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from tbe State ; being sent to sea oft for
eign bound abips. The following persons have been ar rested and are awaiting their trial : TLos. 15. Cunningham, one. of the murderers of CoL WeymouHi of New Orleans; Thos. Mulloy, highwayman ; Bill Lewis, oaiiot box ituir ; Robert Lipsey and Philan der Bra es murderers. The following persons were notified to Ic&to before t' 20th: John Crowe, J. W. Bagley, Jas. Hennessey, Wm. Ham ilton, Wm. McGuire, James Casie, Ter- rcucc Kclley, and John Lawler. All arrests have been made without bloodshed, and chiefly without violence. The Vigilance Committee's Police nun ber some one thousand men armed with revolvers. The Committee have insued an address to the public, and also published their Constitution of Organization. Terrence Kelley, one of the men or dered leave, refused, and was taken into custody. Gen. Shcrmau had resigned his com mission as Major General of the State -troops of California, in consequence of he refusal of Gen. Wool to furnish them with arms and amuuition. Gov. Johns ton is highly incensed at the action of Wool. The State militia encamped near San Francisco, are said to number but few hundreds, and little fear of a collision was entertained. A Chinese camp was burned June 8. Loss $100,000. Miners are said to be doing a fine busi ness in all quarters. Mr. North, Marshal of San Francisco, had resigned his office. The grain crops of California were generally favorable. John Bowen, seaman of Boston, died on board the steamer Golden Gate, on her upward trip, in consequence of ill treatment from Farnsworth, the mate of the steamer. Farnsworth was arrested by the authorities of San Francisco. the Isthmus. Panama dates are to July 4. The gov ernment at Bogotaliad'got through evi dence touching the Panama riots, and come to the conclusion that the authori ties at Panama were guily. Tahrega, Governor of Panama, was to be super ceded, and would be sent to Bogota to be tried, together with other parties impli cated in the massacre. The sloop of war Cyanc was still lying at Sau Juan del Norte. There was a rumor from Costa Rica that Presideut Mora would be shot bv the insurgents. Two thousand troops which left Gua temala to invade Nicaragua had been prevented crossing the territory of San Salvador, the latter State being opposed to the invasion. It was reported that Walker intended soon to attack Costa Rica. His head quarters were at Virgin Bay. MASS COUNTY CONVENTION s The people of Orleans County without regard to nat political differences or di visions, who are opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, to the policy of the present Administration, to the ex tension of Slavery into the Territories, in favor of the admission of Kansas as a Free State, and of restricting the action of the Federal Government to the princi ples of Washington and Jefferson, are invited to meet in Convention at IRAS BURGH, AUGUST 13th, at 10 A.M., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Senator and County Officers, and the transaction of any other business deemed necessary. June 30, 1856. itija E. Cleveland, P. Baxter v ' Leont C. Carpenter, AL Mansfield, 0 iLNutUr, J. E. Dickermau, to J" Vinson, G. Worthington, A. Wright, -V. P. May, M E. White, II. II. Frost, tot J. M. Lord, J. Owen, .T.C.Stewart, John Drew, E. B. Gaskill, O. Burton, iw M. Carpenter, ' N. W. Bingham, J. P. SartW F. W. Kimball, V U. Simonds, J. Elkins, l C Cummings, M. Barnard, M.B. Kimball, N. West, A. B. Moore, J- M. Brighani, Sstf D. A. Bartlett, E. P. Goodall, s C S. Cutting, A. Gould, in se L. Kkgsbury, C. Morrill, I iufc : J. A. Badger, C. K. Clough, mis' . 't1' - Cushman, W. Tvrombly, .forf D. W. r.Uuicbard, J. T. Smith, ia 1. Kb.' .all, D.P.Walworth, ofiS B.F.Herbert, G. Boynton, 8 gC S. F. F reach, C. Cummings, J. II. Eellam, J. C. Dolloff, coin J'Jennc- L II. McClary, v ' W. Moon, S. Kellam, ,rize J.Bat$s, N. S. Tinker, on ik J. Colley, S. A. Sanborn, j Sii II. C. Wileou, J. A. Paddock, jjjo L. Delano, B. Moore, ; C. Brailey, E. Chamberlain, ,pf D. Cole, E.Jenne, D. Webster, C. Robinson, . S.G. Bean, S.W.Wyman, a $ A. A. Earle, WJ H. Rand, A.Williams, W. Verback, I.- Ioore, J. Morrill, ioD , 3. (J. Morril. 3d Ukw Yok, July 13. Washington eorreoon- deaceof the Herald. Judge Edwards will, on Monday, introduce into the Home a resolution of ewrruiry into the management and disposition of the money and other matters in connection wirh the Smithsonian Institute. It is suspected that frauds have been committed, which a rigid inves tigation may expose. More clerks have resigned in the Treasury ue- partmentin anticipation of the action of the Com- mittee of Investigation. Mr. Woodruff of Connecticut, iu Li speech tms evemns. said some tnings iaaiwemoujcvuu. to Mr. Brooks, and was called on by his friends to know whether he recognized the code ot honor. He informed his friends that he recognired no code but the laws of Connecticut and the laws of God. Receipts for the Standard, For the week ending July 18. Ruel Hurlburt, Glover, 31, R. E. Chamberlain, Jay, $1,25 Isaac Parker, Coventry, 1,25 John Harron, Newport, 31 Fletcher Jones, Lowell, 37 M. L. Newcomb, Derby, C2 Joseph Kidder, Irasburgh, 1,25 Tlio Markets. COBRECTED WEEKLY FROM THE N. E. FARMER. CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET. I Widxbsday, .Inly 12,1S56. At market 468 Cattle, Beeves and stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cows and Calves, yearlings, two ana tnree years oiu. Knees Market itseet txtra s,2-ae.oo 1st quality, S,OOa0,CT0; 2d quality, S7,50a7,75; quality, $7,00: ordinary, ,6S0a0,0Q. 3d Hides 57,timu,uo per cwt. Tallow S7,50a8,00 per cwt. Pelts S,50a,7o each. OalfSkins 14 cts per lb. s Barrelling Cattle None. . Veal Calves $ 4, 5,8 a 9. 