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Hit tfinom trr tilftrj;
Thl afWrniK.n ttVll itajr al Immr,
An) prtilwe tli t-1 tew otir.
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thougjit.s ron young and old.
In eotnmoii with n tnnltitudo of frionth.iind u mf-
feting public, we i-jli fur deliverance from t lie li-
trn'Cd errors and folirs of tlm day.
'O for lixljt lu ii me mil itiMrrmt',
8juii might jr coli;uiljr f Sli.lf !'
Hut tain tlio midi, fur (ill I lie wilderness wo find
it one made up of youth and men grown rank in
pride at home In folly st tlm iclnn.lt. In pride
at home! Vc for the want of discipline. In tins
shameful surrender of parental control, anJ more
hamcful neglect ofpaicntal instruction, lies a
cmef aoimo of -.'rowing evils wh'cli ar cursing this
UnJ of promise. Legislature my cnict la i i, and
heritr execute them philosophers may .peculate
and dream uf improvements in the condition ol men
moralists may compote and publii-h their essays
on social and civil relation and ministers lecture
n ttudicd form, and if there be not a change in
the system of parental or hmne diiiphno and edu
cation of children, the world of vulgir ico and
fashionable fully will advance.
It ia not fur want of knowledge, for of this there
is a deluge. On almost every kitchen or parlor
shelf in tho nation, are wen annuali sotting fori Ii
the claims of the early discipline nnd correct edu
cation uf children at home. Invoked in business
or engulphed in fashion, or rccklctsly inditlerciil,
parents know, but will nut do! Ilavin" never
been goicrncd, and of consriuericc never govern
ing other?. They eco the dwcllinc stream nfUi.ld
1th arrogance and sloth breaking forth and poring
its noxious dregs around them ; am! as if deeming
it an oil! better borno than cured, they rnadu not
an ctTurt to cuuntcrict or turn it back !
Thus without il'icipliue, the fnoiito child,
I.iks urUclpJ fur--tcr, ruai mid.
All this is ut every day occurnnca tt proof
it louno siiiol tho ilitgiaceiul (.ubbingn arnl scream
inga and screainsing of inaddtiied urchins around
the domestic fireid found in tho rccltlt3s inde
pr nuence anil atubom poutings of young hrJi and
Udir who will All our public and pmatc achouU
found in the disgusting rudeness, and boorish want
crmannKr, and annojing pranks of the Lillipu
tian nous which Huong villisges lanes and city
"Thii truth, on whi-ii drpcoJs our chief concern,
That 'lit our thame nuJ mn'ry imt to learn ;
Shiurt by the ndt of every path we tread
lit who icci not aiuit b blind, hecdi uut, den J:"
Talk of we may, and reprobate too wc may. the
spreading power u"imjurled ignoruiKe and ihame'
still our danger and woe aro often all D.i.noatin
limy are ripening lo baneful maturity in the nurtc-
ries, parlors and kitchens ofouruwn native citizend
l liese are the lurking placrs of tho foe ! Ycs.tbern
in me neglect ot tamiiy (lucipliue and correct ear
ly warning, win bo louml the Hcrculuus who is
latently but surely strangling the social and mil
fjuictuiic or tho nation. I'roud, uclf-willcd, idle,
rebe'.ious youth, as urged on lo dieda of mighty
oaring, uy uie vices cl tlio age will jjJJ h0 ,tis
ci the army which waay, is lobiiiege and cairv
by storm the citadel of our ccuntri's freedom.
From the time of t!io firt inordirous invasion of
individual riRht, to the prcicnt hour, wpenenco de
tlarcs that Ihcro can be no liberty without subjec
tolaw! In a govcrnnicut which is ss)cj by
the will of the multitude, tl.ia truth m fundamental,
ly important. Tor Lo it remembered, that early
training gives direction lo thought, and character
to ill, and thus to a lrcc people gives law r. Here
la the secret of success in uerpetcntiog the uplcodid
fabric -Tho Men cfOld" roared and bequeathed
us. The millions of our children must bo trained
in subjection to wholer-omo law in the family and
this from the cradle, or they rue up in ungov
finable pride, and spurning all restraint, will ,c-
mov :ne ancient laudinaiLs ami with mote than
vandal tread, will liample the constitution and law
or social lire, cf religion and political aalvaliun. in
tbe du.t. Wc need waste no tircu in legic, or in
rnjme ; ot insubordination in fannhcd is a spun
vi uuuurcio3iion in tcnooit, nsy in all the de
partments of human beinr. With such a mirit
goes the rurncc of every curso tbit earth, by tiu
la 1.1. a. I . ,
unr iu. i row sucii a curs
0ik, tnd d.rlir till ihs vsjn riir,
ArJ ho; ia hwror ruuoJ the thieit'stoe ikUi'.
