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Q7"Thg Weathbii. This it getting to
bo quite a fiivoiitu topic (if remark us wi'll in
the newspapers us in private circles. Ami
wo aro quite sure tlmt oxceudingly respecta
ble old gentleman "tlio oldest inhabitant,"
would be sonicwlint puzzled to recollect a
spring so "backward in coming forward" as
this. Snow full on Wednesday evening to
tlio depth of two or three inches, and sleighs,
overcoats, and umbrellas aro in ns good de
mand now, as they have beed nt any part of
the season. Wo arc not quite so forward in
this respect, howover, as our brcthcron over
tho mountain. The Chronicle of the 5th
instant says snow in Windsor is two feet
deep in the open land and nearly thrco feet
in tlio woods and that the thermometer, on
the 4th of April, stood nt zero I
SECOND ADVENT LECTURES.
Mr. C. Green will commence a course of
Lectures, in this place, next Sabbath, April Oth.
Brighton Markct.Mondny, March 27, 1843.
At Market 47S Beef Cattle, 00 Cows and Calves,
000 Sheep, and 870 Swine. 50 beef cattle unsold.
Pncxt. Beef Cattle. Extra, 85 12 a 5 25. First
quality, SI 75 a 500. Second quality, 84 25 a 4 50.
third quality S3 75 a SI 25.
Cows and Calves-Sales none.
Sheep None at market.
jjteine. A lot to peddle, 4c for sows, and 5c for
bar ows ; a lot of old hogs 4 3-4c. At retail, from 4)
Boston MarketMarch 29,
Genesee, 4 81 a 4 67, Ohio, good, 4150 a
12 a 13 per lb.
6 a 7 per lb.
Saxony and Menao fleeces,
Common i blood,
33 a 31
31 a 33
28 a 31
22 a 27
20 a 22
25 n 28
9 n 13
5 a 10
In this town, on the 26 ulto., William S. Moons,
on of Mr. Asahel Moore, aged 34 years.
In Alburch, on the 23th inst. Sophia wife of the
Hon John M. Sdwles, a;eJ 41 years.
In this villngo, on StbSnlh list, the 25th inst., Mrs
Mciinda Catlin, wife of Guv CatlIit, Esq., in the
55 h year of her age.
Seldom does death, by a single stroke, afflict so
miny hearts, disappoint so many hopes, or take from
the walks of private life an individual charged with
such peculiar responsibilities. Seldom docs he take
from amongst us, one whose example was so bright,
whose preparation was so mature, or whose existence
eemed so necessary to the happiness of others. As
a neighbor, a christian, a wife, a mother, she was a
rare example of excellence. All who knew her, will
feel that it is not the language of men- eulogy, when
we say that she filled all these relations with peculiar
dignity.kindness, wisdom and grace. All who have
ever dwelt by her, as a neighbor, will remember with
gratitude her generous kindness, her deep sympathy
in their afflictions, her prompt nnd efficient aid in
troul le and her safe counsels in the hour of perplexity.
For us to fcpeakofher ns a wife; a mother, might
be an intrusion into the sanctuary ofchcrishecd and
acred feelings. There are those who know and feel
Iter woith in these tender relations, as no tonruc can
speak or pen describe it. Th(ir hearts only, know
the sorrow which this dentil has occasioned. The
loss of a pious, affectionate andprvdent mother, the
tk.tnltt nnA lirafilcn ienlr fit lit flrrdn rf hnm. !
necessarily an irreparable loss.
The death of Mrs. Catlin will be deeply frit beyond
the circle of relations; for she filled nn impnrlant
plhcein society. Possessed of a sweet and even 1cm
fssi, nnl of nn cxcrllcnl mini! nnd Iimi t she boil lUe
ill will of non end the tcfpccicJ, affections of all.
While all,' Ind no ns'! for the f ivi lous atri'St'1 ents
and the empty pneintry of fislnm, s''o po'$esed a
quick relish for the purer enjoyments of high and re
Mrs. Catlin was born in LilllefiVld County, Conn.
She had a praying mother, wlio still lives, nt the a?c
of 95, to mourn her daughter's death. Ftom child
hood the manifested unusual tenderness to religious
obligations. She made a profession of religion and
united with the Congregational Church in this place
in Jan. 1317. That profession she adorned till ihe
day of her death, and her path was that of the just
" shining more and more unto the perfect day."
While she was every where a cansi'tcnt anil active
christian ; the sphere of home was that which she
most loved ami adorned. There, she exlu' tied a I
combination of virtues, social, intellectual, amiable
and religion , constituting a character of no ordinary
worth. We shall ever remember tho sweetness of
her disposition, the blindness of her manners, her
evenness of temper, her courteo isncss and patience
and unostentatious and extensive charities.
The leading attributes of her religious character
were humility, candor, consciectioiisnessanddecision.
Slit possessed great candor. She was ever ready to
perceive and admit the good qualities of others ; she
gave, readily, the tribute of prnise to whom it was due,
and was more ready to perceive and deal severely
with her own faults, than with the faults of others.
Her heart knew no concealment, and her conduct no
She was a humble disciple. Grace had taught her
to rule her own spirit she was not one of those ' shi
ning ones,' whose upward path was attended with
transports of joy, hut rather one of those, who walk
in the valley of humiliation.
She was conscientious ; binding herself indissolubc
ly to truth and duty. She loved her Bible, 1 ecause it
eentaincd the counsels of n Father -i Heavenly Fa
ther to a child. It was the food of her Soul. Its
development of the plan of redemption its promises
of the Spirit's teachings its high anil holy precepts
its wide unvcilings of the eternal world nil fastened
powerfully upon her heart. She was a student of the
Blb'e even on the death-bed, often asking her Pastor
and other friends the meaning of passages occuriing
to her mind.
She loved ihe sanctuary. She loved the ehurch'
all its interest were near to her heart. She loved re
ligion for '$ own value and for the honor which it
brings to God. Her soul panted after perfect holiness
of heart and life. Sheendeavorcd constantly to walk
with God m the dischargcof piivate duties and in this
way sho enjoyed steadily atalm assuroncc of his love
Whatever attainments sho made, in grace, resulted,
in part, at lea-t, from a rule of life, which (she stated
to a friend,) he had attempted to observe "I have
tried" she said "to live under the lull consciousness
that the ive or God was ero.N me."
Mrs. Catlin generally enjoyed good health and was
able to attend with energy to her numerous duties un
til within a few months of her decease. She began
to decline tn August last but did not relinquish her do
mestic cares until October. From that period, she
was a great and constant sufferer, her disease being a
tumor in Ihe face. Tho writer visited her frequently
from the commencement of lier illne-a. On the com
mencement of her disease aha felt assured thai it
would terminate in severe sufleiing and death. Sho
was tt this time able to tit up most of the day. On
her remarking- that the labors of her life were done, I
asked her what were her feelings in view of death 7
she reptied, " lhate teen examining anew, thefoun
daion of my hope," then looking up with characteris
tic mildness, sail, think Mr J hate no
rtatontoftar. find in Christ a riehness-a street
nut, an atl tujjlcitncy for all my icanff. trust
Christ it my rocfc and hat been for many years. J
hat no hope of mercy but through hit atonement and
righteousness, and hating this hope J think I ell
ready to tctlcomt death at any timeH cannot take
merom my Savioua, but will convey me to him."
When about to Inecl with her in prayer, she said, " I
think I feel wholly resigned to the will of God. If it
it his pleasure to lake me away, perhaps it is better
'that I should go now," She then requested us to
fray that God would spars her from long continued
and severs bodily suffering, which the nature of her
disease led htr to expect. The above eipiestion of
her faith w as about the first of December. It has
b.en often icpcaltd since.
In many subsequent interviews, sho cxhiMcd Ilia
samo unwavering confidence In tho promises of her
covenant God, and spoke of heaven and heavenly
things like one who enjoyed a near view of them.
For several weeks she has been waiting nnd willing
to depart at any moment, often requesting lo have
sung that beautiful hymn,
Jesus, lover of my soul
Let me to thy bosom fly.
As sho approached the grave, she exhibited the
same calm and peaceful framo of mind. Hcrconvcr
anion and hopes seemed tn grow morcand tnoro heav
enly, until upon the last joyous Sabtath, her faith
was lost in sight and her hope in full fruition. Bles
sed arc the dead which die in the Lord, for they rest
from their labors and their works do follow them."
