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From the New England Farmer.
T. G. Fkssknden, Esq. Dear Sir : In
December, 1831, you published in the N. E.
Fitomcr a communication from me concern
K" oi species of Indian corn, which I had
planted tho preceding season, the seed of
which I had procured of Judge Buul. Its
chief recommendation, in my estimation re
sulted from the fact, that it crime to' muturitv
about a fortnight enrlier than any kind of
-li . ..1.7.1 .1 r rf i
neiu corn wmcii ine iurmers in my neigh
borhood ivero accustomed to plant; thus an
ticipating tho early uutumnal frosts, and en
abling rao to sow my corn land with wheat
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in luiciuuit; seusun. i cxprcsseu mo opin
io also that it had been ns productive as
nny oilier corn which 1 had ever planted
but ns I had tried it but once, I did not fee
so confident of its productiveness as to com
mend it on that account. I have planted
tho samo kind of corn tho past season, and
no other; and the result has lully equalled
my expectations. I was able to gather my
corn leisurely, and finished sowing my corn
and potatoo ground by the 3d of October.
In former seasons, with n. different species
of corn, I was always hurried, and was sel
dom able to finish sowing wheat till about
the middle ol October, ami in some seasons,
not until iiAer tho 20tti. Wheat sown so
late, is more liable to blast, and is more ex
posed to be winter killed, than that which is
sown earlier, and has oppoitunity to get
wen rooieu ueiorc tno ground treozes up.
Late'sown wheat will sometimes produce a
fair crop, but success is so uncertain that it
should bo avoided when practicable.
I have taken some p.iins the past season
to ascertain the productiveness of this corn,
with some degree of certainty. In order to
try the experiment, I selected a piece of
ground which by actual admeasurement,
contains one acre and twelve rods. This
ground was planted the preceding year about
one half of it with potatoes, rtie other half
with corn. This selection was made, not
fiom choico, because I do not approve of
planting tno satim ground lor two success
ive years, and more especially with the
same kind of crop. The result of this ex
periment showed evidently that it is bad
husbandry to plant the same ground twice
in succession with the same crop, for the
corn on that part of the piece where corn
grew the preceding year, was not so well
cared nor were the ears so large ns on that
part which had been planted with potatoes, j
In the beginning of May. twelve loads
of coarse manure from the barn yard, werei be
spreau upon mo land, unit it was then well
covered under a furrow of five or six inches
deep. Eight lo idsof fine manure, composed
chiefly of earth that had been deposited in a
low snot in :!ie yard the preceding summer.
were then spread upon the land, when it
was narrowed with a light seed harrow, till
the surface of tho ground was well pulver
ized and the fine manure was mixed, and
partly covered with the earth. The cround
was planted on the 13th of May, in rows
ofth reo and a half feet asunder, with a space
oi two leei between tho hills. The seed
was soaked about twelve hours in warm
water, mixed with plaster, planted five ker
nels in a hill, and at the first hoeing, thinned
out, so as to leave but three stalks standing
in each hill. The corn was hoed three
times, and tho last hoeing was performed
early, about tho 25th of June, some days be
fore the corn begantoshow its tassels. I
have long been of opinion, that cutting or
disturbing the fibrous roots just before the
corn is about to set for ears, is injurious to
the crop, as it impairs its capacity of imbi
bing nourishment at a time when it is mot
From the New York Herald.
THE HUDSON LOVE AFFAIR
We have, received further intelligence of
the mysterious love nllair, an account or
which we gavo a few days ago in the Her
ald. The na'mo of tho young lady is Miss
W , that of the young gentleman to
whom she is engaged, Mr. . We
cannot be more specific but a very person
conversant with tho city ol Hudson under
stands whom wo mean.
Strong surmises havo recently been ere'
nted relutivu to tho father of tho vouncr Indv.
It seems that somo time ago ho left Hudson
for Rochester, where he attempted to eel into
business, but did not succeed. He returned
recently to Hudson, nnd some remarkable
circumstances have been discovered in re
lation to his conduct.
Tho communications of the anonymous
lover continue to annoy the young lady
but the most mysterious part of the whole
business, is the exact knowledge the myste
rious scoundrel possesses of the most private
acts of Miss W in. In one of his letters,
he tells her every little thing' she did, on a
certain evening before she retired to "balmy
sleep." He describes to the accuracy of a
pin, her night dress tells where she hung!
her gown, how many times she looked in
A Valuable Invention. Dr Me William
of thiscitv. has taken out n patent for n stove
for heating carriages of all kinds, which is
onool tho most vuiuauiu inventions which
havo ever been made. It is reinnrkable in
its structure, nnd may be sold for six or eight
dollars; and it consumes an inconsiderable
onantilv ol coal. J tie nuvnntagcs oi sucn
a .stove arc ulmost too obvious to be men
tioned. Taking up very little room, they
may bo fitted to tho bottom ol gigs or chins
cs, and of every variety of carriage, nnd ore
particularly well adapted to rail road cars.
