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frCHituilly disasterons, hov thaukful are they forEB'3" fjors, cvcn tliough obtaiued by tlie ftulcs' frauds and villauy, as appears iu our -r ht wcek. Eighteen Hundred ccrtili 3tesofiia:uralization,a largc portionof which iiercj$..liedforthcspccial purpose offheelcc tiou, in uttcr contempt of law aud reason, and jlreay pronounce by a commiltceof thc Icg jjaiure, illegal and fraudulent. But how CODteaptible iliis hollowing when cvery body jf.juainted with Louisiana, knows tliat that gwle will io uith a rush of thousands ma jority for Ilenry Clay, iu tlie fall. Wiuo VicTomcs is NewYohk. There ,lt oflbe clections in the muuicipalitics of tlie SMe liave bcen Iookcd to with great anx jetv, as indicative of future prospects of thc prws tne Prcsidential Cnuvass. Evcn tlio Albany Argus boasts of comparativcly fcw vidorics liile thc whig papers announcc col umiis of whig victoiics in various parts of the Ste. All isanitnation courage and energyon thc part of the whigs, and will rcsult in afull vote rcxt fall aiways tantaniouut to a whig victory. MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. The discouragemcnls which thisinstitution Las had to encountcr for a fciv yeais past arc lastdisappcariug. Cndcr an able and accom plislied faculty who spare no pains to inakc good scholars of their pnpils, and a system of iustruction emminently calculatcd to produce this rcsult, for a year or two past the Collcgc has becn gradually winning its way b:.ck to the public coiifiJcnce. Six or cight students havc receutly cntercd thc collcgc, uttractcd by the reputation of supcrior scholarship eujoycd by the faculty, and thosc who have fmishcd thcir collcgiatc life nnder thcir iustruction. Iu ev cry rt'spcct thc prospects of the institutionarc brightcuing, thczcalof iu fricnds isrccnkind liug, prejudiccs are giving away, and it is gradually vindicating its claims to its former rank among thc most d'tstinguished iustitutions m New England. THE MEMORIAL. Soimportant do we estecm itthat the cour sgc&. zcal of mcmbcrs of Congrcss.which aro 60 apt to flag, amidst the miasma of South cru inflncnce at the Capital, shuuld be rcin vigoratcd by a frcsh brcczc from the Green Jlountains, that we have hastily drawu np the following memorialto the Scnatc of thc Uni tcd States, requcsting that body to arrcst thc pissage of thc new Tarifl" bill, should it ar rire thcrc. "Wc pcrceivc that in various sec tions of thc country the pcoplc are movcing .pnntaucously iu support of the prcscnt tariff ajaiust the combiuatious of party lcaders. Lct our farmcrs and mcchanics, stop for a uiomcrit to makc a solcinn protcst against thc uiicmpt uow makiug to crush thcm again uc der the cnr of lMartiu Van Burcii's treacher ou3 ambitiou. The wholc weight of public scntinieut should be immcdiatcly brought to barcupou congrcss in a matter so vital to our selves and the county. And now, yca this very week lct active racn in each town in thc County take upon tliemselvcs to copy this meniorial to thc Senate, procure signitures, mid seud thcm as soon as thc bcgiuning of ncxt wcek to be added togcthcr acd transjiortcd to Washington. Letitnot be said that thc pop nlar voice will bc disregardcd. It is only to be heard to couiinaud rcspect. Silcnccata crisisliko this may bc coustrucd into a partial assent or cold indiffcrcncc for a tariff upon which our all is staked. FORM OF MEMORIAL. To thc Senate of the Uniled Stales : We the iindcrsigned, citizens, of tlie County of Addison and State of Vermont, belicving that a protcctive tariff is vital to thc prosparity of cvery sectionof our com mon country, and that in this rcspect the law of 13-12 has becn highly cffective and beuificent, do regard with cxtrerae rc grct the bill rcceutly introduccd into tlie Ilouse of R-eprcsentativcs, by which the prescnt tariff is to be rcduccd in such a jnanner as to strip it of its protcctive fea turcs, and again prostrate all the great in tcrests of the country. Wc do carncstly cntrcat your honorablc body to refuse your sanction to any altera tion of the prcscnt tariff, at lcast, during this session of Congress. Wc have no doubt from the ihort tcst it has undcrgonc that it will triumphantly vindicate itself, cvcn to many of that portion of our coun trymen who have hitherto becn most hos tile to it, by yiclding an amplc revcnue to the trcasury, reviving thc business, the enterprize and the hopcs of all thc indus trial classes of the community, wherever in the Union they may be located ; and etartiug the nation forward in that unri ralled carcer of wealth and grcatncss which the observance of a protcctive poli cy will infallibly ensure to it. TIIANKS KETURNED AND FAVORS SOLIC1TED. Mr. Edltor, through your paper I do most gratefully acknowledgctho tokens of kindness manifested by the childrcn of the Sunday Schools, to whom I gave an address yestcrday in the Congregational Church. 