In Jericho, on Tuesday, the 7th ult., Hannah Ma
ria Riplcv, only daughter of Charles and Olive Rip-
Icy, aged 3 years and 1 month.
She hath passed from the earth, but wo may not la
Nor mourn her return to a holier clime ;
She but lingered below, until He who had sent her,
Recalled her to Eden in morning's sweet prime.
Could the beauty and freshness of youth have retain
We had not been called o'er her slumber to weep
Yet mourn not, since death in his power both but gain
A joyful awaking from earth's transient sleep.
Ere the sorrows of earth or its passions had moved
Ere dmhened the light of her innocent brow ;
She bade a farewell unto those who had loved her
And whispered my father, I coma lo thee now.
In her beauty she sleeps, but wc will not regret her
Our tears may not moisten '.he flowers on her tomb ;
For the smiles of her Saviour in mcicy have met her
Oh death thou art vanquished and pastis thy gloom.
Then calm be the spot where her form now reposeth
May the friends who so loved her revisit the grave,
And feel though the cold sod her ashes encloscth
She lives in the presence of Hun who can save I
In Richmond, March 24, after an illness of only
few days Mrs. Louisa M. Hardch, wife of Thomas
Rather, and daughter of the Hon. Eli Brownson, aged
21 years. She was a young Lady possessing a most
amiable disposition and eminently calculated to cn
dear herself lo all those who were favored with her
society, and her diath at such a period in life, is an
event of the most painful and affecting nature to her
husband and friends. Vet of her it may well bo said,
''She had not lived in vain nnd her dealh was not as
those who had no hope." One year ngo, (about thc
limeof her marriage,) herself and husband were thP
first f nil , unto God of a most interesting revival.
She lived for Christ, and in her last illness her faith
was so strong, that thc pai I and distress made her at
times insensible toother objects, yet when Christ was
mentioned her mind would compo-c itself nnd slio
could readily say, ' I know that my Redeemer livcth."
IjIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING lii the Post Ofllcc at Bur
liiigton, Vt., 4M-1I 1, 1813.
John Arnold, Alexis Lafleclic, 2,
I). P. Adams,
Ucv. Mr. Ancie, 3,
Nn ncy Harney,
Joel Bishop, 3,
Seth llimop, 4,
Eno' llliint. 4,
Ann M. lilair,
II. F. Brooks,
r,ci llnthnne, co
Amos E. Beorhett,
R. S. M. Rouchett,
Allien G. Burr,
It 1 Ine Illnneliard,
R. I.. Harrows,
II. & It. Bishop,
John W. Drugs,
Benj. I). Brownell,
U. S. Custom House,
James I. Culler,
Miss M. Lane,
J. W. Lynde,
Thomns M Carty, 2,
James Mitchell, 2,
Michnel M' Guwan, 2,
J. W. Mills
E luar Morion,
He ry Nash,
'. F. Norton,
Mrs. J. S. Potwin,
John W. Pendigrass,
Mr. Parsons, printer,
Patrick Reily, 2,
Joseph R.imlall, 2,
ltos ihno I'. Reed,
F. 11. Robertson,
T. J. Raymond,
C. A. Seymo ir,
G. N. Spenr.
Alniira A. Stevens,
Ashnel Stacy, 2,
Moses f- Aaron Spear,
W. A. Smith,
Charles E. Sheen",
J. A. Stetson,
S. A. Smilh,
R. P. Stacy,
L. W. Spnuldinr,
E. J. Stimsun,
R. F. ,-taniford,
G. M. Stacy,
Shepherd & Martin,
Sulomon A Smith,
Milo Thorn; son,
John F. 'I huinpson,
I lijah Timer,
.taints Vin ent,
D. M. Varney,
Charles J. Walker,
James I. Wallace,
Marv Ann Chamberlain,
R. M. Crosman,
Levi Carrinston, 2,
Calvin Clark, 2,
Rufus M. Crosman,
Win. L. Dixon,
A. W. U. Edwards,
Mil A. Evarls,
Ed. SI. Felix,
I. . J. Germain,
('. Goodrich, 9,
Simeon Hutchins, 2,
Lamina I. Hatch,
Cbarle II. Howard, 2,
II. S. Hnrsley,
Murray S. Hart,
Win. ti. Hunt,
Sarnh R Iloyl,
Mrs. 'Hicks, 2.
Sarah A. Holioway,
S. Ii. Isbam,
J. S. Johnson,
E. W. Johnson,
J. A. Jcnner,
Win. R. Lawrence,
HENRY H. STACY, P. M.
PREDICTION OF THE
SECOND ADVENT TN 1843.
rai wn tlienrA nn ,i.A c.nn.i A,iu.n, nr ihd n
1 dremer with specinl reference to the vear 1843
UJ duna iir.nin 1MM'KIA, u, u,
Ilishop of the Dioces of Vermont.
For sale by H. J. SHUMWAY Agent.
April 6, 45
THE SCRIPTURAL DOCTRINE
A Sermon orenched before the first Congregational
jx. Church and Society in Burlington, Vt., By
KKY. J. K. CONVliKE.
For sale by H. J. SHUMWAY Agent.
April 6, 45
BISHOP HOPKINS ON ROMAN-
A second letter lo ihe RIGHT REV. FRANCIS
JL P. KENRICK. Roman Catholic Jtishop of.
t-miaaeipma. iiy junn nr.miy IlurKIPiB, u.
D. Bishop of the Diocesof Vermont. Jusl published,
rH q; si, J. onUAiiTAi , jigent.
April 6, 45
Wool, iSL Wool!
T" OELOFSON Sc. RATIII1DN havinir Leased the
JLA, commodious Manufacturlne Establishment, of
the Uuriington Aim uu., anu connected tncm-eives in
hiWncswim sir. Sidney lunLow, (torincr Agent lor
aid Co..) are nowreudy to receive Wool to manu
failure lur cntotner into Broadcloth. To those
that have had work done heretofore by Roelfson
and Rathbun, little need le said to induce n continu
ance of oatronairc. and to all others wc would ray that
ihe work will 1 e-done lit a workmnnlie manner.
Farmers, Merchants nnd others wishing to have wool
Manufactured for their own u-e or for market may
rest a-sired that no pa'n or attention will Le spared
to give the le-t of satisfaction. Term of payment
maueea-v tor an ioi ni wool irom iuuu ins anu up
ward''; Small lot- Cash or one halt of the cloths
when fini-hed. Thc business will be conducted under
the firm of
ROELOFSON, RATHBUN & Co.
April 5, 1843. 45
FOR SALE OR TO IIRNT.
mHE FARM known as the Vernon farm, situated
L on Winooski Ititcr. One mile below Winooski
Village, in Colchester. Containing about two hundred
and fourteen acres of land, (Mostly intervale,) with a
good story and a nail noose, corn House, two good
Barns and a good Well of Water. Said farm is in good
condition and is ottered lur sate low, or louent; pos
session given immediately. For terma applv to
GEORGE H. MOORK.
Burlington April C, 1343 45 2w
LISTS FOR TAXES 1843.
T3LA.NKS lorlMs lur 1843, furnMie I at i-horl no
j- iKeturet.uu tier luu.
April I, 1343
FASHION FOR HATS.
S mer Nutria "
Fine Brush 11
Common Do "
Imitation and Common "
Extrutine Mole Skin "
Of superior quality for a!clv
CHARLES A SEYMOUR.
UNITED STATUS DISTRICT COURT,
Notice to show cause against Petition of
GUSTAVU A. I)EMHG, cf .Milton, for his Di
charge an 1 Ceritfi.a c, a- a Bankrupt, at the office
of Samuel Pmiti-, in JItmipelivr, in said Di-tnct,
on Tin.-d.iy the Ilth day of July, A. D. 1S at
ALV'AII C. JKNNINnS of B irlington, lor hin Dis-
rhargc aim Certihca'c, a n Bankrupt, at the olfiee
of Sainuel Prenli", in Mi ntpel.c, i.i -nid Di-trict,
on 'l'lhc-il.iv thu ll.hdjynl July,A.o. 18t3,at 10a.m.
SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
NOTICE i hariby given that by virtue oil he sev
eral orders an J 'decree- in Ltaiil.runicv in il. fnl-
lowina rnse i-tied oit of ihe District Court
ol the United S ales, for lliu Di-trict of Vermont
1 will f ell at Public An tion.nl mv oillce In Hnrlin"lon.
on Saturday, May 0, at 2 o,cloek, P. M., sneh cfl'ecls ol
the llanl,ru'il nanicl I clow n- became veied in me
by virtue oi'lhe decrees afuaid.
