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From, the Boston Reformer.
INFLUENCE OF SLAVERY ON LABOR.
We tire told that vc of tho North have no
concern with slavery, that it is one of the
domestic institutions of the South, nnd that it
is nn unwarrantable interference with the
domestic nffnirs of our neighbors, to say any
thing about it. From this wo wholly dis
sent. Shivery does concern us. It touches
every free laborer in New England, and
there is no question that interests the work
ing men of tlio Free States more than slavery.
It cannot be denied that even here, fash
ion is decidedly against the respectability of
labor. Any one of our fine ladies, or our
superfine gentlemen, would deem it n very
great misfortune to be reduced to labor for a
ljvelihood, Manunl labor is accounted an
employment inconsistent with refinement of
manners nnd high social rank. It is so
counted by those who do not labor and by
those who do, hnd this is tho reason why we
sec so many racking their bruins, devising
nil manner of schemes, ta obtain n livelihood
bv some other means than honest manual
labor. No man will work with his hands
as u common laborer, or a mechanic, if
can heln it. Whence comes this?
The cause is to bo found far back in the
historv of our race. In the savage stirtc man
does not labor. Whatever of labof is done
is performed by woman. The proud war
rior, or the lordly hunter, disclaims the hum
blc occupations of life. Hn. throws them all
upon woman as beneath his notice, makes
hor his slave nnd treats her as his inferior
because she performs the drudgery of life,
Or rather he throws the drudgery upon her
because he deems her his inferior, and ho
deems her inferior to himself because she is
inferior in point of physical strength which
to the savage is the measure of greatness.
In the state next above the savage, woman
is advanced from a drudge to a toy. She is
no longer a laborer. Prisoners taken in wur,
ate now spared from death ami converted
into manual laborers, in the hist case la
bor is associated with weakness nnd is there'
fore despised ; in the second, it is associated
with the vanquished, the conquered enemy,
and with bondage.
In the ancient world, the Greek and Ro
man, all-labor was performed bv slaves.
The lines between the slave and (lie freemun
were broad and impassable. With the free
man was associated elevation, refinement,
nobleness, superiority ; with the slave, vile
ncss, coarseness, degradation, all that is con
tained in that word menial. The slave was
incapable of any of what were deemed hon
orable pursuits. He could not bear arms;
he could not sit in the Senate; could not
vote ; could fill no places of honor, trust or
emolument ; could hold no properly ; could
neither come nor go at his will; but was
subject to all the caprices of his master.
Nobody could desire his situation. The
word slaVo became tho synonyme of all that
men most dreaded and rontemned. Brought
up to see all manual labor performed by one
with whom was connected only associations
of this kind, nn one could look upon it with
nny other feelings than those of contempt or
abhorrence. Here is the origin of the pre
sent estimation of labor. Labor was des
pised because it was performed by the weak
nnd the enslaved, and the tradition of thut
yet lives and falls upon the luboror.
Southern slavery keeps up the old associ
ations. The wealthy planter is born to look
upon labor as fit only for the weakest nnd
in his estimation, tho most degraded of be
ings, lie feels almost from the cradle that
he cannot labor without degrading himself.
He, when he associates with his class here
ut the North, imparts something of his own
feelings to the northern man. He believes
labor must always be performed by a class
or men fit for nothing else, and anon, his
noithem brother has the same belief. He
looks upon the free laborer here very much
as he does on the slave in his own section
of the country, and the first that we know,
nil those with whom he hos intercourse
here, also become unable to distinguish nnv
difference between tho freo while, and the
enslaved black laborer.
So long os slavery exists in tho country,
so long us there is a large portion of our
countrymen brought up to count labor ser
vile, so long will tho working man strive in
vain to rise to his true social position. The
laborer can rise only in proportion ns he
can change the associations connected with
labor. These associations can be done away
only by presenting the workingman a free,
independent, refined, cultivated man, and he
cannot be so presented, so long as there are
millions of slaves in sight to whom refer
ence ma' be constantly made.
We say then.'the workingmen, nnd nil
who regnrd the welfare ofthu workingmen,
nro deeply concerned in anti-slavery meas
ures. The whole laboring population of the
free states uro great, very great sufferers, in
consequence of the existence of slavery.
Perhaps some will admit this, but will ad
vise ustosuy nothing about it now, for the
community is very much excited about slave
ry. Very well, wo are glad that the com
munity feels on the subject. Slavery is a
great wrong, a wrong to the slave, a wrong
to tho muster, a wrong to tho free laborer, u
wrong to humanity, und we do not envy
that community which can hear it discussed
without excitement. Wo are glad our coun
trymen feel on the subject.
