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"- THE KUTLAND HERALD.
at aim ratten.
?ry f lnM, rirtainly,
TUvi, aul im.t, ulk
AtaJ I muit fj. I; nxtl &'f
llott a Ii.t 1 wat .
AoJ brtii'r -Oh t I ! 10 fi't 1 1
Aol .Jixinj' t trj Uiit
Aot tw tde iloj'jt
VK b tt the lornl l rt '
Oh !. e r ry talntlrtly
Will waiMinr forth, "we mr rt j"
B' hl,ln h. tihat'i iU un
I n Bit mirfJ !
Whit t ttt aim ( all our Htm .'
A rtl!net imI marriage!
cm '.hay rntxt 1mH -
ft uMde without rrtiC 1
Gh,JI;mnl jml vttiMinjo)
01. Ircntn! sl uf Win
lt' .2tr wrj.tMj lurJ
Tint I ia still Mit) I
Mj li'rt (i filial with tittil
At; rota with lean it wrt ;
lb rain t ';li in rain I'cty ;
I am tii t murtuJ ! :
.tJ tijr int? Hl.amr upon I he t-,
I'r ! arMti ! mraa !
I would t.ot wed for paltry ;oM I
No, cot to i quni !
Yl j,"ftion'i Moi J- -I"""
Oo ui btau we're poor;
A&J raUly pan the lamllrjby,
ll'i but my fault I'm lure !
CoIJ-!.rrtt.l are jt nil t
Aul roarcanary itl:
' Hut datlir uot ynunrWer, fur I
witf It luunW yil.
'rem lAe Knitltrbttkf.
THE VICTIM OK CONSUMPTION.
It ms in the curly part of June, 19 , that I
wascroaaing tlic Cheaceko Day, on a tieit to the
tittern ecctfun of Miry In nil. The boat as nttii)
stopped at tlic ancient city of A , to land anil
receive ptsicngers. While I was busily watching
tlic change of a pasting ilouJ, as they were re
flect eJ on the ttill waterr, my attcntinn was rous
ed by a silvery laugh from a young creature, and
ly the gay vuiceiof her cnnipauinns.as they were
stepping fioui I ho shore In the deci of the strain
boat. Her mother and brother w ere to accompany
bcr ; but there wa tonic femile fiiends, and some
gentleman, who had come with her, to defer their
leave-taking, until the warning bell had tolled fur
Uie hat time. While alio was trailing against the
railing, and gaily talking with the group, minlhcr
and another gallant youth came on hoard tn pay
bit parting compliment, mmiig uiih boijuctn of
flower, other with a volume of pucins, or the hut
new novel. Tor caeji, the had a sweet mule mid
pleasant or witty reply, tier attcntiuns were
equally divided, and with all die ccincd a favorite.
I soon ditcmcred that thia lovely girl wan tho wit,
Ui beaut) and belle of A; 'nl sclt'om was
uch a dutinctiuu more jutly merited.
She was jml tint ago when the child if merging
into the woman ; that iutcrrstii'g ngc wheii tho
youiLful heart In as yot uruallcil tiy the uorld'h
teaching or the rrnrld's fitUonc?. She was a blight
.and beautiful creature. Her dark oyo pp.irklcd
ith aminatioii, and the bloom of her check varied
with the quiet or the rxci cinent of her feelings,
from the dclicato tint l the maidcn-blutdi roeo to
the richest hues of the I'mvincc. Iter dimple
mouth, with its pretty Uith, brcined irudo for
tmilcf, ard nothing could exceed the light-heart
ijric, the mmie iifher joyous laugh. It was like
the wild carol of a bird, and thrilled through me,
making my very heart feel glades if I had mot with
om unexpected pleasure.
Her coinpinloi bade her farewell, and our heavy
boat uai again ploughing ita way through the wa
ters. Tiio gentlemen stood on shore and waved
their hit till she lost tigbt of them. She then sat
duwo, and opened one or two of the volume, but
oon threw them anile, and tuuk her brother's arm.
