Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, December 21, 1838, Page 3

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated December 21, 1838 Page 3
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ttie first tang arang was a failure ( it was too thin. Pork" cried tho trumpet to tho trombone, and. on tho instant, tho two instruments gavo forth a beautiful tang a rang tang tang. At this moment the trombone recollected Hint nothing had been aaid rnlalivo to tho beam. Ho suddenly ceased playing. Beans" whispered the trumpet. 'Pork and beans." "Good" said tho trombone, "that's enough, here goes-" And ho did go it, to the great ro lief of tho poor trumpet, as well as to the in tlnito delight of tho whole orchestra, who by this limo were in tho secret Messrs. Cassolar.i and Ambroiso, hro of the then, as wollns now,mcmbera of the or chestra, wcro colled to prove the nature of the contract. They testified not only to tho abrve circumstances, but also to tho fact that whenever this pieco was per formed the defendant had to call out to the trombone, 'pork and beans,' in order to in duco him to help him through (lint parlicti lar picco of music. Tho case being fully made out, the jury found for tho plaintiff to tho full amount claimed, viz. $9 54. SPIRIT OP Til 13 TIMES. We copy tho following from an adminis tration paper in tho norlhcn part of N. York, tho Franklin Gazette. It is a cause of deep regret to every lover of his country, or hi country's honor, to witness tho npnthy, nay. I ha culpable indifference, of I he Federal Government to the insults almost daily offered to our flag, and tho flagrant violation of our rights as on independent and free nation, by the self styled Mistress of tho Ocean, no less thnn its cownrdly subserviency to the wishes and demands of Grent Britain. Arc we longer to submit, after the decisive report of the commissioners appointed by Maine, to en croachments upon our territory and juris diction, on our Nortlicn frontier? Are wo to allow, without even n remonstrance, the growing influence and even sovereignty nf Britain over our western territories and Indians? Are we tamely to suffer vessels to be cut out of our harbors to bo fired upon time oftcr limo our property forci bly taken f om us, and our citizens daily insulted and even murdered, without de manding that satisfaction which even the weakest Mate in Europe would insist on, even at tho hands of arrogant Britain? Verily, if this is to be so, havo we polite and gentUmanly rulert, who scorn to fork any other means of redress from a Lody Queen then acquiescence or entreaty. But this wo hope is not the character of the President's Message, which ere this has been laid before Congress, but that its tone may be such as will arouse the whole American people, to wash from their hith erto fair National Escutcheon, the deep tain which have been corroding and festering there. justice. After the above was penned, and in type, probab'y, the message was received, but which the reader is awaro but poorly real izas the expectations of "Justice." Tho editor of the Gazette, however, disposes of the subject with the following manly com ment. Wo will not allow the occasion to pass however, without expressing our decided nd unqua ified disapprobation of tho views advanced and conclusions drawn by the President in relation to the Boundary and Frontier questions. The important ques lion of (ho Northeastern Boundary of the Republic, which has been in dispute for upwards of twenty years, and frequently threatened to involve the United States and Great Britain in a bloody war, is pass cd over with a brief paragraph of a few lines. The frontier excitement in favor of the liberty seeking Canadians, and the disposition manifested by portions of our citizens to do by them as Lafayette did by ua when we were situated in similar cir. cumstanccs, arc taken up at some length, and tnatcd in a manner which cannot fail to prove acceptable and satisfactory to the petticoat tyrant who coidratho destinies of t lie British realm. The President roller atcs the principles of tho proclamation, of which we expressed our opinion last week. He docs not bestow a single word upon the cutting out and burning of the Steam boat