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Farming in Canada.
You may think It strange, but I question i f the best farmers i n America aro not to be found in Up per Canada. They beat us in rais ing wheat ; their barley is certainly superior to ours in quality, and I .think the same is true of oats. In the cultivation of root crops we are nowhere. Don't get angry. We beat them in corn and in all crops which partake rather of a commer cial than a strictly agricultural char acter. Wo are willing to raise small crops if we can get largo prof its, whilo a Canadian farmer, par taking largely of the Scotch and Eng lish conservative character, contin ues on in the even tenor of his way. He ia not so constantly looking for some easier method of earning a liv ing. Ho is a farmer, and his father was a farmer before him, and ho in tends to livo and dio a farmer. If the midge destroys h i s wheat, he does not, as we did in this section, propose to turn the whole country into one grand apple and pear or chard. Ho looks out for some vari ety that will ripen sufficiently early to escape the ravages of the insect. I have often remarked that where a new kind of wheat was alluded to ia the Gcncsce Farmer it attracts ten times more notice in Canada than in this section. A few years ago I induced some gentlemen to contrib ute a few hundred dollars to get up a wheat show. We offered large pre miums and managed by personal per suasion to induce a few farmers to show their wheat. The affair was essentially a failure Had it been a big pumpkin show it would have been a grand success. The entries of wheat at the Provincial show are three times more numerous than at our own State Fair, even when held in'tlic center of the wheat-growing districts, and the number of people which crowded around the samples, shows the interest which is felt in the matter. The Dichl wheat, ad vertised in the Farmer last month, at once attracted the notice of the Canadian fanners, and one of their agricultural societies sent a delega tion to Judiato inquire into its mer its. They were so pleased with it that they purchased eight hundred bushels for seed. Such enterprise is commendable. No wonder they beat us raising wheat. This Dichl wheat resembles the Soulcs, and I should not be surpris ed if it turns out to bo the same. Its chief merit is its carliness, and it is probable that this quality is due to the fact that it has been grow ing for several years in a more south e r n latitude. There can be no doubt that, so far as earliness is con cerned, we should get our seed from a southern rather than a northern latitude, and I have no doubt should this Dichl wheat prove to be the Soulcs, it would ripen earlier for two or three years than the Soule?, grown from seed raised here. Gen esee Farmer. How to Make Currant Wine. Press the juice from the currants,and to every quart of it, add four pouuds of sugar, and three quarts of water which it previously turned over the pressed currants, will add to the strength of the wine. Put into a keg which should be full, and some of the i . mi :l - . A.,l.n V wine Kepi 10 mi u us ii uiouu. After it has ceased working it should be bunged up, aud not disturbed for six months, at least, when it may be drawn off and bottled, or put into a clean keg. It is better when a year or two old, than when first drawn. The samo recipe we have used for Elderberry Wine, omitting one pound of sugar to the gallon, and al bo for grapes with great success. The Elderberry was called when three years old not inferior to port, and the grape wine was as clear and sparkling as champagne. Working Farmer. Reconstruction. In many parts of the South thero appears to be a remarkable energy displayed in the . "reconstruction" of their commercial relations. This is particularly ev identin repairing the railroads which were so broken up in the war. The readiness with which contracts have been made for material and labor, shows that the credit of the railroad companies is good, and that full re liance is placed in their ability to maintain a profitable business. In other departments a similar activity is observed, and many of those, who, under the old system, have regarded labor as