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Extraordinary and successful pursuit of Ucb rdbbcrflj A Ladt.SoMo months' bock ; n Mrs. Mrirgnrct Johnson, who Iccpi a clotlf shop in Manchester in England, went .to rnhlin nn snmi. business, and left her shop in the caro of John Mullen, brother-in-law, absence, decamped with n- bout 83000 worth of her property. Shortly after the robbery Airs, jonnson roturncu hnmn. nnd on discovcrinir her brother in law's perfidy, and learning that ho had gone in i .lvcrnuui. anu iiimiiuiuici y iuioii ..mi there, and found hiin on board llio Marengo, in which vessel he hnd embarked the sto len property, and was about to sail with it far America, accompanied bv a man named Charles Egerton, who it appeared was his accomplice in committing the robbery. Mrs. Johnson caused Mullen to be brought on shore, and was talcing the necessary steps to have her property taken out ol the Maren go, when Mullen offered to savo her all fur ther trouble, and get her goods relanded for her if she allowed him to go on board for thai nurnosc. Mrs. Johnson consented, and Mullen went on board under the pretenco of gutting tho goods brought on shore, but took care to bo so tardy in his operations, that the Marengo sailed with Mullen and his accomplice and Mrs. Johnson s property, for America. Mrs. Johnson wus not howev er to be thus foiled, and in a day or two af ter took her passage in the ship John Lin ton, and pursued the two robbers across the Atlantic. l-ortuncseemea to invor ner en torprizc, for the John Linton nrrived hero several days back, before tho Marengo, though the latter left Liverpool some days before her. As soon as Mrs. Johnson landed in New York, she applied at the Police Of fice, and obtained a warrant for the appre hension of Henry Quin, alias John Mullen, and Christopher, alias Churles Egeiton. The warrant was put into tho hands of Mr. Boyer, who went down to Stuten Island to await the arrival ol the Marengo, anil as soon as she came to anchor ho went on board her, and from the description given of Mullen, he at once singled him out, from amongst ninety passengers, and informed him of the charge against him. Mullen was at first thunder-struck with astonishment, that in telligence of tho affair had already reached America, but in a moment or two recovered his presence of mind, and supposing that at tho worst nothing more than a letter had been sent out after him, he feigned the great est astonishment at the charge, and asserted that he was the husband of Mrs. Johnson, and of course the property was his own;! and set Mr. lioyor at dehance. Mr. Uoyer, however, very quietly took out two pair of handculls, and having lastened them on his two prisoners he brought them to the Police office, from whence they were both commit ted to prison. The property is, in the mean time, in the custom house store, where the collector has placed it in order to secure, the duty. N. Y. Jour. Commerce. Attempted sale of a wife. On Saturday afternoon, an Englishman, who said his name was Jehiel Jones, that he was a mason by trade, and had arrived here with his wife nnd family, early the present month, made his appearance in tho vicinity of the horse market with his wife, whom he had tied by the arm with a handkerchief, and walked a little in his rear, with downcast eyes, and her hand clenched before her. Behind them both followed three littlo children, apparent ly of the ages of 5, 4 and 3 years, tho mid dle ono a boy, bare footed and in rags. The clothing of the mother, who was in her stocking feet, though ragged, appeared clean ly; her hair was smoothly disposed of and her appearance was decidedly to her advan tage. She might have been 28 years old, but no more; the husband perhaps was five years her senior. In this fashion they wal ked about in tho vicinity of the market more than an hour before thoy were spoken to by any person, hough the singularity of their movements attracted the notice of a good many. Curiosity finally prompted several individuals to accost them, and in reply to their queries Jones stated that he had brought his wife there to sell, to provido means for rescuing the children from starvation, lie was somewhat surprized when told