in uliicb thcy had bccn grcatty addcd by ad
Thc cditor of tlic Burlington Scn-
that hc has bccn reccntly iiiformcd
by Jr.Simmons, tliat hc employcd weckly o-
vcr 150 malcs and 250 fcniale operauvcs, uuu
that within thc 4Shours prcvious, hc had paid
out 83,000 in Cash, for woric J.no
mcntof this gcntlcmcn vnll ue sccn m our
pcr of this wcek.
Thc fact cannot bc disguised that thc war
partofGov.Young's mcssagc, is producingn
serious scnsation among thc whig party in Al
tanr. It finds no rcsponsc in thc mtnd ofa
ringle whig, and is uttcrly disgosUng to thc
party. But thc locos arc jollifyingovcr ltvntli
atgusro from one end ofthe Union to thc
nthcr." How very comfortable to havc John
Yoang in a publicdocuincnt fling into thc facc
ofthc whig party, that palpable uritruth,
foartcen timcs repcateu by Uic X'rcsiucnt in
Wsmossagtf to Congrcss, that Mcxico coinmcn-.
ccdthewar. It is tco inuch a la rruxle John!
Tyler, and cxhibit cithcrtrcachcry to thc par-
tv who havc sustaincd him, ora-vcrdancy in
t'bc politiral history ofthe country, uttcrly con
turoptiWe iu thc Govcnior ofa statc. Can it (
bc posablu that John Young is aspiring to .1 (
companionsliip on thc Presidential Ticket with
Gcn. Tnylor. In thcsc qucer times tmth is ,
sivactimcs more innrvclous than fiction. Such
i- thc cupidity for powcr thst the mcrest shad- '
,w ofa possibility of bcing a President, sccms
to luni thc braius of almost every man who
, .m cntertain thc most slcnderhopc ofsuch an .
clciaiion. John 1 oung cithcr lor iih mau-n-s
or folly, has immortalizcd himself.
Timr.F. TilcmiONDS IX TIIK FIELD.
Thc rcflc-ction must strike cvcry onc who j
looks at thc fubject, that thc gamc now play- j
iifor the rrosiili'iicv bv thc thrcc northe.rn I
h-K-klcrcrs for.southem oa, Messr?. Dallas,
Ilu-hanan and Caa?, is a pcrilous onc forthcm.
LVh U cndi'avoringto out-tnunp thc othcr in
a.owing sontimonts upon slavi-ry which iu a
liirtbern man, thc South must rcgard with su
; remu contcinpt. Thc darkest sediments of
I K-o-f x-oi.-in scv.m to bc stirred up in thcir bos
m to secure thc fu-ccs3 of thcir mcreinary
nnibition. All sccm to bc as anxious to invot
t':.-niselvcs in thc splemlid Jivtrry of tlicir
- ..ithern taskmasters as if tlic north would
';! rcinain tho paralizcd tliing flic cvcr lias
N.-n in thc prciilcntial can-a-. Of this prec
i m trio, Gcn. Cass has mariv hiniself thc niost
; i;.rutucly ridiciilous. Having oncc dcclai-cd
liiia.-t'.f for the 'nimot l'rovi, hc cncountcrs
t"f Wi cvon of liis oivn jarty for his vassila
tinirrimrse. I5ut liow can thcsc doughface
pi-i t that those to whoni thcy arc doing thc
ni-Kt abji'i t honiagc, vriil tnist ihem in thc
Tiaitorsto tlicir oivn foiistituencic?, thcy
placp no i nnfiilcnre in thcir jibjcct sul mii
Ycrily ll.oMJ nspirants aro jilajing
i:io..as!ii!ic. At the prcfdit i risis as tlicy (lid
in '11 tl c South will go for no northcrn man
v'.th joutl.cm primiihs. II cy will have
timrthing nion- reliable than n iiortlicrn
'Irmg-fai-c. At thc cnd of the racc we shall
f :id thov livn dw.irfiil out of thcir politicali'.x
iMcniv by iho-i' to v.hom thcy so lr.eanly sur
r jndi r tl thc niclve?.
jinimuiiintY savixgs ijaxk.
Iu our pajier of this wcck will hc focn thc
jirocciMlmg of tlic minnalmceiingof thc.lid
uk'mry Saings Ilank. Thislin'.yintcrcsting
intitution wn ncvcr morc u-v:'ul to our cit:-
r or niorc tiimrishiug than at thc prc.-ent
tiaic. This will bc .-ccn by an iiipcotion t.f
thi' fol'ntving as" o-.nt of dcjiK wliiih for
thcl:itycarc.-hibiisa wonilcrful ir.rrea.-c.This
wc witm-ss will. roat grntifiration. not ouly
cl an iudica'iun of the incri'a'ing tlirifl of thc
dcposilurs, but of the iinproving tcndition o!
It is jifet to thc roudurtor of this insiitu
t'.on to ay ihr.t its prosj crity is in no Mnall c!e
rcc attributablc to the wL-eafc and judii ious
inanncrwith whieh they h.uc maintaincd il,
crcaling pcrlVct confidcncu in the depositors
in thc safoty of thcir fund., and thc prompt
npfs with whicli evury dciuaud l'or rc-payracnt
will bc mct.
Drpositcd first ycar 18.".S SS17,
iln. Fccond, lt30 123,7!l
do. third 1S40 1721,33
ilo fourth 1841 300,89
do fifth 1842 450,00
do sixth 1843 111,50
lo fcvcnth 1S44 715,00
do cighth 1845 1012,50
do ninth 134C 2202,30
ilo tcnth 1847 4435,10
do blcvcnth 1848 7303,53
MIDDLTJBUIIY SAY1XGS BAXK.
A lnecting pf thc Corporation of thc .Mid
dlebury Savings Iauk, was holdcn at J. 11a
gar's I3ook Store, on thc 10th of Jan. 1848.
Cyrus llirgc was clcctcd I'rcsidcnt, and took
tlic chair, and J. Davenport was clcctcd Yicc
1'rcsident, whcn the following oflicci-s wcrc
clioscn for thc ycar cnsuing. J. llagar, Trcas
urcr and Sccretary, Z. Ik-ckwith, Jamcs M.
Slade, Lcvi 1'eek, A. 'Wilco.x, G. M. Brown,
Doct. Z. 15a:? and II. A. Sheldon wcrc clcctcd
Tmstces, 7,. Bcckwith nnd II. A. Sheldon,
wcrc appointed Auditdrs.