EfTccts of Samuel Uartlctt, or Jericho.
Al ont 15 ncrtx of Land, on which i creeled a
mall boii-cand barn, ritua'c in Jrrico, subject to a
claim of abo it S150.to Ho-ea Spaiildinsr, and a quit
claim ilvcd Eivcn by tail llanleit to Pollv Rood, as
,cllorlhin Iih fauUchednle. Sale at '2 o'clock, P. M.
Effects ofVcruoti Harrington, of nuiilngton.
Sondrv note- and account-, rrendcred bv said
Harrington and eonta.ned in hit taid elcdule. a
against T. B. Wat-on nnd other. Sale at 2 o'clock,
Effects of Nathaniel T. Stiles, of Undcrhlll.
All the interc-t of Nathaniel T. Sti ci to an aaree-
meut mailc with Peter Gilc, Ira Gile, Truman Gile,
and A-a Tyrcll and Oli Knight, relating to the con-
vevanecoi renain nropenv nun miieuiuerv siitia e on
Brown' River, in Undeihill. which was deeded lo
reter Uile anil other-, I cms I ho same premise which
wa formerly occupied byaidSiilc. All the interr-t
of aid Stile- to a contract made with Ho.ca Spald-
ms in Uv-toier id-iu 10 iwo note ncncu ov Arie
Blo lrelt, payable in fulled cloth, and l dged with laid
npioi.tinc a tccnritv tor munvv nuvaiii-eu hv him,
AM the in cre-t of said Sn'lc to an asreement made
wiili tnhrnim stile fur llio conwv nine of about 40
acre-ol lauili'ctiiitl to linn Iv Ariel liliklseit, in Annl
1340. Al-o, nin.lry nc oin'.- Mimm'cred by KaiJ
Su'e-, all of which will lo particularly itescrileJ at
inutiiiicoi ate. sa e a' a o .ice c r. .u.
Kni-ctsoflt. r. Alcl'niland, of ntirllneton.
Oncolddoi lu ,Icil1i an I harnc--. abo the note.
claim- and aecouiit- n rrein'i icJ bv him. which wil
I c panic larlv detirilcd at the time tf sale. Sale at
o'clock, P. .M.
nffects of L. 1. Illxon, of Undcrhlll.
o icli account-, nine- iicman'i-, &'c. a mav remain
nneollec c.l. a!u bv a ho riiinent fn in Feb. 17. to mv
officii m B.irluii'ion, Saturday, .May 8, l43,at 2 oVkcf;
Eflccts ofT. Y. It. Nichols, of Essex.
S leh acco nits no'e- nnd o 'ects a mav remain nn
coIlecteJ. fca'e hv a Ijonrniuent from reb. 16 to
Saturday .av 0, 1843, at my othce in u irlington, al
O-fll'CK, I". .11.
Also. SiiiuIiv l'.neet-ol Mark A orris, of Colche
ter, which will I c naitictilailv i'c-cnI wl at ihe lime of
talc, on Saturday, .nay u, isi i, at a o'i lock-, I', al.
i.viii.iih i. iiahwul, Assignee.
Burlington, April 5, IS43.
Jacob llliisdlll's Estate.
STA TE OF VERMOST, r1I.F.S S. HINS
Di-trut of Chiiicniicn, ( VJ DILL, admini.
tralor ol the otato of Jacob Itin-ilill. lait? of Si.
George in said district, cceased, having filed in laid
court Ins peiition inwritintr, setting forth that the in
ventory ol Ihe personal e-latc ol Hie said decea-ed
nmotints- tn S'25,47 ; that theclaiinsallowed again-l
said c.-tale by tlie commis-ioner- amount to S 15,48;
that the expense- of adminNterinc (aid c-iale are noi
le-.-tban fifiv ilolleis ; lliat thede. easeJ died seised of
a tnrm connstins oi no acre ot land, or thereabout-,
siiuatcM in sam at. luorgc, tieing ihe homestead ol
nill deceased, which i mcimlerel with a mort;aqe
to oiinei'ii uitueio; inui inc personal etate t- tn
tullicient to nay the del nlloweil acain-t said ss-
tale nnd Ihec.xnen-e- of a Imimsiralion. and nravinc
said court lo licen-cthe said ndmini-trntor to tell so
much of said real e-latc a- inay I e llecesary to pay
smu uciiio .iiiu , a .. ii'v i ,i iii-miion me conn aiore
said doib assicn the second Wtvlnesdav i f Mai-. IRJr
fur hearins and deciding on iai.4 petii'ion at Ihe offii-e
of the He2i-tcr of said toiirl in Burlinirton. and dmh
order that all per.-i ns iniere-ied bonoiitied thereof by
pibli.liinR thi or'er, con'aining the sub-ianee of
snui pciniiiii, iimo- wciihs smic-nvciy mine JJur
linston Free Press, a newspaper printed in raid Run
Huston, previous) to said second Wednesday of May,
Given under my band at Burlington this 31 it day
Wm. WESTON, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, I p!IE Hon. ihe
Un-trii t or (J H ttrnurn, s'. J X rrol ate Court
,ir tne 1)1, tint ot (..hittien ten ; m all persons con'
Ci rned in Ibecstae ifJaiol, Hinsdill late of Si
Gcrse in sail 111 lri."l, i'li rased. GiEETiKr..
Wllf'.RfAS, Gile- S. llin-itilljndminiMratorof the
e-taic of sai li'eiea-eil, propo-c" lo render an account
of lu-a bni i stiatiini, an I prc-ent hi- atro.int against
ai I c-utel'ori'xaniina'ion and allowance at a se-sjnn
ofthi! Court ol Pr date, to beholden at the Regis
ter's, otliie in lliirlinsiiii in i out district on the second
We Ino-tlay of May next.
'I licrefurV, yo I arc hereby notified to appear before
said court nt the lime and place aforesaid, and shew
cau-c, if any yoi have, why Ihe account aforesaid
should not I u allowed.
Given under mv band at Burlington Ihii 31itdsv
wi .uuhii, n. is. laid.
Wm. WESTON, Register.
Ilciijamln II. Skill's Estate.
STA TE OF VFRMONT, ) CJALl.V H. SK
District of t'h iteiiden, ss. J O administratrix of
ineesiaicot iicnjainin II. Skill, late of Charlotie
in said di.rict, cltxcased, having filed in laid court
her petition, selling lorth that it is nece-snry to have
thetiinc forfi ltliiiRtnid e-tnte I'nrlher extended, and
prayinar said couit lo extend aid lime one year from
the 3th dayol April, 1643 i Whereupon the Court
afore-atddoiliappo nt theseconl Wedne-dayof May,
1843 for hearing and deciding on said appliiation, at
lilt tfll "6 Of the Register Of said court in I1i,rl,nfflnn.
and doih onler that all person inierrslcd Ve notified
thereof by publication of Ihii order, containing the
fulnance of laid petition, three weeks successively
ia Ihe Burlington Free Press, a newspaper printed
in laid Burlington, lhola-1 of which publication' lo
be preiiou to raid second Wedne-eay of May, IMS
Given under my hand al Burlington, in said district
ait 3.1 uay ci April, ib-u.
Wm. WESTON, RigUlsr.
HERDS GRASS &, CLOVER SEED of a superior
quality and at a very Jew price. Also, a lew
,..,u,ca I.H9HCI ui iorn, Aye anu uais, ny
March SS. 4 u ui i'i
H. W. CATLIN.
FROM (he 8ih of April, a Iwo story DWELL
ING HOUSE near the College Green. Toper
urns desirous of taking I oarders from the I'niversity,
this pU'e furnishes a convenient and suitable loca
tion. Enquire of Col. Ii. Thomas, or
. . . A. STANSBURT.
March S3, 1843. 43if
rflllK Inhabitants of Burlington liable to Taxes,
A or nntinml thai the Listers will nroceed to take
their lists Immediately after the 1st of April next, aad
Ihey are hersby requeued lo I prepared lo exhibit
their psrsoaa. PPL'LYIYj-AN( ;
March 48, IB43. 44
SMALL TWIST COMBS, NEW ONES.
IO Dot. Small Plated Horn Twist Combs. 6 dot.
m, at finiau plain aurn a wi vuuiijb. uuva. mibu.hb
Shell and 3 dot Tortoise shell Twht Combs, horn and
hell side and back Comb", very fine Irory Combs,
horn and other kind ofline Dressing Combs, Pocket
Uombsand a beautiful assortmeat of Hair Brushes,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, nne i;omb Cleaners c,
received at the Variety Store. 44
aiarcn 3, IBIJ. . i anosohn at drininaiv.
