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The feature of the news which attract
ed most auention is an official paragraph
in the Moniteur, complaining that the
En'ish press publishes calumnies against
ths French Government, and holding
oat a menace that a continuance of such
conduct will break up the Anglo-French
Alliance-
Thia paragraph has caused excitement
both la England and France, having even
affected the Bourse, and it is reported
that the British government will ask an
explanation of the threat to dissolve the
alliance,
Respecting the Neapolitan difficulty,
the only additional progress is that the
French embassy, as also probably the
British, left Naples on the 26th.
'- ' Count Waleki's official correspondence
with the Neapolitan government is pub
lished.' ;' - -""
- The Enslish fleet is at Malta, and the
French at Touron.
A German paper says that the squad
mn will ea to Naules in three weeks, if
O I
matters are not settled.
There is nothing really new in respect
to the complicated relations of the Dan-
ubian Principalities-
It is denied from Vienna, but re-assert
ed from France, that the Porte has sum-
' mo tied the Austrians to quit In this
connection are two reports, viz : 1st.
T hat the Congress of Paris is not likely
to meet soon, owing to the non-assent of
England; 2d. that Russia, inspired by
suspicion of a secret understanding be
tween England and Austria respecting
the Principalities, demands a Russian
squadron to enter the Black Sea on the
same terras as the English fleet, now in
those waters. "
The entire lurkisn Ministry has re
signed. The event is attributed to the
lint iiiuca vil aaiiu uuauuiu iv uiuiu ui
Redschid Pacha as Vizer.
' No news from Spain except a contem
plated increase of the army.
Letters from France are unsatisfactory
The demand for money continues unaba
ted.
Latest.
By telegraph from London to Liver
pool Loxdox, Tuesday Evening. Varia
tion in the funds to day slight, the mar
ket closing the same as yesterday. The
supply of money in the discount market
was more liberal, but many holders are
..'1 "Tit 1 1 ATI .1
BUM UUWUlUlg W ICUU. All IUC UlJllCJ
"offered in Stock Exchange found full
employment at 5 1-2 a 6 per cent.
The final quotations on the Paris
Bourse to day were 66f.55c-, for money,
showing a recovery of 1-2 per cent.
There is no decrease to day in the bul
lion of the Bank of England.
Private letters from Paris are less dis
couraging. The pressure of Hamburg
bas fully subsided, rates 7 per cent.
A dispatch from St. Petersburg says
railway concessions have been granted a
French company for 80 years, under a
guarentee of 1 1-2 per cent., with an ad
ditional 1-2 per cent., for sinking fund.
The total sum required b 40,000,000
sterling, and will weigh down all Russian
securities ia our market, and in k
degree every other enterprise.
viexsa. Tuesday Eveninz. The
Austrian correspondence denies emphat
ically the statement hat the Porte had
protested against Austria occupying the
"Principalities.
Adfices from Constantinople state that
the Jlinistry resignation remain unac
cepted. -
The Lata Gales on the Lakes
A Propeller Supposed to be
Lost
Oswego, Nov. 10.
i-. It is feared that the propeller J. W.
Brooks, from Lake Erie for Ogdensburg,
was lost on Lake Ontario in the late
ga!, with all oa board. Parts of a hur
ricane deck, supposed to belong to her,
came aaliore at Henderson, on Friday,
and quantities of flour and lard were seen
yesterday, floating about between Sack-
ett' harbor and Kingston. The Brooks
. - .
.uawisu m pxuuuce, aim a crew
twenty men. bbe probably had eom
passeriferfl also. ;
rn, u M
tuation ea Eatnrdy, aboard the schooner
J- G. DesUer, hare been rescued.
A.t' . i: LsOlA. KCBBEll. India frjj).
Xa- -,, . ,
: tmn ""I a1 immersed id
epmts oi turpentine in a close vessel and
pt warm, will dissolve, and in that
Slate en U. put ea with a brush, formin
i-ivi tuauug tor anything to
-which it is applied. It has tbe objection,
however, of keeping its tack stickness
and in tLIs respect it is eeVlnm ,.a
--v,
except for coating wood or Other work
placed in water. Scientific American,
1 C2T E recent dispatches to the Navy
LVartmpat, from Commander Swart-
y jf, of t'ie United States steamer Slas--
. the important fact k comma
t ' ? cf discovery of valuable coal on
tins t .-u j of San Joan de Fuca. This
tticTerj was made by CapL J. II.
Tl'jfD sa. About four tans of it were
dug oat by Indiana and tested on board
the Massachusetts.
Major Pooee and his Bet. The
"Worcester Bay State says :
The Major isn't so much of a Yankee
as we took him to be. The way we
should have paid that bet would have
been to hire one of the empty freight
cars on the Georgetown Railroad a
covered one, perhaps, if it happened to
rain and wheel the barrel of apples
from one end of it to the other, and vice
versa, during a railroad trip from New
buryport to Boston. Time, say two
hours. . Labor comparatively trifling to
that of surmounting the turnpike hills,
oven if the Georgetown company are on
ly able to ' to put it through by daylight.' "
Major Poore is no such person. He
does things " on the square."
Receipts for the Standard,
For the week ending November 13th.
Geo. James, Derby,
H. N. Wright, Newport,
$1,25
1,25
1,15
1,25
,62
Simeon Skinner, Barton,
Geo. F. Belknap, Coventry,
J. "W. McNulty, lrasburgh,
Win. Randall, Greensboro,
,62
Teacher's Notice.
All those wishing for license to teach
in this town the coming winter, are re
quested to meet (for examination) at my j
residence, on Saturday, Nov. 29th, at 1
o'clock P. M.
It is very desirous that teachers
call for an examination previous to com
mencing their schools, and all are re
quested to be punctual to the above no
tice. C. W. SCOTT,
Town Sup't.
lrasburgh, Nov. 15.
Notice.
