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MaNLIMXO COBKAFTKtt IT IS Ul'. Circumstances'sometimes render it im possible to thoroughly prepare corn ground before planting, and it is often advantageous to manure it alter it is up. Tlii rauHt be done at the lime of the first hoeing. A shallow furrow is made with a Final! plow, on each fide of every row, a few incite from the hills, turning the earth away from the row j should the fur rows be too shallow in some pltices, the earth is worked out a little witli the foot or hand-hoc, then a small shovelful ofl manure is placed on each side of every hill Btid eovered by turning the earth to wards the hill. Tl:e manner of distribu ting the manure i., to drive a loaded wagon astride of one row, so that two hands can each apply the manure to two or three rows on each side. When turn ing a wapon around over the young corn, if a wheel u liable to run upon a hill, place short piece9 of p!a tk or rails on each side of it, which will lift the wagon over without injuring the corn. Lime. Kypsum, nahes, guano, hen manure, 01 any other similar materials may often be very profitably applied, at the first hoe in?. They should always be sprinkled over an area of several inches in diameter, all around the hill, and covered and mingled with the earth in hoeing. Guano, or strong hen manure, if applied in thirl manner, will never work injury to the young plants, unless they come in direct contact with them, or an inordinate quan tity bo used. 0. 1J. PAUKIIU1WT. M. I)., HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON IHASlilHOlf, VT. Jj0II1cc at the resilience of Dr. Toy lor. I would say to my friends and the. public gen erally tliut Dr. rarkliurst has taken my place at il physician nnu surgeon, uno. inui l can enecr fully recommend him to all the friends of Ho meopathy. C. H. Iaylok, M. D, C. H. DWINKLL, AOF.M FOR Till! VERM'T MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 1IAUTON, VKllMO.VT. PENSIONS, BOUNTIES' BACKPAY OIITAINED AT THE It It TO CLAIM AGEH'CY, BY WM. W. GROUT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. GEO. W. TODD, Ja., A T T O It IV C Y A T LAW, OLOVEH, VERMONT. IT Office over the Union 8tore. Particular uuentlou given to conveyancing. To Piieseuvk Mkat. Mr. Rung lias published the following method for pre serving meat : "in an earthen pot pro vided will) a good lid, pour an ounce of. concentrated acetic acid j place over it, i that it may not touch, a prate of osier or wood, and on this l.iy the meat to be preserved, ami then cover with the lid. The acid cvapora it'g slowly envelopes the meat, and at the end of twelve days or a futtnight it ts both tender and sweet, wilh an excellent flavor. Top Dukssino. Upon this topic a correspondent of the Albany "Country Gentleman'' says . Top dressing is now the favorite, and very good in its place. I have had my mind culled to it more or less for forty years, but yet I raut say that the why and the when are proper inquiiies. From October until March there is but little evaporation, and it may be spread during that time especially on grass, when the early start will soon covnr it. Hut most of our manure hereabouts is in stantly put on corn ground, and that make the compost bed for future crops. I have drawn and spread rotted manure in the fall as fresh 89 it was made in the stable in winter or spring, and all plow ed under in the spring for corn. On the rotted manure I find that the corn start. best and has the larger stalk, but on the fresh the corn is better eared and the ground for the succeeding crops. The best root crops I have ever raised have been when I applied fresh manure on gras in the spring and plowed it in di rectly, then let it lay and dry, and culti vate Beveral times before planting. On one occasion I did this and sowed ruta bagas on the 4th of July, broadcast, which produced the very best crop 1 ever raised, but there is a risk in sowing eo late of its being