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LAWS OFVrERM0XT.
SESSION OF 1856.
N n. An act m-ovidin,; for the reference of
actions in the County Court.
It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly of
Git State of Vermont, as fiiUoics : ,
Sec 1. The county court may, in their dis
cretion, refer any civil" action pending therein, to
one or more commissioner, to be appointed by
the court.
Sec. 1. When an action is so referred, (other
i.. t.n on the aereement of the parties, as
already provided by law,) it shall be the duty of
the commissioner or commissioners, to iry u
questions raised in the case, and with their deci
sion thereon, report to the court such facts as
they judge to be proved. .
Sec 8. On such report, the court shall render
such judgment as is warranted by the Acts
reported, unless either of the parties au.ll, at the
time at which the report is made, elect to try the
case before a jury.
Sec. 4. Such party shall furnish a statement
in writing of the material particulars in which he
expects to change the result of the report, and
at the trial, the report shall be prima facie evi
dence of the fact.
Sec. 6. The verdict shall be specifically on
the facts put in issue by. the statement above
mentioned, and the court shall render such judg
ment thereon as is warranted by law on the facts
found.
Sec. 6. The judgment so rendered, either
with or without trial by jury, shall be final and
conclusive between the parties, and shall not be
subject to review.
Sec. 7. This act shall take effect from its
passage.
Approved, Xovember ISth, 1656.
No. 6. An act relating to the Judiciary.
it is hereby enacted, cfc,
Sec. 1. The act entitled " an act relating to
the judiciary," approved November 13, 1619, is
hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. The supreme court shall hereafter
consist of one chief judge and five assistant
judges.
Sec. S. The judges of the supreme court
shall, previous to the session of each county
court, assign one of their number to preside at
such court; but shall not assign any one of their
number to a county in which a cause is pending
In which he shall have been counsel.
Sec. 4. Each judge of the supremo court
halt be a chancellor, and shall have and exercise,
fur and throughout the state, all the jurisdiction
aud power which now arc, or hereafter may be,
vested in a court of chancery.
Sec. 6. All the judicial powers and duties,
whether in law or equity, which now appertain
to the circuit judges within their respective cir
cuits, shall hereafter vest in and bo incumbent
upon the members of the supreme court in the
respective counties in which they may at any
time act.
Sec: 6. All former laws providing for the
division of the State into judicial districts, and
all laws inconsistent with this act, are hereby
repealed.
Sec. 7. No judge shall sit at the trial of any
cause in banc, which he shall have previously
tried at nisi prius.
Sec. 8. This act shall taie effect on the first
day of November, A. D. 1SE7.
Approved, November 19, 15i6.
No. 10. An act to amend section three
of chapter thirty-four of the compiled
statutes, relating to diposition of wit
nesses. Jt is hereby enacted & c.
Sec 1. Section three of chapter
thirty-four of the compiled statutes, is so
amended as to read as follows; otanes
public and masters in chancery, shall
have the same power to take depositions,
and to issue subpneeas and attachments,
for witnesses to appear before them or
any other court or tribunal, that justices
of the peace now have, and all depositions
taken by a notary public, or master in
chancery, agreeably to law, shall be ad
mitted on the trial of any civil cause in
any court of law.
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect
from its passage.
Approved, October 27th, 1856.
No. 11. An act relating to the proof of
Marriage in criminal prosecutions.
Jt is hereby enacted, Sf-c.
Sec. 1. In prosecutions for crimes
nnrl nermhies. when it shall become
necessary on the part of the prosecution
to prove the fact of the marriage of the
respondent, acts of cohabitation by the
respondent, with the supposed wife or
husband, as the case may be, as veil as
other acts, admissions and declarations of
the respondent, tending to prove such
marriage, shall be admitted in evidence
as competent testimony to prove such
fact.
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from
its passage.
Approved, Uctober oist, iboo.
No. 12. An Act in addition to section
ten of Chapter fifty-three of the Com
piled Statutes, relating to the render
ing of accounts by Executors and Ad
ministrators. is hereby enacted, t?c.
Sec. 1. Section ten of chapter fifty
three of the complied statutes is amend
ed so as to read as follows: It shall be
the duty of the probate court to examine
every executor, administrator, guardian
and trustee, upon oath, as to the truth
and correctness of his account, before the
same shall be allowed by the court ; Pro
vided, however, that the probate court, in
its discretion, may dispence with such ex
aminations, when no objection is made to
the allowance of the account, and the
truth and correctness of it is satisfactori
ly established by other competent testi
mony. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect
from its pa-saiif.
Approved, November 6, 1856.
DR. C. M. RUBLEE,
(Formerly of Jlontpelier, Vt)
212 Teemont Stkeet, - - Boston.
Dr K. will, in connection with the practice of
a enntinns to ffive especial
attention to treatment of diseases of the lu ana
Ea r
March 6,1856 lOtf
C. W. SCOTT, M.
nomffODathie Physician and Surgeon,
IBASBUEGH, VEBMOM.
Office over Worthington's Store.
llf
G. W. FAIRBROTHER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
45 BAETOK LANDING, VT.
MR. & MRS. D. BAKER,
HYDROPATHIC PHYSICIANS.
Glover, Vt. 25 ly
TTOVEY & SMITH'S CASH STORE.
Mr. Editor : We have just receiveed from Boston the largest and best Stock
of Goods ever offered in this Market. We give you delow a few specimen .prim
that you and all other friends may know there is one place m Orleans County tnai
Goods can be bought At a iair vaiue.
