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Republican were of cofine leveled to tlie ground. John Speer, Jf.. jf the 7ibnnet started for his home from the office after the rcbeli came in. Mr. Murdoch, a printer in the office, tried to induce him to accom pany him to a well near by for safety, lut he would do nothing hut go home to defend the house, which he did, and waa killed. Murdoch went into the well and wos sated. A younger son of John Sneer, Sen., killed a rebel and left. The guests at the El di idge House were ordered eut, iht-ir rooms pillaged, and some of the people shot. Only the presence and peremptory orders of Qtiantrell prevented the masfaere of all the occupants after they hud been marched out on the street. The rebels , were told that there was negro baby still in the house, lut they said, 14 We will burn the G d n litt'e brat,", ai.d they did. Wo saw its charred remains, burned blin k as the heart of its murderers. The books of the county and district clerks were burned, but those of the register of deeds were in the safe, and are supposed to l ave been saved, livery safe in the city but two were robbed. In the Eldridge store. James Eldridge and James Terrine gave the rebels all the mon ey in the safe, and were instantly (.hot down. AH the (hotels were destroyed except the City Hotel. The loss in caAi is estimated at 8 250,000, and in propeity and all at 82,000,000. ficlimus .falls imcs. IIEIXOWS FALIJJ, SEPT. 4, 1803. , . M. PpikibjeIII Si Cm., Ho. 87 Park Row, New lork.and 6 hut Street Boston, are our Agenta for the ltr.l.uiwa ftu Tittta, in thoro rittea, and are autboriaed to take Advertiaetuenta and Subacriptiona for tu at our Loweat Hatea. S. R. Nile, Fcollay'a Building, Court Street, Boaton, la also agent for ua in Boston. ,j Vcruioiit Election. The result of the election in this State on Tuesday is rn unusually brilliant victory for the Union, even for Vermont, and Shows that those at home appreciate the brave men in the field. Never, when here has been any contest by the oppo i tion, has there ever been so sweeping a victory. We have returns from 175 towns, and only tea copperheads have been elec ted! , . The Senate will be unanimously Union, and tire names of the Senators elect will be found in another column. - We ha-ve also elected all of our congress men by majorities from 5,000 to 8,000 each! , . ., : ; Smith's majority for Governor will be from 1 5,000 to 20,000. Loyal Vermont ! 1 Agricultural Fairs, IS 63. The following is the day of the com mencement of the National and various State Agricultural Fair, for 18G3. Most of them continue two days, and some of them a still longer period : . l NATIONAL. Horse Sliow, . Hartford, Sept. 7 ,, ---tate l Ains. Vermont, , 'New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Upper CtnaAa, Rutland, Utica, Cleveland, , Indianapolis, Decatur, Dubuque, Kalamazoo, Kingston, Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 1j Sept. 28 Sept. 28 Sept. 23 Sept. 23 Sept. 8 City Election. At the city election; on Tuesday, in Wilmington, Del., Mayor Gilpin, Union, was re-elected. The Un ionists have carried every ward and pre cinct. The city council is unanimously Union. All the administration candidate.",' including treasurer, assessor, aldermen and inspectors, were elected. The Draft. We have heard consid erable talk about the "credit clause " j( the draft, very many people being inclined to think that Rer all we should get no credit. We have just as correct infnrma t'wn upon this subject as it is possible to obtain at headquarters, and we can assure our readers that the credit will be allowed. It may be slow in coming, but it W certain at last. Parties have been on to Burling, ton with their substitutes, and when there have discharged them and paid their 300, with the understanding that the credit was a certainly, and that the money wonld be refunded.