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Lit MONT STATE TEMPERANCE SO
CIETY. This society held it nnnual moiling at Rut
on l tic I Uth mi l 1 1 tli instant, ami the mining was
well at nxJtd by men whonie but upon vigor-
otu nction in behalf of iticcaureof temperance .
The resolutions indicate the sentiments of the so
ciety, nnd doubtless the sentiments prevailing a
moo; the frnndj of temperance. We copy tlum.
Hv Mr A -I ims of Burlington
' Resolved, That the friends of moral improve
ment have renson to njoico in tho reformation of
a class of valuable nttu who have been rrformttl
fiom mute of drunk-nrnm Insobriety ; to nil of
such wo ay. God speed) an I h.iil their union
with the. society as valuable and efficient aids i:i
Uy Mr Sl.idc of Mid.llebury
Rtsolted, That in bo recommended lathe peo
ple to pi-titiun the legislature to prohibit the sale,
except for medical and manufacturing puriKMcs, of
intoxicating liquors in all the towns in this State
which shall not, in town meeting warned fur that
purpose, pass a rcsoloiion specially requesting the
County Couit to grant Ucinso for the silo of in
tixicntiiig liquors in such town, nnd setting forth
llie reasons then for.
.. r . . a -It
i t titions lor tins purpose arc to uc prrpareu nnu
' Rrsolred, That this society recommends tho
paper of the American Temperance Union for
patnmngo in this Stale.
Bv Coiiitnittce. nineiulcd by Mr. Sladc
When-ns the l.iw is powerless without the fideli
ty of those; who are entrusted with its execution,
untl the evils of intempernncr arc of a most
terrible nnd tippitliuij magnitude, then fore
Resnleed, That there rests upon this Stato's At-
tonnes nnd Grand Juries, n prcnlinrnnd fearful
responsibility for the prosecution of violations of
thcltws rrilri ning ihe nle of intoxicating liquois,
nnd that tin- friends of Temperance huvc n light
to expect from ihi in n prompt nnd fearless dis
charge of this duty, nnd are bound themselves to
exercise the most wakeful vigil, nice to niJ in bring
ing ollenJersto justice.
Uy Mr. Marsh ol Hrandon
Rtsolr.cd, That the ultimate Triumph of the
Temperance enterprize can never be expected so
long ns its professed flirnds arc involved in thu
guilt of selling intoxicating liquors.
Uesolced, That magistrals who approbate,
judges who license, mid legislators who enact,
sanction or continue in force, nnd temperance so
ciitiu who npprove, any law licensing tho talc
of intoxieatinir liquors as a beverage arc equally
ami dinctly involved in this guilt.
The neM annual mei ting is to be holden in
Chelsea, on the 2J, Wednesday of January 1845.
From tin; report of statistics from 82 towns in
this Slate, nnd on estimate bjsed an this, we gath.
cr the following :
82 Toicnt. Slate istimaUd'
Pledges 4212G3 99,000
"Mali s over 21, 8,434
Females over 21, 10,090
Young men and women, 8,800
iCold water nrmv (clnldr'n) 8,734
:Reformcd inebriates, 518
Total temperance army, 30,008
Confirmed drunkaidf, G2t
Occnsasion.il " 1.285
Moderate drinkers, 9,059
'Total enemy's forces. 8.G98
Inns selling" liquors 101
iStores, Groceries, &c, do., 1 17
.Gallons sold, 100,872
'Temperance stores, 01 158
" Inns. 3G 84
From tho above it seems the tcmpornncc army
has altogether tho advantage in nutnbets, while
their opponents beat them in the amount of maga
M,l I . ... . n
a no society votea 10 raise 131 uuu to carry on
its operations fir that purpose nn ntsrssmcnt of
.the sovornl counties, for instance. Windsor 150,
lutiaml wtr,, Wmlham 8100. Benniwjton $75
President. Erastus Fairbanks, of 8t. Johns-
ief Presidents, Win, Slade, Charlr Adams,
George r. Hodges, Myron Clark. Erastus A.
IIolion, J. B. D.irifjrlh, Jason Steele, C W.Storrs,
Central Cnmsponding Secretary, Erastus W
Recording Secretary, Ambrose L. Brown, Rut
Central Committee. A. C. Twining, Thos. A.
Merrill, Ayres, Lunt, HoratTo Sey
mour, S. Stoddard, nil of Middlebuiy, and Wiii.
