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Tub Name of Tilt Sarjnac Soino lime
tigo, tho London Times published an account of
tlio neglect (if a United States steam-corvette j
with "a complicated name, borrowed from some
trans atlantic stream," to salute the English ad- I
mtral at Lonstanlinnple. A correspondent of,
tho Journal of Commerce, writing from Genoa,!
siates mai no was present ai uonstantinnpie
when the Saranac arrived, and that the omis-,
sion to saluto was in strict accordance w ills na-'
al etiquette, thai It was perfectly understood
by tho British officers, between whom and the
American the beat feeling prevailed. The cor-
respoiiuent 01 ine journal 01 uommerco con
cludes with tho following sharp paragraph :
"As to his facetious forgelfulness of tho
'complicated name of the 'steam-corrette,' ho
might readily have refreshed his memory by
reference to tho history of tho war of 1814
or to the archives for that yoar uf the horse
guards and admiralty, where all needful infor
mation might have been obtained respecting
'the trans-atlantic stream1 from which it was
The Saransc Is a riser that empties into
I, ike Champlaln, near l'latlsburg, whero the
llriush fleet was captured by Macdonough,
Sept. 1, 1814, and 11,000 Ilritish troops, un
der Sir George I'rovosl were repulsed at tho
same lime. Vrovidcnce Journal.
Editors and tub Law. An interesting cac
fir editors and ambitious correspondents, has
just reached a decision in the Franklin county
coutt. Georgo 1 Houghton, a young man
who had occasionally contributed fur the col
umns of tho St. Albans Mcsjcnger, during the
years between 1810-49, saw fit, in 1851, to
prosecute the publisher, E. H. Whiting, for
-euitonai services arm proot reading," Claim-j
ing damsgea amounting to $1500. This caso
has just been decided, in an award of $100
damages to the platnliir. II seems that during v ,,haugh, as yet, he had never seen him.
the years when Houghton corresponded for the I ,. thereupon procured a raw hide, and abrupl
Mesaenger, his arliciea were never of acharae- y entering his neighbor's tenement, inquired In
ter to warrant cditorialiiing, but always ap- , threatening tone for the 'man of the house.'
peared over some anonymous signature. They - am here, sir,' said a personage of upwards
wcro published more out of compliment to Ihe if fcel weighing over two hundred, as lie
writer than otherwise, were mostly ambitious ,p,roached lo learn the business of his ncigh
polilical articles or noticraof books and periodi- Dor, -Did I understand joii. that you were Ihe
csls which the plainiilThappcned l coma across i RCntlcman of the bouse!' 'Yes. sir.' 'Well,
and were provided at irregular intervals, thus jj j dIOpped in, sir, toseclflhiswaayour
rarsiy 11 ever relieving mo euuur 111 111s cares
and labors. Ihe "proofreading -was exclu
aiVely the reading of plaintifla longer articles,
a privilege which he sought, aod which ia nev
er considered a special favor except lo the cor
respondents. More than this, llio plaintiff:
claimed the credit "of cstabliahing and main
taining by his own labors the prosperity and
character of the Messenger."
The Democrat If Rat-cons, Ohio tellsastory
of cruelty and brutality too had for belief. A
man named Sheru Lowia waa convicted of as
sault and battery on his motherless boy of eleven
Years, and. sent to the penitentiary for three
years. lie struck It is boy with a barn shovel,
cleamog tho scalp to the skull. He then kick
ed him out of doura, kicked him in the mouth,
rubbed hia face in the anow afterwards drag
ged him Into the house, aworc he would cut
hia head ofi, and made a deadly thrust at him
with a butcher knife, which Iho boy by a quick
movement, escaped. Ills father then knocked
liimatown, and left him bleeding upon the floor,
prfa former occasion, Lo is pointed a loaded
gun at ihe boy, and undera threat to shool him,
made him climb a telegraph pole. A short
time before the death of his wife, they lost a
child. While his wife was on tier sick, and
as it proved, death-bed, Lewis went lotlie grave
dug up the child, took il from tho coffin, tore
offiis shroud, and thrust Ihe child into the bed
of his dying wife, saying, wuh horrid impreca
tions, thai "she might have her child if she
made such a fuss sbont it." This ho did be
cause his wife moaned immoderately for her
child. And thia devil bad the hardihood in
parting with hia abused boy, after conviction,
lo kiss him and show emotion.
Faimrxi.i Covntt, The Greenfield tool com
pany has chosen Lucius Niins, William Plait,
,11. Woods and KrJJrwcy directors, and Geo.
D. Wells clerk ; subsequently, George W,
Poller was chosen president ; II. Woods, tress-
urer; and A. Patker agent. The company
declared no dividend, last year, although the
profits amounted to 15 per cent, because nf bad
debts which it waa necessary lo meet. The
Greenfield Gazette says that during the last four
yeara 400 different scholars have been entered
upon the register of the village school in that
town, and of this number but two have died,
one of whom was burnt to death. Lester L.
Dewey nl Greenfield lost a cow valued at $70,
last week, by choking to deaih with a piece of
turnip. I ho Gazette ears that tlurly or forty
persons contemplate emigration West, from
Heath, tins spring, Wilhin a few weeks W
W, Willis ofOiange has sold ihe rights tn man
afacture his stump puller iu Michigan and. Ohio,
for about 512,000. Arthur Gilmar. of Boston,
who was anouueed to lecture in Greenfield.
Thursday evening, will not lecture in thai place
until next week, The levee given by ihe la
dies of the Methodist church. iu Greenfield, last
week, realized $50.
Max and Wouah Killed. The down mail
iraio.qver the Cheshire, road on Saturday aAor
noon, while passing through the snow cut just
below Ashburnbam, ran over and killed a man
and a woman. They were walking on the track
and cut being on a curve In the road, and so
deep and narrow that it, was Iinmpossible for
them lo escape. No blame is attached to the
engineer, as fhe instant he discovered them ev
ery effort was made to stop the trsin ; but il
was loo late. The unfortunate peraons ducov
ered their danger and closely hugged the bank,
bul there was no room fur thein. The man
was badly cut up and instantly killed. The
woman waa less disfigured, and unconsciously
gasped for a few muments, They were Irish,
and probably between 20 and 30 years old.
