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THE RUTLAND DA WEEK HEKALD : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, I8G1.
. TEE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. ...... ""7"" "trr Departure of the Expedition. IMPORftNT FOREIGN NEWS. ENGLAND UNEASY ABOUT COTTON. jJumored Opciiiiijj: of Southern Ports. ANOTHER M. P. DEFENDS SE CESSION. UTTER FROM DR. RUSSELL. He states object of the Naval Expedition. The Jrir Itvi Piratf. Philadelphia. Oct. ;). I'". Lane, the last of the Jeff 1 )avis pirates, was acquitted on the iiml that bein; the navigator of' the Ktiehantress after her cap ture he must have delayed her progress, pre venting her arrival at a rebel port because in sixteen days the vessel only made two hundred and tit t v miles. Bane alleges that he sailed the vcs-el north during the nignt and south during the dav. T. IJuigley. . Mullens, and E Uocktord were convicted of piracy last evening. Thrlarral Flt ftaile-d. Fort Monroe, Oct. 'JO. The great fleet sailed this morning. The Wabash taking the lead at davlight when the gnn was fired as a signal and the Cahaw ba bringing tip the rear. The vessels about fifty in number formed tn a line a few miles down the roads and went out between the rapes in fine style. The Baltic had the Ocean Express in tow, and the Yanderbilt the Great Republic and the Illinois the Golden Kagle. The moaning was beautiful. There is no news from Old Point. Inlrrestiuir t'orrig-n Srni. Halifax, Oct. :s0th. lShl. The R. M. S. F.uropa from Liverpool, at 10 a.m. of the lyth, via Qucenstown I'Oth, arrived at Halifax at 3 o'clock p. in. She has s;t passengers and 7tloli pounds in specie for Boston, for which port she will leave at 7 p. in. She will be due at Boston early on Fridav morning. The steamship Saxonia. from New York, arrived at Southampton on the I 2th. Km;i,am. The Pari- curre-pondenf of the London Times wr.'e- the . i i- -us-ion - as tO till" n ll : 1 1 i i hue of fi-iiiev 'it !e adicitf'1 by France a . i Eng. and on the Amerc-m question have been again renewed. The subject has b en mooted before but was post poned. Po--il.lv. information brought over by tic- Prince Napoleon may have . ontribu teif to make the Kmperor mote inclined to listen 'o proposals which might be made in 'his respect by England The London Globe gives prominence to the following paragraphs : "We learn from authentic sources that notification ha- been issued affecting trade with the Southern Stat-'-. ft would appear from a letter oi instruc tions - ued bv Mr Memitii'er from ibch- 1 in 1 1 1 li Alt'. that ihr ;tltedel'- i ;it,. ", e! iniieut ailthnrie vt s.-e's eicliit!.' t;cm !.i;eii!ii cimntrii s to enter ariv ' m cm tiic -o'i'heii; coast dei l.tiniL' such ,nrt shall be coii.-iderei I a proper p.irt it etirrv ibr icli es, I It i'ic 111 i-N-r or owner lrn! without del iy ,!i-pv i olleclioll !i lieer ni.r. !' cli.ir.'e of : il tli - I 1" I .I.e. l It It is. h ,t iin-s-ener to tli n-arest lis'i i' t jt! ol d. r that a n ' i.;;c oi- 1.' -i'l:l bv the coilecto!' to t ike ie- cai'-o and execute the tbrmali i' l III 1 nlilicclloll with tic elilrv lit 1 -ei a; 1 e 'l.iim iii-rrMtioii n; Ksjcx At . v'lpt .)er ;-. .1 lie iiiber of I'ai iiaiic ni. ( xp.t ii.ifed on ti.e w tr it: America ami it- ctlect : Pnji i:,.. lb' argued in favor ot the njht.i: -c.'es-j,,n an. I in'L'ed ihat iiie people ol -.n-!iii -!io',Me;Vc sin li stron:.' cspre.s on oi iheir sentiments as would induce the pivernnieni tn act in accordance therewith. 1 he Times in an ediioiial on the bv of Isuniiliaiioii in Anieiica says, that amid all the t innoil of war a change in the morals ofconi iiui:i!e can be described, and that there i-, a f ont L'liiimieriiiL.' of a new dawn, and says iiitellii.'enl Americans are inclined to believe tiiat the return of peace, though it will show humiliation, aud ive no securitv for more secession in future, will be the eve of a better and inoi e orderly ;:m ei iiinent in the northern States Lu iierally . Doctor U -sm Ii's last letter is dated Wash ineton ( let. Hh. In it he alludes to a reat expedition to sail the cm! ot Oct. Ib-savs that the u' is determined to open a cotton port, and it iloi.'l believe in the oaths of the Sout ln-riii.rs that they will never eive 1 ii.i.c of cotton to the Yankees, but thinks the temptation ot the In l; !i prices prevailiiir will attract laie siiipiies of cotton to port tor exportation. I lets a ( Jovei iiinent mo !;opo;y mav be created ill cotton, and a Minis", protectionists ( iovenitnciit will scarce ly mm to 5, si on a screw with foreign custo-iner-. The writer thinks that lor the pres et t the !ai''e ports of the South are tolerably ' le'. I ' urn r of 'the ship Hoy ne has brought ' 'w ie! jiiev.u auainst the Federal (lov- " prohibiting that vessel I'ro.ii en-,vri:'- 'V.'Uinah i'e'ore the blockade was c-ta! hslied. and claims coiiseo uentic for losses. 