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u tA Mil Ma ad a tr.it ' hi? tras: it, It tidot Pond: ;Xni igola jve ik i of i dies k 1 Tow rf,Rs Lpon 5 nedk be -us as bee. for frc Wedas i jess ; pooi Mr. in ove'f Davkc U fiat! aven,B 1. rnals? t city' ,f tkS ofBsS xL EST- ' 1, the OS. rryisf day,33 in i 2th, 0 A1P re, ve- Convention of the Fremont and Dayton Americans. Met agreeably to appointment at Cov entry, at 2 o'clock P. M. The conven tion was called to order by Tho's James on Esq., F. W. Kimball, was elected Chairman and 31. L. Scott, Secretary. Several gentlemen who were upon the committee of the 13th inst- were called upon to give a report of the doings of that committee, which report showed that they were not agreed, that the ticket as reported to the convention was a minor ity report, that the majority of the com mitte reported in favor of Geo. Worthing ton, Jr. f- S n.itor. Reports were ree'd from ail p'.iris of the county, showing that the people were very indignant at the proceedings of that convention, and that they would not go for the ticket then nominated. Very excellent and spirited addresses were delivered by Rev. Mr. Le wis, and other distinguished gentlemen in the county. , On motion the following Preamble and resolution? were adopted by the convention. To the people of Orleans County whereas, for the purposa of uniting the opponents of the preseBt pro-slavery ad ministration in political action, the peo ple "of Orleans County, without regard to past political differences, met at Iras burgh on the 13th inst., and whearas, the basis to political action was to be hostility to slavery extension, a return to the great principles of "Washington and Jefferson, and the hearty support of Fre mont and Dayton the rallant standard bearers of freedom, and whereas, the Americans of the county went to that convention with honest hearts, intending in good faith to unite upon those princi pies, ready and anxious to sacrifice upon the holy altar of freedom, their prejudices and preferences, and in fact, everything but honor and principle, and whereas, ia opposition to solemn promises and plighted faith, they were met by old par ty wire-workers & professional politicians who declared an open and deadly hostility not only to American principles, but to Americans, and who by unwearied and ungenerous exertion and effort, succeed ed in disgusting and distracting the com mitte and convention, and in forcing a ticket upon them that the people silently, sorrowfully, and indignantly refused to endorse, nor on accouut of the unfitness of the nominees, but of the means by which they were nominated, and the spir it that was manifested in the nomination, and tekereas, the Hon. Geo. "Worthing ton, Jr. and the Hon. Durkee Cole, were discarded by silver-grey whigs, Pierce democrats, and men pledged to another nomination, in opposition to the almost 'tnanimous expression of the committee, and this not on account of any lack of confidence in their honesty or capacity, but on account of their former party re lations, and whereas, the nominations made were not supported by a majority of the committe, nor endorsed by a tenth part of the convention or the people of the county, and whereas, it is necessary that the friends of freedom should have a ticket upon which they can unite and elect, therefore, Resolved, That in the coming election we will support and elect to the respect ive offices the following good and true men: For Senator, HON. GEO. WORTI1INGTON, Ji: Of Irasburgh. For Assistant Judges, IIos. DUHKEE COLE, of Charleston. JOHN WALBIUDGE, of Albany. For States Attorney, J. P. SARTLE, of Barton. For Judge of Probate, MARSHAL CARPENTER, of Derby. For High Sheriff, " SI LAS G. BEAN, of Coventry. For High Bailiff, ALONZO BEMIS, of AWtinore. Resolved, That the resolutions adopt ed by the convention of the 13th inst., be adopted by this convention. Resolved, That our ticket be entitled i Fremont and Dayton American Ticket. Resolved, That the Secretary prepare copies of the proceedings of this conven tion, and request the Editors of each of the county papers to publish the same. Resolved, That a county committee be appointed consisting of six, to fill any vacancies that may occur in the ticket, and also to appoint town committe as they may see fit. H. Mans field, N. IV. Bingham, T. C. Miles, Dr. II, H. Carpenter, J. E. Dick erman, au-1 James Kcndle, were unani mously elected to serve as this committe. Moved to adjourn. The county was well represented; the convention acted with perfect harmony. A great deal of enthusiasm, and the most sanguine confidence in their ability to elect the ticket prevailed. 