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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1861.
X GOOD SKETCH OF "THE YANKEE." A writer in the Church Record thus con cludes an article on New England; "Patriots, philosophers, philanthropists, and scholars, have been children among the granite porpes of this New England, aid wherever truth and honor are battlirjr.the sons of Puritans will be t'ound caper in the fray. But we are erratic pardon us; we would talk with youf hum bler men, indigenous plants, that nature has scattered uppn tins sterile surface; live Yan kees, truly, full of character, burning with en terprise and cliriosity. We meet them lean ia person as a hunter's clou, and with a parch ed countenance ready for sorrow or sadness : . t'lastir stens: thoughtful, but not abstract ed ; patient, because eunnins: ever watchful; alow to anger, avoiding aconfliat, but resolute at bav. In dress, always prtein .W never foppish; choosins their own fahWfsind sel dom . hni''!-' tb.-ni. fleir foi'ettry theif mn-ro 'i- ;l -r .'!--ir.- to please;" al(fch-i.' w,r"u ..,,..,,.!. a profit. They!' oilv me- linni'-; 'In- history ot in. n s ne ,css!ties is the history of their inven ion. wl.il ''" hf " onlv.-nious inev.tablyco.p-" f..m si..-!, busy 3hnds and brains . ' -The live Yankee no home; his love of h that is inrention breed "vr ot .,:nF Ti T ever a hum1' ltse,f we. fin(1 Jlm pantins on!7 ' . He never pines in tor- sr- 1 U " 1 ' -- a t a t is its capacity for a steamboat, its I r - T AfoiT banks checked into village lots, and 'ns 1 .'. 'vjtf'clasie waters might do the drudgery of a f'M 4," - co'ton mill. He looks upon the marble pyra- AW.f uit'l ni sruesses at its neint, cau-uiaies mt- atone. by the perch, and sells the magnificent relie at a profit. He c'iinbs 'he mountain's height, crossed by beleasuring hosts, nd is struck at once with the propriety of a tunnel: lie sits beneath the shelterd vine ami listens to the whispering sea, looks upon the warm promise of grape, and forgetting the holy memories of the land of songs, his fretful slum bers turn the smiling vintage into wine, and make tor him a happy bargain. You shall find him in Constantinople, making up in gri maee what he lacks in language, while spread ing a plaster with his tongu for the man of Mohammed; go to the Sandwich I-lnnds or to Australia, and listen to his argument in favor of republics; go where you will, from the north to the sultry ;outh, from earth's morning to her mirnt. and the everlasting Jonathan von will find arguing or trading. His religion is practical: he mourns over the i heathen, and is reaoy to convert them ny the ) 1 joh; h" loves liberty with an impetuous enthu- 'ey siasm, ami Uy believes that his country can w whip the uiferse. " If the phlegmatic ami well-bred Englishman talks of roast beef and -ijj his ancestors Jonathan has a pumpkin pie V and a grandfather to match them; if the "i Fr"nchman grows frantic over a fricassee of :; ' frog piaters, Jonathon pulls out a dough-nut and a greening: if the dusky Italian mentions the mad belehings of Vesuvius. Jonathan is ready to quehch it with the bellowing torrent of Niagara. In argument, always specious. ; this progressive phenomena tramps the world 1 with the skeleton of a patent right in his car- pet bag, and in his ever open hand a plea- ant 'Mow an- teV If you would save; otir ' pride from being humbled, risk i' not in a m'-ker with Jonathan; his razor is t tie true Dapjasi us. strapped upon 'h wand of .Mida- for a golden 'larvest: in; sanctity i.s often shrewdness, ari l his -nci't ctnipla'.inc- :- : ijuite often (he rcfl. r-ii.f !ia!, '' bodi "hilling. (Ye 'if?:tr.,!rflli . bv e'luCH'lon. honest, he ss IwayTpeTiT'tTiT tot r' !! done in the t ody: his hospiralites and charru--. are ceremon'mi duties: his piety is the si-wr-ity of a Sabbaih: but his bias is the thirsting impulse of a creative genius chained to the more son; id passion for lucre. The live Yan kee is but the eccentricity of a truly wonder ' ful people; the moral and physicl impress of New England is stamped upon the universe: we owe her our nationality, and the world ewes her admiration and respect." Ek.iith Uk;im kvt. Dr. Geo. F Male of Brattleboni lia been appointed and commissioned a Surgeon of the Mth Regiment Vermont volnnt-cr.-.