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THE ltUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY JULY 25, 1861.
! avntmuedjrom id ruge . li.i, I inn ii -"n" also wounded" in ''ie t , : . i : i on to those reported yesterday, i' ' t i : V .u-. x the iraUant on inamUr .. .j. ...!,. v.ms i-l-o killt-:. AIm Ci. '" I, l,.(it 1 ol t'ol Mel ook ot lbn. Iciii lins iiioiiiiiil: i- n tt-e iuo.-t intense , m ..:.,n).s ;. ..v.-rv..re tliore.l he i. Hc-mii .s'an KM..uni - I the imuitfura ,,! t'n 1 k K h.. M-lliU'l SO 'lisus- , , ! , lM I' r.r. IVes UI.UMl.ll m ,-..,. ,, , v ,,.i. i.i i.'-- A.! "Ui' mil . ,, - niiin' v (Mi .'in! Vul. . . , I ' ! ' I . ' - el" - . x ,' r ;., .'"" I rT'ii ; pontoon uiioss I him !. tii'iiiv m m io nimbly iii retrt nt, a ii-l ,- 1 1"- ln'iiii; uti tiui-keii one hC r iti.utrii-r, ;l tfiTitu- ccii.ti-rii.itn"! broke out uiuoiiu hi ,-(. t-. wii b til incautiously aiivu. recti ',:.,!elv after the I11.1I5 of the army .'ami Wurreiiiuii rortd . I I;, n i-.m.-icriiutio" was shared in by numer . , mI m- who woru on tin; ground, &w.i tor , ,, 1,,-.,.,;J hs if our whole army was 111 re- . - .p', rn ..ttioro-M unil .1 .11! I .-,.(. .. " "S- , I I , is hlr-vs tf.UopirfS uen.slbe open Ileitis, a.i t. re. sot which were torn (town to allow ,,, a 11,01c rj.t.t n-treiit. Tori, time a per ,,, vtilc. I w rli colli lliunirnteil Itsell ,,, v( ,,.,V j 1 , uiervulf, und cvwy avatla- ci.ni wine .i-s si I .en i ugiuiitu civilians. ,u, ,, ,1" old;.s crie-i on the roa-t side tor 1 ; ,,.. hi!' the itla'll " as .SO ri'dt that, liUtll . . , ie 1 Hs-td by. Si-,,il siniiiar aiaiiiis occurred on previous i.-i.rs. utien a change ot butteries rendered n . 11 cintuii ol the artillery 0:1 1 ur part, mid . i.mli.ibie that the alarm wa -w nj: to the ie fact. I 1 .- nservc turee at ('entrtviile was immedi i rmi-ht up and marched 111 double quick following older: ol. Eirnstein s ... I. .t.u li. ei ill-v'v.ml.l reimeiii nii ii'ii:uii, uiv. s...... ,1, i'ni..rd- and t'ol. lileukirs 1st Uifl.; rei 1, w;'i i.s b.i'ierii'S. foil .-wed. at s-veral luiles ,,,,c !.v the DrKulb regiment. iVIu-t, (tie courier letl at 4 1-2 o'clock, it was .1.,. mid-i ot this excitement. I wo new -krd b.'.ttcrip bad been opt tied hv the rebels lift think, awl that portion of the divi-ion I ii hni.s iiroken and demanded immediate 1 oneiiii'Iit. !'i,.- o.! ws in .'nod order. 'Dim ''Utfrv 1, lull sih: dircetlv oopo-ite the i, iv of the enemy was I -j t f iir jjood ex ... .,nd ad li'.ioiia! yuus were beiiw moui.l- ifilii-iirrivid.it F.iiii'ix ('nuit II-msf he 1 v ri t.isen hv .i overnineiit liies-i iiiier who .-iie. that 1'iir army was in lui! retreat r i- t Ynte.n ilie. ! 1 , -. ..(:. to'io-fd by less agitated parties . .n'" that 1 1 1 r -port o! the etre.it wu ; ow i. the lael lint' the alarm uinn the te.un- h.i-i cdinmntiii ated i'-elt to the vjlunte rs. even in line 111-ta::ces to the tegular-, and 1 , wire hr'iken. and that a p-iireiPctit f-t .rrs i-i 10s. Hulls Hun was rendered tieces ,,1 . Hunter p.is.e at fn: s,t.uc t m ; 1:3 a ve Wiiuiidcd. m.-'s ba'ti-ry was ;ilso re.orted as lost. i..eds ol curriaec- and ha 'g,i-i.- wagons .- niching down 1 he 10.nl. 1. . . . 1 . . 1. ii: i 1 .,11 i.e leieiajill I'lliees liv vios.-ij uiii'isi r.n a'e ,incss and in an hour the alarm ha t 1 communicated all along the road to Wash ,11 Washington. Ju'v 22',. via Philadelphia. '.n troops alter taking three batteries and ing a great victory, were eventually repulsed commenced a retreat on Washington, he retreat is in good order, with the rear covered by a good column. ..r loss is twenty-five hundred to three thou he fortifications around Washington are -1 u 1 v reinforced by fr:sh troops. Washington, July 22d. he lihode Island leittery was taken by the !- at the bridge across Bull's Run where - retreat wa3 cut off. Their horses were all d. is reported that the black horse cavalry e an BttMck on the rear of the retreating . when the latter turned and fired killing all -ix of the assaulting party. cut. Col. Fowler of the New York 14th was d. d. Lawrence of the Oth Mass. Regiment, Klli of theTlst N, Y. badly wonnded. Karnam and Mai. Lovier of the Zouaves lot killed, but badly wounded .e 71st New York lost about half of their ie following Regiments were engaged in ;ht : ie 1st, 2nd, and 3d Connecticut Regiments 1st Regiment of regulars composed of the 'id. .".rid 8th companies, 250 Marine. The nd 14ih New York militia. The 1st and Khode Is'and. The 71st New York, 2nd Hampshire, 5th Massachusetts, 1st Minne 1st vijchigan, 11th and 38'ii New York, ind 5th Maine, and the 2nd Vermont Kegi- besides the several batteries. following is a partial list of officers killed sounded : lied. Capt. McCook, the Maj. and Lieut, of the Zouaves, Capt Gordon, company H. Massachusetts ; Capt. ray. company 11 Rhode Island ; Col. Slocuu;, of the 22nd ;e Island; Col. Wilcox, of the 1st Michi ounded. Col. Tompkins of "he New York VI Farnhm of the Fire Zouaves, 'ol. Hun S Army, Col. Corcoran 09 h New York nent and Col Clark 11th Massachusetts, Kuketts ot the Artillery, o Xeiv York Regiments'havc gone over to ma. . vaguely reported that Gen Patterson's 011 airived iu the vicinity of Manassas this ii n, and commenced an attack on the rebel was within twenty five miles of the battle at e-teid.iy, but the exhausted condit on ni. n prevented hitii from cour.n to tu-; MeDoWull. 