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THE PASS OF DEATH. It was a naShr pas', Watered with human tears. For Death had kept the outer gate Almost six thousand Tears. And the ceaseless tread of a world's feet Was ever in my ears Thronging, josUicg. hurrying by. As h they were only born to die. A stately king drew near, This narrow path to tread. Around him hung a gorgeous robe, And a crown was on his head; But Death, with a look of withering scorn, Arretted him and said, In humbler dress must the king draw near, -For the crown and purple are useless here." Kext turn a man of wealth. And his eye was pioud and bold. And he bore in his hand a lengthy scroll, Telling of sms untold; Bat Death, whocareth not for rank, j Careth as little for gold " Here that scroll I cannot allow, For the gold of the richest is powerless now." Another followed fast, And a book was in his hand. Filled with the flashes ef burning thought That are k noww rn many a land ; Bat the child ef genins quailed to bear Death's pitiless demand, " Here that book cannot enter with thee, For the bright flash of genius is nothing to me." Nest came a maiden fair, With that eye so deeply bright, That stirs within you strange sweet care. Should you meet on a summer night ; Bat Death, ere the gentle maid passed thro", Snatched away fts light, " Beauty is my power in the world," be saith, But what can it do in the Tass of Death?" A youth of sickly mien Followed in thoughtful mood. Whose heart was filled with love to God And the early brotherhood; Death fe'.t he could not queiich the heart That lived for others' good, " I own," ened he, the power of love, I must Tel it pass to the realms above !" Correspondence. PRIDE. BT CHA.LE SWABf. Though Pride may show some nobleness, When Honor's its ally. Yet there is such a thing on earth As holding heads too high ! The sweetest bird builds near the ground, The loveliest Sower springs low, And we mast stoop for happiness. If we its worth would know. Like water that encrusts tke rose, Still hardening to its core. So Pride encases human hearts L'ntil they feel no more. Shut up within themselves they lire, And selfishly they end A life that never kindness did To kindred or to friend, Whilst virtue like the dew of heaven Upon the earth descends, And draws its bidden sweetness out The more as more it bends For there's a strength in lowliness Which nerves us to endure A heroism in distress. Which renders victory sure. The humblest being bora is great, If true to his degree His virtue illustrates his fate, Whatever that may be ! Then let us daily learn to love Simplicity and worths For not the eagle, but the dove Brought peace unto the earth. THE GATE OP SLEEP. The Beautiful Gate of Sleep is barred ! O Angel within! The panels of pearls with diamonds starred, Give back no sound to my feeble knock; I hare no key that will turn the lock! Haw long must I wait ? 0 evermore and forevermore Must I stand at the Beautiful Gate? My garments art thin my sandals worn! Sweet Angel within! How piercing the blast how sharp the thorn? The night is cheerless! the wind is wild! My bruised heart sobs like a pitiful child ! How long must I wait? 0 evermore and forevermore Must I stand at the Beautifnl Gate ? If I were a Queen I'd g've ray crown; O Angel within '. Or famed, I would lay my laurels down ; Or rich, I'd yield thee my treasured gold. For thy tweet shelter from rain and cold! How long must I wait? 0 evenaort and forevermore Would I pass through the Beautiful Gate! From the Home Journal. THE ATJROBA BOREALIS. T ALBERT LAIGHTOM. With strangest shapes to-night they haunt my braia A blaze of glory! Heaven's respondent fires'. A temple gleaming with a thousand spires, A sky of amber streaked with silver rain. A sea or light that laves shore of stars ; Contending armies mailed In armor bright; A golden puUetuIek bearing through the night; i dc gates oi Heaven swifU rolling, fiery carv A gauzy cartain, drawn by unseen hands, A burning prairie fringed with phantom fire, The vibrant chords of some gigantic lyre, JCight's gorgeoua drapery looped with starry bands- The flaming banner of the north unfurled; Emblazoned chariots ever skyward driven, God's finger writing in the book of heaves ; Tht mystery that dares a boasting world! 