"LIVE AND LET LIVE."
rpHK subscriber hi several small accounts and
X notes due htm Irom 29 cents to 85 dollars and
ntwiMli-ami alt nertons interested are hereby not!-
tihed (particntarcontracta excepted) that if they wish
intesi the uiilitv of tenting- wild ihe" Land Shark."
that an opportunity will le given very soon, unless
this notice shall convince thera.ldat they can settle
with me on better term-.
Msrch 31, 1843. 3w44
I 'lift IICVYi WUIIMIIUmUlli siaiuiiaue
1 BRICK DWELLING HOUSE and
Lot at the corner of College and Pine
street, which i not lor prospect or con
venience excelled by any situation in
town payment in pan may remain on lime. Appiy
to H. W. SHKKIUAM Or
8. E. HOWAKU.
Burlington, March 30, 1843. , 44tf
rPHE Stoclholdersof the Chamnlain Dock Com
X. nanv are notified to meet at the Inn of Mosei L,
Hart, Burlington, on Monday, the 10th day oi April
next, at 4 o'clock, aiierno m, lor ine purpose
latot dec inz rive Liirccior. lor I he vear ent na
3d To antliori-e the sale of such cortion or norltons
of the Company's Real Kftate a may lelhouihl ex
pedient. JOHN BRAULEV, Clerk.
uuriincion, marcn zs, ion. 41
rTMIB sub-crilrr would inform
X hi customer that he has taken
the fhop formerly occupied by
Samuel Huntington, as a Boot
Bindery,onedooreat ol H. Thomas
Auction and Commission Store, on
College M., where a good assort
ment of ready made SADDLES,
BAGS, and all such articles as are
usually kept in hi line of bu.-ine-s, may bd had at
fair prices j Terms oi payment mauu ey.
A LIVERY STABLE
Also kept by the
rod-east of the
tour or sixhor.-e
on short notice.
made at the the
shop or barn
Square, and live
or six south 01
hi shop on Col
lege st. Good
lur Ladici and
S. S. SKINNER.
Burlington, March 22, 1843. 43w8
THE copartner-hip of URADLEY & HYDE will
expire by limitation on the 1st day of April next.
All perrons indebted to (aid firm are reqiie.-ted to make
immediate payment, or their demand.' will be left in
thc hands of an Attorney for collection without re
serve. HARRY BRA OLE Y,
Burlington, March 22, 1813. 43w3
THE Sub.-cril cr wi-hes 10 purchase Wool, and
will nay in cool", train or accounts, at his
Store, Burlington Falls.
March 24ih, 1813.
I7ARMERS. who wish 10 purchase Stoves, for
I wood, or nroduce of almost anv descriDtion. will
please call ai the "Stove store, west end or Amen
can Hotel, basement story.
9. IV. 1A1 L.UII
Burlington, March 22, 1843. 43-lf
POST OFFICE NOTICE.
ffHE Po-t Mn-ter General has ordered thediscon
M tiniiance ofa the Sundav trin't and. until fur.
ther notice, no mad will I e received at. or sent from.
lhi. office on ihe Sal I ath. The olfiiv will therefore
not I e opened at all for Ibetran-action of buaine on
Mimiay. Letters oenviteii in tne outside boxat? P
M. will Le in season for the morning mail.
M. li. S 1 At;r, I . Al.
P.O. Burlington, March 15, '43.
BE PREPARED BY 12th MAY.
A l.L persons indel teil to the sul scril rr will please
'TL take noti that their accounts raui I e naid bv
me ut uay ot may next, or he will I e under the ne-
ce-stty of leaving them with an Attorney Ifor imme
aiatc collection, nease iai,e tin- as a Mitucieni warn.
ng, and expect it will Le followed to the letter.
utA.: v. uuai&iucK.
Shelburn, March 34, 1843. 43w3
rpF.AS for sale by tho Chest and Caddy boxes of
j. a IDS.
Burlington, March 31, 1843. 44
rTHE Morgan Hoise. BASHAW, will stsnd this
X season nt the following places, viz : Ilurlinf ton.
aneiuurn ano nartotie. ine days anu lime will be
made known by handbills circulated before the sea
son commences. Bashaw is as full blond Morgan
as you can find now days; is of a blood bay color,
weiehs eleven hundred and fUtv Dounda. and for
strength and speed ia not surpassed by any horse now
on the turf. Any persons wishing to improve their
atocK oi norscs, win now nave an opportunity which
all will acknowledge after looking at said horse. He
can be seen at Ihe American Hotel until ihe season
commences, where Mr. L. Church will take pleasure
in snowing nun wiuiuui anv cnarge.
Burlington, March 29th, 1843. 44 w3
Mark Mice's Estate.
STATE OF VERMONT, ) THE Hon. the Pro
District of Chittenden, ss. ( cate Court for Ihe
I)ilnct of Chiiteiu'en : lo all perrons concerned in
the Estate ol MARK RICE, late of Burlington, in
taid Di-trict deceased, GntETINO.
WHERE tS, Louisa Walling, formerly Louisa
Rice and former admiaistratrix of the estate of said
iledeaseJ, propose to render an account of her ad
ministration, and nre-ent her account acainst said e"
tatefor examination and allowance at a session olthe
t ourl of Pro' ate, to I e holJen al Ihe Regi ter office.
in said uuriington, on the. third Saturday oi Apri
Therefore. You are hereby notified to annear le
fore said co.irt al the time and place alorsaid, and
shew came, n any yo,. have, why Ihe account alure
said should, not le allowed.
Given under my hand at Burlington this JOth day of
niarcu A. u. 101 J.
Wm. WESTON, Register.
rTMUS ceriifie ihat I have given my son, Thomas
x irwin noi inson, nis time during ni minority,
anu snail nereaiier claim none oi nir earnings or pay
any u ms ueuis irom tne sin oi marcn, ifh.
Jericho, Feb. 5ih, 1843. 3w43
J. & J. II. Peck 4. Co.
Chittenden County Court
li ov. i erm, a. u. ivu.
Gouldino cV Peabodt,
TN this came, the nlalmili-, as partners, de,-are
j. against me ueieniiants, J. uooiding ana unver
Peabody, ol Keesevillc in the Stale of New York, aa
partners, in an action on note dated July 13, 1841, fur
the sum ol S108 60 cents payalle in 4 months from
date, at the Essex Conniy Bank Also, on one other
note dated Manh 15, 1841, for the sum of I61.S4 .
in six months from date thereof at the Esex County
The defendants leing absent from this State at Ihe
lime ol the service of the plaintiff's writ, and not hav
ing returned within the same Lelore the lima of trial,
Ihe cause is by order of Court continued, and ji is fur
ther Ordered by said LJoiiri, ihat notice ol Ibis suit be
given lo the defendants', by Publishing this order, and
the suhslance of the pi tinliff 'sdeclaration.thret weeks
successively in Ihe " B irlington ! ret Press," a news
paper printed in Burlington ia said county of Chit
tenden, ihe last ol which In be at least twenty days
before Ihe next Term ol ibis Court to t holden at
Burlington aforesaid, on the second Tuesday of May
next, which will be deemed sufficient notice to the
said defendant! to appear and oak answer to this
Dated at Burlington aforesaid, this list Oar of
March, A. D. 1843.
WM. NOBLe, Clerk.
Anns tc, Platt, Alttrnry.
RODGERS & SONS' and other fine Raaors.alro
Strap, Brush.', Lather Boxes, Boeps.Ac. mr
tale by PANsaoan h Banrtsuie.
March SI, 1843. 44
1TOKE of WORKING CATTLE I Mara ol
Mufth 4, 164. H, W. CATLW.
Hlioda Stvnln's Estate.
WE the subscribers, having been appointed by
tho Honorable tho Probate Court for the
District of Grand Isle, commissioners to receive, ex
amine and adjust the claims and demands of all per
sons against the tatsle of RHOUA SWAIN, late of
South Hero, in ssid District, deceased, rcptcsentcd in
solvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited
in offset thereto 1 and six months from the day of the
aaie ncrcol, being snowed uy saia uourt lor mat
purpose, wo do therefore hereby give nolice,that we
will attend to the business of our appointment, at
the dwelling house of David L'orbin, In South Hero,
in ssid District, on the fourth Tuesday of July and
the second Tuesdsyof August next, at 10 o'clock, A.
