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Sec. 1. There shall be added to
the li-t of personal property, enumer ated in chapter 33, section 25 of the (leneral Statutes of Vermont, and subject to all the provisions of said chapter, the article of tobacco in the process of curing. Skc. 2. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved, Nov. 13.1 SCO. Sec. 5. This act shall take effect fron its .passage. Approved Nov. 19, 1866. An act relating to the rights and lia bilities of husband and wife. It is hereby enacted, c.f fcEC I. Section 1, of chapter 71, ot the General Statutes is hereby amended so as to read as follows, to wit: When any married man shall leave thy State, abandoning his wifo and not making sufficient provision lor her maintenance, or when any married man shall be under guardian ship by virtue of the laws of this or any other of. the United States, if the wite is of the age ot eighteen years, the Supreme Court may, on her peti tion, authorize her to sell and convey her real estate or any part thereof, and also any personal estate, wnich hall at the time have come, to the husband by rsason of the marriage, and which may remain in the State undisposed of by him. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved. Nov. 2, IMjG. An act to amend section thirteen, chapter forty-seven, of the General Statutes, entitled "Of Levy of Exe cution. " It- is hereby enacted, Sec. I. Section thirteen, chapter forty-seven of the General Statutes, is hereby so amended as to read as fol lows: The following articles shall be exempt from attachment and exe cution unless turned out to the officer to be taken on the attachment or exe cution by the debtor, to wit: Such suitable apparel, bedding, tools, arms, and articles of household furniture, as may be necessary for upholding life, one sewing machine kept for use, one cow, the best swine, or the meat of one swine, sheep not exceeding in number ten, and one year's product of said sheep in wool, yarn, or cloth, for age tor keeping not exceeding ten sheep and one cow through the wiu-ti-r, ten cords cf firewood, twenty bushels ot potatoes, such military anus and accoutrements as the debt or is required by law to furnish, all growing crops, ten bushels of grain. one barrel of Hour, three swarms of bees and hives, together with their produce in honey, two hundred pound- of sugar and all lettered gravestones, the llibies and other book, used in a family, one pew or a slip in a meeting or place of religious worship, live poultry not exceeding in amount or value the sum of ten dol- -vu ael to prevent injury to public highways. It is hen by ciartrd, i)c, Sec. 1. It shall not be lawful lor any person ts; draw, or cause to be on anv oxen or steers, as the debtor may se-' lul;,iiC highway, hi any manner that lc;i in lieu of oxen or steers, but not j ua.v injure sod" highway, more than exceeding in value the sum of two i 11 Wol,d be injured by the ordinary hundred dollars, with sufficient forage j w;l.v ot drawing m;c!i logs or timber be punished by fine not les.i. than ten dollars, nor more than fifty dol lars, and such person or persons so offending shall be further liable in damages to any person injured by the loss or sickness of any domestcd animal occasioned by the deposit of such poison or poisonous substance. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved Nov. 19GG. Foisoxixg. A -Miss Emery, from Ryegate. who was at work in the fac tory at Barner, XVTH-lKIllV .VXD .'.lOUST ACHES ! I 1 1 ()n receipt of 2- cents I will send a. Re cipe i it :;k;k::i,,' the Bc.-l Prepttrnt icn Known fur i"rWto- v,rMc .r-.r.,' tiie p.trnotiomd uie !.. a 01 tiw loath, ine ICUa-htair, pOlftUuC'. j ;,.....,. ,,, h :lt v Dri.tf Store. lerseli recently, iv taxiuir one halt a Try in Andd.v-.! J. cbrikx, oottle of McMnnn's Elixir of opium, j thinking is the same streiursh of tiara-! gone. At la-f account .-;.r vsasiaaj critical position constipation of 103 XiiSHisa Jlcotn 2, New York. iiioms or YOUTH. k iiavi; c llOWf' A ' : V. I,- . Pre: An act in amendment of section 2 ofi r chapter 118 of the General Statutes -tox, ca:I;:i::d i: iC( An act in relation to the earnings of married women, and in addition to chapter 71 of the General Statutes. It is hereby enacted, ic, M-:c. I. Whenever any married woman shall be abandoned by her husband, such married woman shall be entitled to her own earnings, and all the proceeds thereof, and the same shah he under nor sou; coui.ro! the husband shali havt ud e no power over the same; and the wife may maintain an action therefor in her own name in the