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, Cultivation of Corn.
HILLING. Tho reasons adduced for pivingat least moderate sized hills for corn were as follows : If the corn was equally sure to come up, deep plant ing would be preferable, that is from three td six inches in depth, for it w ulil make a stronger growth late in the season. It .sends its roots lower as well as allowing equal chance to ramify upon the surface. The corn would be much less allect ed by dry weather, and tho stalks would stand against the force of rain and winds which often do it much damage. It is less liable at this depth to be al tacked by worms or pulled by crows Now in .bo ab sence of k'cp p1ai:iu! most of these desirable results would be obtain ed by piviier broad hills of moderate height and this iiilliutr would lie in accordance with the demands of na ture whK'ii eausea most larire rrow inLr annuals to thrive bcUer when eullivated with drawing more or less earth to their roots. On the oppo- site it was mai'ilah.ed that hilling corn was contrary to nature; that, the eoi'ii sends out prop roots a Utile before tlm tassels shoot, seudinir them from a joint next the ground; t.'iese roots are naiaerous and upon all sides of the suv!;, toiiL'h and woody in that portion above the ground but tender and very branch ing beneath. These prop roots were evidently intended by the wise economy of nature not only to fur nish abundant nourishment at (he time of pxealest demand fir the pro duction of the polio:', the shoi t'liff. perfection and iiiliuir. of the ears, but also for hrueiii"; ami sir-lainim.!; the plan!, daily by its iueroasimi' weight becoming more liable to pros tration from wind and rain. The farmer who hills or ridges up the plants by a cultivator cuts and spoils these aerial roots, for it is the nature of these root to be in part above ground, and if covered (hey will eease to thrive, nay more nature will strive to send out new aerial roots still higher up which will be too late and too little perfected ; hence the corn will iose its rich and much needed nourishment and be- come thesport of every pustof wind or fall of ruin, while the farmer look ing at his earth-made hillocks will be saddened and disappointed at the 1 . . , . 4 I . t' .1 .. no r ' , i . , , J . I'V wind ami rain. boo mum nepi. penceny level would be less alleeted by drought than when thrown up in hills or ridges. C ULTIVATIXC AM) HOKIXfi. It was agreed by all that the ground should bo thoroughly pulver ized before planting, but a diversity of opinion prevailed in the discus sion relative to stirring the earl!: du ring me growin oi me corn, it was urged that tho soil should be fre- queutly and deeply digged with the cultivator and horse-hoc until the shooting of the ears. Others would use tho cultivator only at the (irst hoeing, completing all subsequent cultivation entirely with the band hoe, confined to the cutting up of the weeds' and smoothing the surface. " The reason given for deep and constant stirring of the soil were chiefly these : The weeds would be more completely subdued. The soil would not become hard but being kept light and porous would active ly absorb fertilizing gasses from the air and rains, therein- adding ereat- ly to its fertility and kecpim; up that lernieiitatioii so necessary for tne ally cut off tho roots. This was the main argument. Your reporter is not achampion of either side of these discussions but only endeavors to lay down the complete argument. It was rejoined that deep hoem Have we a Congress? Things begin to look equally. A gov ernment dollar is worth but 55 1-2 cents ; sacculation in running up the prices of tli necessaries of life even faster than the government paper runs down ; the wcnlili of Ilia country in passing from the many to the few, and the laboring classes ire becoming tli.