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M I'DD L EBU'R Y
P E'O'P LE'S PRESS
Tnx Presidext's Message. We are au
thorized to say that the Post Master General
will send oli an express with tho Prcsiden's
message iramediately after the reading of it
shall have cemmenccd in the House. Should
the House beorganized on Monday, the mes
sage will be sent to Congress on Tucsday at
12 o'c'ock, and it is the intcntion to convey it
to this city in TEN HOURS. JVT. Y. Com.
TnE Haulem War agaix. Hostilitics.
nmong thc discontented laborcrson the Croton
Works, have. it nppears, brokcn out afresh. -The
rows, riots and fijjhis, between the Cork
onian and Fardownian fuctions, omong thc
Irish, arc of froquent cccurencc, and oficn re
sult in serious conscquences. A large number
of the mal contents have been distfiarged, and
thc conttictors have in conscquencc been ser
ved with thrcalening ictlcrs. A few dayssioce
the dwclling of ono oftho contractors was sct
on fire, and wa) with difficulty savcd from des
truction. The laborers assemble nJghtly in bodics and
commit nll kinds of dnpredations, s'jch as burn
ing of stables and out houscs, breaking down
fences. robbing hcn roosts, J-c
On the night of the 22d, tho house of a Mr.
M'Gcnnis, one of the contractors, in Sth Av.
cnue near 86th strcct, was threatened with an
attack. M'G hastened to procurc tho aid of
somc oRiccrs, havini; his wifo and child alone
and unprotected. Ofiicers Hathwrite, Collins,
McGrath, and others soon reached the spot.
Thc marauders had however, increased their
forcu to some threc hundrcd strong, and alilio'
thej were fired upon with guns and pistols by
the ofiicers, thcy did not dcsist from tlicir work
of destruction till the house was pullcd down,
nnd IMis. McGennis and her child wereburicd
in t'r.e ruins. Thcy wcre, however, rcscued,
having reccived, fortunately, but little injury.
Onc cf thc ring lcaders of the niob, named
Charlcs Garrctty, was sccurcd and lodgcd in
A TARIFF. Van Buremsm, anong thelcft
iiandeJ blessing it has cntailed up.m tlie People,
lenyes m with an exhanstcd Tre.vurv anil a
I'ljliunal Debt. This iuip ises upm Corgress
the necessity of revUing the TarilT. And t'ii
necessity occors opioriune'y. 'Vi.v 'cumpiDni
upun this queslion i3 at cnil. Revcnue is
rcq'iircd for ihe support ofthe Government,
Therc will, thcroforo bc less d.ffisully in ndju
linj what ha3 lierctofotc been a '-vcxed ques
PaSSEXG.:K5 I.N THC I'aCilDEXr. Tlll? Ve?EI.
ms not vet been nBAKD or. The followimj is
n ccrrccled lit of pasengcrs in thc stcamship
President. The New-York Cnmmcrcial Adver-
lUer of FriJay says : rinve wcre tuo persr.ns
m this unfortunate vc-m-1 whose numes have
imt reached ihe pub'ic cye. In the puWished list
'Mr. Ilowelland friend'' are named.. Tliis friend
was JIrs. jwc'I, who w.is nnrri- d to Mr. II. a
few hours belbre the steainer lcft the port the
lUher was Unbeit Hamilton Dundas, ot ilic lirii
ih iVavv, a promisinj yoimg offiicer.
P. C.'l'feffi:!, of Kcw-York; A. R. W.irburg,
N. Yorfc; Litrulenjni F. Lcnox, (second s-on ol
ihe Dukeof Richmond,) and Mr. W. H. Cour
tenay, (son of Mr. 1. Courtenary, M. P. for
Bridgewater,) Btitish army; Tyrone Powerand
servant England ; C. A. 1). Me'isegacs,l'hiladel
hia: S. Maite.N. Fork; C. S. Cadet,Buenos Ayres
T. PalniiT. Baltimore; Dr. M.Torner. Cuha T.
UlaiichorCuba, JohnFrasber.New York; a. Van
Lobe.jun. Amsicidjrn; A. L Bivne, LonUon ;
Thnrmlikc, Ne w-Yoik; W.WrMartin, Eiiand;
K. B. Howell and lady, New-York ; Hev. G. G.
Oo ikman, Washiagtoii CLy. (Ibrmrrly Chap!ain
:o the U. S. Senate;) D. Dochjr, Scntland : B,
Morris and ch ld: E. Berry: J. C. Kuberls, N.
