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THEiHRUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: ITHURSD AY, JULY 4, 1861.
Paine, Allen, Pond & Co BOOTS AND SHOES. PAINE & CO. hire now returned from market, and bet oh hand a large stock of good in their line. Con irag of 88,000 worth of BOOTS AND SHOES, Ot all Vinds, and Spring Styles, which will be eold or CAFH at prices teat the people will ear one to Bothar: aine & Co'a. is the place to buy your OOU aid shoes. P. 8. Call and satisfy yonrneWes. Cramton t Kicbol Block. c LOTIIING! CLOTHING! A large Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, just received, waicb was bought loi Cash at PANIC PRICES! and will be eold at prices that will sell them, by FA 1MB fc CO. H ATS AND CAPS FA 1KB Ic CO.; have now oa hand all the new and desirable Spring Styles of SOFT FRENCH HATS, MEN'S AND BOYS' CAPS, INFANTS' CAP8, CHILDRENS' CAPS, ke. guchavariety of Styles that they cannot help but all who call on PAINK & CO. S ILK HATS! SILK HATS! ! FAIUB & CO , have now on liana two spring Styles of Silk Hats, which tor beauty, quality ana price cannot be beat. F.S. Call and see. c APS! CAPS!! CAPS !! Afl kind made to order by PA 1KB k CO. LADIES' TRUNKS of all kinds, the largest stock this side oi New York or Bostoa, anbe?oundat PAIHB fc CO'S. G ENTS FURNISHING GOODS A large stoak on hand, and selling at prices to suit tteime6- PAINB k CO. Kotland , April lth. 1801 15- ! LL -Milt, .... - - Miscellaneous. A TVVOOD, RCGOLES & CO. ! NO. 1. CRAMTON & NICHOLS' BLOCK, Dealers in HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, How oiler a large and more complete assortmen than ever before ana at prices as low as can be had In the eities. Consisting oi Rich and common 1 ur xutare, suitable for the DRAWING ItOOM AND PAKLOK, ii ITCH EN, CHAMBKR AND OFFICE, Solas, Divans, Tete-atetes, Lounges, Secretaries, Kxtention. Ceutre and Toilet Tables. Com mon and Side What -Not. Bureaus, Chamber Stta, common to the bent Mahogany or Black Walnut. MAHOGANY, BLACK WALNUT. CANE AND WOOD CHAIRS, All gruac and kinds oi c II P E T S ! ricor Oil Cloths, Felt and Drugget Cloth. Straw aid Cocoa Matting, Velvet, Lambs Wool Mats. MATTIIKSSES AND SPUING BEDS Ot our own manufacture CKOCKEKY, GLASS ANI STONE WARE. COFFINS constantly in readiness, from the more Oevtly to a common article. Orders solioited for UPHOLSTERY AND MATTRP.SS WORK, And lor repairs of Furniture at our 8tore. OVAL AND SQUARE FRAMES For Pictures furnished on call at our Repair Rooms adjoining the Store. MorkM'uktis, Damkj. Snow, Rutland, Dec. 4, low Lomwo Atwood. G. C. RCOOLKS. 49-tf B R E A D ! P, READ!! 1, IFE! IS TUK S T A F 0 I Who can pass through life witbout'a good staff, and how can you expect a good staff without good malarial to manufacture Irom? You will hod the material at H.O. PKRKIN'S COMMISSION STORE, iMBRCHAN IS ROW, RUTLAND, VT. Floor, Corn Meal, Rye Meal, Oats, Rye and Corn, rround together in proper proportions for feed. Graham Flour. Buckwheat Flour, &e., all warranted of the Bee.tquaiitv in the market, and at the Lowkbt Pkjcb, will be sold in large ot small quantities, to en it the purohaser. CASH paid for Corn, Rye. Oats, Buckwheat Pop Corn, and if you want your HOUSE COVERED Willi SLATE, , and it will be done to order, and in good style Rutland, Feb. 20, 1S61. 8-tf MASON & CHENEY, HATE just received a largo assortment of NEW GOODS consisting ol DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. CROCKERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, &c. Our stock of Goods is now much larger than we have ever kept before, and we are determined to elf as LttW AS THE LOWEST ! E?"Fleade call and examine. PORK, FLOOR AND LARD, at MASON & CHENKT'8. IN THSF1 ITCJf LF-S. all ready for use at MASON k CHENEY'S. 1VJO. 1 MACKEREL, by pound or In Kitts SAL- 1 v MOS CODFISH, ac MASON k CHENEY'S. 1YI EAL FOR FEED, at MASON & CHENEY'S. GOOD QUALITY OF Ceut per pair, at LADIES' SLIPS, tor 60 MASON Feb. li. & CHENEY'S. Main Street, Rutland, 7 ti H AIR ORNAMENTS After an acquaintance of six years, during which time we have had many tnouHann articles oraiueu oy the