destroyed by drouth. STEWART & AYER, JOBBERS AND COMMISSION DEALERS IN Butter, Chcfsr, Lard, Eggs, Dried Apple. No. I FANmiL Ham. Sqiaiie anu 32 Mer chants now, Ions B. Stkwaht, 'Jkokok A. Atkh, SUMMER EMPORIUM '( 24 BOSTON. CRANE & 1JISDEE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, NEWPORT AND NOllTH TROY. W. I). Crane. L. II. Eishce. IP" Special attention paid to the collection oi all claims against the government. J. T. ALLEN, ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, KEWrOKT, VEKMONT. CIIAS. I. VAIL, ATTORNEY AND PENSION AND BOUNTY AGENT, IRAflBI ROll, VlsKMONT. NEWPORT, VERMONT. E. S. COWLES, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. COVENTRY, VERMONT. tT Pensions, bounties and arrears of nav for service in the United States army procured. Votato Blossoms. In an article stating the burying potato tops on the spot where the potatoes are raised, Prof. J. F. VV. Johnston, who is, perhaps, ns good authority on most agricultural mat ters as any living writer, makes a state rnent which will seem singular, at least, o American readers. It is this : that by taking off the blossom3 of potatoes be sides the usual increase of the crop the tops keep green till the the po tatoes are "lifted," or dug as we call it, "Thus much green rontter is obtained ; and if this be made into manure, and ap plied to the next potato crop, it is said to raise the largest produce of fitters. There ore still many things in the com mon operations of ttie farm that are atrance and inexplicable to us, and there probably always will be. Indeed, every thing about us is mysterious. When henbane and wheat plants grow side by fide, and twine around each other, and their roots permeate the samo Boil and mingle together, ono will secrete juice (bat will speedily destroy life, and the other that are nutritious and lifegiving. Prof. Johnston speaks of this, in an article commending the use of green mat ter to be plowed under, as a comparative ly cheap and eay mode of enriching the sou. y. tu. farmer. buitFACK manuring. for many year we have advocated and proved by the most indisputable evidence that eur face manuring ot the land is the best mode to apply dung in a general sense, and that gome of our best farmers had adopted it wilh respect to many of their crop. We notice in the last number of the Cenesct Farmer, a short communication from that intensely practical farmer. John Johnson, on this subject, in whicl be sustains, in a few words, all that ha- ueen said in our column in its favor, fo wit : "I have used manure, only as a top dressing, lor ttie last twenty-six year, and i do think one load used in that way i worth far more than two plowed under ou our sufT land. Uerman'otcn Tel. GArss in Chickens. Take four parts of common lamp oil, two part of petroleum oil, and one ounce of origanum; mix, shake well ; apply a small portion under the wings and ou the breast of the mother heu the first night after leaving the nest ; no more need be doue. . solution ot pound ot copperas in one gallon of Lot water, diluted with five or six gallons of cold water, and applied with a watering-pot, has been found fa tal to thecurraut worm, by a correspon dent of the Ulica Herald. ORLEANS PROBATE DISTRICT. )110BATE COURTS will be holden attho i Probate Office in Irasburgh, on Thursday ii cacu wuck lor ine year ensuing. MILTON R. TYLER, Judge, Irasburgh, Dec. 1, 1864. IMPORTANT TO PENSIONERS 'AND BOUNTY CLAIMANTS. OIIARLES I. VAIL, attorney at law, Iras- burgh. Orleans Co.. Vt.. is nrcuurcd to nro- ecuto all claims against the National and State Governments for soldiers or tlieir heirs. Hav ing had a largo experience and excellent suc cess din ing the past year in obtaining the boim ty, hack pay and pensions due, invalid soldiers and fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters ot de- ceased soldiers, he can now procure these claims i witn me utmost dispatch and without failure. Being located at the county seat the certificates: of the county cleric, which have to be procured I and attached to each application, can beobtain- ed easily with very little expense to the appli cant, anu i lie claim can ue torwarucil to the de partment tho same day the application is made, thus saving undue time and expense. The fol lowing persons aro entitled to pay rrum the gov ernment : 1st. Widows of soldiers are entitled to boun ty, back pay, and pension. If no widow the children are entitled to the bounty and back oav. and tho children uuder sixteen years oi' ago to uiu pension. 