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This State hs rccorrftd iti vote jor Clay &. rrelinghuyseu with . slight decreasYon thtS Ftaic vote in Oct. Maj. probably 1,200. Thc linve electcd 4 Congreesmcn. Tue Loco 1. Last yfear -1 Locos, 1 "Whhj. CONNECTICUT ALL WHIG. The Clay clcctors Imve been clected by a nisjority ofabuut. 3,300. RHODE-ISLAKDjTHE BANNER STATE! Clay's majority in thousaud! tbii) State is about tbree 0. JL All for Clay ! This State goes for Clay by an iucreassd voteovcrthe Stato Ticktt. Trobably 5,000 "Saeylaud. Clay's majority in Maryland is about 2.5C0, a great gain on tlie State election. Yirginia. FAVORABLE SO FAR. The Journal of Commerce which is good authority for the whigs.says wc liear from Baltimore that news has been re ceived by Tclcgraph, that 10 counties iu Virginia hnd give a whij; gain of G20, over tlie vote of the same counties in'40. This varies a little from the Tribunc's account which gives 15 counties referrcd to aud makcs out the whig gain 590. The Prospscts before us. It nppeirsthat vie have drawn wrong cou c'usiot.s from ccrtaiu facls; and have been li.sappointcd iu the rcstilt cf Penusylvania and Y. elections nhith have gonc for Polk and Djllas by frotn2 to 5,000 majorily cach. Wc C.il supposc that tlie TarifT men of those Stales could tiol be induccd to east their votcs for a frce-trade rnan, but we are mistakcn. Tl:cy 1 ac donc so,and wc must all abide the conscq'iencfs. The Loco gain iu N. Y. is about 1G,000, tince 1S10, being less tlian 500 gain to catii membcr ofCongrcss. Thcre is a.prospcct of Virginia goiug for llcury Clay, li:ch uillrccder his election almost sure.but should that fa":l thcrc are Statcs ctiough to c!ei-t Mr. Clay that votcd lor Gen. Hnrrison iu 1S10, tiuless tliose Slates give larger Loco ?ain to carh Congrcssional District than have ccu g.i'r.jd iu Penusylvania orXew York. Jlicliian gave Harrisou 1,802 majorily, riis' irpi Georgia 8,340, Indiana :.J,-3,TciiT.rsiee 13,102, Louisiaua 3.CS0, N-.illi CiroSiuin 12,581. Celaaare 1,093, ma j iriiies ii-t Ilarnjou. Tliess with tbe States .iuch iuve alrcady elected .yare conceded to Cjjy'uill t'.ect hitn, wiihout cvcu Virgiuia s they nill give 144 votcs aix ciore than ubc rsary fora choicc. Now if aay Whig stays from tiic polls and fuS"ei A'eimont tn go lor Poik and by fucli 5i".c ueglect Polk should beclectc.l, could he I'ver luu'i. an hoaest and pairioticWbig inthc f ice wi:hout a blusli of shame. MICHIGAE Tlie Detroit Advcrtiscr, a paper very mutious m its exprcssions ot opinion, t'.'is speaks ofthe prospect in Micr.igsn. MICIIIGAN AWAKE. W e have . i-i.... -i i:ri iiiiiktlo eiiiuiuu iu fpcal: v.tth confitlencc of the result ofj this StatA afipr lhrcc 5iiccessive defeats. Dut ue can now assure our friends, botli p.t imnie and ahroad, that our prospects j cicvcdas to ttC day ofthe second advent. arc daily ijrowiiig brigliter and brighter. i He said he had beenled away by excite Thc harbinners of a glorious day, al- i mcnt and deceived by nesmtrism ! and rady skirt the horizon. The spirit of! now most penitently acknoulcdged his IMO.lcss noisy, perl-.aps, but equally ', inauifold sitis and wickcdness. He now '.rrcugh and cfxient, is revivod. That exhorts therii tostick to work. &.c. Vhigs are active aud zcalous, and will be j Himes ncxt took thestand in th- con rut cn the d.iy of Ihe clecttcn. A ful) feisicnal, and forgctling, wc prcsume, i :cs is always a Whig victory. that he had been both the deceived and cnave no motivc to ueceive our- i sr.vcsor othcre, ncrarewe usually over I r:n-::!ne m yuch inatters.- ile speak, crrtninly, our own convictions ; and we dn not think wc be mistaken in our own j calcuhtinns At auy ralc.we are will- n,ttoput them on record. IJ'e shall rcrry.thtn, a mqjontynf Congrcssmcn, a ........ I . . . . r tl.- ( I ..... . x I ) . . i , and injoint ballot of thc Lcgislalure, a r:ajority of the counly iickcts, and as ! tre bcliivc, Ihe Prcsidtnlial chctors. SWIXDLED PENXSYLVANIA. Avcry small majorily of the VotcrsofL "cntisvlvaoia have been induced to vote for t,.;, 'K vniL. nnihpsolemn nnnrrp m JamcsK. i olk on the oIemn assurance the I.oco-l-cco leaders that 1'ctkis more oja n-xir n,.... a . -.r. thcscmeuarc th.is duped, South Carolina r-ocsunanunouslv f.ir Polk on ths sroiind of his utterand unifonn bastility to any Proti t vc TarifT whatevcr! Thero never wai otcc- never was a hlacker frantl than that bv which I cnnsvl- rania has been scdnced from her own side to rast her vole for the ucadly cnemies of her ndustrynnd her Prosperity. Freemcn of Xcw-York' they hopesoto swiudle you! iut how can they ? The Locofucos here are i-i pood part detected ifnot decjared advcr-sni-ir nf ilin Protective Policv. Thn slrnllr lh"s is-sue