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, . ) JABIVZ PROCTOR,
M large,)- BAMUl!Ij VIFT.
Dist. No. 1, DAVID CRAWFORD.
3, TITUS HUTCHINSON,
1, WM. A. GRISWOLU,
5, EDWARD LAM I).
In iirroiilmrp uilli nuineioin icqurfls fioni nii
mil pints of thoslslc, imlion ii line by irn lli.it
rlale eniuenlioii uf I lie ficpinpn nf Verinnul, fiicoil
Iv !u ilie (Irrlinii of ll.niifiiu nml (irniiscr, uill lio
liilili-n nt tlio Court otnp. in Montpilicv, on
Thursday the 20fi day of Oct. inst-,(ir tlio pur
iosg of mlopthiR such iup.huicj us in ly Iip. deemed
proper nml iiiT(v.iiy picparatory U tlio cleclnra
olrntion. It is liiijlif-iip? ir.ilili! Ill il llicit lie a full
ollenileure, p.ii licul'ii l nf lite young mm, funn
lIlCECUIul InttlH III the H.ltP.
Mil. TON I1IIOWN, .,
WM. Iir.HAIlI), r'J,
C. I.. KNA1T, 3 L0
Slontpclicr Oct. 1 1S3G.
Tlio render will observe tlial Micro is lo
be n Fltilo convention of Hi u Irionds of
Harrison nml Granger at Montpelior, on
Thursday next. Turn out! Farmers,
Mechanics, Young Men (,fnll classes!--Spend
a day or I wo ut tlio Capital Ionic
in upon your servants nf iho Legislature
and by your presence and your voice give
still another impure to l ho plorions cause
ol HARRISON and REFORM.
'J'bc Legislature uf.this slulo assembled
at Mnntpelicr yesterday, and after clcciing
a speaker and clerl; pio lem. and appoint
ing a canvessing cinimiiltce, ndjuiirned to
hear an "election sermon." Buth IIono?
met again at 2 o'clock, and the canvassing
commit lec having romplcted their labors,
reported that Sdns II. Jcntson was elected
Goicrnor, David M. Camp I. Governor,
nod Augustine Clarke Trcasuier, for lie
year ensuing, of which tlio Shciiff of Wash
ington County made proclamation. Par
ticulars next week.
The new Stale House is altogether u
splendid affair, and I Ik Senate Chamber
and Representative!.' Hall being elegantly
Cirpetcd, it is not i-tmnpo that there should
ba pome contest for uats "on the floor ul
the house," this .car, (specially in a snow
etorm. The "out door members" are said
to be numerous, but fuiiiewhat out nf tun
per with tho weather, probably.
The result of the iccent election in
Maryland cannot fail lo give tho livelier!
satisfaction lo the friends of good order and
sound principles throughout the country.
It proves that there is "a redeeming spirit
in tho People." which will rebuke the mis
uso of Power which holds to t he cuprum
acy of the Law ami abides by tho Con
stitutions which t ie People have framed.
Friendly to Reform, and to all legitimate
means for its cnf.r ci iiu nt, they refuse lo
seek it thtough tho means of Revolution.
Thcy'thriiik from violence, destruction, dis
organization. They will pursue legitimate
means. They will noi build up by destroy
inn nor tec in Rum 'the true image of
Reform. SIXTY Wing-, and 10 Tunes
are elected to the Leg'.s'ature.
The. Nc.'.YoiIi V.spic?.' fhjs "John S. Sell,
man, one of ilic dermis fur Anne AiuiuIp.I, jiplilinj
lo lbs ilMliuclionb of his connliliieiils u cvpiessr.i
1I110113I1 ihe h.illolho, has piompllv nml hunoi.itilj
..nniiil llm elecioiill cuIIpsp. mid is riuahliu.l.
A IiMIpi horn Anapolis f.iji", "All hr-re me coiifi.
iknt lhat in Ilie couisp 01 a n.iy or to, 111c eou-ii-ttilioii.il
number of eleclois will qualify, and 1l1.1t
a 6CI1.1IC will be iIiofpii
Nk.w Jr.nv.v. By a conflict between the
laws o' New Jcrsry and those of Congress
in relation to the time ol election, it is as.
