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renncs, with as we bcueve a sinccrcdcsirc on thc
S of he Middlebury corporadon (stmple sou s
Vcc whcthcr an union could bc cficcted. After
uch consultation and comparison of vicws, the
rommittees happily so far agreed as to requcst a
Itleman who was a mcmbcr of the Burbngton
orporation, cminent for l0"
to prepare a bill to be presented to the lcgislature
f J new institution to be crccted upon the union
f ,he old ones. But no sooncr was thcb.ll drawn
npon the tcrms agrced than rcsolnt.on
municatcd from the University dechmng any Air
therproccedings upon thc subject.
Thcreasonsassigncd were that tbc bill a s.t
verv well sbould, provided thatthe locat.on of the
institution was to be dccided by a disintcrcst
ti committce drawn from otbcr statcs who
acnothkelytobc acquaintcd with thc condi
tioU ofauairs, and the feelings of the peoplc, and
IJiold sbould their decission bc in favor of Ud
dleburv tbc munificcnt donation which liadjust
I icn s'ccnrcd would be lost by thc exprcss tcrms
, f l,o nmnnsod bill.
And yct ifPrcsidcnt Labarec is to bc believed j
. . .n rr forfditurc was
of the trustccs of Burlington ble aun to go about tho city, without stop
kamcdinin tbelaw without thc consent ofthe ping evcry moment to cnqu.rc for residcnccs
ronfercncc and whcn discussed tho Middlebury and locations of men in all thc various dcpart
comrautcnamaiousIy oly'cctcd to it, whilc the men,f active lifc Or sbould acountrjman
Burlington strcnuously insistcd upon its rctcntion. ,vantto cquire for tbe lions of tbc city, its
Tbc question was thcn rcfcrred to tbe rcspcctive I pubj;c uu-,dinsSj and pl-ccs of rcsort, bc could
mrporations, and I'rcsidcnt Whcclcr rcplicd to j nQt dQ tQ iav(j onc of tuese alman.
,!, requcst of Middlebury to strikc ouUhc clause tQ q
..rfnrfviturc that he doumcu wncuicr .!v-
t:un would bc di?potcd to do so.
I.'.ncc it bccomcs perfcctly apparent that the
. - ... i . . :nn.;An il, n
.i-on auined lor tius aurupt uauiiui
. - otiation bv Burlington just at a timcwhenthe
faircst for a succcssful issus & bad
,.ro-i.m ' " " , ;
, . n lanrch-(liscusscd, was as wcii uuucituvx -
U rommcncmcnt as at thc conchision of thc nc-
r .iwtion. Tbc same rcmark is applicaulc to tne
r hcr rcasons urgcd for the dtcontinuancc of the
r-uotiation that it might pcril thc location of thc
c .llcgc at Burlington. And yct thc vcry uncx
r ctcd discovcryof thcsc objcctions to union is
pmvrlv urgcd as a rcason for concluding tbe nc-j.-.itUtion.
A- it rclates to tbc History of tbe procceding3
M narrited by I'rcsidcnt Tabarce ncitbcr
I'rcsidcnt 'Whcclcr, nor thc fceblc subaltcrn whom
l,c or tomconecbe seems to havc cmploycd to
hini inhi dtfcnccbavc ventiircd tocontradict
'nius bavc wc at lcast satisfactorily to our
t Ucs cxpocd tbc limpin- apologics of thc Uni
,.ritv for tlic uncercmonious tcrmination of thc
-"t'iation. It is apparent as the sun at noon
,;.. tliat thc momcnt tbc University bcgan to cn
t, n .m an apprcbcusion of thc possibility of a lo
, ; o:i clcwhcrc than Burlington sbc sbmnkfrom
Vl ,,,0-ution of :ui objcct wbicli sccmcd prc-,.,.n-Iy
tobave absorbcd all hcr patrioiic cncrgics.
li. riojrd was too kccn sightcd l.ot to pcrccivc
t',.it -acli mcn as Chanccllor Walwortb, Judgc
K. i,t..Iudgc'Vil!iamsaiid Gov. Kllsworth of Ct.
1 o ould be controllcd by principle alonc inigbt
f ,n! cnnsidcrations in the pccuniary affairs of
i'- tv.o inniiution?, in thc more rctircd position
r:.i. '..ikl urj- Collcgc mid thc grctcr nurnbcr or
li r..-tinuib alumni wbicli might crcatc in
Oi. i. lniinli a dccidcd preforcncc in hcr ftvor.
And now lct us fcebowtlicUnivcrsiry attcmpts
, iuMify tbc 'iii"wkcn ti.ings"' and fjreical
i:i't.i-.!i:igs wbicb havc lx.cn cimcted bcforc thc
i.l.l.c in ivlati.m to this so b.u- talkcd of union
..! ( ollcL'C. In a lctter froin I'rcsidcnt Whcclcr
, .,umnnicau-.l to tbc Chrouick- of the 22d of Xov.
li s,.ns- thlircoq)orationlmdcxamincdwith carc
il.c l.ill tofar as it rclatcs to tbc validity ofthc
.'.-iiipt'on, and riferrcd it to a commiticc lcam
i d in tbc luw who gave to it a carcful invcstiga
jun. and thcir oiiinion ira- tli it tbe f uVcriplion
would !ic forfiilcd in casc of l!ic rcmoval oftbc
t'niver'itv. '''" as the I'rc-idinr and r.ot
iucn was it plainly mniiif-stcil thnt by a rcmov--.1
iir.croi1.-of tdisi ati'iu :n Vermont would
..i". r .i LTca: ln-." Here Oi'-n lic rcitcratcs hi
t.i- icu-c with tbc t.'.n.Jg variation that a
i .rilicr cxamiiiation b.al sbcd jilw light upon a
.r .nin tlic l ill wbosc ii)iiHicnrcs had bccn
,i" linc.-tigaU-il by onc oftbcablest lawycrs in
hc state and mcinlicr of thcir board, and wbose
n tcntion was as strougly iiiMitrd on by thc Uni-cr-irr
as it wasrcsi-tcd by Middlebury.
