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All the linrnt rer ex liititi-d in tin. roitnlry are now at."'" """"- r; ".',"'." to tins eihili.tion, Inng .I.tU.1 iflenek Hit-.ri-at. I he I. lie (,e e cot fren. the t .r.ou. minor etUuA"''"-":'1" yr ..f , wetuli. only taclied Hnmenae Itahinenta Motlli and b'l.mli. SIXfJlKAl'TULMT.IOMi. frtali from their native furrata, fa, A HUH.MKSK UL I.I., front thl l..i.i r i... i..i C ii.iiiu ni v.rj iun, nursoippcu mere by the tUL'sn natirea, and recently t-kcii,... .I.,..!... i a mark with bow and arrow : from their idolatrous lemple. The drote iflp).iJ5l,1r upnii the Aecoidian and violineello, ! t trti Ceylon, by Mrasra Steblnnii June and,!,,!,;!, a wondi-rlu! exaniileof what indomit. ,.v......... n.. vu,..m.cm i..m;"(i 'Vteac. iiir. .icitiii in ineie perioruiancea, vs.- , .....( ..... u v., j Wim Nntt... Mi.i.rtntifi n irtil t.v ll.lt tinliin. r. llio alter a pursuu o: inree weeus aim tout i i) t. in llic junglea. I ney were lioally eniinp.c1M,cty i,c mt insurmouiitalile. 4 pti and at cured in a Krniil, or Indun trap nfs A complete tnenacerio of living animals tnorniaua dimensions ami prndigniia tren(tlij (, lncluded in the American .Museum, r where the rjephanU were nibdued. Theamj at convenient ieriods dtirini; tlie exhibi Q,call etephanfaccotupanirs itn ilatu, and "ambition. jv weaned on ita parage; ftoiii India. J Mil. PIKKCF, ANATIVE CKVI.O.VCIIIKF will enter the dens of the wild beat, and jfcelonpmg to tho wild nnd wandennj; tril'CJ,j -rti iv antra, n i cae lerocioua nan is arc viviu iv.. tdeacribed by Kuene Sue in the aiidciiii;,'the l.ion s Den; Sampbon ilesli 5 " t ............ . A niouniticctu nrass nanu win piay ouruij B he exhibition, and accompany the Triuniph - J al i'roceasion. -1- T. T. DAENTJIVT, ri,rropriciorni in iew i orx anu i iinauriioiij-incmu:, nc lipurra ol the Ki7.e o: i.ue, oi a 1 Mumunii, has the honor to announce that, t. ('residents of the U. ti., and uho of le-ncouraged by; the hrillianl aucccai tvtucli((jrpai, umbero noted characters, Wmerica ; has attended his enterprise of brinini;'Jeiiiiy('ulj Korein, ail of which are accurate like. Lind liclire the American 1'eople, he lia'oeses, and appropriately cosrtimrd. In lact been led to form the project ot orjjaniiing ajthc whole enaulihuifnl is a rasl repository vast traveling Sal MUSKL'M OF WONDERS. Which comprises a greater variety of ntlrnc lions, and more extraordinary novelties, than anv othrr traveling exhibition in the world Every feature of this mammoth establish.;!!,' ,(l t(.llu.r al ; ello'rmotis expenditure mcnl is of a peculiar and interesting nature,S.r ,:.-.!., i..,.. -,t ',.. n..v. and the whole is praduced upon a gigar.linX., ! ..r in.nniliirlA I hi. tr.i valini. inrnnhrr. naliaof the American Museum, as it enters each town, is preceded by ihe gorgeous CAROr JUCGGRXIUT. Drawn by Ten Kleplianta superbly compar inoned. bein? an accurato model of lhat ter riblc engine of idolatrous sacrifice, finished The .Imtiitnn Muttum S,- Menagtrii, will "Wbit in RUTL.1.YD, on Monday, the ISO' of Au;u)t iarl l'rice of admission, Twentyfive cents. Doors open from 2 to 5 P. u. and from 7 I-2to 10 in the Kvemng. THOS. TUFTS, .Igmt. STATE Or VERMONT Hutland ss. rawlclManuf.icturing Co. I rs. J Rutland Co. Henry Stanley, S Court April Myron N. Stanley. ) Term IS'jl. Juhn 1'. C. Stanley. I 1JKBT on a Judgment rendered by said court at the April term A I. l'r the sain of three hundred sixty-lour dollars and four r.enls damages an i twer.ty-two dol lars and thirty-six cents costs Also fur a judgment for the sum of three hundred eigh ty.six dollars and forty cents. Uecause the said Henry Stanley is absent from this Slate and has not had peraonn! no. tice of the pending of this suit; It is order ed, that he be notified to appear at the next term of this court, to be held at Kullind in said county on the second Tuesday ol" Sep. Umber A. D 1851, then and thereto answer 'thereto, by publishing ihe substance of the jilaiutifTa declaration, together with this or. der, three weeks successively in the Ilutland Herald, prinu-d at rYiilhind, ti e last public tion to be at least twenty days before said term, which shall be deemed sutlicient notice. And day therrnfis given. Ac F. W. HOl'KINS, Clerk F.dgeiton & Allen ) Attyi for I'lff. WANTED, TWO or TIIUKE young and active men, 1 with a cash capital of 25 or fifty dollars to enrage in a pleasant and profitable busi- ness. For patticilars, addres- "MAX, at this office. Uutlrnd, August C.l&il. NOTICE IS HEREBY given that I liave this day given my son, Edwin JQinklej'bis time During his minority, and shall claim none of his earnings nor r.ay any debts of bis contracting after this date. STOLHAM II INKLE Y, Rutland, Aug. 7th 1851. rATLONf OIXOASSIAN OIL. THE gtealeit Kestnrer, Beautifier nod I'rc lerver of the hair ever inrented. There is nothing so b-imtifut as a good l.esd of hair and yet bow few there are who are blest arltb JyLONt-S ,:,RCASSIAN OIL no.sas all the requisites for the production of iluiarnus grcwthorbiir-il restores that which bas fallen off In eonstqaenca