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nowexists, of cradicating ptejudice, of culti vating concord amoug thc membcrs, ratbcr than introducing a new and disturbing ele- ment ivliich may lead to dissatisfaction aud dcsolation. Says Heury Clay what we want is " Union, Peace and Ptititnce." IIow sensiblc, bow just, how humanc, how truly patriotic is thc Iiae of policy recomracndcd in this smgte scn- tenci. How would tliis nation prospcr witu such a Pa'burus as Ilcary Clay at llie Iiclm of thc govcrnmeut, and w bat a cueenng pros jwct have wc before ns in bcholdiug thc swel- lii.g lide of nonularfavor which will as suic Iv waft liim to ilic presiclential cliair as be livcs to scc tlie -itb of March 1843. Tiik Adva?iCi:i Cur.u.-A lcllcr writ lcn in Fhiiisdclphia says, that a largc body of four cr fivc hundrcd of tbo Bravc Green Mousfain Uuys lcad llie van of the Groat W'U'i" Arniv which is to rcniczvons nt Baltimore, nided by dclaclinients from W c.-jtetn New York nnd Mainc. Thcy nppeared coiiFpicucus whh thcir eprigs of green in thcir hais, and allhmigh tetutall ors nevcr was thcrea happicr sct of tnen. Tliey madc f pccchcs, sung songs, chcercd nnd wcrc guilly of all those alarming rcv elrics ivhich eo niuch agilato Martin nn liurcD, nnd those wondertul pur isls in mornl.i Slnm Oang, and Co. bc sides Wcllcr, Rathburn, nnd scvcral olb- cr bcautics of Ibo party in Congress. CO?JGRESS. FRACAS IN CONGRESS. Washington, April 23d. A feir days ngo, somc body revivcd the stale slander of bargain and corruptioii against Mr. Clay iu 1825. Hon. Jobn White, late Spcakcr. pronounced it falsc. Mr. George Rathlmn thc member from the Caync.i dis- trict, N. Y. whoso seat is directlv in front ofl Mr. White's tnrncd romid and told hnn the chargs was capnble of proof. To this Mr. W. replicd by reiteratiug thatthc charge was false. Mr. Ratlibuu immediately aimed a blowat Mr. hile nrbicli was returned, nnd afnr cxcban-ins scvrral incrc blons., thcy were sepcratcd by thc nieiiihcrs. l)i)rin the nflray, a fellow namcd Moore. rushed iu up on the floor to lake 3!r. White's part, but was immediately seized by Mr. McCnusIin of Illmois and put out of the Hall whcrcnp on be drcw a pistol and fircd at .Mr. McCnus lin, but missed hiTli and shot one of thc door beppcrsin thc thigh. Ile was siezcd, and af tersomo flonrisliing of a bowic knife ivji sc eured. :ind will, we hopc, hc sevcrely puni.-di-ed. Mr. White and Mr. Rathlmn subsc queutly npolosized to thc hoiisc, and shook liands. So therc ends tbij cbaplcrof Con grcesioual ctitjucltc. V.'ednesday, April 24. ITouse of Rcrr.ESEXTATivts. The pro cecdiug3 cuded ycsterday by the adoption ol a re.tilntio!i diiecting the appointmcnt of a Committce of live membcrs to investigatc the circunistanccs attendiag thc rcncountcr bc tween lessrs Raihbn.i and White, and cen suriug iber.i for thcir conduct. The Cnui inittec consists of Mcssrs Isandcr?, Adams, Droiupuole, Ilardin and 'leiibou ChapniHn. The persou uliu uouuded thc oiTiccr, lvas ordcred to rcmaiu in the cntody of the Scr-reant-at-Arms, until tlie fnrthcr action of thc lIoue. Mr. Win, tbo uatchinan, wlio was shot, is said ta be very badly trouudcd. The ball cutcred Jii - thigli iiigh up, and altbmigh tbo Bfne was not brokcn, tbo injiiry is a very Bcrions one. Tiie bal! lus not yet been ex tractcd, aliboub aii rxaiuiuatiou has liccu made by tlie pliysicians. A mution ras madc ilmt thc rulcs be stis peudcd furtbc purposaof goiuginto Coniniit tce of thc "Whule ou thc Tariif bill. The inotion was agrced to. Mr. J. Rrinkerbon', ofObio, bciag cntitlcd to thc floor, nddresscd thc Committce at lcngih, in opposiiion to thc protcctivc pdlicy. Mr. Wctlicrcd, of Marylnml, got the floor nest, and tbca;b a youcg man and a youug rnember, bc madc a praciical and conchisivc argmneut in favororth', protcctivc systetn. Tbo debate was continucd by Mcssrs Ken nrdy, of Maryl.iml, aud Morris, of IVnn. Senati:. Thc foliouing incmorials wcrc prcscmcd and referrcd. Mr. Upharn, from citizens of Vermont, rcmonstrating agaiiHt tlte amiciaiinn nf Tea. Also, against any cbaiic in ibs TariH". The signcrs say tbat thcy are fnrmen. aud bpfure this Tarill' was ndoptcd, tbey bad ou band a lnrge amount of agrifultural producK, whicb had accuniti lated, b-rcsuse they cotild fiud no inarkct for tbem; but thc aduptisu of llie prccnt Tarill" oponed a rcadr sale for ihcir artitk-s. Mr. BucbBunn.two iiirmorialsfroni Pcnn. la f.ivor of thc prctent TarifT. Mr. Tallmadic thrce memorials from diflercnt parts of New York, against the an ncxatioii cfTcxas. Also, a Iarge nnmbcr of. rcmonstranccs against any chniigc in thc cx istiog Tarifl". Mr. Crittcndcn, a memorial from Ohio, against the ratification of thc Trcaty whh Texas. Mr. Tappan, from citizens of Brainbridgc, Ohio, against the anactalion of Texas. Also, a petitiuu for n cominuuication betwecu Lakcs Superiorand Ilwron. Mr. Walkcr, the procecdiags of a Tylcr mceting in Philadelphia, in favor of the rc