-Newport Newt. Col, Gkant. The Henix well say. , " Col. L. A. Grart, who has proved him self an able and efficient officer, is in ra n mand of (.lie Vermont Brigade. . Hi ubili. ty, his fidelity to duty, and his valuable services in the army, we think richly entitle him to the commission of a Brigadier Gen eral, and we hope he will receive it." Whkrr the Rkgimexts Ant. The several regiments of the Vermont Brigade are located at the following points in New Vork C.ty : The Sd and 4th at Washing ton Square k the 3d and th at Tompkins Square ; and the 5(1, at JL,jiMn The Cincinnati papers Lave announced Huu no draft will be Bade in Ohio, ,J ,lie officers of the army wnt borne to aecure the drafted men are requested to open re tmiting stations for enlistments, lllinoij will 1 rallr-d on for bnt frw men, n the ha more than filled former quotas. In diana will escape the draft entirely, a her citizens are enlisting by hundreds. Kan sas has furnished troops enough to cover the present and the next draft, if a second U ordered. . .,., I Vote for Governor. WINDHAM COIXTT. 18H8 1162. Towna. Smith. Kedf i. ' '. llolb'a. Sra. I Athens. 53 18 50 15 ! Bratileboro, 472 '104 " 307 " 8 Brookline, ' .26. 13 26 vt 15 Dov.r,- - 00 -00 53 10 Dummerston, 97 28 75 , 2G Grafion, 134 33 123 26 Cnilford, 00 00 87 19 Halifax, 000 -CO" 101' ' 18 Jamaica, 178 " 21 155 8 Londonderry, ,165 CO 155 , 38 Marlboro, 00 00 41, 17 Newfune, 118 C8 115 48 Putney, 131 20 153 10 Itoekingham, 265 185 209 151 Somerset, . 00 00 16 3 Stratton. , 00 00 ... 57 12 Townshend, '" 180.. 49 165 46 Vernon, 76 6 34 , 12 Wardsboro, 144 55 114 31 Westminster, 164 51 129 . 29 Whiiingham. 000 00 , 114 , 94 Wilmington, 203 110 134 57 Windham, 00 0O 63 14 Total, 1489 702 WINDSOR COUNTT. Andovcr. ' 09 19 153 000 000 174 246 000 000 164 210 112 000 132 207 00 4 ,122 000 000 25 32 000 000 . 24 159 24 000 35- 26 79 20 152 158 141 183 269 166 171 184 172 122 101 169 164 180 117 401 82 223 171 102 150 307 Baltimore, ' Barnard, . , 91 15 100 1 9 1 40. 10 101 51 5 4 69 33 38 14 5 41 34 Bethel, . . Bridgewatcr, Cavendish, Chester,' ' Hartford, 1 . Hartland, Ludlow, Norwich, Plymouth, Porofrer, Heading, Uocheiter, Royalton, ' Sharon, Springfield, Stockbridge, Weaihersfield, Weston. 134 maj. 119 65 350 157 180 139 45 68 31 12 8 55 43 West Windsor, 117 Windsor, 159 337 Woodstock, Total, 3984 662 Rupert, 110 14 81 5 Danhy, 81 38 93, 20 Mt. Tabor, 50 3 37 Pawlet, 76 maj. 125 41 Brandon, 212 82 176 10 Marshfield, 143 78 149 10 AVaterbury, 226 88 . 183 12 Randolph, , 314 92 r 259 ( St. Albans, 296 maj.' '. 430 57 Middleburv, ' 214 67 1 70 ; 47 Duxbury," 69 25 66 " Burlington, 481 ICS 490 10 llinesburgh, 153 11 '159 Fairlee, , 96 70 , 62 44 Newbury, 263 201 232 83 Thetford, 213 140 171 68 Dnn.lile, ' 141 155 205 ' St. Johnsbury, 303 123 280 2 Sheldon, ,85 43 127 25 Bradford, 145 157 190 , , 69 Strafford, 185 127 Montpelier, 318 67 Swanton, 160 121 Berlin, 161 68 Essex, ... 158 64 Richmond, 132 30 Marshfield, 143 78' Willi.