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Smoke roR the Cube ov Wounds.
A correspondent ol the country Gentle man, recommends aiuoke as a cure for The New Moumon Temple at Salt Lake Citr. That which strikes erery observer of the temple is the very re- ' Anecdotes of Commodore HulL BT CAROLINE H. PALL." In tbose faisoffdayi when Gen Hull lived at Newton, surrounded by as many children and deDendentS at the Sood old . . . t.....i,. ipf hleedins freely, held it over a Dam K.p.n.1 well to do, wrote to know if h, minulei .he bleeding stopped, the smoke the .ton., large, well .elected, property would take one of them off his hand.-! was removed and a tend. applied to j'ed with innumerable, arches, upright Sow like the good old lady j..3t alluded protect it from acciden.ul blows. The .! in on com, .,, , to, our general no sooner brushed a a warm j o "ever suppurated, and consequent frora his upper leaihew.than he fiiundj'y nr pained me. I have seen the .k, t:nM:n ;nr,ii m iwliptti.' remedy tried in evera! similar cases, and i. i i ;i otiH hiwhva with tin mm refciilra. I, pi if " lw u,i - . - t -110 IlltU FCfni Kino niiu - J - " - - , , . Ir...,t..r ,m.nW lht no liniment nr S8V ZOO t)V 1U leet. 1 SBW anCUISlUR ounds in men and animals. He says : markable solidity of the stone work. It "I cut my foot with an axe. The lad, "PI"" 10 06 ,a,u luerB 10 of the bouse, selling the foot while it was thousand years, furnishing an unyielding support to tne imtnenae uuuuing mm i I his foundation are large, square blocks of granite, brought fifteen miles, and it is of similar stone that the entire structure and rosettes ; he had seven gi lr. f lifa .wn anil Iia rlid not finite know what to do wi.h this other boy who!alve, drawing or healing, should be np-:V.ew of the upper portion. The ttjlof Uiiht come from the land of wooden nul plied. You have merely to smoke tliejarcnifectiire is snmewna. novel, me megs : so he answered his brother's let- wound well, and nature will do the rest, j front view show, three tower.-, the center fe ' 1- . .! ..I..- 1 sl. iU.A .t tUa e'.Aa ter by the reticent phrase, 'I'll think I suppose that the smoke ot burning wood,"u,c eievmcu would pioduce the same results, but it 1 tie rear enu presenis a view ui w..cC would not be so manageable. There is a towers also, the side walls being strength- principle in the smoke of wood, which with pinnacles, lhe walls are lolly, ana the entire air of the building, as repre about it.' Standing one night jut at sunset be fore his own door, the stage-coach drove up, and. tiny fellow dropped from hi.-jwhen applied to the flesh, coagulates the perch on the box. albumen, Uus rendering it unsuscept- 'Uow da tou do uncle ?' said he. 'Who ; 'le ol putrelaction. I he same principle are you?' said the general. 'I'm Isaac Hull,' said the new comer, 'and I've come to live with you.' 'Whew I' whislled the general ; but Madam Hull came out, and canting a motherly look on the small creature who stood there with his bundle, took l.im in to a snug corner of that capa cious family nest. They tent him to school, but be would not learn. In vain Muster Ptlhamdid his best ; his whole heart was set on going to sea. One day Gen. Hull bad a merchant captain to dine with him, and he told him of Isaac's desire. 'To please you,' said Capl Scott, 'I'd do almost anything ; let us see the little fellow.' Isaac was sent for and came into tbe room, pale, peaked, puny, and under the ordinary size of a boy of twelve, stops bleeding by coagulating the blood. It promotes healing, and may be applied with decided benefit to all ulcers, wounds and cutaneous diseases." Shall wk have a Titled Aristoc racy ? Sneers, like curses, sometimes come home to roost. May not a day ar rive when this land of ours of which a young emigrant said some years ago, that it had "no lords but the Lord God Al sented in the view I saw, is imposing. There is no excess of ornament. All is substantial, dignified and impressive. The building is not for the use of the con gregations of the people but for the priest ly ordinances of the church. The people in their assemblages will meet in another building in tbe rear, of which I shall speak. The work on the Temple build ing appears to be suspended now. I saw no workmen, and I was informed that no 1. finite period could be assigned for its mighty" shall be infested with a tilled "'"l"""""- 1 i-. i.. .1- r s. .1 .. aristocracy. We are tending that way. niiineuimeiy m 100 rear 01 u 19 mo We have got from Commodores to Ad-ueSin"inS of 'he tabernacle, a building mirals ; plain "Mr. President" has beeni,ltendl!