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-. wmttlMTIMO HOGS.
,u first day of December four shoals
l"' i .l nnnrlvnl n size, nnd us
Dreeu, " - - y, v
Tkein every respect ns could be so-
i" . - hum ni mil v iiuk-. wcju
i rmin u ... i
it' fr0. ..fonnli carefully weighed, und
ff:ara.oS.ye, wniero, heir food
au .1.. ..miiiniiui i iitiv v t ii 1 11 t:ii
oiohtV-one nnu ouu iiuuuivu jiuu.iuo,
-tfllClK" !!,, l.-irrpllinr mniln nnr
. ivhose nciK-"- -
J . J.nd cie itv-livo pounds, were icu on
rir lUU corn, weighing seven
'Curb, for every twenty-four hours,
0Olu ....... no i ini' wrinti'ri. Tim
1" in,r.., u-nsn nlontv for them, nen-
dtfrent days, between in utn ai
Lmd fourth ol January, me umu mo
Innnnwns going on, they did nol cat
C ...t10c allowance.
t l.c two shoats, whose weights logetli-
! pounds, seven pounds ot good
I K.t inrt'iiirfi lin ninlr.
in com. men, t
i mado-into good mush, or hasty pud
,J divided between them every twen-
exactly half the weight of meal,
Whthc others had ot raw corn, l lie
S l""ls of nU1,1 Wt'r 5,a'1 m,SCn
1L scalding water, and then well
. . ( 1 . .tfnmicti nf rnn nrwr u'nft
T." .tpmco of 1 1-2 hours. They
...it y twice a day, n ml nt the same
. vka eifrning feed ot tho shoats led
ac ",w " it
i"" " i :ii ..:l .1 o
feed, having sioou uu myi.
" i ...... .r.ill v ivarm
i r . ... .r
im. ..ran nouiius o icu oinis ui
jw. . i ' v r
.1 .hn r.oo ea. ivi'isuvu uu uhioib ui
I ii.1 nn nvnmmi nf
i nnnnus. anu mwj .... ...... .
..: .iinn. There was a difference of
"v i .1 .:..).. .1 II... l.iltn,. n...
uepouiiMin ino wrigm w.v ...
ihma esl had tne leusi n i Kiae, niiu ma
i Cr.. ..iiimle A f tnncli ll'nr
lonance oi micuu jwuhus i ..."o.. ....o
.1 as much as lie npnearcu xu warn, or
.i . ... .L.o. Hut nthnr nns rrrpiulv
ojm eai m' ;if i w- , p J '
ad always sharp set, despatched his mess
jjckly, and wanted more.
Before the expenuiem uu jiiujjii-Bavn
irtnight, there wns u very perccptiblu dif-
nnsp ifii uu iiiMou iwuuHiiw .........
...i.i,,. fr..sli nnnenrance. narticularl v ot
heir hair, and this Uillerence uecame more
ilw. ornpriinrnt advanced.
On the 4th of January, while preparations
f..f l.illiniT nnH f!ri'inrr t!ir
......I. ,L,.,iiTni,r1 nn n linnf (Inn. nf
iose then, whose daily nllowonco had been
testy pounds in the twenty-four drtys; the
iler.'whicli had had an equal allowance of
I t : ....I ...I., li.... n,tir1f I
ou d not account for the ditierenco bv any
hioglcould discover, either before or lifter
illiniv i!m nnnotiles of these two were
i .1:1. . .1 r .l . 1
UCU IIIUIU IIUlll UI tl.U U.llld , U.IW.
heir health was apparently equally L'ood.
OF the pair feu on mush, whose daily nl
lowmcehail been three and n hull pounas
t wrm'-Miron nniinnn nn n ninir iwnmv
These arc all the material facts in these
(ipenmems, eiccpi wmi n eery snuiu pur-
3im i ni'iu ia uu iinriicita in ijjtriu. a iw
bogs allowed three and a half pounds meat
each gained less than three fourths of a
pound daily, and this surely they might
W gained from the meal ; but they gained
more man tnosc led on double thnt quantity
cf corn. The saving of one half the ini-
BrnsB quantity of cum consumed in raising
nd fattening "hogs in Maryland, would be
well worth the offer of a premium to have
lIlMA am..!,,,.,,,. .. . ..I I
twied by different persons.
Md. Agr. Report.
A Revolutionary Vkteiian. We had
conversation yestcrdaj', at the Planters'
and Mechanics' Bank, with one of the Rev
olutioners, Mr Thomas Garrett, of Sumter
District, aged one hundred and fice years
ieiA months, who came to this city on
iorsebaclf, for the purpose of receiving his
pension. Tim old gentleman nppenrs to be
in perfect possession of all his faculties, an
were questions readily, and is quite humor
ous in liis conversation, lie served for a
WMidiTDblo period under Gen. Sumter, the
iiamc Cock of the South," s he termed
Carter of Crime. Jnmcs Ackcrmnn alias
Whito, wns not lontr nco. a well conducted.
prosperous and respectable man ns any in
his station ot lifo in this city, nnd was bring
ing up his family in such n moral nnd in
dustrious wnv as nromised to mnhn llinm n
credit to himself and useful to society. Un
fortunately however ho formed n criminal
attachment to a vountr Enrrlish
nineteen years of age, named Mnry Anne
IillboiOUch. whom he tonh In livn tvilh !,!,.,
and abandoned his wife, nnd discontinued to
support his family. This, his first filling
ofl from virtue, caused him to be prosecuted,
and ho nanowly escaped being sent to pris
on, by giving security to support his family.