Althouiih it i!'ij;lit appcar sonicwliat scvcre
i ,'t wc mint say thi is a pretcxt for closcing
tln' discussions, which is too bald and iliinsr in
loxturc to be nseil in ronvincing a peoplc
rir lcss intulliucnt and sa-raciou3 than our
Apiin says the snmc cpistolary cfTort of Pres
i lcnt AVhcclcr as aii cxcuse for not prcsenting
.otbcr project of union afrcr so suddcnly ter
i:.iiialing thc lirt,"the University C'oqx3ra
iuiii was infonncd that in tbc Comniittce of
t'liufcrcncc, thc Committce from Middlebury
t--M in thc outsct that a sulimission of the
Hucjtion of location to an inipartial Conmiittcc
was a sine qua uon with thcm, and it was be.
lieved that any such jilan, not including such
a iibmission wonld be oirensivc." "Wcre this
allcgation not truc, it should havc bccn truc,
as no more fair and impartial nicthod of dcci
ling the quction of the most stirring impor
tance to thc partics in this case could have
bccn rcsortcdto. But that a shic rjna non was
insistcd UXn in the Confcrcncc is absolutely
denicdby the wholo Committce of Middlebury
in the communication which appcars in our
If Prcsident Wheelcr can cscape this as a
question of vcracitv bctwecu him and Alcssrs. j
Labarce, Merrill, and ilathcws, on theground
that some one told thc Burlington board, what
may now bc rcgarded as utterly falsc, it be
comes him or some othcr mcmbcr of his cor
poration to namc thc informant It is trul
gratifying to us to know that no fair ruinded
raan in the lcast acquaintcd with thosc gcn
tl -man whose namcs appcar on our Commit-t'-c
could for a momcnt harbor a scintilla of
t'ou.rfof tho truthfullncss of thcir statcmcnts.
But wc havc neithcr time nor spacc for fur
tbcr rcmarks upon this subjccr, The Corpor
ation of Burlington may have dcclarcd it to
thcir own conscicnces that in the proecedings
in rclation to Union of Collcgcs, their single
purpose has bcen to promote thc intercsts of
education in Vermont- But it will bc hard to
makc thoscofns who havc bccn attcntivc to
tbe signs of the timcsin rclation to this aiTair
bclievcthat that thcir zcalforlcarning in Ver
mont has leadthcmto enquirc for the intercsts
"f education any farthcr than tbey might
tggrandize the University of Vermont, by thc
wergerof Middlebury College. Evcry stcp
tbey have takcn from thc bennnin! and cs-
pinaiiy at tne closeof thc negotiations upon
ilnssubjectmakcsthc true character of thc 1
m"a'-tmn ttiU more transparcnt. U'he firft ,
leUer of Prcsident Labarce made a fearful
fluttcr. But unfortunately evcry fluttcrmakcs
thc disingenousness of thc University stillmorc
strikingly obvious. During all thesc pro
ccedings, Middlebury has bccn the victim
But we bclicve in the cnd slie wiU reap goldcn
fruits. Thc proudspirit of hor numcrous and
powerful alumni throughont the Union has
bccn arouscd. Tho peoplc in this rcgion fecl
indignant at the attempts which have bcen
made to smothcr thcir favorite institution, and
we are happy toannounce to the public that
a subscription to raise an amplc fund for her
support, is mecting with a succcss far beyond
tho most sanguinc anticipations.
Dickixsos's BostoxVlmaxac fok. 1848.
Ve havo rcceivcd a copy of this uscful
ivork. Xo Alraanac wc havc scen will com-pare-ivithit.insplcndid
sion. Xothing could be so uscful to merchants
doing busincss m Boston, as this little annual.
As a busincss dircctory is just what will ena-
(ST A somcwhat plaj-ful rcruark wc vcntur
cd to lnakc, a week ortwosincc, in rclation to
the inaccurate indications of hij thernioruetcr,
seems to havc broiicht on a terriblc outbrcak
of malimiitv.from thcncn of that nian of "hiah
mark and UktWtooil," the cditor of thc Voicc,
Sincc, thould this vcry pink ofcivility cnquire,
he would find that scarcc a subscription for any
public objcct in Middlebury for ycars past, is
without our signature, to which is &mxcdji
donation about as libcral asany of our neigh
lxjrs in proportion to our nicans, wc can hartlly
accountfor neighbour Holcomb's charging us
with niganllincss, unlcss it U bocausc wc rcfu
scd to givc him Five Dollars to hclp him out
his losscs for abusing Ilcnry C'lay, likc a vcry
pickpockct in 1844, nnd atlast tunitng traitor
to abolitionism. This wc havc ncver had oc
casiou to rcgrct, as a nian who has bctraycd
onc party is scldom truc to any.
ThgSsow Tne WcATiien. Wc hadon
Snturdav ni"ht.Eavs the Uoslon 4Zasofyes-
terday, n (all o( about (our or flve inchcs of
snow, wlnch has gtven us the nrsl sleigning
ofthc scaton, and pcople sccm determincd
(o makc llio most of it, as the bells jinled
rigbt merrily throush the dayycslerday. and
all liit cveninjr;. On Sunday aflernoon and
night tbc iveatlicr grcwbhtcrly cold. Thc
tiermoniclcr. yesierdoy mo'ning, in ihc cilv, j
Mi(lirilcil onc dcgrec abovezero. At Nciv
lon. wc undcrstand, it stood at punrisc at 4
bi-loiv; nt ihe Ohpcrvatory, nt Cambridge, 5
bel'iiv; at Doicbesicr, 0 bclow zcro. Frin
conia yct to bc hcard ftom.
