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ILLINOIS STATU DEBT.
t tj of partial deliverance Jlul now await r. 10 view of Iter pending negotiations with , '. ! ice of her canal bond. It nitl l XtrisLc rCTT. An rUxUWhmtnt for mano- . . n iturieM intH prosrerily of tho j fset'iilnc Niedle I now in urerful operation t -ami who flw noil will rejoice at m navcrstraw, X Y. TliemuhlritrrUtrnrcsent- eJ to b perfect and rutknii and It a great taring of manual labor, ia ill it operation. The wire i mrfv 1,1 Mnri. n,rmt.r the mHilrrT , t.iHt Mesir. Oakley ami Ryn have jeul it up, mk tli groove, pnnehe the eye. ami , in, t .IaJoft far the purposeof making ar ! bore the.hole. n it not tocul the threat). After t widi the EnglUls holders of thew Unnda; Ui, they rjn thtouc.li the pioecs of grinding am! caie-hsidnlng, and aio finally burnished : jet a single hand ran turn off nearly 30,000 a day. .in passed it the tut session of the Illinois , . e Of theio agent of lllinola anl the e it tl eit Uit, e cannot do tetter than to , ,(irmit of a .rndonpaperf a citing the j ,,viionw!Jhii arrangement I asked, and in pfn im fmnuhing wh.t ve conceive lnt i , i -J tc'.iaMe statement of the situation and , ( il. tht of llilt State. ' . . . m . . - iiu .uncinj the arrival u( Mom. Uakley and j- t n" Indoit Morning Chrumcle aays : Ik rc'yet u to make arrangements for the tixirfthe Illinois and Michigan Canal, , will undo the waters of the northern lakes i" waters of the Mississippi, nml greatly 'ic transportation of Illinois produce to k and to Canad.i. To complete this ca . i i'iII require nbout 8l.GOO.000. nnd is nro. n-j(-d,v.atthe holders of the lilinoiiand Michigan 4Mi bonis ammounting to $5.000,000,. should t,ri(iec thereon 32 per cent, receiving ns security ,.r - advance, nod for tlio principal and ttilcrtt H oa theolJ bonis, the assignment of tho canal nl ohcr property together amounting to f9,29 1, fii O.i tin bssis tho commissioners have oh tuscd subiciiplions in the United Stairs for about te Tilt the amount required, arid expect to raise itirttinr amount there. rfltml In one 'foutth'tlic to jf am nt of cnnal bonds held in the states, being frat twelve to thirteen hundred thousand dollars, Tbe f illowing is an extract from tho circular Wimiikotos'. Mosvmint. Arrangements aro now making to erect a column of gtanile or marble, from eighty to or.e hundred feet high, at Newburgh N. V., near Wa-,htng!on'a head quarter, In the Itetolutlonary War. It uillbe in eight of West Point, and can bo viewed paining up and down the Ititcr throuah the bay of Newburch. Subscription for t!il purpoje aro limited and voluntary, only one dollar received from each individual. ITTAt a town meeting In Kcene, N. II., legally w arncd to act upon the subject of Ucenitt. tlw fn'. lowing resolution was adopted by a decisiro vote of l'Jl ayes to 0 nays, a follows : "That the Selectmen of this town be, and they heieby are Instruclcd, not to grant any license for the sile of wine and uniritou liouort within aaid town. it not being the inlcnlion of this town, br pafng this vole, to censure the conduct f the piescnt or any former board ofScloctmen IiRioiiTOH Maiikct, Dec. II. There is a aligh Improvement in tho priccof Ueef tincethefiist of the'TrmwhKilrflofsirofd'fromM to lr75- First quality, A 00 to i 75. Wool. Fleece and pulled Wool is in groat de ! jr Ce'i F.jprttt IlolltJ Mr Conp,' w bo has bcn n ployod by Pomcroy & Co, on the express line between Nrtr Vorlt a4fA!lany. vai robt'eJ of an iron trunk containing money; and drafts to the amount of from 1 123, to 8130, 000. Tl" trunk nas on Iwrd the Steamboat Uitea Handing upon the deck, when tho boat ar rived at New 3'ork. MrCopplcft it the re, arid proceeded to the KxprfM ofiice.anJ on bis return at day licht. it was missintr. Conn has been nr. rested and is now tn tho Tombi at N. V. vPome roy & Co offer a rctrard of )J,O0O for tbe recov cry oltbe trunk. ANNUAL MEF.TING OF THE VER MONT TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. The