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^_ I FOREIGN NEWS. Ey the arrival of the steamer Canada we have Vienna dates of July 17, with a rumor of the death of Prince Paskiewitch. Omar Pasha is said to state his loss at Giuergevn, the 7th and 8th, at i700. The Russians at Fralerclti number 70,000 with artillery, and continually being re inforced. Three hundred persons have been ar* rested at St. Petersburg. In apprelien* sion of an outbreak, the police told them no positive accusation could be made against them, but their political opinions bad rendered their imprisonment a mat* ter of necessity. The allies were in full march for the Danube on the 8th. The French tioops bad reached Rutschuck, The English were at Embeler. a little pUce midway between Shumla and Rutschuck. The London Morning Chronicle has published the lollotViug siaiemei.i: “A request, it was understood, was sub* fritted to ihe cabinet council-, held on Sai ftrday last, for permission lo allow Vice Admiral Sir Charles Napitr with the fleei under his command to attack Cmnsiadt.” Sir James Graham, G. C 3., first Lord tpf lire Admiraliy, and ihe Duke of New Castle, War Minister, aiieudeii a privy Council held ou Monday by the Queen, lo consider the same application and resolu tion of ihe cabinet council, and although Ihe result has not yet transpired, the des patch of Brig. Gen. Harry D. Jones an.I a company of Itoval sappers and miners from Chatham, leave In tie dnuht as to the answer sent to the gallant admiral in com mand of the Baltic fleet. The Dauntless, screw sieainsiup, brought home ihe apple cation from the admiral, and is now on her way back with an answer. The Madrid correspondent of the (London Times, under dale of July lSin, ■says—The insurrection daily appears more likely to become a general revolui.on in a liberal sense. O’Couuell, convinced that the country will not move for ihe .mere purpose of making turn Prime 'Minister, is more and mine disposed in renter into the spirit of the progression is is There is a si mug re|Mirl here lhal Queen -Christiana leaves tins place tor Pans on the 17th insu This looks like a rental, if true. The U. 8. steamer Indiana from Havre -was telegraphed oH Sandy Hook early Monday forenoon. Bridgeport —-The Bridgeport Stand •ard gives an account of a knock down and ■drag out row in that city, on Saturday ■night, between a party of Germans and Ir ishmen—originating out of a German ■wedding. The Iiislr were the aggressor* and without provocation threw brickbats and fractured the skull of one German, and injuied several others. The fight was subdued at last, but the offenders contrived to get out of the way. Rum, as usual, was the primary agent in the outrage. The principal merchant* of Bridgeport have publicly advertised their intention to close their stores at daik till October Is', and from October 1st to Aptil 1st, at 7 and a half o’clock. Shade trees are dying in that city, and it is imputed to leaky gas pipes—a rem edy is called for. Jl3*A tenible catastrophe occurred on Saturday afternoon in New York, in the falling of n large unfinished gas house at •the foot of Fourteenth street, East river. Three persons were almost instantly killed and more than a dozen badly wounded. From what we have been able to gather it would teem that lire building, which was nearly 200 feet square, and very heavy, was built upon made ground, and that the sinking of some of the pillars brought down the cential toof and lhal dragged two side roofs with it. We are .told that the wallswhich were overt brown showed a quality of mortar of the dry sand style, with no adhesiveness whatever. It*” Elizabeth Busknell, w ho residtd for nearly a week at Bamum’s Hotel, in Baitimnie, under the guise of a Quaker ess who had eloped from Lebanon, and who swindled several, has betn arretted in New York and confined in lire Tombs, «o await a requisition ti om Baltimore.— Upon being informed by telegraph, the Baltimore parties leftistd to prosecute, and she was discharged. New Daily Papkks.—The Bridgeport Standard and tLe Bridgeport Leader now issue dailies. Also, tie Naugatuck Val ley Democrat, edited by Mr. Moss.foim ei ly of this town. If the Bt idgepoi t pa pers do Dot contain more news than the Democrat once a week is often enough for their appearance here. Piea>e seud us specimens. OO” The Judges of the Supreme Couit of Wisconsin who have deciaied the lugi tive slave law unconstitutional and there fore void, have, notwithstanding this de cision, refused to grant S. M. Booth a writ of habeas corpus, who lias been seiz ed and imprisoned lor trial by oidei ol the U. S. Marshal for his conueclluu wuh the escape of a fugitive slave. K*“ The Fail field County Bank has declared 05 per cent in dividends during the last/our years, or equal to sixteen per cent, per annum. Ana in addn ion to this baa kept a handsome ••surplus’* on baud for contingenciea. IE*” The Washington Union of Sat urday morning, has a lengthy article m favor of the resolution placing ten millions of dollar a at the disposal of the Piesideui if necessary, to use in the acquisition ol Cuba duiing the recess of Congress. Mkridzk.