corlaincd that the choice of the Electoral
College for that State will devolve upon
the Legislature. The Legiitattiro, howcv
cr, will bo governed by the popular voice
Pennsvi.vama. We yesterday assured
our readers that Pennsylvania was going
for Harrison, notwithstanding the boasts
of tho Argus. Il is n singular fact, that
tho tories have this year claimed every
thing, and Inst almost every thing. They
hurraed for Kentucky, Indiana. Alabama,
Louisiana, North Carolinn, Vermont, and
Maryland, as if they had actually carried
those states. When the correct returns
came in, it was found their victories wore
defeats of Iho worst kind. So it is turning
nut with Pennsylvania. Tito Iricnds of
Gen, Harrison are now poiilivcly certain of
eucccss in that stale. From tho tenor ol
the returns wo this day publish, taken from
tho Philadelphia papers of tho latest dale,
wo arc perfectly tatitfied that Ihe Harrison
Electoral ticket will bo carried by a deci
tied majority. In corroboration of our
opinions, wo would state the circumstanco
that iho American Sonlincl of Saturday
is silent as to the results. Had there been
nny thing cheering lo tho causo of Van
Burcnism, that paper would certainly havo
made tho most of it. Albany Adv.
A Pekp'Ueiiimi tub Cuiitan A Cur
respondent of Iho Iloson Atlas write that
(he whole Van Huron camp is in perfect
onstcrnation. Ono gentleman in Albany.
writes his correspondent in New Yotk !
''Our friend Vnn Huron is here, still n
inouicin n cheofG'-hc appears depressed,
and anxious In be alutic. A few things ntu
going badly -1 wish tho d d election
could be brought on to morrow delays aro
dangeiiius." Another writrs ''How are
things going with yon! I ytt think we
shall elect Van Huron; but as soon as Ihe
clcc'ioti is over, we arc all broken up. 1
hope we may keep togcthcranolhcr month."
A third exclaims--"Of all tho political
scoundrels that ever disgraced the State,
tlio loenfocos ate tho greatest--no confi
denco c.11. be placed in the in. Our gover
nor is lost. I pray thai tho Van Huron
Klecloral ticket may not share the same
fate; but Iho worst is lo be apprehended.
F LOuTBTrCAMPAlG N.
We learn from tho Georgetown Metrop
olitan, that the President his ordered a
Court of Inquiry, lo consist of Major Gen
oral Macomb, as President; Brigadier Gen
erals Brady nml Atkinson, mcmberc; and
Capt. Samuel Cooper as Judge Advocate
ami Recorder; lo bo held ul Frederic, Ma
ryland, as scon as tho state of tho service
will permit: of which Iho President of the
Hoard will be the Judge to investigate tl.o
causes of tho failure of the campaign in
Florida under Gen. Scolt and Gen. Gaines,
and of the delay in prosecuting the rain
paign against Ihe Creek Indians in Alabama
Two more Slates, Iowa and Wicconsin,
making twetily-eighl, arc t n I If od of for ud
mission into tho Union. 'J'hey are nt pres.
tul comprised within the territory nf Wis
consin, and contain a population of 50,000,
of which the Iowa country contains 25 or
30,000, The latter tract lies west of tho
Mississippi, and is -ISO miles in length, in
cluding the head, of Iho Mi.-sipui, called
Itasca. Plenty of room fur now States still
west of Iowa.
lxi'.cu rivr, iwi iionagi: tug sue.
When llcnlon, Cinihiclcng, Van I'nicii, Kite?,
and their iis.-oci.ile!, weio iifsailing the. leJininislin-
lion of iUr. Ad.nn, Mr llcnlon got up 11 Itrport
on the subject of nxeruthc l'.ilron.igo. In thin
dopuiiicnt he was cloipicnl in tupporl of the Scn.iic
nml di iiouiippil die. puuers of the r.xcculiie ns
menacing desli uclloti lo our Conlilulioiial liber
ties, air. lSenlijii nUo indalged in i.iticin.iiion,
nml pirilicleil ilie e"y stale of thing now impen
ding out the Uopnhlic.
"We In k fniwaiil 10 iho lime," f.'ns the Col
onel, "ivtieii the puhtic ieemic will ho il'iuhteil;
when tlio ei i il mill inililaiy nflieeig of I lie IVileral
(5opi nnienl uill he (iMthuplpil; uhen its inlhieuee
nci iii'liiiilu.iU will he multiplied lo mi indefinite
etirnl, when the tiDtmiinlion hy the 1'ie.sitleni e.111
emiry nny man ihioiigh ihe Senate, and his leeom
memlalion pan cany tiny income lliiott;li the (wo
lloufes of Oougi opj nhei ttie principle of piilihc
action will he open mul nvowed Iho 1'ieshlent
uants mvinlp, mid 1 want his p.itton.izp; 1 wilt
otc as lie wiidies, mid ho uill fiic mu I lie ollicc
I "isli for. SVI1.11 will this he hut ihe gmennuent
ofunc man? And what is the government of one
111.111 hut n mon. noils'! Names :11c nolhing. Tho
ualiiie of a thiii2 i in its Hih.-iaucp, mid ihe name
accommodates ilfcif to the suhitanee."
