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NUMBEE 4.3 THE STANDARD. Local News. ALBANY. Quite a serious accident happened to Ir. I. L. Zanders a few days since.he being lir.wn from his wagon, hurting bis shoul uYr and head. Horace Way & Co. have bought two timber lots in the northwest corner of the town and commenced cutting timber. They intend to put 2000 clapboard logs on the river bant the coming winter and float them to Iraoburgh in the spring. Franklin l'ierce and Tyler M. Rowell have exchanged homesteads in So. Albany. BARTON. Iiuv your hemlock overcoata of Dwinell. John 1'. artle has lately finished a new barn.- J. P. Baldwin lately lost a horse from palsey. Geo. W. Jenness has gone West on a tour of inspection. Oeo. W. Jenness has lately put down a side walk from his house to the Methodist church the best in the village. Our merchants have all got their new poods all that are going to have any. Miss Woodman and also Miss Cutler have their new styles for the ladies. M. V. 1?. Cass has given us a local item in the shape of a red raspberry bush, growth of this year, on which are green berries, ripe berries and blossoms. Queer year this. COVENTRY. A. r. l ariter uas oeeu appunueu bujici- intendent in place of Kev. A. It. Uray, de ceased. HARD WICK. The farm of the late Solomon Aiken at Hardwick Centre ha been sold to L. Hatch elder, for 2,.r0(. Engineers have recently been at work on the Lamoille Valley It. It., with a view of changing the location of the line between Kast Hardwick and Hardwick. It is re ported that a change of location has been made on part of the distance. Win. W. ( i'ur.ird is building a new resi dence on the hill southeast of the village. S. ('. r.urnhani and Gideon Iiurnham are making extensive improvements upon their icsidences on the south or Motitpc licr road. ('lias. (Joss and Zenas Huntley of Hard wic'i Centre, are rigging over their resi dences. What better evidence of the pros perity of our farmers is needed than the new cottage or improvements to farm build ings supplies ? Dr. t'lia-". (iaylord of this village success fully removed a large cancerous tumor from the breast of Mrs. S. M. Richardson on the 1 l:h int. Apples are getting quite plenty. J. II. Drew and Way, Titus iS: Co., have recent ly bought in New Hampshire, 13o0 barrels of choice winter fruit. A large number of barrels have been received here which are being sold at .'1.30 per barrel. IRASBURUH. The gale of wind last Tuesday done a fine thing for John McLellan, or his pork ers. He had two sows, with a litter of pigs each ; and during the gale all took shelter behind an old root that had been torn up by gome former wind. After they had got snugly enseonsed, an extra gust tipped the root back, trapping the lot, save one, which got out nearly dead. They never more shall root. LOWELL. A council of pastors aud delegates of neighboring churches convened with the Congregational church at Lowell on Tues day the. l'.nh inst., to consider the expedi ency of dismissing from the pastorate of that church, Kev. A. A.Smith, and if tho't best so to do, to proceed to examine Mr. F. I!. Thelps and to ordain and install him, if approved, in the pastorate of the same church. The council was organized by the election of Rev. Wm. A. Robinson Moderator, arid Rev. Geo. II. liailey Scribe. It appearing that the ill health of Mr. Smith, which it is hoped temporary rest from speaking and from the labors of a pastorate will soon restore was the only reason for terminating his very harmoni ous and successful pastorate, the council could only acquiesce in the decision which his love for his church and people had al ready made. They accordingly advised his dismission, embodying in their result of council a full testimonial to the manly and christian c haracter of the retiring pas tor, and a warm recommendation of him to the churches as an able and successful Minister of Christ. After a thorough and well sustained ex amination of Mr. Phelps, the council pro ceeded to ordain and install him. The following is the order of services: anthem by the choir ; invocation by Kev. I). Good hue; reading Scriptures by Rev. F. W. Dickinson; prayer by Rev. Mr. llovey; ( Baptist); hymn ; sermon by Rev. Wm. A. Robinson; hymn; ordaining prayer by Rev. A. A. Smith; charge to pastor by Rev. Geo. H. liailey ; right hand of fellow ship by Rev. A. W. Wihl ; hymn; address to people by Rev. 1".. Wheelock of Cam bridge ; closing prayer by Rev. J. P. De menti ; anthem ; benediction by pastor. The gale of Tuesday interfered not a little with the numbers in attendance upon the sessions of the council, and upon the ordination services, but a deep and solemn interest was manifest throughout the day, and the mingled sadness and joy of the oc casion will no doubt long be remembered by those present. A Lecture upon Temperance was given in the Baptist church, on Monday evening last by Rev. Wm. A. Robinson of Barton. A goodly number were present to whom he spoke for one hour upon, our duties as teachers in the iemperance reform. WESTMORE, A wicked and disgraceful affair took place at Harry Cheney's Sunday, Oct. 9. A dog had got strayed away from his own er ami had been about the brook a few days. On that day some low-lived and heartless beings caught the dog, saturated his hair with kerosene, set fire to him and let him go. As may be supposed, the poor dog in his dreadful agony ran yelling down by F.. S. Gilman's, then