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Th.Urribl. deed of ft. "Hebr. vote," a bul which will , to the aatloa (" " UUerMt 10 " U- (aaoHijmdtfiiiituuo THB HASHKEKH. BT JOB 0. W11TTU. Of an th. Orient lands tan riant Of Birreto. with our oirn competing, A .traugest l to Hasheesh plant, And what will follow dd its utlnf . What visions to tha tutor rin, Of Dervlih or of Almeh dances, Of Kblis, or of Paradise, Bt all aglow with Honrl glanoei. fhe Mollah and tha Christian dog Clap tha same pipe beneath their nose. fn lloeuln climb the aynagogue, ThuBabbl shakes hit head at Mom i The Arab by hli desert well, Sits choosing from soma Callph'i daughter!, And hears hia tingle camel's bell Bound welcome to his legal quarters. Xde Koran-reader makes complaint, Of Shltaa dancing on and off it ; Xhe robber offers alma ; the taint Drinks tokaf and blasphemes the prophet. Such scenes that Eastern plant airakeg, Sat we have one ordained to beat It The Hasheesh of the West, that makes Or fools, or knave, of all who eat it. It makes the merchant elate with ware, And other stock in trade, his fellow sinners And factor? lords, with equal care, Begard their spindles and their spinners. - Xhe preacher eats, and straight appears The Bible In a new translation It angels, negro ororteert, ; And Heaven Itself a snug plantation. JVir aeraph tongs ha takes the bark A bay of blood-hounds northward setting j The planter for a patriarch, With servant! of his own begetting. The noisest Democrat, with ease, " It him to Slavery's parish beadle ( The shrewdest statesman eats, and sees Dae southward point the polar neodle ! ' The man of peace, about whose dreams The sweet millennial angels cluster, Tutet the mad weed, and plots and schemes A noisy Cuban nllibuster ! The Judge partakes, and sits ere long Upon hit bench a railing blackguard ; Declares, off hand, that right is wrong, And reads the ten commandments backward I Oh, potent plant i to rare a (kite Bat never Turk or Oenteo gottea j The hempen Hasheesh of the East, Is powerless to our Western Cotton. A preparation of the CiKiuBiS Isdica, or Indian Hemp, under the name of Hashish or Ilaschlsh, is famous through out the Bittern world for its singular narcotic and intoxicat ing qualities, producing an agreeable hallucination or fantasia, and disposing the eater to all kinds of exaggeration and ex travagance, The effect of the cotton plant, mental, mnral, religious and political, upon the people of the United elate, would form a proper subject for a medico-philosophical essay like that of M. Morceau's " Da Hiiscuijch et de I' Alienation Mectate." "Cotton !" said a distinguished speaker In Congress, some years ago, Cotton 1 one would thiuk, from the manner in which gentlemen speak of ootton, that all their conceptions of good were in that one word, cotton ; that the destinies of this great nation were bouud up in cotton , that the thread of -oir fate, whioh the Para are spinuiug for us, is of cotton." Speech of the Hon. ft. li. Winthr p National Bra. Not long since, an Eastern man. while on bis way to Boston, was stopped on the high way by a robber, and requested to hand over hii money, or have his bruins blown out. 6,' said tho traveler, quietly, 'blow away blow away ! it's better to go to Boston without brains than without money.' . A great many come without either, but manage to get along better than thoso who have both by having plenty of brass ' Look there !' exclaimed a returned Irish soldier, to a gazing crowd, as he exhibited with some pride his tall hat with a Imllet- Kolo ia, it- - loo!t at that nolo, will y e ? You see that if it hat been a low hat, I should have been killed outright.' A Dutchman, in discribing a span of horses which ho had lost, said : ' Duy vas very mooch alike, 'specially de off one. One looks no mooch like both I could not tell todder from whioh, when I went after de one I always cotched de oder, an' I whipped de one most dead 'ki.se de oder kicked at mo,' A Farmer going to get his grist ground at a mill, borrowed a bag of one ot his neigh bors. The poor man was knocked under the water-wheel, and the bag with him. He waa drowned ; and wheu the melan choly news was brought to his wife, she ex olaimod, 'My gracious! what a fuss there'll be about that bag !' . AktI-Railboads. A sedate old black smith, originally hailing from the "Keystone State," but who had long made his residence among the tabernacles of the Buckeyes, was expatiating to an admiring auditory on tho Pennsylvania anti- rail road policy, and wound up as follows : 1 Ya-a-s, these railroads are bad things. In my younger days Peuusyiva nians had to travel a-horse-back ten or twen ty days to reach Ohio, and then they 1'arued something on the way; now the rai. roads carry them there in as many hours, and set them down as green as wheu tbey started ! Y-a-a-s, railroads are bad things !' HOW TO DEAL WITH A KENTICKIAN The late celebrated Mr. Clay once told the following anecdote to a friend of ours: Traveling in early manhood, in a public conveyance in a south-eastern State, he found himself in company of three other persons, a lady and gentleman, her husbaud, and of a person muffled up in a cloak, whose counte nance was concealed, and who appeared to be indulging iaLUMltti: with JMorpheua. Suddenly a big, brawney Kentuckian gut into the coach, smoking a oigar.and frowned fierce ly around, as mncn as to say, "I'm half horse half alligator ; the yaller dower of the ' for est, all brimstone but tho head and ears and that's aquafortis," In fact, he looked as sav age as a meat axe, and puffed forth huge vol umes of smoke, without reference to the com pany within, especially the lady, who maui iestd certain timid symtouis of ai.noyuDce. Presently, after some whispering, the gentle man with her, in the politest accents, request ed the stranger not to smoke as it annoyed his companion. The fullow answered, "i reckon I've paid for my place. I'll smoke as much as I darn please,aud ail hell shan't stop me, no how." With that he looked danger ous, and trolled his eyes round as fiercely us a rattlesnake.' " It was evident that he haU no objection to a quarrel, and that, if it occur red, it was likely to lead to a deadly struggle. The young man who had spoken to him slirauk back and was silent. - Clay felt his gallantry arruosed. He considered for a moment wuetn er he should interfere, but experienced a nat ural reluctance to draw upon himself the bru tal - violence of his gigantic adversary. , lu that lawless country, he knew his tiie might be SMtificed "unavenged. Ho; knew hhuseli physically unequal. to the. ooutest, and he thought, after all, . it was not his business to Quixotically to take up another man's quar rel. . Feeling pity for the insulted, and dis gust towards tbe insulter, he determined to ' take no notice; when, very quietly iude4, the cloaked figure in the corner assumed an upright position, and the mantle was suffered to fall from it without