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BUR I j IN (2 TON FltEH PliKSiS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20 J 853.
ffTTin: Vai.uk ov Pi.i-.cisio.n in Dix-ir- I thin. The editor (if tlio " Loader," nil Eng. ! lisli paper, quotes a story which may seiveto' elucidate (his : I The Mayor of l'al.iis h iving cue night inn foul of a citizen of the good town of Fulaise, (in those days there uas neitlior gas nor oil lamps) the .Mayor give orders next morning that no c.ti.en should go out at nighl wi.hout ! ,i, M d , ,' " "w ' k i m-'-ii. " You havn't read the ordinance, vou .-timid fellow! said the Mayor, in n passion. ''Ves, I have,'' said the Norman, "and there's my lantern, Hut there's no candle in it." rejoined the "The ordimtnrc s-iid nothing about (W," sjiiJ the scrupti'ous citizen. The next day appeared a now ordinance, n. joining the citizens to put candles in their Ian- terns. At nightfall the Mayor, anxious to sec tvhetherhis orders weie, obeyed, went his rounds again, mid once more run foul of the luckless bourgeois : " 1 have you litis time," siid tlr) M iyur, in a tury : you Have no lantern. " I.xcuso me, here it " Hut vou have no candle in it." u nl. I 1. ... I I . ii . . .. . win out i ave. ami uere it is, ami out o: -I .,.ilfmc. " IJ lit it isn't lighted,"' lesumed the exisnera- .tAn-ia ted Mayor. " l on snd nothing about Imhluiz the can - . . , 1 . " die ' quickly rejoined the hon',eo,s. ho another ordininc h.d to he isned, enjoin lannternV,UZel'" ' t!"'' " l,,uir ' CTJp'IIow to Kkk.i- Poon. li.iy ttto glas- pes of ale every day, at live cents eacii, a- mounting in one year to thirty -sis dollars and tifly cents; rmoku three cig.ns, one after each meal, counting up iu the course of a year to fifty-four dollars and scouty-fivo cents keep a .'"K og, which win cmi'iituc iu a year at least fifteen dullui woilh of pro ision, and a cat five more. Altogether this amounts to the sung little sum of one hundred and ten doll its and ttt cnty-five. cent sufiicieir to buy six bar rels of Hour, one bundled bn-hels of coal, one barrel of sugar, on , sack of coffee, a good coat, respectable dress, bc-ide- a frock for the baby, and hilf a dozen piirs of shoes moie or less. Just think of it ! (C"Ai.wavs IIaim'v Ai.wns (.'iii:i:rfl'i,. ' Why this constant, happy flow of spirits ' ' No secret, doctor,' replied the mechanic, ! have one of the best of wive, and when I go to work she always Ins a Kind word of encour agement for me, and w lien I go home she meets rue w ith a smile and a kia, and she is sure to be ready ; and she bis done many things during the day to , lease me, and I cannot find it iu my heait to speik unkind lo anybody.' Whit an inlluence. then, Inth woman over tho heart of man, to soften it, and make it the fount lin of i i ...i.t , . hheerful and pure emotion'. Speak, gently, , then; a happy s.nile and a kind worJ of greet- ing after the toils of the day are over, cost m -thing, and go far towards nuking a home h ip py and peaceful. U 1 Tho Concord, N. II.. correspondent of the New Yolk Herald, says that thre Ins been quite a rush at Concoid, oflate, of " second hand pilgrim', ' nieining those who go in for the smaller slices, such as minor euv.oui-hoiisc births, post-offices, ice, which afford a .sa'ary of.f lOCO to j'ViOOO per annum. One young aspirant for office, recently sent (Jen. Pieice letters urging his claim, r.ccompiinied hy his diguerreotvp", on the ground, probably tint ho was good looking, and therefore ought to ho permitted to " come in." BTYankcf, I'ntrhi'uis!-. Among the suf fen rs by the fire at Cardenas, Cuba, was the firm of Saffird &. Co., the members of which are Americans of the truo Ymkee stamp. Al though they were heavy In-cr, two days after ihe lire they atonis!ied the names by Jmiii" Hie foundations la,u (or a large -lone More. ! The people, uiiii-rd to such iclcrily of move- ' incut, thought Ihey wore digging for monev or ! valuables that had been lost, and w hen they heard they were building a ii'ie ilnrr, thev roll- I .l . !. ...i.:. r . i. . . . "P me winies oi uieir ejes, anu with lip-lif-cd hands walked away, exchiining "Ave Marie ! these Yankees are the devil 1"" B.T Lrrr.KAt. Co.mi'I.ianck Some years ago, the Yankee sohooner Sully Ann, under ro7n inand of one Captain Spoouer, was betling up Ihe ("o.-iticcticiu River. Mr. Conistock" ihe mate, was at his station forward, According to hii notion of thing", the schuoner wa geu ting a hllle loo near lo certain ' fhts," which lay along the larboard shore. So alt he goes to the Captain, and, with his hat cocked on one side, says : "Cap'n Sponner, you're getlin' leetle too cloe lo them Hata-had'nl you better iro about ?" To which Captain Spnoncr rcp'ied ; "Mr, Comstni k, jest j ou go for'ard and 'lend to your part of the skuncr, mid I'll tend to mine !'' Mr. Cnmtock went "for'ard," in high dud geon, and hallooed out. ' Hoys, see that 'are mud-honk all clear for lcttiii' go 1" "Ay, ay, fir all clear !" "Let go then ' " said he, Down went tho anchor, nut rallied the chain. and bke a flash Ihe Sully .7 n rain" lulling I into the wind, and then iirouniit nn nil ii,.,,,i I .Mr. Comstock walked afl, and, touching hie hat very cavalierly, said : "Well, Cap'n my part of the skuner is lo anchor!" llurpn's tig. fXT'Thc following story h is hei-n well told before, but it is good enough to UH agiin : His well known that Mr. Webster was a keen sportsman. Whm he went out gunning it was his frequent practice lo wanler ulono in search of birds to a considerable distance fron hwrie, and to places entirely unknown. On one of these occaaioni. as he was shooting on a piecG of giound covered with swamp,, ami mil; many creeks tunning through it, two dan. dy sportsmen thus accojteil him: " Hero old chap, wo cin't get over this creek ; if you'll carry us over on your hack, o'll give you a qu irler apiece.' -none, saiu me person inns accosted ; and f-.l .'.11 ' I ... r l fortniv jib he c irriod tr'oui acres, oiio after the (l " 1t'i,. . v r , "There , your money,' B,11(l one of them t yon seem a smart feller, what's vour name?" Daniel Webster." was the reply. Toe youths, looked at bin. s ,w such wathe case, mid apo'ogi.oil. " Never mind." ri'inarked Ihtnel . " vou're .1... r.-j. c. ..i'. n .-.. in', i... H'.i in, ins, rim s i . d il him in .i uiiiiriiMy, I. nt 111 1,,. ...j .t , . "1 - i ,'.',. ipi ii-..-.i- s. i.i r.-iiit.' , -v nu i ml 1. . 