Newspaper Page Text
.! .. i r1.b!.lMnn nt I it fia i trnil tnr nt tniitttfV flf (IPcllTiO it. At JUS OtTUOn
oonrrrcnumi um-u nines we vcnr-r-ui iiiioiuiP " .- , fct-. ,j'i ,
tester, and in midsummer. Seldom decs nny per- Such Icltcrs s hould contain only, am rt ate .solely o
,in contribute inoro limn one dollar each time t hut
tho two-thirds: of the. people hardly offer more than fif
ty cents each, and several offer not even so much.
The pastor who has thus excluded from his church tho
selling of pews and all compulsory dues and stipends
and who has thrown himself during Vhcse eleven
years upon thefiec will donations of the fnitliful finds
himself well and cotnfortahly supported so well that
lie was enabled to purchase, with his savings on tlio
Iturlmgton mission the heaulifnl lot upon which
the church is limit for six hundred nnd fifty dollars
and to contribute also from his savings one thousnnd
dollars for erecting the edifice, lie liassooctcd from
the firm conviction that whn'evrr savings the pnest
of God makes over nnd above his own decent sup
port is the patrimony or Christ, to bo rctprctl unto
him cither in feedi tghim in the person or the poor.
Sta.t. XX, 40 "Amen 1 say to you m long ns you
did it to imc ot ihc.c my lost breihercn, you did it
unto me," or in crcctini: a hotie to hisholy name, and
that it is but open s-icrilogo to squander it.
the transmission of money fiom individual subsciibcrs
to publishers nf newspapers, and not tho collections
of agents or others and they Bhould not cover cor-
Hcyarding t lie nbusc in question, m ro-
sulling from want of correct information ns
to tlio provisions of the law, it is to bo pre
sumed that tlio general circulation of infor
mation cn the subject will bo sufficient to
ensure its correction ; and wo would suggest
to our brethcren of tho press tho propriety
of making it tho subjoct of a paragraph.
The policy of our government has always
been characterized, with liberality toward
tho newspaper press, in granting free ex
changes, and the general circulation of pa
pers, through the mail, and it is but a duty
the press owes to this branch of tho public
service to aid in rescuing it from unmerited
DEATH OF DOCT. MOODY.
It becomes our painful duty to announce
the sudden and untimely death of our worthy
and much respected townsman, Doctor
'in reference to this subject. Comparative- I IsOHErt .uoody, which occurred on lilon-
iv foil- nre nwnrn tirrlini.s Hint anv uriliiirr I '"' morning last. 1 lie Circumsl.mcrs, as
whatever upon the mnricin of a newspaper wo llavo gathered them, are these. Ho had
beyond the bare name and residence oflhc l)ccn the residence of his brother-in-law,
Person to whom it is sent, is a naliiiiblu viola- nt Colchester, and was returning home alone
i I i
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBlilt, 22,1 841.
WRITING ON NEWSPAPERS.
We arc pursuaded that much misapprchen
aion exists in the community as to the rights of
'individuals and the rules of the Department
'tion of the post office law, subjecting the
paper lo the payment ol'lettor postage and
'the writer to a penally of five dolars, for
'every offence. So common lias tho prac
tice become however, as seriously to affect
the revenue of the department, and call for
n prompt correction. Perhaps one half the
packages that pass through the post office
arc composed of single newspapers, enclosed
by individuals, and addressed to fiiends
abroad ; and it is found on investigation that
n majority of these enclosures are only a
substitute for letters, and resorted to to avoid
the payment of postage. These endorse
ments cover the whole range of correspon
dence, from the brief announcement, "all
well," tip to the details of busincs, and even
tender .protestations of ore; while it not un
frequently occurs that a newspaper is merely
made tho cover for one or more scaled let
ters. These abuses have led the department
to direct the particular attention of Post
Masters to this subject, and in several instan
ces prosecutions have recently been ordered
It is not, however, the policy of the depart
ment be iiidictivo in this matter, but to di
rect public attention to the law.and visit the
penally upon those cases of palpable fraud,
winch admit ol no misconstruction. And
in furtherance of this object, wc cannot, per
haps, do better than to publish tlio following
letter from the Jssistaul Post Master Gen
eral, in reply to a communication from the
Post Mastor at this place, accompanying a
newspaper package received at this office a
short time since, covering three Idlers liable
to postage, and on which there was an al
lusion to a previous similar fraud.
Pol OjJi:t Department Aprointntnt OJf.cr,
Washington, Aug. 20, ISIS. )
Toll. n. STACY, Ks.j. P.M.
Sm Tho Post Master General has submitted your
favor ti him of the 2llh inst., covering a newspaper
with certain enclosures, and inttiucls mc to express
his full assent n the licws you take of a most vexa
tious subject. From the numerous representations to
the Department vulh reference to cnchsuics within,
and unauthorised coinmunicnron through the medi
um of, newspapers, no doubt teninins of the very great
extent of ihe practice : and the uniform language of
the Post Masters leaves as little d-tubl of the abuse
and censure ihcy often receive for an honest and fair
Mtcmpt to perform tlnir duty by in-isting on the
penalty. A moic opt illustration of the nature and
effect of the practice alludedcd to, need not be souiht,
than is furnished by the ncswspaper received from
you, which enclosed un: scaled letter, and two other
folded but unsealed papers, each chargeable with Utter
Many of these attempts to evade the. law may have
their origin in an ignorance of its provisions and
jnight I e preventu) if it were more generally known
that no writing whatever, bojond the addiefs. nor
any communical on of intelligent c by means of dots,
iparks or enclosures, is p, nnittcd in a newspaper or
its wrapper, without subjecting tho person placing
vui'n paper in the PostOflice, to penalty of S3, and
the person receiving ft lo letter postage on such wrap
per or paper.
No considerate nan can withhold hrs approbation
of the most vigilant iml uniform watchfulness on the
pirt of the officers ehwged with lhat duty, in detect-1
ing, exposing nnd aiding to punish those who thus
endeavor to relieve UremMlvcs nntn t lie raiment of
a legal and charge for services rendered, by
locating the honest postage payers out of an equal
Post Masters act in this particular, under the sanc
tion of the tame oath, and the tamo principles of moral
rectitude, as govern the performance f any other
official duty : and it is confidently e.ipeetcd and be
lieved, that, disregarding the unreasonable anil (-elfish
reproaches to which they may subject them.elves,
their steady perseverance m compelling obedience to
the laws, will secure the npptcbation, not of this De
triment only, but of all right minded nnd good citi
zens. I am very respectfully,
Your ob't scrv't,
PH. C. FUr,U:R, 2d -I. I'. M. General.
Tn further illustration of the subject in
question, and to prevent nny misapprehen
sion, wo copy tho following from a recertt
circular instruction addressed to Pokt Mast
ers generally, pointing out their duties nnd
privileges, and explaining the rights of indi
"Tho wrapper of all ucwspipcrs, plnmphU'ts, atH
magazines, received for delivery, should be taken oil'.
J'raiida are very often attempted, by concealing letters
or memoranda in thesu artiedes. A wrapper louis no
part of tho paper or pamphlet t neither is postage paid
on it, and it n as much ihe duty of PosimasiLis to
take the wrappers from transient papers ami examine
them inrtfereneu lo frauds on tlio revenue as to asccr
tnin who' her letters be ftnglo or double, or whether
the postage be correctly charged. Nothing can be
nyjro unj.ist than to censure a Postmaster for vigilcnce
jnllus blanch of his duly."
"Il isa violation of law to enelofcor conceal a let
ter, or other thing, or any memorandum in writiing
jn any newspaper, pliatnplet, or nnga.ne, orin any
package thereof, or in makenny writing or memoran
dum thereon, an I deliver the saino into any Post
Office, or to any person for that purpose, in oider
that it may he carried by post, free of iiostazc: and
many attempts are Hindu to i vndo the payment of
legal postage, by I'oniinuniealing intelligence by
iTiennsufdots it marks, dcsignnlin" particular words
nnd letters contained In newspapers and phnmplfMs.
tn nil such casus iho newspaper, pamphlet, or mana-
7ine, should be charged with letter nonage j and if tlio
pcrhin to whom the paper or pamphlet is nridrctsol,
rifuws to pay Utter postage therrnn, you will iinmc-diati-lv
enclose the paper it Pamphlet to thepostmas-
fer from whse oftica it came, nnd rrp,ncst him to
profcute the person who plnccd it in his office, for
the penalty of five ileillors prescribed by law. See
section 30, act of Kr.
