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4' Accident. As aa Irishman em--jiloyed at the It R. Depot in Benning ton, was stepping on the engine, then passing into Uie engine-house, on Friday the 19th, his foot slipped and was caught by ono of tlrij driv ing wheels and cnj.sUe4 iu such a rr.anner that it was found ne cessary to cut off the foot at the instep joint. 1 ' Yvt ins foot ix it. A bear weigh iug 300 pounda was shot in Wilmington on the lOtli, tilt, who was making off with a trap f;vt to his foot. We learn that those animals have niadj considerable havoc with the cattle and sheep iu the southwestern part of Windham county during the present season. Fieb ix Neivbcry. A disastrous fire broke out in the hay left of the barn connected widi the house occupied by Rev. A. Dean, jr., burning the house and outbuildings and the a ijoiuing house of Jlr. Shephcrdson. Loss estimated at $1 500, partly insured. It is not known how the fire originated. CiT Wm. A. Densniorf, forrrierly of Dunham, Canada East, but now of ilont pelier, Vt., was arretted in the latter place on Saturday. 21st. as we learn from the Christian Repository, for having counterfeit cola in his possession, and up on searching his house about one hundred dol!ars i:i counterfeit half and quarter dollars, nlnepenees, &c, tnnstly in an un finished state, were found. His exami nation W33 not concluded at last accounts. ANOTHER FlP.E I.V 2 OKTI1FIELD. On Sunday night, a b.ira cn the premi ses of Hon. ' I levari Carpenter, was bunted, totreliW with one horse and the contents cf the barn. The work of an incendiary. A 'train of cars was thrown from the track neitr Island Pond, on Thursday, by running down u moose, which was killed. He was a noble fellow, weigh ing about one thousand pounds. The Detroit Daily AJreriiser of Oct. v2, says,," A company of six hundred men, women and children started from Tabor, in Iowa, on the Oih !t., for Kansas. They are farmers and mechanics, who go to make Kansas their permanent home. .Two hundred men from Western Iowa volunteered to conduct ihei into the in terior. Fremont Ratifioa ti on Meeting. l'roviuence, Oct. "i. The Young men's Fremont Mass Meeting, on Saturday evening', to ratify the nominations of the Presidential Elect or?, was an imposing affair. Westminister street was briilinntly illuminated. ' Speeches were made from three stands, fireworks displayed, and a new flag bearing the name of Fremont nnd Dayton thrown to the breeze. The i-nimber present is estimated at 10,000 and upwards. After the meeting a pro cession was formed, which marched through the principal streets. A hog exhibited at the Cbilicothe (Ohio) Fair, last week, weighed 1135 pounds, and measured 9 feet in length, and about the same in girth. He was two years and three months old. Fkoji Kansas. St. Louis, Oct. 4 A letter to the Republican from Gov. Gea ry, dated the 26th alt., says tha United States troops will be stationed at points where troubles are anticitmted during the coating election, and that anv interference with tho legitimate exercise of the suff rage will be punished with the utmost re verity.'. ;jr. Whi is the pro-slevery can didate far Congress A letter to the Democrat, dated the 2 lilt, says that the Free State prisoners had been examined before Judge Cato, .-and committed for trial at the April term of the courts. Riots ix Baltimore. Baltimore XJct. 5. Our city has been disgraced ;vi:h four riots to-day, all growing out of polities. Tiie most serious originated from report " charging the Democrats wiiL Laving imported a party of New York Ivoughs, to do the fighting at the - olls on Wedensdny next. f The head quarters of the Empire Club, anil subsequently the Tavern on Marsh Market space was mobbed. In both in ( stances the assailants were driven off by t,)p. uso of fire-arms. One man was shot ami a number of others severely beaten. there was a great number of discharges of fire-arms, and immense crowds of peo ple were congregated in the street. L?KIG!1T r.lE..Ve love upright men. Full them this way, and " that way, and they only bend, they never rreak. Trip them down, and in a trice they are on their foet again. Bury them ta the mul, and in an hour they woold be out and bright. You cannot keep thera down, you cannot destroy them. They are the salt of the earth. Who but they start any noble poject ? They build our cities, whiten the ocean with their fails, and blacken the heavens with ti:8 sraftke of their cars. Look to them. young men, and catch the 'spark of their energy, ' - - ' - iorcigh 2Ccus. The organ of the British Trime Min ister deems it proper to give a contradic