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THU DUrCIIH V.Vd MARHHOI-
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DildiMtt rootlc O'HtUfy ottawj i
V tvnri swisr, ) jwt tnsti Lt
V.t riant iijmndr imh,
T"kiil nwn fr jssur
7 lJ hr veH M fif(,
III talk, Imllrrpiis.. 1 eaWr. j
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I)st ttfl r smote liie
Y, J sou tMiu fUatia
1 .1, Jnh dsr.
I)t )u (ifl lair icr jhii tiutUad
I)!s ma, iuIMiii cit-c; i
Im iR pJ siJ mini wit sua i
Wsh,irso, meet Mi osa.tt
l.w;li b'r. be cjsIIm, rit lr rVghi,
Aud il.itf Mi 1k. m1 imu.
Vc)l,Jrn,l now. kI mill w t.ll,
VhlJ.y 1 nt nj kritf,
HfMtttc you Wi, l t ton mind.
Von name, ton man, rtw btsf
I .t.irli a,tsW sirred tint-,
I)h- irmtf imoil tie.,
It'lorc mine tf., tint, K"!e tfxi I'ull,
At all dese eyes.
And, stilt i.err.l scripture tyt,
V.l tint ualtri Ufrtln I
l. I U'i mm Jot arotvltr put
on imiu durt tern irn r.
AuJ )on tititrjroomdar', bur you ilep,
111 Hot lt go jriHir rr
llrfire you .uiwer iuc tin tins;,
I)t ih fart nA Bimf Mhst t
Tin: poor nnincm.
KT KCIIIIIIIT WaMII.
Kom )cr ago I obtained judgment Tor n mm
not very large, nor jet inconsiderable, pnitit a
follow citizen, the father if a numerous! family,
who lived uuli Idem in a decent rind apparently
CorofurtjLlc style. Repleaded present insbi 111)
to p.y my lawyer told inc that In lions chold was
woll prowJod, Hut hi. clnldrcii uoro placed in a
f'wd school, an J in short persuaded me that iT I
punlied tiling" to extremities, or directed lliat tint
hon!d be dune, and in duo tunc was Informed, tint
that my debtor had diecharf-ed my demand, but
thai he had hern lodged in jail, nnd his IjiisIikmj
broken up. The intellinnro Martled and tlnpriiiL-d
me I complained and reinonetratcd but was ur
ged to the eflect oftho new Hiliiation upon my
man. A fortnight eloptcd ; tny heart nnd iuinj;iii.
lion were at work in the intcrtsl in favor uf thn
pruoner j I determined to rcliccv my diatnrbed
contcicncc by visiting him nnd e-crtaining directly
My attorney accompanied mo to the jnil which
I entered for thu firat time. As wu travcrM-d the
rn"pc, wo faiv numbers ufHijiiallid beioj;? collect
ed in nine of the rooins ; me woro thu very poor
drhtori j fouic of llicin confined fur n dollar, and
addlod with cotl of suit to thrice the uinourit.
Their labori were hit to aocicty for months or
year, on aicount of debta, the amount of which
tbey could earn in a day or week. 'How do thev
ipnd their time hercl 'In Imtlcnii idlcncbs or
groi convcrtation, or moping and desponding. It
doc them no good to be here, and it is cnonh to
tutkeons a.irry to no their wivi n and children when
they come after them.' So (.aid our c'inly condur-
tor. He led ua to the aparlmnit of my debtor mid '
pfUoncr ho would not practice the coreimmy of j
announcing ui, but opened tho door abruptly anJ I
retired at once. I .topped at tho llirealiliold md j
contemplated the group within.
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neatly drcas ed, playfully hugging 'each other nenr a"
... . fi.1.1 1 1. 'f' fc
cot, of which 1 noticed two, III oppoaito coiners.