dishonorable, and laziness as the fundamental characteristic of a gentleman, seem to be animated by the spirit of the Richmond F. F. V., who made tho awful threat, that he would have somo money if ho was driven to work for it Let this spir- - it prevail and the South will have reason to be thankful that slavery is abolished. Winchester Journal. It i3 reported that Alexander II. Stevens, late Vice President of the " Confederacy, is in lavor of equal suf- frao-e ho would allow negroes to vote who aro qualified by the educa tional test. It would be a good thing to send him as a missionary to Oon-ecticut. Receipts for the Standard rOH THS WEEK BNDINO 0CTOBE 13, 1865. A. L. BIckford, Chelsea, J. M. Hancock, Coventry, 8. E. Hitchcock, Wcstfleld, H. A. Halieng, Albany, 3. T. Bowler, Barton, C. II. Chamberlln, Bnrre, W. G. Dow, " 93,00 1,25 2,25' 2,00 2,00 2,50 3,00 YtlllSUEItSt AVIIISKntS 1 Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches ? Our Grecian Compound will force them to grow on the smoothest faces or chin, or hair on bald heads, in Six Weeks. Price $1,003 packages for $"2,00. Sent by mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt of price. Address, WARNER & CO., Box 138, Brook lyn, N. Y. 16fl rniE MASON & HAMLIN CABINET OR 1 OANS, forty different styles, adapted to sa cred and secular music, for H0 to WO each. Thirty-Five GOLD or SILVER MEDALS, or other'first premiums awarded them. Illustrated catalogues free. Address, Mason & Hamlin, Boston, or Mason Brothers, New York. MARRIED. In Westflcld, October 1, by Rev. A. A. Smith, Capt. Henry D. Chamberlinand Miss Emma S. Chase, both of Jay. In Glover, Sept. 29, by Rev. N. W. Scoti, Mr. Rutty Lewis and Miss Jcuctte G. Telfer, boih of Glover. In Irasburgh, Oct. 6th, by Rev. Tbos. Baync, Mr. Nathaniel H. Stiles and Miss iuiimj o. Paine, all of Irasburgh. In Irasburgh, Oct. 6tb, by Wm. 8. Flint, Esq., Mr. Royal Milesof Albany.andMissEIiza Bad ger of Irasburgh. DIED. In Westfield, from tho infirmities of age, Capt. Jairus Stebbins, aged 83. He died Oct. 4th. In South Troy. Aug. 5th, Morrill E., only son ot Daniel and Susan Kelsey, aged 21 years and nine months. Boston UVItvrli-ot. (Corrected xcetkly from tht X. E. Farmer.) WHOLESALE PRICES. Wednkspat, October, 4, 1865. FLOUR AND MEAL. Extra brandt, 10,00 a 14.00 choice extra, U.HO a 16.00 Western, super.. 7,50 a 8,00 com. extras, 8,00 a 9,5 medium do. 0,00 a 10,00 choke do. 10,50 a 12,00 GRAIN. Corn, Southern yellow, pcrbu., Western mixed, Wheat, western, live, Oats, HOPS. First sort, 1864, a a 1,60 a 2,50 1,00 a 1,10 ,59 a ,65 35 a 45 12.00 a 15,00 10,00 a 16,00 42,00 a 46,00 34,00 a 35,90 33,00 a 34,60 25,00 a 26,00 26 a 27 25 a 26 a a 10 a 13 13 a 15 5,00 a 8.00 Becf--mess western, Eastern, Pork -clear, Mess, liest, do., other br., Prime, Lard, bid, per lb., Hams, smoked, Pickled, Hogs, dressed, PRODUCE. Apples, dried, per lb., do., sliced, do., per bill., new, Butter, per lb., 1st quality, 40 a 43 32 a 38 nd quality, Beans, per bii.. small and extra, 2,50 a 3.00 Marrow, 1,75 a 2.50 nine pod, 1,25 a 2.00 Cranberries-, bushel, cape, a Cheese, per Ik, English dairy, 18 a 20 Vermont 4 New York, 10 a 17 Western, 12 a 15 Peas, per bu., Canada, 1,55 a 1,75 Potatoes, Jarksons, ,55 a ,60 Onicns, per bbl, EggT' ia hh ' STARCH. Pearl, per lb., 9 a 10 Potato 7 1-2 a 8 SALT Cadi!, 4,00 a 4,75 Turks Island, 4,00 a 4.80 Liverpool coarse, a 3,75 Hag, fine, ' Coarse fine, SUGAR. Havana, Nos. 9 to 11, 13a 13 1-2 Nos. 12 to 16 14 a 16 Nos. 17 to 20 17 a 20 Cuba Muscovado, 13 a 15 Crushed, "20 Pondered, 20 Coffee crushed, 16 a 19 TALLOW. Rendered, 15 a 16 1-4 Rough, a WOOL. Full blood Merino, 72 a 75 1-2 do. do., 6Sa"0 Common, 60 a 65 Pulled, extra, 80 n85 Superfine, "5 a bO Remark. -We have to note u Crm in rl: with prices well sustained, and n steady dc mand. Cotton in fair demand. Cotton good: are held quite firm, and desirable kinds are clos- no to production. Fish in fair dema-d. Flour rather dull for low grades, but clique br..n.. sustain full prices. Corn rather dull, and low cr. Oats about the same. We note small sale: of new hops at quoted prices. " Pork quite firm with goou demand. Beef firm and steady. T.ni'.l nuitc firm at full