that such things wero not tolerated hero, and said it was often done in England, even against the consent of the wife; nnd as Mrs. Jones had acceded to the measure for the sake of her starving little ones, he appeared to think it particularly hard that it could not bo done here. Quito a large collection of persons, attracted by the novelty of tho thing, soon gathered about them, amongst whom n con tribution, amounting to nearly six dollais was made and presented to them, which sum ihey appeared to consider almost a princely fortune. Ono of the gentlemen present gave this distressed family a shelter in his barn, till something better could be done for them, and they were soon supplied by families in the vicinity with.food and covering sufficient to make them comfortable over Sunday. It appeared from their statement, that they hod been transported to this country by the parish authorities of Bristol, by whom they had been maintained for several months, a white swelling on his leg having disabled the fath er from labor.' He is now, however, already recovered from his lameness, and will soon be able to go to work of which ho soon will have abundance, and good pay. N.Y.Suti. Singular Marriage. The English pa pers relate as a fact tho following circum stances: A widower at Cambden, who was not very young, became smitten with a young and beautiful girl, and married her. ,A short timo after, tho son of this man, by by a former wife, became also in love, not with a young person, but with tho mother of the father's new wife, a lady still in tho bloom of life. Ho offered himself, and soon the young man and the widow wero united in the bonds of matrimony ; so that in conse quent or these two connections, a futher be comes (ho son-in-law of his own son, and n wire not only tho daughter-in-law of her own son-in-law, but still more, the mother-in-law orher own mother, who is hersejf tho dnugh-ter-in-Iaw of her own daughter, whilst the husband of iln.lnii. I. fil,,.m.i ri.:. mother-in-law, and father-in-law to his own miner, singular conmsion may aruo if cuil uren ehoujd spring from theso marriages. To Manufacturers For Sato to closo n Concern, rmHE following Cotton Machinery, viz JL Double Capper, from Mahogany Cards, 36 inch 0 Throstles 00 Spindles 2 Mitles, 210 Spindles each 2 Drawing Frames 2 Speeders 2 Dressers 1 Spooler, 1 Warper, 2(1 Hliri'ti'nrr Looms, with Snoots. Bobbins, Cans, Cloth Press, Size Kettle, Stoves, Stove Pipes, &c. &c. &.C., all in good working order, n..,t t nr.... I., .innrntlin mill will hn finld on U 111. UU (jut ,1. uijvi ..., ..... favorable teims if applied lor soon. Alsn. if rli-sirril bv the purchaser of the Ma chincry, the Factory Buildings, 21 by 80 feet, two stories and a basement, hich with three Dwelling Houses, (one of which for two fami lies; aim auoui au acres oi j..anu, wim guuu barn and other out-houses, or the Factory and Houses may bq rented for a term of years. The Factory is situated on a sufficient and durable stream, having within the limits of the aforesaid land, fall sufficient to admit of a very great extension of Machinery j and is in the east part of Bennington, one of the oldest and most populous towns in Vermont, and within one mile of the Bennington Iron Works, and about thirty from Troy. The Troy and Bos ton Stages pass by tho premises daily, each way. Apply by letter (post paid) or in person 10 ilic suuscuuer, living on iiiu iiiuiiiims. I. DOOLITTLE. Bennineton. Vt. 13th Aucust, 1830. 51 DR. SMITH T ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies xH and Gentlemen that he intends to leuve the place September 6th, to be absent 5 or 0 weeks only, when lie expects to return, and will bo ready to wail upon those who may be . , . - i r .1.. pica 5 en io iavor nun wuu weir nmruuugi-. THE Or Philadelphia monthly Magazine. Secrul I.nilies of the highest Literary ttiiiulin? in die Cmintr), lime complied uilli (lie Icrins offered by the puliliflicr, nnd their contributions will nppeur in succeeding Numbers, commencing with Vol. I I. This popular periodical lus now completed the sixth year und twelfth loltimc of publication, nnd si ill cull tinum in nt first the most pnmil.ir work of it cl.iss. The publisher in gritlciiil