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Feidav.A. M., Oct. 13.
On moticn of Mr. Chandlcr, tho Scnate pro
cccdcd to the election of a Chaplain. Eev. Gco.
3 Manscr was nominatcd by Mr. Beeman, and
ev E. J. Scott, by Mr. Kiddcr, of Orange, whcn,
the b'allots bcing takcn, Rev. Mr. Manscr was e
lected, by 19 votes.
Mr. Cliandler introduccd a bill in nmcndment
ofchap.37,rcvised Statutes, rclating to supcree
ilias on auditaqiierela, wkich was laid on the tablc,
whcn thc Senatcadjourncd.
On mofion of Mr. Crec, the IIousc rcsnmcd
considcration of tlie qucstion as to the returned
mcmbcrfrom Sheffield, wbcn tbe pctition of J. II.
Frceman and othcrs, in favor of thc admission of
Jjjncs Ito-crts, was rcad. Mr. Whittemorc mov
c1 to lay thc subjcct on tbe table again. The
clmir ruled that tbe mcrits of the case are not de-
batable on the motion to lic. ilotion supportca
by Mcssrs. Wbittcmore, and Carpcntcr, of North-.
iiclU. opposeaoy Jlcssre. iicaion, isesrusiey, a
Kccdbam: ycas 112, navs lOC-so tl.c motion to
lio prcvailed. i
The House rcsumcd ballotingfor Spcakcr, as
5th Cth 7th Stli 9th
Wm. C. Kittrcdgc,
Ilomer W. Hcaton,
107 103 1 JUu
f,8 68 f.8 C9 CS
43 43 44 44 44
On thc fiih ballot,
at 25 minntcs to 11. Mr.
Smith, of Weston, movcd to adjourn until 2 P. M.
On thc 9th ballot, at 15 minutes to 11, Mr.
Strcctcr movcd to udjoura to 3 1". M., to aecom
modatc mcmbers who are dclcgatcs to thc Dcmo
cratic State Convention. Mr. Converso scconded
tlie motion and it was agrccd to.
2 oelock, P. M.
On motion, the Scnatc procccded to thc cboiea
of tho Stamiing Comm'ittecs for tho scssion;
wbcn tho following election wcrc duly mado by
Onllnancc Mcssrs. Junc, Keycs, and Dan-
On Jndiciary Mead, Chandlcr, and Kidder.of
On Claims Ilamilton, of Chittenden, Forgu
son.Swcatt OnEducation Fox, Redficld, Frcnch.
On Agriculturc Colburn, Bancroft, Walkcr.
On Manufaclurcs Dcan, Davis, Carpcntcr.
On Elcctions Ilamilton, of Franklin, Craw
On Militarr Affairs Bccman, Kiddcr or Or-i'tn-c,
Kiddcr" of Franklin.
On Uoads Kimball, Davis, Fox.
On lianks Stcwnrt, Maltock, Frcnch.
On Land Taxcs Hubbard, Hall, Drapcr.
Mr. Chandlcr callcd np thc bill rclating to (
)M iurl-i. and tbe same wa3 rcH:rrcd to thc Ju
diriarv Cummittce. Adj.
Tho Ilensc rcfuincd ballotins for Spcakcr witli
ilte following rcsults:
r Knt Htlh Illh ISth 1.1lh lllli l.rl!i IClh ITlli
t.,lso. 107 101 Ifjfi 1(0 107 KI7 107 KW HH
ii x.. iiini,7o 70 ca nr at 7 c; cn 71
II T Il'al..ii,IS Jl 41 45 4i 43 II 31
Mr. Strccter.on the ISth ballot, at 10 minntcs
t' iivo, movcd to adjourn till 9 o'cluck to-morrow
morniiig; aycs 109, noes 108.
V. V.. PAi.Mnn's rusiNK.ss-Mux'.s Alma
N vc.Tbis a valuablo paniplilct of upwnnls
of 00 paos, i-ontaining, bcs':di-s tlie usual As
troxoinieal CalcuUtion"!, a grcat variely of usc
fv iiifonuation ftrr Mcrchant?, Manufacturcrs,
MccbanifS, and mcn of butinets in gencral.
li is publisbcd by V. H. Palmcr, wlio is cxtcn-si-voly
knon as the fonndcr of AdvcrtUing a
v" i:cics in Xuw Yoik, Hostoii, and eiscwliere.
Ii tati-tics refpcctinp tba Tariir, Moncy and
lAt !iangc?,i;ai!ro:il!, Inland Conimercc, Pop
nhilion, Mcclianical Invenliont, 5ic. &c, are
tcnrfud and valiiablc. Price 12 1-2 cts. siu
gle 57 a hmnlred.
J'aksjit.'s Almanac, ron 18 19. Tbe fif-t-svcnlh
mnnbcr of this old and pojmlar Al-
niinac, ly Hubcrtlf. Thonias, Iiasbcen iVsuc-d
by .b-nks Palmcr & Co., Uoslon. It li.-w tbe
old look tbe 5amc bonicly culs tlm
fanin sort of niisccllnaeoiisrcading and econ
fimical jbi!nvi;i!iy, as wbcn wc firet made it?
Jk'ijuamtanci, in childliood.
Tiie Uxiom Magazisk, for Octobcr, is tc
rrivcd. It is full of valuablc and entcrtain
tiiu maltcr as ushhI.
tLV Mr. Ford who lias just been clectcd
(Jovi'rnor of Oliio biis nnt ns yct dcclarcd
iM Ijrnr ofTaylor hudhnhate dmt so bc
ivonlii have becn ilefeated.
Tno above onslnugbl upnn Mr. Pollt's
F.nlish, is from llie Dennington Gnzclle.
