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Who has not known n mother' tenderness?
Through every pciiodof her nnxious life,
It in the same deep holy feeling : Oh 1
There's naught of earth so pure, so hallowed.
In sickness and in sorrow, I have proved
How tenderly she loves, how deeply feels
For llio young opening lilossom of her being.
NEW ENOIiANI IWIUIHItS.
I have other reasons for keeping our
young men nt homo besides tho good of
Now England. From my soul, I do wish
wo had ten times our piesent number of fur-
m . .1 I'. r .1 I
mors I i on Know mo ustoryoi me last
year. It is decided that in our largo cities,
the mob rules, and the laws nro cobwebs. It
has been decided that to horse-whip u cler
gvnian in the streets, shall cost 8000, for
a black man to horse-whip thu chnirmun of
tho selectmen, only thirty dollars; and lor
common men to destroy property und beat
and kill one another, itshull cost nothing I
Look forward, nnd what is before us I
There is not a city in th'is land which the
mob cannot rule when they please nnd us
they please; and there is an end to law,
when evena neighborhood chooses to nullify
it. Who-is surprised to read in a newspaper
that even innocent men are Lynched, us it is
called, abused, degraded, dishonored, and
yet no law will reach them to protect their
lives, or to punish the transgressors. There
is one class of men upon whom wo can as
yerely. It is tho same class that Mood on
the little green at Lexington, thai g.iihered
on tho heights of Bunker Hill, nnd poured j
down from tho hills of New Eul.itid, nud
which wore the life-blood of the n. u. on .vhen
tho English Lion wns ready 10 devour it-
mcan tho tanners ol iNow Jiiiiund. inev
we're never in a mob they were never found
trampling on law nnd right. Were I to
commit my character to any class of men,
my life when in danger, my lairuly, and
my country's safety, it would be to the Far
mer's of New England. They are a class
of men such ns the world never saw, for
honesty, intelligence, and Roman virtue,
sweetened by the Gospel of God. And
when this nation quakes, they and their sons
tire those that will stand by the sheet anchor
of our liberties and hold the ship at her
moorings till she outrides the storm. Why
cherish New England so .' Why keep her
sons on her soil ? Because God has given
her a heritage sufficient, nnd our sons need
not wander away from the graves of their
fathers. They may be free, independent nnd
rich here : and here they certainly will be
virtuous and happy. Here sleep our fathers I
names that need not go to fable to become
illustrious; no changes in time can obscure
their glory! Shall we not lovo and stay
by the land which contains the dust of such
men? On these hills nnd through these
vallies there oyer will be industry and tem
perance, iron sinews and noble hearts: shall
wo not encourage our sons to stay and drink
the pure waters nrvd breathe tho pure nir
whioh God has poured over this soil? With
her school-houses, her academies, and colle
ges, New England can never have any other
than a cultivated mind a population which
will ever stand high in the scale of manhood,
the whole world beinir iudire. Her sons
have already thrown a deathless glory over
iier; and i aouot not, will yet do wonders
for the good, of man. Think of these blue
hills I are thero any liko them ? Think of
these sweet brooks and vallies I are there
any like them? Think of these villages;
thcM sons nnd daughters think of these
schools, these Sabbaths, with a ministry un
challenged the earth over, these temples of
nA ( il LI 1 ...:.u .1.- r
vjui ou iicijucmiv uiesseu wiiu wie visus oi
tne angel ot mercy think of New England
as she has been as she now is as she
may be I and say where is the spot on the
raco oi tne eartn, mat will bear comparison
with her I And where is a spot for your
sons to spend their pilgrimage on earth so
sately, so pleasantly, so usefully 7 0 could
I reach tho ear of our young men in New
England, I would s.iy to'lhem, 'here is land
enough, tike it. Here is enterprise enough,
and here is the sheet anchor of this nation;
stay by the sepulchres of your fathers ; stay
by the soil which none but freemen may
tread ; stay by the fountain which is for the
salvation of tho laud ; nnd when you have
covered our soil, and millions swarm here,
then go out and seek other homes. But
above nil I would suy. whether you stay
here or go nwav. remember that New Enrr.
Diamondt. Dinlnondsl what a strange
passion; what n curious disease; what a
topic for speculative curiosity, is the thirst
....;.!. . i ;
which some women ieei lor incso precious
articles I And as if it wcro not enough to
spend ""thousands of pounds "oil what paste
and glass may be mud j to imitate, they must
needs have better than their neighbors, and
in the desire to outshine, for every thing else?