Y. ; J.- Leo Wnlfe, wite and child; Master
Mohring ; llnbert Hamilton Dundas, Brilisli
Navy. 'J'otal 29, aud two chr ldicii.
The oflicers, crew and setvaiti num!icrcil
ubcut SO fOuls.
Fhom the PACtric By tl:ip Natchcz, Cap
iain Hiyes, we have Valpiraiso paptT-i to the
10 h of March.
Wc regrei 10 announce the dcalh of Coramo
dore Alennder Claxt in, commander of the
American iquidroi: in ti.e Pycifij. 7e died at
'" 1 Iiu.inn. nn 'Jie seventli of March, and his
cinainswere conveyed in ihe I'riga e Constilu
lion to ValparaKo, where slie arrived oa the 1 Lt.Ii.
I he lunpral tiOk ilace on the 112th.
Tl.eNachez briiiffs 8102,000 in spec:e.
The U. S. covetee Yorktown, Cant Aulirk,
ainvedat Yalparaist, March 20lh, fiom nm Ja
udr.i. On Sunday ihe 14th, ai 9 oVlock i. the raor
ninj. the prisoners in the PreiiJio. rose upon the
Hinrd overpowercd thi'm, and escaped. Thc
girrison.on hearing ihe alarm, scized their rau--k
15 and fullo.ved in iuruil, fur about a lengue.
The p'isoners not regardmg the sumnmns lostop,
weie rcpeateiily 11 c.I upon, tweniy-scveii ol'lhem
killed and seven wounded. Tliree ot h" sol
diers were also woundcJ. About 20 of the pris
oners werestillat large on the 16th, but it was
thi'u;ht they would snon be takeu.
falparaiso, .March 13 On Sunday the 7h inst.
at Talcahuano, depaned this liie: Alexandeb
Claxto.n r.raraander-in-hief ofthe U. S. naval
forces in the Pacific. Yesterday morning (ihe
ISth) the most respectable poninn ol" the inhabi
tanisof this town, citizeus and strangcrs, ofiicers
nf thc vessels ot war anchored in the bay, and
at hnritiesot tbe place, iormed the brilliant pro
ccssion which paid him the last honors. It was
Iieaded by the band and marine corps ofthe fiig
Ele Consiiiution, and clcsed by the crew of thc
eame vessel, and a dctachment from tbe British
frigate President. iJis death is lauiented by
nuraerous friends and accquaintances. He has
leli a disconsolate wife and child.
Valparaiio March 14th. By the English ship
Arkwright, 21 days from Africa, wo liear that
the msurrection in uotiya, uader Lars, Ingoyen,
&c. in favorof ex-Presidlnt Sata Cruz. lias been
suppressed, but we cannot guarantee thc truth
DINNER TO MR. TALLMADGE.
The dinner to Hon. N. P. Tallmadge at
the Trivoli on Wednesday was very fully
attendcd, cmbracing most of those who
have been foremost in thc fight through
thc presidenlial contest, including many
from the river counties. Hon. Jlessrs.
Clay, Rive's, Legare, and other eminent
statesmen who wcre unable to attcnd, had
scnl letters expressing theircordial concur
rence in the trtbute paid to their csteemed
and cfficicnt compatriot.
In rcply to the fourth toast. "Our. gttcst,
Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, who dared to be
faithful to his country in thc worst of
times," Mr. Tallmadge, says thc N. York
Tribune, rcsponded wilh lcss of ihc gracc
ol eloquence tnan oi tne sinceruy anu ear-
nestnessoi lar seeing pamonsm. xiepas-
sed in revicw all the great measures which I
are likely soon to attract the atlcntion of ,
congress, and cipresscd with the utmost
rrankness lns vicws upon all. iie owned
i.: trr : t
ofthe Subtreasury; thc distribulion of thc
procceds ot the publtclaudsequally among
tlie States ; the imposttion of a duly on
importcd luxuries, to pay off the public
dcbt and to proyidc for the support of
guvei nment ; for a general bankrupt law
and a national bank. On the lattcr point
he was explicit and emphatic. Hc stated
that he had cver been an opponcnt of thc
recharter ot the late bank, and was an ear
ly and stcadfast supportcr of the State
BankDeposite bystcm, tintil that system
was rttined by the arbitrarv caprice of the
In thc prescnt condition of thc banks
and thc country, he regarded the beneficcnt
rcstoration nt that svstem impracttcable,
and was preparcd to support heartily a
national uank as tlie only resource not
somc parttcular bank project, but the bcst
bank that may be devised and constructed
by congress ; and he doubted not that such
a bank would be eslablishcd, with thc
hearty concurrence of thc president.
