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Resolvcd, Tliat we rcgard the prescnt Ad
ministrauoa ofour National Government as en
tirclv r partizan administratim, whose measurcs
lunc becnaimcd andshapcd to strcngthcn and
esulJbh thc party in powcr, and that we con;id-
. .1 , . . - . ... nCfl.A fwMTitrv itlm!111ll
cr tnat ine uignesi micrcM j
achangoofthc admiuistration and policyofthc
Rcsolvtd, That wedo individually rcjoicc, and
wc ten Jcr our congratulations to our fcllow citi
zcns of thc whole country, at tlio tcnnination of
the War with Mexico, a War carried on at an
immcnsc expcnse of human lifc and of trcasure,
and whieh, although fruiiful of glory to our offi-
ccrs and soldiers, has beeu prodnctire of no ade
giate benefits to our commoii countrr.
The rcaolutions were takcn np separatcly, and,
after remarksbyMr.Skide, ifon. 1'eter Starr,
Jndge Solace, Vcrtulon Rich, Esq, (an 0Ilio
Dclcgate to tlie Philadeha Convention,) Hon.
lraStcwart,and othcrs.-all unanimonsly
On motion of 3Ir. Made. the Connty Comrait
trewcre authorizcd to appointTown Comniittees
.IC same to he publihcd in the two papcr3 of
Votctl, That thc ptocceding of this Conven
tion bcsignedby thc l'residcnt and Secrctaricsi
and prcsentcd for iiuertion in the Middlebury
Calaxy and Vergennes Vcrniontcr.
The Convention then adjoumed, sine die.
JOSKI'H H- BARHETT, ) Seereta
li. W. BLAISl)KLL,Ju-, ) rits.
IIor.RiiiLK )Evr.i.orn:NTS. The fatc of
Miss Sarah Vurber, tbe faetory girl ot Man
choter, X. II., has been ascertained. It ap
pears tliat sbc was a w'.-tim of seduction. She
nflerwnnls wasnnder trentincnt by thc father
of her scduecr, Dr. MeNabb. of Mauchcstor,
and dicd in tonscnuence. The boilv was
then phtecd in a box while warm.and brought
to this city by thc Doetor hiiuself" and sold to
a phvsieiau with an assurnnce that all w:is
right. Whcn the lody was takcn to a disscct
im; riioin, it was a-icurtalned by the Sureon,
fn'nu thi" apjicarance of thc body. tliat thcre
was tbttl plsiy in ihc mattcr, and be ordcn-d
Dr. McXabb to take it away immttliately.
The Doctorthcn went to thc portcr of thc
li j'-nital and oflVn-d Iiiin five dollars to dipose
of tlie boily, and swijicsted the cxncdiency of
ilu;n-' it bv cuttins it to tiieces. and throwing
it into tlie vault. Totbislio prctcnded toron- I
tvut, but CHibaliiicd thc IkmIv and intonncil
tlu' l'oliri'. Dr. .McXabb, liis .on, and a por
trait paintvr, nanicd Inall, hae been arrest
'd a impliratcil in thc allair. The body was
prukcdina iO wo and a lialf feet spiarc,
and wa sold fnr i'i'. The jrter was now in
hU po?o.-Hon Ihc S" bill paid to liim by Dr.
McXabL. A'yOH Tmrelli I .
GKX. CASS A LlI'.KLKIt.
Fnmi a candidatc for ptdilie station, but cs
pei ially I'nr an (illice si exaltiMl as thc I'resi
leney ot'tlic I'nited States, arourtesy oftuan
ner and f la:ij;tia;e is imp"rath ely lequircd
b tlie air.enities and tleceni ies of social nnd
jicilitienl bn)ihcrlioHl. P.trticsdiirer,and mu-t
diller, but the i:reat mahs of eai-b sineerely
M-i-k tlie eountryV g(iod, and labor to piunmte
it. Tliere are kn.iviv and seli.-h deinaojjuw
in a'.l p:rti(. a-s there arc hvporrites aiuanj;
ihe prote-..ni of all ereeds; but as lielipion is
nui hvpiKTi-v, and no Feet is organized and
ki-pt up for the wilful irop:igatiouoferrorand
viec, so there i no party whieh conieiouly
seeks the oiprthrow ofour iutitutions and the
?uber.-ion of our I'ublir I.iberties. lle wbo
siwrts thc eontrary is an eneiuy of thc whole
1 Voplc, lalxir.n to iliseiuin.ite lor 1ns own
s.ir'l'nl ends dehisions whieh impel theiu tosus
poet and hale eaeh othcr. Thc hi;;hcr liis
tation atnl hi aiiii, thc bawr i- his sjiirit and
ll'e mnie uM-iuplary sbuuM bc bis jiuni.li-ni'-nt.
tlea. Lei C.iss. in hts Icttcr acecptinj; tbc
)! miiii.itioii liich he has sonnbt s cagorly
and .tbairbinsl- fr thc last five years. goes en
tirclyoul if liis wav to utter the l'ollouins li
' Thc very fin-t artiele in the Democratie
"reed teai hes tliat the peoplc arc ''ompetcnt
.t'i povern themsches ; it is indeed ratlier an
iiiom than an artiele of olitieal f.iith. Froiu
tt" dajs of flen llaniilton to our ilays, thc
JKTt" oppo-ed to m ot wbo;e prineiples iie
.v the preal cxponent, if tot the founder.
wbik' it has ebaned it name, has presnred
cs-eutially the identity ofehanieter ; and the
d"uVt he entertaincd and taught of thc eapae
ity of nian for self-yovermnent. has cxertcd a
marked ii'tlnenee upon its aetion anil opin
inas. Ilerc is tbe very Ftarting point of thc dif
tV reurp betwcen the two great parlies whieh
diviflc our eouiitry. All other dilTerenecs arc
hutMilionlinate and auxiliary to this, andniay.
ia taet, bc resoUed into it. Looking with
douJit upon tlie issue of self-povcrnnient, onc
party is jirone lo think the publk authority
ahould hestrcngthcned,and to fear any change
let tliat change niight weaken the neccssary
S.irrc of the (iovcrnment while thc other,
flrong in its eomictinns of tlie intclligewc
and virtncof the people. lwlievps that original
powcr i? safcr than deleated, and that tho so
Iution of the great probleni nf iood jrovern-
lnent tou.-iits in ;oerning with the Ieat
foree, and leaving ir.iliviclu.il aclion as frec
frura rcstraint as is compatible with the pres
rvation of thc soeial svctem, thereby seeuriin;
lo each all the frccdom whirli is not essential
lo the well-lieing ot thc whole."
