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oewart, Kufus Wainwright, E. D. Barber,
jeph Warncr, Asa Cbapmau nnd William
p.solctJ, That a committec of five bc ap-
tedtoprcpareandsubmittothe delcgu-, ,0 lhe ,vhoIc (Jn;0n . and Jnot , Qn
U to dic convcntion at Brattleboro, a state-, honor lo this slalc and this nalion, but to
Bt 0f the amount of tounagc to and from ' mankind Tho charges to which you re
TiyJIcbury and "ts viciuity togetlicr with the j fcr, I have. aftcr my term of service had
' cripti'"13 of rroI,erty of which it is com- cxpircd.and it was proper for mo lo spcak.
dcnicd bnforc the wholo country ; and I
r,Crnier.AsaChapman, Ira Stcwart ' hc,9 r"late and rcafirm that denial: and
, ,; Johnson, Hastkigs Warren and Lcvi ! s f Pect shol".V , appear before my
&un Jonn. ' . God.to answer for the conduct of mv whole
fetk erc nppomtcU. ,lfei skgM
Oamtion. ,cay to the Throne af Eternal Justice, 1
j&a-W, That acomimtteebe appointed will, in thc prcsencc of OmnipoUnce, pro
tl!.orrc?iondwithGentlemen in othcr sec- nounce themfalse."
0f the country, in relalion to the con-
rtiction of the contcmplated rail road.
HBj. lJclI, O. Seymour nndJ. Wamcr,
j(S0IaJ, That tbe dclcgntes totlieLon
n'.ioa at Brattleboro' be instmcted to call
, t linr thplr rpnnrt nt enpli
"n.solrtd, That the procccdings of the
i 1 1 " -1 . ...1 : ,!, r-1 1 1 ii m rjnl-
, .tiin: ue immuutu m im. ............. .
HOBATIO SEY-MOUR, Chn.
Jed. S. BusnNEtt, Sec.
ni r..ii.... 0ilin frnm lhn BnfTnln
Ji.m'a showing the high reputadon which ably Joncs of Virginia, or Rhett of South
,.c Weybridge Farnier has obtaincd for the Carolilia.
i jtU which he took to the Rochester Fair,! The ncxt great question in the organi
ajwdlasthcone wliich as dcpictcd in the zation of the house, will be in relalion to
Cuhirator. .Mr. Jcwetthas not only ljencfit-' the members from New Ilampshire, Geor
hmiM'lf iu that trausactio... but by the l jIissouri and Jlississipp ,v10 arc
, uMicitj he has o taiuei le las raw n t io the gencral ticket, in defiance
.ntutniu of cntcrpnsiug flock masters in , , , , , ,
, . ., -t .i of the law nasscd by the last concress, re-
UVtem New 1 ork to the supcnor brecus t J '
I flccce of the fiocks in this scctiou of Ver- 1uiring members to be elected uniformily
i,oat Wc have beeu iufurmcd that Mr. hy single districts. This law was passed
M mll liinghain, of Cornwall, has solil 00 by the whigs, and opposed by the locos.
-ucs at tcn dollars pcr head to a purchascr Now scc what thispsuedodemocraticpar-
Ti wotcni New York. T hcre arc sevcral
.-tutlenicn fanners of our accmaiutancc in
VMu County bo have cxcellent Mock
:,d Hocks producing 7o. in cp.nli.y
udqantityh1chmust Sat.Sfy the most ex-
scmis purcbascrs from almost any quartcr ot
In alcttcr Uatc.l uortinnu, ucioucr
.t Mr. H. Rasdam, a d.st.ugmsl.ed
f . c ctt, f cybriilge, Vermont wliich
I-.rnred ofcll wa.J.ed wool after all the
- !' r JV" he bnek 8 1 s thc co
I.J.OZ. xiitj nuifgui iij ' , J .
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in ilif l:it viiltimn oflhe transactious
: At State Agriciihural i
Socictv. My buck u
afcn fmir years old will prohabiy avenige12
thtKntuiidfroiusevcnil otlicr stocks, uearly
,11m-the above. Thcre were aN.. some
uitiliil Doivns, Leicester, &o, belougiug
"luTr f'ccnsurc U.e frce trade '
r,(ific of .Ir. S. W. Jewktt, and to com-
rjpnt upon an article from his pcu piiblishrd
in ihc Cultivator, iu which hcthoiiglit he did
iniiMiceto thc wool growcrs capahiliiics ol
i.nr rreat pniiric.-) out West, wc arc thc more
r..l!m; to noiice, aud comnicnd his cmincnt
S'Xh! 'UCCC'3 a I
RAIL ROAD STOCK. ,
Themoncy article ofthe Boston Postsays,
fouconlRail Road slock has riscn to $50
f...:-.,. ..tr i.. Ur,.
