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Liverpool papers say: "We under
.Uind that the difficulties which have sur xoundea oar relations with the United States Era in a fair waj of adjastment, and b"'-;ve that great assistance has been rendered by William Brown, II. P., in the divisions between Mr. Dallas and Lorl Pulinerston, which, it is confidently hoped will prevent a rupture between the two countries." GREAT BHITAIX. In 1'ariiatneftt several items of minor interest had occurred. A committee of the Uouse of Lords recommend that ex ecutions henceforth take place within the jail precincts, as in America. No inter ference is contemplated with the usages of capital punishment in British North America and Australia. The decimal eoia comrulttee cannot report this session Secretary Labouchere stated tltat Cape of Good Hope advices were to May 1 , and that the Home Government had sent out troops to prevent a Kaffir rebellion. On the 16th, the Queen reviewed 14,000 Crimean .troops at Aldersholt camp. The Queen grants five years' exclusive privilege to Ord, Ilindson & Ilenshaw, of Liverpool, to the guano on three is lands off the South Coast of Arabia, re cently ceded by the Imaum of Mushat. An explosion had occurred at the Cymuiercoal mines, near Cardiff. One hundred and ten men were killed. The trial of Win. Dove, for poisoaing by Etrychuine, is going on at York, and excites attention second only to the Pal mer trial. The lioyal Agricultural Society of Englund is in session at Chelmsford. Several Nova Scotiar.s in Liverpool propose giving a dinner to Sir "Williams, previous to his departure for Halifax. Profcsrfor Frazer is elected . to the CLair of Logic at Edinburgh. A formidable insurrection has broken out iu Spain. The imbroglio began by the opposition compelling Espartero and 'Ministry to resign, and the appointment of a uew Ministry, viz : O'Donnell, Min ister of War ; Deaz, Foreign Affairs; Cautero, Finance ; Rosas, Interior; L' Uzduga, Justice ; Ollada, Public Works. ".""Espartero is supposed to have left Madrid ; at loa.it it is not known where he ia. Immediately on the new appointments the insurrection broke out iu Madrid. The National Guards assisted the citizens in erecting barricades, and being attacked by the troops, fighting ensued ' in the streets tor twenty-four hours, with much .loss on Loth sides. The -Queen presented herself to the tombatants, and a government dispatch says she was respectfully recalved ; but other staieraents say the insurgents pro claimed a Republic. Gen. Eufaute, President of the Cortes, ' eonimauded the insurrection. O'Donnd was appointed to the new municipality of! Madrid, and he declared all Spain in a ate of siege. He is acting.. with vigor, but Paris dispatches eny that the French Government do not believe iu his re maining master of the situation. . O'Donnell, by decree, dissolves the National Guards, and calls on them" to s deliver up their arms. Gen. Enfante assembled the miuoritv ! the Cortes, but O'Donnell cauied them . to ha dispersed. . Gen. O'Donnell's tlispatch savs he hopes to suppress the insurrection, from which it is surmised that the revolt is yet ; unquclkd. 'The revolt has broken out at Saraos ea; all Arragoa is more or lets iu iiisui- a rtct;on, and ftars art; tntertaiued of an - o'Jtbreuk at Barcelona. I'aeis, Friday, C P. M. There is uo ' , iuter intelligence from Madrid. La Pa triot Ears that the report of a movement ia Sarsgossa is cor.Ermed. It is asserted that Gen. Falcon, vho commanded the place,' and who was formerly aide-de-ui!' to Espartero, made his jironuncia- rtientov ttii the concurrence of a part of the laLabitants ; but according to private intelligence, he was not 1'ollowtd by the troops, who, on the contrary, retired to the heights and castle which commanded ; Sarrrqassa. A later telegraphic mescage from the Cupieia-General of Catalonia, dated 17th ftatei that all was quiet in that jrinci 1 Tit coiTtsiKindeut of the Daily Swt wl i l '!raj evenine, fcavs : I learn from reliablt; 'sources, that the French govern- iuvhi ua already given orders ior the formation of an Army 0f Observation on the fejauit,h frontier." MAtKiD.JulylC-At eight o'clock lias morning tiie in.. .:. y o - "'"-iicei.iuc was over come on all joints. Gen. Concha oh- tained possession of Toledo Gates. As ome of the insurgents still held the pla- za, several measures were taken to at - Kickthtm. 