back again to Mr. Cheney's and into the kitchen where Chaa. Cheney and wife were, which wan the first they knew of what was going on. Mr. Cheney, who is a young man of some heart, took an ax and put an end to the poor dog's sufferings. What on earth could tempt any human being to be so cruel? What comfort could they take in witness ing the agony of any brute, however low, or mean ! Where was the nobility, the manliness of such an act? Do they feel proud over their achievement? Although no human eye saw the dastardly act, they must carry in their own breasts the con vincing proof of their own meanness. Mur der would be no crime for such persons to commit. But they would belong to that class of assassins who staininly in the dark, a id in out-of-the-way places. Certain per sons are suspected. WALDEN. Lewis Hopkins has sold the Urhin Per kins farm, including farming tools, hay ami grain, to I. H. Collins, for the sum of :i,'oo. Wm. Hunt has sold his farm to Mr.5eo. -nn for the sura of 12,800, after having "M2(tO worth tn - - - ' -'".iiri imny. it 1 ' "'n. J. Walbridge has sold his Vincent " to Mr. Whitcomb from Cabot, for lhe nice little sum of $4,000, and hay at $10 per ton. Walbridge isexpecting to go West. Walden loses a good citizen and some other place gains one. WESTLIELD. A. special meeting of the Orleans County Society of Natural Sciences will be holden at the Congregational church, in West- ueiu, movemoer i, at l o clock p. m. me louowing order ot exercises will take place : Lecture from Rev. A. A. Smith, on the Importance of the Study of Botany: lec ture from Rey. Mr. Mackey, on Geology ; explanation and .Description of Specimens of Natural History, which may be contrib uted to the Society by any one ; lastly, a aescription ot several microscopic objects by Dr. J. M. Currier. At the close of the meeting these objects wilt be exhibited under the microscope. All persons attending this meeting will be freely entertained, by sending notice to the clergymen, Deacon Hitchcock or Mr. Aaron Hitchcock of their intention of attending the meeting, two days previous. SALEM. For a few years past one Geo. W. has been living at Evansville, in Brownington, having a wife and one child. About a year since he formed an acquaintance with one Hannah D. of this town, and since that time his affections have been very much divided, Hannah getting more than an equal bhare. Srturday night, the 25th ult., some twenty of the inhabitants of Sa lem caught the gentleman and presented him with a new suit of tar and feathers, and gave him a free ride to Brownington Center where they presented him to some of the town authorities and requested them to take care of their townsman, as they bad no further need of his presence in Sa lem, and gave W. to understand that jus tice would be dealt out to him if he was again caught in their midst. The inhabi tants of both towns are generally a law abiding people, but there is general rejoic- inir that legal processes have been over stepped and the rake has thus been dealt wjln State News. Edward Fletcher, aged C7, died iu Cav endish, Oct. 1st. S. Bartlett of Sutton, raised a California potato this season that weighed over 5 lbs. James Watson of North Bennington, be tween (10 and "0 years old, dropped dead a few days since. One hundred ami seventy-five tubs of butier were sold in Lincoln, Saturday, the 8th inst., mostly at 4" cents. The freight bill of F. & T. Fairbanks A Co., at St. Johnsbury, for the month of September amounted to .12,CU3.2G. Dr. B. F. Wiley of Bridgewater, had a leg amputated recently, an abscess having been formed, the result of a bruise. An old citizen of Rutland named Henry Rathbone, was found dead in his bed, Thursday morning. No cause for his death has been assigned. The first apple tree set out in Benning ton, in June, 17G1, by Peter Harwood.one of the first settlers, was recently prostrated by the wind. The Bennington Free Press says the beauties of intemperance were vividly por trayed in that place one day last week, by three drunken females, staggering through the streets. Albert Jenkins and John Cunningham who were sentenced to S years imprison ment in the State prison for killing Reuben Bean, jr., in Burke, in July 18o'G, have been pardoned. The premiums awarded at the last an nual fair of the Bennington County Agri cultural Society were paid off at the rate of 2") cents on the dollar, there not being funds enough taken in during the exhibi tion to do otherwise. A young man named Geo. Lincoln, for merly of West Windsor, fell into a vat of boiling lard in Boston on the 11th. He lived but a short time after being taken out. Miss Emma Duffe of New Haven, has recently pieced a silk and worsted bed quilt in which there are three thousand six hundred and thirty-six different pieces. It contains about two thousand different kinds of dress goods. Fifteen or twenty men blacked their fa ces and cleared out a disreputable house at Island Pond one night last week. Thev also badly demolished the house. The au thorities have been appealed to in vain. The man named Joy who stole a horse from Mr. Hay ward of Rutland, and who was captured by Mr. Flanagan in Platts burg, was sentenced in the Rutland county court on Thursday, to five years' hard la bor in the State prison. Eddie Bradford, a young son E. H. Brad ford of Bennington, aged 9 years, fell from a second story window of Mrs. B.'s resi dence, Monday evening, and broke his