1 ""oi , , nr.., .., , ,. ,. vim . .n. 1 ,( IS 1 I'I I.I'IIS j, 1 t , I ITILMS AT IIOMIE AND AIMtOAD. -v; regret to lonrn that (Jov. Fairbanks lh '"'Pn called to Paris hy the dangerous il'- of ti son. The Governor leaves today (Wcdtics lay) in the steamer fro.n Host in Mvntj'thtr Watchman. Hon. Lnw.vr.i, J. Second Comptroller of .no Treasury has resigned his ,,.n,t ; -,...i , ... - KiiiiiiMir. inu oenaio. .Mr. Phelps, o tin lnr-l mil, intends to resume I'is liw practice at Uiirliugtoii. jjAnc Mr, nM . As ,10 Mllino l,!qiior Inw goes into operation on the Ud Tuesday of March next, and a County Com- ' iiiissioncr is to he elected on tint dnv, would suggest th it the election of Town olfl- Cjrs and this commissioner h- made the btisi- ne.is of ihe sime day. The selectmen nro authorised hy statute t'o call the annual Town Meeting anv time " iu the month of March,' nnd they will doubtless feo the propriety of such a course. j The warning mint ho twelve clays before the Mi Tucslay (the frth,) an I mils', specify the bit- iiness lo he transacted. A DoiH.r, Whonu'.d Deacon IJ ( !got into a bad pission, he was very cxpeit nt crHUiv on, nf it. Tl,l. i,.i. ....! i! was line i,ri , m;i ,!n..,u il, ,,....1,1 11 , .i,i' t ... it wotildn t in a suber moiiicnt, utter an oatli, or anything liho oiu, for his weight in cidor. 1 a, ii, t p , , , At tiie close ol n rainy d iv, he was milking in I ilH barnvnr(, . one shlu of )c wnH ft (,irv flough, nn I on the other a., old ram, thnl in codratio ut his usually quiet dio-mon, ' was allotted to run with Hie cows. The deacon "as quietly humming ''Old Hundred,' and had just tini-hed the line ending with "exalted ' high,'" h hen the rani, obeying a sudden impuUe . lo bo aggressive, gae bun a d'o.v, from behind, I that sent him up u short distance only to fall , dnecilv into the slough, where the dirty wan r was deep enough lo give linn a thorough im mersing. As he ctanled out, and before he rose from hi? bands and knees, be looked over his shouldeis at the ram, and vociferated, "Vou d d old ciias !"' but on looking around, and sot'ingoneof his neighbors at the bars I joking at bun, he added in tho same bieath, "if I may be allowed the expression." 'I'ho Rfi.t.NU passion was recently ex hibited in a remarkable manner, on the occasion of a funeral, An old lady had Inst her husband, and on tho d iy of the fnnnral her neighbors wore somewhat tardy iu appearing at the so lemnities. "N ibby,"siid the old woman, "hand mo my knitting : I might as well bo taking a few stitches while the gathering is taking place.' Finn i.v Tr.ev. On Sunday morning the extensive brick engine house and niachiin shop belonging to the Saralcgi it Ii.iHslmic Railroad Company on green Isl md, was con sumed. Tlit-re were three lucomolives in Hip b'lildiug at the time Hie lire occurred ; two were '"t out, but Hie other was destroyed, together "'.r(,e llirSa pieuger cars and n large siin-ii oi ionis ami inacmnerv i tip oss s i. 'iinnii'u i iruin ij,uuu to l-ijjjijuu, AliiUlili Journal. 'Pnc G"u Mi.ns of South Carolina. The product of Hie gold mine uf Mr. Win, Dome, iu Abbeville and Kdgefield Districts, South Carolina, during the month of Jinuary, was 810,000. TI.N was the proceeds-ol Ihe labor of eight men. During twenty and a half days in December, with the same number o hands, it jielded ,$20, 00. The aggregate jieldof gold since the commeiicinent ol woik in the mine, about ten months ago, has Leen upwards of SaOO.OJO. The gold from this mine is -aid to be of very superior quililv. 'I hi liquor law has been repealed in the Illinois Legislature Canadian Mattkhf. A despatch from Quebec, dated Ihe 15th in-t , say? ; "Despatches ware received from the Colonial O.Tico lo day stating that the Imperial (invem ment woulj recoiiirmnd l.i . hameM to grant the entire control of the Clergy Reserves to the Provincial I.-'gis'iituro. Mr. Stephenson, the builder of the llril.innia Bridge over the Menai Straits, is on his way lo Can ida, it is said, t-i build a similar biidg'e across ihe St. Laurence al Montrcx". SrAsjis IlcioiiE HnAN-nv. The follows ing ai.eadote was told of a very clever fellow, who had bepn fomewhat frolicksorne, hut who had recently joined the Sons of Temper ance, After becoming a "Sun," he went to Mob lo on business-, and was taken tick there. The physician called on him, and after exam ining turn pronounced him in a very dangerous position, and prescribed brandy. The sick ! man told linn I12 could not lake i The Doctor told bun it was a proper remedy, but tin pa. tient told him he would not lake il. The Doc tor said he inus or I. e would have ppasms "Well," said the Son of Temperance, "I wif try a couple of tpitins first." Tho Washington Republic says that among the many articles w hitch are now man iifacturcd from India rubtnr, perhaps there is none of a more tief n as well as novel character Ihan hor-e shoes. Experiments m ide previous to il.o cold weather, iuJicile that it will prove equally as durable as iron. Their ligliluess will especially adapt them to the lacr-course, and having all the ti'iighncjs, without the hril tleness of iron, ihey wall be of equal service, while devoid of Ihe danger of bieaking when the hortc is under motion. Motivi: PovvEit without Fuel. Among the many wonderful discoveries of the age, the Genoa correspondent of Ihe Newark Adiatiser, notes that a complete revolution in the means ol steam mtvigatmii and locomotion is anticipated from a recent invcniion bv Dr. Pii-ntl,. ..I .1 i . ... .. I 1 i i"n i:ny. lie lias, 11 is raid, sue- ceeded in ronHrucling an apparatus lot Ihe Amrvnittl, C .... 1 t . ";!" o ..1 iiier uy electro magnetism,! v,i. win inirouiice Ihe gaetcslbns generated into the engine in a way lo save all tho f x. pense of fuel ! His invcniion his been npptov- .... slvnil9 ,, , , I J -...i.,ii., V-H-IUIUUIS, il IU II 1 pn, nrinv ii, j ci,iirii i .i ! comiaii) nas subscribed the means of giving il a '"" PPerimont. Means have also been , adopted lo secure pr.tonU in all other country Mr , ,, ' , ,. Lnunlr,ft'- ' j " ' ' ' , " 'Me m(,'c,""" ' 1 ' ' aS UrleA ! " l,,e V",Ue,S Stalef, will. le"f' finm Mir Minister at Turin lo Ihe head I "f 'he Putenl Olllce at Wathiniton 1 ic neon r nf ltl, 1 I.....I .. ..... t 1 "..nu 111- 'i .p..