rates. Butter considers. blv advanced, with a good demand and upvrnrd tendency. Cheese in fair demand. Sugar firm, ith moderate sales. The market has been quite active for domestic wcol, and full pncei nave ocen oouuucu. CATTLE MARKETS. BRIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE, AND MEDFORO. Wednesoat, October, 4,1865. PRICES. Beeves First quality, $13,00 a 14.00 Peeonu, jz.ou a i.i,w Third, 8,00 a 9,00 Extra good, 13,25 a 13,50 Extra poor, 6,00 a 7,00 The above prices are per 100 ponndson the to tal weight of hide, tallow, and dressed beef. Working Oxen $150 to 275; steers 80 to 150. Milch Cows J50a70; Extra, $76a 100; Far row, &c., frlS a 40. Sheep 5 a 7 cts. Western 6 a 71-2 ; Lambs, S3 and 6,50 per head. i'ells Micarea ana iumDs in iois$i,ou i,aoc. SETTLE UP. LL having unsettled accounts with the sub scriliers arc requested to call and settle the same at once and thcrchv save costs. REYNOLDS, AVERILL & CO. Newport, Oct. 1, 2S65 I2w2 MBI.HiTlOV THIS is to certify that I have this day given my son George W. Collins, his time during the remainder of his minority, and I shall claim none of his wages and pay no debt of his con tracting after this date. THOMAS COLLINS. Sept. 4th, 1865 42w3 LIBERATION. rpHIS is to certify that I have this da given I my son Eugene C. Burroughs, his time dn ring the remainder of his minority, and I shall claim none of his wages and pay no debts of his contracting after this date. C. E. BURROUGHS. Hatttb 8. Bcocohs, i witnese,. J. P. Bl BHOVOHS, S Morgan, Oct. 5, 1865 2w3 Lemons! Apples! Onions! Sweet Potatoes! For lab at tb Irasburgh Drag Stort. Fall and Winter OSS IT Newport. Have Just returned from market with a Urge and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, DRESS TRIMMINGS, V READY MADE CLOTHING, Ac, &c, Ac., Our stock was purchased with cash, and rill be soia lor Cash only. We propose to soil at LOWER PRICES Than any other itore In the COUNTY. "Small Profits! Large Sales!" Our Motto. NEWPORT, OCT. 2, 1865. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OrrtCB OF CoMPTBOLLBR Of THE ) Ccbukncv, Washington, Ato. 29, 1865. J WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence pre sented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that "The Inuliurg national Rnk of Orleans." in the town of Irasburg, in the Countv of Orleans and Stato of Vermont, has been duly organised under and according to the requirements of the Act of Congress en titled "An Act to provide a National Currency, secured by pledge ot United States Bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemp tion tncreoi, approvcu junc ou, iwt, ,u complied with all the provisions ol said Act re quired to Oe COmpiieu Willi uciurc t-umiui;uuii the business of Banking under said Act. Now therefore, I, Freeman C'arke, Comptrol ler of the Currency, do hereby certify that Th Irnsbum National Bank of Orleans," in the town of Irasburg, in the County of Orleans and State of Vermont, is authorixed to com mence the business oi uanaiug uuuer iuc act aforesaid. . , , In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office thi twenty ninth day of August, 1UC low. . BUCK BRO S NOTICE. MY Wife Mary having left my tied ana Board without any Just cnuso or provocation, this l. n fnrMd all nerums from harboring or trust- Inir her on mv account as I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date. Albany, Sept. 25, 1865 40w3 Mltl.UATION. HIS may certify that I have this day given m n AI.I.KN M. WHEELER, his time during the remainder of his minority, and I snail pay no actus ot ins communis unwun, nor claim any of his earnings. WItneM N. T. Sheafe. lllllf ll'WIl. THIS Is to certify that 1 have this day given my son. Hermnn S. Taylor, his time during the remainder of his minority, and I shall cliim none ot n is wages nur p w trading after this date. lv.nn ..... ) C. B. PAnKHVKST. Witness c; J vail. Irasburgh, Sept. IB, t'Jtia-;jawJ- DISSOLUTION. THE co-partnership heretofore existing be tween tile subscribers under the uainc and stvlo of H. lilaisdcll & Son, is by mutual con- J . .. . . .. , .1 I 11- II 1,l..i,lnll lu sent tins uav uissoiveu. ii"vm authorized to settle the affairs of the linn aud sign its name in liquidation. It is desirable that all debts due the late firm should bo paid iranicdiufcly. ' JllUAiU jn.Ai.