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Arriral of the Canadian.
GREAT BRTTAI.
Sir Win. Temple, Minister to Naples,
Lord Palmerston's only brother, is dead.
Sir Colin Campbell is to be appointed
Inspector General of Infantry.
Kossuth is to lecture, at Oldham.
A large Chartist meeting was held at
Todmorton, to welcome Jno. Frost's re
turn to public life.
Lord Ingestre has set up claims to the
estates and titles of the deceased Earl of
Shrewsbury, causing some interest.
France.
I
Everything is dull. The papers are
wholly employed in quarreling with each
other.
The Emperor and family continue at
Biarritz, and letter writers continue to
assert that the Emperor is suffering much
from the disease of the liver.
Spain.
Xc continue, without definite intelli
gence from Spain. The government is
' occupied in appointing new officers to all
the civil departments, and they are most
ly appointed from the liberal section.
The lupoca announces that the decree
to suppress the whale National Cuard
will appear in a day or two. The Na
tional Guard cf the provence of Madrid
lias already been disbanded.
A further sum of 30,000 of Cuba
Jans of 1834, 37, will be paid Sept. 5.
; , Portugal.
The bread riots are over and quiet is
restored.
Cholera is on thb decline in Lisbon.
The Portuguese government announ
ces a loan of 1500 contos, in six per cent.
Bonds, for public works.
A great many arrests have been made,
iioth among the troops and citizens, in the
endeavor to detect a conspiracy.
In the recent riots some excitement
was professed to be felt at the arrival of
-Si strong French squadron in the Tagus,
JL ue Harvest in i'ortugai is now over,
tnd is even less that had been anticitated
The vines will prove a total failure,
and disease has broken out nmonff the
cattle.
It alt.
The principal items of news come in a
sheet not strictly reliable, namely, that
the King of Naples, by the advice of Aus
tria, demands to submit his differences
with the western powers to the arbitration
of a European Congress.
A very doubtful letter of the 11th, says
that a collision had taken place at Pal
ermo, between the Neapolitan and Swiss
troops.
The crops are said not to be so large
an evcrage throughout the territory of
Naples as was expected. 1
Austria.
Austria has ordered the sequestered
property of the Lombard exiles to be
sold.
PKU6BIA.
The Prussian papers publish minute
accounts of the recent encounter between
the corvette Dansic, and the late pirate.
The main facts do not differ from those
already published. The event had caused
kitene excitement in Berlin, but it is
probably incorrect that Prussia has asked
the aid of Franee and England,the feeling
being that Prussia should herself under-
. take the chastisement of the Pirates.
T 1 1 .
-twu?sii nas voiunteereu to senu two or
, three ships to aid any expedition Prussia
may fit out.
Denmark.
A. !fft(r 'mm Himktirrr ,f .I.e.
wa a.uuiwui ' ci a mat all l
tllC aff-Airfl ftf tlm Kminrl tina t-vAn rtnnAn i
,c 1
w. .h, .lJul ..e,nu ai.-peeuuy
aceeoa to the plan of capitalization.
These hce, were strengthened by the
return of Mn Buchanan, the English
Minister, v. ho had been to London, to
confer with his government on the subject.
During the past month 2946 vessels
had passed through the sound. Of these
900 were Swedish, 700 English, 250
Prussian, 70 French, 50 Russian, and 22
American.
Russia.
The following dispatch comes from
Constantinople-. August 15 The Rus
sian reply gives hopes of the surrender
of Belgrade.
Ilasseim Pacha is to receive Kars
from the Russian Colonel MelekofT.
On Monday evening of last week
a fire broke out in the passenger depot at
Brattlcboro, and before the flames could
be extinguished, the building was greatly
damaged. The flames communicated
with the freight depot adjoining, and that
huflding was partially destroyed. A
quantity r.f freight was saved in a some
what damagea condition. There was an
insurance on the property at several offi
ces in Bobton. The firemen worked
with real and prevented the flames from
spreading farther.
The , Pbksidest. The Manchester
Aurror says there are good reasons for
believing that " if nothing new comos np
to change bis mind, President Pierce
"'- it New Hampshire in about
r.th from now." "
Mr. Speaker Banks.
The "Washington correspondent of the
New York Evening Post pays the fol
lowing well-merited compliment to the
Hon. N. P. Banks :
" The old resident of Washington say
that within their recollection no Speaker
of the House has brought to the chair the
same combination of dignity, fhirnessaad
parlimentary ability, as has been display
ed by him. One of his most accomplish
ed political opponents, a representative
from the South, declared, in a speech,
that he had graced his position as it had
not been graced" for thirty years. It was
a fortunate omen for the heterogeneous
party which formed the opposition to the
administration in the House, that they
commenced the sesion by the .choice of
such a presidinc officer. The wisdom of
their selection has been manifest every
day of their deliberations. Indeed, on
several occasions, his prudent skill has
saved the Free Kansas representatives
from defeats which would have told dis
astrously upon their cause throughout
the country ; and whatever success they
may have obtained is largely due to his
unequalled chairmanship and political
sngacity. His election marked an era
in our history. For the first time the
interests of the majority of the non-slave-holding
population of the country met
face to face with the party of slavery
propagandism, and prevailed. As the
chosen leader in that memorable strug
gle, Mr. Banks has attained, in the eyes
of his countrymen, a position to which,
by a singular good fortune, he was enti
tled by higher qualifications than the ac
cidental support of a dominant party.
Speaker Banks is still a growing man,
but it is safe to predict that his command
ing executive ability will expand to the
measure of any sphere of public duty to
which the people may yet summon him."
Pro-Slavery Account.