M., on each of said days.
Dated, this 21st day or February, A. D. 1843.
AHNER KF.RLER, r,m...,
43 HENRY SMITH. Commissioner!.
TO the Probate Court for the District of Chitten
den t The undersigned Almon Griffin, adminis
trator of the cststc of Roswell Grow, late of West-
lord in ssid district, deceased, shows to said court that
tne deceased died seixcn 01 about tour acres 01 land sit
uated fn said Wcstford. I vine on both sides of Ihe
road leading from the common in Westford to the
starch factory in Westford, being the same land deed
ed by Joseph B. Grow to the said Roswell Grow, on
which land is a house and barn that said land is in
cumbered with a mortgage to said Joseph B. executed
by the said Rotwell in his lifetime to secure thc pay
ment or six hundred aonarsi innt tne inventory ot
the estate of the said Ro9well amounts to913l,SG,ond
the claims allowed by the commissioners against said
estate amount to upwards of seven hundred dollars,
exclusive of said mortgage dib' that tho expenses
of settling ssid estate arc not less than forty dollars,
and that a sale or the equity or redemption in said real
estate is necessary for the payment of the debts
against said estate. He therefore prays said court to
authorize and license him, the said administrator to
sell said real estate, nsrceably to the statute in such
case made and provided. ALMON GRIFFIN.
Burlington, March 8, 1343. 43
Wiiliam P. Batccs, 1 CHITTENDEN COUNTY,
Leander Marshall k I Nov. Term, a. d. 1842.
1 'WHFRrcAS, William P.
J VV Uriirg ol Dinlinginn,
William R. Lane.
Lcander Marshall and Henry llodcf both of Rich
mond, all in said t'ountv of Chittenden, nt the Novem
ber Term, A. D. 1812, of thc Court of Chancvy,
holdcn nt llurlmgion, within nnd tor said Lmmiy ol
Chittenden, hied their U1II0I Review azain-l William
R. Lane, formerly of Jericho, in said county of Chit
tenden, now ol New Lyme in the state of Ohio, there
in stating that on the 3th day of December, A. I).
l84l,helorclhchaid Court of Chancery, then sitting
at Burlington, the said William It. Lane ol tamed a
decree In In lavor, against tticin liiesam liriggs,
Marshall and Hodge' that they should pay the said
Lane, on or lelore the 12lh day of May, A. I). 1812,
with interest thereon from aid 3 1 day of December,
A. 1). 1841. the sum ofSlSa 5j cents debt, and Sjj E0
as co-Is ci'procc". nnd from which -aid l)ccri; the
said Brigg1Marhall and Hod?C' then and there en
tered their appeal. And fur 1 her sUitimr, that simc
the making ofliu said dcrce, the said complainant
have ill-covered new and ina'enai tu-tiinony, which
will fully show ihat a ii 1 Lane va not entitled to any
decree tn his favor in the premise, nnd playing that
Ihe -a'd ilcciee may I u reviewed and rewed.
The said William li. Lane re-iding without Ihi'
state, ,o that a Mibpena cannot l.c served upon him,
Ihe snu! cau-c i: continued, and it I' ordered that tho
said William R. Lane lu mi l appear I cfure the said
Court of Chancery, next to beholder: ut Burlington,
within and for saideounty of Chittenden on the sci on I
Tue-day ol May ncx', on the fir-t day of said Term,
and mal.c answer 10 the said lull of review: And it is
further ordered, that the said tomplainatiN cati-c
tin-order and the suh-tanec of Ihcir -ail hill, to lu
published three week-siicce-ivciy in thu " Iliirlinsto 1
Free Pres.-," a new-paper prime I in said liurliniun.
the la-t of which to I e at lca-1 twenty day- previous
to the commencement of said Term, which will be
deemed siiilieient notice to the said William It. Lane
to appear and make answer to aul bill.
wm. iNUllt.K, Uerk.
Baiocs Sc. Ali.f.n & Platt, Solicitors.
Moses Wanzer, ) CHITTENDEN COUNTY
Noaii Barlow. 5 November Term. A. D. 1BI2.
rPHE Plainii I'declaic agam-t the defendant in an
JL action of del t, on note, dated Mav 4. 18.19. fm
the sum of $192 14 cent' iiay.il Ic six month- from
Ihe date, in the oily of Natchez, in the State of Mis-i
sippi, and which the planum aver- ha- not I ecu paid.
Al-o in a further plea ol debt on iiidmnonl recovered
by tire plainiid' amim-t the de'endant. Icforc the
County Court at Nali bcz afi rc aid, on thi- 21 day of
Ptovcmler, A. I). 1810, for ihe sum of S57I CI ecu's
damage-, and 550 40oenn cot ot sun, and which
said judgment thc pl.nntid'nvcr is in lull force, and
not pant, sati-lied or di. charged.
And the defendant I eing ah-ent from this stale at
the lime of the scrvu c of the pla nli I'.- writ, and not
having returned vvrlnn the same before the time of
trial, this cause i by order ot court continued, and it
is further ordered by said court that notice of iln suit
be givrn to the said Noah Barlow, by publiOnns this
oruer anu tn eunsianec ot tun piaiuu I- I'eclarailon,
inree weeks successively, in inc " ll'trlington Free
rre-." a newsiiaper nrmled in Uur iio'Idii. in -aid
County, the last of which to 1 c at Ica-t iweniv days
'eiore the next icrm ol sam court, to Ic hrl.len at
Burlington within and for thi-cotinly of Chittenden
on ihe second Tueslav of Mav nexi. whiih will le
deemed suflicicnt notice to the sni I Noah Barlow to
annear and make an-wer to i hi - sui'.
Ilaicd at Burlington afoie.aid, this 27lh day of
.uureu, a. u. 10 u.
Wm. NOB LI", Clerk.
A. G. Wiiittemori:, Attorney.
Henri l'nr.Lrs,.ppcllent, 1 CHITTENDEN
vs ) COUNTY COURT,
tstate ot I'harez PiiELrsct ( Nov. Term, A.b. IRI2
Anna Phelps, Appelec. )
IN Ibis cau-c, the said Henry Phelps ha nppenleil
from the order and ludgment of the Court of Pro-
bale for the district of Chiticnden, in nid co mtv of
Chittenden, made nn the 27th day ol .March, S. D.
1812, by vylnch oiderand iudniiieJit, the said Prol a'e
lyoun assigned lo .niial'help-,widowof sul I'harez
Phelps, deceased, such portion of thu personal ctntc
of the aid dcccj-el, to le selected by her. from the
inventory, a- will amount to thc nun of $350. 00 at
ine pri'.rs mere n named. And the sat I Henry aver,
that he is one of the ndmini-trn'or- on smd I'smr,.
andi.-al-n incrcs'cd ibcrcina' one of ihe heir- there
of, and is iiijureJ and aggrieved by the aforesaid order
of the Prol ate Court.
And the said Anna Pbeln beirg al sent Irom this
state at the time of said order and appeal, and of the
enlry of the samo in this Court, and not having return
ed within ihe same I eh'rc tho time of trial, tho ca i-e
is by order of court continued, and it is f iriber order
ed I y said court that notice of thi- suitlccivcu lo Ihe
said Anna Phelp-, by mil li-hing thi- order and ihe
sub'tame of the -aid Henry'.- complaint and appeal,
three weeks succc-sivcly, in the " II irlmgion Free
Press," a newspaper printed in said Burlington, the
la-t of whu h to I eat lea-t twenty dav- before the
next term of this court, to 1 e hidden at Uuriington, in
sbiii eouuiy, on ino second iue-day ot .aiav next,
which iu ie oeeinca tuincient notice to ttiosnui
Anna Phelps to appearand make ansn-rr in this snu.
Dated at Uuriington, in said county, lhi27ili dayof
., Wm. NOBLE, Clerk.
A. G. Whittemore, Attorney.
Chittenden Comity Court,
Nov. Term, A. D. 1842.
IN thiscause, thesaid Thomas Mills declares against
tho said Richard Lyon, lateof Hincsburgh in said
rminlV. fdnrA nfpsis in thS-ntn it Kr,tu 't,rtr in
a plea of debt oniodpmcnt rendered bv Henrv Leav
enworth, Esq , Justice of the Peace, on the29lh day
of March, A. D. 1842, for thc sum of 853,75 cenis
damages, and S2.19 cents costs of suit, winch judg
ment the Plainiifl'avers is in full force, and notin any
way paid or satisfied.