3Iany good booksandtracts were handed tome with some mites in money. Should othcrs be disposcd to do likcwise their offerings may be scnt to thc care of the Rcv. Dr. Mcrrill, or to Mr. Hagar, bookseller, who have kindly engaged to fonvard the same to me for distributiou a mongjthcdestituc in Canada. I rcjoiccto findsuch apleasing contrastbc tvcecn thc present tinie and the time Tfhen 1 lirst passed through Vermont. Theu I found no Sunday Schools nor Tract Socictics, now blessed be God I find both in almost overy town and village. I also find Temperance So cietics in successful operation. And great good has been done by thosc as well as by the former. That God may induence all to exert them eelves to suppress vicc of cvery kind and pro motc useful kuowledge is the sincere desiro and fervcnt prayer of T. OSGOOD. AntDf,hc Friendly Union of Canada. Wwdlebury, March 23. 1844. Licesces Our accounts from various quartcrs of the Statc are chcering in relation to the progress of Temperance reform. The town authorites in numerous instances havo disapnroved liccnccs to Inn-kcepersto scll in toxicatiug driuks as a bevcragc. Middlebury is now to be added to the list. At a meetiug of thc authoritics on Wednesday last a powcr ful effort was madc to obtdin Iicence for Mr. Shaw of the Vermont Hotel, a Landlord whol ly unexccptionablc in his profession, aud one who has cvcr becn very caulious in dealiug out Jiquore improperly. 15ut the application was rejectcd by a vote of 20 to 8 on the grouud 01 pnnciple alone. Woodstock has refuscd to grant licences by amajority of 14C. Wcth crsfield, Spriogfield and Hartford, voted by Iarce niaiorities not to crant licences. Scv- cral othertowns mijht be inentioned. Hart land is the ouly town reported iu thc papers which has voted to grant licences. THE FREXZY OF THE TERRIFIED DEMOCRACY. It docs sccin as if, contcmplating thc tri umphant approach of ilenry Clay, John Ty lcr was determincd as Mr. Adams has it, "to set thc caslle of Oic govcmment on fire," an rclraatby thclight of the flamcs hc may en kiudlc. Thc samc may be said of the dcs perate dtmocracy of the IIousc. The pub lic havc ccascd to woudcr at thcir brazcn au dacity, their uttcr disregard of all parliamcn- tary dcccncies, aud the adoption of rules of lcgislatiou to silcncc thc minority, as iiitolc raut & tyranuical as thc Ukase of the dcspot of Russia. Last wcek Mr. Dromgoolc rnade a rcport from the committce of AVays and Mcans of a bill for thc rcpeal of thc distribu tiou law. It was ordcrcd for immcdiatc en grossmcnt without discussiou or the usual rcferencc to the committce of thc Wholc. Whencver an attcmpt to dcbate the bill was made by the whigs, thc trap of the prcvious question was sprung upon them, and it was finally nished through the IIousc thc same day it was introduced, au act ncvcr douc bc fore except in cases of small momcnt and uu qucstionable cxpcdieucy. Thc saine Mr. Dromgoolc reported a bill to cstablUh the subtrcasury, which with the cxccptiou of a rcferencc to thc committce of the Wholc, may be passed with cqual ccleri- ty- Thc new TarilT.of cvery thiugcxccpt annex ation, the most momcntous question nhich could occupy thc attention of Congress will probably bc prcsscd through as if it wcre au alfnir of ordinary cousequcucc. The bill to givc noticc to Great ISritain for thc tcrmiuation of tho joiut occupation of Orcgon is giving risc to innumcrablo inflama tory spceches from wcstcrn Iocofocos, who uould not hcsitate to phmge the country into a war for a tcrritory which it would bc bctter for the nation wcre it sunk in the depths of thcPacific. And that too at the very momcnt whcn a British plenipoteutiary has just cn tercd thc capitol on an cmbassy of peace and ncgociatiou. Ncvcr was thcre put togethcr such a bundlc of inconsistencics as constitutc the locofocracy of this country. Etcmally r.iising a war-hoop against England, ithile they arc cvcr advocating a-course of policy for thc couutry which England hcrself could not bctter moddle for her intcrcsts, and our own inipovcrishmcntand ruin. Thc object of all thc frautie movenicnts of the self-stylcd dcmocracy cannot be disguis cd. Thcir leadcrs feel at last tcrrified at thc rcccnt brilliant triumplH of thcir opponcnts whcrcvcr a test ofstrcngth has becn madc. They see that the tariff by its benificcut opc rations has won its way la thc admiration of thc pcople, and they arc now cudcavoriug to divert thc pojiular attention to othcr is3tics out ofnhich they may crcate political capital. Whatcvcr has a tcudcncy to cmbroil thcir opponcnts, array onc portion of thc country against anothcr, cxcitc public passions. and bodcs public disorder aud misfortunc, is the bcst of food for Van Burcnism. But wc fan cj thc party will makc but a poor go with their Orcgon and Tcxas gammon. Evcry attcmpt to bartcr this for Van Bnrcn votcs will sink them still dccper iu thc mircy clay. Of still lcssavail will bc thc lcgtrcasury sys tem. If locofocoism can triumph with uo other cards, nothing can prevent its extcrmin ation in thc cauvass of 1844. MR. CALIIOUiV-ANNEXATION-TIIE TARIFF OREGON, &C. From our Spccial Corrcspondent. Washington, Tucsday March 19. Mr. Calhoun's lcttcr to the Presidcnt, which may bc callcd his lettcrof acccptance, states that he will comc on to Washington in a few days and arrange the terms on which he will accept offlcc with the Presidcnt pcrson ally. He docs not say in so many words that hcwill accept the office of Secrctary of Statc, but the inference is that he will providcd he can do so unconditiunally. IIc