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New Yokk, TnnnsoAY Monsnrq, Ma
25, 1648. The moriiing has bccn imsty and
f0U, nd ftr iwne timc it Kscincd doub tfu
wfcthcr thc Scrft a would comc off to-day
or bc postponcd. About 9 o clock, howevcr,
cd upon the city. On loobng mto Broad
wav. thc Amcrican flag was scen waving from
cve'A- hotel and public building as far as the
cye could rcach. The same bcautiful symbol
was upon the City Ilall, the thcatres hotds
nnd imblie buildincs in all parts ofthe city,
and the numerous shipping m the nvers, gave
lokcn of3 day of universal rcjoicing.
PnsTsritiiT. 4 P. M. Tho reccption of
Hnnenil Scott in this city lias bccn. grand and
xinposing worthy of his cliaracter and emin-
cnt services, anU ot tlns mciropons oi niscuun-try-
The milirary display has be';n as Iarge
.nil bcautiful as has been secn iri this city f?r.
roany vcars, and the concoursc of citizcns who
tiirned" out tojoin the reccption was immcnse.
The Batteryand Broadwav wcre throngcd,
andsidewalks and evcrv door and window ct
a buildiii"; that could aflbnl a view ofthe lro-
brougnt the Oencrai irom ,
nvca at tasuc w " r . , ..
he was reciVcd as the gucst ofthe citj by the ,
Mavor. Aftcr renewmg the troops on i'? 1
rst-dcJ np Jiroadwav, the distinguished Guost
Ji.ntterj uif. procuss-iuu iuim ou r.
will return down Broadwav to the Park.
Mr. CLAY AND THE PBESIDENCY.
In tho subjoincd bricf and simple paragraphs
of a Iettcr from this euiinent Statcsman which
has bccn shown us, there is, no iloulit, erougn .
bfim; "recteu wlierever ne passcu uy uiu w uepcmlcnce cnoujn to arKiiowicuse mc curatiTe
thiiraic cheers ofthe multitudcj. 1 jowcr of tlic far famcd "Lithontriptic." Dr. G.
n i.. : nr. thn Tlmvrrv. and C. Vauffhn's Great Amcrican Itemcdr: this nrti-
to opcn to us a view into thc calmcr recces vv,lirh ar0 B0,(, . Brown n0 CS Wasliing
f that great and sinccre nnnd, as freely dis- lon s(rf.pl mc ulxwtn ,n0st astonishin
noi bccause without fwe know) tho anial- , rnrcs .fl ur;,-ying llu. boej nnj assi3,i,lg di
lest ideaof pubhcity to tlie tmstcd fncnd to , ,;on yuJ . of,Iie physicians have taken
whom he wntcs,and who thinks thn little cx- j le M ;r(creg, j,, ,hi3 c(,mpoun(i. and it is
tract is of a charactcr to givc plcasure to tlie 01ls;,,cred by lhem ,he hest arlic0 now ;n
many of all partics who look upon ilr. Llay , uge .Q lIltjaun(ice idigcslion, loss of ap-
ai , . ,., ! petiie. weakncss, and from all cemplainls a-
Clarum ct Tcncrab.lc nomcn, . . rom i( of le blood. It ;8 reaI
Et multnm .pu profmt civitat. no.tTO. h(, medwc Jno ; ,lsc t0 purily ,hJe
Ac must, to do jmticc, add that the lettcr j ,00I am cradicate all humori from ihesys-
iwlfisonc toa privatc pcrson and tnan of ; tcm it iK a very pl'-'asant bittcr, and ensily
.bu?inass only, and that the extract cmbraccs
ail thal he says about politics, 4n rcpiy to a
ftw rpinarks on that suhicct, introducud into a
lft'nr nf biisinps-?. Thii i:h:imrtir of thpe rc- i
innrlis is siu-h a mav be ca-ilv inforrcil from
tlin ansv.orini; alliiMons. Thc closng onc rc
frrs to thc in'croit in tbe cvcnt. for his sake,
which his correspondcnt has cspnscd. Tho
dalc is of thc ISlh iiut.-uit.
It is ucrtaiiily plcnvant to be pcrinittcd thus
to porp, a it wcrc, inlo thc nntudictl couli-
ih-uoc ot such :i man, anu lind all thcrcM) or-
tliy of him. nfthc grc.1t cau.c whirh ho Iia in-
vim iblv tiphcW, and to firmlv fixccl in that J
hijh iVcling of dtity which ha bccn tlic load
jiig audroustant idca of Mr. ClayV publii- life.
KXTRACT FR03I TIIU I.K'ITER
OF MR. CLAY.
'Liko yoursulf. I am unablc to antiipati
"thc rcsults nf ciihcr ofthe tv.o jrcat (Vinvcn
"iinn now niyh at hanil; and from ali I hcar
"it i eqti.-illy ililiicult at Washington to fonn a
"orroct opinion. I Icarn that great hcat and
"oxciiiment cxhts aniong tho nicmbcrs of
" 1 jicrfonnod a rcluctant duty in arfpiicst
'iiii; iu thc 5ubmision of my namc to thc con
"iikralion ofthe I'hiladclphia ("onvcntion.
"WhstevT thc isuc may lic, havo. tlusicby
''I'rim'd my sdf against all iwjHji.Mbihty and
'all just roproaches. and I ihall 1k; contcnl."
DiK.n. atTampico, Mcirn, on thcGth ull
l.iirr. jtNtd lirAMAN. ol llu- lJcimrni
i" Iulnntrv. U. S. Army, and a nalivo ol
In speakin nr ibo rirruuiFlnnrcs of this
lcHtlt ifio -New Orlc.m Picayunc' Fays :
'Wc rcgrei rxlrcmcly lo say ihat Licut.
