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iu AVcst Hartford, Vt., together with' its contents, and a barn and sheds adjoining, were destroyed by fire Thursday morning. Loss $1800. ff The chair stock factory of A. "Wakefield of Ludlow, was burned on Vcdncsday morning last week, destroying the main building and machinery. Total loss about $2000. It was insured for about $1400. 2T Daniel Digin of Burlington has been bound up in $100 bonds to answer at the County Court, for prowling about the streets in woman's clothes and mak ing people believe he was a ghost. gyAman named Joseph Burnham, who removed, some years since fron Middle ton, in Rutland County, Vt., to "Wisconsin, has recently been discovered to be heir to an immense property in England. The estate amounts to the round sum of $22 000,000. 2f One Stockum and his wife, living near Ballston, N. Y., have been sent to the county jail for six months, for cruelty to their own children. The special act consisted in getting drunk and driving their daughter, a girl of fifteen years, to go six miles through a blinding storm to get them a jug of whisky. The girl went two miles and turned back exhausted, when her drunken father beat her with a raw whip, and made her perform the cruel errand. (gr It is now ascertained that no less than ninety-two lives were lost on the lakes during the late gale of November 24th. fgT In music the slaves at the South are greatly proficient, as every one knows; but in art, says the Post, they have bad taste, when once they run away, not to show any partiality for the " old mas ters." Garibaldi. A penny subscription has been started at Brighton, England, in order to give every person an opportunity to express his sympathy and admiration for the emancipator of Italy. . gf Hermogenc Perry, a monomaniac by reason of having won and lost some successful lottery ventures murdered a man named Drozc, at New Orleans, for a sus poscd (but not intended) insult, stabbing him down in the very arms of his wife. Perry's mother, as cra.y as himself, stood by and urged her son on. An extensive copper placer has been discovered at St. Flavien, in Canada East near Quebec. The veins have been traced for a full mile, and everywhere the ore seems to be of great richness, while the quality is believed to be equal to that of the famous Acton mine. It is owned by citizens in Quebec. Stkalixo Principles. A Prominent Democrat living in one of the rural towns in this county "got off" a "specimen brick" a few days since which is too good to be lost. Speaking of the defalcation of the late State Treasurer Bates, he re marked: " It's just like these thieving Republicans I They've been trying this good while to steel our name, and now they've Stole our principles !" It was conceded all around that the old gentle man was not far out of the way. Vt. Phanlx, ' CiiAnLESTOS, 13. C, Dee. 0. It is re ported that great activity prevails in Fort Moultrie. The movements of the garrison seem to indicate that an attack from the secessionists is anticipated. ' Lincoln has boen burned in effigy at Fcruandina, : , Washington, Dec. 10. The President has just been assured that South Caroli nia will resist the collection of duties or attack the forts during the remainder of his administration. Nkw York, Dec. 19. Tho steamer " Huntsville" arrived here yesterday from Savannah, with eighty-six Bteerage pas sengers sent back by the authorities. , , "Washington, Dec 1 L There is a better feeling among politicians, but every mail brings news of the spread of dis union ' sentiments, ' , . The South Carolina members say they would be pleased to see Hon. John A. Andrew here and hear his views, ' but it 5 s to late for any earthly power to prevent accession. . 