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.i.. numbers ofa paper with
fid''? Kiioiin! monthly nt Albany,
,kV lent of Common School Edu
yW. ... t nn-illo Tovlor. nt 50 cents
T.'.wle cony. The following
.f.rr no stntttl in tlm
. .i..''Tliis cheap papor hns
"; J.fM.!-"This cheap papor
Wished for the exclusive purpose of
.... Mmmon schools, i no paper
, n3 pari in 51-"' " i
7 iLiU objects of it shall bo to show
rnJ importance of onr Common
Tuifitctct the lcatliiiff promment men
nrovemcnt; to make known ami ox-
rilion' ll,c di,rorcnco1Bnd T'
7 ' ,,. to show the want and necesst-
P -..Jified teachers; to point out the
' -t' Htdlnma iC Jltct Fltr.tlfltl.
..in the prcvoimiB
. from nan buiiwui B... .............. .
, remedies lor Ihwe defects in teaching
.describe the wrong structure and lo
Jif school houses, and to suggest plana
I,, improvement; to prevail on trustees,
.... n. COmillwi'J""-'"
111 ill" Pcrl '"na,lcl l" 1t"u,t: uu
ml, in nor" B J ' .
' .vv member of this commonwcallli to
. i ... co-oncrauon wmi our cuiiunuu
f...fnn" II Dili Uf lliuttu u.ij u. un.au
'. ..i.. ...nmnli.lml. the uaner cannot
and wo iimisi. ncurinjr " ."""
MARTIN VAN ItUItEN. Latest rno.M Texas.-A NnW Orleans pa
I am not, Messrs. Printers, a very nclive or per of the 2d llist. contain! n letter from Mntn
well read politician, but I am very desirous f' moras. ilni...1 A..rll 7. olvinn, . ni'iim
do my littlo share or public hiihiness right, by ' rapture of Lnlxitdia l.v the Moxicans, With the
casting honest and conscientious votes. N.jw loss of 5 or GOO men." Tim nrlann.-i-n. nhnnt
200 in number, nre said to have been shot by
order of banta Anna. The Mexican army
had not crossed the Colorado, the waters being
too high and rapid. Gen. Houston remained
tell mo if you please, or let some of vour cor
respondents tell me, what is flic objection to
Martin Van Buien for President? He seems
to bo the decided choice of the largest State in
the Union: and if wo may judge fiom present
appearances that selection has been approved
by a largo majority ol tho American People ;
and I am free to say that I for ono, unless somo
good reason can be shown fordoing otherwise,
shall vole for him. Tho Vermonters are ad
vised to go for Gen. Harrison; not with the
hope of electing him, but to prevent an elec
tion by the people. What is next to follow?
A choice between Van Huron, White and Har
rison would devolve on the House of Repre
sentatives, tho worst
tout that possibly we may prevent Ihe election, bitantaof the village will not nntv t.ntrnn.7..
of Van Burcn. Suppose this to be possible; , Mr Gerry liberr.lly, but pay him for whatever
what next? Either While or Harrison must Mhey do .Junior.
be elected, and whichever it might be, our Pre
sident for the next four years would labor un-
TAB received his supply of S ' R I N U
LJL uud SIMMER GOODS. Lcimr the
most elegant and extensive assortment that he
has ever had the pleasure of offcrjng his friends
and the public. Among which may ho found,
From 80 to 100 pieces of PRINTS, ofvari-
100 mgii ana rapid, uen. Houston remained ous prices nml qualities, many of new and
on the west side of the Brassoswith aWit 3300 beautiful styles; English Ginghams; French
men. A body ol 5 or 000 v&lunteers from tho
States were on their way to join him.
Mobile, May 2. The rumor of n rising of
the Indians on the Mexican frontier is satisfac
torily contradicted. Gen. Gaines has recalled
the troops ho hod sent to the Sabine, being
satisfied that all is tranquil in that quarter.
tO" Mr Gcrrv. who snnnlics and stons the
mouths of many a scold (for n few minutes on
ly) with ineat.'&c. has procured u new and el-
o worst of all places for making 1 l'Ba"t. w.cat, Cort, which on first sight when
What is next to follow? We nre ' "'I".' l"1" ft'1.1 ",f ""f ,,,1K& T ,00,k1 to.1 a
.;.;.. ,M ..,.. ?.nd huh beauty. We hope the inha-
.i. liiMilv useful; i
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i, it success. Hi wmi ... uj..ai.. w.
