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:.,v,- mnttitnde a.sornhled.and probably in
clu'des 'only the apFointod delegatcs, and not
one half of tnem. unio, we -ic uuuuucu UJ
somo of our oivn delegatcs, was rcprcsented
The earry liour at which the count took
place, and tho titter impcssibility of tlie del
Lrnt;n..a r-liinT iti tinie the points indica-
ted for them. lv reason of the dense niass of
people which fi'Ucd tho strcets, ibat not more
Jha'i one half of the "delegatcs from many of
thcStatcs wcre outhe groundwnen me cum.i
THE BONDS THE BONDS.
After so nmch amunition has bccn spent
mouihed politicians in firmg atpban
toms we nowcivc a truc vcrsion ofthe whole
nfair from which the bonds oris'inatcd; and
n-e dcfv thc contradiction of the inaterial
facts which are comparod in the fullowing
sUlcmeut tai;en from a reliable sourcc.
At ihs session of 1641, in a discu3sion on
tho rcmoval of 1'lair aud Rives, r.s pr'.ntersof
tho Senate, Mr. Clay look occaiou to give
Blair just such a casugatiou aslic descrveu.
Senat.ir King nndertook to dcfcnd Blnir, and
in the course ol bis specch used languagc
which Mr. Clay considered au intcnlioual aud
pross personnl iusult; aud as such, hcrepkcd
in as ssvere tenns as he could ue. Sciiatnr
King instantly srnt a uoteto .Mr. Clay, ia thc
naturo of a challenge to f'ght, hut so Iramcd
as to avoid the pcualtv of the bsw of Con
Kress asaiust dneilinj.' This chnllenge Mr.
Clav did not tlicu auswcr, and ucvcr has
sinc'o an-,wcrod. Scnator Buclnnan aud olh
erfricsusof Mr. Kitis thcn got Mr. Ki-gput
miJTbondslokccpthe pcace towards Mr.
Clay, ar.d su'osequcntly a? a matter of cour
tesv aud fa':rnes, Mr. Cloy's friends pnt bim
undcr bonds also. A few dap after this, vis:
onthela-t day of the ses:uu, SenatnrPies
ton, (Whis) brought the afTnir befbre theSeu
ate in an eluquent spccch. exnressing his ns-
surance, tliat llie nnair unn gruwn uui m .
misconstritction of Mr. King's languace tow
ards Mr. Clay; Mr. King thcnarose and dis
nvowcd anyiutcntion of insulting ihs di-tiu-guWied
Se'uator from Kcntncky; Mr. Clay
prompily made the amrade Lonorable; and
both Scnators, to the great joy of tho Senate
and of the public.stepped forth upon the fioor
and joiticd hands in tokcu of recouciliation
Thesearethc facts in relalionto thcsc hor
rid houds. Mr. Clay was throughuut ihc as
sailcd party, and nhcn cha'.Ienged hy Mr.
King, did not acccpt. Boih parties were for
ced to ghe bonds by their friends.and cinbra
ced the first opportuiiity to settle the aGair
And yet intclation to this afTair, Mr. Clay
is eiugled out for the wlest abuse by the ad
mircrsof Jackson, Bcnton.and otherducl'tsts,
and their echocs of the third party prc3S from
whom it proceeds with a peculiar rclish, and
often with spicy additions.
Mr. Tp.cVard's Juvcuilc Conccrl last netk
in the Congrcgational church iras attendcd
by a largo nssomulage of our citizens of both
txes. Theseatsbotli above and below wcre
crowdcd. An eicellcnt Tiauo wa3 placed
nponthe s'.iga in frout of the pulpit, and ac
compauied the voircs of nearly one hundrcd
youlhfulsongstcrs. Tlie musicthus discours
ed deiighted tbe assembly. Scvcral Solos
wcre perlormcd with great accurr.cy r.nd cf
fcet, and sonie liy vcices ao swcct and inf:;n
ti!c as to crea'.e the teadcrest synipatliics of
ihe audieuce- The proficiency of these ja
Tenila pcrformers in singing is certninly ex
trxardinnry, and eviacesthe tneritof Mr.Pack
ard as their iustruclor. Ilis clforts in this
rFspsct are cntirely gratuitous, cnd yet he
spares no pains iu this uscful aud intarcsting
labor. We uuderstand he iutend to coulin
cahis echool during the season.
CCtTjsmpciiasce Housf.?. It will be
obscrved from an ndverliscment in rinoth
cr column or our pnpor Ihat Mr K':e!cr
.vho wss formcrly so favorably litiown as
(ho kcrper of a ho;:s9 of ctilcrtainuipnt in
Jiidd'cbury, has banilicd the tilo of
Hquor from his house in Salisbury. Thi"
ia omong the stg: ofthi; timss. Tcni
jierance houscs are fast tnultiply'ng ani
ong us. Mny t:ol one rcason be, Ihat
vvLcro iho tiblo part of thc community
rease to drini. Ihe i:jl:ecper is plod to be
relioved from liioruinous cuslom of those
who cannot pav. If Ihis is llie fact, ns
the tempcranco reform progresses, runi
eelling tavorns will b gradually banished
from thc land.
The w hig nominatioa at Baltimore Ecems
to be reccivcd tbrough tlie nation with the
tame unanimity and high enthusiastic fecling,
with which it was made. There is but one
heart &oneresolution to carryoutthenomin'
ation, nndsecure thecountry from the ruin
which the retnra of frce trade v. ould bring
upon it. We have noticcd the great and en
thnMastic meetings in Philadelpbia and New
York. Another at Boston in Fanuel Hall
w as a glorious afTair. Sc :ral splendcd spcech
c; were delivered to a numerous audience
amidst thunderiagpealsof applause. Among
othcrs, one from Daniel Webstcr who camo
forward amidst the Ioudest cheers, the wav
ing of hats by the rnen and handkcrcheifs by
theladics. Hc was followcd by Govorner
Paine of Vermont. Thc mecting hroke up
with 9 cbeers for Clay &. Frcelingbusen, and
12 for Daniel Wehster.
MIDDLEBURY WHIG CLUB.