as far as possible, but their hatred ofthe TarifT is bctraycd in all their move ments. Stand up for yonr3elves ! Tribune. Whaf lliey think of Mr. Polk in Tennessee. The Nashville Republican Banner says : The life of Government is reputation. It must be prcserved from conlempt Is there a right-minded American who does not fcel that adeadly stab has been aimed -.t the reputation of our Government in patjicular and of Republican Institutions iu cuerai, ny tne Locofoco Adrninistra- finrisol late and ofthe present timeTJmenU are, that it is tho snrest. way ofj world i brcoding oTer us, under Tylerisrn. .Shall wc con senttoco bow.n from Tyler to Polki Bad as Tyler is, Polk is worse. It is a descent in thenegative series to which we arc altogether opposcd. WHAT ARE WE COHLING T0. The Polk and Dallas flag was flying in front of the Roman Catholic Church, at South Boston, all day Sunday ! This is thc flag that was suspended from the church itsell in thc hrstplacc, and alter wards, for thesake ofapperance, was re- mored from the church and fastened toa pole planti d in front of the church, and on thc land of the church, whcre it is still fly- ing. ISost. Atlas 26th. WorkingMen! Were uot titncsbelter before the Loro-Fo-1 comeasures were fully carried into eflcct Mf?hJl- SteVr,mnai; about tbe time tlie Wlngs camc lapower.' Have they not been bcttersiuce? and ichy iliink vou? Aud now, isnot L,abor gcnerally in fair de- uers oi tnis exceient specinc. very tew maud? Did jou cver know a lime uhcnthe 'howcvcr, we arc happy to say, nreincred average earaings ofthe Working Classes lous as to the magicefficacy ofthe Messrs. wcro merethan uow? Haveyou evcrknown Sands'sSarsaparilla certainly none who atimenheu their wagcs would buy more? haveerer uscd it, speak otherwise than Are they not usually comfortalilc and uitlia favoralJe cf Jt fairprospcct abead.' Now clo you wantlo r - . , , . go back to the times of 1637-40 ! If not.vote or further parltculars and eonclusire lor the IVotection of your own Inddstry! evtdence of ttssupenor value and efTicacy, Vote to kecp timcs good and make them bet- sec pamphlets, which raay ohtained of tar if possible. Why should you be misled agents gralis. byauame; fctand by the lutcrests and Prosperity of your Country, and all will be well ! Corrcsponicnce of thc Ilcpulliccn. NEWS FROM CARTIIAGE MORMOX ENCAMPMENT EXC1TEMENT OF THE HANCOCK I'EOPLE. . Waksaw, 111. Tuesdaj,22dOctober, 1844. Getlemk.v: The Circuit Courtofthis couuty commeuced its session at Cnrthu'rc yestcrday. The charge of Judge Thomasis bighly spokcn ot, and the Grand Jury is en-. gagcd iu cxamining witncsscs in relation to the murderof the Smiths. Sharp and Wil-1 liatns macle their appcarauce in Courr. as per ' trcaly, and have been at large, awaiting ttie 1 actionufthc Grand Jury. No furllirrar- rests have yct been made. Scvcral subpos-j nas have been issucd for witnisses, who did not cxpect to be callcd on; ouc or two of; n hich have been servcd, and othcrs avoiiled. My opinion is that uo indictments will be I fnund againstany one certainly notagainst! Sharp. I The runior last night was, that one or two j htiudred Alormous were encamped inthc! woods a mile or two North of Carthage, and ! that they are all armed, bm for what purposc j uoiniug aeimuc scciusto uc uuowu. Tuesday, 11 P. M 1 ne rutnor ol the Mormon encampmcHt turns out to ue truc. It is ccrtain tliat taSOO.Mormonaaro encinmnl .,:,),;- r.r I as vet a matter of coulerti.re. Tl U nl a conipany of Indiaus encamped a fcw miies . ofl; who appear to be thcrc lor uo purpose j "u ,.4iUCiDiouu ..j iiic iiLi.c.js. I all discaacs whicu liavu a tcndencv towarcs There is niuch excitcmrnt manifested in' Consumptios. Complaints of tho lung,chet Carthagc aud herc, iu conseqticncc; aud 1 1 and livcr, sicm to nrirefiom our rarialilo cli niuch lear that cn outbrcaU will be the re-i nntp, moit ianj'Toiis to llia invilid, and ihosu sttlt. In thc mcautimc the busincss of the Court is progressiug with its usual quict. If tmy thing unusual occurs, you shall be informcd. Wcdcesday, 4 P. M. Two geutlemeti, wbo went out to ascertain thc fact iu relation to the Alormou encamp-l mcnt, have returned to Canhagc, and rcport that they wcnt into the cncampmcnt, and iuquircd tho objcct, but conld gct no satisfac tnry auswtr. They saw no arms; but arc fully ufthe opinion that they have arms cou cealed in their wagons G. sMiiierism Disavowed. On Thursday cvcning, in the Milleritc 1 Churah, corner of Chrystic and Delancey ' strcet, Jlr Storrs pubhcly recanled 1ns : rii.. ....1 " ..i .i. cictiuus imiy iuu iiiuuuuss 111 iuu II,al" i ter ofthe second advent. He said, whatj indced others bcsidcs his conrrreration had alrcady fouud out, that he was de- tnetieceiver.ratcu