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THB AROUSE OF TIIE MAS3ES.
GREAT RATIFBJATION CONVEN
The sccno upon tho ground bcggars
oe6cription, and we shall make no at
ternpt to dcscribe it. Tho numbers pres
cnl were vnriously cstimated from twenty
(o 30,000 ; but the most prevalcnt opin
ion ntiKinp ihose with whotn we convers
t d, nnd who wcro situated so as lo havca
survpy of thc miglity mullitude, as, that
wcrc 23,000 cn the ground. It was, ns
wnn well remarked by ono of Iho speak
crs, atasl sea ofhum'an beings, all ani
mnted nlike with an nrdent ntlachaient
tothe glorious principlcs of our Conslitu.
tion which arc indenlical with. those of
Iho Whig pariy and detcrmincd to '-do
or dic" in their support and triumphant
It was a proud, a glorious day. and a
snre precursor of tho signal success of ihe
Whigs in August and November. With
perfect confidcncc, wo assurc our friends
abroad, that Indiana will be nay, is
The Convention was addrcssed by the
Hon. Hcnry Lane. Horacc P. Itiddle,
Esq., nnd tho Hon. S. W. Parker. A
scrits of admirable resolutions wcro ndop.
lnd. nnnrovinr cf Mr.Clny's lcttcr on
Anncxation of Texas. and the Ieading
tncasurcsoftho Whig party.
Wmo Mass Meetixg at West Ches
tek: PnaADELrniA. June 7th. P. M.
The rcsponse givcn to tho nominations
of tho Baltimore Uonvcnlions ycsteraay
xt Westchester. was ono ol tho most
ralifjing charactcr cvcr whnesscd. Tho
nunibcr ot Wlngs is uelicvea 10 navo uci-u
lesa than 10,000 while near 2,000 ladies ;
"raced the mceting with their presence.
It was a glorious gathcrtng, and ono
which West Chester will ever remcmber
OrThe Whig Stntc Convention of
Jilnssachusetts has nominatcd the prescnt
incumbcnts, Gov. George N. Firiggs and
licut. Gov. Jobn Recd, for re-elcction.
The. combination which has for some
time been forming tho various tailsof the
democracyv' to brcak down Mr. Senator
Bcnton, serms to bo daily gathering
flrcnglh. Tho mcans which aro taken
to effect bis politital ovcrthrow nnd to os
traciso him from hts party, arc formcd
much ofthe samc inatcrial that sccured
the diiconifciture of Mr. Van Ilurcn. and
arestrikingly illustrntivc of tho selfish
r.ess of tho inodcrn democralic principlc.
The Wushington Corrcspondcnt of thc
Boston Courier remarks, that thc vctoon
the Texas qucstion in the House, is sym.
holical of the growing avcrsinn to Rcn
lon amid the Dcmocratic ranks. It is
eaid to have bccn intended as snch a
deinonstralton. Evidently, this and oth
cr indications of hoslilily, have nnimated
tbezeal of bis opponcnts. Mr. Calhoun's
organ, the Spectator, late so passive under
the attncks of the Dcntonians, is now
furiously assailant. Wc are to belicve
that thc frionds ofthc Nullificr think the
prcsent a favornble opportunity "(o fecd
iht the nncicnt grudgo they bcar" the
Western leoder of Democracy. Mr.
Calhoun himsclf lovrs bcltcr "to relurn,
than forgive an injury, as he is much
rnore vindictivc than magnanimous.
Tho Aiirnra herc, comes down furiously
upon thc whiloin cliampion o( thc demo
Mr. Benton has commitled an crror
(fiayslbc Aurora that cannot bucatily
ntomd for, by his rccklcss, headlong,
mu!e liko opposition to the vcry mcasure
upon which thc grcat democratic party
cxpcct to come into power in thc rnpidly
apjiroaching contcst. He has furnishcd
our ablc though rcckless cncmy, with am
unition to batter down thc rcpublican for
trcss with which thegrrat battlo is to be
lought. He has struck a deadly blow at
the vory intercst it was his first and high.
cst duty to fostcr nnd protcct. Express.
Congress adjourned ou the 17th inst. The
uation rejoiccs. From the commenccment
ofthe sessionuothing good was expected from
the acts ofthe House of Representatives.
They have done as much mischief as lay in
their power. Never was there a more sbamc
less violation of the laws and constitution
than was perpetratcd in the admissiou of thc
zeneral tickct members. The Loco majority
in the House would have repcaled the Tariff
rtlipnlaredto have done so. At least two
ihirds ofthe time of thisbody has been devo
ted to makiDg buncombe spccches upon bun
combe resolutions upon which no legislative
action was proposed. The Representative
H all has been convertcd into an arena of gla
datiou, in the course of which members have
indulged in the most disgraceful secncs of
Towdyism and personal abusc ever enactcdin
a legislatire assemlily. In these infamous
proceedings we do not recollect a single in
ttance where the censure did not chiefly at
tach to the Loco Foco members. Down to
the very last day of the session the Locos
neglected the busincssol tbe nation in setting
political dap traps to spring upon the wbigs.
A vast amonnt ofbusiness was crowded down
to the close ofthe session, and in the hurry
and conrusion multitudcs ofimportant bills of
j public and private character have been lost.