The Second Quarterly Meeting of the
Danville Association will be held with
the Baptist Church in North Troy, com
mencing on the first Friday in December,
at 10 A. M., and continue over the Sab
bath. Ministers conference to be at Br.
J. Rowell's, Thursday preceding, 1 P. M.
. Per order, H.N.HOVEY.
Albany, Nov. 13.
MARRIED.
In Walden, on the 5th inst., by Rev.
J. P. Styne, Mr. Charles Sheppard Esq.,
of Springfield, Missouri, and Miss Lucy
Ann Dow, of Walden.
In Greensboro, on the 8th inst., by
Rev. J. P. Stone, Mr. Riley S. Tolman,
of Craftsbury, to Miss Mary A. Thomp
son , of Glover.
CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS.
THE GBEAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarke,
M. D., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure
of all those painful and dangerous disorders to
which the female constitution is subject. It mod-
(mtM all find rmnva all nhttrnftfinna
and a speedy enre may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES.
it is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time,
bring on the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Gov
ernment stamp of Great Britain, to prevent coun
terfeits.
CA CTIOX. These Pills should not be taken
by females that are pregnant, during Oie firtt three
months, as they are sure to bring ou miscarriage ;
bnt at every other time and in every other case,
they are perfectly safe.
Sole Agents for the United States and Canada.
I. C. BALDWIN & CO..
Bochester, N. T.
TL'TTLE S: MOSES, Auburn, N. Y. General
Agents.
X. B. $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to
any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottle of the
Pills by return mail.
For sale by FEED. E SMITH, Montpelier,
Wholesale Agent for Vermont; B. W. XTE, Iras
burg, and by one druggist in every town. 41
ZZ To those who are about purchasing any
bind of goods advertised by J. C. Emery in an
other column, uncommon inducements are offered,
because he has a larger stock than can be found
at any other establishment in the State. He be
ing a practical manufacturer of Furniture, his
goods in this department can be relied upon, as
he will have none but tbe best quality. And in
the departments of Carpeting and Hanging or
Boom Paper, with all their accompaniments, his
stock stand unrivaled. Coming from the manu
facturers, the tmcest and best styles may always
be found at his store, and at reasonable rates.
I DIGEST!" Sccbisthk tbue meajtiso
of the word "PEPSIN," or of the two Greek words
; from which it is derived. This is the significant
d appropriate title of the TBCE DIGESTIVE
rLL,D' m "ASTBIC .Jl ICE, prepared by Dr.J.
I S. HOUGHTON, of Philadelphia, from the fourth
Stomach of the Ox. for the cure of Indiirestion and
Dyspepsia. It is Nature's own remedy for an
1 unhealthy Stomach. No art of man can equal its
I curative powers. It renders GOOD EATIXG
perfectly consistent wth HEALTH.
ZZT" See Advertisement in another column.
TO SEBVOIS SUFFERERS,
S .: I .l . j .. 1 1... - r
I ""-cr ,InlnJ Jrsoi greai nervous suaering,
I is anxious to make known ths means or cure.
wm Knd ,free, . rescriotion used. Kreet to
tbe Eev. J0UN M. DAGS ILL, Xo. fiS Fulton St.,
Brooklyn, X. T.
COKBECTEO WEEK I.I FROM TBE K. E. FaEHER.
CAMBEIDGE CATTLE MARKET
Wbdsesoat, Hot. , 1356.
At market VA Cattle. 1200 Beeves and 423
stores. eonsKtine of Working (Irm. Cows and
C,TT, yearlings, two and three years old. '
1 Jinrnei dwi Extra ,uoao,oo; jsi
quality, 7,5O,0O; td quality, 8.2oa,76;
3d
Hu..,7, oral nary, 4,t0.
o,vav,oi5c per ewt.
Tallow oiiMiOric per ewt.
Pelts l.0$el,ae ech.
Calf Skin taal4 ets per lb.
Barrelling Cattle None.
Veal Calves S6.0G to 10.
Working Oxen 7 to 178.'
Cows and Calves S3S to 69.
Yearling SI4 to 1.
Twe Year Old Sit to 15.
Three Years Old SM to 6.
Sheep and iambe 4170 at ttwrket. Extra, f
to . By lot 11,76 to 8.75. '
S wics i to Cc per Jb.
S Do. dry hide 17 a 30
Kew York, light ' r l7aS0
Do. Heavy S6 a 88
Boston (laughter 26 a 28
Calf skins , per lb Heavy, corned 60 a 00
Light, do. 70 a 80
BOSTON MARKET.
Wholesale P bices. Sot. 8, 1856.
FLOUR AND MEAL per bbl.
Genesee 7 60 a 8 75
Ohio, common S 6 a 7 00
Ohio extra 7 E3 a 8 00
Meal J 75 a 4 00
GBAIN per bushel.
Corn, Western, 75 a 76
Corn, Yellow 77 a 78
Corn, White 74 a 75
Rye 1 00 a 0 00
O'ats, Northern 51 a 68
Oats, Southern 00 a 00
Oats, Eastern 00 a 00
Barley 1 20 a 1 28
White Beans 2 00 a 2 25
HAY per ton.
Eastern SIS 60 a 19 00
HOPS-per tb.
First sort. 1856 00 08 a 00 09
Do. do-, 1855 00 00 a 00 00
LEATUEE per lb
Philadelphia city
Do. Country
Baltimore city
32 a 35
80 a 32
32 a 31
13 00 a 40 00
LUMBER.
Boards, from
Shingles
Clapboards
Laths
SDruce Lumber
2 00 a 5 00
35 00 a 88 OS
1 37 a 1 76
10 00 a 11 00
-per bbl.
00 a 00
1 37 a 1 50
POTATOES
Common
Chenango
PROVISIONS per bbl.
Beef 10 00 a 14 50
Pork 19 00 a 24 50
Lard, per lb. 13 a 14
Butter, choice 23 a 25
Butter, good 18 a 20
Cheese 9 a 10
SEED per lb.
