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T minht possibly answer in ihe
Tr n a t v c 1 now tvish to ask them one
Soccollcct Cass and you were
liced nvo ls it uot a smart-idea to nflra
insle a man for President with "TEKEL"
"tamped on l.iro, and thcn expecl he -will
TC And'now onc vrord to my fnends the
Whiffs ofMO, andl close. Can you
swallow your words that you tlien uttcred
astruths! Wiil vou apply the galvanic
j.iitrrv to resu?oitate the man you and 1
buried in 1810? Will you burn the bal-
ads that checred us on to victory ? AI
low me to repcat the stanza :
Thc tip'es are bad and want curing,
Thcy arc getting past all end-ring,
So Icl's turn out Martin Van Buren,
And put in old Tippccanoe.
n. vn.i nlpnsp mv fnends, but re-
meruber that I nevcr did, nor never will,
give Mattv my vote, and recollect my
words, if any of you do give this corrupt
man vour vote. you will some oay oe sor
ry you did so. He is owned by a faction
of the Locofoco party, and let ihem bury
their own dead.
But I hear many of you saying ''we go
for principles not men." You give it up
then, that he is a bad man 1 Let us ex
ainiiie lus principles. Is it not lus prm
cioles which have made him a bad man ?
You all know thev are the worst kind of
Southern principles, and that Virginia
gave him her vote in '40, whilst New
York, in which hclived, gave hcr vote for
Tavlor has one principle, but it is neg-
ative Cass' principle is a gull the South,
and keep hitnsclf in office, and appears
much afraid of noise- "Van is a used up
man." We have examined his principles
and found them Soutiern. His present
principle is to dcfcat Cass and take him
alon" to hadcs, and a better malcicd tcam
will never be found this side ofthatplace.
1 close by ask'mg all to remember that all
Northern Whigs, and nearly all Northern
Dsmocrals are as much npposed to the
cxtension of Slavery. in terrilory now free,
ss the party who claim to be thc exclusive
discoverers of this wonderful "One-Idea"
principle. I- KELLEY.
After Mr. Van Buren lost the nomina-
tion of the Baltimore convention in 1S-14,
and Polk and Dallas were selected to "cx
icnd thc area of frcedo.n." hc was invited
to go down to Tammany Hall and attend
a ratification meeting iu othcr words,
li mce over his own grave. In a letter,
thted Lir.dcnwald, June 3, 1814, he rc
"I have kuown Messr?. Polk and Dal
hs I0112 and imhnately. ("oiiciirring with
iliem in the inain. in the pohtical princi
ples hy which their public lives have been
latherto distinguished, l am sitictrcly dc
siroits of their success."
Whcn Gpii. Tavlor coniniandod the ar-
p.:t i:i Florida he found ainong his priso-
nar a numbcr blacks who were claim-
rlas sl.ives. Thes- Mr. Van Buren or
d rp.d to be ilelivcretl ovcr to their former
mvnors. Gcii. Tavlor replied as follows :
"I caiinot for a monieni consent ti
nicddle in this Iraiisnctinn, or to be con
c. rn?d. for the bcneiit of Mr. CoIIins, the
OceU Imliaus or any onc el.se; or to in-tf-ner-
in auy wiy betwecn the Indians
md their ncijroes, which may have a teu
ritncy to deprit c the fnrnier of their prc-p
rrlv.nnd redticc the fornier frorn acompar
atne state of frcedom tothat oftlatery."
Ges. H.vuiasoN and Martix Vak 1!u
m.s. 'I'o llioe VHiis wlio lought so nohly
iu I81C-, ibr the e'eition cf the old rarracr
I'rciidi'ut of Xorth Bund, and against Murtin
Vjn Huicn, and who now ropofe lonfidcnce
;r tho prosont prctciinns of Jlr. Van Buren,
n;iJ are wiliinj; to ovorlook the enonnities of
his past lifo to all sueh we comracnd thc fol
lowinp from Gcn. Harrion, addressed, Maj
L'3. LS10, to the Whig lnembcrs of the New
York Leislaturc :
" A hitter gnaranty for the conduct of a
.-liief mnistrate may be fonud in his charac
ter, nrA tlie course of his former life, than in
--Iffi's and oiiinions civcu ilurini: the pt'.n-
v of a dou'utful contest." Clevelaml Hcr-
At the public meeting in CharIcston,(S. C-)
on Saturday cvening, 19th instant, Senators
l'.utler and Calhoun were present, and aftcr
otliars had spokcn, tho Courier thus continues
its noiice of thc meeting :
Tlie llon. John C. Calhoun then came for
ward, and was grccted with such an outbursl
of enthusiasin by tho larje asenlblage as he
nlono can command. AYhen the eheering and
waving of handkerchiefs and hats had ceased,
Mr. Calhoun addressed the audience. IIc
fpoke of the continucd agitalion of the slavc
question, and traced its course from its incipi
eney up to the present lime. 1 he result, he
must confess, did not surprise him, because it
Lad in some measure been anticipatcd by him.
He canvassed the meritsofboth Cass and Tav
lor in connexion with thc Presidency and the
slavc question. IIc cxpressed no preference
f jr cither, but remained neutral, believing thc
''residential elcction oi little lmportance wlicn
compared with the great issue that was before
the Southern pecple, which he hoped would
shortiy conccntrate the whole South on the
quc'tien as to the prescrvation of their right;
as slaveholders. He believed it was the duty
of the State to east her vote. The State, he
pcrceived, had gone into the contest; party
lines had already been drawn. He would
counscl those engaged in the canvass to be
aoderato, and not to cntertheeontest with ex
cited feelings, or do any act that would pre
vput them from uniting, aftcr the election was
over, to meet a question which he deemed par
r.mount, to President making. After some re
r rks in relation to the nomineesof theBufla
lo Convention, and the sland the slaveholding
States mir'ht eventually be driven to take, he
taid the South had nothing to fear from the
result; and that, if made in his day, he would
be found prenared to play his part in the dra
ma. SOUND AND PATRIOTIC SENTI
MEXT. Upon the occasion of a political meeting at
Raleigh, the seat of government of the State
of North Carolina, Mr. Senator Badger, who
is " resident of that beautiful little city, was
cal'.ed out by his fellow-citizens, and delivered
a .--ooech of m-fat interest and oower on tlie
gPeatNational issues involved in the pending
Iresidcntial election. In the course of his
Fpeech he paid a glowing andfeehng tnbute fied 'fhc skies were not about to fall, so that
totae integrity, ability, and worth of Gen. ,.we could c&tch larkSi lt was idle to talk a
acharyTaylsr. He deemed the trae pivot th-ird candidates. We had enough of
upon whieh the ensumg election ought to and . t'nat jn 44 Evcry vote given for Bimey, in
mtut turn to be the questiou of the unlimited eiection, w half 1 -vote for Polk and the
excrciscof thc Veto nowcr.
