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lsl,' That no bank ought to be bh'nrtered
or rcc bartered by the Legislature of ibis
state, without requiring'thestock-holders of
sajtl bank to farnisirscfcu'tfty," by vvny of
bonds', vjtl responsible sigriertbr bonds with
mortgages,' secured ori Unincumbered Impro
ved reul estnto, within this state, to double
the nmourit, of the capital stock of said bank,
previous to the commencement of operations
under, their charter; the security of, each
stockholder to be doublo the amount of his
own stock, and the ssid security to, ba given
to, and lodged with the treasurer of the
county, Where the bank may bo located,'' or
tb and with the treasurer of the state, and the
iri;. ii,...r i i... t r t..j . i. ..
judges of the, county court of such codrity.
nl Mil. II 1 I t i
rti a.iiuiit uiiinia, uiiiiricicu ur, ivuwir-
teredt ns aforesaid, be exempted from the
provisions of tltefiniety fund act..
3d. That all such b Inks be made subject
lb thb power and control of the Legisla
ture, so that the charters thereof may be at
any. imft modified, amended or repealed.
4th. 'I1 hut any such bank shall not be per
'tnltted to Issue. more than two dollars for
ach dollar of enpital'stock nctunlly paid in
5th. That the President, Directors and all
officers.of such bank, bo made slibject to pe
Hal punishment for alt fraudulent acts in
(NEWELL KINSMAN, forComtniltee.
flfurtur,--A neliberute muraer Was com
rhivted in our county about three weeks
since, the particulars of which have been
communicated to us by a relative of the ue
ceased, us follows:
. Ort the 30th of. September last about 12
o'clock, noon, Jargd Burr, about 24 years
old, (a merchant of Huddum, Started for
Ohcster Cove, 3 or 4 miles distant, huvmg
engaged n passage in a vessel. lyin jr there,
l)oliid for New York. His friends suppos
d ,lie had rone : but on the return of the
vessel on Fridjy last they ascertained that
he' bad not been .in.her. They then made
inquiries, and found that ho had borrowed
nn Umbrella at a house on his way, and
then took a shorter way through the woods;
and that was the. last seen ol him. On bun
day morning, a large number of the inhnbi
tints turned out in search of his body, under
the impression that he had been murdered
After searching about two hours, they found
his body in a brook about a mile Irom thi
house where he had borrowed the umbrella
it was covered with water," and concealed
by iiiois, (trass, &c, with the exception o
one leg, which the .water1 had probably
washed ofTso as to expose it to view thus
leading to the discovery. Xn examining
the body, it was found th it Mr. Burr had
been shot in the side of his head with n pis'
tol or gun loaded with slugs. He had a
sum. of money ' with' him,, supposed to be
from 8300 lo 500 and that and a watch he
had. were missinc. It is supposed he was
murdered for'the sake nf obtaining his m'on
ry. He was a respectable mm J and has a
father with whom he boarded, beincr a n
glemnn; and a number of connexions Iiv
iiisf in Htnldam.
l'S. We.ba.ve'just learned that a young
man, of Middle Haddain, named Gilbert
iJafo'otilytibout 20 years oId has been
taken .upon suspicion, and an examination
uf bi.m was lo be huld ai Chester, yesterday
One rumor is, that tne circu instances are
very strong auainst him; and another is,
that, he has confessed it. Middletown Sen
Unci, Oct. 23.
Fire at Enfield-A Female IncendiaryCaughl,
We learned this morning, by a person
from Enfield, that'on Wednesday night last,
nboul twelve o'clock, the dwelling occupied
by Mrs. Miner, near the Meeting House,
jwas.iliscoyeredto be on fire,. by one of ihe
females who.slepi ir( chamber next to the
burning one. Mrs, Miner, with great pres
eiice of mind, rushed into tlio room where
the fire. originaM,.which was occupied by
an Irish girl named IWargeret Uoyle,- to a.
wake her. but foiiiid she was not In her bed,
liaving as subsequently appeared, fired her
room an lieu, itKinir wun ner come: cioiu
ing, which wasnfterwards discovered in i
lot near bv. The tinner chambers of tli
house, with ull the contents were destroyed
Tiefore the lire was' put out. Ihe girl wa
arretted nexLd.tyand ts now lodged in th
lail in this citVj awaiting her trial. Courier
f Oct. 23.