Many a handsome woman enters a room,
far prouder of tho stones" in her hair und on
her bosom than all tho real advantages that
INntiiie lias given Iier; antimany an ugly
woman has ruined her husband, and starved
her trades-people, thai she might have a lar
ger drop to her necklace, than Lndy Ballyna?
Why? Is the handsome woman happier or
even more numireu; is mo ugiy women less
ugly with her diamonds than without them ?
Of nil the different madnesses and false
tnstes created by idleness nnd luxury, surely
this is the most unaccountable I A certain
lady of fashion was for years in the habit of
collecting emeralds, pen r Is, and other pre
cious stones, one by one : nnd after she had a
sufficient number for a necklace, she would
request her husband to "set them." Ex
travagance in proportion with this branch
of expenditure, gradually consumed what
had originally been a splendid fortune; the
lady sighed over the increasing embarrass
ment of their circumstances, but continued
her collection of jewels. At length the day
arrived when they were pronounced ruined,
who had long been so in reality. The lndy
behaved beautifully on the occasion: ntrrecd
lo every species of retrenchment but refused
lo give up her jewels, wh'ch would have
covered nlmo.-t one half of their debts, i
Templed some time afterwards by a jewel
ler's advertisement, she went out, succeeded
in bargaining for the most pure and perfect
emeralds, nnd on her return, found that her
husband, who had been long in low spirits,
had shot himself through the head. The
jury brought in a verdict of lunacy and all
Ins Irieuds went about regretting that they
had not foreseen and prevented his melan
choly end ; but no one saw madness in the
lady's conduct; and she afterwards made a
rich banker (her second husband) set that
very emerald as a drop to the most superb
necklace ever worn ot Court by. nnd one
under tho rank of a roynl duchess. The
Queer Catalogue. A catalogue of Paint
ings exhibited some time- since in London,
cmbruced lhe following : -No, IG.n man:
nine tailors nt work. Ndr27, The spirit of
contradiction . two brewers beating a ensk,
the men going different wnys. A man in
his element : A cook roasted on hislspit, be
fore a kitchen fire. 30, n mnn out of his el
ement: n sailor thrown from his horse, nnd
his head striking ngninst a milu stone. 73,
A mnn loaded with mischief: a fellow
with a magpie, a monkey and a woman on
TTTAVE just received ft Inrgo addition lo
JLJL their Stock ol
Crockery mid Glass Ware,
which they flro enabled to offer to their cus-
tamers ni reuuecu prices. "-
'A tcay lo dispose of a Pauper. A friend
nt our eibow informs us thnt the people of o
small town "down east" bojngr burthened
with a heavy tax to support'thelr paupers,
they determined to diminish the evil if possi
ble nnd being entitled to otic Representa
tive in the General Assembly, they selected
one of the likeliest fellows on the-pauper
list, and elected him to the ollice, that the
State might support him for a time at least.
A Head of the Church. Samuel Aplin,
who, for upwards of hnlf a century, has nor-
formed the perilous task of oiling the vane!
on the summit of the Salisbury Cathedral,!
lias, owing to age and mlirmity, relinquished
Inch ofliri- He was nroverbiallv called, nil
Salisbury, "the head ol the church," from
being so often at its top.
King John of England, who was induced
by tho threats of the barons to agree to .Mag
na Chartn, in the 13th century, gnve to one
of his subjects several tracts ol land in Kent,
to be potsessed on the tenure thnt the subject
should nttend the king whenever he crossed
the sea, and hold up his majesty's head if he
WATCHES fit JBWBaRY,
Selected from Goods lliat havelbccn imported
1E3" from Europe this month.
. B. THOMPSON
HAS just received from Now York, n rich
assortment of If'.ITCIlliS, JBlt'KUl J",
Sfc. which, Tvith hi former stock, makes hii
assortment one of tho lnrgcst over offered in
this innrkct. December ,W, ie.J;.
land is your mother, and never act unworthy
of your pa rentage I' Rev. J. Todd's Address.
Heating Rooms without Wood or Coal.
There is nothing even in this day of in
ventionswith which we have been more
pleased than a neat little affair recently in
vented, and now for sale in this city for heat
ing rooms without the aid of woo'd or coal.
The apparatus to which we refer, consists
of a lump, a boiler, and a radiator or stove.