(1 for t,,e gathering of the people, completely superseded by "your Kxcell-jlt is projected on a large scale, and on a ency, and we talk tamiliarly of the "higher classes." Tawdry liveries, em- Whew !' said the captain ;' blazoned panels and sets of crested liar very peculiar design. It is to be an oval building egg.shnped. I was told that the interior would correspond to the 'if I take him, I shall have to carry a Iness flare in Central Park. We are un-8nape of an egg. At present 52 massive nuss !' 'No you wont,' spoke up the fu ture commodore ; 'I can go in your cabin, aud take care of you and your things ; tee if I don't 1' Well, Capt Scott took Isaac, and il chanced that on the very first voyage they ware cast away, when Isaac's dex- willing to believe (hat this free country jabutraent of solid masonry, 10 (Vet by 4 can ever be Europeanized. It has been,,!et b1,ow tue exterior line o! lhe struct our hope always that it would America,, ' F,om t,,e ,0P of l,lese hutments iu Europe. But it is nevertheless cer-i ll,e oval roof wil1 8PrinS- Tl,e floor wil1 oe oval, uownwarus, seaieu wiiu rising seats, as an amphitheater. There will be no close-built walls. As the building tain that clan pride is making tremendous innovations on the theory of equality up on which our political system is founded 4 N ACT relating to closing the affairs and ii. reduemlng and paying tbe bills or notes of I tlie franklin county uiiiik. It it hereby maeled by tht General Assembly of tut state of Vermont: pec. 1. The not entitled "An Act Incornora ting the Franklin County Bank," Approved No vember 12th, 1849, lit hereby so amended as to limit tne lime cliirlnu' wmcn sniu omiK shall con tlnue anil have succession to the first dny of June, 1 ), instead ot tne Ill's t uuy ot January, 1867, as limited in mid act. jSvu. 2, Said bunk shall an noon as may be Rnd within twenty d;iys fintn the pasmigeof thin act, cause a notice of the same and of the pur pose of snld bunk to terminate Its existence on said first day of June, 1805, to be published for tne periou ot six mouths or until suiu lirst day of June, in each newspaper printed in this State. und in the Boston Journal, a newspaper printed in the city of Uostmi. In the State of Massachu setts, and in the New York Times, a newspaper priiiicu in the city ot Icw xoi'K. haul notice shall also state that all bills or notes of said bank not presented for payment before said first day of June, 1SG5, will not be redeemed and paid by said bank. And alter the publica tion of su id notice as herein directed said bunk shall not be liable mid shall not be held liable in any court of law or equity in this State, to re deem or pay any of its bills or notes not present ed for redumption or payment beforo the time 11 xeu 111 this act; ami any omuls, which may have been Riven by 1 he directors of said bank for the redemption of its bills shall not be held to be of biudiiiK force and obligation upon the persons executing the same, to redeem or pay any bills or notes of said bank not presented for redemption or payment ueiorc the tunc nxea in this act. Sec. 3. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved Nov. 22d, 1804. V OTICE Is hereby Riven that it Is the purpose Ji of the Franklin County Bank to terminate its existence on the 1st day of June I860, in pur suance of the provisions of the torcgoiuK act, and all hills or notes of said Bank not presented to said Bank for pavment before the first day of June. A. 1). 1805, w ill not be redeemed or paiil by said Bank. By order of lhe Directors. M. W. UKARDSI.ET, Cashier. St. Albans, Nov. 27, 1804. oO.Omos AMOS KIX.XES ESTATE. STATE OF V K ItHIOWT, Orleans District, SB. In Probate Court, held t Irashurjih, in said district, on the 30th day of November, A D. Warren Mitchell, Administrator of the estate of AMOS KINNK, late of Coventry, in said dis trict, deceased, presents his administration ac count for examination and allowance, und makes application for a decree of distribution and par tition of the estate of said deceased. W hereupon, it is ordered by said court, that said account and said application he referred to a session of said court to be held ut the probate office in saidlrasburgh.on the l'Jth day uf Jan uary, .1. D 1805, for hearing and decision there 011. And it is further ordered, that notice hereof lie piven to all persons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively iu the Orleans Imlipendi