Histreuins. Eent. The correspondent
df the Exchange wVites thot Capt. Knowles,
,of,thescjiponer Only .DJUgtyer, reported at
Norfolk, states that a topsail sciir. nnving
a green bottom, With a while streak, and
red fie at the maititoomast head, sunnase
,7rom Richmond bound, to the Northward
and. which Went to sea from Hampton Roadi
WK$Hturday Iqst,, was capsized on the next
OTorningjii about 0. o'clock, SmitVs Island
bearinir W. N. Wi distant 20 miles?
sqon, ''tis. Capt, Ivnowles' pbseryed (hnt th
ihad hoisteita.siiinal of distress, be.borodowi
for'hcf, nhd.as he approached saw three
.men on the wcatheYside, but beforO ho gdl
,Jnear imbugh to ender uss(stanei she wept
(dbw; and aU'on board peti$hedr-h 'Wind
ut the tliiie blowing a sale from IS. b. tit
also saw a number of flower barrels and o'lh
PI articles washing frorri thb' schooner.
yMtime Palriil. '
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We. are credibly informed, that n gentle
rnaPt hnvinar in the course or business receiv
.d a Treasury Draft on. tht Custom Hons.
jnthis.cjty for three hundred and suventy,
fivi'rfrillnf.. nresented il for'nnvment f and.
ts'tlits Collector recives pothiwrbutrtpeciu
r ..i MM i4L?J l
fused, A beautifiil colnmentory thiron tli
(hard money syetetri of the present ppnntent
KUUiuiisiriuiuii. I'nuaaeipma uti-cuc.
(l 'Rev. 'f,' IS. nFiKhti. and others', were re
t5-Mttly cpnvicted at Goorsretown, Ohio', upon
n Indictment, chrirgihg them with the forci
ble 'rescuu, of, a, jiygrpwn JKvnu,cky, who
had been' taken upns 'a rbnaway. Mahan
ai!tericd; taVfirfe, pf-ab'O dollar's wd
tor dqes at mat wtapiisnmeni. wwne
in rjejufn for if deVrln'dHalp&t it, but it
,.'vaper!emptoplv refused, and a check on
flije of .the BaiiU yns bflercd, a non-specie
payingiDiank I which of cohfse'was .fso je-
From the Watchman and Journal,
"fOIn another column will, bb found ilm
report of the bank committee, composed of n
majority of locofocos. It. is avowedly n io-
liticalpaper ( and, on .this1 grotlnd, did Our
J...!..- ..i. -i i J i i . ' . '
uuuia uerinn, we aiioiuu uc emu to review
For the present we have lo sav. that the
committee has effectually put the seal of hy
pocrisy upon me course oi tne locos lor ten
years past; in other words, the amendment
r Nathan ismilie, Introduced in 1B2!3, find
continued from that time, to' the Inst; ressidn,
us the darling pet of locofocoiim, is not even
deemed worthy the notice of the honorable
committee I No:- Imvinir the responsibil
ity once thrown upon them: knokvintr that
the Whig, (and yet the committee has seen
in to slander mem by. Wholesale in the re
port.) nre ready to adopt any measures of re
form, not absolutely'destructiy'e, Which misrht
be nresented : the coinmilteo dun- mil stiilm
their reputation as iegisiolors upon the nn-
ueu, unrestricted, and ilj concocted proposi
tion .of Mr Smilie, to make all the priiote
proporty of stockholders liable for the re
demption of the bills of tho bunk With all
their hostility to banks and bank slock hol
ders, they ure not quite ready thus to expose
inc innocent to nosoiuie roooery. w nut will
Nathan Smilie say ? What Will the people
say. who have been gulled into the supporl
of Mr Smilie-on the strength of his private
property amendment 7 But we have neith
er time nor room ior extended comment on
the party character of the report. As to the
intMsures which are proposed, one was in
principle nuomeu bv the wmirs last vear.
we mean thai making fraud, nn the part of
. 1 ! I I II .1 . I
uic directors, penaijnna an tne otners, we
believe, miahl be to modulated us to accom
plish every really cood purpose and obviate
objections, so as to be acceptable to ull par
ties. 1 lift only real dilterencc between tht
two parties is this: ihe Whins are'for secu
rinir the people, and at llieSame lime for so
doing it as not to prevent real capitalists,
prudent. and sound men, from civinir their
capital to the bunlss 4On the other hand, the
locos are lor bold ond-strong measures
for the security of bank bills, and en
tirely reckless of the fact, thai the con
sequence may be that the slate will, have no
banks at all oi its -own, and no bills save
those of other states, and thus the whole pro
ject of relortn bo defeated. If the propel
spirit prevailed in all quarters, we believe
this legislature might satisfactorily settle the
matter, liui we have no faith that it will be
tone. Tlio policy of the locofocos ever has
been to keep this matter trundling as a polit
ical hobby. In all their propositions, they
have taken especial care to oiler only such as
they were sure would be defeated ; and this is
the nolicrv of the locofoeo leaders now. Wo
. .. 1 . . . . . .
believe they would as soon give up their
hopes mr the loaves- and ashes ol ollice, as
they would have this question settled. Such
being our opinion, we have no faith that
satisfactory arrangement will be made.-
United Slates Bank. To put an end, if
possible, to the misrepresentations and false;
hoods, circululini: on the subject, it may be
proper to leiterate the following statements
I. The United btates Uatik ol i'ennttJlra
nia is a Slate, and not a national institution.