They are so constructed ns to produce any
required degiee of heat, merely by burning
tho steam of rum, whiskey, or uny other ar
dent spirit. Thu steam is generated in the
boiler by the heat of the lamp, and is foiced
through blow pipes into the radiator or
slow, where it hents a current of air which
is made to pass through it. The boiler,
with the pipes nttached to it by the aid of
a self-acting blowpipe, the power of which
is one of thn greatest known lo art, is in this
apparatus made to act upon the atmosphere
in such a manner as to produce heat nt a
trifling expense. The unicle is tniall, neat,
Awful Calculation.' An ingenious.
authentic, and valuable statistical work,
published recently, states, the number of in
habitants who have lived on the earth. amount
to about 36,627,843,275.075,810. This sum
the writer says when divided by 3,090,000
the number of square leagues of 'land on the
surface of the globe, leaves 11,830,698,68-1
persons to each square league. There are
22,864,000 square miles of land, which, be
ing divided as above, gives about 1,314,522,
070 persons to each square mile. Let the
miles be reduced to square rods, nnd the
number ho says will be 4.858,173,500.000,
which boing divided as above gives 1283
inhabitants to a square rod, which rod boing
reduced to feet and divided as above, will
give five persons to each square foot of terra
on the globe. Let the earth be supposed lo
be one vast burying ground, nnd ticcordinrr
to the above statement, there have been 1283
persons buried on each square rod. canablel
of being divided into twelve prnves. and
HOUSE FOR SALE.
pji A Goon IIouso and Lot of 2 acres,
fKSjw pleasantly situated on Canal street,
IjJJSpfJj with n good Darn and other out-
JBSSsSSit "millings lor
terms, it' applied for soon.
MIJVOT, KING & CO.
(One Door forth of Chase's Stage House)
Have just received a new supply of
BROADCLOTHS, Cassimcrcs, Merino,
Camblels, Prints GROCERIES, iic.
Also, HOOTS nnd SHOES wlncli tliey
wish to exchange for Wood, Cash or good
N. B. Tailoring- Ilusmcsfi as
usual. . a Dec. 4.
Gregory and Frost'
TTTAVE received their assortment of Winter
JLJL GOODS comprising as good an assort
ment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and
Hard tf'art, as can be found in most stores in
the country all of which will be sold low for
Cash, Produce or approved Credit. As it is
I heir wish to roduco their large stock of Goods
they will not he undersold by any sloro in this
vicinity. Drattlcbnro Centre, Dec. 23, 1835.
sale on favnrtble
E. II. THOMAS
HE subscribers have formed a connexion
in trado under tho firm of
iriLMSTOX tf TYLER,
and will continue business at the Stone Storo
one door north of Messrs. Hall it To wns ley.
N. It. WILLISTON,
Brattleboro, Jnn. I, 183u 18
WU.I.ISTON & TYLER
Hare for Sale,
BRASS Andirons, Shovel and Tongs,
Knives and Forks. Ilra.is Kettles. Hnllnw
Ware, and a general assortment of Carpenters'
Tools and Saddlery. Also,
Groceries, Teas, CofTee, Loaf and Brown
Sugar, Molasses, Rice, Flour, Raisins, Cur
rants, Figs, Lemons, Winter and Fall Strained
Lamp Oil, and a full assortment of Paints,
Drugs and Medicines all of which are offered
low for cash, produce or credit. Jan. 7.
HiiiL'liam. Cornelius W
that each grave conlained 100 persons, and ' nf.1','. loUnlhy
tile w ho e earth has henn in i m.. Jh """ ",V
over to bury its inhabitants, supposing they
had been equally distributed.
IAhI oT Letters
Remaining in the Post Ollice at Brattleboro,
t. Januarv I, 1800.
Adkins, John "Horton, William
Ilonnct, Orren L. I Ingnlls, William
Rennet, Noah j Johnson, I.uccna T.
Iiemis, Donicl Jileston, Eliha
Martin, Elizabeth T.
IIAIiL & TOWJVSLBY
Have just received from Boston,
1 ( P'eces Drab Ilrojdclollis for Surtouts.
JL J sinplo and double nulled, from 4 to $7,
HQ pieces Ill.ick, Who and tancy do.
II) nieces low priced Drab, Lavender and
mixed. Cashmeres; Striped and plain Ruck
skin do.: Super London black, blue and drab
do. 25 pieces striped drab Salinctt ; New
style Ycslings ; Black and Drown Congress
Cloths for Cloaks; Brown, Olive and Maroon
Allapinc for Ladies' Cloaks and Dresses;
10 pieces English super Merinos, fashionable
colors; White Crapes; Game Cap Ribbons;
Rich Garniture Ribbons; Ladies' & children's
India Rubber Apmns; Working Crucls in
Shades; Rugg Canvass; Needles, ifcx.