same manner she could do it sole and unmarried Approved. Nov. li) 1 SoY.. relating to offenses against publi health. It is hereby enacted, etc. Sec. 1. The second section of chap ter 118 of the General Statutes is hereby amended so as to read as fol lows, viz: every person who shall kill or cause to he killed, for the pur pose of sale, and to be used as a fam ily meat, any calf less than four weeks urn, vi oiiiui sen, or ua e in uis pos-1 session- with intent to sell, in any tow;i in this. State, or to scud ice same to any foreign market to sell for the purpose aforesaid, the meat of any calf killed when less than four weeks old. he shall be subject t.' the same punishment that is provided in section one of said chapter. Sec. 2. This act shall lake ciicei from its passage. Approved Nov. .", lsiJG. Forth:: VY-.-:: r. i .. . . . .i;!lo;l.r Cr-i'e. ; , 2471 This wc-'k, L ist week, One vest' a-; nr. v IV.' k T..:l-..v ; Mr: I 10iliiy. .-d'-V- ! a -Vl 1,7-i ' i n !' I n 1 1 ;:.,-((! for years from :re Pec.iy, and all the : "on, w;l f-r the sake d free to aii who need j i;r makin? ihV sitn- I. StiiT'reSS iveilis-'l'-: eXJ el it.'HCC, :;. (;',;!);:;, Ch:iiiilitr.i Sr., N. Y. .!-ir ! i:i tin' XJni- :l V."'V !iVH':l to I.!:! (f.V- ;f tharff'.-), u 'i'l! ijjivina: vj: i!-ii!tc 1'V t :!. v-Iii v'.vsv e a:l- -,v York. 'it-.. I. (;'. (V.v.s S; to. 11 STEPHEN II. DVXTON'S ESTATE. 3TATE OF VBIUIOIVT, J ORLEANS DISTUICT, BS At a Trobate Court held at Irasbureh, in said distrfct. on the 17th dav of November, A. D. 1866, ELLEN M. DUXTO'X, Administratrix of the estate of Stephen H. Dunton, late of Greensboro, in siid district, deceased, makes application to said cu:irt, with consent at approbation in writing of the frnardian of the minor heirs, for license to sell the following described real estate of said de ceased in Greensboro, except the widow's dower, but including the reversion of dower, and the homestead of the widow and minor children, to wit : The whole of lot Xo. 9 in the 10th range, supposed to contain one hundred acres. Also a piece od'of lot Xo. 9 in the 9th range. Also an other piece of land, all being the same prem ises deeded by George and Melinda C.Miller to said deceased on the 31-t day of October, A. D. IStii), with all the privileges therewith conveyed, on a representing, that such sale would be con ducive to the interest of the heirs and ad interest ed in said estate. Whereupon, it is ordered by said Court, that said application be referred to a session of said court t-.j be held at the Probate Oftiee in said Ira-arargli.on tins 8ih day of Iiecember.A.D. 1856, for hearing and decision thereon : And it is farther ordered that all persons inter nstcd be notified hereof by publication of notice of this application and order thereon, th-ee weeks stteees'-'velyiii the Orleans I udependent Standard printed in D. i'ti.n in this .State, before said time cf hearing. Unit they may appear at said time .n:i jiiaec as:d if they se-j cause, object thereto. lv the Court At; est, 4Sw3 E. A. STEWART, Judge. Nero Advertisements. AGENTS WANTED FOR TIIE MOST POPULAR And best selling Subscription Books Published. oriCE OF AUOPTIOX. ? A T 1,1 j F v s: M O X T , '' OV.LHA.VS UISTUICT, 8S. T!:- Hon. the Probate Court for the District ':-. ioJere l'.-wevs an I his wife Lois Pow- frov in s.i.,1 i i e net. Greeting lar. (I n; i-otessional hooks :iud in struments ot physicians, and the pro fessional books of clergymen and at tornevs at law, to the value of two hundred dollars ; also one voke ot ! o'uwn, uny nms or timher i. carl. or ouier vehi- for keeping the same through the wiu-l(,il il W;'V-Oi ter: proided. however, tiiat the ex-: vnieu woiii-J Keej such iov;'s or l said horses and lora-e ikmu uum on uie roaao: .m'jdi'Ui oi t!.e or is not to extend or cllecta ! i v i irovi-.b lue .-eU-cUncU (;f town altaehmeut issued on anv contract : illd.v 1,1 Ul0U' uiscr.jtio.j uive mtete ou or before the first day of lVr.chiicr next, or t' any execution i--.-;,e 1 mi a judgment founded on any sueit a coiitraet. !:. This act shail take effect from its passage. Approved, Nov. 1, 1 SC(. . on permission t.o omw e.-j-.s or tuu ber i.i any wa.', wln-a in iheir osfmiou liiu ucinias won,'', inji. Oe jurei.l thereby ; orm i i. ! a may di'aw lo'jfs or timijer i: An act dcfinimr the jurisdiction town clerks. It is hcribii ennrii.-i. Arc. Sec. 1. The clerks of the s era towns in this S'.ai .. uv- h w thoricd to lake aokuowied -o'lueai s o deeds and other instrument retj.iirei by law, throughout- the countv '., wiiieli said clerics repeeiihiiy i e-'.: Sec. '2. Any town clerk is UvvA authorized to iidstur.isi,.