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BURLINGTON FKEM PJUiS, FRIDAY MOXtNiNG, mSCEMBER 12, 1851
Mr. Clcmom, (democrit) nf Al.ibimi, -jivo I Mr. Shields olVi-rcd an mondinonl, to np.
notice of tho introihictioii of a joint resolution 1 point n commit' on to wait n Kossuth, nn J in
confurrin" on Oin'r.il Winrpild Scott, tho I vite hitn to visit the Setntoch iuibi'r.
llrcvot rank of Lioiituiiuit (Jonnral. Mr. 1'ootj occttpiud tlo nit'titio:i of the
Mr. (Jwinn (Domusrat) of California, intro- j Seintc for it considerable tlno. with mi clubo
ducod a bill directing tlut t!io dutios colluded raloly witt-n miccc!i in dtfonuo of his Com
in California after the treaty of Hidalgo Ciauda- , lironiiso rusilotinu, mid of course generally,
line, and up to her admission into tha Union lie nUo indicatod his purpose to return to the
be refunded to tint state. Mr. l'ojte (Demo-1 Senate a year hence.
oral) of Mississippi, introduced his Kositith re-j Mr. Butler protected in i unit emphatic
solution. I manner uir.iinst the introduction ol thu rosolu-
Mr. Underwoo 1 ( Whi?) ol Kcnluckv. intro- tion, as calculated to widen the breaches alrea
duced u joint resolution iiml-ma; laud 'warrants , dy usitiiiff hrtv, ecu different sections ol the
assignable. i country, and bmpon afresh nil the lountains ol
jfr. Hale (Free Soil,) of New Hampshire, 'ntritutibn. il'Moo'to for sour! lima, and do
submitted the following resolution, which was tiouncedth; ('.'npruiiiisj measures with most
kid upon the table : I vehinf!tit dechtntlluli.
lies' jlvod, That the Secretary of the Navy Mr. 1 outo rejoined with Ins accustomed no.
be instructcil to inform tin Senile if the Navy verity, and poiitol out thu merits ol the Cum.
D.martnicnt Ins inform it ion of anv violation ot
the law of the United Shies nboii'hiu"; llo
"g in the nival service by any odlcersof the
navy, and if so wlnt ln.M'U'es if any have
been taken to vindicate the 1 iu.
Mr. Foote introduced his resolution declar
ing the compromise act3 to he a definitive set
tlement of the slavery question. lies lid he
expected to leave tin's place on the XiOtli of the
present month ; ho would therefore ask this
one favor of the Senate, that this resolution In?
taken up now and made the special order of
thodav tor Montlav next
Tlio i hair It requires the utunimous con
sent of the Senate.
Mr. 'ht--o (free soil.) of Ohio I object.
Mr. Foote Does the Sen ilor from Ohio oh
ject to taking up this ro-oiiition now for the
purpose of in iking It the special order nn Mon
day? Mr. Chise l do oojectto taking it up
r... !,.. ,,.,..r.-ti 1 ..l.i.tnt In li'it'irnr ill it !
resolution take precedence of other itnportant j
business already introduced. I
Mr. Foote I am glad the opposition r.onies
lrom the ipiarter it Uoes. 1 hope it will tie con
tinued. Mr. Chase It will undoubtedly be contin
ued. MM. rM..: 'I I.. w..nlittii.M hiiij Hit nvrir
Mr. Chase introduced u lull gr.inting to
Ohioallthe unsold lam,s rennimng iu tint '
State, and asked to h ive it printed.
iIr. l ooto, hy way ot returning gooil lo-1
evil, advocated the motion to print, and it was j
a "reed to,
Air. Fonte then reueweil his motion to take
up his resolution concerning the Compromise
acts ; he understood no objection would now
be nndc. No objection being made, the reso
lution was taken up and thou postponed, and
made the special order for Mjnday next, at 1
The unl'mi-died bui'iu"s of yesterday bein;'
the joint resolution making arrangements for
the reception and enteit.iinment of Kossuth,
was next in order. Mr. Foote said th it m con
sequence of unexpected opposition to the reso
lution, and as there would he no time for the
other I louse to act upon it iu season, ho h id
concluded to withdraw the resolution and he
now aked leave to do so. The question being
put, the leave w is granted.
Mr Seward of Xew York Mr. President.
I now give notice th it on to-morrow, or on some
subsequent day. I shall ask leave to introduce
the following joint iesolutinn :
Resolved, by the Senate and IIouso of Re
presentatives of the United States assembled,
That the Congro-s of the United States in the
n lino and on beh ill' of the 1'eoplo of the U.
Htatcs give Louis Kossuth a cordial welcomo
to the Capitol and to the country.
Mr. II. ile offered a resilution, providing for
the election o two rlnpliiiis, one for each
House. Objected to and lai dover,
YVa!uno:;. Dec. (i. 1S5I.
House. Mr. liriggs gave notice of his in
tention to introduce a bill establishing a Mint
iu Xew York.
The Speaker laid before the House tli rc
port of the Superintendent nf the Coast Sur
cy. A debate arose as to the printing 10,
C()'0 extra copies, and tho subject was then re-
ierred to the 1 rmtuig L omnuttee.
There beiiiL' no general disposition for busi
ness, the House adjourned till I uediy, when
the various ( 'om'uiuee.s w ill be announced.
D.c. I. -7.1.
Skmti:. Senators Rusk. I',.nland, Rhott,
and liutler, appeared an 1 t ml; their seats.
On motion of r. Iinglit. the "Joth itile was
suspended, and the folbwinjr Senitors declar
ed clccte.'l on the Standing Committees for the
On Furcign Jlelnlion -Messrs. Mason,
Douglas, Mangnni, an 1 Underwood.
0)i Finnni-c Mps?m. Hunter, Rright,
(iwinn, I'earc", and Miller.
On Commerce .Messr--. Hamlin, Soule,
Dodge of n i-.eonsin, U iris, and Seward.
On .Minvfttiltini Messrs. Sebastian, l!iy
ard, Stockton, I'pliiiu. an 1 .lames.
On .lisriruilurc M"sr. Sonlo, Walker,
Atidiison Spriimee, and Wade.
On Militurj . InV.v .Ier. Shields, Clem
ens, llorland, Dawson, and Jones of Teunus
Hee. On Mil'ttiit .Messr. Houston, Dodge of
Wisconsin, lior'aud, and Spruance.
On .Ijfi'hs Mes-rs. Cwiun, Stock
ton, Mallory, Itulger, and Spruance.
On I'Mic Jifiwli Mes-.rs. Felch, Shields,
Dodge of Iowa, Underwood, end l'ntt.
On I' rival t I, ml Cltiimi Messrs. Downs,
AVIiitcomb, Cl"men. Divi. mid Hale.
On Indian .'IJliiis Messrs. Sebastian, lttisl:
llell, and Cooper.
On Cltiimi Messrs. P.rodhoad, Whilcomb,
Iliyard. Pratt, and Wade.
On Jiivohitinnm-j Cltnu Messrs, Walker,
Clnse, James, Fnote, and Siiinn'r.
OnlbtJudici'inj Messrs, liutler, Dawson,
llradbury, Ilerrien. audfi-'rer.
On llic foil OJpce ami l'ntt llondx Messrs.
Rusk, Soule, Hamlin, Upliuii, and ortou.
On .'o iis and iiihi!k M-r. llright,
Rhott, Douglas, .Spruance, and Sumner.
On I'cntiiiu.f Me-srs. Jones, ot Iowa, nor
land, Stockton, Fonte, of Vermont, and Coyer.
On the Dintrirl if Columbia Messrs.