oorw u nitiicieiit that this subject should be
ouposeo. ot will) longer' agh, or a proscr's uod.
It is an evil uncicumscribed mils aclion irnn.ra.
surableinits restilt-. Every Father and every
Mother, oo matter were they dwell, or what they
have eiahed or deprcsicd are obliged to act
well Ifcrir part ;
-Thire all tht v irtua liei."
They must appropriately govern and educate
Uttr ebildren at home, or be ttcurrint lo one of
the highest and noblest of all social, ciril.and reli.
C-ous dune., p.,,,!, hare no moro right tn rea
iwiii i niamoa sense
op aixl turn adrift on Mktirtj, a herd of Ignoiaut
ttul4ti., idle, vieisiua childien, no luallrf ai
Hied, In rags t.r in the Srt dtliei, than they
have to break prn our s;ires. pick our puckct,or
burn Msr dnotirHg at imkiHghi. Indeed, to sucl
children ate c for the mnl srt, it n-t wholly
iivJefcted Ur Ue nt.ts, the robberire, the mur
Jus, slid every ne of H.e namctfss rrunes that
dardco the piot around and before Ul
-WawU T" bU thwiM le sot ar dure,
,.aM, kwMi-J.'r nil thete at eorr ,
lnl to ieHl mJ (.hioollr ! :
Ti rVi ymsr imo m) aoi'savs lmit t
O'tr hitn h v IU noil lit htm luniVii ran.
AnJ ma aid swr tlx w-fhl " d'-;
Hl-r Owk, with 1i.JmimIiii U,
SIm'I win hN Ktait, mmI awvi hit duiukin prail.
li youth uf Miit. Mtit mrh atiril lu.
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r n the LimtriiL Star
j ion u i iri.K n a it'iATi vk ok tiu: vvii;:ck
OF T'lK Sllll' FRANCIS SPAIGHT.
tt 0r, til' 7 MB ClillW.
Tlie Francis Spaiijhl, of 3l."i tons, laden with
limber, Miloil from St. JoIuh, Xrw fooi.dlainl, f.n
Ihe 'J tih of Niivcndier, boaml for l,iini'riLk, Tho
ctetv amouti'id to fourti-en men, with the captain
and mate; they hil fine wfalher for a few day?,
but it allcrwnrils I lew ro linid, tlnil tliey woie o-
hbajtd to drive before tho wind. At three in the
morning of IV c. !) I, through the cnrclrfMic-p of
tho helmsman, suddenly broached to, and iu lc
than an hour she lay on her beam ends, the great
er pirl of the Crew aavmg themselves by clinging
to thn "(.'gin?- I' l rick Cusaclc and I'jtiick lie
hane WLte druvtiud .u the fu:ecnrtlc, and Gr.llilli,
the mate, in the after calm). Tho captain and
Mutviliu got In the fore ami the main mnst.t, nnd
cut the in aw a) : tho nii7.cn tup mart went with
them over the tide, and the thip immediately righ
ted. As toon as she righted, hIic nultli'd down in
the sea, and there was scarcely anyofhirlo be
seen except the poop nnd the bulwark. No sit
uation could bo more miserable than that of the un
fortunate crew, standing ancle deep on the wreck,
in a winter s night, uud cliimng to whatever oh'
ject was tho nearest, is tea after tea rolled succea
tively over (hem. On the dawn, limy discovered
that their provisions had been washed ovcrbosril,
and they hid no means of coming to any fiesh wa
ter. The gate cuntinucd unabated, and for rafetv
and shelter thuy gathered into the cabin under the
poop. Lvcn here, she was so deep with water, 0
dry plank could not be found, and their only rest
was by htanding cloeo together. At ten in the
forenoon ji vccsel was descried to the westward, hut
she stood far away beyond tho rc.icli of signal, arid
was 80011 out ot sighi. That day and tho next
pasbcd away without any change in tho weather
On tho third it began to moderulc. There were
l:) hands nhve. and had not tated a morsel of food
oinco the wicck; and ihcy hid only three bottled
ol wine ; this was served out in wine glasses, at
long interval;. There was some ocr asinnal rain
which they weic not prepared at tirst fur saving,
uut on inn toiirin or I1UI1 day they trot a cibtyni