2" Sr James Mackintosh invited Dr. I arr to take a, drive in his gig. The horse became restive. "Gently, Jem my, nays the doctor, take care ; don't irritate him ; always soothe your horse, Jemmy. YouH do better without me. Let me down, Jemmy." Once on terra frma the doctor's view of the case was changed. u Jfow Jemmy, touch him up never let ft horse get the better of jou ; touch him up conquer him don't 6pare him ; and now 111 leave you to manage him I'll walk back." C2 Better to be upright with poverty, 'hfn wicked with plenty. Constitutional Amendments, Mr. Editor, Our September elec tions are now past. The great question, on which so many anxious hopes and fears depended, who were to be Senators, Representatives and J ustices of the Peace for the year, is now settled. Two other important subjects remain for the dUcus- J sion and action of the freemen of the State : the Presidential election, and the Amendments of the Constitution of the State, proposed by the State Council of Censors. On the first of these questions, the Presidential election, we are in this State so nearly unanimous, that there seems to be scarce room for doubt. Jo exertion is needed on the part of the friends of Mr. Fremont to secure him the vote of Tennont, and nothing here can avail the other candidates j their friends here may as well lie down in quiet despair. The other great question : Shall the proposed amendments of the Constitution be adopted ? seems to engage compara tively but little attention. It has always seemed surprising that questions relatiu to the Constitution of the State should excite so little interest in the minds of the people. Whilst so many anxious feelings are aroused, and so many means, fair and foul, are resorted to to decide who shall have the empty honor of representing town, or who shall be " dressed with the brief authority of a Justice of the Peace,' the grand question of amending the Con stitution of the State, which may affect not only our own rights and interests. but the welfare of remote jreneration lies unnoticed and disregarded. The fact however, is certain, whether we will attend to it or not, that important amendments to the Constitution of the State are proposed, and a Convention will soon assemble to reject or adopt them. In the hope ef exciting anion your readers a little attention to this im portant subject I propose to write a few articles for your paper in favor of adopt ing some of the most important of the proposed amendments of the Constitu tion. An objection has been made to the Or dinance of the Council of Censors in calling a Convention to act upon the pro posed amendments, because the number of this Convention is limited to ninety members, and the delegates are ordered to be chosen by the several Counties of the State, instead of each town choosing a delegate to the Convention in the man ner heretofore adopted in the Conven tions which have been called by former Councils ; and a complaint has been made that the Council of Censors have exceed ed their powers and have called an un constitutional Convention. It cannot be doubted but a Convention of ninety delegates is as capable of con sidering the proposed amendments, aad as fitly representing the will of the peo ple as a larger number. And it may well be hoped that a smaller number of delegates selected from each county, may furnish an assembly of more talent and experience, than the discordant and het erogeneous Conventions which have here tofre been assembled on former call3 of Conventions. Neither can it be asserted that the manner in which this Convention i3 now ordered to be elected contradicts or infringes ant express provision of the State Constitution directing the election of such Conventions. The Constitution of the State provides (Sec 43,) "That the Council of Censors shall also have power to call a Convert tion to meet within two years after their sitting, if there appears to them an abso lute necessity of amending any article of the Constitution. &c No intimation whatever is given as to the number of the delegates, or the manner in which they are to he chosen. That the Con vention be chosen in a way that shall fairly represent the will of the freemen of the Stale Seems to be the only require ment of the Constitution. Seven modes of representation are known and practiced among us, as by towns in choosing representatives, by counties in choosing senators, by districts in ehoosing members of Congress, and by a general ticket for the State as is now used in electing the governor, lieu tenant governor and treasurer of the State ; and as was formerly practiced in choosing the old Legislative Council All these several modes of representation are reeognised by our Constitution and laws, and are conformable to the habits and practices of the people. The Con auiuuon uoes not jirovide a mode of choosing delegates to this Convention, and it is kft, as from the nature of the case it should be, to the wisdom