antiexalion of Tcxas. Mr. Frnncis, the protest of thc Legislature of llbodc Islind against any interfcrencc by Congrcss, with the intcnml toncerns of that tate, as w'nhoiu authority, aud having a tendcncy to cscite a spirit of discoutent and insurrection. Mr. F. nioved that it bo laid on the tabls and printed so ordcred. On motion of Merrick, the Post Office bill was taken up. Thursday, April 25. No busincsa was transacted in eitbcr IIousc of Congress to-day exccpito adopt thc reso lutions customary on the deaih 0f a member. Iu thc Hnnse, Mr. Slidell. of La., amiounc ing thc death of his colleaguc Mr. Bossieur, wboso dcath, he remarked, was the tccth tbat bad occurred in tbe presrut Concress; tbree in tbe Seimc, and seven in the Ilouse. The funeral will take plare to-tnorrow, and the bu- Biness of Congress will not be rcsumed till Saturday. This citv is now tolcrablv full of lunntics. First thero is Scnator Niles who believcs be has passed from this world, and is now expe- neucing futunty. faecondly, John lylcr. who is equally insane as to his chance for the jl residcncv, and tbirdlv. the nrincipal agitS' tors for the finncxation of Texas; and these last as wcll as the Capt., have an nnjust and falsc apprechtion of tbe world they live in, as poor Mr. Niles. Tyler believes that he will ith certaiutycompaj, the Presidency. The fricmk of aanexation are equally certain that the treaty will be ratiGed, and nothing will jndeccive eitber till nal actiooii had upon oqXsi tbeie sabjecU. Friday, April 2G. House or RcrnESEXTATi vo.-The House met at 12 o'clock for the purpose of witness ing the funeral ccremonics of Mr. Bossier, latcly one of its rnembers. Tbcrc was no bas'uiess transacted in thc Scnate to-day. Saturday, April 27. Mr. Dromgoole mored to go into the Com- mittee of the Wholc on the Union torceume tiie consideration of the lann bill. Hlr. Barnard hoped not; but that the Ea9tcrn Ilarbor bill wonld bc pcrmitted to come from thc Speakcr's Uble in order. The inotion was carried by thirty or forty majority. Mr. Bclscrcntercd into Constitutional ar- gument against tbe l'rolcctivg System, and ' against its expcdieucy auujustice, Mr. Brodbfiad mnie. n rnnd snpech in fa- vorofthc Protectivc TarilT, and not only in opposition to the passage of tlrc pcnding bill, butto discussion thcreou as entircly useless aad worse tbau useless, thcre beiug no pros- pcct ol action at tliis time, anu was speaKiug at tbe closeof this letter. Tbe Senato was not in session. Monday. April 29. Nothing but loog tarift" speeclics in the ' House tlns dar. iu ine oenaie iiRcwise, me Tarifl" was under discussiou Mr. Uaytonof NewJcrsey delivercd a very ablc speechin favorof thcprcsent lann, auu pronouncins all the matenal portious or Woodbury speech uutrue. In thc Ilouse Mr. Colla- mer addressed the committce in a very able spcech upon the tarhT. Thc corrrcspondenl of tbo Kxpress says tuat tne spcecn was ricn npon thc article of wool, and the membcrs liitcncd to tho speaker with great profit and attcntion. 1 lie loolisli asscrtion tnat tnc ta- riff bcncfits only the manufactnrer was an- s cred cflectnally. The Calboun and Tyler men are overjoyed at the appcarance of Mr. V:n TtiiMn'a fllltl- I fTH IPftPr. I MPV f hltlfr thc coast is now clear for Tyler. The loco irainctl Oilloy lor Iho ducl, in lull cxpcc foco members are scriouslv discussinc the , tation that he would kiil Gravcs, instead expcdiency ofdropping Van Buren for Col. Johnson, Old Ironsides&c, whileothers are hnnkcring after old Hickory belicving that the live lion in his dotage is better than the idead ass ot uudeniroia. iass nas some inenas, lcr. In the Sennte the morning bour was spent, upon tbo Post Ofiice bill, which was pastt aud sent to tlie Ilouse by a vote ot to 14 Tuesday, April 30. In tbe Ilouse, this day was spent in dis- cufsiug the Tarifl". White Mr. Prcston King of New York was making a spcech which was nolhiiig but an abusive pbilippic against Mr. Clay, that gcutlcman was upon tbe floor ciijoymg it to tne lilc. Mr. Ulay was also in the Jsenale cnamoer diiring thc mnrniiig. White crossing the ro- tmidaawbolercgimentofdeleEatcssurround- ed him bodily and shoolrbim by tbe band. In thc fcenatc Mr. t airliela. ol Alaino pre- ntcd the crcdeutials ofMr. Niles. Mr. Jar-; nigan said hc c jtisidcred it his duty to intcr- j pose objcctions to the qualifications of the ' gciitteiiian atid moved tho appointment ofa s-electcnmmitteeof fivc toinvestigatc the sub- ject and tbe capacity oftbe Senator elect to takcthe oath of ollicc. This resolution was adopted and Messrs. Jarman. liernen, 5m, i..i.,n, ...u u.... .,.r..u 1TO ommittcc. ' ' Wednesday, May 1. Thc Scnate aftcr the reccption of sundry ' pctition3inf.ivorofannexatioHadjournedun- til Friday. ln the Ilouse a resolutiou was adopted V lngs, who, joincd to thc Ucniocrats, providing for thc tcrininatinn "of tbe Tarifl" wji mnkc tho requisito majoritv. Phil debatc on the 8th. Tbe remaindcr of tbe niinhin r.dirr.r 1 day was spent upon thc TarilT. I VIRGINIA REDEEMED P. S S. The IastAlbany Daily givcs thc in Virginia as certain. Whig majority rcsuH in joint bal!ot,4 at least in favorof the whigs. i I he lucliinann i.nquircr, tlocol adnuts tnat thc whigs have carried thc day. Clat ! WA5iii"cTosX-Tbe Hon. Hcn- ry Clay has ariived in Washington. He is in cxcellcut hcalth and spirits, aud is thc gucst of William A. Bradlcy, Esq. WI1IG NATIONAL CONV.ENTION Frnni thc Editor. BaltiMoke, Wednesday May 1, 1844 5 o clock, I iM. Tho Whi National Convcntion has bccn hc'.d, and Ibo rrsult- are most aus picious. Thc vcncrable A'lBnosc SrEN ceii of N " was Presidcnt. and not less ' tbansix oroisht cx-Gcivcrnors nmong tho , Vire Prcsidmis. 