effort or excitement, the small but sinewy frame of a man, plain ly dressed in a tightly buttoned frock-coat, with nothing remarkable about his appear ance, was seen, and a pair of bright gray eyes sought the fierce optics of the ferocious Kentuckian. Without a word this "lay fig ure" passed his hand under his collar at the back of his neck, aud slowly and deliberately pulled toith a long, extremely long, and glit tering kniie from its sheath in that singular place. "Stranger," he said, "my name is Colonel James Bowie, well knowu in Arkan sas and Louisiana, and if you don't put that cigar out of the window iu a quarter of a minute I'll put this knife through your bow els, ax sure us death." Clav said he never forgot in after life the expression of tho colo- j nel's eyes at that moment. The predominant impression inude upon hiin was the certainty, of tho threat being fulfilled, and apparently tho same conviction impressed itself ere long! upon the offender. During two or three sec-; ontls his eyes mot those of Bowie. His was , the weaker and he quailed. With s curse he , tore the cigar from between his teeth, and flung it, scowling down-cast out of the win dow. Upon this, Col. James Bowie as delib erately replaced his long knife in its eccentric hiding place, und.without saying a word to any one else or even vouchsafing a glance at any one re-folded his cloak around him, and did not utter another syllable to tho end of the journey. Nite Quit. Ri.vuw from the Rutland County Bo raid. AN AJli.'il aniioiiiiTat. The following rather amusing anecdote may soeiu as a specimen of Indian shrewd ness : In a small town in the western part of Windham County, Conn., about one and a ha'f mile south of the church, a little back from the main road, there resided a lono'y native known by the niime of "Joe Indian," noted for his steady habits, and industry in manufacturing brooms, which he Usua'ly car ried to market every rfaturday and procured his weekly rations. One Saturday evening Joe arrived at his lodgings much later than usual, and being greatly fatigued, soon prostrated his weary limbs on his bed of straw, where he slept soundly until a late hour on Sunday morning. He at length arose, but to find that ho was destitute of fuel to prepare his breakfast, aud was necessitated to chop a few sticks for that purpose. But as M-ltwk would have it, a pi ous Deacon, on his way to church, discovered the unfortunate Joe, in the act of violating the Sabbath. The next Monday, of course,a -complaint was entered to Squire IIMhouso of tho fact; process was according'y instituted, and the unfortunate Native was brought be fore his Honor to answer to an alleged crime of Sabbath breaking. Being interrogated as to the breach ot peace, he candid'y confessed the a"eged fact, but offered in justification a p ea of necessity. The Justice, being a man of benevo ent sensibi'ity, manifested regret that he was bmmd.by his oath of office, to see 1 the 'aw duly emu-ted, but under present cir ' cumstances would act as 'onient as possib'e, and set the fine at the 'ow sum of throe shi! j lings uud tax no cost. ' Woli,' says Joe, 'In ' dian no money.' To which our worthy Mag istrate re,) ied, 'As you appear to have no money, fetch me three brooms and I will pay S your fine.' This proposition was accepted by the convict, vv'io says, 'Md fetch uin brooms two weeks.' True to his word, at the time set, tho brooms wore de'ivered, and a receipt demanded. To this Squire Hil'house demur red, uMii oVuMM-reni ihttt Utt uava.jpvvj3-HltH but enter on record the amount oi mie. and also when paid in full. 'But,' says Joe, I 'that no do for Indian me have written pa per.' ' But,' says the Squire, 'a receipt can be of no use to you ; I never,give one' Joe ho.vever, persisted in his demand by lustra tion : ' Mo die some timo, say me go up to that good p'ace minister te'l me i.bout ; me rap at door ; they ray " Who that come there ?" I say, "Joe Indian." Ho says i "You no come here ; you wicked man, chop wood on Sunday, down t'other wor d.' "0," Joe say. 'I pay Mr. HMhouse for that." Ho say, "where your receipt." Now I go clear down to He to find Mr. Hi; 'house, to j;ci re ceipt, 'fore they let me in,' e. c. How true it is th.it we never got "weaned." When e are babies, we suck our inoilieia; when we don hoots mid dickies, we suck tne "old man," or boss ; when we get a little Old er, and on our own hook, we suck a ;enny pipe filled with ' nifiger-head " tobacco, or the worst cisrars we c.iii find around al half a dime e-.tuh. Pasn'ui- on towards the close of a long and too oiteu llt-iont nti, we sjc:; a , little salvation, and try to suck oid What's his name. A nipple oi' some kind secuns to be essential to most ot us.. Am t it true i SlNUULAKITIKS OF TUU K.NOUSH LaSOUAGE .' Your language,' said a learued foreign philologist, in speaking of English, 'is the most unphiloohphical, and yet the most prnr-ti'-al in the world.' We become familiar with contradictory modes of expression, and do not uoiice them as do children and foreigners. When ws sand the floor wecast sand it; but when we rf the furniture, we remove dust from it. When we pwnt the house, we lay something ; but when we skin the ox, we take something off We dress a child by oi'irlaymg it, and scale a shad by ritnotng that by which it is overlaid. If it be proper to say, 'skin the ox,' why is it not proper to speaa or wtmuina tne sneep, instead or siw tir ing it? What would we think of a farmer who should talk- ct' w ns -y hk noids, or npti, ina his orchard ; or it his wile should speak of fmthrring her geese, or b'aihms her knives, or dirt'ms her clothes? But we do that is which equally ridiculous when we speak of dusting the furniture, skin ning the ox, and scaling the fish, although custom has sanctioned those modes of expres sion, and Noah Webster recorded them in his dictionary; A Do tor as is a Dot'Ton. A' countrv physician was calied upon to visit a young man kirlic.tiul with miidiiIi'TV M f) Itnlnti gazed long aM hard, i'clt his pulse and pocket, looked at his touguo uud his wife, and finally gave vent to the following sublime opinion ;,, i F tliiliL' hri'ii n mini. lAilav ' . ' No.no !' exoiaimed the sorrowing wife, 'do not say that,' .- , ' Yes.' returned Ruins, liftimr nr. Viin rial 1 , -.f -f . and eyes heavenward at the same time. 