tuepcopic prctty narsn- ly for their lnfatuatton, and urgcd them ' all to go homc and to work, and stepped , down from ihe rostrum. Storrs has also acknowledgcd his error m the Midnight Cry, but wc do not reuiember sceing any tmng auoui mesmcrism : yumcs says thts isan. crror.j I h i r ,e Inlarnhl, l.fl I iinfocclnn . i- casy, but how is restituttnn to be made. Pcrhaps the leaders think they have fur- inishedas mucn excttement as could bc cxpected at tlie price. IV. Y. Com. Adv. iu.itii i - , "erewerc someintng iikc lo ae- I ,uut men ana "mcn in a uou-e in 1 Westminster, which they call the AnK, ho have remaincd there siuce the 22d tV i . .., i,.,...ij - . r e might recnunt a hnndred instancesof I sulclde Ioss of reason, and waste of prop- crlJ "'""'S'1""1 u' suiiiuuniig else ot these leaders. OCT i r Himes complams of beingslan- dered of accusatiou of dishonesty, &c, ulty conshti of six experienced Prufcssors and I and desircs to be allowed to "go on" in A&istanu. Boardisaslow as atany oiher Ia ..... .. D . . stimnon in Rutland Countv. peace. He ougnt to s;o on soas to do lcssmischicfin the result hereafter. Birneyism. The following dialogue between Mr. Birney and Dr Charles Fitzbugh, Esq , ofSaginaw, ason ofDr. Fitzbugh, ofthis county, actually tookplacc, and is given on Mr. F's authority: the qnestion beinn - u u,u. auu auswarea ny xur. uir- ney : "Are you in favor ofthe Present Tar i(T?" "I.am not." "Are you in favor of FreeTradel" I am." "How doyou feel pcrsonally in regard to the annexatjon of Texasl" "On this point I have never expressed m.cotf nnhlirlv. hut inv nrir.nfr. ccntt. J jrettinjf rid of, dsrery l" Mr. Birney ii now, or has recentlT beeo iu inis Ticmriy, ana .trto. rumors in rela tion to his.secretly wishing the success ofthe Locofoco party, correspnnd with that which we have given ibore. And it is believcd his inission is connecteJ with some movement designed toaid election of Mr; Polk., , ' . Wilt AVhig abolitionist,who 'are hones tly and conscientibusly oppesed to the annexauon ot i exas, and the extension and perpetuation of slavery, vote for Mr. Birney ifhehas, asis now believed, be- trayed tliem on this all lmportant lssuel an issue betwecn Liberty and Slavery. jlt cannot be that they will Livingt on Co. Rpublican. From the Boston Timcs, Bcc. 26, 1844. fjy Sand's SARsArARiLLA. The ex traordinary success with which thisprep tion meets is a proof of its excelencc. The faine of it is daily cxtending itself in a Iarce circlc. and cases ofthe most remark- able r.urcs nroduced hv its iisr arp. r.nn. stantly coming to our knowledge. Un- sHcited testirnonials in his favor.from the , - , . , . ,. ,, ' iii!xiiL'bt ana most rcnaoie sources are pouring in upon the proprietors and ren- EXTRACT OF LUNGWORT. THE OXLY CURE FOR CONSUMPTIOK" AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. The Qnestion Settled. Ainorp tlie inuitituile ol modicincs and cure-alls' uhic'i arc djilv pi Irrj i d ofl unon thc unEusnrctins, pcoplu so oltt n tret disappo'u tcd H:at tn'V Inrniy Know nat to bclicv ally invaluahl : m(!icinu isfirst introduccd M tl,c co;niniiliily .I.m:.":'." liicli we now brinj boforo j, ,jUl",he maiurin- of ycars of reflcclicn.on compouiid uot invcntcu iu a of nilurzllr wea't constitutiin OR. LMJOU'S VKGETABLE LU.VG WOllT is.orthemo5t txtranrdiniry natur in i(j op rtatinns up.in tbe systctn. It takca hold ofthe compUint at cnce, and no inatter lioiv loii; the pulmnnary or consuraptivepatlruilusbccn BufiVriiie, if.theconJ'uion iof Ihe lunjs arc ucli as not tn bs abolulely incurablu, Ihe Lut-t- woil will cradicat" evsry syroptora of disrann from tlio body, reslorin one as it ivrre aga:n to life. For tliin rcason, pcople who have pul nonaiy complaints dhould cjrefully sclcct thil remnly at rrnsT -.vhich viill curc if thcre canbsacure. Th Luu'wort wi'J do tliis. if healtli is t be r"sloird : and thc proprielor heitates v.ol lo my it is the sifest mcJicinT in tlio wotlil forlhosa'tranbleJ with ouciis and colJs, bronchilis, ichcoving cough, n sht ., ii ,? r . .., jnr.., r j.f; r ,:, ,; i;r ;, ,,n. m4;nf,f J J "t -J r rerr An. Wc hcve not roim to publ'sli thc numcroui cetlificatea of cur!, but all are relcrred to a m'ilical pampblct to bo Lad pralis ofany ofthe AS'n23;ly C. J. ROOSEVELT, Sole Proprictor, 27 Broadway, Albanu. W. P. Russel, .Middlebury, F. Huntington, Vergennes, G. W. Parjielee, Brislol, iVlusical 'j'uitiou. Phno Fortk Orcn and Siscg. - rrrM. PEASE, Professor and Tcacher ofthe w faciceuce j.nd l'racticc of Mastc iromme f.il.'f. acuatatsi'heitize vJJjuyXt Professorof Jlusicto thc Troy CouferenceAc- caaeiny vesi rouuney, respccuveiy gives no- tice that the ncxt qoartcr of tuis insiuuiion com- r..v .