under the mizen .nasli, whera it was lilled in two
dayp. The pctrnds in w hich little or no rain fell,
wore However, olien lung, to that they Hinted them
selves to tho snial!ot pomible allowance. In sov-
cn days alter the appnarance of tho first vessel, an
other was seen only four milea north. An ensign
was hoisted, but tho horu away like the Humor,
and was noon lost to their view. JJe.-puir uas now
in every countenance. How thev lived through
the succeeding live days it would be hard to tell
some few endeavored to eat the horn butluna of their
jacket?. llorrio.o us this situation was, it was
ir.adu yet vvoise by tho cenduct of the crew tow
arils one another. An their sufferings increased,
they became crofc and selfish the strung secu
ring a place .mi tlio cabin Hour, and pu.ihing aside
the weak to shift for themselves in the wet and
cold. There was a buy named O'brien, especially,
who eernied to have .no friend on board, :int endu
red every sort of cruelty and abuse. Most of the
men had got r-oro legs from standing in the bait
water, and were peevish and fretful, and apiirchen
nvo ol being hurl : as soon an O'Urien came near
them 111 search of t dry berth, he was kicked away
for which he retaliated ill curt re
On tho 10th Dec. the 10l!i day since tho wreck
the captain said they wero now a length of time
with. nit sustenance, that it vvaa beyond human na
ture to etidute it any longer, and the only question
tor iticm to consider was, whether onu or all of
them should die ; his opinion was, that one should
suiter iur the rest and that lots should be drawn
between the four boys, as they could not be con
siuerea so gieat a loss lo their friends as those
who had wives and children depending on thorn.
None objected to this ercept the bojv, who cried
out against the injustice of such a proceeding.
O'JIrieu in partictlir, protested against it and
some rnulttnngs were heard amongst the men,
that led the latter to appiehend thoy might proceed
in a more summary way. Friendless and forlorn
as he war, they weru well calculated to terrify the
boy into acquiescence, and he at length (.ubinitlod.
Mulnllr, now proparod some slukj of different
i. ngthsfor tho lots-. A landage was tied r.vei
O Jh-.ens eye-, and ho knelt down, re.lin.. hu face
011 .Mulnl u kr.eei . Tl.n l-.ii... 1...1 .v.- . ...1.. ...
, , , oiu n.r siieiis in
his hand, and was lu hold them op, , by one, de
manding whose lot it wa.. O'llrien was to call
out a name, and whMcver person he narri".! for the
shortest sink was lo die. Moliil'n t.i,i ...!..
first atiLk and demanded who it was for The un
rBC.r.Wn " ''V,!? Jo,,"ny ''cenan , and the let
demand was repeated, -on mytelr,"
Mulvtllc.a.J, tlMt was the death lot-that O'Urien
had called jt for himself. Tho poor fellow heard
the announcement without ulionrig a word. The
men told him he must prepare for death, and the
captain propuscd bleeding hi, j tie 3nn, T)u
cook cut h.s veins acros i., a ,,, kmfei Lul
could bring no flow of blood ; t,c boy himself at
einpteJ to open the vein at the bend of the elbow
but, .ike tho cook he failed in br.nging blood. The
captain theu said "This is of no oe," t better
lO pUt Lllll OUt of nxin ho 1,1 I f
, r-... v t wt;i-oiii nun tn tr.p
Ihroau" At thu' O'J.nen. lor the firft t.me. look!
ed iemned, anu begged that they would give htm
a little time; he said. he wa- r,.t,t ...i .......
;, T' -"," men ne would bleed freely.
I o this there wew eipres.ton, of dissent fro... .h
men ; and the captain a,d,tw.a beUer t once to
lay hold on hira, and Jet the rt, .... 1.;. ,i...