31. L. Scott, Sec'y. Coventry, August 19. iJJ" The New York papers mention a -current rejwt that Cornelius Vanderbuilt has purchased the New York Central Railroad, and will soon start a line steamers in connection with the road form an rpr-vfitioB route from that city i .foreign Kctus. Four Dajs Later from Europe. The" silk croo of France has turned I out so deficient that manufacturers have made contracts in foreign raw silks. This steamer brings exceeding little news. Saragossa surrendered to the Queen's troops under Gen. Dulee on Friday eve ning, 1st inst. The royal troops entered the city without opposition and disarmed the citizens. No definite particulars yet known, bu t the whole seems to have been effected without bloodshed. All Spain has now submitted to O'- Donnell. His future policy is not known, but it is reported that he is attempting to make up matters with the liberal party. r rora t ranee there is no news, ex cepting the return of Pelissier, who is made a Duke. It is rumored that the Emperor is suf fering from spinal disease. Italian affairs remain as unintelligible as ever. There are reports of a remonstrance to Sardinia made by France in favor of Austria. The Emperor of Austria and'King of Prussia arc having an interview at Top- litz. Denmark proposes to fortify the Sound, and it is said that Russia advises this. A fire and explosion at Salonica, Tur key, had caused great loss of life and property. The Governorship of Jamaica is of fered to Mr. Darling, Governor of New foundland. The weather had been very warm, SPAIN'. Saragossa has capitulated. The queen's troops took possession of the city without resistance. The National Guards and Militia were disbanded, and the Munci- pality changed. A new Ayuntismento and Provincial deputation has been named in Catalonia, and the variousbands of insurgents sought refuge in the mountains were dispersing rapidly. The following is the telegraphic dis patch by which the facts were made known : "San Sep.astiax, Aug. 2 5 P. M. Yesterdav, at noon, the troops of the Queen entered Saragossa without the slightest resistance, lue greatest tran quility reigns in the city. The National Guard has been disarmed, and the Ayun- tiamento and deputation have been changed." The Spanish Embassies published the same news at almost the same time. HORRIBLE MASSACRE AT BARCELONA. All the details that reach US Ot the Dro- r -,. , . .Alil i ii Annnn. . wrmwnrn I m ,1. a - I . . , s.v,ui.iS3 s,u.,wui iu icjiiciv-uuug iuc hiii- in"- as desnerate. and the onndnot. nf Tip 017 Queen s trooops after all resistance had , , . . ceased as ferocious in the .extreme. On the 24th, for instance, three days after the fighting had CCased in the citV, two battal ians of National Guards, arriving to the assistance of the citizens, were met in the plain by the Queen's cavalry, and every man of them cut to pieces. Seventeen individuals engaged in the insurrection at Barcelona have been shot. ! They are executed three by three. ITALY. A letter says that the Austrian gov- ernment is alarmed at the attitude Sar- uinia assumes lowarus 11 in naiy, ana has be";zed the French government to be";zed the French government represent to the latter that in order to preserve the tranquility of Europe, a change of its policy would be desirable. The French government has accordingly made a communication of a confidential character to Sardinia, hinting that she might assume a less hostile attitude and tone towards Austria, without lessoning the influence she exercises in Italy. The view which Sardinia will take of this monition, remains to be seen. The U. S. frizate Susouehana arrived at Gibraltar on the 23d uit, six days from Key West. She would leave in a day or two for Spezzia, touching at gome of the ports on the eastern coa.-t of Spain. tST Olive Clay, twenty-six years of age, committed suicide by drowning, in Farmingdale, Maine, a short time since. Ill health had made her temnora- rily insane. (3? There have been several deaths from yellow fever in Charleston; S. C. "I DIGEST!" Sicn is thj. TKta measisg of tha word "PEPSIN," or of the two Greek words from which it is derived. This is the significant and appropriate title of the TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, or GASTEIC JUICE, prepared by Dr. J S. HOUGHTON,of Philadelphia, from the fottrtt: Stomach of the Ox, for the cure of Indigestion and Dyspepsia, h.is Nature's own remedy for an unhealthy Stomach. Xo art of man can eqnai its curative powers. It renders GOOD EATING perfectly consistent with HEALTH. Advertisement in another column. MISS MART F. HOWARD. TEACH RK or Music e3 Froncli Boomi at Major B. Pimfi, Barton, Vt. of to to 100,000 TXSiiVft;? Corrected wkeki.t fromthb N. E. Farmer. CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET WEDt.Esr.ar, August 13, 1856. At market 689 Cattle, 600 Beeves and S9 trnrMi. consisting of orfcinff Oxen. Lovl end Calves, yearlings, two and three years old. I Pnnu M.i-L Itivf V-rrr. A 11(1 Prices Market Beef Extra 0,P0a8,p0; 1st quality, S7.00a7,50; 2d quality, $,600a6,50; 3d quality, $6.ou; ordinary, So. 00. Hides 7.ous7.ro per cwi. Tallow SS,POaS,50 per cwt. Pelts 537.a75, each. Calf Skins IS cUperlb. Barrelling Cattle None. Veal Calves $5,00 to 10. Working Oxen iVii to 2"0. Cows and Calves 530 to 62. Yearlings Nona. Two Years Old 518 to 36 Three Years Old S26 to 53 . ! Sheep and lambs 2"o at market. Extra, So to JO. Bv lot Sl,f7 to 8,50. Swine None. BOSTON MARKET. (Wholesale Prices. August 13, 1S56. FLOUR AND J1EAL per bbl. Gouesee 6 50 a 9 00 Ohio, common 6 50 a 6 75 Ohio extra 1 50 a &u ileal S 25 a 75 GRAIN per bushel. Com, Western, Corn, Yellow 68 a 7S a 68 a to