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THE INFIDEL MOTHER.
How is it possible to conceive that a wo
man can oc an mutest i vnai sunn iiroji
un this rccd if religion docs not sustain tier 1
The feeblest being in nature ever on the
eve of death, or loss ol tier charms ; who
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snail support ner u ner uuuua ou not uxiuuu-
cd beyond and ephemeral existence? For
the Sake of her beauty alone, Women should
Gentleness, submission, suavity, tender-
ncss, constitute part oi tno cnarms which
the Creator bestowed on our lirst mother,
mid to charms of this kind, infidelity 'is a
tin Intno ilMiirlil in r.nii- I''tnir. Silk, mid Idiiwc llamlkcrRhit'l,
uimiii .ruin..i., .. - 6 ; - ,. ... " I !:....! !
cealment-who never d scloses more t an XdSnnhli-,,
half of her graces and. of her thoughts, jjtt.ncil,-tj antl Urou-n Iiucn 'J'aljlo C-'JotU,
whom heaven lortncil lor virtue nun the Colored Cotton "
most mysterious of sentiments, modesty Linon Djimnak, IlirJupjo .mil Russia Diver ;Criisli,
tt'iimnti ronniirifllifr II n r T - -" . i - . , ... .
"w,,,u" . . ii(.,isli nrii AIo t'sli M lint. J- nr and L ol i Catia :
Farm for Sale.
Greenfield High School
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THE Subscribers have just received lrdm juj r n " j y y-. w.u ,j,.yK fl.ilHJJWL xujmp jiAiio.
Boston, n largo nssortmcnt Of W JJ1 JJ. ''fenL 11 ' np.IE Trustees infirm the friends and pat-
Fall and Winter Goods, MJl Zltl
-m,a o,-' ffi Acif JWrsof
PIECES PRINTS, from 5 to 20 cents fug thereon. ( m r arm may oe purcnascu ai - - - .,..,. ' T(, whl) ,u.sitc
per yard ;
SOI'it'ct-B Silk Warn Alpncc.i Clntlis, Camlcternn
nml Orli-nns Cloths Mi-rums, Muslin tie Lilies!
I5l.ick, liluc black, invisiLle green, blue- nml brown
II R O A I) C li O T II SCanilnercs, Satinetls,
Wave lh-nvi-r Clolhs and Vi-stings;
Itlack Silk Velvet;
1'l.iiil, IMimlinrn, anil Merino SHAWLS ;
Muslin do l.n'me Shawls nml Hdlim.,
HlncK Luce Veih, Ori-eii JS.irngtf.
n rtnt li.irirnln if nmilicalion is made soon to
Putney, October, Sth, 18-12. 9
ami love snail
naiiinz instinct of
her sex, presume with
rash mid feed o hands to attempt to with
draw the thick veil which conceals the Di
vinity? Whom doth she think to please by
nn effort, alike absurd and sacrilegious?
Does she hope by adding her petty and her
frivolous metaphysics to the imprecations of
n Spinosa and the sophistry of a liaylo, to
give us n higher opinion ol her genius f
Without a doubt she has no thoughts of
niarriige, for what sensible man would unite
biinself for life to an impious partner (
1'u r Trimmed Cloth Can". Mulls anil Hon.
mill) yits lixeti-r Klirelihirif lit o ! ct-ntj per yard,
Ki'JU " Indian llcail iln iitiia "
1000 " do at 7 " "
J000 " ilontft 1-9 " "
-1011 " Furniture Frints, at 5 " "
200 " Ticking, a III "
!W0 " Drilliiuf, n 8 , " "
10(1 " lllue, lirntvn. Olive nml lnvisalite Gn-en
ItlJOADCl.OTIIS.ntTWO l)OI.I..KS per yd. ;
Cotton Ynrn,, Hailing, Wicking and Wadding.
CROCKERY, GLASS and HARD
WARE; W. J. (lOUI)S;
infidel wife has seldom any idea of OlI. and PAINTS, NAILS, GLASS,
she spends her days cither m rca- 1) i IJ-S 1 UF S, tyr. iyr,
soninf on virtue without practicing its pre- CFTlic rtbove, tniretlicr with mmiiv other Goml,
cepts.or in the enjoyment of the tumultuous ',Vu8hl "l 1,IC r",vi'st V"LVp i''"c, "d will
i' e.i .ii 1,0 eoIJ )or ca or iippioved credit, at reduced
h n:iui r.4 nl ti n ivi.i fl. 1 1 '
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uiu me uay oi vengeance approaciics. rm-eraon, in want of ClOOU HAIIGAINS are
Time arrives; leading ago by the hand. J he inviu-d In call und examine our goodi and prices
spectre, with icy liair, anil silver nanus, ueioru purcnnsing eisewnrre.