1, anil teachers, and papers, and societies
Jsocialionsfor the benefit of thw young,
i. .m Wnme wise and learned they must
n I .!.-... t. . . n in ...liiti itn
no little interest. W c rejoice that a con-
a is to be held in this State 10 consuu on
. . i c
jjopl raeasui" ...- - --
.i n-ff lume that some ol our citizens
It is well known and mucn la-
:;ed that our common schools are in a low
ta.ar.dwc trust something effectual will
tee to give them new life utul energy. It
l .nnin(iT flint r nicr nnn frt hi
nimlifin HMU L hill UL IL 1 tHUi i uijk wkw u
: station in society,
Glorious iVfie A.London corrcsnondent
nfllii N. V. Slnr. muli-r ln( nfMnn.li in.li
der tlitee most embarrassing and perplexing Snys: ''The iinportnnt niiestion of the sie of
i.. it... n.i i... !.... ...i. n.. .i... .!.. .i.- t.
...no in titu iiiab i.hii.l, (.-ii:ijr iijuii, wumuii ' niti,- i-n is ul iiii viidi ijy lliv nine lllu Op.lllg
and child would know that
choice, of the vconle, but that an immense ma
jority were hit opponents; he would be a mi- 1 he Latest t ashton. It has been adopted
IIIU l-AblllHIvei Ul ll-W 1 OTK, mai ! O'lVJOCK
he was not tho ! I'lthions appear, ttg h t sleeves, both long and
snori, win no ine moue."
A Congress would hi im
mediately elected to oppose him, and we should
have the consolation of having deliberately
prepared a contest between tho different depart
ments of government which would be fatal to
nil useful legislation.
In the second place, a President thus chosen
would labor under much suspicion and dislike
from having been chosen by Congress. A
choice by the House when occurring acciden
tally is u necessary eei7; but when planned,
prepared and premeditated, would completely
nipple an administration thus produced. The
will of the people constitutionally expressed is
law; and all' our institutions nre based on this
foundation. If in any instance like a choice by
By means thereof Congress there is an exception, it was intend-
poor boy outstrips the son of the rich man. cd by the Trainers or the constitution as a ne-kh--,.
influence, but thev cannot com- cessary and temporary relief until the people
. . fin , .amI.I .nnin nit ll.tf nil fTn.i ir rrf .inn nl I'ma!
'f thcr resncct or mve. x no man oi an -""'" uBum ...... ..u. u.. v,....6,v.u..i
noble, generous nature will be loved i ucms win mwuys ou wrun mm unuiiuiurj aim
... ..... . .1... .l. innnlrmil et nil ..'..III.. Ir. r 11111 r.ffY.f 1.1 i A.
(sUtmeu, De lie i)our ui n.u. uu ukuiiiv - - n
' 1 . . ti... i .u.. -..I..
hiiiJ the narrow-souicd wreicn, oe ne ncn '"--iii ( niajiiijr
. . . .11 I .. ...... ...I . l.n C !.! ..l.r..u.n
Ctesus, cannot be loved nor respecicu, now-. j--"-i' " i'.i- jmj"..
rfreatmay be his influence in society. In he third place, a President thus chosen
I community be awake to the interests of, would necessarily come into power by means
t common schools. They arc the bulwark of a bargain, or, to uso tho mildest term, mi
B.,.u;r.in institutions the basis of our, arrang'.mcnt between two parties. Each of
vtrement-the great cnlightencrs of the mass those parties must receive a respectful compli
es children; and are worth more to our mcnt in the appointment of his cabinet; and
Mtv. or mav be mode so. than all our other the chief magistrate, weak as he would be in
... r. 'p ... I tinfuilniilv. trnt.lil fit L nt lhi rminrit lh!. nf
tpted to the improvement of our common ' the administration between advisers who were
tiik UErunLic of ixtters.
uwreeuearuorn. w uoia sucei. i. xorK,
. A ! ... V -. l .
Wn,. 'I ,,A nm.iln nn n.l...P ....mm. In
ll.li.. nf .nn.nn.r, ...l.TI. ... t..n l.rtl.li
.v w...rls UlllJ illlUi; ljUUl.CID Ul 1111-
n the morning be the fashionable hour for ner-
lorming ine mnrnago ceremony. We Heard ol
a couple in high lile who were lately united at
this hour, and by day-light were on their way
to tho western country. An early start, we
should say, for the marriage state and Michi
gan. JSorth Jliver Times.
A lady who ndvertises for n husband in the
Opelousas (Louisiana) Ga7ette, says, "My
complexion is brunette, eves and hair block,
nose Grecian, month small, neck slender, bust
proportionably full, height 5 feet 3 inches, an
cles and hands delicately formed; fortune about
twenty thousand dollars."
Hydrophobia. Tho Zancsville Aurora says,
"The only course we could recommend to pre
vent hydrophobia is, to eul off every dog's tail
close up to his ears." An editor down cost
has tried it, ami says there is no doubt of its
CO" Probate Court at Lincoln's Inn in Wit-
mington on trednesday next.
