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Mangled by a Dog.
The family of David Bailey, of Ossian, Kew Tork, had gone away irom nome, and ha'l spoken to a daughter of Mr. Samuel Mitchell, about 16 years old, to hare her milk their cows- , Mr. Bailey kept a large dog, that was supposed to be familiar with Miss Mitchell. She had fed him, and wishing to use the pail from which he had eaten, approached him and took hold of it. The dog began to growl, and ehe told him to stop his noise, when he instantly sprang at her throat. She put out her hand to ward him off, when he seized her arm, taking out a piece of flesh and tearing off her sleeve. He then seized ber other arm, all the while trying to get at her throat, and managed to get her down. But she succeeded in regaining her feet, and had the presence of mind to work her way towards the house, the dog all the while mangling her in a horrible manner. As she reared the door the dog seized her by the jaw, driving bis teeth to the bone. Sh'e at length got in, and with her feet succeed ed in partly closing the door, the brute till hanging to her with devlish ferocity, only losing his hold when the door was shut upon him and flesh gave way ! The poor girl sunk to the floor from exhaus tion, covered with blood, and with nearly all her clothing torn off. Her face and limbs were completely mangled, she hav ing received near one hundred and thirty wounds on her person ! Mrs. Bailey being a half mile' or more distant, had her attention called by her children, to the fond snarling of the dog, and hastened home to find him covered with blood, ly ing at the door upon the remnants of Miss M.'s clothes. On attempting to tie hini up, Mrs. B. received one or two se vere wounds, but finally succeeded, and .1. .. i ...1 1 . v,nt Tt.A lady is .still living, but in a dangerous condition. The Northern Democracy from a 80cthees poixt of vlew. cool. The Charleston Stanford of the 28th ult, speaking of the Northern Domocrats, eays: , Their only safeguard, they find, is to ay that slavery is right, and for that rea son it ought to be extended as far as it will naturally go. We are glad of this. We felt from the first that it was the only safe position for those North or South to tartd on ; and we have known that we I 1' 1 3 ' - i ' 1 - t , nave none no disservice to me uemocrais at the North by backing them up, in sea son and out of season, to that stand. The reaction is becoming so strong in public opinion all over the country, that tcc would not be surprised to find the pro-slavery party transcend the limits of the institution, and control the councils of Stales where there are no slaves- If the ,1..-.. . A ,.... J T 1 itivt; i tiuc ncic i i;o.rcocj., x. cuu?j ivuilic. would be with the South in less than ten years, and . we are not certain that she may not yet assist ia reopening it." Veumont Stock Abroad. At the .first Agricultural Fair held at St. Louis, Missouri, last month, Vermont made a good show of stock. A. L. Bingham alone received sis premiums and one medal for superior Spanish and French Merino Saxons. A Black Hawk Mor gan,.!; named " Silver Heels, and raised in Addison county, beat the u St. Law rence," the fastest horse in the West, and took the $150 prize. Nine of the ten judges conceded that for beauty, peed and bottom, they never saw a horse compare with the son of old Black Hawk. The owner refused $5000 which was of fered for him during the Fair. Daring Burglary. Daring Satur day night and Sunday, the building occu pied by the Quebec Agency of the Mon treal Cjty Bank was entered by burglars, aad the safe robbed of nearly 900. The rogues removed eight feet of solid mason ry, besides other obstructions, in order to gain access to the safe, which was iron on every side. A brick floor between the inner and outer doors of the safe, they dug away, not being able to force the outer door. Tbey then wrenched off the padlock of the inner door, and secured their prize. Thousands of pounds in specie and vaulable papers deposited ia the same vault they overlooked. ; Veemont Slate, Of the quarry re cently opened at NorthSeld, the Messen ger says " The quarry now presents 50 feet front of pure slate rock which has improved in quality with every foot of progress horizontally into the hilL The ledge has been worked in earnest only about six months, and during the month of October, 380 days' work produced; over S O squares' of the nicest roofing late, worth, at the quarry, about $3,75 per 'square making more than one square' per day to each laborer." Pocket Picked A lady from Cas . tleton, while waiting for the Cars at the depot at Bennington on the 15th, had her pocket picked of her portmonnaie con taining $15. C3" Some one says that the London Tiraes is valued at $3,740,000. Its cult f editor has a salary of $25,000 a ?r,Md iu Paris correspondent $10,- 000. . President Buchanan's Marriage. The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot communicates the fol lowing gossip respecting the President elect. We give very little credence to the rumor of Mr. Buchanan's prospective marriage with Mrs. Polk, though, so far as he is