The consequent loss of character nnd confi
dence of his employers, which his immoral
conduct entailed on him, blasted all his pros
pects hi New York, nnd he went to Phila
delphia, accompanied by tho unfortunntogirl,
by ruining whom ho had ruined himself.
l hey had not remained very oner in that
city when they decamped from their board
ing house, nfter having robbed the proprie
tor of a watch, chain, spoons and cash, to
tho amount ol above eighty dollars, with
wuicn no relumed to this city. They were
however immediately pursued, and on Sat
urday they were both taken into custody.
and some of the property found in their pos
session. Their guilty loves were now at an
end, tho spell which bound them together
wns rent nssunder, nnd each looked on the
other only ns the causo of their crime, and
its prospective punishment, and, when exam
ined at the Police office, emphatically de
nounced thu other as the solo criminal in the
transaction. 1 he man positively denied
having had any share in the robbery or any
knowledge of it until after it was perpetrat
ed, and the girl as positively declared that
she never would have oven participated in
it but for the advice und iiilluence of her
paramour. They were both however com
mitted to prison, preparatory, in all probabil
ity, to their being sent to Sing Siug, where
during years of imprisonment nnd privation
they will have lime to renp the bitter fruits ol
their short cireei i i crime. J. Com.
E3"Tlie account of the murder of a Jlr
Knapp of North Canaan, Litchfield county,
which uo copied Inst week from the Liich-i
field Enquirer, turns out to be a hoax, ltj
appears that Knapp had lived unhappily
with his wife, and having been for some
time closing up his nfiairs for the purpose1
of going to Michigan, he broke open and
robbed his oici trunk, cut a hole through the
top of his hat and besmeared it icith blood,
and then placing his trunk and hat in n lone
ly and unfrequented spot as indubitable evi
dence of his having been "most iiouiuulv"
murdered, he run away with n pretty girl
in the neighborhood, leaving his wife and
children "to mourn his sudden nnd untimely
exit" while he is taking ti pleasure voyage
to Michigan with his new "lady-love."
Tennessee. The politicians of Tonncssee
are eating nway ut a most fearful rate the
political contest waxes wanner und warmer,
und their jaws are wagging for dear life.
A dinner is held in one place, and tho com
pany nt night adjourn to a barbacuo thu next
day in nnother county. The President ar
rived nt Nashville to take part in the elec
B II A T y L E 13 O It O, Vt,
PnmAT MoniUNo, Ski-tender 30, 183G.
To tho Patrons of tho Phccnlx.
This number of the J'lucnix is tho Inst which
will bo issued by tho present publishers they
hnving transferred their interest therein to
Messrs. G. C. Hnll and J. C. Holhrook of this
place, and they, we arc informed, hnvo con
veyed it to MrE. C. Purdy of IJoston, former
ly the editor of a paper in Rutland nnd another
in Manchester in this State.
In our political courso we have endeavor
ed to follow tho dictate of an honest, enquir
ing conscience; nnd wc hnvo found, as all find
who try that experiment, that it brings us tho
hearty approbation of some, and tho bitter cen
sure of others. Wo hnvo not endeavored to
guide or direct public opinion: Wc hnvo not
supposed it necessary thnt every one of our
readers should take his cue from the opinions
of an editor: But we hnvo published a free pa
per, open to the expression not only of our own
opinions hut to the thoughts of oil our corres
pondents. This it seems is not enough. To
give satisfaction to a portion of our readers the
editors must revcrcncgjthc statesmanlike merits
of General Harrison moro than we ore able to
do, and must discover'in Mr Van Buren certain
Intrigue nnd mennnrs? which wo have- bevn
unnblc to detect.
Those who disapprove our course are so
confident of their own currcctness that they
prefer to assume our places, and to discharge
what have heretofore been our duties, better
(louiiiicss in lueir own opinion, than we
have done them. We xcish them success in
their search after truth. If our views are too
much tinctured with democracy, they will be
able to point out and correct our errors. The
political institutions of our country are founded
in the hope ihnt time and public opinion will
correct all mUtnki-s; and we cheerfully leave it
to be settled between our patrons and our suc
cessor how far we have been wrong.