Caroline by ft British armed force, while lying in an American harbor. The murder of our citizens, the repeated inva sion of our territory, the firing upon our boats, and the many unprovoked and insuf ferable wrongs and insults heaped upon our people along the frontier by the loyalists of Canada, appear to have entirely escaped the notice of the President, not the re motest allusion being made to any of them in tho meESOgc. Tli.s, we suppose, is, in the opinion of the Prcsident.all well enough, and no more than wo deserve, for presum ing in defiance of his proclamations lo the contrary, to express our sympathies for the cruelly oppressed people of Canada, and for rendering them such aid and assistance aa wo hove an undoubted right to under the Constitution. 'The Proclamation of tho President touching our trcaly obligations, Sic , meets with universal approbation on this frontier." Platbburgh Republican. It is hardly necessary for us to say that the above statement is utterly destitute of truth, for the rcadera or tho Gozetto nl ready know it to be so. Tho writer could not have been ienorant of this fact when ' he penned it, So far from the assertion being true, we believe we hazard nothing in dcclanncr mat no document ever emann ted from tho Chief Magistrate of this country which met with such universal and deserved censure nnd disapprobation on th'u frontier as Mr Van Boron's late Proc lamalion of Neutrality. If tho editor of Iho Republican was ignorant of this, ho at JCBBl Knew Hint ll uiu mo ini-ci wu inn vcrsal approbation, for he had unnucslinna bly become acquainted with our opinion of it DC ore no made I lie staiemeni nunvc oiiolcd. and that formed ono exception Wo now tell the Renublican that wo have the satisfaction to know that our views of that document aro thoso entertained by nearly tho entire population in this section, nd among the democracy wn do pot know of a single exception. Fori Covington Ga. utile. Tho above ore both abmiuistration pa pens but the editor of the Republican holds an office in the custom house, and henco probably the wonderful facility with which he finds approbation for nil tho Presi dent says. Tho doctrino is, that the Pron idont being elected by the people is the representative of tho whole people. His acts are their acts ; his voice is their voice s and, as the voice of tho peoplo is tho voico of God, it would bo waring ogoinst the decrees of Heaven to withhold from the Proclamation, or any thing else tho Presi dent might advance, "universal approba tion." Our neighbor, the Sentinel, wo presume, is of this fcIiooI, for he murmurs not. Hu is indeed a bright example of christian resignation, "Though thou slay mo, yet will I put my trust in thoc."--" Rrethrcn, bo obedient to the powcra that be." From the Baltimore Sun. CANADA. The Executive's homily upon tho present condition of Canada, and the conduct of citizens of the United Siotcs, whether we lake it from the Proclamation or the Mes sage, is, in our opinion, a very poor affair. In cither or both, the President has man i fesled a weakness but illy suited to tho ex alted station he occupies, Hear him. He asserts "Information has been given lo me, derived frnm official and oilier tourers, that nianv ciiiiens of ilio JU. Mi; If J have associiiled together In in. ike liouite iiidimons fiom our lerrilury iulo C.inad,i,and lo nid nml alicl inriirrecilnii ilif ip, in ioliiiion of i lie olilj. galiom nml lawn of die Unilrd Slides, nml in open disregiud of ilicir own duties in citizen Admit that this is I tie fact admit that from "official and other sources" the Exec utive ol Hits Union is made sensible ol a violation of tho laws of the United States as outrageous as that described in the mes sage, and that this violation has been com mitted by "many citizens oflho United Stales," is an emply proclamation the euro for this evil? Is this the remedy which wai resorted to in the caso of Aaron Burr? If the evil had been merely an an ticipated evil, thero might hove been 6omo propriety in issuing a proclamation declar ator nf the law of the land; but where the President, positively admits the actual commission of violent acts, why meet those ants of violenco with a noisy, threatening proclamation ! Why not