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H fs it fr (? it. A Cvb'i j S' j a Pari fr t sttdnrjf jrm"ttf 'tl o lf ir4-- fc,;k out a 117.179 fr. mUo jru.; In !''; tr.o'. tLi ' i huod-f J r. t:bti two SiBLi, rtil y-iwoo bto ioli.e .ft i.l id Jo"-i. I Tit N Yo k '.,' .y n ! ilrktlUt il aratp!i about -jJ mn!j re tl ,!. At:im- rabte OMt t Pf, Hi.l it many wiles j -j 5y 1 ,ul." j l ie ILn 7iWi. it refie-l.u'g ! 10 tec, bat now a trrc;.o-.dent in this, COOOtry M(. Jciiiii. win. hat 1 ? !Mlvf to wr.ie 'l tt.u at they are! i,J jrttc.l limn w,ib (ruth and fair r .. Tl. Anli-SiiHfrg SiaaJurJ, whieb l.t adopted U p-.Ucy of attracting attention. Iy U.n,; exceedingly -tratsgat t and lkJfv, cal f upon Con gren la impeach .'resident Johnson fur li i rtc-.i rui wn policy. "One of our woilhy St-natois," sayt a NasbvUlc p;r, "was adacked by iU udewaik of Cherry street last n-.ght, ai.J driven io aduvrticp, where lie tat unul a Lie hour, waiting fur tho pateoitni to recover equilib rium." 'I he Ioui Xt Journal tp akt of lli abductioii of Sanders at petty lar ceny. The Maine Democracy cndoise the Administration of 1'iendetil Johnson. The d-.mocrat ot Ohio Lave pronounc ed against it. A wealthy c.!J man jutt deceased in l'aris, left one hundred thousand franca to a young man who politely gave up hit teal to him one night at I he crowded opera. There are five persons in the Brook lyn almshouse who became insane from flight j one of them owing bin fright and insanity (o the New Voik riois in 18C1. Col. Lorenzo II. Whitney, who Commanded a one bundled days lllin oil regiment, and hut tince written a l.'utory of the Rebellion, hug been ar retted for seducing a. soldier's wife at Dixon, Illinois. A monument is to be elected at I.aiweiicc, Kansas, to the one hund red and fifty victims of Cd,uanireli's mascte. bixty-nine of them lie in one trench. Next weik an attempt will bo made to reach the sunken ttexmer l'ewubic, ty the mentis of diving belln. The object is to Keure the immeiise atuoutit oft'eft'turti in the safe, mid any bodies that my t till remain in the w reck. Col. S. M. MiC'besney, formerly commander of the First North Chto lina(loyal) regiment, tlied Hi Iiemilort, latt week, lie eitlipti d in a Hro.k l)n regiment at the commencement of the wur as a private. A Germiin p:iper is of opinion that the hanging ot Mitt. Nun Hit iscotiph iuri,try to lliu hex, ns it is u r- cont lUiti ol the iepoiiiliiiity of wurnen. ' Old Joe Itniwii," i'X-rteln-1 Gover nor of Georgia, U vigorou'ly CMiivitss ig that Slate in lav. r of the C.itli tut oiial ameudmeiit abolishing Slaw- Iicnny Eyler, agad eighty-five, and Anna Gray, aged sevei.ty-flve, nmr ricd and set up houM-kee;ing in Xe tiia, Ohio, It-1 wick, litnny is a nm-rulnr Kplitter of mils, ayid Anna rides on liorieback with tingul.tr ease and grace. Two fellows at Fort Edward, N. Y., who loved the same girl, took a drink together the other night, proposing to drown their, rivalry ; but there was poison in the cup, and the poor girl now finds one lover dvingand the oth er one waiting to be hung. A lady with nn immense waterfall was the object of much attention in New York the other day. Presently along came a careless painter with a ladder on his shoulder, and in turning a corner th ladder came in contact with the waterfall and out roiled the following articles : Two curled hair puflV, one pieco mourning cotje, two pincuthions and one black Mocking The painter ran and the female dodg ed into a store. Di.-hop Elliott of Georgia has writ ten a letter on the re-union of the Epis copal Church, North and Soutb. Be fore such re union takes pi we, he wants the consecration of the new bihops, Wilmer and Lacy, recogniz ed, as well as the action of the Souih ern Church in making Arkanms a di ocee. 15 it he is especially soiicitou that the tnerj'ory of "our beloved IJislitp IV.k" should be guarded from reproach; Kentucky hat fumi-Led to the Un km armies more than twenty thou sand !alwart men who wear" the hadowed livry of the burning sun." They are nil rrtaint-d in service, and comprise thirteen regiments, eight ol which have been ordered to Texa. It is officially climated that th lais ing of thee colored troops ha set free over a hundred thousand rUves. When Gen. Grant was in Mot.tr al, Admiral Hope of the Ilntih navy,! with three fleet officer, in all thr v.- j rj of lce and blillion, drove around to see Lim. 'liny found a pU n man in linen wrapper and carpel ttippr tm king a ctar. The Aiii.alex ! pree4 surpiiM; at thi Ia,k ii o-len- j tatKtn.but l. -i. d-d to follow tl.e t; n s er;l' fre-at d e.y exan p. l) g-t-; tin t iniM.'t iioo an unlrrr uoiloun ar. 1 be hind ac gar a kkmi --itlr. Il i tujtrd ili.l tlie Atlantic ca-j lle urght ttv txrtl laid, il it h-ol j b-in pa d Mdt ours d"Z-tt mel c ; lift b- at. UiaeJ in iinr U i. i.J U-j Ijrat E-et.i, thr o!j!