Clover, Northern 14 a 15
Clover, Western and Southern 13 a 13
Herd's Grass, per bushel 3 50 a 3 75
Red Top, Southern 80 a 90
Red Top, Northern 1 25 a 0 00
TALLOW per lb.
American 12 a 13
American, ronjrh 8 a 9
WO OL Domestic, per lb.
Saxon and Merino fleece 53 a 65
Full blood 43 a 4
1-2 and 3-4 blood 42 a 47
Common 1-4 blood 35 a 38
Pulled, from extra to Xo. 2 15 a 53
RW. NYE'S old brick store is running over
full of New Goods. It will pay to look
them over.
rAE A, Sugar, Melasses, Raisins, Bice, Salffira-1
X tns. Oil, Fish and Salt, can be be found at
K. W. KYE'S.
Irasburgb, Nov. 14.
HATS and Caps for Men and Boys at
B. W. KYE'S.
T ADIES R. W. Nye's is the place to buy all
. kinds 01 anoes ana uaiters; also auDoers.
JEN'S and Boys Boots at
KYE'S.
TTAYE you seen Nve's Plain and Black dress
XX silks?
HORSE Blankets from 63 to $3,50 each, at
NYE'S.
s
CPEB10B Buflsdo Bobes at
NYES.
LETTEK Writers will find paper that will
please them at Kye's.
4 ALL and look at E. W. Nve's most endless
assortment of Yankee Notions.
4 BARGAIN is to be had in Cashmere Shawls I
at
B. W. Nye's.
RW Nye's plain all wool De Lains cannot
be beaten for beauty of color and shade.
KIT Shirts and Drawers, at
B. W. Nye's.
F
ANCV Pant Cloths and Sheet
s Grsv, at
. W. Nye's.
r I THANKSGIVING fixings can be found at
I " YE
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, iL D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
BABTOX LAXDIXG, VT.
45
NOTICE.
THIS is to certify that I have fiven my son,
Albekt B. Goss, bis time during the remain
der of his minority, and shall claim none of bis
earnings, nor pav "any debts of his eontractine af
ter this date. HARVEY GOSS.
Albany, Xov. 10, 1856 J5
COtfJIISSIOXER'S NOTICE.
ALFRED BBOWX'S ESTATE.
THE Subscribers, having been appointed by the
Hon. Probate Court tor the District of Orleans,
Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust
all claims and demands of ail persons, against
the estate ot ALr KLD BKU1.V lateol Covent
ry, in said district, deceased, represented insolvent.
and the term of six months from tbe 37th day of
October, 1856, being allowed by said court to the
creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove
their respective claims before as ;
Do give Notice, that we will attend to the
duties of our appointment at the dwelling honse
of Widow Nancy Brown in Coventry in said dis
trict, on the 2d 1 uesday of December and March
next, at ten o'clock, in the forenoon, on each of
said davs.
N. W. GRAY, 1
JACOB BO WELL, j Comm'rs.
Cove:.try, Xov. 4th, 185645
Collector's Notice.
THE non resident proprietors of tbe town of
Lowel L, in the county of Orleans, are hereby
notified that the taxes assessed by said town pre.
yious to this date, remain either in whole or in
part unpaid on the following .described lands in
said town, to wit :
Propr's names. Xo- lot. Bange. Xo. Acres. Tax.
Bellows, Hiram IS 0 ,100 fii
Corel, Elisba I 21 100
IS e
1 21
3 21
4 21
ft 21
6 21
2 IS
2 1
3 IS
8 1
11 IK
19
7 19
4 1
15 IS
100
100
100
100
100
100
100 1,74
Vt east part 7
60 ,71
100 .-.
100 ,31
Hovey, G. & Alvin
Kelton, Xahara
Laselle, John
Perkins, . P.
100 ,4t
100 ,10
Wires, Salmon
Ami sa mrah rtr . o l l,n.l wilt V. ..t .1 A
Paine's house in said Lowell, on Saturday &
13th day of December next, at 10 o'clock A. M..
I vt tocuiuoi u
1 cosu, unless previously paio.
. . . t MVnw. .III. Wl A U
IIexrt J. Cross,
1st ConstaLle.
Stoves!
ALL persons wanting stoves, stove pipe, hol
low ware, tin ware, lead pipe and pumps,
will find greater variety and cheaper price at
our shop, than can be found elsewhere in the
county, r lease call ana examine.
SKINNER tc FOSS.
Percy Centre, Oct 25, 1S6 i3mt
Auction Sale.
rrtHK following articles will be sold at public
L Auction on Monday, the 24th day of Novem
; ber, at one o'clock P4 M., at the old Warner Tav
ern, in Hard wick, viz :
One Horse Cart and Saddle ;
Two Draft Chains, '
Iron Bars, Shovels, Forls,
and various other farming tool. Also, one bos
stove and pipe, and various other household fnr
niture, including S lot of article of all kind for
mskicz butter and cheese, ice- '
i Greensboro, Sv. , m-i
I T) OOM Paper from 10 to 13 1-2 eta. per roll;
It also Satin for 17 els-at . K.W.M'k.
BTotioo.
r DAGGETT will pay cash for Hides, Call
11 Skins, and Dairy Skins, if well salted.
FOIl SALE! more 01 tnose Dest Boots
made by E. fa AN IV, who cannot be beat by any
I one in the County.
Dy Shoes of all kinds cheap for cash,
lrasburgh, Feb. 25, 1S5 8tf
DIL a -M.-RUBLES,
(Formerly of Montpelier, Vt.)
212 Tbemoxt Street, - - Boston.
Dr. R. will, in connection with the practice of
I Medicine and Surgery, continue to give especial
attention to treatment of diseases of the Ev K and
Ear.
March 6,1859 lOtX
G. W. BAXTER,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
CROCKERY, CHINA AND CLASS WARE,
Table Cutlery, Paper Hangings, Solar Stand and
Hanging Lamps, r luiu Lamps ana r mm,
SILVER PLATED &BRITANIA WARE.