2. Deri vine its charter from only one, out
nf the twenty six States, nnd not from the
General Government, it had neither author!
ty nor power to act us a "great regulator o
exchanges und currency.
3. The charter orthis great Fennsylva
mn Bapk was bestowed by a Legislature de
eidedly loco fbco.
FtorA the Harrisbnrgh Chronicle. ,
SWARTWOUTINO THB STATE GOVERN
MENT Funds. Fritz, who toot such an ac
tive pari in the doings of the Harrisbnrgh
mot), und who was rewarded lor his zeal by
beintr nnnointeu collector of tolls nt Phila
delphia, has'abscanded wiih about FIFTY
THOUSAND DOLLARS ol the money ol
the State II I
The collector of Columbia is.also a de
faulter to the amount of SIXTEEN or
EIGHTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARSII
A ho'miride6f a" rather singular" -charac
ter was perp"etUed'laet Thursday near Syra
cuse. A peiHer, bending.under the -weight
of bis puck, encountered on one of thevbyn
road of thai region n footnid, who deman
ded hi iioney. T.he ned.ler hapded out
his, pocket book". "Isjltis al?' naked the
robber. 'No," said the pedter "Well
then, fork up. nnd be quick,' T,h pedler
put his hand in His bosom, dreWioutn.pUlol,
and shot tho Tobber through the heart.
The body was recognized lis ttuTtofa convict
just discharged from the Auburn prison.
liujalo Vom. Ado. rj Uct. IV.
Brighton Mnriict---Mondo)-, Oct. SS. 1830
At matkei 1475 Decf t'utila 2100 aturei, 6200
Slircn.'ii ml 475 Hwine.
Sevcrul liundrfil llicf Cnillc, two or lliree ilinunand
Slirrp anil fevend tiundrrd SluiO'reinain uniulil.
J'urn-iUi! Catlle 'inw ,tue' Uei'lmetl, .and
wa reduce nur iimtiiiion,'viifiiH mialiiy $7 n 725 f
sernml uality ?j0 n 0 50 lli)rd iualily,'4 75 n 660.
8tora Puichunera eenerully rt'luml lOimy fun
ily a Tea Vwiutwr were ao il Ih.iir'
perleu Irum Hie number m market,
auietiii itaa uiuii.pur wm nuouii iin. ,
CowV liml CuUea tSAtt at 823. 23. 36. 40. 47. 60.
oi, Hnii vo. . ;
Hlippn Dnllf n la
numlier unnolil. . W qunlo
loliul 1 60,1.71, 1 88,2 12,2 37,2 60,2 83 and312.
Hwine Neiirl.V all lit imiikrl were of tlio fir.i nuuli
ty, und in conciuen cuf die liorl aupply at market
mlea. weraraade ut.un udanix.oi lurmer pilcen. One
tut to peddle, ordinary. Olore tlwo half boui, old at,
41-1; ono (vt a( 4 1-2 for.Sowii and 6 1-2 forfiltiir
rbtvi; uuil jevehil lota at 4 3-i and S 3-4c. A rniil,
5 1-2 la for Hew iifuV6)l-2 u 7 for nuriwa.-
,Tp illiTi Jtellng frlwit, to the Pattori and
tile Mtmbtrt' of thoit Churchll in Towlrehrnd,
Mewfanti and Hipokline'; (n great rt of Sbom are
uuknuwit'to ino)lat (linimed dieir, ffliijioju, meet
inga'nnd repaired tu lh lunuo ofin'y ufllioliun tu pay
lln- .laat .l'il"il of fe;pert lo ,iny defmrled wife, and
rendered ull needed ainlftanre" to my wtinHund wirhra,
would I, ilinliigh ttiln'ioediuin, eiprew my v try grate
ful and heart-ftll thankt fur their aervicea,- and the
luanllemaliuna.ul iiieir nniwr (jinipaiiiiea towaru,iae
r my loH, and the oiiiliinjeiitlnifnt lirraljied furlh
r ilia alUrintlon of nn iireen dintrena, wliich fell
' .i .-.i i ... II.. ..l I.I it I .
like tlio oil ( lit tiling upon my lileediug heart
WILLIAM O. TBttnY.
NewfHhe, Oct. 21, 1889. 2w
1 i' i" 1 'i" 1 " 't rt;
X3mA Lecture on Phretiology, may be ex
pected by JIr A. YmJDpornKal thtjlcadtmy
tn iy en wawtwero, on inwsnay ctennw,
ai t o'eloikwNov.&lhi- ' . - "
nJnHi.h nt: ww hum ' 1
NEW FIRM9 M1W STORE
AID NEW' OOOBS.
