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...... .j nlvn In a M'cll.
fit i8Bciaom,even in tbisagcof railroad
Aastcrs uuJ steamboat cxplosious, tbat wo
, x .irrl a more irielan-
ure calica upuu . ,
! ,ioly accident than that wu occurreu
Li , V . f a:., m! In urn lHt,
outamilo soutn oi
Saturday. A Mr. Obadian Gage, a man
about 50 years ot age, wan wuv-
fv Jolin Merrill, in repairing an oia wcii.
.. vln in VPTV
The weil was ongmaujr
Juidy ground, to the depth of about 19
..t hv nnkinff brick worK upon a
hat is to say, a cirwu ui -
fiid upon a wooden wucci ui mo x.. v
liamcter with a hole in it about the sue
f the inside of the well, than the woik-
(an dug under the wheel, Binning xne
hole structure, and adding to the brick
all as the work progressed. The well
aving become dry, Mr. Gage was sinimig
ilppncr DV ine Bel"";
cached a depth of about 22 icct. A
i i. 4l, lmoni- nnrfc nf thework
in.all Drcaca in i t
Li.l already given indications of danger,
- " , . 1.1 XI.
imd he had been warned to aDanuou
Uric, but intimating to those above that
-Vhcro was no present danger and that he
Avould soon come up, he proceeded with
.bis labor, until a quarter before eleven
o'clock, a. m., when all of a sudden, one
Llc of the lower portion of the well gave
gg The following is the population of
Lamoille county by towns, as given by the
t f n n
W. It. Smith,
BARBEll AND HAIR-DHESSER,
AMERICAN HOUSE, IIYDE PARK, VT.
Corn Stalk & Straw Cutter.
TE the undersigned having used Holinan's
Patent Corn Ktalk and Straw Cutter, do
f..n mpniiiinfinil it, to he the most complete, sim-
. - . . . J nn.l An fl.Anrfllll V
pie, ana tiesi uuner in uc, n..u .
recoinmend to those In want of a corn Btalk and
straw cutter, to purchase Holman's, In preference
to any oiner, as ii i w .'-- - -
of one-third in the feed realized by the use of this
DUTTOIY & HYDE,
The following is the census returns
for a part of Orleans county :
Craftsbury 1,413 .
I,o well 814
Keavkh & Wn-Kixa, Stowe.
H. E. Barnes, "
Wesley Matthews, "
Okren Perkins, "
Georob Raymond, "
C. J.-(Sheldon, "
Vv. I. Atkins, Morrisville.
John Mii.es, "
8. H. Hwazky, "
S. C. Sanborn, "
All orders should be addressed to
J. & H. T. STRAW,
Proprietors, htowc, v t
Stowe, December T, 18110.
wn.v. commencing at the, bottom, and run
Jning up some seven or eight fect, closely
f followed by the quicksand outside the brick
nlfitinff the entire destruction ot
the lower portion, buryirfg Mr. Gage, and
leaving about 15 fect of the upper part
of the well, uninjured.
The news was soon brought to the vil
laoc, and crowds of people immediately
hastened to the accident with shovels ana i
spades. When we reached the spot, about
an half hour after the disaster, a man
bad descended the well and was dipping
up buckets full of sand, which were drawn
up by those above. It soon became ap
parent both from the danger of the situa
tion, and from the fact that the sand
rushed through the brick as fast as it
could bo gathered up, that sonic other
method must be adopted for the release
of the unfortunate man, although at that
time his head was probably not more than
twn trot under the earth. Forty or fifty
Hhovcls were immediately at work, and a
rumor that sounds had been heard from
Gage, added not a little to the zeal with
which the laborers applied themselves.
For an hour and a half the shoveling con
tinued, making an excavation of about
:i0 fect in diameter, the brick in the mean
time being removed down to within three
or four fect of the breach. The occasional
falling in of the embankment impeded
tho nroTcss of the work somewhat and
to those at work
rcimcrcu iv ou ,xii,..0-.
l,4.1nw. that a curb was made, by nailin
i i 4 fr isido nosts. and inside of
il.ia tl.o work nrosrvesscd, until the body
11 v reached. It was found in
upright position so completely wedged in
with brick and sand, that it was necessary
to dig down as far a the keecs before it
could be extricated, and.it was not until
4 o'clock in the afternoon, that the dci(d
body was raised from its living sepulchre
The body still retained some warmth, and
no bruises of any account were found, but
the mouth and nose were completely filled
with sand. It is altogether improbable
auv sound was ever heard from Gage,
after the earth once closed over him. It
.i. nwlmVilp that all life and
lo muix i..xv l
consciousness were extinct iu a very
moments after the accident occurred.