Castors, Spoons, &.C., &c
No. 1 Leavenworth Block, College Street,
BCSUXGTOS, T.
MR, HARRINGTON,
. rKOKESSOR OF
I PENMANSHIP AND STENOGRAPHY.
Post Office address, North Troy, Vt. 21m7
H. IL CARPENTER, M. D.,
HOMOEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX,
DERBY CENTRE, VT.
Office at his residence on East Street. ltf
JOHN II. BRAYNARD,
DEPUTY SHERIFF,
WEST CHARLESTON, VERMONT. 4
H. II. FROST, ,
At'orncy and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor
IN CHANCERY.
COVENTRY, VT.
DR. F. M. PERRY,
SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL
Dentist,
BARTON, VT.
WM. n. RAND,
DEPUTY' SHERIFF,
Irasbcrgh, Yt.
Also, Agent forrmers Mutual Fire Insurance
Company.
N. W. SCOTT,
Agest fob
Fanners' Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Glover, Vt.
STILL ONWARD !
Success Unparallelled!!
I XI. 33 ID s
A tale of the Great Dismal Swamp
BY HARRIET BEECHER STOWE.
2 vols. 12 mo. $1,75.
fERTAIN politicians, interested in the support
V ot the " peculiar institution," have endeav
ored to persuade the public tbat Mrs. Stowe's
work is artistically a failure, and tbat it has pro
duced no profound impression on either side of
the Atlantic.
But the publishers are happy to state that of
the many hundreds of American notices, which
they have received, the vast majority have been
decidedly fovorable. most of them enthusiastic.
And the sale thus far hat exceeded that of any
tccrrk of fiction ever published, the
SIXTY-EIGHTS THOUSAND SET
of two volumes, being now in press.
In England the success bas been even more
wonderful. The press there, with but one or two
exceptions, acknowledge the power and genius of
,Ua ..rW on;! in torn,, fif wtitfli anv livinf.
writer might be proud. And during the twelve
SIXTY TIIOIS.4XD COPIES
were sold. The universal voice of literary men,
now places Mrs. Stowe among the foremost au
thors of the age, and neither partisanship, nor an
austere religions bigotry, can ever deprive her of
the laurels sue nas so nobly earned.
PHILIPS, SAM I'SOX & CO ,
Publishers, Xo. 13, Winter St., Mass.
TTIIJES.--Ca8h paid for hides, by
fi SABGEAXT & CLOUGH.
lrasburgh, Noy. 6.
MUSIC STORE,
L, S. RUST
HAS a complete assortment of Musical Mer
chandise, and all goods pertaining to bis
branch of business. A large assortment of
PIANO FORTES
from the manufactories of Chickering, Woodward
& Brown, and Brown & Allen, whose instruments
are well known to be superior to any others
manufactured in this country.
SEICAPIIIXES & ITIELODEOXS,
manufactured by Prince Ac Co., Buffalo, and Car
hart & Needham, X. Y., of all sizesjmd patterns,
and every instrument warranted.
Double Bass Viols, Violincellos, Tenor Viols,
Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, Saxhorns,
Bugles. Trombones, Accordeons, &c.
Italian, German and English Strings for Viols,
and Guitars, of the best quality. Bows, Finger
Boards, Tail Pieces, Pegs and Bridges, Tuning
Forks. Tunine Hammers. Pitch Tnbes, Clarionet
Reeds, Metrenomes with and without bells, Music
Stands, double refined Bosin, Cases for Flutes,
Blank JInsie Books and Music Paper, tnstruc
tion Books, and Scales for every Instrument.
sheet music.
More than 10,000 pieces now on hand, and all
new pieces of Music received as soon as publish
ed. Glee Books and Church Music Books of ev
ery acscription.
ilx. hi. will sell all articles as low as those of the
same quality can be obtained in any city, and a
liberal discount mode to Teachers and tho.e who
buy to sell again. Grateful for the liberal pat
ronage he has thus far received, he will spare no
effort to Keep a complete assortment of all arti
cles usually kept in a Music Store, and by con
stant personal attention to his business, hopes to
see in Ids new and commodious store, all of bis
old, and many new customers.
Burlington, April 12, 16oS. lS-ly.
rpHE subscriber has on band and for sale a
- largs quantity of exceUnt Heady Made
Viutltui;, S1I1CU nicy ' - "j
in the county. Also, a first rate assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Plain and Fancy Iress
Goods, &c &c, for sale low.
tiEORGK WOBTHINGTOX. Jr. St CO.
Irasburgb, Jan. 4, 1656 ltf
WAGONS! WAGONS!
LOT of good down country Wagon war
L ranted all right, forsate t EA I OS'B.
Barton Landing, July 13, UM.-Hlti.
HEW FIRM!
mm? Ktibw-riber having porrhd the Stock
1 of BAM'L. CHAMBEEUtrf A BON,
and Uased ths shop recently occupied by them,
would inform the public that they bavs now on
hand and will keep constantly a good assortment
of
COO K,PARLOI!A BOX STOVES,
L. rs ., a us.uiij o .
itove I'ips, Tin. Copper, na Japanned Ware,
oodeo Ware, Hollow ware, Pump. Oven Ar
:hes, and Ash Mouth, 4.C, ic ail ot wbaib. will
Stove
W
che.
k A,iit at 1iw r.rksea.
All kind of Job Work in their tins dons
in
workmanlike manner, at reasonable rules.
li. CHAlr5k-iH.I fcCo.
Bsfto Village, May 1st, 1M lm
1 AA t I Vf Good Sprue Khinrt) fnvsal by
1 W,'Arv wALwoRra 4 wzsr.
- ORLEANS COUNTY
MA11BLE WORKS!
rilBE subscribers would inform the citiien of
Jl Orleans CouutT that he bas a shop at WEST
DERBY, where ha keeps constantly on hand
large assortment of
Monumonts,
GRAVE ST OSES, CENTRE TABLE AXD
STASD TOPS, which he will sell at the lowest
cash price, or short approved credit, and deliver
them at the purchaser's residence FREE OF
CHARGE.