At n much eailier peiiod than eien Mr llenion
could hae nntipipalcd, the ciild.iy has nuitcil.
The public icicnuc is 11101 e ih.in douh'cd, ami what
isoftlill gi cater eon?eipicncP, ihe puhlic Kxpcndi
line is moic linn liehled. The ciil anil miliiaiy
furee of tho (lOiciniiicnt is ijuathuplcd. The
I'lc-iilcnl's nominatini has eanied the most jiirlly
obnoxious men thtough the Senate, and 1 he moM
justly obnoxious m?atiics through h.jth houfes of
Congress. Andul1.1t is slill moie nl.irniing, the
Picsidenl not onl) noniiiaites hisoun ofiicpisto
the Senate hat nomiiiatrs his own fuccessor 10
the people! It iciii.iins lu he fccn, uhfiher Mr
ljenton's woist predictiuus will he lealizcd and
uhclher Jotin Handolph fuinied a just estimate of
Presidential power nnd pnpulir Inlelligpiipe, ulicn
ho said "Turn our Constitution as you please,
the Presideit will elect his mcecssor; and that
tucccssor mill be his oten son, teliexercr he may
happen to have one of a suitable asc." Host.
The Richmutid Rnrttiircr says that the
rrcent elections held in different parts uf
the couuiiy have so devcLpcd Mr Vnn Hu
ron s strength as to leave no doubt on tho
candid mind, but that be will be elected hy
the people. Now it may he worth while
to look fore moment at these "devohm-
incuts;" and if it does not satisfy us that a
lew morn ol liiein will kill nil Van Huron
it-in, then there is no verity to Mr. Wood
burv's "nirtenlous signs."
First cemos up North Carolina wit Ii a
whig majority of 5000 for Governor. Tho
post is secure. The votes have been coun
ted, nnd tho remit is as certain as figures
can "nuke i'. Tho vote of North Carolina
ocs against Van Huron, beyond a doubt.
What hoitofa development is this?
Nexl comes Kentucky, with n whir mi
jnrity for Governor of COOG. Tho Anti-
Van Huron electoral ticket will carry the
dav bv ns largo a vole.
Next conies Indinna, with a Senate of
29 whig, and It! Van Huron and these
chosen nt the lost election that bus lakcu
placo in Ihal State. How does this suit
Mr. Ri'.chio by way of development ?
In Alabama the Senate stands 17 whigs
und 1 1 Van Huron, and 2. doubtful; giving
tho whigs a majority of from 5 lo 50 uu
joint ballot, Tho election 1 hero has only
been for members of llm legislature but
as it is one of'the developments appealed to
by Mr Ritchie, it will answer.
lu Vermont tho whigs have elected four
members ofcongrcfs, and their Governor
by a majority of about 6000 votes. Here
is n dove'opment for you !
In Louisiana, two or three whig mom
bors of congress havo been elected, and
the wliigs claim a majority in thu legisla
ture. This is another doAalopmcni on
which Iho Enquirer bases tho improved
hopes of Mr. Van Huron.
In Maryland, twenty ono whig delegates
to Iho Electoral College havo been chosen,
and nineteen Van Hurcn. The lalicr ha vo
mode themselves illustrious hy tlicir at.
tcmpla nt revolution. A day or two will
give us further light on Maryland. The
WahinL'lon Sun nnnnunccs, from atilhcn
tic source, that thu highest judicial func
tloiiory ha" declared that Iho conduct of
tho Nineteen will prostrate Vun liurcntsm
in that state. Wall a day or two. The
election for delegates look phtco 011 Mon
As to the further interesting developments
for Mr. Van Huron in Maine, the admin
istrntion majority has been diminished one
unit. In Illinois lie has lietu lus own. 111
Missouri, Iho Van Huron Governor carried
about 1,000 majority. Arkansas Is proba
bly Van Huron ; and Rhode Island there
has been no great change from Inst spring.
As far ns heard from, then, by recent (dec
lions, tho accuunt uf developments stands
as follows :
Van Buren. Anti Van Huron.