Jriil8 Bciiman of cbc 4ih Infantry. .dicd on
thc Lilli sr.,nt Tnniiirn. iifihn jptlntv fcvcr.
I .iru.. ljc.mi.in. wc bclicvc. Ii.ul bccn in nil
ihe liaillcs ol'Mi-icn. tavc ntily Bucna Yi--..
FIc disiitiui'lu-l bimscll h bU unllntil
ry and yet ofrupcd wilboui a wnund. Suh-(.i-queiuly
be iuct iviili an acci.lcut which
disablcd liim aiul hclefi Mcxicn ousick Iravc.
He lcft Vcra Cruz on tlic Mit Jvim. reachcd
Tampico. and hcing dctuinrd thcrc, w:ip
m-r.rcl wilh thc vnmilo, which icrminalcd fa
taltj . Licut. Bcauinn was n nativo of Vcr
mnnt, And gradualo nf WVijI Poini. IJe was
fir-t aes:j;iicd to iho Sih hifauirv.
ADvnnTiFiNO. " It U a maltcr of f.icl,"
rys iho Knstporl Scnlinol, " tlwt those who
kccp Ihe nionno.il goods and r.rc tishtcst in
thcir prices, are iliObC who donotadvertisc."
(Gr.s. Cirs. Thc Alcs.indrin Gazctle
nys:"Wiih all diie rcspect for him (Gen.
Cass) iis a gcmlcninn and we fhall, we
bnpc, ncvcrSail lo ireal liim with all rc-pcr.l.
(.tiiifiilonl wiih ihe frce and (ull licnssinn of
bis mcriliiand chiims to Ihe clnlinn for which
he h nowa candidat we yet do not heui
tate to eay, that neilhcrin poini oftiilrnls. a-C-irily,
consiplcncy. or firnincss. is be wnrlhy
ol ibo oflice of Presidcnt. He has, in diplo
mnq, been knockcd hccls ovcr head by Wcb
filcr; and in slatesmtinship. fluorcd. over and
over agaiii. by Calhoun. As a parlv man,
he haa watchcd ihe varying pliapes ol polincn,
and shaped his course to suit ihe limcs
irimming liis sails to the popular brceze.
But no one has or can look to him n a pilot
lo wealliT ihe slorm, or capable ol direclin?
me neim oi mc slup ol istale, in cascs of c
mergenc.y." Asri-SuvntT MovEjsnxi ix Omo. A
Pcopjy's Convcntion" is ralled ty fome tliree
llionjnnfl of tlie intcrs of Ohio. two-tliirds ofthcm
Iyico Focos and Lilicrty incn.lnit plcdgcd to snp
port no man for the l'residency who is in favor of
nnnexing slave territory to the Union or any tcr
ritory over which slavcry mav cxtcnd. Thc
Ccmvcmion is called for tlie 2It of Junc, at Co
Iunilms, avowcdly with the purposc of takinga
lliird man if tlic candidates ofthe two partics are
in any manncr pro-slavery in thcir opinions.
Uesignation Thc Pcir-demnl evinccd by
Prcsident Polk. inpuhlicly and in blacfc and
white declining tt runagain after ii had been
eetilcd that he could ?ei no support. was
very properly checred in the Baltimore Con
vention we doubt whether anythin" elsn
from bim, except hU immediato abdlcalion
cnuld have been so cordially received but
Vice Presidcnt Dallas is whislled down wilh
a Spartan lack ofceremony. He did not dc
clme: yet nohndy proposed to re-clcrt him.
' Plk and Dallae," "Oregon and Texas."
urave watclmords ihese in iheir day, but
ibat day i3 0ver. Did ever two men go in
by Burh a contest and go out wilh such per
fect imanimiiy T'iViiuru:.
J10"- Gefge B. Upham, of Clare
mont, H.. who recently dicd, left a prop
erly ol nu.c hundred tf.ouKend dollars. The ,
cihtor of ihe Clarcuiont Eagle has raorere
nir marned n daughler of ihc deceased. !
All parlies wcre lucky ; ihe deceascd in ac-1
i"i.in? so immenee a lorlune, ihc ediior in
Cetlmg 3 Iice 0f a so easily, and Ihe ladv in
Dnrm-I M iu aj-itniguii. i-rO
Daily CommtrciarBuSn'TKif a '
nSekPaper JeT0,cu - the advocacy of 'the t
IlMl!I!"!r rr'nriples. The FreePrcss.the i
t'.'tci ui uiai ci'v
is gctlingin b id i
rcpute with a majority of tho loco focos in
jUichigan, from ils rruculent and eycophantic
course in rcgard to INorlhern Kights.
PltEMlUM IIOUSE ECLIPSt All lovCrS of
good horscs vrill be glad to learn that tlns ccl-
ebratcd Horse, owncd by the Messrs. Long,
has.rclurned to this County, and will rcmam
the present scason at his formcr stand in Ver
gennes. Individuals acquaintcd with the a-
bove horse pronounce him one of the bcst
brcedin" horscs in the country, and do not
doubt that ho is a truc and gcnuine dcscend.
ant of the famous Ainerican Eclipse.