nt Standard, a newspaper published at Irasbiirgh, previous to suid time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at suid time and place, and show cause, if any they may have, why said account should not be allowed, and such decree made. 50;3w MILTON R. TYLF.K, Judge. A true copv of record. Attest. "MILTON K. TYLER, Judge. McCLARYS', Hat, Cap, AS U NEWPORT, A GOOD assortment of Collins and Caskets, of the best styles and finish, kept constant ly on baud, and made to order by HICK FORD & DWINELL. Barton, Oct. 6th, 18(13. ; 42:tf 11 o r r 1: jt . rrilE Hotel at Newport Centre has lately been 1 thoroughly repaired and furnished, and Is now opened tor the accommodation ot the trav eling nubile. (LJ Oyster suppers furnished for parlies at snort nonce. GEO. L. SLEEPER, Proprietor. Newport Centre, Dec. 9, 18(il 50in3 H. C. BELDEiV, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. MUIN DOE'S KAJ.LS, VT. W. D. WILSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND LICENSED TO I-KOCCKB Pensions, Bountlrs, and all Military Chums, TKOY, VERMONT. i Tna teri.y and care saved the life of his cap. iQur pf)rCvWln ()(ji(e Dew wiI)jis intended for the vast congregations, tain, and nothing more was ever said nbout nussing I' It was in somewhat troublous times that Isaac made acquaintance with the English, and no one could say he liked them very well. lie took out one of our ambassadors to Liverpool in the Consti tution, and our government ordered hi in to wait there six weeks for at.othei, who was on his rt'turn from the continent. Man, were the annoyances lhe I It lie man tad to suffer, from tbe saucy English of ficers who boarded with hi in at the Adel the gilding very shiny is getting a shell! higher every day, and will soon be out of sight of the common crockery, if it goes on mounting at its present rate. ventilation and light is looked to, and the building will be nearly all windows and 'doors. It covers a space of 225 feet deep by I7j feet wide, and is calculated to hold 10,000 per.nle. Here the teachers and elders will enlisliten the people, and uariijaldl it is not easy to conceive (leir un;,ej Bnuli W1 0 up- Ttle cos, anything finer, simpler, more thoroughly j, lf tlt,SfJ buildings must be immense. unahucted or more truly dignified, thuni uut M is co ibuted by members of the the man himself. His noble head ; hi, Mol mon church, in labor and money. clear, honest, brown eye; his finely-1 -r-0(.jr system ot tj,,jllg j3 adequate to traced mouth, beautiful as a woman's, and! tlK work. When I asked, "What is the only strung up to sternness when any-, estimated cost of (he temple and tiiber- pbi. One day be had loft the hotel, ami , t,,inS i"noble cr m,'an l,ad outrBSeJ S, nacle ?" I was informed with a smile, was going down towards his ship, whtn and, last of all, his voice contains a fas;' We do not calculate things in that way. nf ..n, r,.llnwt him wflrr.prh.n " ."uu..,, ,cu, uen u is ueciueu 10 uo any iniiig among and ieerin as they came. 'Who's that y0U k"e.W and fblt tbese "raCPe us, it is done without a calculation of cost, little fellow ?' said one, in a loud voic Don't you knew ?' retorted another, 'that with a thoroughly pure, untarnished na- each doing his part." .ture. The true measure of tbe man lies Thk Cat-Ask. The pultny days for me, I'll make you siig a Psalm you will remember P They thought of that when lie took the Guerriere. They had made kirn a midshipman, and he went right up. one, two, three, four I When Gen Hull was governor of Di- in th fnpt tbut tliniK-li bis lif.i ltaa Kmpt, u psalm-singing Isaac, from the state ol I . . , , . , 0 , , . . . "lira ui ,110 uuiucal UIIU UIOSI UIIIUI: , .1 r 1? . Connecticut. The Yankees have given I ,- ... - t cats were in the time of Laypt s power iicuii ycmeni", ins courage is nooui inei ,. c , , , r, him the biggest ship they've gol.' . , ,., . . as a nation, some five hundred years B. C. Db f o i very last quality uppermost in your mind in., , , Gentlemen,' said Isaac, turning round . M , '.' . . , ., . They were held there as sacred as dogs ' when you meet him. It is t.f the win- ... , , , ., , fiercely, 'I perceive there is soon to be . ,, . , . , , , or crocodiles, and death was the penalty r . nine softness of lus look and manner, bis! - , . . trnntiln twtwnen vonr countrv and mina : . . .. . . - . ... lor killing them. H rom their nocturnal ' i kind thoiii-nilulness lor others, Ins sincere nd when it comes, by tbe Lord that made . , a . ,. , , . J nilv litr il l cnrfiirinn hia irpntbnpae