party that NOW braids our Hair ornaments, we are satisfied th;it in every instance we gut the 1DEXTICAL HAIR THAT IS FURNISHED. And in addition to oar former samples, we are now able to fhow some of the finest designs in ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORK, which, besides being valuable keepsakes, are much prised ior their Artistic merit. By thig mode we Can arrange the shortest Intant Hair. Call and see the 400 different patterns at the Watch, Jkwklrt and Silvkk-wark Store oi BEN K. CHASE. Rutland, April 4, 1861 14-tf CHOICE GOODS ! LATE STYLES LOW PRICES! Mia Pbhfikld has just returned from New York With a full assortment of MILLINER Y, BONNETS, MISSES AND IN FANTS' HATS, DUSTERS, MANTILLAS, CLOAKS, t(e., $c, lc. Kept constantly on hand and made to order. Clarks' Block, Corner of Merchant' Row and West St.. Rutland, vt. April 18. 161. 16-tf TVJEW GOODS. Now :ready, a full and complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY GOODS, Bmbraeinc all the novelties of the season, and offer ed al prietss to suit the Hoie. Also, the Wilier. k Gibbs' Sewiho Macbike, the cheapest, moct reliable, and bet machines ior family use; tr mnofor'ler. B Aa early owi is conuucu- B. UAENFS. 17-tt A Billing! A Chaplin. HE EIGHTn WONDER ! ! All readers of Histery are familiar with the fat mat about three thousana years ago taere Urea in uie titue peninsula in tn soutn aast or jsurope sev en individuals who were denominated the Seven Wise Men of Greece. There was then and is now in a state of ruins in Egypt, Persia and Greece, seven massive works ol art designates as the seven Wonders of the World. These were the Pyramids of Egypt, the Temple of Diana at Ephesus ; the Co loseusof Rhodes; the Mausoleum or Tomb of Kine Mausolus built by his wiie Artimisia; the Statue of Jupiter Olympus; trie Hanging uaraens ol Mauyion, and the Pharosor Watch Tower of Alexandria. We have now to announce another, the Eighth Wonder, more modern to be sure, but nevertheless marvelous, viz : That Billings k Chaplin can sell every variety of Goods ior IeH money than wert ever before nf tared at retail est of the Green Mountains. We say what we know, when we inform the people of iiutlaBU county ma.mey can Duy lueir uiy Goods, consisting of Ladies Dress Goods of the latent styles. DeLaines, Prints, Bleached and Unbleached Cottons, Den ims, Summer Pant. Clotlis Ac. Superior Watch Spring Steel Hoop-Skirts. alo tha 1.111011 oairi-- me tiling ior 1001. Looking Glasses, Crockery, Glass Stone, Earthen and Wooden Warn, Hardware, Table Cutlery, Kails. Glass. PaiutSj Oils, Furniture and Carriage Varnish, Cam pliene, Burning Fluid, and Down er's Kerosene, Vest India Goods and Groceries, Durkee's Select Spices. And an in finite variety of Household Goods, at lower prices than have beeu sold in Rutland within the last half century. Our purpose is to sell our goods at small profits for cash We can do it and laake money. Call and tee it we don't. BILLINGS a; CHAPLIN. Head ol Washington street, Rutland, Vt. Would you like the best Braud of Flour the town affords, ground Irom pure white wheat, Inquire for the "Premier Mills" at BILLINGS k CHAPLIN'S. Chester Kingsley. S T ARB AND STRIPES! B O B X D o w A T K CHESTBIi KLMGSLE V TO BiXL GROCERIES AND PBIOYISION S. LOW FOR PAY Central June 1st, House Bkck. Rutland. Vt. IV m. !;. Iusey. E 31 I J E R T II A T V, . M (J S S E Y II E W M KEEPS KEAI. I A N 1$ Y (' ii EES E, tSagt and plain. AND DO NT FORGET TUB P U M P K I N FLOUR FOR PIES. KEPT BY HIM. (lark L Brothers. ATCliES" AND JEWELRY W CLARK d BROTHERS. With pleasure now inform you that they have Jont moved into their New and large Store in Clark's New Block. Corner ofWext Street and Merchants' Row, Rutland. Vt., where they have a large assort ment of AMERICAN WATCHES, made totheir own order, and perfect timekeepers. ENGLISH AND SWIS3 WATCHES Of every grade, irom $3 00 to S100.00. HUNTING FULL., JEWELLED LEVERS, irom SS.OQto 50.00. FINE .GOLD WATCHES FOR LADIES. JEWELRY of rich and beautiful patterns, em bracing every style and quality. SILVER SPOONS. FORKS. PIE, BUTTER and FRUIT KNIVES. CHILDREN'S MUGS and CUPS. SALT