O linen, driven to exlitmitr. i-i,,A 1 u ....
n,Kr-zUt unc' .UtTdliZ
aOer death. There central liquation a
mongst thcin, when a fellow naofed liar Iogtmi sci
ted the boy. and they rushed in upon him l o
icrcamea and UrucclcU vioicnuy auoresni-g im
. . .. in . i..i.. ... Tt.,.
eoll in rarticniar, to ounivaii, n , ainoit -
.. . I....- .ml Ihs
poor youtu, was. nowrvn, t uu-..,
cook after considerable hnilation, cut his throai
. I. ... 1 IV . 1 I t.iMMii .-m as mtt 11 till I r lll'
nun a cnc miuo, iuu iwuhvhi i
I .. f. ..... I. m. ... - IttisaV
a. n..t. iin rlltfii f.rt liaJ lvcn rvortictrattwl '
tbobloocUss o'vitlU'ihe men. They artervvardi
laid ojKiii the buc'j, and sepitated the limb ; '" I
Utter were bu.g cvof the s'ern. while jM.rttuii 1.1 ;
ibu lurrtior wtie alU-tteti i r m n.i.Biaie utr,
and z)fBoH tivii one purlix k nf it. This was the
eicdlr.g ofthe 10 ilt day. They a:c again al eight
o'ciligl at night , but the tlltrst which was before
endurablo, now bc nim craving, mul thwy slaked il
t1th ses vwtor. Sevetal wcio laving and talked .
' till r E I' I'UI , rC'V"" iv " , -
wildly through tho titfht, and on the morning the
... I .. ...... M .....I ft. ..1H.II ....'1 IlllOtl llll-
vuvn it., 'jH. mnw, ...
ring (ht succeeding riijtlit, and as bis end ueoined to
oe apt roaming, nib veins ui ins nut it were cm, mm i
ihc Itlood drawn t'1001 Isiiti. This was the secoinl
ueaui. i.n nut iiini i cuane was n.co, noo
the boy llurtu on the folliiwing inoiuing, thoy
were obliged to be tied by the rro', and the lat
ter tuciuuuilv bled lu drrilh by cutting his throat.
Ih hane died unexpectedly, or ho would havo niffor
ed the Mime laic. NuM Mahoiiry distinguished a
tail and laised i slinnl of joy. A ship was cleailv
i tlh-i-r lin l.ln mid l..t. .....a Imp ni.ti.bn I.... t.i.lu till1. 1..
Signal weiu I Listed and when sliu annroatlieil
Ihcy held up tho liand. and font of OMlrion to ex
cite commiseration. Tho vessel proved to bo the
Agenora, an Aiiieiiean. She put off a bout to
their ftfslslu.iie, ai.d the survivors of t lie Fr,uieih
Spnight were t..ft!y put mi board I tiu Ajrriinra,
where they weru treated with the utiiist kindness.
npIIK mornbers of the Vermont Mutual
-S- l'irn Intlirntu'o ( 'oiiiikhiv rim licrcliv
notified tlint tlio follmving usscEsiiicnts have
been mude by tliu Directors, on nil notes in
r. .1... rn : i !. .
lurcc, un uie iuiiuwiii unjs, to vti :
1-1 of 1
1-2 of "
1-1 of "
1-2 of "
1-1 of "
1-2 of "
Mnltinir .1 tier cent nsnii:inniil fur tlin vpnr
, o i -- ' ,
snirl nnr nnntnirn to lw oust nn tlm nriirinal
I a' -W.
nmotint of the pteinitim nolo without refer
ence to any endorsement and to be paid to
tlio Treasurer (it Ins Oilier, in ATnntnrlirr on
or before the 19th day of October, 183G.
m opportunity will bo presented to lorvvard
assussrni'iits lie tlm mi'inliir of tlio T orllri.
ture, and thosu v!io neglect to forwardtheir
asscsKinents men, are relerrcd to tlio tun
section ol tlio Act attached to each policy
lor the consequences.
Uy order of tlio Directors,
CALVIN JAY KEITH,
Montpd.er, Jlug. 20, L83G.