11 co I Italian Cravats; Into embossed Silk
Pocket Handkfs ; Elastic Suspenders; Velvet
Ribbons; Picnct Gloves ; Frogs; Rich figur
ed Gill Coat Buttons ; Black and colored Silk
VcUot; Low priced twilled Prints; Red Sa
lisbury Flannel ; Silk and Worsted Coat Bin
dings ; Carpets; Green Floor Cloths; Print
ed Dritgetts, iVc. &c. Dec. 23.
House for Sale.
The Hiibscribnr offers for snlo
his HOUSE, situated on High
street, within a few rods of tho
Post Office. Tho Houso is two
m iinrii. nmirlv now and in thorough re
pair, mid convenient for two families. It is
wnll unrinlinr! with frond walOT. 011(1 llSS nil tllO
conveniences necessary to mukc it a desirnbjo
residence. It will be sold low unci possessiuu
given tho first of April next.
THOMAS W. HOWARD.
Brattleboro, Dec. 23, 1835. IG
CHEAP, tho owner not having any use for
them, ono of Holchkiss' up and down
Straw Cutters a powerful Winnowing Mill.
Call on F. II. Frdsehueit at the Paper Mill.
Kj Good Wood will be taken in payment for
the same. Dec. 10.
A '.nssfirtmcnt of new patternVi
J Stoves, five sizes, Ju.tec, 1
THIS DAY Micmm
WWW find Rotnrv l.H
SCP TO LET
rpHE Front Chamber over v I
JL Brown's store. Al.n 'Vll
Brown's store. Also. VU
ily in Long Buildinir-a Ji ... !.'rJ
near llio Furnace.
BALL & TOWNSLBY
irc on hand for sale,
GROYER'S, Parker's Improved, Conant's,
' James', Wilson's and Throp's
PA.HLOIl'and BOX STOVES:
Xso "Stove Pipe and Stove Furniture con
stantly on hand. " Nov. 19.
AN 'effectual remedy. Jkuttt'. iJ 1
Vegetable Pills, or German L '.W
provo a sure remedy for the cure ofn..j'l
Jo ii ml ice, Diseases of the Liver H..V1
llonrllmrn . Km,. Kl,l. 1 ' ,el4l
Dizziness, Weukness of the Limbj'ri
Among tho many testimonials rccsri!
ccived of the salutary effects of the I' f '
following strong proof is submitted for,,
Extract of a letter from the Rev. Misor
pen, doted Sudbury, Vt. Sept. 3, lg
T)par Kir II i will, n
,t... i .7'i-...:, St-.l
npENDERS his respects to the inhabitants!"" u,,uc;;V,A","mcni' tothj
I r n,.ii,, ,'n.i ,l t.Ln. ! the virtues of JLWLLT'S Improved vJz
:r .1. .. i i.. I or vierman onccilic. or I in ,. : 1
the most unconquerable kind. I,n,il
at defiance medical aid, dieting, eiJj
and tho more fashionable specific theijj
of Saratoga being totally prostrated UtJ
rrIlE subscribers have jusl received and
JL contracted for n constant supply of Pow
der suitablo for blasting also of a superior
quality for the riflo nnd hunting.
Dec. I. Jl. l & 11- . UllUWiN.
tENDERS his respects to the inhabitants
TT1IKT niMml t.. ...al
tl Fortunes o Per CEM
Picture of Private Life, LmwooJ ii,
Tolo-John Marston Hall, &c
this opportunity to inform them that he has
returned to llratllcboro Centre, where he will
be ready to pay punctual attendance to calls
far his piofcssional services.
iw.so, would inform the Ladies and Gen-
lto..,.. ,1,., I... l.. I.I - . ., f. v,..
IVIIIVII tlldl IIU II 113 lOAVII IUIIIII9 nb ill) IlilU , " m jrm
Baker's, whero he is prepared to attend to all "nu T ' 1 s inuuecu almost without kJ
branches of DENTAL SURGERY, viz : Ca- 10 nm.he ,s, J c aoove named Pills, lnjJ
rious Teeth Cleansed, Filled, and rendered , "irPr'9cd ' fi.'.,(1. tl,c,.r powerful and f,ton.1
equally useful as before decayed. c":"a- "stressing symptoms d,4
l.Monni'PTim.r. or Pimcni.Ais Tektii, in j creased, and I am now almost entirelj cc
addition to all oilier artificial teeth now in use, . ra rijslrcssn.g complaint, which, for
will be inserted from one lo a full set, in the j 'ca" "'"3 resisted a great variety ofthee,
neatest manner. As Dr. Smith intends to re- P0Pular remedies, iours, respectfully,
side in Brattleboro, he hopes to merit a share
of the public patronage.