2d. If the deceased soldier left no widow nor children, then tho heirs of the soldier are enti tled to the bounty and back pay in the follow ing order : 1st, the tutner; au, the mother ; 3d, the brothers and sisters. 3d. Mothers, brothers and sisters (under 18 years of age) arc entitled 10 a pension if depen ding on the deceased soldier for support wholly or in pan. 4tn. soldiers disaniect on account or wound? or disease aro entitled to pensions, and soldiers wonmien in nattle are entitled to a bountv, also soldiers that have served two years or more are eniiiieu to oounty. Arrears of State pay due soldiers or their heirs can be procured with facility. Claims of olliccrs tor horses and equipage lost in the mili tary service also procured. lie is also prepared to draw the money on pensions payable in Sep temlwr and March. Comniuniciitionn by mail promptly attended to. Apply to CH AS. I. VAIL, irasourgu, uricans comity, v ermoiit, Xnro .Tnieo Grnpe. K GENUINE TONIC FOU THE SICK and a desirable article for Communion. It is not used for a beverage is strictly pure, aim as a wine tor tno sick it lias no equal. Its purity is guarantied, while it docs not cost only one half as much as other wines. F.ir sale at the Newport Drug Store. J. Y. GREEN. Newport, June 24, 18(it. 28 Fresh Arrival OF Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stulfx, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet articles. Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes, Wallets, Purses, Combs, Shoul- uer unices, trusses and supporters. Also, PATENT Mr.im im:s, a full assortment, just received and for sale nt the Newport Drug and Book Store. For sale tor cash or llcwly l'ay. J. Y. GREEN Newport, Dec. 12, 18C4. Mrs. Black lias just returned from Boston with a large, com plete, and well selected stock ol Millinery & Dress Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, Hoop and Summer Bal moral Skirts, all bought for cash when ffold sold at 81.27. The people of Orleans County having become iamiliar with the class oi Goods kept by Black, it is unne cessary to mention the various kinds. Black would say to all that his stock is now larcre and complete, that he never was beat on prices, and that he will contin ue to undersell his competitors as usual. Newport, June 1. FRUrrTREES. (1 ET your Fruit Trees at B. Brvant's Nursery, AT STANKTEAW, C.E. 1 linvu ait iuo uesi varieties. 400 Seedling Siberian Crabs, 30 cts. each, 2000 Fancy " 50 cts. euch, 800 Ladies' Favorite " $1,00 each, COO Scotchman's Choice " 1,00 each, 800 Ball's Winter Choice " 1,00 each, 1000 Montreal Beauties " 1 00 each, 600 Cleveland Reds " 1,00 each, 800 Blushing Maids " 1,00 each, 200 Rose of Stanstead, " 1,00 each, 1000 Queen's Choice " 1,00 each, 1000 Sweet " 1,00 each, 800 Cleveland Yellow " 1,00 each, A lew Oolden DroD " 2.00 each. Tho Golden Drop is a very choice fruit, of excellent uavor, oi urge sue, unu winter aoep- inft, A limited quantity of very hardy grafted Ap ple i ices, aiou cts. eacn, 1000 choice Dwarf Apple Trees, grafted on the Siberian stalk. Price at 1 year old 60 cts., and 2 years old 76 cts. 1000 of the best varieties of Dwarf rear Trocs, from 60c to 1,00 each. Ail the leading varieties of Grapes, from 50c to 3,00 each, Common Red Currants ftl-.V) nor oWn. 2000 Whito Holland, White Dutch and White Urapc, Currants, from $2 to 3 per dozen, . 