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-T . "VfOTICE. The Board of Civil Author- J.1 jty, and Auditors, Constable and Treasurer of Clarendon are requestea to meet at the brick School lloue, on the bouth t lata, Saturday, Feb. 2ad, at 1 o'clock 1 . M., to settle the claims of said town and abate taxes, aud also to settle with the Constable and t reasurer, and all persons holding dating against said town are requestea to present their claims on or be- lore said day. JEW V I liMITU H. HAYWAiD, Clarendon, Feb. 12th, 1S61. J c OLE'S OYSTEB A N P RESTAUAN Also, Confectioner, fruit and Ice Cream Saloon, f OVL LEVIES & GENTLEMEN, Ko. 1 Merchants' Bow, Rutland, Vt. In connection with the above establishment, there are fitted up a suite of Supper Rooms, lor the accom modation of 1'iivate 1'arties. Also, a good Dancing lull, with Dreeing KoonjS. Oysters in every style, and son. A HOME W ITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. Within One Hour' liide of Philadelphia. nZJ?"!1. obtained of Landis & I Selectmen,. I miles of good land at 72 HAMMONTON H fl II Q IT I 30 miles South East of PhilariBtr.r.!.. y, j "' v.i,,otr ucrsey, now oner It FOR 8ALB - i(,in)uatj XAKU AHDVIT.Ma . e.a TO A 'Tl' A T DMmi r. AT.hrSp?,rty ffirilyin nPn the Camden and Atlantic Railroad, has the adrantaire of several r.ii. road stations. Hammontnn I'-..,...- ... i . time, ia nn nfth. .. , C ! fciretliBDl tlementseyer started It only commenced threars vvuu(t,44i AlUaV 1111111 I It PS I Vantn.fi. GREEN MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE SOUTH WOnnsmr ir Spring Term wUl begin on Thursdav r.h,.r 4Wt, and continue eleven weeks under the ehir 7e . llrif Ta nwvn.v . E B aii frmak'?' o a 1 cipal, K B. oHERMAlS, A. B.. Associate Prinoipal, With asMstanta In the several departments, In ad- fc .i7 I "Ka ,na ensive course In both .ntt!ui.L9' K00 opportunities sr. afford ing ElocuUon.' ""Te mting,Fr.nch This school was founded bv the ITnivr.ii. t.. nomination, and has been extensively patronlaed bv the liberal public. No effort will be spared to make it worthy of a generous support. For further information tnYi.it address the Principal. vv.iguee 0-0 w T WM. R. SHIPJIAN. o aeo I hundred peop C L O S Ell delicacies in their sea- 7 f refinement and inteiH are mostly from New Knrlanri .na .i.6 "i 7.i.. r xr, VU .P'ntea extensively a number of Vineyards and Fruit Orchards Thenlace has Stores, Mills, Schools, Meetings of variSuf Se? nominations. Nurseries and Brickyard, and all th riOMPLIME NTAltY BENEFIT j AT COLE'S HALL, No. 1 Merchants' Row, Rutland, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1S61. Complimentary benefit to G. II. COLE. Music, 5 pieces Hall tickets. VI. 1 nose nisning carriages will please leave meir orders at note's uvster Mouse. J 1l- i. 1 .mj ah A .... . , U C T I O N ! the stock of JULIUS H. MOTT, 21 The balance f c)nHitinir of BOH's, SHOES, HATS, CATS, CLOTHS, TRIMMINGS, READY M A1K CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, and STORE FURNITURE. Idether with.the notes and accounts remaining due FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15th, 1861, Alternoonand evening, at the store recently occu pied by Julius H. Mott, Cramton & Nichols' Block uu Mrcnanis- now, Kutlaad. v t " lw C. L. CASE, Assignee.. 6-8w u o SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING V OF THIS WKKK, AT " - LL PERSONS indebted to'tnoTYifust V fettle betore the 25th of this month or their ac- i. ... i . ... : . i. A.. at,,p.,iv fir tt l(t inn . Counts Will oe leu nu. ou ...u. uW .-. - - Keb. 14th, 1SG1. J. M. HAVEN. 0 1 O N C K R T ! Th. singers of t'astleton, unaer tue direction oi Mr '. N. HIOMAS, will give a VOCAL CONCERT, IN THE TOWN HALL. AT CASTLETON, KRIISaY EVENING, FEB. 22, 1861, Agisted by Mr. A. R Sabin, of Middlebury Col. The music will consist of urUiA CHORUSSES. SONGS. DUETTS, TRIOS, yUARTETTS, GLEES, Ac. 1 i. kets of admission, 15 cents. Doors open o . lock. Coucert to commence at 7. t. "Y8 Dece8ary to a thriving population. 1 he Settlers who have rleara f.f and cultivated it understanding, have TaiVd Targe I RTJOf IIP and profitable crops. The soil filii?A I J-UCllUi u-ii..,.t , ... . . . : " particularly adapted to the cultivation nfth. ' Gr R A J? E . and Finer Fruits. 1 be land is various in quality from a liuht trucking soil to "-Vk 8lome P"rtin of the tract have a sand surface " uusuiA-iiuu, oiuer parts are quite destitute of. 'luraiiwcuciuKAiiciv; 10am land. It is called A very best soil lor choice Fruits and Vegetables . THE CLIMATE IS DELIGHTFUL, uciugiucuwa in me most tempebatb latitude in America. The winters are short and wnHA . e"ry being mcstly above treeezing point. The Sum mers are long, the air pure and invigorating. The vvumry is unsurpassed lor its Healthiness, fevers be ing entirely unknown. Many Pulmonary complaints ucvg cureu vy m vuuqb to mis Climate. Tne water throughout is excellent: Wells, irenxraiiir ten to lifteeii feet in depth to never-lailintr sorinira nr Running brooks and large streams traverse the tract, lhe district aboundi. in mni-t There is hardly t tract to be found of five hundred acres without having sufficient muck and deposits to supply a great portion ot manure. It will be seen by relerence to the man thia !.ni. ity possesses the BfiST MARKETS for all finds of produce of any place in the United States. Its markets are Philadelphia and New York, tWO Of the largest Oitiea in th ifninn anl A,lu..i City, one of the best bathing places on the Atlantic It is in a settled country where no danger or risk is incurred, and is within a lew hours ride of New England and the Middle States. There are many iudustiious people throughout the country with some little means, who instead of being day laborers or tenants at home, can become independ ent tarmers in this place. A man with small means can make a good beginning, but a man without any means or the aid ot friends, had better remain in an o!d place where houses have been forsaken and rent is cheap. FUR CAPES, at $4.00, value 6.00. FUR CAPES, at $5.00, value 8.00. FUR CAPES, at 11-50, value 15.00. FUR :iTIFFS. at &2 SO vln A nn r rr vvf . www A.VV ONG SHAWLS. $8.00 BUOCHE SQUARE SHAWLS, $2,00 -uiAAiUii, VVUUL SHAWLS fionn B. H. BURT i t-ntuM duifijfiriiMU, 2 1-2 yd8 wide. LINEN PILLOW CASES ak in.t,i. RLEACUE0 COTTON, 7 1-2 cents per yard. u uuakiisk COUNTERPANES, 91 26 each LINEN DAMASK, 2 yards wide. TABLE CLOTHS, NAPKINS AND DOYLERS, At Popular Prices. B. H. BURT. STEPHEN FRENCH. GREAT PANIC AMONG THE CHARLESTON! A wbi FORT SUMTER NOT TAKEN Owins to the diattirbed ntmto r tha al. subcr;bei bas concluded to offer his entire stock. 