m -jw, ui.llK.uu v.u. .1 n., ... B-
Iu consequencc of the oucrous chargcs made
upon it by the Nashua and Lowell conipa-
meiabranch ofthe L-oncord nul road is con-
.emplnteil and now undcr suncy to thc
titchlmrsh at Groton, 11 miles. llnsisan
adraace of 18 per ccnt above thc original
cost ofthe sbares. LowelUs quotcd 26 pcr
froro Nahua to Groton, cleven miles, to
nieet llic Fitchburg road, wc arc told by 1
Kt of the dircctors that thc roule is now
aioi'dcd , nd wn aro nlso tnl.l bv the samc
er-ntloman. that whcrc thoso comoanics
now receivc S100.000 for tolls from thc
an in iiui vuuuii, n i ....". v. buiilu u ua..,CI lu uiij i.iiuIffc iui.il uiu nvercd, saying that 'it was cot un bv the
uC - ; mtcrcstol tlns lacobincal partv tlemanded. ucntrai Uonmuttee at the citv of
StarKrS They-i.l now again be made the spor,
........... 0 lIlc sanciious 01 ine organic law 01 inc uvmr nu oirn nana; anu tnat, il any
cr. -i.e ou l..s sire. 1 lu-ir carrasses arc cnor- . worthless as the nancr unon ' cI,anSc was ,nale !n ,he rePrt from his owu
-,SfrMen.u.s,a...l thcy are well for mcd. conntrj as iiortmen as Uie papcr uPn , nrst draught, it was through the persuasion
It say uhat he will, Jewctts fchcep which ltis written. But the reckless Alb. j of fricnds tosoftcn theseverity of some ofthe
I iu rtMIl nnl u Rn frpni llll" lll- ., " .1.- : . I -r.i . Tjj 1.. 1 . t -
. .... . .. mciasi irump caru 01 ine iranor 1 resiucni. rauieis uii uic iuch ui 1 lyiiiouiu auu inui nunoai reiiel, and Iiavinj consul'-d nilhseTer- '
wiIlKivctheland toextcnd it to llic pyler hopes aftcr sctting bolh parties by thc , an Address is cxpccted on the occasion, ' f c,Ti?cnl Pj"'. eh fi;"nd Ihe Vcgeta- j
Jlassachusetls hne. The monopoly of ' .. ..... .... ., fl ., ... . ', ble l'ulmonary Balsam to have had ihe desired !
... . w t c.ii n iiiiuii U119 ruiiv.Li. diju 111 iiiu jiiiiici ui tt'itn nitior ciiftfiiiin rx-zrr icnc 1 n..t - : r
ind .nirn rnir o u-i Ihrn lf i - " u.wivisi tiicvti uu ucuuiiucuus 11 a Hii. rnnrpnioni
Concord cnmpany, thc amount will bo rc- up with this poor dupe of his own vanity, ( Young Mcu's Tcmperancc Socicty, Wcdncs
cuccd to 83,000, and the rates of freight and the base hypocracy of the grecdy pack day evcning ncxt at G o'clock, at the Town
ann passage over t.'ie w holc route to lios-
'on will mcet with a proportionato rcduc-
-ion. Pal. ;
Our readers will sce in our colums un
kr Ihe head of Mr. Adams in Kentucky,
'lieenlliusian with what they rccicvcd a
mfcation of Mr. Clay from thc changes
"f coalition foimcrly so bittctly prcferrpd
'jainst him by the followers of Gcn. Jack
son. The words of this great and gocd
"wn who now stands as it wcre with onc
tin thc grave, cannot but command tho
rfpcct andaecure thc belief cvcn of thou
"nds who have hithcrto cntcrtaincd differ.
t sentimcnls upon thc subjcct on which
ilcmn manner in which he declares tho
mnoccncc of Mr. Clay must wcigh down
trcry opposing prejudice aud doubt.
"olhing but his dcep conviction of truth
f 'hat hc said and of his strong deistro
doingjustico to Mr. Clay could havo
"Wuced Jlr. Adams
so cmphaticallv and !
wlcmly again to reaflirm his innoccncc of
. ''argain with which ho has been so
To that part of thc address which was
mado to him upon the occasion to which
have alluded Mr. Adams replied in tho
foliowing language which should be rccord
c m the hcart of eVerv American cit't-
' I lliank you sir, for Iho opporlunity
you have givcn mo of speaking of the
great slntcsman who was associated with
nio in the administration of the Gencral
Gorcrnment.nt tnycarnest solicilntinn
who belongs not lo Kentucky alone, but
The fcderal Icgislature met on Monday
last. It presents a novel spectacle in its
composition. The Ilouse is locofoco to
the hub, and the Senate whig, and so far
as the cxecutive is conccrned it will be
r ., , , ..
lu one nor me oiner, Dut tmeriy
uispucu uuu i fjecicu uy uoin. n is oenev-
c1 that the contcst for speaker will be se-
Y PTf"1 A ivliirv cnnnlror lo i t li n iiitni-
6 ... ..... ,iuu-
tion. But the whigs and the North gener
ally may support Wilkins of Pcnnsylvania,
a protectionist. Tlie South howcver, as
, usual will succced by the aid of northern
doughfaccs to elect a southcrn man, prob-
ty will do with a law passed by congress
n(i r.lpnrlv rnnstitnimi.nl Will tbpv nnl-
,;fi ;t wm th (ram ,e k ; thc dust j
thcm Jo the fou, dceJ prom the
wn..,...u.u...u.,u... Dratcd spccch orthe Iate Jlr. Oglc, dcliver
despolie, ascended thc presidential chair cd, in the House of Keprcsctitatives in 1840,
u.e .aa ,o conEiHuuon ..ave rnner prc-
0f a ruthless faction, and thus another and
fc d f . f fc
- J I:,:Llr
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i iiia h in ijc uin iiiiuiiii' uii inc iuti-t-
. ..... .
.i . ri r i-r.. i
- '1 " " ,
sct in thc case of New Jerscy, and rcnders '
. ,. , .. mal-Psllort
f t. 1 r
work of objcctions to membersh.p foun-
,lcd upon a non compliancc with the laws.'
