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TTASatNGTOX, 3Iaad:iy, April, 14.
Sir. Harlan presented an affidavit made
bj Col. Lane, in regard to the Kansas
Memorial which was presented to the
Senate by Gen. Cass, and returned by the
Mr. Harlan said that respect for the
Senate called upon him to explain. If
the paper is a copy of the original me
raoria!, the establishment of that fact u is
proof of its authenticity. He thought it
would be a little strange to argue against
the authenticity of the Bible, because we
are unable to lay our hands on the origi
nal parchments as they carae from the
hands of the patriarchs, prophets and
apostles, although those parchments had
been copied millions of times, and had
been translated into various languages,
There were few who doubted the genu
ineness of the Scriptures on that account
Mr. Harlan then proceeded to speak of
the character of James II. Lane, saying
ie had been a Democrat from his youth.
His father, Amos Lane, was twice Speaker
of the Indiana House of Representatives
-elected by the Democrats, and when a
member of Congress he was the wheel
horse of Gen. Jackson's administration
The career of James II. Lane was then
traced by Mr. Harlan, from his appoint
ment as Postmaster by Mr. Van Bureu,
down to the present time, alluding to his
services in the Democratic electors for
Pierce arid King.
Mr. Lane prays the Senate to receive
the memorial.
At 1 o'clock this morning the Pacific
Railroad bill, being in special order, came
up, and consideration thereon postponed.
Mr. Harlan concluded his remarks in
favor of receiving the memorial.
Mr. Douglass stated the reasons why
he objected ; because the document had
been materially altered since its author
taw it.
Mr. Wade replied to Mr. Douglas.
Mr. Pugh spoke against receiving the
Mr. Hale said Col. Lane had been ac
cused of fraud and forgery, and should
be heard in his defence.
Mr. Wilson said 3Ir. Douglas had in
dulged in partisan catch-words unworthy
of the Senate.
Mr. Douglas replied, saying he used
the word subdue as applicable to the trai
tors and rebels in Kansas ; he used the
word black to designate Republicans, be
cause every ch-.use in their platform re
lates to the negro question. It is a fit
ting term for a sett'cnal party.
Mr. Wilson said lie had addressed a
large meeting in Delaware, Saturday,
distinctly avowing the principles of the
principles of the Republican party, and
the sentiments were assented to. Repub
lican principles are national.
Mr. Douglas said the democrats in the
coming election will take issue with the
Republicans on the slavery question, and
will go fbr the country, upholding the
Kansas act and the doctrine it involves.
Mr. Wilson said he didn't disown the
name of abolitionist. J. Q. Adams,
Washington, Ji-SVrson, Jay. Hamilton,
Franklin, and men of the revolution were
abolitioni.-ts. The Republican party op
pose slavery everywhere, but will not in
terfere in the Slates.
Mr. Stewart deprecated the discussion
cf such an exciting question, by the men
whose avowed object is to grasp the reins
of power. At the instance of Mr. Stew
art, the motion to receive Mr. Lane's pe
tition was laid on the table. Adjourned.
The Committee on Elections were dis-
eharged from further consideration of
the memorial of Mr. Faberof Louisiana,
contesting the seat of Mr. Custis.
Sir. Cobb of Georgia asked leave to
submit a resolution closing the present
session of Congress on the 4th of July.
Mr. Washburne of Maine said this
movement was intended to smother the
Kansas investigation.
The House refused to suspend the
rules for the purpose of receiving the
resolution by a vote of 3-3 against 57
two-thirds being necessary to suspend the
Mr. Hall asked leave to introduce a
resolution looking to the overthrow of
polygamy in Utah, but the House refus
ed to suspend the rules. The deficiency
till was then debated till the adjourn
ment. Washington, Tuesday, April 15.
Mr. Rusk, from the Post OSce Com
mittees, to which were referred the me
morials of Messrs. Vandeibilt and Liv
ingston, reported a bill to encourage new
Bteam navigation lines, to provide for the
transportation of mails by sea, and for
other purposes.
In consequence of the illness of Mr.
Clay, who had a right to the floor, on the
bill to admit Kansas as a State the sub
ject was postponed, and the Senate went
into executive session.
'The House passed the Senate bill au
thorizing payment to Jacob Dabson for
services as a volunteer from California in
the Mexican war ; being a colored man,
and the law not permitting him to enter.
the army, this special act is necessary for
his relief. 1
The bill amendatory of the act cf 1 849, j The Paris correspondent of the Lon-rejulatin-
the navment for horses and! don Times says a Council of Ministers
other property lost in the military ser
vice of the United States, was passed.
The bill is intended to facilitate the
means of obtaining proof in such cases.
The Deficiency Appropriation bill being
under consideration, the House rejected :
the Senate's amendment appropriating'
$300,000 for continuing the Washington
Aqueduct, and without final action on the
bill, adjourned.
Washington, Wednesday, April lo.
The Senate to-day passed the bill pro
viding for driving the small Spanish coin
from circulation.