Shield. Rr.idbury, Xorri, Px'rnen, and Clarke.
On I'alinh anil the I'ubnl Cjfirt .Mo-rs.
Xorris. J.-ime. Whitcouib. Dawoou. and Siuith.
II,. ',,V !i7,,'i,,ri. MnaN. VVInlfniiili !
Hunter, and Clarke.
On I rinllng Messrs. Rorlaud, Hamlin,
On IMrcnrliwrnl M"srs. llradbury, llright
Felch. M annum and Fish.
Oh Tirrilnnm Messrs, Douglas, Houston,
(ireen, Cooper, and .lone of I eunejseo.
On r.nKnmxfd llilh Miwr.s. 1'ayard, Mal
lory, and Hale.
On Unrolled llilh Messrs. Jones, of Iowa,
On llii lAhrartj Messrs. Pcarcc, f lemons,
nd liodge of Iowa.
'Ai ,7i.v,V anil antrn! thr Cantmstnt Jlxpen
rm of thr Siiwlr Messrs. Dodge, Vall:er, and
A great variety nf business was gone tli: o
ivithj iiunioroii'pctitions were presented, and
lulls, of which previous notice h id been given,
Various resolutions were offered one for
Ihe appointment of a Secretary, Sergo.iu'.-at-Arrns,
nnd IVmrkcipor of the Senate, nn the
third Monday of the isession, which lies over.
Mr. Davis presented n petition from Messrs.
'J. W. Coflin and Howard, proposing to ca
tuldMi a I'm" of mail steamers between lloston
and New Orleans.
ilr. llaleriotiiied tho Snnatn of ajointrotn-
lotion, as taking precedmce, to open a conns
pondenco with the Trench President, respect
ing his indifl'erence to the liberation of Abd o!
Kader, til'' Alncan chiet, iirnv in I'ltsinuy 01
the French t;uv"rum''nt. Tho resolution
caused much merriment.
'I e resoluttr'i in er' t tvvT f'!rp!aiti' wa
taken up and p'' 1
Mr. S w.i-d ik-'h ' lr ii(i h U 'li
fc nil' r
promise measuivs, jiloryin-' m the inumpii
lohiuvi'd thcrch", mi J the harmony that gonor-
Mr. Ilntleradit'd a few explanatory lemarks,
1 wiien the hcintoiuljourneil.
U V. S I C .V A T I () N .
.-.V 11LM.Y W. I.OXGt L1.I.0W.
I Then- i9 r.o line!', however watched and tended,
I liut one (lend lumb i there 1
There is 1 1 fireside, luwsoc'er defended ,
I I'm nus one v.ie-iut chair !
air is full of l.irev.-H's to the dying.
Ann niouriuni's nr tne nean j
The he.'.rl ol Itaohel, Ur her chddieii crying
Vi,l nut be coiol'otted.
, I,et in he patient ! the invere nfllictions
t li l tn the arniind aiie,
But olleiitinie ielectl.il li'Miedictions
A.uuiiie litis da ik ihtuite.
- hut dimly tlrroa;d, the mist, and vapors ,
hai s-em io us hat .id mnereal np-rs
.Muy he lie iven'.s distant huiip".
Tiiere i ii' i de ah ' what "cnirf so is transition ;
Tin, In- hi umital lin.Mili
1 hut a ,'jlrnlj to ill- lite i-lyiin,
Vhose poitil we call Death.
j' "ot tlead-:!,.; chnd oarafieotion-
-;eie die no ImiKer m eds oar poor protection,
Ami Chriit hiinelt do'.h ruic.
In that are.it clo'ster' Ptillness and seclusion,
lV ju irui Hi singeis I' u,
cafe Iro.n temptation, bale Iron: sai's jiolution,
bhe lives w hum we call dead.
Day after ii.iv, we think what she is doinu
In those 'hrmht ic.ilms ol .or;
Year alter year, her lender -tops pursuing,
Heboid her crortii inure Ijir.
T'nis do we walk with her, and keep unhioken
Tne bund winch .Nature uives,
Thinking that our reiiieiiilirance, though unspoken,
.il. i y reach her wnere she lives.
Not as a child shall we ajain hehoid her ;
For when wiih raptuie wild
In our enibnces we ii.uii eulold her,
She w.ll nul be a child ;
Hut a l-iir maiden in her fuller's mansion,
t'liilhe I won celestial (irate ;
And henutilul wuh ah the soul's expansion
Snail we behold Iht lace.
And thouith ut times iinp-tiious with emotion,
And niiiMish loin: siippre'-ed,
The sweilim; l.e.ni is mo 1111114 like the ocean,
'l'hat cannut be at lest
We will be pitient, nnd amuaje the feelim;
We liny mil wholly flay,
liy si e.ne s iclilvmi.', not coiicealiii:,
The gru f tint must have way.
We learn that (lovernor Williams has up
p lintel A. II. Mun.uii) I'sq., of Richmond,
State's Attorney for Chittenden County, in
place of F J. Phelps Fsq., who declined.
Mr. Miv.vvnn is a com)etont and efficient
Lawyer, and wo doubt not will discharge the
duties of his responsible oliiee iu a creditable
and acceptable manner.
Another Old Citien (Zone.
l''il'r rur ulut'nty head, will lie tmind the 1111
lliiuneeiiient ol til" de illi of C.ipt till L Mns Hai'.ii
M.a.ativerv udviineed 11 2e. (.'niiiain O w.is a
nw-t e-iimib'e cit'7''ii. He wi keovvn as one c.f
he III tel lel.ti'll' of ihe city, ihe ('"IIWlll ni which
h-in d witched lrom its in.a'uey. Tioti U'iiig Uc
cewiler rr:-:.iis at no.iii: a.vd aiiuoad.
The last .. . b.tni MtMcnqrr says-
Pnonrti-ssioN 'i'he mails north of llurlin
ton, vvhidi ouoht to arrive about 7 o'clock in
the eveniti',', of eicli d iv, are delayed at Hur
liiiLttoii full sixteen hours! Hring" on the Put
The "Putney I'xpress" is well understood, in
well-informed circle", to mean n yoke of oxen,
it'id :i stone-' o it, and how th it could help our
St. Albans friends it is not e-uv to discover !
The grievance complained of, however, is a real
one, nnd ouht to lie remedied. Where the
fmlt is, we are not able t s-ty, thong-h wj
humbly st it: cost to tho Missmer tint it is
somewhat old tint '-the mails Aor.'.'i of Hur
hn;lan" should be detained in llurlintnn, as
It'.irlinton h is iDtliiu to do with such 111 lils
except tofuru-ird than Southw.irds. If tho
.Messenger me ;tnt the 111 liU 5jhi of Itnrlin
ton, we have nothing, as at present advised, to
say, but will forward its complaints to Putney
Our friend, Win. M. Miller, Ksq., has
opened ,1 Law OiTico over Pierce, I).ivey &.
Co's .Store, in College St., the same recently oc
cupied bv II. Leavenworth Ilsq, llnsiness en
trusted to Mr. Millet, will be faithfully and
promptly attended to.
'I'he iasl Conner say.s :
Our nei'j'iborof Free Pres siys if til" whip:.'
nonin.ite Vobster, III', WILL SUPPORT
III.M ! "Hoys, do you bear that "
J'nr fear tho "liojs" should n't happen to hear
it, we hope our anxious neighbor will "holler"
a, "am :
Wr the Fire 1'irm.)
rl His AllltlVAL IN AMI.RKA.
Clnnipinn ol Freedom! welcome 10 our land!
We hinl thee, leader of a noble bind,
Whose blood for sacred Liberty was poured.