- anj j twB ro In at ttf t. a'-d ttrns -1 ; ch b At. ile b-' ji.i l ija t.V Biiicr any circoso-' e-, t.i'e l iri tavjay &ulJ p'eveiit ay ! e.ivy j sf rao Djoe tbt t : THE JOUHNAL. - Trrsi t i at ST t iu w 'V " ' " - : UNION NOMINATION St.ti li lit t- C-t.tt : rl S. I IU1M.HA f UisuMit Mf : A Hi. A II lU ft OALOiiLK. j'ii t rst.i s tr ittn. SI; 1 UU l ' 1. k. l WWferi, la t ' tin V I XfUMl : DktXtV MY 11 ar.,r.t. , Ut biKliLU'U 4 Ifit. uiMn. rxtwhu. rfi!tw Tur M b Bit .: J A VI I. U W " ALU t rJrt, . I" J ii t prtfWt : IttOV A IIITl.. S lUnMit. tl-rUt LUA It b L fctoN. lur HivlrtJt L i rut li.Kil t Ti.y. !n.lr S:b. The oniliiif I'ic s iioii. On the filth of September occurs the election of State and County offi cers and town representatives. It is always important that good men should be tent ta the Lcgulature, and this duty, if nothing more, should bring every voter to the polls. Hut the people of (hi State an too apt to under estimate the importance of the Siate election. It is the result of this election which determines the po litical position of the Stulc, and exerts its influence upon the councils of the nation. A large Union majority in Vermont ma not be of such vital im poitance as it was last year ; but the work of reconstruction ia hardly less important and arduous than the wuik of crushing the rebellion, and the in fluence of tl.e State should bo felt-up-on (his question as upon the other. The resolutions ol'tliu Union Conven tion pledge a hearty support to the administration Ol Andrew Johnson, and the larger the union majority the more cHcc-iive will be the support of the Government. Gciienil Grsint t Home. A few years Hg., there lived in Ga lena, Illinois, a tetired army captain, who assisted his father in the leather buainess, and lived on a i-alary ol $10 per month, il is manner of lile was very plain, and his circle of acquaint ano s limited. He was rather unlor na:e in his buMites tttTiiis, and u no! considered exactly ine man to rise in the Kor.d. His in. inner w.o- ulwas thoughtful, hi d In- si-eni d umre given to i' nVciion titan to uctioit. At Hie In ruling out of II. war he lai.-tda company ; but through thr inteices sion ut the membt r of Congies from hi District he received a higher ap pointment, and lor lh field at the head of a rrgiment. Such waa the departure of Lt-Gcn. Grant from Galena, some over four years ago. A few days since he re turned to his former home, after la bors and tiiu.nphs such as few in n have accompli.-hed. He passed through crowded streets under trium phal niches to a house which his for mer neighbors Jiad purchased and fur nUhed for the use of their distinguish ed townsman. From the elevated grounds of bis beautiful home, the greatest of living generals can look down upon the s'reets whereifivcyearg itgri, he pursued his humble calling, without fume and without ambition. Having sought renown only as it was to be found in the path of duty, be is now permitted to look back upon a public career untarnished with a sin gle crime. Of the history of his ob scura life in Galena, but little may be knoun ; but his hi-toiy since then is the history of the salvation of his coun try, and of the greatest war of the century. Trisil tf rapt. Win. The long de layed tiial of the keep er of the Andersonville prison is in progress, and sworn statements of the hortildt details which have so long s'nkened the country are now on rec ord. Whatever may be the bearing of the evidence upon the responsibili ty of the prisoner on trial, it leaves no doubt t to the responsibility ot the prisoner at Forfest Monroe. The condition ol things at Anderson ville w as not of a nature to escape the eye of a vf lant government. Tlie physicians of the prison testify that seveuty-fhe er rent, ol ilmie who died mihtbave been navel by pioper ci-. Kepjtts ol the needs of be prisoners were sent up 10 the nuihori but were not hn-J. d. The oouit Ity ii.n. iirvr douba-d that Hit h r toipf AriJ-r-oilwiiu r-uli-i liom u normic l.lMll 'il llii- JklCIIHiOll'J au lioiii etio tour. I' r tin- L oioii oiiv' o ,ri ; ViJ In n tlie iccvrd 0! ila tiut u b.re tlie w.ld, tht-rtt will U i.o rooia f..r doubt ct tb par t of any petij.e. llrmorrarjr. l he Demo- rats ot M ine have had llitir COnVrl.tHJ 1 alid mada their LOtO' ! matuiit. ll.nr r.M ilion . ...JtfM: tbt admtoittra'iofl of Af'd'ew Job n-' ' Kn.a' prove the war policy of hi pr.d j ' t A. i.r,A it,- rioY.l of lb ! r Ty,n w . .' . - v. . j F.ds-ral Govtrnm.r.t to iror-anite : t r i! S ales. Their nomine"- ' oo, I i e.m.f ! ro the T,es of th- p. ople j fwr lb reaon that lr lts alway bo. n -.plof!tr of the LotoO. ! Tht Ormwtt ot UUiJ have 'o ! .... I had thrir ciiiivriitiuii. In Uitir tit-w jthtf p..! icy ol tl. recr.l adwinUtra- j(ll,n i. at. oniric upon human ri,ht, 5 j