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1 * ■'■ * I > CMet •/ EJtdort.'—Tkm Boston Messenger says: —“The data aad erode of choice of Elector* of Pres ident and Vico Presideat, as at present regulated by the Legislature of the several States, together with the Muuber el Electors to be chosetuby each Stale, are shewn in the IblivVrihg table. . ' Maine, It November 5 Gen. Ticket. New Hampshire, 7 . 5 do. v .Massachusetts, 14 S do. Rhode (aland, 4 31 do. Connecticut, 8 5 do. Vetmool, 7 13 do. New-York, 42 5, 6, 7 do. New Jersey, 8 5, 6 do. Psansjlvnnm. .» 3 «)«• %*& ».tear zm 38 *, 6, 7 0*8. Ticket. .Jlerth Carolina, 15 15 «k>. South Careliua, 11 Legislature. Georgia, II 5 Geo. Ticket. < • Kentucky, 15 6 do. Tennessee, 15 15, 16 do. Ohio, SI 3 do. ladiuna, 9 do. Miesieeippi, 4 do. - Illinois, 5 5 do. Louisiana, 5 5, 6 do. Missouri, 4 5 do. Alabama, 7 12 do. Ptmuylvmrta.—The result of the election for Gov ernor in this state is, that that Mr. Wolfe Is re-elecled hy a majority of about 9000—loss by 94,000 lhaa at the last election—and, considering there were 165,000 votes takes, a pretty lean majority. On account of ■sms. local questions, die result was different from the north was! burn what was anticipated. Tbe peo ple there were anxious to carry oa some work# °f in ternal improvement. Under Wolfe they imagined |k they would bo carried on, Iml if Hit ncrshonld be elec ted, they were apprehensive tbe works would be I stepped' beace the siroag vow fur Wolfe. The New Have* Register thus explains some other matters re specting this election: jC “ Although Wolf was tbe administration or Jackson candidate, yet be was vigorously supported by bis old frieod Mr. Ingham, and tbs Ingham party! so called, (a party hostile to Gea. Jackson,) amt lie was also vo ■ aJ^bfracharteriag of thcU. 8. Baalt; and to this his pressure feeds n Ie attributed, by his opponents— Certain il ls that several districts that gave sstijOrltie* * ' fctr.thaCRiar cai-dnlalrs for Congresr, also gave Wolf member, of Cnngrer. at the aphte liese, wInch include the Whole opposition of the asrtssssarw ra" side se a surer tost than the Governor vote, nnd as fedfealiag tUt tha ele*torsi ticket, which will cany the entire oppositioa, invading fee Ingham party, will gpfog November an tbs Congressional votes have now funs. On the other side, the Jackson party ay. that having Parried their Governor yq this election, they «aa carry their electoral ticket at the asnt. Both par ties ars iherslors now thrown back in divisions nearly r-!TT-l‘— A few days morn, af oaarua Will decida the electoral question. The smoke has hardly yot ctearad away sufficiently from tbs battle field to ena Ms Us rn eoant tbe kilted and umaaded, or n.rrrtnin wkh oartahny which pasty has carried the amjarity In the State Legist*are. We have wo* a list published i* • handbill from Carlisle, which says that it is as certained that tha Anlklackaoassen Have chosen 55 mrmhtrs af ike lower hawse, which cun*feu is all of anddwNu A United States Senator is to be cbo sea by this legislature.** \ la the last Coagrsss, wa betiev* there w«s bat a singbt Gfe j»grt»4m«< feam Pcaan/traais, (Mr. Dsaay.) Now it is ascertained that there will be at least half Anti-Jackass, awl same aconsets claim a amjpswy. Hera Wthe stroagoal ssidaacs af the ronc tioa vsbick has takes place; sad it icepae this result that the saii-Jacbssa party cafeafamopou a triumph . jp Hwwfeawvtv... Ohsrgia JEfeCtisa—The returns (twm Georgia ren-1 dor it nearly enriaia that the fallowing gsatletaes are sleeted rifCsiogrsSr, to wit: James M. Wayne, Rich ard fl, Wilde, — Gilmer, William Schley, A. S. Cloytaa, Thomas H. Foster, R. S. Gamble, Seaborn Jeaea, aad-com. i wo or inrae ei meat are Miiw< a ha Nallikeri. B. CSaratiee*—la ChatffaMa. the aattideaiiaa candi* lfl Miaa«TT lid ini tTii V iir'lT by ■ ewjoriiy ef ahaai 1M »ln. Aad tbroagboet the Mala, a n»»-! jerky efeeHidere are afactgi te the legialatera. * aaartkaa ifk*-' i a abater, ___ — . r-te thereatara taaeef the legMeiare by a ewe of dO le 28. Oa the hmbaftf fT *—T‘— **~~ —*~ «d for Ealee IS, (or Felix Greedy 22. Ephnri* H. Farter 23L Oa the law, far Eater 18, Greedy *. Fewer* -red there aarraty little wirrio* ia the Mirrwadiaii haHatiege. Maaera. Graady aad Faeiar are re^eeadda wea; aad aw Jraw tba wale haU aeeer m (ardkpraaa heraelf aatattad jeba Ik &»■<« ** *«••• »• walk, aad A. Jokntem, of Somers, Secretaries. A committee of one from n county was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense ol the meet ing—It consisted of Charles M'. Emerson, Wa.