-iir.i,u, WM. H. P.I.AISDELL. Greensboro, Sept. 15, 1865 4()w3 B ACK Hair and Side Combs of all kinds, Fine Ivorv and Rubber Combs, long dres sing Combs, Rubber and Horn Fancy Soaps fur Toilet una Shaving, a new ioi oi uuncu Glass Deads, Jewelry, Emory Balls, Crochet Needles, Perfumery, i'halon s Mglit uiooming Cerous, Lubin a Perfumery and Extracts, Du. pout's White Water Lily, Ilirney's Extract Pond Lily, tor sale at me irusnurgn vruy; oiurL-, NEW GOODS. VTORTHINGTON & STILES are now offer 1 1 iug to the people of Irasburgh, and to ev erybody who may desire, G30D3 OF RICHEST QUALITY AND RAREST PATTERNS. Considering the very unpropitious state of the ,.itu nini-lii-tii and the unsettled state of trade geuerallv, they have bought largely. Their purchases have all been for cash down, and so tney are going w ihsim upon unw from their customers. Hence they have resolved to totally ABOLISH THS CREDIT SYSTEM and to demand cash down from their customers. Thev hone to receive a large trade and they will endeavor to give customers such bargains us to induce them tocallagain, rather than have tbcra "Go farther and tare worse. Irasburgh, Sept. 25, 1865. ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION or THE ORLEANS PETROLEUM COMPANY. 1. We, the snbscrilicrs, do hereby voluntari ly associate ourselves Meet her. according to the provisions of chapter S6, of the General Statutes of the State of Vermont, under the name of the "Orleans Petroleum Company." The business ot the association shall lie to extract Petroleum or Minerals from the earth, and to dispose of such Petroleum or Minerals ; and also to purchase or lease lands for the pur- pose of extracting fetroieum or minerals, uuu tor no oilier purpose. 3. The capital stock of the association shall l,i F.in-ht Thousand Dollars, anil it shall be di vided into shares of Twenty-Five Dollars each. 4. The association shall ho located at New port in the County oi Orleans and State of Ver mont, and shall continue thirty years, unless sooner dissolved. Lewis H. Bisbee, E. B.Tnie, Jt. I). Hall, Lewis Iiergoin, J. H.Cu.-hi'ng, Alvin Robbins, E.D. Harding, Peter Williams, D. h. Saffor J. F. M. Sherman, It. Avenll, purliis H. Smith. E. I). Smith, C. D. Revnolds, M.J. Black, Geo. Baynton, NOTICE. 1. We the subscribers do hereby voluntarily associate ourselves together, according to the provisious of chapter Eighty ix ol the tienciai Statutes of the State ot Vermont, under the name of the Newport Petroleum Company. 2. The business of this Association shall be tn extract Petruleitm or Minerals from the earth and to dispose of such Petroleum or Minerals, aud a so to purchase or lease jaiiiis, ior me pui poe of extracting Petroleum or Minerals from tlie same, unu ior no oiuer puipusc. 3. The capital stock of this Association shnll be Ten Thousand Dollars, end it shall be divi ded into Four Hundred shares ot lweiity-t ive Dollars each. 4. This association shall lie located at .-Newport, in the county of Orleans, a:id Mate ol Vermont, and shall contiuue thirty years unless sooner dissolved. Names. Names. M. B Hall, M.J. Black, H. F. Black, J"hu Bisuce, Daniel True, E. A. Black. J.M. Babcock, L. II. Bisbee, C. D. Rcvnolds, M.N.Howlaud, Chas. Ide, E. B. True, I). F. Bisbee, Ci. W. True, Betsev Bisbee, U. C. Huntley. M. B. HALL, President. J. M. BABCOCK, Secretary. RALPH P. SKINSER'S ESTATE. STATU OP V H IS n OUT, ORLEANS DtsrnicT, ss. At a probate court holden at Irasburgh, in said district, on tho 25th day of September, a. u. 185 Henry Cutler, administrator of the estate of RALPH P. SKINNER, late of 0 lover, in said district, deceased, presents his administration account for examination and allowance, and makes application for a decree of distribution and partition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon, it is ordered by said court that said account and said application be referred to a session of said Court to be held at the Pro hate otliee, in said Irasburgh, on the 17th day of October, A. D. 1S05, for hearing and decis ion thereon: And it is further ordered, that notice be given to all