back. Mr. Bradford has already lost two sons by accidents one by being drowned and the other by the explosion of a powder mill. The railroad bridge, called "number four," between Montpelier and Northfield, was burned on Saturday evening last. The train due here Sunday morning was delay ed by this accident, until finally the servi ces of the Montpelier Junction train were brought into requisition, and took it to its destination. Tfie bridge is a long one,anl "carrying by" will he the necessary resort for a few days, but no serious interruptions will be suffered in consequence. Watch- In 111. We are pained to announce that Mr. L. F. Richardson of Boston, was drowned yes terday, upon a pond about eight miles from Boston, on the line of the Boston & Maine railroad, while on a fishing and hunting expedition. Mr. Richardson, in company with another gentleman, was fishing, when the boat becoming capsized, he met with his death. Mr. Richardson was a son of the Hon. Roderick Richardson of Boston, and formerly of this place. He will be re membered as the former genial cashier of the First National Bank of Montpelier, and his sudden death will be regretted by his many acquaintances in this vicinity. Watchman. It won't do to play tricks on some women. A man named Hotchkiss, in Newark, the other night, thought he would have some fun in scaring his wife, by dropping a loose brick down the chimney into the fire place in her room, tso he crept soltlyout ot bed and with nothing on but his night shirt, sneaked up stairs and got out on the roof. Mr. llotchxiss dropped nineteen brick down the chimney, each one with a vigor ous slam ; but his wife never screamed a solitary time. So Mr. Hotchkiss gave it up and thought be would go down stairs ; but Mrs. Hotchkiss had had her head out of the trap door watching him all the time, and when he had finished, she shut up the trap and fastened it on the inside. Mr. Hotchkiss spent the rest ot the night sit ting ou the sharp peak of the roof. The Methodist State Convention met on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 4thand 5th. It was a large, interesting and successful meeting. It was harmonious in its delib erations, and profitable in itsexercises.and cannot tail to give a new impetus to the denomination throughout the State. S. B. Rockwell, esq., of Middlebury, presided, assisted by a corps ot vice presidents and secretaries. The various topics announced were presented by addresses and essays. 1 hese conventions are somewhat ot a nov elty in Methodism, but they have been held in several states, and uniformly succeeded. Steps have been taken at the one at Mont pelier for another next year, if deemed ad visable. The accident by which the trains were delayed yesterday was more serious than we were first informed. It occurred just beyond the Braintree station, between it and the covered bridge, at a crossing there, about 2 a. m., by running overcame lying on the track, unseen on account ol the log, The engine and twelve cars, most of them of the National dispatch line, loaded with corn and wheat, were badly damaged. The head I nkeman, Charles Bell, of this place was killed; the conductor, urew nonius, was,injured about the head ; Wm. Frazjr, the engineer, also, in the back, neither ol them dangerously. The fireman and rear brakeman received some bruses. St. Al lan Messenger. Uncle Eli thinks the society in Bristol is in a deplorable condition. A colored gen tleman named Charles Crosier, the same one who assaulted L. Orcutt two years ago with a stove leg and was acquitted by the irrand iurv. was the hero ot another scrim mage the week before last. He got crazy on rum. attacked Messrs J. H. ISarnum Geo. , Paine and others, making free use o a revolver, which by the way didn't go off, and was hnally arrested ny oracer v mum with the aid of Mr. E. Daniels and other citizens and kept over night in the office of W. W. Rider, esq. Next morning he wa brought before Justice Munsil . who nnca him 7. and costs, on the charge of assault with deadly weapons, and and costs for eettinz drunk. In default of payment he was brought to Middlebury and lodged in jail. Crime is cheap in Bristol. Register. Miscellaneous Items. The garrison of Paris ia said to bo 471,000 men. Good cows are selling in Maine for twenty dollars. Minnesota had last year over 100, 000 pupils in her public schools. There is a rumor from China that Prince Koug has been murdered. Work on the Oregon and California Railroad is progressing very fast. The survey of the North Pacific Railroad is completed to Puget Sound. M. Paul do Cassagnac, a well known French journalist, has died at Cassel. Delaware has shipped 1,100,000 baskets of peaches to New York this season. There are still about '250 Ameri can visitors in Paris, of whom 40 are females. Mr. Hawkins a blind chemist from Philadelphia, invented soda water in 1812. The new Swedish colonists of Maine are said to be making very sat isfactory progress. A North Carolina girl shot herself tho other day because her mother wouldn't let her go to a picnic. There are now in Turkey 70 church es, 18,000 nominal Protestants, and more than 100,000 who are really un der Protestant influence. George Wells is the most extensive farmer iu Iowa. His farm embraces eight thousand acres, nearly all under cultivation. There are in the State of Illinois two hundred and fifty lodges of Good Templars, ami seventy-four lodges have surrendered their