* B. Bristol, J.'B. Ferris, Horaee Foot, George Perkins, Joel G. Candest, Seth T. Steele, and George'S. Cat* Itn. They reported the following, which were follow ed by u number of spi« iled addresses from the members of the Convention, and unanimously adorned: I Retained, Thai lira existence of a Republican Gut* J rraaranl must ever depend ow the virtue and iojelli | gewee el the people, pud that it is incompatible with i the safety of our fere inslilutieas to entrust them Ion* i ger m the hands of men who bred the whole weight l of their ofiah! influence to the destruction of political f virtue and public morality. i Resoloed, That in the eourse ol policy pursued by the present Administration, the measure* they have adopted to seeuro and perpetuate power iu their own i bauds, and the manner in which they exercise it, i leave us no room to doubt oC a settled design ou the part of those who role the destinies of our country, to change the spirit and the form of our Government. Resolved, That Andrew Jackson, by hir ruthless system of rewards agri pooishtueols—by bis attempts to subsidise the press—by his endeavot* to break dowtt the Bank of the United Stales, the Judiciary and the Tariff—by his encroachment! on the privileges of Congress—by fois hostility to the Constitution and his refusal faithfully lu execute the Laws—tty his proposi ! lion to sell fur British gold American soil anil freeborn American cititJne—f>y his numerous inconsistencies and political heresies—by bis tent disregard* to the rights and interests of the people—lias forfeited our confidence, and that as Patriots, ns Young Men, as Americans, we deem it our duly lu use alflmuornble means to oppose his re-election. if Resolved, That the refusal of the President to sanc tion the Bill containing appropriations for t It#improve ment of New-Haven Heritor, anti of the navigation of the Connecticut and Thames Rivers, when be at the same lime approved of the appropriations made for the benefit or Oswego Harlatr and the navigation of Comberlaod River, evinces a spirit of partiality and favoritism, unworthy of the highest Magistrate of ibis Nation, and deserves the untpmlified reprobation of evesy friend lo.the inlet ests of our country. \ /Resolved, That recognising in HENRY CLAY, a statesman of long and varied experience—of enlarged and liberal views—thechampion of lira American Sys teo»—*tnd the friend and uncompromising adv.ocate of M Ntpiupa! Judiciary a National Bank, (tra Con stitution And tl.e Union, we enn with the' utmost coofidsnnh entrust in bis hoods the Administration of theGovernment, and believing that Ira will secure He rights, abroad by firmness, and nut by base sycophan cy pud.the surrender of our national honoi—liml at Home be will cultivate the arts of peace, foster the na tional industry aad faithfully execute the lawn—odd that he will in ail its deportments administer the goV- . eminent ia the Iron spirit of the Constitution, we up-' prdVo of his notninattou, and pledge ourselves to use) every honest exertion to secure his election. S •Resolved, That we apfb-eve of the nomination of JOHN SERGEANT fa the Vico Presidency—that his mural worth, his integrity, his ability and firmness entitle Him to the confidence of the American people. a those to whom he is best known ha is most respect aad the records of his Ufa are his highest euio gium. He to! ted, That the best evidence of the utility of a Tariff ol protecting duties, is lo be found in its iufle- ! ence ow nur national prosperity, and that viewing its results In the United States, and especially in New* ! England, ia developing our resources, and rendering . us independent of foreign iuduslry, we are iudnned to cherish uad-continue that system