givcs thc Presidcnt to uuderstaud that ifhc cannot take the office perfcctly untrainmeled, he will not do so at all. After he gcts here, his friends say that he will Iook round, consult with Senators, as certain the tone of fccling that exists in the Senate with regard to the Annexation of Tcx as, and the Oregon Question ; aud thcn bc yond a doubt enter upou the dutics of the of fice for no othcr purpose than to sctllc those two great qucstions. As to the prcscnt position of thc Tcxas question, Mr. Calbouu is well iiiformed on the ncgociations that havc taken placc be twccn Mr. Upshur aud Gcu. Houston on this subjcct, he havtng becn iu rcgularcorrespon deuce with Mr. Upshur on this matter up to the time of his death; aud also in correspou dence with Mr. Walkcr, who has been (as I liave told you) thc prime move in this matter. Evcry thing that has been done by Mr. Up shur and Mr. Walker, has bcen done by and with thc advice and conscnt of Mr. Calhoun. Mr. Calhoun still will allow no interfcrcncc in thisaffair; hc will scttle thcsc two qucs tions enlirely in his own way ; aud ifhc can not settle thcm amicably and honorably hc willrctircandleavethcmunsettlcd. Butthis I know, that he considcrs the territory of Tcx as already as part and parccl of the United States, and will iusist on its Annexation. As to Mr. McKay's TarifT bill, tliat will cer tainly pass the IIousc, and if Buchanan and Sturgcon will go for it, the bill will pass the Scnatc. Silas Wright and Hannegan will go for it: the two Louisiana Senators will o for it, and they will neutralizc the votes of thc two Tenncssec Renators against the bill. We don't beliere it. Ed. Trto. STATE OF VERMONT. A PROCLAMATION, B T THE GOVEENOn.. 'TlIE LoRD REIGNHTIi; LET THE PEOPtE TEEMBLE." "TllE LoKDTAKETU PLEAS- Or.E IS THOSETIIAT 1IOPE IX IIlS MERCr." Asindividualsandas'a ieopleitbecomcth ustofearthejudgmentscfthcLordforour many sius, aud for pardon and blessiug to pnt ourtrust in llim wlio is abundantin Mcrcy and Goodness and Power: I DO, THEREFORE.in considcration of tlie rcycrence due to Ahuighty God, aud in I compliancc ith the customo'four fathcrs, appoint t KlUA V, THE F1FTH DAY OF APR1L NEXT, to be observcd throughout this Statc as a day of FASTING, UUMILI- ATlUIM.and PRAYER; and I invite all the peoplc to a solemn observance of that day, by abstnining from all secular employments uot required by nccessity nrmercy.-bj- confcssion and neart-felt rcpcntance of all our sins,-and by humble prayer to God to avcrt thc judg incuts which arc reserved for our transgrcs sious as individuals, and for the opprcssion, the intcmpcrance, and the wickcducss which an in the land. Lct us acknonledge that cvcn thesevcrest afilictious which anyofus have becn callcd to cndure, as well as thc most sigual infiictions ol Diviuc Providence upon the nation, arc but racrcics comparcd with thc punishmcnt that our sins havc most fully provokcd; aud with rcuewed and sincere rc solvcs to walk in the foarof God.letusiinplore forgivencss for thc past. through thc mcrits of Chnst our Saviour.auddivine wisdom to guide, andgracc tosustain us. Lctusseck His blcs sing upou the land that it may bring forth a bundantly, and upon all our cltizens that they may be prospcrcd in thcir lanful and proper employments. Lct us scek his blessiugs up on the State, that temperance, justicc, ordcr, and obedieuce to the laws may prevail that our rulers may bc wise and faithful mcn and that our religious.litcrary, aud civil institutions may be sustained and iinproved for thc pro motion of righteousncss, knowlcdgc, liberty, and thc happiness of our commonwealth. And, finally, lct us seek his blcssing upou the Nation, that poace may be maiutaiucd that its rulers may scek to promotc thc welfare of the wliolc that tlie spint of union aud inutual good will may prevail; and lct us pray that God would put it into the hcarts of thc Ainer- icau Peoplc to abohsh Slavery at ouce aud torcvcr, anu to Lccorcc in all things that hap py pcoplc whosc God is the Lord ; aud whosc Ingli privilcgc it sliali be, by tbeir own consis tcnt cxample, to commcnd the incstimablc boon of Christiauity and Civil and Religious Frcedom to the acccptance ofthoworld. GIVEN undcr ray hand at Peacham, this scveiithday of March, iu thc jcar of our ioru ouc llioiisanil ciglit liuntlreu aud forty-four, and oftlieindependcuce of thc Uuited States the sixty-eight. JOHN 3IATTOCKS. By thc Governor, IIesrt Hale, Secrctary. Tkxas axd Gbeat Britais Mr. CnoATn's 6rr:Ecii. Froman Occasional Corrcspondent. Washington, March 19, 1S44. I havc loarned from an unqucstionablc sourcc that MrPackcnham, soon nftcr hc was accrcditcd hcrc, passed to thc Sccre tary of State a disavowul on thc part of tho llnlish Governmcnt on any viow whatcv cr of acquiring Tcxas or intcrfering in any manncr with her cntiro independcncc. Thus Ihis vilc forgcry, which has passed so currcnt, is nailcd to thc countcr. You arc awarc that upon it our Governmcnt has effcctcd mainly to hasc thc prcscnt movcmcnt, and tho Trcaty, about to bc submittcd, for tho Annexation of Tcxas ; and they still pernul the deluston lo conlw ue : "So thc icltole ear ofDcnmark Is ly a forgcd proccss Ranklj ahuscd." To-day on tho Orcgon quoslion, Mr. Choalc madc one