'Yes, I J . . L . . ... l u'7 say to; mere urn tne nope, not tne loastosr mitt, he's got an attack of nihil fit in his lost .roiiiit , .. ' Where?' cried the startled, wife. ' In his lost frontis, and he can't be cured without some troub;e aud a great " deal of jiains. You see his whole olanefoiy system is deranged ;, fustly.his vox populi is pressen on his advulorem j t,eooiidly, his cuucharpisl cutaneous , has wehed considerably if not more; thirdly, and lastly, his solar ribs are iu a concut-sml slate, he orn't anv n.orioy, , consequently he is Uuiui W ui.' 3 ancultnr al. Taming Houses. In our account of the animal meeting aj the U. S. Ag. Society, al lusion was made to some successful experi ments made at the Maryland State Fair, by Mr. Offutt, of Lexington, Ky., in subduing almost instantly, the most vicious horses. A correspondent having desired further informa tion upon the subject, we addressed a letter to a gentleman in Maryland, who replied as follows : 1 In roplylo your favor of the 11, 1 regret that I am unable to give you any satisfactory information. Mr. Olfutt certainly possesses some wonderful and incomprehensible power over horses, but tho why and wherefore is to me inexplicable, All that I kuow is that he takes the wildest and most unmanageacle an imal and compels him to follow him .like a dog, He also has a theory relative to breed ing and training animals, which he has late ly published in a volume, but he will only sell the work to particular persons, aud theu always with secrecy. He prolesses to be able to tell the disposition and performances of an animal simpiy by his formation, aud also says he can teach any one to breed any particular points or qualities by an infallible rule. Country Otntliman. How to Manaob Spoiled Pork. I have for a long timo !een nunJed about saving my pork, and have tried various plans, but none proved to be no good as the one I now set be fore you. When you go to hung up your meat, if you find .any . of it spoiled, have a poi t twrj etvotig brine, ami keep It boiling hot, then wash the meat as usual and dip it ?..!! .11... i . into me nnnc una let it, remain a'tout a min ute, then take it out and put a little new salt on it, and it will entirely remove tho offensive smell and make it quite as palatable as it ev er was. The remedy is simple ; try it and then you will know. Smithrrn Rrconkr. Cons Meal Pudding JioiM Pour over a quart of corn meal sufficient boiling water to scald it, stirring to mix Add half a tea cupful of sweet cream (or a cup of niilk,)an:l the same of dried cherries, or any other fruit, with a little salt. When milk warm, stir in a cupful of lively yeast cover close and set in a warm place to riso. Wheu light, stir in flour to make the batter quite stiff, and let it rise again. Put it into a pndding has which i has been wrung from water, and its inside dusted with noiiv or meal to keepit from stick ing. Boil from one and a half to two hours. Serve with sweetened cream. Four or five hours are nceesary to prepare this dish. Anothku. Pour over a quart of meal barley sufficient water to scald it. Add a cupful of buttermilk and hall a cup of cream with salt aud salratus, (soda is always better) to sweeten. Add flour till fee batter is mod erately stiff fruit, as before. Boil two hours and serve as above. Mithiuau Faruur. Tub Plow StiPEiiSKPEn. At a recent meet ing ot the 'farmers Club ot tho American Institute, Pro ". Mapes, of New Jersey, intro duced a working model of "Gibb's Ilottry Digging machine," stating at the same time that he (Prof. M.) had worked the first rough machine constructed, aud had come te tho conclusion that it will do more than three times as much work as a plow, and more than three times as well, with the same team. The operation of the machine is described as "like orking over the soil, and will work three "feet wide and fifteen incocs deep with one "pair of oxen, rendering tho land more pui- 'verent than a dozen plowinm. lhe rctiu- tntiou of Pro1-. Mapfta is a sufficient guarantee tnai ne wouiu not so niguiy recommend this new digging machine unless it had the merit he claims lor it. It will be an invaluable ad- dition to our farm tools and implcnienls, and or most purposes will supersede and take the place of the old :iis!iioned plow. The im provements nuw in the course of introduction into agriculture, murt with the consequent cheapening of the cost of production, mate rially reduce the prices of all kinds of pro visions. Ci'iie oii Mclon Buns. Dr. Hull.of New jTrg'i, raise I a large crop of melons by a .ii'a -ess thu-. sl.ji;-.i ;ii tite II.-1 intturUti " U..g-; wet -iir.i ..ce y expelled by water- ing i:ie jufinrn j ; j .uta u strong decoction or ir.ips'ii, iu.iuo ty pouring four gallons ol boiling v;uur on ibtu oundy of qu.i.ssin. iu a biuroi, ami, after t.ve vu Iiourn, filiitig the bun-el willi Wcitur. Tiie intolerable squash or puniitkii; !m.; was thomnglily driven oil by a decoction oi' dcnible -.slicngtb. couUtining a pound of gliw to ion pillions, to make it ad hurc. Tim result vs'aa a product of sisteou hundred superb melon.-, ou less than one-sixth of :u i acre of srounJ " NKW CLoTiilXO STOKE. At the Head of State street. rlHE illiMilivr would inlorin tlx- cllizi-ns of Monlp I her, mid ih viciiiti.v . tiiai thrjr tiavv us'cia'rd Ho in Mttvim tosflhei tindfi tin-lirtii of FR1INCH & SCRIBNFR, Where lliey iiitcm: tf !iplj thu wants uf the coiiimmiity ui tlia linn ol' II:. vii.sr ini rttHrind from maikd wnhalaifBius-rinifn I'loll'iiu, ml4it.d Iff MKiN'l AND MoY'f tVKAR w Inch in sddiiiou to mi former slock, iirakcn our assort uifiii vrr rfnairahla, nnd n wo .Id Invite ne mid all in wit nt ol I 'lotliins lu call and 3 . tlie One Look ot Onr, in we chaijH unfiling for showlngoiirGnods. Our motto la .steady Pay and SraaU Prctiiti.'' Mm my he found a ureal assortment of West India Goods aud Groceries, nicvi FtllNI'il ,. . B. KChlMNKR, Ja: lu-r. Fell. 92il, 1854. jU RMmwi-d at tlio v PEOP-LU'S STORE. tinv" r. t.in.i.il frcrn N.w V..rk und Bo.tm wlilia lar.i B.siiTlm, nt Spring OiiiiiIs. Styles BXeaiiiif'til. rice Low. all nrs luriiMl w rail ..nd ci ,mmi ur ' DE LAINKS I1ISUHAMS. PK1JITS. COTTONS, BICti -ILKS, p PUNK, 1)8 BCllUKS, KEADV MIR CI."THINg, ? biikf. and stocks, carpetinus, papk Hanoi, smrdr ninqs and curtains bat state felting and backings', SATCtlClS TltAtr.LINS BA&S UMBRELLAS, ,; tIOARS, TEAS C0FPEE. KPlCSS- ALL KINDS. LADIES MISSES CHILDREN'S SHOES & QAITERS. MiihI,.-H,e ,ra,..,t msniunnllt -viT ntf'Ted In tuKrn, and oil l .41(1,1 win, and will bi. suld fur Cah ui short aM'"Vi-. cndlt. win in mm all that want (nod funds al fair prices, "'-Hut iiraluAil r.'rthi. very Lirve iiiunningc we liavv rit eolvnd, -II anilCdVtir tunwrit a cniitinimncri-f thu saiii. Ptouk i Store, opiiotite Brick I'hurch M.ntKlwr. April 4, 18i4. LYMAN it KINO. HAH.) U AUK. K IMVK rormvd Ltaoa AuoaTManT f Hard Wsii, r.tnitiiigiif , HOUSt. TR MSIINO-, .' ' J ' - mechanics' tools, ,! mill and cross cot saws, C Rl'ULtR SAS, p BRASS KETTLES,, ,,. files.- cuTLrsr, etc. , Which w k ill dl at Iu and fair prices. : ; , SiOTT FIEliO .Huiitiwliar, April 18, InM. - ; tV. I. C-io nnd tf roce rie. v in: of V. -I dia O.rfl !. tnfl Uriicrtrie- r. i-i.lv. S .1. , l FU.ivtlHi.'KIi.NCt. ateutpslM, ala tl.la. HATS km SAPS SPRING & SUMMER FASHIONS frO It 14. afjilwr4- CEO. L. 'RiatiMAK, MOW BATTER, STATE STBEKT. M"NTPBLIE8, VT. Time nf Vnohi.m i d Saturday of August UOIKir. i isl (lo. Biases! 