Her attention waa excited by noinc aquatic bird,
whoo active pursuit nf their prey seemed to her
more, like aniutenicnt than employment. "Look,
brotlur," I overheard her exclaim "at Una sea
ford ; one moment it daits lousrds the water then
It flics far up into (lie blue sky, and swiftly return
ing again, it retts upoa thu boiom of tho waves, an
if it loved the rcfching coolness. I wuli I could
b a tea-bird, for a little while, at least."
"Vou arc too much of one already, Kale," t.aiJ
her brother, "for the peace of the (limy iribo yoi
left gasping on the shore of our own fair river."
''Brother," said 1ij, while tho tears started in
her beautiful cjes, "you do not mean that I am i
coquette, do you Oh! tf I thought that my
levity had made me act lik! that cold, heartless
iking, I would dvtpiso myself, and never be gay
"No, my sitter," said the brother, fundly encir
chng her waist, "you hate too much soul about
yoo, I believe, ever to bo a coquette. I did not
think you would lake my jesting so wriously."
When this little cloud passed by,l!.e same sport
irenrts animated her fine countenance, and gave
!ier Up and her every action a buoyancy so light
Mid graceful, ihvl she tocined tho coibodicd spirit
oi bcsltli and cheerfulness.
The stcsmbost stopped opposite the place where
Ihey were lolsnd ; a littl skttT&liut out from the
bsnk toMsrds it, anJ In t few moments tho &ir girl,
with her mother snd brother, were seslcd wiThm
it, and were psswng rspidl) to tU ,l,0re. Thf
light tost ros mtk the licaviug utters, sod
the dipping oats moved like the wings of a fly.
mg sea bud. A it ghded onward, her brother
pormely rocked it from id to ude, and her light
Isugb. csrnc liogin,? over the naves, as sell as thn
soui.d or cutset bclla. Oh ! that silvery laud, 1
can remember it yet !
It ! about tLe taiddlc of Msy. thst I raid my
set mto! vuU to tny s..ler. As the best drew
cear A , I thought tf the beautiful girl I had
seen the jt Ufjff, and wondered whether she
was ttU! jtignipg belle, or Lad settled into the
bsppy wife tie sber married womsn. My
thoogkrs continued to duel) upon Irt, until we
stopped at the wharf. A epoch was prepared on
deck, acd a carriage drew op, from which a sick
person wss csrefully lifted by a family swant.and
vvrn os oK in D1S artOS
frslvtrs. But as aooo as the dre it aside. If
bslhe the temples of the exhausted invslid, I saw
it was the mothrr of ihst 1ov-ly girl who had Wet
the subjt of my thought. I IwiVfd on tin nns
CitteJfscc .flhc sufferer, snd mentally rxcltlmrd.
"Csn Ihis be the brautiful Catherine V '
Ttr is sonic retcmblaiKr, indeed but n, t
Upon my offering a fan la ths lady.as the snxi
ouily bent over the pouch, she thanked me, and
recollecting when we. had met before, said t
'This is a great change in one short year."
I felt so much hocked, that I could say nothing
In reply. Yes ! it was s ch4nge a. sld. sad
chspgc ! T-o mi- it teemed but a few brief months
tinco I had reo her cntcridg lUo ntua boat with
her buoyant atep, )r merry taigh, and attandnl
by her gay companion. Where were they nowl
Her mother and her faithful servant were s'.lll at
her side, but her brother was far aw ay on th brad
blus soa, and bar frirndi snd adminera left her
when lha hour of sickness rani'-. And s!ie too,
consuinptiou't victim ' I knew, il by the stea
dy lustre of her oie, the hectic i!oh on her hulloiv
check, the sharpened outline of feature, and, above
all. by the peculiar transparency of her taper fing-
cr, as Ihey Isy in dizzling uhilcnovs ncroei her
rich dark hair. I wondered much what could have
caused tins gay young creature n soon to bccnuie
a ry to the insatiatu spoiler. I was subsequent
ly told, that t-flcr a summer spent in gat ty. she re
turned homo with a slight cold, contracted when
out upon one of their moonlight sail?, or in oi.o of
tin: ilrtiiiu" uii ilit; green, ilamp with the evening
dews. It seemed to have passed a way.flud nothing
more was thought of it. But it returned again up
on tho slightest exposure j and at Inft It showed
that it had bieii tccielly uudcrminding its wny,
for it revealed its ymptoin,thu bright fctcicd xpot,
the graduul wasting of llesh, and the painliil sink
ing away into utter febclcnci-s.