TI10 subscribers havo formed a connection in business under the firm of
And have opened he NE T STORE (opposite Mr John Black's Hotel) Where they have just
received the must hplhndIo and cxtentivc assortment of
FASHIONABLE FALL AND
ever before offered for sale itf this section of the
iigiusjtiu witiwii. iyhi'mtu vuiuriy invut? ine nucniji iie
iTg'd Alpaca Cloths a new and beautiful art!
cle for CLOAKS and DRESSES ;
C-4 French, German and English colored Mc
iifnualin l)e Laina hich and low cost :
Italian. Gro de Swiss. Gro de Naples and
jtciicii kii'i, 01 wit)- quuiiiy ana price :
New SiyleK, Enclish) French and American
I'rmts, very rich ana tasty patterns ;
Shawls, of every description, which will bo of-
iereu very tov.
Cambletccns, Alepines, Silk, Cotton Velvet, Satins, Silk, Linen and Cotton Hdkfs. and Cra
vats, Kid, Silk. Lmcn, Cotton, Angola and Buckskin Glnves; Irish Linens, Bishons Lawns,
I'latd Uambncks and Muslim, White Cambrics, Book Muslins, Lace and Insertions; Silk,
Worated, Lambs Wool, Merino and Cotton Hose.- Splendid assortment Taffeta, Satin, Gar-
naiure ana uauzc uiooons; iancy nukis and Uelts, new patters and very liandsomc; L.aoe
Veils, Black Crane, col'd Camhricks, Silecias, nrowaLinvn, Cotton, Worsted and Linen Ta
bli; Clotht j Black, Blue, and assorted Sewing Silk , l'wint, Thread, Tapes, Cords, Braids,
Needles, Pm, &.c. &e. Flannels, Padding, Canvass, Ticking, Drilling, ShciiingV Shirtings,
Balling, Wuddinir, Wicking, Horse Blankets, ftussia Diaper, Crash, Cotton, Worsted and
Wonlen Yarn ; ,I5lastic and . Cotton webb Sujpqudcrs, Buttons of every description ; Umbrel-
as. occ. ccc. dec. v-
HATS AND CAPS
of the;latcst'and mostTashionablc STYLES,
BUFFALO ROBES j
OTTER COLLARS ;
DOG do -.
SUPER OTTER CAPS;
all of which
cf superior quality. Also, Ladies' and gcntlcmensIndia, Rubbers.
China, Cvoeltevy, JEmt li
en and Glass ware
of Ihe latctt patterns, part of which are very
of HARD WARE, which will be offered at
LOOMING ULAbSES, new patterns, very rich and cheap.
West India Goods and Groceries
in ABUNDANCE, all well selected, and. itirranici to be of theoeJ quality.
Hundreds of articles that we have not time to
W. &. M. Respectfully invite the attention
irienus anu inc puunc in general 10 ineir di-l.Bi;iuiu o i uuk oi uuuua now ouereu,
which were bought for CASH : and they mav be assured thev can Gad everu article usually
kept in a Cnunlry Store ; ntyle unsurpassed lor
none, anu ine prices (a id.
IN exchnngc fov Goods, 10.05IO lbs Wool. and nfso. all
M lii ails of Country Proilncc,
inariici price n iii uc pain.
DONT FAIL TO GALL
PUTNFTr, Oct. 1839.
At Williamsvilfc Cash Store,
AND. will be sold 'for value received,' at 25
per cent reduced prices, more or less,
Goods & Merchandise ;
AMOKO WHICH ARB
Black, blue nnd green, BROADCLOTHS;
a variety of Woollen Caasinierea, nnd a new
and.r!it?ap article fur Over' Coats.
Super JJrocha., Highland Plaid, plain and
figured ,Mcr(no Shawls, very beautiful, nnd of
different cotnrs and sires. Some yery'beauti
ful Mus. de Lain Dresses, and Scarf. A va-.
'rietv of raw filk and silk Hdkfn, of siipeiior
. . . il ..." " . n V
quauiy anu eiyte; niacK hiik, pongee, uag anu
ginghanl HdkU; black and broivn pi Ik?, Ale
pines and Merinos fur Dresses; English -Flannel
and Raiteenet: a good and splendid assort
mept of PRINTS of the latest style, suitable
. 1 . r at i
in jiiu srnaun, iniui m on wins icr jruru;
cambricks, linens and muslins;
DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS,
CROCKERY AND CHINA WARE.
superior quality! Iron and Steel Shovelij.'Sjm-
mon's Axes, ami tiAjtu wakb. ,
A gooil assnrtment ol'Ttis and other Gro
ceries; Salt, Fish, Dye Wood, &c.
Hal, Caps, Thfckr JSoots, &, Morocco Shoes;
Gctitlemens' buck skin Gloves and Mittens?
Ladies' Kid Gr.ovcsi tec, &c.