If, ho said, voufaIa.ne-'5ationofTexas- And
spartments ol'the I ? 'Jrhj Whigs, for Van .
wouta uave tuo Lcirislative depa
couutry nicre cbambers for remsterinfr the c-
diuts-ofa corrupt Exccutive, Yote for the nd
voeate of such a thoory, Lewis Cass. But if
you would see the will of the peoplo expre;s
cd and pcrfccted through tbeirproper liepre
scntativcs if you would preserve your repub
lican lbnn of govcrnuicnt in reality as wcll as
nanic, vote for that man wfco will sacriGcc his
own privato partiahties of opinion to the open
dcclarations of tho popularwill. Slr. Baiigcr
concluded his rcmarks by an eloquent.earnest,
and stlrrin; appeal to his AVLij; brethren to
oriraiiize and work to manifest their atlael
ment to their noble standard-bearer, tho pal-
Iant l a 'or, by a majonty cqual to that by
which t' -'v the People of North Carolina" de-
l'i.uuu ino aiicLiiuu ior iiarry 01 mc v esu
Van Bohek and Polk. JoLn Van Buren,
in his spceeh at Gencsee, Livinjjston couniy,
(N. Y.) on the 20th of June, said of his fa
thcr, that he cordially snpporled the nomina-
twn of 1'olk and Daixas. Jo eyorl icoa
spared by him to sccure the success of Mr. Poll;
and no complaint has been heard from him in
regara to Mr. Jfolks administratwn: Ihis
(the father) is tlie centleman whom certain
pretended Whins (Bolters) ara coinK to
vole for as President of the United States.
Tiik Onio RcsEr.VE. The Whicsof Jef-
ferson, in the Ohio Reservc, held an cnthusi
astic meetin" on the 17th instant, and adoptcd
a series of strong resolutions in favor of Tav
lor and Fillmorc. Thc followinf; resolution,
tondomning the courso which has been taken
by Mr. Giddings, was also adopted :
" Ilesolved, That we have full confidenco in
the principles and in the leading statcsmen of
the Whijr party, anu that weaisapprove otthe
course pursued by the llon. J. R. Giddinjs in
ilenouncing that party,and sceking to promoto
Quckv. If Martin Van Burcn could not
carry the btate otiScw lork in 1840,i.upport-
cd by lue wiioio uemocraiic party, now-is it
no5sible for him to carry that State in 1848,
supportcd only by a faction of that party ?
The iNFLur.NCE of Mn. Crittendiin's
PnnsENCE. The Frantcfort (Ky.) Common-
wcallh says :
Prior to the laie elcction, Jlr. Cnttenden
was able to visit but 3G of the lOO.counties of
ihe State. His gain in the 9G counties heard
from is 3.8S0, of which 3.3C8 wcrc gained in
thc counties in which uc adurcssed his lellow-
BENJAMIN F. BUTLER. R.EMOVED
The Conrirr and Enquirer says Benja
rnin F. Butlcr has been removed from the
oflice of District Attorney, and John Mc
The Whig Convention of Pennsylvania
have noininatcd Wm. F. Johnson the
present incumbent as their candidate for
Hon. Jamcs Coopcr withdrew hisname
in a letter to the Convention.
From the Boslon Atlas.
GREAT WHIG MEETING
Daniel Webster for General
Agrceably to notice givcn.a Whig meet
ing was held yesterday afternoon, al
Marshneld, on a piece of laod belonging
to Mr. Webster, near the old Gov. Wins
low housc. At the place where the
speaking wns to be. a stac was erected,
suitable to acconiodate some forty or fifty
Larly in the afternoon, carriages were
seen, hlled with men and women, bend-
ing their way from all quarters to the place
assigued for the meeting. At three o'
clock, thc time appointed for the orator
to speak,) therc were from on.j thousand
to fifteeii bundred people present. Althe
appointed time. Mr. Webster, acconipa
nied bv llon. Hiram Ketciiam, of N. Y.,
Hon. Gcnr.BC Asiimun. of Springfiold,
llon. Artemas Hale, of Bridgewater,
and several others, whom we did not
know, appeared upon the stand, and were
most hcartily welcomed by the people.
Mr. Webster soon after commenced
making his speech, a verbatim report of
which wc shall publish on Monday. He
spoke about an hour an a half in a man
ner truly Websterian. We never heard
him whcn he was more interesting, or
wlicn he appeared to ferl more fully the
importance of the qucstions now at issue
before the people of the Union. His
speech was devoted exclusively tothe con
sidcration of the Presidential question.
IIc avowed hitnself fully and unequiios
cally in favor of clecting General Taylor.
IIc said he believed him to be an hon
est man one whose conduct had ever
been marked by hieli principles. Hesaid
he was a man of little pretensicn a
modest, unassuming man. He had been
made a candidate for the Presidency, a
year before the Philadelphia Convention
mct. He w.as fairly nominated at that
Convention. He believed him to be a
true Wmc. Our opponents said Gene
ral Taylor was a Whig.and they tried to
disgrace him and the other Whig Gene
ral, Scott, for it, by putting a Democralic
civilian in command over them.
He did not' believe that the slavery
question had any thing to do with his
nomination. The convention believed
him to be a Whig; they thought him to
be the man who would, uuder cxisting
circumstances, be the easiest to elect, and
therefore they nominated him. Mr. Web
ster spoke in this strain for some time,
vindicating the Whigs of the convention,
and speaking highly of the character of
General Taylor. He denied the correct
ness of that part of the Bufifalo "platform,"
which said that the nomination of Gene
ral Taylor was induced by a desire on the
part of the Whigs to extend Slave Terri
lory. Nor were tlie Whigs of the South
to be held accountablefor the nomination,
nhether it be good or bad. The free
States had some sixty majority in that con
vention, and could have nominated whom
soever they pleased.