charters dur ing the year. Bears are ravaging the oat fields in Osgood and Templeton. Canada, the late fires iu the woods having driven thera from their runs. The largest farm in England con sists of three thousand acres. The live stock kept on this farm is valued at sixty-four thousand five hundred dollars. The foot and mouth disease has at tacked over a thousand cattle in ad joining larms in Dorsetshire, England, and a panic prevails among the far mers. Mary Krumpasistizkosoki was re cently divorced from her husband at JelTersonville, Ind., and now liuds re lief in her maiden name Ponvintama towski. There will be a total eclipse of the sun on the lllst of December, which will, however, be visible only in Eu rope, and, in all its completeness on the Mediterranean. A man named Baxter, who lives away down in Tennessee, has sued five papers of his native State for $50,oOO each for publishing remarks derogatory to his character. Although there has been a large decrease iu the population of the State ol New Hampshire, its agricul tural wealth has increased wth the past ten years $20,000,000. The new hammer iu the Bessemer Steel Works, at Harrisonburg, Pa., weighs 3.),00S pounds. It cost $92, 000, and is the largest in the United States. Last vear, up to Ausust, the Boston beer and ale manufacture amounted to 12,7U3 barrels. This year, ending also in August, the amount foots up A notorious sharper having observ ed that there was no knowing one's friends till they were tried, was ask ed if most of his friends had not been tried already. The Chicago Times calls upon the authorities to bury a man who was beaten to death by ruffians at Hyde Park, and has lain upon the prairies for a full week, feasting the flies. The decayed bodies of three per- on3, all in one pile, were found in the woods in Jasper county, Indiana. No clue to their identity or the cause of their death has been discovered. t Lafayette, Tcnn., on Saturday night, M. S. Dover, while attempting to murder his wife, was shot and mor tally wounded by her brother, Andrew Ivincaid, aged sixtceu. Census returns from Minnesota are nearly complete, and show a popula tion of 435,577, a gain of 150 pier cent, since 18G0. The total area for the State is 82.000 square miles. A young lady of Richmond was so determined on suicide that she bit off the tube of the stomach pump and swallowed it when the doctoi attempt ed to relieve her of tfie laudanum she had taken. A Michigan census taker came across a man who had been married five years, but had never inquired his wife s christian name. He always called her "Say !" On Monday evening a respectable old lady residing on Third Street, South Troy, and who is aged G5 years, wa3 delivered of a child, the Srst fruits of her marriage over forty years aso. They had a horse-shoeing match at the county fair at Fond du Lac, Wis. One man put on four shoes in twelve minutes and forty-eight seconds, and another the same number in thirteen minutes. There are 232,850 carriages and wagons in Illinois, the aggregate as sessed value of which is $5,518,002. There are 243,803 clocks and watch es, valued at $SGG,139; and 12,270 pianos, valued at $895,824. Hall's Journal says: "If a man can sleep soundly, has a good appetite, with no unpleasant reminders after meals, the bodily habits being regular every day, he had better let himself alone, whether he be as big as a hogs head or as thin and dry as a fence rail." The "Sleeping Beauty of Tennes see," who has passed twenty-one years in a state of somnolence, with the exception of a few waking mo ments daily, is now in St. Louis, and the doctors have ner in nana. It 13 thought that even if their treatment produces no beneficial effects, the "rousing bill they present will cer tainly make the patient open her eyes. In the Pennsylvania oil regions is one nabob who survived the deluge and now ha3 an oleaginous income of $3200 per day. Another is in still easier circumstances, receiving, as regular wages, $5 a minute. He for merly fabricated wagon wheels for a living, but ha3 shaved his last spoke and given np the business. His wife now wears her bonnet only one year, makes her pie-crnst with butter in stead of beef's snet, and indulges in other extravagant luxuries. The Beautiful Drama op War. A distinguished officer, Wm. de Ro bau, writing to a British journal, thus unmasks the real situation : It seems incredible, from what we as yet know, that any one man could so deliberately have plunged a country suddenly into war with not one single arm of the naval or military services really prepared ; but such is the fact, and it was within my personal obser vation at the camp lately that whole divisions went into action in a literal ly famishing condition, as well as de ficient in drill and general efficiency. Of about 450,000 men sent to the front, up to September 1, it is my se rious opinion, from ocular evidence, that not over 200,000 were renlly in a state of discipline or drill fit to face even an ordinary enemy, let alone such an army as that of confederate Germany. "Turcos" and mitrail leuses" alone were relied on as bal ancing all and every deficiency, and when the irresistible impetuosity of the Germans demolished those two military fallacies for such I hold them to be why the collapse was fearful, terrible beyond precedent. I believe it quite within the mark to set down- the number hors de combat of the two armies, French and Ger man, at