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Those a mSl ma,iiJn inflUC-nCe M , inJs of thousnnds who othcrwise could Kiice,Uovo,elorMr Fish Thw Triumph in the 'Empire State ivill chccrihchearlsof the Whigs throughout thcUnion. It U a Eublime conclusion ol llie feries oftriumphs which the Whigs havcso recently achievcd. It will animate the Whiffs cvery where to continueil ctrort, untu llic Union is rsdeemcd ! ONE HUNDRED GUNS Wcre fired to-day, in hnnor of the RE DEMPT f ON OFTHE BMPIRE STATE under Ihodirec.ion of Capt Vxn Valkeji bubch. ofthe -Rouon axd ReadyV Twen ty five were ndded for Whig viclones else where. 'Peace, too. hath its victorics.' Richmond Enquirer. Ycs, peace hath ita victories, rcsponds the WheelingrTimcs Thcre is the Whig vir.tory in Ohio. Tht Whig victory in Pennsylvania. The Whig victory in Georgia. The Whig victory in Maryland. The Whig victory in Maine. The Whig victory in New Hampshire. The Whig victory in Floridu. Ye., peace, too. haih its victuricc The Whig victory in New Jerscy. The Whig victory in NEW YORK. Allany Evcning Jo'irnal. MEMBERS OF CONGRKSS ELECTED. WHIGS 22-LOCOS 12 WHIG GAIN 12 ! sl Dist. 2.1 ': 3d " 4th " 5th " Cth 7lh ' Slh 9lh " JOih " lllh ' 12ih " 13'h " l4th " 5lh " lCth " 17th 18th 10ih " 20ih " 21it " aad 23d ' 2llh " 2jth " 26ih ' 27th " 23th " tr.)Jh " 3uih 3M 32d 3M " F. W. Lord, (.Loco.) H. C, Murphy, (Loco.) ire'nry Nieoll, (Loco.) Wm. B. Maclay. (Loco. F. A. Tallmadge. ( IV. gain.) D. S. Jackson. (Loco.) Wm. Nelson. (V gain.) Coro's Warren. (W gain ) D. 13. Si. John. ( gain.) Eliakirn Sherrill. ( W guvi ) P. H. fvIvcnitT.Ohisr-; Gi.Iron Rcvnolde. (Whig.) John I. Hinirerlnnd. (Wgirw.) O. ICellogg nV'W S. Lawrcnce. (Loco.) Hugli White. (Whig ) Gco. Pctrie. (1ml) ! Wm. Collins, (Loro.) O. Iliiiigfrfunl, (Luro.) T. Jenkitis, (Loro.) G. A. Starkwealhcr, (Loco.) A. Hirdsall. (Loro.) Wm. A. Dtir.r, W gain. Danlel Gotl, (V gnin.) II. S. Cong.T. (Wgain.) W. T. L:irenre, (W gain) Jnhn M. IIiilIev.(WRaiti.) K. B, HohncaJ Whi;-.) Mit. L. liofc, (Whig. ) D.ivid Ilumscy, l W gain.) Dudh-y Marvi'n, ( W hig.l NJlC. Hall, (M1i2.) Harvev Puttiam, (Whig. ) Washington Hiint. ( iiig.) 31th 'i'UU ihows a WHIG GAIN ol 12. I lirrc tnaybe s imc little dtiubiaboiil the 30lh Dit. uict. Acordin" to tlic hrt inlbrmntioii be liire us, weare of oimnuii th.it onr Congrers ion.il Di-li-rntini willlaiiil Whig 22 Lo co M I Giving Jt U. Erotn the Albany Argus. THE KESULT IN THE STATE. RrtnrnF wcre rrrciveil Inst w'ght ly Tele prapli, at iiiidnisln. Fufficieiu to indicatc llie i. Milt imhe State. JOHN YOUNG. the whig cnnimlate tor jrnvenior. ! undoubtedly elrclcii. The cx juntofhia tnajrtrisy il is'yi l i suon to t.ilo (villirrri.iintv; but it can ecarccly lc hvs ll.au 5000. " Tho proliabilitirs are, on the othcr hatul, tbat Lt. (miv. Gardiner, aiilu.l by the anli rcnt vnto ii nNoelcctet-.. Of the legi-httiv: nnd rnngrcse. c rnn fnnii nn rchable opinion a yei. The probabililies arc that Hudson, dcin. and Clowcs, whig are elcctod C.inal Cinii iuirioiiers. LATEIl FKOM NEW YORK. The rcturn! confiriii the ilection of Yolng, tlie whig randiilatc lor Govcrnor, hy a nia- jori'.y ori roin 10,000 to 12,001, GAnniNCR. demorratic licutcnant-goverr. also tlected: and ouu duuincratii: (Honsox) and tinu whig (Ciowus) Uaiml Comniissioncrs. To tho Senatc the whigs have probahly ?lected in all the diotrictB. escept the 1st, 2tl and 4th; hcingawhig gnin of 4 senainre Icaving etill a deiiincratic ti:ajority in that body ol'lO. To the Houfc, we have rrturns ivhirh (ihoiv the elcctiou ol 53 dcuiocrats and G7 whig. Six aicinbcrs tn h-:ar from, 4 of which n ill probably bc whig. Ofthe members ol ConurcsB, the dcmo crats hnvc probably clcrird 12 and the whigs 22. The pjescnt congrrsc lands 21 lcnio crats, 9 whigs nnd 1 natives. Albany Argus. MAJORIT1ES. N. York City, for Wright. Albany Co.. for V'oung, Itcnsrlacr, " " Wash'mjton, " " Ksiex, Clinton, for Wright, Massachasetts elcction dav. 4.C00 2,900 l.r?07 I 1.500 G50 occurrcd ycster- VICTORY! STILL LATER. Thc Tribune ofthe fiih givcsthe retum8 from all but 5 Coanties ; makiug a majority foryoung of 11,237! Net Whig gain, 21, 250. Congrcssional Delegation stands 23 Whltr. 7 Locos. 1 in duubt. Asseuiblv. 