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Paine, Allen, Pond & Co BOOTS AND SHOES. PAINE & CO. have now returned from market, ud have I BBd lane stock ol good in their line. Con . t ft 8,000 worth fBOOT8 AND SHOES, Of ' 1 k nds, and Spring Styles, which will be "old r CASH at prices that the people will say one to eth.r: aine 4. Co'a. is the place to buy your aboos. P. S. Call and aatlBfy yonreelTes. Cramton k Nichols' Block. J J !,i l) c LOTHING ! nt nTTUNfil V V - -. A laree Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, juBjt eeeived, wxiich at bought lor Cash at PANIC PRICS5I and will be sold at prices that wilj gel! them, by PAUSE & CO. H ATS AND CAPS! PAINE & t'O.. have now 0 hand alt the new nd drairaie Spring Stales of SOT FRENCH HATS, MEN'S AND BOYS' CAPS. INFANTS' CAPS, CHILDREN'S' CAPS, Ac. Such a variety of Styles that they cannot help bat it all who can on PAINE k CO. s ILK HATS! SILK HATS! it t PAINE A CO , have now on liana two spring SrvlesofSilk Hats, which lor beauty, quality ana price eannot be beat. . P. S. Call and see. APS! GAPS!! GAPS!! c All kinds made to order by T AINE & CO. LADIES' TRUNKS of all kinds, the largest stock this side ot New York or Boston, oanbe?oundat PAINB&CO'S. G ENTS FURNISHING GOODS A large stock en hand, and selling at prices to suit theUmei- PAINE & CO. Rutland, April 10th, 1861. lo-ti Miscellaneous. TWOOD, RUGOLES & CO. NO 1. CAMTON & NICHOLS BLOCK, Dealers in HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Now oner a large aud more complete aseortmen than ever before ana at prices as low as can be had tn the cities. Counting ot Rich and common I ur liiture, suitable for the DRAWING KOOM AND PARLOR, KITCHEN, CHAMBER AND OFFICE, Soitu, Divaun, Tete-a-tetee, Lounges, Secretaries, Extention, Centre and Teilet Tables, Com mon aud Side What-Nots, Bureaus, Chamber -Sets, common to the beet Mahogany or Black Walnut MAHOGANY, BLACK WALNUT. CANE AND WOOD CHAIRS, All grades and kinds ol C A 11 P E T S ! Floor Oil Cloths, Felt and Drugget Cloth, Straw and Cocoa Matting, Velvet, Lambs Wool Mats. MATTRESSES AND SPRING BEDS Ol our own manufacture CKOCKEliY, GLASS AND STONE WARE. COFFINS constantly in readiness, from the more ooMly to a common article. Orders solicited for UPHOLSTERY AND MATTRESS WORK, And lor repairs of Furniture at our Store. OVAL AND SQUARE FRAMES tor 1 ictures furnished on call at our Repair Rooms adjoining tiie Store. Moses Ccrtib. Louisa Atwood. . Pakiex skow . C RUOOLB9. Rutland, Dec. 4. 18 49-tf B K K AD! BREAD!! IS THE 8 T A F O F LIFE! . . . i 1. I J I.I.,... mA et.flT V no Can pass tnruugu me wiiuum a nu and how can you expect a good staff without good malt-rial to manufacture IromT You will find the material at H.O PERKIN'S COMMISSION STORE, .MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND, VT. Flour, Corn Meal, Rye Metl, Oats, Rye and Corn, ground together iu proper proportions for feed, r.nhim Kiuur. Buckwheat Flour, ke.. all warranted of the Best quality in the market, and at the Lcwbst FK1CE, wiil be sola in large oi umiii (uuuu, iu euit the purchaser. CASH paid for Corn, Rye. Oats, Buckwheat, and Pop Corn, and if you want your HOUSE COVERED Wl'iH SLATE, it will be done to order, and in good style. Rutland, Feb. 20, 1861. 8-tf MASON & CHENEY, HAVE just received a large assortment of NEW GOODS consisting of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, &c. Our stock ot Goods is now much larger than we have ever kept before, and we are determined to ell as LOW AS THE LOWEST ! By Ple;iee call and examine. ORK, FLOUR AND LARD, at MASON t CHENEY'S. N ICE PICKLES, all ready for use at MASON & CHENEY'S. IV O. 1 MACKEREL, bv pound or in Kitts, SAL 1 MON He CODFISH, at MASON & CHENEY'S. EAL FOR FEED, at MASON & CHENEY'S. fOOD QUALITY OF LADIES' SLIPS, 1 unta iiai rt;tir. ut lor 60 y MASON & CHENEY'S. Main Stret, Rutland, Feb. 14. T-tf H AIR ORNAMENTS! A Uav an arniifl intnnne of six years, dunne which time we have had many thousand articles braided by the party that NOW braids our Hair ornaments, we are satisfied that in every intanoe we get the