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Local News. ALBANY. The Congregational church has added one hundred volumes to the Sabbath school library. Apples. Elihu. Wright, Jr. and C. C. King of East Albany grafted some small apple trees a year ago last spring, close to the ground, part from Bryant's variety. One of them bore 39 good apples this year, nnd the trunk was only 21 inches in cir cumference at the ground ; and the height of the first years growth was 2 feet 9 inches. Croon Pnic-KS. W. O. Cochrane of Al bany sold three of the pigs he exhibited at the lair for l) each, two for $7 each, and two for SG each. He has sold thirteen pigs njred less than five weeks old for 01. A. Ii. Sargent has lately established him self in the shoemaking business at West Albany. Hope lie will do well, and he will if he will not trust out his work. He is a clever, likely man, and one of the best workmen in the county. A series of meetings have been held the past week in West Albany, under the charge, of Keys. Mr. DeWitt ami A. Nnr cross. H.YIITO.X. Oats. (r. W. Heath writes us that he has seen much in the papers about tall oats, and adils that he has some growing in his field over twenty feet high on the top of a maple stub. It is supposed that the squirrels or birds curried tbe wfil there. Smar t. Moses Heath, 87 yours old, has picked X7 quarts of raspberries and black berries this summer. Wiikat. Horatio Nye of this town has raiied forty bushels of nice wheat from two bushels seed. Potatoes in the vicinity of Barton Laud ing seem to be plenty and cheap. They are selling, to work up into starch, for twenty-five cent.-, a bushel. The rot is not so bad as heretofore reported. Mr. Iiimir, who had his toe smashed at 1'elker's Ledge a short time since has bad one toe removed to prevent mortification. CMAM.r.s. Kimball & Pierce of this village have sold their stock in trade to -ear Owen, who purposes to go into trade soon. He was raised in this town, has r-pent t-evcral years in !o.-ton,-and we hear him highly spoken of by his old acquain tances, li. M. Kimball has sold his house to J. N. Webster of this village. Price Sales. W. H. lloyt has sold his land to Clark Sinionds of tioshen, N. H., for a consideration of Slot Ml, and Ilcnj. Mossman lias sold the Hunt sugar orchard to Sim oiuls for a consideration of S.'toO. UKOW.MNOTON. A house and horse barn belonging to G. K. Kiehanls, was burned on the night of the loth, with quite a quantity of hay and nearly all his personal effects. Mr. Kiel. ards w:is away at the time, so that it must have been the work of an ineendiarv. No insurance. Miss Netty Bryant, while edging shin gles in Chapman's shingle mill, was seri ously hurt by a shingle accidentally falling upon the saw and hitting her with such force as to knock her down, rendering one of her lower limbs useless. Medical aid was soon had and her injuries found to be quite serious. CKAFTSHIRY. In our report of the fair at Craftsbury the following omissions were made: In lady equestrienship Miss Freeman of Al bany was awarded the first premium .'! and Miss Bandall the second $2. To close the exercises of the second day a purse of twenty-five dollars was raised by private subscription to be trotted for, open to all horses. Three entries were made for this purse, viz : "Worcester Boy" and "Lady Morgan," by .1. Ctton of Worces ter, and "Honest Bill," by Orin Miles of Albany. The purse was to be divided, l" to the first and S(t to the second; the race to be mile heats, best two in three. This was a square, honest trot, and resulted as follows: First heat Worcester loy trot ted in 2:i, Honest Bill in 2:"7 and Lady Morgan in 2:"'.. Second heat, Worcester Boy 2:5o, Honest Bill 2:"2, and Lady Mor gan time not given. ril KLESTON. B. I. Chirk & brother have gone into the business of milking window shades. 1 r. George Hinman has purchased Fi ller Smith's hoti-e for siloo. ArriPKNT. A young man threshing at Fernando Cole's, fell down stairs one mor ning recently and broke" his arm. . it r: i:siioito. Kn.i.r.iv Mr. Calvin Joslyn of Fast Greensboro was killed in the town of Gran by, on the morning of the 27lli. He was employed in a circular saw mill, and while below oiling the machinery was caught in the belting and literally torn in pieces. His remains, were carried to Georgia where his father resides. Ho leaves n wife and one child. .1. L Porter of Greensboro, on the 4th lay of June sowed one-half bushel of Wes tern corn on one-eighth acre of land. He cut the same the 2'th of Sept. From one square rod there was ."SO pounds, making thirty tons, eight, hundred pounds to the acre. Goon Cai.vks. Frank Phillips has a calf 7 months old which weighsoW pounds, and Mr. Mathew Xesbit has oue four and a half mouths old of the Dutch breed that weighs 430 pounds. Wl'.oNU. In our list of premiums last week we gave the residence of Hattie E. French, as Albany. It should have been Glover. She is the daughter of Orin French and drew a premium for black crayoning. A SI X. A lauded nmn two daughters had, And they were very fair ; To each he gave a piece of land, A circle and a square. Then to increase their fortunes more, He seem'd in duty bound ; Those fertile farms lie did inclose With English shillings round. Price of the land per acre was A farthing as it laid ; The shillings that inclosed each, Exactly for them paid. Each daughter's fortune valued In sterling can you find ? Then for assistance in the task. What follows you must mind : If 'cross ashillint; be an inch, It varies verytrare Which of their fortunes was the best, The. circle or the square . N. S. Glover, August lSi'ili. Accident. While a son of Mr. Cephas Clark was driving alone, the horse became frientene 1 and ran, throwing him out and inflicting a severe wound upon his head. The iMrriivge was completely smashed up. IRASni'IUill. Chas. P.Allen has built a