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For tho Vermont Phojnli.
V Selected and composed ni tho death or Jas, II., tho
roil of Henry and Lucrctla. Si Allen, who died In Win
Chester, N. It., August 4, 10U, aged one year, nine
)nonths and ten days. His mother'! death occurred a
few hours after his birth, ami ts recorded in the Phoenix
of November 10, 10 IS.
"Tho morning (lowers display their sweets
ir And eay their silken leaves unfold,
As careless of tho noon-tide heal.
As fearless of tho erenlng's cold.
' Nlp'd by tho wind's untimely blast,
Parch'd by tho sun's dircctcr ray,
; The momdntary clones waste,
'ii Tho short-lived beauties dio away."
So bloomed the mother and hor'son,
And thus thov faded to tho tomb t
i She saw her son but death had come,
She left him for a better home.
She left him tn this world of storms,
A mother's lovo he never knew j
But others foldod in their arms
With them tho tender Infant grew.
, , She left him not to tarry Ions i
On him tho father smiled with prldo )
11c smiled but oh t his son was gone )
He wept they laid him by her side.
From Ihe Ohio State Journal.
An Important Kcmiuciatioii.
The Vinos of a Practical Man An
Appeal to 'A Working Men of the
Country Will they Listen !
Tho pailent attention of every Mechanic
nnd Working-man is respectfully nsked to the
following cqmniunication from Mr William
Rattle, of GuyuhoRa Fulls, (Ohio.) A friend,
who encloses us Hie letter (if Mr ft. for publi
cation says: Mr It. is a gentleman whose his
tory, character, and situation, entitles his re
nunciation to much consideration; and where
he is best known, it will receive most attention.
He, is a mechanic an industrious, practical
mechanic; one who, by his superior intelli
gence, penetYalion, and industry, lias risen from
the'hnnorahle beginnings of personal effort a
ione, to the possession of extensive credit and
resources, and a large and flourishing business,
in various branches. By his sagacity and en
ergy, he has maintained his commercial stand
ing through a period which has proved ruinous
to thousands of tho best business men of the
country. It is therefore a fair and practical in
ference, that the reasoning which would over
rate on the mind of such a man, in considering
the bearing of the great questions ot national
policy, ought to operate on the mind of every
jfractica! mechanic and business man nnd that
what affects the interests of individuals and
classes, by consequence must affect the interest
of the whole country.'
Cuyahoga Fat-ls, )
T Summit Co., Ohio, Sept. 6, 1344. J
A. H. Lewis, Eeq.. :
Hear Sir, Xour lavor ol Die 2'Jtli ult. is
before me, inquiring of me whether I have any
objections, to make, my opinions public in refer
ence to the Turin uud Currency questions,
that now agitate the public mind, and also my
enmec lor t'resiaent.
:l have no wish to appear.before the public,
in any manner; nor, have I uny desire to con
ceal my opinions; nnd if you think any good
will result from it, you nre welcome to make
my opinions public. I have always acted with
1 fie Democratic Dartv. but 1 cannot vote for
James K. Polk for President, without a surren
der of principles and opinions which I nm not
willing to make. I do not abandon the mis
called Democratic parly Irom any personal mo
tive, nut irom a clear conviction that tney novo
departed, widelv departed, from the true Dem
ocratic faith, and because I believe the meas
ures advocated by the Polk party fatal to the
prosperity ol tne country.
'Mr Polk, it is well known, is opposed to tho
protection of our own home industry. He ad
vocates the policy that would support the work
shops of Europe nnd .shut up our own. His
free-trade poliey,or incidental protection, which
i's the same thine, would produce low prices
for labor, barter and exchange trade, instead of
cash, drain us of the precious metals to pay for
foreign labor, and will, in the end, place our la
bor.ou a. level with the pauper labor of Europe-
I know it is said in some quarters that Mr
Polk is a friend lo the Tariff policv, but tiiis is
.1 i f n..n. . ".i... r I
Kruss iicuchiuii. mr x um is uui ine irieiui oi
Protection, anil his whole political career shows
him opposed to the TarilT policy. Head his
speeches in Congress and on tho stump, exam
ine his votes, and you will find that he goes as
far as the farthest for free trade.