Illinois 5 Louisiana 5
Missouri 4 Kentucky 15
Maine tl Indiana 0
Arkansas 3 Alabama 7
Rhode Island ! N. Carolina 15
V B. 27
In this account, wo have tried every
slalo by tho test of election returns ; nnd
wo have baod our statement on 1I10 returns
of tho Journal of Commerce, a iirulrnl pa
per. Mnryland we havo omitted alto
gcther, content to wait for iho returns
nf Monday's election, before we lake her
into thu account. Of the nbovo states,
the lories have always calculated as confi
dently upon Indiana. Alabama, North Car
olina, Kentucky, nnd Louisiana, as they
have upon New York. Those that they
hnvo got, wo havo always conceded In
tlieni wiih the exception of Rhode Island;
and it is still n mutter of very serious doubt
how that little state will givo her electoral
vote. Of the remaining states, tho wliigs
now count with commence upon
South Carolina, 1 1
l'enns) Ivania, 30
Georgia, 1 1
Add to those as above,
Ami Van Huron vote, 1 03
Necessary to n choice, 140
In tins aeeounl wo have omillod Mary
land and Virginia 'lie voles of which
stales are. In say the least, doubtful; the
boiler opinion is that lliuy will both go
against Van Hurcn. Every tiling gives ns
daily reason for the conviction, nut only
that Martin Van Boron will bo defeated ;
but that a Wmci Piiesiijknt wii.i, nr.
ui.KCTr.t) 11 v Tim Pkopi.k.
Tub voice or MAnvi.ANn. We are
enabled 10 present below, returns of the
recent election from all the enmities in the
State for members to the next House of
Delogntcs, by which it will bo wn that
Ihe whig cause has obtained a signal tri
umph over tin: Van Buren parly ; thu Int
l or has met with more than a "Waterloo
defeat," and may be said to have been
completely routed "hor.-c, foot, und drag
oons." ron dei.koatks to iiiu ar.s. Assr.Min.v.
Whig, Van Hurcn.
Allegany, 2 2
Washington, 1 3
Frederick, 4 0
Mouigomory, 4 0
Prince George's 4 0
Calvert, 3 1
Charles, 3 1
St. Mary's, 4 0
Annapohs c ly, 2 0
Annc Arundel, 4 0
Hilt imoru city, 0 2
Baltimore county. 0 .1
Harford, 2 2
Cecil, 0 .1
Kent, 4 0
Q.uecn Anne, 4 0
Talbot, .1 0
Caroline. 3 a nr..
Dorchester, 4 0
Somerset, . 0
Worcester, 4 0
Total, GO 10 ! ! !
Those marked with one month ago
elected Van Huron electors to Ihe College,
but as will bo seen hy the return-, havu
now sternly rebuked their recusant ser
vants who havo thus far refused to enter
tho Klecloral Onllego and there perforin
Iho imperative duly for which I hey weru
elected, Isnltimore I'aper,
Fioni ihe Albany Daily Adicrli-cr.
Gov. Gii.MKii of Gcoria, has come out
against Mr. Van Huron. He says in a ro
cent communication, that the contest is 'a
struggle between the patronage oftho gov
eminent and the independent action oftho
people, tho love of office and the love of
Am. Haw. Co.nnucticut. Tho clec
lion in tho town nf Sharon. Litchfield
county, Connecticut, has for the first
lime in two years, gone decidedly for the
Wliigs. Sharon has long been tho centre
of whole hogisin in that county. The
indications are certainly becoming very
decided, that Connecticut will yet go
against Mr. Van Buren.
The sale Secretary Cass' furniture was
well attended, Il is represented to be
gorgeous in the extreme. Democracy at
Washington, consists, in splendor and
show. Tho peoplo hear much about Ihe
simplicity of republican manners. Let
1 hern vi-it Head quarters and they will
find mil why tho oflico holders fight so des
pcraloly to remain in power.
Robespierre and Marat wore wonderful
democrats in their day! At tlicir man
date, heads fell from iho scaffold with
bloody rapidity, just as they would now, if
tho Tories dared carry out their infamous
parly proscription. And all the frightful
tyranny oftheso men was nnneir.,1 in iho
nonin ofLiberly and tho people, just as
tho leaders of the anarchists now prclcnd
that their proceedings are those of the poo
pie- Tlicir career however was thort ani.
so will bo theirs who imiloln lli-ir vicos,
and riot in the spoilaof a bleeding country,
CtiAnACTunisTic Anmv.u.. N. York,
Oct. (5, arrived schr. Martin Van Hurcn, 3
days from Folly Landing, with soft corn! !