Brattleboro. Dec. 1, 1805. if 13
MASON KNapp v
Minister of the Gospel, Sudbar? Vt
The fbllowin2 is an extroct of a lti.,f l
gentleman of Boston, recened throazul
Boston Post Office, dated Sept. H, I
Sir I am induced by feehnirs of ihr huiA
I gratitude to make known to the public the W I
Remarkable Circumstance. XJ nan their!
nl (by court-martial) of Cnntain Sevmour
and thu officers of II. B. Majesty's frigate
vnanenger, lor tne loss ol thnt ship near the
port of Conception, on the coust of Chili, the
extraordinary fact was given in evidence
that the lute earthquakes on that coast have
transformed what was previously a current
oi two mues nn Hour to tho northward, into
a current of five miles an hour to the south
ward, ami that the soundings along the
wuoie coast nave been materially changed.
Curious Custom. In Fricdland. as in
Sweden, the steeples nro generally built
npart from the churches. Were these erect
ed on some neighboring hill, one might sup
pose the object to bo the extension over thu
whole scattered parish, of tho circle within
which the bell is audible: bul thev ore fr...
qneiitly on lower Ground, nnd nl unvs null.-
close to the building, the top of whose pent
roof is sometimes higher than that of the
steeple. Elliot's Letters.
Ancestors. The number of ancestors
person has, is astonishing nt first sight: at
uioi i,u puii-ms, m uie scconu lour, the pa
tents of his futher and mother: in thn thint
eight, the parents of his two trrnndr.iilu.r.
and two grandmothers; by the same rate of
progression, tua-i in the tenth; and nt the
iciuiii uegree, or at the distance or twen
ty generations, everv Derson has nbove I .
000,000 ancestors, as common nritlunotin
Bleeding at the Nose. The infnrmn
tion contained in the Philadelphia Journal
capei-img a case oi this description, which
appeared almost desperate, is vulunblo and
mpormnt, A young mnn 19 years of aire.
w IUUIU31-I, mm. iiu laimea several
times. Mineral acids. Irn In tin. nnr.1
weru tried, but without unnninrr ihu n. r
I.I I - .1. .. . Il-"b'
nnd mrtnl lr- nn.l I. tnJ-...l '."u : i , , """ "rutier Was
. ."i. r ""V. " . 'J f'V'J or- i""PU- who blew up powdered Gum Arn.
it occupies not i bic through a quill the hemorrhage cens,.,l
nament for n ccntro tnhle,
more than a square foot, und weighs uhotit
twenty pounds. A company has been form
ed for tho manufacture of tlicso articles We
witnessed one of them a few days ngo Tin
quantity of heat sent forth was astonishing.
They aro accompanied with no danger
We shall speak again of this ncnt, useful
and economical invention. N. Y. Trans.
Anecdote. A farmer once hired n Ver
monter to assist in drawing logs. The Yan
kee when there was log to lift, genorallv
contrived to secure the smnllest-cnd, for
which tho farmer chastised him, nnd told
him always to take the butt end. Dinner
enrno nnd with it a sugar loaf Indian pud
ding; Jonathan sliced offa generous por
tion of the largfst part, and giving the farmer
wiuleitclaimed 'always take the Utt end.'
New Year's Anecdote. A little girl
was desp-jtched by her mother on New
eur s day to wish a Grocer a 'Happy New
ear, with directions to tell him that she
would 'ttike the gift in molasses,' Accord
ingly she took u jug ond went to the store
and did her errand ns follows: Mara told
me to come and wish you a happy new
year, and here's n jug to put it in.'
Diogenes being nsked of what beast the
bile is most dangerous, answered 'of wild
beasts that of n slanderer; nnd of tame beasts
that of a flatterer.'
He is a temperate man whose mason rules
hisnppetije nnd ho is nn intempernto man
wjior e appehtr rules his reason.
Carpenter, Charles W,
Child, Henry W.
Cha-o, James A.
Drown, Sallyann M.
Gregory, Charles E.
Hale, Christopher S.
Sartwell, Henry E.
Wilson, John H.
Wheeler, Benj. F.
ASA GREEN, P.M.
Jjist of Letters
Remaining in tho Post Office at Westminster,
Vt. January 1, 183G.