' Onr Fuficrings is intolcrable !"' 'iclinps
Mr. llaju-cl! Aaii hare heard thoneivs from
This animal, brcd and owncd by Charlcs
I.in.-lcy, and exbibitcd at tbe lato fair in tlils
connty,attractcd mncb attcntion. IIo was two
yoars old tbe 14th day of Marclt lasl, and was
brcd from a Durham Cow, by a bull lalely own
;d by Paris Fletcher, Esq., wbicb was brcdbj
li. Yail, Esq., Troy, from liis cclebratod bull
At tbc fair for tliis oounty.in thc fall of 18 1C,
lein2 tben G montlis old, and weigbingC70lbs.
bc oblaincd tbe first pvcmium.
At thc fair at Vergennes, lben weighing
1 2'A pounds, and bcing abont a ycar and a
bilf old, he reccivcd again, tbc first prcmium.
And at tho late fair.bcing two and a balf ycars
old, and weighing 1730 pounds be was witbout
liesitation awardcd tbc first prcminm.
In color, form. and general appcarance, bc
cxiiibits the dislinctivo cbaractcristics of bis
race, while bis cxlraordinary size, tbo tyoimu
tr and pcrfcction of bis form and bis uncom
mon docility, wero tbe admiration of all lovcrs
of fme animals.
Tiie importancc of brceding from tbe bct
raccs of nnimals, and from tbe bcst spccimcns
of tbojc raccs, can hardly bc estimatcd too
liigldy by our r.gricultural pcople. We bclieo
that Vermont is sccond to no State in tbe Un
lon. in tbe ricliness and cxubcrance of her
grasas ; and wc are glad to soe that tbe eattlo
on her tboiifand hills, are to bo bied from tho
best races of animals known to the world.
ECf Wc admit tha following 'to closc a
coucern.' We dotiot dccm it worlh while to
ndd any commcnts, especially a9 it
?eems highly probable that the whole opcra
tion.which Mr. Birber endoavors to cxplain,
arr.ounted to just ahout a failure.
Middlebury, Oct. 10, 1848.
Mr. Editor : I see, in your remarks on
mj communication inyour paper lo-day,that
yQ a' diat I have not denied the charge
that 'Jlr. Vilas has ndHrpp.l letlcrs lo liia
'prominent loco-roto fr;ends, throughont thc
iate, propojing to amalgamate wi
'Frce Soll party, ftr t'je purpose of
ing the Whigs.' I do not deny it, t
1 know nothing about it one wav or i
' r,.-i-"""B iu amaigamaie wun tne
i One TCnv nr ihfl nlh.
cr. I say now that if Mr. Vilas has written
anyeuch lctlere, it isnot wilbin my knowl
eage and that Ido not bcliavo there isnotonc
word ort,mtt m thfl charge.1 hope he has writ-
icuerg and that Ihcy will be eflectu
; the Democrats on the Frec Soil
I"'i!t0-f,th,lIhave not denied the
-tl to Cass men m Burl
o'i l IBVsma.Uil,.
instoa.' If it i6 in
nny way iraporlant, I will relieveyour appre
hension ou that subjecl, also 1 do most dis
tircily deny, that I ever made any proposi
tion to amnlRamrtle the iwo parties, in any
other manner than lo recommend to each
nnd every Dcraocrat, wiih whora I have con-
verscd, to votc the Iree eoiI Iickci . ii inai
It a pronosal to amalpamate, make the most
of it. l" wish cveiy Whir as well ns Demo-
crat would volc with the v rceoun piny.
PotiTics. The Hon.
Daniel E. Huger, of South Carolina, has ad-
drtssed a long letter to the Uharleaton i o. ;
CDiiricr, in which he dovelops hisown views
of duty in refercuce to the Prcsidenlial elec
tion, and probably the views of hirgenumbers
or Dcmocrata inSuuth Carolina and the
whole Southern sestion of the Union. Thc
posilionhe takes i'b this: Although Gencral
Tavlor i? a beller man than General Cass
Taylor ip a uetier man man ueuerai v,a
for President, the Dcmocratic party cannot
j consistca'.ly go ovcrto ihc Whigsas a party
and aid m electing Uen iayier, uecauee. n
clecled. he witl be surrounded by Whig
counsellors and directed by the Whig party,
whose whole policy is diameirically opposed
to South Carolina and Southern intercsts
generally. The Nonhern Whigs, besays.
have no sympathy with the South ; bul
the Noriliern Democrats have, and therc
fore should rcccive tlie support of tho
New York. A correspondcnt of theXa
tional Inlelligencer, wriling from the city of
New Yorlc, says.
Six wceks has worked changes too in thc
politics of tbe city. and these all for tbe bet
rcr, Thc Whigs now all put tbeir shoul
dersto the wheel, determined to roll Taylou
into tho Prcsidcncy. Even Greeley and the
Tribunc are now atnong tbe earnes: support
ers of the Whig candidatc, as 1 predicted
they would be, notwithstanding tbeir posilion
aflcr the Philadelphia nomination. The
Wliirra had n. monster meetinjr last nicht at
Vauxhall Garden, called by the car mcn of
ho city. The Iarge haii was crawucu io ns
utmost caparity, and there wcre two Iarge
mcotings bcsidcs in tbe garden. Among tho
speakcrs crc Governor Sewa aD,and Pavid
Paul Urow.v, of Philadelphia. Governor
Seward claims New York for Taylor and
Killmore by fifty or sixty ihousand plurality.
Lei this ciicourage Whigs in doubtlul Statcs
to bc up and duing.
Tr.r.RiDLE ExrLosio.v. At (our o'clock
this alternonn n kcg ol powder cxplodcd in
tbo storc ot Mr. Krastus Hubbard, in this
villagc, burning scveral pcrsons in a most
sbocking manner. nnd injuring tlie building
bligblly. Mr. Hubbard bi'iiself, George
Hlakc. Azro Bancrofl, and an Irisbman in
Mr. IJubbnrd's cmploy, nre dangcrously in-
jurcd, and scven other pcrtons severely.
Montpelier JJaily Journal, ucl. liin.