IDENTICAL HAIR THAT IS FURNISHED.' And in addition to our former samples, we are now able to f how some of the finest designs in ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORK, whioh, besides being valuable keepsakes, are much prised lor their Artistic merit. By this mode we can arranee the shortest Infant Hair. Call ajjd see the 400 different patterns at the Watch. Jkwklet and 8lLTKa-wJIls0iJ0AgE Rutland, April 4, 1861 . l-tf p. CHOICE GOODS! Lr LATE STYLES! LOW PRICES Miss PeniiI.i has just returned from New York with a full assortment of MILLINERY, BONNETS, MISSES AND IN FANTS' HA TS, D VHTERS, MANTILLAS, CLOAKS, fc, e, frc Kent constantly on hand and made to order. Row and 16- tf West St., Rutland, Vt. AprU 18. 1861. TVTEW GOODS. Now ready, a full and complete stock oi SPRING MILLINERY GOODS, Embraoing all the novelties of the season, and offer- a rtrifMii tfl ait I f thfl times. Alan thA WIllOOX & til DOS' the cheapest, most reliable, and Jajuily use ; never gtt eta oj ordtr. An early call is solicited. k4. Apr tit, I, best machines tor E. BARNES. 17-1 THE RUTL BiiHiiSS &; Cbaplin. rp H E EIGHTH WO NDER !! ilZ familiar with the fact " 7" l", ,r yea ago there lived in tbeUttieper.a' in the Soth Kist of Europe ev- wi i ''JS wno were denominated the Seven wise M'a of Greece. There was then and is now ,na"'te ot rains in Egypt, Persia and Greece, veD. wassive works of art designated as the seven V gderaol the World. These were the Pyramids O" I, , n thA Tomnl nf fltnnn fc TCrtheftufl ! the Co- turvni. the Temole of Diana at Eohesus .oseusof Rhodes; the Mausoleum or Tomb oi King l Mausolus built by bis wile Artimisia; tne Iftue oi I J ipiter Olympus; the Hanging Gardens ol lOuylon, ( and Hie Pharos or Watch Tower of Alexandria. We ', have now to announce another, the Eighth Wonder, more modern to be sure, but nevertheless marvelous, viz : That Bulings & Chaplin can sell every variety of Goods lor less money than were ever before ot tered at retail west of the Green Mountains. We say what we know, when we inform the people of Rutland County that.they can buy their Dry Goods, consisting of Ladies Dress Goods of the latest styles. DeLaines, Prints, Bleached and Unbleached Cottons, Den ims, Summer Pant, Clot lis &c. Superior Watch Spring Steel Hoop-Skirts,also the Union Skirt the thing for 1861. Looking Glasses, Crockery , Glaaa Stone, Farthen and Wooden Ware, Hardware, Table Cutlery, Nails. Glass, Paints, Oils, Furniture and Carnage Varnish, Cam phene, Burning Fluid, and Down er's Kerosene, Weft India Goods and Groceries, Durkee's Select Spices. And an in finite variety of Household Goods, at lower prices than have been sold in Rutland within the last half century. Our purpose is to sell our goods at small profits for each We can do it and make money. Call and bee if we don't. BILLINGS & CHAPLIN. Head oi Washington street, Rutland, Vt. Would you like the best Brand of Flour the town affords, ground from pure white wheat, Inquire for the "Premier Mills" at 3 BILLINGS It CHAPLIN'S. Chester Kiflgsley. s TARS AND STRIPES BOCNB TO WAVE CHESTER KINGSLEY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. LOW FOR PAY Central June 1st, 1861. Howe Block, Rutland. Vt. Urn. E M R . II. Mussey 11 E M B E R T II E Y A T 31 u s s KEEPS REAL D A N B Y C 11 E E S E 'Sag and plain.,' FORGET THE AND DOXT P U M P K I N P L O U R FOR PIES. KBIT BY Hill. Clark & Brothers. yATCHES AND JEWELRY ! CLARK & BROTHERS, With pleasure now inform you that they have just moved into their New and large Store in Clark's New Block. Corner of West Street and Merchants' Row, Rutland. Vt., where they have a large assort ment of AMERICAN WATCHES, made to their own order, and perfect timekeeper!. KNGLISU AND SWISS WATCHES of every grade, trom S3.00 to 100 ,00. HUNTING FULLj JEWELLED LEVEES, iroro S8.00 to S50.00. 