not less than 400,000, of which fully 250,000 are dead or bad ly maimed for life; of the numbers killed outright it is not easy to speak definitely, as fully fifty per cent, ot the merely wounded perished on the field where they fell from want of am bulance aud hospital care. I remem ber seeing one trench fully a kilome tre long, wherein at least 10.000 Ger man and French dead were indiscrim inately huddled, many bodies not yet juite cold. People are naturally sad dened, not despairing, hut quite the other way., though in my humble opin ion 1 believe Paris utterly indefensi ble under the circumstances, and against such an army as the German ; but there is no one to utter the word "surrender,'' and if the Germans will persist in attacking Paris why they will only enter it as Sebastopol was entered. I believe there is no gas conade in the determination thus ex pressed, and I cannot help thinking that Germany will eventually regret a war of extermination against a na tion which was literally driven blind folded into it, like sheep into the slaughter; war is one thing, but this campaign has been butchery, not war. AUCTION. The subscribers having disposed of their farm and a portion ot their stock, will sell at public auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2G, 1S70, at 9 o'clock A. M. the following properly, viz: 1 thoroughbred Durham bull, took the first preminai at Orleans Co. Fair, U extra cows, 11 two year old heifers, 8 two year old steers, 1 pair three year oil steer9, 9 yeat linsrs, 1 calf, 1 very nice yearling coll, 2 good sucking colts, 1 shote, 500 good cedar stakes. 1 good pump, mo.-t new, 1 pair silver plated har nesses, nearly new, a quantity of beans, a lot of larnnng tools, consisting of plows, harrows, chains, shovels, hois, rakes, and many other articles too numerous to mention. Sale positive, rain or shine. Positively no by-bidding. Terms made known on day of a!e. H. & F. S. COBLEIGH. . L. Marrows, Aucnoner. Barton Landing, Oct. 21, 1S70. E. O. RANDALL, DEALER in Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Keady Made Cloth ing, V. I. Goods, Ac , West Glover, Vt. MARRIED. In Brownington, Oct. 9, by Rev. H. Stiles, Mr. Ethan Blod-ett of West Koyaiton, Mass., and Mrs. Emily Titus of Brownington. In Newport, Oct. 11, bv Rev. C. F. Nicholson, Mr. C. G. Humphrey ot Norton, and Miss Sarah Scott, of Barnston, P. J. In Manchester, N. H., Oct 3, by Rev. B. M. Tillotson. Mr. Geo. W. Cole of Lowell, Mass., to Mis Mary Heath of Troy, Vt. Also, by the same, Mr. Chas. H. Chadwiek of Lowell. Mass., to Miss Mary E. Sncll of Barton. In Coventry, by Rev. F. W. Dickinson, Mr. Wallace Hanson and Miss Emma Blake, both of Barton. In Brighton, Oct. 12, by Rev. J. V. Spencer, Mr. Welcome T. Fisher of Lyndon, and Mrs. Mary E. Parker of Brighton. DIED. In Barton, Oct. 19. of typhoid fever, Mrs. Chas tini M.,wite of A. B. Meader, aged 21 years, 6 months and 10 days. In Newport, Sept. 30, of con sumption, George Boynton, aged 36 years. At his residence at Stanstead Piain, P. Q., on the P-ih inst., Henry O. Pierce, brother of the late Carlos Pierce, aged 43 years. In Potton.P. Q., Sept. 22, of consumption. Mrs) Mary E., wife of Daniel E. Geer. Boston Wholesale Produce Market. C'UT'.vted f r the Staii'laril every Friday, by HAL LOU, IIIDBARD & FRYE, Jobbing aud Commission Dealers in BUTTER, CHEESE, FLOCK, LARD, KWH, BEANS, PRIED APPLE, &C, 21 Faneuil Hall Square, 1 Boston. Vermont Huttrr. Choi, o lnuik', C1i'ir; Imirio:, Common, Vermont Cheese. Fa- tnry. Farm dairy, c-mmI. Ir lb. 4Ca4J :n;a.'w per lb. 1 al " I.taU loall r arm dairy, L-oiuumn, Flour. St. Louis aTi'l Illinoi; !iio and Michigan, Common extra, SuiK-'riiiie, Ticrivs, per 1.1.1. K.WHi p.w ti.oOaT.oM 5.-':i;i5.7r 4.75ao.-3 1T lb. a!7 ITals ler doz. 2!ajn per bu. 2.nn.'i2.12 J.iSaL'.fc: Lard. ESS. Tubs, Fresh. Deans. Marruw, hand picked, 1 Va. liana picKe'l, Medium, l.s7;il'.00 l.UUal.25 Mixed. Dried Apple- Maine, slieed, choice, Maine and N. H.. common, lrlb. fill 3 loall Maine, quartered, choice, Western, llal2 -a 9 l;r lb. 24:i2fi Poultry. Turkeys, fresh killed, Turkeys, common, Chickens, fresh, 'ommon, lKa22 'i'.aS rowls. ltial'4 Pork. flear, Ex., perbbl. "1 .nnasa.no -Mess. 28.0Ua?.MI0 Fresh hogs. iL'at.l Hams, sinoked, lltal Mmurieg. Pressed hay, per ton, 25.flfla.10.0ft Hops, per lb., Hal Potatoe starch, a Outs, per bu. SCaoi Corn. u.nta HO Potatoes, Jackson, 75a Kkmahks. The receipts of butter for the week en. bug to-day, Oct. I'll, amount to H.r.iO packages.- j ne marKei is nun ana prices are lower on everything oui me uesi .juauiy. ueese is steauv ana prices re main unehatiped. Epirs are tinner. Flour is more steady. Pork, lard and hams are firm and higher. i.t'.iii.s ui e ...in. iiieti ii.ie remains .mil Wlinoul deinana. Poultry is m firm demand. Hav is tirni Hops remain dull. Potatoe starch is steady. Corn in .pnet. Oats are dull. Potatoes are in good supply, ami iciiumg uowuwaru. Boston Live Stock Market. BRIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE AXD MEDFORD. For the Week ending Wednesday.Ocl. 19, '70. Amount of stock at market : Cattle. Sheep. Shotei. Hogs. Veals, This week - - - - 42: 1B.27S 100 TWO 75 Last week -L'flrtO l.'S,;i3 Last Vear, (Oct.19.) 