But the Senate we rejoiceto say have been
prompt in the discharge of their duties.
"Wben all else was faithleis, this noble body
ofmen have been faithfulto themselves and
their couutry, in the rejection of theinfamous
Texas treaty, and the corrupt nominations of
Jobu Tvler, they crowned themselves with
nnfadinglaurels. Honor to the Whig Sen
ate. They have saved the nation. They
have preserved tbe Tariff indircctly.
(T?Wb;cs at Alexandria. D. C, to the
amonnt of 7 or 8000 held a mecting a few
davs since. Lnthusiastic addresses were
made by sevcral gentlemem of distinction and
ainong othcrs Mr. Botts and Mr. Collamer
of Vsnnont. Everywhere mcetings are being
held through tbe country. Tbe Jwhig fires
Inrn brlght and stcady.
Latest frorn Mexico. It may not bo recol
lccted by all our readers that Jobn Tyler,
about thc time we tbink, that ho prescuted
the Texas Treaty to the Senate, sent C61.
Thompson to Mexico to procure tbe conscnt
of that country. The mission has failed of
its objcct. The Mexicans are loud in their
denunciations against the treaty. Fourtccp
thousand troops had been asscmblcd at Vera
Cruz, aud large military stores were arriving
there. It was rumored however at Washing
ton since the adjourament of Congress that
Mexico for a consideration, would give up her
title to Texas and that Jobn Tyler would calj
Congress togcther soon to act upon the sub-
ject. A messenger has arnved, but the above
rumor was beliered to be false and tbe contra
ADDISON COUNTY AGRICULTU
Meeling ofthe hoard of managert.
In pursuance of a call madc by the
President, tho board of managers conven
cd at tbe Vermont Hotel, Juno 13, 1844.
Appoinlcd L. D. Gregory Sec Protem.
Votcd that tho Fair be held at Middle
bury, on the first day of Oct. next.
Adoptcd the following rules and regu
Iations in addition to those adoptcd at a
REGULATIONS OF THE FAIR.
I. A clcrk shall be appointcd by the board
cf managers who shall occupy a conven.
icnt stand near the placc of e.xhibition,
who shall make entrics of all animals and
othcr propctty ofTercd for e.xhibition parlic
ularly spccifving the samc with the num-
l ber of its entrv. and deliver out to tbe own-
ner 0f the animals orarticlcs socntcred, a
card containins the numbcr only, of sucb
cntry which card shall bcafBxcd to tlicar
ticlc or atticles so entered, or in the caso
of animals, tho card mny bc afTixcd either
to the animnl or pin in sucli a mnnncr as
to bo Icgiblc to the cxnmining Coinmit
tce. . II. No animals or other property enter
ed for premium shall be rcmoved from
their pens or their respective places until
4 o'clock P. M., unlcss by permissiun ofa
mcmber of the committce of arrangemcnt.
III. Applirnnts for prcmiums on ani
mals will be prepared with writlen state
ments, accuratcly dctailing thc agc, and
tnethod of fecding, and may be required
to make oath to thc samc, which statc.
ments shall bc delivered to thc dcsk on en
teriug tho animals.
IV. All animals or othcr property cn
lercd for premiums should bc entered and
in thc rcspcctivo places bcfore 10 o'clock
A. M. on the day of the Fair, and no spec.
tators will bc allowed to bc pre$ent during
thc cxamtnalion of thc vicwing commit.
tcc unlcss rcqucstcd by said committce.
V. All the viewing cotnmittecs willen
tcr upcn their respcctivc duties at 11 o'
clock, and award nll prcmiums in wriling
signcd by thc inembcrs thcrcof giving their
nsscnt to the samc.
VI. Prcmiums on all property entered
exccpt crops and farms shall be award
cd and nublisliod on thc dav of tho Fair at
4 P. M.
VII. All person9 intcnding to compuie
for promitims on animals should give no
tice to the Sccrelary or a manager in wri
ting on or bcforo the "22a day of Septcm.
bcr next in ordcr that tho ncccssary ac
commodations shall bc madu for them.
VIII. Compotitors for premiums on field
cropj &hall lodge with the Secrctary a
spccification containing thc neccssary de
tails at least ten days beforo the anuual
mceting on the first Wednesday of Jan.,
and tho premiums on field crops nnd farms
shall bo awarded on thc day of thc annual
The following committce were appoint
cd (o award prcmiums.
Coji. ON TArtMS.
Scth Langdon jr., Now Havcn,
Samticl Jamcs, Weybridge,
Georae Gale, Bridport.
Com. ox CROPS.
Wightman Chapmnn, Weybridge,
D. C. Goodale, Addison,
Jonathan (libson, SailtSbury,
Ira GifTurd, New Haven,
Jamcs Fletcher, Bridport.
Coji. ox Cattle.
Calvin Solace, Bridport,
Heraan Barnum, Fcrrisburgh,
Rufus Wainwright, Middlebury,
Hydcr Barns, Addison,
Samucl Moorc. Shoreham,
CoM. os Horses.
Austin Johnson, Middlebury,
Samucl Cronk, Salisbury,
Joseph Simonds, Whiting,
John Wainwright, Middlebury,
Com. on SiiEcr.