Nush of New Haven.
County Corresponding Secretaries. Pliny II.
White, Westminster ; Rev. J. Anderson, Man
cluster ; Chester Spencer, Castlelon : Jarnrs M
Slule, MtdJIt hury: Wm. Sanborn, fitrnffird
B. Shaw, Burlington; Rev. G. B. M.rnser, Monb'
poller; Joseph Preston, Danville; L. L. Ducher,
St. Albans; Augustus Youn; Jesse Cooper,
Ir.isburgh;'G. W. ll.irlsh.irn, Lunuiburgh ; Rev
O. G. Wheeler, South Hero.
Mississippi. Jesse Speight, Loco, has been
elected U. S. Senator m the place of John Hen
.dcrson, Whig, whose term expires hi March.
Nt:w Post Orrict. A new Post Office has
been started in thu -Village entitled, "East Ben
niiip'ton " Gen. Henry Robinson, Postmaster -Tins
favor from the Post Ufiioo Department will
no doubt bo very gratifying to the citizens of this
village nnd vicinity, who h.ive long since deemed
themselves entitled to it as a matter justice.
Mr Webster associates himself with two mem
bers of theN. Y. bar, Joseph W. Moulton, Esq.
nnd Edgar S. Van Winkle, Esq., the first taking
charge or the Chancery and tho second of tho law
.practice, in,l Alr. Webster o comse, crifiniiig
Jiiinsclf to ihc duties of counsellor and barrister.
6Viiis' hay fir Stock. Mr. I. Cartwright
states in tho Boston Cultivator.tl.al he has found sal
ted Lay very injurious to hishorses: they became
"broken winded. je soU lwo lon ,0 aJnt;hbor
whokentahoise0..dco.Viand by ,0 Ume ,he
Jwy was expended, Ins neighbor )0rse was badly
alTectcd s his own. Wo lmve ,1(J joub, 1:,t ,
oblige antmils to e-at more salt tlan ,liry ,voui j
naturally choose, is productive or inj,,, nn(J aJ a
gmcral pmclice, we woull not alv,c ihecrin-r
of hay with salt. Sometimes it may upp,n ,1,",
a lo t l i) univoil.ibly put up with too much damp,
ncss in it, an J in such a c& silt rnjy be ptop-ry
used to prevent its Iwing damaged ; but animaL
should not be confined to Ly so curd.
Nnnow escape from two nE.ns. i
j Tliete lute been so many hoaxes suceeMtully t
palmed oil upon the public in the he of "brt sto.
t if, thut it is Willi wm reluctance wc publish lite
follow log statement, although ho lino it directly
oeei the ic.nture of Mr. Samuel Carter, of Petty,
who obtained the facts ho say, fntm Mr. lllrd,
whom he rharacteiitea as a man of undoubted char
acter. We gives Mr. Caller's own words as fol
Two young men, Charles Parlridgo and James
M, tli rJ, shouldered iheir guns on Thursday week
and with kmpsark and canteens well filled with
the fmd tilings of this world, allied forth into a
neighboring wood in anarch of game. I hey hail
UaerlVd abcut four mllea whtnlhcv found them
selves in the midst af a heavy growth of hemlock, &
near by wa a boiling spring. Ileiiijt fatigued wild
their tramp, they seated ths.ncl vrs una felled tree
near tho spring, And were rcgailjng themselves with
a little of the good creatine, when their attention
was arrested by a rustling anions the brush and dry
leaves which lay behind them. They started up, and
found themselves In possession of only one weapon
ofclofenre (their bolllr,) h iving le't their gun lean
ing against a tree behind litem, and tun huge bears
planted between them and the tree. In this Muta
tion ihey tried In frighten the heirs by halloing.
Tho bears, however, vero not to be hissed down,
but show lug a disosilioo to comincnre hostilities
by advanring toward them, snarling and gnashing
their teeth like hungry cannibal.