and dis cretion of the Council of Censors. A Council of Censors, or a body of' men empowered to propose amenduMsnU to the Constitution of the State, and to inquire into and correct abuses which may have arisen, roust necessarily L ia- vested witu powers somewhat discretion ary ana dictatorial. The very idea of ucu a uwncil supposes the existence of abuses which the ordinary course of le gislation has failed to correct. To meet this exigency it is the design of the Con stitution that the people through their Council of Censors, and a Convention of their representatives should have power in a regular and peaceable way, to amend or abolish their old frame of government, and construct a new one, better adapted to the present state of society, and better intended to secure the interests and gen eral welfare of the people. The very mode of represeatation by towns mav have become so corrupt and so inapplicable to the present state of things as to require an amendment, as as the case of the House of Commons of Great Britain, before the famous u Re form Bill" passed a few years since in that country. And if in the opinion ol the Council of Censors such was the case in this State, they were perfectly justified in taking the will of the people in a more equal and consistent way, rather than in appealing to that corrupt and defective mode of representation which was itself the subject of complaint. Orleaxs in Democratic Consistency. Mr. Editor, Probably many of your readers do not get the reading of papers of the so-called Democratic party ; hence, are not aware of the boldness of their defence of the a slave institution" of the south. Democrats of this town, as else where, claim that they are as strongly opposed to slavery extension as the Re publicans can be. Yet their hypocrisy will show itself so plainly that it is a won der that they do not discover it them selves. The following extracts will show the beauty of Democratic consistency. In an article signed "Brief," in the "Campaign Post" of Sept 13th, the writer asks and answers the followin. question : " Who wants any more slave territory ? Nobody here at the North certainly." This, sir, would look very well if it was either honest in sentiment, or true in fact. But after a few sentences the writer shows the " cloven foot" in the following language, viz. : " The blacks at the South must and will increase. So long as the slave institution covers that increase it will seek new territory equally with the whites, but not, perhaps, with the same energy. Both will extend nat urally, and hence, to that extent irresist ibly." Here, then, is a Democratic argument in favor of throwing open new territory for slavery extension, in proportion to the increase of the " blacks of the South, and very effectively has the present ad ministration carried out the doctrine of the above argument, in throwing open the vast domains of the west to supply the new territory upon which to continue. till dooms-day, this same increase of blacks, under the " slave institution." The writer says that " the Republicans do not claim to be abolitionists." This is not true, for it is their aim to accomplish this desirable result ; not however, by in terfering with the institution by direct legislation, but by the only legitimate means within their power, viz., by limit ing it to its present area, that in time it may diminish by its own innate rotten ness, for unless it can have new territory. it cannot support itself, but must eventu ally be abolished and give place to free laborv Now, in order to abolish slavery, ac cording to the action of democracy at Washington, and the plan proposed by the writer in question, we must open up "new territory," as in the case of the Kansas-Nebraska bill, and finish with u Briefs" proposition, or rather assertion as follows: "Nothing but time, light and experience, can do the work that some of our politicians are proposing to do in ninety days' grace. Hence I find that "non-interference" means interfering with the solemn compact of 1820, and " no agitation" means time, light and expe rience. Such, Mr. Editor, are the con tradictions in the actions, arguments, and defence of the mis-named democracy. Consistency, with that party, has become an obsolete word a3 well as action. Veritas Glover. The origin of a fashiox. There is a smile going round Europe, (says the Daily News,) at the simplicity of the ladies of England, France, and America, in their worship of Paris fashions. Be cause a beautiful young Empress found it convenient to revive the fashion of full petticoats, what must old dowagers and young maidens do but copy the dress without the excuse! 