of sic.ness and tfres It a rlfhtr nd more '.glossy appearance thaa say olher wh was ever known to give. rxrrr, ,ta Ko, i by n x srFNCKR 30 ,1m Wholesale Ageut MAX. STATS POBt SALS. One BndiTided half of No '.4.ad division, lrloi in Mendon, two and a half miles from tie Kichard.m farm in aaM town, tiininkraboot'AW aeref, well timbered land, kiln. Sail land lies oa the Rutland and H,ocibrMg..u7.k-.)srl(,iU(nsoN e,lUrn. July I"-'! -,3' 'c.irrt!tt'-ii, Im- whole lnriiiin' a jpctacli or - , ",re ,,.ln Of"'""! i;I-nlor. Tin- ciliiln. ,Imu will lake il,irc willnti . innjjniltceiit Va- i;tiiriti I'arit.i oi, cotupiwd of Amrri- t K f wnl(.f abriCt TIlcrca A " . ' ' J(.i:.HU AI. TOM TIIL'Mll attached to Him xliiUititin, and will ap- t...p im nil lit. im rl.iriiin Ofi.u n. mi'fio l.iilnrti 1 Napoleon and rniTiil is lirteen (.poiinJp, and is lint Iwentv-eight inclira hiyli. (Also engaged, ( MR. NPXIilS, jThe man without arm, hn will ejer.nto .In. ftr.inrilitiBrv ff.lii ot' loadinrr and firint' . piitol tltll Mis tw ; CUltlllL' prolile llKcnes- . . . . B.. . . w foery nun miombwjt kliN nui.iMiipiinii, i i . ... .... . I-...I. ,,vr w Iit-ia libortli? under duailvanljei, a- vt. lls el,itsiciil tllustriilions of Hercules r...n n-i i iin. .omihIi.io i.: in l.ion; Uiimei in ilesltoj iiig the Ili .uii, em. riu. i One ot the mnht inlerf stinsi portions ol tlie exliilntion iu formed by the duplny of a great collection of WAX STATDAHY, ymerienn Wonderful Objects of Nature and Art' f The full particulars of which it would be im Spossible to give within the limits of n news Spaper advertisement, and 'which have been tVav,.line exl.ibltioti in this or any other a ' country ,'l tine military nana win pertorm ineniosi popular airs of the day, as the procesion en ters town, and also during the hours of exhi bition. DISSOLUTION The copartnership heretofore existing un der the name snd firm, of Whitlock, Dugan A. Co , is thi day dissolv cd by mutual eon bent, and all clamis nauikt said company, will be settled and paid by cither .'obert Ji feed or I'll ili p Duzan whnnlonc are author. ized to settle the claims in favor of or against said company. ROHEIiTJ. REED, rillLLIP DUG AN, II. W. WHITLOCK. Castlecon, .'Jugust J, ISC 1. !10 ' TUTTLES ROOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. Over tht Store of I.. Danith, Rvtlund, Vt. . The siibjerllicr takes pleasure in aimoime. in? to the lntlilic that ho ha ree.ently fitted up an otheo tor the execution ol every va riety of BQQK. A.KD JOB. PRIN.TIMC, nnd stocked it with a large assortment of the Intent style of innterial ineliuling one. or ItUCCT.KS' I'ATKNT UOTARV JOB PRESSES, capable of thiowing ml' 1SO0 impression" an hour, which rcndeis his fa cilities for tho execution of pood work supe rior to nny other otliec in Vermont, ljlh as ' lepnrds price iiiul style. ) Work beautifully executed i Bronze Colons at about the usual charges for u ct or com mon style. Business Cards got up in tho nentcst stylo from S3 tp St per thousand, mid alt other work at unusually low priors. As tho subscriber devotes his entire at tention to this department of the business lie pledges entire satisfaction to all who may favor hi establishment with their patron, age. Tliopublie nre invited to call and ex amino specimens. G. A. TUTTLE. SHAKES MADE KNIT AND FLANNEL UNDKR SHIRTS AND DRA WERS, White Flannel, White ondMixtd Woolen Yarn, Woolen Socks, jutt received and for tale by I). 1 BELL. Kutlund, July ol, 1851. FARM FOR SALE. Ior aale a valuable Farm situated in ibis town, less than half a mile South of tht (!unireiraiional Mectinc house, and lying on Oiler Creek, containing nearly ICO acres of land with a good Bttck house and good out buildings. Also an out tot snuaitu auuui t in ilea distant, containing about 100 acres, which t good for pasturing, and an excellept suFsr orchard and Iioum! thereon. For terms of payment and furtiier particu lars inquire nf the subscriber, on the premis es, or of 6' It. k'tltogs, Esq. A II- 1Kb r'.tlsfurd, Jufy VI, 1551 BEAD. t LI. persons whoeacciunts with the sub. '"actiWr are ofnietr than 90 days standing ire earnestly requested to call and settle tht time without dstar II I. bl'ENCKR Jal) 3?, !:; mrOKTAlffT TO INVALIDS ''HE desp.aJing Invalid", ins all llo. wko . M. have, bees dl.apps.ltitea i j ,B, tsd irtrspn!iict. riperinrnt:isls,aisp,.rit'J ths I the. liestttitol pursued by Doctor AMlliL.S, lo alTeet th recovery ol IntalWs.i. different from ..... .1 any pracutiontf la tat Usls. sad has f '.r",7:, ,u "t ,rM,1 f 'y ' i" Iwijal Lode Ho.pttal tendon, with lavariakxt awcrtss, iu ettry variety of disease, he,e.2a lut U'.r tor til It tick. .r the well,) and po.st.ssin. the raost tcmtrkablt ciratlttjtowsrtsver intro duced in aay ere or nation. Miaeral,eaatie and Lr j ttdiciaa long lBjriom th.i In deheate id sensitive safer nor from tlx Ifsrent teasedy Ibta from the, disease Itself) wails vrgelabla medicine could swl eqaalitr and promote the sersssssrry circulation only burden tlif ijiln. What required are tried, icines more lisrmless, sctlr mud IitTiguntlnp. line long looked for