New York. Sept. 8. The Glasgow
(Mo.) Times, of Sept, 2. gives some ad
ditional particulars of the Ossawattamie
battle. It says: " We havejust receiv
ed, per steamer Wm. Campbell, an extra
from the Weston Dispatch office, dated
Independence, Sunday evening, contain
inr, important news from Kansas. The
letters below were brought in by Mr.
Shepherd, of Independence, a reliable
man. He also reports a battle had been
fought in the direction of Fort Scott, in
which 13 Southern men were killed. No
particulars.
Cnpt. Iteid writes , I moved with 250
men on the Abolition fort and town of
Ossawattomie, the head-quarters of old
Brown, on the night before last ; marched
40 miles, and assaulted the town, without
dismounting the men, about sunrise on
I yesterday. We had a brisk fight for an
hour or more, and had five men wounded,
none dangerously, Capt. Boyce. William
Gordon, and three others. We killed
about thirty of them, among the number,
certain, a son of old Brown, and almost
certaian, old Brown himself; destroyed
all their ammunition and provisions, and
the boys would burn the town to the
ground. I could not help it.
Mr. James Childs writes: Gen. Reid
with two hundred and fifty men, had
fight at Ossawattamie yesterday. We
had five men wounded ; Capt. Boyce of
Lexington, had his wrist broken ; Frank
Gordon of Gay, was shot in the sholder j
young Jackson of Howard, was shot in
the mouth badly hurt ; George Gordon
of Lafayette, was shot in the thigh ; young
Parker of Lafayette, was shot in the leg.
The Abolitionists made the attack. We
killed twenty and burnt the town.
On the same evening a large nnmber
i made t.Jtir uppearence near camp.
We
. . - . . Prairrifi
City
L 0 .
We then march to Lawrence, where we
will have the big fight. We need men
and means. There are here now 1200
men, and about 800 opposite Lawrence
that will operate with us.
Brown was supposed to be killed at
Ossawattomie.
The Dog Noble Again. It is re
ported that Brouks of the New York Ex
press has made the horrifying discovery
that many of the letters which come to
Fremont through the post office have a
cross ( V.) legibly made with ink upon
the postage stamps. It is further intima
ted that he has obtained some of the old
envelopes through a discharged servant,
and is about to come out with a crushing
article, introducing this new proof of Fre
mont's Catholicism.
Cleveland, Sept. 5. The shingle
factory of Leland & Shepard was burnt
this morning, together with the agricul
tural implement factory of -Dewitt &
Rowell, and the machine shop of Galliek
& Blish.
Dewitt & Rowell's loss is $26,900;
insured for 6000 in the Hartford offi
ces. Total loss about 540,000.
O" It is stated as an evidence of the
abundance prevailing, notwithstanding
the high price of flour, that the Virginia
Central Railroad has been unable to sup
ply cars enough to transport to market
the wheat and other produce offered at
its depots.
J It is stated that the steamboats
Rip Van "Winkle and Commodore, run
ning trom iroy to iew lorn nave ta
ken, this season, at least 3000 horses to
the New York market. Most of these
horses are bought up by the omnibus and
city railroad lines.
53" The exiles recently sent from the
Mexican republic include Gen. La Vega,
well known in connection with the late
Mexican war, Gen. Blanco, Gen. Suarez,
and two other military gentlemen, togeth
er with about twenty other exiles, mili
tary, lay and clerical.
Enoch Davis editor of the Troy (N.
Y.) Times' died at his native place,
Shaftsbury, Vt last Sunday evening,
aged 43 years.
Trot, Sept, 8. Ten dwellings were
biirned in this city early tins morning
Thirty-five families were made houseless,
Loss $25,000.
North Bridgewater, Sept.,3. The
eld Unitarian Church, owned by Major
Nathan Ilayward, was burned to the
ground at 2 o'clock to-day. Loss, $0000.
No insurance.
Receipts for the Standard,
For the week ending Sept. 1 1 .
J. Curamings, Morgan, $1,25
John Eldredge, Albany, ,80
Ira Fish, Derby, ,31
T. B. Piatt, Glover, 1,25
Z. J. Thompson, Glover, 1,25
Benj. Shippee, Coventry, ,45
W. B. Flanders, " 1,00
C. Simonds, Newport, ,42
E. K. Richmond, " 1,25
Henry Flint, " 1,25
T. Wells, jr., Coventry, 1 ,25
D. P. Willey, Derby, ,80
F. Murphy,. Lowell, ,50
R. Tolman, Craftsbury, I ,31
A. Grant, Albany, 1,25
G. Blaisdell, " ,62
B. II. Reed, " 1,25
J. Huntoon, " 1,25
"I DIGEST!" Such is the tbub mea.nisg
of the word "PEPSIN," or of the two Greek words
from which it U derived. This is the significant
and appropriate title of the TRUE DIGESTIVE
FLUID, or GASTRIC JUICE, prepared by Dr. J
S. HOUGHTON, of Philadelphia, from the fourth
Stomach of the Ox, for the cure of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia. It is Nature' own remedy for an
unhealthy Stomach. No art of man can equal its
curative powers. It renders GOOD EATING
perfectly consistent with HEALTH.
See Advertisement in another column.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS.
A retired Clergyman , restored to health in a few
days, after many years of great nervous suffering,
is anxious to make known the means of cure.
Will send (free) the prescription used. Direct to
the Rev. JOHN M. DAGN ALL, No. S9 Fulton tt.'
Brooklyn, N. Y.
MARRIED.
In Albany, on the 3d inst., by the Rev,
James S. Spinney, Mr. Alex. Feasier,
jr., ana Miss mercy it.. KOWELL, all ot
Albany.