T.ast wcck wc had occasion to publish somc
thing of rathcr startling cliaracter, rcgardinga casc
of Gravel, which had balHcd all rcmcdies, so call
cd, and finally was curcd by tlie Great Amer
iean Rcmcdy, which.is onc of the bcst medicincs
for all complaints ever prcscntcd to an alllictcd
world. Now we are again called npon to say
that Dr. Sanniel McCIcllan, a wellknown physi
c'ian of Colnmbia Co N. Y has uscd this articlc
in Gravel and cffcctcd a pcrfect curc, and he had
i resortcd to evcrjthing clse with no success. Our
infonnation, forwc liko to pin thcsc mattcrs so
firmlv, that stcntical pcoplc cannot douut. is on-
mm j,J. g F phei MbxnYf a i,y,lv
Tespectabl clniKgist, aiul in -Albany. Jr. McCIel-
i.n is tpii Lnown : tlic ur. ;s -onc oi tne ncnooi
anj lxjuiid to jiut down all nostnims, yet has in-
cle is found in our columns, call upoii agent and
trct a pamphlct.
W.r. Bnsscl, AScn
From thc Daily Mail.
Itis witli a great deal ol pleiisure that we
casav we ar dnilv hrarins ol new r.ascs
.i,r ,, o.,r.or,r;!!a ,n,l Tnmatn Riiier.
mkc. yc cnn rccommend it, wilh tile
ircali'Ft confidenr.c. to our numerous rcad cra
Don'ttake our wnril for it, but try oncbottle
and saiinly yoursclf.
A Ckktific.vtr from Mr. Ingcrson.ofLanrss
tcr. K. 11., a liishly rrspcctable citizcn of that placc,
nnd Jailcr of ilie ronuiy ol Coos :
I, Gcorirc W. Iii'rcrson, of Lancaster, hcrcbv
t ertily, that 1 liaTc bccn troublcd with the Asth
I inaforaliouttwriityyrars. IastNorcmbcr.whcn
i I licimn takint: Vri't'ar's Halaam of Wild Chcrrv.
I had bccn unablc to do anything for scvcral
inoutlis. and Iiad not, exccpt a vcry fcw nights,
ln-cn aMc to rcst in mr hcu. Almost as soon as
I Ic":in to takc it, I folt rclicved. I have takcn
about two lmttlcs. My hfalth is altogcther im
provcd. A few returus of thc Asthma, which I
have hnd in that tiinc, were almoit immcdiatcly
rcmovcd by takin tlic Ii:ilam. I rest well, nnil
my licahh i,and has Iccn formonths, bclter than
at any timc prcvious fnr niuny ycars. I chccrful
ly rciommcnd tliis mcdiiiiic to all who are simi
GKO. W. INGERSON.
Lancaster, X. II., April 2S, 184B.
TimnsnAY, Jnnc 1, 1818,
rRcportcd for the TraTcller.I
At maiket 150 BccfCattle, 30 yokcs Work
ing Oxeu, 28 Cows and Calvcs, 350 Sheep,
ana i.nniL)5, anu 2800 Swinc.
Piticns Bccf Cattle SC.50, S7, S7.50:
"Working Oxen Salcs dull.SSr), .93.
Cows and Calvcs S25, 35, 28, 32.
fahccp nnd Lambs S2, 2,50 3; one c.ttra lot
sold for S9 cach.
WOOL. 7iiv 30 per ccnl.
Thc salcs of tho wcck have been to a mod-
erale c-Ttcnt, without any chango in prices.
washed Ib 38 a- 42
Amcrican full blood do " 35 a 37
do S-4 do " 31 a 33
do 1-2 do " 29 a 31
do l-4&comdo " 25 a 28
An extensivc sale of wool, amountin.
me 150,000 lbs. wasmade in N. Y
a day or
twotincc, at priccsrulingmuch Iowcrthan last
ycar. Une lot which last year sold tor cts.
brousht at this sale 3C 1-4 ; another sold last
ycar at 42, brought 32 1-4. The salcs wcre
as follows :
25000 lbs. cxtra supcr New York wool-
3fi 1-t ; 5q,000 lbs. supcr do. do. 33 1-4 ; 34,
000 lbs. finc A. 1. wool 29 3-4 ; lo.OOU 10s.
to cstra N. Y. 32 1-4 ; 15,000 a 16,000 lbs.
toextraOhio 30 : 8,000 a 9,000 lbs.do. do.
30 1-2; 16,000 lbs. do. do. 30 1-2. X. Y.Pap.
Most Extraordinary Work!
THE MAltniEl) WOMAN'S
rRIVATE MEDICAL COMPAXIOX
BT DK. A. M. MAUaiCEAU.
Profcssor of discascs of Women.
Sislli Edition. lSmo. pp. 240. PriccSl.
23,000 Copies sold in Thrce Months !
"yEAKS of suffcring, of physical and mental an
JL gnish to many an afTectionate wife, and pe
cuniary difiicultics to the husband, might have
been tpared by a timcly posses.ion of this work.
It.is intcndcd espccially for the married; or
thosc contcmplatingmarriagc, as it discloses im
portant sccrcts which should be known to them
Truly, knowledgc is powcr. It is health, hap
The revclations contained in its pages have
prored a blcssing to thousands, as thc innumcra
We letters received ly thc authorwill attcst.
Hcre, also, cvcry fcmale can dtscovcr the cau
tes, svmptoms, and tlie most cfficicnt rcmcdies,
and most ccrtain modc of curc, iu cvcry com
plaint to which hcr Scx is subjcct.
On thc reccipt of One Dollar, the "Married
Wcman's Private Medical Companion" will bc
sent (mailetl frte) toanypart of the Unitc-d Statcs.
All letters must be addrcssed, post-paid, to Dr.
A. M. Mauriccau, Box 1224, Xew York City
I'ublishing Officc, 129 Libcrty-6trcet, Herr York.