—Rev. G. W. Pei kina, for many years pastor of the Congregational Church at Mer iden, Las accepted a call to the let Congregatoutl Church of the city of Chicago, Contributions for Foreign Missions Received ty the American Boaid, from the •everal Congregational Socieriea in Litchfield Co. during ten month* of the financial year 1853-4, as reported in the Missionary Herald. Also a report of the contributions of the same societies during the corresponding months of 1852-3. 1853-4. 1852-3. Bethlehem $ 92 08 $150,23 Caraaii, N. 58,00 58,44 Canaan, S. 18 00 Colebrook 30,00 24,75 Cornwall, N. 22 78 23 50 Cornwall, S. 87,12 148.35 Goshen 218,30 168 23 Harwinton 118 80 143 95 Hitcheockville 47 00 45,17 Kent 54 70 Litchfield 270,53 294 00 Sou'll Farms 197 94 173 37 Nortiifield 22,50 30,48 Milton 5 00 6 00 New Milford 155,22 171,53 Briegcwater 46 80 New llurtfoid, 1st 27,00 New Hartford, N. 30,00 51 48 New Harlfard, S. 25 62 25,00 Norfolk, 210,00 Plymouth 53 83 94.85 Plymouth Hollow 107 12 100,00 Roxbury 50,00 Salisbury 123,88 104,37 Sharon 93,50 South Britain 84 00 62 06 Soiilhbiiry 81,62 83,00 Torringford 45,00 45 00 Torring'on 67 00 59,11 Wolcottville 50 00 40.00 Warren 33,75 64 96 Washington 165,42 158 90 New Preston 165 35 156 77 Watertown 109.47 150 75 Winchester 6 00 34 00 Wi listed 53 35 232 13 Woodbury, N. 98 00 106 00 Woodbury, S. 130,25 132,50 Anniversaty Coll. 53 78 31 63 Legacies 30,00 860,82 Total $3,215,41 $4,171.63 From living donors 3,185,41 3,310,81 Less from livinsr donors during the ten months of 1853-4 than the corresponding months of 1852-3 $125,40. Note. — $12 is reported from Woodbury, but the particular Society is not designated. Revival.—There is an interesting re* vival of religion in the Second Congrega tional Church, at Beilin, and on (lie first Sabbath in May there were added to the church 131 p et sons, DC/” Rev. J. R. Johnston of Ulster Co.. N. \a Baptist clergyman, is now on nial for the alleged murder of his wife and child by d>owning them. The case ptoduces much excitement in that county. 0C5” The Committee of investigation have acquitted Col. Kornev, the clerk ol lire' -House, of any intentional wrong in altering the Minnesota Land Bill by which thecoinptany was much etniched. CO” There was a very destructive fire Sunday afternoon in Jersey City, whete by 20 or 30 buildings wete d<-8'toyed, including some huge machine shops. The loss is estimated at about £400 000. The Washington Star says that intelligence received bv the Foreign Min ister per Africa.authmizes H e belief that tite Spanish insunectiou will prove sue* cessful. SttrDR. Terrel’s Ointment—put up in glass boxes—an exira nice article fur the loiter, and a handsome shell ornament. Lvery family should have a I ox on the shelf, in case of exposure to the fall winds, or accident. Notice advertise ment in another column. For sale by A. C. SMITH. THE FALLTERM OF the School under ihe instruction of S. Ei. VAlLL and C. H. HALL will com mence on Wednesday, the 6th day ol Septem ber, to continue II weeks. 2'erVns—Ihimary Branches S3 00 Common English 4 00 H igher “ 5 00 Latin and French each, extra 8 00 M usic 8 00 References—Rev. B. L. Swan, C'has. Adams, Esq , G- C. Woodruff, Esq. i4 Blacksmith’s Stand for Sale. TIIK subscriber offers for sale his Black smith's Shop, dwelling house and out buildings, with five acres of good land. 'Ihe stand is equal to any in Litchfield county for amount of business, and is located in the centte of Warren. The land is weil slocked with fruit trees, uhd has an excellent well ol water. As the owner is going West the place w ill be sold cheat) to a good purchaser. For terms apply at this office or of LYMAN GAYLORD. Warren, July 31, ldo4. 14 3t pd Ala court of Probate hoi den at Litchfield, within and fur the District of Litchfield, on the 'i&th day of July, A. D. 1834, Present Ciiari.es Adams, Esq., Judge. ON motion of Henry W. Buel, Executor of the last will and testament of Doct. SAM UEL BUEL, late of Litchfield, within said dis trict, deceased. This Conn doth decree thnt six months he al lowed the creditors of said estate to exhibit thetr claims against the same to said Executor, and directs that public nonce shall be given oi this order, by advertising the same in a news paper published hi Litchfield, and by posting the same on a public sign post in said town of Litchfield, nearest the last residence ol said de ceased. Certified from Record. 