desideratum In ntesliral tci(i: Lu besa atlalatd and salufacUrily til denced. DR. ANDRUS way be consulted i ili FaasKii IIoti.l, Rutland, on (he l:Uh and 14th ireif IlllWltll iii all cj.cn of cousuniptionaml nervous debility, fits, tup and initial diseases, scrotals and all at- Ik-cusiis t,i if.e unnirj srgona, gravel, piles, fo ui.le weakness, nnd all rheumatic, mualytic and mercurial strecllons.nnd ill lameness in central J stfc timii oi the lungs, cough, silhma, dyi pe IJf A ' trsimal and profrsilcnal experience enable imu lo ofier in all cases, and from what eter cau.o the p-iwers of the constitution may Lare ttcuuie culceblid, a itfc, pcnninett and tidr rinlurali'm in hctlili. McJicitio Itir. uolird In all rmtt ti lot t lie t.atient one umnlh. "JS3; and in mi ctie Kould it . I our5il to ctfrct a cure. loii(; ctundlng cae can make a trial lien of charge the tlft wutith, and are quejlcdto cull, 30 Troy Conference Academy. 'J 'lit. licit tctin or Una Inrlitutioti neil let in ol Una Inrlitutioti coin mcuem i-:i I nJay 'Jth Hint , and coutui- tiea M uee 1 lie Uuildinjj arre now wide: (join' exti'imve tepairs imprtiteiuoiits, and ill iiior cll'er the Ijest acflninitiilatioiis to a l.it'i. uuinlirr of l.ndica and (ii'titlenK'ti to piiMiie their I.ivorite atiiiliea. Hoard can l.e prrcuri'U in wt fl, &J : in the Institution, or in nod lanii- o per urek O. f'AVII.I.i:. rrinciin. Writ IVultury Aug. I, 1351. '.!u PENSION & BOUNTY LAND AGENCY. W'" 11. SMITH J II. I. attend priimptly to tho iiretcntatiuti ' and i rokecutimi ticlorethc lleiiartnicnta ot nil dricriptiom ot claims ol'b.ililnr. and tli;ir burs nf Inclusions and ItounUj Land, . ... .,. ,,, , ,.,. ,,, ,..., iiiiiiujI pigment, ilnu to ptiuioncra, Kutal,li AU). o, l.'il. ad C. BUKT &.j SON, August 0, 185 1 , 41tE now receiving inuro elioicc Cnoil. ; ainoiig.t them u new lut llLAth V't.i.vr.i KlIllil.NS. ALSO, (.'rushed, 1'nMiicred and ('iitTco Sl'GAItS, stunt's the besl out.J all at a little abuse a utplicr. an TH.E Pioncr Clothing Establismcnt ESTABLISHED IN 164'J. One Price Cash' System. LAGE SALES AND SMALL, 1'ROFITS. MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS, The stoch of this fir-famed establishment will be cll'ercil fur a short time, at aUK.iT U.WG.UXS, To make room for the introduction of a com plete assortment of RICH and SPl.EJVDII) CI.UTIII.'(i, manufactured expressly for the retail trade, which with the variety now en hand, w ill constitute the most desiiable stock lo be found, from which selections may he riuido for Spring and Summer wear, to suit the taste and purse ol all classes. Ilromlclutlis, Cassimcrr.1, Doeskins. Vt.l ings, S, c ,4-c. of every variety and of the best fdbric, coinnrisiiii: many choice selec tions, from which clothini; will be made to order at short notice and t-.stire satisfaction warranted. Particular attention is devoted to the Roy's I)riirtT.irnt, where every variety of clothing tuty be found, anil every facility afforded in the st-lectiun of garments fur Children and Youth. Gentlemen's it Youth's Furnishing Goods of every description. The old friends and I'atrons or Oal; Hall, in Particular, nnd Ihe public genetally aie invited to call immediately, with the assur ance that they one and all, shall find a com plete outfit at Bargains well worthy their at tention. UuT Rcmtmlicr Oali fn..rjl 17:Qm Nos. 33, 3!, 36, and 33 ANN STREET. BLXcirmvEHA'cADEy; LUDLOW, VI". IMIE FalljTerm of twelve weeks will com rnrnce on Wednesday, .Jug. 27th. BOARD OF INSTRUCTORS. C. B. SMITH, i. m. Principal. II. Hitchcock, Assistant Teacher. S. A. Beauteau, M. 1)., Teacher of Modern Languages. A, F. Muynard, Teacher of Vocal Muaie. o. L. fctone, i earlier ot I'eutnansliip. Miss II. L. Fletcher, Preceptress and Teacher of Music, Drawing, Ac. Mrs. M. R- Smith, Assistant, in the Female Department. The gratifying success which has attended this institution, arid its present increasing proserily is in itself the strongest proof ot the ability and tlioroveltntss of its instruct on. Instruction will be given in all Ihe branches usually taught in our Academies, and nojiains kM be spared to prepare those ho resort to this school lor instruction, for teachers, college, or the practical concerns of life, The Teacher's Clan will receive espe cial attention, and the advatitsgt s afforded by this class lo those who design to teach, will be equal to those obtained at any other Acud euiy. Mons UeauUau, a native of France, and an accomplished and experienced teacher, will instruct in French, and also in Italian arid Spanish if desired. Mons B, has given in struction in Ins native language i n this insti tution ful the past six mouths with the most flattering success So goed an opportunity rarely presents itself lo thote desiring acorn- dele and practical knowledge of the French atiguagc. Those designing to teach the modern lan. gusges will receive from Mons I), a ccrtifi r.atc of qualification on sustaining a rigid public examination. A class is expected to graduate al ll.e close of this term. Arrangements have been made lo secure excellent instruction in Music, Drawing Ac. Lectures may be exnecled as usual on leach- 1 ing, Physiology, and tho Natural Sclcncts. BTCOllipauiru wan atopic luusiiuiiuns. ui tion will be the same ss Ibr a term of 11 weeks. Board including all incidsnlals.nill be furnished in private funilies from 1 ,50 lo 8l,7Sper week, varying according lo ihe accommodations and the price of provisions, but vitl be as tote as con be ajfvrdtd at any other similar institution. Good accommodations will lie furnished on the most reasonable terms, to those who wish lo pioviie their own board N. ti. All' communications addressed lo the Principal. N.CUDWORTH, See. Ludlow, July.Wlh, IcVtl. M look And 1'aiior Stoves. FOR SALE 1y . 