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 Ac. SILVER PLATED WARE, A larpe assortment of Castors. Cake and Card Bas kets, Goblets, Pitchers, Full Tea Setts ol the latest and most beautiful designs. Knives and Forks, Ladles of all sizes. Pie and Fruit Knives, with many articles not mentioned. CLOCKS of every description. Thirty hour, Eight day and Thirty day Clocka from 60 cents to 25,00. TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A large assortment Ivory Handled Breakfast, Din ner and Tea Knives; also oommon Seta Knives and Forks. Rifles, Revolvers, and Single Pistols, Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, Caps, &c. FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS. With an endless variety of Ladies and Gents FANCY GOODS. And Cldldrens Toys and presents for the Hollidaya. And last, but not least, lOOO PAIRS SPECTACLES, Of Gold, Silver, Steel and Plated bows with the best Scotch Peble or the cheapest glass. We shall keep constantly on hand for resetting in old bowa Permcopic Concave and Convex eyes. AH the above goods were bought for Cash and will be sold lower than the same can be bought in New York or Boston. REPAIRING. -Watches of all kinds, Clocks and Jewelry repaired in the best mannar aud at our usual low prices. II. G. Clark, A. W. Claisk, X. Clabk. Dec. 12, 1860. 60 BAROMETERS AND THERMOME TERS. Clark at Bbothbks have just received another lot oi ANEROID BAROMETERS. Sure iudicators of the approaching weather, and very convenient lor farmers and others who wifh to know in advance what the weather will be. Also. SIX DOZEN 1HERMOMETF.KS. Clarks' Block, Rutland. Marck 4, 1861. 10-tf HA I R J E W E L II Y ! CLARK & BROTHEKS are prepared to braid and Gold mount Ladies' and Gents Neck, or Vest Chains, Pins, Braoelets, Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Charms, Ear Rings or any other articles required. All done in the neatest manner on short notice, and at very low prioei, at New Store, in Clakks' 15 lock, Rutland, Vt. March 4, 1861. 10-tl EVOLUTION AMONG THE CLOCKS ! CLARK & BROTHERS, Have on exhibition and for sale TWO CASES CLOCKS, that run without friction and lequire no oil, and warranted to keep accurate time for 26 years without repairs or cleaning. Also, this day received another large invoice Ol Rich Jewelry and Silver Plated Ware. AT THIEIR NEW STORE, Clarks' Block, Rutland, Jan. 7, 1861. 2ti E V O L V E R S, REVOLVERS. CLARK & BROTHERS have this day received a large invoice of Colt's, Smith's, Wesson's and Al len's improved Revolvers, which were bought for cash, and will be sold for three fourths the former prices. Cartridges 75 cents p r hundred. Also an other lot of dirk and bowie knives. Clark's Block, June 1st. 1361. GARDEN TOOLS, for sale by BARRETT & SON. BRISTOL IMPROVED PLOWS, for sale by BARRETT & SON. Rutland, April 10, 1861 15 tl WHITE FISH AND TROUT, for sale by BARRETT & SON. ySHTON SALT lor sale by BAKIiETI . iO". 'D WEEKLY HERALD: TirCHJSDAY. JULY E. 1i Merriam. COME WHERE THE Quartett, 60 oents. COWSLIP BLOWETH JALEIDOSCOPS, at E, N. MERRJAM'P. AFRESH SUPPLY of those China VAn8. juit received at ilEfiiUAM'S. GUNS, WHIPS, AIR Boys, at PISTOLS, to . for the E. N. MEKRIAM'S. nHINA TEA SETTS, Paints. Setts of Furniture, 6lo , lor the Girls, at E N. MEKR1AM S. OTHER THINGS too numercus to mention at MELUUAM ?. Rutland, May 25, 1S61. EATUER COVERED BAT I ALLS, at MERRIAM S. J jMFES AND DRUMS, at the MUSIC STOKE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS in preat variety at the L'SIC SI ORE. I7RESU ARRIVAL of TOYS ANN PF.RFUME- RY, at E N. MERRIAM S. I. M. Southwick. , 1 AV A R AND HIGH PRICES. It is renerally supposed that high prices of the nec essaries of lile invariably followed, as a natural con sequence of war. But acall at KOUTU WICK'S will saimy all that no such deplorable censequences have as yet followed the movement of the Government airuBsr the traitors of the countjrv. and that his large stock of groceries and provisions is still kept op, and that bis prices are tm sucn as cannot i&ii to give general satisfaction. The increased patronage which continues to be bestowed upon him gives him cbutidence in the hope tbat bia attempt to please the bublic has not been i,arn oi ood remit to bis customers and he pledges himreli to renewed effofts in their behalf. lo all rucu, men, as wuuiu cuuuuuc iy iu iu,tji