- .1, W.ri, upon I . ,j .p" , nr rep-s . ..f I I. V ... I .... I ' J " A Wasliinct'in coriospiindent of the VViotiiie contributes the following infurmation i mo rrcsidcnt yeslcrday rent a message to me ocnuic 01 groat importance, coiilaluing in lormalion tiiat lireat liritnin had proposed to withdraw her protection from Moquito and wake (ireytown a free rily under the joint protection of (Jr.,. Britain and il,, K,,i,,l stales The President express no opinion I "l0 ""u '' 'J'" "Ciimiiieiiils raising the, . r,,,, 0f 0.jr r0t,i(.Seiil.i!ivr in (Vnlml A , , . ' ,. ,,, . l" " "-incn mat a cenlletmn in ca, 10 Ultlidraw all our Charges and appoint , cjtv niI SL.nt , f .. , one lull minis'er In rpprceintlie United Ht-itcs'.r. i r n f in ... ir. rtprcen Hit united otates ,)0nrs nr,nlly f Km.. Vn,tnrU,lv ,ve ero ill each of Ihopo .State-. He ashs mi appro , pt(.Senlrd with several "itliered from ih, !mt, priationfor this purpose. Lutes 'UN's only brother is tinguishod engineer in Sweednn. lately completed a massive and sluice or lock of maiblo, whin Iresh-water harbor on one side with the fall-water on the oilier. engaged, at tho requestor tho Lmperor sia, in buildMig a canal to connect the interior hike3 of Finland with the lliltic. So gfcat are the natural obstructions that no engineer has yet Ventured to attempt this hitler under taking. The houe in which these two broth irs were horn has been purcnascd by the Swedish government for preservation as a pub 1 c monument. Mk-iiioav The Legislature has ad journed, after ,i session nf lorly days. The most important bills pioscd are those for the construction of Hie Saul Sir. Marie Canal and the law forbidding the traffic in ardent spirits which is to be submitted to the people for their adoption on the third Monday in June. The General Railroad bill passed tho House, but was not acted upon iu tho Snnale. Henry S. Mead was appointed Agent of the Jackson State Prison. Tlu effort of the Catholics to receive a portion of the Sciiool Fund for sep aratc schools failed. A poor fellow in Malone, Franklin county, li. Y., whose thoughts have been on the spirit rappings mostly of late, and who had heen promoted lo Ihe dignity of a writing me dium, at last became quite crazed, and on the morning nf the 11th inst., al 4 o'clock, leaped from the pi.iz2i of Ids bonding house, fractui ing thereby I. is heel and ankle-bone. This new victim of a vulgar supeistilion has a wife and family who depend for subsistence upon Ids earnings, Tnou, sirs run run Tnn.v. - Accord ing to law, the survivors of railway accidents can recover. Their recoveiy may be safe enough as matter of law; wo wish it weie equally suruns am liter offset. Dobbs says if marriages are made in heaven, ho is sorry for it for very many alii, ances reflect nt groit cicdit on that place. Dobbs was locked out tho other night in " the rain." Some of ti c Ho-toti papers di-oiose a bran new cheat whi.,b h nothing Ilms tho adul teration of buller. Rennet is put into tho milk which turns it to cliesse, and ibis is worked hit the buller formaiket, increasing the quan tity about thirty per cent. The fraud may bo detected by melting the butter in the oven. Tho lioston Herald says this fraud is quite ex tensively practiced in Franklin county. Limn .nino in a Snow Stokm On .Sunday evening, about eight o'clock, during the storm, flashes of lightning illuminated the heavens' vvhieh wore observed for about half an hour. There was no thunder accompany ing. Lightning is very (infrequent iu the win ter, and still more nro during a cold mow storm. Hangar Mcuurj, A veteran driver on tho Cambridge line ofommbu-us, named William Coar, has heen appointed Cincinnati for (.'en. Pierce, in place of Mr. Mitchell, of Portland, declined. O.iitni.iMj Hut few people are n-.Taro of 'In r:: . r.f the practice ol this evil in our city, etui ihf vast amount of money lost am! won through ii. There are many rosident gamblers here who count their money in tho hank hy thousand-', and who slake lirgo amounts upon a game. We heard of an instam-e this morn ing, tint occurred a few nights, since, which show., the extent to which gamblers sometimes go. Two exoerieiiceil gamblers tested then skill with each other, and after plujing all night, one ro.e fio.n the table tho loser oT ll(IC0. The next evening Ihey went at it again, and in tho morning one of the two was h.s.v during Ihe night, t!,l;,.str tl.uitsuwl dol lars. Ho gave a check for tlm inn,,,,,. ,i..t "ol b'""""!'-' at the loss. Cincinnati Tin.c. . ........ . Di.atii of (Jovi n.Min Lucas We I Jam from the Iowa ;jiy (0,VI1) i;nmi,i;ain that ex-tioveinor Ri.i-.kkt Luuvs died at liis residence near that city on the 7th ins'ant, in Hie ?.'U year of his age. a wife nd several eluldien mourn his loss. The It publican, in untiring In death, savs: "'Phe subject of this notice has tio-irlv half a centuiy past occupied a larL-e space in the ! puniic iniii.i, Hu se.voj his country with ZU.-i and uhiliiy in one of ,C most trying periods ol our Military histoiy, was twice elected (Jovcr nor of the Stato of Ohio, and was Governor 'wo believe the (Jovetnoi ) of the Territory of Iowa. He lias left s fn 0f ymr6 ,, n, ()f honor." The Slate of Texas h istlin t thousand inhabitants over 'M years of age vvlio can neitlior read nor write. ueen experience j country. An E 1 o Qn the rigl I Weyiiuuiili s .1 1 . ... 1 lie prepciratnr ol the dcod vvas secured, but no reaeon is assio,,..,! r,.r.l,. . Tnr Pitii ir lilure of Wisconsin ha I . corporate tbp A 'auljp ( r rrrii. w,.h a rir-UH ' " "I 1 1 1rg1nia Logishiliiro have rejected the n. II appropriating ,-,iOO,000 nnnil illy for siv sell birue lotsnl IVarU m ihe present tone tor moie I i. V i , .. .1 '. Vv ' Hi'' same Amllur-, . u.niiihf.latahy. iiie i'p,er nil if loth he r lungi vears fur tl.e conslr.iP.in, r ih 7 Pol- ii liei'ei demind at I 73 moie iher shovvi'in thai s.iid W .st o 1 1 1 1- same I7H. dnv , , . .., I win. filled wuli lull, rcles ; a n .some plnce.-wetr vears lor tlie construcllon ol a r.ulioad to Ihe I'D 1' TEK-'l he moie con. "km a, 1 m.l " Mn.y n j3 ''" ' '",,'""'l "' H-nrv C,.,.p.r, then I E'fcifiX E H il Ac WOiili, beinnmg to 1uU.11 -The c.ev ,, .vdenil) a Imo) Ohio river. jrnde, i.re ,l large supply and have still ,l,er e I 1 1 ""."'p'1"1.""" Cniriilii Wesi.n mm'. ,s., ...... , . ....... lV ,..,,, , VTC ""' '' "'amient el cod liver oil I was nl fits! used R emirkal.lv mil,! u-o il . 1 ""r r' I10" ahout ,o ,,-," i, , , , flll:".ll",',l 0' '',r "'","''' ' coud; led r ("L.M.IlAL ( (rM.M ISSlO.N .M KHCII AM N hul wiiboni miitked improvvmi ni Th- phnsidisie o d in Englind as well as in this 1 !"' "r's "'' lirgr.l.ui g-neraily i!