-jiiiiteil and sullen ; and eon'TeRs Im.i neither the wisdom nor the I . .1 . .1...I ...... that corn is a hardy plant .andiM,uS 10 nuoPl ,!,e "'"" J 1 ... ... . i .u ti iiitinl lo avert me crisis to which mi should cease with a good stirring just before the (shooting of tho ear and aerial roots, but that experience showed by the rapid growth of corn after deep stirring that the cutting off of the fibrous roots was of no in- quickly repairs tho damage by send ing forth a greater number of fi brous roots than before, that this complete repair may be seen by ex amining the mots in a single day af ter deep digging. Tim rutabaga and cabbage are similarly constitu ted, yet it is most valuable to dig deeply or spade between them du ring their growth, that the roots which reach downward and many which run along the rows especial ly tho deepest are not cut oil' but suslain tho hardy plant while nature shoots forth anew with increased vig or. Corn plants will cross the bot tom of ditches kept open and quick ly send up their roots, so as to hold all the soil at the same distance from (he surface, as if it did not take this' circuitous method of reaching it.j n fine it was a benefit to compel the! efSI lliese tSiiiig-s tend. Li'lecl congress stum to he oblivious alike to these, fuels find to l he growing dis.-rtti.-fiU'tion of the peopl Thr-. m,iTiU..rd il.-vntit themselves to noli ties or speculation outside of the eapitol, io tliHl it is difficult to get together a quo ruin fur legislation, and tliu treasonable unions' their number, je;in2 this drift of tiling", lukc) courage to speak boldly for pence with tiMttors nnd for conceded dis union, nfter nil we have suffered in this great struggle to defend the nation ; and ufler several days of excited discussion as to whether members shall be expelled for talking tri-uson, the lame conclusion reached at last is a mild vote of censure. Throughout the country tho sympathi zers wild treason grow bolder day by day. and in Mime places at the west have the coiini!e to attack the soldiers of the roots to rim more i eeon'. fhert withstandim? dromrht and rcae.him'l while on duty. the manure beneath the decaying in verted sod, while they would never fail to occupy the surface soil. Ifenee the advantage of pricking out. and I ransplaudng many vegetables so of ten practiced. SrcKKiti.vtj. Congress has been more than four muiiihs in session ; what has it done? What solitary practical measure of any importance has it perfected ? It devotes PRINTING Job Puinting OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT THE STANDARD OFFICE. one day in every week wholly to bun combe ?iierche, mid uses up nearly ev i i v mlii'i' dav in t lie same wnv. It is This I urin Mas applied to rtmov-.rcndy . tnough to pass fine resolutions nig (lie sliools at (he base ol t!ii'';.-liiist siaiaas wen as upon uio sides. Jterej.,, n illi'invllu r,!' 1.1.1,, ....,...:t,..1 i' ,," : 1 l"l :iUU -iput them down, but when it comes to I lie usual practice was to omit pull-1 . , . . , , . , ,. , , . ,' practical measures witliout winch there mg (lie suckers. Is a lure was to have!' , . , , her own way not interfered with bv can bu S'm'"' " hn,li "nd fi,umblfis anil postpones, ana nets us il it uiu not rebellion and shivery, and to the resources of the cuuntry to mistaken aid of art. Man v however remove the suckers at the has.- oflinow wl,ut mu-;t be ,,,np or knowing the stalk as taking roof, they to noihad uot the pluck to do it. The anti purpose, greatly exhausted the soil slavery amendment of the constitution is and stole away nourishment from (he!,, pieat and needful tnea iire, but it can main stalk, it has been previous! 7 1 ,.. ,.,,ii,i, i, m,.il,mni.ili,l t.efm-M th stated iatl.it report that tho pol!cn)nnon ,ias lfse( (Uf. C1.y of its fllt(... ol the sucker however, produced la- ... , , ., , , .. , j , . - 1 I r i , , -uiu ii i.iuuiii uuiic a ii uiujr icii ,iiut; n.i, ! HL l.u II Liinu.uu lie.' UUC!,. . , , , - . , ,.,,(,.,, l;,,,. , c 4 , j ,.! nrs iii t'le successful overthrow ol tee j ii wii .nun:, .iuv ui uiu i .i,i eiiiiiie.s wij (he cob, making them fill out when! rt'1""i"n- 1111 t!,"t is 8cl,,evcd " w,,i (he jio! lea of the main higher stalks l""'"' ,iko tho LcaP of resolutions and j may have been blown or beaten oJl! ('iccIamatKins already accumulattd, mere l :. . l l ! . irii , : .l . T .1... 11........ .... ... or winii aim rani, nnoois ior lorm- l,nil,mM'i. iu. uci mo nou.