DANIEL CHANDLER.
E. S. JOHNSON. Traveling Agent.
Derby, Oct 2, 1M 43:lv
Morgan Stock for Sale.
ONE pair matched colts, four and five years
old:
One Filler, three years old;
One colt, two years old;
One superior ruare. ei;lit yesrs old : warrant
ed in foal from " Flying Morgan" of Burlington.
On ffimd work horse, nine vears Of1.
" The above' stock is now for safe, and WILL BE
SOLD. Credit given if desired. Also, one ex
tra pair of oxen. Persons wishing to purchase
duv obtain great barga'u.s bv making rsrlv ap
plication to SOLOMON STEELE.
Bebee riKius.btansteail.Oct. 23, lsstt 4aa
DAGUERREOTYPES ! !
rHE subscriber would respectfully inform the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Orleans Count v,
that he is talcing Miniatures again at lrasburgh,
where lie may be found readv to wait on them
every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday, until
further notice is given.
Those wishing for Miniatures, can get them for
the moderate sum ot
Ono Xollar,
put op in a neat Morocco Case, and- the picture
will be interior touone taken In country or town
You can also find at this establishment a general
assortment of Fancv Cases and Gold Lockets, all
of wbkh will be sold at prices that cannot fail to
please.
The subscriber would also take this opportuni
ty to tender his thanks for past favors, and most
respectlully solicits a continuance ot them.
a. u. v Htrri-t..
lrasburgh, Oct. 2?, 1S56 43
NEW STOCK
OF RICH FALL GOODS.
J. C. EMERY,
HAS received his new goods for the FALL and
XV1STER trade, comprising a more exten
sive and beautiful assortment, thnn he hns ever
before offered, consisting of CARPETS of teu
tiful COLORS and DESIGX&, in VELVETS,
TAPESTRIES, three PL Y SCPEREl.SESmad
all the lower grades.
IFix x,ntxxio
in unnsual variety and styles. PARLOR SETS
111 DAMASK, rLLSU, and HAIR CLOTH,
MA IIOGA A'FandiM IN TED CHA MB ER suit-,
MARBLE TOP TOILET bVREAHS, and
CENTER TABLES and a verv full stock of
Mahogany and Walnut SOFAS. ROCKING and
PARLOR CHAIRS, CENTER and SIDE TA
BLES, EXTENSION DINING TABLE, and
almost every thing which helps make a well se
lected, and assorted stock of House furuUhing
good.
OVAL and PLAIN, GILT, ROSE WOOD
and MAHOGANY fRAME
LOOKING GLASSES,
PICTURE FRAMES, FEATHERS, MATTBAS
SES SPKING BEDS.
PAPER IIA3GIXGS.
NOw is the time to bnv because they can be
bought cbenp, and because home comfort may be
greatly increased Dy the interior decoration
dwellings, and because " cold winter is comine'
and the bitter blast may be very effectually shut
out by papering the walls of living rooms, thus
saving r LKL,and manv an uncomfortable shiver.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing.
At the Head of State Street,
Montpelier, Vermont. 43rrl.
STATE OF VERMONT,
Ocleass District, as.
A T a Probate Court holden at lrasburgh with-
xjL in and for the County of Orleans, on the
2Sth day of October. A. D."le56. Ij-wi Holmes.
guardian unto AXDliEW J. JEXXESS, an ab
sconding person, lateot lrasburgh, personally ap-
peazeu m saia ounana represeuieu mat tne per
sonal estate of his said waritn insufficient to pay
tne expenses oi maintaining nis said ward tain
ily, and that his said ward is possessed of certain
real estate in Albany, to wit : a part of lot Xo.
168 in said Albany ."Leins; off of the north half of
said lot, supposed to contain one acre together
with the buildings thereon : being the homestead
of said ward. And prays for license and author
ity to sell said real estate for the purpose of ap
plying the proceeds of said sale to the support
and maintenance of his said ward's family.
Therefore, it is ordered by said Court, that
public notice be given to all persous concerned
therein, to appear before said court at a session
thereof, to be heid at said lrasburgh, on the 24th
day of Xovember, I860, that they may be heard
in the matter and show cause why license should
not be granted as aforesaid.
And this order shall be publithed three weeks
successively in tbe Orleans independent Standard,
a newspaper printed at lrasburgh in tins State,
the last of wnich publications shull be before tbe
day assigned for hearing as aforesaid.
uiven under uiy hand at the I rxbate 'Jfllre in
lrasburgh, this ZtiUi day of October, A. I. 1850.
43wa M. (JAUrtMEK, Judge.
STATE OP VEItMO.KT,
Om.KASiS BISTBrCT, ss.
IX Probate Court holden at lrasburgh within i
and lor said District, on the 2ih dny of (X i
toher, A. D. 1866, Solomon Dwinnell. Exeeutorj
of the lat will and testament of JERKK MANS- j
FIELD, late of Barton deceased, and trustee of
the estate of Lucrelia Manslielu widow of said
decedent, presents liisaccountof said trust esUte,
and his administration account for settlement:
Whereupon, it is ordered thut the same be re
ferred to the 19th day of November u-xt, at the
Probate Office in said lrasburgh in aid district,
for examination and allowance; and that all con
cerned be notified hereof, by the publication of
this order in the Orleans Indeendent Standard,
printed at lrasburgh, three weeks successively,
as soon as may 'be, that they may appear, if they
see cause, at said time and place, and object
thereto.
433 51. CARPENTEK, Judge.
Plows.
A N assortment of Tabor and Bartiett Plows
21. just received and for sale bv
t Aueust IP 38 J. II. KF.LI.AM.
Aministrator's Sale.
WM. W. LIl iLE'S ESTATK.