l,a a ri-bl to t o .tiol its evi f y State I o n fla.r, and t ceJ it it d i ' ihr war l.a fi!e. toJetrrmine any-! lihiB. ai d another rle .i-. ...tu.ll..... i. iiivi hnd. Upon thi" plalftrm Al Xam'cr Lorg, who tieaMjiia'de tend-ncu-s weie so utuniftakable that many of his 0 II pol.tical associates 0!td to ex- i tl him Irom Connie, cla.m the t-ii i, ,f rTo.V f.,r i L oiffe i, r I. i Here is ome;hing of a ditfc.rence( and one party or the other is evident ly in the wrong. It the Mine Dem ocrats are riht, then the Democratic party hs beeu lamentably wrong the past four years. If (he Ohio Democrat are right, then the Maine Convention ought lo have given it adherence to Jefferson Dav is rather than lo Andrew Johnson. The Dein ocrttic party of the present dny ap pears very much like a house divided against itself. llrprcaciitatioii in 'ougics. General Schenk, of Ohio, recently made an important speech.in which he pledged himself to propose in the next sestsion of Congress, an amend ment lo the Contiiuiion so that he le afier representation shall be I'o.inded upon voters, and not upon population. The speaker look a careful view of his subject, and proved from stait c the expediency of thfi proposed clninge. Uy the census of 18C(),Ala bnrna had a population lOd.000 h than Maine, and under tlie three-filths rule she had seven representatives to five froai Maine. South Carolina, by reason of the large number of her slaves had six representives while Vermont, with a greater free white population, had but three. Pennsyl vania had a population of 2.849.2GC. and was allowed twenty-four repre sentatives; 'wtiiln Noi-ih Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia. Al.ihama, Florid i, Mississippi, and Louisiana, with au aggregate free popuhilini 10, 000 less than Pennsylvania alone, were allowed thirty-nine re( resenta ii.es being fifteen more than (he s.'iite population in a fre St.ite. Now if (ha Colistitu ion rlamls UliclialigcU. and sluver i- extinguished, the oilier two-lil'llis will he icpieseined, l.oOii, 2 1 2 unite will be icprc-eu ed, and ilio South will have tio adviint.ige ! lour Icenmore voles in Congrcea limn fhe hu-v hllin l lo ll.nl. '1 he set ell Muus mentioned in connection witli l'cnn.-yi-vaniH would h:te litiy Votes in Coti giess, while Pennsylvania wit It tne euuie Voting popuiution would have but twenty-lour. If Mr. Schenck's pro posed amendment is carried, the Soul It will have tht; inducement of an in creased representation to educate and enfranchise the blacks. New Publications. Tu Atlantic Moxtult for Septe-ubcr bat tbe fuil owing contents: Coupon Uoiiilt; Wilbelui Meister's Apprenticeebip; Milight; Netdlt and Garden, IX; Scientific Farming; Doctor Julias, via; Natural History of thu Peacock', Up tbt St. Johns' Kiver; A New Art Critic; Ibe Luck of Abel Stead man; At liny KiJge, LongloliuJ; Kanoing at the Heads; Tbt Chimney Corner, ix; A Visit to tht dgeworths; On a Pair of Old Shoes; Ode recite! at tbe Harvard Commemoration ; Our Future Militia Syakm. Haetlk's Magaxiks A.r Septeuiler bus contents as follows: September; A Trip to llod.e liluff and the le i Sea uf the West; Luvt in a llonpitul; Mist Pink's First Sea tou; Nig!irii in rpring; Social Life lit Chi na; Tout Mallroy's Iieveuoe; Aijaeeliini.i; The Pond LIuue; Milfort; Ariuadiile; Tbt ileimsmaD ; Street EiJucaiioa ; M trguret Dr,on; Hiiiiuh Kmilliorn't Seet-lleari ; Our Mutual friend; Recollections of au old Fogy. Ova Yocno Foutsf rSepteoitier contains among others the following articles: The Lights on the Bridge; Margery Grey, a Lt geoii of Veruioui; Hit Cloud with the Sil ver Lining; Among tht Studies; 8iart at Bed -Time; Tbt Boy of CbanoelforTille. Cut Diascroai or BtauscToa. We art indebted to IliraiB S, Hart, tbt publish er, for t eopy of tht City Directory of Bur lioffloii. . pATSKHOt'e MaoaSisb for Septeaiber eon- j . - - ... - 1 eicelieul steel erigraving, and the j oioo ola.ei aud hierary ariides I j Uitlt SB usual faslllon Aatuca't Macaiiss for Septtmber coo- : taib a frcunspteet uled Hit 'Tbe New Boy t i.b.ou,. exwlieot tioiif, and tbe usual ' CJ itVltai at uv'l JUtajT. PTtATTCis k Hot T, the preprie- tort of the Conimtrc ul College at Burlington, j bavt our thanks for a copy uf the "rvcl i 11. vi ut lba Second Anuual Couvrnl'.ufi of hr,ul. S.ralGU k Co, tultruat nal Com- , tt.trcul.uJ Uat-iicsttVlitgt Aoci.t0 " Their pree. ,rs ruuuibg night j and Jay to 9 I their uidi it. See advertise A PiSfiCT i(l "By rrftreuce to ! '':t't 10 auotber colun.o of Aguls Wstited car dvitiiog euluaui.s, il would appe ! Miss Ldiuvnia Lwu, ibe coiorel tculpujr, tbal lbs foict ui this foiiii ar figs' bad Urea tr-m U.c;un. ad, Virginia, 1 .11 take priwgt resist-. A brick undone h jat U-en 01- 00 tbe s tamer vf the t'.Hb, from thitcl'y, seijie-J, wticb priiuiwt gtat ixoriienc