1- al-il ri-l.orteil t li.lt I. Iir thousand ,! our r - nave been sent, buck towards Fairfax from In r side of the river. a a- the remnant of the Zouaves that were t-.ed by the black horse cavalry, and repulsed leaving hut six to return. The gallant i i nt now numbers but u couple of a hun ts probable thnt the number ol killed and di d is magnified by large numbers w ho are ng, probably wandering through the woods, is represented in many quarters that the regiments showed the greatest consterna pri bahly from want of confidence in their narding otlieers. It is known that on the previous to the buttle, a large number ot ; publicly protested against being le i by N'honck, and it was only through the im mities of Col. McCook and other otlieers in 11 they placed conii.K nee that th. y were lited from making a more formidable re- n. e Pennsylvania 4th was not in the action, g left for home on the morning of the bat eir time of service having expired. w is known to our troops at the time ot the ester Jay, that Johnson had formed a con- :tli Beauregard. On the night ol The on at Bull's Run, out men could dis hear the cars Coming into Manassas ii . and cheers with which the Confede ied i fit i r newly arriving o nirades. They r the enemy was our superior in tium ' i-i their own j-ositiot. These facts ' 1 t confirmed hv prisoners take i, de- 1 sj,),... but these lacts were not : ' ', i.t Washington, and the otlieers ' t, ,: 'ii ;o 'i.jii onlv ohevei' 'ilders , -.!! :, r1- " oM.-, 'I- 'd clH wrs. acted admirably. He collected his forces and covered the retreat, and up to the last mo iin nt was personally engaged in the endeavor to rally his men to make a stand at (Entreviile. It was the arrival of fresh reinforcements to the enemy in superior numbers that turned the scale of buttle. The enemy before now iniijht perh ips have more to boast of, if they had followed up their advantage last niht. Washington, July 22 The number of killed and wounded is grad ually decrea-iiii: .Six hundred Zouaves have returned. Hcst sa istied that we will furnish information as soon as po-s:ble regarding names. but there is ti o much iiabi.ity to mistake or haste. It is now understood that Col. Wilcox, re ported killed, is living though badly wounded. Washington. July 22 ( Jen . Mc lellan has been summoned by the government fiom Western Virginia to repair to Washington, to take command o! the army of the Potomac. j 'en. Kozencranz takes his place in command j of thu army of Western Virginia. j The corps de xrmtc a: Washington is to he i i n st an 1 1 v reorganized. The order- have already , been ttiven j Oilers of regimen; already raised and being ! raised will he accepted with such rapk'ity as to irsure that this will he accomplished in a f..-w 1 1 a V . L irge reinforcement from various districts are already on the way hither, orders having j been eh -graphed for them yesterday whir? the j tattle "as in progress The government enter j tains no uj prehension tor the Safety o? :he ' cipi'ol. Preparations not only tor the defjn-ive hut I for the renewal of offensive operation- are gom.' I on vigorously Gen. McDowell has returned to his head- ! quarters at Arlington Heights. Trie regiment , comprising his riny will resume their po-inou. ! Most of them have already done so. : lui 011 liUttm rrportril Winallrr. Washington, July 2-' L j via Baltimore. I have spent eight hours in carefully qnesnr,.; ng the returned -oldiers in various pan- oi the city. Our los-es .-.re far le-s and severe than was at first reported by scared civilians and rati : tiing soldier-. There are probably not :oti kilie-i ..n i per linps not 20ti. For ex.irnple. v e 2nd Conn, reg ; unelit retur ed ufitcti ivas rei.orfe ! in ': morn- 1 ing a- Lii'liv cut tp. io-' lu v. 'tozen. The ', New Haven Gres have ail Ti urt.ed un'iaririe I . vet this regiment was expo-e.l t- fre'juei-t vo! . lies of cannon and tnuske'ry. Again. 2'.i.' ot : Kll -worth' 7. iuave were reports io Siauo he.-u surrounded in the road and annihilated hv the black horse cava.rv On the enrr.ir .ev cut ; down and it --sroyed 'he cavalry ard .suffeied ! little loss themselves. Iu fui . ncou'iter t N. Y- 7 1 st also reported ' a-i used ut'.,sut!'.'i'ed but little, and so o! other-. : Few of ihe vast number of bails ri: e J hy the ; rebels took it'eet. u the contrary ail ttie in stances detailed by our men -how that the etie my suffered -ev-.-tciy. Three New York Fire Z mav..-. who were out scouting iu tl e advance, hunted the r- t-e.s on the sly like squirrel among t'i bu-li..-, and cha ked down 2o as positively killed by them The New York Tl-t came upon a rifl.-d gun. : It lost eight men. U-v in r turn killed the w-o!.- of the ei hteeti reb :.- It i- e-ti nated tha all of our troops w.-:e stjirete.!. Wa-!,iiigon. Ja:y 2g e nl ! en i th'Mi -an i in ' eug. g ' in th bat' Ie v.-s- tei tlay, and only fifteen ttmusand at'anv one time, including six or .-.-ven hundred of the Rhode I-liind 1st and 2tii regiments. All communication with Alexandria has been stopped to prevent the soldier cio-sing over The returned soldiers are perfectly worn out. Many of them state ihat they went to the tiattle field after breakf listing. They were all engaged at the same time, while the rebel strength was suprlied with fre-h force-. The whole battle on the center column was within the radius of a mile. It is believed that the rebels abandoned some of their batteries for the purpose of decoying the att icking force to an advance to a position, wh-re a doul le Are could be directed at them and sweep their lines. The to'lowing interesting statement is re ceived from a gentleman who accompanied the 8th New York regiment. The men marched on the battle field after a fatigueing march of nine hours and immediately on the