AmS poanl moves in the '
House, will be an attcmpt of the frce trade
l0Cofocos torcpeal the tariff.Theadhcrcnts
Pr, , , ,111 1 r
as thcy darc, the Vanites will go with thcm, '
y8n Burcn hag rcccnty dcclarcd his open 1
hostility to the prcsent tariE But dare his
trainband in congress votc for its repeal. ,
r r- 1
Silas Wright will head a desperatc effort;
to avoid a final vote upon this subjcct du-
rmgthc prescnt session. Should hc not ,
,i .iii i. ,l.,ro rprnr.l
w, ..... ..v. .... v ,
tlic;r votes agianst any of its protective fea- j
turcs. Weshall scc what wcshall sec. And
.1,53 vieir of the subiect. what follv
d nJ0 jn thc locos in Vermont to
. ..-. ,
cxPcct anJ' ,ncrcase oftl,e tanffon "oo1 ,
ith which they have cncouraged their
party. . !
cxcite a fcrmcut m congress scarcely Iess
incuaciug than the Missouri Question, some
15 Vears since. But thank Ilcavcn, this is
, r .L . . .
th" tlesperate strife, to raise a force wbichwill ;
P'acc him iu the presidential chair. But, a
las poor Yorick! The game has long bcen
of oirite 6Cci;cr3 wh0 have abused his credu- , R
Monlay last, was thc last day for clccting
rcprescntativcs in Massachusctts. where co
choice had bcen made. The retums do no t alter
thc relative position of the parties, the locos
haviug elected thrce, aud thc whigs three, so
that it now stands 18G whig to 133 loco.
M.use Inthe Washington district, Cary
loco is uot elected, falling ehort two hundrcd
Milurd Fillmoiie, has been nominated
in the Buffalo Commcrcial advertiser for the
Mce Presideucy. The nomination is hearti-
aPProvcd bJ- tIle any Advertiser and
Post Office Refokh. Jlectings arcbe
ing held in the citics, and cspecially ouc rc
cently in New York, memorializing congress
upon the neceseity of reform in the Post office
department. The rates of postage and the
franking privilege are cxdccdingly burdcn-
I fintnp. That cheaner noatarcs will result in
. ..... : i,..i ;,,i 1, i.
centcxpcriment made iu Great Britaiu where
a lcttcr weigbinR half an ounce may be sent
for two pence to any part of -the Kingdom
Thc cxcuee therefore of Jlr. Wickliff for the
exhorbitant rates of postage, that the depart
ment must pay its way.is pcrfectly absurd.
Beside by the establishment of prompt, cheap
and expeditious expresses on the great thor
oughfares not one letter in ten it is beb'eved
is carried by uiail
CourtHouse Burned. Tho court house at
Montpelier, a new building was burnt to tho
ground last week on Tucsday. The cost of
the house was $3000, .and insurance $2000.
It is said tohave bcen shamily built, and with
a hope of improvemcnt iu another buildin
its destruetion seems not ,o he much regret0-
tcil. "h. . i . ..
ted. The records wcre savpil .i
which were in use, and left in the clcrks desk
and tho docketof the court which was in
session. Great iuconvenience and delay in
thedispatch of busiuess, will be the rcsult,
but it is believcd between the lawvers and
judges and agrecmeuts of parties most of the '
diuicullics will be surmouuted and set right.
The court still continues its session at 31a
sonic Ilall. An adjourned term ho cver wilj
be the rcsult of the fire.
Jlr. E. Brooks, of the N. Y. Express. a
passenger in the Sheffield, is said to have '
lost his entire baggage, including his man-1 TKS SaK sX hv WCStErn' & Fin
uscnpts and collection of cunosities. As ' IlfA !TFW ipt
however, the ship, with the whole cargo, ! Nbv. 27 1843. "
(damaged) has bcen brought up to the pier,
perhaps the whole will berccovered. Mr. Middlebury Academy.
B. sailed in Miarch last from New-York, 1 .
and has traveled since in England, France, ' This instilution will be open for tho
Belgium, Holland, Deumark, Sneden, rcception ofPupils on Monday Dec 4lh.
Russia, Poland, Prussia, Austria, Ilunira-' A vcrJ' convcnient room. in the house for
ry, Italy and Switzerland, in a periodof m' r'y oecupicd by E. D. Barber Esa.
Iess than S months. His letters arc very ' PI,0''e the MethodUt Chureh, has bcen
interesting. We have somc on hand, from Prov'Jei furnishcd with all iho neccssary
Moscow, espccially, that wcshould be glad ! c.or)vcn!onc!es '"a school room and suffi.
to publish, and hope to have room e re long. ' c!en,,J' ample, it is belicved, lo accommo
Mr. Brooks, in answer to innuirips tJ'"0 ,he achool for the pbesent: at least
his travelingcxpenses wcre little more than
IUU0 dollars time 8 months, and thedis-j . ca ln "le ast to:iego for tho Ad
tance passed over, including two voyatres . 'son 90UI,ly Grammar School.
across the Atlantic, about nineteen thou-l f A. I'm"clj number ofstudenls can be
sand miles. Expenses grcalest in Russia ' ""''fhtd with rooms and boa rd in tho
ncxt Emrland. building with tiio Preccptor on keason-
ZSP The National Intelh'senccr cffectually
discredits a shameless Loco Foco libcl upon
the memory of the late Mr. Oole, of Pcnn
sylvania, iu relation to his cclebratcd spcech.