Joseph B. Fuirbrother
E. II. Harlow
Rev. Obod Sporry
Mrs. Mark Spencer
P. SAFFORD, '..V.
Remaining in the Post Office at Putney, Vt.
Junnarv 1. lR'lfi
Wm. S. Bennett
E. G. L. Hominedon, 2
Teresa. D Joy
Justus L. Knapp
Nancy P. Lurabao
John D. Lord, 2
John B. Pcirce
Elliot F. Whitcomb
Mat or TiCttci'ft
Jleiiiatiiing- in the Post Office at Dummerston,
Vt- Jnn ii out I lQOi!
100,000 Acres of Land
rjpiIE subscriber offers for sale IOO.CO0 j lowing cure by means of JEWETT'SIbm
J- acres of Land, situato in the towns of , cd Vegetable Pills or German SpeciSc l
Orleans, Clayton, Pamelia, Le Roy, Alexan- ! complaint wns the dyspepsia, attenieits
dria, Philadelphia, Antwerp and Wilna, in the 1 pain in the side and stomach, loss of pta
county of Jefferson, and in the town of Diana, i cel. I applied to several physicians, isj a:
in the county of Lewis, in tho Stato of New ell tho medicines tencrally prescribed toje
l'fk. 'sons in my situation; but they proved ai
I liese lands aro generally of the best qual-1 fectual. At last, in accordance with lie
ityjand highly suited lo the growth of all i vice of a friend who had been cured in mi
Kinds ol Oram, especially hem and Corn, as t-omething similar to mine, I made a tmlcfil
well as the raisin-r of Cattle. Thev are situ. , above named Pills, nnil hv mv imf,l,r,il.f.-!l
ated in a healthy country, surrounded bv ex-! inr? the directions, thev Asvp mn .lmi ,..'..1
j tensive and thriving settlements, between the relief, and by using two boxes more Ani
j Black river and the river St. Lawrence. Their fectcd a permanent cure. 1 am now ttptr
j vicinity to several nourishing villages, offer lo ' excellent health, and would heartily reta
. these lands all the advantages ol'an old settled mend to those persons laboring under dn
. v ,M,Mu,tuii.,ii., uii uiu iraci are ma, iu mane inai oi ine aoove menicine.
From the Iter.J. D. Drummntl
With feelings of pious gratitude tolitiisl
THE subsciiber has for alc Fir.r: Frames
of nil sizes, which he will sell as cheap
as the cheapest, cither for Cash or Produce.
20,000 ft. 2 11 inch Ash PInilk,
for which a fair price will be triven.
Guilford. E. Villain. TW. Q!l. tH-. I7
already extensive, and a irreat manv furm. am I
11 art to ill). Con. Oct 'itilh, 183.1. ! in a hich stale ofculttvntion. Grist Mills and !
IIKiA'KY C. PORTI3R CO. Isw r n operation on the tract, and (whence flows every good uA v,nmi,K
CTAYING made nrr,,.Rements for U-av- fr ZT'1 ? lCliis n 1 nw come forwaru To unite mine to tk
J iing .his CUy. o,rer lor M,e their stock ' " V s,, 1,!.
HARDWARE A: GDTLGRY,
at such reduced rules, as to make it nn ob
ject for purchasers to cull and examine.
They will be sold at less than
,yew York I'riccs.
The Goods iiru new, of our own importa
tion, have been purchased with Cash in
England, and many have been InnnYil fmm
the Liverpool Packets within the ast t wen! i
days. To nny.person w ishing to commence
uie naruwarc trade in tins place, nnd take
tho benefit of an established business u-;l,
uie nrivncire oi llic ease n i n Sinr.,
vert advantageous situation
The Goods will be sold in hirncor small
quantities to accommodate purchasers.
20,000 lb. Iron W ire of snnnrlor mini.
ill- frnm X'n I ir. in 1
" 'J ...... . , ,.F I 7,
-lO I ons Cust Iron Hollow Ware
8w &. -It eow 9
I,..., ... .1. .r ....,u ii. i iv ciin u I
ofmTnd lri ,i r encc proved Vegetable P.lls." For more ihit
T i ' " f'jr markets. ve.r3 , Sllfrcrci from a d rfs
set it 'IWo J U Zl V y "nPr"VnS "I'1 ' ,lomncl' "ing to a derangement of the t
en! y'-TUuSr, , W'n b ive organs-and though 1 ran .he,
Also several Improved Farms for sale
JOHN LA FA RGB.
La Fargeville, Jefferson county, N. Y.