purchases where they can get t(e best articles, at t latent postibie prices, he would shy that his stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TEAS, SUGARS, FLOUR, BUTTER, CHEESE. I'ORK, LARD. UAMB, FOREIGN FRUIT, BURNING FLUIDS, OILS, kc . Ac, Has just been replenished at the reduced City prices for the SPRING TRADE, and that it will be kept full and perfect throughout the teaon. Farmers. Mechanics. Hotel keepers and House keepers generally throughout the County, are re spectfully solicited to examinelhu stock f CROCKERY, GLASSTSTONE AND WOODEN WjAKE, Hi choice assortment of Domestic and foreign Fruits, Coffee, fcpice-. ConfpUonery, Eilract, Sauces. Drui?s. Fish, lobfceo and Searii, Garden, r lower aud BirdOeed. CanUiee. Shot, Vegetables, and the ttiouiiU and one articles that go to make A FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE HERDS GRASS AND CLOVER SfcED Citiiena and strangers visiting Rutland, are tovitel to give him a call, examine hi stock, and tie pledges Liia-til to make his prices satisfactory to all. il M SOUTH WICK. No. 5 Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt., April 16, lsOl! ltl R. II. Curt. B. II. BURT, will open on Friday, May 1. a beautiful stock ot RAW. FOULARD, INDIA AND FRENCH DRESS SILKS! Price, from f'i cents to S2.00. Alto a new stock olthe celebrated Double Extension II O O P SKIRT' A new stock ot FARWELL S SHOES AND MOURNING DRESS GOODS Black Si!ks(no lustre.) Black Figured Silk. Black Checked Silk. Black and Lavenler Silks. Bl k Rippled Silk, Bl k Foulard Silk Black Raw Silk. AlfO. lOOO Yds Black Silk with heavy lutre BLACK POPLIN. Black Moha r. 17c, value 25, Black Print, a large variety in 72 Reed Cloths and last colors. B. 11 BLRI. BLACK GINGHAM, Black Brilliante. Blk Lawn and Muslin. Black Berages, and Crape Merett Black Embroidery, Black Veils, Black Eng. Crape Vails. Black Bordered Handkerchiefs, 4c . c , kc. UT-One Price Only. CT 16-tf B II BURT. BH. BURT, will open on WeJnes- day, April 17th, 2000 yds Bleached Cotton. 7.S' cents, value Pj. u. ii.bcui. 4000 YDS. Ero. yd wide Cotton, "X cents. iOOO YDS. Print, in Pink. Blue, BuffBro. Purple. Ac, Ac arc., at 8 cents, former price 11. UOOO YDS Merrimack Prints. 8K CU. 3000 YDS. Eng. Style Shallies. 18 ct., value 25. 3000 YDS. Traveling Dr Goods, 9 eta., value 12j IOOO YDS. Mohair. 1 H yds. wide, 87i cts . value 75 cents. 10OO YDS. Eng. Berage. figured. 25 cents, former price 87 12. 1000 YDS. Boys Pant Cloth, handsome and fast colors, 25 cts., former price 87 . 1000 YDS. Lad Cloth, all wool and new colors. 112; 500 YDS. Pl'd Mohair, 12$ cU-, value 20 600 YDS- Embroidered Foplii. 30 eta. fx VI YDS. vd. wide Sheeting Prints, 15 cts., value to AO CM., viiue 4 B. U. BURT cents. BLACK FRENCH VEILS, with real border B. U. BURT. E "MBROIDERF.D Muslin" and Cambric Sets, at 81.25 and 31.50. value 1.76 and S2.50. I B. U. BURT. LADIES- GAUNTLET GLOVES, 12J cents B. U BURT. ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES. 600 worth just received. This is the only glove we keep in Kid. PrieeSlCW , B H. BURT. II ICi DOZ. 3 Threaded Genu Half How. Real B.U BURT. IWl'Brittsh, tf( TOZ. HEAVY SOCKS, for Workmen 1UU Military men, 12H cts., value 25. B. U. BURT ion DOZ. No. 12 Blue. Brown and B. White Half 11 BURT. oee.j 500 DOZ. l ad w't Slate, Blue and Brown Hope. 12j cents, value 20. B. 11 BURT. X AD AND GENTS Silk Under Ve.ts and Draw- li ers. Also, these goods in Merino. B II. BURT. 16-tf Rutland, April 16, 1SC1. Lewis & Fox. rPO PHYSICIANS of Rutland County X and vicinity : We are prepared to 611 your or ders for DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMICALS, on the most favorable terms the market affords. LI-WIS A FOX, Druggists, Merchants' Exchange, Rutland, Vt. LEWIS & FOX, keep all kinds of ap proved Patent Medioines. which they sell at prices corresponding with bard times. 