( 'ol. Steph en Thomas commanding. Dr. Gale was - not an applicant for the place, but it sought him on the ground of his peculiar titness. So says the Urattleboro Phu nix. We hear ot another expedition against the Ancient Dominion from New York an in road of oystermen, who have not the fear of Gov. Wise b-fore i heir eyes, propose to visit the ovster bank.-, avid to forciblv remove the miilhiscarrrcasures therefrom. If thev meet with no opposition, there will be war to the Unite" when 'hey take their plunder home, to gladden our epicures. Here is evidence in point, copied from a l-tter dated New Orleans, Septcrn fer l.). lSbl written by Thomas Lunri. ai. l published in the Lcmlon Herald of Xovenher r Tji(, writer is an Kngli-h-man, fiom the town oi Hurv : "Then- are -J''J Yatike.'".,i is()nei-s ex pected ti-n- this evening, and tln'rr is u .''ffimenf vt M'trfo (tin'f.i i , ,-si'orf '" Xorftrm iji'Htlfiiu'ik In tliv (tfiaun. Thai inll In' nit liDimr in thrm.'' We have heard of many patriotic of fers, but of nothing which will eipial the following: A lady of uncertain age, in a neighboring town, having a pair of pillow ticks which had been handed down from operation to generation, offered, if any oe "ould find feathers to fill them, (even with tu.-key leathers.) to give one to the soldiers, serving; t! other for her own URe. 1 he exchange of rebel risoners has commenced. The !rk Island City left Boston yesterday fr Fortress Monroe with two hundred an! ffity of the rebels f ured at Hatteras, who have been re d lroin captivity at Fort Warren by government. Yesterday the Po Office committet of tf-y iiouse unammouslydecided to introduce a bid to abolish the fraiking privilege. The eoininittee has also cotitludcd to grant no fur ther privileges in the else ol sohliets' letters Other than now given, is ivspcctsot mailiii" their letters without ffepavment. Tiie rc irn from the Post Olie Department show h,t 0ver fJI ?M,r uellt. of soldiers letters are Pr"Mid. The Richmond Dispatch of the 18th I inst. has a significant editorial article upon the subject of iron and coal. It attributes national power, prosperity and independence chiefly to an abundant supply of iron and coal, and concludes that " the southern states are in more danger of distress this hour from a deficiency in iron than in all other com modities whatever." It laments the abandon ment of the iron furnaces in Virginia and Tennessee on account of the non-community of coal, and insists that the safety of the South requires early steps to be taken by the confederate government to bring into requi sition two regions of country in tbe southern states in which abundant supplies of the spe cies of coal suitable for the manufacture of iron expt in positions accessible to beds of iron oe. It adds : " Until the resources of the outh in iron and coal are developed we cannct pretend to be classed among the great .-powers -f the arth:" and says, ' the confed erate government should look after these in terests, for the question of independence may soon become no other than the question of an abundant supply of iron and coal." It appears that Hen. MeCulloch is at Richmond because summoned there to an swer some charges preferred against him for needlessly burning property of Southern men, and for refusing to reinforce Price when the latter was pursued by the national troops. McCulloch's forces were in winter quarters n Benton count v. Ark. Six regiments of ndians were in his camp. In urging the necessity for immediately strenthening the defences on our Northern boundary, the Chicago Times says, we have onlv one war steamer upon the lakf s. From Oswego to Fon du Lac we have not a single fortification which could bear a day's ifeiege. The Detroit, the St. Clair and the St. Mary's rivers would all be at the mercy of well dis ciplined troops. But in thirty flaws we may erect such defences as will defv England. Hon. Smith O'Brien', publishes a commu nication in the Herald to the etTect that Eng land is seeking an opportunity to destroy her great commercial rival, the United States i and adding that Irishmen, in England acd Canada, as w.H as n ! United States, will risf in behalf ot this as him of the oppressed, and advising that the rebellion be speedily rut down with a view to meet England. We have the intelligence that the frigate Santee has destroyed a rebel "fortification at Bolivar Point, intended to drive our ships from Galveston, in case an attempt was made to take that place. This accounts for the rebel evacuation of Galveston. With that place in our possession, we havn a foothold in. every rebel State On the -.'nth of D.