00- Rev. Moses Hallnu of Bath, N. H. wilt
preach in Williamsvillc the lost Sabbath in this
K7" Tho Windham County Association of
TTn:..MVn.i: ...:n ... i. i -,t..ii. ;..
w uu -.oai.Aia ii iii uu ii-j.iicii in i iiiuiuisvine un
the first Wednesday and Thursday of June.
Printed Muslins, such as sell in Washington
street, Iloston, at $1 per yard; English do;
Well blk and col'd Silks ; Alanines ; Muslins ;
Cambrics; Linens; Merino Khawls, various
prices up to ($12 ; Silk, Vnlentia, Thibet and
Cotton do ; splendid Dress Hdkfs , white and
col'd Sill; and Kid Gloves . Hosiery : Straw-
anil other Fashionable nOXMJTs ; artificial
FTtO)YKIlS, part very elegit nt Fiench;elc
grfut Parasols; Vliir.S ug'd nnd plain LA
CMS, Ac. itc. It is needless to enumerate
farther in thu lineLadles arc respectfully in
vited to examine for themselves.
BROADCLOTHS; Cassiincrcs and Trim
mings of every needed description ; a great
variety of Afmeurs fur Summer wear, i
Brown nnd Kleach'd Sheetings and Shirt
ings ; Tickings ; Cotton Yarn, Ac.
IIAM) tVAlli: ami CUT LIZ R V;
PAIN TiS and I) YK - 8 T U F PS;
China & Glass Ware;
In short, his stock comprises almost evcrv
article which convenience or luxury may con
sistently demand. All of which nre offered at
the loivcst prices for Cash, Uartcr, or good
I. i cut l.
I'ilUM HATS in anv nuantilics.
received for Goods.
A Vest Townsheiid. May 17, 1930. 37
1 nAT K S T
ripiiK fubsenber mforms his friends nnd the
public in this Vicinity, that not by way of
boast, but icnlly and in truth, ho has received
the latest JjONDON FASHIONS. His iir
rungemcnts enable him to receive them as reg
ularly as thev aro had in the cities. And he
assures hilcusiomcrs and such as may call for
work ul his shop, that so far as faithful and
good workmen, nnd tbc strictest nttcution to
(heir wishes and orders will insure the execu
lion of work to their satisfaction, no pains will
be. snared to merit their approbation.
Thu undersigned has recently Opened a shop
at Uellows Falls, opposite the Dank, nnd such
of his Old Customers in the northern part of
the County as should find it more convenient
to call there, can have their work dono theto
to their salislnction.
Particular and faithful attention paid to the
Lwltng ol uarmcnt. ns usual.
Brattlcboro, May 11, 1S36. 30
bitter piditicat opponents. A New England
Whig and a Carolina Nullifier would be pre
senting measures together or against each oth
er; "and in tho mean time the mass of the peo
ple would look with contempt on the whole
combination. Office would bo tho polpablo
motive for this union of hostile forces, and sel
fishness would be written on the forehead of
nny one who became an agent under them
and nny honest farmer would thank God and
bless his stars that he was not a cabinet officer.
Messrs. Printers; these are some of the con-
EMjicf Ella, by Charles Lamb: Lira of; "cqucnces ol success, i am open u co.iv.c-
. uiru ourieign, uy James iwnciniosti: i . nr morc than tho well known phrases "L.U-
Vmn I. t T 1. 1 !.,. r,ii. I, 1 J '
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.'w.v.. uu iu3. muan. .v uvtiiti
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we advincetnent nf Experimental Philoso-
4 'luiiii luiiim iii iiiiiiiirv' iiilii i iii" nri'ini
" iiicas on trie sublime and licautilul, by
Ldmund Burke: The Minstrel, or the
NEW YORK MARKET, May I t
Fi.oun has experienced a further declino of
50 cents per barrel during tho week. Prices
Western C 02 a G 75; Troy 6 37. .Rye Flour
and ipmnn .nicat are witnoiit alteration,
Grain bales or a parcel of good Dantzic
HEW GOOD IS.
D. B. THOMPSON
TTTS just received from Boston a Rich
Ji. JL assortment of
HARD WARE GOODS,
which ire offers for sale nt the lowest prices,
Brattlcboro. May li.
Salt Fish, Meat, &c.
GEO. W. GERRY,
TOrAVING taken the Meat Cellar lately
J1JL occupied by Mr. Jesse Hadley, offers to
the inhabitants ol llraltleboro village, town
and country, lor t ilth or eery short Credit
Pickled Salmon, No. 1 Mackerel,
" Codfish, Tongues and Sounds,
Halibut Fins, -1000 lbs. Ham,
600 lbs. Dried Beef, 20 bbls. Salt Pork ;
Lard, Tallow, &c. &c.