11ENRY CLAY was j unaaimnulv noniinntcd for President, of cou.se. and TliliODOUE FRELlNG-' GHUYSEN of New Jcrscy though now a residcnt of New York wason tho lhirxl Dallut nnminated for Vico Prcsidont Tho mntter was substanlially scttled in n t mceting of the Southern Membcrs last : evenin. 1 bo fnllowing are Ihe aggrc- 1 jratc"volcs"on the scvcral ballots : I lst Ballot. 2d 3d. 155 70 40 T Frclinghuyson John Davis Millard Fillmnro John Scrgcant 101 83 53 33 118 74 51 32 tvithd'wn. Tolal 275 275 274 Thc wholc nnmber of clcctors in tho Union is 275. so that cvery district in th o Union was rcprcsentcd. Mr Frclinghuyscn having, on n third ballot, 34 majority ovci all opposingi was thcn 'unan:niously' tiominaicd for Vice Prcsident. He is a most worthy and ca pablo inr.n. and will add strcngth even to Hcnry Clay. They will be elcctcd by an astnunding majority.- Pcrfect harmony nnd intenso entnus iasni charactertzed tho . deliberntions ot the Convention throaghont. The motion ' that thc nomination of Mr Frclinghuyscn be unanimous .was made by Judgo uur net of Ohio (Davis) seconded by Gen. Root of N Y (Fillmore,) Hon T, M T Ic KennaolPa. (Sargeant,) Abbott Law. rcnce of Mas-s. (Dnvis,) nnd by scvcral others, in brief addrcsscs of tKrilling elo quence nnd powcr, 'and carried with thundcrs of acclamation. . Specches have becn made by Gov. ' Cillswortn, 01 Ct.JS Little ofMaine. Tatil of Tenn. Gov Metcalf ofLy. Hon. John M Berricn and Col Lumpkin of Gn. Hon Edward Stanly of N C and scvcral others. Benjr Watkins Leigh ofVa. is spcaking as I closo. This isa most august Convention, and there are at least 30,009 Whigs assembled bero to ratifv tbo nornioations to-raorrow. TTicro are thousandspoaring in liourly. u. G. HIeetinc or tue Vehmont Baltimore Delegatiox at New Yohk. Wo learn by the'i'ribuno that tho Vermont Dclega tinn inct at thc Astor Hnusc at half past elcvcn on Salurday mornitig, nnd organ ized thcmsclvcs by nppointing Govcrnor Paine Prcsident. and 15. H. IJillinga Esq., i isccrctarv. Tho Banner of tbo Stalo Delegation bcaring tbe National Eaglo ovcr thc Es cutchcon of tho Stale, and thc dcvicc Thiisdo our tnountain's sons Rcspond to thcir country'scnll. wns in the hall of thc house, and as also s tne IJae ol Ihe t-lty UelCKatlon ot Burlington, richly cmbroidered with thc niotto, Thc dawn of a brighterdav The meeting was tnost enthusiastic, nnj n high spirits. . The DeIea(;on w: ation will consist of thrce , hundrcd at lcast. A band of music from Rutland are in attcndancp. Hon. Dixon H. Lewis, as wo" learn from tho Washi nppo;nlctj by the Govcrnor of Alabama tomithe vacancy in I o . : i ,u - ,. J r n i v by the resignalion of Col. Kmg. . In honorablc contrast with the conrsc oi some oi mo tnira pnriy papcrs is tlie annexcd cxtract from the Emancipator. cdilcd by Mr Leavitt : The Domocratic naDCrs of thc North circula,ini, .ieflo thimrs. and trvin- to gairj by dcnouncing Mr Clay, although it is in evidcnce that thcir lcaders had 1 of Gravcs killing him. And thc wholc 'party are out in full cry against Mr Clay for his ducllin". whcn tbo world ltnow's ;, ,0 Detnocrats will cive their votes for Vico pfesid(.nt citlcr to po)ki or King) or Stevenson ALL DUELISTS1" Vermont and Neic York. A splcndcd ser cnade was givcn to tbe Vermont Delegation riml tbpir Imtiil Inqf ntif In Tmtit of t1i Aa. tor House, byLothiau'scelebratedbrass band who nlayed a creat numbcr of thcir natriotic and othcr airs. The Green Mountaiu Boys returned the compliment, and invitcd thcir visitors into their quartcrs, where thcre was cucli mirth, and an hannonious interchange ol gflou lecling. Ine iew Xorkbandtben gave a parting nuick-step, and this ncat and tastcful wclcomc on thc part of our fcllow- citizens was concludcd. Altogcthcr, it was one of the most hearty and pleasing iccidents of tho campaign, so far. . . 