-o mi ingears in rich ground aro sent forth th" iimendinent by all means, but waste from the lowest to the highest joint, (no lime upon it, or upon any other the highest one, if the stalks areiator not immediately connected wilh thick, is the only fertile one, if thejiiie limit and fearful work onhnml.the .i..i. .... i i .i ' aiivs siauit singly several are pro-'OVl.rt1)r0lV 0f ,i18 rebellion ,i,,t:,.r i ,., i.;,,i,,.r.(. i...i i i 'nil""- in' ni:iiifi, km i. uiu uojiei laort. 0f u one is sure xo nil mc best, general I v grows the largest and ripens soo es A month eless talk in congress will put gold up to 200, inflict remediless i .i i 'I'i.a ni, .1 .iii ;uauni''u upon uie ousuuss oi mo coun- jiiii; ii'nii ion uiies .'iiiouei uei n .. . .... 1 1 .1. ..,....!: I,,. ,....!, IL.I careiiilly removed not injuria" thei"'' "J""u,i""'D i'"i"- stalk and thus saviuir lionrishiuent to;ay conceivable catastrophe will be pos- (he productive ears. On the con-r'ble. trary it was urged that removing the suckers makes excessive labor to little or no prolit. Nature would keep down and allow (he abortive ears to wither, sending the nourish ment where needed, or produce a valuable nubbin. Again one leaf grows from each ioint, allcrnat closely clasping until it reaches the leal above, w the stalk formi There is still one source of confidence left. Wc b-.vc larger and belter armies i ban ever before, with leaders of tried ability and courage, and at length a unily of plan and movement under n single guiding ruind. The Salvation o! the Union now rests with Gen. Grant and Ida veterans. All that congress can l ..u U n. ';... ,'il, i w In furnish thfi 'sinfiwa id nap.' unit 1- H It, lllll,. I ...... era broad ami beaut i- leave the g' ner.ils nhmc Let a tux be fid libido, which by its curvature neuri Vvii.d Eutlicient to save us from ira the .slalk, gives a receptacle for l'ie'nerili;n,. nationnl bankrimtev. and then l o J water of rain, or drops of dew trick ling down the leaves. This water full of amouia absorbed by the stalk gives rich nutriment. Now if these and ceases to grow luxuriantly. Mr continued growths of the plant. This suckers are pulled oil' the re-eptacl ileep stirring ol (lie earth kept, the j is injured and o loose ami allowed it to be Idled up with innumerable root-hairs ol rapid growth an 1 quick reproduc tion when broken or dissevered which taken up by their stomata the nourishment from lhe ready soil. Again deep and constant stirring of the earth kept it moist. A man dig ging the soil around plants with a congress may either adjourn or amuse itself wilh president making at the ex penso of the people. Hut let tho es sential thing be done, and at once, or io stalk often dries :tIlG P'P' v;ul oon be praying fur a j Cromwell to drive the national legisla- rarr stated that he watched withj.ots from their seals nnd lake in hand rreaL interest the Held of lie v. Mr.jilm work thv persistently nr?Wt esidilig in West-I S.irinnfuhl RenuMican. I I - LAUUC AKIIIVAL OI' FALL AND WINTER COODS. ALVIN 110 VKY luis lately retiiinod from llonton with die tn-pest slock n( GihiiIs dial wns ever linuiulit to die town of Albany, and lie is im-pare ' to sell tlicm at us low a litrure the times considered as lie ever sold in Ins lilc. His stock is not merely die largest ever brought to the town, our il is one oi me oest ever ill his store, and those that Hie in want of desirable and fashionable Kali ami Winter Woods had better come now nnd get them while they lire I'liii'. Now is the time. Do not wait till every one has had the first chance, but come now. II is stock consists of all kinds of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, the best of Prints, Detains, Silks, Ladles' Cloths, Balmorals, Hoop Skirls, Sh;iwl., Cloaks, Lin nen, Sheetings, Tickings, tkc He has an excellent assortment of GENTS' FURNISHIN3 GOODS, Hats, Caps, Hoots and Shoes, Flannels, Doc bkins, liroadcloths, Cassimeres, .Shirts, ivc. Ci'clceiy, llardwavc niul O lassware, Faints, Oils, Varnisfc, Nails. Fluid, Kerosene Oil and Lamps. He lias also a largo assortment cf choice FAMILY GIIOCE1UES, Siarai", Molasses, Spices, Teas of all kinds, Fish, sailed and Tickled, To' mcco, Crackers, and in fact everythiinr that the heart can desire anil needs, and all which can be had "or cash down or rcadv Pay Just give us a cull ami look the Goods over ami yoc wiu. sriu:i.Y lit' Y. West Albany, Oct. In, 1863. NEW GOODS! It'ST rceieved bv die Subscribers, a more cx- i r I tensive assortment of Goods than have been . i... i ........ i ,t , i... .i...... oneieil in lilis niarivei, alio ii nccinc u kit Their slicivc's and counters are lilled'widi them! '?wimt to sell them for the PROFIT, and you Their back store is crowded with boxes, and I WI" flml monK tllcm barrels, and kegs. The Halls arc covered with VJHttt Sll RflMMnN nFISINES WORK DONE CIIEAPEll THAN IT EVER HAS Ii E E N YET. IVesli .A.ri'ivul r Now Goods. J. Y, GREEN Ilnviiift purchased the entire stock of MEDICINES, ALSO PHOTOGEAPHS AND AMimOTYPEH. J. W. STEVENS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY KWsWir And Store ot CIIAUIJ3S W BALDWIN, lirOULl) say to the citizens of Orleans Coun- V ty mid vicinity that he has a good assort ment of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Powder, Hair Oils, Pocket Knives, Hair and Tooth Urushes, and Fancy Goods generally kept in a drug store. Also, n good assortment of Letter, Note, Ilillet, Sermon Taper, Knvel opes, School aud Miscellaneous and Toy books, TOYS m YANKEE NOTIONS, CONFECTIONERY, TRUSESri, SUPPORTERS, fcC. riiysieians' prescriptions carefully compound, cd at all times oi the day. Orders by stage mail or express carefully attended to. Particu lar attention paid to orders for books. The subscriber having had about eight years experience in the drug, niedieino ana paint business, is, he believes, fully prepared as far as experience is necessary to Keep u nriiir sroru in such a manner as w ill merit the roididcnco and imtronaL'c of the imblio gcnerallv. believing that one bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, helms udoptedtur his motto CASH Oil HEADY fAY AS YOU GO, former cxiicriencc havinif taught him that it is belter for both buyer and seller. Give him a call and see for yourself. J. Y. GUEF.N Formerly of the firm of Hoyt it Green, St. Joiiusliiii'y. Newport, Oct. 10, 1SG3. A WHOLE CARGO LANDED AT W A L WORTH'S. l ESSItS. G. II. WALWORTH & CO., AHE J.T1 now rceciviii'j their New Goods, eoinpii- F CRAFTSIiUKY COMMON, has lately com pare favorably wilh die best tiiy ekyliglits, and is now milking sonic of the most splendid Pho tographs and Anibrotypcs to bo had of unjr ar tist intno country. Copying from old Flcturoa clone to order, and many times those superior to the original can bo OOIIIIIICU IlL I.ril 1 11 J K e-iieiiv. x uvrv nminn I'hotogratihs of themselves or their friends will do well to patronize him, in preference to going out of the County. Let those who aro nlsiut to enlist give him a speedy call. Kcmember that Stevens' Photographs arc not to he excelled by thoso ot any artist in the country. A good assortment of ii jJtTsrriJiM: also kept on hand at his shop. North Craftsbury, Dec. 10, 18G3. AND HORSESHOEING JXnr.S 71. I IIILIX is alive yet and Mill holds forth at his well known Mhop ready to accommodate and to benelit the public with his unciiial!cd work, cither in making new things or rcparing old ones. He has been in Irnsburgli for many years and his work is well known, und wherever known it satisfies, for people that come onco are sure to conic, twice. IIOJSi:-MIOI.IJ done at short notieo and in die best possible manner. He has a Slioer that cannot lie beaten in excellence of work in Oi lcans County if iudecd he can be equalled. ttjf F.vcrvthinif taken for pay excejt mutuy Irnsburgli, July 12, 1803. 30-ly FUMITUKE. L. 3V. CIILiVlL,KIt, VT tho Orleans County Furniture Hooms, lu m iii. i n: Mrs it i u.iiM;, Barton Village, still keeps on hand every vari ety of Furniture, consisting of Parlor mid Cham ber Suits, W o I'll s , BLACK WALNUT AND MAHOGANY Stulletl Cliuiits, Also Olllee, Dining, aud Kitchen Cliairs, lied steads and Tables of all kinds. A large assort ment of Minors, Wool, Hemp and Oil Cloth Carpctinir, Straw Matting, Mattresses, Feathers, PAPER HANGINGS, Window Curtains, and Fixtures, aud every stylo of Picture Frames. I am ulmoi,t daily in receipt from Boston, of all kinds of desirable Furniture, which are se lected w ith the most scrupulous cure, and I ain