Mr. Webster then went on to say, that in
his judgment the question of who shall be our
next President lay betwcen General Cass and
General Taylor. Une oj them tciu be elected.
-Vho then should Wbigs vote for? We all
coul(5 nnt t.e our nertonal preferences erati-
And cverv vote aiven
Buren or anv other
third candidate, tcas practically half a vote for
iass. iie naa warneu me people against this
third party folly in '44, and he would aain
warn them 01 its consequences.
He spoke of the Bufl'alo platform. He said
what therc was good in it, was whatthc Whigs
had always advocated, and Van Burcn nnd
lus tncnds always had goce against, and what
there was new m it was unsound. He had no
conudcnce 111 Van Burcn. If he was to ev-
prcfs confidenco in Mr Van Buren's "Free
j Soil Pnnciples, it would appcar ludicrous; for
110 nau opposeit everv tnmn that loofced likc
jree sou au lus iiic ; and Ue had no doubt, from
thc knowledse he had oftheinan. that were
they together. Van Burcn would laugh iu hit
tacc whcn the "free sou question was namcd
anu were we aionc, saiu jir. WcDster, we
should probably both laugh at the folly that
had made Mr. Van Buren an Anti-Slavery
canuiuatc ior i'resiuent.
llr. wcosicr tnen went on, al some
length. 10 t how up Mr. Van Buren's con
duct. He had always been the supple tool
of the South, and the aider and abettor of
slaverv. He did more, said Mr. Webster,
to deleat John Ctuincy Adaras, and elect
General Jackson, than any fen men in the
country. Hc was tlie soul and cenlre of thc
oppoEitiou to Mr. AdamF. Ho ppoke of his
conduct while becretary 01 btaie ; bis oppo
sition to slave nboliiion in Cuba. Hc was the
only President who ever, in advance, threai-
cncd 10 veto a uill, il Contrrcfs should pass
such an one, to abolish elavery in the Dis
tnct 01 uolumhia. He referrcd to lus east
ing vote to rifle ihe mails of nntNsIaverv pa
peM. He said tnat no one ever exercised a
more comrollmg mtluence over his Inenus
than Van Buren; and hie friends allwent
He was, and so were his friends, in favor
of anncxing Tcxas. Southern. Whigs, in
tjolh houses of Consrrcsa, votcd amnst ndmit-
ting Texns into the Union. The Van Buren
men, those who now, for purposes of privatc
pique or reveugc, cry out 'Free Isoil," were
thc very men who were ihe most vociferous
Ior Texae. Mr. Webster had no confidcnec
it any of'ihem. Tnlk about "dough faces,"
why said Mr. Webster, the Van Burcn men
in Consress had not only dou"h faces, but
ncy nau aougn ncarts and dougn souis.
J iet vere all doush." He said that there
were gcntleuinn, Whigs, at the Bullalo Con
vention, whom he respected highly, but he
thought it would have been prop'er, before
they had iaken up Van Burcn. to have re-
quired o him "fruiis meet for rcpcnlance."
ue men procecdcd to sneak ofUass. He
held him to be the most dan!erous man that
could have been put in nomination. Hc was
tnc warenibodiment. He was opposed tothe
Trealy of WashiniTion.Ile was Ior the whole
of Oregon, and the mattcr would never have
had his way. He was for coulinuine Ihe
Metican war, and he couIJ have stopped it
any momenl he chose to. He is ail war.
xow, said Jlr. cbstcr. we are to cliooso be
twcen aman like Cassaiul onc like Gcn. Taylor.
One or the othcr is to be elected, and no onc clse.
It is Taylor or Cass. Gcn. Taylor has been fair
ly nominated by a Whig Convention. Hc is a
wiiijr. "lt 1 believed lum, (said Jlr. W-l to bc
in favor of war, orof extcndinir slavery. I should
have opposed his .election. 1 believe him to
r.E i.v favor of NE1THER. Iliat is my opin
Mr. Webster procecded to speakon variouston-
ics connectcd with tlie Presidency, but to which
wenave ncitncrtimenorioom to rcler to-uay. lle
concluded in an cloquent pcroration.
BRIGHTON CATTLE MARKET.
Tiiuksday, Aug. 3It 184S.
Rcpoi tcd for thc Travcller.
At market, 830 Beef Cattlo, 900 Storcs. 10
pairs Working Oxen, 40 Cows and Calves,
juuu .Miccp and L.ambs, 800 Swine.
Pkicks Beef Cattlc $6,50, 6, 5,50.
Working Oxen No Sales noliced.
Slores 2ycarsoId, 1G tol8;3 ycars old,
20 to 23.
Cows and CalvcsS 2S, 29, 30, 34, 40.
Shcep and Lamhs $1,25, 1,37, 1,50; old
Mif. F. Kilder of Bolton 3Ias' saTs tbat tho has no
rempdy 0:1 hcr fehclTes nhich teenis 10 mcct the wauta of
lier clomtTs so conipieieiy as lnc urrat Amencau liem.
eily, Vauhns Vcetable Lithontriptic Alixturc
Thi famous arliclp ha attracteu tho uotice of the 'Buf
falo Mcilical Journal," and one of the contributom to that
ork wcini to thiuk the Lejiilature of tho State of New
York onsht to buy the sccret. The faculty are enra?ed be
cause tiiey Know uot its compound, and haelntimated that
lt thould bo phen tothe public "nro bono publico." So
it may after fortunes have been made with it, and till then
let all who sufTer from t-icknew of any kind, eall upon the
Asent whoe names are tindcr tho advertisements in our
column and sct a pamphlet.
W. r. Ruscel, Agcnt.
AMIEMAKI.n COUXTY, Va, Jlarch 21 1817.