1 W. M.erman t iawtord, a prominent Irish I'olit:. ,,,11 and .Member Parliament is dead. The ..!fici;! trial ol the speed of the iron p! ltd tr icar.' Warrior, res'iite.i in ;m aver i .'e of in ally tiiurteeii and a hail knots, which places h..r at the head of the Ibitish ' ivy 1:1 pt.i as well as in ali other partic-iia:.-. I he iihest speed attained was over : ' -' knots. -v meeting had 'n.-eu held m Hcrmintihani .' i'.c to the cotton .supply, and in advoca . ' 'he establishiiien; ot cotton industry in 1 1 .is me;.n o;'de-Tovi.' the si. 1 ve n ade. Rev. Iliji'il and 'iauert of New York was amomr the the speakers, and advocated the introduction of colored families from Amer ica into Africa. KRANCE. Ir is reported that the Italian quest'on has hecn debated in cabinet council with consid- I erable animation, ovvin-i chiefly to the de- i ci'b'd part trk"-n by Pc-siny in thvor of the j It. iban side. No resolution was taken. The Uevce des deux Mondes " has re- rcceiveil a tir.-t warning Mo: an ooietionaole summary o, -, ; ,ii.;i:ai C Vi-llt- Count Persii'iiv has issued a circular call- ; in;; on tin- Prefects to brimr all charitable so cieties established without the sanction of the "overnment under the operations of the laws. The societies St, Vincent de Paul are espe cially point out tor reform. Paris, Oct. IS. The Bourse is dull, but closed firmer at (7!r The Paris nioiiev market continued unsettled. The sale of bills to be credited under the the credit of two milliont granted to the Banks of France, had eommdnced in Paris. Pkl'SHlAX. The coronation of the King took place at j city will be presented to Gen. Rob't Ander tht church of castile at Korrvstoy on the j son this afternoon, by the Mayor and coin l!rh. The splendor of the various proces- mon council. si jns was very great. Alter the ceremony j The transport steamer Thos. H. Wann, various addresses were presented to which from Fort Monroes reports the fleet getting the King replied as follow--: The Kings of underway. On Monday off Hog Island, Prussia have now worn the crown lfiO year-, saw four steamers bound South. I am the first King to ascend the throne j since the crown, who has oeen sur rounded with institutions in harmony with our times, but remembering that the crown comes from God I have been notified by my coronation in this sa cred edifice that I record in humility and know that the prayers of niv people accom panied me in this solemn act. The love and fidelity displayed toward- me since my ac cession to the throne, and which has just been manifested towards me in such a touch ing manner, are tokens I may reckon under all circumstances, of the fidelity, devotedness anil self sacrificing spirit of my people. Trusting in these qualities T shall renounce the custom of requiring the oath of allegi ance and fidelity from my faithful people. The gratifying proofs o' their aiiection and devotion atlords an occasion of a late event have strengthened this confidence. The pro vidence ot God has preserved the blessings ofpeacetoour dear fatherland. My vali ant army will protect it from dangers with out. As regards dangers in the interior Prussia t.will remain free of them because the throne of her Kings remains strong in the power and right of Unity between the King and people which has made Prussia great while it continues to exist we shall be enabled on the ground of acknowledged rights to resist the dangers of our agitated period and all threatening storms. May God will it so. The Minister of State then read several orders, also an act of amnesty and several grants of nobility, &.c The King accepted an invitation to the bail to be given by the Earl of Clarendon in honor of the event. rir. Philadelphia, Oct. 30. The extensive factory on the corner of l'Jth and Washinghton .-ts. belonging to the estate of Craig was burnt this afternoon. The loss hy the destruction ot the building amounts to L'o.Ooo dollars but is insured. .artil Expedition. Washington, Oct. 3o. It i- certain that no one outside of the naval expedition knows where the first blow will be struck. It is, probable however, that the earliest new concerning their operations will come through southern channels. from Xfvr .Mexico, Kansas City, "ct. J'b Tin- Santa Fe mail and Carson citv Kx pres reached here on Saturday in advance of Schedule time. Husiness was dull through out the territory. The volunteer torce in New Mexico number.