Thc Navliiclnd Inquirer, efMomlay, saje
Wiihinihclastiwodayswchavc had proba
bly tbc srcatesl fnll ofsnowthat h.is bccu
knou'N licre at one tiine for Bcveral years.
It conuncnr.rd snoiving pcnlly on Saturday
morninu and rontinued to do eo unlil evening
whcn the wind incrcapcd and tbe stonn be
canic more violent. Ilsnowcd hard all SaN
urdny nigbt. and nntil yestcrday. Thc snow
is eo dccp thul, when it trodden dotvn, wc
tball probpbly have some dnjs offirst-rate
eIciIii -g. roiicoltlicchurches,wc bclicve,
were opcncd yestcrday."
iinrlics ncar Ecantmla, IVow. 21st. killed
abi)iu30,and chascd the resl tivo milcs- He
has gonc to Parras, whcre Ihe Camnnchea
ncre puslcd 900 atrcnj;.
Wclcarnfrnm Ihc Wimlsor Journal that
icn perKon?. supposcd lo have bcen ncces-
sn.y to tlie SM ull., xerc cxnininuu belore
Mr. JiiElice Slevcns on thc 4ih inst. Onc
(iflliem Mirhacl 'c Gintv, was ordcrcd lo
bc commilicd for lri.il willi bnil thrcc oth
crs wcre tiut nndcr bonnsof$500 ench.and
tlicoll.crsix wcredisrlnrged. Somchveniy
or thirty Irielirncii arc more or Iess impli-
New IIavex Affuay. Tutor Goodrich,
whovc lifo has liccn considercd in dangor for
some days, in conscqucnce of a blow rcceivcd,
as mentioncu in our last paiier, mucli oettcr,
and will probably rccovcr. Thc bail of the
two riotous ttiidcnls cnsaceil in this aflravhas
b.icn raiMHl toS 10,000 cach. Xcither of thcm
wcre ablc to jirocurc bail, and werc coinmittcd
bkigiitox mai:ki:t .ioiKnjf )rc.27, 184
Jlrjtortal fijr the Daily Adnrtistr.
At market 550 Becf Cattlc, C0 Storcf,
7500 Sbccn, and 1C0 Swine.
Pi'.ices Becf Cattlc Extra, S7; first qnal-
ity, SK 02; seconil quality, 55 50 a C; tlnrd
qualitv, 4 25 a a 25.
Working Oxcn Sales at S70, 75, 78, and
Cows and Calvcs Salcs at S2G. 32, and at
Storcs A fcw s-alcs only clTectcd.
Shccp Sales at Sl, 1 12, 1 33, 1 C2, and
1 81, 2.
The frccholders and inhabitants of thc vil-
lagc of Middlebury, are hercby notified that a
mcetins ofthc Conioration of said villacc, will
be holdcn at tbc Town Itoom on AVedncsdav,
thc 5th dav of Januarv, 1848, at onc oclockin
. ' o i i i
lst, Tlic clcction of ofiicers for thc cnsuing
2nd, To votc a tax upon the inhabitants of s'd
villagc, todcfray tho expensc of thc same,
the ycar cnsuing.
3d, To do any ofiier busincss that may bc
presented before the Corporation whcn
JAMES M. SLADE, Clerk.
Middlebury, Dec. Oth, 1847.
Read the follqwing, It is really aelnnisli-
ingtoseewunltvondcrlui curesare prt'lormed
by the use of the Sarsaparilla and Tomato
Extractofaletter from Dr. Williamaof
Genrlemen I will thank you to Eend me
two dozcn more of your Sarsaparilla and
Tomato Bitters. I liavo uscd it with creai
success in four cascs ol dyspepsia, curing
cach ol them in an almost incredible short
time ; likevvise ono case of scrolulous humor
and one of laundice. 1 ronsider U a valua
ble compounil.aml must say I have nsed it
with the happicst effects. Shauld likc to
have it so soon as convenicnt. One of Ihe
cases ol dvEDensia wns a irp.tlncman who had
fuffercd a Iong time, and had been to Ihe
ojirinjzs lor iwo seacons.
A. Uoydcn, Esq of Cambridge, cnred of
me dyspepsia ofaycar standinj, afier trv
a hundreu rcmedies without the lcast
w r Rl&SEL Agent
A scssion of (bc State Asscmbly of the United
Brotliers ofTempcrance of thc State of Vermont,
will bc holden at the Hall of Middlebury Assoeia
tion, !'o. l.onthe first 'Wcdnesday of Januarv,
1848, at 11 o'clock, A. M. '
rillLIB. C. TUCICEE, Jr, Itec Sec.
Thc anual meeting of the Stockboldcrs of the
Middlebury Manufacturing Company, for thc
choicc of ofSccrs and the transaction of other com
pany busincss, will lc held at the 'Vermont Ilotcl
in Middleburr, on Thursday 27th day of Januarv
1 84 8, at one o'clock P. M.
HUSSEL VALLET, Clerk.
Middlebury, Dec. 27, 1847.
Washington Engine Co. No, 1.
TIIE mcmbers of said company arercques
tcd to mcet at thc Vermont IIotel, on
Wcdnesday cvcninj, thc 5th day of Janiiary,
1818, at.C l-2o'clock; for thc purpose of clect
ing ofliccrs for the ycar cnsuing and doing any
othcr business thought propcr -whcn met.
I5y onler of LEVI PECK, Capt.
Middlebury, Jan. 1, 1848.
N. B. The attcndance of thc FmE "War
dexs b dcsired at the same tiine and place.
