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n electiojt was decided in the negative, by a
strict party vote tho thirteen' voting in a
body not to tako it up. Should a whig legis
lature attempt to stavo nff an eleclion under
similar circumstancfs, the country would ring
with the ou'cries of locofocoism ! !
"Massachusetts Election. Thus far, says
theTimcsof Nov. 10th, there arc 144 whig,
51 locosclected Rcpresentative The towns
to come in will not probably alter this propor
lion. Texxessbe Sesatoes. Thc Nashvillo
Whig says, from prcsent indications the loco -
foco scnate will yet go into an election of U of her Fathcrs.
S. Senators. They dare not riolatc their 'Wc feel proud, as a porlion of her citizcns,
oathsand abrogatctheconstitution by refus- at tho posiiion in which she is now placcd.
ing. She has shown her enduring attachrnent to thc
Mr. Websteii is making preparations to Whig cause-and her firm intcntion, lhrough
kecphousein Washington. This docs not cvil rcport and good report, to adherc strcnu
look like resignirg. I ously and undeviatingly to that good causc
New Jersey. Gov. Pcnnington (whig) jWcadmire and honor our Whig fellow-citizens
after somo dclay in going into joint ballot has for the glorious stand they have made against
been elected. 1 all the ennines of Locofocoism and for the
TrtE Cou.vcil of Chxsors have adjourn
cd to meet in Burlington on the 9th of Feb
Presidextial Question-. It is of no usc
kow to dclay the Prcsidential canvass. We
see Gen. Scott is out in a circular upon the
subjcct. The xadisonian secs no rcason why
Tyler should not immcdiafely put in. Mr.
Clay's friend9 arc so sanguine as to think he
6hould bc going ahead wilhout a regular nom
inalion by convention. Thus wc have alrcady
thrce candidatcs in the ficld. It is suppo
sed thc Locos will have doublc that numbcr.
Gen. Jackson, is out in a Iettcr, complimen
ting Prcsident Tyler, for his twin vctoes. And
denouncing'tbc distribution bill. It is as au.
thoritative as his nicsumplious imitation of
Washincrtons farcwell addicss
It is calculatcd tlicre arc in thc N. E. Slatcs
14000 Lawycrs. 14090 Clcrgymcn.and 10322
Plrysicians. In tho Statc of N. York, alonc
thero are four thousand ptacticing attornics.
Thanksgiving. Gov. Paine
lssucd his proclamation nppointing for this
pruposc Thursday the 2d day of Dcccinbcr.
Tjianksgiving. The Goveruors cf N.
Ilanipsliire, Mainc, Massachusetts, and
Connecticut li.ive severally appoinlcd thc
25th msL (Thursday) as a day of Thanks
Riving and praise. The Governor of New
York hasdcsignntcd Thursday the 9tli of
Dcccinbcr next to bc obscrvcd for the
New IlAMPsniRE. A TFlitgStatc Con
vention wns held at Concord. nn Thursday
thc 25tli u!t. at which Gcn. Joseph Low,
presiucd. 1 1 e llon. Jmios fcjtevcns was
nominatcd thc whig cnmlidatc for governor
at thc ensumg election.
It will be seeu l.y ourj;urnal tiiHt the legis.
lnturc have clowd their session. Aside from
ordinary rnuliac of busincss, very little has
fcccn donc, but r.mch thnt has occupied their
ftltcnlion has failed of accomplishmcnt-
Tho most icnporlKfit mensure which has b"cn
lnaturcd, is a renVon of tho h'sting law, upon
the principle of taxation upon thc appraisal of
all ronl aud pcrsonal propcr'y. Tlie new law
was j asscd by a very nieagre rnijority, and its
ttisdom is ctremcly problematical.
TIk; Geological survcy, a incasurc which has
com.Tirndeil ilscif lo tlte ndoption of 19 slatcs
-out of l!ic 26, and which has occupieJ much of
lhe session. has failed tliro igh tho penny-wisc
nnd pound-fooliih policy, truly clmractcrislic of
"Vermont leglslatioii The sameoLscrvation is
sippKcablc to n proposition to oppioprialc a few
huudreds dollars, to enable agrirullurnl socic
tics to oiTer prcniums for improvemcnls in
faiming. It is truly astonisbing that a slate,
wl.osc ngriculiurul wealth far surpasscs any
olher in thc Uuion, should not al once strikf
upon the most liberal schcmcs of cherishing and
cnnobling that occupation upon which her glo
ry aid prosperiiy chicfly dcpend. Our mar
vl is i-liil more incrcascd uhcn wo find tlial
a vast majority of tho lcgislature arc farmers.
whose peculinr intercsls arc thuslo bo promot
cd. We ccr.surc no orio in parlicular ; but let
the people mark thoso who have slood in thc
way cf an eniightened policy, and sccthat hcrc
idter they select rr.ex for our public councils,
whose wisdom can comprehcnd tho truc inter
csls of tho state, and vthosc liberality will not
bcstarllcd at thc small appropriations nccetibtry
to foster thetn.