"A Postmaster m enclose money in a leitir tn
ihe publisher of a newspaper, lo pay the sibwription
(.fn third person, and frank the bilcr, if writim or
in his wagon late in the evening oftbe 17th
inst. Just ns ho reached the foot of the
sand hill near the Gill Brook, his horse stum
bled nnd fell, by which lie was thrown from
his wagon with great force upon the ground
He was enabled however lo disengage li is
horse from the vehicle, and succeeded i
reaching the hotiso of Mr. Baldwin, some
ten or twelve rods distant. Medical aid was
immediately called, and every aid offered
that the case admitted of, buto no avail.
He expired in about five hours' after tho ac
cident. On examination, it was found that
a blood vessel had been ruptured, and thai
his death resulted from internal bleeding.
Dr. Mood v was -10 years ot ace. Ho was
bred to the practice of medicine, which he
followed with good success for some years:
bit finally abandoned his profession and en
gaged tn inerclirndi.ing, to which bo has de
voted hitnsclfsucce'ssfiilly for the past six or
seven years. As a business man he was un
commonly accurate, and scrupolously punct
ual in his engagements. As a friend a
neighbor, and a fellow citizen, he had won
the confidence sind respect of all. During
the funeral service, which was attended on
Thursday, by a very large and respectable
concourse of citizens, ni()st of nur stores and
daces of business were closed, and the deep
gloom bis untimely exit lias cast over the
whi)lecomiiHinity, but truly speak, the esti
mation in which he was held by those who
could best appreciate his many virtues.
We devote a large spaco to the doings at
Montpelier. It will be seen lhat the whig
ascendency is complete and things are going
on smoothly. The election of state officers
seems to have been accomplished with great
unanimity, and the choice ofCol. Paint,
as Governor, is hailed with very general
satisfaction. His Message is a modest un
assuming state paper, presenting a clear
view of the important interests of tho state,
and urging them with much force upon the
consideration of the legislature. The im
portant subject of domestic industry is dwelt
upon at some length, and presented in a
strong and convincing light.
The election of judges of tho supreme
Court took place on Tuesday, and tlio old
board was re-elected. The County Con
ventions were to be held yesterday.
fanio, but was convicted of an infamy some
what foreign lo his purpose. Instead of
bathing his hands in tho blood of n"damn'd
Yankce'at Schlosscr.as ho tauntingly boast
ed, it is very clear that ho was a tenant of a
brothel at tho time of tho Carolina nlTair,
and in a condition to do no mortal man se
rious injury. Hut tho fellow has boon well
punished for his temerity. Ho has suffered
a thousand deaths during tho past year, from
the hourly apprehension that tho indignant
community he had wantonly insulted might
award him a prompter ministration than the
law pointed out. Hut it is worthy of note,
that the same populac.i which a few months
since denied the doctrine of 'bail for murder'
as applied to M'Lcod, now, that tho case
had been fairly investigated and the facts es
tablished, manifested the most perfect nc
qtlicsencc, and the acquitted culpit might
have taken "leg bail," at his own leisure,
without the least fear of niolcstion. Tho law
had taken its course, and all bowed in wil
ling acquiescence. But tho poor coward
dare not trust himself alone ; and instead of
going directly home, sneaked off in opposito
direction tinder tho protection of u sheriff,
and passed through Lake Cliamplnin on
Friday last on his way to Montreal. He goes
there however, not to he feasted and made
a lion of, but to -bo most heartily despised
by the great mass of the Canadian Commun
A correspondent, who signs himself" Ba
chelor," has sent us a communication on
the subject of " early marriages," in which
ho lays it down as a ruin that " matrimony
" should not bo contracted before the first
" year of tho fourth Septennial on the part
" of females, nor before the last year of
" the same in the caso of males," and says
ho could give a " great number of weighty
reasons," were this the proper place ! No
doubt. So could the fox who got his brush
caught in the steel trap, " adduce many
weighty reasons " why his brethren should
also doff that "most useless appendage 1 "
And he was probably about as successful in
tho argument, as this musty old Benedict
would bo in persuading a blooming Miss of
IS. who had cot the consent of " mama," to
wait till tho " fourth Septennial." But pray
what business has this "Bachelor to
thrust himself forward at this late day to
discuss tho propriety of early marriages
That don t concern him. JJts day lias gone
past ; and as ho now toasts his shins at
cheerless fireside, let him turn his thoughts
to the thiii"s that lie before him the chan
ces of his getting married at all, and thoal
most dead certainty that, if he docs, some
one will marry him for his money we take
it forirrantcd he is rich and whistle him
down the wind with all convenient despatch
There's food enough for reflection, without
troubling the young folks, and we most
unequivocally protest against his impertinent
interference. We go foreaily marriages, in
the abstract : and when wo cast a furtive
glance at the little Olympus loaf that rears
its frosted crest just at our elbow, and
then at tho meek " silver top, dove
brand,'' that modesty graces its side, wo
can hardly express our indignation nt this
insiduotts attack upon a custom so replote
with interesting reminiscences. Who ever
heard of an old bachelor's sending the prin
ter a bottle of nine, or a wedding loaf?
Out upon ye, you gouty old coot ! You
can have no quarters here. So bo off.
Shingles, for talc by
West Sidu Court IIous Srpisro,
20th October 1841.
QKH I" Cla Iteae'crt,
OUVJ COO 21 " "
7503.1 " "
Aud lor salo by
Oct. 22, 1811.
Pilsrimi Pncre-s. Fine Ed.
Lvcliire on Dramatic) Art and Literature, by W.
Bclilegcl, trolil Hie Uerinaa, by Johu HlacU,
Just received, nnd for sale by
22 Ocl. 1811.
PLAIN IJiblo, octavo, sheep,
" " " fcepoe,
" " " "Concordant!.,
Tine " " calf, gill,
" " " TurLey, do.
Just received, and for sale by
DA VIES l.egetla,
" ll l.e.vimi Algolrn,
Ju.t nwiied, ly
2M Oct. 1811.
In Pkxxsvi.vaxia tho Whigs have per
mitted their adversaries to cany the election
of Governor without any serious effort to
avert it. They however, turned out in suffi
cient numbers in Philadelphia to secure the
election of that sterling H'hig and gentleman
Jos. R. I.snunsoM,, to Congress, and their
In Nuw Jkrscv tho ll'hig parly has been
more Iruo to itself, although great apathy
was evinced in the canvass, and thev have
maintained their assendancy in tho Legis
lature bv electing a majority of members
in both branches.
We have but partial returns from Onto ;
but these go pretty conclusively to shew that
the whigs have suffered the election to go by
default, and wo shall bo disappointed if the
nut returns elo not give a loco majority in
both blanches of tho legislature. The
House was whig last year.
Tin- ll'irlinston 'final Al.,i,n...... K,,-i..it. .,!! m..,
,it the LV.irl-lIo.i-f, IhK ever.i.ip, al half-na-t ir
M air rr fi o dl
llv the Rev. Jor. O Cull.iiban. .Mr. Oliver fl men
Mi" M.iriMret ll.ileti, lirh of tin- tnii-it, also Mr.
