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Vnrielv. From tho llorticulltirist. PopularErrors abcutthe "Rise and Fall" of Sap. nv rnor. t.t.MT,nr, univbiisity or i.ojmorf. Wlint ciii ious halhiciniition is thut which niipposcs tlic sitp oflrccs to fa!l, orscltle,in tho wiutcr into thc rootn! "Ono wotild linvc ihought thut tho notorioiis difllcnlty nf cruin (iiiug u quartofwntci into n pint mcnsure, inight hnvc suggcstcd tho iniprobnbility of Miu-li n plienoiiicnon. For it certttinly 'doca roquiro n very Inrgo ntnoiitit of crcdulity to bcliovo that tlic Uiiiils ol'thc u nnk nnd hcnd if a troc, cnn by nny nnttiral forco of cotn- prcssion, bo cornpellecl to cnicr so nurrowa lodging ns tho rout. Tlic idon, howpvcr, lins cstablitfhcd itsclf in somo pcrfiotis'niiiulf.ntiil, wo prcbumc, iu conncction with thut old vul irnr crror, thut tho ap is in rariid niotioi in iho spring titnc, in tho roots ot n trcc, bcloro it bngins to flow in the brunchcs. Thesc wbiiiHius took thcir origiu in duys whon tho world was conlcnicd to ucccpt usscrlionsiip- n trust, nnd whon hypotheses und vnin itn jiginiug formcd thc debuscd papcr curron y of si'iencc. Hut now tucii havc found mit thc valni) of a golilcu standiirdjioth for mon ny nnd fir knowluilgo; they cnll fir facta be foro thuorics; and tho rcstilr, nlrendy, is 11 MondeiTnl (li.'Um liaiico in tho crosvdi.-d ranks jf si:iunli(ic ns woll us historieul legond.. 'Wc shull nsstttno tho wortl sap to signify Ihe fluids, of whatcver tialiirc, which nre coutninud in tho intcrior of n trco. Iu the spring, 1 iic sap rtitis otit of tho trunk wlicn it is woundcd; in tho suiiiincr.nutumn nnd wiu tcr. it docs not, tiuluss cxcciitinnully, inakc itsniMiciirnncc. Jiut in truth iho sup is nl tvuyrf iu mntioii, nt ttll suusous,niid iindcrull circimitMiices cxcctit 111 tlie tircsunco ot 111- ieiiHij coM. Tho differnnco is, thut thoro is n .L'rcat dcnl of it iu thc siirir.'' and iiuicli less wt otlit'r scasoiis. "WlitMi a trco f'ulls to rcit nt tho npproneh ofwuitor, ls leaves havc cnrricci oflso imicli unore fltittl tlinn the roots htivo hcen nblc to sunulv. that thc wholo of tho iuterior isin n ftntcof coinparativo dryncss; and n lurgo por tion of ibat sap which wus otico fluid. hns bc uoiuo holul. 111 conKCdiiciu-c ot tlio vurtous clictrticnl cIciiil'cs it hus uudcri'one. Uctwecn -sittiplo nvapnrutioii on thc 0110 linnil, nnd chcinical solidiflcation on tlio other, the 5ip is, 111 tho aiitiuiin, so niucli (Imiiiiisli ed iu mianiity ns to bo no longcr discovorn 3ilo bv incro iucisions. Tho nowcr thnta lilatit inuy poscss of rcsisting cold,is iu pro (inrtiou to the eouipletencss ol'this dryin'g Qiroccss. Whou tlic lcnvcs hnvc fallcn ofl', thc trcc s no lougci subjcct to miieli loss of fluid by ,perspirntiou,uor to cxtetisivcohcuiicnl cluing cs by ussiuiilation, for thclcavosnrc tho prin cipal orgiuis of perspirmion & nssimilation. 'liut tho ubsorbing powcr of tho roots is jiot ;irrcstcd; ihry, 011 tho contrary, go 011 sucking tfluidfroin tho soil, nnd driving it upwurdsiu 5to tho systcm. Tlie cfl'oct of thisjis, that nf cr f 01110 nionlhs ofsuch nn nctiou, thnt loss of fluid which thc tree hnd sustaiiied iu au uiiiii by its leaves, is mndc good, nnd tlio '.vliole plnnt is distcndcd with wntory pnrti clcs. This is u most wiso provis?ion, in ordcr uo insuro abmul.-ttil (ood to tlio new born 3cnces and branchcs, whcn wurmtb und light siiii)iil(itc iliem into growfh. Dtiring nll tho wiutcr pcriod, tho sap np yenre iudecd to bo nt rcst, for tlio rcfilling iprocess isa verv grudual onc. iiut uiot, vnairy years ngo, provccl, by aii tngunious np jpnrntus, sliut tlic; ratc of motion of tho sup tuny be menstired ut nll sousons, uiic! Iic iih eerluined it to bo in n stnto of eoiisidcrnblo Tictivity in mid wiutcr. Anitnig othcr iliingH Jio fouiul thut friwl liad considoniblo iuflucuco mpon tlio dircction in wliicli tho pap movcp. In mid wonthcr tlio sup wns coiistnnlly rining, 9jut whcn frnst wus eXpcrienccd tho sup floiv-t-il lmck uguin: ;t plicuomciion wliicli Iic rc iurrad to tlie coiltracting powcr of cold oti thc vesseU of tlic trunk nnd hrmichefl, tlic vfFoct of wbioh wnsto forco tliesiip down nvnrds into tlic roots lying iu n wnrmer me 'Viiiiii; tlicn, nguiu, wlicu tlic I rost rcndicd tlic roots themselves mid hegiin noling on llicm, alie Bap was forcctl baek into Itho trunk; but ns soon ns tliiiw cauiu on, nnti ilio groumi re ovcrcd its hcat, tlic