We give Ihe returns (cxclusive of scatlering)
from both Whig and Loco-Foco sourccs as far
Sufiblk, C184 ..4509
Middlesex, (3Gt.)5449 6117
Norfolk, 8090 3048
Essex, (8t.) 3129 2793
Worccster,(3t.) 11G3 474
Plymouth, (lt.) 200 maj.
Bristol, (17t.) 2964 3314
mt 11 . :
of 4400 on the vote of 1840, when thc Whig ;
majority in the Statc was 14,454. There can
be no doubt of thc election of John Davis, c
ven should the Abolition and scattering votes
reach the figure thc Post supposes-4000,
Companng thc vote of the present ycar, as ,
r il5 rnrr vnl tifli h eimo (nti'na in In.ill.
M T ' W 1 ? fT l- f
when Morton was elected by his majority of
ose vote, lhe following rcsult appcars,
22779 21 350
1429 Whig maj.
L. F. maj 554
The following we copy from the last Boston
JHatsachusetls never turrendcrs to Loco.
We h!rvo the sincero pleasure of announcing
to our rcaders, that His Excellency John Davis,
has bcen re-electcd Governor of the Common.
wealth of Massachusetts. Wc cannot speak
precisoly, as to the raajority by which the
Whigs have re-chosen their excellent Chief
Magistrate but we shall be able to come near
thc rcsult, inasecond editionof this morning's
paper. There cannot bo a doubt of the election
of a Whig Governor, a Whig Lieutenant Gov
ernor a large majority of Whig Senators and
Representalives. Thus Massachusetts stands
before the country erect and firm constant
in her adhercance to the political principles
whtch she professes and detcrmined toabidc,
! evcn if she stands alono, bv thc honorablc faith
1 rcsolution they have displayed, in surmounting
the untoward cicumstanccs m which our own
Party has bcen unfortunately placcd.
Thee Cheers for Chelsea.
The Whigs of the town or Chelsea are wor
of all praise. They have given a good strong
Whig Vote they have elected a Whig Rep
rcscntativc, and prevented the election of that
ultra Locofoco, the Rev.Orestcs A. Brownson,
to the Ilbuse of Rcpresentativcs.
TlIE EVILMOST TO BE DREADED. A clcr
gyman, latcly Preaching to a country con
gregation, used the following pcrsuasive
arguments against tho vicc of swearing :
,0h, my brcthrcn, avoid this practice.
for it is a great sin, and whftl is more, it is
"Tms ricTER 13 a IIos." Thc ridiculous
frequency of the Madisonian and New York
Exprcss corrcspondcnt's cndorscmcnt of 31r.
Tylcr's Whiggery, rcminds one of the artisl
who painted for his gallcry, thc picturc of a
Horsc. But fearful, after it was complcted,
I that visitors would not rccognisc the original,
he pa;ntcd umer it ;n argc ic(crSl This pic-
terofa Hos." The dcfendcrs of Mr. lyler
sccmin"l' feel conscious that he would ncvcr
bc recognised as a Whig by his acts, are con-
tinually rclinng, "3lr I ylcr is a truo hcartcd
Whig" Mr Tyler is evcry inch a Whig"
Mr Tyler isa Whig tothe back bonc," &c &c.
To save thcmselvcs so much trouble, we ad
visc the Madisonian and Exprcss to adopt tho
plan of thc honcst paintcr, and label Mr Tyler,
"this is a Whig." Ilarrisburg Chronicle.
Faxny Elssler appcarcd again in La Bay
adcrc, at the Trcmont on Monday night. The
Fanny Mania rosc to a greater alitudc at Bos
ton on Monday than it has before attained
thc prcmium for choice of lowcr row of boxcs
amounting to thrce hundrcd and twenty-sovcn
Jonathan Slick, Esq. has reccntly visitcd
Fanny. Thc account of his visit which is
most arausing,will bc published in thc Exprcss
as soon as the rcsult of thc State Election is
RESITLTOF THE ELECTION.
Tlie election isovcr, and ihe Country ofltcns
sclaer has been carricd by the locofocos! They
h.ivc ( lected ilicir whule lickc! by a small major
ity. Tlie cityof Troy 13 Wlngof ceurse, but
by a majority of less tlian tliree hundred ; Le-
in far less tlian usual. The ofliii'ial retutns
will be found below. We much fcar that there
lus been a rimilar fallin; uflf of ihe WI112 vole
in other countes, and eonscqnenlly ibnttbe Em-
pire slate h once more in tlie hinus ol the loco
Ibcns. On ihe causcs of the deleat of ihe Wbias in
tl.is country, ii is pcrliaps unncccssary to enlargc.
