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. jcJtun udcrlo ruch r.ominee our
Jial op'irotalion and supporl
tLv, Tliai in i-eleeliiig n candidnte
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A !n IIIO r III" iuuuilJ. , uii.wi
Cl ..riknl .flar'f.m ulllfh I
I'eaiwl ull ofadcnr bounht cxper
itCC'sok(d, Tlmt wr rnler upon the cam-
of W'1'1 n coiifiJenco in tln
'" j ofour principles, aDd in llio no
'CBI-lv if our pn!rV lo ,,,t; prosperilj f thi
' telcco'antiy. wltch is unimpa red by pcr
- Yostirachctv, or by lcrnporary defeaf
ir'ook -south, and Georiu shows her bea
n-Iiehi tnumphonily blnzmg on the Whig
V We look West, ntid Tentiessec
"jOliio are lighiing ihe skics wiih the
i! of tht-Ir pairioiic achicvements, and
K pioroise that Vcrmontshall scnd back
i ; prrei?Di from thc summit of her un
On mo'.ion of Mr. Allcn, the Convcn.
fca 5i!jourrcd iine di.
THE PEOPLE P.ETRAYED.
Under this head we find an article in the
st Vermont ratriol. Tho oditor is a!.
oosl franlic at whal ho stylos the bctrayal i
.. ..i.. tiWsnr.nnnnnnlUi.
ci l.ic rwj 'i. - -i --
tvthe pa?e oftwoor thrce rail rond
tbar'ers wiihoutaay proMso to ensuie a tu-
Mre legislalure io repeal them at pl.asure.
He coaicmphtes lliis as a black trcason
i-ate! ihe dcrr.ocracy, and is so incensed
uitthat wilhoui allowing a moments truce
Ucomts oat lifce a "true unttrrijicd" with ;
e icc!a?a:ion " of tcar againslllic ickole con
tim," nhich ho threatens to commcnce
How si;perlalively ridiculous it is to np
frthtnd il.al any rail load company in Ver-
moot evcr bccome rich enough to se
Kcusly mfrirge the frecdoni of elections.
Our o::l fcar is that cnpitalisle cannol be
laduceJ to iuvest their money in so unprom.
U:z an cntcrpriso upon any condition, and
should the rail roads be once completed Ihe
tinproduclivcness of the slock inight lead to
laeir abandunmeiit, and the bankruptcy of
ihe liolJt-rs. Tho Wcslcrn Massachusctts
nJ road, altho the greatest thoronglifjre in
ibcUnionhas ncver as jet ncaied o'cr 4J
Tlie editor says that upon the qucstion ol
iLlji'cfmg rail roads to the control of futuie
legislalion ciery whig came boldly up.
Gjod. To hate done olherwise and vo'.ed
i;lilho locos would have deprived Vermont
clthehnro ofthe immenso advantages of
bnnging hcr products irilo fair compciiti'm
n!i the rcst ofthe counlry. Every prac
lical man is F.'ilisficd that the luco provislon
cu!d rendcr the act of incorpnration cn.
Ucly nugatury from the imposiibility of
ractirinf; invcstinenU :o catry it iiito opern.
tion. Ourrditoris wclcome to all the ad
Tifogfs ho can dcrive from pursuing a
rmjrse which ihe poop'e musl see wuuld for-
rfrcripple the prospcrity of Vermjnt.
NEW YORK ELECTION.
The old whig Trumpct is sounding Ioud
and lcr.sr in the Stato of New York. All
isuriiun and harmony in the whig ranks,
sd all disscnlion nnd discord in tho ranks
of the Iccofocoracy. Espcchlly in thc
city. they aro divided into two partics. The
old Hunkers or loco party proper, and thc
SvhttTTantant under Mike Walsh a young
min of 25 years old, a good speaker and
etrong fightingman Ho walks into the
Tammanies without mercy The subterra.
ncari'i haveputa completo ticket in the
f.tlJ, and thc old 'i'ammany Ilull Hunkers
liave two more. The City is making prcp
arations to cmulato theproud triumphs of
Philadelphia and Baltimore 1 Tho eleclion
asyeslcrday, and we anticipate farbetter
rttulls than.for a few years past. Locofoco
jsrn will nowbeshaken, and will ne.xtyear
Massachusctts Election occurs next .Mon
!ny the 13th. Tho whigs are awake in
the old Bay Stato.
THE SUPR.EME COURT
It wjll be observcd that the Judes of the
suprcmc Court have all been re-elected procceded to Montpelier and atlended the
(nearly unanimously,) with the exception , Coloncl, accompanied bf his Secretary, and
of Judge Hebard. " This seemed to take the Hon. Samuel S. Plielps, Senator in Con
the friend of Judze H. utterlv bv surorise. eress, lo Raymond's tavern where they
snd we apprehend that while thev mav ac-
cord high character and legal acquirements
- -;u. ivcnogg, mey wui quesuon me ne-
ctssity and justice and propriety of the
cnange, under the circumstances ofthe )
ce. DmlyJour. I
The anncxedbrief paragraph pays ahi"h ;
complimcnt to Gov. Mattocks, and a per- '
frctlvjustone; nor is the compliment to I
the Governor more iust than the rebuke to
those professed Abolitionists who opposcd I
hm V . f. .1.- ivt.: i a.:
Slarcry Standard, one ofthe oldest and a
West of Anti-Slavery journals, and not a
farty paper :
"VERMONT FOREVER. Governor
Mattocks has dclivered the best Anti-SIa-very
Message that an American Governor
cvcr wrotc. We shall take pleasure in lay
tng it before our readers next week. Yet
he was bitterly opposed by the politico-ab-olition
Locofocoism in Mas?achusetts.