'He various bodies of the lower orders were commanded bv Pachita. The kit remains of the insurgents, - ; - Fachita was killed, and twelve pieces of artillery were in bis possession in the plaza Sevaldo. The Queen islted the wounded; hap pily the victims Were not numerous. The government has been admirably sup ported. The disarming of the 5s ational Guards is actively carried on. The thoroughfare is re-established. All is tranquil in the Provinces, except at Saragossa. Madeid, July 17. To-day order is completely re-established at Madrid. The Queen, accompanied by the King and by Marshal O'Donnell, has just re viewed the garrison. The troops and people received their Majesties and Mar shal with enthusiasm. To-morrow will take place the solemn burial of the soldiers who have died glo riously in defending the throne and " or der. The twelve pieces of cannon posted on plaza Sevaldo belonged to insurgents; they were captured by the royal troops after some hours fighting. The Daily Ifeics has published the fol lowing dispatch from the Paris corres pondent, dated Madrid, Thursday : In surrection here has been suhpressed, af ter a combat which lasted CO hours, and was fiercely obstinate. The dead are very numerous. The National Guards have been disarmed. Forty deputies, now present at Madrid, having associa ted themselves to convene the Cortez in a legal manner, were dispersed by the trcops. The whereabouts of Espartero is still unknown ; he is probably at Sar asossa or at Legrour. HOLLAND. The King has appointed a couiniisbion to report oa the means of expanding the Dutch Eastern commerce via the Isth mus of Suez canal. GERMANS. The Zollverin have effected their ob jtct to establish a Custom House at Bre men, and will levy duties and establish bonded warehouses there. Most of the goods smuggled hit the Zollverin come through Bremen.. DENMARK. Koine disturbances have occurred in Copenhagen, from. Mormon preachers. The military arrested the. ufienders. . AUSTEIA. The Emperor lias granted- an extensive amnesty on the birth of his second daugh ter. The English Peninsular Oriental Com pany have put on a weekly steamer to Ibraila, on the Danube, in opposition to the Austrian Lloyd's. HALT. Naples letters say that sigus of revolt are more frequent, and- even the army is discontented. Government increases its securities. Austria ha3 sent another note of re monstrance ; and a letter in Borsenhall says, if not attended to, a special ambas sador will be sent to Denmark for a cat egorical guaranty. Austiia is supposed to be acting by instigation of Fiance TCBEY. The bospodars of Moldavia and Wal- lachia are definitely removed and replaced by limit.- Ptliesier had- lauded' at Constantino- The Sultan would give a-bantptet to Pelisaier and Codrington. EUSStA. ' ue Crimea was entirely evacuated excepting the Allied ships carrying away hewn stone and iron from SebastopoL Gen. Luders had giv en orders to re spect the grav.ee of the Allies in the Cri mea; The Emperor JS'icholas is reported to have left memoirs of his reign, to be pub lished live years hence. The coronation is official! v fixed for August Slist.-, The crops in Southern Russia look well. Vermont State Agricultural Society. The Sixth Annual FAlltof the Ver mont State Agricultural Society will be held at Burlington, on Tuesday, "Wednes day, Thursday, and Friday, the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th days of September next The spot selected for the exhibition commands fine views of Lake Cham plain on the West and the Green Moun tains on the East, which render the bite peculiarly attractive. . The grounds will be prepared with, ample accommodations for the exhibition of all animals and ar ticles, and contains suitable pens, stalls, and halls, a gallery overlooking the trot ting course, and a well graded track for trial of horses. Handbills containing the announce ment, premium list, committees and reg ulations, may be obtained upon applica tion to any of the directors,, cr of the KecordinS Secretary at Brattleboro. j wo trrors occurred in the printing of l le.s' e ,iame of Iavxi Hull of iniupon, tuouid be substituted ior that B. B. Kewton of St Albans, as one of! ir, ?ireclor!i ; and Prosper Merrill of t ckhville t chairman of the committee t n rdatcC(1 llorbes, in place of II. II.) ! auS culmixo. ! j Bee. .StTr. State