little over two miles of stone wall on the old homestead farm within a little over one year. A Lizzako. S. W. Eaton found in his meadow recently, a li.zard that measured 14J inches in length and 7 inches in cir cumference, just back of its fore legs. It had 27 golden spots on it, each as large as a three cent piece. Dkco Store. Attention is invited to the advertisement of Hall A Carpenter, who have bought out the stock in trade of J.I). Worthington, in Irasburgh. They are both of them enterprising young men and we hope they may be well patronized. They will keep their store neat and clean! ISLAM) POM). A, II. Bonett him sold his house to Geo. (lilnkn and brother for $12W Geo. N. Dale has bought Geo. Harris' J place, paying $1050, and we understand is going to build a house thereon. Porter Hinman has bought of Levi Fin ney, his house with land adjoining, for $1,500. He has since sold the house to A. M. Hoffman for 1200. Mr. Hinman has also swapped what is known as the Slack place in the village with Alonzo Stoddard of Charleston, for his farm. Mr. Stoddard is to move here soon. The monster sea serpent, stuffed, which was caught at Eastport.Me., passed through here last Monday. The proprietor allowed us to take a look. He was a savage look ing reptile, about thirty feet long and two and one-half feet throughand looked more like a fish than a serpent, except his head which looked decidedly snakey. MORGAN. Joseph Townshend, a young man, went from this place eleven years ago, to Texas, and since the war broke out his friends have tried in vain to hear any tidings from him until a short time since they received a letter from a lady, stating that he died in the army, in Virginia, with typhoid fe ver, in 1SC3, and also that he had left the address of his father with her and request ed her to write to him. She lost the ad dress, but in looking over some old letters she came across it and immediately wrote to his father." Wants to Sell. Mr. Maplesden hav ing bought a residence at Derby Center, now desires to sell his farm. Mr. Maples nen formerly owned a good farm in Derby, but sold it uiul went to California. His family being sick while there he came to this town a few years since nearly penni less and bought a piece of wild land, rolled up a log house where he moved his family, and went to work, and by great physical and mental exertion he is now in comfort able circumstances, although he has had much sickness in his family since he came here. He seems to think Derby the jdaee to live and Morgan the place to make money. NEWPORT. A young rogue was last Sunday arrested in our village, having luckily been overta ken by his pursuers. The case as far as we are able to learn is this : rome time since a French boy who is now about 15 years old (his name and former residence we are unable to procure,) was sentenced to the reform school at Waterbury for some of fense for three, years. He was sent there and remained for a time. Last January a gentleman from llardwick, Mr. A. M. Woodbury, we believe, took him home with him, thinking he might be maue a steady and useful boy. 1 1 e appears to have been steady and done well, until one day last week, Mr. Woodbury went to the Fair leaving the boy at home with a young girl. He thought this a good opportunity to ex ercise some of his old tricks, so taking the little girl's bank which contained six or eight dollars in money, and locking the house, left the premises. Reaching Barton Landing, on Saturday, he bought a ticket for North Derby. When the cars reached this jdaee, he supposed hehad found North Derby and stepped off the train, getting left. He remained about Bean's hotel awhile, then started north on foot. On Sunday at Jerry Drew's he found officers were after him and throwing aside his boots took for the woods. After awhile being a little bewildered he came out of the woods and instead of inquiring the way to Canada as he intended to do, he asked the direction to Newport. Following the direction he arrived here in due time and soon unfortu nately found himself in the safe keeping of officer Briugniau and Mr. Woodbury who started for llardwick with him yesterday morning. The lad will probably have an opportunity to complete his term of service at Waterbury. The Lady of the Lake has ceased to make two trips a day. She will make one trip a day for a short time and then be laid by for the season. The Orleans County Musical Convention held here on Friday and Saturday was well attended and proved to be a grand success. It closed with a grand concert to a full house on Saturday evening. Chances . J. II. Whipple has sold his goods and rented his store for three years to John Stowell. II. M. Doane has traded his hotel for Charles Baxter's farm in Jay. Lix ri KK. The Rev. S. W. Hanks of Boston delivered a temperance lecture at the Center, on the evening of the .10th. The gathering was large and the lecture well received. James Erissell has in his garden, potato vines measuring 0 feet inches. Wonder if they ain't the Early Pose. TROY. MtsicAL Association. According to previous notice, a meeting of the singers was held in this village, Sept. 2!'. Ignite a large number were in attendance in the afternoon, and were drilled by D. A. Wins low, after which they proceeded to organ ize the "Missisquoi Valley Musical Asso ciation" by choosing the followingofficcrs : Itev. A. A. Smith of Lowell, president; G. W. Parker of Lowell, vice president ; J- S. Dorman of Troy, secretary and treasurer ; H. Chamberlin of Jay, 11. Kinney of Low ell, and J. B. Aiken of Troy, executive committee. This committee appointed the next meeting of the association at West field, Oct. 27th, at 10 A. M., Prof!'