The Troy Budget affecls to believo that
lho Boston Post has cleared up the cloud
ltichtlio disclosure ofthe bribery of Bell
oy Governor Morton and his af,sociates,
causrdio rcst upon the character o thesn
wonhies. Bui wo believe thaVit will find
hoiie out tha most bigoted and wilfully blind
oru. pany toconcurwiih it. Nay, more.
rf-n. 1 Bos,on Daily Advertiser
of Ifcvcday addmonal cndente of Gor.
.Mortoii'o dalinqucncy in this matlcr. Tliat
jnurnul pubhslu-s a lelter from Bol! to M.ir.
1011, dated tu June. in which the former ex.
prc ssly elnies tliat hc had been oflered 8400
by his ' Ucmocratic friends, one of whom
is a memberof Council from Boston," ifhe
wnuld voto for iho Loeofuco Senalors- He
tav., My Democratic friends there, quite
a numbcr of lliem, gavo me a solemn prom-ist-
tliat I should have that sum ;and nol on
ly tha-, but I sliould have a commission as
Juslicc of Peace."
Now ihe commission ofthe Jusiice of
the Peace given to.Bell by Governor Mur.
ton, is datcd on the' 3d of July, or in the
moulhfollotving the receipt of Bell's letter,
in which ho acknowlcdgcs to the Gover
nor that ho had been guilty of receiving a
bribc- So that the people have all tho re
qnisito proof to convinco them that Govcr
nor iUorton did commission Uel with a
full knowledge ol his utter want of princi- battle ofthe Thames.
plc. How utterly destituto of principle The American was brilliantlv illuminatcd
rnust the Gevernor himself be, when he , in the evening, and the gallant old Kentuck
could, under such circumstances, afiix his . ian was escorted to tho boat at half past 3ev
signaiure toa docur.ient which uxpresscd en, when he took his departure for New
the most cntire confidenco in Bell's dis
crelicm nnd integrity" !
Afier the disclosure oflho horrible cor
ruption of the Locofoco leadcis in Massa
achusetts, there can be no doubt who will
bethe nexl Governor of that gtorious old
Siate. If George N. Briggs, the Whig
lioes uqi receive ai leasi JU,.
000 majoruy, it will sbow conclusivuly that
. lh(.,es tonjeti.jng roIu.n ;n lho 6,ate o(
Uenmark." Lroy Wh'g-
Ve publish in common with other whig j
newSpapers andthe journa of Commerce, !
thc denial ofthe Locofoco organ in York !
county, Pa., that Dr. Nes was a Locofoco; I " "e sum oi
the same paper pronounces him " a coon f.3 000 t" n??r for fr.,al ?l ,l,c ,SX"T
of 1840, a Natioual Bank, a Protective Ta- , ?our 0 bo hMea ll"s "y 011 4ll 1 ues
riff, Distribution, Clay Whig Still, the da of Janulr' xt.-lhiune.
uazettc persists in clanning him as a Lo
opposeu to a iationai uanis,
Distribution. and other Wliifr measures. i
Is there no liniit to the prolligacy ofthe
Gazette oa such subjects ? AVill it ' ever'
tcll the truth when " a Iie will serve its turn
OLD MASSACIIUSETTS !
'Maar.chusetls never surrenders1' though
gro nnd treachery havo twice secured a
I jceming Iriumph to her cncmies, but she
sliakis them From her as a waking lion the
d w.drops from his mane. We have jusl
rclurned from a fiying trip through the Old
BaySiatc, here every thing is going as
Wnigs would have it. Mortun I.ad a plu
rality of seieral thousands Instyear; nowhe
will be bcaten nearly or quilo Ten Thou
sand. The Whig spirit of ihe S'ate is ful
ly arouscd, nnd there can be hardly a doubt
of ihe flection nrlSniGGS by the People and
a Whig ascciidancy in every branch ofthe
Govc.-nrneul. But for Pnliticnl Aboli'.ion,
o should carry the Slate by Twcr.tv T hou
sand majorily bul no matter the rnajority
will be large enough. I.oco.Facoism can
nol buy tho control ofthe Slate ihisycar,
ihougli it wcre to bankrupt iiself and could
buy iMrmbers ofthe Logislature iu-leflnitely
at a suit of clo'.hcs each. TJiree cheers for
llic waking Lionof tlieOld BaySiale! Sha!l
not New-Yohk oniicipate her glorious
emancipatiou 7 Triiune.
We have checring advices from thi
young and vigorous Slale. Thero is an rven
chance oflho tlcction of a Whig Governor,
Licutenant, and two of ihe threo Congress
men, andthe Whigs hardly a membcr in
tho last Lcgisluture. Our friends who have
woid from every part ofthe stale assurcs us
ihul the rnajority eithor ivay this Fall will be
trifling, and such as lo !eavo no doubt in the
mind ofany Whig that lho Slate will east
her voies for Henry Clay in 1844. Thus
fliais tno Whig bauner in the sunshine in
evory quarier of the Umon ! Tribune.
Thc vote at thc late Eleclion is Ihe heat-
iestettr east in Ihe Stale. In all but one
County (Ware) tho If'hig mnjority is over
3,500 on Congrcss as well as Governor.
Senate 47 Whig. 44 Loco ; House 125
Whig, 77 Loco ; Whig majorily in Joint
Ballot, 51. Tribune.
fr Col. R. M. Johnson, late Vice Pres
idcnt, arrived in our City last evening from
Kinderhook, in Ihe Albany day-boat, and
lias taken lodgings at Howard's Hotel.