When the train left it was not ascertained who
ihoy were or .where they belonged, We have
thcae melancholy particulars from Mr, E. Hoy
den, mail agent.
Uemocbatio Doctrine in Virois!, The
democratic stale convention of Virginia, closed
iis session at Richmond, Saturday night aftor
re-laying all the planks of the demoeiailo plat
form from JefTerson dowp, especially the squat
ter sovereignly doctrine as established in the
Kansas-Ncbrosia bill, enforced by Atchison and
Slrjogfullow and reinforced by president Tierces
proclamations. The convention cordially ap.
proved of ihe cardinal, measures of president
Pierce's policy, but wished it distinctly under,
stood iha it expressed mi preference for blot or
fur any candidate likely to coma before the Cin
cinnati convention. It waa only with this de
cided qualification that the resolution approving
Ihe policy of ihe administration could be made
Pesnsilyahia Dcmocbatio Contention.
The Slate Deniocr'atle Convention of Pennsyl
vania was in session st Hariisborg, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Tha members expressed
their preferences lor presidential candidato as
follows : Uiicfianan ISO, Dallas S, and Ho-
chanan was tlicn tnada the first clinics of llis
convention by accfainrtion. The resolutions
aJoptcd go fur the Union, deprecate slavery ag-
ilalinn, endorse the Nebraska act snd the repeal
of the .Missouri renrlclliiii and tleimiinco Free-
soilism ami Americanism, ueoroe Scott or
Columbia, was nominated for canal commission-
cr i Jacob Try fur auditor general. The con-1
jventlon choso delegates to Cincinnati, adopted
I a special resolution cungntulaling Virginia on
the election of Henry A. Wise as governor,
and hating reached that grand climax, adjourn
The At.TcntD Marriage Sirtici. The late
James Silk llockinghstn, M. P., in his auto
biography, siya "While working at the the
Clarendon Press, Uifurd, It waa currently
morcd that some of the ynnng practical jokers Cummlngs & Flagg lo be the first prectleal den
of the university, while the sheet containing the , , ,e c!ly of dcmi.u, aDnd are carrying
marriage service was about lo bo worked offas thelr worV t0 mr d;,.r.uUe In Christendom.
nnauy correcieu, nniucKeu ine 101m, iook out 1
a single v and substituted in Ha place letter A.
Tho result was that when the sheets were print
ed, that part of Iho service which rendered tho
bond irrevocable was so changed as to make it
easily dissolved, and the minister to ask tho
par'ics if they would love, comfort, honor, Ac.
one another so long as ye both shall Me."
The pbyaical appearance ofa man sometlmea
changes the current of events. The children
of two neighboring families had their daily quar
rels and lights, which resulted occasionally in
bruised faces and torn garments. The father
of ono family, believing his children to have Veen
sadlv maltreated, and beine a naasinnate man.
conclude I that the snresl way to sctile the dif-
ference between their households permanently,
would be to chastise the head of the other farai-
Mr. Pillmori's Nomination. The Hoston
Chronicle thus concludes an article upon the
nomination o( FlUmofc :
"When ihe South shall nominate Mr. Gar
rison fur tho Presidency, when the frco Stale
men of Kanzaa shall call upon Stringfellow to
lead them, when General Gushing shall beheld
an honest man by any ono whn is acquainted
with him, and when President Pierce shall be
looked upon as a statesman then, bul not un
til then, will the- Tsorth support f illmore for
tho Presidency. The bringing up of such a
string of dry bones for a leader in a niighly
war, is every whit as ridiculous as it would be
lo send a recruiting sergesnt into an old grave
yard in seareli of soldiers."
Tin Rvrriaxs Motino against Kansas.
Intelligence from Kansas to February S0iii,re
ceivsd at Chicago, states that the 'Kickapoo
rangers,' a roinpany of Atchison's men, had
commenced making preparations to drive Ihe
free stale men from their claims. The scatter
ed settlers will be powerless against these
scoundrels, who will not probably undertake an
attack against Lawrence or sny of the towns.
At Independence, Mo., a dispatch had been re
ceived from tho ruffian leaders, lo send tho Mis
souri tnilitis to the border counties, and ibey
would rendezvous at fort Scott in Kansas.
After the Uoitcd Slates marshal and his
posse had taken the slaves from Cincinnati and
lodged them in jail at Covington, they held a
jubilee over their exploit, at the Magnolia Ho
tel. The marshal, II. II. Robinson, who is
also publisher of the Cincinnati Enquirer, made
a speech, saying "il as a pleasure to him to
peiform an act thai added another link to the
glorious cAom thst bound the Union. Several
of the Ohio lawvera and deoolv marahala also
madn nneeehns all nlurifvlnir the rendition of
Ihe slaves as working a new salration of the
Union and laying the country under immense
obligations to themselves.
No Orion or Calouil. There are many
persons of an excitable Nervous Temperament
who cannot use any of the popular Cough Rem
edies of the day, on account of the Opium which
they contain. Tu ail aueh we would say. Drt
Rogcri' Liverwort, Tar, atld Canchalagva is
free from this ohjclion, as it conlsins no Opi
urn, Calomel, or any mineral whatever. It ia
at the aame time surprisingly efficacious. Ev
ery Diuggitt has il.
A shoemaker received a mite from a lady to
v)iom he was particularly attached, requesting
him to make her a pair of shoes, and not know-
ing exactly the atyle she required, be despatch
ed a written iniealvelo her, asking her whether
she would like lliem " Wround ur Eta. Toad.11
The fair one, Indignant at thia rich apecimen of
orthography, replied, "Kneelher."
Couohino in Ciidrcii. Those who are
troubled wilb a bad Cough, and wisli lo attend
church without dlsturbingawholecongregallon
on the Sabbath, should make immediate use of
Dr. Uogert' JJcmeorl, Tar, and Canchatagua
which breaka up tho mosl distressing Cough,
ususlly in a few hours' lime. Il is kept at all
On Sunday morning;, the 17th nit., the wife
of Itev. C. N. Seymour, of Whaiely, gave
birth to a son and daughter. A few hours af
ter, Ihe Re', gonilcnian edified his congrega
tion by preaching from Ibe text, "Suffer little
child i en to come unto ine, and forbid lliem nut."