-ton, 165 17 Wateif..id, 94 40 Rutland, 526 238 , Manchet-ter, 132 IlfprcM-maUvcs. Luion men in Roman, copperheads in italic. . . WINDHAM COUNTY. Athens, Solon N. Alexander. Bialtleboro, David Goodell. Brookline, C. W. Stebb'ms. . Dover, Dummerston, Joseph Miller. Grafton, Frar.cis I ani' Is. . Guilford, Stephen Smith. Halifax, A. II. Tucker. Jamaica, Elijah M. Torrev. Londonderry. Alanson Whitman.' Marlboro, Simeon Adams. Newfane, Austin Johnson., Putney, Charles Shrigley. : Rockingham, J. II. Williams. Somerset, n ' , , ; Stratton, J. B. Grout. TowasViernl, O. S. Howard, Vernon, J. F. Burrows. Wardslwio, Henry N. Fitts. Westminster, Homer Goodhue. Whitingham, Haters Gillett. Wilmington, J. Manning Tyler. Windham, WINDSOK COUNTY. Anduver, Joseph Dodge. Baltimore, Rodney L. Pijer. ! Barnard, Silas Tupper. Bethel, , . llridyewater, C. CarpeHter. Cavendish. John F. Deane. Chester, William Rounds. ' Hartford, A. G. Dewey. Hartland, John Colby. , Ludlow, Hiram W. Albec. Norwich, W. G. Ijwia. Plymouth. A. B. Martin. Pomfiet, II. M. Bruce. Reading, Merrill E. Goddard. : f Rttchester, Wm. M. Huntingtuii. Royalton. J. J. Marcy. Sharon, S. G. Steele. . Sprit.gfitld, I. F. Wood. Stockbrid?e, Nelson Gay. Weathersfield, Ptrry Haskell. Weston, Joseph C. Fetin. West AVindsor, Micah N. Lir cohi. AVindsor, S. G. Abbott Woodstock, O. P. Cliandlir. Rupert, Wm. SUrrwia. Dinhy. Levi Barrett. Poultney, Charles A. Bann. Mention, Jeremiah C. Thornton. Clarendon, Nathan J. Smith. Salisbury, G. W. Barrow. ';' Leicester. John Bullock. Brandon. G. W. Pnrmenter. '.'; Plainfield, S. R. Gale. Fast Montpelier. T. C. Kelton. Middlesex, N. E. McAllister. Mar.-hfield, C. W. H. DwinnehY " , Waterbury. W. W Wells. - j Braintree, Ira Mann.' ( ' ' Randolph, L. L. Wheeler., " St. Albans, W. C. Smit'i. " Middlebury, Prof. W. H. Parker. Weybridgn, S. E. Cook. h.: Swanton, Denison Dorman. ... Duxbury. E R Crossett. Higligate.O S Rixford. Burlington, Wm G Shaw. Manchester, Burton Holliston. - Iline.-burgli, J. F. Miles. Fairlee, "Wm Child. Newbury, W It Shedd. Thetford, J. B. Cram. Danville, Wm J Stanton. St. Johnsbury, Geo B Bullard. Bristol, N F Dunshee. New Haven.' Hunt. ' Barre. Ira P Ilo'den. ' . Sheldon, F M Marsh. Bradford, II Wright. - Roxbury, Seth M. Bailey. Montpelier, Charles Reed. t . ,. ' Berlin, J Newton Perrin. Essex, D II Macomber. Huntington. E T Judson. Ilighgate, O S Rixford. Calais, J V R Kent. Richmond, Robert Tower. Colchester, A. S. Brownell. Williston. If'm Miller. Jericho, M H Lnne. Rutland, S M Dorr. All Hail the Capital 1 The vote of Montpelier has been looked for wi h considerable interest. The remo val of secession copperheadism from this town to that plac-, together with specimens collected from other parts of the State, was to be the grand centre from which to issue the vilest treason which the North affords, But with nil their efforts the copperheads barely get 67 votes 1 , On representative, only 54! With the old-fashion slobber style in this town, they nominated a Union man at first, but he utterly refused to have anything to do with the unclean thing, and declined, when they rallied 54 voles on one of their own kidney! . The State vote was Smith, 318 to 67 for Redfield ! The hear: of the old Commonwealth beats truer than ever. Three cheers for the capital ! Vote for Member of Congress. " WINDHAM COUNTY. Mor. Darenp'e. ,Mor. Darenp'i Athens. 