dcncy.uordoes Iie present hw name to
this Convention as a candidate; his friends
throuehodtilie country rather d.scour
aged than encouraged byhim, have plac
ed him prominently before the nation as
worthy ofiU'niKihe place onceoccupied
by thc illustrious father of his-country,
and Gen.TajIorconsents to the nomina
tion. He coosiders himuelf in the hands
ofhis friends who have'honored him ivith
the clioice ; he ha3 pSibliclv 'and repeat
cJIv stated that they might withdraw him
whenerer they tbought the interest of the
coantrv required it ; he does not consid-
er that, under thc c:rcumstances itiwliich
))?3 name has been brought forward, i
would be nroner in him to withdraw him
sclf. Such has been hisposition since he
assented to the use ofhis name subscquent
to the capture of Monterey, ana sucn is
hij position now. T . .
un. ii.-irr.i. rWation fromLouisiann,
t n r,.,t,, cf,t, that Gen. Taylor desires
it to be understood that in his opinion his
friends who caine into this ConTcntion are
br its dccision, and to sustam
.i. nnmlnw. heart and soul : that Gen. Tay-
mn rRsornizod in his frientls iu this Conven-
Tnn the nrht lo withdraw his name, and he
rlieerfullv acnuiesce in such whhdrawal.
Gen. Taylok, we are also authorized to saj,
irlll Iisil irith entire satisfaction, any nomma-
,csM. himsclf. bein? nersuaded that the
Trr-r of nur pountrr.rcauirei a cbange of
msn and measures in order to arrest the down
w.WJ ndencv of our national aflfairs.
rn mnVine tha announcement the Delegales
nf TinTiJ.ini wishcd it to be distinctlv undcr-
einrv th.it it involves no inconsistencr on the
Tarf nf Op.n. Tavlor. In east the choice of
Vhoultl fall on another than
his friends in tWs Conven
tion withdraw him, it will be their act not his,
liut in which he will chcarfully acquiesce; and
br tu act of uniting with this ConTcntion his
friendi withdraw his name frora the canvass,
unlcss ho be the nomince of this Convention.
And we deem it propcr to assure the Whigs
of the Union that wc desire the nomination
and election of Gcn .Taylot to the Presidency
on no other than broad national grounds."
Mr. Trunisn Smith of Conn. prescnted the
foHowin" luttr r from Gcn. Scott.
" Washington, June 3, 1848. ,
" Dmr Sirl hasten to at-knowledjR the hon-
orof vour letter of this date. I admit and feel
d! the force pf thc public views you have laid
b?fore rac. Until within a few days 1 had not
e ipposcd that my name was at all likely to bc
brought bcfore the great Whig National Con
rention now soon to m?ct at PhiladelphiaJ to
srlcct thc candidate of the "Wliipr party for thu
n-jxt I'rcsideney of the Unitcd Stafcs. Wliclh-c-1
rcceiru ota or not in that enli"rhtened
body for the high station in question, I shali,
mj a Vi'hic, fecrmyself undcr every obligation
that can bind a citizon to his country, to give
thcr of the candidates with which my name is
asvviArJ, thc moral inflacnco and support it
ciav bc in my power righlfully to exert, and I
ought not to'duubt that all Whijrs will be e
quilly pstriuii" in the f.ime ?ood cause. I5e
cpectm tho pcrson.il friendFiip which yon
6C!i l me, I remain, rav dcar Sir, faiihfully
yours. wixfii:ld scott.
Hoa Trcm vx Smitii.
Th1! Conri-ntion tlicn pracccdcd to ballot with
ti; fcllowi:: rcsnlt:
Co.in. - -K.
N C-ro!ina 3
S tVrn!ins 2
Ln.tisiaUA - 1
Kemucky - "
Indiana - - 2
lilir.ois - - - 3
Mi:hiKn - 3
Iowa - - - I
AVIioIenumherof rotes 273. Clat37; Tay-
lou III; Scott 43 ; Wkdsteb 22; Clattos 4 ;
choire beinc cffected on the first b.dlot, a
asrond wns onc into and resultcd as fullows :
Taylor, 118-Clav, 86 Wcbster 22 Scott,
4' CUyton, 4 Mc'Lsan, I. 'H'Jiolc numbcr,
273 ncresarr fora rhoire, 140 no clioice.
To!in C Cl.irk of New l'ork roted for Taylor
on thc 2d ballot.
1'iiiUDCLrHiA, June 9.
TLc Convction asscmblcd at 3 this inhrmng
and procceded to tallot for lrcsident with thc fob
lowinj resu't: j
Third Ballot; Tajlor 133; Clay 74;1
AVchstcr 17 ; Scott 51 ; Clavton 1.
b'ourth Ball.it; Taylor 171; Clay 32;
Vbster M ; Scott 62.
Thc Convention then procccded to ballot
for Viee President with thc folSowins resuli:
A. Lawrciice, ot'Mnss., 109; M. Fillmore,
ofN. Y. 115; Goo. Evan!. of Me. 6; Lunt,
1 ; Kttig ol'Ga. 1 ; tov. Vounji, ofM. Y. 1 ;
B. Font, of Vt. 1 ; Lieut. Gov. Fish, ol K. Y.
2; McKcnnan, Vn. 13; J. Sargent. Pa. 6;
A. Stewart. Pa. 11 , Ewing, 1 ; Chote
ilaes. 1 : Clavton, Del. 3.