Also, at the same time, by the same
llr. JosEPn B. Freeman and Miss Ma
rie S. Rowell, both of Albany.
Printer's fees received in the shape of
a liberal slice of wedding cake. May
they for their kind remembrance at
least once a year have " pledges of af
fection" rise up around their hearth-stone.
who shall call them " blessed,"
DIED.
In Coventry, on the 3d inst., Mrs. II ar
riet Wells, aged 61 years.
In Albany, on the 4th ult., Mrs. Sal
ly L., wife of John Miles, aged 34 years.
Christian Messenger please copy.
COP.nnCTED WEEKLY FROM THE X. . FARMER.
CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET
Wednesday, Sept. 8. 1S56.
At market 1913 Cattle, 1600 Beeves and 813
stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cows and
Calves, yearlings, two and three years old.
Prices Marnet Beet txtra SB.V'&aM.so ;
1st
quality, 58,00a0,00; 2d quality, J7,26a7,76;
quality, $7,00; ordinary, S6,B0.
3d
maes af,uuaf,DV per cwi.
Tallow S7,50a8,00 per cwt,
Pelta $50,a87, each.
OalfSkins 14 cts per lb.
Barrelling Cattle None.
Veal Calves 3,00 to 6.
Working Oxen $95 to 200.
Cows and Calves $32 to 82.
Yearlings S10 to 15.
Two Years Old $19 to 40.
Three Years Old S35 to 66.
Sheep and lambs 663 at markat Extra. $5
to . By lot 82, to 4,00.
Swine None.
BOSTON MARKET.
Wholesale Pkices. Sept 8, 1858.
FLOUB-AXD MEAL per bbl.
Genesee t 50 a
Ohio, common 8 60 a
Ohio extra 7 75 a
Meal 8 26 a
GRAIN per boshel.
9 25
7 CO
8 60
8 76
Com, Western,
Corn, Yellow
Corn, White
Bye
OaU, Korthern
Oats, Southern
Oats, Eastern
Barley
White Beam
HAY per ton.
Eastern
HOPS-per lb.
First sort, 1865
LUMBER.
68 a
70 a
67 a
86 a
61 a
00 a
00 a
0
71
00
60
62
00
00
1 00 a 1 10
200 a 2 26
ie
8 a
Boards, from
Shingles
Clapboards .
Lath
Sprue Lnrnbef
13 00 a 40 00
a oo a h oo
17 00 a 86 OS
1 60 a 1 76
10 00 a 11 00
POTATOES per bbl.
Common 00 60
Chenango 0 00 a 0 00
PB0VI5I0KS per bbl.
Beef 10 00 a 14 00
Pork 18 00 a 23 M
Lard, per lb. 18 a 14
batter, choir JO Jl
Butter, joH 18 a 18
One t a 11
SEED per lb.
Clover, Northern
Clover, Western nd Southern
Herd'" Grain, per bushel
Red Top, Soul hem
Eed Top, Northern
14 a it
ii ia
37 a I 60
M
15 a 0 00
10 a 11
T a 8
TALLOW per 1U
American
American, rongh
W O OL Dome site, per lh,
Saxon and Merino fleece
Full blood
1-3 and -4 blood
Common 1-4 blood
l'ulled, from extra to No. S
LEATHER pr lb
Philadelphia city
Do. Country
Baltimore city
Do. drv hide
New York, light
Do. Henry
Boston slaughter
Calf skins, per lb Heavy, curried
Light, do.
63 a
47 a
S a
83 a
50 a
IS
61
4
88
22
82 a 36
80 a 82
J a 84
27 a 80
23 a 28
20a 23
22 a 26
00 a 00
70a t0
NOTICE.
1VOTICF ! herebv siren that application will
11 he made to the Lccislature of ermont, at in
next session, for an extension of the charter of
the Misiquoi Railroad. .
H N. W. BINGHAM
Z. C. COLE.
W. O. ELK.1XS.
Chaneston. Sept 1, 18K6-!;7w3
SELECT SCHOOL.
HK. DEWEY would inform the citizens o
Iraslmrnh and vicinity, that he will open a
Select School in that place, on Wednesday, Sept.
10th, to continue eleren waki.
TUITION. Common. English, 53,00, Il'gher,
$3,60.
liitsburgh, Sept. 6 37
STATE Or VEKMOXT,
Orleans District, as.
TO the Hon. the Probate Court forthe District
of Orleans:
To all persons concerned in the Estate of CAR
LOS B A XT' ER.late of Albany, deceased, G K EKT-
ING, Whereas, Don A. Bartlett, Administrator
the estate ot said deceased, reqnesie auiu
Court to allow him the further tune of one
year after the 26:h day of September, A. D. 1850,
to make payment ot '.lie aeuta ana close tne tene
ment of the estate.
Therefore, von are hereby notified that aaia ap-
nlication will be heard at a session of the Probate
Court to 60 held at Irasburuh ou the 8th day of
October next, at which time you may be nearu
in the nremises.
And this order shall be published three weeUs
successively in the Orleans Independent Standard
newspaper, printed at lrasunrpn in tnn omie,
the last of which publication shall be before the
day assigned for hearing as aforesaid.
Oiven under mv hand at the f robate utuce, in
Irasbuigh this 11th day of September, A. D
lb&S.
37w3 M. CARPENTER, Judge.
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
A1.PI1EUS DODGE'S ESTATE.