not going to be outdone eilher in style or price by any one in Northern Vennoiu. Any one wlio will patroni.e me once will not hesitato to do it again when anything in my line is w anted. I keep my warehouse for the PUBLIC BENEFIT. The attention of the people of Orleans Cotintv is urgently so'icited to my largo stock of Furni ture. ALSO, I am agent for WILLCOX k G1HBS' cele brated Sewing Machines. Call and sec them, II. C. BELDEN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, BAUTON LANDINO, VT. C. 15. DAVIS, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC I PHYSICIAN AO SURGEON, OLOVKB VT., OFFICE AT N. M. SCOTT'S HOTEL. Dr. D. refers to tho citizens of Sutton, Vt and vicinity, with whom he has had an exten sive practice during the past four vears. also refers to the llonneoputhie. Physicians throughout Caledonia County. josepiTfTates, 2d7 AOEtiT, FARMERS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, MONTPELIER, VT. Will obtain Policies of Insurants In mh "Stock Companies" at lowest rates. All business promptly attended to. Otllccat Residence, DisuiiY, v r. 48:3ui WILLIAM PITCHER, HORSE TRAINER AND DEALER, WEST ALBANY. Informs the public that he always has good horses to sell, and that ho is ready at all times to break and train horses, and has'a good stable fur their accommodation. 42 "GROUT & MSBEE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, OFFICII AT 1IAKTOM AND NEWPOHI. Wm. W. Grout, L. H. llisbec, Barton, Vt. Newport, Vt. fl;T Special attention paid to the collection of all claims against tho government. O. W. TOim, Jr., ATTOHNEV A.T LAW, AND PRINCIPAL OF ORLEANS LIBERAL INSTITUTE. OLOVHII, VERMONT. B. F. I). CARPENTER, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. CUAFT8KVHV, VK11M0NT. UTOfflcc in Hand's building. desirable things, and which the people of this county rvn;srr HAVE, and which we ure willing lo sell at the lowest possible ligure. The times are hard and wo are willing to sell for small profits, for by scllingjfor small profits we expect to sell many more goods than we should if we held them high. We shall sell . VERY LOW FOR CASH. Cash down is better fur the. seller mnl licl'pr fnr the haver. Our rfmi.u consist of the n -mil vn. i all colors for trimmings, ricties'inul slvh s of Ladies' Dress Goods, am! . I'rin's, look at tlam Prints, All Vool Delaines, Amines, and in fact everything that is suitable for Men's, Women's, or Children's wear. (New patterns,) brocade Amures and a great variety of other dress goods. The Ladies will fiud W.4Ti:iC PitOOF BI2AVE1E, niack nnd Drab Cloths for Ladies Cloaks and Capes, rcadv made Cloaks. A nice-assortment of SHOES, CLOTH AND LEATHER, for themselves and their children, Rubber Shoes. And we invite your attention to a NEW STYLE OF LADIES' JIATS, wilh a great variety of Plumes and Flowers of borne new patterns 01 O loves, ( i nuntlcts, Hosiery, Silks nnd Satins, Dress Trimmings. A NSW STYLE OF LADIES' HATS. Call aud examine them without delay. Pierce, ioniM-rlv minister, w h o carefully removed every sucker. He fomul suinewliat contrary to liis expeettitioa tliat .Mr. Pierce had a superior crop, lioih in iiiuuun iiiiu (imuii v, ami liroiiaii GENTLEMEN Will find it greatly to their advantage to call and examine our splendid stock ot II rr.s A.I CAI'S, licl'orc they uinlcrtake to purchase elsewhere. Wc have an endless supply of the-in . BOOTS AND SHOES. Our slock of Bonis and Shoes is immense em. bracing everything from a Gentieumu's coarse iioot to a babv s morocco. Two years, ago JcQerds was tried in New York fur killing liis falher-in-lavr, Wal ton, nnd acquitted. Soon after lie was O I j O j K I IV C J- S Our assortment of Ladies' Cloakiugs are superb. Also eapes of a very desirable pattern. Lut we cannot enumerate. To tell half we have woul till a whole page of III' Standard. Jn-t call and sec and satisfy yourselven. No charge made for showing Goodc, aud no ofleuce taken if you do noi ouy. ho would have had if lio litid nolW!! mrost-d him fur the killing o! suekercd it. BrHmcs Fn!U Tiuu s. Walton. For this lie was convicted uud 1 sentenced lo be hun.. The question CoiiN HUSK MATn;l;.