The Trcasurcr made the followin" rcnort of
mc Dusmcss oi me oavings uanK lor thc first
To Cash rcccivcd in Dcpos
" Uo. on notes & Intcrcst, 7275,02
Ballance in the hands ofthc
Trcasurcr, Jan.l. 1S48, 9G0.12
By Cash loancd thc past
I)o. rcfunded dcpositors, 2275.G7
" Balhnce in the hands of
the Trcasurcr, Jan. 1 '48, 508,41
Dnc dcpositors 1st Jan. '48, 10347,29
Dividends dcclarcd, do. do. 175,22
Ictcrest rcceivcd in advancc, 57,14
Ixans duc the Savings Bank,10143,45
Intcrcst duc on loans, Jan.
lst, 1S45, 49,54
Ballancc in the hands of tbe
Truc statcmcnts from the Records,
J. IIAGAR, Sec'y
Middlcburj- 10th Jan. 18J8.
ah. IIale A2.-D Mn. Cass. In thc dc
batc in Scnatc uponthe " Tcn rwcgimcnt Bil,''
whcn introduccd by ilr. Cass, to wtuch wc al-
ludcd Iast weck, JUr. in pressicg the Sen
ate to vote upon thc bill, among other argu
mcnts read thc extract from the Presidcnt's
mcssagc to show that Afr. Polk did not intcnd
to disturb the nalionality of Jexico. jlfrj
IIale atosc and said :
It was difficult to nndcrstand truly thc mcan-
mgot tnc JL residcnt. iccordmg to thc gram-
matical construction of'the phrasco!on-, bi-tbc
rulcs of Lindley Jurray, hc uieant, that hc
could havc had no idea of destroying thc na-
tionality of thc Mexican rcpublic, but it lcft a
loop-holc by which he can have a chance of
auvancing such a proposition ncrcattcr. it
was pccuuarly worded, but we arc to look to
thc rcsult of causcs. "Yc arc rcsponsiblc for
our own acts. i or his part, Iio woulu proclaim
here and cvcrj wherc, that this war was wrong
irom the bcginmng, and rcnucrccl tlic agc in
which wc live iustlv chamcablc to thc accusa-
tion of barbarism, and hc should not vote for
a dollar to prosccute it iarther. 11c sam tliat
until the President should lay bcforc thisbody
an cstimate ot the cost to bnn: liomc our ar-
niy by the shortcst and best road, he should
vote not onc dollar of supplics. Ile would
vote wliat was neccssary to bring our troops
home, but not a nian or'a dollar to profccute
war iarther. c must look at this sulncct
as it is, and hc, foronc, would not bc dcterred
from sicaking his senthr.cnts on this war, bv
nny tlncatsof "inoral trcason, comc from
what nuartcr thcy niav. Ile rclaled thc stoir
cf l)r. Sangnido, in Gil Blas, who prcscribcd
ulceilmg anu hot watcr to his paticnts, liy
which thcy all dicd. "Whcn askcd to change
his trcatmcnt, he rcplicd that hc would gladly
do so, but "that hc had writtcn a book," Thc
Doctor was connnittcd, and the President was
coinmitted. Ile has writtcn a book, and bc-
causc he h:is thcrcby coinmitted a blundcr, we
are to follow on and continuc in the blundcr.
Ile would do no such thing. Ile said thc gcn
tlcman from Mich'gan (Cass) had said that cvcrj-
man, woman andchild in thc country kncw
vrhy thc war poliej- was continncd. Xow, said
hc, I am neithcr man, woman, or a child, ac
cording to him, for I dcclare that I do not ful
ly understand thc policj of thc cdininitration
in continuing the war. Thc Senator said it
was for " iiidcmnitj- and protcction."
C'r.ts. Thc Senator niisundcrstood mc.
IIale. I certainlj- did not nican to.
Cas.. Perhajis thc Senator is not capable
of understanding mc.
IIale. Or it maj- bc that thc. gcntlcman
fnmi Michigan has not thc powcr of making
Jr. llals wcnt on to saj- that hc hopcd that
thc bill would not pass ; that hc concurrcd cn-tirelj-
with the Senator from South Carolina,
that wc should first dcfinc our position, lwluro
n c augineutcd our armj-. AVhcn the rcolu
tions camc uji he should show that the war o
riginatcd in a dcsirc to add new slavcholding
tcrritorj' to this Union.
The skill at rcpartco as wcll as cloquencc of
.1r. IIale is wcll known at homc and has bccn
felt hy thc radical lcaders in timcs past, wher
ever he has comc in contact with tlicm. jJcn
of the ealibrc of ilr. Cass in thc Scnatc will
not bnndy words with him a sccond timc, nor
will Scnators of a highcr intcllcct gain anj
laurcls in a contcst of wit or argumcnt. ilr.
Halc's manlj- imcl bold stand thus earlj- in the
Sanatc, will jncct thc conlial approval of thc
frecmcn of Xew Ilamjuhirc.
Com. Stockton has bccn feasted at Phihidcl-
phia. Ile was toacd as nblv " carnin!; out
the vicws of thc sovcrnment in the rcduction
of Ca'ifoniia." In a letter thc Yice President
t-peaksof " the noblc acquisition of California.'
Tiie Yo:ce of XEW-Y"onrc,nponthcsuV
jcct of extcndiug Slavcrj- into Tcrritorj', hith
erto Frcc; rrhich maj" be obtaincd from iMexi
co at tl.e conclusion of the AVar, has becn cx-priv-ed
by :i Legislature " frcyh from the Pco
)v," with a unaniinitj- rarelj- parallcllcd. Oxu
lIt'MKKI AND SkXIZS t0.fivcil tllO As-
scaiblj-, a.id Twenty-Six to One in the Seij
itc, is h vc te which cannot be misinterprctcd
bj- the ir.o.t willful sclf-deccivcr. It should bc
lioniR in mind tliat thcpartj-sosignallj-dcfcat-cd
at the hite clection shirked the qucstion of
Frce Terrilorj- at thcir Statc Xominating Con
ventiou. aiul j et four-fifths of thc Mcmljers c
le tcd bv that party votcd witli all the Whigs
in faor of c itx-umseribing bj' positivc enact
mcn!s thc donmin of Slavcrv. If thc Statc
wcrc p'l'leil thmughout tomorrow,we prcsuinc
thc unau'iuitj- would be eipjallj- cmphatic.
fnii i t tltflf if Will IiT (lsiH.nrnri1j,rl t,i- on,-
our Hepi-escntatics at Washington? Sena
tor l)ickmon. tor cxamplc Acw lork lias
hoanl h'ni and rcs)ond(;d will hc hcarken to
Thc Gbkat Gaint.s Cae. It will dclicht
manj- of our rcadci? nll indccd who have bccn
aniiaintcdith thc merits of this casc, which for
thc long pcriod of fenrtcen ycars has becn in thc
conrtf to lcurn tliat tlic Suprcmc Court ofthc U
nilcd Slatcs yccterday nftcrnoon dccidcd it ox
ai.l toinis tii iiw rl1 Ju. Gm'ius. Thc suit
has bccu among tlic most important and intercst-
injr cvcr icliuc tlic .Amcncan Courts. 1 hc costs
of the litigajion on thc part of lrs. Gaines alonc
cannot havc bccn lcss than ciglity to nincty tlious
nnd dollars, but thc rcsult involvcs many millions.