Tor llio pnliumige. extended In him, nnil will cmlciiwir by unremitted exertions to merit II. I he Lady's Hook was I ho lirit piiulicnlion tlint nttcmnlcd to" gito correct colored repreicnl.ilions of llio I'luhulclphin Knshiun. The, work, m dated nboir, lias now iieen putiliilied for nix jenrs, and the proprietor inks u careful examination of it from llio many that hate Iteen subscribers from the commence ment, nnil their cnmliil judgment, whether it has not ticcn community improving from tuluine to volume, lie may willi tufctv snv. that the cneravinei which adorn each Ko. are fucli at would lie ercilitnhle to the same clap of periodical in England. The I'tohinn are superior to nil but those in the Court .Magazine, and eipnit In them. If the ruliccription shall continue to increase, greater exertions will be made. The pro uiircn made in the commencement of the year hae by far been exceeded and thin is a f.icl that few peri uilinil can boast of the promises made in advertise ments, in general, far exceeding the crfuriuance. MANNER OF EIUIBEX.I.ISHIXJO. Coloured flngravingt of Philadtlphia Fathiont. January, .March, ny, July, Septemlier, November. nuti J-.ngracwgt oj aijjertni luvjecu t cbruary, April, June. Aiieust, October, December. Kach numtier also contains either two Views or two Heads, from ihc l'urtrnit Oallery Embroidery Kac Similes Music forty-eight pages of reading, and other mailer, sn varied as to rcipiire mora space than can be spared to mention them. The price is $3 per annum, or two copies Cor 5 in nil cases patniile in oiUnnce. Orders (pout paid) to be addressed to I,. A. (iODEY. Publisher, Philadelphia ASA G IIEEN, Esq. Agent, llrattteboro. To 1'rintcr.s and PuIiIiNhci'g. TfflHE subscribers have just completed their JL new Snecimcn Book of lioht faced Book 1 1 VJ WUU & Willing A J JILO, lUIIU UilU W I II i- ments, tbc contents ol wbich are herewith par- iiuny uivcu . Ei.kiiiuiiu , & (..ill, ..us. j uii.i m , .iditj nuai 1,2, nnd 3; Agate on Nonpareil body; Non pareil Nos. 1, H, 3, and 4 ; Minionctie Nos. 1 2 ; Minion Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 ; Minion on Bre vier body ; Brevier on Minion body ; Brevier v... too I 1 . 1) .... i : . l. i.. . iiua. i, &, o, .iiiu t , jjiu ii-i un uuuivuia uuuy , Brevier on Long Primer body ; Bourgeois on Brevier body ; Bourgeois Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 j Bourgeois on Long Primer body ; small bodied Long Primer ; Long Primer Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4; Long Primer on Small Pica body; Small Pica Nos. 1 and 2; Pica on Small Pica body ; Pica Nns. 1, 2, and 3; Pica on English body ; English Nos. 1 and 2 ; Great Primer ; Paragon ; Double English; Double Paragon; Canon; five lines Pica to twenty ; eight lines Pica Gothic condensed to twenty ; five, seven, nine, and ten line Pica Ornamental ; six, seven, nine, twelve, and fifteen lines Pica Shaded; eight, ten, twelve, and sixteen lines Antique UIIIIULU, Also, a large and beautiful collection of Flowers, from Pearl to seven line Pica, many oi wnicn are noi io ue jouno in any oilier Spe cimen; a new assortment of Ornamental Dash- ne . n I'nrinti. nf Ttm..lrtHS .1 , .....v.j v.. vjuiu UUIIICI9 j IJVUI IttU II1UU- sand Metal Ornaments ; Brass Rule ; Leads of various uucKiiess ; Astronomical, iUatlietiiati- nnl. nml Pimcti-nt Pjlirne . ATtnl IKhaa. n.t " J ujuibiii .u.gi.a, 1111,1m UIIU Dashes, from three to thirty ems longj Great Primer and Dquble Pica Scripts on inclined body; and heavy face Two Line Letter; full face Roman and Italic Nonpareil, Minion. Bre- olor T rnr 171. 