Rodman Chapman, Vergennes,
Sylvcslcr Doud. New-Havcn,
John Sanford, Cornwall,
Simon Z. Walkcr, Bridport,
Ebenczcr Bush, Shoreham,
Com. ok Swise.
David Hazard. Fcrrisburgh,
Hnratio Plumley, New Havcn,
Olivcr Russel, Shoreham,
Job Lane, Cornwall,
Cyrus Porter, Middlebury,
CoM. ON FAnMtSG Ijiplements.
Ira Allen, Middlebury,
John Bnlluck Leicester,
Gustavus V. Cook, New Haven,
Samucl J. Nash, Bristol,
B. Tabor, Lincoln,
Com. on Houseiioi.d, and other Manu-
John Thompson, Vergennes,
Nathan Wood, Middlebury,
John B Huntley, Bridport,
Clark Rich, Shoreham,
Ira Stewart. Middlebury,
Com. on MlSCELLANEOpS Articles.
Isaac Drako, Weybridge,
A. P. Roscoe, Now Haven,
Hiram Munger, Middlebury,
Oscar P. Sheldon, Salisbury,
Myron W. C. Wright, Shoreham,
Com. on Dairt.
John M. Weeks, Salisbury,
Hepry Rodgcrs, Fcrrisburgh,
Samucl Hitt, Addison,
George Fisher, Waltham,
Com. on Fruits,
Charlcs Lindslcy, Middlebury,
Eben Mathews, Cornwall.
Jarvis Hoag, Starksboro,
Alcxander liusli. Panton.
S. W. Jewett, Weybridge
Coi. or Arranoejients.
W'alter S. JonNso.N,
EUWAUD J. PllELI-S,
GEORiJE W. ClIArM AN
ADDISON CO. MEDICAL SO
CIETY. At the last annual mceting of thc So
ciety, the following gentlemen were clec
tcd to the respcctive officcs namcd:
Joel Rice, M. D. Bridport, President.
Dan. C. Stone, M. D. Vergennes, Vice
S. Pearl Lathrop, M. D. Middlebury,
Secretary and Treasurer.
II. A. Smith, M D. Ncwhaven,
A. Bradford, M. D. Vergennes,
J. A. Allen, M. D. Middlebury, Ccn-
Attcst S. Pearl Lathrop, Sec.-
For the Notthern Galaxy.
Manyof our Loco Focos in
this State feel disposed to censure the do-
ingsottne lateL.oco t3nrention at .baltimore,
on the ground of their not obeying their in
structions and nominatinjr Mr. Van Burcn.
It is well known, that niany states, that never
diu, nor never will, give iVlr. Van IJuren an
electoral vote, had delerates in that conven-
tion.iustructed to support Mr. Van Bureu for
1 resiuent. liut allerthe convention met and
comparin notes from all the states represent
ed, and findins that Mr. Van Buren would
not have been clected by the people in 1636
had the counties of AUegnany and L.ancas
ter in l cnnsyivania given tho same vote m
j 183C, that they gave in 1810, the Whigs in
! 183C,havins no recularnominated candidato,
I and being beaten in 1840 by 145,000 majority
j by ueueral llamson. that Uonvention could
j come to no otber couclusion.incase Mr. Van
( Burcn was nominatcd, but he mustbe beaten.
i They, therefore, many of them, in order to
, obey their instructions and vote for Mr. Van
liurcii, first voteu for the two thiru rulc, in
ordcr that he might reccivo the vote necessa
ry for a uomination. They then found that
no onc of their traiucd colts could obtain the
nomination under that rulc, they put a new
pony on tbetrack, and such an onc as no
one cared whelhcr he even beat or not, so
far as mcu were conccnied, leaving it for the
scveral states to run whom they pleascd and
if possible carry the election into the House
of Representatives, where they have a much
uetter cnancc, than with the people.
X. Y. Z.
BRIGHTON MARKET. Monday,
June 17, 1844.
Reported for tiie N. E. Farmer.
At Markct, 300 Beef Cattle. 10 pairs
w orking Uxen, 2200 bheep and lambs,
and 020 awinc.
Prices. Bcef Cattle. Priccs have
advanccd, and we advancc ourquotations,
viz. ,.xtra $o,u0. rirst quahty, SD,25.
Seconii quality 54 7u a 5. I hird, S4.50.
Wo also noticcd four sold for So,t2.
Working Oxcn. Sales 05, 70 nnd
Sheep. "Dull." Sales of I.ambs from
81.12 to 2. Old Sheep from S2 to 3
Sevcral hundrcd Shccp unsold.
WOOL. Soles of this article has been
mnde durins the weck, toafair cxtcnt,
without any essenlial change in prices,
J Tho wool of Iho now clip begins to come
! into marKct, in small quantities, but opcra
I tions (o much cxtcnt have not as yet
I'rime or Saxony Fleeces, washed, lb.
45 n 48c. Amcrican full blood, do 43 a
45 -Do 3-4 do 37 a40 -Do. 1-2 do 3a 3
35 1 4 and common do 23 a 32
The Culd Water Aujiy of Shore
ham, will rendezvous atthe mecting house
in that town, at 10 o'clock, on the 4th of
Sevcral addresses may be expected from
gentlemen invitcd for the occasion, and
the exercises uill be cnlivenfd by singing
of tcmperance odes, in which the whole
army will join. After the addresses the
army will form and march to a neighbor-
ing grove where tcmperance rations wil
be abundantly furnished. The friends of
the causc everywhere are respecifully in-
vited to attend.