Centra! Committee of tho Vermont Temc- erancc Society hereby remind thooffiicersandthc members of the Society and the friends of Temner- nncecncralUMhroiichoiit the stqlr.tlnt tho annual mritingstaniU adjourned to the 2d WrdncfiJay the tuui Uay or January next at Rutland. The so ciety will bo called to order nt 10 o'cleck. A. M. .. ... . . ana tno proceoiings will occupy, it is expected, both Wednesday and Thursday. Friends of tern- perancciroin other btalcs. whoucsire to attend, are respectiuiiy invited to appear and hand in their names. in ine name oi that crcat body whose orirons we are, and with tho urgency which iscallKlfor by tho moral exigencies of our commonwealth, the mand in Hoston. Larco aalea wcro made last week. iJJrcMCil by the coinmisnoncra to tlio Holders oi aruj ,ie )oci. on ian,i j, sail l0 bo vcry smli. : nois siock : " e may form aomo idea of the inlluencc the r-nfUtion ot tne canal will nave in raising me 'ii nfnrnnrrU' in Illinni. bv reference to the '.lnri nf itin 1. ri fnnnl Mlirt thrift .-mill tvtll .mt.f.lrl in 1 RQ.r,. The'nmo.mt of taxable nron.lboy w drowned, while tho ' . . i. i r . .t . y in tho State at that timo va 9203, 127,3 10. 1 wunom ossisiancc. h 1P35, it was 8528,570,37'J. Increase in ten! rrars. KIGr.A 10.0311. The amount of taxable! ICTThe obituary notieo ofDea ICTA boy aged H, and Ills litilo sister, by tho name of January, in attempting to cross Otter Creek I about two miles below Vcrgcnns, fell in, and the littlo nitl extricated Hale and Dca ..... : r tt..... : icnr ..... p 'ijiciy III iliw 1.11 ui iiuu iuih in luwjj aa MOI 100,010, in 1835 is was 9218,273,703, nd the poptilatiori had increased from one liun. i(ed to three hundred thousand. From the fore- ing lads, wo draw tho following conclusion: " M That Illinois has mado a laudable effort j reduce her public debts; that sho has ofll-rcd i 1 that she has to her creditors ; that tho canal will give the bond holders the absolute and , l.s'urbcd po&srssion of nil tlio canal property .it 1 1 they nrc paid tho wliolo amount of the debt ; at the cannl property is ample ami sufficient be gad all doubt to pay the whole Amount of the canal debt. " '2. That the canal forms n vcry important "inncclion, nnd will bo the channel oran immense tiade when completed ; that it will yield a large tcrcnue , that it will grently enhance tho valuo the same direaro. Francis Mtrv Graneer. aiml A ... I ... ... .. J .. . V ' P. . yem, cnuurtn w iter, wuiard UhflJ, formerly of 1'iiisiora in inn aute. In Shrewsbury, on the 15th in . Fanny II wife of Air Dyer York. At NarwKh.Ct, Nr 14th, f Kailtl Jntt, SfUH OF VrrtMONTj F. n rtmtmbrel after an ill km of l. boufs, Charles Walker. DutiM of Fatihairn, if that at a Mnbn ge4 2 yrarsand 1 1 month altrt, N'gr 28d, of!co,,,t ten at CaMtaton whhm and for id !( inci on ine i.m hit oi icrrmifi, inu. l'icfnl, Almon Watntr, Jodce, Dtnlrl KnoVrr, JmlniUlor eT the rut nl ltl t. Ilatbfr, lt n 1'ouliftrr In said iluuicl, deceMd, In tine pftinonrd td eottrtin writing for lirenve ti? ell all the real rtal of U )erted, for trw pavment rf Ui debts of mid rtat and rlur- ge iifadinlnlitralloiii tllng fotih that lhd debt against ul ett and thct of i!mtnttttlkn and aitgnmetto th widow iolx fil.Ufl, td It?, 00nffernl prfperty to par the m. it uonterrd that the tinting and iltcMIng fin ald petition la at a flun of fit rouit to rt bnf t'en at the I'robatt otTictj in Oauletnn, on tb M day of January next,, and that notice ihnrofba given to all pron ln!ereted by publishing ilil mder thieo weeV auccroWtlt, previous to al( time of hcarlnp. In tho Rutland Herald, a new 'pa per printed! Kntland. A true copy ofrrionl, CO 53 H. F. 1.AXODOS', flegtater. ICTDry Wood, Butler, cS:e, TTrANTKD inptyment for th Herald, ifdeliv T T cred toon. Colvcr will be found upon our first page. For the Herald, TItOY CONFERENCE ACADEMY. The recent effort to place this fino Institution be ynnd finanrial embarrassment, has been completely successful. It