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LATER FROM TEXAS. By the arrival yitlcrday of the Mcamship Ncpturc, C.ipl Rollins, we have dates from Galvr slon up to the 10 insh I ho U. S. Itr lif Somcrs arrived oil Oal- K - lit 1 I ND COt N I V CON EN- I llesohtd, That tho name of Henry Clay J IU,v nenjj no Ji.iilrti;y Hie riltory rlhr courv . ,,1,'hn f.itt p' Mvmly t!iitl bv uice his firrt nppcarnnco in public life, ' i Cfuotv rmMiHtc, tli" Whigs of " history its brigliest pages of pros ... c miy m in Coiivrntion atOi.Mliton, Prf,tv nnd ,,CC,M aro iIe-ntifit-d with the . t, ' .v it. 5ti iiav of Jiinn tS.it ' principles which he has unhcld, as its dar- I . f ini entwn was called lu uidr by , m moro aMroos pages arc with ev- vtfton on tlic 5th mat. jr A i Lnna of Brandon, i ery material departure in our public iolicy . The .rhl cf CDmirtfllore Moore C.ipt. . n motion Jam's K Hyde. Esq, of 1 f,om ,,,osc principles: Lcthrop was going on to Washington, hutbm-. was appointed President pro tern. tsolvtd, That in Tiirooont: Fnr.Msn-, The prospect of the crops is satisfactory. n .Mirtin CJ. HveiU of Rutland, Sccrcla-1 "r V8,:N " present n man pledged alike I News has been brought lo fJalvcston of a :, rr" tern ij hi! Revolutionary ancestry and his own , sharp engagement with Indians near Cor- ' t motion n rommiitoe of thrc? were ' public course to every measure calculated ' pus Christi. It seems that on tho 27th ult n to nominal? oiucors oi tlio con-1 wvutu nunvi u .h whj ui ?uhj vmiutn.itiauvin country. llanchos. in which there were only cignt Inheriting the nrincitilcs ns well ns the mill, nnd after wotindinrr Colonel L. P. name of a father who with Washington on j Cooke ih the eye with an arrow, succeeded the field of Trenton andnt .Monmoutn peril ed life in the contest for Liberty and after wards ns a Senator of the U. slates ncled WW PnncttJri of" I TBO nm 1PII idrntirat ' T 1ST OF liKTTEKS lemainins V -On ihn 4th of July, 17f9, President Wash-1 .Li Post Oflice al KlUnct, JiiV I, l I ..n' n, nnu tn-o. r. Jioigcs, Albert u i , Miii onJ John A Conant wore appoint- On motion, n committee of fivo were op C i.vj to draft resolutions eiprsstve of the "line convention, ami licnrv llnie, Incton stents! ihi firm funeral art thai iiasurd ' AlUti .1tA.m Oonjriftj Aficr n)0 adoption of iho Fedeial , Atrr.Ai Con.tiuiilnn, il.o pieamMc of which was in ' ' ' these word. . ' !j,"v-V " Whereas It is neccmarr lor the nuppottnf ' f((mB" 3i, tliB Goternmcnl, fir tlio cliarharce of llie llrmu rirorj dobt of the United .Stales, nd llieriitpurffcr- flttVrr lo mcnt nnd protection of in.mul.ulures, lha' , !",k.J,,",B duties be laid on pood, wnrrsund incrchan-1 I'Vitlr.f . o - . v.Knirirc ifamri uise importcil, therefore," fee This was the corner slone of ,: Whigg'ry" ns laid by the Father of our National Inde pendance, nnd none but Tories in feeling rclusc to builJ thereon. (Huff. Com. Adr. 1ST OF MVrTF.Ua remsinms in U ' it may be ihrumntt-mi It miy te brenchttu .- n mt ho enolic .i iimt ic niiiii'iiu ... . fl . Irt ..... ft.. rt .r Ihn -i ii.r Lull VlltlUII, UIPI I 1)111 V I 111 ' I I I " 1 T W C. Clailre. F. W. Hopkins, C3co. II t wall WoMnngton In cjtablih.ngand perpet lJ.air.an, and Ilaney BuUon were np-1 ""R that Libcily 1 heoJote T-riling- Ki lit) d. 'I'he eomrnittee tonominntc oflircrs of tho l onveiition made the followiug rejiort which uasaJuptid' V. Presidents hiivseii. bv his course ns Attorney Gener al of tho Stato o! New Jcrr-ey for twelve years, nnd subsequently a; a Senator of the U. S. was always .'trenuous on the side of law, order, and 'the Constitution while ns a private mati, his head, his hand, nnd his heait has been given without stint to the cause of Morals, Education, Philanthropy and Religion, nnd wo have in lliu integrity of his character and the transparent purity ol life the best and most satisfactory pledge ihnt, if by nny "rtreurn" he (should be callnl to fill the executive chair during the next Presidential term, ho will neither Hon. Z1MRI HOWE, 1'rcsiJtnl, (. W. Harmon, R"Mi 1:1.1, Hiitom, Jr. Wii.mm Hai.i., Joi:i. Ui:.man, C At. Fi.i:iciii:it, ) ,-.,,.:., On motion of A. 0. Dinn, Lieut. Elias 11.11 (V... i. ...... ..... ..I I. ..I ....I t... of Vice Prrsidtnts- prove recreant to the principles he professes their pursuers. The followiii-' resolution was then adon-1 nor n traitor to (tin crenl nnd magnanimous Killed Cli tc j Pr.oi-i.u who will have honored him with llesolved, That a committee of three bo j their confidence and support.' j raUid from each