CELLARS ke. SILVER PLATED WARE, A laree assortment of Cantors. Cake and Card Ba kete, Goblets, Pitchers, Full l ea Setts ot the latest and most beautiful designs. Knives aid Forks, Ladles of all sizes. I'ie and Fruit Knives, with many articles not mentioned CLOCKS of every description. Thirty hour, Eight day and Thirty day Clocks from 50 cents to 625,00. TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A large assortment Ivory Handled Breaklast, Din ner and Tea Knives; also common Sets Knives and Forks. Rifles. Revolvers, and Single Pistols, Powder F'lasks, Shot Pouches, Caps, ke. FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. With an endless variety of Ladies and Wants FANCY GOODS. And Children Toys and presents for the Hollidays. And last, but not least, iOOA PAIRS SPECTACLES, Of Gold, Silver, Steel and Plated bows with the best Scotch Peble or the cheapen gaas. We shall keep constantly on hand for resetting in old bows Feriscopic Concave and Convex eyes. All the above goods were bought for Cash and will be soli lower than the same can be bought in New York or Boston. REPAIRING -Watches of all kinds, Clocks and Jewelry repaired in the best manner and at our usual low prices. II. ;. C'LARii, A. W. Clare, N. Clark. Dec. KS. lotW. 50 Bt, AROMETERS AND THERMOME- ERS. ( lark Bewheiis have just received "another lot oi A N EROID BAKOM ET F S. Sure ini-;.at0r, of the approaching weather, and very Convenient ior larmers aud othern who wich to know in advance what the weather will be. Also, SIX DOZEN TUERMOMETEhS. Cukes' Block, Rutland. Marck 4. 16'1. . 10-tf II A I R .1 E V E L R Y ! CLARK & BROTH EKS are urepared to braid and Gold mount Ladies' and Gents Neck, or Vent Chains, Fin, Bracelets, Kin", Sleeve Buttons. Stud, Charms, Far Rings or any other articles required. All done iu the neatest manner on short notice, and at very low prices, at New Store, in Clarkb' Block, Rutland, Vt. March 4, IStil. UMi REV O L CLOCKS ! IT T I O N AMONG THE CLARK & BROTHERS, Have on exhibition and for sale TWO CASFiS CLOCKS, that run without friction and lequire no oil, and warranted to keep accurate time for 26 years without repairs or eleaning. Also, this day received another large invoice oi Rich Jewelrv aud Silver Plated Ware. AT TUIEIR NEW STORE, Clarks' Block, Rutland. Jan. 7, 1861. 2M R E V O L V E R S, REVOLVERS. CLARK k BROTHERS have this day received a large invoice of Colt's. Smith's. Wesson's and Al len's improved Revolvers, which were bought tor cash, and will be sold for three fourths the former prices. Cartridge 75 cents p r hundred. Also an other lot ofdirk and bowie knives. Clark's Block, June 1st 1861. 1 . l . - - . (JAR DEN TOOLS, for ale by BARRETT k SON. RISTOL IMPROVED PLOWS, for sale by BARRETT k SOX. Rutland, April 10, 1U 15 ti w HUE F'LSU AND THtttiT; for sale by BARRETT & SON. SliTON SALT it'l'Miie t. iM:i'TTT k -ON i i - i - ' ' I. - ..i i- i M . i, i . . . FT MerrfaB. COMB WHERE THH Qnartett, 60 cental. COW8LIP BLOWETU J ALELDOSCOFSp at E. K. MERR1AM S. FRESH SUPPLY of those China VASES. Just received at MKKK1AM S. GUNS, WHIPS, AIR PISTOLS, c , for the Boys, at E. N. MERRIASI S. UIIXA TEA SF:iTS, Paints. Setts of Furniture, to .iorthe Girls, at E. N. MEKRI AM S. OTHER THINGS too nuinerouH to mention at AJEURIAU 3. Rutland, May 1SU1. LLATUKR COVERED KAT BALLS, at MLRRIAM S. LMF iid AND DRUMS, at the MUSIC STORK. the MUSIC MORE. KESH ARRIVAL oi TOYS, ANN PERFUME E N. MERRIAM S. RY, at I. 31. Southwick. a 11 A N D IIIG II PRICES. It is cenerallr supposed that hiifh prices of the nec essaries oi lile invariably foi.owed. a a natural con sequence of war. But acall at SOUTH WICK'S will satisiy all that no such deplorable cin.eiuences hsive as vet followed the movement of the Oov ernrnent aKainef the traitors of the country, and that ln larite stock of grocerien and provixions is still kept up. aud that his prices are ttni such as cannot full to give general batieiaction. The increased patronage which continue to be bestowed upon him gives him confidence iu the hope til at his attempt to please the public has not been barren oi tfood rerults to his customers aud