rootp,out of which n pnrt xrtie s:t) hnd bccn forcud upwnrds, wcro u gnin filled by tlie fluidstibovc tlicm, and tlic Kup wus forccd :o Cnll. A I.nrga poplnr in tlio Sulter stntc, liaviiig bccn cut ucross nt tlic Vroiind Ihie, tlic surfucc of tlic stuinp waa Jbiniil to be dry, but tlio cnd of tlie trnttk it sJfdrijipeiI with sap. Sup, tlicn, is nlways an nvotiou; ntid if i: cvcr scttles to tlio rootin ?i visihle inantier, thut s owing to tetnpornry cmtscs, thc retnoval of wliicli causcs its in jstant ro asccnt. .As to thc idcu thnt tlio lilccding of n trcc liegitis first nt tho root, mid, in conncction willi this suppnsiiian, thnt wliut is cullcd thc j-iseof thc snp is thc ouuso of thc cxpnnsion of btidp, miil leuvcs ntid branriicc, noth migcnn well bo n.oro destitutc of miy renl iWudation. If in thc spriiig, wlicn tha buds nre just swelling, .1 trco is ctit ucross nt tho groumi Hnc, 110 hlccditig will tnkopluce, nei shcr will thc snp flow for somc di.stnncc iij vnrd:; btitutnong tho brunchcs tho blucding -vrill bo found to hnvc commcnccd. This wus observcd somo yeara ngo by Mr Tomp son, at that time tho Duko of Portlnnd's anleacr, who thotight bo hnd discovcrcd thnt thc sap oftrees dcsccnds 'in tho spring, itistcad of usccnding;n strango speculntion nnough, it 11111st bo confesseil. Tlic ilict is, thnt thc sap is lriv.cn into accelenited motion fust nt tlie cxtrcinttius ot a trcc, Uecatiso it is ibere that light and warmth first (cll upou tho cxcitable buds. Tho inomcnt iho bnds nre excited they begin to suck sap from tho parts with wliicli they urc in coutuct ; to 8tipily jIiq wasta so produccd, tho ndjncent sap TitialioB upvards ; us tho expntieion of thc enves prncccds, tho dcmand upon tho sap liear them becomca greoter ; n quickcr nio iiou still is neccssary on thc pnrt of tho sap to niuko good thc loss ; und tlius from uboro ilowuward is that perceptiblc flow of tlie flu ida oftrccs, which wo cull blpcding, offec--ted. Thc weli .known fuct of trces sprouting in llic spring, nltbough fellcd in tlie atitumn, iirovcs that tlie sap hud not at that timo qtiit- ted tho trunk to tako rcuige in thc roots. j3ucli n cokurhon occurrcnce sbould put peo cplc on tlictr gunrd ugalnet fiilling into the vnl gur crrors on this suhjccf. FREAK OF NATURE. 'Tbc N. Y. Tribuuo noticcs a amh which -waa 6cen in tho Whnshingtou strcct ninrket, ip that eity, on Tuesday last, wbicli vas quito rcmarkable. It liait- tliroo oars, cno of vhiclt wna exactly on tbe tap of tlio lioad four faro nad foiirhind lcga onp Iwd. V abovo thc Ioins atid two distinct bodics bc lovrtbnt two tnilf two fiiir, wcll 'brtned .brcasw on cachsido, und iucoIorvnB white, with onc ntottth, nosc,&c. Tolnttaln tho sizc il hud, it iiiust havo Hvcil for somo time. (XAn exrhnnge pnpcr says thnt n Hoo Bicr ustonUhed u Yntikco in dcscrihitig iho richness of tho soil in Iudinna. Uoeuitl it wns so fiit thut thoy inndo thcir cuiidles by dipping tlicui iu n tniid pudille. Sthikk ron Hiuiieh Waoks. The cflect of thc "strikcs" which rccenlly (00k placo on tho difrorcut hncs ot rnilrond in Aliissachu ectts und Now Harnpbliirc, hns nt Inst rcnch- cd tlus nlncc. tho hnntls on Hcvcrnl ol tlio suc tions ol thc rnil rond ncnr hcro huvitig ns wo underatnnd. strttck for hiuhor wnces uud left tho worlc. As this is nn iiicletnctit scnson and the worlc is so well tidvunccd, considcr- ing tho shoi t timo since it wus commcnccd, woqiicstion wliethcr tho controctow will ver- y uuicli rcgret tho nvout. Jiut. ucraia 10111. A Wikdfai.i.. Tho Ilugarstown Now'tf6tatc Uiat Ilezckiah Durliuni), nn old nmn wlio Jatc ly dicd in Baltimore, has lufl nll Iiia property, valucd at $12,000, to n young lady, a echool mietrcsa of tliattown, who, wlicn tho old ncn llotnan vialtcd Hagarstown n yenr ngo, trcat cd him with grent kimjnuHH,wlivn othcrs vicw iug him nsboneath thcir noticc,in conscqncnce of liiu sliubby nppcnrnnce, trcatcd him with gruat coldncss. SPIilNO HAR1WARE C. W. & S. J. M. HOMER, Naz.'M & 05, Unio.n Stiikkt, IJOSTON, T' AKC this uictliod tn in for 111 thcir fricnds nnd ciifltonicrs, nnd thc counlry trade rencrally, that thoy havo ronoivcd, pcr ships washington irving, wcenn, monarcu, r rancis, Hwilzerlanu. Jxcelmor, aiut vaiicniicr irom Livcrpool, a very exteiiHive aMsortment of Ungliuli Cutlcry and Hard'Warc Goods, uud pcr late arrivnla from JSrcnicu, their im portutions of German Hard-Warc, which, with n largc Btock of Domcstic llard'Warc Goods, makes thoir nnBortnicnt complote; all of which they oller to thc oountry trudo on good tcrino for cnsli or crcdit. Bobton, March, 1818. G54m2 Extracts OF Vnnilla, Lcmon, Rosc, and Mace for flnvoring sauccs, custnrds, prcaerves.