Likewise on Consignment,
CooU Stoves, of excellent patterns
' CARPETING AND MATTING,
ItRJOLES AND HARNESSES.
Will'bo received in exchange. all kind? of j
I'riKJnce. Woo en Socks, l1 anne I. 1' rockinc.
.Wool and WoollenYarn, Palm LeafHaU.
aqu i non'i care-now miicn uash. .
October 29, 1839. ' ' 0"
IS hereby given that, ! have given my sort
Wir.l.Ann Cnrnsnvr.. Ilia timi-tlir.t i
will not claim any part 61 his earnings or any
priHjarisinir.iiiereirpmpor snail' ,i io respon
sible lnyaeir for any debts of hia contracting
after thii'date". '
. THOMAS COLGROYE.
Gullfqrd, 0cf 96, 1839. 9.
PRATT'S, Hayden's, and cimoti eitra
Axes, (warranted) for sale.
' J. C. STONE k CO.
GulWbrd, Green River, Oct. SO. 9
jO,LD Umbrella" covered, and. otherwise re-,
:jirfd, atthe.Rrattleborb'Mutiic Store.
WINTER DRY GOODS,
coupiry, -consisting in part of the following ar-
Pildt, Beaver and Lyon Skin Coatings, the
most fashionable goods now worn fur Over
English, French, German nnd American
Broad Clothi. uf all quulitics, of the best
styles, and fashionable colors ;
London, French and American I'laidand Fan
cy" Coitimerea ;
Buck Skins, Sattineis, Vestings, dec. &c.
Gentlfinen in want of the above goods, will
find it for their, tidrnlifage "to' call and ex
amine, Jbefore purchasing ehewhere.
COMMON OTTER CAPS ;
RICH SEAL do;
CHEAP do do;
NEUTRA do; .
MOCK OTTER. do:
.HAIR SEAL do;
n'cA and neat. A full and complete assortment
great bargain. PAPER HANGINGS and
enumerate, which we should be pleased to have
prRA. Wheeler's former customers, also, their
beauty and good taste, the quality second lo
Sec. &c. fov which the hisrhvst
AT THE NEW STORE ! !
FOSTER A. WHEELER,
JOHN R. MILLER.
THE OLD STAND,
AND NO MONOPOLY !
KT ANTED nt the Old Foboe Stand in
" Hinsdale, 20 or 80 tonn for any other
quantity) of Wrought Scrur Irow, in ex
change for FORCE IRONtiC all dimensions,
Axi.r.-Tnr.KS ol all sues, or Axr.s.
' The aixlvc exchange will be made upon the
moat, liberal; terms.
HAYDEN. GRAVES & CO.
.Hin&dale, N. H. Oct. 29, 1839. 9
rriHE sutweriber wihe to sellhTs
X farm lying in New Fane-, ubout
amile and a halfnoith of Williams
ville. Said farm cqntains one Aun-
Wed and twentu acres oi land with about an
aVernce proportion nf mowing and pasturing;
iVwelJ supplied with wood and water. There
m niso an excellent otcnaru on tne larm. a
libe'ral pay-day can be had if wished. . The
farm will be sold very low. For particulars
call on the subscriber. "
ISAAC T. SIBLEY,
i Newfane, Nov. 1st, 1839. 9
,, COMMISSIONERS' KOTIOS.
TOT7"E the subscribers, being" appointed by
j v me nonouraoic me pnmaie court lor me
district of Marlboro, Commisfionrrs to re
ceive, examine and adjust all. claims and de-
i i . p n .... . . . , ,i . .
maims ui uu iiciaima, aguiusi me ramie oi
' ELIZABETH ESTERBROOKS,
Jaleof Rraltleboro, in said district, deceased,
rf presented insolvent, and also all claims and
demands exhibited in offset thereto; and sisr
nioiiiiistrom tne aitn qay ot uctoner inst. oe
insr 'allowed bv said court for that purpose, we
i.i i i..t.. . ! . . t. .. . . " : 1 1 .
uu int;ii'HiiL- ui'icuy yivo ninu.r, inui wo win iu.
end to the business ofbUr said apointment,at
the'dwelling-house of' Paul Chase, Innholder,
ltBrattleboro..on.the!la8t Wednesday! Nov.
cxt,. and thu Iirst Monday ol Aim I ldU, from
one o'clock, until Tuur p'clock, P, M. on. each
of suid days..
SJIM'L IlOOTr I Committ
SKTH DERRICK. J lonerl.,
Brattleboro Oct. 2C, 1839 9
TSHE,Sulicriber haa for Bale 15' topa f
eood hav. which will lie void at a reason
oieraie4 fiiiL.it.' ruitUKi.
Halifax, Oct. aoth, 193ft
A 1.0T of QR0pE.RIEf.on.hand and for,
iXleby .J,' O.jif OJfE 400.,
f Gui!furd,Grefn,iv,jat,SO! 4
In ihia villasn 39ili
affft. ywill llll. llV Rnv A. Km. Kf
Rtirl Uarl to Mki Mamli I'l.W, buih of Wtatieier.