ADDISON COUNTY LIBERTY CON
TION. Thursday, July 9th 1814, 10 o'clock A. M.
Tbe Liberty men of Addison County one and
all are iuvited to assemble in Convention at
Bristol Village for the purpose of nominating
a Liberty Tickct for the State Senate and to
transact other business. Rer. John Pierpoint
of Boston is expected to address the Conven
tion. By order of County Com.
Hon. iMvron Lawre.nce, of Belchertown,
Mass., is expected to dtliver the Oration be
fore the Associated Alumni of Middlebury
College. at the approacbing Commcncemcnt,
which occurs this year on the last Wednes
day of July, instead ofthe third Wedacsday
of August, as beretofore. Printers in the
State are requested to nolice the change.
ADDISON COUNTY BIBLE SO
CIETY. Thc first annual meeting of thc Ad
dison Co. Bible Society will be holden in
Vergennes on the last Wednesday of June,
being the 2Gth. Addresses are expected
from the Rev. J. Meacham, Rev. J.Leon
ard and Ed. Seymour Esq. It is hoped
that much interest willbefeltin the meet
ing, and that many will be present.
WiIl the paper? of the county please
S. PEAIU LATHROP, Sec.
FIRE INSDRANCE MEETING.
Notice is hercby given that the Annual
Meeting ofthe Rutland and Addison Mutual
Fire Insurance Company will be holden at
the ofhce of E. June, in Biandon in tbe
County of Rutland, on Wednesday, the 3d
day of July next at one o'clock in the after
noon, for the purpose of choosing a Board of
Directorsand other necessary officers ofthe
Company for the year ensuin?, and for ad-
justing the losses and making thc necessary
assessments therelor, and lor tbe expenses ot
the Company for the current year.
oy order or tne Uirectors,
E. JUNE, Secretary
Pres't ofEce Brandon, I5th June, 1844.
Since I drove my Sheep to
East Middlebury twenty have
been stolen from the flock. They were-'
stamped with niy initials the B connccted
with the II. and a square erop on the right
ear. Whoever will give such information in
relation to said Sheep, tbat I can rcclaim
them shall be rcwarded with half the valuc of
the same wben missed.
Middlebury, June 24th, 1844.
On Friday. 2lst June, in this Villaee oron
the road to Town Hill, New Haven, a small
wallet containing 25 or 30 dollars. Whoever
has found the same, will pleasc give informa
tion and strikc a dividcnd.
A. P. BEEMAN.
New Haven, Jnne 24th 1844. 8;3w.
The New and Elegant Boat
G A K JL A N 1) ,
CAPT. A. P. IIOBART,
WILL commence her resular trips be
tween this City and Buffato in con-
nection with the Packet, J. SHERMAN,
runnmg night and uay as lollows:
This packet ia finis
hcd in a style unsur-
nassed by any Packet e.ther on the North
ern or western uannl. rier uooms are
large and airy, her arrangemeuts are such
that seventy-fivo to eighty can be accom
modated with berths without inconveniencc.
An experienceil Captain nnd crew will
spare no pains to make a journey from this
placc to uuttaio pieasant. .very taciliiy
will be givcn to Familics who wish to board
themselves. For furthcr narticu'ars cn-
n it, a n . . I . . . .
JOY & WKB3TER, BufTalo,
W.M. STIMPSON, S N. Y.
Vergennes, June 19, 1844. 8;6m.
THIS is to certify tbat 1 have given my
sons llieron U. bergusou and Alfrcd B.
Ferguson, their time, to act for themselves.
I shall pay noneof their debts, orclaim any
of their earniugs.
Starksboro, June 1st, 1844. 7;3ir.
The machines at the old stand of D. P.
Nash in first rate rcpair. and tho business
of Wool Carding will be continucd on rea
sonablc terms and in a workman like mrin
ner. C.L. SMITH.
New-Haven East Mills, June lst. 1844. 7
Tho Partnership hcretofore existing under
the firm of DUSTIN & RISING, is this day
dissolved by mutual conscnt.
A. R. RISING.
Middlebury, May 11th 1844. 7;3w
LOOK kT THIS.
THE Subscribcr has taken a shop in tbe
lowcr part ofthe buildim; occupied by
Harvey Wilco.x. where ho is rcady to wait
upon all who mnj favor him with a call.
Having had ycars ot cxpcncncc in thc lino
HAIR CUTTING & SHAVING,
he feels confident that those who may favor
him with an onnortunity to cxcrcise his
skill in these mattcrs, will not go nway dis-
nppointcu. 1 crtect satisfaction given or no
charges madc. Constamly on hand and
for safc, a gcneral assortment of
for children nnd also
CO NFECTI O JTA RY
of cvery kind at the lowest prices. The
hungry can also be accommodated with the
substantials of life in rooms neatly fittcd up
for that purpose.
Thc shon has underzone an cntirc and
thorough repair nnd its proximiiy to the
coohng waters of Utter Ureck, and the in
vi"oratincbreezes that follow it course rcn
ders it n deliubtful rctreat from the hcat of
a summer's sun, and dust that at times ren
ders shnps on the streel so insuppormble
Ho hopcs to receive the calls of his old
friends and as many new ones as possible.