Mr. Seward presented a joint resolu
tion providing that uninhabited islands,
lying beyond the maritime jurisdiction of
nations, which have or may hereafter be
discovered and taken possession of by
American citizens, whether in the public
service or not, shall become part of the
territory of the United States of Ameri
ca, whose jurisdiction over the same shall
be asserted and maintained ; but the
right of property in deposits of guano, or
any valuable natural products of such is
lands, and of embayed waters thereof,
shall be vested in the persons who shall
have discovered and taken possession of
the same ; provided they shall be citizens
of the United States, not engaged in the
public service, their successors, adminis
trators and assigns, with the privilege of
entering upon and occupying the grounds
and waters for the purpose of preserving!
disposing of or taking away said deposits
and productions. Referred to the Com
mittee on Foreign Relations.
The Bounty Bill was debated, then
laid aside to enable Mr. Jones of Iowa to
reply to the speech of Mr. Harlan, on
Kansas affairs.
Mr. Jones then addressed the Senate.
Mr. Keitt inquired what party Mr.
Stanton represented when he introduced
his biil of an indictment against the ad
ministration. The gentlemen from Ohio
was a leading member of the Black Re
publican party. A few months ago they
came here asserting the nationality of free
dom and the secttonality of slavery, mak
ing their issues the repeal of the fugitive
slave law the restoration of the Missouri
restriction, and the non-admission of any
more slave States into the Union. They
came here, boasting a majority, and elect
ed their leader Speaker. Rumor says
they dare not now, as before, face the
country on those issues. No disreputable
dodging! no bolstering up fraud. If
the North is abolitioDized, make the issue
boldly no cowardly skulking.
Washington, Thursday, April 17.
Mr. Sumner made a motion that the
committee cn Commerce be directed to
inquire into the character of the commerce
known as the Coolie trade, by which
large numbers of the Chinese are tran
ported for services in distant places. Ajso
to ascertain if the same is not conducted
in violation of an existing treaty with
China, and to consider if any legislation
is expedident in view to the prohibition
of this commerce or prevent abuses inci
dent thereto, on board American ships,
or to extend to it the provisions and pen
alties of the recent act of Congress resu
lating the transportation of passengers in
American vessels.
The Senate then resumed considera
tion of the Bounty Land bill, bat without
disposing of it, adjourned.
On motion of Mr. Pringle, the Presi
dent was requested to have prepared state-
ments showing the appropriations made j peace. No one appeared, however, ex
daring each session of the last three Con- ': eept the Mayor, who again read the
gresses, particularly distinguishing those 1 above letter. At 1 o'clock the Tower
made on the recommendations of the ! antl Park guns fired a salute of 101
President, heads of departments, and
chiefs of bureaus ; likewise what expen
ditures were made during the same pe
riod, and whether defalcations have oc
curred, and if so, to what amount.
CsT The seven slaves lately arrested
in Cincinnati, belonged to a company of
twenty-one who started from Kentucky
together. A letter dated at Amherstburgh
C. W., Feb. 1 C, and published in the Pro
vincial Freeman, brings information that
ten of that company seven men, one'
woman, and two children have arrived in
Eeceipt3for tie Standard.
For the tceek ending April 25.
J. C. Rowel!, Albany, $1,25
Eli C. Smaller, " ,62
Curtis Frasier, 0
Jonathan Fits, u 1,25
M. G. Sargeant, Irasbnrgh, 1,25
Wm. G. Taplin, 1,25
Geo. Worthington Jr. 2,50
Don A. Bartlett, - 3,75
C. C. Kellam, 15
Abner Miles,
Edward Santy,
N. E. Clark, Glover, 15
Charles Ellis, Barton.
iorcign uterus.
was held at the Tullenes at half past
11, and remained till 12.
The Emperor presided, and gave his
last instructions, and Count Walowski re
turned to his official residence to receive
the plenipotentiaries. He came at half
past 12, and after the treaty was rea.l
over to them, proceeded to sign it.
The moment the signatures were com
pleted, the signal was given, and the can
non from the Esplinade of the Invalides
proclaimed the news. Bulletin announ
cing the fact, was posted by Government
throughout the city.
Parliament re-assembled on the Slst of
March. In reply to a question, Lord
Palmerston said, that though a Treaty of
Peace had been signed, yet it was deter
mined by the Congress that the particu
lar conditions of the treaty should not be
made public until the ratifications had
been exchanged ; at the same time he
would express his conviction that the
treaty will be deemed satisfactory by Eng
land and by Europe.
It would be found that the objects for
which the war had been undertaken had
been accomplished fully. It would be
found that the integrity and independence
of the Turkish empire had been secured ;
it would be found that the treaty is hon
orable to all contracting powers, and that
while on the one hand it has put an end
to a war, which every friend to humanity
must have naturally wied to see con
ciuaea, on me otuer nana u wui lay tne ,
T 1 . . T t 11 1 .1 I
.onndation ot a peace wmcn, ne trusteo. .
would be lasting and enduring.
On Monday, the Lord Mayor of Lon
don made official proclamation of Peace
from the portico of the Mansion House,
and afterwards at the Exchange.