856! GOODS. 1856! GOOD GOODS I ' SEW GOODS. AND SO CHEAP TOOi!! ur 1 - 3 .-. BAA A well filled Store l cnanceu As I was passing Coven-tree, hied within, and too To view this Stock ot -.oous cu.. WE HAVE ir'. rwa nil l'aats oi iaoric Cravats and Stocks that'll make you stare, Shirts and Collars. Neckties ana etu, Of New York style the very best! m Our Moleskin Uats, in style most rare, None can excel, and few compare ; ;ik. Fur. in style the best, That well have proved to stand the test. W TWc nhildrens, of varied style, That are not surpassed in any pile ; Ladies Hats we have likewise, That fill beholders with surprise. Carpet Bags, Trunks, and neat "S alises, At fair and usual market prices ; Ladies Satchels, Umbrellas neat, That in this country can't be beat. Port-Monnaries, Gloves, rare and nice, And at a very moderate price. Wliy will you roam this world around, J - . . - - i r 3 When here the best ot uooos are iouuu For the Million!! . . Mtnrn(1 THF. Subscriber having once "j,-ed from the City Markets.and having purchased VERY EXTENSIVE!.!, , prepared to tarnish his old customer., friends, and the puuno genenuij, TTVir:nV f CIIITII'U f.AClT OTai,. . . . ' 3 i T, . . Standi Mr. Editob r'iVe hare just receiveed from Boston the lnrt a i of Good ever offered in this Market. We give you delow a few ind All Oiner incuus uittj mv.v vs iuuas in Goods can be bought at a fair value. iwi- nf everv Description. (except thewe of an immoral nature,) at a great reduction of prices. , . . , lie is conuueub ; . " . - . in the business, and a close application : to the same, and an intimate acqna ntance wid . nmny o o c 10 Linen .7 to 9 Best yd. wide Sheeting Best Fast color Prints, r .1 a " ji. Vnoh ninarham. 12 1-2 to 15 u Fine MnandUwnar 12 to 17 Blue Drill. Ttlfc. and Plaid Silk, 87 1-2 to 1,20 Gents Kid Gloves, Mh. fading pubiishin And. wtotaato ho Brown Mourning Debages, W Lad.es rench Kids, the i n.ted amies , i T nese Cloths, w oents nose. Sr"S fninixBra& 6 teh Pari3 Berages, Alpaccas, Dress Trimmings, Thcre ' . . A.un tan tn twenty-! . I ochmnrn A- v. . . t Hooks oi every tokij, , - t i i-p oil low. """T .-j nft ner cent less than can be Ot-c, aii iut. in the United States. Embossed Table cavers, ? o"P"1 "-"- nn ,A mn Most of the 1,3 dooks a , n ril -I - r TTr hi lit t Among his assortment may be found most oi ue Frock Coats, standard Histories ana rueva, i . i.,:0a rvata and most of the new publications of the day, gummer -such as . 1 . n w . w n-aaa uaak. i i hula. v .a v . rn Years amona Vests, Sat. & Fig. Silk, AUG JOltltt -- f I the Mail Bags ; A Tour anwng the Mine I ears among 7,00 Elk. Mole Hats, 4,00 to 6,00 Fur and Wool Hau. 1,00 to 3,00 Tan Colored Hats, 2,25 to 4,25 Summer Hats, 1,25 to 4,00 Boys Caps, i 1 50 Peter the Great as edito The first Russian newspaper was pub lished m 1703, and Peter the Great was its senior editor. The imperial autocrat not only took part personally la its edit orial composition, tut in correcting proofs, appears trom the sheet still in exist ence, on which are marks and altera tions in Jjia own hand. tttc t,if Wn M!i s kin? time, nmnaveuuw Y made arrangements to receive Ke w Goods u ,rii.imit the season, so that we may always be advised as to the lowest Market Prices, ..J fotaet fahinns in TOne. ouu - - , .. .ni We would tipecuuly call tne attention ui mo T -1 . (-. nil r Ww Stork of Goods, which we have selected especially for them, among which sre some entirely new styles of Sun Shades, Fancy Parasols, Fine Linen Cambric, awiss uottea .aiusuns, Plain India Muslins, Book, Jaconet, and Nainsook Muslins, Checked, Corded, and fig . ured; Plain and Checked Cambric, Ladies Linen and Cambric Hdkfs, French, Cambric, and Muslin Collars, Lace, Mus lin, and Cambric Edge and Insert- g, Florence, Pearl, Braid, Open, Gossa mer, and Plain Straw Bonnets, Kib bons, Flowers, Tabs, (astonish ingly beautiful,) Gloves, and Hosiery, Dress Trimmings, Prints, DeBages, Berage Delaine, Be rages, Lawns, French Muslins, Black, Fancy, & Brocade Dress Silks, Silk, Crape and Cashmere Shawls, Heavy Cottons, Unbleached and Bleached Fine. BEADY MADE CXOTHIXG. To buy their Clothing now is the time, But where s the place to buy it I'm told it is at Walworth & Wests- think IH go and try it. Our neighbors don't beein to guess what we are doing in this line. Hats, Caps, GEKrS FUEISHESO GOODS throughout. Ladies Rid and Cloth Gaiters, and Jennv Lind Boots. W. I. GOODS & GROCERIES, Flour. Salt, and Kails, Paints, Oils and Dye Stuff's Crockery, Glass and Hardware, Tin Ware, Stoves ana stove l'ipe. WALL PAPERS. We