persons concerned, by the publi cation of tho same in the Orleans ludependen Standard, printed at Irasburgh, three weeks successively, previous to said tune appointed for heariug, that thev may appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they may have, why said account should not bo allowed, and such decree made. By the Court. Attest, WM. D. TYLER. Register. A true copy of record. Attest, 40w3 WM. D. TYLER, Register. COMMISSION r.ltS' NOTICE. GEO. D. TELFER'S ESTATE. THE Subscribers, having been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court for the District ot Orleans, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of GEORGE D. TELFER, late of Glover, in said district, deceased, repre sented insolvent, and the term of six months from the 31st day of Aug., 11.5, being allowed by said court to the cred it. irs of said deceased to ex hibit aud prove their respective claims before U Give notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwelling bouse of Thomas TelfVr in Glover, in said district, on the 21st day of November and third Tuesday of February next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, nn pfteh nf tnltd daVS. CHAS. C HARDY. ComW. DAVID CAM KKON, Glover, Sept. 10, 1S65 40w3 BABCOCK Of Newport, is recicving choice Brands ol t?i . a:, ..ii fmm the mil . which enables him WrTK k at ry tew price go mni tx4. XATIIAX ti'ORTOyS ESTATE. State or v i: it rti out, Ohleans District, ss. In Probate Court, held at Irnshnrgh, in said District, on tho 30tU day of September, A. 1). Rachel Norton, Execntrlx of the last will and testament of NATHAN NORTON, late of Glo ver, in said district, deceased, presents her ad ministration account for examination and al lowance. Whereupon, it Is ordered by said Conr!. that snld account bo referred to n session of said Court to be held at tlie Probate Otlico in said Irasburgh, on the 23d day of October, A. u. 1865, for hearing and decision thereon : And it is further ordered, that notice hereof be given to all interested by publication of the same three weeks successively, In the Orltaiu Imlependent Standard, a newspaper printed at Irasburgh, previous to said time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and shew cause, it uny they may have, why said account should not be allowed, liy the Court. Attest, WM. 1). TYLER, Register. A true copy of record. 41w3 Attest, WM. D. TYLER, Register. JESSE BERRY'S ESTATE. STATE OF VHKBOHT, OI1I.EAN8 IIISTBICT. Si At a Probate Court held at Irasburgh, In said nisinrt. on the 30th dav of bentemlier.A. d. lttoa: Wilder l;. rariter, aominisiraioron uic F.stato of JESSK UERRY, late of Barton, in said dinrict. deceased, intestate, presented to iid Court liis nctition ill writing, praying the Court to gi ant him license to sell all the real Ks- tare w uercoi me saiu ih-ltusiu uk-u Sfnti and snttinir furth as reasons therctor that a sale of said real Estate (would conduce to the Interest of a concerned therein lor the purpose nf tiiitnnir the riitinev arisinz therelrom upon tn terest. or investing m mocks ; aiaauuiinisirini filed in said Court the euusent and approbation in writing of all ll.c heirs and ai: interested to a sale of said real Estate described as follow s: The premises ow ned and occupied by said de ceased at the time of his death, cntitaitiingahout f nrtecn acres of land and buildings tbcreou in said Barton. Therefore. It Is ordered bv said Court that public notice be given to all persons concerned therein, to nppear before said court at a session thereof to bo held at the Probate office in said Irasburgh, on thc2Sth clay of Oct., a.i. ISOo.tliat they may lie heard in the matter, anil snow cause whv license should not be cranted as aforesaid. And this order shall be published three weeks successively ill the Orleans Independent Stand ard, a newspaper printed at Irasburgh in this State, the last of which publications shall be lie fine t he dav assumed tor licarini; as atoresaiu. Given under.nly hand at the Probate Office in Irasburgh. this oO.U day ot oept., a. u. 1605. WM. D. TYLER, Register. 41w3 A true copy of record. Attest, WM. D. TYLER, Register. AX DREW CUTTER'S ESTATE. BTATi; OF V I' II M O N T i kJ 011LKAN8 IllHTlllCr, SS At a Probate Court held at Irasburgh, in said district, ou tho 25th day of Septemptr, A. D 1 Rfi.