A. R. RISIVG.
June 11th, 1811. 7;3m.
GENTS Goat Skin Bootecs, a good ar
ticle for summer wear. iust rec'd by
BROWN &. SHELDON.
DATENPOKI & TURNEB,
WnllT.T) !n form fh(.ir nafmnfi and the nnhlir
gencrally, tKat thcy.have renewed their leae of
the manulacturing lablishmenl ot Ine Middle
bury itlauufacluring Co. fur a term of jears
with additional facilities fordoing buiDe3. They
are also raaldng somo valuablo oddilions fo their
finiihing macbinery aad improvemen gene
rally inttn:Iinc ttill to produce a
Lfgoods suitablc for tho U'orlliy Sont of tbe
Green Mour.tain State aud tbcirNeighbors on
the oppoiile fidc of the Lake.
They will receivo Wool !o manufacture on
shares or by tho yard and will keep an extrnsive
aisurttnrnt of ccds on hand which they will
excbangc for Wool, or advance on AVool Iefi lo
manuf.cture. They would again tender their
gralelul acknowIedcmcn(s to their palrons for
their favors and rc-assure them that cfibrlt will
not ho uanling to mrril tbeir fullest confidence.
iirP TERMS adapled to the TIMES
Middlebury, Ma) 29.
PAPER. Hangings, n large stock', just
rec'd and ofTercd low by
May 1, 1344.
FINE CLOTH CAPS, new style for
Gents wear, by
BROWN & SHELDON.
HATS AND CAPS.
Spring pattem, fine Mole skin, Leghorn
Double and Single Brim, Silk, Velvet and
Cloth Caps at BIRGE'S.
CHOICE GROCERIES. Almost erery
article that is wanted in a family selected
with care, rusnT Ki.TD asd rjticr.
Just received by A. FRANCIS.
AT THE POST OTFICE.
is now receiving from
New York, several
new consignments of '
School, Classical and
MisceUaneous Books t- i
Pamphlcls; among which are the books puo-
lished by M. H. Newman and J. S. Taylor
& Uo. Tracts and books publisheu oy tno
Stationery, Faney Articles and Pictures.
Arrancements have been made for ordering
any Books that may be wanted, during open
Middlebury, aiay '-'a, 1B44. 4
The subscriber would iRform the nubtic that bc con-
tinues to keep a House of Entertainmcnt at his old
stand ia Salisbury. None will have any reason to
romplain of his wantof attentiontn hiscu'tomcrs,or
of the absence of any accommndation uhich can be
. ... ni i li
expcctea aia couniry uouse. ine resoiuiion iw a
taken to banisli liquor from his house, he trusts will
secure him Ihe patronage oi all those niw are sin
ccrely desirous of promolin the cause of Tcmper
ance. 111U.11AS y. tVC.Cl.LilU
Salisbury, May 20th, 1344. 3
SIX MONTRS TIME.
rrtft? ..i :i
THE subscribcr is now receivinc ( not
from New York Auction Shops, nor from 2d
hands, but from BOSTON,)a large and well
selected assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AyV
T f 1 T .
i l. . . n, fl " ,
time,' but aresolu Iower than at any cstab -
lisbment far or near. which claims thc name !
t lliA mrnA1'
of buying for 'cash,'' all of which oan be
seen at V. S. Johsson's
May 20, 1844. cheap cash store.
Iv IS. fo cliarge lor showmg uoodj
JUST received 4 cases of those superior
Elm St, Hats, (which have taken the premi
um at thc Quincy Hall fair for the last three
years) which are far superior in quality and I
style to any that can be found at any retail i
llat Shop in Washington St. For sale very
low forcash by B . S. Johnson.
May 20th, 1844.
SUPERIOR Camphene Linsced and Lamp
Oil, Conal Varnish, White Lead, and Glass for
saie at tne cncan oasn store ol
American, English, O. S. Russia & Swedes
Iron, American & English and Blistsr & Cast
Steel. Nails and Kail Rods &c. &c for sale
cheaper tban ever at
An axtensive assortmentof Hardware, of avery
naine and dcscription, ever nsed in an any civil-
izea community, may dc touna at
Codosb, Salmon, & Mackerel, for sale by
A large varicty sold cheap by
May 14, 1844, Broicn cy Sheldon.
COA TS, VESTS & PANTS,
of every variety ofstyle and quality, fumishcd at
short notice, cheaper than ever before offered, by
may 14, ic-i-i. Jiroicn tf Shcldnn.
THE liES'P l.?.:fTP7',irbv'P
of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, in the coun
ty, will be found at
Broicn y Shcldon's.
Turk's Island, Ooarsc Westem & Fine Dairy
juu, juai rrceiveu at is IhWAK X a,
WOOL &. CARPET TU'INI!.
For sale at STEWARTS.
FOR THE LADIES!