concerned, the alliance would be equally auspicious to his domestic happiness and his political fame. It is well understood that the late President Polk, who was an indefatagable writer, left a diary of his administration, con taining some very querulous observations on the conduct of Mr. Buchanan, then his Secretary of State. This record it was the ambition of his life to have pub lished after his death. On this, he de sired the reputation of himself and his administration to rest, and no doubt he left instructions for its publication. Mrs. Polk's marriage to Mr. Buchanan, therefore, in such a case, might involve a conflict of duties. As the widow of Mr. Polk, she must feel bound to publish, as the wife of Mr. Buchanan, to suppress, these damaging revelations. Altogether, the question is a complicated one, and demands the next President's most de liberate consideration. Sixty-five 3'ears of preparation ought not to result in a misstep. But here is the Baltimore Pat riot's story : "The gossip concerning Mr. Buchan an's alliance with the widow of a deceas ed President, the accomplished Mrs. Polk, grows stronger, and actually be gins to partake of a probability. In lady circles, it was hinted that his equally accomplished niece is opposed to the un ion, and wants to preside over the White House herself, and do all the honors thereof. She acted in that capacity for him while in London, and of course thinks lierself equal to it here ; she is right. If the alliance does take place, it will be the first instance in American history of a President elect marrying." Deoll Amusement. The ladies of New Zealand, according to an English Missionary, have a way of their own to divert themselves : " The chief amusement of the people was, and still is, tangi, or crying. The ladies pride themselves on their doing this in the most affecting way, so that a stranger would be deceived, and net think it possible that it could be a mere mockery of wo, and yet it U nothing more ; tears are shed in abundance and the handsare wrung, as if suffering the most poina grief, whilst the most heart-rendins cries excite the sympathy of the company.- The ladies have their beads adorned with fillets of leaves, of dog's hair, and so much joy do . they experience in this exciting amusement, that they look for ward to good crying with the same desire a young lady in England does to a dance or ball. J. he English Clergy. The last number of the English Ecclesiastical Gazette, contains thirty advertisements of places for curates. Out of this num ber, only one offers 100 a year. There is one at 90, one or two at 80, and the rest rapidly fall from 70 down to 26, with a small furnished house, where the rector is non-resident. One is unique, It effers 50, with the use of the rectory house the curate to buy the rector's fur niture at a valuation of $3G0 ! Another gives S70 in a parish of nearly 6,000, where there is a daily service. i AST Trotting. The ' Missisquoi Beller" owned by Mr. A. N. Stevens, of J3y, trotted on time, a mile in 2.50 on the race course in this town one day last week. We call this fast trotting when we bear in mind that the track is in a miserable condition, and hardly fitted to show off the real speed of a horse. The " Missisquoi Belle" we understand, is for sale, and the purchaser, whoever he may be, -will find her not only a fast but a valuable beast. St. Albans Messenger. X ROM Kansas. Chicago, Nov. 27, We have Leavenworth dates to Friday last. The great land sales were progressing without disturbance Judge Lecompte had issued a process against Gov. Geary, for contempt of court. IU A OTEAMER. W Tori;, Nov. 27. The steamer Isaac P, Smith, on her passage up the Hudson yesterday afternoon, struck a sunken mast, and commenced leaking so fast that she had to be run ashore at Spuyten Duyvel to prevent her sinking. The passengers were all taken offin safety. CiT As a party of four persons were card playing last Sunday morning at Circleville, Ohio, a dispute arose between Thomas Moore and another man, when Moore caught up a corn cutter and lit erally cut his opponent to pieces. Moore was arrested. Ecssiak Lotaltt. An enthusiastic- admirer of the Czar was repeatedly say ing to stranger, the Czar is great." yes," was the reply, But God h great er." "Ah r exclamed the Russian, "but tb Clar is toub j yet." V C3 A severe gale of wind was exper ienced at Lafayette, Indiana on the 23d inst., which blew down a bridge, tore off roofs, upset steeples and overthrew a large quantity of timber in the woods in the vicinity. Death from Htdrofhobia On Monday of last week, Henry Erotzinan, died at Lehigh Uap, Pa., from the eflecu of hydrophobia. He was bitten about six weeis previous by a dog, as were also several head of cattle and a horse. Medical aid was summoned at the time, and a supposed cure effected. A few wecis later the horse died from hydrophobia, and the young man assisted in si-Inning him. Bv some means he in.licted a wound on one of his fingers during the operation through which the virulent blood of the horse commingled with his own and he was repoisoned, and the terrible symptoms soon after manifested