town repnsenicd in this! Hetohed, That in nominating James A. .ouvrntion by the delegates from the re- j Pollt, nnd George M. Dallas to preside cpective tow ns. ior the purpose of noniina-' over this great Rapublic, our Loco Foco liny fur the consideration of the convention, ' opponents have openly plnlged themselves ti.rer persons to bo candidates lor Senators, 'to nfinilliljleour present Whig TnrifTI to O. W Strong from the Young Men's reduce all Until s to 20 per cent, (with the County Committee, presented a constitution ' exception of thnso on wool which is to be fr the organization or n County Cl.iy odmithd duty free) ; to support the policy of ( 1'ib, which was read and udopttd as fol- immediately annexing Texas to our Union lous j for the avowed purpose of giving the slave Having unbounded confid. nee in the effi-' t10"-" n preponderance ill tho United cjey of the uicaMirtsoftlie Whig party to Slates ; to uphold a the other nbomma-re-tore our country to .is former stale 0f tinn. and to snstam all the pol.tical corrupt ,,r.,spiTitv hi'lii-viiigiiint the adoption of ion and profligacy for which Locofoco.sm u I.. .; ..i.. i. .........1 i... has been so Ions notorious and that, ll I'lvl'l' 3 I..III Ulll Uli Ollllllll IIV I'll ' I ' I 1 HMCi: 122111 S.IIU l l.llll Jill .T Iili.il,'. IU in cettint? niTwith a few horses and mules. On the aOlh, the Indians ngain appeared, while the whites wcic at dinner, and thu time drove oil' the- tabadalladit of animals attached to the place. We now extract from the Civilian : Tho Indians were imtnedialely pursned I fpace of two years I How many dreams with about thirty inen.twho had been collec- have vanished, how many hopes have been leu oy mat nine, nnu were expecuog Dimm er nttnclf. The Indians retreated rapidly, and were overtaken by only ten of the whitrs, nfter n pursuit of ten millcs, who recovered the horses nnd killed or woun ded four or five Indians. Tho pursuit was continued twelve miles further by this small party, when the Indians, be ing hard pretsed and some of their horses giving out, railled nnd made n desperate charge, killing three and wounding five of ("ronnxn Mtitla C CmU Jalin It ronton I Ix-nui ('prom .Mim Uhtt It Coir .Mim Itannth IOiiniWflnln JntrpMnt Climt'lln Jilhtt I' r-nxk Jarnh tl ('tl'cVin Jnhn (pitn lltniiniln IJ On the 20th of June. 1812. Thomas W -Dorr entered Chapachtt and took com- .I'TmM mntlll nf flirt r..ntn.,i.r,l t A itnlf.'e 1 1 Ml H. ' i.. On the 25tll day of Juno 1811, just luo! JJ1' j,rM t years afterwords, he was sentenced to lho itmimRn (1 C V j pcniteniinrv for life. What Mrnnge events1 Vm Jmft land changes have been crowded into thatl i"" '4' , I'trnnm Itchrcct Mm Kt llcnjitnin destroyed, how many plans have been over- "uYlichifl lurncui wiicro now nro tho tuurlccn ' nnuM (i.ilnin hundred men who pledged themselves lol (""!,lirf,r1w stand by him till tho last drop of their blood? ; l'Vm f Where arc the men who urged him on to . Oiddingt J W. treason and rebellion, little as ho needed :1""Py.!,,,Ifv urging? where are the men who defen-! u,n Wm E 3 ded his principle, but who shrunk fiom j lUjncii'jlvanui sharing his danger Providence Jour. tMii f.rrlinn lC Wlit.r mn:. Ifir,!.'!., v ........ .. . . . . . - I . .ti(.,...r.'r..o I ) i.-r t t ! nrt Ct I. nt tlml HinrvUliyns the living cinuodment ol " " r"'.,1'.,' , n ' us in i in; itiu v.nimct ui i u iuj iiivj i - nnln sustain tho right. , tv"i rrrt, i lull in un; Miiu luiini for Whi j mensur.'s nnd Whig men we in tend to uive n long Poke, a strong Poke, nnd a Poke altogether, nnd we Matter our- Un.'' priucinli s nnd thr. man whnv i lection can IkM te&i tie ir soundness or fallacy be lli vitig thai liglitanil 1 1 nt li only me iieeejj ry to ensure the success of our candidates and cntisiquently ou- measures We here- ri,r.,i ... r,ctrt . In. lit. fl.n rm.i.n ..T ll.. v. ..r.-iivMitlvtl . ..