--rfi:s. Corn, was carried up to the Court of Appeals, nii?K liuttresse.o, a.s usimllv made. hoe, would brimr. more moisture toian ciiual amount of fodder to wha"; itrilHl ,u"' convicted of killing Mr. Math- the roots in halt an hour than he could briiio; with a pail in half a day. Tli is was aecoiiipli.shc-d by the increased conductinc power of the soil. The nascent state of the. soil, which makes the great difference be tween its power in upl ine over the fall in promoting- reputation and rapid growth, was kept tip bv often and deeply hoeinir while if left un wtired, the soil .become hard, baked down, dry, impermeable to the fi brous rootlets, dead a.s to active fer mentation and Ui prodm-iiio- p o w e r. V . V I t 1 13 rr I 12 H . u K'ai amount ol nani-y art! the torn husks to fall o.Tclean. Thev manure had been applied to asistin will need tn r.n. t)lt-,-,iurl, t ;.. 1 ..1 . . '".-" '".i-ii ivi epiicr me ground open and in ac tivity, the empty corn bin would taunt the farmer with neleclim; the plain est maxims of deep ant! thorough culture. If frequenUtnd Jeep stir ring is not used then hilline becomes necessary, require the husks to be slit up hue wiih a jialehel, which is a rathor slow operation. A subscriber writes to the Amcriiiui Arrir,dturht that a much quicker method is to run the! matl-rilll tlll-oiio-ll n tlienvlim.r 1,;,,,, I which willkmick oir"oUtlio ha1diS',!,i,0rt'0U- ch behind then, parts. These will bo sejiarated iiij1,ley Wl11 d,i,s ouon' And if yu pauinjr over the '-sliaker," (.avi,i;r!rafl't'"lo!li"St them, tlicy will certainly prove your downfall. Louis XopAeon. which lias approved tho scntciic.-. Jeff ords must therefore fuller penally of his crime. March ut the head of the iilens of your m and then these ideas will follow and even thrice, and will 01110 out nice! ',e I10t make several visits after and soft, not equal to hair, of course, 'I' patient was out of danger ? was the yet an excellent material for beds, jquestion of a lawyer in cross examination - - ; of witness called to prove a doctor's bill, un-KNEY tttKAH. A Irieiid in one of our courts a few days "o writes us from the city of New York - replic.j lhe willlesii .j , ,, llP 1 i)VA Ainu Iiiiiin.l ..i 1 0 Ou the othersido it was said that! from Ahiemey xukX'X 7 '"T " lon6ashe .ooisot com cxtemlcd a great dis- for consumptives? Jam told that lame, tanners present testified ; one of the most celebrated phvsi tliat corn not over !u-.i i-i..!,,.- J.5,,1, ! ..: :.. i.-.i:..i ... ...1 ..-., ., w ......... ., iii.ii l n I I lj 1 i I L' .M ISC K . 1 Tit 11!- tton is vxrv 1 I 1 ill lUlll'HUIl," llll.-l. Iiait tieen removed from the soil with 1 treatment of eonsuinpti Mints :.. 1 . ,1 1 ., I .1 I Sydcny Smith observed a child strok ing and tickling the horny back of a small trreat. recommends it as fully equal Pet ''a'0'1. "What ara you doing that to cod liver oil, and much more pal- for, my boy ?" '-Oh! the tortoise likes ii atablc. If this is (i lllct, it is WOrih it I?ives him ttlcanrp !" wliw vnn mirrlit toots a foot more in lenuth and it was evident that the roots of after growth must extend several feet. contin nd c 1 ; J'i:: u i- V,,,WT' "-creased well tickle douou of St. raulVo (Oimmi.ii (ultugr o!l and lirrakmojithe value of this lu ted of cattle."1. 1 ... .1 - j , , , ,. of these roots by idtr!un.r ai.u.ist. I W UA -,r .1 .1 1,ie d,;a', unJ chapter." , - it r- - nv v. ,.1.1 ji e.n. CAIICl leill I the con. would uot injure it. Il 0f our readers, mcdin,! op lhe,-s wa- a arou,,-il.-ii,-t. tlJ coutinu-j i, this qi.esl.jo,,. Kacts are often ugl things, but false hoods are always uglier. Flour, Salt, Sugar, Tobacco, Crockery, Hardware, Crackers, Hubbur Shoes, Paper Hangings, Pork, Oils, Teas, Nails, Glassware, Hooks, liaising, Umbrella?, Lamps. IT Once more we ash you to call and see us, And come now. Coventry, Oct. 8. BGUHYAKD PENSION ASESCY, DEHUY LINE, VT, BENJ. H. STEELE, AGENT AND ATTORNEY. UT All military claims prosecuted and busi ness done directly with the departments. The requisite stiricuf examination can be made at tins iihie-e. STEWART & AYER, WHOLESALE & HEtAIL DEALEltS Batter, Cheeso.Lard, Eggs, &c, SO. 14 K.VNEIIL HALL MAI1KET, John U. Stkw.vht, linJTnT ILTAU Winds of CVmutrj I'rtiducc ssd-IIon