In the halls of Congress, and on the stump
in Tennessee, vou will find him opposed to the
policy whicji protects the labor and industry of
Who was James K. Polk supported by at
llie Baltimore Convention? Were they the
mechanics, laborers, and farmers, of tho free
Slates! It is well, known that almost the en
tire body of delegates from the free Slates were
pledged to Mr an Buren, but the free trade
faction having obtained the ascendancy, Mr
Van Buren. was thrown overboard lo make
room for a man alter their own heart. Now is
riot'thls enough lo fix Mr Polk's pnsitioji on
this question? Did Calhoun, McDuflie, and
others who so cunningly laid the trap in which
Mr Van Buren was caught, not know their
man? and would tlicv have assented to tho
nomination of Mr Polk, without knowing him
to be for free' trade all over?
.It is useless to spend words about this mat
ter; Mr Polk says himself that he is opposed
to Protection, and moreover he savs that he is
opposed to the TarilT of 18-12, and regards it
as highly Protective and oppressive.
1 nave made up my mind not to support nny
been subject lo the steady influence of Protec-.' I am not nlone in tho opinions and views I
Hon, has been reduced in price lo the eonsum- have expressed. A largo number1 ol ind vidu
er. I appeal lo the stothjtlcs of trade and tho nls in this county oppose i the new doctrines
price currents, to satisfy me. The following is which aro at war with thd piosperily of our
h table, or prices In the city of New York, of cpuntry, and if they, tho people, had the Inde-ihirty-four
articles, for the nccurocy of which I pendenco to speak nut against measures which
will vouch- they disapprove, Mr Polk would not, in my
UJJII1IUII, I1UVU U lillipu, ui a w. Diiimt mu
in this county. They aro sick ol Die policy
Russia hemp, per ton,
Tar. per lib
Turpentine, per gallon,
Alienors, per io.,
Sheathing copper, per lb.,
Copper bolts. Am., per lb.,
Anvils, per lb.,
Iron bars, com. Eng., per to
" Amer. refined,
Wrought nails, per lb.,
Cut nails, per lb.;
Scythes, per doien,
Shovels, per dozen,
Spikes, per lb.,
Wire, below No. II,
Jan. mi. Jan. lull.
. i.G im
00 09 1-2
09 1-2 08 1-2
a, 7G.60 C3.75
11 1-2 09
. 031-4 0H-2
03 OG 1-2
18 J 13
., tsA 1M
03 3-1 03 l-l
, . 015 3-4 .08 1-2
09 2-3 09
09 1-2 081-2
Have you called at No. 4 Brick Moxb ? '
J. H. & W. II. BSTEBBJROOK
' Announce New Attractions and decided Improvements
man for Congress or any high office, who vi'll
pot declare himself Unqualifiedly for Protection
7 If ihe friends of Mr Polk are so anxious to
get our votes, why don't they get n pledtre from
him that ho will sustain the Tariff of 1842, un
der which tho couiilry is now prospering ? The
Legislature of Pennsylvania passed a joint res
olution, without hurdly a dissenting voice, last
winter, going nil lengths for protection, and
called on their members of Congress to sustain
the TarifT of 1812. This, too, was a pure
Democratic Legislature, and the resolutions
wero pawed almost unanimously, receiving the
support of both parties.
Now lei Mr Polk come out in the same un
qualified manner, in favor of tho Tariff of '42
-rrond this objection to his fitness for the Pres
idency will be removed. But he .will not; he
would In. thrit case deny himself, and change
fronts entirely. II Mr Polk's friends aro real-'
Iv 111 HlVOr of a TnrlrT nnlii-v. na thov urnnM
7 inch dish,
Night lamps, . '
Square sugars, " "
Shirtings, 27 inch,
" , 30
Sheetings, .40'"'- "
red (New York,)
' red (Boston,)
" esite'n, dry hides,
I might extend ihis list, and (he same result
would be produced, but it would be tedious. I
challenge contradiction to this point, that eve
ry manufactured article which has been long
subject to the steady influence of Protection,
has been reduced in price to me consumer.
Why should not this be the case? Does not
Protection cive activity to the manufacturing
industrv. and larcelv increase the supply ofi
fabrics? and is it not a universal law ol trade,
thai Increased supplies cheapen the commodities?