(l .ll.lll. .. lh. . . ... Hu!land County Clay Cfub, for the purpose SL'V,S ""l1 t,,,s ".l?,u ol proceeding, will of more ifficitnt orcaniatioH and more ,,13''(! r"l,1,.r Veruk work will. Jim Poke. ucsnirea, J nai ior senators to represent the county of Rutland in the isenato of ll.is State, we most cordialy recommend to the Electors Ebenczer N. Brigns, Joseph II. Chittendon nnd Frederick Button, nnd in voke for tlirm the hearty support of the un conquered Whigs of the County. Hesolccd, 1 hat tin; Convention reeom mend the lininediato formation of n thorough dissemination of political infyima tiun under the following constitution, Art. 1, Any whig in the county may bc comc a member by subscribing to the con stitution. Art. 2 The officers of the Club shall bo a President, Vice President, two secretaries, nnd a county committee consisting of three wings. Art. I!. Tho President, or in one of the Vico Presidents shall each meeting of the Club, Art. -I. The Secretaries shall keep a list of the members and regular records of the proceedings of each meeting. Art. 5. Thu County -Committee shall have powerto call any meeting of the Club upon reasonable notice, shall make all ne cessary arrangements for such meetings nnd shall have charge of the dissemination of political information. The Prcsidentshull not have the power of wriiiugnny act oftho Club nor shall any vice President upon the happening of any ucci ilent by which he shall be called upon to pei form the duties of President bo deemed ycrsc n candidate for President. Ait 7, Any whig up i signinglho con stitution shall be considered as enlisted for the campaign. On nomination of a Committee appointed to nominate officers of the Club, the follow ing repoit was adopted : Hon Robert Pierpoint, President; J. G. Newell, Isaac Norton, Hannibal Hodges, Wm. P, Noyes, nnd John Fox. Vice t'res jdents; Geo." II. Bcmnan, A. 13. Gardner, Secretaries. On motion the convention ndjnurncd to m ct at half past two o'clock, P. Al. AVTllnNOON. .Mr. Harrington of Whitehall was called for, and sung one of the most spirited Whig tone's with admirable taste and tvas eutliu siasncally cheered. Tho President then introduced to the convin'inn E. 1 Culver, F.q. of Green wich, N. Y. who made an able ntid spirit ed address. Tli rnmmLtfpn In iinmtnnlf. Spnnlnrs. re ported the nan es of Hen E. N. Brizgs, of Hrandon ; Jo-pli II. Chittenden, Eq. of Orwell; and Ficd.-rick Button, Esq. of Claiendon which report was adopted unanimously. Henry llale irom the comuii.tcc on res olu'.ions reporleil the followtn were unanimously adopted. co. Glcason, nn American, and Rafael Grncia and Juan Ramirez,Mcx icans. Wounded Win. Alnnn, II. W. Berry and Francisco Sylvn the last se verely. Col Kinney escaped narrowly with his life, having been wounded with a spear, which passed through the body of Rainiaez, whom ho had taken behind him on his horse, nnd the horse also being bad ly wounded. The few survivors of the ad vanced party were forced to leavo their fiiends who had not come up. Tho Indians fought desperately, loosing, ns is believed, ten killed and six or seven wounded. Ono litter says that out of twenty-five Indians ensrnged in this affair, nil except five were either killed or wounded, first and last. The Indians were nearly all well armed with cuns. Two of Capt. Hay's men arrived at the Rancho on the 1st, nnd were immediately sent to give their commander notice of the Indians. A slip J.Ued the 4th, Tuesday, says: Our company has just returned," having brrn thirty miles nut, and wo are fully sat esfitd tli y (th" Indians) are Camanches. nndal.n2 body of ihem. They rnis'd smokes from the Casa lilnnca, on the Nue ces, In pretty hear tho coast, circling the Rancho from thirty to foily miles. One ncount says that the Indians were partly Lipaus and partly Camanches, Important Quere A gentleman in pur suit of knowledge under difficulties, went to hear Olo Bull's performance, and came away with the following question troubling his mind ; "Why is it that cats in the raw state contribute so little to harmony, consid ering that they have that about them from which so much is extracted 7" Ifrxett Mrofj J llnwurt) II tltynri Attn Ih.c.'l Itrr Pint. Ilunl Thi-in llnitinl Hvi.ml 11.11 II.. ..I llltkflf M Tl.nmtl iloklM .Mitt (it 14 llltf I .!.! .rktnn I U r I.I KlW A" K"l nmfrtnn KMlrj aimutl Knnirinn fllf Jn Long W ilium. r lo Jf r"ti Umplittr Moll .Miff Marlt .M .Mnod) (liilf n W Mil nn Jimrt I' Mrmt Aluirr lr(Jill J4tnr. MeCmniiR AMif Mrrritl llnrt llinion !.