-cember, 1860, South Carolina seceded from the Union. The day is to be celebrated in Charleston with great pomp. The ruin and devastation of that city affords a better commentary on the results of secession than all the pomp of a festal cel ebration. A verv 'all man was in the veets of Bos ton, when an old lady, who admired his gi gantic stature, thus addressed him : Mist r, were vou considered large when vow were small?" "Yes, marm. I was considered big when I wh lift'e." The indication :mw are ! e nr great batt'tt will be fought upon the borders of Kentucky and Tennessee. Over 150.000 men are to-dav face to face, and if i impos sible, from their :io-irion. 'hat thev should re main long inactive. Gen. MeCle'.lan. upon the receipt of Gen. Phelp-' reo-t of his occupation of Ship Island, yesterday, declared his dissatisfaction with Gen. Theljis' iroclam.'-.tirTi. siting that he sboud bae issued no p-oc!amation at all on the occasion. 1 Roth ot the Missouri Sena'ors. Polk and Johnn. have joined 'he ranks of the rebels. ' And Judas went t his own." St. Louis, Dec. (ren. Ilalleck has sued an order in which he says, any one caught in the act of burning bridges and destroying Raiirtads and tele graphs, will be immediately ?iot, and that any o ie accused of the same will be tried bv military commissioners, and if found guilty, suffer death, where injuries are lone to Rail roads and telegraph lines. The commanding otic- rs nevf th- post will imm"diafe!v impress into s-rvice tor re repainng damage- r.e slaves otall secession ists in he vi'ejnjrv, net if ne-tssarv the se cessionists themselves a"d their ,roper"v. Any pretended Union men ria-ing inform ation of intended attempts 'o ' i--stro-. such roads and lines, or oti i r gu ltv larties who do rot cominnnicafe sl.-h mtenion to the proper authorities, and if such aidand assisr anre in punishing is not given tfey will be regarded as particeps criminis anl treated accordingly. Hereafter towns an counties in which such destruction of property takes ace, will be made to pay the expenses of all repairs unless it shall be shown that the peo v'e of such towns and counties cr uldnot have frevent(l it on account of the supe-ior force cf the enemv. Louisville, D-e. '22. Passengers from below report tint very tiing is quiet there. Thev c:'iSrm tie recent rimor of the rebels tearing up the Railway l-arks between Green River and Bowling (ireen. The rebels engaged at th- late Iviimford ville fight, were three not full regiments', tumbering 1 loo men i". all. Tlie federal brce was :J7o, and was lei? by Lieu. Col. Van Trebtia, and not Von Webe- m re ported. New York, Dec 2:. A special dispatch to the Post says there s a rumor that the Cabinet has resol ed to release Mason and Slidell, and that trders have gone on to ship them at once to I la" if ax. The Post regards it as improbable. The Post sava Lord Lyons will prolably await further idvices from Europe bifore piesenting the peremptory demands of the Rritish government. Fort Monroe, Dec. 5?. No flag of truce was sent out to-day .J There was a severe skirmish to-daj at Newmarket bridge. Four "iinmies at Newport News went out at : o'ci x.k thi morning and were attacked by rebel cavary and infantry. Max Webber's regiment w;nt out to their ai i. Coi. Wardroji's regiment also went to Hampton bridge. Orderly Sergeant of Co. I, ot the 10th, ami two or three others were wounded- Everyfhin i qciet now ;tfHirin?I S P E E R ' S SAMETJCI WISE ! PURE, AND FOUR YEARS OLD. : Or CHOICE OPOKTO HlHT, ' FOR PHYSICIANS' USE,' ! FOK FEMALES, VVKAKLY PERSONS I ANP INVALID. ; Ever family, Mbiea8ou, mould use the sJamcci WINE. Celebrated in Europ for ite medicinal and beneficial qualities as a gentle -Stimulant. Tonic. Diuretic and Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent phyician, used in European and. American Hospitals, and by ome of the first families in Europe ana America. A.S A TONIC, It has no equal, causing an appetite and building up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a most valuable fruit. AS A DIUKETIC, It impart