Tho Tariff not only cheapens the cloth wo
Wear, and the utensils we use, 4-c., but advan
ces the price of labor. In the revival of busi
ness whir.n lonoweu tne passage oi tno i arm
act of 1842, the laborer and mechanic were a
mone tho first to be benefitted. What me
chanic does not well recollect tho slate of things
that existed during the year 1842, and prior
The factories were still and tho work-shops
idle, and when employment was obtained, it
was in most cases lor low wages, and he re
ceived his Day in some barter trade.
How is it.QOW? All kinds of labor are in
demand; prices of labor have advanced full
20 per cent, over those ol 1842, and .they get
ready casii. a measure so lull oi oeneiu ana
blessinas to the laboring man, I cannot and
will not oppose. I am myself a mechanic,
and know now to appreciate those things.
Tho TariflT policy has been sustained suc
cessively by Jefferson, Madison, and Jackson.
Mr Jefferson, with that far-seeing sagacity
which characterizes all his acts, said that he
wished that the Atlantic and the Lakes wero
so wide that it would prevent importation ol
foreign goods. Gen. Jackson, in 1824, said it
was "time wo should become .a little more
Americanized, and instead of feeding the pau
pers and laborers of England, feed our own; or
else in a short time, by continuing our present
policy, we should be paupers ourselves."
The farmers participate as largely in the
benefit or the I arilT policy as any portion of tho
community. I cannot express my sentiments
on this subject belter than to use the language
Gen. Jackson used, in the same letter I have
quoted from above; "I will ask what is the real
situation of the agriculturalist? Except for
cotton, he has neither foreign nor home mar
ket. Does not this clearly prove, when ihere
is no market, either at home or abroad, thero
is too much labor employed in agriculture?
Common sense at onco points out the remedy.
Takr from the agriculture oflhe United Slates
600,000 of men women, and children, and you
will at onco give a market for more bread
stuffs than all Europe now furnishes."
I nm not willing to go lor the annexation
of 1 exas in any shape, for I don't want to see kinds usually kept in a Country Store, all ol
any more slave territory addrd to the republic. ' which will be offered as low as can be purchased
Nor am I w inn to advocate the assumption r 'w""u m me county, mo peopie oi un vi
which is constantly introducing new tests into
the Democralio creed, and requiring us on pain
ofexcommunicnlion, lo ndopt them. I am sat
isfied with old-fashioned Democracy; it is good
enough for me, nnd I will support ihoso mep,
and those only, who como near the old land
mark ol Democracy.
While I nm not willing to pledge my well to
the support of any parly, I am tree to declare
that in the contest I shall desire to sec Mr Clay
elected President of the United Stales, and I
shall freely give him my vote. Truly yours,
J. II. WHBBM3R
TTA8 received a lurce and well selected stock ol
XI Kail and Winter Goods, consisting in part of
the fallowing articles :
Silk nnd Cotton Warp Alpaccas ;
Indiana and Orleans Cloth ,
Atepini's and Silk Velvets ;
Striped nnd figured Dress Silks ;
Plain and Ilep do do.
Cashmere and Crape De Laines;
Mouselino do dn. , .. lt
Cashmere de Ecosse some splendid styles ;
I'laid and striped Linsrys ;
Ladies Cravats and Fancy Ildkfs ;
Hosiery, Gloves, and Milts ol all kinds ;
Table Spreads: Linen and 1m. Ildkfs;'
Gents Cravats nnd Scarfs ;
Whitney and Rose Dlankets, from 8-4 to 12-4
A large assortment of Shawls, in every variety
come entire new styles, ,
Of all colors, qualities and pricei. Btaver and Pi
lot Cloths for Overcoats very heavy.
C ASS I ME RES.
English, French and American, plain and fancy, In
A large assortment of the newest and most fashion
Tailor's Trimmings; lints nnd Caps, of tho
newest styles. Also,
(firroclm-ij, CSlnss ic Chfttii ffiSJare,
The above Goods, with many others, were all
bought with cash, al extremely low prices, and will
be sold for the same at great bargains. Also most
kinds of produce taken in exchange for Goods, at a
fair price, Those wishing to purchase Goods
cheap, will please call at
J. II. WHEELER'S.
Urattleboro, Oct. IG, ie44, 8
Grey nnd Black jTIuffti,
AT NO. 7, GRANITE ROW.