Ag.Sov. j DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. ALL of the Democrats are requested to meet at BAHTON VILLAGE, 15th DAY of AUGUST, 1856, at 10 A. IL, fer the purpose of Nominating Candidates for County Officers to be supported at the September Election, A. S. Eaton, V Nelson Rasd, . - County A. Paxxe, ) Com. Receipts for the Standard, For the week ending July SI N. Wi BiBgham, Irasburgh, $1,50 E. Jennc, Derby, 1,25 IL S. Page, llydepark, -,S3 Joseph Bo well, Troy, 1.25 Milo Farrington, Coventry, 1,25 John W. Frasier, Albany, 1,25 G. W. Seaver, ,C2 A. Corey, Cra&sbury, ,62 Hiram Stevens, Craftsbury, C2 Moses Boardman, Greensboro, ,62 John Cuthbertson, ' ,62 Gawn Campbell, " ,62 E. P. Richardson, " ,C2 A. R. Gray, Coventry, . 1,00 HollisDorr, 1,25 Azro Gray, ' 1,25 Geo. Hutchins,-Newport, ,35 "I DIGEST!" Such is th. tUK mkamsg of the word "PEPSIN," or of the two Greek words from which it is derived. This is the significant and appropriate title of the TF.CE DIGESTIVE FLUID, or GASTRIC JUICE, prepared by Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON, of Philadelphia, from the fourth Stomach of the Ox, fur the cure of Indigestion aod Dyspepsia. It is Nature's own remedy for an unhealthy Stomach. No art of man cun equal its curative powers. It renders GOOD EATING perfectly consistent with HEALTH. DS" See Advertisement in another column. XJxi.it cc3. States AJiD Foreign Patent Agency. 16 Middle St., Lowbll, Mass., V. S. A. ELIIANAN W. SCOTT, Draftsman, Practical and Theoretical Mechanic for Fourteen Tears. psoex'KEs pa texts' Ia this and all Foreign Countries where Patent Laws Ernst. REFERENCES. The undersigned Wve for several years been acquainted with Mr. E. VV. Scott, and state with pleasure that he is a gentle Ulan of unquestionable integrity, and knowledge in the business in wh'.ch he it? engaged. serauiillacs, alayorol Lowell. I. W. beard. Attorney at Law, and Assistant Treasurer U. S., boston. H. B. Smith, Manufacturer of Machinery, Low ell, Mass. Elisha Huntington, Ex Lieut. Governor Mass., Lowell. D. S Eiehardson, Attorney at Law, and County Commissioner. A. K. Brown, Attorney at Law, and Director of Uie roesit liunK. PATTERNS lor Castings, and MODELS for jiHcuuies, proinptlv uianulactured. March 6, lboti iotf CoUItECTED WEEKLY FROM TIIE X. E. FAltSIliU. CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET. Weutjesbat, July 23, 1S56. At market 611 Cattle, 600 Beeves and 81 stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cowa and Calves, yearlings, two and three years old. Priced Market beef Extra "$fl,00n6.25; 1st quality, $8,00u0,OO; 2d quality, I,50a7 ,75; 2d quality, 67.0U; ordinary, S6,50u0,0e; Hides S7-,Oita(t,00 per cwt. Tallow SS,0Oii'J;O0 per cwt. Pelts 5,7a,7o each. CnlfSkins. 13ctgperlb. Barrelling Cattle None. Veal Calves J-1,50 to 8. 412 at market. Working Oxen $126 to 238 Cows and Calves 32 to 62. Yearlings None. Two Years Old 22 to 42. Tbre Yea-rs Old So to 62. Sheep and lambs 2C"6 at market. Extra, 55 to 10. By lot 52,50 to 1,50. kwiue None. BOSTON MARKET. Wholesale Pkices. July 26, 1856. TLOUE AXD ilLAL per bbl. Genesee 6 00 a 6 00 Ohio, common- e 00 a 6 60 Ohio ctlru 7 60 a 6 1)0 -Meal a 75 a li 25 GUA1S per bushel. Corn, Northern Corn, Southern, Yellow Corn, do. White Kye Oats, Northern . Oats, Southern Oats, Eastern liarley White Beans 00 a 0 70 a 70 65 a 67 fcu a 05 6 a 47 40 a 00 40 a 00 1 00 a 1 10 2 25 a 2 50 It AT per ton. Eastern 12 a 11 8 a 10 HOrS-per lb. First sort, 1655 LUMBER Boards, from bhiugles Chipboards' Iiatiis- fepruce Lumber 13 00 a 40 00 2 00 a I 00 17 00 a 88 00 1 60 a 2-00 10 00 a 11 00 POTATOES per ILL Common 60 a 75 Chenango 1 00 a 1 25 PBOViSlOXS per bbl. Beef 10 00 a 14 00 Pork 17 60 a 24 00 Lard, per lb- 12 a 14 17 a 10 14 a 16 a -11 Butter, choice Butter, good Cheese fcEEIV-per lb. Clover, Northeru Clover, Western and Southern Herd's Grass, per bushel Bod Top, Southern Bed Top, Northern TALLOW per lb. American American, rough 18 a 17 12 a 13 8 00 a 8 25 60 a V0 1 25 a 0 CO 10 a 11 7 a 7 1-2 WOOL Domestic, per IU. Saxon and Merino fleeoe 62 a 8 uil blood 47 a bl 1-2 and 8-4 blood 88 a 46 Common 1-4 blood ltd a &n l'ulkd, from extra to No. 2 to a 2 LEATHER per lb Philadelphia city si a 35 Lo. Country 30 a 82 llaltimore city 82 a 34 1)0. dry hide 27 a 80 New York, light ' 23 a 2tt Do. Heavy sj, 3 boston slaughter 2 g 26 Calf skins, per lb Heavy, curried 00 a 00 Light, "do. 70 a eO WAGONS r WAGONS! VLOT of eood down country Wagons war ranted all right, for sale at LA I UN'S. Barton Lauding, July 23, 1366. 