Cauinkt AniiA.sor.MEMS. The Wash
ington papers auiioiinco the resignation of
(Jov. Cass appointed minister In France.
ns Secretary of War, and the appointment
ofMr Butlor, tho Attorney General to the
temporary nilminislrn'.lon of tho affairs ol
Ihal depnrlmcnl. Gov. Cass took his do
parturo from '.ho seat of government for
Now York whence he was !o embark with
his family on Tuesday.
Death of the Hon, Hubert II. Guldsbnr
nugh.--Onr correspondent at Ccntrovillo,
under date ol'liic 5th in-l. mentions the
alarming illness of the Hon. R ibcrl II.
Gohlsbnrongh, ono of tho Roproscnlnlivcs
of this Slate in tho Senate of the United
Slates. We havo now to perforin tho
melancholy duly of announcing his death,
which took place at his residence near
Eoslon, 011 Wednesday, abnul 12 o'clock.
Mr. Gold.-borough, besides Iwico repre
senting this slate in the national entitle Is.
has fillled many other distinguished posts
with groat credit. He was n conscientious
upright and consistent statesman, an ac
complished scholar and orator, and n gen
tleman of the most polished manners of the
old school. His place will not be easily
filled Hall. Citron.
Mt:r.Arciini,v Suicinr.. It is" our pain,
fill duty to announce tho death in Ibis
vicinity oftho Hon. William C. .larvi--,
recently of Boston, and the lain popular
speakers of the Mass. House of Represen
tatives. Mr J. fell hy his own bond-
Ctarcmonl (Ar.JI.) Eagle.
Gam: on Lakh Kniu. The Buffalo
Commercial Advertiser of the 3d instant,
gives tho following account of disasters
ocaasioncd by the heavy gale, which com
menced blowing 00 the 1st ins!., about
midnight, and contlntiod until morning.
Il is conjectured that much other damage
has been occasioned along the lake shure
by the violence oflho slorm.
Schooner Florida owned by Joy & Web
stcr, wool nshore and bilged, on tho beach
n 1 it 1 1 0 below tho light-house. She left
I purl two. or three days before, but was
driven back, anil in attempting lo make
1 Black Rock harbor, ran ashore. The crow
j wero all saved; but the cargo is consider
I ably injured. Tho goods on deck arc
j completely lost, having been twept off by
The ship Milwaukie, which wenl out on
the second of October, was dtiven hack
with Ihe loss of her foreiard arm, and jolly
The steamboat Commodore Perry hud
her chimiiies enp-ized
Twelve horses belonging lo several
canal bunts, were drawn off the tow pa'h,
in endeavoring to low the, boats to which
limy weru attached, tl rough the danger
ous and exposed portion of the canal in
Black Rnrk harbor. Five of them were
saved, and Iho remainder drowned.
Fkmig Orr There is no use of
grumbling about n hard winter in pro-pect.
No such thing. D.in't let us borrow troo
ble. The wmtir is going to be an easy
winter a remarkable cay winter a splen"
did easy winter for those who arc not
over head and ears in speculation. Talk
about folks living ihrouL'h such a terrible
hard wiutci! Pshaw! We will wager any
thing that some rogues will live through 11
who have lived too long nlready,md win! i
more, that Iho end of it will find more
mouths to be filled than its commencement,
and more to fill them withal. P. oplo aro
not going to bo idle, ho down, curl up and
die. They have been screwed up long
enough, and rather beyond the slicking
point. The day of long billls and lunger
faces is passing away, notwithstanding the
crnnkings of n few stand. at th" comer. of
I lic-si reels - vvil Ii haiuls-in breecbe men.
Before spring, butler will go a begging at
ninepenee a pound; llnnr at seven or eight
dollars, and then pny an enormous profi'.
Groceries of nil kind", beef and pork, will
go off at a mere nominal price. Indeed
many of the porkers havo already eniered
into a comuina'iou not to be stuck tins fail
if their owner. demand inure than 5 centi
a pound, and if our beaf dealers dnu'l
knock, under present price, their catlle
hnvc concluded not lo knock under to them,
Sellers hnvo had their turn in feeding on
clover, and iho buyers will have theirs at
l.inst so says llm old prophetess ut the fool
nf Asciilney. High prices and scarcity of
money cannot go hand in hand much long
er. It isn forced and unnatural fellowship.
aim 1 no connexion must lie dis.-olved
People appear to bo stnudiiii' without
knowing it, upon a huge, hollow, bepuffed
inuta ruuuer nan, concealed within which
arc all kinds ol speculators, stickim? need
les through it for the purposo of making
honest people on the outside start nnd
jump up and down, nnd lull back lour feet
ut every two they rue. Their needles
will soon let nil tho wind out o the ha
and it will flatten down, not much to the
amusement uf those within, who must bear
the superincumbent "'eight. Depend upon
it, inarm, t hoy will ha've Ihotr turn in
laughing at tho wrong shin of their mntilhs
so if you want your butter oaten ju-t
fetch it on, at ninepciico a pound, before it
gets lower. Clarcmoul llaglc.