-, now over n.'ioo men, :ooo ot' wi.oui arc now enrolled atiil 1 nipped, soon to be em ployed in a five service. I heir des'ination is towards M -silia. where they expect addi tional reinforcements. 'I he Indians report a lare bo.lv of troops maT-!: iriu from the West, ami manv thit k it mac be the Calif. irtiia torce so anxi iti-iv ex pected. If so they 'lesiun on their arrival attacking the force m that region iroui 1'eXls. 1 he Catnr.ches ind Utahs Lave oeen lock ing horns together near Maxwell's llanche. ori'iiiaf ine: from ; : I ; -' t committed bv the I talis m which y i..ht;,in-d one hundred head of C:i:taebiv horse-. The Caniaehees followed 'o obtain tic-ir prop.-r'y and iti tin; striiL'-be one ul' their number wa- killed. The Indians on the nlains arc now neaceabiv dis- lOsed to the whites, having leceived their . itiiiiiii! i's. 1 ne raiio- re man luinisiies 11 lbllowiii'T atlilitionai itcnit; About the tt! inst.. a party of New Mexico ; volunteers un- der ('.iiif Mint maa -inror'tscil :if Altmnva .. ""V ' .Vr-r I ....un.es ue.owrun v.,a,t: o i in re- ocis, ami tueir norse stamjienea. Capt. Minx proposed to surrender his company, but his men dissenting secur ed their horses and retreated to Fort Crair. Subsequently about loo J S troops t'rom Port Craifj pursued the rebels, over took them, killed their Captain and ten men, woundrd about .'o and killed thirty horses. The balance of the Te.xans e scaped. Anoth er band ot' rebels who had been encamped on the Arkansas river were beini; pursued by a company of U S Dragoons from Fort Wise and a company of New Mexicans. A 'mroniisie. Jetl'ei'son City, Oi't. 2'.i. A special tlispa'ch to the St. Louis Demo crat says, lien. Prentiss, who left St. Louis Sunday last with a torce of infantry to sup rttise and cloture the rebels a; Fulton, in Calloway county, has returned, and reports that tjctoiv he reached 1-ulton, ;(cn. .John F. Henderson, of the State militia had made a compromise with the rebels at Deer's Mills, near Coiicoid. by which he agreed that the r i !.!.,. i .. . :c i; ii lieu ..Kites nouiti ijut inaivt; any iinesis u tin I'eoeis would lav down their arms and return lo t.ic.i homes. Gen. Prentiss ac the -compromise, but on the first ! 'it will visit severe vengeance up- j .iiicsced in violation of on the oflenders. i ne reoeis were i"o suonu, aim i ien. i it , . , i , .-7' Hendersons torce numbered 1..00. The proposition lor compromise came from i i 'i. . . i i .... . . . i ' the rebels. ... - . - i ., riiH Itailroail Aititlrnt. ISaltimoit, Oct. :i0. i , ... i i . i. .i An accident occurred last night on tne i Northern Central Kailroad near Yo:k. The i . .' ti am ran over a cow and threw three cars oil tb- track Two - vassen-vcr- were killed aud j ' jmi-upu' "ucMii.uaiiUj several wounded i From Tlissoari. St. Louis, Oct. 30. The Congressional committee closed their labors last night. It is understood that they made a searching investigation into the al iened frauds and irregularities of the govern- rnent oilicers of this military denartineat. The result of their examination will be made public in a few days. From Ilatana. j New York, Oct. 30. I Havana letters say that Charles J. Helm, t late U. S. Consul there arrived from St. Thomas with credentials as consul from rebel States. The Captain General retused to ad mit him as consul. J It is stated that the Nashville and Isabella are fitting out at Charleston with heavy arm aments. Another letter says Mason and Slidell were received by the Capt. Gen'l. as private iientleuien. " j Trutimonialit tuOrn, .lutlmon. New York, Oct. 30. A cold snufT box and the f reedom of the FROM MONTPELIER. Special Dispatch to the Herald. BY TELEGRAPH. Vminl LrsrUlatore. Montpelier, Oct. 30. FORENOON SESSION. House. The Chair announced as com mittee on joint resolution respecting the final ad journment, Mr. Houghton of Pownell, Mr. Hubbard of Fairfax, and Mr. Miller of Pom fret. The report of the Quarter Master Gener al, in compliance with an act approved 18th inst., was received and read by the clerk. The report gives a full account of the posi tion and condition of the troops. It gives a detailed account of the clothing last received