&c. Rose Wntcr; Colognc, Otto of Itoso and othcr pcrfunics; suporior Hair Uilaj itesii iJaiis; Siiifllinfr Snlln, Ambruiiic Croam, thc Italian and othcr shaving Soaps for salo by J. U. JJlJNLrliAftl. St. Johnsbury, March 25, 18-18. GGGw'J IN CliANCEIlY ViXTII "ciRCUiT Caledonia County, sa. Elnathnn Strong ly his GuuriliunJosiiih Shcitd, rs. Calvin Johnson and Marhula Johnson. II12REAS, Elnnthan Strong, by his Guurdian, Josiuh Shcdd, botfi of Peach- am. 111 tne uouniyot aieooina, nu juuu iu . . t. r. t 1 I 1 - -1 : my ofiico his coniplaint ngainst Calvin John son, late of Craftsbury, in tho County of Or leans, now of Ifotton, in Canada East, setting fortli in aubslance. thatsaid Calvin 011 tlio 13th day of Kubruary, A, D.,I847, bcing indebtcd to onc William C. Strong, of Boston, Massa ohusetts.in thc sum of $870, spccificd in a promissory notc payablc ip sam w m. -. nirong or hearcr as follows; $150 in ono year, $200,in two ycnrs, $200111 thrcc years, twb litindrcd dnllais, in four ycars and ono hunilrcd and twcnty dollars in five ycars, with intcrcet nn- nunlly; 111 ordur to securo tne sanie, 1110 saiu Calvin and his wife Marindaon tho saidl3tli of Febr.uary for tho considpration of said sUin of iiioncy, by thcir drcd signcd and seoled and ncknowlcogeo oy muni ano recorncn in uue form of law, did convcy and confirtn to said W111. C. the following dcscribcd land in Grcens boro' in tho County of Orleans, nnd Stato of Vermont, to wit: "thc whole of Lot No. 2 in "the 4th llnncc of Lpts of the right of Jonas "nnlusha and nlso tlie souin nait 01 l.oi no. 71 in the Fiflh Ranae of Lots in said town of "Greensboro'." Thnt afterwards on the 14th of Mnrch 1847, the said Wm. C. Strong relcas cd,sold and convoyed to the Orator all his in- tereut and riglits ot apu 111 saiu morigage neeu and all his intercst in said promissory notc and that no part of tho said sum of money has bccn paid to said Wiiliam or to the Orator, and praying a foreclosure of the equity of redemp lioii iu said mortgaged prcinises; and whereas it appcars thatsaid Calvin Johnson and his wife Alarinda Johnson residc withoutthisStatc, so thata-Subpajnacannotbeserved npon them, wherefore pursuant to the GOth Section of the 24th Chaptur of tbe Reviscd Statutes of this State, notice is hcrcby given to the said Cal vin Johnson and his wife Marinda Johnson,& they are hereby requlred to mako thcir person al appcarance before tlie Cluncellor of thc Sixth Judicinl Circuit of the Stato nf Vermont nt the Court Housc in Danville, on tlie first Tuesday of June next, beinjr tlio first doy of tlio nextstalcd term of tho Court of Chanccry in said County of Caledonia, to mnke answer tothe saidbill of complnint and abide thc or der of said Chnncellor in thc premises,and thc said Coinplainant i ordercd to causo this order to bcpublishcd threejweekssucccssivcly in thc Calcilonian, ancwspaper printed at St. Johns bury,, in said County of Caledonia, tho lasl publicatibn to ,bc at least twenty days prcvious to thc conimenccmcnt of said ncxlslatcd lcrm ofthe said Court ofChoncery. Given under my hand at Danville, in said County this 22d day of March, A. D. 1848. SAM'L B. MATTOCKS, Clerk. B. N. Davis, Solictitor. 55Gw3 IOThe most prolifin sourcc of disoase is un doubtcdly impurity of blood. And to it no pcople nrc inore Bubject Uian thotsc of this cotin try, from the plentiful and eomparntively lus urious dictin which their prosperity cc.nablcs them to indulge. To purify the blood, -rclieve the bowels from tho uiihealthy state produced by that impurity, Brown's Sarsaparilla andTo mato Bitters are cxtremely well calculatcd. They will eradicalo those impuro liumors which are the sourcc of so tnuch uncasincssto thc system, and occasion sueh dcformity whcii they make thcir appcarance exteriorly. Thc demand for thc abovc Bitters is rapidly in crcasinir in all places whcre they have becn sold, and thcrc is scarccly a day pnssos but wo have sotnc prdered by our first physicians, for. dyspcpsia, indigestion, wenknes8 ofthe stom ach and limbF, costivehcss, ncnernl debility, rhcumatism &c. In faot thcre Is not the lcast doubt but that they are thc best altcrativc now in uso foradisorderedriystem. Tho veg ctablcs of which thcsc Bitters are mainly com- posed of are too wcll known to have tho least said in their favor. Rcmomber in all oaacs whcn yan purohase Brown's Sarsaparilla and Toinato Bitters, to-sco that tho Dircctioni arc aizncd by thc proprieloy F. BROWN, in his hand-writingi with'out whieh nono aro gonu inc. For salc'by J. C. Bingham St. Johns,bwKy, mu ucaivraiu iiyyiciiiu gvnvruiiy. ff?