which hits |trovcd so ‘ eminently successful ia our country. Resolved, That an Andrew Jackson once voted | against universal suffrage, owe of the cardinal princi ples of the Democratic parly, and as. through the whole of his Administration, he has shown himself hos tile lo aad unmindful of the Opinions, the wishes and the interests of the people | the claims ef bis parti sans ia this State to the lido of the ••Democratic Par ly,’ is a false aad ridiculous assumption of w name ro which their character and tbair principles have never entitled them. A committeo was also- appointed to ptepnro aa Ad- j dress, consisting of Messrs. Heorv Barnard, Aaron N. , Bkiaaor, Rollia Sanford, EUpbalet A. Bqlkley, L. S. I Footer, Wot. W. Reed, and E. Jessup, Jr., who re ported io the evening session. This address gave rise j also to a number of speeebe*. The address was adop- , tod, and, with the resolutions and ether proceedings < of the meeting, 10,OW copies ordered to be printed.— [ The address was received at too lain an hour for pub lication ibis week, but will be published in our next. A State Central Committee was appointed, which is eoaipoCld of the following gentleman: Messrs. 0, __.a_■__ rt 0 0___ ■ Is* L field, J. B. Ferris, Fairfield, W. 0. Sposill, New-Ha see, Gforge Spalding, Middlesex, C,;F. Lfner.'Tif w London, ft FJTyhir. Windham! ^-iWitor, Tolland. Corresponding Containers for each county ware also appointed. Messrs. O. 3. Seymour, Littlefield, N. B. Smith, Woodbury, end Wm. Andrews, Corn wall, ware appointed lor Litchfield county. ID* Lest soma of oar old' democratic friends in .tips town fray bedresired With regard to ike spec iuaOah tico ia thisday** paper eailiug a meeting of the “ De atoerstic Elec tors,” we will merely remark that the object is to call together the JmckamiaetM—nod wheth er they bail under the datslent aaoM af federalist or democrat, talermtiemitt or tndlifier or nothingarian, provided they can pronounce the Sbiblioletb of Jack ssuiiat, ore esaaot daabt they wil|be ** eheeriplly re ceived. grdlefhtly acknowledged, and no ipttstioiu as!tad." Ohio.—'The election which has just taken placa ia this slam for Governor, Coagresumsn, Ate. baa gone the wrong way, Mr. Lanas, |bo Jackson candidate for Goveraer, wa fear ia elected by a majority of 4 or SOM ■ and that a atajority af Ach seamen era elected to Congress. By next Wank wa *all probably know all about it. Mammoth Berta.—“Mr. Edward Jubauon, af Fair 2 as. and wan earing ia aircum ' ?*« '•* ' yv* '&? Now wa saa ■** hoot this Ictt," or any other heet that wan ha produced. 0ft Ooorga Belles, at this village, left at our afiUa haw week a Blood Beet, rained tarsia fiat mad two imehtt ia tircettfereuce. The tape wore oat tdf alone, and oaa hpga apoeat of fits rodt wasbro haaoffaa/lottintkagraoad. W* now say, "Boat Iktt wh* ana”—Litchfield «MI against tho sjato. ~r. ^ V ' W Tim IUt. Iltau F»u u, )». 10 Hartford, fee Hfe Hfchaara ISIS ia tWa village, and Imwato maacad liia official aervieaa. # *1^ Wa have been a good dfei amaaed br.Mt|a p>ut at the exhibition in the New-Yorfc Mate paper, of a "Bill tf Ejcpentrt" mid to have bead mad* out liy the Regency candidate for Governor of that Male, Wm. L. Marry, while holding a Coart at Lockpon, and paid by the ConiptroUrr. It wae really ao iuaifi oant tliat we could not at foot consider it nay thing elm than a hoax, or a Aotygot up for ufoutmautafiag parpoww. The party, hWwuvcr, acknowledge iu gen uine new, and aoma of them attempt to justify it on th* eoore of hi, frugality ! am4 wmwatmm kmuty ! What right had he lor clinrgiagthe Mat* with “Mending hi* breecbee,* with paying hi* barber9* bill, for wa«hiag hie dirty linen, or lurnwhiag him with win* mid *e gor* 1 The Albany Argo* myke, a Indicrou* figure ia it* effort* to explain the maiiert1 Her* hrVtfio item* ofthi* famou* account, which tell to liivonibly for the ! boneaty and liberality of tlwa w*uld-be-bu|4«ter-will- j Ue-Governor of the Mate of New-York ** ktu_v_l, To William L. tititci, Dit. For expenses of holding Special Court) at Lockporl, in Juno, 1830. Bnggnge [porterage} * - (0 44 Shaving - - . ■ 1 23. Work done to my raXTALooms !» ! 