Ouumiwin. Cloves, Ctuiiilkis, Hosiery, Dress Trimmings, various styles. Gentlemen will find u good assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, lints nnd Cans (cloth nnd fur) for themselves nnd Uoys, Shirts nnd Drawers', ready ninde or l-'hini-ls to make them. Yoa will also liud 11 .'land assort inent of CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, IlARIlWAIlF. AXD ltimil.y Grocei-ies, nlease examine them. Wc have- Rot tlie goods and shall sell them to meet the. times we intent say lor CASH but n there is notliin, else we can get we omit it, call ing such notices at this day a He mh-ju, neitiier do we eiioose to make any newspaper assertions about prices, believing an intelligent communi ty eim judge of liittt niuite-r for themselves on examination. GEO. WOTITIIINGTON & CO. Irnsburgli. (let. 0. ISiiii. N. ii. Wc keep constantly on hand r lou s t , s a ir, r i si i , . a i ls, a t JQKN D. WQilTHIHGTGN is mv agent for Irasbuii.-li, who will keep on hand a constant supply for those who ran make it more convenient to pui'viMsc of him than oi uie. Barton, April 24, 18(13. XVXITt- XSE IT ? That New suit of Hiioins at Newport, are crowded with persons 110111 nil parts of the County, wuul ing TEETH EXTRACTED ! Because he administers "LAUGHING GAS," A renr, kkliam.e, save ash aoiikdiile ax ksthctic, to prevent pain, and his extensive practice, superior faeiliiies, improved instru ments, and popular methods insure success in all cases. STEELE & ROBINSON. Att'ys. and Counsellors at Law, OFFICFS AT 11A11TON & I1EI1HY LINK, VT. Ken.). II. Steele, J. Harney Robinson, Derby Line, Vt. liartoii, Vl, ITT Pensions, Ilountii-sand nil military eluiiii' procured. E. COWLES, ATTOUSEV Ac Oi;.SCLI.OIt. COVF.NTHY, VKHMONT UTciifions, botiuties and Hineare of pay fur service in the United States urmy procured. I . V A I L , a o u:si: lloi, PENSION AHdIsOUSTY AGENT, lUASHt'KGII, VERMONT. C II A S . AITOincV W. D. WILSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AMI MCKNSI Il TO rr.ocviiE Xmjsioiif-i, 1 itmnties, AND A LI. MIUTA11Y CLAIMS. TROY, UHLEASS CoLSTY, YEHHoST. J. T. ALLEN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, KEWPOKT, VKIIMOST. ommz county Mauble Works T'HE undersigned having recently purchased L tiie Marble Shop lately occtipicel by Clark 15 & Oris, at Hartou, Vt., respectfully invites the people of Orleans and Caledonia Counties to call auU ex amine his stock and work before they purchase, as he is intending to keep one of the largest and beit assortment of ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, in northern Vermont. Also, his having a water privilege whereby he does all his polishing free of expense, a facility that no other shop in this vicinity possesses, ami uomg 1111 uie carvea ana ornamental work himself, lie in enabled to sell OKAVE STONES, MONUMENTS, TOMB TABLETS, and all works usually done at Marble Fhnps, at prices that no nuin can live at to lure his work dmif and pav his bills. Mr. Bowler has executed some of the best work in Orleans and Caledonia counties, while working for Clarke & Otis at Barton, during the last three vears. . 1'eoiile wanting any thing in the Grave Stone line will lind it to their advantage to write, or cull 011 J. T. OW LLU Barton. Vt. Mr. Bowler referes to the following persons for whom he has done work : Samuel Logan, Covcntrv; Oeo. Worthlngton, Irasburgh : Mrs. Skinner, Barton, Capt Bart- lett, Coventry ; Mr. S. Phelps, and II. Dm kee, Albany, Mrs. Dr. Mustn, Burton: M. Hitch cock, Westfield; Rev. Mr. Ferrin, Holland: Mrs. Dr. Pierce, Barton; John H. Kimball, Durum ; Mr. Coburn, Judge French, Craftslinrv; II. S. Toltnan, Greenslioro ; Dea. Martin, Peach- am ; Mr. Quimby, Lyndon, and many others. cornivH. A GOOD assortment of Collins and Caskets, of the liest stvlcs and finish, kept constant ly ou hand, and made to order by mCKtalll & L l.MSLli. BfiMnl. 0. KUi, kv4. iii.tf IlLuVTVIilS. VFl'l.L assortment of Blank Deeds, Writs, Citations, Marriage Certificates, Bills in Chancery, Legal Cap, &c. Lawyers will liud a full asMjrtmcnt ami at the- lowest prices. Call or seud. J. Y. OiiEKN. Newport, Oct. 10, MORE NEW GOODS ! 