1 Tit . IfL f iivi, uwu i niuu, uiiu toiiiun l ieu j mimuiij - - j . , simi.ii n.u iiiiuutiai jJiui.na Nonpareil, Minion, and Brevier Greek. He- I. "...1 o ' UlCtV UIIU OUAUII. A inrrrn vfirmfv nf nrnnmont nnL,.Lin.l particularly for the Spanish and South Ameri can tnnrkttK ; Rnnnili Vnttind nn.l nn... " - I iviibil) UIIU I L III guese accents, furnished to order j together with every other article made use of in the Printing uusiiiubs, iiu oi wnicn can oe lurnisiied at short notice, of as good a quality and on ns reasona ble terms as at any other establishment. CONNER &. COOKE, Corner of Nassau and Ann streets, N.York. N. B. Prnnrinfnre nf iw. ... .... . : . . i ... . u. iiv sjiiiiivia iiruuru Within anv nnri nf tlu ITnii.,,1 ,, ,i ... j . ...w u...,v.l Uiaics u, mi, Uanadas, who will copy the above advertise ment three times, and forward'a cony contain ing the same, will bn rntiilml in ii,.,;. n., in any Type cast at our Foundry, provided they nine iwice mo amount ol mil in Type. TVrsTTf-II.'" nnHERE has como into the possession of f - inu suuscrioer a winio Morse, ol large sue, switch tail, and thin in flesh with a Waggon of dark color, figured and striped with light color. The carriage is of a lighi ground and striped with dark, and the axletrees ore "(ouj uui, .j.iiK, .Vlll.v IIUI3K Ui OII1U.I niCj switch tail, and in thin flesh ; with a Wagon i- I . , , , n. A ten nnn nllm. ..il.tln I. nf .m(l olfn ui green cuior anu quite oiu, running wiue iikc flie former. The above property, being supposed to he bending Horse Thieves, nnd tho owners may havo the some by proving property nnd payinc charges. JAMES WHITE, T) 1 .1 . r . 1 r. . i. iiniuciii ui inu huovo oocieiy. Northfield, Ms. Aug, 20, 1830. 51 Tyj-EW GOODS, receiving nt the Storo of a. 1 iug. 0, uiicuk f DICKINSON, Thompson's Truss. AVING understood mai a pny.ncion oi thU inwn has expressed an opinion A. . . .1 . .tfi.l highly favorable to the nbovo truss, with the exception that he thought a person could not conveniently wear it when nttending to his or dinary labors, the inventor, in refutation of that idea, is induced to make public the followlug certificate. llrattteboro, Aug. 15, 1830. I hereby certify that on commencing haying this season, I was ajjlicted with a Hernia, which became eo painful that 1 was obliged to quit vork. I applied one of Thompsons Patent Trusses, xetth trnVA irn enabled to labor daily, and found no more inconvenience in wearing it than in wearing my stockings. In three weeks I was perfectly cured, laid atce the truss, t, and have had no no recurrence of hernia since. GEO. A. HALE. CHEESE. 1 flOO llc8t kcw Milch Cheese, J.UUV nil from one dairy, for sale by Aug. 24. UlllGE f DICKINSON. TJT AVE just received a great variety of particularly calculated for the retail trade. August 17. . 60 Watches $ Jewelry. D. B. THOMPSON HAS just received from New York, a beau tiful assortment of H'.l TCHES and JEWELRY, which he oHVrs for sale at the lowest prices for Cash, Produce, or on a credit. Ql ALMOK, Mackerel, Codfish. Lemons, O Oranges, &c. &c. just leccived and for sale by J. II. WHEELER. August 2. L ONDON PORTER in Pint and Quart JL Bottles, by i?ross, dozen or sitiRle buttle. July 21. llALL &. TOWNSLEY. BOJVJVETS. MRS. WHEELER has just received a large assortment of Florence and Plain Stratc 1JONNETS, fsomc of an extra qual ity) for sale cheap, 1st door south of Whv'clcr's Stone Building. August 3. Hats tt ltd Shoes. J II. WHEELER has just received, 2 . cases Silk, and India Rubber HATS. Also a prime lot of French Kid Slippers, for sale cheap. August 0. NOTICE. ALL Notes and Accounts due the old con cern of Gregory it Frot, must be settled bv the 1st of October next, without fail. The subscriber is dulv authorized to settle Ihc same. JOHN W. FROST. Bratlleboro Centre, Aug. 12, 1830. 49 FRANKLIN LIBRARY. JUST added Spain Revisited, Herbert Wendall. Sketches of Switzerland by the Author of the Spy, Nurtnan Leslie, Constanti nople and Athens by Colton, Coriune by Ma dame dc Stael, Paris aniUParisians by Mrs. Trollope. L.alitlc the Pirate, etc. occ. For sale Comic, Croclcil and People's A- manacs, Tor 1837 at the HiUTTLXuono BoossTonc. Congress Water. rriHE subscribers have this week received a X. supply of Congress Water direct from Saratoga Springs. July 14. WILLISTON f TYLER. John W. Frost &, Co. A RE receiving a fresh supply of Dry Goods, XX. consisting of Broadcloihs ; Cassimeres; Satinetts; Vcstings; English, French and American PRINTS; Ginghams; Silks; Fur niture Plate; bancy lldkts; superior red, blk and while Merino Shawls; white Goods of all kinds; Ribbons; Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Misses' Kid, Silk, Linen and Cotton Gloves ; Flannels; Diapers; Linens ; Lawns; Sheet ings ; Shirtings ; Hosiery ; Wrought Collars; Table Covers; Kid Shoes; blk and col'd Silk and Tabby Velvet ; col'd Crapes, &c. &c. HARD WARE. Brass Kettles, Knives and Forks, Table and Tea Spoons, Butts and Screws, Door Hang ings, Cattle Cards, Brass Fire Setts, Pen ami Pocket Knives, Scissors, Brass Candle Sticks, Iron do. dc. dc. Making as good an assortment of Goods as can be found in any country store, and will be sold low for Cash, Produce or approved credit. Brattleboro Centre, July 12, 1830. tf45 Flour and Groceries. 