3Uf. WANTED!! -t t SmAET young Men o PeddW Tin. Glass, lv Crociery. and Wooden Ware. To com- I mence bv the 1st of September, for which the , teat wage will be paid. I or further tjrticuir ' : - e t. . r. l vr t.i . r , muut vi x. yauvi. i i , irasourn- V.U. A liliUH N 4. CO. War.tr, K. I, JuW 15, in,6 - r 6w 100,000 Good Sprm-e SbinR'e foraaleby WALWORTH & WEST. LIBERA TIOX SOT1CE. THIS may certify that 1 have thii dnv relin. quished to my son William L. liuta-MX, nis time dun. a the remainder ol ins minority , and shall claim none of hi wages, nor pay any debts oi ku contracting alter uiis oaw. T . . I : v Y,"cr-r.. Witness, Aiiozo Brooks. Newport, My 1, lti6. SlwS. . or ice. VLL persons are hereby Jorbid harborm or trusting my mn (iooDWis W. rricvfca, on tnr account ; as r shall p v no eht of ht oou- tractinj; after Uiis dute. U'iEAil 6 It YLOS. CralUbury , July 22, 1S56. COL. EREMOINTS LIFE. Tht only QmijtKU and Aulhai-Ltd Edition. THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OP JQmS CHARLES FSEEOST. WITH AN CCt;KATE P0KT8A1T OS STEfcl One neat 12mo. Trice 51. ByJiilinBigcIow.Esq., Editor X. Y.EvnriErrost flAIIE subscribers assure the public that this volume, prepared by a gentleman, whose ro sources for the material and authorities ar direct. wii ue t lie oniv complete oioprapnv ot tire emi nent EXPLUKER, SOHOLAK, f ATlsSMAX, AND HKUO, whose recent noininati.,n ly tiie Republican parti-, for tli highest ofhYe li, t!iC (tilt of the peop M has awakened a renewed inter est in Lis wot-uerluicareor. Aluch material here tofore unnecessable to. the general reader, inclu ding incidents iu his early career, is incorpora ted iu this volume. Orders should be addressed W DEKISY & .JACKSON, Publishers, No HO Nas sau Street, New York. Agents wanted iu every town of the several Slates to canvnss for the above work. Sow 8 Copies sent by mail postpaid on receipt of prica. And Female Collcirislf Iaxlitnte. EXV. C. 7. CUEHING. A. Principal. Fall Term of 14 weeks wit! begin Autr. 21. 1856. Full Term of 14 weeks will end Nov. 26, ISM. Winter Term of 14 weeks will begin Dec. 4, 1S56. rpHE Academic year is divided into three Terms A of 14 weeks efcli ; alTordiug time to, accom plish Text -book thoruuhli). The strictest attention will be paid to young men titting for College. The course in the FEMALE DEPAETMEXT is as thorough as that iu the be3t Female Colleges. Swcittl tiicMities in French, whicb in tfluchitv Ornamental branrUet whicb are uuder the care of I an accomplished Artist in Vocal and lugirrunen- tal .Music The location, for beauty, bealthfulness and ac cesaibiliry, is unsurpassed. Address the Priucipal for further particulars,. PRENTISS KNIGHT, See. Newbury, Vt., July 15, I&06. SUtf A HEW BOOK Every Man his cwa Physician, "Or a Suunii AlituI in a Sound Cody at a cheap rait." npiIE subscriber having just received a new 1 supply of Bacu's Amekicas Fkactice, and celebrated Family fliysician, aould take this method to inform his customers and all concern ed, that he ia prepared to furnish the above work at the extremely low price of 3,00. Please send in your orders and they will re ceive prompt attention. Wouev sent by mail at my ribk if registered according to law. GHESTLK BEOWK. Craftsbury, July 8, 1856. K. li. When this edition are all sold there will be no more to be had until they can be re-stereotyped, (as the plates were destroyed bv the re cent lire in Boston, with only about 600 copies left,) which will be some time, and then thev will probably be held at the former pnoe, viz., S5,00, and as they are in great demand at prebent, de lays are dangerous. I20w3 C. B. Great Excitement ! rglfiE sulworiber has for sale at ISLAND A PONS, a god assortment of G-XLO02I3Xl.I22:3, und at very low prices. Flour per bbl. 7,37 n 7,76 Codfish, small, 2,75 Codfish, large, y,75 Pollock, - 2.7 Pork per bbl. 22,6 a 2u.00 Pork per lb. 12c a 13c Lard, " , 12 1 2c Sngai-H, ic a 6 3.4c BoxJiHisiua ia 1.2c Kiee, 4 1.2c baleratu, . - 6 1 2c Fine Salt, U7c Turks Is'and. 6ic Asbton Salt for butter, 52,57 per bag. Young Hyson l ea, a good article, lor 2uc ; au extra one for 42c; best, 60c Will it pay for quite a journey for Goods at the above prices? A. J.' GLEEN. Island Pond, July 2, 1856. 