Mr. Seth V. I'onle, DearSir: I take plcasMre in sta
lint to you my experiencc tn the usc of Wistar's Balsam of
Wlld Cherrj. 1 own a very valuable nc?ro girl who was
attacked witli adiniculty of the luns, which brou;ht her
in npiiearancc to the brink of thc rrac. I consulted some
f our beft phybician, who pronounccd her ca.e incura
Tilp, or that they could do no more for hcr. 1 tried many
remcdies but noncdid any rood. I snw some acrount of
Vistars Ualsam and thou?ht 1 would try it, but had little
faithinit. I procured a bottle, which was adminutcrcd
accordin to dircction, and 1 saw sbc bcan to mcnd ; and
before the first bottle was pouc ehe wa up. I procured a
tccond und rhc took that, and now she is, I think, cnred or
nearly fo. She attends to her daily labor, and I hcar no
cjmplaints from her. R. I JEFFEIISOX.
W. 1. Russel, AenL
At Rutland, onthel7lh inst, of cronp, Da
vid Holden", son of Jonathan C, and Mary
Thrall, aged 5 years.
In Addison, Aug. 2Sth, Mrs.BETsr.Y Hay
WARD, wifu of Joseph Hayward, Esq., and
daughter of Benjamin iMiner, Esq., of Brid
port, aged 50 years.
On board whaling barqtie, Superior, of New
London, June 15th, of small pox, J. T. Bruce,
of Peru, Vt.
Pcrsons indebted to me, are informcd, that
I shall be ready to settle with them, until tho
lst of Octobcr next ; aftcr that date they will
find their acconnts in the hands of lawyers.
- EDWARD WAINWRIGHT.
Middlebury, Sept. 1 1848 19:tf
Strayed from the inclosure ol the subscri
ber, about ihe middleofJunc last, a lisht
red three years old Steer. Whoever will re
turn said Steer or ive information where he
nay belound, shall be suilably rewarded.
JULIUS A. W1LCOX.
Bridport, Aug. 21st, 1848. 19:3
We, iho snbscrihers, beinc appointed by
tho Probale Court for ihe District o! Addi
son, Commissioners, to receive, cxamino and
adjust all claims and demandsof all persons,
ao-ainst the cstate of
laie of Bridport, in said District, deceased,
and alfo all claims and demands exhibitcd in
offset thereto ; And 6 months from the 12th
dayof August, being "llowed by 6aid Court
for that purpose, we do therefore hereby
give notice that we will attcnd to the busi
ness of our said appninlment, at the Inte
dwclling house of the said Luther in Brid
port, on the 5th days cf October & February
next, from nine o'clock. A. M. unlil four o'
clock, P. M., on ear.h of taid days.
C. SOLACE, ) Commis
N. S. BENN1TT, $sioners.
Dated at Bridport, this lst dayof Sepl.
1818. 19 ; 3w.
Received 120 Brass Clocks. a superior arti-
cle; and lor sale at very low prieest
c. Bt-uiv v I i il.
W. S. JOHNSON takcs plcasure in annonn-
v-iug io me lovers oi uoou iea, that he has re
ceived the agcncy for the sale of the
CH1NA TEA COMPANY'S TEAS,
in the Town of Middlebury and vicinity. and he
is now rcceivins Fresh Tcas from the Comnanv
which will dcfy compctition in qualityand prices.
nuci iij son DKiu xca, uuw som ior Xlcta.
75ct " ' " 40cts.
"5ct Young Hyson K 40cts.
40ct Bhck " 25cts.
"5ct " u . 40ct3.
Thc rhoicest Brands of Black Tca constantly
on hand. The above priccs are the wholcsale pri
ces of the Company cach packago is marked hy
the Companv andsoldat their price fnr CASH,
by W. S. JOHNSON,
Agcnf for China Tca Co.
Middlebnrr, Sept lst, 1848. 19;
The Subscribers have taken the Store for
merly occupied by A. Chopman fr Son, and
areopeninga choiee lot ot'Dry Goods, and
Ready Made Clothing, evcry article new
and fresh, and bought at the present
Eztreme low Prices,
and arc ofTered for sale at prices below any
old goods, at other stores in thi vicinity. All
who wish to buy goods at a small advance from
cosj, for ready pay, are invitedjo call and ex
amine for" thcmselves, before buying elsc
WAINWRIGHT & CHAPMAN.
ii. b. cuapman.
Middlebury Sept. 4, 1848.
To Traders and Families
WHO BUY THEIR
SHAWLS, SILK GOODS,
I.V TIIK 7
JEWETT k PRESCOTT,
(First Store bclow the OM South Chureh.')
Have recened, since the first of August, ON'E
SHAWLS k CLOAK MATERIALS.
which embraceavarietyof XEWSTYI, unsurpnsscd by
any as-ortucnt ever olfercd in the United State.
ltr 1 rora tBM ineoniparabla Slock of CIIOICnsII.K
GOODS, SHAWI, &c, Purchascrs can select AKr
QITANTITV, from a SINGLE Siiawl or Dbess Pattebx to
a WIIOLE l'ACKACE or C'ASE. as their uill ma- Ar,-,,.
andalwaj-satraiCES below tiie keacii of coairETt-
Vc arc ako rcccivinj, by evcry arrival, largo quanUtics
Long and Square Shawls.
BL'K, BLUE BL'K, AND FANCY COL'D
DHESS SILKS AND SATINS,
tor siiawi, &c
Visiles and Visite Silts, Bomlazines,
Lyonese Cloths, Alpaccas, fcc.
of superior quaUtics, and all thcae Goods are in widths,
sizes, and qualitic pcculiar to our Good.., and diBcrcut
from thote at othcr eataMi&hincnts.
J. &.V. also claim uie credit of producinj a very large
proportion of the
SILK GOODS, SILVWLS,
lonsum-cl in New Knjland, and this circumotance olone
suhttantiatej the importmce of BUVINO AT IIKA1)
(lUAUTERS, and Fno.it risx hands, where the LOW-
.al l'KIL.s canalHaysbcsecurcat,
WHOLESALE 0R RETAIL,
JEWETT &, PRESCOTT,
(A few tep from 'Washington SO
The non-residcnt proprietors of the Town of
Granville, in the County of Addison, are hcrcbr
notificd tbat the Taxes assessed by said town,
within three years next preccdinp; thi? date, re
main, cither in wholo or in part,unpaid,on the fol
lowing describcd Iands in said town, to wit :
c 3 25
n i i
n 3. "t K.