he pledges hiiiir-elt to renewed efforts in their behalf. To all such, then, as would continue to make thair purchases where they can itet the best articled, at tu it'St poikiliie pners, ue wuuiu v, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TEAS, SUGARS, I LOUR, BUTT FIR, CH EF-SE, FORK, LARD. HAMS, FOREIGN FRUIT, BURNING FLUIDS, OILS, kc ko . llanjuht been replenished at the reduced City prices tor the SPRING IRADE. aud (hat it will be kept ull and periect throughout the season. Farmers. Slechanics. Hotel Keepers and Uouse- eeners ienerallv throughout the County, are re spectfully solicited to examine his stock 1 CROCKERY, GLASS, SToNE AND WOODEN WARE, His choice a-sortmeiit of Domestic aud Foreign F ruit.', Coffee, Spice-. Confotionery . r.xtracts. Saucet, Dru, linh. lobacco aud ..egars. Oardeu. Flower aud Bird Oeeds. Ckudiec. Shot. Vegetables, aud the thousabd and one articies that go to make A F1I:.ST CLASS GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE HERDS liHA;.S AND ( IVER SEED Citi '.en- and strangers vi-i'in Rutland, are invited to give lam a call, examine his slock, aud lie pledges liiui-ell to make iiir prices sati-factorv toali. .1. M SOUTHWICK. No. 5 Merchants' itow. Rutland. Vt . April 10, lv;l. ltl a. ii. Curt. 1 H. BUllT, will oM-u ua !'rilay, ) May 31, a beautiful 'toe oi raw. foulard, india and French D R E S s silks: Prices, from o-'cents to 2 Ou Also a new tick Of the celebrated Double Extension II U O 1' SKIP. I i A new stock ot HARWELL'S SHOES AND MOURNING DRESS GOODS. Black Silk (no lutre.) Black F'igured Ki!k. Black Checked Silk, Biack and Lavenier Silks. Bl k Rippled Mlk.Rl k Foulard Silk Klack Raw fdik. Aio. OOO Yds Black Silk with heavy lutre B. II BLRl. Ii I I LACK INJPLIN. Biack Moha r. lTo, value '25. I B!nelt Prints, a lare varietr in 72 Reed Cloths Slack and last colors. B. 11. BUKI . I LACK GINGHAM. Black Brilliante. Bl k Lawn and Muslin. Black Berate-, and Crape Merett Black Embroidery. Biack Veils. Black Eng. Crape Vails. Bl..ck Bordere'l Handkerchiefs ate . C .a.c. TT-Ohi Pr Otiiy cr !,,( B H BUKI. E. II. HURT, will open on Wednes day, April 17th. 2'.s.yd9 Bleached Cotton. 7S cent, value l'i a. u.i.ni. '.iOOO YDS. Cro. yd wide ( otton, 7' cent-. 4000 YDS. Print, in Pink. Blue, Buff. Bro. Purple, tc , Ic sc., at 8 cents, lormer price 11. JOOO YDS. Merrimack Prints. 8S CU. .OOO YDS. Eng Style Shallies, 18 eta., value '&. 3000 YDS. Traveling Dress Goods, 8 cts., value 12 IOOO YDS. Mohair 1 yds wide, 37 cts . value 75 cents. 10j0 YDS. ting. Berage, figured. 1'i leuu. former price 37 1-2. 1'XlO YDS. Boys Pant Cloth, handsome and fast colors, 25 cts., lormer price 37 S l(Xsi YDS. Lad Cloth, all wool and new colors, 112 V 1) YDS. Pl'd Mohair, 12Jets., value 20 6f0 YDS. Embroidered Poplin, Si et. &oe YDS. vd. wide Sheeting Prinu. 15 ct . value 25 cents. ' B. II. BURf 15 LACK FRENCH VEILS. with real border. B. U. BURT. at aud 1.5U. value 1.75 and 2.oo. B. U. BURT. T ADIES' GAUNTLF:r GLOVKiS, 12j cents 1 j B. H BURT LE.T. ANDER'S received. This Kid. Price l.tf) KID GLOVF.S. 9e0 worth Jut is the only glove we keep in B H BURT. 100 b1 Threaded Gents llw. Ral .11 BUR r. ritish. lAfi DOZ HEAVY SOCKS, for Workmen 1UU Military men. 12 cts., value Z'i li. 11 BURT 10 D iZ. No. Hose. 12 Blue. Brown aud B. White Hall H BURT. KOA DOZ. Lad w't Slate. Blue and Brown Hose Jtt l'Ji cents value 2. B II HURT. T AD li ers AND GEMS Silk Under Vest ai d Draw- li BURT. 10-tf Also, these goO'N in Merino i; Rutland. April 10, lsi'.l Lfvjis i Fox. rpO PHYSICIANS of Rutland County X and vicinity : Weare prepared to till votir or ders for DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMICALS, on the most iavorabie terms the market afl'ords. LEWIS & FOX, Druggists, Merchants' Exchange, Rutland, Vt. LEWIS & FOX, keep all kinds of ap proved Patent Medieines, which they sell at prices corresponding with hard times. 