27LP fTUE snlscribcrs are agents for S. & A. Dow, J. of Johnson, for the sale of cloths of their manufacture, which they will sell in exchange for cash or wool. GEOEGE WOETUIXGTOX, Jr. L CO. Irasburgh, Jan. 4, lb&6 ltf FREKCH&KOBIKSOX, TAXIVEKS AKD CUBKIEIIS, GjxjvtK, Vt. li7 OCLD say to their friends and patrons, that v they are now prepared toexecuteall orders for Tanning in a manner unturjxuuKd by any firm in Kewl England. Green Hides wanted iu exchange foi Ouh. Itemember that we puv a LiTiut more for Ilides and Skins than uny iixy the. Sole and Vppor Leather, and Calf Skins, of a superior q ualitv always on hand, and for sale at the lowest market price 25 ly J.t-cJx Plate; A KCH Aah "d 0ven Moutli6- Cooking lUugcs, 1 - Farmers Boilers, Chain Pumps, Iron and Copper Pumps, Lead Pipe, Iron Sinks, for sale cheap by U. CUAMBEKLIS & Co. Bartou, July, 15. tf COMSIISSIOXEU'S NOTICE. HAEIIISOX L. CHEKEY'S ESTATE. fPHE Suliriberi, having been apn(itntd bv the A Hon. Probate Court lor the District of Or leans Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all prrwms, against the estate of HAKUISOX L. CilLXEY, late of Barton, in said district, represented in solvent, and the term of six months from the 25th day of June, 1W)6, being allowed by said Court to tne creditors of aaid deceased, to ex Uibit nud prove their resiiecuve claim belore us: GIV E KOTICE, that we will attend to the dus ties of our appointment at the office of S.tmuel A. V illard, iu Uitrioa in said District, on the of September and November next, at one o'clock in the aften-oon, oa each of said dai. SAMl'KL A. Vt LLLA11D, j AbU'M SMITH. jComur. Barton, Juiy 8, 1SS6 22: w3 Xj"5T3?jror HARBLE WORKS.! riUE stihseribers. ender the name and fina of ' X wiTEK Sc M in ri.rtc. ! having opened a shop ai Lyuoon Cunsar i.r the pnriMe of wot kmg Marble, beg leave to kit to the public that tiiey intend to keep constantly on nana a large ana weu seseciea assortment of tlie best ITALIAN & HAEELE which they are prepared to manufacture into ClUVLSTOAES & i marble tops for Tahlaa. in the bedt style and at ta! are also prepared to furnish mar hie tut Wash buinds, and Oounter. Also, Orat.it and , Marble Posu. freestone work, and ail otaer stone! work usually done in similar eatabiisiuoents . j We mean our work tiwii be eoual to the i from a full supply of material, we mean to ve our customers a oou cinsnee to Mscl tosaittWlr various wtbes; and bv floiujr our work well and at the kiei u-inj- pri-es, we bopt u, reoeive and I merit a1leral sliareof puWie tmtronara. Cjt- All worst sriii be delivered ie fr-a; tii-siue ta our cUc- J'HS B. M INTI R. I s: U. KIMBALL cf Eartwi t for , ibtive tB..x!3r. BACH'S American Compound. riHE subscribers wr,n14 ru!cu'u!iv uk the , . :Uoaol U,e People ot Vrui,t, Ut the ctaiiu ol ' JJACH S AMEKICAN COMPOUND, A one ol the be premixatioM r-fi,re th t-ubl c lor lie rehei aad cure oi the lu.iow.njt cotup.aii,u onchtdi. Ministers' Sur Throat. Cul- omrl, ' J urn a t and Clcerutcd .Vre Movths,S-treXpi'btJI,rru-itl Tuints Ftver &rr.s, Scrnfala. Ub-eration pf the LwiffS and Stomach, all Aerrv.ia ' Cutiilamli, Female Wculncss and Jr- regiLiitri'ifs, Fluor A'J'us, (or White?) Coughs arising from at Irritated Throat, Piles, Weak &vmackt-in faet, any case of WEAKNESS, iH.AMM AT('.'S. ..r lilPl'LE bLOUtl, I bE tii.'S kKJJEUY. " In the ctt of Anl.orB. whore ihU tntfaiip t preimre. and tlie-Propri-tor r;(de, a large lii of the moat relinble aisd rspectl( t ' of i; ellicacy have been t'uruislieii 1(1 -t tvir, fry the voluntary prcmplinc ef lho.e iiikli re heved and cured of hmg :at)dii atil ltn-melv Bgi'tTtvatcd i!5ct;.Hi of the aui ve cutnpiuiut, from a grateful desire to spread it knotti!?, and prt.note iLe good of otuws wlio mavUi saa iiarly tfiiicted. Iu titflueoce hnt been pTiiliariv br.rv in all cns of Jhjtmchuti nti 'J't-rwu oJtt:t-ritm9. t-tm !ig!.-t to CUnmie JuSnnm.iti.ms an4 Vitrftiims. Aio in some very marked cases of Female Weak ness and Irregularities asd ninny oUitr coui plairUji ennmerated above. We have also someUronff cwr. th; charac ter in our ow n State, iu wtn.