Best Fast color Prints, 10 Linen
u - 7 to 9 Best yd. wide oneeiwg,
Am. & French Gingham, 12 1-2 to 15 Fine
Muslin and Lawns, 12 to 17 Blue Drill,
Blk. and Plaid Silk, 87 1-2 to 1,20 Gents Kid uioves,
Brown and Mourning Debages, Id Ladies t rencn ajqs,
Lvonese Cloths. SO to 40 Ladies and lents nose,
PopKn, Paris Berages, Alpaccas,
&c, all low.
F.mbossed Table Covers. 150
23:.cvtS3 cfc Caps
2,50 to 3,00
H. II. FROST,
At'ornev and Counsellor at law and Solicitor
IX CIIAXCEKY.
COVENTRY, VT.
Good Blk. Frock coats,
Business Coats,
Summer Coats,
Pants,
Vests, Sat- & Fig. Silk,
DR. F. M. PERRY,
SLBGICAL AND MECHANICAL
Oentist,
BAETON, VT.
N. W. SCOTT,
Agekt fob
Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Glover, Vt.
Ambrotypes :
IMPERISHABLE PICTURES ON GLASS
PIIOTOGKAFIIS ;
And other beautiiul pictures are taken in the
Greatest Perfection
By the man with the
LONG FLOWING BEAKD,
At St. Johnsbnry, Vt 40m6
JENNESS & SCOTT,
Homoeopathic Physicians and Surgeons,
DERBY LINE, VT.
IV. VT. JENKESS, M D. M. L. SCOTT, M. D.
MR. HARRINGTON,
ITKOFESSOH OF
PENMANSHIP AND STENOGRAPHY,
Tost Office address, North Troy, Vt. 21m7
H. IT. CARPENTER, M. D.,
HOMOEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
DERBY CENTRE, VT.
Office at his residence on East Street. ltf
No. 7. An act relating to proceedings and costs
in suits at law.
Jt is hereby enacted, ifc,
6ec. 1. In any action hereafter brought,
count in trespass may be joined with counts iu
trespass on the case, including trover, in one
declaration, if for the same cmiae of action.
And when they are so joined, thejilendings there
upon shall be conformable to the law regulating
the pleadings in the action of trespass, and the
right and rule of damages ahull be governed by
tlie law applicable to the count or counts which
the court shall, upon the trial thereof, adjudge to
be adapted to the cause of action shown by the
proofs.
Sec. 2. In actions of assumpsit, debt on sim
ple contract and trespnss on the case, including
trover, if the defendant proves the general issue,
but relies on special matter of defence as pay
ment, release, accord and satisfaction, a judg
ment recovered for the same cause or other mat
ter operating to extinguish the right of action
which once existed, he shall file with such plea
within the time allowed by the practice of the
court for filing special pleas, a notice in writing
specifying the intended matter of defence under
uch plea.
Sec. 3. The party against whom matter is
specially pleaded in confession and avoidance in
answer to matter by him antecedently alleged,
may by a general form ol denial traverse and
put in issue all the muterial facts so pleaded by
tlie other party.
C- J ll't . . .
dcu. . ii uen any nciion pending m any
county or supreme court shall involve the trial
of several and distinct issues, or of several and
distinct claims, the court in taxing the costs shall
allow to each party the costs accruing upon such
of said issues or of said claims as he shall prevail
npon.
Bee. 5. When the plaintiff in any action in
any county or supreme court shall recover judg
ment for only a nominal sum for debt or damages,
the court may in their discretion make such order
in respect to the allowance of costs to the plain
tiff as shall be jus.t and equitable: Provided,
that in no case shall the costs so allowed exceed
the rate prescribed by law.
Sec. 6. This act shall not apply to or affect
any suit now pending.
bee. 7. This act shall take effect from
age.
Approved, November 18, 1856.
No. I. An act in addition to chapter twenty
eight of the compiled statutes, entitled " the
supreme and county courts."
It it hcreby enacted, cfc.,
Sec. 1. Every question of law decided by the
county court, arising upon demurrer, or upon
trial by jury, or upon motion in arrest in any
prosecution by indictment or information fin-any
inn or niisueniennor, snail, after verdict of
l""'.' "ur..cu,u(ou motion ot the respondent
be allowed and placed upon the record; and tne
same shall thereupon pass to the supreme court
for a final decision; and judgment, sentence and
execution shall be thereupon respited and staved
in capital ciises and in all other cases at the ilis-
ccviiuuui me cunru
Deo. a. ine seventy second section of the
said io wincn una is in addition is hereby re
Approved, November 12th, 1S58.
No. 9 An act emending the provisions
of section eight of chapter thirty-six of
the compiled statutes relating to new
trial.
Jt is hertby enacted eye. "
,c-.1; The Provisions of section
eight of chapter thirty-six of the compiled
statutes, and the relief granted therein
are lierchy extended to all person'
"r"""" " juujjmem lias been
s ti all be rendered by a
No. 13. An Act in addition to chapter
thirty eight of the compiled statutes,
relating to ejectment.
It is herebii enacted, &c.
Sec. 1. The thirty-fourth section of
chapter thirty-eight of the compiled sta-j
tutes is hereby repealed.
Sec. 2 The provisions of said chap
ter, relating to betterments, shall not ex
tend to any person, who shall enter upon
and take possession of lands after the
passing of this act.
ec. d. llus act shall take effect
from its passage.