The Factouv Giiu.s at Lowell slill re
sist the new regulations which allow the
keepers oflho Comuaiiies' boardimr hnnsoa
to charge them an increase of board.
n.i 1 . 1 1 . . . .. .
1 iicv oeiii nmeeuugio mu niiniDpr ol 1500
on Tuesday nllernoon for Iho purpose of
adontin" regulations, to onnhln tliom i
act in concert, and tho meetinr? wns nilimirn
ed to this aftccrnoun, when a cotnmilleo,
appointed tor Iho purpose, is to report
what has been done, to eoneentrnir. il.
opposition to Iho now regulations, as lo
board. As the whole history of tliisquar-
rui may uu pui 111 a nui-siieil it may be
well lo j?ive it. When the Mill;, ivor., no-
lablished, tho proprietors built 0 number of
small, convenient tencinenls f,,r ll.n ,.,,.,.
modalion of ihair operatives, winch lenc-
iiicoiB uiry hi io persons who agreed lo
lake their upprai'vc" on board nnd in or.
dor lo protect the female operatives from
the rapacity of Ihe keepers of Iho hoard'
tug hnoes, it was expressly stipulat
ed that the price of female hoard ihould
not exceed gl 25.
Frrqiionl complaints have been made by
the boarding house keepers that t ho price
was too low, but tho Companies would nut
allow them to raise the price of board until
it was found that at the present prices of
provisions and fuel, which huvc risen near,
ly 50 per cent, the sum was not sufilcien!;
and after due deliberation it was permitted
them, ns jusl and reasonable, lo charge the
girls gl 50 per week, 25 cents more. It
is in resistance of this act of the Corpora
lion that these very grateful girls have
kicked up this bobbery. Boston Trans.
Cums'ino --A shorl time eIiicc, High
Coii-tablo Hays went to search n house
whore a man had been robbed of a jJlOO
bill. Alter n strict search, ho was about
to leave without success, when ho sudden
ly turned to the old woman in attendance.
nnd giving her his hand, wished hern good
bye. In so doing, tho craflv officer drew
a tailor's thimble from her finger in which
wos hidden the identical note ! This wor
I Ii v functionary ha- obtained such a know
ledge of human nature in consequence of
ins lung practice that he is almost omnis
Tnr. Dr.Aii Ai.ivk.-Ah old officer on
tl.o retired list, living nt Saintcs, in Ihe
Charentu Inferieurc, a few davs ago. fell
into a lethargy, and was buried with mill
lary honors', under Ihe conviction that lift
was extinct; but 0 wakened hy the firing ul
tho platoon over his grave, which look
place before the coffin was covered with
earth, he made himself heard hy bis cries,
was taken nut, and walked home nrm in
arm wilh those who had behoved they had
taken their last farewell of him.
The following from Naples of iho I2ih
tilt, is extracted from Ihe Aog-bii'gh Ga
zellc: "Every thing ntniuuiices thai r,
new eruption of Vesuvius i al hand. The
smoke is not as yet very perceptible ; but J
Ihe inclined plane near tin' crater is burn
ing, and the excessive brat oflho -nil can'
hardly be endured. '1 he general opinion
is that the eruptions always succeed very
hot summers: it is a phenomenon 1 hut has
been remarked. Vesuvius, however, is
thought to be io a slate ol decline ; during
the last 20 or 30 years the ch vat' il cone
I hat siirmoi nis it ha- been lowered by more
than 300 feel, and 1 lie coining eruption
tnusl lower it slill more. The last calculation-give
the munntain an elevation ol
Gi.nnious Nr.ws ron Tin: Ladik.
Three fourths oflho inhabitant? of CjI.--villi",
Wisconsin tor., nre imle, tho mhei
fourth aro married. Smio merchants there
offer lo pay the freight oi'u c.irpo of girls,
and will ensure their lieforo 'starting n
hnnd-nmc log hut each, and as much bomi
I uy and bear's meat as ihey can enl: all I hey
I will have lo do 1-, to boo eorti, dig petaloe-,
land do Ihe house work in general. I'rav,
'I'o site npportuniiv fur lepairin and painliii?
