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From the Springfield Republican,
Maria Clark vs. Harrison Robinson.
Tills was an nction to recover damages for
a breach of promise of marriage. A num
ber of witnesses were introduced by tbo
plaintiff, from wlioso testimony it nppenred
that tin intimacy had existed between tbo
parties for about tbrcc years in other words
they had been "courting," as the witnesses
expressed it, about that time. The court
ship was terminated by the dofciuhnt's mar
rying another person on the 8th of January
last although some of the witnesses testifi
ed that be visited the plaintiff and "sit up"
with her three evenings after he was mar
ried to another woman. The parlies rcsi-
From the. Monlitlirr Watchman. '
THAT HAIL llOAD AGAIN.
The road from lloston to Fitclibtir is to bo built;
there is no tnlstaUo about it. Of course the road
will era long bo extended to the valley ofllic Con
nccticttt hut what, tr where, then? Our renders
ore nware thai tlio people or Rutland County arc at
work to carry tlio road from llralllcboro opHcllows
Fulls through ilutlnnd to Verirenncsi and now
there is still another plan, in which tlie people of
wenningion bounty are, or will be, diluted as
may be seen from the following!
si Js'eio llailroad. Dimmr (Ik. nnt ivinlnr niv.i.i..
i have been made to excite public attention to the
buujuciui n uanroau communication between Hos
ton and different sections of this State. A propo
sition has been submitted to the publio to construct
u roau over tne mountain to Hut am 1 irnmr
ded during the courtship in Cabotvillc, and , Mount Holly, mid thence proceeding ton union
were cmnloved in tlio Factories. Tlin dn- with the Filcliburir and llnstnn mm!. A snrrnv r
feiidant was married at Enfield, Conn., un' 'he route In that direction has been already com-
tier circumstnices or aimnrmt nrrrlh, 1 mon,;',,1nn,l ' 'lf,nr y completed. A new propnsl
i or circumstances ot appaicnt necessity. lloll 1M bor 8llrU.(I to niM-uh routo rrom 'Vt,r.
I here was no pnsitiDr proof of an engage- gennes through Ilutlnnd, Manchester, Itetminglnn
mcnt between tlin plaintiff and defendant, nml' 1,10 intervening towns to I'ittsfield, Mass.,
but l ie n a lit IT re od on c rcumslnntiiil m. ml " uuuo wiui iiic ureal Western Kail
idcucc to prove the contract. The circum
stances relied on ns evidence of a promise
of marriage were their sitting up together
lrequcntiy late at night, walking and riding
out together, &.c. The Court instructed
the Jury that they must be satisfied that an
erprrss promise of marriage was made by
roan ueiween Albany and Jloston. This route, it
need nol bo said has immense advantages over the
other routo. It would brins nil western Vermont
MA Kill HP,
In Whltingliani, nn the l2lh Inst, by Rev Mr
Ballou, Mr Uobqrt Douglass to Miss SylvaWhcclcr,
both of W.
On tho -1th Inst, at Mr. Thayer's Hotel in Wil
ntiiigton, by Itev James II. Stephens, Mr Obed
Hall and Miss Susan Kverett ,both ol Halir,ix.
Id llulhiml.ou the 27th or April, Lucius T.
Guernsey, Bsq. Bditor of the Herald, nnd Jose
phine II. (Jane.
daughter of Mr Henry W. Clapp.
in North Levcrelt, April 2ft, Mr William M.
Hemmeiiway, nged 72, lo Airs Mary Uoutwell,
?ANCY and Staple DRY GOODS, in
almost cvefv vnririvi
suddenly, Ihc 3d Inst., Mrs
Doivn they go ! !
HP HE subscriber tins just returned from
-- NEW YORK with the balance drills
apritts: Himitlv iir Ilrv fT2wwIe J rtocEitir.s of n superior duality!
, , ., ' unocKEHY, Glass nnd Hum Wtniv
purchased will, great care, nnd adapted lo the Dried nnd Pickled Fish- " '
WOlltS Of Ilia fMietiuTiura ti.. fln.,. l.:...o..lr W o .i t .
(tint "; "V. lunula iiiuii3V.il ill). 1 QlllUl QHU iUBCKCmi
t int an experience, of twenty-seven years in , Paints, Boiled nnd llawOil. &c.
tensive acquaintance with the most respectable ORLEN PRATT & CO
Ir"nCS . iwl'fcy.n l!olb V"'es a ulllcient All hinds of Produce received in exchange
CliarnntCC to Ills (ni'nilu nn. xni.l.ini..r ,.i 1... r... l- ... !...!. .. . ... "
can r.imi.l. . .. V ,'ul. ". , J..ul u'llr l,rcs1 vn""-'-
them with Goods at the lowest
As i ninny styles of Goods hove declined i
"ether w'""n n 'ew hours distance of both lloston nnd I "! .,VCW h"'em, nth insl Mist l.ucinda Alvira
ridint ' Ncw York- I,t,si,lc9 'ho distance over which a road . AJ-nB,s,ll dauS,llt,r ' iea. Charles II. llaskill, nged
' lu'"o I is to be constructed, is only about half as great ns , , .