Slavery must cease. Through all the
post, man has worked man as he works his
ox or his horse. The day for this has near
ly ended. The dawn of a new day is about
to streak tho horizon. Wan is to be tho
cnual of man. Men nre to be brothers : and
all chains are to be broken and all hearts
nro to bo freo to unite. This must come,
and discussion will only hasten it.
A man of genius, without a wife without
uuiuvauu iiiuuiur oi ins oosom is always
in trouble, nlwavs rratlf.) Tho fWil rnn.
siders such n solitaire his own peculiar
property and his holiness is eternally nt
jus eioow, irying 10 lead him astray. Hut
if tho man of genius has the good luck to
get on nmtable, accomplished wife, congen
ial to his taste, pugh I ho can set the old
scoundrel nt utter defiance, far m ;,
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the Inchest authority that
. in the- garden qf Eden, Satan can't look nn
jiuciiigeni nnu dcouhihi woman in the mce
'We cut the following short commentary
upon tho foolish nnd disgusting fashion of
wearing "rings in their ears," from the
Lowell Patriot. Wc wish it to bo cxtcn
sivcly read, and the view it takes of tho sub
ject carefully considered. In our opinion it
isn subject much more worthy of tho cflorts
of reformers nnd philanthropists, jlion many
others in wltfch nn unnatural zeal nnd nrdor
The most abominable fashion we know
of is that of wearing rings in the ears. I
is unquestionably a relict of barbarism, i
custom thut can only be accounted for by
supposing that sufficient time has not yet
elapsed sinco our forefathers lived a savage
life, to entirely eradicate it. II our ladies
only knew how like a very scarecrow they
looked with long bits of gold, stone or glass
hanging rom their enrs, and dangling nbout
their faces, they would certainly abandon
such articles instanter. Wo laugh nt the
Indians for boring their noses and lips, but
such a custom is certainly not more nuicu
Uously disfiguring than tho practice just
spoken of, so prevalent among our iasmon
ublcs. Indeed so prevalent is the foolish
manner of dressing the head in our days
with soma of the feminine gender, that a In
dv, ricecd out in full costume, with her ear
rings some half foot long, only wants the
ivory in her nose, to resemble a lull blooded
squaw, more than u Christian woman. The
China-man in speaking of this fashion to
his mends, gave the best nnd only reason
for it. After giving a full description of it,
he went on to say "that among this singu
lar people it had been discovered thut pig!
could be prevented from rooting bv boring
their noses and inserting large pieces of
wire, and it wus supposed that ladies might
be equally well broken of the troublesome
habit they have of listening to other people's
business by hanging large weights to tho
cars, to pull them out of their natural shape
and so denden the sense ol hearing.
'ILL be sold (by consent 6f parlies) at
Public Vendue, to the highest bidder,
nt the Hotel of Stephen Smith in Guilford, on
THURSDAY, the 1st day of September next,
to satisfy sundry demands or writs of attach"
ment, an entire htock of Goods comprising
must kinds of goods that are commonly kepi
in a country store such as
Broadcloths, Cassimercs.. Salinctts, Silk.
Laces, Calicoes, Hardware and Cutlery, Ear
then and Stone Ware, Patent Scales, large
and small sizes Croekerv. Hat?. School Uooks.
and a great quantity of Drugs and Medicines,
ICSale will commence at 9 o'clock, A.M.
on paid day, and continue from day to day
(bundays excepted; until all are sold. I crrus
made known at lime and place of sale.
II. HART, Constable.
Guilford, July 20, 1830. 5w47
Furniture at Auction.
AT the Dwelling House of Chester W.
Pomcroy on SATURDAY. August 27,
at 1 o'clock, afternoon, a variety of Household
FURNITURE, such ns 7 or 8 Dcds and Bed
ding, Cam'ets, Sofas, Bureaus, Tables? Chairs,
Looking Glasses, Fire SetL and many other
articles of Household Stud. Also, a number,
of fides Harness Leather. Calf Skins, and a
set of Saddlery Tools, ifcc. &c.
it. smith, Auctioneer.
Brattleboro, August 9. 49
rjnilfc Fall Term of this Institution wtU
JL open on Thursday, the first day -of 'Sep
tember next. The male department will be
under the superintendence of Mr. A.F. Tilton.
I he lemale will be under the charge ot Miss
S. M. Gitica.
Board as reasonable as at any other school
in the vicinity. Measures have been taken to
procure a Chemical and Philosophical Appa
ratus, which, it is expected, will, without fail,
be obtained by the next term for the use of the
school. 1'er order ol Trustees,
J. ROBERTS, Scc'ry.
Townshcnd, Aug, 5, 1830.