(;.) Knlnl.t 8 I'fti.h Mofri I' itufftDQ A A IIca. Sfinutl ItrtKirlH ClrtvhnJ Snro.il Hi(T..t1 lf.won Kfsncif Y. -.iinir i. inn) HpifTiud l.)rfi Mlit Slirptton C'atliriinK Tfintliiiinn SAinurl Tulllo Mil Cjrntlila 1 Thrtll ItruLrn It Vauslm An.ell& N Willi tricn Wlilte Jilm WI.HIng IIrv Itn.icU M'lntncy M.ii ."ImUili M. II A A'KKS, IW-Sla.itr. A painful case of seduction was reveal- . ed in New York on Friday last, by the attempt ol the poor victim, Julia Ann Has- clloti, a girl of seventeen years, to throw hcrsell Irom thu Battery, bhe is n native of Vermont, and had just completed an apprenticeship with Mrs Rhodes, dress-inn- leer, bhe was fortunately recovered from the water before life became extinct. Her seducer is Janes Harrington. Wt Iho subserihers, lifting appointed by tho Ilorti I'robatc Court for the distriet of Holland, commissioners to receive, ex amine and adjust all claims and demands of all pernon against the estatoof Addison Graves late of MountioUri In said district, deceased, represented msn. vcut,and also all claims and demands exhib ited in ofl'bet thereto, and six months from the 1st day of Juno inst. being allowed by said Court for that purpose-: Wo do there fore hereby give notice, that We will attend to the business of our said appointment nt the lite dwelling house of said cIccc.tHed in Mo.iutliolly, on the Inst Vc(Inc..d.i)s of July and Nov. next, from 0 o'clock a. in. until I o'clock p. ni. ou each of s.il.l d.tys. Wm. Kent, AnuAii Cot,e,"Com'is. Mouutholly, Juno 29, 1811. 27:2'J life nli rwn ' Club '"'V tow" 1,10 col,nty fot th? constables, and other person, went into I ir -ido nldi,sen,inn,lon nnIs"P!'ort of 11,0 Srrnt mul 'town of Hinsdale, to execute n Writ of ; 1 i beneficial principles of the Whiir Party. sess0n, in favors of ohc of tho land i Mixnlvi-il 'Plinl u-lien (Ills OonventlOll ..!.. .1 r Lill I . rnL V.esolrcd. That when this Convention ndjoiirncs it adjournes to meet nt Huriing ton en masse on the 2Gih inst. On motion of John A. Conant, Voted that the thanks ol this Convention be tended lo E. D. Culver Esq. for his able and elo quent address. On motion, voted that the proceedings of this Convention be signed by President and Secretniics and published in the Rutland Herald. On motion the convention adjourned to , meet m masse al Burlington on tho Gth ! day of June inst. A Mill uiiwii, rrcstucm. Maiitiv G. Evkbtb, ) Sccrclarits. C. Al, r LKTCiir.n, ) "Starti.ino DiscoVkrV." The Phil adelphia Gazette thus announces tho latest "operation" in financial and fancy stocks : 'No little excitement has (ust been crea ted in the stock board and among the whole circle interested in the stock business, by the discovery of a telegraphic communica tion between this city and mw-1 orK. We remember that the New York cor rcsnondent oftho North American, several month ago, put the public on its guard n erainst this mode of immediate despatch " ... i , ... t...i. pracuseu oy certain parties in uum tuna, j The fid, then doubted, is proved now I beyond nny question. We need not say 1 that a combination of this soit is evidantly nt variance with the sale transaction 01 nusi ness by parties not in the secret. We advise, if wo may bo allowed, the immediate discontinuance of the second and third boards." AInh Law in Wkstkkn Nr.w Yoisk. -On Wf-dnpsrln i. Ijitl MlinrifT Vliito In Cy . company with two of his Deputies, two the pos- pur- chasid of the Holland company. The of ficers having succeeded in removing nearly every thing from the house, when they were interrupted by a body of men to the number of about 150, who had assembled with guns nn J other weapons, many of them disguised with paints and Indian blankets, and driven from the premises, Sheriff White had his coat torh to pieces, and was badly bruised. Deputy SherifT Walker also had his coat lorn, nnd was injured by a blow upon his shoulder. After the officers left tho prem ises, they were fired upon, and volleis of stones thrown after them until they were ,,. T ,...l. rilL I,.-... . ...I,:,.!, it.... uui ui icui.il. i iiu liuici o uiiuii .Villon U1LV rode wcie badly bruised by the Stories thrown at them. In their retreat they ob served frorh 40 to 5d iricn, sortie of them armed, proceeding towards the scene of ac tion, so thnt the whole number finally gath ered together, must have exceeded 200; DISTRICT CONVENTION, The Whigs of tho first Congressional Districtare hereby notified to meet at Man Chester, on Wednesday the 7th day of Au gust next at 10 o'clock A. M. for the pur pose ofnominatinar a candidate to represent this district in the next Congress and of transactin? any other business deemed prop er. A, G. Dana, i John Kim n all District Comm. II. Canfielw. ) July 2, 1844. Rev. John Pierpoint of Boston will de liver an address before tho Rutland county Temperance Society.on Wednesday 1 1 July inst. at 3 o'clok P. Al., at this plnco. He will also deliver an address nt Clarendon Springs on Thursday tho 1 1 inst. at 2 o' clock P. Al., nt Union Hall on the subject of Slavery. WH tho Hubacribers, being appointed by the Hon. tlio 1'iobato Court for the district of Rutland, commissioners to receive, examine and ndjuM all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Jtssc