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Jj CIst has defined bis posjtion. plenriy , r jtinctly. liesianus uponmo wnigia' .iT nf I" Iu scveral iastan'cas he bas sig- ;AhU approvalof it, nithout cquivocaticw nicntal reservation. Tbis tarifT, npan all ftayocs, y,T- day daclares to be tbat mod- c ressoonble, certain.aml durablesystem . protection which ha approrrs, aud sucb a l-riiT hc dedares does not violate tbe. princi 1.3 of tlie coniproniise act. which it accora ' htshy carryinjoutndequate proteetion to Itaerieau industry. Upon this tarifT, too.the wb'S I'arty are wiliing to stand beforc coRctry- Its operationa justify tlie most ,0-Jicit confidcoce of tho nation in its provi- oas. Tlie wbole country is exulting in its iWnis'and benefils. Itis rapidly restoriog ti c coantry to its wonted unrivalled carcer ..-irU ncalih and greatnesa. tven tue tnntli are graduallyyielding to theconviction f itssilutary iidlucnce. In Cve years, if it falon;coatinuc, it will concilliate all oppo fSicn, lianr.ouizo thc difTerenccs between the Voriii and tlie South, and carry forward the naiion to the higbest pinnncle of prospcrity, JJutoa tlie othcr hand stands Slartin Van Iiawa, who bas declared nncompromising !io;ti!itv to tbe tarifT in prineijile and detail. Fo!loiu; bis lead. bis partizans in Congress rrc goin; to tbe deathagainsttbe black tarilT. Tiie i j3i:e auw kirby ra.dc bcfore tbe pco !:. Clay and the American tarijf, or Van fiurcr., ar.JBrilhk frce trade. Wbo goes for Clav. ADVERTI5ING. Tbe following cxcclleut remarks from a wcstcra p.ipcr on advcrtisiug, are worthy tbe sfrious ronsideration of raen of business. Kf cp vonr advertisements beforc tbe people. That is tbe way to become cxtensively known zzi petn good rnn of business. He rnust be aTcrysclf-suflicient man wbo presumcs that tbc pcople to atiy great extcut must ncccssa r,Iv bc acqunin'.ed with liis business, liis stand liii articles for salc, and his tcrms of trade. II is just as iaiportaut for a business man to be Lnowu cxtensively as a politician. His nirae aiast appear iu print with t'jtsi ofhis aorc jutlicious and enterprising ncighbors, or soon the tradition of bis cxistencc in tbe Iwincss world will be all that is Icft of biin. Tiie creit I'odj' of tbe people of tbe county aiav suppose be is still hanging on to thc t'.ntsof trade in astatc of suspecded anirna tion, acd will prefer to lend tbcir patronnge to thcse who invite theni with an earne?tness T.h.cb shows tbey will be grateful for tbeir cu-ior.i acdaliTC to thcir acconimodation. 'A frirnd rcmarlcd to us the othcr day thjt a Imsincs that w;s not ivnrtli advertising i. niit r.orth doinj. Tbere is mucb trutb iu ihc rennr!;, bnt a trutb that does not secm to nnprecintcd liy raost ofour business men. Mauy ineu tbinU to cease advcrtising is ecou ony, aid that it reduccs exprnscs; that if tL"y Ii.itc but little business to do, it is not wo.i!i auvertisiiiK if they do a great deal ihere is no usc of advcrt:iug. Is advcrtisitig lcsn.ufiil thau ineuriii? Is it less ibau a t:;' Is it Ies esscntial to a good business j snii? AVp tbink not. A man does not buy t s joojs to kecp tliem on hand. If he did, r "ight be wdl to msure withont adrertis- Anin ndvcrtising is a trarelling siqn. y. '. LMi.Pss man wiil hesitatc to pay twcnty :ius for.i mcii. nherc he would nevertlnnk n..:n; bab'ths sum for advertisiug. Thc o'ip is a i:n teen otily hy ibose who piss tbe t.,rf, rnl can see the nood that are for sale ;s a' th sign. Tbe advcrtisemcnt is a co!P-clieiiive sign. that comes under tbe ftcof '.".inilreds, who nevcrsee thc sign over i!nIor; yetninepretend to argue that be fns" sonie men hnve ilonc a good businers w liout advertisiug, itis unnecessary. He r ijii' as wcll argue that becausc some harc made money witbout industry, industry h ucncccssarT." NATIVE AMEMICAN PARTY. Wc cannot understand wby tbe Tribune icd Albany Evening Jonrnal are makingsnch a tenib'e outcry ngainst the procccdings of tliis party. The Native Amcrican party seeais to be composed of proselytes from both tbe oiber parties, nud cotnbined for a purpose uisconncctcd with the gcneral poli t'us oftlie country. W'c bave everadvocat ed aa adhercnce to party discipline, and yct thrrc are some great emergencies when the pditiral trammcls may andinust bc laid aside for a time to corrcct some very pressing over iiadowiug cvil Mliich may be preying upon the vitals of the country. aud nbicb can be srccomplUhed in no other way. Such ive believe was tbe Btate of afTairs in tbe city of cw-Yor!t. Owing to the influence of thcir cun.bers upcu the result of clections tjie Io raa.i Caihuhcs in Xew-York had been grad-u-l'y acqmriug an ascendjncy wbich tbreat cacd distraction to all tbe revercd inMitutions of tbe city. and ahnost ostracized Xative Aaiericansfiom