0 50 Postage hill . . . 0 94 Paid servant, John * - • 0 50 Shoe black . • ... • 1 50 Wine, Washing, &c. * *, 6 87" The Hartford Times of last week, to keep it* cou rage up amidst the thousand* of defections from the Jackson ranks which ure daily taking place, attempt* to make out a statement of Presidential vole* as they will ba given next month. It modestly claims fer Gea. Jackson only 226 votes! and gives to Mr. Cliry 3C!! Now, although we profess no great skill at diti* nation, w* will try our bund at making out a table— the correctness of which, ns compared with tlmt of the Times, we would stake—if we were iu the habit of belting—almost any thirfg. So here it is: Opposition. Jackson. New-Englnud, 33 17, New-York, 42 0 ' New-Jeraey, 8 0 Pennsylvania, 30 0 Delaware, 3 0 ■ Maryland, 0 4 Virginia, * - 6 23 Norib-Oarolina, 0 15 Souih-Cnrolinn, 11 0 Georgia, 0 11 Alabama, 0 7 Mississippi, 0 4 Louisiana, 5 0 Missouri, 0 4 ■ ' Tennessee, 0 15 Kentucky, 15 0 Ohio, 21 0 Indiana, 0 9 Illinois, 0 5 ~iU 114 In ibis statement, we have conceded New-Hitmp skire, Maine, and Indiana, the two latter of which are nl least doubtful. In Mnine, the tide has turned, and we arc not without stroug hope* that the stream may yet flow iu tho right Channel. L. Litchfield Female Seminary.—The semi-annual ex hibition in this institution took place in the Court House, on Tuesday evening last. The performances were highly creditable built to the teachers and pupils. Tlie proficiency which many of the young Indies Imve mads in Music and in Landscape Drawing and Paint ing does honor to their taste and industry, and the ex liiliiiioti of their skill in these departments were wit nessed with pleasure by a numerous nnd gratified au - lienee. .But the compositions which were rend, are i sure evidence tfint the ormtmeiunl brunches have not terebeen pursued to the neglect of the more solid and mportnnt pnrt of female education. They were die iitguislted by a vigor of thought, an energy of exprea 'ion, and n purity ofstyle and language, which are ot ainnble only by cultivated minds of a high Order. At bis dny, when our female countrymen are contending o successfully with the other sex in tho walks of lit nature, it is a high honor to excel among themselves; tnd we congratulate the young ladle* an their sncces# n this elegant and useful branch uf education. It night seem invidious to particularise where till were to deserving, yet wu annum forbear remarking that the composition “On Ambition,’’ and tbe truly philu tophical and humorousdhninixition “ On the hem means of preventing the beds of rivers from taking fire,” were melt in their way of a very eaperiur order. As speci mens of just thought, clothed in beautiful and appro white language, nnd of elegantly pointed entire, they vrre well worthy of the commendnlloite no cheerfully icstowed on them; and we kesitafe not to say that of lie large numbered graduates ofonr eollegre who wore tresenl, tlieve was not on* of them but would have teen proud to claim their authorship. At the close of the exhibition, Mr. Bxicx. in a short tnd pertinent adorers, bade farewell to the institution iver which he bus so loog presided. Our best wislt >* attend him to hi* new station, accompanied with tor regret at hi* drpnrture. The school will bo solt ioued as usual; and we Itopo and trust that an lasti otion whirli has done so much to elevnto the standard >f female education; which has sent forth so many tad so distinguished scholars; which in its discipline, is reputation, and the facilities for Improvement it af fords, stands second to none in our country, will con tinue to receive Hint pnironuge which has been so am nlv remunerated, and which it still so richly deserve*. [Cnmi. If any of (lie thirty-six editor* of tba Connecticut Mirror are unwilling to resign to lbs Jackson pres* tbe *• exclusive privilege” of misrcprcMnlntiun end false hood, but claim a portion for themselves, we shall net quarrel with them about It,but first we bops they will' drop from their columns tha name tfUtltRI Cut.