ructcd , the Mount Holly route, nnd the dillicultics to bo n Gl". r"' inst. Mrs bydia While, relict of Mr
iat nil ! surmounted in iti construction not halfas many. Houert White, nucd 70.
idobv'. We understand that preliminary steps are nbout , " f'K-'i May !, widow Lucy Oigood, nged
Mr Addison Hoyden,
r.flney, wire or Mr boynl Smith, nged li yenrs nnd j lennlly ol late, he has made his purchases at n
- moii hs I fiuters in crmonl, will pleasenotice. large PnoriT i.ess than some of the tiiaiie.
on tho same day their dainrhtor binHndn A.. n,,l I it' . UAKU. O. HALL.
(years. Thus in the short space or thirlren dJVsl. y ' l34J' 39
ther ami liri nhilflrmi li.ivn ili...l ...ill. ii.i "
ORK of those fine Northern Geese Fentli
ers, forsnle nt nriees crentlv reilmtpil. Uv
DUNKLKK & CLARK.
e.H Urattleboro, May 17, 1843. .18
the mother and live children have died with Hie
above dUense. April 30, very suddenly, Mr John
W. ilrigham.nged i!'J. The above persons were
all burird at one time, and in the same grave.
In Decrfield, April So, widow Clarissa Fork's,
nged 7'J. April '21. widow Klecta Nims. atrial MO
In New Snleiii, 8th insl Mist buciniia Alvi
the defendant to the plaintiff, or the actio I a'SiS'wln tKff ' ' N. II. May
ui m uui uu BUM.iuieu -yui, circumstantial to ti,0 public to rnise a small sum lo accomplish the "Sru '"
evidence was suilicient U it satislicd them
that an express promise was made.
The Jury brought in a verdict for the
plaintiff, laying the Damages at Ten Hun
dred and Fifty Four Dollars.
Post Office Department,
Appointment Oflico, Apr. 10, lS-ltf.
Sir You arc charged with being exceed
ingly hostile to the President, and his nicas-
tires, and that you and Gurdon Chapman
survey. v o trust a survey will forthwith be made, i
ltwnnl.1 show the superiority of this new route M i ! i nrrv mill fjeiu lRnl.-i..
over every other routo in the state. The ndvanta- 1"t,,'-? -B'tCSS JBnKlll:
ges of a Railroad coniinnnicalion from western Ver-1 XVZISSES E. &. P. SAlISHtinV
OrPal Plltl.a flP lli.al..t. nt..l V... '
IpLORKNCK, Misses Straw nnd Fancy
UoiineU, for suit! by
r . "UNKLKF. & CLARK.
West Urattleboro, May 17, 1813. 33
moiil with the
York are hclfevident. We trust the nronotilini. i.. I W u..u ."-spcctllllly llllorm the Ladies of.
ninko tlie intended survey will be favorably receiv-1 Jlralllelioro, ami vicinity, that they have
ed and liberally encouraged. Wo merely call pirb. "Pffinl n shnji for JllLMNKJlY JlNl)
lie attention to this subject now, and iptend to refer l)lll2SSMJlhlXG,ftvvr G. f C. Lawrence's '
" in'iiK-miy m ir.uici. iiciimngian iiamur. oiure uiui uiuisiie uie aptv i ork Store, where
We again say that there is a far better, and it : he.V hope to receive n share orpntroliage.
will prove a Tar more profitable route up the vnl-' , "'hey will nNo keep on hniid nil assortment
i i-nm-nce, oiik anil i.awil HUiN IVl'. I s.
OI1LS & PAINTS,
LOW for cash, at the stoio or
H. E. IIAKF.R.
I-nycfteville, May 10, 1813. 08
West Urnllleboro, May 17, 1813. S3
n flic Cornet of Main nnd
rjfELOTRS DICKINSON has received bis
lull stock or Spring Merchnndie enibrn
cing every variety of Trade, which for Cash,
produce, or short, prompt credit, will be sold
at the lowciil prices.
Ulultletwro, May 8, 1813. 87
leyoriho Connecticut nnd through the heart ori01
would pay tlio best, and would therefore be most
likely to secure tho favor of capitalists in lloston
and elsewhere, if tho matter were fully and fairly
presented. It is the business of the people of
indsor, Orange, Washington, and Chittenden
counties to start the question or this route, if they
wish it to-succecd.
were "at the whig mcotiliff or caucus "Ot tin ' Vermont to Burlington. This is the route which
: .. TVT I I .1 i. ' . . I ...... .1.1 ,!. I . -'...I i i .i . r. .
iii iuwiiiirg oy uie lrieutis ol Air uiny in
opposition to Democracy and the present
Administration of the General Government;
at which time and place, his Excellency
John Tyler, tho President of the U. S. was
denounced in no measured terms."