The tcsdinony of the Intelligeucer, it will be
secn, is uncquivocal and couclusirc :
"With less than its USUal discriminatinn.
the " Pennsylvanian'' lias given currency iu
its gcnerally rcspectable columns to a ridic-
'ts gcnerallv rcspectabl
"'"3 ho- P'rf f' -r I-aper. the
ing instrumental in circulating m& a story.
Wc refcr to astatcmcnt rcspectius the ccle-
which it is said in ih ,n, mUml.
"wh ua"' T
mittce of the great injnstice thcy had douc
him audMr. Van Uureu," &c. So far from
the.r be ing any founda.ion for this story, it is
.witmutlie kuonledgcor evcry membcr of
iiiv jauui; Liiii inu siicecii icus ucitvcrcu as
. -.t ..... .. .
reporteu : ana u is triln
m our personal knoicl
.. ,.,., ,,,. i-J
Qgle hinuelf, and trtis J
t tcas tht tcork of Mr.
from leginning to cnd
passaccs. It follows. of -coursc. that
whole story orMr. Oglc's alleseitstatcmeuts
dur;U5 mon?c,s' is, so fa 0-
ccnis the autheuticity of his reportcd spccch
pitiM nd conte.uptable fabricatiou."
Fitcpddrr (MassA Railroad. This
rad will be opcned 10 Wahham, six mi'cs
from Boston, on Monday ncxt, and omni-
bus convcyance will bo nrovided for all
passengcrs from Boston Jo tho denot in
Charleston at 0 J ccnts e.cb, as a regular
CJ J1'?. Jos," V.a ys-"The
enR"lcs for this road destired prc long
,Q , extended to Brntlleboro'. rc made
by Mcssrs. Hinkly and Drury, of this cit-
J. "na inc nrsl on tucir conlract l.as bcen
"ehvcrcd, and gtntrally approved. As
... ,... r-;P,,l !,. 1.,1 ...
re,lucc ,)pir fare ,0 Wnliham, x ia nmnibus
to 20 ccnls, tne ralc upon thc Waltham
": now opened,.v.!l undoubtealvbo ea-i'
a'J - v 10 T lhU undxpcotcd clmngo
01 Pollcy 0" mo pan 01 mo Worcester,
wliieb has hilherto oppo,ed ihe idea oflow
undcrstand that arranccmcnts are' ,hlt I:e confidently reeommends it. use in all
r e unccrsianu inai arrangcmcnts are, C0B,phInllor,he hest. . cqual. if 0tfuperiorto
making tocelebrate lnthis village, thcan.Uny olher medicine within his knowleJge. .
niversary ofthe landing of our Pilgrim ., O'.Aiaaty Hunling of Franklin, ftiats.writcs
r. .1 .1.- 1. r ni .u - ,
There will be an adjourned mccting ofthe
00m. An ailUrcss 13 cxpccted Irom JJlr. ,
Priggs, a reformcd incbriate, and Tliat 0W1
coptire Jug, faTILL CIIAINED. 13 thcre to .
be cxhibitcd. Let all, who fccl an intcrcst
in temperancc'movcmcnts, attcnd.
S. PEARL LATIIROP, Sec.
The scmiannual meeting ofthe Addison
County Mcdical Socicty will bc holden, at
Middlebury, on Thursday the 14th inst.
at 10 o'clock A. Sl.in the Vcstry of tho
All the mcdical mcn of the County are
rcquestcd to attcnd. Communications
arecxpectcd from Dr. J. A. Allon, and C.
Stono, M. H. Murray, and othcrs.
A. C. Goon.i.n Secrctary.
Addison. Dec. 4, 1843.
CHARITABLE 1NFIRMAR Y.
The subscribcrs will givc Surgical adviee
to thosc who arc unablc to pay, and perfoi m
any operations which may be requited, on
Yvcdncsdays from 10 to II o'clock A. M.at
their respective offices. The formcr will
attend to Surgical easei generally, and the
latter dcvoto special attention to affec
tions ofthe eyes and ears.
J. A. Allex,
5. Pearl LiTnROP.
Middlebury, Dec. 7 1313.
Wool. Domeslic Flccces are quick
sale in Boston, but no change of quota
All persons having unsettled accounts with
the subscriber, will Cnd it for their interest to
settle without delay.
Shorehaui, Dec. 1, 1843.
CLARK RICH informs tho pubHc that
ho will sell'HIorei as cheap, or cheap.
er than any olher dealcr or Pedler in these
&,ad SteK n , ' S
pans. i nat he kecps for sale all tho best
a. . . ' I- - -
oioves, east at urandon and Pittsford ; par
licularly the Yankee Notion Cook Stoves
with Spaulding's patent ovens. &c. kc.
Also tho best Ploughs. Copper, and east,
iron Pumps, and Lead pipe ; and all kinds
ol shect iron, tin ware ifcc.
Old Stovcs. produco &c., Cas'h (if ho
can gct it) receivcd'in e.xchange.
shoreham Nov. 1843. 28-3w
OILK, Cypressi. Willow Bonnctj.just
rcccived, and for sale by
Nor. 27 1843.
"ore 1mP' nnJ convcnient than that pro- '
Tht Preccptor intcnds vcry considor
ablr lo enlargc his operations in the busi
ncss of teaching on tho return ofspring
and toonerif neccssary. Ali branches of
sUidy usually tatighi in Listitutions of tho
kind will reccivo careful attention Slu
dents in preparation for Colloge espccially
tvili recicve the mon assiJuous attcnlion.