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS, having been appointed
M. by tne Hon. rrouate uourt tor tne uismct
of Orleans, Commissioners, to receive, examine,
and adjust all claims and demands of all persons,
against the estate ot ALrtitus livwr., i:e 01
Derby in said district, deceased, represented in
solvent, and the term of six mouths from the 18th
day of August, 1856, being allowed by Baid Court
to the creditors ot said deceased, to exhibit and
prove Uieir respective claims before us:
GIVE MM 11 ft, that we will attend to tne du
ties of our appointment at the dwelling house of
Lyman VY uiiams in Derby, in sain district, on tne
last Fridays of November and February next, at
10 o clock, in the torenonn, on each ot said days.
U. A. HAtiKIS, 1
LEMUEL RICHMOND, Comm'ra.
C. CARPENTER, Jb., J
Derby, August 21, 185637
STATE F TEH MOST,
Obleaks District, ss.
A T a Probate Court holden at Irnsburgh, within
l tfnd for the District of Orleans, on the 80th
day of August, A. D-, 1866, MILTON G. BOST-
WICK, ot Hinesburgli, in Chittenden County and
btate of Vermont, hied in said court his petition
in writing, setting forth that he has been appointed
Guardian unto Elizabeth M. Rav. Amelia C. Rav.
and Hannah E. Kay, children of Hannah Rav, late
of Irasbnrph, deceased, and that there is in the
hands ol Jesse cooper, Ksq., ot lrasbureh, the
sooda and estate of his said wards, in tiustfor
their use and benefit, and that he the said Bost-
wick, is duly appointed guardian onto said wards
bv the Hon. tne rrooate uourt lor tne uistnct ot
Chittenden, and that said Cooper may render an
account of the funds in his hands belonging to
said wards, and pay the same over to him the said
guardian as aforesaid ; and the said uooper, trus
lee as aforesaid, proposes to render and settle hi"
account of said wards' estate, that he may pay the
same over to said guardian, and that he may be
discharged from further service as such trustee.
W hereupon, it is ordered that tne same oe refer
red to the 26th day of September next, at the Pro
bate office in Irasburuh in said district, ior hearing.
examination and allowance, and lall concerned be
notified thereof, by publication ot this order m the
Orleans Independent Standard, printed at lras
bureh three weems successively, as soon as miiy
be, that they may appear, if they see cause, at
said time and place, and object thereto.
37 ai. tJAttrtrs i .k, juage
STATE OF VERMOAT,
ORLEANS DISTBICT, S3.
A T a Probate Court holden at Irasburgh. with
( V in and for said district, on the 10th day of
September, A. D., 1856, ANXAH PARK, Admin
istratrix of the estate of Joseph Karr. late of Coy-
entry in said district, deceased intestate, filed in
said Court her petition in writing, setting forth
that said decedent died seized ot certain real es
tate in Coventry in said district, and that it would
be beneficial to the heirs to said estate to sell the
whole of said real estate; that said real estate is
so situated that a distribution thereof by division
among tne heirs cannot be had without greatlj- In
juring their several interests therein by subject
ing tnem to great loss; mat none ot tne purges
interested therein will accept an assignment or the
whole of said real estate, and pay the other par
ties or secure to them their just proportion of the
trne value thereof; and that said parlies will not
c nsent to a ter.anffy in common in said estate;
and that tor want ot some suitable person to take
a proper care and oversight of said real estate it
is greatly depreciating in value; and thut leave
and authority may be granted said administra
trix to sell the whole of said e-tate.
And the said Annan Karr, administratrix, fur'.
ther represents that she is the widow of said de
ceased, and that for the purpose aforesaid she re-
nnquisnes ner right in dower in said estate, an I
prays the court that there be assigned to hr in
ueu of dower, such portion ot the proceeds or said
sale as win oe equivalent to her said right ot dow
r in said estate.
Therefore it is ordered by said Conrt, that pub
lication oe given to all persons concerned iheretn
to appear before suiu Court at a session thereof
to be held at said Irasburgh, on the 1st day of
October, 1856, that tbey niay be beard in the
matter and show cause why license should not be
granted as atoretaid.
And this order shall be published three weeks
successively in the Orleans Independent Staiidanl
a newsDuner Dm leu ai irosuui K" oi uniauiis. uie
last ol which publications shall be before the dav
assigned for hearing as aforesaid: Given under
my nana at the rrooaie umce in irasourgn, mis
10th day of beptember, A i'. ii"0.
37 41- CARPEN I K.K, Judge.
GOOD NEWS!!
flinE subscriber beg leev to ay that those
A Stove have come, and a good article, they
are too, consisting ot
Air Tight Parlor and Box Stoves,
Air Tight Cook Stoves,
with elevated ovens, th best stove ever offorrd
for sale in Vermont. Also stov pip of all sices,
kinds, and shapes, which can b bad on reasona
ble terms. Also,
Tin Ware and Yankee Notions,
together with a few more of those harnesses and
strap such a are usually kept In a harness shop.
!'. B l TAKE NOTICE.
Tho who wish to procure Stoves and Pip
for Hop House will do wil to eail on th ub
scriber before Durchatine elwber. a he ran
mart the wants of all oo short notice, and lb
most reasonable term..
SAMUEL STANFORD.
Irasborgh, Sept. 8, im 8tf
Arola Flatcs.
RCH Ash and Uvea Mouth, Cooking Kangw,
Ftrmsn Boiler, Chain Pamss, Jrna and
Copper Pump, Ld rip. Iron hink.
ebeapby II. CHAMBEKLIN
J4rtns, July, l.-tf
for ssv.
k Co,
COLLEGE LOCATED!
flMIE College ! located at Barton, and we to
I be even with the time hare g.rt mm NEW
GOODS. We hare to offer tn cwnnectn.u witk
imt iis am ncnidrs
as heretofore, a very nir lot of JF.Wt'LT. just
received from Boston, ail new and of tiie nwt
desirable pattern, among which mar be found
the following: IjiIW M"nnuf. Cato, Missaic
nnd enameled pin. A splendid assortment o!