That thc above is nttcrly falfe, cvcn in rc
g.inl to Gen. llaniilton and liis rompatriots,
wc have no dnubf. That it would be ca.-v to
cuil some prctcxt for it out of his voluminous
writings quitc possible, anil in like manner '
to provc that this or that Fedcralist, in some i
inoment of disaimointmeiit and defeat. said
slllUIV;d tllPP :isa Iliviliitv nnH Ifinil tlioo Imf
ying a wam oi rcspeci lor tue - ,ia(1 .,nnt. . , .:.-- -, " Ti" ' grandeur of
Ui-ence and eapaeitv. It n re- v., "" Tf,',.f ic.,
ine tast ritius i"ieatci, ruined, wnm.u.r ir u ih-cclt "'xaiaaaaaBSsa
, . . i t . . , u., Luiuuii-, uuicdb Mirncu j. iiij i ia oii tnp. i
Luned:'-0 Virtue! I have wor-1 " "...i,,.. te- fc tr-i .
ssliadow- Should that c.prcssion ofacmsh-! In "'J "'scases of thc blood, all eniptions of
d heart be held to implicate the whole Rc- rcry. cI!"af ler. Scrofula a:id cvcn Canccrs. thc
pMcan party of llome as contc.nner ot Vh- VetaWern,h?n,r?n-In ' '
lnp ' Vpt il,w i .i i i r- ! PKetaiilc J.itliontnpic Mixturc its sure and sov-
C fss ,,ii of eerP, n r 1 ' F' ' Crci-n s',ecific- Crcat nlternative powers of
L.iss iiiakts ot ccrt.unexprcssionswrungfrom this artiele is onc oftts Icadin- fcaturcs The
the Fedcral champm, by their uncxcted u.e calomel is superccdcd, thb LUhontrip-
and 2i 'iiey thought unmeritcd disaster and'ticis known. Itwill cradicatc any complaint
donnfall. J hcy cannut be fairlv judgcd by whicb this well known mincral is med as a remc-
iiii-su c-iJic'tuuj,wu y uy mc wnoie tcnor
of thcir writings and tlwir livcs.
iiai mc sianuer on me ucauis lcasnnnor-
, , .1. .
tant than thc misehief to ,hc Jiving not m',rc.
v to thc party assa.led bat to the whole pco-
wU.....M .uuiun inptic nas maac manv curcs, and is daily mak
intercsts. a rqmtr.on dcstiny. e are natur- ing thcm all over the'world. Call upon tbe A
ally dividcd upon grcat questions of public . gcnt, undcr the head of Grcat Amcrican Rcmed v.
i'""1-. i "iiicu ine mcnis uo uui ainnva im ,
ui sunaco, dui oitenrcquire paueni anu
candid consideratioa. We are ven- sure tho
majority would decidc them correc'tly, if they
wre but allowed to hear thcm cand'idly and
really dccidc them at all. But oi.e of thcse
questions comes up that of Protcction, for in-
stance, or the Mexican AVar policy and we
proceed to set forth our views upon it. But
Gen. Cass and his confederates at oncc mtcr-
pose the CJdumnv above nuoted. anH 1
at5-dl VATtXOa f the V0,erS, fiom,,,fS
at alL Closa vour ears good people ! they vir-'
ffiwl?T: d-0n,t 1!??n r 'tat felIW' for !
t Zl IT lnPaWc of Eelf-governmcnt,
tion W ,0 eCldE an-v.such I0""
ths i Iry preudi ed, thi verdict corrupt-
cd ; and all because dcmagogues likc Cass, a
ivare of their own baseness and infcriority,
dare not fairly discuss the rcat questions at
issue or trust to thcir own merits for advance-ment-
Thcy hope ratlier to rise by clamor,
( by hatred, by malevolcnt prejudice. Have
. . . . 1 - TT
not fair-niinded, just mcn rcason to loatbe and
uctest thcm? N. Y. Jntmnc.
The annual meeting of the Addison Coun
ty Medical Society was holden in Middlebury,
on Tliursday, June 15th, at 2 o'clock P. M.
C. B. .MaltSiie, M. D., of Bristol.atid L. Haz
elline, M. D., of New Haven, were clected
niembers and Eigaed the conslitution.
Dr. Latbrop then read an interestino; hio
graphical sketcli ofthclatc Dr. J. A. Allen.
An erudite and instructingaddress was ncxt
icad byDr. Cmrke, onlhe uec ol Upium in
Oontinued t evcrs.
On motion, licsohcd, That the tbanks of
the bociety be prcsentej to Dr. Latbrop lor
tlie satislactory munner in whieh he has ac
compliEhed the duty assigned himof prepnr
in; the Biographical skelch of the late Dr.
Allen. Also lo Dr. Clarke for his iniercsling
Dr. Bradford, of Vergennes, read an ad
drcs'. wlien it wns
Rtsohtd, Thal tbe thanks cf the Snciety
bc preeentcd n Dr. Bradford lor thc able
perlormntice of his dulies as Prcsident the
past yeai ; also for his eloquent nddress to
day. A'l. V. ol thc Constiltuion was amcnded
by insertinjjafler "practitiouer of Medicine"
the words " or graduate ol" any legally nu
thorized Medical Instiiuiion, wfio resides".