1 ri I'. 1IKLU. N K W UNION S TO UK. OUR j1b of a Unln Sure It rew and rot. tl. It offrr. adtantact to urrlirr and cllcn net to 1 c naliird at any other rtlnb. liibtnrntln Htm Knglaml, Any pernio tnaklng a purr hart - tbii dollara II Itila eatablmh mrr.t, been ton a life member, and tha (JooJ. at the lowrtt ralct. Mercirt.tlbilltr la ineurtrd and (bey are l tiUrty to withdraw at tbeir! pleaiuie. It La bftn In Prctallon nnly lo i 7. birSred " L,,S"'U,,,0l'"JI'l"'a let. erk. aince, unite it. Anttllfr adtanl.RrcDn.liti In the Kre.t ta. """'""'""e uprrwi lo any e, rletjol CJovd. ...Uatnl l..bt .old. on,l.tinE of Wi'"r'' ta Itull.taaf County, and the - . . ....... t . rr f varying' from (i to .VI eenta per mil) iii"iiiiii, j.fiyiin, j-rriicn j urrnaJ Jbanett una fftnplt Itry (toinh, Grocfriti, Wait Wart, Hard' wart, Luiltr, Looking Glnttts, Shot Kit Sr Findings, Drugt, ittdititict, Dpi. KjcIi Der-artineiil ctnnrrUiiir a trrv e.ni. Iilete aortmrlit nhicli will be rrolcni.lird n talea ate nutde. CIIAS tUlt'l't hUN. Hnllm.l.Mar 19, 1R31. FTiS'iitr. Jtitsr.. 'I'li'a r'lsl llibment l loca ted the K.v-t ihlenf Waihitigtou Square, next dojr north of the Court iouit- 19 II O P Ii PORTRAIT AS'D r.ASDSCAPE WKST KUTI.ANI). VT. T the New Uinn Store, imported re f crnlly from a lot cured emu-dally for the pabtlea of the Kinperor and Kmpreaa of the Celestial, the aroma of which will be found to exceed anything ever before offered fur ale heir. The twiat nnd pricea rfcit. The alor.k emiaiali ol Imperial, fivaon, Youn 11 yroti, Hyson Hkin nnd lllack Tea. CIIA'S UURT SON. Ilutland, M.iy 11), IS.1I. IU NOTICE, rnill l: copartnership heretofore existing be lit eon the undersigned m by mutual i-onsent disoolved All demands iliw tliu com pany tmi-l be paid to J. It, i'arker (without d. lay) who ii authorized to receive them. Al so settle all demands ngainst said company. J. It. I'AHKEIl, BROWN GI.EASON A CO. July 1, 18.11. 17 FOB SALE. 20,000 of tlio?t! nice inacliinc clapboards-, also a general assortment of Cloth ing and Furnishing goods, Ac, at the low est rales by J. R. I'ARKER. July lf, IeJ.11. NOTICE Is hereby given, that application will be inadi- to the nexl session ot the General As sembly of tliis Slate, for a charter for n bank of discount, to be located in Castlstun, in the County of ilutland. lat PIANOS FOR SALE AT OASTLETON SEMINARY. THE SUBSCRIBER would her, by in rorm the public thai he has on hand and is onstanlly reccivintr Pianos of nil prices, from the celebrated Manufactory of Hai.i.i.t, Davis A Co., of Boston, which he will sell for est or aporoved credit, on the most rea sonable terms. Having made arrangements with .'aid Company, he will sell tluinchcap- er than Ihey can bo obtained in the city. The wishing to purchase a brillUnt toned instrument, warranted for one yenr, will pleasa call before purchasing elsewhere. E.J. HAM.OCK. Caslleton, April 8, 1851. This certifies that E. J. Hallock, of Cas llelon Vt., is our nuthorired agent for the nulr of Pinnii Fortes. All instruments from our manufactory, can be bought nt an low a price and warrunted, as if purchased al our ware-rooms. HALLET, DAVIS & CO. MARTIN L. BRADFORD. Culltry, Ilnrdware nnd Fishing Tntklc, M. I.. B. is Agent for Leonard a ml Wendts Patent Tailor's Shears and Scissors, which r ;civcd the first Premium, (a Sjlver Medtl) a t ho Massachusetts Fair, If fit). every pair is warranted M. L. '. als' received a Silver Med.il for superior trout flies and Fishing Tackle, man ttfa cturcd by him. 'IMIE subscriber having purchased this ld nnd well known cit ibli.liuieiit, ami having thoroughly repaired nnd furnished the same, is now ready to wait upon siichnf tlieirfrienib, and the public as may uhoe to become their guests in their visits to Rutland, cither on busi ness or plcft-oire. Parties nill at all times be waited upon nt short nnticc Slaves run daily from Ibis Iloufe to ami frntn Clarendon .Spr'uiRs.and theguefts of the House, will nt nil time" find enrrinjies in readiness to contet tbeia to and from tlie depot, on the arrival of each train of cars. Ilor'c. and e.irriages at all times in readi ness ier tho u;e of their customers. J. PRATT Rutland, July J. 1850 2o.tf WANTED IBIMEDIATELY. $T??A bush) 'J-Aj1 .neettble i FEW intelligent, per.evcring utiuess men to enange its a re- inedible and lucrative liu.meks in the counties of Rutlund and Addison. Fur par ticulars address, jwaire pool, '.'0 E. CII1P.M AN, Rutland, Vt. HELP ONE ANOTHER. IN time of pesce prepnre for war. and while in health prepare lur sickuesc. Tim Berkshire Mutual Health Association of Pitlilield, Ala's, commends itself lo the public a. n me ins of se curing lo uursetes and families a support, when by sickness or accident rendered unable to cam a livelihood. "We think we bataril nothing in saying that the Insurance in this AuncUticn is as safe a it is i opular. Wn ajain invite public stlentioti lo this subjict." (irten Mountain Pi teman. Fur particulars see Circulars. 