-s 1 1 , .... i , ... ... thc price is liicd at teu dollars so that persons wishing to obtain a linished JNIusical cducation lareeCUics t0 obtaia -,he 'Vc ata ' aterei- penjc. Tue subscriber having reccived bis ilu- sical Education ofTyears in the city of London under severalof the brst JVIasters. and been an ins,reclorof Music upwards oftS) years in this Country and h.urope warrants hun m sajmg to all wistiins his inilruclions in the scieHce that they will jeceiveathorouSh Musieal educauon oa cienuUcpnnciples. Mp P ,rnT,,,i , ,,A-M who wish tobecome teachers that he has alrcady "".,c.u.,uU.u,Ii.5u;u iiicm wjin mcrauic " ",T'"r. " ZZn- U "f Kucu lu lur mvw ,n the most nourisnincondiiion. Thfi Fac- , Tm,fnmn West Poultney, 1814. JM. a. All the .Moaem operas now performed in New York aie tuught by the subsciber. XEW-YQRK GRAXD ACTION PJAXO FORTES. Wit. Pejbe late from New Ydrk, rcspectfully announces to the Musieal World aod the public in generai, tnat ne is receivicg a spienata assort- mentof thecelebratedGrandActronPiacoForii.s 1 (olCase woodand Mahosany) construct'edonthe " uncqnalicd in brilliancv dCToze. fiaessofTouc'b,anJ perfectness of Machanism, and warranlea to enaure tne cxiremcs oi ctimate in ihis Country. uiarianos laitenm eicnanse, TCjnn Fortes tuned. Piauoorte wareroom, iv. rouuuey,neauy opposite tbe Academy. t Tl n Ths above Instraments have received 4 First Premiams (Gold JIeda!s) atthe American and Meebanics Institutes,Nc,w York, tbr theaEST Tosc, Toccn 6V FiNisn, and.lhe subscrifeer can refer rersons to sevefal renllemen .wlio have Fur- chased bfhimdnring the last fiVe ycars. The above idstrnments willtesold aslow as. can te purchasedin New-Yorlr, therebT'sivingeipensc or rransportiuoo, ana variantea lor i year, NEW G00DS Arrival No. 2. THE subscriber is this day receiriog his 2d Fall anrl Wi'nt.fir Goorls. purchasedata great d.'connt from September priees, which heis determined to sell as low as the costof KOods purchased in the carh- part ofthe fall lv;ii n i r.. .-,r i . i ...... iiiujuuuii tsiiu iui jwuiKito r There is no humbug in this I Mauy styles of huw U4ic laiicu auicc uic iuiuuic vi ocpiciuucr, from 10 to 2.) per ct. Having purchased a large KPll. in nrrltr tn i.nn.a rF liie immAnCA cinL- nf IU 111 JLnJU VI. uk. .... 1" U11U w. r. W. lULLli. Cornwall, Nov. 12, 134-1. MJ G00DS. The subscribers are now receiving from Boston a largc assortment ofdry goods con- sisting in part ofthe followiug articles : Prints, a great variety; Crape de Laines, cashmcre de Ecosse, M. de Laines, Parisiennts, clpaccas, Mczonans, Caroline vlaid, ridi Gala do., Scotch frmr- hams, silks, cap and bonntl ribbons lich stylcs, damaskJigUTedshaicls, strip'd taglione tlo., JudinboTO co., Uhene irooi do., Urne do., Vaspea do., salin, plaindnd fringtd telreti. printed andeoloredjiannels, black and fancy gimps and Jnnges, black sukjnngc, curtam, do., mitts, glotts and hosiery, edging, foot ings. A large lot of Tahle Covers. L. C.handkerchicfsAinen ImcnAaditscTavats, andhdkfs. mbb braces, foundalion, pins and needles, alpacca apron and cracatt, morten, burlaps,brovn and bhachcd sheetings and shirlings, Umbrcllas, ticking, crash, drill,huc abac towcls, trareling baskcls, tcorstcd, girdles Caledonia soeks, arc. vc. -yc. ALSO Groceries, Crockery and Harthvare. (ff'Calland examine. 14 PECK Sc FLOWER. Middlebury, Sept. 2, 1844. TAILOUS TIUMMINGS. The larges as sortment of Tailors Trimminss in thecoun ty, forale by Bnow.v &. Sheldon. LA'J'EST AJND RICHEST STYLE. Ritli Camdion Stripe Silks. do do do Plain vnriouscol'rs. Htavy Blut andBluc S'k do. Bcaulifnl Ribbons a great variety. Eztra Fine Silk Warp Alpaccas. Cameleon, Fig'd and Plam Alpaccas, TJich Style and at very low prices. Medoria Plaids, Tiesans, Crape Chusans Sf Victoria Slripes some very rlcgitnt. CashmcTC, ftluslin De Laines and Prints, in great variety. superior to anything ever nclore in tuis- tnarKet. Ladies llich Velvtt & Satin Craxals, are amnii" thc large and txtensire slock of iYirtc Goods nowoptning by A. FRAKCIS. Oct 14, 1844. LLr'Goods arc Lower. Thi. T.ni pcf fn!imn: nnrl slvlp of irnnds for Ladies Drcsscs, and Cloaks, with trimmings, ninchchcaperthau ever before kuown now opcningby, A. FRAXCIS. Cods Fallee INNEWYORK. . TrWitliin ashort time,soods have fallenoff very mucil in pnce, 111 uuusirijuuucc wmcn, A. FRAKCIS has bought at rcry low priees with casb, a large stock of Roods of almost every kiud.andstylc, which he offers lower than ever. OctBlcr, lbi 1. SOMECHmGKEW!! IRA STEWART is now receiving a dioice assortment of FAXCY SzSTAPLEDRY GOODS, Amon2 uhicli will bc TuunJ, FicM aml i'Uin Alpac cas lllackandClue IHk, Alpinta Plain, and Fac cv De Laincn (of a new anj benutiful tle,) Crape anil Cushtncrc Ue Iaines AffiislanLatres,Nice and