Near tho fire place, in which a few sticks were
burning, aal a female of the middle age, and a gun-
teel exterior, making up lin.-n ; by her a eirl of a-
bout thirteen or fourteet, year, ofage, with a grace-
M.i. ... 1 :.. 11; . 1 .
air and intelligent countciianco, alao working ;
a little further, a man a gentleman of about forty-
j iicic ncia iwo Miiau ciiunrcn, a gin nnu uoy,
fire ye.,, of.ge. of. sedate, but mournful eye.'n ' Tl.enu.te dultari,, hrllr v l,ead-c.U,. J nSnur ilcpOT
pate, thin vis. go' a negligent attiro. rostniT hia hand 1 V" , " ,' . E" M'"1 w,,ch "lr ""k "'ates-'boblink si.ting of choice Jlnrccaui from operas as produced heic and
fondly on tho head ofnii infant who sl.itnbe.rod in ' l,u,",b-'in'-Cl''d "Mi- I'hil.sy-I'hdiiy- rrr.t llntain, popular glees, ballads, songs, duets, wait
L. 1.' nl? , , "1',nlw'" "'"Oerod in ,o ,wtel-,wtet-he'll die 10011 Ii desr !' Tshavv- I1". Tc- r""n'ng. in tho wholo, a collection of choice and
his Up. The room had a gluomv and damp aspect,
and the tt.mpling of feet, the creaking of hinges,
(ltd the clamor of rude voice, without, did not
weaken the general impression of discomfort. I
entered .ingly the mother and daughter rote from
their hard ch.iri the father alone knew my por-
on be t iiinedittely but tenderly, placed tho in
fant in the mothers armi, an! Amw pronautcoa my
I. 11 m , , .... .
ah.ll never forget the rUnce which I cot from
the two females it e one of mingled roproach,
rc.entment, ...d pi.eou.nes; snbdoed. however,
v, ... 11., , 11.11 ciuiinu toiiurcii iunuu
tcUdenly from their play, aud stood gazing as
they had herd a sound with which thcr connected 1
fear and disliks. The debtor with a steadfast, bat
not ofTtustve look, though with a quivering lip and
trembling hand, brought foru.rJ 0 chair" and ro-j
quested mo 10 ha seated, and asked me tny ploas.
ur. A. he did so. the wife and daughter wiil.dinv
lAUIIi , fha r-tm .ii.ln..... . A 1
"viv. 111 ill" 111 iraiiBinilie VOUtl-
ger folk, fmmexel.in.lion. and eluae .urvev .. vvh.eh
I aftimmf a(l aTdln! ttnn In t l.d ......
- "" w 's iiiutl B in'fi 1 1 if
vne.imesi in rrcolecling what had happened ; rny
fCrfrel .tins utuatlun; tny lille to complain id his
conduct ; the doty which I nwcsl to mys( and
family. Sie. 1 1 listened to me mhout embsrran
ment, observed when I appeared to have done, that
1 hid riercitcJ a legal tight, and that he wa. not
disposed lu upbraid ne or eipostulile ; and ho
tbda proceeded to give me explanations, which he
.i,c mm imm inc suspicion oi ma-
bones ly or eitr-me W,-(ty (n cvntracling debts, yp.
on hicb suspicion I might have acted. He mkih
rasde tneKnrible thai when be formoJ rogagouneit
uith me be had a rvasoaaWe coBfidencc. from the
cotstlition oflus afiaira, cfb4g able lo execute
tbera putKtuaUy , and thathis disapasMniont and
mina vera on tog tn. the dehnqoeney of priin. he
vanaole4 intruiwng. and to the operation ofthose
SSnsnlrsnlN uhirh li.J ... I I . . .....I. J....