— His cause is not bottomed on such foundation, and due* not require such »up|iort. DESTRUCTIVE PIRE, On Sunday morning, nlioul half an hour before 1 o' clock, the Imnutifnl block, on tbo corner of Main and State streets, ended the Exchange Buildings, took fire and we* entirely destroyed—weeh tba wall* are l»*el with the ground. The beildiag* were fper stories high, ned consisted of si* stores oe the bMomeut floor, which were occupied by *>«•«£.All;». Marsh *Co., .Wm. Jas. Hamersley, J. O. fit W> Pith hi, H. P. Sum ner it Co- one vacant, and Henry Benton, and the tenements in the 2d, 3d nod 4th stories, warn all ucen The Office of the N*w England Weekly Review, which was ie the 3d story, suffered severely, three presses, sad a considerable parties of their type being d*Th7b!iildmg* were PMtmjly jesared—nod were owned by Messrs. Oliver D* Corns, D» P, Ruhissis and B. Barber. We understand Asm was dbsmiM,ON dollars inrurance on the merclmadue. The gnad* from tbe.basement storm* and callage. were principal ly Mved in e damaged stain—bat amny of the mecliaa who occupied chambers, lost nearly all their ma terials and stock. * • . ’• , The fir* originated ia tba fomMb *tory--4nwhn« manner, w yet unknown. 1 he kj/hjiagp ie ^n'**« dime vieieity were with greet, dlRceHf pwfoy W the active exertion* ef BsrwHbyms .4hrceer bsr „f whom worn eevioaely isfrrwd .-.Hartford Timu MARRIED, la Norfolk on tbo lfltbalk Rbe. Ebsr U Clark, ef Sarah M. Lines. DIED, la this town, ea Sunday tbe ROM mat. Mr. Gams L*hI’Norfo>l<%* lb# fob inst. Mr, Beg$amin Morns, bone, Eaq. P. W. 33. the order of the day!” Whatever bTaray hnvemZww by that declaratiou iapS^bl, beakaowa h> hie own fcrl*-- ha baegivea aaa r~~‘:—* MssiiMirasi— ! of the final tffacMoi executive corruptao«, dariag the ■Asst period of hia edwieiatriiioo. Ho AasMtaewa on, hy the prantiaal Stxeroias of this principle, that n i» dangerous to rho liberties sfedr aoaatry, ood eppaesd to the nature of dor freo imtitaiioos. Yet it it a pria eiple by which MM eeaduMlrtW Wed regelated to the discharge of Ait official da He*. TbtH terroption haa been the order or the day in relation * Ain conduct, eince bo sought elevation to office, the history of past transactions fully confirm*. Wlmt bat oorrup tion, imposing upon the credufity ef the people, could buve secured iKe appuiutment of a man to the highest office in the nation, who is totally destitute of those qualifications requisite to the discharge of its duties T What bat corruption could bats efipctad that in oar goveSAimM tkxt honorable. laudable, ar commentla. |da means wtrt wholly inadequate to produce T— What but cnrruptiou could hpra raised to pasts of honor, distinction xud responsibility, a class of hun gry office-seekers, that they might banquet ou the spoils of triumph at public expense 1 What barf Mr ruption could have elevated an unqualified, unworthy mau from live middle walk vfiitii to ti|e dignity of Pres m im* rr politic f Alas I corruption, and corruption nlonc'i* adequate to tbe production of these astonishing results. It is that secret influence,that sickening power, which if not speedily counteracted, Will blight the future bops* oi our country’s glory. It is that specious influence that is lurking in the midst uf ns, and at the same time plotting oor destruction. It is that influence that de stroys the existence of our institutions, and under mines the pillars that sustain our government, and briuga in ili course the rain of the patriot’# toil, and statesman's industry. And it is an influence repug nant to virtue, wisdom, patriotism, and every quality nr characteristic necessary to fit man for tha discharge of his duty as a freeman, or maintain our constitution and laws in viola ts. Feltow-Crtixeus f-sThat this pernicious principle may be counteracted; that our nation may recover from the shock of that power, which withers by its touch and contaminates by its pretence ; that oar rights may be raced inviolate; that our inetitutions may remain to diffuse their happy influence through the land ; nud that onr government may be preserved from the wrack of final desolation; his our duty to arise in our strength and remove that moral pestilence that wnlketh abrond in the luud in darkness, and