Mr iallmadge avowcd himsfilffovorablc
toa repeal ofthe expunging resolutions at
the earliest practicable monient. Hc had
originally opposcd the adoption of that
measurc-in thc caucuses ofthe VanBuren
partv, and would have voted arainst it but
for the express instructions hc reccived
from thc legis'ature of his stntc. Hz tlien
tnost rcluclantly voted for it ; but hc shoultl
now with grcat satisfaction vote to resctnd
and annul that decd.
Hc closed with an carnest exhortation to
hannony and hcarty concord amun" all
the supportcrs of thc national admimstnr
iion, as csseniial to the triumph of the
comtnon cause and the wclfare of thc
iNEw-loKK Custoji House. Thosccrctof
t c furious invectives of tho Washington Globe
ajjainst tlie commissioners nppointed by tho
President to invcsiigate thc concerns of thJNcw
YorU Custom House, is apparent cnoughnow.
Thc commissioners have been in session but
little morc thin a weik.nnd already, according
to tho New York naoers thev havi? rlisrnvnrit
more rascality about the m'anagement of the
ctistom house, under the late dynasty, tban was
dreampt of, evrn by those who cxpcctcd the
least of Ioco-focoi--m. '"Tlie disclosures'', saj's
thc New York Commcrcial, "arc chicfly wrung
from those who have bccn engaged in the cus
torr.s. who are acquain'ed with tho sccrets of
ihe prescnt house." The stalcments publish-
ed m ihe express a few wecl:s ago, relative to
the culpable practicc ofthe late locofoco incum
bents in the customs, have, it is said, been fully
sustaincd by cvidencc. Wo hope that the
Commissioners will sift this matter ihoroughiy.
It will. doubiless, dUcioje thc source from
which camc tho immense suins of tnoncy uscd
by the loco focos in last full's campaign, in the
vain expcctation ofbribing the frcemcn of New
York to vote for Alaxtin Van Burcn.
Tiia Tenncssco Whigs have a way of bcard
ing 'The Pouglas in his hall' which cannot be
ahogether palatcable to n person of General
Juckson's someichat dictatorial disposition. At
ihe late Congrcssional election (says theN. Y.
Tribune) Hermitage prccinct gavc81 votes
for Caruthcrs. tho Whig candidate, and only
19 for Hall, Loca Foco.
ALL IIAIL TENNESSEE!
Thomas J. Catnpbell, whiff, is eleclcd bv 79
majority in the 4th Congres'iiona district of
lennessce, instead ot J. vv. Blackwell the late
Loco mcmber. In 1339 Blackvveli had ihir
tccn liundred and fifleen maioritv in this dis-
! Hiclrirt. In tlm lHlh dislrlpl. Willi.nmc. ivIiiit
is ro elccted by oier 1000 majority. Tlie
Tennessce delegation will therefore stand 8
whigs to 5 Iocoj. In the last congress, 7
whifjs to 0 locos.
! Appoinlmcnts by tlie Post-Master
I Philo C. Fullcr, of Michigan, to be Second
Assistant Post Master.
John S. Skiuncr, of Maryland, to bc Third
Asjistnnt I'ostmaster ueneral.
WalterR. Gilkey, Windsor, Vt.
Jesse Gove, Rutland, Vt.
J. W. Moore, Bellows Falls, Vt.
Henry B. Stacy, Burlington, Vt.
Geo. W. Goriion, Boston, Ms.
Jacob Alrichs, at Washington, Del.
Charlcs Troxell, at Reading, Pa.
Charlcs Martin, at Chilicotlie Oliio.