For ourselves we liimly believe, and every
hour adds strength to the conviction, that thu
Important Disclosures. -We find It sta
ted in tho Albany Amifl. fW tlin 1pmnfrntw-
young nicn of Pittsburg, IL.nn. "have brought
out in n direct and indisnulnblo form, boiiio
facts in relation to the iniquitous courso of
the Bank of the United Stntcs dnrlntr the nnnic.
oflhe most damning charncter." The facts
hero referred to nro contained in letters ndilrr.
scd by a committee of the young men of Pitts-
nurg to David Lynch and Ilichnrd Phillips,
aijuircs, and arc published nt length in the
Argus. '1 he truth or falsity of them will nn
loubtedly be the subicct of lenislalivo innulrv.
and may lmvo an important bearing on the fu
ture welfare of tho Bank. These publications
1st. Thnt Mr Thaw, lato enshier of the
litlshitrir Branch, received tirivntc orders in
oppress the citiens nnd the Merchants' and
luamilncturcrfi' Bank at thnt place; lhathe re
monstrated OlTQlllHt tlln lirilrr. olnliurr llmt tlin
debtors of the hank were paying faster than its
munirrcj required, and that a greater pressure
upon them must provo oppressive if not disas
trous to the community; that his remonstran
ces were disregarded, and a peicmptory order
'!, directing him to execute tho commands
ol the Bank. rrtrarillii ni ihn i
and injury it iniuht produce upon the public or
the locol hanks; and that ho wns prohibited
from discloMiirr thu nature or existence of these
orders to tne directors 0f the Branch.
2d. Thnt Mr Thnw wns olliciatly directed
by the Bank, to purchase tho notes of the Batik
of the Metropolis at Washington, for the pur-
vi i.iiius-iini; ui:u ujipri-ifolllg u.
SJ. That these secret mainlines were i
A very simple and very efficacious remedy.
A gentleman was coming to this city
from N. York, some days ago when he hup
pcned.to get n spark from the locomotive in
to niseyo. lie ineu various means to re
moyoit, but nil to no purposo; tho spark re
mained in his eye, nnd-gave him very great
pain, Coining on board the stenmbont ut'
13urlington, such was the pain he suffered
that tho uccident beenmo known to the pas
sengers generally, mid finally reached the
curs of tho Engineer of tho bont, who tak
ing a horse hnir with him, went to thu cab
in, nnd sought tho sufferer. "Are you tho
gentleman," said he, "who has got a spark
in your eye V being nnswercd in the affir
mative, "well 1 urn thu man that can take it
out," whereupon he simply formed u kind
of loop of the horse hair by bending it n
round und briiiL'inc tho two ends toccthcr.
when inisingthe lid nnd inserting tho loop
I..,.. :. i .i. t n i . i i .... .i
m-mui-u uiiMu uu; unu, unu men leiung ine
lid full ngnin.'hc drewthe hnirout, nnd with
it the little cause of the great pain. The
gentlemnn was at once relieved. This isu
very simple way of removing whatever mnv
have got into tho eye, and it will be well for
every uooy to remember it. I'hua. paper.
New Discovert. Wo have seen this week
at Leeds a specimen of bleached flux, prepared
ny mr unrwoou, a chemist oi xatk, which np
penrs to us ns nresentins n decided improve-
: incut in the manufacture of that article. It has
1 created a great sensation amongst tho inanu-
Farm for Sale.
THE subscriber is desirous of
selling the farm on which he now
lives, situated in the West Parish of
Westminster, 1 1-3 miles south of
the meeting-house, containing 170 acres of
Land well wooded, watered nnd fenced, with
a convenient dwelling-house, two barns and
other out-buildings standing thereon. It is a
desirable situation for any onewishiiig to local
uiinseii pleasantly, it will be sold cnenp
possession can be given in a few weeks, and
payments made easy. Also, I will sell at
above, 30 tons of Hay, 120 Sheep, Cows, Oxen,
Colts, Farming TooIp, ifcc, &c.
Westminster West. Sept. 24, 1830. 4
A FEW bushels Cranberries for sale by
J. 11. WHEELER.
Sept. 29, 1830. 4
CIIAS. SICOUKIVE"Sr & SON,
iiAnTi oni). ct.
SAVE recently imported, by the Ships
Shtflield,South America, Hibcrnia. By
, and Slur, from Liverpool, a variety ot
which they ofier for sale at reasonable prices,
al Wholesale for cash, or approved credit.
Among them itrethc following.
Hill's, 1 osier's and real mouse-bole Anvils;
niirs ocywic maker's Anvils:
issued ,7- , . """", 'V
and perempt-jiily required to be enforced, at " V " ",nB manuiaciureu into the hnest
tho moment when pul.lic reprcsentoti uis were ' I1'!1"0'1 '"r c "it'ctinu of veils, Ince, cam
made of the liberal intentions of the Dank, nnd ; h"c' tt?'1 w'" 8UP"scdc those articles of French
unwcnric.l pains taken bv il-i a-eiits and politi-1 "": turc. I he texture is most beautiful;
rnt frii-nilci in ,,rn,l il. im.?,.i.,.. ii.L, ,i..!ivo never saw nnv lliiiiL' euual to it: and wc
.'-IIJIl LII.1LLII17 . . . . c J. "-J ..-
government and tho removal of tho denosites 1 ,mv. no. 'l0,.'.1,t tlinl " .P.rol,cr,y brought into
were the sources or the money pressure upon ,lmlCP' .UIV discovery will prove a national ben-
the local banks and the business community. l'ni. ?n" introduce quite a revolution in those
lib. That Mr Thaw, the agent of the bank, nrtlc'w of trade. Doncaicr ling.) Chron.