For lieanhs they loved a nation they ndored'
Ileie on Columliias's lair and generous ,hure,
Thy noble spirit may untNtmniellcd soar,
Ileie my llie exiled Hero salely stand,
And mourn ihe ho ld ia of Ins unt ve hud ;
II 11 kindred heir's are w all thee, noble soul,
Freemen, who npurn oppteiion daik control.
Whose starry biiimer, amidst wai's alarms,
Shines proudly foiih, and brave the u nild in arm! 1
These nre the friends vvhoe hearts indigmiH jweL,
To hear t'-e wrongs thy patriot tongue can lei!,
Whon' bosoms throb iu union wuh thin? own,
When all thy sufferhi? country's deeds are shewn
In vain her de nest hlnod was nobly shed,
In v.im her Sous ayi , e'en hr Daughters, Wn'. '
The Tyrant triumphed, couuiless numbers porred,
And thoiw-inds fell beneath the Austriin sword !
... 1 .1 .... 1 .1... ii. 1 1
l.ueh crimson urnp i:iai siaineu uiui nuiioweu mm.
Shall rise as witness to avenging (J id !
Whose mighty wrath will speedily be burled,
To sweep the base oppien-cis from the world !
Dioop not, brave heart, thou yet shall strike the blow
To buret the cliiini, mid crush the tyrant foe,
Soon shall the Innr.er ol thy country wave
VA here dieamless slumber the immortnl brave !
I'o m uk the spot vvheii idnvi-li bonds were riven,
F mug 111 freedom to the winds ol Heaven 1
SM iii'lialt ihou reariliv nauon's droopinrj lame,
A id K tv shall treinbie ,1 i',v rlonous mime '
IU in Mamii'w
1 have dream of n lair little cot ol oar own
Wh-re Luvc ntul Cnntenlmriit shall nile !
Ol a form tint is near me when daylight is done,
Ami it b ind m my own nil the wmlc ;
1 ha ve dirniflsijln casement thrown up to the nljlit;
With roses and vines peeping 'hro,
And while I inn dreaming thce dieanisof delight,
I'm all the time thinking or yuu !
U'n hive received the following very
creditable lines which wo tuko pleasure in pub.
Tt:i-s!AY. Dec. 'J.
At Market K'.M Cattle about fitw liiives and
21) I riloies , consi.stmu; el Working Oxen. Cows ami
Calves, yi'iirluiK4) two and three y afs old.
Prices.-Maiket Dii'l t'Airn. 1 6A" per cwt: 1st
rm ihty, eMi s
JJ rpnihty, &j,uo ; Jd quality yi j
Hides liU pr e-.vt. i alow J..
7o.se. Pelt OiiaSlc.
!s lures Wniktii)! Oven J7j-i1 If.'.
Cow i and Calve f'5. j, i.7, -JTJ , 'Jl , 3ia to.
Two Ycjm old .Itii.'!
Thiee Yeais old SIM.UI ,"7a3rt.
Sheep mid Lambs lO.'il al tuurl'.ct Prices
T.Mia t.3, t,. Ity hit V I a-i3.'W.
Swine Iflti at tnarhel ; Ity hu IJalje per lb.
DlilGHTON OATTI.i: M AltKKT Deo. '..
At nrirkel IiVlil Callle, IVOO Stole', A pahs Work
ing Oxen. t'uws ami Calves, !W)o blieeji and
l'KIC'f lire! Catlle I'.Mra SC,.r0; .M qul'lity C ;
do .'1,50; ttldo ?lf't.7f.
Stori. Yearlinijs H, la.ia ; Two years olt 10,
13 v'J.'i j 3 old IT. 1 .
Voai;tMi Oxk.n NoHiIrs noticed.
Cows avp Cai.vi.8 916. Ill, 21). 5!rt.a3fc.'0.
SntKP ami l.iviis flfi- Itfv'i. Ilxtra $lftl
vnsi:i 'Sc; leinl li '.lie: hit Ilojpt Uojf.
Itemarks .Maiket day ne.M eek will lie held on
Vednedav, tt lust, on iiccount ol Tiianksgi viiij;
Tiie Ptlusi ol th .Ma?. Institute awatded to
Ayr' :licmj I'ect'iral liy 1'rof. Wi.nvrF.u when
Cliairmaii ol iheir Coaiuiiuec on Chemical" )i nnv
on rxliiliiiinu at the Aim nean College in ilii.i city.
'It is st with the i.ied.illon aw.-id of the thp-''
iire.it lnsiituii s of rt in this country ; mid nlso tin
tiohl .lednl ol' tae Medical ln-uuile at Nnple
Surely iln." cJiueovery has received Hie honor ol the
lircat, ns well ai ihe t'r.mtuile of the liumhie nearer
1'liilad. Sat. Caimcr. wll'inol
ill a v v i c i).
In Concord X. II., on the ICth inn., by Rev.
lloiiton.J. F. Calli.it.oI Hurl, nst on, to Miss Han
nah A. linoww.ol Concord.
On the '27th ullimu, in Hro. .kl.i n Cn:m, . by the
Itfv. Cr.o .1. Tu.LnTso.-;, Mr. f.EOItHK H.
WHKATON, ol Iiurlhifiton, to Miss ANXR I".
STOUIW.of Hiooklj n.
In Orwell, on Tue-Jay Uvcriins. the Id iiiftant
hy the Rev A Hvi.i:. ol Heiison, HHNUY I.
DOUtHO V.-q , Attorney and Counsellor at Iiw
of San Fiauci'Co, Calilornin, to Miss O.MIItA. H.
liOTTUM, daughter ol Hon. I.essr.i.L Han I'M Jr.
P i c ij .
At Portage, Columbia Co., Wis. Sept. Oth of
whoopiuj cniiL'h, Cvr.e.s, C. si". 11 ol Cyrus U. and
Dlwahelh Soiilli, aged !en iiionthf.
At the fi;ne pl.u-e, Nov. 5th of bleeding ol the
LuiiL's, Cvr.es 11. Smith, a?ed 37 years.
Vcrmmit Papers please coy;.
c a IT 0 i i c c 5 ,
" E. '!s.iri:B' EIaJe.
JE tho Subset ili'M-s, linvm lieeli np- I
pointed bv the Honorable the Probate Court .
lor the Distiict of Chittenden, cninmi !-ioners to re-
ceive, ex-iinine, nnd adjust tie-claims :iml denriiuls 1
nf ull persons, against the estate of Dr. a sin is Chap- I
til, late of Wilh-ion in said District, deceased, lep- I
icsetited insolvent, and also all cl'ims n ml demands
Hthibire'l 1:1 (ff.ei thereto ; and ix nm libs fumi the
day id the dale le'tenf, binu al.owed hy viul Court 1
for thai piirpo-e, we do tlierel ire herein- civ-' noti'-e,
tint we will niieiid m the business I our iip-iomt- i
tnent, at the dwelling of .Mary D ('I ipm, iuUiI-li-to'i,m
sail District, on the 1th S.itnr.Jiis of .Ian- !
uarv ntul .May next, at 10 o'clock, A.M. on each ol i
said d ivs !
Dated, this Sid day ol November A I), lfil.
JDSSD Tl! fl.MPSON,
WUlGH'l' i 'LA It K,
'oni missm iters.