cfiiie and profitable employ mcnt. Uuder pretence of sectarianim the I'rotestant 15ib!e was dcncunced as the. Ileri tic'grnleof fuitti aad baaished from the puh lic schools. Iu the middle of tbe lSth ccutu ry, in the vcry lr.nd of pilgrims the mitercd representativc of Su Peter seems to bave usurped a power as arbitrary and as higoted, and to coinmand a submission as abject as that wi'nesscd among tbe crouching slaves ho iimnediatelysurround the Vatican itsclf. For jcars popUh priests bave controlled the destinies of tbe city. For the purpose of in creasing party strcngth, a vast proporlinn of ths city oHces have been placed in tbe hands of papists by.lbo locos who bave generally been io power. Tho city funds havo bccn sbatnefully squandcred, taxes enormously iu creascd, and tbe municipial government ad miuisrcred to accommodate ths intcrcsts of lo co partisans and demagogues. The patience of the Native Americans was ntterly cxhaust cd. The spirit of religious freedom and ha trcd of ccclesiastical despotism from whicb prnug this great repubbc offrecmen was ar roused. Individuals of both political parties breaking loose from the iies of party united to purge the government of tbe city and purify its iostitutions from the taints of Romisb big otry and superstition. They nominatcd a firet rate whig, pledged to reforrn, for May or. The great body of tbe whig party sym pjthued deeply ia a cauo fraught with so mnch good to tho welfareoftheclty. Theloco demagogues who bave so locg traded upon abuses, and courtcd foreign iuflueuce havo been hnrled from tbeir seats. A staunch whig Mayorand cpmmon council have suc ceeded to power. The nugcan gtable will be cleansed by a tborougb proccss of reforrn, and wc doubt not that in the presidcntial con test crery whig will be found in his place, and tbe party again prcsent an undivided front against the common cnemy. NEW ORLEANS CHARTER ELEC- TION. If the whigs were to go through as many loTriumphes for their innumerable victorics astbelocofocracy does over the election of a mayor at New Orleans, such a glorification since anno lucis would ncvcr bave been wit ncssed in tbe norld. Every loco journal from the waters of the Gulph to Nova Srotia is makiog just as mucb exultation as the doubty admiral Van Tromp.when beplaced abroom at mast head, with wbich he in vain threat- ened to sweep the Engtisb from the ocean; bnt was soon ohligcd bimself to takc shelter among thcdykes of Holland. It would mucb better become thcm to do penance for the most daring prostitution of the ballot boxes. by allowing forcigners to go to tbe polls with fraudulent ccrtificates of naturalization that was cver before witnesscd in thc country. Afier all. the loco candidate succceded by only 20-1 majority, out of above three thous- and rotes, of whicb probably a thousand were illegal. By the following account it will besecn tbat Judge Elliot, who was an active instmment intbese illegal proceedings, has been impeached, and ignominiously ejec ted from the bencb. The lmpeachmcnl Case was dccidcd at New Urleans on tnc Cth mst. The court found Judec Elliott guilty of tbe four articles of iinpeachment prcfcrrcd against him the majority being on two of tne articles 10 yeas and 4 nays, and on the otncr two 11 yeas and 3 nays. Tuev tlien unanimously rcsolved, that Judge Elliott be forthwith removed from bis ofhce, and that it be considered vacant from tbis, tbe Gth day of April. Tlicv also uuaaimouslv resolved tbat tbis vcrdict sbould not aflect the legality or valid- ty of tue certiticates ol naturalization issued by Judge Elliott; and funher. thatsix days time be given for those wuo Uissentcd from the msjority to enter their protest in writing. Repetilion of FclseJwods. One of tho ba- sest feats of political cngincering whicb is be ing daily pcrfonned by tbe loco "press at the very opcning of the presidcntial champaign, aud before the frenzy of passion can be plead in cxtcnuatiou ofguilt, is tbe reiteratinn of falsehoodsaftcr tbe clearest evidcnce of their want of truth bas beeu adduced. In the face of the most irresistable refutation their jour nals seldom if cvcr bave the magnanimity to retract, and answer remonstrance only hy ag- gravitinj repotition. There is not tbe lcast truth in the language which we subjoin as ut tered by 3Ir. Clay. The propaators of this falschood bave been repcatedly defied to pro- duce the sbadow of cvidence of such expres- sions proceeding from Mr. Clay during th wbole cnurse of his political life. No rec ords of it in the debate in congressin 3319. or allusion to it by any of tbe speakers can be fouud in Nile's Register, or the reports of thc congressional papcrs of the day, or elsewhere in any press in tbe Union. It is amoug tbe thousand and one base coinages by whicb the rcptilcs of locofocoism