-r oaths i eases in which iiistnuuents ai'c ed to be sworn to. a; id aiv returnub; to the office t.f r-ueU t ivi cieri; . Sec. li. This a, f,Kl take eiiV. from Sis jms ,:jv;e. Ajiproved Nov. I :i, i .',','. 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I'c.ii.y in lt.'1'sl 111 ai;v wav An to ju'dv'pIi' lor the ivstoration aii'i K'cst'rvatioii ol'lish in tho state id' Vermont. '-' is hi i'i I)') untried, 'r. 1 Tin: ia'ovc rnor of the state al, sue:! taae.s. wiieii t,y r;i.iou ol irost highways would i:n; ne iia'.-tc to i..';, i;.' thereby. M-:c. . ri aiiviioiwa shall vioiato i u t li - same tiie j:iovi-io.;.s m' the precv-liiac sec-j stricken oul tin An ael in aiai-iaiiii-.-;.:. .;' !. ehttj i1 1 i , )', MalnU's. rc.i'i.iif i- ri turns of i'iiih.-. a.: i iea i is.-. It i h r-1"; e i- '. ., iV( M-:e. I. 'j r:,a;-. d tilt- Jc l.eiV.i . !,.!,!. illlli'.iiiUii i i .' s'. ,i ... , line in ; a".; .-.c!i,a. ili. aiiii ! iii.-ertir il.or. si Feid-ua ry. ami ta.-u ii..' arv in til 2d ii ' s.i i tiie word .!a:.:r;r i.:.-; ; :..V lM.sTItlt'T, ss. ,;-b;i"'.h, in said dis- ' . a. ii. 1 -iai : . Au.;-.'i-.-:.ii, Jr., j- .hit a unit tor s.iid Court, thai ::.:. IC.nrt, a said Ira-'utr-h, A. i). lSo, ii.r trashy stuif published i ts .such, and worthy the rending of intellcc; ual people." lloston Satur day Evninif Gnzettr. Sent postpaid on receipt of I price, isl ,). LKY:jOI.I)l"&110LT,4.31Broome Street, New York. CQiTors mm flavors Of the Choicest Fruits and Spices lire nUran-r!ng the attention of the Lovers of choice Piuvurs everywhere, fur their delicious Flavors, strict Purity, ami unrivalled Strength. Dealers treble their sales with tlieui. Wholesale Agents M. .S. Ltirr & Co., and Geo. C. Goodwin & Co., ilort.m It is warranted to Restore Gray Hair to its natural color, make hair grow on DAXixi HEADS where the disease is not heraditary. It will Stop Hair from Falling out or Turn ing Grey, Cure all Eruptions of the Scalp, Remote Scurf, Dandrvff, and allay all itching. It will cause harsh wiry hair to become soft, pliable, and luxuriantly glos sy. It is elegantly perfumed, and is All that can be Desired in a dressing. It does not soil the finest linen, nor stain the nicest bonnet. A-;. S.TKW licreiii cation o ....irt-.Mti! be abowed. ! V Ui, J usijH'. ilJvwJA UHLtJLiv ls3l?ll i sj 112 .V114 Dorrance St., Providence. R, I. iHH.ictur. is (,1'C.iloiie Engines, of various siz- i.rii.teU at . ,;. la-cent : 1 1 1 1 r. .vt iti -i 1 1 s up .n the engines have .tid tune up- fivfU them V.-r.i 'he ii;f:ie;i. tics Avbieh have here ;.: ;n.:r ci s.nu : t,f..re exi-ied iii ni.ttor.- of this elass. They are my tie y may I ivv rfeetiv reliable for ad purposes where ii-aireil power is required, eonstiining a small amount ol fuel ; are entirely safe and can be op crate 1 bv person-, ui.t ki'!ed in mechanics. STEPHEN WILCOX, Ju., Agent. 1 i SUCll per.-on .-: Uicivoi. iorle.t and p; lae tov.'ii in win li. on conviction ! inserted th'Tcin j .if da: U-e oi ; W. '. .!. '1 iVtl ' i si.ch tdicuce .-iiaa i ot t.ie s.uip- ena ' i i ord V h ie v.-.! Oil: i 1-' ' V. is h- i'i'liv anthori.ed tuid einiiow to anpoint two persons to b;; siyled !i-h eoiinnissioners, whose' duties it cred , ":IVC 1 a':jn comimitt tlio siau id. not sific:-:en oiu tn u ss than uvc tbniars, nor more man , word .;;uvit m. leu dollars- iu the dis-v.-rcii-.iii of the i i-:c -J. This lW i ti ACm-: I. AM) WARRANTS i Vf,UvK Wniiteii, at highe.-.!. cash rates, by HORATIO WOODMAN, No. 2") Railroad Ex ehaage. C .art S ;ti.iiv. Lostim, Mass. HAMMOUTOK FRUIT LANDS. .- -Lii i-t op:,o;t.;uiv t .ceuie a h .me : mild i . ii.iia lititv ci;!;! te : s, ii suitable for ail r FiiriT l.At is" Tilt: Union; ha'i le to coaler with the fr- ini-siiiuers of the Xew Muu'lai and. Canada; lo direct, and superm tend, in their discret ion. the construe Court, together wiiii co.-l-; 1 sl ta!e-s :clltl"n.' ',e I'ceo". cred o.i ae ij mil S'. af. : a com- ifo.-e-coni- li'OUl IIS IK', s. i ie Approve plaint oi town justice ol' the iiou thet'eol. streuiu.-- !ak ;..Vi';iu t juror iielore any j peace Lavi e; jurisdic-' An act in uoship. i'Ni-.-h p. .Prion .shall he i tiie (Jetie-ra! ' town in which nion.'v o,' aceou li.in ui' t'wIi.vv-M v-t in the streams of the ,, i ,i ' ... ,i ,4-iunaer tiaiii(J- to lue Slue, . ilii'l ais" til. lie u.-e v'i iiiv. ; . . 1 7 'I'll stale io introdu-'e shad ami salmon or;1'1 Wllll":l - 01k'n''c :n' h;lve J' ' !"';:' ' otiier tioodvariviiesof lis!., into such ! ,i u i tut t .