Wo parted- when tho boat readied i s place of
desliualion ; and a few weeks afterwards, upon
tr.king up the village paper, I saw the following
obituary notice : "Died in A Cutherinc F1-
, aged seventeen ; the idolized siMtr ofan
MANAGING A HUSBAND!
This is n branch of female education loo much
neglected; il ought lobe taught with 'Trench,
Itaiiun, and the use of tho Globes." To bo sure,
ns Mm. Glass most sensibly observes, "first catch
your hare," and you must also first catch your hus
band. But we wil! suppose him caught and there
fore tn bo roasted, boiled, stewed, or jugged. All
these methods nf cooking have their matrimonial
prototypes. Tho roasted husband is done to death
by the fiery temper, the boiled husband dissolves in
the warm water of conjugal tcarr, the stewed hus
band becomes ductile by the application cf worry,
and the jogged husband is subdued by sauce and
spice. Women havo all a natural genius for hav
ing their own way ; still the finest talents, liko ''tho
finest pij.mtry in the world," require cultivation.
We recommend beginning soon.
When Sir Willintn L was selling off on
his wedding exclusion, while the bride was subsi
ding from the pellucid lightness of white slin Mid
blonde, into tho dcliinto darkness of 'he lilac ailk
travelling i!rc, I In: lady's n.aid rushed into his
presence ivith a torrent, not of tears, but of words.
Ilia favorite French lalet hail put out l!il Sand
boxes that had been previously stored with all fom
cuitio ingenuity iu the carriage. Of course, on the
happiest day of his life, Sir William could not
'hint a fault or hesitate a dislike," and he therefore
ordered the interesting exiles to he replaced. "Ver
vcl.Sare William." said lha prophetic gentleman's
gentleman, "you let yourself be band-boxed now,
you be band-boxed ill yourlifc."
The prediction, of tho masculine Cassandra of tho
curling irons was amply fulfilcd. Poor Sir Will
iam ! Ono of his guests, a gentleman whose wit
might have belonged tu a Leeds clothier, for Ihey
were always wool-gathering, confounded tho bri
ib) with one of thoto annual feotiiuls when pcoplo
cruelly give you joy et having made one step moro
to your grave this said guest, at his wedding, lit
erally wished him imuy happy returns of the day !
Tho polite ndinittcr of the bsud-boxes found, htw
eirr, one anajereary quite sufficient, without uny
Now, we do consider it somewhat hard "to drag
at each remove" such a very perreptablu chain ; it
might or well have been wreathed, or gilded or c
ven pinch-becksd. A friend of mine Mrs. I'runis
Caldwell, docs tho thing much bettor.. Wo nlmll
give a domestic dialogue in Curzcn street, by way
of example to lo rising generation.
"I have been at Baldnc'd this morulng, my love,'
said Mrs, Caldwell, while helping tho soup, "he
has two such lovc.y Sevru tables, portraits of Lou
is .VI Vth's beauties j you must let mo have them
for ti'ic drawingrooni, they aie such loves,"
"I really do wonder," exclaimed Mr Caldwell,
in his most deeded lone, "what you can want of
any thing more in the drawing-room. I am aure
that it is much as any onu can. do to get across
them as it is. 1 will havo no more money spent
on such trash."
"This fish is capital, tho aauco ia a cArfrf avrr'
exclaimed the lady, hastening to charge tho dis
course ; "do let me recommend it."