. I). A. Winslow, director. "Sold." Last Wednesday evening a horse joeky from a neighboring town drove up to Smith's hotel, and stated that he wished to swap horses, whereupon a rather pompous young man, standing on the steps, said he would give him $25 to boot. " 'Tis a bargain," says joeky ; "count out your greenbacks." Having received his money he delivered the-horsc to its new owner, and called for hi new horse, which the young man brought him in the shape of a "iiirhorc," which the jockey quietly took and placed in his wagon with his harness, facetiously remarking that a trade was a trade ; he had made a pretty good day's work, he having just paid $11 for the old horse. The next morning the young man examined his horse and found out where "the laugh came in." WEST.1IORE. Moose Killed. W. F. Hayward killed a moose in West more, a week ago last Sun day. He was not hunting, but the moose came along close to his house and he thought he would shoot him, and he did. He dressed over 400 pounds. We had a piece of him. W A Ll EN. Potatoes. The Hon. John Walbridge of South Walden, last spring planted the seed of one potatoe, of the Stevens variety eight eyes in number, and weighing four ounces. The product a few days since was 25 pounds. This result is one hundred fold. This is a good yield but has been beaten. Pkogrexs of Ii. R. Survey. For sev eral days pa-st the chief engineer, Mr. Sig ournoy, with his hws of men, have been engaged in what is termed their last or lo cating survey for the grade of the road, commencing at the heights in Walden. and thence toward the Lamoille river in llard wick. W'c have no doubt in saying that it will be several weeks, and perhaps months, before the road will be completed, but ere long we do expect to see the loco motive, "Gen. Foster," passing and repas sing our doors. M JESTFIELI)., , " WestSeld grammar school commenced under very favorable auspices, under the tutorship of Mr. 31. Dix of Albany, he hav ing 48 scholars the first week. ' ' The Crops. Farmers have mostly fin ished their harvesting and feel well pleased with the returns. Hay is of good quality and there is a fair quantity ; oats and wheat were never better ; corn bids fair to be an average crop, and there is some complaint of potatoes rotting in the field and the yield not so large as last year. Mr. George AVhitcher planted one-half ounce of Early Rose potatoes and harvest ed fifteen pounds of very large yotatoes. MARRIED. In South Albanv. Sept. 21, by Rev. J. Crocker, Mr. Orlando C. Barnes of Albany, and Miss Hattie L. Newcomb of Craftsbury. In Craftsbury, Sept. 28, by Rev. C. Tabor, Mr. Thomas Caldcrwood of Greensboro, and Miss Jennie P.Davidson of Inverness. P. Q. In Barton, Sept. 29, by Rev. Wm. A. Robinson, Mr. Austin Mossman and Miss Clara Oaks, both of Barton. Iu Newport Centre, Sept. 22, by Rev. S. W. Stiles, Mr. W. F. Anms of Stanstead, P. Q., and Mrs. Sarah E. Goodno of Potton, P. Q. DIED. In Newport, Sept. 21, Anna, wife of Hoses Wells, aged 67 years, 9 months and 2 days. In Coventry, Oct. 1, after a brief illness, Dea. Loring Frost, aged about 70 years. One of the pioneers in this county, an earnest christian, efficient as a worker in the church and Sabbath School, and a true man iu all the rela tions of life, many will rise np to call him bless ed, and to revere his name. Boston Wholesale Produce Market. Corrected for the STANDARD every Fri day, by BALLOU, niBBARD & FRYE, Jobbing anil Commission Dealers iu BUTTER, CHEESE, FLOUR, LARD, EGOS, BEANS, DRIED APPLE, &C, 21 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston VERMONT BUTTER. Best Fresh, j It Daries, 2d quality Common, VERMONT CHEESE. Factory, "r lb Good Daiiy, Common Dairy, FLOUR. S3 a 40 3:5 a;S8 - a ao Hi.; a 17 l.V. a 10 VI a 1-1 S,."0 a V"0 7,00 a S,.r0 i," a ti,7o ofiO a 0,00 St. Louis and 111. "r bid )hio and .Mich. Common Extra, Superfine, LARD. Tierces Tubs, Fresh, lb 20 a 20.1 2.i a 21 EGGS. l's a :;o 2,0(1 a 2,7.3 o,oo a !-!,75 2,oo a 2,25 l,7"a 2,o( BKANS. f' bu. Marrow, Pea, Medium. Mixed, DRIED APPLE. Maine, sliced, choice, 'f1 lb Maine and N. H., common, Maine, quartered, choice, VERMONT WOOL. Coarse, lb Medium, Fine, Extra, POULTRY. Turkeys, fresh killed, Turkeys, common, Chickens, fresh, Common, Fowls, Geese, (to a oil 00 a 00 00 a 00 Hi a 47 4o a 40 44 a 4o 44 a 4o 24 a 2t is a 20 24 a 28 1 ti a 20 ltj a 20 no a 00 PORK. f bid. Clear, Extra, Mess, 37,00 a 38,00 ::H,(io a 33,oo 10 a 11 20 a 21 Fresh Hoirs, V"U, Hams, smoked, SUNDRIES. Hops, (ISO) j lb. Potatoe Starch, Oats, 'r Corn, Yellow. Potatoes, .lacksoii, per Im. 8 a 12 ti 8 7 52 a 07 1,17 a 1,18 io a 12 Remakks. The receipts of buiur for the past week have been large, and there seems to be an accumulation of ordinary stock". Prices of choice lots hold firm while other grades are lower. Cheese re mains firm at our figures. Flour continues to decline and lower prices are accepted. Pork, lard, hams and fresh hop are quiet. Errirs are in bettersiipply. Beans are dull. Wool is not in so active demand. Poultry is wanted. 1 lops are without chanjre. Po tatoes are plenty and dull. Oats and corn are easier and prices are lower. Potato starch is dull. Barton Market. Tuesday -Horning, Oct. o, 1SG1. Aei'Lf.s, dried, ... Bark, per cord, ... Beans, per bushel, huEf Steak, per pound, Butter, " - - Canpi.es, " Coffee, pure Java, " - - Cement, per bbl. Cheese, per 11). - - - CoriFisii, per lb. ... Corn, per bushel, Cotton Cloth, per yard, Delaine, per yard, Eggs, per dozen, ... Flovr per bbl. - Fluid, Hat, per ton, Hehdsouass cjeed, pcrbushel, Hides, per lb. ... Kf.hosine. per gallon, Laud, per lb. Linseed Oil, Boiled, per gallon " Kaw, Nails, per hundred. Oats, per bushel, Plaster, per ton, 1'ork, salt, per pound, Potatoes, per bushel, new, - Prints, per jard, Saleuatcs, per lb. Salt. Turk's Island, per bushel, " Ashton, line, " Sugar, Granulated, per pound, ' Muscovado, " ' Maple, " - 0 00 a 0 00 5 00 a 0 00 - 1 60 a 2 75 - 0 18 a 0 00 0 30 a 0 32 . 