Tlie samcapathy has prevailed here, whicli prc
va.led at tlie late elections elsewcre. Tlie Wl.igs
couia 1101 he induccd to go 10 tlie polis in many
instatices wilhout the most ufgent cntreaty, and
we nave never peen so wue-snreaa an nuiiller
cnce wiih reard to the resu'.t ofan election, as
has been nianilcsted at the present election
throujhout the Wh;s ranki. Tlie cause oftliis
analhy we h ill not pietend to assin. So far
as we rersiially have bcen concerned, btin
conscious of no wnnt of cxerlion, we have notliins
10 regret. Weeonst-ntlv cndeavored as faras
lay iu our powcr, to lmprcss upon the Whigs of
he couniiy tlie imponance of the laie eleclion.
But all to no purpose, as llieresult shows. They
liaveeiiosen, eilher fiom disusi with the conduct
ol .Mr. I vlrr, or lrom a sencral lndiuere.icc on
political subj'-cts, to allow their opponents to car
ry the day, when by turninjrout at the polls they
could havecouquered them with tl: greatest easc.
l lie lault, il any tlicre be, must resl wuli Uiose
who have nejlectcd to vole.
The county of Rensselaer is still Whijr, by
several hundrcd rniiority, and will prove herself
so wlienever the pruper time arrives. Wc liave
not ucaru ol any cnatiges, nor do we believe that
tlicre have been any ofcnnscquence. The loco
foco"! have succeeded, not bvauy increase of their
own strcnnih, but by the dlminualion ofouri.
Geological Suhvey of Vehmoxt. The
Commillce apointcd by thc Vermont Legisla-
ture, and instructcd to makc inquiry and rc-
port on the cxpediency of a geological survcy
of that Slate, have madc a report in its favor.
Tho committee say : "They believe that no
istate, in proportion to thc cxtent of its ternto.
rj', has so much to cxpcct from such a ineas.
ure as Vermont- Accidcnt has already brought
to light many nch sources ot wealth to tho far
mer and manufacturcr; and probably still great
er and more numerous sourccs, if lcftto acci-
'dent for their discovcry, mayhe hid ages to
come, in our mountains and valleys, which
might bc developed by a systematic and scicn
I tific survcy, and he forthwith rcndered produc
) tivc of individual and public prosperity. A
bed ofshell marl has been rccently br accidcnt.
discovcrcd in West Alburgh, covering a tract
uiscovcreu 111 usi Aiuuiiiii, uuvciiij" u uaui
No pcrson can now estimate with what bcn-
cficial result this matctrial maj be used, as a
manurc, through the wholc agricultural region
bordering on Lake Champlain. A few other
in othcr laceS)and b a careful CMminat;o
.1 . -
Deos 01 inc same matenal have been discovcrcd
under lhe au,hori,' of the Legislaturc, other
simiIar beds may be discovered. which mav
be immediatcly applied to enrich our soils, and
thus increase our agricultural wealth
A large majority of the committee, which is
itself numerous, have come to the conviction,
that it is time tor the Legislature of this State
to adopt a measure which many of our citizcns
think has already been too Iong delayed
The people of this Statc mustahvays look prin
cipally for their wealth and prosperity to ag
riculturc and manufactures. And the com
mittee believe that the rcsotirces of the State
should be brought, as soon as may be, within
the control of thesetwo great mterests.
As to the probable cxpense of a survcy of
the whole State, when cxamined before tho
committee at the last session, Professor Bene-
dict statcd that he thought that, on account of
the greater facilities furmshcu by simuar sur
veys in several neighboring States, his former
estimate might be reduced, and that thesurvey
might be concluded in four ycars for 88000,
that is 82000 annually." Troy Whig.
From the JV. T. Express.
HOX. EPIIBAIM II. FOSTEK OF TEIfJfESSEE.
VTc find in the Nashville papers of the21st
ult. a letter from the thirteen opposition mem
bers of the sonatc(being a majority of that
body) to Hon. E. II. Foster, asking his opin-
ion on the"nicasures passed at the late Extra
Session of congrcss,andgivimi litm to under-
j 1 1 . i?r i .
siana inui uaicss nis answcr was saiisiacioryF
they should opposc any election to fill the two
vacant seats in the U.
ville Whig of the 22d
S. Scnate. Thc Nash-
contains Mr. Foster's
rcply, and he treats their insulting and crafty
cpistle in the way it dcservcs. It is wcll
known that the whigs have but a barc majori
ty on joint ballot in thc legislature of Tennes.