Their ease for a short lime, appeared desperate in
deed. Patridge fainted with fright and fell to the
ground, which was a little deseending, and rolled as
il by design, immediately under a large cut of hem
lock baik, vvlit i-li was pirlly raised from the ground
and ai hu cane in contact with it, fell from the
limb which stippnited it, and brought it exactly over
his body, which is all that saved his life His com
panion being a very athletic man, took a tree, and
in climbing was but very little in advance of bis
pursuers. Hoih bears anded lite tree after him,
but one toon ubandoned it and went off into the
As soon as Ilird had ascended as high as he
deemed prudent, but supporting himself with his
hands, ho was enabled to keep the icmaiuin bear
at bay with his feet. This he did for about fifteen
minutes, when in attempting to get a long knife
from his pocket with one hand, he lost his hold upon
tho tree and came down upon the hear wita his
whole weight, which was more than Hruin had bar
gained for. They both rarae to the ground, Ilird
lonmost In defending the bear tell across a limb
which broke, and tho piece inverted, and pone
Irated so far into his bide as to cause his death im
ediatcly. Tho only damage Mi. Ditd sustained
was the loss of tits pantloons, and about twenty
scratches on tho calves ol his legs which aro not
severe. It is supposed the beats were imlucod to
quit their dens by the lumbermen who aro opperal'
tag ncarthe place where Ihey wero first discovered,
A Melancholy Event. Mr George Mat
tocks, youngest son of Gov. Mattocks, of Peach'
urn, wus found dead last Monday morning in his
futliei's office, with his throat cut ; supposed to
be by his own hand, lie was regarded as n very
pionnsinjr young man was univsealiy respected
had just completed his educntioA nt the Middle-
town Universitv, nnd there npnJBto have been
no reason yet discovered for thflHRicking net
IIay the bereaved and dcpply nmictcd tumily be
graciously supported in this time of severe trial
dreen mountain tteeman.
Tho interesting trial of Amelia Norman, who
stubbed her paramour on the steps of the Asior
House is concluded. The indictment was, 'with
intetit to kill,' and had the wound been half an iueh
lower must havo been fatal. All evidence of Hal-
hid's conduct was ruled out; hut the Jury well
knew ull the facts, and they seized upon the charge
ol the lucoriler that Ml they believed the act to
have been dnno under Midden and Ntrorur excite
merit, Ihey miuhl acquit. ' So ihey mid she had
lost Iwr reason, and acquitted her. The auditor
gavo three hearty cheers, ibe poor cirl t.iintril, and
Mr. Graham's arm was lame (the girl.s counsel)
with the hearty slukrs. Hv the laws of N. York
tins woman, ruined by the basest treachery and her
life put in jeopardy, was li.iblc to the severest pun
ishment, while there is no penalty for the basest
perfidy on the part of the nun who caused the phren
zy which led to her crime. Mrs Childs and an em
inent Quaker lady attended and took treat intereM
in the prisoner. It was a case much reseiublin
that of the brother of a ruined female shooting Her
bert in rhiMucIplua. I'uhltc opinion, as manliest
ed, is sometimes stronger than the law. Ilallard
the seducer, was found uuilty the girl innocent.'
Mis Childs took the girl homo lo her own house.
WHY AND BECAUSE.
Is'. Why should Faimeis let their cows nnd
other entile lounge about the vanl. street or lit-Ids
whe-n the ground is fiozen ami covered wild snow?
Because it gives them i good nppttite tor a larger
ennntitv of Too I and thev will not bo so particular
n' I about the ipiulity. Whereas a warm, battened
bam is nPu? "ukc l'H'm grow contented, fat and
lazy when tiexl up, becoming dainty, unless you
are so extravagant as to allow thctn salt, if their
hay has not been salted.
'2d. Why should cattle-cards an I curry-combs
be avoided nnd disused? Because they cost money
nnd besides how much lim? it takes to usa them
on our oxen, cattle nnd swine. Is not time mon
ey? What if it mikes tho cows grow and give
more milk the ox n stiongcr to do more work
and the hogs fatten better. Is il not making more
work for the farmer and his family ?
3d. Why shnuld farmers sell nil their best
hay when tliey can have n chanci? Because their
cattle will eat almost nny thing in cold weather if
they have plenty of air and exercise.
4th, Why should swine have ns much room
as possible in' cold weather, in which to race about
nnd grow large? Because keeping them in warm
houses, giving them charcoal, lime, salt, roteu
wood, &'c, keeps them in health and causes them
to falen quickly, which is no object when pork
will command but fit cents a pound.