1L'KSl'ANT to an order of Court, will be sold
at public auction on tbe 23d biy of leni
ber nfcxt on tho promises, tlie following valuable
Keal Estate, viz :
About eight or nine acre of land ; and water
privilege near the village in lraburgh ou which
is a bitw Hill, Machif.e Shop, Iron rouiulry.
Blacksmith Siion, Starch Mill frame, (partly ei.-
clotu'l) three Liweiling houses, out Ouildingi,
store house, 4tc. Also, the hqniiy oi riHieaip.
tion of a small bouse and lot, aijuiiiiuj; tli above
described promises ; together with Window
frames, hash, Class, and other article of per
sonal property.
I be hoop contain a naming Mactiioe, iir
cularbaws, Turning Lathe, 1 oiinant Macbiue,
&r. JLc. all in eood ruunins order.
1 be nroperty i .ituatcd wiihiii one-lounn oi a
mile of the Court Ilouae, i easy of access, and !
withiu three or four w! of the Passumpsic I
iUilroad uow In proceu of being exti-nfled ( ana
as a wtioletlie property ia eonsirfered the most
desirable water privilege in Northern Vermont.
The Incumbrance., which has heretofore es
ited to prevent a sale of the property are r.ow
removed, and the estate must be u!d without
reserve.
bile to commence at 10 o'clock A. M I Term
made known at the time and place of sal i th
premises will be shown and information given to
any person dasirou of purchasing at any time,
by application w tne .ut.n rllxr.
.ii. c. MiiiiAi.i,, Aarii.ui.irsior.
lrasburgh, Oct 22, 1S 4i.
xiJirivr QT7-V T i .
ISh II. K. BABNCH, b Uken ruowsia
. MtOB's slo. 1ST A lit I. km
ha a cboice seWi.on of FALL MILLINER
BoonaU, Kibboo, keatiier. hUimmn, ate. AUo,
l(r Tn g an4 l,uit,rKrtry. Mxtimiog
Millinery tm k.d and furnuluxl a stirt nUo.
Bartow Landing, Oct. 21, 44in
TfOT Tb erv bt of thick bou
1 stisiaty kept on bind and W rhtmf Uit
c.h.by SASiifANr It CI.OIGH. ,
IrMDurgh, Kev. 6.
Greatest Cure in the World for Pain!
A. E. SMITH'S
ORIGINAL AND GENUINE " ELECTRIC OIL
FOR KHEl'.HATIS.tl, KEVHALGIA, STIFF JOINTS, AC.
I Jo not propose to cure terry disease, only a certain elites named in my d'u
tions. I will forfeit $100 if the FJertric CM. solj at CORNER WALNUT i
8th STREETS, faiU to cure a ningle case of RhoumatUm or Tains in the la
or Limbs, Piles, Son, or Burns, Fever Sows, I'kcrs, Caked ISirnat, Sore " :
pies, Rronchial Affcrtkni, Swelled Gland, Felon. Stiffness in the Joint Or Net- ;
also. Palpitation.. To remove ail sorcne or swelling in from 5 to 20 minutes, .:
plied to any patieut, tnale or female, in tho Altnshoase or any public rfiHitution i .
the city.
A ("Villi. ly, of my icei.uinej ' F.Itctric Oij" ill so ver..-
Tii ner-msm vn irt nrrr 1 .-ra ireuddeiily relieve the sufleifr from the most vk'
TO DRl GGIblS AND MEKCILi TS OF 1(m, pmt, ygt j( u &cti test.fiud by joe.
I ERMOS T: ),,,! ,! .kkI women, whose mimes are'al m'
For tbe convenience of Dealers and Individuals oftk-e. Not any bave used it without deriving "
of this Mate, I bave appointed Mr. r h KD. E. MOMC M'LXIAL IICLFIT
SMI I II. of Mpew. my "J0.14"" Ap.il.ml withio hourallJ maliv ,re Ul,.y wbol.av. been
hS T - ?? TJrj?r . Ti ft perfectly e.ird ol Rheuuiati.m, Ke..ral?ia. Spinal
my - UE. U.SL lLEClhlC Oil" t eaM uum Cu.n,pl....ts. Croup, Tic Uoloreux,
urge a .11 t , F.l.. Cramp,. I'liia, Sprain. .Sd Bn.iH. Cm.
Mr.Sn.th . snppl.yof myOd .t o..Uttin.ylnJ Wounu, 4w,,w Uwi, and StUT Joints,
mav be able to.is.wcr tbe earl.e. ''""""Jj; H Scr.,flila ,d Er.i,wU.. Sore Nipples and Swell
w.ll also furnish each dU w h Show Car.ls. s.Ht lll,rum and Canker, In tbe mouth
Posters, and H0O Circulars with rt.r imn.e tXdmM.u KrU)ftol ,Ild n .fnd. of Sores,
printed thereon qe t. ( Lead tha ftjliowing llea,lK,,he ,V , Jlhlu.h, in fiv, ,, minies;r
proclamation.) A E. SMITH, 0m,d, Pbibu Chnl.Uiu, r Sote Teilller t wu . lt wiU
9100. PUOCLAMLATIOX. be wen tbat
To the Mayor and Citizens of PhVitihl-
hia and the Union: -
I
1 propose to test my Electric Oil on any cne of
r.beumatism.NeuralK'ia.faralysis A.lbina, Hilts,
Uout, Fever and Ague, Teller, rlon,&welliiis
of all kind. Cranio., UeiUiiew, (and some other
cases that 1 have treated successfully,) and to tor- changeable Khruinatte nnin, is inYpei feetly nnder
foit to any public liutitutKms the mayor niny hHh( bv mankind; whether iti locatimi is the
name 1K. it my Uennine Klectrio Oil docs not mcnibren t eovrrme of the nerve, iiiHsmed by
mrke anellcctual cni-e in each -.ie. derangcineiit, (like tli costing of an inllatned
I)r. J. C. Van Doren, No. 8, Kelt St., Trenton, r..mi:n,) or some disturbance of the electric
X. J-, an old and experienced gentleman, oiiine to ();,! it,.f ,TrtM,n it i. that my Kleetric Oil" Is
my establishment on Sat unlay, and mid, " He
liad never failed in a single case or hheuoittism
with my UiU" lie buys several doien at a tiroft,
and h more than a year past. He sacs " It is
much in u'n the Oilrijh.l." I find I have Ho
trvubU iu curini; up file effectually, and f do not
use iiiiuriousmciJicincs. My pure - Movinc m
is enough. Be careful of the counterftils, vonng
scamps ho ue my certicates to li and daceive
lite people. Only Hepot, mat i. t. corner
Walnut and Eighth street, Philadelphia. All mv
bottles must bave my name in the class. All the
rwes advertised in this paper a veur or to past
were made by my Oil. Come anil see the certifi-
cates of 500 citizens. A K. SMITH, Chemist,
FKIEADS OFIIlJIAm.