800 Cherry Currants from 2 to S3 per doien, 100 Morton Seedling Gooseberries from 2 to $3 per doacn, 1000 Black Mammoth Currants $2 to $3 per 1200 Dorchcstor and Rocholle Blackberrries from $tl to 2 per dozen, Eight choice varioties of Raspberries from $ to fl,50 per dozen, 2000 Wilson Albany Strawberry, $1 per hun dred. The above trees will be from 3 1-2 to 5 feet in height, on a Crab Apple stalk from 4 to 8 years old, and are better for transplanting than larger ones as they receive less check from transplant ing, and are warranted to be equal to what they arc represented to be. All the above named Crabs, except the Seed ling and Siberian are good eating Apples, and are superior for Cider, Champagne, and all culi nary purposes. They are very large, measuring from 4 to 7 inches in circumference. Tho above trees will be sold for Fall and Spring transplanting, for the Fall of 1865, and Spring of 18(16. All orders containing cash re mittances promptly attended to. AH letters from the U. S. should be addressed to me at Derby Line, Vt., B. BRYANT, Nurseryman. R. C. BRYANT, Traveling Agent. N. B. Any persons travelling, or local per sons in the State of Vermont soliciting people to buy Fruit Trees of any kind grown on the Island of Montreal or in Lower Canada, are im postcrs and will bo dealt with accordingly, ex cept agents of B. Brvant. People can obtain any amount of fruit trees at Montreal that arc brought trom the W est and sold at auction for what they will bring, but they are worthless for this clinatc, and aro mostly bought to be re-sold us Canadian Trees. 20tn3 t-- m Bro9s IS THE PLACE TO BUY THING VERY CI UP. A little urchin in (be Sabbath School was asked few Sundays ago, "What Jesus said when he knew Judas bad be ll TJ Tt II II FOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR. IHE best assortment of Toys, Toy Books, Nice Hooks for Iresent, Albums, Games, Paz zlcs, fcc ever offered for sale in Northern Ver mont. My BMortment is too numerous to men tion. Therefore let all those in want of Presents call and see for themselves, as nothing muurai;cu jur mowing anu pricing them. , J. Y. OREEtf. Newport, Dec. 12, 18C4. WOODS' MOWERS. PRICES REDUCED. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST ID See list of Agents la Standard. CI CROCKERY. liEYNOLDS, AVERILL & CO Ik show you a better assortment of Crockery at the trayedbitn to the Jew. r He scratched aVVI m ' UUU'y hU bead a minute, and graTely answered : wAWfooth rwdcr's. and various other "Kternal vigilance u the price Ol liberty. ( 3 kiuds, for sale at the Inuburgh Drug Store. They buy a new s t o e k every month, and now when the prices of Goods are going down they can si ive lower figures than others can on old stocks. Black Brothers have just recei ved a new stock of summer styles of Clothinc Black Brothers have just recei ved a new stock of summer styles of Boots and Shoes. Black Brothers have just recei ved a new stock of summer styles of Hats and Caps, among which are the Beaver Hatskept at no oth er store in the county. Newport, June L THE UNION MOWER Is tho best machine manufactured for the following reasons: 1. It is the only quick geared machine that has a steel plate in the guard, and a flexible cutter-bur, both ends of which can bo elevated to pass obstructions. 2. It is the only hinged-jointcd folding-bar machine that has the draft attached so as to re lieve tho drag of tho cutter on tho ground. 3 It has tho strongest guards, which will never break, and we hereby agreo to furnish gratuitous all that break in nsc. 4. Both ends of the cutter-bar will conform to all inequalities of the ground, thus securing uniform close cut, which Is not tho caso with other quick geared machines. i no union iuactime has taken numcrou premiums; the most prominent of which last Fall were the FIRST PREMIUM at the New England Agricultural Society's Exhibition, held at bpriuglield Mass., and the FIRST PREMI l-ai at the Agricultural State Fair, held Eastern Pennsylvania. We invite comparison wnu any otner machines manufactured. In connection with tho Union Mower build a very light, easy-running OKE-IIOKSE MACHINE. Of nn entirely new construction. Tho only practical machine built expressly for one horse. Application can lie made either to ns or t. our agcuta m uuierent parts of the State. UNION MOWING MACHINE CO. ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. L. O. Knipeen. ) S. Fletcher, j Proprietors. 22w8 I. II. JUcCLAllV, Local Agent. J. M. BABC0CK, NEWPORT, VT. Has just received from Boston a large stock of goods, which he has bought at the lowest gold basis, and will offer them at greatly reduced rates from for mer prices. As here tofore bis aim will be keep the most COMPLETE ASSORTMENT, and sell at tho lowest possible price thus presenting to the trading public inducements that will command their attention. At his store will be found a full supply of WEST INDIA GOODS AND GROCERIES, all of superior quality. Tho largest and most complete line of HARDWARE & MECHANIC S TOOLS In Orleans County. A big pile of Trunks, VrIIhoh, CARPET BAGS, &c. DYE STUFFS. PAINTS. OILS, VARNISH, TURPENTINE, GLASS, PUTTY, NAILS, &c. BRUSHES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, ALL KINDS OF WOODEN WARE, FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT, RYE, OATS, CORN MEAL, PORK, LARD, TRIPE, SALMON, COD FISH, MACKEREL, BLUE FISH & HERRING, KEROSENE, SPERM, WHALE, CUVE, CASTOR, AND NEAT'S FOOT OIL. STATIONERY, NUTS, FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY, &c. IT And in fact all kinds of goods (except J. T. BOWLER, PROPRIETOR OP TIIE ORLEASS CO. MRDLE WORKS having just returned from the Quarles at Rut land and having bought a largo assortment of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLES at cash prices, is hereby enabled to sell cheaper than any other dealer In Northern Vermont. First then, his having a Superior Marble pol ishing Machine whereby all; his scouring and polishing Is done by water. Second, he docs most of his work himself a fucility that his imcdiate neighbor's that don't understand tho business and NEVER LEARNED THEtTRADE do not possess. lie has also secured the ser vices of a first rate GRANITE WORKER. Therefore ho will be happy to furnish Granite or Marblc.Monuments, and all work la the Marble lino at greatly reduced priais, riease give him a call. Barton, March 13th, 186J. W. A. WOOD'S MOWING MACHINE, WITH .TOIIVT13I3 DAR. T"HE attention of the farmers ef Orleans Co. 1 Is called to this light mower althou -h light is capable of cutting the stoutest grass with tho utmost case to the team and Driver at the rate of one acre an hour, or more, without sweating the team j it is tho lightest mower in use, weigh ing only 650 lbs., is simple in its construction, made of the test material; it is mads upon scientific principlcs.being strong where strength is needed, and the draft attached in such a man ner that the side draft which is found in almost all mowers is entirely obviated, and the spring steel extension and loop over the axel, which is peculiar to this mower, enables it to paw over uneven ground with ease. The guards are at tached to the cutter bar with bolts aud nuts, and when broken can be replaced in the field by the operatcr in two minute's time. AH farmers and others in waul of mowers are in vited to call on the following gentlemen and sca sample mowers and get pamphlets containing certificates of thcopcration of the machine, and purchase if they are satifficd with it. James Morrill, Derby ; Henry Dates, Holland ; D. H. Austin, Uruwiiington j I. K. Drew, llarton : O. W. Wake, Coventry : J. A. Raker. WestfinM ; Simeon H. Flint, Irasburgh ; Hiram I'hiilips, (Jloverj U. KillKiurnc, Charleston; Stillman Scaver, East Craftclwry ; B. F. Twlss, Craflsba- ry; and the subscriber at Hardwiek. J. M. WARNER, Manufacturer, St. Johnsbury. HENRY BLAKK General Aiteut for OrlcjuiM County, March 27th, 1865. 