Caleb Foote, at Salem, Ms.
The last six appointmeuts were mado by
Mtssissippt. Gov. iUcNutt has at lensth
ordered a special election for members of Con
gress, so that the btate may be represented in
the Extra session of'Congress. Tho election
was to take place on the 13th and 19th inst
oteameb i-kdside.xt. we icarn irom tne
Commercial Advertiser that thcre wero two
n n IT- , -
persons on board this unfortunate whote names
have not yet reached the public eye. In the
published list "Mr Howell. and friend" arc na
mcd. That friend was Mr. Howell, who was
marricd to Mr H. a few hours bofore the steam.
er left the port the other was Robcrt Hamil
tou Dundas, of the British navy, a promising
Slaves Captuked. A letter reccived at
New Bedford on Friday from H Carroll, Esq:
Qnitcd States Consul atSt.Helena, dated 26th
March, 1841, states thatfiye Portugese slavers
had just been brought in at St. Helena, having
been captured on the West Coast of Africa by
the British ncvai force on that station, with ttp
wards of onc thousand slavcs on board. Thc
slaves had been landed at St. Hclenn, and rc-
mained of course subject to the orders of the
Rhode Itland. At the late Scssion of the
Lepslaiure of this state, it was determined to
f a a state convcntion in Novcmber next, for
m 7i i T l.u, " .
Knode lsiand thus far havtnir extsted withoi
havintr existed without a
Constitution; being goverried by tho chartor
which Charles 2d granted to Roger Williams
and John Clarke in behalf of Rhode Island and
Thc Bank of Louisiana has oflered a re
ward of $3000 for the apprehension of onc
Jtiles L. Daunoy, late rcceivinff tel'cr. and
Charlcs Z. Colsson, late discount clcrk of
Ihe bank, who absconded after robbing the
institulion of a considcrable amount of mon
ej'. Wc scc it statcd that in an examina
tion ofthe bank, after the abovepersnns
had absconded, an over draft to thc amount
of sixty thousand dollars was discovcred,
and a book-kceper had imrncdiatclr madc
himsclf scarcc Wliat a communilv of
bankcrs therc will be in Texas!
A duel, which for a considerablc timc
has been rumorcd to be in progress, was
fought on the 13th in the vicinity of Dr.
Croghan's, about six milcs abovc Louisvillc.
Thc principals were Cassius Clav and
Uobert M. Wicklifie Jr., both of Leming
ton the former bcmg thc challcnging
party. They fonght with pistols at thc
dihtancc of thirly fect. After the first firc,
in which both cscaped without injury, the
seconds interposed, and the aflTair was ami-
A man named Martin Ever'nart. a baint-
cr by tratlc. 28 j-Cars of age, living in Lau-
rei sireei, I'niiaueipiiia, conimittcd suicidc
by hanging himself cn Tuesdav cvcninjr.
IIc was an intemperate man.
A foul murdcr wascommitted atChurch-
ville, Quccn Annc's countv, Md., on Sun -
day night last, on the person of John Cox,
by John Roberls, of the firm of Voshcll &
uooerts, ot undgetown. It appears thcrc
wuii, in.nuu3 uiuicuiiv ueiv.cen
thc parties. and on mccting at a public
uwusc uji iiiu uemn statea, it was re-
ncwcd. lloberts drew a bowie knifc and
with one dashentirclysevercd thc iugular
...... u. ,.tuI. .oxiivcu out a tew
. . v,, , ltJ - DUUIIU. i uu
mtirdcrer was apprchcndcd. Both arc
saul to have bccn respectable mcn, and
wcrc mucn cstccmcd.
Ogdenslurgh and Champlain Kailroad.
The bill in rcation to this improvcment,
which passcd the House vrt
defcatcd in the Senate to-dav bv a vote of
, l" . ,re "ecpiy regret that this bill
has failed to secure the favorablc considcr-
ation of the lcgislature. The reluclancc of i
many members (o cnter upon thc policvon
constructing railroadsjby the state, co'uld 1
not be ovcrcome. Therc is great strenth '
and acknowledged merit in the cIaiinsDofj
the North. The lcgislature would checr-!
tully aid the people ofthe North, as thcy
are aiding thc people of other portions of
the State, to go on with this work.