Dinner proceeds, enlivened with a little series of
delicate attentions on thopart of the wife. One thinr;
is adviaed j anolhcr, which she Is well aware is her
hutbjnd's avorsion, playfully furbidden, with a
"my dear l'rancis, you arc eo careless ofyourtclf
contider In korreurt e'e la digntion."
dinner iicclines into desert, and Mr Caldwell
cais nis wsjjiuts, pcc!Cd
By no hand, it yeu may ;uu,
Hut tbat of fairly foir."
alias Mrs. Cldwell'a very pretty finSers. Toward
I he middle of h,s MCor.d gla.sof port, he perceives
that tliere arc tears tn his wife's toft blue eyes
Ahull become actual sobs as he progresses in the
thetables!'0 U LaU"! uell'TOU 'Ml have
ahoolhboeblC'r Crei M Wnh '
. hool bo, nli cf tntlcnl qa quartered into
hree halves, ofdildiIl W0ODdfceii " 3
tenderness; " I ,McUwllU wu fl)f n
a. of you Franc, tha, 1 was .Linking. Good
Safin." )0U re't'1' J f" Pltfy P C"''t
hsvef ,of, C"0'e your'wVe. I leo I
havo lost my hold on yo-ir arfeclions. Wh.i f,.v.
:. - - wmv i o
that the next day the tables are teal home ; not
ci,cn but only atcer' or ' "
Now this is a Usutiful way of doing busirwM,
We seriously recommend Us consideration as a stu
dy to our lady rrsdsi. Scolding docs much, for
as the old riddle says, "anything" Is what
-Msny siBbohi wife,
Fi)imit U fr s quiet lift."
Hut, (he fair half of the wurld out of whose very
remains tho rose, as the csttern prositb has it, was
formed at the creation- ihttcry, that honey of tho
heart, is the truo ail of swsy. Instead of divide,
our new stste secret i, "flitter tu reign."
rmip t.ll ...I ll'..i..T..i. ..f f.lll..n Ciiin.rr.
1 w.U conmienc. rn Vedil.y. S.pl"'hcr Slit.-
Jch teim include, two tiuar-.r..
i. . . i t. , yu t ra.l.i. .,..iT.i:.n tlnrt I
iwr year, it t that tale U r a lets time
u.wi.i, ..-, . i
Mmie. " e.
l.ecttirct on Chemittrf. iX "
I.etjmuiiiAniloniy.lcl'liyt'oloy,!, u "
Wntliins. Xi I -2 per doz.
This luttitiltinn cctiliniiet to floilritli under tlictuper
vlsi n of .Mr I., r
CHIIK.M IViiicipaUaM'tlrd h, Mr ,
r h, toner of Language.. A tcl..
cr of firl oidir. fruTi the Intwiili Seminary, i.eii-a"td
fur the f'tmntc l)-pnrl incut, m.'I h I,ad from New LorK
will takcclmrre of the llcnarliucul nf Nlunc. Tim I'ri-
niary Dcp.ntinrnl cuiluoirt under the imliliction of .Mm
Lake, whole kiiccco u too . II k ox i. io nicii o .iniorni
Ttiahnil crituriuu,ly uhl 1 lojililjolhl fnlure. it the
pail ; Mini jil'lms thus, ur h itc the u'niod cool'idencr
ur itiv t4oiii.M.i -..'I iiw iihd iro.penty oi ml! liiitMu
tion. lit prutjieett wero itrar more (Litlciing than nt
tho prrreot. The nmobtrnnd diameter nf itl ichoUrt,
aic the hot nieiiiii by which to judge of public ciitirucnl.
The number diiriiip the las' term win I2t.
While little regard iilind It mere "ditplat,'' it it inten
ded tlml tint Institution (hall liciurpai-cd by no other iu
iti thnroi'h. practical mudc f instruction, anil its decided
incr.t! influence. Tho reatomblrnost of the tcrint, the
plrniatil and healthy Iik-iiIiuii of the buildm-, together
with the iulcrnularriinscmiiit, render il u place alloeth
or lo lie dciircd by lli.ife parcule. w In. will) to tccuro for
their cluldrtn. n liDiuunh nratliml education, under cir-
cuni'lancct where they will bo couquratively fnc from
ZIMIU IIOWB, Stcnlaiy.
Catllcton. Aug. 17. WM".' 3II
A mo Yaw'. BCsfatc.
Stale of fnmoiit, f fTlHE Hon. the Pio
Dittrict nf lliitltimt, ss. JL bale Court for the
DiMrict of Rntlaml.