-y , , 1 il . u' .'' r,n ml ,l""a,s "',ch' " ' sUl.,a-inibe cueol nuinv oilier, wi s soonappnt- ,,,,1,1,, j itood s.uind yel!,..v Ilnit.r. I hal 111 oak W I. I .' ' V ! J t-'"1 . "nd iiynble one 011 ihe I7'h V1CL AND CJUNTflY PRODUCE ,'nl- 1 1"" pninnl nip.dly getting I" nglish piper says: , , i.-p, .,e ,s, ,(,.g , (ir a,,,ivv mh 'o , ' ,y '''r'1' ,l;,s' ll"' m tbeSn,e , w 1 L Mry tJUin,1T luutt, c,mmHrt Cough ft Gtmral l),b lu Curtd , ...... uiiuu ii 111 i ivi Li.tu imi nil . .iio'iii. ,11 I.,... ...... . on . ..-I 1 ... 1 iiuiiu 1 1 11 im 1 hi h kicfii u. nt ii mr 1 nif u-.-in iiii'ii n mi iikin i w iii int mi. nun inr ir It of 11,0 road leading rrrnnlJKF'WWr:"''? mr . ' u'uZZZ "a, I , X?":.' 7:r.rJ..?",",. N ...i. S I A I L M R I.L I .. Ilcs.ou. J, e 1. 1S33. Willinonth .SamKina" lame ..' " veiy so uce. U.u,ck ,. .,,,,, W,-., V jrv A, ZK"' . ' raoiTon.J 1 N .ry, f.ry.vr ...u v, ?J r ' .. ' field occupied by a covv keeper, there vv ,s vv it- ' IIOPS Theie lVe been sales 2o0 'i'" "!" '"' ,"r"--1 s"1 -"' '. WyP V UJU& J. VWJ. J (-; ; '. j1;," ',,; , vn;ht' n,v ... .. ....turiiay just, mo extraordinary ' ' "-l"1 '' uil'avornble accoiiii,, from , ,nri.M s 1. . , tT ''I ns.s ni unclosing' TIIIJY sulicitceiuisomf nl nf all k'nd- Co in. 1 "omn. My ttimds comldeirri me in a dc.lme; but sceno of men Dicing grass in th mutdU oV Vvoe, i'!.'''' T"1!"3" 'U'lher d'cluie in Flmirand The.etot it', m m.,i.,w r ' "i 'roduee. lor which cash advances vvnl be n nde, hearing ol you- Cn-pe.md ol Cod I.ivrr I ll and January, ' I t 'h' '""k' l. and prices on' nf , ! , 1 , fr " , " ,n VV ' '1 .Co'"'".'r ' "'' ''"' rt"",i " P"'npt utient.on Lmie. I n-iu and p.. elu-s' d .. hoi.l. . npd rpmnir nr 1 "' ","'fiu aie a liiiosi entirely uomitnl Tin de- We., f, V e .. ' '"" lrv def n ,,ulsni, Laninbi lui i-civcn ,ed using ,t. 1 h gan snon to nercivc .1s he ne bcial Mr. Ira Jluckimn, President nf a Tern. m"ul '"' f ',1!,t bvtn very hunted at C0'.r . n t h r r"! ''11'' " .i-'roa i-i of this 'tecls.nndam harrv m say ihnt after uiing 11 for t ., .... ' m I "r q '""1 oils J-"""." is In r. h) nrdeied Ihnt sai Cm, per appear months. have r 1 uelv nicTeiec' mv rmich Imvinc peranco .Society,,, Now York, while addres- URAI S-The rrceip.s of Corn have bee,, mud- ' h! 'fi '"l)r''nn -ly of ilie Se's'sion nilFEHLNCrS. tTm-; .nd ,iw K sing tho Society on Hunday cvenin" w is slint 1 1"""6 a"d ihT n,r!'k" nisintnins a good degree op ,, 1 ' ,i"c ! "p," ''n"1; ,M nt 'd Mer?:. Il-.tcbco.k.Cnb'r. Si Winslow.V , vo'trs. MARY WILLIAMS ... ' "tnin., wasslmlitpume... Siles of itool yellow at lUV- and while I 'n . . C"Uuly nl Chlltenden am isn,. 1,011 the last " It F Fblcber - Co . . ' Cnntinn.-O,, nrecml ol .be n eat r.l uli' n rf Rill n-AI..Th Lee-is. ' ',.J'"te hive bee,, s,es of prun-. nt 10 VI "Z 1 ,V,:.'V"i':xe 11 Tr P" '! "d ' li"'P"C- I 1 -we 1. , r ,, , a 1 ,., A hill in the Illinois II : lativcs, to nholish capital punishment. ,vns do featcd, on the Dili lust., hy one vote. No: V..i .1-.. iiwiuii) II nrniiml. - the vols was recoinidere.1, an 1 the bill nmend .v. ,, 'uiiiiiiiiiiu, ;iu i mo mil amend- n no in ,,,-it-n il,n mimiiIm. t . : . e ,, 1 ' " 'y 1,nPri-oniont irltru. i'ho qnntion then reclining on its wsairo. it was a-nin defoitod hi- n v,Z. nfor as ann ULitaioii lij a Vote of' no a? for li pass ' ,!.,.,.,., r. -The Chnlnlon Cov.r.'r nf I'.i.lnv .. w I , , . . . ' 1 . free that innriiiii'r folk- rin: 1 nr, .i 'i,. cinnati is estimated at -10 000 ll'i 000 of whom are iiislincteil in Catholic, and 8 000 in Pro testant hnnday Schools, leaving 17,000 with out Sabbath Schojl instruction.9 To make good Fndim bread, boat two eggs very light, mix alternately rv ith them ono pint of sour mils, or buttermilk, ami nni nmr nf tine Indian meal, in"!t one tahlo spoonful of minor ami noo 10 me inixtuic, ilissoive one table spoonful of soda and mlerattis, &c, in a small portion of the mill;, and add to tho mix ture the last thing, beat in a pan and bake verv nan. in a quiCK oven. Li:oisi,ativi: Fun Tho other day in the Senate, Rev. Mr. Cuyler, by permission, presented the petition of tho ladies of Alcrccr county in favor of the Maine Law. In his ap peal to the Senators he said," Many of you aro huibmuh all of you are fnlhcrsP Now sev eral of these gentlemen arc bachelors, and the reverend gentleman's remarks created a smile on the faces of the outsideis, some of whom wrote the words above quoted on slips of paper and circulated them among the Senators who were living livos of single blessedness. A. J, OiT.NiNr- of Tin: O.t-at Sn.vi ri MiNn-. Information of the j rroasinrr deinaml for silver having been generally diffused, exten - sivo preparations have been entered into, in various quarters, to augment the annual vicld from tho different silver mines, in almost all quarters of the world. ork has been rccom - meucol on many of the shafts heretofore neg- lected in r-otlth America: and while new o,ir ues are constaiviy Ufing sent out "prospect ing, large additional tor:es. with improved iiricinneiy. have been put upon most of the principal pits and gal'enes of mines in that country, tu a short time there will be an im mense number of hands engaged iu getting out mo ore, anu Horn tho nolmcss and inex haustibility of thee sources of the previous metal, il would not he at all surnrisini?. if. in a ..... i .. i ,"" Vii ' . -liver in b.ns and com should begin to he sent here in quant lies ur amount hirdlv inferior to the vast monthly rccemts of .rld 'now ili.wmr, from Calif,,, ni'i. uml ..il-r ,. : , ' - i . .. im" I'n- Uiilt'.'d States. The C!rir!i.s'on .u!vrli.vr sayi that a ".spirit ' with which u gentleman was holding a tapping coulub, in tiiut town, became so pugnacii us as t'i tip over a table, and lo smash ihe nnrble top in pieces. Tho gentleman had to fork over is 1,9.1 for the damage done hy the invisible spirit ol h.s departed friend. 'o.i.uj;rcia I.. I'lllCUS CL'HRL.YT Coiniiiissiou Merchant., (,r the sale of Wool uml Country Produce IIO.STON, THURSDAY FEU. 17, ISM. M. b. 1'roctois, - - . .M, f. Wood l-'LOUl, CeiieM-c.faiu-v.licr bbl. do eMr.i do cunnioii brands 0':in, coumnn d" lai.cy 1 1 .v ' n Mi- an..-, inr.-.nn I t.iuev Caii id 1 , coiuulou, f.'iucy. Rye Flour lluek Wheat I-'huir, per lb. JRAIN Coin, Noiiliein.per bushel Soilllielll, vellov.' Souih 'rti, white Wturiii .Mmd Wheat, 've-n-ni 0 i&iili .'ill 1.5 r,i 1 C2n.'70 as -:. C WhO '-'5 0 li 0 S3 a 3 73 5 73a 3 S7 n 1 Mi 3 p n C.1.7) il In lift lis.l'.'J 1 -"il Pl !.)'