having thus obeyed the directions of Mr Bid- n .. ,. , . v
i i. lim-miM iinn.,lr,r . il... r .i Cfltifion. I he 'I Buuton (Ms. Gazette lie-
who had sutlered, as they suppnwf, from hit sct,0 n c,0 0f insanity in that town, in the
exactions, was uniu'ramli'if Uv ilu. llnU ir d... ' person ofn lad oriourtecn ycais of nee, caused
purpose of inducing the belief that he, nnd not 1 ''v.? habit of occasionally standing on hit head
the Bank, wim the author of the difficulties I Xh"? '.n'1"'1"1;! an .u"Juc fllu's? C thu h!o01
that it sought to api,ea,e tho popular feelinu vmi'ls ih?1 tref?lon. a producing such n
by the sacrifice of the individual who hud drawn ' L'rM'urc on thu or'n s to interrupt its proper
upon himself the linbiic L-ensuto in mnsi'.iiipnri' i mnclioiis.
of being eoinpvllcJ to pursue a course ngninst Sentence of a Gambler, Samuel II. Moore,
uiacKstniin-s vices. Hammer!, screw-plaice, ox.
Foster's and Powell's Steel plate Shovels;
Sheet iron kettles, saucepans and coal-bodi :
reed ofi rcPrCj,onll,,il,n!l and remonstrances.
frill' .'(,l7lli"nn tiiililirnl Inltli ic fhi. i-ri...,! nil
' i " - , .. ... .. .... ... 1 lucn S'liienccil to nav
Thomas Jellerson. Tcumtimr proiccts may a,,c atc "c Mcis" set lorlli in the publi- , rPflWl : ... .vili. .'..ili.;,..,, R.,!1M :,, ,., ,
. for keeping a gaming house in Boston, has
. 1 lucn s'litenced to pay a fine of 100 dollars nnd
for a time divert the country Irom the honest ; cn,ion before us, and tho truth of them is said
m lu. I ., , .. .....,.,. i .... i ,..... . . :..
w uit vc.auiieiivii uj, llliuin Illiu JIUK;iI III
simplicity of that great aposlle of Liberty; but
the very diflieullies and dangers of such exper
iments will bring us back to him and his opin
ions. If wo understand the signs of the pre
sent time there w in the community a wide
spread, deep-rooted purpose to return not mere
ly to the name but to the principles of Democ
racy. Wc venture to predict that there will
be less legislation less specinl legislation; the
constitution will be strictly construed ; the
equality oflhe people will ls asserted less tim-
thc hnn.li of Mr Thaw.
make his own comments.
The reader is left to
of ioa dollars not to be guiliy of a like olfence
ur inree years.
Maryland Electorul College. Tho follow
ing account of the meeting of a ortion of this
body at Annapolis on the 19lh inst. is given in
a letter to the editors of the Baltimore Patriot:
Annapolis, Sept. 10, 3 o'clock P. M. At
12 o'clock KmIrv tin Wliiir r.l.-rlnrj mii l i
lerwards Mcvtre. McGill of Washinclon, nnd
Brighton ?ilr.rkct .Holiday, .September 20.
(l!i irlcJ (nr llif 1). AduTlispr & I'jlriul.)
Al niaiket 1-20 Beef Cattle, 350 Stores, 3170
Sheep, and 525 Swine.
Puices. lietf Cattle Alwiut last week's
prices were obtained fur a like quality: a few
extra nt 0 25 a 0 50; first quality 5 50 a 5 75;
2l quality 5 a 5 i!5; 3d quality 375 a -1 50.
ssloret leanings S5a7; two year old S7
; being present nnd duly qualified. Shoitlv sf-! 0 '-5 three year old 12 to 17.
' lerwards .Messrs. McU ill of Washinnlon. and 1 oiieep sales qmcK; several lots Were small
idly, and welched moic carefully than it has! Thomas of Cecil, on behalf of the Democrat, i aluJ ordinary; we noticed sales at 175, 1S3, $2,
- ir...i. .o . i i . ...
Jnnaned tea-bravs. low nriccil:
i i i.ascs Dantieisori's superior Cast Htcel, in
flat, and round bars, and sheets, great variety
of drafts ;
A large assortment of wood-screws ;
Iron and Brass Wire, of great variety of num
Silver plated and Cast-stccl Wire;
Brass and Copper Wire cloth, various fincnes ;
Brass wires for 'Fourdrinier' machines for pa
alkdin's Inkpowder, and patent Japan Ink,
in Botlles, fur Banks.
By the Austrian Dric Priuce. Kolmrv. frnm
25 tons Zinc in plates, superior quality ;
7000 lb. Mossehnan's sheet Zinc.