Pursuant to previous arrangement, our
I ciiizens, without respcct to party, received
Hon. Richard M. Johnson on fe.iiurda-.
The commiltee appointed for the purposo
were met by a numerous cavalcade ofourK,,
ciiizens, and the committeo of reception in ,
v.uiiiuKca. w.s ,u UaU u.
roads, Capt. Hatch s company did not pa. j
rade, but mainly jotncd the procession on
L0 ilieoppearanco ofthe process10n at
'he summit ol tho hill. tho village behs wera
runS' rd at a Ii,,,Q aflef lwo' ,he cava,rade
,urDe.d "u lh?, 81uare 01 ,ho north west cor-
ne'; from St-Pau s.reet and pass.ng round
r? lho sou.,h s,d? 1,a,lcd ,n fronl of 'h? Court
ZlVZT.i 6 carr,.nScs conlaining tho
' "- n.-i.einiuu commiuee iiuv.
jog.BKen coavenieni pos.tions. Ihe Hon.
rimothy Follett.inbehalfof ihotown.ad.
dressed Coi. J. in a hichlv
speech, in which, after briefly
lho sprvirM ivhir.h hnrf ftnrnit rtn rtmnn
straiion now made, be wclcomed tho disiin.
suishod guest to the Staie of Vermont and
lo thc town of burlington.
Col. Johnson replied in a speech of twen- j
ty or thirty minutes. in which he expresscd j
ms gra.inca.ion anu priae bi i.ie
tions of atiachment ho had met with ' here
and elsewhero, and was plesscd to sav many '
I complimentarv ,higs both of our Sl'ate and
ourariiM. He said the ladies of Kentucky
mij i,;m i -
1 11 1"'!" eletlU h'S Jre:,:,i
home. and indeed." said he, I ftar they f
willbe jealousifl tell them what I really !
.L 1. .f.L Tr ....
inuiK oi me vermont girls." ihese and
numerous olner things said the Colonel, but
we took no notcs, apd do'not choose lo at
teropt o refioit of his speech. BufSce it to,
say that il causcd considcrable laughtcr
and was we! chcerod at its conclusion.
After the sperchcs ihe vctcran retircd to
tho American, whero ho was posted in the
sitting room nnd stood for nearly an. hour
shaking hands ivith the crowd who passcd
him at quick-slep pacu.
At four, abnut seventyfivo peoplc sat
dnun to an informat dinaer, which how ever,
could scarcely been bet:er if atlended with
every formality. Ilere remarks were made
by IIon T. Fol'-stt cbairman. Hon. S. &
Phelps, Hon.G. P. Vnn Nesa. Hon. W A.
GriswoM, Gpn. Skmner, D. B. McNeil
and I. H. Holi, Esqre. ofPIattsburgh, Col.
H. Thomas, William Noblo, Esq., Charlcs
D. Kasson, Esq.. Ilemau Lotvry, Esq.,
Harry Bradlcy, Esq , and Rev. J. O'Calla.
Uunng the afiernoon Col. Johnson, at ihe
request ol the comnanv iravn n sl-pmh nfihn
JVe have beco much gralificd at tliis re
cep'ion, marked as it was by unafected
good will on all sides, and a determination
to seize the opportuoity thus ofTered of llirow.
ing aside for a moment the party divisions
which enter us ana Imost unfailing ingredi
ent imo our public gatherings in thc parti
We are assured Col. J. was highly plrased
with his recpplion, and the kindly spirit
manifested loward him. We wish him
health and a safe ruturn to his own Ken
tucky. Bur. Free Prest.
. T,!e cMminatwn of young Fassct
hf ,?lo3clL Mr; laiUc Bennelt lias order-
(& Ex-President Adams anived in Buf-
r t5.,,.i.. i. ... .i m t
I ning tock passage in tho sleamer Gen.
r .. J .,
Wnyne for bne, on his routo to Cincinnati.
K7" The General .4sf5embly of the Slate
of Rhode Island met at Kingiton on the
30th. Tho Providencu journal says :
" fl'e do not learn thut there is an unsual
amouiit of businusi befjro lho General As
sonibly, and presumu that it will bo readily
despalc'ncd wiihin '.ho week."
(U Whenever an election goes against
the whigs, cr in any way that it may be tor
tured into an cncouragcment to Loco-Fo-coism,
it is conspicuously paradcd at full
length and with a forinidable display of
arithmctical ingenuity in thc Journal of
Commerce, When any gocsfor the Whigs,
it is slurred ovcr as briefly and blindly as
possiblc. For instancc thc Baltimore elec
tion of this week the most descisive, uk
mistakablc indication of popular sentiment
that lias been given in two years there
being purely a riolitical issue, an unparal
leled vote, and a Van Buren rnajority ovcr
Ifarrison in '40 changedto a decided Wliig
mqjoriti now the Journal thus crustily
chronicles it, without cven stating the pol
itics ofthe Mayor elect :
"ALvyor of Baltimore. James E.
Law has been elected Mayor of Baltimore i
bv a maiontv of au4 votes. 1 he unncil
compriscs 10 Whigs and 14 Locos."
There are just three mistakes in this
paragraph, beside the suppression ofthe
politics of the Jlayor elect and the charac
ter of the contest. And yet this Journal
of Commerce is often considered aneutral,
and by the Christian Editors ofthe Alba
ny Argus represented as a Whig paper!