0-Remember the Iplace: MERCHANTS' ROW, Rutland Vt. A fall assortment 01 Shoulderbraces, Trusses and Supporters of the mojst approved patterns, suitabl for all ages and both texts. F or sale bv LEWIS & FOX. Rutland, April 10, 1861. XTOTICE. T(l THE CITIZENS OF i.'l Rutland and Vicinity. We have just returned from market with, a fVeh. supplv of DRUG AND DRUGGISTS ARTICLF:S. making everv thing complete in our line of trade. j AND PARTICULARLY Amjing other things hew. We have one of A. D. Puller's Celebrated Improved Soda Fountains, the stccind ol the Kind fvrr mfte, ani surpassing all otti'f kiwis in beauty aud convenience, Ikmu w hich we shall (li-peuse nr SvM. uot to I lieat auy-h-ire. LF.W13 k FOX. liu hind, June 11, Iftfl. ''UK LAI.'G'FKT A M HI-XT ASK iKT VI EN f OK i'. i f'u teeiy Hi d loilef urtj. leg ever fleid ior sale in ilutland, Ic sale cheap l v LKtVls i fox. Ko. 1 MtrcliiTitf Fxelsr.-" . i5tj 8tephei French. T'HE SUBSCRIBER would announce A to the Ladies of Rutland and vicinity, that be as judi received a NEW LOT OF CLOAKS, To which he would invite especial attention. Also, that he has large assortment of COLLARS AND SETTS. now on their way, and will short'y be opened A large assortment of WHITE GOODS, NEW RIBBONS, SPKIN STYLES, NEW LOT ZF:P1IYR WORSTED. Just opened. Also, a new lot ol HOOP SKIRTS. ol the mod approved manufacturer. Also new Styles ol D R E S S Til I M M I N S . And every thing else in his line of business. STEPHEN FRENCH. Rutland, April 1-01. 10-tf T ADIES. TAKE NOTICE! A Jk-A large lot of F ASS just received, from cents to 2X, at 1 REN CHS. ; FN ch s. ar,7iH CJ F RENCH baj added t hi- st'x-k of fancy roods. O. JAtvUFiS L- I it At I IF THE POND LILY and other pert uines; also 1'OR T :tNN IKS. ri VJ and SEN'S: At Setts worlU t-i oj lor I r. FRENCH S I AH constant! v receiving new in bit line of business. good- of all kind S. FRENCH. Rutland, JuLe 21. VNKW LOT OF' PARIS NF;TTS received this day at FRF.Nt.llS. French As Kin?s!(-y. r -Sal? RES II ARRIVALS BEST PAlThRNS K JL OF I H V. OF SOKAS. DIVANS, tetfa-tetes. wjungf;. mit rasses. bPRING BEDS. Oak Chamber Sttts, F-asv Chairs. Kola "Ctairs. Wood Cbairs CENTRE TABLES. WHAT .voia BUREAUS. SECRET AKIES. MEDnT EADS. MlRKtiRs. Flowered Chamber Set, Seat ' hairs. Cane Seat Seat Chairs. Sick Ac . &c , at FRENCH k KINGS LEY'S HOWE'S CKLERRA -TED SCALES I he-e Scales have taken tl:e Bledai at the tr mont State Fair Fot'K t babb m PC crs-ioK.and the medal at every I 'are ' hey have ex hit red t his year. Ai; kinds lo; raleat B".s Luincturtr price-, at FRENT! K KlNt.ffJ.EY'S. lOFITNS. FRENCH ic KINGS- LEY hare a i.eu rrd cru.rk'e is-ortment oi CottiEs. Ca-kets and Burisl a-e-. ol every size, style and price, wit !i oj- without box. f rirn Rosewood and Mahogany to the c mm on I'me I'othn. all triinni'd rendyforu-e Particular attention paid t j all orders irom out ot tow n A KDWARK. Builders' Hardware. I.ock.TIand A1N I S Ail kiud-ot Paints aud Oils at F. k K S. N Ju kJEW PATTERNS OF TAPESTRY, Inirrain. and three t.lv ('a-petinir. Just received at FRENCH k KINGLEY'S 100BB RI3LS. FRESH CEMENT, FREM U k KINGSLFIY'S ai 100s-' ACKS PFREASIIION SALT, at F RI-N(. H k KINGSLEY S. I M E RY F or sale at T II E IJ A R E E L, FRENCH k KINGSLEY S C YT1IES at AND SNATHS FRENCH k KINGSLMY'S G ASS 0 r T TO ORDER, at FRENCH k KINGSLET.S. Nathan Pierce. rriIE i. still FLAG OF " OUR UNION " raves over the old UNION STORE o "am Street, w here may be lound one of the Ure.t stocks ot Goods in Rutland, which have aeeedei " in prices so that large quantities ot D R V G O O U S G H O C E JUL s, B O O T S A X U SHOES, And all kiDds ol Goods from a Darning Needle to a hogshead of Sugar, are daily carriediaway under tt. protection ol the Stars and Stripes. Remember No cUatge lor showing goods. NATHAN PIERCE VNEW SIOCK OF DK ESS GOODS just reeeivei y kiAIUAN PIERCK. A k LOT OF" STELLA AND BROCHA StlA LS Just reeived bv NATHAN PIERCF: A NEW LOT OF received tv GTOVES AND HOSIERY just NAIUAN PIERCE. 