The Sucicty proceedcd to the election of
ofiiccrs for thc yenr ensuing, with ihe rolloxv
rcsult E. D. Warneh.M. D. New Haven, Prest.
O.G. Dyar, M. D, Salisbury ricc l'resl.
C. L. Allen, M. D., Middlebury. Secrttury.
W. P. Kussel, M. D.. ' Treasurer.
C. C. P. Clarke, M. D.. " LibTarian.
A. Bradford, M. D.,Vcrgenncs, T
S. P. Lathrop, M. D., ftlidd., Censors.
J. Iticc, M. D., Bridport.
Itcmarks wcre made in rcgard to tho Xa
tional Medical Association, and it was
llcso'ivd, That wc hayc witnesscd with pleas
nre the fonnntion aml mec-tings of a Acifiono
Midictd AssocialionflwX that wc will hcartily co
operate with that association in its cxcrtious to
elcvatc and improvc thc Mtdiral prcfession.
Intcrcsting rcmarks wcrc made con-crn-ing
the usc of Opium, dicitcd hy the address of
Dr. Clarke. Yin. Galc, IJicc, 'Warncr, Bradlonl.
liusscll and othcrs, engagcd in an agrccahlc dis
cnsiion upon Hmrlctimi or Cankcr Iah.
After other lnisiness and rcmarks of minor im
portanec thc Sotictv adj.
C. L. ALr-EX,5.
Middlclnrv, June 15, 18-18.
The X. Y. CoiiMF.r.ciAi. is warmly support
ing thc Whig nouiinations at Philadclphia. It
e.prcjses tho belicf that Gen. Taylor was in
reality thc faorite candidnte of all of the 27t)
delegales, s:ive somc CO or 70 ; and that there
will be very little or no defection in the ranks
of thc 'Whig party.
Ratification Meeting at
An iinmpiie Itntifimtion Mccting was held in
Fnneuil Hall, on l'ri.lay. cvcning last. Thc
Boston Atla ays :
Thc Gr.md Katifiration Mccting in thc Old
Craillc of Ij'iPrty, lat cvcning, was worthy of the
hctt diiys of that time-honored sanctuary. Xever
have we witnesscd so large and ovenvliclmingan
mscmblagc ncvcr hnvc we secn a inorc cnthusi-
. .... .. ,
ingofthc whole-souled AVhigs of Boitoii, than '
that whieh mct last ni"ht in Faneuil Ilall.to re-
sponil wilh a loud and hcartfelt acclaim to the
noniinatioii of Tati.ok and Fn.Ljionc. It was
liy far tlie I:irp.'St ana most sjnritcu :uscuulaf;c
that ha lieen knonn, since Faneuil Hall ha3
pithcrcd hcr sons wiihin her sacrcd walls. Iltm
ilrcil', and evcn tlnmsands, $ought in vain for ad-mi.-sion,
and had Faneuil Hall l.-ccn thrce timts
a.s ctipacious. it eould hardly have hcM thcm all.
Wc have not witnesscd sucJi enthusiasm since
JS40, and ncvcr, cvcn then, did wcsceitcquallcd.
It was. indced, a most glorious and soul stirring
oceasion -one long to bc rcmembercd, and one
that rsiiiuot fail to lic felt and to crcate a rcspon
sivc echo throughout our whole Commonwcalth.
JtT It is suggested that the Peoplc of the
West eannot harlior tbe idea of voting for the
author of the si line Icttcr to the Chicago
Convention. That epistlc is a bar to his pros
pcet. I5ut even though he chould float over
that, ho w;ould be snagged on tho Proviso.
Thc following artiele we copy with ploasurc
from the Boston Mercanlile Jouriial.March 1846,
and wc hope if any ofour numerous rcaders arc
siillcriiig from auy'i f the complaints whieh it is
said to cure, will spcedilv avail tlicmsclvcs of
DK. WISTAIVS BALSAJI OF WILI)
It was known many years ago that thc wild
chcrry trce of this climatc posscsscd valuablc nic
dicinal propertics. lndccd this fact was known
to tbc Ahorisincs, and a decoction of the leavcs
or bark of this trcc has cvcr bccn n-garded bv
thcir physirians as onc of thc most cft'cctual rcm"
cibcs in many discascs. This f.ict, scvcral vears
ince.arrestcd theattcntiun of Dr. Wistar, a
J ly rctpcctaMe practitiouer of Yirginia. H
i vcstijrated widi carc the healiiiLr nronertics
, . j
! wild chcrn- tcstcd its cifccts whcn administcrcd
, alone, and whcn in comhination with othcr rcm-
cdial agcnL. He found that its natural virtucs
niight bc grcatly improved and by combining it
insrcdicnts, whose propertics arc well provcdand
gcncrally recoKtiized, a medicinc, wns produced
whieh cotiMitutes a rcmcdy ofgrcat value in pnl
nionary an'cctions. and dis'cascs of the chest and
tbroat Hcascs whieh arc proverbiully prcvalcnt
'"onrcitics and largc towns, and oftcn prove fa-
SWW"'S tlie halls of mortality to a much
ui iur,auu icavcs no uciexcnous rcsult, as is sccn
fi-t ha tliA nncn 1 1. 1 1 T e .
fhall give in thc coursc of a few wccks some tes-
iv. ift, iiiu luac iwin caioiuci II u is I1SCI1. n
timony to provc thc cliaracter of thi3 artiele as a
cs,vhich nreprodnc'ed by bad blood. TheLiS.
you will rind tlie prin'ciple upon it uiakcs curcs in
.uiuuiua-, anii qna. pampnict, rcau it, and
Tiiursday, June 15, 1848,
Reportcd for tho'Traveller.