enforce tho laws of Congress agreeably lo the power vested in the Executive asCommander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United Slates ? The President appears anxious to preserve peaceful relations with England. What step docs he lake to accomplish thia great object? Ho acknowledges, in a solemn communication to Coogress a communi cation immediately made public to tho whole world "that many citizens nf the United States have associated together lo make hostile incursions ft om our territory ht'o Canada, and to aid and abet insurrec tion there, in violation of the obligations aad laws of the United Stales, and in open dis regard of their own duties a? citizens." If England wanted an admission upon which to ground a quarrel, she could not havo framed a better. What construction will be put upon this admission by the ministers of tho English Queen ? What willbeeaid of it in the British House of Lord, or the House of Commons? What will bo said of it by the world at large? Wc shall not be at all surprised if this passage in the meeeago of President Van Huron should bo the cause of a special appropriation on the part of the Commons of England to defray the expenses of additional troops, to be im mediately poured into Canada. That the English ministry aro sufficiently disposed to push their oppreaivo measures respect ing Canada to tho o I mast, no one can doubt ; that thev will find a sanction in the admissions of President Van Buren, is equally true ; and that a special minuter from the Court of St. James will be des patched to the Government of tho United States, with instructions to require some stronger measuro than a proclamation to prevent Canada from being over run by "associated" hostile Americans, is highly probable. We insist that in the proclamii. (ion, as well as in the message, too much lias been admitted in tho proclamation especially i for there tho Executive has not only acknowledged a disgraceful and out rageous violation of national law by Amer ican citizens, hut has undertaken to pro nounce upon the character of tho contest in Canada, and in a spirit of what we con ceive lo bo presumptions wisdom, has at tempted to foretel the defeat of the Cnna. dian patriots. From what source the chief magistrate of this Republic derives the right lo pronounce, in on official paper, upon the character of men and measures struggling against oppression in a neigh boring province, wo cannot conceive. One thing at least must be palpable to every one it is that while some ol the most ills. tinguished and liberal statesmen of Eng land arc eloquently protesting in the Eng. h farliamcnt, as did the great Lord Chatham in the early days of our own rev olution, ogainst the oppressive course of the English government towards the Can nilas, the chief magistrole of I he only grcot Republic upon earth ot the United States is found in open hostility to their noble efforts, arming ihcir opponents with admis. sions and opinions ndmWsinn and opinions as plainly hostile to rational liberty, and as plainly in favor of mnnarchial oppression, as admissions or opinions can be. Our readers well know thai our paper is not, nor ever lias been, devoted to any par ticular party. It would bo idle, thercloro, to attribute these remarks to political par fin lily or political hostility. In Martin Van Buren we only behold the chief mag istrate nf the Republic as such, wc honor and respect him; but this very honor and respect will induco us at all times lo speak as frankly of his errors as wo would plainly of his merits. Wo think it an error in him In have given utterance to nn admission or an opinion, which will he used by tho mm ions nf monarchial oppression as a double edged sword, against a suffering peopl struggling for their rights. In the early davs of the American revolution, every monarchist in Europe would have said ol tho rebels of America what Martin Van Buren has said of iho rebels of Conoda, theu are in rebellion azainil their govern ment-' they lannot succeed without foreign aid ; and the denunciation! uttered against American citizens by tho President in hi proclamation, is precUoly what would have been said nt thai day of Lafayette, Kosciu ho, Do Kalb, Steuben, Pulaski and a host