a healthy aetion to the Glauds and Kid neys, and Urinary organs, very beneficial in Dropsy, Gout, and Kheura&tic affeotions. .1'KEK'S WINE Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but is pnre, from the juice of the Portugal Sambucua. cul tivated in New .Jersey recommended by Chemists and I'hysiciai'.s as possessing medical properties sa perior to any other Wines in use. and an excellent article for all wc-ak and debilitated persons and the aged and i&tirm, improving the appetite and benefit ting ladies r,a chil.lren. A LADIES' WINE, Because it will not intoxicate as other wines, as it contains no mixture of spirits or other liouors, anc is admired for it rich, peculiar flavor, and nutritiv properties, imparting a healthy tone to the digestivi organs, and a blooming, soft, and hraltby -kin ant complexion WE RE7EK To A few well known jentlenten and physicians. wh( have tried the Wine: (Jen.Winrd Scott.lS.A. Gov Morgan. N.Y.sjtte, Dr.. I K Chilton. NY cif. Dr I'arker. N Y City. Dr. Darcy i NiclxiU, Newark. N. J . Ir.Wilson.llthst.,N V 1T. Ward, Newark, N. J Lr. Dougherty. Newark. N. .1 Dt. Tarish. I'hila . Dr. Davis. Chicago. Ill '-"fr None uenuine unless th KKED STEER. I'assaic. N J signature of "Al ls over tin- cork f each bo'tle ZJ- MAKE ONE I K1A1. OK THIS WINK F'or -ale f Diiigg;t A SI'KKK. r"noPRIKTR. VI N V. A l D, 1'assaic. New Jr r-ey oKH'.-R.2i."t Broadway. Ne V; rk. JOHN I. A KOV. Taris. A-nt for Krince and Oermany. oct2S A SURE AND SOVEREIGN RhMEDY fH Vi C.U.v liLl'S, t;i-ll', A.SIHMA WHOOP INO Col'f.U. SOUK THliOAT. HKOM HIUS Ht)AK?ENE.o. INH.l 'ENA. KEVEK Ai.L K II 1? Warrant,-, i rfli--.- t'ro-i;i in five ti.mut 1 o break up ; m!nw in a inite r.tgh'.. To relieve As(f,ir,a at una. !'o cure all '.u i ;iiel diH-ae ot th i.aa, pr vu.ij- ) nlce-rii'cii . IJasvillm, Vt . ct. 109 Me--r ! B Miwi!, s Co. 1 hav ben trjttita number ol 5 tar-.e.-ilictt-d te a -ort ol necti cou!l,. and occapiona) bl!DF at : itiij. Irjuutly ht!l a pint at i iu,f . I trie.1 in - jm aii the variou- rn -die heralded in tlie Rewspaver. until at U-tl iejid ! to ivr yotir Week Majrie Compound a tnl.ar.C :ukj . too. tor -tor J lwl taken two bottlm. the bieedinjr hmi entirely r..,ed. and in a -liort 'iiae i - entire' relieved : I tin cough. nd have nr. H'ck ri'h,.-- o;.impiaint isce V-rv -MicrulK yours AKIUAIE CH EENKi" ',m Ar h ,1. w,!,, I) I) , Prr-nAtm ii'ii'H irn ln.Muviton !'; Mhic ornpo.:t;(! w hich you lurniaert a spriug, when I wa- -iifcrinjt rnot eTrelv :r a the EtTect- o! a loiis.- o.-i.tina-.-.l -tli uooo m-y'n.-- acted !ike a charn. ! he rii-t alter takky it. 1 cou;(iei1 U-.r Ji.il j;ep! t'ter t.i,n lor week tefore. and the nee ot :t tiriailv removei the diftcultv utire should u-e it Ai;ai& in pretarvneeto t:v serii irtie 1 have tried when similar'? afflicted Q Vi'irj trui , K K SMIIH Kairtex- Vt., Apnl 24. I X ' A L HOTTI.KS i.KAVI, Wm . JOSLVX 4 .sons. Harton. Vt W-. -ai. A'eiitHtor Western anu Northern N V ,to horo :l or.ier- -hi-.uhl i,r iddrw-e-i Sold Sv fond i iiru- r fecu. nl K r Lrwi- ikuUand. Al-ohv l; r. -iiera.'lT hrt)ijKh jtt tlie t'ountv iy ft h "a1 "IT-K offer to the cmntrv tra-'e and consumers, ?V a complet.- as-nrtmei. ( every varietr ol LIQUORS. WI3E Sic, aid nould cay that oar experience oi mnr KOKTV YKAI'.Sas Importers i not onl- a -nff-i-n t unratitee lor the PfRITV OK i cm lnKi-. bur thai it enabJe a" to offer advantaires to bm er, f 1 st cannot he excelled by any hou;-e in Hoston. 0 iug to tie (.i.f cnlty of procuring, in many tono. a strictly pure and relia ble article of Luuors aJ Wm-. tor medjcinal and other purposes, we have for many years given spe cial attention to filling orders for Puivati lien, and consnraerc wi'I find it (treatly to their advantage to send their osder-i to as direct, as we employ no traT elinjf or other agents whatever. I'ersouswho require Pvm l.iqums vn4 Win's, in large or sml.' qnantitied. may reet arure.l that all order will receive our best person.il attention, and that every article sent from our house will be satisfictory u every respect. Com municatiwis by mail will reoeive orompl attention, with full aad complete taloue ofgads, prices, ie Millinery. MISS PKNK1ELI Uasju-t returued rora market with a full assortment of FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY GOODS, Together with a larite stock orCLOTUS. CLOAKS sad DL'Sl'KRS, no Rutland, Oct. a. 1K1 W-U JgMBUOI DEKY STAMPING. I have just received a fine assortment oi F-EIRKK'S FRKHIUM STAMPS. And bdi prepared to srsrap all kinds ot Fmb.'Olde ry and Braids, from new anu elegant patterns. Ladies please call and see for yourselves' M. A. FENFIELD. Ketland, Oct 17. 