Mr. Uaac Doolittle, of Benning
ton, Vi., has invcnted a machino which
makcs barrcN out ofthe ruw stutT, and it i
said, boitcr barrels thau come from thc hand
oftlio cooper, nnd ata checpcr ralc. It
takes any kinJ of wood, and fashions lho
staves and hraling, adapts them, niikes a
tigbl fit, and completcs tho barrcl in all but
pulting on thc hoops. It is a who'e coo.
pcr'tt shnp in ilsulf. We sliould think Mr.
Doo little had did considerable, in this in
ttjnce. 07" Tho examination of Roberts Bell
and Hull at Middletown, Ct. on tho charge
oflhc lr.urder of Afrs. Bacon, rcsultcd in
their full committal.
OCT" An nfTray took place a shnrt timn
since at Acmpbis. Tenn.. between W: W.
.Uiller, and W. C. Colvin ir. which Col
vin was killed bv a blow from the fist of Mil
ler. 05" Ten inches of snow at Rochester
on the 23 ih inst.
How Gov: Morton was Elcctcd. It has
been asserted by the Loco-Foco papcrs that
Marcus Morton was elcctcd by tho votes
of the people. We assert that he was elec!-
jus,;co-s Commission, 1 Licht ffouse t.
1 Suit orciolhs. 8400 promiscd.
T1)j3 h aItoger-.er a new und 0f poli-ical
capi,aI in old .Masanchusells. How do tho
virtunus and refU-cling voters of the Slato
reKll ils introduction. N. Bedford Mer.
(&- Col. R. M. Jousson arrived in
Aibany on thc 19 h nnd, was waited upon
by a deputatio.i ofthe Irish Repeal Associ-
ation nnd rcquestcd to presido at a mcelins
oflhe A,socialiorl during his stay in. the
Ho was obliged to decline in conse-
- C(J 0f prir engagcmcnts ; and left the
!lv nn Mondavafternoon for the residence
0fCj.presi,Ient Van Buren.. where he will
a r A. ?nrt itin rmnm m K--..
Walton's Vermont Register and
Farmcr's Almanac fbr 18 14.
fr,nE publ;sherswiIlin!lkethe Vermont"
b R . . Ru f ,
& .v. - - -
plete than any which has ever before been
" ... , ,
and it will bc tssued on or near
ru...nL.. , .,;;
t . t i ' j
ana compieie n.ecisicr can oe issueu.
ff?- The edition will be limited, and or-
P1' f' ?ake' m?rch!ln
&c-' should dr8 their orders immedi-
E. P. WALTON & SON,
September 10th, 1643.
WOOL. Tbe Farmcr says there m n
moro regular demand for all descriptions.
and recent prices are fully supported.
Provisions. A good supply of Becf in mar
ket, and considerablo sales at S7, mess.Pork
advancesa little, Extraclean 813,50 to 14,.
00 flless 810,50 to 11,00.
Marri c d,
In Bridport, Oct 26th by Rev. Dana
Lamh, Mr John G. Crossctt, to Aliss Jano
E. MiUikin. all of Bridport.
In Weybridge, on 25 ult Mrs. Zerali
1'ortpr, aged years. Prinlers in BufTdo.
n. i . anu atanslcad U. Uanada a-e n-
ied to insert.
In this villago on Salurday evening Nov. !
4th Mr. Frederick B. Morton, JE 21 son
of Mr. William Morton of this place. j
During the progress of the discase, that
had been preying upon him,for several years
tho decased endured his.sufTerings with
great patienco and fortitude. In his early'
death, both his friends and society, havo
sustaincd a loss which time will not repatr.
H is amiablc disposition, and the virtucs that
adorned his character, will still bo remoni
bercd long after the cold nnd silont grave
has closed around his Iifeless body. A short
time previous to his deccaso he professed
his faith in Christ as his only propitiatory
sacrifice, and togclher ivith other christian
friends partook ofthe sacramcr.t. Though
we mourn, we tnouro not as thoso whithout
hope. We kriow that at the fearful hour,
when tho tfeceused was summound to mect
his God bright visions of immorlu! happi.
pincsi cherished and supported him.
"In that pore lwor oflearlcsi joy,
Earth's parted friends sltall meet,
With imile j of lore tliat nerer 6dc,
And blesedness complete.
In Bridport October lGth an infant Son
of Joseph and Polly Smith, aged 2 wceks
and 2 davs.
BUFFALO ROBES. 4 balcs No. 1
JLbTP BufTalo Robe; Fur Caps. Fur Trirn..
med and Cloih Cnp, just rec'd at the new
cheap slorc. by BROWN & SHELDON.
WO THOUSAND BushelsofOatswan.
ted immcdiately. bv
RROWN d SHELDON.
UGRS. Doublo refined Loaf, Lump
-3 nnd Biown Sugars, of different nuali-
i r 1
ties, tor saie very cueap iur casli ny
T. C. SMITH.
New Haven, Oct. 23, 1843.
Shakor Hcrbs and Extracts.
A LARGE assortment of Herhs, Roots,
itc. from theUnited Society ofShnkers
at Walervilet, just received anil forsuleat
Drn; store of Russel St Gridlet.
Nov. 8. 1843. 27
THE winter Term ofthis institution will
commence on Monclay 27th inst. As no
suitable room, for the use of the school da-
n"jr winter, has been providcd, thc pupils
will accommodate tbcmsc ves at home with
neccssary convenicnces for cettinz their les
sons, nnd recite to the Preceptor at his study.
Middlebury, Nov. 1st, 1843. 37;w3
TTUTTER! Buttcr! Wnntcd good ball
liuttcr p.t J0 cts. pcr lb. in exciiange
for Goods. W. S. Joiikson,
Nov. 6, 1843.