- E. P. Colton, administrator of the Estate of ANDREW CUTTER, late of Albany in said district, deceased, intestate, presented to said Court his petition In wntinir. praying mc coin- to grant hint License to sell all the real estate whereof the said deceased died seized in tl slhiiiv pYecut ihe willow's dower therein, but ill eluding the reversion of the widow's dower, and setting forth as reasons tlieretor that the person al estate is insullicieut to naV tho debts and ex penses of administration, that a severance of said real estate would be injurious to all inter ested therein : that it will conduce to the inter est of all persons concerned to sell the whole of said real estate lor 'tie purpose o' puiuux mc money arising tlicrelroin upon interest, invest ing in stocks or other real estate. Said admin istnitor Hied in said court the consent and ni nrobation in writing of all the heirs and guurdi ans of minor heirs of said deceased to n sale of s dd real estate, described ns follows : The farm in said Albanv owned and occupied by said de ceased ut tlie time 01 his death, containing about one hundred and fitly acres of land ; also snrini! with the risrht to carry water in logs, i otherwise, deeded said estate by Timothy C Miles. Therefore It Is ordered by said Court that pub ic notice be itiven to all persons concerned there in to appear before said Court at ascssionthere of to be" held at the Probate Otliee in said Iras- burtrh on the 14 h dav of October, A. 1). lHGo, that thev mnv be heard in the miitter.and show cause why license should not be grunted as aioresiuii. And this order shall be published three week successively in the Orleans Independent Stand ard. a newspaper printed at lrasourgti in tin State, the hist of which publications shall be be fore the dav assizned for lirarinsr as afoiesaid. Given nnder niv hand at the Probate Ollice in Irasburgh, this 22d day of September, A. D, 1SC5. WM. D. TYLER, Register, A trtio copy of record. Attest, 40w3 JVM, D. TYLER, Register. com .himmok r. u s' k ot i c c. WIL LI A SI ALL EX'S ES TA TE. T'HF, subscriliers, having been appointed by 1 the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Oilcans, Commissioners, to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all per sons, against the estate of WILLIAM ALLEN, late ot Low ell, In said district, deceased, represented insolvent, aud the term of six months from the 13th day of Sept , A. n. 186.5, lieing al lowed by said Court to tlie creditors of said dc. ceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us : Give notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at tho dwelling house of II. D. Wurrcn in Lowell, in said district, on tho second Tuesday of March next, at one o'clock, in the afternoon, on 6aid day. A. J. DODGE, cdbimVj JAMES STEPHENSON, J Lomm "' Lowell, Sept. 14, lbbj. i0w3 CEP II AS R. TA YLOR'S' ESTA TE. S' t t e or v y. BJIOST, Orleans District, ss. In Probate Court holden at Irasburgh, within and for s.iid District, on the 30th day ol Septem ber, A. I). IS Jii : An Instrument, purporting to be the lat w!,I and testament of CEPHAS R. TAYLOR, lale of Irasburgh, in said District, deceased, being presented to the Court by Thomas Jameson, the executor therein mimed, for Probate : It is ordered by said Court, that all persons concerned therein be notilied to appear at n ses sion of said Court to be holden nt the Probate OHlce in Iniburgh, on the twenty til.h day of October, 1W5, and show cause, if any they may have, uirainst the Probate of said Will ; for w hich purpose, il Is further ordered, that a copy of tlie record ot this order bo published three weeks successively in tho Orleans Independent Standard, a newspaper printed at Irasburgh, previous to said time appointed for hearing. WM. 1). TYLER, Register. A true copy of record. Attest, 41w3 WM. D. TYLER, Registcr. CARRIEs7&; COllOL M. TL'CKER, (Minors.) STATE O I ' V r. 11 !H o IX T , Orleans District, ss. In Probate Court, holden at Irasburgh, within and for said District, ou the 19th day of Sep tember, A. D. lNo-5: Willard Tucker, Guardian unto