To-morrow the Argus will attempt to
makc polilical capital out of this bill. Tho
administration will be dcnounccd for not
passing it with a party vote. If, on thc
other han:I, the bill had passcd, theVsamc
Argus would have abuscd the administra
tion for crcating a HForty Million Lebt."
-16. Ev. Journal.
Distrcssixo. For late filcs of thc Mon
treal and Quebcc papers, from which we
copy tho following melancholy accounts,
wc are indebtcd to Capt. Shcrman.
rroai ilic Jlontrcal IkralJ of Jlay 50.
.itjiuiieuiiiiBwn mai a most dis- ,l c- ouu.o HnrU quality. 5 00 a 525
tressing accident occtirred at the Ccdars cVe not-'-td a beautitul yoke of Cattle fed by Mr.
(50 miles abovc Montreal) on Mondav ' SaeaVorS'"'--j:fieM, sold.for 300.
evcning, in consequcncc of a .sevcrc gale, S &XleW,i38a830
dunng w hich a numbcr of rafts wcre dc-, $32. 27, and S 10 ' ' ' ' ?
stroycd, and the rumor is that about fifty I SAcfp.-Sales of lot shcarcs 3 a 4 not Shearcd
hves have been lost." The particulars wc '3a5
have not hcard, and hope that the intelli-l '-- L's to pcddle f i-4and 5 1-2 for
gence reccived in town has bccn cxaTCrat-! f ?'an G and C U2 for bar,ows- At re
rA n .1 . 1 .. . 1 taii irom o to
x.umuu uiui wecan icarn tnere is;
no doubt that a serious loss ofpropertv and !
hfc has been sustained; but we.hopc it
will prove lcss than we have statcd,
From thc Qucbec Gzzelte of Jlar 19.
Thc accident in Champlain street on
the 17lh has provcd more disastrous than
we represented. The number killed was
26 ; savcd 22 ; not found 9. A funeral
procession of 17 bodies. r6mnHrvl fmm
thd Lower Town church to thc catholic i
cathedral this morning, prccedcd bv a nu- '
merous body of the clergy, and Ibllowed !
oy a great concourse ol people, A solcmn
funeral servicc was pcrformed for thcsc
"The Irredeemables." The admin istm
tion of Mr Van Buren, which fortunatelv for
ine country was O'ougnt 10 an end on the 4th
of last March, was thc only non-specie pating
administration that the United States bave
.1 . 1 ... . .
seen. Jiom tho commcncemeut to tho close
of this inauspicious term the Governmcnt cur
reucy, instead of being "gold nnd silver." or
even tho bills of solvent spccie paying banks,
consisted plirrcdeemable Treasuy noles. The
men who have prated longcstand loudest about
tho "constituiional currency'' wcre tho oncs to
set the cxample of deluging the country with
an issue of papcr moncy nnd that loo ofthe
very worst kind, paper no redeemable in sno-
cie on demand.
Dasiel Webster. Thc New-York
Express of jestcrday contains. the- follow
ing extract irom a pnvatc letter dated
Albany, May 15, 1841. i
It happcned in rhywav
o-day to lay my hand up on cvidencc of a
very poor plot now on foot ngainst the
becretary of State at Washington. A
mcmber of Concress from this state, elect'-
ed as a Harrison man, writes to Albany
from Washington, that Mr. Webster has
been in the wav of thc conscrvativcs. and
they have not, hc says, had their sharc of
tne omces that while Harrison hved the
Conservatives farcd badiy with rcspcct to
the Ioavcs and fishcs, and Webster they
say, was the cause of it whereforc by rea
son of thisallcged sin, and for wantof dc
mocracy, &c, Alr. Webster is to be put
down. He is to be driven out ofthe cab
inct beforc ncxt December, says the wri
ter of the lelter; and having assured his
friend that the plan was all scttlcd iodrkc
thc Sccrelary from thc scat bcforc Decem
ber nexl, hc invites him to join in the hue
and cry. Iie says "let us hunt him down
in the prcss in all partsof thc countrv you
will see the New York Times and Star lead
off thc chase in a day or two.
This will be a vcry amusing tilt to be
sure, and you will soon scc in that papcr
some back-handcd complimcnts to Mr.