clnap rrnits, &c. &c. &c. riato and I-anry Cassimcre. Silk, Satin and Fanci Vctinz, (some tery nicct) Shecting, SlurtiiigstTickings, FUnncIs Frockinffji. Kliawls. f ntcel Uonnet Velvet and Rib- boni &c. cc.t toetberwith a good nortnent of llardware, OrroccncSj lron3 Nails and Salt, Which were bought low and w:Ilbcsoldatpricef lo sutt purcliafers. Call and cxnmine bcfore purchasing elseuhcre. Sept. 13111,1544. TIIAT our friendi fromabroad roay liaTC an c Iqual chance wiih those who have been wntching thc arrival of our large slock of GOODS, we would an nounce that e are now receiving, and opcningtho Largest Stock of Goods crer bcforc uirered by ns whicli will l sold for pay, a clieap, ifnolcheaper tlian atany Store in tne County,without enumcrating a. few leading articles -whirli cvcry mcrchant keps, soffice it tosay, tliat tbe Stock u iatendeJ to incluje erery article callcd for bv our customcrs ; tlie higliest pricc paid for cvery kind'of prodace. WUIGHT BUSII. Shoreham, Oct. 10, 1S44. A TREMENDOVS 1ASS MEETIN&, OF all political pariics will be held at the Post OfTice building in Cornwall, every week day until along time aftcr the Presidential Elec tion notin discussing thc meritsof their scveral candidates, but in being astonbhed at ihe quan tity viewing aud admiring the various stylcs & qualities wondering at the cheapness, and pur cbasing Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and llardware, yc. Sf'c, from a stock that has just been bronght into the Elac;, consistingof cvery article that is used a out thepcrson.in thehouse, oron the farm, at nrioc nc Mnnftt fil to snit thc closest bnv- ers. Thesc goods are all just from New York, fresh and new, they were selectea witn tne great csicareand attcntion eipressly for the inbabi- tants pt this town and vicinuy. 1 have not time nor space to cnumcrate tne ar ticles and priees, but snffice it to say, I have cal icocs and cottons from the lowest, up to a little highcr and ranch Finer: in crockery and glass ware, from an carthcn mut-pan to a Uma bowl, inclusive. Another new teature Tn thi? esiablishment is that it is to be condacted upon the Ready Pay Syslem, so that castomers when tbey leave,the.s(orc with their purchases, will fAl m rnvin their in their minds and not be harrassed with the. thought "how shall I payfor thesettungs."' r.o. cenignci raarncipii'.c given for all lrindsofprodnce and the lowest ta- ken lorall Itinas ot ;oons ooogni. I'CnmeklntiDrn and 1 owosmen, come one, ecime B'l-' ancUook in upon I. C. WEAD, Cornwall, Qct. 1844. I.W.BARST0W, TEACHER OF MIL1TARY BANDS. MlDOLEBDCT-, Vt. ,N. B. Farticutar, allenlion paid lo the selec- tion of Musieal Inslrumcnts. riAPER Hangings.ji large itock, just t rec'd and onered.iow ny .MJ h 1.84- A-FRANCIS. CASH STORE rTfllHE subseriber havins purchased Ihe stock of Goods reccnily owned by W. S. Jonso:r, has received from Wcw lork a rich and well selcctcd assortment of Fall and Winter Cousistin? in part of n great variety of Cloak & Dress Goods, Among which will bc founi Thilel Cashtneres, JVhile, Red and Ycllow Flannels, Collon Flannels, Check'dSfFisttr'd Lustres, Coll'n-icarpAlp'c- cas, Bleach Cottortf, Irish Linens, Ilighland Shaicls, Vehet for Bonnets, S'dk-icarp do. Rich Mtislin de Laines, Cashmcre de Cosse, Plaids forchildr'ns IJrcsics, Gimps t( Fringes, Gents Wool Gloves, BVkllal. Cracais, Cassimeres, K Vcttings, Comforlers, Worsted Mitls, Jf'ristlels, Colored Cambrics, Diapers, Tallt Srcads. Boys do. do. Ladics crarals Cords and Binding:, Vehet Ribbons. Tickings, Suspenders, And n coniplcte assortment of Coat and Gvercoat Trimmings. Which will be sold clicapcr than cau bo bought clsewhcrc. ALSO Bonnct Ribbons and Artificials. Of cvery variety and style, togcther with a good assortment of Groceries, Crockery, Paints and Uye-btulls. Thc above Goods will bcsold cheap for cash or ready pay only. 27 Nov. 2, 1S44. AUSTIN JOHNSON. Liime I JLimo ! The subscriber has rccently manufacturcd and hasonhandandforsale at reasonable priccs at Larrabees Point in Shoreham, the very urst qual ity of Lime. Alsc, forsalethe far famed Eagle andPrc- mium Ploughs from Blakes at IPhitc Hall. C. V. LARRABCE. Shoreham, OcL30th; 184 J. ' 27.3.W. Tavern Stand FOR SALE. THAT very valaable tavem stand owncd and occtipied by the sobscriber in Rochester villatrc. where lncct thc tumpike roads from Middlebury and llmndon. Thc accommodations arc good, and the concen tran'on of travel such as to make a desirable pur cbase for those who wish to cngage in a public housc. If money is paid down, it will bc sold very cheap. Bntif a part is pai.l down, ro.ison abletimeof payment for the rcmainder will be given. JOIIN TRASK. Oct. 17lh, 1941. 