20.tr E. CHIPMAN. Rutland,! A;ent for Rutland and AiMison Counties. West Ilutland House; THE SCnSCRIUER would give notice to his friends and the public, that he has re leased the old established and well known 1HIRLW HOUSE, at K'ert Rutland, Vt , and the sune having been newly furnished and generally reno vated and improved in its internal arrange ments is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public, and to all whom bu siness, pleasure-or convenience may call to tins place. This hon is pleasantly situated on the line of the Kailroid (fioin Rutland to Troy, and aUo to Whitehall ; is but tunrt utiles from t.'t.4ar rnos Srr.ixos to and from winch place, slsga arrive and "drpsrl daily on the arrival of the Can and is within a milo of the celebrated Marble Quarries fur which ilutland is ho noted. No pains will be spared by the subscriber l render this house a quiet and agreeable re sort for the traveler, aud a comfortable and pleasant stopping place for gentlemen on bu siness or pleasure. O Horses and carriages at all times in rradtneci (or live accommodation of his pal ions, P L. COSS Wt Rutland, JalrS, Jl 25 PAPER HANGINGS ii. l. sTkn CEIt, IN nrder toaupplr tha tinprfcrdrnte .1 de maud Tot lua new and tici atylr of la now opening a new M, thia day lerctrnl All ho hare examined the .....rti.u nt re mntl reaaoliali! To thnee 11 is only tieera sary tu aay that this lot comes from the same aisniisrinetit Rich Veltel, Hatln, and Commoti Raiders; Window Pane's, Ac elegant styles, All interested are requisted to tall and t-iamine this stock at the Kltl.ssn Col stt Booaatnsit:, Main St., nvarlv opposite ihe Fianklin Hotel, Two doora south nf tVmrt Square, H RUTLAND, VT. ESTRAYED. I J ROM th enclosure of the subscriber on or nboutthe 'th of April last, one tvn teat old Mare Colt, over middling sue, legs ldack to the knees, head dark iron grey, and her body inelinitigtu a roan, mane and tail mixed wi.h white hairs. Whoever w ill re. turn said Colt or give information where she msv be found, tu the subscriber, hall m lib erally rewarded HIRAM II. KELLEY. Danby, May U, ICmI. M8 POT OF a grenl many who are indebted to mo the CASH is wanted. I am fully de termined to iny mv debts, nnd am as much dcli-rmiiii'd that otfiers shall pay inc. 1'nr 1 1 c ti la r attention to this call, bv tliov inter ested, will sate the disagreeable necessity of uuiling a second uoluC'l. reeling. a7 DYER, Rutland March 27, IB.'I. 1 1 DLACK nAWS JUNIOR v HtHIS celebr.it.-l burse will be Sv kept the ei.sitnutseiisoii.ei.ni. ti ' iJT ,n'iri"l ' H,d ending in AS. tS fJe ti'ialicr, nt '.be t lido of l.y VJ ' tn.tt, IMtim In Orwell, AdJlsuii R---Ww3i,,iinly, Vt This 1 eaiititul l.utse l 15 1 -2 hands hijih, bis color -i beautiful black, n'e six years In June. Ilhickhawk Junior wa tired by the old lllackli.iwk of liriili.iirl. Ill dam i blsck, w(i;hinj( IBM Ibi. iis stock It iiiiiirpii"fd nnd In Ri val demand. This li.u-.elo, k Ibr fu st premium at tin- A.lditnn County I'uir, ln-M in V, ij.'enne He aim took the f.r.t premium at the Eicx (!oaiitv F.iir held in Keeivllle, N.'. in A-Vptenibcr. With the exception ot being Isrgir thin hit lire, l.e turenihles him eln-er th in nny oi e that e.in be produce I. For beau ty, speed nnd ncllon, he ( hnllengcs the world to beet him The iiihseriber wa offirrd 53100 011 the lit or .May, by MrGilmorc of llal tiniore. Bleeder! of good horses are respectfully In vited tu cj 1 1 ard see him. 'IVpms i'U tho leason. I'-utni ing fiinil-li-ed. Accidents and cscaiics at the risk of the uwner. N. B. No business dona on t'ic -Viblnth. F. FEI.'I DN. Orstell, Mar, 1851. THE PREMIUM HORSE YOUJSG MORGAN TALLIO Wa sired by the Old Woodbury Morgan. This horse took the first premium in t In state l'air at Albany. As a firm horse ho is no doubt the best stud horse in Air.erien. He is from tho bcsl family of .lorguns. The The same horse sired old Tallin lint sired Old Gilford nnd Tallin's dam, nnd was far superior to old Gilford ill every respitst j he is a blond bay color, nnd weighs I'.SIIO pounds. He sired Gray Hawk that stood at Brandon hist season. Gray Hawk was sold last sea son for jttloOO and was taken to Chicago. Tallin's stock is far superior to Black Hawk's in every respect. 1 am Ihe first man that ev er paid a large price for a .Morgan Horse 1 purchased the Old Woodbury Morgan in the year lfc'JG of John Woodbury, then of iX'lliei, in tne enormous sum as 11 was turn thought, nf SSOO. Tnilio is now nt Win. M. Field's stablo in Brandon, and will remain Ihcru through the sea.on. , Term : Ten dollars lo ensure a foal. All mares disposed of before the usual time of lua 1 1 11 ir will tie considered with tonl. WM. WA LKE, Agcnl. Unrlland, June 7lh, lcM. 