Respectfully your oh'dt serv't,
JOHN A. BRYAN, 3d Ass't P. M. G.
Samitui, M. Dmvsnii, Exp, P. M.,
Post Office Department,
Appointment Ollice, April 10, 18-13.
Sir You arc charged with being at heart
opposed to the present administration and
Old llonnels repaired in the best
Urattleboro, May 17, 1813.
1 (T & C. LAWRENCE have opened n
' Dart of their P'noilu. nnilllimn lr 1 rnn.li.
soon to show the balance, which will romprie
a stock nt nrices thev iVel rnnfi.lpnt ivlll l,n n
inciriaiot liiomns Jiorn. at Toil nnrl. Imo ro. nw ns can lw nd.-r.-.l I... ......
suited m a verdict of 'guilty of murder in the first vtcmil y. Persons within?; to purchase coods
degree. 1 he Lastern Argus, in noticing this fact very rlienp are invited to call and examine
J T"e -f-r ' Ku,,alwC:,,l!'
....... tulu uiuuui.i urn-, wiiuoui a single relieving ,.., i .:,, . '. , .
circumstance, and the evidence went to show thai lua" .1U.ltl,n,lt CV " ,olilnB a piece ol their
clearlv. Thorn u-n ml.Pi. i.. ii... i...,n. ..r cat 'ails in remembrance.
Q A LMON, Cod, and Mackerel, in 1-2 mid
O 1-1 hhls. IJ. E. RAKER.
I-ayettcville, .May 10, 1813. S3
Williston & Tyler,
j&arge AVrival of
A LARGE ns3ortment of NEW GOODS,
(adapted to the season) just received Irom
it C'iaAIVDIiER & CO..
id-.-jr tub old sTJixn.ai '
Comprising n general nMnrtmeiit n English,
I reueh and American DRY GOODS. Gto
ceriin, Crockery, Hnrd Ware, Drugs nnd Med
icine, i'uints nnd Dye Studs, nnd almost eve
ry article mutable nnd necessary for the Farmer
nnd Mechanic, selected expressly for the spring
nnd siimnicr trnde, nnd purchnscd at unprece
dented low piiices. Purchasers are requested
lo cull and exnmine for themselves before imr
chning elsewhere, nnd thev will be np-reonblv
surprised with the hennTy or the articles nn'd
ti V.aT,, V!W.yr c,neW low prices'ror CASH tmrt u
liWS. MEDICINES. PMNTklW Alapines, Merinoes,
.Jlf7?.'t' -- iun.il
Jlay lfi, 1843
tun he warmed himm-lt'liv- his fin- narinnk nrin. !
...ii i .... .
us ine.isures wuil mining secretly III the ld and drank or his cup-corrupted his wire, nnd
plans and participating in the meetings, of i ",e" ln "le ilenco r the night crept to his bed side,
the enemies of the President or the United , ""!r',crcil.l,i"1 sleep! Thus udding the
St.nMn,,,l nl. .:,i, !.: , : " I crime or ingratitude to that of murder! We
-w ...... ....it uuiui; 11111.-1 USIL'U III
llralllcboro, May 15, 1843.
the establishment of a political newspaper
and your removal from office is solicited
upon these grounds.
The postmaster general instructs me to
inform you of the above charges, in order
mat you may nave an opportunity to explain.
JOHN A. BRYAN.
Rou't E. HouNtm. P. M., Princeton, N. J.
We invite attention to the official record
of the "charges" preferred by John Tyler's
Assistant Postmaster General against the
Postmasters at Norwich, Connecticut, and
Princeton, New Jersey. Here arc two offi-
r rt r .1 rC l.n I" I . 1 ' ....
vu l"u vsenerui uovcrnnicni called to
account, not Tor any neglect, misconduct,
or malversation, but for being "at heart op
posed to the present administration," "ex
ceedingly hostile to the President," "uni
ting in the plans of his enemies," and being
present at a meeting where "His Excelled
cy John Tyler" was spoken of "in no meas
ured terms"! For these heinous offences
Messrs. Downer and Horner were both sum
marily ejected from office, and others sub
stituted in their places who have doubtless
furnished the requisite security, not that
they would faithfully discharge their res
pective duties, but that they would adhere
to "His Excellency John Tyler," uphold his
administration against all nssailnnts, and
never mention his name save in terms of rev
erence aiid respect. And this John Tyler
who proscribes honest and capable men on
suspicion or being "at heart" opposed to his
administration, mill speaking lightly or his
name, is the same individual who signalized
his accession to tho Presidential Chair by
the gratuitous and hypocritical declaration
that ho would remove no man rrom office
who faithfully discharged his trust unless ho
wns engaged, as an open or secret partisan,
in winging tne patronage ol tho General
Government in conflict with the purity of
elections. Now, active parlizanship is ex
acted or each Federal office-holder as the
condition of Ins retaining his place, and
John Tyler himself leads and directs the
attempt to corrupt the elective franchise by
the foulest prostitution of Executive patron
age! Is it surprising that the People, in
(heir loathing and detestation or the imbe
cile and traitor who now disgraces the Prcs-
conld nol but feel for this vounir man hnlu iwl.-
p..- n ..i. i.... ..v ...... v-
j..i junta uiu woo, oy ins ungovernable passions,
BIRCESARD As SAWYER,
4 RE this week reccivinn a Inree nnd ele.
Ilk lir....,.l.l 1,1 ...'-Ir .,. ..ll." -i ... ...