By rcquest of many of the 'Wabdexs.
TIIE annual mecting of thc Middlebury
Femalc School Vssociation, will bc holdcn at.
thc Vermont Ilotcl, onTliesday (this cvcning)
Jan. 4th, 1848, at C o'clock.
A. AVILCOX, Secrctary.
TIIE annual meeting of thc Middlebury
Savings Bank Corporation, will be holdcn at
the Book Storcof J. Hagar, on Monday eve.,
10th January, at 6 o'clock, agrccable to thc
Bve Laws. J. I1AGA1C, Ircasurcr.
Middlebury, 3d Jan. 1848.
Addison Co, Agricultural Soci-
Thc annual mcctinsr of thc Managcrs of thc
Addison County Agncultural Socicty will be
holdcn at thc Town Koom, in Middlebury, on
thc 8th of Jan., (Saturday).It is expected tlie
Mumigcrs will all attcnd.
E. W, BLAISUELL, Jr., Sec.
Weiciit's Ixdian Vkcetaele Pills are a
safc, casy, and ccrtain curc for Colds and Coughs;
bccausc tbey carry otT, by thc stoinach nncTbowcls,
tho-c morbid humors, which, if depositcd upon tlic
lung"!, are the causc of tbc above dangcrous cora
plaint3. A single twcnty-fivc ccnt box of said In
dian Vcgctablc Piills is gencrally sulBcient to
makc a pcrfect cure of tbe most obstinate Cold
at thc same time digcstion is improvcd, and the
blood so complctcly purilicu, tliat new Inc and
vigor will bc givcn to thc whole frame.
Ilcnarc of CounterfciU of all kindn ! Snmcar
coated with tusar. oihcrs arc made to rcscmblc
outward appcarance tlic originalracdicinc The
safcst coursc ip, to purchae uf ttie regular ngcnts
only, one or more of whuin may bc found in cvcry
lillagc and town in tlie Stalc.
V. Kussel, and o. Moody, Agents.
Who arc nuacks. Tbc administrator of calo-
mel ? thc profcssor of thc Watcr curc ? thc dis-
ciplc of thc grcat Hahncmanii who adniinisters
his minutcs dozcs, and wondcrs at the nonbclicf of
the million? tlic btcam doctor: tue isotamcal
doctor' the mcsmcrizcr 1 and tcn fhousand in
vcntors of Patcnt curealls? which is TiiEonctnic
svstem? wc pause for a rcply. Our Courts of
Justicc sbow tbe blistcriug, blceding. calomcl fac
nllv oftcn arraiucd for manslaughtcr; but likc a
hand of brotliers tbey swcar cacli othcr through
thick and tbin. The Watcr cure has men like Sir
E. L. Bulwer to provc its powerful mcdicinal a
gcncy, ovcr all odicr rcmedies. Tbcn stcp3 forth
a hot of bclievcrs in Homcrpathy thc oslv true
svstem sav tbey. olt no, it is stcam only, says a
most rcspcctauic group, wincu you can reijr uuuu,
it curcd us whcn all clsefailcd: bold! says an-
othcr party, botaiiical treatmcnt has provcd itself
thc only salc and rcliauie means oi curc, wo nave
bcen tbrongh all yoursystcms and tbey nll failcd
liotanical treatmcnt cured us : A loud crj- as
from millions of voiccs Viiu?hns Vcgctablc
Litbontriptic Mixturc tliclircat Amcncan Jlem
cdv, aftcr all other lnedicincs had provcd futilc.
savcd ourt livc. So wc go reader, nnd thc agents
of this mcdicinc in this placcwill givc you a pam
phlct. look into it. Pr. G, C. Vnuglins Litlion
triptic selU at a ratc of manv tboiH.nnds pcr vcar.
36 2w H.i- iiuaatij, iigcni.
WISTARS BALSAM OF WILD CIIEBUy.
We have not unfrcqucntlr called attcntion to
this nrticlc in tbe colnmns of onr paper, and we
havc done so with the full confidcnce that it was
a good onc, and dcscrving the patronagc of the
public. Wc have had a chance to witncss its cl
fccts upon some of our friends, which in nddition
to tbe bigli encomiums pased upon by our brcth
rcn ofthc prcss, not inpaid pufts, but in honct
candid statcmcnts from having derivcd n bcncfit
thcmselves, makcs us "dcsirous of adviing all
thosc who havc occasion to rcsort to a rcmedyfor
pulmonary affcctions, to avail thcmselves ot it.
Wc havc "too much confidcnrc in Mr. Fowle, the
nroDrietor. to believc he would thnist this, or an-
othcr mprlirinc unon the commtmitv, unlcss he
had full faith in its cfficacy iu confirmation of
wliich thc propnctor otlcrs a mass oi icsiimony
irom me uiosi uiniueMiuHauiu suhito. x'tiuiw
would wc be undcrstood as savins tliat this will
alwavs cnrc consumption after it is scatcd, al-
tliougli it scldom l;uis to rencvc me worsi cascs
but at this scason ofthc ycar almost cvcnr liody
i Iinhlc tn n rold. which" if ncfflected. will lead to
fatal rcsnlts liy taking this mcdicine, wo doubt
not many lives mav ue savcu.
Kew Englu).d Yasliinijlonian,BosU)n,Jan.2 1847.
For salc, wholesale nnd rctail, by
W. 1. Itussell, AgCnL
In tlie city of Vergennes, on thc 25th inst,
by Philip C. Tucker, Esq., Mr, James W.
Lawrencc, toMissMarictta Taft, both ofthat
At the same time, and by thc same, Mr.
Philo C. Buck, of Ilinesburgh, to Miss Fran-
cis W. Rowell, ofthat city.