4 NE just MOURNING DRESS GOODS N1UAN PIERCE. received bv 1,uu1' SKIRTS just received, and selling -CCW cheap, by NAI UAN PIFRCE- 'nnO YfS I'KI'TS-eatra quality aid fast JJJJ colors selling at S cent, bv NATHAN PIERCE. jkO-1 SALMON for sale by NATHAN PIERCK. ATO. 1MACKEREL for sale by IN Ni NATHAN PIERCE. JAPANESE TEA for sale by KATUAN PIERCE. rpUKK'8 13 LARD SALT lor sale br NAfllAN TIEECE. TOUnLP: FXTKA. EXTRA, and FANCV F LCUK JL for sale I., NATHAN ITEdCh. f Real Estate for Sale. "PARM FOR SALE. The subscriber r-.,c9?;"0,' "le hU d.sirT Krm' 'ring one and one half mile fcouth-eat of Rutland iilag. contaiainc upwards of one handrjtd acres. ror lurther particulars inquire of GKOKGE L. MCSSKT. Rutland. Vt., MarcU e,l961. l(,tf HOUSE FOR House two dui ALU TI tie I r H a irs north ot the I',.i.,f.l Church in this village ti, no oilere.1 tor sale i.v iWiKut I. MC-SEV. l-a v,.t! Rutland. Vt.. Mairh IMJIi SALH-i Valuable itt-ul t.'- A near the Depot N i better b'!-inets Jucaiiou iim I'rie p( orlunity foraa iuve.tinei.t I oi r,ar- ticalars iniiuire ot J P.. HAHSt.! Rutland, Feb. ;, !- 1 tf wkm ii may (oitrcrn. IV OTIC E. I herebv jrive not ire that Xl I lavetbisday given "my koii Fliwin F". I-wi, IiHt inaior and during the remaining part .f In. mmoritv, Mnd that I shall not clam an. ot bi ear ning nor pay any ot hi d-bt a:ter this da- ALVA LEWfJ. Dauby. June l'Jth j "VTOTD". (,'c me into the fticJu-ure of 1 the suhcnber on the Ttb inaut. atron f . mxre roll u;posed to be thre or lour vear old. with some w bite on the off bind loot aud itch tui! I lie owner r-ue-te 1 to charges aud take her aay. prove roperty. pay ZKUlll s DUI IOV M.erLun e. JuDe 12, ai-S rr77wiio3F frM a v Tonckrn : -I- All those iud-bt-d to u are rerpecttuliy request ed to settle the tame without dlav. UARKE1 T k O.V RuVand. April 11. 1S0I. 11-tf 11 ANK OP RUTLAND STOCK The subscriber offers frjr sale at hi oftc ia Cram ton k Nieuols' Block, Rutlau l. Vt , 460 SHARES SKK K TIIK BANK OF RUTLAND,. In lot to suit purchaser. H UENRT BAX1KR Rutland, Apri 10. rA i;.u 1 1 A YMlcNTllfrglfES TKIh Immii A ate oa mei.t ot CLRIIS. KCGGLI-S. AI WtHJlt Co . mu-t be made aad cost saved Al VVti.iD. RUGGLES II l it rvui.anj, reo. is. i-'ji 1 J tf ITICE!- -The Select in ri will uie t at i XV the Iie4r Ofhce in the lon 11 ail. on M , the la-t i to traiiH- Thtin.dy of each Mouth at 1 o clock I act business. S J '.RIGGv . II S EH HAKDSON ' Sekctmen , V liANNUJI. RutKrid. March .. !:- PA V M EN 1 P. VAi I J KS T EJ. I mim y- pan:.i!t of d' 'i ie late firr (Ji- rn of CLP. IIS t LUoGI.E.- to-t saved ;:uooLr.s 1 t! P. tlaud. Feb. b. 1: A itii i.- ri wi p i.. 1 J' :.'il'er a 'i:--ntn 1U j motithlv bill- ! uwlerei.'fi, a.d IT, scene on t ills ot 0.t"j and 1 over, i! paid within ti e liu. - after presentation W altkb ' Lamx i- ai t.oi!it-d 5i-r!nt-i:dsiit i oi our ta- v orks. and nertaiter will attend to the co:l-cior, atjd pa irienn ot s.Ii bills, end the laving oi service pipe, settsuj; 1 Me'er-, ke , 4c OUice ar the t 'ent'al fliou-e W M A BURNK'I I. Pres t Rutiand Gas Liht Co I. tf liutlaiid. March i. l4:i S100.J. -1 n t h : i?h Stencil Tools. CHF;APEsT late-t samp;.. Ail lree AND BEST. SDd fo D L MlLLl 1 i-'i No H EN. Brandon. Vt . or ') I hir.i m . St. Loui. Mo ! 'OR TIIK G RKA I I r INDUCk.HF.Nls EVER ress w it h stamp. I offered A rents, aril r W. W iilBBARD. Ivly 1'oultney. Vt. u 'Ktf'fJ. W A N T E IX A lice vouar horse. wvll broke to drive and to JOSIAH HUNTOUN. do other light work. Lost aud Found. "STRAYED. EstravfJ from the en closure ol the su o! June a two vear f criber ou or about the C'h lirhti-h iron gra mare Lite hind foot, star in hghti-h rray. Whoever celt, oi medium sue, oke the tace. around the cite will give information j ere .aid co.t is shall h well jewarded a. noble 1 inmoutb, June 11. ijhci! Railroads. IIL'TI.A1 Jlt."III.I.C.TO.T II. It. 1S61. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Ivil ( VN and after Monday, May IS lyJ.Traias will . fttaa lollows. vizi koviso s4cth ar EaaT. Leave Burlington. 9 W and 11. C A.M., and ir.uO P. M. 1 - Arrive at Rutland. 12M .123 anl 11.30 P. M. lave Rutland. 5 25 A.M. and 12 15 P M Arnveat Bellows F4iis.7 50A. M and 2 Si P M. M4VUIS aOBTH AD WLAT Leave Bellows F aliH. 12 2i and 5 j P. U Arrive at Rutland. v and X P. M Leave Rutland. 2 Is land 5 50 A. M.. and 3 35 P M. Arrive at Burlingtotj. 4 50 and 8 5 A. M. and 6 uu P.M. I lO.MtEC'T AS FOLLwWa : At Burlington witji Vt. Central, aud Vt Cana da Railroads, fir Montpelier, St. Albans. Reuses Point. Montreal. Ogdensburfrh. and the Wet. At Rutland with trains for Troy. Albany and New York, .