53 17 Brookline,' 26 13 Brnt'boro,443 49 Grafton, 133 32 jiiiMnioi, iro zi R'k'gham,258 181 Towns'd, 179 45 Wi!m'gt'n,198110 DumVston, 92 28 Londond'y, 160 61- xvewrane, , 115 66 Putney, 130 26 Vernon, 73 6 WestmVr.156 46 Wardsb'o.133 5C WINDSOR COUNTY. Mor. BareriuH. Mor. Davenp't. 152 116 Baltimore, 19 00 Barnard, Cavendish,l 1 15 Ludlow, 159 15 Plymouth. 114 23 Sbaron, 113 56 Reading, 145 31 Winder. 177 48 Weston, 138 00 Che3ter, 246 27 Norwich, 209 153 Rochester, 204 25 Siockh'dge.HS Woodstock, 325 Weath'sfd, 163 W.Wmdsor.llO 60 39 14 '. 7 ; Rkckuiting Offceus. The fo'lowing ar.,.,mtm.,ntj , tl , .n '.t C. . l. two regiments and a battery of Veteran Volunteers, have thus far been made : Name. Capfc. David F. Cole, principal, Station. Chelwa. Siranton. tjapt- ueo. o. itmKe, lit l.t. tenhen P. Brown, sub.. 2d U. Sidney 8 Moray, -Capt. XeixiC. RtTen. prioctpat, 2d l.t Uharlea W. Randall, ul., Capt. Harry A. Knton. piinripal, Capt. Horace E. Hrown, principal, l.t Lt. W. H. Norton . uh. 3d Lt Geo. W.Tobin. ub. 2d l.t John M. Buckler, nob.. St. Jobnabury. Montpelier. Bethel. Thetford. Valtlr.Klbrd. Morriayflle. . Berkshire. Bethel. . Thetford. Danville. Lyndon. Townahend. Kutland Bradford. W. Randolph. Middlebury. Vergennea. ! lt Lt. Frank Bedftcld, aab , m l.t unester rcarles. auu., Capt. Ilenrr Terry, aub., k llorece K Itrovn, u Jamra M. Aver. I 2d Lt. Cbarl D. jirainaril, aub., i j i'apt. Lyman E. Knapp, za i.E itoeea w. lactt. a-jb.. Lt. Co'.. Koaw-ll rarnham, aub , Lt. Charles Ooaa, aub., Lt. Cb&rlea Coaey. aub . Lt. John U. Converae, aub., Norwich University. Norwich Uni-' versity has furnished for the Union army two Major Generals, six Brigadier Cen tral, including the lamented Lander and j the gallant Ransom, son of Gen. Ransom, j who was formerly at the head of the insti I tution and was killed in the Mexican war; J some thirty Colonels and a large numlxir of officers of other grades. Godey'e Ladies Book for September, ap pears to be as full of interest for its readers as usual, containing more than fifty embel lishment of fashion and other engravings. The steel plate, a " Happy Party," and the woodcut, " Raising a Beard," are excellent. Haki-er's Magazine fob September. Contents: , An unprotected Female in the East, illu-trated ; The Pennsylvania Coal Region, illustrated ; The Battle and Triumph of Dr. Susan j The Religious Life of the Negro Slave ; Paul , Harden' Confession ; The Statesmanship of Shak speare t Once ujion a Time ; Romola ; The Small Houe at Arlington ; My Operation in Gold ; Mistrt-M Gowan arid her Son The Battle of Antietaro ; In Memoriam F. B. C. ; Five years; Parson Rusell' Secret ; The Career of a Joker ; Harbor Defence ; and the usual record of current events, literary uotict, editor' thair and drawer. . . .. The Sr-natc 18J. Our! returns indicate that not a single copperhead has been elected to the Senate, the Union ticket having been elected in every County iivlhe State, and the names of the Senators are as follows : (Nmntle. Addison, S. I). Holcomb, Earl Cushman, , Bennington, Lkmufl Bolton, I ' - r ' Myron Clark.- i - Caledonia, ' Gkorrb Cowtta, ' ... ,Thoma9 J. Creb. ... . Chittenden, Jed. P. Clark, , , A. O. Welch, , " L. U. EnGi.ksbt. ' ;. , E s-x, David H. Beattik. Franklin, Hiram P.Stevens, Harvet D. Farrar. Grand Isle, William II. Lyman. Lamoille, J. A. Child. Orleans, Flijah Cleveland, Samuel Plumlt. Orange, Alvaii Bean, James M. Bass. Rutland,' Merritt Clark, Nathaniel Fish, William T. Nichols." Windsor, ' James A. Pollard, ; Noah B. Saeford, ' Wendell W. Williams. Windham,'''' Edward Kirkland, """ Henry E. Stougiiton. Washington, Roderick Richardson, Addison Peck. Justices of the Peace. The following are the Justices of the Peace in the several towns r.amed, elected on Tuesday: Vardsboro. Holland Plimpton, D. A. Hammond, A. J. Dexter, Chandler Pratt, N. C Johnson, Daniel Read, M. O. Howe.'