The P;ccepior takes this opporlunity al
so lo tendcr his mot grateful acknoulcdgc
menls lo ihe public geneially and to his
pupils and palrotis in particular, for thc
kind rcceplion he hasjmtt with as Instruc
tor, and for the succcss that has hilheito
aMcnded his labors ihrough their inslru
mcntalily He lill solicits a thare of their
palronage. C. C. UISBEE, Prcceptor.
Aliddlebury, Nov. 28, 1843. 30:3w
Ten cord3 or more, of good hard, wcll
scasoned wood, are wantcd immcdialcly bv
thc Pcople's Prcss officc.
UTTER! Butter! Wantcd good ball
Buttcr at 10 Cts. ner lli. in nrrhnn
for Goods. W. S. Joiiksov.0
Nov. 6, 1843.
1ITK1C Sl'ERM OIL. 2 Casks Oil
01 a !
superior quality, for sale by
CjLOUR. Superfiiie Flour, in barrels
- and half barrcls. W. S. Joiinsox.
IL & PINTS. Linseed Oil, boiled
' nnd raw, and-an assortment of Pnints.
for sale by V. S. Johksos.
NAILS and Glass. Window Glass, an
assortment. Nailscfall sizcs bv the
kcg or 1b. W. S. Joiiksox.
A First Itate
Assortment of Beaver Cloths, Broad Clutlis,
Cassimcres, Satlinetts, and all kinds of irim
mings will bo found at A. KRANCIS
The most highhj
Approved Medicine now in gencr
al use for Coughs, Colds, and
all Discases of the Lungs.
THE VEGETABLE PULJIONARY
BALSAM is believcd to bc tho most
popularmcdicinoeverknownin America, fur
Cuughs. Colisi Aslhma or Pblhisir, Con'ump
tion, Uhoopingcough, and Pulmonary Aff.c
tion of evcry kind.
KttracU from Cerlificalts.
Dr. Samuel Slorrill of Concord, N. H., wiilcs
"lliatbe is satistieJ iho Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam is a valuiblc raed cine.havinR bcen usel
with complcle fncccss in cascs wl.ich had rrcvi
oasly rcsislpd Iht most appioved prescriptions.
uv. 1 ruraan ueii 01 irfmpjlcr, n. ri., writ es
" uaving ircscriuea ine usual rrmedie
and ctEcious medicine.
Dr. Thomas Bronn, of Concord N. H., wti'cs
that, to his knowledge, it haa nevcr disappoinlcl
tho rea'onable expcctationa- of those w ho have
(fS- BETTARE OF IMPOSiriOX. Each
pinuins botlle is enclcsed in a blai nnnn,r nn
which is a yelloA-labcl, sigRed Wm. Jon'n Cut-
Nono olher is genuinc ofa laler dale than
be cunl;nued for ashotl time. Purchasera should
cnquire for the true ariicle by its iull name, the
Vegctable Pulmonary Balsam, and see that it
has IhetnJtks and signaturej of Ihcgcnuine.
Prepared by Recd Wing and Cullcr, (late
Low & Iteod.) Whulecale Druggists. ApotLcca
ris and Country Merchants generally. Price
50 cents. Forsileby S MOODY. ,(S0:1t
Cash Paid for good Fleeco Wool
A. CHAPMAN & SON.
CKIMP'D DIMITY and crimp'd Dimit
Collars, just rcceived at BIRGE'S
Ociober IS, 1843.
Fringes, Gimps &c.
MOHAIR and Silk Fringes in great ra
riety Black, Blue-black and colored
Gimps at BIRGE'S.
200 cords "fi0" Wood'
Oet. 18, 1343. W. S.yonssos.
MACKEIIEL Codfish and Tnble Salt of
superior quality, for sale at.
RUSSELL .5- GRIDLEYS.
Dcc. 4, 1S43.
PURE Sprerm W. S. Lamp Oil war
rantcd to be the very best also Lin
seed oil Flannairan's best for sale at
RUSSEL &. CRIDLEY'S.
This day rec'd 1000 lbs. Frcah Confection
aries, from the Manufacturer, for sale by
TO THE PUBLIC.
fTiHE subscriber would take this m Pih.
J. od to inform the pubj'c that he is now
iwciving ins wimer siock 01 uu u U o.
In additinn to the old stock formerly kept
by S.& C. Russcll, he has 011 hand n choice
which hc will sell on the most rcasonable
ter msfor cnth or most kinds of couniry
producc. His stock consists in part of
T E A S ,
Old Hrson, Y'oung Hyson,
llyson Skin, Black, do.
C O F F E E,
Gov. Jara, St. Domingo,
C O C O A .
S U GA RS.
Loaf.and Lump, N. Orleans,
S. Croix, do P. Rico, do
Sugar IIouso, P. Rico, do
Cavendish, Chewing, No. 1.
Osmon, and Bragg, do
Havanah, No. 1. Bd do
Mrs. Miller's fiiTecut do
Lcon'd Appleby's, do C. Chapmans, do
Pound and half Pound papers Sinoking do
F R U I T .
Bo.x Raisons, Sattana, do
Kcgg, do Datcs,
Swcct Oil. P. Catsup,
Limes Swect Mcats,
Ginger pcrscrs, Orange, do
Pcach, do Juga pasto.
Pimonlo. Ground, do
Blk Pcpper, Ground, do
Cayonne, do Casia, '
Buds, do Clovcs,
20,000 Havana CIGAR3,
O I L ' S,
Clarined Spcrm, (a superior article,)
S O A P,
Castim Soap, Bar do. Almou do.
l'alm do. Wiudsor do.