30 Bbls. S. F. Flour, Portorico Suuar. Mo lasses. Rice, fresh Teas. Java and W. I. Coffee, Cocoa, Shells, Chocolate, Spices, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Soda Crack ers, Tapioca, Sago, London Porter, fcc tfce. For sale by July 21. WILLISTON & TYLER. CHEESE, Flannel, Tow Cloth, Butter, Grain, and most all articles the products of the farmer, wanted in exchange for Goods. DIRGE $ DICKINSON. Fish, Flour, Teas, Sugar, &c. JOHN W. FROST $ CO. have received and offer for sale, 15 quintals prime Cod lish, 0 bbls Pickled Cod, 0 Ibis Mackerel, Sal mon, 25 bbls superfine Flour, Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, Souchong. Old Hyson, Pow chong, Pecco and Bohea Teas 2500 lbs. Ilrn- zil, New Orleans, Havana nnd Porto ttico sugars 1 urks Island nnd American Salt, Molasses, Tobacco, Salerntus, Ginger, Spices, ivuisuis, i-c, urauicnoro centre, juiy va. iV c w Yorlc Transcript For tho Country. QO many applications have been made to us fnr tbn nnblinntinn nfn spini.itfpplrli. ,.iih.. and the answer wogivc, that we do not publish' . 1 .i 11 io in ,, nanttefi..tntr In tlm n n 1 ....... .1 w..v, .a uvj m ..9H.a.u w. w, j ... ...i; Uilflltaill, (1U opporiunlly we possess of pleasing our friends in this respect is so extensive, and our desiie to grutiiy inem so grcaij mai we nave deter mined to issue, forthwith, a paper twice a week, entitled "The New York Transcript for the Country." It will be of the samo size as our daily sheet, but will be filled exclusively with reading matter, digested and arranged un der appropriate heads, to the almost entire ab sence of advertisements, and other local cir cumstances only of interest to the city reader. A price current, and a bank note table, correct ed to the last hour, will form an important fea ture in this publication, joined to tho various other valuable and interesting contents, which have gained for the Transcript its present IJupuianiy, u will be allorded to our country p"""," ' milium, pnyauie in advance, In all mstnnces, and no attention shall bo spared to render it one of the most interesting, varied, and valuable miscellanies of tho day. The publication of the New York Transcript for the Countnj.mil bo commenced on tho first Monday of September next, nnd will be con Inued on every Monday and Thursday fol '"W Aug- It36. Furniture and Feather STOKJU , Opposite Hurnctt's Hotel, I-lURNITUltE from the same Mnnwacto j rics that supply the Boston Warehouses, at the Boston prices. Largest nisortmcnt in .i. - ...... IIO ouuuiiy. - FEATHEHS of every description) BEDS ; MA TTU ESSES, fc. CJIAlItS, wholesale and retail. Also made to order, all kinds of Cabinet Furniture. S. W. SPOONLR. rimlilolinrn Tnnn 23. 1830. H'W . . -snsrr l i furniture rs areiiuu&e. At the SIGN of the MAMMOTH CHAIR No.2 Wheeler's Stone Illock,opposite Chase's Stage House, JJrattleboro I illage, I t. HP HE attention of tho citizens of Brattlcboio A and vicinity, is respectfully solioitcd to a i. ,.r .vi. .; , r,V.r FullNlTUIlE just received at this establishment, and to . .1 I - I I-.! ...Ml M.tnnll.i I... mnuitil. ill. WHICH aOUIIIUHS Will cuiisiuunj rrct from the Manufactories ; and supposing it to be unnnccessary to enumerate articles or prices, the proprietor is satisfied to invite all those wishing to purchase to call and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. .lo on hand, CHAlllS of every descrip tion, which will.be sold at Wholesale or Re tail, at a small advance from cost. Cabinet Makers can be supplied on reasona ble terms, in exchancc for all kinds of common Furniture. n 1.1 NT ON PUFFER, June riO. 1830. 