1H. VF. Jnt rrmrnril fn in Hie different markets with a lar.i UMimnent of MATS CAP; I PHiRTS. nOr0l8, SI'di'K. CRAVATS. l'f ILI.AKH, SUsPLNIlkiiH 4itKF, CMOUI.DBB BRACES, rthl, l.l.'IH I nttull I I UVSKELI.A, GLOVE-, ( TIMVr.UNO BAGS, Simnil'T NK' K MDKKS. SUM M Kit II VTJ nf all piK KHT IIHKP . I inda, fee., Ice. Which I bu jhi f,,r rash and will nut he iinders'.hl by nny n In nr nut "flown. 'I hi'e I i wunt ! any ol'lhe ab-v Omolx u ill d.i w-ll in cull before hnvirig elsewhere, u tlu-y cn i shV! from Av in tn avr cent, by sr. dnina. GiiO. I. KINSMAN. Miintwlirr, April fi, 1854. ilA SPRIXfi JVST RFCEIVfcil B Y 11 8. LOOMIS, At the Old r-lnnd of Loomls V Kellh. I.AKOB nnd vvill a. l.clfd iivsurtinenl of NEW BUODS, Xew SjJt lrc Silks! And uiuny new kinds of mm, SHAWLS In tvt-ry vnrtPiy , kc. Stc At", tonve ndtied to our ?UkH tltitf Spring n rnui;li-(c ansuitmenf "t Nhocs for Ladies, Mitido m! riii!drenM wear warrantad lu be wHI made, nml if thu hcit RiHicriiiK ul low nctn. Main Hired, A,il, .d."4. 17 PilVNEO&CO. HatrtlBTERS AUD JOSHKIIB OV IvlILIiIlvBRY GOODS, llavinj; removed to their New Sture, Wo 76 Chambers Street, (Firt dnor west of Krimilwny,) ,T ILL sitji c.iiirtitntly t n liund a ! g- nnd complete its sorltlOMil of Kilka, Ktbhona. Crapes. Velvets, Flowera, Vcaihein and Latis. Ai d older Good it, Hn-ir line, ol tlie liitefl and ment fn)i l 'inb'0 4 iylK. wiicll lliey olf- r to nuichasers on the most f ivoribl lenity - tr;H.eei.il cire tfiv,mto fiilli;g urders.jf New York, aliijr 1, IS54. 20mli I'ltfUIIW ''jKngsmk. i K S or hae Voui I'oetulore oi' 8. W. AUW11 &C0. YOH wdl heuf anf get giAf. at low prirea, ai aiC,,v-J't'ob iuti'4ifa lor tftir nwo Their rii'tT".. ftitvintifie" are not excel led. i an fet iofl. at low prrrea, and h ve n ei(ijni. Kiev are tl. by 'Hij esn. ihmeiii in New I'lnland, nid I dtterillllh d not tn be tai. Sofas, Bi:n us, .Muhoe ny and fton-tinn TaLte., WnU Htaudf. T'lHet, iiiki, t'hairi ot every variety, VVooden ind WiiiMv v .ut. ailniHui'", rVuhi'ra. lokti(,r GIus-'ph, ' eninprlaiiie ll the n-w 4til tiixlH oinlde-ivluri of P trior, Cltuoilntr, Halls und Kilrhen Kiirrntirre. nrner oUVIuin jtii. Itarre treet opp.Bti Hie old Sbeo ard T;v ni, 'ioiili'iei . r-ron'iit. iiiOA' FOUNDRY, -an JL6 'o and machne:.y, ;r.i mjiirfto it pidi r, on li.r ticllce. H U'IIXi.,iTi,,tv.S8AtV AUBOHc, VIU. lltON k Iron All. a. ri. 'nek rirt.'vr-s, WATLtt MlvKI. K'u KBTf no iii.i.ut.i' Aid 11 PtATr.i. KfH t i"V'l . iii(inH. ion -uxh aud Frame for Sky l.itjiiia, iroti ueutii I'lugix, dLc. Kl Ali '.ri!er iioi!i'il;. ;il( nj.-d to, hy .TOH.VC. PADDUCKL, Bioulpeller, Vt. Knpl. I, II i!7 AT h vairiot EuUflfsg, State Street U;" H K, E niiiy he foill.d :it all tim'-s a lare ant! sdrt hiorlt ol .oiiiie uud F.inry tTATIO.U V, (lift una J-'Vi nik nooK- ut roilu nl nncps, STANDARD WORKS, Mirtcfllinr-otii Koki hh noun a outiiifthtd , Clieni Pulili cation ; it liirty Kn.itiu.fiit nt LAW ! Hiiti fully executed on Ann linen paper; Blank Booki Muynnrd dc Ni-ti'i' Ink, uniiine mid Indrlliult d ; ri HucDkR. hirtfolioa, p'criip Knokx, AlbuiiH, Friendship ("Urdu, l lii'SN Un, Buck hiii iinn lien-dn. tc. Ulc. Ani. n Irtrtiu niuirtmeui if unite nab for Crayon and Peucll Drawing. Ity lxift-Hn armricfoien'H with Ihs city, all artlrtes fn the Hook and HutH'iicry line will ut iuptlitrd at khrt no, tico. l'luin and Fiircn JOB PRINTING, in all it brtinctmi otiuly md pn.mi.tly exrnl-i. C. 0. EASTMAN. M..nt-licr, M,irC(i a8, 1854. 14 GEO. J. WEKB & CO'S PlAiNO-PORTEWAUKROOMS ChambtrSf No. 3 Winter Strrtt , RONTON. .1 1 thU EhIrIiI Aliment mil) lie found an eK-gant aad ex il It-naive uxsoriuient of v PI V.O-FOIiTKS, .1) hII iirir h riM,t'd (i)iuittoanv In the A inn let Mnr l).irtibility,rfr mtd fioitih. None ot . era will bekt-pt. li)4i, hii anoitm iu f Melodeons and Guitars. Mr. Wehh's liiti experlrnci. in the Profession nf Mmfc, ennbles ns to asurf thof. person, rslrlini: at a dir-tunce, wloimny Anil it inci nrentont to vl.it llosoin for the pnr (rose of s. lectins an inlriinier.t, thill tiny shall be as weH Kervrl ny letta, (naming the iriee of tlie Instrument do ilred) n. hy per..oiiul ex-nninniion i nnd iho.e w-bn may fnvor ns wild Hielr orders, can Implicitly rely noon Mr. WebfcV best jmlgment In their favor. Any luslrninent or dered.can ue.xrhangxd, il il dnc not suit. For sale at Manufacturers' Prices.' Afcnls fn. .itliie Newton Hmdbliry'B Pinnn., New York i llHllf.it. ifuvi. t.o's Untnd and qllar. Pinuos, Boston ; Gocdmnn at Buldwin's Melndeons, ate. GU I. J. WKHU CO. ' W-on. Mi l. IBM. ' 7ni DEPOT STORE. 'MHB PLArti.. (j(,d cbenp nnd save ill. tnickiiij .1 bills buy of tiie .uhscnbi'i wno hasu lenuial assnri. meat, ciisistii,a Mn f ih. following, Ii : . SS Tons N. 8 Plaiter, 600 Bbls. tii li-eieil Klona Lime, : I0O Bum Flour, II) Hns, While Fih and Mackinau Trout, , " .lrooa I'raul. 10 " Mackerel and nail Pork, . 60 Quinui. l-od Fish. . 10(1 Hu. T. I. Halt, (very nice.) Mribaccc, Taalliilrti, (iugra, Bytup. Molasses Mill., 'onlecilonary, c, to. rash custi mer. w ill not go away empty If low price, are hat i hey wni, (J. I FULLBR. , MuBlpelier, Marcb 10th, 164. 13 H. U. RIKFR, DRAPER AND TAILOR, nAfijHalrMurnfMl frrrm New Vnrk with a gueda.sort m.nt of HHOAJDG1VUTHS, Oassimeres and Vestings, wblev ha will make up In the luteal atyle and beat ma. he will make up la the latent style and beat mi Qarmeut.e... for nl her, to m k. UD.ahd warvsn.. rrantHd Collars m n. neeni... i aiior.' Measure., Biuri Hosom.. t audrteott'. RepurtsufMew Votk Fashion, for sale May 6, ltm. it . jat 1 Highly Imporiant Anioancunient! . To the alfflACied Everywhere, Dr. A. L. ADA MS' LI V LR BALSAM Cornea Greeting I ' .... Dlt. A. L ADAMH' iibw thwy .f ii wtnnK the inquiry tn th mi ml a l all who rend il! Mw m tl Itmi inHrictHH hv Iwen u I.nir nrt MmwiWf immur ed in darkuesA mid guurance Hie nuhject of diett OR A. L. ADAMS LIVER BALSAM, The irrmt P inacra nf Dixwise I afferrd ta Ihn ufflicld eflt.eHtiUe and Territuriea fur Uw enlirociire of CompUimein All nt-ito, itilioua and Utiruitic Lung Fttver, llnip-ic .1 Affui litmn,t;oiili-( Oonu nipt ion, Ambirtn.Jann dice, Howrl tJo.opIti ni, rimrrbei, Uyfciilery, KIimiim lin, Filta, -crofula, Hah Rheum. Iyxppi:t, Weneral U. bit iiv , Nt-rviHitiiesd, Cutivuefl. IndiifeBtfdii, Feinule Cum piainffi.tfee. Dr. A U Admox1 Liver Hnlifttn now lu-tuhis Hie hign reputalion el nnv remedy bvfure lhe public, and hriapwv ri in die moid ikcLRica., buy nil a ahailuw uf duuut. .bat it i the ONLY RELIABLE MKplCINK EVKR DISCOVKRKD ! (being purely TccHabli-) for tlm permfineiil cure trf the ubnve Aidem. The Mit i-keplicnl have Iwcome it niop-t sanguine votaries, arid prouuunce ibu L( er Uulxam to bf. tlii OMI RKLIABR HARBINGER OF IIKALTU TO THE AVFLICTEB EVERYWHERE. Trstimoniuls t.rae up from ev( ry track it has made wollen with expreMi ne of truliiude for the retlvf re Cfived by itx line And In uliiniitins tliio, the LitmkBil " am la rec'iinim mlentn Hioe iit!rriti undtr trie 1R N ORASP nf lh M -NTER HHEArfE. and at nce pr cure une buttle f Dr A. L. Adutnt Liver Hihain. The rcaiicr'n attention Id fnlled to lhe (M-rual nl the Alitiiicfil ' innlar, which ran b.i nhiuiiifd tf every Agetit throughout the Untied Hint-, ifivlnjj acli-.tr epitome tit i he cmi-eitii1 cure ff dt-eaxe : nlrfn, of ceruflrritf Irxmthime who iivc tff-ltl lie unpantli IM fcuiidciiuy over Hie uia eaneri ti which we are all yiihj ct. A. (3 iScctt, (it-ntral wl-f li r;ile Afrcnt for Dr. A. I. A!iinv' Liver Bnlntni fur the Maif of Vermont, iu whom nil or. lent intti he ad lreed to receive prompt atteniluii. J!y I A. ii HllOTT, Montpelicr, Vt.,Ueneral rtgr-nt. To rrier & Vool-CJroWer UNK hniolred per cunt can be made by every Unlit. dual engnd in reiiriiiR sheep m.