W CASES Grey and Black Muffs, this day re-
m ceiveu, aim will ue sola cueap, Ly
A. E. DWINELL.
Braltleboro, Oct. 15,1844. 8
OF entirely new style, some Fur trimmed do.,
very cheap, just received from iloaion liy
A. E. DWINELL.
Draltleboro, Oct. 15, 1844. 8
A FULL and complcto assortment, for Fail and
Winter Schools, at the very lowest city
prices, at the BOOKSTORE.
Oct. 15, 18-14. 8
FROM BOSTON, a fresh supply of Fall and
Winter GOODS, a cood assortment of all
cinity are requested to call and see if these things
are not so.
1'alm leaf Braiders can be supplied on as good
terms aa elsewhere. " J. NEWELL.
North Wardsboro, Oct. 12th, 1844. 8
of the debts of a foreign nation. Such doc
trines aro at war with every prinriplc of De
mocracy and equality, and I cannotsupport any
man or party who tire in favor of such meas
ures. No greater stain could,, be fixed upon our
glorious institutions than the dishonor of per
petuating and extending slavery. I would rath
er the party wore broken in fragments than dis
honor be brought on the country. We have
been solemnly declaring in I he face ol the whole
world that we are opposed to slavery that we Dummerston, October 10th, 1841.
were anxious to adopt any practicable mode ol
celling rid of it. Shall wo now eive the lie to
our professions, and extend the nefarious and
accursed system ol Aincan slavery over an im
mense and fertile territory, much of which is
yet unpolluted by the footsteps of a slave.
I have gone with the Democralio party in
good faith, for a reform of our Slate Curren
cy, and my views now coincide with those of
Gov. Shannon on this subject. My opinions
have undergone no change, but Iho party have
changed fronts entirely on this question. Tho
people of Ohio, the honest uotrj of the Slate,
agree on this question, and ask for a sound and
safe Bank. But any one who has watched the
movements of things at Columbus, cannot fail
to have discovered that there is a set of men
thero who rule tho Democratic parly with a
rod of iron. It is humiliating, in a free gov
ernment like ours, that wcaro compelled to ad
mil that there is a power superior to tho people.
Wo have all witnessed the patriotic exertions
on the part of ihe Legislature to establish a
sound system of Hanking, and thus redeem Iho
pledge to the people. And we have seen those
il.....i.l ...I I... C..
who are the advocates of exclusive hard monl ?' t",.?? 'L 'etVvt "n.d ..r,aJ
TO PALM LEAF
Bli AIDE RS.
BRAIDERS can be supplied with leaf to braid
into hats, on good terms, by
P. XX. EDMINSTER, XVX.B.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
FAYETTEVJLLE, NEW FANE.
DOCT. EDMINSTER will pay particular at
tcntion to diseases of the Skin, Scrofula,
Hernia, Nervous, &c. Also, of the Ear, Eye and
it appendages. Operation for Strabismus per
formed as herrtolore. Gw8
New Patent Combination Cooking Stove,
The arrangement of this Stove is such as to obviate the great objection to close Stoves
by means of a moveable car and swinging partition, iho operation of which changes
tho fire used in cooking, &.C to tho more healthful open stove, at pleasure. The pub
lic are solicited to call and examine this Stove and a great variety of others, among
which uta the following highly approved patents, viz :
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HAS just received Irom uoston, at nis old and
Well known aland, one door South of Bug.
beo'a rinnnix House, uraiucuoro, a largo arm van.
ed assortment of
KEAIY MADE CLOTHING,
which he oners to his old customers, and the pub
lie, upon terms that cannot fall to please.