is now left free to prosecute the praiseworthy ohjecis whirls it contemplates, untram meiieii. its ineiiities lor Imparting Instruction arc not surpassed by those of any academy in the State Its board of Imtiuctinn is full, comprising teachers in tho ftnvcral departments, whose names and pro fessional ability are already favorably known to tho public; ;hcy are tho following: Rev. J. T. P eck, A. M., Principal and Teacher of Moral Science and Relies Lctlros; Rev. G. R. Cone, A. M., Teacher ofp.opcrty of the state, nnd incrense the nbility of of Ancient Languages and Literature; Rev. John . 1 . ...... i . " i i it n , rii.ti . '. ti tllC Citizens 10 pay tlltir (ICOlS, ami give increases , t"iiin", n. ;i., i earner ui m.iniriiiaiir; Hey. i.. iccuiity to the creditors. I Wcnlwnrih, 'A. M. Teacher of Natural Srienee; "'3 That the ability of the State to pay her! Professor William Pease, Toarber of Music. Mr. icbt depends greatly upon the completion of the j W. P. Graves, Teacher of English; Miss A. W. canal , that without immediate aid, her untimslied .Wrialit Preeentrcss and Teacher of French and canal will be going to decay ; that her unpaid ' interest will bo swelling the amount of her debt,! and her cilizrns disbenitrncd and discouraged. j "! That if the bondholders will now coinplcto ilie canal, it will make the canal property availa ble, provide for the payment of tho canal debt, and Icavo tho remainder of the State debt (only about 8l,000,000)within the ability of the citizens to pay the interest, which they will cheerfully do, and thus restore their credit nnd inspire confi dence, nnd givo a noble example to the other in debted Slates. " Wu therefore appeal to the creditors of tho t!ato to aid her now in her efforts lo oxtricate her self from the embarrassments. We ask the hold ers of the real estate in Illinois, whoso interests aro to he so much benefitted by this arrangement, to lend us their influence. Wo call upon the cap italists and merchants of this city, to know if they had not learned from the history of the Erie canal that their capital, and their business nnd trade, will bo greatly increased by opening n channel through which tho immense trade ol the Missis sippi valley will flow dirrctly to this city, and if they arc not willing to give their suppoiito mea iiircs calculated to effect their interests so materi ally. v- "tlf the present canal law goes into effect, tho following will bo the condition of the state debt : Ry the settlement with the banks, the debt reduced 3, 100,000 Ryealo nf internal improvement prop- etty, debt reduced 1,720,000 Bv settlement with Mac Allistcr and 'Stebbinf, debt reduced 000,000 By provisions of the canal law, debt i educed 5,000,000 810,420,000 '"Thisdecucted from tho original nmount of Suite debt, 814,407,171,91. leaves only8,077,. 471.94, on which the people can pay the interest by taxation.' " Ornamental Brandies. Wo believe this to be as complete and competent a faculty as can be found in any Academy in tho Union, and tho attention of thoso who havo children to educate is invited to this concern, which is a credit to our country and State. Wo aro informed that there is lo bo a four ictel' vacation at the ond of the present quarter, in order to accommodate the young men who teach during tho winter. This will put tho commencement of the Spring Term two ictehs lattr than the Catalogue states. The winter vacation commences on Thursday, 18th Jan. next, continues four, weeks, and tlio first day of lite ensuing session will be Thursday Feb, 15th. Commending this institution to the patrons of your interesting journal, Mr Editor, wo subscribe ourselves, to tlio cause of education, its promoters, and yourself, a constant Well Wishkr. For the Herald, Mr. Editor: A County Musical Convention was, a lone: timo aco. appointed at Pittsford, on the 0th anJ 10th of January next; and accordingly, a large number have made arrangements to attend it at that timo. There has subsequently been a