tion to the rumors of "growing coolness between France and England on the sub ject of foreign policy." It affirms that "the fullest confidence and concord exist at the present moment between the two governments, and that there is nothing to warrent the supposition that they can not act together, or have any secret de sign of acting apart upon any European question." The Post admits, however, that they may not be united on every small matter of foreign policy, and im putes to Austria a desire to isolate Eng land. On the Italian question, France and England understand each other, and are united; but "although England lias no desire to stand alone, she can do so if necessary." That is what Lord Palmer- ston wishes Austria to understand. The Sound dues question is pretty much in the the same state as it was three months ago, the consent of Lord Claren don to the capitalization of the dues hav ing been given only in general terms.. HOLLAND AXD BELGIUM. An international: philanthropic Con gres was opened at Brussels on the 15th. Its oijects are thus stated , " The object of this Congress is to in quire into the means of rendering the poor less poor the unhappy people more happy. It affects a philanthropy, but its business has obviously a reference to po litics. Divided into sections, it contem plates the following object: 1. Subsis tences in connection with aprieulture. 2. Subsistences in connection with political and charatable ecouomy. 3. Subsisten ces considered in connection with sciencs ind industry ; machinery and inventions calculated to facilitate manual labor, to improve the sanitary condition of trades and professions, and to prevent accidents; the amelioration of the workmen's habi tations, of their furniture and their cloth ing." We 1ave no account of the proceedings of the Congress. The questigi of slavery is causing some excitement in Holland as well as in this country. A correspondent referring to the fact that the king's speech dealt in vague generalities respecting the slave question, says : "Whether the nations now wrought up into an 'Uncle Tom' fever respecting slavery will allow itself again to be temporized with on this matter, is very problematic Forty thousand slaves, in the Dutch West Indies, await with fear ful impatience the' measures which the Dutch Legislature may adopt for their emancipation. France revolutionised Europe ; Kansas may rouse to energy and resistance the slave population of the West Indies." HALT. It is now considered not improbable that France and England will send in a Note, of the nature of an yltimatum, and that, should its terms net be complied with, the two powers will withdraw their representatives at the Court .of tha Two I Sicilies. The correspondent of the Lon -' - - l don Post writes that the French Govern ment, unless some unforeseen events oc cur, is about to recall M. Brenier and the whole of the embassy from Naples. I understand that diplomatic last dis patches do not now hold out any hopes of an amicable settlement of the .Neapol itan difficulties. Ships of war have been ordered to Toulon, to prepare for sea, their destination being supposed to be the Italian coast. Italy continues in a fever of expectancy. K.C25JA. Letters from Moscow state that the Czar has signalized his corona tion by making public a most important ukase, which lays the foundation for great f rT'i r,, . - . rciui uis. x lie iuuub 111- poims are con - . i tamed in it-: " A civic atvl military meJal for all who took part, directly or indirectly, in the war. Freedom from military service for four years throughout the empire. A most equitable assessment' cf the poll- tax. The emperor accords an amnesty to the political offenders of 1827 and 1831. All the Jews of the Empire are (reed from the special Lurdj2r3 of the re cruitment that still oppressed them. Tlie children of soldiers that -were brought up by the State, and as such formed part hitherto of the army, in which they were boutol to serve as soldiers, are all re stored to their relatives." Receipts for the Standard, For the iceelc ending October 10th. A. W. Boardman, Irasburgh, S0,62 J. TV. Pearsons, Albany, ,C2 John Upton, Troy, 1,25 X. Daggett, Irasburgh, 1,25 B. Dewey, Newport, .