of ud puooeed to Fluicutt, -I tn!y, whtre the cta.ity wi h wouderful upiii y tf pro ue- will Ut to Irr tht iutructkiu c-f eompetent j, t oomaitud tat iavtuocato tbt Oi vot ef ttr brrk-,Bkiii I.OCAl. IM KIXKi M c 1C 1U frtk Aaaaal U--rm Esaibirta b! ' - ' -' - to U WU at twa i gu-a Sf! fca aJ vh 'tr.J gfUlWBH-B !nm N.w !,, i t ro ia r it ta t it bituo,ca mJ b hhro . Im aa I ha grvaaJs. Prrwuaw , ' to tbt teal tf f.W 't ofiertJ. The tm'rs cf fbipaua l. St at Wi:'mKfuTj, b a Mjin Fe'ttl cn' ,iie 5, t ,.b all Sl-M art eor4.t!y M iu t w,;l firm at tbt M .fenic U'. to I proctrd to tbt j fit u ii' n III iib iinr-i v'ii iitii' i i: W C K A J.nnrr at t . lljttl : Ia!'n ia aa al .irt frtim Henry ,c . , ; t . . . ...... I,.. r.rnu..n. n I a Lv lu luctr.fl.ut J A eorpurnlioo with ll tmut cf '.' C tiir'cti and IljtUinl Rilrutil t'on.pinj" In been farmed by the first mwtgigt U-ti l- ' j,r) , f (,e W,,tfiu Vtrutotit ICtliroa.l, jaJ Ihi.r articles it aocUtk.a ht teu tied wall the Secret ny nf 6it and in the .ilkt-i.f lit Ceunty Cit'kt (if RutUo I and i bied w .ill the Secret ny nf 6i t and in the icu miigtun v uuiinn. Tbt llib anuUrrt.irf uf tbe Vtrmout and Sbaftsbury lta,l n Atsuciitiiun will bt beld at haftsl'Ury Aug. SOauJSlst Tlivattiiu.il seruitu will be dt-lircreJ by Uet. W. 8. A p. aey.of ItctiDiugton. The circular letter wi I It presented by lUf. C. A. llmniii, I. 1., bf lirauduii. Tht Mbbiith fluml dUTenliiiil coniiecteJ with this associaliun is to be held at the saiut place, Aug. U'Jtli. licv. Wm. LeJard Pliner, uf Puultney, is tht p ranch -er of tht annua! sertnou. George Howard, John Gitisoa and Oru liitiu.in of Londonderry, hilt in a high tutc of tpiriluul" excileuient, met James II. Tufis, of Jatintici, iu the highway la'jr Hawjonvilie. in Jn.iutn, in tie f'Jlb iiist., and utiackei In in and it at hiui sitb stones, pitched li i in over tht fince and down a buuk i-critchni j und liruising hint geutrallv. Die following iep it uf the pueedings at the Lieinicr.itic County Convention Wua not received in -lime fir public ition Li-. I wtvk ' LttaocSAllC Cuuntt CosTsMtoM lim dinocr.its of lieiniiiigiou County assembled in convention at Arliiipton, Auf. lbtli.lbtiO. 'lhe Uieetii.g was culled to order by G. II. Simmons, chuirumn of the County Commit tee, who read the call for the convention, and on motion the following were clioseu (er m.inciit officers of the Convention : For President, Samuel Ames; V. Pres., Barber Thompson, Geo, Jinks; Secietary, G. II. Simmons; Ji P: YouleD, Assist. Secretary, Ou motion a nominating committee of two was chosen from the delegate of each town, consisting an follows: N. F. Barney, G.M. Vaughn, A rliugtou; G. II. Snuiuoiis, iten uingtoii; B.tiber Thompson, C. A. Paddock, Powuiil j 1. W. Gleasoti, Amos Aldiich, Woodford; Peleg A. Mattison, tticlmrd M.it tison, Sk.iftsbury; B. F. .MoLauyhliu, May li a U Knights, Suuderland; W. 11. Behte, G. W. Farwell, Dorset; E. A. Briggs, Seurs burjjli; Geo. Jeuks, G C. Le, ch, Hupeit; Solou'oii Uentley.S. P. Meeker, Manchester; A. P. Graham James Smith, W'inhall. On motion the Chuir sppolule I thu following persons a Committee ou Resolutions: Solo mon Bt-ntiey, A. P. Graham, J. P. Youleu, G. B. li icin, Amos Aldiich, D. C. Wine- look. Voted to ailjoui'D 'til 124 o'clock. AITKIIMION SKSSKIN. The coiiventitn ai-siuiUled at tbe time ap pointed, 'the coinuiittte 011 nouiiuations mude the following report which was lalilivd uud uiadu uiniiiiiiious l.y the convention ; Fur Senators, Solomon Bent ley, C A. Pad dock ; for Assist. Judges, Goo. Junks, Steph en Gleaaou; for Sun ill", G. C Leach; lor State's Attorney, Akx.M. Iluliug; for High Bail 1 IV, Peleg A. Mattison; for Judges of Pro bale, M. B Roberts, Tarrant Sibley. Tlie Committee on Uetolutious presented the fol lowing which were adopted: Retuhed, That lhe United Slates limdj tliut are not sulgecl to luxation by the pres ent laws ol the land iu our estimation shou d he taxed on their incomes ; therefore we would request the Legislature of Vermout to tax the income of all U Bouds held in the State, at lhe next session of the Legislature. Heulced, Tbnl we will support the Stale officers uoiniuatcJ ut tht late Democratic Convention held at Burlington, and that we endorse tht resolutions as passed at that Convention. Kewlved, That we cordially endorss the nominations this day isade, and wt will en deavor to elect the candidates put in nomi nal ion. Jienolced, That the Secretary request the proceed 1 11 jj,t ot this Convention he punlished in tlie.lgbi if V air tat, HutU ad Cornier, Buiiinlun Scnlmel iuid MaschlsTis Julu.val. 0 C. Leach presentt-l the following reso lution, wll'cll W is aJopled : Hfiuh td, 'J hat 1 lit d. niocraey of Beu niugtou tuumy will iivt aiipporl any man lurtltioe that in nut in liv. rof taxing the income 011 the U S