14 3t CHARLES ADAMS, Judge. At a court of Probate hidden at Litchfield, within and for the District of Litchfield, on the rltilh day of July, A. D., 1854. Present Chari.es Adams. Esq., Judge. ON motion of Henry Pendleton. Esq., Ad ministrator on the estate of ADALINE BEACH, late of Goshen, within said District, deceased, it is ordered ty this Court, that notice be given that the Administration Account in said estate will be exhibited for settlement at the Probate Office in said District on the 4th day of September next, at 10 o’clock, forenoon, by publishing a copy of this order in a news paper published in l/tchfield, at least three weeks brfore said 4th day of September- Cer tified from Record 14 3w CHARLES ADAMS, Judge. District of Washington is Probate Court, July •39ih, 1831. ES TATE of HENRY OCORR, an assign ing debtor, of Marldedale, in said district. The Court of Probate (or the district of Washington hath limited and allowed 4 months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said £*'»*«• represented insolvent, in which to ex 5,,h,**h*l,‘ claims thereto; and has appointed David L. Whittlesey and Wellington Watson Commissioners to receive and examine said claims- Certified by Ithiel Hick ox. Judge. m^e.!",,?cri.hers *'\e no,ice ‘hat ‘hey 8ha 11 h* Inn. °* Jrel*h in said 29.h dJ? ‘heS^hlay „| August and the "‘h day of November. 1854, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, on each of said oays, for the purpose ol attending on the business of said aoooiut menr. * DAVID C. WHITTLESEY,) Comm is WELLINGTON WAISOnJ •toners. AH persons indebted to Mid estate are re quested to make immediate payment to M at Walter d. spfiRRr, Truttee. m Notice. TIIE SLIPS in the Episcopal Church in this village, will be tented till April next, on Monday. the 7tb of August inst. at one o'clock, P.M. JYeto iAdvertisement■ SPENCRR Ai ADAMS ARE making arrangements tor a large stock of Fall Goods and must sell their stock of Spring and Summer Go.ids cheap, consisting of Dry Goods,ol every style usually kept in a coun try store. Also, a good assortment of Hardware, Crockery, Wooden Ware and Groceries. Flour in this, of the best brands. Croton Flour in 1-2, 1-4 and 1-8 bbl. Bags. Corn Meal and Provender. Pork by the bbl. or lb. Thomas’s best sugar cured llams. Connecticut R iver Shad. Extra No 1. Mackerel, No. 2. do. Block Island Cod Fish in any quantity. Molasses, a superior article. Refined Porto Rico, St. Croix, Muscnvadofc New Orleans Sugar. Stuart’s best Crushed and Pu verized Sugar, Youno Hvson, Hvson Skin and Black Teas, Java, Maricubnand Si. Domin go Coffee, burnt arid ground. Ginger, Pepper, Allspice, Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, Starch and Rice. Fatina, Mnccaront, Ground Rice, Corn Starch and Polishing Starch, Chocolate, Co'-oa, Szndeczky’s Extract of Coffee, in pint and quart bottles, one teaspoonful of which will make a cun of excel ent coffee, Dried Apples and Laver Raisins. A variety of Washing and Fancy Soap, Soap Powder and Sal Soda, Sperm and Tallow Candles, Lamp Oil, Oamphene and Burning Fluid, Turks Island, Hay, large and small sacks Salt. All of which we are con santly receiving, and delivering to purchasers in every part of the village. THE FAIvE TERM OF the LITCHFIELD HIGH SCHOOL will commence on Monday, 31st inst. Medical Institution of Yale College, rpHE ANNUAL COURSE of LECTURES JL commences on Thursday, September J4flj, and continues four months. Benjamin Stillman, m. d, i.l. d., Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Pharmacy. Eli Ives, m. d., Prof. Emeritus ol Materia Me dica and Therapeutics. Jonathan Knight, m d, Prof, of the Princi ples and Practice of Surgery. Timothy P. Beers, m. d , Prof, of Obstetrics. Charles Hooker, m. d., Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology. Henry Bronson, m. d. , Prof, of Materia Medi ca and Therapeutic s Worthington Hooker, m. d., Prof, of the Theo ry and Practice of Physic. Benjamin Silliman, jr.,M. n , Prof, of Chemis try and Pharmacy. Lecture fees, $88,50 Matriculation, $5. Graduation, $15. CHARLES HOOKER, Dean of the Faculty, i New Haven, June, ’54. 13 FiiR SALK. FROM 12 to 15.000 feet of good HEM LOCK BOARDS, most of them thor oughly seasoned. JOHN P. POTTER. Goshen, July 26,1854. 13 3t At a Court of Probate holden at Litchfield, within and for the District of Litchfield, on the ‘illh day of July, A. D. 1854. Present, Charles Adams, E-q., Judge. ON motion of .-Herman C. Keei.er and Wit. R, Keeler, Execumrs of the last will und testament ol DANIEL KEELER, late ol Litch field within said district, deceased. 