Thc history of Jlrs Gaincs, as we gadicr it
from the rcconl of tlic casc prcpacd ior the use
of thc Supremc Court, is full of thc most rormin
tic and vnrious incidcnt. She is a woman ofrc
markablc abilitics, decision, and gencrositj", and
of mauners singularly (rank and cugaginjr." I'cr
haps no woman in the countn- has more or war
incr fricnds, und if f he has nny cncniics shc owcs
it cntirclj- to the rcmarkablc position shc has so
lonq occupied as a dcfraudcd nnd injurcd hciress
of onc ofthc largcst cstatcs on thc Contincnt,
hcldbya nunicroiis and powcrful confederacy.
whosc hopcs of trimnph wcrc bascd upon hcr
fuppo?cd fjicndlcstncss nnd pocrty.
The vctcran Gcn. E. P. Gaincs "is thc second
husliand of Jlrs. Gaincs, whose first husband was
a sonof tlic Gcn. AVhitner of Binghamton, in this
Statc. Gcn. Gnincs and his famiiy have rccently
rcsidcd in this city, which thcy will continuc to
make thcir homc. JTribunc
Young Men's Temper
Tlicre will be n mcctinc; of the young mcn's
Tcmpcrancc Socicty on Thursday'evcning, thc
20th inst.at the Town Ioom,commcncing nt 7 o'
clock, for thc purposc of making a committec
to nominatc ofEccr3 for thc j-car cnsning, to rcport
at the nnnual meeting to lc holdcn on the 4th
Wcdncsday of January. By onlcr of the Exccu
tivc Committec. J. COBB, Sccretarv.
Middlebury, Jan. 18, 1S4S
VT. TEMPERAXCE SOCIETY.
The annual mccting of the Vermont Tem-
perance Socicty, will bc hcld at Montpelier.on
Ycdnesdaj-,tlic 2Ctli mst. at 10 oclock, a. ai.
In behafrof the Central Committce,
T. A. JIERRILL, Chairman.
l"Editors in Arcrmont arc requcstcd to
THE springtcrm of thcSchooIforyoungLadics
and Misscs, at thc chapel of thc .Old Acadcmy,
will conrmcncc on 'Wcdiicsday the 8d day of Be-,
rroarr, 184S; and continuc 11 wpcks.S , ' '
Conrse 6finstruction,J!etsf and tcmjs for
luuiou ; me same as uunng tlic past -rear.
' . OZLS SE'YMOUR.
What does P. Jacobs oi Centreville, state of
aiicnigan say regaraing uic meaicine wealluded
io iast weelf. jd a letter datea Isov 12, 184C, he
noius me ioiiowmg language. we shall ccrlain
ly be out bcfore any more gets here, evenil vou
Ibrward immedialely. Scnd plenty of pamph-
xjuui&d uiciciaiiu lucuicjoe we nave
ever deali in which has obtaincd so ereat and de-
cidcd a repntaiion as yours. Thc most singular
and unaccountable part of the matter is. the uni.
form aud unexceptionable testimony of its pjop-
crucs in evrry caie. ive nave gooa mcaicioes
lor raanj- single complaims but j-ours seems to
io obviate the use of all olher panaceas it eoes
ovcr the whole gronnd. You will bc surpriscd
lo learn that in every caseof Feverand Aguel
havc tried it for, it has never failed to cure. And
nol on ly in one kind, but all kinds of bilious dis-
rases its elfect is alifce.' Thus writes Alr. Ja
cobs conceming thc Grcat American Remedy.
G. C. Vaughn's VcgetableLllhontriptic Mixture
See our column3forhisadverli5cmeut callucon
Agenls loi a pamphlet. W. P. Russel, Agent.
Thelarecsale of Brown's Sarsanarilla and
Totnato Bitters, is anuther proof ol its efficacy.
Il is nniv ahout ihrce years sinccit n-as (irsl
oflered to the public, alll;ou;li it has becn
useil by onc of thc most distinrrtiished nhyii
ciansformnny j'ears in privatepracticesince
wincri llie saie has stcnd:Iy incrcnsed, and
t Iins bcenEent lor Irom all part ol tnecoua-
try, where it was never adverliscd, but re
commcnded by persous that have used it.
It has bcen sliippcd to loreign portj, nnd
found rcady buIc-that alone would sccm to
bc proof cnougli ofiis ulility.
How many medicincs ihcre are advcrtised
that never sell. and soon go doivn. nnd are
lorgot'.cn! How dificrcnt it is with lliia! Il
findsn rcady Fnle whrre it has never becn
ndvcritcd ; nnd iis salc coutinucs to incrcasc
in all plncesasit bcrnmes k'lotvn.
W. 1'. KUSSEL Agcnt
RllECMATISM CfKED. JOHN BUPu'S,
iving at 2C2 N. SECOKD St.. Philadelphia,
iud becn scvcral yrnrs ailh'ctcd tvilli Rhcuma-
icl.uns m vnrious parts nl tlic nody. Uu
rintr which limc hc tricd various remcdies.
and used oulw.ird npplicnlions uilhout num-
er, and iu all cnscs willi no csscntial bcncnl.
AVns finallj' induced to make trinl ol VRI
GHT,S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS,
a single ccnt nox oi wiucn not oniy gavc
relief, hutnficr usin: Ihpmn&hort liine drove
every parlicle of pain from tlic body.
Itcnirc nf Cnuntrrrcits uf all kindi: ! Somc arc
coaled willi tujar, ot!ier arc made to rrscinble in
oulward appcarance tlic originalmeclicinc Thc
faffst course ip, to purclia e uf the regul.ir ngcntB
only, oneorniore nf nliom inny bc founj in ercry
illarc ancl tnwn in IhcbtatL'.