375 at market. Working Oxen None. Cows and Calves $36 to 62. Yearlings None. Two Years Old None. Three Years Old 834 to 68. Sheep and lambs 1379 at market. Extra, $8 to It). Bv lot S3. 25 to 4.50. Swine 1179 at market. Wholesale 6 1-2 6 3-4 per lb quick. BOSTON MARKET. Wholesale Prices. Jclt 12, 1356. FLOUR AND MEAL per bbl. Genesee 6 60 a 9 00 Ohio, common 6 00 a 6 37 Ohio extra 6 76 a 8 00 McaJ 3 73 a 3 25 GKA1N- -per bushel. Corn, Northern Corn, Southern, Yellow Corn, do. White Bye Oats, Northern Oats, Southern 3 a 0 65 67 a 69 65 a 67 90 a 95 40 a 42 40 a 00 40a 00 1 00 a 1 10 2 25 a 2 50 IS a 19 Oats, i-astern Barley White Beans HAY per ton. Eastern HOPS per lb, First sort, 1865 LUMBER. a 13 00 a 40 00 2 00 a 5 00 17 00 a 38 00 1 60 a 2 00 10 00 a 11 00 Boards, from Shingles Clapboards Laths Spruce Lumber POTATOES Common -per bbl. 50 a 75 1 25 Chenango 1 00 a PROVISIONS per bbl. Ceef 12 00 a 15 Pork 17 50 a 23 50 Lard, per lb. 13 a 14 Butter, choice 17 a Butter, good 14 a Cheese 9 a SEED ner lb. 19 ia 11 Clover, Northern Clover, Western and Southern 16 a 12 a 17 13 Herd's Grass, per bushel 3 lied Top, Southern Red Top, Northern 1 TALLOW per li. American 00 a 3 25 80 a 90 25 a 0 00 10 a 11 7 a 7 1-2 American, rou; WOOL Domestic, per lb. Saxon and Merino fleece 63 a Full blood 45 a 1-2 and 3-4 blood 42 a Common 1-4 blood 33 a Palled, from extra to No. 2 50 a 63 50 45 38 18 LEATHER per lb. Philadelphia city 32 a 36 Do. Country " 30 a 32 Baltimore city 32 a 34 Do. dry hide 37 a 30 New York, light 23 a 26 Do. Heavy at)a 23 Boston slaughter 22 a 25 Calf skins, per lb HeUvy, curried 00 a 00 Light, do. 70 a 80 TTnitoca. States Foreign Patent Agency. lti Middle St., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. ELIIANAN W. SCOTT, Draftsmau, Practical and Theoretical Mechanic . for Fourteen Years. ritOCtJRES PATENTS In. this and all Foreign Countries where l atent Laws Extst. REFERENCES. The undersigned have for several years been acquainted with Mr. E. W. bcott, and state with pleasure that he is a gentle man ot unquestionable integrity, and knowledge iu lub uusmess m wn.cu ne is engageu. oewaii u. stacK, Mayor or Lowell. 1. W. Beard. Attorney at Law. and Assistant Treasurer U. S.. Boston. H. B. Smith, Manufacturer of Machinery. Low- Elisha Huntington, Ex Lieut Governor Mass., Lowell. U S. Rlcbarddoii. Attorney at Law, nd County Commissioner. A. R. Brown, Attorney at Law, and Director of uiv tv uniusic ranK. PATTERNS for Castings, and MODELS for jiacmnes, promptly manulactured. Slarch 6, 1858 iotf DIED. At North Troy, on the 9th insL, Mart Ann, wile . of James Kicker, ajjed 46 years. In Albany, on the 14th inst Laura B. Smith, aged 22 years. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. HABEISOX L. CHENEY'S ESTATE. rpU E Subscribers, having been appointed by the X Hon. Probate Court lor ttie District ol Or leans Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of HARRISON X. CHENEY late of Barton, in said district, represented in solvent, and the term of six months from the 25th day of June. 185, being allowed by aid Court to the creditors of said deceased, to ex hibit and prove their respective claims before us: GIVE NOTICE, that w Kill iltAtid tn tlm rim. vm oi our appointment at the office of Samuel A. Wiilard, iu bartrn ia said District, oo the 6th oi Mpiemberand November next, at one o'clock uj iuo aiiemoon, on each of said days. oAi.tL A. W1LLARD, AEK'M SMITH, Barton, July 3, 1866 29;wS I Comm'rs. HAIR Cutting done, and Rutors Honed bv WM. A. BAKER. DB. SCOTT would say to his friends and j patrons that he has concluded to remain tn Town. Residence at the West House. I DIGEST!" Such is the thus xeasisg of the word "PEPSIN," or of the two Greek words from which it is derived. This is the significant i and appropriate title of the TEUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, or GASTRIC JTJICE, prepared by Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON, of Philadelphia, from the fourth Stomach of the Ox, for the cure of Indigestion and Dyspepsia. It is Nature's own remedy for an unhealthy Stomach. No art of man can equal its curative powers. It renders UOOll fcAliAO perfectly consistent with HEALTH. rrp- See Advertisement in another column. Arcli Plates. ARCH Ash and Oven Mouths, Cooking Kanges, Farmers Boilers, Chain Pumps, iron and Copper Pumps. Lead Pipe, Iron Sinks, for sale cheap by H. CHAMBERL1N & Co. Barton, July, isoo. it