Tho cxpenso of fuel is not abovo three cents
I 1 , II . 11! -.. 1!
a nunurcu nines iniveiiiui;, ui mi uruinary
rate. For n trifling expense, a stage driver
may now be us comfortably situated on his
box, as by the room lire; ami mo pleasures
of sluigh-riding may be enhanced a hundred
fold. This slovo is now used in the cars
of the Baltimore nnd Washington rail-road,
and gives entire so.tisaction.
Accident. It gives us pain to record n
painful accident that happened yesterday af
ternoon on Warren Bridge. As n sleigh,
filled with gentlemen, was passing over, one
of them Mr. Lyon of Cambridge, leaned
out ut one side and turned his head to look
at somcthinc thev had nassed. At that
the mirror what paper she did up her Imiri instiTut the sleigh slipped against one of the
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wiui, anu even ine smauesi mciueni mat miuois, uiiugiii;; me : iii-aii ui 1111. uyuu mien
may occur in a lovely young lady s bouilotr,
at the interesting hour of eleven in moon
light. Letters have nlso been addressed and
sent to the "slat vominis Umbra" through
the I'ost Office of Hudson, but they have
never yet been called lor.
An ccclaircisscmenl of this nllair is be
come n passion among the young people of
Hudson. It has created more sensation
than the affair of Mary Powers. They
have resolved to discover the impudent ras
cal at all hazards.
We are promised 0 few more of his letters
which we shall give os soon as received.
iVt present nil is dark and vague.
An old nnd curious hue. The followi'mr
is copied from the Albany Transcript, and
will bo interesting to courting beaux of the
present day :
A law in Massachusetts, adopted in the
year 1G17, was such that if a young man
attempted to nddiess a young woman with
out the consent of her parents, or in case of
their absence, he should pay the, fine of X J
for the first offence, X 1U for the second, und
be imprisoned for the third. Thus in 10 19.
one Matthew Stanley was tried for engaging
the affections of the daughter of John Tar
box, without the consent of her parents, and
fined X 10; fees 2s Gd. The same year,
three married women were fined 5s for
scolding. We apprehend such fines would
be of no avail at tho present time. Five
shillings would not stop the tongue of some
women, or X l." the gallantry of young
Lachxaihk This is the name ofa young
iy between the post and the back of the
sleigh, nnd killing him instantly. Air. Ly
on was sexton to the first p-tri'sh in Cam
bridge, nnd has left wn understand, a family
to deplore his melancholy fate. Boston Cou.
To roitM a vigorous mind Let every
youth earnestly settle it in his mind that if
he would ever be nny thing, he has got to
make himself or in other words, to rise by
personnl application. Let him always try
his own strength, nnd try it effectually, be
fore he is allowed to call upon others; send
him buck again and again to the resources
or his own mind, and make him feel that
Itinltlclioro High School.
nnllli Spring Term of tho Uhattlkiioro
JL llimi School, will commence on tho
th dny of March next.
French, - - $500
Latin and Greek, - - 'l.'r0
Kn.lUli. - - - B.fiO
A rim. nf small Scliolnrs will bo formod
who will be thoroughly taught in the much
neglected branches of reading, defining anil
T?!"IT ... ,.. .... :.
French, lioinny, 6ic. win do langm uv
SARAH STRAUSS, WHOSO Services Ull! suusun
bcr 1ms secured for tho coming term.
John s. uiiuwiN.
N. B. Mr. Brown would thank ull those
who nro desirous ofnlacing their children un
dor his clmrirc the ensuing term, fo signify the
.mint, verbally or otherwise, that nn opporlun
ilv may bo given of Classing, as far as practi
cable, the Scholars, beforo tho commencement
oflho term. l eu. y.i.
A FARM, containing nboul ono
i? Ii ti lid roil and forty acres of Land,
situate in IScwtanc, between ray
cttcvillc nnd Williamsvillc, about
two miles from each place. Snid Farm is
well fenced with stone wall, well wooded, and
well watered, with convenient buildings thcro-
on, onil tho transport good. More or less
land may be had, as best suits the purchaser.
One yoke of Oxen, 10 or Iff Cows nnd sonic
young htnek muy bo had with the Farm, if
wanted. For further particulars enquire of
tho subjctibcr, near the premises.
March 1st, 183(1. -IwUC
rjn II E subscriber have recently received
JL from llurlford, a Inrgc assortment of
IU1XC11 I'L.IXBStf JOIXEltS' TOOLS,
of primo quality.
Also have fur Side,
Circular, Wood, Tenon, Mill, Cut, Hand
nnd Hack Saws Patent Saw Sets variety of
llraccs and llitts -Cast Steel Augers do.
Auger Bills Sliding Ilevels Try .Squares-
Steel do. Firmer Chisels and (Jougcs Turn-
SI raiv Cutlers ami Fanning
F tho most nnoroved construction, for solo
by E. II. THOMAS, nt tho Tnnnory of
n.wiMMt! f!llAlfnT Oil.