-. ti Jamaica. II. II. Felton, Isaac Hie gin?, E. G. Pierce, Jr., C. D. Read, A. M. Butler, J. W. Skinner, Luke Howard. Grafton. Ambrose Burgess, Charles Barrett, Gideon Palmer, Gardner Upham, Lewis S. Walker, William G. Wyman, Isaac Glynn. ; . Townshend D. Fisher, W. R. Shatt er, E. Atwood, J. S. Fullerton.O. S. How ard, J. L. Nichols, J. II. Converse. ATHENS. A. A. Wymans, Mark Ball. A. T. Ball, N. Bemi-, L. E. Bowles. ; ,, Westminster S. S. Stoddard, Ira Goodhue, Nathan Fisher, Freeman Gor ham, T. M. Wiley, John Minard, N. G. Pierce. Wilmington. S. P. Flasg, C. N. Da venport, John Patch, D. Gilbert Dexter, E. T. ButlerfielJ, J. M. Tyler, J. H. Rus sell., , ... Brookline. William Adams, John B. Stehbme, Erastus Whitney, Edson Iliggins, E. W. Willmar. Newfane. Isaac Hover, II. T. Rob inson, J. D. Redway, K. Haskins, B. E. Worse, 1'. A. Fish, C alvin Ward. PltneY. John Kimlall.W. M. Hough ton, S. W. Houghton, 1. W. Taft, Denison Davis. Franklin Austin, Joseph Jones. Dummerston. loseph Wilier, Wm. C. Miller. G. W. Walker, S. W. Wilson, Enos Leonard, Benjamin Wilhird, O. L. Ben nett. . Vernon. - J. E. Franklin, Lorenzo Brown, R. S. Wood, Wm. L. Severance, E. A. Lee. Londonderry. D. Tyler, D. Davis, B. Waite. T. S. Viall, F. W. Marsh, H. P. Dodge, C. Robinson. j Weathersfield. Barnabas Deane, Charles Hairett, Walter Newell, Joshua M. Aldi ich, John SpafFord, Jabez Ham mond, William Haskell. Cavendish. Warren Skinner, Otis Robbing, Saniuil Adams, Josiah Gilson William Smith, Saxon A. Craigue, Albert D. Haer. Plymouth. D. P. Wilder, C. G. Cool- idge, L. N. Pinney, A. N. Earle, Ry'and K. Dudley, Noah Bnggs, J. W. Messer. Ludlow, Hiram W. Albee. Joel War ner, Wm. Graham, L. G. Hammond, Ar temas Spaulding, Moses Burbank, Ora J. Taylor. Weston. So'on R'chardson, Q. A. Cragin. J. R. Parker, James G. Spaulding, C. M. Piper. West Windsor. Thomas F. Ham mond, G. II. Shedd, I). F. Hemenway, Joel Hale, O. Seavens. Readino. Hiram Godaul. Charh-s Buck, William Felch, Leander Rock wood, Silas W. Pike, Homer M. Hammond. Clark Wardner. Baltimore. Joseph W. Leland, 2d, R. L. Pier, Z. II. Graves, Joshua Leland, Thomas Preston. Windsor. Carlos Coolidge, Jason Steele. David Da.-i, W. W. Hjward, Stephen K. Gates, Chas. II. Dudley, Chit tenden Rossiter. ,,: Chester. Simeon Sherwin, William bpatlord, h. A. Henld, J. D. Powers, Lew is Hill, Dau'd II. Gould. Wm. W. Manin A. S. Adam?, Merrick Wentworth, G. W, Hadley. Dr. liowe will be at the Bratileboro Hou.-e, Bratileboro, on the 31st of August, where he remains to the 1 2th of Septem ber. From Bratileboro he comes to Bel lows Falls, and will be at the Island House on the 11th of Sept., where he will remain to the 26th. From tfat Kortoem'BuJget, March 12, 1861. The following persona have been the re cipient oi me professional skill of Dr.Rowe 01 isew lork: Mrs. Abby Sawyer, of Lan sinburg, deaf a very li ng time, over 60 years ot age; Mrs. John Crop, of Ida Hiil, wno Had oeeri drat also a very bng time, " rij ij years ot age. from the ear ot air. George Uurrows, of East Green bush, he extracted a vry large