Cdswtll, late of Niddlclown in said district, deceased, iepicscr.tcd inunl vent, and also all claims and demands exhih. itcd in offset thereto, and bit months Irom the lOlli day oi June inst. being allowed by said court for that purpose, we do therefore hate by give notice that we will attend to the bu siness of our said appointment at the late residence of tho deceased, in MiddlotoWn, on Ilia second Tuesdays of September and l)ecember next, frorrl ode o'clock to 0 u'cloch, p. m. on oach of tun! dnvs. .loyATii.w Mortu.N, IjIakim Iau( Com. Middlclown June lfi, Ifil t. 27-JO THIS may ccitify that by mutual agree ment 1 hae this day given my son, Cy rus Fargo, a minor, his time, and henceforth permit him to contract for himself, and I shall not claim bis wages or lip nrcmmtable for his debts. LUONAIU) FAKOO. Pillsford, July 1, lifil l. 27:20" STRAYED from iho subscriber on or about tlio first of Mav last, one dcen red i r i . ; r . . ... . L1UHUTY CONVENTION. The Liberty Party lur the County of Hut land will hold a Convention nt the Uuiou Hall at Clarendon Springs on Thursday the 11th of July next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. for the purpose of nominating lltreo Senators to represent this counly in the Senate of Ver mont, to appoint a county and town enmmi tecs and to do any other business fdund nec cessarv when met. Rev. John Pierpoint of Huston, Mass., will address tlio convention in ttie afternoon. Let every person who desires to hear come and hear. j, Jos i jui W. Hale, l Thomas H. I'ai.meii, County Committee. HcunEN It. Tim am.. ) lirandon June 15th 161 1. RUTLAND COUNTY HIHLK-SOCIETY. The annual meeting of tin's institution Mho bowel . it nwj (l Innimitution oi mo t boirN i II msy no hilraih na'imtul Lo Mimi I sh It nm I" nrrvuen itrriiorwi hi.t tbM H (Incite fit ' ty i!-e lr !i :;i. 11 . uuu'ifS ihey irmtive al.' iinpuii le liuiu li buoy. .'II that tn In nv nuni..r ferd llm ! fuillmr pi.uiei uf the innl.idy niott. r h"W I called. Then ihe.e i.iin am ihe only mdi ' rlnr ilut riced or titighi to bo l .f. Al tho pirent Iiiiim It is rciy mn t c.17 wishea to ceure I'is hnlth, lo u etttirh; u l the d-jiy r rvny one ul.e knov 'dv ihlng of their health rel"lng M)wen. li make it knon in bis ituinediaic ilrelo. For llitue ate some aluriiilnu lgn wbleli till the approach of dicc. Thouildrn chance. of tenifiprament nre morn to b lealfd and' cusrdul Blu-t llian any eniitngnitis nmlady. Tlie Inllucnza hai kit nimy in hucii n slate of weakness that lliero Is in them w gic.it sujreptlbility to be nireited by those chnne.es of tlie atmosphere nnd rontngloUK' inil.iilies f but the timely use of l)randiclir Pills, cen noW the usrcptibility can bo in a prcst meaiuie removed, in power given' to iho system to resist those lunibilic poisoni, and the sudden changes in iho weather with ubicli it may be bruuglit in contact dining ihe nsst fifty days Nature has formed lh bowel for the cvucitiolt uf all unhealthy hu mors, and if emu would bin tio common sense be would lake enro they performed this ofliee faithfully. If the 'lioncln are out of order; If too slow or too lust, a few doses of Doctor llrandiclh's Pills put llicrti Iri 6rdcr. Ask tlm man who was dying from cimstlp.ited bowel-, what cured Iniii) ho tchs t"ti Drandrctb's Pills. Ask htiii who had tho dysentery foi J atx month, and ecry remedy had failed ; he Mil also tell you thu llrrmiffcjli Pill cured ill in in a wecx. nn wiin oilisr diseases. Twelvo llrandiclh Pills rub.'icd down in pint of molasses, euied a lhlfc boy of an ulcer of the face, which was rapfdly spread ing lo his eyes, and uhicii a dozen doctors had tr'lcd to cure, bin could not j ihe poor parents wttild I.mvs given half they were worth to have It cured, but eiery thing tlioy tiled did no good.unirl liter gavo it a tea spoonful of inul.indcs evert day, in a half a pint of which they rubbed twelve llinndretli Pills ; neforo the wliule of the nmlsnises was taken the ulcer tvni cured. And yet sotou foolish people call lliatnlicth's a quack me dicine. It would be well if iheto were a few more such quack medie ines. Will all your pretondoJ .Sarsapaiilla compounds cure like the llrandrctlf Pills ! Can they bend you to persons cured, aj Dr. Ilraiidrcth can ! Cun ihcy point out to you tho pcoplo wlu nan lieen liclpless lor years Irom f.pilepsy and St, Vinliis' d.uice, who hare been cured by ihclr rcmidieH 1 If they cannot, Dr. llian drelh can ! Can they point out to you n per son who for twenty yen is who hnd never bad a stool without having used medicine, or me chanical meaiisi tihd whom the llramlreili Pills cured in a month, and gave him ns healthy evocations as he bad when ha was a child ! 