. per .10 lbs. IO, '.'ii 1'iis, N'oHhein o: r 3'.' I!.-;. r.i.i-iU Int.- Ili-ans.bi'ishel.CI lbs. 1 73.1-J S3 Peas, Canada ui,i() HOPSVrll., Isis.irt It'ftl ,,h I'Ol'l.'I'ltY-Per II. oVj j PRO VIS Heel western inesd perhbl 'i OUal'l nu F. isteiii Mess o UUii3 00 1 nine Pntk.evtra char Clear Mess, bet Mes, oibtr brandj n?3 3') 1, '.'3 no n'.0.3 lail 00 11 VI) Oil 11 1 3 III) I'-'iRI lSnl3 l-Jil-J 1-2 a rnuie Linl, k''p lb Lard. bbl, Ib li nns, Hution rinokr,) Wesliin do Hogs, iliessed POTATOES-l'each l!low0 per b,t. Wlri.s, SEED '"lover. Northern, per Ib We-'rrn and SoMinern lleuls l! liss, p( r bii-bel R ti I 'Pop I'i i.s..,-i STARCH I'malop.ppr II. VVOUl, Domi nic, .-saiiii) tleccen pel II", fillies. Full blood .Meinpi III do i.. 1 -a do dn Common Pulled Evtra do .Superfine dn No I do No 'i do No 3 7 1 '.',S 1 'J 1,-13 11 111 II il'J '.' I i.'.il) l-S 75 ill S3 a II) 1 ir, Ita5 STnfift !l,iil tJiiftl 17.1 ia 1.2.13 .3J io7 SI) T.J I'Jn H n CUM Ml wisecons'gn. Wool Skins i'i 1 ri ".iis'ii.iiiiuimiuie and Ihe initials ollbe cuiiMuuor. ASHE-! There is a I nr demand, hot, I (Tie,,!. . ' ' . ."-"" ,vin..y it me .tun w title nl ! ac ier hu,c.ili H hue lleaus are more nte,..u A 'JV.sloNS-iy arrivals of lk commue a -T .ii u iii'mi nun- , rt. .. ' ' "Pl '1"""- , . , )iuuilii! "U nil OUIP V v CPI'UD f BU ,,Kl nci S. tlPIIIP OPl .he mos.dis. iw i (- dal?n ?!,?.! ftztvtelt a- Ho has I Mr. Cist ha io.t r,U,l I :.,)X1.A.S.". Uai.V,-:,,'.:!, ',-.'' . l!i.t',,'V.1 1,1 "-id Distri-t, he assiani-d Inr h-ntmi! P-owpI Comal iii.is and binrrl,.,. have node the m r . .,i, ..r.l.o . . r, 1 ' . " ',',"", ' ; ""' amij.aj.bs i..xirn i, l, ., aim uppi.unc on saiu petition ; and that nil pprnns w.-ik n-id de'Mlilotpd. th" Tome nron-riies of mv magnificent ntwu of the population of Cincinnati. The ay- ' fawi.M-r..,7c ; retai,7.iSe : li Hnl, tw -c,,,.. . iioiified ihetpol. I,v t,ubln iI,p t ,,r V, ,, r, ,,l ... i. . i. ... 7 ',f"' . h unite, t,c I f-rcgalo is liiO.lr'O. The increase for each1 c . mi) ifu i.- ,th 1 u.li r.;"".?" i""1 ""'f J"1"'. rxh"'e werk" "''t".sivi- m the csiiiIoe'ip ot nipdieinp.. m c.vleft toi.p and nl s-,t.i,t,, -'ar since IP iu is given oy .Mr. (J., show iit n , " ""'1'1"' , ' ".' "T ""."'"uiou i rtc i rtss, pn Viou iu Hie dny Mu-nmii to in,, nomnch. whiPli mnkps it on Inlnlli Ol fctflCUnolm rn,,, ;,,.,,,,,,(, ',. ,,", I I'.l, IP. W.-l "Pl for lieanilB iV ,i'inplr Inr ,h.l ,.(n.i,l ui. n... .i... , and i- now ' inpulation'was .(!.n d : in ' Ifj'l.-. 7.1 ivvi . ! ff-eportPil lor the Hoa-m Post. by John Liton .' i i '7:b?!nllfi?d "V,,ov,, . a..nil.ni enrea prr.or.ned by tls Sy,p nlTer 'hi- ,,, i i j-rj lononn 'im V , ' . '. AiMnrk.i mif..i . 'i i. i '" i'nint;ion m a u ur- sitinn- inve i.iilea, is i he bee! ev dence ol lis suneri. of Rus- ltf' ' I 20..JOO. 1 ho number o vont is n f'm. Al .Market nll ( ntil, 1,, IIppvps nnd no Slo p. I tri'-t th s Id b dav of -V hmnru A ii if,'..l . m. f,p,. .n ,i... i"sm.c ui a sup-r;. . . " ' " " " " "" "l""' " " ' " V'T", 1,1 ' "u " u'luviun i nn "i saiu ,nnnv couiph ints to whuh you are subject. In ob- u-tr,.,. in,.... ...... ranve 'flvvers It renders HO'ii) E TINC, ntr- ' lalld' wlllc 1 lM elentl int reluse, I0 acknowledge 1 irii.-:ions .-,'her toini or narnnl. ibpv l.ave been, " Pearls" ' '' 1,1 s-i .,' (.ci'ycoi'siitci.t wiih HlO !.TH d,.. ikuu- ol ! "" "'I""'' hi is thie.itenmg tc sell and alienate ih- ; tod 01 in. siin.uh.e benelit.reM. r.i g their lunclion- APPI.!:.l)'r" d. per ib, new. " ' , the Ox.in aonotln-r of ,.s ., " ' ,e, J! p,;M;!e,.:;:;1,,d11": ." )'- .v ae , putilym, .hr '!' il-WAX -Vel.n.v 11 t i'i - s n . .n n.r, -! J 1 ' u,iation nl Hie stiiue b) oiood and oilier llimis so ebvctiiai.y to put to liigb- RUrrEI(-V ) d, Rener'i, -V;.'t 1 0' ' ' ;'''l''. ''''r'lRiilroad and iiili.iwise ' a.l :n,,,p;,,,,,s whiai uisv ar.se Iron, leniaie .negi.- i) 1 u per j - And prn)ing m -ub-ti.i mat -ua Knby G may larii.e., as .a,lche, (.lUU'de-s.d.mncssof -ighl pan Cm, mi , , ilni ri- slo .mkl! "m ' f ,1 ,1 I ?v , i w be enj.imed I10111 alieiritn g mi re than nn undivided I u, tr. -ide.buk. A; : . and nth-red the public OS tlivr CHEESE -Pn ...- i"Jr ii ,tt,,l ' . J , t t) lU -1 0 L' 5 ' !'i il. 11 01 t-c'"'v"'f more ihan ene h ot 1 1 : be-t Pu.s tor u.t d'-iease', upon ihe foliovv ing - " 1 " ii u. ol ii'j 1 -' ilieland tlamnges so Cue ili"ieon. and th .t h-be EGCri-Peribzen i-'i'j .... 1 vs . .- - . e- . lo coiney an eq.,,,1 undivided half of the , JIKOiC.W. KVIDILXOIJ. , r , . '.' """sai ion j-vj, ,), clear nt 2.1t 0 nei ,h ... i L . "r"" ""ee we, 1,, si. ee.Ve y. s before it a bli to m. I ''. I iivs U.l re,,,.,,,,.' ....,1,,.... .1. .' ' .. f'.' 'he ii' of wh rb pih 1 nin.hvl he an! Pacific Ranlroad I "f 1''. ' , , ,r , - 1 ...... iu .p. 11 iru.u ij ro.niiiuii a, 10 cooil UibJero r ,. ... , ..ir .r,r ,1. iui,,m 'of fifiv mi! ir-., ariH.a 1 1 OH a 13 in per baf. inns LnrdJn 1,1.1s t .1,1 ""drr mv hin.l , fluri ih,.7ih.l-v , - , V - i " Inn Hie 'alter price. ftnil, Hl 1 ' iv 1 11 ..-I s .. - a 4,r si, , ,'' ' ... r n it- m r v r van cp an ihcw rates In pmn.l lot Dicric.I 11 pi tir.i-ie Irruii 71 a sjc. per ll, as to qua ny. Sni"k."l IlnillS rnntl.tne in tli.mniirf fil !U I ... I ....... ,k I I. . . . , . ' . ' l'm i'" itipu vppies air n-n-iy ni sale i . "':,''l,i"' A iIip fcawin nl 'Jro Swil Inn nrrivi ,i,,t. i , .. ,.. , . . ir i ' i 'V , "ul tin', "'"h ll IlPrd grass and , , .l"v7."; 1 aUu-T'V"V!ik'r. W-,,,. ll-. I ?,r"F " V, ( 2 J 1 ? r T, 'ri.l, ! U('9"'1'" ll al J Ua llu I1"' "''I , .. ...... , .S I A 111 ! I I Ola top ic in l.i!r ilmnnl il I T.'i ,i ,i i.r i I 1 ,f", ""' '"K"- , Hi' ilPin-in I Inr diiniP'ilic Upi-ih !m 1 IV1 "iC.!!.v'': ""l1 "I1'"'.!" "'" ''"T."?.1 '.f 30P' i " ' i i . ' '::,u'""' i'"f. r'Ulfl i ,lt'"'"1" nun pnc-. , nitlCUTON c m v V v I-ri.-r 1-t i- I V . , .. Kh 1 1 e!) 1 ' Al mark-t. 8."0 I1p.. OmIp,,,,, Sk.ip-. I i- ' i "r tl"w ( l;M,"i"" :-w-iaiiil Ci'lva, l.'.j jjhcpp and I i'rteLpr'i "nu . -'vi,n c.-n. ......... yearlings, two and t,m-p yp;ni obi. Puns Market I:pi-I Kvnn.'s'iM,-:.') ; 1 fcCifl a 0,7." ; tid ipi i.ny, .j,7S.tiii ; tl t; '" i orilnui'-v '31,70. .'i. stnuahn .iu (plant) Hides $1, 75-15 iK-rewf Tntlmv Taf,) IVlN I a 151,0.1 Calf Skuii I lie. per lb. V-nl Calves In deinniid at i(i,7.S. Honliing Coule -rii5,5(j Kloics Winking Om.'ii 7."i, SI, PC, Vi, lOtalCO. CmvianJ Cinves .'-'l,"". el I. Vi'.irluii! iMine. 'I'w.i (ni o,d s!9, 21, i In37 Tlnce ears old $43. Us, .'I.', 'II ,i ft 1 . .ot-rp .nni i.iiuios i-'.o in niiiii.eij fjpprior laliiv. I'iicps lixtia $6,50, 0,7 a U,.'