l.u r -j - o & modesty, his manly sense of brotherhood I with the very humblest of the men who had loved him, that you think : these are the trails that throw all his heroism ! into shadow ; nnd all the glory of lhe ! rnnntiHror tinlps hlom 1I10 cIihtiIm virtues troit, Isaac resigned his commission be-' f , ... , , cause tome foolish popinjay was promot ed over his bead. But bis uncle did not mean the country should lose a good officer by a boy irk freak. He stopped tbe resignation on its way, and when tbe war eame Isaac was promoted. How mad bis men were when the Guerriere attacked them. Isaac 5 a w that they were only cutting away bis top sails, and wouldn't let bis men return tbe fire. At last it seemed as if the atnmu- 'onwn lfr'e,,,ahUB?,ajinnve ed Isanc, remembering bis own and hi? country's wrongs ; and (bey I ere lhe Guerriere to ribbons. The American fired low, and tvery shot told. When Gen Hull heard this story, hi cheek flushed with pride, and when Isaac came horo he went out lo Newton to a grand festival. Through all Gen Hull's reverses, the commodore stood bravely Monotont of the Ska. There is nothing so desperately monotonous as tbe sea, and I no longer wonder at the cruel ty of pirates. Fancy an existence in which tbe coming up of a clumsy finback whale, who says Pooh I to you solemnly as you lean over the taffrail, is an excis ing as an election on shore ! The damp ness seems to strike into the wits as into habits and glos?y fur, the Egyptians deemed them symbolical of the moon, and a golden cnt was worshipped at Syene. Herodolm tells us some marvels about them. "Tbe Toms," il seems, in his lime, had a peculiar liking for making awayj with kittens a very fortunate thing, too, or the land would have overrun with cats. Crowning wonder of all, when a fue breaks out, the sole care of the natives is to keep tbe cats from it j to do which they post themselves as guards around the burning house, und take no thought for putting out the dames. A divine impulse, however, says the chronicler, seizes the cats ; they dart under lhe men or leap over ihem and fling themselves into the flames ; then great mourr.i ig takes possession of tlie lurid. If a cat tllA lllPltVtr malnliAa an 1 1 . . 1 nn.. scratch . .hn,.l,f fc.lf - . ',!Were f"nJ m 7 0W h th 19 - ' - , forlorn hope of fire, which only goes far enough to leave a sense of suffocation be- I lie defunct animals were carried into hind it. the lemplrs, where they were embalmed i 1.. .1 r r. , . , .mm Duiciutiiv ui-uiisuku III IIIB CUV Ol ployment instead of a solace. Who less likely to come to their wit's end than W. IWhastis. Specimens may be seen in Very different is Rome. A recent the British museum. j their fate at modern M. T. ami A IT. C 9 Y I t.- ..or, i..m a.-- - . c , j'raveler tells us Ihey are there as highly ihem driven to five meals a day tor! , " ' . , ... . . . , 6'teemed for culinary purposes as puppy mental occuDatinn. I innuiimn i t ,J j r r r iu pity Noah ; but even be had this advant-' jdogs in China. If you have a roast hare Li.: i-i . .. . - - published, the town of Fairfield, in Con- a2e 0v(,r all succeeding navigators, that, . . . . ,. . , uecticut. where he wa. born, gave him a wherever he landed, be was sure to t'.T m""e ' of "pussy public dinner, no face beamed biiehternn ;n f,.,m i, it- -i.u u l" Wfli More 11 came in, the chef than his nephew'. I . uo' llv uc M Isaac knew very well that lhe bean I08"0"'2" '- patron-saint of news which had welcomed the wandrring boy. PaPer correspondents, being the only man and the hand which hail led biin in the who ever had the verv W aiiilint;. path of duty, was neither the heart to j intelligence fr0m everywhere.-.tr'f , betray nor the hand to d, sgraoe h i 7aw&. l"18 fo AMOS KISSES ESTATE. STATE OF V K It n O N T , ORLEANS niSTHICT. SS. Ill Trotiate Court holtlcn at Irashurtrh. with.'n and lor said District, on the 30tli day of Novem ber A D. lNt4 : Warren Mitchell, Administrator of the estate of AMOS KINNE, late of Coventry, deceased, intestate, tiled in said Court his petition ill wri ting for license to sell all the real esrute of which said deceased died seized in this State, to wil; The whole of Lot nil mlit-r Forty Nine in Cov entry, Orleans County, Vermont ; and setting tortn us reasons therefor, tliat the persona I prop-: em- of said estate is insuthcieut to pay the dehts anil expenses of administration on said estate, and that a sale of a part of said real estate is ! necessary for the purpose of paving the debts and charges against said estate, and that a uart cannot he sold without Injury to the rest : Therefore, it is ordered liy said Court that public notice be given to all persons concerned therein, to uppeur before said court, at a session thereof, to be held at suid Irasbtirgh, on tlie 24rh day of December, A 1). 