State Tem perance Convention called at Rutland, on the lOlli and 11th of January. And I am informed that tlio ommitteo who called the Musical Convention think of adjourning tho meeting, because, forsooth they aro afraid tbe Musical Convention may inter fera with the Temnerance Convention. Now I think, sir. inasmuch as the Afusical Convention was appointed some time previous to the Temper anco Convention, that if either is to be adjourned, it should bo the ono last called, and not tho one ap mil nl riI a lon-r timo nrevious: and to which a little regard might have been paid, if the two could not gu on together. However, I think there is no possiblo need postponing either, since the Musical Convention can adjourn on the 10th at noon; which will give one and a half days to attend the Temperance L.on vention. Two tUngs I think are certain; the first is, that if tho Musical-Convention is adjourned will be very much againtttho wishc of a large ma ciettrt to appear at this meeting, -y r rft- c3, i iiitu is IL.I5UN to icar inai Mel vi eni pe ranee taiwe.in'large sections of RiFiimc.lHtwing ground that the use of intoxicating drink is increa sing the reformed persons ore becoming ngain en snared tn habits of intoxication that pledged men nrc iiiinnir irom their steadfastness, end that rumscIlors,evrn without n license, nrc maintaining their traffic with increased hardihood and nudnci- The Central committee havo faileil-olthough not for want of attention nnd effort to obtain a State Agent. The obstacle is that tho Committee are entirely without pecuniary mcnns,& can offer only presumptive evidence and that not of the strong est kind that the county or town Societies will readily sustain n Slate agency ond its necessary co ordinate cxnrnscs. We specifically supcest, there fore, nnd call tho attention of the President of tho townSocitties (sinco theirs is pccuhai ly tho rcspon sibilityijtolhcsutrffestion: that every dclecratc come prepared lo answer, by authority, the question what your Society or town will do to support n general system of tcmpcranco operation. Fi'llnw-citizcnSj circumstances call on you lo do-tcrmine-and nt this annual meeting tho qucstion,it would sccin,inust bo settled, whether or no Ver mont shall take a decided and self-sustaining stand, with respect to general nnd united Temperance op eration whether our Stato organization, strong nnd complete as it is, shall exist to make itself practically jell, or only n man of straw that does not fright tho civil dram-dealer from his prey. 1-iCt ns count tho cost before wo decide. Lvery month of supincness and inactivity occasions td our community losses fiscal, social and moral, omm immense, incalculable, irredeemable; while in enure year of the most nctive nnd beneficial labor would cost fen eerii lo each pledged indi vidual in the Stale. One thine: more. It was made, at the last annual mcctinjr, the duty of tho Central Committee to fdrwnrd to the different societies, blanks for stat istical returns, such as the number, in each town, of drnrnsellprs, of temperance men, ifcc &c. These blanks the Committee have forwarded lo the Pres idents of the Society. The forms sent will contain oil necessary furtner information. Aitenfibn to this matter is of great ond instant importance. l)y order of the (Jommutcc, An. C. Twinino, Chairman, Middlcbury, Dec. Cth, 1813. Ituilnttt! Tire Snclcly The member of the Rutland Fife Society ate notified that the annual mrcllng nf the iociet'r for the choice nf officer fot the year entiling, will be held at the Court House, on the first Teday, the 2d day of January next, at 0. P. M. F.tlratt from the fy-yric. Tho roll of member shall bn rallrd in thlity minute from the time d. tignatcd any meeilnp, and every member then abnl, lnll p'r a fino of tweniy-fivo centa Tho Engine CoiPbany will tike notice that, ac cording to the by-Ian of the Society, thclt annu al meeting for the clmlce nf officers, la lo be held at the t'outt llnuie on tho lat Tuesday, the 20ih InM, at (1 o'clock. P. M. And tho Enai.te Committer and Clerk are teouired to make rrnoits at the above meeting of the Socieiv. F.'W. HOPKINS, SectcUry. Rutland, Dec. IS, 1813. Bank of Rutland. THE stockholder of the Rank of Rutland are no tified that their annual mooting, for the election ofDircctors, will be held at their banking house in Rutland, on the lecond Tuesday of January next, at one o'clockVaficrnoon. " W. PAUH, Oi"Wf Ilutland, Dec. 11, 1813. 