themselves. Medical aid was again called in, but nothing could save the unfortunate young man. Receipts for the Standard, FOR THE WEEK ESD1SG PEC. 4. G. F. Belknap, Coventry, $1,25 Berry, " l,2o K. M. Kimball, Barton, 1,25 Emory Stewart, Derby, 1,25 Wm. Fuller, Irasburgh, 1,00 Elijah F. Willey, Irasburgh, 1,25 Wm." K. Clement, Morrisville, 1,25 MARRIED. In Brownington, on the 27th 'ult.. by the Rev, A. L. Twilight, Mr. Daniel Going and Miss Amanda Rice, all of Brownington, In Glover, on the 30th ult., by Rev. George Severance, Mr. II. S. Chapman and Miss Achsa T. Dwinnell, all of Glover. DIED. In Albany, on the 10th ult., Chakles C., son of James and Nancy Rogers, aged 3 years. "I DIGEST!" Seen is tub. tkce x easing of the word "PEPSIN," or of the two Greek words from which it ii derived. This is the significant and appropriate title of ths TBUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, or GASTRIC JUICE, prepared by Dr. J S. HOUGHTON, of Philadelphia, from the fourth Stomach of the Ox, for the care of Indigestion and Dyspepsia. It is Nature's own remedy for an unhealthy Stomach. Xo art of man can equal its curative powers. It renders GOOD EAT IX G perfectly consistent with HEALTH. See Advertisement in another column. CLARKE'S FEMALE FILLS. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. I repared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarke, SI. D., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen, This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all those painful and dangerous disorders to which the female constitution is subject. It mod erates nil excess and removes all obstructions and a speedy cure may be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIES, n is jecu iiariy suuea. it wiii, in a snort time bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Gov ernment stamp of Great Britain, to prevent coun terfeits. CAVTI0X- These rills should not be taken by females that are pregnant, during Ctejir$t time movtit, as they are sure to bring on miscarriage ; but 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.. Rochester, N. T. TL1TLE Si HOSES, Auburn, N. Y. Genera Agents. N. B. 51,00 and 6 postage ttamps enclosed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottle of the Pills by return mail. For sale by FRED. E SMITH, Montpelierl V.'holesale Agent for Vermont; R. W. XYE, Iras1 burg, and by one druggist in every town. 41 To those who are about purchasing any kind of goods advertised by J. C. Emery in an other column, uncommon inducements are cCered because he has a larger stock than can be found at anv otheT establishment in the State. He be ing a practical manufacturer of Furniture, his goods in this department can be relied upon, as he wili have cone buc the best qwilily. And in the departments of Carpeting and Hanging or Room Paper, with all their accompaniments, his stock stands unrivaled. Coming from the manu factnrers, the neirrst and best styles may always be louua at his store, and at reasonable rates. TO XEKVOHS SIFFEBEHS 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 51. DAONALL,Xo.J9 Fulton st Brooklyn, N. Y. MARGARET MILLER'S ESTATE. STATE OF VEKMO.W, OBLEAKS DISTIirC'T, ES. AT a Probate Court, holden nt Probate Office in Irasburgh within and for said District, on the 3d dav of December, A D. 1856: AN INSTRUMENT, purpnuire to he the last Will and Testament of MARGARET MILLER, late of Greensboro', in said District, deceased. was presented to the court here for Probate, by Peter Buchannan, the executor therein named. Therefore, it is ordered by said Court, that public notice be given to all persons concerned therein, to appear before said Court, at a session thereof, to be held at Irasburgh, on the 14th dav of January, A. D. J568, and contest the Probate of said Will ; and it is further ordered, that this order be published three weeks successively In the Orleans Independent Standard, a news paper printed at Irasburgh, in the State, the last of which shall be previous to the day assigned, as aforesaid for henrine. Given undur m Imnrt .t the Probate Office, at Iraburgh, this 3d day of December, A. V). 1856. 43 MARSHAL CAEPEXTER, Judge JOIIX C. BADGER'S ESTATE. STATE OF VEB.HOST, Obleaks District, ss. i Ti Probate Court held at Irasburgh in said V District on the 2d day of December. A. D 156 WHEREAS, EBEXF.ZEB T. CON ANT, Exe cutor of the Inst Will and Testament of John C. Badger, late of Greensboro', in said district, de ceased, proposes to render an account of hi. ministration, and to present his account ajrainst said estate for examination and allowance for the pupose of maims partition and distribution of the resiaue ot saia estate, under a decree of said court, among the persons who are bylaw entitled to the same: It is therefore ordered bv said court that the same come under consideration and be heard at the Probate;OSice in Irasburgh. on the S6th dsv ot uecemuer, A. u. 166. Aud it is furthernp. dered, that all persons interested be nntiflnt hereof by publication ot a copy of the record of tins order in the Orleans Independent Standard, prmiearai irasourgn, turee weesrs eticeeaaively previous to said time of hearing, that tbey may appear and contest the allowance of said account, if they see cause: and also bt heard by said coon id we muicr H paruuon aa auttribuuoo of said estate. Br Hie Court. M. CABPEKTEB, J.dj Greatest Cure in the A. E. SMITH S ORIGIN ALAND GENUINE " ELECTRIC OIL." rOK lUIEL'MATISM, r,lKALGI i, STIFF JOISTS, AC. I do not propose to cure tverv disease, .. .v. . ... . tions. 