A speckled trout, 28 inches in length and
weighing 19 pounds, was caught In Lake 0'
Claire, a hundred miles northeast nf Montreal,
As Mr. Clay used to say, we should be "glad
lo aee it."
CAMllKIDCli CATTLH MAIUtr.T.
Wans must, March 8, 1856.
Al market lo.ilay 3W Cattle moiilv llee.es,
I'nicrs JirirrSfrr-Extra S8atlo0i hlnaalitv
e1a7A1 Jddo. SSSOafJiSddo aSaHM. 1
Stokes IVi On none.
Coat and Cell ft $K, SO, 4aao0.
Shttp 350 al market. Prices. Extra 58. DalO.
By lot. SS 40. 4 40, 5 CO, 6 M)a7 00.
7iiifow Cs8Je per lb. ffiJtt6 .Sa7e per lb.
PtUl. Hal 40. CatSkint KjcalSt'erlb.
ltemsrka-There is a tieehus in Beef, snd indica
lions of a still further dechus, as there is large numbers
of Cattle iu ths Weftlsrn Sialss lo bs sent lo msrkel
this Spring. The Sheep at msrkel lodsy are of rath
er poor nastily sud dullofsalSBla.kin prices, There
it aboul 400 Sheep a Brighton from Ohio, for which
ihe owners are atkhig $B a 0 per head) buyers oat
williug lo comply.
There were 4i ears over the llovton asd Mains tail,
road, SOoterlha Bovleu and Lowell Itailroad, snd
noos had arrived oyer lbs Fnehburg llsilrosd, loaded
wllh eallte, sheep, swine, and horses.
HOrS The market for new eontinues oulet, Ibe
demand iH-ing ronliaed to brewers sale. ol'40 bales,
hi .ci. a lois, at TatOe, for comawa ie choice Eaitera
and We.ura. Old cootlwies dull and satlrsly tuwi-
IlUaconceJe4rw!M,tUt."VllrANTin IMMEDIATELY 2 good i
no city In (lie world excels lloslon In (lie slilll of
lis Dental Surgeons. The stranger who Jrsversca
the city will U struck with the high position they
held, but nowhere will he Dud this art In higher
perfection, than If. arrested bv a curious anatoml.'
cal eshlMtlon of the progress of dentition to be'
scm In an eVmmt show rlu t of, Trrmont ttnw
opposite the Boston Museum, ho ascends to the
toomi of Dr. Ccmiiscs & Futon. Tho Doctors 1
m n.,A, ,, lh, ), Improvements
i ,i 0 i,,,,.,!. in(rm.i, -f .t,-ir -
betterments ef their own.
'fitr mode of selling
g teeth, single oa In sets, on
the prlnclplo of atmospheric suction, without hoots
or any dejicndcnce whatever in remaining teeth or
stumps. Is essentially Iheiroun and eminently suc
cessful. The power of any rasn to do thingt in tht right
ro-i.d .CMrdinIrtr it,, nubile has discovered Ilrt.
BOSTON WHOLESALE PRICES CL'RIIEN'T.
Coircrl4ttl Weill-forlliC Vcruioot 1'Iiuenix
TiiuiuiiAT. Murcti Ctli, 1B-C.
FLOUR. Tho mitUl tiat been Inactive, tut hol l
ers arc firm. Stock UimluIiheJ aaJ receipt!
Da,, f Aiicy,
II jc Flour,
7 75 a 8 00
8 00 a 10 00
7H5 a 7 60
7 25 a 7 50
7 75 a 8 00
8 00 a 10 00
72o a 760
7 7.1 a 8 00
800 a 10 00
6 60 a C'Jj
8 87 UIK)
Oft.UK The market fur Corn isunsettlcd, and !
prlocs have a downward lendency. OaU.dull
and have declined. live dull and lower.
Corn, Northern, per uushel.f 0 00 a$'l 80 '
Do., Southern yellow,
0 Oil a 0 68 i
Do., uo. white.
Do., Western, mixed
0 70 a 0 "5
. 0 75 a 0 80
170 a 210
1 fa) a 1 05
100 a 110
0 41 a 0 42
0 30 a 0 40
1 25 a 2 60
PROVISIONS. The demand Is more active tor
rova anu mo market is qaiie nrm. jicci is
dull. Lard firm. Hogs sold as fait ss re-
cciveu si quoiea prices, jauiier is steady out
Beer, Weat. Mesa, Ex.,perbbl., 15 00 a IS 00
Do., " " good. " 13 70 all 00
Do., " " com'n," 13 00 a 13 50
Do., Eastern, " 1200 a.13 50
Pork, extra clear, " 00 00 20 00
Do., clear, " 19 25 a 11) 75
Do., mess, " 17 50 a 18 00
Do., prime, " 1150 a 17 60
Lard, keg, per lb. 12 a
Do., bbt, " 11 a
Hams, lloston smoked, " lOIj a
Do., Western do., " 10 i
Hogs, dressed, " 71 a
Butler, Vermont ex., " 25 a
Do., choice, " 25 a
Do., fair to prime, " . 23 a
Do., ordinary, " 15 a
Cheese, Vermont, good, " .6a
Potatoes, common, per bushel ' 45 a
Do., Peacltblows, " 60 a
Do., Carter, " 70 a
Clover, Northern, perlb.,
lfo., ttest. & souin
1st sort, 1855,
Full blood Merino,
Do., No. 1,
Do., No. 2,
NEvr-VonK, March C, 1850,
WOOL We nuote: '
American Mss. lu-ree per lb.
Do. Full'blnml .Merino,
Do. I aod -V-A .Merino,
Do. Nallveand 1-3 do.,
Sup. Pulled Country, -Do,
1 Pulled Country,
K-itra do., .
IVr.it ian Wa.Id. -
41 ' 41
. a; sa
. .171" 38
3D ' 3J
. 41 ' 43
. 13 II
. Vabarsito Unwathed,
So. Am. Com. Wsil.ed, .