Ilratlloboro. Feb. d. 183(5. ivis22
nplll'2 subscribers havo just received and
J contracted for 11 constant supply of I'ow
dqr suitablo for blasting also of u superior
niulily lor tho Nile ami bunting.
Dec. 1 . B. F. St R. S. BROWN.
6) CHAMBERS nnd a Clllaii, in tho New
i Stono Building. J. II. W iirr.l.Eii.
rtnllE firm of A. & F. Van Door will bo
JL dissolved tho first Monday in April next
bv mutual consent.
This timely notice is given that those having
ACCOUNTS nnd NOTES in which this firm
havo an interest, may bo closed or arranged
within the time.
Cabinet Work and Chairs
of every description, sold at their usual loir
WAivi'KlJ n tew thousand tcct ol Unit
inch Ilass Hoards. Also, n quantity of good
Mnplo and Birch Bedstead Timber.
N. B. The Cauimtt and Chair Business
will be continued at the Old Stand by A. Vam
ANTHONY VAN DOORN,
FREDERICK VAN DOORN.
Brattlcboro, Feb. 15th, 1830. 21
rrMIIS truly valnuMc remedy has now been
jl ueiorc the public lor years, nnu bus now
proved itself tho most valuable remedy discov
ered fur coughs, colds, asthma, or phthisic,
consumption, whooping cough, nnd pulmonary
afi'ections of every kind. Its sale is steadily
increasing, and the proprietors aro constantly
receiving tho most favorable accounts of its
effects. The following new certificates are
offered for I'uiu.ic Examination.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I. Daniel P. Ravnian. of Richmandtown. R.
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. . 1 1 1 r - V 'J11--1 "" 1 irinvr winsuis uiiu wmigus i urn- J ic-ui 11 111 uuiy iu iicquuiui wie mime, uiai 1
thero is nothing too hard for industry nnd , ing, Mortice, nnd Socket Chisels Spoke have received tho most uncxpecvod relief in n
perseverance to accomplish. In his early I Shaves Drawing Knives Piano Irons Nuil severe complaint of tho lungs, from the uso of
Hammers Carpenter s Auis all kinds I- iIce, the cgeliible Pulmonary Hj1s.hu. For three
horse nnd shoe Rasps Sheep Shears Scis- years previous to my trial of the Balsam, I had
sors Glue Kettles of different sires Brass, I u seiere pr.m in my breast, violent cough, fro
Woodnnd filnss Knobs Stock Loi-kiTiunk, j qucnt raising of lilood, attended with greuti
Chest and Pad Locks Percussion Locks nnd prostration of health. For the principal part
v.aps rairni woor nnu ivnoo tunics uust 01 me auove time, I was under the euro ol a
Hrnslies Paint and Varnish do. Houc Bells skilful physician of Iloslon, who employed, bc-
uiiu limiting. siuus many internni medicines, blistering, sea
At .l,n IVnbn,. r' 'CJZ
in said district, on il. 1... ?. ''
February. A.D. mo- v J'y,
Kniciit. Judcc! lrcsc"'.l;.
A COPY of the last Will ani. T
DANIEL II AVON ut 7'
in the countyT)f Woicct,,lj..cf Cj
sachusetts, deceased, duly m. ,
Probate Court for sn.d SoRrf
tortlierein named, tlmiVhVS A1
and recorded in this Court ; i Z ,
hcari'iis be had in ilu
at the session thereof to be" Ma, ''",?
Vlllp in snul ilintrin r... il... i. . ,. a,h
l.l. . a.i "ten.
...... v.,, uui , iiiiu ior ine purpoctifV
nil eonrnrnril nf lt,n ... i 1 , 1 Hs
said executor is directed to pub hsh I
record ot this nrd. r thine WceV, ., K
in ), V,.,... 1)1 !uc.R
A . - 5UUD as ir
J. .lUf CUIIV OI rri'rirl
27 Attest. A irt'Vte
nnd timid flights, let him know that slronge'r
pinions are near and ready to sustain bun,
but only in case of absolute necessity.
When in tho rugged pnths of science : if
difficulties impede his progress which he
cannot surmount let him lie helped over them
but never let him think of being led when
ne has power to walk without help ; nor oil Varictv of Knivr, and FnrL-.-I rnn nml ' tfirifl. A r U'it limit n ni imnrntnmntif in me Pn. n
carrying his ore to another's furnace, when Plated Spooni Snuffers do. Trnys Hrnss I Two months smcc rcoiumenced with the Bai
lie can melt it in his own.
A It VU (0 M a
One Door South Cune's Store, Brattleboro
kettles do Bailed Hollow Ware Hrnss Can-1 sain, und have now taken two bottles !
J dlcsticks Shovel nnd Tongs Hrnss Andirons ' now able to labor most part of the time, I I
SadironsMincing Knives Pocket nnd Pen censed to raise blood, and am ulmost enti
F A Ii M
Knives Razors Razor Hqpes do. Straps
Clothes llrnslios Ih'artli, "Iluir and Tooth
Brushes Whitnwnsh do Coffee Mills Bel-
1 lows (ilnss Lanterns Jnpa'nM Lnmps Cast
, Steel Shovels and Spades Trace Chains
J large Sleel Yards.