We are pained to be obliged to add to
the sorrowful emotions which this sad
case occasions, the fact that Mr. Gage
leaves a wife and several children in almost
entirely destitute circumstances. Brad
ford Telegraph, Nov. 30.
Miixkmieville, Ga., Dec. 3. The
House passed the retaliatory bill on Sat
urday. An amendment that the State
derated faith from
AUIHAA (11 I
those States interposing obstacles to the
rights of Georgians under the Constitu
tion, and absolving all the officers of the
State from the obligations of their oaths
to support the Constitutions, was voted
down by 53 majorty.
The resolutions for a convention of all
the Southern States to be held at Atalanta,
Febuary 22d to take, counsel and adviso
as to the mode and manner oi resistance
in the present exigency, were mado the
special order for Tuesday. The preamble
objects to separate action, but favors a
final settlement of all sectional issues.
New Orleans, Dec. 3. At a secession
meeting on Friday night, delegates to the
State Convention were nominated.
A bra iii IMcklord's Ustate.
STATE OF VERMONT, ) In probate court hold
. . ...... , u KiaTiiinT.ss. I en at Johnson, in said
district on the 5th day of December a. d. 1800,
W II. H. Bingham, executor of tho estate ot
Abram Uickford, late of Stowe in said district
,1 .!. onniicat.lnn to said court to ex-
tend the time heretofore allowed him to pay the
debts and legacies flue trom sam bbwhj.
render his administration account, uutil Boine
future day : ' . - , ,. ,., )W
Whereupon it is oruereu vy " -"
application be heard at the probate onice in John
son in said district, on the lth day ot December.
1X00 : and it is further ordered that notice be
iriven to all persons concerned by publication ot
this order in the Lamoille Newsdealer, printed at
Hyde Park, three weeks successively prior to saw
hearinff. liy the court, .
2w3 Attest, S. S. TIKE, Register.
Have on hand a choice assortment of
D R Y-G OODS,
FAMILY GROCERIE S,
Hats & Caps,
AT THE !
THE Winter term of this Institution will com
mence Nov. 2H, and continue eleven weeki.
under the charge ot
MISS. J. A. FLEIUI.VG,
So well and favorably known as a teacher.
TUITION HCR TEBH.
Common English,. ;
French, extra, ,
. Penmanship, . .
Viual mllHtn. '
It Is desirable that all should be present at tho
commencement of the term,
Hyde Park, Nov. SW. iou.
HE subscriber keeps constantly on hand the
STATE OF VERMONT, j Votich is nereoy
LAMOIM.H DlSTllICT, SS. J given nmv
Sessions of the I'robate Court for the District of
Lamoille, will be held at the Probate Office in
Johnson, in said District, on every Monday fot
the year onsuing.
By order of the Court,
Johnson, Dec. 1, 1800 B. S. PIKE, Register.
BOOTS AND SHOES
EARTIIERN AND GLASS-WARE,
Books and Stationery,
Charles S. ISartlett'a EM ate.
STATE OF VERMONT, J la rromuo oui ium
Lamoili.k District, ss. j en at Johnson within
and for said District, on the Oth day of December
A. D. lWio.
M W. Terrill Administrator on the estate of
Charles S. Uartlett late of Morristown in said
District, deceased, presents his administration
account for settlement: Whkkkupon, it is oruereu
that the snme be referred to tne mm ony .i xc
ember 1H0O. at the Probate Onice in said Johnson
for examination and allowance; and that all con
cerned be notified hereof, by the publication of
this order in tho Lamoille Newsdealer printed at
Hyde Park, three weeks successively as won as
may be, that they may appear, and at said time
and place, if they see cause, object thereto.
Hy oriler of court.
Attest. S. H. Pllvti itegisier.