-re th.ni heretofore, by ihe tiie of Dimick'k I'oHri'UHD (Ml ob .h tar i UitXt ao. This n iirtclt thru lia calii d I'urtti much labor and xtudy mid hiu bi'ttti well totted lr-1 ore tifiitf offV-red to the public Siuh an ariicit h ot long been ned d. It in mm (("fed of ilMii"-n diiTer'ii iogreiliLMiH, bad d on Ciiemicat aflinity Rrdeomsiiiiitirili ... ., The h-1 eAi f r m tin uae nr( as follows S Nt. 1 he H ere U In ni 1-3 U I IK henvtcr per heud ; na it iv of that nut'ire t - inviKortite lh ciiuaing a more rapid ginwlli of wool and as a mw preveiilu'ive from tho wool li-Tftiuiiiff h!irnlt ntitl dry ; which is often the caae wiili fine wd ). 2nu. Il d-Hir j - Uic Tlrk nnd Vermin rhat Infest theep; kncniiig Flie frmo aiineying iht m. 3d, Apply d imrmili ii. ly tiltc-r lii::trin(r, it prevrnin the Sun fiom burning or ftf itlditig Hie ainiiuil ; n tliotisnnrit of fheep are 'itjntcrt from thia and a good growth t vtA ri:t-irdcd 4tii. Jt protect- (Ihmii from iiorma a it ii ol such- a na-litr- that Htorio will not poiietrale the fleece. ."nil. It imi M'tre cure for the Hcab, and ail infrctiooa Akm isiM-aee of the Hheep. Here, then. the Brent de eitlermiim of lhe Farmer ent:;. grid in .heep and Wool growing which wilt pay him a hundred fold. TESTJUMVUL-'. Thin U to certify that I have nai'd " Dimit-k'aCoinponni) til" and I nni fiiil-fi' d fmm my own ezpi licnee, tlmt It la alt the Proprietor rc-ci mmend it to be. It is the great de piiienttutii ol Hie Farmer In ruii-ing sl eep and growing tvnol. CL JOHN HliBWtU, Hept. 15, I6Tj3. Ptiperiur, Vii?)Ufiimv (Jo. Mich. 1 have moid" Dim ck's Compound oil" thia eaf)i' on a flock f a deep, and can say thai Ihd renult liatt hern to the Inytie't iitinfnclioiif mid taut 1 never t-aw finer alieepor holier lieecea ih;nt at at piccenl, and that Hie t'oriiponnd Oil it iuvHltmble jo the wo giower. L. KIM M1U frpt. 15, ltt&3. ISupenor, Wa hten iw to. Midi. Tiiii article will he fiirninhed with or without color at Two iVIl us pi r (iallon, cwie gallon will coat from fifty to fiiti 'sheen. Ah tlieMibi.criber cau onlv fuminh a limited amount of ordcit the pren.-nl Hprtnu, those wanting fhoulcU order at an early duy lu lie nccoiiind ited. niicotnmiiciiati nnor enquiries ana ornern, nirrcien 10 Jacob Huitt, Monlpelier, Vl., will be prwmpily attended to The tiil in put no in jug kejfoi buret and furwardod with din etinna lor ue in nil p:rte woere ordered. lUnntpiJier, April 3, 18:14. JAX).l dCMTT, AgL T. IE AMERICAN'S FRIEND ! ! eiOLUHY AY PILL. TO THB t'lMZISi Or THK UNITED TATSHi I RIO ( immtty nnd ntctrily Hi. ink von tor the initncitKe t-, loimue whi h yon linve hrititwrd upon my fiilf. 1 uke Hii o.ortuni.y i-f iiiiiiii(r th:it my AocrahtM were nil Ainerimn t,'MtZi nn. ami tout I tntrrtmn fur all Mint con ccrni A iut ru-a and the Aim-rh nns. itie min-t lively gym i:itlTii'i, mu uitu h urt )lmi 1 uritti'iiilly Cntn)nundtd tlit-sf PilU exirfrit to Hint ymir rlninite, huhi j. contitutiunn, and manner of living ifitiMdiiie to j.-Uitilisli myself tuiiitg y-n .vlticli ( liavc in w dour, bv fnktriK prrini-eB In Ntw Vurk. THOAIAH HOI.LOWAY, 38 Cor iw nf Ann and Nnnu K I reel, N. V' Pur'jk.ition of iht Wood, and Lmr pxd Bilious The Crtizena ofihm l'niin m.lief mneli from KanrdHn f thn Liver and Hti mm Ii, scarcely nny are Irre fr-'in the in d'teiice ff ht'4t deKiui t've maladix. henre lite Wtnra U'L Tlie fair tex, (ir-iliiipif itin mml liiindHcme in iliv Wdiltl, itji to a c-rtaifi peritst whfn, dintn nf to ay, 0 iii. loipe Hielr it-eili nnd bo"iI t.nkn rvhue yet in the heydty uf hfr, anvh uh4 eviU may be iffi-ctiiAlly t-me died j ciiiilMinalty Uvintm (hi- hltod onre, nn' li'e btvi-l add liluiiii.rh in a kenlihv art mil, when lite will (In ainooth ly and rt'frmMe itUni in it -runicrii hi rliuie, where un P'crmtl i(r iuy tiiM lira tit reisu r it rejuud lhe p-tstr v.ituin f hr liMinan ttanie, nnd I lie dnriVkii' nl lile, mucb u.h be elticlfd, nni I any Ivu.lc-aiy, lhat helili Htid lifa cun be ornlitoc-d for many ymr l.tjoiM ihiir ordinii-y hmitH, If liollow)iv,i Pills am i.i!;en t" (uniy the liod Hcn-nnnp to the rnlr I tld dnwii for hullh cotmiiivd in ih' iliru'liitiitj which -ifxnmimiiy eucli hnx. Jl Lust of It'rakntM tittd Ihhihty of Ten Yenrs Standing, Cured by HuLoways POI. Copyifa Lel'ri tri m ru-n. junn Jolitin. n , stor Ho:;e, New Vi rk dated J utu, r ;.ih, 1854. To Paurt.-nua HoLiwwAr, lift, f 'ritn. l At n uud Nonr-ati eiifti- V ; ir. It n ith iiu ni st ItPiitltVIt i!.-h-ure 1 li:ive toiiilorm yon tlt 1 h iv b- t n nit red Ut liwa in si, id i.t iinili h uikini your fiiie F.r 'lie lHinnyiUi8. 1 aiifl r-d fn.iii u itr:iiigfiu n n lliy t.ivei and Stuinutli. and wh i educed o aucii an exfrniuny tn;tt nveiiimy lp, never eir-cting tn g.t tosci tin imre, utr I iiad ined every remedy that whh renmunenrfed to mc, but all to no purpufiu -, iinil hud given niyytil up lo dij.tir, when 1 vvai hi Mc-t recnmmend'.-d tt.tnke your Ki!M AlU-i using them fi.rtiiree dh'i.hh, the refult i that I am nuw In better liiraliii tlmn I h.ive been f -r fleTtii yifn mpI, nnd indred qn we'll .i. Hver I w.u in my life. You aie quite at liberty l: iu;tkt';tl.t kiiov.ii f ir ih benefit of otiitfrs. t rem;iiti, airours1 lenpectf'dly, (Sgne. JOIJM JOHNHOV. Tlieio oeUhiaU'il I'iIIm are w.mderfull) ertii:acitiu in t'te following Jonidainu. Ague. uryiiiieina Ketenl Ion of Urine Afthma, Foiiiiile Irregti ari tkrotuta.or Kina Bilious Complaint liea Kvil tiltitciie on the Fever of ull kinda Htune nnd Gravel akin ti'uit ec-imlary tfymp- Bowel Oofnpliiliit Head ache turns Centfiipation ulihe ludiKet-lioa venereal alfertiuiti" Kowelti Jauudiro Woroittofall kinJi Debility Liver Complainlf VVeHkneoa, fr-m Dmpgy l'ilt!i w liati'Ver cause. Holdattho Establtuhment of Piofetmor Hli.owat. 38 Cornnei of Anu and Naiicau htreetti, New York ; aim by all respectable fJmggiats and DrahT in Medicin.'tf Itirough out the United tStHli ,in Hoxra, al .17 I 2 cent 87 c nl-, ami $1,50 cento each To t had V ifdeaale fthe priiici- f.il Urug Holmes In the Union. Fornwle in Mnnlpelier by KKD K. ri.'