At market 250 Beef Cattlc, 18 pairs Work-
3 TZi . JCtn cl-.."'15' lvov oneeP
Pkicks Beef Cattlc-Sdes at S5.75 6a7 ;
e.xtra 7 50
V'oriin'n Oxm-Sdcs dull, S75, 80 and 98.
Ccws ahd Ccdves-520, 25, 34 and S8
Meep and Lambs-S2, 2,50 and 3,50 : 13
atretail, 9aiCc "
. LICII1LT CJklUIIL iimn lll rICl willt vnnet ntl.A '
i . . -xsoeara,rim-iHJ!?si
ICitractofa lettfr from Dr. WHHama. of.VLl
Gentlejnen, t will thank yoa to sendme two dozfn
morrnf your Saraparlll.i and 1'oinalo Ditten. I have
ustd it with preat success in four ca-s o f Jyaneps ia, cnriug
eachofllicin in an alinoat incrnlible fhort limc; ilkewiae
otie caw of crofuIous Iiuniour, and nne of jaundice. 1
consider it a valuable conipound, and must say I have
ucd it with tlie happieit carcu. Sbould like In havs it ai
coon a conrcment. Oneoribecascsot dvfwrela wa
licnilcrnian wbo liad tufTcrnl a lon; lime and liad becn to
ids apnngs lor two e easonj.
A. nojdra, C?q.t of Cambridge, curivl of the dy spepsia
oi a year sianaing, aiicruyin- axiunared remcdiia wno
out the leaitcnVct.
ncnjamin Whitney, or l.ynn, eured of indigesilon and
ayspepwa oy using iwo oouieii ol ine above. i
W. P. Husscl, Agcnt.
In Bolton, by Ker.Wm. Haguc.Mr. J. Bordman
lage,or Jtutlanu, Vt., to Miss ilary A. Jtey
nolds, of Boston.
In Addison, on the lst inet., by William
Reeves. hsn., Mr. Guy Gagc and Mis
In Bristol, on the 7th inst.Deacon Nathan
Rider, ageit 75 years.
In Waltham, on the 9th inst.John Preston,
aged 90 years.
In Hadlev. Mass. June I, Mr. JERE
MIAHCADY, a revolutionary pensioner.
aged 97. He was the oldcst person in tliat
town. He was a nnlive ol Killingly, L.onp.,
was io the battle of Buukcr Hill, and in the
army during most of the revolution.
Thc Annual Mccting of the membcrs of the
ICutland and Addison Mutual 1'irc Insurnncc
Comnanv will be holden at the office of said Com-
nanv, in Brandon, on AVcdnesdav the 5th day of
July next, at 1 o'clock, 1'. M., jbr thc purpose of
choosinir Dircctors for the ensuing vear, at wlncli
tune the boaru of Uirectors will makc assessments
to meet the losscs for the currcnt vear.
E. JUNK, Secrctary.
Insurnncc Offiec, 6th June, 1848. 7 ; 3 w.
W 0 0 L i
Cash paid for clean Flcccc AVool.
Middleburr, Jnnc 12, 1S48. 7 ; tf.
IRMON A. SHELDON
Has for sale, chcap for CASH and most kinds
of I rouucc, tlie tollowing
Consistinfr of a ircncral varietv of SUDCrfinc &
common Broad Cloths, Cassimcrcs. Vestings,
rnmniings, Drcss uoods, Uinghams, JJonicsttc
Ready filade Clothing,
A full nssottmenl ol
,fhmili) rorcric5, :r.
Cidcr l"mesar, Spices,ali kinds
and nbnost cvcryarticlc callcd for.
Shecp Tniuc, Itopc & Cords, Xails nnd Glass,
Purc 'White Lcad, Kxlra White Lcad, Chromc
Ycllow, Whiting, Vcnetian Bcd, Linsccd Oil,
Turpentinc, Varnisli, Frcnch Ycllow, Tar,
J1KUUS & jUEDltJliSliS.a largc varietv, well
o ; y.
Bnx Raisins, Curranfg,
Bolted isuar, (refd.) Farina, (a new arii
clc rf fooil for thc siclc.)
Ricc, Burlington Crackcrs,
Cassia, Pure Gmgcr,
Carb. Soda, for washing:
Sup. Carb. Soda,
CnEtilc, Toilet, & Bar Soap,
SHperibr Pearl Siarch,
Just Rec. by KRANC1S & SON.
MOKKoflhat superior artiele, thorough
prcparcd.for'iMatireFses and CiiEhions and
hctler than half of the Curl'd llnir sold for
that purpose, and inuch cheaper,tfor fc-aleby
NEW LINE OF STAGES
FnoM iriDDr.F.nuRV to Bostos, via Kipton.
Hancock, Stockbridge and Royalton. (This line
intcrsccts with the Rutland stage at Stockbridge.)
This line of Stagcs leavcs Middlebury cvcry
Mondny, Wednesday nnd J-'ridag, at 7 o'clock, A.
M., and arrivcs at Kovalton llic samc dav at 5.
Leavcs Royalton Tuesdayi, Thvrsdays and Sii-
'iitjiijs ni i ociocK, a. iiianuarnvcs ai icuauon
Pnsscngcrs takincr this route from Boston will
nrrive at Rovalton thesame day at5o"c!ock,lM.
I.cavc Royalton 7 ucsday, 77iursiAiy nnd Saturday
at 5 A. M. ,nnil arrivcatMiddleburv tlie stnic dav
at 2 o'clock, P. M.
This line cbnnccts with all tlie stagcs at Royal
ton cithcr from the Xorth or South.