m "f - iivgirra HI IliUtH uiruril
aoi.mbarri.iroenithrooBhwt.he cotrntry. Your;
-iTJVJ'rf 7 Ti'T ,fu,.a,hwJ' ,nd wrfU
. e 1 lUf t"Vn'v Xhlt oar Ju'
erauj a.o I'tsi i m.rr.;
hue aralH.or tu4 ontitme U pay rot by
Hat It a ifKafrtfiale to the nercM rfmy
fdim In btaea tkat I Kolil Vee up the aaf"-
Hf rfMui prviffyK; my wtle mI mtrelfhtd
Wr r aeeatilAfn'l i re tn lxrt. In endrivurm;
I bale (Mr irfrrx I'afly iMtrocivd a ttd train
J, u parr. aj ly In thn ml pouriful impul
f of tl hrart. nJ to the cuiHrideratlon that they
naaU t mtitr tVo and eager In iHaeiaergo then
.slis, hIucIi ihtir parent" might not be mm
w.fii ;n rrrvc We piartfotftl all the thrift "hich
rfcaarfcM and prttlment nmM admit ; nit thai w
ciKipanbU? itk Hir pi"poK of ftiaally doing jus
tttft In yma. To drttroy mr credit wa to iurapa-eUtU-
ne in every way. Ym uinfer wrooj
fMMfk)iii, and I nmlrrhlnix that ymi unilld nnt
liatrn to I lie re', httry f ny cite, I aMtme ftr
tttatdr and rerination here, to Mitain the rpir
ufmy eitcilonl vsife.who will not l repnratcd frttin
Mr, tat my awrl and r are till vritng with
prWat tfw rtiii trnr prirprt Ibi the till lo mie
Dlt thrtt arc in f'Otl heslili ami of liiodnipo-itlfli)
tea work toftlrwr ami prrnre a tuMMuiiU'
brn we hall be exiriratrd from Iht phre.
Mj" rM'l bny, ami nil the (:hcr, citrept the
fnutlgeat darling, iWp at the liouac of a knidi-ia-ttr
16 law. We hate Inenda who would come to
mir rolifl.but wo d d not wich merely to I ra infer n
Mit, In to d'iijf, Jxflhly injme thorc for whinn we
wme bnnnd lo feci tho inont regard."
I deliod t hoar no morn. With n choked lit
torn lire. I made 111)4 worthy man undcrittand lliat I 1
irtiuld remne nt once nil impi diiuenl to Ur egteri.
Ill eye brightened, thn wife nnd the children nd
nnred, driving ilmtingniaheil my rmntion nnd in
tention almnFt mtutlitely : I was t-avod from 11
rcane of gratitudn. uhuli would lmc been m(re
irk'onie than that ol cor row, by the entrance of n
Ufrtnatc, nnd a rmarl lad, who proi ed to be the riMcr-
in-laiv nnd the eldtst (.on. The fmmer carried n
basket in her hand, covered Willi a white towel, ond
the children rccined to be well ncquniuted with the
natuii) of it coulniitf. lleiictulcncc and t.oblet.ejf
ahnno in her fice.
Whcn iny tiamo !rur! the car of tho iiigetiioiif.
and spirited lad, hin looks were audi an liis fiitlier
thought it Decenary to reprosi nt once by a similar
mien, directed to hmr I could hnvo felt 110 rcsent
m"iit if the) had all tailed nt me, to deujily contrite
wniil for having blaated the liappincaa nnd fortune
oft-uch n family, by a really improvident attempt
lo recover what wag not iicriwary to my own tup
port nud credit. .My vexation nnd topeiitanoo wore
heightened as I examined tjiu room, nnd observed
the fumily bible on the rough inble, nnd tome vol
umes of the I'ugliih clashics collected by the broth
or for tho uto of tho Mstcr. Tho generil converi-ft-t
Kin which ensued impressed mo with reepect for
the good i-cntc and ceiitimcnt, nnd liberal improve,
miitit of my new friend I ray friends, for such
they wetc at once inclined to be, notwithstanding
my agency in their new Into.
Vmi will think mo tedious, Mr Kditor, but I
hhall not trespass much longer 011 your patience.
The neipiel of my Hory ix that my 'debtor, very
mini nftcrhe was rek'3bcd,wns obliged to emigrate
with Ida family lo u village in the interior, ns ho
could not bo reinstated in bin credit nud former ea-
I leer. They toil t'icre in n more humble way ; hope
j to ho still abio to pay nil their debts, nnd enjoy cul
I isfnclion which I n.ay envy.