Wasiiinutos, Dec. 3. A proposition has
been discussed here to-day to the effect
that the Representatives from all tht
Southern States, except South Carolina,
or nnd nrcnani a list of
grievances and state what will satisfy
them as a remedy. -
This will be submitted to the Republi
cans, and if favored by them, after the
rcadin" of the President's message that
portian referring to the political troubles
of the country will be referred to a com
mittee, of one from each State.
Several prominent Republicans have
acquiesced, in this proposition.
ON tho morning of the 2iith of November , from
4i... wt.,vi,iiiv situ, somewhere between
Morrisville and Stowe, not far from Morrisville, a
fur Vletorlnc. The owner may be found by ad
dressing or sending to Miss Jcma A. 1-lemino,
of Hyde Park, Vt.
i ,iv,p r, inert
And an endless variety of
Y A N K E E NOTIONS.
List ot" Letters
...... . TI...1n
1EM AIMXti in the 1'ost uuice in iiyo x uii
1 Dec, 1st ,...,. ,.
Mit. llamial t amweii, auhou im
Huntley, Samuel 11. Howard. (J. w. nenuee,
A. C. Hopson, Miss l.aura v. uowu-y ""
Miss Paulina Jones, Henry Jewett, 1 v j, "t- ? '
y. ('aniline H Philllpp1"' Hiram KH h, h. t
Snow & Co 1 1 w tteimc, Joshua Wedgwood.
Miow, iv to.."- i)i,ri.-if l M.
11. XX. XVMX.i.,J,
Tn tl,u t.nu-ii. on the 2!Uh ult.. hv Rev. C. N
Pratt, Mr. Edward D. Carter and Miss Laura S.
Gray, both of Johnson.
In Johnson, Oct. It. by Rev. F. S. Jlaytoni,
Mr. James D. Clark, of Hyde Park; to Miss Lucy
A Patch, of Johnson.
AvivnrPEVnPAM) WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
FOR NATIONAL CIRCULATION
AND FAMILY READING,
ii'nr mini n n n ininnrlal (liiarto Journal
.i.i:. I1....-! i nm .iiv nf Vew-York, aiming to be
mm.pt to a HUlMCCtS Wlliru i"" w;i""B
.'...! . P a wocnlllf .Tlllll'lUll.
T I IE ! 1 It ST NEWS PAP E H IN AMERICA.
3 it & .
In this town, on the 2d Inst., or consumption,
Mm. Melvina Newland, wile or James acwinnu,
Es(i., aged 20 years.
At Prospect Hill, Iowa, Sept. 13, Jiss Jmirut
L. Eaton, formerly of Morristown; aged 21 years.
I i mav want sewing done, such i
ROWELL would inform those who
tne mailing oi
coats, vests, pants, Ac, tuiii sue may no xuu.m
at tho residence of Mr. C. It. Loveland. in this
..:n.. !,,.,. uln nrnnld te hanuv to attend to
such work of tho above description as may
Pydo Park, Dec. 7, im.
J. 1. IflcUlroy,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Not assuming or seeking to be a l'vcacher of
religious doctrine, but recognizing. ii all its
ludgmeiits on tho practical ntlairs of 1 fo the
iutiiority and eflicacy of Christian principles and
Christian Truths. -,t(n
ALL THE NEWS
will be found in its columns, in every ui .
of human activity. Political, Agricultural,
? . 1 V, i a wpII a n Literature,
pscieuiinc, i.oiiiinui;ii, - - ,
Seienceand Art. In all that coneern- menta
and moral progress ana ciuiure, iu m -and
ZZvlt Religious and E.luranal tow
and news, therefore, will receive special attention ,
and also, all New ?Wn$?X J'Ha
coveries and works of art
Domestic con-espondenco oi mo Yvrivii.. .
emu ledinotfroin the NORTH lono but f o n
the SOUTH, EAST and WEST. In every Mate
itlnis a regular paid correspondent, ' a
Britain. France. Germany, Italy. T'efocri;
China, Japan, South America and Afiita, we
have Duid resident correspondents.
A correspondent travels with (!ari baldi'H Army.
TUB MASSACRE IN SYRIA '
Was first predicted and first announced In the
columns oi TMCi VYunuu,
OCB BEIRUT COUBKSrONPlTS.