-" NIMBLE SIXPJEjYCE IS BET TER THAWJl SLOIV SllILLmU" riTtnE subscriber would inforin tho inhabi JL tuiits of Lyndon and vicinity, that lie hus opcned n TIN SBOI, whcro he is rcady to do all Uinds of Job Worlc in his linc of busincss, sticli as TIM WJIRE, lllOJY WAIIE, STOVE P1PE, COPPER aiul BRJ1SS KET- Alao, in tho samc sliop, W, L Goods and Groccries. Ho intciids to sull and do worlc for rcady pay cheaper than can bo bought at any other Shop in this section, by 12i pcr "cent. Cnll nnd seo. Tin Pans, (2 quart) 12 ccnts. do G do. 18 to 25 conts. do 10 do. 25 to 30 ccnts. Stove Pipo, from 0 to 18 ccnts per pound. Old fron, Capjier, and lirass taken in cx chungt for thcaboTc goods. U7All persons trnding. with mo to tho a mountof FivO Dollara in onc year, shall havo the amount of fifty penls donc in incndmg or renair, lreo ot cxpenso, n mey s" uii Klioi) nt soutli cnd ot JMill liriu, - W'Cft of JiViidon uorner, vt. juiiiuli ArrjjE,i;jv Lyndon Cornor, Mnrch I, 1848. 55Gtf STRAY COLT. " CAME into tho inclosure of tho subsciibcr aboutthe lst of June last, a chesnut col- ored Mare Colt, black mnno and tail, 2 years old, with a pokc on. Said colt wns advortised 111 thc btanstcad Journal 111 July last, but 110 owuer lias nnncarcu up 10 1111s uaie. 1110 owner is reqiiL'Hted to prove property, Xrc. MITC11EL JJ121jK1N Al . Barnston, C. E. Maroh 13, 1848. 45Gv3 Now for the "Witncsscs, IMPEACH THEM Ih YOU Morc can bti given if nccdcd. THE undersigncd having long been person nlly acquaintcd with Mr Clia's Jones, of Clarcinqnt, N. II. and with thc generareflica cy of his medicino called "JONES' DROPS for IIUMORS," since its late discovery, bbth amonc our nciirhbors and from various distnn- ccsand directions hbroad, can cordially recom'- rnencl thc uso oi tlic medicino as cllicacious n nll the varlety of internal and cxtornal humors, Wc nre preparcd also tosay, from all we can learn by inquiry and othprwisc, that while thero aro very many pcrslans curcd and in a process of cure, by thcsc drops, of obstinato stcin complaints of the various kinds, thero. has' as yet no casecome to our knowledge, where thc paticnt hns nctiially goue through with a rcgular courso of tho medicino nccording to thc publishcd directions, without bcing cntircjy or so furcurod, asto bc satisficd of its cxtraofdi nary cilicacy in thcir ovn complaints. Liiastos GLiooi:K,Cashier ClarcmontBank. Josiaii Riciiaads, M. D. Clarcinont. Timotiiv S. GlkasoM, M. D. do Newto.v Wiiittlesev, Town Clerk,- do Simkok Ion. do Asa S'autwei.l, db Jos. Wr.nn, Asso. Editor Eagle, do R. F. La wuuncu, Pastor Cong. Ch. do H. S. Smitii, Miniater Epis. Ch. do& Gno. B. Uru'AM, Pres't Clarcmont Bank,and late mcmbor of Congrcss.. Clareniont, N. II. June 28, 1844. For salo by J. C. BisqiiAM, St. Johnsbury; M. K. Parks, Waterford; Lovi P. Tarks, Pas sumpsio; N. W. Frcnch, Lunenburg; Harvcy - Abbott, Stovens Village; J. C. Kent, Mcln doesFalls. Sept.23,1847. N. B. Notliing is so chcap as notlnng is so ciHcncious. niuniG PROTECTION FROM F1RE. THE Waslpngton .County Mufual ,lrisur nnco Compahv, Ofiico nt Granville, New York, ofiers to insur'c Fnrmcrs against loss or damage by lirc. This coinpany iri incorpprated by an nct of the. New York Legislaturo and have bcen do inc busincss nearly two years hnd a half, and have insurcd nearly or quito olcvcw .rnillions of Dollars, lcaving a surplus fHnd:Aer paying nll lossesand cxpensesot tno company ot 7,UUU .dollars, with little or no prospcct of cvcr malc ing an assessmcnt as nono hns cvcr bccn mnde. - The unparalleled sticccss which has ntiendcd thc opcrations of this company is oWing to its being a Fanners company and ta!king no risks on mills, machinery, stores,buildingsinblocks or villnges. This company insuro on- bouse-hold furni ture, wcaring apparel, provi'sion's, hay, grain, cnttle, horses, hogs, shccp, c. in buildings at its full value, for' ono per cent. ond on build ings from thrco to 'four perccnt. Jess than oth er companies; and in casc. of any difTerencc or disagreement nrising betwccn thc company and any pCrson