I Hhall detent forever tho words imprhonintnt far
de'.it, nnd tniiat beg of you, ifynn fchould hear of any
instance of the arrest ofdead budics, to brand them
with the infamy which thoy merit.
the voici: or simunc.
The Nli niil Euglo thua litcrnlly trnualalca tlic"un.
written music ofprtn:"
"How innuroii! ii the voice of ipring, precectlinj from
evrry Iiuhr II11115 in tlicHir, and iiiiiorig the rccdi of tho
brook. Ju.l lulcii Thsre'a an old bull-frog on the
margin of tho ttrenni, with one lej in the water by wsy
of n cooler. Haw he tliruini hwhv mi bit 1 i la(c viol
ihuns limns tlionz tilling throng omit !' That
fr"Sr""'l'I''te play, the treble to chnrni. bre.tl,.
, "'i rio.il exqumtc melody witliunt senrce openin-brr
, ,nuth-'lc weel te.w. ot-lnrr-irr.ir hirr-r le-wcet
1 sh !' And down rhetlarli into the wnt'r hrrgrcal
! i"" awfully mangled by a itonc from nme cruel Loy.
!',,tn ,lll."0''1"' '"dir-lh.t 'ritu-eycd monMir,'
j K ,C h7,umh ,m "il :,:,e"!,C,;,h arJU,"i11l!'-
ncr inm i ne ilamli up ki msjeiucally azaioit that
rcal.Tuddy got droonk-l'mldy got-dromik-Kot-drooiik
I oonk uiik' and down heson lo wet Im whistle.
pjnavv ptnaw cliuck, In 111 the throibcr. 'Miaw
niK vyimew' squeaks thsent.bmh 'Who-whin-poor-
win, cries one. 'Ivuly-di J InrilU another. 'I'll come '
and see, I vti;I, will,' sin-s the yellow bird.nml soiin- I
tht) all their unwritten mus.c, withuiit a ducoidunt note, I
uulevs. oeiluivt. Trim ,,. Ii . , 1 r
j bu has caught a wheiriu. cold from lyini too'lou- tn
.... ..v.m-. ,.,,,. won was nit lilni' near and
Intnioi (,. thcchorui, w..uld ),jvc ,lltaVsu her sides aud
ventured three or four salutary horudati -hi if it had
n,ll ll,.rl ait.ll .mil tll. ..... .. u
i - k.'iivu,icii nt'i vvcaincr.
IliColulioHitni It.itttn. W 1
, be , complete list of the pnuapal bntll .fouchl
tion of a fow in the anullmrn HMis
ISatlle of Concord, April 19,
Battle of IlanWr Hill, Juno 17,
Usttla of Old Hampton. Va. uhore we lr,
5 docked voasalu, some time in November, 17
Untie of tli-j (Jreat lltidge, near Norfolk,
a. uts-enioer 1 o,
ll.ll!.. .,C1 1 .1 1 .
Haute of F.m Wash'.ngt.m sll ' 17
Itatile of TrfiIou, wbwu 1000 Ilassiaiu
wore japtureu, Dee. '20,
Untie of Princeton, Jan. 2,
llatt! nl Itcni.mgton, Aug. 1G
( Hutlc of Ueaod.wiiio' .Ss.l l)
Ihtlle of Ceroiantown, Ort.l,
llorgaytie'i army taken nar Saratoja,
llattlct'eif tu Itwl Ihnks, Oel.
uaiuo ul f.,nnioutb. June SS,
, lt,ttlo of Suner l'oiol, July 10,
I Hatilo nf camden, Ag. 10'
Usttie of Coup, b., Jaa. 17
lUtl of (tailfara, N, C. March 15
Massacre t OroUin, Ct. Sept. 0
li.ttlo ef Ruw Sprwga, 85pl. 0
Uailit of King' Mount sin Oct. 7
,'CrnalU. and bu army t,ken Oct. 10
' wv" I
The St. Aueu.tine Herald di.pute. (bo rumor
,h,t tbo lDd'" would experience a .c.r.itr of pro.
vtt' irom lh cr'uny of Al.cubua alone ihev
Jrj nver, aud rou'' rd J
r-'-n crerV, frety t
to fiOO m-ne, and iher own pmperty in cattle a
mntttitrd tti 20,000. beiidcs a number of horses, and
the (jiantily of fannacfoua rjota (rluelly anow
inot)uo whh-h tliry fred,'fC inexhaualable. having
bc-4 quaiintiea of bread stufTn, They have car.
tied olfali the corn from the plonratinns and storis
it, ami with tlif) rlra Isbnt of raptuied alavca In
adatiltnii to their own. will be able totaUeana
bundanto. IttMdi-, they haio gatherotl a good
deal of door plundered from wreck u the coast.