COMMISSIOXERS' NOTICE. KALPIIJP. SKINNEE'S ESTATE. THE Subscribers having been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court for the District of Or leans, Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons. a 2ams t tne estate ot Kalpn r . samner, late ol Barton, in said district deceased, represented m solvent, and the term of six months troiu the 10th dav of Juiv, 1S5G, being allowed by said Court to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and Drove their respective claims before us : Oive notice tnat we will attend to tne duties oi our appointment at the dwelling-house of widow Mary Skinner, in Barton, in said District, on the second Mondays of September and January next, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, on eacii of said days. TIMOTHY LYMAN, Commissioners BENJAMIN HEATH, I Glover, July 3d, A. D. 1856. 25w3 STATE OF VERMONT, Oblkaxs District, ss. 4 T a Probate Court holden at Irasbureh. Jr- within and for said District, on the 8th dav or Julv, loot), Alexander Young of Greensboro' uuardian unto Martha liar, and Kobert car, minors, residing in Greensboro' aforesaid, presen ted his petition in writinz to Said Court, settine forth that his said wards and Mrs. Jean Spear of Greensboro, the mother of said wards were joint owners of certain real estate in Greensboro, to wit: Lot No 5 in the 12th ransje of lots in Greens boro', drawn to the original right of Lewis Tol man, always, excepting that part of said lot deeded toJxiring Green by Ezekiel Eastman. Said iand so jointly owned supposed to contain oo acres, together with the privileges and uppur tenances thereto belonging. And further setting lortn tjat said Jean is about to dispose of ber interest in said land, and that said estate cannot be divided without great injurv to his said wards and that it would conduce to their interest to sell the same, that the avails thereof may be pnt upon interest, and prays for license to sell the same. vv hereupon it is ordered that said petition be referred for hearing at a Probate Court to be holden at the Probate Office in Irasburgh on the 6th day -f, Augnst next, at 1 o'clock, P. M. It is further ordered that alt persons interested be noti fied thereot by publishing this order in the Orleans Independent Standard, three weeks sucoessivelv, the last o which publication to be previous to the time set for hearing, that tliev may appear ana snow cause, 11 any mey may nave, why the prayer oi me petitioner snouia not oe granted. . A true copy of record. f28w3 Attest, ai. UAKftiS 1EK, Judge, STATE OF VERMONT 0 RLE AS 3 DlSTKICT, SS. GEOEGE ALLEN'S ESTATE. AT a Probate Court holden at Irasburgh within and for said district on the 3d dav of July, 1856, Wilbur F. Hoyt, Administrator on . the estate of George Allen, late of Greensboro' in said district, deceased, intestate, filed his appli cation in writing setting forth that the real estate ot his decedent was at the time of his death and now is incumbered by mortgages to the amount of $210,50, and that there is not sufficient assets in his hands to pay the same, and prays the Court for license to sella part of the real estate to pay said incumbrances. Whereupon it is ordered that said petition be i' .j c i : i . i . , reicircu jui iieariuj aim oecisiou, at u rrooate Court to be holden at the Probate Office in Iras burgh, on the 6th day of Ausru9t next, at 10 o'clock A- M. It is further ordered that all per sons interested be notified hereof by the publica tion oi this order in the Orleans Independent Standard, printed at Irasburgh, three weeks suc cessively, the last of which publication to be before the time set for said hearing, that they may appear and show cause, if any they may nave, wny me prayer oi tue petitioner should not be granted. A true copy ot record. 28w3 Attest, M. CARPENTER, Judge. NOTICE. fj 'VHIS is to certiV that I have given mv 6on, A NOBLE KINNEY, his time durine the re mainder of his minority, and shall claim none of ms wages or pays any aeots ot nis contracting aiier mis uaie. nAJl.MtJ.ND JVIAritl. Potton, C. E., July 8, 1856. 29w3 LIBERATION NOTICE. I HEREBY certify that I have this day given my sonSI ARCELLUS HUNT, his time dur ing the rest of his minority; therefore shall claim none of his earnings or pay any debts of his con tracting alter tins date. AaihjU MUST, Troy, July 7, 1866. 28w3 HARBLE WORKS, r I THE subscribers, under the name and firm of A WINTER & WIIEEEEK. having opened a shop at Lyndon Corner lor the purposed working Marble, beg leave to gay to the public that they intend to keep constantly on hand a large aud well selected assortment of the best I ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, i which they are prepared to manut'acture-into GRAVESTONES & MONUMENTS in the bedt style and at satisfactory prices. We are also prepared to furnish marble tops for Tables, Wasn Mauds, and Counters. Aio, Crramte and Marble Posts, Freestone work, aud all other stone work usually done in similar establishments. We mean our work shall be equal to the 6est from a full supply of materials we mean to give our customers a good char.ee to select to suit their various wishes; and by doing our work well and at the low est living prices, we hope to receive and merit a liberal share of public patronage. U ah worK will oe delivered tree trom expense to cur customers. JOH. B. WINTER, IllliAM A. WHttLEE. Lyndon. June 6, 1856. 