'ot ate 2w l,l4C OF LET reits K-iiiainiiig in the Post Office at Kutland, Februs ry IH'll. Au"in. Matilda Cenwlict, Sarah Itartit-r, Mollie Killings, Arlinda Ciiveney. Jane M ( urtis. Mrs K S C'lu'Kon, SU!au B l. ullius, Kate E i lieenev, llellen L ( urtirt Francis M ( lurk, Kanny Curtis, Kliz B C a -i :, Kate I'r'lilIiHe. Kettfey r illins Betr-cy inveu, A S t lement, Annie K Ilehell, Mrs Willirm benis. Iivinn 2 1 er, K Betsey Kuller, Mrs Kmerett E Ki!k, Mrs ArremUsa (joulil, Messiam douNI, Mrs Dexter Hail. Klia 1' 2 lloyt, Melissa Iviinball, Arabella Kelly, Mary and D Libby. Augusta l.oveday, Margret Lew id. Maria LADIES' LIST. Lystan, Annie Mavnard. Mary Mitchel. Mary 2 Martin, Maria Mui-sey, Mrs L B. McDurmot, Bridget Morri , Hannah L Morgan, Joann t V M Hi u ire, Augusta B Nichols, Mis J C Nichols. Mrs O F Pratt, M '8 Alberta Pstfait. Matilda Read, Lucy K", 1-oretfe, J Rohinxnii, Mary E Reeil, Marib Robertson. Mrs Steven, Susan M SkauttaiMl, Mary Ann Shed, Mary Ann Segar, Abbv 2 Tuttle, Cyntlia P Vanuess, Mrs E D sV vman, Mrs D L White. Mrs Betsey Weatherly, Mrs Frank Wells, Mrs C Ware, Sarah A Weeks, Mrs Kufus Wheley, Mary GENTLEMEN' LIST. Atwood, L E2 A lileu, J 12 Avery, D Adams. A Itucon. VV A Hi 1 1 in s. William Bachelor. Simeou He It at I'eter Blit. lVter Bolau, Martin Brigs, John Barney, John 2 Bud, James U Berry, II S Batchelder, George ll..i-J.ll AA Button, 11 BrigKs. H L Bvrue, Edward Bennett. K.dward R Kiiyne. C L lilaiicliurii, li Brain. A C t lark, W W Cochrane, Or. T II Candler, l'rol 1 C ( nlvin, B ( lar. Lewis Capron, M R ( ox, John Coil. urn, J M I'ulHir Jaines I ...ik, Henry 2 I n'li. Horace ( u'.uinn. ,eo t Curtis. Oilbert utuiuinan, K au pune, Wm B Carti-r. Uev. C'has J I'n.itfe. (., F i lu.l.y. f D'llei L Ku-'mtin, J ohu .-tev. J Huier, Geo W 1. 1) le Karrnl. l'tter h ilimore, L B Held, Henry V mlier, r ranch) A Kixter, KS 2 Fuller, David U i ieanon, Luther tiraliam, J B Oaline, James Gaines, C W Gerard Edward Giflbrd, G W Griggs, S J bruwold, Or S H liregory, Palmer Hunter, R C 2 tlazelton,N Hammond, Lewis Hone, G G Howard, Rev Francis Hinklee, George Huzzy. Or L Irish, 11 N 2 Ingram, Arthur Jenowe. I' J ones, I'eter Jordou, Amaa Kellogg. J r, T Kiluu, Nnd C Keuard, J M Keiley Isaac D3 hinu, Geo A K nights, C Kempt, BeuJ A Kilreain, llarllley Ruffe, Alexander Looiuih & Allen Lewis, Samuel Lyman. W Lyuoh, Michael Lethbridge, John Leach, L Henry Lyman, D L Loomis, Douglas P Leonard, G A Learned. B F Lynch, Peter Leronx, 1'aul McCormiok, Robert Meagher, Michel I'erKons oalling for any Advertised " Murrv, John L McCarthy, J HcCad'erty, E l win McC'ummersou, Malcolm Mnrraiy, Edmund Morgan. A C Mellen, Abner McDonald, Andrew North, J 2 NhNou, John E OsViurn. Crosby tMigay, Alexander 2 O Brine, D Fainr, B F Parker. R 1'ersons, L E Phelan, Michael Pratt. Albert 2 Pern . G W 2 I'ratt. F N 3 Porter, Eben Planted, Edwin B Putman, C F I'lnney , A Perkins, Dnniel I'erhins, A Jr 2 Payuet, Antoyne Richard, I H Rugg, W W Read, Wm 2 Rod rts, Robert Richardson, R Russell, George RobiusoD, D VV" Richardson. ASS Renolds, Bradly Shanley, W F3 Sar-eut, Wm Stone, Wm Smith, Timothy Simmons. Tim or Wm Sackett Solomen Shell, Michael Stearns, U Sirard, Lewis Southard. J U Seaward, J VV Smith, J li Sanger, J Sage, James Smith, Henry 2 Spencer, H L Speucer, G D Spencer, G " 4 Stannard, Col Geo J Shipman, Harvey Simmon, Andrew Seddy. Barnard Saflbrd, C F Snow, E Stafford ft Foster Segwart, F Tower, Bradley Turrill, C'has E Taylor, Henry A Traverse, John Tuhsiug. Mathias Town, M B Tiremon, Thos Thorn, S N Varin, F H Woodard, Isaac Wilson, D Ward, Peter Wheeler,Paul Walsh, P Westbrooks, S S Weeks, Hubert Watkins. R Walker, Tristram Winters, Thomas Wilkins, WalHce L W illiams, Enos 4 Co Wheeler, C H Wetherly. Chas Warren, A C Whitney, Abraham Wombley, Albert Willard,JR Whit, K E Warren, Jncob Wilcox, Wm Wilson, Win II Whitney, Wm A Wing, Vm Vork, T any or the above, wm p'.ease I. McDANlELS, P. M. LOCATION, PLAN OF SALES, AND OPERATIONS. The course parsued heretofore lias been to sell only to actual settlers, or those who would improve with in a given time, ana the result is, a LARGE, FLOURISHING SETTLEMENT. And land lias been known to raise in value four-fold to one vear These lands are divided into two dis trict. The Atnioo district, north and immediately back of Hammonton Station, containing about thirty thousand acre-. The Batsto district east, between Hammonton, East Hammonton, and Pleasant Mills, con'ainine ten thousand acres The farm lands on the "Atsion'.' will be sold in quantities to suit purchasers from $12 to $20 per Acre. The 20 acre farm lots in the Batsto district will be sold from S15 TO 830 PER ACRE. Village and Town Lots at East Hammonton 40 TO 100 PER ACRE. Village and Town Lots at Hammnoton from 30 TO S200 PER ACRE An indisputable title will be given to purchasers. In the State of New Jersey there is a LIBERAL HOMES'! EAD LAW which protects the Homestead to the extent of ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED dollars. Under the tirm conviction that this arrangement will afford au opportunity lor THOUSANDS TO OBTAIN A HOMESTEAD unit hotter their condition, and onen ud a new coun- trv to a practical utility and beauty never before witnessed, we lay thia proposition before the world. LAN DON, NORTH & CO. N. B. Persons wishing to make enquiries by letter. inrlosine stamp, will be answered cheerluUy. Address or apply to . John Landok, or Dr. J. H. North, Hammonton, Atlantic County, Ne v Jersv: Juan Kknan, Vveymouth, N.J.; N'ku'mam Weiss. Aeeut for New England, at Kut land, Vermont; And S. W. DicKSOM. Philadelphia, la ' New Kngland Office in Buffam's Block, Merchants' Row, over Rutland Courier office, near the Depot. I7KUIT &c ORNAMENTAL TREES, JL SHRUBS, vines AND ROSES. TRACY & MEECH, Offer for sale the coming Spring : APPLE, Fine healthy trees, two to three m PEAR, StandardandDwarf , general assortment twoto three year old A splendid assortment, two to three years old. CHERRIES. QUINCES, PEACHES, CURRANTS, RASPBERRIES. GOOSEBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, c. G HA PES: The- following new and fine varieties: Diand, Del aware, Anna, Concord. Hartford Prolific, Moneith, &0,C- PLANTS: Verbenas, 200 varieties, a superb CO'lection. Fuch sias 60 varieties, tine, new double. Dahlias, &0splen did'varieues. Carnations, a tine assortment. Petu nias, new double varieties. Heliotropes, Salvias. Lantanas, Veronicas, Bou vardias, Geraniams, and an extensive collec tion of Beddiug and Greenhouse Plants. It is desirable that all orders should be sent in be fore the first ot April. TRACY t MEECH. Shelburn, Vt , Feb, 6, 1861. Cambric Collars and setts, Cambric Edgings, Lace l .