By the Brig Gulnare, and ship Alciopc, from
130 nncks first quality Russia Sheet Iron,
Also, on hand,
75 packs good Russia Steel Iron, of common ,
250 bundles English Slcel Iron, assorted;
500 bundles Brazier's llods and lrou Hop,
600 boxes Tin'd plates, and Stock for linnors
A constnnt supply of Elliptical Snrinzs. for
Carriage Mukers, made at the State Prison ;
And a constant supply of sheet Brass of all
numbers, direct from the Mills, being the man
Sept. 12, 1830. 0w4
i nr. . ., . . i nitiH!&ri!d in Ilia Semti niinmlir. nnil lnl.,.l 1 -I I , 3o, -au, -u-J anil O,
I. .: I. l " u," " . , T. they had a inmunie S.rmc-Large selecte.1 barrows were taken
iCi uC.i. ,,uuilt u1..i.iuii which is icminig " wer0 denuti-.l to deliver i.. il..' Whi.r.. ad then at 0 3-1, 7 and 7 1-1; srlccted barn
these results, and it is a current which we ! l,Pld nut a leitcr. It n-iu n-nlinl t,i ilii-m ihnt , at 7; two lols of shoau to close nt 6
could not resist if wc would, and would not If; no president had as yet been elected, and that At rttail " & 3 for sows, 8 & 9 for barrows,
wc could for wc believe it to bo the cause of! P communication could properly be received, - --
..... ' I bv the Whirrs nart o l ie K fp.tnra f:,i1 pii' .uakkuvu,
in ana oi riom. . .i. i... '. i.. In ihU vi nm.. inib ini i- iim. a. rtnur,,
Cattle for Sale,
w shoats' 1 or 2 yoke of 3 year old Stkehs cau be bid
and 6 1-2. j cheap, on application at the Post OHlce ia
iiernniihtui. SrpL 22.
humanity, of trul
EMPL O YMEJTT.
,-ai.Witliout farther delay Mc
,-1 McGill retired. The Whi
ICpThe subscribers having dosed their bi Sclat(, Chall,i;cr ti th
igs remained in tho har? both "f Hie, JC. II.
. " muiiiii, ng hm tvi
'im, and was profuse in the praise of th
w anil chivalrous commander. Ue w
.atihu battle of Fort Moultrie, und
m lege of Savannah. At the storming of
mi piace lie stated that, while viewing
wounded fellow-soldier, the gallant Pulas-
- vuc uu. ann rntnnrL'ofi
rtrt l. It I
ret- o'clock, and no more "J"'c "?mH oepi. , fir xicnry ..
tioneering in favor or Air. Van liuren, and . - ... n.u..., EWtor8 appearing they took a recess till five ' "y o. csicrorooKs, ooiu oi
he sat down to n table with several hundred. ' "'J. n'1 ,cr80"a, laile M. m , o'clock. Yt may here be stated that 2-1 mem-1 tf)W- , .,,,.,
ninon Av l.otii were some oliticnl opponents ' m,mcd,m,t,: P'nent; and those having cmands bcr8 are nclCC3sary ,0 f.,rm quonmi nnd with- i On Monday morning last, by Rev Charles
nmong w iiom utrc somi. poniicn oppoiitnis, , nsa,nst i,c rslabhshmcnt arc requested to pre- oul t,at nun,ber no business can be transacted 1 Wa.ker, Mr. Jonas Brown to Miss Maria K t
nnd the very next week ihe While men hud M, t,em without delay. i oul V'anumu" n oa',n c"n be, cl-J ( ,ral((.( nll of ,his vi,are
two dinners, each ns Inge ns the President's. The ,ubMribc lmvc tniulo nn nrrangemet Whig Klectors ' mt"ntfi ve and waflej" till six M' V'C-Tl",,rSe,f-!l8,ih,t,,yi ?' m
I is so m every county of the State. The with ,heir Bxmo , t. busncM fof ht ful. ! 0,coc 'w,,en iev J,rni umi;ul t0 Mr David Puller of Sunderlanrl t,, Mrs Harriet
Van Buren men would eut half un ox, wo finlcnt of u CXuting contracts for papers; and morrow morning at nine o'clock. ''Vi? S rVm f ? NT ,r '
sheep, and u drove of hens, und before they those persons who have but recently subjcrib-1 The effect of this refusal on the part of tho Kii aM nii
could well digest this political inhumution, ed can let their subscriptions run the usual nineteen electors to co-operate with the other 1 , l,i; .i i
the Whito men would lmvo swallowed a time and account for them to i t,c choice of a Senate will be, that I ra,n o7cBrttoir S C to Miss I aura ilnurh
hecatomb of bulls, n drove of sheep, and an r,MCHOLS & RYTHEIl. no new laws will be made until another year, : of Ca Jose i. Cew LaUra'llnueh-
:.i..n..:... i...- r c...i 'i'i,..V : nnd thnt in tho mean time the present Govern-1 . "
" '"lcr. w" con.smuc.uiy m i rcceiveu. . ,; -!- " , T , milE subscriber wishes to emnlov two or
cssrs. liiomx aim ' r". uj""" a . ..,.. j ' "
.1.1 ..bt.cc, Kll IUUI(II(,I dull UUUIB
all) honest younj; men, to go oul on Agencies ;
lo whom the mosl Literal encouragemeut will
be givcu, Application may be made at tlia
house of the subscriber in Guilford, Vt.