I'lnln.l '!';,,,,, I n.,,1 Tl. .,',! 11...... 'P.:...
I " m u.i.. w..rM.i ...nut:?;, . , ,-
' tilings Shoe Thread Patent Leather Mo.
lWtHh ' rocco llimlini' nnd I.inimr Skitwfnnnilmr
! id. n r..ll I.. r n...l.i: ;.'. ,
iL-iiutuii oi uiv cougn.
DANIEL P. RAVMAN.
Boston, Feb. 21, I8:.
From Dr. Samuel Morrit.
To the proprietors of the Vegetable Pulmonary
I ntn satisfied that the Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam is a' valuable medicine. It has been
usuii in una pmce wtin complete success in nn
man whose li.'e and character nnd meiau-r 1)0 I--''. (n"d posession given the First be cold at the lowest in
choly end have caused a great sensation at L of -M'"' that celebrated Tavern! WILL
Paris. Ho had been a student of medicine I ,uTAJiI "vilfinm, N. II. well know n by , Brattlcboro, Ft-b. 10.
and for some trivial theft committed some 5 ! TL'lJt''XSk l ' T'T V..,.,
years since was condemned to prison. On Stand is perhaps too well known tender ,i
liming his prison, his anonymous writings enumeration nf its many advantages .1 nil ne
in the Hon Sens newspaper on the peiilten-, cessary suQicc it to say that it bus nlwavs
tiary system attracted much notice, but tlm ' been termed the best stnnd for h
editor having ascertained that the author 1 twcen Kecne and Bostoiic-thn Brattleboro nnd
was n felon, refused to receive any further I .,!ostoin travel through tiiitt placo is last increas
comninnications from him. This soured his 1 ln a Sla.S-' breakfast at this House each
mind.und madehim swear venI.e.nir..n.rio , '""""ng-it is much tho Oldest Stand in the
mankind. Shortly after, he commenced n
; with a full supply of Budding Materials nnd obstinate complaint of the lungs, attended with
Cnbinet Milkers' Articles nil of which will n seierc cough, loss of voice, nnd the rnistng
mnrKetpru.es. 1 ol much blood which had previously resisted
IS! ON &. llLLR. i many npiiroxcd nrescrintioiw. A1W ii.im, il...
ttwT.li Balsam one week, the patient's voice returned
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T T 9 11 "I 1 .- cihuicii iu llaR niiuiuiy. I HIS
llKllil ItUODCr HJTOOdS. f ciise occurred snmetiuic since, nnd the man is
c n . -r ! I0W engaged not only in actiie but laborious
JKilj5LI UU uustne.s. Kcspectrnlly ymirs, itc.
Agents of the Boston Steam F,lnr SAMUEL .MORR1L.
TTAVK : I ..... .. :.. . -0''Cor.l, U. Jan. 30, ISK,
Hl ' ' . .."in., uiiu l-UIHIIIIIU lo
JLJL bo Mipplied with a good assortment of
em n mn '
A. t.l.,, l ,7 "ur-.
",v . vxuuu iiuiucn at V
in Said ( tstrict. nn ll.n I-.. ...
n ;M Daniel Tnijor, Adtn,nl!tn,
... ....... i'.l.,ir,l, VI 17 fit
of IJllllllliprstnn in -iwl .1 ,,y"
i is urucmi inni tue same l,
:..-.i i . r... . - -j . '"iruii
i.iiiiiiLu uuiuiu sum court at the im
to be holuen at ! av cttovillo n ...j . L
tlm nnrnntn nC nnf j IV i a. n . '
r.l..: ll. - . v.
ui uiu lllllL- .11111 Hiuce 01 lll.lnn .....
trator is directed to publish a c jnV rti,"
... - - i v ' . h i .r f .
i viiiiu.i, i .iul-iii. .is nr.n .c m..
A true pnnv nf tit ,r,
. ' I u .
, 4wi J J n
. .1 n , . J)i,lr!Ct. nf'Varl
in .no i iuuiiil- iourt iiuidon at r
" iiisinui, un me last U-..
a iu.iiii ,i,. . .
iors upon me Estate ot HA l'
- - v v . .Ut.' til I'V I.Qib.a
uici, uereaseu, anu muvr . rlic v , ,
tnurh of the Real F.Mjtr- , f s. i ,t
will raise the sum of Put hn 'nt '
dollars to provide fur the ravt-i, of r,.,'
of said deceased : Wher. t ,n i
mat me iieir and all c uorr ,.-. (n u
be notified, by a publican- i, .fa-
Ttriril flf tdic nr.lur ll.rnn .. ..
the Vennont Phoenix as oi n ,....
oppear before said court m ii,.... ...
to be holden at Fovctlcvi'le in sa Jl -,
llie last W riliipsrinv nf 1 ..,., .. ...
oonus lor Itie rnvnipntt .,r ,i.i,.
otner nnn sultifipnt pmun if ....i. .....
against granting said petilka.