'This court doth decree that six months be al lowed the creditors of said estate to exhibit tbeir claims again.-t the same to said Executors, and directs that public notice be given of this or der by advertising ihe same in a newspaper pub lished in Litchfield, alid by posting the same on a public sign-post in said town of Litchfield, nearest the piace where the deceased lust dwelt. Certified from Record. 13 3w CHARLES ADAMS, Judge. WAKTFl) BY the the subscriber, an cxpetienced coun try CLERK, one thor tugltly posted up in book keeping, wriies a good hand, is a good sales man and has all the qualifications required to make a man useful in the business. None others need apply. IVoges no object. I. ELI TREAT. New Milford, July 24, 1854. 13 3t District of New Milford ss. Probate Court, New Milford, Jul< 24tA, 1854. UPON the application of Merwin Waller, showing to tins court that he is the present and natural Guardian to Edwin M. Waller, of New Mil lord'; a minor belonging to said Dis trict, a mi •.but said M inor is the owner of the following real esiate, viz: one piece ol land sit uated in said New Milford near ihe northerly Kart of said town, and is bounded northerly oil obert Eanion's land in part and part on John Gaylord’s land, easterly on Silas Camp’s*land in part and part on George Hallock’s land, southerly on Herman Merwiu’s land in pari and part on highway and part on Leman Hendrix’s land, and westerly on Royal I. Canfield’s land in part, part on highway, and part on Ira Sher wood's land, comaining about one hundred and fourteen acres of land more or less, with a dwel ling house and other buildings standing thereon, valued at about twenty-four hundred dollars, and showing just and reasonable cause lor sell ing said real e.tate : prnving for an order, and that he or s one other meet person lie empow ered to sell the same, as per application on file, dated the 24th day ol July, 1854, more fully ap pears. Ordered—That the foregoing application he heard at the Probate Office in New Milford, on the 22d day of September 1854, at 9 o’clock forenoon ; and that notice thereof he published in Borne public newspaper near the place where sneh real estain lies, three weeks successively, at least six weeks before said time assigned, i 3 JOHN S. TURRILL, Judge. ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OP THE ScwMilford Maniifac’.m ingr Com finny. BE it known that we the subscribers itavo associated und do hereby associate our selves us a body politic and corporate, pursuant to the statute laws of the Stale of Connt client concerning Joint Stock Corporatioi a. und the following are our articles of association : Article 1st. The name of said corporation shall be The New Milford Manufacturing Company. Article 2f. The capital stock of said corpo ration shall he four thousand dollars, end shall be divided into one hundred and sixty shares of twenty-five dollars each. Article 3d. !-nid association is formed for the following purposes, to wilt The grinding ol Provender and ul Plaster, the sawing and turn ing of Wood, and the manufacture of House-, hold Furniture and other articles composed ; chiefly of Wood, and the selling or otherwise disposing of the same and ihe proceeds thereof, ami lor ihe purchase and sale of Timber and of Real Estate. Article 4ih. The statute aforesaid is hereby I referred to and made part of these articles, and j the corporation hereby established and organ ized under and pursuant to said s alutes shall have the powers specified, and proceed accord- : ing to the regulations prescribed in said statute. Article 5th. Each subscr.ber to these arti- j cles iigiees to take the number of shares an nexed to his name, and to pay for the same hv installments at the limes and in the manner , which shall be ordered by the Directors of said | corporation. Article 6:h. Said corporation is established anil located at New Milford, in Litchfield Co., and Stole of Connecticut. Dated at New Milford, April 19th, 1854. No. of Shares. No. of Shares. | Alhert R. Judd 40 Steph. S. Morehouse 4 J Wesley Stark 23 Nathan C. Clark 4 George H. Noble 10 J hn S. Turrill 4 Garradus Roberts 8 Lawrence Canfield 4 David O. Sanford 4 Tim*. B. Lacey 8 Hiratn B Noble 10 Richard M. Clark 6 A. A. Eddy 8 James Hine 4 John Smith, 2d 8 Benedict Hoyt 4 N. S. B.-nmlt 10 Robert Irwin 1 The following persons were chosen Directors: J. Wesley Stark, George II. Noble, Garradns Roberts. Albert B. Judd and Nathan C Clark. At a meeting of the Director., J. Wesley Stark was chosen President and Jobn S. Tlr bill Secretary. Published by order of'ho Directors. 