On the sccond btllot Millard Fillmore of
New York received 173 vole, and was de
clared nominated Vice President.
Ashmun of Mnss. K-ive his cordil conaent
and concurrence lo till thc proccedings of
Mr. Galloway pledged the toleof Ohio for
" Old Hu.N-Kr.ns" "BAHNBURSEns.'
We could never understand the orpn of the
designations "Old llnnkers" nnd "Barnburn
crs," applied to the two scctions of the Demo-c-atic
party in the State of Xcw York but
tho X. Y. Herald enlightens us considcrably
on this subject. It savs that the Hunkers are
a designated from their devotion tuthespoils,
alwavsltaking care to supply themsclves with
a "himk" from the public treasury-. That the
Barbnrncrs are tho:e who, disappointed in the
nduavor to obtain a "hunk," are disposed to
burn thu house which contains the spoils.
That the one party are the rats who have pos
session of the grain in the bam, and the other
tboso rats who.beingunableto obtain entrance
and a share of the spoils, would rejoice to see
the barn consumed, that the gluttons might
co supperless to ted, as wcll as themselves.
'We have no doubt that this is a true picture.
Kvmo-. The New Orleans Delta of the
2Gth uk. statcs that thcre had bcenan idle ru
jnor thcre the day before, that Levi Woodbu
ry had been selected by the Democratic Con
vention as their candidate for the Presidency,
and Gen. AVonh for the Vice Presidency.
This rnmor, says tho Delta, produced great
-ceutternation amongtheDemocrats, and great
joy-aaong the 'Whiss. Gen. Worth Kemed
to stick in tho democratic throat, likc a largo
artichoku swiilowcd thc wrong way. Wooa
bury is trencrally acceptable, but the name of
Wbrth was a universal dampcr.
C The Council of Censors mct on Wcd
nesday, but at too late an hour to pcrmit us to
give the onpnization. Montpelier Watch.fiih.,
r"In Glcucester, Itfass., thcre was aheavy
frost on tho 1st inst., and at G o'clock it
snowed quite liist In Newbutyport, also,
tkere was a httlo " llurry" ot snow, nna tlie
mcreury sank to i'J.
rr-Lord Ashburton diedon the 14th ulU
n-cd 74, nt Lonjjbcat, Wiltidiirc, the seat of
his crandson, the youlhful Alnrquts ol liath.
The present head of the house of Baring c
Co. is Mr. Francis Barinp, Lord Ashburton'6
second son. Alr. William Bnrinif, MP. lor
Thetford, succecds to the title and eetntes.
CK3"The Hon. Jacob Collamer, of Wood
ftock, publishean cardin the Intelligencerde
clining a re-eleclion lo Congress from the
It i soU that 3Ir. Calhonn tnrns the
cold Ehoulder to Gen. Cass.
Albany, May 29, 1S43.
Movemests or tue Barnbcrncrs. On
Wedncsday next, JofTn Van Buren will speak
Yesterday es-President Van Buren pris
vatelyavowed his intention to oppose tbe c
leclionofGcu. Cass to the Presidency.
CS-Lucien Murat, late ofBordentown, N.
J.. has been elected amcmber of tha French
Nalional Asembly. He is nephewofNa
iFxtraetorft lettrrlmliiDr.Wiltiania. ofVt.1
GcDlIeiueii. 1 will tlmnk vnn to sentlme two dozpn
moriof your Sarhaparilla nnd J'omalo Hilten. I tiave
uetl it witb errat euccess In four casca ordyspcpsia, cnriiiff
fachortl.cm tn an almoat fncredible short lime: likewise
oi.e cacorhCroluiim numour, ana nne ol jaundlce. l
consider it a vaiuable coninoiiud, and must say I hare
ucd il with tlie happieat tncts. tliouTd like tn havs it as
soon as eouvcnielit. llneorihfCaM'sof dspria was a
gentltiuan vt Im had tufiWed a lun; lime and liad brvn to
tlie innfs fut two seastins.
A. Boydt-n, Kwi . of Cambrid!;). curd of the drsnepiiia
of a car etanding, aucrtryjngatiundred remedits wild
out tbc leart etTt-ct.
Uenjanifn Whltney, of Lynn. cnrrd of indiccsllonand
dyvprpsia by ujiii two bottiw if tnr alove. 7
W.i: itasscl, Agent.
We have peblishcd more cvidence of the
value of Vr.ughns Great Amcrienn Rcmedy.
the vejclable Lithoiurjptic Mixturc, in our
columns lh- past C months iban we have
ever publishcdin as munyyeara of any other
preiiaration. It will stnrul highcr, nnd per
iiapf docs nt thc present nioiiieiu, than any
adverlUcd or unadvcttised mcdirine tn tlie
tvho!c calologue of nostruuin. The arlicle
ieacurefor ovcry lhiiii to nrovett. look over
our colninns and ree evidcnces ofthe rure of
Drnpsy, Ulipuniniism, Gravel. Scroftiln, ano
fifty other and various couiblain'.s, nnd frorn
licople of iruili iot, naines, dates &c givcn.
Ke;td tho pamphlct in the Aents hands.