60 Whics, 33 Locos, J0 Anti-Renters, 22 dou'otful. IT TELKGRAril FROM BurFALO. JlficAt- gun. The Tribune has a tclegi apliic despatch from BufTalo, which states that the Whigs have bad farge gaiui in Michigan. One ide says Wayne County, Whig Clsrk knJ two membcrs of th Legislaiure. Oak l ind County, full lickct Whig a gain. Mr. CleUnd. Loco, re-elected to Congress from the latdiEtrict. WesnerandGordon.Whigs, probably clectcd. Thecilior side roports tho Loco Fnco membcrs elecled. On the whole.a large Whig j;ain,but thero delrgmion to Congrcssis duublful. THE COX3TITUTION. In our City. hy j secret movement from rammauy Hall, the Atnended Constitdtinn n badly bealen probably 20,000 majority ngamstit. There wero hardly 1.000 Loco Focn votesin ihe City in its favor. Ont ofthe Citv, wcthe.ir thatihp Onncilm. tution wsi well supported, and tbat it ii nret- ty surely carried in the State. Wc expcet majoritie against it iu ihe Countisshelow tho Hishlantls. Equal Siiffiae is of coiirji beatcn in the Mato by a large jn jniity. 7 tibun': . ...:..,:,,1ia ofJoHJi YOCNG TIE GrALAIY. MIDDLEBURY- VT. Tuesday5 -Nov. 10, 1846, CLOSE OFTHE SESSION. Tbe Legislaiure closed its session on Tucs day last. As usual, it has beei. a strictly busincss seesion and pecuharly harmonious. Onedollar and a half per diem afiords uo great temptation for dclay or for spending breath in speeches for Buncombe. From the Journal which we hare publishtd, some in dbninct vietv have been presented of the coutso of proceedings nnd thtir reults. But notuntil enquiring ofmcmbers cuuld we learn any thing definite in relatiou to the important questions agitatcd. We find in reUlion to licenses, that the law has beeiionderfiiily rcmoddoled. Conn ty Comniissioner arc no Ionfrto be choseu hv the people. The qnestion of liceoje or no licensc i to be tubmitlrd to the decision of the ballot boxes thionchout the State in March nett. If the popular voice is for h crnse. the County Court itto grant licenses to all who obtain the approbation ofthe au thority ofthe several toivns. If against li cense the same court grant licenses only for inedicinal and mechanical purposes. 5ev cral Bauks luive bf-en chartercd. The Bank of Battenkill. at Manchester; the Green Moun'ain Bank. at Bennington ; the Or nell and Burlington Mechanics' Bank, hare been recharlercd. A Bank at Brandon, a Kail Road Bauk at Windsor and tharechar trr of thr old Burlington Bank have been re. fused. Any further tpccifications are un- ... i tt i : 1. ii i nccossary. n e snaii puonsii an inn iaw rerv soon. OUR RAILROAD AGA1N. Afier passing through various phnses of altfiuate hnpe and disappointmrnt, the cer- tain Ikhv of promise at lengih appcars in tbc proipccts ofthe Rutland road. The npeech of.Mr. Derby, delirerod at the bst niccling in 801:011, exhibits tlie tiutliaiicl arsuments nhich nie ftow operating upon the people of ihat city iu its fi;vor. Mr. Edivanls, the I'reiident of ih Cheshire. and iMr. Foster, I'resident of the Filchburgh. both hilherto indifferent ifuot really hostile to the Con Ftructlon of the Rutland road, are no.v its warmest adocates. It appears from the resolutions of ihe Fitchburgh and Centrnl Railroad companics, which we thisday pub lib. tlnt the cnmpact h'nhcrto existinR b twecn the Fitchburgh and the Central has bern abandoncd hy inutiml rnnjciit. No rea dnnable inan can cpcct that this unnat ural alliuncc ivill be resuned. or a connecting link betncen tliem will ever bc constructed. This is a fact of vast importan'-c in caleula ting thf probability of success 10 the Rut land road. But it is a furlhcr fact that thir ty IiirIiIj ablt and rcspectable gcntlemen f Bosti'ii Iiave plnlgtd thcmsclvcs to raise thrSSOO.000 additinnaUum dccmcd requifite for the comiiienccment ofopcrations, and we xpoct vcrv oon 10 be ablp to announce to he piiblic th.it this sum has been subscribed. Under snch auspirions circumstancrs, what reasimable dnnbt cau bc cntertained that the Rutland ltozA will bc built 1 The in trrcst of tlic coniipcting A'oads is too poncr ful to be reMstcd. Nothing liut apathy on mr part can prevcnt the Eastcrn capitalists Irnm now pretsing forward in the comdetion ofthe grcut cytcrprisc. 1. S. Jndge Follct passcd througli tovrn from Bostou 011 Saturday, and reports that the $200,000 suhsrription rcquircd previoiis to comiiiriiciiig thc Rutland road, kas bccn nilii tilicd, nnd tliat a inectiug of thc J?nt laud Board preparatory lo placing il undrr rontract, would soou hc callcd. NEW-JEfSEY ALLOVKR WHIG. New Jeisey has nearly driven the last rcin nant of Locofocoism from hcr bordcrs. Four oiit of five Congrcssmcii clectcd. with over nhelmiii!! maiorities. We have no room for the dct.iils. Says the corrctpondrnt nf the Tiibune from New Jerscy, U'ehatesHn md the Locos ! Yuu can't coAe uitnin a hun- dred vards of i radkal this morning. llmc are you, Bobby H'alkcr ! Who is James K- pJk-r BTATE OF VERMONT. BY THE GOVERSOR. A PR0CLAMATI0K. Thcsun decliningto morc southern lali tudcs. thc fallins ofthe forest leavrs. with