THE Fall Teiim of this Institution will
commence the First Wednksoay of Sep
tember, and continue eleven weeks.
Arrangements have been made lo reduce the
price of Board which may now be obtained
for, from $1,17 to 81,50 per week.
It is very desirable that scholars be present
at the beginning of tho Terra, and that they
remain tiil its close.
C. M. BINGHAM, Clerk.
Chester, July 20, 1830. 7w46
Halifax High School.
rpHE Fall Tnnsi of the Halifax High
JL School will commence the first Monday
of September next, under the Superintendence
of W. G. Bnoww.
Tuition in all branches.
Board in good families at
Sam'l Fish, Jr.
J or the
Benj. Wood An
d, J Proprietors.
Halifax, July 13, 1830.
Select School in Faycttcvillc.
THfc Fall Term of this School will com
mence the first Monday of Sentemhir.
nnd continue eleven weeks. Arrangement
have been made to teach all Branches that arc
taught in our Academics. Board can be had
in respectable families as reasonably as at
other places. It is very desirable that those
who are intending to come, be present at the
beginning of the term.
Fayetteville, August 2, 1830, 4w48
HASTINGS' PnillTINO INK,
UDDY'S miNTING INK,
No. 124, Washington, Corner of Water Street,
School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery,
red and black liquid Ink, &c.&c.at wholesale.
Orders faithfully and punctually at-
'""" May, 1830.
GOOD Butter, Cheese, Grain of all kinds,
Tow Cloth, Flannel, Socks, Palm Leaf
urns, ivugu, uiy Apic, etc. lor which the
highest price will be paid in exchange for
UOUCI9. aiso, uu.MiiEit oi all kinds by
JOHN W. FROST Co.
urattlcboro Centre, June 2 tf39
Wr Road Contractors !
THE Selectmen of this town will let out
to the lowest bidder the making of the
new Road, as it is now laid from the house of
John Cuttinir to the old road near S. F. Goode
noucrh. beinir in all about four hundred rods,
on SATURDAY, the 27lh day of August
irtst. nt 9 o'clock! A. Ai.
The Selectmen will be at the house of S. F,
Goodcnough at the time above specified, and
will then show the ground and make known
the terms and give nil necessary information
JOSEPH GOODHUE, V
SAMUEL EARL, Jr. Selectmen
CHARLES CHAP IN, )
Brattleboro. Aucust 3, 1830. 4w48
Paints and Painting.
FREDERICK VAIV DOORIV
NOW occupies that part of Dutlon and
Leverett's Buildimr, formerly used bv
tlicm for a store, where he will keep for sale a
good assortment of
PAINTS; uns; jappan; apirits rurpen
line, OHUUIUI. IjUIIIHI, UUU ItlMStlli Ul ItWII ,
Gold Leaf and Bronze ; Window Putty ; Paint
. 1 1 : . I ' ...... .. .. . I 1, npi.lr I.
Brushes. &c. &c. Also in connexion with the
Paint Store, he has a shop where he will keen
ROILED OIL and PAINTS ready mixed,
to accommodate those who wish to do their
own rnintinir. or lie win ue eiau 10 oo u lor
them. All kind of SHOP PA INT1NG done
at fair prices. Particular attention will be paid
to Painting CiiAins,--also imitation work,
such as Birdscyc and Curl Maple, Rosewood,
&.c. Ho will furnish nnv amount of Chairs,
rmntnnn or Gri-cinn. from one sett to five hun
dred. Also, CABINET FURNITURE of
all kinds. , . . .
JT3" Old Furniture stained and Varnished
WANTED 2 Journeymen Chair Painters.
Also, one voun? man to earn to Paint.
Ura t etoro. June 23. 1B3U. n i
In Hindisdalc village, N. II
QE'ERAL acres ol land well situated on
IO both sides of ihc Ashuelot including the
river and adjacent to the new covered bridge
and embracing the intersection of the stage
routes nnd all the roads, which concentre
near the bridce. The premises command a
creat water power and are favorably located
ior uuuuing iois lor mercantile, mccimnicni ana
This village is well situated in relation to
the navigation of Ct. river nnd intercourse with
the towns on the Ashuelot and its branches. It
is growing rapidly and from its excellent water
power and other advantages has a fair prospect
of soon becoming an important manufacturing
place. It is 87 miles from lioston, US Irom
Lowell, 54 from Worcester, 20 from Green
field, 7 from Northfield, 23 from Amherst Col
lege, Mass. 80 from Hartford, Ct. 85 from Al
bany, N. Y. 70 from Hanover, 10 from Kecne,
75 from Concord, N. H. 51 from Windier, 25
Irom uellows halls and G Irom Drattlcuoro,
Vt. I or particulars inquire at the Stage House
adjoining the premises.