of others. DonEPirtjj AnnF.r. who was second In command of tho "Patriots" at Prcecott, and who has ero this been executed si Kingston, is a Printer. Some twenty years ngo ho was a journeyman in the office nf tho Messrs. WcnsTuns and Skinnkixs. His habits and tastes wnro then nl tho most Pacific character. Both must havo been strangely transformed or ho would never havo devoted himself to tho rough trade of war. Albany Journal. Peter It Bristol, Assistant Tellor of the Bank of Buft'ilo, cnmmiltod suicido on Wednesday evening last in tho Bank, by shooting himself through the heart. No cause can bo assigned for the rash act. All moneys entrusted to his charge had been scrupulously accounted fur, and no cvidencii of any misconduct can bo discov ered. The deceased was aged 23. Alb. Daily Adve.ttiser. MARRIED In Richmond, on Iho Gtli insl., by tho Rov. Amzi Jones, Mr. Mirou Small, to Miss Louisa Barber, both of Richmond. I) I K D . In this town, on tho 17th inst , Mr Elias Nye, a nativo ofPlyinplon,Mass. and a soldier of tho revolution, rtged 87 years. In Villiif.n on llie 14th inil.'. Mrs. Brundridgo, nscd iiliotit 70, YOUNG LADIES TOILET SOXES. A BEAUTIFUL ond u-elul article of cabinet work as a Christinas and New Years present and keepsake, for sale at the low price of jjl at tho cheap cash store of Dec. 20. S. E.tnr. HowAno. CRISTMAS & NEW YEAR. HOICE Christmas ond New Year's Gif's, suited lo all ones, sexes and conditions, are for sale by the subscriber. "The Crislian Keepsake." an annunl edited by Rev. John A. Clark, Philn. 1839. Tho Token and Atlantic Souvenir an annual fur 1830. edited by S. G. Good rich and enriched by contributions from the pen of Miss Sedgewick. The Gift, an annual for 1839 edited by Miss Leslie, Phila. Tho Religious Souvenir for 1039, edited by Mrs. Sigourney. Tho Youth's Keepsake an annual for young persons, 1839. Parley's Christmas Gift do do " " Talcs do do Holiday S orica do do Book of Months do do Social Amusements do do ltollo at School do do Hollo's Vacation do do Juvenile Forget me not for 1039. Den. 21, '38. JAMES W. HICKOK. CASH. THE subscribers will pay cash, for WHEAT. CORN, RYE. BARLEY, (f BUCKWHEAT. Dec. 20, 1030. Hickok St Catmk. Cotton Goods Cheap for Cash. BLEACHED and Brown cottons, Twill, cd cotton, cotton Fianuell, Yarn, Bat ting, Wadding, Ticking, and Prints in great variety, are going very cheap at the new cash store, bv WAITS; TABOR. Dec. 20. STATE OF FERMOXT, ) District or Chittenden, sa. The Hon. the Probate Court for the Dis trict of Chittenden. To all persons con cerned in the atale of Abijah Ellis late of Huntington, deceased, intestate. GREETING. WHEREAS John Ellis Administrator of the estate of the said deceased, proposes to render an account of his admin, istralinu, and present his account against aid estate for allowance, at tho Probate Court, to bo lmlden at the Eagle Hall Tavern in Williston, in said District, on the third Monday of January A. D. 1039. t herefore, you are hereby notified to ap pear uetore said Uourt at the timo and place aforesaid, to show cause, if any you have, why the said account should not be allowed. Given under my hand and tho sen) of said Court, al Burlingtun in said District, this 13lh day of December. A. D. 1030. CHARLES RUSSELL. Judge. Levi G. Pike's Estate. WE tho subscribers, having been appoint ed by Iho Honorable tho 1'iobato Court for the Dist rid of Chittenden, commissioners to receive, examinoand adjust tho claim and demands nl all person, against tlio estate ol .cvi tr. rilte, lato ol Colchester, in said Dis- li ict, deceased, represented insolvent, and also all claims nnd demands exhibited in offset llicroto ; and six months from tho day of tho dale hereof, being allowed by said court for that purpose, wo do thercloro uorcby imvc no tico, thai wo will attend lo llm business of our appointment, at the ollico of 7enry Lcavcu worth, in liurliiiL'ton, in said District, on tho 3d Tuesdays ol January and April next, al 1 o clock, I'. il., nn each ol said days. Uillcd, tins 27111 dav ol .Nov. A. V. 1030. . LEAVENWORTH, Commit HENRY Ii. STACY, sinners. Lawrence & Parsons HAVE the bcsl assortment of SLEIGHS for sale that was cvei offered in this couutiy, (nouo oxcopted.) Having obtained the most approved patterns lioni Ilio south,