Subscribers, bavin" been :ip-
pi. mteil I'V li. ' iionorauie toe l rooaie LOiiri
lor the Disinet of ChiltHideii, coir.ini t-loncrs to re
ceive, tx'imine nnd tidju-t the claims and demands
ol nil persons ainni'l the estate ot Norman At
wood, lale ot Charbitte, in said l.'st.'lct, deceased,
repiesented llisoivent. olid also a 1 c I'iinw and de
in mils iwhi'uied 111 oli'-el tlier'to; a id si. inomlis
Iniiii tin day ol llie il.ile hcreol, b-i in; nlhnved bv
sail Court lor !h it purpose, we do th erelore hereby
give notice, lint we will attend to the business nf
our appointment, ai th" dwelling ol Widow ol De
criiM il in Cliar'olte, in ud Dnir ct. on the Second
Sum days ol Febiirm nnd .May next, at III o'clock,
A. 1., oil e.'.ch nl si,j i i.
Dated. ilu nth day of N'ovemhe-, i. 1). 1S51.
hUUK li;.wi:,nwoi:tij,j ,....,,...,
GllAULLS D. PlilNDLD, S ,-""""'e-'ollI'rs
S. 15. ItAGLDY'S I'STATD.
WJF. tho stibsi'iibers, lmvinjjlu'cn iippoiiit
e.l bv the llonornblr the Prohati' Court forth
District ol Chitlend' ii.commis-ioners to receive, ex
it mi'ie and ndju t the i hums and deinp.nds ol all p-r-suis,
ae iinsi ibe e-iate ot Solon 11. liaehv late ol
Milton in Slid District, deceased , represented ilisol
v Mit, and also ail cinmn and d"imnds exhihilrd in
ofLet thereto ; and si inonihs from the day ol the
d ue hereol, being allowed by said Court lor that pur
p i-e.we do tlieieloie hereby give police, that we
will ntiend to the business olour nppointiuenr, nt the
dn-'llmsof liiiiuli lligley iu Milton in said District,
oi th. lenili davs o February nnd lu'iirch net, at
hi o'clock, A. M .oil each ol aid da) s.
Dated, lhi litli dav ol .-seplemher. A. D. ISM.
A. G. Ili ri'DMOIti:, 1
I'.KNJ FAlUCltlLD, Comm.
wlvv3 TIVO D PDAHL. )
'pill Ax.viT.tr, Uommit.vicatio.v or Tin:
S. Grand Lialu'e of Vermont will he liolden n
Mason's Hall, m Itiulingtou, on tin' Second Wednes
day in J ininry. 1 1 Irt.VJ, at U o'clock A. M., and the
.Mnson c Constitutional Convention tor lr.1111105 a
new Constitution, will beheld the day picvious, ut
the h I llie plliee
Uyoidtrol ihe M. W. PHILIP C. TFCIiT.K,
JOHN II. HOLLDNHF.CIv,
December fl. (Iflt.twS i
IIIi 11 01 1) KKIKS!! !
21 XlS"Y ' S ;
A Larue a'soriment of Muslin and Cambric
t- "ines.nnd Inseriincs.
Urounht l.ace Dnderslecvts,
do Linen Hdkfs ,
IV fi'l'A Ti: SUA 117, ?,
Waterloo .... Shaw Is,
Scotch ..... j,,
" Itemeniher Ladiet that for n few dnllsrsyoii jet a
new Shawl, and eomc iru fashiniiril I olhun," ttc,
itc. at HIXHY'S.
October 17 d.twtf
Bennington Stone Ware,"
RHI-YKA & ALDRICII iiavi: just iti:-
B? reived at Iheir Ciockery and Gin's Wme House
nn assortment ot Stone Ware ol lieniiingtnn maun
faclu'e.mch an liutter I'ots, Flower l'ots, Ac .which
they arc prepared to sell ut the manufacturers bill
(jrman Vases & Colognes,
TIMi Snwitinniis nwi: jfst nprxni a
il l'nck'i"e of Gerinau Vacesol ilitTeretit sizes . I
ir of New Stylet Hohemiill I oloaiics, vvlin II they
i in r tni mic vcrv low nt Ihe Croekeiy and (il.i-
vv Jieh il'
J I LM I DPIt II I
' 11 OS TON A I. 31 A N A C
Will be Published on Monday, Ike. 2-'.
list or i:miii:lmsiimcts.
ji,i,i;.vriiA'no:v.s hy un.LiNrs.s.
A Map ot Doslon, wiih the New Fire Districts in
colors, illusiratmi; a Deseiiplive Sketch of the
.i'ew Svflem ol Fire VlnniH.
A Itichly'liiisiraved Title Puce.
Viuuetic for the Guv Depiinneii!, with Likeness ol
the newly elected'. Mayor ol Huston.
Viuoette Inr the State Department, with Likeness of
Viijnette ol Kational Depatlaieiit, with Likeness of
VK'rtof Illncl.slone Suujic.
SteuinerS. S Lew is, (lull page,) Clipper Ship K.
H. Foibes, Fraiiklni Sliest, May Vnrd.Chaileston,
Collcc- Lihtarv, L' uiibrulije, Ciiohituate Aqueduct,
Newton, .MtissichiM'tt Oeneral llofpinl. l!oton,
(lull paire,) SMic U.'lonn School, Weslburo', do,,
In-line Astluni. Worcester, do.. Cnited Stales Arse
nal, Spruulield, do , Twelve Calender Vicneitcs.
The work coiitninini: twenty-nine fine ciiRravinj;s.
TAUI.H Of UO.VTHNTN.
Pictorial Sketches of HoKtoii and Vic'nity. City
I'.lection of Dec. 8, 1S5I. I'.niincial Department,
wiih Statitic. Sanitary Deinirtnient, with statis
tics. Fire Department, with Dxplaiialory Sketch ol
the New System ot Telccitiplnc Fire Alarms. Pub
he Sihools. Public Ch.iri'able Iiilitutions. Water
Works, and Water Tarill'. Couitsm llintnn. Su
oetinleodeiits. i-nrvevoi. and other Officer?. Cllv
Police. Iliisiucs Dnectorv. Streets and Wharves.
Islands m Huston llaibor. Omnibus Lilies. Halls,
lllocks, l'ubhc ltiiilihuus, nnd Institutions. Offices,
Libraries, .Market. Places ol Amusement. Kail
m.id Mationo.'iurJ rretalit Uep'iis. Lhurclics.nocie-1
ties, N'ewpi eis. li.inks, liisiiiaiice Conip .nies
Custom llous-, Sub-Tieafury. 1'ost Ollice nnd 1
liates ol l'n.t iL'e. .Mihtn. Steamer and rackets.
Calendais and lilank .Meiunrmda I'ats.
Dleetion ol Nov.. sjl, iiiciuduig acarelully pre
jiaied Table ol the Senate 11 nil House of ltepresell
talivi s, tuina tlv 11 ones of the members, and their
1 political elas-ihcalion under the three party oruani
I z-ilions ; also the patty rliainte 111 town deleisations
j since lat year j ami thr Fractional Hepresentative
I '1'emisol the ui ili towns, showing tho years remain
I Hip, to each d'irii.g the piesent decade.
' Olliceisol Departments ol the Slate Government
; County Officers. Seion ol Courts.
I NATIONAL Iir.l'AIlTMr..NT.
National Oove-nment, with .Members of Conrefs
politicalli' designate I. ,
Hie M-venui eiini, "iimraij ine 1 ree line,
Free ('olored nnd Slave Population, Federal Hi pre
seutative I'lipulation nod 1 tiiclions, Numbered itep
resetiiiuive,and lce-s or nam iuce the last term.
Governors of ull ihe Slates, their Salaries, nnd
term ol office.
General event ill ISM. l!iprs in ISM.
Himnd 111 Cloth, Gilt, ornamented with new Dies.
The whole voinpii-iug nmrly "no pases, in line
print; embod mii the pubs'ance, and nearly rs much
in ninount, as Hie large bvo volumes of General I11
lorniaiion, V () It 2 .) V K a v a I
Lxlra Uiwlhu; for Holiday (Sifts !