And the Defendant being al sent from this Statoot
the limeof thc service of the Plaintiffs said vvrir. and
not having relumed within Ihe same before the time of
trial, the said can so is by order of Court continued,
and it is further ordered by said Court, that notice of
una ouu iwcitunuinc ui'icnunnt oy iiuuiisiuug nils
order, and the substance of the Pl.iintifP declaration,
three weeks successively, in ihe " Burlington Free
press," a newspaper , printed in uurhni'tnn in said
county, tne last oi which to neat least twrnlydays be
fore ihcnexi term of this Court lo beholden nl Bur
linglon aforesaid on Ihe second Tuesday of May next,
which wiii ueoeemen iiiiiiciem nonce to ine raid Lie,
fendant lo appear and make answer In this suit.
Dated at Turlington aforesaid, this 21st dav of
nisrcn, a.u. ibu. wm. INUIH.I., uietk
H Leavenworth, Attorney. 43 w3
(j'rostiE Powess, ) Clilttoiidcn County Court,
vs. i Nov. Term, A. D. 1S42.
Geoboe Wadswohth, j
'IHE PlniniifTdeclates in a plea of ihe case, on a
1 Bill of Exchange, drawn nn the first day of Pep.
lember, A. D, 1938, by one Dccius Wadswoilh, on
ih Defendant, rrauirinz him to pay to the order of
said Dccius, three months from date, al the Farmers
and Mechanics Bsnk, the sum of $200 00. and the said
Deeius then and there endorsed thesaid Bill and there
hv directed thesaid George Wad-worth tnpar the said
Bill to the PlointirT, which said Rill the Defendant then
and there accepted and promised to pay to tho Plain
tiff, but haa wholly neglected to to do. Also, In a fur
ther plea for other sum of 4200,00, for money laid out,
paid and expended.
Ana tne ueienaani oemgansent irnm this state si
ihe limeof the service of the Plaintiff's writ, and not
having returned wiihin ihs same before ihe lima of
trial, the causa is by order of Courl continued, and it is
An Ihsr ordered hy said Court, ihat notice of this suit
be riven to the Defendant by publishing the snbstsnce
of ihePlalnlhfs said declaration, and ihisnrdar Ihrea
weeks successively in the " Burlington Free Press," a
nawrpap'r printed in Burlington in said county, the
last of which tn be at leas', twenty days before lha
next term nf this Coot I to be holden on lh second
Tuee lay of May next, which will be deemed sufficient
nolle to lha said George Wadsworlh, to appear and
make answer to said suit.
Dated at Borlinglon, LhlsJlsldsy of March, A. D.
1B43. Wm. NOBLE, Clerk.
O. AeAMS, Attorney . 43 w3
ELEAZEft Austin, ) STATE OF VERMONT,
va V Chittenden County, tf.
Amel CorrntN. )
WHEREAS, Klcozcr Austin of Milton, in said
county, has filed 111 the office of Ihe Clerk tithe
Court of Chan'iry In said County, hi bill of corn
plaint, therein slating, ihatlhe said Ariel CofTrcn, lato
of Milton aforesaid, now gone without tbi stale to
parts unknown, on the 28th day of January, A, D.
1840, Icing Ju-tly indebted to Zebediah D. A-hlcy cf
raid Millon, in the sum ol 900 00, a specified in 4
promlsory notes or that date, fur S22S 00 each, the
tirjt payalle in two year' from Ihe 1st day of March
then next, the second in three years, the third in four
years and the fourlhiu five year- from the said tlrst
of March then next, respectively, and in order to
secure the payment of t a id notes, on thc same 19: Ii of
January 1640, by deed ol mortgage, conveyed lothe
said Atliley the fo'lowina descril ed land, in Milton
aforesaid 1 vis. One half acre of land, on and near
Checl.crberry Green, as in said deed and I ill more
particularly dcscnlcd. And f nther Statin?, that on
tho 13:h Deceml cr, A. D. 1841, the 1 aid A-hlcy a-
s'gneu, anu uyoecj conveyed to itic urator, the laid
M orlgage deed, and the three last ue-crilrd notes, for
8715 00, re-crving the ricbt of n-ing said Mortsspe
deed to enforce Ihe payment of thu first above "des
cril ed nole-j and further slating that the said three
lastde.-crilcd notes, had not fn any part been paid, and
praying a fureelo-ure of the equity of redempllon ol
said Mortgaged premises.
Ami Ihe said Co'Iren rcidi'ng without thi flato to
mat a sin pena cannot oe sued upon mm, ineroiurc, it
is ordered that the said Ariel Coiren, be nnd appear
belore the said Court of Chancery, next lo le hidden
nt B irlington, within and for said County, on the 2d
Tne-day of May next, on Ihe first day o'f said Term,
and make an-wer tosaid Uill : and it is firlher order
ed Ihat the said coii'ii'nmant cau-e this order and the
sub-lance of said Bill to be published three weeks
Micce-tivcly in. the Burlington Free PrcJJ, a news
paper printed in said BiirlinKlon. thu la-t of which 10
beat lea-t 20 days I cfure the setting of aid Court at
it' uext Term a aforesaid, which will Ic deemed
sufficient notice to the said Cofiren 0 appear and
make answer to a d Bill.
Dated al Burlington afurcaid, thl 14ih day of
marcn, a. u. isij. vv.u. fuUL,r., Ulcrk.
A. G. WiiiTEMOnE, Solicitor. 42u3
Oliver Howard jr. audi STATE OF VERMONT,
Abigail Howard, 1 Chittenden County, ss.
vs. f 1T 7iiereas, Oliver How
Oliver G. ovvard. J VV ardjr and Al ipad
Howard, I oth of Millon fn said County, have filed in
the office of the Clerk of the Court of Chanrcry.in said
Counlv, their Bill of complaint, therein stating thai
the said Oliver (). Howard, now cone lo parts un-
Knowii wunoiit tins a ate. on I he ad uav ol Kebrnarv
A. D. 1833, leingju-ily indebted to the said Abigail,
then and still the wife of the said Oliver Howard jr.,
in lliesiimofS300 0l)a spccilicd in a prcmi-orv note
bearing date on the 21 day of February, A. D.'l833,
nnd payable in two yeai from I lie dale thereof wnli
m'ere',anil in urder io-eeurellic payment I hereof,! hu
aid Oliver (i. on the said 2.1 day ol" February, A. D.
ioj, uy uceo oi luoricnue convcyeti lu tne said aoi
gail the following de-cril cd land, 'in Millon alorcsaid,
viz: 'IheEa-t half and en-! end of lot No. C9, in the
3Jdivisiiu of thu original right of Samuel Dodge,
conlainiug lifiy acre of kind j and lurther slatina tlmt
the said note bad not ill any part I cen paid, and prnv -
iii ., iviL-eio-iircoi ui eqiuiy ui ruueiiijiiiun oi said
morl paired premi-e-.
And the said Oliver O. Howard residing without
this Slate so that a ubpcna cannot be serv 'd upon
him, therefore, it i- ordered thai the -aid Oliver (f. be
and appear i,cfore the sail Co irt of Chancery, next
to Ic holden at llurliiihtoti within and for said
County of Chittenden on the 2d Tuc-nay of May
next, on ihe nrsi nay (i said term ami male an
swer to said Will; 'and it i further or.'crcd that
the said luniplainant.s cnit'c thi' otder and the
stance i f said I ill to be published three week-
sucee ivcly, tn the lluiliugtoii rice Picss, n news
paper prmied in said Uuriington, the last of uluili to
beat least twenty day? previous lo the commence
ment of said Term of said Court, which wil I e deemed
siiilieient police lothe said Oliver G. Howard to ap
pear and make answer to said Hill.
Dated at Burlington aforesaid, this 14th day of
.uarcn, a. u. ibij.
A. G. Wiiitemore, Solicitor. 42.v3
Alary Elizabeth Itanium's Estate.
STATE OF VERMONT, ) TI c Hon. the Prolate
liistrict t ihit-riiden, -s. v (;ourt lor the Uislriit ot
Chilti-nden, to all per-on- ci neeriied n thec-late cf
al Alt i 1 1 i..iif.i li UAKiUJl, latcot Aiiiun, in
said ili inct.iVca.cd, Giieetiso.