WmnNTER SPERM OIL. 2 Casks Oil
of a supcrior nuality, for Rale liy
Nor. 1843. VV. S. JOHNSON.
LOUR. Superfine Flour, in barrcls
and balfbarrels. W. S. Joiinso.v
OIL & PINTS. Linsecl Oil, boilcd
anil raw, and an assortment of Paints,
forsalc by W. S. Jonssos.
JAILS and Glass
Window Glass, an
J- assortment. Nails cf all sizes liy tb
keg or lb.
W. S. Joii.i.-ow,
THE subscribcr is now rcceiving a good assort
Cotton Yarn Carpct Warp Candle
wick Cotton Datting Brown Sheetings in
great varity, ar.d vcry cheap.
GROCERIES.Teas very good &z cheip.
Crockery nnd Glass ware,
Drugs and Medicine,
LampOil fir.st quslily,
Winter Spcrin, Linsced Oil,
White Lead, Venetian Red,
French Yellow. Spanish Wlnte.
Putly, Window Glass,
Horse Nail Rods. Casl and Sweads Stccl,
Cm Nail. fcr.. ic.
All of nbich willbe old rery low for cash, most
kinda of produce or oa ahort approred credit.
New llaTen. Oct. 23, 1843. T. C. SMITH.
To Wool Growers.
rilHE ' Subseriber being a
JL Yankoe.and wishing to cx
cel in lho improvcments of thc
day,has uscd every cxertiun, and
consulted io hisopinion, the mostexpcricnc.
cd practical wool growers in Norlh Amer.
ica, viz., Effingham Lawrence of Flushing
Loug Iiland, llcnry Swift of Poukeep&ie
Dutchess Co., Jennison and Giant of Wal
pole, N. H , nnd several on Nanluckel Is
land, likewiso with II. D. Groveof Hooiick
N. Y., and finally decided and purchascd
of Henry Sivift, from his chotce fluck a
fow choico ewcs, and one slock shecp,
and would ofTer to iTie public a few sclect
slock sheep, for the superiorily of which ref
erenco may be had to Silas H. Jennison of
Shoreham, of Asa Chapman of Middlebury.
Rockwood of Bris'.ol, Azel Cliipman of
Shoreham. S. II. Walkcr and P. Ellitharp
of Bridport, Hollet Thorn Addison, all of
whom bavc improved from my flock. IiYoik)ina letler, shall have sent to tl.cm
would say that in my humble opinion, in l fifiy pound.i of good News Ink. Please
weighland clean hne wool comoinea togeth.
cr iiicv i;auuuiuo auiiiu.bu ... tiii.nwimi.iii
sect.on. upnllemen ao not do to Mind
that you will nol call at my residence' in
Shoreham and judge for yourseives.
i.ikewtse have succeeaea in procunng a - . - .,, , . . '-n ii
f Prim P7,r Merino Slocl : sheen whhhed 'n tbe village Middlebury, at prcsFa.1 1
which I should bs plcascd to accommodate
any who should wish to irnprove that kind.
Nov. 1, 1643. ' 27.
A" First Jlatc
Assortment of Beaver Clolhs. Broad Clolhs,
Cassimer'es, Sattioetts, and all kinds of tr!m.
tuings will bo foun'd atiA. FRANCIS'
Farm For Sul
fiJiTUATED in New Ha.
ven, on the road leading
from East Mills to the ceiitre
of the town. Said farm con-
taining eigty acres of good land.good House,
wood House, Barn. Slied, &c, well watered
by never faihng Springs and a plenty of
Orcharding, woodland &c, for furlhcr par
ticulars enquire of tho Subscriber on the
The premises are 8 miles-from the ccntre
of Middlebury, or village of Vergennes, nnd
3 miles from the flourishing town of BiU-j
lol. MARTIN LEWIS.
Oct. 25th, 1843. 20
THON WANTEf). A lew Tons of Irun
JL wuntcd before tho closo of Navigatiun
for which a partcash and n part eoods will
be paid. T. C. SMITH.
New Haven, Oct. 23. 1643.
Noticc is hereby civon that I shall sell
at public auction at the Vermont Hotel, on
the 18ln day of November 1S48 at lt o'-
clock a. M. the House and lot onpositc the
jail in Middlebury, lately owncd by Gcorgo
CHS. LINSLEY, AdmiDislrator.
Middlebury, Oct. 31 1843. 20;3w
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOIt AT LAW,
O&ice Nn. 7, Xii huU' Buildlug ovcr A. Francls' Stnre.
Scpt. 26, 1813. 21 If.
We the Subscribers bpin appointed by
the Probate Court for thc district of New.
Haven Commisionors to rrceive. exnmine.
and adjust all claims nnd demands of all per
sons against the csiale of
late of Addison in said district deceased rep
resented insolvcnt nlso ull claims and de
mnnds exhibiled in oftlct thcrclo and six
calendar months from tho 11th day of Oc
tober 1843 being allowed by said Court for
thit purpose, we do tlicrelure Kivo notico
that wo will attcnd to tho busincss of our
siid appointment at the dwelling houso of
Philo Bovvers in said Addison on the first
Wednesdays of January and April next,
from one till fuur o'clnck P. M. on cach of
JOS. HAYWARD )
OLIVER DEXTER y Commissioners.
NATH'L ALLIS ) 24;3-.
Neediiah & Desnis, ") .Addison county
vs. VJune Term 1313.