Itern'ir.l rinniptn, 10 Ms .Vary Ticrney, loih nf
I'liirlicld ; al-ii .Mr. I.Viyis LnJ.ilA.., n Mi-, Victoria
La Claire, I nib Of til. Albans; al-n Mr. P.itrii li Car
roll, of St. .1 1 ifi n s I tin, In Miss llo-a llurncv, of
S ii'iin Inn : aUn .Mr. Jeremiah M'C.irthv. In I'nibenne
.S dlivan, widow, holh of St. All an' ; nl'ii .Mr, P.il-
ric'e HiK-iiev, in .ii i s .tuirv i.iniuiiiiiaiii, i etn i.i
airlield: aNn Mr. JjIivim lailnev. In Mi F. inira
Plnnli', both nf this ti.wu : al-n, 'ty the sumt. Mr.
Lewis sitven to Ji Pauline Vu Ku-licn, I e.ih of
In New Ye.rl;, on Tue-d.n-mornine. the 12 h inU
I y ihe Rev. J. A. Spooncr,' Samuel lirtvl; liotwicl.,
ni' Veriiiont, to Mi-s Harriet It., daughter el Col. J.
I), ivcitui, hi inai euy.
hv limisill but if Ihe leler be ruined bvanoih
Vr.erson th Pominsjter cannot frank it. (lul thin
V jpjvicf not rrrpiirtii of him. and ht may perform
Tlio trial nf M'Lcod terminated on Tues
day, in a verdict of not guilty. This result
seems to render it unnecessary fonts at this
late day to give in detail the testimony sub
mitted on the defence. It is sufficient to siy
lhat tho evidence fully sustained ihe "state
ment" of tho caso submitted by Mr. Spcn
ccr in his opening speech, and published in
our paper of last week. It was proved be
yond tho shadow of a doubt that M'Lcod
was not on board the Caroline ; nor was ho
in the neighborhood of tho affair at the
xMr. Jenkins closed his summing up for tho
prosecution at 9 o'clock on Monday evening
Tho attorney General followed in an ar
gumcnt on tho National considerations in
terposcd, and in support of the proposition
(hat tho killing ofDinfcu was not a murder.
Tho court then adjourned. On Tuesday
morning, ho resumed, and spoko four hours
and a half in review ol tho testimony nddu
ecu on mc trial, anil auiv sustaining uicnros
ocution. When he closed, tho court took
recess fur dinner. It two o'clock, Judgi
Gridley commenced his charge, nnd did not
conclude) till four. Tlio Jury then retired
and after an nbsonce of thirty minutes, re
turned with a verdict of Not guilty.
Thus ends this vexatious affair. Tho
subject is almost forgotten, and the hero of
tlio talc will bo remembered only as tlio
empty brarradociof n-ho avowed a crime for
Memoir of Father Mathew
My Son's nwu Hook
yimd.iy scliool teachers Companion
Mecha'.ic's own Hook
Lives of eminent Mechanic)
lirownell's Commentary on the Hook of Com.
inon Prayer, Just ree'd by
NEW ARRIVAL. I NTEW COG&S.
A FULL and complete n.soriment e.f f)c Lnines -p DOOL1TTLI! has l ist received his Fall eup
Cbcnc. sanii Mripe and p ain, Printed Saxony, 1 , ply of Goods, consntinc of nil the Variety of
double aud.inirle', Alpine,a sjilendidaruolo forcloaks )jnY a0er,s, I)n? OhoccntEn, Ac, usually called for,
nnd drcsvcf, plain and figured; Merino, ivoriled, plaid
einu worsiin ,-sirge lor coat linings, tc. etc. ai me
ficw Cash store. (Oct. 12.) J. P. WHALING & Co.
lLOTHS ! ! Jt oiieticJ. a irnneral asorincnt of
VUroad Cloths. Cfisniirsn.. Mtnnetls nnd Vesiinirs
cheaper than vtr althe Cah store on I'lic.ipsMc.
uci, u, J. I. w tlAlilmi c uo.
JlWaddins, Wickine. Cotlnii Yarn. Cotton Finn-
nel, etc. cheap, at (Oct. lit) J. P. WEALING ti Cei.
1 HOC Kill KS. A large nnd sup. assortment of
v- ii-.is, nuirars, io iee, nice', mi os.e. aim many
other ncevstary articles, lower iban usual fereanh,
UCI, I t. )YllAlil.U If
QILLS.-100 bunche, of Quill for sale I y
Ost. C. GOODRICH.
JLA'lbr sale by
Enolisli Uraivlni Pencils
uci. i4. u. uinjniun.
which he will sell for the very lowest f mess.
iiurungton, acpi. sv, 1311.
At Hie New Cash Store.
Wo are now onenin;? a New and SpLnsDin nssnrf.
ment of Goods jut selected with rvferenco to the
wants of lbs Peonlc. consisting of
I' tcnch J B" l law .Miawn
F.nglish fe Paimt. , Dress H'd'ks
American ) I Silk Shawls
Ilomhazincs Merino do.
Alpines Uroche elo.
Mcriuoes Italian Cravats
M. D. I.aines (Fash'blo) Flajg H'd'ks
Silks of every stylo I
A new and comn'etn assortment of Droad'Clolh?,
Cnsiimercsnnd Sallinetts, und Vestintjs, Fhinnels&c.
ery nualitv, s carp, jrolasw , to cc, ac. ttc, an ol
which will bo sold very low for Cu.
J.s. I', iv ll.u.l.Nij ipuo;
PUnLIC NOTICF. is hereby given, that the fob
lowing ipjods, wares nnd merchandi2e, Condem'
tied in the Hon. District Court oflhc U. S. for Ver
mont Distrn t, Oct. Term, IS II, will' bo sold at pub.
lie AUCTION, at tho Custom.Itoiui' in llurlinirlon.
in said District, on thcGth da'yof Noiembcr next, to
tho highest bidder. Salo to commence, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. To wit: 1 over-coat, t frock-coat, 3 vests,
2 pair panialoons, 1 pair coarse pantaloons, 1 pair of
eirawcrs, u siik aim cotton handkerchiefs, 1 orusli, 1
ua r susoenoers. i razors, l monov.nurso. i wnie n-
chain, 3knii'CH, 4 doz. buttons, 1 fur cap, I boa, 2
skins aud 1 trunk. .
Also. 31 yds Petersham cloth. 6 yds of broad-cloth.
11 ydsol broad-rloth, Cj yds of ke'lscy-eloth, 23yds
couon vcsiinp, 4) vus oi cotton conl, i patterns mus
lin de laine, ! frock-coats, 5 pairs pantnlonns, Bother
pairs pantaioono, o vests, o vepts, l siller watclief,
! doz. two bladed knives. h doz. dnffsrer knivo-. 1
doz.seissors, 1 silk diess, 17 j ydss.lk, 'i yds sik, 30
yus siik, isnawis, y muslin dresses, is muslin dres
scs, 1 muslin dc laiuc eltc'sscs, 1 crape shawl, and 1
Given under my hand at Bradford, this 12th day of
Uct., 1SU. Wm. liAURO.N, .Marshal.
QC CASHS Knalish nnd American Pntft3,
ZAJ 1 " lilpeched Sbeetincp,
1 " Col'd Cambrics,
1 " Apron Cliccl-s,
Juno 1st, IS41. just received by
VILAS, LOOM1S a. CO.
IMDIAV I'IflHlATIVR riM.S,
MANL'FAt'TUItl I) under tho niiinoha'r iipfH
'en 'eneeof WilliaitiWrnrlit,viiiprridenl of thrf
Vorti American College or Health, for the trealuiwi1
andoiiro of elifCi u- in ihe form of llilliois and Ner
vous Fever, Atci-lc, Small Pox, Palm in lh.
slum let,', I ack mid side, Cuntuinption, Dreiny, Scrof
ula, Canier, S ul'inn i-f Uloo'l, &'io' -lle'e barb'',
llliI'Minnii m. fjiai rlim i. Ill' entarv. (ube. Dv-uO.i-
sia, Pdlpiialnn if the Heart, L'leers anJ Hitvi .f
el cry kltfd, '. tte
For ' I y
PKCK : .V SPn.ll?, Dirlington.
W. 11. HOLLY, Willisfon.
W.J. IjLOOI.AkV, Hinesli'irgb.
J. II. UALUUKT. WestfurJ.
52 0-t 1841.