Tho Printers of each weekly newspaper
in this Stale aro requested to publish the
noove notice tlireo weeks successively, and
forward their bills by the members of the
t . f .
i-cgisiaiurc lor payment. ii
ST.1TE OF VERMOjYT, TBI UK Hon
District of Itufanrf, ss. A the Pro
bate Court for the District of Rutland,
To all persons concerned in the estate ofLu
aj liiee, late of Rutland, in said District
On application of Hollis Frceman,Ad
ministrator of the estate of tlm s
it is ordered and decreed that all persons
ii.iving ncinanis against said estate, exhibit
IIIO SillilC tO t 10 said ni mmietr.'iinr fnr enf tin
mcnt on or belore the fifili d
i. .. . .. I-
our iio.vi, otiierwisc tney sliall be forever
uurreti. turn it is lurtlier ordered that no
tice thereof be given to all concerned, by
publishing this decree three weeks success
ivcly in the Rutland Ilcrnld. nrint nil nt Idit.
land, and by posting the same at four public
pmces wiinin the county ol Rutland, to wit :
At Reed's. Rcaman's. Smith'si nnrl 7'li mil's
Inns in said Rutland, within sixty days after
mo maKing ot tins decree.
Given iu Probate Court at Rutland, in said
district, this fifth dayofSept. A.D. I83G.
J7 r. V. HOPKINS, lennttr.
C L O T U -1) E S S I N G .
fjniJE subscribrrs having formed a cojiailner-
H ... ., . . " . ,
-Ii. sllll) in lin-:ilinv.' Iiixiiipks m tin. tv..cf i.u.i
, ,,, ', ; , r V i."
,nv . .1 , UJ' U0,K, 84 CtlWp aS Ul
any oilier shoii in ii-r.iiiniv. nml nosii.iiirrc t.ut-1
aoy oilier sboii in the cnlllilv. nnd euslfinirrc nov
test assured tliat their work shall bo ilor.o in the
best maimer. All kinds of produce icceivcd in
JAMES II. S.MITIJ,
v-lureiidou, August Oo, lb3G. 36
UUbC'iher!i, beitiK auponi'.cd by the
7 , ,"0"' ,,fbale Couit for" tho ditttict of
Kutland. commisiionois, loieceive, uxaiuine and
adjust all claims and dercatidi of all persons a
ganui the estate of
late ol Walliiiufor.! Ill 41(1 lft.( ft ft. (lMil.l-IC.,.1
represented in.olvcnl, and also all claims ami
demands exhibited ui ofTset llieieto; and six
monihs fiom Ctb dsy of Juur last, being allowed
by aidcourt for that purpose, we do ilicn fore
hereby give notice that wc will attend to the
ousiuestofourtaid appointment, at tbe Inn of
jam. Auurus in Walliijeford on the 7lli of Nov.
and I)ceraber next, from one o'clock until si
o'clock 1'. M. on each of said dayi.
IEN,NIS HALLETT, ) n . ,
A D.e63GU'al'inSf0rd M,5lh of SeI,t
sell ivt public Auction
on I lit)
I i nti tiibor ncxt at
. ...,tJ t. i m
t,,ri. Nhu,v . tlie
M IS A I iM-S III
cccntitt d by
FihuUIhi (i. Ii . d
ciitmUil im the
turn,,,. Ia C Al
v ik-. Ii- 11' cri'r.i v
slatitl foi mi) k iil il 11111 1
cuvv : oiie "iou cookn i! !lv
Iiop stove; tit. ice liiiieuii: J
xc, vviiiiii viiiu-ty 01 onu r iiouit-
,Cl.,iK.r ltjt, a CCOiul hand set
TOOI .!v liollnw . iiiivil. ices. A c ;
1.71111 I Ul1!,?) 1. 1.. .1 lil.lt, ill
(,, ihhihtous lo mention
Sinif Toi-I.t.-, 1. 1. mi: I. It, mul vat ions o
Alu), n goml .VI
privilege, to I,!2T
A In), n good Micliaiiic's i?li p, with
ai:i:l n.Li)v in.
KENDALL 1 I TNAM.
Sliii'vvshury. Aug. 1(J. 18.JG. "iG
I, A D I 11 S
UOAIVDZNQ &. DA1T SCHOOL.