1 , . - ; , , , 1 A Simplh Rkmedt for Bronchitis. A writer in tho Baltimore Sun, who has been afflicted severely in his family, by that ttppaling disease, bronchitis, has found re- life from the following remidy : VTake honey in the comb, squeeze it out and A luje with a little water, and wet tho lips awl mouth occasionally with it."' Ithiul never been known to fail, in cases whero children had throats so swollen as to be unable to swallow. It is certainly a sim plo remedy, and may lo a very efficacious i Alexandria, Ya., Deo. 10. Mr. Botts, in his letter, says he will not have any thing to do with the' wickedness of seces sion. He thinks Virginia will not secede. He says the position of South Carolina is that of a bold, plain, daring, flat footed rebellion against the Government, and treason to the rest of the States. He thinks the only question involved in the South Carolina imbroglio is whether it is worth while to keep her in the Union. He believes the Federal laws should be enforced in South Carolina, and his letter is generally quite bitter on the seceding party. . ghrriti. In Johnson, on the 9th inst., by Robert Raich, Eh(., Daniel P. Eletchcrand Miss Matilda Patch, all of Johnson. A lTew Thins, AND A GOOD THING, Concentrated Iieaven. rpHIS leaven Is compounded with a view to pro X duce bread and pastries of a better quality, and In less time than by any other method. Warranted to be all that it is recommended to be. For Bale by Dutton & Hyde, Hyde Park, and C. R. Pagk, Morrisville. EXTENSIVE DEALER IK Rich, Fashionable, COMMON FURNITURE, EMHVAC1NO EVERYTHING DESIRABLE IN THE LINE. ALSO lleariy-made COFFINS, Constantly on hand , and furnished to order, at the FURNITURE WARE-HOUSE, ' JOHNSON, VT. Elijah Waterman's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, 1 IN Probate Court hold- Lamoim.k District. ss. ( en at Johnson within and for said district, on the 10th day of December A. 1). lHliO. Neheininh Waterman. Administrator on the estate of Elijah Waterman late of Morristown, in said district, deceased, presents nix administra tion account for settlement : Whereupon, it is ordered that the same be referred to the 81st day of December 1800, at tho Probate Ollicc, in said Johnson for examination and allowance ', and that all concerned be notilied hereof, by the publica tion of this order in the Lamoille Newsdealer printed at Hyde Park, three weeks successively as Boon as may be, that thpy may appear, and at said time and place, if they see cause, objoct thereto. ' , By orderof court, 3 ' Attest, 8. S. PIKE, Register. Jason 8. Hunt's Estate. Tim mihscrilieH. havinir liecn appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of La moille commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persona, ogiilnst the estate of Jason S. Hunt late of John son in said district, deceased, represented insol vent, and the term of ix months from the Both day of Novcmlier 18150, being allowed by said court to the creditor of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claim liefore us : (Jive notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwclling.hnuse of Widow O. M. Hunt in Johnson in said district, on the first Wednesday of January and the th Wednes day of May next, at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, oa each of said days. H H p1kEEX " 1 Connnissioncrn. . ' Johnson Dee. 10th A. D. 1800. 8 siNcwIng. I EMIR A ROWELL would Inform those who J may want sewing done, such as the milking of coats, vests, pants, vc, that she may be found at the residence of Mr. C. R. Lovcluud, in this village, whore she would be happy to attend to such work of the above description as may be wanted. , . ... Hyde Park, Dec. T,1850. 2w3 J. P. UlcEIroy, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, WATBKVILLK, VERMONT. A Lot of H o. 1, BUFFALO K0B ESj 1 . 1 JUST RECEIVED AT THE Hyde Park Clothing Store. ; James Parker, MEKG1IAF1 TAILOR, 11 MORRISVILLE, VERMONT, , KEEPS CON8TANTIY 01 HAND CLOTHS TKULUIA US, :,;v . . and . v::.1 Ready-made Clothing, And makes to order, and warants to fit, such work as mav be wanted. ' ' Cutting for others to make, dons In a satisfac tory aianner. ' Morrisville, Vt., December Ttb, i860. 