1 wrole J'OO somc time ngo, that "in casc tho Scnntc rcjccts tbe Trcaty, tbo qncstion will cnmo beforo both IIouscs in Ihe shapo ofa joint rcsnlution ; Tcxas claiming lo bc nriginally a Tcrritory of thc Unilcd tJtatcs. nnd posscsscd of tho reoiiiiN ito nonu ation tn fi.rm a Sl-itn. "In I mt ca'c I can nssure j'ou Annexntion cnn be carried ; thcrq being a siifiicier.t number of Oemocratic voles iu both IIouscs, who will go for Icxas "as a party measure,' nnd n stifficicnt numbcr of Southcrn ... . .f. - , ., , , , not belicve that a majority of tho Scnate would ngrce to such n resolution. To nnncx Toxas by Trcaty, with a two-lhirds volc. is nn abusc of ihe treatymaking powrr, and surcly it is worso yct to do thc I' dced by resolution. P. S. Thc National Intclligcncor says fbrm i rlfinfrpr. Mnfl wnrna Ihn npnnln to )our ; renlon3,rnnce9. ' TIIE FRAUD PROT'ED. j Thc Irial ofElliot has bccn concludcd, nnd thc Loco Foco Scnate of Lnuisania has found him guilty, nnd rcmovcd him from offif.c. Thus Ibo Ilouse (Whig) and the Scnate (Loco) have concurred in his ' iinpcachmcnt, nnd procetl the LOCO ' FOCO FRAUD in Ihe Xeto. Orleans elee. tiqn. Crow, Mr Pntriot Mr Star Mr ; Age : crow ovcr a fraudulcnt victory, will you ? Thcy must fecl mighty nice. 'I hc Scnalc found him guilty of issuing ovcr SEVENTEEN UUKDRED iltegal ccr tificatcs of naturalization. Watchman. Whig Club. There will be a meeting oftbe Whig Club at the Town Room on Friday evening, at the ringing ofthe bell, to reccive the rcport of the Delegation to Baltimore. Scvcral ad- Delegation to drcsses may be expected P. STARR, Pres't. May 8th, 1844. A1LLAGE MEETING. A public meeting of the citizens of the village will be held at the Town Room this day, at 1 o'clock, P. M., to take into con sideration thc proposcd encro'achmcnts, un der the authority of the Select Men, npon Plcasant Strect opposite the Congregational Cburch, and to take suitable measures iu re- lation to the same. Middlebury, Wednesday, May 8th. ' TEMPERANCE MEETING. EW Drury Esw will delivcr an ad dress before the Young Mcn's Tcmpcranco Socicty,- Wednesday Eventng, May 7th 7 o'clock at tho 'I own Room. Ladies on(j gcntlcmen are rcspectively invitcd to attend. S Pearl Latiirop, Scc. Married, In Cornwall, on the 2d ult. .by tbe Rev. K. Havens, Harvey Briggs Esq. of Benson, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, to Miss Frances L. Peckof thefonnerplace. D iea In Lincoln on the 24th ult. Owen Briggs, agcd 85 years, a Revolutioiiary Soldier. Iu Danville on.tho 16th ult. Henry Mat tocks, Esq. Cashierof the Bank of Caledo nia, aged 38. In Cornwall, April 15th,MrevMincrv'a Ben edict, agcd 75 years. MUSICAL ENTER TAINMENT. There will be a Public Concert niven by the Juvenile Choir oftbe Congregational So- ciety, at thcir Uhurcb, on Wednesday i.ve niog, May lSth, commencingat 7 o'clock. PROGRA.MME. Intidnction. Piano Forte. 1. ChilJrcn listen to tbe Lord. SrniUn? Mav. Shall e'er cold water be forgot. I bave come from a happy lanrl. Song. Sisters' Duett. Piano. C. Spring where you wailingnowl Solo. 7. Iam coming little maiden. 8. O Lord white angels praise thee. 9. Wby stand ye round the threshold. 10. Skaters' Song. 1 1. When evening steals o'er me. Son; 12. Overture in Tancredi. Piano. 13. Snow RiTtl. 14. Hark! the midnishtbells are chiraing. Daclt. 15. See tbe heathcn mother stand. 1C. Ifcverlsee. Song. 17. Onr yonthful bearts with temperance burn. 18. Agawam Cluicksiep. Piano. 19. WinterSong. 20. The West etemal bome. Song. 1. iledley. O say busy bee. 23. Bird of the South. Duett. 23. Duett. Piano Forte. 21. All the week we spend. 25. Come childrcn, come. 20. In the cottage. 27. GoodNight. Brightbc onr parting. 23- Examination in Elementary Principles. A new Piano Forte, manufacturcd by 1 . Uii- bert fc Co. will be uscd on the occasion. At the close a collcction will be rakcn, tne oc- ject of wbicb, will be then stated. AUCTION SALE. tVlll !-. nlit nn S.Knrdnv neit. Mav lllh. at theAic'dlcburyAuction Room, thc foUowicg ar ticles of Household Fnmiture, &c, viz.; 2Bureaus. 3Bedsteads. asct rarlorur.airs, 1 do. Dininjr do. 1 do.'Kitchcn do; 4 TaMes, 3 Llght stands, 1 large Rocking Chair, 2 smill do. 1 Crib, Stoves, Tubs, Pails, Pots, Barrels, ' Kettles, &c. &c. Also 3 i'at. riows, i uun. Sale tocommcnce at2 o'clock P. M. Z. BECKWITH, & Co. Auctionccrs. Middlebury, May 8, 1841. FOR THE LAUIES ! Printed Lawns. half mouming do. Fancy Monslindc Laines. Frence Prints, American do. &c. &c, iust opened andsclling fast at STEWARTS. Itouen and Fancy Cassimcres, for Summer Pants Fancy, Checks &c, for coats, Marseielcs, Uich Silks, Satin and Vdvct, Vcstinc at siKwauia Anica lot of Fancy Gimps Fringcs Velvet, Satin and Crimpt, Spring Kibbons just from New York. t STEWARTS. Looking Glasscs, ofallsizes andpricc at I. STEH'AllTS. Femalc Somiuary. THE Summer term will commence on jVon day May 13th. Aiss Anne F. Stong, AssistanL L. L. TILDEN, Principal. ilfiddlebur)-, April 23, 1811. 