Last Friday eve the Club held a meetiug
at thc Town Room which was well attcrded
to hcar tbe report oftheBaltimoredclegation
from this rcgion. J. S. Bushncll Esq. gave
n very interesting and animating account of
tbe proccedings of the delegation. The whole
bodymet, andorganized at the Astor House
in New York. The green sprig badge of the
delegation attracted universal attcntion in
that City.Philadelphia aud Baltimore.aud en
They were every where cheered withahearty
good will. The ladies of Baltimore especial
Jy adrairing their fresh and glowing counte
usuil profusion of bouquetj astheymarch
ed in the proccssion. A fratcrnal attach-
ment seemed to be createdbetwecn them.and
the Iventuckiaus, probably excited by certain
coincidences in the history of the tivo states.
Mr. Crittcudcu visited tbcmat. their quar
tcrs. and made them an address. In return
the choristers of the delcgationsung him th
Vermont hig song which he admired an
instantly copicd. Thencxtday the Green
Sprig bojs proccedcd to the quarters of the
Kcntuckiaus, and repcatcd their favoritc
song in which some of the Kentuckians
nnited. At the conclusion all raiscd a shout
and cmbraccdsach othcriu thcmost cordia
manner. The numbcr of Vermonters in JJal
thnore was nearly tlircc liundrcd. clthough
the count shoned 153 onlv. The narrator
represented thc progrcss of the delegation t
and from Baltimore as onc continued sccne
of natriotic excitctnent. Hc said the Yaukce
Nation was lising iu the cstimation of the
sister states. He ivas proud of beiag a Green
Mouutaincr, aud a nalivo of a state that ncvc:
did homage at the shrine of locofocoism.'
From cverv ouartcrhe Icamtthat a tide of
natriotic fcrvor was biirstinc throngh the
heart of the nation nbich could not fail o
cnsuring a great and gloriuus triumph to thc
Scveral .resohitions were introduccd and
passcd by tbe Club after haviug been discus
ed ciiiffly by Mcssrs. Sladc and Scymour.
We Ehall ptibl'tsh thc resuluticns ucxt u cck
The Eihtbition of thc Junior classwhic!
occurred wcck bcforc lastat tbe College Chap-
el, we were prcvcntcd by sickness from at
lecdiug, but froui a very rcliablo quartcr we
are told it ricbly deservcd a publtc uoticc.
Thc room M3 cro wded to exccssby an assem
blagc of tbe tntelligcncc, bcauty aud fashion
of the tonn aud vicinily. Tbe picccs wcre
gencrallj- tvell v. rittcn and spoKen, aud cviu-
cc an atnouut of talcut in tho class highly
crcdible to thcmsclvcs aud thc Inslitution
We nou'd ouly claim an average of supcrior
natural eiidouincnts to our scholarj. But
more industrious and faithfully iustructcd
gatberiug of studunts we havc reason to bc
lievc can hardiy be found in any seminary in
the Unioiijthau in Middlcburj- College.
5?" W'm. P. Briggs, cx-collcct or of thc
port of Burlington has comc out fti.Tfur tbe
tl.i'd party. Ile dcnounccs thc political Iead
cr3 c n both sides, and r!i ccrns no way for the
Iustration of thc cour.try from the irapurilics
of the prcscnt parties ihnt; for such honest
mcn as hiinsclfto comc out from the corrup-
ted Babylon. and take thc reigns nf govcrn
ment into their own bcnds. Ilis patriotic
fliglit is bigh. Ile planis liimcclf upon the
brosd pUlform of inan's equal rihts, and cx
claiins wiih Patrick Hcr.ry, "gircmtlibtrly
cr gire r.ie dcatli."
Mames Harper the Native Amcrican
Mayorof Now York city, has bccn indtictei
into of3ce, and has transmittcd to tho corpor
ation a vcry good mcssage. If its recointneii'
dations are adhcrcd to, an cxccllent inunieip
ial govcrnincut of the city v. i!l be the rcsult.
f Govcrnor Dorr has becn convictcd of
high Trcason but sentencc has been suspeud
ed on motion for a new trial to bc heard on
thc ccond MonJny in June.
51k. Tappan. Wc belicvc we have not
h'r.hcrto noticcd that the Texas Treaty was
puMished in Ne;v Yorl: bcfore the injunction
of secrecy as rcmoved by the Senate. The
Scnate hae institutcd eii inrcstigation iuto
the subjcct and asccrtaincd that Mr. Tappan
of Ohio wa3 tlie ofTender who it seems h;
bten racrdy ccnsurcd.
53? '''ie Clay Clubs of ihe scveral coun
tics aud townt iu the state of ?Ccw York, as.
sciuble at Utica ou tho first Wednesday in
075Anjour.siiE-T. The lcca foco tn:
jority in thc House havc ropolvcdto ndjourn
on thc 17:h of June, altcriug the senatc's
resnlution to adjourn ou thc 25th inst. Thc
Senate must concur- The Tribune infcrs
that they may be dctcrmined on another at-
upon the tarilf.
MORE NEW YORK VICTORIES :
"Hurrah! harraU! ihe coo'itry's risin"
For Harry Clav and rrelinliuien."
LAKor. Majorities Romk, NEwnnr.o,
SrnAcnsE a.nd Geddes. A deai.telow
to Loco Focoisji m Oxosdaga Codstt.
Great triumph of CLAY asd the TA-
NEivBnr.o. The charter clection in New-
burg came olfou tbe 7th, and the gallant
whiss of that town clctted their wbolc tick-
et ovcr the Locos and Native Amcricans, by
an average majority of 100 the largest cver
"iven m Ihat town.
Roiin. The Democratic Whics of
Rome havc nchicvctl an unparallcd vic
tory cvcn in the ilav of Vhi!r viclorics.