a 4S a 00 a on a 70 74 69 90 49 00 00 tOrn, White live Oats, Northern t Oats, Southern Oats, Eastern Rariev 1 00 a 1 10 200 a 2 25 White Beans HAY per ton. Eastern 13 a 15 HOPS per lb. First sort, 1S55 8 a 9 40 00 5 00 38 OS t 75 11 00 00 0 00 Boards, from 13 00 a Shing'es 2 06 a Clapboards ' 17 00 a Laths 1 60 a Spruce Lumber 10 00 a POTATOES per bbl. Common 00 a Cheiiuiiijo 0 00 a PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef 9 00 a Pork 18 00 a 14 00 24 00 Lard, per lb. Butter, choice Butter, good 13 a 14 19 a 21 15 a 18 9 a 11 14 a 15 12 a 13 Cheese SEED-pcr lb. Clover, Northern Clover, Western and Southern Herd a Grass, per-pusbel 3 Ued Top, Southern Ked Top, Northern 1 37 a 8 60 SO a 90 25 a 0 00 TALLOW per lb. American 10 a 11 American, rough 7 a 8 WOOL Domestic, per lb. Saxon and Merino fleece 53 a 58 Full blood 47 a 51 1-2 and 3-4 blood 38 a 46 Common 1-4 blood 33 a 88 Palled, from extra to No. 2 50 a 22 LEATHER per lb. Philadelphia city 32 a 35 Do. Country 30 a 32 Baltimore city 33 a 34 Do. drv bide - 27 a 30 New York, light 23 a 26 Do. neavy 2f a 23 Boston slaughter 22 a 25 Calf skins , per lb Heavy, curried 00 a 00 Light, do. 70a SO VERMONT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. Notice of Assessment for 1856. TIIE Members of the VERMONT MUTUAL j. r lai' i.,i3LaAi,.b lujuia.) i are oereuy notified, that the following assessments have been made by the Directors on ull Notes in force on the following days, to wit: September 7, 1855, 1 4 of one per cent. December i, " 14"" January 19, 1S5G, 1 2 January March " April April May May 81, 1 4 ' 1 4 1 1 4 ' 1 4 1 4 1 3 4 1, 1?, 27, 5, 21, Makine 3 per cent, for the ycarendins Aueust 1. 18S6. Said per centace to e cast UP" tlle original amount of the premium nnr. ;tknnt r. r. . i 1 intuit, I CICI uj an , Cl.UUI -CtUClll .II1U 1..' . ... ' . to ne paia to tne irensurer, at hisomee in iJont- Pe'!.?r on or before the loth day of October, 1856 I 1 ne twenty ninth Annnal Kenort nr the C;oin wi!1 e published early in September, and forwarded to the Members of the Company, to which they are referred for a lull statement o"f the ftfflK- of the Hepresentative elect to the legislature, a I from each respectively; and thev are particularly aesirea to see that the money tor then-assess-ment is forwarded to the Office in October. The assessments must be paid when due. A little attention to this on the part of the Members of the Company, will save them expense and trouble. J. T. THURSTON, Treasurer. Vt. Mutual Fire Ins, Co., 1 Treasurer's Office, Montpelier, Aug. 8, 1856. J Tne publishers of each weekly newspaper within this State are requested to insert the above notice three weefcs successively in their respec tive papers and forward their bills for payment. kjBATS'BHY riinE FALL TERM of this Institution will A commence on Monday Sept. 8th, uuder the charge of S. GREEK, Principal. Mr. Green is a member of the Senior Class of the University of Vermont, and is recommended as a thorough scholar and successful teacher. Competent teachers are engaged to instruct in Music, Painting and Drawing, and French. Tuition, as heretofore. JAMES A. PADDOCK, for Ex. Com. Craftsbury, Aug. 19th, 18S6. STATE OF VERMONT, OKLEAN8 COOTT 88. At a Probate Court bolden at Irasburgh, within and for said dis'rict, on the 16th day of August, lHhS, HENRY CUTLER, admiuinistrator of the estate of Ralph P. Skinner late of Barton.deceased ntestate filed said Court bis petition in wntmsr. setting forth that the personal proerty belonging to said estate and charges of Administration there on, and praving lor license to sell a portion of the ! real estate for that purpose, being ithe easterly part of lots No. 157 and lbOin the town of lras- bnri;h, containing 110 acres more or less tosetner 'li tho privileges and appurtenances thereto b'ljnging. W hereupon it is ordered that all preter.t inter ested in said eotate be notified, that they may ap pear oeiore me r rooaie uiun at a session inereot to be holden at the Piobate office in, Irasburgh, ou the 16th day of S'pMrober next, and show cause it any ttiey may have, why tne authority prated for should not be granted; for which pur poe it is oraereo tnat a eoi,v ol tins record be published in the Orleans Independent Standard, a paper printed at irasburgh tnree weeks success ively,the last of which publication shall be U-.lore the day set for neariug. Given under my Rand, at Irasburgh, this lCih day of August, 1856. L34. M. CARPENTER, Judge. DERBY ACADEMY. THE FALL TERM of this Institution will com mence on Monday, Sept, eth, and continue tteven wee s. lEBFsIlL i. KILL, Principal. Mk. JANE S. HII.U Preeeptmss. Sirs. MATILDA C. J EN N E, Teaclier of French . Drawing, Painting, Neediewori, a;.d V,ax Floers. J. P. SiilTH, Teacher of Penmanship Instructbiis in Music will be given by a compe, tent and ei perienced Teacher. TUITION, from $3,00 to $4,50. Drawing and Painting ( Monochromatic.Polvchro matie, and Water Colors,) from Sl.oo to 3,00. Mnsic. and use of Instrument, S.tO. Penmanship, eatta, 7. Board can be obtained (or SI.7S per wi-ii. Rooms may be obtained for Uiose wisbine to board themselves. For further particulars apply to t. .leinjc,.J..t:ii linker, A. Ives, nr (tie rrin.p&!. 