(). Hylot qua ), 6,1 J, .1,10 I I,, i sJunvTiJ nt market. -IioIpi!p, fat Hnc-i, Cic, and si.lt H'lus and .--boats n.iic pel !i 7s curs tame over llu: l itcliliui Railroad, and 07 over Ihe Wuv.tm nnd I.uaviI ltnilio.nl. loaded with Cattle, Sheep, Horses, riwiiie and 1'uwK Number Inun encb .-stale. ij.aitip sc,.,.., Lambs. Swine. Horses Maine M Hnmpsliire MB H'i or:. 7J Vermont 3ia Mass. Vil Nw Yoik ).') Omo Canada 10 71 LC5 IJ Toial I 1 IS ' nAIi.VIMI h,s reei lved bis Spring Ilaia, ihey are nip-ri ir in qoahiy and combine zoi.d taste, with 'are ,n"! i cn''l and exam, in- bufore paichasinff : ' a'fo' A yon.l assortment of Capo, Trunks, Valu-es, Ladies and (5enienien's s iit.li. I-nud Cirppt Dips, L'mbiellns, Ciinc, rmckfkln Oluvcs ninl Mnicnr, ! Arc ,ou hand. 1 Sfc-'i). JJ 4i OJ? bt r'j'ri , . , ,? . 1 1 ' . "'""-"-mauiuer ci ais VMnter S-eck of Hal3,Cap, Fins, fancy Rubes. Pur. (ileves,. Mittens, Ac ,at cost. ,. , r 1 V,'. BARN'L'M, Oo'ieje Street, 1m D inr rron; Church. IT l O I O N' I N J Jg Thncoiids i, Pfiripts v,l p Vermifuge com posed ol Cistor oil, C-ilmnel, Ve.,are not mvares that wln'e they uppearto Iwnefn the pitient, they ore uctu illy laji'i the loundition tor a series of ills'- I eas-s, inch as eaiivation, loss nt si 'lit. w eakiiess n" , ,. , ' liM"i,n' .'"'V . .,, , ! A". uno'h" coun-i wi I bp fnnnu th" fidvertiseniem I "' Hot.enir ,.' -di -ir,P; s, to wl.ivh wp ask the at eiHioo of n. I directly intert-led in thdr ovnns we as ti,r Chudren', health. In I.,ver comphir.ts and all disorders ar nn, nm ihoe of a bdhou,,),, should make use oi the only genuine medi.-ine, Ho- bensack'- Liver Pills. "."ll-lfiiliK I M.K II' ,I.PI1. l.nWfl Hill Ii,ll..a 1 11 Mu I U , 1 M T, i. VW "Be mt ilrcnrui. ' but ask fur H.jensack.s ! -o bid off and wed understood lo be so bv ihe orntni I 'Jl w'crel ,"a!t"- ,'-tl',n,n Alternative, whice chau Worn, Svrupand l,r Pills.am, .Serves ,, each .?M I"1'" "'T1' " - "ZZIZ 'M as Ihe sLpiatuie o, the v . HoS th 3 i Xl ACK.r. none .-.-e are gpimme. v.".a ,v v ihe hab.l.ties nuaiust sj estatcund had oiily re- V"e" ! '2 ll-eal'-1 aln v" t DICI'.s; f- c....... ', Ueivedol thedibt ii'.'G donrs towards the sam-. Ilh' a.,CAT!u,lT'l"wllicl'.n.c i in -ii-iM-. ' ii.w.:.;'..,.-,isiiiii ine .....i . ,i. . ...... .., ., ,, , .nil, ,,,,.,,. ,,.,;, me oiuer uigieuieiiis.ouu operanng on ine liowe word "I.i .-IN. or o, ,,,. uv,i t.r, , k wou's Iron. W ,c e a d Vnt - he ,i r b n . Si., o ',,ul "pell.ng the whole mass ol corrupt and vitiateif vvliieh it I- derived. This , ,,e ,t and ap. li'ud Thi-'o 1 such , J n , ' Wa'' ani purifying the Wood, which deMrojes UU- innpnale til'.- .,t i TRUE IJ fJI-'STlVF Fl t'lli . "ll"L" ,Br seh P'ncnas-, and your ina-, j ' ' !,r liASTRK; .lUIl'r:. i.repa -d by I r I i' I ",r '",,J 1Uii ,l-':llar'"d a!l l".h:li 1 1-- awmst nn'J rt6Iore' "ejU' UntUiHTOV ,.i I-..,, .1I..1.I ... .J ... 1 snd estate nnd mote thin Ins sbare Ins been ndvanc- o.... "i , t i 'm: .l-Tr'' " ' " , ! . ",url1! i)-L ,..,s'V l is n -". ' , " ' V. , T " ,,u 'I . ...... .. ... ui iui mi iiij. neaiiny ntoinacii .Nouriet tnnu car T VTI-' nl' Vl.'t'Vli" 'I' 1 ', 1. 1 - IJ,'-Vi Ml i'i,,,,;.,',' i ,i'e 1r"1""' V""' I ',1 ni 1 1 ers .. n ,'rV 1 7". , r!J"'r"'' '!,'""'i 1 1 loall fr-..l's 11. r.-l. J mll.e f.- ,..! R'lial . ,.,.,1..!), ' fl I ', , I ' , r V teSP 1 !l 11 U 1 l.ln I I .1 . ia,;. ,d sViii'ovceed :,;;,;,;rv : ; ,w : HI,,..... 11 v 1 .1 .. ,. of hisadmiiu-t aii'.i. . s ... , .,,) ,krl ,,. account iii'iim. 1 lie an ,,r 1 account agiim-l lue s ime nr e. in..i..,i mu n'ld al- lovvancebvsa,'!e,.,.r,,n,l i,p Van Con t I ivin a.s.,U.'.,ed, In, ,p, pnrp'i-P, tl,,' tf'-t In v , " nl I) 1 --, ,,1 ib.. ! . I !,,, i , ' , .1 1 Jn-lam Uu J't ill " .u' 1 i , ii j ' .1 .. . .... ... " I unik-iiiiis tlie tune a mi pl.ice 11 igned as at m Libre -uci'i ssivelv in tlie I'm iigii.'i Kite 1 re.-s. a news paper prnitPd i -11. d li.n Ittiii.n, i, I im nt which piiblicatiuiis 10 be previous in the d.-y ti"d Inr lieur mi; 'I'heri bVp, joii are l.erel.y no, died lo np eir be Inre Mini Co, nt ai the limp uml o nn 1. ,.r. .m.l I show eaii-e il anv you have vvl.v lin- sa.d n.,'01111, -IlKlllll ui he nllowt ll. Oiveu tm ier nn ii md a: rturiiiiutnn 1" ui.l Dis irat ibis I'Jih day ol Fel'iuaiv A l liVl w35w3 .1 S ADAMS, i renter M:iis; oi' V vv nnm i. DAVID D FLETCHER ) .l.MES WEST. i C-""";! 51 Coa"'5 .MARY ANN U r.STami k3 HENRY Ci'Ol'EK. J The above named 1 lintor Innni. filed m l... it: ... nt the Cleik 1, 1 me Cnnrt nl Chiiieerv within and I n.r in.- 'Kin y m . mileuileii i,l,.i.,.,d, bis bid aganis' lb " nl.ove iiiiiiii diiel I duci-u-tt m iH. 11 1 nun 11 nn 1 miii 01 v iiai'i'e y ,,. , t.. be ,ol, en tit Kill illMI'l.fl . l II lit! 1. .! l.r kfi t 1 ' tf.. j .. Iflflll f l-I;ilH l.lili.mr.t . il.. r il,..,... .1... .1.1 snd Junes Wea 1S Ma.j Aon V esi. 1 inn ni ruin 111 i.Mui.ui on :ne 1,111 uv ol M ly IsSS nni, r.,,-. uu ,1 in f.n r leu-ner oi s.iiu I'lirnn.Tton imorii!ige ii .-a nt urtnui ,.imi, it,ini.-i m .,i tow n ot liurlinetoii.ani Ulescri bed ns iniim. -i i. I sime laud md p'esm,es coiiveyni by said FUtcher I to the lleniv Cooneri.n llu- S'J.I ol .,,r.i ism .....I I recorded 11 S-Otli volume nl leconlsot dedj.. ni die recorded ii -.Oih volume nl lecoids ot .Je,-,J.. iii it, e I'iivvii C eik's ollii e m s iid Ibn ii.iginn . no p iee 13 1 and I), a'd ihe s.me ilnu vs aNo .Ve,l, , by -nld I,, l-.'.V 1 1. . li .. .1 1 ,"'""'"1 '" r 1U" 1 T " '"" "i."ur uiiiiii-.i iv imies healing I ' '"''V," '' 'etr r loSI.eu nsieued by sa.fi 1 , cs nud pay , ,le .0 s.,.,1 I I. t,-,,,.,, r order 111 one, . ,, ...,.,, 1, ,, . ,' ,.' . , i- Jl"1 Hve v w 1U1 ,nt,u jl aiimin Iv, winch is 111 vv jul- '.." """""' ".' orator, and li.is not been' T 1 ' . . .......... .... ,, . "sve one n, inarch A D 1851. nt, I m ike r :w:jX?L'"n.' 13 l"''. "'''.''"ri Hvi Hi' :iii Slc.a.'.v M. 'H':iP)hs STATE OF VERMONT.) Tin II. .,,,.,.1.1.. t.. 1 "'""". " ) '"! ' mi mr uie I i- trirt nl Chii'p,,,!, n, i :, renoi;s mn.erned in I.s n.c ol Cnssms .M. and Henry II. '1 i.hlJ.. Minor", ., Cnr-rTiva: V';-r-a.. rf, . Prvi-il . f Jtini.Jir.n l Cau. M mil 1 rnr II. T.iU. i. l in Mini )iarritt, tm- i.is-ri'-i ni ...'iitipunvu, so ) l.atel i mi lt,r tin- IV In' tin. l.nB .1. . .! .. ; I.. i.i i' i . . . . ! writina pttuu; Inrih, that lnem wardare pn - sps - epil ,-arh ot hup iiinlivulpd filtli pari ol a Innn nl - 'l1 "ail l.wx, r..iitr.iniiifj uhot ..igl.ty.tb neif, l.