- 1,25 J. Hurlburt, Lyndon, 111., 1,25 TO YOL'SO ME Pleaat xd Profit able Emplotmkkt Toting men in ev ery neighborhood may obtain healthful, pleasant, and profitable employment, by engaging in tbe of u"ful d popular Book, end canning for onr alnable Journal. For term and partio alart, addresj, pot-paid, TOWLER & WELLS. r- i JTo. 308 Broadway, N. y. P. S. A3 Agenta who engage with o wil U seen red from tha poMibilitjr of Jos, while tha profit iA :fl h rwr liberal. "I DIGEST!" Such la tub, trie meamiko of the word "F ErSIS," or of the two Greek word from which it i derived. This is the aipiifleant and appropriate title of the TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, or GASTRIC JUICE, prepared by Dr..). S. HOUGHTON.of Philadelphia, from the fourth Stoipach of the Ox, for the cure of Indigestion and Dyspepsia. It.is Kature's 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 iVEKVOIS Sl VliAllCliS. A retired Clergyman , restored to health in a few days, after niauy years of great nervous (utlering, is anxious to make known the means of euro. Will send (free) the prescription used. Direct to the Rev. JOUN M. DACX ALL, So. C9 Fulton t., Brooklyn, N. Y. COEBKCTED WEEKLY yKuM THE N. E. FARMER. CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET WtKStSDAV, Oct. 1, 1So6. At market 1S12 Cattle, 1400 Beeves and 4U stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cows and Calves, yearling, two nnd three vears old. I'rices Market Beef Extra "s,20aS,5O; lt quality, $7,59a7,75; 2d quality, $6,50aT,00 3d quality, S,UU; ordinary, S4,o(J." Hides O,07aO,08c pe"r cvvt. Tallow O.OSaH.OPu per cwt. Pelts S07,au,tf each. CulfSkms 14 cts per lb. Barrelling Cattle None. Veal Calves Stf.OO to 10. Working Oxen $140 to 150. Cows aud Calves fli to 50. Yearlings S14 to IS. Two Years Old SIS to 25. Three Years Old S2S to S3. Sheep and lambs 4400 at market. Extra, $5 to 0. By lot 53,00 to 3,00. Swine 8 to 7c per lb. BOSTON MARKET. Wholesale Pkices. Oct. 4, 1555. FLO UK AND MEAL per bid. Genesee 7 50 a S 75 Ohio, common e 00 a 6 C3 Ohio extra 7 75 a 8 50 Sieal S '61 a 4 00 GRAIN ner bushel. Corn, Western, Cora, Yellow 73 ,i 75 70 a 77 73 a. CO " toa 90 49 a til 00 a 00 on a oo 1 00 a 1 10 2 00 a 2 25 Corn, Vi'hito Rye Oats, Xorthern Oats, Southern Oats, Eastern Barley White Beans II A V- -!er ton. Eastern 17 50 a 18 00 HOI'S-per lb. First sort, 1555 00 11 a 00 12 LUilBEE. Boards, from 13 00 a 40 00 Sbingies 2 00 a a 00 Clanboaids 35 00 a 37 CO Laihs - 1 37 a 1 75 Spruce Lumber 10 00 a 11 00 POTATOES per bbl. Common 00 a CO Chenango 1 2 a 1 87 PROVISIONS per lb!. Baef 12 00 a 13 00 Pork 18 0 a 24 00 Lard, per lb. Butter, choice Butter, good Cheese 14 a 22 a 16 a 9 a 15 23 IS 10 SEED per lb. Clover, Northern U a 15 Clover, Western and Southern 12 a 13 Herd's Grass, per bushel 3 37 a 3 60 Red Top, Soutbern So a 80 Red Top, Northern 1 25 a 0 00 TALLOW per lb. American 11 a 12 American, rough 7 a 8 WOOL Domestic, per H. S.txqn and Merino fleece 3 a 5S Fall blood 45 a 0 1-2 and 3-4 blood 42 a 45 Common 1-4 blood 35 a 38 Puliei, from extra to No. 2 50 a 25 LEATHER per lb. Philadelphia city 32 a 35 Do. Country 80 a 32 Baltimore city 32 a 34 Do. dry hide 27 a 30 New York, light 26 a 20 Do. Heavy 21 a 24 Boston slaughter 22 a 25 Calf skins , per lb Heavy, curried 00 a 00 tight, " do. 70 a 80 TJ AV E jnt received a lot of Boston Watches, a wnicu which w ill be sold at wholesale or retail, sit very low rates. Merchants and rrter nf nil classes in this Conntv, are resnectfullv invited to CPiiH ir, thii i.ra All nwrluva .-..." 1 .. 1 ... v,..v..c. .Ill UI.ICI3 JJIIJIIJJJIJJ UtlCUUb a to, u accompaniea witn t lie casli. SAJl'L STANFORD. Irasburgh, Oct. 10 40tf . Passumpsic B. E. Fotice. CUBSCKlBEltS to Preferred Suck in the C011- Kj necticut and Passumpsic Kivers Kail road, are hereby noticed that an assessment of TEN PER CKiN t. hr.s been laid, payable on the loth ot De cember next, at either tbe following Banks viz: People's Lntnk, Eank of Orleans', Bank of I.vn don, Pasnnipsic or Bradfnrd Banks, or at 'the Tieasurer's Oiiice, Mo. J, Merchant's Exchange, Boston. 1 Per order of the Directors. N. P. LOVER ING, Treasurer. Oct. 2,1656 40iv8 Hotelikiss & Jellison, BURLINGTON, VT., JOP CHURCH STREET, JOBBERS, AND iWJ Ketailers of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, would respectfully invite the attention of 1 Merchants to their new stock of Fall Goods, which 1 inev c they oner at prices lull as low as Boston, Jew 1 Yc,rk, or even Philadelphia affocd them. A. stock 1 comprising rf-i L'nbleaclied bheeting, 5-4 " " 8-4 " 2- 4 Bleached " 3- 4 " 4.4 a 8-4 " " 10-4 " " Turkey Red Ginghams, Plain Checks, " Cheney " " Scotch, " Book Fold ' " Prints 3-4 7-8 4-4 Thomas Iloj-les, Schwabes, P. Allen, Merrimack, 4-4 French, Alpacas, Cobnnrs, Parametas, Eombaziues, Me rinos, Canton Cloths, Laces, Kdgtnrs, Crape a very large assortment. Poplins, Berages de frames and Clmmbrays. YANKEK SUTIOXS. Soaps, Oil, Cologne, Wax thread, i-c, &c, &c. OENTLEMEXS" FURSISIIIXG GOODS. : Tics, ' Cravats, Collars, Shirts Silk, " Woolen, " Cotton, Merino. Also made to order and pnaranteed to fit, beinp manufactured at one of the best liooe In New Vork. Any otJer ent will be protnptir tilled . I .1,. 