S A L T,
Fine Salt, in Small Bags,
1 doz. boxcs Sanlians,
II E R R I N G,
S A L A R A T U S,
POLAND S T A R C II,
2000 lbs. Nuts,
Shell'd Almonds, soft shcll'd do.
Hard do. do.
Eng. Waluuts, Filbcrts, Brazill nuts,
Pccan, do. Chcsuuts, Pca nuts,
P O W D E R & S II O T
A good assortment of Coufectionarics,
F R E S II O Y S T E R S
Wholcsalc or Reiail,
Pff Cash paid for Shipping Furs.
STORE 1st Door South cnd ofthe
bridgc, in Nichols' Building.
.Middlebury, Nov. 29th 1843. 30.
CBIROE if ojaiu filliag his Storc with statle
and will continuc to scll for Cash, most articles an
cheap as hcrctororc,notwithstanding the eroallailrance
Sfpleuibcr. 27. 1343.
IIE subscribcrs would rcspcctfully iu-
fnrm thn nnlilin tlmt thnv cnntinnp tn
carry on the busiuess of buildingtoordcr nll
Woolen and Cotton
Also fitting up
Mill Gears, Shaftings
nnd nll othcr work belonging tbcrcto, cithcr
CAST IRON BELLOWS,
for furnaccs or forges;
Cast jBon CRANK FULLING
Built and warrantcd.
Oil Mill. Clothicr's nnd other
of nll dcscriptions.
built according to the latcst iinprovemcnts.
Force and suction
PUMPS, of v.irious sizes.
for castings of all descriptions made to or-
iler, and atshort notice.
Those who may favor us with their cus
tom maybc assured that their work will be
donein tbe most workmanlike manner.
Jtp All ordcrs promptly attended to.
MYERS &. SEVERANCE.
Middlebury, Nov. 15th, 1813. 29
To Mill Owners.
'T'HE subscriber would inform Mill Own-
crs in this region, that he has bcen
constitutcd by the Patentee, Mr. George
M. Copcland, of Genoa inhestato of Ohio
agent to make and vcnd tbe
Cast Iron Bush fbr
This is regardcd, in parts of the country
where they have been, as a very great im
provemcnt in grinding all sorts of grnin,
adding one fifth to the velocity of the stone
nnd once set, it will last as long as the mill.
Bushcs will be kept on hand ready to lie
setforany who shall order them. The
subscriber is also authorised to sell out the
right to districts and territories, for the
state of Vermont, and the northern distrir.t
ofthe state of New York.
Middlebury, Dec. 1st, 1843-. 31;tf.
Powder and Sliot.
HAZARD'S Americui Sportlng Gimpowder, in
Caniflcrs Rifle and Common Powder 8hot
andBarLead.at RUSSEL & ORIDLEY'S. 1
WITH or without helvei for sale by
Z. Bfckwitu. &'Co.
Will bo ofiercd for sale at the Slore near
Ihe Court llousc now oecupicd by I. R.
Cushman on Ihe evcning of Iho 12th Dcc.
ncxt and every dav thcrcaftcr durin thc
session of the Countv Court a birge lol of
Staplc and Fancy Dry Goods conMMinc
in part of Rroad Cloths Alpaccas Calicocs
Vestings Flanncls Cns.-imcrca Sutinct
Shirtings (Bkach'd ct unbleachcd) Ildkfs.
Hoscrj-, Glovcs Buttons Combs ?cc. &c.
Salcs Positivo. Terms made known on
day of Salp.
Z. BECKWrni ic. Acct.
Middlebury, Dcc. 5, 1S43.
P. PROU r. Pm.NTi.-io I.ik M m.
ufacturpr, No. oo, Sprinir St. New.
York, still continuus lo minufitcure a su
perior ariicle to any onc in the Uniled States
and upon a rensonable terms as it can bo
procuird from any olher cstabluhmeut. Ho
also manufacturis Ink of vnrious colors, as
red, blue, groen, yellow ij-c.
N. B. ruplishcrs of Newspapers copv-
ing thc abovu advcrtiscment (iiur timcs, and
forwarding onc copv cnntaining il, and cn.
closiug a Ten Dollar bill (current in New
York) in a letter, shall have sent to them
fifiy pounds of good Ncws li.k. Plcasu
menlion the Picss ou ute. 27w4-
Superior Teas, Ssugars, and No-
Iasscs, just rcceived by
Uct. 10lh. 1S43 A. FKANCIS.
THE copartnership hcrctororc cxistiuz be-
tweeu Samuel Russcll, Cyrus Russcll aud Je
biel Ilitchcock was dissolved by inutual con
sent on thc first day of Scptembcr 1843.
f An immcdiatc settlcmcut of all their
notes and accounts is requestcd. 2U;3
laUr'V 1DS. nrst-Kualitv for sale
E1GI1T TIIOUSANU YAUDS. Sliee.
tings, Shcrlings, Drillings, Tickings,
and Collon Flanncls, of vnrious qualilies nt
low prices by A Fra?;ch.
tC5IXTEEN IUuES, Cotton Ynrn, Cir
vS pet Warp, llaliing, IKadding, and
Wicking, of thc bcsl mBUufac'.urc, for silo
low by A Fkancis.