-el i,r all damage to any i:r . $!. r:. or ponds as iliey may ; i,ul.ni,; '-vay, oy re;i-oa ol ae vie- uu. ano.vc-u ...r ,1 s,,;,,.,! to the l.ai.its and sue- : Klu"u u; i t'eo-,eica in . u...,. ...... c.-s-mi cultivation of such iisii. " lVo-1"0 nai'1" oM:'r ,w"f i i. !.. .,.;,... ,.v-,.,.,, .. ;,...,, : town, in auv acl ion on Hie case v a. i u :ves iieln .Nov Voik and Phil.iue. .0 1 t- r-";.oo i-era ie cleared from ;i-il-.- pupai.iii'iu aireaoy located; calir,.;; uo'id society; perfectly v., , v; .-.4 ,i.lv.uiiage-. Lands for -!.- itl.'C i'.iiaw'.is H.tmiiio-itot! Fruit -s from riiii.aielphi.i. A large v. i.-d into ii.rias ;.j suit the actual ;- -J-i a res i.;i upwards from J?-0 I'.vc and ten acre lots for sale. ..tie -ricci. 1m r f;;!i inlonua- i s Jo.vi.s, iianiiao!iton,New -i s i.n.-weivi!. ,LS HOUSE, t ,ii.' urn'. Q-K-eu sts.. Piiiirieston, is iiie rcjiair ol hi i 1 1 T i ei 1 ev ie se ii1 ci . - under this act ,l.ull not excecl live I -M'l'vctl, iSou-niber l.Mbuo. iiuielre l dollars. Si:e. 2. Said commissioners shall hold their oHiccs for the term of live years, un'ies othei s siitiil lie appointed to iiil the vacamdes occasioned by death, resignation, or inalulity to ul- teinl to tiie duties required. Sec. .. Xo person shall be allowed to take any shad or salmon in any of the waters of this state, or continuous thereto for the term of live years from tiie dale of the passage of this act. JYovidcd: the slates adjoinii r and the province of Canada enact similar prohibitory laws respeetino: the wa ters tributary to and flowing lVoin the lakes and streams of this state ; and provided furthermore, if the states of Xew Hampshire and Massachusetts each enact similar laws, then this sec tion .shall prohibit the taking of shad or salmon in the Connecticut river, and the st reams, lakes or ponds trib utary thereto; and provided further, if the pvOvernment of Canada and the state of Xew York shall each enact a similar law, then this section shall prohibit the takino; of shad or salmon in Lake Cham plain and Lake Mem phremai'oe; and the ponds and streams tributary thwreto, but not otherwise. Sec. 4. Xo person shall be permit ted to take any trout or lunge in this state, with any hook, net, or other de vice, for the term of five years from the pa.-sage ol this act, except from the iirst day of May to the fifteenth day of August of each year; provided, however, that nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit the tak ing of fish in private ponds, construct ed expressly for the raising of lish by the owners thereof; and provided further that any person wanting spawn for the propagation of fish, may take fish from their spawning beds or elsewhere during the spawn ing sea.on, provided such person first obtain a written permission from a majority of the board of civil author itv'of the town in which such fish arc to be taken. Sec. o. Any person violating the third or fourth sections of this act shall be liable to prosecution before any Justice of the Peace for the county in which the offence is committed, and shall be lined not less than five dol lars nor more than one hundred dol lars, or imprisoned not less than ten days nor more than three months in the jail of the county in which the of fence is committed, or both penalties, In the discretion of the court, togeth er with costs of prosecution one-half of the line to go to the person matin the complaint, and the other half to tiie t reasury ot the state, rroviueu that nothing in this act contained shall prevent any person lroin taking trout, nr maskaluutre with, hook and line, from the fifteenth day of May to the thitfr-flret, dap;. nee ltundivit do the Sitllje r it ;i .sum, ami hu- a h : 1 1 1 I higher ,: -be ado wee. .T.I '. 2. ' ii ii ! i 1 :' 1 . similar oUi-.rn 1 i :;s. payable u .a-nr. a, i time with i,t;-.'! -'i made, such j.i n .-i.i.-til'St, to lifii;..i;iie l:;e vieenn d at the t: i and secou-by. to taent of tin prii.idp.; Si-:c. : ob;i on JOSEPi-i PL LL, Proorictor. a! U'le n le;i i An act to provide ib aigiiwuy.s. is hereby nactcd, i)r., ! Si:e. i. when in tiie opinion of ! t he highway surveyor or road master oi' any distriei i,i any town in this Mate, it shall oeeonie necessary to take the grave!, earih, or tdone, for tho purpose oi lx-pairing or buiidhiir anv road under his cluirj;e that does not lie within the iimits of the high-1 Si-:c. way as surveyed, or bcyoml the limits ' similar of his district, and the owner thereof i,avabk will not permit him to take the same! time, with inierc.-e without paviiiir more than in his judg-: nual iiteret iliai ment he ought to pay. then the high-: shall be s!;:-iee' ; i .-h r, way surTeyor or road master shall! from the time li.