THE WORLD will bo independent, but . never
n utral; never lending itself to par y ser vice b.
helping the good and exposing tho bad In all
. .'. 1R Kaiinnal. oh the ide of the Uii on,
,wv. . , upholding
.. x..i. 4i. iit.nt nf nnbllshine a part of a
letter which has fallen into our hands, and refeis
somewhat to our business :
Dk,vr Uuotukii Ben : -I have finished my fall s
work, at leusi goi. "," -h- vt
tliiiiLt out of my ions can ir jib v-
the Luer? but the 'cheese did first chop So of
course 1 am all ready for wiuter, and leel to-day
awiuliy meiiuea to write a icuci.
1 must tell about some f onr improvements here
on the Street. Dutton & Hyde have just rl
their store and mane it spies, mm sim- -
... .1.1.. ...i.l ...ulllf. Ill lill.L. X 111..V Mvv... .-
"""""" " , " 1. 41. 1nn
little surprised to see now im u n; -a
short time, for 1 hadn't been int., their s ore
since they commenced fixing up. But t other
Say the Doctor told me to get some medicine at
Diitton and Hyde's for it was no where else to be
Well, they have lust the largest and best assort
ment of drug's aii.1 medicine's I've seen out of
Montpelier or Burlington, i goi ny uu ";
moiiiptii.i buruest pile oi
L rn7nmnv day, a lot of school.
L 4 ,mVwthatbov gw's. He
nliii... "v... ,.,1 , rmit is
cap ug enoug" 101 -
n ,r a fit forliim, too. If I do say it
LARGEST AND BEST
' ' AND '
HATS $ CAPS
To be found
IN LAMOILLE COUNTY.
The clothing Is all
Strong and Servicable.
At his store may be found a largo assortment of
For the gentleman, farmer and mechanic;
A large lot of
Silk mixed, black broadcloth, brown and mixed,
frock and sack
Also, black doeskin, faney cassimero, satinet and
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Continues to occupy his office, west end of the
village in Hyde Park. It was opposite the late -Dr.
Hunton's Cabinet of Minerals. " Bed Car
thago est delenda." ' - ,. ,.
I am not so young as to seek the purlieus or
Pettifoggery, orsooiuos io avow iuo i";
investigation of the law. I wish my old clients
to finish up their cases, and the young who may
nlease to call, anu ne uicsseu wivu uviw m
out, or c d to go in, to frivolous law suits, by
an old Lawyer. lyl
G. II. uyer,
HI. O. Heath,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
CAMBRIDGE, JEFFERSON VII. LE F. 0., VT.
II. II. Powers,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLER AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Hyde Park, Vermont.
officii In newsdealer BUILDINd.
13. S. Blarichard,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
HYDE PARK, VT.
OFFICE IN NEWSDEALER BUILDING.
Office hours from 8 to 9 A. M., and from 6 to 5
'-All calls promptly attended to, day or night, .
J. T. Allcli,
HYDE PARK, VERMONT.
rr?- Will attend to all matters either civil or
-nir lastincr. cassimere, Valcn-
(jldinillUU, livu.jr , . , 4 .
cia velvet, plush, and black satm
Also, white, fancy, Marseilles, and Paris
Child & Benton,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
HYDE PARK, VT.
JOHN A. CHILD. , jj.
L. JS. Small,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
SOLICITOR AND MASTER IN CHANCERY,
Hyde Park, Vermont.
Particular attenton given to all matters left for
collection. y .
rriUS is to certify that I have this day given my
I son Leander i. Eastman, his time du- ng
' r .ta minnrUv. and I shall Olantt
nope of his earnings, nor jmy my -
contracting after this date. ,.: TO . N
Hyde Park, Nov. 28, 1800. Iw3 ,
plaguy near " . ,,.,,, , everHaw
y nave go ,, mhrhtv
anvwlieie, they are mignty inumpei" ""ttv
cheap, and as L women'. "ff-W
got you u laugu w m u - o -
heel s and sole s as vuu r. w .-... -- -:-
. . M.,.i ...nHililn now vou just buy
Susan aVai" y; ' 1 , d? ? VmS"
j..n...'u ..M,l Llu'iiu at that, besides a blaoK saw
M.nH Riildv'n dress I
yen w imiicn ...jr v, ,, n,u f
rt.. ,..,'x. ..i-i. linvitllT a IT )UU iruuu inw
. . T.V...I (j 111 IIIIIlflNL lllltllll-
nusiaiie. rc. - ' . ...1...1 u oil
what a lot or stutl we oo v uuv no u.. ...
and since I've got the money-thank's to hard
work ami a good market . Hiddy sends a sample
of her dress, which she hopes Susan will like.