Ilt.lll-.AS, Arthur Humiiitr, adm ni-tiator cfthe
c-la'col said I'cca-ed, proioru9 lo icmer an i
co int of In- admiiii-trauon and present In.- aeeount
against said cs atu for examii.ation and allowance at
e-Mon va lhc t.ourt ol rrolau, to be hotccn at
the Itegi-tcr's olliectn llurlmgion, in saiddistiicton the
t un Maturuat ot .vnnl nex .
I herelorc, l ou arc heieby nolihcd lo appear lelore
said Court at the time and place nlbrc.-aid, and shew
cau-e-, il any vo l have, why the account aiuic-aid
hould not I e allowed.
Given under my hand at Uuriington Ibis 1G h day
oi Aiareti, a. ii. leu. 1 1
WM. WESTON. Register.
Kcmliigtoii Hi( good's Kstafe.
STATE OF VERMONT, ) AT a Prolate Court.
District ol Cliiltciu'cn,s.. J XI. bed at Burlinaton,
in said Di-trict, on the Oth day of March, A. I). 1313,
upon app'aation i f Hannah Mill-, una ol thc heirs to
the E-iale ofReininzton llilgood, late of Shelburn, in
.-aid di-tric, dc.cased mte-tate, reiiue-tmg a division
of two certain niece- ut lanj an I the appiricnniiec-
tlicrcit, siti'iitcd in fthcll.ur, alore-aid, which were
a-signcd and et o.it to Ada Bitgood, widow- of said
mlc-talc, as her dower in lliu rial c-late of whiih
said iiitc-talci'ied -c zctl in tin-stale, am, uur ihe heirs
of sai I E-latc anil the person- legally entitled ihcieto.
Thu sail Court do'li hereby order and assign the scc-
on.i vvcdnu-itay oi .;inl next at Ihe othce of the Kegis
lerot tins i.iiuriaiore ai i,ai luoeloek- A, al. lor hearing
in iliepiem'se-, and doth I'm then rder that the sai I ap
plicant duly notify all per-onsiiuere-tclicappiar bifore
said Couri, at lhc tunc and place aforc aid,and make
o'juctiou-, iftbcy scecausc.to such dii-i-ion, by pub
lishing the suh-tancu if sail application to'gc her
w.tb this order thice wcca-s st.cic-sivtlv in thu Free
Pre-.-, printed at U irlington afoicsaul, the la-t if
which pul lieanons shall Ic previous to ihe time e:
Datal al Uuriington, in the Di-trict cf Chittenden
thi-Othdav-ofMarih, A. D. 1813.
42 CIIA'S RUSSELL, Judge.
Alplictts Hall's I'statc.
STATU OF VERMONT, ) AT n Prolate Conn
District of Chittenden, i..J A bold at Uurlinglon,
within and for the district of Chittenden on thc 23 I
dayiifFolir.iarv. A. D. 1343. Altdiei- Hall and Com-
line Hall, iwo'of tlio heir- t the E-latc of Alpheu
Hall, late of Millon, in -aid di-tru'i, deceased : hied
in sail court their petition, in writing, ctt.ng forth
Ihat ihey each hold one scvcnlh pari of the c-tatc ol
llli.snid ilwcn.,.1 ,1, I'dlllltlnn will, th, (itlier I,,., rsi ,,,
saide-tatc and praying said court lo order a divi-ion
of said estate, and to appoint coinnii ioncr- to make
such division, agrccal ly to the stniiilu Hi sin h case
mailo and provided. Whereupon, the Court afou-aid
doth appoint Ihe fourth Wcdiic-day of March, 1S4.1,
for hearing and decidius on said peiition at the cilice
of '.he Regi-terof said Courl, in -aid llurlmgion, and
doth order that all per-on intere-lcd le noliliol
thereof by pullication of tin- order, containing the
substance of said petit ion, three week- successive!
in ihe B, irlington Free Pre--, a newspaper printed in
said Burlington, the la-t of which publication' lo 1 e
previous to the said fourth Wednc-cavolMarch,l843.
Oiveii under m hand this 231 day of February,
A. D. 1813.
40 3w WM. SVESTON, Rcgi-ter.
John II. Jnsliii's Instate.
WE THE SUBSCRIBER.-, having been ap
pointed by the Honorable ihe Probate Court
fur the District of Chittenden, commissioners to re
ceive examine and adjust the claims and demands of
all persons, against the estate of John II. Justin,
late of Wc-ifird, in said District, deceased, repre
sented insolvent, and olso all claims nnd demands
exhibited in oll'scl thereto) and six months from the
day of the date hereof, being allow ed bv said Courl for
that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice,
Ihat we will attend to the business nl our appoint
ment, nt lliedwelling id Wm. Wood, in Westford,
in sakl District, on the fourth Monday of April and the
la-l Monday of May next, al 10 o'clock, A. M., on
each of said davs.
Dated, this 13ih day of February. A. D. IS43.
41 WM, 110 W.MAN. JCommis-
HORATIO ALLEN, ) sioucrs.
Who n-isli to piircliasn Crockery,
Importer and Packer of
Crockery, China tf Glass Ware,
WOULD give notice that he is prepared to
Pack any amount of Ware according to order,
at New Yotk and Boston prices, saving freight and
bieakage to all who purchase of him. He has a
good assortment, and respectfully solicits Merchants
to call and examins his stock before buying in
Store, corner of Church and College Streets.
Burlington, 20th Oct. 1840.
French propnrod Mustard nnd
Fresh Citron, (new fruit) just received by Jacob's
Exc-rees. and which is offsted for sale at the German
SioreV OSTHE1M & MICHOLLS.
CAP, Medium, and Demy Ledger, j Journal , Day
Books, Ba.-r.rds, and a geneaal assortment ol half
bound Blank, Books, at ihe old stand upstairs.
40 H. J. SHUMWAY, Agt't
rpiIE subscribers keep on hand a sui
X per Ol vnrious Kinnp nt uieir
on Pearl St.
here they will promptly wait on customeis. Lnm
r sawed to order. Apply to Hepry Hiekok.
SAND'S SAHSAPARILLA FLUtt),
Crmtpound Syrup of Sarsaparilln,
lOHION'S SYRUP OF SARSAPARIIA,
fur tht immediate production cf Out
Extract of Sartaparilla,
Spanish and American Rout Sariaparilla ,'
All renowned for PURIFYING THE BLOOD t
INVIOORATINO THE UNHEALTHY, AM
RI'STORING SOUNDiNES-I TO THE CONSTI
TUTION. At whole-ale and retail, by
42 PECK it SPEAR, DruggUt:
FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURK
OKAI.I.DISEASKS ARISINU FROM AN IM
PURE STATE OFTH E BLOOD, OR HAB
IT OF THE SYSTEM. NAMELY :
SCROFULA, OR KIN'o's EVIL, RtlEL'MATlSM, OESTtN'ATa
cutannecok r.ncrTioNs, fimfles, cr fustclu
CN THE FACE, RLOTCtlES, BILE-, CHRONIC SOTOS
EIE-, HINO WORM OR TETTER, SCALD
HEAD, ES'LARCCSIENT OF THE &OMCS
AND JOINTS, STCBSORN CLCERl,
CA cr lumbago, and di-ei-OM
aritlns Irom an inj ldic.ous
U'c ot Mcrcnry,Ascit.'ev r
Drop-y, cxpo-iire or Im
prudence in life. Al-o.
Disorders will I e remo
ved by tlita preparation.
Improvement In whatever regards the happlnel
and welfare of our race is constantly on the march to
perfection, and with each succeeding day some new
problem i-solved, or s,ome profound secret revealed,
havhig an impoilaiit and direct bearing overman's
higlie-t (IcMin'cs. II we take a re ropeclive view
over the pa-t tw-cniy vtar, how i tlie mind struck
with wonder ! What rapid stride ha' science made
in every department of civilized life I particiilarlyiirt
that which relate-to the knowledge of the human sys
tem in lieallh and di-ea c. How valuaUe and indi.
pensal le ere the curative mean, recently discovere!
through the agency of chemi-try 1 How dees lha
imagination kindle'and our admiration g'ow at ttia
ingenuity, the near appraai li tn the standard of per
fection, of the pie-ent tiniel Through the clalorate
iiivc-tijalions of Phy-iology, or the science ot Life,
and lhc Pathology of prevalent di-ca-c, much valua
1 lc practical knowledge has been gained. In conse
quent of Iccomiiig acqnaintcil wnli the organiza
tion, inc elements oi inc various u-sues ana structure
of the sy-ttin, remedies have been sousrbt af:cr am!
ovcrcd exactly adapted to combine wilh. neutral
ize and expel morbiike matter, lhc cau-e of disease,
nnd -nb-titutc healthy action in it- place. The beau-
tilut siuipiicitv oi thi' mouc ol treatment is not on
siigge-lod I y lhc pathulogy f di-ra-cs, not only
grainful to ihe sul crer, hut perfectly in consonance
wiili lhc operations of Nature, and sati-factory to tho
views and roa-onuig' of every intelligent, reflecting
mind. It i' that Sands's Svrsafarilla. a seicnlific
i omhtnalion ofc-sential prineiplu.-i f the mn-t valua
ble venc'ahlc sul s'uncv, operate- upon the si-stem.