W. P. Russel. and S. Moody, Agcnts.
WISTAR.S BALSAM ATHOME.
, Boston, April 14,1840.
Mn S WFowle.
Dear Sir : I have bcen induced al thc suk-
gcsion ofmany ofmy fricnds, to makekuovvn
to the public tlirougn you. ihe grcat bcncht 1
lavc dcnvcu Irom inc usc ol thc mcdicine
"VISTAIf,S IiALSOM OFWILD
in the hopc that ollicrs suiTcrinir from luntr
complainlsmay find llic sarne relief by ilsuse
Iml 1 liave done.
The latler part oflact summer. and in thc
f.ill, I 6u(Tered ijreally from a severe cough,
pain in the side. diflicully of brcalhing, lass
ol appetite, nn J olher symtoms which indi
cnird a rapid ciccliue. At this timc, in hopcs
miglitlind aiemporaryrclicl lor my cough,
bought n botlle of llic Balsam, uhir.hnot
only gave me the relief ihat rny lailingstrengih
required, uu: sccmcd lo give mc new lifc and
JucT taking bc vcral bottlcs ofthe mcdicine.
my appetite rclurncd. and with it my s trcngth;
iny cohl entiicly left mc, ns nlso the nisht
sivcaip, tvhich preWous to this had bccn vcly
profuse. In five wceks' limo I gained cihl
pounds olncsh, and have been ablc evtr sincc
to take niv nccustomcd cscrcisc. a walk of
Irom thrce lo four milcs n daj'. nnd ntlcnd to
my rcular business. I should be most hap
py lo have you relcr any onc. who may wish
Itirthcrparticulnrs, lo me, at my placc ol busi
ncss, No. 205 Washington strcet.
Vcry truly j-ours.
Non? gcnuine.unless sicnodl.BUTTS on
BRIGHTON 3IARKET Mondau Jan. 6
Jleportcd for the Daily Adrcrtiser.
At market &70 Becf Cattle. 10 vnk-ps Wnr-
king Oxcn, 20 Cows and Calvcs, 4500 Shcep,
and 300 Swinc.
Piticns Beef Cattle Extra, S7; first qual
lty, C 50; 2d nnd third (lualitics from S5, to SG.
i orKiiig jcn satesuull, and pnces wcrc
Cows and Calvcs Sales dull.notlccil at SIR
Shcep Dull Sales not noticed.
In Burhnston on thc 13th inst. bv thc. Rer.
II. L. Starks.iMr. Xathan Babcock, and Miss
Carolinc Dickinson, both of Burlin2ton.
In .Middlebury, bv Rcv. S. G. Coe. Mr.
AYn.r.tAjr F. Tii k'axy. of Cleveland. Ohio.
toMissCATiiEliixu Foot, ofthe former placc.
iiiso, m mesanie nmc and placc, bv the same,
Mr. Lakaykttk Kii.isoi jin. of "Granville.
X. Y., to lliss Lccv Al. Foot, of iliddleburv.
In this villagc on the 5th inst aftcr a short ill-
ncss, Mrs. JUnv E. Ilcnn.utD, wifcofRcv. E.
B. Hubbard pastor of the Alcthodist Episcopal
Church of this placc, agcd 42 years.
The subjcct of this noticc was nn excmnlnrv
christian, an affectionatc wifc and atcndcrmothcr
and universally belovcd by all who kncw hcr.
In short she livcd daily thc religion which shc
profcsscd shc livcd thc lifc ofthe Ri"htcous,and
hcr Iast cnd was hkc his shc dicd iu tlic Lord.
In Essex, on thc 5th inst. Elizabeth, wife of
Andrcw Ellis, in thc 8uth j-ear of her age.
In Ferrisburch, onthc lst inst.W'm.
aged 54 j-ears.
Aller a lons and nainful lllnoss. which hc
borc withuncommon fortitude. Ile could gct
no relief from thc most ablc mcdical aid in the
coutnry, Ilis discase provcd to be an aflec
tion of thc heart. In his dcath his famil v havc
loit a kind an indulgent parcnt the commu-nitj-
an active member of societj- thc poor a
kind heajtcd and libcral friend,
In Bristol, Dcc. 13, 1847, of consuinntion aftcr
a lon" and painful illncss, Jlartha L. wifo of AIo
sps W. Durfee, agcd 22 ycars. jreckncss, la
ticncc, and an humble reliancc on the Saviour,
cspccially charactcrized hcr Iast illncss.
In Cornwall, Dcc.
hcr 88th ycar.
14th 1847, Lydia Allen, in
At GridIej-'sStation,Oct. 29,Dca.Z.Lawrcnce
nged 37 ycars, S months and G days.
Br. Lawrence's native town was Weybridge.
Addison county, Vt. In his nativc town, while',
undcr the patcrnal roof hewas led bvdivinc eracc
to nco to Chnst for rcfuge. Here hc fonud relief
iuicr nnicn ne soon jneldcd to the claims of the
Savior, by subinitting to thc ordinancc of liaptism
and uniting with thc Baptist cliurch. Hewas u
nited in marriagewith Ixjis Boy cc, of Aliddlcbnn
Vt, inl832, with whom hcremovcd to this Statc
in, 1835, and settlcd in Grass Lake,
i . Doring his short sojoum on carth, he scrvctl
tic church in thc capacity of dcacon in Grass
Lake, also in JUddlcbury, Vt, having retumcd to
his native Statc nnd ngain in Lconi, in this State.
This officc hc flUcd much to thc satisfaction of thc
churchcs. Midwjan Cltristian Hcrdd.
Chance this Season!
THE GREATEST 1KDUCEMENTS
Ever ytt offcrcd in Boston
Gentlemen's .Clothing and Fur
GREAT EXCITEilENT ! '!
IV 1 X'tn T
JW sEi JMil iJld v
Prices of Clothing marked down 25 per Cent.
In conseaueacc ofthe very MILD WEATH
ER of the season. thus fat. and the GREAT
aUANTITIES of GARMENTS made up by
tne unnersigneu tnis lau jor
It has become neccssary that his Imme.nse
STOUK OF GENTLEMEN'S
AND FCRNISniNG MATERIALS
Should bc closed up Immediatcly !