and ilia best workmen at each branch, wo have boon enabled to liui Id Sleight, winch for (la btlity and beauty , cannot bo surpassed. Wo would call tho attention of thoso wishing to purchase, aa wo shall sell Cheap for Lash ot good papoi, at iho old stand, formerly occupied oy Allen and Uwen, south side ot the square liuiiingion, uoo vu. nun. HEUR1NG. SO Boxes Herring, for sale very low by S. WALKER di Co. A JOURNEYMAN Mar ness Maker, temperate to. ber habits aru requisite qualification?. Also, A Lad from 15 to 17 years of ago ns an apprentice to tho saddling business. CmApaid lor Horse Hides, Russet Calf, Sheep, and Hog Skins, delivered at my shop. SAMUEL S. SKINNER. Burlington, Dec. 20, 1830. WillumL.Sow.Cs, )Grand,slocounly Beaiidslev & Goodnow, c"M;ASpS,7r WHEREAS, Win. L. Sowlus, of Alburgh, in said county of Grand Isle, com. tnenced his action againslNalhatiiol It. Beards, lay and Edward S. Goodnow, morchnnts in company under I ho nmio, firm ond stylo of Beardsdcy and Goodnow, of 7enrysville, in tho I'rovinco of Lower Canada, to wit, of Al. burgh, in said county, and George B. Rod. dington, Win. E. Reddington, Moses P. Little, John Farr nnd Gcorgo W. Ely. partners under tho name, firm and stylo of Rcddingtons & Co of Bedford in the Province of Lower Canada, to wit, of'AHiurgh aforesaid, declaring against tho said lleardslcy and Goodnow and Rcd dingtons and Co in an action on nolo dated tho2'lih day orOctobor 1030, for tho sum of iwo hundred sixty fivo dollars and sixty throo cents payable to tho plaintiff or his order on or before tho first day of July 1837, with inter est till paid, which nolo had not been paid, lo tho damage of tho plaintiff fivo hundred dol. lars. Said causo being duly entered on the docket ofsaid court at tho September Term, A. D. 1037, and nuticoof tho pendency ofsaid cause having been proved to tho defendants Boardsloy and Goodnow and Guorgo It, Red. dinglon the causo was continued to the next May Term ofsaid court 1830, nnd it not thon appearing to said court I hot tho said William L. Kcddington, Moses P. Litllo John Farr and Gcorgo W, Ely. havo had personal notico of tho pendency oflhissuit, It is ordored by tho e.ouil that lurlhcr notico bo givon of tho pondoncy of this suit by publishing tho sub stanco of tlio plaintiffs declaration in tho Uurlinglon t ree rros" a nowspaticr printed al Burlington in Chittenden County thrco weeks successively, llio last or which pub lications to bo four weeks before Iho next lorm ofsaid court, which shall bo deemed suffi cient notice to the said defendants to appear and answer llicroto, and too causo was con. Untied to tho next September Term of said court, 1038, and tho aforesaid order not hav ing been complied with, it was ordered by tho court that tho foregoing order of pub lication bu enlarged to tho next tonn ofsaid court. Dated at North Hero, in said county, this 1 Ot h dav of December A. D 1030. JOEL ALLEN. Clerk. 41AMNEr. SOFA. & MAIIOG'NY CHAIR -J Maker, keeps on hand n "nod norlment of Shaded mid (Jrolcli VKiVKEUS, eelecieil tviili pailicular refeience to the cabinet hn.-inels in ihi tpi.irter. The nude supplied on liberal lernij. Shipping Furs. CASH, and tho highest markot price, paid for all kinds nf shipping hy W R & F C Burlington. JVou 30, I R30 QHPi bush, solar Snl:, tor sale low for cash, by E. WlHTNEV & Co Jlilton. JVou. 8, 1830. HHE7T GOODS. M. GIDDINGS oilers his usual supply of GOODS. Pearl street. October 30. 1830. NAILS & GLASS. FOR sale al Winonski Village, at tho manufacturer's prices, by SIDNEY IJaut.ow. SHEEP'S PJEITS. C ASH, and the highest markot price, will be paid fur sheep's polls by W. R. &. r . V. VILAS. Sept 20. 6m US E W ST ORE SIDNEY BARLOW has received most kinds of GOODS usually kept (except the great western al his storo al Wiuoos ki Villace, and will bo pleased lo sco friends and cii.