To the Ilrirs at luw of the estate of Amos Yav
laic of Ira, in said district, deceased,
Whereat, the ndmiiiislrntor of the estate afore-
, said has made application to tliij court for li-
! cense to sell the real estate of (he said deceased,
for the payment ol the just debts found due a
gainst said tVnle and (he coats of settlement.
Ihcrcfure, You are hereby nolified tu nppcar
before said court at u session thereof, to be hot
den nt the Probale Office in Rutland within nnd
forsaid district on the 1st Monday of Oct. next,
and give bonds fur the pa nientof said debts, oi
otherwise show cause, if any you have, why said
license should not be granted.
Given in Probate Court nt Rutland, this Glh
day of September A. D. 183(5.
38 Fir. liOPKLXZ, legister.
.f c-rctitinlt If rinses' t KMtafs;.
SlateoJ Vermont, ? rllE Hon. the Pro
District f Rutland, is. $ JL
jisiiiit or nutia; (i.
bate Court for the
To the Heirs at law and Guardians of the mi
nor heirs lo the cstuto of Jeremiah Hennelt,
late of Mendun, in said district deceased,
Whereat, The Administrators of the estate
aforesaid have made application to this court for
license lo sell the whole of the icnl estate ofihe
said deceased, with the reversion of the widow's
dower therein for the payment of the just debts
found due against said estate with the costs of
Vurifure, You are hereby notified to appear
j before said court at a session thereof, to be n ol
den nt the Probate Office in Rutland within and
for said district on ths first Monday of October
! next and show cause, if m y you have, why said
ncenve sliouu not be granted.
Given in Probate Court at Rutland, this 5th
day of September A. D. 183G
JTohn Rugfflcs' EslaJc.
State of J'trinvnt, ) T K it remembered
District oj Rutland, a. J l that at a slated
Probale court held at Rutland, within and for
snid district on the lirst Mom'ny, being the fifth
day of September A. D. 18116.
Gershom C. Rugijltn, Adminislrator ttr bonit
aon of the estate of John Runnles lale of Rutland
in said district, deceased, proposing to render an
account of his administration and presenl his ac-
i.uuiii g.uusi saiu e-siute lor allow mice
nil pi . -i . .
Ordered, That paid account bo exam nr..l in
weeks successively in the liuil.iml 1 ior.:i.i'nr:..t.
ed at Ruilaud as soon as maybe, shall bu sufli-
cieiu nonce 10 au concerned lo appear, if i,ry .
see cause, and object thereto.
as F. ir. ltOPKl.S, IleeUtcr.
EBrzckinli Hoi-ion's sta(c.
State or Vermont 3 Ta- v u
Ditlrictif Rutland, . (J X that al a slated
Probate Court held at Rutland, within anil for
said district nn llm ft l,. K.I.
I . ...o. .'..m....b. y uw.. ,b will
1 Uat' nl S.nl....l.,.. A PI IQnl!
r irporimg to be the last W:ll and c.tamcnt of
llezkeidh Ilorton of Claiendon, in the county of
Ru'land nnd State aforesaid, deceased, being pre.
sentcd to said court for probate and allouaucc.
Ordered, ibat said will be relerred for piobale
toacourlto beholden at ihe Probate office in
ltutlan.il willnii mill f. cnl.l ntclrint nn r...
- .vi me 111 11
.Mondavof October next; aud that tho publication
,- 'm"i i u"aiiu as
soonasmiv be. 1 mil h Mri.m . n '
1 concerned to appfar f n,ey Bee cau,e, ail(i cou
rnnrrrnpil In n.. tt .1
iciun-proume ana allowance oraid Will.
. ft IK !IOJ.'JWS, Jlegi.ttr.
. 2 3 of steady habits wanted to com
j roence on the 10th of September. I want men,
and will irarriut prices and pay such as makes
'this a chince but rarely met with.
i , l H.PANGBORN.