TI2A t'AKTT, It is proposed by persons
Interested tn the completion of the new Meeting
House In East Guilford, to hold a Tea Party In said
bouse, on Wednesday, 12th inst
il ds desiirned to furnish an ample and varied
repast, so that the reasonable expectation of all
rosr be satisfied. AdJresses and remarks are ex
pected from neighboring clergymen, nnd other
gentlemen, interrpersed with mttsle, vocal and In
strumentalthe Brass Band frora Brattleboro be
A cordial invitation is tendered to all the citl
sens of Guilford and all the neighboring towns.
And it is hoped that they will embrace this oppor
tunity for reviving old, ant, forming new acquain
tances. N. B. The proceeds will be appropriated to fin
ishing me lostue ot saia nouse.
I PrirA nf Ailfnlsalnn 0 els. Doers rmen it rl
'o'clock. Tickets may be hid in Brattleboro, at
'' J. Steen & Sons Bookstore, and at the store of
StodJtrd & Leonard.
Guilford, March Cth, 1850.
MASONIC NOTICK. The Yegular com-
rnuntcatlon of Golden Bale Lodge cf Fr and Ac -
ccpted Masons will be held at their Hall In Tulney
on the Wednesday -next nrccedlnir the full moon
In each rno.lh, at 10 A. M. J. LOW, See.
J. r .v" r '- 77 . '
At tne American nouw, in tins tiiusre. Marca
G, by U.v. J,.C. Foster. Mr. ALatnr W. Abbott
of Putney and Mlaa L. Maria Walkea of Dum-
! merston. Also, at tbesame time and place by the !
same, Mr. Axtiioxt L. HuxTLtr and Miss Jake
Walker, botluof the same place.
In Wilmington, March 1st, by Rev. Mr. Gilford,
Mr. Cu vblks M. Quur of Wilmington and 3Hss
Maar A. M'oon of Brattleboro.
In Faycttevllle, Feb. 28lh, by Rev. 0. Warren,
Vua D BaIIoJ o S :rT ' '
?n Coiwat . SS. bv N. B Child..
Iq., Mr. Ciias. W. Bisscixof Wilmington and
at.' n.... w n,....i.r V11..1 . ,'
ansa oauau o. iviiitset ot ivnway.
In thia village, March 6th, Maj, James rsrn. ,
nnooK, aged 81, I
In Bratlleboro, Feb. 9, Mr. Ltuae Mixta, K.
OP LIICTURE COM.
Lecture Committee in account
with J. F. Steesi. Cr.
By cash for 203 Season Tickets, . - - $303.00
f 16 Evening Tickets, - . w 8,75
" " " 14 Half Season Tickets, . . 7.00
' " Taken at door. . ..... .25.00
To cash paid Park Benjamin for Lecture, $50.00
u. -limny, ao.,- .... zo.uu
Bayard Taylor, do.,. - . .60.00
A Miner, do OiOO
D. C. lildy, do., ..... 87.00
v., VI, DUICK, uo., .... xo.uu
Rev. Mr. Tyler, do., . - . 7.95'
Rent of Qhurch, 8 evenings,. 66.00 1
Door keeper, ...... 4.00 1
uyiner, printing, - - . - 10. no
Q. II. Salisbury, commission, 10.66
Miner, coach for Mr. Benjamin, 1.00
- , ........ .
.".""S?"? , , 1 in 19 " , , iT Vuf".
W before this but for the illness of the member of
the oomnilltoe hating it In charge, and ths absence
I ef Ibo committoe'a chairman, 10
x i j-aimcrs snii i artiuhfra iir nnia iinfl. mr.
nituro also, ttCo first rate Cabinet Makers, by
8. S.J; II. DATES.
Rrallteboro", tI'cli 0, 1830. 3wl0
rrtO HELL Oil KHXT, The store build
I"?0" lh coiner of .Main and Bridge Slreeti
Dralllcboro, March lib, 1856.
AXANTED IMMRI)IATi:l,Y,s Jour,
v neyman House l'slnter, one who uoder-
Simula Imitation and Urainlnc. br
Bralllcboro, March 0th, 1850. 10
O hwc Ave iroo-l common 1HLIM(IIH wJiich
tliey will c11 chenp In eichnnjce for Wool or Lum-
oer. ai, ono ituiaiai 1 u.w.i
J. II. k . II. K4TEKUR0OK.
M.irch,6tli, 1850. ifl
rilllK BprinR Terra will commence Woluehy
a. urcu lUi, ani continue eleven tteeki.
GKOIian CIIAl'LV, Frlnclju.1.
NortliScll, Feb. 20, 1850.
statu or VUUMO.Vr,
Wl.fDIUU, 89 IX ClUKCCRT,
I lorn co Nmllh r U'm. A I'lpcr.
TriIKUi:A3. Horace Smith of Wilmlnston. tn
V dM Count, flleJ this tly Iu tU ofHce of
(be Clerk of the Court of Chancery fur taUl Coon
t, liii petition agalnit WiUUui A. Viper, late of
aViM miminton, out now retnorcj irom win otAio
auil gone to parts unknown, returnable to the
April Term of aU Court to be beU at Xrwfne hi
nahl Count on. the thm Tiiels of April, Hs3,
epttini furth lu substance tfut Oct. 12. 1851. nai-l
I'lpcr mortgrsgctl Smith one unJlvMcl hilf of
certAin un-i situato in loo tillage or iMiiniitRton
oforwaid, ami bounJcl norttiwanlon highway
wesiwaru on unusoi uiuvenansi oociei in jm
Wilmington .lamls of Bobool District No. two In
Wilmington a'nd on highway southward on Ihe
road or lane leading from Ihe house of J. M.
H.illds to Ell Shaw's eastward on lands ef K
Oorham. Jr.- eentalntmr. aboulone half acre, con-
l ditionnl fjr Ihe payment of 870O, specified In
t aeven promUKry nclc", executed by the said Piper
' and payable to said Smith or bearer, one thereof
! cn Ihe first of May nest after date thereof and one
I annually therctfter until the whole were paid .with
1 Interest annually, a part of which is now due and
nwintr anil has not LWn aeeunlinir to Ihe ef-
feet of the same and praying that the equity of
rcleraptlon ot sall t'icr In the premises may be
forccloso! agreeably lo the Act of forcclising
Mortgages iu equity.