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Moushnde Latncs. French Prinls, Amcrican do.
c-i J"5' upenca anu ieiiirig last at
Rouen and Fancy Cassimeres, for Sammer
Pants Fancy, Cbecks &c, for coats, Jlarsaicles,
mui ou5, cdua auu veiver, vesunij at
Anice lotofFancy Gimps Fringes Velvet
Satin and Crimpt, Spring Riubons just from New
Looking Glasscs, of all sizes and prices at
PT nTTi ra dc
JUST rec'd an assortment Mcn's Youth's and
nuaren s uiotn tJaps tor sale low by
, ., m Z- BECKW1TU & CO.
April 22, 18.
STONE AVARE &c.
JUST rec'd a lot of Stone and Brown Earthen
Wareof all descripu'ons for sale at Factory prices
uy iA. oiin. v 1 1 u. oo uu,
April 32, 1814.
it TnE olo sTjtNn a- tew rods
NORTn TIIE JIIL.
THE subscribcr would inform the
public that he has on hand a large assortment of
piacK ana araD ats ot tne latest JNew-Yort Qsh
ions, which he oQcrs lower roa Cisn on most
kinds or 1'rodcce than can be bought in this
N. B. The highest rrice will be paid for lambs
HUUi iuiu muajiidt amus. J. J.
Middlebury, April 17, 1844. 51;tf.
all colors, sold by
Broicn j- Sheldon.
WILSOrrSHoes anice article, just received
anaiorsaie, 'cneaper tnan tne cheapest at
THIS day opening by the subscriber a
splendid stock of fresh and desirablc
goods, embracingall the rarielics of
RICH AND FASHIONABLE GOODS
offered in thc market, he has taken the ut
most pains in his selection as to style, quality
and price. All wishing for good bargains will
do well to call. He will say jwsiticely he is
not to be undcrsold, and his motto is to un
dersell, knowing that small profits and quick
returns will cnsure sucess to the trader and
satisfaction to the buyrr.
P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall, April 29th, 1844.
THE subscriber coulinues the
PAINTING 4- CHAIR
business, at the shop lately occnpied by
solicils a sbare of the patronago of the public.
C H A I R S
Will be kept constantly on hand at reasonable prices.
MIiTliG done at short
notice, and panicular atlention giren
llocsE f AiSTua and IMriRiKO.
tfj" All orders in his line will ,
bc promptly attended to.
Middlsbury, April 29, 1844. 3tf
REVOLVING HORSE RAKES.
THE subscriber has re-commenced the
manufacture of tliese rakts, and will be
pleasedto receive orders for them, and soon,
to save expense in delivering them.
He will furnish rakcs superior to any now
in use, repair old ones if desried, or make
parts to order.
He will make a fcw extra fine tccth rakes
for gathering the finest hay. and raking after.
Drat Rakes also for sale.
Shoreham, June 1844. 5;tf.
Ladies black, dark, and light Kid; Bajous
manufacture, white and black silk do. iisle
thread, mohair and lacc do. cotton, Iinen and
pic nic do. bl'k mohair aud fancy silk mitts;
gents rubbcr kid do; gents lisle thread linen,
cotton, and buckskindo; child's cotton do.
for sale by BROWN & SHELDON.
PARASOLS &c. A fine lot of Parasols
and Unibrellas. iust rec'd. at
April, 17. 1844.
NO I ICF.
Whereas my wifo ANNA, has left my bed
and hoanl, and refuses to Iive with me. I
hereby notify the public that I will pay no
debts of ber contracting after this date.
GEORGE II. 'SUMNER,
Bristol, May 20lli, 1814. 3;3w.
ATS, Leghorn, Palm leaf , men's wide
lirun do, tor sale at S l KWAK 1&.
Tho largest, cheapest and best
i Stock of Gootts cvcr offered in this markct
icoinprisinK a most every vanety of kind,
eM,. ' n . ntnn u,u t.J
: with cash and which ar2 SELL1NG OFF
! .' - .
UAF1DLY at a stnn.ll ndvanrc from Cost,
hy A. FRANCIS.
May 3th 1311.
GEORGE S. SWIFT,
ATTORMEY AUD COUMSELOR AT LAW.
Oljicc in tiie Koom occupied bu (he Counh
j ticr.-, tn lyaimcrtglit s bnck lSuilding.
iUarcn, 2Gth IB44. 47;tf.
NEW GOODS AGAIN.
BROWN & SHELDON, have just re
ceived a new lot of Summer Goods,
consisting of Balzorines, Printed Canibrics,
Ribhons Sec, together with a large nssort-
nicnt ot bnglish anu Aim.'ric.in l weeil
Cassimeres, and everv varicty of goods for
summer Coat" and Pants, aud Boy's sum
mer clothcs ; which will lie sold very chenji
June 3d, 1844.
THE Subscribcr liasins opcned an Ofllceforthe
transfttion of Tiw businsss, would inform the
public that he will be ready to wait upon all uh
may have o:caiion fur his prulessional semees at
his OfTice orcr the Slore of Ira Stenart Esq. a
few doors south of the Post OIice,
EMERSON R. WRIGHT.
Middl bury lan. 8, lSii.
The celebratcd Risley 5c Co. Gardcn Sccds
Also the Shakcr Sceds from Eufield, warran
ted superior and ofthe growtb of 18-13.
For sale by Z. BECKWITH & Co.
A large Lot of Window Blindsand Sash at
very low prices, by Z. HU.t.KVlitl OCLo,
Middlebury April 6th, 1844.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
C. BIRGE, is now receiving his nstial Va
ricty of fashionable staple&fancy Dry Goods.