Lots Nos. 55, "5, 74, 78, 84, 73, 71, 27, 26 and
a wedgc or block of land containing 459 acres,
and othcr wedgcs or blocks containing 256 acres
in that part of Granville formerly Atciv's Gore,
cn which are taxcs to the amonntof three dollars
and thirty-fonr ccnts, sct to Ira Stewart
And so mnch of said lands will be sold at pub
lic anction at the dwellins hoase of James M. Ash-
ley, in said Granville, on the first Thnrsdav of
Uctober next, at i ociock a. luassuau ue requi
site to discharge said taxcs with costs, unlcss pre
viouslv paid. JAMES 31. ASHLEV,
Dated at Granville, this 21st day of August, A.
1). 184S. 19; 3w.
Thc non-rcsident proprietora of the town of
Lincoln, in the Connty of Addison, are hereby
notified that thc taxes assessed by said town.with
in the two veais next preccding this date rcmain,
either in whole orin part,unpaid,on the follcwing
described lands in said town, to wit : the follow
ing described lots in the 2J division drawn to the
right of the followinf; naraed original proprietors,
viz: Lot No. 124 if John Gray, No. 118 of Wm.
Marther, No. 131 of Oliver Strong, No. 121 of
"VVilliam Sladc, No. 120 of Lcvi Taylor, on each
of which lots the tas now due is scven ccnts.
Lot No. 127 of Benjamin Fowler, tax 23 ccnt3 ;
lotNo. 93 of Henrr Hyde, tax 03 cents. Also
100 acres, part of first division, lots No. 36 and
37, being the farm now occupied by Alanson
Hatnner, taxes $6,05, assessed to Enocli Smith..
And so mnch of si& lands will besold at pub
lic anction, at the d welling house of Almon C. Al
len, in said Lincoln, on ihe first Thursday of Oc
tober next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, as shall
be requisite to discharge said taxcs with costs, un
less previously paid.
JESSE B. PARR,
Dated at Lincoln, ths lst day ef Stanbcr, A.D.
RUTLAND & BURLINGTON
Two asscEsments of five dollars cach have been
orderedbythe Directors on cach shareof thc capi
tal stock of the Rutland and Burlington Railroad
Company ; one payablc ou thc first, and the othcr
on the 15th day ot Uctooer next.
Paymcnts may be made to thc Banks of Bur
lington, Vergennes, Middlebury, Rutland, Black
Rivcr, or Bellows FalU ; to the Chcshire Bank,
Keene, N. II., to II. O. l'crkins, JCuttana, Jiuwara
Pickcring Esq, 60 Stato Street,Boston, or to the
Treasurcr at 1ns olhce in JHjdalcourv.
SAMUEL SWIFT, Treascrcr.
June 21st, 1848. 18; Gw;
II IHE nonresluents ot the town of Itipton, in
JL the County of Addison, are hereby notified
that the taxes assessed by said town within the
ycar next prcceding this date, rcmain in whole or
in part unpaid on the following described lands
in said town, to wit : No. 90, 2d division, Jona
than Bcers; No. 19, 2d div., Benjamin Deforcst;
No. C9, 2d dir., Tetcr Summcrs ; No. 106, lst div.
and No. 120,2d dir, Joseph Borroughsj No. 122,
2d dir, i. A. Bird, Uollm anu i'.lon i-vcrts ; sxo.
107, lst dir, Abram Underhill j No. 22, 2d dir,
Isaac Ilawlcy ; No. 89, 2d dir, David Eli ; No.
14,1st div. Wolcott Ilawlcy ; No. 11,1st dir,
James Ilawlcv; No. 74, Ht iliv,Joscph Hawlcy;
No. l,2d dir,"joscph Hawlev; No. 54, David Eli;
No. 75, lst dir, Daniel Hawley; No.33, lst dir.
and 28 2d dir.. Samuel Frcncii; No. 96. 2d dir
Walliston Hawley ; JS'os. 74, 76 and 79, Darid
Kingsland; No. 39 of lst dir. and 10S of 2d dir-
btcphen iMiddlcbrooks; ao. '26, utr., iiicopn
ilus Middlebrooks: No. 73. lst dir., Matthew
Hawlcy; No. 87, 2d dir, Jonathan Nichols; No.
70, 2d div, EliaUm Walker; No.40, lst dir.
Theophilus .luldlcUroot3,rope, l'cake anu llol
ler, undividcdlands; No. 95. 2d dir, Ephraim
Curtis ; No. 50. 2d dir, Isaac Lewis ; No. 94. 2d
Petcr Summcrs ; No. 46. Ist dir, Darid Somers,
Jun : No. 91. 2d dir-. Abraham Thompson.
The following arc in the charter bounds of
No 64, Stcphcn Stimpson; No. G7, Daniel Jones ;
No. 60, John C.Baldwin ; No.40,Nathaniel Gard
ner, No. 14, Gcottc Champlin: No. 41. Amos
Fuller; No. 42, George Foot. No. G7, Daniel
Joncs; No. 61, Williani Ros; No. 36, Samucl
Safiord; Jo. 20, Abcl titone; io. C9, lilkanali
Tidale; No. 65, John Wood.
The following are in thc charter bounds of Sal
isbury : lst division of Nathanicl Winslow ; south
cnd 110. Chnrlcs Evcrts ; 3d dir, Josiah Dcan.
The fullowing arc in ihe charter bounds of Mid
dlebury: 86 acres, Nonnan Boardman ; 3d dir,
Charlcs Brcwster; 4th dir, Ebcnezcr Ficld; 4th
dir, Noalt Chittenden; 3d dir, Jercmiah
Howc ; sixty acres, Jcremiah IIowc; forty
acres, John Strong ; 50 acres, the Kylcfarm;
185 acres, John Foot; 4th dir, Eben Fiehland
M. II. Wcntworth ; 100 acres, Ebcnezcr Ficld; 5
acres 4 th dir. and 100 acres 3d dir, Ebcnezcr
Field, Jr. ; 100 ncrcs, Benjamin Paris; 3d div
Elias Rccd; 3d dir, Elisha Sheldon; 3ddir,100
acres, Davnl bclicck ; 2j0 acrc?, l.lisha blichlon
and Josiah Stoddard; 3d dir Turner and Chit
tenden ; 20 acres, Norman Tuppcr; 215 acres,
uulus iainwnglit,ana i oo acres, rtoau Wauams:
and so much of said Iands will be sold at public
auction, at the dwclling liouse of A. J.Churuh, in
said Ripton, on the first Thnrsdayof October next,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, as shall be requisite
to uisctiarge saiu taxes wun costs, unless previ
II. H. IIURLBUT.Jp., lst Constable.
Dated at Ripton, this 26th darof August, A.D.