are dctermincd to poison the public mind against tbe most il lustrious. citizen of the republic. It must thcrefore bo put down with the pretcnded quotation made n few days since in congress from a speech in whicb Mr. C. is made to re- nounce protectiou, whicb turned out to be a baseless fabrication, and was entircly aban doned by tbe membcr wbo iucautiously brougbt it forwnrd on the strcngth of ncws papcr autbority only. Look at this. If genllemcn will not allctc us lo ktive black slaves, they must let us Itatc white ones ; for casnot cdt OCE FIKB WOOD, AND I1LACK OCR JJ00T3. AND HAVE OUR W1VES AND DAUGHTERS WORK IN THE KITCHEN. Ifcnry Clay. We cut the above frora n Dcmocrnlic pnper. rFb rcgrot (o ce such expedients resor tcd lo by any pnrly they may rcceivn a inomenfary bencfit by such a course, but in tho cnd'it will redound tn thcir injury Hcnry Clay ncver uttered suchasentU ment. we venlure lo nsscit, nnd it is dis graceful lo any paper or parly to uso Fuch wrnpons ngnin-t him. Portland Bullctin nculral paprr. TIIE" WHITE SLWE" FALSE HOOD AGAIN. In our papcr of Saturday last, wc qno. tcd tho rr.Ilowing from tho Irowcl Journal. wi'h thcso remnrks : '-In vain have wc dernandcd proofthal MrCIay ever uttered what has been nttribuled to him. Fils of newspapcss publishrd at tho time have been exannned,in wbich their nre no miss inp papcrs, and no 4ueA exprrsswns as that attrilutfd to Mr Clay, can be found. I'he Lowell (Mnss.) Jouinal, thus notices ths tiiiserablo slanders ns it nppcared in anolhcr paper. Wc will only remirk tbat we instilutcd similar examination into Niles' Rcisler, und found tho facts as stated by the Jonrnal." then followed this from tbo Lowell Journal: Il.ivin seen it in tho Advertiser we were iuduced to turn to the debatef ofFeb. 15. 1811). which wo found in Niles' Register or that yonr. No such language is there recordcd. It does nfli appear lhat Jlr, Clay xpoVe cn that day. Wo rcad tho whole of thc dcbato. Spceches wero mado by iMr Fuller of this Slato, Livermore of N. II., GolsonifW, Cobb orGa, laylorTall madcn of N. Y., Scott of Mo. By neith- er of these uenlleinon wns Iansuago re frrred to which partook of tho character of tho above,ot anything i ie it. From a pretty thorotigb knowledge of Mr. C'ny's public course, we would have had no hcsitation in nronouncing tho chnrca false, without rccurring to tho record, Hnving done so wecallupon the Advertiser otthorloiub stactiate its cbargcs or retractv Licences. Tho exampta of Addison County Court ia refusing licences to riim sellcrs, is liaving a salutary efTwXt through the state. In a multitude of towns licen ces have been refuscd, and we now hear that the court in Rutland Co. have vetoed them in every instancc. Uj" Lake Champlain navicatio.v ua poMMrvppn Th n,i; , uas comme.nced. lne Burlington is on nti icguioi UJJJ3. i ne oeranac uas ueen Innnrh, ,:i! - . r ...... ,.u tmcr upuu me iiub in lOdajs. Fare$3,00. Co.vciiess. Our regular record has been omittcd this week from press of oth cr matter which must appear. The pro- gress of affairs howcver in relation to the two great topics of interest, is fully dis played bythe ashington correspondents. The treaty of annexation has been signed and as a Vermont senator informs us is hourly cxpected in the senate. But the same gentleman assures us that it can nev- er be ratified by the Senate. Indeed if our accounts from Washington are cor rcct the whig party as a body have deter mined to veto it. It will be seen in an other column that the House have again refuscd to takc up the British tarifT bill. They fear the pcople, and we doubt whetb cr the Iocomajority will darepass the bill. (KrlstPonTANT conKKCTioNs. In a few numbcrs ofour paper tn somo unac countnblo manncr, in his lettcr to Mr. Meriwelhcr Mr Clay is made to say a mong olhnr things. " There aro cicep tionsand defccls in Ihe TarifT." It should be " thero may be cxccsses and defccts ic." IIENRY A. WISE. This notorious, blustering slaveholder from Virginia, a membcr of Congress.has been appointcd Ministcr to Brazil S. A. under :i salary. it is said, of 9000. This is the fellow who bent the inmost powers of his emaciated framc iu rejcct ing proposals to recognize the indpend enceofthe republic of Hayti lcast he should be compelled toassociatc in thc sime circle w.th a colured ministcr 1 IIow can he now reconcile bimself to the appointnient that he has reccived ? Does be not know that he is going to a govern ment ot mixed races l But he may consolc himself from the fact, that the Brazils are less mixed than any other of ihe South American provinces. Nevertheless Ilenry must sit in the Brazilian court with the very class of pcrsons which his fair (?)Ver ginia suu-burnt skin caused him to reject. lndian, Alrican and mixcd-blood min. istcrs will pour in around