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torauuu w jwii . l2w'eariscme years have converted the gov- Cl l""1-"' o 1 J bankruptcy upon the nation, and ruin to all . . p .i i or,t ,ntn 3 mere enpine ol nartv. Dro i the empioymenis ui uie peupie. UBE D B f B'Sw! to the breach! Again-strike doivn the foes whom you dashed to the ground in 1840, and now breath only through your supineness. Rally, Rally, Rally ! Gire L's a full and fair array next Septem- ber, and nothing will prevent their utter annihilation in Vermont in thegreat battle r 18.U I NOMINATION OF MR. FOOT. We are happy to find from the papera jhat Mr. Foot's nominalion is iicatirly re sponded to in cvery seclion ofthe district. Magnanimously did the whigs of Windham nnd Bennington Counties yield all scclional I feclings and personal preferences to ihe sen. llnient of union, and ihe glory nnd safely of ihe whiz causo. Notwithstandintr a livelv in. icrcst wat felt bv the friends of dirTereni in. rlividuals whose namrs had been prcsenled os candidates all was chcerfully surrendered for the public good. Mr Foot will be tri- umphautly elrctcd. Rutland Senatorial Ticket is the same as wst year. It is headcd by Ihc Hon. N. Bripgs. Sept. 5, 1843. Have the several town Committees call ed a meeting of the whigs of the differcnt towns. and orpanized bv the annnintmrnt . . n j ri ofSchool District Committees? This is a matter too apt to be forgotten. A little time must be spent to the complete triumph of correct principles. Thc Locos are on thc alert, Whigs rally in your difleren' neighborhoods ! Agitate the subject of the coming election. Show forth the cf- forts of Locofocos to fasten upon the county a system utterly at war with the true interests of the people. Remember that Elcction is Septeraber 5th, and that Ver mont cxpects everv man to do Ms duty, frankly, fearlcssly, fullv! COMMUNICATION. I For the People's Frcss. ! WILLIAM SLADE. Mb. I'ell. In your pnper of tho 2d inst. i an nrticlt purporting to have been writ len by my .icighbor, "the practical whig," which appenrs to demand n passing noticc. The object of the ccmmunicatinn is evi 'cntly to dissuado iho freemen from giving their volcs at the coming elcction for Mr. Hladc as their Congressional Represcnta tivr. Ilc manifests much tact on this point, r.nj fain would have us bclicve. ho fuels prcat conipassion for Mr. S. 'lest his friends should pcrsist in their purposo of voting for iiim, and "both the whig party and Mr. Slaclc, himsclf be involvcd in one common cMcct." We thank him for his sympalhy hut of the fcars he cnlerlains we have none Mr. S. ivill be our Reprcsentative in the riejl Congress. Thc wriicr takcs a pcrlial and birds eyc lien- of Ihc si-bject. He is not awaro oftlic hold Mr. S. has on thc people, and of the confidence rcposed in him. To inany, ve. ry mnny ns well as to the "praclicnl whig," hc is known "to be an able, laltnted man, and an exccllenl legislator." But who is .Mr. itiarsh, thc Laucus nomineo 7 Do tho i.uhlic know him, or are his nearcst neich hors familiarly acquainted with lnm7 It is said they are not. On the conlrary, "Mr. SjZ?,savs hisfiiend "Iho practical whic." 'toot his youlh he has been in the yiiiis ser. xicc," and has done "great service to the Counlry" True, and the people apprecinte hiscmincnt scrvices. They well know that ihis great expcrience in their busincss gives '(iim superior advantagcs. That he is now bpiend ihe great nalional questions, etpe- dally the tarif. then he has been at any , 'loroer neriod. And hcncc. the murmurs and the enquires which come form cvery I bc Ient out to tho members afler the man--qurfer, in relation to the late nomination nerofa circulating Library, to bereturned ,hrfeady explanalion. In Grand-Islc, ' weckiy and cxchanged. We have somo !raAWui.aad Chittenden Counties to a con- j other sugestions, wo would liko to make. r- , j" Biaus. tJ luuiiudKUU UI poiiiicai OX" .(igceratios It is sober trulh and purest rc- raiity. Now.hcn, in the languagueof my rftsnAiffrl. infiliAr f nnnM fntm.l i. cood whig to.top, pondcr and reflect." 1 "To discariljifl personal prejudices and lct yuur.sivn ututintial interest and that of your,Countty,-s deeply involvcd control your votes." .If ttese principles arc to bo thtf rule of tionists could cheerfully bestow their con nclion.rhat .toan in his scnses would ro t fidence. Formany years past the rational 'Iinquish.fns iclairo pon a well known "lah , and staid abolitionists of Vermont have re enled. man, and os .excelhnl legislator," for cognized Gen. Mattocks as a man enter ono comparativcly .uoknown and without ' taining views touching the subject of sla-eperionce-I j very in harmony with their own. When a But stop,ays .my fricnd, Mr. Marsh is candi'date for Congress all the Whig aboli tkecraature oftho