Travelling Agcnts arc informed that a fetv dis
tricts in Massachnsctts, and two other Eastcrn
Statcs, arc yct nncngaged. Applications received
(post-paid) as abovc
This universally admired and justly cele
bratel trotting horse may be scen at the Sta
ble of tho Vermont Hotel, on or about the 15th
of June. for the bcnefit of all desiring tc im
pro ve their brecd of horses. Princo Albert is
a bcautiful dapphgrwj, nearly sixtcen hands
high sired by John Richards, of Philad'elphia,
and is grandson ofthe old impotted horse
John RicJtards his dam, Lady Lightfoot, by
" mjponeu norse rear-noi. j.ms horse U-
ty and clion' sPeed and dnraVu,
he h" few cnuals. and not a superior in ten
A. G. LANSING, Agt.
FOUItTH OFJULY PICTORTAL
Wilson & Co. of JSTew York. have sent us a
copy of thcir Jubilee Brother Jonathan, just
tu iu cumuiciuoraiion oi inegionous lourtn.
It is a shect of the largcst dimcnsions and
filled with magnificcnt cngravings, including
a fae similo of the originallJough Draft ofthe
Dcclaration of Indcpendence with all the al
terajions mado in Committce, in the hand
writing of cach.
ThoTrice is only 12 l-2cents,or lOCopies
are sent by Ifail for onc dollar.
"For sale at the Post Officc.
Tho. Alinil.nl !Tpffinnr rT thn ArlKnn rt.
- - w VVUM-
ty Medical Society, will bc holden at the VL
Hotel in Middlebury, ou Thnrsdav, June 15th,
at 2 o'clock P. M.
n: qi.i, p j., r- t
In Rutland, on the 25th ult, Harrict, daujrh-
. rn- r , . .
icroi it m. urecn, agca n.
In Vergennes, on Mondav the 29th ult..
Mrs. Alura K., wife of Mr. Samuel Rogers,
agcd 44 ycars.
In Rutland, on Saturday, the 3d insL,Julia
Adclaide mfant daughter of Capt. II. T., and
1 T T 1 r, 1 .
A. iv. uorrance, agca o montns anu iv uays.
In Midtllcburr, on the 31st of May, Mrs.
Abigail Allcn, aged 82, mothcr of Ihe lato Dr.
J. A. Allcn.
IIARMON A. ilLIION
Has for sale, chcap for CASII and most kiuds
of 1 rouuce, tho lollowing
Consisting of a general variety of supcrfine &
common liroad Cloths, Cassimcrcs. Vcstinirs.
Trimmings, Drcss Goods, Ginghams, Domcstic
Re'ady Made Clothing.
A full nssoilmenl of
immiln (5votcrics, x.
and almost cvcrv articlc called for.
Shccp Twine, Rope & Cords, Nails and Glass
Puro White Lcad, Extra White Lead, Chromo
Ycllow, Whiting, Vcnctian Ited, Linseod Oil,
i'cii iiuv iiiuisu, xrcncu xciiow, aftr,
llPITfjc p. Mt'ninivre i n
The snbscribcr wishcs to scll
his House.Barn, and half an acrc
of Iand, a fcw rods south of Hagar s
Book-Store. The prcmiscs are well furnished
with good watcr. Thc above will be disposcd of
low, lot cash, or npprovcil crcuit.
Middlebury, June C, 1643. 6; 3w.
From MIDDLEBURY to LABRABEE'S
rOIN'T, lcarcs Middlebury DAILY in conncx
ion with the LAKE CHAMPLAIN and LAKE
Uxdeu the present arrangemcnt of the Steam
Boats, this stage will leavc thc Lake on tho ar-
rival ofthe aficmoon Iloats from thc ortli and
South; and leave Middlebury daily at S o'clock
A. M- in councction with the aftcnioon Boats
for the South and orth.
fnl'ASSESGERg by taking this roate at Mid
dlebury, will have an opportimitvto ridc on thc
splcndid Steameus on LAKE CHAMPLAIN,
and view thc old Foicts at TicosnERooi.
Hoolcs kept at II. Moor's Hotel, Jfiullflmru. nnd
at ihe llotel oj the rroprutor, u. Ii. UiiUn W.
NEW LINE OF STAGES
Fr.osi MiDDLF.nunv to Bostov. via. Binton.
Hancock, Stockbridge and Rovalton. (This line
intcrsccts with the Rutland stagc at Stockbridge.)
This hne of Stagcs leaes Middlebury cvcry
Mondav, IVcdncsdau and Fridau. at 7 o'clock. A.
M., and arrivcs at Royalton thc samc day at 5.
Lcavcs Rovalton Tuesdam. Thursdavs and Sat-
urdays at 7 o'clock, A. M nnd arrivcs at Lebanon
in scason for thc Cars for Boston thc same dav.
Passengcrs takins this routo from Boston will
arrivc at Kovalton thesamo day at 5 o'clock, P. M.
Lcave Royahon 7 ursdai, Thursday and Saturday
at 5 A. M.,and arrive at Middlebury tho nme day
at 2 o'clock, 1'. M.
Ihis lme connccU with all the stagcs at Roval
ton either from the North or South.
5j-Passcngers on any of thc Stcambots on
Lake Champlain, wishing to gct to Boston, will
find this the most dcsirable route that could bc ta
kcn as regards ease, saving of timc, beauty and
grandeUr of sccnery on the way, care of drivers,
We ara assured that the Ceatral Railroad will
be complbted within four wceks so as to bring
passcngers within 40 miles of Middlebury; aftcr
which we shall be enablcd to convcy passcngers
from Middlebury to Boston in one day.
H. 15. Ihe dnvcrs on this route are the lro-
pnctors. Books kcpt at the Vermont Hotel and
at H. Moor's.
FOSTER, TUPPER & GAY, Proprictors.
Jnric 1, 1S4S. 6; tf.
ThL may certify, that I havo this day rivcn
my son Hcnry M. Havcn. his'time during the
rcmainder of his minority, and I shall claim
none of his wages, nor pay any debts of his
contracting after this date.