HlRlM II. ClIAMPLia. )
WHEREAS Levi Ntedham nnd Allen
Deiiui, both of Middlebury in the coun
ty of Addison, partncrs under thc firni of
Needham Dennis, at the term of the
County court held at Middlebury in anil for
the county of Addison, on this sccond Tues
day of June 1813, coiijiiienced their action
against Iliram 11. Champliii of the same
Middlebury, in a plca of tbe casc, on note
datcd January 1st. 1342 for 100, payuble
in good,ini:rcbantable,sprucemarket plank,
to bo dclivered at or near the store of thc
plaintifTs in said Middlebury, by thc first day
of Septeinber then next wiih interest; in
which Abner .Everts ofsaid Middlebury was
summoned ai trusteo of thc defcndunt; (as
pcr wru on me. i anu wncrens it is su""es-
ted to the court that the said Chatnplin wa
absent frdni the Statc at the time of tbe srr
vice of said writ, and has not had personal
noticc of said service. It is ordereu by the
Court that the said Channliii be notiried
thcrcof by publication of thc substance of
said ileclpration nnd this order, in the Mid
illebury Pcople's Press, a newspaper printed
in said Middlebury three wceks succcssively
tne last ot tvnicu publications shall be nt
leost thirty days before the iitrxtterm ofsaid
Court: And dny thercof given &c. until the
said next lerin to 1k iield on Tucsday thc
second Tucsday of Dccembcr IS 13.
25;w3 S.SVIFT, Clerk.
Ciiahles TENNtr vs. ) Addison County
Hccir Macill nnd Court, June, Term
William Gkee.v. ) 1843
tSIHEREAS Charlcs Tcnney ofMidlcbu
16 ry in tbe county of Addison, at ihe pres-
eni lenn oi inis court, conimenceu nis nriion
by nttachment against iuzh Masill and Wil
liam Green, both of Malone in the county of
I'ranKlin anil stale ot new xork copnrtners
under ihe firmof Hugh Magill St Co. in n
plen ofthe casc, on note datcd 20th March
1843, for 69 dollnrs payable on demand with
use; in which Jereiniah Alycrs and Silas
Randull were summoned as trustces; as pcr
writ on tlie. And whcrens itis suzgested to.
the court. tbat the said Magill & Green were
without this state at tho time ofthe service
ofsaid writ and have not had personal notice
of said suit; It is ordered by thc court, that
they bc notified thereof liy publication of the
substancc uf thc plaintitr 's declaration and
this order, in the Middlebury l'eoplo's Press,
a newspaper printed insaid Middleury, three
weeks sucressively. the last of which shall
be at least thirty dnys before the next term
ofsaid Court: And day thcrenf was given
&c. until thc said next term to be hcld on the
sccond Tuesday of December 1813.
25;w8 S. SWIFT, Clerk.
CB1RGE is nyiiu Iling hli Slorc nilk STirLE
Drj Goods; 1
and will continue tu Mll for 'Casb, most articlcs as
dicap aa beretofore,notnriUMtanding the amaUadrance
in Market. I
Stplember. 27, 1S13.
P. PROUT. Pbintiso Ihk Man.
ufacturpr, No. an, Sprine St.Ncu-.,
York, still conlinues to manufacure a su-,
perior article to any onc in the United Stales
and upon a rensonaUe terms as it can be .
procureu iromany ottier estnbl..hmcnt. llo ;
also manufacturss Ink ofvarious cotors, as
red, bluc, greer., yellow cj.c.
N. B. Hupbshers of Newjpapers copy-
ing lho i above adrerttsement four timcs. and
forwarding one copy containing.it, and ci..,
uiyauij; a ibu j-ruuai uiii .uuiieui iu new ;
j mention tne rress you use. z
Hpusc and Lot for Sale.
11 IIE subscrilier ofTers for sale n good
. and convenient dwelling Houso sit-
ent occupicd py H. Wilcox. Ternn-mod.
cratc and poscssions given immediaiely.
,Por' furtbcr particulnrs inquir 'on tho
premiiea ot A. B.Uh.VVlTH, - CO;
"Ten cords or more, of good hardr well
seasoned wood, aro wanted immcdiately by
the Peoplo's Preh oflico.
WE the subscribers being appointed by thc
Probate Court tbr Ihe district pf Addison,
Commissioners to receive. examino anil
adjust all tbe claims and demandj ofall per
sons against the Estate of
lato of Middlebury in said District, deceas
ed, represented insolvcnt and also all claims
and demands exhibited in oflset thereto:
And six months from the 2nd day of Octo
ber inst. being allowed liy said Court for that
purpose, we do tberefore givc notice that we
will attend to the business of our said np
pointmeut at the dwelling house ofthe Wid
ow ofthe deceased in Middlebury onthe last
Xuesdays of Dcc. nnd Feb. from mne o'clock
A. M. unlil four o'clock P M. un each ot said
IRA ALLEN ) ,
AMON WILCOX J Lomrs
Dnted at Middlebury this 19,day of Octo
ber 1S43. 25:3w
STATE OF VERMONT, J
District of Addison ss.
JtF. it remeinbered that at a Probntc Coon licIJ at
MiddleburT, in and for lho lltstrict of Addison, on thc
19l!i i'ay ofOctober A. 1) 1S43.
Pollv Wright and William F.Wright admiiiiatrators
oflhc estaia of
late of Leiceftcr in tairf I)itr'ct deceased, lnaKc
application tu said Coart, tu haie tlie time allowed
him for thc paj ment of thc debts of tbe deceased ex
tendcd one ear from the expiration ofthe time bcre
tofore Hmitcd by this Coort : It is tberefore ordcrcd
that the saidappHcntion be considered bj tlii Court
at a session thereof lo be beld at the olficc of llieReg
ister ot said Court in said Middlebury, on Thursday
the 16th day ofNoTemLer nextat onc o'clock in
ihe aftcrnoCMi aod Uut notice tiiercof be giveu to all
pcrsonr iotcre(ed tlnt tlicy nuv apuear and make their
ubjections ifany thejhave totlieiaid time Winj etcn
ded by publifliin a certified copy of thi order in the
ilUdWlniry I'eople's Prefs a pciiBpa
said Jiiddlebu'y inrcc wecKs succesneivi prcvioiu u
the time of rM Court.