1WJ4, that they may give bonds for the payment of the debts and be heard in the matter of the administrator's account, ami shew cause why license should not be grant ed us aforesaid. And this order shall be published three weeks successively in tiie Orleans Independent .Stand urd, a newspaper printed at Irnstutrgh, in this State, the last of w hich publications shall be before the day assigned for hearing as aforesaid. (liven under my hand at the probate oltice, in said Ira.-burgh, this (iih day of December A. D. 180-1. 00:iw MILTON R. TYI.EIt, Judge. A true inpv of record. Attest, MILTON It. TVI.KH, Judge. SAMCEL WORKS' ESTATE. ST ATE o r V K it n OSIT, OllLliANS DISTI1ICT. 8H. At a probate court hidden at Irusinirgh, in the ' titorcsain District, on the am day ot December A. 1). 1804 : Henry Sinners, administrator of tlielestato of i; I MTTL'I W k.' 1 1W1.-..V i , .t.a.u u i .i, , viviv.-., uiie oi 1. 1 ai isour , necetts ed . intestate, presented to said court his petition in writing, praying the Court to grunt him li cense to sell all the, real estate whereof the said deceased died scizcil in this Slate, except tie rriaowsamcer inerem, out inciuiiinsr the rever sion of the dower, and setting forth us reasons therefor, that It will conduce to the interest all persons interested, to sell the whole of said real estate for the purpose of putting the money arising therefrom upon interest or investing the same in stocks, said real estate being described as follows, viz j All that part of Lot No, 12, in the 8th Range, which lies southerly of the south erly line of the farm owned and' occupied by William Trumbull in 181". And said adminis trator also filed ill said Court the consent and approbation in writing of all the parlies interest ed ton sale of said real estate: Therefore It is ordered by said Court that pub lic nonce oe fciveu iu an persons concerneo (Here in to appear lictore said Court at a session there of to lie held at the l'robate Office in said Iras burgh on the 24th day of December. A. D. 18(14 that they may be heard in the matter and show cause why license should not be granted as aforesaid. And this order shall be published three weeks successively in the Orleans Indroendnit. Stand. aid, a newspaper printed at Irusbnrgh in this orate, inc nisi ot which publications shall be be fore the day assigned for hearing as ufoiesnid. (liven under my hund at the J'rolmte Olliee In sa!J Irosburgh, this 6th day of December, A. V. 1CHJ-. Alia. ..upj MTtdYiM. - ' 50 Attest, MILTON It. TYLER, Judge. BEST PUCE TO' TO TRIBE. STEWART & AYER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BITTER, CHEESE, EfJGS, LARD. NO. 14 t'ASKUIL HALL MAIIKKT, Johx B. Btkwart, Ttrwrt W iOkouob A. Aviiii. ( 24 JiOSlON. Jj'AlI kinds of Country Produce sold on Commission. CRANK & B1SJ5EK, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. NEWPOKT AND NOUTH TKOY. W. D. Crane, L. II. Ilisbee, North Troy, Vt. Newport, Vt. ur Special attention paid to the collection oi all claims against the government. STEELE & ROBINSON. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. i okfices at bakton & niiiinv list, vt. i Ben). H. Steele, J. Barney Robinson, Derby Line, Vt. Burton, Vt. (D Pensions, Bounties and all military claims (procured. Largest, Best, And ibmi J. T. ALLEN, ATTORNEY.' AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ) NEWPORT, VERMONT. BOUNTY AND PENSION AGENCY, DEllliY LINE", VT. -BENJ. H. STEELE, AGENT AND ATTORNEY. I rj All military claims prosecuted and hni I ness done directly with the departments. The requisite surgical examination can benisdeai this place- COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Of tht sbra nsed Ottiu CI IAS. I. VAIL, ATTORNEY AND PENSION AND BOUNTY AGENT, 1R.ISHI ROH, VtKMONT. L. N. CIIANDLEK, JlEALEtt IN Al.t VARIETIES OV NEW F'ttftNlT-Wttt. At tba ' I Orleans County Furniture Rooms AT BARTON VILLAGE, ; Keeps constantly on hand a belter assortment of Furniture than can he found elsewhere in the County, Consisting in part of SOFAS AND STUFFED CHAIRS, WINDOW CURTAINS AND FIXTURES,. Oltn o"o Oltairsi Wool, Iliiiij) ami Oil Clotli Carpeting, PICTUKE FRAMES, St raw Malting, Mattresses, Feathers And all other kinds of Furnli