61:1 trnitmbrtrd 'i'l'iiMtci'N' Notice. ALL persons indebted to the town of Rutland for loam of the United Slates Drpnsito .Money, aro particularly notified that the mmo mutt bo promptly paid on tho firit day of January next. And the tamo will bo re-loanod on that day. I.utiikr Damim., ) Moses Watkin, Trujtce. Rnar.RT Pikrpoint, ) Rutland, December 18, 1813. 51:3 "WE tho subscribers being appointed by tlio Hnr, TT Probate Court fur tho district of Rutland, commissioners to receive, examine and adjuntnlil claims and demands of all persons against the cstata of ! Adonijah Furd, late of Ilutland, in said district, deceased, represented insolvent, nnd also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, ond six months from the llli day of Dec. inst., being allowed by said coutt for that purposo, wo do therefore horoby givo notice tiiat wo will at tend to tlio business of our said appointment nt Sa lomo Ford's in Rutland, on the third Saturdays of February and Af.iy noxt, from nine o'clock, a. m ntil 4 o cluck p. m. on each ol saiu days. Azou Dikemin, Amasa Pooi.rr, Com r. Rutland. December 18, 1843. 51:1 BANK RODHERIES. The Providence (R. I.) Journal says, the County Rink near Lime Rock in Sroithfield, was entered by fle lev on Monday night, and robbed of.$8500, mAti1 in I. ill. nt that Ttank. and about 81100 in ,M .it,.,. n .!rucrln tho vault, contain-i Jority of those who would atlend It; and Cd. that lag about 3.000, was not opened. All the lock of, large number of thocwho have made arrangements ih, t,v i,i in h t,Uin and common-not very : to atlend on tho 0th and lOih of January, will be we'd calculated to aland the mquisitive Inspection of j found missing if it i postponed to any fued.y. we Mgi.i iingarca gemry oi iuc3 nine The officers or the Hank have recently dUcover ed lliat a large amount of bills of different denomi r.ition. net filed cut, were also taken. A reward of S1000 is offcied fur the apprehen sion of ibe robbers and recovery of the money. An attemnt wa mide lo break open the Farmera . - J , I i ,. , n !. wtr. anrt ' tn: u .'iccuinic siana; ai nuwii'j,'"", - --- the villain cot hii labor for his mins. He bored a fXS-HoN. Freeman Mobse, the whig can didate for Congress, from Lincoln and Oxford district, Maine, is elected by a majority of 13 votes. 7Wr,ii ot IIj'i. ttarktr liurnell. On tho Fib, r the remains Hon. Barker Burncll, late Rep resentative in Congress Irom amucri, i.. r.-m vmk which conveyed them home, Lol ihmnnl, ih oni.in ilonr. and nrird out the! ... j ,i,:r nfnri of final rest. On the .""& ...w , i aim tuiiivu w i"--" - l.i iii fr..ini I, rnoU on no further, not .t, film rrtl to the harbor of riantuctc- be.ag prepared with Ay eftU rt;ht hnJ be vu!u He cave ft un a a wild-coose nd decamped with a few articles ofttitling E?Mr. Jonathan Wheeler of Grafton Mass. com- WUM suicide by hanging t,tmeii in u SJ. - ; . fa , of NaDtucktt. Situ, 1... ir ti. lenreicnted as bcinz a very i bo lurgotien oy iuu kvV rfpetible man, having letiied from busioet wills very haadwme property, nd wa about eighty yeans ol age. He had no children, and no cause i ten why be ibould 'bus terminate hi earthly exigence. to enter , e, the American Flag was displayed at half matt elme, by all the shipping ntlhc wnan w, anu nn . .-ii -ii ,, BU!reii(.