5191 lx,778 Prlcen Beeves Extra qnal$12.50al.1.flft First do. Il.50al2.25 Second do. O.OOall.VO Third do. 7.00a 8.50 A few choice western steers, l.ipht animals, bulls, &e.. 175 JIM) 57(H) 7000 75 100 Per 100 on the total weipht of hide, tallow and dressed beef. 1.1.50 $5.0O7.0O By the live weight, From SC.0Oa!U2 1-2 per 100 lbs Working Oxen Good working oxen, m $125a240 fleers ami sum oxen, $70al25 W hen well matched, a little above their value as beef. Milch Com Slim .0 faf $30aM) C-o.sI.oe ra (ioalOO llo fj and fa'row cows. aoaSO sheep. Sheep and lambs, iSI.oOao.00 per bead. Hide. Brighton, Country lots, Calf skins, Bripbton, Country, Pelts, 7 l-2a lOal' Tallow. Pelt. Swine. 6a 1-2 7oaS7c. each Fat hogs, SalOc Remarks Cambridge, Tnesday, Oct. 1. Although we have pavsed the middle of' October the warm weather of the past week is on of the re&aons as signed uy tne Dutcfters lor a dull city market, so dull am to make it necetftarv for 1 lu-m tn Imv catttA lnwor. Bnt there is another fact to be consider!. There are 1400 eattle this week in place of 1240 last Tuesday, and a larger number expeetd from Albany. But whatever may le the reason, the trade is not as good as last week. Some of the drovers assert that beef ij s dollar on a Hundred pound lower. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the subscriber must make immediate payment, without JaiL Delin quents, take warning. B. C. BURPEE. Greensboro, Oct. 23, 1870. ' 43w3 IF YOU HAVE THE DYSPEPSIA, head cche, dizziness, costiveness, piles, oppression af ter eating sour rising, or any indigestion or bil iousness, if vou do riot thank us after using DR. HARRISON'S Peristaltic Lozenges, we will for feit the price of the box. Also, warranted to cure every kind of piles. For sale at No. 1 Tre mont Temple, Boston, by E. A. Harrison ir Co., Proprietors, and by all druggists. Mailed for 60 cents. 40m2 27 YEARS PRACTICE In thetreatmentof Diseases incident to Females, has placed DR. DOW at the head of all physi clans making such practice a specialty, and en ables him to guarantee a speedy and permanent cure in the worst cases of Suppression and all other Menstrual Derangements from whatever causes. AH letters for advice must contain $1. Office, No. 9 Endicott Street, Boston. N. B. Board furnished to those desiring to remain under treatment. Boston, July, 1870. 29yl Administrator's Sale AT AUCTION! Will be sold at public auction in Coventry, Vt., on the estate of the late S. S. SEAVER, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, at 9 o'c'ock A. M., the following valuable prop erty, viz : 200 tons of hay , 25 bushels wheat , 200 bushels oats, 50 bushels barley, 200 bustels pota toes, 1 yoke oxen, THIRTY COWS, 4 two year olds, 22 yearlings, 5 coarse sheep, 13 calves, 5 swine, 2 pair horses, 2 three years old colts, 1 two years old colt, 1 yearling colt, 1 brood mare and colt, 1 buggy wagon, 2 farm wagons, 1 cart, 2 pairs of work harnesses, together with all the household furniture, dairy and farming tools. Will also receive bids on the said farm known as the PEABODY FARM, consisting ot about Five Hundred Acres oi Land. Buildings consist of house 1 1-2 story, 30x36, L 26x30. carriage house 30x30, all connected ; dairy ham 80x100, with good cellar, stables, Ac, I barn 36x50, one 26x36, grain barn 36x 10, granary, hog house, &c. all in pood repair, mrst of them be ing built in the last 15 years. 150 acres meadow, 100 acres timber, the rest being suitably divided into pasturing and tillage. Two good sugar or chards of 1,000 trees each, one in good running order, with sugar house, arches, buckets, and pans. There is good running water to both house and barns. Said farm is capable of cut ting from 200 to 2)0 tons of hay yearlv, mostly being done with a machine. All pasturing being wed watered and fenced, is situated on the Pass. R. R. two miles from station each. way. This is decidedly THE BEST FARM IN ORLEANS COUNTY. Terms of Sale. On all sums ver 20 three months ciedit, on good approvel notes. For terms of farm address the Administrator. JOHN C PARKER. Coventry, Vt., Oct. IS, 1870. 43 ADMINISTRATORS SALE. The sniicriber beinsr duly appointed adminis trator of the estate of Philemon Foster, iate of Brownington, will sell at publicauction ou TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Vjth,U7, at 1 o'clock P. M.. the FARM of tho deceased, consisting of 55 acres good land Also the hay, grain and farming tools on said f irm. WM. TWOMBLY, Adm'r. Brownington, Oct. 21, 1S70. 43 FARM AT AUCTION. The subscriber will sell at public: auction on TVESDA Y, NO VEMRER i27, 1870, at 1 o'clock P.M., the farm known a the Geo. R. Richards farm in Brownineton. lying on the Lake Roa l, leading from Charleston to Willough by Lake, consisting of about 70 acres of land. WM. TWOMBLY, Guardian. Brownington, Oct. 21, 1S70. 43w2 A GOOD DAIRY FARM FOR SALE. The subscriber wishing to engage in mechan ical business offers his farm for sale, located on the road leading from EastCraftsbury to Glover, about 2 1-2 miles from East Cruftsbury. Said farm consists of 150 acres of excellent land, well watered and timbered, with ayouns orchard and small sugar place. Siud farm cut the past sea son 35 or 40 tons of h iy. The stock will "ic sold with he farm if desired For further particu lars inquire of the subscriber on the premises, or address him at East Crattsburv. T. H. WILLIAMS. East Craftsbury, Oct. 23, 1S70 43w3 An Excellent Dairv Farm For Sale. The subscriber effors for sale his farm situated in South Walden. and within 3 1-2 miles of the P. & O. R. R. Said farm contains nearly 300 acres of excellent land, suitably divided into mowing, tillage and pasturing, and is one of the best dairy farms in the county. There is also two good su?ar orchards on the farm and nearly furnished with good sugar tubs, holders, pans, 4c. Buildincs good and convenient for dairy purposes, with never failing water running to hem, and an excellent cellar. 