Also Inr sale in .Marlboro village, ftlass. a
valuable house and other buildings a ml -fifteen
acres of good land favorably situated for busi
ness ana the education ot children. Ileal es
tate in the valley of Ct. river would be taken
For particulars inquire at the Stage House
in Hindsdalc, N. II. tf3t
icp- Ilaggagc Waggon to Troy.
IV. BRIDGE & SO', i
RUN a Baggage Wag
gon once a week from
Brattleboro to Troy, and
will take Freight to or
from Trov on the most
Families from the vicinity
of Brattleboro, going west, can have their ef
fects carried to Troy and there stored or
freighted, as directed. For further informa
tion, call on the Agent at Chase's Hotel, Brat
tleboro, or S. H. Bridge.
June S3, I83G. 41
TROY ami ERIE EIJS'E.
THE Boats of the above
line will leave Troy every
day for the West, well
fitted for FREIGHT and
PASSENGERS. C3" Families moving
taken at the lowest rates.
G. P. GRIFFITH f CO.
At Patterson's and Hart's Buildings.
Comer of Congress and River-st. Troy, N. Y.
Troy, July, 1B30. 44
John W. Frost & Co.
A RE receiving a fresh supply of Dry Goods,
consisting of Broadcloths: Cassimercs:
Salinctts j Vestings; English, French and
American PRINTS: Ginchams: Silks: Fur
niture Plate : Faucv Hilkls : sunerior red. liR-l
uuu Miiuu mi-riuu ouuwis , wnue uoous OI an
kinds; Ribbons; Ladies', Gentlemen's, and
Misses' Kid, Silk, Linen and Cotton Gloves ;
Flannels; Diapers; Linens; Lawns: Sheet-
ngs ; Shirtings ; Hosiery S Wroucht Collars:
Table Covers; Kid Shoes; blk and col'd Silk
and Tabby Velvet ; col'd Crapes, tfce. &.C.
Brass Kettles, Knives and Forks, Table and
Tea Spopns, Bulls and Screws. Door Hang
ings, Cnttle Cards, Brass Fire Setts, Pen and
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Brass Candle Sticks.
Iron do. fc. fc.
Making as good an assortment of Goods as
can be found in any country store, and will be
sold low for Cash, Produce or approved credit.
JJrattleboro Uentre, July IV, 1836. tf45
STATU OF VERMONT.
District of Marlboro, ss.
At the Probate Court holden at Bialtleboro
in said district, on the 27th day of July,
A. D. 1830
Present, Hon. Asa Knioiit,
UPON application of Elihu Field, Admin
istrator of tho Estate of Til O M A S
L YND E, late of Guilford in said district,
deceased, it is decreed, that unless the credi
tors to said estate shall, on or before the 27th
day of July, 1637, exhibit their demands
against said estate to said administrator for
settlement, the same be for ever barred ; And
it is further ordered, Hint said administrator
give notice of the passing of this decree, by
publishing a copy of the record of the same,
three wccks successively in the Vermont Phco
nix, and by posting notices thereof at four
public places in the County of Windham, tn
wit: at the Inn of Elihu Field, at the Inn of
o iv j m it-ii piuuii, in uuiuura; nnu at ll. & A,
Joy's Inn, and nt Chase's Inn, iu Brattleboro,
withlu sixty days from this date.
A true copy of record,
40 Attest, A. KEYES, Reg'r.
JUST published and for sale at the Brattle
boro Bookstore, Terrible Tractoraiion
and othor Poems, by Christopher Caustic, M.
D,, and member of no less than Nineteen very
learned Societies, Third Anrerican Edition.
Furniture and Chairs.
AT the Old Stand adjoining me jinuBt,
may be found on hand or made at short
notice, nny article in the Cadinet Furniture
Link; also CHAIRS oi all kinds, from about
$18 to 40 cents each. The Shop has been
recently new fitted up and the Machinery en
larged nnu much nnproveu, which iu ..uu.v
the subscriber to sell nt ns low prices as can
be purchased at any other place of the same
1ua"ly . . v. . -i
irrChniTi nt Wholesale and Retail.
W TTnrssi-i for Summer Beds on hand of
the first nualitv.
N n. Wnntnl immediately, n few thou
sand feet of seasoned Slitwork for Bedsteads,
ANTHONY VAN DOORN.
nmlllplioro. June 10. 1830. tf41
OPERATIONS OIV TEETH.