Tlie puhlicare herehy notified, that I ha-e
this day given my son Normm 11. Thomas, his
ttmc, dunng thc rcmainder of his minority,
and that I will henceforth exact nonc of his
oarnins nor pay any dehts of his contracting
atter tnis uate.
Salisbury, Sept. 2d, 1818. 19: Sw l
TIIE Conartncrship hcrctofore cxistinz be-
twecn the subscribers, nndcr Ihe flrm of FRAN-
U155 & bUr, is, by mutual consent, dissolvcd
All demands due said Firm are lo bc mid tn A
Fraucis, who is authorizcd to scttlc and adjust
uiu surac. AoA JtAAUIb,
.,. , P- P.FRANCIS.
Middlebury, Aug. 21st, 184S.
P. P. FH AITCIS,
Ilaving purchasedof Franc;9 & Son, thc balanre
orthcirstork ot Uoods ata discount from a low
casli cost, hc is cnablcd to scll the sairc at
ITery low prices.
As he is making prcparations for thc Falrtradc
and to rcplcnisli witha
he now oficrs a
Of Goods, at Y. cost.
Middlebury, Aug. 21st, 1848.
Crti Mi ( m &m
TIIE subscribers having lca?ed thc Store for
merly occupied by Ira Bingham, in Comwall,for
the term of hve j-cars, are now rccciving a largc
anu splcnuiu assortment ot
which thcy arc oficring at extrcmcly low priccs ;
DRY G O ODS
of almost evcry varicty and style.
Also Lrrocenes, Crockfiry,
Lamp Oil, Cut and
Nails, &c, &c,
Embracing crcry rariety of Goods found in a
They desire to sarto their friends and the nub
lic that they intcnd to make a permancnt stand
and do busincss on a
and on the most accommodating terms. All arc
most rcspecu"ully invited to call and cxamine be
fore purchasing elsewhcrc. as our motto is LOW
PRICES k Uli xtiSAJJY. 1'Al.
C M. LEWIS & CO.
Cornwall, Aug. 21st, 1848. 17:tf.
Boots, Shoes & Rubbers,
TVTILL sell at nTlF.ATLY REDUCED PRI-
l CE3 all kindsof Boots and Suoes by the
dozen, ot paclxtge, at his
'Entire Cash Boot & Shoe Store,1
No3-19 21 Broad and 46 &. 48 Central Strcct.
T. C. W. wonld aUo inform his old custorners,
andjill purchascrs of lsurAKDBQERSnoES,that
he has been appointed Sdling Agcnt for thelargcst
importcrs of Paka RunnEns, and fbr all the
principal manufactnrers of Patcnt Rubbers in
this countrr, making the most cxtensivo assort
ment of RUBBER SHOES to be found in any
one Store in America, all of which he is author
ised to sell for asn or credit at the lotrest mar
het prices and onlibentl terms. 182m
STATE OF VERMONTrl Be it remembcred
District of Addison, ss. 1 that at a Probate
Court held at Middlebury, in ahd'forthe District
m Auutson.on ine aistaay oi August.A. U.IH48,
ixjvina lYainwnght, namca executnx in an in
strumcnt purportiiig to be the last will and testa
ALONZO A. WAINWRIGHT,
lato of said Middlebury, deceased, presen ts thc said
instrument for probate : It is thereupon ordered,
lliat said instrnment be considercd for probate by
this Court, at Ihe scssion thcrcof to be held at the
ofiice of the Register of this Court. in said Mid
dlebury, on Thursday tho 7th day of Scptcmbcr
ncxt,at 1 o'clock in tlie afternoon, and that notice
thereof be given toall pcrsons intercsted.thnt they
may appcar and make their objectioni,if any they
may have, to the probale and allowance of said
will, br publishing a certilied copr cf this ordcr
iu the Middlebury Galaxy a newspaper prlnted
at said Middlebury three wecks sueccssi vcly prc
rious to the time of said Conrt.
Jcd. S. Bushneli, Register.
A true copyof Record.
17 Attcst, Jcd. S. Bushneli, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, J
iitstnct ot Addison, ss. J .
Be it rcmetnbered thatat a Probate Court
held at Middlebury. innnd for the District of
Addison on tlie 19th day of Aunust, A. D.
Judson Huril nnd Mercy II. Samson, ad
ministrntors of the estntc of
late of Cornwall, in said District deceased,
mrtkeapplication to this Court to have the
time hcretoforc allowedthem (ot thc paymeni
of the dehts of said deceased, extciidcd one
year Irom the cxpiration of ihe time hcreto-
lorelimited by said Court: It islherefore or
dered. hy this Cotnt, ihat saitl appltcation be
consideredat thesession ol this Court to bc
held at ihe officc ofthe Register of this Court
in said Middlebury, on Thursday. the 7th day
of Scptemher, A. D. 18-1S, atone o'clock iu
tlie afternoon ; and Ihat said admininrators
tve notice, thereofto all persons interested
that they may appearand make their ohjec
lions if any they may have, to said time, he
ingextended.bv tiublifhing n certifiud ccpv
ul this order in the Middlebury Galaxy a
newspaper printed at said Middlebury
Ihrec wccks succcssively prcvtous to the
time of said Court.
Jed. S. Bushneli, Regislir.
A true copyof Record, 7 3w;
Attest, Jed. S. Bushneli, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, )
District of Addison, ss.
Beit rcracmbercd that at a I'robate Court held
at Middlebury in and for the District of AdJUou,
on the 5th dar of Aucrnst, A. D.I84S.