ICrPasscngcrs on any of thc Steambots on
Lake Champlain, wishing to get to Boston, will
find this the most desirahlc routcthat eould bc ta
kcn as regards case, saving of timc, bcauty and
scencry on thc way, care of dnvcrs,
Wc arc assurcd that the Ccntral Railroad will
be compltted within fonr wecks so as to brin
passcngers within 40 milcs of Middlebury; after
whieh we shall be cnabled to convey passcngers
from Middlebury to Boston in one day.
X. B. The drivcrs on this routc arc thc Pro
prictors. Books kept arthe Vermont llotcl and
at IL Moor's.
FOSTEK, TUPPEIt & GAY, Proprictors.
June 1, 1648. 6; tf.
SJ a NSS
ALL NEW GQODS.
ABBOTT & BROWN.having just rc
turncd from Boston and New ifork, aro
prepared to ofTer customers good bar
gains in STAPLE AjVD FANCY DRY
GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERV,
GLASS WARE, PA1NTS, OIL, SALT,
FISH, FLOUR. PLASTEIl,. &c. &c.
Having selccted their Goods with tnuch
I carc, from tbebeslHouscs in botliMarkcts.
Coujcst &asl) Jpricc5,
And feeling confirlcnt that they are decid-
edly cheap they respectfully invite tbe
Public to call and cxauiinc their Stock.
P. S. STORAGE & FORWADING
DONE AT LOVEST RATES.
: Larrabee's Point, May 15, 1348
NO. 1, TELEGRAPfl RQW
FRANCIS & SON,
AltE now opcning at thc old permanent stand
THE BICHEST and BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS,
Evcr bcforc oflcred by them, whieh wcre bonght
very Low with Cash, and whieh will te sold
mnch lcss than cvcrbeforo known, and 10WEU
than advertizcd by AI 1 UiNK
Their Stock is large, and einbraces almost cv'
cry vanety of
DltY GOODS, GROCERIES;
CROCIvERY & IIARD-WARE,
All of whieh are selling off rapidly. 3
The subscribcr would call attcntion tohis stock
0pring & 0ummcr oobs,
consisting of new and desirahlc ftylcs of
DHESS GOODS. BROAD CLOTHS, CAS-
SIMERES, SUMilER. CLOTUS, VEST-
IXGS. SIIEETIXGS, GROCERIES
CROCKERY, IlARDWARE,$-c., .j-c.
A 6harc of patrouage is respcctfullv solicited,
n. l. fulleu;
Middlebury, May 20, 1848. 5
JUST reeeivcd at the old stand near
Rail Road, a well selected assortment of
Groceries, Paints, Oilsj Pro
visions, &c. &c.
AVhich wc wil! scl for Cash or Producc, at
ratcs to satisfy tbc most lastidious.
rjous axc ovo,
and we say to all wishing to buy; comc to thc
iiau Koau store anu gct a tuli supply.
rST All kinds of Producc and Luniber ta
kcn in paymcut for Goods, at the highest
JAMES AI. SLADE f: CO.
May 23, 1318. in3;l
Strayed or Stolen,
On the ni"ht of the 2Gth ult. a dark bav mare.
two white lcct switch tail, a star in her fore
hcad.l l years old. Said mare had a poku on,
wnen siic icit mv pasturc. ahv onc return-
ing the said mare, giving infortnation where
slie may ue lound, will be bberally rcwarded.
Middlebury, June 5, 1848 C;3w.
U jnITED STATES H0TEL.
BY B. B. BROAVN,
I.arrabcc'ij I'oint, Shoreham, Vt.
TE situation of this housc beintr onono of the
most dolightful and romantic points on Xaki:
Ciiami'LAI.n commandinrasitdoes the OldFurts
if Ticonderota, and onlu threc tniles di'slant from
Lake GcoitGE,that dclightful summer resort for
isitcrs trom all parts of the United Stitcs rcndcrs
it uncqualieil m attraction by any housc in this
scction of thc country.
ITTSFORD, BRANDON, AND
ilRTIGIIT, C00KING, PARL0R,
Tabor, Eaglc, Sidc Hill and 1
(warrantcd on trial to siit) and parts to stovcs &
Hollow "Warc, Cauldrons, Arch and Oven
Coppcr and Cast Iron PUJIPS & Lcad Pipc.
Ziiic and BRASS KETTLES to fit stovcs ;
with points includcd, at 2 and 3 cfcs pcr foot,
For salc by CLARK KICH,
who continucs thc
TIN AND STOYE TRDIMING
busincss, and mannfuctnringofDRAG KAKES.
B. Thesc Grass-hoppcr, cnst-bcam.Plonghs
arc pronouuced far superior to all othcrs for brcak
ing up tcuacious soils.
Who cannot aflbnl from S2 to ?6 to dipcl
fear and protect life and property from tho cflccts
of Lightning ?
Shoreham, May, l.is. 4; 5w.
You can Buy,
Qf) pounds Sugar for one dollar, (and will
soon have cheaper.)
10 1-2 do. best Loafsame.
CofTec a primc artiele, for lcss than 8 cts
Tea for almost nothiiig.
And everv thing wanted for cheaper than
cvcr before heardof. FRANCIS & SOX.
May 22, 1S18.
Thc subscriber wishes to scll
his Housc,Barn, and half an ncre
of Iand, a fcw rods south of Haar's
Tbe prcmiscs arc well funiishcd
with eood watcr.
'Ihc above will bc disposcd of
low, foi cash, or approved crcdit.
Jliddlcbury, June 6, 1843. C; 3w.
This may certify, that I have this day givcn
ray son Ilcnry M. Ilavcn. his time dnring the
remainder of his miuority, and I shall claim
none of his wagcs, nor pay any debts of his
coutracting after this datc.
Shoreham, June 3d, 1848. C:3w
E Riseley & Co., C. Crosby, D. Bloomcr
and Shakcr Seeds, also ONE HUNDRED
VAR1ET1ES ol FLOWER SEEDS
for sale by
May, 18 IS. Z. BECKWTTH.