83 M. 'A lll'EX'I tU, Rc PEOPLE'S. .'ACADEMY, JJorrisviHr, Lamoille County, VU BOARD OF INSTRUCTION: Chas. H. Heath, A. B., Principal, A. J t.LANCHAKI. Assistant. Miss IRENE A. HEATH, Teacher of English Branches. Mrs. A. J. BLANCH ABD, Teacher of Music Miss CLARA HASKELL, Teacher of French, Drawing and Painting. Air. J. W. SWASEY, Teacher of Penmanship. flHIS ACA1EMY, pleasantly and ronvenient I Iv located, has been in successful operation since "lf47, and recently ha much increased its patronage over former year. It i divided into two department, in each of which a regular course of study has been instituted; and all who go through with either and pns sntislactnTy ex- amuiatton may receive a aipinma umier the up. natuie of the i'rincipiil and Officers of the Cor poration. CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT. In th:s, students arc required to attend to His- torv. Ancient Geography, Latin and Greek, or French Gmmmar.and to read in course the Latin and Greek Headers, Nepos, Virgil, Casnr, Sllnt. Cicero, Xenophon s Anabasis, Homer's lliiad. Geometry ana Algelira. Compositions and iiecwniatioi.s are required once in two weeks during the course. SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. It is the purpose of the Trusts to make this course of stuMv correspond in most res:.cts to that of the scientific and agricuitunil scivmis in various parts of the countrv. Arithmetic, En- clish Grammar, fnitcd States Eistory, Constitu tion ot tue tinted states, Ai'ira, Geometry, nnrveymg. natural I nuosnpny. ueoiogy, jnein iftrv. Agricultural ChemUtrv, Iok Keeping, and the t heory and Practice of Teaching, will be ta ken up, each in order. Lompoiitions ana Uecla. matiinis once in two weeks. Those who prefer, can take any branches of study which they choose to pursue, as heretofore m tins Academy. But we earnestly urge upon both parent and pupil to consider the advantages of a rtgular course. LIBRARY. A Library has been formed, comprising 400 vol tunes, and is free to students. Constant additions are being made from time to time. , APPARATUS, &C. Our Apparatus is in every respect qual, and in many respects superior to any in Northern Ver mont. It is peculiarly adapted to the wants of an Ac.id. my, and will ' be iu constant te. We claim this as one of the marked advantages which we possess over sister Institutions. We have a full set of Cutter's PhysMogical Mans, Maps of the World, a Terrestrial ani a Ce lestial Globe, &o- BOARD, ROOMS, &C. The Trustees have made extensive anange ments for boarding students, at the lowest rates, viz: $1,50 to Sl,75 per week, including very thiiig except lights. They have aiso provided ample accommodations tor such as may wish to board themselves; a course much pursued at this school. TERMS, EXPENSES, ScC. The Academic tvear ie divided into four terms of eleven weeks each. Fall Term will commence Thursday, September 4. Tuition, for common English branches, will be $300 per Term. Fifty cents extra will be charged for each higher Eng- nsu brancn sruuiea. Latin and Greek, S4,so: French, $2,00. Music (Piano) $8.00; (oliani $6,00. A small charge will be made for use of instrument. PUBLIC CONVEYANCE. Stages leave Waterbury for Morrisville each day on arrival of the cars from the South; Mont peiier on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Stages from the North and 'est every other dav; "from the West on Monday, and Xortn on Tuesday. Finally we take pleasure in saying that we have no hesitation in recommending the People's academy to the public, and we hope to see it prosper as well during the coming as it has du ring tne past year. HORACE POWERS, LORES BUNDY, B. L HAND, Prudenii il Committee. Morrisville, August 10, 1856 lw3 Orleans County GRAMMAR SCHOOL. fVHK PAI.L TERM of eleven weeks will com X mence September loih, under the supervision of the following Instructors: ANDREW J. HYDE, Principal. X VRCISSA R, BUXTON. Preceptress. CYNTHIA TRULL, Teacherof Music & French MARY J. ADDISON, Teacherof Drawing. TUITION the same as at similar Schools. Self Boarders can find good accomodations in the Boarding House. Board in private Familieu including lights and fuel, Sl,50 per week. T. C. STEWART, Secretary. Brownington, July 28, 1856. 32;3w. uiim men school 1 THE F.4 LL TEK5I commences Monday, September bih, and clones Friday. Nov. 21st. This School is located in a pleasant village. Building new, large and commodious. It will be the especial aim of the Preceptor to give thorough instruction in the solid branches, w hile superior facilities will be afforded those desirous of attend in" drawing. , Board and Room- can be had on reasonable Terms. BATES OF TU1TX0X. Primary Branches, 2 00 Common English, per term, 2 60 Higher, 8 00 Latin and Greek, 4 00 Other Branches as low as'at other Schools in the vicinity- ASA WHITNEY, Principal. Applications may be made to Rev. H. Hovey, or VY uliam a. .lonnslon, Aloany, t, August, 1856. " 32: 3w. B Al. RE ACADEMY. The Fall Term will bean on Thnrsdaj-, Ac:. !8. Xy Board, iticludiug Room, Fuelatul Wtuliiitg, f l,t7 per tcteK. Extract from the