And It now ADnearlnff that the aaU William A.
Piper resides without the State, it is ordered by
Ihe Chancellor that the petitioner notify the said
Piper of said petition, and of Ihe term of the Court
to which the same is returnable, by publishing Ihe
substance thereof, wilb this order, for three weeks
successively In the Vermont Pho-nix, printed at
BrAttleboro, tn said Windham County, the last
publication to be at least twenty days previous ta
said April Term ol aald court, which will be
deemed sufficient notice lo said Piper to appear and
answer to said pititlon.
Given under my hand at BrallleUro In said
County this Cth day of March, 1856.
IL TVLER. Clerk.
Fuca k. CaossT, Plaintiff's Solicitors. 10
STATE OF VlUtliOrVT, Maainoan, ss
Tht Probate Court for sail Dhtritt i To sll per
sons interested in the Estate of AKADSTOCK-
WLLL. late of llrattlvboro, deceased.
WHEREAS, ALFRED SIM0NDS& JOHN IL
MILLER, have prrtcnted to thia Court an
Instrument purporting to be the last Will if stid
deceased, for probate i You are hereby notified
that this Court will decide upon Ihe probate cf said
Instrument at the session thereof lo be hold at Ihe
Probate Office, in DratUeboro. la said District.
the last Thursday of March. A. D. I860, when snd
where you may appeir and contest the same, if
you see m. r. iiuluh-juu., tiegisier.
JtkTEW GOODS Fi
ono. W. wauhkn A. CO.
ABC XOW orcatXO A lAKCiE luroBTATiox or
STUFF DRESS GOODS j
MANTILLAS AND TALMAS i
SHAWLS, LOKQ ANDSCBABEj
Printed Droits (ioods,
of sll fabric!, from a rhoire nmepenny l,oujou print,
to me une.i srucies imporiea )
t EMBROIDERIES and
PANCl ARTICLES ;
And MOURXINQ OOODSj
INDIA. CONTINENTAL AND BIUTISH
Ia gnat rariefy.
Ttie (londi were teleeled abroad by one of oor
, (lrm r, OIII Q,n i,, ,j goodt c, tj,
lonur ru.lomrri Kath ilMnM arminr hrin'a III
I'arksgs buterv will tindrhoire (ioodial low prieel.
102 Watiincton street, and
55 and 57 lliuvler street) Hoston.
Msrrh, ISofi. A. 10
A TLEASANT COnACE HOMESTEAD.
Situatid ox Chase Stbect,
Asb colisisting of aboul ; one-fourlb
acre of land, with Dwellliii! House.
Shed, Btrn, Csrrlags Pom, and
other appendages t all nearly new
awt in rariect order.-plentifully supplied with
"nA,Tmvvi i It i ...... r..,i.i...itn
1 . , n U n a H'8',' ff ,taIZ"'
'""""'""J arranged, well stocked with the i most
. u",n '"" .p.
, "''VAnDS are dlmtlfkd with Shrubbery.
I-r nit, and l crct bb.idc irees.
i no esEaiiiisitinent nas oeen nueu up wun grei.
care and wrmancncT of purpoac.
a presents a
ri i'rlce low. for cash down.
Brattleboro, March 1,18). tfO
Boots and Shoes at Cost,
TNeonseauenceor 111 health I an, obliged to.lose
1 1 P n.ylo.ls for , he prent.aud sha 1 seU
uooia and Dliocs at cost lor toe next loirty unys.
All havlnz unsettled accounts will please. call
and settle forthwith and sate trouble.
F7T 2 doors North Atuerioan House.
II. E. CHASE.
Brattleboro, February 29lh, 1850.
N. B. Hit Brsiderswlll please notice the above
and Bring In their llatj accordingly.
4w0 II. E. CHASE
) I til A I. ESTATE NOTICE.
I "OEItSONS that have Farms, or other Real Es.
, A Late for sale the ensolng season, ean Have
their business attended to by an experienced Land
Agent, on application to the subscriber, who con.
tlnues to give his personal attention to selling or
' ex :hanglng Real Estate of all descriptions. No
fee Is required unless ths propertr Is advertised or
a aaie euecied, J. v) . ji.vt .-a Aitir,
8 CoaOBEsa St., Bobtoiv,
February 20, 1850. OwO
NOTICE.-I liereby give my son LEVI J.
BOLSTER his time and shall pay no debts
of his contracting nor claim any of his earnlnga
after this dale, CHAPIN BOLSTER.
Londonderry, VL, Feb. 23, 1856. 3w9
I710U 6AM: OU KENT. Two flrst rale
tenements on Walnut Street with barn and
large Garden. Inquire of. OEO. A. HUNT.
Feb, 14lb, 1856. Sw7
E, M". CIIOS8, M. D.,
ril V8ICI A N AND SURGEON,
Callfbrd Ccnlrt. VI.
lai)ii:s n;!iisii!.(; stork,
nc, l aiiASiTU How.
Conilillnx 6f a Usutirol stloftmrgt of
SILKS, Slt.VWS, TALMAS. MANTILLAS,
MAHTIIXA VELVETS & TM.M.MlMiS
WIIALK IIUNE SKIRTS
MOItWia, FLANNELS. WHITE GOODS,
Tilitiuu stoiii: articles;
And every detr r'pihin of
From a C f f. Print to the finetl rtrititb Vtbtir.
Togvlher w!ih oft umikQill atintcl.tv anorimeDi of
CompiMflg every vsrielyof
DONNETS, l'AUIS I'ATTEHN flATS, i DIIESS
i;a", hi;.u iiiuuuna,
LACES, CIIAI'13, OIL SILK.
COMDS, FANS, ESIDIIOIDERIES, &e. Se.
Also, sa citeuil.e vsriely of
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
wiiblhelxitmsle KID (JLOVE? I7.V.
ty Call early and get the handsomest Goods of
the season, at very low prices.
" Large Sales nnd Small Profits" is my mniio.