131 43-tl 4 WONDERFUL LITTLE MICRO- TL SCOPE Maunifyinir small objects 500 times, will be sent to any applicant ou receipt ol twnty. Jive tmtt in silver, ana one pink stamp. Five differ ent powers for oi e dollar Address, Mrs, M. S. woodvtaki. Ro. isi i hiiadeleihia, Vtnri. -M-Oaa. iiiliii ! vw!w i vr.i Medicinal. OjO iikv Ut'tH iYfiUP on i-.:- ,-;tk.u:t of SARSPAHJLU AMD STILUNGIA, ( f:iKi i.or-. iMtn.mr a.m h v. sa. ( i a i a i. ni-K.tiKf. oi.i !ii i:-shim 1M-KA-K-. li) 11,1. OTlir" t5.-K-K- WilM'tl A It I'. ,AlT.. JV AN IV4lt lit. -TATE OF rat: iii.ooi). tii 1 WONDERFUL CURE CF SCROFULOUS WHITE SWELLING!!! Road the Statement of Martin Robbing, Jr. (Inr ot tin- U'nrl ' ever Recorded! ' ,m :snaii, O., Fb. In, IS5S. ;it.-- i . .v. ... -.--. . i. ,v -i. 'jtttle.mti : I will with preat jdeaaure riivc my testimony m whnt vour S A K SAPAKIL'LA AN'D l l L LIKGIA, or Blood and Liver yrup. lias done for VJC in--, tsorne three and h iialT yewrs since, 1 whs uttiiojjed with a s c i: o ku L o i: s WHIT?: SWKLL- IN"'!, which was at 'il i vitli ni'.M ex'-niciKtm jinins I I tried vnrio-K r.-irii'dii-s. und had two of the lxt Phvsiciiin- .it' 'lie city, (one of them a Pro lessor in an ' )!! School Medical College,) an.i thoy Failed to give me any Belief! I was so reduwd that I was confined to my bed for over three month. The nerviia and muaelen t!" one lew witi! so coirracted and drawn up, that I COULD NoT'VALK. I had MOIiK THAN' A r'7EN KL'XXISG ULCERS ou rnv le"i, from which I took from time tn time, ml.r'"than USE HUNDRED PIECES OF lioN'E. some of thm from three to four inch., loir. I was reduced to almost a skeleton, atvl r.iv":rieiids had civen up all HOPES oi" my V.KCOVERYt I wa in lh:a condition when I ..nun-need the use of your Blood and Liver SvTU3 I have uoed altosnther Home 'to i ei; U,,ttles. I arn now ABLE TO ATTEND r, , p,!'-iINEr, and my Jej have become v. , r-.m .- h:' walk without any ditticnlty AN'!) t ! A h h.Milit.Ll itr.'." r.ivr.i i .TH. i imr-. "r';!y, M ART IN ROB BINS, Jit. :t:2 West 6th Street. Dci-.iT it; 1 "al Oil and Lamp. .xiriM-t from the ' 'ri'tnr' and f.-.!..-ni -. '. V..'.. ... !rt?e 31 , '-'... It. . ';''.' To N, in r'-,'nrd F ' , - Rem. irk ill's Cure "While Martia Bobbias was in the very worst imaginable condition, we w.-r- called ' t: iM him for a fracture "1 th.- ie. j.nejii.-.-.i j The indications "t 11 reunion ..f-i.. ..'.... ;s..ier th- circiii. -tan.-i-s, wire 'ry 'nt.-i .r.ibie. for he would . duv alt-r il.iy, ;-:;m. out small i-iKv'L.s of the which w..-:id slouL'h ot: i louici him iitnvill's Prorjiiratioa, t'i.-a tfrrh . V i.ai tr-u'.ment, hv.ug ir-.u : ; et W.- C-I:- itV to wliKl OU.d extensively diseajeti ...lo :-i.di- ITU '; i-iiri- -V-'lil K! RTtiHK SAi. MI.C- 'ha' ' tlie ,.e H'OV ILL'S .-AP.-APA-STlLLlNolA ti h.s pract ce. it.-i .una '.he wo-r n:n-i' il.T c ask-oi undSt'CHiLITIC DIEASr. A .y.iOlE FftWiLY AFFLICTED -COVERED WITH SORES fiND BOILS. . ,i i ..i i, H..n.-I-- '- ' - " '" -" ' -V r ,', . :. .-s-pviu.. ,-, ,. -.Thi- --rt :' 'L..I m.- : .... r. :!!i i: K-' :'A ' J-' ,.i -, h.:: iio, w,-r- rt!ii.-t-i. My . -hiM'-t.-. UTld TO' 'I.- '- '! flr-t 'iik'-l: w !, j, ir. ,t.'l,!l, the skin OVer the .vi.-. ;!! " v.T-d with ri:.: :.c , . -. ji ;!; vs:c;;iii, ., j-l .- l.tH.t;t six lliol.i :i- . .'ll.d '':... ' ' ::"':! . .. . .,- , - : '-! ' ' "'' r- ' " ' . , .. ..-..- :r, r th- " ' ... . ., . m:!.-: .r.-i z -I '!' '- ,- . mUr ;,;.; - V ill i. iitid s'rai.i:- ... . . . a- h.i ol ;t i i. v.-'- -.it. -.vim. i.:. : I-'.' ""-' ... , , '. ... I '.'ir t It.-i!..-. Voi;r-. wit ii re, !', HA!;L! yv..y. I','.,' , t rf-.-'.' "J .' o thr n-inkt and g-t ho-l ,-o";?;i:t;i!,r e.-rt ! fir les of elir.-S troll. W-:: K NOWN .'ITUKN.-soF CINCINNATI? r.r SroviU's Blojd and Liver Syrup n r-.Mj'osKD r.NTHtKLY OF VEOKTA B!.!. and ' pviii'i'-ii.v AFK lor t'HIL t v X ., .1-.- iii . re mouth oreriiptioii ;;- MiTUK!i YAH'K the ;t. f ti:-:r hildr.-r. thy liol l 'T-.idi-. i- , th- I. ' :'t it t !!.-;i.i -he s';.!en,.-i,i ; o-.e th- OLIr.