1 . a. It, i ..... '' F "-'t oe aV iu9 lowesi n.-argei raies. MfH, A KCH Ash end Oven Mouths, Cookmr Ran?e, iV. Parmer Boilera, Chain Pumps, iron and Copper funii, Lead 1-iK, iron hinK, tor aia cbjapby H. CHAMP.f.RLIM & Co. Barton. July, lS.-tf - BURXISQ FLUID sale by Oct. IS. . . K. W. SYK. Ambrotypes : JMPEKISIIABI.E IMCTUIiF. ON GLASS. piioTonuArns s And other beaotriul picture arc Uken in the Greatest Perfection By the man with the I. OS (1 FLOWING CEAl:i, At St. Johnshury, Vt 40ir.G NEW SALOON AT fL'KLI3UTO., YlilZSIOXT, BY" SNOW & THOMPSON. fjlHK SUBSCRIBERS take great pleasure in X annmmcinc to the public eoneraHv "be opci ing of their SEW SALOUN, in the bud.iing well known as the Howurd Store. Clinrt h St., v luvl'. bai been newly fitted up njr n CoiitVctimierv Store and a first class lee Cream and Eating Si- ioon lor Ladies and Gentlemen, kept on the titv p!an, at biii-of-fai-o rates. Ice tVearu, (ysters, meats, !e. e?;, rnd rtii merfius other substantiais and delicacses, served up in the quickest possible tune, and Rt ail rta' s.'m.ble hom-s. XO SM0K1XG. .XQ y.O.l' AitSf. Our new store is already well known lo be a depot for choice confectionery of every kind. of our own tnauufai tme; aUo many bice varie ties from the best makers known to u. TABLE Olt.VAMLWTS MADE TO OKDm We keen a'-ri a befer nssnrtmenf of C KV. n".d PASt liV work than was ever befbra obei-ed in this State. Alo, Jellies and rreservrs, i- j:,rsuf various sizes, put up by us, and wurramed cheap er and better tuan anv in the nuu'ket. LADIES riSJ Tl.YG r ' RLIXG TO.y ' - Phould not fail to call at the V.ow Cot.feetionerv Store, on fhuich Street, and t an Ice Cre-itri: or if too cold, a cup of tea or couee, and u piato of Ovsters. LADIES VSCALLr EV A TTEXDAXCE. Having facilities for doinz all branches of our bnsine-s, and doui" it well, we hope our elTurts will be appreciated, and that we shall receive a sliHre of public favor Orders from abroad solicited and faiiuluilv executed. Burlington, Oct. 10. COLLEOTOB'S U0IXCE. rIlK non-resident proprietors of tbe town of A VF.STHELD. in tbe County of Oilcans. are hereby notineu that the taxease8fed by said io :i uie v iuiis m tins uiue, renin :n euner in tvi or in part unpaid on the fol!owingbsc:i'.'3d !r. in said town, to wit: ' t , ? S S 2 e S ' " 2 I- 3 C Wm. Barton, 3S 1st ,61 40 Amos Horton,20 ,68 loO . .loliu Kiniba!!,54 1.1 2-;0 E. White. Wm. Wade, 80 1,60 24!) S.Smith, 88 ,01 240 A. Hitchcock .Tonn. Smith, 44 ,25 108 A.Hitchccck W. Waterman, 7 ,52 60 P. Aiartin. D. Warner, 47 ,e8 Tyler & Learward Thos. Wood, 43 ,54 Wm. Rhodes, 28 - 1,30 . Smith jr., 10 2d ,13 ,07 ,32 ,2a ,21 )' M ,12 ,16 ,21 ,23 ,28 ,11 ,29 ,13 ,13 ,13 ,13 ,07 I'JO 120 120 Wm. Baxter. 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 E. White. 120 120 120 120 : 120 120 120 00 .J. Spraeue, IS Asa Kimball, 15 S. Owen, 1 DeriasSmith.lO . N. lIatherson,17 Wm. Barton, 3 1 B. Wilkius, 28 J. Smith, i iejse Lddv, SI I). Warner, 85 D. Kichmond,3'i .las. Cowen, Stl J. Kiinbal!, 47 C. Arnold, 45 D. Arnold jr.50 S. Keiley, 1 A. Waterman 48 S. Smith, 9 Thos. Wood, (il Sam'l Clarke, 46 Coiner Smith, 59 And so much of said lands will be oid at pub lic auction at the store of E. H. Miller, in said Westfiehl, on Monday, the 10th day of November next, at 10 oYloek A. M., as shall be requisite to discharge said taxes, with cost?, unless previously paid. Dated at Westfield, this 4th day of October, A. D. ItiiG. OELAXDO WIXSLOW, 40m 3 First Constable. STATE OF YERJKOST, Oi:i.eaks District, 68. 4 Ta Probrte Court holden at Irasburg, within . V ana tor tuia district, on toe itn any 01 Oc tober. A. D.. IMG, tSKXKZEII T. C'ON'AN T, Executor of the last will and testament of ,1obn C. Batljer, late of Greensboro' iu eaid district, deceased, in bis own proper person, represents to said Court that decedent in his life time was ua der contract in writing, binding in law, wdth one Benjamin C. Badger of Greensboro' aforesaid, to deed to him the said Benjamin., a certain piece of land in said Greensboro', to wit : the easterly half of lot No. 4, in the 1 2! h range, supposed to contain nity acres, more or less, together wnn the privileges aud ap urtenances thereto belong ing w hicn saiu contract, at tue decease ot said Juiin C. Badger, and now is unexecuted, and prays the Court for license and authority to con vey said land according to the terms of .