va- -;n mlirr innidcnts which now force Ihem selves upon our observation, rerr.ind us that the year is drawing to ils closc. And as we are everprone tobe lorgelful ofthe hand that lceds us. nnd orthc power that sustams us, it is fit that soasons should bc set apart, for tl.e special purpose orrecogntzingotiroepcn dcuce upon the Grcat "Prese;ver of men -y md ol ackr.owlcdgtng our ouhS.ihui. ,u 'who isconstantly bestowingHlsblcssingsup- nn lla in Cren umi rirli abundance. And as the incidents ol the closing year lhemselvcs invite us to reflection. therc tan be no more suitable season than thic, lor us to paitse and survey the past to rccall to mind thfc mer ciea with which the vear has been crowned, and torender our tl.nnks to him vrho is thc Giver ol thcm all. For alihough a tribute of jrratitudc should daily ariselroni evcry Tieart lorthcdailv favors bcstowed uponus.velit is proper that, at suitable timcs, we should nuhlirltf and unitcdlv exnress our jrratitude forlhebencfits wc rcccive, anu especially, for common tirivileces and cotnmon hlessings: 1 HERr.roRE, m conlormity wun a pracuce hallowed by tho usace of our Fathers I do hereby appnint THURSDAY, the 2Sih or NOVEMBER mstakt, to be observed as a day of Pubiic Thankscivroe and Praise. And 1 recommend to the people of the State, to lay aside iheir ordinary nusiuess parsuits, ana to assemble in their resnectite plaee, of wor- shin for the puri o e of there recouoting the mrrcies ofour God thefb praisin" Him for His Roodnes. aud supphcatiug the conliuu 1 anee of hn favorirc smiles and paternal carr I On that ncca.iion, ret ns Praise Him for the Goodnrss w tich has crowned tbe labors ofthe passini; year, wilh a harvcst of more than common abinidancc which has gonerally prnpered the pursuits ofour citizens m tneir various avocations aud nreserved the Peo ple of our State from lUe pievalence of was-lin- Diseaae. Let us Praise Him- for our Civil Privilegee, our Social enjoyments, and our meansof Intellectual and Moral Culture for all the Rich blcssinjs of Mind and Heart, of Home and Couutry. And, especially. let us Praise Him for that Crowniog ActofMer cy, which hasprovided a way efSalvation for ourself-ruiued world for tbat Manifestation of 1 ufinite aod MatchlrssLove which bronght the Savioi down to Earth, to "raise us rcbels 10 His Tbroue." Aud while we thtss attempt to rendef the Homage of Greatful Hearts for Favors past, let us imploro their continoance for time to come. aud ask for Grare so to Improve the bletsings we enjoy, ihat we may becomo that truly '"Happy People, whose God it the Lord." Let us remember too, in ourSupplicatious, thecouotless milliops of our race, who have nerer eujoyed tho?e Civil, Social, and Relig ous Privileges which have fallen to our lot- Let us Pray that tbese rrtvneges may ne ex- tended to allourfellow men; and. especially, that the Light of Truththe Light of Life may be diffused orer the Earth to cheer all Natiooi with its heaveuly beams. Lit us Pray Ihat injustice, Oppression aud War may cease Irom under lieaven: inai ino ureii Lav ofLove. which the Bible inculcates, mav be broucht home to evcry human heart, in all the freshness and poirei of a new revela- tiun, and exert its bcmen lafluence, untilraen sliall ceasi to be ibe tninisters of cruelty aud wrone to their fellow-men, aud shal! live to- gclher io Peace and Harmony and Love. Uivcn under my Ijand and iscal olsaid olnle, in Execntive Ckambtr. at Montpelier, this second day of Nocember, in the Year ofour Lord one thouiandtighthundredand bru- six,andof the Independence of the Vnited i,'alct the screnty-jirst. By the Governor, FuKotr.icR Bilmcs, Seerelary. Dr. Wood's Saasaparilla and Wilu Ciierry Bittebs. Wc are coimtnmly noti- cing iu onr exchanes, ccmplimentary noiiccs ol the auove popular remedy. rne lolloiv ing is from the Bristol County Democrat. Weare glad that our Taunton fricndsapprc cialc the valuablc medicinc. ( From thc Brktol County Democrat. 