Conrention, and, there-' tionists, at Ieast, we believe, without anex fore, jnast bc suslamed. Aye, truly, but ception, voted for him ; and since then he did that om'ention ezpress tho will of tho has certainly showedhis hand clear enough votererfXheI)is(ricn -"The practical whig" ' to satisfy any one upon this subject. This has lcudus phtDiythal H iii not. He says, j being the case we shall the more cheerfully "Mr. Slade ieouldIoubtless have lecn nom. . and heartily eive to him our feeble support. inaled, had the Cownirg cf Addison been . And we hailed his nomination as an occa fully rttresented.'' tleaee, it is clear Mr. ;n wlipn nnv man Hpsirmis of civinir to Marsa U not theCandadate of a majority of j ne nig voters aX tho Distnct. It was vell known that Mr. Marsh, could not com. llr. Slades nomination would have cnsured "uccess. That Mr. Marsh's nt best.jeop. yrdjzed Ihe interest of the party. Now who is in fault, if a division ensue thoso who mado ihe nomination, knowing it would not bogcnerally salufactorv to the election ' roany votes as jiir. oiaac. iibi , or those who go to Iho poll as their oatbs requ'irc and voto for the man who they be lievo will most nbly perform Ihe dutics in cumbent on bis office I We have bccn (aun. tingly told (hut the Loeos always adhere to their nominations. If so, tbe reason is ob vinus. They bring forward their first, most pnpular, and able men. They never paltn off upon tho people their seeonds or Ihirds, in hopcs of driving their friends "into the unioa for the sake of the union." Acon. rcnticm of the kind of those under consider ation ought always to poiiit out public sen timent. To bo guided by the people in whom the power resides, and not to attempt to control them on the subject of election. It is a mistnken notion that any such conventionscan act irrespectireofthe vicws and fcelings of nny portion of those fcr whom they assume to asscmble, on whom they aro dependant for the completion of their desicns. The fourleen townt unrev resented in Addison County should have been considercd on the occason of the late District Convention.Thesotowns have been asked for their votes but not what were their wishes. Of the eight town in this Coun ty which pretended to have been represen. ted at the Conrcnlion, some teerc gTOSslg misrepresented ! We challenge a dcnial of this asserlion 1 It is iruc. Shall such a course be sanclioned 7 Aro the electors called upon to sustain a nomination to which thev never assented, i in which their feelings were cntircly disrc- gardcd ? II so, our hoosted frcedom of e. election is but a fiction, our right of sufirage buta nme. not worth possessing We be- cnme Ihe toils of nartv. fit subiect for de- sigmng poiiiicai aemagogaes. An Indepe.nuant Wnto. Bridport, Aug. 3d 1843 A LITERARY READING ASSOCI ATION. Our Comruunity has long felt the want of many ofthescsourccs of intellectual im provcment, of which many places bctter lo culcd have never been deprived. One of tho most imporlant, and the one to which we would now call the attention of our readers is the current Literature of thc , r aaJ' The best of all theso Periodicalr , in which this Literature is contained, and the largc amount of postage incurred by the distancc from which they are usually scnt, have been serious objections in the way of cvery individual, who would otherwise be glad to cullivate hisliterary tase, and store his mind wilh uscful knowledge, by useful reading. Wc havcbefnre us a plan which we hope our cilizens will consider and carry into cficct. It is cntitlcd "A plan for the uni. versal diflosion of Rcliginus and Literary knowledge," tho substance oftho plan is tho following. Tho tcrms of Mcmbcrship, one dollar pcr qciarter or 4 dollars per year. Each mem. bcr is cnlitled to Ine reading ot all tlio t'ub. lications taken, by tlio nssocialion, the Number of publicalions takan would depcnd upon the number of members II there were 20 members, each ono would have access to 80 dollars worth ofivorks. Thc listof Periodicals takon would be selected from nll Ihe leadinp American & Foreii'n Publi. o o t i cations. at the oDtion of tho Association. I The works nt Iho end of the year aro the propcrty of (ho nssocialion, and can be dis poscd ofas its members sce fit. Ifajudi cious selection is madc the works ought to be worth at lcast one halfthcoriginal cost. So if the works are sold tho net cost if be- longing to such an association will be only two dollars. And again it will be sccn in an adverlisement in anuthcr column of our paper that Mr. Locke a member of College in this placc has an arrangcmcnt by which hc proposcs to furnish all thcse works frcc of postage, To oblain them of him would be a matter of economy with us and perhaps asource ofsomeadvnntage to him. if vou wish lor usclul and valuabie reading