CnnsniRn. The railsonthe second division
of tho Chcshirc Xoiul are laid to within about 2
milcs of llie summit, nnd nbout3 milcs bcyond
lo tbc Kast villagc in VetmorcIaml, making in
11 a niilci. Ibcwork is gamg lorward with
:rcat raiiidity, and tbcr? can bc nodotihtthat the
road will bc opcncd to Ucllo Falls by thc first
of Jnnuary ncxt.
Kcinsn. TbiKoad is tobe opcncd to Ches
ter, and perlmps to Ludlow, at thc foot of tbc
monntain, as sooti as thc Chcshirc is opcncd to
Bellows 1-alls. Ihc compnny have takcn the Jlt.
Ilolly summit scctions into tbeir own bands, and
will puh the work forward with all tbeir cnergy.
Sixty miles lrom liurungton, to nutiand, are to
bo opcncd ncxt jpriiig.and tbc Mu Ilolly scction1!
will doubls bc iinishcd, in season for opcning
thc wbolc line, in tbc fall. A'coic Sattincl.
MA5SACIH:?nTTS. IION'. BnX'JAMIX' TitOMr
son, of Cbarlc?tovn, has becn nominatcd for Con
Krcsby tbc Whigs of thc IVtli (Middlesex, &c.)
Dislrict. liih bc formcrly reprcscnlcd in thc
anic capacitT. Mr. Pau'biit, tho prescnt mcm
bcr, addrcsscd a lcltcr to Jobn S. Kcycs, a Dclc
gatc to tbc m,ininatiug Convention, rcitcrating
tbc dcclaratioa that bc was a supportcr of tbe
DiSTKi.ssixr. AcctDr.XT. On tbc 12th ult.,
llcr.uio Scymour, yomigcit son of Mr. Chester
lllis.5, of Ihi-i town. nged 4 ycars and G roonths,
wcnt into a ticld whero slunips had becn scton
lirc, and by accidcnt bis clotbcs tookfire, and bc
forc as-ilanec could bc rcnilerod, tbc child was
so shockingly burnt, as to cause bis death nftcr
twcniv honrs of tcrriblo sutfcring. Montpelier
JCP" Tbcrc areorganizations ofcompanics
in variuiis toivns iu Kcntucky, for cmigra
tion to Ciililbrnia. It is supposcd that at
lcasl 50,000 will migratc thitheriu thc ncxt
JCJ Thc Corhiltiatc Lake watcr will be
inlroduced into thc cilv ol Boston on the
ijjih insiant, and prepara'ions arc making
lor cclebralmg this cvcnt in a manner bc
coming its importancc,
Rnv. WoRTtiiNr.Tos Smitii, D. D.,of
St Albans, bas dcclincd acccpting tbe Prcsi
dential Cbair of tbc Univcrsity of Vermont,
tondered lnm last beptcmbcr, bytbc Lorpora
tion. Uur. Frce Pres.i.
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH'
Illil'OIlTED FOK TIIE GALAXY.
New York, Oct. 1C, 3 P. M.
Thc Tallabassec corrcspondencc of thc
Baltimore Patrint says, Cnbell, Whig, U e
Icclcd loCongress,by about 500 maj-.and that
Brown, Whig, is clected Goernor bv about
thc same majority. The Legislature is de
Johnslon's maiority is greally rcduccd.
Hc'.urns from Ohio are coutinually nbang-
ing lrom 1 oru to v cller. Une rcccived
from Columbu?, dated ihis day, elccls Ford
bv 1000 maionlv. and makes thc Scn
ate a tic, and from 3 to 4 Whig majority in
New York, Oct. 16, C 1-2 P. M.
Pena'sylvania. The rctnrns from all the
Counties in thc Slate, but Potlcr. McKean
and Warren, give tbe following resul! :
Johnston, 24,43S; Longstreth, 22,999.
Johnslon's mnj. 1,439.
Pol'.cr, McKean, and Warren, gavc Polk
A lalcr despalch from Ohio says : Wellcr
P'. S. A still latcr despatch, from New
York, this vwrniny, says Ford is clected.
BEWAHE OF COUNTERFEITS AND
The itnparalled and atpni&bin? eflicacy of DR. WIS
TAR'S BAIJ3AM OF WILD CIIERRY. in all the disea
bc fr whirh it is rscommrnded, curin many ca&cs after
me 5Kiu ni me bcst pnysicians was unavailin has enecten
a latre and mereasins demand for it. This faCt has caused
many unprincipled countcrfcitcrs and iraitators to palm off
Bjmriuus imxiurcs, ui simuar namc ana appcarance, lariue
ty. "Kalsamof SpikenariLM "Wild Chrrrv Cnmfmv A
Another. "Weftw's Balsam of Wild Chern-1 mUrllinp
Ihename, andforpnxertiucate to resemble thosc of the
true BaUam. 'Dr. Wistar's DalsAm of Wild Cherry,w is
thc only gnuine. lncrciinereiy iraitate tbe name ortlie
nriint while thev posess none of itsirtups.
LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS OF TIIE
Th rrntnnn Ralsam is put up in botu.. with tho words
"Dr. Wtar- al.am of Wild Cherrj-. rhila,"blownia thc
glass ; each bottlo ucariu? a Iaocl on llie lront, with the siff.
naturc of II. W1STAR, M. D.
Thi will !. .nrrlnnnl hprpafter with a new wrapper.
copj-tish' sccured, 1844 ; on which will alayi appoar the
written sigRatureor "I. EUTTS.
W F. K!l, Agont
Tho Assislant Judgcsof Addison County
Court, will mcct at tno uouri-uouse, in Mid-
dlcbury, on Thursday, tbc 19th tnst. at one o'
clock P. M., for thc purpose of grantmg Lt-
CPII CWTIJT flV-i.
Middlebury, Oct. 1C, 1848.
Will mcct at Shoreham, on Wedncsdar, thc
18thinst..at 10 o clock, A. M. For farther
particulars sec the Chromcle of the 4th inst.