Cliarles C. Pcttibone adininistrator of the es-
Iate of Bridport, insaid district, dccoased.prcscnts
Ins admimstration account forallownncc : Itis
tbcrcfjie ordcrcd, that said account bc considercd
for allowance, at thc scs sion of this Court to be
held at tlie othcc of thc licsistcr of this Court m
said Middlebury, on Thursday thc 7th day of Sej-
tcmber rext. at one o clock in thc altcmoon, anu
that said administrator causc notice tliercof to be
iven to all pcrsons intcrestcd, that thev mayap
pcar and make their objections, to thc allowance
of said account, by publishing a certilied copr of
this ordcr m the .Middlebury Ualaxr n news-
papcr printed at said Middlebury three wccks
succcssively, previous tothe time ot said i ourt
J. S. Bushneli, Register.
A true copr of Record,
16 " Attest, J. S. Bushneli, Register.
We, tho subscribers, lcing appointed bv tlie
Probate Court for the District of Addison. Com
missioners, to reccivc, cxamine and adjust all
claims and demands ol all pcrsons against tuc cs
tateof 1IARMON STRONG,
late of Whiting in said DUlrict, deceased, and al
so all claims and demands exhibitcd in offset there
to: And six months from the 12th day of July
inst. bcmg nllowcd by said Court forthat purpose.
we do thcretore hereby ctve notice tnat we wiu at
tcnd to the busiucss of our said appointnicnt, at
thc dwclhnK housc of his widow, iollv btron
in Whiting, ou the fiist Mondars of Octobcr and
January next, from 1 o clock, P. M. until lour o
clock. L . il. on cach of said davs. 1
Datcdal Whiting, this ISth day nfJuly, 1848.
We, the subscribers, being appointed by the
Probale Court for the District of Addison, Coin-
inissioccrs to reccivc, examme and atljnst all
claims and demands ol all persons against ihe
HENRY G. CONVERSE.
late of Bridport, in said District, deceased, and
also all claims and demands exhibitcd tnon.iet
thereto; And six months from the 25th dayof
Aujrust beinKallowed bysaid Court for tnat pur
pose, we do therefore hereby give notice that we
will attcnd lo ine Dusincss oi our sanl nppoini-
mcnt, at thedwelling hone ol widow t.ucinda
Conversc, in said Bridport, on the fiict Mordnys
ol uct. anu uec. next, iromninc o clock, A. AI.
until four o'closk P. AI. on each of said days.
SIMON Z. AVAL1CER. ? Commis
CIIAULES BENEDICT, jMnncm.
Dated. at Bridport, this B2J day of AiiKliyt
Entire stock of CLOTHING,
WILL BE CLOSED
Tho?o that are in want of a Cool LINEN
SACK, a Niro VEST. or TIIIN I'ANTS. or
Axr AiTicr.E in thc C'Iothinglinc,at about HALF
PRICE usually askcd, can bc a-ommodated,
at28Ann. St. 16:4w;
m HE OF STAGES,
FROM MIDDLEBURY TO
Via. Ripton. Hancock, Stockbridge, tud Beth
This line of Stages lcarc3 Middlebury crcry
day, bundays cxccpted, at 3 o clock A. mter
sccting with the Cars at Bethel at a ipjartcr past
1 1 , A. M. Passengers arrirc in Boston at half
past 7 P. M on tl.e same day. On this route
there are but 40 milcs by Stage, thcrest being by
Uars, to isoston.
This line intersccts fcTCrrdaTl rith fheBran-
don Stage, at Rochester, with the Rutland Stagc,
at Stockbridge, and with tlie Woodstock Stagc at
Bethel, (thclattcr arriving in Woodstock at 2
Passengers wishing to go from Middlebnry to
Windsor, by taking thii route will nrrive.it Beth
el as above, take the cars on the Vt. Central Rail
road to the mouth of White River, and go from
thenco to Windsor by Stage on the same day.
Lines interscctinir at Hancock and at Bethel, eo
throngh to Montpelier the same day.
Passengers on this route can go throngh to
Harcrhill, N. II., in one day, from Bethel to
WestLebanon.br Railroad, and fhence lo Hano-
Tcr, Lyme, and Harverhill.by Stagc.
fj Trarellcrs on any of the Steamboats on
Lake Champlain, wishing to get to Boston, will
find this the most desirablo route that could be ta
ken as rcsards case. savins of time, beauty and
grandcur of scencry on tbe way, care of drivers,
Passengers may rely apon erery cn
gagcment beingfitithfullrand prompt
ly pcrformed by the Proprietors. Books
kept at the Vermont Hotel, and at H. Moore's
KOSTER.TUPPER.& CO '
Middlebury, Aug, 22, 1848 Proprietors
HOWLAND & BILL'S Superfma Gccntssce i
FarailyFlour, for sale by
K. t,. t UJ.bt.u i
WIRE CLOTE & SIEVEg;
NO. 10S BEEKliAN STREET, NEW-YC UK,
BRASS Sl COPPER VIRE DRAWERj
iMD MANOrACTBnER OF
BRASS, COPPER &. IRON WIRE CLOTIT,
bltiVV.Sr. tyAtt.t, i;AUiS, UUAJ.
AND SAND SCREENS,
Wire Window Blindn, Brush Wirc, Loco-Motiv,.
and Straincr Wirc. 18
BT" CTI.1SDEE3 COVERED AT SlIOET NOTICi:
WILL he sold at public AUCTION
on oATUKUAY, Sentember ICih 184.-
at .the dwclling house of IflllABOD M.
CUSMMAN, late of said Middlebury, de
ceased, the rcmainder of the persnna! "prop
erty of thc deceased, cotisisting of Bcds and
Beddinjr, Bedsiead?. Burcaos, Sidehoard
Secrctary, Tnbles, Sinnds. Looking-gh sscs,
Crockery and Kitchen Utcnsils. nnd tnnny
olher nrlich's too numr rona lo incntion. &
Mea. rurmuig uicnsns ol varioos kinds.
JC?"bale to conimence at onc o'clock I'.Jl .
JEJ Terms rrnde knoivn on the dav of
eate. JACOB W. CONROE. Admr.