sustaining losscs, tho samc may bc submittcd and determined by arbitra tion, in thc county and state whcro the loss happcncd, at thc ,election of tho insured, by threo disintcrestcd persons, to be mutually choscn by said insurcd and the company. This company will bc liablo for losscs on property burnt by lightning. The Bubscribor having beeh appointed Agcnt for said' company will fcall on Farmers and re ceive npplications and givc cxplnnations whcu re'quired. Any application madc to him will mcetwith prompt attcntion. Inquire at Fuller i Co's. TH. FULLER. Lyndon, Nov. JL, 1847- 53GmG EVERY FARMER ilO cbnsults cconomy in feeding horsos or cattlc is tnfonned that wc arc mak- ing 'the Stiaw Cutter which has supcrscdcd all othcrs in Massachu sctls and Connecticut. Thc knivcs in. this machino aro not liablo to dull as they cut only upon the straw, hay or stalks whrjn sArained betwecn thc cylinders. "With out improvcd facilities for making we afibrd them as cheap as they can bc bought in Massachusetts. 541tf J. C. & J. H. PADDOCK. TMFiOPIIILUS GROUT, JR'S ESTATE. STA'IE OF VERMONT. Caledonia, ss. At a Erobate Court holdcn at thc Probate Of ficc in Danville, in said, district, on thc 8th day of February, A. D. 1848 PRESTON MAY, Administrator of thoEs tate of Thcophilus Grout,jr. late of Kir by, in thq County of Caledonia, dcccased, nre sents his account of admi.nislration against said "Estatc for nllowance Whcrcupon it is orderod by said Court that said Administrator notify all persons interesled in said Estatc, to appcar at a Probate Court to be holdcn at thc Probate Office in said Danville, on thc 17th day of May, A. D. 1848, and object to tho al lowanuo of said account, if they sco oause. by publishing a copy of tho rccord of this or der three wecka kuooossIycU; in tp. paledoni an,a ncwspancr nrtc aj Sf. ohnabiry in'said district, S.AM'L B. MATTOCKS, Judge. A true copy, Attcst, 555w3 SAM'L B. MATTOCKS, Judgc. Farm for Sale. nnHE aubocriber olferfl for salo his farm, slt JL uatcd in tho Southwest part oi St. Johns bury, 1J milcs from Fairbanks' Village. nnd 2i from Passunipslo Village; containing J20 acrcH of cxccllcnt luud. Said farm has on it a do- cent dwclling hnuse, sliod, bnrnu apd othcr out buildlngs. niu iarm mwell waterad, und Jias a goodsngar orchard ofGGO trces; nlso anotlicr young and tliritly growtli or 100U sugar majuo trces that will bc largc cnough for use in a lew vcars; iilao, two larco applo orchards odual to anv in town; nbout 50 nnnlo trecs havo bccn graftcd with cjioico varictics. Said farm of- lers atrong induccmcnts to any ono wistnngto purchasc. it licinir ncar a mnritot wucre aii kinds of produco sclls for cnsh nnd a fair pricc For furthcr narticulars inmtiro ofthe subscri ber on tho preniises or S. G. Brackett nt Fair banks' Villacro. JUaui'U A. St. Johnsbury, March 23, 1818. 556tf TEN good dairy COVVS for salo by J. KIMBALL. Lyndon, Mnrch 14, 1848. 555w3 IS a l e of Stoves EVEriV PAY DUIUNfl OOI.D WEATIIEK AT PADBOCK'S FXTJRjNTACJE, REDUCED j?K.XCE. rplIE diflerent Stovcs aro thosc wiiioh liavc JL given univcrsal satisfaction whorovci' Us- cu, and we soil at ratcs wlucu will mako ltan objoct for buyers to call upon 541tf J. C. & J. II. PADDOCK. BENJAMIN F. DENISON, Attorricy and Counscllor at Law, CLEVELJ1ND, OIIIO. Will attcnd to Profcssionnl busincss in tho Courts of Cqynhoga aiid adjoining Counties, and to Collections inany part'of Northern Ohlo nnd tlio atato Ot ftlicnigan. blHyJ 2G Gnllons Neat's Foot Oil, 171 OR salo byi JOEL HASTINGS. JL1 St. JohnsbUry, Mnrph, 1848 554tf Clieney &rCo's j3osion,Concord,Stan stcad aiidffontrcal Express, THE SUBSCRIBERS continue under thcir formcr arran'gcmcnt mado with the dircc tors ofthe Concord Rnilrond, toforward goods to and from Boston daily, with cach passcngcr train. Packagcs will bo. receivcd arid forwarded from Boston to all parts ofN. II. nnd Vermont and Cannda. Lcltcrs .arc not talconou aily tcftna. Ofiiccs at tho new "Rail Road Exchantre," BOSTON; at THE RAILROAD DEPOT, CONCORD, at the Depot, Lebanon, N. II., J. W. Howes, Montpclii'r. Vt.. Peck &. Co's. Burlington, Vt., T. C. Bu'tlcr's Lino Store, Derby Linc, and at Charlcs Seymour's, Mon treaL Tho Express Train leaves Boston, for Mon- trcal each.Mdnday at 5 o'clock P. M. passing through Newbury, St. Johnsbury and thc in termqdinte towns to Stnnstcad. JS. B. Tho subscribers are alono responsi ble for thc loss or injury of nny articlcs or property ol any description.ontrustcd to their carc, nor U any risk acsumcd by thc Concord, Nnsbud or Lowpll Railrodd Companies. B P. CHENEY;RaiIroad EXchange.Boston. N, ATII'L WHITE, Ddpo, Concord, N. H. WM. WALKER, Jn. Lebanon, N. H. Jiinv 2; 1847. 