Approved, October 31,1 850.
G. W. BAXTER,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
CECCIERY, CHKA A3D GLASS TV ARE,
Table Cutlery, Paper Hangings, Solar Stand and
Hanging Lamps, fluid Lamps ami Huid,
SILVEB PLATED & BEIT A NI A WARE,
- Castors, Spoons, &c, &c.
No. 1 Leavenworth Block, College Street,
Buiclijsgtok, Vt,
50 to 88
7 1-2 to 8
8 1-2 to 10
11 to 15
87 1-2
75
12 to 20
Dress Trimmings, Thereads, &C
Cashmere & Summer
Shawls, 2,50 to 9,00
75 to 1,25
1,25 to 1,75
25 to 1,00
50 to 85 1-2
50 to 1,17
7,00 Blk. Mole Hats,
4,00 to 6,00 " Fur and Wool Hats,
1,00 to 3,00 Tan Colored Hats,
2,25 to 4,25 Summer Hats,
1,25 to 4,00 Boys Caps,
A beautiful variety of New Bonnetts, French Lace, and Straw, from 42 to 2,25
Summer Style of Ribbons, 1- rench and American lowers.
Boots. Slaocs ixxxcL X-xx 1001-&.
Thick and Kin Boots. 2.7o to 3,00 .Ladies Waiters, u
1 r, r. . , -. , , YIT 11 ' CI -
ATpns French Calf. 3,VU to 3,02 " V aiKlug ouues,
Calf & Enameled Congress, 2,00 to l,zo Misses waiters ana rancy
nrmwms. 1.37 to 1.50 Shoes, Children and Intants oiioes.
Our Stock ot Boots and bnoes is very large ana oi me iesi quaniy, a. tJt.
can't be beat. - .
Groceries, Oils cirxcx saints,
Everything from a Bbl. of Sugar to a Tallow Candle. Good fresh Teas, 50 to 65
Good BoxEaisins, 14 cts. Linseed Oil, Jappan, White Lead, F. Yellow, Venition
Red, Chrome Yellow, and Green.
HARDWARE, GLASS AXD CBOCKERY WAHE,
A irreat variety of all kinds. Best White and Colored Tea Setts, $1,87 1-2
and everything to match equally low. Glass, Nails, Salt, Fish and Flour, Farming
Tools of all kinds.
We have given you above the prices of only a few of our Goods, but the want of
room prevents any more. Please give us an early call.
Albany. April 1st, lo6. liUV-fcX 4: SMUll,
P. S. Be sure and bring a purse full of Money.
JOHN H. BRAYNARD,
DEPUTY SHERIFF,
"WEST CHARLESTON, VEEMONT.
Plows.
N assortment of Tabor and Bartlett Tlows
- just received and for sale bv
August If 3$ J. IL KELLA M.
Stoves !
ALL persons wanting stoves, stove pipe, hol
low ware, tin ware, lead nine and DumDS.
will find a greater variety and cheaper prices at
our shop, than can be found elsewhere
countv. riease call ana examine.
SKINNER & FOSS.
Derby Centre, Oct 25, 1866 43m3
the
3Sa"otio-
V DAGGETT will pay cash for Hides, Call
Hi bkms, and Dairy skins, it well salted.
FOR SALE: more of those best Boots
made by E. SANTY, who cannot be beat by any
one in me iouniy.
Shoes of all kinds cheap for cash.
Irasburgh, Feb. 25, 1856 9tf
No. 14. An Act authorizing the tender
of amend?in actions to recover damages
for any act or ni.-glect.
Jt is hereby enacted, $rc
Sec 1 In all cases of claims. for
damages for any act or neglect of any
town, corporation, officer or other per
son, such town, corporation, officer, or
other person may, at any time, either be
fore or after the commencement of any
action, to three days before the com
mencement ot the term ot the court to
which such action is made returnable if
before the county court, or to twelve days
before the commencement of any subse
quent term of said court to which such
action may be continued, or to twentv
four hours before the time of trial, if be
fore a justice of the peace, tender to the
plaintiff, his agent or attorney, in money
amends for the injury complained of,
with the costs then acciued. And if the
plaintiff, his agent or attorney, shall re-
luse to receive the same and the defen
dant shall bring into
tfnrlprrl limn if in
, ... , v.l.lll.Ll Ul MIC ! ajlnrtmnt f I' T..,.. 1 .1 T ..
court, the delendant acted in good faith of which will be sold at prices that cannot fnii in
in tlie matter complained of. the nla nt (Fi l".5e-
i ics pas-
DAGUERREOTYPES ! !
THE subscriber would respectfully inform the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Orleans County,
that he is taking Miniatures again at Irasburgh,
where he mav 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
iue uioueraie sum 01
One Dollar.
put up in a neat llorocco Case, r.nd the
court the sum SO wil1 be inferior to none taken in Country or town.
Hip miini f on can also find at this establishment a general
" ' . . '" assortment ot fancy Cases and Gold Lockets, ali
or
lustice of tl...
peace, by default, and who have Ween, or
shall be, deprived of their day in court
by fraud, accident, or mistake. '
ec. z. ihw act shall take
from iu passage.
Approved, October 8 lot, 1S56.
effect
shall recover no costs accruing after such
tender, unless he shall recover a larger
sum in damages than the amount of dam
ages so tendered, but the defendant shall
be allowed in the discretion of the court,
to recover his costs which shall have ac
crued after such tender.