23tf S. I). KIMBALL of Barton is Airent for the above. Company. - DR. F. M. PERKY, . SURGICAL. AND MECHANICAL Dentist, BARTON, VT. NEW FIRM! rWIHE Subscribers havine pnrchaMid the Stock X of SAM'Li CHAMBEKXiIN & SON. and leased the shop recently occupied by them, would inform the public that the v have now on hand and will keep constantly a good assortment ot COOU,PAKLOK&BOX STOVES, Stove Pipe, Tin, Copper, and Japanned Ware, wooden vvare, tloliow VVaiv, l umps, Oven Ar ches, and Ash Mouths, &c, &c., all of which will be soid at low prices. All ainfls ot Job Work in their line done in a workmanlike manner, at reasonable rates. H. CHAMBEKLIK &Co. Barton Village, Jlay 1st, 1856. leniG PASSUMPSIC R. It. NOTICE. BSCKlbEHS to Pretcrred Stuck in the Con necUcut i: fassumpsic hi vers Railroad herebv notilied that the following assesuneats nave oeen maae, viz.: Id per cent. April 1, 1866, 10 " Juiv 1, " 10 " " Sept. 1, " Payments may be made at either of lite (uliow ing liiuiks.vii! .; People's Bank, Bank of Orleans, Bank of Lyndon, Passumpsic or Bradford Banks, or at the Treasurer's Otike Ko. T, Slerchants" Excuangc, Boston. Per order of the Directors P. LOVLH1NG, Tftsrt. Boalon, Ian 24. IiS 6-tf. THE subscriber has for Mia at ISLAND POND, a god assortment of and at very low prices. Flour per bbl. Codfish, smail, Codfish, large, Pollock, " Pork per bbl. Pork per lb. Lrd, Sugars, Box Raisin?, Kice, Saleratu Fine Salt. 7,S7 a7,T5 2,75 8,75 2.75 33,50 3, 00 l ie a 13c 12 1 2c 8c a 8 3 . 4c 12 1.2c 4 1.2c 6 1 2c 27c 65c Si,!7 rr ban. Turks Island. Ashton Salt for butU:r, Yonntr Hyson Tea, a ewl article, for 30c; an Will it pav for quite a tourney ; . e.-J. -..I.. hnnnrim? A. J. UntW. r . r. .. . . , fit Inland fond, jury a, laao- " BACH'S American Compound. rriHF. .nWrihers would respecuuuy asa me X attention of the People of Vermont, to the claims of BACH'S AMERICAN COMPOUND, nti ot the best preparations before the public for the relief and cure of the following complaints: Bronchitis. Ministers' Sore Throat, Cal omel. Aursina and Llcerated bore Mouths.Sore NipplesJIercnrial Taints Fever Sores, Scrofula, Ulceration of the Lungs and Stomach, all Aervous Complaints, female Weakness and Ir regularities, Fluor Albus, or Whites,) Coughs arising from an Irritated Throat, Piles, Weak Stomachs tn fact, in av case of WEAKNESS, INFLAMMATION, on IMPURE BLOOD, USE THIS REMEDY. In the city of Aubnrn, -where this medicine is prepared, and the Proprietors reside, a large list of the most reliable and respectable proofs of its efficacy have been furnished in iU favor, by the voluntary promptings ef those who have been re lieved aiid cured of long standing and extremely aggravated affections of the auove complaiuU, trom a gratetul aesire to spread its Knowledge, and promote the good of others who may be sim ilarly afiiicted. Its influence has been peculiarly happy in alt cases of Bronchiul and Throat affectum, from slight to Chrmic Inji(tmmatum and Ulctrationt. Also in some very marked cases of Female Weak ness and Irregularities, and many other com plaints enumerated above. We have also some strong cases ot this charac ter in onr own State, in which it has been used with vxmdtrful tucctst, where for years r sorts to many other remedies have failed "to afford relief. Its ingredients, among which ia a compound fluid extract of "BEECH DROPS," OR "CANCER ROOT," and composition are such as to render it perfect ly safe and harmless, requiring the exercise of no special care in regard to the habits ot the indi vidual, beyond that ordinarily necessary. From a personal knowledge of these facts, I do not hesitate to say to all who are in any way af flicted with Bodily Weakness, Debility, Inflam mation, Impure or Sluggish Blood, that BACH'S AMERICAN COMPOUND is recommended in the strongest assurance of Belief ami Cure. FRED. E. SMITH, Montpelier, Wholesale Agent for the State of Vermont. To whom all orders should be addressed. TO DRUGGISTS AND OTHER DEALERS, A CARD. tor the convenience of Druzgists and individ uals now using this Medicine in the State of Ver mont, a constant supply will be kept in the hands of our State Agent, FRED. E. SMITH, and all applications or orders will be promptly filled, on ute tame terms u trnen aaarettea to us. r. V. R. COVENTRY & CO , Proprietors, 82 Genesee St., Auburn, N. Y. CERTIFICATES. Important from Dr. E. W. Sabin, of Rochester. N.Y. December 1, 1855. This may certify that I have made a trial of "Bach's American Cohfoukd" in a case of severe Bronchial Affection, and a long standing irritation of the mucut coat of Ikt Alimentary track. ay tne use ot two Dottles ot tne aoove compound it is thought a permanent cure was affected, 1 have seen its wonderful effec s in a decided case of Scrofula Cbnttauptum, where the patient was tliougnt to De oeyoaa cure alter