5th. Why should wc never keep poultry after
the oround is covered with snow, and they have
i left nfflaying? Bee.niso every body knows that
it is the duty of hens to lay eggs, aim inoiign
they can't do this without such means, should they
beVndulged with .nim coops, nnd furnisheel
with clam's, lime nnd gravel to make shells for
their eggs, or animal food to mix with their grain,
tn fill them 7 Why should they not liy by a stock
of such things for winter, when they ought to
knnw how much time it takes the girls and boys
to do it for them 7
Gth. Why should wc bent the trnublo as
sort our potatoes in the winter for feed tn the
sprini? Because some purchasers like one kind,
some another ; some very large, others smaller ;
one wants chemangors, n second, mohawks. a
third long re.ls, n fourth hdiei' thumbs, a fifth
pink-eyes, lino so on" now if we were to carry to
market nil kinds and tizrs mixid tin toejnlier,
,voti mav be tolerable sum that vou wI suit all
j purchasers LVfrfl A'rw LtUtt.
C o n q r t s a ( o u .1 1.
Mondry, January 15.
A number of memorials, signed by thousands ol
citizens, of I'consylvatiia, Michigan and oilier
Slates, praying tho reduction of the rale of postage
on letters, newapajtcr and pamphlets, were present
ed and refer ted to the proper committee
The Senate was in executive session for neirly
Mr Ueatd.ley stited that the committee nn Post
Oiliccs and Post iloads, were In favor of a thorough
and general icfoim of tho Tost L.aw.
Mr. Ulack, of (leorgla, gave notice that when the
Oregon Occupation Hill came up, ho vou'd move
an amendment, for tho annexation of Texas lo the
Tuesday January 10.
After some other busines of little interest, the
Senate went into Executive scision.
The report of the select committee on the rules
came up. I he House reiuscu in postpone me con-
(deration of the subject for a fortnight, yeas
tdnesday January 7
The cnmTiitteo nn public lands reported a bill
granting alternate sections of land for the purposes
of internal improvements in Michigan.
Die House then took up thn rcpirt of the special
committee on rules, and sir. A. V.' Brown nf Tenn.
spoke atgrcai lcnjih against the reception of abo-
lition petitions. No decision was had at the closu
Thursday, Jam 18,
The Senate hevc had n very interesting debate up
on the Tariff, participated in by messrs. Evans Mc-
Duflic, Woodbury, Huntington and others.
Tho whole merits of the 1 arm Controversy will
enter into this discussion when or before the prelim
inary object shall be disposed of.
The growing hostility to all action, remote or near
upon the subject of Slavery manifested itself in the
House this morning in a new form.
A motion was made that the use nf the Rait of
the House be granted to the Colonization Society
this evrning, for an adjourned meeting.
Mr. Hlack oT Georgia objeeted.
A motion was then made to suspend tho rules and
for a call of tho House.
Tho rules were then suspended by a vole of 12!)
to 47, and the Resolution was then adopted.
A Hill was reported and twice lead in the morn
ing, providing for tho better security of the lives of
p.isscnrers on board steamboats.
Correspondence of th e Kipien.
WesmsuTo. Jin. 10, 1GII.
The Secretary of the Navy, Mr Hcnshaw, will
leave the Navy Dcpnitmcnt on Monday, and it is
said Com. Stewart will be the acting Secretary ol
the Navy for a while.
Henry A. Wise was nominated last evenmgns
Minister to Brazil. He will be confirmed I pre
sume. II confirmed, ho would ol course be glad
of the mission. Though not very poor lie is by
no means rich, relying as he does, upon the
unceitain rewards of public life for private snp
port. The President nnd the Senate Iiavo ratified a
treaty with Franco for the exchange of criminals
escaping from one country to nncther,similar to the
clause in the Ashburlon Treaty provided for the
Rksionation or Mr Choate. -It is now
confidently reported, upon the authority of letter,
received nt Boston from the Hon. Rufus Cliontts
that he will, ere long, resign his seat in the. Sen
ate of thu U. S. resignation to t.ikc effect on the
1st of March next-
Hon. John P. Hule, a member of Congress
from New Hampshire, is said to hnvo the loudest
voice of any man who ever spoke in the Hepre.
sentatives1 Hull In his fiist sprrch ho absolnb ly
astounded his auditors, nnd thu first thought eif
some was that nn Indian had comme nced the prac
tice of his war whoop in the House.
Dn Wts-rr.n's Balsam of Wild Cherry. This
is a chemical extract from Wild Cherry und Tar.