11'thny cannot, Dr. llrandreth can. Tho IIRANDIt ll'I'II PILLS not only do euro all curable discaiei, but It can be de monstrated, thai by their timely use, Ihey must infallably cure. In n very short lime, Dr. HrnnJr. lh will bring before the public a loneeniraiinn of the !ituc of tho llrin r'ict!.Pilli. bulh in the ii.n ur pllii and in a l.uid form, and IhCu ho will ibiiu the tea sou of the cures thai must necc.-rs.irilly Ui the result of using the Huamihi.tii lli.Mi:i)it.s whether they be inlern-ll Or external. I have just received the case of u medical gemlc innn, who resides at VhcrbrfcVil,-, Cnnila, who fin tw.nty leaii was (.only alllr te.J viih n disease, which raiuo hill i,i"ii!o!cho and scabs all over his body. This geutle mam 60 far forgot bis piedjudicn.s, wlin h tun trfftn iiurcil lit j prolessio'n, a's" in anrilv Per- s'oually to l)r,',llraiidiclli add hM cine proved pearling heifer, one deep red, Steer and one pale red slecr with whffe bind ejit rind white bfcllv. Wfioevef will take iirs:i!tl r.n'il .mil give iolbrmalion. shall bo hand.somelv ro-' n happv one: within six'morilhs ho was en i i ... . i . . .J I ..i ..r I..-. ...r. . .i.i.. ....i . ... What course the SlicrifTintcnds to nerSuc ! will bo liolden at Casileton on Wednesday we are not advised. This ccrlainly is a bad ! the. 17ih day of July next at 10 o'elm k a. m. l 1 J l. . r aa 1 state of things, and as the law and its offi cers arc set at defiance, no one can foresee the result. Cattaraugus Whig. Klndall Tin: Scort tn. The New nrk Advertiser of Tuisd.iy last has the fol lowing : It is said of Theodore Frelinchuysen, which . Uy one of the spenkeisnt the National Con- vention, thnt cvn Amos Kcntlall could not eorc, That we respond oj with oneUlai.der him. That distinguished political voice ",nd one I, cut to the nominations i slanderer has determined to do what he can made be the Mnliimnro Whin Convention I to falsify the remark. In n recent number on the first of .May last, of HEN RR CLA'i nnJ Tiirvmouu Fiuimnoiidyskn. for President nMVjec President of the United Hta s aifl that, in p'escnting thcii names for thee olhc s, w- believe the convention were actuated, as they prof sscd to be, bv the convention that all the great princi ples oftho whig party principles which nro inseparable from National honor nnd National prosperity, will be sustained and udvance-d by their diction. RcsolreJ, That we proclaim tlicif prin ciples tebe: TARlFFI.-med with the fpocial object of protecting the inJustry and labor of the Ptoi'l.i:. as well as that (if urn. viding a ruvinuc to defray tho expenses of fiorrner a w li.i. iiniiui.ATtD Na tional Ci'RnKNcv. cre-ated by theauthnri ty.and controlhsj by the will, of the Na lion the distribution of tbo proceeds fiom he sales of the public lands among the several States a single term for the Pres idencf a reform of executive usurpations. and, generally, such an administration of Dinner to Mit. Hott3. A public dinner was recently given to this gentlemen, tit Buchanan's Springs, near Richmond, Yn. The Whig says that "besides Air. Botts himself, the assemblage wus addressed by Air. Iiarringcr of North Carolmia, Mr. 1 Urooks of New York Express, and Mr. I T fitrrli In ntif n f liic mnl ffiffitnti9 nriA tractive moods. When Mr. Leigh concluded, night was fist approaching, nnd the numerous volun teer toasts, which were ready to be given, and which, from what we could understand, would huve poured a concentric lire upon Texas and treason, were of necesity suspen ded, Mr. Bolts snys the Whig, made a speech, which, without exnger.'iiron,tind particularly in its treatment of the Texas question, was regarded as among his highest ilToits. He concluded with the following toast, so ' xprirs v cf the feelings oftho company, tl, a they tote as one man, and cheered it with unbounded acclamations- Lore fur Addresses may be expected from Mr Pease, o( Pittsford, also from some offfio Afethodibt Brethren connected with the Seminary at I'otiitney, The friends of the Dible arc earnestly so licited to bo present. ZI.MR1 HOWE, President. Castlcton June 11, 1811. ROMAN CATHOLIC EPISCOPAL VISITATION. The Right Rev. Doctor Fitzpatrick. Ro man Catholic Coadjutor, Ilinhop of tho dio cese of Ilojton, accompanied by the liev. Doctor iIiilleOg,l(eelor ol w orcestcr College, Massachusetts, will be in Castlcton on the I6tli andiirMiddlebury on the21st inst,.