23 MIDDLEBURY IURIA0 (REBUILT.) J.TONWEIGI1T infornis the public thit hc has rc-built the nhnvu tvorks latcly ilestroyeil by lirc, nnd lliat lic is now preparcd totupply his old cutomcrs with all kind.sof Stoves, Hollow-Warc, Slcigh Shocs, Plouglis and Plough Irons, from tbe same Pattcrns ns have hccn in usc in tlnssection for twcntv veaH. JMiddlcbury, Uct. 23th, 184 1. 2u t.l Cash paid for Osts at.his old stand ncar thc Oridse. J. WAINWRIGHT. K0TIGE. Thenotes and accounts of V. S. Johnson, having been assigned lo me, settlemcnt may be made with me at the room over the Store formerly occupicd by said Johnson, if atten- dedtosoon. Middlebury, Oct. 7, 1844. AUSTIN JOHNSON. A Word to Farmers ! AN "all safiicient"quantity of prodnce wanted iuch as Wheat, Com, Oats, Rye, heese, Bulter, live Geese feathers &c., for which thc highat price will bcpaid in exchange fur Goods, at the vsry Unccsi pnce, oy bOIX 00 r LU W tK. Bibbons and Artificials just received by Oct. 25th PECK & FLOWER. LATESTand B8ST. BR0W& SHELDON. Have iast received from Boston, the largest, BKSLAIPSSIP & assortment of cloth, cassimeres, vestings and trimmings, ever ofleredfor sale ia town, togelher with a gen erai vanety of staple lmv Uoods, uaocsates, Sx. wnicn wui oe soia uueip lor uisn. Oct. 24 th, 1811. TTIURS. Buftalo robes, Fnr and Fur trSamed X Caps, Mons, Boas, &c just teceived by OcLStth, 1811. BUOW.N & SHKL,UOI. CLOTHS. English, French, German and A inerican Bearers, Pilot cloths; English, American, French and German twilled and plain Broadcloths, Docskins. ficeblk Cassimeres, Ves tings &c. &c. just received by Oct. 1SI4. ' Baows & Sheldon. Cloths, Cassimers, &c. - Bread Cloths, Cassimeff, Vestings and Trim mings ia every rariety, cheaper than ever before offereil, at T Sept. 33th. 1344. BIRGES. Itooni Paper. OOOO Pieces Room Paper xrith Bordersto match ix HIRGE'S. SepulSth.ieM. CASTINBS. Just Reccived. 13 pieces silk an'd cotton-wnrp ajpnccas, .10 ps. cashmcre decasse, rich Pcrsian bro- cadc chsbinere, crape and tnusliti de lauics, 10 ns. fisurcd and changahle tetnandrias, ealenas and uarriiseiinas, 24 rich winter sbawls, 12 cashnierc winter shawls, 21 High.'and do. 0 doz. gimps and fringes all wedths and colora, 50 ladics girdles, 6 ps. rich winter bonnct ribbons, 6 doz.win ter artificials, G iij. boutt velvets all col ors. P. "VV. COLL1NS. Nov. 12, 1341. Caps & Ftirs. 10 doz. men'd and Boy's caps. consistimr of otter and fine seal, otter nttlria and fitch trinmled tnuffi', boas and buffalo robes a superior article, for .ale by P. V. COLLINS. Nor. 12. 1S41. Coinmissioner's Noiicc. We, the subscr.bers. beiug appointcd by the Hon. the Probate Court forthe District of Addisou Commissioners. to receivc. e: nmine and adjust all claimsacd demands of all pcrsons, nsainst the estatc of EUKNEZER SUMNER, lalc of Middlebury, in said District, deceased,aLd also all claims and demands exhibitcd m ofTsc: thercto : And C months from the 17th day Octo bcr, 1811, being allowed by said Court tbr liiat purpose, we do thercfore hereby give rotice tlnt we will attend to the bosiness cf our said ar pointmcnt, at thc dwclling house of widow of ihe deceascd in said Middlebury, on thc first V.'ct". ne.-davsof January and April 1813, from nine o'clok, A. M.,uaUl four o'cloct, P. M., on cach of said days. Ozias SETiiocn, ? colnm:ss;ous Wji. Dewky. S Dated at Middlebury this 2Gth d.iy of Oc tober. ' 2S Administrator!s Sale of Refd ESt&tB. In pursuance to an ordcr ofthe r.-ob.He Coimfor the District ofAdhson... I .hall of- , r , i, . . i ,, o i ferforsaIe aiAnctio:iatmyilwclhnsiii Sabs- bury. on fcaturday Ihe 30th day of iW.inst., at one o'clock in the afteruoon, ihe followiu- real estatc of HOLLAND W.NOYES late of Salisbury dcccased towit: tuolotsoflaml sitttatcd in Cornwall containinj sixty-nne acrcscach, boimdcd .North liy isoiidand Jaucs land. East by Oltcr Creek South by Swifu land. and cne other lot of sixty oue acrcs, eit- j ualcd iu Salisbury, boundsd west by Otlcr Creek, south by J. M. Wecks' Iar.d, east by Wm. Novcs' land and north bv Flavel 51. i Ueach's land. Likcwise a few articles of per- soual property such as an ox cart, 2 ynkc3 ' 'c. .S-c. toctlur wilb about 15ton of hay ' :.. !, v.L- .;nil n ih,. U. Pnrnn-nll. 'IVrm nf i.'avment made kuntvn at the time I ' najmcnt made kuown at the time 1 iv...... f..n of sale. M.wui.iuiu.i .uii.Lir.ik, ttuitn. Salisbury, Nov. 9, 114. 