In this town, on thc 23d of Nov., Mr. Jona
than Scllick, to Miss Martha Collins, both of
In this townon the 28th of Dec. last, aftcr a
vcry short but severc illness, Mr. Ichabod M.
Cushman, aged C0 ycars.
In Bristol, on thc 24th of Dcccmber last,
Mrs. Almira Uall, wife of Horace E. Hall. a
gcd 33 ycars. ;
In Norjh Fcrrisburgh, Nov. 30th, Mr. Ed
mund Lyman, agcd 46 ycars.
Printcrs in New Hampshirc, Massachus
ctts and New York, arc rcqncstcd to publish.
On the 20th, Albcrt R. Casey, a student of
Middlebury College, agcd 23 years.
Yes, Casey, thou art dcad ! Tliou in talcnts
so rarely cqualled; tliou in manlmess ncver
surpassed, art gonc; thou champion of our
rights, thou upholdcr of ourname, ncver again
shall we grasp thymanly hand. To thy friends
we can truly cxtend the hand of sympathy,
for they havc bcen smitten indccd 1 Tliey
havc lost what wc rarely find, agenius; willing
yca anxious, to cultivatc the rare talcnts bc
stowed by a libcral hand. Ours is no idle con
dolenec, no cmpty sound, it comes from the
heart, it is felt bycach, bv evcry oucoftis,
forwe too, havc lost thee from whosc noblc
ncss, from whose fricndship, we promiscd our
sclvcs so much, and with thcm must we say,
but Oh, how hard. FarewcU
Bv a Classmate.
F. W. C0ILXHS
TVTOW offeis for sale at the Cah 5tore in Ver--L
gennes, one ofthe richest and most desirable
everbeen in Vermont, and at such extreinely
low prices as to dely all compelilion. He now
olTers at reduced prices:
50 BROWN, OLWE, GREEN,
BLK. and BLUE SUR.T0UTS, and
0VER SACKS, from 12 to 20.
150 BEAVER, PILOT, AND SAT
INETT, do. from 4 to 10,00
275 UiSER SACKS & FROCKS
of all Gradcs and Colors, from 2,75 to 9.
500 Pairs Pants. from 1,50 to 4,00.
800Vests, " G7cto5,00.
15 doz. Wool Sliirta and Drawers.
AND A FRESH VARIETY
Of Gextlemexs FURNISnDfG Goods.
Of All Desckiptioxs.
Vergennes, Dec.SO, 1817.
HAV1NG visited all the desirable places in
the Union beaides manv not so desirable and
colleclcd all theimprovemenls ofthe divine art of
isnow prenaredlodo the most ample iustice to
any kind of portrait; profile, or pictnre on the
mostreasonable terms. He will lake pictures
singly, in pairs, and by the dozen, scperately, col
leclively, and promiscuously, To the man with
a family of siz, he will take tbelot at a dollar &
a quarter a ncad; u ajamily wuntwenty in it,
he will take the crowd for nolhing, and board
He will go to the houses of the lazy and the
sick, brigg his trap along with him. He will do
thc business, not scurvily, obscurely or unsatis
factoiily, but in a handsome, artist-like manner.
SpEciMP-xsat No. 7, Nichols' building, inclu
ding a pictnre of the Senate, 18H some ofthe
most distinguished men in the Union some not
sodistinguished, and some of thclikeliestlooking
girlsin the counlry in short, a soit of travcling
museum picture gallery. Admittancefiee.
N. B. Mr. Baldwin will be atNewHaven
Street on neit week Tuesday.
Middlebury, Ucc.'M, 1H17. sd.
A good assortmcnt of Cloths suitable for OVEB
COATIXGS, in Black, Bromis nndTJlucs, also,
a fcw picccs SUl'EB GEHMAN PLAIN AND
TWILL'D CLOTHS AND DOE SKINS, for
sale chcap by E. VALLETTE.
Burning Fluid, &c,
4 BBLS. PATEXT BURNING FLU1D,
2 CASKS WINTER OIX,
4 BOXES COMFOS1TION& SPERM CAN
DIiES, in store and for sale bv E, VALLETTE.
Pish and Fruit.
SUPERIOR GRAND BANK CODFISII,
No. 1, HALIFAX SALMON
No 1 and 2 MACKEREL, in Bbbls.jJ-half do.
FRESH BUNCII RAISINS, in whole and qr.
FRESH RICE, J-c just rcceivcd in store, and
for sale bv E. VALETTE.
Dec 6th, 1847.
I bcreby g:ve notice that I havc this day
given my son, Ileman Ilill, his time and shall
pay no dcbts ofbis contracling nor clairc his
Starksboro' Vt.Nov. 13th. 1817.
WATER PROOF Leatiier Preskrver.
A Superior article forHarnesses, Chaise-tops
Uoots, anoes, &c, tor sale Dy
JAMES M. SLADE & CO.
Niddlebury, Nov. 1C, 1847; JiO; 3mJ
STATE;OF VERMONT 1 Be it rcmcmbcrcd
District of Addison ss. ( th.it at a Probate
Court holdcn in nnd for thc District of Addison,
on thc 27th day of Dcccmber A. D. 1847.
S. H. Hollcy and Lydia Larrabce named cx
ccutors m an instrument purporting to ht thc last
will and tcstamcnt of
J01IN S. LARRABEE
latc of Shoreham in said District dcccascd, prc
sents the said instrument for probate: It is thcrc
tipou ordcred, that said instrument be considered
for probate, by this Court, at the 6ession thcrcof
to bc licld at the oihce of tlic llcgistcr ol this
Court, in said Middlebury, on Thursday tlie 20th
day of January next, nt one o'clock in thc after
nooriiJond tlia t notice thcrcof bc giTcn to all pcr
sons intercsted, that tbey may, appcar and mako
thcir obicctions if any thev mav havc. to the pro
bate and allowance of said will, by publishing a
ccrtified copy of this order in thc Nortbcm Galaxy
ancwspapcr pnnted atsaid Jliddlcbury tlircc
wccks succcssively prcvious to the time of said
J:d. S. Bushnell Rtgislcr.