Bunds. G. .. Simmons, J. P louien and D. C. W l,te lock were e.eoied County Committee for the year ensuing. Voted to a ljoui n. U.o il aixMoxi, ec'y. ' J P. ioLLtv, Aunt. Oicy. Soa KTlilKQ Jn'SW. t tall KttelltioD lu the advertisement of the Duplex Lllipiicor double Spring r'kht. Though a recent fn vrulion, it hut become very popular, nod is rapidljr obtaining tbe preference over other kiuds in use. Tbe ruda 111 it art compose 1 eacb of two telicate and well-tempered strel tprint, which art lugeuiouslji bril.J to gether e-de to edge, tlie lower rods heavier, ud bun g a duuole Covt-rm Una pecu liarity of cointt ruction imLn tins t-kirt ti strung and durable, aud alu u exoeeiiftiy ! flexible llmt It rMjIilv .liif l.acir tu I ufiu of the wearer, nuJ .tlo of auy amount lorm 01 me vvarer, ana no 01 au nmoum . ol vioubling nd crushing without injury '0 , " ut- ''t afcirta art unqueetioiiaiily the bglilew, uiusi dvnirahle.coiiilortabltand j hmjUuuiicm1 eer ttiJe. llitae art advanu-1 ge which la.ties, who have expenenctd the j u'eoo,ion and i,,cooveuK-u ftbrtLatS. miA tlUiV ( titfftMl. A GkKAT Meets .Tbe Americaa Pub- I btbing Company. of lUitford, Ci.. have sold , ! I a ! uf Albert D Uiehardsoii's book, enti ied ; Julni-011 s paruon ; iiniwimi m Tbt fu-'d. .lrflinnrfon.and tbe Lsciw." ! ' pmptlty he had ill this country he 0 " "rl ' Wf ' " till ; rnastets. fyit b Len i..cb:ij f r 1 tic-t put ia K-.vrnl gTATC ITEMS. A trM, tti'Va tr A. J. CrfWl, , t.h(i a at tbt 1. .8. np.iat i Br.tt . br. ttn.iinht Ufk J f'mtl ta tbt ,..,).! f .stan froas w)th ft ila, afUr aa j .Ue.o. a wk It Un m.ra. ef h.rj l a.. lat tbt Cbaplaia thinks brct.f f.r-j tiin.t ia grtl .ng it g'B tn utiJr ttich j i c rcuaitIKM, S h bt l i t 17 j .'lb,ft -.... ,),, U.t ,r .nJ a h.lf-tU i . .. . . . . , . f ! p.nnv !.tii ! Il,jiiu! ( Montptlitr, at-w co- mint aliut l'XJ iliruti, Tht I'vut of f.i ' ''"'I' '-"'' reaHiut: tliloi hick n-cii: E iiloi Sick ii itiier pi tlnr- uti from f'erice. luil nurnnl. ?ut. ! iKtil Here , W( !, uii lonliiid tiial tic ! Gmer! limp tI at Dt.irlii-U.fi. bus leo i brwktn up an I ibt p itu i.i, some In cum . Ur, lriiislerit-1 to u llu-pil.il. Sutjt vil E. f. l'liflp, fur.nffty in ; shure i.f ilic I'n ted Si.itct II, ftl in Dut- tletiwru, bus relumed to Windor, bis fow nn-r resl Unce, lit has lesijiied bis pt: lion in lhe public srrtict ar, J returut to tbt practice vf hit profrttion. the 11 Vermont Cavalry was niuMci. el out of the United Slates service Wtlntt day afternoon, by Lieut. Datidnou. Ibe regiment numbered Ti cfikeit and 406 turn. Norwich I'uivtrsily hi furnithe.1 to tbe army during the war two hundred and fifty ofiictrs, il , flvt Bnijiir enenils, six brigadier grueralt, twenty-five colonels, forty field uflieers, fifty-fivt cnptaitis, nn-l tht remainder of t lie number aa lieutenants. Two ladies by the n-inie ofSirgcnt, liv ing in Ludlow, had their clothes stoltu Irom the lines on Monday night, ihe 1-fth int to the amount of about twenty dol ars worth. No truce bin yet been found either of the rogues, or their plunder, But one death occurred in Wilimingn.n during a per od of over four months, or mice April Int. It has heeu nn almo-t un exampled period of health the past teasou. (rums. Ii is now known that A. P. Stone of Co lumbus, Ohio, who bus fille-L tbt potitioiit of C01 gressumn, Treasurer of the Slate and revenue collector of a large district, was a defaulter in a very large tuin, nod closed his career by suicide, fit was appointed by Gov. Chase to lake charge of the Treas ury of Ohio when tbe Bresliu-Gibton de falcations were discovered. lit "as form ly a prominent merchant of Columbus, was a church member and enjoyed a high repu tation for integrity. It appears that be bad gradually become addicted to liquor and curd-playing, gut embairasaed, and Bnally desperate under a sense of his inability to escape the coil.which druiikeuncss and gam bling had wound about hiui. Ou Motidny night, the 81st of July, Mr. Stone made a lart ctt'ort to retrieve bis fortunes at the gam bling' table. He spent the entire night in guinbl ng bouse in Coluiuhut, and lost about three thousand dollars. Iu the morning lit took poison, which threw him into a stupor. While in this condition, he yisi ed a busi. nest establishment iu which be bad no in terest, uud uferwards a graveyard, where he had two childi eu buried, fioui which be was tukin by his friends, uud died the next d iy. Friday evoniug the body of a young woman, shout eighteen j ears of ng, w as found iu the Mohawk river, about uii-lwav between Cainijohaiie und Fort Oleuu. A log was laying across her limbs just above the knees, the balance of the lower portion of hi r limbs being covered with saud. The body was very niach decomosed, and with theexcepliou of a pair uf gaitoi s 011 her icct, entirely nude. Her