EXTRA ORDINARY 1NDUCEMENTS
Are therclbre otTcred to the public. Read this
and call at
3j- The spacious Sales R oms will be thrown
open at 9 o'cloek, a. m., on
Thursday Dec.23, 1847, And the Sale will con-
linue tiil Tuesdaj', Fcb. 1, 1848.
Duriog this period, everj' article ofthe cnormous
GEORGE W. SIMMON'S
Markcd down twenty-Cvc jiit cent Lelow the
very lowest prices now current at this
Great Clolhing Mart !
This stock embraces the most Eilcnsive As
sortmentof GENTLEMEN'S & BOYS
Ever collccted together in any onc establishmcnt
in this or any other ci untry. Those who want
AT AN ENORMOUS DISCOUNT
Will know where to call, for these GoodsMUST
DEDISPOSED OFlasI have delermincd.what
ever raay be the SACR1FICE, that this Great
HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING,
Now on hand in my esiablishment,
SHALL BE SOLD.
TIIE FOLLOWING LOW PRICES,
REDUUED ONE FOURTH;
fj-And bring this adverrisement with you 3
300 Blue Pilot Ovcrcoats, velvct collars, at SC,
8, 10, 12
250 BluellackinawBlanketOvercoats,SC,8. 10
500 Codrington Ovcrcoats and Sacks, 0, 8, 10
500 Fancy Twecd do do S3,1,5,G
100 Pilot Jackets, lined with flanncl, 3 50, 4, 5, G
400 French Overcoats, made in Paris, gS, 10, 12
150 DulIIe do and Sacks 3,4,5
(ijO Satinct do do ligurcd, plain and
ribbed, 3, 150,5,0
50 Camlct (real goat's hair) wrap-
pers, quilted, 8,10,12
325 Twccd Sacks ar.d Overcoats, 3, 4, 0, C
50 Iiumingand busincssCoats ofblk
500 Single and Donble Wave Beavei
Overcoats, each from 9, 10, 12, 14
37j Brown Sacks, vcht colars&c. 7,8. 10
150 Olive and Brown Castor Cloth
Overcoats, C, 8, 10
75 Siberiar. bcaver Overcoats, Gold and Sil
ver mixci, 10, 12, 14
450 Broadcloth Ovcrcoats, brown,
green, black!2, 14,15
375 Superfine Drab Overcoats, lined
with woolcn C. C, 8. 10, 12, 14
100 Jackets, blue and blk. broadcloth, 4, 5, C, 7
100 do Salinet.agood frticle, 2,2 50,3
3000 pairs Panti, Broadcloth, Docskins
and Cassimeres, asrled, 2, 2 50, 3 50, 5
2000 do stout Satinet, twilled .
and plain, 1, l 75, 2, 250, 3 5,
1500 Vcsts,ofsatin,iichfigurc and pl
black, 150, 175,2, 250,3
2000 do fancy and plain Vclvct
and Cashmcre, 1, 1 25,1 50, 1 75, 2, 250
1000 do Valencia, Marseilles, &c
500 Royal Plaid, all wool, single and
159 Dressinggowns,figured and plain
vclvet, 4, 5, 6
03 do do PrintsandAI.de
C00 DressaudFrock Ccats, blue, blue
black, green, brown, &cl, $7, 9, 10, 12, 14,
200 BusincssCoats, olive.brown.creen,
750 Cloaks. Opcra &. Full Circle, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14
200 do and capes made from pilot
and beaver, 3, 5,0,8,9
LIST OF FASHIONABLE
Ovcrcoats and Sacks of brownand Black Broad
cloths, each from 83, 5, C, G 50; Ovcrcoats and
Sacks of beaver and pilot 250,3,3 50,4, 4 50,5:
Overcoats and Sacks, ol Satinci and Tweeds,
2 75, 3, 3 50, 4, 4 50. C; Dress Frocks, of black,
brown, green, olive cloths, G, G 50, 7, 7 50, 8;
Jackets, or black, brown, green, olive cloths, 2,
223; 2 50, 3, 350,4; Polka suits, all colors.a great
variery, 4, 5,5 50, G, G 50; Pants of broadcloth,
Cassimere, doeskin, &c, 1 75,2, 225, 250,3;
Vests.of black andlancy coloredSatins, Velveli
&c., 50c. 75c. 1, 1 25, 1 50; Overhauls, and many
other articles of boj-s' clothing, 30,37,and 50cts
andan endless rari'ety ofsuch Goods.
A3 F0LLOW3 :
300 dozen While Shirts, linen boscms, collars &
wristbans, each 62c. 75cl; 100 do White Shirts,
plain, 33, 37, 50c; 50 do Striped Calico. 50, G2; 50
do Twilled Stripe Shirts, 37, 50: 100 do Colton F.
Shirts and Drawers, 33, 42;25do AJerino and
Angolia Shirts and Drawers 02, 75; 100 do Ips
widiand Portsmoulh Shirts and Drawcrs92,100;
50do Royal Ribbed Shirts and Drawers 55, 75;
50 do Plain and Twilled Red Flanncl Shirts and
Drawers G2, 73; 100 do Guernsey Frocks 75, 1;
73 do Linen Bosoms, plain and runplait, all V'n s
25,73; lOOOdo ColIan, plain and corded, tash
ionablc8. 23;25dorich fig'd Satin Scarls75,175
55 do Satin Cravats.heavr 62c.fil;2G do Super
fineltalian Cravats 50c. 1 17; 550 do selt-adjus-ting
Cravats and Stocks, satin and silk 37, 75;
1000 do Braces of all kinds and material 37, 02;
75 do Mnffiers and Comforters, figured and spot
ted 12, 33; 2G do Kid Gloves, black, white and
fancy colors37, 75; 100 do fancy Gloves, super.
Mitlens 17, 50; 200 do Pocket Hand'ks, silk
and linen. Gc. I;500do Socks and Woclen Alitts
12,33; 50 'do SmokingCaps.of silk, wool and vel
vet 12c.l;20do Brussels and other CarpctBags
1,1 23; 1000 do Umbrellas, silk and Cotton.all
sizes 37c; 6250; 2000 do Canes, with swords,dirks
&c,12c.S2, &C.&C.&CT Together wilhaneod
less variety of
RICH PLECE GOODS,
Which will bemade up in the most Fashionable
Manncr.at shortnotice, asmy Whole Slock must
be closed up IAIA1EDIATELY, on account of
tne aneraiions nowgoiui: ou upuu wk jjitmiaco
and themildness ofthe season.