call particular attention to our stock of French and American Paper Hangings. Velvet and Gold, Marble, Wood Work, and Cornices. Plain and f igured Curtains, comprising the lar gest and best variety ever offered in Northern Vermont. Those wishing to decorate their Walls with rich Hangings, neatly and cheaply, can do so by calling on us, as we can please every fancy and "suit the most economical and fastidious. We tender our thanks to our friends and pat rons for their liberal patronage heretofore. We still remember you very kindly, shall be bappy to wait on you at any time, whether to the amount of a cent or a hundred dollars. A ALWOBTri & WEST. Coventry, June 9, 1656. tf Planters : the Convicts ; The Mirror of the World; The History of the Great West ; The Confessions of an Attorney. Also Dick's Wbrls,andafresh supply of Haywards Gazetteer, Mrs. Stowe's Works, together wWi a large lot of Religious, Historical, Bio graphical, Medical, School, Gift, Childrens, Blank and Miscel laneous TTori-s, too numerous to mention, at price that cannot A beautiful variety of New Bonnetts, French Lace, and Straw, fm Summer Style of Eibbons, French and American Flowers. Boots, Slxoos'ancX XLixloloors, Thick and Kip Boots, 2,75 to 3,00 Ladies Gaiters, 1 Mens French Calf, 3,00 to 3.62 Walking Shoes, " Calf & Enameled Congress, 2,00 to 1,25 Misses Gaiters and Fancy Kip and Goat Brogans, 1,37. to 1,50 Shoes, Children and Infants Slu, Our Stock of Boots and Shos is very large and of the best quality, j, "1 can t be beat. Groceries, Oils vn.c3. 3Po,in.ts, Everything from a Bbl. of Sugar to a Tallow Candle. Good fresh Tea Good Box Raisins, 14 cts. Linseed Oil, Jappan, White Lead, F. TeUotj Red, Chrome Yellow, and Green. HARDWARE, GLASS AND CROCKERY WAKE, A ereat variety of all kinds. Best White and Colored Tea Setts le fc H?lW.STf Bibles which he and everything to match equally low. Glass, Nails, Salt, Fish and Floar, f. is selling at his usual extremely low prices, uum muis vi mi ub. We have given you aoove tne prices ot oniy a iew oi our uooiu, buttle,, room prevents any more. Please give us an early call. Albany, April 1st, 185C. IIOVEY St P. S. Be sure and bring a purse full of Money. twenty-five cents to twelve dollars, THE COTTAGE D I It Li., at his former price, $4,T5. He would call particnlor attention to his assort ment of Stationery which is now complete embra cing Plain and Fancy Note and Letter Paper from s tr, 25 runts ner auire. Envelopes from 8 cents per pack to 6 cents each, and everything connec-1 ted wltn lae oiauonery ius i ing with the above. " He would just sav that he has a large lot of School Books on hand which ha is prepared to sell at pricti that will positively defy all competi tion- . , - He is also prepared to furnish materials for Drawing, such as the different kinds of Drawing Paper, Tube Oil Calers, Prepared Canvas, Brush es, and all articles required for Oil Paintings, at th ironorters citv prices. . r . - . t.- - - I v 1 tlsuiKIn! lor lormer ravors, ne nupes uy upright course of dealing, and a careful exclu sion of all works of a doubtful tendency, to mer it and receive a good share of public patronage. CHESTER BROWK. Craftsbnry, Vt, May 27, 1856. 22-tf. GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN ! ! mHE TKUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OB, GAS- irnli TlTiiP 1 r ninTXTT - U BACH'S American Compos flHE subscribers would rcspectfaji , A attention of the People of Veraoc Claims oi BACH'S AMERICAN COMPOfJi As one ot the best preparations bticain for the relief and cure of the folloicinjcas tions of BARON LIEBIG.the great Physiological Bronchitis, Ministers bore Tbx Chemist, by J. 5. UOUUU1U3, M. D , rniladel nhifi. Pa. This is Nature's own Eemedy for an unhealthy Stomach. No art of man can equal its curative It contains no Alcohol, Bitters, Acids, nowers. or Nauseous Drugs. It is extremely agreeable to ,Ks tcta and mtv Ka taken hv the trinsfc fpp.hlft SK 1 1 1? I 1? IT O ITfiT Q 1 patients who cannot eat a water cracker without JAJIUII'L ! 