TTR. J. W. SMITH has removed his Inca
U lion from West to the East Village of
Brattleboro, and has taken n room over the
store of Messrs. Willijton if Tyler, where he
will be hntinv to attend to all branches of Den
In I Surgery, viz. Cleansing and Filling carious
Teeth so as to make them useful, ns perfectly
sound teeth. He also inserts all kinds of arti
ficial teeth now in use, in the neatest manner,
u,v III U9v, 111 ,11V IllUtia, iiumiiv.
has just received a large assort
rrupttblc Teeth from Billnr's Foun-
ment of incorru
dry, in Paris, which far surpass anything that
has ever been introduced into this country.
Furthermore, he has been lo grent expense to
acquire the skill of inserting them ; therefore he
feels himself competent to insert teeth from one
to a full set, on gold plate, so that they may be
worn without any inconvenience, anu assist in
mastication. i5"AII operations arc warranted.
Particular attention paid to the regulation of
Children's Teeth, and diseases ol the mouth in
general. . .
Tooth I'owders, Washes, and Urusnes, a
superior assortment, kept for sale.
Brattleboro, July 4. 1144
COJVJVIZC TIC UT It I VRR
LINE OP STAGES.
South Daily both sides of the Hirer.
LEAVES Chase's Stage House, Brattle
boro. evcrv mornimr. nt half nni 4. unit
arrircs at Hartford same day, nt 7 o'clock, r. M.
The Steam Boat leaves Hartford every morn
ing, at G o'clock, for New York, fexcent Sun
days) making 2 days only from Brattleboro to
New York City by Day Light.
North Daily on the It'esl Side.
Leaves Chase's every morning at halfnast
3 o'clock, and arrives at Haverhill same day.
Stages leave Haverhill every day for the
White Mountains, and for Stanstcad.
This river line intersects with the Boston
and Burlington. Stage at Walpole, via Rut-
ianu. Also, concord stage at Uhar tstown.
Claremont nnd Newport. N. H.. and the
Boston, Windsor &. Burlington Stage at Wind
sor, via Woodstock, Royalton and Montpelicr.
Leaves Chase's Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, via Chesterfield, Westmoreland to
Walpole, and intersects with all Ihc Northern
Stages the same as the west side line.
All Baggage nt the risk of the owner, un-
ess receipted lor. L. FARR & CO.
Brattleboro, May, 1830. 37
Brattleboro, Saratoga Springs
and Troy Line of Stages.
83 VIA ARLINGTON.
LEAVES Chase's Hotel, Brattleboro, on
Tuesdays. Thursdays, nnd Snturdnva. nt
8 o'clock, A. M. and arrives at Arlington 7
o'clock, same day. Leaves Ailington the fol
lowing morning at C, and arrives at Saratoga
in time to dine, iulursccting Stages at Cam
bridge for Salem. Hebron, Granville, Poullncy,
Castleton, Hubbardtoti, Sudbury, Whiting,
Cornwall, to Middlebury. At Union Village,
Stages to Arguile, Hartford. Foit Ann, to
Whitehall. At Schuyler's Ville, Stages for
Fort Miller. Fort Edward, Sandy Hill, Fort
Ann, to Whitehall. Also nt Schuyler's Ville,
Packet Boats for Whitehall. At Sandy Hill,
Stages for Glen's Falls and Lake George.
iStagesfrom Arlington to ttutlaml.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; passing
thro Manchester, Dorset, Danby, Wnlltngford,
vsiuiviiuuu, iu xvuuanu, to touge. Leavc Hut-
wnu iiexi morning tor Hurlington, passing thro'
Plttsfurd, Brundon. Salir.hnrv. li1!,l,,l1i,rl-
New Haven, Vergcnncs, Charlotte, Shelburu,
to Burlington. From Burlington to Montreal
Daily, through Colchester, Milton, Georgia,
St. Albans, &c.
At Saratoga, Stage leaves for Johnstown to
Ulica Rail Road to Schenectady then Sta
ges, Boats, &c. in every direction,
WM BROOKS, Agent.
Brattleboro, May 20, 1836. tf38
Flour and Groceries.
1 IfTS. ItniSlnn. I :,lrrnnf. ... C I' W ,
J. , "HttlD, wu
ers, Tapioca, Sago, London Porter, ccc. &c.
For sale by '
July 21. WlLLISTON & TYLER.
JmYFiR9ST co-o,rer for sa,e
in J5rl:ct fn,,,1 30 M- fcct com- Hoards,
10 M. feet Hemlock Boards. July 12.
100 liarrcls of Flour,
(t'OR CASH ONLY,)
For sale by
Juy 7- J. II. WHEELER.