Orders should be nddres-ed luime.iiately to .Mers.
H. II. -MFSShY !. CO, Publishers, S!'J Coinhnl,
I'oston, to eiisme a prompt lu'tilment.
Sold at all the usa.il places throughout New Lhig
lanJ. DMI!I'.LL k MOOltD,
December P. d.twtf
WINTER SUPPLIES I J
sive Stock of Staple Dry Goods. ,Vc. disimied
expressly lor the lobbing Trade Ihivina 111 lar.-e
lit i' II f'UillMt II" lit lMH.HU V i :!-
nuns hive beep made wim much care in the present
dcpies-ed s:ate ol the Markets, We feel (pule confi
dent thai ojr Stock has been advantageously bought,
and it wtb be disposed ot at corresponding rates.
The intention nl purchasers is earnestly sohctied.
Our nsjoitment ol Amricin Prints is now more
evtnisive i.iid disirable then ever heloie ; nnd as they
vvcie Purchased diiect horn the .Manufacturers'
Audits by ihe packace, at unii-iial low prices, we
tan oiler them nt the most livorable rates.
We disne the canlull examination of dealers in
,M. NOYF.S it CO.
Nov. 20. Isjl- dtl
X Cases Ticks, .', 1 talcs Mariners Stripes,
!i do Coiset Jiaus, D i!n lirow n Driiis; lor sale
hy 4"t 1. iU t;s it LU.
llules Wiel:iuj.', 15 do Uiiitint?, Ill)
do Wadding, 10 do Cotton Yum ', lor sale
.M. NO YDS &. CO.
,NnVf tuber "0.
O A Hales Drnwn Sheninos, .'1 Cases
Hleuched do. 1 C.-se Hleached Drills, fnr
sale low hy M. NOV F.S it CO.
Tl ASH ! We pay Cush nt fill tiirn". for
J Furs nnd Pelts. .M. NOYDS & CO
Nov ember. 20. dll
Siitine-tp. Ciissiincrcs, 5:c.
Cases Satinets ! do CJrnv Cloths, H
(iu Fancy Ciissiiuei.'e, " do Black Casspneres.
For sale low tiv
VI. All V .S .V. UU.
C O III I) S I
'"lflfi 7- ''"''y Combs, O.'O iloz. Uorv
f-''' do, aiKl doz C ii. F, do., for sale by
M. NOYDS it CO.
November 20. dlf
f Cases Colon tl C.tmbrics, 'J do Colton
Flannels. 1 do hiietins : for sale by
M. NOYDS it CO.
November 20. dtf
(y.Sl lbs. Cotton Thread. White nnd ns.
orlec ,?()(! lln Luicn do ; 1000 dor. Spool,
do 100 lbs. "sowing ."silk and I wit liir sale by,
M. NOYDS i-c CO.
Nnv. 20. dtl
511TSHRS! I.tujro nssortineuis of till
kinds, and nl lew prices will be found at
THDO. A. l'DCK'S
December 2. l .tvvtf
JKHFUJIKS nnd Ilttir Oils. One of the
yreatesl varieties to select from out of the rilies,
at. 1 lll.u. A. I'litn a.
Deeeinber 2. ihtwtf
iOTASli first tiuulity bv tho disk and
at retail hy
D ml.er 2.
THDO A. PDCK.
T linvo leccivnl n lot oCCi.oaks, whioli
we fhall keep ouiale one week, nnd if the Il
ilies wish a Clonk, thev can select lrom the lot at
New York prices, belore returned
1. 1). Hl.XHY & CO.
December 5. d vvtf
BKXXJJIT A; KULLCfltt,
AKoi'iicys and Counsel lors
Uloel; .Yorth Side 0 Ihe Park
DLLIOT D. KKLLOGG.
IS DKWHY 1! STIMi AT HIS POST, WITH
a much larger slock of Groceries and Provis
ions, linn he has before dflercd 10 the public.
All vvho nre in wnnt nf nnythinc which a first
rn.etiiocery nnd Provision Store ought to furnish,
nre n quested to call mid see if their wants can be
Customers will reeoleet the i-jj(o of this Dstnb
liihinent ".-III goods noi nthrrwise represented, nre
wnrrnnied perfect, nnd, tinilmz to give entire satis
faction, may be returned, and thr mxtiry will he re
llliuled )eo 2. IK5I
HH'.VlilJ ('nilcttioiiitiy, C
l (It - Lo? e for tale tiy
Jiile, Fire & Marino Insu
rance .voitTn-WKSTnn.v i:.suiianci: t:o.
With a Ccfh Capital of
Gi:0UGi: FISH Ell. President.
Apply to Wires ij. 1'eck, Aueni.
COXNKCTICL'T MIV INSUKANCtf Co.
With a Cash Capital of
R. W. (HtKCNK.Piesldent.
Apply to Win- tV Peck, Agent.
N. V. VKOTIICTION l.VSUHANCi:
JOHN STItYKKR, President.
Apply to Wiies Peck, Agents.
L'TIC.V IXSL'KANCi: COMIUNV,
CAI'lTAli OO t.
Apply to Vire ,j. IVck, Agents.
X. V. STATU .IH'TI'AL 1XKIJRAXCK
lnure on the .Mutual and Cnsh System.
OLIVEIl II. PALM DR. President.
Apply to Wiies ij- Peck, Agents.
AMUUICAX alCTCAI, LII'U IX. CO.,
XcV II a on, ("oniiecllciit.
5 10 0,000.
!!. SILLI.MAN, Piesident.
Apply to Wiies tj- Peek, General Agents.
V. MPU IXSCUAXtT. COMl'AXY,
11I1 a Giiili Snrphn ol
M0IUII9 Fit AXKLIN, President.
Applr 10 Wires A: Peck, Agents.
Si-jit. -, 1n")1 ' U-.:im
AX MIMUNSU SIOCK or
ft'SOHOFAS CASH STORE
1.-.0 ciirnni stkkbt.
Jlf II. N. hns been in New York iV I'os
lljs ton, the last two weeks Inn ing Oondu, and in
consequence of the extreme K'arcityol money, many
kinds of Goods bnve been .SVrnirrd urtion,and
he has been able to purchase Goods at dbotit his
own price, nnd coii'-eqiieiiily he ha bought a 1'r;;
Lin st Muck of ull kinds uimlly kept by him.
I) u y a o a n s
of every kind. All the new .nvei of Dress Gond, 1
larce assortment nl all Wool and Cot'on it Wool
De Lnines, new and beiiutihil patterns, some as lov.
a? I'd per vnrd : Silkimd Wool Plnids and I'ophns,
Kreocn Merinos. 'I'hibels. Cohnres. I'arameitis. A1-
pines, bombastic Alpaccasand Lustres, Ginghams.
Calicoes, itn., ,tc 1iu, a good stock of Dress and
Mnntilla Silks nnd Satins.
DsinnotuiRiis. I'.wv-u-.&c.a lare stock ofeve.
rv kind at low pti;e. Aio evuy kind of While
Goods. ,vrv low.
sua wns, sii w ns.
f00 Phaw'i, cmhr.'icnur nearly every i'.nd.from
.'Deis., to iji.'). Jhii) Slntr Shawls at the lute re
duced prices, new mid heaulilul Mv les. Avrryhnse
stock lirocha Slmw s, a. I prices, colors nnd qualities ;
Cashmere, Thibet and Bilk Hhivvls, wrought, plain
i and figured, with mane ivh-r nv'i s
1 i, i x 1: x : o o s .
j Shin, Teble and Clrimb"r Luiens nl low prices. A
i hill Stock ol Unsiny unit (Tnre.. Cloths, Cas-nnerei,
Doe fcktllS, ij.lttllietls, 1 WeeJ, eslltigs, and l.i
7'.,.''ip. ll'iti. ..j. .S") itt nn I 'frieec.