A true copy of record,
7 Attest, A. KEYES
series of murders, assassinations, and robbc
riL'S. the Ilinst lllrni-lniic
The cultivator was used at each hoeing, four years or more he carried on these m-
and the o d practise of hilling up the corn cret murders, and escaped detection until he 1 Farming Tools, on reasonable terms
mid reached his eighteenth victim. This1 .l or mrtltcr particulars iiKjuiro on the pro
iuai una cieri. oi a oatik'er, und had come to I -a.hnli jonks, or oi
ai tne inst hoeing was dispensed with. The
stalks were cut early in September, but not
uimi uiey nau generally began to change
their color, nor until many of tho ears were
fully ripe. The corn was not picked until
the 30th Sept., nnd between that nnd the fith
ot uctooer was husked out and cribbc!
r rom ttus zz:z ;;;, i t-tvc rods of land, were
"...ereu 17 bushels of good sound con
nnd seven bushels of poor corn, makinn 22 :
bushels in tho whole. Had I anticipated so
a piu-.iuti, i wouiu nave preserved and
lha ... I !. I . '. 1
uucsiifu u uy itsen. in order to ascertain th
exact quantity ol shelled corn. But a part
nf tl ...... t I. ...I . 1 I
... ..ns Huauuu anu mixed with other corn
before my curiosity to know tho quantity
was excited. From the experiments which
i imve maue, 1 am satisfied that there were,
ui iu lime oi iiusiiing, about hair as many
bushels of corn ns there were of ears,
iMy crop suffered a considerable diminu
tion irom two causes. A little before the
time for the first hoeing, I found that my
neighbor's poultry had been very busy in
I lift nn r nml Ii...J . 11 1 .
... ..v.u, .,!, utiunuy scratched nnd
pulled un nt least one quarter of the piece.
1 his had to bo planted over the second linn.
nnd it was much less productive than the
While the corn was in the milk, a violent
ijusi o, lnQ passed over the field, und laid
tho wholo of it almost prostrate. Many
stalks were broken ofl'and never rose again
urn ior tnese two causes tlmre would havo
"otisiiieriiuie increase n 1 n nrml,,,,
place, and has hitherto commanded much the
greater sharo of business. A lease will be
given for a year or for a term of years, at the
option of the lessee. Also will be sold ifde
sired, tho Furniture now in tho House and
nnd an nlmnst ininl .!
..... . uusuntiiun 01 ine poor
torn I he green and mouldy ears were
...... ijr uu mumuiu to inesu causes, and with
out them the poor corn would scarcely have
exceeded ono per cent.
1 am, very respectfully, yours, &c.
iv , o ,. Samoci. Latiiiiop.
West Sprmgfteld, Jan. 1, 1830.
Mr. Ebenczcr Cole's Hair which so mys
er.ously was found by his wife, on his nil
Win Chesterfield tlo other morning! an I
out of which our neighbor or the Ouzel e
made a very good story-is astonishing tho
vlse-acres all over the country. Every body
seems to have forgotten tho habitual rope.f.
sity of the Ladies lo scratch, and "pull hair."
' r 'iC iCn ho'!'h diswred.nn Frost
of New Jersey has obtained nn act of the
Legislature orthat State, divorcing hor from
'ihor husband Franklin B. Frost. Tho mat-
" W&T .cln8: llnrI byco'nt' chilled, that
"Legislature Concluded to interpose its
jpjognttve, before the tender applicant had
jgbceome (rotf btitcn. N. Y. Enq, :".
pay him a sum of money. He failed in nn
attempt to rob nnd kill him, and was nrrest
d. lie then confessed, he liuil murdered
the whole eighteen with the tame instru-
Infill n e..i... nVr... I I ... .1 .111
ui.ui-suiuniui greui lengiu. rue
wounds of ull had been duly recorded at the
police as having one character This mis
erable young man was possessed of tho most
brilliant talents. The .lay before ho was
guillotined even ho comnosed
of exquisite tenderne.'s. His body nnd head
have been preserved. On the scaffold he
died a coward.
Fitzwilliam, N. II. Feb. 2:1, 1S3G. 42:
Please to Call.
-T OUSF. Painting, Papering, Wbite-wnsh--.L
ing and GlaziiiL'. done bv the siitm
as usual. He tendets bis thanks to the public
for past favors, and hopes by strict attention
to his business to secure a continuance of their
1 patronage. All work entrusted to him will be
luithlully and thoroughly executed on ihort
notice and liberal terms.
nrattleboro, March, 1830. .lm2G
A "villainous compound." A N. Car
olina paper complains that n
pedlar has been that way, who instead of
cluing 1110 people a bona litle cleansing ma
terial has inflicted upon them a lot nf tr.isl.
the principal ingredient of which is yellow
clay I It washes clothes dirtier than thev
were beforn I Tnnuilinn ...ill 1... .1
, M..UIH uk iiiltu again
in a twelve month... we'll ho l.nnnd fnr i,;,
with a load of new invented 'notions' mid
will shave them agnin with something just
about as valuable us clay soap.
rDIIlIS week received from Boston a largo
A lot of Haiiiiwark, (inocr.utKs, Paikts
and Mr.iiiciM:s. For salo by
Fob. 4. WILLISTON & TYLER.
the g eat varictv of articles of INDIA HIT It.