New Spring patterns, and cheap as ever of
fered lor Casii.
April 10. 1844.
Ladies and Misscs Florence Braid, Straw
and Cyprcss Bonnets, Artificiah andRibins
April 10 2841.
CILK, Cyprcss, & Wil low Bonnctj.just
''rccciveu, anu lor sale oy
Nor. 27 1S13.
Oilcd floor Cloth, Matting aud Carpetings,
April 10. 1814.
llalzorinc, Sup. Mous Do Laine, Ging-
liams, 1'nnts, i-cjust received at,utlliit,'
Cloths, Cassimeres Vestings, Tweed Cas
simeres and othcr Siunmcr Cloths lor ucn
tlemcns wearjust received at BIRGE'S
PAPER HANGINGS &c.
1,000 picces Paper,
just received and very cheap at BIRGE'S
April JU, 1644.
inn KtioVfnla fnrn fnr enlf hv
Orn p. v. COLLINS.
Cornwall, Fcb. 20, 1844.
sflAP AUGERS A new article of Can
Augers which every farmer desirous of
cood fences should have, for sale by
P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall, Feb.29, 1844.
SPRUCE CLAPBOARDS AND PLANK
A auantitv of Soruce Clapboards and
clear stuft", Spruce Planks well seasoned for
saleby P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall Feb.29,' 1844.
A SMALL FARMor House. Barn. Shed, &
Wheelwrigbt shop wiih 5 acres of most eicellent
landfor sale the above is beautii'olly situated
about one mile south o: the Baptist Mecting
house in Cornwall, and a very desircble place for
a mechanic, Whcelwright, Carpenler & Joiner
or almost any mechanic who wants a few acres
ofland easily tilled,and vcry proddctive, and will
besold cheap. A reasonable credit would be giv
en lorpartot tne paymeui u ucsncu. uunc
of Ward Stow on the premises, or of the subscri
bcr. It will be sold soon.J
A small Orchard and excellent cardenjCTonnds
well watcred, a nrell and cislern on the above
L-uniwail, iua, wiu. itfit.
1RISH LINEN, superfine. the lest qual
ity for gents wear, fine and common do. for
sale by BROWN & SHELDON.
FINDLAY'S TIIISTLE THREAD, is
the best spool cotton importcd, and is sold
only by BROWN & SHFLDON.
RICII SILK and Cashmcre Vestings,
at BROWN & SHELDON'S.
SHEEP SHEARS. a superior article.
and wool twinc. at
BROt 6: iHrvL.IJU.V!S
We the Subscritvrs bcinj cppo;nt'd by
tha Probale Court for the distrirt of A f
dison Commi'ionors to receive, e.tunntio,
andadjust all claims anddemands of all por.
socs against the estate of
late of Salisbury in said districl deceascif
represcnted insolvent nhn nll claims nnd
demand'i e.xhibited in off-el thercto; nnd
si.x montha from the 13t!i dny of Juno
1844 being allowi-d by said Court for that
purpose, we do therelim; !ive iintice that
wo will altcnd lo the business ofour snid
nppointment at the dwellintr houso nf John
J. Kehcy in Salisbury on iAj first Mon lav
in July and Decembor iro.it fiotn nine o'
clock A. M. until four P. M. on eacb of
Oscar'P. Shelden, Comnmissioncrs.
Epenelus Brush, j
Vated at Salisbury, this lth day of June
A.D. 1844. 8-
THGSuWriberf nre bappy lo inform tlielr oS
and new customcrs. ai well il.e public generallj
tlut they Iiave just rcfeivcd a well clccled orl
ment ofgtxxl fruin the Boston and New Ywk niar
kcia, iteculiarly adapted to Country trailc. At tbs
unprecedcntcd low prices ot goods in market i arcr
uell ajnured tliatwe shall not be ancleroM Ijany
one. We are determlned to retider to the Farmer
and Mechanic an equ.rjlenl for their prodoce which
hjj fallco to thft lowcst point. We can cooci ire ot
no reason that will justily AiKtxo oldhigiipki
cziforgoodj nhen every thin tliatis-reuiieied in
payuoent is hy unavoidable ncccity at the loucsf
ebb. Our assortment eomprifies gods ofthe latest
itwnon Kiecieu loriue Uoubic purpose PaaDS
the cve and dumbil ly. Wc haie of.
Droad Cloths and CnssiniArc n clioice as
sortment. Goods for suininer wenr. fnr
Gent's VCStintr.S n liripri.ir tnt TtiT-7r..Tnaa m
rich article for Ladies ilresses, Printed
Lawns of n superior quality, Frcnch, Enj
liah and American Pnnts, Bonntts a c hoico
lot. Bonnet RihboiiH tho greateMt varietv
and cxccedingly rich in fi'iire, Gimp--, Kid.
and Mobait and Silk Cloves. Lacfs nnd
tUgings, llosery, Lndh-s Cravats, Si!k
Cravnts, Parasols, fcc.J&c.
tlard Warc, Crockcrj-, Dry
as choicc an nssortincnt as can ho found in
We respectfullv invitc ihe nuli'ie to rall
nnd cxnniine our goods nnd priccs. Mot
Kiniis I'rouuce tnKen in paymcnt rir rooil,
nnd cash wi'l .not he refused if ofiered.