, Dailinton, Au; 30, l36 37
tricl, on the first Monday of October next and A" 0I)l,orlu,',t' v'" be Presented to forward
that the nubllcatioiiofii mnr ofii,;. ,.i... i assessments by the incmbcrR of the Lei.sla-
To Viott sr.vs inA to Itxomt Ttatlxri :
Tlnrt,',,erhs.frpm rsriooi enidsrstlon. but
eprei1ly frtm the grt at demsnd for well quilifleJ
rtirn. len Induced tn make Die Mlowinr rrrpniU
I l.i tnch si with tn lrmi lerhrr, tut wh hr not
Ihe rocsnioi uefnying therxpeuieinis thorough prtp.
Ktsry younj genllemnn, or lady, of goml monlf.poo.1
mind, und rorretl hbit. detircoi nf beeominf a techer
by enmplyin; with th snurxrJ condilimw, mr rnmptrte
s preparation t thi ieminsry by psyinj $10 per quar
ter, six! the remainder iu one sod two yean after lesvio;
Anp'icanti mint btinf a certificate of character Irrnn
the Clergyman nf tli place, and aim from inmcn'her
irntleman nf llir Inwn, where Ihey have lt rciidcil.
They mint sIIcihI thoroughly to tlic prcreribcd online of
t..d.cf..n l ins am an ra.mination bef-re . con.mi tee
lw Crratmn. I.y wl,..rn Ihey .l,.IUw aprn, ..j,l
Arransemenl are nuw mKin, by which nicli iiidiridu-
, : .ii.i. ....i. i.. n... i
IF t ..II llini niiii-'i i ninii inrj ir.ir
the Seminary. When at many at twelve, who with tn
cnr;e teachers at tho Wot, hall have cnmplcted
their preparation, I nillc" with them, til l fmj llinn
chid, and tec them commence operation.
It it hoped a mfficient number of lhoe, vhnarr omc
what advanced in their ttudio, will enter thil fall, Unit a
conipanvniar rn nut V"! ncxl tcaon. The cry from a
nH.'sno.rrrhildrenii. ynnlh.in nnrUnd. de;.
tit.it nf llir- mean, of education, waxci loud, and .till
loiliicr. v. "'or I'nu iinir. r..
Any let'or iif inquiry, either from youni IhiIIci or gpn-
tlcnicn,iha I recoil c prompt attention
f'n.lli-ton Pemlnarv. An; 17. 1l.tr.,
AT AUCTION !
THK subicribers will sll at public Auction
on Tliur sdny the 8lh of September next, nt
2 o'clock I M., nl'thn Inn of Vm. UAnNr.3 in
Shrewsbury, the HOUSE & LOT ocrnpied by
Fiauklin G. Baldwin ; being situated on the
turnpike in Cuttitigavilte. near the Coperas
Voik. being centrally situated nnd a first rate
stand for any kind of mechanic. Also, a first rate
cow; one good conking stove and apparatus; two
shop stoves; a nice bureau; dining chairs, tables,
See., with a variety of oilier household Furniitiro,
(needier with a second hand set of Iilucksmith
TOOLS, bellows, anvil, vices, &c; also a lot of
3iioi I ooi.s, Lu.MBf.rt, nnd various other articles,
too numerous lo mention.
Also, a good Mechanic's Shop, with a water
privilege, lo LET.
A 11 EL BALDWIN,
Shrewsbury. Aug. 16, 1836. .10
BOARDIHQ & SAV
MISSES AGNES POWELL, LAURA
CRANE & JANE POWELL, respect
fully announce to parents and guardians In Mld
dlehury nnd neighborhood, that it is their inten
lion to commence a Seminary", ronrru.vr la
dies, on Monday, the 5ih of September next at
the house of Mr Powoll (formely occupied by
Mm. Willurd,) nenr the College, where the
strictest attention will be given lo tho Education,
lltalth nnd Morals of young Ladies entrusted to
Common Engluh Studies, per Q,uartcr S3 f0
Higher do. " 4 00
Fienth and Liitin, each, " 2 00
Music.including (he use of the Piano, " 10, 00
Arrangmeiit have been mHde for accommo
dating a limited number of boarders in the os
tablishmennl, ut $1 75 per week, exclusive of
washing and fuel.