One year it nnioanted to 1300 bartoti.
A.Miiiiiia mi r unx at Thunto.v A let
tor, dated Trenton KaM, Joly 10. says t "Aa t
were going rmt In mm the fall, a Imy ramo rnnning
ill' taying that oim of Mr Tlfori, rlitlrfenn, a Utile
girl about 9 years old, hid fallen in am! jfrnir over
theftlN. All aji 1 iinC'isnw, aim msii iifioMrit"
the f (Kit. Aa I an ites s-n.Hl.jr Hie u 11. I'ntf s'air
case 1 found Hie r- or the h .re) tvi o i-n
rntly dead, bn 10 -r in tn extii .. 1 ,
ruro assistance. Mr Mi"i'i. U tils Ur
bon to lb eiieiin ia 1, an I eie r-'n t' '
ihny came to the old faii.ihe aervi" y
I he child Irom its father' arinx, arid i main .11'
when in Kimo way he fell wiili (he rluMinto the
whirling nilor belotr. The imn wn. Mived. It
iK-ctired at tho sunn spot from which Miss Huydnin
fell in 18-7. Nothing could be more distressing
tii m the sight of Mr thorn's family ns it roliirni'd.
It wan truly heart rending. Tho parents, n sister
about 19, and 3 brothurs and one that was no!."
pitospncTUs ok a ni:w voi,umi:.
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' vvholosale puces. Also, OOODS, auch as I'cd
lars genoially nam, at a small advance from coil.
N. U. I'edl.u who aro wiihing m purchase at
tho above named shop, will do well tncall.
N. OICKEHSON cj-CO.
Ludlow, Feb. 25, 1S35. 1 1
j I'li.vsioivrcics -
TJ1SSE Gni'll coBtim.e lo pay ruihaaarc
rcs'oied, ard to ttausact oil butimit for pen-
si-'ta, aa usual, at his office, " do-rsi north of the
Irving, and the arrival of the English at Jamestown, from
tho tales of J. K. Taulding, piinted by Cliapnnn, cjpressly
fur the work, will boensraved bv Danforth in he.t ninn.
FItO.M Itufuv Ctow ley's Pailure, in Mount
holly, on ill e 2d imt. a light ll.W MAlti:,
six eata old, short ilnck and liiic -nn the nose.
Sniil mnte had on .1 light Poke when ihe went
anay whoever vvill return or give inform. tion
wfiete sciil ni.ti; may be foil ml lo the luliioiibcr
or to Ittifut Ctow lev in Moutitliolly, shall be
genrrously rewarded anil nil necessary rlurgei
CI.IFI OHU HAHIUSS.
July 21, 1830. 31
FUST received by JAiUKS tlAUMKTr, Jr.
J n variety of moulditig anil llcncli TOOLS,
which will be sold nt fair prices.
Itiiilanil, July "f, 1S30. SI
iw nr & M.4SON
I AVK juat toceivml for .sale LKfSUOlvN
1 t TLA I'S und line Diuistiililn utitl open
5 I'll AW I10X.NUTTS.
INDiA HUItllCU CLOTH for Citriiage Tops,
Cntliiiiis, limits, Av.