HAIR CURLS nnd PUFFS, n good as
sortment, nt BmaE & Dickinson's.
30 M,)Is- SF: Flour I'otlorico Sugar, Mo
, " Jass. "ice, fresh Teas, Java and W.
I. Coflnn. fW ru o
Furniture and Feather
. .ffnvimrttm r.,. t.n antnn lVf nmifflclO'
i -- .i.., I.. ,l.n Ttn.tnn Wnrrhmiscs.
jl ries mm suiij iu ..w.. ,
at the Boston prices. Largest assortment in
FEATHERS of every description j
BEDS MATTRESSES, &c.
Furniture. S. W. BPOONER
Brnttleboro, June 23, 1830.
At the SIGN of the
No. 2 Wheeler's Stone Blocl:, opposite Chase's
Stage House, Brattleboro illage, vt.
THE attention of the citizens of Braltleboto
nnrl vlrinilV. U H'SIICC tfU 1 1 V Solicited tO Q
In, r -W, nnd VntB rc FURNITURE
just received at this establishment, and to
which additions win consiaimy uu miming m
rect from the Manufactories ; and supposing it
to be unnncccssary to enumerate articles or
prices, the proprietor is saitsncu io invne nii
those wishing to purchase to call and examine
ror themselves bclorc purcnasing ciscwiiere.
Attn nn linn I. CHAIRS of everv descrip
tion, which will be sold nt vvnoicsaie or .e
rail, ot a small aavancc irom cuai.
n.iliinnt M:ilirr rnn be supplied on rcasona-
ble terms, in exchange for all kinds ol common
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June 30. 1830. 3m43
Brattleboro A' SSoston
PAHiY STAGE, Via Fitzwiluam.
INSTEAD of leaving Brattleboro at one
o'clock, will leave Chase's precisely at
2 o'clock, every morning, itr 1'assengers on
arriving at Fitzwilliam, can go by Fitchburc,
Lancnstci and Bolton, to Boston, Fare 3,75
or via Townshcnd, Groton, to Lowell, in sea
son to take the Rail Road, for Boston, Fare
nrattlcboro, Athol fc Boston
Will also leave Brattleboro at 2 o'clock, A.
M. instead of 1, on Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays, passing through Tcmpletoo,
Westminster, Lancaster, Bolton, to Boston,
same day, Fare 83,75. Kr Passengers on ar
riving at I einplcton, can lake the stage lor
Worcester, and Kail lloau at v orcester, and
arrive at JJoston same day, Iarc
All Bactraire nt the risk of the owner, if
nui recvijiiuu lur. ju. rviiiiv oi,
. r.. f t tin r n r
Urattleboro, May, 183G. 37
FOR TROY, ALBANY OR
Yin Brnttleboro and Bennington.
LEAVES Chase's every morning (Sunday
excepted) at 2 o'clock, and arrive at Trov
and Albany name evening, where it intersects
the great western Canal, Steam-boats for New
i ork, Knil-road lor Liallston and Saratoga
Springs, Stages, Packets, ccc
Passengers on arriving at Trov or Albany.
can procure passage for the West at almost nnv
hour ot the day, cither by Stages, Packets or
Passengers leaving Brattleboro via Bcnning-
inn 'I-,-.. P- . I. O ...Ml .1.7-
v., UtlU 1IUI IUI tuc fcjiIUa, lll UUU 11113
route more pleasant than any other, ns they
can have an onnortunitv of soeinr Trnv nml
. ., f , ' m vp i
laiting inc nau-roau ai Trov direct lo the
springs. H. n . BRIDGE, Agent.
JEggs! Eggs! Eggs!
OTjn Dozen EGGS wanted immediately by
'-'v, the subscribers, and the hinhest nriee
paid. PECK & POMEROY.
a ' I
Urattlcboro, Aug. 11. 49
Hats and Shoes,
JU. WHEELER has just received, 2
cases Silk, nml India ltiilihor HATS
Alsu a mime lot of French Kid S!inni.r fr
saie cneap. August 0.
ALL Notes nnd AccoiHi-ra due the old con
cern of Grrrnrv A: KrnU mini ho cuiiln.l
by the 1st of October next, without fail. The
subscriber is duly authorized to settle the same.
, JOHN W. FROST.
Brattleboro Centre, Aug. 12, 1830. 40
TUST added Spain Revisited. Herbert
J Wendall, Sketches of Switzerland bv iht?