BER GOODS Mnnufnctiirod.by that Compntiv,
a mono wjjicn',Ani:
Gentlemen's Frock Coals; do.lSurtout do.
Pea do. Camlet
" Camlet Clonks: Pantaloons j
" Pniitnloons-, with feet ;
" Leggins, with and .without feet ;
Men's nnd Boys' Lasting,;
Buiralo Cloth and Drilling--
Caps, with and without Cape's 5
Ladies', Misses' nnd ChildrfjfcdPRONS, or
namented with Velvet ; '3!
Ladies' Kid, Lasting and Mole-skin SHOES
Gentlemen's Lasting and Mole-skin SHOES
CLOTH of various kinds, &e. vtc. Also,
India Rubber Felt BOOTS, n new iirliclo,
highly recommended as n durable and ex
cellent nrliclo ;
India Rubber SILK PLUSH HATS, of rsh
ionnble shape, very light, and perfectly
impervious to wet, which must eventually
take the place of nil other hats.
flyPurchnsers nre invited to call nnd ex
amine tho Goods, which are offered on the
most favorable terms.
Brattleboro, Feb. 21, 183(1. Gwf"i
District of Martk-rt
At tho I'rnlnli. Crti.r, I...IJ .
- 11 1 1 ut, ,11.- .uai ii txnptni r
uary, A. U. 1S36 Present, H i
K.moiit. Judge :
C10MES Uoswell Sar.rarl A'- i
' upon the Kftate .t f ;
Oi: A NT, late of Brati'ch n
deceased, and moves f,r an et
Inn. I A f 1 . t . ,
mcnt ol said estate onJ 1 av iJie ' i
"".i-ra . m nercui ' n 11 15 ur.i
same he heard befure sud ci urt a'
thereof to be holden at FaveUe
district, on the last Wrdtipsdav of V
And for the nurpoe cf nniifumr .,
of the time and plarc of bearing s
500 IBS. LARD, jWANTED-nt tho (
PART of which is put up iu Earthen Pols I mjJs I1I!n1i!rnV,0!i,
1 expressly for family use, at W.,k,:m:k'. . " t J Zi lJ 'TJ.
Stono Building, North Door,
Mystiiiuovs. On Saturday last, about
sunset, n man and n woman, of decent ap
pearance, urrived nt the Jersey Citv furry
from Newark. The female was" ill, so
much so us to require to be carried on board
1,0:1 "J' lier companion, where ho left
er and returned tn tlm
it he intent led tn linv. l...r nlm... i,..i..
1 . . v" '""" iii-ii'- ing soring, pro
less situation, ho replied that he hud offered prices, vil :
to see her safe to her friends in N. York forf-10011.. Uicc.4 1-
mu a uonar, but that site thought she would
beublu to reach herKlestination ulone, or
procure other nssistuneii wlu.n ol... .mi nv.r
1 ne river. 1 he man soon disappeared, und
the woman's illness rapidly increasing, sho
was brought ashore, and carried in 11 stale
of insensibility to the housu of Dr Clark.
corner 01 urnnd anil Hudson streets, whore
meiiieni aid was rendered her.
Wo understand that hor svmntoms wero
1. , .1 . .. . ; -
aiieu ns to inuicnto tho action ot poison. Un
being restored to sensibility, alio ileclnreil
that the mun who accompanied her to tho
lorry was her husband; that sho was per
fectly well when sho left Newnrk, mid she
nau taken nothing except an upplo which
her husband had given her, immediately nf.
tor eating which sho hnd experienced on un
easy burning suns.ition in her stomach. We
lenrn that when sufficiently restored to be re-
i i 1,1 :V0lmin xvns P'ven into tho caru
ohtho commissionor's of tho poor.
Jersey City Gazette, '
.Mt j'o. 1. mill's Huiltlinic.
IUU, Senl and Rock Otter CAPS ; Hnir
- Seal do. by tho dozen ; Fur Collars ; Fur
mm nair f.cal iiloves. ,'llso, Hutlulo Riiiiks,
dark color and of the first quality for salo ut
mu juwesi prices, uy
B. F. &. R. S. BROWN,
Police to Cash Customers,
npHE subscriber calculating to inako now
JL arrangements nnd luavo town tlm rnm.
ing spring, proposes to sell at tho following
100 Starch. 7
lljpnn Tcu, 67 "
" Skin do, 31 "
Itutieu ilu, tiocir 6 "
1 111,1. tiin, 2
" Whiting, 21-2 '
IVi.il. (il). 4
AHam, Ocli. Ib.