taking a lew bot tles of the American Compound is now thought to b9 out of danger, and neai la well. From what I have seen of the effect of the Compound, I should certainly recommend its use in such cases as above named. E. W. SABIa, M. D. Auburn, N. Y., June 10, 1855. We, the undersijrned, have received the formu la for preparing "Bach's American Compoumd," and as far as we have tested it, can recommend its general use as a tonic and alterative ilediciue, tO KEMOVB VITIATED BCMOIM OV THK B1XXJD, and peculiarly adapted to Females suffering from Leucorrhcea, ( Whites,) and to those whose con stitutions are enfeebled from Intermittent Fever. JOSEPH M. MORRIS, M. D., LANSINGH BRIUGS, 11. D., A. C. TABEB, JI. I). Hon. D L DODGE, of Auburn, N. Y.. and late member of our State Legislature, and one of the most accomplished f hysieians and Chemists of our country, after giving this medicine his per sonal observation, savs :-" it destined to tuner. tetle all liquid preparations for the cure of Chronic aueatet." Bach's Family Recipe Book is to be had eratis of all Agents you will there see cures of disea ses recorded and you are invited to communi cate witn any whose certiticates are g'veu, in order to prove them genuine. CAUTION. All the genuine medicine Leon the fac tittle of r. V. It. CUYr.aiKX & CO., on the outside wrapper. Principal Office and Depot, ii Gesksek St. Acburn, N. y. FliED. E. SMITH, General Agent for the State of Veruiont. For sale by C. C. KELLAM, Irasburgh, Vt. 25 G. W. BAXTER & CO., uiruitltKS ANI DEALERS iJi CK8CSERY, CMM ii'D CLASS WARE, Table Cutlery, Paper Hangings, Solar Stand and Hanging laimps, I luid Ijinips and t luid, SILVEE PLATED & BEITANI A WAEE Castors, Spoons, &c.,&c. Ko. 1. Leavenworth Block, College Street, Bi'mjuuTox, 't. JAMES HAMILTON'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, OaLfcANS DlSTKICT, ss. T N Probate court, holden at Irasburgh in aiid jl. ior said District, on tiieiiuin day ot June, A u. lt6, Jane Hamilton Administratrix on estate ot James Hamilton, late ef Trov. in said district, deceaeed, makes application to said court to extend the time heretofore anowed her to pay the debts due from said estate aud to render her administration account until some future dav: Whereupon, it is ordered bv said court that said application be heard at a Probate Court to be holden at the Inn ot Jos. Bates, Zd, in Derby, on the 21st day of July, 1656; and, it is further ordered, that notice be given to all persons con cerned, by the publication of this order in the Orleans Independent standard printed at li burgh, three weeks successively, before hearing. Attrne copy of record. 87w3 At est, JI. CAKPEXTEE, Judge. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. IKA JIEEBILL'S ESTATE. fflHE Subscriber having been appointed by t!ie a. Hon. r robate Court lor tne iiutriot of Oi leans. Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all cuums and demand of all persons, are! against the estate of Ira ilemlL lu of Barton. hi said district, deceased, represented insolvent. and the term of six months from the S5la day of April, lS&,-beiiig allowed by said Court to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before ns: Give notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwelling-house of Or rin Merrill in Barton ia said District, on the thitd Tuesday of August next, at tea o'clock in the forenoon. J. II. KdltALL, ' V. TAVLOK, j Commus toners. Bwtoo, Uy 10, A. P. 15 2ew3 1856! GOODS. 1856! GOOD GOODS ! m GOODS. AXD SO CHEAP TOO! ! ! A well filled Store 1 chanced to see, As I was passtnj; Coven-tree, I hied within, and took a seat. To view tLU Stoek of Goods complete WE HAVE Men's Coats and Pants of fabric rare, Cravats and Stocks that'll make you stare, Shirts and Collnrs, Neckties and Vests, Of New York style the very bes!.r Our Moleskin Hats, in style most rare, None can excel, and few com pare ; Beaver, Silk, Fur, in style the best. That well have proved to stand the test. Men's, Boys, CUildrens, of varied style. That are not surpassed in any jule ; Ladies Hats we have likewise. That till beholders with surprise. Carpet Bags, Trunks, and neat Valises, At fair and usual market prices ; Ladies Satchels, Umbrella neat. That in this country ca' be beat. Port-Monnaries, Gloves, rare and nice, And at a very moderate price. Why will you roam this world around. When here the best of Goods are found ? "VrE have been still a longtime, but have now f T mads arrancemeuU to receive New Uoods weekly throughout the season, so that we may always be advised as to tbe lowest Market Prices, and latest fashions in vogue. We would ttyctiuliy eall the attention of the Ladies to our New Stock of Uoods, which we have selected especially fwr them, among which are some entirely new olyles of Sun Shades, Fancy ParasoU, Fine Linen Cambric, Swiss Dotted Mastitis, Plain India Muslins, Book, Jaconet, and Nainsook Muslins, Checked, Corded, and fig ured; Plain and Checked Cambric, Ladies Linen and Cambric Ildkfs, French, Cambric, and Muslin Collars, Lace, Mus lin, and Cambric Ede and Insert ing, Florence, Pearl, Braid, Open, Gossa