1 2yl W. 11. Smith, BAEBEll AND HAIR-DRESSER, AMERICAN HOUSE, 1IYDE PARK, VT. HOLMAN'S PATENT Corn Stalk & Straw Cutter. TE the undersigned having used Holman's 1 1 Patent Corn Stalk and (Straw Cutter, do fully recommend it to be the most complete, sim ple, and best Cutter in use, and do cheerfully recommend to those in want of a corn stalk and Btraw cutter, to purchase Holman's, in preference to any other, as it is a fact that there is a saving of one-third in the feed realized by the use of this mat nine. leaver & wilkinh, Stowe. , H. E. Barnes, Wesley Matthews, ' Ohkkn Pkkkins, . (iKouuK Raymond, 4, C. J. Sheldon, W. I. Atkins, Morrisville. John Miles, S. H. Swazey, S. C. Sanborn, All orders should be addressed to J. & H. T. STRAW, Proprietors, Stowc, Vt. Stowe, December T, 180O. 2tf Ahram ISickfbrd's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, j In probate court hold lamoille district, ss. j en at Johnson, in said district on the fithxlay of Decemiier A. D. 1800, W. H. H. Bingham, executor of the estate of Ahram Bickford, lute of Stowe in said district deceased, makes application to said court to ex tend the time heretofore allowed him to pay the debts and legacies due from said estate, and to render his 'administration account, until some future day : Whereupon it is ordered by said court that said application be heard at the probate office in John son in said district, on the 24th day of December, 1800 ; and it is further ordered that notice be given to all persons concerned by publication of this order in the Lamoille Newsdealer, printed at Hyde Park, three weeks successively prior to said hearing. By the court, 2w3 Attest, S. S. PIKE, Register. Probate Courts, STATE OF VERMONT, I totice is hereby Lamoille District, ss. j given that stated Sessions of the Probate Court for the District of Lamoille, will be held at the Probate Orjice in Johnson, in said District, on every Monday fot the year ensuing. By order of the Court, Johnson, Dec. 1, 18U0 H. S. PIKE, Register.' Charles S. Itartlett's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, j IN Probate Court hold Lamoille District, sb. j en at Johnson within and for said District, on the 5th day of December A. 1). 1800. M. W. Terrill Administrator on the estate of Charles S. Bartlett late of Morristown in said District, deceased, presents his administration account for settlement: Wiierkufon, it is ordered that the same bo referred to tho 24th day of Dec ember 1800, at the Probate Otlice in said Johnson for examination and allowance; and that all con cerned be notilied hereof, by tho publication of Mils order in the Lamoille Newsdealer printed at Hyde Park, three weeks successively as soon as mav be. that tliev innv nntcar. and at said time ami place, if they see cause, object thereto. liy order ol court. Attest. S. S. PIKE Register. 1.11 nf I.nlini'w l)EMAINl.(i in tho Post OMice at Hyde Park, IV Dec. 1st 1S0O. AtlM 1 1 u ,1 II it I f'nlitu'oll Aluinli f'larV r'lmutni. 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An extra copy win ne sent to every porson lonnlng a dull ot twenty-five and for a club of fifty Weekly sul scrlbers, a copy of the Daily will be sent for ono year. Clergymen can receive tho Weekly, slnirle copy, at $1 a year. INK HEM I-W EEK 1. 1 WUREII "Will be published every Tuesday and Friday, and win emiirace all the more important matter or the daily editions, with the LATEST MARKETS. No semi-weekly in this country will compare with it In range of topie and variety of information; it is preeminently valuable as a FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ,", Tkkjis: $3 a ycr, two copies to ono address, $f; rive copies do., $11; ten copies do. , $20. TUB DAILY WORLD has already, in the few months of its existence, bad a success unknown in thn histnrv of iimrnnliHin. Its rirciiliLtifin ! equal to that of the OLD KSTAUUHHED DAI LIES. V In paper, typo, size, appearance, and range of liitonnatlon, It surpasses any Journal ever Usuod from the American press. , Address The Wurld," 85 PARK Row, N. Y. THE CLAREMONT MANUFACTURING fANTTFACTTIRERS of Paper and Rooks, pub- in nsners, printer ana mnders, wholesale and retail dealers In books and stationery, and pur chasers of all kinds of paper stock.