X. A. JMJUKXLL, Kcgister.
5Ir. Uoderhill of Wolcott. New Vork. states that th ar.
ticle known as Dr. G. C. Vaurhn'a WfntaWe I.ithontrintiV
titics, and rires bettrr satisfaction in his eclion of tlie
country than any other medicine in tho line. Those who
litn in the vicimty of Wolcott will do well to look orer the
adTertiements of I)r. Vaushn'a Great Atncrican Krmpdy
iuc Ltuuuninpiic Jiixiure. i uis mraiciue ua good one,
possesses a proiKTtr ncver beforo uouessed b v medicine.
healin? all kinds of complainta. and cannot be taken in anv
caae withoutreliff foUowinr. Sec our colttmnj. read the
Ajenu naiues under the adtertiscmcnL call and a&kfora
W. I. ICusscI, Agent.
Wallingford, Sept. 13, IStS.
3Icsrs.Geo. Stanton &. Co. (Jents, I fcclita duiyl
one both you and the nublic, t make the follnwinir tate-
mcnta. Iu Sov. 1647, 1 was taken with a screrepain inmy
reai ine, wnicn uecame a ruuuin? eore, looi one jouit,;
and cxtcndcd ujt my ieg and was in such a state that thc
Doctor said I could Ihe but ashorttime. I heard of Hunt's
Linitneut sent arnl pot a bottlc wliicti pate me immediate
rclicf, and the cecond entircly cured mc. I am now well,
and I tliink Iliiut's Linimcnt taied mr life.
22.m2 AGABUS HISHOP.
,We certify that we are well acquaiuted with ilr. IIihrp,
aud know his stateinent to be true. II. V. Kent,
Wallingford. D. II. StBt.v.
Sold inthis pUccby W. P. Russcl, and II. A. Sheldon.
In Huntington, Sept. 28th, Mr. Hosea
Carroll to Miss AIatilda Koss.
In Bridport, on thc Illh inst., by Rev. F.
W. Olmslcd, Mr. Joski-h S. AVilliamSj to
Miss Jane A. Kitciiell, nll of Bridport.
In Huntington, August 27th, Mr. Sasioel
Bdiiker, aged 79 years.
Sept. 8th, Mr. JAMEsRoss,aged 7Cycars.
BO" Printers in MassachuEetts, arc re
In Huntington, on thc 14 th ult., Mr. Pm
i.anoer Farr, agcd 31 years.
In the same placc, Sept. 13th, Miss Pm
Inllocbcstcr, on the 6th ins-, after an ill
ncss ofonly a fcw days, of pulrid tore throat,
J. C. Dasa, Printer, son ol" the lale John C.
Dana, ol Woodstock, Vl. Western papcre,
In Trcbizond, Persin, August 3, Mrs.
IIari:ietB., wife of Rcv. David TStoddard,
of the American Bnard of Missions, and
daughtcr of Calvin Briggs, M. D., of Mar
In Bridport, thc 23d ult., Asa Crane,3 joN
dicr of thc Rcrolution, ngod 90.
In Weybridge, on the 13lh inst., Widow
HuLD.ui Bell, agcd 79.
In Middlebury, ou thc 8th instant, Mrs.
LrniA Judd, aged 82 years,
Mrs. Judd has left a Iarge circle of fricnds
tomourn her loss. But it is charitably be
licved that whai is her loss is her unspcnka
blc gain. Her uniform Christian character,
which shc maintained through a long life?
and thc steady cVfailliful manner in which she
dischargcd hcrdutics in herseveral relations
aa wile, molhcr, and friend, acquired for her
tho re.-ncct of all who kncw her. Sho
was a worthy mcmbcr of ihc Kpiscopal
Church in tbisplace for many years. and in
her Ohristian dcporlmcnt slio appcarcd ton
dorn the doctrinc of God hcr Savior in nll
things. 'Blessed are the dcad which dic
in the Lnrd; from hencefurth, yea, saith
ihc spirit, that they mayrcst from their la-
bors, and thcir n'orksdo follovv tlicm.'
Just rcceivcd, a larjc supply, consistiag of
Sugars, Molasscs, Salt, Boots tJ- Shoes,
bolton larn, Vurpct IVarp, tchttc
and colorrj, Nails and Window
AYINTER BLEACHED OIL,
Candlcs, Sfc. &'c.
For salo at thc Iowcst priccs. for Gash or
most kinda of country producc.
Oct. 1. 1S4S. 25 com. v 13.
Paid for good Wintcr Wheat
by JOHN WOOD.
All nolcs and accounts of moro Ihan six
months' standing, wzust bevaid.
Oct. 1.1S48. 25;
Herds Grass & Clover Seed,
forsaleby JOHN WOOD.
Uct. 11, 1S1S. 25;
H. O. SMITH,
Is now rccciving a Iarge and cxtecsive assprt
FALL A2TD WTNTER G00DS,
Ainon; whicli maj bc found agrcat varicty of Cluak
nnd Drcsi Gooila,
Silk Warji f
Illack and Fancj J
Frcnch Slcrinos, MuIin dc Liincs,
(Taflimcrea.Toiicd de Taris, &c.
500 yds. Scolcli and American Gingli.im? from jo j.o
to 25 r,
2300 yds. I'rints, from 4 to o 1-2 c.
300 yds, Bleaclied and Brown Cotton 5 1-2 to 12 1-2
Gimps and Frinjres in grcat variely.
Itiblrans, Artiricials.LisIe Thrcad and Kid GIovcs,
25 picccs Lincn Edgings. ) '
25 " Colton " ia splendid assortment.
Broad Cloth from 1.50 lo 4,00.
Car simercs, Sattinettn, &c,
Cot. Yarn, Drill, Balts, Vck, &c.,&c.
Also Groceries, Ctockery, Glass and Hard
Warc; Glss, Ptitty, Nails, Salt,
Codjsn, Mackersl, Xail Uods,
Ronnd Iron, $-a
Togetlicr with a largc asiortmeiit of Gcods not r.cc
cssary to icention; all of whicli will bc sold at tlie
lotvcEt possible priccs for Cash. and on thc most
rcasonable terms for rcady pay or sbort approred
credit Flease call and examincfor youreeltca I
Thankful for small favors.