Every nfijcer of tho villago, except policc
conslable, is electcd by an averag6 ma
jority of 30. The poli'co conslable had
been electcd by Whig votes. The vote
was 393 tbe largest cvcr east in that
Svkaccse has had tho honor of open
ing the campaign in 1841 big with thn
deslinies of the nation and of firing the
first shot for Ihe Baltimore) nominations
of Presidcnt nnd Vice Prcsident ! Thc
charter election closcd on tdo 7th, in
which fhe unexnmpled number of 1338
TOte wcra polled, ejceeding by 260 tho
highest number cvcr bc-forc given. Th
rcsult is the complcte succcss of tho whole
Whig tickct, (with a einx'tf cxccption)
embracing fivo TritstPCs, throo Asscssors.
Clerk, Treasurcr, tbrce Constnbles, (one
Loco) and pound otastcr. The majorttv
forTrustecs avcrases ONE HUNDRED
Asotiier Gus ! Geddes Redee:icd !
We have another victory to annoimco
For tho first timn in tho moniory of man,
Gcddcs has electcd n board of U hig
Truj.tecs, or four out of tho five, and a
pnrtion of the rest of ihc ticket. Geddes
takcs rnnk wiih hcr more stately neigh.
bo r, Syracusc. Hurrah for little Geddes,
P. S. Tho correspondent of the N. Y.
Commcrcial says, that on Thursday a highly
important message Avas sent to the Senate
yestenlay thc objcct of which was tourgeim-
raediate anncxation. The same correspond
ent says v. c have not yet sccn the message
which nunouncej that the Prceideut has mado
war with Mexico. The inorcmcnts of the
naval forces r.nd the military in anticipation
of the eficcts of aunexation operations upon
Mexico areuudcr tho lawofnations held to be
acts of hostilityand good cause for war. The
Presidentexcusss these hostile movemcnts
which were done undcra sccret uuuer3tand
itig with Houston, on thcground of an incho-
ale treaty tho object of which raust not be
A CALTjMNY EXP03ED.
The following is the substance of the re-
marks made by Mr. White, in tbe House of
Itepresentatives on H euticsuaypon requcs-
ting a Euspensinn of tho rules to give him an
opportuuity of brandiu;, m it deserved, the
ouirageonsly falscand cnliimnious account in
tlie Washington tjlobe of tlie aifray with Mr.
Rathbun ou the prcvious da-. The Locofo-
co majority, with rliaractrristic fairnejs, re- pany aforesaid are hercby ordercd to assem
fuscd to gtant Mr. White- the customary priv- I blcat the Fun of Hcrman Samsou, in Corn
ilee nf makiug a percnal explanation. Ncv- j wall, on Tucsday thc 4th day of June, 1841
crihelefs, his bricf rcmarkswill serve to sbow ' at 8 o'c'uck in the forenoon uniformed, arm
hoiv grossly the Globe has violated th? truth ' ed and eqttipcd as thc Iaw rcquircs, with
iu its rrport of thc scene : ! twenty four rounds of blank Catridgcs for the
Mr. White read from an arlicle in thcGIobe
of thc 23d of Anril. 18 1 1. beailml TIm Out-
ragc intheHnusc." and reinarked that ho
had stndiously avoided yea, positively rcfu-
sed, though rcpeatedly called upon to give
an7 of the incidenls or deiails of the occur
rencc, r.f yestsrdiy. Hc felt from the begin-
nmg this was his duty. Mr. W. addcd, Mr.
Spe-iUer this Homc has ordcrrd a Select !
Committce to investigato aud report all the j
facts connected nitli this rcncounter. Mr.
W. said he d;J not iulcnd to allow himsclf to
bc provoked into a departure from the line
nf conduct he had marUcd out to hiniself aa
proper; which was to Ucep his lips sealed as
tn thc pnrticmar f.cts ol llie transnctuiii, un
til the ConimittPO shall have reportcd. Truth
and Justice, howevcr, rcquircd him tospcak
in genenil terms of tho article iu the ofiicial
oran of tliMlIouse.
That statcmcnt, purporting to relate thc
ucidents, as well as the particular lancuaoe
uscd by both (Mr. Rathbun of N. Y. and
himself.) is full of eross misrcprctentatiuns.
suppresiing inaterial facts and exprctsious,
and ilrtaiimg langnngc tliat was uot uttercd
by eithcr party. Nou, without narrating one
nci'icnt tliat nappencu or attempiin to re-
peat one word that wai spokcn by ciihcr par-
tv itnr 1 havs S3M no iniusticc or lulseliood
shall provoLc mc to do so at this tiino.) I dc-
lilierately pronouucc tliat any mau, he hc
whom hc mny, that will swear to the statc
ment contained in the Globe of last evcnins,
headed "the outrage in the House," without
qualification or inaterial nltcralion, as con-
ta ninir tr.e trulh and tlie wnnle tmth.will per-
jure himself before GOD aml man.
Receipts or Rkvknvr ATTItr. Poitrop
New Yoke VV aro to-dav etmbled to
pre?cnt n comparalii-e tablc ofthe recripts
nf ncvcnue from Cutoms at this Porl,
c-ivs tho New York Tribune, for the first
third of tho prcient vcar, contrnstcd with
thoso of the nnaiverins tieriod last vcar. l
It will bo scen that tho i.icrensc of Rev-
cnuo the pe--et!t ycarj ovcr 1913. during
these four mcnths, ts 51.017,220 !
? 1.870,0 15
AS WE EXl'ECTED,
The Locofoco asscrlion, tliat ths lale
Judge Elliott of New Orleans is a v"hig,
turns out to be n-
-licc. The Now.
Orleans Tropic says he is a Locofoco, and
cnrollcd his uame with n Locofoco club
S'lme monlhs ogo.
OiT A Baltiinoro letter nnnounccs tho
death, nt Bnltimore, of Mr Billins?. a
young lawyer, one of tho Vermont delesn-
gation tothe whig Convcntion. Ho was
teizcd by &ickticss on tho day of his arri
val, and was thtts provcnted from nctive
participation in tho transaction of the
BOSTON MARKET, May 14.
WOOL. Priccs firm stock not larcc
BRIGHTON MARKET. Mnnday,
May 13.At Mnrket 350 Beef Cattle.
Price A small advance was cfTccfed.
We ouotc a few cxtra 5 75 ; first quality
5 25 ; a 5 50 ; sccontl quality 4 75 ; a
So? third quality 3 75 a 4 50.