-aid con tract, Therefore it is ordered by said Court, that pub lic notice be giventonll persons concerned therein, to appear before said Court at a session thereof. to be held at said Irasburgh, on the 6Ui day of, November, lbab, tuat they may be hear.l lu the matter and sl.o ci'.usc why license should not be granted as afore&aid. And this order shall bo published three weeks successively in the '.)i i-jat.s I nua pendent .Standard a newspaper printed at Ir.isburgh in ibis State, the last ol which publications shi:ii be before tha dav assigned for bearing as al'iresaid: Given under against the estate of HOiiACi-; Kt-l-StiN, late of Craftsbnry in eaid district, deceased, represented insolvent, and the term of six month lioin the lid day of Septeinlier beinj; allowed by sa'ul court to uie creuiton 01 sum ueceasfi, to exuibit ana prove their respective claims before lis: iiv t, .u 1 lcr., that e will atteini to the Jti- ties of our appointment at the dweiliuK bouse of the Widow Kliza Nelson iu Craftsbury iii aaid district, on the first 'i'nesdey of November and March next, at one o clock, in tue auenwan, en each of said davs. DANA 51. SAWYKP, ) , V. VKI.M WVI.IK, lommrs. Crnftsbury, Sept. Jtitb, lli 3i3 state or VEIt3IOT, OKLEASS Plsi'fT, . AT a Probate Court holdui at rrasbur.i witii iu and for the County of Orient,, on ti.o 29th dav of September, A. I- le&ti, M AH f IN I,. XEWCftJIP., Ksecutor of (i.e last Will and Tes tament 6f ,!OSIA II CltASK. late of Iyrl,y, ! censed, Tied in said Court has p:tiu.i, i: v. r titig aottiiig forth that said decedent die 1 seijei of certain real estate in I.-rby aftr-said, to wit: One half acre of land with adKelhri;. hou.-e thereon, and that a part of the heirs and l.-i. ices to said estate are rrsidiiig cut of thi S ate, and that said real estate is w situate. ib it ! is depreciatii.e in va!u, and that a kale of .a.ol real estate is ntcc-sjiry for it preservation, Had ilwt it would be a bct! fit to the parties interested jn said estate to sell the same, tb,it tbe procreoa thereof may be divide i araonjf the k-:M!fa to said efitt;attl praying f"r license and auttxir- ity to sell the taniV for the reaaon and purpo, sea aioresald: T herefor, it ia oroerea hr aol t ourt, that cnblie notice be eiven to ell persons cii eme therein, to appear before aaid eonrt t a si m thereof, to be held at ssid trashoreh, 00 the iiu iday of Oetctter, Ihey mny be hr l 10 i ,he mtfj,r j ,, a whv 1 -n motiid 1 not be ersnted as aforU. And tiii order sbill b piSdisbi'd three week snceeMivefy in theOrlsran Independent Mandard, a nspiir printed at Im'turgh In tl i Ma'e. the last of which pobhratiw. sna.n be bef.ee the Amw Buttx.l fir hMirinff a foTS)(t. i Oien oodr nir hand at tba Prriat OfB. In ,brgh, thi ili dmr of tMptiffibw, A- It j ,fc5. " l9 j. CARPKM EK, Jrt mv hand at tiie Probate Otllce in-Irasburgh, this j Allen and hi wile .Su'iin, may by decree of this ' o 1 '',, . ,s r C.,.pi!., . . l',,;,,lV : ,u;p ,(i ia ',t , ,.. ,.t,"v' 7th day of October, A. 1. 1 SOS. 1 Hon. Court be compelled to deed the .i,l p.eiui. I " " '' ' " ' ..... , , ',. . , ,-',V, v.' . ' ' .,' 4'J Jl. I'AHi'h.MfcK, JM;'. I e to toe S..II lliumau or to sanl orator, n fiir- i i.. vi , n r;:ua -i.-- p.. i, --,-..: , r,...v. ,( . : dtan as it r.rei-.id, or that the Alviu and suj Mi-ue r.-i hurc-ty, e-.nlinim to eiv r 'th 1 , . . ' , i r...- ..... nnlrrvnViiv i 1,H'' ''' S!" ' Wetherbee, or :bt the salt A'vin ixui , - V,- - i'i !,,.'. i V, '.!. -a HORACE M-.LbON'S E.ilAlK. i Sl,s.m te .,.VwH.,d to seeu.et., said Hannah a !'r.-b e.HiC-l.'-f ! T J ', , "'. .'. I. J,,,,. ; irjp3n SUBSCRIBKltS, bavini; been appointed (roc i and siirba-ient niaintenar.ee dnrn (; the ya-r (i - n . ...'r ' ". . 1 i a t ii-r'r''i' ' " i A by the tlon. Probale Court lor the District it her natural life, and that the Cotirt would cr.ii.t : - "IT If J'l'J )c"l' J n-l " I-a-, i ' '- i" ,.- ' ' ' ' I of Orleans, Commifeionera, to receive, examine, 1 such other nd farther relief ns sb.o is eirtitl.-d to : . . ' ''.'', -, ,..',,.",., i e iW.V;. t., i , oii-i ... n a. k.aiili, ilu u. lluill.13 i nil t'l i-iMl. . m colli. nil. I'lll,!, llv-. I 1.1 III III , U U t ..,1VI,.'I ,11 ,? U 1 V l 10. i- 1 , u. I , COTI.MIssiOiCIf? XOTICE. OSCAR SULLI ES ESTATE. r.? HK Subscribers, Having been appointed by the1 Ion. Probate Curt btr the ;tri, f ef Or'erin. ' Ctmmrioner, to receive, txamiwi, u4 !jut ; ail claims ivt i!rmad of ;1 .rf!, ctnt ; the-fntcl v) Alt r. MIIJ.KK, !t i iVveat- rv, in saiddi-tre;, drci':" 1, r ..revi.-i J .(i-iivei,-. ' and tbe tei'iuot :x rti. ;it! fr -n 17 h .iitv .f ' Septemler, l-emfii bowed by mid court tulhe ! ereoiturj ol said deeeaed, to cslal.it and prove ', llieir TMpective cminw Uetora at: j la tive Notice, that we attend to t! ! dn'iet of our appointment at tb dwel'-n? h,f j outheie...