Cameo, Mosaic, and other varieties cf Ear Drove.
GOLD PEMII.ft AM) pr.x.
Cent's Tina and Muds, IjidieV and Gent' tioid
flings, Coral E'l.g. AIki, food assortment of
llrir. Cloth, and Tooth ltrii-lie. Tooth Powders.
Tooth Wash, Cologne, all favorite pretarafmn
for the lluir, Pocket Knive, Crotchet Swdlea,
Stiilettor, Stationery, Ac. Drug and Medicine
we will furnish cscr of the b.t quality and at
fair pricea. We hare jnt received a large qimr,
t.tr of l'r.n & Co. a VERMIS AND ENSr.CT
E X I E It M 1 N AT O R, which la warranted ehVctnal
or money refunded. Al'O, M ASAOlT SALVE,
1 1 o i. low a n r. i it i x i.
Stone't Liquid Cathartic, and all favorite Medi
cine of the day. We extend a cordial invitation
to those wishing goods of tbia description to call
and ace ns.
Dealers supplied with Parson & Co 'a Ver
min and Initect Exterminator, and Mramaoil
ialve at Manufactuier a prices.
.-sr. i . - r. n. y j v L. i .s .
Barton, March 24, 1668 13uiG.
J JOP SACKING for tule by
R. W. NTK.
Sept. 6, If 5.
;o.Tiusiio.M:it's notice:.
LAURA B. SMITH'S ESTATE..
T'HK Subscribers, having becrt appointed by Uie
Hon. Probate Court tortile District ofOileans,
Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust
all claim and demand of nil persons, agninst
the estate of LAURA H. SMI 1 II, late i f AUxnv
in said district, deceased, represented Insolvent.
and the tonn ot six months from the 2fth dav of!
Aujust, 1858, being allowed by said Court to the
creditors of said lecea"ed, to exhibit nd prove
their respective c'ainis betbre n:
Herebv (jive Notice, that we will attnd to the
duties of our appointment at the daelhng hoti.e
of Luke Story, in Albany in said dls'ricf, mi the
last Fridays of October and December next, at
one o'clock, in the afternoon, 00 each of said
days.
NATHAN BF.F.DE, I rm.
BENJ. I'F.AKL, J Comm "
Albany, August 46, 1S6B 8wJ
Great Excitement!
milF, subscriber ha for aale at ISLAND
A POND, a eo i BMorttnent of
GROOBRXES,
and at very low prices.
rlonr per Dbl. 17,37 a T,7S
Codfish, email, ,7S
Codfi-ih, large, 8,75
Pollock, " 1.76
Pork per bbl. S2.BO a 23,00
Pork per lb. lie a 13c
Lard, " 12 1 2c
Solars, , Sc a S 8.4c
Box K;iiiius, 12 1.2c
Rice, 4 12c
Saleratuj, S 1 2c
Fine Salt, 27c
Turk Island, 66c
Ashton Salt for butter, $2,87 per bag.
Young Hyson Tea, a good article, for 30c; an
extra one for 42c; best, 60c.
Will it pay for quite a journey for Goods at the
above prices? A. J. tiBEKN.
Island Pond, July 2, 1866. 27tf
XjTsrjsnooN
MARBLE WORKS.
rpHE subscriber, under the name and firm of
A WIVTEIt A WIlCELEIt,
having opened a shop at Lyndon Comer for the
purpose of working Marble, beg leave to say to
the public that they intend to keep constantly on
hand a large and well selected assortment of the
best
Italian and American Marble,
which they are prepared to manufacture -Into
G It A VESTO.VES A ?IOXl'?I EXTS
in the bedt style and at satisfactory prices. We
are also prepared to furnish marble tops for Tables,
Wash taud8, and Counters. Also, Granite and
Marble Posts, Freestone work, and all other stone
work usually done in similar establishments.
We mean our work shall be equal to ihe best
from a full supply of materials we mean to give
onr customers a good chance to select to suit their
various wishes; and by doing our work well and
at the lowest living pri"es, we hope to receive and
merit a liberal share of public patronage.
All work will be delivered free from
expense to our customers.
JOHN B. WINTER,
HIRAM A. WHEELER.
Lyndon, Juno 6, 1856. 23tf
s: D. KIMBALL of Barton ii Agent lor the
above Company.
ACRltlLTlIUL niPIMEYTS.
II. KELLAM has on
hand, and will keep
for 6ale every descrip
tion of Agricultural Im
plements, consisting, in
part, of Plows of various Patterns and sues, yiz:
Double Michigan,
hagle, Six Sizes,
Martin's, 3 Sizes,
Side fill, 2 Sizes.
Woolley's, 3 Sizes,
Sub-Suil,
Liqht One Uorse,
Iron Road Scrapers, Corn Shelters, Hav Cutters,
Cultivators, Churns, Copper Punr.ps, Walnut Ox
Bows, Herds Grass and Clover Seed, Grind Stone
Hangings, Sausage Meat Cutters, Garden Imple
ments, ic.
Any articles furnished on short notice, and at
low prices. Farmers look our stock over, and
give our ui ticlcs a Inir trial.
lrasuurgn, ,ian. 4, itiu iiy(
ISLAND POM IS MB.
Mr. A. '-Good morning, Mr B., I wi-ih to hire
your team to-dny."
Mr. II. '! think I wiil accommodate you
whore do yon wish to go with iff
Mr. A. "1 am going to Island Pond to trade;
Mr. C told me yesterday that he could save full
twenty-five per cent, by .purchasing his necessa
ries there."
Mr. H." Well, ir, I am very glad yon told roe,
t will go with you, I always buy a year' stock
at a time."