New HaTcn, Oct. 14, 184S.
THE Jubscjiber haying
recenlly made Iarge addi
tions to liis prerioos as
sortment of Books, focls
assured, that he can ac
commodalc those wliomay
favor him with n call. with
Juvcnile Annimls, Bibles, Classical and School
Books , on as favorablc terms as tlicy can bo procur
ed inany cf thc Iarge cilies.
Committeevi.liingto procnre Sabbatli Sclioolor
District Librariei, will find a good and clieap as
bortment. t. W, CLARK.
M iddlaburj-, Qct. 0, tf 43. 21
Just rcccived nnd for sale at thc OXE PRICE
STORE, a full assortment of
Groccrips. Crockcrr. Glass Warc, Hard Ware
Papcr Ilangings and Mirrors, which we will sell
atcxtrcmc lowpriccsior uu ui icuujr pay.
NASII t GOODRICH.
SEddlebury, Oct. 10,1848. 24
DONXAVAV3 GREAT SKMAL
PANORAMA OF HIEXICO,
Occupying 21,000 fect of Canvass.
Exnmmvcs the Seenerv. Cities and battle Fieldj on tho
rcpectiicroutea pursueJby the American Army, from'Cor
pus ChrUti to Ilucna Vita, and thencc to YulLiilulid aud
from Vera Cruz to the Cjtv of Jlcxico, a line of Cnuntr-
OVEH 3.000 MILKS liS Ji-VHiAT!
Thn klunentlnii. Paivtivg. to which the Prus and the
People liae aiready acconl-d tho merltof bcinf the must
comprchi-naitc aud lieautiful I'auorania eter oxhikitcJ iu
Iloatou, ia now otirxhtbition at
Cor. or Botlston anu Wasiii.noto.v Sts.
EVEIIV EVEXIXC. and on every Wcdnediy and Sat-
urdav AFTraNoov, at3 o'tlock.
Oapt. DOX.VAVAX, Authorof 'Advrntures in Jleiicn,'
auflforsoen mouths a prKoner, dilrioff the recent wnr,
wlli he preseut to rsplain tlie plrture, awl ilurintheeihi.
hitiou will rclatc many iucidcnn of thc war, .Mcncau life,
Ti Lcts'J3eents. I. heral arran:emen ma.ie wun rar-
ties and Schonlj. Ethibitions pvcn to partij from the
country at an hour's notice.
14? l ur particulars tcc InlM of the uay. zj.r.w
Tea! Tea! Tea!
AGENTS and familics supplicd, at wholcsale
AN ENTIKELY N E W AND
P. P. FltAXCIS
Is now rccciving dircct from thc sliip
7ie Largest Stock and Grealest Variely
of Tcas cvcr brougkt by any onc house into Ver
mont. Thcsc Teas are rcceivcd direct from a China
House, which scnds out thc finest Teas grown in
TIIE CELESTIAL EMPIRE ;
and which arc noted for thcir delicious and fra-
Arrangcmcnts have becn cntcrcd intOjWhereby
tbe publio may bc surc of obtaining, at all timcs,
purc and highly flavorcd Tcas, and at about balf
thc fonner pricc and 110 dividiug profiis among
partncrs or for agcncics.
00 ct. Ilyson Skin Tca now sold for 25 cts,
75 ct. do. do. do. do. 34,
75 ct. y. Ilyson do. do. 34,
100 do. do. do. 50,
S.C., &&, &c.
Also Groceries of all kinds proportionably low.
0"?- Don't forgct, No. 1, Tclegrapb Uow,"south
cnd of thc Ilridgc.
St. Croix S. V. li. Sugar.
4 ,000 pounds Crusbcd and Boltcd Sugar,
500 do. ' Loaf do.
2,000 do. Java and Hio Coffec,
400 do. Pcpper and Pimcnto.
Nutmcgs, Clovcs, Cassia.
Gingcr, Ilicc, l'carl Starch,
Indigo, Bar Soap, Alum.
Salt I'ctrc, Sal.-cratus,
Soda, Campnor, Crcam Tart.
Jlagncsia, Khubarb, Castor Oil.
J AS. MCKEAND,
"U'ould inform tlie inhabitants of this town and
Tirinity that he bas just rcturncd from Xcw York
wilJi a largc assortment of
Frencii, English and German BroadclotJis,
Jiiijlish and 1'rench JJlacl: Lassimeres,
French Doc-Skins, nf crety variely;
English and French I'ancy
Cassimcrcs ; Plain j
Fancu Satins ;
Plain and Figurcd Veh et : Cashmcrc and Va-
lencia J cslmg.i oj great variely ; al
so a tccll selected assortment of
RliADY MADE CLOTHIMG,
COATS, PANTS, VESTS, JIERINO
SIIIRTS, FLANNEL SLNGLETS,
Tailors can bc supplicd with Scott's Reports
of Fashions,and all sorts of Trimmings at all
Jj- The above bcing agcnt for Scott's Ameri
can and Luropean iaslnons, wnicn ne rcccivcs
monthlv. cnablcs him to furnish ccntlcmen at all
timcs with garmcnts made up in tho latcst stylcs.
As gentlcmen arc awarc of tbo good qualitics
of my goods and tbe low priccs at which I dis-
posc ot tlicm, lt wouui oc nscicss io raaKc uny mr
thcr commcnt on that subjcct.
CUTTIXG at all timcs attcndcd to, a usual
at thc Old Stand, Xo. 1, Brewstcr's Building,
two doors south of thc Post Oflice .
Jliddleburj-, Oct. 10, 184S. 24
No, 1, Washington Square.
The subscribcr is now rccciving from Boston
and New York a new and choice seleciion of
of cvcry dcscription adaptcd to tbc scason ; among
which may bo found a fcw pattcrns of Jlourning
Dc Laitics, all wcol, at 40 to 45 cts.