1 Will torletl ilW it the Electric 8th STRLKIS, tails tq cure a single case or Limbs, Tiles, Sores, or Burns, Fever ples, Bronchial Attections, bweiled (jlanus, also, Palpitation. To remove all soreftVss plied to any patient, male or female, in the the city. A CARD. TO DRUGGISTS AXD MERCSAXTS 0fu,'t,'e"'J' relieve the sutlerer from the most vk. j iTtMVT. lent paiiiij yet it is a tact, as testified by jww! J ' J14 For the convenience ot ueaiers ana inaividunis of this State, 1 have appointed Jlr. FBKD. E. SMITH, of Montpelier, my wholesale Agent, and he will he at all times supplied with all sizes of mv " CE.WJXE iLECTUJC OIL." I would urire upon all ueaters in .Aieuicme to orner irom Mr. Smith a supply of my Oil at once, tloit tbey nv be able to answer the earliest demands. He will also furnish each dealer with Show Cards, Posters, and 1000. Circular, with their name printed thereon as agent. (Read the following proclamation.) -A. E. SMITH, Oitmisl, Phila. 1 SIOO. PROCLAMATION. To the Mayor and Citizens of Philadcl- plaaaild the Lnwn:- ' bnt only a certain class of complaint" ; all of , . . . .., . . ., .which are carable on simple Electric ami Clirm I propose to test mv Electric Oil on anv case of :.,i ..,.:..!. ,.. r . Rheumatism. Neuralfiia, Puralvsis, Asthma, f iles, Gout, Fever and Ague, Tet'er, Felon", Swellings of all kinds. Cramps Deafness, (and some other cases that I have treated successfully.) and to for- "'" l" ""J ,v . " : ' - name 5100, it mv Genntne Klcctnc Oil uoes uot tnrke an effectual enre in each -ase. Dr. J. C. Van Doren, No. 3, Fll st., Trer.ton, X. J., an old and experier.ctfd gentleman, came to my establLshment 00 Saturday, and .said, " He rrild,iv absorbed ir.tojf it doesnot'nctuHiiv mp had never failed in a single case ot liheumatim ,.i ; -.i ...,i,,. ,. ;,,:!.,.;.; with mv Oi'." He buvs several dozen nt a time, and has more than a year pat. He savs it is much m using the Oil riyht." I find I have no trouble mcurinsnn Piles effectually, and I do not use inurious medicines. Sly pure-i lactne U,l" is enouch. Be careful of the counterfeit", vonntr scamps who use my certicates to sell and deceive the people. Only one Depot, tliat is A. corner Wa'nut and Eighth street, Philadelphia. All my bottles must have my name in the glass. All the cures advertised in this paper a year or two pst were made by my Oil. Come and see the certin- cates of 500 citizens. A E. SMITH, Chemist, FKIESOS OF HUMANITY. To vou (alwavs disposed to aid the suffering) it may appear incredible, nfter in vain trying all the 'wonderful' medicines of the day, that one appli- cation externally and n few drops taken internal-town. FRED. E. SMITH, Druggist, Montpelier, sole Wholesale and ttetail Ajrent. for Vermont, for Dr. Smith's Genuine " Knowledge is Power! Wiser the Head, Purer the Heart! THE subscriber would take this method to in form his old customers, friends, and the pub lic general-, tnatjie cas once more returue.l irom the city markets-ith the largest Btock of books and stationery which he has ever had, and is prepared to tell them at the very XjowcBt Prices. Among his assortment may be found as usual most of the standard Histories and Poets, aud most of the new publications of the dav, such as the Conquest of Kansas; the History o'f the Mor mons; Salt Water Bubbles; Tales of the Ocean: The Hills of Shatemuc; Book of Good Exam ples; lhe Morning Star, or Symbols of Christ; Pioneers of the West; Young"Ladv's Guide to Perfect Gentility; What a Woman can Ho, What a .uouiercan fcndnre: Airs. Stowe's new work "Dred;" the Curse Entailed: several of T. S. Arthur's new works, (very cheap) A Good Time Coming; Headley's Sacred Plains; Death Bed Scenes; the Hichcs of Grace: the Chain of S. cred Wonders; Dr. Cummings' complete works, ( 16 vols, very cheap). A few more of Beach's Ameridan Family Physician, (all I could get) Hay ward's I'nited States Gazeteer, ( price reduced to 42,00) Dick's Worts complete: Pierce aud Burn's Kotes and Commentaries of all iinds. Ihese are a few among the many, together with a large lot 01 RELIGIOUS, HISTOIUCAL, Biographical, School, Medical, Gift, Blanfc and Children's Books too numerous to mention, at pri ces which are warranted to give entire satisfac tion. BZBLiSS of almost every description from 25 cts. to $12 Sears' celebrated. Pictorial SIX dollar Bible lor 85.000 and the Philadelphia and New Yori Quar to Family Bibles at a still greater reduction Irom tee puuiisiiers city prices. Scliool IJoolcs as nsual, of every kind at prices which will posi tively defy all competition. He would call uar ticular attention to his assortment of Stationery, which is now complete, and which has been selected with great care, and with direct reference to the wants of his