Uiiginmid pepper, 10"
" Spico, JU '
Ground do. do, 12
" (linger, 12
Rpsom Snli, 0 i
VineL'.ir. L'ul. 13 u
ivmio IV. Ulasi, ut rot.
All tho nbovo warranted lo bo first quality
Also.-nnv urticles remaining on hand at cost!
A lew wido, nnd nnrrow Brim'd HA'I'S
t'lonse call and judge for yourselves
Urn I ttiilm-A r.... If, , no..
'Ull, IU, iO.JU. op
rlPfI.,R Pr?nt u''aiuler over ll. F. & R S
ifTl";?:" 8 Also, Rooms for a Far,,-'
'' I," 6 ..unmng-n Jllncksmith's Slioii
near tho I- urnaco. (j, fj. HALL
30,000 Ym;rT,mc Srn"v c
rfr lr, ""I"011' t,, ""bscribor,
for- which SI per hundred will bo Onid i,
Quanymen & Stone Ilainmercrs.
Granito (liinrrics of
Company in Quincy, t)
nn 2(1 tn .in .... I..
tomcd tn Blasting and getting out Stone from
lodges, or Hammering stone. Industrious
in uii ui goou HUUIIS, will lind Ibo best xVanj
and constant employment, by applying to
Samukl-R. Juhssok. Esq. Agentv1.f the
company, nt liuincy, .Mass.
Communications may bo mado by mail, or
through E. Seymour, Esq. Brattleboro.
THOS. G. CARY.
Pres't of the Granite Railway Co.
Boston, Jan. 28, 1830'. tf oo
Certificate nf .Mr. Samurl h',.r,ll
In October, le'.to, I was attacked with a
cough nccomnanied with
. , ... ' . . - w . , . w .... Ill III Ull,- I - - I -
siue anil ililticultv ol breathing : I msnrio,! in irator is directed to publish a o rv f
several remedies, but without nfT.ri. In inn of this order three work siirri-..
lt!3l, I was attended by a skilful physician! Ve"iit Phoenix, as soon as ma ht
-ii.. ni.n3uiiiii.-miv rcceiveu mo nitviro ni .t. " irue conv oi rcoti .
oral others, but the disease steadily increased : a? Attest, A. KEYES
trio cough was incessant, attended with n
uioouy nnu otlensive expectoration; my llesh
was wasted, my feet swollen and mv strength
extremely reduced. Iu April my case seemed
utterly hopeless-I wus told by my physician
that medicine w as of no further service to me
uu ii wns not suspocted by any of my ftiends
that I could survive n month. In this situa
tion my daughter procured a bottle of the
egnauie ruimonary Halsam, (which sho had
heard highly recommended for similar com-
piaiiiisjniHl prevailed on me to make trial of it.
," l ,t " asatienueu wtin the mot unexpected
und nnppy results. It gnve mo immediate re
lict nnd ono bottle cll'ected n cure. I havo
biiilu neon irce irom pain in the side and
wuiigu, excepi in tno enso of common colds.
Boston, Mnrch 1, 1831.
From .Utoltos Smith.
I have been troubled more than 20 years
with tho Asthma, and have had recourse to a
variety ormedicincs.fAnderson's Cough Drops,
Ullleiirj'n Drniw U'lol,' M...i:..B '
itc.) w ithout experiencing much benefit. Mv
".iiimiiii increased to such n detireo that 1
STATE OF VEK.MO.M
iJisiriel ot Man . i
At the Probate Court holden at Bram '
said district, on the last Wednesut
uary, A. D. 1830 Present, Iff
a ij.iio inoa atockweii, Aomitic
V upon the Estate of Ll'liL STi
U J2LL,:e of Dutnmcrstcn in saiJii
deceased, and files her ndmuustratiun .
Whereupon it is ordered that thesanif !
and examined before said court at ir !f
lliereOI in lift in il.n t Wr.vr.t1t.rtni. 9
district, on the last Wednesday of Min i
And for the purpose of notifying ail F
concerned ol the time and place vl v.
C!,ttl n.l, ii in ! j -1.. :A .1: aJ .n ....ki.iL,'
iiuiiiiiioii,! mi ,a uir.-rifii .uiiujii?!'
Of tllP r.if-nril nf tliie .Innrn. I li rni. VPf ti
ccssively in the Vermont Phucou, an-
A true copy ol record.
27 Attest. A. KEYES. I
TUSI' added to tho Franklin Library-A-"
morican in England, by tho author of a
year in Spam Clinton Bradshaw, or the ad
TuTn ,f a lawyer Knto Bouverio, by
Mrs. Norton-Mardons and Davcntrys-Pil-grim
ot Walsinghnm or Tales of tho Middle
iges, bv Acnes Sirinl!li..wln, i.. .i..
sand, by James-Pirate, by Capt. Marryatt"
author of Jacob Faithful, Peter Simple! IC-
I r. t m ' b . ro,,n" 1110 World Tho
Rnmblcr in North America, by Charles Joseph
S , .br: ".:!"!."?. 1110 Alpln.took-Ran.lJn!