- ' E. L. iJonnAMi), Agent, ' ' ' 1 OeohOKO. IbR, ' : Claremont, N.H. Lehpbl N. Ibk. 1 2yt DLTTOIV & HYDE, Have on hand a choice assortment of D R Y-G O O D S, , GROCERIES, COOKING EXTRACTS, FAMILY GROCERIES, Hardware, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, , ; VESTING S, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CROCKERY, EARTHERN AND GLASS-WARE, Books and Stationery, KEROSENE OIL, DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, BRUSHES, And an endless variety of YANKEE NOTIONS. We take the liberty of publishing a part of letter which has fallen into our hands, and refers somewhat to our business : Dkau Bbotukk Bun : I have finished my fail's work, at least got it all snug. Made a good thing out of my hops can't brag so much ulioul the butter, but the cheese did first chop. So of course 1 am all ready for wiuter, and feel to-day awfully inclined to write a letter, o o o o 1 must tell about some of our improvements here on the Street. Dutton & Hyde have just rupuired their store and made It splcK and spun m ight und new outside and inside. In fact, 1 have been a little surprised to see how much they have done in a short time, for 1 hadn't been into their store ince they commenced fixing up. But t'other i lay the Doctor told me to get some medicine at Dutton and Hyde a lor it was no wnere else to be found. ooooooao Well, they have just the largest and best assort ment of drug's and medicine's I've seen out of Montpclier or iturnngton. l got my medicine, and before 1 got away, bo't the biggest pile of goods 1 have bo t tor many a day, a lot ot school- books and tov-oooks, Pen s, Ink and Paper, a dress for Biddy, and a cap for Jake, hy the way, it s astonishing to me now Unit boy grows, lie wear's a cap big enough for me, and my coat is plaguy near a tit for him, too. If I do say it thev have eot some of the Isjst boot's I ever saw anywhere, they are mighty thumpers and mighty cheap, and as for women's congress Boot's thy've got you'd laugh to bust to see a new fashion with heel's nnd sole's as thick as Sliaw's thick boot. But thev arc real sensible now you just buv Kusun a nun- If von want to do the real thing by her. Of course I bo't a pair for Biddy.- I bo't me an election Hat as I tell Biddy, and a puty smart kind of an overcoat, cost about fourteen dollar's und cheap at that, Iwsides a black silk vest tn match mv hat and Blddv's dress 1 J he buy are having a good trade this tail, no mistake. Fact is I'm almost ashamed to sec what a lot of stuff we bo't but we needed it all and since I've got the money thank's to hard work, and a good market. Biddy sends a sample of her dress, which sue Hopes Susan will like. We are constantly receiving new supplies from market, nnd hope to Ira able to suit all who jnay honor us with a call, both in the variety and the quality of our goods ; and we feel confident that we shall be able also to make the price so low that all will find it to their advantage to purchase of us what they may need in our line. Uive us a can. lyl DUTTON & HYDK. NEW SHOE SHOr AT Ifyile Park Street. J. La page lirOULD inform tho public that lie has com. mencvd business on lilt own account, and is nronared to attend to all calls in hts line. All work left with him will receive prompt at tention. From his nost success, lie Is nrenared to war rant all work done by him to give perfect satis faction, both in price and workmanship. Hydo Park, Vt., Nov. 20, 1830. ' , ltf Julius A. Kecler'g Estate. STATE OP VERMONT, j In Probate