Author of the Spy, Norman Leslie, Constanti
nople and Athens bv Colton. Cnrinnp hv Mn.
uuiuc uc oinci, rans anu rarisians by Mrs.
H II T ., .
J-' .. . A .
j. ruiiujit.-. iauue ine riraic, o:c. otc.
For sale Comic, Crockit and People's Al
manacs, for 1337 at the
MARJBIEj and slate
FOR Sale, on Flat Street, at a small nd
vnnnn fmm one t l)a.nnu ... : I. : .. .
- .. .. - v ..wa.a ..vol. liauiia -Viaillll (J
purchase for deceased fripmL in ); nl...
vicinity, may do well to call nnd see previous
to engaging elsewhere.
, NATH'L KITTIIEDGE.
uraiueooro, js. village,
iipru i 1, ibju. )
ffMIE subscribers have this week received a
JU Supply of Congress Wnlnr ilir.t
JUiy 14. H ILLISTON ft TYLER.
BAUi & TOWHSLEV
RE Agents for selling nnd arc constantly
. Klinnlipil wilti (Jr.r.lC! ni..i:
, 11 WI-II-UIUIUU xjiuck-
lug or Leather Nanrithm ci,nn:n.
other Blacking in use for sale by the gross,
dozeu or single box nt the Jowest Factory pri-
--. lnltr 1.1
MRS. WHEELER has just received a
large assortment of Florence and Plain
Straw RONNETS, (some of an extra Z I
"y) fornsa.lc,pleap, 1st door south of Wheeler's
Stone Building, Am,Kf a
GgffiB-Fr salo by HALL
S AoLl Si demons,
Lnonur,)P)llTE,R-in 1inl and
UOtlleS. bv rrrnsit. ilnvnn
July 21, HALL & TOWNSLEY,
Aromatic, Cntnrrh nt.,1 ncJ, .
THIS Snuff is superior to ,T lM,
known for removing that L 11'K
disease, tho Catarrh, nnd also a ru,S
Head, end the Head-nche. hole. , ,H
gca out all obstructions. HtrcngtheMtt,!,
and gives a healthy action to the S
It is found to bo very beneficial fa Z
of sore eyes. Price, 50 ccnU J,
Vegetable, Indian, I3ac)t
ft,!, nt.ou.l. n.:...u.w
iuus owuiiuigs, ocurvy Koret, Lim. i ,
tiem wounus, rains in t in
I.imln: and mcldnm fml. (n : .' "f
,- -ri-"v" inc tide it .
- v., untl UomJl-
anu 11 is lonnii 10 nn rnnni ,r ... '
uiijr -uiii riMiBt lur orns on tho feet, r
......v.. . i IIIUIHU I I),... '
f " viiiiEiluuu.'.wno flUMn.i.l
w ... j - - - J'U UUX.
For sale for the iirnnripm. l,
N. B. WlLLISTON, BriitleU,
, , ,
ur. jikikiii'k r-itu'ritif. (
THIS vaI(inblo medicine is cclcWwt
Flirinir ll.o fnllnuin- 1 '
vi ' i 1 1 m r.r.t
,,t , v'B "'"i-iscj: in4
AWcllinrrn firnt'nrv fln.i-rir,,i,n o... 14
Ulcers of lonrr Btnndinir. CI.1j,.i..,'"'
Polnn. r-..T..i. . i,u " "i.
... . . .... , ..uvtiiiidiiv' pilQlofA,
Jnintflf Nnrnm. ripi,iBa ...1 rr, .. WW
1.1.1... n---. -.,1 .. . """, l
lu.ii, tui ui-uius nnu uiirns.
For ftandulnr villinrr. it ... .
iii.-uii.iiic niiunu. n is much laftltil
mcrcurinl applications, (as it docs nolcBhl
the smallest atom of that
does not lay tho patient liable to injurr f-J
nirtinaiirn in nil,l J -I
It cures the worst Felons oa Wfciiwl
the annlication of fortv.eiirhi
matisins which have stood as long ai to tJ
cume a sysicmanc disorder, requite irfJ
to be taken iuwurdly to remove them (ct
But in most cases, bv nnnlvln,. 1
extcrmilly as directed, it will gre relief.
Mesprs. O. & S. Cbosbis. Cmt-lJ
much indebted tn vnn fnr m...
sending me some of Dr. Judkin's SjkjI
uinuneni ii nas proven most viluiMe lit!