and still required. It states that the Gener al Government has furnished, or shortly will furnish, tents, overcoats, and other articles. It recommends also that this State furnish boot, drawers and rubber blankets for troops. The dog bill was taken up and dismissed. Yeas 121. Nays 5. The Insolvency bill from the Senate was read the first time. On the ques'ion, shall the bill be read the second tine, Mr. Sawyer of Townsend. called for the veas and nays. Yeas 153. Navs 31. And the bill was read the second time. Mr. Hut bell of Fairfax, i .v .t i ! i 11 , .i moved that the (ml he laid on the tab e and the usual number of copies printed. Agreed to, ri t 1 , Senate, f h President appointed as 1 the joint f,i';---it'ee to name the earliest prac. j ticable day tur the final adjournment of the ; genera! a I assembly. Messrs Powers and Ed- , rounds. Joint resolution offered i.y Mr. Wheeler requesting the ' iovernor. it' not inconsistent with the army regulations, to require that tbe Chaiilain- of the regiments from This ot ler State .-hail report statedly of the conditio! the volunteer, and tha they shall m suitable n stnetio!). receive from the -ff i: and forward home -m h monies as nr4v entru-teii 'o them tor that purpose, tec. therefore, a compensator, not to ex. ce. seventh of one per cert of the money Referred to Commi'tee on Military A Senate bi.i j'tov ci'tiir for rai-in-j thre merits of iritiantry va- taken np. Mr. Whi'e moved to amend bv -,rr. v;nT r.c- -etlt. i t;r. rt-L'i- v:--iiti2 j that these reei;. .,.,: shall be sen' onlv when neee-'sarv to mak no the, this State, and bv -ft ikit.'j out the wo rwarU if -a o l tnree before' retriiri"iits. 1111 1 suOstit'ite on. : t t-rie 1 yeas "23. navs : ' t a section On motion of Mr. Woodbridire, -,., 1 1 ,1 . .1 , l '11 r .1. i. .u was added to the bill providing that the rOT- l .,.. li .1 1 . .1 . 1',a-, '-"'ei. upon in me president, under an act of Conjrre- or in sadden emergency, raise such troops, cavalry, artillery or infantry, as he shall be called on i for. ' ' Mr. VV bite moved to add a section provid ing that all Tolunteers who may enlist under such call from the (ioferrior, shall be en titled to the same nav and assistance as is i i i . , furnished volunteers under the act ot April j Ofith ' '"' Mr. Edmunds moved to add a proviso, that families of soldiers not citizens of this State shall receive no assistance from the State ! amendment and proviso agreed to. ' On motion of Mr. Powers, the bill was or- I dered to lie. and 3 r.0 copies thereof to be printed rr . - 1 . . .iiit: joiui icsoiuiion reianrit.' to tne employ- merit of soldiers in the arrest of fugitive slaves was taken up and supported by Mr. Wheel- :.i . i . .i. . . . . cr, w uu mui uiaL me institution was L'ener 11 I .1 ... I am recot;i!ieu ;l3 iue cause ot ttie present : rebt'llil,n' chief promoters there-j of openly avowed their desire for an empire ' with slavery (or Its corner stone, and he wa.- ) i i. i i .1 i n i . bhockedthat there should lie any hesitation at st"'nj; 'h -old land marks. He tho't our government should seize the auspicious ' 1 j omen and proclaim liberty throuohout the i land, and to ail the inhabitants thereof ; at i all events be thought we were unanimous that ! national d,n i i i i! our national armv stiould not be degraded . nto a police force to head off run-awav ne- I r ' groes. He believed the sentiments of the I soldiers to be violently opposed to such ac tion, and we ought, if for no other reason, to repudiate the course assnmed by the genera government in this direction. AFTERNOON. Senate. Reports of committees. i By Mr. Richardson for general committee I in favor of bill 37, limiting the compensation of members of both If ouses to 40 days ser- vice. Ordered to a third reading. By JIr. Stewart for judiciary committe inl reference to Governors message, by bill pro- viorng tor me appointment oi a commission er by the Governor at a salary of S300, who shall appoint and remove the agents now pro vided lor by law in the various towns. The committee to have control of ditbursements of funds to soldier? families. To committee on printing. By Mr. White for committee on finance in favor of a bill providing for the immediate settlement and collection oi claims of the State against the U S with an amendment. adding a lection regulating the vouchers. Amendment accepted and bill recommitted. Mr. Wheeler's resolution relating to the employment of soldiers in the arrest and re turn of fugitive