Pkpobt or the Exam ixixg Committee. " We found the two prime conditions of a good school, viz: order and tltor- ouyhnes of iiutnu tion, most happily combined in its administration. Perfect order and decorum prevailed without any apparent exercise ot autnonty on the part of the Principal or his associates. This could have resulted onlv from title and titorounh discipline. The exiimini tior.jwas no ttaijt .performance, for the sake of ellect, but rtjid and Uiorougfi, so as to bring out tne true standing ol tho scliolar, be it higu or tew, and we are happy tossy that, as a whole, it was well sustained It is manifestly the purpose of the teacher to make genuine ratber than fast and showy scholars. w w m m w We cheerfully say that it is one ot tha excellent schools in our Slate, and worthy the patronage of the friends of timml karnivij, and we are happy to know that it is receiving this in a )an?e dosme " Apply fa information tcr J. S- SPAULDIXG, Pr.ixcirAc. Barre, July 29, 185S. 32:4w. onTsrevisrs ISAAC F. PARSER. A. S., Priiiripal. Mrs. SARAH A. PAP.KF.U. Teacher f French. Miss ELISABETH M. EKEWSTER, Assistant and Teacher of Drawing. Miss LOKAKE it. fcJllTH. Teacherof Music. E- HAKKl.MiTUN, leacber ot Penmanship. Tuition and incident I from I?, 10 tn 84,10. Penciling, French, and Penmanship, each, l.Oo extra. Monochromatic, Polvrhromtie and Wae Colore, each 42,00 ea'ra. " ilusio, eatra tse of Instrument, 8 t Ixierd can beobmit.cd f-ir SI S per week, in cluding eyerytbire, or for 1,,J r we;k. If StuiUfiits ft n their osii wwd and lilita. Uoona can be obtaim.4 ly those dn-inng to brrd them selves. H. MCLLLLAN. b y. Clover, Vt., July Soth, il-iw. fi'iiE rtix Tt:nn 'i iitifoe, 1 in U.e ii.eof ii'ffUi I roy, will bgia Tues day tl.e 26th of Aupust, and cimtiiiue 11 weeks. MOSES F. VAKNEV. Principal. F for Tui tm, ,00 to t,M, according to Studies. Hoard in families ae cheap as elsewhere. ti, WAIiD.for Feutlr Conmit'ee. Ji'.fh T v, hi' j 31, 1-Vi. ti ! con.niMoi:itv notice. MARTIN WHITE'S ESTATE. f lRF. Surr behaY!ri bn arVMnd bv the 1 Him. Pro. ! Court Uit trie lii.trict of Oi- leana. Cotuui'Mhwer. o rrriv. eaamine. and a.'iu.t all Claims and tinndn of alt jMron, against the estate of Mirtio White, Jateof Cratts- bunr in said district, deceased, represented in'lv ent, and the term of six month from the Hh dav of July, is;, being allowed by said C-oort to the creditors of said decease.!, to exhibit and prova lhair respective claims before us: Give notice, that we wiil rtten.l to the dn!ie of onr appointment at the dwe;!mg-hon ol Widow VAit h't", in Craft-bury, in aai.t Dw tr'ct, on the 3rd We 'desdut of ti-!ober and Jan uary next, at on o'clock in the afternoon, on each ot :nd inn JOSEPH SCOTT. ) I- 1 . J. H SriNGS, C. ommissioners. WM. KOWILL. 1 Cmfubnry.July lth. A D. 1M. S2:Sr. MiBimY EESHHAHY. Anil Female fo'kriatf Institute. REV. C. W. CTJSntNO. A. 11 , Prmripal. Fall Term of 14 w-k w ill twirn Aug. 21. IS5S. Fall Term of 14 wet k will end Nov. li. Winter Term of 14 weeks will bejjin Dec. 4, 1S56. fM!E Academic j ear is divided into three Terms 1 of 14 weeks encli ; affording time to accom plish Text-boi'k thmvaihiy. The strictest atientiuu will be pa hi to young men fitting fir College Thecourne in the FKMAI.E DEPARTMENT is as thorough a that in the best Female Colleges, Special facilities in French, w hich i taught by an educated and experienced native Teacher in 0r(T7Wfa HrnHvhrt w hich nre under the care of an accomplished Artist in Vocal and Itistrumeu tal Music. The location, for beauty, healtlifulness and ac cessibility, is nnvirpse.l. Address the Principal f.r furtl.er particulars. lMtF.XTlsS KNIGHT, Sec. Xewbury, VL, July 15, lsvtt SOtf Great Excitement! rjHE subscriber 1ms for sale at A POND, a eoi assortment of IFLAND I j C3-XI.OCI3XLII3S3, ami at very low prices. Flour per bbl. f7.37 a 2.75 Codfish, small, 2 Cndfi-h, large, 3 75 Pollock, ' 2.75 Pork per bbl. . 22,f.o a 2S.00 Pork per lb. 12ea 13c Lard, " 12 1 2c Sugars, 8c a S.4c Box Kaisius, 12 1.2c Kice, 4 1.2c Saleratus, 6 1 2e Fine Salt, 27c Turks Island, C5e Ashton Suit for butter, $2, per bag. Young Hyson Tea, a good article, for 30c; an extra one for 42c ; best, 60c. Will it par for quite a joumev for Goods at the above prices"? A. J. GREEN. Iland Pond, July 2, 1E56. 27tf MARBLE WORKS. f HF. subscribers, under the name and firm of A WI.TKH WIIL'ELCK, having opened a shop at Lyndon Comer tor the purpose 01 working Marble, beg leave to any to the public that they intend to keep constantly on hand a large and well selected assortment of the best ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE. which they are prepared to manufacture into Git A VESTO.XES & MOXITM EXTS in the bedt style and at satisfactory prices. We are also prepared to furnish marble tops for Tables, Wash Stands, and Counters. Also, Granite and Marble Posts, Freestone work, and all other stone work usually done in similar establishments. We mean our work shall be equal to the bett from a full supply of materials we mean to eive our customers a goodchar.ee to select to suit their various wishes; and by doing our work well and at the lowest living prices, we hope toreceiveand merit a liberal share of public patronage. All work will be delivered freo from expense to our customers. JOHN B. WINTF.R, HIRAM A. WHEELER. Lyndon, June 6, 1SS6. 