'i 11AXOVKR STREET, BOSTON. Ttir undersigned having entirely rebuilt and enlarged the above extensive establish me nt, containing in all otioul Joli rooms, would respectfully give notice lli.il it is now ready for the reception and accommodation of the traveling community. An extended notice of the unsurpassed couveniencieH of this House is deemed bo- perMnus, as tho numerous improvements wiucli have tire n mnde cannot tie maiK; can not be properly given in an advertisement. Suffice il to sty that no expense has been spared to render nn apartment perfect. The furniture was made expressly to order regardless ot cost, ana certain portions 01 it especially the draw-in:' rooms, will be found to lie of the most beautiful nnd tasteful manufacture. The dining rooms are enpa cinus. and the hours fur meals will b si nrranged ns to suit the convenience of the early mid late. Every department will be conducted in nn unexceplinnablii manner, aud the proprietor pledges Insell that the American House shall be truly the I ravelers Home. 4.27 S-i Jan, 18.11. LEWIS RICE AT THE NEW UNION STOKH, ON SALE 00 pieces of Mu.lins Ac consisting of flain Jnconett and Mnll Muslins, . Striped and Plaid " India Book. " Plain and Figured Swiss " Laces, Inserting', Edgings, Ac. at gret(lt reduced prices. C. BURT A SON. Rutland; May 19,3651. 13 .0VA StOTIA;GItIXI)ST.i:S, DRESSED OR HOUCII, Water Stones of all sizes. I'IC'TJU COAL, COARSE ANU FINK, delitered at Boston or neighboring ports. For sale by I) It.McK.AY, 133 Ml ate St., llnstos. Stone Yard on Gregg's Wharf, near tho l-'lttli-bur;.' Depot, fjauaeway street, llo.loa. Boston, May, ltlM. 20.nm 700 BMs Flour Ii Ml do Beef, 20 do. Pork, 1200 lbs. Hams, together with Boots, Shoes auu irf-atiifr 111 any quauiiiy. lor sale ny April 9, 1651. EI A DYER POST OFriCE STAItirS- CitiKtrs Bt-RT, P M. Ru'Jsnd, is now supplied with Post Office stamps fur the pre. payment of letters, of Ihe denomination of 1 icnt, '.I cants, and twelve cents, and 111 pur. tiianee of instructions from the Depirlnienl he is ready to furnish Deputy V. Masters and ethers July 10, lsol. STAPLE STATIO.EltV. This dsy toceited by 11. l. Is i 1: n c 1; It , Letter Clips (jrspe.i) Achuuc' Inksui.ds, Academic Inktund,; Cocci Wifvr Cups, Bar rel .nd Boxes, (rosewuodh Palest Air Tight liikitauds,Glaii lnktsndi,(tiirrlj Cocoa Pock t ltiksttndsiRobber Bands, Itory Knises.ltori I''.rt Monr.est: Fiber's fYncits; It iuU Qiills; Kuthets ln Holders, Jni.y Lind Waii Ia Enttlftyet, .. .', it I'atoa' mcii-lss v eeet eff AGENCY OF DR. S. 9. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MSDICINS. I IM.tl hj Mm oithndi Hillri't-t Meeti w IN ei rs ftf )uf, tnflft,t.V 1'stsrti, t.ttimi, Itf.u MnKt, i'ffi"), I'lkss, F 'M.it.)ots, Ac Ar PK ! rtmps AlttUtMIV l, M'l'I'ORTRRii SKeol.l.r llts.rs, I. )..!,.( rtbrs, anJ lit-is. en Un.timr4l4i -i tlx rt f bretlrlni bit. and lltsllti iOM Aji, Ac, A.- IK. CIIKKVhtt RKMICK lists Wn scrlftte.t Atents f tr tns U of It-1 stmts H.R.I., aa.1 ilae.p tbtn ron.t.i. mi hn,l at their N TKKMOr 1KMPLK, tn, sn.l nf W A RKVOS, Ludlow, an! Hi. Js.MH I'lMtrKft "tur-t to-iir i irtirs' (iitincit ioK roi.vvti.tns. .- J lijr.cll hi. (.Pr-.m- lini llr.tlh aisllnMriKtlens I" M-ilher. in I he Msmt.mrM of ttoblffn, ' m l hsJ, i fstoiimitlj lit callipc f.-t at ha Aftfttt is tt. An rtlrrm.lt ralaahl. t.lt Mr., CLOVK.lt For l'e at u:iti! (,'RsM ki:k'i Lsndsn & (Jr.nti. U. HURT A. SON, bsvejusf treeive.l a complete assortment of I.adirs and Misses Kid Shoes, warranted of supcnei quality. Kid Walking Shots, "d,i Spring heel Slips, do llnskiin, French Kid Buskin Sliji, Jenny Lind Tien, (Jailer Hoots, Enameled Leather Polka RouU. Misses Polka Roots, Do. Raskin Slips, Cacks, kc, Rutlane, June 17, 1-.1. To Woolen &"folton Mamffae tiircrs. Ferguson's Arrow Root Starch rVlHE hiib.erlbfrt have been -('pointed iol Agent, for the .ale of Fergtunii's Msau fit turcr.' Arrow Itoot Stiireh, and etpeel to be constantly reectviiig It In sulnelcut qnantl ticto fill ot'deri to nny ettfiit III" warran ted pure, and mi le fioin Atiliow Root only. From the tr'tlniunials furnished In us by Mr Fergu.nn, il appears th.it "This nrllrli' bs b cn ued in a inimber of iui!iufniti lei in New Vol k nn.l iNen I'.ngluliil, the -a.t jejr, with unparalleled surre.s. It forms a sillng fur l iilton or Woolen Viitn, of ereit combten cy and extriiordiinry eheapniss It takes the pliuv.d glue iillngetlii r. . that iittiele Is Dot ndded to the mini; tnado ol this .Vtnrrh. Il rendrii ll.e elutl, flrinrr nnd mote elatlie, slid pins lu tin- goods 11 noli gloss Hull IcelJnd Moss ami other ixprnitc preparatluns c.iuiiul liC'ton." Hi" billowing art) exit acts frnn Ictlirs late ly reeeitt d : "11 Is prepared similarly to other TMircn n t siiiiij:. It Miuie' llic the threails ol ooien tarn i-mootln r andslruniri-r tlmii otlu-r starch S cite t eitnif nf il f trot III thief ;,;nrn of jc'ofti storri .ir v'l'n'tii' rtlrn y