Guilford, Sept. 20, 1830. 3
"Mv brave fellow
Care, VOll am in n Hiinrrnp,i,D nncillnn U
which Garrett made answer, "General,
''you intend to be in a place of safety, I'll
p near you." Pulaski put spurs lo his
Ut'k r"3hed imo t,,u ,hic,Mt of the
V 'o aft'w ",imilM only intervened,
n Garrett saw the noble "foroigner fall
"m Ins horse, mortally wounded, Mr.
U'rreltlnfnrmnJ ... .U... I.: I .-!...!
L -....iu 113 niiu ins moiiier unuiucu
uiee,traor(jin.iry age of l2Q nnj ,)is
iwndinother H.Charlestcn Courier.
The Steamboat Roddery. There are.
r.. .mma 1,1 sucb cases, u nmllitudo of
'I! "na, suspicions in circulation, so that
th. IT 10 get at lr"11'- But from
..,,?" information we can get, the money
"i have been landed at Newport. There
f"B,.n"!l! men nnd three women landed
"onthe boat there. Two of tho men, strun
VI ,umle(i 011 "h0 a larSe trunk. Two,
Rive -m 8nmo or not took 6tl,eet0 Fnl1
U.'.l 'Kfy hni a large heavy trunk, so
" y that the driver demanded 6f them ox
, 1 At Pull River they took the New
"JI0rd Sl.lrr.. . .1.!. i , J .1
tmhli i, 6 nrul urriveu ni ino
2n'r,i , , 0 nl the Hail Road Depot ubout
Z t?LM: l"iro they stopped. At the
Ia ,",u "leumuont Khodo Island wns
r-''gme wharf for New York at 4 o'clock
oul . 1 ? board for Ne York, Provi
tucy nnn filnlfil ll,n., ,,..,r nninrr tn
toZUll in ,ho rail roud cars. which" leatho
, nero was also one passencor who paid
-.are on board the boat from New York
on ii, Hncc but who was not to be found
me amvni of the boat at tho wharf in
N. y' lio must thcreforo havo left at
oK0"" mVo. hoP ",0 Now York Polico
than.- l b've 0 octter account of them
" "ve. Providence Cour. ofZZd inst,
doubt that thu White men will beat the oth
ers they cat voraciously, and their appe
tites continue good; but such sacrifices for
tho good of thu country ought to be remem
bered iud rewarded. U. S. Gazette.
Voyage up the Niger. Wo learn from
the London Aiheuuiuin, that at n meeting of
the Royal Geographical Society in England
on the 13th of June, there wns read nu ex
tract from a letter dated Fernando Po,
March 1, from Mr. Becrofi, commanding
the steamer Quarrn, detailing a voynge up
the liver Quarrn us fur as the junction oflhe
River Tschuddu, about 800 miles, with the
bono of establishing a trade for ivory und
palm oil, &c. wmi i ne niiuvcs, in wuicn
there seems n reasonable prospect of success.
It is satisfactory to state, that durinu the
tlireu months thu steuiner wns up the river,
no enses of fover occurred, and only onu per
ANECDOTE OF JOHN RANDOLPH.
J. G. Whiltier. editor of the Essex Ga
zette, relates tho following interesting anec
dote of tho eccentric John Randolph :
"Rundolnh. eccentric nnd passionalo a-
broad, was uniformly kind nnd generous nt
home. His slaves loved him with the strong
est nlTection. The return of 'Massa Ran
dolph' from Congress wa3 always greeted
with tho utmost demonstrations ul joy, A
. i I, , r J l l.
smve trader onco cniieu on uanuoipu, unu
not mukinir known his purposes, was invit
ed to dino with him. At dinner the trader
clunccd round upon tho servant in attend-.
nnce, enquired his price of Randolph, in-
lorming him at ino same nine huh ue whs
engaged in tho slave trade. It happened
that tho slavo in question wns ono ol Han
dolph's favorite servants. Tho enraged Vir
ginian sprang from his tnble, and shook his
skeloton finger furiously nt tho 'soul driver.'
'Leave my house, sir I leavo it instantly.
Arn I to be insulted at my own tablu I' The
wretched slnve trudcr sow thnt ho had no
timo to lose. He fled from the house and
mounted his horse. Randolph called hasti
ly for liis horse, nnd seizing his pistols sot
ofl' in full chaso nfler him. Tho dealer in
human flesh looked back and saw the skele
ton fifjtiro of Roanoke, like death on the
The President of tho United States, it is an
nouueed, was to leave the Hermitage for the
scat of Government on the Itith inst, it was
his intention to travel northward to Bullulo,
where ho expects to meet the Vice President,
who will accompany him to Washington by
way of Albany and New Yoik.
or and Council will, according to an' existing
law, hold their othces until a new election.