-u: mo DISTRESSING CASUALTY. On the morning of tho 30th ult., James aged 10, nnd John aged 7 years, sons of Matthew Maguirc of Newport Vt., went out upon the iro of Lake Mempliremagog, it being the first time tho lco had formed. They went a short dintancc, and on ro turning, the eldest broke through, followed by the second (James.) Tho eldest succeeded in getting out, and in the mean lime tlio youngest (John) broko throbch in Irvine to assist James. The alarm was then giren and tho mother of the boys and a sister aged 11 years, came to their assistance, when tlio mother fell in, and was in the water half ar. hour hanging upon the ice, before her oldest son and the young daughtci could get her out. In the mean timo James and John were drowned the latter having floated until the mother was rescued, when he sunk from exhaustion. Stim. AuoTHfea. A gentleman ofWiHsborough Essex Co., N. Y., writes us that un tho morning of the 30th ult. (the same day on which the above re latcd casualty occurred,) Mr m. Goodwin, for rnerly of Waterbury, Vl, with bis eldest son, aged about 15, crossed Long Pond to work for a neigh bor. At night, on their return, llicv broko tbrougl the ice, and although their cries of distress were heard, none could reach the spot until loo lalo lo rcicuc them. Tho bodies were recovered sho next day. Mr Goodwin is said tj havo been an induatii ou. worthy and highly respected citizen. He left a wife and six children. Vt. Watchman. Fiat. On Saturday latt, tho carding woik of of Mr Joseph Slayton of Calais, with the machinery, clothing, account books, Arc, were entirely destroy cd by firo. Vt Watchman. - Heavy .Mail Robbery. Tho great mail ofj Wednesday nnd J hutsday, from 'Albjny to New York, was sto'en from the stage office, nt Hudson on Friday morning, rifled of its contents and thrown into tno river. It was fished up the next morning, and drafts and cash to tho smoinl of nearly 830,000 were missing. The robber has been discovered and is now in custody. His name is Hough, ond has been in tbe employment of the Contracted for several years. TV t,lTilrT"!"lr j3twihk tar -r z. -iLi ..UJa7S.'SS.."asrJ7Ta MAiimnt In Clarendon on the 12th inst. by tho Rev. .Mr. Giddings, Calvin Crossman Esq., to Mies Abagail C. Piatt. A liberal shco of tho bridal loaf accompanied the above which our little imp tayt, itflrit rate. STATE OF VERMONT.) UK It rtr DUtriit f Rutland, . ( ,J lhat at a rerll probate roust lld at Ilutland within ahd for ald dlatikt.onthe 13thdv ofNotembc'r, A. t. IBI3. t'rconl, Win. Ilall, Jinlga. Iaae Wheaton.adminiMtatnr upon the eatita of Hnlua Wheaton late nf Pitufnrd In ld dUfrld, drceaied, IntestMr, prnpolng to rentier an account of hi i.iid ndiiilnittratton) It i ordered that said account U referred fot ex' amlnallon nnd allowance to tbe first Mondat btlnti the day of January nest, and that a copv of thl order bo published tbieo week uccr slvcly prcviou.i thereto, in the Rutland Ilefald, a newpa per printed at Ilutland, lhai all cron Interested mar appear and object to Ibo ame if tliey see caosei .A..lrue,cPiiy of record. wist mrrftr-rf.tt.T.,7iVsratrr STATE OF VERMONT, ( 1E It rem7mKcfef District of Ilutland, . (D that at a mint probate court held at Rutland, within and for ah( diatrict, on the Ith day of December A. D. 1R13 Presoni, Wm. 1111, Juiljc. Samuel H. Kellogg, adinfnltralor of the rataio1 of Hillings Alwood, late of Chittenden in naid dis trict, deceased, Inteatatc, having ptesrntnd a peti tion to aaid court for liccnae to sell all the real r- late of aaid de'e.iscd, consiillng of one tract of land of cloven acro, idtuated in said Chittenden, nnd three equal und'vided fourth patls of iho rcreralnir of tho dower of lUcliacl llanrrofl, alao silunted in Chiitenden, except tho widow' dower ibeieln, In cluding the levcmion Ihcicof, rcpicenting that tlio nalo thereof Is nccc&sary for (ho payment of debt nnd oipcnscs of adimnUlrntiort ; It is ordered that said application ba referred for bearing nnd derision to tflb fit at Monday being the 4th d.sy of January next, and that a copt of this or der be published threo week successively previous thereto in the Rutland Herald, a newnpaper piloted at Rutland, thnt all persona Interested ma,y