August 1, isai. (;m,,j
Abel Haven, Jr.
L. ALLYN, P.M.
L-X of I'et,p!, remaining in tho Post
Office at Guilford, Vt. January 1 H! fi
Cleveland R. Bixby, Bli Bixby, OlwerCook
James .Davis, John Erwin. Lucinda nZ?
Eliiiu Field, P. M.
Fire Frames! Fire Fi-.h....i
A NEW supply ,,r Frnmcs jllst reco, d
Atuiitionnl leslimoiiy in favor of
(Certificate from Daniel Gilbert. M. DA
METHOD is tho natural consequence of
whatever ia innt ain.nU ...,i ...i....
is simplo is easi v undcrstunil. v.,,,. p... :-
simple, and tho application of it well under
stood bv yourself and rnn tin Kit
lhcro is nothing more simple than lo see that
tho cushion pad is bad, because a soft tub
stance acts against a soft substance, and nu
tralizos the power of the spring, consequently
it will not keep a hcrnm well up or effect a
perfect cure. Your Cnnirni itoii : . .. .
fulcrum, situated as it m upon tho spring and
capable of keeping 10rllia perfectly up. I
have no knowledge of so good a Truss, and I
would recommend the application of it by all
...w w.u iiuoiutiiiiiv iu imvo n Hernia,
n ,.i i n DANIEL GILBERT.
Brattleboro, Dec. SO, 1635. 17
"fTE the subscribers being appointed by the
r- . IJ"nAsa.K"i,,t' Ls(l- Ju,,S0 of the
Court ol Probate for the District of Mailboro,
Commissioners to receive, examine and udiust
j mended cnurc of many remedies fiwiil
wieir rouei giving virlucs, yet all wai rimil
useless, until at length through the idtttil
a friend, I consented lo make trial oftheitail
iiameu nils, the use ol winch his eonfie'l
csinnusueu mv long wihed tor health.
J. D. DRUM M OND, Catholic Pnet
Boston, Ms. July 2.'I, IKW.
For sale by N. B. Willisto., BnttUkil
anu Krr:s J'ho.mi'so.n, Putney.
I'ncc 50 els.
and in most cases a fewl
notice that we will attend to the bos iVfi nf ?. ' . - - ll, tak.en .'" sc.asc!n ll,'S .1
nu. : . ... 1 iiuii: bniii iwiinii niitn rmio u-hA haii nrfirirnrLiB
uui up luimincni ui Jlarsha Wh thed'a InnA i ...... .."
in said Vernon, on the lsn, .1... r " triod various other remedies without the W
from nnn 1.11 .i. .IL n V u "uli
T , . r WA "Ic sevtrn' crcu"OM to Jan. 10, 8.V.
the Ltato of .1POLLOS CUJPP, Into of
union in uie county of Windham and State of CURE
. , .luriiu, .u(irescnicu insolvent, and rvKP ntiin
rL,,u.n.l ls rro'n '? :'0t' dX of December. I O r 'v'
j 0,1.1. uuiiii; niiowcu snu
and substantiate their claims
Isaiah W. I.,s,... 1
Vernon, January 7, 163(i. ' ' '
HE subscriber respectfullv invites nil per
sons thai lini-n nniil.l A ' .
Nnio. 1I...1 u "",M" nccounis nnu
wotos thathavo become due. to call nn.l .n.n
hem beroro the First of February next, or
they will find them left with nn Attorney. '
ASH BI-JL DICKENSON.
Dec, Ml. DUTTON t.
A He 6 w
tcntion .0 become a mJt"VXJl"'
Jon- 1 MftGE, BltACKE'PT &. CoV
debted to tl.o
mako payment by the 1st of
I). B. THOMPSON
... ' v u ti.
A l'i notsons imliiliiii.l , ,i .... .
XX i0m,s,n,i in 7.r. 1. 1 ' . criDcr nro
. fcM nmuu iiuvmcnr iv th. 1.,
Rratlleboro, Doc. HI, 18!15.
Mnrblo ami Slnlo Grave Sloncs,
Cheap nt all events. Those wishing to pu'r.
c hnso this winter, will please call on A & F
irraMlni"" n K'TTREDGE.
Brattleboro, Doc, 17. tf
1'ure linmn nil.
B. &. D's,
rsnr nV,1 hind8 1' Ods
QJOLI) ut Low Rqlos nt
, 1MRGB Si DICKINSON'S.
STATE OF VERMONT.