Sec. 2. Section thirty-three, of chap
ter twenty-three of the compiled statutes,
is hereby repealed, but this repeal shall
not affect any tender mflde under the pro
visions of such section, but the same pro
ceedings shall be had as though this act
had not passed.
Sec. 3. This act shall take eflect from
uts passage.
Approved, November 18, 185G.
No. 15. An Act in alteration of chapter
thirty-two of the compiled statutes,
relating to trustees.
Jt is hereby enacted, fyc.
Sec 1. bectiontwo of chapter thirty
two of the compiled statutes shall not be
construed, in any action hareafter brought
to include any wages or compensation
due for work and labor Derformwl hv ti,
principal debtor in person or by his wife
or any minor child of such dul.mr oft.
the service of the trustee process upon the
trustee.
Sec 2. This act shall take effect from
its passage.
Approved, November 14, 185G.
No. 1G. An Act in addition to the laws
regulating trustee process.
Jt is hereby enacted, fyc.
Sec 1 No person shall be adjudged
a trustee of any other person, by reason
of such person having in .his hands any
moneys due or belonging to the debtor
as his debenture as a member or officer
of the general assembly or as a juror at
tending any county court.
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from
it passage.
Approved, NoremWr 14, 1856.
The subscriber would also take this nnnnrtnni.
ty to tender his thanks for past favors, and most
iorei,nuiijr cuiicus a conununnce ot them.
, , , A. S. WHIPPLE,
Irasburgh, Oct. 28, 185643
NEW STOCK
OF RICH FALL GOODS.
J. C. EMERY,
I I iiS.' hisnel!,r ed.9 tor the FALL and
"j.rjji iraae, comprising a more exien-
ftira aurl Uai.;'i,l . . .
uvuuujui Dwinueui, mnn ne has ever
. c'CMsisti,l!! of CAPTS of beau-
t'l-lA''3anu -UAblUA'S, in VELVETS
TAPBTJIJB, three 1LY SUPERFlNml
all the lower grades.
in unusual variety and styles. PARLOR SETS
in DA MASK. PL VSII. n,,rf ita
s a A J I X-d tit a Jil.K.h.AlK onri
BACH'S
American Compound.
fTHHE subscribers would respectfully ask the
JL attention of the People of Vermont, to the
claims of
BACH'S AMEPJCAN COMPOUND,
As one ot the best preparations before the public
lor the rebel and cure ol the lollowing complaints :
Bronchitis, Ministers' Sore Throat, Cal
omel, Nursinq and Ulcerated Sore
Mouths,Sore Nipjles,Mercurial Taints, '
Fever -Sores, Scrofula, Ulceration of
the Lungs and Stomach, all Nervous
Complaints, Female Weakness and Jr
regularities, Fluor Alius, (or Whites,)
Coughs arising from an Jrritated
Throat, Piles, Weak Stomachs in
fact, in any case of
WEAKNESS, INFLAMMATION, on IMPURE
BLOOD, USE THIS KEMEDY.
In the city of Auburn, where this medicine is
prepared, and the Proprietors reside, a large list
of the most reliable and respectable proofs of its
efficacv have been furnished in itsjiivor. bv the
voluntary promptings ef those who have been re
lieved and cured ol long standing and extremely
aggravated affections of tlie above complaints,
from a grateful desire to spread its knowledge,
ana promote tne gooa 01 otners who may he sim
ilarly afflicted.
Its influence has been peculiarly hantiv in all
cases of Bronchial and Throat affection, from
slight to Chronic Inflammations and Ulcerations.
Also in some very marked cases of t emale W eak
nessand Irregularities, and many other com
plaints enumerated above.
We have also some strong cases of this charac
ter in our own State, in which it has been used
with wonderful success, where for years r, sorts to
many other remedies have failed "to afford relief.
Its ingredients, among which is a compound
fluid extract of
"BEECH DEOPS," OR "CANCER ROOT."
and composition are such as to render it perfect
ly safe and harmless, requiring the exercise of no
special care in regard to the habits ot the indi
vidual, beyond that ordinarily necessary.
From a personal knowledge of these facts, I do
not hesitate to say to all who are in any wav af-
mu.ieu iiu uouny n euKness, jjeuuity, Inflam
mation, Impure or Sluggish Blood, that
UACtt'b AilLKlCAS COMPOUND
is recommenced in the strongest assurance of
iieaej ana Lure.
FRED. E. SMITH, Mcntpelier, .
Wholesale Agent for the State of Vermont.
To whom all orders should be addressed.
TO DRUGGISTS ANDOTHEB DEALERS,
A CAR1.
For the convenience of Drrnrwieta nnr) ;r,:,tM
nals now using this Medicine fu the State of Ver-
nioni, constant supply will be kept in the hands
of our State Agent, FRED. E. SMITH, and all
uuHucKuons or oroers win be proroDtly filled c
the lame terms as when addressed to its '
P. V. R. COVENTRY & CO , Proprietors,
S2 Genesee St., Auburn, N. Y.
CERTIFICATES.
Important from Dr. E. "W. Sabin, of
Rochester. N. Y.
. December 1, 1855.
1 nis may certny tuat 1 have made a trial of
Bach's Americas Comfoukd" in a case of
severe aivncniai jijfccllon, and a long standinc
....... v, kic ihui-ki cucn ur tne JUanentarv track.