83rItememberthe place: MERCHANTS' ROW, Rutland Vt. A full assortment of Sboulderbraces, Trusses and Supporters of the most approved patterns, suitable for all ages and both sexes. For sale by LEWIS & FOX. Rutland, April 10, 1861. NOTICE. TO THE CITIZENS OF It Rutland and vicinity. We have just returned from market with a fresh supplv of DRUG AND DRUGGISTS ARTICLES, making everv thing complete in our line of trade. AND PARTICULARLY Among other things new, We have one Of A. D. Puffer's Celebrated Improved Soda Fountains, the second of the kind erer made, an l surpassing all other kinds in beauty and couvenience, trom wliich we shall dispense pure Soda, not to be beat any where. . LEWIS & FOX. Rutland, June 11, IStil. rpUE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF -1 Perfumery and Toilet articles ever offered for sale in Rutland, for sale cheap b Lew is & FOX. 15 Hi No 1 MeHMifiritp" Kxcti,jr,:-- Stephen French. ryllE SUBSCRIBER would announce -L to the Ladies of Ruand and vicinity, that b has Just received a NEW LOT OF CLOAKS, To which be would Invite especial attention. Also, that be baa a large assortment of COLLARS AND SETTS, now on i.heir way, and will shortly be opened. A large assortment of WHITE GOODS, NEW RIBBONS, SPRIN STYLES, NEW LOT ZEPHYR WORSTED, Just opened. 'Also, a new lot ot . HOOP SKIRTS, of the most approved manufacturers Also new Styles of D R E S S T R I M M I N i S , And every thing else in his line ol business. ' STEPHEN FRENCH. Rutland, April 10, 1S61 li-tf LADIES, TAKE NOTICE! A large lot of FANS Just received, from 12 cent to 2Xp, at J-KENCH S. O i RKNCH baa added to hi stock of 'ancy goods. ijm JAUES EA TRACT OF TIIE POND LILY and Other penume ; also PORT MONN I LS. G REAT RKDUCIION iu tl price of COLLARS f and SKI IS, Setts worth 3 Vi tor 1 fyi. At FRENCH'S I AM cou-tantlv receiving new iu my line of Luxinet-s Rutland. June 21. jiKid' of all kind S. FRENCH VNKW LOT OF PARIS NETTS received th. day at r RENCH b. French L Kiu!ev. gy- T7 RES II AR jH..Vy 7 UK BEST 1 RIVALS PATTERNS SOFAS, DIVANS. TETE-A-TETES. LOUNGES. MATTRA88ES. SPRING BEDS CENTRE TABLES, WHAT NOIS, BUREAUS. SECRET A RIP.S. BEDSTEADS, MIRKORS. Oak Cbamter 8tt. Flowered Chamber Setts, Eaty Chain. Sola Seat hairs. Cane Seat 'Chairs. Wood Seat Chairs, Sick Chairs, kc . kc , at FRENCH t KINGSLEY S. H- OWES CELEBRA TED SCALES These Scales have taken the Medal at the Ver mont Mate fair Foes MU la ucctsioK.and the medal at every place they have eihibifed this year. All kinds for rale at manufacturers prices, at BENCH & KINGSLEY S. c OFFINS. FRENCH & KINOS LEY have a new and complete assortment of Cotl;n. Caskets and Burial CaM-s. of every size, style and price, with or aithout boa. from Roxewood arid Mahagany to the c mraon Pine Coffin, all trimme-1 ready for u-e Particular attention paid tl all orders from out ot town. HAKDWARE Kuilders' Hardware Bells, Door Beli. fcc , sic, at Lock" TTand F. Ik K S JAINIS -All kind ut Paints and Oi's at F. A K'S. V"I-W PATTERNS OF TAPESTRY, J. 1 Ingrain, and three ply Ca-petiug. Juft received at FRENCH k KINGSLEY S 100 BBLS. FRESH CEMENT. at FRENCH k KINGSLEY S. 100 SACKS PURE ASIITON SALT, at FRENCH k KINGSLEY'S. I M E BY T II E B A R REL, For sale at FRENCH A KINGSLEY S s C Y T II E S AND SNATHS at FRENCH & KINGSLEY'S. G LASS CUT TO ORDER, at FRENCH k KINGSLEY, 8. XatbaD Pifrff. TIIE FLAG OF -'OUR UNION" culi waves over the old UNION STORE ou Alain Street, where may be found one of the largest stocks ot.Goods in Rutland, which have " seceded " in prices so that large quantities of D Ii Y GOODS G Ii O CE III E S, BOOTS AND SHOES, And all kinds ol Goods from a Darning Needle to a hogshead of Sugar, are daily carried away under the protection of the Stars and Stripes. : Remember No chaige lor showing goods. NATHAN PIERCE A NEW STOCK OF DRESS GOODS jut receive! by NATHAN PIERCE. A NEW LOT OF STELLA AND BROCUA 2V SHAWLS Just received by NATHAN PIERCE. VNEW LOT OF received by GLOVES AND HOSIERY Just NATHAN PIERCE. A just received by NATHAN PIERCE. Ofin HOOP SKIRTS jutt received, and selling iUU cheap, by NATHAN PIERCE. 3000 YDS. PRINTS extra quality and last colors selling at 8 oents, by NATHAN PIERCE. N01 SALMON for aale by NATHAN PIERCE. pTO. 1 MACKEREL for sale by ATUAN PIERCE. JAPANESE TEA for tale by 11 NATHAN PIERCE. TURK'S ISLAND SALT for sale by NATHAN PIERCE. TROUBLE EXTRA, EXTRA, and FANCY FLOUR XJ for sale bv NATHAN PIERCE. ! 