, plints himself on the threshold of the female W. II. vS: W. L. WILLIASIS.
Athiest; she derceives bun and shrieks Newfanc, Sept. 181'-!, 7in
aloud. Who shall hear her voice 7 Her
husband I She has none long, very long,
lias he withdrawn Iroin the theatre of (lis
honor. Her children ? It uiued by impious
education, and by maternal example, thqy
concern iiiemscivcs noi auuui xneir moiiicr.
If she surveys the past, she beholds a path
less waste; her virtues have lelt no traces
"behind. For the first time she begins to be
sensible how much more consolatory it would
imve oeen to have religion, unavailing re
gret ? When the Athiest at the term of his
career, discovers the illlisipn of a false phi
losophy ; wllcn annihilation, like an appal
ling meteor, begins to appear above the hor
izon ol death, he would lain return to God,
hut it is too late ; the miiiu, burdened by
incredulity, rejects all conviction,
now aiiiercut is tne lot oi the religious
woman! llcr days arc replete with joy;
she is respected, beloved by her husband,
.her children and her household ; all place
unbounded commence in her because they
are firmly convinced of the fidelity of one
who is faithful to her God. The faith of
this Christian is strengthened by her happi
ncss, and her happiness by her faith ; she
believes in God because she is happy, and
happy because she believes in God.
a thorough and accomplished Education, this
School oilers ureal advantages. The next
Turin will commence November J Oth.
For further particulars refer to the Principal,
or Unmet Wells, ucorgu orriincii, .jr., n.
G. Newconib, Cephas Hoof, Hooker Lcavilt,
Ansel Phelps, David N. Carpenter, Syl
vester Maxwell, Jr,, Ahnon Drninard
Greenfield, Mass,, Oct. 13, 18-12. hvS
V virtue ofsunilry decrees in llankruptcy,
issued oui of the District Court of' the
United States for the District of Vermont,
Ofl IFSi'st 4gna!iy, War Sale.
rtpllli subscriber being nbout to leave Drflt
JL tleboro, will sell the lot of Oil he bus on
hand very low for Cash, by the Bnrrcl or
ALEX'lt D. HUNKER.
October 1 Sill, 18-12, 117
New Fall Goods,
Opposite Smith's Stage House.
E O E I V E D, and will he receiving for
WEXT door South or the I'hrenix Hon.
Imd f.tltfirnoil M, mnntin rC nn...... t .. '
. Iim cuMomers by occupying the entire More
heretofore occupied by Mr. Geo. Kogbce, and
by the cmplotnient of Mn. Uichaiidsojj flit.
i.iNos. Mr. llillingd having dUconthiuod hia
Franks nhnp to accommodate all who luv,
been his (ornier customers, nnd wiihsurliaj
sistancc in addition to his own skill in ciittin?
and filling, Mr Franks has no hesitation H,
saying he can equal any woik whether produced
in city or country. Mr. Frnnks hag 4ln Jm,,
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innnv wccks to come, n I'llUVK
of FALL and fl'intcr Good adapted i
ni.iiHel nil ol
iNew York and lioston at the owebt oiiccs. .
and will be sold for nromtit nnv either in Pro- Mr. Franks will rce that nil cutfinir r,,r ,v
duce, Cash, or undoubted C'mlit, at frightful nioke, and indeed all orders of everv
i t, . ' - ,sr iu eu .iiiiir-
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come, n I'llUVK Sloca m-yinim iieii in me very nrsi rale lloni New
f!nn,U niliiiilpil In tbk I Voik. Olid i.-J ill UlC nioflt 111 V. niiil cr,,...:..
nil of which have been bought in ' even weekly receipts of all changes and varia.
I I' ' I lo ItlOIIIIIII,
vRATFn OF THE VOLCANO Or HAWAII, It 19 nn
immense pit, nut thousand fret drept and six miles
itointf whore it Is reached hy a dfep descent, mtd s itititf ofa great variety of patterns, of which
.nn winnc ui mis viihi umiuruu iuii ui uouiu, uuo- i mi; liJlJOWlIlg arc u pari ;
J. H. & W. H. ESTEHBIIOOK,
No. I, Britk Row,
TTTF Airi7 T , ,......
rj-H J i. jum ruccivro innir i nil nml
ter Stock of'3T, I "AW,
Improved Yankee Notion . . Cook Stove.
Green y Curtis' J'atentf
with elevated oven, ' do.
James Dana's Patent National . do.