Webster. Do these gentlcmen wish their
names, their charactcr, their privatc griefs
. , A. B.
v e should hardly have insertcd thc a
bove.had not the Times and Star ofthe
18th inst, actually containcd sundry "back
handcd complimcnts" to Mr. Webster.
Wc knOW not Who the inrlivirhmls nrn
who are engaged in this allcged conspiracy
uui wc uo nnow inai a legion ot such crca
tures cannot dnvc Daniel Webster from
thc place which hc holds with the wnrm
approbation of amajoritv ofthe Amcrican
Congress commenccd its scssion ycstcrda3-.
j Thc Prcsident's Message, to which thc wholc
j nation is looking with anxious solicitudo, will
, probablv arrivc in scason for publication inour
Wc understand John AI. Wccks Esq. of
Salisbury is now gnnc to Washington to
sccure patcnts on twelve diflercnt kinds of
bcc hivc, which hc has rcccntly invented ;
somc of which he thinks will suit cvcrv
j thllerent apiarian in thc world.
The whigs of tho County of Addison are
requested to meot at the Town Room in the
court house in Middlebury, on Thuriday the
10th day of June, inst. nt I o'clock P. M. for
nominnting tliree Senators, nnd making neces
sary arrangcments for tho approaching clec-
J. B. COPELAND,
W. S. JOHNSON,
WINTER H. HOLLEY,
ALFRED P. RUSCOE,
Any person who may have in his possession
astatistical account of Middlebury, "Part
second," published by Prof.Hall, about twenty
years ago, will confer a favor by giving notic'e
of thc fact at this ofiico without dclay. Tho
"Frst pari" is not wanted.
Mokoav, May 25, 1S11.
Repcrtedfnr thejYtw England Farmcr.
At Mrket 2S2 BeefCaitk- (mcludins 73 un-
snid jst week) 20 Co.vs and Calvcs, 15 pair of
uihiiisuxen, anu OOU swine. U0 Bcet Jat
tle remain unsotd.
Pricfs. Bcef Callle. We nuote a etim
C7 7t EV. . i r . .. .- rt . . - c. ,
BOSTON JIAHKE Tf
' Mai25th, 1841.
SEtns-IIerds Grass, little in market,
I ?.e Op, by the ba?.
' overnorthern Per lb.
' Ohio, '
' Pmvisioxs Beef. Mess,
10.50 a 11,00
18 a 22 "
12 a 13 "
5 a 12
" No. 1.
Hams, northern, 1b,
Lard, Boston, '
Butter, Lutnp, "
" Fiikin, "
nll II ft npor fl nle
ool rrime baxony, washed, 50 a 55
American Full blood, do 47 a 0
do 3-4 do do 44 a 40
do 1-2 do do 36 a 40
do 1-4 do & commou
?ashed 35 a 37
In Bristol on Iie the M Inst. Edward Dunchee, In the 45ih vear
ofhUa learinja wife and jix cbrildren. and it, a-nl n-
thcrtomoarn hiilos. Printen ln Kew-York. and X. Hamn
Ihereby certify that I havo given my son
Delwin S. Cotton his time, to transact
bustness as if of lawful anc. and that I ncilher
claim any of his carnings, nor pay any debts
of his controcting after this datc . v
X. HOKAUJi (JUi IVtS.
Shoreham, May 21, 1S11. i:3.v
"BTLORENCE BRA1D, Straivand Palm-
B Leaf Bonnets nnd Hoods, just reccived j on pipermill street, toether with apirt ofthe gar
mwl fnr nln 7. RF.( .K V 1TH. den and barn. The robms will be- sufficicnt lor a
and for snlc.
May 31, 1841.
House for Sale.
A IIouso and Lot lyinon tho
road Ieading fiom tho jnil to
Town 1111. Snid house is pleas
antlv.siiuated, and has abnut 1
an acro of Land attnchcd to it a good barn,
wood shcd and other convenicnccs- The a
bove propcriy will bo sold chcnp, as tho owncr
is anxious to disposo of it itnmediatcly.
Terms of payment made easj.
Middlebury. June 1,1611. 4:3w
4 Cases Mole Skin Hats,
2 " Brush '
2 " White Wool Hnts.