THE PROPRIETORS OF THE
PEOPLE'S STOKE
flAKE pleasure in savins that '.hev hava ra
-I ceived a call from both the above named gen
tlemen, and, that after supplying their every want
s, sent inMn "wav reioirniff
Our DUV GOODS DEPARTMENT Pre
sent one of the best, and most extensive snrt-
ment ever offered in tins part of th State. Our
stock consists in pnrt of
English, French, and American Prints;
Gingham; Lvonesej Thibet; Alpaecas;
De lieges $ DeLaiues; all Wool do;
Black Mlka, plain and figured; Colored do:
Shawls Kay State, Silk and Cashmere)
Muslins; La'ce; Edgings; Si e.. Sir,
In fact you ran c)l fir nothing In tins lliv ba
wbat will be round here, ami of a superior quality
A large iswiiwin oi
Ladies Kid, Gnat, Calf, Gutter and
JEVtY I.IM) HOOTS
W. I. GOODS & CDOTERIES,
irocaeryt itiae anq nam ntn,
37"lovii-1 J3nlt
Nails; Dry and Pickled Fi.h;
PTi a smart,
Uau; Caps; Boots; Shoes; all kinds ef
Ready Made Clothing,
And everything e!s that th want of niao r
qnire.
Our tacilttln ar surft that w atS reclvine
from B'Mtoa and New Vork.Mditionsto nurstns k
very iy. ana to on Bnl sll wc would say
HOBAKT. HoWAKD St CH AMftf KI.AIS.
Island I'otid. Vt, Eeo. 27, t sia.a-U.
WM. II. RAND,
DEPI'TV H II E II i r r.
Irabbl-egh, Vt.
AV. Agw,trW''srnfMHfls! fir Ii-ns.s
MELODIES,
mm, m.,
tad
Treat & Linaley, Makers.
(Successors to GoodmaH $ JhUiein.J
NEW II A VEX, COXX.
f 1 MIE (rent tiiporkwity, exreMenc and poaaUr
M ity of tti. mtruiiif ,L l f. utid
lt. In the tt u.itt o( their nunnfucture,
and ta.tvfi! tlrganreol their krnt and fitiKb.
2nd. Cahart'i patent Flexible India, rubber
Iwtllnw., formed on the ukly Tr princlp'e f.r
blowing reed titrumrnta, not liable ether)
to crutk and fet out m repair.
rd. Qntr,kre of utterance from perfecti in of
4'h. Kn hneM, fultnest and itieetnesa of tone.
lh. The perfect almtuient of the aweiL to
aa to pro!m-e variety of expreion.
8!h. Uniform rrtmurn of lone inronghont.one
not beinff full and the ucxt ek.
7th. The admirable perfection of their tan,
being onlv attained by perwna of n-et mo.icai
taste, and Iotr and tried experience tn tuning.
Mil. 1 he chs with which they are bkiweci and
played.
The ubwriber nevtnjr eougbt Uieir ixntrn
titenti. has had no occasion to cbante his ar encv
for other manufacl urea, and they cost no more
than infrriur instrnments. Orlera or inquiries
pnmptly answered j all instrument warranted
for one vear.
J. C. BINGHAM, Anl.
Also, Dealer In Drugs and Medicinea m great
varietv.
St. Johnsbury, August S, Wt,
New Havxv, July t, U&8.
Mrstrt. Trtat if Limlrp I hart had numerous
orHrtuiiities to compare the varietiee of your
Vie'odeons with tlioe of others by Tarious'ma
kers, and I do not hesitate to aay 'ihat yours are
grcatlv superior to all others in every Important
rosjiect. lean cheerfully recommend them to a I
who wuh for first class instrument.
Very truly yonrs,
JI. N. WHITMortE,
33ir,9 Organist at Trinity Church.
MUSIC STOKE.
BUIUjINaTOKr.
L. S. RUST
HAS a er.tr. jj'.ete assortment of Mimical Mer
chandise, and all goods pertaining to bis
brunch of business. A large assort menl of
1I.I.0 rOKTES
from the manufactories of Chickcring. Woodward
& Brown, and Brown It Allen, whose instrmnents
are well known to be superior to any others
manui.iciurea in mis country.
Si:ifAIIII.i:S it. MELODEO,
manufactured by Prince S: Co., Buffalo, aud Car-
hart & r.eedlini, ?. 1 ., of all sues and patterns,
ana everv instrument warranted.
Double Bass Vio!, Violinceilos, Tenor Viols.
violins, Giiitsrs, Klntes, Clarionet, Saxhorns,
mimes trombones, Accordeons, c.
Italian, German nnd English Strings for Viols.
and Guitars, of the bet quality. Bows, Finger
Boards, Tail Piece, Pegs and" Bridges, 1 uomg
forks, tuning Hummors, ritch Inbes, Clarionet
Reeda, Metrenouies with and without bells, Music
Mands. double renned K--in, Cases for r lutes
Blank Musio Books and Musio Paper. Instroc
tion Books, and Scales f.-r every Instrument.
sheet nvsir,
More than 10.000 piece, now on hand, and all
new pieces of Music nreHd as soon a publish
ed. Glee Books and Church Music Books of ev
ery omeriLtion.
Mr I!, will sell all articles as low as those cf the
samsi qnality can be obtained in any city, and a
liberal discount made to Teachers and tbo.e who
buy to sell ngsin. Grateful for the liberal pat
ronucs he has thus far received, he will spar no
etlort to keep a complete assortment of all arti
cles usually kent in a Music Store, and by con
stunt personal attention to his business, hopes to
see in ins new ana cominoaious aiore all or his
old. and many new customers.