In W illinclinm. l ult. W Rrr Mr Ballon, ttct
KtHtlil llccuck lf Dover, to MIm Uliloe Hrwni of
Florida, Mn- "
In Fnrininalnn. Con. 23,1 ult. Re Tlminai n. Fi
Hln of Norwich Ct, to MIm Naacr Coh Im of F.
for tte l'lioenix
1 rapiNoxutj coMJu.Nc-rloxi.
' Mnrrlcc) M Vcrmm, li? Ciriin Vililiurn, Cq. .
Mr Clieolrr MurcLunt to Altoi Murieit Oignod, uolli
f i .1.11 ,i . '
U, IV 17MIII-II, Jllllfl!..
Ilylticritinii, Mr Nlton l.ipplit to Mill Sihao II
Stockuiiin. bulti ut Allmt. Mum.
Ity the 11 iWfi, Mr Nuall Hales to Mix Julia Ann
I'lnrr, Liali )r Trmnlrlun, Mam.f unil
Ity tlio mme, Mr Lttnndrr Wliitcomb to MIm Levinu
tlHiii r. Iiullf of Tf iiiiili'liin. Mux.
Ami nt until Vernon, liy Arlrnina II. WntiWrn,Kr.
Mr Wm AugiuiiK IlinUun to Mla Mary Ann I'licljx,
In tlnllrnx. Dill nil. Sim Miltllm P. Ilallnil. ennaart
oiAmIicI riall.iii, Eq. ninl G3. Th kind, nttcnthp
nnil Htlrlinimte riiniiiiiilun nnd Mulncr. Diillful in
Mil llip rcl.llilina uf lifil. unil In fiiiih iitiil nrftrltl. n
Liriuian; ioei, renjirriril nnd inmrnleq; ilic "tlnul"
hit "trlnrneil lit ihe mnli u it una." I.in ihe anlrfi
lo Ond wliii guto il."
In Ouilf.tid, Oct. 13, of nnlrk rontumpiion, Mr
Jnnna Winn, iieciI 38 icnr. r.irinrrlv frmn rilcrlinr.
.nii. 1 iiiiiit 111 .unfa, ni rnincnlru In imllfc.
i . . -
Ill Guilford. Orii 12. Onr.ir. run uf Mi' Olitur and
Mr Mnrc.ircl llixliv. need S car Url. IS. Mr
Olitrr llixbr, ngcil 37 eura. I'naters In .NY. are
rnurrtril In nnliroi
lu Gnilltiril, O.-t 24, Mr Lyman Atdrich, aerd 43
yrnra. I'rinlcra in IS 1 , nnil U1110, nre rrnurrird Sic.
In Vhrfieilielil, Mil. l.iiuni, llaoslilrr of Mr Elijah
Lamliof Williamstuirn, Maa MirrdlGvran. I'rinlcra
M tl ... ..1 .! .
,1, Mil.- rcuiicFirii 111 mm e
In Town'liend, Vt. Ort. 22.1, (f ranker raah, Eliia
Ann, only dujilitcr nf Mr Jmn & Mrs I'rudrnie I'..
RaV. n;nl 5 vrarn. 1 inn nnil 26 duva: brine airk only
3 din unit in crrat lUrtfert. I'aperi in' Wurcdcr
nnd norlolK co. JU'a.'ure'irtiueiictl lo nutine.
REMOVAL LAW OFFICE,
HAS removed, and opened his office at the
central village in liraltlehnrn. where he
will be hatipy lo wsil upon his clienWiiand
fi lends, and transact any regular business in
the line of hi profession.
Hiit present lucatlon. called West Brattle
born, i. l 1-2 niijca west ol his former one, and
on ine ucniiingtun diagc lload.
tie now oilers inr sale, the new and con
veliient DWELLING HOUSE, orcmuVd
by Mr Samuel II. J?ridge, within a few rods of
na nli.aiiiw liiiiini I nn l i 11 l ti '
. . , ... V ' n I. . . ....
ishinR and admired east village. Terms
onable, and credit given liir part.
SAM' L ELLIOT.
WcstJIrpllleboro, Oct. 29, 1339.. 9
N. B, Jis agent for the County Fire In
surance Company, he will attend to applica
tions' for insurance against fire'.
Birge, Bracket & Co.
TJAVE lust received a, larger Stock of
AJL GOODS in their line than they have
heretofore offered to the Public which they
will sell as low or lower than can be bought
elsewhere:! As for quality inferior to none;
COMFBISIKQ JN PABT THE rOLLOWIKO
Gold ana Silver Lever WATCHES; Lcpfne
do; Horizontal and Alarm do; Vtrge Watches
oi every description.