customers. erribrioMrnr nlnin and fancy note and letter paper from 5 to 25 cents perquire. envelopes Irom 25 cts. per pat to 6 cents each, and every thing connected with the stationery-line at prices cot responding with the above. Thanfcful lor former favors, he hopes that by an upright course of dealing and a carelul exclusion of all worfes of doubtful tendency, to muni aud receive a good share ot public patronage. " CI1ESTEK BROWN. Craftsbury, Kov. 20, 1S5G 2;f K. B. Any worl which may be wanted by any of his customeMfhnt he does not happen to have on hand, he will be happy to procure for them, which bis arrangements with the publishers will enable him to do at short notice, and at the low est prices. Ciiesteb BlUJWS. A NEW E0OK. A TALE OF THE SOUTH! pOUX'DED on Facts, and entitled "The Curse V Entailed," by Jlrs. 11. H. Bigelow, a sister f eisnop lianuine ol the Methodist Church. She says iu her preface " that corscientiously believes the book was written under the same pressure that Sr. Paul felt when he exclaimed " for neces sity is laid upon me : yea, woe Is me if I preach not the gospel !" Feeling that God demanded it. and humanity required it, she has simply done ner autv ! ana or which the Boston Liberator says, " It is the greatest work yet published from -uncle lorn" to " Dred," and a book which everybody ought to read. Oh, ye ministers read it and see your responsibility ! Oh, ye pro-slavery church members, read ft and tremble ! Oh, ye office holders and office seekers, rend it and blush1 Oh, ye mothers with your dnrliug babes in your arms, read it and think that they may be kidtiapp?d and torn from your embrace and soid into perpetual bondage, and then you will see our nation's guilt! Oh, ye children and youth rea'i it. and learn to hate shivery with a nerfect hatred Oh, everybody read it, for it is designed to cause! r a great sensation! one large 12 ino price 1,45 11 for sale bv CHESTER BliOWX CrafUbury, Nov. V), 65649tf , 3I0RGAX IIOI.SIS. V PREMIUM ESSAY on the origin, history, and characteristics of thisremariable Amer iaan Breed of Horses. Trncinr the nediirtiee from the f-npnat Justin Morgan tl,rc!iKh the rno-t noted of bis progeny, dowu to the present time. With Numerous Portraits. To which are added Hints for breedine, breai:np, and general Use and Management of Horses, with Practical Directions 'or training them for exhibi tion at Agricultural Fairs. BV I. C. LISLEV, MiuwjcBtBT, Vr. CM. SAXTON CO., , New York, AgrlBook Publieliers, 140 Fulton it. Price $1, sent free of Postage. NOTICE. 'PHIS may certifv that I tiav sjivenroy adopted A. son. Madison Biact, bis time dnritiff t!. re. STling. tTB SriSriS 'TiMedicine for the People. tracting after this date. ALMI8A BLACK. rwUZ subscriber b. receded tl. Isrgs Coventry, Kor. i, 18M w i inent of I'Kteot JIciIic.kw fia,n tntixpf HIDESe C"h paid fo, i,; b 6AKGEAKT fr CLOUGH. Irasborgfe, Kitt t. World for Pain! only a certain class named in mr direc- .. ... ! Vtl, sold at tUlOtU A LN UT & of ivheumatisra or rains in the Back Sores, Ulcers, Caked Bwast, Sore Nip t elon. stillness in the Joints or .et-k ; or swelling in fitim 5 to 20 minutes, if Almshouse or any public institution in !j, of rry (genuine) " Electric Oil," will to rrry men and gKKi women, whose names are at my ' office. Not anv have ud it without deriviiic Knr &sr il nrrriT . , Srfil"li , , , . Wl!llln , honr.aud many are tliev wl olmve been perlecily cored ! Ith-nmatism, Neuralgia, Spinal ,, , ,;.'i 7" , ' ' "1"!: (-'-niIS lies, hpniius and l.ruiso.. Cuu . r , i- , """"""'' r.rj .ipcins, c. .M,.p,e aim owe.i. t"E"5'' " '"'emu iu v.inhers in me moiuu "f. s"?cU' ;i','on "d d kmi of Sores. , , :" ",0 'r ii iiiumio: b. seen that I do not Profess to cure Everything, 1 m . -.VV. v 1 . r i, I ijv. ' . t i, no,.,i: f i i., dmngenble Rheumatic pain, is fmpei'f.rtlv under- stood uv mankind: whether its location i Ihc m.,i.r".,. Mrm.rii.. i,,fl..,.,i i,. Hmnwnioni. ilikn n,. mii,,. . !,,.l..,'.i e,,.m!11 h , ,i;i,-, .1 .'..,: a, ,J,f H,in t U tl,u i ,,f ,., ,.. ,:.;;, ,i r,7; ..,,.;..,.; Let tlie ikfyt;ctk ,nrt t!)e humnue lo.,k into this raatteribr jf these things ave so w, .-.-,w.."..w.w " .Himn il.s. a -. I w ill take anv case from the hospitals to test it all. Sly ' Electric Oil' is pleasant and Innocent : 110 danger 01 coi j or re-action, as all will bear me witness. Come and see for yourselves, N. E. corner Walnut and Eighth sts , Philn. tt? None sold by pedlars. All my bottles have my name blown iu and the new wrappers hear my signature to prevent impo'itioti on the public. A. E. SMITH, Chemist. Prices, 25 Cts., 50 Cts., and $1, per Eottle. N. B. The large bottlesten times thecheapest 11. Vf. X YE, Irasburgh, and one Agent in every 41m3 ELECTRIC OIL," Philadelphia. 1858! GOODS. 1856! GOOD OOODS ! A1'I SO CHEAP TOO!'