J. B. liucklin's " Jldilwafl Wo'
tiling, and epoutin" l.tva. Tfi surface at cm 1110-
mciil is black n ink, and the nexl cxliibilinir riv
its, and pools, and ji-lg of hideous lilood-rt'd llnid,
tlmt was Boiiiotiincs tlnuwn up to a height oftilly
or aixly fuel, and tbll back with n nallori phsliing
mai was inaescnodiny awuu. i lie aepecl ol tlie
whole was hellUh no other term can express it
Jiy niglil il was grand beyond description. The Johnson, Gcir A- Cot's
lenng explosions reminded mo ol some cn-ol cut r Y A , X
in flames, where there were magazines of irumiow. ioiinson, Urer- iv Caf S
der. Vesuvius U tame in comparison with il. Jui.1 Cliniax Four Boiler
. ... ... j ,,. , .v .... ,u w.n uui JUlli tlCtr IV VOIS
jiiaoc, auoui six miles norlli-east ol tlie crater, and , .. ,
flowed How,, in ih,. ..-, ;.. ir,.. c e..r. ...;.. ... tolerated Oven Parlor
length by from one ta setct in Irtudth, 1 saw ihe I Conanl's Rotary Improved
ligui one Hundred miles on. It reached tlie sea in
five days ; threw up throe lulls of from one liun.
dred and twenty In two hundred and fitly feet high ;
uiui-u tnu tiiuunjiiu uri oui seawiirii iroin me oiu
Jino ofcoakt bv three fnurlhsofu mile in width. nnd
lieated the water fur lilleen miles on either side to
such an extent that the fishes were heaped iiii.in
myriads on the shore, scalded to death. Its falling
into the sea was accompanied with tieuicudoiis his.
migs, and detonations like constant discharges of
Heavy artillery, distinctly heard at lido, twenty
Johnson; Geer & Cot's 'Improved Parlor
Stanley's Patent Parlor Stove,
Atone Willi Cast Columns'. ' ( t?
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Hcv. S., W, Hanks' Imwoccd Air
Slave Made Perfect. - iTbis Stove has been
kept burning day and night for weeks with-
iiui guiiiK out, aim a room 10 teet 1 square
kept comfortable lor sedentary people 1(5
uours out ol y j, ami a Mow fire the rest of
the time, with nof niortbau one-fourth the
amount of wood required for any other Stove
now in use.
A LL SJZliS BOX STOVES. FIRE
FRAMES & CALDRON RETT I. V.St.
Egi!sin fc Kn-iiish Slave 9if
at wholesale and retail. Also a larue as.
1.iwryo;sl,6VE FURNlTUitE nr
SAP 1JOILERS made to order,
Those in want of anv of lira above articles
will find 'it for t)ic"ir interest to give us a call
bpfiirn ntirpli.iLi.tir l.n..n I.- :n i
efpre .expect to have shortly, clothes of 7' " .""X ,1 'f ",LJ v'" ,u,c
r.and phuina, which will emiu-lyMipei- "l'1 feducqd prices to.corrcfpuud with
ff?" Old Iron and most, kinds of I'rodurr
received in errheint'c. 'I , .
uraitiunoro, Kept, 5J7, IS-13. tdi
A German journal gives the following account of
wn.iv ii uesigiiait-s as one oi inn&e woniu-rs in
which electrical chemistry is so reitlle.
. A pupil of Herzelinori, who was occunyinf him
sell in bweden with galvanic gilding, h.ivin.r used
in his apparatus the skin of a sheep, on which there
was Boinu of the wool remaining, perceived lliat it
became partially covered "with the gold, Struck
witu me mciuent, lie lolloweil up llio idea sugg
-u, nun in nine proiiuren an enure golden Jleece,
preserving the wool in its original anoTnaiural state
us to texture and flexibility. Living in n villa ire,
me vuiiiijr siituiu Biioweu me womierlul prduuction
to his neighbors ; but the fanatical and 'ignorant
jicnsunls. reitardinir him nu n liracliiser of ll.n Mnnk
airt, attacked his laboratory, broke, oil his utensils to
pieces, and compelled him to Hy with his fleece to
upa.u, wm-iu ne was receivru Willi Kindness and
tmismeraiioii uy me , members ql the. University,
who, by a subscription, not only Mippllcd Win wiih
mm means oi s ulraislncp, but est.iblislied a new la
boutnry for him, and aided him in applying his dis-
covery l the manufacture of woolen cloth. Wc
may tiieretire ,exiect to
1'old, silver, and nbilina.
ede our preent g-dd laee and embroidery
A. M. Ise.nrig, too, a painter, li villi' at Munich.
l.nft nnilnihr...l ... ll.r. n.t...... t t,.K,l..i, . T
- .w ..ujjouu.i; .uii-iu- uiai ne nas
discovered -i process, whereby, through the Daguer
reotype, he can depict all theol.jerli, of nature, with
the brilliancy of the colors, ho ns to bear comparison
u-illi the finished productions oflho first artists.