Middleburv, August 20, 1830.
FIRE ! FIRJE J
nPIIE members of tlic Vermont MutunI
Fire Insurance Company are hereby
notified that the following asscEsmcnts have
been made by the Direetors, on all notes in
force, on the following days, lo wit :
Dec. 7, 1635 1-4 of 1 per cent.
" 20, " i2 of " "
Jan'y G, 1030 1-4 of " "
Feb. 10, " 34 0f " " "
March 0, " i2 of " "
May 10, " ii of " "
June 15, " 1-2 of " "
Making 3 per cent assessment for the year;
said per centime to be cast on the original
, amount ot the premium note without refer
I win;; iu uny uiiuurseincni nnu to uc paid to
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turc.and those who ncclcct to forward tlieir
nsscssincnls then, are referred to the 8th,
section 01 tun act nttnciicd to each policy
for the consequences.
Ily order of the Directors,
CALVIN JAY KEITH,
Montpchcr, .'lug. 20, 163G.
The Printers of each weekly newspaper
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riUJE subscribers having formed a copartner-
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snip in iiic iiuuic uuiiiicH mine west nattl
oi Clarendon, (at the vvoiks formerly ownru bv '
mij uiiivi uji 111 wit uuuiuy, ana customers mav
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uesi manlier, au muds of produce received in
JAMES II. SMITH,
, ASA COLLINS.
Clarendon, August 30, 1830. 30
A III.ANK BOOKS.
A LARGC aisortmetit oftll kinds of Bmik
Woik, well bound and good piper, will
Iways be found at the Rutland Hook Store.
' W. FAY.
TUP. NEW YORK. CXI RUM,
Tho New York KtptrM ia 1 n.il. ...1 n .
weekly Newipaner, latrlr t.Ubli.heJ . .1. .
nf New York, by James nrn..U ..1 t. ...
(Maine) and Robert K. Hinl.nn. ol H.i.l.. v
Room. The price of the dtilr ia t. .iii.J ...
..rthe r-enii.weeklr four dull.,. , ,JMncp;
five if not pa J within the yen. SuUcriber. out
or town not known to the pn.piieton are fjhecte.1
to give reference In New York, nnlen. the monrr
accompaiiion iheir order.
Tho Proprietors of the Kxnrr.. In,,.- r..n
thst in tho mfinnceme.it of . Auy ncwap.per ,
.W ork the cdilora muat neither alecp m.r .lum
her upon their p.M, and that while thnn.sndi of
thuir fellow citizen aro in their heil, lint u tha
tune for them In ba at their i!cak, but they te
prepared for ill this exertion. They have tho
healih, apitita, nti.l tlm eg, for kucIi an encounter
and are ready fur it, knnwinp full well at they do,
tho activity ofaomo of their cniurniporaric ami
mcir iiiueiaujjouie oxertiin never lit be outdone.
But noertholei-a, ihey think there I.I rnnm l...
Uicin. Nev York is increasing with a
Hint defies calculation and inocU nl prophecy
marching onward evoii with airnlea that threaten
a cloe npiriiximalion to the empire city ofthccoin.
morcial world oer the sea .-and sure in tint vig
orous nnd niirvcJoiia prowth, a new Journal may
Kiccced, where olhem Imve, when New York wir,
as it were hut in her awnihuiR clolh, and not tho
ijiant fhe now, in ith lr tlniuannd anna atrotcli.
nig nil over both, the old world ami l'ie new. In,
siuh n preat city then, the heart of our viut land,
and (he link between that land and Knropc where
no lnxnn upon paper, no atanipo, no reatricluiiu
ipnu the pre, encumber and overload the bun.
uess of Journalizing, there is ample tcopo an.