, i,,.,,.. r'r: i,, c..tj ,,f l.ml Cmet.erv
, c ' all ,;;nt, Waf( n j y HnnchiM, at cost
(J ,.j (,,, f-j nil.
.ookiui! ('Iass"c. Live Geee Festhers, DufTalo
Holies and Groceries all at eitientely low prices.
( m ; ' : v.s' 'A itPH'i's .'
Carpetin-r, Floor Od Clnih, Straw .Matting and
Printed llockins In consequence ol the fntlute of
the Thompsonville Co., and lioxhnry Co., Mr.
Niehcls has oeen abie to purchase these Goods at
much les-s thin the him ol .Mnnulactuiiiirf, and i:
able to give ureal harciains iu Catpetincot whiih
he has every quality lioin Cotton I'nrpe'inr nt Is. per
yard to the iie.-t ot the e ply nod Tapestry flrti-selU,
:iso Stair Carpetiliit, Huns, Door .Malts, .v. c, at
No 150 Church Street.
Huihnmou.Oct 15. ISM. dXvvtf
Fall & Winter Ciotiiing,
CLOTlllSU YA REHOUSE.
AV1NG Just received an lulditirm of
Gents, mid Youths Cloihinc to our immense
Stock, we are now teadv 10 ofi'er Clothing at such
prices as cannot tail to sun Customers.
Would be h ippy 10 see his Old Customers, nt the
htorc ol A r . W oealou. iv. t.o , Collece btreet,
where he will attend to ull orders 111 t tie hue ot his
Our nesnrtnient nf Clothes, Cassnneres, Doeskini 1
Veiling, itr , is pucil that we cm please the inon
pirticular, nnd .vill warrant a peifecl lit. We do
our own work, and warrant it sii Wuir lo most and
mlerior to none j lo convince we p.spi nlullv solicit .
a tnde. A. F. WHDATON it t'O
October 51 d.tvvif
"F ALL GO "ODSi
Eciivs;oi'- GStinsiot S(oro. '
rl'.ST ri'ceivi'd ti hxttia Stock of I'nll
Goods rnusiMing ol almost every article iu the'
Stiaw'and Silk Ronnets constantly on hand, also 1
a larce Mock ol ibbon con-stinc of over siv hun- ,
died dilierent Styles, and at prices that cannot fail
to llil. ' I
The public are invited to call nnd examine in)
Millu.erv woik done at Short Notice.
PL UN HAWSON.
Hurlington, Oct. 16, iK w Zinos
ii;t(.rili' ESaiid. !
GEO. P. BERKLEY, j
ripF.ACIlhU ot Duiiciiij;, liiivin-.' formed !
A. a conncelion with JAMHs KKN DALL, cf 1
llo-lon, is prepared to Inrmsh.the best ol Music, for
Halls, Cotillon parties, Private parties ivc , on the
Shorlest Notice. j
Fiom two to l'isht Instruments will be furnished,
as desired. Address
GDO. P. HDIiKLi'Y. I
.Milton Vt., Sept. 21. ditvvt
Jleeeivnl bu F.. SMITH, ,V CO.
milHOKY of'lltii.iai. I'rootvssiou.
JL Sacred Slreains "
llulc&Mlsiueorthe F.nc'.nh in Alticiica.by
ihe .Vnihor Sam Slick it.
Finest Llie and Forest Trees.
! he Lniy and the tee.
The Scourge ol the Ocean, a uniy of the Allan
tie. The Lady and the Priest, by Mrs. Mnbeily.
Kinckeibi'cker. tor October.
llitorv of my Pet, by Grace Greenwood.
Ne.mders, History nl the Chrt-tiiu Kehgion ,t
Cli'irch, Translated hy Prof 'l'oriey.
The Memori.il, lllti-trand by Mary E Hewitt.
The Gnllni.nl o Shakcpeaic's Heroire's, trans
lated hy Mnrv Cowden (.hiike.
'I he World,' I'rojresj, a Diciminry nl Dates,
The Company A'ter dinner tab e talk.
Alli.in Itv ine outhor ol Lndv Alice
October 10. ISit.
Firmer & Merhsnj;,
11 ntlKec "Notion, 3 "
Clinton Air Tight,
Coal Stoves of veiy dtrcriftion,
Six plate and I'ailor Stove o every descriptio
Stovpiiip", StuvTrimincs, Hallow Ware, Ac.. A.c
Qs't.l. ISM. d'Jw&wil K.I1RONSON.
E3("sl i 11 uric vs Tor
BAY STATE SHAWLS
THIS DAV Received, 100 Hay Stnlo
A Shawls direct from the Manufactory, which will
be told ut the ajent'c prices, bv
,, , J n men Aims,
n.vwtf College Street,
AIR Ton ni.v.Mii.Mi Rnu'tii
Gray Dan Wl's'iers Lvthicvvr A . in
own ( ',r o i e V lfi i f r nr h
d I III O ri VK
Vcgtablc Pulmonary Iialsam,
Ti e CVfe li-mtihj for ('"tight
(..""V-. Colili, nod Coimumjiliuii, niter a
"'XvicIt ,tl!i' '""'lyf"! ytort, slatids by
s5?iftllJ,!lt'nllnof,t K'''lli'l corn lit, at the hrni.
'3 ellr "tud0' C'cuphWl,ciic. Itistheonly
Hil dnid iitlde that has fully sits
t-irid lis yest and constantly
srowing Kpitnlion, for fo long a
period of time, ftlnny eminent
pi ysiciaus dj not hesitate to ac
knowledge its superiority, nnd with entire confidence
to recommend It to their patents, ns a superior prep
aration, which has been found to be perfectly sale,
convenient, and highly efhcnciou? in all diseases 0!
he Thruat, Lnnttn, and L'hest. One who has used
it thus speaks of it,
"Clinton PAns, N. Y., Dec 26, 1810.
Mefsrs. Reed &. Cutler, Nearly seven jears ago
I had a violent attack of iiilhmation of the lungs,
which was treated by my physicians with the moil
powerlul remedies, but with little ellcl, for the abate
ment ol violent pains about my chest. .My cough
wns ulmost incessant, accompanied with expectora
tion of the most putrid nnd olhnsive kind, a part of
the lime mixed with blood, both of a dark and pink
color. Several large ulcers broke 011 my lungs
which came nenr kulfucatliiii me, I bad continual
ni?,ht weats,and was reduced almost to a skeleton.
.My case was considered hopeless, not only by the
physician", but hy all who saw me. Accidentally
hearing from a neighbor ol the effects which the
Vegetable Puhno'.iary Halsatn had produced in n
similar case, I wns induced to try it. liefore I had
ued one bottle I begin to improve, nnd hy the use
of four bottles I was restored to usual health. 1 had
used a variety ol other medicines which gave tne no
relief. A few weeks ago I was similarly tiltncked,
and I am now using the Balsam with the same ben
eficial results. 'Fills statement is unsolicited audit
costs you nothing, hut if it wi I be of any service to
any one, my object is accomplished.
(Signed ' W.M. P, NOXDN",' P. ,M."
Nov. 1, 1$M. New Certifcatee, to almost any
extent, might oe niiueci 11 neenieu necessary j out t lie
prcprietors feel that the niticle has become so univer-;
silly well known, and its virtues s0 Ceneraliy ac-
knuvvleuged by physicians nnd otlirs,ns to make it
unuecessarv 10 off-r. al lhl time, luiher uioof of the
merit ot this hichlv oonular article.