enemy. The enemy's batteries and in fantry were all concealed, which ma le it ex tremely ddhcult for our men, as they were mov ing neadily forward, they eould not see the enemy, and consequently could not direct their fire with as telling result as they could bad they been in the fleid. None of the field ot staff officers were injured Lieut. M. II. Wall of company B , received a , slight wound from an exploded shell. Capt j Griflin of company E. is supposed to be taken prisoner. J Surgeon Simply, Assistant Surgeon G. A ! Winstead. and Assistant Surgeon Charles S. j Degraw of the Stli New York nobly surrendered themselves stouer than leave their wounded j comrades without aid. j In the grand retreat many of the Garibaldians j acted like savages, firing in every direction on j their run to Fairtax Houses along the road i were invaded and innocent persons maltreated. J They seem to have ost ail presence o mind m j their rage over their defeat. j Au agent of the Associated Press who left j Centerville at 1 o'clock this mon ing brings in- j tere-ting information iu relation to the condi j tiou of affairs at that time, and subsequent to j the rt treat. i The following were left on tbe field ot battie ! and iu the hospital close by, ocad : J Col. Slocum. and Col. Wood of the 14th N w I York ; Henry A. Suttler 1st Fhode Island : i Capt. Towers and Geoige E. Gouiding 2nd j Rhode Island ; Lieut. Prescott )si Rhode l-iand : j John B. Nn hoSotl 2nd Rtiode 1-latid ; Samuei I Bost 71st New York ; tsergeant Cha- Baigelv j 2nd Kh..de Island : t has Braui 71-1 New York"; ! C. L Dan. p. rt and Herman 1 hayei 11 Khode I Island : Simon Green company H, 2nd Rhode j Island t'oliin 2nd Wisconsin ; V . T. Ihtr j ring ton 2 ,d regulars ; Geo W. Flag 1st Khode i Islau 1 ; Reub. n Bartlett 2nd Rhode Island. j v ounded 'A . S. Green 7 1st .New I o k ilan gerously : Maj hlue 2 id Rfiode 1-1. i,d danger ously ; Liet Dickinson regular infantry shgti ly : .lames Tagert ol Nt-whurt, 71t, in thigh ; J o W R Mjald in thigh ; ( apt D H Hart 71 -t N Y. ; Andrew J Straw and New Hampshire leg broken otl" by cannon ball, Edward Ed.ly 7 1 si New York, cannon ball, hip. Yarian's battery wil' probably he mustered out ot the t-eivice at New York, where u will anive to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock The battery will be received in New York by the Home Guard, under the command ol Capi Phillips. The otlieers of the battery are Lieu. S. II. Cornell. Lieut E. C. Burns, Ln ut. J. C. Cai penier. Lieui J. E. Smith. Soldiers stationed near Bull's cos roids re port that five hu idred of ttie enemy's cavalry have since yesterday been seen wittiiii tw- lime. of that place. 1 he stiagglers in tfiis city are eing gathered up ami rcurued to ttieir respective companies, home lew got into this city after mnii.ifcnt. 1 'a- following wounded are iu the V t-.-hing-ton lutirmny : Geo. Harrison. Co. A "1st: John rome'r, 1-t Zouaves; rserei ant Nycknu 1st Mintie-our. Jolin Moirisoii, 21 Ohio; A V . Sj.a-s, 2nd Wisconsin; Judsou Ruiikiu. 2u. Alaliie; i l.os. Blanchy , Fire Z -uave L. h- on 1st Conlitcte u : Wm tiak oT'll Nciv Voik1 S Wati.er g , L i-uien u,t. t 'o. 1 1-: Micti.g.oi Jame L.'t(. -i t 7'.di Ne-a Y-k !' i o II. N. Cook, 1st Ohio: Charles Benzon, 8th New York ; Charles Quirauns, 14th New York ; H. W. Slocom. Col. 27th New "Yoik; E. N. Fuller, Rhode Island ; J. Collins, C9ih New York ; G- H. Chas. , 2d New Jersey ; F. Nelson 2d V 1 mon 1 ; D. W. Whitmore, 2il New Hanap shire; vieorge Ames, 1st New Jersey ; J. Mc Euffy, 04th New York ; S. C. Stewart, 2d Maine; James Moran. Barker's 5th artillery ; James Chapman, 2d Ohio ; P. Catti, 6i h New York ; John Ohon and John H. Sumner, Fire Zouaves: Andrew IMI. 2d Vermont; M. Con- Ion. Zouava- : Caot. John liresliu, 69th Nevl! York ; others aie only slightly wounded. Col ISlocniu of the N. Y. 27ih ii wounded, not kill ed Washington, July 22. I An agent ot tie A-s 'Jiate i i'ress furnishes ti e following : j The retreat of the troops to Centreville was successful, accomplished by eight oV-Iock last j evening, the regiments regaining the positions I vacated in the morning, minus a large number , that had scattered in the woods in various di rections. Those that succeeded iu reaching Centerville had an opportunity of four hours t j sleep. The reserve force under Col. - des being posted be yond Centerville at one o'clock 111 the morning the i ureal horn that point commenced and was maintained in good or :er to Arlington heights and Alexandria. I he army in its r Teat were coiiipuii d to leave behind a large amount ol provisions and ammunition, iihout forty army wa-01:- tei. in:-' the amis of tne rebels. As fas! as 'he Federal troops retired, lijeir po sition were immediately occupied b the rebels U'ltii alier Fairfax Court House ws passed, at -which the purs', tt was not eo unued. In many instances '..- teams. en unhitch d the horses and abandoned tin- wagons, when there was noi the -l.g e-l necessity. 1 i.e re iei caVa.ry was t :e tcrr r of our volun teers, who tcre compe ied to keep in the woods to avo. i -'-z ehaiged v t.'ieui. Tliirt inl t ona rr.i:itra iii. Washitigtoii . July 22. Mrnale. Mr. Sirt;rnons iritro iueeii n amendruent V the biii ' in ere tsf the r venue in: Referred to coriimitti- on inance. 'I'i.e to mcrea-e m-;.i a corps ot the NiVy wa Taken up and amen i :d as to pro vide tor firing- va'ane;e- tri t':- nav .. ac.demv, ai.d pa--.-l I'h b.;i to p-ovi le f-ir ii'oie'i: ss,;, and Hu-.toig teUter e Ha- Ol--- " 1 he j lint resokrio'i provi-iing tor a board of ex am liters to fxtt'tiint tl; Stevcti- li iat;ug bat ter v a' H-.bok.'