appear and give bond for the payment of the debts, or oth erwise objftct to the same if ihGy aco cause. A true copy of iccotd, 10.51 HENRY HALL. Regiater. Farm for Sale. THo subsciibcr offers for ilo his farm, contain inn about -100 acres of land, situated in tho north part of Shrewsbury, lying on the county road leading fioin Woodstock' to Rutland. Said faim lias on it a good dwelling house, threo barns and other coovenient out buildings, and ia woll suppli ed with water. Tho stock, farming tools ,Jc. would lso be sold if tlio purchaser should want. A small farm would be received in part pay, and tho other payments mado easy. Uril saiu larm is not sum u win oc io ici. THOMAS KNIGHTS. Shrewsbury, Dec. 0, 1813. 60.03 BARUETT & (JO. havo on hand ono apauld ing' Improved Yankee Notion Cooking b'lovo which has been in use a short timo and will be sold cheap, Incxchango for wood or btlier produce. Hutiana, tree. i, ivvj. oinoj Axes. HANNUM'S Supctior Cast Steel Axos on Iu'ml and for sale by BARRETT & CO. Rutland, Doc. 12,1813. 60:52 STATE OF VERMONT, ) "RE it remembered District of Rutland, as. S " that at a special probate court held at Rutland within and Tor said district on I tie utu uay ui jjcccmncr, a. ij. ibij. Present. Wm. Hall. Judco. Amos Uucklhl. administrator Of the estate ofJo- scph Hagar, lateof Wallinglord In Satd district, dc ceased, intestate having mado applicatioo lo said court for licenso to sell all the real ertale or said de ceased, consisting dfono parcel or tract of land, con . . . . i : . r.l li:f...i I latntiig ten acres, siiuaicu in saiu ainuKiuiu, nu tho equity of redemotion in tho liomo farm of safd deceased, contain!! about 100 acics, except Ibo wid ow's doner therein, including a reversiun thereof, for the nurposo of paving the dents against eato es tato and charges of administration; It ordereil tiiat said aptilicalion be referred for hearing and decision to tlio first Monday, being the 1st day of January next, and that a copy ol this order be published llnee weeks successively, previ- ou thereto, in the Rutland Herald, a newspaper printed at Rutland, that all persons interested may appear and give bonds for tho payment oflho debts, or otherwise object to the aamo if they see cause. A tiuo copy of record, 60:52 HENRY HALL, Register. great Farm for Sale at a Bargain. rtt HE subscriber i anxious to dispose of bis A farm, pleasantly aituatcd In Casileton, half a mile cast olCastleton Mill, on tho main road to Whitehall, containing 3 1 acre of upland ani five acres of the best meadow on Cajtleton River. The l.tiil.lirntt .nnl!at of n npiv dwellinrr house 21 bv 3f, Story and a half high all finished and painted, a woodhouso with work room, thiee barns with sheli.a new carpenter's ahop 20 by 2f, and all ne ccssary out buildings. Safd farm Is well watered and fenced, In a auitable supply of wood an( tfin ber, and has five acre ol winter grain on tho ground. Possession given tho firat of April next. For further paiticular enquire oflho ubcriber on ,1'0pren,UN' JOEL H.LOWE. Castleton, Dee. 10, 1813. 60:1 Fur and Cloth dps. IIT latest A'eie York Style.Ol UURT .fc MASON havo just received from" New York an additional upny of those splendfd fur trimmed Gcraid rlotb Caps, (or men and boys.-a Also fine seal and musltrat cap. AI.SU. A few spfendid black muffs. Rutland, Nov. 20, 1613. 48:51 Farms for Sale. THE subscriber offers for salo a pleasant situa tion, with 25 acres of land, in the south vil lage of this town AUo a falm of 100 acres, fli'iee' fouilh of a mile west ofaald village, and five miles oast of the Canul; good gras land, well supplied with wood and water under good improvement will bo sold voiy rcaSima'Dfe payments made easy, a'nd immediate losscssfon gfven.. 47:7 . Re.