5l;3w CLOTH CAPS. JUST rec'd an assortment!2len's Youth's and Children's Cloth Caps for sale low by ZBECKWITH &. CO. April 22, 1814- JUST rcc'd a lot orStone and Brown Earthcn Warsof alldescriptions forsale at Factory prices by Z. BECKWITH &. CO. Apm y-', itHi. Hats!! IJats!!! AT TIIE OLn STJISD A TEW B0DS NOHTUjTHE JJtU TTTE sohscriber would inform tbe public that he has on hand a large assortment of black and drab Hats of the latest New-York fash- ions, which he ouers lower roa cxsn on most kixds or Prodcce than can be bonght in tbis C0Unty" JOHN JACKSON. N. 3- The'highest price will be paid for lambs wool and Maskrat skins. J. J- Middlebury, April 17, 1811. Oljtf. PONE WAItE. The subscriber offcrs for salc.a cood assortment of Stono Ware, consisting of Churns, Jugs, Pudding Pans, Buttcr Pots, Common Pitchcrs, r Fancy do. &c. &c. IRA STEWART. Middlebury, April 16, 1814. JUST RECEIVED The AgcncyorDoct. Bucban's Huscarias Balsaji for Ad dison County. At RUSSEL & GRIDLEYS. HERE THEY COME ! NEIF AND BEAUTIFUL GOODS, cntirely new stylc, bought very low for casb uau luey lvui uu suiu uuluujihuuij vnt"i' April, 10, 1844. A. FRANC1S. HOES! HOE3! WILSON'S Hoes anice article, just reccived and for sale cheaper' than tbe cheapcst at STEWART'S. NEW GOOHS. THIS day opening by the subscriber a splendid stock of fresh and dcsirable goods, emoracingan ine vaneucs 01 RICH AND FASHIONABLE GOODS otfercd in the market, he has taken the nt- most nains in his selection as to style, quality and price. AII wishing for good bargains will do well to can. lie wiii say pojinreiy 11c is not to bc undcTsold, and his niotto is to un dersell, knowing that small profits and quick returns will ensure sucess to the trader and satisfaction to tbc buyrr. P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, April 29th, 1844. Full of Goods Thc latest, cheapcst and hcst Stockrof Goods ever offered in this market comprising almost every vaiictyof kind, style and name, which were bought low with cnsh and which araSELLlNG OFF RAP1DLY at a small advancc from Cost, by A. FRANCIS. May 8th 1SH PAPEK. Hangings, a large stock, just rec'd and offcred low by May 1, 1844. .. A. FRANCIS. CARPET Wnrp, Cotton Yarn, Shecp Twine, a new supply by Mny 8th 1844. A. FRANCIS. CAPS, Velvet, Boys Fnncy do Crimp, Glared do, Sportsmen Wool do- just re ceived, for sale at STEWARTS. A LARGE lot of Unbrellas and Para sols, cheap for cash at STEWARTS. H ATS, Leghorn, Palm laf , mcn's wido STEWARTS. Brim no, lor eaie at HATS AND CAPS. Spring paiteni, fino Mole skin, Leghorn Double and Single Brim, Silk, Velvet and Cloth Caps at BIRGE'S. AprillO, 1844. GARDEN SEEDS. The cctebratcd Risley ii Co. Garden Sceds. Also the Shakcr Sceds from EnCeld, warran- tcd supcrior aud of tbe orowtb of 1343. For sale by, 2. BECKW1TII & Co FOR. SALE. A large Lot of Window Blindsand Sash at very low pnces.by Z. BECKWITH &Co Middlebury April Cth, 1844. NEW SPRING GOODS. C. BIRGE, is now receiving his usual Va- ncty of rasliionablc stnpIeiVfancv Dry Goods. New Spring pattcrus, and cbcap as over of- icrcu tor uasti. April 10. 1841. BONNETS &:C. Ladies aud Misses Florence Braid?Straw and Cyprcss Bouncts, Artiflcials nud Ribins at BIRGE'S. April 10 231 1. B O N N K TSf Q1LK, Cypress.it Willow Bonnct;.just rcceived, and for sale by IRA STKWART. Nov. 27 1813. CARPETINGS &c. Oilcd floor Clotb, Matting and Carpetings, at UIRGE'S. AprillO, 1814. Balzoriuc, Sup. Mous Dc Laiue, (iing hams, Prints, SfC. just receivcd at BIRGE'S. AprillO, 1814. Clotbs, Cassimeies, Yestings.Tweed Cas simeres and othcr Summer Clotbs for Gen tlemens wcarjust receivcd at BIRGE'S April 101841. PAPEIl IIANGINGS 6cc. 1,000 picccs Paper, 50 " Bordcrings, juit rcccived and very cbcap at BIRGE'S April J0, JS14. JLACK CA.MBRICK; Bl'k cs aud gimps, just rcc'd by BROWN & SHELDON. Jan. 30, 1844. (?riti bushcls Corn forsale by XjVI 11 . p. w. COLLINS. Cornwall, Fcb. 20, 1844. CAl' AUGERS A new arfrelc of Cap Augcrs which cvery farmer dcsirous of good fcnccs should have, forsale by P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, Fcb. 29, 1841. PRUCE CLAI'BOARDS AND PLANK A quantity of Sprucc Clapboards aud clcar stulf, Spruce Planks wcll seasoncd for saleby P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall Fcb. 20. 1844. TO CilABLE MAKEBS To thc New Patent Scrcw Grain Cradle, rc- cently invcatcdby Chester Goss, of Madrid, Sr. Lawrencc Coanty, N. Y. was awardcd the higb estprcmiumat th'e Stale AgricuUural Fair held at Rochester, N. Y. on thc 19th, 20th, and 21st days of SenL last; and on tbe 22d day, at the same placc, a Diploma was obtained from tl:c Mechan lCs'LitcraryAssociationon the same article. This cradle, in its outlines is rerysimilar to tbe old fashioned grain cradlq but in othcr rcspects is so constructed that tbe position of tbe head and Crigcrs togetber may be casily chanfccd by means of six coupling screws fittcd to thc braccs. which are in two picccs. So tbat by tuming the coup ler one way thc rod or brace is Icngthened, and by tuming the conpler the other way, the brace is shortened. Thus, by tuming the coupler on the npper or head brace one way and the other, thc position of thc head and all the fingcrs is chaned and made to form a greatcr or less angle with the plancof the scythe and snalh across ihe fingers, and the workman is thus cnabled to set the head or change thc anle of tbe head