lira llsnnllv tiwA in the country. KUUMiS IX N1i!riCM'S IIt'ILIlGJ ALSO, 1 am asent for WM.l.cnY n, ntnnai ..i. brated Sewing Machines. Cull and see them. JOHN D. WORTHINGTON ismynirent for Inisbiirirh. who in ir hand a unnstimt supply f,r those who can inak it more convenient lo purchase of him than ot me. Barton, April 21, 1SC3. E. S. COWLKS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW COVENTKY, VritMOVT. service iu the L'uittU Slat;) army prucin oninm county Marble Works 'PIIE undersigned having recently purehastd 1 tho Marble Shop lately occupied by Clark k & Oris, at Barton, Vt., respectfully Invites the people of Orleans and Caledonia Counties to call aud ex amine his stock and work beforethey purchase, as he is intending to keep one of the largest nod best assortment of ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, in northern Vermont. Also, his having swater privilege whereby he does all his polishing free ol expense, n facility that no other shop iu this viciniiy im-sc-scs, and doing all the carved nd ornamental work himself, he is enabled to sell ;UIt.VVE 6TONLS, MONUMENTS, TOMB TAIILETS, and all worl; usually done at Marble Shops, at prices thai no man cull live at to hire his work dotit and pay hi- bills. Mr. Howh r has executed some of the best work in Utlcaus ami Caledonia counties, while working fur Clarke & Otis at barton, during Ilia last un i-e vein s. People wni, tine any thing m the Grave Stona line will find i: to their advantage to write or ol on J.T.BOU'WH. llarnm, Vt. siw siioi: sjiop. I I I - WntLNCK A- CO. have opened a new of -,,r foi ; Sl""' """P Irashnrali, r.d thev i J'.itciid to i-.u-rv on lhe lami and Shoo hiituies'i IT TJiXl TNT IST? "CJ XT TH . T' E. DWINFLL at the old stand kee 1 r.m- stantiy on hand a gisid assortmeiil ot l ur !nitnrinf all kinds. Alson good assortment ot OF ANY STORE IN THE COUMH. ORLEANS PROBATE DISTRICT. nitOBATE COUtTS will lie hidden uttlir i Pr'iliatc Ottlce in Iriisliurgh, on 'lbursday of each week for the v.-Hr ensiiinir. MILTON K. TYLl-.K, Jwlqe. Imsburvh, Deo. 1. 18K). NEW MILLINERY GOODS. HS. A. K. FI.KTCIlbK liavinejut refnnird 1 I c. ...... it . .. t..,- . i. . ,c f .ii i i ! Tt ... . . - . , , i' t iiimii ijiisiiiii wiiii IP i inn Sim rdiiiuiiii oumgcugugcuiu mm urBCO' '" "V.I Winter UikhIs, oilers Hum at a mtirb lower jpricethan she could have done hail t hey been ooiignt a ween larer. Lanics wiinng m im-l a full assorinieni of Flowers, HibSons, Laces, Dress Iluitons and Trimmings, Gloves, e's. Pompons, Ostrich Feathers, Nubias, ChtUIrei.'. Sacipies, and llreukfust Shaw ls, will do well to give her a call. Irasbitrgh, October ISth, 1SC.4. and meddling with no other, they are ena bled to watch the markets, make bet Mr bargains, and tout oaa Tbe amount paid into lhe Slate trees " yRJ tbe Stale' attorney for this counlj There has been an extensire raid A Nitcral MtSTAKE. In a recent speech, General Logan, ol Illinois, related llowing Pat anecdote, which brought down the crowd : . I "A coupla of Irishmen who deserted in r . i . irom me reoei armies, ana rearned VprtTpnnpa W. Indrn il,ni nn I? .'.-L. l .. I .. u ii-.M, iuai vii i- ima, ihni Charles P. Marsh. En., of .hi. .ill..: i'swiff rnmJ. r, I "'"go during the Lonvent.on, heard, at Iwinj the proceeds of his rfficc, exceed.- Lrl aboui : V K.,..t. r . i. ,1 "'S1'1-KJrnJe'i' nd others making speech bymore.lanone.ho.mnddolla.s.hein!,8,,? "barreli f CM es in favor of .he South. 'Pat, d'ye came of ,he whole Stat, beside. U 'J'0" h'd dlS"r P"' V.r-kn0lr wl)ere ws m ?. S. lbs iresult of. faiihfulness to public trust icennes and intended for sale contrary to h-8rP n, hi. f .vv V i. .nd . fearlessexecutionot tbe liquor law the statute in such case made and provi-'J, thH r . rarely witnewd. Tb. Slate's attornr Ti - . -. j . . . ,n lhe feouth,;',' Conti.everacy.' Ah, 1. "idad. Isee how i, i. that thai' Coo- .STihVZ """I"" Din,';g""e bas taken new stand for the vi2..duc,or 81 I"'lle took off the wrong SX- iraS4 iD rU Prw'cuJio" "f . liqor law. .ndjend of the ticket, and we went the wrong DI DLEY WESTS ESTATE. (STATE or V K It il O , 1 OKLEANH DlSTIMPT S At a Probate Court held at Irasburgh, within and for said district, on tho 1st day of Decera- ner, .1. ii. iso-i Geo. K. West, adminlstaator of ih TT-II 1.