-ry btvom-- .'.tie ;-. have the riuitt lo call on the seleci-; time of final set i ieineu- : but i". ;. men of the town in which such inate- vear, reckoiiii!!.-: from lh- "inie -, rial is located, and they shall at once annual inter -1 lu can so a; -ri:. . make an examination ot the matter, ', r'trnts have b.-i i ma-.i". ii"- am' a. and if they are satisfied that the pub-i of such payments at She i nd ' lie good requires the tukiug of such i year witn interes-i. thrivon iv.v.v. ; inateriai, then liio vsclectmeu shall time of payment shad bo apod-- . : give notice of the intent to take the! Iirst. to liquidate the simple '.; gravel, or stone, to the owner or oc-; that has accrued from the u-.tpaio eupaiit of the land from which the i nual interests ; secon; t.y, to ti-p.iti; material is to be taken, and proceed i the aunual interests ih.it nave b., -: to appraise the damages by the year i due: thirdly, to the extinguishiik or otherwise, and shall pay or tender j of tiie principal. a l ... . . . . I , ! . ' . i . I : -. a : . me same to saiu owner or occupant, : r-cc. i. oiuia-j. m iui ac. .-;!.'. and they may then direct the shrveyor so coustrueil as to affect exist har ta LOSS" fx-?-"' f ha-;--- . s it n M !' i-,v -Do vou vrisli to UAIir., OI A! L SIZES. i ." i. i'j is r si Lid tut ail about Gas ll.iveyn'.t ; hotise or faetory (.r (i-.lier imiidhis to li-tbt r Be ii .re ii. ai;j; s , lie sure e.nd sei.d -..r our ea-enl.ir. Yoti will not I v.wt it. U'SIOX (hlS CO. ' -to I'a-.K mtield Street, Boston. .-.-.-..I WILOO.X -v GlllBS (SEWING MA i CllIXl-s GIVEN AWAY as oreinianis for suli i .-erii-ei-s to Arthur's Home Mai-'aane. Address ! iwi.ii ''. etsi .r nuniin-r eontai'-iiift terms) T. S. 1 Al.TIH'U, ;:" Wahiat St., Philadelphia. Pa. This preparation IS NOT A DYE, but by supplying the canplilarv elands, arts as a restorer. This preparation contains no Sugar of Lscaa or otlier mineral to deleterious to the- head aid hair, and ol winch most of the eoninounds in the market are made, but it is a purely vegetable jirouueiion. AVe Challenge the AVorld to produce an instance where the Restorer has l-.uled, when used according to directions. It is u-ed and recommended by the Clergy and Facul- y. i ne proprietor is aware ot the many who have been disappointed by the high soundingpre- icnse oi uie numerous nitir preparations witn which the market has been tilled for a few years past, but snch entire con lideiice does he place in the merits of his Restorer, that he oilers in all eases lo refund the money altera thorough trial of two bottljs, if it fails to pre perfect satisfaction. Mothers, whose children's hair is harsh and wiry or thin and scant, will find by using the Restorer it will immediately improve, thereby laying the foundation for a good head of hair, so desirable in after life. A single trial will convince the most sceptical of its merits. Once use it and you will always use it. Call for Dr. Clock's Hair Restorer, and take no other. Sold by druggists everpwhere atlpl per bottle.? DIt. F. B. CLOCK. Proprietor. Manchester, N. II. Huntley & Hall, Dealers in Dry Goods, Gro ceries, Yankee Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, i. e., fee, are agents for Newport, Vt. Wm. Josi.ys & SoNS.Apothaearies & Druggists. Dealers in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, l-.aiev Ooods, Perlutnerv, tec, inc., arc Asents t or Barton, V:., " ll-33y l V llE L AJfl). A EC Hi A FJttTaT I..4SDS, in a -Sa mild and healthful climate Thirty railes south of Philadelphia, by Ilailroad, in New Jer sey, on the same line of latitude as Baltimore, Md. The soil is rich and productive, varying from a clay to a sandy loam, suitable for wheat, Gra. s, Corn, Tobacco, Fruits, and vegetables. This is a freat frmt country. Five hundred Vineyards aiid Orchards have been planted out by experi enced fruit growers. Grapes, Peaches, Pears, &e., produce immense prolif s. Vineland is already uiie of the niu.-t beautiful places in the United Mates, l he entire territory, consisting ot htty sauare miles of land, is laid out upon a general system of improvements-. Xhe land is only sold to actual settlers with provision for public adorn ment. The place on account of its great beauty as well as other advantages, has become the resort of people of taste. It has increased lire thousand people within the past three years. Churches, saores, schools, Academies, societies ot Art and ::t v ;;l Hav, Ims- :-....--.