I the Melhodi-I Chapel, llieseivipps will he .men. led
iiillielyM.il lluii-u oil Ihe luo next Sathalhf.
Oi-ln. Ill, 18 K.
In lliHtonn nn ihe (iih iust., Mi-s Sauaii An
DRUS, I He of Wnleoii, Vl. aged 18 jeure. ( l'i int
pis in Mn-ippi nre ifqiiPsipd to notice.
In this lunn, nil .Sun, I iv I. hi, al ihe house uflior
son, .Mis. JlAUV, wife of Dr. Joreph Touey of .S'a
Inn Mas', aged 0'5.
ni. 11 n..,.in. .i 1 mi 1 mi 1 wii mu
'TMIE copartnership heretofore existing
- tin ier I he fi'tn of J. & II. Ci. ikk, was
this day di-solved by mutual consent. All
nrcounis duo said firm mui ho immediate
Iv settled. JOSEPH CLARK
Milton. Oct 12 1B.1G.
MAVE ree'd a few bale of vurv supe
nor BUFFALO ROBES, '
Duflile nml 5 Point Blankets,
( Real Fiench Kid S ips
in nvy Kid do
i Thick Sole do
t- Gaiter Hoots
Ci I Boliver do
Walking Shoes, &c.
A few baskets best Cliamp'n WINE
Lisbon, Port and Malaga,
Crockery & Glass Ware
T CURTIS & CO. aro now oponinr
ju-. uieir iun purcnases o Crockery
nod Glass Ware, consisting of all the de'i
ble articles in their line. Amunrr tlc"m
may bo found. "
Globe, Hall and Astral LAMPS
Cut, press M & plain Stand do
Wine, ! r.
Jelly, nnd f ('''A.bSLs
Dining Sells, from 1 10 to 210 pieces
Plain, White and Enainel'd Ware
Whilo, gilt edged and bronzed
China Tea Setts,
China Fruit Dishes
All ?UV R,r0U,!'iI: ani,,Flinl l'mb!cr. &c
Orl "rlwo " "" "1C llCSl t0r,"5
CASH FOR I3UTTUU
oa nth nm1' w'"'
OLD Hyson. '
Imoerinl fin ni , I
Gun Powder, J ! .,,r ,,
Souchong and Black. f " '
llyaon skin, and Young Hyson j
Coffee, nennpr tnir.., ..... J
r , . - " ' i ,v v , a 1 i, e r , s.iieruius.
A cood assortment nf llm i.
...ni 1 . . . " uuuvu urncics
wt 1 1 bo kept on hand at tho lowest prices.
. .. u'.'11'i.i, i-L'iins iV Co.
TMPROVIU) STEAM DREDGE.
n m'i. ., .i.. it... ,.n:.ra 1 . . , 1 1 . 1 mi t hp
inn-t rensonablo terms, at I. & J Towns-
end's furnace, Albany, his newly inventud
Sicnm Dredge, Having built n number of
Machines for Lvons &. Howard, for thu
U. S ales, llud-on river improvement, and
Canada, and also one for Ihe U, States at
Chicago, end onu for n 'I rny compnny.
Halters himself that his Dredge is superior
to nny now in us".
Persons wishing lo build or cnniraci lor
Steam Dredges of any size or form, cither
in part or iho v. holo iron and wood work
complete, will do well lo call on tho sob.
scrihor before I hey contract.
All persons nre continued not to infringe
on the rights of thu subscriber, either by
u-iing or vending Ihe same under the pen
alty of Iho law.
3w. MULLEN HARrTEL.
npHE celebrated Newton's Panocoa. or
purifier of the blond, an invaluable
remedy, by J. J. II. PECK St CO.
1 Qoinlnls Cod Fish, ju-t landed, by
1 OKJ .1. & J. II PECK & CO.
C) iW. Mantlln Malls ol nil sizjs, just
received by Lkmuf.i. Curtis & Co.
October I I
India Rubber Aprons.
The subscribers have received
a largo supply of the above articles from
the Lynn India Robber Co. mid can now
soply 1 he'r Cust aners with any quantity.
Li'.muki. Coin is & Co.
October I 1. 1.'I3G.
(A. To Rent, A Dwelling
ItVtSZi II, , ll.n I I'.,, n .,nntl P..,.,
l5jtkr i Iv shunted near the square.