Amongst tho assortment may be found a few
oflhe latest style and pattern. A great variely of
Dimond and Wave Beaver Cloth, Pilot Cloth, and
of the most unexceptionable materia), aul jhi!
make. A large assortment of
Dress, Frock and Sack Coats,
varying from coarse and common to extra fine, of
the choicest materials, style and finish. A larger
and carefully selected stock of
consisting of ilroadcloth, black and plain, figured',
siripeu ana piaia vassimere, uucKSKin, Batllnctl.
a -1. . .... I : .... r '
P. Lowe & Co's Fuel-saving; Railway
Conant's Improved Yankee notion
Johnson, CJcer & Co's llonhlc Oven Premium
Do. do. do. Parlor -Dana'
Patent National - - - - -
Also A great variety of PARLOR and improved AIR-TIGHT STOVES;
Air Tight and common Box Stoves of all sizes; Fire Frames and Caldron Kettles.
StoVC Pipe, Russia and English, at wholesale and retail. MOVC Furniture,
HOIIOW WARE nnd SAP BOX&ERS.
An extensive stack of TIN WARE and numerous other articles nil of which will bo
exchanged for cash, approved credit, old Iron, and most hinds of Produce.
N. B. Jfob8 as usual, done at short notice.
Brattlcboro, September 18, 1844. ; 4
NOW IN STORE,
RICH Chusans, Panssiang, Zenobians, Chame
leons, Romeliss, Lunetlas, plain and fiVd
Alpaccas, and other slufl goods in endless variety,
for ladies' cloaks and dresses, making as good an
assortment as can bo found in the County of Wind
ham, mil aboil be sold as cheap as the cheapest,
Splendid new styles Prints, together with a good
assortment of Gloves, Milts, Hosiery, Shawls,
Ribbons, beautiful plain and burle Gimps, bilk
Girdles, with splendid new styles M d'l.aincs, all
fresh and nice lor the loll and winter trade.
The ladies are particularly invited to call and
examine the above, assured that prices shall be
satisfactory. Call soon and examine this beautiful
stock of (roods, as it will be a pleasure to show
tbem at all times.
To the Gentlemen.
Plaik and fie'd Heaver and Pilot Cloths, some
rare bargains ; llroadclotlis, Cassimere, Vestings,
soaie very rich styles; rich Scarfs and Cravats,
moves, wristlets, oiumers, velvets and vei
vettens. with other thincs too numerous to par-
licutarize makinir an assortment well worthy the
attention of purchasers. Don't forget the place,
Putney, Sept. 23, 1844.
BEST Thick and CalfDoots, patent and lur lined
Rubbers, Tor ladies' and gentlemen, Kid Slips
and walking Shoes, nice blk. Gaiters, Ac. &c.
Just in and I'or sale cheap by ISAAC GROUT.
ruincy, oepi. xo, ic-n. &
SUPERIOR Molasses and Sugars, warranted
.nn.rmr V II ..wl n,..l..,,. ("-..IT!...
Spice, Pepper, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cassia., Saleratus,
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Indigo, Camphor
uum, r.psom ana uiauoer Balls, Uox Uaisius, ccc.
Sec., all fresh and nice for sale by
Putney, Sept. 25, 1644. 5
IN EXCHANGE for the above goods, Klaunels,
Krocking, Corn, Oats, Dry Apple, White ileans,
and all kinds oflsriners produce. I'or which fair
price will be given. ISAAC GROUT.
Putney, Sept. 25, 1B44. 5
HOSIERY, Gloves, Laces, Fringes, Gimps,
Cords, Girdles, Fancy Ildkfs. Lace and
FOR DA ELY'S celebrated Fancy Virginia Fine
Celebrated extra CHEWING do.
do No. 1 rose scented Maccoboy Snuff.
American Smoking Tobacco,
Spanish do do
Turkish do do
Spanish, half Spanish, and American CIGARS,
of different brands. .Scotch SnufT from Daily's
Mills. Tho above articles are warranted. If not
approved they can be returned and the money re
funded. All orders directed to me, or left al T. C. Lord's
Vermont House, will be promptly attended lo.
SANFORD C. ROACH, Agent.
Draltleboro, Sept., 1J314. 6
ol almost every style nnd pattern and material,
such as Ulack Silk velvet, Black Satin, Cashmere,
Valencia, Ac. Sic.
All these garments were selected by Mr Franks,
personally, with great care, Irom the best shops in
the city of lloslou, and he will warrant everyone
pi them to he well nnd thoroughly Inade, and of
good materials, and they hnvc about them a touch
and a finish that can only be given by city work'
men. They were not picked Up from the cheap
slop shops of the city, but were selected from tho
best Tailoring establishments.