Carrie 8. Tucker and Corol M. Tucker, minors, residing in Irasburgh, presented to said court his peti tion in writing, praying for license and authori ty to sell all hu wards' interest in the real estate of which Daniel Tucker, late of Irasburgh, de. ceased, died seized, being one cipml undivided one sixteenth part thereof, except tho widow's dower therein, but including tlie reversion of the widow's dower, and setting forth as reasons therefor that it will conduce to the interest of his said wards to sell said rea, estate that the proceeds thereof may be put upon interest or invested in stocks. Therefore, it Is ordered by said Court that pub lic notice bo given to all persons concerned therein to appear before said Court at a session thereof to lie held at the Probate OIII?e In said Irasburgh, on the 7th day of Octolier, A.D. 186-5, that they may be heard in tho matter and show cause why license should not be granted as alOresaid. And this order shall bepnhhshed three weeks successively in the Orleans Independent Stand ard, a newspaper printed at Irasburgh, in this State, the last of which publications shall be 1 fore the day assigned for hearing as aforesaid. (riven under mv hand at the Prohatc OtBce ,n said Irasburgh, this 19ih day of September, A. . 1S6.5 39w3 WM. D. TYLER, Register. A true copy of record. Attest, WM. D. TYLER, Register. mui;katio. THIS is to certify that I have this day given my so , Timothy D. Abbott, hitime during the remainder ol his minority, and I shall claim none of his wages nor pay any debt of his con tracing after .hi, date, qaxis ABBOTT. Witness A. A. Eam,h. Kor Troy, Sep. 30, 186-w THE GREAT CONSUMPTIVE EEMEDY. DR. LAROOKAII'S NDIAN VEGIETABLE PULMONIC HYRUP. The best preparation ever mode for the fol lowing complaints: Colds, Coughs, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asth ma, uatarrn, rironcniiis, ciiuiinH om, Pain in theSide, Night Sweats, Humors, General Debility nnd the various Throat Affections and Hoarse uess to which PublleSpeak crs and Singers are li able, and nil other complaints tending to CONSUM1TION. Tills well known remedy l offered to the pub- it .unetinf,l hv the exDcrlence of many years, and when resorted to in season, seldom if ever fails to clfect a speedy cure ol any ot me aoovc complaints. Thoso who Have not atrcaay mane to refer to the written testimonials of it'A- VREDS nf our most distinguisnen citizens : ni vnr.YMFV. DOCTORS. COSCRESS- ME V, L A WYERS, SIXGEKS, and PUBLIC SPEAKERS, and Inst but not least, many IIUXDREDS of private citizens, both MALE nnri FEMALE who have been rcstoreu HEALTH, when nil expectation ot ocing curea "forlorn hone." Mv limited space will only admit the following EXlRACTb Vt l.V REV. J. C. INGALLS, OF MELROSE, MtSS., Rnvn "Larookah's I. V- P. SvrtiD. tor Puimon- ii:.,.q:i tunds unrivaled hv any medicine vet discovered, it has completely cured me of Bronchitis of six years standing. REV. B. F. BOWLESi OF MANCHESTER, N.H., SnvsT "Dr. Larookuh's Pulmonic Syro p I would confidently recommend for Hoarseness and Sovere Colds." REV. 8. C. SIMMONS, OF 6RNSEV0ORT, Snr. Co. N.Y.,Says : "I feci It my duty to say, Larookuh's Syrup Is tne UCSl lucuiciue we evci used in our family." DR. PORTER. OF NORTH FIELD . VERMONT, Says : "Lnrookah's Syrnp Is th e best medi cine for Colds, Coughs, &c., he knows of in the market. HON. D.IW. GOOCH, MEMBERSQF CONGRESS from Massachusetts. Savs : "I havo used Dr. t .nmiiiiih'i Svmn in mv family for six years, and have found it an excellent remedy for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, and all Consump tivn romnhiints. I have recommended it to several friends, wno nave received gicui wuc- fit from its use. W. R. BOWEN, 86 HANOVER ST., BOSTON, well known Dracirist of 20 years experience. s,iv-s : "I am prepared to say, Larookuh's Syrup is superior to any medicine I havo ever known, for tlie positive enre of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, nnd all similar complaints." Price, 50 cents and $1,00 per Dottle. DR. LAROOKAII'S SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND I It is double tho strength of any other Sarsa parilla Compound In the market. For the cure of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Scrofulu, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Ery sipeliist Bolls, Tumors, Suit Rheum, Llcers nnd Sores, Rheumatism, Pain in the Stomach, Side, and Bowels, Debility, and all complaints arising from impurities of tlie Blood. , The trial of a single Bottle of either will gam the confidence of the i ick. PREPARED BY 8. 