.f.'S .t..l. Y.-..,,,,,., , ,,. Tr
For Dresses and Cloaks.
"H".AS just received at the Slono Iluilding,
opposite the Hrick Row, his Fall and
Winter Slock of
EIo.v, I'arlor & Cooliitijv Slovcs,
wliicb consist ofa great variety of the most
approved patterns, viz :
Conant'simtirovtd Yankee Nation CookStoi
Great y Curtis' Patait elevated
Spalling's Patent elevated oven
James Dana's Patent National
LB. Bueklin's " Railway
Johnson, Getr If Coi's Climax
Johnson, Geer cy Car's four
Johnson, Getr iy Cat's elevated
Johnson, Geer iy Coz's Improved Parlor
stove with Cast Columns.
Stanley's Patent Parlor Stove with folding
Conanf's Improved Parlor Stove.
All sizes llox Stoves. Fire Frames, and
Caldron Kettles, Can Iron Oven. Arch arid
Ash Mouths, together with a general assort
ment ol Hollow Ware, Fire Dogs, &c, and
all kinds of Stove Furniture nnd San Uoilcrs
inauc to orucr.
IStissin and Kiur. StorcPhm
at Wholesale ami Retail,
TiltiM; 111 H.nii ur any tirine nuuii; cliucles
will tiuil it lor their interest to give me a call
before purchasing elsewhere, as all of the
above articles will be sold to correspond
wun uic times.
500 Dushcls of Jackson Potatoes wanted
I t ..i r n i ...
unit nnibi kiiius oi rrouuee rcceivcu in ex
Urattlcboro, Oct. 12, 11312.
STATE OP VEHXVTOKT.
Probate District of .Marlboro, st.
Ik Probate Court, Oct. 31st, 1S-12.
; COPY of the last Will and Testament of
- IlAINiM AH WELLMAN. nln nf Am.
herst, in the Conntv of Haninshire. anil nam.
monweulth of JMoMatdiusetts, deceased, duly
nil.. ...... I I ! rt. f . .
"iiu iMii-u 111 uiuiyouri oi rrouale in
the County of Hampshire, and Commonwealth
oforesaid; being presented to the Probate Court
iierc, Dy mo executor ol the lust Will and
Testament of said deceased. That said Copy
may be, filed and recorded in the Probate Court
ior mc ijuirici oi Matlboro, ami Slate of Ver-
t.l.Mll nnr.u.J.1.. C....... .
ug.uuio vu uiu oui mie in gucn case
mane anu proviucu, it la drdered that a hearinc
oe tiau in tins iircnnses belnre sn il Pmrt
at a suision thureoY lo be boMen nt il,r ln
licretofore oeciipfcd by Harris & Muy, in Wil-
HiuiKLuii, iij sain xjuinui, on ineinsl l liurMlay
ol November next: and for tbo purpose of no
lifyiiiB all persons interested therein of the lime
and place of hearing that they mnv appear and
contest the filing and recording of the said Conv
nf cni.l WO! : I tit .1
... ,, ,,, m niuiraini, uifv see couse,)
It is further ordered that a Copy of the Kecord
of this Order be mihlisbeil ffwt., ....
tvely in the Verinoiit l'ha'ni.'c, printed nt llrat-
., '" 5U1U -"s"ici, pievious to said lime
A true Conv from the 1!
10 Attest, LEMUEL WHITNEY, Reg'r.
i lil. i rib Lrfvl! iM '"" ll'" seller; but when extendi-.
M Li;?! n IU "urlber, da) s become mon bs and months years,
G. & C. Lawrence,
TLTAVE received their Fall Styles of Meri- few weeks at the St.
;m 'ir?' Allia'Ta Canhletccti, Orleans merly occupied bv k:i
, ' 1V,l-t"'ln Li'"lre, Indiana, Plain and tend' I'd the eettlemei
1'ig'd Miiiiseiiu .do Lams, Chtisan ue Lainx, lioui (.aid film.
Alepine, bohenijes, ami various other mticles IS
ALL persons indi-bu-d to the lato fimv ofi
Dickenson & Chandler nr,. rpiili.i.wi ini
maim imuioiliiile imyinont: mid it s hmmil ibnr
this friendly notice will not he dhuegaided, as
the siibsorilifi can bo found at nil times- t t
few weeks nt the Store if A, Dickenson, for-
ovkiiiu iirin, wiu-re lie will at
vmenl of all deinotu'a due toor
fur Ladies CJoaks, Dresses und llabils., Also
nn cm;""." f.iooK cords nnd 'IVsels. Fringe nnd
.1' ur I riimiiings, which (hey wilUell nt pi ires
as low m they con be putchtWl nt any other
btore in this vicinity, ruinotu lowpr'icesnut
Hinttlujioru, Qpt n d4'2.