23if S. D. KIMBALL of Barton is Agent for the above Company. STATE OF VEKMOAT, . Or.t.FASg DlSTHICT, BS. TO all persons concerned in the Estate of Will iam E. Paddock, late of Craftsbury, deceased, GREETING, Whereas, Lewis H. Delano, Admin istrator on the estate of said deceased, requests said Court to allow him the further tne of one year after the 16-h day of August, A. 1). 1W6. to may payment of '.Le debts and close the settlement of the estate. Therefore, you are hereby notified that aid ap plication will be beard at a session d' tin I'roi.aie Court to be h'T-i at Ir.'.-bnrnii 011 the 3 1 d-tv -f .tetuber next, at which time you may be Lear-.! in ii"e premises. And this order shall be published tim e weeks succe-siTelv in the Orleans lnilei.iident Standard newspaper, printed at Irasbiirpb in this State, the last of which publication shall be before tiie day assigned tor hearing as aforesaid. Given under mv hand at the Probate 'l.Tic". in Irasburgh this llih day of August, A. I) If 56. B3W3 M. LAtirr.. 1 tu, juage. MELODEONS, EHM, M., i p- Treat & Linsley, Makers. ( Successors to Goodman Jr Jiulducin.) NEW HAVEN, CONN. fMlE great superiority, excellence and popuhir i ity of these instrumt-iitft ! f und 1st. " In the ui KAiiiUTY of their m inufacture, and tasteful elegance oi thir form and finish. 2nd. (.'ahart's patent Flexible India rubber bellows, formed on the onlt Tlil'K principle for blowing reed instruments, not liable (as others) to crack and get out ol repair. 3rd. Quickness of utterance from perfection of the bellows. 4th. Richness, fullness and sweetness of tone. 6th. The perf.'ct adjustment of the swell, su as to produce variety of expression. 6th. Uniform ttrnntu of tone throughout, one not being full and the next weak. 7th. I he admirable perfection of their tune, being only attained by persons of nicest musical taste, aii'l King and tried expeneuca in tuning. f.b. The cue wilh which they aie bluwed and played. I he subscriber having songht the b"l intfr. tenU, has had no occasion to change hi agency ftir other manufactures, and they cost no mure than inferior instruments. Order or iutitiir.es promptly answered; ail instruments warranted for one vear. J. C EIXGHAM, Aij,ttt. Also, Dealer In Drugs and ilediciues in great variety. Su Johnsbury, August 5, 1WG. Nrw Hvr, Ju'y J. Ifja, Mtwt. Trtftt d" i .111 ii I have had numerous opportunities to r4npr the vanetMss of yoif ileloileons with lui of rubers by various ma kers, and I do not b'sdnte fo say that yours ue greatly superior Ui all others f erery Imp'Ttiiiit resrxict. lean cbcrfuiiy rccHuinK(id UietA to a t who wish fur firtt rlsss utrumeuls. Very tru.'v tmin, a.'s. wmryiftKE, 33mS Orjanisl at Trinity Cbufh. HOT GONE TO KANSAS, f H.L1AM A. CAKFIi would say to his irvui f and pairoos liHl he bs rvioove.l to l.vn- d., to tiie esternive and jmtly t Wbratwl (sub. lisboent of OlinrlcH Xlill, where may be found Large and more eumpVte aMsorneut of bri iluia can be .,ui.d at any oilier hjtise in the Mate. ptedje eurselve to sell kariteuM'e TWELVK I'KK CENT. LOWER than th, can be Uwtftl in Orleans tjii.y. We will eM-is thern in a Mat boa u4 trntut by i(re, sod s!.nul I the work and price ttut sort, tiy uy tie rrtiirrt' ! et our ripens. l.ytxtMi f'timt. Aua'rtt I I, t .'-';' 1 have made arraogn.,t. with Mr. 11.11 toeup- SILVEB PLATED & E KIT A SI A WAEE. p'y all Inyold euti,rs with barns.ses snd Mher I r- u s t. w-'.rk. at price. ..,aily as low a. the, b. Uen C..ts. !. , M. vm.limioi to fiod tln-m at my sf;ot,. We wi.I ' le yen worth HUmk. C..!U-r tri. ; r.Acirs American Compound. 'IM1E sntMcnheT W"!d retpecifuliy alt tb 1 attention of th People of Vermont, to th claim of BCfI S AMFKICAX COMrOVXP, At on ol the best prepsratinns hefure the pt.biic or Uio relief aad cure ot the 6f lowing omipinjiits: ilrmchiti. Min!$iers Sort Throat, d omrl, AKri"? and I'lctrattd Sore Ftrr Sirrt, S-rvfuht, l'!reratitn of tht l.ungt and Stmnrh. all .Verroui Lvmpl.nntt, it mat Wndnets ttnd lr- rnjuluritift, Fluor A'ltHt, (or M 'A !.) CttHyhs arising from an Irritated Threat, Pihi, Went Stfinnelam fiirt, in any rnt or' WF.AKNMS, )xtLAiM VTION. ..r IMPVKK iil.(Ml, I st I His KKMtl'Y. In the eity of Auburn. whei this medicine U prcnr, and the Pmprwttn resi.te, a large list of tbe niinl re!ialle s.,.l rr;,ectalile prxf. trf iu elScacy have been fnreibe.) n ,t fiimr. hv the voluntary p.mi.!lnl: ef those k!0 hve tra t. lieve.1 and cured ot Umg standing and ettremi-lv aszravatet ellcctiims of the alx-re c-mpisbibi, from a grateful desire to spn-ad it knoo -tige and pnmx.te the good of osuers who maybe un ilniiv atlhcted. Iu Influence h teen poruliarlv happy in all caw of Ai-fwrAri and 7iru.il afcrtumt, from lirht to Chnmir fa4itmmnti,n ant Vl, iTti.m. Aiso in some very marked fuse of Female Weak ness and Irregularities, ard many other com plaints enumerated above. W have also otm- strong cases ot this charac ter in our own Mate, ia which it has been u-,l with mcW,rW mrrtM, where for