The ndverlieeuiL'iit ii in our coluinns uuder
he Great A mcricnn Remedy."
W. P. Russer, Agent.
We likc at all tiincs,
tn g-tve credtt when
crcuit inne, anu il at the sjitie tine we can
re'icvc the dUtrcsed, w are duubly ;raii
fied ; we, iherefore, give the fullowing vol-
unlary lestimony as lo thc beticficial cflccts
ol Wistar's B.tlsam nf Wild Cherry, by the
cililnr of ihe Colntnbia South Corolinian,
who nppears lo have obtaincd grcal reliof by
its usc Ohl Doniiiiinn, Pnrisniouth, Va.
WISTAlfdBALSA.M OK WILD C11EU
liY. We scldoni rcsort to Datent medi;inccs.
Iinriug a great rrspect fnr ihe skill nf ihe re
uljr jirolfisiou, but cbance llirew inlo our
uay thcabovc uamed nicdicine, imntedialely
alicr tbc closeol ihe lasl tcssion o ilie Leg
iilnture, when our lnngs werc atmost dried
up by ihe highly rarified almosphcre of our
iovc-vnrtiied Siale-house. Thebalsam itn
meiliatcly rrleired ns of H most harrassing
.oiigh whieh ihrealened our henllh tna seri
Ktindegrce. Wcfeulthat ve aro iudepted
to it for filiceti poundn of animul weiglit
ivbicli adtlitinn once FKLT, connot be for
goiten. None senuineunlcts signcd I.BUTTS on
W., P. RUSSEL, Agknt.
TnunsDAY, June 8, 1848.
Rcportcd for tho Trarellcr.1
At markct 150 Beef Cattle, 17 pairs Work-
ing Uxen, 33 Uows and (Jalvcs, 800 fcheep,
ana JimUs, ana 1200 bwine.
PniCKS Beef Cattle Sales at SC, G,50
extra 7, 7,50:
Working Oxcn S.tlcs dull, S81, 8G and 30.
Lows and Lalvei S27, 31, 38, and 40,
Shceji and Lanibs S2,25, 3; 3,50 ; a few
cxtr.i at S5.
Swine laoc ; at rctail, 5 1-2 aG G-2c.
In LfircsttT, on the 4t!i ,inst., by S. W.
Stan!ey,E?q. Mr John Aluxander.ol'Goshen,
to .Mr& Eliza Johnson, of Brandon.
r COMMISSIONERS' NOflCE.
WE, the sabscribers, beins anoointed by
the Probate Court for the District of New Ha-
ven, Commissionop, to reccive, cxamine and
ailjust all claitns and demands of all persons
ngainst thc cstatc of
GEORGE n. SU1INER,
late of Bristol, in said District, dcceased, and
also all claims and demands cxhibitcd in ofTset
thercto : And six months from the 5th day of
June, 184b, betng auowcu by said Uourt tor
that purpose, we do thcrefore hcreby give no
tice that we will dttcnd to tbe business of our
said appotntment, at the dwelling house of
V idoiv Anne Sumner in Bristol, on thc sec
ond Satunlay of July, 1848, and first Monday
in Deccmbcr, following, from nine o'clock A.
1L until four o'clock P. M. on each of said
Amos Eddy, ") 7.3w
Amos E. Has;eltine Commhsfcners
Jcsse B. Farr. )
STATE OF VERMONT, )
District of Addison, ss. J
Be itrcmembered Ihat at a Probate Court
held at Middlebury, in and for Ihe District of
Addison on the Gth day ofJune, A. D. 184S.
Kent Wnght adminislrator of tbe eslale of
late nf Shoreham, in said District deceased, 1
present; his ndminislrationaccount for ullow
ance: It is thereupon orderedby thistourt,
that said acconnt be coosidereJ lor allowance
at the session ol ihis Courl to be held at the
ofTice of ihe Rpister of said Court in said
Middlebury, on Thursdsy the Gth day of Ju
ly ncxt, at nne o'clock in the aftcrnoon : and
that notice thcreof be given to all persons in
lerestcd, that they may appearnndmake ibeir
ohjeclions, if nny they may have.to ihe nllow
ancc ol Faid nccount, by publishing a cerlified
copy ofthis order in the Middlebury Galaxy
a neuspaperprinted "ra said Middlebury
three weeks suecossively previouwii ihe
time of said Court.
Jed. S. Bushnell, Regisier,
ue copyol Record, 7 3w;
Attest, Jed. S. Bushnell, Register.
ONE BBL. PICKLES in PBIME ORDEB,
for sale by E. VALLETTE.
June 12th, 154$. 7.
The Annual .Meettn of the Addison Coun
ty iMcdical Society, will bc holdcn nt the Vt.
Hotel in Middlebury, ou Thursday, June 15th,
at 2 o'clock P. M.
The Biographical Sketch ofthe late Dr. J.
A. Allen, will be rcad.
Oflicers for the cmuing year are to bc cho
scn. An address from the President, and
other interesting mattcr mav be expccted.
C. L. ALLEN, Sec.
Middlebury, June 2. 1S48. 0;
The Annual 3Iecting of thc members of the
Rutland nnd Addison Mutual Firc Insurance
Company will bc holdcn at thc otHce of said Com
nanv. tn Brandon, on Wednesday the 5th day of
Jnly ncxt. at 1 o'clock, P. JL, for thc purposo of
choosing Uircctors tor tne cnsuing ycar, at wbicn
timc thc board of Dircctors will make assessmcnts
to tnect thc losses for the currcHt rcar.