-. j : .. 'i t . .. j T." : i. .. f . ! . 1 rreucn corsets, .eptiyr worsteds, Heavy Stock Hosiery, Velvet Ribbon, Cottons, Prints, Shawl Borderings, Leggings, Dimmity Rands, Linen Napkins, TABLE COVERS, WEB LINEN, Linen Bosoms, Nankeen, Brilliantes, Crash, Cambrio, Nainsooks, Linen Handkerchiefs, Cotton Ud'kts, Esmeraiaas, weD lace, umgnams, lanneis, Window Tassels. Velvet Buttons.Chenile, and Beads, Hoop Skirts, Netts, tc,. &.O., ko., AT COST! UNTIL MARCH 1st, 1861. N. B. The subscriber is now in market, selection a iarge.and choice lot of Goods,whieh he will offer at low prices tor casn. There will be a discount of fi cer cent, to all indebt ed to the sub'scriber, who 1U call and pay within ten days. Clarks' New Biock Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt-, Feb. 4 1861. E. N. M CURIAM. I ADIES, send in your SEWING ! It JLi will be done in a neat and expeditious manner ou the best machine in the market, at E. N. aiEKKlAM'S. JIANOS, MELODKONS, HARMO- uiums and Musical Instruments of all kiods. 1 be place to get them is at JL.. i 31 r. Rill A 3- I IORT SUaMTER GRAND MARCH, X Price, 25 cents. MAJOR ANDERSONS' QUICK STEP 25 " Just received at the MUSIC 8T0RE. s OME FINE SILVER 4th STRINGS for Violins, at 4 tt E. N. MKRRIAM S. IN :EW AND POPULAR SONGS! 25 cu. 25 25 26 I wish I was in Dixeys Land, Heleu Clare, ..... No, thank you sir, or Fairy May, Sweetest Love I'll not forget thee, INSTRUMENTAL. Dixie Polka, ...... Dixies Land and Reel, - - Skyrockets, as played by 7th Regiment, L. Amazone Jiazarna caprice, Deux ttevenes, oy vt m. juason, ho. l, No 2. Fieurs D Kte' Valse Brillivnte, by W m. Jucho, Any or all of the above sent by mail on the marked price. a,, a. JUf.KbHAH. W. B. MUSSEY & CO. REAL SUAKER BROOMS, at W. B. MUSSEV ft CO 8. 26 25 25 50 to 30 50 receipt ot M CCOLLOaM'S COUGH CANDY. an excellent remedy for Coughs, Colds, ke. W. B. ML jJSEi' Jt. CO. DEOPLE WILL HAVE that ' Ilium" X Flour, kept by W. B. MUSSEV h CO. B A R R E ACADEMY The Spring 'lerm will begin on Thursday, Februa ry 21st, liShi Barre, Vt., Jan. 21. 1S61. S. SPAULDING. 5-3w MASON & CHENEY, HAVE just received a large assortment of NEW (jOODS consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, &c. Our stook of Goods is now much larger than we libve ever keut betore. and we are determined to LOW AS THE LOWEST ! Ol'lease call and examine. lOUIv, FLOUR AND LARD, at A mauiiv s, riuvi'va i VICE PICKLES, all readyforu.se, at ' MASON & UlifciNKI S. TO. 1 MACKEREL, bv pound or in nuts, HAv MAStlN l CHENEY'S. "aTRAL. FOR FEED, at MASON & CHENEY'S. OOL yil ALU I UF LADLTiH SLIl'S tor 60 cents, at SIASUS & CUEEX'S. Main Street, Rutland, Feb. 14. f-tl gLACK RIVER ACADEMY. The Trustees of this Institution have made an en gagement with LYMAN WALKER, A B., an experienced and successful Instructor, to take the permanent management of the school, commenc ing with tha Spring Term' February 28, 1861. A lull board of competent Teachers will be imme diately engaged. It will be the purpose and determination of tbe Trustees and Prinoipal to make this a Model School, and furnish to those in attendance all the advantages of our best Institutions, to H them for leaders, lor Business Lite or lor College. CALENDAR Spring Session ( of 11 weeks) Commences Feb. 28, 1861. Summer Session, Commences May 15th " Fall Session, Commences Sept 4th " TUITION. Common English Branches, '- 83,50 Higher ' " - - 4.00 Primary Department, - 2,00 Latin and Greek, (each extra,) ,60 Music, French, Drawing and Painting, (extra) at the usual rates. J . Tuition payable at the end of six weeks. No Stu dents admitted for less than halt a Term, except by special agreement, .,.. foriunuer pariiuuiiiioiiiii yciovu.j "j Or alter r eoruary auiu, iviub IRA PEARSON, President Trustees. F. C. ROBBIM8, Secretary. Ludlow, Vt., January 10, 1861. 4-6w to the undersigned, Prinoipal. G NEW GALLERY OF FINE ART ! The subscriber would most respectfully an nounce to tho citizens of Rutland and vicinity that he has or"" NEW ROOMS, in CLARK fc BRO'S' NEW BLOCK, Corner of West Street and Merchants' Row, where he w ill be pleased to see his former patrons, and ex ecute for them orders in all branches ol the PHOTOGRAi'HIC ART, Ha has spared no pains or cost fn fitting up a Gal lery which he trusts will proye worthy the acknowl edged artistic tasje ofhe citizens ot Rutland. li ) dees not dtfy competition, but is willing to com pare his pictures with t hose made by the leading artists in the country, and submit to the unbiased judiiment of the public. li.j is happv to announce that he has secured the services of Mr. JAMES O. MERRILL, who baa achieved a high reputation s an Artist. Mr. Morrill will take charge of the rooms and will be happy to receive customers or others, who may desire to while away an hour or two in the study of character as seen in the hum?n lace divine. lie hopes to make this Gallery a plaoe of resort for all who would enjoy " The feast of reason and flow of soul " The subscriber wishes it to be distinctly understood that be wilt continue his business at tbe old Pionec fcatablishroeut, Uuton Building, Maid street, u.ikder I. is itMNoual autervtaioii. types, Ambrotypes or l'hotograpl)g, Miniature or Jjiie size, neaiiy coioreu in wnt oiaaing lueiu iar superior to the old Portrait, -8u i. aiunutt, SOME NICE, FRESH CRANBER ries will be found at W. B. MUSSEY k CO S. M USSEY & CO.. sell Sam'l Horn's Candles, full weight and excellent burners. OYRUPS AND MOLASSES, just re- O ceived by W.B. MUSSEY fc CO. H. DILLINGHAM furnishes W. B. M5USEY & CO., with Sage Cheese. ANDERSON'S SOLACE TOBACCO is the Best in tb world. Litientbal's "Young America " is better yet. Both of these, together with Goodwin's and Greer's, are kept bv W. B. MUSSEY fc CO. M FROM EVERYWHERE BUY THEIR W. B. M. fcCO. EN COFFEE of YOU MUST NOT THINK ntn that everybody runs to MUSS . Y'S fr,r taeir Groceries. It is always tbe case where tb largest and best assortment u kept, especially when the price is so reasonable as theirs is. 5 I. M. SOUTH WICK. SE). H. TALMEH. fEBRUARY 14th, 18tl NEW GOODS! A LARGE STOCK JUST OPENED AT PALMER'S Bleached and Unbleached Cottons, Tickings, De nims, Cotton Flannels, Checked Shirtings, 8 1-4 Yd wide sheeting, Wool Flannels, Shaker do., Battings, Wlcking, Knitting Cotton, Babes Quilts, Table Linens, Curtain Cambrio, &o. PRINTS, 6 14 cts. per vard, good -1- quality and fast colors. J ' e PJamJ3' 7 1-2 Cta- er yard' excellent 2g ROLLS Good Batting for $1.00. JADIES' CLOAKS, Less than Ccst. NEW STYLE the Hair LADIES' NETS, for JOB LOTS LADIES' SHOES, AT MUCH LESS THAN COST I JQADIES' Congress Gaiters, 75c pr.pair. JADIES Laced Gaiters, 75c per pair. T ADIES'' Double Sole Sewed Kid Shoes. -Li 75 eenu rrr pair. JADIES' Kid Sewed Bootees,75c pr.pair FARWELL'S Enamelled Jenny Lind BOOTS, 75 cents per pair. HARWELL'S French Kid Buskins, 75 cents per pair. LADIES' Heavy Calf Bootees, 76 cents per pair. NEEDLES. 