Deware 0) Coiinteifeits and Imitations,
such as Carter's Compound I'jhnoiiary Hilsain,
American Pulmonary ll.'ilam, nnd others, in part
hearing the name' Enquire 'or the article by its
whole mine, the
"Vegelnble I'nlmonniy IJnlsnn,"
and see it lias the written signature cf Wji. Jon'.v
Cun.r.a upon a yellow label, 011 the blue wrappeis,
Lach bottle and seal is stamped " egetablc Pulmo
nary Halam "
Prepared by Iteeii, Cutler Ar Co., Importers
and Wholesale Dealers in Medicines, Paints, Chem
icals and Dye Siulfs, 2'i India Street, Hoston, and
sold by Druggists, Apothecaries, and Country .Mer
chants generally. For particulars and reccoinmen
clatinns.see a pamphlet accompanying each bottle
Pi ice 10 cents, lor sale in ll'irhriiiion by SMITH
&. ItlCHAI! 03 and A. C. SPEAR.
November 1-. wiOmosC
1 rF-ilII." feienmi iiphh r.f it,,. l,.rr.t,nnt'u
IB,, vrocK1IOU 'Rs ot ''" "Whanl s
! Hank are requesied to meet at the llankinahouse
December 1 1 111 lMSL.at I
10 o'clock a. M , by order ol the board ol directnis. :
T. FOLLLTT, President.
Burlington, Nov. PJ, IS5I. vv2lw3
ll.WF, this, tiny given my son Henry j
Ilarlt. his time during the remainder ol his Mi-
nority. I sha'l not claim any ol Ins earnings here
after, and will not pay any de.xtsof Ins contracting,
from and alter this date. 1
DNOCH II HAItTT.
Wilh-lon, Nov. IS, 1. p. lt-51. w21w3
Northern New York
Live Slock Insurance Company,
INCOP.l'ORATKl) JULY lSfll,,
Capital $.10,000, paid in.
OtKcc Plaltsbxtrzh, .V. V.,
JAMF.S FAHH, President.
GEor.'Jr. MooaE, Secretary.
fTIHIS Company insure two thirds of Cash
Jl value oi Ilor'es, Catlle, Live Stock and valua
, b'e Iieasts for one year, or lei", and on the Mutual
ijdnn wiih premium notes-, or on the dish prnmum
( without note) at ill" option ol the person insured;
I and their rates cover ah nsl; resulting 111 death either
by fire, icuttr, nridenl or disetxtt.
1 The responsibility 01 ihis Cuuipmy isund'vuhird
j tlr rates are established with relerenceto the various
J risks and the resul's known lrom experience, and it
is confidently believed that they are lower than the
rates charced by other like Companies, and o low
as any sueli Company cm take and sustain itself.
j With the ample security nflhrded by tins sound in
1 surance Company, the investment invaluable hor-
se ami live smcK mav De maue as ! us 111 nuild
ina nnd Goods, in Vessels nnd Merchandize nn
1 which investments are so eagerly sought, and geper-
i ally effected.
With strict prudence nnd economy in conducting
the sflinrsof I lie Conipany, with lair dealuiit and
prompt payment of alt losses, the Directors solicit
the patroiini;' ol tne owners of every description ot
Live Mock in .orthern 1 ermont.
Please call on the Subscriber and examine the
Ofiiee, North side Colleze Street, 4 doors East of
Church Street, (Turlington Vermont.
11. PAUL, Acent.
November 21, 1R51, wtl
ftOlT LI VKR OIlTI'iik Ti:v7A7Ta'rE
J and the nicest m inarkt. also Cod-Liver-Oil
Candy lor sale hy THF.O. A. PECK'.
December 3. iLtwtf
TsSIJ.-s?sSvS! Still ,xothi:r supply
of those sipcnor Heiniia Trusses received and
roraieat THEO. A. PECK'S.
OSaiili ol' CSiirJiisloti.
rVTOTUD is hereby cjven , that a .Meeting ol the
is Stockholders ol i'he Hank ol Burlington, vvM be
holden at their IDiiiiini; House, on the Second Tue
day ol January ne.vt IH'h proximo, for the purpose
ot Electinj; Seven Uirc i Ms lor me enfumj year.
li. G. COLE, Cashier.
Durline'on, Dec. 10 dfi:,.w3vv
R. IIKINKIIKRC cnminitps lo visit
Ilurlincton every Wednesday and Saturday, lo
Counsel and Prescribe. Ghronie cases tteated, and
Surgical opperations performed, ns usual.
( 'Ihce at I'heo. A. Peck's Jispen-nry, where will
be lound the German remedies used by the Doctor.
Hours from IU A. M., to a P.M.
July 211, '51 dstw-Hmos
1ELTEA & ALDRICfl
woiiiti respecttul.y inlorm the Citizen of llurhnk'ton
and vicinity thai thev have removed lrom Stetson's
Hloek 111 Church-sirt'i't, to the
u.v uavtnvv unit mw bl-
COiliMJCi-! a: Tti EC S-V,
' recentlv built and titled eipresiy for their business.
I I.I A W.M. mnue lurie ouciuohhoi Aew i.,oo,ls to
' 1 J .'heir lormer Mock, they nre now funy prepared
10 oi"T a miicn iarm rn::n nenei seiecteu siocu 01
Silver Plat'd & Britannia Ware,
tabu: cuti.krv, ti: t, ....rs. cni.Ar, i.amts
Aro., 'kc. A:c,
than was ever ien re o.ti'red 111 ihe State. n ni
which wi I be sold at less prices th u oati de bought
at any oil',ere(ia!iln.hinemm New Ensiand,
HOSTON not i:xoni'n;.
Weiranort our own Crockeiv fim,, ,t,. m
turets in statlordshire, LnCiaiid, and cannot, noi
l'iiiii If undex snlil.
All persons in want ol Roods in m,r In., -sr,
35 per cent by callms ;,t the only Crockety Waie
Import nn; House in Vermont.
.Mercn mis nuyp-.g , nunin.ran he eurplied at
ItoiiiMi nr t .l WM...1 1. 1, '
;' '"I" " noiisiiie i ricia.
ColleRe-SV. liurlllii!totl, Dec.'J, 1S;0. d,&-Wtf
9 ADOZ. SifiNAt, L.f-'TquNs roa Steam
v noats and Vetseb. for silt- low bv
HELYF.A .t ALlmiCII.
Iiadies Snow Shoes.
F A Ul do von wnnt to kccnvmir fi
Hi dtv and warm' if to get some of UIXltYS
anow iiocks cost onlv ,'0 centa.
No. 0 liank J.oek.Nov IS. dstwtf
Seoteli ool tfliirts A- Drawrr?,
'IAI1F. htst vvmler gonren's r r" ! , .1 Go ti
I HItY s)H e.eih.i-i
No " Paul, P'"i N if. J,V
Ten Thousand Dollars Wottftof
rPJI E Subscriber will pny cash, 011 delivery, $20.00
1,7, '!','r ";ll"S,(";l"lla ?' Co' Husks, stripped
Irora the knob, and delivered at the fbllownu plncej
At L. IJ. Green . Go's Biarch Factory, near
Fny'j Corner, In Itichiiiond. ' '
Al S. Ward &. Go's. Factory Milton Fall'
ylt my place ol .Mnnulactory, nvnr Stowe Vlllaire.
lsoBlAlwitpehr Village. Ke-
'I he IIuks must be well dried, so ibat ther will
keep in a large body without injury, or us dry asny
tanner would wish them to fid Ins beds.