slaves was taken np and Mr. Willanl ofleied a substitute wh'ch after de bate was laid on the table and ordered to be printed, yeas 15 days 13. Hoi'S-E. Reports of committees. By Mr. Itanney of Hrattieboro for the com mittee on education adversely to bill repeal ing all acts appropriating money for salaries and fees of the board of education. Laid on the table. Bv Mr. Dennison of Hoalton for the com mittee on ways and means in favor of Senate bill for the assumption by this State of its quota of the direct tax for the year 1SG2 laid by th: U S Congress at its recent extra ses sion made special order for to morrow after noon at three o'clock. Mr. Noyes presented a memojial from Capt Laneran of IJurlington who had been appointed. Captain of a company in the 2d Vt Regiment mustered and sworn into the service of the United States. Thereupon the company was disbanded, his commission was withheld and no written discharge giv en. The memorialist claims that he is still a captain in the. service and entitled to pay as such and also that such discharge was illegal, without authority, and contrary to the army regulations. He further claims that he hsm repeatedly reporteel himself for duty to the Governor of the State and receives no order. Cap. L. insists that he has not bin fairly treated and seeks redress at the hands of the legis lature. The aitmortal was referred to the com. on miliary affairs. jiaker, of Enosbursh, ofTertsd. a resolu- iion instructing me au .... " To furrish a report of all orders drawn by County Clerks during the past year, and al so fbe amount of fees charged for drawing the same. Adopted. Mr. Noyes introduced a bill to pay Hon Milo I. Bennett one thousand dollars on ac connt of services rendered in revising the statutes. C'amhrMicr Cutllf .T1arl-t. Wednes lay, O t. .'.u. At market 1 :!.'! ca'tle ; about Com beeves. I and 120 stores, eonsiitins of working oxen, i cows, one, two ind three years old. ' , - ,, .M vket beet, extra, per e wf. .'. : j b.uo ; 1t ).,airv ,, -,.;,o. . )jUa;,y 5.00. j qualify ',' 1 4."0. . Work.tii! oxen, 'i n 1 2o tier nair. , ,, , ' , , 1 v j Cow- ami calve-. 20 ' V. Yearlings. 7.0 n ,s.oo. Two years old. 11 11 I 1. I hree years fjhl. 11 i 1". heep ar.'i Lam' s, .'itoo at market. Prices in Sots 2. 1,11 n 2.."". Extra and selections '.'.00 '( Ili.e. ; !--' c per lb. Pelts 1 .(ij each. C ah -kins 7 i s p. r lb. Ttbow fj a I '.'e j er ,l. eal t a! - none. Uenrcks Tic:,- I !t'l,. chatii'" to nnfn e. The nun t r i i . r o? .jtiite sr, i-L't' a- I' hU'v of Northern oxen la-; We.-K. are v.-irt't' K irst I..- s i in Week A r loo lbs. No'h- i'.lll t 1 b. e w.-re v.-re s.! ilif; the e l ,! J the test tO and lamb- sold i'cr .pli i Ibners f, ati' ar: ttiev s.ljht !. , - tine hein:j rl.M b so a o ' cj ialiti' L'eriera! h.ail. i- :u W( r. so,,!,,!!!!!! I tjiii'e end' average ot tn. Sa'e-. l.:A a 5.'.'.' were fU V(i(Tli'!llrtll-.. A T K I, (J A JS" rsi Af KoK VKLMiiNT. I rp KASTkt ;: o (fc riCK. M ntpelier let :i 1 I a t.o i-ieparen to i-ie Mate Hut ds. with couj.oi - a'ti-ctiftl Inttr.-t pa ar.;e semi annual y in Ho-tcii 1 ,e der . nrnatiun ot ti e hon.ic now r-arl are f." n. Hab e in t-n years Irom dae pay. nient may he made for Ix.uds ly Oej.o-itii)j the emus io cmii oi smi i reasurer in "iiv mux in ,11S .,,atP. ttl, certifn-ate I tiug lorwarrtei to tt.is ot- tice. hoi d- w il te rei urned as rxiue.ted. oe,31 .1 li PA(, Ei State Treasurer T? Herruitiii?. T H E K W A 11 ! One hnndred able-bodied unmarried yonnn men for ttm 1 th Keeiment L S Infantry. A 'tine chance is offv-red to young men de-irous of ob:aiuing distin guished positions and good pav. for particulars call at 'lie Kec-uitin i;emiHrous, under the l'.ardell IIohs. Knt'and. Vt . immedi ately. JusEl'H Bl'SH, Capt loth Inlantrv I', si A . octi-' lm lleeruitir-K officer. R ECKUITN WANTED! lOK TUB I, A II it r. . II Tl V Able-bodied, unmarried men, of (jond character, are wanted for the I'.MIED STATES INFA.'.TRT. All such, between theHsres of 18 and 'y years ot ,1...; . e .1 .I.,L.