-to it ita bn ued with ttou.hrul sarciM, w here f.r vears r ort to many other remedies have tn.led 'to f.r.t rn!; Its ingredieoN, atuong hick is a cutujoaud 'BKfcCU DUOPS," OU "CASCEK ROOT," and comixifition aie such a ta render it immim-i. ly safe and hanulewi. requiring theexere e ol no Sjieciul care in regard to the habits ut lut iudt- TMMmt, Levoiiu ttmt ordinarily iieocarv. From a persoiuil knowief)re of these facta, I do not hei'a'e to sny t all who are ii, any wav al llicted with Bodily WekBs, Debi'ntv, luliiini uiation, Impure or Siuggi h IllooJ, that BACU'S AMEU1CAX COMPOLND l iwommenf'ed in the strongest assarauce of liili.f and Vurr 1 i:ED. E. SMITH. MonrtHilW. W holesale Agent for the State of Vermont. To whom all orders should be addressed. TO DRUGGISTS AND 0 THLE DEAXEBS, AC.tlll). . or he convememee of lirusg bts and io lirid- uiuo usoi uon .uruicine in uie &Uktl ot I er- mont, a constant supp'v will be kept inhe band of onr State Aptnt, 1 kKI. K. SI! I I'M. and all BDpik-ations or orders will be prutnnllv tiled, oa the tame term at waj aiMretsal to ut " P. V. It. COVENTl! V & CO , Prow"tor., t2 Genesee St., Aubuiu, S. Y. CCKTIFICATKS. Important from Dt E. W. Sabin, of Eochestar. S. Y. December 1. 1f. This may certify that I have ma le a trial of -KACU 8 AMKKICAK CoKIMtaD" in B CM Of severe JSrimchuU AfftcUun. and a long standing irritation of tiie mu.iis co.it f ttieAUmcniarg trail. By the use ol two bottles of the above Compound it is thought a iiermaneii' eura was aricted. I have seen its wonderful edi-o s in a decided case of ikralula Cbflf umition, w here the patient was thought to be beyond curt after taking a lew bot tles of the American Compound ia now thought to be out of dantier, and nearly tctlL From hat i have seen of the effect ot the Comjiound, I should certainly recommend its use in surh cases as above named. E. W. SAtll.N, M. D. Auburn, X. Y., June 10. lfcfii. We, the undersigned, have received the formu la for preparing Bach's Aw kiucaj. Cumiisjsd," and as far as we have tested it, can recommend it general use as a tonic and alterative Medicine. tO I'.EMOVE VITIATED HtMOKS OK TDK UUKI1I, and peculiarly miunted to Females sutrennir frofn Leucorrhoea, ( Whies,) and to thoe wh con stitutions are enfeebled from Jnlmtuttrrtt rern: JOSEPH M. MOSt HIS. M. H., 1.ANS1NGH IiKIGGS, II. D., A. C. TABLE, 11. ii. Hon. I) L HODGE, of Auburn, X. Y, and late member of our State Legislature, and one ol the most accomplished rhync ians and CheiuUta of our country.after givinc tins medicine his jier sor.al observation, says: "jt it dttined to turirr tetle all tiquid jn tpurationi for (Jie care if Chrome distatHt." Bach's Family Reeie Hook is lo be had praii of all Apen's you will there see cores of (.licen ses recorded and you are invited to communi cate with any whose certificates are given, in order to prue them genuine. , CAITIOX. AM the genuine m"l cine 1 eiir the fuiimik of P. V. K. COVLXiEY fit CO., ou the outside wrnpner. Principal Office and Depot, f2 Gestae Sr. AfBt f.it, K. Y. FKED. E. SM1TU, Geaeral Agent for the Bute of Vermont. Tor sate by C. C kELLAM, IrasLurcL, Vt. 25 ALBANY HOTEL, Bl'D-iVID KL.4IJ5DELE. ALBANY, VT. Formerly k-pt by II. IL Holt, is now oca for the accommodation of the pubhc 1-lr II. IL FROST, At'orncy asd Counsdlor tl law end Solitikir I. CIIANCEKV.. COVLBTl;!, 1. C. W. SCOTT, JkL HoniropaSWe riiysiciua end Eorifcn, lliASEl UOU, LKMONI. Office over Wortiiiuctou's Stoie. Mil. ILltFiLNGTOX, l'l.O"fcJ.MJK uf PESHAESEIP. AKD STEEOGEAFHY. Post OHice addtess, North Iroy, Vt. 21m7 IL IL CARPENTER, M. uoauuiuiuic riIVSlCI.4 A.M St'GEC., DEIiEV CENTUE, VT. Office at his residence on East Street ltf X. W. SCOTT, AutkT rub rtracn' Su'.ual Fire Iusunm tenpecr. Cuveb, Vr. Mil. k MRS. L. RAKFJi, HYrilOPATHlC PIIYSICIAJKS. GuivtK, Vt . Si I) j JOHN JI. RRAYNARD, I DIII'ITV MltlUI I', M ESI CHAtLX.il OX, .KaOAJ.. 4 DR. C. M. RUJ3LEE, (f ormerly of alooinelier, Vt) ( 212 TkEMOXT IStltrtT, - . lUj-tOS I ..., ttjijs. tr- r MMci il the fmctlc tt Jl" "le "n'' citrger, ront.nue to give (jei! ! i iu-ntiuc v treatment ol ii.se of Um Li a aud UK. .March t l;".K,t W. BAXTE1J & 0., ! 1MPOB1EUS ASt lA!.tkS JS f U'SI. f II; t 13 ti. WIPP . . 1 J tli-5 ihL( Tai to Cutierr, Paper Uiut.u,- fiUar MSIda&d Itacguig Li.o.K, tmj Laot mtvi k luni. PLATED WkTP i ASia iU-J ' VK"' opcout, ftc, 4f. I i l,Leto w'U fckk , Colirj , I ttuumi.t V " . . , til L' it tiL' i tiv- ' Ult" 2 I LRRl, OIltlBt, . MAM&.Y, T. 185G! GOODS. 