him, and tbeVer- sinia brawlcr will find himself among more than his cqual. Perhaps the existence of slavery in Brazil, or the color of South American cold is GufScient to induce the chivalrous son of Accomac, to sacrificc his principlcs ! Philadclpnia Elcvator. BALTIMORE CONVENTION OF RATIFICATION. Mat 2, 1S14 The Delegatcs from Vermont to the Young Men's Convtntionof Ratijication are requei ted to mcet at the Astor House in the Ci tt of Nf.w York, on Monday tho 29th day of April, inst. at 10 o'clock A. M. for the purpose of preliminary organization It is recommended tbateach delegate provido him self with a sprig of Evekgree.v. We hope that the County of Addison will not bc hchind any other in the State, in the number and rcspcctability of her dclegalion to tbis Convcntion. She should cxhibit the same patriotic pride to eurpass othcr counties upon this occasion, which she does iudisplay ing her whig ascendancy at the ballot boxes. Now or ncver is the time to secure a victory of wbich nothingcan deprive us but too mucb elation, wbich induccs ncgligence. One more vigoroui campaign settles the prosperi ty ofthe couutry, for at least the prescnt age eration. Thc time and expcnse arc nothins in comparison with tbe object to bc attained. The rail road company from Pbiladelphi to Baltimore bave reduced tbe fair for delegates to $5,00. We learn tbat Chittenden and Rutland Gouuties are to be numerously rep- resented. Who tbcn in Addison County is readyfor Baltimore. Rerollect every whig is entitlcd to a seat. BRIGHTON MARKET Mondat, April 15, 1844. Iteported for tlie NiE.Farmer At Mnrkei 480 Beef Cattle, 40 pairs Working Oxen, 500 Shecp, and 940 Swinp. 140 Beef Uattlc unsnld. .Prices. Beef Catile. Piices havo again declined nnd wo rcducc our quota ions. ivxlra bo. birst onalilv S4.00 c. 1 4,75; second qualitv S4aS4,50; third qunlity 83,50 n 84. 1 Sbeep. Sales from $2.50 to 83,75. A few cosset weathers 5,50 a SG. WOOL.-There is no imporlnnt chango in the wool markct : dcmand continucs good and prices firm. Tho stock of coarso wool has been somewhat incrnas- ed bv arrivals from Buenos Avrcs, but mostTif Ihose importalions had been con. tracted for, before arrival. Marr icd, In New York city, April 2, by Rov. Dr. Erskine Mason, Hon Snlomon Foot, M. C, of Rutland, to Mrs. Mary Ann Dnna, of Cla rcndon. Died In Middlebury on the 15th inst, Hnnnah Farnumaged 84 yeara. While sojourning at the West Mr. An- drew Rutherford of tbis town, A funeral I sermon was preached to a large and atten- j tive audience, on the occasion at tho Uctbodiot CbapaCby M"r. Ayn Feinale Seminary. THE Sammer term will commencs on Mjv day itfiy 13th. Miss Anne V. Stong, AssistanL L. L. T1LDEN, PrincipaL iddlebury, April 23, I8. 51;3w CLOTH CAPS. JDST rec'd an assortm;nt Afsn's Yonth's and Children's Cloth Caps for sale low by Z. BECKWITH & CO. April 22, 18U. STONE WAKE fitc. JOST rec'd a lot of Stone and Brown Earthcn , -WareoraU descripUons for sale at Pactory prices uj i".""-"nii a. April 32, Hats!! Ilats!!! AT T11E OLD BT1ND A TW R0D3 NORTH TIIC JH1L. THE subscriber would infonn the pnblic that he has on hand a large assortment of New Spring patterca, and cheap as ever of black and drab Hats of the latest New-York fash-. fered for Cash. ions, which he offers lower tor cash ob most KiNua or iruuubcc man can oe oougnt in uus county. JOHN JACKSON. N. B. The highestprice will bepaid for laabs wool and Muskrat skins. J. J. Middlebury, April 17, 1S11. 5I;U". TEMPBRANCE HOUSE. The subscriber would rcsrectfullv inform the public that he has taken the Tavetn Stand form- erlyoccupiedby Joscph C. Huntington on thc westsideof the bridm. in Middleburr. and in- tendstokecpahouscof public entertaiLmcntup- on strict Teinpcrance principlcs, and hopes to se- cure the patronage of all wbo will be satisfied with the fir.t rateaccommodations whicb such a house can afford. He has had mnch exrerience flf'v11? hiinseir that by his assidoous attention to supplv the wants of hfs guests. he will be able to give eniire satisfac- UontoaUthose who may favorhim with thcir custom. ALLEN H. HAWLEY. 1 Middlebury, April Olh, 1S44. 