-toniere. Winooski Village, Nov. 1st, 1030. JVEW GOODS. A good assortment of DRY GOODS, DRY GROCERIES, CROCKER Y S; HARDWARE. Just received and will bo sold as cheap ns at any other establishment in Chittenden County, for cash, produce, or short credit. by E. WHITNEY & Co JUilton, JTov 0, 1030. Great Snow Storm, A GREAT and unusual fall of Snow for this season, say to the depth of 12 or 15 inches, would have a wonderful tendency to increase the prico of Goods, As it is, Ladies coming from a distauco on wheels, can buy articles Tor Dresses or Uloaks as cheap, ll not a little cheapor, than over. Lis surprising to sco what an cllecl a tall ol snow and cold weather has on largo bodies of water in frccz inir them up ; and it has much tho same effect in closing up a stoclt ol uoods. J ncrcloro, should f now como soon, the goods would all bosoldonat HOWARDS. Doc. 13. A new assortment just ree'd of Farwell's Gailor Boots and Shoes, with Fur lined Over Shooi, at HOWARDS. Books for Town Libraries. A Largo assortment of Histories Biogra phya, Voyages, Travels, Novels Sic. &c, for salo al very reduced prices by O. GOODRICH. Wickware building, up stairs. Dec. 12, 1838. rx Registers for 1839. Walton's VERMONT REGISTER for 1039, for sale in quantities ni tho Book S'oro, Also, Miniature Pocket Almanacks fur 1039. Jamks W. IIlCUeK NECK STOCKS. PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK and White Satin and Bombnziiie Slocks, in great Variety by Dec. 14. WAIT and TABOR. NOTICE. THE l.cisees and debtors of llie town of Bur. Iiiilnn, ivlil mltc nnlice ilieir lent nml interest rails due on llie fiiM day of January next. It la expected llial punctual pajmenl will hu made on or before that day. Nathan 1$. II AMVi;r,r., 2'otou Treaturtr. Burlington, Dec. 13, 1833. SLEIGHS. (rJIftTE subscriber tins un hand iho best assortment of iloiiblennd single, plea suro and lumber SLEIGHS, tlmUias ever been offered in this Ecclion, which will be disposed of on favorable terms. The pub lie aro invited lo call and examine for themselves, White Oak Spokes, of tho best quality, fnrsalo by tho sett cr thousand. Also, first rate seasoned half inch Basswood Boards. N. B. All persons whoso notes or nc counts are now due, or full due on tho first of January next, are expected and will be required to make prompt pavment. JOHN K. GRAY. Burlington, Dec. 14. 1030. Walton's Vermont Register for 1880. BROWN'S POCKET MEMORAN DUM BOOKS, containing 12 Por. traits. Pocket Almanacks. Farmer's do for salo by C. GOODRICH. Wickwarc's building, up stairs Dec 12. The German Matchless Sana tive, for sale at tho Post Office at Grand laic Vt., where numerous testimonials os to its specific qualities in ca.cs of Con sumption &c. may be seen by calling at my office. DANIEL JACKSON, Agent. December 14. 1830. Cm CLOTHING, AO. rilllE subrcribcr acknowledges past fa vers with gratitute, and would say that he continues iho Tailoring Trade in all its branches. Ho has for tale a great variety of READY MADE suitable for the present season; olso, n great ninny other useful articles. Please call fur Hint which cannot be bnnirht else where. Clothes very Neatly ('LEANED and REPAIRED on short notice, Clothing exchanged or taken for Pay. C. BENNS Peorl St.. Nov. 1030. tf Wood Choppers Wanted. ?TpE subscribers wish to contract for tho cutting and drawin;; of 1O0O cords of wood, immediately. Jickok and TIISSOf.ITTfO r"T!IlE en-partnership herelolore existing J- under the firm of Mead & Hamblin. is this day bv mutual consent dissolved Accounts with the firm will be settled by tl. iiamuim. LYMAN MEAD. HIRAM HAMBLIN. Burlington, Aow. 20, 1030. N. B. The business will be continued as heretofore by by H. Hamblin. FOR SALE. A SETT of Gunsmiths Tools, second m.wl .., i I?, ill,, Mnl.w, formerly owned bv Mr Hatch, rrimsmiih very cheap. C. BENNS. Nov. 20. School Boooks. A GENERAL assortment for salo nt law Llk. prices, bv C. Goodrich. Nov. 29. Wiekwaro's bntlilinrr. nn tlnira Teachers and Merchants aro oarlieularlv inviico to can. Nova Scotia Planter. K'TSVfflY Barrels fresh ground Nova Scolia Plaster, just received and for salo by I'. Doolittle November 7, 3m DEC. A most complete as Eortmcni of HARDWARE, SADDLERY HOLLOW WARE DRUGS. MEDICINES, 1, 1838. PAINTS, OILS, S;c. S(C. This day received and for sale, at a small advanco from cnt, for cash, by ROBERT MOODY. REMOVAL, C. IIAYNES HAS removed his Painting Establishment to Collojo. street, cast of tho Fquaic, whero tho business will ho carried on as usual. PAPER HANGINGS. Just opened and for alo a good assortment of Paper Hangings, oflho newest French and American fashions. tf Iturttnglon.Aov. 30, 1030. REMOVAL. DOCTOR HATCH has removed his Offico to his residenco on White-st. two doors south oflho Methodist Chapel, where he continues to glvo his iinromiliing attention to tho practice, of Medicine and Surgery. Burlington, Nor. 22. 