1I lljIlWlJO, Kcute distress. Beware of llfiUGGED 1MITA- Premium Paged Blank Book Manufacturer, I TIONS. Pepsin is NO r A lTKUti. lar, gratis, giving a large amount of SCIENTIFIC Paper Warehouse, Jobber and retail dealer in I Call on the Agent, and get s Descriptive Circn School Classical and Miscellaneous Books, SvibE&E, fm uSi Animal cKSnWrV, Stationery and Artists' Materials, I Dr. Combe's Physiology of Digestion; Dr. Pere- No. 146 Church Street, nearly opposite A. C. Snear's Druff Store. Burlington, I WOULD inform my friends and the public ology. prof. Silliman, of Yale College; Dr. generally that I have removed my Store and center's Physiology: &c ..together with r A. C. Spear's Drue Store, where I shall be found after this date. BL.AXK BOOKS, The attention of buyers is invited to my assort ment of Paged Blank Books. A large assortment always on hand made by experienced workmen, and warranted equal to any City work. Partic ular attention paid to making Blank Books for Banks, Insurance Offices, Manufacturing Compa nies, Bail Road Corporations, &c. PAPER. A complete assortment of Writing and Wrap ping Papers always kept on hand, consisting ot Super Royal, Imperial, Demv and Flat Caps of all Jualities, Cap, Letter, Bath Post, Billet and Note 'aper Hardware, Manilla, Rag, Straw and other Wrapping Papers. This stock Fbny directly from the Manufacturers for Cash and can and will sell on the same terms as New York and Boston Job bing Houses. STATIONERY & ARTISTS' MATERIALS. A large variety of this class of goods which have been selected with great care lor this mar ket, and tne prices cannot tail to satisfy tne closest buyers. School, C'assical and Miscella neous Books. Special arrangemen' with the leading publishers render my facilit. s for fur nishing this stock equal to any house in tha Uni ted Mates. A NEW FEATURE. Owing to the largely in creasing demand for PEOGEESSIVE & SPIRITUAL BOOKS, In this section, a large assortment of Liberal and Progressive Books will be fonnd on our shelves omel, Nursing and Ulcera Mouths, Sore Nipples,Merairvi Fever Sores, Scrofula, Ulatt Vie Lungs and Stomach, afl i Complaints, Female Weahuut regularities, Fluor Albus, (or T, Coughs arising from an h Throat, Piles, Weak Stm fact, in any case of WEAKNESS, INFLAMMATION, oI fiLUUU, USE THIS BEMEDT In the city of Auburn, where this prepared, and the Proprietors mrfe . of the mntt ralinhlfi unA Mton.t.u. f reports efficacy have been furnished in ;uij. voluntary promptings ef those umiat lieved and cured of long standiojuJ at aggravated affections of the t'um cna from a grateful desire to spread in lew and promote the good of others who ran ilarly afflicted. Its influence has been peculiarfr hwi cases of Bronchial and Thrml aftcM. slight to Chronic Jnjiinainntwiu sod iV aiso in some very mnriai asm offeuiu ness and Irreguiaritiw, ned nurny otbr. plaints enumerated abova. n e have also some strong aswot urn : ira on Food and Diet; Dr. John W. Draper, of New York University; Prof. Dunglison s 1 hvsi- tjar- of CURES from all parts of the United States. Q Sold by ail Druggists and Dealers iu Med icines. Price, Uh dullak peroottie. Sold bv Cbas. C. Keixam, Irasburgh. " " T. C. Butler, Derby Line. " J. S. Weeks, Danville. I24-Jy Later from Europe! AH. LEIGHTON, Tin and Copper Smith, would respectfully inform the inhabitants of Craftsbnry and vicinity, that he has taken the i i .a. i- i i i it i Zi ZrZ hT.n rZLrTf l in ur O"" State, ia which it h tea he will keep constantly on hand an assortment of with yy whtrt fa ypm , , DtamDed and XlOliOW Ware. man7 otner remedies have taled to iSjt n- j r.w: c. j n x.'A. r ingredients, among whtca iM w. vw.uig uwica, auu Ml .niua ui i gjjj extract of tin, copper, brass, and sheet iron ware on hand, j "beecH. DROPS OR "C XCV!E f- STATE OF TEBMOST, OBLEABS DtSTRrCT, S3. IN Probate Court holden at Irasbnrgh witliin and for said District, on the 16th day of Seo- 1 A I-k to-e T 1 ... '. lui, j. v io, ljuu aamuion, txecntnx of the last will and testament of PELATIAH HAMILTON, late of Troy in said district, de ceased, presents her administration account for settlement : Whereupon, it is ordered that the same he te. rerrea to tne 3J aay ot October next, at the Pros bate Office in said Irasburgh for examination and allowance; and that all concerned be notified hereof, by the publication of this order in the uneans inaepenaeni standard, a newspaper printed at Iraslrtirgh, three weeks successively, as soon as may be, that they may appear, and at said time and place, if they see cause, object 38 , M. CARPENTER, Judge. STATE OF VERMONT, OttLEJLSS DISTKICT, sg. AT a Probate Court holden at Irasburgh, within and for said district, on the 17th dot, r tember, 1656, JAMES MITCHELL, admininistra tor of tha estate of MARTIN WHITE, late of Crafubury in said district, deceased, intestate filed m said Court his petition in writing, setting forth that aai1 A:Jt i - b , . " --v.vt.ui uicu seizea or cer- in i n ran i A,na . : .1 n.i " .mu omw ill nam urn unnnr rr equal and undivided half of 215 acres of land to gether with the privileges and annnrtnr thereto belonging said land &c, constituting the borne farm so called of mid huh -Ja natural brother Lewis White; also, that said Lew- U M tkmi t. ..II t . . . w uis interest in said real estate, and that aivision of said real estate 7 l w lntb0Vlt "ujnry to the heirs of said Martin White; also, that it wijl be an ad vantage to the heir of said Vfartir. .n whole of said real estate that the avatla thereof J vui upon interest lor tneir benefit and Pryig "cense and authority to tell the whole va ram WUtMS .