200,000 Needles, best qualRy , selling at 3 cents per paper. JINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. lOO dox. very fine, at 12i cts. each. 1.200 PAIRS HEAVY RIBBED HOSE, only Jii cents per pair. HOW TO GET ALONG IN HARD TIMES. BUY YOUR, FLOUU, SUGAR, BUTTER, CHEESE 1 i; ! 'etfiT""'" "N It! I I 11,1 B I KTEW UAMl'TON INSTITUTION. t Aliil AX, VT. Terms commence February 13. and May 1. lHtil ' for Catalogue or information, address " 4 Frof D. W. UOYT, r. XT "-, Cor. Secretary. l.UtoJf.Jda. 81,1-1. VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE'; Y At Middle Granille, N. Y., situated two 'je8 from the ftatiroad station. There is cm he fair an elegant new Brick House, good store hour e two stories, hog house, hen house, a sew horse rjB'rn and curriage house built in tbe best manner.. Aj t)lepe buildings are covered with slate, one arg e iarm barn aiiu uuc oiiccli uai itx iub uieauow-, 1'jereig an old orchard of nearly one hundred n.a young orchard comprising three hundred tree ,f the best varieties 01 aiijiibb, im, iiiiiui s-ji Cherries: also ines, currauU. strawberri raspberries. frape hree or tour tnousana uapie t'rm, and Jilteen acres oi """" a a fourth mile ot the bouse. Every lot on the farm ,a .ever failing water on it. I here is large bed of TOUOk within twenty-live rods of the barn. The sou is a triable slate tormation. and has produced, without manure, tne past year. Oats wtJ buB"eU to the re. " Cora at the rate ot sixty bushels to the acre. I win sal, uxtv acres of tbe land w-ith the build in its c. 1 ,nhri!?.u6' l"' ell the whole t.getnf? comprleing 17 acres at great bargain. Part of the puroia money can remain on inVrtgagfif desired March ZltmakiU' W"t btforVta 25 f ,hFeDrri'J,?rn,ttti0n'-PP!y VolK&n the premises, or to a. Siocum or Chas H. Bull Middle OranviUe, or to John Landon, KutUnd 6-ew Axr, PROVISIONa OF ALL KINDS, Of I. M. SOUTHWICK, No. 5 Mennants' Row, Kutland, Vt. X FLOUR, $6.00. XX FLOUR, $7.00. THE FAMILY PEACEMAKER, $8.00 CHEESE: FAIR, 10 cents per lb. EXTRA, 11 cents per lb. WILLIAM OTIS', 13 cents per lb. We particularly invite Hotel Keepers and heads of families who look to theirfown interest, and who buy tor CASH to give us a call and satisfy themselves. I. M. SOUTHWICK. Rutland, Jan. 30, 1861. 6tf RAZORS, each good art icle at 25 cents FUENCH & KINGS LEY. A LL the best patterns o f SOFAS. DIVASS, TETE-A-TETES, IUNOES, MAHKASSES. tsfUIXU BEDS. CENTRK TABLES, WHAT-NOTS, BLiKKAUS. SECRETARIES, BEDSTEADS, ninttuns, Oak Chamber Setts, Flowered Chamber Setts, Easy Chairs, Sola Seat ' hairs, Cane Seat Chairs. Wood Seat Chairs, Sick Chairs. Ac, fto , at FRENCH A KINGS LEY'S. E W hXy SCALES! FRENCH at. K IN08LEY. have the onlv re- iable ones in town- A new set of Uowa'a Bar. N H OWE'S CELEBRA TED SCALES. , "hem Scales have taken I . . ' "he Vermont State Fi 1J II A Ua . .... the Med- air Foub Years in nK,o ?? the me?' . fy"y plaoe they have hib.ted . year. Aiiainasior ltl St BUDUtLfllnn.nl nrli.Ai . FRENCH V KINOSLEY'8 VV RED WHEAT FLOUR, , -VV XX White Winter Wheat F. onr n? Supertine Flour, and a nice Family Flou"' " fren from the mills, and for ssle at ,, FRENCH A KINGKLr. 8 PAINE, ALLEN, TON 1) & CO. pUltM! FURS!! FURS!!! FA IN Kid), re selling Ladies Dress Fars at greatly red need prlte. Now i the time lr those chat want Fuis. Call earlv a-the w " ill I sold and at great bargains. z Q L O T II I N J ! CLOTHING ! FAINS k CO., now offer their Urge stock of WINTER CLOTHING AT COST ! iThey ere all bought for cub, and will be sold at uie casn cost price. Call and see. No charge for showing goods. B OOTS AND SHOES! 1 he largest stock in Kutland, can be found at FAIN LA COS Cramton k, Nichols' Block. " B UFFALO ROBES!! 4 - " ' .,"m I QUENCH sKINIit' . LEY bare a nea 1'AINEfc CO., are selling BufTaio Robes at great baiius. Lined fc00, Unlined. and complete assort ment of Coflin". Cas- . kets and nuria!;ae, ;! T, ofevery size, style and Li?i tion paid tc all orders from out ol town. po COAL ! Lehieh Laca- wana, ail sizes at ttt-L ll c o A KINGS LEY'S. iUMBERLAND COAL, at i RENCU ft KINGSLEY S. 1L CLOTH ail width and pattern, at mt.MII A MhiLtl rpAI'ESlRY, INGRAIN. SuperHn three plv Car 1 peting, at FRENCH h!NGLEY'S. f ATTING, BOOKING, Cotton and Wool, and i 1 stair Carpeting, at IKF.M.U A rilUSI-r-I s. BREAD !-The " Waterford CELLING O Mills ' LIKE Flour, at FRENCH ft KISGSLEY'S. G LASS CUT TO OKDFK.at FRENCH ft KINGSLEY S i ) BIILDFKS Hsrd wsre.l.ocks.llsrd Bells, Door Bells, Ac., &C, at F. ft KS 4 1 IV FAINTS and Oils at F. ft K S. 500 SAP TLBS FOR SALE, at FRENCH ft KINGSLEY S 7 OR TTIE CAR- penter and Me chanic we hsre a full stock ot Tools of the mort approved Jat terni. F. fc K S. IXR THE V. X SMIIH. SCTSSORS, per pair. from 8 cents tt 75 cents ALEXANDER'S only 85 cents per pair KID GJ-OVES, BLACK we have all the n-e-ar tool, and a la-k-e ai-ortmect V of ,the bt of iron i , .... i HOE-MAKEKs TOoI.s. at FRENCH s 11 ft KINGSLEY S. )OTE, ALL Ml.ES. St r rir-.i. ii iv i.MiSLr, i 11 jar- Ml PLUSH LINED only 26 cents per pair. KID GLOVES. H E r E'A C E M A K K K , NEW COOKTaNO STOVK, for Wood or coal. I'ATESTEh JCLY -nth, I !-Co Munulaclured by S . 11 . 14 A N .SO... Ac CO., ALBA N Y, N. Y., Has received the mHt.-T ruKXli'l at raoie than thirt) diliereut lairs It is the greatest ana uei iiitiiuiuuiii iu,.,hu Comprises vtithiu a given pace uioi e unprot eiueuls and conveniences muu auy uiuer cuuiun i-i... ir ujTb six boiler holes of ull si.k, AMI A ' lloasting ami lirodimj Chamber, in which Rousting cau be done oua turn fpit dirtrily oeorehiujirr: ana bruutnt; be Uoue over lire rutis, wiitiout ail) luiues or euioae eK;apmg into the room. IliE BAKING OVK.N is large, thoroughly venliiated.aud.is lurni.-hed w it b a i'ateut Fuaiue.ed Oven liolloui a uew, valuaOle and attractive luventiou. 1 he etuvr l.- supplied wilha MOVEABLE Uol WAlE.t KESLKolK, cohtiii ; but about hait as much a tne ordinary per inaueut Copper Keservoir, while it is more con venient, as u cu he eacii) cuancd liom teuiuieu., aul untd or removed al p easure. THE PEACE MAKE P. iuvniiii uo mure mum than the coiniuou kind ol cooking move with oul; lour boiler hoiew, while iks Capacity is One-Half Greater. It requires no exieuoive and cumbersome Tin appli--...