5l8tf C0NSUMPT10N CURED! b tr is: a m ' s HUN6ABIAN Ml&M THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Fpr Colds, Cotigtis, Asthiiia, arid other Diseaes of the CHEST and LTJNGS. THE Grcat English Rcmedy iTor colds, coughs, asthma and conshmption. The most celebratcd and infalliblo remed v for colds. coughs, asthma orahy form of pulmonary con-, . ' . I TT . , r . aumpiion is ine nungnrian xiaisam ot Lnte discovered by Dr. Buchan of London,England, tested for upwards of sevcn vears in -Grcat Britain and ontho contincntof Europc, andin troduccd into the United States under the im mediate. supcrintcndcncc of tbe invcntor. Thc asldnishingsuccess ofthe Hungarian Bal sam, in tho curc of every form of consumption UU11I4IIID LIIU J&lilCllUail UjTUJIL 111 suiicibllj? IQX trcatmcnt the worst possible cases th.at can bc found in thc conimunity--cases tat sock'rclief in vainfrom any Ofthe co.r.mgn rcrnedies of the day, and have bcch gi.vch up by the most d.st.ngu.shedpbysicWns confirmed and. in curablo. Iho riungarian Batsam has cured and W'ul curc the mostdcspcrate of cases. It s no quftck nostrum, but a standard Englisb, medicino of known and e&tablishcd ofRoncy. Every family in tho United States should be supplicd with it, not only to oountcract the consumptive tcndcnceies ofthe climntc, but to ureu uo u. uu vunii vu incoioinc in att cases' ot colds, cQUcrhs, spittmcr blood. Dain in tho sido and ohcst, irritation and sorcness of the lungs, bronclittis, difiiculty ofbreathing, hectic fevcr,night sweats,emaciation and gcneral de bility, asthma, influenza, whooping-cougli and croup. In case.of actual disease oftho lungs or seated consumption it is the only sourcc of hopc. Sold by spccinl appointmcnt by Dayid F. Bradlec, Boston, Mass.,solc agent for tho United States and British Proyinccs in Amer ica. Amcricun prico $1 per bottlc, with full directions for the rcstoration of liQallh. Pam ryhleta containinga mass of English and Amer ican certificates and other evidcnces showing the uncqualled mcrits of this Great English Remcdy, may be obtaincd ofthe ngents gra tis. None genuine withoijt the Yritten signa tuae oftho Amcrican agehl on a gold and bronze label, to counterfeit which is fortrery Q. F. ttraaico, 130 Wa?Jpr,Eton Street.Boston, gonoral ager,t for tl,e New Rnjjkind, tfS, Aoknts St,Johnsbuxy,J. C.JJintrham', Lim, IVelh llher, T. Shcdd; Craflaliiry, W. 1. Hast. ings; Derby Lme, T. C. Jlutler; Dana, Weeks 4- Stanton, Danville; and dealers in medieins generally in A". England. 5401 O0WS. 2450 Brown jLirien nnjiTS FOIt EJ1CH; et t d& PMItS OF OfERJlIsLS, (jV'" i(oit made and mtlting. Tftese arc some otlte many greab INDUOBME IV T S TIIAT J1UE JTOW OFFERED AT Lnekeis Boot. Slioe and Cloth- ing- Rooms, at LYNDON COIINER. Evory vnriety of his Winter Clothlng will bo sold aipricos that will defy compotition to mako room for his Spring and Sujnmor Stock. Dou't purchaso until you cull and 000 this stook of B00TS,S1WES and CLOTIIWQ, Spring nnd Summer Goods aro now arriving. oy pf Buautiful Twecd Coats for Sprjng now f t) on hand. Bctwqcn .4 nnd 500 Thiu Coats, for Suinmor, now cut, nnd will bo made in a few days. 100 coat mukers wantcd to tako coats athomc to mako. Ovoralls and Suinmor Conts, atwholesatef,and at ItOSTOA 1'UIUES. Mcrohants will do well to call carly. Gontlomon will fitid at tlicse Rooms, Conts, Sncks, VcHta, Pants, Shirts, nnd under Slllrts; Drawers, Guerusoy Frocks, Ovor nlla, Cravats', Ildkfs., Braccs, &c. &c. ALSO JBoys' ClotJiing, And thc most completo nflsbrtmcnt of TJiich and Ttin nOOTS,ST10ES, IiROGJljYS, l'UMPS, SLIPPERS,&-c. Alsdf Uoys', Youths' and Childrons' BootS nnd iSii'Ocs of evory kind. Also, tho most com pleto iiss6rtint3'- 01 m Ladies' und Misses Btfts aiid Gaiters ; Ilalf Gaitcrs ; Slips and H'uJ'ing Wtocs, of cverv kind. dll of whloh aro m.:.do by tho best of workmcn, and from tho best of b'lodk, 1 .1 f! r j . 1 f i ' I I uuu uru ui uju jjiiicsi siyic inni jinisi. Tho subscriber bclibvcs that ha has thc ,lnr gcst and mostooinploto nssortmentof woll so lected Rcady.Madc Clotliiiig, and Boota and biiocs, that is to be found in nll this r'egion ofcountry.' Tho bcst'or workmcn havo been crnployed at this Establishmcnt, for the manufacture of every varlety of CLOl'IIING belonging to a Gcntlcmnri'u wardrbbe. 