!,. New J,-r--v -.v ,. i.,i--e !. Toe lei! provi im for ;-i propi rtv ot the r-.-t,, font, ! tr:-m:;o 1 o: trji; arm - again- th government was i.ikmi u-i. Mr. TV.-,. :Y I i -i-i.. vl-u i-r -v : i: g tfi . :.:y .-i;o ; t '-l 1 t - ! vo -. : em ployed or in any way aiding the rebellion again', the goven,!i:e... be for'-tt- ; t . :ii tn.-.-ter. '''.r iir ck :.r g - - , -i y ..- d H.-.V- .-g.-i.-i d to. IK.- ati.e: d u.en: agr.-vl to. :.,s Zl a s 6, Me.-er- lir.-c. enri i.e. J .-n.so'i o' '-Io K in- ly, Pearce.Po k ati-i Poacd w in : neg ative T:.e t 1 1 "... l; a !. Mr. Fe-ei. io !ii tb ' otr. tn . .; titiance r. porte i a ''' su;.n:e:n ;v f, f-- ;: aithor izitig a rov oi'al lo t ; ii ' it -va- a--- i Mr. McDowell off ..tc i a re-soiu' ! that i' is the policy of the govern m-r.'t to orgaoiz an army of l')"i '.a men on toe o-:- o regu lar arm v. R-t.-rr-d to :t. ill'ary co-umit'-.-':. 'I .'! j tin: r Inrsori aioo-oving t.n-j acts of the Presld- nt was po-tpone. t; 1 Wt-di.es.lav Atter i.n exverive esion t'.e :,' to i:. crease the tniiltarv estahiisfnneut wa e'i w ;S return ?i irotn The Hou- wi-h a-neudm -ir- w.ts taken up and the Sei.a-e r-fu-ed to c-oiifir in the uineu 1 ments of tti" II j Tbe resolutton to jay the wino-.v ot Senator Douglas a as return -A nom trie II .use w -h an atr endmenL tti pav siiii.'p) mtla 'e. it; which the Senate ''use'l ' ci.nci;r. Mt Wilson introduce i a i.iil ,r: addititn tu the artt aatiionzing the employment of voiun teers. Laid qv.t. Lf?al Notice MITE OF VEII.TIO.1iT. It UTLA L . 1 HE JIUXl-AL BiK. I Kuf ,Blld Cou,Itv (.Mrt FauuasdS. Bbmswct. j March lerIU- Action of Assump-it on note dated 20 June K, paab'etoO Croukhite. tor ttie .-urn ot 1o'jT.7o. iu four month- after date, and endorsed to the 1'iaiu tiff Aipo eu common couiits. liecau-e the -ail Benmtict iesides without this State, to w it, in tbe state of New Jersey, and ha not been personally notified ol the petilt-iicy of thi--uit. Ir is UkliKueu. that lie be uotititii to appear at the next term ol fhid court, to be held at liuT;anl jri th- coun ty of K'tt and. on the second Tuesday of September A D ltit. then and there to answer thereto, by publishing the sub-tanc- ol the I'lamtifl V 'ieciaratiou with this cruer. ttiree week- sucees-ivelv in the Kutiand Daily and Weekly lie-aid. the ia-t of which to be at least twenty days beiore fani term, which shall Ik deeinel t-utlicienf notice. And day thereo if given. i.c. V. W. UOPKINS ierk V 51. Willaud. Atty 2T-3w STATE OK VKRMOM". I Ui-trict ol Kut and. ss. n u k i t our ilon I'rouat ourt for the tli-trict of Rutland, l o ail persons inteirrted in t!.e . tate of ijeor C'upron. late ot Tiumoutii. iu said li-triet. de-cea-f J. (iP.EETINO By the authority of the State ot Vermont, jou are hereby notified to appear before -aid court at the Register"- office in Rutland, in said District, on the 1-t Tuesday, being the 6th day ol August next, ttiere and then to be heard it ou see cause ou the probate and allowance ot a certain instrument in writing dated the g'JI ol -May A. L . IsoT. purporting to be tue iast will and testament ot -ant decea-ed. t.ivew at Rutland, ill said District, this 17th day of June. A. It. l.stjl. ilKNKY HALL. Reais-er. isTATK Of VKR.Mo.M . li-trict of Rutiand.ss. trict ot Rutland. ri M1K Hon. Probate Court for the Dis- loall per.-oii-iutere-ted in t lie estate of 1 ra Sew ard, late ol ilenuou. iu s.,id District, (iecea-ei, tji'.htTiXi : liy the authority ol t'ne State of Vermont. ou ar hereby no itied to appear t.efore .-aid curt at toe Re;i-ter's olflee. i,. .-ani Rutland, on ttie 1-t lue-day. beicg t be Otl. day ot August ne.M, then hui! ine'e fo lie hi aid it ou see eause, on the examination for allowance oi the account of Jame- 1. seward a- ad-miiii-irai.ir of -aid e-taie. and also as to an exten sion ot the time heretotore allowed tor fcett nig taid e-i-a e tiiven at Rutland in said District, this l"-,!i day oi Julv .AD. lsnl. aj-3 UKSKY HALL. Ke.i-ter. (Hn.miiot:iiv iotk e, 1HE undersigned having been Mppointed bv the I Hon. Probate Court, lor the District ol Rutlana. Cormuissionern to receive, examine, and adjust ail eiaimsiind demand- of all persons a must William E. C Stoiliiard, late ol Rutland, in said District deceased. hereb give notice that we will mei t lor the purpose ol examining ai d al Io oig said claims at t lie oflice ot llor ce Allen in l.utbom on the last lliur.-da- ol the months of October ami Deceral er next, trom 1 o'clock P.M. until 4 o'clock 1'. M. erch ol said days', and that six months irom the 13th day Ol July. A. D., liil. is the time limited by said Court foi said creditor- to present their said claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated Rutland. Vt.. this 13th day of July, A. D. 101 H.ALLKN, I (, JOHN M ALLKN, I 1 V.'-ow om r? . I il t Hllr'V(iKC INOTIt'K. MMiK undersigned having neeli iippoi'.ted by the 1 lion. Probate Court, foi the Distiict of Rutland. 1'oniini-sioiierfi to receive, examine, and adjust all Claim- and eniainls ol all pi r-oiis against the estate ol Charles Hiiit. late o Rutland, iu taul District decea.-ed. hereby give notice that we wil1 meet tor Ihe pui pose oi examining and alfowiig said claims xt the oflice of C K. Graves in said Rutland, on tne 3d Mondavs ol August and October next. Iroui I o'clock P 1 until 4 o'clock P. M. each ol suid days, a id that six months ! om t tic l'J'h day ol June, A.D.lhSl, jw the time limited bj said Court for said credit' .r. to pie-ent the:r .-aid" .. :a;i.i- u tL for examination and jjLio ance. Rut' 1 '.'