and ciiEAr, how can we ask a more favor ablo opportunity tlian this 7 Can those who are desirous of making Middlebury thc seat of Literaturo for Vermont promote the ob ject at this time in a betier way than by em ouraging and supporting sucha plan lor the dinusion of uscful knowIedgc,asinthis7 There nre always enough in our commu nily who have ever been ready to support and encourago every hght, frmlous ann uselcss thing that comes along : will they now let slin so favorablo an oppnrtunity of lending their nid to something useful 7 We hnpe the reading porlion nfour citizens will lake hold of thia enterprize, and carry it out. Perhaps some suggestions mtght be vorthy of consideration, relative to the plan of opcration in this association, should there be one formcd. Hire some room in as ccntral place as may be, and get somo one to keep charge of it, have it opcn on are received be kept in the Reading Room, r r- u. nfk tv.a i iknm DUt wo w,u ,jeer tnem i0r tne preseni, ana perhaps they will not bc called for. , THE WHIG CANDIDATE FOR GOV- ERNOR ABOLITION. We were pleased, when we heard ( that the Convention had nominated a man , for Governor upon whom all honest aboli- the cause of abolition and the interests of the Free States his support, should no lon. ger find reason to give his vote independ- ant or. and seDerate trom, the Wme Htate Ticket. The Whig party of Vermont is in no way tinctured, and we hope it never may be, with slaveocracy-or it othar words, with the modern spurious democraey of lo cofocoism. Alwavs. have the men ther hare elected to office stood forth the ehampioot j offree labor, and human rights, and the contemners of slarery and its evil fruits. We are glad to hear that Whig abolilion ists aro quite well satisfied with the nomination of Gen. Mattocks, and will gen- erally support him lor uovernor, though we doubt not there will be found in the State, men, pretending to be abolitionists, but who, in truth, are in heart locofocos, ready to make an effort to induce Whig ab olitionists to vote for other men, thereby get their votes tcxaid, indirectly, the locc foco State ticket But we cannot yet be lieve they will forsake their long-tried friend Gen. Mattocks, let the New Hampshire lecturers or Vermont locofocos say or do what they may. Calcdonian. Wool. The Pittsburg Advocate states that the clip of Wool this year had been good, and although prices were low, grow ers and dealers were making fair profits. In Washington county over 200,000 had been paid out, for Wool alone, in four weeks. Wool. In nothing do we seen the ben eficial operation of the Tariffsoclearly ex emplified, as in the article of wool, the sale of which, owing to the increased demand for home consumption, has increased be yond all former example. From every part of the country, not only from the east and south but from the far west, we hear of the sale, at livmg prices to the producer,of Iarge quantities of wool. In the mean time do mestic woolen fabrics were never cheaper. "Oh.the Black Tarif .-Rochtscr Dem. Wool. Among the articles which fecl the impulse of prosperity, is wool. A very Iarge proportion of the new clip has been bought up, and during the operation, prices have advanced hve to seven cents a pound, or something like twenty-five per cent. on the prices of the Spring. Jour. of Com. SUMMARY. C. B. Harrington of Middletown has been nominated as the Loco Foco candidate for the southern congressional district in this state. Burlington Commekcemist. This lite rary anniversary occurred on Wednesday last. The assemblage ofstrangers from this state and olher parls of New England was unusually larze. lneilay prerious u. a. Brownson of Boston, delivered an address to the Alumni, which is much praiseil by some who heard it. Uev. George B. Cheever nt the close ofthe oommencemrnt exerclses de livered an Eulogy on the life and character ol the late 1'rol. Marsh. Amon; the gentie men of distinrtion present was Gov. Paine and suit, Col. Churchill of the artny, Gene- rul Koot oriXew York and .lr. Made late mcmbcr of congress from this state. Twen- ty six young gqnllcmen took the first litera ry dcgree. DlRTMOCTH CoMHCKCEMGIfT is Said tO have been a very hrilltant atlair. 