and fingcrs for cutlinglodged orstanding grain with cqual casc, andiwilhout3catlering;.andif tbe grain ishcavj' and thick, the coupling screw on the fingcrbraces mav lw tumedinsnch a way as (0 draw in the working cnd of the lingcr, and if ihe grain is Iight and scattering, tbe coupling screw on the fincer braccs may be tumcd in such a way as -w ill iling out the working enJ of the fingcrs, enabling tbe workman to collcct more grain. This crzdlc or lightncs'i, convcnicncc and elcsance, farsurpasses cvery thing ofthe kind cvcroGcrcd to ihe fanncrs of VennonL jlt has, and the subscriber is conli- dcnt it will rcccire tbe unqnalificd approbation of all who may cxamice it. Ana uciiaving purciia- scd 01 inconginai paicnice me cxchimvc j. 15111 10 make and vcnd tn others to Ikj used. the same. witbin and for tbe State of Vermont, is now prc parcd and in rcadincss to cxccute conveyanccs of tlits patcn t to pnrciiasers ior iokcs or couiiues on libcral terms. WILLIS WILDER. East Middlebury, Vt. May 1, 1841. NOTICL MRS. N. TIARIHS would rcspcctfnlly inform the citizriS of Middlebury andvicinitv, that rhe has receivcd from Boslcn and New York, the latest la.-hion cf Stocks, and all kinu of Genllemen's Linr.cris, which will l kept constantly on hand, or madc toorder, cbeap- jer than can be obtained clscwhercof thc same qnM'idicbnryMar isti ign. , MISS BARTIIOLOMEW nas removed to the honse of Mr.'R. L. Fuller, on tbestreetleailingfrom Plea-sant to Couit Street, where she invitcs her friends and customers to call on her. A j nnniitls ani Cops madc and repaired as nspal, , in the neatest and jest manner, ana mosi iasmon- able style, at a lairpnce. Entrance'to her rooms at the front door. Middlebnr)-,Maylst, IBtl. PLOWS PLOWS iFIHHE Subscriber is agent, for tbe sale of Pfe mMXlV aitfcfc no m. take! manufacturcd by thcm at Worcester Mass. Full tnmed with whccl and Coulter F1 r 1 v 1. A r I 1 at manufacturers prices, P. W. COLLINS. Cornwall, April 20 1844. H" ADIES and Misses Florence Bonnets, a J" rich varietv of Bonnct Ribbons 20 dif- fercnt Styles, Bonnet Edging, Tabs, Artifi cialsaud Col'd Ruchesjnst rcc'd by P. W. COLLINS. April 29th 1844.'' 175 picces Calicoes, 20 ' M. De I-incs, 10 " Printed Lawns, 10 " Lace Stripe, 10 " Broad Clotbs, 0 " Plaid and Rib'd Fancy Cassi mcres. 2 Cases Mole Skin Hats,' 2 " Brush & Nutria, 1 " Leghorn 20 doz. Gloves and Mitts, 7000 yds Sbcetings. CO0 ' Summer Stuffs, Togetber with a numerous list of artictcs not cnUmerated, at prices to defv competition forsaloby P- W. COLLINS. April 21), 1814. MESS PORK, for Sale by Pcpt 25 IRA STEWAT EAVER Coatncs. Hery Pilo: Cloths. Fine German CIothe.Enslish Cloth3. Cassimeres and Fancy Doe skinsd Rich Lyons Velvet, nnd Vestings.just rec'd by cKOWJi 01 anKLDON. Oct 12 Miu. Loomis, Sr Miss. Doj.nso. hito arxnrd a fcliop iccond door ?orth of tho Congrrgatiooal Jlctlin- Ilouie. Hlicre tlwr intenj to carry on tl bu9ines of .MiUiner and MantuamakerB, tlKjr lay tke Latcst Favliions wbicb will Le maJo up in thc mot approveJ ttjl aad dispatck, ibej aol oit a tharo of Patronagt. 4S:U" Cnfl fiftj SOOBUSHELSCIats w(-l'u Vtlla. gootl article to sow H3-ALP0 1 ( 1(1 BUSHf LS CORN. by W. S. Johnson. Apiil lst. 1314. OWHIDE and CnllVkm Bo -ts, J Cut andWrouglitNaih an assortmcut or sale loair tl.an tver by Oct. 16, 1813, W. S. Jounso. A CARD. Mu3. Rawsox tSister would icfbrra tbe La dies and Genileinea cf Middlebury, that they have removed to ihe house oppcuite tbe ?Baptist A T : IT r 1 V 1 v i'n .lttCilU ifi UCKUpiVU 1J IJiUCI Kiacsburr, uheie tbcvdcsim to coatisua tbe Tailoressard Dresvmakteg tusicess also tll kinds of plain sewiig. n. J. RAWSOS, C. HEART. TO THE LADIES. Flower Sceds a great variety for sale by Z. BECKWITH & Co. April 8. 1844. Milch Cows. A few new milch Cows, first rate, for sale chean by E. WAINWRIGUT. March, 15th 1641. iOni'll FIRST quality at 50 eu. per - " - onstiei lor sale iiv A. FRANCI3. FARASOLS Ac. A Cne lot of Parasolj and Umbrellas, just rec'd. at April. 17, 1841. BIRGE'S. pONNETS, and elegant Ribbons and Trinimings tho ncwest and most fash- ionablc stylc, just rcceired nnd offered very low uy A. fltAWUISi. New Trcattncnt ot'Consuniption ! Jluchmi't Hangarian UaUam rf Life. Prcparcd in Loudon, Englaud, nnd rcc roinmciiiled by all cftbe inot celibruted Phiciaiis in Europc. SoUI ubolia-ale re tail by RUSSELL &. GRlDLEY.MiJ dlebury. Agents for Addison County. TIIE Fateet Edace.; IXrEXTEDBYE. P. BAXXIiXG il.D. or PlTTSBUr.CII PE5SSTI.VAMA, Will be kept constantly cu haud by Dr. , W. P. RUSSEL, of Middlebury, be having purchascd of thc Origiual Patcntce the ex clusire rigbt to make and vcnd tbo same witb in nnd for the County of Addison, Vt., aud in Essex County State of New York. The Patent Lace has now becn beforo ths fiublic for a numbcr of mnnths bumlrcdg lavc bccn npplied iu ditfercnt parts of tbc country, and with a succcss nevcr bcfora cqunlled by any rcmidial agent. Numcrcus wcll atithcnticatcd ccrtilicates of