of thc most cloqucnt spceches that I havo heard at this or nny othcr session of Congrcs?. Ncvcr did mcn undcrgo so cxcruciating of annihilia tionnsJamcs Buchanan and J Ingersoll In relation to this pct schcmc of war nbroad and parly aggrandizcmcnt at liomc. Thc war cliquc is killcd. Wc arc lo havc Buchanan's last gasp in thc morning, and then I prcsumc thc question will hc lakcn unlcss Bcnton, who took his scal to-day for thc first time sincc thc nccidcnt on board tho Princcton, should comc to thc rcscue. Ingersoll nnd Buchanan wcre sccnsitting togclhcrin thc Senate Cham hcr this ffiorning, looking tcndcrly and sympathizinsly at ono othcr. Well, thcrc is no " proclamalion" ngainst such "sym pathizcrs." The Trcaty will doubtless hc suhmiltcd this wcek. your?, Amicus. Tnr. IIkro of CiiErAcnr.T. The Su preme Court of Ilhodc Island commcnccd its rcgnlar tcrm at Noivport. on Tucsday last. On that dny, cxGovcrnor Uorr nppcarcd, and withdrcvr thc plca in abate mcnt, filcd by his council at thc adjourn cd tcrm, on Thursday of the last week Hcdeclarcd himsclf tnovcd lo thiscourse by his carncst desirc for a spccdy Irial. and protcstcd that hc withdrow the aforc said plea, contrnry to tho advicc of his counscl, in conscquencc ofthe long time alloued by tho Court to the Altomcy Gencial to filc an nnswcr to it, which made it almost impossihle, if that plca was continued. that hc could havc his trial at tho prcscnt tcrm. The Court took time to advisc, and suh scquently announced their detcrmination to procccd with thc trial on Friday, the 26th of April next. BRIGHTON MARKET Reported for tlie R. E.Farmcr Moxdat, March 18, 1844. AtStarkct 490 Ilecf Cattle, 15 pairs working Oxcn, 260 Shecp, and 270 Swinc. CO Bcef Cattle unsold. Prices Beef Cattle. Wc quote a fcw estra 85. First quality 84 50 a S4 75; sccond quality Sla 84 50 ; third quality $3 50 a 4. Working Oxcn.-U'o notice a fcw sales, viz., S7tf,S35and 890. Shccp. Small lots from 81 75 to $3 02. Marricd, In tho Methodist Episcopal Church, in this village, on Sunday the 24th iust. by Rcv, Jo sephAyres,Mr.BENJAJiiji PecKjR.,to Miss. Clabissa Loomis, all of this placc. In Andover. March 20th by the Rcv. Har- vey Crowlcy, S. Pearl Lathrop, M. D. of Mid dlcbury, to Miss. Lucy G. eklest daughter of Wm. Warner, Esq. of th"e former place. In Dresden N. Y., Fcbruary 19th Mr. John Rockwoll, of. Cornwall Vt. to Mrs. Adcline Borfewi of the former place. Died Atlluntington, March the Cthl844, Malcn da wife of Alexander Fergusou, agcd 3G years, ohccxpcnencedRehzion and jomed the Mcth odist E. Church, in 1S34. Possessed of rctire iiig manners, shesoughtuotto attractthe 110- licc ol tlie world. In tlie uosom of lier lam ily hcrqualiGcations sbone most conspicuous Thcre those irraces which adom the character ofthe wife ai5d mother, anneared to advautaee. Shc found Rcliirion to bc her sunport on her sick bcd, was cnablcd to triumph iu the hour oi ucatli, ncr last cxnrcssion was. All is well She has Ieft a compauion and sii childreu to mourn lier loss. GEORGE S. SWIFT, ATTORMEY AUD COUMSELOR AT LAW. I(tiIrljuri. t., QJicc in thc Itoom occupied hy the County CUrk, in WainwrighVs brick Jluilding. iuarcn, actn 1SJ4. 47;tr. TPnr Srilf A 80011 Stand for a . Jjlacksmitli, Situated in Whitins, a little south of the old Walker otand, Ihe buildings consist ofa good fra mcd IIousc, Baru and Blacksmith-Shop, with a good Coal housc, togctherwithhalfan acre of good land For Terms ennuire ofthe sub- scnucrs. A. A. & J. RUSSIGUE, Assignccs. AVhilipg March 2o. 47;5w Nolicc. pcrsons indebtcd cithcr to the subscribcrs or D.M. Ilussiguc on Book or Note arc rc- questeu to makc immcdiatc pavmcnt to the subscribcr All unsettlcd accounts must bc immcdiately closcd, eithcr by notc or jiaymcnt. no tnistake, or cost will foll- ow: A. A. & J. RUSSIGUE Assiirnca. Whiting, Mnrch 25, 1S44. 47,6 NOTICE. THIS may ccrtify that I have givcn my son Sandford Johnson his time from this datc till he is twcnty-one vcars of ase. Ue now is at liberty to transact business for himsclf, for l shall claim none of his carmnss, nor pay any debts of his coutracting after this date. ROUEKT A. JOHNSON. Salisbury, 11th March, 1844. 45 3w. TLACK CAMBRICK; Bl'k Cloak fring-- cs aud gimp, just rec'd by Jau.30, 1844. Cnn 300 bushcls Coniforsale by 01 n . P. w. COLLINS. Cornwall, Fcb. 29, 1844. tf-IAP AUGERS A new article of Cap Augers which every fanner dcsirous of gooa lences should havc, lorsalc by P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, Fcb. 29, 1814. CPRUCE CLAI'BOARDS AND PLANK A quantity of Snruce Clapboards and clcnrstuir, Sjirucc I'lanks well scasoned for saleby P. V. COLLINS. Cornwall Fcb. 29, 1S4J. For iSale. The housc and lot situated a fcw rods North of thc Jail, on tl.c road lcading to Jo seph Dyars. Said house isingoodcondition aud pleasautly situated with a small baru. woodhousc, cistern, anu gnrdcn. For further particulars enquire of, ALANSON DUSTIN, WM. FLOWER, S. MOODY. Middlebury, Fcb. 2C, 1844. 