wnsleth at noon-day. We must endeavor to counter act the measures uf tbora who are determined to has ard the union on tho fatal experiment of elevating to the Presidency of this nation a man unfit for tha trust, and unqualified for itu duties, tu open the way fo their uwn advancement. ‘ While they are endeavoring to lull you into a folse ■ocurity, and to sootho your npprabensions in the midst of danger, they’hre at the same moment hurrying you onward to the brink of destruction. Yes, corrup tion in her fairest form is fawning about yon, and by her syren song is striving to quiet your fears till the fatal moment arrives when it will be loo Into to act for your country's safety. A Van Buran, by his insinua ting address; n Blair by hit barefaced scandal and falsehood; a Kendall l>y bis profuse circulation of ex tra Globes; a Wells by his gross calumny and cilnpn ration; aH master spitH* of mischief—a fraternity in Intion of spoils, are ail striving in concert with their unprincipled abettors in lbs Mime unholy work of bar tering away year liberties for their nan aggrandise ment, and sasrifleihg your rights at ilia shrine of par ly devotion. If they succeed in exalting their idol, and in eflecting-Uleir purpose of prostrating the rights and interests of the nation at their feet, the pat ronage of government wilt be extended to them as « re ward for tltelr enterprise and diligence1 in obtaining the spoils of party triumph, But if the sovereign pCe- I pie “ vtlo" this specios of political piracy, and hart from the executive that political auluamton, whore talents, virtue and patriotism aloao should find access, the present craft of political gamblers will leant a les son of trim submission to ike video of ap iadigqnat Freemen—ihs object spread out before you is worth your cere end attention. If you value your aaaatry am! her institution*, yon moot stead by her in the boar af trial. When corrupt aad aspiring deamgogbes struggle Aar power, they West be detained t their am chinatioos must ba sxposed 10 light} they most be kept from polluting the sanctuary of the laws whit un holy hands, or tutoring tbo citadel of virtue, the strong bolyi of oar liberties, with unclean spirits. Front tbo expression of your will tbo cause of vile ambition must receive ui final cheek; the fierce insaiinnto power of faction meat be crashed. And by the sanc tion of yonr influence, the aupremasy ef the laws must be maintained, their provIsioM secured from violation, and their penalties enforced, Thpe you perceive the imporMhre of y neeeeiiijraf arresting this lawless coarse aad Of fMdoring from offico tbo willing ty interest, and elevating sacli as will lltro' of virtuous protection over tbs destiny of our slilulions. W« can but hope, that when Ik trial coaras, old CoiinfCilcut will imitate the of ether states, and rally her forces around the bri staddard of CLAY and the coSSTiTUTtoa, endgii Haul nod tminplmut expression of her will against car* ruptiun, the order of the preeeal adaMttlgrnjjmi^ i i ms in ins—mmm—smmsisbmm*maiBWgs;a«Hm NOTICE. An adjourned meeting of the inhabitants of tha first School District of Litchfield will he held St the School H#u« on Thursday (llils) etrnlng, Oct, *5, at half past 0 o’clock, to take into consideration the expediency of procuring a sat of Holbrook’» School Apparalitt for the use of said School, and for transacting any other business proper to be brought before said meeting. Apwsc tual attendance ie requested. fiFf.10 (T^The Democratic Electors orthe town of Litchfield am requested to meet at tha bouse of Albert Sedgwick, on Monday tKS S0th inst. at f o'clock P. M. fiw tha purpose of expressing sentiments and taking such mes ...res IS may ha deemed proper in regard to the coming Presidential Election. An Ad dress ie eapested from the Committee ep ^|/S2c!S». DAVID MARS5, Chairros* Oct «• ■ . of said CemmHtao. Mulberry Trees. THE subscriber offers for selv a fow thou sand White Mulberry Treeo, mined on Mi form in Geohen, from five to <dx foot high, it' markable thrifty and beuilby. furtsum may hare the grisj^sfs of sriicSnf Awn tbs nursery, if appueeHnw he usadn soon. WILLARD GAYLORD. Gooken, Ott* *4, tt$t *t0 ^ar iSaCM**""*"' FlU. and Winter GOODH, MICH be h determined tosejl eta pro /I—notwithstanding Which, be thUks «ms can satisfy customers with prices as low an can be found at anjr other store in the .State. **'• "“nrtment consists of almost every art* «l« which may be called (or, in BET GOODS. •■»■£* v groceries/ Orockory *nd Hardware. . Utd.jSZT&r** ” : „ New ~ Goods. 