Court hold Lamoii.li Distkict, as. I en at Johnson in and for said district, on tho 27th day of November A. D. 1H0O: ReulsiB C. Ronton, administrator de bonis non on the estate of Julius -A. Keelor, late ef Hyde Park, lit said district, deceased, made application to said conrt to extend the time heretofore allowed him to pay the debts due from said estate and to render bis administration account until some future day: Whereupon, It is ordered by said court that said applicathm be hoard at tho Probate office, in Johnson, on theHd Tuesday of Deoemlier next; and, tt is further ordered, that Notice be given to all persons concerned, by the publication of this order in the Lamoille Newsdealer, printed at Hyde Park; three weeks successively, befoi-e said Wring. - By tht court. Attest, S. S. PIKE, Register. X3ixy Your CLOTHING AND Hats & Caps, AT TUB CLOTHING STORE! fjpHE subscriber keepa constantly on band the LARGEST AND BEST Assortment of Ready-made Clothing ' AND JIATS $ CAPS To be found IK LAMOILLE COUNTY. Tht clothing Is all VERMONT MANUFACTURE. Strong and Servicable. At his store may be found a large assortment of OVER-COATS. ' For tile gentleman, farmer and mechanic, A large lot of Silk mixed, black broadcloth, brown 'and mixed, frock and sack COATS. Also, black doeskin, faney cassiuiere, satinet and all-wool PANTS. (irenadiue, fancy silk, lasting, cassimere, Valen cia velvet, plush, and black satin VESTS t Also, white, fancy, Marseilles, and Parig ' SHIRTS, UNDER-SHIRTS, DRAWERS, OVER ALLS, OVER SHIRTS, Ae., Ac, Ac. ! ALSO, - ' ' MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTH'S 33 O O "I" & , ' or VERMONT MANUFACTURE, Ann WARRANTED. An assortment of YANKEE NOTIONS, Gents' Furnishing Cioods. Call and examine, and buy a good article. My mono is READY PAY AND SMALL PROFITS. R. D, BENNETT. Hydo Park. Nov. 26, 18C0. ltf Septlmm KoMnoii Ifctate. Wll.li l-KEJSEiN IEIJ. STATE OF VERMONT, AT a Probate Court DistiiictoI'Lamoii.i.k ss. j holdcii at tbe Probate Office In Johnson within and for the District of Lamoille, on the lst day of Decclnlmr Anno Dom ini one thousand eight hundvcil and sixty. . Present, Hon. A. Riddle, Jodge; ' An Instrument, purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Septimus Robinson, lute of Morristown in said district, decea-cd, being pre sented hero by Hemantha W. RoWnso of Morrt town in sold lllstrict of Lamoille, the widow of deceased, for Probate; it is ordered hy said lro Ixilo Court, that all persons concerned there in, be notified to appear at a session of sMd court to lie hnldcn at the Probate Office la Johnson, in said District, on the 24th day of December A. D. lsfit) at one o'clock in the aftcr noon, and show cause, if any they may have, against the Probate of said will for which pnr. pose it is f nrtlier ordered . that a copy nf the record of this order ho published three weeks successively in the Ijiinollle Newsdealer, a weekly newspaper printed at Hvdo Park, in thts State as soon as may be. the lost of which publication to bo prior to said 2Uh day of Deecmls-r DJOO. A trot reeord Attrt 9, B, F1KE Regtslor, LAMOILLE CENTRAL ACADEMY. THE Winter Term of this" Institution will com mence Nor. 28, and continue eleven weeks. unaer ine cnarge or MISS. J. A. FLEMING, So well and favorably known as a teacher. ' ' . TCITlOW PS TERM. Common English, $3 60 Higher, 4 00 Languages, 4 60 French, extra, 2 00 Music, Instrumental, 9 00 Drawing, extra, 1 00 Penmanship, . 