1 A Valuabfe iMedicine. Amongtha grcat vnriety of popular tncdicincs which arc con tinually coming beforc the pubiic therc is oc casionnlly one of rcal utilitj and' value. This U thc case wilh Dr. Wood'p Sarsaparilla and Wtld (Jhcrry iJitler, a new arlicle, nnd which nccds only to be known to find nn cx tcnsivc use. Tho mcdicinal propcrlics of the Wild Chcrjy have long been fitvorably ronsidered. Wilh grrat cffiracv as a tonic, thcre is unitcd n fcdative powcr admirnbly adapting it as a remedy in cuscs whcrc a ton ic is rcquircd, and whcrc the disease is atlcn dod with irritahility of the ncrvous Kystcm. Thc Sarsaparilla is a drugmuch in use with ihe faculty. Thc modc of its operntion is noi fully uncerstood, and it is classcd with thocc agcnts known as nlterativrs, and which have thc cfTeclto rcmnve the morbid humorB from the system, and inducc 11 hcallhful and salu tary action. Combincd with thc Wild Ciier ry, a compound is produced singularly well ivc orjrans. Bv thc opcration offthcone. the morbid nctmn is changcd uhilrby thntof thc olher thc irritation is allnycd, and tonc and vigor imparlcd to thc dcbilitatcd jiarts. As a npring nicdicine, there is, prrhaps, nono supcrior to Dr. Wood's prcpcration, while n a usrful remedy in discases resulting from dc rangcmcnts ofthe diicslive functions, thc known and acknowlodged propertics of its consti'ucntR, placcit bcyond qucstian. W. I'. KUoorjL,, Agent. ORDINATION. IMr, A. II. Cnrr. late of Andover Theo- logical Scuiinary, was ordaincd and installcd astor ol thc cliurrh in brattleboro hast, on Wcducsday t' e 14 b, - BA'IGHTON CATTLE MARKET. Mo.NDAY, NOV. 2. Al markct 2930 Cattlc, 20 yokcs working oxen, 43 Cows and calvcs, 5G00 Shccp. Boef Catile First quahtvS5.50; scrond quality 4 26 n 4 50 ; third quality $3 25 a 3 50. Working Oxen Salcs wcre nottced at 5.iO. 55 58. f3 nnd RO. Cows and Calvcs Salcs madc at il l, 10, 19. 22. 26, 30 and 30. Shcep Dull; salcs oflots at $1 30, 1 12 1 33, 187 a250. M a r r i c d , In Vcrgcnnrs, Nov. 5th, by Rev. H. T. Leavitt, Norman C. Brooks to Miss Emily A. Atwood, holh ol iVcw Ilaven. In Bristol, Nov. 1st, hy ihe Rev. Mr., Ford, .Mr. Jamcs Tuckc r 10 .Miss Pcrmclia Swcct, all of Bristol. D i c il . In Cornwall 011 the 2.1 inst., Sarah Lorin da, daughler of William and Sarah Baxtcn agcd 4 ycars nnd 7 monlhs. On the 2d insf. al the renidencc of his mothcrin Sudbury, after a short illncss Ca leb S. Haven, .iged 26 years. This afflicl ive cvent from ils tuddenncshus comc home wilh thc kcenest poignancy to the hearts of a widowcd riiolhcr and three hrothcrs and onc Fister and a widc circle of strickcn friends. fX" iV. B. One more icctk in Middlebu ry .' ".1 trorrf to the tcise is sufficicnl ! 'Secure the Shadow, Ere the Substanee fades.' MGUERREOTYPE GilLLERY, U, W, uaLUWIi tlas opcned a room No 7, Nichols Ruilding, fora short time only. where thc Pubiic can be accommndatcd wilh MINIATURES of all sizes usually takcn by this proccss. Mr, B. fcels confideut from former expcri ence and uuiform sticcess in the practice of 'he art, that he shall be able to gice trfect satisfaction. L1KENESSES takeniingtyin pafrs or groups, and done up ina ereat variety of styles.. VImperfect rLikensses altercd, By the aid of a new Uhemical process, the most splended results are oblaincd. giving to thc likeness that color aud lire-like appear ance so niuch desited, Ail work warranted to give satisfaction, or the money refunded. Instruction given ; Stock and Chemicals furnished. fjyLadiesand Gentlemen arerequested to and examine his spacimens. Cranherries and Qrnnces, In prime order, jujt rcceived simI for sale Nov. 2. by E, VALLETTE. Buflalo Robes. Supcriotir No 1. Buffaloc Robes Just re- ceived lor Sale ty a, r. uwoouc. NEWTON ACAJD.EMY. THE Wintertermof this Inslitution will commence on Mowdat the IBtb of Nov, under the instructio'n of MR. P. H. SANFORD. A. B. The Trustpes car. with confidence rscom mend the school under hiscarc to the pat ronage ot an euligh'ened pubric, believinc, from what we have wituessed at the pubiic examiaation recently held, ihat the itutruc tion under the Principal has been accurate and thoroogh. There is attached 10 this Seminary a valuablc Apparatus sufficienily extcnsivc ta explain thc most important prin ciples in Natural Philosophy and Chcmistry. All thc branches of a common Enjlish Edu cation are hcre tanght, and pareotswhn wish 10 have their sons well fitted for college, we think, may entrust ihem lo the care of Mr. Sanford with the assurance that thcy will be thoroughly instructcd in.tbe prinriples of the L,atin and Ureek lauguagcs. ilj-lioard can be obtciuedin respeciable families on reason able terms. Iu behalfof theTrustees. E. BUSH. Clcrk. Shoreham, Nov. 10. 1840. 