-iiu' Hip hip i-trm , Innd on which MiPht" , lafliT nl n,, ! anN. ri-.irrifli 'J'ub". in i, lile tjnn-; .iml than it i lor the liiiprcft olhwf.-ud i -i rd,tl,Hf tlip .am- h- .olJ.r.nd tin- proepp.ln therp. he Inwftp.l in Ptoidts or put nl mtPi-i ; i -d ' praj intr aid Court m Iippp"- hnn to srll nl! the rn-lu, 1 ,. " "?,aim11 li"",'at . I STATE nr VERMONT. I Chitipmln Cnnntv I Ciuttendln Coc.NTY.ss. I Court, Sepw mbpr 'IV i H.Vi. ' IVI...... T. P Vt-.,. a .... estate . j "ii' j i,. , uii-d, jiuimui'rnior oi nip ne oi jniin .VI. Vlorse hip ol H.irlnii!ton aid County, deceaied, at tins term of snd Curt m sail commenced his suit n-iitm Isaac Dow, J.-imei 1 rfeo-t nnd Ambrose Atwaler. declainm; in n plea ' ol the case on two promissory noNe. nnd dennudmi' I in damaues lour liuudreil dollars. And whereas it I is made to appear to tiieC.iiiri here, tint -aid Jam-si Hcoit resides without ilns Miate, and has not bad peiiimn ni.iice ol tne peuo'eiicy ol tins suit, Therefore, it is ordered by Ihe Court, that Slid cause be continued to ihe nexi iprtn thereof, and that Hip said .lani-s Scoit, one of the d-fend.nils.be untitled of the pendent)' tlieieol, by publishing thi notice cnnlHiimy the substance ot said declaration m the llurlincion Free Prep-,., new-paper pu'ilisheii it liurlini'ion, tluee weeks successively, the la't publication to be at least twenty days before the ne.x, term ol this Court. v'd'SM 'iur""!:lc'n '" J0''1 day of Februarj ' m 'rs r-. lX BUCKLEY. Clctk. T. E. WALES, Attorney. wi3w3 iia Clinucrrv. SETH PTONE Whereas, S.-th Stonp r Roltn-i in the f loiinty nl I 'li:i. 110 BY (1. STONE ) tenden.lms "this day tiled ins hill ol Complaint nt'dies'pd 10 the Court of Chan cery next to be holepii at iurlii'glon in and tor the Ciu-ni) i. Chnten'leii, on tii last Tuesday sive one ol M.nchA IJ t s-03 iMeieiu roinp'un.iii; and sintiuy in siio-tuupe that Joim ume, late ol said Bolmi, decenipil, on o- ni.om February I SSS, seized of n ceitam firm ol lain1 md prronal properly situated in said lloliun, and i,"-ovent ; leaving surviving le vvtdovv nnd Imir iiudrn ot whnm i.re tl.e f(.-a-or and dc.end mt, and one John IJ sttone who was miy nppointed administrator j and who conveje.l j, his interest in said John's I.Ma," to the Omtnr. Tnnt m order 'O preserve the p.iid firm m the l.inu'v and herewith to lurni-h n home and support Inr ti.i -axl Widow, it wasasreed between the orator and leletidnr.t, Ihe sa.d John IJ , nsen'iaa thereto thai said orator should reside on and larm the said land mil lake i"ne of said Widow, nnd tint siid ib fend intsi.oii I inimsli seme money, and that Hip two lo- eth ......... 0 , , ill,-., ir.i, pr ni ii'lpnyofrihedehisngainsti'lippsiateaiidl0''"'; Willi certainty, and will not disagree- th. .a id vv-.issoid bid il inand bold tl.p same with u.e most d-lic.ue Siomach. lie careful you Ket .......ii- i,i iu lin.,-) ii ui.iiiniuiiii iiiiiniiie s.iii.f oiijointi enunt, equal,) .cndi being bound tocentrib - iite one i. .It , the dis- hnryc of the pstaie Irom all liabilities. Jbatihesum allowed against the said r, .. ... . . estate by the commi-si'iners for c'aims was about! llOCH'sai,K.7S B.ICV I III. 5111, besides a mo. tgage thereo'i lor abut i-n v . . . anu that th- admi-i.s'ra, or settled ls administration ,, No ,P" rl h PV"'m H rerr7 Nl'1- " d'fea'u nccoantm 1-13. nnd was n ,mc-d the sum ot more I V'1" i11"- vpr' 1 '"'" '":1 M'"'' l""ilv H'e than 51,1011, iM-ludina $TJi,5) (ot the s-JWi),, i1"""1'1"-1- Prol",r Sj'crein.n to :h bile, su which the p.-rs,i.r! p.cper;-.' rp-imsi-il.) wlm-h ws- I llr" ""' n?"','n ol "1" 1 lv'"1r llie.olb.-r .,-ignedto t!,? Wi,' o-.v, r;j i .emmg eX,.e.e9 .. mnottan parts ol th. slbtem and results variously ,,o,r,, ,.,.,,,. 't .,..i... .i r. 'ui Livvr Cnmnlaml. Jaundice. DvuPDia. &c. U ,w"r, '" ,?.13' '!'"' V",d"'d '"i '""i MT.'rfi ,nd adn'ini-trr.tor in December HI3,,u public mic- lion and bid oil for frO'lU by the defndant vvno look a -' -i'l."il' l ll 'L i.ii.m-1 .ii su i;uiu H,-fril UL ll .leed therent in bia ,v.,,,.. 'pi,,, n .. .,.. .nc M-ivedol thedibt i-m donrs towards the sam-.1 i ed by him ami tint the on.v consideration lor seel 'lecd was . he pnym-nts thus.irade to dLcncumbe, sll III pslfile n nil el.i nni n. I !,.i , n 1 1 i.u, , I......I. by resiiltf nu,.: men ruv-.iiees 11 1 i nu oi.ite i'qii 11. Al,d R.es'iid bill hiving on the S:h divot Fb'tt ''ry nlil.,been oul) filed III tin, office ; and 11 appear- ,,. ... , ,,' ,,, ,.,, l. ,. ' .. t. ..!'.. , ' - '. r .u... 1 re-i d.-s on: ot tins fctat?, so thai a jjbtu-iri cannot o-'i-'v. o nu ii.ui ,. !ii s" i". " " " .e.-'ie i:..-v-our. o v.in ' -'" -s , ,.i, ,,,,,, , ,, ,r c. ,L 1,,,, ..... i m i 1. Ic- i .1 I , , 1 ,H I r ' iA , ''V" 1 ' " d ' 5 "' f"1. ' "'" " l!'' ,ui '"" !" U" 1 '""inbiennd urn!;,' answei to .-iid In ol coinp 11. i.t i -V" " ' '.'!"'"'' ''" -'d , 11111,111 cai,M ,m9 ,,derto be nu ,,i- led 111 in liurlinton Kree Pri-s. 11 public newspnper published ' tj?" Pur base mme biiMlmse havm j the sicn-i . at snd Hnrliiitiiii, iluee weeks succ'stiv elv . ihe j tuie, M N. IIOilEN'S CK." upon each bo.v,.as al last ol vvIik.Ii piibiicai.oi s sl.i'il be al least ivveiuv others are worildess nn la'.ionii. dnv s piev iouio the said 'IV 1 mat which -aid dclend- A items vv isliiug new supplies, nnd all others wish an', is so n ured 10 n j 1 c.v 1 . ing lo become Auei is. uiu't add ess the Proprietor, (iivi 11 ,1'nier mv h ,nd nt l url.i.eien in Chitunde 1 J. N. 1IOBENS Cl. ot his l.ihoratory, No. ISO Couuiv tins'.' h ilj) 1, 1 l eliimiiv A D 1-33 1 North, scoxd Muet nhove Race, P'mLAPti.rai '. w3.'w3 ) II lll'CKI.F.Y.Ckrk. I Sold by all Drugyitsand .Merchants-in the Cuit- Iv'ASSON EDMONDS, So uuois tor Oruior , ed State.. ... Pamphlt? giving Cemt.e ift's of cures- performed eT .r., IW-T.. , f, -n difl'ervut seaions ol the c.-.niry, by ihe above El, AJ . C3-ilTj S Ci G iJ. , uicdll..ie..can be bad ern-H ot ,,e agents ' Atvuu.l HLO A. PE( K. lliirltnglon.na.l bv nil M0r:i;'i I OrWiH'lllllS' iV I Olll lUIS.siOIl Den'ersm .Medicines over the Slate. Prier. rack MERCHANTS, ' HllSei0 J;'No-8 ""- l '. vt 1 1,-in- Nov S-. lf-5i. -22w lyear. rr,or;i, (juai.n & otiii:i: pkoditi":,' Own; r,rc r.oar ;v..r,,,e. ' WI L II 0 11 ' S CO )! P 0 r N I) n F ..n.,.r m. .,.,.,..,, .T ' 1 l" ' 1 11,11 " M" H N fi ATES, (' l,E V E liS 11, OHIO. 1 . i..t ' vr CLEVELAND, OHIO 1 REFER ANCES : I 1 u "ot.tTTi.f. i,-, , - - - i.u'i.nctnu. nirK" iv lillliouv. - - - li. St. e, ilnm 1 I AWtoui. & C. , - - . t'l'.leu-l legii.N" y rebiiiary il vv 3 mn'sti ' EU.JIS.. i ' M f I'". Siilis'Tlbi'l's Won I sa V In t ie P u li. J lie. Hut v.v are now p eoaied wi ll i larce Ho. k I ani1 havcw imfM-ed nur ta.