im. I havo hoJld it liiL-lilr rioommcnUetl lui eotino." ('iu-iied.) DAMI-'.L IIAGI.KY. ZI:tlJh!,t, April 2S, HOI. We luitc it'ed it nearlv two tenM. nnd find it fur ehenper nnd belter thuii aim; or any nth er Starilt. I am conlideiit it nould be much Iter fur the cotton 111-1 11 ul.ict urci s to substi tute iliiu.le.nl of putnto starch. '' C-i-.'iifil, T. t-liAIT. Ju. l'ilhfiiUI .l;nf , IRjI. "1 am obliirod to give yours the prefetfnee, both a. regard' tpiality, ccuuoitiy, labor 111 ap plication, lientily, Ac. (Signed,) !. II. ATHERTON. Hat tfi'.t, A,,ril I'J, H3I. The minufietiirrr hnvlng introduced inn ebiiiery in its .ri-.nr.iti"li, tlterrby lis-euing it- cost, is enabled tu ufi'cr it at a turtber te- luccd priee. I-or sue, tvnniesiie, or SUHIEFFIXIN ltllt)TIIF.US! CO.. IfJ 101 0111 105 JuA it-si., Arte Yolk. ii iAc Store t.jo iloors .Yurtli of tin Court House, F.ust side nf 1'ianUiii iijunrr. JUST received n general assortment of Amciicati, English, French and German DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCK ERY AND HARDWA E, which will he sold cheap fornpprnted Cred. it or most kinds of Country Produce. ; nnd very much cheaper for cash, without respect In persona insiders and outsiders the civ ilized and Barbarians all the same. O. L. BOBBINS. Ilutland, May, 1851. FOR SALE. fill I IK subscriber offers furs-ile Iwo Dwell. -S- jn-r HuttseH on the main Street in Rut land Village, including the house now occu pied by himself, together wilh ihe whdle or nny portion ofthu luruiture. Also a slip 111 Trinity Church, and one in the Baptist Church. One fourth the consideration money will be required in advance, nnd for the residue a uiedit will be given from one to ten years, us may be desired by the purchaser. SOLOMON FOOT. Rutland, May 7, H5. 17.tr BLACK RIVER ACADEMY. LUDLOW, VT. TMM1E Summer Term of this inctitiitls 1 S will commence on Wednesday, May tie). Instruction will be gi.cn, aa usual, in all the branches taught in our academies, including French Italian, Spanish, Music, and Ihe Or namental Branches if desired. This gi-asou ofthe year affords the most favorable facili ties f',11 attending to the study of Botany. Mons. S. A. liLTt ic, M. D., a native nf France, and tin accomplished teacher, will give instiuctiiiii 111 French, and also in Ital ian and Spsnish if desired. So good an op poitunity rarely presents itself to those who desire an intimate and pru-.lical knowledge of lbs French language. Mons. B.will d vole two hours daily to each class, one for recitation, nnd one for con telsstiun and ex planation of Dcrulijt phrases, ft,:, N CUDWORTH, Secretary. Ludlow, May 3, 1851 17 THE BUSSES A& L.mOBABDSON, rrj'AKE litis method M. to inform tho Ladies JSr of Pith-ford and vi- Aii entity .nut nicy have ffttP J""' returned from J t Xk inatket with tlie ores .MTiwtii rut i tyle of Spring 'fytK arid Sunitner Fash- ions, fliey would also say to the pnb- it-,1 Is al they are pre pared lo meet ali or dels in their line of business , trucli as Milh-tiery and Mantui making of every de scription. They will furnish all trimmings, Ac , that will be called fur in a country shop, 011 i.-sseuable terms and shortest notice. .SI'Al' l'OWIJFCKS, N article that sar.-s all th Sosp and n-tly all the libor 111 washing, Inrs.le t the .Vnr t'n tun Sure, one door north ofthe Joutt House C BUR i A SON Rutland, May 19, l6 1'J CANDLES. CsPKItMACITTl 111 neat (i und Roies, f5 Alnb Modld Tallow Candles by the box or lessso.antilr Common Hard and Toilet fin,,.'' ..II... Ww l',,. Si,.. r . w. ...... BURT A BON. Rullaud,.May 19, 1I 19 STRAW BONNETS. JVATOW on sale al the New Union, at low i prices Also Upletidid Ribb-.ns, I'll A'K IJL'RT A BON. Rutland, May ii'l, l-.H. U 5 0. UURT, il SON, JAV on Bsle, SpUndii Btgs, ta Hr ag l) Latns, Ttisua Dv LIM, Ae Jutland, ART IMtOM KPO (TORT. I.OnOM ART I1MO.V, AMRRICAN T I'MUrT. ns- Te. I'ltll.tnKl.rill.s. ART t'NIOW, I-RXJISTIiVAVU jiNT f.MON. WKSTICR.V ART I'KlOX, fS.ti, W K.XRI.aNIt ART VMION. P. VV. lltkl'K INS, Hn Sear, lie Rstlstid, ' CN AWAT l,,"r'.!.,,.M.V?Wt,,'r''" ,h IMNi OHW t.OIII ,ened aptsmlee. about i tears of ... T1.1. 1. 1. .1 . . . . hatbring r Iruatrotr mM kovas I skall My Ctlsloa, June 17, I43L XJ3m S I'.VI'K OF VICHMlIN ', JIBE It r.tnea.'. tali dlitrlrt f eTutln..., teld at RmUad In Tn Tr.M ' iU ,',fc d' f J"'' Whtres. Mrs. I.otln, if. Martla, adaaisls trail it i f ids s-sUts of J,.s-sdi Maitla lata if Rutland in said di.lti, I, iVeesssW, ratsatsls was "u""! on "' iUk f A,' t. HkV) allowed otietrar thureftosa t tlkspost) of the estate and psy 1l,e debts nf lis M)d d. rested and the said Irfivma II. kas this day sp,Hed in .a,d court for an ralrtMssn ! th time m allowed as sjotesaid to Use Kill da of July a ti 1S.V.'