Every body knows that Wild Cherry possrssis
important ini-elicinal propertits nod Tar IValrr
has always hern administered in Coiisuinption.e.nd
I L.'ings nllections generally, by our oldest nnd
I safest physicians. This preparatinn embodies all
tho viitucs of Tor nnd Wild Cherrv in a much
smaller compass than nny oihrr ever procured.
The manner of preparinp? it, nnd its success in
all Polmonary and Liver affections, conclusively
.f l- r. ...
proves tins. vc say continently, no medicine ever
effecto.! such woudeiful cures. Let no one cive
up lo Consumption's fatal grasp without giving
this a trial. Being fonnrd Iroin vecitables fob
stances, congenial at once tn our soil and our sys
tem, it is safe, simple nnd efficient. A treatise "re
lating to this subject may be had, without charge.
at ;who also is ngent for the Balsam Cull
an I see it. Be sure to grt I )r, Wistar's Balsam of
WU I Cherry, ns there are imitations abroad.
Tor sale by Daniels fi Dell, Rutland.
BRIGHTON MAUKET Monday, Jan. 22.
At market 2S5 Decf Cattle, 1050 Sheep and 375
Prices. Ueef Cattle We quote few extra St 50
a 34 73. First quality $4 no a tl -5. Serond
quality, 3 70 a 4 00. Third quality $3 25 a $375.
Sheep.-Sales from tl 50 to 2 25. Weathers,
82 50 to 3 75.
Swne. A few lots selected to peddle 4 a 4 1-4
for sows and 5 a 5 1-4 fur barrows. At retail from
4 to G 1-2.
BOSTON WHOLESALE PRICES.
Provisions. Tho marki t for new Pork is in n
great minsurc unsettbd : the arrivals are large
far the season, and holders arc anxious to real
ize. Wool. Wc have no change lo notice in this
article thcro continue s to be a good demand for
all descriptions nnd price aro firm.
Poultry. Ttirkirs per lb. 0 to 12cl5.-Gtcse
common 7 to 9 Bremen 10 lo 12 Chickens C
to 10 Due,ks 8 to 10.
In Im, nn the 7th mst by Joshua Harrington,
Esq , Mr John B Louis to .Mit .Manah B. But.
con, nil of Ira.
In Pan let, mi the 24th inst. by he Rev. E. B. I
Hubbard, Mr. Jonathan B. Clatk to Mus N. Me-1
lisst Bromley, nil of Pnwlet.
in Fniihnecii, on the 25lh init. by Rev. Joeph
Steele, nf Cistl ton Mr. Jojiah Noitlnop to Mrs
Mary Ellis both ol Lastltton.
In l'lttslonl. on thoyist nut by the it r v. .Mr.
Titu, Mr. Cl.uk Taft lo Miss Mary Barnes,
both of PitUford.
Iii Shrewsbury, on the lGlh tilt, of consumption
after n lingering sickness which she bore with
meekness nnd Glintliun fortitude, Airs. I'lnln Col
burn, wife of D,si. Abijih Colbuin and diughter
ofZibi and Btisey Aldrlch, ngtel 33. She has
left a hiisinnd nnd three ehtldrcii to ltment her
untimely loss, but not without an evidence thnt
she has gone to enjoy the npprohition eif n God
who delights to own and blesf, She was n kind
companion, nn utb-ctinn ite mother and beloved sis
ter in the church. Comm.
In this village on Saturday but. by being scald
ed, Mark, child of John Quilty, aged 2 years and
Harrels Superfine Flour, for
sale by the Inul or barrel at a
small advance fmm I rnr iirjcps, by
HAH RETT & Co.
Jan. 20, 1844. 5:7
Tn HIS may entilv that I have cirrn mi
JL Stephoo Franklin Hale, a minor. hi limn.
in ne uceomes in t.iwiui ace. ami snail claim none
of his cirnini.'s,nn-l pay no debts of bin contracting
after Ibis date.
Hutlind, Jan. 20, 1R44.
r 11 lTm nmv rurllfv tlmt 1 hnvi. niroti mv r.
X Charles Dotv. a minor, hi- lime, doiinc the I
remainder ofliM minontv, and shall claim nono of
his caniinzs and pay no debts of his contraeiinrr nf.
. .1.! l. r. v.
ter iIih date
Jan. 25, 1814
STATE OF VKRMONT, 13 E it remembered
Uistrii l of Rutland, as. ) IJ that at special
probalo court held at Rutland within nnd for r.dd
district on the 27lh day of Januirv. A. ). ft 1.
