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6j 'file following article (torn a lalo nnmbcr of
me Asylum, Journal, wo publish as timely nml
needful. Wli'tlp great eiTorl are making to circu
late city paper to the Injury of ourcountry paper,
it become, the people in the country, and
especially mc-so who mako uae of country na
per as the medium or advertising, to conidcr how
far they will allow.lhelr inlcrcaU to be thus injured.
vuiu pyopio in mo country advertise in city pa
pers, and have insetted therein those Items of local
news which .lltey wish to convey to their frif rids,
U would be well to patroniso city papers and leave
the Country papers to expire hut as this cannot be,
ll'iecms- to Us very evident, that the Interest ofthe
MbpTc in our country towns and villages would
dictatd to thetn, lo support and encourage their
own papeis their domestic or home manufactures
in preference lo those from the cities.
CITY JPlJDLlSlIEItS m. COUNTRY
Vf. , 'PRINTERS.
Pending the next Presidential campaign,
scvqrnl political newspaper publishers infl.
York arc making great efforts lo circulate
their sheets. ..to the detriment nml norlmtw
..I . , . ti
"rttinntion" of country printers. This is
unfair. JU would seem as though these bar
ons of the press might be satisfied with the
Sargo city circulation and immense advertis
ing patronage they enjoy, without grudging
inland publishers the crumbs of custom thty
Village newspapers arc necessary, both
to impart qca intelligence, and us a medi
um for local .advertisements. They can get
a comfortable support, even on a small cap
ital,' unless city periodicals enter into com
petition ; in which case they too often doze
through a sickly existence, and die n prema
ture death. This should not be, and will
iot, when ,a. hearty, generous, yet discrimi
nating support is extended to them. Lend
a helping hand to your own papers, then,
strife you cannot dispense taith them, and
they will go on their way rejoicing.
"But," says one. as he opens his New
York, Tribune, or Weekly Courier and En
quirer, "city newspapers arc more interest
ing, and tTiere is more reading in them."
There may bo more srrce in city papers,
but how is this space, filled T Do they tell
you what concerns yourself of deaths and
marriages in ypur own vicinity of auction
sales of property in which you feel an inter
est of gains by lucky bargains or frugal
industry- of losses by fire and flood of
Tniir llfiirril linr' a nrll rl i-k ti mnw ,....
his bankruptcy of some fortunate fanninrr
j,isut nviiiiiuui a vwainiiUUUIIIi; UU311IU39. OT I
experiment, or drcadfuljaccident ? the act
ors in all which events you. know, and there
fore love to hear about 1 None of these.
City prints may tell you a great deal that
happens where they are published, and in
other large places: but you find little in
them of immediate interest to yourself.
Now appeal to any candid man, whether a
paper giving an account of "matters and
iliings" jnjone's own neighborhood, would
not be sought and read with deeper interest
than any city publication! Certainly even
as one hail rather hear a single item of news
concerning his native place, when absent
therefrom,, than pqruse a dozen ofthe "hor
If city papers are over more interesting
than country sheets, and if there is ever less
ability displayed in tho latter than in the
former, it is when the country publisher is
"driven to. the wall" for want of his just
dues. No man can compose or select with
a cheerful heart and a clear head, when "out
of sorts". .(to use an expressive technical
phrase) ; and it is no wonder, amid the
many delinquencies of his subscribers, that
a village editor should sometimes let his pa
per go to the (printer's) d 1,
But for all this, perchance, the very indi
vidual who complains of it is partially at
fault and the very ticxl person wc hear
complain about the dulness of the I'haiiiix,
or Democrat, or Journal, wc mean to ask if
he has paid his subscription ? Settle with
the printer punctually, and we will warrant
you an interesting, lively sheet.
Their comparatively small size is 110 ar
gument against country papers, since they
are usually selected with care, and their
original articles well written and to the point.
a utile sncct wen niicu, is nue "u little
farm well tilled" what there is of it is im
proved, (o the best advantage.
Whence, therefore comes this preference
for a city newspaper, entertained by many ?
We, think it arises in tho wish to be ar-is-to-tral-ic,
and the idea that it is more so to re
ceive a city print by mail, than, -to have a
country paper left at one's door by the car
rier, or sent by stage. Alany also think it
beneath their dignity to show any interest in
a publication not issued in some great city,
hundreds of miles distant. A village paper,
with ever so much local news, has 110
charms for these, would-be-magnates oh,
no ! But some New York or Boston Daily,
though all advertisements, shipping intelli
gence, and police reports, yields them more
important information than any thing else
Wc do not make these remarks from any
jealousy ofthe eity press, for we are so firm
ly established in the good will of this com
munity, that wc fear no competition from
without. But we sympathize with tho sane
portion of "th art preservative of all arts,"
who are engaged as country publishers; aud
deem the subjept of such importance to
them, as to demand this article from
The Hartford Clay Club, as we learn by (J10
Journal, adopted the following preamble and reso
lution at their meeting on Tuesday evening last :
"Inasmuch as the Whig Young Men of Con
necticut meet in this city, in Maxa Convention, on
the glorious Twenty-Second or February, the.
birth day or George Washington, to renew their'
allegiance In the pure republican principle or the
"Father of hi Country, and to consult upon ineo
sum to promote their success and ensure lllcjr tri
umph In the election of Henry Clay or Kentucky,
lo Ihe Presidency of the United States"
Iltiolccti. That we or tho Hartford Clay Club
ill extend lo them our heartfelt greeting, and en
ure tlieih a cordial welcome, and hereby bid them,
ia the name or the true Whigs of llartford,
Come okk, Co he ill!