-, 1. Ke. ti.riii, 11' ul cuinillil UJC tnttfr, rj j j appl.wn- to Captain Chrl Rartlett.! this pla At the rendezvous, MkrcHaktsc Exchanok, ol Term exi.ist.ment, .'I years is-.l ... . lil... T!T j MJAl. HLANKS-()f every variety by GEO. A. TLTT LE & CO. "I)A1,EPS M edium. Demy. Eolio, Post, -L Cap. ap. Letter, Bath Note, and Hillet Papers, For sale bv ( , EO. A . T L'TT LE A CO. I'OOKS FOK THE MILLION, embracinn ij l atriotio, sentimental. Comic and Neyro Songa For sale by TUTTLKftCU. rTT nTTiu's- 7 7Ti I AA JjUUIvo. tor sale tiy X GEO- A. TLTTLR & CO. ir vw ciiii'uc .1 l ,. I-?1 lvDKKb ti'e- blefU,fn -- on tha Town Treasurer, bound inpo hooks, for ea lb GEO. A. 1 U I XLE & CO Miscellaneous. gOCIAL ASSEMBLY. There will be a Social Leree, FRIDAY EVEJitXG. Nov. lit, 1861, at ' COLE'S HALL) I'KRKIKS' BLOCK. MkllCHAHTB' KOW. Mnpic Rutland Quadrille Band, 4 pieces, llall TirketH, 75 cents. Carriage list at Hatch' Oyster House. Kutlaud, Oct. 29, 1M61. oet 30-3d II E BLOCKADE! People think GEO. H. PALMER ha run the Blockade, he is selling Cotton so much lew than his neighbors. pHILDRENS COPPER TOED J SHOES, at GEO- H. PALMBK'S. p A L M E i:K Y A Ii N ! iv a h v o n Err Oct. 30th. ISol. T AD1ES' CLOAKS, from 82.50 to -U ?23 .00. at GEO. tl. I'ALMEK S. Rutland, Oct 29th, 1S. Tl'ST RECEIVED Ladies' Hoods, " latei-t styles, which are wiling from 4rt cen g to 100,at BILLINGS CHAPLIN S. A NEW LOT OF HOOP SKI UTS, at KILLING? k CHAPLIN'S. B IIOWN and BLEACHED COTTONS sold by BILLINGS A CILAl'LIN. COLBURN & FENN'S SUPEIilOI Cast Steel AXES, warranted, at KILLINGS . CHAPLIN' S. 4N IMMENSE NUMBER of CASH -jk. Customers are respectfn'i solioited at . . BILLINGS 4 CHAPLIX S Kutlmid, Oct. lsbl. AJOriCK 1-Ca'jie intoth" subscribers XI enclosure n or about the l,t day of October 1 J'-lnK Heifers. The owner is re- r1Ueted to pay cba (,ta Md takli ,btL wav- .. . ... . KttlN HEWITT Eat Clarendon. Oct 29. 43 3w TJOTICThis is to certify that I '- ,f Armtrori(r. have this day giva my too uoutcur t ArmtroDjf hi time during his mi nority, ar j (.(jgii cijiift, none of his earniogs nor pay any at V j 0 f" bis contracting alt-r this date KOLGGLES AKMSI KONG oct 3C-lw V 1; 1' y o 1 K FLOU K o K E R D . V E R D 8c CO., If you want to tuy a good article. We think we know what good Eiour is. why should nt we ? We bay mere flour than any ot'jer firm in Rutland Countv. Buy one barrel, and we think we shall be sore 01 aet.ing you the next T) UCK WHKAT FLO I T R. A '-pry 1 or safety If vekdfr i CO., Merchant's Row. near tbe Depot. Kutiand.Tt (MGARS. A large a.-sort nent from $') J to ti per ii at oct'JSdawly D VFJiDEIt A I'M. S DR. JOHN U. IIII5HARD retpec'lully invite' his j. rotes-ions! friends and acqukintmicrs tb call on him. at luttle A o.'s IV.ck Store I'.ut aicl, i,n the ot h Nov . and lor OLe week thfreatter. tor prott-'-mna! consultation, or lor the purct a- oi h to k of Practice . AUdiciue Chest, or any qusntity ot l i i ni:y Medicine' I hi s'em. lor the lui' t ractical trertmeut l a( I dt--a--'. ilid wi'r ai d urgery. vih: pononi i' atibpt--l pr ticularlv tcr t ne u-e ti an nirit, tor a,. Auutr and V runic liea-e-. cODdennrd for fri-nm, v- irom mure tlmu 4.' uo pit-e i uieili'ii text hook-ot the school-. i. mil t' the t'-i.ral lili-ier-tautiiiiii that 1 ali cn ! tfeir own pti siciuDt.. except in cues ol extrsorcir.an ca-e Local agents waiitrd ttiro'ixh j out .(,,. s'a'e and country oc'iL'tl J7 U A N KLIN H OT EL ! i A tt P It I I l a' l.dALIi. AH KKI-t.MH ,1.1 I HE OA 1 !. Il the Wck . rt-ular toard.-rt. !r. :o Si :, to " P.utlaud. K-t -- 1- ' "Ct-J- tf s J i3 K N C K ll A' Ll'O N . . T 't Tf C' :v it . r t A i. J. A . 1) W I N I K ll S IOC K OK (j ()() I) S. Whicti fl.ey offer a: E X 1 1: E M E L V L'lW j r.ces tort he lines ii :t in a -.'Ci. 't tnn -ervic.'s o' h re-i'i'-nt 1 New Vers, c I ; !ur", ; . x j . r et,,r it, fu tut i) i: v ; ( i ii . lio wi.l I.f'r-! ':i :n ?,, . - ue. 1 ' t ... , :j c li.,o .s..e-. t!,e- .:ui:?t i; - -eir..--i i -. t other It'.ll- Ii: 'I.- .i.,J :.. .' . . , c !. clo-.'-- -cr:.';:. n- : '.-. . ,:i.:'i ... ; ; r:. .e-;.-- It t Ie- ir -el ..-:''.,..,--.; ' i . -r : i he count', it ":.'. :. -i tt i t c 1 '. -' '. . v. II K HA 1 INs'Ill "K !m : ia r-.fiY ; r;-.o l:.... v li 1 i int.'. rie-ii V 1. :e- 11.. .. ..jj; -el- !ate 11 li e K t-t ,:.?,..! !- - l; A ll.lNM JI ei cl . p. EL1.E.NW .ol. 11,1- li t; U'l"l; 1 ...-!-! e l ; . e I',- ; - rtl-d 0111 p Men a t.-e.r.e.'!i i.u- i t-- - u.-.c ct; . o tit I lt Hi 11 llt.l.t 1U-- It !:,. . a! tfe Lit-! e.j ell-e t.r tl,(. st"fe ;i'ti t.ii:,tii r i.Ti e cl ---t.-in ' Eat. lt ; u -1 tijjt -eurutt-i .. il.oroul, v i.tei ra: tu a.li. i)iiiai.'iip. I'.ct.k -st-e; nur. ( i.ranircis.l Arithmetic i.i. tl I i'l!i-..iiiinii-. Elocution, i.mi !le Etencti J.at truaire MuiIh, f h Ipei: to enipuiy n ent t.oiii hoard may le ebf-uued lor Mi per week ler pupils at'endin' the institute in.m ttie country 4.'