15 *5 pieces dark Calicoes, from lQ to 17 cts. 80 t/nhfeached SHEETINGS. • **. “ 44 and 6-4 lurched do. Flannels Plaids Com Met . Hosiery Tickings Sattinets Diapers and an assortment of other DRY GOODS, which are as new as some otbcrsm (awn. Whether they will be sold at such wonderful gnat bargains, purchasers can decide by c«d>> line after Inal-ina ALSO OX HAND A LOT OF wbteb <rt old, end bought hi high prices— they offered SJh per cent less than cost, which make* them cheap. Cask and every thing else received in ex change for Goods at the^A’brfA^^,J>fore. NnitteStreet, Oqt. gJt ^ go iiM .., __ .eiHfit THIS Institution, formerly conducted By Mist Fierce and Mr. Brace, will he continued under the care of Miss Pierce and Mis* Jokes and other Assistants. The course of instruction the same a* formerly. The period of instruction for a year will bo divided into two terms, of twenty-two week* each. The Winter Term to commence the 14th of November, Tuition fur each term, Writing, Reading, Sp' lling.iUMgffcidty. and plain Needle Work, above, with Hfifnry/ftraintrihf, Arith metic, and Composition, '#3 75. The higher branches. Natural and Moral Philosophy, Logic, Chemistry, the Principles of Taste and Criticism, Rhetoric,, J10 75. French per quarter, #5 00 Drawing do. 5 00 Music do. 10 90 Board in respectable families, near the aca demy, ft per w«ek, exclusive of fuel, lights, Sod washing. No pupils will be received for lets than one term, and no deduction made except for sick ness. t£be morals and manners of the young ladies Will be particularly attended to. not only by the teachers* hut others interested in the Seminary.£0_Oct, 96 _. i Tavern Stand * FOR SALE. JWL til HAT well ii^Sn, Stand Art. '& ffTVfW A the pleasant and flourishing village of WolcoUville, in the coun dHCHHL ty of Litchfield, which hat beerr kept for many years liy the subscriber. Is of fered for Sale on accommodating terms. For further particulars apply to the proprietor uji the premises. SAMlfEL BRADLbV. WijioottvilU, Oct. t», taaa. , . s»?o RECEIVED, i A LARGE supply Kitchen’s Fwtent.CO- „ is CO A. Candle orBuyherry TALLOW, Superior Lamp Ott. Brown Stout. PoRTea, Gums, Alcohol, and PAINTS* OILS, tic, at Klwjj^reat price#, by- ^ yjh rJukjhkL Oct, ii,*ij>8f' 8 n Clnna, GIom and Ehrtlf en Wire. A LARGE assortment of the above a (ti de* arc offered at fower prices than usual, anftrfttffheftrtfrik China Tea Setts. nawadjL beautiful patterns; black printed Li MB Setts and Dining SHI*, Very handsnjtf§pM? terns. Also, an assortment GLASS WARE. Those who lire wishing to purchase any of tlio above articles will find It for their interest call and examine my assortment, wliichy^H»■ ■ w be sold at reduced prices.* f.ilrhfirlit. SVt. W STRAJl BEAST. ' I. « - TP AKEN UP, by tfaedbh&t. X ber, in a suffering eundf 1 WP tion, on the tlth day of Oeto •LjhM^kan her ingt. in the public highway , in Uptown of Salisbury. near ReMhrnJdHgmMfCjjl Smatt Ytllow COW, nbo.it 'tjWjBdr? old—tarred on both bar hips. Tb* bwn ran have her by proring property nttd pMfm| the charges. : ' GEORGE DUN WELL. Salisbury, Oct. tt, I8S*. •« — -«.r ---r-tt-r—lirt'l' Samuel Robbins’ Estate. THE Una. Court of Probate fur the dis trkt of Sharon has limbed nnd allowed sis months from the dale hereof, for tt Store of SAMUEL ROBBINS, late of Canaan, in saM district, deceased, eahihit and present their claims against i estate to the subscriber, Admiak" on.' By order. nf Cowrt. SAMUEL 8. ROBBINS, Canaan, Pet. 18,18M. JO NOTICE. # rpBE Court of Probate for the District of A LitehCrld has assigned the third day of ljhraiBhttKttHit . j late d^lcbldld.11dklric?8c.asgd. represented iowlr.nl, at irfatcb time^a pW all persons interested Apsald estate will. If epcsr* tikmMifoM.'uTi «H