SALT FISH of almost every description
will be kept for sale at his cellar where Mc
chanics, larmers, Merchants, Lawyers, Doc
Spf inp licvcr Patent T r u s u.
"5IIIS Truss proves to be the most useful of
. any instrument of the Truss kind ever
before discovered. It is very easy to wear aud
keeps the Hernia up perfectly safe. Matty
have been cured by wearing them the past
winter. I hey cau be had at
I. IS. Thompson b.
N. I). No one is icnuircd to keen the Truss
unless they choose to alter tmiig.it.
urattlcboro, May 1-'.
t;tf7"ILL be sold at Public Auction without
T" reserve, to the highest bidder on SA'l
UUD A Y, the 21st instant, at 1 o'clock. P. M
at the Inn of Col. P. Chaie in Btatilehoro Vil
lage, to close a consignment, an assortment of
India Rubber Goods.
Gentlemen's Frock Coats; do. Surtoutdo;
do. Camblet do. and Cloaks;
do. Pantaloons ; do. Capes ;
Mens and Boys Lasting and Drilling Caps;
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Aprons:
do. Kid, Lasting and Mole Skin Shoes
and Over Shoes ;
Gentlemen's Lasting and Mole Skin Shoes
and Over Shoes ;
do. India Rubber Boots ;
do do. Hats.
H. SMITH, Auct'r.
Brstlleboro, May 11, 1836. 2w36
JEJ" Wo stop tho press this morning to
nnotlncoihc following. important news fiom
Texas, which wo copy from tho N. Y. Suri.,
f Wednesday morning:
Triumphant News from Texas ! 'Santa
Anna Captured. Tho New Orleans Trtia
imericnn nnd the N. O. Bulletin of May 2.
give authenticated intelligence of tho-eutlfrt
defeat of Santa Annn nna one of tho divis
ions of his nrrny on the 21st of April, by
the forces under Gen. Houston, and of fllo
capture of himself nnd principal officers!''
Tliu news wns received nt New Orleans 6ii
thu evening of the 2d inst. by tho steamboat-:
uevnnt iroin iNacoguocbes.
From the N. O. IJuttctin, May 3. l
II. Quarters of the Army, April &3.
Wo met Santa Anna on tho 21st vb at
tached him with COO men. Ho had 1 100
infantry with howitzers. We entirely rout
ed his" whole force, .killed liulf of Ins then
and took the rest prisoners. Santa Anha
himself nnd nil his principal officers ore our
prisoners. The- history of war does not fur
nish n parallel to the baltle. Wo had six;
killed nnd twenty wounded.
1 have no ti ne, or 1 would send yon n full
report. 1 will do that in the course of to
morrow. I again call on my fellow citi
zens to come to the field j let us fall or con-
rjuer the reinuining troops, nnd our country.
is irec mrn oui ni once mere is no ex-;
cuso now let us do the work at once.
THOS. J. RUSH, Sec'ry at War.
HAX.I, & TOWNSLEY
Hare just received,
Qfl Tons IRON & STEEL, comprisin
" complete assortment.
Also, 100 Casks Cut Nails.
PA INTS and OILS. May 17
White KSccch Timber.
nnHE subscriber! wish to purchase 50,000
Ji. tccl White itttch Jaxce to he second
tors, Tavern Keepers, Printers, Gentlemen. I growth S4wd 3 1-2 or -1 inches square free
Wheat at 81 22; of Antwerp Rye at 8Cc; of &c.'&c. can ,e supplied with FRESH and
" ?v "I o ' "' i"ll"lie,n 'lo' f &I-V MFAT, and they nre respectfully
, v i.u uiui yum i i. uj, u'- invited to call. liratl eboro, Mav VJ.
.1.. to ie 4 1 ..... t n tnt t I. -1 I
1 UII1IUI1 i. 11111(11 V VUllI.lltlliU-
Ha ter Alnnnv. Sir rrnni- u ill. Vow.
ouue. (jliver uroiliweu.
i'tu.iuurmiBii, anu vjnanes jior-
nn. h-n.. i i. . . . . ... r.
in iciL-rodroucn: uuuuics irom
It ... i..iaoau; OUIJIS..I1 VgUMI-ilCa,
n Ml tntl! "hi. l(nr,o ,.r I ... T rr.r 1...
ne last niisrior r.r ii, ...i.:.i. :. ..,
... I ..... w .iiv, m. .viiiuii lo ......
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si iii cuniain. nmnnn. (itnnr iinndH.
' J mice uouars in advance.
Ms Itandohh's Will Tmln f!nrr. nf tfm
nnua Court r.f a.. i.. .i .i..
..ui.uuij.ii-8 minu. January 1, 183'.:, was
---I uu mm increiore the paper purport-
5Wbe Ins Will, then written, is void: thus
...v uecuion oi mo uenerai uourt,
il hr n. .... M . . . .