-ii di.' ( June A D. ls.i.1. .1 V Clothio?. pUSTOM TAILORING ROOMS W. W. McCALL, CRAJM'OX & KICHOLS' BLOCK, VV STAIKS, Would give notice to his friends and the public generally, that he has made arrangements with sev eral first c1uk8 CLOTH IMPORTING AND JOBBIXG LIOLSKS, In New York, whereby i-amples ol the latest ntyleH ot poods desigued lor eHtlemen'ti wear are beinir received, and ou hand lor inspect sou. The very best of French. English and American O V E II C () A T I X G S , which will be made up at very low prices. OUKSS CLOTHS every shade, quality arid price to chose trom, which will be made up iu a style that it just takes ilct'all to make. i'AAl AiU 11LS1XE.SS SLil (MiDS, Comprisiug over One lluudiv atest (lesions. VJ2STINGS VKSTINGS ! tieutlemen leaving their erders at this eHtabiish ment have Heveral advantages: In having thcr garments made by the best ol Jleclianics, also cut in a nupenor style, and warranted to tit ; no old shell oods. but every order new, direct trota the City us the customer may i-eJect. A call is respt-cttuily solicited, and especially from the ino-t fnKtidioux in dre.s, as it give the subscriber pleasure tosui' thein. GT?"'-'uttirit done (or others to make. Rutland. Jan. HI. 18H1 2tt A T W O O I . QULNLNK TOXIC UlTTEllS ! The Jie.st Aromatic Tonic ever offered to the Public. Kkt(JMMK.M)J-;l) liV J 1 K ACT'LTY For its Iun-iiot Ak-dicinal Qualitie.s. 'I TILS elegant compoucu which has secuied tlie 1 ctmtidence and endorsement ol most ot the lead ing Physicians of New KnglaiKi, i a palatable aud i-lhcieut torm of quinine, containing all the peculiar virtues oi 1'kkcvian B a UK, eare!uii ecmbined with various tenia aud sTomarhr., and cannot fail to meet ttie wants ol the debi.itated. It is a mild leu, r to the stomach, increasing the appetite, assisting .Jigestion, ,re-einineiuH g ol iu dvspep la. nireiigtliening and invigorating to the di gestive and nervous t-.-tem after pro-trated disease-; and in fevvr and ague, or kindred complaints, us aid is invaluable. i or disrrhiea. dysentery and cholera morbus, the public may re-t assured there i- nor can be any better general reme ly . One of the very be.-t l"h) -ician--in I'.o-toti lias -aid linn it isth' i,st 'Tff utrition of 1ii.ts thnt a tvn i--n vf'fft tn ti iii'if " Put up in half pint a- well a.- quart butties, in or der t'.-t a--1 iiii.y convince them-. of it- superior merit l-oi lurther I'Mrticitfam rei.-rei:ce j. piiiited cncu.aro mate to th- Koi: lAI.i. I:V ( H -V S . Ii . A i V DIM) !! ( KMHAI, ,1 . Bo.sioN. And y lrugin-t-ever v here. l-ors-.le In Rutland ! y I'osu 4 Jioii-c. i'o-1 on . e;,t 1.111 j 1 J A U li i n i; u HluuHiafif suh! .Vuiafsia f dnipouiid -1 M' 'UTr j(,r KriUirri!,n an'l .Voe'ti,i m its ir-jrs ' he ui-der-igned l.ereb) cer'ilv that tliev havt u-ed "i.ardmer - Rheiirnatic and N t uia'gia t om poui: . " !nr the cure ot Rhei;ri:at:-m and JweurWiu. and l avv in everv case louiei imnnoiate ar.d perma nent relief We have lull confidence iu its heating jiialitie. and would recomtneml it to a:l who are attlicted with the-e harr-ing di-ea-e- a-one ot the -atest an I he-t medicines f ver offered to rfie t ubjic . HAM IK h. Jr.. 2' South Market st , Roston . V. H AI.I.KN P.-ton; HKNIiY A. 1L1.J.KR 1 Soutti .Market rt . P.oston ; SAM"L WALKS Jr Citv Hotel. P.oston; (, KO 1! PLUMMKli. 1 Maverick -juare. Kast llostoa: HK.NR1 D bAKPIMK Wet s-er -t . last Uostiti : AliKAM Wl-KhL. Web -t'-r st.. Uo-tc-u ; Ct-T. CHAS (.. DoLI.lVKK. Ka-t Boston Ti' be-t medicine lor the disease I ever saw CHAS A SMITH. No lOU SU'e Hou-e. Bo-ton. Have been affficte t with Klieumati-ra in itc worst form and i entirely cursd by the u-e ot one bott e A W. Ii li YK1. Mathe-" Building. Commercial ft. iloston. Gardiner's Rheumatic and Neuralgia Compound ha entirely relieved me trom cuflejing, of mvti years' jdanding. 7 . 1; UODGK1N&, No. 1 Old ta'.e House, Boston. After puffering with Rheumatism lor twenty year I was entirety cured by the use ot two bottles of Oar ainer s Rheummic and Neuralgia Compound Nolt MAN T. AY KRS. Pranklin st , Bo-ton 1 he Rheumatio aud Neuralgia Compound ha- been taken by hundred- ot peop lor Scrofulous 11 u more with great benefit. It may be given to children with pertect safety. At whole-ale by MIACY f JKNKI.NS, 07 Liberty St.. New York. ' Principal Depot 7 Kilby mt.. IIolon. None genuine unless signed bv t'HA.v t . GARD1NKR For sale by Ron J It Morse and KraucU Kenn. Rut land; John K. Weeks, Brandon ; W. JV Russell and 11. A. Sheldon. Mnidleburv: W. U Sprague. Ver gennes; and Apothecaries generally. S4-ly 6mis E UKHOW8- INFANT' FMIKND, OR GRAY MIXTL'RK. rPHIS splenilid Mixture or ComtKund, A is by far the safest, moff effective, gentle and pleasant relief for CHILDREN, TLK1U1NG, ever produced. A certain relief for l.ooiM-omo of Ihe llowelt, I'nin iu Ihe Htomach, ipaalux produced from T eel hint;. I nflnntmnlion ! (uma , lfail-iH-, Wind folic llrarulrrr aud Oiarrhwa. ALL IRRKGLiaRIIISS OK 1 UK BOWKLS OK CIHLDRKN, PRODUCED BY TKhTHING. Are very happily relieved by this uiieijualed mixture MOTHKRS AND NUHSES Tbe best prool ol all that can be said iu it faror. i. te TH Y IT! TH Y IT! TRY I T' 1 CHALLENGE COMPARISON WITH ANY O'lHEK REMEDY' IN THE WORLD It hae the approval of pome of the most eminent practicing physicinas iu the United States. Zy For pale by all the prinripal Druggists and Apothecaries throughout the United States and Can ada.". Also, by McMtTKDY, C. K rot him ham ti Co., Blanchard & HorrMAM, Mkpk'al Hall, corner South Pearl and Plain sts. ; W. J. Hi'mI'hkky & Co., li. Clkmknt and J H. Bi llock. Price 2b cents per bottle Addresn WM. G. BURROWS. Vlv Albanv . N . Y. o P E N I N a D A Y DRESS HK)hS. MAXJirj.AS, ,-c. ON TUESDAY. 