Frcnch, English, Scotcli and American Ging
hams at 14 to 25 cts.
Brilliant Lustrcs, a finc article, at 45 to 50 cts.
Brown Shcetings, a yard wide, for 5 cts.
Thc finest Alcrrimacks for 7 cts.
A splendid assortment of Shawls, cmbracing ev
ery varictv, from 8-4, nearly nll wool, worth
$3.50, to 10-4 Long Shawls worth SC.0O.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
A good assortment of Mcn's Overcoats Brown
Broadcloth, mado in good stylc, from Sl 1 to 12,
Canada Grays, from S6 to 8,
Tweeds and Satinetts at $7 to 8,
Frock Coats and Pantaloons all wool Vests,
a finc asjortmcnt, from 87 cts. to S3.50
every varicty. Also, Boys' Ovcrcoats. Pan
taloons and Vests.
A gencral assortment of
Those wishing to purchase for Cash or Kcady
pay will find it for their intcrest to call and cxam
ine my stock, as I am determined not to bc nn
dersold by any merchant in this vicinitv.
Middlebury. Oct. 10, 1848. 24: tf.
A Ricb and Beautiftil Stylc, just recei vcd by
P. P. FRANCIS.
Middlebury, Sept. 25, 1818. 22;
i w mr ' tvu . itkA) i "flti-
at his rooms during
THIS WE E K.
All wishing anything in hh line of busi'
ncs3 will govern theraseivcs accordingly.
CLOCK AND ArATClI MAKER,
Would inform the citizens of Middlebury and
vicinitv, that he will do any work in thc line of
repairing that may be scnt to him, on sbort no
tice and rcasonable tcrms.
N.B. Watchcs &c. may bc handed to Mr.
Goolc Brown, or left at this ofiicc, nnd thev will
bcfaithfully forwardcd in safoty, nnd rctumed
as quick as rep aircd. 24; 3w.
MU. WUITCOMnliavii'ig takcn up his rcs
idcncc in Middlebury, takcs this method ofsay
ingtohisfricnds, aud thc daucingcommunity gen
crally, that hc is prcparcd to furaishgood music
Lettcrs addrescd to lt. E. AVhitcomb Middle
bury, Vt will rcccive prompt attcntion. 27y
Middlcbun-. Nov. 3. 1S47
PORIC. packcd here, Salmon, Mackcrcl,
Codfish, Turks Island Salt,
By II. A SHELDON.
Middlebury, Sept. 25, 1S1S. 22,
A largc assortment of Common, Mcditim,
and Fine English German Cloths will be sold
for CASII cheapcr than can be bougltt in
town. II. A. SHELDON.
Middlebury, Sept. 25, 1818. 22;
m Cf2" ,S!
1. :JL, W
3 5 itj
A full assortment of Goods, adaptcd to the
Fall ancl Winter
trade, which will hcso'dns low as at any other
Establishmcnt in thc country.
Sept. 25, 1S48.
AV. S. JOHNSON takcs plcasure in annoim
cing to tho lover3 of Good Tca, that he has rc
ccived the agcncy for thc sale of tbo
CII1NA TEA COMPANY'S TEAS,
in the Town of Middlebury and vicimty. nnd he
is now rcceiving l'rcslt Tcas from the Company
which will dcfy conipctition in cjualitynml priccs.
50ct Ilyson Skin Tca, now sold for 32cts.
75ct " " " 40cts.
75ct Young Hvson " 40cts.
40ctBlack ' " 25cts.
73ct " " 40cts.
The choiccst Brands of Black Tca constantly
on hand. The above priccs arc tho wholcsale pri
ccs of thc Company each packago is markcd by
tho Companv and soldat thcir prico for CASH,
by W. S. JOHNSON,
Agcnt for China Tea Co.
Middlebury, Sept. Ist, 1848. 10;
GASH S TOHE
sa wa ci a s. a s 3
COr.NER OF MAIN & GREEN STUEETS,
V VP.Ifi"RNXES. VT.
THIS day rcceivcd, an immcnae varicty nnd
Fanry and Slaple Dry Gouls, Fur Goods
Hats, Caps, liools and Shoes, Croclcry,
and Slone Ware, Groceries, frc. frc.
Over 8000 Dollars
Positivcly the larcst stock cvcr oflTercd in Vt.,
Ovcr Coats from
Frock and Sack Coats from
$3 to 20
S2 tO 15
Sl to 5
C3c to S5
Tn"ethcr with an cndloss varicty of
GEXTLEMEX-s FUnXISMXG GOODS
A largc assortment.
P. V. COLUNS dcsircs it to be distinctly un
dcrstood that he it dcaling in facts, whcn hc statcs
that hc can and will otl'cr greatcr induccmcnts to
purchascrs thar. any other establishmcnt can af
ford. Vergennes, Scptcmbcr 9th, 184S. 20tf
Persons indcbted to me, arc informed, that
t i,n i -.,.!.. tn cniiln with tbem. until thc
lst of October ncxt; after that date they will
find thcir acconnts in thc hands of Iawyers.
M iddlcburys Sept. 1 1 848 I9:tf
Wood Xaands for iSale.
Tho subscribcr offers the following lands,
bolonsing to the c?tatc of Harry Abbey, latc
of Middlebury, dec-eafcd, to wit
Onc lot, C-dar Swamp, containing 7 acrcs,
-well timbcred with White Ccdar, lying in
Monkton, at thc outlet of Bristol Pond.
Onc other picco of land on tbe mountain in
Middlebury, coverod with Pinc timbcr princi
pally, containing about 20 acrcs. -Vlso one
cnual undivided third part of a 100 acrc lot
Iyin" near thc last mcntioned.
CJAMES McDONALD, Adminislrator.
Middlebury, Oct. 13, 1848.