mngn enough for us and all our cotcinnnmiej
The preat and primary object of the Proprietor
i lo create a Cunt rein I Nowapaper, but it ijujt
ns imposeible lo live iu lliij hot political world of
ourn without miiiRling in politiex, as to Kointo the
lire without being burnt. True, when the Whlpa
aver that two and two make hut three nnd a half,
they could take the ground of neutrality, and aver
in loudly as eillur, that two and two make, three
and thrco-fouilliR : hut thero is a right nn.1 a wron
side on every question, and one must in a country
like this bo on some side or other. As to (his rifflit
political side, no are ijuite sure that it is that of
the H'hig, but were it othenvirto we should Ins
puzzled enough lo publish a Commercial Journal,
when Commerce nnd Whig principlos are iinlenliflctl
one with the other. Already we have in connec
tion with ''Hudson' Nows Room," tho biieis of a
newspaper establishment, a Price Currcnt,Shippinr
f list, and excellent arrangements fur all nowp.fure
ign and American : but na satisfied with ihis
shall immediately push uur arrangement lo the
furthest point for the procuring of news. One of
I lie Messrs Hudson is about to nail lor I.ivurpoul
and go from thenr.c tn London, Havre and Pnrin,fur
the purpose of devising the most expeditious arnl
surest means of receiving commercial intelli
gence from abroad. The rapid arrangements lint
we have been compelled to mako for the pubhi
of tho "RxprcW have of course put il out of m.r
jiower lo have a new i'rese, but we hnio onltrcA
unci of tho first quality, n double cylinder, winch
will ho duiio by the middle of rJnpcmIn:r,an J ihe
Hie "Kxprces" will bo the largest Daily Neirijis
per iu the world.
Tlic arrangements of our oltiee.l hough lint whul
!y completed, are rapidly ndvanciug. We ha
established at a great expense, ft Correspondence
with every important section of our country, an.l
as soon as possible we intend lo do the tame with
every interesting part of the world. Our subscrip
tion list has increased audi still increasing beyond
our highest expectatioiiP. Wn feel sure of iilll
mote success and it will therefore be our pride to
deserve it. With euch arrangements as ihete, wo
hope tn have a fuir share of the public patronage,
to deserve which, wc shall assuredly do all mat is
in our power.
IJKOOKS it HUDSON.
Nj V. City, corner of Wall and Wnter t.
WE (he subscribers, being appointed by tht
Hon. Probate Court fur the district ol
Ruilaud, commissioners, to receive, examine and
adjust all claims nnd demands of ujl persons u
gainst the estate of
REBKCCA STA I'KORD
lute of Wallingford in said district, deceased,
represented inmven, and also all claims and.
demands exhibited in offset llieieto; und six
months from Glh day of Juiu: last, being allowed
by saidcourt for tlia.1 putpi se, we do therefore
hereby give uoti"c thl we will attend to the
business of our said appoliilineiit, ul the Inn i f
Jarvis Atidrus in. Wallingfotd 011 the 7lh of Nov.
and December next, from one o'clock until six.
o'clock P. M. on each of said dny.
DKNNIS H LLETT, . ,
ORANGK HYDE, I""
D.ited at Wallincford this 5th day of Sept.
A. D.1830. H
ST.rn: or vkumokt, ritiiK Hon.
District of Itut'aml, ss. $ -- tho Pro
bate Court for the District of Holland,
To all persons concemtd iu the estate of Lu
cy Hicc. laic of llulland, in tuid District,
On npplication of Hollis Freeman, Ad
ministrator of the estate of the said deceased
it is ordered and decreed, that all peMons
liaving demands against snid estate, exhibit
the same to the gaid administrator for settle
ment on or before the fifth day of Septem
ber next, otherwise they shall be forever
barred. And it is further ordered that no
tice thereof bo given to all concerned, by
publishing this decree three weeks success-
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iveiy in me jvuuunu AiL-ruiu, primcu at Ktit
lati(l, and by posting the same at four public
places within the county of Rutland, to wit ;
At Reed's, Bcaman's, Smith's and Thrall's
Inns in said Rutland, within six.ty days after
the making of tins decree.
Given in Probate Court at Rutland, in said
district, this fifth day of Sept. A.D. 1836.
97 P. W. UQPKIS, Register,
JESSE GOVE continues to pay such s ir
rcstoredcd to tiansact ail busiest for fen;
sioos, aa usutl, at his oce, 5 door north f tt
Court House. Rutland, tf.