23d OF APRIL. (i. V. S. QUACKKXBUSII, Will open with a new stock of SH'K MA N I I L L A S. 1! A S Q U E S CbOIH G ARM EN IS. Of the best Spring Styles. Also. RICH SI L K S, I) R E S S GOOD S, LACKS. EMBROIDERIES, &.. &c. I he entire stock w ill be replenished, and the sje cial disp'ay eontmue duiing the week. "Mieexbihi tinii i. tree to til. ttul rhoi-e who call will have an opportunity to see. and purchase trom. if they plea-e. a ver lar.e and attractive stock ot NEW GOODS, at prices to say the !ea-t. remarkably low. G. V. S. QUA KENP.USH. Corner Broadway and Third sts.,Trov, N Y' D HY GOODS FOR THE MILLION ! lireatest UarpaiDs Ever Offered in Troy ! G. V.Sj. QUACKENBUSH, Ie felling for one shi'.ling sri.FNDID DRESS GOOPS. lormerlv sold at from two to tbreesTiillrngs For 8 cents. PRIN'IS usuallv sold at one shilling. For el. EMBRoIDKRED sfiT'l'S worth 2. Many ether EMBROIDERIhS and LACE GOODS are oi tered at halt the cost of importation. DRESS SILKS and many other styles of Goods at treat!) REDUCED PRICES. Thee Goods were purchased at Auction and Bank rupt Sales 16-ti T. Ti . BALDWIN, BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, and dbalkr is daily t weekly newppapkks. periodicals, &0 j BTEKL ENtiKA V'KGB, COLOiiKD S PLAIN L1TH OSRAFHS. ; AKTISTS' MATERIALS, FOU OIL, GKECIAN AND OU KAMliNTAL PAINTINO. GILT MOULDINGS FOR SALE. AND FICTUR1S FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. Itoston and New York Dailies delivered at any pointi n Rutland & Burlington and Rutland W ash niirton It. R. twJv hours in advance of the mails. Rutland Dailv Ueraid delivered at any station or crosMPpon Rutimid & Burliiifitoii and Rutland & Washinptun Railroads, or any of the above Dailien seit bv mail to Uli point. i ;..'v- !tt,-..!. Men-hnn'- Itr-tv. . .'- i iiirrtilstwtf GREAT REMEDY FOR COUGHS. COLDS AND KIDNEY DIFFICULTIES. WHITE I'l.'VK U.TIFi;ND, VBErABkD BY DR. J. W. POLAND & CO., Goffstown Centre, N. II. The following testimonials will tell something about a Medicine that is now becoming popular taster than any other article sold by druggists Rev. J. K. Chase, ol Ruuiney, H. U., under date ol April 4, 1800, says: " Wheu jour lavor, (two bottles 01 White Pine Compound.) was received. I was suf fering from a most severe cold. I took th ; Compound and was able to preach iu two dajs. I believe the Compound is an invaluable mediciun. 1 do wish thousands who know nothing of its virtues, would become better acquainted with it?' Rev L. C. Stephens, Pastor of the Baptist Church at (ioll'stowu Centre, in a letter dated t el . 1, says : " Some of my iamily have tried it, (the VojnpouU'J,) with sigdal success. I Utuw u to U u-iie oJihil.nl Cotufh Hemedits ever prrpurtU. Besides ins value as a Cough medicine, 1 have good reason to believe it to be all it claims to be lor Kidney Diseases, and Dia betes." I 1 Mr. Asa Goodhue, of Bow, . II , was 'so prostrat ed by tnuhtttf, iu March W,y, that neither hiui-ell nor any who saw him thought that he cnuld possibly live through the month, As a last resort. tie tuought l.e would try the Wiutt Hint (ompounjl They pro cured a bottle lor him; he began to talie it. and to the susprise of all. immediately showed signs ot amendment. Eleven months afterward, (Fed. 23, lbtU,)in a lull statement ot bis case, he ays ;" 1 be lieve Dr. Poland s White Pine Compound, under God. has been Jhe means ol ny recovery thus far." Hundreds ol cases of Kidney complaint-, liked kstikkly by talcing the White Pine Compound, have been reported by druggists. Here aretwoamptes: Au aged man in Dm. vers. Mans., beard of the Com pound, as a wonderful curative lor KSdnev com plaints. Reiug a great sutlerer trom tht difficulty, he sent totheApthecarylortwo bottles. lhej cukkd him. He said they were worth fitly dollairs. lie has since sold a good many bottles hiinseii' 1 Hie second case that was of a businesij man in Sa leiu, Mass. He was also cured ofthe saoi complaint. Alterw arus Ije went to Minnesota. I be ireat fatigue of his journey biought on a return ol his former dilh culty, and seeking iu vain in Minnesota lor the com pound, he was compelled to send ail the way lo &a leni to have it forwarded bv e press. -July, lnb. Db. Pola.ni: Mr J. C. Buttertield, Jr., who sells your Medicine, has reoue-ted me to give a briet statement of w hat your lt'ii(. fine Com pound has done lor me I had been afflicted with the Kidney Complaint lor a long time, audi Lad a bad Cough ol ten years' standing, whicn caused me to spit blood iuite frequently. No one ot iuy acquain tances expected that 1 should ever getTray health again. But tiro botttm ol our IViie Hm Compound have cured me ol both the Cou'h aud Kidney Com plaint. I would also state that a lady, a neighbor of ours, was so badly afflicted with a cough that -hesat up on Iv longei out'li to hve her bed made and we ail thought she was going in a quick cou-umiption . She took only u bottle ol j our Compound. and it cured her. She isju-t as well" now a- she eer was. STEPHEN BARILEIT BltAI)FOHD. N . II ' Dit Poland: I wish to bvar iav testimony to tbe value i I vnur Whit Pine Compound, ion wiH remember bow teehle 1 ua- at the time 1 exiled upon you in July !a-t. My chief complaint ;.- infl'inima tiun of fit ii'n-it In ad iition to other .Ji-agieeabie si uiptom-, I -uth red tireadluliy Sri-:.i -evere paiu. You sti' l me a l-ottle o! the White i'lre Compound, aud before I had taken two-thirds oi that one bottle my pam bad all lelt me I hough I had !