We are constantly receiving new supplies from
market, and hope to be able to suit all who may
11 . ..,,1, .. oii imth in tho variety and the
a I ty of o roods and we feel confident that
wp uh'Lll DO UlMUUlPtU iw H""" I
all will find it to their advantage to purchase of
i what they may neeu iu uui n.v.
Give us a call. 1)UTT0N & HYDE.
MTlS'S, BOYS' AND YOUTH'S
BOO 1? ,
C A 1111 1 AGE SHOP.
HYDE PARK, VT.,
TOULD inform the citizens of Hyde Park
,' i ..:..:;... 41, u4 lio hna nnenfid a SUOll in
the room formerly occupied by It. S. Page. wliere
he is prepared to accommodato those who may
want work in his line. ,,',
Several nice sleigna on nana buu iii i
Done oh short notice, ana in a mauu b"-
entire satisfaction. . . . ,
Hyde Park, November 80, 130U. xj i
Thomas iitton's Estate.
ct itp. ni? VERMONT, ) In Probate court hohl
VERMONT 3TANUF4 CTURE,
NEW SHOE SHOP
Melancholy Dkatii. We learn that
Mr. Harvey Merrill (started from Wells
River last Triday evening for Lanaait,
N. II., and got off the cars at Batli depot
and started on foot for Landaff. He had
got about a mile from Bath village when
he sat down his valise, undressed himself,
and .proceeded ahout a quarter of a mile,
imtirulv naked, where he was seen in the
attitude of prayer, hy ahoy who informed
the people iu the vioiuity of what he had
seen, hut they, doubting what the boy
told them, mado no search for him. His
body was found the next morning, beside
tho road, liia clothes' watch money and
valise all safe as he left them. Ho was
ii vmiru? man huk; h rcKDceted. and leaves
t o 1 ' X
.a wife and one child to mourn his loss,
It is supposed thatm a fit of tempoary
insanity ho divested himself of his clotli
ing, and the night being cold and stormy
ho frose to death. Ho has of late been
living at Wells River. ii.
A liOt of IVo. 1,
Fathers." To tho
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
Hyde Park Clothing Store.
Tho ruling powers Press, Tulpit,
MOllRISVILLE. VERMONT, ;
ICHMPfl CON8TANTIY ON HAKl
cloths & Ti:ni.iiixs,
,wl makes to order, and warants to fit. such
THE CLABEMONT MANUFACTURING
MANUFACTUBK1W of Paiier and Hooks, pul
lisl crs, P intei-s and binders, wholesale a d
retai d Xs'ln books and stationery, and pur.
4!lw,iiIS it. lllK.
- v.;.; 0.1
. ri nl . V.H. LEMt'EL ii. xiJ5.
Cairitn ist, tno aicrciiani, nio jiw ---iner
no paper sullers such inducements mid in
tercst Por each department it has a special
editor-Agricnlt-iral. Horticultural, Scientific.
! a Btn.. etc. and so re-
ly,' rimnns'the last and best results
f the life and work tue world. Uh
1'UUV JhlUi AIM' lUiUH-U. -
Alone are worth the price of the paper.
n-irrm v EIIITIOV.
n.,.i. .n ' i,n hem I. WEKKl iY, will con-
tain ali the daily matter of the most J''Port"'
r I.." ' 4- in. Knecial attention is paid
10 1,0 . .T Vi .4 ,;, if ri. and Mechan-
tO tllO Agncui .m, ..v. .,. .,!
1CBI UC llHlNlcllin. xn . ,
IIIIIVI IllWIUVI. " " I '
greatest care. Price a y r,
. i. ..i. tn i.nfl address. '. ten collies do.
in" twenty-flve copies do.. $20. An extra copy
tw .Hy-fiv to a'clubof fifty Wecddy sub
SS. copy of the Daily will sen t fur one
Clercymen can receive mo D...e-
Hyde Park Street.
lirOULD inform the public that he has com
W menced business on his own account, and is
1 4.. nil .nil,, in bis line.