-anuog Spring.. Schenectadv and the West. At Bellows Fail with trains on Cheshire Railcoad for F itchbargb. Worceter. Lowell and Boston With Vt. Vailey R R..lor Brattleboro, Springkeld, Han ford. New liavsii and New York and w ith Sullivan Railroad for Windsor, W. R Junction, Welle River. M. Jotan.bury, Barton, Littleton and uw White Mountains. l'a-uirer for the Wet will find that cheap, pleas ant, aud eapeditiousiroute. keeping car on aT night trains between Trov and Rutland i nd Montreal. F or tickets aud all uercsar information uiquir a the outre u the line. K. A f 11 A PIN Sur t PufrllC ItOllrCS. T HE McCALDKL HOUSE. LADIES oBt'IVARY. OtNlmi-.N S OltDINARY. A'D RF-STAURAN I . 030 and M2 Broadwav. Kntrance Rear No Nos S5 atid 37 Jams- Street. ALBANY. 1 he patronage of Citizens, stiaueers and victors tt Albany is 'epetti!ly solicited The house has been fitted up in a manner superior to auv iu the countrv. and every delicacy of the season can be obtained at thi establishment on the most reasonable termw To travelers on SteamboaU and Railroads t ds house afTords advantages over any other. No delay will oecur as every order wiil be served aa soon as given. Private parties furnished ou the shortest notice with everything ot the season. P. S This bouse is within a few step ol the Rail road Depot, being orj I be block below the Delavan Uoue on the opposille side of Broadway. 86 ly Gcorgej W. H arren. CTO VES ! STOV'EST STOVES! Jlhe oridei.ir.ed having leased the Store formerly occupied by Mr. H. G. STALEY. would most re fpectfuliy inform theicitizens ot Rutland aud vicini ty, that be is prepared to execute ail kinds of work in the PLUM HJNu. 1 IN, C PPEK k SHEET I RON LINE. COOKING, PAKLOR. HALL k BOX STOVES, AND IIOMi: COMFOliT STOVF constantly on hand. TIN. COPPER AND fcHEK!' IRON WARE ol everv description t nstantly oa hand, or made to order at Hie lowest ra es. Jobbing executed d h nettnees and despatch Or dors promptly attend -d to. GEOKGK W. WARREN. Masonic Hall. Corner ot West st. and Park Row. Rutland, Vt UG A K SUGAR!! SUGAR!!! lUflced aud l; aw Sagara. at very lew r'o lor rai.ii. G ".V -r Business lirrftor. rilAK C. DEWKY, Artereey, Cou.si!or ai d t-oliritor. I.aUai.d. Vt r-OU.ce. formeriv becubied bi K II ll.t. Esq ., a trm doom North tti Street. tb oart lioo-e. Mic JT tf . I T S l ) L v. HH! LA Oil No. 1 MerchtM 1 U Cor liCCI!'. I. w it i. t; are httej a -ci'r : , . , f VJ.N. " J ov . ilut'aud. t e nl,. r "! Ii 1 li en". ' t.ef n!Odai.?i ot Pm at- i'l-rtie. -", ifi I'rtciaif Hail. i'h Dm -;t's: 1'. it--in ntr; ".itti.O Oiitacies t. .1 ri J.'!:-' TI in f. l:i:l Black, No. t a-t:.-ti.n Vt liK.V. K U-tjm I'ractkai Watch-Mnker lid Jsasisr SeiJs a Ob U it c;a-s of 0.'d and Minrds' 1- Mer ljt;t.' R,r. Ratiti.d CLARK & i'.ROTHER Dealer- in Wntci.e ai.d Jewelrt Cloci- .-i,v. W rc. Fancv ,ools. c l'.s-(irtbr r eat!- d'.n at .liort tiotice A'iits lor tt.t .e HOjii.. .s-Hiua k Wesson's Rem.vers iatks" IS,ck . UtH 'lj . H u LIKi A.W.t un. N.XKK K. X. vifltltl A.V. 'I'l-NF-i; and dealer in M es-t Mutjc Ku.i- 1 ments. H uic lUiokr. l.icWir. t.d KntHmsii . brii it i o.'s !in,tf,rs tf tr u..r , M elsd,gi ; Or'.ver Ic Baker Sem iLr Macl.it.e-. kc. ; ileri.lLt- Row. Rutland. t ITS! V MotVJU.V I'hotorraphic Artt. ti it ti Lulling Xtv fet . ; and lrk hltk. Msrtli.it. Rcw . Rut.acd. Vt Ambrorypes. ile mnottpes A.c . n see ic 1b beet tyle el the An. Photographs ir antnn'ttrt or lafe ixe. ueatiy coiored in ml. trskitf a svi enor f ae ure .f LKWfs &. FoX. Wholesale ar.d Retail dealers in iJicr-" I1k iie. I'atett Medicu.es. hemic!. Artists ilaterisls. pr. fumery. Toilet and F ancy Arti- Je. LaaiM. Kerose I thing pertaining to be Drun-t trd Piescription- caretully i-ieii-ed MsrcLii,t Ia,I.. .s ki,t!.,H v. FRANC I. CIS I'h NN. il Iirijui-'. -ir.-r Whoie-aie and irta itii. t , W. P.. MI'SSKY. I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in F'Ir. Pork Butter Cbee-e. Lard. F i-h. lieans. Ezir. At utes. (n jy Green. ( I ea. Su?ar. t 'offV-e. Mo'asse-. I laid, act! 1 all kin-js or Oood u-uaily kept ir fe trade. ; A Y. SPENCER he CO.. i' iti I;earij Jiadf ( in'l iij . Iii W a'che.. Jeie.r . Cocke. Notions. Lc . Lc IVrkius Block. Putlsnd. Vt -p No. 2 i-t FRENCH u KINfiSLEV, Dealer- n. Hour, tern, M aj. Itoc, t'st, Coi;. N's.i s. .