Q( HALKS nrown Sheetin?,
0J 2 do. do. Drilling,
5 do. do. Tiekintxs,
1 do. Canvass Padding,
15 Pieces Ueel P.iddintr,
.1 do. 40 inch l!urlap'
ut riv:tiveil by
WILLIAM U. ADAMS' ESTATE.
WL the tut.-u.ril er I emit nj'P inteJ, t v 'lie He
Prul ale Coin fur the fb-lrn'l i.f Or.in I s,
e'ominissioncrs to receive, ex inline an I aJp st a
I'laims nnd i'emand tf all pcr-oiis namnst lliuu-'irs
ot William It. AJann, lait of Somti Hern, in said eb- -
Iricl, elrcease.1, repio I'n'iil In olvent, and alo a.i
clainisnnd ileiiandsi'xliibilel in olet tborelo; an
six month)1 from the da'e hcrcbt, lcnrfc a.lmiol if
said court for that purpose, we do tlieii'fun here' -give
notice lhat we will uilenJ lo the bu inn... nf i, ,t
appointment at tlio dwoinnsr iioiisb oi mo iviiiot
.Niiney Adami, in sniJ .Vo ith Hero, cu the list Mon
day or February next, from ten iclo-'k in the. fore
noon tut lour ocin.'K in irte ni ernfjon.
AIINI.lt II. LA.NLON, , Coinmu
WILLI .M L'. P1IF.LPS. 1 siuiier..
Dated si South Hero ibis lt
day e,f Oclober A. I). 1311.
VILAS,LOOMIS it Co
2CASF.S Colored English Merinos,
1 " nlark do.
t " Fig d Bomlianne,
1 " Alpi'-ca Cloth,
20 pieces Illack ltoinbainp,
20 " Printed Saxony,
for sale by VILAS, I.OOMIS i CO.
Oct. 1st, IS 11.
MfitolhsSEI Si jBtasmos,
(SUCCIOSSOILS TO K. BRICtiS,)
Wholesale and Retail Confectioners,
WOLLI) re.pcclfullv inform ihe inli.ibitants if
lliirliiiiion and tin' surrinindins i-i.iiulrv. Mint
tbi'vearry on the Conficlionmy Uutiness, nn all its
vnno I i raneiie-. I'ciermineM lo u-e the very I r-i
materials in innnu t.icl tiniitr. lliev will at all nines
furnish Meri'hiinls and nibers elealinir in Confection-
urie-, Willi tin; I est ri'ialiii', and nn the lowiM i,o-si-
blelerni-. Shnii on Ch ir-h S.reel, two doors Soiiih
f S. L. Howard's S.oie. ni'wly and neally filled nn.
whi're wo cordially invite all to call and i"iaiiiine o ir
aitie-le., eonsi-iin; ot it ! I kind, of Stick Canity, Halls
and Kis-e-, llearls and Diamond-, llr.nd-, Pepner-
niinl, Lemon Drop-, Innilla Cream, Lozenut", Susnr
l'iuml, s-arraivav-, Lomtits, La-i.i Ibut,, Kncl; and
llrown Candy, S irar Sand. Mottoes nnd Seeruis.
Snenr Apples, Poiaie.e-, Eire., and HasLeis. ieiib
various oilier articles too numerous to I e iiicmioni'tl.
A trcneral as-or;nient ef rieh and fancy Cal.es on
hand, and I alee I to order, together irilh Ice Creams
to furnish panic-, tVe. eic.
Ci.t eili (Umot, ivhii-h wi rwommeud for Concbs,
Celds, Hoar-ene-s, Ac. We do net pretend to My
Willi Mr. .1. P-.i-e cvi-on, lhat eur Candy will euro all
diseases le'adinc; 10 Cousuniplion, ne think lhat is
saying too m ich.
We have a rfnod assortment of Brass anil Hooefcn
Clocks, which lie will ell lery low fur cash or ap
pie.ved e-ri'dit. Pica-e call and examine Lcforc pur
K. II. All orders from a distance, post paid, will
be proinplly aitein'e'd to, ami paekaire- and boxes put
on loard of singes or I oat-, when re.pnre-d, fiee nf
charsre. lie pameolar and .-iddre.sall orders lo .MIT
CIIF.LL oc IIAKNKS, Conficliontrs, there leingiwo
tirmsof ihe sanie name m ihe I'lllage.
II irlingtou, Vt. Oei. 22, 1SII.
LYMAN & COLE
HAVE rece.ved, in adiblion to Ihi'ir for stool.- nf
Dry Cnnitst, an extensive asornient of Fall
and Winler GcitJs ; ninon? w hii h will be found a
freat variety uf unities K.r Ladies' Cloaks; Alpaee.i
.tist re, :i very pretty arlicle; Alpiiva sill; Warp,
Caml letcrii, Plain ftlael; Alpine, FigM elo., Satin
Damasl,, liryehrlli, Persian Cloib, French, German,
and FiiL'iish Mi-ruins, Mon-eline tie lame ninl priiiled
Saxonies-, a ere.U variety and low priced; Goal's.
Ilut'i and Imitation Camblet.
A small a-sortment of neb fiu'd and stn'pd Silks,
Heavy Ulnolc Canton, GrooV .Swi--, and oilier silks.
.nun 1 et oarIe, 1 drl, whiii', ami cnloretl; A
few oxlri -izi' Womc.! t Gtovu.iiKl Ilo-iery,
a l.irzt ii-'Ortmnit ; an nn i-ualy larire as-iortnient'ot
Anit'rican print ; Kirncli ntnl Kn'jl h lo.
Couon hheelnii' and slnrnus; Ticki s and Wad
ding ; lilcacbed Couon and Mernniac beeimg, very
Wrrtisl Ilindius, sill; ,lo. Larje round nnd s-iian!
Meduiir Cords for over eeiat-; -ill; Cord for dress e-o lis;
Worsje-il aud silk .S'.irge; figure 1 sill; and I'elvet
Iliitlon-. new figure ; -ewmg -ills-, Twist an 1 Thri'a I:
Paddimr, C.imi.i-s, ,cleeias, CnlM Jeans Drown and
Illack Linen ; erled plaid lor racing; Muttons for
over coats, eve'.
A varleti of ru b de Laine, Cballv. silk, and new
15 le Fancy III. f. nn l Vi il-,
JSIiUAII UJ.U I JIS.
Heavy don! le nil'lnl lirnid eioil,., runtrr nn.l
Pilot Cloibs; Iiieh HiamiMiil lli'.nei Cloilis; nl'0 a
eucral nssortment of I! Islington Mill Cloth-.
Genllemeii and Ladies arc impel to rail and exam
ine nur leryexleiistve assoniiiciU, wnicu lie oiler al
re'dnci'd price's fcr Cash.
Il.irlington, Z1 u.'!. isu.
,. , STOVES.
rnHL subscnl ers bave assne-iatud themselves lo.
JL pelher for the pre ent M-ason, lor the purpo e cf
.selling oioie-,ciovo ripe, an.i Miove I- iiruiiiire, m all
iheir I ranelies, under ihe linn of lio-twick .V Spani
eling nt the old stand ol II.H.llitwiek, near the Court
Having made nrrangemtnls villi the Menr.