1 A I NTS.
I .,N.SR1?D 0,L- 5 Ubkj. White Len,l, i
Jl-J I on, i.ut received, which, with a full ns
aurtimmt ol . Piilnts, ,,re ollered at the 16ivest
Wet ia -T r nl Cred,, ' nS, r r5?,0 5"''hcj8 Clies.n'uls wanted by
.uct. is.. (7) O. O. HALL. Oct, 2-1, iau. G, C. LAWRENCE.
ISA Af! n. nn a mim i.'n
Brnttleboro, Sept. 2, 19-12. .
For Ladies Cloaks.
UTTON.i5- CLARK hnVo this week -ie-reived
limn lioston. n I.mi-i.
Cloths, u splendid article, far I .nil i fit Cllnnica
and 'Dresses, also Silk Warp Mpacca, CotltUi
do., Orleans Cloths, H-c, S-c all of -which-were
bought low, anil will be sold at extremely low
prires.' Pleiis'e coll mid cxatnihe.! '
Uct. '24, 18-12. ... Cw9
STATE OP VERMONT.
Pi abate Dislricl of Marlboro, ss.
Ix PuOntTE CouaT, Oct. 27th, 18-12.
C.O M t S Joseph Nurse, Administrator
' ujion the Estate of ELIJAH NURSE,
late or UunimeMon., in said District, deceasetl,
ami moves the Conn heio for nn extension of
mi.- nun.- iieii-iimirr iimtleil mm to render1 his
uiujuiiiuiiu pay ineiiebis of paid deceased:
wheieiiiion it is ordered Hint
in the premies before said Court, nt a session
thereol to be hoklen at Wihniimton, in said
Diatricl, in the ast Tlmrsdnu 7,1 N..,i..
next: and lor the purpose ,jf nriiifyiiig all ner
sons interested therein of the tiiu'aiil place of
i '"""n 1.1 uirerien 10 nuii-
twlt rt ..r .1... I 1 ..n .1 . . J.
........ v..,,., .,, lm- iiotiu ui ims uiuer three
weeks successively in ibn Vrn, di,
printed nt linn tleboro, in saM District, pievious
. u.M .ihviij IILIIMII.
A true Cojiy from ihe Record.
10 Attest, LEMUEL WHITNEY, Rcg'r.
P2JR BTB CaOTH CAPS.
rrillE largest and best assortment of Fur and
Cloth CAPS, and Fur Goods irenerallv
can be seen unt bought low at
Oct. 23, 1812.
4000 WTK"S "f Augers and Bitts,
V , vi1.'"' cenernl asset latent orOar
penlers lools. and House Builders articlesiaro
selling ul low prices at .
Octt23,,8-l, Z" DlCK,NS1SSS:
he lankrupts therein set forthI will sell at, . ., .' ' (, ... ... . .
I'lih in A Mel inn nl I he inn nl . .Iiihrwnn. in i . . o . .. . .
I ownshend. on
next, at I o'clock.
Strutterf, Ncwfane and' Townshend; Also, a
numbi'r of Clnims, Demands, Gold Watch,
and sundry articles of Personal Property.
Alio, as" above, at the Inn of George Hodges
in ilmington, on the 17th day o( November
next, nt I o'clock, P. iM. certain rights to Real
Estate situated in Wnrdsboro, Claims, De
mand, Cattle, Sheep, and sandry articles 0
Aho, as nbnvrj at the Inn of llenrv Smith,
in Hrnllteboru, on the 10th day of November
next, at 1 o'clock P. M. certain rights to Real
Estate situated in Putuev, with a number of
Claim. Demands, Wotclies, and sundry artic
les of Personal Property.
Also, as above, at the Inn of R-tswell Good-
enough, in West Ilrattlelmro, on the 21st day
of November next, at 1 o'clock P. M. certain
Real Lstatesiliialcd in said West llrnitleboro
aUo one Patent Riulit, with a number of
Claimo, Demand, and sundry articles of Per-
Terms mode known ol the time ofssale.
Assiunce in Bankruptcy for Windham Co
October 25, 1812. " 0
G. ftt C.
VlLL be constantly pupplkd with first
ounlitv JtOCHESTER F LO II II.
which tuey propose to sell as low as any body
sells the same article in Uraltlchoro.