5 .i -..r . ll,"emnii, uy uapt. K ncaid
Solllh West. IV II Vn.,lInn'Pli ... 'i, "
- 1 rUllS nl A mnrinn F I IV. I... m . '
1 Ul. x.
STATU OP VJJiniOA'T.
District rtf Marl 1
At the Probate Court holden at
in said district, on the last Vi cdms-
i i . . . . . 1 1 .
- Luiu.iry, vi. u. iauo i'riscni, i
K.moiit, Judtrc :
m lumiio (Samuel French, Annui"
IL J ..nr... n f t r. I I'll
.ii- .O.il, ui J ,
despaired of relief, when in 1830, 1 accidentally
but fortunately obtained four bottles or the
egetnble Pulmonary Balsam. I received
ilium m uctouer at which timo I was confined
to tho houso. By the usn nf ni.l ll.l.
ono weok I iv i,. "u:.. ,"""' 'r upon me
ly restored to ; G ' : . " .9 ; G E, late ef Dun.mm:
I had an attack' of l hVl, n , ' " " " "sl f?'H U,i,r,c'' h".Jl
mediately cured by a few Tf , u 'U0 ,.acc?un' .! thereupon it
I havo been compelled to denl i n T i . " C.,M ncn.M n.1' !
Wll R I U3 been Vl'rv nrnmlnnl - -j ".i.iiiiv iu aaill UI51MC1, Ull luc
and ii hits t x m'Rv fvsTANDj' rJ n, ?e.?SOn' nQSaV of March next; And fortl.cr
I do not rJ,tirEi lJr' r'V'"? a J-rned of the time '
human family should bo den7ivedP nf , f.li,.C?r,nS' Sa"' "dnilui.tralor . dire
access to your vnlunb o Bulsnm n.) . i i" ' '"-V" " W"'J rl'c"i oi un vi-
been solicited by several nl,vsi,i,,J ' r. ' I Puessivcly iu the Vermont l
others to Zu ,: onu mW ns so?" " ny be,
soon as possible.
r . T APOLLOS STEPHENS.
Loponlmgon, Lowis co. N. Y. Feb. 11, 1832.
WILLISTON & TYLEn
P, , Have for Sale,
UrOCOrinsI 'Pone C..n'.. l . r.
Sugar Molasses, Rico, Flour, Raisins, Cur
In... V. f n ui wiiiuii nro oucrcu
lowlor cash, produce or credit. Jnn. 7
Indi.a Bubbcr Hats.
Pnl. 11 TI,K. E 1IUIL0INU)
t ob. 1 J, I or ualo by J; H. "WHEELER.
X.XFB! XXVUl tIPS!
HSSSKTCE OP TLltl
THE most highly esteemed Jlcdicm'1
liaS CVOr Imnn iliunnvnro.l fol Cd'
Counterfeits ! Betcare of Imrn;t;
iach genuino bottlo is onalnan.i i.i.'.'
wrapper, on which is a vnllm ii, 1 , LT '.'U8 ovor becn discovered w (y
S. lifcRh. N r' '""P' 8,gned Coughs, Colds. Aslh inns, nml
(C?" Tho great colohriu. nr nfn nt'it.k,,, .OTPrepared by Henry Seymour, fro?
VEGETABLEPULMONARYBALSAM hi. 8,na' Rccipe.by tho direction of said'
ooon tno causo or attompts to introduco snni-i mi CKnrtKicATn.
ous urticles, which by partialirusVumin? i L r,',s,lnay crt'fy all whom it may '
name of tho .rBnin ' . i! L.mw? . 11,0 that I tho subscriber, residing in Iladlcr,
and docoivo tho public. Among thnso V.nv !?V,,?,.,0 Improvement in the
uires aro tno "Amor can Pulmnimrv BnUn.,, i , ,"Vv nnu "onotninated "";
"Vegolnblo Pulmonary Balsnmk Sv wd l .,1 ,l,Bn.Mow, Konco of Life," and hve
"'onaryBalsam.orNow.York D?ow, flMxt. ro ""-TV1 llcciP" to Henry PeW
mid otfiors. Purchasers shonm ?, n"' f.u,d "nHIoy, nnd to'taim only The l'
true article bv itu ,i,i V1V V. "? oiates is lull o the sonhistirntcd atliW
TABLE PULMONARY nXi'-a am . . b" U,.is.iB J S'vo notice to the public, that if'
tlmt it liuatl : ... . 41i w.m boo Wish tor t in ri. n.i
i. nun ,nu nii'n ill rn r, ll.n i . i - ..... w.i.iiiiu ri.aui lu u.
I'or sale by N. B. WIt.,,..n "unry noymoiir. Dn. JosaWa.n iuo"
id K i: v i: s & TtttiMi-soN Put, eVr ' 0r' ZlT n pt' ' iQ'M
January 10, 1835. ' y , VB01vo w?d. h V? .& Lkvkri.tt,