IttiolvcJ, 7'hat we hereby formaily(o0lT a Sjihn
iii Banner to the town which, all tliinm consider-
edi Jlll send the largest Delegation to the nbovo
"lined Convention : whidli Banner shall also be
"up for competition" at tho succeeding spring and
'It clections,,to'bc award(;d to tho town, which, all
thiiij, considered, shall give tlr hirgcal Whig ole,
rid murders, ".shocking accidents," dread
ful shipwrecks'," and "destructive fires,"
with which city editors delight to nauseate
WHIGS OP imATTXEHOKO
Are requcsU-d;to meet at Wheeler's Hall. an the
evening of the ,2!M ol February, to form a Clay
woo preparatory .for the. Halliinoro Cohvcntion in
May, and Presidential campaign of 1844. -
J. Tl. Wheeler,
Alexander I). Hunker,
fl l 11.11 "
William P. (June,
F. II. Wheeler,
James II, Eslnbrnok,
Chas. W. Townslcy,
Geo. II. Salisbury,
Isaac G. Chandler,
A. II. Day,
II. D. Urackctt,
A. Is. Dwincll,
J. M. Haven,
r. t r
The Whigs ofTownshcnd are requested to meet
nt Johnson's Tavern on the '.Wd day of February,
at U o'clock, P. M., to organize jirrparatory to the
eoiniiiff Presidential Election. The nll.-nrfnn ,,r
every true Whig is expected.
Waitslill II Ilanney,
fl..!. u-.ll.! '
Samuel F. Thompson,
Henry L. Aiken,
Win. II. Joy,
John L. Nichols,
Ilcinan K. Perry,
Moses II. Forbes,
vinin t IIHIII3III1,
Aurelius C. Howard,
J. II. Phelps,
Townshend, February IS, 181-1.
Mn. Wr.njTsn's Letteii which we published
last week, is thus introduced to the readers of
the Washington Intelligencer. "The letter of Mr.
Webster, which appears in the preceding columns,
will be read every where with the interest which
in the minds of all men, however personally dis
posed towards the author of it, must attach to his
opinions upon public affairs. For ourselves, vc
hnd Dir. Wr.nsTr.ii where we wished and expected
to find him, ready to sacrifice all lesser considera
tions to the object ofthe public good, and lo tho
success ofthe cause which he believes to be Identi
fied with it. Such were his sentiments in the last
great contest for the ascendency of correct nrinci
p'cs; and such, we now know from himself, what
we never doubted, will be his course in the contest
which lies before us."
ID The Whigs of this village are invited to pay
rimpiii niiiitinnn in ii.a mm l i . r .
imvu m xnv UU (j. UUT pa PIT lOl U
ing on the !22d at Wheeler's Hall, for the purpose
or forming a Cloy Club, and making preparations
for the coming Presidential election.
Confirmation of Mr. Wise On Friday last, the
Senate or the United Stale voted its advice and
consent to the nomination or the Hon. Henry A.
Wise, one of the Representatives in Congress from
the State of Virginia, as Minister of tho United
Ststes to the Court of Brazil. The following is the
confirmatory vole on this nomination :
Veas Messrs. Allen, Archer, Atchinson, Bar
row, Bates, Berrien, Buchanan, Choato, Colnuitt,
Evans, Foster, Francis, Fulton, Hannegan, Hay
wood, linger. Jarnagin, King, Miller, Phelps, Por
ter, Rives, Scmple, Sevier, Sturgeon, Tallmadire,
Upham, Walker, and Wright 30.
Nats Messrs, Bagbv, lienton, Breese, Clayton,
Fairfield, Henderson, Mangum, Morchead, Pearce.
and Woodbridge 10. '
U. S. Slaop-of.ll'ar tiotlon. The North Amcri
can say that letter have been received in Phila
delphia, from this ship, commanded by Command
er Pendercrast, dated Maderia. She had emeri.
eaccd a tremendous gale when a Tew days out or
..uBinH , iini;w Bcverni ;uii9 uuu m consiueraoie
weight of shot overboard to lighten the vessel du
ring the storm, which continued for three days and
nights with extraordinary violence.