26;3 Addison County Grammar School. The Winter Terra of tliislnstiuuion wil com mence on Thursday, Nov. 12th. Tuilion, per term, as lollovvs : Common English Branches, S3.00 Classics &. hi';her Enslish Bninches, 1,00 toattend. D. A. IIOWE, Principal. Middlebury, Nov. 3d, 1816. E. VALLETTE, now receiving. aud is prepared to ementstn purcbascrnf MTEE GOODS, His stock comprises a gc.rieral asjnrtmentof CLOTIIS. Oirercoatinic. Doeskins. Cassi- mcre'1. Vrsiings and Tailnrs Trimmings. THWET CT.UTHS and uther Cloaking, and Dress Goods forLady's. iu great vari- etv. MILLISERY GOODS. includ.ng all the fashiouable hades of ISnnnet S.mtis, Ail boiis. Artificials and Linius. MOUffyiXU GOOVS. Glovrsnnd Hos icrv. a full assortment; Shawls. Cashmere and Caulnii Crape, Scarfs. Cravais nnd Pniuts.Windaor Hoods, I'lant-N, Morerns nnd small waresiu ahundancc. DOMESTIC GOODS, in great variety of stvles and prices. GROCEMES, of superior quality, Pure bperm Uil aud 1 andles. Porter's Buminz Fluid. with a splcndid as sortment of Lnmps for Do. CROCKERY, Cbina, Glass and Stnnc Ware in any quantity; Breakfast, Dinins, Tca. Toilct and OysterSclls kc. &c. will be sold at a small advauce, and most kinds of Produce receired in paymeut. Middlebury, Nov. Uih, 1846, 28 THE MOON STILL SHINBS! Sucli bargains as icere neter beforc given. are daily made al JJIRGES.' N-.iv. 11, 184 28 6lkk YDS heavy fiua Sheelmgs aud Olr F Shirtiugs from C cts. Just rcc'd Nov. II, I84G. by FRANCIS. riAH J npwards, a l.irge stock just r'ceiAcd hy Nov. 1846. FRANCIS. riROCKERY. CIIINA c. GLASS J Waro. Nowest patterns, and at the low- est priccs, just rcccivcd by tJlAlNLlb. Nav. 1846. CHAMPLAIN AND CONNECTI CUT R1VER RA1L ROAD COMPANy. The subscribers to thc stock ofthe Champlain and Connecticut RiverRail Koad Companyarc rcininded that the thrce dullars of the first as- sessmcnt on cach sbare of aid stock. the ray- ment of which was deferred, are payable on thc 10th dayof Novcmber insta'nt. Pay ments may be made to tbe banks or agent? as heretoiorc nounca. S. 5TWIFT, Treasurer. Middlebury, Novcmbpf 3, 1946. 10.000 vards of Prints from 4 cls upwards. 3.000 yds Tlnbct Cbiths. French Me rnnsGala PJaids, Orecnn Lustrcs. Indinua Casbmeres, Paris Dam ask and Alpiucs. Alpaccasflo cts do k Warp aud good at 50 cts, 500 yds Cashmere Rcp aud plain De Laincs some for 14 ccnts, Castilian and Oregon Robes and Dre.se, 500 yds PARIS & LONDON plain nnd Twillcd GINGIIA.MS locciher withanendlesvaiietyofSHELF & DRAW GOODS, tthich are ojfered at the oldptrmanent stand for Cash. Produce or Credil at the lotrcst prices by Novcmber. 1846. FRANCIS. THE subscriber ilncs not pretctul to iny that ho ha tlio lilS&T AbSOKT.ME.M of goods'in tl.c country, nor that ho will sc ihem CHEAPF.R than can hc. botiuht in thc state; but hc offera for solc a. laigc -ariety of eoods u ually kept in a villnge store", which hc in tcnds to sell ns Iow as his ucighbors do who aredoinga legilimntc bii.-iucs nnd living by their busines.s, His only object in e ling goods is to make money, nnd thereby make a liring; hc intcndj "howover to do it honorablv, fairly, nndrby sellingat a moder ate profit. He has now on hand a larjrc quantity ofneu; DRY GOODS. GROCER IES, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, HARDWAKE&c.,antlwille.xchatii:ciheni for cash or most kinds of PRODUCE H A. SHELDON. Middlebury 30th Oct. 1S4G. 27. NOT R0UGH BUT Meadyi f Wilh n large quantity of almost EVERY THING That is wanted by customers ; call and ex amine. H. A. SHELDON. October26, 1846. 26 Iron & Stecl. Horsc Shoe Iron, Round, Squarc nnd Seroll Iron of nll sizes. Tire Iron, Nail Rodc, Stecl and Cutier Shoes for Sale Cheap by A.P. ROSCOE. New-Havcn Nov. 2d 1816, Uuflalo Robes, A stipcr cxccircnt quality just ruceived '27. II. A. SHELDON. More of that Good H1SONSKINTEA at 31 cts Coffee Salcratus Sal r oila Sup. Carh. ilo Magnesin Crcatn Tariar 8 . . 4 .. G .. 12 1-2.. 31 .. . 25 And all othcr articles of superior quality proportionahly low.justieceiveil at the old permaneat stand hy " FRANCIS. IVovetiiDer 131b. 2. NEW DRUGGIST STORE. H. A. SHELDON offers forsale a cood nssortmcnt of Drugs and Medicincs, which hnvc baen sclected, preriared, anl put up with great care. All medicines cnmpound- eil here, are under the uirection ot Doct. Z. Bass. M. D.. which is.isufficientguar anty of their genuino qualiiy. j27 Sf ONE LIME Kept ton5tantly ou band and lor sale hy the subscriber. Kiln to miles east ol Middle bury village near David Bovce.s. The Pub iic may be assuied injihe purchase of Lime al this Kiln that they will get a first ralc artirle. equal in all respccts to any iu the County and n wliiteneis lar surpassingany oiner. NELSON CHITTENDKN. Middlebury Oct. 23-1846. 27 I00DS. The subscriber is now receivinga larsre as- sortnicnt of Slaple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Croekery and Glass-U'are, Putly, Naus, iVatl K'lds, lloamllron, Cttst t Amciican Slttl trc. tfc. all of which will hc sold at small advancc from cost for cash, Produce orapproved rrcd it. H. O. S.MITH. New Haven. Oct. 16. 