AVI". Sl .IA VP inVV'IM.I. r.tnorl
fully announce lo patents mul giinriliiiii!. in .Mid-
..I I ! -I I . . , .1 . :. . I. i !. .
uiriiiii) onu iieigiuioriiiHiu, 1 1 1 a i ii is ineir linen
lion to coiiniii-nce ;i Skminauy, t oil v v&T.
IHKS, on Munilny, theCilt o( Septi'inlier nexl at
llic lioiise of .Mr Poivu'.l (fniniely otruiie(l by
.Mis. Willnrd.) near the College, where the
stiicleil Htleiition will In' given lo lliu LVhmi'iih,
11-tilth and M-Jials of jotiug L'uliei entru.iled lo
tin tr cine.
T U IT ION.
Common thiglnh Studitf,
ptr Quiirltr S3 .r)0
Fui.ik nnd Latin, tnch,
Mvik,iududintT the me ftlic Piano,
Airatigments have been made for accommo
dating n limited number of boarders in the es
lablish'nieiint, al 1 73 per weik, exclusive of
washing nnd fuel.
Al'uldh'hurv, Anguvt 20, 1630.
ILL he sold at public AUCTION, nt the
Slure recenllv oceiimed liv llm mli.-ii
her, on the (lay of September next, .it one
o'clock V. M. and continue from dnv lo day '(ill
told, the following, together with v'mious other
ai tides, viz :
Camblet and Tartan Plaid ; ryd, green
and white Flannels; Diaper; Twilling; Di ru
nty; SwiFs figured and Rook Muslins; Sum
mer Cloths; Erminett ; Caroline Plaids and
Slriprs; Laces, Veils, Ilandkfs., Ulack and
colored Criit)os, Edgings. Footings and In
,,' ,.' 0---0-- t - , n, ;
r.i'.rt inrs. Muslin (:ru.na Kt-ir.l- i.-l.ti,.
.0, -i--- , rJ .iit.j funs
and straw colored Satins and Sarsnetts; Silk
Cainblot ; oronn Cnmblot j Potornliiiin ;
Silk and Tabby Velvets ; Vcstings ; Gin-
VrJi,l i n , , i r -i ...v
U or cd a. d Cotton lose antl 1-2 lice
otlkuosc: Kid and Si ; mw ! . no
.... . -------- ...,
. vui(jui oinuings, necK
I wrist Comforlers, Silk nnd Piping cords,
If Rilh nnrl 'Pi.-It ...l'll l
laoc. Silk arul Tivist. Klnsu mwi 'imm,..i
- " '-'J "4 X IllUUllt
Ostrich Plumes, Uombazcttsand Circassians,
Moreno Cassimercs, wool Socks and Gloves.
uiiuii rnngc, tnicK tioots antl aitocs, Cloth
and Kid Slips, walking Shoes, Wo's. Calf
uiuni i nngc, imcii uoois antl suocs, U ol t
i tr- . . . . ' ... . 111
ouoes.i'iaiteil bow and plain Stocks, Castor
and Knnpt Hats, Waiters; Canister Powder,
(best,) French Yellow, Sugar Lead, Green
Arabic, Cut Saws, Cart Iloxes, Ivory and
Lamp Black, Glass, Chalk, G. Salts, trim
med ami untrimmcd Scythe Snnths, Seytho
Stones, 3 setts Scales and Weights, Shov
els, Ilritish Oil, &c. etc.
Also Parlor and Box Stoves; one Saddle;
. .. ; -"i v,.,v. kjitttttit.,
one Oil Canister; ono Astral Lamp, -c. &c.
The above articles will bo sold without ro -
serve, and a credit of MY innntliq irivnn mi
all purchases over twenty dollars.
He WOtlhl yet ilfjain SUV to nil thus.' ind.. Inn)
to him or to the late firm' of George T. Ho.fne;,
& Co., that paymenl must Le made by llie 15th of
NATHANIEL A. JONES.
llland, Aus. H7, 1830. 3G
N O T i V K
A'i,Rl,T7ii;aLouttiio feet long covered
wilh the skin ol'some aiiimul in ill the Iniii
on, uf a Crai:h color, u.aiked with tin: initiaU
m anu ronia.iwii ;i piece or ca tco am
i... .. ... ' . .