HE1T. RYE, Corn, Uats, Huck
wheat, Peas'and Beans, for sale by
UKAFLO ROBES. 4 balcs No. i
Buffalo Ito'ocs; Fur Caps, FurTrim.,
mcd and Clotb Caps j"st rccM at ihe new
cheap slore, by BIIOWN d: SHELDON.
jHE subscribcrs are now rcceiving their
I fall supplv ol goods. consisttng nt
Dry Groccries, Crockcry, Iron
and Stcel, Salt, Fish,
and almost cvcry article usually cnquired
for, which will be hold for PAY, as low ns at
nny slore in ihe County. All kinds of pro-
uuce recciveu in payment.
WRIGHT St BUSH,
Shoreham, Oct. 2, 1343. 22
Came inlo thc inclosuro oflhc subscriber,
about tho middle of July last four sliccp
(iwo weathers, and an ewe ond lamb) squaro
crop on onc car of tbe weathers, all are
markcd wilh adash oflar on the sidc.
Tho ownci ia rtquesled toprove property
pay chargcs nnd tuke them nway.
Middlebury Nov. 1 1th 1843.
1VE CEESK FEATIJKUS.just ta-
kcn in and for snlc bv A r ka.ncis.
AMP-OIL Winmr rif.nd ; Iho bcsl
quality and warranleilSto givo perfccl
salisfactioii by A Fiia.nch.
7 rt GOOD LAMP OIL for sale at
i O XjIo, 73 cts pCr ga0IJ . aSOi a gCn.
cral supply of Groceiirs, Tcas, Shuj.'ur'',
&c..Shcctings,3hirtinps, Drillin;s,&. Slripcs,
by BKOW-V& SHELDON.
Concentrated Shemj IF ine Bitters.
Most d!;cacs arif e from a deranse-ncnt of th'
stoniach and bowel ; and thc sjmpatliirs wliic"
ubisl bclwecn thcso anl othcr piit cf thff hu
man syalcm gite risc lo Irregular appctite, hn.
guor. drowsiness, wandcrin;; painff. headache
lowncsa oTFfiirilj, &c. And these in Ihcir lurn
givcbirth to dispepsia, palpilatimi ol tlie heart,
ihortneM of breath, jaundice, pilei, ferers, inflam
matioD, liuinon", coughi, (tc. All these discas
es are cured by removing Ihe rrimary caue
Wliich can be done by using Dr. Richardson's
Jaundice or Sherry Wina Bilter.
Jusl receivcd and Jor sale bj
Rcssec & Gridlev.
sole agents for Middlebury and viciuity.
Middlebury, Nov. 18J3.
Is now ope.iing his wintcr supply of Tfcsli
Goods, comprising n gencral assortment of
Foreign and domcstic
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE.
SrEKM and Lard Oil SiC.
which were sclcctcd with carc, nnd of sopc
rior quality Please call at thc Cdeap Cash
Store. and examinc.
Middlebury Oct.21st 1843.
im-.t : li... ifii.il thn I shall scll
nt public auclion at Iho Vermont Holel. on
.. r.. , . .rn I lQn nt 11) n'.
tho Uln oav m icrauun - -
clock a. M. the House and lot opposite the
jail in Middlebury, latcly owned by Gcorgo
CHS. LINSLEY, Adminislralor.
Middlebury, Oct. 31 lSiX 2o;3w
STxTE OF VEUMONT,7
District ol Addison ss. $
UE it remcmbered tliat al a ProLafa. Cutrrt heM nl
Middlebury, in and for tlie District of Addisoa, oa tlo
16t!i i'ay of Noremljer A. D 1843.
Horaee Janes and Orrin FielJ guardians ofALA.f
sos PecK.of Cornwall in said Diftnct an tnaanc
pcrson, make application ta said Conrt, ta hjte Uie
time allowed tliem for vhe payment ofjthe debts of ihcir
muI ward extended one jcar from the cxpiration nf
llie time lierctofure limited Ly lliia Coort : It U tlere'
furc ordered tkattlie aaidnpplication bc cunidcre.t
at n eion of said Court lo bc hetd at ihe officc vC
U. H. Everest Emj. iu Shoreham ia said diatrtcl 011
Fr' JaJ t'w Slh chiy of Decrmtwr next at one urlck
n the aftcrnooa and tliat notice tliereof bc ziveu iu
all peronsintercMedtli-itthej may appcar and nuke
their objeclioni if any tltey Iuitc lo tlw jid time Urini
extended Inr publi.liing a certiCed copy ofthu order
in thc iliddlclHiry Peiplc'a Vrc$s a ncuspapcr prnt
ed t si)d 31 iddlebu y thrce weckj succcsiTeK fre-
ioU3 to uc niiK i aiu k,ouu
A true copy !' rcron!.
Atiest, j. a. liuonni'-L.L., tirir. z
STATE OF' VERMONT, ?
DKtiictof Attdison, $
BE it remeniler(l that at a Probate Coutl
held at Middlebury in and for the district
nf Acldisan on tht I9th day of Xorcinher, A
Agncs Mathewi and Eli Maihewi edmini$tnitor
of the eUtc cf
TIMOTHY MATHKWS Jcr'k.
tatc of atd Middh-lmry in paid ditrict i!cceased rr
ftont tlwir adm.nii-tratton accuunt fur allouaiice: It
therefore onlered- that the same Le examiued fur !
luuance bv said coort ata aecMon iKercof lo 1 lishl
at thc oflice ofthe UegUteJ of saM Couit !n raitl
Middlebury n Tlmrcday, ihe 2Int tlny cf Deccmber
A. D. 1S13 at fMtc oclick in thc afieniuon, and that
said adiuinUlralors jive notice thereol to all pcrsont
interested that thcy inay appearv and iLake tlwir
olyec tions ?Tany thcy liaie tuthcallouance of said ac
cuunt l v publiehinif a certified copy of thi order
in the 5li(fdlebury People Prcs, a ncHfpapcr priu
ted at said MuUJeLury, three week jitcctssively
previous to thc iciin of said Cuurt
J. S. BUSHNELL, Regislcr
A true copv of record.