Pins, Finger Rings, Ear-rings, Lockets,
C02TSTAKTI.Y ON HAXS,
An exteiiMvc assdrtment of Silver Ware Tea,
Table, Dcseit Cream, Salt and Mustard
wa'oaau Wj"l ""til M " CO W
Silver Spectacles of every description; Silver
P,-nflla flP pniinila nnllnine n' .1 nn.lil.t. fl.tm
tan and Silver do; Silver TootlV Picks, Shell
nd Ivory do; Silver Thimbles.
Britannia CotTee Puts, Tea do, Sugar Bowls
and Creamers; plated and briiahnia Castors,
some with cul glass, of extra quality; biilnnnia
Tumbler, with or without Handles; gilt and
plated Tea Bells, plated tea and cream Spoons;
plated Sugai Tongs, German silver Sjiooim
nnd sugar Tongs, of a superior quality, al re
duced prices; bone and pearl salt Spoons.
Ivory and Horn do; liead Bags and Purses,
silk Purses, Wnllets and pocket Books, card
Casei, purse Caps, steel pens of the most
celebrated manufacture; letter Stamps, snub"
r . -1. -. .1... . ".. .... r . r
eniery CusMiilis, screw Cusliiinw, jioini Boxes,
camel hair Brushes drawing Pencils, Crayons,
pocket Iiiois, percussion Capi; key Rings,
ivory tecthiijg Rings, Mdnll glass Beads,. seal
ing Wax, court Piaister, bluck Snaps, brass
and German silver Thimbles, indelible Ink,
playing Cards, Slates and Pen6ils, &c. &c;
?BIUCTJiaERT AND SOASBi
Lavender, Colognq and Florida Water, Oltn
of Rose, Beam Oil, BurTnlo Oil, Antique Oil,
Macassar do; Purified Family Soap, Low's
brown do., Low's celebrated" Windsor do.,
AYinship's Camphor do.) almond and rose dp,,
with a variety of others.
? & BRUSHES.
Hair, Clothes, Flesh, Comb and Shaving
;A greater variety of .fine. Cutlery than ever.
uvmic uiiereo in uus jiiaii1, in me nioai eeie?
hrated manufacluree. P,ei and pocket Knives,
.from I to 6'blade3; Razors and Scissors, of su
perior finish. Also, manv othr articles? too
numerous to mention. OCCAM Who mav favor
us with a call shall be dealt with to their sat
CLOCKS. wATOSBS, & IVITJ8IO
Boxes, Kr.r-.unr.n and AYarrAXted, All
JoiH mour line done with neamcsa and dispatch.
N. B. Cash paid fur Old Gold and Silver. -
October 29, 1839. 9
TRON and STJCEL, Shoe Shapes, Nail'
-- uoua, nurse iwm nnn oir ign onuse, ana
4d, Cd, 81, IQil, Ifd,,iWdj.40d Nail, received
. this. week, and (bjr,ae.by
Oct. 30. ' ' Jf, 0. STONE b CO,
PRIME Waf fiQQTS and SHOES,
received awl.ir tale cheap, by
Oct, 90. J C, STQNfl CO-
CAPS and .Buffalo Robes, (iir sale by
" ' - J'C.STqNEcq:
QJT R A I' E D, stolen, fir.' destroyed, on
e riuay i
y the 25th inst.. a small nr.icjc sea.
well known bv thu iieonlii of this viliaam.' as' a
0 nvtlcular foyotite of hw.rnawer. Any person
- elfins' information in regard to tbenoorfel ow.
it ..:.i .. o hi ti i i
m.i.miu.c ocuniBB, i-iaques, uucKies, uom rrei you are hereby notified to appear
o',- B,cn,"S"is, Kings said court, nt the time and place aforesaid,
and Slides? of the latent end moat-nleairable ..h.w mur... ft nn vr. hnti.,tvhw.iWMLa.;
shall bB bouiitifu'llyrewaplfd. by
ts. ff QEOtfUQBEE.
Wfirfar o, .0t, M. ' p
WOULD respectfully Inform Ida euatotMra
and all who may favor him with a call,
that he las' just received the luteal; - , -,
FALL & WINTER FASHION cowAkinff
nf a beautifuf variety of styles, which CMHWt
iuii ill iiiruic.
N. 1). All orders neatly executed on abort
notice, and warranted to give satisfaction.
WIinEMJIl'M liUILDING, OPPOSITE
CHASE'S STAGE HOUSE.
Draitlcboro, Oct. 24, 1839. 8
WILL be sold al Auction, (if
npt nrcvioualy disposed, of) a
a Farm lying in Winhsll, ose half
mile west of the middle of' the
tnwn. coiitiinins 267 acres of land well divi
ded into mowing, pasturing and plough la'ml
SU1U.-U mr uairjinjj ur Keeping sncep wen wa
teredand mostly under improvement with,
good buildings and well finished 2 good' cider4
orchards 1 augarorchardi (first best) apten-,
ty oi woou innur
40 or 50 tons good Hay; 1. Horse;
I double and single, Waggon;,
1 single sleiRh aiid Harness;
I Cari and I'lonclr.