11 J. S. TURRILL, Secretary. July 3, 1854. Congress Gaiters, CJPLENDID assortment just received and for O eale cheap fur cash. 8. QLQCK ■» t Cash Customer* nil lend, ! A RARE CHANCE fora few week* will he given to those who chose in purchase at COST n Intee |ut of Summer Goods such as Beragis, Borage de Lane«, Lawns, Muslins, roplin*. light colored Muslin de Lanes, Shawls, and u long iis; of article* to<i numerous to men tion. Recollect we shall sell them and no mis take. Wo are about to take account of slocks, after which we do not say wlint we shall do. . ALVORD It CO. Wolcottville, July l7th, 1854, Just the Tiilags for Old Folk’s Con certs. TWO bushel* ol Bio's and Shoe* suitable for old times. Warranted to be old enough for any one- We shall sell them nt V15 cents a pa'L ALVORD & CO. Wolcottville, July 47:h, 1854. District of Sharon ss. Prolate Court, July 10:h, 4854. Es tate of benjamin hamlin, late of Sharon, in said District, deceased. Ordered—That the Executor exhibit his ad ministration account to this court for adjustment, at the probate office in Sharon, on the loth day of August, 1854, at 1 o’clock afternoon ; and that aM persons interested in said estate, mav be notified thereof, the said Executor will cause this order to he publi-heil in a newspaper primed in Litchfield, in Litchfield County, and post a copy thereof on a public sign-post in said town of Sharon nearest the place where the deceased last dwelt. Certified from Record. E. S STODDARD, Judge. Sharon, July 10. 1854. tl MITTS AND GLOVES.—Another lot of those Ladies’ Black Mitts, at 121-2 cents per pair; and Gent’s Gloves, at 6 l 4 cts—to be had at the GRANITE STORE. rl^YJVEO & Co., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF *IIX*XiIiVK3lY goods, Having removed to their New Store, NO. 76 CHAMBER SI’., N. Y., First Door West »f Broadway. ILL keep constantly on hand a large and Tv complete assortment of Silks, Ribbons, Crapes, Velvets, Flowers, FEATIILUt*. LACES, And other Guo Is in their line, of the latest and most fashionable styles, which they offer to pur chasers on the most favorable terms. itCr Special care given to tilling Orders. Hi 0. Pin.neo, E. G. Chapin, C. H. Sanford. WOOL! WOOL! fJAHE subscribers would take this opportunity C to inform their customers and all others in4 teresied. that they continue to receive Wool to manufacture, upon hire or un shares, into Suti neil. Full Cloth and Yarn. Having within the past year made extensive additions to our stock of Machinery, we are now prepared to manufacture Cloih at short no tice and in the best possible manner. We in tend io keep constan ly on hand a good supply ol Cloths and Yarn, which we will sell on the most reasonable terms for cash or in exchange fur Wool. T. & S. J. BIRD. Bctiilcm, July ‘20, 1834. 12 4tpd strayed FROM the subscriber on the 24th of June last a brindle and pied COW, with ups of horns sawed off- Whoever willreiurn said cow or give information where she may be found will he rewarded. WILLIAM A. I1A i lilS. Beihlem, July 18,1334. 12 T W*0 HUNDRED PALM LEAF FANS in store and for sale ai the cheapest store in town. OCT Only three cents each. ALVORD & CO. Wolcottville, July 17, 1854. A FORTUNE ear: em. twr m beq tv a* a kskj BY Si lling “ The Modern Architect, nr Every Carpenter his own Muster,” just published by Dayton & Wentworth, Boston. Mass. Agents Wanted to circulate this valuable puhiicaiiou in every cuv, town and villnge in the United States. This work in short embraces ull the modern Improvements ill Areliiieeture, and combines all the qualities in every department which will es tablish it as a Standard work on this science for the next one hundred years. For term* of Agency, which are verv fiiyrnhle, address the publishers, DAYTON & WENTWORTH, 5tl0 80 Washington Si, Boston, Mas*, THE GREAT RES DRAGON, —OR— THE MASTER KEY TO POPERY. By Anthony Gavin, Cntliolic I’rieai <if Nnrngumn, Spain, BOOK AGENTS WANTED, to sell the work which is now ready, and surpasses in demit and interest any other work on the subject Ol Popery ever issued. The terrible revelations which it contains will startle every Protestant .with horror, as coming from one who was a par ticipator in tne bloody deeds, and who has had 1 the best opportunity ever possessed bv any man to unveil the mysteries of the Great Babylon ol j Popery. 1 Finely illustrated. Address immediately I SAMUEL JONES Publisher, 5:10 80 Washington St. Boston, Mass. Notice! THE copartnership heretofore existing be tween 'he subscribers, under the name and firm of C. ADAMS & CO. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted to suid firm are requested to make payment to Charles Adam», who is authorized to settle the accounts of the company. STEPHEN TROW BRIDGE. CHARLES ADAMS. Litchfield, June 27, 1851. .TVmj Copartnership. _ THE MiSscrihers having purchased (lie entire Stock of Goods of Messrs C. Adams &, Co. and entered into a partnership under the name and firm of SPENCER & ADAMS, will be happy to wait upon the customers of the late firm arid all oihers ill want of Dty Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, tic. Ac, Tiiev will sell at a small profit for cash, produce or approved credit. HOMER SPENCER HENRY W. ADAMS, Litchfield, June 19,1)54. 