-,.! We,!i..tar of oven.T at, t tV... I rnarr t ext, at one o'oka k, m b. ftr.rauoa, on : vacli ut'a.d.:av. ii, .1'. t et1 c Invtc " i i C t !?.. 1k ! "li..- 1 , ,., . , , STATE OP VKK.MO.VT. ORl.e.tNS Col STV, M. DAM I EL iili.AU, 1 AV OJAS'CLHr. I. f Olt.KI'Y, FOVUTU JUDICIAL I.l l IIS IM.MSjON. ) lu.llll. ! flMIK OlIATOli, O.nie! M.u 1. repr, !,!. In i 11-'.."., heiiiK imieoted lu the aaid ort. in tti turn J of 5-1 -,CO nn.'i in'ere-t on the natne fron tie " 1 1 dfty of a I May. rpecifled tn one rt.mt.ir. port. i O. lHlitl 1 l..'.l Ol 1 ill. II. O.. lltl.l IU.1I BIT'S Ill T of said lot laviti" the whole ien.-.b of sai l lot ad j ihi:n;; thy buii u!-oo icenthri...!, ccmaiiiii; ei.riity acres, be tha same more or ! i. and W-s i' tb'e s'une land deed.-d lo the said lti-h: by Int. , , T , 11 i l..h .1 :.. ...... I ."i.." -...i i... ..... u.,,..!!...:'!'"1 n . v , ,, ., rfi ,1.'. ,,r'.,.r ! ward-, to ni! :i the lltli day of May, A. U. ! -.., ' naid ldnlioii dtu ie-.l the above den'riijed ,rem:si' j ti.l. I), t.i.lcy, S. Ji. Utikv't.l Ltu-in Uenni- j son, allot sr.'.'! Iin;:lil.in. nereime ?.rn orator nravsti. it the c,uity u reJciiijli.J of (lie mid .". 1). liiikey. S. A. ('.il'ey and Lucius per.ui.-i.:; in tbe Drcmitosmay be forobaed. And '.vl-' t-as it appe-iri that said Liuhin 1) jn ntmin rehide witbont tlii State, so iliat ft nib po:ita euiiiiot le forve 1 Ujm luni ; there!.. re in Miruanee ol t tse s.aui.e 1:1 s-iea ca-e ra.o provided, notice is hereby given to thes:n ll.u- :rebv given to the s:n 1 Lu-1 arbeLiodie Chaneehor of iMrirt of the S-ate of Ver- ems lei;in-on to aopea the fourth Judicial Distr m,,Dt. at tlio Court Uju.-o m Iritbuiyb. in Orieans .rui t-a.ii oia'.or is eiieoie 1 to cau.iNj.:;! orocri tl he jiuhiished t'iree wek successively in tl.i. Orleans Independent Steuiard, 1. roiled at Irns- t-ui-jrlt n'on-Miid, the la.tof whieli pu.icat oim to bo at leakt twenty days previous to said fourth Tuewjn v of December ticii. Dated at trn-bursh In paid County of Orleans, this Ht'u list of .!ntv, A. ) lr ", j- 'KOU.M.VS W. I'.i.NtUlAJI, Cletk. J. II. Kimball. Sul.cdtor Sbui 1 : STATE OF VEKMO.VT. oklba.ns nisir-K-T, sa. GF.OIIGt: W. JKXXKSS, W.V CHANCER Y, OuarOian of lLmaaU Damwi, 1 Til JUDICIAL ALVIN ALI.KN nnd SUSAN ALLLX. J CIRCUIT. rgtHE ORaTOR, George W. Jennese, of Clov- m er ill lue uouiliv unu oouu Bioresaiu, uar dian of Hannah Danlon, an iimno person, in bis bill of complaint represents that said Hannah was in April, A. D. lJ-54, possessed of property in 1 riMHE sub-crii.er hat receive ! t!: J 1 tri'e aort proniiisory notes ajulnit one Nathaniel French j A merit of I'atent MeiiUiine Iroia tne hrm of of said U lover, in the sum of 6700, and interest 1 C. C. li'eilain h A..;"r.cy h ivinp Ucen trtn.ler. on said r.ote; and that the said Hannah was the reiL A full trpp'y will hereaf.er be keptfora!e owner 01 caius ana omer puiperiy oesioe ner: household furniture, of the value ol one hundred dollars after paying her debts: and that on the Sth day of April, A. I). 1S'.4, ti e faid Hannah, being fall of years aud weak and inlirm of body and mind, w as by the solicitation of her daughter, Susan Allen of Burke in the County ot Caledonia, wife of Alvin Allen of Jldbury ir. tiic County of Worcester aud State of !.Ua.-ii. husei-u, pursuu- ded to carry all her saiu property to sat.t Lurke, nnd to purchase of one Leonard Wetherbee the following der-erihed bind lyinj; an. I boiiij; in said ! Burke, to wit: Fart of the firs' (livt-ion lot drawn j to the original right of Nchetniah Andrew, bound-! ed on tbe easterly side by the Inn 1 of Flummer j Lurpee, Ara Latiu, 0. Doyle s nnu Ldwin tu.in. 1 ..... i ... 1 .u 1. ...i .i.., . -..i.i .U.. U.. 111. BV.UU .. CIC. 11 t-sriH ftn.) hp bv the road 011 t ie unit 1 si. le. and hav - ing a bou-e and barn thereon, and containing fourteen acres of land, bo the amn more or b-s-: j and to pav for tha paid premises out of ber ai 1 funds, anil to have the said pi emi.