Uuilmgton, April 12, 16ti. lG-Iy.
THE PEOPLE'S ST0HE
152
OlaTxrolx Btroot.
ri'HE subscriber have just opened a new and
A rich Stock of Good which they ofior at
Wholesale and Retail, comprising
Bich Dress Silks,
Barages.
Tissues,
Lawns,
Prints,
Delains,
llohairi,
Alapaccas,
Bombazine,
Silk Warps.
Cottons,
Sheetings,
GEXTS ri IfMwIi GOODS
AND YANKEE NOTIONS.
Merchant are respectfully Invited to call and
examine our Goods.
HOTCHKTSS k J ELLISON.
Burlington, April 10, !bS6. l-lv
VER3IOXT MUTUAL
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
ITotice of Assessment for lSoC.
rr"F.Members of the VERMONT MUTt'AL
X HKK INal'KASCE CUUTANY ar hereby
nolitifd, thut the following asvrs.met.ts have been
mxde by ihe Dimeter on all Notes id fore en the
following daya, to wit; ,
tpelber 7, 16, i or one per cant-
December
January
January
March
April
pril
Hay
May
1,
IS, 1
.
1,
n,
&.
SI.
"S4, 1 t '
1 '
" 14
14
i 1
w 14
- s
Making 8 per cent, fff the
year ending August 1, lSio. biij pur t eutage to
tie cast an tl-.e original amontt of Iti prerniiim
note, without refrrwnc toiivt.diiremnt; od
In te pmd to tlie Irsutsurer at hisi.mce in Mit-
pelier, on nr before ih lith .ly of October, l
The twenty ninfh Annual lleiKTt of thOom
panv will t pnbhshrj early in t-eptember, and
f-irar'le.l to l he Xemtier of th Company, to
which they are referred for a lull statement of the
buitieof the Company ft the past year.
Mrmixrs of th Company wiil rind in the hand,
of tbe Iteprpseiitaiiv elect t the Legislator, a
schedule showing th amount of aKssiiient doe
from ch resijies tively i and they are particulntly
desire, to m that th rrf-nev t r tneir assess'
ment Is forwarded to the tlfic In ttctoter. I h
"emiiw must h paid when rtii. A I ttle
attention to this on the part of th Members of tlie
Company, will save !bi"n vvnense and tronbl.
J. T. 1 Hl'HSIOS. Trwunrer.
s t. muiuiu t ire ins, is.,
i If. Co.. 1
Treasnref' OfSce,
Moiitfselier, Aug,
O" f n publisher ef each weekly ewsrpe
wuiiin this Smts ar resile.! to iiMert the s t.o
l.otu three wrr. suceeiivly In thir rro-
tivjfier and lorwwrd their b. lister navmenL
NOT GONE TO KANSAS.
1 ' ILI.I Jl A. B A Kf R wnnld say to ki rViend.
T and pattan that h an reiwov-! to ti
d' d, In tli e!i. ivs u 1 Justly cetrtt lat
lislimtnt
Ollax-low Hill.
wh tnay b t ni.4 a hrg and Bhjt o.tnp:t
intrnwut of br i tun b sutiaa i y
tA her trnw, In the hul..
I hat mwcle arr.nitnni's with Mr. Ilitl toitp-
ply all ts j oid ! with irwss n4 wlw
orslMa4 t M itm al mf . nt
pm4z (iiirHitts tu Hil br
TWKLVE TEU CENT. leOWER
than tb ran te Uj(Sit ia n i- C".tt r. W
will vnelis ihttia m wt txi tid vnt by st.n,
nd strfstiM ! vt u4 prw e4 sat,tMv 1-1,
Ni rwtumsd r prw-
(frt f', '' 'fit if
XL. "W- NTE
AT TUB OLD STAND YET!
V VAILS himw'if of th first iMtte of til Or
buns IndeprmfvHt.tArrimind h' frie7idaan4
custom -r. that h tr av h f..ond at home, readr
to furnish tbetn w.ili !1 tiwartteWa nsnalle called
fT at a enontry store amotirst bish aria a full
hi:aiv .mm: clotiiixg,
of latent and irjsn,:fctn.
I)oriM! c I'otMn in full Tnetr.
I d o' Drss Gi.1s and Trhnming.
Ribbon, I,ac, Ftnl.r.i lrv c
t!frtre., H'ery, L'!.' C.attr atid S1m
A fuil nrtinnt ot Ury liroccrie, Oils, Bam
injt Fluids, &c.
til.KSH, MtlLSTRin.-qiXOH
for Door. Axe., Dry and IVk'eJ Fish, Coir
and Fine Sa'l. Irsi, Sors, Molas, &r.
Airmot every kind o! pnntnee received In ex
chaiiie fr Ojo'it, and Cash xr.TKa refused.
cash paii roil rrns.
Thankful for past iaTor, a aontmuanc ii so
licit.d.
ImsbutKh, Jm. 4th, I:f
MIF. siibsi-riher has on hand and for aje a
Clo'Miis, wiiii h they will sell aa low as anyone
in the county. Ai'o. a first rule assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries. I'iain and lancy Drc
Goods. Arc, &c, r siiie low.
GKOUt.E WOK riilNGTOS, Jr. Sc CO.
Irasburuh, Jan. 4, lilti Itf
flUIF. FALL TETM of this I istitutlon will
M ennmeuce on Vumdny in: i t. Kill, uml.r the
charge of
8. GKEEIS, Principal.
Mr. Green ia a member of the Senior Claaa of
the I'niversi'y of Vermont, and Is rrcnromendrd
as a thorough scholar and su Oil teacher.
tuinpeteiit tiacbers ate erfneed to instruct In
Miisir. i'sintiri and Dre irz, and French.