primc-m Seclusion u'onV "he worlif KiZ'Z XT" f G90IS.jU
mainder of his natural lifi-! It was a painful con- , ,mvcst ""atfctrt prices, which
icmiilation and may well operate as a warning, in-, ul"' all 8"inil nilvnncc, for cash,
ih-i'u, io an wno are uisposcd to violate the laws i""""".-,
Clover Seed and flour.
ftruili Ut.KN and Southern Clover teed,
I 1 Ct. a IT l.M .11 ...
uupi-uini- ruiur, tins iny rereivcil hv
WILLISTON & TV'LER
May 10, 1813. 33
HTE LEAD, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Conch nml Furiiitiirn Vnrniuli. I;ii
Brushes, with n general assortment of Paints,
iui ouiu iuw uy
WILLISTON & TYLER
May IG, 1813. cw 33
or undoubted credit
We rejoice thai the maiestv of the law lias lu-nn K?" Persons ntlClldillir the ennniniT irm r.r
q...l...l !.... l. .1 . . . fl... r ...... n.t . . . '
V , , ' ""- j1" ave 1.011c iiicir uuiy wun uv lespeetiuiiy invitcil to call anil
'"a. J;. ti .... ,., . exnmine their stock, with the nssumnce of
As soon as Thorn was remanded. Louisa Wilson, making putclmses ns low ns nt nnv other store
accused ns liav tur l.rnn nn no....,..i;,. ..p ti :.. :.. .1. . ' . . : ". u'"ii Man
the murder origin.!..... . .l ..7 ll.. c.oun, . ",0 XScW lo'k "oslOU
Carriage Lace, c.
CARRIAGE LACE, Potent Leather, Mo-
rocco, Kin, snoo l lircad, Harness Trim
mings, i.yc, Kc.,just received cheap hv
WILLISTON & TYLER
Mny 17, 1813. 33
stores not executed
CO" Live Geese Feathers at SO cts. per Ih,
1-ajettevillc, Mny 15, 13.13. Cw I
a-'ilchtms-jT SSnilroad (Conipanv
NOTICE is hereby Riven that the irf as
sessment of Ten Dollars on each harc in
A Jury was einpauiielled, and the attorney general
commenced on the part of tho Government. The
J'ller appearance was modest, but somewhat de
pressed, flie was neatly dressed, and wore a dark
straw bonnet, and dark colored shinvl. She is a
stout, healthy-looking woman, of sandy complexion
ailtt Otlilll lin.)nHCffllllfr IN Ili.P l...ra...int
Her features denote a ipuet character. deficient, in-' '',c Cnpilal Stork of the Filchburg Railroad
deed or womanly energy. She would not be select- Company has been laid bv the Directors, pay
ed, among a crowd, as one who would ever be like- able to the Treasurer, on THURSD VY the
tr In fill lint fir!niin.'u l.nv l... 1 ...:n. i-....i ..... ... rtii. i t. 1 1 MV
-j v wa, kuuii;i.'u iiii nit- nun, iwi-iiiv-iiiiii unv 01 iuuv curreni
tinnnlnrnl r.r....n P m ..I.. .. I.n. . I I 1 ... i
WV lini flnnl li ll,n n.i..7l...i r.l... .: -r1 .lP'nl
- .'". . btVHIII", lllill . . I,
Wilson, returned a
the jury, ju the cue or Mm.
vcruicl ol "not guilty
Thorn Ihc Murderer Scnlcnetd.Thi: I'ortland Ad
vertiter says : "Tlie Chief Justice inmiired of tlio
prisoner, if he had any thing to say in reference lo
uiu svmi'iicc io oc passed npoti Mm, lor tho son
tonce whereof he stood convicted ? The pi'moner
rose, and said he had nothing to state, except that
he was innocent befiiru (Jod and man. Ileiiijt
asked it he had nothing further to otrer, he replied
not anything. The three Judges then rose, and
llie oilicers of the Court. All continued standing,
while the Chief Justice pronounced thu bcntencu.
Sentence was then pronounced, that the prisoner
be executed by hanging by the neck until ho be
dead, and that until the execution of this sentence,
he be confined lo hard labor in the State prison
The prisoner was then remanded. Uis deport
ment during this impressive scene was somewhat
subdued, but not particularly marked hy emotion
Payment may be made nt the Treasurer's
ice, Io. 10 Merchants. .Exehmmi. Ri.iii.
street, Huston, at tho Bunker Hill Bank nt
Uinrlestown, the Waltham Bank nt Walthani,
the Concord ltank at Cnn.-ord, the Filchburg
Bank ot Filchburg, the Cheshire Bank nt
Keene, N. II., nnd the Hank of Urattleboro al
urattleboro, vt. THOMAS WILEY,
Treasurer Filchburg Railroad Company.