1S1C. NEW GOODS AT THE CASH STOKE. JUST rcccivcd bv the subscriber, a well selcctcd afsortment of GOODS,consisting in part pf Ombrestrijie brcnch Ltoamng, Plajd do. Aurora Shaicls. Brocha, do. All U'ool do. GradedRohts Shaded Cashmercs Ribbonx Alpacas Fancy Cmrats Ginghams Cordcd Skirls Fringes Canton Flannch, Cashmere and lud Glores Stc, ALSO. CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. Which will be sold at very reasnnahlc price. by U. Lt. Uci. jyitiiu. 5 Now.lan.ling at onr dock a larger stock of Fashionable MY GOODS, than evcr, and purchased thc presenl monll: logelher with our 1 tock reccived in August last. makes a larccr stock and inostly pur- chased sincc the pasiage of ihe Tarift'Bill Sc consequcntly the great dkcli.nk i markkt CC will be sold at least 2o per cent. less than former prices, will here say that wj do not ntrnd tu he undcrsold. Also, a choico lot of iGroccries, &c. &c. No person will ask a rcdtiction in priccs. Pleasc call nnd exnm iie for yourselves. Wheat, Rye and inust kinds nf ptodnce. reccived in e.xchange for Cash accounts and Goods. A.B. & R.M.CHIPA1AN. Bridport, Oct. 2G, 184C. (-ampliinc Oil. Just come in. which burn in my lamp hpttcr than any that I cvcr tisnl. 23. IL A. SHELDON- Pure Ground White Lcad. Dry Viito, nnd all kinds of Paints. Oi1, Varr.ish, &c. II. A. SHELDON 3,000 Pairs Silk Thibct Cash mere do Cotton Stockings at 10 cts. 2,500 do Glnvos and Mitts from 4 cts. up wnrde just rcccivcd by Nov.3dlSlG. FRANCIS. To All intcrcstcd. The asscssmcnis of ihc Rutland and Addi son mutual Fite Insiirancc Company for July lst, 184G in my agency, will rcma'ui in my hands for n limitcd time, after which thcy will be rcturucd to the Treasurer ofihu Com pany, Payinent can be made in my absence eiih'erat my hnnse in New Ilaven or lo Lo renzo Bixby Tellerof llieBank of Vergennes. E. 11- LANDON Agent. 15oots and Sjhoes. 2 Cascs Mens Thick Boots 1 dodo Calf do 2 do Boys Bnots 1 do Ladies Morocco Bootecs 2 do Rubber Over Shoes. For Sale by H.O. S.MITH, New-Haren Oct. 16. 1316 MTsrriTliO ys, You will find a largo assortment of Caps Plain and Fur Trimed by callins at ihe Ked Store, For sale chenpcr than the cheapest. by II.O.SMITH New-IIaven Oct 10. 184G SLEIGH SHOES. A good assortment, for sale by Oct. 19, '4G. R. L. Fullcr. HARDWAKE. A larce ajsortment of Hardware just re- ceived nnd lor saie ny Oct. 19. R. L. Fuller. DOMESTIC GOODS. A gencral assortment of Brown Sueet i.vgs. shirtings, Tickinss and Drilliogs. Al sn. Bleachcd hnc Clotha, shcetiogs and ieans, which will be sold very Iow. hy J . . . r? r ... Uct. 1'J. " CLOTHS! CLOTHS! Enflish. French nnd American, Beaver RnoAncLOTiis & CAsstsiEnES. A LAR GER and better assortment, and a greatcr variety of colors and quality, -than ever ofT ered in this vicrnity. Also. Vesiinss of evcry variety. at prices that cannot fail lo suit. 3 R. L. FULLER. Oct. 19th, 1816. D. 00STEE, ATT0RNEY A T LAW, JEJ- Office at Mr. J. Hagar-s Hrick build ditig. Middlebury, Vt. 26 TO THE PUBL1C. I JAMES LYONS of Middlebury, Addison Coonty, Vermont ;Admit, thatapair ofBoots were taken by myself from thc store of J. M. Slade & Co.. on the 7lh day of Oct, 1843 but wiihoot any intcntion to deuand said firm ofthe amountdne for thcm. JAMES LYONS. Witnes, J. M. Slade, ) William Flowrer, Middlebrrry,OcL21st, JustusCobb. 184G. I MYRON LANGWORTHY, of Middle bury, Addison County, State of Vermont, amof the opinion, from the statement of James Lyons, and on further consideration of the subject that 1 have been mistaken in attribiuing 10 him a wrong design in relation to certain boots he took from the store of Jas. Af. Slade & Co. and ihat what I have said, musl have been wronglv con&troed by those with whoml have conversed.I tlierefore lake back all I have said on tbe subject. MYRON LANGWORTHY. Witness,J.M. Slade,) William Flower, Middlebury,Oct.21st,' JustusCobb. J 1816. Middlebury, Oct 21, 184C. I JAMES LYONS of Middlebury, etc. a gree, thatwhen the aHove admissions areMgned hyAyron Lansworthy andmysclf, to wilhdrau' the suil I have institmedin the Addison County Court against said Langwnrthy wilh all posiible despatcli. Hecanseating to its wilhdrawal. This, and the above document tobe pablished three succesiivc times in ihe Ga lax v. JAMES LYONS. Witness. J.M. Slade,) William Floucr, Justus Cobb. ) I .Vyron Langvorthy, hereby consent lo ihe withdrawal of ihestntabovj named, instituted by James Lvons, against my self, MYRON LAKGWOIUUY. Witness. J. M. Slade. ) William Flower, ddlcbun-, OcL 21, JustusCobb. 