20dawtf 11. 1861. Real Estate for Sale. "PARM FOR SALE. The fmbscriber J- oflera for tale bis dairy Farm, lying one and one half mile South-east ot Rutland village, containing upwards oi one ha ad red acre. For further particular inquire of GKotu.v. I. UfSStV Kuuana, vt., uarcu 6, isci. 10-tf OUSE FOR ALH The brick Kt the Episcopal Church in this village is now off. ed for sal bv E L. MUSSEY. 10-tf ii EOR Rutland, Vt.. March 6. 1A. UK SALU ValuabU Real Ef-tafe near the Depot. No better limitim. turtitinn in town. Kre opi ortuDitv for an inL-.i.,.t Lnr.r. Kuiiana. reo. , ixfii. I $ tr To whom it may Concrrn. ATOTICE. I hereby A notice that -a. I Lave tLixdav given my ski Elwi:i F Iewi', ui nme lor ana during the remid nmg part of lii mmoritv, gad that I s'lall not clam tin of his ear- I niugs nor pay any of his debts alter tht date . , . ALVA LEWIS vuDji.jiiae I'Jtn la. 2-:. Hw Jatuej into trie inclu-ure of JL1 the sub-enberon the 231 ibt.. m. limit lv iiorse; should imtge to be five orkiit tnn ...h ,tt. amall white pot in the foreheJd 1 he r.wnrr i. reiueetea to i.rote prouertv tar charges and me Fame away. LkWH V H A I k Hi (.larendon, June 2S, lwt. 2T2 I rrO WHOM IT MAV COXCEKX -a- All thoe indebted to u.are rj-npectluliy reueet- BA REIT 4. SON Rutland. April 1C, 1-fA. ANK OK RCTLAN S'l OCK : bis ifl.i in Cram- The ubribf-r oilers fc.r sale a ton Mchoia liiock, Kutiaul, HiO SHIRES STOCK n" Vt.. ill IK BANK OF RUTLAND,: " iw i euii parcnaaers ,. . . . ... 11 HENRY BAXTER r.uuana, Apri l, li tf PAYMENT RKgiJES ii im-i; j ate payment of all debt Sue the late firm of C Lit 113. RLGGLES, AI W OOD CO.. must be maae ana con save ATWOD. L(.i;i.rs a oi Kuuand, reb. Vt. 1-61. itf XOTICE! The Selectio n will meet at A.t their Office in the Town Hall, on the Iat I Thursday of each Slonth at 1 o c ock P. M , to trans- ' act turineis. ! S J .RIG(,S. M S Illi If AliD SOB.", Selectmen 13-tf G. P. H ANN CM. Rutland. Marclt ".A PAYMENT REQL ES ate payment of ail delv ED. Immtdi- hue the late firm of CUKIIS st UUGGLEs, mu- Le riKJe and cot saved. C. RUGGLES. 1 tf Rutiand. Feb. 2. l-:i X-OTICE. Heaeaf-er di ount of 10 all monthlv tili'. percent, will be frsde ob ntder Z.r. and 15 percent fn tills ot KX'J and over, it paid within five days aftar preeentation. Waltkb c. Larx?r ii appointed fopetintendent of our Ga Works, and hereatt will attend to the collection and pavmebt of all bills, and theiating of service pipe. fettHig of Meters, tic. kc. Oli-c at tLe Centra) IJr.ue I WM. A. BUHXETT. Pres't Rutland hi' Light Co Rutland. March 1.1-01. I 1j tf -4 Qlflf) a month: 0 lOO Made itb Stencil Tools. CHEAPEST AND BEST. Send for Isteet samp!e. Ail free. D L MiLLIKEN. Brandon. Vt.. or 14-tf No I bird St., St. Louis, Mo. 1 ?OK THE GRKAlEsf INDUcEMENlft E ER X onerea Agents, aldre-e with stamp. Dr V. W. UIHBARD, I'ouitney. lvly Vt. U'riifrdi W A N T E D. A rice young hore. we!I broke to drive and to JoslAU U US TOON. do other light work. Lost and Fdnnd. 37STEAYED. Estraybl from the en -A closure of the subscriber ion or aboot the 6b of June a two year old lightish iron grav mare colt, ot medium size, one hit bind foot, 'star in the face, around tne nose llgbtfyh gray. Whoettr will give Information where said colt is .ball be well rewarded. A.NOBLE iinmoutn, Jane II. 11. Railroad Rl'TLlin 4c 11. SUMMER BrRL 5UTOX Ik. It. ll. ARRAN EUENT. N aud after Monday, May 12,1861, Trains will iia ii iouows, viz : moviko sorra iid east. Leave Burlington, 9.00 and 11.16 A.M.. and 8.00 P. M. Arrive at Ketland. 12 M.,1.20 anl 11 3) P. M. Leave Rutland. 6 i6 All ml 12 Li P. M. Arrive at Bellows Falle, 70 K. M. aud 2 Si P. M. MOVIHO HOBTH A tilt WIST Leave Bellows falls 12 25 and 6 3d P. M. Arrive at Rutland, 2 6o an4 ts.00 r. M. Leave Rutland. 