Mil. I T. to l-I '
'V '"i inu. S3
A GENERAL supply orseosonable Goods
just received and lor sale bv the sulwcri
her, cheap lor eaih. II. E. BAKER.
Fnjetlcville, Mav 10, 1813. S3
IVciv ood.s! ft'cvr Goods!!
UN K LEE & CLARK have returned
In the case or Messrs. Jamns Ilooil X- f"!n .vim
applied a year ago for the benefit of the Bankrupt ' i: , ' , ,,r'rCS c,lf?lwr ",n" e
Act, thu Daily Advertiser states that at that time ol I'duce received ill payment.
? .ji xjiuiiii'iiuiu, iij.iv if, loa.
irom iiuuKet. ant wit i 1 he r m-iv tmr.
chases added lo their old stock, are ready to
supnly tho wants of all who may favor them
iviui u uun, ui inces cnenper man ever. All
ideutial Chair, should havr lnt nil
for an office once dignified and mado illus
trious by tho virtues of a Washington, the
talents of a Jefferson, nnd the purity nnd
Patriotism or an Adams.. Albany Journal.
Fire at Saltan's River. Wo learn that
on Monday the 1st inst., Mr L. E. Locko,
Manufacturer nf Sand Paper, had his shop
hurtled to the ground, together with all its
contents. The fire was discovered at about
H o clock at night, but such was its pro
gress mat uotoro tlie citizens could rally in
sufficient numbers to arrest the flames, it
was found that all was or no avail ; and be
ing without an engine, it was impossible to
save the building or any portion of the mate-
iiii which wns in u at tne time.
Mr Locke has sustained considerable loss
moiigli we hope not so much but that ho
say be able to set his works in operation
again in a reasonable time. lie is nn in
dustrious, capable man, and not a few will
ftcl to sympathise with him on this occasion,
ho property was insured, wo believe, to tho
amount or $4,500 not near enough to cov-
the injury. Bellows Falls Gazette.
Tub VinaiiwA CoNonEssioNAi, Elections.
j-llie authentic returns show the election oi"
"Tee ivhinvf. nhvon ln.n fnono nn.l no T..I...
?n' One loco Is elected by five majority, an
,,r,er by twenty-one, nnd another. Mr Jones,
"iioso election will bo contested; by about 30.'
tho nominal amount of the debts was obout ftno
000. Oftlns amount about the sunt or $100,000
consisted of Custom House Ilonds, debts subject lo
offset accounts, and notts fur the payment of
which uuiir, insurance aim ninniiiaciuring stocks.
.P.- ... 1...I.I .1 l .... ... .
wi-rc iiuiu in pieugc. i ins iasi nameu sum
has been liquidated and paid in full, and In addi
tion thereto, there has been paid into Court for dis
tribution amongbt the general creditors, more than
'J00,000 a sum nearly equal to what has been paid
by the Assignees or nil the other bankrupt estates
in the District or Massachusetts, making the wholo
amount more than $(w0,000 which has been Jiqui
dated and paid out of the assets of this estate, with
in the short period or one year.
The Cincorr.r. Tdhs-oct We learn from a
gentleman, just returned from Springfield, that the
lirotty girls lu tho Chlcopeo Cotton Slills, neur
Kjjiiiiigiu'io, uiriieu out iasi wcck in llieir best silk
dresfccs, and marched to Springfield, headed by n
uiuiiiiiivi uhu hut, nun assisteu uy a man o carry
tho American flag! They haltt-d in front of other
mills, waved their white 'kerchiefs to tho girls nt
uiu iviiiuows, io inuuee mem io join ineir ranlts
but as they did not meet with any success, thev re
turned to Chicopee. The following day they turned
out again, but their ranks were so thin that they
soon disappeared altogether from the streets. The
causo ot this turn-out 'was, that their employers had
imposed more work upon thetii without increasing
tho price. Evcuinir Bulletin.
Answer to Problem 27th, C;13I598G branches.
" " 23th, 17i.'(i,rJ2, and 8273,208.
A dishonest servant, every lime ha went into his
master s collar, stole a pint from a particular cask,
which contained 100 pints, and supplied its place
by on equal quantity or water. At tho end or 30
days the thelt being discovered the servant wos dis-
charged. Of what quantity of wine did he rob his
master, and how much remained in the cask?
What b the circumference of a circle which do
vialea from its tangent one inch in a mile I F,
ljK PACKAGES of China, Earthen, and
., Glass Wnre, just received hy the bub-
ni.lllll-l, CUIIKISIIllg OI
20 crutes C. C. Chambers, Plates, Nappies, &c.
8 " C. C. Ewers and Basins.