E. JUNE, Sccrctary.
Insurance Olficc, Gth June, 1848. 7 ; S w.
Cash paid for clean Flcece Wool.
Middlebury, June 12, 1848. 7 ; tf.
RUTLAND & BURLINGTON
Two assessments of five dollars each have been
odcrcd by the Dircctors oncach sliarc ofthe capi
tal stock ofthe Rutland and Burlington Railroad
Cmpany ; onc made payable on thc 2Gthdayof
June, and thc other on the tenth day of July
Paymcnts may be mado to thc Banks of Bur
lington, Vergennes, Middlebury, Blaek River, or
Bellows alls ; tothe Uncstnre ISank, Jvecne, JS.
IL. to II. O. Perkens. atthe Itail Road office.Rut-
land.Edward.PickcringEsq, No. G0 State Street,
Boston, or to the Trcasurcr at bisoffice in llid-
SAMUEL SW1FT, Trcasurcr.
May I7th, 1848. 46w;
HARIION A SHELDON
Has for sale, cheap for CASR and most kinds
of Prodncc, tho following
Consistins of a ceneral variety of superfine &
common Broad Cloths, Cassiraercs, Vestings,
Trimmings, Drcss Goods, Ginghams, Domcstic
Ready Made Clothing.
A full assottment ot
iTamiln (Srorcrics,- &u
and almost even- articlc callcd for.
aucep X wine, Jtopc & Oords, ISaus and Glass,
Pure White Lcad, Extra White Lead, Chromc
Ycllow, Vi'hiting, Vcnetian Rcd, Linsecd Oil,
Turpcntinc, Vnrnish, French Ycllow, Tar,
DKUGS & JlKUlClNES.a largeyariety.well
THJ5 OLD LIIME OF
From MIDDLEBURY to LARRABEE'S
POINT, lcaves Middlebury DA1LY in connex
ion with the LAKE CHAMPLAIN and LAKE
UsDnK tha present arrangcmcnt of tho Stcam
Boats, this stagc will leave thc Lake on the ar
rival of the aftcrnoon Boats from thc North and
South; and lcave Middlebury daily at 8 o'clock
A. M., in counection with thc aftemoon Boats
for thc Sonth and North.
DCPASsESCEns by taking this rontc at Mid
dlcburv, willhavean opportunity to rido on thc
s)lcndid Steamers on LAKE CHAMPLAIN,
anu view tnc old okts at icoxrtEfcooA.
Books ljit at II. iloor t Hotel, ffiddltbiiry, and
at ihe Hotel oUte Propnetor, B. B. BRO WN.
NEW LINE OF STAGES
Fnoit MiDDLimunY to Bostok, ria. Ripton,
Hancock, Stockbridge and Royalton. (This linc
intersects with thc Rutland stago at Stockbridge.)
This line of Stagcs leaves Middlebury every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock, A.
M., and arrivcs at Royalton thc satnc day at 5.
Lcaves Royalton Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays at 7 o'clock, A. M and arrivcs at Lebanon
in scason for the Cars for Boston the same day.
Passenjrers taking this routc from Boston will
arrivc at Royalton the same day at 5 o'clock, P.M.
Lcavc Royalton "lucsday, Tliursday and Saturday
at 5 A. M., and arrive at Middlelurv thc srme day
at 2 o'clock, P. M.
This line connccts with all the stagcs at Royal
ton eithcr from tke North or Sonth.
Kj"Passenjrers on any of thc Steambots on
Lake Champlain, wishing to get to Boston, will
lmil ttns the most ucsirablc routc that could be ta
ken as rcgards easc, saving of time, bcanty and
grandeur of sccnery on the way, care of dfivcrs,
We are assurod that the Contral Railroad will
be complttcd within four w;eks so as to bring
passengcrs within 40 milcs of Middlebury; after
which we shall be cnablcd to convcy passengers
from Middlebury to Boston in one day.
N. B. Tho drivcrs on this routc are thc Pro-
pnetors. Books kcpt at the Vermont Hotel and
at H. Moor's.
FOSTER, TTJPPER & GAY, Proprietors.
Jttncl, 1848. 6; tf.
STATE OF VERMONT. )
District of Addison, ss. (
Be it remembercd, that at a Prcbate Honrt hM
at Middlebury, in and for thc District of Addison
on the Cth day of Juuc, A.D. 1648, " '
Kent Wriglitadnnnislrntor ofihe cstateof
late of Shoreham, in said District, dcceased,
presents his administration nccount for al
lowance. It is thereupon ordered, ihat said
accouut be cnnsiuired lor allowance, at the
session of ihis Court lo be held at tlie office
ol ihe Register ol this Court in said Mid
dlebury, 011 Tliursday, the Glh day oi July
next, al one o'clock 111 thc nnernoon , nnd
thal said ndministralor cause noiice thercol
to be given tp nll persons intereslcd, that
they. may nppcar and make ihetrobjections.
ifnny they may have, to ihe allowance ofsaid
account bv pnblishintraccrtified conv nfthiE
order in the Middlebury Galaxy a newspa
pcr irjuicu ui Baiu .muaieoury inree weeks
successiveiy, prcvioosto the time ol said
Jed. S. Bushnell, Register,
A true copy of Record.