3ml3 Paints and Painting. FREDERICK V BOORIV NOW occupies that part of Dutlon and Levereti's Buildinir. formerly used by them for a store, where he will keep for sale a good assortment of PAINTS; Oils; Jappan; Spirits Turpen tine; Cabinet. Carriage, and Mastic Varnish ; Gold Leafnnd Bronze ; Window Putty ; Faint Brushes, &c. &c. Also in connexion with the Paint Store, he has a shop where- he will keep ROILED OIL and PAINTS ready mixed, to accommodate those who wish to do their own Painting, or he will be clad to do it for them. All kind of SHOP PAINTING done nt fair prices. Particular attention will be paid lo Painting Ciiaiiis, also imitation work, such ns Birdscyc and Curl Maple, Rosewood, &c. He will furnish any amount of Chairs, common or Grt'cian, from one sett lo five hun dred. Also, CAIilNET FURNITURE vt all kinds. tCJ Old Furniture stained and Varnished. WANTED 2 Journeymen Chair Painters. Also, one younz man to learn to Paint. Bratlleboro, June 23, 1830. tf!2 . M. BURWELL, One Door South Cuno's Store, Brattloboro. Terrililc Tractoration. TUST published and for sale at the Brattle- V boro JJooliStore, J crrtule I racioraiion and other Poems, by Christopher Caustic, M. D., and member of no less than Nineteen very learned Kocietic. 1 hiru American Kuition WJL.L.1AM IIEA'SIIA JF, AonT tor TXASTXI?GS' FRXCTTZira INK, and ron 1SJ)TY'S rillNTINO INK, No. 12 1, Washington, Corner of Water Street, BOSTON. School and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, red anu black liquid Ink, Occ. ivc.at wholesale. Jtj" Orders faithfully ami punctually at tendetl to. May, 1830. OOD Butler, Cheese, Grain of all kinds. Tow Cloth, Flannel. Socks. Palm Leaf nais, nags, ury Apple, Sc. lor which the highest price will be paid in exchange for uoous. Also, uiiMBKn ol all kinds by JOHN W. FROST Co. Brattleboro Cenlrv, June 2. if30 TO TAILORS. THE subscribers would inform all those who arc wishing to establish themselves in the Tailoring business, that the Shop lately occupied by S. V. Claiik is now unoccupied, he having left in consequence of coins west with hip friends. The stand is a good one for me business, said uiark employed Ihrce hands beside himself for the lant year. Any one wishing for such a location can be accommo dated by applying soon. J. & S. NEWELL. North Wardshoro, Aug. IS, 1830. 51 CAME into the enclosure of ine subscribers on or nbout the 4th of July Inst, two Red Heifer have bv cullintr for and navinc charges. Dummerston, Aug. 22, 1836- 51 S Til A YE JO OR STOL.EJV close inspection a little whito hair may lie dis covered on the forehead high spirited with out shoes square tail. Any person who will take up and. return said marc or give informa tion where she may be found, shall be rcason- uuiy tcnuiueu. JOHN WIER.Ju. Putney, Aug. 20, 1830. 52 IIPB! X.XFTJ! X.IFE! JPr. Jonathan JJIoorc's TUB most highly csteomnd Medicine that nns evnr Imnn il!cno...l v. n int. . .. -""' mi curing Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, and Consumptions. iTTPrenaroil bv Ilnnru Smm.. r original Recipe, by tho direction ofsuid Moore. lit-llTlflCATK. This may certify all whom it may concern, hot I tho subscribor, residing in Hadloy, Mass havo mudo an imnrnvnmnni :.. .i. nrJ.i!.i. nvontedby me, and donomiimtod "Dr, Jona than Monro's Kssnnnn nf t :r i. ' i . , , i -.nu, uiiu uuvo com I municatcd tho Recipo to Henry Seymour of ISOId llndlnv. nml In !,!. l. m,'. .. . 7m.".. . BUl"'s':nicu articio, ond tills 18 to frivn nnlifn in l. ..i.u- .1 . . wish lor tho genuino Essence or Life, thoy must apply to said Seymour, or his agonts, and bo particular to Inquire for that proporod by Honry Seymour. Dn. Jonathan Moone. bold by Button & Lr.venr.TT, nnd N. B. Wi 1,1,1 ston, Brotlleboro. Sept. 1635. lyl mm Furniture and Chairs. A T the Old Stand adjoining tho Bridge, I.,. I'minil nn bnnd or mudc at short notice, any article in the CAntNET FunNironi: Line: also CHAWS of all kinds, from nbout . ' i Mtl Ol..... t.H- Imnn $J8 to 4U ccnis cacn. i in: wuui hub ui recently new nueu u mm mu i-un vi; lUVIMIj HV " -v - ------ - . larged nnd much improved, which will enabl i. .,,i,.n,it,nr in enll nt ns low nriccs as cai be purchased at any other place of the same quality. r-ar?An'r nt Wknlesale and Retail. M.wnrotr. Cnr Summer Beds on hand of the first quality. N. B. Wanted immediately, n. few thou sand feet of seasoned Slitwork for Bedsteads. ANTHONY VAN DOOUN. nrnttlnlmrn. June 10. 