-es dee. led di- reetiy to the seid b!in; and that the said iMisun on tlie 20.1i day of Anril, lii I, executed to tbe said Hiii.nah ber boud'ii. the sum ot'iCOO, endi - iioceu ior me comioiiuo:e aiai suni.'iem. manitu - ; nance of lite said Hotmail for the period of tier HHtiiral life, and that on tn 2-;h day of a I April the said Susan exeooted to the said ll.inni.li n mortyatre deed of the said premises, conditiuued for the laithlul performance of the coo liliona of sai l bend, and that nlterivard. sabl Susan in the absence and whboutthe knowledge or consent of tho said liiini.ah, took three of her mother's said notes against said Frenrh, and collected nnd j caused to be collected said note, aniountiii to 1 about $316, and appropriated the same to her the said Susan'it own use; and that the mid Susnn required ber sanl mother to surrender up s:t..l Bond, and release all beutfitor securitv from said mortgage deed as tha terms on which she ft oui.l let her have tha money sh h l so collected ol said French, and tiiatsai-.Hi.iiiiuili being ir.tirm of mind as afoiesaid, did surrender up said bond to said Susan, and that said Hannah has never re ceived (uiy part of the money so pai 1 to ai.l Wetherbee for said nrenii-e-; and that afterwar is Raid Susiiii and her to.i 'li. jmas MoCmty, uni'e the ir.aiif.'inient and ndvio-e of sai-l Suan and j I Alvm, ob'aiaeJ ell ol tne remainder of the said : ) lianuab's p-operty, and that iu the V.nterol j ) 1H55, tho s lid liautinb was h it alor-e vitt:t J 1 funds, foot.!, fuel or a:-isinnce, iu a iieri'-hitifl' con-' 1 d:t:on, un'u co-inpl: ii.t win inii h. t... nn.j n. , t taken care ol by, tbe overseer of tlia Poor of oi: i ' i town of Glover." ! And tho said Orator pray that w! 1 A'v'n , equity and r : Ar.d wliereas it appears that said A'vin Allen j ; reside without this Mate, so that a subpretia can- i not be served upi u him j I herelo'e, in pumianre j of tlie statute in such cn1-. rmoie arid privld'vt,i j not.ee, s tn-reby p.ven tn tne sio 1 Alv.ii .:'.-t. to ; appear b.,f .re the Clmni-elior of thy fourth .In ii- 1 cud litr.ct ol the rvu'e ol ermaut. at the , Court liou-e m lris.ur;-h iu ' '.' am t"mnt v, 011 1 j the fourth Tuesday of lleoember, A. I. J 11 ii, at f : lo o cio( k A. il. ou ai 1 day, and maisa atKwer i to iu 1 bid and ahum tb" itiieetiou and .lerree ot j j said Cbiir.cel.or in tuat bebell. And anloat.iri . j uirect-i to cau-e this -a der to be pubh-i,d ' j t,rM. w4K.k, .aivelv in tha Orlea OS llidt-oeii ' tietrt htamiarl.a paper pnuted at 11 i lra.hui,i, , the last of wh eh puh! cation 10 bfl at leant '.-u-ty days previous to said fourth I ues iay of tie '. (eruL..-r n.-xt. . l'atedat Irnnburcu aforesaid thi Hth ditv of Julv, A 1. l'.'h " j voi'.MAX VT. PIVCttAM, Clerk-. J. IL IvIMHAI.l., Solicitor fctlar ! hTVTi; or vrst.noT, ! OltLltAKS DlMKlCT, . j VT a Probate Court, hoi leu at !'r- ''a ' ' r t in Ira-b';.-cti within and f.rsnhl District, on i tne h dsv vr i-rwe.iiii.-r. A 1. )k6r!; t AS IN a'i hC'JKN I , piot.ortaiK to ,s t!t!,t will and restamitt "f A I, r H r I HftOW.S, la'e ot I 1 Coveutjy m cud t '.'tt.ct, aoeei.s t. bioK pre- f : tei.f-l to th t.-iun Vi-re by Nwi.ey hm n, ti ' j fiecu'r.x therein luttj.ei, for ProbAtti It itar.t i d r-,i by :; Court, i'.nt ad ptit rofx-rrned ! j therein U MoriiiH to np.wir t: a M.n .f Mtd j Cou t to be hoi ' at toe laa of D m.ii B-.iia in ; j Ci'vejifrr, on the 27th dav of tn-i.,i.f, A I 1 1 (. ai 11 oiiixin, il., ol alxtv , if y 1 tliey inrty Lave, n, oi,t tiie proote ol tun) 1.1 tor r!iseB purpuw, it k fasthor ftri4, ih a! copy of the riofd of thi W.W lo putl.sbei 1 ii.ii w" as tc-iTiy (p tiM tr!eai 10 det bums, piioi4 at leaomrih, pr.vsoi. said t.mii Bi-pmre.! fjr t.earm. A true e;iv of lieeivril, - Attest. rt M. CAKPtSilKil. JiiJi-a. fllUK wWriUri are istmifH.iA.IH1,!. . ,vn I II' 4 AV' . ' !.. l-r t.d.. as t I va rrfmsd. J' , , ,h. of cmi. cf t' , AuUiXb 'V At lU Ah I AVII PAID I OH I'I 'Its. SaITIV7 ' i Lurrfr4- .-r? V.r,. w.,.'. ;-'l Ptrfs.i.'W wr.i'ivir. vi ir i ill 1 i,m:-' IrhO'fii. Jan. . l'4f.f .-..,.. tt'c nTMf-r f i - 1 r ft cool) sews j ! fl VIE uberiir W ter t T that tis.we uvea has- rmi,mi a goad arl o'.o Ivy j Rfy too, t-m :;?c of ; , t.j JL 'J- 't-'l' (.til l J'i'X t?PC-t,' t w;;ia , v t.ve r , !h U t fov ero,-r.rea f,-.t t1!e in Vernv i . Ut oeri i; e r.f U , I ki!, and U-v, i:st. uu t Ua4 uo KIkh ) ble tei'tiis. Airf, ' I .. . ' . . , , i Jtll tttift It Hit ttilKi'C il( ".)', '''"' bi-...-.e, ,K . , , nVr.X. CONN. ,r"" iuta ,v uuai,,f te'' "' ? i I JM'K -,... ,.. r,K ;...,. 81. , X. IS 1 n T Vliii NOTK'tn ! J i:v iv..-..inv.-u t, , .aili 1 . ....."..-... it inn imatr, mil d.i tn ci, I .Me t;'i- 1 . . I n-e "t t!e wr. ' i 11 on nh.nt u. i .t., aJ.t; m ftt rcu t.t.j l.ai.u,jlh. ; i tern . Arrvr. stanvoi ii. i i Ik ii. ) 1a i- V 0 II iv. b . i i i ' Vui- "'f T-'i 'iY.7-1 TilV'"""! i''r".',', Ti ''."". f.'ln'j . , V . 'r " i : ; """ ', -' " " ' ' ' i . . w" "''- "" "i.nl ii the : hht Aiiis'l'sC,:,! In the t.'it i -! :,d at mll.fn. i re rV.: ;i ; :t : i 1 t' in.'-i. I:..,: ! Wnli Sr.tri rrid (. tv.:! , orv rrcf. Wt i :.: I,.'