itsbcucflcial influcncein the rcinovat of discases of Ioug , staudiug, tnigbt be furuishcd from this iinmc- , diatc vicinity iu nddition to the stateincnt of cascs and cirtiflcatcs of cures fiirnisbcd by 'Dr. Banuing aud others. But this is not dccmed ncccssary, as at tbe prcscut tinio rcf ercnce can be givcu to iudividuals weariug ' thc Lace in ncarly cvery Town in tbo Coitn-! ty. m ' I Pbisicians have Iong fclt tbe nccesaity of a suppnrtcr diflercntly constnicted nnd more pcrfect iii its adnptatiou to tbe human form ; than any that bad hcen prcscnted to the pul- i lic. The invcntion of Dr Banning's mects ! with thcir gcncral approbation, as itisdc-l signcd to rclicvc symptcms, and to remcdy b class of physical innladies which ccn net bo j rcachcd by inedicincs alonc. 1 The dccent or displncemcnt of tho virera ' from rclaxation of the c.ldominal musclet or ' othcr causcs teuds to altcr and dcrangc tbe functiou of evcry orgauin thc human system, 1 aud iu Uiany cascs tbis dcviation from the nnturnl bcalthy posilion of parts is thc solo cause ofgcncraldcbility in Males& Fcinalcs ot Dgsprjwa, aflections of the Stomach and Lirer Palpilalion cf th: Htarl, Spinal Irri talirn, Ilysttrie Uiporondria, Piles, Pwlajp sns Ulcri, Supjirission of Urinc. Thc Uron cliiiis of public speakers, nnd inciyitnt Con sumption all of vtbich w ill be tnuch rclicvcd if not cntirely rcmovcd by tbe usc oftbe Pi- j ffi Lace, whcn thcir exislence is caused by . Physical deraiigcuieut anda mccbauical dis- placemcnt of parts wbicb can bc readilyas-J ccrtained by obscrving the form aud tymp- loms ofthe pcrson nflcctcd. This instnimcnt has bccn cxamincd by Drs. Mott, Rogcrs, Frances and Griscomb , of New York, tho Faculty of Pittsbitrgh, I Hartford and New Haven and hai obtained thcir favorahle testimouy. Application for the Lace can be made at the honse oftbe subscriber, two doors south ofthe Court House. Patients at a distnnce will be visited at thcir rcsidcnce if requircd. A spccimen ofthe Lacetogcthcr with va rious kinds of the most approvcd Trusscs now in usc can at any time be cxamincd at the Druggist store of Russel & Gridley first door south of thc Post Office. W. P. RUSSEL. Middlebury, Feb. Cth 1814. 40;tf A. B. & R, M. CHIPMAJM, ARE receiving from Boston, an cntire new stock of geasonabte Comprising a comptete assortment of Broad Clotbs, Catsimcrcs, Summer Clotbs, Amer ican Prints, Alpines. Balzarines, Organdic, Scindia, Gro De Valence, Paraisians, Crape Ncmour, Crape M. De Laines, Printed Lawns, Monteith Checks, Gro De Naples, Gro De Swiss nnd Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, Laccs. Gimp, Cords, Vestings. Gro De Lon don, Tbibet Plaio and Plaid De Laine, Slri ped and fig'd Cashmcre Shanls, Cravats, Florence and Stravr Bonncts, Hats, Caps, B00U, Shoes, Gaiters, half Gaiters, Slips, iVc. fcc. Brown and Sea Island Cottons from 6 1-4 to 11 cts. Also Mnlasses from 25 to 31 cts, P. R. & N. O. Sugars from 6 1-4 to 9 cts. Coflee 10 to 12 1-2. II. S.. Y. H. & O. II. Teas 33 to 75 cts. Nails $5 Tobacco &c. A general assortment of Crockery. Glass and Hardware, Medieines, Oils and Taint. Iron aud Steel, Fisb, Salt, Flour, constantly on hand at a small advance from Troy prices. The above will be sold very low for Cash, Tl J.,.- . snnmmil crpdit. J Bridport, May lst. 1614, !. scaL NEW GOODS. The subscril-e's are now reeeii'fiig'tMrS'prh.f; anaammcruooas, wmcn lor vanetr, amonr.i and cheapness, will not be excerfeil, if eqnallcd, by any stock of goods in this vicinity. ij-Particuhn ncxt week. Z. BECrtWlTtt & Co. May 4, 1644. Arrival JXo. 2. C. niRGE has just receivcd an additioaal snp ply of Florence Braid Bonncts, aud artihcials, Genllemen's Moleskin, Leghom, and Palm Leaf Hats, Mous. D. Laines, BaUoriccs. &c. &c. May 8,1811. CliOICE CROCERIES. Almoit ucry article tbat is wanted in a farnily setected with care, rigiit ei.nd asd ratcE. Just reccived by A. FRANCIS- BROWN & SHELDON, have just re ccived a geueral assortment of Goods for thc scasnn, including Englisb, German, and Fan cy Clotlis aud Cassimcres; Docskms.SwccdS1 Gambroous, &c.; ricbSatinand"SiikVcsting Calicoes, Balzurincs, Lawns, CvC. iVc, which will be sold cheap for C3sh. April 7tb, 1341. 1 , CRAVATS. Cent's silk nnd satin Cra- vats, Ladies' Cravats, Blk. Ital. Cravats; Pa- tcnt .uDberlJraces, biik Suspeuders, icc for sale by BROWN iSc SHELDON. April 7th, 1844. 