skuil was fiaotured from a point over her right eye, extending to the lower lip uf her right ear. Her right hand wag sept-rated from her body, hijiig about ten feet from' it. The gutter weie morocco, tipped with leather. Au inquest was held and a post mortem examination. The jury decided she cams to her death by violence. It is not known who she was, and the whole affair is wrapped in mystery. The I' ody bad been for a long time iu the water. The first con Niction for inaidir uuder the new state of affairs in North Carolina, has jusl occurred at Salisbury. A yuuny wo'muu of the aristocracy. Temperance Nee. Iy, was flogging a i.egro child, when iu mothei , a free I wotu an, Galena, came up, pushed Miss Ntely awav, look the child, und was walking off with ii, when Temper ance dtew a pistol, and slut her dead. L'u der tbe old rule, us tbe act Was seen by nonebnt negroes, theie could have beeu no triaK But Geu. Scholield ordered the Cise before a military commission, und it baa convicted Misa Neely of murder. Much ex- cileiuent has teen caused I y this event, and gieat eageruest it rbowir lo know whether the picscrihed punishment will be inflicted. A coluied man recently usheJ bis wife into (be river at Sandwich, C. W., ami when she caught hold of a spilt to save her life, ben her unmercifully to make her let go. Aba lemuiued bleeding iu tbe water for some liiuo. but finally pot out alive, after ber busbaud had fled, supposing ber dead. lit has beta arrented. A slaughter almost too ruonsirnus for beinf was perpetrated receully ob lliefpan ish ship tl.itdee, iu tht Gulf uf Mexico, no rs ill hi eighteen passengeis taring iptiiia Itd in coll blood by n Freucb tailor, who had the is ance ut a Greek and au Dalian in hit butchery. A Spanish geullrmuii sad iu uulcliery . . . . . ' 0 ' a"" ' well at a large ti were among the tictims.ua large number cf young cbildieu. A I'KKm.ST Kt.Ht L. The Wash- siug.e ; mgtiiii hrpulAtcan says: l.a: eve ! riin', Gelieil Juhil Karly was seen on 1'eiinsy Ivania avenue, boasting that he would never get down so low as to I 1 t t .1.1 i . t . . 1 1 . ... 1 tl :.! 1 . tin. 1,1 i-ae sou 10 neii k 1111 11 , in n he had enougii lit Kurole, beyond Juhn-on s reacti, to supoort lum 111 t av. &;c, ' A biit f rci-idencc in Fortt Lafayette would improve Jubal's trian-j t.trs. j Tb'.r wn t.rihf r and t e rt the ul leM j liot twet y years of age bow I t si-lt ly Slit IB a iavrJot iiar .fcrisi!it. M l., 11 uf wlitu di uf oiphiUnia. i- uioi tuim be dtrxntfi witbia Ibt past four , "Tni MtoMTt l't i v." A cr retw)i)d. tt wriili g fn.f) II unit illr , AU , gives the u.liowi. a ..mtm, d '' "i1,m e .rr, at ll-flalo, of the CU? lam tv, of wl.icl, C (,:. , , ' . , ju.'i; titJ not turni the qatHMi v.ty, Jr. is tl.e m.! pintrnrirnt n rm- j ler just now, It ilbif trsti vtry fjr ! ciblv the t f!.,ts i f se.t-s.o.i t 11 . 1 , ! I Lave ciTi'iotd Hi it 11 v m r iv in , 1... 1 . 1 1 ". , line, a l.nr and plraa.nt n.nd: ., rf .1 1. -1 ,t II r trout iMioi, 11, .s- i w 1 ,u 11 u-r . t 1:.,, 1 - i 1 1 ... .,.).. i ot livH. V . V , I. l.itlitT tin l o I , ..., -ii.'., 0.1. on r. . 1 Ih'..iii j t .- si.!i naiKe, In th- ve.roloor l.-.d JSCO. tl.fi""" v e-.. oS ........ tl.vs l ll.in.Mle. Al... we.,. l!l(."M'''-l- Jfthtpmpod f-..utm-rat. , t ;i .hev ,.,.t,-v.,l. v I f)"'" in ynnctt spiritual anil p,-sses.,d w..a.-,inl!,.M;.h..rar;ii,ll"k t'r.r,,',i A,,,l-r-" "' PJ iank. Vioke.is,, row,-,-.! j:'l'"'''e-"Wlir.MB. ,1,-ir i, .,,... w.il. A brother ..I l"'"'"""'f.'' dt Inti-i- L C. Jr. nt lha. t.mr .df d a j r M" work. t'"'1- hi re, m .l MV.,le, tl,.- warf.n'. f Cu" 11 iru uh m b aii that paid the black tl JJ ... tin- r,., .r,i. .. ' W"tT ',' ,r" ' I1 An.J' The fiiMi la rnt.th.,.,.. Hiv, o a i U ' ,b ,f,,ck f captive, n. cup,. d a .l.-i.. ,"r ln 1; '"" rfrm.d. and ,, ,., . 1 , 1 ,,,, ,,. en t rtamed the Court with tartoas its in ar the CUV. m il Inn. ' '111.-! 111 1 . . , , , . . .,,.,. ,, l 1 ... , 1 . ounutwiii oion the art of dtctittn (lie best sin-et, wi II s ock.-d 1 i'ti . 1; . 1 . . 1 . , . ... ; the eya by meant of manual dttltrt- work an I a ieneval pi'iiry. In.. , . ., .... 11 1 i'i). One or two otbtr itnttce wnli Id tuve nor lurd in In;'' n d , .. , , , , .1111 ,11 whom tin-'medium had at somt Itsnw cointol lul.u: nhl ma 's.uu n-st i-il .1 m n j , , , . , , ,, 1 , 1 1 1 r ether been n limaie, professionally ill a l.llld -Oapn (.'Hid It, 'Mi ll' 'III ; . 11 I. 1,1 . 1 t 1 . , lile sli.i le w ,s t .1 1 111 - lit'tl by ti if old lie. ., l o-e loli iL-e h ol lalb n 111 loi Iy i niiiiimns. 1 1 s pi i:iti i.s w-rc . t 1 I . ' snntlal tlmusa ..s In lMi.l,- 11 li .1 , , . ' lilts COIlie ou r I he spul. 111 our . ,, ...t , ilram 1 l. ...In,. 1- 1 m in.i . lit. iiirs.ii. a nr i-iiiM-r is a iiiuiM'! , , . , . . , 1 . : stricken leal.