Just receivcd r.nd for salc bv
A. & W. S. JOHNSON
May 24, 1841. 4
A Large assortment of all kinds of boy's
C3Du tIoth Oaps. just reccived by
A. vSc W. S. JOHNSON.
May 24, 18 11. 4
ROKE into the cnclosurc of
tho subscribcr, on tho 12th
inst. two aORREL MARES, supposcd to be
8 or lOyears old; one suppused to be ring
bone or badly corked in one hind foot, shod all
round. Tho owner is requested to provo prop
ertv, pa' charges and take ihem nway.
- ' JOSEPH C. ELDRIDGE.
Bridport, May 28, 1841. 4;3
Lnrjre assortment of Painta and Oil, for
sale bv A. & W. S. JOHNSON.
May 31, 1S4I. 4
UST reccived, lor
salc at the lowestt
priees by A. & W. S. JOHNSON.
May 31, 1841.
(SgUPER BIue-BIack, Brown and Mixed
Jc? Cloths and Cassimercs. Also Vcstings,
Linen and Cotton Drillingi, BufTalo Cloth,
Bangup Cord. Tickings. Blcached and Un
bleached.Shcetingsand Shirtings can be had
Cheaper than ever, at tho Auction and Com
mission Store. Z. BECWITH.
Cases of Umbrellas, just receivcd bv
May 21, 1S41. 4
5 Kegs Powder,
600 Canisters of superior artir.'e. for sale by
A. & W. S. JOHNSON.
May 24, 1341. 4
-p. t 4. r . -1 r
listatc ot Augustus Munger.
VVe.thosubscnbers.beingappotntcd by tho
Irobate Court for the District ofAddison.com
misstoncrs, to receive, examiuo and adjust all
claims and dcmands of all persons, ngainst tho
Iatc of V hiling in said district, deceased, and
all claims and demands exhibited in ofTsct
.iiu.ciu: jiiiu si. monius irom ine -uui uay 01
Mav 1841 bein" allowcd bv said court for that;
purpose, wo do thereforo hercbygive noticc'
that we will attcnd to tho busincss of our said '
appoinlmcnt, at tho dwelling house ofthe wid. I
ow of the deceased inWhiting.on tho 4ihWcd-1
nesdays of July, September and Novcmbcr'
next. Haiuiox Steoxo,
Jcstes F. Bnovff,
Dated at W hiling this 2Gih dav of 3Iay
MISSES POMD & VVALLER
(Second doot Xdrt!) ofthe Conjresational Jlrctln; honse.)
AVE just reccived from N. York a very
choice selcction ol
Bonnets, Ribins, Flowcrs, &.c.
adaptcd to tho Snrinr: and Summer Fasliions
AmonK thom nro some very nico .Florence
Braid und Fino Straw Bonnets ; togethcr with
tho Lleven Braid. and I'alm iicaf. ihcir sc
lection of RIBINS ii choico and fashionable.
Those who wish to purchaae are invited to call,
as their assortment is selec:, and will bc sold
Bonnets madc or rcpaircd tccording to thc
Middlebury', May 24, 1341.
ZBECKWITH is now rcceiving from
New York, a Iargo ahd well sclectcd
SPRING AND SUMMER
which he offers for sale at prices that cannot
fail to suit purchasers.
Middlebury, May 25, 1841. 3;lf
TIIE'sUbseriber'ofrers"fof salo lojv fur cih, or part 1
credit, a fine pair of HORSES-- Also,'a;pair
orjoungofen. ALI'HEUS TAYI.OR. 1
Sihslmry, May 20lh, 1S41. S.3w ;
AND pwsertion giTtn immtdiatcly. a part of ira
dvvellins hou-e in which the auhicriber rtsides.
small family. E.
Middlebury, May 22. 1S4I.
ESPECTFULLY informs the inhabi-
tants of M:ddleburv, and the countv
gcncrally,-that he is iiow rcceiving fioirf
liostonand JSew ork, a general assort
ment of Foi'eign and Doniestic
suitablefor thc season, which he will sell at"
Consisting of Broadcloths Cassimercs, Sat
tinetts, Vcstiugs, French. lyndon and
Amcrican prints. and Shcetings,
evcry articlc usually
kcpt in Country
Crockcry and Hardware
Bar Iron and Nails,
! bv who!esa!c or rctail.