-li as tin Oveu. VVaruiiuif Cio-et, lop Cover! Ac, to adapt it to tlie waut-i ol a lamily, but tscomuieutn itszlt , and coutaius in the higaet Ue uree all tne iaciuties lor periorming tLe cu.mar wotk ol a household with ECONOMY CONVENIENCE AND DlsI'ATCH. 1 will deliver the above Slove iu aoy town (where there is uot au Agent lor ltw sale ol it,) in Kutlaua County, and set a up, and at ti.e end ol tliiitv days lUldifs uol perloiui all tnat is claimed lor it I will take iqawaj auu uiaivr Any pareuu aisuiug io iry Order L luaii ui i" or jiescnptiou can '.'uokeep agooda-ortmeiit of other Cook and Fr"or Sloven, alAO, Hollow Ware, 1'umps, Lead l ipe, Ac, AC. I u.i.u manulacture all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Coper W are All kiiidi. ol Jootiiug N E VV S O F T O C K spring" clothing H JUST RECEIVED, H ALL THE LATEST STYLE. EAVY CLOTHING S ELLIN' O AT LESS THAN COST! one can send me their ftiu wiiiiuk a iiauiiii.c-. have one scut theui by uumiii& nie uiy line at- teuded to. Hampton, Washiugto Co., N. Y. F. W. MOSELEi . 1-3111 N T 1 C E . We hereby appoint FRANCIS F K N N , OF RUTLAND, THE SOLE AGENT FOR OUR COPPER AND EKRODUM PENS. EN IN MA It A to I ' Ink- HIE BE SI P They will not Corrode in any . M- SANSON ft co. 6-4 w At Rutland, Feb. 14, 1861- GEO H. PALMER'S. 7 aMISS MARY M. DOW, TEAI IIEU OF THE PI AMO-FOKTK, CENTRAL HOUSE, RNTLAND, VT. 2 3m- I APS! CAPS!! CAPS!! V.' C.M made to order b, fAINK k CO. S HIPPING FURS! AH kinds of raw Furs bought by Faint ft Co., and the highest cas b price paid. G lENTLEMEN'S OVER-SHOES ! A larire stock ou baud of all kinds and .el hug low by 1'AIM. A CO !OOTS!A.L SHOES ma.le to order J by the be.t ul ork men, and warranted by FAINE A ' O VEW STYLE OF HATS and OA t;S X Just received b FAINE ft CO. J UST RECEIVED at Ptiue CVt.. a large quajmiy ol LADIES SHOES, F rom the ceiebtsted MauuiaCtory ol M D !! OU.ND i v a U.N DI ! v ill be found at l'AINK ft CO S . a la ge Mock ot Ladies 2h ol al, fciud. 1 the best iiuaiily, aud iowert price lAuttaod, Jau. lo. IVit. Ui'i'ALO AND COON ou hand and male to order by COATS a-tf I'AIN E ft CO C U'STOM TAILORING ROOMS ! W . W . M c C ALL, CKAMTON ft NIcUoLS' BLOCK, L'l' STAIRS. Would give noticeeto his friends' aod the pablic generally, ti.at he lias made arraugemeut witn v erai ti ret cias I'liilil iMHrnnvi: vr inunvi, tliil'KES, In New York, w hereby samples ol the latent siyle ol goods de-igtitd lor Arriitiemeu s wear are U'lng received, and ou hand lit lu-pection. The verjr best ot 1 reucb, English and American i) V E H C OATI.NliS, which will be made up at very low price DRESS LOTUS every rhade. quality and pri'-e t'f choe Irom. w hich will be made uo lu a stle that it just takes JJcCall to make. PANT AN O llL'sINE.-.? .-"Cll GMjD. Compri ing over Oue Huedrrd different tyles of lateI IcrUllv VEST1XGS ! VESTI.Ntiis ! Geiitl-men !e- ing their rder at this etab!ish mem have -eve-ai adtaiitag": In having the r A'armtnifs ma.le b the bet ol MecbariiCA. a.'so cut in a superior t !e. and warranted to lit : no o!d Ahell A-o-.d- but everv oidr new. direct from the City a tlircu-l"iner mav Atlect. A call ! r-pj.c'.:uil socite-l. and e.pcially from the nio.1 fiflioi.iii- in dre-. as it givta the pub-nber p!eaure to sui lli ni ';.- ulime done fr others to make. liutUnd .iau !", 1-61 2lf NOTICE: We the und.TMened being ' ' authorized to sell th ooods in Union Store Div lv.l. herehv give notice that we will ee!l gof d at such reduced price-. a Cauuot tf.il to give i-atir-tactkin to purchasers. We would lurther sav. to an pron wishing to enter into the Mercantile l;uii e in Rutland, that we are prepared to ill the ei.lire stc-ck of goodp uii hand, with all the future" ot the Store, on AUrh terms as cannot :ail to he ati-!a rtir . Ill' buiidinir in which the Division hvs done ti'inine tor the l-t thr years can be ha 1 at . reasonable rent It is at thr heal ot vf a-.hitifftin STeet, n l a good location, and commands a carh trade of 2i o per vesr II II A HI. W D MAIi?II Rnt'an l. Jn 22. 1W1 4 tf .MEDICINAL. i UKE A. AN L) E'r'r SOVEltEIGN ATOTICE is hereby given that ,1 have durint the remaining prt ot his of I shall not claim any ot his earnings nor par bis debts after this date. WKSLEV 1'ARKIS. Danby.Janiy.lSCl, 6'3w COUGHS. COLDS.CROUF.ASTHMA.WHOOriNG COUGH, SORE riiKOAf, BRONCHI I IS. HOARSENESS. INFLUENZA, FEVER ft AGUE It is warranted to relieve Croup in five minutes. To break up a common C old iu a suii ie nigui. To relieve Asthma a oi ce To cure all outfhs and dibea8 ol the Luugs. pn viou to ulceratiou. IJAKVILLH, Vt..OCt. lHUl. 169. Messrs E. B Magoon x t o. I have beeu lorijuitea number ot years addicted to a sort ol hectic cough, and oc asioual bleeding at lhe lungf. Ireijiiei.tl.. ha' a pint at a time. I tried in vaio all the an. ni rein edi heralded iu the newi-paperA, until at laM I deciil ed to give yo'.r ' Mavic C uipoui d atiUl.ai..' lucky, too, lor l.el..r I hud taken two bottle-, the jileediug bid entirelv ceased, and in a short time I was entire y relieved ol mi rough, and have had no attack of either complaint since Very lesuertlully yours, 3 v abh'aii. chkkxkv. From Krr. E. B. Smilk D D , fresuUnt or N'W Himpion Institution. Tlie Manic oompa.Dd w hich you lurniehed inela-1 Spring, when I was sulferuig most severelv Iron tl.e ettects of along continued .-old upon my lunifs, uc ei like a charm. The lirst uijfht alter taking it. 1 coughed less and slept betlertl.au lor weeks belorr, and the ue ot it dually removed the difficulty entire ly. I should uhc It again in prelerence to any medi cine 1 have tried whi n similarly atllicted Yours truly, F. B. SMITH. Fairfax- Vt., April 24, lbGO. 1 R A L BOTTLES GRATIS! Wm. JOSLYN ft SONS. Barton, Vt., Wholesale Ageutstor Western and Northern N. Y., to whom all orders should be addres-ed Sold by Fond ft Morse. F". Fnn, and F; C. Lewis, Rutland. Alo by dealers generally throughout the County. DODGWAM KK1CAN LINIM ENT. An Infallible external remedy for Itlieumatisin, Neuralgia. Fains in the Back and Chest, Intlamnia tion of the Kidneys, Contraction ot the Muscles Spinal Affections, Airue in the Breast and Face,Sor Throat, Croup, Chilblains. Frosted Feet, Nervous Headache. Corns, ft"c., fto. The immediate relief which.even one atipllcation of this iuvaluable Liniameut produoes. should induce all nersons atllicted with anv of the above diseases, so I veit a lair trial, and we are assured, that after using onebottle they will not be without it but will he convinced that it is the het article in the m.rkeU PKICE SO CBN I S FER BOlTLE. For Sale by all Urugait in the United State. AT WUULI1ULI av vrk i'K ft P0TTF;R, 1&4 WaKhinirton St.. Boston, G C GOODWIN ft CO,, 12 Marshall St.. Boston. Kft MO K1LBY STREET, BOSTON. tt ASAS.CROSBV, Agt. AMT8 WATi-PPly as above. 