.iiril. Tbere if a ci.nsiderable saving ly taktngtlie larger aizaa N. It. .irniH)ii! for the guidance if Patients in every disorder are affixed toaacbUux. allcoply DEVINES COMPOUND PITCH LOZENGE, Illuirly and faitnfully used, with his Stringent Planter, wll relieve and cure 1. Cold. I 4. Pain In aide & Back, X. Coughs, I ft. Habitual Coetivenesa, 3. Aatlima 4 Whooping cough And if lungs enough are left to dkkUiiii lile, Oii?isumition. Far Asthma t Head Thl I HrntrjriKLD, October 10 1851. Ma I'KTdHt Dear fir : .N'o$e wlmhas nut felt thrm wlven, or stood over thrlr friends, affile ed with the AmIi uia ejin tunwivr f ita dmreiMtg rffneta. It baa been my lot to wiine it for yrnra lu my mm Iter. We hxvp tried f.r her every remedy which cuineioour notice, but tono lasting bouefit, until we tried your Lozewtejlace whirh ihe has been wholly fiee from ila much druudt-d and painful return. Money bears no comiiariano to the comfort of bemth she la nuw enjoying, and laiigimgn fails tn ei if reus our gMlttudKtu you for sending (he medieine lo us. We ran but l.o,m that it will reach evry one afflicted witi the like diaeane. Gratefully, i remain oms, DANIEL HITCHCOCK. 8. P. RfdfiVrf, Hmith it Pierce Agent. Montpeher ; p K Smith. N. -ru.fi- Id. .- . . , Important to 1 oun; itlcn ! Bowman's 30 rr.ady ways to make money. iOtTUK for mla upward, of thirty different Hec lit, many of wiiicli liuvti been .oiil ilio past year tor flv. dollars a piece, and the. whole comiriiit..r many riiffWrtit way to make moH.y. In the sal. of un. id these a.licln alone I hare anon yiuing m a the pnsi yeurio rank fioiu flv. to twelve dollar, per day t and in tin manutae true aud uleof any une in tlra article., no young ima of eneray snd ability oan fail lu make money. . Addraes. B. liOWMAN, Boston, enclo.in on- dollar, and Ih. wliol. nuinberur Receipt, will Im forwarrd ed by auil. Na letter taken from lb. oliice unl&a preuail E. DAVIS, M-HtrAcTuaaa or WINDSOK & SOAPS. Na. 313 Main Street, Cambridge port, 3Iaaa.. HA4S ft.r aale a great varieti, cttmoaiing in Dirt .if Old Brown and W hue Windsor roap ; Kauoiiareem Dan ttfrica i Koaeand Almond 8havfi g Creams j Ambrient. keaan, Military, Ciuuaellrt, and Hoary Shaving guana! FOR THB TOILET, Hoftejr Bonaa: R,. Cometlc, Floating, AmhmainL Orange Flower, Palm, Muk, Oiygenated.and Traaapa reiitbuape.j: - mnu7acttial aM ttH"urpa"e r domestic r-' fii ii CO'HJtnpoMen. ef Vb,y .nd Fancy Good. No. 31 WavbiHstiiB ran iaii 1 marab and CALuSmB? KCWikk?? hii7 Importers and Johbi-r of Hard W.re, Cutl.-r . Qamt fce N.. 44 Pearl at,, Boelon, Mm. mT9tVW f' c , April 10, ilii, 17ml mm iwmwii m WOKTIIY OF NOTICE. M'HIKTV YEAKt uf unprecedeated J populariry and saleofthe Vegetable Pulmonary Hal nam baa rat if act only piuved ii to be tl:e iol reliable remedy for cooghv, Gold". coiiKuioptiou, ano all iiit-aM t- t tbr Inner, throat and chent 1. X.t.f 1. S asfT 1 llM Bllh.tla la.luH lire plea -lire to aiibn.il the following SsHja convlntiug evi'encr i nUU: 1 IPI, lOWi Gbki i.KMEa ; We. the nndeisiiurd. W'h.eHle Urueainte. having fr miiny yearaaold your eee table rolmmiary B;ilnam. are happy lo hear teiiimony toil!1 great efiitacy in the relief nnd cure of Pulmonary cuipbtH'ta- VV know of no medicine w hich hn deservedly .intoned binli a tepiitation lor &o loi g a term of yeara, or whtjn more ran ly dmapoihl the reaaoa able exirectation of ll-'ae who use it. Brewer, tUevena. dishing, Boston. Matu B. A. Fuh nealock. Hull at To.. Mew Yi rk Ghy Allen fc Co , Citt siwetuhl. Drnieli'ts ami Apothecaries in Ih. United elates and British Aiio nra. Certlflt ate of Ode Peek, Esq. lisaac. Verinoiil F. b.'JlKt, 1H44. It is now nboiii tweniy vrars iiice I ttrrt ueil the Veg. elahle Pii'oioimry Bnlsnmii. hi) family. Ulnci-Hint time it has been my pmcilcn to keeps iippi of the .irlic'e l.y me for the use nl my family. hkn is larre. and o. lhe b. n elitof mv friend", I have iiiiifninily found it lo he a very vnlnalile efficacious medicine: Mid thiuk Ihnl by using il seasnniihly lor the complaint, for whie h II is n conimead ed, II hi. often prevented the disease from lkin a no re serious form. Inone lindane I r.comiiu ndc d it t.. my brother, who reside. iuae ft 'le - t New York, who w dana.rnuslv ill with n eomplni' I of the lun j he h. since writti n to me for more, havmi loiind iivinini wnicnenv. him so much relief OTIS l'E K lu connection with our old 5(1 cent article now put up. tl size. In Inrte square liultlsi with rich ennmeled blue wrnppers, pill directions, nnd fuc similv of Wm. Joo'n (uilei, enntnlnin nearly lour : lines I he quantity of Ih smsller.lxe. a. yy- Beware of Counterfeits and mutational such ns Cartk-'i I'msroUNn I'ui.Mons.r Hai.sam, nnd all itlirs in nart bennm Ihu nnme. Miruin: lor the article hy its whole name, 'Vegetable Pulmonary Balaam," and see that II has the f c simile ol' Wa. ion's CuTLia upon the otttMile wrapper, ti.-nh lioiliennd seal Isstamp ed " Vegetable Piilmonnry Hnisnm." rri-pnieil hv itr.Kif. i u i i.r.it & vj.j., importer, enn Wholesale Isealers in Mbdici.b". P its. Cmchical. and Aru's n:MUilia tree!. Boston, nnd sold hy HrUff aisle, Apolhecnrles and Country mercli.nl. .ewe. .My. For iiariicolnr. and recommeedalioii. w. a pt DtBhei ne comvaiiyiiiK eneh Imtlle. Price, larRd Rise, U U; small lz3Ucenis. Bum in Monipeiiar oy cm. i n & rie.ittb Genital Dtbihty. m"emV8 Diseases. Irritability rhysichf Lwwlnat ana Urticral rroxtra tiont Impottncy fnconiimnry, A'ocfur md Emissions. $v. fyc, piVETlYftirm of these painfulnnd paralysing d foes. dps. Ii either partial nr complete, no difTerr'nc how cnmpli rated or how li'tts ftaiiditic eradirnted hy thai celchrHltd remedy, Or. Koss' Elixir tt InrloraUnff Cor dial, w hit h is a vegetable t xtratt.. an nilen-Ht icinedy, prr-pmed and recommentted for the e rildeases alono. More .ban Tan Thouiaind Pebh-bi have been restored to health hy the use of this re inedy and the influence of these hits created a demand f.r thi.t vuluitble tti-diclne unprece cn-tr-d, 1'lieje are yet thoiiiandi who futlVr, ud should re port to il at once, It they wish to be speedily and perma nently cured, uud h;ive the disease and its cause removed troin i lie syptem. Thirty yenr- alliicted fmm Genii .1 Debility, Nervoiiarie.il, scarcely able to walk a step for ffventten Yeiirii ! This wii the cne with Mr. L. Hills, who ctrtifiee thai this inediciue has given him the use of Ins limbs and re ji tired dim to health. A I, ADV. Eighteen ; esrs dreadful sulTeiing fnim Nervous Prnstra lion. The mont eminent physiuiinmliad given up all hopes f er recoyrry she had ht-t-ome HBLVLIII A SD KUACIATED PSOM VLt'V A FBtTB, BABfl HESS. This was the c; e of Sirs. HituVhl, who hns b thi rmitdy been restored to pejfect lie-ilili, nnd horcertirlei le is endorsed by Trof DunhHtu, M. 0. and two eminent i-lergyiiteii. N( HOPES Uf RECOVERY. Conciliation of Pliyxicionn Held Decision : " No llipe of recovery " Prnftsnor Unas, one of the conifulling phy icitiiis, writes that Ibis was the rune with a member o Danville College, Ky., from ii dulging in a ce lain si crct habit, when thr pa ient had sunk so Itiw that all gave him uptodi . They tintillv procured and aoiiiini.iered this aumpoiind, nnd, to theli inter a?tonnumenl, six bottles restor d him to hen l( It : and when he had used it hot a iw days, he resumed his dntioti in cllrge, though he had not wuiked a teu bH'ore fur six months. Prof. Rosx sava that during twenty ftve years' practice, tie baa never bo tore wiuier-erri such n rt-markable euro. tmrsiCAL LASStTODa TWBNTV VlVB VBABS. raw whoit RTVmratn( nhatttd from Hit M.tenue Every other remtdv he could orucuie. and the treat ment of the nioft euiineni p eicians, nil laded to dh any g od. This wan CaptHin J H i "arver, known to ihousunds. He writes Hint he ha ei.fnei the tree ukvo his mimLaud hns been entirely reel or ed by u-ung this remedy twklvi t a An or oihsbal eaonKATioff dromical. Enlurgements and tSwelliuitt all dnaiuenr d. ntd Se is entirely restored. Thia Is the case ot J. 8. Freleieh, aie ney broker, rit. Umls. TElt TSABS OV NERVOUS AFFECTIONS NtUliLflU. ITC . Hcnracely nble lo turn in bed for three veair. 