mer, and Plain Straw lionuiHs, lub bons, Flowers, Tabs, (astonish ingly beautiful,) Gloves, and Hosiery, Dress Trimmings.Prints, DeBages, Berage Delaine, Be rages, Lawns, Freiich Muslins, Black, Fancy, & Brocade Dress Silks, Silk, Crape and Cashmere Shawls, Heavy Cottons, Unbleached and Bleached Fine. READY MADE CLOTHING. To buy their Clothing now is the time, But where's the place to buy it ? I'm told it is at Walworth &; Wests I think I'll go and try it. Our neighbors don't begin to guess what we are doing m this line, iiats, Caps, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, throughout. Ladies Kid aud Cloth Gaiters, aud Jenny Lmd Boots. W. 1. GOODS & GROCERIES Flour. Salt, and Kails, Paints. Oils and Dve Stuffs Crockerv, Glass und Hardware, Tin Ware, Stoves and stove f ipe. sVALL PAPERS. We call particular attention to our stock of French and American Paper Huncinirs. Velvet and Gold, Marble, Wood Work, and Cornices Flam and rigured Curtains, comprising the lar gest aud best variety ever otVcred iu Northern Vermont. Those wishing to decorate their Walls with rich Hangings, neatlv aud cheaply, can do so oy calling on us, as we can piease every lancy and suit the most economical aim fastidious. We tender our thanks to our frieuus and pat rons for their liberal patronage heretofore. We still remember you ver, kindly, shall be happy to watt on you at anv time, wbelner to tne amount of a cent or a hundred dollars. WALWOnTd & WEST, Coventry, June 9, 185. tf War with Kansas. A Great Chance for New Settlers! NEBRASKA AS IT IS ! A H. LEIGHTON, Tin and Copper Smith t.t would respectfullv inform .1... .. of Craftsbury and vicintty, that he has taken the IIIB 1U11HUIU.I1LB shop one door north ol tbe Orleans House, where he will keep constantly on hand an assortment of Stamped and llollow "Ware, Parlor, Box and Cooking Stoves, slid all kinds ef tin, copper, brass, and sheet iron ware on hand, or manufactured to order From the very Best Materials, and at lower rates than can be bought at anv other shop iu Northern Veruiout. Cali and see. Orders from abroad promptly attended to. All kinds nf BARTER taken in exchange for GOOD. Crattsbury, Juno 10 24tf FEEKCH& ROBINSON, TAXERS AD CFItRSEICS, Gujvek, Yt. TV OL'LD say to their friends and patrons, that they are now prepared to execute all order for Tanning in manner tmturjmtttd by any firm in Kaw England. Green Hides wanted in exchange for CWi. Eemeniber tliat we pnv a MTTut wore lor Hides and bkiua timu uug vudy tit- bole and t'pper Leather, and Calf Skins, of a superior quality always on hand, aud for aale at tne lowest market price. Zo ly Old Books Deserve Good Binding. POWELL & BAKU TOULI reSpectfullT announce to tbccitixen I of Orleans County that they have pur cbased the well known BOOK KIDEKV, of S. B. Nichols, on Church bt., Burlington, where tbey will be ready to answer all order in their line of business. After having had long expert, eix a in the business, tliey fed contiiiant that tbey can do work in a style not urpaed this aide of New York. liLAMiL BOOKS made to order snd Bound iu a style that cannot be excelled la this section of tin cooutrv. BtU Heads fcuied at abort notice, and all km U of Baling done tn s manner that will not fad to iKiit customer. All buxtnes entrusted tu our ear will beaccornnhed and sent to any part of the country by bwe or other conveyance. It will be reti,eroierel that this etabiishnieut ha a PAGING MACHINE, far PAGING BLA.SK BOOKS tin' onlv one in the 6uiU). NewauxLer and ail ktnd of Printed Book bound , from tle iar get I Bible dowa to a common 1'nnier, in GUr AXD FAJTCY EDGES.) B. B. KICHOXiS. the firmer proprietor, i auihoriieed lo reoeiv ofer Utt tt, aud mii work ! orderefl by him will be promptly attended to. j Burlington, Vi,, June to, -ii ly . dooiis, ! tl ASH and Blind for sale L v iO L M. McCLABIf. TOU TEXNY&CO. RAILROAD HALL. IUYMAKKET SQUARE, BOSTON, Have now in Stnrx, and wii! be coivtnl!v miv i&g thrni;rhut the , fr.m ttwi principal and b""t manufscturfr in Kneland and Arafn,wrT dewriptwn f W UJk. J.". JLl -- Desirnb'e ft furiM.h-.os Hteis Dwelling and Ships, eml-rftcmg Velvet Tapestry, Brussels Tapestry, BRUSSELS. TEREE-FIA W KIEDEHMINSTra. Painted Carpel, liockir,rs )iattns. Rn?S Ac, coropriiiii Iverv !nr ,m trw nt, d of which will b soi l at the lowest market price. t Ini3 MISS II. E. UA1.XS, MtLI.INVK AND DRF.SS M AKFR Hovinf procoivH the 1 Kh'w. and a clioio selwtu) of MH.I.IXKKY tiOOl'S. inform It- ladies oi IWirton Landing and ririnity, that !' orticrser.!mf,t tnHr w?ii bp excutii tti a .V.'