-eu afflicted w it h that coiiip.aint a long tune. I haie not bad a return "I it sit.ee. and have lor many month- past en joed excellent health. Your, trul". . P. i AIKEN Got'-town. Mar fi 15. )1.0 -' GOOIjWIN &. CO. il jfjr-l.ail Street Po-toii. tit-nera! uenT- oin e.r'.wl.ere b drug Is r-ir.-1 v Musical lustrnnnuis. 1 A N O S : i' ! A N i) ti I he sub-crib r a prart cai Mecfenic. ana tlior ourhly atouainteit with tttrv part ot a Piano, i- the s oie ai-t Lt ! r tbi- iciiof;. . lor the m.t ol therele brated in-'rumeDts ol I i 11AZLETON & bllOTHEKS,! j Which took t he tir-t premium ot t he late N . J . State i 1 air over Meiuw a & oii-' make, and are con-ia- I ered tbe '. in Oi- rr.nrift. Price- moderate, ai.d every m-trument luily war ranted. For lurther prticu!ari" enquire oi Mm A. K. lioi'KiNs, Main at . Rutland. Vt.. or ot the r ut.-criber. A. W. POWERS N. B Mr. Powers will continue to tune Pianos in Rutland three time- a ear, about tbe middte of Aprn, August and December Orders left with Mrs. iiopkuiH. w ill l-e ult.-uii. d to. I'.urlington. Vt .Jan. 'i. ls.l 2tl I'M l HE t- "iM. "fiTl IDE TIMES ? -.dTxTk l t or the Union.' Price '5 rent- &o copies just recei.edat 1 flEMUSlt SlORE. SHINING ON THE STREET, tya -Uard up "' Comic Song. 2o cts OON T BEI YOURMONKY ON de SHANfcHAI T bis i fosters la-t I.t w rocg. 20 cents SONG FOR MY' C;UN'I KYMEN, by HENRY" .1 Drayton 40 cents pKAMl L'Mn.N loll CURE b) ADOLPH VJI Baumbach. W cents, i MERR AN QUADRILLE, lj cents l.'ORT SUMTER OUKKSIFP. EMf.ELlSHED X with a splendid likeness ol the "Helo of Sum ter,'' 40 cents. rpfTE UNION STAR. NEW NATIONAL SONU, J 2o cents L'lAK PANGLED BANNER W1IH VAI.1A- O lions, oo cents. , ASPARAGUS and MLftSEYh variety a PI L LIV LIKS' HO W A R D ASSOCIATIO N, 1' HI LA DELPHI A. A Btntvolenl Inftitution e:aiiisi'd ?. r.fii Endow m'nt. tor ti' rtlirfot mt .yirk and IhtireiseJ. aflfttd toith t'trvi'nl and Cnrnnic li al. aJ rptciaily for Ihr Cu-e of Disiasts of the tzuai Ogani MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis. b the Acting Surgeon I VALUABLE RH'ORIS on Spermatdrrhaea. and other diseases of the isexual Organs, nd on tbe NEW REMEDIED em(do)ed in the Disjleasary .sent in sealed letter enve pes, lree ol chargk.-. lwoor three Stamps for po-tage acceptable. Address. Dr J. SK1LL1N HuLCiiloN. How ard Association, i'hilade i.ina Pa Lr lv ALBANY PLATE CO., RROADWAY, ALBANY, N. Y., Manufacturer- au.l dealers in tine SILVER PLATED SPOONS, FORKS. KN1TES. TEA SI. I IS. CASloRS. CAhK BA.sKETS, coffef: urns, salvers, ac. Every article pertaining to the trade constantly on hand. .,, ,,. We also replate old worn out PiateJ Ware, and make it equally as good as new st less than half the original cost 3b-f 17VEKV I .DIILY'SlIOl LI HAVE 0:E I i (.if the Gray Sc ( v a u doubLe thread; SEWING M A C II I Nj E S . They are reliable, cheap, durable, aud are warrant ed equal to any, and superior to most machines in the market. They are the n,cst simple machine bunt, con sequently the least liablij to get out ol order. Ihey are capable ol doing any woik. from the thinnest to the thickest. The Doutde Lock Stitch sews trom the original spools without rewinding. 1 hose who con template buying are requested to ca 1 and examine these machines before purchasing else here J Ihey tan be seen at O. B Dickkuman e, (?eT le Mating House,) Mount Holly, t.. here those wish ing to purchase will be show n samples of the work done on difltrent machit.es, and where all unpreju diced pe.sons will at onc5 see he -inportant dvmn tases ofthe Gray & Grate over all other machines. N B Reople'purchasiug this machine will not be liable to prosecution, a. they are built uhder a li cense. , u,.rnii,.-i ttiev can be seen at O. U. DICKERMAN'S, North) Mount Hoily, Vt. Agents wanted in every town aud county w20t ROBBINS! HAS just received a good supply of new and desirable 'IBl0,,I,LiJfi1,oa nnr5 FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODb, Embracing Figured and Plain Merinos, Cashmeres, lKfett.1 Dela.ns, Spots Check. i. Mr.pe8 and Silks. Also, 1 nbets, Brocha, Stella and ool Shawls All Woo,. Cotton and Woo. t- U O". a "!"n""o,r Ticks7 Batting. Wadding, 1 1 InitoG i . it 11 ri rletts. Uosery, 1 m, Needles, J bread. I ape. liiuciinit &c &c, &iC. OH1RT FRONTS constantlv on handjand raai O laaturedtoorier at E. N MEtjRlAM S 1) 1 E PLANT, LETTUCE. RADISHES, t HA Y I N G TOQLS of everv variety a I 1 11 A I Machinery Gas Fiitnres, &c. BULL'S FOUNDRY ANLMA CUIEE SHOP. ' ; WHITEHALL,!. I., COOK, PAIILOH & 'BOX STOVES, Hollow Ware, Farmers' B oiler,-Caldron" Kettles, iron Road-Scrapers, Straw Cutters, fte, GKICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS, Iron Fronts for Buildings, Columns. Door-SiUs Window-Sills. Window-Caps, Front l"ieo, Cor nices. Iron Dors. Blinds and Shutters.Chim-nev-I npB. Iron. Fence Iron Stairs. Railing, Balconies, 4c, made from new Pat terns of the latest and most approved Styles. STEAM ENGINES, LATHES AND PLANERS. Rolling Mill castings. Nail Machines, Boiler Hiret Machines. Drills, Shafting, Pulleys, Couplings.andall kinds ot heavy aud light Machinery, Casting and Job YV ork. Heavy and light Foriting. ol all kinds, Pattern work ot all descriptions. Drafting. Designing tc. Also sole manufacturer ot the N E W I'OKKEK l'LOff . The sale of which will be given exclusively to one '-sler in each town throughout the United States. 