Grangers of ibe Pitulbid I nundry, for an n constant
supply of all l.in I. nf Stoves man' fai'iiirisj at thai
etal.li-hmcnl, they' are now prepared lo .ell moio
on the most rcisiunl le terms. '1 hu Innge-tal hshed
gnil qualiiy nt Hie Piltstord la-tni!:- is nil theie
loii.inenilaliou Ibey lire I. Anionglbe Pittsfeml .tine
arc the following : Uianin'.s Patent rleva'ed Oien
llolnrv Cooking toie, Parlor Cuoking sinye, wi'h
elevated nvi'ii, n new nrurli-, cheap und eonienieiil
for small families, and much npproie'd: V. ran er's
Parlor stnie-, v itlKin b li p ; lb x stoles from 1J to
3 teel Inti1; Criumrr - patent I aimers' and Me-chan
ii's stove ; nils is ol pe'. uli.ir I'onslr'iciion, the hrgcsi
I oilrr is dneclly over Ibe lire, nnd is -o larsru thai
eoiunioMl' uiss teiile e.in le u-ed for uislunir, the
nirn iselev.Vcl and nil a new plan, Ihe licit I e.'iiE
coin! ie-iisl tnrooch the men ly "In el iron pipe., ly
means ol which llienveu is iiMde lo Inl.e ineire eeeii
than other sinve ovens in eniuii.nu n-r; it Iris fo-ir
boilers, and under erne td' the bail; bn.lers
plari'd ,i cid iron fninirr liir iiiuuier ue, an I is
ne.irilieoien tint Willi a lew rliips a let kenle ran
1 e boiled and 1 akiuir done wi'bo it any ini-onven nice
from beat. Irnuine. e'.iu I eelrne '.villi .1 small quantity
oi enarcoai ivitn nine i.c.u m Hie room. I hry i.ie
ninnlci a r.ir.cr Uiie-; ueer ii I ox s r.irlcr -lnve-of
Tre.'v, splcndidarticle-. Tbry abo keep ll.e Air
light stent', nl e-a-t iron, one td the i bra pest sioies in
ihe world Ibr-itting and sjek rooms, ukes less tucl
ihan oilier stovesiiiulibe Ileal is steady night and day.
rersons wanting anything in the alioie Huh are
requested to irnc u- a call. .Novo Pipe, wish I oiler-,
and other stoe fi-rniture and tm ware reinstautiy on
baud or inn le loemler on .-hurt uolice.
Mr. SrACLDlvri baling I ren nmaaesl most of the
time lor twenty years in il e nnnul.icii.n'no-nfl'.Uti'rns
for stoies, anil in telling lnvc-, fee N rnnlideut m
tendering his hisserviies to the ihliabuants nt llur
linclon and vicinity thai le will le al le to advl-e
llii'in as to Ibe let, sale-t, and elie.ipcst mode eif
wanning their iKiellings and will I e in read, lies, to
wad nn all villinree-ustomers nt their homes and beb
tbem m teuin un all stoves bought of tin- firm and
tee them put in inc. All stoies Mild and put up I y
Uieui warranted lo nnsiier Hie reronuneiionliiui.
HLMtV II. iOS.'U'lCI.
SA.MULLll. Sl'AL LDI.NG.
IJtirlniiton, Oct. Ulh, 1SII.
just r"- il at
CASK Pout-re Silk
20 pieces Wick and Fig'ddo.
20 " Pongee lldkf".
20 lb. Ilnllau Sewinr Silk,
f " Itlack nnd enl'd Twist.
O -I. 1, 1911. For sale by VILAS, I.OOMIS, & Co.
OHO T.HS. While and col'd Thread,
OUU SO " lllark Linen,
r0 Oros Hound anil Flat Ls'et".
Oct. 1, 1811. For sale by VILAS, I.OOMIS & Co.
Oct. 1st, 18)1
' Oilt Coat anil Vo t Buttons,
Horn do. do. do.
do. Vest do.
Pearl hirt do.
For s-dc ' v
VILAS, I.OOMIS .V CO.
A NEW WARRANT JSSUKl).
THE subscribers would return thank for the liber'
patronage atlbrded them by the public and wo ' '
irivi'e theinto examine the l est (.election, iilni li tlief
have teceivo I ol Bl.icl;, lllue-li ael;, Db.e, Invi-ib'
(Jrccii and llro'.vn Heaver Clolhs ; Illnck, Hlue-Illa
and Fane-y CasMmtrcs'-an I Di eskin-, b r Pantaloon
Satin, Velte-i, Sill; and Valencia for Ve-ts and Tn
minu's, c.f all kinds and of the lest epjiiiity the inar
allbrds, and wh eh they will mnke inlo sarments I .
any who may fiivor them with their eustoirt arcon
ina to their order, or il'lefAn thein-elve-, in the in
fa-luonal h' stylo a, reported Ly the I e t re, tor 'T '
beeity of Loudon anil Ne.v Yerk, ai.d watrintel '
fit. As nouxpence wilt 1 e spireil to ol tain intoriiM
lion inoilhly, it Willie at o ice seen that on llm
leruisa wnriant eau ecr.ainlyle guru.
All orders promptly excelled fir A'caty Pay na',
' y C. flENNS it SON
ricaschdieeZil tloir South of Pic Hank, Ciur-'
Street, IJurlinqton, Vt.
P. Tho-e u ho in I orders for work will pie
be parno'-bir in having their measles taken ccrre.x
to en-urea perfect fit.
STATU OF VI H.MONT, ) T'HF. Hon
OHO M OI'ILLF.D Hied Xecdles,
OUU 200 Gross Hooks nnd F.vos.
100 do. Knitting Pius,
3 Cns-os London Pins,
1 do. American do. jut ree'd bv
Oct. 1st. 1311. VILAS, LOOMIS tV CO.
1 CASF. Wood Pocket Comb,
1 i0 doz. Gernnn Silver do.
for sile by
VILAS, I.OOMIS & CO.
Disinct of Chittenden, ss. ( X bite Court for i
District of Chittenden : To nil person" couceine
theeslatoof Sa.uurl Smith, I iteof Lulchcsler M
District, dicascd, Uretlm.
Whereas, Chirlca Collins, adm'r. of the citnt -sai
I dccised, proposes to rtinJcr an account of i
admiuistralion, and present his account against t
estate lor pxaiuirtetion and nllownnce at a se-s:or
the Court of Probate, tube hidden at the regis -
office in llnrlingt'Jn on tho second Wednesday ol .'i i
Therefote. You arc hereby notified to arncar heft -
aid court at the tunc and place aforesaid, and -,e
ciiisc. it anv vou nave, nny uio occouni aiorcss
should not 1 e nllowed.
Given under my lrind at 'ii:pn'ton this tlevc."
d iyof October, A. D. IR11.
vM ni.sio.i, itcgis.er
O'lTFI't .and Seal Cap-Lynx, Genett, and Coney
Mulls Atracaii, I.im'n skin an I Corny Collsrs,
Svvnns. Duvin Hons and Glnirs iVc Jus-r opened bv
7lb Oct. i:. M. WRIGHT Acn.
INDIAN Hnbber Shoes Umbrallns and Travelling
Baskets .f' c ly F.. M. WHIGHT if- Co
ASH wanted in exchange for leitlicr, by
K. C. LOOMIS.
A OO, tidc3 oUole Leather, fiom 13 to 2 c, for
lV salo by K. C. LOOMIS.
Ctl.OTH CAPS. A new nssorlnicnt nf all kinds
'and prices, just received by I'.M. WRIGHT &Co.
IAHWr.LL'S Hoots nnd Shoes a verv lar
JL lily, also Fancy dress Shoes, just rw'il at
3D 5 dl
In Wyoming, X. Y., n thp fith iii't., of eonsump.
lion, Mrs. Hosinna 11. C, wife of Daniel C. Hough'
Ion, nge'et 2J years.
NOTICF. i hereby given lhat I have given my
ion W.M.W., lu' tune, fn ni this date, and will
not demand any nf hi e.irnin?, nor pay any debts
nt his contracting fiom this date.
M F.liltlT UOCKWF.LL,
Alburgh, Oct. Cth. 1S1I.
ITs A S II I O N II I. F., Bonnet Silks of every style
I. nnd nualiiy, Bl'k, Blue Bl'k and China Silks
for diessi-K. do. Satin for do. Sars. Silks nd
Wtn'er Kibbons (new fctylc,) inur Aitiflci.il How-
s, Velvet, eve. IXC J. V. llvU.l.Mi
Oct. 12, 1R21.