Boots and Shoes,
Old and Youno; Hvson1,
and liyson skin
which will bcN found of astipcrior quality,
Sugar, Molas&es, Salt,
and most articlcs in thc Groccry linc, also,
Middlebury, May 120th, 1811. S;3w
IIAYE rcad with much surprisc an niiver
tisemcnt in tho Rr":stcr of Tuesdav last.
signcd by John 31. Wccks, of Salisbury. Vcr.
mont.caulioning the puhiicasainst tising Hnll's
PatcntSelf-Protecting Bee Ilivc, claimii g it to
be an infringement of his patcnt for tho Vcr
mont Bcc'Hitc Persons at all r.cqnainlcd with
the citcumstanccs in thc case will rcadily un
derstand thc scqucl. TliuSelf'ProtcCtinghivo
as far as it is known, takes tho place almnsl
entircly of the Vermont Hivc. If 31 f. Weckn
had complaincd that S purso was di'sturbcd
instcad of his patcnt.no ono would hie dispu
ted him. But why dots he complain, at Ihi.
late botir, of tho public at all. He has seetr
tho S. P1. Ilive, and cxamincd it, nnd hc knous1
whether any part of it intcrferes with any orig
inal cloim of liis. If it docs. he has the law fur
a remcay iet nim eniorce 11; let Dim
. l'le root commenee with the Patentcc
a remcdy let him cnforce it; let him stiikcat
!entirely willing to have tho validity of my pa
.tent tesleu nt any timc that fllr u eeks shouM
I thlnk propcr. Ullder Ihe BX;sl;n , ,awaf ,10 ,
jtcntcan bo granted that shall tnterfnro With nn
jexisting patentr ihe crticle patenteJ miWt b
'entircly new and promisa tftefulncs. No pa'
j tent is granted without much cxamination nnd
N. B. 1 lake this opportunity to inform tho
, public that I ex.sct to defend nll rights of my
patent that I pr my oceols have sold or mnv
W3I. M. HALL.
April 15, 1841. 3
Kj'11"-'1 tlie uuscriner, on thor
L 7lh inst.. n two war ol.l
RED HE1FEK, whoc'ver wiH
nivc nottcc wherc she may !k
will be rcwnrdcd.
Middlebury, iUny 17th, 18-11. I 2;3w
VERGENNES &. BUFFALO
' THE CANAI' P.CKT
ipAPT. M. T. DAVIS, njtl coranicnce htr Wpi
'V cn Ihe 27lh of Aiil. between this cily and But
i falo, Hunnms Isioiit anj vxy, as luiion
i LEAVF.S VEnOEN.NES,
! April 27
1 a r r
Sejilcmber v 7
Through the Q'h Day;
This PacLet has Leen iboruusMjT tepaltett.
now in fmt nto oider for
Freight and Passcngcrsr
Will icave Vergennes at 7 o'clock m Ihc mcn.inrr,
towed by the Steamer MrDonough. Freight rr.u.t
be on boaid Ihe day previous. Pa3jeDgtrs, partic O
aIIv from Vermont, thosa moving or viritins llieir
friends, to and fro, will almost always find f-rae g
in" inla their immediate neighboihood, thereby mak
inff Ihe tri more agreeaMc.4 Every attention will bt
paid to Pa-aengeri, with, or withont board. by a
carefot Captain and crew, who will endearor to uio
iiatisfaotioii. For further parUcuIaH, inqo;r ot'l.i
caiitaia otf board j orof
- R. CHAPMAW Vernon.
or JOY & WEBSTER. Biiffrlo.
March 2j,134i. 49j6m.
.tnonn 1 - t:JJIl.. 1. . .. . . !
IN I lilLo oeins; in iiiiujiv:.ury uuuui n:o
10th of Mny, tmd will ns usual be prcprtr'
ed to operate upotijthc iecth. Thcse bo wisli
his scrvices will pleasc makc timcly applicn
Hc woulJ aay to Uentiat should ttns m-ft
the eve of any.-that he can furnish 'them wiil
a grcatly iinpr6ved:artido in tho toolh line;
togcther with the knowWge of an improvei
incthod of sctting.