7 AltMt, Jed. S. ButHeV, Rejhtr.
NO. 1, TBLEGMPM ROW!
ARE now opcning at the old permancnt stand
THE RICHEST and BEST SELECTED
STOCK OF GOODS,
Erer before ofFercd by them, which wcro bought
very Low roa Casii, and which will be sold
muchlcss tbancver bcfore known, and LOWER
than advertized by ANY ONE.
Their Stock is largc, and cinbraces almost ct-
cry vanety of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
CR0CKERY & HARD-WARE,
All of which aro selling off rapidly. 3
The snbscriber would call attcntion tohis stock
0pring 0ummcr (Soous,
consisting of new and desirable styles of
DRESS GOODS, BROAD OLOTBS, CAS
SDIERES, SUilMER CLOTUS, VEST
INGS, SIIEETINGS, GROCERIES,
CROCKERY, nARDWARE, $-c, jjx:.
A share of patronage is rcspectfully solicited.
R. L. fuller;
Middlebury, May 20, 1848. 5
JUST received at the old stand near
Rail Road, a woll selected assortment of
Groceries, Paints, Oils, Pro
visions, &c. &c.
Which wc will sel for Cash or Produce. at
ratcs to sattsfy the most lasttdious.
(&00Q5 arc ouj,
and we say to all wishing to buy; como to the
Itail Koau blore and get a luil supply.
rj All kinds of Produce and Lumbcr ta-
ken in paymcnt for Goods, at the highcst
JAJ1ES M. SLADE & CO,
May 23, 1348. m3;l
Straved or Stolen,
On the nisht ofthe 2Gth ult. a dark bav mare,
two white feet switch tail, a star in hcr fore-
hcad.14 ycars old. said mare had a poke on
when she left my pasturc. Any one return'
ing thc said mare, giving information whcro
shc may bc found, will bc liberally rcwarded,
Middlebury, Juro 5, 1848 6; 3w.
ITNITED STATES HOTEL,
BY B. B. BROWN,
Iinrrnbee' Foint, Shoreham, Vt.
Tue situation of this house beincr on one of the
most delightful and roraantic points on Lake
CilAMrLAiN commandin"- as it does the Old Fotts
of Ticondcroija, and only three milcs distant from
LiAUE LiEOItGE. tnat dclichtlul curnmcr rcsort tor
vlsltcrs from all parts ofthe United States rcnders
t uncqnallcd in attraction bv anr honsa in this
sccuon 01 mc country.
PITTSFORD, BRANDON, AND
ilRTJGHT, COOKEN'G, PARLOR,
Tabor, Eaglc, Side Hill and
(warrantcd on trial to sait) and parts to stOTes &
Hollow Warc, Cauldrons. Arch and Oyen
Copper and Cast Iron PDMPS & Lcad Pipc.
Zinc and BRASS KETTLES to fit stOTes ;
with points includcd, at 2 and 3 cts per foot,
For sale by CLARK RICH,
who continucs tbc
TIN AND STOVE TMMMING
business, and manufocturinc of DRAG RAKES,
N. B. These Grass-hopptr, cast-bcara, Ploughs
are pronouuccd far superior to all othcrs forbrcak-
mg np tcnacious sotls.
Who cannot aflbrd from S2 to $G to dispcl
fcar and protectlife and property from tho cffccts
01 i.igntmng .'
Shoreham, May, 1848. ' 4; 5w.
Ihe subscnber would takc this method, to
inform his former customers and thc public,
that he is now ready to receive Wool to card
athis old stand near the PaperMilhandLopes
oy personai attentton to the business, toplcase
those who may fnvor him with their custom.
May 22, 1848. 4: 3w.
You can Buy,
OQ pounds Sugar for one dollar, (and will
soon have chcapcr.)
10 1-2 do. best Loaf same.
Coflee a prime article, for lcss than 8 cts
Tea for almost nothing.
And every thing counted for chcapcr than
cvcr before heardof. FRANCIS & SON.
Mav 22, 1848.
The snbscriber wishes to sell
his House, Barn, and half an acrc
of land.a few rods south nf llamr's
Book-Store. The nrcmises are wMI fn
witb ffood water, Thc above will be disposed of
1 U l. .1 1
,,.,, ROBERT CURRIE.
Middlebury, June 6. 1848. 6: 3w.
This may certify, tbat I have this day given
my son Henry M. Haven. his timc durins thc
rcmainder ofhis minority, and I shall claim
nonc ofhis wagcs, nor pay any dcbts of his
contracting after this date.
Shoreham, June 3d, 1848. 6: 3w
E- Rtseley & Co., C. Crosby, D. Bloomer
and Shaker Seeds, also ONE HUNDRED
VAR1ETIES ol FLOWER SEEDS
for sale by
May, 1S18. Z. BECKW1TH.
Ladies Fashionable Shoes
In a great Tariety now opcning by
FBANCI6 & BON.
May 22, 1818.