0 IS a 0 20 0 37 a 0 00 4 00 a 4 50 0 15 a 0 20 0 OS a 0 10 - 1 4-5 a 1 50 0 12 a 0 IS 0 20 a 0 25 0 20 a 0 22 7 75 a 11 ,50 0 60 a 0 00 00 00 a 0 00 a 0 00 0 08 a 0 00 0 60 a 0 00 0 23 a 0 25 1 30 a 0 00 1 25 a 0 00 5 75 a 0 00 0 75 a 0 80 0 00 a 0 00 0 20 a 0 22 - 0 60 a 0 00 0 9 a 0 15 0 10 a 0 12 1 00 a 0 00 5 50 a 0 00 0 00 a 0 20 0 12 a 0 ir, 0 10 a 0 13 T WORKS LIKE A CHARM." Reader lienne's rain-Killing Magic Oil cures Headache ! llenne's I'uiii-IvillingMagicOil cures Toothache Renne's Pain-Kill ingM:igic Oil cures Neuralgia ! Rcnne's Tain-Killing Magic Oil cures Cholera Morbus ! Rcnne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Rheuma tism! Rcnne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Lameness Itennc's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Skin Dis eases ! Some folks seem to be proud of telling how "lame their shoulders are" of "my crick in the back" or "1 have got the Sciatica!" and de light in bragging that "nothing can cure me!" but when we get such "awful folks" to use Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, we not only cure their lameness and charm away their pains, but we actually take all that kind of "brag out of them !" and they frankly own up, and say, "It works like a charm Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and Grocers. WM. RENNE, Sole Proprietor and Manufac urer, Pittstield, Mass. Iy6 Sold by WM. JOSLYN & SONS, Barton. CHOICE FAMILY PREPARATIONS, PREPARED AND PUT CP BY HENRY & CO. Wholesale Dealers iu Drugs, Proprietary Hedirinei and Perfumery, Leavenworth Block, College Street, HI RLIXUTOX, . . VERMONT. N. II. Downs' Vegetable Balsamic Elixir, has no equal for the speedy cure of Coughs, Colds Croup and Whooping Cough ; all lung com plaints can be cured by the timely use of this wonderful Medicine. No family should be with out it. Call for Downt' Elixir, and take no other. Henry's Vermont Liniment. An internal as well as external remedy ; taken internally, it is a master Pain Killer, Pain Curcr. Pain Reliever, or Pain Annthilator. Reader, do not sleep till you get a bottle for trial ; read full directions, especially for breaking np a cold. Henry's Vegetable Worm Lozenges. Entirely Vegetable Warranted free from Mineral Poison, perfectly safe and sure to remove worms has been thoroughly tested by thousands of families in the United States and Canadas, and is a perfect success is pleasant to the taste a white sugar drop or lozenge. Children cat them as readily as candy. The advantage they possess over any other is, that they require no physic to carry them off. Every mother should keep a box on hand in case of need. Full directions with each box. Dr. Johnson's Calisaya Bitters, A superior combination of Barks, Roots, and Herbs, not hitherto attained by any other man ufacturer of Bitters. Are you suffering with Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Contipation. Loss of Appetite, or any of their kindred diseases ? Then try these Bitters, and be convinced that they contain RARE MKDICIN AL and CURATIVE VIRTUES, and do not be long to that class ot "Slops" misnamed "Bit ters." Fhysicians will find them beneficial where a powerful Quinine Tonic is wanted, as they con tain a ian;e quantity oi me rure uaiisaya Dark. If yon would have a good appetite, and be Healthy and Happy, try a bottle of these Bit ters. Price One Dollar per Bottle. HENRY $ CO., Burlington, VL, 35yl Proprietors. jVWENTY FIVE TEARS' PRACTICE In the Treatment of Disease incident to Fe males, has placed DR. DOW at the head ofall physicians making inch practice a speciality, and enables him to guarantee a speedy and per- manent cure, in the worst case of Suppression and all other Menstrual Derangement, from whatever cause. All letter for advice must con tain $1.. Office,No9ENDicoTTSTKEET, Boston, N. B. Board famished to those desiring tore main undertreatment. Boston, July, 1869 29yl DR. E. G. STEVENS, SURGEON jjjy DENTIST. Will extract TEETH with the nse"of NitroS Oxyde Gass. absolutely without PAIN, or no chaboe. Teeth cleansed and filled at short no tice. Also, teeth inserted upon Vulcanized Rub ber. Terms Reasonable. Office in S. F. Cow les Building. Coventry, Oct. 4, 1869. 40w3 BRICK FOR SALE. I have 120,000 first quality of brick good as any ever made in the county at my kiln near the Landing, which I will sell for 15 for the best and the ordinary lot 811. I JAMES LEWIS. Barton, Oct 5, 189. 40w4 THE COLISEUM MUST COME DOWN in consequence of the opening of HALL & CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE IN IRASBURGH, and we would further say that we have filled the tore formerly occupied by J. D. Worthington, wan tne largest ana oesi assortment oi DRUGS and MEDICINES, B )OKS, STATIONERY, and FANCY GOODS, to be found in Orleans County. -Oca Stock of TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, BLANK, SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, BRUSHES, COMBS, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, &c, is complete. All the PATENT MEDICINES of the day constantly on hand ; also, a full line OF DYE STUFF, PAINT." OILS, YARN IS HI , oiC., which we can sell at fair prices. Call aud see our Goods before going out of town to Imy. Orders by mail promptly filled. Prescriptions carefully compounded. HALL & CARPENTER. Irasburgh, Sept. 30. 