A large purchave was made cheap for cash, arid
they will be sold all made and trimmed, for about
what the materials would cost if purchased here.
Mr Franks has made an arrangement by which
he is constantly to receive tho latest styles of goods
and fashions, and those who wish to supply them
selves with a suit, or a part of a suit of garments,
at a low price, made or the best materials, in theja
tesl style, and in the most workmanlike manner,
without the delay, disappointment and vexation too
often attendant upon getting them made lo meas
ure, will do well lo call and examine the stock now
offered to them. And in particular, Mr Franks'
old and numerous customers are assured thai they
shall be perfectly suited if they will but call and
examine, both as lo fit, material, workmanship, and
Mr Franks is ever ready to cut garments oP'aU
descriptions, at the shortest notice and in the best
Urattleboro, October 6, 1844. 7
IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS,
5 TONS Dried Apple; 3 do. do. sliced;
500 bushels nice Pea Deans;
100 bushels nice Winter Green Apples ;
200 do. Grafted Winter do., by
A. E. DWINELL.
Urattleboro, Oct. 1,1811. G
THE GRAND CATHOLICON
FOR Al.lt DISEASES or TIIK SKID, OH
Jones' ''Drops i'or Humors."
fV MOST invaluable, safe, internal remedy for
wL Salt Rheum, Scrolula or Kinir's Evil, Ery
sipelas or St, Anthony's Fire, Leprosy or While
Scurf, Tetter, Scald Head, and all of their kindred
This medicine is no mere catch-penny, humbug,
or moonshine afTair, as the most incredulous may
be assured of hy calling on the Agents and seeing,
reading, and hearing, and especially trying it for
tjy For salo in Draltleboro only by J. STEEN
R, llmciiAnu, Dummerslon,
Mav 18, 1814. Cm3i)
No puff, but a reality !
BY far the best assortment of Goods in tins line;
ever ofTered in this market, just received and
for sale, such ss
Clocks, Time' Pieces, gold and silver Watches,
rich Jewelry, gold Deads, gold and silver Pencils,
Silver Spoons and Spectacles, plated and Drilarihia,
Ware in a great variety, Razors, Scissors, Knives,
Combs, Drusbcs, Perfumery. Also a great varie
ty of other goods usually found in a Jeweller's
Store, loo numerous to mention.
For particulars call and sec. Tho above goods
will be sold as low as can be bought in any market
THE Subscribers arc Agents for Stephen W.
Mjtitiii, Manufacturer of PIANO FORTES,
31)3 Washington St. Ronton. They have now on
hand a specimen of Mr. M'd instruments, a superb
Host Wood finish, beautiful touch and tone, which
they oiler at a rare bargain.
WOODDURY & DURDITT.
Draltleboro, Oct. 0, 1844, 7
Muslin Collars, Winter Milts, Ac. Ac, b
Oct. 5, 1844.
G. & C. LAWRENCE.
50,000 FEET GLASS.
X12.9 W13 Keene, Waterford. and other
qualities GLASS. 40,000 do. 7 X'J and 6 X
PAIRS New Blyle Duggy Lamps, 50 Selt
iJ double and single Ehplic Springs, 40 sell
extra common Drass Hands, this day received by
C. TOWNSLEY &. SUN.
Oct. )0, 1844. 7
low by the box or single light. Merchants wishing
01 ass win ao well to call nn
C. TOWNSLEY & SON.
Draltleboro, Oct. 1C, 1814. 8
Iron, Steel nnd IVnils.v
haVo tho mechanics and laborers believe, why
uru nicy KiNismiiu umjmg 1(l on nf jfrounu
of Its taxing tho farmer, umj Inorettsing tho .
prices of tho manufactured goods to the cpn
mirrjer8. Now if Mr Polk'd friends were really'
in (ayor of Ibe TarjlT, would they assail ii in
,tlHliK)aniior, which goes against the whole sys-
p, fluty on imported goods In nil cases is
Sl'r cnn8urnert (as the Polkjtcs say it
iiierVYrio(e sysiem or rroiecuniisiioum
Bunco;, ir.ciiK'nim ijroieciirm unu an.
fh"ave examined tlie tariff policy with
judge of Its practical bearings) and I assert
that evertj manufactured article which has
ey, nnd nothing but iard money.