--.mj. hiio eia-ct the Willol 1821, which
"1"" an ins k ififna vv f j n .
11 is stated that the Hnn. DnvM H..iiRbnw
o c iiiiirc in i.niiffrnr ni i in rnrr
"i, which he has held for several years
' ha been suggested that his oliject is
'": a candidate for Governor,
Tl charter elee.tinn in n'r m v i.o
'""Oil man. Tho tmrrrnrrnln Wb rr
Itnt ... ! ., . on- - w w
' 'v io city is near 500,
HeisnTI....!-... . .
" UU nffinn fit., I .nr, l.n.rn. fl.n
"IK lOllCC. Iiavi! rrr-livi-it It, i rmvnnl nf
iviur l e rponv-nrit ll... .., ll..
1,10 i rovulence Rank, amounting
- A few mrmtl.H nrrn thesn
. riMVCrmg and ahvavs hiehu nmenrH
lan r.ampuig it. u.l-iii. run
Sen. Scott, nnd Capt. Finluy, Aid to Gen.
tis, urrived hero this forenoon from Pi-
FroSi llio CliRrtcnton Patriot.
THE FLOrtlOA CAMI'AION TCIIMINATEP.
Latest from Florida, Termination of the
Indian camvaisn. Lieut. Vnn Utiren, Aid
colntu, via Savannah, in the steam packet
William. Seabrook, from bnvnonnli. we
have conversed with both these grntlemcn,
who have politely imparted to us nil the in
formation they possessed.
Lieut. Vnn Duron states that, owing to
tho commencement of the warm weather,
tho campaign hnd been brought to n close.
l liu regular lorces nun gone imo summer
quarters tit St. Augustine. I here were sup
posed to be ouout yuu on ino sick usi in
Tampa Bny nnd 80 nt Volutin.
Capt. Finlcy has communicated to us the
"The left wing of the army of Florida ar
rived nt Tampa Uuv on tjie fith ol April
left there on tho 17th. nnd mnrched to
VoIiim.1. hv Pilakliknhn. The active ope
rations of the campaign have censed, from the
sickly season having commenced. The
South Carolina volunteers left Volusia on
Friday, 29th. . to mnrch lo St. Augustine,
where Col. Brisbane's regiment would hi
dischargid, and sent by transports to this
cilv. Col. Goodwyn's mounted men would
ho dischurccd nt Jacksonville. The regu
1nrs. it is believed, will be kept in Florida.
to garrison posts which may ho important
in the commencement ol ttic next campaign,
The Indians wero no where in any force,
nnd nre supposed to bo scattered all over the
Further nexus from Florida. -The Charles
ton Mercury gives tho following extract under
date of St. Augustine, May D
n..n. Scott ordered a nuantitvol provisions
..... , . .. ,.
cm do. at 4$ a -15. About 120,000 bushels of!
horeign W heat and 80,000 bushels of Foreign
Iftm lint limtM rrtst a. I n himii Iilrnl.fn nnrl ,V
..-.w ;V.. .....W.UU.W J.UIIU. ,
which remains uiuoiil. Lour. y Knq.
BRIGHTONMARKET, Monday, May 13.
(ltcHrl.J far the I). AilteriUrr ic l'.iriul.)
At market, 185 Reef Cattle, 10'pair Work
ing Oxen, 18 Cows and Calves, 1C0 Sheep and
105 Swine. A few fine Reef Cattle unsold.
Prices. Beef Cattle We noticed a num
ber of extra and very fine taken at 51s; first
quality at 4CC n -19sfj; second quality -12 n -15s;
lllird quality 37i.fJ a -lOnU.
Working Oxen Sales at CO, 80, 95 & $1 15.
Cotrj and Calves Sales at from 20 to 852.
Sheen Lots were sold at 5, C and S3; 15 at
12 07 each, and one ut 21 50.
&icine Lots to peddle were taken at 8 1-J
for sows and 9 1-J for barrows. Selected lots
at 9 and 10. At retail 9 and 10; small shoats
10 and 11.
it... Yr;il.lnr.ni.ln lit Kpri; nnd Contain
fl . .. v , IllbW Hit ,i in,,,vw. j ; , , ,
similar roward from tho nirrr.tnrn nf, M.T...mrm. with 7fi men went With them.
They were landed within 18 miles of Ullrich's
batifo ground nnd 83 men left to guard them;
and it is feared that they have suffered a simi-
Inr fi.tn In thnt of tho rrollant band Ulldcr Maior
Dade. It is reported that a council of war
was new ar, ton uranc, anu ii waa ucwwu
bo impossible to relievo them."
The Columbus (Geo.) Herald of May 3d
i t i a ii La
"eivYork Lecrishiture bavn nnssed bills
-""tuasirnrlinit e i....i.. e n..u i
-iave nil, ft.l r i ... . .