There will bc a meetms of the Yountr
Men's Tcmperance Society on Wednesday
evcning, at 7 1-2 o'clock, at the Town Koom.
It is very dcsirable that every mcmbcr of
thc Society should be prcsent, as bnsiness of
importance will bc brougnt bclore tuc society
to be acted upon.
b. l'UAitb LAT11UU1', Sec.
Mid. May 22, 1844.
Birth. In North Carolina, the ladics of
Chacg-Eng the Siameso Twins, of daugh-
In Leicester. Mav 16th. bv Rer. A. G
Shears, Mr. Joshua E. Bemis, of Brookfield,
Mass., to Mim Lucelia A Seaver, of Salis
THE subscribcr is now receiving from
New York, a large and carefully selected
Dry Goods, Grocerics, Hard
warc, Iron, Nails,
which will bo sold as low for CASH as can
be bought in the country. The Public are
requented to ca I aud cxamino before pur
May 3th 1S-J4.
The Commissioned, and Non-Commis-sioned
Ofiiccrs, Musicians and Privates, of
the First Company, of the Sixth Regiment,
of the Vermont Militia are hcreby warucd to
appear with the arms and enuipmenls requir
edbvlaw, at B. B. Browu's Tavern in Mid
dlebury on Tucsday the fourth day or June,
A. D. 134-1, at ninc o'clock preciscly, in the
forenoon, for Inspectiou, and Military duty,
aud there await further orders.
Capt. IIENRY T. DORRANCE.
E. J. PHELPS. Clerk.
N. B. Members of the Company will
take notice that by thc 155th section of the
Militia act of 1812; no farther vfaruiug b re
The OlErcrs, NDii-Coinmission-cd
Ouiccrs, Musicians and Pri
vates of thc Cth Rifle Company
ofthe Cth Rcg't of Vt. Militia are
hcreby warned to appear, uni
"Tormcd, arnicd and cquipcd as the
Iaw dirccts, ulumbV'&r.atias
Sely, jo. iVJiddlahurjf-on-ihe-4th
dnv nf June. lSllj nt D nVlnck
As-M-JUnhi. iJUii'JOSa uf elct-
hi-rmeIid-JjietH)n-iiit 'l"fi!li:i oUicr va-
v-caiids and there await further orders,
By order of ORRIN ABBEV, Capt.
E. R. WRIGHT, Clerk.
Middlebury, May 11th, 1811.
Sixth Light lufantry Company Cth Regi-
, ment. Cornwall May 11th 1831.
J he uomnussioned, tSnn-Commissioned
Olficers, Musicians and Privates of tho Com-
Prpose ofMilitary dnll r.nd inspccuon and
' thero await lurllier oruers,
By order of
CALVIN W. FOOT, Capt.
Josepii NistiiLKT, Clerk.
All rcrsons imlebtcil to tlie Town of Middle
bury formonies loaneJ of the Trastces of Sarplas
p,ln,l nrp l.frehr notfficil ihat immediate rav
ment must bc rasdcorsuits will le commenccd
agaiast them bcfore tbe r.extTcrm ofthe County
F I. BARBEtt, ) Trnstccss of
JA.MES.M. SLADC,) Fund.
MMdlebary.May 1'Jtb, 1811.
TilE futKcrlbers nre nnw rrcetvins (not from nch
placci aa 1 and lts:jn,) b'jt dir-cl fnun the frrruU'st
CotnMTria! fi:v oti the Cominfnt. a riBrl.i-rc ai:il vrsr
j wril iKlectrtl itnck of Fcajnnablo cnotts all nf uhleli wrro
non-ai wiin can sn a: casn pnccs, ann win uc Fnu as
Jqw, and uiauy aniclw less tlian at any olhfr Ktore Nmn
or fiiiulh, far or near. We liax v a z reat varlrty of Cau
ci , tuuv of whicti wiil bc iHld st G M ceuu per y ard.
ri u.-lin Dc Lains,
Alpacca, Black, Fig'd and changcable,
Cashincre Dc Lains,
Plain nnd Fig'.l Silks,
Mo'asscs,good call aml inquiro thc priccs
P- R. Syrrup,
Broad Cloths, cheapcr than cver,
Cnsinicrcs and Satinetts nt any prices,
Fine Linncns, a large assortment,
II. S. Tim at cciits, try it,
Bonnct silk? and Lawns,
I'ihons, n bcnutiful lot,
Artificinls and Passion Flowcrj,
Cut NaiN 5c, less by the Kcg.
Gloves and Mitts
ParaioU mnile cxprcssly foroursale,
Hosiery cheap r.ot to be bcaten in this
;ut"ey Hk'fand Cravats rizht,
i lianu lioxcs lariro and small.
Gaitcrs and i-2 Giiitcrs, Cloth Buskins,
Wnlking Shocs, Miscs Slips and Cbil
drcn's Sboe.-' Mansfields and Fnrwells,
Alsogood Kid Slips nt 02 l-2pcrpair,
Gent's Pumps aml Slippers,
Doublc Rcfincd Sugar,
Drab De Etu Bevcrtccn,
Gambroous, & all kiuds Snmmcr Cloths,
Diapcr Crash and Bur'np.i,
Carpet Wnrp and Biiirlin,
Ecil Tickand apron check,
St. Croiv. Porto Rico, Havnnna nnd
N. O. Sujrars,
Bl'k nnd ColM Cambrics,
Paddiug, Cauvass, Sclecia, nnd all kinds
Sheep Twine. Bcil Cords,
Clothc Lincs &c. ,
Lamp Oil.Soapand Candlcs,
Suspenders nll gradcs,
Jct Buttons nnd all nthcr kind?,
Florence anii Straw Bonncts and Straty
trimininxs look at ours bcforo you buy
clscwhcre or be sorry aflcr,
Glass nnd Putty,
Palm Ln:f Hnts nnd Hoods,
Linen Cambric Hkfs.