-T iMIKMISTS IN CINCINNATI. ! he-el, v eertit'v thiii ! '.nve 1-"!i ni'.A" .Mu:iii.'- ' with 'SCoVt !.!. SAHSAPA iUI I. NI ST! LLi N ' I A . ' BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP. TH K I N" ! KDIKNTS ,.r.. entirely vegetable, -m..! ao mineral enter into the tirepririition." W MKUKILL. One door we-i m Il-n ti.-- I io'i '-. 1 'ineinni.ti. For sale hv the :'r...r-.-!or-. A. L. SCOVILL ft CO., V. I'J Wes- i'.-.'irh 'i:,!-M.nti For sale by 1'ond fc Morse and K- C Lewis. Ilut land; K.Watkinsfc Co., West Rutland; K K. DTake Pfttnford; C. L. Ctse and X. Jackson, Bianden; J.N Northrop St Son, Catleton;J. J. Joslin, W. Poultney; Dewey fc Dewey, E. Foultney. 1 Also by one mre agents in every town. ALAXITIVE AND TONIC COMBINED. 'ertem'ie to : Pala'f., r 'lit n th--r oje- rulions; :ti ydonol txtiuut Me .;rtnL;ll,iior i interrupt iailf avocations. t or twnty years these Lozenges nave retained the confidence of the Medical Profession and the public generally, in spite ot all competitors or lmiators. They are the most effective remedy tor HABITIAL COSTIVENIL38 and its re sults, vil : Piles, Jwifestion, HendntJu, itizztness, languor, uppression or root, Heartbun, Flatulence. Bad Taste in the Mouth, ThrpiU Livery tc. Female who cannot endureetrong pur gatives fnd these Lozenees admirably suited to the many ocmplaints incident to tneir sex, by restoring nature tnd preventing periodical pains and obstructions. They are alsouet the thing for children, being agreeable as the most pleasant confection. Price 25 and 60 cents per box. For sale by the pro prietors, J. S. HARRISON It CO., No-1 Tremont Temple. IVwtou, and by all Druggists. Dr. Harrison can be be consulted, free of charge, at his offioe.aa above. 47-mos J A LL ET1S, FORTMONIE8 and POCKET ihmjuis tor sale Dy luiitiiictu. 1(( A MONTH! O 1 OU Made with Stencil Tools. CHEAPEST AND UKST. Send for latest samples. All free. D. L- MFLLIKEN, Brandon, Tt., or U'l No, 70 Third St-, St. Louis, Mo. i cinm -aiiil 1 I'JI "wF- G00DN0W BROTHERS.' N EW BOOT AND SHOE STORE. REMEnBER PRGFE8S0R OLMSTED'S Water Proof Leather Piesmer WILL KEEP YOUR FEET DRY. THIS IS NO HUMBUG, . BUT A CHEMICAL DISCOVERT. BY PROFESSOR OLKSTED, OF YALE COLLEGE. It renders leather in, pervioun to water. It perlectly penetrate leather. It renders old and hard leather soft and pliable. ' It restore it to its natural color. It adds to ite durability. It is equal to rubber in turning water It ha none of tbe du-agreeable qualities of rubber. It is equally g iod for boot, nhoeo, belt and barnesa. LAD I ES 1 hrow away your rubbers , ther produce perapir- ben, thereby rendering your feet render and liable tocniioiains It received a Diploms at tbe Connecticut State fair, and at the franklin Institute, at SrracaM.Mew on- Tbis Water Proof Lea her Preserver w now ced for Hone in the follow Ing cities : New liaren Fire Department. Bridgeport Fire Department. Wsterbury Fire Department. Britain Fire Department Bristol Fire Department, Boston Fire Dep.-Uneat. Spririfrfield Fire Department, lioljoke Fire Department, Cbicopee Fire Decartment. ProTidence Fire DeDartment. Also at the L'cited fctate Armory at Springfield, and by the following Manufacturing Companies for n one ana ieitn : Wheeler tt Wilsoi Mannficturinif Oomptny. feOovUle Benedict ft Bumtjam Holmes. Botb k Hayden" Lea yard Coiturn.lHose Maaufacturer. New Britain KnithnK Company. For a!e wholesale d retail by OOODNOWl BKOTHKRS Rutland. Vt ' GENTS W LVNTED to S.-II OLMSTED'S Water Proof Apply to Leather Preserver. GOODNOW BROTH 18 PATEIT BOOT A! I) MIIOE4. Boots and Shoes ccn-mcted upon a new principle PLIMER'S PATENT LAST." And BooU and aboe made thereon ALL PRODUCTIONS FROM THIS X. .A. S T , , Bear the . Jf' W" py,. -Four TRADE MA h K Wl'h TJi WES on tlielsole, gZEEF enlarged J L'STf KFC EI VKD A 'CHOICE'STOCK OF PLUM ERS? PATENT BOOTS AND SHOES "I7RE8II STOCK OF RUBBERS, i Just received by OOODNOW BROTHERS QHOE MANUFACTURERS GOODS O AND SHOE TOOLS, For sale by GOODNOW BROTHERS. M EN'S FRENCH CALF D. SOLE Sewed Bootn. MADE 0N PLUMER'S PATENT LAST. Q.ENTS. FINE BOOTS MADE TO MEASURE, OS PLUMER'S PATENT LAST, Br GOODNOW BROTHERS. , sentaSoaoeOdfcw Merchant's Row, KoalaM Legal A of Ice?. Ct.lf .TIIMsilo.VEn' IfOTK rpH Ktinderniffoed twin, been appointed by U X Hon. Probate Cocrt, lor the Dwtrict otHatland, Commissioner to receive. " zmine and adjust all Claims and uenuuios of kii persons airkiDbt Uirasa Con;doD, lateot Clarendon, in aid District deceas ed, berety Rise notice that we will meet fort be par pose of examining and allowing sud claims at tbe dwelling house ol tbe widow tliry Coodon, on tbe second Saturdays in Hay and lelrnary ArD. 186Z, from 11 o'clock A. M-, nntil 4 o'elsck. F. M . each of said days, and that six month fiom the 23d da- ef November, A. D. 1 Mil, is be time Smited by said court for taid creditors to present their cud claims so us ior examination ana allowance. DatedClarendon the 11th day of December. A. D . 