Shoieham, June 3d, 1818. 6:3w
AT0. 1, TELEGRAPB ROW!
JuATJliO T, U illliAr JiO 1
FRANCIS & SON,
AEE now oponing at the old permancnt stand
THE 11ICHP:ST and BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS,
Erer before ofTcred by them, whlch were bought
icijr ijun 1UR aiiu tllllWl IT111 uc POIU
muchlcss tbanevcrbcforcknown, and LOWER
Thcir Stock is largc, and cmbraccs almost ot
ery vanety of
DRY GOODS, GR'OCERIES,
CROCKEltY & HARD-WARE,
VH of which are selling off rapidly. 3
Thc subscribcr would call attcntion tohis stock
ourma & Snmmcr (ooosJp01-
' - '
onsistimr of new nnd dMirabIo stvles of
mt:ss goods, biioad clotus, cas-
wwbm fsmrupn nr.nTiis YKXT.ea&
A nhare of natronac b rcsocctfullv solicitcd.
B. L. l ULLEIt"
Middlebury, MaySO, 1848.
JI7ST received at the old sland near thel
Rail Road, a well selcctcd assortment of
visions, &c. &c.
Which we -rril! sel for Cash or Produce, at
rates to satisfy thc most futidious.
anu wo say to an wisnmg to buy; como to the
1" All kinds of Produce and Lumber ta
ken in payment for Goods, at the highcst
JAMES M. SLADE & CO.
May 23, 1348. m3;l
Strayed or Stolen,
On the night ofthe 26th ult. a dark bar maro.
two white fcct switch tail, astarin her fore
head.14 years old. Said marc had a pokc on,
wucn sne lclt my pasturc. Any ono return
ing ihe said m.trc, giving information whcrc
she tnay bo lound, will be libcrally rcwardcd.
Middlebury, Juro 5, 1848 C;3w.
UJMlXJiJJ b x A x SU H iiUTJSii,
Iinrrabee' Toint. Shoreham. Vt.
TnE situation of this housebein!r on one ofthe
most dcligliiful and romantic points on Lake
Champlain commandingasitdocs thc OldForU
of Ticondertxia. and onlu 1irce miles dUtant from
Lake GEOnGE.tlint dclii'litful summor rcsort for
visiters from all parts of the United Statcs rcnders
n uncquaiicd in attraction by any hoose in thu
sccnon oi mc couniry.
PITTSFORD, BRANDON, AND
iUK.TI.GIIx, COOIQNG, PARLOR,
Tabor, Eagle, Side Hill and '
(warrantcd on trial to sxit) and parts to stOTCi &
Hollow Ware, Cauldrons, Arch and Oren
Copper and Cat Iron PUJIPS &. Lcad Pipe.
Zinc and BRASS KETTLES to fit stoves ;
wilh points includod, at 2 and 3 cts per foot.
For sale by CLARIv RinH.
who continnes tho
TIN AND STOVE TPJMMINCx
bnsineM, and manufncturiDof DKAG UAKES.
N. B. These Graii-hopotr. cast-beam.PIoni'lu
are pronouuced far superiartoallothorsforbrcak-l
111 Ul iciiauous 9U115. I
Who cannot aflTord from 2 to G to disnnl
fear and protect life and property from tlie cfrcctj
oi r.iguinii:g ;
Shoreham, May, 1848. ;
The subscriber would take this mothnd.
imorm nis tormer customcrs and tho pubhc,
uiai uc ii uuir reauy to receive ivonlto .irril
at his old stand near thc PaperMill, and hopcs
by pcrsonjl attcntion to the busincss, toplcase
rnoso wnomay nror nim with their custom.
W. D. BELL. The flecccs will be ihrown into sorls ac
May 22, 1818. 4: Sw. I cording to style and quality. A Jiscrimina.
' V3 1
XJU. ((Ui I
9() pounds bogar for ono dollar, (and will
m i o .1. i . t rl
i i-- uo. dcsi j.oai samc.
Coficc a prime article,for less than 8 cts
aea ior aimost notuing.
ever before heardof.
::ZrnZL": 7nVvr.,c.1,crn ?an
May 22, 1848.
ro Trust after the 2d of Mav. Old ai-cnr,n.
must bc paid soon. Most kinds of nro.l
ccivcd in payment. All goods will be sold low
for cash or ready pay.
a; . AIOODY.
J Riseley & Co., C. Croiby, D. Bloomer
iu vihirh jccusi iiibu uii cj riijii ittr-ij
VARIET1ES ol FLOWER SEEDS
for sale by
May, 1318. Z. BECKWITH.
Ladies Fashionable Shoes
In a great variety now opening by
May 22, 1848.
An Adjoumed Meetin?
ror granting X.icenscs,
Court Jtlousc. on J
Juncnext, at onc o'
15y ordcr ofthe
GEOKUE 5. SWIFT, Clcrk.
Middlebury, May 30,-1848.
, willbcs hcld at the.