ALSO:-I'A SI 1 ION A uLe HATS,
STANLKi S IIION WAUIC-a full rssott
Itnlhtnil July l!5ih, IS3G. 31
1), the subscribers, being njipointnl liv the
Hun, I'rob ite Court for the District ol
llutluml, conitnissioiters to receive, examine nnd
niljusl till cl.iinn nnd ilctnnniJs ol nil pcrsiui?
tigaittet the estate of
late of 31 1. Tnbor, in faitl dislricl, tlccensed, iep.
resented insolvent, nnd nlso all claims nnd tie
mnuils exhiliitcil in oflsel thereto; und months
(torn the Gib dny ol June Inst, being nllowetl by
said court for that purpose wo do therefoie
hereby give notice thtil we will attend to the bu
siness ol our said appointment nt llic dwelling
house ofLydia Foater in Ml. Tubor, on the I5lh
day of November next, from 9 o'clock A. Al.
utilil A o'clock 1'. AL 011 said dny.
IIEN.I. UAUNES, ;
JACOR HILDRETH, Comm'rs.
IJAVIIJ SAVVY Kit, )
nt I'it'.sford, this Gill day of July, A.
7 Elbe sjbscribeis being appointed bv
tbo Hon. Probate Court fur the district
ofitiitlnml, commissioners, to receive, examine
and ml just all claims and demands of nil persons
against the estate of
late of Rutland, in said district, deceased, rep
resented insolvent, and also all claims and de
mands exhibited in offset thereto; and six montlm
from the tlh day of July inst. being allowed by
said court for that purpose, we do therefore here
by give notice that we will attend to the business,
of our said appointment, at the Store of H. N.
Onokin fi Co in Rutland, on the firnt Mondays
in Seplemher and October next, from 1 o'clock
until .1 o'clock l M. on earh of said days.
SAMUEL GRIGGS, ? .
II. N. GOOKIN, tj Commt.s.
Dated ot Rutland, this 0th day of July, A.
D. 183G. 3,
7 0 PltnsOXS SWFKltl.VG FROM ft IIF.UM.1 TIC
To the FAitor of tht Inquirer :
1111 On the principle inculculcj by tho grenl nnd
i2J good f)r. IVniiUlin, In dilTu'B nt widely as pimible
every mean io our power to initiate orsollen the alilic
lions of siilTcriiiK humanity, I feel it iiicuinbeiil upon me
to make known through the milium of your useful pa
icr,tlut on reading therein nti advertisement of J)r,
Jcbb's Liniment, for the c.uto of iiiif.umatism, I was
forcibly impressed with a belief Hint it wna calculated to
remove! the severe Rheumatic htrection lo whieh 1 hnd
been for loven or cijlit years subjected, sometimes ul
most depriving me of the uto of m limbs. accordie
ly procured a botllo. and before I hud used the whole of
it, found very sensible relief. This inercased my confl.
dencc in it, and led me to ohuio nnnther hot tic, (he ue
of which bus completely removed the swellings arid pai ,
of my limbs, together with the cramp, nnd restottd them
to their wonted vigor.
I a in respectfully yuurs,
, GKonos: Taylor, Jr.
Hempstead, I,. I. March 24llt.
Persons aulTcring fiom tbo above complaints, mil in
despair ol a cure from the failure of the various remedies
they bavn mrd.nrc invited to m il.e trial of Ibis long nnd
eelebrntcil mcdieine, which line in years past eured ami
relieved, bs it is also now doing, thousauds who bad des
paired ot relief. .Nothin- but u fairtnal eugive annd
cpjato idea of its tinrivnlled excellence. II ii alio one
nfthclifst npplieiitions known for stillness of the joints,
niimbnes, sprains and ehilhhiins. I'riee .r.O cents.
trin,. .'rnltlnn iitil.a .i..i,.,l l- I-
-j ,.s ,. ,',(!, nn ini'
wrapper, (role proprietor and sucteuor lu Or Cnnwur,)
liy whom lliey uro lor sale, nt In, Counting Room, No
09, Court street lloilon, and by bis special appointment,
by I)ihf.i.s tc llr.r.i.. KutlauJ ; hi:V Lkwu, Wells;
Aim ms, War.mkk U Co., I.uJlnw.
n:nfl Ac r-Iason,
TA VE for sale 20 Gags BLASTING J'OW.