Ladies Fashionable Shoes
In a great variety now opcning bv
FRANCIS & S02i
May 22, 1818.
OXE BBL. PICKLES in PRIME ORDER,
for sale by E VALLETTE.
June 12tb, I64S 7
Is now rccciving liis Summer Stock of
RICII 1 FASHIONABLE GOODS,
comprising a finc assortment of desirahlc
DRESS GOODS, RIBB0NS, TA0ES
AND EMBROIDERIES, PARxV
OLS, GL0VE3, HOSIERY,
with a complcte assortment of
Linen, Worsted & Woolen
for Men and Boys, from a shillin'Dcnim to thc
with Vestiags, Trhnmings, Hats, Cravats &.C, to
match, also afull supply of
BLEACID2D & BROWN
SHEETINGS & SHIRTINGS
from the hcavicst to thc finest in thc market,
10 -4 Linen Shectings, Batts, Wicking, Tickings
&cn also a largc lot ot
CROCKERY & GLASS WARE,
FAMILY GROCERIES, FISII, &C
MRS. R. CLEVELAND
Takcs this mcthod of informin" the citizens of
Middlebury and vicinitv thatshe is fullv prcoared
to continuc successfully her former busincs3 at
thc samc placc shc has occupied for vears.
llaving rcccntlv rcturned lrom Boston with thc
shc is prcpnrcd to cratifv the niccst tastc. Shc
has on band a large nnd choicc assortment of
Bonncts of all iiuahtics anu stvlcs. Also a large
and bcautiful assortment of Ribbons, embraciug
thc Iatcst fasbions.
DT? Itcpairing donc as tisnal.
Middlebury, April 8lh, 1848. , 50; tf.
Thc subscribcrs are now reccivinir directlv
from New York a choicc and well selccted assort
ment of Goods, consi:thig of
II ARDWARE, GROCERIES,
PAPER IIANGINGS, kc, kc
Thc prcscnt low pricc of Goods in Market has
cnablcu us to lay in our bpnng fttocK, at sucn
that wc CAN and WILL olfer induccmcnts to
the Community to buy, ncvcr bcforc oflered in
this place. In addition to the above, we have a
& D sr S S 3
of Snpcrior Finish and Style at priccs uncom
in nuantitv and Stvlc ncvcr cxccllcd in this placc.
All wc asK is to navc an cxannnation oi our
Goods and priccs, beingwell assurcd that nonc
will go away without bcing well satisficd with
botli. We fcel gratcful for past favors, and re-
pcctfiillv ask thcir contuiuancc-
(S5" Just Itccniviru a crcat assortment of
1 AitASOLS and JL'ahasolktts, cmliracini;
some of thc richcst and most bcautiful evcr
brought into this market.
II. I.AXG WORTHY & CO.
May 22d, 184S. 4; Cm
THE Suscribcrhavin"lca.ed thc first store
south end of the Bridgc, is now rccciving a
Complete Assortment of
Groceries, West Sndia
Of thc bcst nuality, whieh he will bc hap-
py to furnibh his friends for cash or ready pay,
As can be bought in tho place. IIc has also
fltted up a spacious
Whieh will be abundantly supplied with rc-
frcshments at all t'mes.
IIENRY L. SHELDON.
Middlebury. May 22, 184S. 4 tf;
AT THE WDAKF
P, W. COLLINS.
Fancv and Staplc Drv Goods, GKOCERIES
BOOTS and SHOES, FISH.nll kinds, FLOLTl
.SAIiT, IROX, KAII.S. S1M-.KL, llUltbh
SHOES, I'AIXTS, OIL &. DYE.STUFFS,
'JjAS IEK, l'OHK, CEJIKM-, TAK, I'li C'll,
OAKUM, BLOSSBURGE, NEW CASTLE,
and other kinds of COAL, Carrot and Sugar
Bcct Sccd, Woodcn-Warc, Hats & Caps, and
most kinds of Goods to bc found in nny Storc in
this part of thc world. Possessing snpcrior ad
vnntagcs hc will oflcr cxtraordinary induccmcnts
to purchascrs. Sj- Country producc wanted in
Vergennes, May IGth, 1848. 3
Thc Iargest stock ve'jRud from 8 cts npwards
New pattcrns now opcning
ny jritArt;ia t buj.
Lnd stai they Come ! !
Morc of those
Selling so low, that it isabout giving thcm away,
constantly arriving atXo. 1, Telccraph Row;
XA A Vlo 4;
Middlebury, Jfay 22, 1 848.
RUTLAND & BURLINGTON
Two assessments of five dollars each have licn
odcred bv tho Dircctors on each sharc oflhe capi-
il stock ot tnc ituuanu uuu uunmgion itauroau
mt'anv: onc made payable on thc 26th dav of
June, and thc othcr on thc tcnth day of July
Favmcnts may be made tothcBanks or Bur
lington, Vergennes, Middlebury, Black River, or
ISeuows run , iuuiu ncsuirc naiiK, ivecnc,
IL, to H. O. Pcrkens, atthe Rail Road offiec,Rut
Iand, Edward Pickcring Estf, No. 60 State Street,
Boston, or to thc Treasurer at hisoflicc in Jlid
dlcburv. S.UIUEL SWIFT, Trcasnrcr.
May 17th. 1818. 40w;
LOO'O 6HEEHS I
Her Gommerce greatly enlarged her Trade very
extensive, Large Stocks and fine assorlments af-
ford rare facilities to purchascrs. SupnortCtr as shc b
by an area of 30,000 acrcs, rich n rr:i! ,1pm V
may well boast of hcr location, cntcrpris.-. and fttturc
grcatncss ! ! At thc
aasiss asisa ssdsis
,v v. v
GOOD BARGAIXS CONTINUE TO BE GIVET
turdty!2 Rubicon U p;,Esed- Lcl ,Iie PubIic nail Ihcmselvt s of the oppor
Large and tapid sale, Tor cash enable us to scll at astohishin- low
priccs. Come onc nnd all. Rieh and Poor. buy and judge for voarTel.w.