-heii llardw ad. Pt.wtVr. Io-e. t. l.uri-itr Fluid. Futr.iture and tri 's. I'erv 1aie( cii tr. if . rc Near the Rai foad D. pot. Rutlai.d. t. H f liltMH l.tt.klKrtLn P1ERPOEN T NICHOLS. Attorney- at J Merchants' Row Law n(i Solicitors iu Chancery Kotiscrt Vt ',1 l. BnarcT rianr' W T. f BKL C E GRAVES. Attorney at Law. OH.ce No. Z MetchaLt tLe store ol Geo. Graver k f o Bow oi tt MARTIN (i. EVERTS Attoniey lJ Cooisellr r a: I : ti.reij 4 -fl cr it- tl eCouit 1) t o t-i ,jcitr 1 t.t'tt c. Vt REUBEN R. THKALL. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Solicitor il jhancery. Aeent lor l ent -ioters. Boosty Lands, kc J:f:ce. 21 story' Thrall's Block. Rutland. Vt. SHELDON'S & SEASON, (Sueces.ors to Sheldon. Morgan k Siaos. Mart, Dealers. West Rutland. Veroioct. L. Sheldon. CLu Sheldon. II. A SheidoB.Chas. U Slmson 10. ly DR. E. V. N. 1 ARWOOD, Dental Surgeon. Washington st . Rat md.it. A 11 operations tsjrtornied i a careful. skillfal k thorough n.irLt: I). W. PRIME, Snrgeon Dentist, Brandon. Vt. (Km f at the residence of J . Roseeter onon the Brandon House. HIFFK !! . I! is. Marsjiral mm .vie-rlsaaiiral Ie liala, Cdf:cecor. Uerel.&nf m.r.A StreeU. Rutland, Vt 21t, i. k. rim. a. K Bovieii W. W HIREARD, M. I). r Sarffical an J MecLan'ual I)CDtit, S5 Offlce first door Sooth ol the Seminary, PouJtnev. Vt eminary. i iy . M. TKFFT, Surgical ar.l Mecical DtDtift, I'oultney, Vt. OC.ce. one door We ot J. J . Joslins' Store. Dcay removed and leeth filled with Gold without hurting the pauent. 3n-ly Ealr Faaaarr mm Tlarhiar (abas. Near the R. k B. R K. Freight Dewot ('actings of every description, Mili and Machinery Work. lurnished promptly and at low price Orders respectlully solicited bowman mansfield tiutUnd. tict. H. 159 ii PETER C. JONES. WHOLESALE AND RElAIL PAPER WAREHOUSE. So ( Wavr, Cor. ol l. vosb:re st . IXutint tias cau-tantiy on band and for sale a laree assert meut ol ail kinds of P A P E R . Book. New,. Manilla and Press Paper, manuinctared to order at short notice. Aent tor SMITH k Pm. Ki uineit'i Card acu heet. Ii llillll Y E P E A s E . CARD ENGRAVER AND PRINTER; 5 18 i; Ho A I)W A Y . A LB AN . ? Y Litbfgrph and Meed F-Lttavit. ltsh;ifc:i S:ationerv, Drawings oj a;l kind, TIIC Itl TI.A.M Ht Ktl V I- PubS-iehtd Daily and Weekly et U'iwJ t BY GlA. A. 1 UTILE k CO. Till! DAILY IIEIULO Is published every morning in season for the com-; iag trains leaving Rutland, at f'J.trJ per tear F ifty cents per month or 2 cents per aumbei . And will contain full Teh-graphic Reports me the Associated Press, up to the latest hour. toelhr with local news, editorials. Ac. An evening edition will also I published whenev er occasion requires, w Inch will te sold to ail at two cent per number. Liberal teinin made ith Newt men. or parties willing to act as agents. PRICFS OF ADVERTISING: F'or ten Unes or less. I Two weele Sl"i One day, S0 50 Ihree weeks 2 6 Two days .....0i ! ore month S Three days 7o 1 1 hree months 50 Four day H) I Six months & F ive days Sst I Nine moots LlH One Week l.tsJ One year. lii Special contracts maie tor larger amounts1oi ad vertisinff an with retuiar customers Til K EEKI.V KEiMLV in PCBLISHLU KV LBV !THCKf"DAy ;MOBIt. And w ill con'ain a full syrcp-isof the news of ti previous week, including lull lelegiaphic reports cl that day. TERMS OP PCBSOEirTlOS Village subscribers, rervtd ly carrier Office end ltail sul.fCJ.:l tts TiJ ITT'If paymtr-t is not made etrictly in atlvacce.25 ceiita w ill in a)I crsef le added to ttese tein-ssod iu'erest charged stter cne etr; tut no pler wiii be sent fo tubscsilers ret of ti e State until r4.'.ir' snd when the ntscrifticn expire tbe .rtr wiii t diaeoutinued. TlltwS OF ADTI.HT1SJS. F'or 10 lir.es or le:-s ii r three weels ' F or each week s cor'iausnce. tiiree co ts jer h A liheia: a !errce irEd toll,, -e wto ti':' DR I a -: 'lat i-oi el 1 I floa t-Di i ira' tor pa; a' I n: jre at i tlEJ tUl tha r Q( 11 k aid .P.'l'r';