Caution to Editor and tht Public. We are re
quested to slate that Thomas If. tt'hittcmore, a
young man apparently about 23 years old, who i
travelling through the New England Stales, vend
ing medicines and recipe, is in the habit or using,
witlioul authority, names or respectable persons in
this city, and by such means procure the printing
of advertisements tcAicitwill never lie paid for.
The public and the press are cautioned against this
impostor. jhlter titer.
A man by the name ol Woodman, has nelitinned
the Maine Legislature for a divorce rrom his wife.
wnen v. was married, lie was VI years or age,
and his bride a widow or 00 and more, with a large
family. He is no.v 30, and his wife CG.
Suicide. On Thursday morning, it was dise.ov
ed that Mr. Alfred Moody of South Hadley Falls
was missing from the residence or Ills lather. Tho
family beine alarmed, went in nursuit or him. and
succeeded in tracking him lo tho ice on Connect!-
fit .1 .1 .l 1. 1 , .1
urn tvivrr, nuuvc iiiu tiaiii, wnere was a noie in tne
ice, and where it is certain he must have plunged
into the river. His body has not yet been found.
He had been low spirited for a considerable time
firevious, and is supposed to have been insane when
io committed the shocking act. Hi. ago was 35.
Small I'azlCommunicated by Hani: Ji'otrs. Dr.
Duble. teller oftlm Clinton Bsnk,Cnluinluis, Ohio,
recently died nrsmall pox, the infection having been
communicated by the Bank Notes which hu was
compelled to handle in his official capacity.
Appointment by the Gottrnar of JW10 York. D.
W, C. Clarke, Esq., of Brandon, a Commissioner
to take acknowledgments of deeds and instruments
under seal. Iluttaml Herald.
Arrival of the lit. Honorable Richard Pachtnham.
The British sloop.of-war Vestal, or 20 guns, ar
rived at New York on Moriduy last, from Ports
mouth, Enj;., having on board the III. Hon. Rich
ard Packenham, Envoy Extraordinary and Minis
ter Plenipotentiary to the United States from the
Court of St. James.
Horse Dealers Look Out. Thn Rev. Hiram
Cuiumines recovered in the Suffolk Common Pleas
last week, $'.250 of a horse dealer by the name or
i nnu, tor selling In in a lounocrcd Horse as being
Afflicting. Yesterday the lady or Mr. Joel K.
Post administered, as she supposed, a spoonful and
a lialfof rhubarb to her daughter, about two year
old ; but it was subsequently discovered that a mis
take had been made and that laudanum had been
uiven. Every tliiitir that medical skill and parental
tenderness could devise was employed to save the
I f ntm lilt n train II iliml Inui aunninn Was. I
Hat en Palladium,
Willi write fmm New York : "A new fashion
consisting or highly polished long boots, extending
as high 08 l'ie kliee, and worn outside or the indis
pensables," has been inttoduced among us and
seems to be quite the "agony," Jlreechc will
come next, and broad cuffed coats, and other in
bignia of about sixty or seventy years ago."
BuiciDE. Mr. Ira Jacobs of Chicopce Falls,
brother. Dr. Sum lit-r Jacobs.
1 lie uoroner Jury i
tied while in a tlo
decided thayho act wa committed while in a at
of mental deiangcnicnt, and rendered a verdjct
cordinjly His uge was 'MHump G'rtr,- ,
At the Vcrmrmt.Ilouiq In'lhis.vlllsge, Feb. 8, by
Ilev. J. C; Foster, Mr Lester If. Lucy or Monti.
guo, lass.,and.Miss Mary Moody of Bouth Had
lcy,'Mass. At tho Vermont House in this village, Feb. 13,
by Rev C. Walker, Mr William Townshend of
Putney 16 Miss Mary IJerry of Westminster
r ln Wl'i'ingl'mn, Feb. 11, by llev. Mr llallou, Mr
...... ,ou f Adams, Mass., to Miss Sophia Carlcy
of Whitingham. r i
In Northampton, Jan 31, Mr. Jamea Ames of
Greenfield, lo Miss Kunice Huntnl N.
In Uujlon, Feb. 8. Mr A. 11. Merrificld of Boston,
to Miss Harriet N. Mather of Northampton.
...lnWalHe. N. 11 , on the 31st ult., Mr George
W. Grant lo Miss1 Sarah J. Bellow, all of Walpole.
In this village, on the 7th lnst.,'Mrs Polly Esla
brook, in her IWth year. "
By this death, a husband has been bereft of the
companion of his youth, and a large family or chil
clren or a devoted mother. Amiablo and virtuous,
she won the esteem ol the community in which she
lived Her departure was in peace, lor.shc trusted
"in the living God who is the Savior of all men."
When brought low with
nj-j-iMtivmiijr, mil- u?sirea
ummomlon. Dec. ITilli. Mr. Ahm;i u:c i
Mv.)Vilki,n Uurn;11. gtd GO. Also, Jan. 3d, Mr
i Vr ' Sc .
in Uummerston. Jan. 2.1. of pm.innla. w:.inn.