-r. Xn-an at ll.eliii' kl , ... . . , 1 1 door ol Lis ML'ed ii'i'i ilecii'iii! I. itlo r si ( i , lloU-H lor f.'llli I'U'll'l I I er V. C. is 11 liilie 1 m :. Ith I Veil bl.n k. r 111 in s h oi i'oilisi moll, delimit lit-a-un 1 1 ro opu-s . I'lu; i-iiiiii.-i t sue. 1 Ik il- t,, a genial, kind h at led ol 1 01.111. I 1 tt-i -i! in i) thu "r.iii', is i-oinpi-ll d in lease tu n enterpi i-in Y.mk- e Si ec u ator the. I t out or mum part uf hi i'w'i !lin lo ploC'ire im-iiis ol siiIl-.-I fiiee. lletlCf, whtlc the Ym bee I... Id l mulches in 11I his fn nl ilimr into his parlors and best iln.nihei In ilieiiin biynl dreams. 11ml r st. now thai Ibe ai f.ue's o'er, tin- ij 101nl.un mi. loci at must plod iirntiii'l lo tin- icir. Mod ihere eat the (cm) In end ol 111. id passion, with a consuic lieu weighed down with ieni ir-e. SUMMAIlT I'l NISHMI.N T UK ()t, l I.AWs AND AIl'ltUKRS.KS. A parly of outlaws known as Tom Clark s bund, whom even ihe; lute C'oofcih r iicy did 1. uMi cognize, and lor lhe nr rest if whose leader (Jen. Iloml oil' r eil h hiijie rewind (in rebel inniurj ) hist full, have I ilely been making hav oc in Northern Ala'niina. Tin;;, muile n decent upon tliu licti.-c of Jo'.ti. S. Wilson, nar Klor- nee, LI in hinibv roiiMi iiier in trder to x'ort inoncy, and linn killed tie it-i ol ihe hunilj, 111-clmli- g the ou rseer, his wi'e anil two d.iiihi. rs. A l.nl lulu t-.l Ft i-t r. es caped, ul'er hi in sot 1 1 1 ly w mimic I, by I'liiio ilc.iili. Tbe l'Yd.Mi! troops Miccei ded in capturing I wo men, who. upon In-ill li-Cioizi-il by yotin ros'er, wen:, shot. Tin: s..l diels coiililioili tin: ptu.suil, killing 1 t-ii mo c on their own . eciiiiianci-, MoiiK IkAII.Itu't) AtCIUKNTS. Acciih'iits 011 tin: 1 hi; road-, it a 1,0 h;u in to ray, ate to lowing 1 nch oilo 1 with I'.iilroad spied They iieinje now nboti two i-iicli .lay, involvino 11 loss of l ie mid li nil nhirli is p i-itiv.--Iy lcailui lo conl.iiiplile. i-ifrila. Iwn llilins Ui Ibe () I Cite . lt.iilioad. l'ennsy h niiiii-- a pa-ri tiger iitnl 11 tn i.bt trui'i ei.Miv into cd.isiiiii. ninl nine pi-r-iins w re iii.tnlly k. bed and I otn ten to ti i 1 en won .1. i. A 1 -cur-ion liiiin, hlh il tiiib n I.m il cd and liny n-s' itgi rs, on ine U d Cil 011 y If Hi Ii und, lietu Abinl'-i.. ins. rnti into n hand imi, mnl a- timun town 1111 ein'oi l,n ci I. llo .u-nal ti. S i'i ibis case Hi re, IoIIIJ t l-lj . Ilill great, but thil i nut due to I. c 11 niatiaeiiicot f Ho- romp -1 y. 'in- only pro'.M'l on .0- ill'- pnhl.c is ill I e verdicts uf colon- i jn ie ui 1 .. ,iv livity of proseciiiin ..liic-i'- I una strik.iif; exatiih' is mule u -otne railroad direcio . iniuoml ii!iibu ciiii only be HfC uiiiii-lie 1 nl li e nn. mil 1 risk ol l ie. llcrnLl. GkN. Lkk Il is now I 'l l'. .t Gen. L' ' oC' "ns a -III. i'i eiili.iy- ill Virginia, a d nf ivat it In u -liele hirui Hit .1 hi il tllT'lo. An Hi phi a ion liiisjieen ni ide i.y hiui tor I anion; but lh s'nti un it ..j-sulh .1 Unit In- would in-V 1 li 'ic honid at ed hi 1. sell so much, but lu He itillu- 1 nee ol lhe act 111 on " (-'ta.n joouj men, vl o oujjht to lal infl .ii'iiliai po sitioiis in their cooiiiry latlo-r 11 an .Xp ui.ile iheuiS' lviM. ' . . .. -.. f Tin- Chi uo Iitpublictin, spe.ikm of Geu. Lee, says: Thiue; is some- thing inleiisely ulliiig III lhe lacl llial the articles uf 1 onvt tu ion between hiui and (jen. Grant w.-reso loo-elv wold id MS to 1 fluid a loophole for ihe es cape of sm h ti traitor from the rluli li es of lhe Liw. Nothinj; could have been more uuloi lunale than this ch r- icul lap$u$. It imiiishes what would have liet-ll Ihe spoil. S (jlory Ol tin sum 1. der, on the pail of our grit Gei eral. A iutl- lawyer cuuui"2, a; . ' less liii!UMiiiiii.ty and -nerosity low- aid a ciuel and un-ci upulou foe, whom he had Hlready vampiished, whose armies weie ul hi- mrcy. out j;ener-led and bi-at. n at every h)iiu. wou U have le't the rebel chief, who was ihe intellect anu ii.e ii.ari. 01 tne,,!,,, Cars ,.ol,er jy asked lor rrK.-H'i war waced again! us. 10 be; 1 . .. c . . .1 ro,..actor. while th dealt with accoMm;,' to the loims and u-mj-i-s ot law. j bt altratiiona 1.4 p'eur, wisdom I r kartiiiig. if marred lliroub ttceMiv j truiu of Utsl ! Henc I'.eiiut' fain Kdliii , , 1 ' Mnaic '- anuosi pr . v..iuc. lit 1 " . , . , . . . ' u oltU cure lidcle iu iwu Uiiiiuie ! , and cures all kiods of n.iu at if I f uia.u. ; ' ! Tbe tiial lifts in will probably Ucf long coniiBuiui.. Oolj ,1 ot uioic Him out huudiei ul blj i.tu mi i.at jti leea eiAcmtd lb eait is gi.oi.ntf t da- fiw Oj wi tt tt Ku lf f,r iii-wsn- , Jus "Mskuw" CoictiKStaa. It appear that tht tiial ol tbt 'tpsrw' i".pniiuaUm tt j ijslrry, but wl.e,rr CK l,r-rr ibd not per fur at j1-' "I P" " wood. 11 by means fU- rrpm c trtrkt. 1 he cv J net at aintt . . ' . linn on tins lsoint was strong, rraf. , , . 