STATE OF VERMONT. 7
District of New Havcn, ss. J
Be it rcmembcred, that at a Probate Conrt held
at Bristol, in said district, on tho 13th day of
September, 1848, tbc Executors of the last will
and tcstamcnt of
OLIVER P. TURNER,
late of New Haven.in said district, deceased.pro
pose to rcnder an account of thcir admini3tration
and prescnt the samo for alIowancc.
Whereupon tho said Court appomted thc first
Mondav of Novembcr, IS4S, at 10 o clock, at tho
officc o"f the Judge of said Court, in Bristol, in
said district, as the time and place for heanng;
and ordered the Executors to give notice thercof
to all pcrsons concerncd to appcar before said
Court at tho time and place aforcsaid and objcct
to said account, if they see cause, by publishing
a certified copy of this ordcr in the Middlebury
Galaxy a newspaper printcd at Middlebury in
this State thrce wceks sncccssively previous to
thc time of said Court. 22
ITarrcy Munsill, Judge.
A trnc C"pv f Rcrord
Attcit. Munsill, Judge.
C. M. LEWIS & CO.are now receivmga Iarge
ana ricu assortment of
whicli they are offering at extrcmcly low priccs;
of almost every varicty and stylc.
Also Groceries, Crockery,
Lamp Oil, Cut and Wrot Nails,
READY MADE CL0TMiTt,
Emhracing every varicty of Goods found iu a
All are mot respcctfully invited to call nr.d cx
aminc before pnrcbasing chcn hcre, as our lnotto
is LOW PRICES FOU READY l'AY.
C. M. LEWIS & CO.
Cornwall, Sept. 11, 1848. C0:tf.
GENTLE.MEN visitinir the city, in want of
FIRST RATE CLOTHING, nrc rcpcclfally
invited to call and cxaminc the largct Stock of
Fall & Winter Glothing,
whicli can lic inund iu tlie city. ronsisling ot vv
cry varicty ot uanncnts mnilc up in a supcnur
manner anu wm bc sold ai priccs, as low anv
establishmcnt in thc I'nion. Wo have ulso on
hand a gencral assortment of
Yvuth's Childrin's Ciolhing
manufacturcd in tasty styles. Call carly at
BROWN, LAWRENCE & STICKNEY'S
Nos, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 12,
OLD STATE 1I0USE.
Frontinjr State St . . . . BOSTON. 24
RUTLAND & BURLINGTON
Two assessment' of fivc dollars each have l.ccit
ordercdbvthc Dircctors oncarh harcofthc capi-
tal stock ofthc Rutland and Burlington J.ailroail
Company ; onc payable on thc first, and thc other
rn tbn liitli d:lv (if Octobcr HeXt.
Paj-nicnts may be made to thc Banks of Bur
lington, Vergennes, Middlebury. Bulland, Black
Kivcr, or liellows JrnlM ; to llie Liiciiiin' imiiik,
Kcenc, N. H., to II. O. Pcrkins, Rutland, Edwanl
Pickcring Esq, C0 State Strcct,Bo-iton, or to thc
Trcasurcr at his oflice in jlnitllcbtirr.
SAML'EL SWIFT, Trcasurcr.
Juno 21st, 1848. 18; Gw,
TIIE STEAM T0W BOAT
Capi. N. B. PROCTOR,
Will resumc her rcgtilar trips on Lake Cham
plain,duringthe retof the navigable scason, in
the following manner:
WhltHiall, Jlomliys at 111 a. m. nt Vergennes sainn vc
VerppniiM, 1'ucsd.iy, H Wli iti'hall "
Wbiirhall lVnIiudaji,10 I'nrl Kmt " '
I'ort Krnt, Thnrilaj, 10 U'lillrliall "
Whitthall, Fnilay., 10 VrrprniM-a '
Vwsennw, 13aturday, cj tVIiilcliall "
Stoppingat all intcrmcdialcplacc! for the pur
pose of UECE1VING & DISCIIARG1NG
Boats will be takcn in Tow at any place thai
may be dcsircdby thcni.
O" Particnlar Alttnlion pircu lo ToKing..$l9
FOU sale bv thc Subscribcr,
who have formcd a Copartncr
ship nndcr thc Firm of
O'Flivfcan & ToniN-,
who will kcrp constantly nn
hand. a j.urc artidc nt a little advanro of X. 1 .
pricclcurrcnt, at thc ohl .tand near this villagc,
T. O'FLAXEGAN & WA1. TOBIN.
Middlebury Oot. 2. 1S48.
N. B. All onlers for oil promptly attcndcd to.
Dircct, O' F.& Tonix. 23; tf.
ALL pcrsons indcbted to the suliscribcr, arc
rcnncsted to call and SETTLE before thc lst
of Octobcr ncxt and save cot !
W. P. RCSSEL.
Middlebury, Sept. Ist, 1848. 20
Wm. M. B AS Bf
Physician & Surgeon,
OFFERS hi' profcsional scrviccs to thc inhab"
itants of Miibllcbury and vicinitv, and re'
rpectfully solicits asbare of public patronagc.
D- OFncn in the room immcdiatcly ovcr
Dr. Russcl's Drug Storc, latcly occupicd by J
C. Wickcr. ir,C;m.
T1LE NAT10NAL TSALMIST,
BY MASOX WEBP..
NOW rcady for ilrliiTy, "TIm" Naticinal I'.almi-t : a
new collwlion of Cliurch Mnatr, .c b Ii-113Ia-ron
im.l flcor?!- Jarai-. Wrbli."
TIiiork, upon which iiHirctltan tlire years of libor
hac bceDCipenileJ, i now preMMileil to Clioriitrrs, Trarli
ers of -Miisic aml other-. ai a m-t oomplelc ManTU. or
Tsalmodv, oilaplptl 10 th hc of Choirs, Cotircgationo,
SininjrSrhooK antl Jln-iral Socitie.
In addttion to a larji Taritty of cntirely new Music, fur-ni-hed
by di.tinffui-hed forciu and namn coutribulor,
the " Xational ra!nmt" is blieed to coutain a Iarrer pro
iwinion than anr olber colleclion. of the rich ftandinl
tuoes which the Church Ium UMI for ac, tiut roauy of
which are nevcrlhcle new to thi cimntry.