2S JSlra7cd or Stolon. From thc cnclnsurc of Saufonl Parl.s.on or nbotitthc 11th inst.n Krown Horscwilh' n hhott tail, !upposcd to be atiout 15 ycara ! old. with rin.bonn on forc ibot. and nue ; hind one with finnll star in hU forchcml. ; Thc finder will plpnsc inforin me liv lctlcr : or otherwiiio nt Bridport Post Office. Oct.S0tIi 1811.26 W.U HOVVE. FE"AE.RI?A1( OF RICH AND FA5HI0NABLE GOODS. Justrecched by A. Clwnman tf Son. Thc ben e- Icctedaad chcapeet etock of goodietftr oITnrtxl iu Uiis vicinity. Sccll as Mous de Laines Cashmires Richfigurcd Luntttat Chamelion AJfghans Aluaccas Ac. iW. Crape de Laines, of the most btatttiful ; . . i j r r .t 7 siytcs 7ia pirjcci juuricns, ALSO all stylcs of vclccls, silks and Ribins for ! Jjadics nals. For gcntlcmcn' s ircar,liraadeloths,Cass imcrs, J)orskins, Iicavcr Clolhs, Vestings, Stocks. Cravals, yc i 1 1 . . r .11 .1.- Manding articles in nlncli o dcali lir rctofore and . fine avarielyas can Le fiund i i any Siurc in ttiis til- l.i;s articniir. Wc tliall elIuurgooJ cc.-ip.at pri - ccnwidiubicliwctruit cuaiomers wi!I licfully katii - CeJ' , r-rnPMW arM A. CHAPMAN.&aOI,. M.ddlchury.Octih.lfev AD.MI.NISTRATOKS SALE OF REAL AU, PERSONAI. ESTATC In purstnnce tr tlie (.rdvr of llic Probate Court fur . thc district of New Ilaien.tlic u:n!crtigni-.l Aduiinir- 1 (mtnr rili t.ti. i ff n!b linilprs Ijle ofNeu: 11.' reain aid JUlrict dcreaied; Shall ecll at rnblic ' ancc.has lccn this day dUsoUed by mutual con auctiun 011 ihe Dlli dayof .Nov. 1311, at 10 oVluck in ycnt. the foreroon loihe lngliest bidJcr at tlie dweiling Iioiicenf naiil (iercateil ; consn-iinjf.i aiiout iujacre of land, with a Iiooc aml two Inrnj lliercon, a E'wdorcliard.ncll lirobcrcd anj watereil, iliiatcd onwlutisralled Millitreel, lieing thc fuuih rt mr. r.f.r.t 'pv Iltfn. rlie iireiiiinL-i is tfmMeel f n part ofsali.. New Ilaen. lUc nreini is tuhjeclio a mnrl?n"con uliirli is wv due 9S07Slu'ftioiii3s Ilalcl and ivill l Sold iuujert to ta J i.non;:igc nd I being rentcd until ihe I.t ilay of Apiil 1813. Al.o ! uillljcsold at tlie sasic tiuic ar.ililacc all lheft-r- lonal eitate of iaid ileceaseil not befure dif poed of. MANTKCD C. FOOT. Admin-1 NewII.rcn, Octubcr 12i!i, 1S41. ii.tnt'r. Ladics Altention. Just receitednndforfalcat tl:c Auctionand Com miss'onitarea great TarielyofFallnnd Winter joods fni thcLnlies consiti in partof CIitMiinv, Alpae ca Liutrc", lll.irknml Col'd rijr'd Aljiacras, Indi anna Caslimcre, n lieautifal article fr Cl,i.ks, Uqi, Cashmcre 5 iMu-lin Delaines, lSe-.iaiful Prints, Sliawls&c &c. l!ease call and csamine befure purrlns'ng else nhere. Z. BUCKW1TII, 4" CO. Scpt.23, l&H BEOW & SHELDON DEALK.r.S I.V Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods and Groceries, MIDDLEBURY. Vt. Georce 31. Broxv. JLtRMON A. SIIE1.D0S. Statb of Vcr.Mo.iT, ? District of Addison, ss. $ lin it reinerobereil tlMtat a probate conrt holdeD at Shoreliani in and lor llie dJ.trict of Addison, onth i dyur",.r,,,,!lr,,.A. P: . Polly Wrignt and illiarot , rignt admiaislrators lcfdio estate l hte of Leicester in aiJ IJistrict dccearcd, raake application to raid court to liate tlie lime allonred tlieni for tlie pavmcnt t( tlie debts of said dcceated, extrnded one vear from thc expiration of tlie time herctofore liuiilcJ by saia court: it i uirrelore or dered, lliat said appficalioD bc considereil at a tcss inn r.r,id court. to be lield at tbenOire of the Uez- istcr of said courl in Sliddlebury, i.i said District 0nTl.urdnylhe2l5tday ofKoTemberA. D. 1S4I, at onr o'clock in the .fternoon, and that notice thercofLeRiventoall persons intrrrsted, that lliey maj appcar and make their objections,il any the may have, 10 the said time being granted, liy pnb ieh'og a certified copy of this ordcr in lb Nortliern Galaxy, a newspoptr printed at said Jl id dlebary, "ihree neeks successiiety prtTiouj 10 tb time oi Jiid Court. J S BitshneU, Reg. A tructopy of Record. Atteit JS Butinell, Re&sicr. 22, PROBATE KOTICES. STATE OF VERMONT, 1 District of Addison ss. ( Be it rcmembercd, that at a. probate coart hcld at Shoreham, in and for the district cf Addison, on the 21st day of October A. D. 181 1. Kancy McNanna. camed exccutriz in an in strmnent purporting to be last will cnd lesta mcctof THOJ7AS McNANNA late cf.YIiddlebury, in said districtdcciaed, prejents ths same for probate: It is thcre fore ordcred, that the said lnstrumcnl be examin cd for probate at a scssicc of said court to te bcld at the oflice ofthe Rcgister cf saiJ court in Mid dlebury onThuisday the SlstdayNorcmber neit, at one o'clock intkealternoon: And tbatnoiice thcreof tegivca to all pcrsons intcrestcd, ihzt they may appearand make their cbjections, ifsnr they may have, to tbeprobate and allowanee of said will, by pullishing a certlficd -copy of Ihis order in he Nortcern Galair, a cews paper printed at iliddlenry in said di&trict thrce wceks succcssively pievious to the time cf said coart. J. S. Bushnell Reguler. a truc copy of record, Atiest J. S. Bushnell Regis'.er. 25 Statc of Vermont, ? District of Addison. J Ee itremcmbercd, that at a Probate Court held at Middlebury, in and forthe