.4 7" and HA TiM-'ACTVN i' manner. Kootns at J. BarWu Landing, Maj' 13, Jtf SNOW .S: T1I03IPS0X, AVHOLKSALE AXU RETAIL BAKERS AND f OXFECTIONEtS, And dealer in ail kinds of Plain and Taney Cake, !'ntrn., L-.' tVnin", Jellir, Ike , 112, nearly opi'ite the li tMi, Church St., JiCHUMiTuSi, Vt. Onlrn for Balls, Fairs, ttl:in? Partirs, nd ottier parties. aAiouns, sum i i and despatch. Catalopues ol our ruanulact urw ... r- t e - iTtl.l 1 it-iit free to all who wilt onh-r thetn In eoniietion with our Bakery and Con fee- tiouary bioiv. we have titled up it nasr ci.as j ICE CHL.IM AXD HAT1SO SALOON, Whom stnniftrrs and tmvuler will findatult1 hours of the day and evenine. choice variety of cakes, pastries. Ice creams, and nnuiy oMici Uiiugi nerved to tlietr t:uto. D. NoW, H. TliOiil'aON. BuniiiKlon, June a", lSSii 2fi ly C. & P. E. Railroad. THE Stockholders of the Connecticut and Pa sumpaic liivers Kailnwd ConipMtiy are heie bv notitiod that their annual meetii ft will be held t tbe St. Johnttiury Uutue, in M- Juu.Lury, on Thursday tho T WENTTFO US Til DA Y of JUL 7 next, at five o'clock, P. JI.,tn thoof a,borl ol Directors, and to take into consideration the li- uidatmn of the bonds ot the coinpanv, anl also to limiting the time allowing Stockbo.ilers to pre fer their old stock. E. OLEVLLAND, Clerk. Coventry, Juue 21, tsott Man LIBJ'RA TJOX SOTICE. millS mv eertifv that 1 hsve this dav relin. A qui.lieit to mv sou tiKOKUC W ASHItl KN, his time duri t tlie rfmnuider of his minorin ,ni shall claim none of In wages, nor pay any debts of his contnictiug aliur un Uh'c. I. I. w Ant'i;.v Witness, lUviu Dcbiji, Uk.nj. I'l'KIIWAY, CiafUbury, June 23, lhii. STATE OF VEHMOVI', Ol'.I.LAXH Dl.NTKlCT, SS. T a Probate Conrt holden at Irasbnruh, with- I in and iur suid District on tbe ltjiU day of June, A. D. lbuC, Forosina Ilodgkiu and A. w. Aiinia, joint executrix aud executor nf tbe hut Will and Testament of of JLUK UODliKIN.lata of Westtitld, deceased, tiled in suid court their petition in writing, setting forth that said deceas ed died seized of certain real estate not diiie I of by will, to wit : Lot number eight in the ninth range, and lots number five and seven iu the twelltn range ol lots in the town ol Jay. Also one hundred and twenty acres ot lot number sixty two in the first, and one hundred and twen ty acres of lot number eight iu the second divis. ion ot lots in the towu ot Westtiuld: and Hint it is necessury to sell the same for ibe purpose of paying tne debts and expenses o. udmiuisiniuuu on sntil decedent s estate. WUEKEUPON, it is ordered that all persons interested in said estate be notified that said peti tion will come under consideration at a Prolmte Court to be holden at the Pmbtite Office in Inut burgb, on the 83d day of July next, at I o'clock P. M., thtt they may appear nt said tune and place, and show cuii if any they may have why the praver of the petitioners should not be grant ed. It is further ordered that the Ibregoing ordor be published in the Oi leans Independent Standard, a paper pruned si lrastiurgti in this state, three weokn successively, the last of which publications shall be before the time set for hearing and decis ion on said petition. vtiwd M. CASPESTER. Judge. STATE OF VERMONT, Ont.tAss DisTKicr, aa. A T a I'rnbnte Court, holden at the Probate Sm- Olfice in Irasburgh, within mid fur said d trict, on the 2:V, rinv of jime, A. I), lbaft: AS INSTKl'MENT, iiiirportiiig to Ims the la-4 will and testament of JAPHF-T I'.i NHAM. Ute of Derby in suiU district, deceased, being present ed to the Court here bv Nutbnn S. lientinni, one of the executors therein named, fur probate! It is ordered by said Court, that all persons concerned therein be notified to appear at a erioii of in d Court to be boldeu at the li.n of .loncpb Uutns Sd ir. Derbv, on the 'ilstdav of Juiv, lt5U, and shew canse, if any they my have, aguinst the Probate ot said vv ill j lor which purpose, It is lurtlier or dered, that a cotiv of the record of this order be published three weeks successive! v in the Orleans Independent Standard, printed at Irasburgh, pre vious to said time appointed fur Itearmg. A true copy of record, 26w3 Attest, SI. CAKPEKTEK, Jude. ALBANY IIOTJir, BV DAVID IIEAIKDELE. ALB ANT, VT. Konnerly k-pt by II. H. Hol, is now oien for uie accotuinieiuiioti ot ttie ptitdic 1-ly JI. II. FttOST, M'ornry and fouustiior tl Law end Solicitor I. CIIASCEUV. cuvtaruv, vi. C. W. SCOTT, M. I)., HcmaropaUiic rbyskiaa ciiil Surgroa, IUA6141 ISt.tt, Vl.USKiNT. OJlice over Wurt'.iingbiu't Store. lit Mil. IIAItllLNGTON, PEK2IAKSHIP AND STEJS0GHAPHY. Post (.ifliie address, North Troy, Vt IlmT LU.CAIU'KNTi;il,M. llii'iiilIHI. i'iiiti4. ad M i:oro., nKKitr rr.xTKF., vt. Otl.ce at hi rtnlciice vu ljut Strwit. :t ELISIIA JKXNJi J3 XX US XI. 1 37 37' , DKRHT, - XfMMOXX. N. W. SCOTT, At.4r ruti Farmcri' Sotus! X'm Icuirsaet Uwms. Gcuvna, t. mr. k Mn.s. D. "i;"akkk7" HYBBOPATHIC PHYSICIASS. OuKit, Vr. Sfely jo jin nrLiiAyx7iu) iii.pt xv Mii iim, wthr tiiAKj,tijr., vtestv.M. mixJ Tltuin lek, ff ormerly f i'te!ir, Vtl ti XiitMosr fist-Li, - - Uo.fox.i tr li. Wi.-L in &-iti'UiAi iib ii, jra'ttr -lir.'liutst 4 tMirrcv, rtinue to ie .J ! , wuu P. xmtsiumttBl a i' ,t, I ' I ji 1 MUSIC ST0HK, xixjxijfiaNrGTOir. L: S. RUST UAS cmr.i'iptt .0rtra..Ill f m;0i II,,,. .hai-.li, arM !