-. for llie purpose of giving eoiifiimalion. Catho lics and Protectants are respectfully invited to attend. East Rutland, July 2', 16 (i. waidcd and all necessary charges 'paid. . M. G. R.UillRU. Hcrisnn, Juno 17, 1811. 27130 Salt. (ki" IJusbcls Coaiso Western Salt: 20 dJJ barrels line Western do.; 10 bags fine Liverpool do., for sale bv DANIELS 4-IJKLL, Rutland, July 1, 1811. 27:29 CfA'IlIJATH K5 Tit ACT I of his paper, he proposes what he calls "A design to illustrate the character of tho Whig party," in which he suggests that Mr Freliiigliuyeen should bu reprctentatcd in vanons attitudes. 1st. With n Bible in his hand; 2d. Praying for sinners; 3d. At the communion table partaking of the sacrament; lib. Amid his pious sisters in a prayer meeting; 5th. With arm in arm with a black dandv: . f' ii ,jl. "v i'lr. uuua inei oin. ui. ui.g.-is M.sP, vu j , . . reilirnatc oninrinir An igno grand precession o h.g c icrgy m ci i. . d fc nd fejon,v l0 ,,,e Every reader will make his own com-1 wJH dafc uberibeht0 lh'e ' Prom Utlchie's eyes the tears of dotage ' rather than "The Union without Annex flow. ' ation-" -lncf Jackson lives a drirlcr and a shote.' M A It It 1 13 1 In Tunbridge, on the 3'tth ult. by Rev. E Colburn, mr. C. W. Hliss of Royalton lo mls Henrlette Whitney of the former place. In Cornwall, on the 2d of May last. Har vey flriggs I'Lq of Itcnson to miss Frances Lucretia Peck uf the former place. bihd. At Amboy, on the 22 irrst., after an ifhiefs Dozen Tafl's and Farewell' (Jeruian A'J Sleel. Cast Uttyl and Stocl Ruck SCYTHES: Lamson's Patint Soatbcs: Steel Pitchfork; Hikes, Cumfnington add lr.'dian Pond Scythe Stones, for sain liy DANIELS t UFLL. Rutland, July 1, 1811. 27:20 Flour. fiti IJarrels superfine Flour; 25 half bar uyj rels do., fresh ground, (ui sale bv DANIELS & HELL. Holland, July 1, 1814. 2:39 .SCHOC-L. lu ilLK X -V) DEPOSITORY. A fi.rr n. sortrntm of Ihe Publication ofibe Amciican Sunday School Union, Mas'tfchiiikits S. S Union, Protestant Episcopal S. S. Union, American Tract Society, nmi American Bi ble Society, always on 'hand and for sale nt New York, Boston, nnd Philjdelnhia n.t. alofjue prices. IFo havc a?jo on hand a largo assortment of Theological, Devotional. Practical. Bio graphical, .Missionary nnd Religious Books s-rritable for Sabbath Schools and fof gene ral reading. All of winch will be i-nld af iho lowest prices. Cnlaloguus furnMied gratis. Par ticular attention paid to fbrru'slifng Sabbath School, Church and private Libraries. - YOUNG A: 1LIRTT, Ilonksellers and &tatfonei, 210 River-st. 27:00 Troy, N. Y. tirely cured of his niisiralilii a'nd tormenting uisease uy llio lie oi life iirariiliclh pills. The use ul the Urjiidreth Pills can in no case do injury. Lccadse thev a'to made of t'mse herbs and roots which i:.Vierioneo has fully proved always baiiiuinfze'rw iih the liu man body. Tho ornj3s!or( 6f purging Willi lliem in ease of siekusss, is ofieu the cause of a luna aitack, often cndifi'g only bv a ces sation uf life. How important ll U that (lib course should bo pursued it will not only be the huiest means of restoring, but it will in a great measure prevent the recurrence of constitu tional maladies if will rtUrely weaken tlm inaglfgniiy of ili6 aiftfcfc.1 and in limo securo robust health. As with all v.iluablo rfft'dieinc, the Itran drctli Pills have been shamefully counter feited, but I succeeded in baling executed Timet: i.Anu.o (rfod which are appended to cacli box) of fiicli intrinsic workin msliin as to bid defiance to nil futu I therefore,1 a new evil prciclits itself. My nd' i.iiiniiiii;iii3 ,uu iimcii vuruaiim, anu used by all the medicine mongers of iho day, who. merely lake my name out and insort iho nnmn of their mediefiio in the place of Jlrandrelh. Pills occupied in the advertisement thus Mo. Ion fioirt me. 'l'uno will prove how ihcso speculative gentlemen susiain tlieinselvcs. My friend reM satisfied that I shall, i0 long as my life and cncriiies nro permitted me by an overruling proviJeoco, aiiend pcr- B..iianjr hi uiu jrui.iriiuou oi nm lirandrelv pills, and that those properties which liavo thus far rendered them so popular, will'lio still cuutinucd unimpaired. H. HRAN'jJtETH, M T2 Tbo IlrandretlCPills -jre bold hr otic agVnt In every place oi iur.oii-jriCB ibMUgliout tlio world each agent '..aiing h ernifie.tf. of il... agency from l)rK Uraiidrelh.. having f.io slmi lies ot labels on the llrdiidreth pill boxes en graved thereon. Hraiid-.cib's Pills are sold at 2. cents a bov; 'till full dircc tinny, al ihn Prnu-inat ltr''.e, Ull Rroadway, 271 lldworr, and Jb'J . I . . I I ...I .... . ..... S.... V.. .4. ' - - j UU9MH mire (, lc w lull.. Jftarulretli tht Union, and a determ'natihn t6 :tand by of four days'onlv, Mr. Joseimi .M. OrjIs- ! eed' or "'ere will be no increase The eij- CO N T A. (J I O U S WSBASKS AP 'i ; UtL '"li'l'i, f.MemnX cy CHANG KS OF TEMPER WlUK r 'r ,4,,,MK,Nf' M its raordinary -WatermuMlieadapiedtoiheriatur,-.. ,,;iMmVeM V- ur k"!rll,!". lish. or there Will be n nrnnn,, , .'r M Mrf! " --ll,..,, rheu- species. The Miil must be adanti d to ihe I !" i' VTt' V"",!M,!'' 