"" I. A n..
iulilXtv ,vmn.. il. . T.
"arei t '.'"""" mowers uj cigw
nn.l .-i.. ... .... . J . rt 1 ,.v u ! A lnl . l,rt
uai,H3 n 1 .... . .... nnr. .' - r. .. . n i ...
riumKn i A "uving given oinn 10 sua oi tween n patty oi Indians ami n lew wnuu men
uueri One of them wnsi tlm inntlim-ofi . .. ....... .1. n .i 1 r; ...ii.., I...l. r-,.l,,,.
. ..... i nr ,110 mu'i 1 i'.iii'ii ,.1:1111. au 1 1 1 1 1 1. 11L.1U.V wuim...
v-xws ciuuiren 1 1
bus. Tho plnntcis were removing their wo
In this villace. 10th inst. bv Rev. A. Brown,
Mr Edwin Pierce to Miss Sabrn Newton, both
of this villace. On the llith, by the same, Dr.
Keiiben spaiildmg ol tipencer, junss. to miss
Electa G Clark, daughter of Henry Clark,
Est), of this village.
. In Marlboro, hv Rev. J. Peabodv, Mr Dan
iel Bardwell of Tunbridae, to Miss Eli7n L.
Bond of Mnrllmro. Also, Mr Bcni. M. Le-
land of Sutton, Ms. to Miss Sally S. Powers
In Marlboro, Mrs Mary, wife of Zaccheus
Timpson, in her 81st year. Printers in Mass.
c rcnuesiea 10 notice inn,
In Newhaven, Vt. Mr James Andrews, 3-1.
In Bristol. 18th ult. Robert Holley, Esq. 77
He entered the armv in 1775. wns in several
hard fought battles, and in 1782 was taken by
the enemy and tnrown into ine .lersey prison
ship, where ho remained until the peace.
r. ii... i . . i - I r l 1 o r
ill iiuiiauu. iKHiiicy j. iiuvtu, ts... nu. jo,
Iii Northfield, Ms. 11th inst. of consumption,
Mrs Pomeroy, wife ol tho late Win. 1'. Jr.
In Nelson, N. H. Mr David Beard, ng. 89,
In CastU'lon, Vt. Jonathan Deming, Esq.
natriot of the revolution, aired 80.
In South Reading, Ms. Dr. John Hart, a
patriot of the revolution, aged 84.
In Leicester. Mnv 0. Mr Caleb Barton, 70,
a revo. pensioner. In Spencer, Jesse Bcrnis, a
soldier of the revolution, need 85. .
In Charlton, Mny 1 1, Mr John Fills, 39.
In Princeton, suddenly, Elisabeth, wife of
Charles Mirick, Esq. aged 71.
In Sterling, April 19i Mrs Ruth E. wife of
Mr Charles rowers, ngeu ua
WIIITJ3 MUL.BERKY SEED.
TTTt HOUGHTON, J it . will sell a few
JuLi. ounces of White Mulltcrru Seed.
Guilfurd Centre. Mav 10. 37
rmllE subscribers have formed a connection
X in Irade under the firm of Adkins & Mtt.-
i.un. TIMOTHY ADKINS,
CHESTER II. MILLER.
W. Bratllt-boro, April 7, J830.
' HBW "c"0 0DSS.
ADKINS Si MILLBK
Have received at the Store lately occupied
by Timothy Atfkins, n general assortment oi
IJrv Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Glass and
i-omnrisinc as good an assortment ns can gen-
I .. . r r. .... o. ...l.:l. .!,
ernliy DC lounn ( wouiKiy rxure, mntn ."ij
cflcr for sale cheap for Cash, approved Credit,
"P W I'm f !.. mi i 1" - ' . ? ........
S forPenTdnv' ' t Columbus. Tho people wero holding public nnl most kinds or Produce.
rtMng uw-be"'ir coo Tor pncl, day - , . conse(,ucncc 0f t,e alarm. I V, BrattlclKro, May 10, 1S3C
THE subscriber would inform his
fiiendsand customers, that he has
on band a trcncral assottment of
HATS, of all kinds, which will be sold cheap
for Cash or Credit. Request oil persons in
debted by Note or Account, to call and settle
the same without lurlhcr notice.
All persons indebted lo John Adkins by
Note or Account, arc requested to settle the
same with the subscriber previous to first of
June next tcunoui jail.
West Braltleboto, May 10, 1830. 37
from heart, knots or shakes, for which they
will pay a liberal price, delivered at their store
May 10. HALL & TOWNSLEV
COJVJV EC TIC UT JR I VRR
WANTED immediately, 8 Journeymen
HOOT and SlWEMAICFRS. to
work on coarse woik to whom an advance
from former prices will ho given, of 3 cents
per pair on isouls and Z cents per pair on
Shoes. Board Sl,50 per week.