-V H'T....... . . ..... . V ....1. ui jjiur.1 viEsi, late on roy, deceased, intes- i.ie, men in sam c-oiin n is petition in writing for liecnse to sell all of the real estate nf hih sithl deceased died seiued in this State, to wit; nvi... i, ii,,,, ui jjui uumour cseventy Iw-o in Troy aforesaiil. contaiiiinif about iv and about twelve acres from the easterly part of lot number seventy three, also lot number 74 in said town and an undivided half of Lot No. ii nun seiung inrtn as reasons therefor that the personal property of said estate is itisnffcient to pay ti.e debts und expenses of administration on said estate, and that a sale of a part of said real estate is necessary for that purpose and that n pur. cauuoi oe sold to advantage without the rc-t: Therefore it is ordered by said Court that puh. lie notice be given to all persons concerned therein, to appear before said Court at asession thereof to be held at lhe Probate otllce in said Irasbliru'll oil the 2ltk dav of Deceml.or a n lS)i4, that they nuiv sive bonds for imp nient of the debts und be heard in the matter "of j '"iiiiiiii-siniiorf aa-ountanu snow cause why license should not be minted as aforesaid : And tins order shal be printed three weeks successively in the OrUant Independent Standard a newspaper printcdat Irusbuigh in this State the last of winch putlications shall he before the day assigned for bearing as aforesaid. Given under my bind at the Probate office in Irasburgh, this 6th day of December, A. D w3 MILTON IL TYLER, Judge. A true copy of Ueord. Attest. MILTON R. TYLER, Judre. DJSlfcHlSLX- ALL T HAVE some of the best Pluw ever offered L for sale iu this place Those whs dabble in everything. NOT I11A.T VIST. Also a good assort ment ot Tinware for sale. I l jJCash paid for Hides and Calf Skins.XD j TEAMS TO LET I And job teaming done to order, nnd cash paid ! for Hides. SAMUEL STANFORD. Irasburgh, May 4, 1161. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUYr' r EH MONT STATE BONDS. I am prepar ed to issue ut par, with accrued interest, State Bonds, payable with interest seiui-auiiu il ly, at six per cent., and due in KS7S. The amount to be issued is limited to Si)l,000. The boiidg are for tj'.XKJ each coupons payable lsi June and December, at bank in Boston. Funds in payment for Fioinls may be deposited iu anv Bank in this State to my credit. On receipt til advice, bonds w ill be forwarded in directed. J. B. PAGE. Treasurer. State Treasurer's Office, Rutland, Nov. 21, 1804. 4Swo -,i till or is- virions I. rain lies. 1 hey June now 1. 1 their eiiidov iwool the verv best workmen i In re are in tin- county. Tliejr will uso none but t'ie liest itmtcriHl, aud all work done i-y tin in will be win runted or no . sale. The vjl liii'e h is ..i ' been destitute of a first class Isjot ;oid sh.K- sliop, and how that one lias been i" ii' d here, w e ask tin- lilieriil p,:trianiL'e of the ;iuh!ic, u lung us e build what is here adver tised. April 12, lsii',. " I ;M i" ii 'it'rHTx 'rf TO PENSIONERS AND BOUNTY CLAIMANTS, 'piIE und -rshrned woiibl give notice that he 1 w ill Hive particular attention to lhe jirosecu i.n of all claims iirisingiiutofthe military ser vice otlbi: country. Uhvihk lieen in tliescrvice and siinc his nturn having successfully pro. cured the allow ance of a large number of hen- iotis and ui.piu .nioi.s for bounty and back uav. he claims a knowicdirc of all that is necessary tor tlit- success of each ca-e, however intricate.1 Ir. J. F. Skitincr has bt-cii appointed examining siirucim bv the pension fuireati, hence the ne ccsvary inidu-al cx unination for invalid pen sions can be made here. WM. W. GROUT. Barton. Mnv 3Hth, 1 Sf! I t PHOTOGRAPHS At everything Is getaf A 3l 15 1 1 0 rT Y X K H . J. W. STEVENS, OF CRAFTSI1URY COMMON, has lately bum him u splendid skylight thai will com pare favorably wuh the best city skylights, and is now making some of the most splendid Pho tographs and Ambrutypcs to be bad of any or-ti-t iu the country. Copying from old Pictures done to order, and many times those superior lo the origna) can lfl obtained at trilling expense. Those wishing Phoio.'i aphs of themselves or their friends will no wen to patronize him, fu preference to going out of the County. Lei those who are about to enlist give him a speedy call. Remember that Stevens' Photographs are uot to lie excelled by those of any artist in the country. A good assortment of iLT.itrrLJiti3 also kept on hand at his shop. North Crallsbury, Dec. IU, 1SI.3. lb? Til 1'IIE undersigned having gained from experi ence in u mnit number of difficult cases, a Up. Up. Up. IMPORTANT TO PENSIONERS AND KOUNT V C L AIM A NTS. "iHARLF.S I. VAIL, attorney at law -. I,-as. ! thoruuch and practical know ledge of the busi- burgh, Orleans Co., Vt., is prepared to pn- ? ln,"" ','r,"s- Is l''v prepared to prime secute all claims against the National and State 'c s cc.