- Eiis? - Wh,te of Craftsbnry, widow of Mar tinnnilA ffu.Mgui i. .i . i ... . ' a r --vut.j, uu u Biuresnia, niea in u wnin ner reiinquutnment to dower in aM real estate: and jays the Court that there may be assigned to her in lieu thereof such portion of i r -T . . K"u "e M wlu De equiyaieut to her said right of dower in said real estate. Therefore, it is ordered by said Court, that pub c notice be ciyen to all nerson. ,iT at, to appear before said Court at session thr 01, to be held at said Irasburgh, on the 3d day of October, 165.that they mayte heard in thernat ..uraaia, ana show cause why license should not :be granted as aforesaid. And this ordr shall be published three wak. rii urieann inaependent Stand- k,.'.J .1 , v,kt pnnwa at irasburgh in this fo th J kt - ticb PM", u be. ""-."'Pira iw neanng as aloresaid. "Ten Bl,oer m, han4 the Probate Office In Irasbnrgh, this 17th da il it of 8?ntemtn-, A. D. ll5. f. CAEPENTEB, Judge. man wtio u without an idea, generally baa the greatest idea of himself. 6y Prosperity ia a LlesaiQj good, but a curse to tlie evil. to tbe Real Estate for Sal. " ,.' "T -, l aa in uic town t,t "" "mm 01 u.e wuiage. haul farm t a good wowl ,lieln4 aiJX J OP SACKING for sale by b. w.srE. From the very Best Materials, and at lower rates than can ba bought at any other shop in Northern Vermont. Call and see. Orders from abroad promptly attended to. All kinds of BARTER taken in exchange tor fjiOODS. Crafubury, June 10 24tf FRENCH & ROBINSON, TANKERS AND CURRIERS, Glover, Vt. among which are all Standard Works on Units, W 9;ULD to their friend" 'd patrons, that ,;.i !-;,.,,i;t.m rjiii, r.;-;t,i;em 1 v they are now prepared to execnte all orders &c. All the publications of the American Uni- for I.anninf in, J, nm-paued by any firm tarian Association and Partridge & Brittan. the w relf fugland. fareen Hides wanted in Works of Channing, Theodore Parker, Sweden- cnange lor Lash, iwmeinber that we pay a boig, A. J. Davis, Edmonds, &c. Subscriptions L,ITTLE m0 r Hides and Skins than ang bodg m-ffiB0(i rnr ItiA Smnlna I plptmtnh Npv I- nrr. I ltt- land apintnaiift, iniany s aiontni Agent for Mrs. Metiers ce'ebratei &c I am Clairvoyant Sole and Upper Leather, and Calf Skins, of superior quality always on hand, and for sale at Medicines and Stone's Mesmeric Nerve Liniment A supply always on hand. BOOK BINDING, I continue to Bind Music Books, Magazines, &c, in every style of Binding on short notice at the lowest rates. 1 would return thanks to my friends and the public for tbe liberal patronage heretofore exten ded, and will only add that my prices will as heretofore be as Cheap as the Cheapest, and pur chasers are invited to examine stock and prices. All orders by Mail, Express, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. Terms, Cash on De livery. SAMUEL B. JilCHOLS. No. 146 Church Street, Bnrlington.Apnl 1, 1866. the lowest market price. 25 ly K -i': rilBIS article has been tested X by the best ludees. and pro nounced superior to anything of ui muu in tne maraet. it not only gives a clear polish to the linen, but obviates many diffi- and composition are such ss to rented ly safe and harmless, requiring theeien special care in regard to the habits tt a virtual, beyond that ordinarily nwm From a personal knowledge of time 'in not hesitata to say to all who art flicted with Bodily Weakness, Drtssi M mution, Impure or Sluggish Blood, tine HAUU'S AMEKJCAa COMfuu is recommended in the strongest uas Relief aad Cart. r ubu. K. SMITH, Morse Wholesale Agent for the State of ia To whom all orders should be tdiirst. TO DRUGGISTS AND OTHER DL A CARD. For the convenience of Drnzzisti uJj uals now using this Medicine in theSaa mont, a constant suddIv will be keotica of our State Agent, FRED. E. SMlIt applications or orders will be promotes tht smite terms as tehen adlrttstdto u- P. V. B. COVENTKV &C0,Pi 62 Genesee St., Autiomi CERTIFICATES. Importantfroiri D?. E. W. Saba Rochester. If . Y. De-iembol This may certify that I have msto i: "Bach' Amkbicak CoMrotKD" is': severe Bronchial Affection, and s k 11 1 1 1 i. tn vbK-h la 11 ...I ...... irrilntum of tht muut coat of the Ala ff from sticking to the iron, and ,B-T ? oftw