40m3 CIIAUSCET KETCHUATS ESTATE. s TATE OF VERMONT, ORLEANS DISTHICT, 68. At a Frobate Court held at Irasburph, in said district, on the 30th day of September, A. D., 1809 : AmasaP. Dutton, administrato'-, with the will annexed, of the estate of CHAUNCEY KETCH T.'M, late of Craftsbury, in said district, deceased, makes application to" said Court, with the con sent in writing of the widow of said deceased, for license to sell the following described real estate in Faid Craftsbury, to wit : a part of lot No. 12, in the sixth ratifte, containing about six acres ; also, six acres of lot, No. 1 in the seventh raiise of lots m Greensboro, in said district, and representing that such sale would be beneficial to all interested in said estate. AV'hereupon, it is ordered by said Court that said application be referred to the 20th day of Oct., A. D., lSCO, at the Probate office in said lrasburph, for hearing and decision thereon. And it is further ordered that all persons in terested be notified hereof, by publication ot no tice of this application and order thereon, three weeks successively in the Orleans Independent Standard, a newspaper printed at Barton in said district, before said time of hearing, Ihitt they may appear nt said time and place, and show cause, it any they may have, w hy said license should not be granted. By the Court. Attest, 40w3 E. A. STEWART, Judge. PRINTING ! PRINTING ! ! PRINTING!!! THE Franklin Printing Establishment, NEWPORT, VERMONT, ROYAL CUMMINGS, - Proprietor. Has facilities for doing all kinds of Printing I ROM A CARD TO A IH)STER, In the l)cst manner andonthc shortest notiee. A good stock of Cards, Paper and Envelopes are kept on hand. O It D E R S SOLICITED, A Good Dairy Farm tor Sale. I will sell at private sale, my FARM Dleasant ly located on the Creek road near East Albany, containing 100 acres oi excellent lana, well fenc ed ; ore of the best springs in Orleans conntv running to house, barn : good neighbors : a rood t... 1 L ; I...MJ: . c . uop jaiu uu me premises, uuituings gooa, a nice house and splendid horse barn, a Bood school near by j also, a large sugar orchard with 600 Duckets anu sugar bouse, pans and holders, all in good order. Said farm will keen 10 cows and team the year round ; also, a goodly quantity of fruit trees. This farm is known as the Fairman Farm. Also, hay, grain, farming tools, sugar tools and stock with the farm. 36tf NATHANIEL CHAFFEE. WHITE CHESTER BOARS. All in want of the best breed of hogs will do well to call at my place and see my stock of White Chesters. I have purchased a couple of boars from L. B. Silver of Salem, Ohio, which are noble specimens of their kind, and which will be kept for the accommodation of those de siring the best quality of hogs. H. C. CLEVELAND. Coventry. Aug. 24, 1869. 34tf V FRESH LOT OF DRY GOODS for sale CHEAP AT lWOMBLY'S PAINT SHOP. In " Bowler's Building," next door to Sash, Door and Blind Manufactory, Barton, Vt. Painting, Glazing, Whitewashing, AHD PAPER HANGING, & c . executed and satisfaction guaranteed. 18yl FRED. H. MORSE, Painter. RANDY, SKINNER & PARKER Deal T era in Groceries and General Hardware, Barton Landing, Vt. Agents for Nails, Plows, Stores, &c., at Wholesale and Retail. OB. RAMSEY Carriage Painting, Barton Vt. Over Ufford's Carriage Shop. E. E. RAWSOM, :j DEALER IX CABINET AND METROPOLITAN ORGANS AXD ARLINGTON PIANOS. BABTON, TEKXOVT. i LARGE SALE OF LIVEIIY PHOPERTY -AT AUCTION -AT NEWPORT. VERMONT, -ON- WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, ' October 13th and 11th, 18C.3, CONSISTING OF SIX YOUNG BLACK HORSES, together with i 1 CONCORD COACH AND 6 STASE HARNESSES, which will be 6old, together with 1 Six-Horse Concord Coach, 2 Two-Horse Express Wagons, 1 One " " " 2 Two-Horse Covered Carryalls, 1 Two-Horse Stage Wagon, 6 new Lyndon Buggies, 10 second-hand Lyndon Buggies, have not been in use but this season, 1 Two -Horse Lumber WagOD, new, 1 One " " ' 2 Top Buggies, 12 Lyndon Sleighs, all new last win ter, 1 Four-Horse Pleasure Sleigh, 1 Two-Horse Covered Stage Sleigh, 1 " Open " ' 2 Onc-IIorsc Express Sleighs, 6 new single Driving Harnesses, 12 second hand " " 4 pairs of " 1 pair of Express Harnesses, 1 pair Stage, " 1 single Work 25 Strings of Bells, 2 Wolfskin Robes, 12 Lap Blankets, 1 Side Saddle, 2 Gent's Saddles, 4 Ridini Bridles. 15 GOOD LIVERY HORSES, All Sound and Young, but Two, 15 Horse Blankets and Halters, 1 Two-Horse Sled, new, 1 One " " A lot of Buggy and Sleigh Poles, 25 new Halters, And a lot of other things too numer ous to mention. I HAVE ALsO 1 BUILDING LOT, Bought of Dunning and Kathan, formctly own ed by Jerry Drew. A good location for some one for a good Livery Stable, which will le sold at auction unless previously disposad of. N. B. Everybody knows that every identical thing advertised in my last year's bill was on the ground, but owing to a rainy day I did not have time to dispose of all at ouo day's sale. This year there will be two days sale. 850 REWARD ! TO ANY PERSON OR TEllSONS that will say that every article advertised is not on the ground this year, ready for the HIGHEST BIDDER. POSITIVELY NO BY BIDDING I AM BO VXD TO CLOSE OUT ALL OF MY LIVERY PROPERTY. as tbarc are others anxious to make A FORTUNE! AS I UNDERSTAND! TERMS OF SALE : All sums over $100 six months credit. All sums over 25 and not exceeding 9100, three months credit, with approved notes. D. H. OILMAN, Auctioneer, ASSISTED BY T. J. PRATT. DINNEES FURNISHED AS LAST . YEAR. ; CPItemember the days, Wednesday and Thursday, 13th and Hth of October, next H. BEAN, Proprietor. Newport, YL Sept. 14, 1869. LET THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, TAKE NOTICE! We want every Man, Woman and Child indebted to us by note or book ac- count to call and pay up in full before the 1st day of Oct. next. We mean what we say and those who do not take heed will hear from us on short notice, after OCTOBER, FffiST. SKINNER & DREW.: Barton, Sept. 15, 1869. FLOUR! FLOUR I A. & J. I.. TWOMBL.Y Have just received a large assortment of the best Family Flour, which can be had at a small ad vance from cost F OR C A S H . They have also a good stock oi FISH, LARD, BUTTER and FORK. o u Also a good stock of CORN, SPICES, RAISINS, GROCERIFA &c, &c. o u A splendid lot of TEAS, the very best the market affords. In this branch we defy competition. Call and buy a sample and sec if we do not tell the truth. We have also a large assortment of HARDWARE, which wo are sure will please. Also, Carpenter's and Joiner's Tools of every description always on hand. o House Trimmings. Paints and Oils. A large lot of Sugar, Maple, White, Loaf and Crushed IT o IJ Pt A small lot of Domestic Dry Goods on hand, and a splendid stock of Gloves and Mittens. Call and get a barrel of Ii Li O Barton, Aug. 28. 