Son who ban been for mom tjtari afflictejtil
the Chilblains, and was ohlinilin u-.,. iJl
Rubber Shoes winters, until 1 mane osetfaJ
umimcni, wnicn lias proved a a entire nail
And it Ims nrovpil iIip rnmf.rfrfr.c-ll
nd wounds of every description UiuM
rnane use 01, rAKL.t;v liUDD.Ul I
Worceslor. Mass. Anril 8. 18.14. I
Sold bv Dl-TTIis it t.rvmrTT nnMlA.1
Sold Wholesale by Win. J?tin)ps-on,u
uensnaw, uosion; taanils &. Hhaw,.Mlml
August j, itwo. liNo.a.1 HI
Vegetable Rhcimintic Dropl
JVI AN l nrliclcs are before the pcl!ic,tl
cure ior mai most obstinate indttrc
tin; disease, the Rheumatism: and dmi
observation we arc led to believe toil
have, to a very creat extent, failed toiraJ
that deniruble result; and may itnotleiiaj
icu io me tact, that articles said lo mi
troublesome dirordcr, arc also rccoawss
to cure almost every disease nith bicii
r:i l i: ..., .
mu uuuicinre niincxcu, anu in loeir p;ii
nun mm uujcci is Kepi in view, n; us
the medicine a cure for all disease.
Tho Veeelable Uhcumatic Drops ireofa
to tho public as a remedy for RlietimitusiBS
as no cose is known where a perfect ran!
not effected, we arc justified in decliwfiij
,aiuauid iiiuuiciuu iur mai jiainiui uCTuctua
for no other is i t recommended. Priceless!!
Messr. Cnosnrs &. Co. I wffilriI
several months with the Hheumitua, b
having used every remedy recotnceiWij
ino most eminent l'hysicians within mjitci
without success, 1 at length procure! ilfl
of your Rheumatic Drops, or Sure Ktatl
and made the application as directed, is J
ore i nau used one hall ot it, a permm
was effected: and to mv knowledfMltB
bottle cured two of mv neighbors. It'
aooui iwo years since 1 used yoor ok
and I havo not been troubled with the I
matism since. Ronstr Smipwi
Marion, O, May 20, 1632.
Sold bv Ddtto.i Sl Lr.vrr.ETT.BnsM'
Sold Wholesale bv Win. Stimnson, Wfl
Hcnshaw, Boston; Sands &, Shaw, AlJ
August 1, 1K35. ISo.a.J
CURS ITGUR COUGE
MP. Tlrv I Irt nnA In mnl 80 1 frit
V-f of llin VpirnHl,ln Pmierh SriUP,"!
found ft ll rr nit enfn rnnipHl for the ti1
Utinato Cough, if taken in season. Ml
nave asionished hundreds who no p"-
irieu various other remedies wnnouw"
v..ww 41IUT11 ,lU UQIIVI v. .-p J
Cough at this season of the jwfi j
. 1 w...j pivivo 1
nilnntlu llm rnan.l..tA nniwiiniDtifffl' '
iiriirnnitrtiiiiir n i-r - n t mi ri ocnryip. uuif.
l-"""; lumiuiiiiuii ui vviwf- a
those who havo a cough, have immeMH
vuursc a ling oyrup, anu mercuj j
!iijoymoiu oi goou liealtli ior mo i"ij
if fnrltr.lutn rnnl. 'l'l.n nl.nvO SlTCjU1"
nnnJ I, nil.. ,.l.l. n,l ll.p nrt'l
do earnestly rccpieat that nil persons'
wiiii a com or cnnrrii. wouia irv iuia.--
t'reparcd only by Wiiittos ";VI
DrniTfrl.t. rnmi..:,1,t Mnss..indffl
Dutton tf Isverell, Bralllcboro, t.
- rt wuiiiui iui: - ll
August, ai, 1835.
T.Tnr.1 t Tnr l t.tPIjI
M . AIM. ,
rllHE moHt hinhlv puloorned wci"".
rinu nvnr nonn inscuvL'n;u
, ---- . .
Uouahs. Cnhli. Axthmas. and vowi
irr-PrPnnrr.il bu llnnrv Sevmour,l"r
original llccipe.by the direction
. T - . P.., AM
tniH I I inan iDanin. rnmil Irllf 111 IH"' I
I l t r. ; IrlflJIO
inventod by mc, ond dcnommaiea
44UIIIV1I V ! - "-J -.,1
iah for Ibn rrnniiino EsscnCCOI;
must apply to said Soymour.or WstJ)
uu iiuruuumr io inniuru iui ,--r , .,
Henry Seymour. Da. Jonathan
7. . -vi -, - ...
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ur:. . . r v.:...',"" R.nt. it
noni nv iiTTTnn nr. I .rVF.lli. i M -.
HI) l TT IT- iTTv TF n
Dnn rinnr ,, i, nr.,.' store, P"