1 UST KECKIVEII, a large Assortment of T-jjitliow Dress (ioods ill great variety. Ladles' Flannel and Waterproof Cloths, Ladies' Balmorals nnd Hoop Skirts all sizes, Shawls and Cloaks, a large lot of Prints; Table Linen by Pte-c or Yard, Sheet ings, Tickings, Denims. READY FflADE CLOTHING, A splendid assortment of Gents' and Hoys' Hals and Cnps, Gents' Flan nels, and Keady Made Shirts, Doeskins, Cassi nieres, and Broad Cloths, Gloves nnd Hosiery, Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Yankee Notions, &c. TIIU WEST ASSOKTiUENT liOOrXS unci HIIOICK in the County, Gaiters, Balmorals, and Children's Copper-toed Shoes all Styles, Ladies' nnd Gents' Kubbefs, Umbrellas, &c. HARDWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASS- Ware, Paints, Oils, Putty, Glass, Turpen tine, Varnish, Cut Nails, Kerosene Oil und Lamps, Dinning Fluid, Lamp Chiinnies, W'ieks, shades, Ike. Also a lrcsli supply ot CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES F'lour, Pork, Dry nnd Pickled Fish, Salt, Dried Apples, Sugar ant! Syrup. Young Hyson and Jap pahesc Teas, direct from China, Coffee, Smoking and Chewing To bacco, of nil kinds, Figs and Raisins, Soda, Cream Tartar, Crackers, Confectionery. School Books, Stationery, Paper Hangings, ike. HOP SACKING, 44 inches wide, weighing 1 lb. 4oz. per yard, ami BF IlLAPS. for dry cloths, for sale at a VLHY LOW F IGURE FOR CASH. The Goods have been nvrcfully selected, and the public are respectfully invited to call aud inspect them uclore purchasing eisewnere. NYE & KELLAM. Irasburgh, cSpt. 1, 1863. AYHO IS IT ? Supplying so many with BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Where is the Dentist in Orleans County who spares neither time or expense to provide every thing for the comfort of his patients, and toper feet Superior Dental iterations f Cull at DR. PALMER'S DENJAL INFIRMARY, NKWPOBT, VT., Examine, compare, reflect and judgo for yourselves. TE. D WIN ELL at the old stand keeps con- stantlv on hand a good assortment of Fur niture of all kinds. Also a good assortment of Coffins. Glover, March 1, ISC4. 0RlWsPr6bATE DISTRICT. PROBATE COURTS will be holden at the Proltttta Otliee in Irasburgh, on Thursday of each week for the year eio-uing. MILIUS H. IX Lr.lt. Juti-ie. liasbuijli, Dee. 1, 1S3 1ST 23 "W DHUG STOKE, IllASDUllGII. JOHN D. WORTHINGTON. Respectfully informs the- public of this vicin ity that he has purchased and refitted the Drug Siore recentlv owned and occupied by L. II. WILSON, and intends hereafter keeping con stantly on hand 11 full und complete stock of the best and purest flriigs itnb SIfiaritw, EMPIRE SPRING WATER, Pave Wines and Lienors, A fresh supply of DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS, PQRTERl Biningcr's Choice Bourbon Whisky, EININGER'S LONDON DOCK GIN, Put up expressly for medicinal use, CHOICE CI' It HA NT WINE, PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STUFFS of the best quality, Iateiit 3Ietlicinesi, &c. A new lot of Jewelry aix'l Fancy Articles, STATIONERY, mm ipaayiuiaBBY, TOILET SOAPS. Glycerine far Chnppetl Hands iftrd Lips, A new style of Ladies' Back and Side Combs, Dressing Combs of all kinds, Patent Iron Sew. ing birds, Smith's Skein Holders for tho lap, Violin Strings, I'ort Monaies, wif 4 mwmmm mm m m tolVl mJmmlr Smmtm4 und old Styles, " HOOFER'S AROMATIC CACHOUS, TOBACCOS OI'.'ALL, KINDS. POCKET CUTLERY, Tatent Cigar Pipes, Fancy Briar Root and other varieties of Pines, CI pars, Confectionery, Ac. Ex tract Lemon and Vauilla, for cook inrfpnrposcs. Apples of fine qnalitj , Ac. BAY RUM of the BEST QUALITY. All of which he will sell Cheap ioi Cash ! Irasburgh, Feb. 24, 18G4. MILLIMY & DBESBUDH. ItlISS J. C. KETCHOI, Of East Craftsbury, would Inform her friends that, with an epcbkiknced mii.i imeb to assist her, all work left at her shop will be well and lasninnamv (lone. NEW STYLE Tatterns constantly on hantl. Dressmakinsr. Machine stitching, Braid work &c., elone in A style etpnil to any. Particular attention will be (riven to straw work.bie'aching, repairinir, &c. l)iife-reut sii d uitxKs lor tkniiieis ana il.tt.-. TRY I'S ONE AND ALL. Lire and let live.' is our motto. A uppl t Milliiicrr g-xiels eoiist.intly on hand. Shopi-iH.ii i5lh "( April. I7:3w