43;tf 'i'o Rcnt. THE unoccupied part ofthe Uiihling directly somh of thc ol J 'Jollcsc bniMin?. and tlio front nnrt of tlie housc sitaatcd m tlie north west coriicr of the Collcgc common. Uotli preDiIscs well calculatcd lo ac commodatc famillcs. Applytothe undcrsincd for terms JAMtSi M. SLAUC, Agcnt. Jan.29,181i. 39 tf "LAWJTOTIOE. THE Subscribcr Iafing opcncd an Ofllceforlha transaction of Jiw businsss, would iafurm tlio public that Iic will 1 rcady to wait upon ull who may liave occasion fjr h'u profcnional services al his Office over tlio Slore of Ira Slcwart Esq. a fcw doors south of tlie Post Office, E.MEUSON It. WRIGHT. Middl bury Jan. S, 1S44. Wintcr Arrangcmcnts. The fubscriljera would respectfully infurm lh inliabhauU of Middlebury and vicinity that they will conlimic the lusine of Cardiug W'ool and dressin; clolli during thc wintcr at llielr tt.ind in Vergennes forraely occup'ed by E. Shcrill Esq. Wool or cloili scnt bv htage or oihemiso will be promtl3 cxecuted. rancy uring sucli ns ladies worstcd drcsscs also allended lo as nsual. JEWETT & IiAKER. Vergennes Dcc.2G, IS43. Patcnt Action Pianos. The subscribcr haviuz rcceutly procurcd from Boston onc of these pianos, has bcen rcqucsted bythe mauufacturcrs to act thcir agcnt in sclling thcm. That w hich is now in use at thc Scmiuary isjustly ndmircdand rc- arded as a supcrior instninjent. Those per- sous who arc intcnding to purchasc ianos, arc invitcd to cxaminc iniiic. I am nulhor iscd to scll thcm on rcasonable terms and will dclivcr thcm herc at tho manufacturcrs nri ccs. L. L. TILDEN. Fcb. Cth. 1844. Marble Works. THE subscribers respeclfuljy inform thc public that tho Marble wnrks lately oc cupied by Caso &. Spaldin, are now in op cratioo. and they aie prepared to furnish all kinds of Sawcd Marble, caps and sills, Tomb-stoncs, Monumenls, &c. &c. ntshort notice. STONE Ll.ME. Kent conslanllv on band. GIBI5S & CHITTENDEN. Middleburi'.July I9.1S43. 1 r;yl WILL be soldon Salurday ncst, March 30th thc folloiving articles at the Middle bury Auction Room, viz : 1 or2 Burcaus; 3 l'rcnch ueadstcads ; 2 scts Dining Chairs ; 1 doz. first rate Canc Scat Chairs ; 2 largc raised ecat Rocking Chairs ; 2 scwing Chairs ; l three fect tablo ; 3 wash stands ; I stovo ; 1 set of stove pipc ; 1 wash tub ; 1 desk ; 1 pair brass nndirons; crockcry, lot of . ... r . . .? l 1 Kitcnen iurntturc ; consisuug oi un, oou, and iron ware, carlhcrn ware, &c. -c, also 1 patent plough ; salo to commence at 1 o'clock P.Af. sales positivc, Totm.s Cash. Z, BccKwirn, & Auct. "Clear the Track!" FARVVELL'S spring hel slips- for salc at-ihc old p'fce of S 1,00; nnd all other shoes at a rcduccd prlce from what they have formcrly bcen sold. W. S. JOHNSON. Deccmbcr 20, 1843. BONNETS CILK, Cyprcss, k. Willow Bonnct?. just rcccivcd, and for salc by luA BTBWAlll'. Nor. 27 1S43. j ACKEItEL Codfish and Table Salt of supcrior quality, for salo nt. j Dcc. 4, 1S43. URE Sprcnn W. S. Lamp Oil wnr rantcd to bc the vcrv bcst also Liu- sccd oil Flannaaan's bcst for sale at RUSSEL & GlllDLEV'5. A HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. The subscribcr offers for sale his housc lot plcasantly situated in thc village of Mid- dlcbury ncar the new uoncge, now occupicu r t r, , l:. l bv N. B. Harvcv. A liberal crcdit will bo civcn aud nrice rcasonable for particulars cuq'uire of 1). X oster. Middlebury Fcb. 10th, 1844. 1ASH Paid J FURS. bv for all kinds of Shipping C. RUSSEL. CIIARLES AIKEN, ATTOIiXEY. MiDiiL:nur.T, Vt. Office No7, Nichols Buildiug. THE IXl'ESTEDBYE. P. BAXNIXG M.D. of PiTTsncncit Yzssstlxaxia, Will be kent coustautly on hand by Dr. W. I'. RUSSEL, of Middlebury, he havinjr purchascd of thc Origiual Patentee thc - clusire right to makc and rend the same with- iu and for the County of Addison, Vt. Thc 1 alcnl Lacc has now bcen bcfore the public for a nuinber of months huudrcds liave been applicd iu diflerent parts of the country, aiul witu a success ncvcr bclore cquallcd by any rcmidial agcnt. Numerous well authcnticatcd ccrtihcatcsof itsbcncScial iuflucncc iu thc rcmovai ofdiseascs of long staudiug, might be furnished from this immc diatc vicinity iu Hddition to thc statemcnt of cascs and cirtincatcs ofcurcs himishcu liy Dr. Bauuins and others. But this is not dccmcd nccessary, as at thc prcscnt time rcf erencc cau bc given to individuals wcaring the Lacc in ncarly every Town iu the Couu- tv. I'hisicians have long fclt thc ucccssity of a supportcr diircrcntly constructcd and morc ncrfcct iu its adaptation to the huinan form thau nny that had bcen prescnted to thc pub lic. The invcntion of Dr Banning's meets with thcir ccneral npprobation, ns it is dc- signcd to rcliovc symptoms, and to rcmcdy a class of physical maladics which can not bc reachcd by mcdicincs alone. Tlie dcccnt or Uisplaccnieut ot tlio vicera froin rclaxatioit ofthe ahdominal musclcs or other causcs tcnds to alter and derangc thc functiou of cvcrv organm thc human system nnd in mauy cases this deviatie from the uatural hcalthy position of parts is the sole cause of gcneraldcbility in ftlales tz. Fcmalcs of Vyspepsia, afTcctious of the Stomach and Lircr Pahiitation of thc Jltart, Sirinal Irri' tation, Ilysteric H'jjmcondria, Piles, Prolap sas Ulcri, Supjircssion of Urine. Thc Bron- cliius ol puhlic spcakcrs, nuii tnnpicni yon- sumption all of which will hc much rclicvcil if not cntircly rcmovcd by thc usc of the Pa tcnt Lacc, whcn thcir cxistcnce is cansed by hvsical deraiiEcmcnt and a incchauical hs- nlaccmcntof parts which can bc rcadily as- ccrtaiucd by obscrving thc form and symp loms of the porson nfTcctetl. This instrumcnt has bcen cxamincd by Drs. Mott, Rogcrs, Frauccs and Griscoinb ofNcw York, thc Faculty of I'ittsburgh, Hartford and New Havcu aud has obtaincd their favorablc tcstimouy. Application Tur thc L.acc can he jnauc ai the house ofthe subscriber, two doors south ofthe Court Housc. l'aticnts at a distaucc ill bc visitcd at thcir rcsidcnce if required. r sncciincn ofthe Lacc toscthcr with va rious kinds of the most approvcd Trusscs now iu usc can at any time bc examincd at the Druggist store of Kusscl &. Gridlcy first door south of the Tost Office. W. P. RUSSEL. Middlebury, Fcb. Cth 18 1 1. 