( g.mis pmaliiing to faa branch of btl:nM. A itirxr aMruneut f j 11 4 NO roilTES l from the roaiiufHeioriMnfOhickerinit, Wumlwaid j & drown, and llrewufc Alien, whtn untrunwuu j are wtil ktwiwn tn te superior tu uy other i imtriatHcturoii in tins ct'uutry. i?i:itAiiuns &, iir,i.onr.ox.s i ' manufa'turt l.r Pi:iic& On., lUidnln. and Car- twrt & N-eiiliat, N. Y., as. siies aud paUvno, ry intrtiTiiiit wirr!itd. IVmbie Basa XinU, VMipcellns Tenor Viol. Violins. (iiutar, rint-. ClanoneU, haxhorns. Hti'e rrmlxme, AiVtriru. ,Vc. Itxhan, t.ernmii and English Strings, for Violn, and tiuiUr. rtf th bt quality, hows, Finger H-wpls, Tail I'ixp, IVtrs anrt' Itriiiges, Toning ritrkm, Taninc llanimem. Pitch 1 nl, Clanont Rw.1, letrnoon with ami without balls, Mimu. Stand., ilutible n tiiKd Iintti, Chm Ur r'iul. Blank Mimic Books and ilmiu I'upfr. Inslrao Uon Book., and Scale lor every lu.trument. s ii i: e t m i l c . Mre than tf .OrtO piece rnw on hand, and nrw piwM of Muic rwftived as soon as publiih ed. tilrn It.xik aud Church Jiuaic llooks of ev ery dci'rittM. "Mr U. ill seli aii articles a low as thoe of th swma ualitr can bo obtained in any citv, and liirl dtwount m n1tolpbr and th'o.e hi buy to nell nyiin. iimtehil lire liberal ni;e he has thu tar received, he ill siare ia etlwt to kip a omiiicta s,rtii'ut of ail arL-c!- u.uwilv kei-t in a Sla.tr Sun. and by etm !ant prrsonal attention to hi. bnsinaa. hone, tn i see in l,i new and eoinmmiiuu atore, all of lit i,S.I mix, nuu. ...... - - ......... ... - Iurliii);ttm, April la, is&a 11. THE PEOPLE'S ST01.K, 152 Clxviorola JSitroot. rTMiL subscrilwni have just cifwnod new 1 rich SiK-k of UooUs wlucb tiiey !.( at 1 lc aiid Ilctail, comurisiuit Hicb. Dress Sill;, Barajjes. Tissues, Lawns, Printa, EelaiiiB, Mohairs, Alapaocas. lorhbaiine, Silk Warpa. Cottons, Shectirr;s, GENTS llUMMUMi GOODS, AND YANKEE MOTION'S. JlerclmnU are renpectfu'ly ilinted to oiill aud examine our lioorl.. IIOTCIIKI5.S & JF-LLWOis. Burliugton, April 10, Iti4. lts-ly " hjatTpom is me Sir. A. "Go id moruiug. Sir B.. I wi,h to ). your team tivdsv." I u t ' . ir. i uhiik i sicnmuiodate tuu where do you wish to go with tl?" Mr. A "I am going to laud Pond hi tmi). ; Mr. C. told me yestenlay that he could s.iv fH twenty-five per ceut. by purchiiiiuji hi noces. ries there." Mr. IJ. " Well. sir. I am verv u'.t -nu i,.l.t .... I will go with yon, I alwavs biiy a year's stock at a time." TUE PliOrRlETOM OF Tllfc PEOPLE'S ST0PE rilAKE pleanre Iu saying that they bare m A ceived a cull from both the above uitined gun tlemon, and, that after supplying their every waut we seni inein .wny refm-mir. Our BUY QQODS DZPAltTMENT nn seuts oue of the best, and most exleusiva aMirt. uient ever ottered m this part of the Stale. Our stock consists in part of .ngiih, r rmich, and American Prints ; tiiiichanis; Lyoueaej Thibet ; Alpaucas, De (leges; De I-ames; all ttol do; Illattk Silks, plain aud ligurd: Oilnrad do; bliawis liny btale, Mk aud Cashnieiej Muslins; Laces; kJjjiuirs; 1c, Ac 111 fact you enn call fur nothing in tin. line h. what w ill be found here, and of a superior ouality t inie KoriDief! Ol I ndie Kid, Cent. Calf. Gniterand JEi.W 1.1 ND ROOTS; I. G001IS & GBOtEBIES, vnn-MTrj , ia8 I1U HUTU WRrO, Flour f Salt i Nails; Dry aud Pickled Kih; HmU; Cups; Boots; Shoes; all kinds of Ready Made Clothing, everyiiung else Wat tue wants uT Uiao le quire. Our lactliUea are sucli that we are rueeWing; frum itoslon and New York.addaiouslo ourstock eerj (Aij.and to one ami all we would any " Otmt unit trt ue, and its will dti ou auvd t' UOItAKT, ilOWAL'D i CliAMUl.KI.AI.N. laland Pond. Vt , J-eb. 27, leliu. -tf. Ati'RHi'LTLILlL f II. EELLAM "TV hand, and will keev 7 " ""r '.' denerip t- -- Hon of Agricultural lui piemetit. consiHtie. in part, of Pli.w of variuu Patterns and uiao, yu : Double Jlifhgun, Faille, Six Sizti, Martins. ,' Sizrt, side urn, 2 sizts, Wwllry's. 3 SiieSt Sub-Suil, j , , Llyid One. Jlurtc, ! r V.im .Vraiien, t orn Siitlluni, II:i v Cutlet's, i:iil!ivstm. Churn, Cj.per Puriw, Walnut Ox i Lows, Ili nl' l.rnn -ui ('; ,ver ieeil. Grind blone lln.'icni?, bausngii Heat Cutters, Gnrdeii liuple i Rsin. !t;. j Any RrticV fni-ii.J,sil oh shrt notice, mid at I low prir.e. Karrner liHiit our stork orer, lie I i giv our nrtU l-n a fuir r.n. I yitsburyb, Jan. 4, Jtii lly AT Till: OLD STAND YKT! VAILS tmn-if" of tii firftt iu if ti Or futm.MTt timt It- may be fuml at bamf. rnkiv to luruiL tin in wii'it tu rUt ic tiuljy cmi ffT nt crtujfry atort nujjfigt vliich wo fuU 1SEADV .HAKE CXOrillfU. of Intent stylet aii manufactnrw. mnietir lxi;n jul) vnriety. I.e Ir t,.Mh, mtit 'J ri.rviiiuifl. hibbons, 1:k, l-.tobroi'ery, A'C. tio, iio-ry, lefties' l,ilera and Siiee4 A full nwrtmait of Iry Crocerie, On, Hun; ing I iuiu, for Ior, Axe. Ury and l'i-kld Kih, Cre ul ritie iil, le ttugart, MoIiumw. Ac. Ainjt errv kii,J of proliw e rweived iuri change lor G"Jod, Jd tmli Mtvt.ii refuted. CASH I'AIO 1 OK I I Its. 1 bitnkful fur put utvor, a Cot,tmuu.e i i" lieitrfl. ImbitliU. Jn. lh, lwjif j ftMlf. suiriiesr t oo bm,d and for ml a j I !' rMti'y of aceiMut Leady Wd Ct""hsn!. whir thf w.l! eU low a any one i In it cauuiy. Alfi, a h,-i rat eseortwent in ' lry ;, Cror;te. I'uia aud laiicy Ire Ouoiu. 4Ve.. Ve , mat tow. ist.l;uK V. uli I HI.SiiTO.N, Jr. A CO IftMhurgti, Jan. , nf WM. II. 1L.ND, i i: v v r v ii it 1 1 i . Ii;am Li.'.n, Vi. Altflitiy, I., Jua 30, 1M A An( ' -if r. V,i I '; lattAoce f'"r-r tt .