-ly OHKHIFF'S SALE Taken on an ex- O ecution. and will he sold at Public Vendue at the store of ( ramton. Itarrett ,t n in Kutland. on the first day ot November, l-'.l. at 1') A. 31 . two larye Pay Horses, bv N S 1 EAKNS. Autiioried Kutland. t ct i',. 1-';1 .1 ISTliA ' Came into the enclosure of the sub-cri!er on t! e let t. day of September a two years old Colt, bright bav. W U SEWAI.D. Mendon.Oct 12. ISol. octl-aw A II PRICE Stationery Packaee!" containing 1-i Sheets su"-riine tjilt EdeeNDte Paper 12 Supertine V hite Envelopes, j 2 sttf I I'er.s. j 1 Leati Pencil. 1 Pen Holder. ALL ft HI I CENTS. Eor sale by c A iXTTLE & C j Yr AN TE I). Four respectable Geutle- i il men boarders can l- ac. On rat dated with JjoarJ au J lodi;iii bv apptvim: soon C.I SI VI S PEllhlXS. Oft2o Sw Main Street). Kutland. Vt. 7 KITING BOOKS With and with h un and with A. TCTl LE A CO. out coi'ies. Eor sale by GEO YV KITING FLUID; AND INKS, M From the best manufactories in America England and France, i or eale at GEO. A. TCTTLE A CO S Heal Estate lor aie. I ,1AUMS EOll SALE or EXCHANGE- The unde-fiened offers lor sale sev eral desirable pay men : and farms, very low and on easy terras ol tor one larse dairv. or stock larm. qoutainius aftres. good b uldinirs. and wcl. located. 1 would take in exchange as part payment, a good DnelliDK House iti Kutland. and tiie balance wouUi take in droperty iu or near Kutand, or would let it remain on mortgage, autl make the time ck payments to suit the purchaser For lull partirulprs address the eubecriber. I FKAMl tLLN' rosi ValUn?ford, Oct. Od. litil Leg;al Notice?. (OllXIIIMOItRVKnTK!: 11HE undersisrned ha.in, been appointed by the Hon. nobate Court, tor the Iwtrict of KatUnd t.ommi.iorr. to rTiv ex----jne, an,l diut all Claims and demands ot all person auam-t tb estata ol Simon Mniue, late f C'lartndaa 10 maid Litnct mwn, utn-ujr pitmiKt mat we will meet, for the purpose of examining and allowmr claims at the dellini-of Daniel P att insaid Clarendon, on tlie-econd Saturdays of January aal April neat IH62, from 1 o'clock P. M , until 4 P a each ef said days, and that six months from the 17th day ot October. A L. is the time limited Iry stud Court lor said creditor to nrTit thr ;. - f - " ' mvvWHU to us lor examination and allowance Dated Clarendon. t., the 21 -t cay ol October A D. W. D. MARSH. ; ,, 433W ELEAfcli HAVWAXI j ' (On tHMIOSCUV .(IT1CC. rpiIE undersigned having boen appoinr.l bv the L Hon. Probate Court. lr the Diitriet ol K'li.'and , Cornmis-ioners to receive, ximise aod- aiJjjKtall claims and demands of all persm aijjt trie estate ol Kuth Norton, late ol Tinmautli in m l District decea-ed, hereby Rine notice tlut we will meet fur tie purpose of examining and allowing stid claims at the Into dwelling hoase of the fra-.l in "aid Tinmouth, on the il lay of Novemb'T avi the 2sih (lay of Uecember, tool, from I') o eWien A. 3t . until 3 o'clock. P. M. ,each of said day-, aud ttyit six mouths l-otn the l.V.bdav ol October. A D. ia the tima iimitel by said Court fot fa J creditors to present their said claims to us lc-7 exiitninuion and allowance IH'ed TicnkOBth. Vt . the day of 'Xrtober. A. D. vsei JUDAH U ROL"ND. 4 i-3m ELIJAH KOss. Com r. tonniaiiuscuv .iwiior. 'MH E undt-rsigued liivitig beca appoiati-d brtlie Hon.I'orbaie Curt, lor tte District ol Uut laod. 'ommi"ioiiert receive, examiue, and adjunt all aim- and tWrniruii o aU pro-n against ihe estate 'il Samu Uemrnway, Su . late ot Mt H'j!:y in "aid li'rict deceased. h-reby jrive notice tht w will meet lor tbe purpose nl exainiiiing aud allow ing said ehnmat thdwe!l'ng-housM tt ijah I' -4 m paid Mt. Hollv. on the 2d iliurrtiiLy in Novmbr A U ISil. aud tbe 2d Ihur-day ie Apnl 4 D. Iv trora loo clock, A. M , until 00 e.ota p. M.. on rt-cu of said days, and that fix iikiuik from thel'tbday of October. A. L ISol i tMftmt Hunted b. aul Court lur said creli:irs to pre-ent tlieir said claims to u' forexaminationand allewaiK-e. bated Mt Holly. Vd . this l h day o. .V;tcier, U.151. M C I 43-3w LEAN LEU LEEBT. 1 Com r ionniaaio.icitv notice. THE undersigned having been appointed by the Hon Probste Court, lor the District of Kutlunc. Commissioners to receive, examine, and a'iju-t all claims and demands ot al! persous x.'ainst tb- e-tate of liavid Taft. Iat ot Kutlaud. in -aid District 1ecs ed hereby give notice that we will bihi lor the pur pose of exHminnjg aad allowing said claim- at the fate residence of said deceai-d 111 Kut aiel on tn- la Saturdavi of Novemtr and ebruar. ntxt. 