O" Every" onc who calls npon me to purchase
during the period abovc named, may do so in the
confident eipectation ofgetting
A GREAT BARGAIN!
GEORGE W. SIMMONS'S
ANN STREET, BOSTON.
(orposiTE thc nnAD or MEncnA.vrs row.)
The house m the northwest
corncr of the College Cominon,
latelj- occupied by William Uar-
yey ana otners. x.nquiru oi
G8:3w. T. A. MERRILL.
, t, .r
HAS OPENED HIS
At No. 7. NIOIIOLS' BU1LDING
Where he will rcmain forn shoit time. TLe
public nre invitcd tocall nnd e.xamine
Rail-Road Tiesand sub-Sils,
THE subscribers wish to contract for 80,000
Railroad Ties, of tamarack, white or black
oak, black or swamp ash, cedar, buttcrnul, or
ctiesinui timcer. Tne ties are rrqutrcd to be 7
feel in length, for any wood spccified, (cicepting
cedar, which must be 7$ lect,) and six inhcs
square, or of ga good bcaring of G inchss lop
&.bottom, aud to be saweii ormoothly hewn.
100,000 HEiLLOCK PLANK,
To be three inchcs thick and eight inches
wide, and fourteen leet in length, for Sit-Sils.
We wish to contract for the abovd speclficd
lumber, tobe delivered on the line ofthe Rul
land and Burlington Railroad. berwcen Burlincr-
ton and Brandon, on or before the first dav of
bepiember next. Address tbesubscribers at Bur-
llDEJton. (JIIAMBKRLAIX, bTRONC &. CO.
Dec. 27, 1817. 33;m2
The annual mcetinf thn Rfnrt-Tintiti.r nf tt,
Aliddlehurv Alanufiirlllrini Pnmnnnv fnr thf
choicc of officcrs and the transaction of "othcr com
pany bnsincss, will bc held at thc Vermont Hotcl
in Aliddlebtiry, onThursdaj- 27th da- of January
1848, at onc o'cloek P. Al.
RUSSEL VALLETT, Clerk.
Aliddlcbury, Bcc 27, 1847.
Bonnet SatinSj Ribbons &c. &c.
A frcsh supply just rcceivcd and for fale
by E. VALLETTE.
January 10th 1848.
To nry subscribers in Hincsburch and Hun
tington; Gentlemcn, it is ncarly four j-cars
since I eoinmenced delivcring to you the Gal-axj-
and somc of j-ou have paid cvcrj- ycar,
somc a part and somc not one ccnt. "Xow I
find no fault with any of j-ou. 1 find mysclf
considerablj- m arrcars to .Vr. iscll, who has
bccn vcrj- Icmcnt towards mc, which lias cna
bled mo to show j-ou thc sanic lcnicncy. But
thc timc lias now comc whcn I must make pav-
menr, which I intcnd to do to thc cxtent of
mj' abilitj-. The sickncss in my familj' the
past season has cxhaustcd mj- othcr reiourccs.
or I should not call unon vou nt this timc. I
hopc j'ou will oncand all Icnd mc a hclping
hand. All agrecmcnts will bc ndhered to on
mj- part, and no one has had or ahall have anv
jusi causc oi compiaini.
? . i i
Ilincsburgh, Jan. 4th, 1847. 37 ; 3w.
Onc hundrcd Gross of Platcs and Cascs,
Gcrnian and American Camcras and CTCrv
article in tho ljno for salo at New York prices
JEWELERS, BURLIXGTOX', VT.
Cash onlcrs promptlj- and fatisfactorilj- an-
swcrcu antt nocrai uiscounts io uiosc wno ouj'
bj- thc gross at one timc. T. F. Coopcr's and
R. G. Bccslcv's fine Duplcx Watches and fine
Lcvers for sale 37: Sw.
Wc, the subscribers, bcing appointed bv tho
Probate Court for thc diMrict of Addicon
Commissioncrs, to reccivc cxaminc and adjust all
claims and dcmands ofall pcrsons, agamst the
ICHABOD AL CUSILMAX
lato of Aliddlcbury, in said distriri dcccsacd, and
nlso all claims cnd dcmnds cxhibited in oihct
thcrcto: and six montlis from the 4th day of Jau
uary 1848 Jicing allowcd by said coiut for that
purposc, wc do thcrcfore hcrebr give notice that
wc willnttcnd to thc business of our 5aid appoint
ment, at the dwclling housc of I. Al. Cushman
in Aliddlcbury onthe 10th day of Fcbruary and
29th day of Junc next from nine o'cloek A, JL
until four o'cloek P, AL on each of said days.
Jatlian Uarprnter l l,omm:3
Almon Pinnru J sioners
Datcd nt Middlebury, this 13th day of January
THE ENTIRE WORK UNABRIDGED.
IX 0-E VOIXME, CltOWS QUAKTO.
rV This valnable and Standard Work, which
stands unrivalcd by any similar publication in tho
English Language, having lccn thoroughly rcvi-
sed by Phofessor ClLiVUAi;.! A. UUliu
ItlCtf. nf Yalc Collczc.assistcd bv scvcral distin-
tin;ruisbed litcrary gcntlcmcn, has just bccn pub
lishcd. ALinvthousand words have bccn addcd,
Tablcs showihg thc pronunciation of Gcographi
cal, Scripturc, and Classical Propcr Xame?, a AIc
moir of thc Author, ic, &c. Originally sold for
S20. Pricc ofNcwEdition, 56. xor cale at thc
Bookstore of L. W. CLAKK.
OEUO & MEOiCSN
THE snbbcr has on hand
n A-vtnnsWt nnil vnricil assort-
mcnt of purc Drugs and Aledi
icincs embracing the various ;
Chcmicals, Essential Oils, Es- i
tracts, Shaker Alcdicincs, Per-
mcnts, Trnsses, and is agent for I
olt ttu nnnnlar I'atcnt Rcmcdics :
of thcdav.likcwise afull stock ofpaints, Oils, Dye-
c.nfla S'r.'ts Turncntinc. Varnishes, Japan drrtng
Glass Putty, Brushes of all kinds,
of all descriptions, in short thc entirc catalogne o
:..ic ,.w.;r.m m n ronntrv rctail Dru" Store
all of" wnich he offers to the public
as can be pnrchased in Addison County. The at
tcntion of Physicians and families is respcctfnlly
.... . 11T TAUTT.rT7T
SOllClteU. VJ. It. Uliuuujuu.