Window I'aper, - '
Traveling B itkets,
Cnps n vnriety,
Tobacco, Snl Soda,
Mnc. and Scutch Snuff,
Culf Skin and Cowhide Boots, -
Nutmegs, Clovcs, Cnssia & othersp'ic'cs,
Hard Warc, Cutlery and CROCKERY,
Tea Scts of nn entirc new stylc,
Stonc and Enrthen Ware any quantity,
To);ethcr wUi many vckt maiy clhcr Gnod and I'hat
tc!EUCli as Chaln, Lll, ah, Vl'indow tirmd. tfnoe
rrft, Aie llelves, l.Wl Kf, Crooms Pat. rall VthlpJ.
Wlieel lleads, Porrest Oeddla;, llause Furnilure. Blat
&c. whlcli amipiUes a mncn grcater a?wrtmenl lnan can
be found at zty othcr Stwe, al prlera that canaot fail to
ptcafo pijrcbasera Our friendf and the pibtlc are respect
fully laviled to caJI sad evamlnc for ihrmsplrrs.
May 6, 1541. Z. BtCK.lVIl 11 Sz Co.
LADIES IT'ILL FIND
A splendid assortment, Bonets, Eoncct Lawns,
Silks and Ribbons. Flowcrs acd other Anilenan-
Goods of every desctiption for sale low for cash,by
ilay 14, 1S44. it. S. JUlliNSO.N.
LAWNS 5c BALZORINES.
New and beantiful article just receivcd by
May 14, 1844. IF. S. JOHNSON.
NEW STYLES OF DRY GOODS.
ARAGES, Balzarincs, Columbines,
Gro De Valencc, Wool Crape. Crane
Ncmours, Crape Summer Stuff. Silk Stri
ped and Fancy Ginghams, Monteith Checks
and Lavender, French De Lanes, this day
opcningby P. W. COLLINS.
April ZUM, ltH4.
Wbereas my wife ANNA, has Icft my bed
and Iioard, and refuses to live with me. I
hcreby notify the public that I wiil pay no
debts of her contracting after this date.
GEORGfi II. SUMNER.
Bristol, May 20:h, l&li. 3;3w.
STRAYED from the ilhgc
of .Middlebury on the 13th inst.
a hght icd cow with a small star in her fore- I Lawns, Montcilh Checks, Gro De Naples. , l!"" 3 e u
hcad.about 9 years old, large bag and tits, 1 Gro De Siviss and Louaet silks, lubbons. , ot,nt of due (ma tUe icaaKii d clarsn
and was thcn near calving. Whoever will Laccs.Gimp, CorJs, veslings. OroUehon. of aJminwttailon, iIm talue of ihc icrson pjm
return said Cow or inform the subscriber don, Thibct 1'Iain aud Plaid De Lainc, Stri- . aaJ Uic Uuatfoo of ihe rcal estaic, acd tlut itnSti -where
shc may be found shallbe well rcward- ped aal fig'd Caahincre Shawls, Cravat3, etnaty iofcII rf-al rttnte of ihe deccasrd for il.cinr
cd. ENOS THOMAS. : Florence and Straw Bonncts, Ilats, Caps, iom afore.ald. Ii thcrenpon orJt.ed, that
Middlebury, May SOlhlSil. 3,3;v. I5oct3, bhoes, Gaiters. half Ga.ters, ohps, Mlat thcom.eof u. Ereltf E , SUmn.
&e. &c. Brown and hea Island Cottous lum wiJ Dij!ru.0 TueJay the-tili Jine n -xr
TT' FP17R A iVTPI? TTflTTSl?.
incsun?criuerwcuii iniorra inepnnncina: nccon
tinue ii kcrpa iioue ol .ntcrtainment at itis
sfmT in Salishurr. Tinnn wl hnrp nnv rrannn
comnlain of his want of allcnlion to hicu't.in)cr9,or
of the abence of an accommoJation which can he
r xpecifd at a country hooe. The resolatioii hr hai
tuU.ntnU.ni,!. liquor from his , hoo. he t.uM. w.U
secure him the paironage of all thoc who are sin-
ccrely ccsircus cl promclinjllie cause ol J eniper
anca. TII011AS V. KEELElt.
Salisbury, May 20ih, 1844. 3
SIX AiONTHS TLIE.
THE subscriber is now rerrivin t nnt
from New York Auction Shops, nor from 2d
hands, but from BOSTON.la lanre and wc!l
selected assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCER1ES AXD
time,' but are sold lowcr than at anv estab-
! lishmmt f:ir nr ncir ivl,i-l.
i of buying for 'ccsh,' all of which can b
se:n at V. S. Joii.nso.n's
May 20, 184 1. ciey eash itore.
N- B. No charge for showing Goods.
JUST receivcd 4 cases of those supcrior
Ehn St, Hats, (which havc lake n tbe premi-
um al the Quincy Hall fair for thc last three
ycars) which are far superior iu quality and
style to any that ran bo found at any rctail
llut ftiiop m asmngtou st. 1- or sale very
low forcash by U . S. Johnson.
May 20th. 1844.
aUl'KltloR Cauiphenc Liasccd and Lamp,
Oil, Copal Varnbh, White Lead, acd Glass for
sale at thc cheap Cash store of
IRON ct N VII S I Thscelcbrated RisUy 5cCo.GardenSecds.
American. Englijh, O. S. KusMa & Swedes ' AIf ,he i?U" Sfs from P'''l;.,varn,a
Iron, American & English and lllisi.r & Cait . t5d superior au.l of thc srowtli of 1; 1J .
Stcel. J.'ails and Nail Hods &c. &e. far sa!e! hcr sale by .. BhCKWllH A: Co.
chcaper than ever at
An axtcnsive asiortmentof Ilardware, of avery
narae and description, cvcr uscd in an any civif
izci comoiunity, may le found at
Codfish, Sabnon, &, Mackcrcl, for sale Ly
A large rariety solj cheap by
May 11. 1814. Brown ff Sheldon.
COATS. VESTS PANTS,
of every variety of Myle and nuaiily, furrihed at
short notice, chcaper than cver before offeisd, ly
May 14, 1844. JJroxn If Sht'.dnn.
of Cloths, Cjssiiaeres, and Vestinjp, in the coun
ty, will be found at
Droicn y Shddon's.