1 I16, ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS. rjlHE subscriber is now receiving from JL market a geueral asiortmant of STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, GroceriM, Croekery, Glass and Ifardtcare, Hats, Caps, Muffs and lioas. BOOTS AXD SI10ES, of cvery dcsciiption. The ntmvc articles were selected with great care and I think cannot fail of cjving satis faction. a 1 will positicely sell as Iow, if not lower, lliati goods ofthe same quality can be pur clinstd at any otherestablishment in thissec lion. If Ladics and Gentlemen wishiog to sup ply thetnselves wilh ihe nbove articlrs, will call aud examine, Iwillverify thc trnth of ihe above statement. I. C. MEAI). Cornwall. 13, 184G. 24 VVHEATWANTED. Thc subscriber will pay Cash for good wheal and corn, at thc Fofcstdalo Mill, East Brandon. Blacd sca wheat will not he wantcd. SAMUEL BLODGET. Ocl.6, 181G. 21r2.w. STATE OF VERMONT, Districl of AddUon ss. Bc it remcmbercd ihat, hta Prohatc Court hcld at Middlebury in and lor tlic Ujstrtcl nf Addiion, on thc 2d day of Novcmber A D 1316. Samuel Swift admiuistrator on the will anncxed ol thc celntr. of RAODA BLIN latc ofsatd Middlebury dcccascd prcscnts his adminis'rntion account for alloivunce: Il isthereupon orcicrcc, that said account bc constdcred for nllow.mctf, by this court, al ihe scssion therenl ncxt to bc held at thc nffice of thc Uciristor of this court iu said Middlebury, on Thursday the 19th day of ISovcmner tnsmnt,atone o'clor.K in lliealter noon; and thatnoticc thcrcof bc given 'o nll pcrsons interested.thnt Ihey mayappcarand make their objections, if any thcy may have, lo ihe allowonce ofsnid arcounl. by publinh- inc a ccrtified copy ol this ordcr in tho Norih- crn Ualaxy a ncwspapcrpnntcd ntsuid rtlid dlcbury, three wceks nucccssivcly previuus lo llie timcofsaid coi.rt. JeiL S. BusUne.ll, Register. A truc iony of Record, 27 Attcst Jcd. S. Bushnell, Register. STATE OF VERMONT. District of Addison si. Bc it rcmembered that. at a Probalt Court held at itliddlcburv in nnd for thc Disirict nf Addison, on Iho 2d day of October A. D. 1S4G. Gcorge Chipman, admintstrator of the cs- tatc of CIIARLES U MILI.S, late .ifCorninj in the County ofSteubcn in llie State of New York, desccascd. presents his petitimi in wriims. pr.img that he may be liccnsed by this Cuurt, to sell all the real eslateof srid dircascd in this State, nml setthig forth that it would bc bcneficial tu those interested in the cstate of said dccrascd, to havesaid rcal t-statc sold utidcr a liccn-c of ihii Court. It ii therefore ordered ihat said pctition be considercd by this Courl, at a scssion theteof to bc held Lt the oflice of .he Register of this Conrt in said Middlebry on Thursday the 10'h ofNorember ncxt. at one a'clock P. M., and ihat nolice tberenf be given to all persons interested, that they may appear and makelhcir objectiotis, if any ihcy may have, to said liceuse being cranted. by publishing a cerlified copy of this ordcr in iheMorthcrn Gnlaxy a ncws paper ptihlishcd at Niddlebury three weeks successively prev ious to the lime nfsaid Court, Jed. S. Bushnell, Regitter. A truc copyof record, 26 Attcst, Jcd. S. Buihncll, Register. STATE OF VERMONT, District nf Addison, re. S Bc it rcmembered that at a Probalc Court hcld at Middlebury inantl for the District of Addison, on thc 27th day of October, A. D. 1846. IsaacBresee named cxecntor in an instni racnt purporiing to be the lasl wi.l lesta ment of ABRAM BRESEE late of Whiting in said District deccased, pre sents the same fur probatc. It is Ihareupnn ordered, thatsaid instmmentbeexarninciand contidered for probatc, by thin Court, nt ihe scssion tbereof to he held at Ihe office of A. G. While Esq.in Shoreham in said District, on Thursday the 3d day of December next, nt onc o'clock in the afternoon ; and ihat nolice thereof be given to all persons intercsjed.ihat they may nppcar and make their objections, il any they may have, to the probatc nnd al lowanceoftaid will, by publishing a cerlifi ed copy of this order in the Northern Galax n. newspaper printed at said Middlebury, three weeks succcssively prcvious to the lime of said Court. Jed. S, Bushnell, Registtr. A true copy ofRecord. 27 Atteit Jed, 8. Bushnell, Register. TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS. Jast received, a full supnly, by B. L. FULLER. Oct. 19. ANOTKER "PEOFlE S ST0R1.' A.CHAPIAI & SOS, Arerstill KAay up on the Ilill," where they wHI sell goods nslow es any one"atray ilovn Under ihe llill t And we will now say that wc Have; tho besl and most stylbh (ot ot goods ihai can be found iu lh coonty We do not make thi assertion merely as an empty common-placor remnrk. Let customers cotne, and k will bc verified by their pwn observation. ta addr lion to our ordinary assortment, wo have" broughlinto ihe market some articles of Ready-Made Clothing which were bought at "Oak Hall" Boston, a concern which has a great many branches in different cilies of Ihe Unitcd Statcsjwhcra ihey gct better prices than they do at home. Jolln Wood. we nnderstand, huy of tfie N. Y. branch, We still say that wc puarantee to sell ten per cent. lower, for cash, than John' Wood or his agenl, W. S. Johnson. Our Clolhing is ''made to sell.'ind if the' T-r e-m-e-n-J-o u-s Eatablishment under tho hill will sell "25 pcr cent chcaper than any small oner" they must sell eood panlt for S1.