1 inrCustoni worlc donc atthc shortcstnoticeV nnd iil tho ncntest mannor.and.wnrrantod to fit. uarmenis cui lorotiicrs to make up. As toprices, tho subscriber would just say tnFthat he oan'tnor won'tbo bcat. ALSO, STRAP IIIA'GES for J3am Doors, Gatcs, c. at 9 cts. per pound. WILLIAM LOCKE. Lyndon Cornor, March 13, 1848. C55tf Tcsled by thc Experience of Ttousands for 20 vcars vast ! ! The Vegctable Pitlinonary Balsam HAS proved itsclf tho lcs remcdlal agcnt kiiown for conghs,colds,cansttmpttonstasth via, phthisic, sjiitting of blood, tchoaping cough, and all pul monary ajfections' and discas'e's of thc luugs, as lias, arid can be shown from tho tostimony oftho most respcctablo physi cians and othcrs, who are ehtitled to the most unquestionable bebof. Aftcr having tried the many new preparations, without finding the ex pcctcd relicf, multitudes are compclled to'rp' turn to the uso of the Vcgc(ablc Pulmonary Balsam, which. thoy ocknowledge to be, nfter all, the best rcmedy known for thc abovc com plaints. ET'Bctoarc of Counterfe'iis atid Imitaiions, such as Carlcr's Compound Pulmonary Balsam, Amcrican Pulmonary Balsam,and others in part bearin'g the name! Enquire for the article by its whole name, tho "FEGETABLE PUL MONARY BALSAM," and seo that it has tlio written signnturo of Wsii, Jon'h Cuti:eu upon a yellow ,label on tho bluo, wrappers. Eabh bottle and seal is stamped Vcgetablo Pulmon ary Balsam." ' Trepared by REED CUTLER, formcrly Reed, Wing & Cutlcr, Importera and VVhoIe sale Dcnlcrs, in Medicincs, Paints, Chcmicals and Dyc Stuffs, 54 chalham at. Boston, and sold by Druggists, Apdthcc'arics and country merchdnts generally. For- particulars and rc cominendations onquire for a pamphl'et accom panying each bottle Price 50 cents; For sale in St. Johnsbury, byJ. C. Bingham. '537niG READjREAD! C'A'N be;had at.myshop, St. Johnsbury" Ccn. tre, all kinds of ' 4 ' Cabinet Furniture uaually vvnnted in ,tbo coiintry. Also, a good assortinent of Canc Scat Chahs very cheap for1 cash. Call and see May, 1847. I ARMINGTOR. 511tf Vcg'atablc IiUernal Rcmedy tS?"A Gure for Life SecUred. DR. UPITAJWS mTERtfjL IlEMED Y for thc curc ofJPUcs, InfMmmdiion ofthe Liver and Spleen; InJlommatiQn, sorcness. and ulceration OJ thc st'omacJi. hmnt.ls. hiilnftm nr,,l Ihnhicn- ir, M-inmutorv and mcrcurial Rtvuva)isw ivfint- ' "j vivvu, lutui.Hcjo uuu iiijiuuimuiiuii oj ine Sjiihc, and for tlie rclitf of married Etidics. Thc Vegctahlc Pi(e Elcctuary, . jnvented .by Dr.. A. Uphnm, n distinguishcd piiysiciaQ pf N. Y.City, is thc only rcal suocessful jemcdy for thaidangerous and distressing coniplaint, t!h.e Piles, ever oifcred to tho Amcrican public. Mark thia : ft, is an internal rcmedy not ati clx tprnalapplicaliorij and will cure'any' case of Piles, cithcr blceding or blind, internal ot cx t6rnal;'an,d probably thc dhly thing' !tha't will. There is no mistakc 'abo'ut it. It is a positiyo cutc speedij and p'crmanent.- It is also a con venieht lnedicino tb taltc,t and improvcs the gencral health in a rcmarkable mariner. Eaisb bor contains 12 doses. at81.3 ots.o6r doao. It is very mild in its operation,and maybo takenj in vwb oi mo most acuie inuammation with-, out danger. All external applioations are in. the higjiest degroe disagrcoable, inconvenient and oll'ensive: and from. the very nature, Oftho discdse, temporary in theireflcts, Thisr med icino attacks thq disease at ita sourcc, and rc moving thc causc, rcnders the. cure ccrtain and permancnl ' Curc for lifc Guarantied. The Electuary con tains no miheral mctlicincfho aldes, colQcynthx gamboge, or other p6verful and irritating pur gative. No fear of takliig cbld while under its lnflucncc, no changein diet necessaryi If tak en according to the directions ff Plreor life i$ guarantied. Pamphlets, giying valuable infoy tnation reapec,Urig tlns medicine, may be ob taincd ofagcnta, gratis. P. F. iB0ADi.EE1, 130 Washington st. Boston, Gcnersil Agent for tbe Icy Jlngland States. Aohnts St.JansburytJ. C. Bingham-, Lyn d,on, Fuller Co,.; Brownington, F.D. Mcrrilti Wells River, T. Shcdd; Craftsbury. I. HaSt. ingsi Derby Linc, T. C. Butler, Dana, Wceks 4- Stantan, Danville, and dcalcrs in medicine generally m JV Engtand 540yl Francis D. Ellis Co. Boatn ' TTNFORM thcir fri'ends and payln,, i ertfof BoNNETif.Tn.MMiNaS tKJ havo roniovcd fromtheirold Stand No o thoir mor.0' spnoioua Rdoraa ' ' t Wos. 64 dt 66 Kilby streot ncar JWilk, whcro- thoy aro oponhV tlm AssoitTWEifT or S.TiiAW Qoons, thov L. Ut lcrod. They aro still .agenls 'forTl I r cfi whoBO goods havo boon. for mniiy voaw lTlt' ly celobratcd-nono chn pxcol ifi fW,8 burabilityandFinish. jat prices aro 'f'' astho loieest. 