-ih.ies p.r M tnuhnur- in, o eintile-u. 1 . t iip ibn' e w ho pi ca . 10 s.li ti.nil (iimds.ut less Puce lirole.s lo sell at i 'osl nou j.ui.iy youseivis 111.11 vviia, we ,iv are pain l.uts. .I,I.V (O 4 .M.LI N ( O Murhuzti.il. T. b. IS ...VvvSvv t'.ft F. Rice. I G N' Sevniour.V Pnns,0;deo., N. Y l.o.t & ll,ibel, J'oisdnn, , V Me.vs.vWead MHinne.N y ltevf 3 .t sevens, C ieciniipii, O .10 llo"gf.VOw-en, Rutland. Vt " ItDneb ird. Cnnvtrte .V Co . f Ronton t-,n. i Morcne, trj . Vers.n- rs, Vl O i.r ii-il v Y 1 1 II Sovvifs t,ffj ,i-t Aibcrs.Vt V'vV 11 VTEVIiH riim-Miii tlir- health andhu- pi ess li ,.. people ; , nl I, n,.5 (I,,. M,.t - vniu-ioie impoi 'fi i,t . j lake It for grnntcd Ihntpv "" r ""i"1 ' mum iw grnmca inntpve- ry I'-imhi will dnml in thi-ir p ivvei to save 1 lip hve-t "' '-r c-hlii.rrn.aiid that e)Lrv p-non vviVeimeiii - or to pn.ni.itp ih-lrown hrnlitt nt nil mcnHrp. I 11 my duty id i'ipinnly a-ure you that VnHv. '''"idu.i; lo'l,p opinion ol tip- iuot .elnbrntrd I'hy- .n-i.n. ..... ... i ... . ,l-'' '" whirli ,-l,ii(lrpii mid nduli" are liW, If "H h'tvp im arpi tnc conliimall,' rli9linpat.!p from - l"' A I'"':' aiii.th-r.. Hul fin-nth, I'hii. in '' '""m-'c'i, nrktnij it il,i- ,,p, Unnln." nn.i ' I.pIIv, D.y Ci.u !l,,ri..w K-iv. 'n.,. irtputi aiTrpinpml,.r ll. .t ail i,p- Uninte VNopm.. and yoa l."uld at oi.oc apply U,h rrmrd)- . n,,VICW,r,, ,,'n-.T rv ,,tm "IJILiSA(,K S OKM hUUl ""'.'JS'f... ..WVn..sl'"fi ,rlnclnIr..co, THE TAPE WORM. in .u i i "1'' ,MT,rJ" Worm todp;troy ornll , 'n il infests the human sjstflii.it urows lo nn a in nit 111. PfillllP Iflie'll. becmnliio m enile,! m.,1 . ... i ,1,., n. , , , . , -"-"v'. n. i n "-"i"oei-imi! me neaitii so I ,"d ,y !l?n'" .c1"'"; ,bt- V'US 1)l"ct' f'."8' .&.c-' ll,a- , .,. -,,1 ci.iiuii ii i .t- su-neci iniii 11 is i now "i1""" ,"V'C,,',I Ml,,"'n " ever su-pect that it i, '1 . ',""! ''asieumg ihem to nn entlp clave, fo a """"V ,h s "i"1"', Very etiersetns ttcalr '"'n' oe purmieil, it vvoiml therifore be properto "r lllv, ''!Y,er I 'd .3" a t" remove nil obst aroer treatment proper to lake. 'e nil nticl.iie. lions, that the Worm Syrup may act direct upon the .-.'Mu, yiiiiui iiiiisi ui- i.men in coses oi two table--p-oiilul.s ihlee times a day. 'I hee directions ln, lo.ved have never been known to tail In ciiiinc the most obstmale case ot Tai-e Wunjt. READ THE FOLLOWING.' And you cannot beindiff-'renttothisappenl. Hu--inanity calls upon you to do your duty It is onla one out of Ihe many thousand'who lias seen its won, ilerliil rllects. Dr J. X. HOBENSACK-Sir:-GratituJe to vou, the inventor of a biglny valuable medicnii-, prompts this humble testimonv in its lavor, as beins; a sale, gentle, yet poweilully effeciunl remedv for , "'I"5- llavinc had much experience in knowing he effec'S of various nrennrntinno mvwiC. u-lin nfue" "billed in miuistenuij lo childred in distress. pronounced 11 the best she had evsr used, and would 'im- nu oiuer w m.e yours couiti be I atl. A daughter of ours became seriously diseased Her symptoms v.ere iilarinini;. but her mother i.t nee soiiebt for a remedy for Vv onus. Having ob nined j ours, by the nme she had taken half a bottle Ol .-'ir the joy it ave an affectmnnie mother, to sea lie- linprovemeiii in her clu'd, she b-ing about tiv or six years old. S!,e ,assed an immense quantity d Worms, her sir kly counten.Hiee now brightened, 'ier spirits returned, and iu a short tit'-.p a lovely child, threatened with decline and death, now cave piomise of heahh. Thanks ua kind Providence, who: blessing attenuunr your Sjrup, restoted the child. With confidence I recommend it to all pa tents vvlins" childien nre suffering with Worms. JAS. II. I'.OWLN, Minister nl ihe Gospel. Lajp Pastor nf the Soiithaniptnu Baptist Church. IV CAUTION ! Remember, then, Parents, ami all nthers, thai HOBKN'siACK.S WORM SYRUP is the only .Medicine in use that will eradi- .i . , , , , f. , V-"" ,?r v- Ii'-'" 'l'e lha,u "'C si?nalure,"J - " - HOLcAeAtn, is on every botiie. j ,1, . " . . , rZii"-' aelloVoulTl'v-e "Bl"re T tl"nl ''"' lY: 1 , '1ANr' huh 6l"-'mcius the secreiioi -.m.'u'u. iiiricinir, .nun , ri y s.mijium inai migui uiver. I hese J"nls ;.a:;ts f,.-;iihed by y. 1st, an Expfcto- secreiion from the Pul- iiioiiarv mucus mi mbraiie. or piomotes th dlstha tie irengia io tae nervous system, vieor to ail oarts of ibe hodv. 1 a '""ii,. "cm periecl nnrniony wild TO FEMALS- You will find these Pills an invaluable tii'dioine In- 1 .1.- , 1 I t,i :: !...!.. 1. . 1 .1 . i.i.,tne imuersiimeu 1 nysci-iu", invuiE utiu ;uw reeeiptot their in .nutacture submitied to u- tor in- speclion. say, 1h.1l ihe iili:red,ents t which ihey aro ,. ni,e,l makes iben, lb-besl Pill ,11 u.e lor al 1 Hi- ,-- -- - --..-.--.---.-.-... eases ol the Liver, Impurities ol the blood, Arc. V -ay ibis not only limn our own judeemeiit, but also, Hutu tint of ih- l.esi medical iiii'nnrity 111 the I'nile.l -tales AH diseases requi, ing ihe u-e ot lill.iLTir. .vtive. Plvruor.ETic nnd Puruativc Mtptci-if,.tliat came under ,.ur notice, lias been Heated with tin, moil satisfaciviiy suere-s (ILOROE WOOD, M. D'. P. CROWLEY, M . D'. I. liOWEN.M.I)'. PURE COD LIVER OIL AND LIME' , CVRU F0K lO.NSUMl'TIO.V, COUGHS, FOI'IIW ASTHMA IllftlN'f'll IT1S I - - I li I V M A I, HF.IM I l'PY. A N I) A LL scuoi'i i.oi'snmru?. I'jj1!!!-, l'roprii't'ir IlKS SIK'Cer (It'll 'from ' 4 .liri eoon ol yrneinr Stone in (Pinhitung Hip i 0,1 Luue so perlicloi) llial ihe no-ie ol the Oil, ! "veicon,.-. and it can be t ke 1 by il.e 1. o.-t del,cal HP, l'roprii't'ir tins siiccer (led (from , "niaies wiin piiasiiie .i t a legnrm. uie 1 enrni ' IM;s 1 1 ll'ie over me near mi. mi- n,Lin inn rae, nv - .',,'', ' - - :- s- I '' lb r dec.se was one id uuiiuxed phthisis, whlih) had b en rxpecteil lo leiunna'n m Ipe ecinse otn I. w ' I itiifc '...innnniirt Inr h II T.nn- Pnm 1.1.1 1 111., llie SUbtCrib ' . r ,innln .niinn ihe ntfliprpii ncninst iieiiilT ny ri tept thai ninimfacl' red by bun shc lias llie only re, p,pt m ihe Umti d Stan m lor comhiniii ihe Pure Oil wiih Lime in a pio,M-r mint-,rr Hicr ore you value our bra lb, purchaee nine i-xi'it ihl manufacluitd by ,u Ai.rvR uitnnn ct-rmf lM ,S777.K,l"riBr j ijy, Piarie ; r 1 ' I II I. Li I WUI 1 ft ,,