see, and thc game of thc opposition senate is
to prevent an election of U. S. Senators as
Iong as possiblc, in the hope that by somc
managcmcnt, they may get in at least one of
their own party. Ilcncc, in ordcr to put somc
sort of facc upon thc matter, they have hit'up
on the notable plan of questioning the Whig
candidatcs as to their opinion of thc Icading
policy and measures of the whig party; coolly
telling them unlcss their answers are fully
satisfactory, i. c, unlcss they denounce that
policy, they, (the thirteen "dcmocratic"
mcmbers) cannot conscnt'toco into an elec
tion at prcsent ! Mr. Foster lashes this spc-
cimcn of unblushing impudencc without mcr-
cy. Tn his first paragraphhc says:
"I may lamcnt, Gcntlcmcn, but Ijfearl can
not relieve thc anxieties which seem to cm.
barrass j'our movements, and thrcatcn to dis
appoint thc public cspeclation, by rctarding
thc cxecution of a great and important duty.
To proniisc othcrwisc, would be to speak a-
gainst "the Iigbts bclorc mc, and to Jabor a-
gainst hopc itself. For years past, it has bcen
my lot to slruggle m a vartare whcrc, as the
country will bear me witncss, 1 scorncd aliko
tostoop for conccalment or beg" for quarters.
During that cvcntful conflict, ra tLc lcngth &
fcrvency of the rcpeated inlcrviews I had tho
honor of holdtng with some of yon, and in the
frequent opporlunities you all had of reading
and hcaring my statcmcnt?, I cndeavored to
proclaim my opinions and dcclare my political
associations. If, after all this, we do not yet
sufiiciently understand cach other, it mustccr
tainlv be thc rcsult of incorrigible dv.UZess
somcwhcrc; and as I makc it a point ncvcr to
bc outdonc in manncrs, I must, I suppose, ?.s
a matter ofpoliteness, take the fault to mysclf,
and sccurc you against an tmputation which
would wound thc pride of your constituents
and dcrogate from thc dignity of thc ocnato
rial gown. But cxcusc mc now, gcntlemen,
if you plcasc. Fruitlcss labor is apt to dis-
courage further toils, no matter whcre tho dif
ficultj' Iies, and I feel myself compclled, in all
due humility, to dcclinc tho cxplanation 1
have hithcrto failed to impressupon yourintcl-
Iccts. Ncvertheless, by your Icave, gcntlcmcn,
1 may fcndcr my profound acknowledgments
tor the disinlcrested candor which uictatcil
your communication, and in behalf of my own
imbecility implorc that charity I would bc thc
last to impcach or assail.
Wc have not space for his wholo Iettcr, but
wc cannot forbcar one or two further cxtracts.
"Thc ugustinquest of thirteen" will hardly
bo in a hurry to call out anothcr outpouring of
thc biting sarcasm which their barcfaccd hum
buggcry has clicitcd.
"Considering that we arc uncompromising
political advcrsaries for such to me you will
admit, arc thc wholo thirteen of ths sclf
consiitutcd and august inqucst I am now ad
drcssing you have deccntly veivcd but hard
ly excused an cxtraordinary liberly by thc elc
valcd position you have been lcascd to'assign
mc. lt rcmains (o bc sccn if I stand alone
bcforc a patriolic inquisition, or who it is
fricnd or foc, that sharcs with me f hc hon
ors of your scruliny: You doubtlcss know
of some who have placcd thcmselvcs stcal.
tliily if not publioly in thc catcgory you
have imposcd upon mc, and as I am bound
to believe that you arc "all all lionorable
mcn", I trust you will not have failed to
visit them with similar scarchings. Al
though somc of them may bc at thc botlom
lhe very bottom ofyour counscls the sa.
cred officc you have honorablv and volun
tarily assumcd, will not escusc the least
parliality, They should bc held on nigh as
I am,so thata just and cqual cxposurc may
warn ttie public ot their mcn, anu enable
midday ambition to scan by timcs, the steel
it may have to encounter.
Theie will bc a Dcbate in the Collcge Chap
el this cvening (Tuesdaj-Nov. 16th,) Comnien
cing at half past C o'clock, on thc following
question : Ought thc Prcsident of thc United
Statcs to posscss thc Veto power? The friends
of the College and all who are intcrcstcd in the
subjcct of discussion arc invitcd to attcnd.
At market 2700 beef'cattle, 1100 stores
and 4300 sheep.-!) Prices, becf catile, first
qualily. 5,50 ta 0; second 4.50 to 5,50 ; Ibird,
3,00 to 4,25. Barreling, mess 4,25 ; No. 1
3,12, No. 2, 2,25. Sheep, dull as usual, and
same prices. Vool. no change.
M a r r i e d .
In Hineburgh, On the 10th ult. by tbe Bev.