&7 1-2; andvestsfor $1,00 To The Ladies. We have a beautiful assortment of De lains &Cashmers, Rich Prints fronr 5 to 21 ctsv nothing equal in thc markch LrE' N. B:. We small dealers, have plcn ty of time wben ra market, to sclect what ns' buj oot tonchantf lake. Middlebury, Ocf. 23d, 1S46: LOOK 0UTr BEPORE BUFINGS After reading all tbe clowinc nnd nulTinjr advertisements, and fancy sketches, i uf- ug partners and wares to laise the wind, jusl call in at FRANCIS' and you will bssurprised at seeinghow Much Cheapcr he is sellingall kinds of GOODS, that have recently faixe! orr so jiuch w rRtct. Oct., 184ti. mw GOODS, P. W. COLLINS would nnnounco to thc pubiic, that he has taken in as partner, Jor.u Lank lons known for his industrious and thor ouh busincss habils, and who:e metbod, and strict accuracy, are ofa superior order, The bujiness will becondacted under thenameol- COLLINS & LANE! They are now receving a large and bcantifdt stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS which in point of cheapness, beauty and good: taste cannot be surpassed. By going to market carly, we (onnd good stocks, and owing tn tlif panic and the impression thai trade in the city would be light, all manifested a determination xcr sell, wilhout yegard to cost. Conscquently many ofour goods were boughr, !css than mrnn facturing and importing' prices, They woulif say this stock eonsists of Dry goods, Grcceries, Croc'kcry, Glass and llard Wate, Fih, OU, Dye Stuft fc . Finally, all wishingfqrgood bargains rannof dj beiler than lo give'lhem a call as thcy arc NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD by any establishmcnt in this County or State, COLLINS & LANE. Coanwsll, Scpt.I&lG. 21 NEW STORE. THE subscriber bas rccenlfy optned in the building nearly opposite Shaiv's ho tel. a selecl and choirc assnrtmont of articlc usually found in a Grocery Sfofe, Also an assortment of P AINTS, Among nhicli are iYo, 1 Extra and Pure IVhitc LeaJ. Both drv and ground iu OiL ALSO Paris EmcrolJ, and fniperial Green (frnnn'd in Oil. Linsted Oil, Rnw aud iTdifea'. Alset SPIRIT5 OF TURPENTINE. All of which will besuld al a mcre trifle advance from cost.' 37 He will also carry on at the same )I ice tbe TEUM & HAEHESS making busincss. He will engane to fornish articles m ih.it Ht.e. which shall be EQUAL if not SITE RIOR bolh In materials and workinanship. to any ever offcrcd iu this ticiniiy, aui uu ns favorable terms, JAMES SIcDONALD 2d. Aqent. Middlebury. Sept. 2G, 1S46. 22 COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. T7"E, the subscribers, bews appointfdby Ihe VV Hon.the Probate Court for the DiMnct of New Haven Commissioners, torcceive.lexamini andadjustall claims and demands of all leison acainst ihe estate of late of Cincjunatt in tbe Coanty of llarailton and SuteofOhio deccased,and aho all elaimsand demands exhibited in ofTset thereto : And six monlhs from the 30lh day ol Seplember I?IC being allowedby saM Court for ihat purroe. -Bedo therefore hereby give noitcc that we will attcnd tothe bnsinessor our said appointment, atthe Office of Horatio Needham m Bristol on the lst Monday in January and March A.D. lto next from nineo'elock, A. M. unlil four o'clock P. M. on cach of said days. Horatio Nredhaml m"ner . Ilolley Cammissvmert. Lumon Munson. COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. We, the subscribers, bermr appointedby the Probato Conrt for the District oriW Hnven. Commissionsrn, lo recciye, exnminc and adjustan clairaa and demands of all per sons. against the estate of Doct. WILLIAM C. WARNER. lateor BrUtohn said DistrKt, decesed and alsoan claims and demands eshibited n ofTset thereto; And moTiths from the 14lb day orOitoberA. D.1846being: allowedby Faid Court for that porpos c, we do therefore hereby gi'enMice Ihat we will alteml tothe htisiness of onr said appointment, at tbe olhce of the'late Willinra C. Warner m Britol onthe third Monday in January and March A.D. 1847 next, from ninc ocInck. A. M. untii firnr o'clock. P-M. on eaeh oratddy. Horatio yetnhatn l Royal W. Ptakt Commissxcnen. Lumon Mmson ) Datcd at Brtslol this Mi day ol Novr"