It contain mot of the popular KudUh Chaatx, aml it
Anthenu, mostly new, are well adapled botU fur Church
worhip and Choir praetice.
IU indexes are ery eoiaplele; embracin? bcsidik the
usual alphabetiral and metrieal inlexe. an index to firl
linesof hymns. &c ar-i " Decrit'e Tal.le..- ii whieh
thc tunca are classitied accordin- to tteir sti le arwl chvrac-
KtTSSni.I. aoJ nOI.nSCLHV's ReaJinl Dook, now
used iu more than 400 toons, and odmilled to lie tiie be-t
aml chcatct now liefi-re the pul.lic
Cla.'ieal and Sclwol Bool, aiI Slationary of all tliHln
furni-hed to Jlcrchant", IVachers and To a at vrav tow
jdiccs. Order roliciled bv .. .
Si TAPPAX, WIIITTF.MOItr. & MASOV,
ftVr 114 Walnii:I"n Plreet, iWlca
One Half Cash
paid for Good Buttcr by
1 H. O'. SMITII.
New Havcn.Muy, 1S1S, 3
YOU CAN SAVE H
By cal'ing in at
No. 1, Tc-legraph Rov.
South sido the Bridgc.
P. P. FB
Is now rccciving an
r M M ENSE STO C
Uinurpssed ia varicty and
UICIINESS OP ST V i
Ile can now exhibit oue of the lar
f7. fTY STs (ri
. v? vif; ii .
In thc Stac,
AND MUCII CIIEAPEI!
Than ever Ixfore k' own !
IE3PIIICES HAVE UALL-N
iCr-GOODS ARE C I1EAP
And he is .ictcrmii.-. t to st
HU 'tnck is too larae to eiiinn... - "
some of his CloaK and Drc--: Gcoi
An endlcss varicty, from 3 12 ; v ...
Mouming Croo s,
Of every dcscrip'iuti
New Stvlo Frcnch and Si-
Kcw Stylc, AMtair L'mirt S
do. Orzai'Iii-, Salii
do. C'uhtlS ''''.-.',
do. La'viu Cloth--.
.. Ca.ihmere Cltil.u
do. Ccslimer; Onsj
do. Dc I.aines
Some handsome for (.hildrcii .-i w
Jleaulifid liroh Mtie and lli
l'oil ile Chcvnre Ti3sui.s, i
Tivstte Mtu'.'iis, i'
Cainbricl.f ,varions tyli- l
A rich 73 ct. artic'.e h -I
Super Dlnck dc. :br V
Suicr KID '.IO . '
Womcn'r? white . n :
JEJ'Silk and Cnlimcrc .
LONG A ND s- i
T, r, -
t. M vl 1.20 ,
10,000 yds. Skeetirrr
iDgs, Drillings & Ti
At priccs which will astonisb 1 .
of supcrior fabric and flnish.
NONE CIIEM ! ';
Tll 1 M M I ; d ,
of nll kinds, best quality.
Likewise abont every arti i
in a fumily. :.
IIOWLAND & BILLS . ,
Fuiuily Flour, fc ! t
A SPLENDID LOT. Ni
vry low, just rccM by
Oct. d, 1848.
LIST OF LK'j
Rcmainingat thc Pot'
Vt, Sept. 30th, 1848.
A. A. Atwood, Jfr
.lamcs A. Aiucs, Ml -
Messrs Ail.cn 5. Brler,lvi'
JIi3 Alary Amlrcws, 1'.
John Boy cc. Mi..
Almcnia Btipgs. I.
Charles Bixby, .) .
John Brown, 1
.Madonc Brwncll, I
Jrr't'ph BowdMi, I
lichacl Crynt-. 1'. .
Mrs. Jerotno A Bcncdici'l '. ,
Miss Ann S. Buttcrficld '
Jainct Cawley, M
Wm. B. Cochran ,
II. Clark, i,
V. V. Clay, ei. .
Mairus Carlton, -.
Miciiacl Colter, ' I
W. Canc, i -
O. B. Cummingi, f-
Miss Ann W. Coofc, M
Mrs. Harrict E. Carr,
Mrs. Sarah Douglass, .
Miss Mary L. Davis,
John Davis, "" .
Anurcw Darcis. " 1
Marlin Dufly, ' I' .
Kdward Id. Diwcy.
Alanson Dusbarni, "V!
l'rof. Oov. IjiIoii, i
Mrs. Ilannah Knglisb,
.Mrs. C.B. Iildridge. ' . K
Daniel Ford, f
Edward I'itch, J ' ,
Isracl D. Frost, .';.
Mi3s Angcline Frccmr.'-.. '
Michacl Galran, M ' ' : .
Matthcw Galnui, i . 1 - .,
Michocl Gralnm 1-
W. B. Gilbert, ' ' . V.' - i-
Philip Gordon, A .
Richard Groom, --
Noah Grangcr, ' ' " "
Miss Catherino Glcif .' ; 'i.
Mon'. Olivcr Ilarpin, V ,
Daniel Healcy, l - - n
Franris ncalcy, S..-. ' '
Kli Holden,. .
Ioyal IlnntingtOn, . v
Dcnnis Hcarmcy, ' "V, '
.Taracs Ilarkin, M'if.
Miss Mary Ilcagin, f...-, :-i V.
Mis Mary Ingraham, S - . . V,-
Horace Irviag, Vi-':- - V
O. G. Koith,
Michacl Kcllcv. A, -.! .
. .'jdt 'i
Miss M!ary Ann Kfllar 1 'r.i
John E. Kinncy, 1
Miss Marv E. fCinncr, M - -John
Wm. S. Lockwood,
Persons calling for . .
ed Lctters will pleasi ".
T;o ccnts in aiMit;.- to
ed on all Advertiscu ; . -I
Xt EDWA' f'