2Haiid 6 60 A. M.. and 3 35 P. M. Arrive at Burlington, 4-50 and 8 50 A. M. and 6 ou P.M. , TR4IVA COMtBCT At FOLLOWS : At Burlington with t Central, and Vt. k Cana da Railroads, f ir Montpelieri St. Albans. Rouse's Point, Montreal. OgdeneburglJ. and the West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Albany and New Yoik. Saratoga Springs, Schenectad and the West. At Bellows Falls with trains on Cheshire Railroad for ritchburgb. Worcester, Lowell and Boston. With Vt. Valley R R.,tor Brauleboro, Springfield. Hart ford. New Haven aud New York and with Sullivan Railroad for Windor, W. R (Junction. Wells River, St. Jobnsbury, Barton, Littleton and the White Mountains. Passenger for the West will fla4 th. a cheap, pleas ant, and expeditious route. Sleeping car on all night trains between Troy and Rutland and Montreal. For tickets and all uece$ar; information inquire a the ofhees ou the line. E. A.CHAPIN Sur-'t Public Houses. HP II E M c 0 A L 1) E L II O U S E. X LADIES. ORT.'IVAftYi GENTLEMEN S OKDINAKY. AND RESTAURANT. Nos. 530 and 532 Broadway Entrance Rear Nos 35 aud 37 Jame Street. ALBANY. The patronage of Citizens, strangers and visitors at Altmny is respectfully solicited. The bouse has been fitted up in a manner superior to any in the country and every delicacy of the season can be obtained at mi rstaoiii-nment on tne most reasonable terms. to travelers on steamboats and Railroads t'ds Dou-e anorax advantages over any other. No delav will occur as every order will, be served as scon as given. Private parties famished on the shortest notice with everything ol the season, i P. S This bouse is within a few steps of the Rail road Depot, being on the block below the Delavan House on the opposite side of Broadway. 35 ly. George W lVarrfn, STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES ! The undersigned having leased the Store formerly occupied by Mr. S. G. STALEY, would most re spectfully inform the citizens of Rutland and vicini ty, that he is prepared to execute all kinds of work in the PLCMBING. TIN,COPPER k SHEET IRON LINE. COOKING, PARLOR, HALL k VOX STOVES, AND HOME COMFORT STOVE, constantly on hand. TIN. COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE ol every description constantly on band, or made to order at the lowest rates. Jobbing executed with neatness and despatch. Or ders promptly attended to. GEORGE W. WARREN. Masonic Hall. Corner of West St. 11-tt and Park Row, Rutland, Vt. SUGAR' SUGAR'! SUGAR!!! Refined Raw Sugars, at very low prices for cash. and HAKhKTT A SOX AKDEN SEEDS. fr Cusiness Director. CHAS. C. DEWEY, " Attorney, Coansellor and Solicitor. Pctiand. Vt C7UfTo. formerly occupied by H. H. Hodreo, q . a few doors North of the Court lions. Mala Street. i; JA I C II S U K S OYSTER : 1 a i; 11 A X o us K FOR LADIEs A CIJSlLfMtX, No. 1 Mrcliett-- Row. l:ut:tia. t Iu coimxJou with the above eftabli-bmeiit ihtrc are litfed up a mite of f-o.ir lioums. for the acconv ntKiatioii oi mate I rtie. A No. a good lani;itia Ma;i. with lJre.ji,r Roon- .ler in every tj ;., and -on C-iiccie in their -a- DI.'S SMITH & READ M-CiJrnChi kiid Surgical Dentift Black. No. . Ca-t.eton Vt. I'fliO t iioo REN. K. ( llAsi., Practical Watch Maker and Jeweler c)a-of Goirt end Silver G1-. Merchant' Row. l.'utiaud. 't. fx-! if a DbC Utl CLARK & liHOTIO'.lIs Dealers iii Watche. ai,d Jeaejry. Clock. fi;v ware I-atiC Goods ic Repairiur teat, oote at .."..u..ic Agejit. or 11, mir ,ojt. H G LAKK A W.tUU. N (LAKH N. .''IK left a i n UN ER .nd dealer iu M.et-t Muic Ut.i,., a mel.t. MllMt iiwi,. ln-l.r,. . i a M k, 'J '"""rt P-- r foreV hUxSvu, j Groier k Laker . hewing Machmet. c . kc Merchant-' Row. Rutland, Vt Ktf I . MOWJiEV. i ' 'r'V,,'l'bc Art fen. tnioi, IIuiMitig Mun (rt.. j and t ,,k. B.ocV. Merchant, Row. Louand Vt til . L, Phctograt-h. in B.;i0re cr !sM ( lie. lieat y cc.ored in oiJ. ttikitg a eui erior aa 1 VI. frtT LEWIS L FOX. I ateiit MeoiciLe. Lunial. An.--. u . . . .. ' I ttimtrr T.l. t . . . . """'"".in. rir".i ui. . l . 1 r - - . u id every- ' rtair,iiig to tije lruri.t trud. PteKripticn carefully aiti.M-d. MerchadtC EicLange, Lut.aid.Vt FRANCIS FENN. Vhol-...e an J K-tail Drugn.t, Mait e-irei. R,t a l d , t . ..ji j W. B. MUSSEY. I Wbolealeard Retail Dealers in r lour Pork Battel Cbee-e. Ijird. lith. lan. Fgir. Atpies. (Dry and Green. i leas. Siigr. Coffee. MoiaM;. Fluid, and j a if kinds ol Goods o-ua':; kept in the trade. fd A. F. hl'EXCFK & CO.. in Leadv-Made !