Turks Island, CoarseWcstcrn &. FiaciDairy
Salt, jnsl reccivcd ct STEWAUTS.
WOUL C'AlIPiiT TVV1NK.
For sale at STKWAP.TS.
FOR Tllii LAUfES!
Printed Lawns, half moiirning do. Tancv
Mouslinde Laines. Frencb Pn'nis, Ameiican do.
&i. c, just opened and sellirjg last at
Rouen snd Tancy Cassimeics, for Sumracr
Pants Fancv, Checks cVc, fjr co.-'ts, Marsaicles,
Ricb Silks, Salia acd Velvct, Vc:.tir.tr cl
Anicc lotofFcncy Giinps Fringes Vclvct,
Satin and Crin.pl, fcyrinsRttbonsji.st frcmNew
York. . at
Looking Glasscs, ofallsizcs and priccs at
JUST rec'd an assortment ATen's Yonib's and
Children's Clotb Caps for sale low bv
Z. BECKV.'ITH &. CO.
STONE WAltE &e.
JUST rcc'd a lot of Stosc and Brown Earthen
Wareof all descrinlioas for sale at F-ciory prices
by Z. BECKWrril &. CO.
April 33, 1841.
IT TUE OLD 3T4ND A FEW R0DJ
NOETII THE Jlll..
THE subscriber would inform thr
black and drab Hats of the latestliew - oikush -
, ioos, which he oiTers lowek roa cu on iiost
j kinds or PaoDCcr than can beboaght m tlus
coualy' t,- t , ,-r.-
' JOIIA JACKSO.
t Im. B. The bighest pncc wiUbc paid forlambs
wool and Mnskrat skins. J. J.
i Middlebury, April 17, 1811. 5I;.f.
all colors, sold by
HOFS ! HOES! , tcr mcaU,golincis,airtincn, singnj noue in mc
head andears.drowsincf, beanLurn, lo of appe
WILSON'S Hoes a nice article, jnst receivcd tiie, wiad, paun, -e., ihey are ackaowkdged to bc
and for sale, 'cheaper' than thechcapest at Tastlr supcrior lo anj ihinj eter Iicforc oficrcd to the
STEWART'S. 1 puLIc, and for those cf afull hahit ofhody, they will
mmm. protc intaluable J white aj acneral family apcrient,
, for eithcr scx, they cannot fail to ensure universal
J Thc ctiiracy of the Life Pills aml I'hocnix Biticre
is inost certain if fteely given on thc attack of fcver
rjpniS day opemng by the subscriber a ; influenza, mcaslcs, sorc ihroat, rcccnt cc!d. "iilij
.&. splendid stock of fresli and desirablc cooh and inilimmatory disodert. In rhecmatism I
goods, embracing all the varietics ol ;
RICII AND FASIIIONABLE GOODS
oe,rcd,n,he markct he has taken
most pains in his selcction as to style, quality
and price. - All wishing for good bargains will j
dowellto call. He will say potilitely he is
uot to bc undtrsold, and his motto is to un-1
dcrsell, knowiug tbat small profiw aud qu ck
returns will ensure succss to the trader and
Antisfnntinn to tbe buver.
P. W. COLLINS
Cornwall, April 29th, 184 1.
l PAINTING $ CIIAIR
boalnefi. at thc thon I.ileW occonied bv
Moodr II jMcDonaU. at. rcst-cctfuUv
solicitsa snarc 01 ue pauxaage ol loe puoiic.
C II A I R S
Will be kept conitantly on lanj at reasooable prices.
PALNTLN6 donc at short
notice, and particniar aiienuoo given U
llocii Piisnsa aad FiriniSG. l!M!
fp All orders in his line will
be promptly attenaea to
Middlebury, April 29, 1944. Stf
A. B. & R. M. CHIPMAN,
ARE recciviuj from Boston, an cutire
new stock of seasonablc
Comprisiug a completc assortment of Broad
Cloths. Caisiinercs, Summer Clotlw, Amcr
ican Prints, Alpines. Balzarincs. Orgaudic,
Sciudia, Gro De Valcnce, Paraisians, Crape
iNemour, Crape & M. De Laines, Printcd
i from 1-4 to 1 1 cts. AIso Molasses from
Gl-4 to9cts. Coffee 10tnl2 1-2, II. S..
- II t- n II T"i!n7-.fN Niil-i.-,
. II. &-O.H. Ieaso2toocts. rtailsS
, A ceneral aasortmcnt of Crockcry, GlaSS
1 an(j HarJwarc. Medicir.es, Oils aud Paiut.
r. i:.:.... r;,.,,l-,,.,t
, j g , Fj , g F constantly I
on Inud at a small advance from I my pr;ce3.
Thc above will be sold vcry low for Casb,
Producc, or approvcd crcdit.
Bridport, 3Iay 1st. lell. I-
IN cxchangc for Dry Goods acd Groceties
m small Iots to suit nurchabcrs, at a bctter
rate ,,iaa n:3 cver before been oUered tn this
markct, apply at
Cheap Caah Stort.
PRINTS PRINTS PKINTS
THE largest, best and chtavcsl assorlmcct
?f Pr'.nt? i:l Addison County, is novv offcred
' sale by . b. JUlb.
May 14, 1841.
THE Subscriber haiinopcned an OXcoforlhe
J Iransaclion of Jjvv hus tim, would ioform the
j f-ublie tlwt he will bc ready to nuitupon all wh
,n:1' have o:caiion f r hij prufesjioa.d jcrricej a
''is OOice ovr the Slore of Ira Suiwatt L'q. ;
fcw donrs south of il'e l'o?t Olficc,
EMKUSO. It. WRIGHT.
MidJl bury lan. 8, 1S44.
HATS AND CAPS.
paltcrn, fiue ,!ole skin.
Double and riingle Biitn, Silk, Velvct and
i Cloth Caps at
F O R S A L E .
i A large Lot of Window Bliads nnd Sashet
' very low prices, by Z. BECKW1TH Jc Co
Middlebury April btli, ltfH
NEW SPRING GOODS.