40;tf Pricc Rcduccd. THE VOIC2 OF THE l'EOl'I.E.as wellasof cxpcriencc, has always bcen dccisiic in faror of PHELl'S' TUJ1ATU l'IL.15. ley nave ijctii in gcncral usc ns a Family Mcdicine. for fivc ycar, during which time, morc than a mitlion of afllicl ed ones hate cxrcrienccd ihcir hcaling yirlues. From Maine to Georgia, and from tho tex to the Rocky Mounuins, roay bc heard the voice of gril- 1 r 1 I ! r.nm ...lT..r rl T ItV t II W I llH 11UUC I'T UCIItuitlllc nui. euUv."0, -j "1 Peoplcs' remedy ; and in cvery hamlct arc Imng ' witneses ablc lo lell of their dclirerance from I dealhby Ihis valuable remedy. Wcre all the tcsli- mnn nnblished. which thc l'roprielor has reccived 1 rnncernin wn.ild cnnvincc the most sccptical. Cases almost i g tlie gooa euecis oi uis iiicui.iuc, . i innura' raUe of Dysepsia. Jaundice, Bilious Fc lcrs, and Liei AOeclions, Ri umalisni.pains in thc back. side, loins and limhs, acid stomach, gravel, habitual coslivcncss, sick headachc, colds. coujlu at;d lung fever, scrofulous diseases, ulrers and lu nion.' of long standin". fce , haie bcen cured by these P'll" alone, and ihe tetlimonj recorded with proper voitchcrs ; and it isconfidenllybclif;vedlhit no cJscof Uic abore complaints can wilhsland a .,;,i n.-e ofthe Pills sofayUie Phvsicians, t.. ;n Rnvcs. with the sianature of G. U. l'helps, M. I)., on the side labcl. n.irs of ImDosition ! Many arc base coougli in trv to imitate this remedy. Be pai ticuhr to get thegenuine. andj.ou V.ill not bc disappointcd in their cflccts. Acests ! Ncver buy of Peddlers Ibey are never allowed to earry tha genuine Pills. Send your orders to the Proprietor, Harlfoid, or some of his rencrai Jz-nis, u i c yjn -j GE.NEH.AL. DEFOT, at 226 Main street Hartford. AGENTS. Sidney Moody, Middlebury, Volncy Kos-. Brandon, Humley fc Higgins. Salisbury, 7 olv X' Ul uun; I Fcbruary 1S ,KlaS ailoweil by said coi.rt lur tliat A Farm lying on New Haven ' purpose, we do thcrcfore gire noticc tl?t e will at 'r " " v " ' . , :.j , ,hc Uuiness of ourt cald sptKinlincnt at the nver, containing nctn een ono i hundred aud tnenty and one. hundred aud forty acres ofthe I very best of land; tbero are two barns. For- is a fine grove of pine timber Ht for shinglcs J and boards, a Iarge quantity of hemlock for fcncmtr timber. also a quantity ot oiacK asn for'rails. and a cood supply of wood for fuel.l The farm will be sold cheap. Time givcn ! for paymcnt of twothireis of the purchasc jf) reqtnrcu. rorpuucuura iuijuiisuiiuuuu S. Dorrance, of Middlebury, Mr. JenisorZ Merritf of New Haven, who have carned on said farm; also CBarles Linsley Esq., or'to thc subscriber at Bristol. JOS. C. Feb. llti, 1814. BRADLEY. 41;rf. anr& Housc and Lot for sale. AGOOD Two Story Ilouse, about 2G by 36, paintcd white, and a small bam, aud 'abont half an acre of land situated on East Strcet iu Bristol Village, on which lot is a living spring of water which is offered for sale. Very cheap aud liberal terms of pay nicnt will bc allowed. It is the Ilouse now occupied by widow Ilenry Soper. For par- ticuurs enquiro ot ine suoscruier oi saiu Bristol, I NATHAN DRAKE. Bristol, March lGlh,JS44. 46 5w. Milcli Covvs. few new milch Cowsr, first rate. for sale cheap by E. WAINWRIGIIT. March, 15th 1644. To Let. THE Housc ofthe subscribcr in Wey bridge thrcc nuarters of amile from this village, a bcautiful situation recently well re- paircd, and intcndcd to be painted soon ex tcrnally, togcthcr with fourtecn acres of land m the rear, an acre and a hall ot which is ex . ... . . , ... t ccllent for tillagc. An orchard with much graftcd fruit stands upon thc prcmiscs. Pos session givcn ou thc first of April. II. BELL. Middlebury, March 17th 1841. To Mcrchants. pANOLE-VICKnd COTTON YARN fromNo.5 to 25, and ofthe best qualit oY sale by the subscriber. JOSEPH GORDON. Middlebury. Jar. 25, 1S42. 28 tl AMP.OIL Wintcr rtf.nd ; tho hcg ... ... ncxi,iiioDeu ciucjk iu iu; di cniuvu; uuu mui saiu quality and waf rnnted to ciu peifi-ct ' odministrat.ir gic uoticc thercoftoall prrsors inler Ction by A FnANCB. j ested, tliat tly may appcar ond maLe their cbjeo o'.isfac Alpaccns, Alpincs, M. de Lainos. Victoria Plaids, Cliusans, French Mcrinos. And a largc varict' of fjshionablc soods at thc new cash store- BROWN A: SU ELDOX. OIL &. PINTS. Linseed Oil, boilcd and raw, and nii asortment of Paints. or saleby W. S. JoiiVjon. TUSTRECEIVED Thc AccucroCDoct. f Buchan'sH UNCARIAN B.tLSAM fnr All-' dison Couutv. At RUSSEL & GRIDLEYS. S A It ATOG A WATE It. J0NGRESS Spring Watcr, just rcceivcd and for sale by the doz. or single bnttlu, at RUSSEL & GRIDLEY'S. Fcb. 14th, 1841. IIElT. RYE, Corn, Oats, Buck whcal, Pt-as and Bcaiis, forsalu hy A. Fr.ANCis. UFAFLO RODES. 