1 he farm is pleasantly located and on a good road, has a lentv ot wood and timber on it. lswitbin 11-2 miles of a good saw mill, handy to meeting and school ; stock, hay and fanning tools sold with the place if desired. Possession given immedi ately if desired. Terms easy with a part of the purchase money paid on or before the 1st day of anuarvls, 1. ror further particulars inquire of the subscriber or address him. R. W.WINSLOW. So. Walden, Oct. IS, 1S70. 42 AUCTION. Wiil 1 e sold at public auction, on the premises ot the subscriber in ilrowtmgton, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER VI, 1S70, at 10 o'clock. A. M.. the followit; property : 80 tons ot hav, Ju to ooo bustiels oats, a qu intity of straw, plows, harrows, carts and farminp tools generally, -VW feet sap trouch. Also on the ame dav, it not previously disposed ot, 1 vnke leavv workina cattle, can't be bear lor lumber- ni, one pair of five years old horse", 1 two yc ir" hi colt, 2 cows, 10 swarms ot bees, 4 vearlini? eifers, very nice, 600 r 70U buckets. 5 holders. svrnp tuns, 1 pans, uraw t ti &c. Also one good farm of 200 acres choice land, about 100 acres cleared, the rest wood land Ivinz within 100 rods of Messrs. G.iliups' Steam Miil. There is, on said farm, 2 pood dwellinj houses, 3 barns. one 30x70, one 30x40. one 24x32, alt in pood con- ition, ciwid sheds, &c. The buildings are in sured $2200. 1 pood snpar p'ace of about 1000 trees and cood supar House. 1 he sap is br mpht in troughs to the camp, makinp it easy worn to pat her sp. The meadow is in the middle of the farm and nearly snrrvunded bv a stream of nev er failing water, and is nearly level. With a lit tle work will be a fine chance for a mowing ma- chine. The land is in a good stateof cultivation and the best in the state to stand a drouth. Now is the time to get a pood farm. All inottiries con- cerninp the above sale wili be promptly answer ed by the subscriber. ELI AS U. BAfvEit. Brownington, Vt., Oct. 4, 1S70. 42w3 FARM FOR SALE. On account of failing health the subscriber of fers his farm for sale, consisting of 1.50 ACRES OF HOOD LAND, 30 acres covered with wood and timber, a small apple orchard and 2 sugar orchards of 600 trees. well watered and buildings good. Said farm is situated in Sutton, 2 miles from Sutton Corner. The stock on the farm, produce and farming tools will be sold with the farm if desired. For further particulars inquire of the subscriber on the premises.- KL'r LSB. WILSON Sutton, Vt., Sept. 27, 1870. 39t GRAND OPENING FALL and WINTER MILLINERY M AItY P. WOODMAN, Bakton, Vt. All the latest novelties in Hats, Honnets, Ribbons, T.aces. Velvets, t lowers and Fancy urnuments, Elegant New Goods from the most fashir nable establishments in Boston. Pattern Hats of ev ery style extant. Also Trimmings, Patterns, Toys and Fancy articles of every description. MAKY r. WOODMAN. Barton, Oct. 23, 1870. MISS C. M. FARR Would inform the public that she has just re turned from Boston with a good assortment oi MILLINER Y GOODS consisting of Hats, Frames Velvets, Silks, Satins and Ribbons. A fine lot ofPlumes and Flowers, also Skeletons and Corsets, and goods usually kept in a Lady's store. Albany, Oct. 24, 1870. 43w3 LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Also licensed to sell The nest Sewing Machines in Market. Orders most gratefully received and promptly Kiieuueu to. J. JEWETT HILL. Barton, Oct. 10, 1870. 4im5 PliOGIlESSION The Law of Things, And there is no better method of judging the fu ture than by the past. As it has been, so it will be that the more people have the more they want. This is especially true in the world of merchan dise ; and people WILL pur chase where they can realize the most from the money invested. These things have had their dne amount ol influ ence with MESSRS. F. K. POWELL & SON, who have been to great expense in refitting and ENLAIUilNli Til EI It STOKE at the MILL VILLAGE in CRAFTSBUEY and have just returned from marker with a full and selected assortment ot goods in tueir line, consisting in part of Prints, Detains, Mohairs, Pop lins in great varie tv, Tarltnn Plaids, Pal moral and Felt Skirts, Hoop Skirts, Ladies' and Misses' Gloves and Hosiery, Ladies' Linen Cutis and Collars, Shawls a splen did assortment Sheetings and Cot ton Goods of all descriptions, a larce Stock of Men's and Bovs' Clothing, Men's Under Shirts and Drawers, Hats, caps. boots, Shoes, &C Abo Teas, Coffee, Spices, Sugars, Klonr, Nails, Gh ss and Putty, Pork Lard. Salt, Fish, Tobac co, snua, Slc. Crockery, Ittissivurc Uunhcure of all descriptions ; in short all articles usually found in countrv stores will be found here, and will be sold at lower figures than at any other store in town. No charge for showing our goods. Call and sec us. F. K. POWELL & SON. Mill Village, Craftsbury, Oct. 18, 1870. 43tf A GENTLEMAN In these days is not known so much by the com pany he keeps, as by the clothes he wears. 