Bristol, Nor. lg.JMT. m ,
Rich and fashionable RIBBONS in great
variety just received by
Nov. 8th. 1847.
Bennington Stone Ware".
r. pi Rntter Pots with Covnrs,
Chnrnand Jugs, from 1 to 6 qts. each,
Earthen Milk Pans and Floivcr Pols, &c
For sale by i.DiiUimui.
April, l'J, isi.
P. W. C0U.INS
TVTO W otTeis for sale at the Cah 5lore In Ver
li gennes, one of tbe richesi and moit desirable
ever been iu Vermont, and at such extremely
Iow prices as to dely all compeiition. Hc now
offers at rcduced pnces:
50 BROWN, OLIVE, GREEN,
BLK. and BLUE SURTOUTS, and
OVER SACKS, from 12 to 20.
150 BEAVER, PLLOT, AND SAT
INETT, do. from 4 to 10,00
275 UNDER SACKS k FROCKS
of all Gradca and Colors,from 2,75 to 9.
500 Paira Panta. from 1,50 to 4,00.
800Vests, " G7oto5,00.
15 doz. "Vool Shirts and Dravrers.
AND A ERESH VARIETY
Of Gextlemexs Pimxisnnfo Goods.
Of All Descriptions.
Vergennes, Dec. 20, 181".
Occasioninggreatdlsaprxiintment to those who
have becn obliged tomakc thcir purchases before
ihe arrival ofthc
E PftlCE STOSE'S
SPLENDID STOCK OF
But Iet those who bave been so iurtunate as to
have deferred theirpurchases congratulate them
sclves that tbe vatcrs uf Wood Crcek havesubsi
ded and our goods haveat lasl arrivcI.
A Splendid Stock
cmbracin!; altuust evcrvthins adapted thc want
of'fairwomen and brave men." Toourcus-
toraers 'tis enougb to say that our good s aro now
attheirservicc. Tolhosc who have not been so
fortnnate as tohavc become acquaintcd with the
principle unon which ourbusiness is condnctcd A
our very low jiriccs we would say you are earncst-
lytnvited to call and examine our goods and pn
ces. NASII Si GOODRICH.
A larao stock of SOLE AND UPPER
LEATUER atlhestore of
FRANCIS & SOAt.
A good assortment of Cloths suitublo for OVER
COATINGS, in Black. Browns nnd BIue, nkd,
a fcw pieccs SUPER GER.MAX PLAIN AND
TWILLT) CLOTHS ASD DOE SK1NS, for
sale chcap by E. VALLKTTE.
Burning Fluid, &c,
4 BBLS. PATENT BURNING FLUID,
2 CASKS WINTER OIL,
4 BOXES COAIPOSITIOX& SPERM CAS'
DLES, iu store and for salo by E. VALLETTE.
Pish and Fruit.
SUPERIOR GRAND BANIC CODiTSB,
No. 1, HALIFAX SALAION
Xo 1 and 2 AIACKEREL, in BLbls. J-half do,
FRESII BUXCII RAISIXS, in nhole nnd qr.
FRESII RICE, J-c just rcccivcd in ttorc, and
for salc liy JS. VALU Ui
Dcc. 6th, 1847.
WATER PKOOF Leather Presebver.
A Superior article for Harnesses, Cbaise-tops
lioots. siiocs, &c., lor sale by
JAA1ES Al. SLADE & CO.
Niddlebury, Nov. tC, 1817. 30; 3m!
batistied tliat tne best place lo uuy
Clothes, Clothing, and
DRY GOODS. IS AT
W, S. JOHHSON'S.
Thoslcady incromc of his business nnd the
Escellent Fitting Garments,
nilh which he m ililr AUiinlviiifr hiscustom-
j 1 -j - -
ers, ihs superior siylc aud durahility ofhis
work aud thc
which hc sclls his Unods, shnna ihat ihe n
hore statement can be retied upon as tiue.
icceniucr oui. JC4.
10 Pieces SUPER FRENCH MERINOS:
The most desirnbte nrlirle lor for
LADIES CLOAKS &. DRESSES
A ficsh supplv just rcceivcd nnd lor sale
bv E. VALLETTE.
Dcc. 7, 1947.
is rcody with AIILL
-in cood rcpair, to
grind all kinds ol
P R O V E N D E R
On short nr.ticc. 15 Call nt his Oil Alill. onc
mile north of Aliddllcburv Villagc.
T. O. FLANAGAN.
Dec 27, 1847. 35:2
WOULD inform thc public that he shall bc
in Bristol on the 4 th day of January ne.it and
rcmain thcre during the wcck.
Middlebury, Dccember 27, 1847.
STATE OF VERAIONT. J
District of Addison ss. (
Be it remembered that at a Probate Court beld
al Middlebury in and for tbc Distiicliof Addison
on ihe Cth day of January A. 3. 1S18.
John Al. Wceks eiccutor of the last will and
lateofsaid Middlebury deceased, presents his
administration accounts for allowance.ltistherc
lore ordered that said acconnt te considered
lor allowance bv lliis Court, to fce held at the
office ofthe Register of this Court in saU Aliddle
bury, on Thursday th 3d day of Febrnary next
at oneo'clockin thealternoon ; and that notice
thereot be gtven loall persons interestcd.thatthey
may appearand make their objections, if any
heymayhavc,to theallowance ofsaid account
by pulilishingacertifiedtopy ofthisorder Inithe
A'liddlebury Galaiy.anewspaperprinted atsaid
Aliddlcbury, three weeks successtvcly previous
io the time of saidCourf
Jcd. S. Bushnell, Register.
A truc copy of Kccord.
37 Attest, Jed- S. DusKnell, Rtgister.
Seesions ofthc Probate Court for the Dis
irictof Addison, will hereafter be held at the
office of tbe Register of aid court, in Middlc
bury,on tbe first and llurdTliursdaysof e.cry
calendermtinth,nt 1 o'cloek in tho afternoon.
JED.S. BUSI1NELL, Hrgister.
Middlebury, Dec. 1. 1847.
TO LOVER3 OF
GOOD T E A .
You will find ibe richl article also a large
stock or OROCER1ES at a saving in priae
it the Store of HRANCIS & SON.
A new pattern received
by W. S. JOHNSON.
Nor. 8ih, 1817.