F R A N C I S & SON
Is now recciring his Snmmcr Stock of
RICH & FASHIONABLE GOODS,
comprising a fine assortment of desirable
DRESS GOODS, RLT3B0NS, LACES
AND E5IBR0IDERIES, PARA
tSOLS, GL0VES, HOSLERY,
with a complcte assortment of
Linen- Worsted & Woolen
for Men and Boys, from a shilling Denim to the
German Cloths and
with Vestings, Trimmings, Hats, Crarats &c, to
matcn, also atull snpply of
BLEACHED & BROWN
SHEETINGS & SHIRTINGS
from the heaviest to thc finest in the market,
10-4 Linen Sheetings, Batts, Wicking, Tickings
iic, also a largc lot ot
CROCKERY & GLASS WARE.
FAMILY GROCERIES, EISH, &C
MRS. R. CLEVELAND
Takcs this method of informincr tho citizcns of
Middlebury and victmty thatsue 13 tully prepared
to continue successfully her former business at
thc same placc she has occnpied for ycars.
ilavmg rccentlv retumcu lrom Boston witbthe
she is prepared to cratify the nictst taste. She
has on hand a large and choice assortment of
lionnets of all qualtties and stvlft. Also a large
and bcautiful assortment of Ribbons, embraciug
the latest fashtons.
K?" Repairing done as usnnl.
Middlebury, April 8th, 1848. 60; tf.
m T T T
Tho subscribcrs are now recciving directlj
from iSew l ork n choice and wcll selected assort
mcnt of Goods, consisting of
'WJli M MJUA Hff W Vir i
PAPER IIANGINGS, &c, &c,
The present low price of Goods in Market has
cnablcd us to lay in our spnng stocK, at sucn
that we CAN and WILL ofTcr indacementsto
the Community to buy, never before oflcred in
this place. In addition to thc above, wc haro a
& & s? sr 22 s s
of Superior Finish and Style at prices uncom
in nuantitvand Stvlc ncvcr cxcelled in this place
All we ask is to " have nn examination of our
Goods and priccs, beingwell assurcd that none
will go away without being well satisficd with
both. We fecl grateful for past favors, and re
SDCctfullr ask their continuancc.
1" Just Receivkd a great assortment of
Pap.asols and Jtaisasoletts, embractng
some of thc richcst and most beautiful evcr
brought into this market.
H. LANGWORTHY & CO.
May 22d. 1848. 4; Gm.
TID3 Suscribcrhavinelcascd thc first storc
south end ofthe Brid"e, is now recciving a
Complete Assortment of
Groceries, West India
Ofthe best nuality, which he will bc hap-
py to furnbh his friends for cash or ready pay,
As can bc boucht in the place. Ho has also
fittcd up a spacious
Which will be abundantly supplicd with rc-
frcshments at all tmes.
HENRY L. SHELDON.
Middlebury, May 22, 1848. 4 tf;
This entcrprise having met thepxpecia-
tions ot its nroieelorF. tne subsrrioer nas
made arranscments to continue a branch ol
the Kindcrhook Wool Depot
in the Village of Shoreham, Vt
the present season. He will be prepared.lo
rece'ivc Wool after the fifih of June.
The fleeces will be thrown into xoru ac-
cordin? to ifyeand qualily. A discrimina
lion will be made between Wool in goodor
bad condiiion. Thosj tvho desire il, can
have their clip kcpt scparate. Salcs will be
Snvariably for ash.
Sacks nil befunushed 10 ihose who wish,
bv their pnying the expense of Iransporta-
tion and 12 1-2 cts each lor their. use.
The charsrcs will be. for receiving, sorting
and scllin'r. one cent per iiouud, and ihe in
surance, which will bc 25c on 3100 for a terni
ol thrsc months.
in cash will be made on ihe deltveryof wool,
Arransremenis have been made with man-
ufacturers of diiTercnt grades o( wool, to pur
chase tho various sorts at their
soon aficr being received at the DepoU If
ihe opening market price is not sanslaclory.
the wool will be oflercd for sale at such time
as the owner may dircct.
Letlersilircclcd to tlie snbscriber, at Shore
ham, in relaiion to the Wool Depot nt that
placc. will rexeive immediale attenlion.
Keierencc can ne uao 10 ur. j. o. ucck-
mun. Iviniiernoon; a.t. Jonnson. .sq.,bec.
N. Y. State Agncultural Sotiety. Albany:
Hon. t- H- Jenison &Kcnt Wriaht, Shore
ham ; H. Eell, Middlebury ; J. Ellswonh,
Cornwall; J. AI. Weeks, Salisbury ; J. Hol-
comb, Brandon; L. Hall. Shelburo, Vt.
May, IS48. 4; im.
7n Yds Gro do Rhiac, Dress and MantiUa
50pieces Linen, French, Scotch and American
100 Prints of rare stylcs,
Barages, Mohairs, Lawns, mode colored,
Blaek and BlueBIaet AlnaerM. linniWin.