1S30. tfll FOR TROY, AI.RANY OR SARATOGA SPRINGS Yin Itrnttlcboro nud Bcunlngton. tt HAVES Chase's every morning (Sunda D A xTmntnih m 2 o'clock, and arrive at Trov and Albany same evening, where it intersects the great western Canal, Steam-boats for New York, Rail-road lor Mansion ana oaralogi Springs, Stages, Packets, &c. lUi.nnmirc on nrrivinrr nl TrOv or Albanv Tor llie West nt almost anv hour of the day, cither by Stages, Packets o'r Rail-road. , Passengers leaving Brattleboro via Benning ton and Troy, for the Springs, will find this rnin tnnrn nlrnunt tbnn nnv other, ns thev can have an opportunity of seeing Troy and . i . t . , . I l rp..,.. .1 . rt ,l.M laKing IHC IVUU-IUUU ill a iuj uiiu, v inv Springs. . u. miiijui!., ageni Br attic boro) V Boston TiAXtiX STAG-13, Via Fitzwiixiam. f NSTEAD of leaving Braltlcboro at one X o'clock, will leave uhase's precisely at 2 o'clock, every morning. Passengers on arriving at Fitzwilliam, can go by Fitchburg, Lancastci and Bolton, to Boston, tare 3,75 or via Townshend, Groton, to Lowell, in sea son to take the Rail Road, for Boston, Fare 5 .,1X1. Brattleboro, Athol & Boston Stage, Will also leave Brattleboro at 2 o'clock, A M. instead of 1, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, passing through Tcmnlcton, Westminster, Lancaster, Bolton, to Boston, same day, Fare 3,75. Itj Passengers on ar riving at Templcton, can take the Stage for Worcester, and Hail lload at Worcester, and arrive at liostou same day, l arc 5 1,00. All Baggage at the risk of the owner, if not receipted lor. L.. KAKU &, UU. Brattleboro, May, 1S3G. 37 COjVA'JEC TIC UT R I VER LINE OF STAGES. South Daily both sides of the River. T EAVES Chase's Stage House, Brattle- ooro, every morning, at hair nasi 4, and arrives at Hartford same day, nt 7 o'clock, p. m. i in.- ohm iii ooat leaves naruord every morn ing, at C o'clock, for New York, foxcent Sun days) making 2 days only from Brattleboro to New York City by Day Light. KonrnDailu on the West Siilr. Leaves Chase's every morning at half past 3 o'clock, ond arrives at Haverhill same day. Stages leave Haverhill every day for the n lute .Mountains, and for Stanstead. This river line intersects with the Rnctnn anu utirimgion Stage at Walpolc, via Rut land. Also. Concord Staire nt Cha via Claremont and Newport, N. II., and the .Boston, Windsor & Burlington Slase at Wind sor, via woodstocn, uoyalton and Montpclier, Last Ship. Leaves Chase's Mondavs. Wednpd.iv nml Fridays, via Chesterfield. Wosimnrplrin.l in ir..t , , .... . ?., ,, ., r uiiiuiu, uiiu uiiLisLcis wuu ait ine northern Stages the same as tho west side line. All Baggage at the risk of the owner, un- icjs receipted lor. L.. KAKK &. CO. Brattleboro, May, 183G. lcp Uaggage Waggon to Troy. IV. BRIDGE & SON, RUN a Baggage Wae- ,gon once n week lrom .bWI . . . 1 ... uramrrinrn in rrnv nml will take Freight b or reasonable tenns Families from the vicinity of Bratlleboro. p-oinfr ivist. nn Imvn ikair r. mm rrnv nn ihn mnet - . '-I O . j .. .. H . w ...VI, 1.1 reels carried to Troy and there stored or .iiiyiiiiu, us uirecicii. ii or lunner intorma tion, cull on the Agent ai Chase's Hotel, Brat lleboro, or S. H. Bridge. June la.m. 4 TJtOY ami JEItlE JLIm. THE Boats of the above line will leavo Troy eveiv day for the West, well fitted for FREIGHT and PASSKNGKItf taken at the lowest rates IXjr v amimgs moving G. P. GRIFFITH & CO. SAMUEL ANDERSON, At Pnttprsnn'o tlml IIn.i), TI..M.I! ' Cornei' of Congress and Rirer-st. Troy, n!y Troy, July, 1830. y' ,14 Rail Road Isine oiSTAKS. BRATTLEBORO nnd BOSTON DAILY TAGRS pnv ni,.oi. tt... -a --- -vuuotg nuifi every morn r n,.")P 2o clocku(Sundnys wcepted) for LiOWCll Via Ivpnnr. nfn.l. . 1 . iw.i .. r '""iuuiu, iiiuioru and ftrfeSlB l-jw" i "take S"" -7;" ru Vul ?'on. ueiurnmg eave 3" nt7 A. M. arriving in Brattleboro same evening. D, II, PARKER. An.. Aui;. 25. DIRGE f DICKINSON, CM ' If JP Or N a 1 In HindHdaJc Tillacc t SEVERAL acres of land Wll ' 5 both sides of iho A.i." l .taw S 1 .t! . " .r""u,;,oiiacy;. , "'--t 10 me new cor.,.7 and embracing the intersection of i. routes ond all the road wi.:.V' ' .1... m. "'"CD rr great water power and arc faT0"b? for building lots for mercantile, mA mntitifacturinz bnsinp. ' tMI1 T.his village is well situated iD , iv iiuti,uiuii ui river and nli,- is growing rapidly nnd from its eiMC1 iiiu lull iis un iiiL' jLKiiiipini ni. t power anu oiner ouvaniaces hat . r ... ' 11 kiiiiii iifi-rini 1 rirr nn i mim.i. . i I - ' - I1I IllriPP Tt t fi7 mito. . r ""u Lowell. 