By the use of two bottles ol the above Compound
it is thought a permanent cure -was affected
nave seen its wonderful effec s in a decided case
ot iscroula Consumotion. whpve th r..i!.t ..
thought to be beyond cure after taking a few bot-
bs out of danger, and nearly tneU. From what 1
have seen of the eflect of the Compound, Ihould
certainly recommend its use in such cases as
""rc b. v.. pAdIN, M. D.
v Aubnrn. N-Y.,JunelO,lR65.
e, the undersigned, have received th t.nn
la for preparing"BAc.t's Americas Compound "
find HC fur ... ura V. . '
. . lesieu u, can reeommeni
. ji.ai use us a tonic and alterative Medicint
to REMOVE VITIATED HI MOR8 OP THE BI.OOB
mm peculiarly adapted to Females suSerina from
.:. muse wnose eon
stitiuons are enfeebled from Intermittent Fever
.IOSEPH II. MORRIS, M. D .."
LANSINGH BR1GGS. M. D.
A. C. TABER, M. D. J
HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED
IN THE
Cosmopolitan Art Asso
ciation
FOB THE TIHKD YEAR I
nc.ui pr : INDUCEMENTS! The msn-
I aeers have the pleasure of announcing that
' Bers 11 , ir..i,. f Art cmed for hs-
thK COlleCtlOn Ol Hm" - n
tne coueuu Knbscribers. whose names are
Reived ns to the 28th of January, -67, is
much larger ana hm - r-
year Aong the leading works m iWpiure
irecnted in the finest marble is the new and
beautiiul Statue of the
e - 3 ItTrrm 1-vVl "
The Busts of the three Great American 5tates
men,
CLAY. WEBSTER & CAEIIOUX,
Also the exquisite laeai nnst,
APOLLO AND DIANA,
IN MARBLE, LIFE SIZE.
Toeether with the lollowing Groups and Statues
fttmnale for the heart.
Venus and Apple; jrsyene ; inagaaien,
Child of the Sea ; Innocence ;
Captive Bird; and Little. Truant,
With numerous works in Bronze, and a collection
of several hundred
FIXE OIL PAINTIXGS,
The whole 01 wmcn arevu do umuiuuku ui
lotted among the subscribers whose names are re
ceived previous to tne
Twenty-Eighth of January, '67.
when the distribution will take place.
TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Every subscriber of three, dollars is entitled
to
Hotchkiss &
BURLIXGT0 vi4 '
1QK CHURCH STEEET ,o
1 0 Retailer, of twJ' ,0fiSEb
Good,, would respectfah -'
Menant,totbeirMw,n"'V ,
they offer at prices full ' '
York, or even Philadelphia .aQ
comprising ; 1
o- unoieached. Sbj
4-4
A copy of the splendid Steel Engra
vinsr. "Satukdat JSight, or
A copy of any of the following S3
Magazines one year ; also
A copy of the Art Journal one year,
and
A Ticket in the Annual Distribution
of Works of Art.
5-4
8-4
2- 4 Bleached
3- 4
4- 4
8-4
10-4
Turkey Red Ginghams
Plain Checks, t
Cheney "
Scotch, a
Book Fold
Prints 3-4 7-8 44
Thomas Hoyles,
Schwabes,
P. Allen,
Merrimack,
4-4 French.
Alpacas, Coburg, Pararaets. tv
rinos, Canton Cloths, Lacc,
very large assortment, l'oplins, IfeS '
and Cbnmlirav!. ''
YANKKE NOTIONS.-SoaM ft
Wax Thread, S-c, &c, &c. ' '
GEX TL Elf ESS1 ECRXlSnm
Ties,
Cravats,
Collars,
Shirts Silk,
" Woolen,
" Cotton,
u Merino.
Also made to order and jrairantMt hi
iiiiiiiiviu.v ui uic oest hot
York. Any orders sent will be pmt.
and the price will be at the lowes'r.
HAVE just received a kit of Bos:jk
which will be sold at who'esaV li
very low rates. Merchants ami t'
Thus, for every S3 paid, a person not only gets classes in this County, are repec:fc .
GREAT CURE FOR
DYSPEPSIA!
DR. J. S. IIOEGIITOVS
PEPSIN ! !
I'FIHE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR, GAS-
X TRIG JUICE, prepared from RENNET, or
the fourth STOMACH OF THE OX, after direc
tions of BARON LIEBIG.the preat Physiological
Cuemist, by J. S. riOLGHTUN, M. D , f biladel
phia. Pa.
l ms is mature s own uemeay lor an nnneauny
Stomach. No art of man can eqnnl its curative
powers. It contains no Alcohol, Bitters, Acids,
or Nauseous Drugs. It is extremely agreeable to
the taste, and may be taken by the most feeble
pauents who cannot eat a water cracker witnont
acute distress. Beware of DRUGGED IMITA
TIONS. Pepsin is NOT A DRUG.
Call on the Agent, and get s Descriptive Circu
lnr, gratis, givinga large amount of SCIENTIFIC
EVIDENCE, from Liebig's Animal Chemistry;
Dr. Combe's Physiology of Digestion ; Dr. Pere
ira on Food and Diet; Dr. John W. Draper, ot
New York University ; Prof. Dnnglison's Physi
ology; Prof. Silliman,of Yale College ; Dr. Car
penter's Physiology : &c, together with reports
of (JUKhb troraall parts ot tne United States.
Sold bv all Druggists and Dealers ia iled
icines. Price,' ONE DuLLAR per bottle.