49 ' CJTONE WARE. The subscriber offers , for salc a good assorttnent of Stonc Warc, consisting of Cburns, JUJ,'S, Pudding l'ans, Butter Pon, Common Pitchers, Fancy do. &c. &c. IRA STRWART. Middlebury, April 16, 1S14, Joaathan C. Gipson, vs. Earl D. Daniels, and hisTrustee "Yy. A. Gipson, Statk op Vermont, Addison County Conrt, DeccmberTerm, 1813. At the term of the County Conrt held at Mid- dlebury in and for the County of Addison on this second Tuesday of December 16-13, Jonzthan C. Gipson of Salisbury in said county commenced hisaction onthecaieby attachracct against Earl D. Daniels, of Salisbury aforesaid, on notc dated lst oiarcn io-w, lor -n aonars t7 cenls, payaMe ondemand with usejalso for tlirec hundred d6l lars for money had and received by the defendant to the use of the plaintifl; in which William A. Gipson of said Sab'slury was summoned as Trus tce of the said Daniels: And it is sucsted and shown to the court, that tbe said Earl D. Daniels was atent from the State at the time ofthe. s-er-vice of the said writ, and has not yet retumed within the state; Itis therefore ordercdby the court, that said cause be continued until the next term of said court, to le hohLn on ihc second Tuesday of June 1844, and that nolice theieof be given to said Daniels by publication of this order in the Northern Galaxya public newpaper prin ted in said Middlebury, the last of wbich shall be at least thirty days tcibrt the said next term. 51 S. SWIFT, Clerk. Briggs & Prout, vs. Earl D. Daniels, and his Trustee State or Vermokt, Addison County Court, Levi Briggs. ( December Term, 1843. At the term of tbe Countv Conrt held at Afid- dlsburv, in and for the couolv of Addison ou the second Tuesday of December J813, ElnezcrN. Uriinrs of BrandoD. in the conntr of Rmknd.aml John Prout of Salisbury in thc connty of AJdison coparmcrsasauomevsunoer tnennn ot isrircs & Prout, commenced thcir action by altachment against Earl D. Daniels of Salisbury in said coun ty oi Addison, on oooic acconnt, in wmcn Jeri Briggs of said Salisbury was Mimmoned as a tnwce of the said Daniels: And it is snrrcstcd riggsofsaid Salisbury was 5nmmoned as a and shown to thc court, that the said Eail D. Dan iels was abscnt from tbe stale at thc time ofthe servicc of the said writ, and has not yet rctnmed within ihe same, Itis therefore ordeied by said court that said cause be continued until Ihe next term of said court, to be held on thc second Tuesday of June 1S14; and that nolice thercofbe sircn to the said Daniels br publication of this order, in thc NorthcmGalaxy, a public newspa pcr printcd in ssid Middlebury, thc last of which publications shall be atleast thirty days before the said next term. S. SWIFT, Clerk. 51 Augustus Gravcs j vs. j Earl D. Daniels. ' State or VEr.sio.tT, Addison County Court, December Term, 1843. At the term of the County Court held at j Middlebury in and for the CouiJtv of Addison on tbis second Tuesday of December, 1843, Augustus Gravesof Salisbury in said County commenced his action by attachmcnt against Earl V. Daniels of salisbury aioresaid, on note dated Olh February, 1843, for 211 dol lars, 35 cents, payable in tbirty-fivedays from datc: And it is suggested aud shown to tbc Court, tbat the said Daniels was abscnt from the State at the time of tbe servicc of said writ. and has not yct returned within the same. Jtis tnerelore oracrca ny tnc L.ouri, that the said cause be rontiuncd until the next term of said Court tobebeld on the second Tuesdav of June. 1844, and tbat notice there- of be givcn to said Daniel, by publication of this order in tbe Northern Galaxy, a public newspaper printcd in said Middlebury, three weeks successively, tbe last of which publi- J cations shall bo at lcast tnirty uays ooiorc mo said next term. 51 S. SWIFT, Clerk. JDST RECEIVED The Ageccyof Doct. 'North of tbe Jail, on tl.e road leading to Jo Buchan's Hu.ngarias Balsam for Ad- sepb Dyars. Said house is in good condmon dison County. At HERE THEY COME! iYEr AXD BEAUTIFUL GOODS, cntirely new style. bought vcry low tor cash nnd tney ,T1" be sold uncommoniy cneap by April, 1C, 1344. A. FRANCIS. TIIE WORCESTER PREMIVM EAGLE PLOW. The best plow now extant; and which drew the premium at the plowing match of the ! Massachusetts Agricultural Society last fall. Notbing more could be necessary than a stateinent of this fact, to commend it to the farmers of tbis region. It bas given pcrfect satisfaction whercverit bas been testcd. The subscriber bas tbe above PIows for sale at his ! establishment in jliddlel)ury and teeis certain ROYAL D. FARR. Middlebury April 9t 1844. $1. AT ONE DOLLAR 20 Doz. Pnirs Fair wella best Snring Heel Kid Slips, at BIRGE3. Dec. 13, 1343. Good Frcsh Bread. rriHE subscriber will furnish good fresb - hrpnrl at his Bake Shon. at the iatni prfce at whicb tbe flour can be purchased by the pound m tbis village. Also, l ies and some favorable ratc' HATS AND f-APS Snring natteni, fiuo Mole skin. Lefhom Double aud Single Brim, Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps at BIRGE'S April 10, 1844. GAllDEN SEEDS. Tho cclebrated RisleytCo. UardenSeeds. Also the bhaker becds from Eaueld, warran ted supcrior and of thecronrth of 18-13. For salc by Z. BECKWITH Jc Co. FOR SALE. A large LotofWindow Blindsand Sashat very low prices, by Z. BECKWITH fc Co. Middlebury April Cth, 1SI4. NKW SPRING GOODS. C. BIRGE, is now receiving hh usual ra- ricty of fashionable staple&.fancy Drv Goods. April 10. 