Walpole, N. II. May 10, 1830. 37
LD Wool Carding.
THE subscriber, having hired for a term of
years the CARDING MACHINE
owned by Winsloip Dtttton, respectfully gives
notice to his friends and the public generally,
that the Maciii.nr will be in readiness for
Carding Wool by Ihe first of June nest. He
will remit no exertions that his work may prove
satisfactory. His prices for carding, ece. will
be the samu as heretofore. A liberal share of
patronage is respectfully solicited.
JOS! A II S. HOLTON.
Dummernton, May 19, 1830. 37
ST-RAYED from Townshcnd,
Vt. on Saturday, the 7th instant,
a 0 years old half blooded French
Maiie dark chestnut, black mane
and tail inane parted upon each side foretop
cut short short switch tail footlocks sheared
about three months since all black feet. Also,
a 2 years old Stud Coll sorrel black mane
Whoever will give information or return
said horses to the subscribers, shall be hand
CHAS. PERRY, M.D.
BENJ. HOW, Jn.
Townshend, May 18, 1830. tf37
looking I:ikscs nnd Brass
THE subscriber has just received an addi
tion to his Stock of Looking Glasses and
Brass Andirons, which makes his assortment
onc"of the best ever offered in this market.
May 10. D. B. THOMPSON.
FOUSALEOR TO RENT,
THE Premises owned and lately
occupied by Matthew Cheney.
For particulars, inquire of Major
ifjB, Stnitli or S. Root, lusq.
Brattlcboro, May 1.2. , 30
Paper ESanpinfjs, &c.
lOHft Bolls Paper Hangings, Real Vel
J.&JJ vol) Ricn and common Borders to
match; 10 Rolls Straw Carpeting; Rich
Gothic Window Curtain Furniture,
just received by
May 18. HALL & TOWNSLEV.
AN adjourned meeting ot the lemperance
Society will be held at the Chanel Mon
day evenina next. 23d inst. Tho members of
the Society and the public generally are ro
speclfully invited lonttcnd.
Mny J9. D. ). THOMPSON, Sec.
L.1NE OL STAGES.
Sot'Tii Daily both sides of the Rirtr.
LEAVES Chase's Stage 'House, Brattle
borO. evcrv mornin?. nl hnlf nasi 4. and
arrives at Hartford same day, nt 7 o clock, r. m.
The Steam Boat leaves Hartford every morn
ing, at 0 o'clock, for New York, (except Sun
days) makins 2 days only from Brattleboro to
New York City by Day Light.
Non-rn Daily on the West Side.
Leaves Chase's every morning ai half past
3 o'clock, and arrives nt Haverhill same day.
Stages leave Haverhill eveiy day for the
White .Mountain?, nnd for Slanstcad.
This river line intersects with the Boston
and Burlington Stage at Wnlpole, via Rut
land. Also, Concord Stage at Charlestown,
via Clarcrnont and Newport, N. II , and the
Boston, Windsor & Burlington Statre at Wind
sor, via Woodstock, Royalum sod Montpelier.
Leaves Chasi's Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, via Chesterfield. Westmoreland to
Walpole, nnd intersects with all the Noilhcrn
stage the same as the west side line.
All Baggage at the risk of the ovoicr, un
less receipted lor. L. KAItK & (JO.
Bratilcboro, May, 1830. 37
Confirmation of the Texas Neics. A let'
ter from New Orleans, Mav 3, received by
a gentleman in N. York city, says:
"Ihe glorious news we have received is
official, nnd enn be relied on. Had Santa
Anna concentrated his two divisions, Hous
ton would have lost tho day. Tho lntter
General has lo encounter now, tho division
"PosTscntPT. 12 o'clock, 3d May
Mail Closing. Dear Sir The steamboat
Romeo has just nrrivsd from Ouichitn, Red
River, and confirms the report brought by
the Levant, nnd ue have inst seen a letter
from General Houston, dated 20th April, a
few hours previous to the battle. He states
thnt Santa Anna wns in tho field, and that he
(Houston) had one half his men in ambush
in order to coax Santa Anna on to give him
battle. There is no doubt that Santa Annn
is taken, as repotted. No one doubts it here."
Fire in the Woods. We learn by a gen
tleman from the west side of the mountain,
that a fire was sprending through the woods
in Scarsburg, where it commenced on Wed
nesday, and that extensivo damage has al
ready been sustained. When our informant
passed the scene of desolation three dwelling
houses, a barn, two saw mills and two bridg
es had been consumed. Yesterday the fire
was rapidly spreading towards Wilmington
Hollow, nnd the people, in much alarm,
were turning out en mass to check its pro
gress. We may expect further intelligence
' WJ1 JV TE JJ
TO MIRE, a smart, active man, to whom
steady employment will be iriven if ap
plication is made immediately.