A. CHAPMAN & SON.
N. D. Also on hand nnd for sa'c a -rnoil
supply of Wool Twinc, nnd Sheep bltcnrs.
Miiliilctiury Juno lutli 1311. A. & Sut
CASH paid for good Flreco Wool. Days
of dclivcry Wcdncslavs nnd SatuV-
day?. A. CHAP.MAN & SON.
June 20th IS41.
S CASES Parasols and UinLrclIns, jujt
f" rec u nnd cncan enoiiL'li liv
Thc Safefcribcr having rnageri r- Ira G.ilc i
experienced Carderfir thr emsuii, will cominenn?
Wuul Carding un the Itt tlf July. The Dniliiw
will be iu gooil ordcr and tiie putilic may dfpcad cit
liaving tlwir wotk doneto their ratUfactioii.
Middlebnn-, June 2t, IS4 1. 1. STEWART.
OTTLED CIDEU, for sale hy
iiitun fi & sniiLuois.
New Slore New Firm New
BRLNSdlAID & BROTIIERS,
PANGBORN & nRINSilLVID.
ARE prrpareil to stll at ih luwrst Ilofl.n or
New Yoikpriccj, at ullealeor rclail, Watcues,
Clocks, Jewelut, (il.RJS Silveu, pUtedr
URtTjiXlflAanil uthcr Mrtnl Uixxli, GulpTnn-
BLES, SrECTlCLES, CllAIKS. KlSCS, PjJIJ,
Broociies, and all gootU in tltcline, an.l besidc
llie Fl.f est dctcriptiin r.f C.hiJj, no are kfeping n.
CTcat varicl y of GmhIs at nlmksale to mpply I'ed
Icts or others. to sell aainrand wc invite ciffs and
orders frwm abrnpd, assorin customers that thcr
will find Ihe Goods low, andof tbe qualiiy thcr ar
soldfrr. ' 1
We import Goods, orbnj ihcm nherevrrwe can
gclllxmto adranla.. and slullsell so tbat we can
gire our ciislnnicrs saiii.iction.
Orders fruni a iluiance attcmW to promptly, and
as goudUirgAins givcn, tosay tiie lcasl, a l.y per
sooal applicalion. CEucl or walclics by llic lU.s.
or Single. Weare AgenU for llic Dutnund ).iintril
Goli, I'ess, Fli NtTS, for Uurscs, and Muri
We have Witiow ffini, Covvs, Crc.-mi:,.
IIocsEKEEri.f o Articles, Rizors, and uthcr
Cutlery, Coxncsiox Fciikitpre, Ki.iii.io.
Tckle,Baskets,Stocxs, L'ollars, Sorr.s-
We haieDREssiiro Cases. U'ork Boxks.Mc.
sical I.istritmexts, 13 and Dovble Das
V'iols, .Melodia.ii. and most rmallcT irliuiner.t
of .Muiical MerchanriUe.
In short, we woul.l inst say tbnl wc Inrc a tcrr
cxten irc and raried asortine turAnierinin. Ens
nn, Ocrnun and Tjrts, FA.CY AKTICLEd,
and we are fully aware di.it the way to sell theni i
to put tl.em so LOW tliat lloston or New Yolfc will
not be a more brorable place lo boy lU-m. boy
for Cash. and sell lor Cash. Our customer can buy
as cheap tfere as at any othcr p.Ltce. )f snrnns
cliooses to tcnd us tbe Cash (or n Gntd or chlrer
Watch from a disiaoce, or arry other artielr, aml
leare tbe selection to us, tbey shall liae aoartirls
worth tbe mokct SE5T,aml if it docs not suit,
jt can ic exclttnged. Our ijilrer Spoons ircmao's
in our own shop.
rarticular altention paid to line Watrh rrn.irtrz
DRINS.MAII) 4- BROTIIERS.
BoitLi.iGTu.t, Vtnao.iT. 46"
DO YOU WISH A GOOI) HARUAIN J
Then call, exanu'ne and pnrchase somethinff
from the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goodi
ot be found in thc Countv.
Vay22, 1814. IRA STEWART.
CAaPET Warp, Cotton Yarn, Sheep
Twine. a new sunn'v hv
Mny 8th 1S44. A. FRANCIS.
CAPS, Velvet, Boys Fancy ilo Crimp,
Glnred do, Sportsincn Wnol ifo. just re
ceived, for sa"e at STEWARTS.
A LAfltiE lot of Unbrellas and Pnra
soi3, cheap for cah at STEWARTS.
Suspender Bucklcs at
BROWN & SHELDON'
Glass, China, aud common ware cut turu
lhers, &c, at STEWART'S.
B" ADIES and Slisses Florence Bonnet', .
JB- rich variety of Bonnet Ribhons 20 dlf
fercnt Stjlcs, Bonnet Edgiug, Tabs, Artifi
cials add Col'd Rurhes just roe'd by
v. w. rroi.Li5J.
April 20th 1844.
A FULL SUPPLY of Dry Gtoecrisj.
just received aad for sale cheap, by
J. L SLADl?, k Crf.
May 15. 1511. 23in