.! A .well filled Store I chanced to see, As I was passing Coven-tree, I hied within, anjl took a scat. To view this Stock of Goods complete. WE HAVE Men's Coats and Pants of fabric rare, Cravatts and Stocks that'll makej-ou stare, Shirts and Collars, Neckties and Vests, Of New York sfjle lite very best! Our Moleskin Hats, in style most rare, None cun excel, and few compare ; Beaver, Silk, Fur, in style the best, That well have proved to stand the test. Men's, Boys, Childrens, of varied stvle, That are not surpassed in any pile ; Ladies Hats we have likewise, That fill beholders with surprise. Carpet Bags, Trunks, and neat Valises, At fair and usual market prices ; Ladies Satchels, Umbrella? neat, That in this country can't be beat. Port-Ionnaries, Gloves, rare and nice. And at a very moderate price. Why will you roam this world around, When here the best of Goods are found? VfK have been still a longtime, but have now f made arrangements to receive New Uoo ls weekly throughout the season, so that we may always be advised as to thelosest Yurket Prices, and latest fashions iu vogue. We would erpeciitUy cull the attention of the i,9nes to our ivew tock ot tiootls, winch we lluve selected especially for them, anion;; hich arB BO,IU: emireiy new s.yies 01 Sun Shades, Fancy Parasols, Fine Linen Catnbnc, hwiss Dotted Muslins, Plain India Mulins, Book, Jaconet, and .Nainsook Musiins, Cheeked, Corded, and fig ured; Plain and Checked Cambric, Ladies' Linen and Cambric Hdkfs, French, Cambric, and Muslin Collar?, Lace, Mus lin, and Cambric Ede and Insert ing, Florence, Pearl, Braid, Open, Gossa mer, and Plain Straw Bound, Rib bons, Flowers, Tabs, (astonib ingly beautiful,) Gloves, and Hosiery, lire;- TrimmingSjPrints, DeBages, Bera't ' Delaine, He rages, Lawns, French Muslins, Black, Fancy, Sc. Brocade Dress Silks, Silk, Crape and Cashmere Shawls, Heavy Cottons, Unbleached and Bleached Fine. HEADY IIiOi: CXOTEIIXC.. To buy their Clothing now is lhe time, But where' the place to buy it ? I'm told it is at Walworth Sc. Weati fi.;i- T'll n,t :. U,lnlC 1 11 " aml tr U wtir neinoors uou i oepin to guess wast we are doing iu this line. Hats, Cap, GESTS FURISniNQ GOODS throughout. Ladies Kid aud Clotu (jailers, and Jenny Ltud Boots. W. I. GOODS & GROCERIES, Flonr, Salf.snd Kails, Psint, 0 ' and Dve Stitfl Crockerv, fJiass and Hardware,! in Ware, fcwee. ana htove ripe. WALL. I'AI'CHS. We call particular attention to our stock f French and American Paper Hangings. Velvet andtiold. Marble, Wood Work, and Cnniw-ee. Flain and Figured Curtains, comprising the lar gest ai.d best variety ever oi-re.l iu XuHiem V'ernwmt. 1 hose wi-hltig to .i ornte ther Wall with rich Hanging., neatly and i beap'y, can do so by calling on u, as we cn please e:ry faiwv and suit the inft economical and flilu,u We lender our thanks to our friends and pt rons for their liberal pntrorwge beretofi,re. W still remember you very kinnl v, shall be b.ppr U, .m y.m 9i nT lime, wneiiter io uie aaiounl of cent or a huiidred dollars VALHORTif Sc. TV EST, Coventry, June , It'A tf !;. C. Kel'inffl the Arncy bavmg beo trn(r. A A H,ll ImmiSm La L ... MU 1 a. t fseyt. , 16l-J B. W. KTC MUSIC STORE. X3XJX1 T .TTSTCq?C3r. L. & KUST nAS Cesnptfte ortment cf Musical Mer chandise, and all goods pertaining to his branch 1 1 business. A Luge assoiitnetiicf I'USO FUftTKS ,he wan,1'r;,trfwi l? Cockering, Woodivard & ISromrn. and Brown & Allen. wh instruments are well known to bo superior to anv other nvsniiinctiirtd in Hits country. SLUAIMII.M.S & TiELonr.oxs matnifnrtured by lrii'C4& Co , BurTutn, and Onr Imrt & Kpnthnm", N. V., nf all ' and pattern, and every iiiktmment warranted. Double Bum Vk!. Vio!iitct?'.ls. Teior Viol. Violin, UmtMrs, Hut', fl:rioi-tj, $x!ioru, j Uii;V Trombone", AiT'r.!en, itaunn, Oermsn and ruetih Mnnr' fur ifi!. "i"' iu.tnr, of tl.o bet quality. bo, r ilivr Biiords, Tml I'teco", IVg ani" Bruises, 1 niim 1 uninc Hammer. Ptica ThIh-.. i'lnrnn.-t Bejils, Mctivnomes ;;h and without tnils. Music Stands, double rrtWd !.in, Ce for Flute, Blank .Mu.ic Bottka aud liuiu P:r. Iuiriu lion Book, and Scales for everv Instrument. SHEET ?I ISIC. More than 10,000 niece now on hand. n.I nil new piece of Music received as o.n as puthli- k-e Unoksmid Church Jlu-ic Hooks ofcv- erv otihrnptinn. Jlr. K. will sell nil article nstow as Uwe of tUe sntrw tjualil v can 1 ubtaineil in ur.y city, and a noerni ni'comii maueio learners m ti. I tlnk-e lio buy to se',1 ai?im. viixii ful for the liiral ptt mnnca be has tint far received, lie will spare no elfort to keep n complete aortrrC!.t of all arti cles usually Kei t in a Jluic s;in. ar.d by i nn stant persoiml attemion to his bifhicss, hoe to see in his uevr and cointiimlMius :o. c, nil of his old. and many new cuMoHirr. Burlmston", April 12, 1K18. 16-1r. Kev s ! (Tcii OF RICH FALL HOODS. eT. C. EMKRY, HAS recfive.l hi new poiKl lor the j-'ALL and U'lX'JLR lrad, comprisin); a tiior.r vx'en sive and leautiliil a-soitiii-nt, t!i:m be has ever before ofli re.l, couiNtirp of CA I: PETS of iiemi Mful CO.0.Snud DI.SIG.X3. in VH.VETS. TAPt.STMLS, three VL 1' Sl VLRElSt.St.nA ail the lower grades. in unusual vnriftv an. I tvles. ' KRl.OH SETS in 1A MASK, PLl'SII, and llAlti tl.Ultl, AfA lOr.AXr and PAl.XTH) CIIA MUt-.K uit-, MAHHI.E TOP TQII.ET ULlUAtS, and Cl XTktl TAHLES and a vi v lull (h k vt Mahogany and Walnut SOFAS. ROCK IXC and PARLOR CilAJHS, Vt.XTEH and S1DETA fiLlS, EX TEX SJ OX i'XlXO TAULK. and almost every thing which helps make a well se lected, ai.d assorted stock of Uoua Uirui.