Uonday, the 12th dav of Mon. o. n- jciiisou u-acm hiiSu ,-iv-clock
P.M ham; H. Dell, Middlebury; J. Ellsworlh,
Assistant Judsca of thc Cornwall ; J. M. Wcekt, Salisbury; J. Hol-
15 n0W recc!vinS h!s Snmmcr Stock of
11IU1 & i)Ai5iilUJNAUl.IS liUUDS,
comprising a finc assortment of dcsirable
DRESS GOODS, REBBONS, LACES
ATD E1IBR0IDEREES, PARxl
tSOLS, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
with a completo assortment of
Linen, Worsted & Woolen
for Men and Boys, from a shillin;
Donim to thc
with Vcstings, Trimmings, Hats, Cravats &c, to
match, also a lull supply of
BLEACIIED & BROWN
SHEETINGS & SHIRTINGS
I from thc hcavicst to thc finest in the markct, -
10 -4 Linen Sheetincs, Batts, V lcking, TicVings
I &c. also a largc lot of
piirrrv nnnm?DTM xtott t. n
1AumJ1 vjivwviwu, iuuu, u- w
It. KjUiU V JiiiAJMU
. . i ims meinoa oi iniormmg mo cuizens oi
l anuaiconry ana vicinny maisneisiuiivprcparcu
"to continue succcssfully hcr former Lusincss at
tho same place she has occunied for vears,
llaving rcccntlvreturncu trom uoston with tae
sho is Tireoarcd to gratify the'nicest taste. Sho
lias on hanu a large ana cnoicc assortment oi
llonncts of all qualities anu styles. Also a largi
and bcautiful assortment of idbtions, cmbracni
the latest fasluons.
VC? Repatnng done as usual.
Middlebury. April 8th, I84S. 50; tf.
Tho iubscribcrs ro now rcccivine dircctl
frrtm 'aw Ynrt a Mnirn avtfl vrrfl CAlrt P(1 necnrf.
mcut of Goods, consisting of
PAPER ILVNGINGS, kc, kc.
Thc nrcsent low prico of Goods in Markct has
cnalilcd us to lay m our apnng btocK, at such
that we CAN and WILL oficr indnccments to
the Community to buy, ncver before offcrcd m
this placc. In addition to thc abovc, we have a
& 3tf sr SS 2? s
of Snncrior Finish aud Stylc at priccs uncom
in nuantityand Stvle ncver excclled in this placc
I All we ask is to havo an examination of our
I Goods and priccs, beingwcll assured that nono
will co away without bcing well satislicd with
both. Wc fccl cratcful for past favors, and re
sncctfnllv ask thcir continuancc.
Cr just itEcniVKD a great assortment oi
Pauasoi.3 and Parasoi.ktts, ombracmg
some of the nchest and most bcautiful ever
brought into this markct.
11. iAAUvuitrui & LU.
May 22d, 1848. 4; Cm
TIIE Suscriberhavinsleascd tho first storo.
south cnd of the Bridge, is now recciving
Complete Assortment of
Groceries, West India
Ofthe bcst nuality, which he will bo hap-
py to furmsh his fnends for cash orrcany pay,
s can be bought in thc place. IIo has als(
fitted up a spacious
Which will bo abundantly supplied with re-
freshments at all tunes.
IIEXRY L. SHELDON.
Middlebury, May 22, 1848. 4 tf;
This enterprise having met ihe expecia-
tinnq of ils nrniprlnrp. ihp. AiibRrribnr haa
the Kinderhook Wool Depot
.i nn . n m tr.
"1 l"C VlliageOI DllOrenani, VI.
ihe'prcsent season. He will be prepared.lo
receivc Wool alierllic tiilh ol June.
lion will be made between Wool in goodor
t.-j i:.:. ti .!:.:,
have ,heir CIJP kent tcparato. Sales will be
Invariably for Cash.
Sacks will be furnished to those who wish.
V elr V'"S expenscol Iranaporta
tion nnd 12 1-2 cts eacli or thcir use.
The charses will be. for receiving, sorting
and scllintr, one ccnt per poundnnd ihe in-
surance, which will be zoc oa clUU lor a tcrm
ol thrco months.
in cash will be raade on thc dellvcryof wool,
Arrangemenis hate been made wilh man
ufacturcrs of dilfcrent grades ol wool, to pur-
chasc ihe varioua sorta at their
eoon altcr being received at thc Depot. If
the opening market p'rice is not aalisfaCtory.
the wool wi!.I bo oflered for sale at such time
as theownermay direcl.
Lettersdirected to the subscriber, at Shore
ham, in rclation to the Wool jDepol at that
place, will receive immediate altention.
RMerenee can be had to Dr. J. S. Beek-
man. kinderhook; B. S. Johnson. Esq., Sec.
lcmnb, Brandon; L.
Hall. Shclburn, Vr.
OSffS PHSOS STORS.
7fJ Yds Gro de Rhlnc, Drcss and Mantilla
5tfpiccc3 Linen, Frcnch, Scotch aad Amcrican
100 " Priafs of raro stylcs,
Baragcs, Mohairs, Lawns, modc colored,
Black Rnd Bhic Black Alpaccas, Bombazinc.
Silk Lacc, Gnnps aud friugcs for trimming
3 1-2 Blcachcd and Brown Shcetings of cxtra
qitalitv, and cotlons of evcrv dcscription may
be found at NASII &"GOODRlCH.
20,000 Pieces of Crockery
Embracinj; choicest stylcs of Embo'sed China,
Flowiug lllue, Light Blue, White Grauite and
100 Splendid Mirrors,
of all sizes, aro now opcn for cxliiliUioit in our
and wc wculd say to all who may
WISH TO- GET MARRIED',
or to those who havo bccn thns fortuuatc and are
in nocd of Crockery, that nothing of the kind can
bo found in tho Vallcy of Lake Champlain, that
wiu compare with our oplcnuid
(Sroikcq) anu ittirror
A cosd assortment of Hard warc at the same
low prices as hcrctofore, is now in rcadiness for
inspcctionat jNASII & GUOURICH S.
A choico asjortmcnt, of every description mav
bc found at the OXE PRICE S l'ORE, whcrc.
lct it be rtmemherfd a lanrc per ccntajro has bccn
savcd tho purchasor since thc opening of tlie One
pnccd Store of NASH & GOODRICH.