'.'reseat. Wm, Hall, Judce.
Almond Powell, administrator of the psiate of
Jonathan Powell, late of Chittenden in said distrii I,
deceased, intestate, having ihi day presented hii
pctitionin wriiiiiL'. repieenting that it is necessary
to sell so much of the real estate of said deceased as
will raiso the sum of 8 1 10.00. in order to piv him
tho balance duo him as administrator nf-resaid, for
paying the debts and expenses of tdmioistration,
nirJ praying said court lo grant him license theiefor;
Il is ordered that said application he referred for
a hearinir and decision tntho first Monday, being
the 4tli day of March next, and that a copy ol this
order be published three weeks successively, prcvi
mis thereto, in Ibe Rutland Herald, a newspaper
printed at Rutland, that all persons interested may
appear and give, bonds far the payment of the debts
and charges of administration, or otherwise object
to iho tame if ihey see cause.
A true copy ol record.
5:7 HENRY HALL, Renisier.
State of Vermont ) DE it lemembcred
District of Rutland, ss. S 'bat at a special
ptobate court held at Rutland, within and for said
district,on iho 2Gth day of Jan., 1344.
Present AVm. Hall, Judce.
hvdi.i I'av. administratrix of tho iMtam nf
William l ay, late of Rutland in said dis
trict, deceased, intestate, proposing to render an
account of her administration of said estate.
It is ordered that sud account hu referred for
examination and allowance, to tho fiist Moudiy be-
ing the 4th day of March next, and ihntn copy of
mis orucr oo puottsneu inico weeks succes
sively previ iu thereto in the Rutland Herald, a
newspaper printed nt Rutland, thai all persons in
leicsied may appear and object to the same if they
see cause. A true copv ol record.
5:7 HENRY HALL, Register.
STATE OF VERMOFT,
C. & E. L. Or.tnger,
Irj jUn. Court Sept.
' Term, 1643.
Amoi Crippen fe al. Trustees
HI. RE AS Chester Grander and Edward L.
Granger of Pittsfoid in the county of Rutland.
at the aprii leim of this court, A. D. IS 13. com
menced their at turn against Arza Pearsons of frits
fiird aOiresid, in an ai turn on book, demanding two
hundred doll.us; wherein Amos Cripp'en and Amns
Crippen Jon. of Pjiigloid atoresaid wete summoned
lo gnawer as trutees of llie slid defendant.
I his causo Iiavinc been duly entered in court ai
the term aforesaid. Ihe plaintiff coma by Silas If.
Hodges, their attorney, and it being made lo appear
lo the inert hern that at iho lime of sereieo of the
plainttttV writ, thu defendant was nlweut from litis
stale and had not been notified ol the pendency of
Il is therefore ordered by ihe court that nolire of
me peimency oi tins .uil he given to ihe defendant,
by publishing Ihe Mlbstance oflhe PlainlifiV .Incl.
ration, with this order, in llie. Ruihnd Herald three j
...ii.iuii:ij, lasi oi wnteii shall lie at
least six weeks previous to the next term of this
court, lo he held at Rutland in slid rounty on the
second Tuondaj of April, A. D. 161 J. And day
thereof was givon, &o.
... . F. W. HOPKINS, Clerk,
b. 11. Hodges, Ally. 0:7
STATE OF VERMONT.
ft E. L. Craneer,
Autos C'rippen & al. Trustees.
In Co. Court Sept.
WHEREAS Chester Cranper nnd Edward L.
Granger of Piiislord in the County nf Rutland,
at ihe April icrm ofibis Miiiri, A. I). 1B43. com
menced their acnon against Ann Peai-on afore
aid, in an aclinn on note, dated llm 27ih diy ol
February. A. D. 1811, for ihe sum of 8I0..!)1. ply
able on demmd with interest: wherein Amoi Gnu.
pro aou nmos i.rippen jon. ol ntiioni atoresai i,
were summoned to answer as iriuteea of lhi. si d
n ano Amos i.rippen Jon. ol I'iliironl aforesal l,
I f n linl
i i I, .
. .... imiiig orro uiiiv cnirrcn ill couri at
llie lerm afoiesaid. ihe Plaiuiiffj came by Sila II.