vears r sorts to many ottirr remedies hsve ta.led to afliwd relief. I's iiigre-iieuts, among which is a compound 11 ill', . I ni'i "BK.F.CH MiOPS," OR "CANCKn l!00r," !y safe and harmless, rcoinniiit the exerctse of no "are tn regard to tlie habits of the in tt- vidiinl, bevond lhat ordmarily necessary. i Yrt'm a personal knowledge of these facts, I d. I nut hesitate to say to ail who are ir. any way af- ; tbcTed with noddy Weakness, Debility, lutSam liia::on, imiure nr !nci n ilooi( timt BACU S AMERICAN COMPOVND is recommenced iu the strong-wt assurance of tuitrj ana iw FKKD. K. SMITH, Montpelier, Wholesale Agent for the State of Vermont To whom all orders should be addressed. TO DKl'CGISTS AND OTHER DF.ALF.KS, A ( AIM). For the convenience of Druggists and indivi 1 nals now using this Medicine in the State of Ver mont, a constant supply will be kept in the lian.ls of onr State AeMit, FRK1). E. SMITH, and all applications or orders will be promptly fiiled, on rnc "'e rerwis ns vnrn rifi'irtsstft to us. V. V. K. COVKS 1 UY & CO . Proprietor-, F2 Genesee St., Auburn, X. Y. 1EKTIFICATES. Important from Dr. E. W. Sabin, of Rochester. N. Y. Deoember I, IS.IV This may certify that I have male a tnal "Bacii' Amkriimx CoMHoi'jm" in a rase severe lSmn hial Ajettton, and a lone standing irritoiioa f tlie irm ms ro.,f of fkt AUmtnlaiy irat i. By the use of ta n bottle of the above Coin-oiiiid 11 is rnougiii a iermnien" cure was affected. have seen its wonderful efT.se a in a decided case of &crufuht Omtumlum, where the putisnt was thought to be btipmj i tirt after taking a few bot tles of the Amfi-icaa Otitmr-d is now thought to ' bv" of danger, and utility trtU. From what I have seen of the eflect of the Compound, I should certainly reonmmend its ie in sncn cases above named. E. W. SAI'.IN, M. D. Aufmrn. N. Y.. Jnne 10. 1S65. We, the nndersitned. have received the formu la for preparing "Bach's Amfiuc.. Compoind ana as far as we have tested it, can recommen. its general use as a tonic and alterative Medicine tO I KMOVR VITIATKK lH HOi:S Of TUB HtKM and peculiarly adapted to Females suffering from l-euconhuea, t nln'es.) ar.a to those whose tvv stitu'.iotis are enle-bic from Inlrrmiittnt r crrr. JOSEPH M. MOKKIS, M. l., LANSING II UKIGtiS, M. D., A C TABER, M. D. non. i l m;iM,r.,ot Atihurn, N. 1., at; late tnembcr of onr State Legislature, and one the most accomplished Physicians and Chemis of onr country, ner civmr fins nic.hciiie his ne onnl m.servHlion, says: ( is drilittd timiier. scoe oh vij'ttu prepuriifHms jor me turt of thru distant." Barb's Family Recipe Book is to be had grat oi an Ac-enis you win mere si-e cures ol die: ses recorded and you are invited to common cato with any whose certificates are given, i order to prove them genuine. Al'TIOr. All the genuine medicine I ears the f,ic '' of P V. li. COVEN Hi V & CO, on the otiuide wranjier. Piim-ipal Office and Depot, ?2 Grst.sna Sr. At nt-Rx, N. Y. FRED E. SMITH, General Agent f.-r the State of Vermont. For sale by C. C. K ELL AM, Irasburgh, Vt. 214 STATE OF VEHJIOVri Okt.KA.1H DlHTHICT, . VT a Proba'e Court, holden at the Prol.s to Office in lmsbi"::h, wilhin nd for said dis trict, on the 7?h Aav ,.f August, A. 1). IWt: AN INS I 'RUMEN I', purporting to be tl.e Ut will and tesfument ..f HORACE NEI.MI.N, late of Ciaftsbury in siii-! li-tnct, deceastl, bem ore sent."! to the Conn i ere ,y Nntimiiiel P. N. lw.i, the executor therein tmnird, for probate: It is rir.iere.l by S'lid Court, that all ersnis concerned therein be notified to appr at a s--ion of ss.d Court to le bolden at the Probate .Office, iu Irss burth on the Sdlyof S'fiteniber, I and he ennse. if oiv tney may have, n?ittnt the Probate of said Wiil j tor which purpose, it is further or dered, that a copy of the record of this order be published llure weks ucrsivlv In the irleuua Independent Sfunrtard, printed at IraibnreU, pre vifus t sitid time apiMiinted for bearing. A true copy of record, 3'23 Attest,' M. CARPENTER, Ju.tge. If. II. FROST, Al'orurj ami fotmsfllor ot Law imd Suliriter ix 'ii.txri:ttv. mvr.sTrr, vt. C. W. SCOTT, M. 1., Iliiiiucpalliie Pbystcian r.nJ Surcron, iittsurnGn, vtiKMojfT. CiUce over Worthtiigfon's Store. Itf MR. IIAIIRINGTON, i ttrMmn or PENMANSHIP AUD 8TEN0GRAPHY. Post tfli- aJdress. fi.irth Troy, t. Ilin7 II. U. CARPENTER, M. 1)., iiouoturAriiK- rnvsicnx am m it:i:o, irftisr kntrk, vt. Offii: at his residence on East Strwt. l!f j( ) UN 1 1. URAyxAiriV" DEI'I TV Mli:itlI I Wf T CHABI.HTU.V, VEftMOST. 4 D1L C. M. KUIJLKIi, (F'nri"sr!y of Jlontpeliw, Vl.) 212 TurvoT Stltit, - - Btos If, It. will, in eotmectloa with the prsrtK-e at S!.! i!.e r,. ur'-Ty, ronnus to rtre especial stt-ntie to tresruMtnt of dics of the Era end i Fab. Jiarch Ktf ' (i. W. r.AXTKIJ vV- CO. IMPUKIEttS ASI liEALEB If (l UUT. OliU lD WAIE, Isbls Cutlery. Pjir llsnjinipi, tKUr Md ! Ilai.cing lJtmf, t In 4 lj.mp S'wt nuia. I)K. V. M. J'ERRV, m iii.irti. am m. nti ai. UOUtlHt, i i ; nsussms, s T- 85G! GOODS. 1856! GOOD OOODrfl M'AV.tflflDS. 