-ijutiir Hvnc. HartforJ, Washington Co. N. Y., Nov. 15, 18 JOHN COOK & CO." RESPECTFULLY Inform the public that they manufacture nnd keep on hand all kinds of Hats and Caps, of the latest stylo and bet quality, which they offer for sale at very low piic'e furcaah or most kinds of country prnduco. AUo wanted nil kinds of halting and shipping Fur a, Sheep and Lambs pelts, &c. fn cxcluiuge for the above. They havo also on hand an assortment of first rate Ruffjlo Robes, whlih they will sell very cheap' fur canli. Rutland, Nov. 13. 1813. 4fl:tf Removal. THE subscriber take this method to infoim Ids' customers that he has removed hi Shop to Ihn building ono door east of H. Wcatovcr'a Hotel I where lie intends the manufacture of all kind of j boots and shoe, eXpicksly for eustomeis; Ho liai on bind a supply of first ralo stock, front which ho uelievcb hlmselt aide lo produce an article that will give enltio satisfaction, and he h ennfident that customers who examine and try Ids woik, will have no difficulty In perceiving the great superiori ty of good thorough custom woik oer tbe cheap trash, made only to sell.rommonly called 'sale woik.' In order lo accommodate lit customers to make payment thase hard times, if they will pay one half rash, he will take wood, oats, corn, butter, cheese, &c, for the remainder. Customer r invited id call. ALV1N LOVELANI). 1813. 30 tf Castleton, Sept. Probate Notice. riHE Probate Court wiihfn and for the Dlstilcf JL of Ilutland w 111 hold It stated sraxlons during the eniuini? ycqr on the first Monday of each montlf e iJourt linuse. J5ank of Pdultncy. TIIEtockholdctoftbe Bank ofl'onllney are nmifwdihat the annual election of Director will be bold at the banking bouse in Poultney at 10 o'clock a. m., on the econd 1 uedy H January next. 52 Dee. 4, 1843. at Henry Hall'j office in the' Rutland, Dec. 1, 1813. War. HALL, Judge, 49 51 s ores were closed, nnd remained c osed inrougn the da v. A solemn feeling pervaded the whole ll It waist Krno which ' j Senator Mitt, of Connecticut, who has for a Ion time been confined in the Asylum at Uuca, is rapidly recovering from his illnca, and toon be in his place at Washington. will "VfTEtho .ubscribcrf. being appointed bribe Hon TT Probate Court for the district of Falrhaven corntnissloner to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demand of all person agiinuthee.late of I Ktttihen Paul, late of Iff. j)X3D. " i in said district, deceMed,reprented inrolvent, and In Well., on tbe 1st inst., affcr a painful illne, also all claim, and dein.nds exhibited in offt tr Jn. xr ea"75 VD.r. He wa a native thereto, and alt tenth from the Lib d.y of , Con.... but removed to Well, more ' Oct. 1813. being. Ilowed by fata court or na lhan fiftv tear aco, when t iat rrglon wa nut very yunf !igh ly mmW. H .ust.Ined through life the we will attend to the buslne.i of our Wjyjto c aVaeVof at Ut d"llln?. ,"f , ill " . ! SuSLVim,tia hit toyman, with re- In rlllJj' marks of ronGdenco and esteem and hi flpniiwii, ihk - v Notice. rpslin nM5ber U urJr ,K ,Snin nressllr - of calling on those Indebted (o him to make Im mediate payment, a his dependence i on those In debted to biro. And he hopes hi dues may mine to him aa soon as convenient, and aave the disa grreablo necesalt) of a more liaah way ofcollertinf; as he owe money ani must pay. No mstte, ALANSON DYER. Rutlnd,Nov. C8. IB43. 4.61 Notice. ril HIS may certify that I have giren my on, JL Ciiailr Freeman, a minor; hi lim until bv become of lawful age, and I ahsll rlaitr. norm eC id wage nor pay any new oi in ron'racllna aliei. this date. FREDERICK FREEMAN' Pittsford, Dec. S, 1813. nated n ulll ton? and deenlr mourned bv an attarh ed circle, who best knew hi eenerou, and manly qualities, and the stern integrity of bis heart and life. rirh at said dlv. ionn RsaoxM. WtT Cr-eMon, Com'r. Well, Dec. I, 16 13 603 Linseed Oil. rplIESubrriber , now mnuf.rrjrins si b'a. 3: Oil Mill, Pr,c Liksd Oir. of th r5fsi qu.li. ty which hesl'.i constanlly keep uhjj, '.for silo ataf.lrpil'.o. EstMtxa Liaopon. Ca.ttfcton, Dee. lg.B3. M M Notice.- ALL note and account, don tboberfbrr must be tifatoriiy arranged before the fir.t of January ISli to aave cost. E, U. 00811. eboioham, Nor. 17, 47 41