A true copy of rccord.
Attest Jcd. S. Sushiull, Rrgitltr. 36
STATE OF VERMONT ) Be it rememberfd
District of .Addison ss. X that at a Probate
Court hcld at Middlebury in and for the District
of Addison, on the 23d day of Dec. A.D. 1817
Olivcr J. Eells, administrator with the will an-
ncxed of tbe estate of
late of Cornwall, in said District deceascd, pie-
sents his administralion acconnt for allowance!
It istberefore ordercd. that said acccnnl be exam
tned and considered for allowant-e by this Conrt
at a session thereof to be hcld at the office of the
Rcgister of this Court in said Middlebury, on
Thursday the 20th dav of Januarv next. at one
o'clock in the aflernoon, and. that notice thereof
be given toall persons mterested, that they may
apnear and maKe their obiections, uany they may
i ' . . .i ii . -1 ' . . t.
iiuvl, iu uic (inuwaiitc ui Mia accouui, uv puu
lishinga certified copy of this order in the Nor
fhern Galaxy a newspaper printcd at said Mid
dlebury three weeks succcssively previous to
tlie time oi saia coun.
Jcd. S. JJushmll Regisier.
A true copy of record.
36 Atlest Jid. S. Bushnell Rcgister,
DRUG & MEDICIN
THE subscriber has on hand
an cxtcnsivo and varicd assort
mcnt of pure Drugs and Mcdi
icincs cmbracing the varions
Chcmicals, Essential Oils, Ex
tracts, Shakcr Mcdidncs, Per
fumery, &a, also Snrgical Instru
mcnts, Trusses, and is sgent for
all thc popular I'atent Rcmedies
of thedav,likcwise afull stock of paints,Oils,Dyo
Stuffs, Sp'ts Turpentinc, Vamisbcs, Japandrymg
Gbiss Putty, Brushes of all kinds,
of all descriptions, in short the cntirc cataloguc o
articlcs pcrtaining to a Country rctail Drug Store
all of which ho ofifers to tbe publie
as can be purchased in Addison County. Thc at
tcntion of Phvsicians and families is rcspcctfully
solicitcd. G. W. PARMELEE.
Bristol, Nov. 12, 1847. 23;tf.
Sessions ofthe Probate Court for the Dis
trict of Addison, will hereafier be hejd at the
office' ofthe Register olsaid court, in Middle'
buryjon the first and thirdThnrsdays of every
calendermonih. at 1 o'clock in the aflernoon.
JED.S. BUSHNELL, lUsisler.
Middlebury, Dec. 1, 1847.
is rcady with a SHLL
gooa rcpair. to
grind all kinds ot
On short notice. Call at his Oil Mill, one
mde north of Jliddllebury Villagc.
T. O. FLANAGAN
Dec 27, 1847. 35;2
WOULD inform tho public thathe sliall be
in Bristol on the 4th day of January next and
remain thcrc uunng tho weck.
Middlebury, Deccmbcr 27, 1847.
On Wcdnesday cvcning last, betwecn Mid
dlebury and Salisbury, on the middle road, a
Black Fur Muft ot a miduling size. Any per-
son who will return said mufT to the oihce of
the Galaxy will do an act of iustice to thc
subscriber and bc cntitled to his thanks.
Middlcbury, Dec. 27th, 1847.
New Gools. notoldones. but all fiesh and new
of evcry dsscription.consistingof Staple and fan.
cy Dry Goods, Muffs and Boas, Victorines Bal
falo Robes, Carpets, Otter Caps, Boots & Shoei,
togetherwithl5hhds. Sngars, lOof Molasses, 25
Chests of Tea.hnd ten thousandothcrarticlesare
now offered at unheardof low prices, NO MIS
TAKE. Great indncemenlsto Cash Cusiomers
coworTered. Nowisyonrtime toclotheandfeed
yourselvcs chcap. P. W. COLLINS.
vergennes, Dec.au; lbl7.
-THE ENTIRE WORK UNABRDDGED.
IX 05JE VOLnJIE, cnowN QUAUTO.
rlr Tliis valuablc and Standard Work, which
stands unrivaled by any similar publication in tlie
EnglUh Languagc, having bcen thoroughly rcvi
scd by PnorESSon C1IAUNCEV A. GOOD
RICH, of Yale College, assistcd by sevcral distin-
tinguisbcd literary gcntlcmcn, has jnst becn pub-
lislicit. ainnytnousanu woras havc bcen addcd,
Tables showing thc pronunciation of Gcographi
cal, Scriiiturc, and Classical Proper Namcs, a Me
moir of tbc Anthor, &c, &c. Originally told for
S20. l'ricc ofNcw fcdition, S6. lor Sale at the
Bookstorc of L. W. CLARK.
Wc, the subscribcrs, bcing appointed bvthe
Probate Court for thc district of Addifon
Cornmissioncrs, to receive cxammc and adiust all
claims and dcmands of all persons, agamst the
lato of Middlebury, in said district dccesaed.and
also all claims and dcmads exlubcd m ollsct
thcrcto: and six months from the 8th day of Dc
ccmber, being allowcd by said couit for that pur
pose, wc do thcrcfore hercby gire notice that we
will attcnd to the business of oursaid appointmcnt,
at the oflice of Ozias Seymour in Middlebury on
tho 12th day of January and first day of June
next from nine o'clock A, M.until four o'clock P,
M. on cach of said days.
Ozias Seymour 1 Commis
Aamm Parker ( sioncrs.