27"AII orders promptly tilled, and Ware shipped by ljike,Cana lor Rail Road. 3i ly r?AGLK FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOP. I O W M A K A MANSFIELD would respectfully inform their friends, patrons, aud the public lie irenerailv. that their i:.m,i.t and Machine Shop, located nn Union Rireet, near the K. s li K K. Freight DeftCt. In nnwr Antnv,l n ,1 . I.au are prepared for making all kinds ol castings. Par uular attention paid to Kailkoad Cistkim, Mill nd Macbiukby Work ol every iecnptiou They also take this occasion to express their grate ul obligation to all those who kave patronized t hern -o libera jj. t,e. tofore, and earnestly solicit con--inuatte of their favors Office over the store of Meuri. Barrett k. Son Rutland, Oct. 18, lSoli 2tl utlanITIoundry andma- CHINE SHOP CO , Near Rutland k Burling ton Railroad Depot Furnace Street. Ru'land. Vt JOEL B HAKKl-i. Agent Orders solicited for Car Wheels and Railroad Cast ings of every description. Mill and other casting'. Ol all kinds. Cat Iron Pipe, Water Wheels. Ca-tings for Agricultural Implements. Iron Fence, 1'iazia Railings, tc.. ofthe rnot approved pattern' Also, MAI HINEKY WOKK VlSlmKD IP PKOMPTLY. A lull assortment ot Gear and Pulley Patterns. I he usual sizes of Gear aud i'ulley Castings con sta ntly on hand. Also, tbe celebrated Hcklbcbt Plows, and tlie New England Mower. Circulars respecting the starne sent to any address de-itvd ALL WORK A I LOW PRICES S' TEAM AND (JAS FITTINGS D Y E 11 , AND HXIUHKS II. K. ' No 2. Basement Cramton It Nichols BlvtK Mek( iiam Row. KuilaM). Vt 11a- constantly on band iS'JKAM, GAS AND WATER FIFE. ! C-t and Wrouglit Iron all sizes. Mailtable Ltting- ol every size ai.d -lescriptiou. lira.- Globe Valve, Walworth - latest pa'terL. a. I bote- Hose and plain Bit.bs-btop-Pit and Air Cocks. l'.ra- I'lug-. i Bu-hiiigs Reducer, kc (.AS I' IXTUIIES: of very de-cription on hand, or luriiier ed a: short I notice A!o a good a-ortruent of Plain. I'la n , i.roTjn l ami Fancy ut Ula Shade and Smoke ' Gas Burn, r ot ttie latent unproved atterns i He has constantly employed experienced work--, men to put up Gas. .steam or Water Pipe iu lv re quired lorin a" the shortest notice. Particular attention paid to putting in Steam Pipe 'or w arming building- ol any kind All work wa'rante.i. and price- aiefaet.jry Rn land , .li n - is;l !Tt I. I). toic. p L O I J W e c THI NG (' LOT II I NG ! ou, 1 ii.vile tne atten'ion ufthe puhlio to our larije to-it ol MEN'S AND BOYS CUlIllINo Adapted to String and Summer wear It contiiLS many new Styles. Goods tht cannot lui. t j uit t urchasera F URNiSHING GOODS H'e have the fiue-t display of Gents Geo ever ofiered in tbi- vicinity Jest rececived THE V X 1 O X C H A TA T Showing the Star and Stripe " HATS AN t CAPS ' A great variety All the new style?. Spring -tyie Siia Hats. Mik' liat. made to order. TRUNKS. VALISF.S. 1 RAVELING BAGS JtC. We receive these goods direct from the mauu:ac:ory, aud sell them at a -mail alvauo. CUSTOM DKPAR I'M FIN I A choice selection Of Broadilothx. i'ait" t'r and FVrm4r. with ad tbe novelties ol the fei-on All ol which will Le made into garments, to order, iu a su perior manner ID COLE Sw-mir 1 Merchants' Fixchanre. Rot and. Vt TO oi RUTLAND VCLL'MTEfcKS. All tiood- in cor line Lt-cAary lor an outfit, w ll b tcmi-hed at IOS1 , I D COLE Me-ehaots' e f.auire. RoMs-rrrl Vf 1--" N J O T ICE! The Medicine of I)K CLAWSOX KELLEY. (ANALYTICAL PHYSICIAN,. Are lor sale by Mr. Gkoruk Dit5i corns 01 Pine ani Spring St.. Rutland. Vt LMv rpiIE FALL TERM OF THE TROY J. CONFERKNCE ACADEMY. Poultney. Vt , begins August 2Vw-5w 1-vCl. eud lor i Catalogue 1 1-I.MJK J7 0 R T EDWAR R T EDWARD INSTITUTE. PAYS FOR BOARD. ROOM. Fl r L AND WAS'IING. with common brauche lor F l iUKTFEN WFF KS. Bri. k buildings; the largest, be-t arranged and best sustained Bt ardlng Seminary iu the State Sixteen able and experienced leachers A gradu ate's coure tor ladies. Young men prepared tor buiness or tor College. A Department tor Lads and Mise-. Fall term bepin August 22d. Address, tor new Cataloeue and Pro-pectus. Rkv. JosF;PH F". KING julylodiiwlw Fort Fldward. N. Y' it. MUSSEY Keeps Fresh ti round Graham Flour. W. W. 15. MUSSEY Keeps F'resh (.rouud Buckwheat F lour. B.MUSSKY Keeps " How land Mihs." and what is best ot ull " Ilium Flour.' B. MUSSEY has another lot ol aicnroe s t a teut Egg-Besters. lit u jiL'SsEY has Children s art- in great IT. variety. 15. MUSSF.Y has St Oeorge Colu-!i. and a;i kinds ot Pickled Fish. P.. MUSSEY has uice Poik. Dried Reel. Hams. Lard, &c. 15. Ml'SSKY has Nuts, Candies, and Fruits Of all kinds. B. MUSSEY has Dillingham's Danby Cheese w. w. w. s TRAY HORSE. Came into uiy pas ture Mav the 27th, a Sorrel Horse of medium size, with light mane and tail aud small star iu the ioreheid. The owner is requested to call, prove property and take said horse away. 1 v 1 MARTIN WOOD Pawlet, June 8, 161. 2s-3w n I WE I N B I N D E R ' S SU PKRIOR LAGER BEER Henry Hilkie. No. 44, Broadway, Troy, N. Y'., is Sole Agent for WEIN BINDER'S SUI'EUIOB LAGFIR BEEU. To whom all orders may be sent, which will be promptly attended to. Country customers may send their orders by Flxpress june 13; lm; d&w 11 UILKIK. 44 Broadway, Troy N. Y'. y J. BLISS, Brandon, Vt., keefH Cofitantly on YU hand a complete assortment ol DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, READY MADE CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS. PATER HANG IXGS.BEST BRANDS FLOUU. &c, &c, &J. A the hu-ist jrices Jot Cash. , lT-tl SARATOGA WATER for sale by POND & MORSE. 17-tt Opposite the Depot. c UMISERLAND COAL, at FRENCH & KlNGi-LF.Y'S .""URMEURK : New Styles and Patters. j3 received Bt ! RFNCli k KlNGSf.EY'S- 1