bottles of the sbow I ysansen th litum tr, rtJn i. " thought a permanen'. cure ra Old Books Deserve Good Bindia . POWELL & BARR WOULD respectfully announce to the citizen of Orleans County that they have pur chased the well known stiffness. Another important advantage is. that " ,'t"onaerful effec " by using the Polish articles can be starched in ei Scr"'"a dntumUion, where the ( ther cold or boikd starch, and iron immediately ""Wght to be beyond cur e after tafctjij without the unfavorable results which usually "Kricoii Vompodntae'i follow by the ordinary manner. Price only 25 ! m "f dan9tT, a "" V,IL 'T. cents, in lsro hnttle ' have seen of the effect of the Compou! ' Prepared by D. TAYLOR, Jr., 10, Broad aU, c?rtRinly rec,ommend iu SJ l Boston, and sold by DruggisU and Grocers ger boTe nRmf: ESW" 1 J. jl. Henry, Waterbury, General Agent for Vermont and Canada East. -lr For sale by C, C, Kellam, Drngist, L-aaburgh, BOOK BINDER V. of S. B. Nichols, on Church St, Burlington, where I -muoioiu, wMswwaii oroers 111 uieit 1 uooa nice bhingle forsa e by ,.i ...iiur - . i.JTtLi i-.m.!i line of business. After having had long expert- lUU.UUU WALWOBTH & WEST. U . if tfjv- ence in the business, they feel confident that 1 1 Lencorrhoia. ( Whiles, and to Auburn, V. Juaf I! We. till nnftAvairynn.! h.M reCiW 9 la for preparing "Bacm'i Am kbicaU C and as fur aa we have tested it, ew i iu general use as a tome andsltsns" tO HEMOVK VITIATED HUMOUS Ot t . ... . .. i...-- they can do work in a style not surpassed this iUOUl AOW 1WK. BLANK BOOKS made to order snd Bound in a style that cannot be excelled in this section of the country. Bill Heads Ruled at short notice, and all kind of Kunng aone in a manner that will not fail to suit customers. All business entrusted to our care will be accomplished and sent to any part of the country bv Staze or other It will be rmnembered that this establishment has a PAGING MACHINE, for PAGING BLANK BOOKS, the only one in the Stabs. Newspaper and all kinds cf Printed Book bound, from the largest Bible down to a common Primer, in GILT AND FANCY RABBLE EDGES. B- B. NICHOLS, the former proprietor, is authorized to receive orders for us, and all work ordered by him will be promptly attended to. Burlington, Vt, June 10, 1856. 25 ly . Great Excitement! rilHE subscriber ha for tale at ISLAND A POND, a god assortment of titution are enfeebled from A""--..w-i-f.i, it link1 : LANSINOH BKIlf 1 A. C. TABKB, U- NEW FIRM! fI1IJ5 5".tt"'ri,'" having purchased the Stock of BAM'Ii CHAMBEHLIN BON, m, it ,!hop r?.cent,y occupied by them, .- iiuwie ust laty nave now l i . ... . 1 . IWJT IMT, nuv on hand and will keep constantly a good assortment and at very low price, r lour per DDI. Codfish, small, Codfish. large. Pollock, " Pork per bbl. Pork ttar lit. Ijird,' Sugars, Box Kaiiini, Rice, Saleratui, Fine Salt, Turks Island, Ashton Salt for bntUr. Ynnnii If j mn T . . . ,.A .ui. . extra one for 2c best, 0c ,M Will it pay for quite a journey for Good, at the . . -I m, svw, iu jrolx Ilato. 7,7 a 7,7 3,75 2,75 32,60 m 23,00 Ifcc a lie ia 1 2c ic a 1. 4c 12 1.2c 1.2c 5 1 2c ?7e 2.ST per bag. linn, n r. nnnr.p nf Auburn, late member of our State LfpsW".1 the most accomplished Pbysn-iaii of our country, after gi vifig this f sonal observation, says i ' ' ; serf all liquid prepariiliinuff ' ditta$e." , .... ipe B- ,- of ail Airents vou wQl Uisre Bach" Family Kecip ... litd eate with any whose certilicaw nrHnr in nmwA lluim annum. tat ' . All the eenulne mwlleins I sn W ' P. V. H. COVEKTBlf k CO, - wrapper. M Rtat Principal Office and Vepot, " u FKED. E. SMITH. CeMral A"" of Vermont . (-j,ik. For sale by C. C. KKU.am- UAJIOMILIW 4 CO. Co, r -n . , I AhA ''",," x STOVES, "Btoi. Jnlv. in, U)DIf. and Jar.nr.rf U'.r. 1 - ' Wooden Ware. Hollow Wr Pnm,- a.' I ctr. and Ash Mouths, 6cc., &c l o which w U 1 uu una at low il. Farmer. BoUen 7 U. .VrT rTS ,.p i j'n-T. . ".'"i" 'roa ana I min.wai " ' ' .v MISSILIil! LLINEB AND VKt rZ'n la 4 rf Karfnfl 1 .... ,K Willi"1 ' turns m win Mim - and 8A J'jat'A CT0 I BMUU" enU for 8. St A. Dow. nnrx I """""'. lor 111 sals nf r. .r Pi-n-.... All kind, of Job WnrW in ..!. ii..- jt i- . manutacture, which they win n u :r, J iwh-i- r .,iinff liar U, ... ; ... ....... .,. iu a l ciLfth nr ww.I w uuwm my ..... . .. ,r.nmu le,, . f,,. ,-. i ; Ann JV1V If rWiUliLUI in m eu karton ViIU2e, liny Ut, ltoiA JASII, and Blinda, for sal by AH.iit,. I..... .... WAGONS! WAGONS! PAtibLI I win i-- 7", -. mora vr . 1T made by E. bA 1 1, " one iu U County. cti rry fitioaa of all kio "1 w McCLAET. A niJ i .n0041 . . 7n enuatry w"Jr" ar- -u,y SJ igaattr.