1 he con- course was immense. Orntions were deliv eied by Hon. Levi Woodbury, and Rev. O. A. Brownson. At the Dinner Hon. Daniel WebMerand Gov. Hubbard entertained the alumni with short speechcs in tlie happiest stylc. Geo. P. Marsh of Burlington and N. r. Willis were elected orator and poct oi one ofthe societics for ncxtyear. J. O. Adims. He was received at Albany on the 4th inst. with the high respect due to this noble old patriot. This deep and uni versal feeling mamfested itself in the Iarge nescmbly who listcned to the address of Mr. Barnard and the reply of Mr. Adams which received the loudcsttokens ofapplause from those ofthe vast assemblage who were able to hear. Indeed bis wholejourney from Buf fulo through Rochester and Ulica wns a snrt of triumphal proyress. Everj where ho was liailcd with dclight, and crowncd with the lionors due to so intrcpid a patriot, and so eminent n statrsinan. Hearcn bless this no bte defendr of northcrn rights. Could he live tosce Henry Clay in Ihe Presidential chair he would doubtless exclaim like good old Simeon ofyore. JyoK College Commescemext. A friend who nttended the Commencement Schenectady on wednesday inforrr.s us that the altcndance was very Iarge, & the exerci ses highly intercsting. The Addresses were emphitically able.-Tbe attendance of Grad uates was very uumerous. The Trustees have elected Judge Kent of this City &.Bish op Heodiso of the Methodist Episcopal Cbnrch to fill the two subsisting racancies in the Board. Cruel tracd. A scoundrel named Mal titz, who came over from Bremen in the ship Goethe, fCapt. Hnmann, which arrived at Baltimore on Tuesday, contrived on tbe way to ingratiate himself with many of tbe passe'i gers, and obtain fro.n them over g 1,000 in all on the pretence ofpaying their passago to their several destinations. Immediately on landinghe disnppeared in a coucb, and has not since bsen heard of. WOOL. We observcd yesterday, in a storo house at ihe Bay a lot of wool pur chasd byMcxsrs. Follelt & Bradley,Burling. ton, said to be rising Fifiy thousand pounds. We were told that the price paid for it averaged not fcr from 30 cents per Ib.: thus dislribulng fiiflecn thousand dollars tmong the fafmersofthis county. D. P. Carpenter, Esq., of Ihi town, who raises a very fine qualily of wool, has sold this year's clip for 38 cents per pound. Messenger. BRIGHTON MARKET. MosnAT, July 31, 1843. Reporud br Uw N. E. Faner. At Msrket 375 Beef Cattle, 15 Cowa-and Calves, 3000 Sheep and 264 Swine. Prices. Beef CaUle.-Ltst weeV prices were not suslained. Few extra. 94.50. First quality. $400. $4.37 J. Second qualily, 93.50 a 94.00. Third quality. 93.00 a 83.37J . Sheep. Very dull. Lou were sold from $1.00,1.75, and 92.00. WOOL. The transaction durinc the weeksinthis article have been limited. Tne supply of fleece Wool in market ofthe new cltp has been considerably increased, and no doubt a fair demand Will oon tako place. as Drices havn adranced so materiallr in the country Ihat manufclures will soon tnrn their attention tD tne marxe; lor ineir suppnes. A modeiato demand exists for coarsofor eign, the stpck of which is gradolly dimin- tahinf-- Prime or Saxony Fle? ce.wahed, lb.37 a 40 c American full Hod, do 33 a 35 Do. 3.4do 32 a Sfl Do-1.2 do 20 a 30 1-4 and common -do 25 a 37. M a r r i e d . ln Starksboro on the 29th by Katban Mor rison Esq. Mr. Abram Bnnker to Miss Thankful D. Sweet all of Starksboro. D ied. In Cornwall on the Slstult., Divid Bosh- HELL VOUmresi mn nTRpv. Jederlixh Tln.h. nell, aged 22 years. Stray Colt. fc BROKE Into tbe encloinre of tbt mKm &abcriber oti ttie firt of Julj ioft. tJt lrk orrtl Yearllnz M4re Colt, JmJI nitb one white bind foot mnd a lit tle white in the ft.ee. The ownerij requested tocall, proTeproperty pj cnarge and lake her awaj. Lucn WiaTwoiTn. Slarkaboro, Jalj 6. 1W3. 14. Shingles, Shinglcs. Qfl THOUSWND Spruce Shinisles from 92 cts to 1 00 per tbousand for sale by P. W. COLL1NS. Cornwall, Auir. 7. 1843. Fish! FishM CODF1SH, Sbad Salmnnand Mackeiell on band and for sale by W. S. JOHNSON. Middlebury, Aug. 8, 1345. Stray Covr. iMaf STRAYED from the lubtcritxr B&w oa Tueiday tbe lit day of Apjtn.t. PHP a Rsb Cow, wilh one brau butlon U on her right born, middlin; lixe. Whoerer will gire iaformation wher ihe may be iound, ahall be rewarded. PnENTISS D. GOSS Middlehury. Anj. 7. 1843; Hcalth, Health, Health ! NO one thlnj centributea more tothe health, than sound teeth and hcaltn) gum.; anu at Ihtt blesiinr is enioyed by Ihousaads who hare uaed Dr. M. Ilitchcock a laralaable tooth preparalion for th past ten years; and may be enjayed and tbereby become fully aatisfiedof its great superi ority over any and every olher drnlifrice in the world. It hu been prored beyond a doubt in tbe most incredulou' minds, that Ihe teeth will nerar deeay. hut remain with their nalural wear.tothe latest age or man, gy its ur: ana more iDati inis ncrrous tooth achc, that elimax of pain, has at oneebeen eQectually cnred by vi'iag it. With thtse faoU before jou, where or wbo i the lad or genlleman Ihat valnes abeautiful aet of teeth, sound eums, and a anreel breath moro than fifiy cents, that will bo longer deililute, of a box of Ot. M. Hilchcock'a iMagnelic Odontica. For sale wholesale and retail. at the ciiy dragstore,by Foster and Dickioson, sole proptietors and successors lo A. Hitchcock & Co. Sidney Moody, Middlebury; Huniley & Higgins, Salisbury; Warren Blis, Bran don ; S. U, Winslow, Pittsford; J. S. Bow man. Vergennes, Agents. Il;ra3 Beauty, Beauty ! DR. EVANS Deaulifyine LoUon is Ihe most sorereign remedy for eflectaally remoring pim plea, blotchfs. sun burn, lan, and other del'ects of the kin, for beautifyina; and preservins; ita beauiy, that has rver been ottered to the laaies and centlemen of this country. Noihinp con. tributes an much to our gtneral success in lifr. as an enzag:ng first appearance. This Lclion, salubriou; in its nature, and so beautifrioe in its effec's, that aflcr nsing it a short time it improves the skin to perfeetion.ren dering it white, sofl, smooth and lieallhy. A bautiful complcxion is Ihe pride of all who pos 8css it, and the cnry of thov. who are deprived ot it, and as tbe Lotion will do all lt profcsses, it has become the only coametic in extrnsire u;e. Gentlemen whoie facea aro tendcr or rough af. lersharin; or otherwise defectire will find this to be a delightful remsdy, as it nill leare lhe face smooth anaVprevent Ihc otherwise ceriain efTect of all common aoap, in turning the beard prema turelygrey. Il;m3 H3" Kor sale wholesale and retail at the cilv ilruz slore. N. 1 17 Genesee st. bv Fos ter and Dickinsod; Sidney Mnndy, Middle- Duijr; rtuntiey K Hiogtns, bclisDury; i ren Bltss, Brandon; S. D. Winstnw. Pilts for; J. S. Bowman; fergennc!-; Agents. TO THE READING PUBLIC. MR. L. F. LOCKE. a member ofMiddleborr Col lege, haring been appointed Gencral Agent for Wilder a. wi roRiicH at axzricih rcRiODicaL ur ricx. Boston. would solicit fubKriDtions for 103 Dub lications, and 6 works lo bepublisbed in rVambers. A list of which may be seen at the Post OfSee. All the works and PoUiouiom, embraced in that list, and all others desired, exeept weeklief , will be furnished tocitizeos of Middlebary and rkinlty at tbe prices named in the list, FREE OF POSTAGE, In diridual snbscr:bers any where in the state ,or wilhin ooe hundred roiles, furaisbed by mailat much less expenae than ifsent from the Publislters. Clubs, Lyceums, Li braries. Reading Associations, aod Ladies Reading Societies supplied on the most farorable terms. Large pacKages senl to any piat e in tne state Iree of expenve. Small packages sent by stage or other conrerance at a small charge. Agencies, collections, and Orders, (post idl respecuoiiy soncited ana promptiy aitended to. WANTED. afew rcspoasible and enerzetic younr men of good address, to act as Agents. Good encour agement giren. 12:tf For Sale AT A GREAT BARGAIN. FT1HE HOUSE and LOT occupied by JL Mrs Prof. Turne. opposite J. Ha. gar's Book Store. (fi- Possession given in Sepl. next. ALSO, A Iarge lot of furniture, consiN ing of Chairs, Tables, Beds, Bedjteads, Looking Glasses, 6 Bureaus, 5 Stoves and Pipe, Cooking Utensils. Crockcry. dec. &c. Enquire on the premites, or of JOHN S. STORRS. Middlebury, July 25, 1843. 12 tf Payment is expected. by A. FRANCIS. July 25, 1843. More New Goods. ust rec'd by A. FPANCIS. STRAYED fiom the subscriber on the mountain in Middlebury, on iho 3d day of August, 6 head of threo year old steers chieflv dark red, branded on one of ihejhorns with ihe Iettera R. W. Whoever will lake up said canle and return, or, inform whero tbe same may be found sbalj bo well reward. ed. RUFU3 WAinnwuiii. Middlebury, Aug. 8th 1843, 14. j Old Accounts. I HAVE waiied long and patiently: please call and pay yovr old debts, and ifyoa hare forrotten that you owe me, just make enquiry, and sare further trouble. S. SIOODY. Middlebury, Ang. 1, IS43. 13;3 Dissolution. THE Copartnership heretofore existing under the firm of Phinney fc Gorham, is this day dissolved by mu'.unl consenL M. PHINNEY. G. F. GORHAM. Middlebury, July 31, 1813. 13 3r L.i b e ra t i o n . Thia may certify, ihat I hare giren my sons Charles D. and Jamc.S Cole, thtir time, to trade and trans ct buiiness for themselres, nnld ibey arrire at the ageof twenty oae years, aud shall neilher exact any of their wages, nor pay any debts of their contractinc af ter ihi date. DANIEL COLE. Wewharen July 14. 1S43. NEW GOODS. TUST received from New York, a general J assorlment of Groceries Consistin in i . .rntj it -r . . . ' panui uia nyson, xoung nyson, ti. aKin and Black Teas, Moljsses, Loaf, ground and Brown Sugar, Box and Suttena Raisins, Ja va Laguara and St. D. CofiTee, Fresh Tama rands, Rico, Salmon Trout, Bleached sum mer and Sperm Oil. Vnrnish aml Linseed Oilat RUSSELSi GRIDLEY'S. Notice. THE accounts contractcd at the store of be left with Barbcr fy Wright, the 15th of Angusi ior uouection 11 not previously ar ransed. W. P. RUSSEL. Middlebury, Juni 20th 1843. 