'I his Im tha ee of Mr. P Price, Merchant. Sitw Orleans He writes J that this compound hd restored him effectually. ' We might till this entire paper with U.e abort history of j 1,-tnrij tuicu wniiiniiic ihmi trw moiiins, as iio letters . fmui agents from every part of the United Htates, where I tn in vuiii'iuuiiu iinf uren inirouoreu, neioiiing tne Bloat Wonderful Cures ever recorded in favor ul uuy remciiy. Vast numbers e cert i fi tiites and letters, heniiie" the alrove, are l ow iiub- liHhed for the iiiluruiritioii ui thow alio areutrlicled. These ; are not only In and around the city of Saw Vork and Phil ! arifhmiu, butt-very important city undtowu in tlie ion : I they dt-iait rait-fof every form and stage iu this painful und pnmlyieing difeitsc, W. rt. VVhiir, VI. 0 , an ' ininent phvicifttiof the city nf 81. LmmU, write that he litis wi' in used mnchol it eflVern. and wlule ii is wife and alwuys -roiio-ted goiieral health, he a ys he lliidx it iidtiptt-d to every form of lhe disease, and holds il to be the duty of phyJcinni. wltt n convinced uf the superiority of Mich a rented v over all others, at least for the sake of Immunity to pre nciibe it. And ao with hundreds of oUiei throughout lhe Union. We Imve m;in mterriini casts on record which this gseat Muedy h;iM cun-d, and urn pn-parerl i give the moat s;iiislii. t.iry refert nee, in regard to iLn Hi acy fr m c li Kens of thli and every iinrcatunlcit), aud reader. titly ask thttae who are atnicted lo cffll or send und get tt cirrulur and mud the oveiwht-lmiitg ev d nee. No one is nr ed to buy (his medicine timber than they may fell the obliga lion Htoii tnemclei the matter rests with them alone ; i ttiry desire to be 'enort-d to their fitmikir, their fr-end and focitiy, and enjoy perfect health. lhy should look It. tt in time. We place the reii.eO) be I (.re them, with a t hemic evidence, such as aceoinpaniefc no other remedy u America. Tlrs Cordial has uiper!eded all other preparations ever offered to the public tor the above complaints. and the quan tity sold f'ir the price render It decidedly the cheapest pre pmrntion by nearly one-half, of any now in use, " not wlthxhinding lis superiority." The genuine i put up highly concentrated hi 04 ounce bftiiff, uith the name on th. glass, and figiiaturs of K K 8, M . 1)., on the wrapper. Hold foi $3 pet bottle , six buttles for $'2 ; and $ii per dozen. Pr- p m-d hy It. HO $9, W. U., Phlladslphla. REDKIB1.U 4t CO,, General Agenti for Montftelier . The Greatest Medical DISCOVERY OF THU AGE. MR KENNEDY of Ruxhujv, has iliscnv.rrd Inono our cumni'iii pasui re weeds arrmrdy that cute. EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, Prom tha wur.t Scrofula di.wn Li a common Pimnte. (I. hnstileil it in over el.vxn liuniln d casea, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder htiilir.. He has now ia his pnsxcssion over two hundifd certificate, of it. VHlur. all within twenty miles of Kor-ton. Two bittllesare warranted tuenre a nnrsln snre mouth One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of vim. pie. en 1'ie face. Twotv three tattle. wiH elrar the svetrm of rrHw - Two bottles ore wnrranled locure the worst canker in irs momii aii.i sioninen. I run. to Ova bottles are warranted lo cute lhe wor.l kind of erysipelas, One In two buttles are warranted tn cure all humor la lhe eye., i Two bottles nr warranted to cure running of the cais nou uioiboe. among ia i usir. four to ali bottle, ore warranted locure corrupt and One bottle will cure scaly eruption of tbe akin. ' Two in three hollies are warranted to cure tha most dea peril, esse or rlieunrillrni . wo mane, are wairiated te cure the worst ease ol inswoim Three in four bottles are warranted to cure salt rheum. Pi vein el.ht bottles will cure in. .(iMr.M nr ii A benefit in always eiHrlenced from lhe first bottle and a perieu cure I. warranted when th. abov. quantity is Bead.r, I have peddled over a thousand bottle, of this in .. vicinity oi sioi.hi. i a now i lie vitrei, of it in ev ery ee Ho sure aa water will eillnfiil.h fire, an sure w.u un. cure nuinnr. i never aom a ft., tile of It but tha' bottle .old another: alter a trial it always .peak, for it twit. There are two things about this herb that appear u. me xirnrlainr ftr.t that it frnws inonr pasture. In Mime nliiers quite tilrnty,and jet it value ha. never been known until I discevered U in e46( second, that it .kould cure all kind, of humor. I haveiiven it to children yrarold up lo old men of .mi, from the hnmiiet woman In Bos. Job up In the belle ..f Pomatum, and in all caseatlie chit I. certain. Norhane of dieL la ever necessary .al th. be.t ynu can teL air. Kcniieilv .Im. n.r.nni.1 ii.miiI.ii.. I- L.J - , Bcnrlul. ' " ' " ". m Price .1,00. Munnfactuced by Donald Kennedy, ISO v rrea street, Roxbiiry. For aal. b Smith k Piaara. M.nt,H.ii Vt Oener.1 A (e nl s fiir Vermont. CW by P B. r-lOMh, Noilhlleld. I. B. Bailey, Walerbury. E. B.Oreen. Riclimond, Orris freneh II. .r. 1 sl......i. mil liain.towu, Wallace at lllrk.v. UW To..bn ' . A liberal dlseoanl Mf,tHthM..k.w ... .. V Aptrtlieeariets tinicer., and ethers, who wuuld Ilk lo acl wagenta, will plea .end in iholr eiders. lOmg At I lie II end oi Male. Ktreet TV1 A.Y ill""B "f 'he beat asrarlraenl. of KKADY iis MADE CLOTHING .vereffed in MnntpHier. nny mm orboyoa Coat, Pant, r V.t, and at a Price thai de. ail coniin-ililon MoBtpaller, Hay tab, 164. i ra.v Clllliatl, li.-II.rnaia. - i.orn., .r. , ,Ilf fmm , d c ,, c d: ' lll.-J B. VVIW-r i;..., I tvill-. K v. R. Hr.liti.tei wnpanoos nni" rirf.n m h.fh i'' "'1' " "'lK!t'"c C.. Bn-,o, N Y.-J. b 'I ho.nro c. , Troy, N JTJZL ItVTlTvi & ""h iBarrrtt Hon. Biitland, Vt.-A Kpaar, ll,B.l..,tori, l ",h. l, ly 1.1 mTi! 1T iTL" Vil'.: " ' Vt -Smith ft Plr-rec. Monlllrr. Vi.-WhMt . Hill, ln, th .,,..,; . , ', , 11 li. hf-ri. ihi-n rart of .. .L ... N H Bd many Mhers of the ohles. und most r .S'J""" "f "f'''' 'tu r. . f,u, th, u,y Jaw. DOCTOR YOURSELF' TIIE ET ilt I L4P11S "" i urns ma own phvhicmn. rpilS FuaneiH Edlliei. X with Onr lluiiiirrd Enaia vinss, showinn Drnasr. and Xalforaiatioiiii i, li,e Nusuaa -ysirni in .T. rj' simp, aa t irra Tu which r ud.rd a ' .eallsa on lhe lllseiiw. . uiiportiitice ti marrird jro.a r thosi. ciiBlrinplnliiig ,,. 