Wcrest the merits of thc case on your good sense. Comc "in scason.
uoods go oit 111 wnggon Londs,
Think ofii, A ftfAN DR
and a half, and hu better Half for
Vergennes, June 10, 1S48,
Ythi Gro dc Rhine, Drcss and Mantilla
' u Silks.
50 picccs Linen. Frcnch, Scotcli and Amcrican
-Molia.rs, j.iwn', mo-ic colonal,
t . . .
Blark and Blne Black Alpacra, Bomliazinc.
Silk Lacc, Gimps aud friiigcs for triinuiing
3 1-2 Blcachcd and Brown Shcctincs of cxtra
qualitv. and cottons of cvcrvdcscriplion mav
hc found at XASH &GOODKICH. "
20,000 Pieces of Crockery
Embraciug cboicet styles of Emliosscd China,
Flowing Bluc, Li"ht liluc, 'White Granitu and
100 Splendid Mirrors,
of all sizcs, are now opeu for cxbihition in our
and wc wculd say to all who may
WISII TO GET MAKKIEI),
or to thosc who have bccn thus fortunnte and arc
in necd of Crockery, that nothingof thc kindcan
hc found in the Va'llcv of Lake Cluninlain, that
will comparc with our Splcudid
rockcr) ana ittuTor
A trocu assorimcni oi liani warc ai ine same
iow pnccs as iierctoiorc, is now nr reaiunen nir
NASH &. GOODKICII S.
r- A choicc assortment, of cvcry ilocriptian mav
bc found at thc OXE PRICE SrtJltE, where.
lcl U be remanbard a large pcr centagc has bccn
savcd thc jiurchascr since the npciiing of Ihc Onc
priccd Store of KASH & (iOODRlCH.
.June lst, 1S4S. 5
8 4 8
Is now lillcd with .1 well selccted assortment of
and O ! what a f.illing ofT, is thcre mv country -
men! Xothing has occurre.l since thc 11o&
wbich comparcs in thc Icnst with thc astonihiii:r
reiiuciion 111 111c pnceui uoous : no: a:i ycpco-
ihc, wiiiii iuui 11.U1M : fcuu l:iiiii iiiiiii"h iro
forth ! J-ct it lc sprcnil abroatl tlironrhuut thc
vast cxtent of this srrcat countrv ! Lct thcl'arm-1
er lcavc h'13 plongb iu thc fnrrow ! tho Mcchanic 1
his tools on thc work Iiench! thc Doctor his nos-
trums in Ihc nill-bairs ! tiic Lawvcr his books ou
tlie uiiity siiclvcs! tnc .unwcn 111c yam on thc
kpinninc-whccl, and onc and all, f.ir and ncar.
youn anil old. fricnd and foc, rich and jioor.Jcw
and Gcntilc, saint and sinncr makc one
Whcrc you can ijuv Finc Ginghsais from 1 j to
ltwns 20 to 23.
Barascs 2.1 to 82,
Muslin de Lancs 12 1-2 to .r0,
Calicoos 4 to 1G,
53,00 Broail Cloths for S2.0O,
52,00 Cassimcrcs for Sl,25,
Alapaccas 20 to T3 ct,
Caqicts, 30c to $1,00,
Shawk at any pricc,
Good Sugar for 6c,
Coflcc 8 to 10,
Tcas from 12 l-2c to rcspcctable priccs.
And all other articlcs in proportion. InfactJ
many articlcs 1 liavc licretoiorc tom 1 now give
away. J Iih rtcclaration will ine ucnicii oy many
compctitor', but, painfal as it may scem, gcntlc
mcn, yon nmst facc the music I thcrcfoie plcdge
mvself toscll goods as rhcapasanyestablishnient
this sidc of Mcxico Ihe u Ctietn
ijennes not ercqiled. I challcnjjc thcm, one and all. j
to a comiwrison of priccs. Sorae I't'iJc love to
roam, but thcy seck 110 fartber altcr looking at
sroods and oI)tainin!r priccs of thcir sKcnr,
. - -iir o lonvcnv
DIKE k RIDER j
At Frost's Landing, Bridport, are now
receiving tneir ciirins uoous. wlncli iiicy 1
nriie the public to call nnd eximme, qual-1
ty anil prices. Our Goods will be sold at-'
as lowrnte for Cash as ran be bonght on 1
the Lakeshorc no rnistake-
STORING &. FORWARDING
promptly altended to nt all time?. 3
DIKE .J- RIDER have Icascd the
WHARF, & FERRY
formerlv occupied bv J. Frost, for a term of five
years. "Thcir intention is to attcnd promptly to
all property consigncd to thcir carc.
No- Trust after thc 2d of Mav.
2d of Mav. Old acrniints
must bc paid soon.
ccivcd m payment.
Most kimis of prodnccfe -
All goods wilf be sold low
for cash or reat!y pai .
52 tf. S
Loads. But nneiv supply rereived to-day.
IESSED UP.FULL SUlT.for two Dt
onohall the mency !! "
STATE OK VEILAIOX T, )
District of Addison, s. (
. P,e i'7.'"""''-,"JhatataI'rol.atcC.iurS
hcl, at Middlebury, mnml for tbe Disirict of
Addison on the Clh dny ofJutie. A. D. lslS
Kent rifjht admiiiislratoroftho tstate of
late of Shorehniu. in said Disincr u'cerascd,
presenis bis ndniiiii.slralioiiaccouiit for hIIhiv
ance : It is Ihcreiinon nrilcreil I... fl..