Dl.llrirl nf l.lk l
special Probate Court holdcn at the Office
of tho Jin in, nf P.n.., r, yuict
: 1 1 ... . : ."-on., in iummerston 11:
said I d.s 1 net, on t he second day of Jan. A. D
16.1G Present, Hon. Asa K.nioht. J..,i .
C VLv r p',n -I,olbrook. Guardian t'o
imi.n v... ?a;;vt:;.!" u"u "Cir
late of B.tbo o-T "
and moves for license ,0 sell Tl I X Real Es'
tate of his sn .1 Wi.,.1 i. 1 :.. , s
bo , wh-;:;.-' "sr,.:""i"H umuio.
h ., -"--h". 13 orocrcu, mat 1 10 same
bo heard and dec s on 1 inrnm, i.,i , . ,
ro ale Court to be hoiden at the Ort 'of
ho Judge of Probate in said Dummnr ,
10 sixth day of February next; And for
ho purpose o. notifying all'concerned of the
time and olnco of murine .1 :.. .
he aSl ofu-hich publication to be least two
weens previous to the session
n nrin . x,.u.,
. w, . If n rnnun ss.rtn..
Attest, A. REYES, Reg'r.
STATE OF VE1WIONT.
District of Marlboromrh ...
Al llio Probato Court linl.l.M. nt v. ....
in said district, on the lust Wcdiiesday of
December, A. D. 1805-Prosent, Hon. Asa
iOMKS Samiiol Ktliot, Administrator of
u.sinui, (icccased, and fi es
his administration account-, Whoreforo h i!
ordered .hut tho sumo bo he'ard and oZi od
beroro said Court, nt the session thereof to bo
notifying aTi pe'rs'on; ZiTMN f
on. place of ,carill!r, .ffll."!0. , T
copy of tho record of H.io
successively, in the Vermont
copy ol rocorcl.
reeled to publish u ' cBop7oV7, TociTofil
order three weeks success! 1 iW?Lli
1 nccnix, ns soon as may bo,
A true copy of record.
Attest, A. KEYE8, Reg'r,
effect. Knowimr tho ilnnnrr nf npulectitfll
Cough at this season of the year, initio
unfrequontly proves troublesome, but ii ffr
quently the foundation of consumption. U
those who have a courh. have immcJijte
course to this Syrup, and thereby secure &
enjoyment of good health for the trininjra
of torty-two cents. Tho above syrup is to
posed wholly of vegetables, nnd tho propneiw
do earnestly request that all persons ifflicw
with a cold or cough, would try this invalid
Prepared only by Whittom & Wiirriill
Drili'Ilists. Cambri.lcrpnnrf Mm., and cold If I
Dutlon Isvcrelt, Brattleboro, Vt.
August, 21, 1635. jjj
Vcffclablc RhcuiuaUc Drop-
!" ANY articles arc before the public,"
, c"re for that most obstinate and lorrr.
ting disease, the Rheumatism; and frometo
observation we arc led to believe thitll'I
Hive, to a very great extent, failed to proKi
Hint desirable result n,l m.,. i. nni !. altn
ted to the fact, that articles said to cure
troublesome dirorder, aro also recommeaW
to euro ulmost every disease with wliicbi
roil bodies are atluekml. nn.l in llinir Drcwn-
tion that object is kept in view, viz: to l"rt
tho medicine a cure for all diseases.
Tho Vegetable Rheumatic Drops arecf
to tho public as 11 remedy for Rheumatism.'"
ns no case is known whero a perfect cure
not effected, wo aro justified in declaring '
vnluablo medicine for that painful disease, '
lor 110 other isit recommended. PriceSOcenW'
, CEllTiriCATE. j
JUossrs. Cnosnvs &. C.n r .un.nfllictcilwl
sovorul rioiiths with tho Rheumatism,
Jinvlng used every remedy recominendeil Wl
tho most eminent Phuini.,... ,;.. mv react, I
without success, 1 at length procured a tiotj!'
ol your Rheumatic Drops, or Sure Henw
and made the application as directed, md '
lore l had used one half of it, a perfect cw I
W'ns effccto.l : nn.l in m i. i.i.. ti.nuinc I
bottle cured twn nr m .,:i.i. 'n Is no I
about two years siuco I used your medici"
and I Imvo not beon troublod with the W""
matism sinco. Kodnev Si-Ainis-
fllanon, O, Mny 20, 1832,
Sold by DiiTTnw x. r T..itli.tiorOi
Sold Who esalo by Wm. Stimpson, and P-
..usionj annus & haw,,Aionj'
August 1, 1635.