9 8TATUM EXT of LITCHFIELD tO. BANK on Hie morning ol July 3,1854. Capital StocK paid in #100,000 Registered Nou s Ir on Trcas. 74 970 less “ ^ on hand 12,433 Leaves Notes on circulation 62.517 Due Depositors on demand 12,937 28 on imerest 5,187,(57 Balance due other Banks 277.10 Profits and earnings 9,484 o7 $190,484,u« 50 <1000 Bonds City Hartford $50,000 25 #1000 « •• New London 25,000 Premium on Bonds 7.000 Discounts 73,341,03 Due from brokers Wm E. Clt'Menden .‘",613,92 “ •* Suffolk Bank 2,090 “ “ Granite Bank 8,537.64 “ “ Paw-lings Bank 89 “ “ Mercantile Bank 4,316 30 N “ Bridgeport Bunk 40,03 “ “ Exchange Bank 328,60 15 221,59 Bills of Solvent Banks 1,503 Cash items 4 checks 2,066,59 Suecie on hand 6,90!,29 Over drafs 288,57 Loas and Expense account 3,545,09 $190,484 08 12 G. W. WHITTELSEY. Cashier. Di *et(M (irOOfK • JLTST received at The Granite Store, an other lot Dress Goods, such as Summer Sdks. ShaHeve, Muslin Berages, Gingham., Bcrege DeLaines, he., he., new and he-toTifjl atylea. WADHAMS. J«n< ttih, 1354. * T rmam 11 ■ uaesamammammagammmma IRON BANK. AT th« annual meeting ol the stockholders of! ■lie Iron Bunk tUe Inflowing Directors « ere cnoarn for the ensuing year: ! i Robert Bovtwick, Peter Bierce, Leonard Richardson, Charles Scam, I i Lee Canfield, William W. Welch, Alexander II. Holley, Timothy Cuittknoen, ■ Augustus Miles, Samuel S. Kof.bi.ns, Stale Direct *r appointed by the Legislature. At a subsequent meeting of il.e Directors LEE CANFIELD, E>q. tvos unanimously elec ted President of liie Bunk. R. M. S. PEASE, Cashier. Falls Village, July 13th, lt»l. 1 i Ready Made Cloihins. WE have on hand and make to measure Clothing for Alen and Boys. In the lot is a doz. or two of cittts warranted to suit antiquarians, and will be sold to such persons for half tneir original cost. ALVORD & CO. Wolcottville, July 17th, 1H51„ The Nebraska Bill h jk a. smb ■“ .« mve tmm k ■,>; MU l’THERE IS NO DIVISION YEl ! SDINORTHWAY Sc CO. will still be • found to stand by their patrons, nnd they are now prepared to sell a good assortment ol the following Goo is, to wit: Borages. Lawns—a line assortment and selling cheap; Muslins, DeLmnes, DeBegc, Alpaccus, Ginghams, Calicoes* Molls, Bishop’s Lawns, Barred Paper and common Cambrics, Edgings Ribbons, DressTrintniings, kid lisle and worsted Gloves, Mins, cotton and woof n Hose, flourish ing Thiead, knitting Cotton, cotton Yarn—fine and coarse ; al-o, bleached and unbleached sheetings, bleached and unbleached and colored Drills, Ticks, Apron Cheek, stripe. Denims, Tweeds, Cussimeres, Linen for Pants and Coats, Irish Linen, Table Linen, Nankeen, Toweling, Flannels, satchels, Umbrellas, Parasols, die.&c. Also, flour, Stewart’s svrup, molasses, sugars by the lb or bbl, leas, kernel burnt nnd ground coflee, saleratus, nutmegs, cassia, and an assort I ment of Groceries in general. Also, an assortment of Boots and siloes, crock ery, hardware, tin ware, &c. &c., nil of which has been bought for Cash at the lowest prices nnd paid fur, and nw must and will he sold lor Cash or Produce as low ns can he afforded this side of New York. OCT TIIY US. South Norfolk, June 6lh, 1854. “ A few more left of the same Sort.” iFRENCH and Scotch Ginghams. . French and English Muslins and Lawns. White Embroidered Robes. Plain Mulls and iV ttslins lor Dresses. Long and Short Mitts. Under Sleevee, Chemisettes, Embroidered Bands, Muslin nnd Cambric Edgings and In sertings, Parasols, &.c , all suitable for the sea son, at BRADFORD’S Cheap Store in Wolcottville. MU' At the Old Store, first door north of C. S. Church’s Hotel in Wolcottville, A. G Brad ford has a first rate assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Mitts, lidkfs and Embroidered Goods— cheap. Valuable Farm for Sale* SITUATED in Canaan. North society, Litch field county, Conn , on the road to Norfolk, 11-2 mile east of the railroad station, nnd one mile west of the meeting-house—late the resi dence of Jumes Fenn, Esq., dec’ll. The home stead contains about 85 acres, independent of road allowance, nil Limestone soil, in good cul tivation, with a southern exposure, and is adapted to all the varieties of grain and grass grown in this climate. The House is of good size, located on high ground, and surrounded bv Targe elms and other shade trees and a variety of fruit trees, ! rendering it no intiling and desirable residence. The om-lois belonging to the estate can also be