1 his is a'sad fact, and ought not to be. As long as it is so, however, we must submit to it. Then go straight to JACK HIDDEN'S, C R AFTSBURY CO M M O N ;et a SI IT ot IUS MCE READY MADE CLOTHING, of which he has a splendid line. for He sells them CASH DOWN. Stick to yonr old friends but not to your old clothes. Dress up! Look gay! Keep warm. Cold weather is approaching. Already thewinds of antumn are hissing their shrill notes in crack and crany and nook, and soon, too soon, will si lent be the music of the babbling brook. Besides his splendid assortment of Rctdy Made Cloth ing, he has his usual stock of goois for the gener al trade. 42 Small Profit Store HEST CLOVER. E. O. RANDALL takes pleasure in saying that his usual supply of first quality goods has received new company of late, and all will be sold for the smallest living rates. All know that he , keeps only such goods as he CAN WARRANT. Now Is the time to look over his Ready Made Clothing, and his Boots and Shoes, and Hats and Caps. Call on Randall for your HONEST GROCERIES. Sugar without Sand, and Teas that grew in Chi na and Japan. Ladies will not fail to look at his SHELF GOODS, Hardware, Glassware, Crockery, &c, as ever. Plows for sale. One and all call and look at his goods, and if you can't see what you want ask for it. NO SHODDY. Oct. 25, 1870. 43 IRA A. SHATTUCK, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, E NG RA V E R . Also dealer in Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, Coin silver Spoons, Thimbles and Napkin Rings, a full line of Rodgers & Bro.'s Plated Goods and Hollow ware, cutlery, rerlumery, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Violins, Violin Bows and String9, Bridges, &c.. Pipes, Tobacco Boxes, Wallets, Combs, Pistols and Revolvers, Toilet and Shav ing boaps, thermometers, intact A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT FANCY GOODS. All work done promptly and warranted. Engraving Done to Order. Remember the place next door to the Tin Shop, Hardwick, Vt. 42tt MARK TWAIN. J. K. Davis is happy to inform the people of urieans uounty mat he has "taken tne neia again, and will take orders as fast as possible for that most celebrated of all book, of travel, which is now having such an immense sale, viss : "The innocents Abroad, or New Pilgrims Progress." 42tf PIGS, From 2 to 8 weeks old, For Sale BY 41 (c3 SALMON NYE, Coventry. NOTICE. My wife. Roiana Litchfield, havine left mv bed and board without any just cause or proTo- cation, this is to forbid all persons harboring or (rusting ner on my account, as l shall pry no aeuui oi ner coniractineatter tms date. JOIIN M. LITCHFIELD. Westmore, Oct. 10, 1870. 41w3 OCTOBER 1870. FIRST ARRIVAL OF GOODS Cheap Cash nStore -OF- O. D. OWEN. I ! I take pleasure in saying that I have just re ! turned from market with a New Stock of Goods ! for the Kali and Winter trade. In inserting this ! advertisement, I do it not to advertise goods that I do not keep or prices that I do not sell at, but to give a partial list of goods that may alwaws be found at my store. In Dress G jods I have a good asssortment, among which may be found Thibets, Talletas, Merinos, Empress Cloths, Plaids, Ar lington Poplins, Chene Pop lins, Corded Alpaccas, AI pacca D e Soie, Diagonal Serges, Tycoon Reps, &c. A good line of Black Alpac cas, including the Pompadour, Grand Duchess, Red Letter and Haven brands. Domestic Goods of all kinds Beaver Cloths. Repellants. Cassimeres, Flannels, Linen Damask and Diaper, Not tingham Lace for Curtains, Napkins and Doylies, Cotton Flannel, Crash, Ticks, Stripes and Denims. LADIES' BEAVER CLOAKS, IMITATION ASTRACHAX CLOAKS, VELVETEEN SACKS, &c LONG and SQUARE SHAWLS, FELT SKIRTS, Balmoral Skirts, Hoop Skirts, Corsets. Kid Gloves and Mittens, Reticules, Baskets, and an endless variety of Notions IN BOYS' CLOTHING I HAVE The Best Assortment Ever Bro't Into the County. GRECIAN SUITS, BLOUSE SUITS, FULL WAIST SUITS, JACKETS, FASTS and VESTS, -AND BOYS OYER COATS. A large stock of Men's and Youths' Clothing ana Jrurnisning uooas TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBREL LAS, CALF BOOTS, BUCK GLOVES, aud MITTENS, Ac.', &c, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES RUBBERS AND ARCTICS West India Goods and Groceries, Crockery, Fa per Hangings, curtains, ana curtain faper, HARDWARE. Shovels, Ox Bows. Cow Ties, Trace Chains, and tne ceieoratea 'CROWN AX," acknowledged to be the best ax in the market. Goods all marked in plain figures and the price tne same to everyone. Country Produce taken for Goods at us tasn vaine. i Barton, Oct. 17, 1870, it 1870. FALL OF 1870. HALL & CO. Are now opening a large and attractive stock of Dry Goods, comprising all the varieties of the season. They have the LARGEST STOCK OF DRESS GOODS ever offered by them, and at prices which cannot fail to meet the views of the choicest buyer. Twey have made large additions in all the de partments of their store. A large stock of MEN AND BOYS' OVER COATS. A Fine Assortment or Hats and Caps, Fancy cloakings a full line of Fancy style Re pellants, all shades and qualities SHAWLS! SHAWLS ! Special bargains in Women's Shoes, Childrens' Copper Tips, etc., etc They can sell a A Good Style Womerit Shoe for $1.50. More of those Troy Boots. Horse Blankets, Fancy Cassimeres and Shirting Flannels. They have a complete assortment of Crockery and Glass Ware, SUGAR, TEAS and TOBACCOS, HARDWARE and YANKEE NOTIONS, etc. We still continue to exchange our goods for all kinds of Barter at CASH PRICES, and will pay Ca-h for Butter. Our low prices cannot be beat. Barton. 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