1861. FRANKLIN BILLINGS, l-,. 51-3w THOMAS STKWAUD. j STATE OK YEEMOHT, iqiUE Hon. Probate jistnot ol Kuuand, ss. I x court ior tne oistriet of Rutland. To tbs leeatees and ell persons mterf sted in tkw estate of Moses Smith, late nt Kutlaod in said dis trict, deceased, tettate OKXBTISU . Bt the authority of tbe State of Vermont, y are hereby notified to appear before said court at tbe Probate Office in Ru(land, on the 1st Tuday ot Jannary, A. V. 1462, and show cause, if any you nave axainst tne alio wanoe oi ine account oi o phu Smitb, tbe ease utor of said deceased, and alsv as;insl tne aestriouiion vi ine esuiws 10 we perevus eautled thereto. Dated at Rutland this VAh day'ol December, A. D. XS1, 61-3W . jAJSJUi liuv atetraoer. TIIEandersijrnedhtvint been appointed by tb Hon. Forbate Court, for tbe District of Fairba- ven, Conunisdionera to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons 'against Daniel At water, late, of Wells in said District deceased, hereby eive notice that we wiM meet for the purpose el examiuing and allowing said claims at tbe late retideace of the deceased on tne 3d Tuesday in February next and on tbe 2d Tuesday is June next, from 9 o'clock, A. M-. until 4 o'clock each ot said days, and that tx months from tbe 3d aay or utc., a. u iwu is tne tune umiieo oy saia Csiurt for said creditors to present their said ciainui to nj for examination and allowance. Dated at Wells. Vt . tbeftb day of Decemtwr. A. D., 161. ALA)AV aiTM. 1 n 50-8w AHA8A li. LKWIS. COSimiMIIO.IERJI NOTICE. THE undersigned having bicn appointed by tbe Uon.Probate Court, for thefjurtnet of Fairbaveo. Commissioners to reoeive. examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against Myrtle N Ketebam, late ot Benson, in said District deceas ed hereby give notice that we will meet for tbe pur pose of examining and allowing taid claims at tbe dwelling bouoe ot Reuben P. Baylis, in Benson, on Tbursdaj, the 23th day of February next, from nms o'clock, A. M. until three o'clock, P. M. of said day, and that six months from the 18th day ol October. A. D.. Ls-Jl. is tbe time limited bv aid Court for said creditor to preent 'heir claims tons tor examination and allowance Benson. I!rember Pith, 11 LlANIr.L CKOrOOi. i. JAM r- U OLKAboN I Coin r STATE OF VERMONT, I 'P H E Hon Probate Diotrict of Rutland s 1 Court for the District of Eetlaod. To all person interested in the estate of Deming Gorham. late of Pittrtord. in said district deceased. ORxmsa By tbe authority of tbe State of Vermont, you are hereby notified to appear before said court at tbe Probate office in Kutiand- on the "t Tuesday of January A. D. 132. to show cause if any you have, against' the probate and allowance of an instrument in writing cued ISHb Octtbr. A. D. lufil.and pur porting to 1 tbe last will and testament of ai de ceased Dated at Kut'.acd. -hi vi lay ot December. A D 11 43-3w A !.. BKOWN. Judge M A I K OF KHM Dltnct of Hum ot HuDaLd ' ' H E 11"" on I rooat I Or . ' LTl-iriCl To ail er-ou- jf.'.-'ei ;ri e-tte o 'hn cey S Main a'e oi Ku:,. . -j, -aid di-'rict, de ceased . tj K K KT: M Hi ft.e auThorit;. ot the Mate o; Vermont. o'i are berehy notiije.J to t jar t,eiore .aid court at the otfiCe,f tl.e vj jtfe n: .ml rourt in raid Ku'Und. ou the tlrt I uedy. being the Tth day of January, 'hen and there to le heir.! if you -e cause on The peti tion of Kdwm L. lortrr, admini. jutor ot raid es tate, re'juestius.' .ai l court to allow l ira a econd year to disjr-e of ep.tat py the debts- ol -aid deceeif and render an aecouul of hi" administra tion of said eptat-. Oivii at Kut hiol in id di-tric. thi- 2rth day f No. ember. A ! WJ W St II EN It Y HALL Kegi-fer H E 1 ourt In- net ot l:ut;n : ior the Di'tnct ot H.jt.iir.,1. 