Oct. 21, 1312. a
1 Ofk LOOKING GLASSES for sale low
in order to close the Slock, at
Oct. 23, IS 12. J0w9
CO Cf IRAN'S
ritRPAItED BY '
The Question Settled.
IT h now-settled beyond a doubt, that COCH
RAN'S HORSE LINIMENT is tlm be.
article ever olfeied to the Public for It'tW
Galls, Spavins, Sprains and Strains. Stifftiesslry.
m,, Jjt,,ii;4 or ihe joints, uhoh., nf lone' tin,
standing, Fresh Wounds. Galls, k.i IS 111
uses wiiL-rc no external application is needed,
it has proved itself invaluable.
N. B. We, the undersigned, having mode
mullein use in ouiinA.N-s llonsc ,lllir
do most chcetrully recommend it to the Public
os being the liest orticlu we have ever used, for
inir iiiHivu purpose:
L. C. Clark. Wm. 11. Mi W.,.
At !!..- . , --"-I -".vvo.v,
i.inss.; i cier jjunoar, I'.y.ra Konstnll, Hoston
JSIass.: J. R. Illake, Lovell Fn rr. Josenli nnnd.
hue, Geo. Hucbee, C. W, Snrgeont, Warren
llriggs, D. Goodnle. H. Reed, Ilrattleboro;
in. 1.. minni's. uu uorii.
For sale bv G. & n. r.A viip.rnv.
Druttlfboro, Oct. 17, 1842. 3m3
OFFER to the Public nt n small shaving
above cost, the following GOODS for
Gentlemens Vinter Garments, xh:
Rl'k, nine and Ilrown PILOT CLOTHS;
Twilled and Plain Beaver Cloths;
Fine lllue lll'k Asphalttim;
Itrovvii and Itlue llelia Clolh;
Uroadcloths in all grades, fiom coarse to su
perfine. Ai.sn, Ciissimercs, Satinctts, Vcstings, Tai
lors Tiimniing8, &c, kc.
Gentlemen wishing to purchac any articles
enumerated above, will pleacecatl and examine
our Slock before they make their nuicbases, an
they will be sold at great bargains lor ready pay.
Ort. 24, 1842. fl
KItfSIFUS fit FOS.HS, 6iC.
500 ' ' 'mv,'s nn( Forks, also a
very largo assortment of Andirons,
Ilrass Kettles, ?bovels and Tongs, Brushes,
Tea Trays, Sad Irons', Snuffers and Trays,
Candlesticks, Spoons-, Lotiifw, with every vari
ety of House Keeping articles which will lie
soli without reference to cost. In r.bii... UmiOIl
a luck, at
Oct. 23, 13-12.
R. SPALDING continues to perform all
operations upon the Teeth with the best
materials und in the most durable manner, at
l.:r,ir , ., . . .
ins, unite one ooor souin oi uuiion it Ulurk
Urattlcboro, Oct. C, 1842. 3mo6
and Lead PiDe.
if ITUll tlr .i.
ii imivrui Rcrniy uini i nnve given my
son, William C. Fuller. Iii-i lime, firim
and after this date, und I will claim nnno of his
wages nor pay no debfa orlus contracting after
Dummer8ton, Aug. 8, 1842. 0
"SSTE the sultscribers havinc been annoiuleil
T V bv the Hun. I'mlml.. n.mri I,, il...
,. - - . ,u, IIIB, I lb I
oi iuariooro, oommissloiieis to receive, exam
me aim uujusi an claims and demands of oil
persons ngamsi me estate ol
15 A VJJ) REED,
late or Newfane, in said District, dee.ense,!.
and all claims and demands exhibited in olfset
wiereio: null six mnnl lis I mm il... i-..,,i.
day of September last being allowed by said
Court for that purpose we do therefore hereby
n.. .mine nun ivc n-i laiienu in ine inicin-.-o nr
dur said appoinfment at tlc Inn or Luke A.
Wnclil .it. Will! ..:li . . . ...
.......j.m. ,t niiiiiusviiie, on tne nrsi 1'ues-
iivs oi uecemiier and lUnrch next, from 9 A.