8EVERY. Price $1,00 per Bottle . DR. E. It. KNIGHTS, Proprietor, Melrose, Mass. ITTSold by Druggists and Dealers generally. L. D. WEBSTER, Burton Landing, Has on hand, and to arrive, the LA ri BEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF G0OD3 in the county, of all kinds, usually kept In a eonntry store. Bought for cash at tho LOWEST GOLD BASIS, and will be sold at prices corresponding with the times. Tarties throughout the county in want of Goods are specially Invited to call and examiuc for themselves. H3 TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS, and wo dont find much trouble in selling them September 8, 1SG5 37m3 flOOTH BRUSHES of nil kinds. Shears, I Scissors, Pocket Knives, Razors and Razor Strops, Shuttles, Rubber nnd Horn 111 imiilcs, Toy Baskets, Dominos, riiotogrnph Albums, Kmticv Kiiinkins Pines, a superior article of smo king and ' ne cut Tobacco, Hooper's Cachotis for the breath, for salo at the Irasburgh Drug Store. milt ltrSTOIti:i. Martha Wa I 1 sliiiigton Hair Restorer, Dr.Tcbbctt's Hair Restorer and Rcireuerntor. Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer, Sterling's Ambrosia for the Hair, Mott's Hair lnvigorutor, Burnett's Coeoaine for the Hair, Cenuine Bear's Oil, Su perior Macassar Oil, Purified Marrow Oil all tor the Hair, and for sale at the Irusbnrgh Drug Store IMPROVED EYE SSURPENEil. ri IHE subscriber having received special bene I fit hv the use of one of these instruments, nnd licin desirous thai others sh"Uhl In.ve their sight restored, has obtained tuc agency fur Ihe sale of them in Vermont and New Hampshire. These instruments will restore the sight when impaired by one, so that glasses may be laid eside. Price J: sent to any address In these states, with directions by mail postage paid on receipt of the price. Address, Rev. J. 1 . How ard, Holland, Vt. Afco the subscriber having taken the above agency, oirers for sale the very desirable Farm ou which lie now lives. Holland, May 221th, 186J. ivot jeia.i yi:t. I HAVE some of the best Plows ever offered fur sale in this place. Also a good assort ment of Tinware for sale. ILTCash paid for Hides and Calf Skins.J3) TEAM TO LET And Job teaming done to order, and easb paid tor Hides. SAMUEL STANFORD. Irasbnrgh, May 4. ISO. AVANTED. 2 fifl A LBS. of Snakemot, and n flftA V -'il washed and dried, at the Newport Drug Store. ! i'"'" FANCY TOBACCOS. VN KW and nice lot of fancy smoking and chewing tobaccos Just received by J. D. U ORTHLNGTON. Irastwvgh, August 1, 165. VNEW lot of Stationery and Pen, Pen Holders, Iad Pencil i of all kinds, fur sale at the Irasbnrgh Drag Store. BOOTS, SHOES, AND THE McClary Bro's Ara still holding forth at their unparalloted Boot, Shoe and Clothing Store, NEWPORT, VT., Whcro they will be happy to see every one who may desire to look over their large and extremely well selected stock) of Goods. They have In their store every thin j thnt man or boy may desire to wear al any season of the year. Tiey la-re COARSE BOOTS. FINE BOOTS. BUBCERS. WOMEN Will also find at their store Just what Is neooa sary to cover their feet m the neatesl pos sible shape, can ana get a pair oi wioir splendid BALMORAL BOOT'S. Or thrlr beaatifttl CONGRESS SHOES. TAILORING In connexion with our large clothing stere is a Tailor Shop, and when customers cannot , be suited with our goods they can buy our cloth, leave their measure, and our tailor, L. D. LIVINGSTON Will make up your garment In a style that can not be excelled by any tailor In Orleans County. Please give them a call, look their goods over, compare their QUALITY and PRICES, with thofe of other stores of like character in the vicinity, and then m HEREYOUCAKDO DE1T They hnve no time to blow. They prefer to trade. They are after yonr money. They also have a large assorts: tat of Hats aud Caps. CLOTH NG. Cotnptrollet