C. B1RGK, is now receiving his usual Va
riety of fashiouable stjplei;Ducy Dry Guod.
New Spriug pattcrns, and cheap 23 cver of
fcred for Caih.
April 10. 1811.
Ladics and Mhses Florence Braid. Straw
and Cyprcss BouncU, Artificials and Ribius
April 10 2344.
61LK, Cypres", & Willow Bonnetj.jusl
rccciveu, aml Ior sale lv
Nor. 27 1843.
Oilcd floor Clotb, Malting nnd Carpetings,
April 10, 1614.
Baksoriuo, Sup. Mous De Lainc. Gmg
hams, Prints, i'c. just reccived at BIRGE'S.
April 10, 1811.
Cloths, Cassiiucres, Vcstings, Tweed C'as
.simcrcs and othcr Suiumcr Cloths for Gen
ilemcns wcar just reccived at BIRGE'S
PAPEIl 1IANGINGS ic.
1,000 pieces Paper,
- , , "UTU""Y' ,
JU9 rc.c,ejvncJ vcr cheaP at
. Apn. 10. Ibll.
&U " liorderinzs.
3U0 busbcls Corn fnrsale by
P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall, Fcb. C9, 1M1.
gUP AUGERS A new articlo of Cap
Angert which every farmer dcsirous of
good fcncci ahouli have, forsale by
P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwjill, Fcb. 23, 184 L
iPRL'CElLTU'BOARn.S ND PLANK
A riuantity of Sfirure CI.itAoards and
clcar stulf, Spruce Pl.tnks well kea?onnl for
saleby I'. V.'. COLLINS.
Cornwall Fcb. 29. 1641.
Has rcmoved to the bonc of Mr. R. L. I'uller, on
il.. l.iKntr Tmm PUvrMnt In r"Vml KlIWT
where ihe invites ber frieniis acd-cpstomcrs to
, gjj on j,er
j!mn,ls r.4 Ops maue and' rcpaired as usnal,
in the neatest and best uianner, an-1 most faoa-
I able style, at a fairpricc.
) Entrancetoberroomsr.t thc front d-)or.
, jtiddlcturr, May lsl, 1611.
, ' . ,.
fedicines have Leen uscd wiih succcttf in alniost
every disease to nbicli mankind is liahle, and IWer
' compbints,witliilieir many well known atlrndanti,
' hillious and sick lieadache, pain and opprefsinn af-
cnroniccoiapiaHia iuey natr m-o i-aw. u- j
, , . !
Idics black, dnrk, and hght Kid; Bajousl
manufacture, white and black silk do. lule ,
.mrcau, monair ana uco . juura, uni u
pi nie do. bl'k mohair and fancy silk mitts; ,
eents rubber kid do ; gcnts hslc thrccil hnen, .
cotton, and buckskindo; child's cotton do.
for saleby BROWN &i SHELDON.
May 22d. !
' IR1SII LINEN, superfinc. the bat qual-
ity for gcnts wear. fine and common do. for .
sale by BROWN & SHELDON.
FINDLAY'S THISTLE THREAD.is
the best spool cotton imnorted, nnd is sold i
onhi by BROWN Sc SHELDON. :
r?RICH SILK and Cashmere Vesiings,
BROWN & SHELDON'S
SHEEP SHEARS, a supcrior article,
and wool twine, at
BROWN & SHELDON'S
Suspender Buckles at
BROWN A- SHELDON'S
STATE Cf"vER?.i6NT. 7 "
AddUon Diilrict, ts. f
Ie it rcafmbero.!, tl-t a T.ulite Vi:sn hrt '
16dtilj ol'Maj- a. ii. 13H: j.rtal llou. Sit.j ll
Sally lSuruellanJ Jjsepli Hajwartl aduiiuistn.lurv
of ihe etutc of
late cf BniliK,rt inruid District WaJ. t
, ihtir pctitioii iu writirj to said Ccart, rraJ
t r? f .r
liceore iu cll rca! cmie of the a-d deceaicd for t!,u
ai one o'cbck tn ihe ofternooa, uihI thu! eaij a .a:.i-
islratora jirc iwticc thcrcof to al! pcrauui inicrc'f-i
tbatihrjr nny arPr aml nA. their orctiou :l
hViii?Sa ceniQed copyof this onicr m the V.,i .
prnl-alarr n n?n-s;iarr nrintpil
ilm-e ireek suc -W'rrU' mvriu:
ioastu Lho t:.j ca
J. S. BushitU Repibt.:?
A truc copy uf rrcord
Allfst, J H. JSaihnell. Rrgis'cv
Statk or Vekmo.nt,
Dhlrictof Ad.iUot, ss. J
1!E it reicrinbrrcil llntat n f rubatc cirrl fc.4i'tn"
at JliddleU'rv wilhin and ior the 1 jlrict .f ALiHeuJ
on li4 lfith iUy of Jl.iy A. I). 1S44-
Eliia- l'eck adiair.iblraUr ofthe esUte of
hte of CcrnwaU ia sid District decrafeil. pr irctt
his adniini.tn.tion arrountfora!ta.rani:e ll i?lh-jre-npou
ordeicd, thjt a.ii 1 account tc examir.cd ,r al
kmacce.ata tes.'ua. f said Ccnn fllclda: thuvf
Cce of ttic Itegiatcr fnaid Coart in aij Mi.j L lt:o ,
im Thcrsday ilis 20;h day of June ncxt at t,e o'n.MTk
in the aftriuaun, anl iliat noiice thtfreof bn g.icn to
all perjopa irtelt-Ud, tliat they inay sije.i Jai
ciake their o!jrii..ri', if acy they nuj Laie. to j
allawancc cf Raid acccunt, hy puhli?li n n n
copy cf ihi order ia tlie Nortiiern Galaxy a uit:.
per orinte.! at raUI AliJdlebory ihrre i-tL nncw
noly pretioiu to t! e limc cf said Couit.
J S JlushntU, Keg.
A Jrrc copy of Rtcord.