4 balcs Nu 1 BufTalo Robc; Fur Caps, Fur T rnn med and Cloth Cap, just rcc'd al thc new S'",C' " " " OllliL.UUn. ; rr - blipcrior lcas, fellgars, and jlo- lasses. just recetvcd by Oct. 10th. 1S43 A. FRANCIS. 100 hlisllpk first 1U!l,!'J' I'carded 1UU UllhllClb nll(1 mL.,, SeciI Whej, for saleby P. V. COLLINS. Cornwall Scpt.Ilth 1813. JYcw Goods. UE Subscribcr is now rcct:iving n complelc assoitment of adaptcd to thc and YV i n tc r Trade. Fall Comprising many new stylcs ncvcr beforc oflurcd in inarkct. He invitcs tlio attention of thc community, to a largcr nnd better sc lectcd stock than has cver beforc becn offer ed in this vicinitv. P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, Scpt.23, 1S43. 20 ps. S. W. & C. Y. Alpacca Luslcrs, 150 do. Calicoc, 5000 vds. hcrlillKI, 500 do. Tickin, For t-alu by P. W. Colli.ns. Scpt.3,1313 IS BANKRUI'CY. NOTICE to all crcd- itore and otlier perons in interet, that hy or- j deroftheDUtrict Conrt of tlie Unitel Slates r i i- . r r . . . , , for ihe District of Vermont, a dividend out ofthe assels of John R. Sumner of Bristol, Itufus L. Pcrkins, of Middlebury, Joshua Ingalls, of Hancock, Bankrupts will be madc and dcclarcd by the Court nn ihe Htli d.iy of April nett, at 10 o'clock forenoon, at the Ollicc of Saniuel I'rcntiss, district Judge, in Montpelier in said District. nmonir thc crcditors who shall have ' lirovcd and filed M-oofs of their debts before I said day unlcss sutlicicnt cause be theu and t , inere snown to ine contrary. Datcd the 11 th day nOl arch, 1844. EDW. II. PRENTISS. Cleik. MIMINISI RATOR'S SALE. WILL be sold at public Auction at tho Inn of A. Hrtzee in Whitins.on thc 11th day of April next, unless previously di:- posed of at ptivate salc, agrecablc ti an i order lrom thc Hon. thc Judgc of the pro. bate for the district of Addison issucd on I tho 18th day of Junuary 1843. About ' one hundred nnd Iwclvo acres of r;ood i PASTURE LAND adjoining thc former I homc farm of A. Mungcr dccoascd, nlso , about forty acres of good swamp laiid ly ng a rcw milcs North East of Whiting Mccting Housc. ) JOS.SL1LMONDS. ( Admrs. S. T. BAKER. Whiling, March 10. 1844. 40. Commissioncrs Noticc. WE tlie subscrilers bcingappornted bythe Hon. thc probate court for ihe district of Nehaten,Com mlssioners to receiie, examioc and adjust all claims and demands of all pcrsons against thc esltatt of RUEL I1ANKS. !ate of Licc-Io in said district deceased, repcsent in ofliettlwrcto, and sixmonlhs from llu lOlli day of iUMn Ili;ase 0f ,i,c idow of tbe deceased in said L;ncononu';e2dTuesihvof April and JJunencxt from 9 d'clock A m. tillioor l'n. oneachofsaid days Philo S. Warner. Commissioners. Philo S. trarner. miliam. Mitchcll. n OSERY and GLOVES Bl'fc and white JTt Ontton Hne. Hl'k worsted do.colorcd worsted do. at 25 ccnts pr. pair; Ladics Gloves of cvery description; Buckski Glovcs and Mittens, for saie oy BROWN & SHELDON. Jan. 30, 1844. ;Com, FIRST quality at 50 cts. per bushel for sale oy A. FRANCI: PROBATE IVOTICES. STATE OF VERMONT, j Addison District, ss. Beit remembcred that at a Probale Cccrt hoWerv atShoreliani in amt Ibr the District ofAdduonon the lSth dav of Jlarch AD IS4 1. Leri O. birclurd adrainistraror ef tae erato or NAOMI BlRCll.tni), tiieof said Shoretani dc ceased moves the Court liiat partition and dijttribn tion of the eslate ofthe deceaed, bc made among th Itcirs of said deccased, and tliat Comjnistoatri Ims appointcd jr tliat purpose ; It thcrcfore ordercd Ihatsaid adininUlrator gie nolice li all pentuns intrresled lo appcar before said Cunrt, at a ses.ion Ihercoflo beheMattheoCce of Udnry It. Ererear Esq. of said Shoreham ou Tbursda the 11th da of April neM at one o'clock in thc aftcrmxjn,at which time and pLice said Court will appoint Couxuis sioners to make partition of said rstate, hy puhlishing a ccrtiCcalc cr.py tf this ordcr in tUr Xordtern CaUxy a newspjper printed at said Mid dlebury, ihree wcnks successis ly prctious to Uic Un-t of said Court. J. S. Uushnell Register A trne copy of reconl 47 Attest, J. S Bitshnell. Rceister. STATE OF VERMONT, Di-trict of Addison, is. DE it remembeicd thar at a ProbateCouit licIdalMiddlebury inand for the dinrict of Addison un tht 21at day of .'arch, A.D. 1941. Alonzo E HiUrcth administrator of ihr said es taicofJHI.O IIILDRETII lateofsaidJliddkborj-. deceasetl presents hia pelilion iuwriling prajing fur Iicence Iu ell rcal esiatc ofthe dcccasedfurthe pur pose of pajing the dchts of ihe drccased aiul expen- ses oi numiuisiroiors, anti inerein seis lunn ine a- mount of debts duc from the deceased and charges. ' ofadministratton.llic alue ofthe personalcstatcand thc situation of ihe rcal t-statc, oftlKS deceased fur ! tlie rurpojte nfiircsatd ; lt is thcrcfore orde red, that J said jtetilioube considercd at a session of said Court ( to 1 hehl at the oflic of ihe Heg'sterof said Court in ' said Middlebun, on Thursday the lSih day of April next,atoneo clock in tlie afemoon; aud llat said tionr. il anv they mav hae, to said Iicence bcics granletl, Hy puhlishing a ccrtifitnl copy of ihis oider in ihe rVurthcrn Galaxy aud31itldkhury l'rojle's l'ress, & ncwspapcr printed at said Middlebury, ihrcc weck succcssiicliTprcious to thc session of said Court J. S. BUSHNELL, ItCiiister A trne copv of rrcord. 