V II If I l"l'H I'tirU
Montpeller, Sept. IS.lb.M.
Time of reeeiving Huiks in' he at follous t
yii .tiotiipeiier they vvnl be taken at any nine alter
the JOth 01 October until the first ol February, next.
;.' -",-' '"V"'," fct-'o's. Faclory.in Hlchmond, on
luetdny and Wednesday of each week from No
veniher first to January first. 4t .Milton Falls 011
1 hurday. I ridi.y, imd Saturday, ol en( b week, from
November hrsi to Jimuary l.'.th neXt. ,it Stow.,
on 1 nday ond fcatiirdny of each week from tiigt ol
November to 15th of January next.
fsT' Farmers will please bear f-i mind t' e tune
ppecihed to carry their Dusks to Market, as there
wl l be no one present to receive end pay lor ihe some
only at the time above mentioned, llso please bear
the tact in mind that a pound of husks will fr'cb ai
much as a pound ol corn. F 0 K
The undesigned cili7eii of Mnntpelier Herlin.
Uilliston, liarre.nnd Middlesex, uld respectfully
t iy to the fanners in this vicinity, and obrond. that
we have paved our llitsks.the past jear.for .Mattraf
innking, nnd find it ns profitable, if not moreso.tbuu
any pan ol the Corn (-rowing business, and would
rccotnmei d to all far nnd near to encourage ihe en
erprise. If taken hold of right the extra work ! hut
rilhrg. 1 ne huss will much more thnn pny for
harsesiing ih? corn, and we do not see why We may
not with as much propriety leave in our field, a
wast- 111 our barn-yards, n ton of corn, as a ton of
corn husks. Inr n tint nf ...:h j-.-i. , .
cash,. -it our home markels'more readilv than a 10a
ol corn. '
ROY LJLINN, U
now receiving from
Cook, Hoi and Par
of the most improved
patterns, which he offer
to the public ns low al
ran be bought in th
Mnni,rfl,.,.n. n, r:
Z-P Copper and Sheet Iron
wares, haighsh, Itumari
it American Strive Pirs .
at retail nnd whole-ale. Shop basement of Randall
. Huntington's building, corner College and ChurcU
Burlington, September II wl4mos3
TIIE GREAT llENOVATEH'OF
THE POVnHKIGN REMEDY FOR
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
AND ALL FORMS OP CUTANEOUS DISEASES.
Thce C'ur.p'.i'n'' e,-,r be "pcodily and effectuaj'T
cured by iiJ-np a lmtue of
Thoiisiitnls luivi; t'xperipiiccd its Salutary
eflects, and tens of thousands have witnessed it, un
til it lias ceased to be a question among the intelli
Sent portion of the coniHiunity
When the Ilr.ooD becomes lifeless and stagnant,
either from the effects ol Spring weather, chsnje of
climate, want of exercise, or the use of a uniform sa
line diet; this Compound Extract of Sarsapaiills,
wiM renew ihe dlood, carry ofTthe putrid humort,
CLES"SE the STOMACH.
UEta.'L.vrr: the hoyvels.
And imparl a tone rf lifSir to th; whole body,
IVmnlcs whose llnhlts nre Sedenlnry, nnd
who from the nature ol their occupation, exercise
but little out ot door, and 3it in a stooping posture,
crampi.na the chest and l'liiyi while at work, must
hive medical assistance, or nature will j-ne way
They need a strensthner of the constitution some,
thins: that will sustain the vital torres ; and Dr. S,
P. Towrisend's Extract of Sarsaparilla will at one
produce this effect.
ThisSarsnvmrllla was established iu the CTt
ol' New York, in 1SK), nnd it the only
Genuine lr. Towiisend's Snisapnrilla,
Dr. Jirs II. Cnn.To.N,an eminent and practical
Chemist, has the entire charge of the Manufactory,
and every bottle prepared for more than a year has
in- s-euoiunie uo.i .Ncuaiure ton green paper' oq
the outside wrapper of ev;ry bottle prepared sinct
Buv that with Dr. Chili
you will be sure nf getting tho Genuine Dr. Town
send s Sarsiparilln.
Principle QHice, iu New York, Si Nassau street
in London 355 Strand, next door
0, , , , 10 th ..yceum Theatre
t or bale, wholeri e and rem I l. T a pi'cv
Asent for liurhnctdii and Vicinity. ' ' '
fe:UL-i'iie Jil Academical.
nrilVi Winter Terji commences oh
X ednesday, November 26
; Kcorn, Washing, and Fuel, tl,!tt
i, , r ,j srJ- s' s','-'LDING,PRiXc.rit
Hakersfi-ld.N'ov. 5, 1S51. wl'Jw3
HT 11. RKt,nin Principal; aided by
. Competent Assistants:
.Mrs. W. H. lieldltlff.tejcher nf
.Mi's ij. il. Kend,tearh-rof French
;,!,r Curti, teacher ot Penmanship.
Ihe vv it ter Ierm beffinsnn Wednecdnv ,. :r.
and continues eleven leerks. Hoard
ed in goodlumilies lor $I.'J5 per week.
1 L'lTION 1'EU Qt'AKTEIt '.
Higher, including Maihematics,
Mumc, wim ue of Instrument, -Drawing
and Paiim-ur. -
. , J. S. riATT, Sect.
Colchester, Nov. 11, 1351. v.-i0v,3
BOLWTY LAND WARRANTS
GEO. II. WOOD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
.LVD GE.VKn.lL L.1.YD .1C,E.T FOR
triLL ATTEND to tha Location of
li Enid Warrants, the p-jrehase and Saleolland.
the pijmentol taxes, nnd to nil other business pvr
taming ion General Lane1 Agency.
He will give Ins personal atteiiiton to all business
entrusted to hun, nnd from his connection wjth the
Honorable Theidote Cnukrj., who was personally
enencrd m the fc- irvev o nearly a'l the public latiJi
now in maiiiet in Ifcoimn, is enabled to secure to
holr-era of arr.ims, who employ him, the most
desuable looaiions, '
Hon. J. P. Walker, U ri. t-emuor, MiiwauKee..
Wisconsin ; lion. Henry Dodge. U. S. Seuator,
Dodgevi le, ,s.0ns,j ira. Lawrencei
Hon. J. K t lander. Hon J. L Hussell.T. V. Ku..
sell. L-n , Northern New York ; Key Jphn Vheel
er, I) I)., J. A F G. bmith, t.fq,., Lawrence Brim
ard L'fi , eimont.
For fariher inlo-rnation in re-ard to urmsAe.
and the necemry docmnenu, sappiieij, byapriieaj
lion to the subscribers.
K1XF0KD it ADAMS.
Talent LSinc Paint,
J) Have ivst kkcv:ivi:d a svvvlx of
thls Pin t vvl'irh vje offer to the puolic, paaue
pertpr lo nue Lead. TI is Paint acqmrrsn creater.
i irihiess ti-m I "ad, and is, more durable fpr inndc
or .iiiide work It will not rub off, nnd may he
w-nMieil wnhout iniury Whn,- Li .ul turns yellow
o'tic white pres. vfMtsririii.-lpiii ,. K-or eHlt- b-f
. lltUM, f)i. . n,i x CO
i -itfl ' " 1 !-.
HE.NRV Nl'TT, C. C. 1N0, I.WER Hut, 3. C.
fu.vr, Ll;A.Er. Warren. James H. Scam. Ai.
1.1..V (.At.i.iso.v, Hom.i. Lawso.v, Jared Uould. Jr.,
r.i.AND Howard, Hiram Siblev. Stlti-u S. Sti.