20 ' Blue edg'd Plates, Dishes, Nappies,
10 " Mocho Chambers. Bowls. Mn
9 AOO N"- Dr.V Coil Fish.
,yuu 2 bba N , Samm, Trout,
, '. ... 2 " I Salmon.
1 " " 1 Mackerel.
2 "2 "
2 " Picklwl Cod.
, 2 " " BnS!'
Tho above will be sold by tho barrel or wn
gle pound, at very low nrices.
DUTTON & CLARK.
Mny 17, 18J3. 33
PARASOLS nnd SUN SHADES, Tors-ile
very cheap by
DUTTON it.- nr.Anir
May 17, 18-13. s
oreign nml domestic Glnuh
mni nroaucioins, uamliroons, llalsnrine and
Eolinns, and a thousand other articles in the
Dry Goods as well as in the Grocery line, be
ing the cheapest and best n"U?firf mniil tr' Im.
tore oiiereu in l'utney.
2000 cwt. Good Table Butter;
100 " M-conil quality, do.
10 " third do. do.
3500 Fleece Wool,
2000 " hruken "
')ny quantity of CASH, in exchange for
VIU i.1 Ull'3.
P. R. CHANDLER & CO.
ruiuey, iiay iu, IS13. 3w 37
C. Townsley & Son
HAVE just received, and arc now prepared
to oiler to their old customers and Ihc
public, a large assortment of Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods, which have been purchased at
very low prices, nnd which they are willing to
sell nt o small ndvnnco for Cash, produce, or
good credit. Among other things may bo
lound a splendid vnricty or
Plain Black nnd Blue Black SILKS:
. . SUip'd nnd Fig'd Gro dc Nap, do.;
Moiishn de Lane's or every style, some entirely
new pntterns; Printed Lawns and Muslins, su
perior to any thing ever before oflered iu this
oTevery variety, style nnd price, at greatly re
lionnet, Cnp and Neck RIBBONS
Face nnd outside Flowers; Shawls:
I-nney Hdkfs.; Cravnis; Scarfs; Gloves;
Kiln., tl !. ' '
mm:!. Hosiery, ece.
Also, a prime assortment of G-4, B--1, 4-4, and
7-3 Bro. Cottons, Tickings, Drills, Blearh'd
Cottons, Summer checks and stripes lor chil
drenp' clothes. Also, a large lot of
BR OADCL O TIIS, 0. 1 SSTMMRES,
VESTINGS, and TAILOR'S
TRIMMINGS, of every
N. B. Allhough the subscribers do not pro
ress to have facilities which would enable them
lo buy their Goods n "profit less" than their
neighbors, yet they would snv that ihey have
been jmichased to the best oY their abilities,
(considering the facilities they do possess,) and
will be sold at a small profit nnd as low as can
be bought ut any other store in this vicinity.
C. TOWNSLEY & SON.
Brattleboro, May II, 1343. 37
j CASE Florence Bonnets, just received and
fur sale low by
, . DUTTON & CLARK.
Brattleboro, May 3, 1343. S7
FARM FOIl SAJLE.
rSS5i. rPIlE subscriber wishes to . sell
fiSr f'-'JiMJ, situated in the
1S&4 Mr l Western part of Newfane. Said
lying on the load leading from Fayetlevil'e to
Arlington. Said furtn has good buildings
thereon, and is well divided into Pasturing,
Mowing nnd Tillage, mid n good wood-lot near
by. For Anther particulars inquired' thesuh
scriher living at 1' nvetteville.
May 10, 1843. 37 -
Button & Clark,
a in, mis week tecciving a large and well
sciectcu stocK ol
JFash ionable Goods,
...I 1 . 1 '
which iney win sell at a sma m Unnr tmm
enm, (which is very low) for Cash, Credit, or
I'ritiliif! isic l'.,.t ........ .it I
nnu 11 our incnds nnd custnni!r u-;u nniu .ii
Mi ...v.,,, uikih iieiorepurcnasing elsewhere,
we will satisfy them that they were nol bought
" " "ij uicai iiroiii over nnu s irnv tmn-imc
i. .nn.l.. 1.. V ' ..I. 1
iMwii. 111 iviv UIH.
G. C. Hall
HA S received Calicoes, M. de Lainei,
Ginghams, Silks, Fig'd Muslins ond
Lawns, and every variety of style ol Goods for
Ladies' Dresses: Shawls. Lldkl's.. Cravats-aml
Scarfs in urent varietv'. Gloves and Hosiery.
Silk Fringe, Cords and Tassels, and -Fancy
Goods of every description, which will h snlil
liratlleuoro, May II, 1S43. 37
Crockery ant! EEni'dnarc.
TXORE or the obove Gooils now receiving
iV-i by C. TOWNSLEY & SON.
May 11, 1843. .37
iZftf) ROLLS PAPER HANGINGS,
new styles and low prices', at
G. C. HAM.'S.
Brattleboro, May 11, IS 13. 37.':
May S, 1343.
lOftO U9LLS Pal,cr IIanS'nKs "ew and
vv rich nntterns. inst rpenivi-,1 nml fi,r
sale by DUTTON fo nr. A Ilk'.