Atleit J S EiuhncU, Reiu'cr. ST
SrATn OF VKtMONT,
District of Addvacn ss. )
13e it rcratu! crc!. that ct e Pntiatp r-i"r ) t
denst ili-VJetur, witbicaidfjit. . f
AdJistm on "he Ib:t: day of May j
latesftaiil Middlebury decea'ed, inajcea an;! fafl .
.naYaieat oftte d.!. i.f llie iIkwkI r-'t. rl
)i ar I'rosi ihe espiraiioa of ihc time bcrn i c ..
led hv- thia Cuuit: ll is ibeicupsn oriter l.j j
jaid applioali.jn I e c:.nidi-rml hy ihij t' rr, ut
fsioii ihcr.f, Iu 1 e held al Uts otSce of t'.'a liz
If r of ai J CVu. t iu sai.l Mi.idir!iuy, . n i .? .v
t!ie 20:!i djy of Juie nt-xt at oce o'ci'ick i:i r! a ,il.t .
ncoii, and tltal notito lliereuf L'r iriTCfMo wl: , ,'.ir
interettid, hy liMiliing( a crrs.bed op t to . o.t e;
iu tlte ?,i.rthrrn GaUxv a r.ruiiiL-iiwri.niiiH : t
! M ddhfcsrj ihree wetks kji-cc.sivcK p c ou. u,
l mr of aidCo::tt.
J. S. BuihuU Reutcr.
c true copy of record,
Alleil J. S. Hiknetl Reghler. 3
StAiL UF ! hJI l.NT,
Be it rcai-mlertfil, tiut. at a IVjlstc Coti-
f.aldcri tl Miuidcbuti iisahl distticL v.- a. 11..U
dsv cf II-v 1841.
N.iraan Teypcr ind Rjfm Perkiiu eier itori
the last will and trsttmcnt of
lale of caid M.ddleLsry drc4ad, pre?ei.t ih.-irarf-
mi.iicir.ition acrount fwr uikwancr : It t th ri .
ordrred, that said account Le x iinirtcd fir s -
nt a insirin cf k.iiJ Couxl to hs htl.i ul ihe oU s -llie
Kejnttr of -.id Ci.uil ir. t.id t; . ,i .
Tfaurad-v te 2Cl!i ,'ay of June nrst at rnn . 'l .
in the aturnoon, and iLit nelire tht-rrt.f I r j tr ,
all pern intrretlad, ilii they may appe.r -1
uiake their fdijectica, ifvn th-y n.av rzr, u '
allouncc of iid civUttt Ly pit'bliln.: 1 1- it.'r
copy of ikii rder in ihe fi.'iliirrn ;.d-. h
ppr prinledat mit ."lii.VItlxny ll-rT cui. ' -cebelv
preiioci to ile lirae of ak! 4'c n:t.
J. S- IlushncU Xtgitf.
A tme cojiy uf Reemd,
3 Ailtit J. S. Bvtkr.cll Rer't'.'r.
AT CLARENDON SrKINUS, ;U
r, AV;P HODGJUN. trv
fl t!'-' onginal propnetor pf !..
i lj above establiihinrnt. ar.iu -sg52to
the public ihat the s.i.o b .
this Spring undergone a tborou;h ar: i -r,r.:-plcte
rcnovation, aml isnewly lurairhtd r.id
iitted for the cornfnrt and convetiience cf in
validi nndth" rrcepticu of fasbionablc corn
pany. parties of plcasure, tcc. Ac.
Of the raedical propertirs of these watcrs,
uoihing need be said. Huudrcds who havc
provcd their virtue, are ready to lestify "ib-it
nhcrcas they were oace bliud they nuw aec,"
and llioujli once larae and iuGrm "they iiow
can leap for Joy."
A LADIES" SCHOOL
is now iu succcisful opcraticn, condut tcd by
.'lissJ.iM. binith r IvocKiagliau), ' .'ir
able and r.ccompliihcd i:!?tructrt?... vbr
rtill civesuch yocns Iad:c as nisli to rcs i'i
impaircd health aijd al the same t'u.it tfrt
to!i:crary pnrsuit;, an oppurlunny c i iprt.''
mg s few wecus uiost plevsariily, ai:J a. ; :n
The subcriber pledgcs hunfrlf to mrl.
mny pleaae t'. faver him with their ;-v.
that they sbillgo away sifisf-cd nh l i? s
commodations -sd his chargcs f'.r t"v f r. f.
Clarebdon Spn. May 1, 1S14. :?
Df) TOU W'lrf i A GDOl) RAii'iM.s
Tbea csll, examiEe aid purcfnus soi". '-i:
fVoin lhclaig-t,l-eNtsnd cbcspcit t?c i . iG -
ot 1 c icucd in thc County.
itay 22, 18J 1. IRA STEWAT, 7.
BOAPHIt ILnicing, a largo sto. k, j.
C rec'il nnd oifcred !oir bv
Muy 1,1341. A.'FRANCls
CARPET Warp, Cotton Yarn, Slicrp
Twine. n new supp'y hy
Mny 8tb 1844. A. FRANC11.
CAPS, Velvet.Boys Fancy do ("r.ii!(v
Glarc'I do. Sportsmcn Wool do jui re -ccived,
for sa'e at STEWAItTS.
A LARGE lotof Unbrell.is nnd Pin-
soh, cheap for cash nt STEWARTS.
.c , , . , i , i
SSkW Sl E U A R Tb
-,-gfl ft4 g--tfTj
J B.I1A lPR y W-SiSo
, ,. n,i f,-,.
1 IlP I.'irgCSt, ChcapCSt anti Dr.-t
Stock of Goods cvcr ouercil m tnis mi'k't
comirising almot every raiieryof kiml,
style nnd name, which were bouht lv
with cash nnd which nr; SELLING CI c
RAPIDLY at a small advanco rro,,, Co r,
, , , , i- v '
May 8th 1811. -
ijpiAME iuto the enclosure of the sub.-r
"cr. ou uie ltu a & "V"
some white upou her and a young Oa... i
owncr is requeated to prove propctty p y
eharges and take them away.
. - t . t j r . 1.
. 1 ' 1 t'i-J:"
Middlebury. Jlay aitn, suvr
ESS PORK, for Sle hy