Silk Lace, Glmps and fringes for trimminc;
3 1-2 Bleached and Brown Sheclings of extra
quality, and cottons of crcry descriotion mar
20,000 Pieces of Crockerv
Embracins ' choicest stylcs of Embosscd Chiaa,
v r a", Bluc, White Granite and
200 Splendid SSirrors,
of all sizcs, are now open for exhibition in our
and we wonld say to all who may
WISH TO GET MARRIED,
or to those who have been thus fortunato and are
in need of Crockery, that nothing of the kind can
be found in the Valley of Lake Champlain, that
mu cumpare witn our spienuia
rockcrj) anb iitirror
A gnsd assortment of Hard ware at the same
low prices as heretoforc, is now in readiness for
mspection at AAali & UOODRICH'S,
A clioice assortment, of every description may
be found at the ONE PRICE STORE, where,
iu ve rememoerca a large per centage lias lecn
saved the purchaser since the openinjr of the One
priced Storo of NASH & GOODRICH.
June Ist, 184S. 5
8 4 i
Is now filled with a well selected assortment of
lcd VaJ a u6i js c Jut is?
and 0 1 what a falling off is therc my country
men! Nothing has occurrcd sitico the Flood
which coinparcs iu the lea with the astonishing
rcduction in the price of Goods l Ho ! a!l ye pco
ple, clap your hands! Let thc nlad tidfnss co
forth ! Lct it bc spread abroad throuzhont the
vastcxtcntof this crcat country 1 LettheFarm-
cr leave I113 plough in thc furrow ! tlie Mcchanic
bis tools on thc work bench ! thc Doctor his 110s-
trums m the pill-bngs ! the Lawyer his books on
thc dusty shelves ! the Maiden the yarn on the
spinning-whcel, and one nnd all, far and near,
younsr and old, fncnd and toc, noli aud uoor. Jew
and Gcntile, saint and sinner make one
PEOPLE'S STORE, .
Whero yoit can buy Fiae Ginghams from 15 to
Lawns 20 to 23,
Barages 25 to 82,
Muslin de Lr.nes 12 1-2 to 50,
Calicocs 4 to 1 6,
53,00 Broad Cloths for S2,00,
S2.00 Cassimeres for $1,25,
Alapaccas 20 to 75 cts,
uarpets, 30c to 51,00,
Shawls at any pricu,
Good Sugar for Gc,
CoScc 8 to 10,
Tcas from 12 l-2c to respcctable prices.
Aud nll other crticles in proportion. In fact
many articlcs I have herctofore sold I now give
away. Jx his dcclaration will bc demcd bymany
i-uuipcuiur1, uue, painiai as 11 may scem, geniie
mcn, you mustfacc thc music. I thcrcfoie plcdge
mysclf toscll goods as chcapasanyestablishmcnt
uu3 iue 01 xiicico tne ' isueen k.iiu 01 rer-
nennes not cxccptcd. I challcncc them. one nnd all,
to a companson ot pnccs. bome 1'eopu lovo to
roam, but they seek no farther after lookice: at
goods nnd obtaining priccs of their agcnt.
4 W. S. JOHNSON.
DIKE & RIDER
At Frost's Lnnding, Bridport, are now
receiving their bprnig uooils, whicn they
inviie the public to call and cxamine, qual-
itv nnd prices. Uur Uoods will be sold nt
as lowrntu for Cash as can be bought on
the Lake shorc no mxslahe-
STORING & FORWARDING
promptly attendcd to at nll times. 3
DIKE .j- RIDER have Icased the
"WIIARF, & FERRY
fonncrly occnpied by J. Frost, for a term of fivo
years. Their intention is to attend promptly to
all property consigned to their care.
No Trust after the 2d of Mav. Old acco'unts
must be paid soon. Most kinds of produce rc
ccivcd tn paymcnt. All goods will be sold low
for cash or ready pay.
52; tt. E. Jiuwi.
THE subscriber would take this method to in
form the pcoplc of Middlebnry and vicinity, that
he has iust rcturncd from New York, with a wcll
selected assortment of
French, German and EnglUh Broadcloths,
Enqlish and vrtnch Laslimcrct; also,
l)rab,Gold Mixed andfancy Ticeeds,
also Plain and Figwed Satins of
erei y rariety; Plain Blaek
Fancy English and French Cassimeres, Stim-
mer Imllings for panls.
At the same cstablishment mav bo found as
good an assortment of
As was cvcr offcrcd to the notice of the pub
lic, consisting of TWEEDS, CROTON and
LINEN COATS; also, n great rariety of Pants
and Vests, Orer-hnuls, Shirts, Collars, Bosoms,
Gentlemen fuf nishine; their own Goods. can be
assurcd that they will be made up in the best
workmanlike manner, and at thc shortest notice.
rrw- CDTTING attended to as usual. and
warranted tofit in. all cascs if properly made np.
CPRemcmbcr at the Stors net door to f.
F.Russcl's Drng Store.
Middlebnry, May 9, 1848, -2 t
AT his old stand, near thc bridire. ii now re
ceinng, a more than onlinary qnanuHy and qual-
Selected from tha best market. with
and adapted to the
ut ttus section of tha country. Priccs will bj
May 9, 1848. 5
P. W. COLLINS.
T,I??&nd StaPIe Dr Goods, GROCERIES
S?? ' S "J,S"0ES. FISII,allkinds,I-LOCR
PtVPffi5-0It & DYESTUFFS,
O AKmr oe1i'CEMEXT' TAR, 1 ITCH
?nA Vi.Sr BLOSSmjRGE, NEW CASTLE
51. QCrik,???f C0M Carrot an1 Sugar
most kinds of Goods to be found in any toro in
52. part J? ,h,W2.rlJ- 1,03ssing su-periorad-rantagcs
he will ofTer exttaonlinary induccmenta
topurchascrs. O- Country produce waotcd ia
exchangc for Goods.