. Thetefore.lt Is oHrrsd l.y said ITe-srl, t.si the brarln; ami derltlos t TsaiU yvtitsttn bo and tliev hereby are, referred t a ttste.1 session ef sii. Probate Conrl to U held si ths Odes ef lbKl,tr ot t.ldf Vurt In M,IHqlsnd,on tbs first Mori.lsy being h, 4,h ,Uy nf A, ii.V. ,1 nn'' "'?' licref blnk I ul.litliln .t certified cup. of the reenrd of this order three weeks jiieee-sftoly previous thersU t llf I i "'"'J. new.psper nrlnlesl , , . ' v-,,.. ,1-1, 1 1, ,,ie seicn nor hoot ol Ibo.c Inlerettid.ln order thai all per. son. interested therein Inav then and thrre p. pear before f aid coot I anil oljtet lo cfsallnr of ssld ettet.slo.tlf thny scj Cl iw, A trite eojiy of rreor l. 5 HE.NRV HALL, Register. l'Ti: Ol" V -;ft MONT, ; Tj'tu it 'iTZZZ. Kistriet ol UullAtul.ss. t Jlberc.1 llittat 1 epicl-ilsr-filtm f the Proltte Court of Iks aid Hi-lrict of ItiiiUml brld at Rutland In and for said Ulslticl, on the 1Mb day nf July.A. 1. I-V.1, " Present lln, H.irve.v Button, Judge. VNheieus Win GiIiiioip. Kleeiiter oftbs last w ill and lesliiuetit of Silne Smith lata of Rutlund in said Distrirt deceased lestslc hss tins day applied to mid court proposing to tender n final account of the stfimaistration of the estnlc of sin) ileetaeeil. I lien lore, lti ordeird b sa, Court, that tbs exninlunlii.il of laid account fr ullsnsnes, and a decree ultheb ilanr e fneti found In Ms hands fill Ihe M-ttlcmollI of uuitl iierniisil. to the perrons entitled thereto, I s, sua ths saint nn, hcteby ri-tt-ired lo a dated restlon of tnbl , ,,, i i,i m no- iraeeot tt,e itesjutsror .ui. I Court, In RittUnd in said Di.lricl, on lbs !! Moi.dav, bnltig the Ith dor of Aug-. A. 1). lrVl,iiiu thill notice th.'iror be glteu by pub. li.brni; n eerlllli-d enpy of the record of tills or "ler. threo weeks niree..lcly .rrion thereto, in the Rutland llrrnb.1, a iietripnprr printed st tsi.l llullniid, in nrdei that nil nrsour Interest ed llu-rein, mnj Hi, 11 111., I thcrs appear beforo i-iid Couri, mid ol j.ct to 1 t.l at count and drrrces II they ne iiiu.e. A trno copy of reenrd. HEN It Y H.tl L, Itegl.t.r. The inhabitants of Rutland and Vicin ity tcill jdeasc take notice, that Liscomn A OSGOOD Are now reciting 'at the I'lirmfr'i Ewlianiic im I pMnlc'i Cath Slorr. A LARGE and deritblu Stock of Goods, consisting of a gootl assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, lliirdwar.-,Crotkrry, Ren. dy made Clothing, Bonis A Shoes, Hals 4 Caps and Gents' Furnishing Gouds, togeth er with Nails, Gjasa, Paints, Oils, Ae,, K. All of which are offered Ibr Cash, approved credit, or in exchange for most kinds ol Farm Pioduce on Ihe most liberal terms and at n coedingly low prices JIAVJNG TOOLS. Having n large assortment of Haying To,.U on hand we nre luduoed to oiler thein very low fur Cath. D. Taft A Sons. Sidley Dutitoti, March's Cast .Steel V Steel Honk Scythes we are selling at Manufacturer's pri ees, ranging from folly. two lo seventy-lite cents t-aeh. We have a Stock of Goods on hand and are ilrtermincd to tell them, anil we confident ly believe that we shall be nble to intiify Ihe most Jijjiailt that in the ouality nnd ;rirs of our Goods we are not loio init by any con cern in ths Country. Wst. II ListoMn, Join Osenon. Rutlund, July e'th, Ifrfil. tr, lYIISSES HOSIERY & OKOeES- C. BUI1T 4- HON, have ju.t ree.f,1 from New York, Misses ami ehililrmis' Cul ton Hose and I.iln Thread Cloves. Rutland, titi4 7, 151 "ALI. THAT'S IIBIflllT MUST FAIdl, TUB IlttlOIITEST STII.I. TUB FLEETEST.' (When Tom .Voora wrote this song, Har risons Columbian Inks had not come into genera' use.) TO MKKCI1A.HTN ANI HL'SIXESS MK, II L. SPENCER has mads siirh nrtangs meats wilu tbn insnni'aetiirer of Harrison's Columbian Inks, as enables hint tu sell th uittca, limn.rieil ami Uarmuie, m (nsrl. Pint 8 ounce, 4 ouuee and 'J ounce bottles, at lbs lowest urlirleaalw iirii-e. in llitl.Hutl,i. 1 . the dozen sr gross. All orJers thanklully receitru. Rutland, Yerniont. IterTICS, This certifies that I have litis day gitrn my son Albert 8. Wilkins, a miiiur, Ins tint during the reuiaiud.-r of bis minority, and shall claim none or his earnings nor pay any ihlrts of his contracting after this dale. H EL A II WILKINS. Mcudon. July UI, IS.'il. 'Jx JJL V 23r,J85K 'PHIS day tereivi-ed Fiesh supply ol an,.. 1 gar, Tes, Coffee, Fish, Oil, Ac. O. L IIO0lfJNi4. 7iONNi:-rTjooiis. COUNTRY' .MERCH AN I'S aiul MII.LINKRM visiting tha t 'ily.sre respectfully inl rmad lhal at our old stand, Not. C I cy CC A7 Stent, sre are prepared lo .ell, upon lbs best tsisna and al the l iwe.t ,ric" u lerg ssd full ai. fiisblooable nsiorluci.t of Kuliutti, sti .uUK lu part of also an oifcriinont of RIWOAS, FLOWERS, TARS. ait'HKS. ItO.V.VKr LINIWUM. KT'J a'l r.f uUcb w woul I rtsf rrKallr si you exuiiss In fore iiifeliaiir,g eliewlirrr, V. D. ELfilB k CO. 01 & C) Liliit iSriiKtr, I.Obtov, ITTW's sre associated with an ntausiv, Nw York House, and .lull eun.rqarnlly fui iiish always the tery latest styles' Ituiton, Marib H, lUil. IU Zm. TO FADMEnS AND OTITEItlSHAV INQ T1MDER FOR SALE I ooUTfioUr, to u rititrNl .1 ristpeiol'. r.tx-i Mill is.1 is. l -t It 'sjn tie Am i.,ia xi.iHi irslcad sd ut Jtl ,Mt lnr.hi ln.e, S4e'l .ajtj 1 1 U ctcfiiilul l.oii, Juljr Z'-lK l "Sir l.lliil ALSO WANTED. XIX MK.V i work llnj out tU.U... tlmtssi, to IU'.n K.slj sp!otA4tl B,l4 0,a1 i(h ..111 (Man l in osct ftr ui'-ntU. '.'ill W. F. GOO KIN. rVu-W.il, IT, YOf. sls xt f.ANIJ'Ji' A. OF, A VF.5 .Vj-f.t 9th, IiJ.