Dated nt Middlebury, the 29ih dav of
August, 4943. 18
STATE OF VERMONT. )
JJistnci of Addison, ss. J
Be it rcmcrabercd. that at a Probate Conrt lmld
at Middlebury, in and Tor tbe District of Addison,
on tlie 2Cth day of August A. D. 1848,
bamucl uolcott, ntlmiiiisiratnr of ihe cs-
tateof WILL1AM P.OWLEY.
ateof Shoreham, in snid District, dcccnsrd.
presents his administratlon account for nl-
owance. lt is thereupon ordered, ihat taid
account bc considtretl Ior nllownncc. at tho
sessinn of this Couri to ha hWd nt the nflice
ol the Ilc"is'.er ol this Court in said Mid-
llehurv.on Tliursdv,lhe21st dav ol Sriilem
ber next nt onco'clork in thc afternoon , and
hat noitce thcrcol he "tweii to nll wcrcr.ns u-
tercsted.thai thcy mayappearaud inakMhrir
nhjcclion?.ifany (hey may have. to iheallow
nnce ofsaid nccount hy pi)hli.s:iu a cerlificd
copy ol tlus ordrr in tlie Middlebury ua'axv
a newspaper prinit-d al said Middlebury
uirrc iverK3 succcssively ,prcvious to thc time
nl saiJ Court.
Jed. S. Uashnetli ReyisUr,
A true Copy of Rccorti.
18 Attcst, Jed. S. Bushneli, Register
Fire ! Fire !
THE mciulH.-rs of thc Vermont -Mutnal Fire In
sunincc Company nre hertby noticcd tlintt.ic
following asstssmcnts have Iwcn" made by tbe Di
rertors on all notcs in force ou tlie davs fol ow-
ing. to wit .
August 5, 1817,
1-4 " u
1-4 " u
1-4 " '
1-t " "
Octobcr 3, "
Jaiiunry 5, 1848,
February 11, "
March C, "
April 11, "
Making 2 8 4 pcrccnt, for thc vcarendin? Au
gust2d, 1848. Said pcrentage V bs castonthtj
oripinal ainount cf prcmiuzi note, without rcfcr'
cncc to any eintor.emciits, and to be paid to tlie
Treasurcr at his office iu Montpelier.on or bcfon;
the 18lh day nf Octolicr, 1S48, being the anuunl
meeting of said Company.
As Uual n list of persons insnrcd in tlte serc
ral towns, with the amount of a!se!i3mems dnc
from cnch rcspectively, will be forvrarrfed to tlie
reprcscntativcs elect to tlie Lcgislaturc by hnm
the moner can bc scnt. Mcmfiersof thc Coiioa
ny choulii accollcct this opportunity,as it affordj
to all a chcnp, safe, convenient way by whieli
moncy for their iiiiuraurecnnbctransmi icd; at:tt
it is expectcd tbat each mcmbcr ofthe Cornpny
from wliorn asscssmcnts are due, willimprovethb
opportunity thus ofTered. Tho Asscssmcnts are
due iu Octobcr, and in order to meet tbe litihili
ties ofthe Compnnr must be paid in pTCnpt.y
Thc aiscssments of this vcirare smail. f 1 i i-:f
ceut,) and can eaMiy jiaiil by the mem,'cr3 1 1 thc
Company wltcn du?. A little pams t'lei '9 for
ward the moncT by your Rcprescntat:ies n the
fall, will savc ihe mcin!crs lnuch c.tpertsc and
trouble; and I am intruccd by ihe Directors to
take cfiicient mca'-tirc? lo enforce thereilection of
nll iissessmcnts rcniaining tinp.iid nt the r:Miig of
the legislature. J. T. TIIUIiSTON. Treas'r.
lustirancc OluVc, Montpelier, Aug. 6, 184S.
TIIE STEAMT0W E0AT
Cart. N. B I'ROCTOIf
Will rcsume herre?nl:ir m"n nn I nl-n rh.
plain.diiiiiigthe rcitofilic nu-igable srasop.'ii
the following m.-.nncr
Ht VrrjniiM sunii pe
VVti il.-tinl I .. .
"url Knt "
tybl:rlialt, Sloniliyt at 10 . m
Vcrprnw-i. I'umlnv, H
Ullltrlinll VV,..l,ii,l., IU
I'ort Kmii, 'I hnr,ilays, (0
VncnniM, Saiunlajr-, js
im'-iiaH. t ii.iiv tn
btoppmg.-it nll inteimediateplaccff'ir the pur
pose of I'ECElViNG & DISCHARGIO
Loats will be taken in Tow at anv place that
may te dcsiicdby ibeni.
iUr I'articnlar Atlentwn givru t.r TtWn-.-CT 13
DffiE & RiDEU
At Frost's Lntulinc, Bridport, nre now
rccciving their Spring Uooils, whit li they
inviic the pulilic to call and cX'iiiuiic qual
ity antl nricci. Our Goods will b- ,.t
as lowrate for Cash as can be honght orf
the Lakeshorc no mistake.
STOR1NG & FOItVARdlNR
promptly attendetl to nt all time?. 3
DIKE RIDER have Icased tfce
WnARF, & FERRY
formerlyoccnpicd by J. Frost, for a term of five
years. Their mtcntion is to attcnd promptly lo1
all property consigned to their care.
Wc,thesubscribers, being appointed by the Pro
bate Conrt fur the District of New Harcn, Com
missioners to receive. exnminc, and adjust all
claims and demands of all persons against tbu'
late of Addison, in said district, deceased, nnd al
so all claims and demands exhibited in offset there
to ; and six months from the I5th"day of Jnlr last
being allowed for that purpose, lye do thereforo
hereby give notice that we will attcnd- to thc busii
less of oar said appointrccnt at the dwcl'in
house cf the widow oi the deceased, in Addi.-on,
?S , ,e WeJnday of October 1S4S. and firjt
wnesday of Januarr 1849, from nine o'clock
A.M. until fonr o'clock, P M, on each of said
davs. JOSEPH"' HAYWARD, ) . . ,
HEMAN CONVERSK, AdrJnnistratow.
Daied at Addison, this 21t day oAvgiut, A. D
Received and for nlt : fey the Sybs?r-cr.
Rakc-c. Pitchrorlc of ei-rr rW,..r.V.: c
jr. BECK'A ITH.