'am. By W. VOL.NC, M. j,' Let no falhrr lie io.iisnird ' r-nl a copy i,f the itiit' I.APIIIH to ki rliild. It mv arn him fiom mi rarly grarOf L.''t Bo ViHln. man nr Ku.i.t. eritri inio inr ..rrri1! hlitiii.ii( of n nrriirl In. wulo.at readlnsthe PlifKET '" H.Ariif. L. in .uriiiinr f death. frT Any person sendins nttNTf.nr. f......,i...j tH a letter. Will rireiTe i tir Cr HV of Ihia Work bv m.'il ... nv- copies will be -ent fur one dollar. A''dreM.(,w,it pnA ) Hit WM YOUNG, No, IsagprneePt., Pliila e'phia. AYER'S PUIS. rOB All TEX PUEP0SE8 0? A FAMILY PHYSIC. Thibi ha long existed a public demand for aa ffectire pargatire pill which could be relied on M nrt and perfectly safe in ita operation. This haa been prepared to meet that demand, and an extea ive trial of ita virtues has eoncluairelj shown with what success it accomplishes the purpose designed. It is easy to nuke a physical piU, bat not easy t malt, the beet of all fiiu arte -which should ear none of aha okjoctiof. bat all the Utmun ot every other. Thia haa been attempted here, im with what ncoess is. aatuld respectfully submit ta the public decision. It ha been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow el. This is not. Many of them produce so muck Briping pain and revulsion in the ayatem aa to more khan irunterbalanc the good to be derived front them. These pitli produce no irritation or pain, unices it arise from a previously existing obstruc tion or derangement In the bowel. Being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their uae in any quantity ; but it ia better that any medicine should be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their nae in the aeveral diseaae to which they are ap plicable are given on the box. Among the com plaint which have been peedily cured by them, w. may mention Liver Complaint, In it various forma of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap petite, Listlesaness, Irritability, Bilious Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Tain in the Side and Loins ; for, in truth, all thmv are but the con sequence of diseased action in the liver. As aa aperient, they afford prompt and sure relief in Co tiveness, Pile, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof ula and Scurry, Cold with soreness of the body Clcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, aay and everv case where a purgative ia required. They have also produced some singularly sa eessful cures in Rheumatism) Gout, Dropsy, Cfravel, Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood and prepare tne system for the change of seasons. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowel into healthy action, and restore the appe tite and vigor. They purity the blood, and, by their timulant action on the circulatory ayatem, reno vate the strength of th. body, and restore th. wasted or diseased energies of tne whole organism. Hence an occasional doe. ia advantageous, even though no serious derangement exists; but un necessary dosing should never be carried too tar, as every purgative medicine reduce the strength, when taken to excess. The thousand cases in v hick a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but they suggest themselves to the reason of every body; and it ia confidently believed this pill will answer a better purpose than any thing which ha hitherto been available to mankind. When their virtue are once known, the public will no longer doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a cathartic medicine. PREPARED BT JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Trio U Cent per Box. Fir. Bozai for $L AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, ; For tk. rapid Car. of COrCHS, COLDS, lIOARSfciiitiSS, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPISG-I OICH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Tan remedy hi won for itself uch notoriety from it cure of every variety of pulmonary diseaae. that it is entirely unnecessary to recount th ev' deuces of it virtue in any community where 1 ha been employed. So wide ia the field of ita use fulness, and so numerous the coses of it curs, tnat almost every section of the country abound in penons publicly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate disease of th. lung by it uae. When once tried ita superiority over every other medicine of it kind is too appar ent to escape observation, and where ita virtues are known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec tion of the pulmonary organ which are incident to our climate. And not only in formidable at tack upon the lunga, but for the milder varietie. of Cold, Cocohs, Hoaminebs, &e. ; and for Children it is the pleasanteat and safest medicuu that can be obtained. A it has long been In constant uae throughout thia Motion, we need not do mora than assure th. people ita quality ia kept up to the best that it ever haa beat, and that th. genuin. article is told ij tr. ui'. .-t.i.1,. .. n .ri.f. , . t; !.'. .jler. Tbei'ilore Pi-ch, wlif-lewiie agent, Norltn'rn Vermont Re tail"d hv (Iriieei-ls evwywlivr. tVild, alwi, ly Fred & Smi'l. Nnrtl'fb Id, Vermont. (Lmial; iiniuk rOR THE COMPUTE CTBK OP . Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, ; . Spitting Blood, Astjoma, .AUD ALL OTHER UJKO COMPLAINTS k ' IKHUNO TO C CONSUIPTIOK!. TH K akv. K.i ectorant, prepared by an eii ieiH-rd Phy. .Ician and Chemist, ha. now be ome a Mundsrd Pre paraliMi.andlsnirvred furtherOPI.BTE I'rIRnf the.. dtsesse ef the Throat, and I.ana:., which. If nslrO d a.nally t.rmi.ale fail. ily lHCsB.awilon. It ten. tains no Opium, slonir I, or any aiinernl whatever, hoi I. enmpneed entirely of these Roots, Hfirbs, and Veritable Pnbatanoci which h ive a .penile influence upon tlie Lonra and their connected oran. lu ieiaiedl.te eDctisie. lay all Irritation, and fenilv remove thr phlc.m andMhe. morl.id tecrelieos fmm hethivt snd Air passnrea, Ihu. r hiivln. lhe finish, bv auhdulni the inflaniinniion and other cause. Which .ire rise to It, II I. approved and arena, mended by Pbt.lelan.nf lhe hifliesi .land', .ed ai.y keilven whh perfect safety tolh.youniesqchlld or th.aioit delicate female. Prepared bvA.I.. SCOVILL at CO.. Gothic H.II.Nn (16 Riomlway, New Verk. I Bin in wi mneiiet hy ii. 11. Tyieri .a w.icrmirv, t. m. rarlleyand R. Barrett; Plal'fleld.Jn. P Hale ; B.rre.O. Psench: Norlhrlrld, Oenld at Robinson; Plnwe, lt.f 1'amp; M.ndideld, Pumamac Wno'ter; War.en, O K. CsnMI Elinor. O Keott i Choi, E. Perry Jt Co : alo hv n.ut eistsla other eh re. In tha suv. JAM. M. HKMIT. .f Wnterhurv.iravelin Agent for lb. eWrof Veramat, loffce Extrn. ! 1 LL having Nnseiild arcfanM with , ae reaaeWed n call bv the lt.:sv af J.imary -and all taa aiu, will Mn4 tkefraceoent. and Boles left lr c"Heeflo, lb. Mlldereiaaaary, ISM. I.TMAN y KI.NO.