-X HER. Also, Roeer'a Oran?c. and Wilk'a
Giilisb Rifle POWDER.
4 5 lioxos 0 by 7 nnd 7 by 0 Lnke Dnnniore,
Salisbury and eonimon WINDOW GLASS.
2000 I-ctit, difTcrent hie WINDOW
Rardwell'a Cast Steel AXES. Grain CRA
DLES - manufactured by Jonah Wicker.
Also; IIYI, COTTO.X 1V.V: UOT'J OJV
lUTJ'S; CJ.Y).E IIICh'I.YO.
Holland, July IS, 1830. .10
9 r Ki'T constantly on hand,
Js! and for e.Ie, by the eub.
senber, who hit been appoint
ed tolt .Igent for this vicinity,
Rutland, Hcptember tiii, 1830.
fall-ill Revolving Horse ICakcr
IjlOR tale by the ownerx of the I'aienl Right,
: C. & Q. C. RICH. Friceat the Factory
$10 00. To person addtessiujj from abroad,
pr mail or othervvise, they will deliver Rike. at
the least coat.
Slioifham, June 22, 183G. 28
A LARGE assotiment of all kind, ol Blank
Wotk, well bound and good '.per, will
always be found et thr Rutland Book Store.
.Southern V. M'4 ,tti n Mnl-.Stner
i- 0l ur trvTHn
DXRnCT LINE rjAOM RtTTtsAKD
' " ' iioi, .l.f..V 1 ,J. S.lIMTVU.i
I EAVES RUTLAND r.vrnv moiisi.n.
, I!,"101'?" ,N 'N,: as follotsi : Tucsv
drtys, 1 hiltsdavs, and Saltitilnys, at 'i otluck
pawinR lhroiiRb Manchester, AtlltiRinn and Cam!
bridRe nnd arnves hi Albmy in .t-ason for the
oals forNevv Votk. ANo, the same days, fJf
I ittsfii-ld. Mast, nnd Hartford, Conn. ; passing
throuph I'.eiiiiinntoii, Williarmfonn, Adams, and
Latieshoro' to Pitlffiel,l-heii.f the nearest and
by far the bent mod from the North part of Ver
mont (o Hartford, Connecticut.
Also, on Monday , Wednesdays, nnd Friday!,
leaves It III lallti ffor tbo lireenl .1 .1 ll..l, L
ini.. Din,,, ,,, i , ii v nnu .larnioga tit 7, and
Albany at S o'clock, 1. M.
I.I'llVC Atfl.lfll' Hi 'I iiMlrtrsn nti.1 .1
M All. I t..tt..n. i.. II-
-") IIIHSIIIU IS. IU1 UI 4
o'clock, A. M. -Ariivcs the i-.tno evening at
Rutland to IiuIrc, vvltere it intersecls SlnRea for
the North nnd East to all parts ol Vermont and
V.... II- I.!.- 1
m " JMlllimilll.
The I'lttillc is assured ihnt as Rood Tenmr.
Conches, careful nnd experienced Diivers will be
found on this route ns any in this suction of the
country, nnd nolhiiic; alull be untiling on the
pait of the l'roprielors to insure safety, regularity
and despatch. (kjjn-,.ifrn;irigc ralieh'til.
G. S. lUtOWN, & others, rTvpri,tor$.
Rutland, July, lS3fi.
POST-RIDER through West Rullnnd, Ira,
Clarendon, Tinmuuth, Danhy, Dorset,
Manchesler,nnd WnllitiKfnid,will supply all calls
for the llutl'tml llcmlil, I'rrmimt Stutrrman, and
otiy other papers winch he etui conveniently ob
tain, nnd willnlno furnish any HOOKS that niny
be wanted on bis route, nt Book Store ptices.
July 15, 1830. 30
LITKRAUV GAZETTE :
.I M'F.KKLY FAMILY XFAVSPAPEH,
Ih-voUd tu Literature, Criticism, the Fine JlrU, Cen
tral Intilliurntf, AVtes, ij-c. dC.
riuir. two Doi.t.a. i-Ktt ass.-rAVAin.K t advance,
ri-un: I'lin.ADr.i.piiiA hatuuday nf.ws embn.