7 Bm LEGAL Nd STATE OF VERMONT . rv, I MM net ot Fairhaveu u' i I of Fairbaven. To all persons interested i, Hood, late of 'artletoo ceased. UEJJon. th I"rob1e uomrt lor tne fii he estate of Lewis said District, de- Ot Varmdnt VOB ata PIar beloije raid court, at the haid district, on the thTa and there to be probate and allow P ritiuc . bearinc date T By tbe authority ut tha Sim herebv lint i Bed hu iMt iia l'robatsrlice. in Caatieton. in tn nav oi siaren seat, iienrd, ii yon see caiiAe as to tlie ance ot a certain Instrument in the 6th day of A on I A l the last will and teMement of said drwiL diven at Ca.tleton. ia aaid dilrict 1U1. 11 rebruarj, A. l. lvil i 7-8w JOSEi'U W purporting to be eceiAaed. d district tUiA 11th day of kKNER, Register. ( OflniNNiu.veB4 notice. Ton,. CommiK.ini.iini to w.-.. "r , 'airuaven of Milo EautOD. late ofCaatleto ceased, herebv rive notice that purpose of caamiuiui and allowji iiuui ni ii . jiinwwortn. in C jaeaoayin April en July, until o clock 1'. M . each of six months irom the 21.t rl.. is the time limited by aj l couri lircMrui iuar aaiu Claims to as allowance. Date.1 at Caatleton. Vt th ry,A. D. 161. 8 HLii asaioetthe etata . iu aaid dittrict de ws will meet for tita PUS Haul cluma At ,. Aiieion. on the Brat oin i clock F. M said dam. anil fi.mt .-anuary A. D. 11. i mi aaiu creditors to lor examination and ft 81st day of Janua- OTiTf . a To all iron Iotintd id Hull l.t jx4 U.'a.II d . a . Bv tbe authoritv i.f Hi. kt herebv notmed to lum, .j.... .. . - - -.vir abiq nun a t ,i.a lit-fcirirr a omc in Kutland in .i..,. ' , . ".7 WednnMlav i-.i.. .i........ ... ... TT. ""'ncton the 1st hee-tsteot Moslev 1 dltrlct. deceased. M Vermont vou are rf- Aaid Court, at th Wednesday Oein tbe'.lli dv ..i tuere io ne Heard it you see caufe, . to aoo allowance ot a certain iu rument V.. dated the da,.,t SeptemOer A U l-F. "r,"u Given at Rutland .u .aid but net. tl.i. u nTlT?, February, A, D. 11 7 3w Htat Vrrmsai, iUiUbJ, m. Y AU.nt.lt Wiuiii. JiuuH'i a (.n rand A.IUAIa. V Kil.U EllWAKD 1-lXlVLiatld btsuisa Lujiu. HEKEAS. F.ra.tu Willis. if Hubl ardton, ex. eeulor ol the last wiii ot oi c artieton, in tl.e t iui.ty ol bas hied his hill in Chancery Walker and Harriet Wa'ker.hi. said cuunty. ettiui( forth that wile, ou the Tth Marh I--VJ. in btilitnan rValker. cenaia lan.in deenfed a loliow : twocertai laud, containing in both of sid i rode, and being the -nine tra raid Chariea bv Abner A two. wile, by their deed dated 21 Jui,J in Book l'tli pye ul ISeuoi reierent-e i nad lor a uur. art the premier ttjerein it.'ended t bring tin- -ui- Iar in u w hid. th a con Jtlion it.eirln lor the rd ou tf.e pa inent vi certain nots therein tj itid And now, on ni tion and bv , he Ora'or prati tha tt P. W, 'eht nud AaiASil hi- wi e ot ward .'iod and lie-1. 'ha hi wit and all in ! oi ie i or part delen 'ant- to .aid niii oi lftal.te.1 An.. ' "' I Mrr-l: Vt.U.-ra dwite. nt Wruhf and ai'e and Jirl i t1 loiec -l ot tf.i I lie ald vtre,. A;.,i,.i J .d w lie. re-i ll-. wit'Mi.t t1.' canu. t iiotitid t uiipj-i. tliv be reouird to i pear .." tt VI. it'. A. 1 l-'.l an. i u.-e a plaint. S'.d l.'f tl.iA iu l-'W. tt. the AU'.fai-c-e o' AHid petiri'.n. w 'Uhil-hed 11. t .e Kilt ai. 1 Ihrt , ie t . tlM- ia-1 ot iu ni n t j '.e t l-li.te -ai 1 trm a ;.lc!i Atiail I iiotice j I F. W. Ira AC T. WaK.tiT. Solicitor. :TAIEoF VEIiilOM, l'l" DiAtrr t of Uutlaiid. at. I 1 T1CES. FY. I, .. I VVU. I March neat.tbeo and the probate rport- d bumict. this U U day ol HENRY HALL. ReiriAfr Term, oiau Walker, late llutiaud. dereaArd. ifiut Charley R wile, of Kenu. in . said H'aikeraud rtited to t i said a ben-on aloreaid. . tract, or j,atceL. I tucts V'i acre gs t C'.Uiei.! a the and Content, In and ren.rdird Kccord. to which uiar de-ctiptiof. vi I coo e ed. and tlin r-ldcd ; with ption ot tt e same leave oi tne court. a kr r, A iimni Mr-e Iua and Fd of the .utile p.ace nia be joined .on. pi. int. a huh i . fad dr'endAnte. -en Vt s'ker. AI"Uil .1 and wi. ma r deii.pion in the ife ai d Ed-a'd ta'e o t.at tt.e T is nl'klii:t), mat r?c.I-d lueviav of wr to .aid com- the oratr csuw . tlit ordr to Ia hr. - ee a.icca eat twenty rtav deetuel sutl.C'ent iUl hlNS.t leik. E Hon. I'roha'e ouit lor the Di-trfct Ot Kbtiand To ail irt-r.ons 1'armenter. late Ceared , nntre-ted tu the est 1 1'itti.hel i, iu rud .e of Iai' Di-trict, de- Bv the su't.orit herebv notitied to innr t-iore .aid i Kegi-n-r's ofliCe in K'ltlatid. in -aid u-trii GaerrisiA : of the State ot Vermont. ou are urt at tl.e net. on th. I.t lumlii. Ieinir the ' tl dav ol Biro uexi. then aud -hereto I heaid it vou r cau-e on th exatiunatiou 'or al owai ce ol t l.e ar'tmnt ofMansii I'rraenter sdinim-trstor ol aid e-ti e, a o at to ail a.Uao-ei-utA ma le or alled to hav been made bv eald decea i in hi- life tmi- to any ol hi. chiidreu. and a to all decrees ot .aid e-'ate to the lemons entitled thereto. Uiven at Rut and. weald Di-trict. thi. l' da? ol January A. I 11 0-3 w HENRY BALL. Begistrr. STATE OF VERMONT. CTUE Hon Frobate Dietri t ot Rutland M. t 1 Court toribe D.-tncI "'I'o'al'rperAonA intereAtd lu the e-tate of George T Uuliiw, .ate ot Ka Uui. in taid bi .net de-ea-d I.KK.TlIkO'. By 'he authorfty of tne Mate of Vermont, v ou are herebv notified to aii-sr brlore .aid ourt at th Keifi-ter s ofbt-e n h'utl .nd in -aid Di-trict on the i.i-.,. iin the.Vh d- ot Wati-h. next. then siul tnere to t ne,..i i: petirioiijot Mr- ErniK IfoifA-adinim-txatorA ot -ant .--tate t real e.-tate ft a Inch -aid :n- AAV.eed in 'hi. M..'e. j-rreol win oe on i he mi! II llei.n I'.aiter. r :i et. a- to -e!l ail the a-. -1 .Ile.J ied and tlie rea-ou that the a e the 'jeir- t.i.ru a' ti'it F ebrur , A D .1 1-.1 ,ii al'l U ii FN I. h II A I.E. Be,!-tei r 1,4.-. .-t il in ilif xidtoi le TvTK OK TH'.MOM li-f -ii-t of Faith' en. ot i ir. av n 1 til per iiia Whit. -k. late ot cad. v thratoritr of the l.erel.v l"l to .ll'af t'robate olh.eiu t art etoit. in ioth dav ol F--t..uar n.i-t . i heart if you a ecu : to th ..f a rArlmn i li p -ru lite 1. 1 III v.o'II.Ihv l.t ilfee-tuSer. A. Uj be the last ill aud V-. amenv i.i'.en at t atu-iou. tlii- 4th n l u'.l tit jobErii w 0.tLHltf"T OTIC'K ri-'JlE nndervigfied haoni! lien I Hon. Fr bate four. Wr tl.J- l'i- i ic I . 