....... i., in .u uibi vcar 01 ncr ace.
ri inters in Mass. arc requested.
In Guilford, Green River, Feb. 3d, Miss Gratia
ohepardson, aged 05.
In Westminster, on the 27lh ult., Widow Rebec
ca Jlannev. aired 71.
In Hinsdale, N. II., December 14lh, Mr Chester
Marsh, aged lo years. A great loss to hi family
nml MninmnilH It... f. V.t . . -
..hi -""""";, i"i, io oie wa
"Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord."
ters in Mass. are requested, iVc.
In Warrensville, Ohio, on the 2oth or No
nnd cnmniunitv. Hut for him. i.wi:
lUCMea nreiiie tleod Uiat die in the Lord." Pin.
1., CI II L- L .
: ,i , n?I , Mercy Anderson, wid-
ow of the late Mr David Anderson, 2d, sged o2
Jan. 24, Mrs Anna L., wife or Dca. Benoni Pratt,
aged (tS. '
In Colerain, Feb, 0, of canker rash, Ann Janelte,
youngest daughter 0r Lewis and Ann Clark, ajred
7 yearn. '
In IWatuck, 21th ult., Lydia Scott, aged 17
year. While standing near the stove, her apron
caught fire, which was immediately communlrnii..!
lo her Wholn rfrena Sl.n 1 :
but this not smothering tlJ0 flamei. she ran out of
two day. in great agony .he expired. I
To Bridge Builders.
THE committee appointed by the Hinsdale
. Uridno nnd Glh New Ha mnfthiri Turn
pike Corporntioh to build a Bridge across the
east branch of Connecticut river at this village,
will receive proposals fur building said Bridge
on or befiiro Wednesday the 21st dav of Feb
ruary, at l2,o'clock, M. The committee will
be 111 session at the store of J. II. Wheeler, on
said "1st day of February, to receive and ex
amine such proposals. Information will be
given to nny person interested, by applying to
either ofthe Committee.
CHS. CIIAPIN, )
JOS. GOODHUE, Committee.
JOHN II. WHEELKn K
Dratttcboro, Feb. 12, 1841.
The above named committee will also re
ceive-proposals for furnishing Pine Lumber for
constructing said Bridge, at the same lime snd
rTUIE Spring Term will commence Wcd-
J- nesitay, March C,
under its present teach-
N. U. Miss C. A. Pratt, Teacher of Mu
sic. Expenses low. Board, including
dentals, SI to 81,50 per week. Prospects the
same as iiiiueriu.
J. ROBERTS, Sec'y
February 12, 1844.
Watches, Jewelry &c.
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES, Clocks,
Time Pieces ofsuperior quality, warrant
ed first rate time keepers; a great variety of
Ilrea3t Pins, Rings, Gold Beads, Ear Rings,
Knobs and Drops, Gold and Jet Studs, Uroce
le! Clasps, Hitir Braid for Bracelets, Cull" Pins,
Gold Snaps, Lockets, Gold and Silver Pencils,
Gold Pens, Hearts and Crosses, Slides, Jet and
Gilt Combs, Keys, Seals and Chains,
Gold nnd Silver Spectacles
of evprv ilpserlnllon. Hnir Plnu. Rlii.ll Vl.,o
and Morocco Canl Cases, Putse Clasps, Rings
nnd Tassels for Purses, Hpad Ornaments,
Bugle Tiaras, gold and silver Tassels for the
neau, silver, sneu and ivory room ricks, silver
Thimbles, silver Table, Tea, Dessert, AIus-
laru anu sail
Cream Lndles, Sugar Tong3, silver, plated and
German silver Butter Knives, Brittnniatea and
coffee Pols, Sugar Howls and Creamers, plated
and brittannia Cbstors, (some splendid pat
terns,) briltnnnia Lamps, plated and German
silver Spoons, Sugar Tongs, Tea Bells,
Pearl and Ivory Salt Spoons, a good assort
ment of pocket Cutlery, Scissors, pocket do.,
Razors or all prices nnd nil qualities, Razor
Strops, powder pud's, plain anu wrought Shell
side nnd back Combs, Horn side and back
Combs; German Silver, Ivory, common and
Buffalo Horn Dressing Combs; a variety of
pocket rombs, line Ivory Combs; cloth, hair,
llesh, table, hat, tooth, nail, comb, shaving:,
of various patterns and prices; Cologne, Lav
gnder, Florida and Orange flower Water, a su
perior quality of Cologne, in large or small
quantities; n variety of French Extracts,
Smelling Salts, Hair Oils, shaving and toilet
Soaps; indelible Ink; morocco, steel, nnd sil
ver Spectacle Cases; steel, plated and German
silver Spectacles; tweezers, thermometers, ivo
ry nnu sliver XNur3e i uues, teething rings,
gnuirnnd tobacco Boxes, fancy boxes, Court
m ni - -
Plalster, Key Rings, Silk Purses. Pocket Hooka
nnd Wallcis, Crayons, Pencil Lends, Germnn
silver Pencils, Steel Pens and Holders, plain
nnd cut Beads of nil colors, Toy Watches,
Playing Cards, Dr Husby's Games, Back
Gammon Boards, Chess Men, Dice; a new
gaineTlhe Mansion of llappinessi Camphine
Lnriiii Wicks and Latpp Glasses; Astral Lamp
Wicks; Camphine Lamps; Forter'shurning
fluid Lamps; O. Hank's superior Surveyor's
Compass, with all the fixtures, warranted cor-
recti Various oilier-articles not mentioned
i ft r f tt rfi O 4 1 nv t is, lin, inl.l I.....