-l.nij' iJ'KMls. UlMZnid FLA IX, GILT, ROSE WOOD and MAUOGAXT tRAME I.OOKIM. GLASsrS, P!CTl"KK FKAJIKS. FKATHKKS, HArTBAS SKS SPUING btiba. I'Al'ESt 1IAXGI.S. NOW is the time to buy b"citue tiiev can be bought cheap, and because home ciiifori may be preatiy increased by the interior decoratisn dwellings, and because "cold winter is comini!" and tins bitter blast may be very effectually shut out by papering the wu!U of bvini ro inil, thus saving Fl'tl., aud many nn unrnnifurtable shiver. Cu.land examine my tock before purchasing. At the Head of State Sireet, Montpelier, Vermont. 43yrl. Aministrator'3 Sale. W II. W. LITTLE'S ESTATE. 1)Ui:SL'ANT to anorder of Court, will he sold nt public auction on the 23d day of Decem ber nsxt on the promises, the following valuable Ileal Estate, vix : About eight or nine acres of land j and water privilege near the viyiie in Irnsburgh j on which is a Saw Mill, .Machine Mmp, lion Foundry, Blacksmith Mlop, Starch Mill lriune,(partly en closed) three Dwe'ling hones, out building, Store liouses, &c. AUo, the Equity of redump tion of a small house and M, adjoining the above described -promises ; together with' Window frames, Saj.h, Gloss, and other articles of per sonal property. The Shops contain a Plaining Machine, Cir cular Saws, Turning Lathe, I eniiaiit Jlachme, JLc. .Vc.,all in good running order. The property is situated within one-fourth of a mile of lhe Court IIoue, is easv of arce-s, mid within three or four miles id' the Piisstiuipsix Iiaiiroad now in process of being extended ; and as a whole the properly is conmclore i the mol desirable water privilege in Northern Vermont. The iiicunibrufce, winch have heretofore ex isted to prevent a sale of the property ie now removed, and the cstato must be sold without reserve. hale to commence nt 10 o'clock A. M : Terms made known at the time and place of m!e : the premises t ill be shown and information given to any person desirous ot purchasing at any time, by application to the snlxci ibrr. M. B. KIMBALL. Administrator. Irasbur-h, Oct 22, lhC6 Hotchkiss & Jellison, BURLINGTON, VT., I 0"r CHUKCH STREET, JOBBERS, AXU J -wtJ Ketailers of Foreign and lonie,t:c Iirv Craxls, would respectfully iuvi'e the altention of Jli-rchants to their new stock of Fall Coods, which thy offer at prices full a low as Vo.U ., Nrw York, or even i'hilailrlpliia utforiiaiiet.i. A sliK'k compn-ii!g: .?-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 4- 4 5- 4 " 6- i 2- 4 Bleached " 3- t 4- 4 8-4 " 10-4 ' Turkey Ite-J Ginhatns, I'lain Checks, " Chen " " Scotch. M Book Fold " Prints 3-4 7-H 4-4 Tlioina lloyles, S'hwabe, P. Alien, Merrimack, 4-4 French. Alpa'-as, Cvbur, l'iimnie'a., IV ilirie., Me. rinos, tMtilon Cltb-, Lnce, F'teanc. Cripe verv large assortment. Fojilin., Ih-ragesde Lsi'nes and CbsMiiirav. YAXKKi: NOTIONS. Sosir-i, Oil., Cologne., Wax I bread, & e.. Sit., &e. UEXTl.EilEXS' FL ItXISIIlXG 000 OS. Tie, Cravat, Collar, bhiru Silk, M AVooicn. " Coiton, Merino. A's rn''e to order atid guaranteed to fit. bring niaiiuractsrel at one jf tn bet hemes in New Viak. Ai.y orJer. sent ill be proir Mf ti.leal snd the price will bt at the lowed nia.kel rates. hept. 6, lsi. IHAVK jtit receietd htof Bustosi Matches, which will 1 sold at whole.a'e r retail, at very low rate. Mrebsts and trw'ei. id' s!l cla-'o. In this Couu'y, ' rejeclfuily iHd to nd In 1heir rr er Ail ordeis protnp'ly atinil ed to, if a4'cotjipwiicd wuli lb e. ' .xAM L h f ANFOKD. Irusborgh, Oct. 10 f Passumpsic E. E. Ifotice. tL'li!sCI!ICKJi." to Preferred Sum k ill the Cofi- : i,,r,r untied that mu smmmswhI of TF.N PtK r, lis. been lai.l, psvuijle on tlie I'rfn Ol ! -mter neat, at either lt tolUrwit g fl.iiks vm '.p' ti'nk. Bank 'd Or'eaos, Bank ot Lyu iton, I'iitfre er Uradf'ird Ksnfcs, at at lhe 1 ceasurer Ottic. Ko. J, Slerclwnf l-xcluuige, ikjstoa. Per order of the m-rtor. H. V. LO VFJtl jiU, Trntsorer. Oci I, tfift ; BOOTK-Tbst very best of Ihitk UAt cm stsntiy kept nn hand and fie ' ebmn -ar ce.h, by DAROBAKT 4 C ..01 OH. iir, . EN'S and Bov Boots at KTES. 11 K t vou tetn X-V 1'luid and Black drew ilK; , "I OToF. C;ni,k: Com ti to 83,40 pr at lM Krt-s. glTERlOR Buffalo RoL,e at .vrrs. IETTE11 Writer will find paper that will J hk tucin at ISvu'a. CI Vl.t and R. W. Nve', mot ena,, J assortment of Yankee Notion. BARGAIN U-o be had in Chmere ShawU iX K. W. Nvk . I W Nt' plain all wool J)e Liins canno tw beaten br beauty of cnlor aad shade. JyI f Shirts mid Drawers, at ft. W. Xtfa. 17ANcY Pant Cloth and Sheep's lrar at K W. Kyi s. FMIAM,S(IVIN( filings can lie found r.t x li. W. Nti's. J OP SACKING for s:le by Sept. 5. ISirt. 