47 Attwt " J. S. flUSHNELL Rrcistcr. Stati: of Vkemost. District or Adhisos, BE it remembcred that at a Pruba'e Ccurt hcld at Middlebury in and for thc I) st.ict of Addisou ou thc 21st day of March A. D. 1R44 IWargcry Nichols, ciiardin of CIIARLES NICHOLS AND CIIARl'.lLLA NICH OLS niinors, both ofaid Mid lh'bi ry chil dren of CharlM Nichols Kitc of (lardincr, iu I the state of Massachtifetts deceased, reprc i senls that it would be couduchc to tl c iulcr ! cstsofsaii1 miiiors to scll thc fullnwaig rcal , cstate betouging to thcm siluatcil iu id Mid , dlcbury to wit: a picccoflnud lyinj! onthe north side of thc highway Ieadiiig frnm Ll I uathau ILtmiuoud's dwcltiiig huiiv to tho , saw-mill lately owned by Gardincr t'arr, bc giniiiK at the somh-west corner of l.iud Iaicly owned by said Carr, running thence north 4-J rods to a stake, thence west 9 rods lo a stake. thence south to the nurth-west corner ofan 1 .Jcre ,ot rnnc,ly ,leeiWd RMl Il0ust0I1 to Juba Olinstca.l, thence ou tho west liiie of ; said lot tosailhiglmay, thence on tbe north liuc of said highway 13 rods casterly to the place ofbegiuing; and said gtiardian inovcs the said Court to grant her Iicence to cll thn said rcal cstate of hcr snid warth. Il is llierc upon ordcred b-said Court lh.it saiil applica tion be considered at a session of s lid Cuiirt to be hclilat tho olrice ofthe Resister of said Court iu said Middlebury un Tbtirid.iy ilm lrili day of April next :it tnc o'clock in bu aftcruoon, and that said u:irilian cauc n"iic thercof to be givctt to all persons interrstfit that they may appdar and makc their nbjrct ions if any lliey may havc to gniiiting aid guardian authurity and liccnse an aforcNaid by publithing a cerlificd copy of this ordcr in the Northcrn Galaxy, a ncnspaper printed at said Middlebury thrcc wcckssucccssmly prcviouj to thc time of said Court. J. S. JIL'SIIXELL, Rcgister. A truc Copv of Itccord. 47 Attest J. S. BUSHNELL, Rcgjstcr. STATE OF rEItMONT, District or Aiiut.'ox,ss. s BE it rciiiciulicrril, that nt n Probalu Court hclil nt Middlebury in iiml for tlin District of Addison, ou tbu&hihiv of.Murch A.D. 1811. Norman Tuppcr an,! RnfiM Perkinj cxccutors of the tist will an I irslament of IIHNItY HIBU, l.itc of stxul M!Wt!M.iirv b mhI diitrict rfccrafetf. preent ihrirprlitition in nritin prajinj fir li t ccnc ell rral cstate f tbc dercaiciJ (or tliepcr- Mse uf Jwii'S 'IeltU nfllic JeceaeI nml csjen I es ol ajmiiM!tnitioii,airii ilicreiii iet fmlh tlie a I mount ofJe!tiIue from tlie deceacI auj cliarces of liiniuaiin, tle Kr?onaI etate and tho VtUdUon,'r 1 t ,! , rwJf ,a. trhat.,t i ntccsary to scll rcal esUtti of lhcueceascu Pr iho purpoeaafreii.iiJ; It i tlicre-fore onlerrtl ilut ti'ul iwtit'on Lcronjiilrrt J at a citiji of buitl c-nrt ta iielicl' at tlif omce uf Utlntv IF. Kierrt Eq. m Shoreham riiuisiluy Ihe 4tli dav t f .prilfiiet cr onc o'clock iu the alternoon; and t't said exerufors gire nolice tlicreof to all pcrsoiM iutcrealrd llmt lltey may appear and make tlieir ohjcclioiis, if any Ihev may lnve, to said licenxe liein granled,hy pul lUfiinir a ccriified copy of ihis ordcr in iln- Northeni uala.xy, n newspnpcr printr-il at Middlebury in said district llircc wcek succca.iivcly, prcvious to thc time of said court. j.a. uusiut.i-L., Keg'sicr. A truecopy of rt-cnrd. Atiest. J. S. BUSHNELL, R-tr 5. Coiiimissioiicr's Nolice. Vo Ibc Subscribers br-inc Enpoinifil bv the Probale Court for thc diMrirt of Ad- dison Commisionrrs to r-ceivp. v.xuminp. and adju.-t all ciinms nnd dcmands of all por. Socs against thc rsiaic of SA.MUEL CHILD, Jate of IFeybridge in said district JecrastoT rcprescntcd insnlvcnt also all claims and derr.ands rxliibite.l in offiot thprcto ot six moiiil.a from ihis Cth day of Marrb 184 1 bcinc allowrd bv said Court for Ihnt purpoe, wc tlo tbcrc'oro cive notice tha' wc wili ottetid to tho business ofoursaici appoinlmfnt nt the dwclling liouso nfjubn Child ofWevbridgeon tbe 23d day of A. pril nnd on the 27ih day of Sepiriribrr A. D. 1844, fiom nine o'clock A. M. untit four P. M. ou enrh of said davs. Datcdal Weybridge, this 15th day of Marck A. D. 1844. 46 ESTATE OFTIIEODOCIA PIERCE. WE, Ihe subscriliers, leiny appoinled by tlie pro bale court for thcdistrirtof Addison, Commissioners, to examine and adjust all claims and ilcmands ofall pcrsons, against ibe eslale of TIIEODOl'lA PIEHCE lale tf Middlebury in sa id Dislrirt. de ceased, represented insobent,andaUoallrIairas and demands exhibiled in oflset thercto: And six months from the 13th day of March be ng allowed bv said Court for that purpose, we do iherefore bereliy gite noticc that we willatleiMl to Uiebosiuesii of our said appoiolment. at the dwclling house of itodnef Pierro in .Middlebu-y ou ilte last Monday of April and Sep temticr next from nine o'clock. A. M. nntil fuur o' cl ck, P. M. on cach of said days. a5. "Parker. ' Commbsioners. Datcd at Middlebury, ihis 18 day of March 1814. 4fi - Confectionarics. This day f ec'd 1000 lbs. Freah Coufcction aries, from the Manufacturer. for sale bj CYRU? RUESELL.