L. vi - ami coiit.i.iiiii" ;i niHfo nt f r., i
i-unury o.ner an cms o womons iiinian I. discov.
vi, '"""dis bii.ee 5upp,edl0 l.avo mil,,
. . .... 1 "
ou .ia V) awigc. I I1C OVVIIIT C.'lll liaVC tlm
pinpertyby paying for l Ills advcrti.iucnt En
i,u iio at the Itutldinl Book .Stole.
Buttand Au. 23 1830.
eit.t iP ...... I... ........ ... . ..
Wl U 'ho aubscribeis beitiL' .niroiuti'd bv Hie 11
T lion. Probate Couit for the district of
Huiuijii, corninissioners, to leceive, examine and I
adjtial all claims and demands of all persons a- !
guititt lite estate of
late of Ml. Holly, in said district, deceased, rep
itMmted insolvetii,andalso all claims and demands
exhibited in ofTsei theielo; and six months from
the W l day uf August hut. bein-allow ed by said
l!nnrt for llinl rmrni... .... .1. .1 . .
c uo ineieiore lieieUv
uoutc mul we win attend lo Hie buiinea
ofour said apjMjintinenl, ut the duelliiij house ,
of the nidoir Anna Uoolitlle, in Mounibolly, on '
tho last Tue.days or September and November !
ne,xl, from 9 o'clock A. M. until 1 o'clock: 1. A I
on each of said days. ,
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Dated ai Mountholly t'l.i. 22d liny of Autrust, ISn ,W0U,dKi public No
A. D. 1836. ' n 'l that all demand thut have beeu due
J" oue year must be paid Inimedialely
BLANKS for sale at the Book stoe. Uul,iuJ A(Jg. .f8 DAmZTr
A II It V. Y Ar. A'l WOOO,
;:.xki:.il commission mkiwiu. is
A S It 11 t I I.F.M
Vit. I'l, 'itinl Irftr, ,Yrir Yvik,
VriLI. tlrn I to mile r nr MiMfnmMiti of Lrvika,
Cm i r..1li i . I'nnn.I.viiii. II tM. i runt its
i (kin It of l'riliir nr MuMif.cti t-i-n, tiounrii .
ihii ml in fi i '.Hint. J to tlr.u will i.tr ir priil auj
fu Ihl'il nll'iili. n.
New Ynik. njuii, KW. 31 lw
IV T I CM.
fllllE stlhvctilier hitihy givn public notice,
i tli.U hti-vut the 'JOtlt of S.-pt.-mljvr utMl lot
vv II eel out nil .1 lour In the W L.Vl nnd al tit
Milici'iitton of several individual !im been i.idu.
cid t) illir h.invelf nn a iLM.lt L VdENr
In linimitil any Hid cveiy knnl ofhiitini in tin-
nity ol un rrsuinr route iioiween iiuv platv
le SUW ol Illinois vMneli may he entiiiMrd
'nu 1 it's 3 in nliv pntt ol srietal btntet
jicli he iv ill Ptiis clioillil Milluiciil Im.
tw . . , .
wnrinni tin' tttiiieitnkin.--
.In invett fniiiN in eitirn
LaniTtHHkb" ii jminiev thi'iiivetvrican
iu vv loiv e79tlititMm.lo tin so under II c mutt
st.i he at fnltPltiillaml,
lln fiil week of Si-pntBitflit-li'
can li.ivi otiiuiilnniittttttltmr budlirat
mid where buch iifcrc nceatttHn!". HI
sulisTv IIUDL'ers us In the
I'tiMiiH vvliti eiuinnt Im at UutU
not see the nuhi'.rnhi r nt his hoiibc
at I'aii haven ( pun paid; ami Mi img roijjfl
ill n lilt ion In tin ir Ii tun .. kh.ill Iip r.!l-.l XiV
. - i -"vvt
i - . ...t. . .1 . i . - .i n.