tumor, re sronng 1U hearing. This had been pro- ancea oy scar et fever. He operated on Uliam Eiterly, an employee in the Whiff office, for strabismus, or cross-eyes, and VaT?r,!:'f1 l,,emi ls.o Miss Food, of n.i .i im fiorman, of no Ferry street, and straightened them. For Mr, John Broom, of the Troy House, he inserted R artificial eye, whrcli it h impos sible to tell from the other. ; .Vermont ew'H. Vt. Yearly Meeting of Freewill Baptists. The annual meeting of Free will Baptists in this State,wil! be held at Sutton, commencing on Friday, Sept. 1 1 , at 10 o'clock,' A.1 m. The trustees of the Green Mountain Seminary wilt meet at the same place on Friday at 9 o'clock A. m. The yearly meeting will continue over the following Sabbath. ' .. . , . . v The Newport JSTew$ say that on Friday, C. S. Cutting, Esq.. ol West Derby, shot an American eag'e in Newport, that meas ured six leet from tip to tip of wings. Conn. Sc Pass. Rivers Railroad. The cars on this road commenced running to Bat ton Landing on Tuesday, connecting there with stages for this place and Stan stead. Passenger trains leave Barton Landing at 7 30 a. m making sure and close connections for Boston, New York, White Mountains, and trains on the Vt. Central. Horse Thief Caught A man named Locke, who bad fkeddadled from Concord, N. II., to avoid the draft, was arrested on Friday at Barto:i, having stolen two wag ons from Mr. Miles of Compton, C. E., at whose place he had been living, and a horse (run the . stable of another . person. . The horse and wagons were still in his posses sion when arrested. -' -'.! J - - j . Sad Accident. -A serious accident ha recently occurred at Knosbtirgh Falls, by which a young man by the name of Joseph Newcity, son of Edmund Neweily of West Enosburjjh, is in all probability, deprived of the further use of bis right arm. While engaged in assisting another manin sawing up some plank into narrow stiips by use of i "ri,J cafltjaa! 1 J j Thej cure Dyapepr.ia and Coaaripattna. I a circular Saw, the sleeve of the DufortUliate They rare Diarrham, Cholenaud tolBili roan caught in the teeth of the saw at Lid elbow, drawing the arm lengthways over the saw,-o that a terrible gah was made the whole length of the arm fiom the hand to the iliiow, fractuiing lite outer bone i i a number of places and then passing along to the hand cutting directly through it length ways, severing two fingers and injuring a third. Doctors Hutchinson and Fassett, who were in attendance at that time, agreed to defer amputation in hopes I bat what re mains of the arm may, by careful treatment. be saved. St. Albant Alcisenyer. I Serious Accident. On Tuesday, the 25th, Mr. Elisha Peck ot this town, with a team of four oxen attached to a pair of mrt nUf.vU with a mill log tpon them, was crossing the private bridge on SMeeper'a river nearly west of Capt. Arnold's, when the bridge gave way. Mr. reck an the oxen went down wiiV the bridge, and Mr. Peck's rijiht leg was fractured about two inchi 6 below the knee, and badly eru.