J. BUSHNELL, Regi-ter,
A true copy iifreconl,
Attist, J. S. BUSHNELL, Rec. 26.
STATE OF KERMOiNT,
District op Audi.-o.x, s.i.
BE it remembered.tbat ata Probate Court
liclil at Middlebury, in nnd fur tlieDistrict of
Addison.on the lgih day of October, A. D.
Samuel Swift cxpcutor ofthe last will
ntid tcstameut of
SEYMOUR SELI.LIt K,
late ofsaid .Viddlebury,ileceased, prescnts
his administration account fur tettleincnt :
It is thercfore ordered, thatthe same bcex-
ninincd for allowance by said court, at n ses
sion of said court, to bu ho!d nt ihe oflica of
the Register of said court, m sai.t Middle
bury .onThursday tbe 16th day of November
next, nt 1 o'clock in the afiernoon, and that
the said executor giva noticc to oll persons
intcresteil, tliat they may nppear nnd innkc
their objections ifnny they bavc to.tho al
lowance of said arcount, by pulilisliini; n
ccrtilieil copy ol' this order in the Middlebu
ry Pcople's Press.a newspaper printed nt
said Middlebury three week succesaively,
; .1. f .
prcviuus tu (i.c iiuie ui .iiu cuuru
J. S. BUSHNr LL, Register.
A truccopy of rpcprd.
Attest. J. S. BUSHNELL, Re?. 2G
STATE OF VERMONT,
District of Addison, ss.
rE it remembercd that at a Probate Court
held at Middlebury in and for the district
ot Addison on tne -Jln day ot Uctober, A
Martlia llillcr adininiatratrix of thc estrto of
late of Ripton in said dietrict deceased resents her
admtnutiation account for allowance: lt is tliereforo
onlered. that the same be exauiucd fur allowance by
said court ata session thercof to bc hcIJat thc ofGcc
ofthe Register ofsaid Court in said Middlebury on
Thurdav, ihe 16th day of November A. P. 1S43 at
one u'clockin the afiernoon. and that said adniinlstra-
lrrgire notice thercol to all persons intcrcstcd tliat
they may appcar, ar.d make tlicir objections ifany
Uiey baie to the alkm ance of saJJaccuunt bv nubluli
ina certified copy of this order in the Sliddltbury
Tcoplc's Pres, a "newspaper printed at said Middle
bury, mrec wecns jucccssireiy prenous to tuc sess
ion ofsaid Court.
J. S. BUSHNELL, Kejister
i irue copy ol record.
21 Attest J. S. BUSHNELL Bcgiaier,
STATE OK VERMO.NT, )
Distkict of Addison, ss.
BE it remenibered. that nt a rrot&te court Iicld at
Middlebury, inand for the District of Addison, oa tho
19th day of October, A. D. 1813.
JohnSpaldin; namcd executor in an instrument pur-
ponin io ocinc ian wuiana irstaincnt oi riUM
STANARD. Lite of Wejljridge in Dwtrict.Wc
ceascd, preents the same (or probate: li is therelbre
or dered, that the same bc cxainincd fur probate at
a scsion of said court, to hc hcld at the office ofthe
Register nf said ciurt. in said Middlebury, oa Thariu
day, tuc Ibtu day ol iovcmoernext, at J o'cI.Kk in tne
afiernoon: and that noiice thereof be ir Ten tnallber-
sous interesteiL that they may appcar and make their
ohjertH)n totbe probate and allowance of said will.by
publifhin; a cert fied copy of this order in the, Mid
(iiciiury reopie s rres. a newspaper prtnted at said
Midlclmry, three wceks scccessitely, prerious tothe
time of said Court.
J. S. Bl'SIINELI,. Register.
A true copy of reeord.
Altcst, J. S. HUiallNKLL, Regisler. 26
Is nov ope.iing his winter supply of frcsh
Good,, consisting a genernl assortment of
rorcign nnd uomcstic
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE.
SrEita jsd Lkhd Oix. op
which wern scleclcd with cnrc, nnd of supc
rior quality Plcasc call at thc Ciieap Cash
Storr. nnd cxamine.
Middlebury Oct. 21st 184:).
All persons indebtcd to the subscriber.are
rcqucsted" to make immediate payinent,
those having unsettled accoun!s will do well
to call and settle. thc same without dclav.
Middlebury, Nov. 1. 1813. 28
ShoM nny person havo any Demand
ajMt eilh0 Widow Prof. Turner, or
StorrSlEsq.inadvertanty left tnwU
ed Iam flUthor!zf:d to requeRt thom ,0
on ,38 for aijU3trneDt.
45 3w j, HAGAR.
THE Subscriber is now rece
complete assortment of
adapte.l to tho
and W i n to r T r a d c,
Comprising many new'styfes never before
offered in market. He invitcs tbe attentlon
np tho rmnmunitv. to a larirer and better ae-
lected stock' than has ever liefore been oficr-
ed in this vicinity. r. v. ivi.Liu"a.
Cornwall. &ept. aa, im
FOR3. Maffs, Collirs
Oct. 13, 113.
and Boas Iust
V"i(,' t ,li
Frinces. Ginips &c.