1869. xj n 35 WM. JOSLYN & SONS Have just received a fresh stock of Goods, con sisting as heretofore of everything in the way of DRUGS, " MEDICINES, CHEMICAL'S, DYE STUFFS, PAINTS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, PERIODICALS, TOILET, AND FANCY ARTICLES AMMUNITION, FISHING TACKLE, GUNS, &c, &e. We call your ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAINT, OIL AND VA RSlSll DEPAR TMEXT, Which is now complete in all its branches, and would say to all who need such Goods that we can give you GOOD BARGAINS. We will not be outdone in this line. WM. JOSLYN & SONS. SPORTSMEN ATTEND ! ! We have just received a FINE ASSORTMENT ENGLISH, AMERICAN, AND GERMAN SHOT GUNS, ALSO PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES, rOWDER, SHOT, FLASKS, POUCHES, JOINTED FISHING RODS , HOOKS, LINES, . FLOATS, BASKETS, REELS, BAIT BOXES, And everything else you need to "bag the game' or take a string or trout, WM. JOSLYN SONS. ALEXANDER & MASON, SOLICITORS OF AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PATENTS AND COUNSELORS AT PATENT LAW, (15 years experience as Solicitors of Patents,) 460 Seventh Street, Opposite the Patent Office. Papers carefully prepared, and Patents secur ed without delay. Examination in the Patent Office free of charge nd no individual fee asked in any case, unless Patent is allowed. Send for Circular of terms, instructions and references. 30 WM. W. GROUT Attorney andConnsell. or at Law and Claim Agent, Barton, Vt. Will attend the Courts in Orleans and Caledonia I Counties. f C. M. Alexander, late ) C J. M. Mason, ) I Col. of 2d D. C. Vols. ( late Capt in 5- 1 and ex-Post Master of f (2d D. C. Vols. I Washington, D. C. J COOLEY 4 DAUCHEY. GREAT SUN-SUN CHOP. 31wl2 DODD'S NERVINE AGAIN. ' ANOTHER CERTIFICATE. ' Lbdtabd, Conn., Apr3 3, 18C9. Accent thanks for calling my attention to Dodd's Nervine and Invigorator. It has done me more good than any other medicine I ever took. I have gained twelve pounds in flesh, and am correspondingly better every way. It is an invaluable remedy. 34 w8 Mrs. JUUfl t. lJiAUU. WHAT ARE THEY ARE NOT A VILE FANCY DRINK, Mail a nfnoor ram. whiskey. Droof spirits, and refuse liquors, aociorea, spicea, una jwkkucu to please the taste, called 'Tonics,' 'Appetizers,' 'Restorers.' &c. that lead the tippleig on to drunkenness and ruin, but are a true medicine. made from the Native Boots and llerbs ot Cali fornia free from all alcoholic stimulants, iner re the GREAT BLOOD-PURIFIER and LIFE GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the system, carrying ofl all pois onous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition. No person can take tnese miters ac cording to directions and remain long unwell. $100 will be given for an incurable case, provid ed the bones are not destroyed by mineral pois ons or other means, and the vital organs wasiea hevnnd the noint of remiir. For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism, and Oont. DvsneDsia or Indizestion. Bilious. Remittent anol intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and .Bladder, tnese Bitters nave oeen mosr successiui. ouca disea ses are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is gen erally produced by derangement of theDigestive Organs. Cleanse the vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in pim ples, eruptions, or sores ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed and sluggish in the reins; cleanse it when it is foul and your feelings will tell j ou when. Keep the blood healthy, and all will be well. These bitters are not a gilded pill, to delight the eye or please the fancy, but a medical prep aration, composed oi me uesi vegeiauie ingredi ents known. ' They are an alterative, tonic, Diuretic, seda tive, diapnorctic anagentie purgative. 'The Lite of all flesh is the blood thereof. Purify the blood, and the health of the whole system will follow. r. h. Mcdonald, j. walker & co., Proprietors, San Francisco and Sacramento. California. and 3-2 and 34 Commerce St. (Commerce, a short I street running from Blcccker to Barrow,) N. Y. Sold by all druggists and dealers. 34wl2 OLEGATE & CO's j i AROMATIC Vegetable Soap, Combined with Glycerine, is recommended for the use of Ladies and in the Nursery. low riERUY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER, as an in- I tcrnal remedy has no equal. In cases of cho'.cra. summer complaint, dyspepsia, dvsen- .. - ";!,, i, t..rr ntrlimii it cures in one ni!?nt. hv t&Kin!T It ' . intcrnally, and bathing witn it ireeiy. it is tne bct liniment in America. Its action is like mag ic, when externally applied to bad sores, turns, scalds and sprains. For the sick headache and toothache don't fail to try it. In short, it is a Pain Killer. 36w4 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE BEST BOOK OF THE TEKIOD. WOMEN OF NEW YORK; Or, The Under World ol the Great City. The mos: startling revelation of modern times. New York Society Unmasked. "The Aristocra cy." "Women of Pleasure," "Married Women," and all clashes thoroughly ventilated. 