hnd by llte purchaser if desired. The terms of pavmem will be mnde accommodating and pos session given at almost any time desired. For farther information apply to Augustus Bigelow on the premises. Joshua Redden, nenr Dutcher’s Bridge, William W. King, vl* mouth I Hollow, Conn., or to THEO. FENN; fl_____Lancunster, Penn. JJUtTTISICr At the Hew Jewelry Stores KEEPS constantly on hand n well selected assortment ol sh et music. Receiving fresh supplies weekly from Netv York, he will he able to accommodate his customers with the latest coniposiiions, at New York retuil prices. June 5ih. A. S. BALDWINt Em e line Booth ) vs > Order of Notice. David F. Boolh. ) State of Connecticut, Litchfield Conuty. *». Litchfield, May 10/A, A I) 1854. UPON the petition of said Emetine Booth of Torrington, Ct , praying lor reasons therein set forth fora divorce, now pending before the Superior Court in nnd for Litchfield County, to lie Itolden on the third Tuesday of August, A. D. 1854. It appearing to nnd being found by the suh scr.bing authority, that the said respondent is residing out ol and is absent from this Smte— gone to parts unknown lo the petitioner. There fore, ordered, that notice of the pendency ol said petition he given said respondent bv publishing this order in The Litchfield Enquirer, a news paper primed in Litchfield, six w eeks success ively, eommencing on or before the 13th day §f May, 1854. FREDERICK D. BEEMAN, 3_Clerk of said Superior Court. ANNATIO, Bath Brick, Window Glass, Indigo, Mace, Cream Tartar and aoda of the beat quality, just received by F. D. McNEIL. BALLARD'S IInir Dve, Thompson's Eye Water, and Godfrey’* Cordi I, at F. D. McNEIL’S. PLAIN and Figured Cashmere Shawls— French table Covers, oiled silk, <5tc. just received by F. D. McNEIL. BRISTOL Brick Dust—a superior nriiele for scouring, for sale by F. D. McNEIL. CAST Steel Spades, Shovels, lloes and G.rdeu Rukcs, for sale by _ F. D. McNEIL. „ N 33 W GOODS JUST received a good assortment of Gentle' inert's Dress Goods for Spring trad-', at BU 1’TKEREIT & TROWBRIDGE. SUGAR8 ANDMOLAK8E8.-Lnrge quantities ol Sugar and Moiiisies Just reu’d and selling at wonderful low price*. A. O. BRADFORD, EXTRA double plated Silver Forks, at A. S. BALDWIN’S. PORT MONA1ES and Ladies Card Cases, at A. S. BALDWIN’S. iTIINELY wrought silver Cuke Baskets, at 1 A. S BALDWIN’S. LIGHTNING UODS. O TIS’ l’atdnt Insulated Lightning Rods. 'The best article in the United Smies; and the onlv absolute protection against Lightning. Personal attention paid to putting op the above Rods by j. W. CONE, Agent for Norfolk, Canaan and Cornwall. | i£r Reference is made to Rev. Ira Pellibone, Principal Alger In-liiti'e, South Cornwall; and j Noah R. Hurt, Esq , Principal West Cornwall I isiituip, West Cornwall, where roue cun be seen upon buildings Norfolk, May 23,1351. MiimglVs Patent Skirts, SUI TED to the latest fashion, and for all sea sons i just received by the subscriber another lot of the.-e celebrated Skirts, both white nnd ... s. - A G- BRADFORD. W olcottville, May 185-1. T\T AILS,—200 cusks Nails, bought before X a the prices advanced ; w ill he sold at les price than can lie bought in Bridgeport or else where. Call at the GRANITE STORE. June' 12th, 1364. Notice* WHEREAS my wife, FANNY M. has refused tolive with me, this is to fork'd all persons harboring or trusting bar on my uc count, a* I will pay no deb's of her comm.-ting after this date. HERVEY M. BOOTH. Koxbury, July 17th, 1854. I2pd ! LAXCHARD’S Scythes, Silver and Cast * ■ »»• ewsl* «a 4, 1 Twenty-fir* Annual Report of tko LITCHFIELD MUTUAL Fire Mnun r truce Companyt JULY 8d, 1834. )y Cash rec'd for Premium* on Poli cies thia year 83,004 71 To cash paid for Luuset and Expenses this year 8,787 44 3y whole amount of Cash r< c’d tor Premiums $25,618 91 _ Interest ree d on Loans 1,4:11 81—887,000 78 To whole sm’t paid for Lu.-ses& Expenses821,998 67 ■^ash now on hand 6,052 15—827,050 78 To amount of Premiums charged on the books which may be collected it required 820,238 63 Add Cash on hand 5,C52 15 Making the Capital Stock of this ■■ ■ Company at this time 825,290 80 There is not at thia time any claims against the Company except Sixty dollars, Which is ready to be paid when called for. Tue Directors of this company are confident that the planof Insurance adopted by them will neel with a hearty response from all intelligent fiends oi the principle of Mutual Insurance Tiiis company insure only in this state and uke no risks on Mills, Goods in stores, shops, itc., or in exposed Village or city property, but son fine their business entirely to ferm property ind isolated buildings, and their contents—of ■viiich not more than $2000 will be insured on me risk, This company will adjust