14in dry goods) usually found in the country. The public are respectfully invited to call when vis iting Newport. Newport, April 24th, 1805 18 GUAM) OIJ3IVIIVG OF iEW GOODS IT KEVTORT. LOW PRICES AND RAPID SALES T II E MOTTO. REYNOLDS, AVERILL & CO., Has jnst returned from Boston with an unusu al large stock ot rarlor r urnitnrc, Cot tage Furniture, and Crock ry of all grades from the best to the CHEAPEST His store is literally crammed with Goods, all of them marked LOW for the times. Sofas, Parlor Chairs, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Cane and Wood beat Chairs, bmks, liurcaus, Window Shades, Curtains, Pa per Hangings, without an equal in this county. His stock of STOVES is tho only complete collection now on exhibition in tho County consisting of all kinds of Cook, Parlor and Shop Stoves, PATENT SOAP STONE STOVES, Stove Pipe, Tin Ware, Universal Clothes Wring er, and all marked BQWN, DOWNj PQWN, almost to cost. Come and see tho Goods for yourself. Newport, Dec. 9, 1864. CLOTHES WRINGERS. SPRISTG UEDS, Clothes Wringers, Knives and Forks, Stoves, ttc. Tin Ware, and eve rything to make people happy in this world, selling cheap at Reynolds, Averill & Co.'s Store, Newport, Vermont. CARPETS. I)EOPLE about to furnish a house from cellar to attic would save money by calling on Reynolds. Averill & Co., at the Furniture, Crockery and Carpet Ware Rooms, Newport, Vermont. NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS! 1 SHAW &. MARCKRES nAVE just returned from market w'th the largest and tiost selected stock of goods to oe round in Northern Vermont, consisting in part of WATCHES, CLOCKS, all the latest and most desirable patterns of JEWELRY, YANKEE NOTIONS, LADIES' GOLD, PLATED, PEARL & JET BLACK BUCKLES. A large assortment of Olass Beads, Mrcrscbaum and Briar PIPES. BLACKS JllTIIING. fpiIE subscrilicr having permanently located X himself at the "Mill Village" in Craflabu ry, would say to bis numerous patrons and the public generally, that he will continue to do all Kiuiis ot DiacKsmitn work usually done at a custom shop, in a workmanlike manner, and at prices not uito up with the times. HOUSE SIIOEINQ Done at short notice and in a manner that will give entire satisfaction. Pcrsonsowning FLAT FOOTED Horses, or those that interfere, or overreach badly, are particularly requested to givo me a call. llonae Bhoa of all tizes and of my own man ufacture, constantly on hand. HENRY DUDLEY. North Craftsbury, Feb. 15, 1SG5 m SILVER AND PLATEP WARE. Consisting of SPOONS, KNIVES AND FORKS, Napkin Rinjs, Ladles, Castors, Cako Baskets, &c, &c, &c. COlriX PLATES furnished at short notice, with inscription. N. B. Arrangements hare been made with stage drivers to bring and deliver work for par ties residing In adjoining towns, without extra expense to the parties so doing. O All goods sold by ns are guaranteed as re presented, and all work entrusted to our care ill receive our personal attention. B. E. SHAW. H. A. MARCKRES. Newport, Vt., May 1, 1865. ILL1MY & FiSCY GOODS. TO THE LADIES OF IRASBURGH AND VICINITY. If RS. WALES is now opening a fresh and ill Fancy Gooi DENTAL NOTICE. FOR the accommodation of my patrons In Troy and vicinity, I will bo at the Hotel, SO. TKOV, niV, ITIAY and during the week j consequently shall be ab sent irom my oincein Newport at that tin e, and also from the 9th to the 24th ot June. Persons having DECAYED or TROUBLESOME Ti:i'Tlf , or any in need of a durable set of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, are respectfully refu ted to Dr. E. PALM" Newport, May 1, 186519 N()Tl)iW"YET. I HAVE some of o best Plows ever offered for sale in ' place. Also a good assort ment of Tin-are for sale. jjj.f;aoi paid for Hides and Calf Skins.XO TEAMS TO LET And Job teaming done to order, and cash paid lJ J1IUC-0. SAMUEL STAFFORD. Irasburgh, May 4, ISM. PAPER HANGINGS. AAA ROLLS new style bought of the f)JJJ Manufacturers in New York since Qolo Fell, by REYNOLDS, AVERILL & CO. Newport, April 5, 1H05. parlorflTrntture. T) EYNOLDS, AVERILL A CO., will give It you a bargain on Rich Parlor Furniture, Carpets and Crockery. At Newport. SOUTH HARDWICK W00LENFACT0RY. W. J. & G. W. COOK, carefully selected stock of Millinery and ous, consisting tn part ot uonncts Hats and Caps, Ribbons, Laces and Flowers, in the latest and most desirable styles. Also a few patterns of choice DRESS GOODS. Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Parasols, Veils, Hosiery, Gloves, and other articles too numerous to mention. Mrs. Wules hopes by careful attention to the ishes of her customers to merit a share of pub lic patronage. Dressmaking in Its various Drancncs attended to. Rooms one door west of the Irasburgh House. Irasburgh, May 1, 186519 oST. M. SCOTT, AT THE OLD STAND IN GLOVER, VT., TT EEPS constantly on hand a good assort- a - ment or Harnesses ana Harness wora ot all kinds ; also a large assortment of Tin and Iron Ware. TT Carriage Trimming and Repairing done at short notice. All kinds of barter and produce taken in exchange lor Harnesses or tinware, Glover, April 25, istsd 18 EXCELLENT FLOUR. ""lOOD Family Flour an excellent quality SAMUEL STANFORD. Irasburgh, May 2, 1865. ORLEANS FURNITURE SHOP NO 1. JB. DWINELL Keeps Constantly on hand a good Stock of Furniture of all kinds that cant be beat in price or quality in Orleans Coun ty, or Barton. Consisting in part of Sofas, Lonngei, Stuffed Cane and Wood Seat Chairs, Tables, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Chamber Bulls, Children's Cribs and Cabs, Mirrors, Picture frames, and Capino's Spring Matrass. Also good assortment of Comna and Casketta with En graved plate. . ITT All kinds of Furniture REPAIRED.TO Also Cane Seat Chairs NEWLY SEATED, and made as GOOD AS NEW. Glover, March 6th, 1BW. I formerly of Morristown, and lato of Derby, 1 having purchased said Factory of B. F. Ca hill, are now prepared to do a custom Manu facturing Business, where they will be pleased to wuit upon all who may favor us with their Fatronage. Our former patrons in Albany, rasburgh, G laver, and Barton, will we trust, not forget to give us a call. We have a new Mill and good Machinery, and will make yon good Gray uassimercs Black and Blue, Black, Brown, Snuff, and Drabs ; also White and Blui mixed. Gray mixed, Madder. Red and Wine colored Flannels. We have 2000 yards of Cloths on hand ready to exchange for wool on reasonable terms. N. B. Particular attention given to Custom Carding and cloth Dressing. Our motto is to "live and let live." South Hardwiek, June 1, 1865. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS. rH. HOLTON, successor to Danforth & llol- ton, Silver Plater, Manufacturer and Deal er In Harness and Carriage Trimmings. Constantly on hand a complete assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE of all descriptions. Harness Trimmings PLATED ON COMPOSI TION, in the best possible manner. Orders by mall otherwise promptly attended to. ILTCarriage Trimmings Plated to Order.fl J. II. HOLTON. Derby Line, Junt 1, 1864 21m3 C1ALF WALLETS and Port Monies for gen J tlcmen nrl IndipK. Violin Slrinir. Violin rtriittmc anH nthpr trimmlnml for the Same, Gun Caps and Gun Tubes, a new and large lot of Confeetionerv of the best quality, Pay son s In delible Ink, Nichols' Preparation of Protoxido of Iron and Bark, also all of the popular patent medicines of the day, for sale at the Irasburgh Drug Store. il i rTK ! Drake a 1'iantatton Bitters, Mm Pinkerion's Wahoo Bitters, Hostctter'a celebrated Stomach Bitters, Atwood's Jaundice Bitters, Dr. Langlcy's Bitters, Dr. Hovt's Pre mium Bitters, all for sale at the Irasburgh Drug Store. UELMBOLD'S Extract of Buchu for Kid ney Complaints, for sale at the Irasburgh Drag Store. 4 NEW lot of Stationery and Pens, Pea 1 - Holders. Lead Pencils of all kinds, for sale at the Irasburgh Drug Store. R. POLAND'8White Pine Compound for sal at the Irasburgh Drug Store.