1030. For Salo or to Rent. THE Brick Store owned bv Mi MM. J. S. Potwiu, on church st. opplv t H. LiuvENwpivrii, August 33, 1 030, BOOTS AND SHOES. OF all do.iciiplions, selling vory loW, at the New Boot and Shoo Store. Men's Kip Boots, Men's coarto Boots, Moii'h Kip Brogans, Men's thick llroans, Boys coarso Boots, Boys Kip and thick Brogans, Children's Boots, Brogans &c. &c. For salo as cheap as can bo purchased else where. E. J. FAY. Burlington, Church St. Dcc.C, REGISTERS. OO Wnlion's Vermont Registers, fur 1039, iul ree'd and for Mile by Dec 12. W. R. & F. C. Vrr. Asr. BOSTON ACADEMYS COLLECTION, llcndol and Haydn do Itridgewalcr do j nd,) I .umony, American Psalmody, Union iarinony, Psalniodia Evangel ica, Musical Cabinet, Thu Pcalmist, American Elementary Singing Book, Juvenile Lyre, Listing's Musical Reader, do do Tasto, for salo by C. GOODRICH. Wickwaro'a bnildiug op stair. December 12. 3MW THE subscribers are now receiving a poneral assortment of Dry Goods, Wot & Dry Groceries, Crockery, Glass &, Ilard-Warc. COOKING, PA RLOUR & BOX STOVES. Iron Hollow Ware. All of which will be sold unusually low, for cash, produce or approved credit. GEO. AYRE3 & Co. Milton Upper Falls. Nov. 17. tf ADVERTISEMENT. 4 ta-tily made, and neatly fitted neck XX Slock, one that is iun the riaht width and length, neither too high, nor yet too low, out just about right" is a desideratum, which is not overlooked or lightly esteemed by those who regard either comfort or elegance in dress. To supply this vacuum and in obedience to the wishes of many of our customers who are Connoisseurs in these matters, wo have for some lime past kept a pretty good assortment of good Stocks; it hns usually been the case, how ever, that wo have not bought enough to lasl through the winter, and sometimes wo have not hud tho?o that were just long, or narrow, or short, or high enough, to suit some customer, who liked a oood fit. To remedy these evils wc have engaged some of tho host and most experienced Stock makers nnd those of rood tnsto withal, to make up for us a large assort ment of the best quality of stocks from ono lo several inches in width, and from 12 to 20 inches in length, eo thai Boys or Men, those wishing high or low, long or ehort Stoekj, can have a fair prospect of a fl at the Variety Shop. Wu have plenty oflho very JJest satin Opera tio liest satin long tab Best trimmed satin Best plain satin Be-t trim'd xohile satin STOCKS. Best trim'd Bombazine) Best plain Bombazine BeU figured satin ) Pino satin and Bombazine plaited Stocks. In connection wiih this department wc had to, of course, havo made some superior Bosoms and Colars, and have to pffer a fina assortment of Patent frill'd Bosoms new style. Pine frill'd and rufllled Bosoms Fine plain Linen Bosoms Plain Bosoms, various prices. Plain nnd Hilclicd Fine corded V COLLARS. Round pointed ) 1LSO Stiffncrs, various kinds of Pantaloon strap?, Bucksdiin, India Rubber and Silk Suspen ders and suspender Ends, Boys leather Belts &c. &c. constituting an assortment which has never been before offered evux at tlio Variety Shop. PANG BORN & DRINSMAID. Scccrai New Things. NEW FIRM, NEW STOKlT AND THE subscribers have established them selves at Sholburn v ilia go, under tho firm of Hall ond Cumnock, and have just tcceived (at their New Store opposito Picrsntw Hotel.) n general assortment of Good, consisting in part nf Pilot and Reaver Cloths, Broad Cloths & Cassiniorg, Satinetlp, Camblcts, French and Eng. Merinos, Circassian?, B. Morcan?, A variety of Blk. Blue Blk. and light colored Silks, Fine Otlcr and Seal Caps, Seallolt Neutro and Fur Seal Caps. Buffalo Robes, Crockery, Hard Ware, Drugs and Paints, "NVrot and Cut Nails. Glasp, and in t-horl a great variety of goods, plcau call and examine for yourselves. FREDERICK II ALL, GEORGE I). COMSTOOK. Shelbum, Nov. 10, 1030. Novascotia Plaster. 1 ',,on,, of Novascotia Plaster Bulk. 300 bbla for salo by Sfpl. ?4. do do FOLLETT & BHADLtTf,