M. til d nVlnet- P M .1. 1 1
A A II OM n TJnillKTt-r.KT x J
GEORGE WIIEKLER. f om'
Ncwfane, Oct. 18, 1842.
rjU rrON fr CLARK'l.nve just received
-f-" I- urs (or' Cloak Trimmings, a splendid ar
VJ in- IV50.1'"1" Sl"al Cups, some very nice:
Mulls, Fur Roas, Fur Trimmed Clotl. Caps
'Vc. l'nces much lower than last jcar.
pViUTTON GLARK have this dib re
ceived 500 Rolls Paper HanSintSliQ-v
Rich Patterns cheaper- than ever cull
BEINGS 6t MSDSGSrJES. "
PHYSICIANS and Families can be sup-J-
plied with MEDiniHP.s: i- .i... i... .
quality, and at cheap rates, Please call and
price our articles beforo purchasing
KNO W ALL .MEN BY THESE PRES
EN I'S, That I the subscriber. Mannfne.
ture and have for sale the above nrtic.lM. t Pin..
ui uu ai.cs; uu my own responsibilil y, not
Dei nc in comnnnv lrilh mn- nn.. nr., I l I,
.uu an liun hu or may oe sain 10 me contra
ry; at Ihe Old Stand in Weld'n buildinir, en-
iinnrc oouui Riiio, up me old stairs, Xi"oycr
1 niinil 111 .1 . l.till-. ITIt'l-. i.. n.ur.i..,vin.
ftili ih- : .. iii'....i 1... fi !
; " uiiiL-rs ujr man, or oilier-
Wise promptly attended to.
N. H. There has been something said
nuuui uuiiunig sonic new siairs.
GEO. W. IJRITTON
Urutlleboro, Sept. I, 1342. 1
BUFF AS R.03ES,
a riv r uit orti'a, can ne loiiml at great
Oct. 17. G. & O. LAWRENCE'S
'Lamp' Oil, &c.
PURE Springand Winter Strained SPERM
OIL, Rvlined do., Neatsfoot, Olive and
Linseed Oil, all for sale by gallon or barrel, ai
tin luni-si jjnti'3, iiy
WILLISTON ,t TYLER
October 19. 8
A lCKff-:lYSlV is Miinufacturinrr
f,.. "New STOVE on the A,a-Tiou?
I'rinciple, which stands unrivalled for its ),,.
iy, saieiy aim lemperalurc of heat producetli
I-or a sitlifg or a sick room, this Stove is tm-K-rior
to nl others. Tim I'nldin nru :.,.,:i,i .
call and examine this Stove at my Store. I do
not say mis stove will produce moie heat from
one fourth ol the fuel than any other Stove now
in use. but I con sm- it tviil
(torn the same fuel than any other Stove now
in nt- in una section oi tlie country.
ui i iui;uiiru, uci. J04s.
flOO I'BS r,no best Llv Geese Feathers
v " ever ollered in tliU mnrb,.i c,,..i.. i...
" uu l' i ii rv nr. mi v
,J- ,0'' 0w9
R. F. PAIGE
UMIMII IU IJUOneeV ' tmn V Imien
not pngouwl, and tenders his services in the re-
imittii ui ij ifiUtisi j io iii i iiukso who prefer the
I'Uiv XMII.IIJIU llL'IUPfl l1 111 'l'lwrtn il. .
destroying (rugs of Apotbi-cnries. '
itiiuiii-ooro, oepr. SS, 1342. ' ' 4
UTTON CLARK have m, lu.ndla
o ame Stock r.r ?,,, nJLy' ""'.
11 est India Goods, wh ie . i... ,: ....n
prices that cannot be undcreoH. '
ri ,! L : liiu)
w,,ti uiuu , r r CKincr. K nn.
nel. Dry Apple and SCIp 1
resejit yBm., i,, exchange for Good's at il e
.,ti.iii iuiv ruies ai
Urattlcboro, Oct. 13, 1842.
RON, Steel, Nails, T
Jt Sol), just, received by
1. and Fine, Dag
kind in the line of bis cnllititr are imm.i!n..i?.
and faithfully nnsiveied, and at the most tei
Ronoble pi ices,
Mr. Franks will keen on hand lipmt.. m.j.
Clothing for nil who arc desirous ofa sudden
extemporaneous rig. '
Mr. Flanks invites particular confidence m
one respect. lie will carefully accommodate
hw cuslniners as to the degree and extent they
may whU to submit to fashion. He feels fully
able to furiiixli apparel for the voung and gti
wliicb shall be pel feci Iy and scrupulously faSn!
iotiable, nndnt theijameliniehe offers his assur
ance tt) thnar" whose uge and dignity require It
that in their cases while the cutlo ms ofthe time
are snfliciently regarded, he will also rceanl
the decencies and proprieties of life. In snort
that he will dress not their bodies only, bot
their ciiAitAcxr.iis in an appropriate costume
Unttleboro, Sept. 23, 18-12. 5
JElnn Bn.snrancc Conipanr.
"wrlTH a sound capital of S200.CCO, ofTfrs
Y its jirotection against loss or damage by
fire, on the most favorable terms. This CooT
pany has been irocrniion for man) years, and
its leputotion fiir fair dealiuir U too well nnrb.,-
stood nnd app.'eciatcd to reiiuire any pledge for
their future course.