In London at 1 o'clock, the Tower
and Park guns fired a salute. Flags
were generally displayed in the city, and
from the shipping. In the other cities
similar displays were made, bnt not much
enthusiasm was shown.
Latest advices from Parma represent
the state of seige as being carried out
with the utmost vigor. Everything was
subjected to military dictation, and the
Austrian General, Creneville, appears as
the real Governor of the city. Upwards
of three hundred arrests have been made.
The Auditore Bordi was still alive though
no hopes were entertained of his recov
ery. Yesterday the Lord Mayor of London
accompanied by the civic officers, appear
ed in citizen's costume on the portico of
the Mansion House and read the follow
ing letter :
"Hme Ojfice, JTarch 31st, 1856.
My Lord Mayor I have the honor to
acquaint you that a dispatch has this
morning been received from the Earl of
Clarendon, dated Paris, March 30, an
nouncinr that a definite treaty for the
! restoration of peace, and for the main-
i. p., .. .. i
tenance of the integrity and indepen
dence of the Ottoman power, was yes
terday signed at Paris by the Plenipo
tentiaries of her Majesty, of the Empe
ror of the French, of the King of Sar- !
a:: a ci,.,.. .t i ,! i
Emperor of Austria, and the King of
Prussia on the one part, and the Empe
ror of all the Russians on the other.
(Signed) G. GREY."
After cheers for the Queen, Army and
Navy and the Allies, the spectators dis
persed. At noon a large crowd assem
bled at the Exchange, in expectation
that the Heralds would appear, in full
pageantry, a3 in days of old, to proclaim
guns. Flags were generally displayed
in the city, and from the shipping. In
other cities the same displays were made
quietly and without enthusiasm.
The Times' Paris correspondent
writes that when the news of the signing
of the Treaty was announced to the Em
peror, he expressed himself to the follow
ing effect: lie thanked the Plenipo
tentiaries for having come in person to
him with such agreeable tidings. He
observed that the result of their labors
during the Conference was the complete
realization of the speech delivered by
Lord Clarendon in the House of Lords,
and that the peace which the Allies were
determined on concluding, was one which
carried with it no humiliation to Russia,
and which did not compromise the dig
nity or independence of any one it was
in fact, such as great nations might pro
pose or accept without degradation, and
it therefore had all the elements of so
lidity and durability, and he added, so
favorable a result was, in a great meas
ure, owing to the conciliatory spirit and
the moderation which marked the policy
of England, and which was particularly
felt in the course of th prwnt Confer-
The following from IJoyds List, may
or may not have reference to the missing
Pacific :
Figcekia, March 24. The Shipwith,
Capt. Ryan, which left St. Johns, N. F.,
Feb. 13, has arrived here, and reports
that in coming ofF the Newfoundland
coast she fell in with ice to the distance of
200 miles from the land, and saw the
lights of a steamer in the ice.
It may be confidently expected that the
year 1857 will be far advanced before
the last man, and the last cargo of shells
can pass the Dardanelles, on their way
homeward, nor can we think that any
haste is necessary in completing the evac
uation. The 'presence of the Western
forces in the East is now only a question
of months. The British army is said to
be provided with food and necessaries for
nearly twelve months.
St. Petersburg, April 2. By an
Imperial Manifesto, peace is proclaimed,
the object of the war having been gained
by the security acquired for the privil
eges of christians in the East. It is added
A fresh frontier line for Bessarabia has
been conceded.
Kiel, April 1. The news of peace
was not received here with much satisfac
tion. It was announced to-day that two
of the three screw line-of-battle ships
here had orders to return to England im
mediately, and the other should proceed
at once to the Gulf of Finland, with in
structions for the return of the advance
squadron to England without delay.
Paris was again illuminated Tuesday
night, and the illumination in private
houses were more jreneral than on Sun-
dav- The reason was many people m
derstood tlie il!minations following the
review as a tribute to the army of the
Crimea, a great part of which had ap
peared upon the ground, and at least this
was the feeling of many. The public
buildings and embassies were not gener
ally lighted up on this occasion, but mem
bers or private individuals who were out
of town on Sunday took this opportunity
of putting malpions in their windows.
Alexander 2d, at the Russian print shop
on the Boulevard des Italiens, had crowds
round it during the evening. It is a sig
nificant fact that the Orleanists and Le
gitimists, who have never illuminated
since 1848, made an ostentatious display
of light on Sunday and on yesterday.
The hotels of M. Guizot, M. de Montal
ives, and the Duchess de Duras, and very
many great houses in the faubourg St.
Germain were particularly remarked.
Did they light up to show their sympathy
with Russia? The general belief is that
they did.
Tlie Markets.
Corrected weekly from toe X. E. Farmer.
Wedsesdat, April 15, IS06.
At market 633 Cattle, 6S3 Beeves and 50
stores, consisting of W orking Oxen, Cows and
Calves, yearlings, two and three years old.