JL ccs every variety of lit? lit literature, including. Tabs,
Poetry Ktsnya, Criticism Notices of thn Fine Arts, lbs tin
ma, iVc. The original matter is supplied by writers of tns,
first eminence, A regular correspondence is nnintsinrd
with Washington, mid the principal cities of the Unina, and
arr.mijeincnta aio in progress by which letters from Curops
will be constantly furnished,
Attcnlinn is pan! to securing at the entliest possible due
the choicest nroduetlnna nf the I'ngllali perlmlicnl prrti
Popular novels aro iwcaainnally given, lhou(-h not sunVrrd
to inierrero with a general variety. The latest new,andsU
items nf Interesting Intclliccuco will Invsilablv form Inn J
The Ns.vv s is printed on a folio sheet of the largest clsss,
and furnishes as large an amount nf reading matter aa any
weekly piper nnw published in this country. Attention is
more particular!) paid to tho iualily than to the rpnntlly of
articles furnished, and the publishers pledge themselves lliat
it Ins noennnccion with any Dally, Weekly, or Monthly,
Tho matter is written and set up eiclusirefy for the pspsr
and is not again used in any other form,
The Nr.wsis conducted in a spirit of the most fearless in
dependence. All allusion to p-uty politics, or secrarian it
llgion will be carefully avoided.
I.OUIS A. RODKV.
Agents oflhls paper will 1 allowed the usual commissien.
8ir copies furniahed for ten dollars. All payments to U
made in sdvancc.
Orders, free of postage, must bo nddrc.sed to
l, a, oot)i;v, Se.CO.
No. 100 WslnutSt, I'liilsilelphls.
LUTHER DANIELS, has just received fram
New York, an addiiion to bin former atock
of Stnplu ami Fancy GOODS. Also, fos sale
IJIanchard's, M'Nutnari'H, Sibley.', and Dar
lings' improved Cast and Herman Steel Scythes;
Meicli nits will be supplied with Rlancbard'i
Scythes by the dozen at the tnaniifaclurers' price.
Scythe Snailis, Raltes, Fitch Forks, Rub Slonci,
&c. &c. Also, for sale,
TllOY FLO VII, .XOVASCOTM PL AS
Till; Tuitus Island, CuAr.su VVestkhk aud
Ituiland, July 4, 183(7. 28
rpAFT'S and DARLING'S celebrated Catt
JL and German Steel SCYTHES, for sale by
JAMF.S nARRETT, Jr.
Ai.so:::::LAMPSON'S I'atent SNATHS.
Holland, June 21, 1830. 27
IMMEDIATELY Five Journeymen Cabinet
Makers lo whom fair wtigea will be ;tven
A LSI): 4.000 Feet of good Rusuood boards
5-8 Inch (hick.
C. C. ALVORD.
Rutland June Ith, 1830. 26.
Johiah IVoiii'mu's. ICnlale.
State cf Vermont, t T R it remembered
IHilrict nf Rutland, it. , X that at o staled
I'mbiue Couit held at Rutland, within and for
sHid district, on the first Monday, being ih
4th day of July, A. D. IS.Ifi,
Samuel II. Kello,;, administrator of the estate
of Josiah Nourae, laloof I'ittsford, In said district,
deceased, proposing to tender an account of hit
administration and present hit account against
said estate for allowance '
Ordered, That said uccouut be examined in
couit, at a session thereof, to be holdcn at the
Probate Office in Rutland, within and for said dis
trict, on the 1st Monday of August next ,-And
that 'he publication of a copy of this order, three
weeks successively in the Rutland Herald, print
ed al Rutland, as' loon aa may be, .hall be .uf
ficient notice to all concerned to appear, il tbey
ee cause, and object thereto.
29 '. If. IIOPKLXS, IUguUr.
PAYMENT is particularly requested on all
demands due to the late firm of DANIELS
& BELL. LUTHER DANIELS.
KutUnd, July 4, louC C$