.-1so, 50 Cords Dry Hemlock Wood, for
which, if delivered in four or five weeks, the
highest market price will be given. Apply to
HOLBROOIC & CO.
May 19. At the Paper Mill.
DAILY STAGE, Via Fitzwiluam,
IiSSTHAJJ ol leaving ljratticuoro at one
o'clock, will leave Chase's precisely at
3 o'clock, every morning. iCj" Passengers on
arriving at Fitzwilliam, can go by Fitchburg,
Lancastei and llolton, to Boston, Fare 3,75
or via Townshcnd, Grotop, to Lowell, in sea
son to take the Rail Road, tor Boston, Fare
Ifrattlclboro, At hoi & Boston
Will also leave Brattleboro at 3 o'clock, A.
M. instead of 1, on Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays, passing through Temnleton,
Westminster, Lancaster, Bolton, to Boston,
same day. Fare S?3,75. IGr" Passengers on ar
riving at Templcton, can lake the Stage for
Worcester, and Hail uoau ni Worcester, ana
arrive at Boston same dayt Fare S4.50.
All Baggage at the risk of the owner, if
not receipted lor. u. ( Aitu oi tu.
Brattleboro. May. 1S30. 37
STATE OF VISIt MONT.
District of Marlboro, ss.
At a Special Probate Court holden at Brattle
boro, in and for said district, on the 17th day
of Mny, A. D. 1830 Presidios, Asa Keyes,
issq. rrooate iiegistcr, me juiigo being in
terested and by law incapacitated :
CtOMES Johu B. Miller, Administrator of
' the Estate of JOHN MILLER, late of
uummcrston in said district, deceased, and
hies his administration account; Whereupon it
is ordered thai the same be heard and examin
ed, at the Register's Ollice in said Dratileboro,
on the fourth day of Juno next; And for the
purpose of notifying all concerned ofthe time
and nlaco of hearing, said adminislrator is di
rected tq publish a opy of Ihe record of this
order, ihri'o weeks successively, in the Ver
mont 1'hmni.T, as soon ns moy oe.
A trno copy of record,
33 Attest, A. KEYES, RoS'r.
Old Temperance Stand;
Pieces New PRINTS of the latest style,
uv 2000 yds. Brown Sheeting and Shirtmg,
A general assortment of
English, French & American,
rC5 Cheap for CASH.
in exchange for Dunstable, 11 Braid and Cord.
tCT Straw and Leghorn Bonnets RE
PAIRED after the newest Fashions.
Gentlemen and Ladies will please call and
examine for themselves. , v
CF'The highest price given for good yellow
Butter, and all other kinds of Produce.
Guilford, south village, May 0. 30
TScw Goods ! rcw Goods !
JOIIJV TV. FROST fy CO.
ARE receiving their stock of SPRING
GOODS, comprising as extensive an as
sortment as can be found in this vicinity, which
they offer low ns usual.
Brattleboro Centre, May 12. 30
AVID WATKIWSOIV & Co.
Offer far salt on liberal terms
)CJA Tons English Iron, n complete assort-.
75 Tons Round Refined Machinery Iron,
150 " Swedes Iron flat and square, .
200 ' P.S.I. Old Sable ; New Sable arid
Ulster and other American Iron,
HQ " Old Sablo Horse Nail Rods arid
15 " New Sable Shapes and Rods, '
30 " English ond American Hoop Iron
1-2 to 2 inch,
, 20 " Band Iron and Nail Plate, lt to
150 " Soft American Pig Iron,
500 Bundles Plough Plates,
730 Casks II. Leonard & Co's Cut Nails,
50 Casks and Bags Wrought Nails,
500 Bundles Bright Iron Wire. No. 2 to 19
30, 000 lbs. Best Cast Steel, suitable fur edgu
5, 000 lbs. Cast Steel, suitable for Gimblets,
25,000 lbs. Round Machinery Cast Steel,
15,000 lbs, Halback, Goat and English Ger
100 Setts Axlclrecs, 1 1-8 to 2 irtch, wilh
Pipe Boxes turned and fitted,
300 Bundles "Pierson's" warranted Spring
200 Setts Elliptic Springs, "warrantod,"'
50 Packs Russia Sheet Iron,
35 pair Blacksmiths Bellows,
50p Botts i'Squircs' " Cart and Waggon
Together wilh an assortment of Anvils, Visps,
Chains, Axes, Pig Lead, Shovols, Hoes, Trou
Rnkes, Coopers Rivets, Borax. Brads, Horsa
Shoes and Nails, English arid,Amcricn Sheet
Iron, Scroll and Nut Iron, &c,
May", 16(36. 6w3i.3jir