(. , K.t. i Dealer' t , . Jee!rv. lock. Nciictf. ic . ic. N.2 ! """ uiuti. r,(!;LO. t 2tt FRENCH & KINGSLEY, let,er iu f Jour. Corn, Meal. Iron. S'eel. CoaL jl. fiejl IIafdad. Pomcrr. 1 u-e. O l. Burning Huid. lon.iture ai d ane . Reaov lale cfl.n. 4e . fc. Near the iiaj.rcad D.poi. ButJaLd. t b y rfittc-H. l. . aiaoaiKT PIERPOINT & NICHOLS. Attorney, at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Merchant. Row. RutlaLd. Vt 1 It EOBEET riBBFOIjfT. - HCBOli C. E. GRAVES. Attorney at Law. Ofl ct No. 3 Merchant- the store ot Geo. Grave. A Co. Row . ever 5 lj MARTIN (i. EVERTS. Attorney ard t ot teeJJt-r at I. n d alienor J tancery. Cfiee in tleCourt lu tt. tntitid. Vt REUBEN R. THRALL. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Solicitor u, Shancery. Agent for Pennstoners. Bounty Lands, Ac Ottce. 2d story Thrall's Block. Rat! and. Vt SHELDON'S & SLA SON. (Successors to Sheldons. Morgan A Slaoos, KarbJe Dealers. West Rutland. VerdiOBt. L. Sheldon. Cha Sheldon, U A Sheldon, Chae. H Slaeon 19 1 DR. E. V. X. I A R WOOD, Denul Surgeon. Washington at , Eat land.Vt. All operation wrformHi in a careful fkillful A thorough manner D. V. PRIME. Surgeon Dentist. Brandon, Vt. Office at the residene nf J R oasever . oyoerte the Brandon House. fltHEK V IIOVAKI. Hairyirail mmd .'l-laaBicai f isla, Office eor yrk,nt' Wmw - a m- . Streets. RutlaLd, Vt 21tf I. K. PIPER. H BOWAHI W. W HIBBARD. 31. I).. pr- Surgical and 3Iechanieal Dentist, Poultney. Xt. 1-ly DR. 31. TEFFT. Surgical aud 3Iefical Dentist, I'ouitney. t. CrtLee, one door Wert Of J.J. Joeiins' Store. Decay remaved and Teeth nlled with Gold wftbout bartiDg the patient. vlj Easlr FaaiarT ail 9Iaeaiae Hlsaa, Near the H. A B. at R. Freight Depot. Castings of every description. Mill and Machinery W erk, furnished promptly and at low price. Orders reepeetlally solicited. BOWMAN A MANSFIELD Rutland. Oct. 19, 158 i3 PETER C. JONES, WHOLESALE AND REIAIL P A P E R VT A R E II O I J S E , No. S Water, ("or. of Devonshire St., Boston has con-tant!yon band and for sale a large assort ment ol ail kinds of P A P E R . Book. News. ManiMaand Press Paper, manufactured to order at short notice ,Jk gent for smith k Petbbs Kiiarueled Cards and Card Nheets. 16 HARRY E . P F. A S E , CARD ENGRAVER AND PRINTER, 0 1 8 BROADWAY, ALBA N Y N Y Lithograph and Hood Engraving. Fahiocatl Stationery, Drawing of ail kinds. THE HITEAKD lEBAI.O I PubHshed Daily and Weekly at Rutland. Vt BT GEO. A. TUTTLE A Co. THE IlllLV II Ell ALU Is pubiifhed every morcicg In season tor the morn- ijg trains leaving Rutland, at 6.(X per jear. Fifty cents per month or 2 cent per number, And wiil cont.ua full Teh-graphic Report from the Associated Press, up to the ialeet hour, together with local news, editorials, kc. An eveniug edition will a!eo be published whenev er occasion require, m bich ill te sold to all at two cents per number. Liberal terms ma da with New men, or parties willicg to act a agents. PRICES OF ADVERTISING: For ten lines or lees. I Two week J1 76 One day SO .50 Three weeks 2 IS Two days AO I One month 3 1 Three days 70 Three months 5.00 Fo ur days K) I Six months Ct Five davs 90 I Nine monts 12.00 One Week 1.00 One year. 15 11 Srecial contracts made for larger amounts of ad vertiMng mp with regular customer THE WEEK LI' HEKALD ISi PCBL1PHED KVEBT TBCKSDaT .OKTI, Aud will contain a full sypopi ol the new of the previous week, including lull telegraphic reports ol that day. TBBJf B O fUBSCalPTIOB. v; Village subscriber, served by carrier, 2 00 Oflice and Mail sulachbera, 150 iT7If payment is not made strictly in advance, 25 cents will in all cases te added to these terms and. interest charged after one vear; but co paper will be sent to subscriber out of the State until j aid for. and when tbe suteoriptien expires the paper will be aiecontinued. TEEM OF ADVSKTlMXi. I or lu !n;es or leM ftr three week '1 For each week's cci tinoance. three cenU per hie A liber?' al!rn!;'.e nsde to thtfe who ai'-e-t" ft f t f f i v t If - I . I !