Mr. Johnson, Mr. William Lathrop, ol wey
bridge to Miss. Mary M. Lirermore, or Hioes
burzh. In Burlington, On the 11th ult. by the llev.
Mr. Brown, Mr. Andrew J. Cuttis, of Starkesbo
ro' toAdeline Washburn, of Burlington.
In this town, after a short illness, MrTimo-
thy Matthcws Jr. an esteemed and resptctablo
citizen of E. Middlebury.
Athis residcnco m Monab, N. Y., lton.
Zebulon R. Shepherd, aged 77.
In Lincoln, on the 19th ult.. Mrs. Ciroune,
consort of Wm. W. Pope Esq., aged 28 years.
Her discase was a Iincerinu and very painlul
consumptiorj, which she boro with unsurpasscd
patienco and Christian fortitude-, tili, after hav-
ing arranged all her worldly affaire with the ut
most composure, and entrcated her friends not
to mourn for her, she fell asleep in the arms of
ner aavior, without a strugglo or a groan.
"So calmly sinks the Christijn dovrn,
Descending- to the torcb."
Libel for Uivorce.
Jane Smith, libellant,
Albertj Smith, libellee. ) Supreme Conrt.
mTHEREAS the libollant, in tho above
w cntitlcd cause has preferred her com
plaint and petition to the Supreme Court next
to bo holden at Middlebury within aid forsaid
I connlv rr : . J 11 .
Smith. r..i. t. ,u.r..n
iwiiii itiai ouu vao lamuuv iuai
j . . I .. . . J .
ried to said Albert. tl.nn of Brandon in tho
County of Ru,anj, on ,iie flrst day
May A. D. 1834. and continucd to live wiih
said Albert in the fulfilment of all tl.e duties
required of her by the Marriage covenant un
til the 20th day of August A. D. 1830. when
the said Albert descrted her without any just
cause and without tho fault of the said libellant
and ngninst her solicitation.and has ever since
that time refused to live with her orhave any
conncxion with her: And pra ing said court
lo dissoUc the bor.ds of matrimony between her
and the said Albert, and to grant her a bill of
Whereas it has been made to appear to me
that the above named Albert Smith rcsides
without tho state of Vermont:
It is therefore ordered. That tlio art'ttl Alliart
Smith, be notified of the pendency of tke said
Libel by publication of the substancc of the
same in the Middlebury Pcople's Prcss. a news
papcr printed at Middlebury in said county of
Addison together with this order, thrce wcrks
successively, the last of which publications
shall bo al least thirty days before tho session
of said Court, which shall be deemed sufficieiu
noticc to tho said Albert Smith of tho pen
dency of said Libel, that hc may appear and
answer to the same.
Given under my hand at Butlington, in thc
County of Chittenden, this 4ih day of Novcm
MILO L. BENNETT. Judae.
of lhe Supreme Court.
t. U. Barbf.r, Atty. 23
Libel lor Divorce.
Betiey G. Hosmcr, libellant, ) Addison Coun-
us. ty Sunrcme
Dennis Jfosmer, libellee. S Court.
WHEREAS, tho Libel'ant in ths above en
titlcd causc, has preferred her complaiut
nnd pcliiion to the Supreme Court next to be
holden at Middlebury within and far said
county of Addison, selting forth that shc was
legally marricd to said Dennis Hosmcr, thcn of
Middlebury aforesaid, on thc 9th day of March
A. D. 1S2G and continued to livo with him in
tho fulfilment of lhe duties required of her by
the marriage covenant until ths 18th day of
Ma.ch A. D. 1837, when tho said Pannis do-
serted her, without nny just causs nnd without
the fualt of tho said Libellant and cgniriot her
aclicitation, and has ever since that time refus
ed to live with her or have any conncxion with
her. And praying said court to dissolve the
bandsof matrimony between her and lhe said
Dennis, and to grant her a bill of Divorce : ii
Whereas, it has been made to appear to me
that tho above namod Dennis Hosmcr rosidcs
wt'.out tho stato of Vermont: Jt is thcTcfore
ordered, That the said Dennis be notified of
tha pendency of the said Libel by publication
of lhe substancc of the same in tho Middlebu
ry People's Picss, a ncwspnpcr printed at Mid
dlebury ia said counly of Addison, together
viui inis orccr, inrcc wccks successively, the
last of which publications shall bo at least
thirty days before tho session of said court,
which shull bc dcemc.d GulTicient nolice to said
Dennis of thc pendency of said Libel, that he
maj appear and nnswcr to lhe same.
Given under my hand at Burlington, in thc
county of Chittenden this 4th dav of Novam
ber A. D. 1841.
MILO L. BENNETT, Judge
of lhe Supreme Court.
E. D. Barbek, Atty. 28
Libel for Divorce.