Tu.tion, as heretofore.
JAMES A. PADDOCK, forF.x. Cm.
Craftbury Aug. IWi, l'-l-tt.
FlaEXCH&1.0IUXS0X,
Giovek, Vt.
VT O VLD say to their friends and patrons, that
f f they are now irpnred to execute all order
f.r Tannirg in a manner smirrrKif by any firm
in New England. Green llnles wanted in
exchange (n Cash Reinnitw-r that ve psv n
i.itii.x more fjr Hides and Skins than any loth
cite.
Sole and Cprer Leather, and Calf Skin., of
superior qn!,;v a'ars on baud, and fur rale at
the lowest market price. 2 l.y
SNOW & THOMPSON,
WHOLESALE AXi) RETAIL
BAKERS iO CONFECTIONERS.
And dealers in all kinds of Plain and Fancy
Cakes, Pustries, Ice Crenm, .b'llie., &e .
1-14, nearly opposite the It AMt, Church St.,
I.L Itl.lSOTO.I, T.
Onlrn for Balls, Tain, Wed line Tartim,
and other parties, Snloon, ic, filled w ith car
and despatch. Catalogues of our manufacture
sent free to all who will order them
In connection with onr Bakcrv and Confec-
tionery Store, we have fitted un a rmcT ci.ar
ICE CREAM ASD EA TISG S A LOOS,
Where strangers and traveler! wiil find at a! t
hour of the day and evening, a choioe variety of
cakes, pastries, ice creams, and many othertii;ig
rve4 to their taste. D. SNOW,
H. THOMPSON.
Burlington, Jnn 27, 1550 26 Jy
WAGONS! WAGONS!
LOT of rood down country Wnjone war
ranted all right, for n.le at K A TON'S.
Barton Landing, July 23, 1S68. 81lf.
f IHE subscribers sre agems fr S. & A. Dow,
A of Johnson, for the sula of cloths of tkwr
manufacture, which they will sell In exchange fjr
cash or wool.
GEORGE WORTHINGTON, Jr. & CO.
Irasbnrgh. Jan. 4, leSU ltf
II. II. FROST,
it'ornfy and Cotmwllor nt Law mil Sallt ilor
IX f'HAXCEHY.
eVtTI!T, VT.
C. W. SCOTT, M. D.,
noraircpiithie riiysifian r,nd Sorgron,
IRABVRGH, VEHMOVT.
Gflice over Worthington's Store. ltf
MR. HARRINGTON,
r KorEssoR or
PEIfMAIffSSlP AKD STEN0GEAPIT7.
Post Office address, Nurth Troy, Vt 2ltnT
II. II. CARPIINTER, M. D.,
mMter atiiic
PHYSICIAN AMf SI ItEO.,
DERBT CEKTBE, VT.
Offit at hi residence on East Street. ltf
JOHN II. BRAYNARD,
DEPl'TY MIEKIFF,
WEST CHABLF-RTON, vr.RMOKT. 4
DR. C. M. RUBLEE,
(Formerly of Montpelier, Vt)
212 Tremont Strket, - Bostojt.
Dr. R. will, in connection with the practice of
Medicine and Surgery, continue to give especial
attention to treatment of disease of the Etk and
Ear.
J! area 8,1 .-.-JO.f
G. W. RANTER & CO.,
IMPOIITEBS ASD DEALERS IM
fRfilaCSY, fHI.M AND GLISS VIBE,
Tb! Cutiorr. Pjr Hitnginf, Solur Stand ftn4
lUriif-ng Um), f iuitl Umpt and Kluul,
BILVEB PLATED &BMTANIA WAKE.
Castors, Spnor.s, &c, ic.
No. 1 Leavenworth Biock, College Street,
lii'iiusGToyi, Vt.
.DR. F. M. PERRY,
M'HC.M AI. Al D MA IIAMCAI.
DontlBt,
n.iRIOK, TT.
MISS MARY F. HOWARD.
Tfna or
MltBlO t5 IX'OXlOlA.
Bocmi at lajor H. rirrte'., Barlna, Tt.
FOR KANSAS.
Mr. At)i(iM:vw iTi:D Ail
tiKlee ue. irons of musing 1mxihiu.ii to th
Vermont Compr.f for Knnsa., can do so by re
mitting the sum lo tl. suM:riber,t Irashaigh,
who ts apMl'f'l Agent for sassd ConitwrT.
' r C W. hCOTT.
N. W. SCOTT,
Aoax-r roB-
Finiifr' Motual fir? Insnranrf Corapaaj.
Giivta, Vt.
4 ( t iil Sprnre SMn-! foe ,:. by
lUUsUllU WAlHOKtHA r...
FI RsTf? rxlORFR WIOXT !
fl. iriftllTf'S. Tin oa rrpeT Stnitli.
woll rptioii lufi'mi the inh.'nt.n's
of CratsHary fd vicinity, tit he ta taken !h
shop a, (tmrftmeth M 1I4 ri. House, wher
b " ill k"p wmstastiy on band an aortment 4
Statnpoil anl Hollow Waro,
Psrlirf-, h.i and Coe-k'm e'ove-s, and all k-o U of
tia, ct rr, bra., nd sfiewt Iron war on tard.
, mnuft tursl U, ofict
still! J. IU1U U1C VCrV iCRl -UJlieil.tifl,
a4 at Viwer rufe tbn ran IxmeM t any
other shttA in Northern Vrnie,r,t
Call mi . Cr lr (r.im abroad fro-Tptls
atisn Vd tj. .
At -nrf IKKTIII ffVtar "&
sw .4H.
twtfstmr., iie ' -If'

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