- " " w innnia.
" , H. D. BltACKETT,
"fa' 1 In Wheeler's Building
f.V February ,13, iSU. .a&'
T I .
linilml ill. II . ni I 1 . . . , " '
?A&m&&VtZ!S2 Woodbury & Burditt
mono yongosi.on,ftri;mcryLadd,a2ed.33vears. In ""'iS: 1 ".. ""!! txa vi?
ueauerl lliink what a woman oucht to be. and she V' ""wiuhu, wiui guou iiuuuings " ' i'"vi 10 mesiore lormeriy
was mat. l'rinters in N. Y. and Mass. aro rennr.t. "a"":- jr n. U. Ursckelt, 011
ed. &"c. !3IX months creilil. with o-orxl neeiirilv. fiir m ' i ownslev's. Just rrcpiv . n ,
irs anna uuslimsn, wire of Charles
man, Esq., formerly orBennington, aged 70
In Bennington, on the Glh inst., Mr Sam
Volenline. aired about 2(1.
NO $ i 0 E V
THE subscriber has ta
ken the shop for
merly occupied by D. II.
Tiiompsow, where he will
keep (or sale a good assort
Watches nml Jcirclry, Gold
and Silver Worif,
which he will sell at the lowest prices.
Watches and Clocks repaired on as favorable
terms as at any shop in this place. All war
ranted to give. satisfaction, and all favorsnralr
fully acknowledged. fl. RANGER,
I'ebruary 12, 1344. 0,5
Farm at Auction.
WILL be sold at Public Aiic-' ofrt'r ,,,lc 'ciVrence will be giVen when re
lion, on Tuesday the 5th 'l"'l.
day of March next, at i o'clock, MA" wmniuiiieatmns must be addressed to the
P. M., on the premises, the Farm
patt of the nurcliise inonev. will hi ntvm C
livniAiN iiuwe, Adm'r,
rinvap T?..tr.i.. t.t 10 nr
WILL be sold it public Vendue, all of the
Personal property behinging to the es
tate of Lewis H-jlinn, late of Dummcrston.det.
rinn.l mt ? I it t-.l ti it... cvf .1 nr L .
A. i.. t i
d.i.i romn.pnni mn,u, wf '
ASA KNIGHT, . , ,
JOHN CLAltK,5Adm rs-
Ar.sfj Will be sold at public vendue, at the
I 9u,ii uuy, uu ill ir liri!(MIUI
property belonging to the estate of George
Florida, late of Dummerslon, dt-reoecd.
ASA KNIGHT, Adm'r.
I-ehruary 10, 1844, 25
Unrivalled Success !
BE IT REMEMBERED, that out of up
wards of ONE HUNDRED AND
Vttn'I'V n Hit llt'Vlio .... 1... ir
Ihe Inst four iveU. (nf .. K.- ,1..
1 n O . 7 .
N. It. Gentlemen !,.. In I...- .1..!, '
anu received baptism. and l tile late Widow Lvil a .Innea. nf flninr. as v,ouri street. Uoslun. fit
garments made, can have them made at theirni,e,V riliciplcn of Plirgnlioil !
own price. All work warranted.
Uraltleboro, Feb. 13, 1844.
WE the subscribers being appointed by the
Hon. the Probate Courl for Ihe district
of Marlboro, commiitsioners to receive, exam
ine and adjust all claims and demands of all
persons against the estate of
late of Guilford in said District, deceased: and
also all claims and demands exhibited in offset
thereto; and six months from the 9th dav of
February, 1844, being allowed for that pur-
third Tuesday of June next, from 9 o'clock
Aj M. until four o'clock P. M. on eacli of said
UUMIonl, Kcb. 13, 1844
T7-.. T1 l
Water JrrOOI JJlaCkinS:.
TO AKER'S Water Proof Oil Blacking
the nuhlic. and ivffrrnnti! in nil naaw tr. :.,.
satisfaction or the money refunded.
Also b rank Miller's Leather Preservative,
for sale by p. SIMONDS.
Dratileboro, Feb. 14, 1844. 25
WILLISTON TYLER have recently
added largely to their slocks ol
Hnrd Ware, Drugs and Med
icines, Paints & Bye Stuffs.