1,10 "V"' seed, or (here will be ine,MsJ if,1 hnnalu'al hardness, stir neck, sore ihn.a.. n iu mo , ,i,x y"""7" ""'"-"J o. .nisiun.i, ... wie , J tJr Hill unite ,md keen alive oi'irh . V '"' " enlargements, tender ftct and every descrip. With the energy ol the earlier days of the of his age "1 " 1 1 kreI' alne o ido)lr.a ()r ,.on. ,jon r ,,,rvcUni! ,,l6 r,.rl(,r 0, Republic, when it was considered trea- Although Mr. O. has. been called from hmn Mu wiZVuYi- KiiU' '' ''"ma" " "a ' -fid "" r" J,'v ","ve,j', son even to hint of disunion. Thosccre' , ihe circle of his family and fiiend?, ho u.j js iifaWse wiih ihe Ho nirA' 'a ': I 'fMiiiweno be mlbi-fen. . extohed icinnd). plotters against its integrity will hero find ever remain fresh in iho remembrance of not bo materially :.tre i.l i,V....!iV.Ci"'' . ,,!nie'n,"'r: ,luj "! c side, and thu scarcely a partTzan, or ifone at all, not one , , hose who knew him. True, hrs grey eontagieu, mal,V., ulLJZTxtU T7 f"t7 r &in ulin will have ihe courairo to avow what hairs LcsnoK-e the time that drew near vns i m.iUciNfloaiinir in .nn nn ir..,I ' w' niuwj.Mii, i nil the world knows is secretly designed ,,ol far off; but those tfho knew his worth, ' ?i,e apnropriio jnil. Uy purifying our bo. I and infended ' will eTeei.lv lament his departure. He was ,c? ,wt," ,,RNntETii Pii.i.s,wliicli bavo allinliy ' '-By Mr. Botts The old thirteen States a good and honest man, leading a life of 1,0,0 iml"1'hie i.pn which coinaplun I nnd tlieir legitimate ofLpring! An igno- usefulness and virtue, and has gone to rc-i jjg" "' p 'Wi,y ecure, whaaver nm, too'r&co. Pope. 'JlermitaSe, May 3, 1844 Tho Senator who votes atramsl the rat ine affairs of the country :i shall impart to ' ification oftho treaty miist be u traitor to the (.very branch of thn f uM'c srvi.-e, the bett interests of our beloved country, what-"rca'.-t p-a ticable el'i ivy 'f mtrcl! -J by ever pretest he may attempt to shield him . : rr-j'sftlH' -n- 'u cr ANDREW JACKSON' A writer in the Portland Argus 6ay5, Mr Polk i "one of the first men of the ige Clat can't hold a candle to him'." The Ixmsvillc Journal says, this very extraor dinary personage was literally invissiblo to nearly the whole 'country until the Haiti more Convention "h:'d a cand's 'ih r ' usefulness and virtue, and has gone lo re- j Z e ZT'.'' bt!C.rre' w,wl" A- V T T ceive the crown which is the reward of the t lTul f !fn .1'?' am,.n, iW. r"!, humble and penitent. Coin. ness will be I he affair of a day or two, while ' M-tJu rich fancy Lhypi; bazoiin. twmtm or i. n IU"3i I1H IlilH Leln if to Ml.n III it. a Al'CTIOiV SAM5 npiIE Pattcms, F'.asks, machinery, tools , ,1.1. I sUpiif cinda"lrli-r.h.(l0rrue: iK-b blaek silk simple and oxccllcnt icmedv, either die, dr i 1,1 1 "'n; mohaiyhiwU, Lariaje.moririo have ivceks. reihauj monlbs of ilehnn4 c.jj.. . ' , .- . ouiioen cnanges irom every Kot to chuly and other personal property in about and ) weather, are unfavorable to health j and it is conneciea wiin ttie otsniey r oenury, ana in the other shops, p-rtatning thereto, will be sold at public auction at ihe said foundry. Establishment, on Thursday the 1 1th ins(. at 0 o'clock i. m, . SJawih. I . Hookcr West IVultr-cv, Julv s, ieil and alnacca doi1, ca.b aore"d(. i embroidered ' .11. de lan do., ladl a fact universally admitted, that heat-....i moisture alb KJWe. ful agents in -p(tui;ms dKea&e, and .hat constant ity alia eowt wet weather arc both fav.-.ri.i ... ration : it doc not signify what we call u i Lce,!ind,iany oUieMhlnas II may be ague . ft be Milieus ftwer ; it ' fai ck! ind- fWted credit, may be vt!!o.v fecr, it mav be dyientm CaMletop, ftvi2), J9J1. din fancv emvals. bnkierr 'uvea. J.men Goods Duylrt, Napkins; S 1 Uarimk nd -t- vii' been, llnr. drills. A rich &oiirw:ra of cutli m) faiwy c'as simere FlorencejJtutUnd nnd Ibrde'i lion" ppjs) and rlcflifhfiil,Oltni!i, L'dgmss and JitceLanAwany oUie things to be told low