-'-'itf e.,aiiis ot .ie '- : iie late nets "t' I 1 Ie- l.inowaigper jinDire Sewing Machines. -AltE SUPEHIOU TO ALL OTHERS s: ijt or l'.;:;i!y uuu 3Ianrtlacturiug "arposL's, ra,t.ra.i all the latest improvements; are s-ieedv, tioiseiess, durable, and e.isv to v. t'.;. I'dustr.ited Circulars free. Agents waiited. I.i '.era I discounts allowed. No con signmein s mule. Add.e-s WIRTH & ROOT. 3S2 Washington Street, Boston. Eearuing, and other elemerts of refinement and culture have beet; introduced. Hundreds of peo- le are constantly scttleni!:. Jlnndreds ot new bouses are being constructed. Price of farm laud, ,-enty acre lots and upv. ards, $flo per acie. 1 lve ml ten acre and village lots lor sale. Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this dis trict than in any other locality north of None":, a. Improved places tor sale. Openings for all kinds of business. Lumber Yards, Manufactories, Foundries, Stores, and the like ; and Steam Power, with room, can be rented. t or persons who desire mild winters, a he.-nti!- fulcliinate, and a good soil, in a country beaici- tuiiy improved, ai)undmg in lruits, and posses ion all otnet social prmieuges, in the heart ot civilization, it s worthy of a visit. Letters answered, and the Vineland Rural, a paper giving full information, and containing reports ot Solon lloiunson, scntto applicants. Address CHAS. K. L.AND1S, Vineland P. O.. Landis Township, New Jersey. from Keport of Sown liobinson, AqncuUural Editor of the Tribune: "It is one of the most ex- 'ensirc fertile tracts, in an almost level position and suitable conaition lor pleasant farming that tee knoic of this side of the Western Prairies." aims. : w'.i-.. ii-.v. iveeivea otlty : i e a-,w e:a ,. i it . iy:w ao- i .. :er;if.i.ih .nllitioiial Pen i! auer siN:.-ea year.- el' uae. a!,, i s, tie.; iters, brothers and :ae i aia li. i u. ; e.'inay. rved iluiH years, or have :.. i uata of wounds, havitia i.e now entitled to b"".(W ad- eiiesa -.i :'...r two years, 0 . hoh .ve lost, or are disabled o'li-asor arms, are now en I"'" tt.o'.l'l'. pension, ac ! eiiiiay. a at die close of i lie war ate i i.- li o'iih-. extra pay, under a or road master to lake the inateriai so appraised to tiie amount necessary tor the purpose set forth in this act. tEC. And it is fta-iiier j)rovideiJ, that it the owner of said laud is not satisfied with the amount of damages allowed by the selectmen, then he shall have all the rictus of appeal in tiie same manner and iorm as he would have under the statutes in case oi" ap peal from the apprisal of selectmen in opening highways. Sec. Any highway surveyor or road master of any highway district in this State may, when in his opinion it becomes necessary to take any uravel, earth, stone, or other material for the purpose of repairing or build iug any road uuder his charge, that lies within the limits of the highway, whether the same is to be used at or near the point where the same is tak en from, or other places on said highway. Sec. 4. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved November 1U, lebb relating to hanKs ana laiiiKiiia1 i;-,-tuitions, nor to notes and eon true is i-x-isting before the pas.-age of tins as;. Sec. 5. This act shall laL' e filer. from its passage. Approved Xow 1'.'-, I Stio. STATE OF VEHMOXT. Ollice of Secretary of Slate, Montpclier, Xov. 21, 18GC. 1 hereby certiiy that the foregoiim 7 numbers, published in pursuance oi' sec. 14, cnap. .. ot the general stat utes, are true copies ol acts passed by the ireneral asscn.blv at its annual ses- a: a- deceased soldiers fol io a pension great dis- ; " S. : 1 1 - -. , the cer- ;. i . ;. ..'tlu- (;..;;;:, -which a-on ;-Si an; ! :e.!t ions, can be pro - : . . , .. . nn forwarded the same day np- S n S- in le, end tlins tiiueh time saved, -a i.i'-:-s can be done by mail if required.' cuas. I. 'AIL, lrastuii-gli, Vt. 33tf ! ivin's Patent Hair Crimpers- j VorCittMi'iNt ami Wavino Lapiks' Hair. No ! at itKuriKr.n in vsixo them. Asii your ! S-oi elveener for tlieia. If lie does n t keep them vi i ee to the liiaui't.te; liver, 1.. 1 i.N.s, Dtxtii ai., and Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia. As.'.- I -M n-i- uz.-iit 1 1 " j l Hfdii. Chevalier's late for the Hair restores gray hair to iisoi-i-ina! color and voutliltil beauty.strengtn ens and promoies the growth of tiie weakest hair, slops its falling oiu at once, keeps the head clean and the scalp healthy ; contains nothing iniurious ; a deliahtla! Hear dressing lore iiiiurcu .is wp :is 1 T nelsons. l ll, .-n.iuv. ...... hemists consider it a woiidertai tnumpli ot sci- .-, , , . i, , : . 1 .111. TioV eace. ootii nv an uruuisis uu unnii-tH. . 1,-esscrs, and at my ollice, No. 113 Broauway V,.,.