Mary Frost, libellant, )
va. Addison Codntv,
Elisha Frost, libellee. ) ScpkemeCohkt;
TM7IIEREAS. tho Libellant in lhe above
entitied cauue, has preferred he' com.
plaint and petilion lo thc Supreme court, next
to bo holden at Middlebury within and for said
county of Addison, setting forth that she was
legnlly married to thc said Elisha Frost, then
of Cornwall, in said county of Addison, on the
lGth day of Octobcr, a. d. 1836, and continued
to lhe with him in thc fulfillmenl of all thc du-1
ties required of her by tho marriage covenant, 1
until the ISthday of August, a.d. 1838, when '
thc said Elisha dcssrtcd her, wilhout anv iust '
causc and without tho fault of thc said libellant, !
and agams her sohcitation, and has ever since ,
that time refused to live with her or have any !
conncxion with her : and nmnmr snld court to
disolvc the bonds of malrim'onv between her ',
and the said Misha, and to grant her a bill of
divorce ; and j
Whereas, it has been made to appear to me
I t . I. , T"-1 1 ry . :j
uiui um auuvc nuiueu rusna rrosi icsiuts
without the state of Vermont
lt is therefore ordered, That the 3aid Elisha
bo notified of Ihe pendency of the said libel, by ,
publication of thc substance of the same in the
Middlebury People's Press, anewspaper print
cd al Middlebury, in said county of Addison, I
together with this order, three weeks succes- j
sivcly, the last of which publications shall be at
least thirty days before the ses-iion of said
court, which shall be deomcd sufficient noticc
to said Elisha, of lhe pendency of said libel, thal
he may appear and answer to the same.
Given under my hand at Burlington iu thc
county of Chittenden this 4th day of November
A. d. J841.
MILO L. BENNETT,
Judge of the Supreme Court.
E. D. Baseek, Atl'y. 28 3w
CTOLE.V from the pasture of Mr. Ata Clupnian, on Tnesday,
t-7 or Wedncsdar last. a irrc bav hon. slar in lhe foreheail.
iwitch tail. f parin on both hlnd lcrs. Whocver will retnm rald
hone, or clve informallon rvheie be may be found, iball be am-
Weybridge, Oct. 23, 1841. 15
STRAYED from the Subscriber, aboutthe
27tb, of October, a dark dun Cow, good iize
wilh a wooden button on one horo. VVhoever
will retarn her, -r ghe information where she
may be found, shall be suitably rewarded.
Saliseury, (Glass Faclory. ?
Nov. I. 1831. 5 26j3w.
ALLpcrsons indebled to tho Subscriber
whoso Notes or nccounts, are of Iong Standing,
are requcsted to mako paymonts without delay.
Nov 0 1641. Z. Beckwitb:
THE subscriber is now receiving from New York his sccond supply
of Fall and Winter goods, which he offcrs at cheaper rates than havo
ever been sold in this County. Araong his
1 may bc found a great variely of MouJscIain de Laincs, altogcther new styles: Printed
! ?.TX0.n ' 'Paia aK varp yarnij:eieC 1; .DiuB, .ue p.acs i rs; j-jaid and
of U'acK Jtalmn Uravats; Broche Sha
,anc-v ycsung; tancy lianaKercineis, triovcs,
(Beaver and P:lot Cloths. fancy and plain
jblcached DamaskTable Lincn.Bonnetsand Bonnet Silks.Coney and Astrican Collars,
Cordsand Bindinjjs. And in fact cvervvarietv ofeaods called for at tliis season. All
of which wil be sold at REDUCED Prices.
Very earnestly invitcd to call, for he is detcrmined not to be undcrsold
by any establishment in this county.
Cornwall, Novembcr 16, 1841.
C. D. GRISWOLD,
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY
"HTEEPS constanily on hand, Gold nd
Silver I iver, Ilorizontal and Vertical
Walches, Silver plated Cake Raskels, Britania
Tea Sells, Ladies C ameo. JIosaic. and Lock
el B. Pins, Genls. B. Pins, Fivger Kings,
Gold Chains and Keys, Lockcts, Braceletls,
Fcroniers ctc. &c.
Silver Tea and Tablc Spoons, Butter Knives
&nd Sunar Tonns of Southcrii Manufacture,
and warrantcd in qualily cqual to dollars. AIso,
Consisiing in pnrt, of cloth, Iiair, tooth, nai),
and Comb RRUSHES. Ivory and inlaid card
cascs and ncedle Books. Pockct Booka, Wal
Icts nnd Purses, Shcll side, back and Pockct
COMBS, Worfc boxcs, Spool stands, Dolls,
Hair Combs, Ncedlco, Pins, Dentrifices, Ila-
ors and razor sirops, Tobacco boxcs, Accor
dious and Instruction Uooks.