1656! GOOD GOODS I El GOODS. An m criCAP too::: A well fulod Stor I clmnmlto we, A I h pa-vin Vot n-trcc, I liii-d wknin. and tok m cat. To view Uiis Sttick of Good, txtmScU' WE HAVE Mu' CAints nl Fut of lilmc rare, t'ravau mid h:x kt that'll make vhi tan, M.irts tid Ci!'ia!, .Neckties Mid Vvats, Cf New Yi,-rk stvk the very Us.'.' Our Molckiu Hats, i:t tvle moot run, -None can txctl, ni lew i-otuj-wr j Ikavtr, Silk. Tur, iu tjk tbc let, Tltat M'c3l..ie tuvt;4 tj staml t'ac lo.t. Curpet Dass Trunks, und m-at 'u;-.t, 7 , ... ' ! At ttttr and u.-uul market rtrict-a : i Iiiiies SutcLcln. Uiitbixi!a tifjtt, TLat in lliis cotinirv can't be leut. t . ! rurtMonntst-it, Ilovt, rare and nice, I And t a very utoraK Vvkc l.y wiu yon ruutu Hit worU uruuna, M'Li u Lcrc ike tcl U" G00J3 arts fuunJ ? I Vi:u.,u.i;n.wtw.u.iw). in.ie rrKMK-TTiema w receive ,vk v.w, i 1 aetklv thiousiioitl the seaaon, so thai nu i an-1 latest fa.inons in v.t,. We auuld t.fuui.y eak ti aKcUitw I.n.iies to our .New Muck of lioods abuh uavv suei-u--i rttH.-iaiiy i'r mem, atuoo tu.:L M, j. . . . im '. n.t .-ra:e or tvci v li. itramn.' i-n a, hov, CluUnns t t varU-a n lo, ... I- .ro"PU- Titat aro Uut auq.usa i., r.v ,' , SIC. Ladies llu ve Lave llkcw i.4. '" Fx "', on WJ- Tl . r-t I 1 it -a - u.wpovw of Ssf rc-!-c, , s.xni a. i.tblish- l Wit li.I It UoUa Ts w I'Ji aUriU't.-. J. "M ho. atd Ctarcfc iioue Boom os ev- Sun Shades, Fancy Parasols, Tin.- Lis.t n ; Cambric, Swi Dultt-d Afuflius, j Piaiu India 51u!ills, Itvjk, j JaconcL, and !Nuiuook iliislius, C'htxked, i Corded, and fig ured; Phun fttid i Checks Curubrii'T I.ndic Linttn and Catubric Iliikfs, French, Cambric, 1 and Unslin Collars, Lace,ilus- ' lin, aud Cambric lid j;e and ItiM-rt- !4-i-x-- .-. Vl.n.i. Ie1 !!..;.! 11.... II ' O v v- m. a,wi s, aiO X ' i 's 1 1 V UTW- mcr, and Plain Straw Bonnets, Iiib tons, r lowers, Tu!, astonish ing'v Ix-autiful.) (iioves, ml lluwitry, Dre Tritntuingis, l'i ints, li.rriuje IX-laine, Iio raes, Lnwns, l'rt tu h Mualins, lilatk, l'aticy, A BructtUi Drc.-i Silk, Silk, Crajx; find Cachtuerc Shawls, llrvy Cations, Unbleached and Clenched I'tuc. READY MADE CLOTHIM;. To buy their Clothing now u iLe tim. , But t here's tla plaio to buy il ? An told it i at WtUorth LYets I think III to and try iu Our i.e ehb,-. iU. t U?la togaes wtat sr. doing in tUta Une Cap., GESTS rUBSISHISO- C03DS. thnnt'.gut Ijid.ee Kid and CiaL Gai.e. ., .d Jenny L.nd Loots. V. I. GOODS & CROfERlES.! Flour, Salt, and Xils. pMii.ts.O t-and DveStufT. Crockery, tta.aud iiaruaaje, lu Wajv, Sxvo and Stove P.nc. M UX P4PEHS. We call particular are!i. lo our st.-k of I rem h and Am.-ricsn I'a,, Hui.t.i,f-.. e.ret aodGoid, la.b. Wl Work.nd Cri.W Plaiu an 1 liaureo Curtaiw. CHoori-rtu the .r- cet and test sanctv rter uVisJ m Wli-.rni ermctit. 1 hie mshitiK to detxjrate their Wall j witu ncii iiainuifs, neat y aiol cheaply, can do i SO bvcd!tli2 CHI US. as we cun ljMe at.rv f.,i,'v 1 an'1 suit the moat coumiiieai aod ltUiou. " rons for their I.B-ral paiit.itf.i-e beref.lore. Wei k iT A ClJLl still remember you tcr. kio.uv. shall be imp,. v to j ""1 Kh; wait uu you at anv nmc, wiihex u tht amtuot 1 TJ frfTTn of a cei,: o.- a huiire I d.dlani. J .. , "VALVtOSTtl & WIST. 1 : IJ". SbOoa; aUkindaoT Coventry. June Mti6-tl iPAnfiXT T-Tor1 l"l'lll II'MOIIX r i U'tmil silP a ii l- i -t a i t Our GtCikiAM r ssii.-t. it.- - ttlirtt linrMrrfTimrnf ' u"" V1 Kw dditiot to ourstack Haas.Hoa.ivtw.iii.t.iiu.ii.ito, "T rnn la nne and sll we o.ild y And dealer, in all kinds of Plain and l a.u , : " VT"' , ", W V f Cakes, Ptrie, lee Cmma. J"ha. ve , "V , V h'J W At " llA M BtKi.AIJ.. 112. iwariv oi.tK.te the II 4 SI. CburcU tt..' ''"''d 1 ond. t-, lea. .7, ILM.fc-u. l.ti.i.rxolo.s, r. Crdrn far Balls, I ai, Wed Has Putin, and oU..r l.r-.ksS.W.icti.ied with rate and Ceot.ui.. CaU..oeties ut .ur ini,L.:..eft.i aetit fat I sit whs !! il,M, I cakes, pastries, i r realist, w j iiinnr f her Ui.i.e i served to t.'.eu Uul. I'. .."U. I ii iHOMrso:;. turihs,'o, June J", Itits ifi ly W3I.P.TlL.NYcK:C0., eaiieoal. hall, iiavmalxlt tv.tE.; EOBTOU. 1 u.e ti,r.KiH.Bt thesea,. In, tu. ,,,Ln ai.d be-t li niiuiscluitrs iu Ei lai.d and Auwnoa.tivei-v dest-riptiua t4 o v. n. 23 T 13 Itvtirmh'M lor luniishiSif liiXras, L'aeu i.k ..J oti' j, tiouracing Velvet Taptitry, Erusseli Tapcstrj-, Ll.lNM.L. nted laqtts. ftwkimrs, MaSiir srs, l!u,-. 4c.,; utnpruo a verv ir-e MortuMoi mi ut i wi.AU U UJ at tU kae.1 luarset I price. MISS II. Ii BAHXS, War with EaiiEas. A Crtat Ciasee Ut Ew 6tttkrl ni:buasic AS IT IS! 4 II. I.MUHTOX. 