Vergennes, May 16th. 1843. j
To purchaso a handjorae, fair sized thoat. 0
good brecd, for which Cash will be paid.
Middlebury, May 29, 1MS.
V ''fiBfih Wnntorl" aien
AFAIUI FOR SALE.
ihe subscriber ofTcrs for sale hia farm. ronsist.
ing of 80 acres of tho most profitaMe land in tho
County, which lics on tho u Foot Street" road to
L R. WAINWRIGHT.
Middlebnry, May 23, 1S4S. 5:3w.
The largest stock yet, aud from 8 cts upwardj.
New patterns now opening
by JfKANCIS & SON
THE ulucriber has jut rrturned from New
Yrl, and i now reccmnj , at lorB jrj
Monkton Rorodgii, tlie largctt and iuo pen.
did assortn-cnt of GOODS ctcr ofiVred fof'ale ia
in thu part of the state: cnnidstiiig of " H Y
G O O li S of almoat every aricrv and h!c
Groceries, Hardwaro, Crockery
and Glasswarc, Drugs and
" rIcdici'nes and Paints,
Linsecd and Lamp Oi!, Cut and
ffindow niass and Pulty, Salmon Ma'kcr-
rl. Codfish. and Supecfinc Flour,
he intendn to keep constantly 011 Iiaml, and icl! nt
12 1-2 ccnts lulvanci: frora Vcrjeancj prices.
.1 large a.surtment of VlTf.V. IUsginoj and
Coktaik I'APEBof new and Iwautiful p:illcrrn.
All of which will Ira oM at the toivest pnsniblo prl.
cea for cash, Iiuttcr, eliecsc, Krain, fcalher," nnol,
ilicep'i' pclK.bcc.s wax.&c. Uc. or approTed iliurt
He desires tonay tn lilj friends and tho p!lo
that he iiitends to makea ,wrniniitr.t ttand, and du
businexs on a fair scale, and tlie most arcoinni'tdn
tinjj terms tliat Iie will sell a Chzap (I10 rncan
what Iie sajs ifnot clieapar than ean lm 'fooiid ai
anjr other store in this vicinity .sqd ihbcIi clirapM
than a everbefoia thoujht of.
03-AI1 are most reipyctfiillv infiird to rall.
T. c. Sjirm.
Monkton, May 17th, 1513. 4
J&nd still they Oome ! I
More of those
Selling solow, that it isabont giving them away,
constautly arriviug at No. 1 , Tclecraph R- w.
FRANCIS & SON
Middlebury, May 22, 1 843. 4
ABBOTT k BROWN .havinir iust ro.
turned from Boston and Kpy York. nro
prepared to ofler customerrt gimil bnr-
gains 111 SrAl'L.K AND FAKCY DRY
GOODS, (JR JCF,UIES, CROCKKRY,
GLASS WARE, PAINI S, OIL. SALT,
FISH, FLOUR, PLASI FJI.. Szo. &c.9
Having selected their Gnodn with inucli
cnre.froin thebcalHouscs iu bothMarkets.
owtst (as) Jpvircs,
And feclin-! confidcnt that Ihcv are dp.chl.
eilly cheap they rcspectfully invite tho
1'ublic tq call aud c.tamine their Stock.
P. & STOBAGE & FORWA D IKG
UUAK iVf LUWEST KATES.
Larrnbee's I'oim. May 15, 1813.
0PP0SJTI0N TO MOiWOLY,
FIRST ARRIVAL OF
Is now receiving a large and cxtcnsive stock of
Staple and Fancy
Among which may be I'ound Bonnet.
Bonuct Silks and Ribbons. Artibcials fc
Kouchy. nlso a great Vitriety of Dress
Goods fur Ladies, viz :
Splendid Ginghams from 121-2 io25cu
Barages &. Muilins 12 1-2 to 25,'
" I.atvns and .lfuslins very cheaii
- Furniture Prints and Culicocs from 4 to'
12 1-2 cts, and a great lot of I'nrajola
from l'c to Bleached and Brown
Cottons astoniidiingly cheap
Broad CIoiIik, Cnssimercs, Pui'nctts &c.,
Also 1000 yds Sumtner StuflsiFotn 9 tn
23 cu, Bed Tick aud Dr'J'iMfein Sto
" 3" ALSO
Groceries, Crockery, Gla.'s and Hardwaro,
Good Brown Sugar from 3 to 6 1-1 .,
tood 42enut Tcn fnr25rts Drugs arnl '
Medicuies. Lititeed Oirfor C5 cetits por
gallon. White Lcad, very cheap. a'so
JNails. Window Glass, Putty. Nail Rod?
vtd Waggon Tire, A cls-pcrlb. -Togcthcr
with n iargc assortinf ntof oth
cr Goods not necessary to mentiqn'jVJI of
which vvillbe sold equally cheap"n trrujo
mentioned. for Cash, am. at a vory smal
profit abov for Produce or ahort npproveif
credit. The Public are respecil'nlly iuvi
ted to call, examine anil purchass.
New Hven, May, 1313. v JJ;
ALL NEW 0080S.
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