-hed by being caught under one of the large timbers of the bridge. In two- or three hours the oxen were cot out of the river. all escaping without serious injury. Dr. Browne as called and Mr. Peek's limb set. and tlmncli tlio in we understand he is as comfortable a coold bi expected. St. Johnsbury Culedowtan. Stabbing Affray in Giover. We learn that a drafted man Horace Hancock of Coventry, came .near losing Lis life at the hands pf Mr. P. S. W.bber af Glover, two or turee days ago. It appears that the two men were parsing each ether just afier dusk, ar.d without a word being spoken by either party, or any sign of disagreement between them being exhibi.'ed, Webber drew a knife and stabbed him in the thigh making a bad cah. We have heard no cause assigned for the act. Bad rum and poor whiskey was the probable one, how ever, as Mr. Webber was the basest kind of a soak. " . '.' ' 1 . S. Since the above wa9 in type We learn that Webber had a few moments be fore been into the Union hom e and kicked a Mr. Clark the owner of the house into the street, and that it was in response to her cry for help that Mr. Hancock and other drafted men , returning home from iunington. returned and met Webber The affair is now being investigated. Iraslargh An Irishman by the name of Elmore. employed on the wood train, while intoxi cated, lay down on the track near St. Al bans depot, Tuesday evening, and was run er oy a train ot cars, smashing both of liis legs so badly that amputation was. nec essary. 1 ...'. !. -;.:) , , The Eleventh Annual Fair of the Chit tenden County Agricultural Society, will take place , at Burlington, Seotember 22d and 23J. - . , y u , , ,,; ., Hon. C. W. Will rd of Montpelier, will deliver the AddreM ,t tl, Pir ..f f.1H Pllt. land County Agricultural Society, to be he!d at Kutland on the 23d and 21th of oeptember next. The poets of Vermont are 1 12 in num ber, 70 males and 12 females. Of the towns in the Slate, Burlington gives the most , octry. Montpelier i furaiohea the gre.tr r number of ..oct,.;,,, . we j soma 'of the finest t.... . e .1.. , """it mcnj vi me numoer educations, four have been li justice, four college tatori J ident, on bishop, (hre. Bi tour nriift.i. iuosi ol th( are still living, ,f whom.u resiae out ot the Mate. ... Ir0J that supplies liutlamlwitt men who lately cleared it', 'A few days ago Willi, pt, tleton, a lad ot a dozen yeiri a horse by the halter strap : tightly around his hand, yj suddenly took fright snj long distance, nearly killing Lieut. S. E. Woodward, t Solomon Woodward, K-q.t has been promoted, and it m, master in Gen. Rosccran,' t, Maj. Homer 14, Stoughtoa j moled Lieut. Col. of the 2d U Sharp SliooteiB. Mr. Calvin Clui k of Groti fatal accident on the lSibinsi setting of a load of hay npo J riding, lie was to buritdkn that Wfjie the boy accompany procure assitaco and get tbet llfrt VII PKtinnft t..l..kl . I ? --....v.., .uuauijr i urea, tion. He was a member of Welch, Clark lc C6n and est! liable personal quality jj wife and two small children. v 8 T-1860-X, Drake's Plantation t Thy pwrT), atrvuartUcB and lovlgtrau. They ercatc a haaltby aepvtita. They ara an aotktote to chanfv of vtlru Thar ovorvouw Cm effccta of ktiaaitailea k ThT atmiatlMtt flai mm sM aaavaa -o Thy prevent luiaamartk and Intemictnof They ear Liver CorapUiat and Ncrvow i-Z iney ant in Devil uirtera in tne vom. 1 weak man tro,,r. and arv eihMee) aataa Tbey ave made of pure St. Croix Kum. the ava Hark, rootj and hrrba, ao4 are takeir of a beverage, vrttbooi rrr trxa to age or ojm rly noooisaeDded to delimta pepona tui aumulant. id y all uroreni. Urars saioona. r. II. S.K ill lu S-i-atm) , auaHnatn , , iho. LYON S KATHAl TV HIS delightful article for prcserrl (IfSing the human hair la aeain puto I proprietor, and la now sua. anUi Uia aa 1 C attentloa, wbatk Seat e rented Ite ianaaeaoa't r ed aalea of over one suillkm feotflea aa 1. iw old at 25 eenta In large bmrlea. Tw ra.fr.... artty k mid 1 a a yew waaca f ia ab, Kathaam a not only tha moat dellglitfu Uie won,. 