nu n un nouses ui in such outer lace as inrt
WILLIAM II. COLHt'lLV
Ciith't.in, AiiL'iist 12, 1H3G. 31 5w
) R 25 1. ii ) O H ,
1viArvTUT.acTTjn.r111. or ixatb,
W'. the Village uf HAST IIUVI..1.XI), l,rt,
JL keeps constantly mi haml .ind ,,11'ets for nit
a great variety of H ATS, consUting in
vCA'vt DIUll C'lHTOltS:
.y.'ll'T I UTS. of all descriptions
M&Y st HOYS FEL'1
in yreat abiiiulanr.p, and would be happy to hse
bis old ctiMoiners call ami examine iliem; for tln-v
itiay bo assuied that lie is now belling at barg.iiui
HduIsj has made an arrange diciK lo supply
lnu, st If with
.Manufactured In Tmy b) Daviii ISi.i.ia nnJ
.which can be ilcpeiii!-il on ns being of the firtt
iiiality n:i vvcl. mailo in llie l.ilest f.i.hion and
hehl style- and will be. sold for cash at the nun
B2tM ! Ju-t'l. will be na.d for ilietied
I LAJlllS WOOI, or PELTS.
Xorn a iik.m:. Tlmsi! indebted to ihf nil
Cook, whose demands arc due are icmiiulcd tint
i iiaviiiKiu iioiii ue mailc w.t tout do lav.
. . " " .........
j liuiiaiiu, Anoint ig, 8:J( . 31
W il3 . &T 7J IU T
' Tnoxr Hll)l'i u . i?
j,. iviareiiuoii, I inniiiul I, U.iu by,
; Mache,ter,ad Vi,lliofl)M,v'vill sup,, y
r' a,. ii, n..,i i n n , ' . 3
.... ,,. ,....., ,,t,,i() , ,rmimi .Mianiiiun, and
uny oiner pajier.- vviitcli lie can conveniently oh.
and will also furnish any HOOKS that may
I h tt-.-. . . t ... I I.:. II. ...i. o. '
be wanted on bin route, at Jluok Store pi ices
Jill V IjJ, lt3.ll). ;)()
s- t? :. , ,t. t c , . .,
fi i.i.ilr, into ihf; riipIiiKim. of ido cnt,.tit.A.
bout tlie aoilt of July last, a sorrel Rrar
-- - . ... ... nuu.kHIJVI
liot.se COLT, one vunr old. Tl it. nit iter it ilv.
hired lo prove property, pay charges and take
iNH I'll AN L. HOOLITTLK.
.Mmiiitholly, July i!fi, 1 U.iO. aej
C1ASIK into the enclosure of the subicribir
' a few days sincu n couplo of two i:ar old
STKIIUS. The ow net is desired to fall for hii
i " - . 110 un un is ucjiiun 10 can lor nu
I propnt)', prove the same, pay charges and take
1 ,ho" awa KUFUS PAUKKH.
Llnremlon, Aurj. i5, 13:)fi. 30
To Shoi-iii.ila ris.
rBlHE subsrribei has juit lecoived an assott
JL meal of
A.7.S-V.S' .j. noor. T!u:i:s,
of an excellent ijualiiv mid manufactured in tlie
l.iten N,!iv York mid lloston fashions. They
will I'c sold at whotutalu or retail n vuty loir
J'.utl.iiul, Aufj. 2f, 1826. UO.-lvv
S" 1111" coiiotiinlly on hand,
-O"- nnd for eale, hy the bub
ecriht r, who li:ii heen appoint
ed jtic ,'lgent for tlua vicinity,
Jtutlaud, .SVplendier iy35.
JUSSU (U)Vr. continues to pay .uch ns tre
re.itured.n i! l. iii.iin.n ..111....;.... e.
...riv Mil.. Ill, t'lf
mi, au uii.il, ut ,M oflice. 'I doom r.orth of li e
(-'"rt Ilou.e. Rutland
IS LANK HOOKS,
A LARGE asuoitmeiit of till kinds of Ulank
jlX. Work, well hound and trood naner. trill
.. . j.H., 1
always be found at the Kutlond liook Store
r . .. .1 . . .. I I I "
i I.I, peracm indebted to I he 1'rmtcr hereof,
r ' " uvv" "rreu iy ineaia-
tu,J' u , i"mtat"""i ' reijuestcd to come forward
, '", , PaJn"t or renew the claium end we
, vory SMt(,rul for 0 l'"o reudj Cult on
Ucms,llJl1 '"l havo been due from ono to four vcara.
I'HINTIJU, Jhruld OJnt.
X J. "'"OUUIIIjUal1'il Ll'Hli I I ,.. ....
1 1 a 0"
s be at H
week of.Si pHfl
li.wc an oppoituniiaH
where buch iLferences