.i:,, i-e, t' '-;Vt. ai.u ;.i a i t.: a v,.ji r o'ah.! h.i'e'i'. H mean our work iu,5i be ei'.uil to be ittt 1 I.. I'.l rl.l- Ulllt;aM ',. -''V ''ni' eontiA.n u c-v-i r!i tr. C" to lH-'fx-t t.i '., v"; ',l ' m v a-. ; .0. 1 ..y c .1.': 1 I'i- v 1 nu.: i l-C-! ti r g : ri- . , we i.. !:. t, r. .-:l e a;,.l i -Vi t.. k fj d:hve.el Lew traui ! l ex eue to our ciss'oiner.. j ! J.'.ix 3. w::; rv.r.. 1 I vr.i ,'. :.. wiif.;.i.rn. ! I I.) ndon. .nine , M-i '. i'.f j S- 1. ki MBA I.L id f-aium is .Vent tj.- f i above Oxr.', auy. I f 'TUfTf ri'V'J I I ' i ,! I J' ttri T,i jj i J lj ( if. I'U'l V "SJ C"J i. iHi" It'i iv-ri. ot i'.,o. i.uiuiis 1 ati-n.s a:. i -.1.1.1. 'jJ0IJj,ie JHchii'nn . ' ' . ' .V'. X 3 Ju,iili'tii. a .!i7;., C-1.. JT-'l - '"V -V'T u OOW'J S, .i ittiti, uf.-S-4t J.ujitt Vne Iiune, I lion iviuu -Ji. 1 i ' . a, ' 1. M ..11.,. la, 11. IV l..ia:Pllt, i CQltivatot. Chun., Conner t'orr.p, Walimt Ox ' ii ",' v v V. 1 r , 1 V ,, .05, lien!-. Or.L's r.ii.t .i..vfr -ccd, tirin-t "iti.ne j mell l " ' I Anv a.tic'.es furnWie 1 on short notice a id at low price.' Knrt,ier hk our sik vrer, and give o-.ir in tichj. a n.'ii t. ;,d. Irabnrli, .Ian. 4, tty 1 n-f j w m plgUlClilO lOt lUS 1 C0T)iG 1 ' X at mv s Sept. 23, lsju Z) rr. w. Nvr. fffi'E subscriber has on h.uid end f..r -rt J. laree niiantl'v of exc.-'ent lt-.i ! v Mud Ciotbii., winch ti cr wUi n.'.l a lo as any one in the ciamiy. !-, (l.-.-t r..:j 1. ..1 l.n.i.'. U Di v Ooo ls, Uiuo?ric, ii.un aud tiucy Ir G.jbd, S:e.,f.,r ,w. iKOUGB WOUTIilSrtTON. Jr. St CO. Irasbuifh, dan. 4, ltd'.'. ltf Plows. i ussoritneiu 1,1 laaor ttnl l.:lr'..eir t'.owt : ;i . , - i - .- - u t 101 !. -. ! August l. 8-1 J. II K ELI. AM. j I , XV' 1) rV?l1 ', VJt Jila.JI Jwit jC I jMroitTl-'US AXD LL I VIS U J 1 ! ..,'.. ..-'r r-i'vi iVii' .- it ', i 1 lit llttiil, 111. .1.1 AMI UlVv V.Aifc, ( 1 1 -U. Cn- erv T u.er I! .',.oo- ' via.,,! v, a -r 1 1:,. n..'i... ir.,,!.i 1 .f. !.a....i I e TT " " T' ' ' . . BXXiVXU riui l CH X XXX a iX& WiiitX..! C.istorii, S.aais, ic.,in. i Xo. 1 Leavenworth Idock. C;'V," ftr.1, . I .vm.ii.:to-(, T. mil ifAiiuiXdio:;, ! I lioKKSSnll or Po-t Ot!k-o address, N.rt!i Trov, Vt 2!:ii7 ! , , . , u. ir. CArvPEXTi:n, m. d., Holtol-.llf ATniC iuvssn"i Aris sr::;r:o:v, HKIU-.Y CEXTItn, VT. (fice at his res'ibmcs on Fait Stre-.d. Fi" JOHN 11. i!!?A Y.NTAuI), tics'n v sur:?tii t', WI-.5r ClIAKLESToy, TPKitON;. lL)iT.r! yf. i: '1)0:5:7 Formerly of '! .n'j elier, Vt ) COVKMHV, V I. tT. V. FCOTT, M. r., IH VMit ii'.H, Vl H'tfiN'T. OfTii-e over Wortldeyri rtor.. Vt Mil. k MliS. 1). T5AKKK, iiYDEOFATKIC TKYUQIXT. Cin a, Vt ii 1 v DR. V. M. PKiniV, rnif ii- im) irt mMf M, X5oxxtirt, B ART OX, t. N. SCOTT, Alil.1T KiiK Krmi'n' Si'.tu-t! tin f::"-urin? fctapsa. fiivrK, Vt. WM. II. I AND, dec i - T v n 11 1: 11 1 v v, Itetil 11 Vt. AW; A?ut for' nar Hutiiai fira tl inrsaee Crifiipnny. ; ., ;,, ...i .,,,,., U, Bttaflpll.i rSS 1 .4 6M HTVtui, Vt KM fclSK, VI. j . w. Ja, i- m. t, vt,rt,.t. .1 wm r.'m i a, i I,.--... in 41 1 i l ' - - - - - . ' . : ' ''? !-'-" mmm mm. K , 'i.ll A. ( SttCCrts- rf I ul..r- 'ieture. ...... : ; .. ;i ,,, . . , .1..' . ...,. . I . l fcfv LT TT I f. irincill. e f.,r 1 e V otuoi) . i , 1 rar.e( frm r-".'1"': ".on oi 4- i. k : , ; ;. 'I' - an. ' wt eti et of t'Kie. '' (( , ci.is f;li n ibi next . 5;a- cer-.x-i.oi. of their ,.. 1 ' c",tf l,i " t""y hie binned an I p..n . I. ,:,.;,: r !.-tl-; 1Ki-l-t t!i I: a uufrv o'tn-r Miaiiit;,., ii;r.-. and V.tv co-1 un'Vvaii t ' -n i: -r ;:. .:ri-.-i..-i. -. ' '. . ( r :i :.i.. i'i !! : ' y :i a t : ; j. ; u.struii,c:it warta.ite 1 ! .r ..: 1 ...w. .i. c. rt!V':;rv, ... 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Wo i 1 aiiv-.r-e tl.a. 11. lie. k i...:; au.l ,.ni bvntne, and siiauld the w. rk and r...ve Lut uit,Ui'ev may I be returned at our enpe.ii'.1. j 1 udon Corner, Ac'itkl 13, If ".6 3'pf 3IIJSI( sioim:. I S. Hl'ST HAS a complete aortment of Musical M.-r-chtindlse, and all e.i,U i;rlniuiiig to hi branch of buiue. A lar ;;e a-sortinent cf fi.o rtt'rr:s frnm the niai.iifMctorie of 'hicl-erir-fT, Woodward i ISrown, and tiro n e; Alb n, wiio-e instrument n.e wili kiinwu to be Mm-iiur to iiiiy other mam:!, ctui-cd in thi c .n:it. v. inmnfaeture.1 by IVintc & Ci. balodo, and Car li.u t & Nee.lbniii, X. V., ol ,.! , ,.vi i.;,.i uaf.eri., 1 .. 1.. .. . - ' everr iTinrMuietit w-u ran1- ! j Double Ta-s ioU, Violh. -on : Vi'- "1, 'iil'tai, I uii.-s, .;an Tcikt Vio',., t.", Saxii.. rus, I L'U"1 lioioiKii.es, Acci-.i .u-,!:-i. j Italo-n, Genn-m an I Lnro-l. S:r.i.;s fir Viol', and t;i:it.,r, nf the b oirth'v. r.,,. rm-.-r l:'r !, '! .td 1 tec?-, IV:.; u.' 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