Junc Ist, 1848. 5
8 4 8
Is now lillcd with a well selcctcd assortment of
and O ! what a fnlling ofl" is thcrc mr comitrv
mtn l Xothing has occurrod sincc the 1'lood
which comparcs m tho least with tho as tcmishin:
rcdiiction in the pricc of Gooils 1 Ho! all ve pco
plc, clap your hands ! Lct tho glad tulinKH co
lurth ! 1a:i it lc sprcad aiiroail thronIiout tlic
vaslcxtcntot tlns crcatcountrv! ltllici'arm
cr leave his nloiigh in tho furrow ! the Mcchan:
lus tools on tlic work hcnrli! tlic Dortor lu nos
trums in the pilt-bags ! thc Lawycr his books on
the dustv shelvcs ! thc Maidcn thc vam on thc
spinning-whccl, and ono and all, far and near,
vounjr and old, fricnd and foc, rich and noor. Jew
anu Ucntilc, saint anu sinncr ranke one
Whcrc vou can bny Fino Ghighams from 13 lo
Lawns 20 lo 23,
llaracs 25 to 82,
Muslin dc Lancs 12 1-2 to 50,
Calirocs 4 to 1C,
83,00 Broad Cloths for S2.O0,
S2.00 Ca.iiimcrcf for S1.25,
Alapaccas 20 to 75 cts,
Carpets.noc to Sl.oo,
Shawls at any price,
Good Su;;ar f0r Cc,
Cofleo S to 10,
Tcas from 12 l-2cto rcstKctablc priccs,
And all othcr articlcs iu nroportion. In fact
many articlcs I havo hcrctofore sold I now givc
away. ilns Ucclnratiou will I dcnicu br manv
compctitors, but, painful as it may sccm, centl
men, youmustfaco thcmujic. I thercfniopIc!gc
mysclf toscll ccodsas chcapasaiivcstahH.rimcnt
.1.: r.l t r - V. ' y. m r- t-
(uia &iuu u -ucxicu me izucen i.iiy oi i ct-
genncs not excepttd. I challcncc them, one and all,
to a compnn.-on of pnccs. bomc I'tonl' lovc to
roam, uut tliey scck no fartlicr aftcr lookin at
oous anu outaimng pnccs of thcir ajccnt,
4 W. S. JOHNSON.
DIKE & RIDER
Atfrost'd Lniidin?, JJnilport. nro now
rcccivins thcir bnrmi: uoods, which thcv
nvt:c thc public to call nnd cxiiinnc, ipial-
ty and priccs. Uur Oooil.s will bc sold nl
as lowrate for Cash as rnn ho hoiight on
tlic l.akeshorc r.o vnstake.
STORING 4t FOUWAROINC
prompily attemled to nt n!I tiines. 3
DIKE J- RIDER have Icaicd tho
WIIARF, k FEItRY
formcrly occupicd by J. Frost, for a tcrm of five
vcars. Thcir intcntion is to attcnd prompily to
all property consigncd to thcir care.
House To Let.
On a very low rcnt, fo.'i cood sc-
curity,) the south half of thu Ilouse
lately occupicd by Wm. Ilarvcy,
with aganlen, on the Aorth KRstcorncr ofthe
Collegc Common. T. A. MEKR1LL. 3 4w
THE subscriber wonld take this mcthod to in
form thc pcoplc of Middlebury and vicinitr, that
he has just returncd from New York, with a well
selectcd assortmcut of
French, German and IZngUsK Iiroadclolhs,
kngtish and 1-rcncn utsiimcret; also,
l)rab,GaUl Mixed and fancy Ticeeds,
also Plainand Figured Salins of
evay raney: Plain Black
Fancy English and French Cassimeres,- Sum
mer JJruunrjs forpantsi
At the samo cstablishmcnt mav be found as
gooa aa assonmcnt ot
As was ever ofTcred tflr thc notfce of tlrc pub
lic, consisting of TWEEDS, CROTON and
LINEN COATS; also, n great variety of Pant
and Vcsts, Ovcr-hauls, Shlrfs, Collars, Bosoms.
Gentlemcn furnishinc their owa Goods, can bc
assured that tlicy will bc made up in the besl
workmanlikc manncf, aftd.at the shortcst noticc
(X?- CUTTING attendcd to as nsual, nnd
warrantcd to fit m all cascs if properly made up
iwemcmucr ai uie oiorc ncxt aoor to Y
Russcl's Drng Store. .
Middleburr, Mav 9. 1848. 2
AT his old stand, near the bridgc, is now re
cciving, a raore than ordinary rrnantity a-dimal-ilv
Sclectf from the besi markct, with great carc,
and adapied to tlic
Of thiJscctkm cf thccouatry. 1'rK-cs will Ki
May 0, 1848. 2
P. W. COLLINS.
Fnncy arfifStaplc Drv Goodi, GROCLI
BOOTS and KIIORS. V ISH.allkinds, 1 L
eJ JI.lON" J"AILS. STEKL, IIO
?.,rI?S,VA,NT' ,),r' DYE STri'FS.
KH?tlP;1OUK- CKMKNT. TAR. PITCII
OAKUM, 1 LOSSP.UIiGE. NEW t'ASTLE,
and othcr khids of COAL, Cnrrot and Si.L-ar
Bcet Sced, Wobdcn-Warc, iia & c.ii, ant
most kols of Goods to lj found ir rt S:orc in
thnpart of tho Wo'hl. PosscssTns snpiriorad
vantaes hc will ftffcr c!ctraonlinur- indticcnicnti
to purchaiers. 55-Couotry prodiicc wrhtcd in
cxchango for Goods.
Ycrgonnes, May lClh, 184S. 3
To pnrchaso a hamNonic, fnir siieil hoat, of
good brcctl, for which Cash will bc paid.