50 Illus trations. Price 83. Address at once, The New York Book Co., 145 Nassau-st., . i . obwi 11TANTED ALL OUT OF EMPLOY- T f MENT to caevass for a new Religious Work, of rare merit, peculiarly adapted to the voting, but equally entertaining and instructive to all. and invaluable to every christian family ; unequaled in elegance and cheapness ; being em bellished with nearlj 300 engravings. Experienc ed agents and others, wanting a work that will sell at sicht, ehrmM. seoure choice of territory at once. For particulars, terms, &c, address P. GARRETT 4 UU., rniiaueipnia, ra. aow 1 l Art A READERS AND SPEAKERS 1 U.UU U wanted to buy the first edition of "100 Choice Selections, No. 2," containing one hundred of the latest good things for recitation, declamation, school reading, 4c, in poetry and prose. Send 30 cents tor a sample to r. itak- RETT & CO., Philadelphia, fa. 30W4 AGENTS WANTED FOR TV O IS" D E Ht S OF THE WORLD. Over one thousand illustrations. The largest, ' best selling, and most attractive subscription book ever published. Send for circulars, with terms at once. Address U. S. PUBLISHING CO., 411 Broome-st., N. Y. 39w4 AGENTS are making fortunes selling our new household work, which will prove in every tun ily to be the GOOD SAMARITAN or money refunded. By an eminent author. rmeiy niuairavea ; uiuijr euuuiuu t iuiur- cinnnl nnH scientific men : meets a Ion? felt ne- ccssity; sells to all classes; without regard to politics, religion, or occupation. Secured by act of Congress. Now ready. Send for illustrated circular, civine full particulars. E. B. TREAT & CO., Publishers. 654 Broadway, N. Y. 39w4 AGENTS WANTED FOR THE Sights and Secrets OF THE NATIONAL CAPITOL. The most startling, instructive and entertain ing book of the day. Send lor circulars ana see our terms. Address U. S. PUBLISHING CO.. 411 Broome-st., N. Y. 39w4 FARM FOR SALE. By reason of poor health, I will sell my FARM - X . . ' ...... at a bargain, saia farm consists oi i& acres oi r '"h " land, is suitably divided into mowing, tillage and stock of the freshest Goods of the season, Bon pasturing; cuts 25 tons ot hay and raises 600 nets, Hats, Rdibons, Laces, Flowers, Crapes, 4c-, ...i.ni. .-.f ..,! ot,h rr.tarws lsn a irnod sinmr itc. Elegant Styles 1 Moderate Prices ! All cho- orchard and a living stream of water running to bouse and barn ; is witnin one-iourtn oi a mne of a school house, blacksmith shop and sawmill. Said farm is pleasantly situated within one halt a mile of Shetlield village on the direct road to Glover. GEO. C. LOUGEE. Sheffield, Sept. 10, 1869. 37w4 TWO GOOD FARMS FOR SALE. Now is the time, and here is the place, and I am the man to buy a good farm of. Said farms are situated on the Creek road, near East Albany, where vou will find the new catholic ennren, school, store, post office, saw mill, starch factory, blacksmith shop,&c One of 200 acres and one of 70. They are Dotn extra stoca ana aairy ianns, 11 ....... .4 n n . ,:mk.mil an1 l.iw. B TI (T. 1" n,. rhards. and well fenced. Buildings comtortaoie. t will sell the. stock and crocs if wanted. I have some of the nice Cotswold sheep, both ewes and bucks, tor sale. Ana tne ngm oi most oi the territory in urleans county ior rsaiiey s ra- lent Butter Tubs, recommended by all butter dealers. Town and individual rights tor saie.- Send for circular. For further particulars in quire of O, T. STILES, Irasburgh, or of the sub scriber on tne premises. East Albany. Aug. 6. 1369- 37tf FARM FOR SALE. I will sell my frxm. known as the John Raney farm, situated in Wheelock, three miles from Sheffield village, on the road from Sheffield to Olover. containina 160 acres of land, about 100 cleared, and is well divided into mowing, linage and pasture. Well watered and has a good set of buildings on it. There is also on the farm a ledge that promises ncn tor goia ana snver. i will sell with or without the crops and stock. The farm mast be sold between this and fall, either by private or public sale. Also a good Stallion tor sale. Jwnn na. n, i . Wheelock. July 13, 1859. 32tr FARM FOR SALE. The subscriber being out of health and nnable to carrr on his farm, situated in Sheffield, will sell the same at a Dargain. l ne iarm consists oi Two Hundred Acres of Land, well divided into tillage, pasturing and meadow land, a susar orchard of 900 trees. The farm is well fenced, and watered with living water, run ning to house and barn ; cut on an average 60 tons of hav. convenient buildings on the farm .. .1 ; m ..-..I .n n o i . T.to. within two milM tif Yx'heelock village and 1 1-2 miles from Sheffield village. TERMS can De maae easy ior tne purcnaser, if desired, only a part of the purchase money on a1ir nf ,WH will hfl ronmred. SYLVESTER HALL. EhoffiAlH An mist 17. 1859. . 32tf : rnnni run oic.. ' Situated In Albany, on the Creek road, four mi!.. V..m Twahnpffli within nn TYli! tf m atnn... post office, saw mill, blacksmith shop, meeting nouse ana scuooi, cuuuimiiig iuv awe more of the best or grass lano, a young orcnara, timber, cedar, spruce and hemlock, is well wat- ered, a never tailing stream ot water running to the house and barn, bnildings comfortable, cuts from 30 to 40 tons of hay and pasturing accord ingly, the crops and stock will be sold if desired. Price of Farm - . - - $3000. For further particulars enquire of CHARLES MOXLEY, East Albany, Vt. 36m3 I H. LITTLE Proprietor of the Barton Ho- tel. Barton, Vt. This House is within arm rods of the depot. The Stages all stop a this Honse. Also a good Livery in connection with the same. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Xiuaga, uch as Coughs, Cold. Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. . Probably never before in the whole history of medicine, has anything won so widely and so deeply npoa the eonikleiiee of mankind, this exeelleat remedy for pulmonary complaints. Through along scries of years, and among mnst of the race of men it has risen higher and higher in their estima. tion, as it has become better known. Its uniform character and power to care the various affections of the lungs and throat, have niado it known as a re liable protector against them. While adapted to milder forms of disease snd to young children, it is at the same time the most effectual remedy that can be given for incipient consumption, and the dan gerous affections of the throat and lungs. As s pro- vision against sudden attacks of Croup, it shouljl be kept on hand in every family, and indeed as all are sometimes subject to colds and toughs, all should be provided with this antidote for them. Although settled Cnnumptlm is thought in curable, still great numbers of cases where the dis ease seemed settled, have been completely cured, and the patient restored to sound health by the Cherry Pectoral. So complete is its mastery over the disorders of the Lungs and Throat, that the most obstinate of tlicra yield to it. When noth ing else could reach them, under the Cherry Pec toral they subside and disappear. , Singer aud Pulttie Speaker find great pro tection from it. Atthmn is always relieved and often wholly cured by it. Bronehiti Is generally cured by faking ths Clierry I'rrtoral In small and frequent doses. For a Couyh and Cold, no better remedy can be had. Take small doses three times a day anil put the feet iu warm water at night, until the disease is broken up. For InflHenza, when it affects the throat or lungs, take the same course. For WhooAug fonjh, give small doses three or four times a day. For Croup, give large and frequent doses until the disease is overcome. No family should be without the Chrrrtf Pecto ral on hand to protect them, in case of attack, from the alove complaints. Its timely use often spares the patient n great amount of suffering and risk, which he would incur by waiting until be could get other aid. Parent', keep it in your houses . tor the exigencies that arie. Lives dear to you may be saved by it. So generally are its virtues known, that we need not publish certinVites of them hare, or do more than assure the public that the best qualities it ever possessed are strictly maintained. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., and sold all round the world. For sale by WM. JOSLYN & SONS, Barton J. T. BOWLER, Apent for the Orleans County Marble Works at Barton, would return his thanks to the public for their patronage the last eight years and would say that he is now prepared to finish GRAVE STONES. MONUMENTS, and all work usually found in a Marble Shop at GREATLY REDUCED rUICES, he woud also sav that the Marble Shop known as the M. J Si K. E. Smith's Shop, under the basement of Kimball & Pierce's store, whose course has been so short lived, has this (lay eeas- 81 to exist, he having purchased what marble they ftaa on nand. it is a AVell-Iinown Fact tha Blch Shop as is superintended by Bowler, who has such Excellent Water Facilities, for polishing and Can furnish work at prices tbat no man can live and pay his help, who does bis work by hand. Now is your time to pur- . . . cnase in winter wncn we nave more time to nn- ish, and we will set up next summer to SUIT THE CUSTOMERS. Come one come all and see us before purchas ing elsewhere, we have a STANDARD STOCK on hand. Granite Monuments always on hand. Remember the place. Water Street, at the old Stand, opposite D. R. Hunt's Boot and Shoe shop. All orders should be addressed to J. T. BOWLER, Agent. CPerfect satisfaction guaranteed according to contract. 4 REDUCTION IN PRICES. For the next 60 days I will take sleighs to Faint at greatly REDUCED PRICES. All those wishing any work done in this line will find it for their advantage to GALL EARLY, as I shall take no sleighs after sixty days from date, for I commence on wagons at the end of that time. All work done in a SUPERIOR MANNER and none bnt the best of stock used. O. B. RAMSEY. Barton, Sept. 5, 1S69. 36w6 1RASBLRG1I HOUSE. FOUR MILES FROM CONN. & PASS. RIVER RAILROAD. L. F. EDGERTON, PROPRIETOR. Conveyance to and from the Station on arrival of aU trains. Also a good Livery in connection with the tiouse. 26 i .i 1 E. RAWSON Watchmaker and Jeweller, Li Barton, Yt. Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jeweury, Oliver ana riaiea w are CHARLES I. VAIL Attorney, Bonnty and ritual AgeDb,iriuui(ju, v fe DALE & ROBINSON Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law, Barton. Vt. Pension. Boun ties ana au January wiaims proenred. GIO. X. DALB. I. B. ROBINSON. NEW GOODS, AND NEW STYLES OF SPRING MILLINERY. MARY P. WOODMAN Of Barton, Vermont, has returned from her I C...... wi.it tn 1( . 1C..1T. with . MHlfntl ..l.ul en with particular view to the requirements of her customers. Pattern Bonnets and Hats made in the most Attractive styles by skillful and Experienced Operators. Newest Patterns for Drest & Outside Garments 19 Stebbins Block. Barton, Vt. GROCERY STORE. The Subscriber has just opened new Grocery Store, opposite the Barton Drag Store, where he wm .,,UUiS usuaujr m iu nrst Class urocery, such as BUTTER, CHEESE,! I.ARD, PORK. I ' -"-""i'" f lcsies, Jietcnups ana repper sauce. I Raisins, Figs, Oranges, Lemons, Nuts. Candies, and Cigars, ALSO Temperance Drinks, SUMMER BEVERAGES. that are good to take, LORILLARD'S BEST CHEWINS TOBACCO, NAVY CLIPPINGS, AMD ' O U N G AMERICA, WITH OTHBK ' KNICK KNACKS which be proposes to sell as LOW AS POSSIBLE and live. Please call and I will endeavor to snit you in PRICE AND QUALITY. Come one, come all. Barton, Jnne 23, 1869. GEO. C. DAVIS. 26 DERBY ACADEMY. ! GEORGE HENRY BLISS, Principal., INSTRUCTORS. GEO. HENRY BLISS, Classics and English. 1 Mas. GEO. HENRY BLISS, Mathematics. M LtjCY M. GTLLISS, English and French' ..-,. 0 KTNGqnTTRV S I MtSS PERS1S O. alflUMURY Music. I m nu mx hoiki I - WEDNESDAY. SEPT, 8th 1869. TUITION. I Preparatory, (Common English,) 5.00 6.00 T.00 J ut ACaaemic, imgner ngiun,j i riicl I mnsic, TUITION is payable, m all cases, at thm mid dle of the Term, and all students will be charged at least half a term. BOARD $2.50 to $3.50 per week. Ample and convenient facilities for self boarders at rea onable rates. The new Academy Building is finished and furnished and the Trustees have engaged fail Board of Experienced Teachers. For circulars, or board, address i ELISHA JRNNE, . 31tf Chairman Executive Committee.