Hndges, their attorney, and it being made to appear
to the rourt here thai at the lime of serviro ol ti e
p'ainliffs wiii the defendant was abten from this
state and had nut been notified of the pendency of
Il is thereforn ordered by the court that notico of
the pendency of ibis suit be given to the defendant,
by publishing Ihe substance of the plaintiff decla.
lation, with this order, in tho Rutland Herald, three
weeks sucresivcly, the fsst f which shill be al
least six week prei Ions to the next lerm of thi
court, lo be held at Holland in said county on ihe
second Tueday of April, A. IJ. IBI. And day
thereof was given, &c.
F. W. HOPKINS, Clerk.
S, II. Hodges, Any. 6.7
Jfo Uehtfnn pav
AKER'S LEATHER PRESERVER or 0.1
Illaelina. a superior iriidn for harnesses.
rjtse top. Roots, K'.r, ifc A-nufaejuird and
warranted by Jirn liaiu r, NewfMijt N II. and
N OTIC E.
A I.l persons hating claims against the town of
zjL Kuilsnd, are ri quoted in pieent litem fer H
justme nt to the siibcilbei, at It. H, Thrall's nfrw e,
on the t5ih diy of Krbrtmy irxt. The ('iul Au
thority of said low n are te'quoMrd lo mrrl at th
County CleiU's office on tint dsy, at a o'clock 1.
M , for lit purxisc of miking the netessary abate
JONs.C. THRALL. ).,, M,
JOSEPH A. DEI.ANI). JSS
isAAC o. lU:Yol.lJs,50,lu,,am)
Holland, SUih Jnnuaty, 1H41.
STATE OK VERMONT, J "OR it icinembered
District of Fairhaven. ss. C JLJ that at a probalo
court hidden t Castlelon within and for said dis.
trict on the S4lli day of January, A. I). 1814.
Vivid, Almon nrner, Jmlge.
Demmnn Giddinps. ndniini'iraior ol the estate of
Maiihn nidilliitrt. lata of Toiillney ill aKl distrlrli
deceased, proposing to render an account of his ad
ministration ol said estate;
It is ordered that said account bo r'trmfdafiuet'
amiued lor nlhnvance. nn the fllh day nf .M.trr It nexi.
at thr tirobate nfflco In said Castlcton. and that this
older be published three wcekl succotircly pretf-
oils tliercle, In the Hulln nil Herald, a newspaper
plinled at Rutland, w i h shall be snllii lout uotica
to nil persons inteieited of the time ami place of ex
amining said account A true copy ol'iecoril,
6:7 H. F. LANCnON, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, ( 12 E it rcmcrobeied,
Distilrt of Rutland, ss - that nt a special
Probate ('oiiit held at Hutlind within and fur said
distiict on the 'J-.'lh dav orJun., A. 1). 1841.
Present, Wm. Hill, Judge.
Lucindt Hromlev, a''minlstratiix of the estate of
Il.irlon Hroinley, fate of Danby, in said district,
dc eased, intestate, (imposing to render a third ac
count or her iidminUlratton of said estate.
Il is ordered thai saiil account be icfened for ex
amination nnd ,-ilhiwanen lo lite first Momla'v being
the 4th day of March tiexl,nnd that n opy ol this order
''e publishedlhree weeks sucecleduel.ii( there
to in the Rutland Herald, a newspaper printed at Rut
land, that all persoi.s interested may appear and
object to the same if they sea cause.
A Hue copy ofrerord.
6:7 HENRY HALL, Register.
A Farm for Sale.
N Pitu'oiii, one mile north of die mceihi? house,
in Whipple Hollow, coul lining about COO acres
of promt land, Wood and water handy niul of thu
best quality t there is on said larni thrco dwelling
houses and five barns ami sheds, Ac. convenient,
a good chance fur ti cnieiprisihg yuuttg man witli
a small capital. One entailer til liiu purchase mini'
cy will be requited down or in good paper, the to
maiiider may lay on mortgage lo tnit the purchas
er. The prico will be low to correspond with iho
limes. NAIIUM MILLS.
Pittsford, Jan. 17, 1811. eow3:7
ALL kind of Hook-Hind.
Ing W'ill he evectilod nt
the shortest notice, (u a neat
an 1 durable manner, at tho
old stand in rearof the Hook
Store. S. H. IJate.mam.