Enquire of LATH ROP & POT WIN.
Hnrlingten, Oct 1 1. 11135.
-J () Biles sup. Ingrain and Common Car
lKJ pets. 3 do Figd. Floor Cloths, India
Malting, Hearth Rugs &c. for sale by
Latiiiiop & PoTWIN.
' p II E subscriber, nrqnainl their friends
und ihe public that they have entered
into enparl nershtp. nnd have nncn"da shop
tienr the corner nf Church and King streets,
where Ihey vwM dri's-- nnd dye nil kinds of
Furs, at reasonable price--. They ol-o in
tend io keep liir sale 1110-1 kinds n DRES
SED nnd DYHD FURS, nnd will buy all
kinds of raw fiir. Persons wi-hing In hnvo
furs ilrp. i-d or dyed nre invited .o call and
examine specimens of our work al the fac
tory, which i! h confidently believed will
HIE R I) KM ANN & VOLK.
Burlington, Oct. 12, K13G.
Lathrop 2c Polwin
TOTAVING been engaged the last two
ii.lt months ii selecting their FALL
GOODS, have now the phastiro of off .ring
to Ihe publ.e one of the heaviest und be-T
selected n--ortinents ol Rich, F.i-htonnble,
and Fancy Dry Go. ids ever ofiered in llm
market. Too fo'lowieg are a few of iho
leading arlicles, viz.
27 pieces h'ue, black, brown, invisible.
green, ndehado and drake neck BROAD
27 pieces henvv slriped. plaid and rihlrd
Buck Skin am! Common CASSI M MRES.
Plaid and p'niu HATINETTS.
Drab, blue and invisible green PILOT
CLOTH, for over coats.
Silk, velv", todiuei nnd Vnlen'ia Vrsi
ings. French. German, .lncquard--. Eti".
and common M rru.- and Cine is, as. "
Gerunn. Goals Hair, ('rape ami c mi
nion Gamble's. Ii bazine-and binibi-
z.MIe--. Green, crim-nn, and scarlet Mo.
rcims. Merino nnd wor.-o! Ilo-uerv. I! I(
white! und n:iiri M..riii,i Shawls' Em
broidered Thibet nod Merino Hnndkrchl's.
Colored wor-ii'd mid sill; blend Edging--.
Indies" fur lined Gloves, superior "inns;
-lii'i do. SILKS. '
07 pieces comprising every shade and
quality ol plain and fig,,,-,.,) Gr0 do Naps,
liro de S'.i i.-s. and Ponli do Soi. Superior
black Italian G.o do Swiss and P mil de
Soi. Heavy hlael; s-il!c Ojuibtuis. grey do.
Pongees, sewing, twist, ehnl'v, 1,17(1 plain
silk Handkerchief-mid Scarf.'; niu-lm and
lace capes nnd col nrs; down scarfs, thread
and bolunetio laco edgings nnd in-rt in"s;
quilling and netl Laces; long kid and open
silk gluves, &c. &c.
10 bales Lawrence mill Sheetings. Tick
ing. V I lllil 11 IkIIIk. null,,,, ,.,.. .l,,ln
and brown Cminn Flannels; white', mean
nnd yellow Engh-h Flannel-j rose" and
point Blankets. &c.
DRY GROCERIES of every dccrip.
Hon. CROCKERY, GLASS, & CHI
NA WARE, &c. &c.
Burlington. Oet. 1 030 .
t if-T-ING dissolved my cnnne.Nionj:
in business with Mr. 'Abbott, andj
-(.removed lo the west side oftho Square.t
31 would tender my sincere thanks iumv
? friends and the public for the patronage
,of the past year, and respectful v soli J
cil its continuance, and the good iifiiccs
.or all who wish u,o well. I am now
.making, and design to keep on hand, a
5'good BRsurtyieni uf
tCnhinnt IVm-mi .1- 1"K:..t
adapted to the market. & shall endenvnri
Jlo mnkn Iho now ostabli-hmeni wnrtbvt
, ... i.iniLiiui.- nun support. West T
siue Court House Square. ' T
t n . K- ''ANGBORN. I
Z Liirlmglon, Oct. 3, 1II3C.
Broke into th n nn nine
, ., , .. v., worn K! Ul IIIU
subscriber about iho first of September .,
red hno backed three year old steer. The
owner is requested to provo properly pay
Charges and lake him n.n.. 1 1 , a
ci ii , ""too IvUfSSiill,
bhulburn, Sept. 12, isuo.
P I MITT ,. .