6at that It rleanxea the aul(", f dandruff. Klve the hairra rTeely, rMl,hlla pre ole M tVoea twrninr Irmv. Theae aat, worth knowing. Tha KaUiarroo haw fcml . twelve yeara. and ta warranted dearribeJ V ' valuea a tnantaful brad .rf hair, win aw ia Ouely Baraumed, rlMap and valuable It lit nrpccuuie twjaiera uirougnout Uie world. 82S-eo-wJ 8. BABM 00,1 Uf lSMO.VKR' AOTlt I ft the lion, frobala Court, tor tea IHatrietfl ater. Conimiaalooera to reoem, rmmme, an,i clnlina ad denifwiki ot all perMma againat tb'j t-El. A II UlflTNKV, late of lutney, la aakl j nawl, and auo all etaania and demanda cxhltl thereto; and aix nioatha (rom the ftltb day ot m aelna a lowed by aahi court for that purpose, irfc Sky hereby give Notiee, that we will attend to 4 of our tabl appointnant al tha- late rcaMror.iL eeaaed in Vutaav. in aaai INaartrt. on tin Utlra of eptmibev andj IeemtieT next, from out t fcwr o ciock, r. M., an each of aaid daM I K. B. CAMPBKUI DKNISOJI DaVU 8.1 Wtaai.liu. lab-SI) Auji COMWISSIO-VEKS' SOTli tbe tnfwTfter, Reinj; rftrfy ) ba Hon. Probata Court for the Dwrtr ater, tommiaaiat'rra ro reeelve, ezaaiiM i rlaiina and tlenmoda of all peraona agauia AKTHUa O Ni.IL. lata of Uraftun. ai aa eaHd. and alaoall rlaimaand demandl tx' thereto; and aiz anontho from tbe 3rd ov i eiatg allowed by raid Court for tbat purpoa ft Natiee, that wa w, attend to tin A mid apunintnient, at the dwelling-Ota Ib-lpa. ki tiaaftnii. In did Diatriet. oa tat if af pteaaker and Navwuber next, from aatt until lour eJmfc r. H . on eanfc of mid J" , , TltrKfliS .N. WHKKUKli DKITKR B IfKtNl'H, rr ncl' Fhelpa, Adtn'r. (Si Sit fcnittM : tins. iiARisi.iam rormrrly with Chaee k Trap., and lataj one of the largeet atorea of tha kind ia H enuring in contact with every warietr of tat" hiee hna taken mean with I. N. llKXi.V where be olVra hia rerrfcaa aa Tfatctrmakcr, Jeweller ani W n.tB MOLisir. wiss, and amcticb'1" cotg aavis ax ruin ir With tbe teaeSng at) lea of Vina Jeeelrj.aS" aaia at reaaouaBia pnaea Ifone but ptrumti mtUKtmn will be partment, and by being coreW and arao""' to otar eara, and with aupe'rlor toola an a", to mnil your uatronain. CUiS Jnry,iaSt -- LIBERATION JTOTM VOT7CK u berettT giren that 1 il given my an. rKKO. O. tKtXO.w. tbe remaiodar af hia minority, and aW. aarnluga, nor pay ray debt' f bia "ffX Putney, Tt., Ang I, JSCS. s VOTICE m lierebr triven t!it an Pfffi' 11 ba made to tha General AaaemW af "out at itancataeaaioa. fre the cbn'W J maue to tha General Aaem7 " 7. oui at ita neat aoMfcin, ftw the cDa" -tbcontrutvn of a Railroad froal lo'" ognat 13th, 1SH3. ITniKA anil I fit tOT J f WISH TO SKLL MY HOUSE 1 on Canal Stmt in' Bellowa falla. s" rooma. and ia two ttoriea high. f'l!ri payment flown, aav f .1". balanra Zmf Inquira of Mr A. 8. Clame, or Mr. "rT' - "i i oy vikt. wciawner, . Aug. la, loo. made River Acod4 t,tPI,Offt TT M. C. IlVflR Prlnrlnal. JL1.IA K BATtJIIKLDKR. TfrtTft.i. 8 Mra. ANN K. WALKItil, Taachor Painting. , t' a abb z biui vr n v can ' ,A DAY, SKPTtMBBa , 1 "The Spring ExamiBatioa af thai al. ill. j . . . v ntitmtm, min Mia lAia IDN rw piaf iLj gictw- Blark River Academy baa kmlt eiy"J 1 m n" puuuna. boa, in our opinion waa T", itF coandeK and patronage of the powlie REV. IB a T. C. ROBBIX3, rVeraUry.j Ludlow, July IS, 1S3.