1 he Sirsaparilla U combined wi.h the most c. eclnal
am-, thu niot -attitary prod.iction-, the most potent
-iinplu-of the vegetal le kingdom ; and its unprece
lentel success in the restoration to health of ho9
who had lone pined under lhc mo-tdi-tre-M'nzchron-
ic tuatadic, has given it an exalted chancier, fur
nishing as it docs evidence of it own intrinsic value,
and recommending it lo the afllicted in term.' the af
flicted inly can know. It ba-long leen a most im
portant de.-idcra'um in the practice of me.l.cine to ob
tain a remedy similar to tin one that wul 1 actoa
the liver, stomach and 1 owcl with all thc preci-ion
and potency cf mineral preparations, yet without
any of their deleterious clfects upon .he vi al powers
oi i nc system.
Thc. -mention eft lie reader!' respectfully called to
the fullowin? certificates. However great achieve.
mcnts have heretofore I cen made by the u-e of this
invalual le medicine, yet daily txperienceshovvs re
sult' still more remarkal le. 'ihe proprietors hero
avail llicin.e've-of lhc opportunity ofsaving it is a
source oi con-iant sa:i faitinn that they arc mada
thc means of relieving such an amount of suTcrin?.
Nkivakk, N. J., Uec. 13, 1812.
Messrs. Sands: Gent Word-cannot cxpreslhe
gratitude I feel fur yo-ir treatment to me, a stranger
siil.'ering uieVr one oftbeinot loathsome discves
ih.it nature is caps! lu of bearing. The disca-e with
which I was aflbcted commenced with inflamation of
llicevc-, in Ihe year ISdO, which caused almost to'al
I lindne.-s. For thi-1 wa treatcJ and finally relieved,
but the remedies were up h as lo cause the develop
ment ofa scrofulous affection oa my left arm near lha
T he pain extended from the -hajlder to the end of
myfinicr-, and for two year- mysutleringswere be-jonddc-cription.
I tried various remedies md con
sulted ditlercnlphy-ieian-m New York, and amongst
them the late Dr. Uu-lie, who told me the di-ca-C of
Ihe arm was earned by the large quantity of mercury
taken lo cure the inllamation of my eves.
My Milk-ring-continued, thearii enlarged, tunnr
formed in didcrent place-, and in n few months dii
clnrgeil, making tun riinninguhcrs nt onetime, soma
above and some Iclow- the elbow, and the discharge
was so o'lenve that no ner-on could 1 car to le in
thcroom vvhercl was. I then applied lo ano. her dis
tinguished physician, who told me amputation of the
arm vva ihe only thing that could save my life, as it
wa- impo-ibleiocuresodicadful a disease j but as I
was unwilling to con-ent lo it, hu recommended me
to u-e Mvvdiii's l'nnaiea ficely, which I did without
deriving bin link-benefit. Fur three years I was un
able to rai-c my ban I to my bead, or comb my bead,
and the scrofula now made its appearance on my
beadji'c-tioymg thu I one in ihl'creni plains, tai sing
cxten-ivu liberation-, and I feared it might reach and
dc-troy the brain thc head swells I very much, ac
companied with violent pain. Numerous external
remedies were recommended, ,m ihey Jul no goisd.
About a ear simc I vva taken tevrrely ill wiiha
swelling ol lhc bo.lv from held lo foot, so that 1 waa
entirely belplc-s. The dor'or advised mo to go to the
ho-piial, for be did not under-tan I inyca-e. For tho
la-t few month I had been afflicted with a severe
pain in loth side', at times vn hard 1 cOUJ scarcely
hold my I rcalh. A haekins cough eon-iantly an
iioyctl mc, andthi- combinol with my other maladie-,
rendered mc truly mi-cral le. Such, gentleman, lias
1 cen my siimiMon fijr -even vear- l mv life, when I
coniiiciiccd thc ne ofyoir Sarnpaiilla'j but as my
cn-evv-as con-ideied b'opek , and the near pro-pect
ol a speedy ill-solution seemed inevitul Ic, I felt but lit-tlecnioiiragt-ment
to per-cverc. The per msion of
irien i- inu ieeu ine 10 iry your medicine which in a
j 'ew day- prod uel a great' cbaoge in my system gen'
trally, l ycau-iug nn appetite, relieving lhepam,and
giving me sticngih. A. -ncccs- in-pues confidence,
1 w-a-eneo iraged to persevere. My pains reweai
cr, mysirengih reinrned, lord reli-bci, the ulix-rs heal,
di, new fle.h formed, and I once niure fe t within ran
that I might get well. I havenow used ihe Sarsana.
nils about two month', and am like a dilerent be
ing. The arm ilnttrai to be amputated has entirely
healel, a thing thai seemed impo-sil le. I can scarce
ly I elcve the evidence of my own eye, but such i ihe
fai t j and it i' now a o-cfiil a at any perio.1 of my
life, and my general health is Letter than it has leen
for veur- pa-t.
nealih.whaiinaiijin the won) ! how tnAnv ihmi.
I sands have sought it' in fere gn lands and sunny
I climes and have sought in vain ! Yet it came to ma
wucn i tiau uivc. up to die ; and as I feel the ptiUa
tionsofhealth cour-ing through my veins my whole
hr-an and soul go forth in fervent gratitude to the au.
ibnrof all our sure merries, that he has leen gra.
i ion ly pleased tol lesthe means made u-e of. Tru
ly have you proved your.-elf the good Samanian to
ihu atHietcd, for next to my Creator my life i- indebted
to you nr rather) thc use of your invaluable Sar-apa-rilla.
The value of such a medicine is countless be
yond price, money cannot pay for it. I have leen
rai-el from death, I maysay,for my fr;endj and my
self thoightil impossible 1 could recover. And now
genlleinen sutrcr me to add anoiherprool certified too
by my friend, and gi ardian a. a ju-t aeknovvleJjse.
mcnt of il e viitues of your health restoring Sartapa
rilla. That the afllute-l may also use it and enjoy
Ihe lenelit'it alonecsn center, is ihe heartfelt, fee
vcutwiih of tbeir and your friend.
1 know Manhs Conl n and I ebeve what she stale
in thi documeoi to le icrfccllv i-orreci.
Vjcaii General or New You,
I!e-icr of Si, Peier's Cbnnh.
0 ven at New i ork lhi 14 h day of Dec., IgiJ.
1 know Martha Conlin, and havelnow.iofhersuf
fermg illness. JOHN DL'BOla,
, , , , . H'-'hop of New-York.
I place full confidence in Ihe siatemeai made by
Martha Conlin. having known her the past twenty
years. I will cheerfully give any particulars in rela.
lion to her case to those who may wish fur her iafor
"lion. Sr. ELIZABETH,
Superior of tho Rooan Catholic Orphan Asvlom,
Prince sirett N V, Use, If
I haveconfiden'-e in the reprcsenlan'on' made b
.Martha Conlin, and have full knowledge of her caws.
ELIJAH f. PL'RDY.
Alderman 10th Ward of ibe City of New York-.
Dec. 14, 1842. '
Martha Conlin ba lived In my family lke.lartlS
year, and 1 hereby certify the foregoing ttttaBM
made ly berself I. correct.
No. 604 Broad street, Newark, J.J.
frepared aod sold, wholeule and ratal), and r
M0(iation,by A. B. SAND5&.C O.. QrurgU s
Ciemi.ts Granite BiUI&ag., No. in Broadway, eor
nex of Chsmlers.trcet, New York.
GEORGE PETERSON, Agtnt
By tptcial appointmentor tht Proprietor! fat Sur
linzton, Vermont, and for sale by Druggists geaeraliy,
Paict tl per bottle, 6 bottles for 5.
Durlipgtcn, March 8, IfMJ. 41 ly