O. J. PRATT.
Drattleticro, March 1. 1850. tfj
tF A SMALL. STOCK OF .Q
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
To be Closed Off ! !
AND WILL II E SOLD AT
AND SOME OF IT LESS THAN COST FOR
CALL it LOOK & SATISFT YOURSELVF8 t
H. D. BRACKETT.
Ftoacanr 20, 1850.
I'AR.II A STOCK rUK SAL.I: AT
THE subscriber offers .to sell at Public Auction
on Thursday the 13th day of March next, at
10 o'clook A. M. on the premises, the well known
and valuable farm, called the Hadlcy farm, situated
, ,ne west part of Chesterfield, on a road leading
, ,i,. ,,t -in.i- ,i. v t ..n, "f
Dumuierstoii depot. It contains about 10S acres
ji.tled intn roowlnir. wurturlnr. wood and
til4 Un j, Tue nuiidlnga are pleasantly altua-
lel esr Ihe centre or the rarm, anl consist of a
Large two-etory house, well furniihed, two barns,
ft , vlihiKa tirh? floor,,
uh all Ihe out buildings necessary for s.k
linirs nlueasarv for Slid farm.
A plenty of water of excellent quality from a du
ruble spring, ts conveyed to the house and barn by
an aqueduct. An abundau.ee of good pearand ap
ple trees. Said firm is well fenced; loostlyof good
stone wall. One half of the purchase money, or
more. If desired, may lay on mortgage.
Also lo le sold, about 12 bead of cattle, among
which are four fat oxen and two cowsj and one
horse. Also a lot of hay, grain and potatoee,-
Also waggons, sleighs, earls, sleds, plows, horso
rnbs, straw cutter, yokes, chaius, harrows, and a
variety of articles too numerous to mention, inclu
ding some household furniture.
For further particulars. Inquire of Clarlt StrceU
cr, or tha subscriber on the premises.
Chesterfield, JT. II., Feb. 16. 1850. 8
WILMINGTON S.VVlNf58 HANK.
The annual rntettog of tha above Corpo
ration for choice of officers and olher business re
lating to the interest of Ihe Institution, will be
holden at the Treasurer's offloo In tha Village of
Wilmington, on the 2d Tuesday of March next ot
one o'clock 1'. M. LA BAN JONES, IVesiJent.
Wilmington, Feb. 18,1830. 8w8
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. The un
dersigned will agtin give Lessons upon the
Piand Forte and Bcraphine, commencing abont the
1st of April. IIENRT 0, SI'AULDINa.
Brattleboro, Fsb.22, 1856. If
IKON AND 8Ti:i:L. The subscribers are
constantly receiving new additions to their
stock of Iron and Steeli and intend lo keep a com
plete assortment, which we offer for sale al whole.
.... I ,.!. . . .1.1.1 ' -
W ILLISION 4 TYLER.
Feb. 21. 08
OAI' nUCItr.TH. 1000 Prima SapBnck-
for sals by WILLISTON, TVLER & CO,
ITtOR KAI.E. Seven Second Hand Steam
. Engines in good order. .... Also, Ten Second
Hand Steam Boilers, by HARRISON L01UNO.
Firit.St., South Boston, Ms..
Feb. 0, 1856. 8t.5
JYTOTICE. All Notes and AceounU due the un
J 1 derslgned mast be paid previous to Ihe 16tli
of February. 8. OATE8, & CO.
; Brattleboro, Jsn. IrHb, IBMj " 4
SPIiEXBID GIFT EMKIIPBISE!
1 ooo oirTS j'oit iooo ii:rsoss. i
Having mado arrangements with tho different
ons of Ihe Three Dollar Jlaaslnes published In the '
...ki:.i.HH i win K.ii.ik..i it. M.
wiiupi ui.ii. .Mr uiiu jcr, iu cuiuuicuvv .111. niij ,
numter ! also a casli rrei.t varying In taluo!
from SI lo b inn. '
Each rabiirilier will be entltle-l to a eash nres-
entofat least 81 and mar be to C1000. The
Magailne together wllli the 01ft will be sent by tho and always Riving our customers Ihe best it bar
first of April next. 80W subscribers list ealroady giins In the price and qualities of the articles they
been obtained, and only 2000 more will be reel v. , purchase. It is cur constant endravcr lo make our
ed on tlioe terms. Bboull sny money he received trade satisfactory to all who favor Hi with Iheif
after the number Is cbtslncd It will be returned to ' patrouage.
Tne List or Gim asr :
1 Cash Present of
10 " "
29 " "
30O0 " "
l'JOO ' "
3000 " '
Tor $10 Kght Magasine. will le sent and Eight
rrwcnli. The Oifts to be decldej bribe number
which the person sends. Those sending by mail .
mHst send three numbers.
The numbers run from 1 16 10.000.
Address 0. G. NUTL', NirwaRC,
Feb. !iS. New Jersey.
r SIMM nnmh tn ..it.... ti, lv.v u .
tains 800 naccsi bound In Sheen. I'rlce 83.
.Those wishing to act as ngentv,.by sending roe $l
work by mail, and all needed Instructions. No
capital resulted. Address
u. i.. jvuia.,
Feb. 35. Newark, New Jersey.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL !
The Head Qualers for Everything
Grocery, Produce and Fruit Line,
The LsrgeM FrrtHttt sod C'hrspevl Aswrtineat U al
rilOST & OOODHPB3.
RRATTIiMiORO' I'J.OUR AM) MEAL
IrWtOST & KOODin'.Il would Inform the
' public that they Intend carrying on the
FLOUU, GRAIN AND PltODUCB 1IUSINE3S.
aa heretofore, and that ther have rn hand a good
snppty of FRESH GROUND FLOUR manufactur.
ed for them in Bags and Barrels of SOUND
WHKAT, as fresh as any ground lu town.
Oa band anil rcreitiug:
200 Barrels Extra City Mills Brand:
100 " " Genesee;
100 " Fsncy snd Superflue.