Persons desirous of obtoininc insurnnrr in
Rratireboro, or adjacent loivn, will please call
on L. G. MEAD, Esq., their Agent, at Jus
Oifico in Rrnitleboro.
. S. L. Lqo.mis, Secretary,
Hartford, Aug. 12, 1842.
THE Suliscriber continues to receive Wool
nt the Putket WogLLr-.N FjicTonr, tp
Manufacture, into Cassimere, on bis usual
Putney, October, 1342.
UTTON 4- CLARK have onhandu Very
laine Stock of Sheeliiirr ami Shininm.
Hleacbcd and Unbleached, which they ofler it
low prices for good pay.
Oct. 34. pwrj
V A R JV I S H
A FEW Dnrrels Furniture and CoocA Far
msh a first rote article, warranted, fyrae
DUTTON $ CLARK.
BIESIS TH2CE BOOTS!
A PEW cosw Mens Thick Boots, a prime
article, for sale hv
DUTTON 5- CLARK.
Boots and Shoes.
C. HATiti HAS JUST RECEIVED
"J Q CASES Thick ROOTS, Mens and Boyi,
xvr double soled and warranted;
r. .... .
V.11111111U11 iiiiniiiy uo.j
Mens and Boys Thick do.;
Fine Cnlf Ibi.iic-
Also, Ladies lllack au4 Coloured Gaijer Shoes
mill It(int4. Mnrnpnn Gil. .a I - il
Mines for sale at lim-Mt nr!pi
October 20. "a
1RIVK SJLOW ! ! !
liook out for the En spine
w hSIc the Bfcl! rings ! ! J
JUST drop jn at DUTTON & CLARK'S,
aontn End of Rraltb-liorn villotrM J .r.
amine their Stock of
which was selected with rrrpnt .n.i K.mi.t
at low nrices, nnd will be sold client) we ?ay
very- cheop prices to correspond wilh the
times, lor Cash, Good Credit and most kinds
rmrilK'p tnknn in v.I.r.
xiriuueooro, uct. 19, 1S42. 4iv8
rckci'y mid Sas. W.-iw-.
ELc K'D f'1 receiving ot DICCIN
f;,.,',50' a larce nssorlnient of Crockery
and Glass Ware, which will be sold low.
Broadcloths aaul Cnssimcrcs.
UTTQJT- CLARK have just received
JL" a largo Siock of lh-nn,tLl. Lit fi...
mern ,,f , lluM,i i, T , ' " v- v -"vn uit.uiirgo C
trcitll. -""" """H, 1 in Miiiijirnc,
U. STATES DISTUIOT COURT,
JV BAJVKR UP TO Y.
Notice to show cause against Petitions of
Edwin M. Hollister of Ilrattleboro,
Ilenjamiii F. Stockwell of Ilrattleboro,
W flliant quipmipgq nl'Strntton,
, Oj'uiuel I'liompson nl Grufion,
1 homas N. Whitcomb of Grafton,
Samuel D. Wrpodburn ofGralbn,
Owen Wonlley of Rockingham,
Jonathan R. Knight or Dummerston,
Joseph Shepard of Jamaica,
illiam Hull of Whitinghnm,
Eleazer P. Huntington of Townshend,
Ldwnrd Aiken, 2d orLondonderry,
Oren Shelley ufStratton,
Horace Ouipmings of Athens,
Sewel Shelley of Athens, '
Amasn Wjmnm of Stratton,
DeliyMance Pike of Whiiingham,
iMioch R. llowenorWbitinelionii
i.d.sou L. Fuller of Whitinehain,
Aiisel C. Toby of Whitingham,
1 inioihy W. Uowen of Whitinghnm,
Hulus Guild, Jr. of Rockingham,
Leay.it Hn ofVornon,
W ilhain V. Garfield of Jtockingham,
Iro K. Morse of Putnev,
Joel Aldrich of Westminster,
James Tower of Westminster,
Wi haiiiUnh. nCfji...
lor Heir Dwcbargo and Certificates as Rank
Ilrattleboro, Oct. 24, 1842.
In M T"!...!-.
I "?y, the tenth doV of JnuiiArv. 1 848. at ten
Gw9 "'flock A. M. ' 9
A m ass1)rn,i,"t of C It O C.K E It Y,
V GLASS und HARDWARE, at '
'7. U. c C. LAWRENCE'S.
Tj.ET-1-fJIi NOTICES for Bank-
runts fnr ..)... 111 :.. rir.
LAURENCE'S.' October. 18-112. fi