54 from AVnrppft- oftO50n, field. 7 from Northfirl,!. 9Q fl rw? C " nu U. 1,1. ijc r - --i vi nun IIUIll IJL'IIUnB I'UIM Hllfl Ik ! Tl Ta iy t..i u Also for sale in Marlboro yuV v vnltiablc house nnd nilirr l..,:i.i '. J stic. ui guvu iaiiu lururaoiy Situated (f A.d nlll till, mlllflntinn t .I'll . r.i i.i r 1, . -s-. laic 111 iiiu vuuuv ui ir. rifn. i 1 . in exchange. K Tfrtr trt irntnt-w t tint tlm L. . ... " OUW n 1 1 miiBMiiiM iv 11 .... ...... t 1 Kt M. feet Plank. Rcanilin. t...., Si k W AIM t J"'y 2 Dn. JOHN WlLSoi JOUMMER. TOHN W. FROST CO. ntT t. v o; f r.i Till. 'Jrt i r... r m sw ivv muiii. ur til, ltd ZQfil, i fl V UI 1 mtr f sort J For sale by TiKf y r tr rrrinm. CxKAvJil STONES TOIl Sale, on Kbit Stri-r,i . 1 H . IXi I'uiiiaai; iui ui-ti-usL'u menus 10 Ifiit . j , .....j w .v.i iu van auu m to enzasine elsewhere. Brattleboro, E. Village, i April 21, 1S3C. eonif DIL T. WHITE'S Vogetablc Toolliache D js. lie irom wnicn a permanent u4 1. . . 1 w. .'w.hk.uw. .IIU, WI?A"CT1R ...1. r .u : . icciii, wnicn oiicn proves more fvi tho toothache itself, and cold passing decayed teeth to tbc jaw, thence to tii prottucinir a rheumatic affection, wi UI- I .1. I I .1 i i ' . 1 I , ... f , , i. f , . . -. ' . L iV . .. . . v oiuiiiii. uiil nrp.prvr inp ippin inn Uccayinff and have not commenced icu storing them to health and usefulness. CERTIFICATES. r.HiE, ira.i uci i, icsi ine na havintf witnessed the plessinj; I'linmaa Wt.il.'. Vnirnl.hU TivMhirU r i . . " iimt aro ultlictcu with llie tooUiitiie.ui ; - i ... lor uio disorder. A. BEEDE. Physician, --- ------ r -j II. L. HARVEY. Ed. Erie ALBERT THAYER, Pbj O. K. SAGE, Dentist Xcw York Citu. Seat. 15. 1S32.-T siLMicu, in ins practice as a xicwu . r 1 ; i.f - .r n..i.i having extensively used, for the com mMi,u,.ui., . liillia llllt a ifcg.w-.- acho Drops, and with decided sua to any other remedy now before lb nml nn a... II.mI tli.ion llMinl rpSllE . ""J z - ' . r. qualified BDnrobation or the Medici allarso. JONATHAN 1 .iirjir... i.rowiiu nr i.o. viciii u . "- wsiar, . nau lliiu It llliu o i. . i.i .Lull t.-3icii, wiiiuii vuu lisu lim kut iiio wuen ai your place, j nn'i perhaps, in part for want of confides!,' loni incuicincs generally, ana piruj-j snvintr that I have uiven ittoeirkt" r.f i- i ... ... it mrl ui iiiuiiiia, aim in uvciy vaoi.s- -.. and I do not know of but one esse ltf n fifnml .nnli.alinn nml thst Wll "-r"'-""""i linrrinn nunr 11 vonra nt .0f. 37 I'lllUljl Worcester, January 8, 1KH. n . . . . - D ouiu uy uuTTiin t,i.itB&.-- ooiu no esaio dv William ouwrs lionsnaw, lioston : sands a dihi' Aug. 1.IKJ4. KO. I.J I f ill 1 Iran 'r w f rtl 1 i' t f ill mtttn Ald X cunner the followincr diseis"; Swell in ilpsrrintion: BOrefi Ulcers of lonrr standinir: Glanoulw Felons or Catarrhs: Rheumatic pi1 Joints'; Bprnins, Bruises, ana i" "i blains, or patls affected by frost. S70OI1 lor SrnlHu nnrl liirnl. X'or clandu arswo incs, it usup1";. niClllriim vn bnnu-n It H niUtu ..." . 'S ' . ...k HTB mercurial annlications. (as it ioes mo smallest atom ot thai minei.y noes not lay tho patient liable to 'J nvnnon.A In nnl .1 ii cures uio worst f eions u tho application of forty-eight hour i. .. -r. i lYhl niausms which have stood as io! COmo a svstitmMic ilisonlcr. requiK . . . . . .. ' .u.m IO IIA Inlrnn in.unr.llu In rnmnVe IUC. ii. iii moai cases, oy npijfi"p rJ externally as directod, it will give 'els CKRTIKICATK. fneiiro C At ft Pnnsnrs. mucn inaoutod to vou lor y" .v suiiuintr ma soma oi ui. ft ,.l.n..t !. 1 1 nl ts ui", a . . .anr mw.. iinu ljuo UCU11 IUT 7flU'-V"" ... .,..1,... .. r ii. v -- whiiui.hij. IM ,..vw.. . ,, ivuuult anoDS wininrs. uniii . m -. if. .Ki oi ' . .:i r .rt.nf v umiraonu wn en1 nns niovcu am.""-,. . And it has proved tho best rcmeoj matio usa or. rAUbrii Wnrnnclnr f.a A nril H. Ibjh MOIll llV nimmn I .rv.BETTi cioiii vvnoicsalo by wm. ouut"7u Ilonshaw, Boston: Sands & !