- Vnrt. t Wholesale in lloston by ijco. C. oooawin Lv C j., VecksS: Potter, M. S Burr & Co.. Carter V 'V "C" SARAH A. CHEVALIER, M. D sion. a. i). one thousand eitrht tired and sixty six, as appears lroin the iiles of this office. George Xicnoi.s, Secretary of State. AUCTION SALES Ai tended to with promptness W HEELER, WINTER EMPLOYMENT. t?OAl MONTH and Expenses Paid UU Male or Femaie Agents, to introduce ;i nev. ami useful invention, of absolute utility in every household. Agents preferring to work on r-iinmissiou ran earn from S"20 to 6)0 per day. For all particulars, cncloss stamp, and address 11. (i. W 1LSU-N UU., iJieveiaua, uum I ill ytiij.t I V n in.-. ies.I'woi I saue- wo Pom!, V i,; An act to prevent the depositing of poison on lands, and in amendment of section thirty of chapter one hundred and thirteen ol the Gener al Statutes. It is hercbn enacted, &c. Sec. 1. Section 30 of chapter 113 of the General Statutes is hereby amended so as to read as follows : If any person shall deposit any poison or poisonous substances upon the lauds belonging to' himself or to anv other person, or in the buildings The Chicago Times boasts that its late pronuueiaiuento for negro suffrage has created more sensation than any newspaper editorial ever published in this country. Which reminds another democratic paper not yet converted tothv? true democratic doctrine, of the servant girl who went to town, and came back arrayed in fine linen and purple and jewelry. "Bless me, Jane," said her old employer, "wiiere uiu you get all those line clothes ?!' "La, missus," replied Jane, with a self- satisfied smile and glance of approval, A man in Providence named Rich ards invented a paper collar and bo- Bite UK1 Vt., ' t A ' D. r. , ; :::' Kng. i- li f :;: 1 S v ': re ;K.-..,li i of the .t..So ci on MICHAEL JtVLUS Sr. . ii f S ' .1 1IC p- 1 : !:! i s "Un-ri:-., -s. Ill Probate Cotirl, lien' r Ir:sinirg!i, in si id Dsa-,er, die 4.u day of D-.-c. A . 1. Ud: il-.-iiry Ii. aij i:i-s, aSiii-n:- ti.to.f c. .'es.'i.'.;.-;.-'o anih.ro of the esnne of Mich.n ! ity cy, i n- 1 Cr.ifi.-bury, iu (-.aid i:is!.r:e., decc i eil, prv--e!iH his aamiiii: tr.ui.ni account f.r t.;t,miii.-!i.n :ind ullowaticc, and makes :ij.; iie.stn.u tor a decree of distribution and paiiUioa of the efta'e of t-'aid dec-eased. Whereupon, ii is ordered by said Cmtrr, th:.i said uccoiiut and sail! ap.pi ici: ion be reti rred te a se-siou of said Court to i.e lend at the j'l.sbme Oliiee in caid Int-bargh.on the '2xi-h dr.y oi'LK .Jeni fer, a. i). Ib03, lor hearing and decision liier-:-on : And it is further ordered, that notice hereof f-e given to ail persTins interested, by pu. mention of the same three weeks successively in the Orleans Independent (standard, a newspaper published at Barton, in said di-trict, previous to said time e.p- .,,,,1 , i,lw,,,:,B. ia ,vtlif,ni3v K rc.-irn mail. An tora.ati.iii.-Lious ftiicJy hnril uiu- foiiii' .leeonn!; shonl.i not i.r niitiwed. i eonlidential. Address-. in confidence, MADAME and suth decree made. j K. F TUOR.N'1'OX, V. O. liv the Court. Attest, K.T v ,,. . 50w3 " E. A. STEWART, Judge. I' 1 ''Hb -..i:;.e.. sren won--, P-: To emoiie her to oS :;v les- ::n:''ift:i!iee to :; '. .; e.dn-r --etv. ' Vif'e m a ne d ..ii:.-.:.'es the Very features t u t'vs to marry, tnsd i y the aid .-Sinten. c p.-wcr, kuown as tiie ... ftuar.tiitv-vS to prod, n o a liie shc i.s.itrc Utisli.tnd or -wife of the I'lei-ivnh .hire --f marriage, po: tii:::' tiVii.s ( i character, ike., tie. iSnr, as jhouH.:d!S of testiuionials ;tl iit'i ce.sireu, a certi. ie itii n nnr.i I.e. rt, sni Si i- tne ptc- cnclofcliij? a ui in.i.-, and ytatiut place of birth, age, o:s;. .ii;:. .n ntni eoiun'cxioii, and enclosing 50 crs. and s:n;.o.ed envelope r.i'.-'lrrs:-eil to yourself, you will receive the iSe'St-.e and iltsired in format ion MX 2il Hudson. AUCTIONEER, OTartV thsiitinrr of sellinir at Auction, will find i: to their interest to corre.