Purchasers are invited to call, with an assu
rance of finding prices satisfactory.
Fchruary 14. Cw25
i Mil, I, SAWS,
CIRCULAR SAWS, hand, pannrl, back
and wood Saws: Files, all kinds, iust re
ceived and for sale by
WILLISTON i- TYI.KR.
bruary 14. 25
The 63a U' Scissor Club
ILL meet in their Club Room this week.
Numa will address ihe Club!
AT E, Scribe.
The Probate Court for the District of Marl
boro, to all concerned in the estate of ELI
JAH MASON, late of Vernon, in said
YOU are hereby notified that the petition ol
Aurelin Mnstin, Widow of said deceased,
for nn ass'gnment of personal property will be
heard liefore said rouit ol n session thereof lo
be held nt the Probate Office in Brotlleboro on
the first day or March next.
By order of Court,
A. KEYES, Register.
February 12, 1844. 5
The Probate Court for the District of Marl
horo, to all inlertstedin the estate of ELI
JAH MASON, tale, of Vernon in said
YOU are hereby notified that Ihe account of
the administratrix unon said estate will tic
heard liefore snid ourt at the session thereof
to he held at the Probate Oflice in Bratthboro,
on me iirsi uay oi Alarm next.
By order of Courl,
A. KEYES, Register.
February 12, 1S44. 25
ri AOf POUNDS of Fleece Wool, for
" -)"-' vV snt., Any person wishing to
purchase will please call on the subscriber.
GEORGE HEWES, JR.
Londonderry, Feb. 5, 1844. 24
"URE Camphine constantly for sale at the
JL lowest'piices by
iitc, no uicii-iuic ucicuy give nonce mat we inuiiu mosc wno nave suuereu, or who are still
will attend to the business ofonr appointment suffering from the injurious elects ol this old
at the dwelling house ol the Widow of the de-' system, of whose prociicnl utility the disease,
e-aRf-fl. mi tho thiril 'l'ormlnv of Af arnli mnA ili-rau. mnj uliar ,mei,ni:n ,.e.'l.n i. . . .
Save your Postage ! .
.1 ItKBiEllMX, OFFJEiC.
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1 for Joseph Foster, Winchester, N. H.
Febrtinry 3, 1844.
TEAS prime Green nnd Mark.
Coffee--Laguirn and Manilla.
Molanes Orleans nnd West India.
. Sugr$ Havannn and Muscovado.
Ilnisins, CurraiilM, Figs, Rice, fiiarch, Soda
IJwcuil, &r tJcr., just ti-ceivcd ami for sale low
by , WILLISTON & TYLER.
Feb. 8, 1844. 04
TpURE Winter strained SPERM OIL;
-Vn.,... w't. n:, "- , bleached;
"w",iu " iihii. ju?i rrrrivcu oy
vu a ,B WILLISTON & TVLER.
Feb. 8, 1844. 6w24
A LARUE quantity of Coehrnn's celebrated
HORSE IANIMEN'V. n., cnl h tu.
"7en or "'"O'e bottle by
PUIUFYING AND PRESERVING
THE American public has for a long time
been the victim of O false anil ilnnnrriuia
system of medicine founded on the practice of
LONG CONTINUED AND UNRELIEV-
KIJ I'UIIUATION. The evils of this old
system are ofthe most wide-spread and alarm
ing character. They have reached through
every vein and arterv of our njiinn. In mn,
city, and village, and hamlei in every Slate
and Territory of our vast Republic, will be
it furnish the most condemning proofs!
COMMON DRASTIC PURGATION
scours out the system by the most improper
and violent means, and ih en li?nvp it. wpnk
Mow, feeble, debilitated, to regain its strength
as best it may. Sometimes the conseouenres
ol tins old Purgative procure are worse than
re debility. Inflammation or the Bowels,
,. , cvcr' ",0y W8 ami oilier horrible
wu..,v.m.ivc me; iii(;L-aiivc
organs are deeply and permanently injured by
this coarse and uniihllosophiral practice, leav
ing ihe patient JiN INVALID FOR LIFE!