1 Harrow and Chains, &f.
Sale to commence' Monday, 14th, October,
at 10 o'clock, AM. A liberal credit. given with
Winhnll. Sept. 14t 1839. " 8'
.CT"The above sale stands adjourned to
the Mh of November next. Oct. 14.
STATE OP VEUSIONT.
Marlboro District, ss.
THE Honorable the Probate Court , for the,
district nf .Marlboro. To all persons con-,
cerned in the estate, of JOSHUA DATISV
late of Ncvvfane, deceased, intestate,
WHEREAS, Henry Wheelock and Mar.r
, Davis, administrators of the estate of
the paid deceased, propose to render anneconht
oflhclr adminHtralion, and present theirsc-
WIUIIl aUUIIISl BI1IU C3I
count against said estate fiir allowance, at tho
Probate Court to be holden nt the Hotel of
lay of November next: Therefore, yflu are
hereby notified to appear before said court, at
the time and place aforesaid, to tdiow cause, if
any you have why the said account should not
Given under my hand and the seal of said
court, at Hratlleboro, in said .district, this
19th day of October, A. D. 1339. '
8 DANA HYDE, Judge.
STATE OP VERMONT.
District of Marlboro, is.
THE Honorable tho Probate Court 'for the
district of Marlboro. To 'all persona con-,
cerned in the estate of SETH WORDEN,
laic of Halifax, deceased, intestate,
WHEREAS, Delight -Wordon, admiri!
tratrix of the estate oftheaid deceased,
proposes to render an account of her- adminis
tration, and present her nreount 'against said
estate for allowance, at the p rebate court to
be holden at AYilmincton. in said, district, on
the last Thursday of Novcmbcr'ncxt: .Therc-
count should not be allowed.
Given under my hand and "the seal of? said
court, at Uiattleboroj.ut ad -district-. Uur
2Sd day ol Octnber, A. D 1839.
DE, Judge., ,
'o T ne,f ,1of,kinI! ;Vo,,'cn n'!
1 SQ.cks' a.n.,,Kal1 fr"1 1 rouca for wh,ch fail
prices will be paid, by ....
Oct. 22.1, 183?. '"a
I hereby, give publfc notice, that, I have ihia
day given .my son Nathan "M, Bemls, '(a
minor) his time. I shall hereafter claim nolle
of his earnings, nor pay any debts of hia "cob
trading after this date. ' J
JAMES G. BEMIS.
Wbitingham, Oct. 21, J839- 8
THE copartnership existing under .'the firm
of WpopBenr & Kibmno, ia.thif, dajr
by mutual consent , dissolved, v,
JOSEPH JI. KIBLINO'
Erdltlel,oro) Oct. fUth, 1839; '-' 9
The Innine'ss'willlc conducted eu farmer
ly by the subscriber. - '' '
. JOHN WOODMPMY,
ON the institutes ofMeriiciifsV 2 vol.. juat
received at BaATTiVEBbRO BoomfsTOgE
AN extensive assortment, of New Piano
Forte Music, just received at the
48 Brattleboro, Uoo'k-Sto're.
... ii,,; ",,,;, ca.
TO THE iPIXB'Ltmr
A COMPANY of Gentlemen in NbrthfieM,
wishing to improve their JJree4 of Swine,
have, with ureal expense, nrocurtu a Kirr.T.
JQLOonCD , " ' A '
having all the qiiajillen Viat "tend toTmaitf the
pei feet hog. Tliln horf, they ibelie've, excels
animal or the kind in the Aite. The'WWiSr
excelleiwe of the' JSerkdHf will be found hi
thefr ewHneHS to, fat, snd the small quantity, of
footl they.require.i The asme.aniounl.pf K1
KivA.t(),thia breed ofswjhe wilprodioedoHbe
the, weight and, quantity of ;pork , jt jivould if
given to Our ommon, -kind, Henc tlio im
portance to every bne of procuring the' tnt
mals. ; ;
All therefore, who with to ayail Mwmelve
of the use of this Hoar are invited to call and
see. for themselves. He. will be Jtept at: the i
Hotel .Stable, jp NqrthSeW,,
. Terma 8 1 ,00 in ali caaea payalde in advaivee.
.ovember.!, I839..f ' ;;: , ' $?t
40 Headof Cattlevat
XriLh lie sold at Publkf A6tiw,biv,Tfiui,
!' .'.'Oav'.'.th, i .NoveHrr exti lb,
cleeJu M. at Tky, CmmmHt
Lavden, a let of -X
tin TjZ'i. :