Rutland, January 23 I, 1611. 4:0
WE the subscribers, belli); appointed by the Hon
Probate Court for the dUtrtct of Rutland,
commissioners to receive, examine nnd adjust 11
claims and demands of all persons against the estat
Judclh Shum ri. late of Middletown
in said district, deceased, rcpresented fnsolvcntt and
also all claims and demands exhibited in oflVet
(hereto, and six months fmni tho IPih day of
Dec. lfl-13, being allmved by said court for that
purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice that
wo will attend to the business of our said appoint
ment at the office of ('. It. Harrington in Middle
town on the 20th div of March and the 31 day nf
May next, from I o, clock, p. m. until 4 o'clock p.m.
on each of said days.
(!. II. lUuniMOTo., AsAiier. 9rAi.DiNO. Com'rs.
Middlelown, Jan'y 1,1811. :ft
HAUQGK, MOUNT & BILLINGS.
WIIOI.KSAt.K nMLF.rts IM
BRITISH AND AMERICAN
1 73 IVail Nil co I,
One door above Pine Street,
ICConstantly on hand an extensivo asorlnienl
iW Foreign ami Domestic Dry Goods which are ol.
ered by tho pack igti or piece on the inoat favdfablo
Merchants and Dealers visiting our market aro
Invited Id call and examine oorslo'di and prier.
Il LL0CK, MOUNT fc HILLInCS.
New York. Mil. !:()
STATE OF VERMONT. ) II E It rehteinhered
Disliiet of Fatihaven. ss, f IJ Ih.-lt rtt a orolnln
court hidden at Castlelon wiihiu and for said dis
trict On the 17lh day ol January, 184 1.
Picsent, Almon Warrter, Judce.
Dan Illakoly, administrator of (lie cslaie of Joseph
Porter, Lite of Paw lei in Slid distiict; lleceascd;
proposing to render an account of hi adniiulstra
lion of said estate.
It is ordered that said accllunt he iecelvbd arid
examined for Mlnwame on the ith day of I' thru
iiry net, nt iho Prnh.itn oflien In CnKtleillh. and
that tins order be publi-hed ihren wrclH Sueres.
slvcly, pievious thereto in the Rutland Herald, a
newspaper pri lied al Rulland. whltdl fha be uffi
cldnt notice to all pernios inteiestt'd Of the lime anil
pla.ro of examining said acculmt.
A true copy of rei otd.
4:0 II. F. LANCDON. ReeUter.
State or VehjIo.it ) 15 E it reineni'icvn"
Dilrici of Rull.ind, s. f LJ that at a si i'l
probate conn held al Rutland, within, and for saM
di.itii.-l, on the Hill day of Jaiunry, Ifitl.
Present Wm. Ha.IL Jndpe.
William elanly adininiiralor of the eataic of John
R. llfte hem k late of Pitufuid. in vibl district e
ce.ljed. inlrxlitc, priipoin to reader an account of
bis administration ofnd i-u.itr.
It is ordered thai said arcmmi ne rf ferrnl for ex-
.lm,son and Hilowai.ru, lo the first Momly Ueie
' n. n.i. .i nv.i .... i
' ""i iij oei, iioo .na n ropj oi nil
i orucr no puiiiishmi three wei k suecessireir
iiom Iherelo In iKh .'.iihiiii ei .
printed at Hutlind, that all person interested nny
appear ami object in the name if they see cause,
A true copy of record.
3 5 HENflY liALI Jtegistcr,
STATE OF VERAONT, f IIE it rerr.emercd
District of r alrharen, s, It ihat at a prolixin
court holdeiral (Castlelon within and for said dis
trict on the 3d day of January IBM.
Present Alnvm Warner J.id((e.
An In.-trument in wri'lnj purporting to b thn
last will and teitawnt oflra Smith late of Orwell
in said ditril, deceased, bemw pifiicnied In 'said
couri by Julia A. Smith, tkcexrcuini iherun nam
ed, for probate s
It ii ordered by tho eotirt that nolire thereof r
clron In all prsons rnnesmed, op;)ear at a
l..nofai l couit lobe holdenal CastleHmonlheBin
day of He ruary pen, pinir.el the p-.l-ate ol
will, by publisliii.j. ihls or-ler three weeks rf''
irely previous t. said lim- of Ufrinz. In lt vn
HiraM, a newspjp!r pruned i Hut anJ.
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