Judge White's Opinions. Mr Sherrod
Williams of Ken. addressed to Judge White
of Tennessee, the samo queries which have al
ready been stated to havo been addressed to
Mr Van Buren nnd Gen. Harrison, relative to
the public lands, the surplus revenue, tho U.
S. Bank, ports of entry, and the right of ex
punging from tho journals of tho Senate.
The Judge has replied, and the Journal of Hvus were lost by the necident
(Joinmerce says, "so lur us his views are stated
in his letter, wo do not perceive that they dif
fer much from those of Mr Van Buren."
There was n slight fall of snow a few miles
west of us on Wednesday morning.
Steamboat Explosion. The Wheeling Ga
zette mentions another of thesu disasters (the
consequence of a race with a rival boat) which
occurred on the 8th inst. on board tho steam
boat Commerce on her upward passage from
Louisville, Ky. The Commerce had been run
ning a racu with the Paul Jones from the same
port. Having occasion to be detained by land
ing, instead of letting oirthe steam they conti
nued to increase it, nnd just as tho boat put off
from the shore one of the boilers burst. Three
C TV r O O (1 S ,
AT J. II. Wheeler's.
BlItE & IftlCKINSOir
AVE just received, end are now prepared
iu cxiiiuii iu incir menus ami na omen
who will favor them with a call, a complclu
assortment of seasonable
In this town, on Sunday last, Mr Rutherford
Hayes, aged 80 years.
In Guilford, on the 18th inntnnt. Mr Abner
Stcbbins, aged 81, ono of the first settlers ofi 11 ry CSoods, Groceries, ESai'fl-
inciown. ware, Crockery, &c. &c.
tin lni 11 III inRl. nt liw riiiilfnri' in T.pvi1in. ' '
---- ... ""j 1 , sn,ml.r on
Beni. Morgan, in his 84th year.
veil to an nue when "the keepers
Messrs. Nichols & Ityther: In your paper of
the 12th August last, it is stated that the choice
of Electors of President and Vico President in
, this Stato happens on the 15th of November
Now that statement is incorrect. I ho
It appears there has been no election of rep
resentative in tho third congressional district ' nCxt.
Mr Everett falls short of on election two or! Tho law on that subject fixes tho day the se
pale-horse, close behind him. 'OiT of my
ground you rascal 1' screumed Randolph in
is shrillest tones, levelling his pistol lull i
io head of his affrighted guest.' Tho fello
bis shrillest tones, level mir his pistol lull ut
tho hend of his aflrishted truest.' Tho fellow
plunged his spurs into tho horse nnd rode
for his life over lence and brush, mil nnu noi
low, until he had left behind him the icrri
tory of the Lord of Roanoke.
comi Tuesday of November next; and as the
month begins on Tuesday, of courso the second
Tuesday will be tho eighth day of November
instead of the fifteenth. W.
three hundred votes. In the fourth district
Mr Allen is re-elected by a small majority.
Maikp.. Thrco republicans and ono wbfg
are elected to Congress. In the other four dis
tricts no choice has been made. In the Stale
Legislature the republicans havo tho ascendan
cy by nearly two to one.
Michigan. Tho Albany Evening Journal
states a majority of the delegates elected to the
Michigan Convention aro opposed to tho ac
ceptance of the conditions piescribed by Con
gress for tho admission of that Territory into
Ilia Union. Wo however think that the con
ditions will finnlly bo ncceded to.
Spanish Indemnity. Wo are much gratifi
ed to learn (says the Washington Globe) that
a portion of the Spanish Indemnity has been
paid and arrived iu this country, besides all the
instalments duo from Franco nnd Naples.
Cholera. At tjie last accounts from Charles
ton the disease was abating in the city but had
broken out on some of the neighboring planta
tions. A letter from South Santeo states that
six cases had occurred at Col, Pinckney's plan
tation, four of which had terminated in death.
The whole number of deaths in Charleston du
ring the week ending on the 1 1 tit inst. was C2,
of which 84 died of cholera whites 13, color
ed 49. The number of new cases reported on
the 18th wns 13 14th, ll ICth, 0 I7tb,8; been crcc
of these 14 had terminated fatally, ' first of May last to the 15thfof Sept. inst.
Sale of Hyde Park. Tho estate of the lato
Dr. Hosack, on the Iludsou river, known as
Hyde Park, has been sold to n company of gen
tlemen in New York for the sum of SI 75,000.
The estate consists of 800 acres of land, on
which is an elegant ninnsion and several other
Jlecaptured. Jacob II. Edwards, the prin
cipal instigator of the enenpooftho prisoners
from the Slate prison on Saturday night last',
wus taken on Tuesday afternoon, in the woods
in Snugus, and at night was safely lodged in
his old quarters. Boston paper.
Look out, Cows. On Monday last the cars
onthe Boston and Worcester Railroad ran into
a herd of entile, and before tho Engineer could
stop the locomotive two cows were killed.