Of thc ricticst Frcnch axd German cxtracts,
also German aiid French Coldgnc, Honey wa
tcr and Lavender, Pomado and Balm of Co
lumbia, Mocassar, Bcars, nnd Buffulo II A III
OILS, Becmcnd Cream, Olcoplian nnd Vrg
Any arlicles of RICH GOODS if not on
hand, will be obtained to ordcr on shorl nolic..
ftd" Parlicular aliention paid to WATCII
Brandon, Nov. 1841: 28;m4
MILLINERY & MANTUAMAKING.
ESPECTFQLLY informi the Ladies.
of Middlebury and vicjnity that tho hai'
opcned a shop one door north 01 tha Congre-'
gationnl mcctiii housu, wherc she has just
reccivcd from N. York a choice assnrtinent of
adaplcd to thc coming season, among which
Silks, llibins, Straw Trimmings,
and a beauliful selcclion of
parlieularly adapted to thc xvinler fashions.
She is nlso prepared tn cxccuto m tho bssi
mrinncr all orders in the line of
T),.cc T0 l.'Jnrr
. XJV 1 U-IV,I10
aad invitcs her friends to call nnd examine
now Patt"f for ladies' closks, and n new style
The Latest Fashions
for a aiticles in millincry or mantuamaking,
hnvu ,it -nn rrr.rivprf. nnd nrrnnnpmpnio
made for their regu'ar receplion from N. York,
according to thc latest style.
All orders for BONNETS, or for making
or rcpairing Bonnets, Cloaks, l3rcsses, &c.
will be promplly atlcnded to.
Nov. 15, 1841 27,3 w
Middlebury Manufacturing Co.
TWjTOTICE is hereby given ihat a mceting
At of the stockholders of the Middlebury
Manufacturing Compahy will be holden at the
Vermont Hotel iu Middlebury, on Thuisda$
the 10th day of Dccember next, at 10 o'clock
a. si. to clect Directors. In addition lo
report of the prcsent Board, businessof impor-
tance will be presentcd for tho sonsideraiion ot
By order of the President:
KENT WRIGHT, Sccretnty
Shoreham. Nov. 10, 1841. 27 3
NTO the enclosurc of iho subscriber, on
nr nbout the 9th inslant, Iteo yearling Heif.
eTS bright red middiing size. ne owncr
is requested to prove property, pay charges
and take them away.
New Havcn, November 11, 1841. 28 3w
wilfind a capital
London, German, cj- American Prints,
ofalmost every figure and quality, Muj. De.
Lains, Alpacas, Poplins and Mcrino in inter
minablo varietr at
Z. BECKWITH J- CoV.
ct. 1841. 25
ttosicry, uucksmh juiuens, yorstcci riairt,
Cassimeres, Broad CIoths.Bleachcd and uir-
THE BEST METHOD FOH THF.
OFDISEASE, tS TO CLEANSE AND rDHirV TUE BODV.J
WRIGHT'S IMDIAMVEBETABLE PILLS,
OftheJfmlh Amertcan College ofllealth,
Are now acknoviledged lo be the beitmedicine in the
world for the cure of
EVER Y VSRIETY OF MSEASES 1
bccauje they tboroughly cleanse the sloma:h :Sn-l
bowels of these billious humors which not ocly parat
yze ni weaken the di'srslire organs, but are llio
cause of heatlache, tuuiea and aiclcness ; f alpitition
ot Ihe heart, ihcmatic pain in various parts ol tha
body, and many other unpleaiant complaints.
THE IADI.1JV VEGETABLE PILLS,
are also accitam cure forintermtllent, remittent.ner
vous. inflammalorv and nutrM fvr lsn.. ,1,.-
jcloanse the body of those morbidhuMora, which when
vuuuiicu 10 me circuMiion are tbecauseofallkindtor
So also, when tnotbid fevcrs are deposited upon tl e
memlrins and muscle, cauing those pains, inGam
maticm and sweliinjs, called
KHEUMATISM, GCIUT &c.,
tha Indian Vegetable Pilh may be relied on as alnajs
ccrtain to give rclief.and ifpersevercd ilh, will nut
wxuicuij .um imuiuui lau, miKe a perieci cure ol tlw
above painful maladies. From three to of said In
dian Yegetable Pilla taken every night on going to bed
iu iu aiuuiiumo sa compieieiy no ins oody ol every
thiiig that is opposed to health. that Rheumalism, Guut
and pain of every deicription will be literally
From Ihe ame reason, when from sudden changps
fo atmosphere or any other cause, the perspiration U
cliccked, and Ihose humors which should jiass offby
tho skin are thrown inwardly causinir
nausca and sickncss. pain in II e Loiim, walery and
inflamed eyes, sorc Ihroat, hoarscners, cougha, con
sumptions, rhiumatic pains in various parts of tho
body and many other symptumj of
lhe Indian Vcgotable Pilla will iurariably gire imme
diate relief. Kromjthreo lo six of saiJ PilN taken ev
ery rngiii on going to bed, will In a short time, not
only rainove all lhe above unpleasint symptoms, but
Iha body will be restored to even sounder health thaa
The same may be said of
ASTUMA, OR DIFFICULTy OF BREATHIiYC.