all claims with iromptiiess und liberality, and if at any time a lifferenue should arise between the parties, all ucii difference will be adjusted by indifferent petsons in ihe county, each party selecting one, • mi i i case they do not agree, a third person shall be chosen, and the award of all, or any two of them, shall be final and conclusive, iPMcers of the Company• J. G, BECKWITH, President, OLIVER UQODIVIJY, Treasuier, JASOJY WniTIXQ, Secretary. Directors. J. G. BECKWITH, I A S LEWIS JASON WHITING | SHELDON OSBORN OLIVER GOODWIN J DAV1 DC. SANFORD SETH P. BEERS, i ROBBINS BATTELL •STEPHEN DEWING. SHELDON OSBORN,of Haiwintnn, General Aeent. agents of the company. L-tnan W.Culler, Watertown ; Daniel B. Brinsinade, Washington ; David C. Sunfcrd, New Milford ; Rufus Fuller, Jr. Kent; Rich* aid Smith, Sliuron ; Frederick Kelloga,Corn wall ; Joseph I, Gaylord, Goshen ; William VI. Burrall, Canaan *, Donald J. Warner, Sal isbury ; S. D. Northwoy, and John Dewell, Norfolk; Henry Jones, New Hartford;— George D. Wudhoina, Torrington ; Lewis Smith, Ha-rxvinton ; John C. Ambler, Belhlem; John Abernethy anil George B. Forest.Wood bury ; DuVid C. Whittlesey, New Preston ; Reuben Rockwell, Colehrook; John Hina* dale, Winstcd ; H. Y. Si-Juhn, New Canaan | E. Talmndge, Plymouth Persons wishing to gel their buildings in* sored can apply to either of the Agents, or to the Secretary. J. G. BECKWITH, President. Jason Whiting, Secretary, Litchfield. Julv 1854. CARPETINGS* HUTTING AND 0ll>CL0TH. $Z PIECES ibis dny recpivpd by OU HENttY MERK1MAN & CO. South Side Center Squurti Waterbury, May 25th. Hlok'gail Horses. THE MESSENGER AND BLACK lHAWK HORSES owned by the subscriber will stuna the coining season at my larm, two mi led South-west from Goshen Center MOSES LYMAN. Goshen, May 20, 1834, 3 The Dloofl Horses W1LDAIR MORGAN and ZENITH wilt stand the ensiling Benson at the stable of the subseriber in Wolcottvillei VV*ifjDAin is a dark chestnut, fouf yeflrs old thid spring, weighs 1000 lbs.-wag rnised by Epaph1. rodlius Seymour of Brutiloboroimh. Vt. and ia of as pure Morgatt blood aa any Morse raised in that Slate. li has bead reported that Otr> Zenith ia death This is n mistake; th« old blind Horae ia still ali* e and in good health. Trrma for Wilduir, 95 and 981 Zenith, 93 and #3. There will also bb nt the game stable a Zenith Colt, ihree venrs old this spring. Muy 1334. A J. FRENCH; DRIED Apples, Roaches ahd Prunes, for said by F. D. McNEIL. IMPROVED Eagle Plowa and Cultivators at F. D. McNEIL’S. SO AP.—Castile and German Chemipal'Soah tor sale by F. D. MCNEIL. Litchfield, May 31st, 1854. CON NECTiCUT R1VF.R StlAD, White Fish, Macketel, and Halibut, (dr sale bv F. D. McNEIL. SALT FORK by the pound or barrel at . F. 1). McNElL’S. ^GENTLEMEN’S Cravata.Neck Stocks and VjT Collars, at ' No. 1 South St. T A DIES and Masses Waiters—a fine assort1 JLduieot of Silk and Linsn do. at CLOCK’S. GAITERS.—Ladies' plain, foxed; congress; tan and all other kinds of Gaiters. MEAFOY fit TROWBRIDGE. GENT’S French Calf, sewed and pegged Boots for sale by M. fit T. Wauled. AN experienced Watch-Maker Isirrimediateiy wanted by the subscriber. The rapid in1 crease of bis business rendering an assistant indispensable, lie offers good wages and constant employment to a man who thoroughly under1 stands all branched of the trade. Address . , „ .. A S. BALDWIN; Litchfield, 29th May, 1354; ENTS Fancy, Common; and ex^ra Slips by At a Cottrt of Probate hidden at Canaan wit kith and for the District of Canaan, tin the 15/A dun of June, A .D 1354. * 0Present, Miles TGrakg«r, Eafc, Judge. N motion ut ilie Administratorso« the estate ol THOMAS W. HARVEY, lurnoTc“ naan within said district, deceased i This court doth decree that six months be allowed and limited for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims against the some to-.lhe Adunr.is traiors; and direcs that public notice be given of this order by advertising in a newspaper pub1 hshed in Liiclifieid, and by posting a Copy thereof on the public sign-post in said tewn of Canaan nearest the place where the deceased last dwelt; Certified from Record. " ‘ . MILES T. <3R ANGES. Judge. Ait persons indebted to said estate are hereby not died to make immediate pavmeut to Edward P. Cowles, ) Hayward A. Harvey. > Administrator*. 12tl0 W ALXEii S. Cowles, J ECE1VHD at BRADFORD'S lo*aof chean Goods, selling low for Cask or Jisskanga. * 500 Paper Curtams, in landscape and d»m • cheap, at BRADFORD S in WocottviUe. Oil Shades, large guaa cheap, at Btt&DFORl New Jewelry and HEC’D this day from *, , "*»« "f la die a’ Brea Studs, silver and plated 6. Tin; subscriber flatten already rich assortment h" aWeto.ua theme* •Mt see. ”ri.'»AiSwtV June 88th. 1851, ** ^ BAW>VV