Datcd at Middlebury, this 23d day of Dcccm
ber, 1847. 35
Satislicd that the bcst place to buy
Clothes, Clothing, and
DRY GOODS. IS AT
W, S, JQH&SOiTS.
The stcady iacrcasc of his busincss and tho
Excellent Fitting 6arments;
with which he is daily supplying liiscustom
ers, the superior stylo and durability of his
work and tho
which hc eells his Gnods, shows that the a
bove statemcnt can bc relied upon as liuo.
10 Pieces SUPER FRENCH MERLNOS:
Thc most desirable article (or for
LADIES CLOAKS & DRESSES
A ficsh supply ju6t rcceivcd nnd for salo
bv E. VALLETTE.
' Dec. 7, 1S47.
List of Letters
Remaining inthc Post Ofiicc at Middlebury
Vt., Dec. 31st 1847.
Allcn C. Bakcr,
Edwartl P. Bradlcy,
Rcv. Mr. Bingham,
Ilcnrj- F. Johns,
Scth W. Kccler,
Miss Marycttc Kclscy,
Miss Mary E. Kclscy,
Miss Abigal Morsc,
Miss Ilannah Millcr,
Miss Marv Mcgcn, 'l
m itnn. ...kxj .w..u..w ' .... . i
Stores Clough, Mks Lucy Matthcws,
II. II. Champlin,
J. W. Diller,
Israel F. Enos,
Miss Emelinc Martin,
Miss Mary Mc. Gough,
Samucl Mc. Kic,
Charles Mc. Callcy,
Richard Mc. Knight,
Miss II. W. Ncwton,
Sir Asahcl Newton,
Miss Rachel Piercc,
2R. L. Perkins, 2
D. S. Frcnch,
Norman W. Pcrry,
n iv n fniKimrtliH. F. Pcrrv.
Oscar C. Fulton, Gcn. E. P. Picrcc,
Tliomas Flanasan. David Packard,
Nathl. Foster, Paul A. Read,
O. C. Foot, Anurew numcnura,
Carlton Farnesworth, Henrv A. Rogcrs,
Hiram Fullcr, JohnT. Read,
Mrs.Lucinda A.FullcrHam's Ricc,
John G. Gay, Esq., .Josepn itoaic.
Mrs. Betsey Robbins,
Mrs. Emelinc Smith,
David Smith, -John
Mrs. Lydia Johnson,
. iiunungion, miuwui uimi
Jercmiah Iloughhand, Miss. Emily J. Tnissell
Saml. D. llollistcr, JN. uppcr,
Michacl Hchir, Joel Thnyer, 2
Jlary Halleran, Goorgc Thomas,
Dennis Harnett, 3Mrs.CIarissa Wilcox,
Wcsan Ilutt, Clark Woodward,
Calnn Ingraham, Michael Wnamara,
Ilannah Johnsan, Alvan Wooster,
E. C. Johnson, Archibald Wood,
Edward Jewett, E. S. Woolsey.
rS" Persons calling for any of thc above
mentioncd LeJtcre will pleaso to dcsignate
thcm as Advertised.
Two cents in addition to tho postage arc
charitcd cn all advertised Letters.
EDVARD DOWNING BARBER, P.M.
200 boshels heavy grey Rock Salt on hand and
for sale by JAMES M. SLADE & CO.
Nov. 22,1817. 30; 2m.
Rutland and Burlington Rail
The annnal meeting of the stockholders ofl
the Rutland and Burlington. Rail Road Com
pany, will bc holden at the Court IIousc in
Rutland, on tho second Wednesday, being the
12th day of January next, at onc o'clock in
tne atternoon, tor Ihe election of dircctors, and
the transaction of any othcr busincss rclatinj;
Middlcburj-, Dec. 7th, 1847.
By rcquest, 1 havc deposite.1 atljtrrabecs Point
25oooii.sof MiiiFecd f0r iiorses, Cattie aud
Shecp,whicliis offered for salc, at S100 to S15o'
for lOOlbs. or from IGtoSlcts pcrbushel accor -
din,S,'l?,:l1''-, . ,
Mr. o. u. Kockweu will attcnd to -thc mIa uri
deliycryof the same. J. N, WILLARD.
j.roT,. i.xiec isi, icn.
TJALLET, CUMSTON & ALLEN, late IUL -
jljl lt, uavis, anu succcssora to jjboto
and Halixt, continuc to manufacturo
of various stvlcs, at their old stand, No. 335 Wosh-
ngton-St., Boston, whcre friends and patrons ofi
the old fikm, are mvitcd to call,
ltCfcr tO itARVET liELL, tSQ.
Deccmbcr 1847. 34:Gm
WOULD give notice that she willso farrcsumdf38.1 ! Vorninnt Hoiel, would resrcctful-
her busincss of MUXINERY, as to make'1-7 ,"v". nl3 !,J casion'.ers. nnd the public in
thc various kinds of Framed BONNETS, CAPS,,
HOODS, &c. but will donotbiii". the prcsentsca-
Jianng spcnt some ot tlic last monuis m Jloston
and its vicinitv, and providcdhcrself with the latest
Pattcms, thinVs she shall bc ablc to do work in
the most modcm stvle. Articlcs not fumishcd.
Situatcd in llio same house as formcrlv. (Third
Middlebury, Doc. 16, 1847.
Tbe stockholders of tlie Bank of Middlebury
are bcrel.y notificd'iliat thcir annual mecting for
tlie clcction of scrcn directors of said Bank, will,
be hcld on thc 18th day of January next, at one ,
o ciock rji at uicir uankinK iiouse.
Bank, Middlebury 14th Dcccrnljcr, 1847.
JOS. WARNER, Oisiii.