-pond with nae. Tiie Ison-resiieii!s Proprie'fir of the t'jwn of Leuinisr'oii in t he county of Fssex, are hereby notified that the ti'xes assessed by said town within' the year next preceding this date remain, either in whole or in part, unpaid on the fallow UK; described lands in said town, to wit i Mo of Mo of Mo of Amt. of Div. Lot. Acres. Tax. .4- DOIXAHS. BARTLETT SEWIMG -1. J MACHIXK. Unsuroassed for family use. Anents wanted. Larger commissions paid than nn Anv nihiT machine. Address C. WEAT1I- KUBY, Sole Agent for Eastern, M. Y., 200 Broadway M. Y., Room !). - TIIE ) zCo I lecreW A. J. MARSH lo CO, SU Allans. c. Fall term commences Sept. 13, 18G(. College Journal civin? information mailed free. Apply to CUAS. A. J. .MARSH. & lO.St. Alimiis V I. o ) 1 .Toll ii Writrhf. W ii-iam WiilLs, Samuel Wiliis, David Callioiiii, Jonathan I.yon, Anthony Tripp, John Tripp, David Seaman, 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 onathan Seaman, 3 7. balon Seaman, 3 John Tri- p, 2 Herman Lilfird 17 57 5o 38 2G 39 44 10 S3 Ci 43 7 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 190 190 $2,614 1.761 1.761 2.2o4 2.3.57 2.614 1.919 1.819 2.44 .395 5.588 4.747 nd so much of said lands will be so'.d at public auction, at the School House in sai'i District Mo. 1. in Leiuitijrtoii, on the 31st day of December next, ut lo o'clotk in the forenoon, as shall be requisite to discharge said taxes with costs, un less previously paid. Dated at Leuiinston, Mov. 24, 1866. 50w3 U. 11. COOK, 1st Constable. ii TO 2 FOR EVERY HOUR'S SERVICE. 0 1- Employment desirable for ClDraymen teachers, students, aud soldiers no risk. La dies and gentlemen want'-d in every county. Everybody address J.1ASUM L,AMi, ery.M. Y. INVEST ONE DOLLAR in the GRAND CHARITABLE FAIR and PRESENTATION FESTIVAL, For the benefit of DESTITUTE & ORPHAN CHILDREN of our SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. xr-.i aiivi' Female Agents wanted. Address, with .mp. for particulars, THOMAS & CO., Managc.rs,6 15 Broadway, N. Y. lVAVrEI--AGEXTS, to sell Rev. D.C. iV Eldy's works "The cottage Library," by the set or-single volume. The best canvassing books eve -,r published. Exclusive territory given. Good ind ucemeiits. Send for Circular. HOR ACE Wi 1MTWORTH, Publisher, 110 Washing ton Stree. t, Boston, Mass. 3IANIIOOD. riOW LOST, HOW RESTORED, TShST Published, a Mew Edition of Dr. Culver- f I well's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without medicine) of Spermaiorhoea, or feeminai Weakness, involuntary iscminai iuij. iencv, Meuml and Physical Incapacity, Impedi ments to Marriage, etc. ; also, Consumption Epi lepsy, and Fits, induced by sell-indulgence or sexual extravagance. (O'Price in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents. The celebrated author, in this admirable es say, clearly demonstrates, form a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming conse quences of self-abuse may be radically erred without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effectu al, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically. O'This Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent, under seal in a p''n envelope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post itamps. Also Dr. Culverwcll's "Mar ri1re Guide," price 25 cents. Address the pub lishers! CHAS. J. KL1ME & CO, 127 Bowery, Mew York, Post Otlice box, 4.5SG. U)FE AND MATRIMONY. Any Lai iy or Gentleman sending rne an ad dressed en velope and stamp, will receive full di rections foi- gadning the affections of the opposite box, and which will enaoie mem to inarij rALTO.VS RIjr.ISTEIU Farmer's Alma- pily, irrespective of wealth, age o r A V n.ie, and a good assortment of Diaries ior dross Mrs. M AB .IE LAMOILLE, Harlem r. U. Ii67, at tUoBai-ioui'wuj; Stero. New York City, Money Returned in Full I F, alter a few day's use of GODFREY'S CA 1 TARRH REMEDY, its effects are unsatisfac tory. Sold by P. C. GODFREY only, Mo. 831 Broadway, Mew York ; ffi a box ; few require more. It is-tho prescription of one of toe most eminent of living successful medical professors and surgeons in the United States, and is known loiica scientific, safe, and successful remedy. Occasionally a case may have passed to an incu rable state, for man was born to die; but that none may be imposed upon, the above offer is made, in accordance with the printed statement on each box. March 7, 186614 Orleans Probate District. PROBATE COURTS will be held at my office in Derby, on Monday, knd at the Probate Office in Irasburgu, on Thursday of each week, until farther notice ' . E. A. STEWART, Judge. Irasburgh, Dec. 1, 18C5. DENTAI NOTICE. T TAKE this occasion to correct an error that 1 has been circulated, that I am going away. T nm still .loinir business at my old rooms, over wSthK Stiles' store where I : shall -be nleased to receive any and all of m7 old friends Sndi Datrons. soliciting at tho same time the pat SeoTthe public generally, feeling confident that I can with good work and low prices please ail who may favor mo with a call. . H. T. WHITM EY. Surgeon Dentist IrasDurgh,NoY. 3, 1866. 46tf 31 dl s'' i k'l fi -1 ' 1 t-ii 1 he., or. tliey.. jAa)Jl.0I and sold the patent for$300,U00. vo. . .... osuh vt Ar Y Z 1 : ' 1 " I .