May 17, 1S43. SS
r mills late firm of D. II RTP.vvkq c.
CO., U by mutual consent this day dis-
Hhds. Fresh Lime, just received, nnd
for sale cheap.
C. TOWNsr.p.v r- snv
Bratlleboro, May 18, 1343.
SALMON, Shoil, Mnckerel ond Dry Cod
Fish, iust received.
C. TOWNSLEY St SONT
Brattleboro, Mny 18, 1343.
Archdeacon I'alev. sncakinc of his ladv and
daughter, used' to' say, "I 'never let my wo'meh,
when tlicy shop, lake credit. ' I nlwavs make them
pay ready monoy, sir; ready money is such a'clic'ck
upon 1110 imagination. i 1
12 casks blue, brown, sprig'd and while Gran
ite Dinner Ware.
10 crates do. do. do. Tea Ware.
5 " do. do. do. Ewers and
Basins, and Chambers.
2 " do. do. do. blue rais'd
fig'd Granite Ten Ware, new patterns.
H " while, spriq'd and blue rais'd fig'd
China Tea Ware.
2 " gilt nnd pilt rool China Ten Ware.
20 casks of Class Ware, or every description,
10 cases Dutch and American Tumblers.
5 casks Bristol Fire proor Ware.
All or which are odered for sale at New
1 ork prices, and will be packed to order, to
gether with a large assortment or Ware usual
ly kept nt a Crockery store. The attention or
merciiunis 10 tins slock is respectf ully solicited.
JOHN S. GRAY,
.Etna Buildings, G2 Slate street,
Hartford, May 11, 1843, '38
Hundred prime Newt Milch Cheese, in
JVJf fine order, lor sale bv thu sinnh.
or larger quantity, to suit purchasers.
j. Tun waLiiY & SON.
Brnltlcboro, Mny IS, 1843.
Bratlleboro, May 18, 1818.
Aaron C. Barney,
Joepb G. Tnylor,
Guilford, May 5, 1843.
Henry S. Chase,
Benjnmim W. Steven3,
Samuel S. Jocohs,
Asa Melei d',',
Darwin II. Stevens.
AT the Old Stand, 8 eases Fashionable
Hats and Caps, for sale cheap for ready
pay, and no mistake.
I H. CHANDLER & CO.
Putney, May 10, 1843. 37.
JUbKl'H 5 TEEN.
ESijjhway Surveyor's fZInirlis,
DUK sale at the BOOKSTORE
Match 31, 1343.
ORLEANS, Florence, Silk, Tnrllou,
Straw, nnd Palm I.e.nf llonnoi c.r 1..
by p. R. CHANDr.F.n r.n
Putney, May 10, 1843. 37
Morgan De Forest.
THIS celebrated Morfian Horse was bred bv
Derrick Hart well of Lnnmlnn. rV TI II'..
is the largest of the Sherman Morgan Stock.
nnd ii-iMrrlits lonn n..u. i i ..i , .
rni 1 . I i.vu VUIUI u UeulllllUl Uaih CtlC&l-
1 ue nusmess.'in iotttre. fiir elnsincr it in ri"n I Nil f .
cerns of said Co., will be transacted under the JtFor pedigree, cee bills,
firm or A. C. IUhhcv &, Co. t? '.1 1 ' ,
fzTS- iiPil.in -.i r..:tr . n . i- "" , iiu mvers o goou norscs, ore re-
..i" na?P".,IO,rd,9!:,,,rm to examine this Horse before they
Saturday the 3d
Guilford May 5, 1313,
June, nt 9 o'clock, make any controcis for their hrwilinn- M
His action and carriage are very superior, and
he is nut surpassed by any Horse in the coun
try for ttotliiiij.
The owner or this fine llnrsn Ima hppn nt
much expense to nrocure one of tlm hnut Hrir.
ses in this State, and he knou-a he lm fiiirinol-
ed, ns Hir as muscular power, speed, beauty and
fine proportion can be combined in one horse;
nnd his stock bills lair to be of tho very first
rntiv mwl ............... I.. ... l. 1
LBS. Live Geese Feather of iho tsS
L'rrv liil Mlinlitu rtf ' t. ' tt-
Z','J?:A fete' ,,,,B,,,C' was cv"l MURDOCK'S JffOTKIL. ITXT ZMJ1 ..,r'fS.".a".v
uwuic film in 11111 vituui v. rninic ir r .. I i a uu uivuri uun
C. TOWNSLEY & SON U A it Lrl.v nuown as ttollniul'sl l'"i"co certiticates ol the above assert on to
18 1B-I1 JtJl -w-t JL Collee House,) has recently been repair- ""belicveis.
1 en ami newly lilted up in a style mil inrerior to
I mils lili.iiiiik.Ki I !...,.. I., it. - t. n m .