The Indian Vegetable Pills will loos:u and carry off
by the slurrach anJ bonelstboie phlegmy huinor
which ston up the air cl!s of Ihe luii'-s, and are the
cause not only of lhe above distressinir comnlaint. but
, when npirlbcted, oflea terminatcs in a slUI mnrn
jjdrcadful malady called
It should also be remembered Ihat the Indian Vetr-
etable Pills are a certain cure for
PAININ THF. SIDE.
oppression. nausea and aickness, loss of appetiln, cnq
livtnesf, a yellow tine of the tkin and eycs, and eve-
ry o'.her symptom of a torpid or disenSMl stata of the
iver ; because they purge trom Ihe body llioie impu
Irities which if deposited upon this important organ,
are the Miuse of every varietv of
Tha public will plcase observe Ihat Ihegenuine mrd-
icine nas thc Ibllowing wording on Ibc sides of ths
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS
Or the Noith AiiLmcAN CiLtxOE or Hkaltii.
And a'soaround lhe border of tha lahel, will Ix,
found in small ty,ie: " Entered according to thc act
of Congrtts in lhe year 1840, by Wu. Wricht, in
the Clcrk't office.othe Dhtriel Court of thcEcutcrn
dislrict ot FenntylBama.
It will further be oiserved Ihat Ihe printed dirrc
lions for usitig tha medicinn, which accompamcs each
bo, are also cntered according to Act of Congress;
and Ihe same fo;m will be foun 1 at the battoai of Ihe
The slightest altention to the above few ptrticutar
will serve to protect Ihe purchaser from fiaud, and
save the livcs of Ihosa who may olherwis be endan
gercd by usir.f; a countereit medicine.
The pubhr. will also remember that all who sell the
genuine Indian Vegetable Pills are prorided with a
ccrtlSrate of Apency, signed by
WILLIAM WRIGHT, Vice President
ofthc.Yorth .imaiean College of Health,
and Ihat peJlars are never in any casn allotved lo sl
ths genuine Medicine. All travellin; aee'nt- will bo
provided with arerlificate ofai;cncy as above dcicri .-
ed ; and those who cannot show one will be known n
0J-A1I lelters relative lo the Pills must be addre;i
ed thus : .
N. E. OFFICE N. A. COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
193 Trcmont itreet, Sutton, .Vast."
M-AGENTS have been aonointed for the sale of
the Pills in every town in New Engiand.
A g c n t x .
Middlebury, George H Fish ; Bennington.
Jonathan Haujhton ; ilhamsville. Charl v
Joy ; Bennington, J C Haswell ; Rutland, V. il
liara Fay ; Woodstock, Haskell & Palmer; Do-
iiiram liiuwin ; nraiueDoro liuzc a
n 1 . 'rm.,l 13 rTnfilny J(r . 1T
, p,.ii..trnirlif Puili.l 3-.m.l a
'Sprinifield, George Washburn; Proctorsville,
UUIJ. A wuiuutl iluiUtl Ji
Proctnr &. Itobinson ; .Londonderry, Smith &
Glazier; BriJgewater, Thoma3 Southgate; Ches
ter. Phineas O Sdreeant; Windsor. S W Hub-
bard; Burlii gton, A Brinsmaid; EaslPouIlm-y.
llickok itMears; Cornwall, Samuel Eviru;
Wilmington, A B Clvlds; Stowe, Albert Comps;
Poit Mills, Jeremiah Wiltcm ; St Jobnsbury. Lu
iherJewett; Weston, John Wilder; Waterhurv,
Persons Lyons ; Montpelier, William Clark ;
Ludlow, John Dunburct Co : Keadinp:, Wood &
Mtrrill ; Hartford, J P Strong & Co ; Norwich.
Baxter & Npwton; Barnard, J P Danfor.h;
Bethel, Lorenzo Ilitchcock ; Rochester, Charlrs
Ondd; Snriuglield, Rassell; CiTendish. A Gi!
son&son; Guilford. Philin Manln : Halifax.
JCStone&Co; Weitrainster. Aaron Hitch-
cock; Northfield, MurJock & Alexander; Weath
ersfield, Barlcy Bartlett Hartland, Cotton &.
arambie; faiilax, Hampton i.nTegooi. 28 lv
ALL kinds of Furt Tkimjjinsj, by
A. CHAPMAN cJ-SON.