Prices Market Beef Extra S9,00a0.(M; lt
quality, t,50a0.00; 2J quality, SS,Khi8,25 ; 3d
quality, 57.5U: ordinary, &7.00a0,(M.
Hides S7,00a0.00 per cwt.
Tailow Sf00iiS.50 per cwt.
Pelts $ 1,00a 1,7a each.
CalfSkin? 14 cts per lb.
Barrelling Cattle None.
Veal Calves S4, to 8.
Working Oxen 5140 to 212.
Cows and Calves $42 to 72.
Yearlings None
Two Years Old 525 to 5f.
Three Years Old S40 to 72.
Sheep and lambs 20C5 at market. Extra, $7
to 12. By lot 52,75 to C.
Swine None.
Yk'uolesale Prices. Apkii. 19, 1556.
Genesee 7 25 a 9 50
Ohio, common 6 75 a 7 00
Ohio extra 7 75 a 9 00
Meal 3 25 a 3 75
GEAIN per bushel.
Corn. Northern
Com, Southern, Yellow
Corn, do. White
Oats, Northern
Oats, Southern
Oats. Eastern
Yuite Eeans
66 a 0 67
60 a 67
5!) a 62
1 06 a 1 10
00 a 45
40 a 00
40 a 00
1 00 a 1 10
2 25 a 2 50
HAY per ton.
HOPS per lb.
20 50 a 21 00
First sort, 1E55
Boards, from
6 1-2 a 7
13 00 a 44 00
2 00 a 5 00
17 00 a 40 05
1 50 a 2 00
9 00 a 11 00
Spruce Lnmber
POTATOES per bbl.
Common 1 00 a 0 00
Chenango 1 25 a 1 60
PEOVISION'S per bbl.
Beef 12 00 a 15 51
Pork 15 00 a 20 00
Lard, per Ih. 11 a 11 1-2
Butter, choice 22 a 00
Hatter, good 18 a 21
Cheese 8 a 11
SEED per lb.
Clover, Northern IS a 13
Clover, Western and Southern 15 a 16
Herd's Grass, per bushel 3 25 a 3 50
I!ed Top, Southern eO a M
lied l op, Northern 1 25 a 0 00
TALLOW per lb.
American 10 a 11
Anencan, rough 7 1-2 a 8
WOOL Domestic, per lb.
Saxon and Merino fleece 52 a 58
En I blood 45 a f.O
1-2 and 3-4 blood 42 a 43
Common 1-4 blood 35 a 38
Puiied, from extra to No. 2 SO a 13
The Listers of Irasburgh, will meet at
A. S. Whipple's, Saturday the third day
of May next, at one o'clock, in the after
noon, to hear appeals from the assessments
made by them.
IraVoargb. April 10th, IS.',.
United Stxtce
Foreign Patent Agency.
IS Middle St , Lowell, Mas., U.S.A.
Draftsman, Practical and Theoretical Mechanic
for Fourteen Years.
rrcooritr.s p.ti:ts
In this and all Foreign Countries where
Patent Inrs llxist.
KF.FKRKNCF.S The nndersicned have for
several year been ncqniinted with Mr. K. XV.
Sicott. ami state with pleasure thai he is apentle
tnau of unquestionable integrity, and knowledge
in the business in wired he is. enced.
Sewsll ti. Mack, Myor of Lowell
I. W. Heard, Attorney at Law, and Assistant
Treasurer V Ilo-ston.
II. 1!. Smith, Manufacturer of Machinery, Low
ell. Mass.
Klisha Huntington, Ex Lieut. Governor Mast ,
I). S Richardson, Attorney at Law, and County
A. It. Hrown, Attorney at Law, anil Director of
the Wamesit Hank.
PAITKKNS for Cat:re. and MODELS for
Machines, promptlv manufactured.
March 6, 1S5S tOtf
In Crnftsbury, March IS, by llev. A.
O Hubbard, Mr. Ashrul A. Stimson.
and Miss Emkline C. Morse.
THIS may certify that I have this dav relin
quished to my son, Henry K. l'a je, his time
during the remainder of his minority, and 1 shall
claim noneot his wages nor p:iv any of his debts,
after this date. KIMBALL K. l'.At.IE.
Witness, O. N. Flkins.
North Troy, April 13, 1S4. 17-Sw
'YM. T. TEXNY&C0.,
Have now in Store, nnd will be constantly receiv
ing throughout theeason, from the principal
and bet manufacturers in England and
America, every description of
c a n i? in t 3 ,
Desirable for furnishing Hotels, Dwellings and
Ships, embracing
Velvet Tapestry, Brussels Tapestry,
Painted Carpets, liockings. Mattings, Pugs, &e.,
comprising a very large assortment, nil of
which will be sold at the lowest Diarket
pricas. I7iu"
Premium Paged P.hmk Rook Manufacturer,
Paper Warehouse, Jobber and retail dealer in
School Classical and Miscellaneous Books,
Stationery and Artists' Materials,
No. 146 Church Street, nearly opposite A. C.
"pear's Drug S:ore, lturlington, Vt.