Sold bv Cha. C. Kellam, Irasburgh.
" T. C. Butler, Derbv Line.
" 3. S. Weeks, Danville. 124-Jy
MARBLE
CEMER TABLES and
itianoeanv and Wa nnt SOFA fi Knrvmrn i
rn1liM1lll GEN TER ,l SlJETA-'
LES, ETE.S10!f DINIXG TABLE aud
almost every thing which helps make a well se
lected, and assorted stock of House furuUhin"
goods.
OVAL and PLAIN, GILT. ROSE WOOD
and MAHOGANY IRAME nuujJ
LOOKING GLiASSES,
Ien1FATHERSwatteas
PAPEB MAM.IiS.
NO W is the time to bu because thev can be
Dought cheap, and because home comfort may be
greatly mcrcased by the interior decoratisn
,.,ngifndlSeCBnM "cold -i"teris coming"
and the bitter blast may be very effectually shut
saving f,"18"6 Wa'k 0fllvinK l
sav ng LEL.aud many an uncomfortable shiver.
Call and examine my stock before purchasing.
Montpeher. Vermont. ' 43yrl
Hon. D L hnnr.u r a.,. -t v . 3
""to, ana i... , auumu, 1,. j Bna
a verv full stock of I "I "rel"uer 01 our Mate Legislature, and one of
"vuiupusueu riiysicmns anu Chemists
... .uuiury,aiiergivmgttiis medicine his per
"JjiPreparatwufor the cure of Qirimic
ofif1!'8 F?mily Eeci'le Boqk is t0 te tad gratis
of all Agen U-you will there see cures of disea
"eu-ana you are invited to communi
" a"j "nose cenincaics are e ven in
order to nn. tv,. E'ven, in
vranw, wuLaiae
ArRrlnRvPa40v-ffiCeanaI)eP0t' 82 GeKESEeSt.
them over,
NYE'S old hri-w :
f.,n f x- ----- to luuuiiiE over
full of New Goods. It will nav to l
tU8' OU' f Salt, can be bl found at
Irasburgh, Nov. 14. Yi-li'&-
NOTICE.
T M7 '' haI,Te P" "y adopted
.n. Aladison Blnct, his time during tlie re
mainder of h mmority, and shall claim i,one
lhJl?,:l? ?y Aof hi con-
Covtntry, Kor. 36, 1666-4PI
25
. N. Y.
ofFVer,nonEt' SMITK' Agwtforthe State
For sale by R. W. NYE, Irasbnrgh, Vt.
Later from Europe!
ofCfT11?li resPefy inform the inhabitonU
LCfUAury a"l yioinity, that he ha, taken th
he iill n0rth of ,he 0,lens ouse, where
he w,U keep constantly on hand an assortment of
stamped and Hollow Ware.
connT Co?.kine Stoves, and all kinds of
or maimf-an T'. '.u,.B"eel uoa d,
very Best Materials.
i . . . . j
othershopinVerrVeronr
anu sec.
attended to.
All lrivwl m n. . .
for COIii 1 Uk w narge
C-rafttbury, Jt,B, Jt4tf
From the
and at lower rate
Orders from abroad promptly
SAMUEL B. MCH0LS,
rremrom ragea blant liook Manutacturer,
aper vi areuoube, tjuuuer anu reiuu ueaier in
School Classical and Miscellaneous Books,
btationery and Artists Materials,
No. 146 Church Street, nearly opposite A. C.
Spear's Drug Store, Burlington, Vt.
w ULL.U miortn my mends and the pubuc
generally that I have removed inv Store and
Bintierv to No. 146 Church Street, nearl v opposite
A. C. Spear's Drug Store, where I shall be found
alter tnis date.
BLAXK BOOKS,
The attention of bnvers is invited to mv assort
ment of Paged Blank Books. A laree assortment
always on hand made by experienced workmen,
ana warranted equal to anv Ulty work. Partic
ular attention paid to making Blank Books for
rsanKR, Jnsnrance umces, Wanutactnnng Compa
nies, Rail Road Corporations, &c
PAPJEK.
A complete assortment of Writine and Wran-
Sing Papers always kept on hand, consisting of
uper Royal, Imperial, Demv aud Flat Caps of all
qualities, "Cap, Letter, Bath Post, Billet and Note
Paper Hardware, Manilla, Rag, Straw and other
vv rapping rapers. 1 his stock 1 buy directly from
the Manufacturers for Cash and can and will sell
on tlie same terms as New 1 ork and Boston Job
bing Houses.
STATIONERY & ARTISTS' MATERIALS.
A large variety of this class of eoods which
have been selected with great care lor this mar
ket, and the prices cannot fail to satisfy the
closest buyers. School, C'assical and Miscella
neous Books. Special arrangemen' with the
leading publishers render my facilil. s for fur
nishing this stock equrj to any house in the Uni
ted States.
A NEW FEATURE. Owing to the largely in
creasing demand for
PEOGEESSIVE & SPIRITUAL BOOKS,
In this section, a larce assortment of f.ii ieml
and Progressive Books will be found on our shelves
among which are all Standard Works on Unita
nanism, Universnlism, Liberalism, Spiritualism,
ice. All the publications of the American Uni
tarian Association and Partridge & Brittan, the
Works of Clianning, Theodore Parker, Sweden
boig, A. J. Davis, Edmonds, &c. Subscriptions
received for the Spiritnnl Telegraph, New Eng
land Spiritualist, Tiffany's Monthly, &c I am
ngeni ior nirs. Metier s ce'ebrated Clairvoyant
Medicines and Stone's Mesmeric Nerve Liniment
A supply always on hand.