13. W. Hull & Son's Steam Soap, BY the box, ponnd, or iingle catcc. Pale yellow Extra No. 1 and BarSoap fo washing Pure Palm -Alroond Vanegaicd aod streetucen ted lor Ue Toilelte. Verbena Cream Anodjne ba Ting cream cmollient ioap Saroa soperflne ejeta ble roonpelat Paris , highly recommended to ihose ivbo with to enjoy pteasure in Sbavin?, for sale br 13 nUSSEL & GRIDLEY. Powder and Shot HAZARO'S Anwrican Sportiog Ganpowdcr, in Caniiten Rlfle aod Common Powder Sliot andBarLead.at RUSSEL & GRIDLEY'S. 13 J)T ew Goods. T HE Subscribcr has just received an assortmcnt of DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hard-Ware, Crockery and Glass-Ware, Nails and Nail-Rods, Swcdes and Gcrman Steel, rogelher wilh a great Tariety of articles, which will be sold unosnally low for Casb or Ready Pay, or on short ap; roved Credit. T. C. S.MITH. New Ilaren, July 12. 1843. 11 Shirfings. A number of diflerrnt kinds and qualitisa Sliirtinar- very low for Cash, at July 18. 1843. T. C. SMITH'S. of u a r s Loaf, Lump, and Brown Su?ars, cheaper than the cheapesl, at T. C. SMITH'S. NOTIC1S. fTlHE Subscribcr rcquests all pcrsons in. JL debtcd to him to mnke immediale pay- ments. K. L. FULLER. July 17. 1813. L O ST. ON iha aflctnoon of Tuesday, 4th July, ihe Brass lop of n Flajj Staft". The litidcr will confer n favor by leaving it at this otltccc Wew Goods. c BIRGE, is now rrcemna fine sopply of S U M M E It G O O D S. and as nsual cnzar! cunr!! vkrt CHXAr!!! July 19, 1843. Parasols. TUST receired, a fine lot of Parsols. J July 19, 1843. at BIRGES. P ap o r . NE tbousand Pieces cheap Room Paper, just re- fceired. July 19, 1843. at BIRGES. S. PEARL LATHROP, Would respectfullr inform his friends and the pubCc, that he has taken an office in No. 7. Nichols build ing, directly orer A. Francis' store, where he will be pleased to receire calls from those who may wish his 1 Dr. L. hopes, by u atrietest stndy of the rarons brancbeof his profession, and tbe elosest attention to . i . i . :. i tnose vno iut come uwicr n nici m iwiii uu i i i r ii- rMrirean honorable share of Doblic cdtronare. Jnly 19, 1843. Il;lf AND GROCERIES. USSEL & GRID LEY have just re- ceivcd from New York, the rKt asjortment of Medicines, Paints, Dyc-stufis, and Ferlumery. ever ofTered for sale in this County, at great. ly reduced prices for cash. Mr. Gbidlet whose thorough acquaint ance wilh the Drug and Medicine business is well known, will have charge of the con cern. Pbysictans are invited to call and examine Medicines and prices before send ine lo market for their supplies. Middlebury, July 1 1, 1843. 10 TVTsT'Tf'T? THE snbscnbert nanaa; ! W J JLwJLlj ed a tnrtrersliip ondei tbe firm of RUSSEL & GRIDLEY woold inlbrm tbe publ4C that they will coothmei tbe Dscee, MxDtcisz.and Grociht Bosmiss at tbe store formerly occupied by W. P. Rassel, firstdoor south ofthe Post Office. , W. P. RUSSEL, Middlebury Jtme 20th. 1S43. II. C. GRIDLEV. For jSale. A ACRES of grast, on tho farm B-Precently occupied by T. Parkill, enquire of C. G Tildw, T. Ekixs, and O. PoBTEtt. Cornwall, Jnly 18th. 1843. Ili3w INING and Rockins Chairs, Bed steads, at Z. BECKWITH & Co's. w INDOiV Sash. Glass and Puttyat Z. BECKWU'H eJ-Co's S0TICE. SherifFs Sale I SHALL exposo for ssln nt public uo tion, at the store formerly occupied by T. C. Smilh, Nichols' Building, next door lo A. Francis on the 2d day of August 1843, a Iarge lot of Dry Goods Consisling of Cloths, cassimeres, cottons, calicocs, and n variely of olher merchandise as enu. merated in the legal notificatioris of ihe sale poslcd at L. Shaw's and J. C. Huntington' Hotela in Middlebury. The sale will continua from day to day, until the whole is dnposed of; being neatly AN CNTIKE &TOCK OF DET GOODS from a country slore. J. C. HUNTINGTON. Dep.SherifT. Middlebury. July 19, 1843. 12 Horse Rakes OR sale by the sobscribcr. IRA STEWAUT. Notice. PEHSONS haring wool carded into rolls, at tbe Factory of tbe subtcriber, ar expecled to make payment, is all casts to Mr. Janas Jkwett, prerious to their delirery. IRA STEWART. Middlebury. June 23, 1843. 8, 3vr Tlle right kind of Tobacco FOR SHEEP, at a Low price. LIKEWISE. a laroe stock for Cuxwisc A3D Ssioxiso at REDtrccD prices for sale by A. FRANCIS. Carpet Y arn and Twine, br A. FRANCIS. Liberation. THIS may certify that 1 hare giren my two sons Thomas VViltiam, and George Aodrew Curry, their time until they arrire at ibe age of 21 years to trade and trmn.ict buiineis for themselres. I sball neitber exact any of their wages, nor pay any debts of tbeir contracting afterthis dale. ANDREW CURRY. Middlebury, June 18 1343. Wool Carding. THE Subscriber bss eniered inM an ar rangemrnt with Mr. James Jkwctt, lo to lake charge or ihe WOOL CAHDING businrss Ihe present s,eason, in the Factory lately occupied byA. Spaldin & Co, stiict attention will be paid to the busioess, and the wi rk warranlrd wrll dnne. May 30, 1SI3. IRA STEWAflT. Vestings, &c. ABEAUTIFUL assortmrnt of Summer Vestings. Also, Summer Cloths