1 WOULD inform my friends nnd the public
generally that I have removed my Store end
ism.iery to .no. liij Lhurch Mreet, nearly opposite
a. kj. rpear s Drug store, where 1 shall be lound
alter this date.
The attention of buyers is invited to my assort
ment of Paged Blank Books. A large assortment
always on hand made bv exnerienced workmen.
and warranted equal to any City work. Partic
ular attention paid to making Blank Books for
tsaiiKS, insurance urnces, Alannlactunng Compa
nies, Rail lload Corporations, &c.
A eoniplete assortment of Writing nnd Wrap
ping Papers always kept on hand, consisting ol
Super lioyal, Imperial, Demv and Flat Caps of all
qualities. Cap, Letter, Bath i'ost. Billet and Nore
Paper Hardware, Manilla. Rag, Straw and other
rapping Papers. 1 hisstock I uny directly Irom
the Manufacturers for Cash and can and w ill 'ell
on the same terms as New York and Bostou Job
bing Hotie.
A large variety of this class of gooris wli'ch
have been selected with great care for th!s mar
ket, and the prices cannot fail to sati.fv the
closest buyers. School, C'assical and Miscella
neous I!o"k. Special arrangements with the
leading publishers render my facilities for fur
nishing this stock equal to auv house in the Uni
ted States.
A NEW FEATURE Owing to the largely in
creasing demand for
in this section, a large assortment of Libera!
and Progressive Books will be found on ourshelves
among which are all Standard Works on Unita
rianism, Universaiism, Liberalism, Spiritualism.
&c. All the publications of the American Uni
tarian Association anil Partridge & Briltan, the
Works of Channing, Theodore Parker. Sweden
boig, A. .1. Davis, Kdmonds, &c. Subscriptions
received for the Spiritual Telegraph, New Eng
land Spiritnalist, liftany's Montniy. &c. 1 am
Agent for Mrs. Mesler's' ce'ebratcd Clairvoyant
Med cines and Stone's Mesmeric Nerve Liniment.
A supply always on hand.
I ccnlinne to Pir.d Muic Books, Magazines.
&c, in every style of Binding on short notice at
the lowest ra'e.-.
1 would return thanks to my friends and the
public for tite liberal patronage heretofore exten
ded, and will only add that my prices will as
heretofore be as Cheap as the Clieanest.and pur
chaser are invited to examine stock am! prices.
All orders by Mail, Express, or otherwise, will
receive prompt attention. Terms, Ch on De
No. 146 Church Street, Bnrlington.Apnl 1, 1S5C.
HAS a complete assortment of Musical Mer
chandise, and all gocis pertaining to his
brai:h of business. A large assortment of
from the manufactories of Chickering, Woodward
& Brown, and Brown & Alien, iti, iiHtniiwui
are well known to be superior to any other
manufactured in this country.
manufactured by Prince & Co., Buffalo, in.1 Car-
hurt & Needham, N. Y.,ol all size- and patterns '
and every lustrnnient warranted.
Double Bass VioK Violiuceiio.., Tenor Viol..
Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, Saxhorns,!
tsujies l romoones, AfCorc.eoii", &c.
Italian, German and English Strings for Viols,
and Guitars, of the bet quality, lions, Fii.yer
Hoards, Tail Pieces, Peir" and" Bridges, I uu'n.r
Forks funing Hammers, Pitch Till.. Ciarinicit
Ilesds, Metrenomes with and without bell-, Music
Stands, doube refined Rosin. Ciise fur Flutes,
Blank Music Books and Music Patter. Instruc
tion books, and Scales for every Instrument.
Jlore than 10.0XK) pieces now on ham!, and aii !
new pieces of Music received as soon as publish-1
eu. Glee Book and Church Mu-ic llifjks ol ev
ery description. j
ilr K. will sell ail articles as low as tbo of the
same quality can ue outatned in any ci'y, and a
liberal discount nude lo Teachers aiid tii.e who
buy to sell again. Grateful fir the lioeral pat
ronage ne aa mas inr receive.1, ue will spare no 1
enort to keep a complete assjriirieiit of all arti
cles usually keut in a Jlu.io Store, and bv con
stant personal attention fo Ins buii.ess, bpes to
se in his new and commotions a'ore, ail of bis
old. and many new customers.
Burlington, April 12, 10-ly.
LiuratA jio yoricr.
TVOTICE is hereby g v.-n that I have this d.iv
i' relinquisiieil to my nm W I I.LI A M H. KC
SOM, histime during tiie rema tuierof iiisniiiH--ity
and shall claim none of bit wages nor pav anv
of hi debu after this date.
Witneses, ( P.k.sjakis Boki5xs Jb.,
I iciiAaoii Bkmui.xs.
Browningoi', March 2, 1 jw3
liui:i:atio xotice.
rilrJIS mv certify tlwt I have this dar re'in
X qnisued tr my son. F.LI M. KOUKfX.S, the
remainder of bi minority aiidtia!l eUin ivmeof
bis earnings nor pav anv'debts of bi eontra-!ini
attT.thi daw. iCHAUOO BOBBINS.