100.000 p!e fnrsr.le hr ii & wi;s r.' 1("M l';ip,r f,om loto 12 1-2 cts. per rnlle ; t also baiiu for 17 ci. at li. W. NYK; n W r N l.'S uhl brick store I runnii-B over a lull ot New tiooJs, It will pay to look litem ovrr ffir.i, Sueur. M-!ases, Kaiiins, Rice, ,Sa'ra J tu-, tlil, FiU and Salt, can be be fi.iind at P.. H . XYt'Si. Irrwliurgli, Nov. H. nATS ftnd Caps for Men aud Bovs at K. W. XYE'S. AI1KS-R. W. Nvt's Is the plue to buy all a-w Linus ui Miocs auj ' I liaitfra; also Rubbers. BniMNt; tlct. 10. rH'iy forti!e bv R. W. XYE. IIOUKol II. 31. Fisher'. Ax Helves, at K. W. XYE. RW. XYE has on hand tlie best of Flour, and U not to be undersold. Ci AKI'LTIXG iio piece left and for tale at 11. W. Xtr a. l)A(i U Jt HI rTYl7EsTi 'IVKi subscriber would respectfully inform the A Ladies and iSriitli-rnen of Orleans County, that he is taking .Miniatures apiin nt liasburgli, where he mi-y he found ready lo wait on them every Tuesday, Wodnesduy, mid Saturday," until I'm thtr notice is pivn 1 hose wishing tl.r Miniatures, can get them fir the moderate sum of Ono Dollar, put up in a neat Morocco Case, nud the picture win uu iin-rior in none iuk.cn in uoutnry or town. You can a!n find at this establishment a iieiiernl Bs-oritnefit of Fancy Cases and (odd Locke's, all ol wlii"h will be soUl at prices that cannot fail to ple:ie. Tlie subscriber would alo take this opportuni ty to tender his thanks for past favors, und most respectfully solicits a continuance of tbm. A. S. WUUTLn. Irasburgh, Oct. 2S, lsilfi s.l ' STATE OP VKIIMOST, BlsTllKT Cir ll:l.E.JiM, us. VT n Probate Court holden at Irasburgh, with. Ill and for said district on the 26th d.y of November, 1S.56, .losepli f liniwn, administrator of the estate of IIENli Y ALLEX, late of ISartun, deceased, represented to said Court that decedent in his lile time entered into contract, binding in law and equity, with one Giles W. Clarke, of Charleston in tins State, to deed to said Ciarke certain lands hi. J the appurtenance therein be loi.ji'u.g lying in said Charleston, to wit: one bun. !re. I i.crya of the south easterly hair of Lit Xo t in the first division exclusive of about 8 acres l.eieioloie deeded to Ehenezer Cole, also except ing 10 acres deeded to Benjamin Fuller; also about 13 acres of lot No. li i'u the fir-t division which said contract was utr the decease of siid Aden, and no is unexecuted, and praving for license and authority to deed .aid binds accord ins to the terms of said contract, agreeably to the s'alute in such ce made an. I provided. 1 lieicfore it is ord red by said Court, thnt pub. lie notice be given to all . persons concerned therein, to niipe tr bef re said court at a session llieieof. to be heJ nt said Irasburgh, on the lTili day of December, that they tuny be heard in tie mailer mio show muse why license should not be gnu.'.edas aloreid. And tin order shall be ppbli!;ej liir?e weeks sueces-ively In the t'rlean. Inrlrind-nt M.in.lard, a new-paper printeil at Irasburgh in this State, the la.l l ulncii publication !,H be before lua day a..igne fur benriiig as alore lid. tliven under my li-iiri at the 1'roba'e ofliee iir Irasburgh, this Stiih !nv of November, A. r. W,H 11. CAlil'I XI Lit, Judge. J. C. J5LGirA3I, j DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY. .ti 4i s r.. st. joiixsnntv, V'Ofl.D r"prctlir;!y s.IU-it the Attention of T the public to the largest and best selected stjs k of pine i:i ; An ij:di im. ChemimU, hnrficsl Iii,truinent, mid I aticr Ar ticle, in li.i) Mate. Ixaistr-vixnoxxtiE. t I'ta ki t cmm and instruments, I Iieriunine'ers, t.'iippm !;ie T unsUhsicr., fjeotj) torceps, File, snd Keys, Lancet, Xe !!e., Karriers' Sur g cal his' rninenu, (;ias an 1 Mela lie rvrir;g-s, I ar and Fje syringes, Galvanic Belts and Bntte ries, a hh i.urnerocs uiher articles of the kind. TANCV AM) T0IM;T .lSt j : V,i ie, I'uir and I'owder B"Xs, Fancy ! Mantle Oi.lntrne ttfittle., Cologne., I'erfutiws of ) ililo Ibwe, JK-key Club, Muk and sweet Briar; I iiarri.oir. and Liibin's I'erftime, ftaiin "I I0UO j Uoer t.r the fomplexiour I'm ket and Hand j Minor., I'ort Jloimainand 1 tirses, Hair Oils an J i l't m.i'1e, iu km! variety. TVIIE Cfi.OIIfl. O:... Slab.. Palette Knives, Silver l. roti and Water Colors lor Orieu- wi imi i-eiit fminiit; irnsn, nil a'ti'ts ijent's an I Lfl..-- BllOVUtt.k HBACES. Kup. .rter, liossi-s and hjmial hupponeis, and ad tits opuiar rs'inehes of the day. ROMANS k MELODEOXS : lhe bet in ti e country ; the tone quick, full an I tin loilioti., conimmnts' the attention ot lovers of gooil IHU..C. Aicordeon. Flutes, Viol string and lii;iuei'.ii books eciisiffute but smsll part i ot the varte'y constantly on hand, all of niiich win t.e oi'i on tne most Utoiabie terms. ZT Order. mjI cited, hi. Jobn.tiaiy. Nov. 23, l'JO i7tf 0IIULTTTY 31 AUJiLE W0UKS! f IMIK .ub-crilier wou'J inform the e!tiens of J Orleans Countv tbst he ha. a shop at WEST LKIlitV. nheje ho keeps coi.siaiitiy eu baud a large assort ineiit of Mouumonts, CtAt'E HTOSkH, VESTHK TAlil.E AXD h TAXI) ' OPS, ohK'h I c will sell at the lowest csh price, or .borl approved credit, red delivrr them nt tu ureuur' resideui FREE OF fUAHGK UANIF.L CHAXULFR. F-. 8- JOliSSOS, Tr-veho Ageat. tlerby, Oct. 2'., leS-43:i FRENCH & IS0IJINS0N, TAi;u A.u c;uiicii:its ' Ot'LD ay to fhe'r trsrvAe i.d t'rcs, the f T they era how prtrJ lnmwnn.11 orders fir Tanning in muber murjUMcti by ny firm In Sew t.tf'mfl. Crren llule muted la fo. tjuk. Einmbr tbt we pay sv i itti more fjr Hhles and fckins th.o iadg tdtt. 6c! se t t'frfwr lata iher, and Calf Skio. ef wperior jiity lwysoi haud,B4 HI ! It. Jojst asarket pta. l-l -