Do Forest will only stand
.. 1 11 . , ' -si.M i 1 -. . . . oimiu tuuiuiu uiu ecu-
UiJilirclIns aud Parasols. 1 1. n r ,Z" "1 ? '.aml n"''?"?1 u,e proprietor, in
A, arpe variety or the above articles
received and liir sale Chtnn. he
., C. TOWNSLEY
Braltlvdioro, Mny 13 1813.
' . 1 !?,,n"w !,'H',.,I for "" reception or company. Brnttlehoro, where be enn be seen nt all limW.
jusl 1 he siiliKcriher respectfully solicits the natron- Season to commence Saturday. Mav 13. nml
; ae 01 the lormer customers ol the House nnd '""d m July. Forfurihcr narticulnrs m.idy nt
-ITV " "
IVolicc to Jtoart Makers.
THE subscribers, Selectmen of Dutnmers
ton. nre wishinrr to rnnti-nrt r,r ti...
kinjj ol a now road from near Lemuel Prcsson's
to Epa Cone's, in the east part of Duniniers-
1 liey will attend to letting out the ma'
ORE NEW GOODS just received by
J. 11. Wheeler, at nrices ns Imv n. i-n'n
he'lbuml at any other Store in the County or,
itay n, ib-13. 37
K bON. ;nii oiners, asRiirine: them that it wil lm hU
constant endeavor lo make his fiiends and cus- 1.. PARR, Proprietor.
luiuers petiecny at iiome. SAMUEL S. JOY, Atrenf.
-w-ww- uiu iiuuun, "luunuuiu, may,' 101a,
(T TOWNSLEY & SON have for sale,
v. No. 1 Pine Boards, Common do., Yel
AjVEagood assortment or Gent's white
nnd col'd sinirlo and donhln lirimm'i!
Brattleboro, May II, 1843. S7
Paper ! Paper ! ! Paper ! ! !
1. Q AND, Wrapping, Letter nnd Hnnging
.111 Piinni- r..,..tnt....l I... .
I,- e.,:.i 1 o-... i .V . ' . t".i luiiiwiira uy me case or sincie
ni..e ui nun. ,uim Ui auvuruay me 7tli day ol ream, at Rhort notice,
JMny, inst., nt 0 O'C OCk. fornnnrin. m ilia ...nil. ! Al.n IU.. .,.! c
h. .I.u DUUIII I HID", UUW UHU
vim ui Dam iuuu. nun t es nml utirm
lntlAT -IT inir I -. . .. "
. NATHANIEL FRENCH,
' JOHN F. RTHAIIVfi .1
( Dummcrslon, Muy 10,1843. ., , 1,, -1 " Ts7
hy the case or single
Shoes of nil descriptions,
.Also, A few COSesof Rov's Pnlm LnnftTnto
ir applied for soon. Pnlru'Lenflbr sale bv tho
baloji- . P..R. CHANDLER & do.
RECEIVED 4 more chcstB of tl,nt superior w ',0'sPruco Floor Boards, Spruce Clap-
Y. II. and Souchong Ten. ' mr ''"ards, llemlock Boards or all kinds, Shingle
P. R. CHANDLER & CO r 1 T'"IIHes, nil or which will be sola cheap
Putne, May 10, 1843. for good pay.
BRIGHTON MARKET, Mav 15th.
fllenorlpd frnm tlio Il.iln A.l.i:.- I 11.. . ,
3-1 ir 'Pimm ic . . .luuiurn uuu 1 uuioi.i
j ! 1! m .u c"nl,lulM rnantlfac- At Market 800 Beef Cattle. 10 nairs WorkW
-V. lure Paper at the Typographic Mill, and Oxen, 20 Cow. and Cah es , 700 Won wd 5
will purcha!o any quantity of HAGS nt cash Sino. ' p' "a blb
l UICLfci IlcerCnllle The. prices obtained last
IVAAlr luiira l.nv.ll.. ....... l f ' ... ...
...... ...v .... .. .j, Dusiuiiit-u tor a iikc quality a
ivw uciirr Vyaitio were at Market, and were sol.
A. ".;J!iJ' ,lm" onr "'finest quotations.
iub1iIj,ISj25 a 5nO; second quality $5 a
third quality, S4 n 4 75. ;
April 13, 1843
4mo is 3 S
Putney, May 10, 1343.
NEW Btyles Florcnco and Straw Bonnets,
, I nrlton, Lawns and Muslins, Fig'd nnd
plnm Hnnitet Silks, n large assortment of new
styies lttbbons nnd flowers, nnd Millinery
... w.,y uyoklljlliuil, ai
Cows and Cnh-..n.
M.tn .... - I
From$IG to $27, and one at
orking Oxen Nn sales noticed,
oheep Lots were sold from $1 io $3.
bwine Lots'to pe'ddlo from 4 tin a Co for Sows.
37j Brattleboro, Mny 11; 1843.'
G C II T T ttJ I 1 r,l'Ja,Ccf for, UarrpM-i j.a selected (lot al.l.4o.
- U 11 A0',dvnce; large Barrows 01-4,a5 1.2c. At lijtall