A ties' Th'. C. Utewjirt.
Browninpwo, April 11. lV. JwS
state or YEimo.vr, -
r"1!'E Honorable the 1'rohate Court for the T!
1 trict of Ot-I.'ai'ii, to jitl persons concerned in
the estate of I.I KE DAVIS, late of isewport, de
ceased. ceefi':C.
.rHFRK AS. wither Paker, Administrator of j
1 t the estate of said ii'-ceae I, requests said i
Court to a low him the Anther time of one year twenty-five J-vr cent, by "jv'"vh "big his neeoasa
from and alter the STth ii.iv of Aprd, A. 1 if 56, 1 ne there."
to make pavment of the debts and close the set- Mr. U. "We!!. ir. t am very glad you to.! ma.
Cement of the e-tate.
' MiEltKKOUE, you are hereby notified that
M eaid application will be heard at a session of
the Probate Court to be held at lm-bury:h on ihe
23,1 dav of Ai-ril. mtaut, at which time you may
be heard in the promises
And this order shall be published threw weeks
sue -essiveiv in the lb leaps independent Standard
a rew sparer, printed t liwbr.n;h, in this Mate,
the last of which pnhl cation siiatl be N-fr the
dav assigned fur heaniii; asa'or-ai t
Given unrler mv band at the lroh?a Ofitce at
Iiasburgh, this Sod dav of Anrd, A. I lf "6.
Olil.KAXM Pisti:h.t, s.
T a Tribute Court Leiden Ht I"burih wbb
. in and for the district of Orleans, on the 2i
day of April. A l. Mary M. Se iverof A'
baiiV. itt said district, w idow of Ezra Seaver, late
of Albany aforesaid, and guardian of Levi Sea
ver, a minor child of said deceased fi:cti her vt'
tion in said Court setting forth, that for want .f
sonic person to exercise proper care over the
hrme.U'ad set out from her lale hu!ands esTnt,
lo h-f rsli anil her said ward, the same is rapi-Cy
derrocia!ii!i: in vliie, and that it w-mhl !-e tor
the interest of all concerned, to ell the same, and
put the pnx'0'is thereof lit interest; mid pr.tys
the Court for license to sell the same, it being liie
residue of said homestead situated in (he town of
Whereupon it is ordered that all persons con
cerned be notified hereof that they may appear
a Probate Court to bo hotden at the Probate
Orlk'e in irasbnrgh, on he 231 day of Apriiins!.,
and show cause, iT anv thev irmv nave, wliv tl'l
prayer of the pe'ltiom r should not be gmnt-d j
bv the pmilvaiion o! tins onicr m tne t'riean
liidi-nendeiit Standard, n puper printed at Ir is
burgh. three weeks successively previous to the
tiiM'set lur rearing and oeeis'on thereon.
Haled at Irasbuivh, th a 2d dav of April, U56.
STATE OK VEKMOXT, I In Probate Court!
Oih.Kans Distuict. s.. I liolden at lraburgh.
within and for stud district, on the 27'h dav ol
A.i.Wni . t'l. ... r MAXVAIi CAIt.
1 l. r, ,-. XV.. I .'.!irt L' . .... I i
PEN I KB. late of Croftsbiiry ill said district! de- j lltoii. contamiiig one !,,,ndre, acres, bot
ceased, presents his administration account for ,wnr S'.. to ..tii I rov. on the lliver
se't'ctiietif I poo-i buildings, well watered, well sttnnted
WIIEilEITOX, it is ordered that the same be ! c- ,'"n-' ''"'"L' P'T" '"r ",r"t P!,rt
referred to the -21st dav of Mnv next, at the!01 I""1'1"'"- ''.'' if u-sire.!. -ippllciirion
Prob-ite Odice in said Im'sl.ur,dl. li.r exalllii.ation ! i,C n,:,, !'V S:ini,l-I Sllimmr, E-o., South
and ii!!ow-mce; and that all c- ncerncd be notified
hereof, by the publication of this ordr in the Or
leans Intk'pemlent Standard, a newspaper printed
at Ir.istuirirh, three weeks successively, as so,wt as
mav le, tiirit they mny appear, and at said lime
and place, if tlicv see cause, ohiect thereto.
M. CAiU'EMEK, Jud-e.
VT a Probate Court, holden at Probate Ofioe,
in Intsburgh, within and for sr. id District, on
the 2nd dav of April, A. D. Is5i3.
AS INS ITU'MEM , pnr)ortinir to he the last
WILL AM) tkstajilst ol JOHN LOCKE, late of
Alh:iny in said Di-trict, deceased, l-eing presented
to the Court here by William L. Icke, the exe
cutor therein naiiicd, for Probate: P is ordered
by said Court, that all persons concerned therein
be uotitied to appear at a session of said Court to
be hoi den at the Probate Office, in Irasbnrgh, on
the 30th day of April, 1836, and shew caiiso. if
any they may have, against the Prohutc of said
Will: for which purpose, it is further ordered,
that a cop , of the record of this order be published
thtee weeks successively in the Orleans Indepen
dent Standard, printed at Intsburgh, previous to
said time appointed forbearing.