OHA1R and Silk Fringes in ?reat va
riety Black, Btue-Uack and coluicu
Gimrri at BIRGEV.
UCt. 18, J843.
200 cords s;ars3TeJb"dI1 Wl0,r'
Oct. 18, Ja W. S. JoHX'f.:.
WfNTER SPERM OIL. Tbe nA -'ii"
mon pure'' for n'e I y
Z, BECKwrni & Co.
CARPET WARP. A first rate atlm
for&aleby Z. Beckwituw&. Co'u.
AJ1TH or vrtTitooT hclvet foallV
H Z. Bkckwitk, & C.
Supcrior Teas, Sugars, and M j-
lasscs, just received by
Oct. 10ih. 1S43 A. FuAtNCIa.
At thc old Auction and Com
are now receivinif cur Fall and U'in-
Which will positively he solilas I. was ther
can be bouglit in this Countv nr Stale fur
Cash or approrrd Credit,
Our lnenJs anrt the l'ui'lic M Oi;t.eral arr
nvited to call and cxa.tiine our e.xtrnsive
Stock of go'uls before Purchaam tl-o
wheie. Z. BKfKWITH, it Co.
Middlebory Oct2J 1313.
THE subscribers are now rrccivin: tbrir
fall supply of goodj, coiisuling of
Dry Groccrics, Crocker) , Iron
and Stccl, Sa!t, Fisli,
anil nl.noit overy article ujually enijuired
for, which will bc sold for PAV, a Iw m nt
any store in the County. All kindj uf pro
duce received in ii.iriiient.
'WRIGHT St BUSH.
Shoreham, Oct. 2, 1343. 23
DWABD WA1NWR1GIIT still cun-
tinues his establUl.nicut uiidii thc inoit
extcnjive scalc, and kccpsconstantly ou
a Inrgo assortment of
of lho best imterial and finest caatiii; coii
sistingof Yunkeo Notinn, Vnnkee Nnri m
improved, nud the New Notiun. SpaMniN
Improrc.nent, Fanner stuvc, Prrni'iiuninTl
Albany Prciniuiu S sizes, a.id Parlnr Cunh
store. Also thc Doublo Cnnad.i, u.ul e nlrt
Cauada Box stovc. OtbcrBoxsture a grcnl
Am 3'iaiiT sTnvts, Fcvernl sizrit
Tbe Stanixy P-ihl-r stovc, the Nte.-t pu
tent out, and not fuund at any oiher i!cu
iu.this region. Also
Plows, CiLuuos Kettles all sizes, Ui-ctl
Mouihs. nrch fra.ues. gralcs, east Icijr!.
Hollow, Ti.i anil sticcr Iror wbk, n
fieiieral assortmoiit, stuve pipc, nhevt ziui
All sorts ot" JOB WORIC done on hfirt
At his FUKNACE near the villnsc Cinf
in?s willbc rni.de to all pnlterns iln.ircil, hihI
all parts of stoves which have heen ca.-l fur
20 years past at this establishineut will l
furnishTd nt s'hurt notice.
Priccs reaonnble as at any cstab'ih.nrtit
in thc counlry. Horses, Cattle, nnd ii'i,t
kiiuls nf Fj.rmcr's produco received in pny
inent at tl.e gninc priccs
Middlebury, Ocl. 19, 1S43. 2i
Tlie SubfCriber it now rcrfivi"2 g''M
fall Butier in exchanae for jjooo, nt IUi "i
per pound. Cornwi.ll Oi::. IS. Is 13.
P. W. COLLI.NS.
Tliis day tbe t'ipiirtiiiihip ht'rcliifjrf c
isting between Joseph Krnst niid A
Skifl. under thf name imd finn ol u P-
Co. is this dny Dist.o!ved by inu'". i
scnt. JnF.ni yriu-
Anet r f-'n-.-f
Bridport. Oct. 1 1843. 24
' SUAWLS, FA NC Y U A KDKER
CH1EFS. And Ladies Ciiavats, tlie Intcst stjle,
just received and for S.ile chenp by
OTS of Calicocs by the Cord Piecn nr
Single vard, juvt received and fur
saleby Z. BECK.VITH & Co.
Oct. 2d, 1643.
LACIv, Brown, Green, Chntnj' n'j
p'ig'rt nnd Phin Alpnccns, tho I" vor.
He goods of the day, Motislinc de Lai cs,
Carolioo Plaid, Sjxon-t MarinopH. &c.
orsale by BEanv'rrn J- Co.
Bring? New Goods for
who is filling up his Iargc and spacious Stre
with almost every kind of Good that arc
wantcd.and which werobought with Cas;
at tho Iowcst prices, and whieb caa nn
Powder and Shot.
HAZARDS Ammaa Sporting Gropstrder, ir
Canutera Itirle and Commoo ruu-dcr b"'...v
aod Bar Lead, at RTJS3Ct.Sc GRIDLE 'S. 1
TOLANNELS -?uner 4-1 Kocbilale uh '
b- t lannels; 3-4 anu s nliito nini gr.-e
English do; white twilled do; 7-3 F;':r s.,
red do,at34 cts. peryd; 73, 4-4 amt 5o ii.
mestio Flunnnls; super 4 by G fcet F.ui nd
Horse lilankcts For rn'e by
Nov. 7. BROWN st SUELOO ..
CAPS: An assortment of Men nnd bo".
Fur trimmcd aml plajn Clot-i Cop'
just received nnd for salo bv
" Oct. 28, J843. T. c. s.Mr;i
K.MIP lllMII V rtd
Collnr. ju-t rctriveJ al
Ociobcr 13, 1313,,