New Fren-h Bass Viols Hons Strings Piano
Fortes & Flute Music &e-., Just rccIJ nnd nro now
ready for sale bv M. MAIN.N al us rrsidcnce onno
site the tho New Catholic Church in Burlington,
CJ A T T I IS' F. T T S . M.il-I), D. l'arnham's tu
U pennr I I k, b Ik mixol, drab nnd c.idet mixed sa!
tinetls, Cheap by L". M. WItlGIlT it Co.
1 X O It i: K N S. Damasl; and WnterM Moreens.
1AJL all colors, Just ree'd nnd for sale nt red iced
P. M. WHIGHT it Co
li OO KS S- S y'-l TIONE R Y,
A. IIIlA.'lA.il. lias nn hand nnd is receiving
A J a large an I well icireiu n-.-nrlintiil ol nr 1 le"
in hi- line for ihe Kail Tiiade, i on-isiing of all kind:
nfShm.l Books, nnl vnluatlo and popular work
inc uiosi rei-cui pir iit.niuiis
A new sunnlv of Illnnk Books, enntlstinir of l.eir.
irerS. Jo irnals. I)av. Invoice. Note, an I Bill Books,
of nil sizes, in full nnd half I endiiig Cap and Letter
paper, l Ihe nest Kino, wravving, 1 issue, iuoro'en.
Marl fe, Blmting, nnd nther varieties of paper. Ink,
Quill', Slates, Bonnet Boards, Pencils, Sand Boxes,
Letter Stamps, red inpo aim aianonery generally
in gnai larie y. uci. i;,
ist. Oct. mil.
rTUlF. mohrv reccivolfor tho Great cale of Goodi
X ni September, nl
Has been reinvested through lha New Vork Auction'
Hoooms, by one of. tho most thorough going, up and
doing, quick sighted, keen buying, bargaining Agents
ol me any, woo ims ins sympninics up nnu pruie en
listed for inn success of his Vermont Patron, whom
he Hinlntrc.nuousiy soiieu- to sell cneap.
P. H Tho Goods' ate received, and as far axm
ined cheiper than wbs rnticipatrd, and will be sold
sgreibUtorfsiidst nt HOvvAnDS
"sOODS from Auction Cheap for Cash : Article
vJ for ' loaks nnd Dresses, several km ' entirely
new and very neat style, bn't for the Philadelphia
.ilnrleet ny my Agent, who nnn perception Irnm tin
celebrity of this ngion, lhat they vvoiild also sun tin
Lapic nf the Grein Mounlain Hin-e, they nre with
nmet i.ail iioooup eiienpcr Mian ever hemic stcn.
.llso, 2 Cases SriENnin New II TS Cnrnet.
inns, P.iper-lIani;inL'S, New Laces. Silks, Shawls,
tilovcs, tVc, eve. all lor sale Lnr.i? fur i:.vn at
Tliur-day Morning, 30ih Sept.
'Ilinsuliscriders having transferred their entire
J slo.'s-ot DriiL'StV .Mediciiles loT. A. PF.CrC it
A. C. SPKAll take this occasion to muke their ac-
knovvlcdgeuieiiU to the.r fiiends tVlhe Public foi their
liberal and long continued palionnio whiih Iris been
exl' nded lo them a? dri.L'insis : and at ihe same tune
they I eg leave strnnclv to iprrouimriid llieir mci'i'J-sors-Jlesr-
PF.CrC 'A .S'1'F.AR as regularly bre!
Druggists ami tlninn their fiJchty andeipenence the
1'i.iuic may tuny rely.
j. c; J. 11. 1'r.e iv tn 1.0,
Burlington .Sept. CO 1841.
i-'itr.xt ii Gotins
The subscriber vvtuld respectfully inform the La
dies nnd Grntli-mi u nt lb rlmgtnn and vieiniiy lint
ho has arrived from New Ynik vinha splcn 'id as.
sortment of 1'lt I NC1I (iOGDS, consisting nf
Black, blue tdaek , eul'd embroid'd aud chine silki,
brochrc, nnd silk thavvls, scarfs, hd'ks, and crayais.
Kmbroiderrd, striptd and priulcd n, oils. i'e laine ;
nlsotwi'l do Ham1 urg, collars, veting, slinks and
capes, all of the latest style and various other srti
elus. Also an assortim nt of Gold Pattnt Lever
IV.vclu s, nf the lu st quality.
N. B. Thu above fiooda wereimnortrd iust before
the imposiliou oflhc New Duty.
Ihcv are icspcctlullv invurel to ea nt us rtoom
un 'er S. Nifhol'H Cnhinct Shop, Chinch Street.
imriuigion, kjci. n, iml .vi. ej.s- j in;i.vi.
j'lle will remain here only a few days.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
One door instof .1, & J. II. PHCK tS Co.
rjlll'. siibsciibcis surf e-so, s a- Dutggi-ts lo Messrs
-fl. JtV.I 11. PI'.i'K t'eco. Ii.iveformed a copartner.
ship miller the firm of Pill IC if- ,t'K lit, oud Invi
piirchascti ol their pre. cecssors ineir cuire siock oi
Drugs i .vie-dic.nes wnicu, together with nie auiii-
lions front Niw York d Hostou renders their assort
ment lirecif complete euabluur ibem to supply lite
trail' on the most nneral and udvaiitigcous teiins.
From l heir know leilgeot ,h lnisiness nnd tlio nine-
milting and h-ciii'i-s ntteiiuou which th"V are duer
niiiie-irio bcsltivv llicy hope to give satis'aelinn lo the
public. T. I. pr.i-ic,
llurhngton, .fept. 20, lltl.
BHUWN .S'ugars cheap bv II. M. HlGIlTipfo,
T O UNO Olt.lTO It, or New York Class
J. Bonk, 300 Copies, jiist ree'd by
uct. 11. u. eiuwmw'ti,
Jj-'I'eachers arerequotcd to examine the above.
SiI'PKROIt Lmrn, Cambrick, Linen Lawn, Irish
) Lmrn, Linen Dama-I.-, Linm Napkins and Linen
Hd'ks, Just ree'd by i:. .11. 1VIUGUT tV Co.
THIS is to eerify lhat I hue given my son Alfred
Clark his lime to art for himself, nnd' I slnd rail
for no wages of his earning nor pay anv di bts nf his
contracting alter this dale. HAN'SOM CLAHK.
Hinesburcn, Aug. 31, 15-11,
Camle'.s, Jnekontits, Sarcinctts, Mull,
Swiss Muslin-, Hunt Cam'et and Swiss Mus.
litis, Hailroad, Fig'd nnd plain Illusions French, so r
nelt wash blond Netted and plain llobbnelt Sdk
11 ondSp der.nett and itrcci.ui I.aees, inreaii. I. lie
and Blond Iilging-. Ton Sale Cheap nr
Oct. 13, 1S1I. L M. WHIGHT it Co.
Con. or Maukct St. and .Mekciiani's Row.
awe rpili; undersigned, (formerly of the
tt'Yn ''m s,reel Hotel, and late proprietor
IJJ'Rh nf Ctiigrrs' Hall, New York,) would
ULiilSL. most rcspeclfully inform his friends and
the public generally, lhat ho has become the lessee of
mis esiaousuuieili, ami put it in tnujim uiuce iui men
The bouse is located in theeentreofliu-ine'S, with
in n few rods of Qninev Market, nnd I lit a short dis
tance from tho landing ol tlio ".nghsn and i-.as.tern
Tho lng experience ibe subscriber has had in iho
management of n public lfn.se, gives limiperleetron
lideiirrin bis abi'ilii s. nnd he lliereforo pledges hun
self lo give satisfaction to those who favor him with
1 hrlr n.itri naee.
A Dinin"riiom has been filled i pixpressly for ihe
necoiiimodiilion of Ladies and Gentlemen, which will
he f.iimd il ,i v annnd w.lh the bes: Ihe market nflori's.
The Gcnllcmen s Ordinary; whicli can aecoinmoda-c
ahout 1UU persons, win mi prniuieu wiiii a 1 1 ne suo
stnntinl luxuries of iho season.
I'bu Servants will be found honest and altentive-
exerlin" themselves on an occuinns to give saiisiae-
tion. J. r. ji.ii.uji ui.ii.