1844. BONNETS &C. Ladies and Misses Florence Braid, Straw and Cyprcs3 Boncets, Artificials and Ribins at BIRGE'S. April 10 2341. Farm i'or Sale. T - XT TT . t t i n ylu ,u,1, "aTca-oa. ",e cccb aui road oea.r the Reographical centre of tbe tw"; aud one aud a half inilcs 60uth ofthe meetin? house, and six mijes north of 3Iid- dlebury. Said farm conlnius one bundred and scvcnty-Gve acres of land.wirb equal pro- portiou of pasture, meadow, and wood-laud Lfc well watered with cever-failing springs; u . r " 7 bc8'Jes tn. st'eatDS of coaj",S 10 'e yards, aud a firt ratc wcll of waler near the house. On taid farm is growing an orcbard of as good grafted fruit as there is iu Addison County. There is growing on thc farm four kiudi ofmulberry, with foliago suflicient to feed 20 or 25.000 worms. Tbcra is on ths premises a two story dwelling house, witli two large barns, a horuc stable, and wagon sbed sutlicipnt to stnro eight or tcn tous of bay, and othcr out butldings. For further particulars inquiro of tbe subscriber on the premises. IIARVEY IIOYT. New Ha-en, April 13th 1S41. 50; m3 BONN KTs; ILK, Cypre.s, i. Willuw Bonncts.just -'reccived, and for sale by IRA STEWART. Nov. 27 1S43. Nolice! ! Persons baving accounts for Qarding Wool bv Mr. Jamcs Jcwett, and tbos: hnving cloth dressed are hereby notified that the accounts that are not previously adjusted will be found in the hands of an atlorney for rollection on thalstorMay. IRA STEWAK.T. Middlebury, April 8ib. 1844. UAKPETINGS Sic. Oilcd flaor Cloth, Matting aud Carpetings, at BIRGE'S. April 10. 1844. Balzorinc, Sup. Mous De Laine, Ging bams, Prints, c. just rcceircd at BIRGE'S. April 10, 1814. Cloths. Cassimeres, Vestingi.Tweed Cas timeres and other Summer Clotha for Gcn tlcmens wear just received at BIRGE'S April 10 1814. PAPER HANG1NGS &c. 1,000 pieces Paper, 50 " Borderiugs, just received and very choap at BIRGE'S April 10, 1S44. GEORGE S. SWIFT, ATTOrV.EY AUD CQUHSELOR AT LAW. OJKct in the F.oom occupitd l the County Clerk, tn IVatnw.iht s bnclc Jiuilding. March. 23th 1844. 47;tf. Y71 1 A pood Stand fur a " Blacksmith. Sitnatcd in wtnting, a little soutuoi tno old waiker tand. Tbe huildings consist of a Rood fra med House. Barn and I Blacksmith-Shop, with a good Coal house, togetberwitb half an acre of good land For Termsenquire ofthe sub scribcrs. A. A. k J. RUSSIGDE, Assignecs. Whilirg March 25. 47:5w Vjpn ALL porsinw iiulehtrd .lUllOC. eithcr tn ihe subjcrihrrs or D M. Ruasiguo nu Book or Aote nre re-que.-ted lo m ikc iinmediute . payment to thc ubcrilier!' All uinett'ed account.i niUNt 1! iininediately plo-ed, cilher by notn or jiaymcnt. no mit!ikp. or co-it iill foll ow! A. A. &. J. UUSS1GUE Assigmv.. Whiting. Marcli 25, 1814. 47,0 OLACK CAMBRICK; BPk Cloakfring t es aud giaips, jii3t rec'd hy BROWN &. SHELDON. Jan.30, 1844. C. 300 bushcls Corn for sale by 11 P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, Feh. 29, 1844. OAP AUGERS xV new article of Cap Augers which every farmfr desirous of good lences anould liave, lor sale by P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, Feh. 29. 1844. Hebv P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall Feb.29. 1844. For Sale. Tho house nnd lot situated a few rods aml pieasauliy situaieii wiin a eniau Dam, t or lurtner particulars enquire oi, ALANS vN DU5TIN, WM. FLOWER, S. MOODY. Middlebury, Feb. 2C, 1314. 43;tf SARATOGA WATER. ONGRESS Spring Water, just received and for sala by tbo doz. or single bottle, at RL'SSEL 5c GRIDLEY'S. Feb. 14th. 1841. Blacksmithing. THE suh-jcribers would res pcrtrully inlorm thc people of Middleburvand vicinity.ihat they have formcd n I'e rtner ship undprihc firm of jleKAnnA cc art.itJii, f fa urpo3e ofcarrying on BLACKSMITHING in all its various hranche'". nt the shop je cently occupied by Ruluff Lawrencp, on the V'eraennes rond. They will do all kinds of'johs in their line of husines in a faitliful and workman-liko manner, baving been abvnyscngaged in tbis brancb of trade. Especially they wi ! SHOLIHORSES in the most approvnl modern style. Their prices will be moderate and rca sonahlc, and by constant ntnl assidunus nt :ention to the profession they hope to be fa vored with a. fair proportion of public pat ronage. HUGH McCANNA. JOHN SPEVCE. Mlddlebnry, April 15th 1845. SOjtf STOVES, TIN AND IIOLLOW WAUE, &c Tbe Subicriher will keepon hand a full and ccmplete assorttnent of STO VES, ofthe most approved Patlerns. Together with a getieral asiortinent of TIN, COPPER Jc SHEET IRON WARE, wbich will besoldat a great reductiun from former prices. Also PRE MIUM EAGLE PLOWS.gotnpiu Worces ter Mass. supcrior to any thing of the kind, ever oflered in these parts. AUo Sash, Door Blinds &c. mauufactured in Brandon. J. 15. WILSON. Inthe ereen Store, formcrly occupied by R. D. Farr. 40,tf M ACKEltF.L