The alarming evils and absurdities of the old
system of Purgution, have led to the introduc
tion of a new life-giving Medicine, called COR
NARO'S PURIFYING AND PRESERV
ING PILLS, which are established on this
new and only true principle of Purgation, viz:
NO PURGATION WITHOUT IMMEDIATE
The use of this admirable Purgative remedy
strikes a death blow to that abominable svslem,
which by continually evacuating the bowels
without any conservative or saving power, so
dreadfully and fearfully prostrates and injuics
the unhappy patient. These purifying and
preserving Pills are believed to cons'litute the
perfection ol medirine, being n UNIVERSAL
VEGETABLE PURGATIVE, containing
two great remedies combined, viz: One reme
dy to PURIFY FROM CORRUPTION, nnd
another to PRESERVE FROM INJURY
And for Ihe purpose of attaining the highest
degree of purity in Ihe preparation of th,e
Pills, Dr. Brodlee has, at a vast expenditure
of lime and money, invented and patented at
Washington a chemical and philosophical ap
paratus for distilling and refining vegetable ex
THE SEVEN-FOLD FURNACE,
njMiwerful and novel machine having Seven
Fires aud Seven Alembics, with distilling, con
densinc, and evauoratinir fixtures of n n,..u
jngenitius contrivance, eapnble of obtaining
more man seven limes I lie ordinary purity ol
any vegetuble extract heretofore uivd in com
pounding medirine. The Balsamic and Pre
serving power of these Pills is nlso, by this in-'
veniion, highly puiilied and refined, and so
mingled with the operative medicine that it re
pairs nil the injuries created by Purgation as
""v vhuscu, uuu strongly lortities
the system agninst future corruption and decay.
CO-The celebrated PURIFYING AND
PRESERVING PILLS, purify the body from
corruption, and preserve it from injury and de
cay bv a bingle operation. They ore u Uni-
VPI-Rnf Vf-n-Hlnhli- Plirnnlluu r,r,...A...: :
all diseases ofthe human system in which pur
gation is required, particularly in Jaundire, In
digestion, Dyspepsia, Eruptions of the Skin,
Scrofula, Piles, Costiveness. Bilious Disorders,
Liver Complnint, Fevers, Nervoti3 Disorders,
Inward Weakness, Cholic, Dysentery, Worms.
Gout, Rheumatism, Female Complaints, De
pression of Spirits, Debility of System, Fits,
td1 BEWARE OF UNRELIEVED
PURGATION I Purge and Preserve, or do
not attempl In purge at all.
. tX3- Price 25 rehls per Box, With lull direc
tions, Essay on Health ond Long Life, &c.
Sold wholesale and retail, bv the sole nronri
eir nry i. F. BRADLEE, !
70 Court St., corner of Brattle St., Buslati 1
DUTTON& CLARK, Bratllebnro; Nor-'
man, Harris, Bellows Falls) J. Ro,s, Jr..
Woodstock: Peek fe St.ei- IMirlim...... nii.i!
ilc'ColliuMoutfiller. a.n - 31 '
Floiir ! Flouri
THE subscribers hnvo on hand and 'for sal
by the load of slnjjle bitrrel, ' "' '.''" I
... 50 llbls. Smilh tl Alcolt's'brand, '"" -
Y. A. Snnldinp'a
Haluvia MilU -
Tho nlinve mpnlifimvl nrnntl vi.A !....!. i
' . - --- - ' - " " " vrt u UIAIIU9 III
II' loiir? and will be delivered to customers' i
I Ibis vicinity fiee of expense, and cxrhaneed or
..f.vs uui.r K mtjr uu ijui nun iiurciinfrrn.
G. rt C, LA WHENCE.
Draillelioro, Feb. 6, 1844. . 24v
STATE OP VEIIJVIONT.
DismicT or Westmihstsu, if.
At a Probate Court held at Ihe Inn of Abnef
Johnson, In Townshend In said district, oil
the last Wednesday in January, 1844, bcin
the 31st day of said monlh, present, Hon.
Ei.i.erv Ali.br, Judge, comes under con
sideration the following, viz:
To the Hon. the Probate Court for the Dis
trict of Westminster
COMES Peyton It. Chnmlh,rsdmiDnitrlor
ofthe estate of JOHN SMITH, Tate of
Putney in said district, deceased, and makes
known that on or about the 24ih day of April
A. D., 1837, Messrs. Keyes it Haven of sal
Putney being about to assign tberr properly
for the benefit of creditors', bv their deed oT
that dale conveyed to William Henry, Thom
as Sandfurd, nnd the said John Smilh, their
Woolen Factory nnd Fariory lot of abost fit
teen acres of land with the nppurtenanres, sit
uate in said Putney, in trust, to sell and I
iose of for the purposes mentioned in said as
signmenl; and thai the said assignees, before
I nit- uceease 01 tnc sain jorin smith, had bar
gained to sell and convey the same lo Horace
I Onion of Chester, and Samuel Aloigan of Ver-
Bcnnes, anu James 11 eyes ol I'nlney; but thntf
the conveyance thereof was not executed bv
the 6aid John Smith during his lifetime', nf
thoilgh the consideration thcieof'hns been paidi
over, and said conveyance executed bvlhe oth
er assignees; thesnid Peyton R. Chandler, ad
ministrator as aforesaid, therefore prays, said)
court tu decree Ihe rxicntion of said trust, and
license nnd empower him 10 Join the other as
signees in conveying the premises, agreeable
to the statute in such case made and niovided..
PEYTON It. CHANDLER.
Townshend, January 31, 1844.