4XD 10 CHEAP TOO!!! well fillt Store 1 rl.ancotl to see A I w paoing Covn-trt, I lii 1 Willi in, and took um-:il. To view iliij Stotk of Goods complote. M E HAVE Men" Coats and PanU of fabric rsr. Cravats and St.a l. that'll make you start , inns nn.i vwinp.. eoktu-s ami V ests. Of New York style the rrrv best' s Our Xlulokin lints, in stylo most rare, Acme can cxchi, ami H'w compare ; lirarr, Silk, Kur, in atjle the ln',t. bat well have proved to eland the test. Men's, Buys, Children, of Taried style, tint are not tinrtsas.seil in any pile : I. miles Hut we have Kkewi-to, Thut fill beholders with urjrise. Carpet ray, Tnmks and neat Valist'5, t tair tend nunl market prices s Lndis' SatchcU, I'mlin-lhw neat. hat in this country can't be beat. rort-Monnaries, Gloves, rare and nice; And at a very moderate price. W hy will you roam tin world around, AVht n here the best of Goods are found ? WTE bay hern still a longtime, but hive now T ins.ie rnuisetnenis to receive New weekly tbrmi"bont the season, so that we my always be advised as to tl.e lowest Jt.arket Prices, and latest fashions in vogue. e wnrtu ttjvctiiUti eaU the attention of the' .adies to our Jve Stock of Goods, which we isvb srl.scted eiiccia!ly .r them, amons which are some entirely new s:vles of Sun Shades, Fancy Parasols, Fine Linert Cambric, Swiss Dotted Muslins, Plain India Muslins, Book, Jaconet, and Nainsook Mtilin. Checked, Corded, and fig ured; Plain and Checked Cambric, Iridic Linen and Cambric lldkts, French, Cambric, and MutJin Collars, Iaco, Mus lin, and Cambric Kdge and Insert- liiq-, i lorenee, l'earl, Jiraid. ()nen. Gossa-' liter, and Plain Straw Bonnets, Rib bons Flowers, Tabs, (astonish ingly beautiful,) Gloves, and Hosiery, Dress Trimmings, Prints, DeBitges, v Berago Delaine, Be rates, Iiwns, French Muslins, Black, Fancy, & Brocade Dress Silks, Silk, ('rape and Cashmere Shawls, Heavy Cottons, Unbleached and Bleached Fine.- 1IEAUV 1TIADE CEOTIII. To buy their Clothing now is the time, But where' the place to buy it ? I'm told it is at Walworth & Wests I think I'll go and try it. Our neiyhl-'irs don't begin to guess what we are doing in tins line lints. Caps, GEJJT3 FTJENISHING GOODS. throughout. Indies Kid and Cloth Uaiutrs, aud Jenny Lind lioots. W. I. GOODS & GROCERIES, Flour, Salt, and Nails, Paints, Oils and Dve Stuffs Crockery, (.; und Hardware, Tin Ware, Stoves and Stove Pipe. WALL rAI'EHS. We call part iciilur attention to our stock of French and American Paper Hanging. Velvet and (iohl, Marble, Wood Work, and Cornices. Plain an I Figured Curtnius, rnmprisiiig the lar gest and bet variety ever offered In Nor'herit errnont. I hose wuhing to dncerate thsir Wall with rich IlHiieines, neatly and cheanlv. can do o by culling on us, as we can pWsseerery fiincy no suit ttie most economical snl liisliillous. We tender our thanks to our friends and nat rons for their liberal patntonge heretofore. We till remember you ver. kindlv, shiill lie happy to wait on you at any time, whether to the amount of a cent or a huudre I dollars. rVALWORTi! & WFST. . Coventry, Jnne , 1 .'. tf SNOW & THOMPSON, WHOLE. SALE AND KETAIL BAIEBS AD COSFECTIONRS. And dealers In ail kinds of Plain and Fancy Cakes, I'mlries, lee Creams. .IWlie. A-r.. 1 12, nearly irj,w,it the IJAXK, Church St., lli lii.ixr.rot, Vr. Ortlors fur Balk Faint, Wrl Iibi; Paiiir, and oiber parties, S loons, &c, filled with care and despstcti. Catalogues of our manufactures sent free to all wlio will order them In coniie, tiii with our Bakery and Confec tionery htorr, we h.ire lilted up a riwsT (MM itc aiH.iu Axn katiso saloos. Where stmnpnrs and travelers will find at nil liour. of lite ddv and veiling, a choice variety of cakes, pastne., ice creams, and many other tiling served to tlitir Usle. 1. fcNOW, II. THOMPSON. CurUngtim, June 27, IS.', 18 ly MISS II. E. BAKNS, 'lIll.l.l.NEIt A.l UliF.SS MAKER llnving Am. pnn-nred the l.t?l Vhtfwi, aud a choira selection of MIU l.SrK OOUtJ.1, infiirms tlie lad'es of I'.nrtoit landing aiid ticinity, thivt all ordiieiitrtiin,l to her will be executed in a AA A V and HA 7 .'.'A A t TOM manner. Looms at J. I'sttsss Barton Undiiig, Mny IS, lrtntf t tIHE sabscribers are egenu S 5. & A. Dow,. 1 of Johnson, for the sale nf eMIis of tHir msmifeciure, wbif-U ttiy will sell ia eacbange for cash or wool. tlEuluiE WOHTHlNfiTON, Jr. & CO. Irssburgh, Jsa, t, IKVGJtf nni&i.onLsoNy- TAM;it AMI t X'ltltlElt, Umiiss, Vr. ' 0 I.I) say to their friends and patrons, that s tli'y are now prepared to execute all order, f Tatuuna In ifmunrr ummrmutd by any firm in Ncw Ei.,''i.'l. Orren links wanted in earhange lot link. Kememfier tliat we fiv e linn more L r Hides and bkine than j only U. Isole and 1'pper Leather, sad Calf Skim, of a superior q uslity alwavaoa band, aud tot sle at the kiwesl market price. Vtlf f Kst AKT ynarii Xsn to Peddle Tin, (iles. IU ry, and Ware. To coui- RK.ni a I? li..' M of Sejitember, tut which the bt - will ''' l' iMrthw particular, swuilre ttt . tAUtiK TT, Wlmrgh. WM. A tlK'W'S at CO. Warren, B. I , Jirty 1, 16. - isJt'Oll Ilo.tO. VHt H Arfisal Oven M.mtk., CooklDg Rang-i, Fsrrr tVr., Clutiii Patnps, Iro suxt tier Pumps, Lead Pipe, Iron h.nim f, tnit cWglr If. t IIAMfcLULIa It Co. tinriim, July, 'A. if WAGONS ! WAC0NS! A rantisfl aii tight, i. FAI'.v f ..! I . " '