A true copv of record.
Attest, M. CARPENTER, Judge..
Tl"M!E subscriber has on and and for sale a
X large quantity of excellent Keady Made
Clothing, winch they will sell as low as any one
in the county. Also, a first rate assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Plain nnd Fancy Dress
Good. &c, &c, fr sale low.
Irasbnrgh, Jan. 4, 1S56 ltf
Cliurcli Street.
fB HE subscribers have just opened a new and
I rich Sto k of Goods which they offer at
Wholesale aud Retail, comprising
Rich Dress Silks,
Gilk 7arps,
CiCVTS Ft::MCII.2 ooocs,
Merchants are respectfully inTited to call arid
examine our Goods.
Iiuriington, April 10, bM. J-ly
dcpitv s ii i: :t i r r,
lRAsi!un;it, Vt.
Also. Agent for Fanners Mutual Fire Insurance
AID for Hides and bhipniufr Fur.bv
I. 11. McCLAP.Y.
Albany, Jan. 4, 1 ?;."'" ltf
(Formerly of Montpelier, Vt.)
212 Tj'.e.moxt Stp.kkt, - - Uostox.
Medicine and' s..rjrerv. 'continue to give e.,!ecwd
.fetUi to treatment of diseueji ol the KK ami
llarch It 100 l'.'f
1 1!
Ilr It u-tM In ....r, u'ill, tt.A . e
At'crnry and foiinsfllor al Law tnd Solicitor
C. W. SCOTT, M. D.,
liomuopaliiic Fliysitian nnd Suraoa,
I K A . V. I V. 1 H, VKKMOXT.
Office over Wortiiintrton's Stote.
DERI'.r, - --
rilVMtlA.N Ali M KIiW.V,
DEttBlf Cfc.VTRE, VT.
Office at lu residence on East Street. Uf
uv David i:i.aisii;m
Formerly kp by If. K. Ibdf, U now open Un
the accowmodaliuu of the pBtiic 1-ly
Mr. A. "tlond morning, Mr It., I wirfc to brt
your team to-oNir.'
Mr. B, k,l think I will accommodate yoa--wbere
do yon wU'i to co wi'h it?"
Mr. A.--'l am (toin to Hand Porw! to tntrlet
Mr. C told me v stvrdav that be U save frill
i win co witn you, i miis?i i uv n var '.ait
as a time.
the rr.orniEi ors ortns
flVAKE pleBMipn in nyi'c thnt t! ev It r.
I Civtl a cull trvim hoiU she nUif tunic pn
tli'Tmn n:ui, t!mr vi'vr ipth,."ng Iuvr cvitv wn
w thoiJ "wnv tvii-u-M
sent one of hiui hhw pxU'nwc rt
m'tit evr i-iVwti in Hk par: oi H.e Stnt. Our
stork Ct-M?' Mi piirt ot'
IV Po I tin.; n!( VTv; ,io:
Hhu-k viks, p'nMt mm rinrcn; C..Ior.l
V:itt y Mat;.', Sik t- t'H-shttH're;
Mi'!in: iV'tv; X
In l'rirt yem tvtn n!i t'r tv:!mi? in thi !m hX
Tmt ! I' uitvi hvMv.amicf t ?nriorjniili;y.
A Httrr !( nuift of
Crockery: lilass and Hard Ware,
Flour? JUclt j
N'ii': Dry and i'ick!.d Kib;
Hats; Cups; r.ont-. Shoes; nil kind of
Keady Hade Clothing,
And everything else that the wants of mm re
quire. Our fiioiiitios n'e such tlnd we are roreivlnjf
f.-nm ItusMn and New York. i'..',i:it:onto our stock
trn-y uVj. nmi to one nn, nil e would suv
"(ri.'ir t l .f, trtt an. i r't viU (' 'rofyf f '
Island I'oiid. Vt , boo. 27, ltf.ti. SMf.
Farm for Sale in Troy.
i 'Vu'' l Mm '"nerly occmd.! by .lames Ham-
i mi, M ... i. it nsou, r.-q., .Norm i rov, or tu
subscriber. E. Will I E.
Ilrownington, March It, 15B 12w6
4B. I KH.r.AM hn.cn
naim, nnd will keen
"i?'-At T?T f.)r ;.,,. rverv l.erm
gy'---S tion of Asiicuhural Im
-SseOii . - IlicniiMlts. Cti'-aistil, in
part, of Plows of various Pattern and iize, it
Double Jlfirhigan,
Eagle, Six Xi'zrt,
Martin's, 3 Siset,
Side Hill, 2 Size.
Woolley's, 3 Sizes,
Light One Ilurtc,
Iron Hoail Seripers, Corn Shelters, Hav Cotrw.
Cultivator, t'imrns, Copper Piin.ps, Walnut Ox
Mows. Herd,' Grass and Cb.ve- .Seed, Grind Stona
Haniiinsrs, Sausage Meat Cutters, Garden Imple
ments, &e.