10 M'v Arrtonghur goods which wo aro con.i,. rccoivingfrealrfrom tho Mahufnoturbr, 100 Caucs Plain Floronco Bonnots-Lnii ' re' 50 do .ChinaPearl do allfrlc' 50 do Fancy Floronco do Uo 50 do Adalaida do 50 do Coburgs do 100 do Rutlandu do do do do Also, Misses Bonnctu of wonncio 01 overy stvln x 10 bcat nssortinent of Um&ff prico, with tli Parasols, Bonnct crs, Rushcs, Tabs, &.a. &c N. B. Our oountry fricnds will pleage mmtifint llinf wn alinll nnt i. re. thom at thoir lodgings whcn in BostonH!! thcroforo scnd them the abovo rcapectful no. 55Jw8 tice 4 1-2 foot STOV 5 FOR CHURCTJES,FJlCTOnmStFtK, BOS STOTES .nr.r. .aiw.a J Cooking Stovesy OF VARIOUS PATTE11MS, and the most dtsirable modijlcations. Price s from $13 to$20 Jlll niadefrom the best propedlron and Warrantcd. If plalesfdil, ihepatfcnia being kept al ihe Fur nace, we will rcplace Free of Charge. STOVE PlPJbon hand-all kinds. Buyers wlio want ihe lcsl and cheapesl Slott will call al Iaddock's Wurnace, ST. JOHNSBURY. 533tf J. C. & J. II. PADDOCK. STOVE r1HE subscriber has for sale threo lcinda Yanlcoc Notion Cook Stoves ; Fairbanks Diving Flue, do. Air-Tight Pnrlor, do. Air-Tight Bpx, do. ComiUon Box, do. Cast from tho best of Iron nnd warrantcd e. qual to nny thing in uso, and will be sold itl Ioav as can bo found in this vicinity. ' rT ISAAC-WATTS; Pcaqhom IIollow, Oct. 1847: ' 53511 Pure Chloroform, FOR sale. by J C, BIN.GIIAiM. St. Johnsbury, Maroh 11, 1848. 551tf Just Received Y J. C. Bingham, afc bia sbop, on 5t., juuiisuury ji-iain, Townscnd&rsaparilla, , Bottles. k m quart Feb. 26, 1848 552tf- Leathcr for Snfe. and Casfi Paid: ibf HiJes. THE snbsowborikeciY constantly on hnnd athiashon all Ijinda of Lcather ior sale. at the loweat aaah nrjcves. Ho will pay cash ior JU1UCS; Vllili.L10 West Cbnoord, Jan. 1848 541tf PuoYtidc against Sickncss, TM&so.hsoriber having been appointed A gpnttofithe Massachusetts llcalth Insur-anaa- fflbmpany, will reccivo applications ond, proesico policics. Poli'cics are issued for froov o.ttp t,;five ycars. Gcntlemen aro invitcd to exami'no the principles oftho company, tcruw, of iaBUiiance,- &c. Applv to EPP1RAIM JEWE1T' St. Johnsbury Plain, Oct. 1817. 533w(7 MW MEDICINE, Slasta's Genuine Indian Vege table Parerative Pills, npHE mqbr generally appro.ved family mcdi- j cio now to bo liad atatt tne pnncq"i"'u": lii every village. and town in this stato ana througliou.t the siatc of New HampsWw na Canada Ea&t, , FOR BILLIOUS and IJVFlntMJlWM TEVERS, IJVDIGESTIOX, HE.Wf ACHE, DYSPEPSM, LIVER C0 PLAIJYT, COSTIVENESS, P MUWDIVE; CHOLIC, WWji STOMACHiAND SlDE, HERTBVM,, PERVERTEB APPETITE, BlMli'- H(EA,'B YSB JVTER Y LFv BLQOB, AJVD ALL BEBJN MEJVTS OF THE BILLIOUS S FEM. . 'Tlib prbprietor'has BUch cbnfidencc m inj Pills, that he' w'ould: .say to all P.crs0"i.f. may'p'u'rchase a box of them, that ifi ?'jj'jrec. ing one or, two, dogcs in accordance wun tiona, theyshould;not'be satisficd wth V' ' tho money' paid Will', bercfuncTcd, orthc i cnarfe for tho sanic caricclled- tv returning uo in a usoable conditrori.'witK. tbe reinuina" , tj',0 fi'lls. A SMs- selling them arc requcsi to coniorm to tlus rule ... lnbit ii von or vour lainuv navu ,t,em of using pills1, try'them. and you wiunuu aaijood. it rot better' in many ir- vto, Donot:Bayi any you liavc ov6r usfed before. vnnraplf. T nlmttlrl lir rrlad t to buyaDw- , - , tticm, uuttitcrc. aro bo many - - on& MW1-- publio dlready, somo reopmmenatu . . ye. thing, otjtqre ;for anotber, : anuui" r ry thmg, that I have noconfidenco ' 'ecU. them, beliovlng them all to be made w r lativo purpose?, Witlioui "" "nlmena prietory mediolneB'aretoo highly a01' 1Uhis ed, abd mado merely for Peou?t,0,n4nsffer may bc; but.tbese Pills will bo frrun?l.ch they an a gencral .thing, tbepurppscstorwu aro dcsigpcd. , ;r vou Try them and' see for yoursejt, " not like them, rcturn the box witiM" noth. der of the pttls and they will J0 tb ing. CaU for Mds.ta'8 TilV and seC ui name is on the box. . ,iation 19 frrFor further nartiouia.rs ''tn.ee them sec pampmei, sum --- mG,cni .V 1 "t - HUS ,. J. C. Bingham, and by most an - in the county.