29 Auet J. S. BUSHNELI. P.rcisler.
STATE OF 'Ell.MONT,
District or ADDifo., ss.
IIE it remeuibcred.lhnt nta Probate Court
held at .Middlebury, in and for thcDUtrict of
Addison,ou tbe lCtli i!,iy of Is'ovember, A.
Thirza Adnnis expculrix in nn irstruuieut
purporting to bo the last will tinl teata
ASV AD .MS,
late of said .Viildleburv.ilecea-ieil, nrescnn
the same for probate: It is therefore order
ed, thntthc same bc c.xaniineil fiir inlmle.
nl n session of said ronrt, to bn be'il nt iho
ofGce ofthe Hcgiiler of said court, in said
Middlebury, on ThurMl.iy the 2Nt dny r
Dercniber ncxt at 1 oVIock iuthe nlieninoii,
nnd that notice tliereof be aiven tu nll per
sons interested, that thcy may nppenr and
inakcthcir objcctions iinny theyhuteto tho
probate nlid dllownnco of said vi 1 by puh-li-tbing
n cerlified copj nfibis order in tho
Middlebury Peoplt's Press, n ucnspaper
jirintcd at said Middlebury tlirco -week
succcs-iively, prcviuus to thc time of said
A true copy of rrconl.
Attcst. J. S. BUSHNELL, Rer. 29
ATTORNEV .VSD COUXSEI.LOR AT UW,
Olfice N'n. ?. NH huV Buikliilover A. rrancla' Stnrc
Scpt. 26. 1SI3. 21 tf.
INTER Sl'ERM OIL. The rc-l-Si-mon
iaie' for sale hy
Z, Heckwith & Co.
T his ttorc in Bridport
- public a large stock of
comprising nll nrticlcs iiu.illy kept in n
country retuil .stnre, nhich will be sM ut
rctail,cxccptspiritiiousliiuor, uhlch nill
bc fold in packaes to suit Tnvern Kceperj
aud at wbulesalc to rctail denlcr.4 aud nt
Troy prices ml.linj the freisbt. To partic
ubirizc he has ou hand,
8 Hhds. St Cmix & Sugars.
30 BbU I'orlo Rico &: supcnor quihly.
New Orleans S
30 Chcsts nnd half chcsts
all qualilii a.
30 Calty chesls (1 lo 13 lbs J
30 Kegt A: lJoxi-t Common
to Huney Duw,
10 bbls. Kine cui,
5 boxes Ib aud half Ib fiuc cut
10 Kes Pu:c Gi:jer. 5 Ds
10 bo s l'o! in l frinic'i.
10 du lVfp r Saucc.
20 boxcs liur Sonp.
j -J0 do w' i in 3 Iu, 4 Ib, J Ib eake.
I 20 15-gs of ol ' L i Ttiira Cof'C.
! 10 buxes Spmtih Cignr.
I C Ca c-i E-gbs'i Mtnlnr.l.
! 100 bbls ou I 17:5 Sn-ki 'A'eslrrn SJl.
1-10 S icks s vcn fuid li'iuiii I do.
, 15 Jars Snuff. 50 lbs lndivo.
50 lbs Nutn rgs.
30 Packngcs Jiahim. New fruil.
30 Caks ll'ine i of ditfl-rcut ki:ui.
3 Casks Purc Jnicc of tho Gnpu, un'c-
30 Pnckasei I'ri-pch Chauij'aign,
Chtrry J Amrrican Brandy.
5 Pncknges Cor.l.nl.
20 Packnges 1 1 1!jiJ & Ainorican Glu.
20 do Pure Spirits.
5 Hhds. &c 20 bjli. Portland Ram.
5 do St. Cnjix do.
10 Kegs Alcohol. 10 Caski Spnrm Oil.
3 15ales BufTilo Robcs. Sna'lskim fiom
81 50 to $5 00 cach.
Iron and Stcel o all kinds.
Cut, Tcnant & Mill Saics.
40 'Vcni Fresh giounJ N. S. Plastcr.
Points, Oil Glasi. &c.
Bools, Shoc?, Cnpj, ij-c.
Riginc, Piich, Oakum, Scc
Toge.her with a good assortment aud
targo slock of goods of all kinds, which
customeis are rcquestcd to cxnmiuo and
judge uf for Ihcmsclres. Thq nbove &tock
is all new bouht witbin mx wceks.
The Goods will bo sold for good n"t-
at 3, G or9 mtnths, all County Pioducf.
Lumbcr, fcc. Cash not rcfus- d, butchargu
on Book uholly inadmissablc.
Cnsh paid for a!l kinJs of Lumlo, anJ
most kinds of produce.
OO" Cath piid aVo fur" all kinds uf
Half Cash and from 4 to (3 Dollars pcr
100 lbs for good wcll fjtled hogs.
The business heretoforc transicicd in
tho name of J. Frost & Co. has closid.
All no:es, accounls and coutracls aro iln
propeity of Abel P. Skiff. who is renly nnd
willing to seltle them and piy all riaini
duo from snd mado ih ihe nains and u iu
J. Frost & Co.
Uri''pJrt.NOT. 20ih, 194 .
ffers lo thc