BOOK BIKDIJG.
I continue to Bind Music Rooks Mn,ini.
&c, in every style of Bidding on short notic ot
the lowest rates.
1 would return thanks to my friend, onrl
public for the liberal patronage heretofore exten
ded, and will only add that my prices will as
heretofore be ns Cheap as the Cheapest, and pur
chasers are invited to examine stock and prices
All orders by Mail, Express, or otherwise, will
receive prompt attention. Terms, Cash on De
livery. SAMUEL B.NIOHnr s
Ko. 146 Church Street, Burlington, April 1, 1856.
senu in uieir oruere. ah orders pronto
ed to, if accompanied with tlie c:nh '"'
irasourgn, uci. iu 4uti
Medicine for the h
fllHE subscriber has received tht s
X ment of Patent Medicines fr
C. C. Kellam the Aeencv bavins bf..
red. A full supply will hereafter be ki
at mv store.
Sept. 25, 1856 39 E.
1856! GOODS, i
GOOD G-OOLi
NEW Gift
AXD SO CHEAP TOfl"
A. well biiea &tore 1 chanced lea
As I was passing Coveu-tree,
I hied within, and took a seal.
10 view tnis oiock 01 booasac
WE HAVE
Men's Coats and Pants of falritu
Cra.vats and Stocks that'll ir.riev:-:
Shirts and Collars, Weeklies ant'
Of rs ew I ork style tlie very k
Our lloleskin Hats, in style kk
None can excel, and few rompa."
Weaver, hilk, t ur, in stvle the tt
ing of their NEW SALOON, in the building well That well have proved to stand
known as the Howard Store. Church St.. which
has been newly fitted up tor a Confectionery Men S, JliOVS, Luildrens, Ot varied
Store and a first class Ice Cream and Eating Sa ti,i cn,;tA m anv !,
loon for Ladies and Gentlemen, kept on the city
plan, at DUi-ot-iare rates.
ice creams, ovsters, meats, pies, eggs, ana nu
merous other substantias and delicacies, served
np m the quickest possible time, and at nil rea
sonable hours. NO SMOKING. NO LOAF
ERS. Our new store is already well known to
be a depot for choice confectionery of every kind,
of our own manufacture ; also many nice varie
ties from the best makers known to us.
TABLE ORNAMENTS MADE TO ORDER
We keep also a hetter assortment of CAKE and
PASTRY work than was ever before offered in
a beautiful Engraving or Magazine one year, but
also receives the Art Journal one year, and a
Ticket in the Annual Distribution, making four
dollars worth of reading matter besides the tick
et, by which a valuable painting or piece of stat
uary may be received in addition.
Those "who prefer the Magazines to the En-
imiyinff ' Saturday Nicht.' can have either of the
following, one year: Harper's Magazine: Codey'i
Lady's Book, "United States Magazine, Knicker
bocker Magazine, Graham's Magazine, Black
wood Macazine. Southern Literary Messenger.
No person is restricted to a single snare. 1 nose
takine five memberships, remitting S15, are en.
titled to six. ingravings.ana 10 six ucKeis in uic
distribution, or any five of the Magazines, one
venr. and six tickets
rersons, in remitting runas lor memoersmp,
will please register the letter at the Post Office,
to prevent loss: on receipt of which, a certificate
of Membership, together with the Engraving or
Magazine desired, will be lorwardea to any part
of the country.
For further particulars, see tne Aovemner Art
Journal, sent lree on application.
lor membership, address V. L.. DtltBi
Actuary C. A "A., 818 Broadway, New York, or
Western Office, 166 Water street, Sandusky,
Ohio. d&w
COOPER &, BAETLETT,
Honorary Secretaries.
NEW SALOON
AT BlTtMXGTOS, TEBMOXT,
BY SNOW & THOMPSON.
rXIHE SUBSCKIBEES take great pleasure in
JL announcing to the public generally the open
That are not surpassed m any pile
Ladies Hats we have likewise,
That fill beholders with surprise.
Carpet Bags, Trunks, and neatVt
At fair and usual market prices;
Ladies Satchels, Umbrellas neat,
That in this country can't k kt
Port-Monnaries, Gloves, ran suit
And at a very moderate price.
this State. Also, Jellies and Preserves, in jars of Why will you roam this worldw
various sizes, put np by us, and warranted ckeap- j
er ana Deuer man any in tne market.
LADIES VISITING BURLINGTON
Should not fail to call at the new Confectionery
Store, on Chuich Street, and get au Ice Cream:
or if too coid, a cup of tea or coffee, and a plate
01 uysiers.
LADIES USUALL Y IN A TTENDANCE.
Having facilities for doing all branches of our
business, and doing it well, we hope our efforts
win oe appreciated, and tnat we shall receive a
share of public favor.
H- Orders Irom abroad solicited and faithfully
executed.
Eurlinglon, Oct. 1 0.
GOOD NEWS ! !
THE subscriber begs lei-ve to say that those
Moves have come, and a ptwiH mtMo i,..
are too, consisting of
Mr Tight Parlor and Box Stoves,
jur lignt vooc Moves,
with elevated ovens, the best stove ever offered
IOr ftllle in V Prmnt A .