FOR SALE BV
Superfine Flour,Nora Scotla Plaster;
Cemenl Llme.Turks Island Salv
Bbl and Butter Salt, Mill Saws
Uavana Honey forieeding Eees,
Buffdlo Robes, Cutand Wfot Nails,
Herds Grass and Cbver Seed,
W. I. Goods, a good aisorjnsnt,
White and Orange Carrot Seeds,
French Su;arBeet do,
Cash paid forShippingFurs, Corn and Wheat,
Jan. G, 18-19 37) 3mo
THE subscriber tnkes thfa meihod; of re
(urninir his Ihanks t the public for the liher-
al patronage which has been bestowed upoa
him during iho past J'ear : and ta say In con
cequenc'c thcreof. hc has minlly deermmed
io mau'c inu vtllage nis permanent resruence
and to coniinne cn a innch larger cala i
which the increasing business ol the. coun
ty demauds. his former trado in STOVES
Wrought nd Cast Iron
Having pnrchnscd ;ho eutiro stock In tho
Iron trade of C. Al. Simmons, he has now
the pleasnre ol nnnouucingto ihe country U
I.irire. that his Stm n rnnlnina ttiA ,nl mm.
plete assorlrrrcDt of Caat nnd Wrooghl Iroti
Constauily oa hand et tbe most redacod
Bar, Roundj Square and Hoop
Iron; Round and square east
English, American, and
Nail Rods, Horse Nails, Cuttcr
shoes; Wrought and cut Nailsj
Crowbars, chains, Axcs,
Grindstone cranks, and Rollers,
Scc- Scc. Scc.
Maltablc Iron Wrenchts. Waggon Boxti,
Nat, $c. ifC.
And Pipe.Plons nnd Uauldron Ketlfcs
WJIOIJSALE 1 RliTAIL
5sizcs and pat. Brandon Y. Nolion Cook Stoves
Jo. do. AirTishl Pailor do.
do. Troy Air Tighl Ci-ok do.
do. do. do Fancy Parlof do.
ti Box and Parlor do,
Walnwright Farmer Ccok do.
do. Premium do, do.
do. Parlor do. do,
do. Box do. do.
Jo. AirTightParlof do.
do. Albany &Stanlcy do. do
do. Double Canada dc du,
do. Sinzle do. do. do.
iTaborPlows, 4 sizes; Wainwriht do.Sslzcs;
I n-:lt .1.. t l?.i.. , ,1 11.11 .li
tl lllUU U. O I - . . , IjHIC UUU KIUU ..III U.lf
Cultivators. Cauldrons 4 sizes, Cast Iron Sleigh
Shoes all sizes. Ovcn and Arch mouthsj Sad
Irons and Tailor's Irons; Plaw Points, &c &c.
Donglass' Cast Iron Pumps, Lewis do.; Cepper
Fumps with CaH Iron Rotary tops, a nrw arluH
Brass Kctlles; Shect Lcad:"Shecl Zir.c; Lcid
Pipe, and a full assotltrrent o( Sheet Ironj Tin &
Hollow Warc. Job woik done asusaal.
Alost kinds of Stovc and Machincry castir.gs
that have becn made hera for the Iast tweuty
years will be made to onlcr. Most kind.of
produce rcccivcd iu payment,
WANTED any quaality of old Cast Iron.
ilfv motlo is
QUICK SALF.S & SA1AI.I. PROFITS
and I prcsume no onc in want of anv thing in
the above line will purchase If.'brc looking al the
larceslasMortmcnt in the County.
Prices will be made satisfaCtory.
E. C. CARPF.NTER.
Aliddlehury, Nov.22, 1817.
YOU WILL FIND AT TIIE
A BETTER LOf OF
CLOTHING. PANTSTl'FFS, VES
TINGS, FL'RNISHING GOODS,
TAILOR'S TUlAl.MINGS, AND
Readv Mridc Glotbins:.
ihnncv&r hu bccn uxhibited io the Couutjf uf
IIIIS ......... .w ... . . .
hnv f fnf! nrI Pn.iluunnlilir ta.mcijTS made
nlLoxo Prices, are iuvttccl Io call hcre n Ut
tle inoney gocs n crea( wnjr in buting -ootls,
. I 1 . TII I ,-. I.-
IHO aoovc Biaicwicni t iu :r prnii-u iu un uj
5000 Slieepa Pells.
lltOO Uords of Hurd Wood.
200 M. Shinglo.
STons Good Tuble Bulier,
1 Dried Annlcs.
and all the Giuin, Farm'i have tn nparc.
W, S. JOHNSON.
Dccember Gtb, 1847.
STATE OF VERAJONT.
District of Addison ss. J
Be it remembered. that ata Probate Court heH
at Aliddlebury in and for the district of itddl
dison. on ihe 10th day of January A. D. 1848.
Jorin Simonds and Lynian P. Whita adminis
trators of thc cstate of
lata of Whiting in said District dcceacd, pcsent
their petitlon in writing to this Court, praTing for
liccnsc to scll tlic rual cstatc of sakl deceased for
tbopurpose ofpaying thc debfiof the deceased
and the cxpenscs of administration, and thcrcia
ct forth tlic araount of dcbts of said deceased, the
cxpcnscs of administration, the valne of thc per-
sonal cstate. and the sitoation of tbe real cstatc
and that it is nccosary to scll nll thc real CfUte-
of tho dcccascu tor the purpose aiorcsaiu il
thcrenpon ordered by this Court, that saidpetitiorv
be corriJcrid at tlie scssion of this Court to ho.
hcld at the office of the Register of this Court in.
said Aliddlebury, on Thursday tbe 3d day of FcIk
ntary nczt, at one o'cloek in thc aftcmcon ; and
that notice thereof be gtren to all pcrsons intcr
Mted. that Ihev mav anDCarand make thcir ob-
jcctions, if any thcy mav liave, to said liccnse be-
: . I 1 1 .1. f fnnjrrtf ihim
onlcr in the Aliddlebun" Gjlasy a newspaper
printed at said Aliddlebury three wceks succcJ-
siTcty prcvious to me nmc m m uu.
A trufi copy of record, 37
Attest, Jed. S. Buihnell, Register.
SOObushelsheavyKrey Rock Salt on hand and
for sale by JAA1E5 Al. SLAUli u.
Nov., t. j
A cood assartmcnt may bc found at Ihe "Ono
Pricc Store" of yASH"& GOODltlUiL ,
Tbe Subecriber olTers lor eale an nsort
ment ol groceries that cannot be iitrpaswed
inqoaliiy and pricc in Addison County.
Thereforetbosfi who wai.t a choice article at
alow rate will do tvell lorall. .
W. P.ULbSEL. u
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