C T It A Y S T II U II. Stray
O ed from the subscriber, in May
last, ahghtred, two-year-old Steer;
with crop on ma right ear. a ur.v
1 le Compensation will be madoto any
peisoiiwliu will give information where, ho mnv be
lonuel . u.l.Ml.l, w. uil.iai'.
Colchester, Oct. 1C, 1841.
O trayi: D OR
Stolen I ! fiom
Ihe s ibscnber on tho
lOih met., a large bay
Horse, vviilionc white
hind foot, whosoever
wi cite information
wheresaid norso moy Dsiounit, shall he suilnhlv ie
warded. , AlusilH Afiiuuii,
Chdrlotlc. Oct, 10, 1810.
rS-Chcap for C'ASII 1 1 Jj
Life ns it is
Duck's Keligioui Ancc
dr.tcs For Sslofnr Corn by
Oct B 1911.
Uk.ful and Happy
Leiiic Graham', by Aunt
Pollock's Course of timet,
TTHIlN'ril it LNGLISII Merinos,
X ( nmblctrens, Printed a
picca s, eve. cv.c.
pi.LM I', and FI I'F, MUflC New Preceptors i
the Flute and Fife, juat received by
0:t. o. C. fiOODRlCII.
20 doz. Miiea of 1'ppcr Leather, For sale bv
0,-t. 3. 1311 Pearl Street.
2t)t) Sidesoff'alcultn Leather, For sale by
tier. S. 1-ttT. V.. C LOI
SDiKcn f 'nlf Skins, For sale by
Oct. 9. HII H. C. LOOMIS.
MOROCCOS, Kids, Bindings, Innings. lioe-thrcad
Lasts, &: ic. For sale by F.. C. I.OOMIS
)t) Pairs of Men's thick booti from S2.50 tnSlO'J,
. Oci.9. 1SI1. For sale by II. C. LOOMIS.
HARNESS, llnnd, Bridle, Skirling ar.dTop Lcalh
er. For ale by H. C. LOOMIS.
THNLGAR of ihcvery hast quality for sale bv th.i
Gallon, bid. Hothead, by GEO. PETERSON".
uct. r.i, i-iti.
I v Fred".
nrri.M'.S nf (ii o-ran u"in. Hi-'.iry.
WKmersiiii. 31K) eon i- iu-t ie ' 1 1 v C. liOODUICH.
Tetchcrs w II I r I irni-hc-l ivuh rop'e- le,r cviiiniii-
alien wplinul rbtrsr. O t. It.
Me'illcinnl I!qi!nr4 !
"!" F S T Pint mil .Ma'r-ri Wine-, Ileal Cnrnnc
OllMiilv Hud Ib'llan I Gin, A'.-bnlinl and Vi.ln-sl
p.m., fir Camphor, fir. I y PI.CK ft SPK.lR.
Itotnnlrul .llidiriiiis !
17VKP1Y e.r'i.'le m iln-I ranrli "nils nn'ly on hand
1al wb..lrs;,le and retail, I y I'F. 'K tf- S Pi Alt.
', Farm known a-
ie Vernon farm, -
t". le-b"" trr. a' uii one nn'e I rlnvv the Hrn'ge it
Onion liner lower till-. ?:ud firm c n'ain-al 11 11
two Inn hnl a -re- nf in'erVdle, rnd h-vcii a -res ef
np'an I, Willi a rnml lnry and a hall ho '-e, two ' arn
and a nun lain sin a'ld thereon. Sai I land- am
wr'l li-n is1 aud in good condition. For f r'lu'r mfir
1111 inn apply tn lil.OHGL II. .MOORF..
Ili'fbnu'ni. Ot. U, ISU. 13-13
CJODA CRACK KHsJ'-A froli Mipplv, pist rrcr i
Oly sept. 21. I'LCK tV SPKAH
CySAR S Al'AKILL A M E A I).TJ
AI.AHGLrpiaulilv nf Brown's eelcl ruiel Nviup-al-o
ihe Fluid and Cnnslipined exiraei- nl S.ir-a.
paruia, nl w hole.-a!c and rel.nl, liyl't.CKoi SPI-.AI!
1 Ql 9 1!cn Hwrilin'si, Turner's, Ainericin, Peo-
J sJ-J-sw. pie s. urocKeit s. tVe. eve. AUl XI mm.
lure Almanaos, xcryioK for ready pay. by
p 1 . . 1 . iiu.x n.uruN,
KJ.onir .'(, lor ale al
real variety 1 f Comic anil other
e ai iiu.vi -viiTiiv'x.
IVew Tniloiiii'; Ilslahlisliiiifiii,
On Pearl Strut.
riillh Subscriber re-pectfull inf-jrini the pubbo
lhat he hasopencda shop in tlio new brick budd
ing one door west of iho Pearl-st, House, vihrro In-
wil bo happy tn receive orders freini his friend a n..,i
the public. Woik of every desrripl.orf executed in
tne uiosi lasnionnnie sivlc, or o nut any peeunr
... ... r ..i.mi.s. uiiiers jiriiiiipiiyaiienued
10. . riiiiotii iniromec is so uc ifd.
Biulingion, Sept. 2, IS 11. M. G. RATH BUN".
lieretvisl. anoll.e-iMrrr !e,t 1 f tho e sm-rrjc
Shoe-, m.ni.if.u-liired I y N. Harvey, Mon'i el 11 r.
Sept. '-'. S II. MCI T.
fAIIF.S'A anl I'mbrnii'eil nil,l,nn--,Chena flrirf. am!
n new lol of I-leneh arlitieials. S. II. SCOTT.
axonie-, Alpines Al
lurge assortment, ciienp, nv 1
S, II. SCO IT.
NEW AND CIIEAI' COODS,
rilHF. sub'criber.s ham just received from Nfv
L York a very lirgc and elenivu aortineni of
Fancy and Siapie DRV GOODS, niponj which
may ho lound siipeti"t Heaver anil runt 1 lotus;
Bro id Cloths nnd Cassimeres, plain and I willed, while
and colored Flannels) Flench, German and I'.ngh-h
Marines; guar hw, crane and common Camlets;
igd and plain Alpines; .llohair, .Norwich, .llpacea
and Taulioua Ciolli; iigni nnu njrk pruiien .-saxo-11
vi nlnin. rati striris'. fio'd, and Chum, all wool.
Mousclinedr I.aines ; sai. .slrired I Jmllj s ; pl.-.m, sal,
slriicd, fig'd and corded, Illicit and bluc-blick, light
and duk colored Poi do Soie ; Gr di Afriquo, Pe-
km, Ile'ciiaand t luni Dress ,suks; i inngea'jie eor
deil and 'Mima Bonnet Silks; S-1 I'ash'niere, Mel-
nilc, Belvidete, lirftcha, Manno, Moll ilinc de Lstn,
China nnd Duuitk t-lnvils; Raw Mill, Cballv, Thi-
hei, Mousdinedo Lain, China it Plaid Diess Il'dk fs.
A grcit inriety of I. ace, Tluead, 1. agings, Ribbon',
Scarfs, Gloves, Stocks, &e tVc.
IV. .11. IV 111! 1 1 1 1 , q l O.
N'. II. We Wfiild inform our fiiends. cusioiners and
iho nuMic universal' y. ibit our stock of Goods is
equsl, if not snprrior to any other in theiillage, and
we will give as gi ml hirg lins, if not belter. Please
call, examine and judge lor jouiseivcs.
OTOVi -.'. A great laritty cnmprisrg
' 1 1
I Ii e kinds how 111 use of foul-jog -loves ,.f tb,
most lmjiroird nlienis Box end parlor Stoves,
right k-rd anJ Aid at gnatlv icduccd pric, by
Oct. 13. lilCKOK iv CATLI.V.
O.U.T.-IOO Bnrre's, COCO bushels in I111H1. for salo
O by Oct. 11. IIICKOK .f-C1TI.IN.