for Genls pants, Broad Cloths, Caisimeres and Trimminss. GenU col'd Silk. Coitnn, Lin en, and Kid Glnves, Cravats, Srarfs &C&.C. I just opcneJand for sale at ihe "chrap cash slore. ny JUMiN valuk i i. iTtav 1813. SfiOf) Yflffle Pnnts, Camhrics, OUUt I dl US, Muain9 ali Lawns an almo.'t endless varicty of styles .te cheap er than ever by A. FRANCIS. gllEF.l' Mav 23. Twine jnst rec'd and lor sale by W. S. Joii."o.v. 1843. SHEEI' Sbeais'cUrge supply just rec'd bv W. S. Johkson. May 2a 1813. f'WMM YA (AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE.) i I T ESPECTFUr.I.Y .scliril, the allen I M.m tion of ihe public gtnera'ly, to his s'.ock FOREIGN & DOMESTIC i DRY GOODS, ' wlnch wete selecled wilh care, both as lo quality and style. AI;o, a rhoice stock ot DRY GROCERIES, I Crockcry, Glass Ware &c. &c which he will endearor lo sell at su:h pricci ,as will induce Ihe purchaier to call a;ain 100,000 CHILDREN and adults die annually from ihe eflicts of Worros alone. This rsst mortslitj rn'y t nM.Mi.j k. n. ii ;.! 1, lcelebfalcd WORM TEA in time. Thousands u- cnintij ..tn.L j ii. in..uw. . . i . . ttinn .1 fE. . Ti pine away and die of worms. without parenls or friends euspecling tbe real ean.e. A few of the symploms, are Soshed ehreks, pale lips, feverish and ofiensiva breatb, ilching of Ibe nose. unnal ural arpetile, s'nse of something rising in Ihe slomacb, &c. Thcosanda of celficatn can l procured.proving thislobe tbe most safeand ef. feetnal IFottn destroyer in ne. Jlany artielrs are palmed off upon the the public as wotra de. strovinr medicines and some lor rrlnchcb'ldren cry etc. be not ileceired by this aonsenje bo. cse Dr.M. Ilitencocaa rrorm i ea, anayoo can men have lire and beallby children lo gire.yoor sn- gar- pluma lo. For sale wholesale and rttail by Fo.lei & Dickinson sole pioprietors Only Twenty-five cents. DR. M. HITCHCOCK'S newly inrented Snnff. the best article ever diseorered.by scientif ie rsen. in tho United Kintrdom of Great Brilain, or Amerira, for ths care and absolnte rifi'fof Catarrb, Diiziness of tho Head, Weak Eyes; Nerrous Headaches, Falleo 5iekness Fill, and mbnls troubled with Snaffles psrtitl shoeks ol Paby, and in ahort. every diseaso tbe head is subject to. We do knovr, it ba cmed Iba Ca tarrh, of fifleen yaars sUndm. Kor sale nhole sali and reUil.by .-oster and Dickinson. to-LOOK AT THISsrJ Have you a cough? 7A THOUSAND Die of ComnJtrnoa ' v every year in the United Slates Knd miltkma auffsr. from traabletom coaghs and rolds, thatean- be'Wirfilhy Dr Si Hitchcoek's Vegetablo Crea'ni Cbagb. Drops, a sife medlcsl prescriptioa, coataining na poiaanooa dxvgs, and ased in rn ezlensivc.pnrcliesifot that awful di ease pulmonary consnmption, which sweeps inlo thegrave hundrrds ofyoangand old, the lorely andtb fay. Have you a cooghTBo peraoaded to rrarhast a boltlo of the eoogh Drops to day .' To.niorrow may be too late. Price 75 cents per boltle. Fnr sale wholesale and TtUU, by FOS TER (c DICKINSON, sole proprietors and saccMsors to A- Hitchcock t co. 117 Qeoe- sre St. Uliea. Sidney Moody, Middlebury; Hontlcy and Higelna, Salishuty; Warren Bliss, Bfandnnj S. D. Winslow, Pittsford; J. 8. Bowmtn, Vsrjennes, Agtatt. U;m3 FROBATE ftOTlCEf?. STATE OF VERMONT, ) District of Addison, ss. BE.,!.tJ.rc,nemkcmJ ,h:,, Prooafe taoif I1J af iliddlrbury, in and for the dixtrict ct A-Hi)r, r. thc IlWidnyof ,'a!y, 1S43. CIurk Liaslrr. adnis istramr.of iWe' estate of Glorce Ljjco !a"te ,.f ,aid MMdlebuYy,- deceared mnkes appllmiion to thc tW to tfare the tlm' ilhli ed Inca fof the parmciir nf t debts ohhe deccased, extendedone year trom t!i ts firation of tbe time btrcfofbre luniled br tlii. C'ouniv t is thefefore ordered tliat said appncaribu l ron.i'd ered at a sestion of.tlthi Coort ttf be beld at ili. tn; . of U. H. Ererett,-Esq.,'tiiShoreham,in'sahl Di.tnrt. on Thorsday the 31 diiy cf August nct, at one o'rtirK io tbe afteruoon, and tfat notrci therrof br giri'n to ;.V persons intemted,that they maV xfpttr and nukc iIh ir objections, if any they hare, totbe said tiime of rnrna.irt beiog furtber exteuded as aforesaid, by puuli.hni- . certioed ropy of this order, in tbe MiddlBrr Perpli Pren.a oetspaper printed at said Midtllchi'iry, thm weeks successirely.prerious to tbe time of caid Cbtirt J- S. Ucsunell. Hrgister. A true copy of record, Attest, J. S. Bitshnell. Rfgisttr. 1 1 ;:i v STATE OF VERMONT, District ot Addi'son ss. $ DE it rememheied that at Prohafe Com' held al Middlebury in and for ihc di.-tn.-r of Addison otf tht 20th day of July, A- I) 1343, Elijah B. Sirjitn. A'dmfaTstratoV of ilir K tateof ASAHEL C. DICKBR.MAN, late of said Middlebury', deceared, prcscnts his admini-iration acc"un for allotvancr , It is therefurc nrdered that saTd acctunt he eurained for allowance by said C urt, atn ression tbereof. to be bcld at thcolfireof thc Itesister of said Court, ia said Middlcburv, on Thursday ihe 17lh day of August next ai one o'clockm theafiernoon;and tht notice thcreof beniren to alIpeison inlerVsted ihat ihey mav appear aod make their .rtij.