1 Glas?, Cbiua, aud common waro cut tura- hUrs,o:c., at STEWART'S. 0 ONETS, Florence, Stravr. mkcs do. Cyprus, and Palm 1 t-af Bnnnets, ju? t re STEWART'S, ceivcd at OLD, nnd Young Hyson. Hysou Skinr and Black Tcas. Loaf, Lump and Prourr 5ugars, tnnlasscs, Coflics, Ricc. Raisinn, Spicc.Sjand pcppcr, foi sn'e iinuiiall low at STEWART'S. 10 tfoc-no Jadies, Mis-ies and cbil- iu oascs ,,., sll0C3 anJ hair Gaitcrs. Also Jlen's Cu f-Jiin Boot ol the tnot fu?hiunahte rtyle and bet iiiniiu'nct urcatrcduccd priciv, jut rocM by A. KRANCIS. CtURTAlN Muslins, riunbrics, fringcs, Furtiiturcs aud Cupprrpbite- jut lec'ij by A. FRANCIS. May S. ffg CASES Pnrasols nnd Uinbrvi'iS; & rec'd and cheap cnongh by A. F1SAC:S. ("IROCKKRV nud Glnss Ware. Also ri J new stock of Hardware niuv opt-rtitsir by A. FR'ANt lS " May S. JouaUiac C. Gipson, STiT or VEa.icjr, I vs. j ' Earl D. DauicU, SAdJUon County Conrt, and his Tiuste I "r.A. Girsoa, J Deccmtcr Term, 1&13. At the term of thi County Cottrl held at IHc" dlel.uiy iu and for the Couuy of Addrcn oa ilis second Tuesilay of Decemter 1S13, Jon;tbi.n C Gipson of Salixbury in said county ccniincnccJ his aclion cc the casc by ltccliinent ogaint KatT D. Daniels, of SalUluiy afurcsaid, on note daied lst March 1843, for 44 dullars C7 cents, payal-te on deinand with use; aLo lor three hundred d il' lare for money had and receivcd by ihe aefeLdant to tbe use of ihe j'lninliff; iu wkich Willi in A. Gipon ofsaid Salisbury was snmmoccd ai Trcs lce of tbc said Daniels: And it is sugjev- d srd shown to the court, that the said Karl D. Dauicli was abscnt from thc State at the tirce ot tbc ser vice of tbe said writ, and kas cctjet retorr.fI withic tbe state; It is thcreforc orcered 1 y ibtt court, ihat said caute le coctiuurd until tbc 1.' :t term of said court, to I e Ik'I Jcu ou ihe icn 1 t Tuewlay of Juue 1S14, sLd that cotiee tl.c:eef le given to said DanieU Ly pul lication of this or!er ia tba Nortbern Galaxy public ce'rarerp;ij ted in said Middlebury, tbe last of wfckb kia'I le at least thirty days tefure tbe said urxl term. 51 S. SWIFT, Clcrk. Briggs & Piout, vs. Eail D. Daniels md his Truslea Sxate or Vekho.st, ' Addison Couity Ccurt, Lcri Brisv Deceailer Term, 1813. At the term of Ihe Coar.lv Court held bt .lh '- dlebury, ia and for llie county of Addi.-un ou tbz sccond Tuesday of Dccember 1813, El'enezer 11 Brig of Brandon, iu tbr ccnnty of Rudacd.and Joha Prout of Salistury in tl county cfA!ub.on copirtncrsasEtton-cvsuEiicr tbc liim of Brygs Sc Prout, cominenced thcir sclicn ly aUucbmci;' against Karl D. Daniels cl'Saliitiiry in said ccac ty of Addison, on lvik icouat, in which Levi Briggs of said . Salisbury was summocedasa trustee of the said Daniel And it is smrgcstcd and shown to tbe court, ib. t tbe said Eail D.Dar. iels was abscnt from the stale at the time ofthe service of tbc said writ, and has not yet relciced wilbin ihe same, It is tbcrefure oriered by said ccurt Ihat said cansrbe continued until ther.eit teim of said court, to 1 bell on the second Tnesday of June 18-11; and tliatnotice theicofte given to tbe said Daniels l y pullication of this order, in tbe NoribernGalaxy, a pnl lie Eewsj'a pr printed imaid .Middlebury, tbe List nfwbuh Jiubfications shall beatlensi ihiriy days leltrc tbc eaid ncit term. S. S Wl FT, Clerk. St Augustus Grates 1 State or Vi:eot, vs. v Addison County Court. Earl D. Daniel). ) Decemter Term, 143. At tbe term of the County Ccurt held at Middlebury in nud fortho County cf AdJjon on tbis sccond Tuciday of Deceiubcr, 1'!3. Augastus Gravcs of Salisbury in said County cominenced his actinn by atuchment agaiiiii Earl D. Daniels of Salisbury aforcaid, on nctodatedOth Fcbruary. 1S43, for2ll dol lars, 35 cents, payablein thirty-n,Tedaj fn.m date: And it is snggcstrd and shown 10 tbe Court, that the said Daniels was abseo: from the Suteattbe time of the service of snid writ, and has not yet returned wilbin the same. Itis thercforo ordcred by tbc Court, that the said cause be ccntinued until the noit term of said Court tobebeld on tbc sccoud Tuesday of June. 18-1-1, andtbat notice ibere of be given to said Daniel, by publication of this order in the Nortbern Galaxy, a public nenspaper printed in said Middlebury, thrce weeks succeesively, the last of which pnbli cations shall be at lcast thirty days before tb said ncxt term. 51 S. SWIFT, Clerk. TEMPERASCE IIOUSE. The subscriber would resreetfully inform ll.e public thathe has taken tbe Tavern Stand.'forrs crly occupied by Joseph C. Hnntington cn the west side of the bridge, ia Middlebury, ar.d in tends to keep a house of public cntertainmtcl up on strict Temperance principles, and bopcs to se cure the patronage of all who will be satisficd with the firt rate accommodations which such a house can aflord. He has had much expcricrice in this lineofbnsines, and flaltcrs himself that by his assiduous attention to supply the wants ef his guesls, he will be able to give entiresatifjac tion to all those wbo mar favorhira with their CUIt0C1- ALLENH.?glWLn; Midiltbury, April 9,1611. & TIIE WORCESTER PREMUM EAGLE ILOW. The best plow now extant; and nbichr'rew thcpremiuni at the plowing matfh of the Massachusetts Agricultural Soeiety lat fall. Nothiug more could be neceisary than a stateraent of this fact. to commendiit to tbo farmers of this region. It has given ptnct satisfaction wbereverit has been teed. Tbe subscriber has the above Plows forsale at h's establishmcnt in Middlebnry andfeels certain that it is a first rate implemcnt of husbaudrv, ROYAL D. FARR Middlebury-April 9, 154.