ROCKRIHs. A eeneral assnrtmcnl, for sale at
fvcry low prices, by UCKOK Sil ITL1N.
C CODFISH, LarrpO.I, Lih-'cd Oil nnd Punts at
O -t. H. IIICKOK tt C ITLl.VS.
)I'RI'i Salt. new article, warranted Pure, man
ulaciiiied by an cnurelv new process, sd as to
cUsnsc the silt from every other substance.
10 0 bushels of thj abovo lor sale by
Oct. 13. IIICKOK it CATLLN.
GFNi'It L n-nriiiie"i ran Ir fnun 1 nt Fipxet
Barlow's New Sti re al Wmno-I.i Kills,
"ivn'rr 17. (11-
AT N. LOVELY & Co's.
I LSI received, nud now opening for sale, .a full
Assortment of Goods, adapted lo the season, such
Printed Saxony cloth, a great variety
Alpatkas. nil kinds, libiin nnd liuuiii.1
French aud F.n'dish Mrrinoi.s nmnnl r,J r.'.'r.
Phin blk anjl fig'd mourning and" half mourning
jiu -Js tioe-ue-iaino
Plain, fancy nud figured ditto
Plain white sattin. striped ehalljs'
PJaid tnousseline-ele-laine', a new nrllcln
Prints A 1 (mice selection of Furniture Prints.
September, 10, I Ml.
( I.OTIN nf siiprnrr Iru-h nnild iral h; enlnr- m-t
J luaiularlnresl ly ihe 11 irlinrtnn Mill Cc. for ale
al ihelowe-t priec-', al ihe New S'ore, Wmooski
1 an., 1 v
' '. . OMltTt' fl 1 11 Oil'
.-eplrni' rr, 1,, isu. .-sii'.m.i n.iiii.t.. ,
'AHI.WI LL'S --HOI S,
1 rereivisl, nt the New Sture, W ninoski Fall'.
Rep'ein'er 17, 1S1L
Pl'ItCt SSION GI NS, povu'er ll.isks, iW ! and
une'e shot be'ls, rereussiou caps, powder and
lint, cnn.ianl y em hand, tut a'e .it ihe Hardware
unroof R. MOOIIV,
Srptemlir IS, ISll,
rpHK COPARTM IISIIIP brrr'iiforr eM.jins I.
JL nvern II. M. filDDIsnS and IAN I.Y.
ON, under lli.'linu nf II. M. (UllDINGS CV Co., has
leen diniivrii 1 y ineiio ea-eol 11
CM1F.LL SIDF. COMBS. Fancy do., linry anil
r ir..m d. FnncvSOAP. Hardo. Huichins'
Pntenl RAZOR STRAP wiih Paste, the best article
tvrrinienicl. CJenl's. iui i.-) very pennr, ny
October 21. N' LU1 LI.1
Jl (.HIDINGS. TintlClIONG nnd Green Tr.AS.Crushed I.. Sugar,
I ho tumi'ina pariner ha. ,eld ibe STOl K nf J I'u Raisins, Molasses, Sugars, Di?. ' urrsnls.
GOODS 10 SAMI'LI. .M. POPF, who i. hereby an-' , October 1. H' N' I OVF.I.i .
.I......n.l in I fill fs I a I .1 1 I.f. n Ihn... .1. .,...t . 1... -... I s
firm : andlhine indeblcd are requested ti) ma!,e pay. I "VTVJSICAI. Instruments eve. li b t- I uai e isrin.
ment 10 him. DAN' LY6n. I LV1 nrtles, A ( Fifi, Flngrlets, Guitar, inlin
i .,, Vi.tllufil ni-trinns. iceiivtvi ny
llurlingion Oct. 1. 1811.
O tuck nf Oooils if ihe late Firm of H. M. GID
DINGS ifc Co., herel y gives nou'ie lhat he has eoin
mewed hui'nes al ihe Siand rercnily occupir.1 bv
said firm, and inviic his friend, and ihe customers eif
the late concern and the Public generally to etf nJ to
htn, at lat, hare ef ihur ratrcnag.
Pur''r'en,0.i 1. IFW,. f
I t. .i:....ll l.l.tnn. lffl.lfS.1 hV
nun i iiinmi ni -""-.-., ..' ntuvcii nn
July 21 1511. lNiim.i.v.jiii';'''.'j.
f "K.VD riPrJndC. PPIT''Tnvr
1j in 1-4 ilo Copper pumps by STRONGS' Co.
July 1 BS-ll
iTONH'S CAST STHKL BiJ"'fZ ' fn.' Hnr.
i ill. ' i .s.i i, . vrxnnnv m " '
gBrj, ryilV. Bu'rlirgti
f-(f?t'lj elie very best qu
Oct. H, HU.
gton Brewery i- now
operation, and Beer of
est nullity is kept con-
.,....!.. l.nn.l r... .Ai.. ... ...i i.
4.1.-111111) till .1 lll'l IUI - ll'i 111 IIVI.
ESaor halfbarrvls. G. IT.TF.RSON".
I I t New Packing Barrels for sale bv
it'l' Oct. 13. GEO. PF.TI
Ulf'KOK A' CATI.IN" West side of the Court.
House Sq.nre, vioii'd invite the ntteniionof all
n nnsers pt I lour, who '.vish lor n superior sri'ctn
iinuiiftcliiied from New vv heal, lo a lar.-e lot which
tin v now hive nn hand and will sell as low ns can be
boK.litin ilns place. Oct. 13.
JV.W r.MtV, Ar. We inv-.to Ihe attention ef
nur I'riends nn 1 Customers, to a new lot of lew.
elry which we havejust rectived, c mpi i ng u varl.
cty of Cameo, .11, isu,-, painted, tnpa7, Opal, girnct,
nn I paste pins, Ruby, F.mcrald, Opal, chrystid and
Jet Rings; a gbo ! assortment, ;
Me have also rer u n lew jn ne-aris and crosses
some ol rientiss- mini oi roses, uiimnnu cement
sunll button niould, metal eyelets, l.n"lh dressing
combs, I'lnpi'iaii's raz ir strops, 'bull's blushes,
FIllteMtf. Oct.. I ANOBOBN tV liRINS'tllP.
ar7 wr iL oj t,,n
Cloak Trunnvngs Fringes S lie anil Jlolmr,
Fringe", for Shawls. Silk nnd Meiino and Bor
derm j: Gimps nnd I'heiiiels for working,
.sil'i I'wift. for working reticules, n new arlicl.
SilkRelicubis. Head B ig, ursi sand tuoi.ey bags'
Silk Slmvls, .S -arfs, Cravats and ll'ii l.s,
Silks for Diess ?, newstjlci
Thread Lnces, lnsi rtions, F.ihmgs
Footings, llobinetis nnd t ottoii Lares
Grecian Wnenelt, Rail Road, do.
Silk Velvets fur Trimmings,
do. el i. for Ve'is and Men's wear
Coat nnd Vest Trininimes
Veliet fiaM Cent nnd Vest Buttons
ANo, Worsted nn I French Goods, Purchased
before the new TarilTi ("0 per cent Rcniein
her tint - per i ml is vvonh saving.
Piinird t'nxnnsnnd Alpaelns
Challys Plain and fig'd Mciinoes ( Verv
Circassinn do. do, Bombazines l Superior.
Mnusehneele I.aines '
Linens, Diaper-, Shielings, Table-Cloths, nnd
all Goods of ihit description, 20 per cent saved
Wo now offer n more genrial nnd complete assort
ment of ihoabove i setiption nf.Gonds, tbnn ever be
fore, being nvv ire that a ncvv'TailtVof 20 per cent ws
about lo boiinpnsed. Wo purchased extensively nnd
can a 'orel such Gftoib cheaper ihan we could other
wise hnvodnnc. Call and examine for yourselves.
Likewise a new and lull supply of Broad Cloih-i,
Beaver, and Pilot Contin2. Cassimeres, el- Sntineits.'
Oct. M, i3ii. i.ovi:ly it Hinu.Huiv