5t- dai "t II V. imi' Hon Probate or tl.e Di-ttk" ,e viate . I a u n :u .aid Gitrj-t. de GaKKTIN' of Veetnoi t. tt ate ,r -i.i'1 c.'u' t at - tie .aid ll-til' t. on tlo ,ei. and there to l.e i, ot ate and a l.w - i'ate g to writiic ottrii.j l--i. pUtpo:.:r 1 raid dec. a-d klay ol rei.ruf . AUNER. Keji.ter. i.tiointed bv the -tnct of liiriaud. I ... ,,iAel01ier- tO recei.r.e.A r;,ll v)Dil demandAol alle'ii mine. " a a.ii-K li.iil.ee' V . a 1 1 f I IA A I '. i It Kited utianj 1-1 .-3w Vt on of January. A A -J MfFS IIAWKES- (cou" JoHN ALLEN i-.vi V .iOEBst pet-n NOTICE. nted by lie t Kut- ri' . A 1. u , Ji, -II En.1erliriie. -T.i.. Il.-trict I HoU l''Ol.i4 eC O'l.l. Ir d .njuH land, coinmis-1" d.eis ''r i . 'to aaiiiet tl e all claim-and ifeman"' , .V Kutland. in . j la.A . --I..-' that sri.l -ed. he.-et live."" ..A.A.al ,w t.eMBiui.-." L ,.iaud. Nieiiol- ..mce in . i - ll.t ft e-tate of 1 ti eaid diptrict dt meet tor the pur claims at I ie .... il.- tl.ie.l T M ut.I.14 c oca i - ----- jMIlU,r tha- -ix u.oi.tL-irom Th.- ' ' ,';,,,,, IF I I Ur I . una in. ' r r :.. .i .-. .d A r -ad creditor- I" pte-ent their eai liixtiou ana a loTai te i D -fed Kutland VI.. this loth D 1H-J1. .. ...lvi 5-3w cuis to u tortarm- jl January, A. MAKliN t. KVERT TsTL'ETi.N -3'EMlSAsttY om rs. M'RIXt; CjUAKTKK tA"n slllMMl a February SI, 1L Jlar o, ..UantBAteS to Thi In.titutrou ,t,routfi, and hu ,,Metu....'.-- f 1 - a f- n-risi I- Wl-ll to fffM-ev - , ,r Ad.lre-Ae I. rrinc.p" oung la.nee who wiaI. t. ot-i-hed education 1 He buihu a i.d in th..rouJh re, air i the he-t "it tei.ct.er. a i uu..,; men wu-luug '"'v.'vVXloN- I DAUAFFINE WAX CASH. i- :. ... l....,J!,l.oilltrlrg-l.'' f .i.d te. ni.Je r ni '.it.r. a-e I ieired t" Je.-e.die- Ki.e'-t'et l he uorfe-sitriHU """ V v If ot I atell.f.e ....l K anl.u ha ' t. r th a" T ti ceJehf HI a. I liifht that. an attapted t. rd r pio.nptiv ' u,llr, tneaper. and IIK-r auu innate. . ......r-t f MACUll.L' l AMI hhi-i.. Sole Ua-eiiis tor ew tngiai.u. T . -m mr u 'I 1 L' I' T XO 1"0 S I r- " " ' JUISTON. AUr. JI-n-.cturer.of Chi. and Candles. Jau l'i. ll. 4 3- - ,l'Ve. 1 -',I-- v n OS! I I A aV O S ! 'IM1E oulj diaotverj wortaj of auj oon- JL tideuo tur rAloriiJ lo Maid i. Ctray. Vaay. atiica tne gieat dlaoovery ul l'rol. H ood, feav a4 leuipled not omy to inutal to. raatorau., tat yio m to Umtm dieoovered souwUitBg tnat oiid pro- uc rewaiU Meuucai, tffat y aa ail cm asi4 (VUt, being (uutmmI away Oy Uia wondortal ralta l'rol. Wood pieparaUoa, and bay Immh lvrotdt leave the haid to lis rtauaueas aw ay. Road Ui luilov- oath, kaine, April 16th, IV. I'tot. O. J. wood ft Co. : Crauia ilum letter 1 wrote you iu laos eonosnung your valitabM Hair Rartora iix. and which voa liava pubiialMd u itua vtoiaity and elae where, aas given rix to umeroua inaxmas touching the UctA lu U cms. Ilia ismtslracs ara, nrat, una tact ol my habita ion ana uaaws-, aa atAtea in th conuuuucat-ioa ; second. U u true ei ail tlt in contained ; third, fJoea my hair suil con Unas La ha in rood order and of natural color f 1 au 1 cu and do answer lavajaably a- A y Uair it yen tUer than tu any stag ol suy Wi lor J yesvra faat, snore .oil, thriny, and better Colored ; Lhe saJUA Is trrsa tf mr aiiuitn. and tha only causa Lj It is nolgtA- rally true, u that ties .aOalauce is waaiied oil Vy m (juent abluuon ol Ui Laca, alien it car were taacd kf wiping tha fao in Cioae wsaactMa w ua tha w LuSara, tne same result will loliow aa tu tiaxr. 1 Lai Uhta to th receipt of a great number ot latters irons all parts ol New England, a. king uie li mj hmirmxiJ con linued to be good ; as llwr is M BumU traad la titm nun iMrlurA A till aaaa Ol VaXlOUA COttl OOUUU WS SfMl aa thia, it has, so doubt been tiaaciy luuiatca ana twea UAa, not only wiuiout as guvu ef., v. ' luuiniurv. 1 hat a not uaea muj oi tuut tinuuu9 oi any account lor mium rnvuua, and el say uair u as rood as ever, and huuured. natc caaiaued it aurprisc, as 1 am nuts oi years. bid alia not agta auriaujiiettsrss suy laoe; ana mi . uu. tact, 1 Has you a iocs, ol mjr Ixair uaca ou tne (Aarf" wet a. I received your La. or vt two aart Usum laat suuuucr, lor wiuonl asa ery gralclui; 1 (at is lo my triendt and lUerehy iuuimicu tttciu to si 't, many wercakepucal until alter trial, aud isiea uur- chased and uacd it ftui suuvcraal suoocaa. IfaiwaaA a. a la .or, that yoa m1 tu a teat by wiuoa 1 .at UlACoxr lraud la tha iteaturauva, aoid by aaauuy, 1 tear, without authority Iruaa yoa A far wuCa will inaure incite., and be. let e tee re .nv. edwAt. as aot loliow, the taiiure I. caused b Uac ui.ai arucj w hich curses ths in tenter ol the aoou. 1 deeui it my outy aa heretoJore, to keep you an-rlhtd ot tli continued eflect ou my tuur, a. 1 aa..l all w ho ra il ui re ol ae o. my unetiaaea opinion ol 11a aiaat.ia reaaita. 1 reaiaui, dear air, tours. A. C. RAYMOND. A arena. Rua Ay., Nov. u, itiyt. l'rof. O. J. Wood: Dear Sir: 1 woui4certaiA.it be doing you a great injuAtice uot lo niaas U.at the wond, in wouuerlul. as well aa tne B.ti e.ciHl rr.uit 1 Lava eapeiienccd irou aaing one boitir ol our uair lieaioiautr. jsiirr sun. t Ainu ci UestoiaUtea rxtanl. but alinout autraS,aA.d lind.LK my head near! y destitute ul bail . 1 aaisaa.li iwaixtl to try a bottia ol your Uair amviMjic. Now ua dor and juetc compel in. to announce bo w hoaort er nay rrau tins, ll al 1 now pvaacaa a new .au twaauial ni.ls I bair. w intli f i...VA.iA. ... a. 0,,,. iQMi. . I h 1 his testimonial wl lui tiHavOiuu, aurycar al liable nwoiciiie (aa yoa an tiaii ol m aiaAicu- ed .but 11 you UdiiA it worthy a iao asawbg Uas ret, inxtrt it if youwun; it bol ueatro) ano .ay aolnibg loutr, AC ,, 1-rt . o A B. 1 hr restorative i pui up iu ooiuca vi ism ai-, z: iaiAr, aicdiuui, aud .iuaii , tbe .mail aoioa . a pint and retail lor uue uoiir per botlir , lite BAeoiuma .old at lrai twrniy per ceni uiuia in iroeoriioa ban the atuall, rrtalla lor two dol.ar. yet levUie; .e large Uo.ds agnail t-j per cent mere ibf opoitsua aud teua.is lor 4 a not lie. O J . nuvlls lu, fiopririorA. 