-sstnllyn.t with rlispa.ch, all claim. Ooverumeiits for soldiers or their heirs. Huv-K T.'V ' LgT '. r ! K!",f.!' BountT irnr had a lartfn evierience and excellent s,-.!.r A llllF.A RS of Pay, of w hatever kind, due dis charged soldi'-rs or heirs of those who die in service or Irom w ounds received or disease con- cess during the past year in obtainingthc boun ty, ii n p.i y nnu o t; ii. s tons uu:, uiifiini puiuii'I . , .. . , . .. , , , , . , ,, and fathers: mothers, brolliei sand sisters ol .1- r: " f1" non " inlrnsicii lo Ids care will receive rronint (ueoiK loi aieii ai me couuiy seat tne certilicales jof the county clerk, which have to be procured and attached to each application, can be obtain ed easily with vetj little expense lo the nppli leant, and the claim can be forwarded to the de partment the same duy the application is made thus saving undue time and expense. The fol low ing persons aie entitled to pay f rom the gov crnmeut : 1st. Widows of soldiers are entitled to boun ty, oaca pay, and pension. It no widow the children are entitled to the bounty and back rwv and the children under sixteen years of age to P the pension. d. If the deceased soldier left nowidow nor children, then the heirs of the soldier are entl tieo to tne oounty and tiack pov in the follow, ing order: 1st, tlie father: 2d. the mother! .1,1 mr iMoiiiern nun shuts, 3d mid faithful attention. Charge for nrocunn pensions established by law at $.5,00: for pro curing laiiiiity and arrears of pay (ordinary ca. scs) jive pir citU. ol a in o u n t" received. No charge unless successful. If desiicd all the business can be transacted by mail with but little trouble or expense to the" applicant. Foil supply of all necessary blanks for drawing State and Allotted Pay, cc., kept on hand and fur nished together with any information desired, without charge. D. M. CAMT, 2d, Claim Agent, Derby Center, VI. Derby, May 10, l.4 21tf 1 I I OTOJlAlilS. THE sntisrrilicr has lately built s splendid suit of rooms for making Phoiouranhs in Barton, conlaimnir one. of tlie brst Lvli..l,i. in the iuouicrs, uroiners ana sisters (under lernue, and is How making some of the best Poo ls our motto. tograpln and Ainbrotypes to lie had of any ar- Jl any i nod p call. Copying Pictures made years of age) arc eniitled 10 a pension if depen- l..l , ... i j... , . I .. wiiih vii me ucecHscu soiuier ior support wholly or in part. 4th. Soldiers disabled on account of wounds or disease are entitled to pensions, and soldiers wounded in battle are entitled to a bounty, also soldiers mat have served two veurs or morn nr. entitied to bounty. Arrears of State nay due soldiers or inoi, beirs can be procured with facility. Claims r.f officers for horses and fuuipace lost in the nnli- .y -iiircuunruicu. lie is also prepared II is M n-. . f, a be,er.o....-i u-ictly pure. to draw the money on pensions payable in Sen. I and wi.i',,,ii,..i,t i. I... nn .,,n'l. Its lures will do well to give him from old pictures doneioordcr. in all kinds ol wc.iiber. J. N. WEBSTER. Barton, July 4ih. 1SG1 i"J 111 i"o .Inieo Grape. I CF.XUIXK TONIC FOR THE SICK, i V and a desirable oniric for Communion. Jtemlier and M.irih. 7' f!DCCU9JI P1C Itir ni rtlTV I promptly attended to. Apply to OH AS. I. VAIL Wlli.t.nUHvr0 MilC iLCn I la irs"ursn '-rieaus county, vennont. lr'ORREPONDENCE WANTED From a j lew young lames io the country. A tliou sand mil fnm home and my folks eone buik on me, won't you fair readers take pity on a poor tminunications br mad purity giianiniird. bile it does not cost only BSa'le'ETS AND EATS' L"teSl S,yle' for h-MtnVk, Mkw194, rm. And the time to pay for a thiog Is when you get it. ne half a inn. h other wines. Far sales the Xewp.n1 Urn Store. J. Y. GRELN. Newport, Juneil, 13M. 28 'AM"12D. )"riA 1 BS. of Vermont SNAKE ROOT. 'ijuii, . t j . . . . n . me. lam getting demoralized on account oi j y GREN. yoireeevingany ieltcrs from the fair sesi and XVpnrt Junell IS.-3 2S 1 1 hesr Vprmoni inii.il rn, it. r,. ..n...... 1' 1 M"r lam in the army of tbe James, living with tien. CTflUTP ll'tl CTfllT DIDf CHAKLIF. vlUILv MaU OIUIL nrt.1 Butler, and any letters directed lo LLIMUX. Bermuda Hundred, Va., will cer- t X rxcHl.nt a.vrrment of Conk inc and Psr- P'pe, now on nana alvis uovsr jwimy receive an answer. Copperhe.dj need U lor iwou, and .tore P I I X i J. a - pv,ai tmpr'TTMD.m. , .14 I Wst Aihaii J,irl lsVM