Hnwork leH with him will Vecelve prompt at-
tcn,tl0"',.... bo is nrenared to war-
S allwornWwm to lve perfect satis-
faction, both In price anu worai lansmp.
I Hyde Park, Vt., Nov, 20. Mot). lM
n . 1 a vnni
" ?I V "V. . ,..T,rr xr tirnni Ti
THK hr.Sll-n r.r.ivux ""
Will be published every Tuesday f.
will embrace all the more luiportiint ma ttmofthe
iliillv odit ons. wit I me laiwi
Ko imlSiy i thlscountry wiU compare w th
it In lange of topic anu variety ui n.
TlSRM;$3ayear! two copies to one a;""
Ve copies do. . . l i w n "-; fo
J1.'.u V. i. ...i..4.. a Kiiccess unknown
e.mal to that of the OLD tSrABLIbUbD uai-
1 lifimner.'tvpo. "i. appearance, and ranfte of
ir.nKn. it surpaHses'any Journal ever issued
from the American press. pK N y.
Addiess " Xbo World," 35 PABK Bow. JN. I .
-niin A. Kecler's IMate.
,m trununWT 1 Tn Probate Court hold-
forsaid.Hstrict.onthe Stth day of November
on tne mm "-; ., "' "r 7, a le annlioation
o 'said eoi rtto extend U.etin.e heVetofo allowed
irio pay i-"?
An assortment of
t .m,i i m msTHiCT. ss. en Bl vuo x " '
flee, in Johnson in said district, on the 27tn uay
Dutton, late of Hyde Park, m said distiict. de
S rere.nts to sahlrt thMsaid
that it is necessary to seu
4li ilelits and expenses 01 uu
I tate , and" pray, said court to grant him license
7 . tlm nnvnoses aforesaid.
l0(vhe ponltTs ordered by said court that said
o,,nl Vfttion be heard at the Probate oihee in John
Zl&'d, onthe third Tuesday of Decem
ber next l and it la luriner oiuu.bu '
iriven to all persons concerned by publication or
SI order in the Lamoille Newsdealer, printed at
Hyde Park in said district, three weens i B
sivelv prior to the time set for hearing, that they
mvuiy i"ii . .. ., ,invn.pnt of said
mnv appear anu rivouuu"""" .... ----- - .
debts and expenses, or otherwise object. If they
Cients' Furnishing oods.
CM and examine, and buy a good article. ; My
BEADY PAY AND SMALL PEOFIT3.
Hyde Park, Nov. 20, 1800.
B. D. BENNETT.
se cause, to the granting of said license;
By order of court. . S. PIIvE, Kcglster.
miiE subscriber oontinuos to work tin, copper.
I in. and Iron, at Hydo Park Street.
B. S. PAGE.
Sentlmu Uohlnsoh's Estate
C,rl ' wil l. PHKSMNTEl).
STATE OF VEBM0NT, I AT a rroDRie vpur
5.:i--T.mt.f.i. u. 1 hedden at the Probate
llimiuiuri - . T.,.,4 f
Office in Johnson wumn an, "
Lamoille, on tne isi any oi .. - -
tnl one thousanu eigni iimmi
- An instrument, purporting to be the last V, ill
and Testament of Bcptinius tol,1"'
Morristown in said district, deceased, being pie
entcd here by Hemantl W. Koblnson of Monis
town In said District of Lamirflle, the widow of
debased, for Probatoi it is ordered by said Pro
itSTonAthat all persons concerned there-
be notified to appear -
"m i Ltiie.t. on tho mb day of
OTX vonnir men, of honest, temperate, and in
S dut mm Tnbits! to peddle Yankee Notions,
plain and Japanned tin. glas. and wooden ware.
None without the above qua illcations need apply.
Hydo Park, ISov. u. xoo. "
OF THE most desirable styles, at the mannfac
tm"r's usual wholesale Prices, with he fright
added, for sale by the load, by B..H. PAGE.
render his administrauon ....... "
f,f this order in the Lamoille Newsdealer, printed
at Hvd Park, three weeks successively, before
"'jjy tecot-Attest. 8. s: PIKE, Bcgi.ter
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Tin Plate & Wire,
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11. 8. PAGE.
A tho box and bundle, for sale by
nOMMON and XX. L. O. Ppan
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LOWING A Co's improved Miiteher-apout
LJ plumps and lead pipe,