Codfch and Table Saltof suiierinr nirilitv, for s.tle at. ;RU6SELL 4- GRIDLEY3. Dec. 4, 1S13. a kiiop irccnJ tlo&r North of llio Conrejjaiioral Mcrttn II ou, wht ihey intcnd tn carrj on tlie lniiinef cfMillinerj and Mantitamaler, tlirj Iiare iUs Latesl Fakiiiucj whicb u, II te sude up in the most approtetl tiIo aiulUupatctit th?y coLcta h-re of PutruDUSC 43:tf Checse. cbccea'firstra,e lor sale by W. S. JonNsns. Qonfl )lf2 SOOBUSHELSUats CJClyU vyiXlO. a goml article to sow EAL?0 I llll uuati LSUWiiH. ty W. S. J03530S. Apiil lst. 1814. COWHIDE and Cnlljkm lioMis, Cut and Wrougiit NaiU an assojtmcnt or sale lowtr tl.au cver by Oct. 16, 1813, W. S. Jonxsorr. A CAItr. r Ty t Jtr Ctcl.p wnnlil ir-Cnrrn Tjl dics and Gemlcincn of Middlebury, tbat thty . 1 .1 1 .1 ta navc remaveu 10 ine iiuhm: uiujiic uic.i,u. Meeting Hause, fonneily occupied by Lldcr Kingsbury, wbere tbcydeslgn to continua the Tailoressaad Dicss-making business aUo all kinds of plain scwizg. n. J. ruvwsoN, C. HEART. TO THE LADIES. Flower Seeds Tt great varicty for sale by Z. BECKWITH Ac Co. April 8. 1844. - Milch C'ows. A few new milcb Cows, first rate. for salo cheap hy E. WA1NWRIG11T. Marcb. 15th 16-14. l.'tl!v2T" n,.-.i;,v fJi -la nr 1 J bushcl lor sale by A. FRANCIS. 1844. VERGEWHES AMD TROY LU4E. M. D. IIALL &. Co. THlSlincof niwt willbein first rato ro. pair at tbe opening of K avieiiionand wi II roni inmce tnnniog lo and Irom Troy t Vergennes. Loviui; Vrrgennes everv Tuelaj ani1 Satur dav morniug nl 7 o'clock A. M . "d T'oy rve rr'U'e.liif.riiy nd Sluidty it 3 o'clock P. M. Fn-gbt will bc rpreivtd in Tiojr up to ibe hour ofs-irtinc Kieigl.t t- be shipped from Ver eriinr' ni'it I e on lioarl ihe day prcvious. I'jts-nH trvllini Souib nill nd lnsi cbej aml oi.ivrtiieiit roul a well as ui'fditi. us, sikI n.i pnn will b. ared lo rene r tliem Cin lottabla and ati-.neri. 1 Proptic tors of tbi Line l.opo and Mirr that Ih pro " p'rww MmS d.fpiich. Ilut (Joidore hippl by lbi bni thcm a full slw of Public Ptron - S"' R. CHAPMAN, Acnt. ViMtrnnes. M. U. IIALL. Az'nt. 235 Hiver Strcet tip Sluiis Troy, N. t. Vcrjennct, April Lt 1H 1844 VERGENNES & BUFFALO LINE, TJJE CAXAL PACKET, J SHERMAN. CA;PT. F...M. SIIAW. WILL coirinmce hcr ttlp nn tli! C0:hpril Letwecn thi City and P.ufl.lo N. Y. Runnin: day and nighl fullons : Leaves Vergennes, Lcaves BufTalo , April 30 May 12 Mny 23 June 10 June 25 J'dy 3 Aug. 0 Auc". 19 Scpt. 5 Sept. 10 Oct. 1 Oct. 14 Oct. 29 Nov. 11 This Packet will be'in ur.lrnte otderfor tho nccoiiiiiiodatii,ii of Passcnjrcrs aud ffcipht. Will leave Vergennes nt 7 n'rlock iu the morninj, towed by Stcam Boat to U hitcbnll. Freicht must be on board the day previons. Tbnse tnovinx or visiting their friends in the far West will fid this tlie most expeditinns. and at thc saine timi tbc cheapest route they can takc. Thre who choosc to do so. can havo cvc y facili ty for Boarding tlicinselt es. Due attention will he paid to nll pamcnjrers by a careful Captain and crew. For further particulars enquire of , II. CHAPMAN, Agcnt, Vergennes. JOY & WEB3TER, ? nufr.tn WM. STIMPSON, J BuKl10 Vergennes, April 1st 1S14. P ARASOLS &c. A line lot of Parasols and Umbrellas. just rec'd. at April, 17, 1844. BIRGE'S. BONNETS, and elegant Ribbons and T.tfTifTiinfra tlii nMTHt anr most fash- ionable style, just received and offered very low bv A. FRANCIS. New Treatment ot'Uonsumption ! Bwhan' Hansarim naisarn r-j ye. Prepared in London, England, nnd rcc commcndiil by all cftbe inott celebrated PhAsicians in Europe. Sold wholesalero fail by RUSSELL & GRiDLEY, Mid dlebury. Agnnts fcr Addisao Counry. PilOBATE NOTICES. Commissioncr3 iN'otice. WE tbe Kibcribcrs bein? aDioinlcd br tha ITori- t the probnle court for tbe dii(rict cf Addison comm:- deuiaads of all persons ftgainst the estate t ROBPMtr HAGAR'IT, late of Leicerler, in naij dittrict rrpreKoted '(umlt ent Kodaljoall droandt rxliibileil in oGset tlicrel' nd lixmvnihs rromlbcrOlh day of March 1S44, Leins allowed br mnr, r.. .1, .1- ; lwrtby gire notice tliatmo willatteod to theb'usiiKM oiourau BppoiDlment at the dwelling house of Margaret H-.guriTinUice.itr on he third Wed nesdayorjuly and Sf pltmbcr oJo. o'c!tk A m. uotil 4 P m. ou each 01 taid daj. k John G. Perry ) . , James S. Messir, Commisuoners. D'aUdat Leicester, this 13th day of April 1844. 