CORN MEAL, RYE FLOUR, RYE MEAL,
ORA1IIIM VLOUR, ORO.VTS,
HOMINY, BONE MEAL, ic
Gitethem a rail) they will n..l be undersold.
rilOST Ac ftUOIiltt'i: have on hand and are
receiving a large supply of
SUOARS, of all grades ;
MOLA83ES, new crop. In lib Is. nnd Brls. ;
TEAS, Oreen snd Black ; cheaper than ever.
COFFEES 4 SPICES ;
FOnflON & DOMESTIC FRUITS. NUTS, ic.
OIL A FLUID, by the barrel or gallon ;
PRODUCE k PROVISIONS, of all kinds.
Fiualtyeverttbtug to be tuou.l iu a PifelClatt Store of
Their old customers and Ihe many new ones that
have commenced with us since 1st January may
be assured that we sbsll alwar leep the LAKH.
EST. FRESHEST & CHEAPEST BTOCK in this
section at Wholesale or Retail.
O Csll oa Ul and you will fiad it so.
SAI.T ATJD FISH.
1000 BCSI1EI5 T. I. SALT t
1000 BAOS OIIOUND ROCK SALT j
100 BAGS COARSE FINE SALT ;
25 QUINTALS CODFISH ;
SALMON, MACKEUEL, IIERR1NO, ic. t
QT-Ju.trcrrircdal FROST & GOODHUE'S.
100 TONa utvOUND PLASTER, In bags and bar.
rel. eround vervr fine In thia vicinity for sale in
quantities to sail, by FltUST & GOODHUE;
FROST k GOODHUE having eoruracnocJ their
t.iia!n.iri llisa 1 nf Jtniisi mnw titvin lliA rr-Ziv
par oynttto, fir the benefit of their cuitotnert o
well its themselves, would uj that they hate many 1
Elites anJ Aoeounti ontstandiDg; prtttoai to Ju.
1st. which roust h paU. 5
TBB IUDIOW rAXlXVZ
CONTAINING ISO acres and situate near Ihe
Slate Quarry in Guilford, VL, will be rented
rfo C or 8 years on application lo
U O. ME.D,
Guardian of F. Z. Dickinson.
Brattleboro, Jan. 21 ,1850. 4
I 'N ' bn SuOO.OO each on the
I creJ.'1 r. 'be town o f Brat tl cburo, for a term of
by the Commiltc for Building the Town
I "Il 1
Ji Kiitrki..VAD, Chairman.
Je. 20. 185J.
PON I) .t. O'lIAMHr.tlMN arc now of
fcrlm Becbe's Snrinir Slvle Hals of all ouall.
ties as law aa tha lowest, (lenllmrn ntpaM n.ll
and examine thctn.
Also, a largo and full assortment of Soft Fur
fji and Cents. Ureas Orris of the latest slvlcs.
. iiw inr;vi oAwrinirot 01 uoja r nnry v.sps ever
offered In this market, all of which wlti be sold at
Ihe very lowest prices,
Brattleboro, Feb. 16, 1856.
7 FOND & CHAMBER LIN.
Till', subscriber will sell bis Faring containing
about 60 acres of land, nud situated In he
northerly part of Brattleboro, together with the
following personal property, vis :
1 good otd Horse; 1'IIinicsst 1 FI6w
1 Drsg; 1 Bap Pant 2 Lumber Wagons; all for
One Thousand and Sixty Dollars,
N, KlTTRf.t'OE. ,
Teb. 7th, 1856. 0
(T6 1 aTitnT:SII IP NOTICE. Tha
J unileralffneil have this da farmed n oonart-
nership under Ihe name and style of WALKER & ,
U1.AK1., tor the purpose or carrying on me mer
cantile business lp Ibis place.
WllllamSvUle, Fib-Tllh, 1856.
JOHN D. BLAKE.
Messrs. Walkeb A Buke are now receiving a
general assortment of
DRV - OOODS, OROC ERICS AND
bought for cash, which they will tell at a small ad
vance above coat for cash or good credit.
Ail kinds of Farmers' Produce taken In exchange
for Hoods. WALKER Ji BLAKE,
WiHlamsvllls, Feb. 14lb, 1866. 4w7
rVTOTIOK. Ail persons Indebted to Da. E.
MILLER of Halifax, either by Note or Ac-'
count, are hereby notified lo settle the same before !
. .. " ."i"0-
Hallftx, Feb. 1st, 1856.
CANDLES. 1200 lbs. best Mould Candle
just received on consignment and for sale' at
wholesale Boston; prices, by II. OLOVF.R.
Opposite Central House.
Fob. 15, 1850. " 4w7
WANTED Milliners and Straw Saxcrs.
Enquire at or address "Clsrk'a Banna!
Reams," Kesae, N. H. .6
A HA LAKY o, 8300 ttn MONTH 1 alwayaat prices corresponding with the tlactuationa
IX. 1000 Agents wantel In all parts if the coun- . or me inarkti.
try to canva for a new worl, entlllcd "The Lives . Of TH AS wChsvc an eicrllcnt assortment frora
r .i- !r.;,l.ii i tn l.,..ri .in nni,i . ..lir. late Importations : some of the best rrxdei st rt-
J.'QJJ lOvV i...l.h t
ATRPTJTfVM ft, U A QTTMflQ
"lrE areer.iitlnuslly soppliiJ with all Ihe vari-
etlesof OOODii Inourbranchof trade, sad
I 1ST A Vis WEST I.MIIA flOODS;
us well as all the different varieties of merchandise
IP n hny tlon 1'1'9 n maf 9 fotfnd btre
In abund mcc at fair prices.
VEGKTAULES AND PROVISIONS,
Kuti Pork, I.ard, llnms, Dried Ileef, Pota
toes, Holler, Cheese. Cod Plvb,
I'ickltd r(h, Ac.,
.1.... I I f 4 -A-U. J
Lemon. 11 sj, Dales, Prunes; Itnlslns all
Llndv from 10 to 15 cenls, Currniilt, Ctl
run, 1-rep.rrves, mi iresrt ana nice.
OOFrEU AITS SPIOES
niarksble low rrlces.
OIL. FLUID AND O.UIPiin.-vii
olway. tn limit. Oilier varieties of goats too na
recruits to enumerate lo be dad at the lowest possi
XiT Call on ui and spend your money with tts
and you wi'I go.awsy satisfied!