K ndK. nun ehonac nV. . . I t j
bleterms. mET u4 D reas0na
Tin Ware and Yankee Notions,
together with a few more of those harnesses and
. ,c usuaiiy Kept in a harness shoo.
1. ., r. IAKE KOTICE.
t', u Wlsl?,.t0, Proc,,re Stoves and Pipe
seriber before purchasing elsewhere, as he can
meet the wants of all on short notice, and the
Ir,.K 1, c . SAMUEL STANFORD.
Irasbnrgh, Sept 8, 1856. aatf
FRENCH & ROBINSON
TAKXEKS AKD CIJURICRS,
Glovek. Vt.
W ?v. D a-T to tbeir friends and patron, that
rZ. t 7 now Prepared to execute all orders
or t anning in a manner nnmrjmtsed by any firm
m ew England. Green Hide. wante4
exchange f Cash. Eem,mh. ! " 10
t-rrrui more for Hide, and Skin, than any tody
Sole and Upper Leather, and Calf Skina. of.
w rawest market prie. ti
Old Books Deserve Good Binding.
POWELL & BARR
TOCLD respectfully announce to the citizens
w ot Orleans County that they hayn nnr.
nlinr.l .1. II 1 " J
VUOOCU IUC WC11 &UUHQ
BOOK BINDERY,
of S. B. Nichols, on Church St., Burlington, where
they wifl be ready to answer all orders in their
nneoi Dusiness. Alter Having had lone exDeri-
ence in the business, they feel confident that
they can do work in a style not suroassed this
biuc ui new 1 or&.
B LAX It BOOKS
made to order snd Bound in a style that cannot
oe excelled in this section of the country. Bill
Heaos Kuled at short notice, and all kinds of
muting clone m n manner that will not fail to nuit
customers. All business entrusted tn our r.nra
will be accomplished and sent to any onrt of the
country by Stage or other conveyance.
It will be remembered that this establishment
nas a l-aeiue MACHINE, for
PAGING BLANK BOOKS.
the only one in the State. Newspapers and all
kinds cf Printed Books bonnd, from the largest
Bible down to a common Primer, in
GILT AND FANCY MARBLE EDGES,
B. B. NICHOLS, the former
...uvmu iv. loucivB uruers lor us, ana all work
" . "lm wl" De promptly attended to.
curiingron, vt., June 10, 1858. 25 ly
WAGONS! WAGONS!
A LOT of good down country Wagons war
J.. ranted all right, for sale at KATUN'S.
maiming, juiy za, Jfc66. 81tf.
When here the bestaf Gooiarei:
TI TE have been still a lonjtiaif.iE:!'
! I made arransrements to receive It'
weekly throughout the season, so ia;
always be advised as to the loses! ix
and latest fashions in vogne.
We would especially cull the aires'-
Ladies to our New Stock of Ccoiv
have selected especially fir tliem.ns
are some entirely new styles of
Sun Shades. Fancy Parafok Fa
Lambric, bwiss Dotted a
Plain India Muslins, &
Jaconet, and Xaicjoi
Muslins, Checked,
Corded, and fig
ured; Plain
and
Checked
Cambric, Ladies
Linen and Cambric
Hdkfs, French, Cambrif.
and Muslin Collars, La
lin. and Cambric Edge and s
ing, Florence, Pearl, Braid, Oi-;
mer, and Plain Straw Bonn1
bons, Flowers, Tabs, h"
ingly beautiful,) Glo1
and Hosier)', Drea
Trimming?,!'!5!
DeBages,
Berage
Delaine, Be
rages, La wns, Fi
Muslins, Black, Fanr
Brocade Dress Sto 'v
Crane anil Cashmere Sltf1
Cottons, Unbleached and
READV MADE C10''
To buy their Clothing no:
But where s the place to '
Pm told it is at Walworth
I think I'll go and try it-
Our neiehbora don't begin top""
doing in this line. Hats, CP5.
GENT'S FUEISEiJw;-
Ladies Kid ana
15 fbscriber, are agenu for S. & A. Dow, "gont Ladies Kd v
A of Johnson, for the sale of cloth, of the L,nJ boots- r-pnf E
manufacture, which they wiUsellin exchange for W I GOODS & GK.
Flour, Salt, and Kails. Paint, 0
r.hr r:iu..nil Hard'1' '
cash or wool
GEUUGE WORTHIKGTON, Jr. & CO.
Crockery, Glass and Hard'
i l.- . i:
WALL Fr t
WJm. 4LClt3H .. ........ ..,.nli)H "
?JjU?'?,!e?'Piml V""t, iron and andUold. Jlarble, Wood L
vn""""piauriiie, iron &niks, for mIp
r-1 ii 1... 1 1 'it . ......... ...T .
U . 1 ,c VajlilBtBL,li4 & CO,
if
1
Ill s f.."';S in A.
i ..wu.iiun, i-r B1AJJ18. where .I.p
lifts a choice selection of Fa 1 1 u
" ' jji, j .1 i i
Plnin anil ! iirurea curu' ,t
pest and bet variety ?'Teinx
Vermont. Those willing J?w-
with rich Hanging", "rr'
so bv calling on us, a "f,,'
and suit the most tconem ' ,
We tender our thauk- to
rons for their liberal 13, !
till romprnber vou ver. "r .... V
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tl .... , . -
reamers. owen. Kr. ic :. ,n time.
IHE subscriber has on band and l
Coventry, June ,16f.
for sale a
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vio ning, winch they will stll low '
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