THE subscriber. having rerenlly hought n furm in Mnnkion, nnd hnr
ing nlte.'cd his calculations, ofTcrs said farm for bMc if npplicntion be niude
betwcen this dalc and the first of April next. Said fnriu contnins 113 a
crcaoi good land, beaulifully watered, well c-dculated lor n dairy, Ivint;
one raile and a hall from ihe Borough, nnd ono niile south nf Moii'ktiin
Ridge. There is on tlie larm a good Iiouse, wnod houfo, two barns, su
Car works and orchard ; is well (cnccd and limbcrcd with hurd wond nnd
pine. Rcfcr lo Natiian Habdy or Damiel Skifp of Mnnktin. or tho
subscriber in Middlebury. ELIIIU P. PECIC-
January 3, 1S4S. 3G; 3w.
Finding it for his intcrest to close his
Ofiers lo scll for CASH, his cntire stock ol DRY GOODS, CROCK
ERY, HARDWARE & MEDICINES
Togcltic with a larjje atnck ol
Groceries, Paints Oils, Nails, Iron, &
teel as above,
With tho nddition of Freiglit on thc last natncd article?.
Cr"T$T "ffS ALL Persons indebtcd lo ilic'nbnva conrcrn, nrc
Jr3l'l Jl3 requcGted to eetllclhe samo iminedialt-ly. as ihe lnni
nesa will Posilircly hc closcd ihc prcscnt vrintcr. and thc ROOIC rcmov
cd. P. W. COLLINS.
Shoreham, Jan. 1, 1S13. , 30;il
FI1AICIS & SOI
NOW OFFER ONE OF THE
EVER brousbtinto Vermont which were bought for CASH at a Urjr,
discount and n bich will he sold at Iess than adrerlisod by nny one, for Casb,
Credit, nr Prodncc, among which aro -
3,000 Yards Dress Goods, embracing
Super Fiench Merinos, Parametta Cloths. Gala Plaids, Mo
hair lusires. Chameleon co.. Rumbazincs, Alpines, Silk warp
and olher Alpaccas, Casbmercs, D'Laines, rich plain and Iwillcd
Ginchanu, Italian Gro de Rhine and fanry Silks. AI39
10,000 Yds Calico Prinls of most fash-
iouab!estvlesfrom4 l-2cupwards. Large stork of MOURN
2,000 Yds rJ arlton, Swiss, Nansook,
Jaconel aad Book Mnslios, Plain. Corded aud Pbid Cam
brics. 10,000 Yds Extra Fine Bleached &
heavy Brenn SHEETINGS & SHIRT1NGS, TICKING-Sf
French Collars, Laccs, Edgings, Inssrtings. Gimps, Fringes,
Cord, .Buttoqs. Bonnet Satins and Silks. Ribbons and Rib
bon Frwges, jPlumes and Anificials, Barragr, Cypres nnd
wrought Lace VEILS, Worsted Damask and.Moreen, Liueo
.Damask and Diapera, Coilon do.
l,000iYds Irish Linen from 30 cents
upwards. Some verv fine Silk and Tabby VeheK.
SHAWLS & HDK'FS very low.
Carpctius. Carpet Bags nmhrellas.
"Purse Twist, Steel BcaJs, Tassels, Fringcs and Claipf .
Together wiih almotl everj article inquired for.
50 Tons of Hay.
Thc aboTe qsastity of Hay, forty lou of whiclf
was cut unon tho farm of t!ielate Samucl Hnrlbut
dcceased.is now for sale.
The hay is of thc vcry bcst qnah'ty, tha most o
which k in bams.and can bc rctnovcd or'fcd out
uporithoprcmiscs. Inqnire of tbo subscriber rrear
Charlotte. Dec. 8. 1 S47. 3S
100 Selecled Kxvcs
for sale by the subscriber.
Cl t KENT WRIGHT.
Shoreham, Nov. 22, 1817.
P.ntlanrl anrl RnrliriFtnn
XtUUaUU ctUU DlUliliglUiL
! TWO assessments offiver dollars cach, havo
Iwpn tim n;
Icapital stocfe of tl,c Rctuisd & Bckunoto.v
IHail-Iioad Company onc made pnyable on tho
mui aay ot january next. anu the other on tlm
U5th tlay of Februsry next.
I Favment mnv twrnniTn nt tTi TtflntroftfTtntmn.
'ton, V'crgcnncs, Middlebury. Rutland, Black Rir-
r or Jicnows ialls, Lhcsliirc Unnk, Keene X. II.
to Edwanl rickcring, Esq., No. 64. State Strcet
xjuston, or to tne i rcasurcr at atiddlebury, Vt
SAMUr:i. SWIFT, Trcasnrer.
aiiaqieuury, Dcccmber 7, 1547. 33;G
HORACE NICHOLS. liavinff 'rrno.eii
!his Cabinet Shoti to a huildino'. nfewrnda
genernl, to call and exnmine Ins slnclc of
H A "DT'iTT?m rr ITITl
UxLJDJLLX -Li X VV XJLlAul.
rti.t.h k-,:i ti ,, ,i.,. j . ,
'"' ' " ,CTy rfduced F"""-'
P3?? " mos! .k,,"ds ' J""01'1-"-. An worfe
,"is line which may be ordercd. will heex-
ectiieu at snort notice. and in n saltsractory
Lmanncr, tind on tbc most reasonabte Irrnig.
5C3CorriS8 made to order.
' C"Those who owe me, will much ob!ire
i"c by;cal!inand pay ing what isnow dtTv
WANTED, By the Subscriber,
50CO feet nfPine Boardi
3000 " of Bassivnod do.
fof wIlich ;., n . ,'
MMdlcbury.iNov. 3lt. 1S47. 3t-.il,