-ciiotiw ii any they bave, lo ihe ai7.iwaiice of Said ac counu by puliliiliingarenilifdcopy oftliif ur der in the Middlebury People's Press-a nr.f s paperpriolrd al said Middlehury ihree tvf ki succtrsiireiv previousio thet;mr ofsan! court. " J. S. BUSHNELL, Ke-u:er, A true copy of record, 12 Atiet J. S. BUSHNELL Rici irr STATE OF VERMONT,. DUtrict of Addison is. y BE it rarnerabrird tbtt al a Trobata Com' IM. ii at Middlebury in and forlbr' District, of Adtlimn on the 20t!i day of Jul 181-T. . Oorastus VVooster and Ianfcl JIuddr n-r uiimstrators ofthe esrato 6f EKE'N W. JVVff,- . ateofsaid Midillbury ilereased, prrjciiw their administration accodnt for nllnwnnrp . and it is therelore oTrlereil that ihe sn:)ic li exaniincd for allowance' by said Cntirt, nt.T session tberroflo be held ofthr Reghterol said ron-t is saKI Mhldlrhury on Tliunday ihe IT'dnfy of Auu't n-xt one o'rlork in llie afternoun;and ibat n tn thcreof be fiiven to allpersns intnesti d tli'.i . ihey may apj ear and m ike tbeir cbi iri' n if any they have to the sMowanre cf ai 1 adminUiraiinn account, by pnf.liiintr' a rritl ficd copy of this order in the Middlrlmry People s Prcs ihrre weeks surresively pr -vious to the tintr nt said roUrf.- J. BUSHNELL,-Ri-5ftcr A Iruc ccpy iifrerofi!.- Attri.t. J. S. RUSHNF.Lt., Rcc. is'. STATE OF VERMONT, District uf Addison ss. V BE it rrmemhered that at a r)r.natr r. v t boldrn at Middlfbiry in atiil fnr thr u inct of AddHon ort the "20-lh-day ol'Jtilv D. 1813. Abram DlIontley admmistrtor of tlie estat ' ABRAHAS1 THOMAS. bte of Salisbury hrsaid District drceaed,ftltrs Elication to the mid Court to hare ttbe time allitui im lor tbe parment of rhe debts of ffie decca.ril rxt n ded one year from tho expiralionef inetimc hrrrii t.ue limited by this Codrt: !t is ibere&rc orJfri'd lli it . ' application be consrdered at a session of siid Coiti tv. be held al iha ouice ofthe Rrgictef, uf said rromrtn said Middlebury on Tpursday die l'7th ilayof AiiM.t next at one o'dock in the afteruoon? and rh.i ni-r lliereof be giten to all prrsom isterested tnil t!iry nr appear aod make their olijrctions, if any ihrr luitt., i said lime uf payment being exlended as afnrmiiii, t.v nublishing a rertified coprufthis orderin lln- M 'f'lc bonr People's Prefs, a newipaper printed at s..itl M dleburr. llirtco weeks sueccisirely preriw t. r sion of said Courf. j. s. bosHneLL, titgir , A true copy of record, 12 ttest J. S.-BUSHNELL, U c Commibsioficrs Noticr. WE tbe subscr'roers teinjr apporalcdny ilir IV bale Court for ihe" diWrin rf New liaren Cmi hj sioners lo receire examfn' and adjost al! tTi iiir and demands of aH persons agahist ihe Emtc tf JONATHAN KLLIDT. Isle of Starksb-ro in nli Drrtrref, dece ar if. irr s nted insolrent. and auto art elaiins and detnn exbibitedinoflsettbereto: Amfsfx ralendir mo1 th from the 12lb day of June Utt. fx'mg :tr,ed hy nt ' Court for that puryKMe, we du Iherefprc pivc nottr tbat wewill aMrnd to tbe bti.ines.ofour sa i ak poiotraent at the late dwelling Iwit.ef itie dercj.. ia Starksboro on Ibe 1st Mondays ia Ociol-r and neccmhrr uext froM nirte -kwlt A, M. until (txr o'clock P. M. ea'fi ..f saidil.i,. IRA CfSHSKEL. 1 RII'IIARD HII.L. Oa SAM'L D HOLCOMn. S 12 -3 r J ILL SAWiy, lursale by mr s:ih-crtb..-r lrA I. St.tv-.t Domcstic Goods. EXTRA Heary Bro. Sheetings from G 1 1 8 cents. Very Henvy TiekingT from 10 I i tn 5(1 cents. American Prints from Gto 12 -'Zroi,t. just rec'd nt BIRGES. Maj 17. 1843. Woodl Wood!! QfsA "'i-rlo Siis..md'Wt.o:l lorss- W. S. JOHNSON. June 19,184:1- BRUSHESi Painti Varnwh, anl SeJ Brushes. ALSO flesh, Clolh. Hnir, Tooth and Nail nrtishe Also DinnefbTd'a Patent.impirrved llnr.n Hair Flesh Olrltesand Straps- Oamel.-i Ilatr PenCits &c. fbr sale by RUSSEL & CltlDLEY Cornwall, May 15, 1848. THIS day rcertving a ntto an 1 complete assorimenl of SDrintr and Surnttlcr Goods. whhh will be sold for cash nrapprured cr-rd It at lowtr nrirea than birinz tttt b-for- been afTordrd, eomprisfng all ibc r.nittic ever called for in a country store. K' 'f. L.UL1I.IA& Marble Works. THE nh.eribera resneclfullt Inform Iho rflllt. I; ih.r ir. M..M mhrka Iztelr orcnnll Irv Cao and Spauldini, are now irl operili'rn, am! . . . r l.k. -11 l:1. r tney are prernrea 10 ioi." " hw i oawed JWarDie, capa ana sins, TomtVstonesj Morttlrtlent!, short notice. 53TOSE LlMtJ tCept ccmlantly on band, GfbBS 4. CHITTEXnEV. MHdleburJ.Joly 19, 18la H;yl Hinsdill's Family Flour. JUST rere.ved and ht ale f i-h m t ol J. N Hinsdill'a rltra farcily llm-. and ointr'approvei) kinds ly W.H J10!' y MiT . "'J'