Who has not witnessed that all the impor
tant offices are filled with men of this selection,
and that no man, however great his meiils or
services may be, can ever get nominated with
out their endorsement?
I am not willintr to loin tho crusade arainst
all Banks. I believe with Gov. Shannon, that
"in a young State, like Ohio, with n genlul rli
mata and rich soil, having a population ol near,
two millions, wi'l) unbounded natural resour-'
ces, wo are more in want or capital than any
thing else. It is a capital that improves our
country, gives employment to labor, and infu
ses lifo and energy into every department of
"We should bo careful, therefore, to adont
no policy that would expel capital out of the just received for sale law by
THIS day received from Hartford, 15tonsO.S.(
Englisu and American square and round Iron.
ii tons square and flat best Cast Steel. !' casks
assorled'Fali Rlyer' NAILS J together with Anvils,
Sledges, Moplds, Iron Dnrs, &c. &c, at
C. TOWNSLEY & SON'S.
Oct. 10, 1844, ,8
17llOM$'J0 lo almost any price you please-now
? opening ot C, TOWNSLEY & SON'S,
Oct. 10, 114.
WINTER, FALL Refined Whale Oil; also!
box superior Sperm Candles, lust recivrd al
C. TOWNSLEY & SON'S.
Oct. 10,1844. " 7
OTTER, Seal and Nulra Caps; Fur Doas; su
per Dlack Lynx, Coney, Genet. Grev Lvnx.
and Gcpirrel Mufi'u ; Fur skins in great abundance,
5 DALES first rale UufTaln Robes in all qualities,
some very poor, and some as good aa can bo
found for salo for their real cash value, hv
Oct. 5, 1844.
G. &. C.
Stale, or deter men of canital from eettlinir a.
mong us. The contrary shouhj be our policy,
carefully and slendily adhered to. The pVslruc
lion of all banks would be attended with tho
withdrawal of a laige amount of capital from
the Slated. Men of siirnhiR nntiilnl will fnvist
It in banking institutions ol other Stales, ond
foreign capitalists will-have no inducement to
DICKINSON, DAY & CO.
B1RCHARD & SAWYER have just received
a full supply of
BildDtpd to the nrpflpnt anti RnnrnnMiini
brim? their cauital Here for rnvMimint IhiVu . . v".iy 01 , 10 Be ,ouna. n !""liel " ore, all which, will lie offered on the moatravorabo
-Ji"? 'a lh'8, to be sold, os low asor.y goods of-like quality, for terms in exchange for Cash. Produce, or nnnrJ,l
n.l nil... ,.. . ,.. ..--- ... , j.
Gi & C. LAWRENCE have now a slock'of
r Woolen fabrics for Ladies' and Gentlemen's
apparel, which tney are prepared to say are in all
PALM LEAF. '
THE subscriber has a quantity of 1'alm Leaf on
hand, and wishes to gel the same braided, for
which he will pay the highest price,
... & UAKER.
Fayelteville, Sept. 23, 1844 , 5
to promote the public inler-1 cash and other good pty,
UCl. U, 1341.
Fnyeltevillo, Oct. 2d, 1844.
FARM FOR SALE.
1 1 HIE subscriber wtshinir to leave
JL Tor the West, otfers his farm for
salo on the most reasonable terms.
Said fiirin lying in the middle of the
town of Dummerslon. G miles from
Draltlebnro, East village, 0 miles from Putney
street cniitainimr 200 acres of excellent laud. suita
bly divided iiiId various departments lor laiinmg,
wiiii a gnou nnusc, wiiu goou uuraoie water Drought
into said house, two barns and sheds and other out
buildings in good condition. A suflicient quantity
of gialled fruit, a good sugar orchard of four or
live Hundred trees ; also, wonu acres ol tirsl rate
wood land on said farm
Also, one other lot containing 110 acrrs, within a
few rods ol tho meeting house ; pasture nnd wood
land not excelled hy any in said town.
One other lot of 100 acres, principally wood land.