And il i.4 nrdereil liv llif. ennrl ilmi itA
jeet matter ol said application stand for hear
i.irr n hil ilnnlu.i. i. 1 I I , .
1 ' ""m wih.-umi u nil; et.Qiiii! ill up lieill Bp.
the Inn of Chafll-e Turner in Gtafion in
said district, on the last Wednesday in Febru
ary 1844; nnd for the purpose of f.ilifving ali'
persons interested in Ihe same, it is furthrT or
dered that notice thereof and the time amU
place of hearing be given by publication in thu
Vermont Phoenix, printed at Uraltleboro. in
said Slate, Ihree weeks in succession previous
ihereto, that they may appear and object t
the same if they shall see cause.
24 JAMES' H. PHELPS, Probate Reg.'L-
STATU OP VERMONT. '
District or Westminster s." ;'"
At a Probale Court held at the Inn of Ahnerr
Johnson, in Townshend in said district, ott
the last Wednesduy in January, 1844, being:
the Slst day of sa'id month, present, Hon;
Er.LEnr Alloe, Judge comes under con
sideration the following, viz:
To tht Hon. Prolatt Court for the district of.'
COMES Eliza R. Smith, Widow or JOHN
SMITH, lati! of I'niiipir ;,,;,! .i:,.:...
deceased, and prays said court to assign to ber
ii nyi uCc iiiioi-i, me iiousepoiu f urniture
of said deceased, amounting na npprnised to
the sum of onoi nm
v 1 ,
Also, 1 Cow, appraised at the sum of G,'50J
amounting in ine wnole to the sum or two
hundred and forty-six dollars and hTiu-nlnn.
cents. ELIZA It. SiMI'l'll
Townshend, Jan. 31, 1844.
And it is ordered bv the court that the enlu-
jeel mailer of said application stand forbearing
nun I'ctiaiiin iii me session to tie held at the
Inn ol Charles Dickinson, in Rockingham iiu
said district, on the Inst Wednesday in March,.
1844 and, for the purpose of notifying all per
sons interested In said estate, it is further or
dered that notice of the same nnd the time nnd'
iiince ol Hearing be given by publication in ilie
Vermont Pha-nix. minted at Hrntilehnm ml
said State, three weeks in succession previous
. i .1... .i . . i..
i iic-icm, nidi ine.v may appear anu ohject to
Ihe snnm if they shall see cause.
24 JAMES IL PHELPS, Probate Reg'rJ
To the Prolate Court for the Distritt of
OMES Franklin Butterfield. administrator
J de boms nnn rf I flT lint r a wn i-.J
of Uraltleboro in said district, defeased, and
lepresenis jiiaru would be benefirial to Ihe
heirs and those interested in said estate thai
the whole of the real eflaleofsaid deceased
being a house and house lot in the East villngtf
of Uraltleboro, and one pew in the brick meet-
HUT boUSe in Wt Hr.lllnKriir. l.l.
said heirs principally residing out ofthisSlalej
and he herewith files Ihe assent of oil the beirn
residing in ihis Stale, lie theiefore prays lt
i pen me- suiutr m aur-uun nr MilvQm
sate. FRANKLIN BUTTEIt FIELD.'
January 25, 1844.
And norr. nnnn tin- rp,l!nir .r ..liiiu.
it is ordered liint ihp innm h l,..,,i ., -,....!
sinn of said court to be held nt the Probate Of
ore in Jiranietioro on the first dav of Mnrrlt
next; and llintjill interested be notified thert'of
by a puldicalion of said petition and this order,
three weeks successively In the Vernionl Ph'ui
nix nn soon rj mnv he. ..-,
Done in Court, January 25, 1844. -
24 A,' KEYES, rtegWcrV
Tht Probate CoUrt for the District of-JirM'
boro, lo all int fret ted in the estate afflQRi
ACE SEVERANCE, late of Vernon tft
satd Dtstrtct, deitaied.
YOU are hereby notified that llienccolihl of
i . v-Me,?Q8 M Washburn, executor, of tho
last Will or said defeased, will lie heard lleforS
said rourlut the session therfor to be held at
the Probate Oflice ill Braitleboro, bn the first
day of March next
By order or bodrt,
. , n (ol. A. KEYES, Ileg'r.
February 0, J 844. 35 .
Tht Pr'dbale Court for the Dhltitl of Marl
boro, Id all coneenied . ih the estate ' of
"CHARD Kippmi Jr., Meof WardZ
boro, in satd JDuIrtclj deceased,
Y0Hn!h "ty .h?illied, l'nal 1,10 "PP''a-.7-,
Lh t rfth??lTm 5lUl,',lli-on id estate for
an extehsloii 0 (he lln.fe heretofore lin.iied Tor
mm 10 rei der Ids adihlnistrnl ion nccount nml
pay thedebts of said defeased, will be heard ot
a session of Kaid roUtt lobe held at Braille,
horo In said distiici; on the day ol Match,
3 , A3.) KDVESjUgFi-r,