: !''ai s.iid accuunt bs cousidcrcti lor allowance
j at the sesion ol this Courl to be b ld ;tt ihe
. ollire oflhe Resister nf said Coiin in sniil
.ili.lolchmy. on TlmrscUv the dli d,iV of Ju-
j 'v:i, .11 mie o ciock Iii Ine oll-tn,.rn ..t,.l
, ,i. ., notice ihernnf I,- ; ..m ... . .
tcresled. that lliey iimt .ippearaiidmake lln-.r
olijcclions.if any ihcy may have m tlieiil!,,w
nncc ol Kiid accoum, bv juihlishing a ri rlificif
copy oflhis order in thc Middlcbur (;.,.,Xy
a neivsp.iperpriiiicd in s.iid Alidtilcbur
tbree ivccks .MirrcssiVrly prtvioua lo ihB
iiiiic ui s.nu uuurt.
Jnl. S. ItutfmtQ, fi'zisters
olRecord, 7 ;lw;
frd. S. Baih.nrll, R'czistcr.
A trnc copy
STATE OF VKIJMOXT
i)itrict of Aildion. ss.
Be it remcinliereil. tliat :it :i l'mt.dt- r-... t.i.t'
at Middlebury, in and for the District ot AiMu'on,
ou IJie Cth day of June. A ). lS-lS
Kent Vn':lit ntninisirntor oflhe esiateof
lalcofShorrhaiii, iti snid Dislrirt, dcrcascd
prcscnis his adiuinisinition acrotmr f-r al
lowancc It is tliereupon ordercd, ilmt faid
nccotmi hc cnnsidi'red for nllmvnncc. at tbu
scssion oflhisCourttohe held nt tlie office
, oi inc lrgis!cr ol tlns Ctnirt in caid MmI-
dlebury, on Tluirsdjy, thc (ilh dav ol July
j next, at oncoVIork iu thc afteriioon . and
, thiit snid adminislralor ciinse nouce thcreot
j to be given to all persnns ir.!erejl-d il t
I tiicy may appear aml n.a!.e thrirobjcrii,
ifuny they niay have. to ihe allowniire rn'iA
iccouni nv imulisnni" a ririifTeil m.. ni'ii .0
lecomit by pnblishing a cerlified coj
order itl llie Midillehnrv fi:il,.v..
- , --.... 1.1 , i4 t.lVliC
pcr prinied al eaid Midilleburv ibre..
surrcsivily, prcvious lo ihc timc ol satd.
Jl S. Bz,hn,il. li, ..'.t
A trnc copy of rtcconr.
Attcst, .. K Ihislmili. .'.; 'r
A I his old stnnd. ncar tlie bridgc. is new rc
ccmiig, a morc than ordinary quautiiv aud iiii 1
ity of '
andche" 'arke, h1
1 r ftrt.n ,- rnji
WWJT2J &t'Jj iS&Zt'QSQQ
f this scction of thc countrv. lnt -,n t.
nujusi au eiaun-i aml liemsnib ot'nil
1 i"ainst the estate of
: fiKOKfiL II. SUJIVFR
, late ol Hn-tol, 111 Maid Distnet, d-. ea--T za,t
also all elauns and demambi exlrilmetr in olTscr
thereto : And i.x inuntlw from thc jih d.-tv ot"
jJuno, 1SI8, being allowed by snid Court 'lor
...... t . l.h n-,UIC iicreov give n-
tn-o that we will attend to thc biwue.-u of our
viiii appoinliiient, nt the duelling houe of
idow Anne Sumner in Bristol, 011 Ihe see
ond Salunlny ol'.fulv. 1S4S. ml r,rf m...i
I iu December, rolIow'iR;, fn,m nine o'. Id- k 1.
M. until iour o'clock I. M. 011 eaeh or said
Amos Kdde, )
Amos K. Ilassc'line '
Jesse B. Fnrr.
OiTOiSiTiOA TO MUWOLl.
FIRST ARRIFAL OF
Is now rccciving a largc and extcusiic stockof
Staplc and Fancy
g whieh may be found B
0:11 . ."" "'.c,'
" tl oniksiiiiii uiunoii. Ariineinb w
Rouchy, also a grcat virricty of Dres
uomls tor Iail jes, rijr ;
Splendid Ginghams from 12 1-2 toSJcN
y Baragc! & MiMlins 12 1-2 to 23
I.own aml .ifu.slins very chcap'.
Kiirni'ure Prints and Calicoes t'rom 4 to
12 1-2 cts, and a great lot of Para-ol.-r
iruiii icc 10 jji,wtr, iieaclred and Browir
Cottons astoiiishinglr eh'e.p',
Broad Cloths, Cassinicre.i. Sntinctts &e
Ajso lOOO ydjSninmerStufrs from Ttr
2j cts Bed 1 ick aud Drillingsfrom St
Groceries, Crockery, GlaM and H"nr,rware
toml Brown Sugar fnim 3 to C i-Ict,
O001I 42 ccnt Tea fur 25 cts Drngs aml
Mediciiiex. Liiirecd Orf for 65cents per
gallon, Wfiile Leail, very cheap. n (.
hnils. Window GI.iss, Putty. N'ail Horfa
mil Waggon Tirc. 4 cts per lb.
Together with a iargc a.-sorlmeot ofoth
cr G001N iot nccessary to nientimr. AJ1 of
whieh will be sold cauil'v cheait il.n,
mentioned. for Cnsh.nnd at a vorv smali
!"'0''1 aborn for Producc or short nppr jvh
crcdit. Thc Public are rcpeelfu.y mvt-
' teil tn call, evninino ,md tiiirch-ie
cv Haven, Mav, ISH.
V Ji, the suberibers, In-ing .ippined' by
thc 1 rokite ( otirt lor ilit? District rfXew II.i
len, Comniissioiiers". to ree.ii .....r