1 - , . . . , , Ander-un . t fivj that (V.lfhltf bad 1 . .. 1 . 1 . " O'tracd wnli htm in thr subject ef , , .... copsrtiK rh p j an I e tplatni In court ; or vi.o 1 isr, lm; iiiiaiir rnivirrtf' , . , . . . , iii I1-l1111.11 ) . Tin- d.-trndanl haJ " . .1.1. ... .1 . . ! n 11 ill in w mi 1 t t IITU I 1 at ft at tit ut at aa I. T lll-V.WU)lfl .U I HTSI, and tbnl 1 lu v bc-lirt. d iht m tu kt au I , ,. , , ; tK matural. liut not Inns save lb tri- ', . r ... . . , si ...mi IA111111; UMU L'uor.tiir, vr KiVw . r ' , , , , to thu accu-i d lha appearance l ft . , ., martyr. 1 his weight of evidence waa ' , . 1 , . 1 ar'aii'-l him, and Ihe jury pron nnf.d . j nun a juggler, anl therelorr aratna- ble 10 the! icrns law. AmiKsr or Kkiciiim Tiir For UkK. I'.dwatd 11. Ketchum was r. tested Friday V. M., at a house IB West Sixtieth stieet, N. V. He l it not been cut ol the city. He bad an interview with many of his friends aad victims, Hi d with Id lather. Wilb the latter a n cunci. lilt ion it effected. He Ma- m'.-o visited by his wife al tbe station house, lie had been about the city In ipienlly during the past ioilmj;hi, but has avoided bit former trn-i.ils. He had about filly thousand dollars w hen arrested. As yet n-i complaint his bmn male against Kelchuin. The creditors of Ketch um Sons .V Co., w ill meet lu re neat Momhiylo lu ar a statement of lha linanc al nihil i s ul lli.it Hi in. The as sets are likely lo reach sixty cents on the dollar. AititKsT or Hum. Gks. ltAMakT. We umli rstaiol thai aiiulhcr impwr lant at 1 1st has bcei 111 adit. The 1(1- liviilufl is 0 ti-.-s a per otiage than ex-IJii. (Jen. J. C. Uauisey, lal rf the cot.f dt rate hi my. It is said thai i iir Governor, W. G. lirownlow, j well n ipiainted wih htm. It is slut. J by a I'oii-nipoiary, that tbt: Giovtraa is 11, ih hi. d fur " 1 hei k 1 nl otstrva lions ' iluoiih bars in Kum ville,F.at I'l-in i ssee, to tin' I'X-lbilldilT. Hit tiial will ili velope snmn exceedinjly rich secni's. SnJivilf? Won. A con tt-pniidf ul wiile liom lh Aii-ttiiiti vvnl. riii1 (d ice of Gastrin hat a r ch F,nj;ii.imaii has fur s. me lius liiken iiji his nb"ile on the Mai 11 t.t r l iiuer. a inouiittiiu more than si lhotis.ui'1 I. el hih. He livi-S ill an air. mi Iy romloriable lei.t, but the colli obliges him in wn' m il with a stove, lie; has ihitiy-two horses at hit ili-pusi I 10 1 oiiiliniiiiciie wilt the low. r nr: li. He clu o.i-s (hit singu lar dwelling p'nee in order lo enjoy at lei-nrc ami for some lenv'th of linit the tpeet ihle ol SUIIlise III llilll-lllnllil-r ill a WHiiued I' lit, surrounded wilhsltow anil le. SaMHIis Co. Nil e Jakw I hoini-i.ii m sii-i 1011-iy diaj penreil lioiii (.'aoiuhl with the ehe money ' In OS, many ol the unil,erii rein la hat e ', l,j h,' 1 nis. Belim 11 Younjr. the 1 d r, luis'ipi irii'l.-d wi'hSaod- r'. I .o.Mii s' ii-ui us, lr. Con'ri. lie iii 11 sots ihe Doctor is nn uuprin cip.e I fe.lu.e, whom Sa deis d-le-ts ; that toe iv.iv he came 10 m try inu tin: I. mnl. was 1h.11 ( niiiri was aSur-j;- nn in li.e Ymik. e army, and whilo li.ir,o' uf s ail.' ainhuliiue a conlain ii I- ih-ral uund-.1, he drove Ihent 1 tu lhe 1 1 nli (h-r. .le Inn when lh he. mt lot M Ss Sillld. ra sO elal d al llu- 1) tors in; iilhy with' the Soulh i n c.iiise thai she Iliallicd him. Tne Grin tin J'vmh. edui d in l!er tin. publ.slie- a coal of anus, 1I1 awn lor l'r snleot JoIui-.iii. It consists in a. pair of open srisors ; Isetween tint low r p .rt is a l iiloi's p lus", ami be iwceii lhe 1 'p r pat's a thimble, sur round, d Iy balls of tin end instead of i-Hiiiiun hail-. In place- of flags audi Hai.lHirs, the scis-ors me aurrtSimdtd wit1! yitrdsticks, 011 which are hnnjf coats and pantaloons. The whole resit on h plalloi m, derorHtud with AmerU cau diupeiy an 1 a shield bearing ibe un tto,"l s)iall mend the torn Union." The device is a g-eat eoupliinent to ihe eipitility iu your country, and a. snub ou lhe armorial ensigns of our n-lrogi esstv e and useless nobility. The Albany Journal ayt that, now ih.it (Jin. i-('itllaii i self exiled. '"v- Neymour lot el-ssly sunk into. .1 1 . . - ... ci . J -1: oouvion. itnu vj.-h. curiuiari ueciuite 10 n i-iii rapped, ine guosi Ol lira. Siirra t is tlie only recomred leader of the Democratic parly. A feinalc ranidaie for lha f)eiroit p, iieii!iarv, who was bound there ill (,.,.r j t (l(ir2e of her was lemporari y Kn rni in anol her car. Khe wouldn't .li-gme, and when thu itrket man j hi fai,-r,ed to ut ber off, dared bint l0j.ul),j Jlt. rfj.j, , , , , A man by ibe nsrr.e of Moldrd, 41 ' ' , ' in Ci.. county. Iowa, was rareiisaly . J , , , . hind in, 011 h.turdiy la.t. a b adtd ... ... ,. "nn, when it was di hargj.l. faUlly winnding a jooijj lady by the r.ame of D cr. who was .ihdin near by. Mo-idarl and the unforlun-Ue tn tuit rt " ,1,e "a ?T'A in I d 'V. '