1 all j-r-oii- interested in theest.fot Hiram t 'oi.i.'o r ite ot Dnb) . in -aid di-tnct deceased in testate OkkkTISO: By the authority ot the State d Vermont, yooare hereby uotind to appear before said court at tbe office ot the Judge ot -aid court io Kutlanl in said district on the fourth Tuesday, being the i4tb day of Decernler next, then and there to be heard it you see cause on the petition ot Nichola- l ook Jr . ai-uiini-'riiior of -aid ette. rejuestmz -.aid court to allow hi ui a second ear in addition to tne time heretofore allowed turn di-po-e ot anl eta pay tbe debu ol said decea-ed and render an c count of bis admmu-tration ol said e-tate tiiven at Hutiand. in -aid district, thi'th dsyof November. A. D 1",1. 49 3 Hf-NKV HALL. Kv'i-ter ftlAIE Ol VERMONT .i 'I' H K Hon Pi District of Hiitisnd I I Court for the I I'robate istnct Of KutUnd lo all p-r-on- m'ere-te ! in Taroell. !a-e ! Mom,- Ho! e.tte oi Luther -i l u-tnet d- ceased, inte-ta'e tiuarriM : By the aufliorit;. ot he iat- i.i V.-riuont. u ar hereby notit.ed-o np;.ea.- lie ore -t i oojrt at he oi fice ot the J j It'- ot aid court in -si 1 Rut an J on the third T ue-day being the Kill oay of December next, then and there to he heard if yoa ee cause on the eiaminatiou lor allowance of the acceunt ol Ethan Priest administra'or ot said e.tan. and as to decrers ot sid t.tate to the prons eutitied thereto lii'en at Rutland in said district, this 2tli dai of November, lsl. 4S(-3w HENRY HALL, Rcgmter. STAIE OF VKRMONI I'll 11 K Hon PrcUte District ot Fairbareo - I I ot kairbaven. court for the district To all person- inten-teJ in the e-tat? of Alfred Ward, late of Poultney. iu said di-trut deceased, .set ate. OllKETIM By tbe authority ot the Mat - of Vermont you are hereby notified to appear before said court at the Probite office in (.a--let on. in said di-trict. on the 27thdyot December, in-t.. then and there to be beard it you see cause ou the examination for al lowance of the account of the executors ot the list will and testament of said deceed. and also as to all decree" ot -aid e-la'e the ui-rsoue entitled thereto. tiiven at Ca-tleton. in said li.-'iict. this it h day of December. A D Wil A WARNER. JuJite STATE r Eli yt OUT. UtTTLAND. PS. BI--NOMA BLOSSOM. J ,u 0hancery ROBERT REED S September Term 1S6I. Whebkas. Benonia Blossom of 1'awlet, la tje county of Rutland, has entered in court here, his petition, Sbkwim. that Robert ReeJ. ot tbe City and State ot New Yor , on the first day of August 1S0O. mortiraged to the Petitioner, certain land sit uated in Wells and Pawlet in said county, described as follows, viz: bounded on the West and North by land of Benonia Blossom, on the East by lands of James Norton, (lately owned by William Goodrich.) and by lands of Josiah Tobey. on tbe South bv the highway, leading from Granville past Josiah Tobey ' dwelling house; containing one hundred and ten atresol land.be the same more or less; being the premise- oeeded. ' ''leraine date, by the said Illoe aom and wile te sa.u keed. except tbe equal one half part of the slate rock, quarries and privileges as reserved in the deed ofC S. Bardwell and wife to tbe said Blossom; with condition for tbe redemp tion ot tbe same on payment of certain notee therein mentioned. And Prati that tbe said Defendant may be foreclosed of his equity ot redemption in the same. Tbe said Robert Reed, defendant, residieg withont this State, so that a subpoena cannot be served upon him : It is Ordered, that be be required to appear on tbe first day of tbe nest stated term of said court, to be held at Rutland within and lor the county of Rutland aforesaid, and make answer thereto, and for that purpose tbe complainant shall cause to be pub lished in tbe Rutland Herald, printed at Rutland, the ubstance of said petition, with this order, three weeks auceessively, the last ot which to be at ieait twenty days previous to the commencement oi said term, which shall be deemed sufficient notice. Dated at Rutland this 13tb day of December, A. O. 1861 F. W. HOPKINS, Clerk FATBTPOTTBJt, Solicitor. U-3w PnOBATE C0VRT. THE Probate Conrt lor tbe District at Rutland for the ensuing year, will beholden at tbs olhoe in the Rutland 8avingi Bank, ia Rutland, on th first and tlurd Tweedayi ol each naewssa, saaept ! first Tuesday, ef Marc. "dAW. J.-re. RjttlniJ. Dec S, IMF '