411 riroadway, New I ora.abd 11 Ai-r-ket strrrl , el. buau, Alu And avid U au fvd Druagwta and 1 u ) Ctouda lAeairrs Bu.d by rond a Jlurae, uppwaiie the lrpot, Kat- and, t. do iArtbeoiB (vnTiLU. wii I TTS) PULMONARY J Cou?hs Colds Cnwip, Asthma, j . lidfipiii; C'ourli. I And otlitr Luu? Affettlons. J I Li. i-.au t. lu . aitAH.e t .At. ' "I""' m- Ai of rw England end anada the lat ia rar. and ahrrever ibUvduoed baa giteu uiiivereai rtiia- UCtloU. it l jj-bt the tightest Cough. It caux. the pat.rnt to Ian frrrl) II cute tbe cicup iu.uirdiate. Lrn gla " ,-i-on. ;t iniete the worst csjs et -thins at one. jt a.ia. trier and pain and prooucr. reel at bigb.. Let a.'l 1'iaut wno bate coi.orrn uije.i Cliut i' .rorue a bottle oi .lu. E.iir at out, and a.ep in th bouM: tcauy l give ai a ui. Bieut a warn "'IA4ad lb following evidence irom aomeoitks L'io.1 nrouuuent citiwn. ol VtiniMt CUULF ( LKED. Hi.;hgai. Vt.. Jsb., loA My littieboy bad a vioirui a lack ot Croup lai week. We cured him iu tuirty uunulea b) a tree Be oi Dr. N. O, Wtute s Elixir. . Mil MARTIN Merchant . bC A ibaus, Vt . Oct 10. lSLH u, little girl has been subject to attack- ol Croup ; I hat eai wat s found Dr. N C Whites Elixir lo rt irve her at out and weuld uot be without rt ie Bi S,ja..i. HURACE JEA1SC.N IjTirtuiirVt.. J aly Mb. 1-" I hate an only child that iu attacked with Mem branous Croup. We gate her Dr. NO. V fane E.ixir. and to the iuri.ru of all. it gave ber innwoi ate reliel ZuFHAR VINlUi. COUGHS AND) t'OLUS CLKEU. , irom Rev. J A". Hoodaard , Vt cstlord, Vt June 22, 1 I hi- certifies that N - C- White , i'aimonaiy Eiixu ha- been ed iu my family, in caaea ol fwver cold, al ended w itn .ore tnroai. and ha been found a red able medicine in theee cae. J W. WchjDW ARD. bhelbu.ne. Vt ,Jau.Ui,l0. I ha uerd Dr. White 1 uiinonarv Enxir in my iau.i t tor two tear., ana uar iuiil. - - u.e ti.at I bate ever ueed lor C onglis. .Aore 1 broal. Kuiiingtou. Vt.. Jan.. l"1 Ti.i. ..in ..-niv thaw I bate ued tr. N. O W hlteV Eluit in uii tamiiy. and nno lueuiciue lorColde, Cougu.- I old. .b EDO AH. MEECH. ralP. aa UU assasp vuwv. - , . t. i. Some ol our ueia-hbor. uat a. -- - - be. lor rTuneo. blaint. Iha' I dater-rr lound it to be au extc.ieiit Ac LLC 11' a IIOLBROOK.. Charlortr.Vt .Jan. HI. lS'JO. I bate O-rd Dr. White FJixir in Bit lau.ll.. ouriB thrlmeltwo vears. and rod It thr brrt turcirinc I have ever u-d in case. olC roup.C ough. anc 4 olo 1 Ubbndge. Vt . Martb 1. 1Mb. Dr. Haxter. Dear Mr - I know the tf.rt.U.l Big Dr White V Enxir bi mv wur, some o I m chilorra aud neighbor, luuwol Coughs. 4. oias. lroap and A.iowa. it a. protrd very brnrhciai, and Ihorr who hate u-ed it wouid not be hout it ca aay con-iderscob JUftEl H MARbU. Cot areiauonai Mini.ter. C NUM1' 1 iO "CUK 1 1). 1 FT A K EN IN SEASON. Wet A.burgn. Vt July 23 1ST, f Dr I'.axtrr. Mr : I have much rraeou to beiw-.a. that through thr blrA.it.. of hod. joor Elixir sated me fiom confirmed pulmonary coucumptiori IiaVII MAbti.S. MmiAterollbe Co. pel. t brla. Vt.. March 15, 10 Dr Hsxter Dear S'r:-My wile baa ued Dr. N , Whites Elixir, piepared by you. lor Lnbg com . . .. . ..i. i. l.A. Iwei. arlrctrd lor e-i era. 1 " " T -eumUAended to av 1 think it one ...... t i.a. 1 n JAJlEa C HoLC.HIC. .. miiuu-.. ASTHMA CUHEI). Morn-town, Aug dU. .. t ... lA.r kir I Ilk, r levtl e . - . . . , ' flicted with A.thma lor morr than aV, i'-'' uionthAin-ucce..iou hate not been able ! in da dtnio) aregula.l..ght.rr.t..nd .Vutd nolW.blr to ..Ik ."'- bb"-7. l..n a dn-taoceof five or aix roda. Ab ul ijo lSarcha-ed two bottle, ol Dr. hit'. tHair. o ired b" yB, and commeuord taking it aiord ki'lZ d.iec-Aons a..d'.3 h.,.p to - I i.no i '"-: diitr rel.ef-aiid, wilhteit K .c-ytioaN ba. bad piy rrgular bihteajreiii-f ";' AitAIt BAKER. l'Hl E. 11 M S I'ER i-Ol I l b. Koidbt F.C t i. Fond A .lorx and Mason A -A,i uTu,m- t tiiKiic-ttc, yt TIECSK-'tV,IiTl"TTS PAINS. Ol J HKALTH WITH " Va-?-, li V I UasA Flxa. Mad. !,,. ., I Juiun 2ta. 10. i w10 IH UEKKHK A CO. - fretuh-twea : Abo CH.e yar airo. tct a -i railed nl'OU uie and dr atrrd tl.at I ebouid fax your fill and rilrf to erll in thia piai A tliat time I m afhw-b-i. with as atn. ha oif rit-'ht aide, a uvrgr ao a jur lararr loaai It. I Bad not r-l my .--t anf I any fwiKt' !-r "rt a tear I had nubu!trd .-. .... .... ... a A. et r.. e e. ..i.t -H-iaii" in - w.oie..f tur fr-. f J ,,,. nil B any Mber.. al. ' L!!rI, lir,?- l. would .eru.u..tr fat-U. . .a-ridea U'"!" H'"" mwardlv.and r"' nT..' I I -arl. f -.r-.ai.u ...-'itnr crmiuie. neAduwi peannx M-.tl a. extm-ally. 1 b-calu. flti.i.y wft ... l.,eA.iA alio adviaed a tc dlt li.g ecwi. Vf th fid. in -.. ad doe tor m jf'tf piUtteOW., aCA-n-aa A bu'tir-l Pl.l. .1 ,..! ntiaoy -rt -- - Wa. .lit "'l li, " the m. in .ail 1 I X i-he ahrilr, a practical Mecbrnic. and tpor OBeWly aua inled with every p.rt ol a l iauo is th. le a?n?fr thi vicinity, for ft. lol tliecsrl. h rated instruments of IIAZLETOX & BROTHERS, WhLeh took the first premium of the late N. 3. Stat Fairov-rSleinway A Sous' make, aud are con. id . .a.. ... . . . . A. tnarAel. i...... ,n,uw.i. and rvrrv instrument fully war ranted For further particulars en.juire ol Mks. A K H.iPKIS JIalu St . uutiaua, ., or 01 n. anbsenber. ivwfjui. N. B. Mr. Fowers will continue to tune Pianos in Rutland three time a year, about the middle ot April. August and Deerniber. Orders left with Mr. Hopkins, will be attended to. iiurllugtou, Vt., Jan . 2, ltfl. 2U ed I ronmaen Vrr,,.,..i,. re.u id. b. .leer to aim u,... t.. and """'' j, U1B Thr ... ol f.Jtl.1 at. ..Zd -b'tli Bsrra-. morr 'boo. -""' .Jllrrrwa-.l'lll- t,,r-m A lo th.. viri.f! .- JV w.-rrrl--.-' Utrr-ted ra. adl, We- b, rfrlo. J "taW.aasi le-m more ful.y m .u-r.b. -a.. ibti'ae."..- t,. maIai Itir .irk aad ad ll Chi. riiei ii ..... ...,a . - ..ill.lllll' I IUII , - w, - - - ...... t.lAl w y 7VllfclaI:st litOA14Avw ns-t aw ivn PIAriTF K rr aohl r.Mywhrrr "' , . -riirLU rrprrtoll mform tbeeitisras of Braaaaa wad Kt be will nnvrtior furdirine a IkrUenuu ""W-War t.,n. , le... ilee.l. HnIL of d:aeof a Chronic Character -itn tbr ...Lil mrrarvr and tnartioo. A eiraa vial, ouataiuia abrit two oanera of arto-paa-rd Brat la ttis r iwarBiBg lilb the na aifd ef (rnlUl, will mabk- bua to treef auoressfolly the r In uta Uea, on mdiviilaai eaa brine arvrral rases, and asediraae eaa tat seat to aay ttrt of Ua. country. His rrsnedaa are wholly th fc iormrd r-raWdilTermre-aariUaAly from those of aay MM vtrui or school. rtuj of CCKMikeeis and Extracts, tt th. eioet cotirrotraled form Jul d obtained aietoet axelwaira j. fpnni tjAVeembir XiiiloBi.obvMAaii the UBBnaeeBfeiar." r,u,X. ae., brrruitore aa objmitm as Uinr rraeral as n . rf wti i at aUeutioa will be paid to lealr Com l lain ta . and all dmweea at a drltrmt fAatara aiay b troMed to hiey without a betrayal of that confidence which sBevla exiK brtweru th paueat aad pbydctaa. N charge for eoa ml tat km. Chargra for aardiria wanaabie. Other boar from V A. M. till 4 P. M. Crfto a trw rod. soatli f the braodoa Unas, Braadoa, aad ia lfrktB N.w Building. Katiaad. O" IH. Kdaoa wiil be at bis ofao 1b EutAwad very Taesdsy . 11 ,ly