To vou (alwavadi.nosed to aid the sutlenng) it
roayappetir incredible, after in vain trying all the
' wonderful' medicines of the day, that one appli-
cation externally and a few drops takeu internal-
FRED. K. SMITH. Drusrsibf. Montpelier, ole Wholesale and Rela"il Aseut,
for Vermont, for Dr. Smith's Genuine
M
ORE of II. M. Fisher's Ax Helves, at
K. W. XYE.
The Reed Instruments,
MAXUFACTl'KED by Messrs. GOODWIN
Sr BALDWIN of New Haven, Conn., are,
without doubt, the 6st now in u. I have uoed
thern for the last four years, and Ond them supe
rior iu ptahty of (one and Unii-n to any nave yei
seen. S. A. KLI.IS,
( Organist at Svutk Church. )
St. '..Whnrv . .lulv. 1866.
For sale by" J. C. BINGHAM, Main t , SI.
Johnebury, Vt. ba
Ambrotypes :
IMPEEISHABLE IMCTtKES OX GLASS.
PIIOTOCilEAPIIS I
And other beautiiul pictures are taken in the
Greatest Perfection
By the man with the
LONG FLOWING BF.AEtf,
At St. Juhnsbflry, Vt 40m0
LIBEHATIO JVOTICE
riHIiJ i. to rtifv tht t hvi f1vn my Mil,
I Charles P. Hont. his time during the remain
derof his minority, and I shall claim none of hl
wsges nor pay anv acuts oi nis uomraciuiit nuei
this date. , .
d n. licsr.
lrasburgh, Oct. 1856 423.
Medicine for the People.
TIMIE subscriber has received the large sort
JL rpTnt of Patent Medicines from the shop 01
trency having been transfer,
'ill hereafter lie kept for sale
red. A full supply v
at mv store.
Sept. 25, 1856 S9
ft. W. XtE.
J JOP SACKING for safe by
B. W. XYE.
Sept. 5, 18D6.
"Inmotopathie Physician and Surgeon,-
, r DERBY. LINE, VT.
w. w. jENSEsa, m r. x. i- saur, m. i.
T HAVE just received lot of Boston Matches,
M whlcu will be solu al wuoiesaie or reian, "
very low rates. Merchants and traders or all
clawes in this County, are respectfully inviu;d toi
send in their orders. All orders promptly attend !
ed to, if accouipunied wilh the casli.
KAM'L b rAXKOItD.
Irasburfch, Oct 10 40tf
Passumpsic R. R. Notice.
St'liSCKIBEKS U Preferred 4t)ck in tbe Con
necticut and Passumpsic Itivers linllrtl, are
herehy notified that an assessment of I'r.N I'KK
CkN I'. bas been laid, payable on tbe I61I1 ol Da
cember next, at either the billowinc. Banks viz.
People's liank. Hank o( Orleans, bank ot Lyn
don, Pauaiio or Dradford Hanks, or at the
Tiensurer's OtTiee, No. 7, Vlerchant's Exchange,
tioston. Per order of the Directors.
N. P. I.OYEUlNtj, Treasurer.
Oct.l,lS5-4'J
Hotchkiss & Jellison,
IiUULINGTON, VT,
1(T CHt'HCII STBKET, JOBBKUS, AND
MJ Kefailer of Foreign end Oomeatie liry
Goods, would resoectftiMy invitu the attenti'in 01
Merchants to their uew .lock of Kail Ooods, which i
they oiler at prices full as low as BnUm,
York, or even I'lnliidclphia lT-jtd Ihem. A stot k
cornirilng :
3- 4 (JnMeachcd Slieeting,
4- 4 M
3-4 u "
8-4 - "
V-4 lUcnelied
S-4 "
4.4
8-4 44
10-4 "
Turkey Ited Ginglitim,
Plain Checks, "
Cheney " "
Scotch, "
Book Fold
I'rinU 3-4 LH 4-4 .
t
"' 'noma HuvWf.
K.-hah,
1'. Allrt,
Jlerriuiatk,
4-4 Fn?mJi,
Alpaca, Coturgt, lrmta, Bmlsi,l
rino., CU'U Cloth", !., jlgii'g. Crt a
very large aMortiueiit. I'opliu. bemge.de Loi
auri 4;hMOilmv.
VASkl K NOlTOX! Goal's, Oils,
-,.!..
Wss thread, -,&:..
6' EN TI. EM EX IP i I'll. V Sill NO 0 001:1.
Ties,
Cravat,
A.I
Collars.
hhifU Siik,
Woolsn,
CiXUM,
Merino.
shi
Alvi fiiad to order y'T gurnle4 tft t,
manufactured t en tit th best kou. I
VosS- Ar y 4r td b pt,p'.,
ltd the pf will b tt tfe lo.e.l aikl
(kpt , !.