Libel Suit. Tho Rev. Mr Streson lias sued
the London Morning Chronicle for publishing
on article entitled Strange doings in the Church,
in which a somewhat astonishing affair was
brought to light. Tho Rev. gentleman laid his
damages at . 1000, and recovered one farthing.
Eliza Sargent has been convicted before the
municipal court in Boston of stealing n horse
and sufkey fiom Simpson & Co. and sentenced
to three years hard lubor in the house-of correction.
Luildinai in New York, Tho Journal of
Commerce states that eight bundled end fifty
three buildings, nf different dimensions, havo
-ted in the city of New lork from the
Although he liv
of the house tremble," vet he well retained his
menial faculties. His example as a chustian
is worthy of imitation; ns a physician he wa3
successful ho served long and sutTcred much
to relieve the distressed; moderoto in his de
mands for services; attentive, benevolent and
kind to the poor, and in a word, died much la
mented by a numerous ciicle of friends nnd ac
In Reading, Vt. Jonathan Jones, a revolu
tionary pensioner. In Middlebury, suddenly,
Mr Paul Read, 71. In Berlin, Mr Dan Bar
nurd, a soldier of tho revolution, nged 77.
In Barre, Ms. James Wilson, rev. sold. 82.
In Hnrdwick, 21st inst. Mr John Page, 71.
In Northbiidge, Mr John Caldwell, 04.
A Farm for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for Sale
his FARM, containing 00 or 100
acres ol Jand, situated in Jamaica,
on West Uivcr, near llie Upper
Bridge well Wooded, and 20 acres of interval
for Mowing and is well proportioned to Pas
ture, Mowing and Tillage, and is under a good
statu of cultivation. The buildings consist of
n good unislicd tluuse nnd nam, mostly new,
and in good condition. Waier is conveyed to
the house through Aqueducts. A good Sugar
Orchard and an orchard ol Olioice lruit on the
premises. For further particulars inquire of
the subscriber on the premises.
Jamaica, Sept. 22, 1836. 4w3
ScpCash Store ami Kcvi;ocIe.
rinHIS day received .from Boston, u general
jL assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
consisting of a large assortment of Prints, fig'd
Mcriuoes of all colors, Caroline Plaids, Kib
ons and Gloves, BnoAnci.oTiis, Plaid Oassi
mcre and Buckskin Stripe, nnd various other
Goods, loo numerous to mention.
Gentlenifn and Ladies are respectfully in
vited to call and examine for themselves.
Produce of all kinds taken and (lie higliust
Guilford, South Village, Sept. 20, 1830. :t
STATE OP VERMONT.
District of Marlboro, ss.
At the Probate Court holden at New Fane in
and for said districl, on the last Wednesday
of Sept. A. D. 1830 Present, Hon. Aha
COMES Henry Wheelock, Guardian to
Samuel Ingram of New Fane, a minor
and heir to the estate of Samuel Ingram, late
of said New Fane, deceased, and moves for li
cense to sell tho real estate of his said ward;
Whereupon it is ordered that a hearing be had
in the premises before said court at the session
thereof to be holden at Urntlleboro, on (he last
Wednesday of October next ; And for tho pur
pose of notifying all concerned ofiho time and
nlace of hearing, said cuardiun is hereby di
rected to publish a copy of tho record of this
order two weeks successively in the Vermont
Phmnix, the last of which to be at least two
weeks before the aforesaid time of heariug.
A true copy of record,
4 Attest, A. KBYES, Rcg'r.
To nti whom it may Concert!.
WHEREAS, I the undersigned, have
made certain libellous and slandcrou
reports, (viz.) that Jesse Wilber had put poison
in liquor for ma to drink. This is therefore,
to refute, and acknowledge the same to bit
utterly false, as regards said Wilber, or any
Stratton, Sept. 20, 1S30. 4
STATE OF VERMONT.
Windham County, it.
To JOHN K. CHASE, Gheetiso.
WHEREAS, Ruth Chase of Guilford, ha
presented to me, Charles K. Yillimii,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, her peti
tion, complaining in substance ihnt on the 25i'i
day of January, 1818, she was lawfully marri
ed to John K. Chase, and that she lived wild
him in thnt relation till Ihe first of April, 183:i,
when said John wilfully deserted her; and
praying for a bill of divcrcc, and for alimony,
upon which a citation, iu due form of law hat
issued. And vhc;cas it is made to appear,
that said John li. lives without the reach of
the legal prqucss of this state; therefore it is
ordered that the substance of tho said petition
and citation be published in the Vcrmout Plmi
nix printed at Brntlleboro, two weeks success
ively, ns soon as may be, ns notice to the said
John K. to appear before the Supreme Court
next to be holden nt Newfane, within and ror"
said t-ounty or Windham, on the third Tues
day next after the fourth Tuesday of January
next, then ami there to Phew.cuuae if any he-
l.nk titl... L.. n i ..t .
.i.i. i,, nnj, u,u prayer oi satiipeiuion should,
not he grnnted,
Given under my band at Ntwfnne, the Hth
day of September. A, D. 1830.
CHAS. K.' WILLIAMS,
A Qhief Justice Suprcm Cctjr