7m n4 r.v fc -i, i . woa, resj-eetliiiiv u Um tL itlia.tMits of Cr.l!bi V S4.d : J. tht Ut ht lsk !! ' shop .p ( Ftttfia sf ti iit.m t lsoe. here J kup iti-sUM r ut. lutu-X ac asssoiusK I ul Ci.,,,,,.,.,! ,. ...I tr,-1fAf Wtr be ia cwmevuun tsitti nut liakery and oiec.-. 'y.X.5 '"r " e'err dMcn tionery S'w, e lave ted up a iikst i i! . tiou ot AricuitaraJ im Jit UlLAU AAJJ LATiSG bAJ.OUi'. I J"", pmsn!., consisting, t. u t - . ' K'rt. of Plows ftf varioua fallems and sis-. ... Where at rather and traveiera wiil od at all , i. t , , , fnmm ' mlum . f boors of toe :sv act rnistl a ti.w v.nrtr cf -Sj"'"'J("li -IIIU-IMK AM) lifts. MAkEU-U.iIs,r,"rr-7' . WT,t lsl.e, ,J U,u.7 U.l... a.M -u..tr..usl...k " it . " T7 " .ler.i.'n-..dif.b.w,ilbeMB,)(lAy-! V1'"' "i-r, i-',1 ,,"r ' sl", Prn-, l't. ts5 CV"" " . aii a."! kiocs e-f L" ., rwr..s, pir4 ! la&cy bs, (ui, txws. ej.4 ht 1 u wart cm L,4, ' Owli, tte,, kt , s sn jr . or Maubiset-w-at ! I CfcOfct. Wok i lil NCTOS, Jr. It CO. Ytvm tU very Belt iUUriiCe, j '. t. and al I"! rf n. ra be twatt ai 4ty J WM If VlVH otfcs U-p iu Jivrtisva Vaw. , AwVstA, '-vi'ir Uusi ir4 r",r-f PcriTY iiiuuirrt "ai a MfBlHTEH t--a ,c -tti,' JAiAtkOC, Vx. ' V"f?,n"" -, - , . -- H- rsts Kvftal f a iasraaii MUSIC STOKE, UUriLINGTCN. L. S. HCST branch J fti tU matturacturte, of Cl,,ea.riug . .r. wen ko-B u be .u.fc to an v S scitiiniM:s .nn.oncos, m!.r.f.torrd I r Prime A Co . Buffalo. M cr bart & SUMm. . V.. rf ail , ni j;, eery ttinoueut atmstH " J "1S . liuln- "'-iur.etN talio I:-.! n. Un.t( fcnSiii, Mnro VhJ. ti.JN etrrtiiim tiM sud aithout u.... Mai..l. kt.twf n-Boed I; .,. t-, ' . t.i.,k ia.ic and Slo.ic l'.r. lusuvs- i m t de.;n, t u,.'if ' " M h r '' U a.tv ci. I ra..'Hi.J iu anv cirv, ari a !nu: ant-nunt i . . j o.,y , ,; .. Unlrtui tU Uhml ! "f iU l"U' hr 'll .pari , t. . . woo uiftaa vns elea a.a.l y ke. t m a Muw St,. .d t,v cot." " a"' r,T"'t rat!. t hi, butr,es, hps .. .r.Tr uu rimers, Aj.rU is.iiwt,. itKlr. ,., . - 1 7 " tOl'LE'S STORE, A J w WJa.v.X C3Xi OU'OOt. 'J'ltF ui-cti!rs bve u.t op-ued a new j- r:h su-k 01 vof.i ahuo thav uar a;' any z.eteu, co;u;waitig Eich Dreas Bilk, Tissne. Lawns, Priiiti, Dclains, Kohairt, AlapacoM, Eombizine, Silk "Warp. Cottom, Sheetirf-j, U RMMIIMJ GOODt. D YANKEE NOTIONS. . A Jterchanu ans respecU"u:ir invited to Bail mmd tv.au.iue our Goo-U. " HuTCHKI.MS & JEIXLSOM Bur!,i;irE. April 10, lbie. l-ly ! BLWD rOXD IS JLirE. . lr. A. -oood m jiuh, ilr B i wuj, to Mr. li ' l tin,,. I will aocfiromodate too ; l.er do you w..h tj gj witu ' ' ;A- to Uland Pond to tnsd, ; j Mr. C. to d ,u yr-fcy that he toold save fUi at a tuue." ! " THE PI;'iii;iE1 OUS or Tni ' VVOPi K'C C'lYlDI,' j ..si.1 L A I 'PAkE pleasure Invip, that they h.v, ! , a"'l eil film Ixith the ab'.ve nin.el m , tlm.eii il,tiMt alter iipplm UtMi mn j DKV uXTAIiTl-T . j '. ot the bi, ,U(J t it n.eLl Her ofl.red in tins nart ol utTJUL .l tiAlt rmii-ls in pf.rt . Eng'i.h, f ien.h.aud AnerM-an Prill's f Hicham; l.voi.ex.; 7 (, j . - !,. ! lie Utm; : Woui do, i ack Siiis, pj,i 4 f!(urKj. Ooiorv-1 da ! S .al I'sv Mate. S ,k and Cahmere- 1 Ma-iiti.: L-t, EdKio.: i y '!,.i'r'1 " '"t ' "' !. j Vi 'fr'.u" (jaalMj- T.. kZ ,""" r ; r- , 1 , .- V. . ' l ?!' 'r.. r"!"r "' '-- UOOTf m I. C & CROfERlES, I Cr. ken ; GUaud Hard Uare, j Cro. ken ; Gl. aud Hard Via i , ; L PI l UlTTC ', l-,Ui4iJIU.UU, . .. II Kl.LI.AM has on '-;fc?t bl baud, and will ami Evitte, jix SizrS. Jlttrtin's. a HiZ0t,. Side JJill, 2 .Sir. Wuodry't, Z Sizes, SiL-S.,iI, f.itiht ( 1". TL 1.0,, t-j 6cA...i.MI s: u' Vm , Cttlt,.a.-. n.aru. C,ii run.p., UiIlU, 0, 1 1- C-l' W , ..tic iarr.i;fj .tni rwi'ioe, and at I low prices , r'rui.-rs !'. our slots, over aci" 1 w rtK)i. a (sir lnl. 1 Ir...r.., 1.... a li-i ,1.. AT THE OLD STAND YET! , x""' "f U" f'nt " Or , lereiuind hm lri!.an Mt he n.sv Ut IouikI at b.,e, twlr I iiLun jiaoi: i.otiii.u. i o! to!-st i il and niai.ofrti! oLtwi, ui., Titi.n.mns tor l"i. Aoi, L.-r aud Pj k.sj I isti, Coatra. I Ik. ts t. less. .srs. 1 ..lisi, &j. A'r:.o? -rif kit. -I ot lr.ii.;.. fSAje. ist la a ti.4u gi tsr ifawis, d C.M ttitl rsfusel. CAM. IMII I Oil I lKS. 1 . f j 1 1 t . . i, a -L'irr"tti-.t t s. :Us. , ai.sa, Jan. :L, IKtr -J ; ' li'F. !!tc t on fc.i.d mi fa s,. is'irs is- ! .jf -i.em llnslv i tat 1 ' ""-1t-w:i aa any I . ' - .