1 flo riot Frofess to cure Everything,
but only a certain cl.iss of complaint.! all if
winch .re enruhle oti .lmnle KltcLrin and Cbenw
CRi uriiicinle. throuch th sflinities of mv' Elec-
tric miui lb Xwvo Vital fluid of tbe human
bo.iv.
Tl,5 mr-dii. nneiandi of rvrorn-ssiiiB and ever
reajilv abMirbed ir.lo, if i( does not actually sup-
pir ,U(iciencv in, and equalize the cireulatiou
uf; that ffx principle oflivins; organiuition.
.t.t th skeptical and the humane look into thia
niatier for if these thlnjs nre s"o
. ..." . a l X s- TFItrSTFfi
: , . , T
I will ny case from the ho-pitals to test It
alt. My hiecirio Oil' is peasant and jnnooentt
i"iiHi vu ui n..n, an u,
witnon. Come and see for yonrelves.
X. K. corner Walnut and Ki!ith sts ,Phila.
UJ -None sola liy pedlars. All my homes lisva
m.v name blown In and the new wrappers bearmy
siguature to prevcut imioition on the public.
s - . -
Prices, 115 CtS., 3U CU., and 31, per Bottle.
N. B. The large bottles ten times the cheapest.
It. W. XYK, lrasburgh, a.id one Agent tn every
towu. 41m3
"ELECTRIC OIL," Philirdelphirw :
1856! GOODS. 1856!
GOOD GOODS X
illJH
AXD0 CHEAP TOO! ! I
A well filled Store I cliunced to see,
As I was passing (Joveu-tree ,
I liietf within, nnd took useat,-
To view tliia Stock of Goods complete;
WE II ATE
Slcn'b C6at and Tants of fabric rare,
Cravat and Stocks that'll nmkeyou tare,
Sliirts and Collars, Neckties mid Vests,
Of Kew York btyle the very best!
(lur 3Iolekiu Ilata,- in style most rare
None can excel, and few compare r
lk-aver, Silk, Fur, in sljle tbe best,
That well haf proved to stand tho test.
Men's, lioys, Children,- of varied style,
Tiiat are not surpitssccf in any pile ;
Ladies Hats we have likewise,
Thut till beholders with enrprise.
Carpet Bay, Trunks, nnd neat VaHes,
At fair and Usual market prices ;
Ladies Satchels, Umbrellas neat,
That in this country cunt be beat.
Port-Monnaries, Gloven, rare and nice.
And at a very moderate price.
Why will you roam this world around.
When here the bet of Good ar found ?
WE have been still a lonRtiinej but hsveuow
nurte arrangements to receive New Ooods
weekly throughout the wh-ou, to that wa may
alwnys be advised as to the Invest Market Triers,
and Ute.t fashioim in vnue.
We wuuld tijtrxiat'.i, call the attention of the
fjidies to oirr New Stock of 0ood, which
have selected especially lor Ihem, aioon which
are some entirely new styles of
Sun Shade, Fancy I'ttraols, Fine Linen
Cainhric, Sis Dolled Muslinr,
Plain India MuliiiH, Hiiok, :
Jawitmr, and JSainwok
Mii-lins, Checked,
Corded, and fig
urtd; I'htin
nnd
Checked
Cambric, Ladies
Linen and Cambric
I tdkfs, French, Cambric,
and Munlin Collars, Ice, Mus
lin, an 1 Cambric FAin and Insert- -
in;, Florence, Pearl, l!iuil,Oien, Gosa
iner, and Plain Slraw Bonnet, liib
boii!, 1'lov. ers, Tabs, (astoninh
lnly beautiful,) Gloves,
and Hosiery, Dre
Trlmminq;,PrintSi
IK-Cage-,
Berago
Di luinc, Iie
' raeis, Ln-fi ns, Fccncli
Mueliue, lllitck, Fatwy, 3c
! BixMradtf Drews Silks, Silk,
I Cinp ami CVhinere Shawls, Heavy
jCoitori, L'lilleadicd and Bleached Fintt.
! iti:.tiv n.uK ci.otiii.
i To buy their Clothing now U th tiuio,
i But whure'ji the jilu to buy it ? - '
i I'm told it is at Walworth tc Wests
Jl think I'll p" and try it.
Our neighbor don't bgin to guess wlMt r
' d"in In Ihnline. II its, Cup',
I GENTS FUEJSHLKO OOODS
Ithmoglwui. IjhV. Kid nd Cloth G'itr, n
Manny l.ind U-iots.
W. I. OOODS & GK0CKUIE3,
! Flotir. 8l. nd K..I-. Pl. O ' 'd Stnff.
CrK-kry, t.iiu.and lirdssre, Tin Ware, btwv
'ad bU I'if-
wM. iviri;is.
Vl . ,.11 MriujtiUr a'loth-n to our st'K k of
rrefi.-h .laitn l'r Ilng(iif4(
..IO(.IJ. Mitl. Wood riirk, i.d
Velv
Cornices.
t'juiii if 1 lijfurvd Curuiin, epraMilg the lr.
((t ud bet vnety ever o(l r4 in Nfr-liMn
Vrunl. I lintm lhmg u, urcorai witr n
iih ritli Mb!ih.. iiiit v and cheaiily, can
' vi by calling on u, a can pk "ry fancy
anJ suit Xhi tixml rconomutl stxi imuuious.
j Vi tB'trr our lha.k. to our friinU and P'"
lmt U-T lUr.tr liberal paironug hretd;re.
Uiil tumeuiljer yuO vr. aineiv, na i.uVVi
nil on yl al anv time, hethf to U.e mmin
a scent or abaodr.d ..BTrf fc ,
Cvytitrf. JmI, leiS. tf
I a sril l.h d Own Moutti. tonain
Mtng j f armers )!., Cham furnp. 1T "'
Kw i Cw)!wf Kun,f- Ud Pip. !" Fwr.'. '',
ftid,1i-.t,r II t HAMfl ktlS & to.
. fc.iton, JuW, i'l il
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