District of Jddison, cnthe 12ih dayofOctoberA. D. 1814. Jifan-AnnDow, administrairix ofthe cstate of NANCEY G1LEEUT, late of Granville ia the state of Icdiana de ciascd, presents hcr pctition in writing to said court, pravinsr tor liccn.'e to scl! the rcal estatc cf i tbe said dcccased; and thcrein s?! lbrth the ehar- gesofadmimstration, thesuaatiiTi aml vsineoi . ,j,c sa,a rcai cstatc and that thc heir3 of said cs- j tate are minors under the age of x;ven years, re- siding out of this state, and thr.t it is Eeeesaryto sell the said rcal cstate for thc ' ::rrof e of pay- ' ing the cxpenscs of administratia : nd lle sup I poitofsid minors, and that il wcuM be ft:i the I ltiteicsiof said minors that tbe same actld bc j SSSnJSSfflS.oSK bc held at the clSce of Ihe Resitcr of this court h? said jliCdlcbury, on Thursday ; ihe :21st day cf , ?n,vb.er "X'i ?i ef tcIoiloal,' 'and that notice thereor ce g:;cnto a I perns , imcrc5ted th3t ,kc..; m!!y2pa r xzA do their 0''ecai.n, if any they raay have, 'o said license lic'nggrantcd, by pnmishinga ceuificd crpyrof I this ordcrin thc Northern Galazy a ncwspaper , printed at said Middlebury three tticVs srcccss- 'veiv previoxsto tne time oi stj.. .rar. J. S. BUSHNELL, Uegistor. A true copy of Record, Attest J. S. IIcsiineh. Iegistcr. 5 HW NOTICE. THE Subscriber hating opcncd an OIHcf f.r trantanion of J.iw bu'n."s, wouM iufuiia tUw I ullictlui bo uiltLc ready to wait upon a!l !i inav liavc ocuion f r hij nrofmiorral terticrt at '' OZic oytr the Slore of Ira Stewatt Es. offitc 0Ter the ?tore ofJt" S:' few doors outh Ie Post Oflicr, r(T,n;nv T? iVPirnT Mi,Ul bury lan. 8. 1344. Tacklc Blacks. One pair hrae s i a iimcfier artisle. fur .! Vj a. rRAxaa. ZEl'IIYR all colors, sold by irORSTEDS. Broicn tf Sheldon. Dissolution. Tln Firra ofRnssel nndGridlcy is this day disiolved by mutual consent. The Ilool.s aud accouuls will be fouud with W. P. Rusicl nt tha old stand, whcre all iudcbted to tho lal firin. are requcstcd to call and bdtle at tbe carlicst possible pcriod. W.P. Rosr.u II. C. Okidi.lt. Middlebury Oct.lStb. 1344. SnitrSa!'. ! 500bushf!sTurks Island S.ilt 1000 Coarso VVes'.ern do 00 Barrcls Wcstcrn (ino do 300 B.ig Wcstcrn Dairv do. For Sale by WIUtiUT & BUll. Pir.c K0,000 Fiist quality Pir.e Shiiigles f ir ?alc by P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, Cct.ll, 1S4I. I bis W 10 certifjr tlut l have given mr , C0I1 Ccorge V. his time, until hu eha.l . becomc nt ihe asc of-21 years, nnd shall ! pay no dehts of his conlrctin? aftcr lhi j datc, nor c.tact nny Cf his Wnges. ALi'ttEI) E. NlCJiOLS. Rli.ldUburv.Nov.Ut. 1(314. 27. TIi- narincrsl.iD herctofore existirc beiwcen thc subscribers ofthe firm ol" Myre and Eevcr- I 'fhe baMr.eis will l e conlinned at tbe oM star.d Jcrcmiah Jlyic, with whom allnoter . ci( co tn,j- lwiiir.mn" to ihe firm a'e to te lef f r aJ- ;,,..-. jY i!rnl iLat thev huul, cl It is dcsircd Ibat Uiev huuU :.o e. iica 'iihoni dclar. JEKEMIAW JIYRF.S' ' ' ' K j.-i'ra a -f;p Middlebury, Oct. UOib. 1811. t r Particular Toticc. i The copartr.crship herctofore nisting ur-'-r ts . firm of Uuntlcy & HiggiES is this day by t arul couscnt dissolvcd. i All persons ccnccrncd are hereby no;i6"d t :t ! an imrnediate settlemcnt and paymeatwheie i t'e ' isnot onlrgrantcd LmiicsT and siiit.1. lch-J Thc totes and accounts (whcn otliornotii.c i cot , given) aie in the hands of J. V. Hanlle , at thc old stand. : DO YOU UTJDERSTlItD. J. B. UUNTLEY ! Salistcry, Oct. 10th, 1841. 7 Cashmcrcs, &c. Crape Mus. D. Lain, Cashiccrs, Pariiienct, Bambasins, A Ipiaes ic., at Sept. lth, 1811. BIRGErS. fcJtraycd From the pasmrc ncar the pawr mill In 'Wey bridge, Oct. Jd, a bright Red COW, with tb ends of her homs sawed ofT, ar.t' a iiule bronnijh about the hcad. Said cow is shont clcves yesis old. Whoever will give information -where said cow may be foond, shall be rcwar-'.ed. S6 Middlebury, Ocl29, 1511. W. D. FARR. SV PER I O RCa mphcae Linsced acd Lan.p Oil, Copal Varnijh, "White Le.-d, and Gtess fur sale at tbe cte-p Cash store of VM STEnWRT. New Book Store. h. vr. C L A II II . is now lecoiving and has fir sn'e at the green store recen'ly occupicd b J. B. Wil son, ono door east ofJ. M. Slade&co; a ccneral nsoitment of Classical Schooi Books, togcther with a select assortment of Jliscellaneou! and religious works,Statiuii ery &c. Also tlie publicnlions ofthe Masi S.t Soniety, Doctrintl Tract3 scc. &c. Sabb..tli Schuols in the vicinity can he supphcd uc the same price which they aro procurcd at Boston. Those who are desirous ofsup plying- thomselves with tbo publicatiotw of the D . Societycan do it at the usual priees of 10 pages forone cent. N. B. Books ofall discriptioas at Bcston and New York priees. Middlebury, Not. l!