1 00 Vocal music, 1 00 It is desirable that all should be present at the commencement of the term, Hyde Park, Nov. 20, 1860. Joshua Sawyer, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Continues to occupy his office, west end of the village in Hyde Park. It was opposite the late Dr. Hunton's Cabinet of Minerals. "Sed Car thago est delenda. " 1 am not so young as to seek the purlieus of Pettifoggery, or so old as to avoid tbe glorious investigation of the law. I wish my old clients to finish up their cases, and the young who may please to call, and be blessed with advice to keep out, or c d to go in, to frivolous law suits, by an old Lawyer. lyl G. II. CJuyer, DEPUTY SHERIFF, MORRISVILLE, VERMONT. HI. O. Heath, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND INSURANCE ACENT, CAMBRIDGE, JEFFERSON VILLB F. O., VT. II. II. Powers, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLER AT LAW, and SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Hyde Park, Vermont. OFFICE IN NEWSDEALER BIILDI.NO. E. 8. ISlanchard, PHYSICIAN Si SURGEON. HYDE PARK, VT. OFFICE IN NEWSDEALER DCILDINO. Office hours from 8 to 9 A. M., aud from 6 to 8 P. M. All calls promptly attended to, day or night, lyl J. T. Allen, DEPUTY SHERIFF, HYDE FARE, VERMONT. rr?" Will attend to all matters either civil or criminal. Child & Benton. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HYDE PARK, VT. JOHN A. CHILD. R. C. BENTON, Ti.S. Small, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and SOLICITOR AND MASTER IN CnANCERY, Hyde Park, Vermont. Particular attcnton given to all matters left for collection. lyl Liberation. THIS is to certify that I have this day given my son, Leaudcr L. Eastman, his time during tho remainder of bis minority, and I shall claim nono of his earnings, nor pay any debts of bis contracting after this date. JLA13AA y. JEAS'JJ4A. Hyde Park, Nov. 28, 1800. - lw3 CARRIAGE SHOP. Thomas IVcwconib, CARRIAGE. MAKER, HYDE PARK, VT., - rifOULD inform the citizens of Hyde Park IT and vicinity, that he has onened a shou in the room formerly occupied by R. H. Page, where he is prepared to accommodate those who may wnnir wors. in uis line. Several nice sleighs on band and for sale. REPAIRING Done on short notice, and in a manner to glv entire satisfaction. Hyde Park, November 80, 1800. lyl Thomas Button's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, ) In Probate court hold. i.amoii.i.f, district, ss. ( en at the Probate of fice, in Johusou in said district, on the 27th day of November, A. D. 1800, Job A. Child, executor of the estate of Thomas Dutton, late of Hyde Park, in said district, de ceased, testate, represents to said court that said deceased was in his life time seized of certain real estate situated in Hyde Park, aforesaid, and that it Is necessary to sell said real estate to pay the debts and expenses of administration of said estate ; and prays said court to grant him licence to.sell the same for the purposes aforesaid. Whereupon it is ordered by said conrt that said application be heard at the Probate office In John son, aforesaid, on the third Tuesday of Decem ber next; and it is further ordered that notice be given to all persons concerned by publication of this order In the Lameille Newsdealer, pi in tort at Hyde Paik in said district, threo weeks succes sively prior to the time set for hearing, that they mny appearand give bonds for the payment of raid debts and expenses, or otherwise object, if they see cause, to the granting of said license By order of court. 8. S. PIKE, Register, TIN-SHOP ! THE subscriber continues to work tin, copper, brass and iron, at Hyde Park Street. R. H. PACE. Wanted. SIX young tnei, of hone-t. temperate, and in diistrlons habits, to peddle Yankee Notions, plain ami Japanned tin. glass, and wooden ware. None without the alMive qualifications need apnly, Hyde Park, Nov. 30, 18(10. R. S. PAGE. '. Mores, OF THE most desirable styles, at the manufac turer's usual wholesale price, with the fright added, for sale by the load, by R. 8, PAGE, Cash i- i DAID for beef hides, wlf skins, furs and pelts, L hy R. S. PAGE. lln Plate & Wire, VT MARKET piloes, with freight added, by the box and bundle, for salo by . . . . . It. 8, PAGE. , Tin Pans, COMMON and XX, L. G. KpauMtng's make, for sale by- r R, 8. PAGE. pOWIXO V. Co's ImprtoYcrt pildier-spoot . pumps and lead pipe, (or sale by lyl , , , 8. rGE.