Jan. 1st. 1300. 1
New Flour Store !
" THE UNDE'RSmXED
U l -villi g furtnfei a cunartneribfj? under tin nam ski
CROSBY, CHANDLER & CO.,
have opusfn i iTonr i
lYo. 3 i: In lie's Xcw IJlocliy
Con. or mam jt-xn MiAr 4-t
ml In rniiuttriton n'uh ihr tofilM Smith Si Oil nil
MitLt fr the porpott? f carrjinf 00 ih
rLOlEC, C.KAI.Y A1VI PKODtJCE
We lalt pVittire Itt fnAirmm ihe palilie lhat bt
oa hitcl 11 f rHxlipiy o(
rnsss GKOUTJD TtOVSC
of vur owu nianofciif,lB lta.Hnt. Oafrclt.oitdabf
Also, i general Asiar im i a f f
WKSTKUN GROUND FLOUR
of Exira.SuperioranJ Fsuey Branils
Whrnt Crnnls, C.rnhnm I"fo'nr, lire riouf
lite nml Com .llenl, Ubeitt Skorli;
Oil mid Hone .vlcnl, A c;
Ye iulenJ loleeii a (ool a.vorlniriilof sll sin'dfef
rUEl). All of waErh will he 'JJ for a imall iHtaort
on covt ut rur molto is
"Small Profits and Quick Sales."
We wanl 10 keep Ihe wheeU rolling;- snd iieps by
siriel sliciitinii In lHiiiie.v in merit fairahareof pun.
ho palriHis?. 2T l'I.-se ste us a rati before pau
vha.iiit cLewhrre. lie ure aaI nol forgel Ibe plafs
NO. 3 BL..KE'3 BLOCK,
Opposite tiirMblard A. Leonard's-Groeery Store,
I. (I. CIIANDLCC.
Ilralllcborn, Jsauary Itl, MX. I
MR. J. L. I.(Vi:i.I.hsssof.irrecoverd
his health, afl r sn UIj.ssof more than tour
months, that he will give'bla personal attention te
the taking of
In a style cf beauty and finish' that U not scpasssd
by any operator in Ihe country.
Mr. Love!! has received Ihe ffrst premium at lbs
Yerrnont State Fair, and at several County Fairs
Please give hina a call at No. 2 Cutler's Block.
Brsttleboro, Jan. lClh, 1 80.
Farm, Wills and "Water-Powef
The lubftcriber. owlrnr lo decllal
of health, himself and fimllrv wlrielV
rcmlers him uuatl.t6 carry en hi
Imsiucsa a It shuald W done. otTeri
his iinu ttuJ Mills fur SiUe. consisting of a' larer.
new and wcll-hrfilt Dwelling or Tavern House;
tsaleuUled for u.Wie tr prUate use; two lUrnf
and a full vulteof out-lluihliogsf st6; everal
second-hand DirelHuff Houses excellent Oa'rdens,
and tilenty of Orchanlinff, with' a rariety of choico
grafted fruit, and Pears; riirtnf, and Cherries of
arlous LI nd Quinces, reaches. Black and White
Mack Berries, Goose Berries, Kaypbcrries, Ac, 4e,
Also, Saw Mill nnd Grist Mill, one run of stones
and Corn Cracker also Cltvnhr Saws and ether
machinery, with a water-poacr of 24 fet on
Green Hirer, with any desired quantity of lind
, from 10 lo ICO
acres, well timtrerea ana easy or
iransportation, rendering II one of the Lest stands
for the roanuttcturecf cliairs. chair timber, brooro
baadlcs, bcdsteait., barrel staves, or any kind ef
bard wood manuficlitre, with plenty ef hemroel
and spruce, easy of transportation fo the mill and
lo market, with a good share ef wbtte and fellow
birch for bobbins and shoe pegs. The land, is p.ro
ductile, well watered and easy ef cultivation wilb
i puott nasturaeQ aud riTcntr Of If.
1 road loading from North Adams to Brattleboto and
fi-ora Wilmington to Oreeuticld, 12 miles wester
Brattlclioro on the.Orcen River and Is a desirable
stand for some enertcctiQ tnau to mass money, and
will be, some .lay the site of 0 vlffag. Tno above
property la offered ftr sale,-for tte above reasons,
and on reasonable terms: sLao, ono span of good
Horses, one lokeof Oxen, five Cows, three Calves,
tne Cosset Sheep, together with a variety of per
Also, on hand a sfray BOO, Mi', grey Mtdte,
with while stripe in' Hit rare. The (rttntr Is rea
quested to prove properly,- nay charges nnd take
hint away. JOHN It F.I D.
Ilaliftx, Jan., I8."0, f
FARM FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers for sale the
tjiewcll known Form belonging lo the
late SAMUlX.MlLLKKof WcstDoot.
merston. 8ald farm consists cf abenl
300 acres of irood landsititaUr divided Into mow
ing, pavtdrage, tlllag. aad wood-land. 1 he prerav
iscs contain a very extensive growth of sugar ma
ple, young aud old, a good orchard and a full sup-
Ely of pure spring water brought 10 the bouse and
am In a substantial aq;ueduet, Said farm will Is
sold on reasonable terms and a part of the purch-ssa
money cau remain on mortgage or any good stcM
rlty If desired. For further particulars Inquire it
ENOS LEONARD, or of
JAMES MILT. Kit, Army.
West Pommfraton, Jan. 1st J866. tfl
The subscriber offers for late his
Dwelling House, located oa Elliot St.,
rrjl ie ouv uwr 01 in vissseinoett
WV,t'a'"-- "- in (Ms viltar's.-fo.relher
witn a tiaru, Lnrriage iionse, ana jotbsr eatbulld
logs adjoining. The bcirve ia two stories la hlabt.
... ,,i mn..ti,,i. .a. u
the premises are In good repair.
For further particulars inquire of ths nhdersfgrt.
ed. NATIIAK MILLER.
Brattlebore, Sept. 0 18."5a 11
BUILDINfl LOTH. Tour of the best
building lots In town, situate on Walnnt-St,,
will be sold ehesp- by the subscriber.
Feb. 6 1866. WO