'rom 10 o'clock A M . until 3 o'c.'ock P. M . each of -afl days, and that ix mouths Irom the 17th day ot September. A. D.. 1W1. is trie tune limited by aid Court torsaid creditor to prexeat tht-ir said claim to us for examinatioL and allowance. Dated at Kutland. Vt.. this 23-1 day of October. A D . l"A. LOWLY KOCSD, Jr., I -NAlllAN Kut.M) JCOmrr 8TATK UK VERMONT. I MHK Hon. Probate fist'ict ol Kutland. ss 1 Coart tor the Llisuict fToUnirson. in'ersVd r the e-tate ot Siia IJfch.rd. late of KuUand, m -ail dis'.nct de ce, ,nt-tu. (lUrn5- f D v of the State of Vermont. ou are I the m:hm. ter helore saia court toe 'leretiy Dotifitf fk ' 'and in 'aid di-trct. on the Le(-;'-1er s' eltice. im Jb-. day ol Ncveintn-r next 2nd MoDdiTt beinir the on -- -an a- to the then nd tl'e to he heart , -mini'trat jr of petition .f Tm-jO" v o i,hn ' to .:i-'-e ot raid estate, to tai;ow-'1 i -r -nwi m. -"1 tli" estnte at,.l p. iy f Oiven nt liu'li-d ctoler. A D v 43 3r '.t- n!' sunt lav ol -a. 1 le-'-trf 'UT tbt. HI.NPV ."ALL P.--'r I .- I A I T. ' t r t. M l , f : t o:, J-, ui-rnct Katli' o t i j ,,t:r. .,,r "is i'i--'iL of Hu'.:. I lo .: p-r-or. interested in lh- e.tate t r:.jami . i - . nr,,,--c-.,hi pef. on e! p-fs.'.,ri:. r -n. i ili-'rict Kvt..aii-V.nrv t., ta f Veiw-t t '"..are i tfly nt-tit.-.i to artpear l-io.-e sai-l o.i,rt a- t:-e Le.fer - e;...e. p!jt l d I...,ri.;t ,.n fttfl . ue-.iai t-.'l:i-?,e t'!. oay i tNon-mr-r !. thn-i f-e:e p. re ; ,-r 1 ): , .e,CjijM. , .. , ,--;MoB OlJohl. A I)o k -e. I.u r,:: ..,r..' -fc ,. . ,,. . lor !,c.-n-et. -el. ; there. -'ate ,.t .si cn. .-' " "' I ,r' '" ate.? an-: :v. n:. tmira tt.e- . -I atetl 11. -UM tx . oe; a i;i'nd i:. aid !. t ,t l if tl. A li 4- HEN BY IIAI.I.K.vr MA'Ir I'l- VKUMtl.'il 't iV VEKMo.'t 1 . i I' ii K H ,:. -i.:t ..t Rut and. s- ) ourt trie Di-t ate net o: iiu'k io a.i person- mvis-im ::, t:, ..ta ,., He7-ut Il3;-le- , , f Mi. id -t ,' t r, -!-..; .:.-rt -n:. iiits-'.ate i KEi.-."' :; r. 1 fcv'ir.ed t'.t;.ear te:.re.4.i , ...; ,. i-t.-r - t. . e ir, ; in-.;: ,,'.-T;.: r.r-t I Uja. t-e.K 'l.e !A.t .; . -,..f rXf I tiers- hi 1 O H,'i. ,. -,'ir- ;' . .,j , . . - , 1 t!t: r. ..: A ,r..i: la. :;- .--..; .r ... . , i . I. r ,n r:.-e u . r r a. .--ta-- .. ,4I. .- .i-d, ai ! a . ' is t-.-."i ti .. !. j ,'.,,. .. .,, : : . -ar :! - c- - .. -. ; . - ... -a, .: : :--f.r-. :: . : . lay ol ..'I.N..V .... ... :. ;- e. t C't ii r A .' c .TICK ,,-r i i. .ai 1 . 't eVCf.hl.. in it ' a r i . : e i l.r.i -,..;,- : r - a i.-'- st cups .V'O eiTll.-- .! 1 - : jic-n 1 ;-.;'e :.: :::i- t. : : -r o -u.e S M !t l;i; i'. : I'.-! o,-j- sr !'.T:.!cl O.t -j Vol A; I ICK. This ' 'j cer'ii'v that I ,r.t .1 Ki-k. have .'irn; rnv -oa James- h i-k hi- tiiiieunr:i, tne remain. e- m iu-iiii-noritv aid ehati t laim none ot . vrum.'- nor r.ay anv .icb'.s ol hi-con'ractirii AKO J E.'s.'v Chitteti.ieii Oct lfc,;l. 44 i LIP. KP ATI ON This" ma7c,.rii!y that I have tliis day pj,.-; -r.j mhi. Wc. Edward llarkness. his time dunnz hi- mn.-rtt -. ami -rsall claim none ot his nayes and pay m. Jel ts o! his coo trscting atter :hi date WM HA I: kN" E-s) Kutiani, I let Z': l-.l 1 Tv OTICE. The umJersiuel of the late J. 1 lirm of C.eo E l.rave it Co.. wt ii d inform hia lnends and cu-toroe-H. that lie will continue the busi ness in Butluin's block, overthe Meat Market where he will be p iewed to larni-h BOOTS AND SUOES. WHOLESALE and RETAIL Toallol the old customers . aud as many new ones as will give him a call. E. . SAULLU Kutlaud. Sept 2 lil tept y-2mos I A S ' ( A L l : : All persons indebted to us must call and .-etWe immei iatelv to save cost. POND A MORSK. Kutlaud. Sept. 23 lvj. L O O K A T T HIS! All book cecounta of thirty dayn staudidg due tbe subscriber must by settled on or belore the L.ta day of Oc tober. or tftey will be lound iu the hands ot a collectiiij; attorney 11. O. PEKKJNS. Kutland. Seit. Is, liil sept 19 tf TVT OTICE. My wife, Mary Ann Whit- -LI comb, ha left ray bed aud board which at my own hou-e I have provided, aud eone away without cause. 1 will pay no debts ol her contraction or oa her account. MI LOW WII1TCOMB. Granville, N. 1'.. Oct. 17. l"-iL octl9Jw-Jr S100 A MONTH! Made with Stencil Tools. CUKAPKST AND liEST. &nd for latest sample. All Iree 1. L. IIILLIKEN, Braudon, Vt., or 11-tf No TO I hird St., St. Louis, Mo. IOKTHK GREATEST INILrCEMENTS EVEK C offered Aeents, address with ntsmp, Dr. W. W. HIBUAED, Poultney, Vt JNKS ! INKS !;! INKS ! ! Black, Bine, Carmine. Ccpyine, Indellible.'.auil WriUDjr FTrucut ol ail kinds for ea-e by .U " f TLlTLE tt CO. I