, . . , II. BELL.
Middlebury, May 29 1R.J8.
rtCash Wanted" Alsd.
AFAR1I FOR PALE.
i he mincribcr oiicrs fur sale Im r.irtn, ron-itj
ing of 80 acres of thc most profitaMc Iand in thu
County. which lics on thc "I'oot St.cct" riad lot
L R. WAINWRIG1IT.
MtditMiCry, MXy 23, f 6 13. 0 : 3 w.
Thc largtst stock yct. nnd from S ts upwnrdsv
New pattc?:n nbw npcnni;
by FRANCIS a SON.
TIIE aiifnc. ibcr lias jinf rrriirRrtd fhnti HnV
Ynrk, nml nim rrrrivinj , al hi rlorv ui
MosKTO'it lior.DlTGll. llin hrgcit rt ipli-n.
did alnrii.rnt of (JOODS errr inrtil UfnU. j
in llti part tif ih itatr: cin.i.ling of " U Y
G O O I S of ulinost rvcrv varici aiul fiilc
Groceries, Iiardware, Crockery
and Glafssware, Drtigs and
Mccficincs and Paints,
Iinsccd and Lamp Oil, C'tit and
Wtndoio GCass and Putty, Satihan. Mw kcr
, Cudfish. and Silfi'nrfine Flnur,
Im intomll' to fcetp Ciinrlanlljr nn linnd, nnil nlfnf
IZ l-J centii ailrnncc Trom Vrrxeiinpj prirn.
.1 birge amortincnf of I'apkk IIaoi.xiii aml
Cuktai.x PArtni.f ncwan.l Ix-nii til'ul ,:itlrrn.
All of wliicli'will lic jol.l at thc loucM nos.iMonri-
cesforcash, bullcr, rhccfo, niin, fraihrr,? ittol,
ahce'" peltbeen wax,&c. &c. or .ipprotailhlmrt
He ilrire to ay tn hii fricnila and llin niMir
lliat tie inlcnil J luakea j-ermanrnl ni.md, aiul i'..
buaincs on a'f.tiV Ct?e,aitrl tlte nmnt acroinmoi!..
ling trrins ihst lip will'jcll n Cnr.Ar (lie moJii.
nliarh& ajy ifnot clieai.ir llian can Im fntiiui a-'
an) ollicr store in lliia Tiriniiy. aud iiincti i lifai'i
llian w cvtrlxifoio thuu"lit of.
53" All are raot rmpoclfully intilrd tn rall.
T. C. SJIT1I.
Monkton, May 17lli, 1843'. i
And still they Cromc !
Morc of thosc
Selling solow. that it isaWit irivin thcnt awav. -
ronstautly aniving at No. I, Tclegrnph R iw?
I'1!..('1S Sc SON
MMdlcbury, May 23, 1848. 4
all new mm-
ABBOTT fe BUOWN.Imvini: inst rr.
ttinicd from Bostoli amf irtv l'nrk, nrif
prcpired to nfler cirKto'iii'prM god Imr
anhs in S r.VPLK AND FANCY DRY
GOODS, R)CKIIIKS, CKdCKKIlK
GLASS WARK, PAIN I'S, OIL.bAI.T.
FISH, FLOUR. PI.A.SI ER. &.c. &.
Having selecteil thcir O'Midt; nilh n1u-
care.from tho bcst Ilouac trrbolli.Markct.-',
otucst nsl) priccs,
And ferlinS confidcnt ihat th'n'y arc ilci id-
edly cheap they raspcctfully invitn thc
Publicto call nnil exiimiiic their biocK.
'.SL STORAfiE&FOWA 1)1N(J
DQXK AT LOWF.ST RATES.
Lnrrabee's Polnt. May in, ISf lS.
0PP0SITI0N TO M0N0P0LY.
FIRST MRIVAL OF"
Is now rcreiving a lanro and cxtensivc stock'1 1
Staplo and Fancy
iinong which rtiay bo I'ourul Borrnft.',
Bnnirct SilKs nnd Kiblions, Artihcinls tc
Ronchy. nlso a great variety of Drcd.s
Gon'ds tor Ladies. vizz
Spfcndid Ginghams from 12 1-2 to 25 cn,
" Baragcs &.MtHlins VZ l-Z to ij,
" I.atyns atfil ilfuslins very chcap,
Fiirnl'ure Prints anil Cafiroc'si frorn 4 i.
12 1-2 cts, and a great loft rtf Pnraol.!
from lcc tr ",00, Blcoch'ed anJ Broun
Co'ttons, ato'nishingly che.ip.
Broad Clolh.-i, Cassimeres, Sntihctts &..,
A'so 1000 yils Summcr StufTS froni J t-
25ctn, Bctl Tick nnd Urillings frorn Sf
Groccric!', Crorkcry, Glass atid Wnrlu-irr.
r. .r , f c : r (i ... r . i -. -
muuu xirijwii ouar lruuio iu v i
Uood 42 cenl'Tea for 23cl3 Drugs nnd
Medicines, Lirieccd Oi( for G3 cents p'-r
gallon, Vhitfe Ceail, very chcap. a'm
INails. Windojy. Glnss, Putty. Nail llod
nnd Wnggon Tiro. 4 cts perlb.
Together witli a iargeasnrtment of nfh-
er Goods iiot necessary to mcntiorr. All ui
tvhich .villbe sold eiiully chcap a ilin.f
nentioned. lor Uash.nnil at a vprysm-iit
rofit abovo for I'rodllce or short appr3V-l
rcdit. Tho Puhlic; arn rp.'pfctlnlli- iun-
tnl to call, e.tamine nnil pun har.
New llaven, May, 1S. S