Any articles furnished cn short noliee. and at
low prices. Farmers l.mk our stock over, and
give our art!cb- a fair trial.
Irasburjdi, .bin. 4, lS7,t; l'y
imssfjipsic n. i:. ivoTicr.
i-jj s?Ae-'iy!j
SLT,SCl:li;i:i;s, t Pmierred Mock in the Con
necticnr tV l'anm;isic liivers l.'ailrr.u .1
hereby notified that the followin
have been made, viz.:
lu jier cent. Aprii 1. lsa,
i'y " Juw i, "
10 " sP,,t. 1, -rnvnieuts
mny be made at either of the fo"itw
i.ig Banks, viz : -Penple'a Ibmk, Bank of ( irleairt.
Bank of Lyndon, Passiimn.ic or liradfo'd Hanks,
or at the Treasurer's OHice No. 7, Merohanta'
Fzclisnge, llolc,u.
Per order of the Directors.
N. P. I.GVEP.IICG, Trtamrer.
Boston, J.m 24. 1M . 6 tf.
THE subscribers are es":ii fir S. & A. Dnw,
of Johnson, for the ! t,f cloths of tn.-ir
manufacture, Riiich the y will sell in exchange I r
cash or w.kiI.
Irasbnrfdi. Jan. 4, !.'.; It!
VAILS himself of the first i-'ic of tho Or
lean- Iit.ierx-intent , to n-niind his f iend-and
enstomers tlmt he tnav be fmit.d at home, re.nir
to turniih tlicm with hil the article. uuallv r.i'ieil
fir at a country stoic unionist which arc a lull
assort me lit nf
iii;aiv ?ii!n i.otiiig,
of latest styles and inaiiiif ictin-i.
D'Jine.tir C'it''.:isin till v i-,e-y.
I.subes' Dress Goii.is imtl 'I rirni'iiinjrs.
l.'iidions. I.acts, l.ni!,rtitfierr, &c
li iov. Hosiery, Eii in'..' Giiiters and Shons
A full assortment of Di v (iroceries, Oi.s, Bum
ing FiuMs, i.c.
iI.VSM. N !f:, tj:!.tiics
for Iirx.rs, Axes. Dry nnd P:-k!rl Fi-ti. Coar
and Fine Salt, I m.,'Sii; irs, M,:,ise.
Almost every kind ol prodin-p receded in c
change lor Guods. an;! Cash m:vkii n lu.ed.
:a.h jmii i o.s ri;ie..
T ii.'iul.lii'i for pi-t Uvun, a routiiimnce u s
Irasbwe'i. J.ul. 40. ls;C ltf
Indian Y7ar in Oregon!!
ri'HE SuS.-cr;i -r v.nni,! s: v to the iubabitan'a
J nf GLOVni and vi.-ii'ii'-,-. th-, be j i.n
re-civiug from BOSTON and KW YORK
an 11 !n:o-t en' o'e
New Stork of V.intfr fowls saitiiJ lo ih! j .Market;
Mtetinf?, ,Li,irttn'?. TUVtn$. ffrlU',ntjt CutVm tffui
!(. t'i-tnm f, !ttni:ti. t'lull f' iHti'rrmt
ittAti, Jur, frii''ifg, .htiit. ami ail
LiwUrf f A MIL y hJifC.l;j,,S.
A htr titiii i-jm'ii'ii'l i.t nf Tit b
Su.ii a 11 Alii. 'iK llK LA I XLS, OTTO MAS
a la 'ger I'.t .,f Pl:; I lii.m ..-an i, .,:pi i,f uny
store m the i-.,ut ,-, hm ! 11 a LEKS TUICT.
A great vaiieiy 01 tsUAWi.b. i'Uii GUCDi,
u r: a ii -.13 a ia: cloth i .j.
Hard- Ware, L'liuLs, Watches and
Ail tlie bLovh nr! ;(; Hf, (! tun. 13 mr fo rro
j lii:tl cull b Mtl.'h! in lhi T::tni(V.
j f 'tt ti int;h fri lire nil urr rejtfff! f
j mil h tin i14 t.r 1-n-Wi-rly t t .y V. . H.
"f '"
tt;-ttiui, Us liui'V to Wiit on nil who fnnr
i 1! .. NICHOLS.
I Glover, Jar.un.-y 10, lUt.'i-im.
j Farm for Sale in Albany.
j flint; (uUcrd er ofT-i-. for sale h F-irm in t!ie
1 t.jwti of Ali. ii.v, .,i.t,t.:. , swrentv rr,
i tarn'jrfive of wiiK-h u cwitl It has a Z 'x4'i
: Us it bum on it, aiwa a nrw in, ui.fii.i.lied. ll
j ishai e'y lo n. (..! water, and iitii4tel
I only five n.;i from iraaburau. tne eot of mr
; enunent,
I ki.m Part eftsh ijwn the remaii.iv 'xf
: er-d,t if de.ired. KoilKCX b. Ji;NE.
l(atlU'ch, Ajirl! 1, I'itf J:f
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