Said farm will, be sold all together, or in separate
lota to suit ihe purchaser. For further particulars
enquire 01 1110 suutcriber on the premises.
Dummerston, Sept. 23, 1644. tf 5
TlTi superfine and 3 ply Carpeting, 10
JiJ p Cotton and Hemp Carpeting. A large
assortment ol Tufted Ruggs, Druggett !to. just
received and for sale cheap, YM, P, CUNE.
Dtattleboro, Sept. 2:1, 1844. 5
C TOWNSLEY & SON, have just received
. from Boston, rich M D'Laines, Crape doi,
Prints, Shawls, Mitts, &c. &o which they will be
happy to show
tn (heir friends aad the public
PURE Winter and Spring strained Sperm.
tl, ,dt . d0 do bleached and
refined Whalo Oil, for sale low at
, W1LLISTON & TYLER'S,
October 1C, 1844. fj
ITJOIl the Piano Forte, Just received at the
. . Oct. C BOOKSTORE,
NEW FALL GOODS
RECEIVED THIS DA Y, Ii Y
n r . o- & o. lawrence;
Oct. C, 1844. 7
And all work usually done in a Jeweller's Shop,
done by the subscriber, in point of workmanship
not second best to sny thing in the country.
(L5 Don't mistake the place South door
II- D. BRACKETT.
Brattlcboro, Oct. 9, 18-14. 7
The Fitchbxirg Rail Roatl
IVJ OTICE is hereby .given that Ihe following as
1' sessments of ten dollars on each share in the)
Capital Slock of the Fitchburg Railroad Company,
have been levied by the Directors, payable to the
Treasurer, and at tho following dates, viz:
(ith assessment on Saturday the 10th day or Aug. next.
7th .' Monday Sd " Sept
PUi " Tnesdav 1st Oct.
Sth " Friday 1st " Not. '
10th " Monday 2d " Dec. "
Payment may be made al Ihe Treasurer's office,
No. IS Merchants Exchange, Stale Street, Boston ;
at the Bunker Hill Dank' at Charlestown ; tho
Waltham Dank at Waltham; the Concord Bank ati
Concord; the Fitchburg Bank at, Fitchburg; the
Ashuelot Bank at Keepe, N II.; and the Dank o
Draltleboro at Draltleboro. Vt.
THOMAS WILEY, Treasurer v,'
Fitcliburg R, It, Company.
Boston, July 3, 1814, 22 40 "
WFOK SALE, ' ,
On the most reasonable terms
THE beautiful residence of Mrs.
P. Fessepden, in Bratlleboro,
Vt. Tlie lluildinps arc in good re-
nair. nml silitnlpfl in ilm mnui i.lnne-
am part ill (lie village 01 u,
A long credit will be given for most of (he
Persons wislling to purchase, will apply, for
terms, &c, to
T.. n MF.ATV Arrnnf '
Urattleboro, March 28, 1844. .tftl .-'
To Palm 1-icaf ISrniilcrs. .
RAIDERS wanted for all ol the different kinds
.of Leaves, viz : -ir-
No. 2, while and colored, !
" 3, do do :-
" 4, do do . . . ,
" . 5, white, .. ,
payable In Goods on receipt. oflhe Hals, at fair
prices, by E. W, PROUTY-, .Ag't
June 19, 1814. .... tf 43
THE JEtna IpsunANcii Comimnv, HirU
lord, Conn,, will insure every species ol
properly usually insured in. the, Country,Trom
loss or damage by fire, on the most reasonable'
terms, ' ' ' '
This Coiiinanv has Wn In rmpmiinn 'c?iS
many years, and lis reputation or fair dealiDr
w too well established and appreciated toVfe
quire any pledge for its Aure course. 1 '
ICP Persons residing in the County .of'
Windham untl its vicinity, destrousof obtaining
insurance of this Com
G, Mead, Esq. Agent, Braiileboio.
THOMAS ir nnArp rir:.i.
. S. L00MI8, Secretary. '-'
nartioru, rov, 1, 1043, t10
FLOOR Boards, Clapboards! warranted'
heart and Common Slllnnlna in nnu nimn '
ilty, for eale cheap by ISAAC GJtO'UT.
Putneyj April 80, 13-14. 37