50 Conniiissioner's Notice. We the Subscribers bpiu appointeil by tho Probaie Court for tlie district of Ad dison Commisiontirs to reccive. cxamine, and ndjust all clnims nnd demands of all per-- socs ajainst thi- estato of R.VNSOM V. WODDIN. l.ile of Bridport in soid dislrict decease'f rfpresrnted nisolreot nlso nll claims nnd derr.arMls eslubileJ in olTael thereto and sit monll.s fmm ihe 21st day of March IS44 being allowrd by said t ourt for that purpose, wo do tburciorc -;ive notice that x-owill QttcMiJ lo thc business ofour said nppointtncnt at ihe dwrlting housa of thc wukr.v of the dtccasrd in Bridport cn tho 51-1 day of May anJ Scptemhcr nr. frorrp fiotn niue o'clcck A. M. until four P. M uu cavb of s.iid davs. narMEldrid-e, Conmmissioncrs. ' Dutcd at Bridport this 21jf dav cfMcrch A.D. 1841. C0 Middlebury, Jan. 10, 1841. GABINET FlfflNlTUaE, NAHUM PARKER, WOULD inform his old patrons and the public penerally that that hu kcops cor.stuntly an hand nt his old stsnd Miuth ofthe Court House and opposite tho Addison County Iciupcmnce House, tbo LARGEST ASORTilENT OF in thc Connly, whicb be i? srllin nt low. vr prices for Casli rcady.or npproved crcdit than bas cver been sold in this viciuity.nnd he woald rcspcctirully invite all 'o nro abntit puichasing to cal! noJ c.tnmir.e In work. 3G: w CAUINET lnTEsulscr ilK-rwnuU reptclfuily inforo tbll ehsbiunls of Middlebury and viciuily. tbat h) his ii o.rcu hand a largo aorlnjnt i,f Cab inet Furniture , such as SKC&ETAitics. Bu niAus,lJOK Cvse Wabb Robes, Tablks, Fancy Wbnif, Liciit and TVmh STiMie; liicn Posr, Fhexch. Cot and TuRM-ur Bsd stkadh. Soku, Bed SorAs and Ckairs. To. Eetlwr with rarwn otlier attlcles of bouie bU l'uriiilure All jnln in hin line will bo f xccuiod at iott nnlictiand in mot apyroved stj !. P-r-son v.-iehin any of lb. above ailicl.-s, will do voll to call on tbe su'iscnber.ae- Ihe ii detetmin lU to nell a chrap for nnst k'nds of produco asanyono iu this country nd fur cash. a. gool dcil cbf ap?r. ETollOP ondorr soith the Bip'iJt r.hutch. HORACE N1CUOLS. Middlebory. Jan. 10. 1811. 38 N. 15. ll.'N. wouIJ jnjt mxTta tbosc nbac owe faimlhat h in w'mtof hisdue. riiE IXFEXTED BYE. P. BAKSISG Af.i or PiTTsror.an Veshiixwia, Will bc kcpt constantly 011 hand by Dr. W. P. RUSSEL, of Middlchury. he having purcbascd of thc Origiual Pateutce thc tz clusice right to maic aud vcnd thc same with in and for thc County of Addison. Vt., aud iu Essex County State f New York. Tho Palent Lace bas now been bcfore the public for a amnber of montbs hundrcds have beeu applicd in diiferent parts of tbc couutry, aud with n success nevcr before cquallcd by any rcmiJia! aent. Numcrous well autbeuticatcd certibcates of itsbeueficial iiifluciico in ths rcmoval ofdiseascsof long stndiii, niight b: furnifhed from tbis imme dialc viciuity ia addition to tbe atatemcnt of cascs aud cirtificateJ of curcs funii.-Iicd by Dr. Banniu aud othcrs. But tbis is cot dcemcd ncccsary, ss at tbe prescnt time ref crcure can be civen to iudividuals wearin,7 tho Lace in ncarly every Town in ths County- Phisicians have long felt the ncccssity of a supportcr diucrently coustructtd aud more pcrfect iu its adaptation to the bunian form than any that had been preenteJ to tLe pub lic. Thc iuventinn of Dr Bauning's meets wilb their peneral apprcbation.es itisde sincd to relicve symptums, and to rertcdy a class of physical nialadies w bicli ean tmI bo rtached by raedicincs alone. The decent or displaceraent of the vicera from relaxation of tne aldominal muicles or ollicr causes tends to aiter end derange ths function of evcrj' organin tbe huruan sjstem, and in many coses thb devlation f.om tho natural bcalthy position of partj is the eole cause of generaldebiiity in Males A; Females of Dytpcpsia, alTections of the Slomarh and Lirer Palpitalion of the llcart, Spinal Jrri tation, Hysteric Ilypecondria, Piles, rrclap sas UltrC Supprtuion of Urine. I'he Bron ehitis of public speakers. and incipient Con suraflion all of which will he much reliovcd if not cntirely removed by the use of the Pa ttnl Lace, when their existence is caused by Physical dcranseraent acd a mechanicnl dis placcment of parts whicb can be rcadily bs ccrtnincd by obscrving tho form and tymp tomt ofthe person affected. This instnnnent has been examincd br Dra. Mott, Rogers, Frauces and Griscomb of New York, tho Faculty of Pittsburgb. Hartford and New Haven and ha obtaincd thcir favorable tcstiinony. Application for the Lace can bo made at the lionse ofthe subscriber, two doors south of the Court House. Patients at a distance will be visitcd at thcir residence if renuired. A specimen ofthe Lace together with va rions kinds of the most approved Trusscs now in use can at any time be examincd at the Dmgpist store of Russel & Gridley Crst door south of the Tost Office. W. P. RUSSEL. Middlebury, Pcb. Cth 1844. 40.tf To Let. THE House ofthe subscriber in Wey bridge three quartcrs of a mile from ihls village, a beautiful situation recently weli ra- paired, and intendcd to bc painted soon cx ternally, together with fourteen acres ofl.md in the rear, an acre and a half of whicb is es cellent for tillage. An orcbard with inucU grafted fruit stands upon the premises, Poa s esiion given on the first of April. H. Mlddl&ory, Mttib l7tb 1B4.