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W JJUKUNUTUN I'UIEE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER , 1863
IVciVs ol thfc YTnr.
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from Hampton Itoad-. ta. dated
1. ttcr t
, - . . wii. ihiiuiiic -ss v hit- nrdiucrr oi iYausiuia arc uce-rnvcu
,,, jBthat tr.i an- .vllretin;; in stU!ir, ,,,0, , ,,UUNlI1d nlry was com- 0,IU,rtet,.i,.. 11,c shore batteries arc rct.,rt-ir-.
uumUrs at the rortre.- ev..,ort 1(.,tIv ,,,.mlmj in )iv our troops and cscap- ,,1 to hate liccn well served.
. alio Yorktown, a.id cicrything looks
. tl """'"7 wietliing would lie linne
,f i-mnnainin mi tin IVnin-nl.t.
in 111" '. . . i ..s-
of the Otli. crnuiit was lo-t
tlnl irom tnc iinii-i:er t limn states,
,.i MiMoth, while uflC'uic Henry.
lkout Mountain was taken on the 2m li
l,i ,.,ir troops under lien. Ilixiler with the
lit': inr and a portion of the 12th and a
,iiu-i.mof the 4tli corps. There win. no
..ri,.us oiiiiuntlon. den. Hooker was at
In tlie 27th hv erv lirilliant imnelm t
The Richmond KtNjuircr of the 27th says
TherofKlitSMi ol the eurrewy lias henwie so
aJanning that its importance has risen hUhc
thr ra-iu-UM-nt of military movements. Kroiu
.rr. iarii-r of the CofifisuVraoy schemes
a im In we lit ale ilailysown hnadeast oer
tin' nunlry, and suggestions ol eery chann--t,
r Mnd description aia urgitl.
Thr Mar; of trace hoat New York arri.eil
at Annapolis Oct. - th from City 1'oint,
itli I HI pa railed meai. A hum her died on
the m it way thither Ibey artaally i
..i.i. l, nmtinuod two hour, with lighter on ins ariuiery, anu Mruc. u,..u ran, iwiu to a mrgeon, ana .nr. u
..ik until I M (n Hooker rinorts informing ticn. Iav, who was at Vt arrcnton, ward of Witford, who was a chaplai
ti,. i..!luct.ifourtr.OTit.. Ik; fplciHli.l. of hi--ituation. ' Ihree men voluntecn-a b.xty-threi- memlHrr!. of the Houw are
Tl,.., rM,lM,l m attack made on them (or this Novice, got through our lines, and gregationalists ; 3'J are Methodists: 31
l'dmu- tl muv fru cry i..Mti..n the next morning Lec came to ln rescue, and tniversjili-ts ; 22 are llaptists : 12 are
ili uiU Stuart cut his way out. cml ; 42 hae no preference, and
tlauiH-il ihi esecuteu unoer tin- oirecuon oi - v ; , ' . , r lock ol .lay, and one disciple or Christ." custing militia law and
I. :-t. : i .k.. .. in the lint ol last nii:iii tlie enemy at- . ,, ' . . , . f, ...... I
;-.7Z;L;.;j;he uek .e. (W--, Ir,oi r t a otw
..! llH- liver as lines for supplier were ae- lH.tel.ie. on three s,di and broke his camp char,(.B - j., J of The hill was finally dim
.,uirl l.y tlK- ...r-.Ch..U.-. , "'.V' ' !' T. " f M. r.' "Z hundrnl and nincty-one memU-rs M toe2.
l.ev.ngtt.jMo.. "J- i.nhhV ! uiainder UimrVlJ in rescne. Howard , '"'r"!n ,tru'.nt' . Ju 1 ?mr In the .-H-nate a militia h
ol us eniri raiimiw.. .: .-i i .-.ir . snire, ! in ..lassacnusetts. in -New lork. .t , .. .
. , i... n..tli of I. sikout valley, wlul-t marching to t.cary s relief was at- I . ' , . ' , 5 J this morning hy Senator
otmtions at tin- mooui "i '""Ji . r , . and .me each in Connecticut, Kncland and J
n M..ke.i..fsagreats.i.-s . . .. u..., v ""r.""-", Canada. One hundreil and twenty-eiirht It was sent without di
teireil to death. .u were Itvmg skeletons. .Jaj, aml nmte.l and pursued tlwui to Cen
Krenr man of Uk-ui had to he sent to the treville where Hawkins made another stand,
I, -jinls. In tlie surgeon's opinion more , attacking the federal while they were erud
ition one-third ol them mart die, heiog he- . mg the rier. Hawkins was again routed
..id tlie rraeh of nourishment and medicine. : and pursued until his force was disrsal
"Ml slat that their condition has lutti j ith the loss of W prisoners, including (nf
limught on hy tlie treatment they received fith, formerly editor of the Xash.illc Union
at tlie Imnds of the rebels. Tbey have been I and American newsfmpir.
di lit witlMxit food and exuosed a large jir-i . ,. , . ., . -
.,n l tb.- time, withoutubeltcrof any kin.1. ,,ur fi'" wh,ch ooo'P1 laHi Tenn.,
J bate retreated to the north side of the nur
The Richmond Itrspalri of the 2fith states and now occupy the lieights commanding
tint on the Itith inst. a company ol partisan Loudon,
rangers, attacked the steamer J. K. White
,,ii tlie Albemarle and Cbespeake Canal.cap- Itic Xew York correspondent of the Ion-t,,n-l
and burned lier, Uigether with a dred- don Timet has the foUowing explanation of
jmg machine and two lighters, which she the Knglish syiDjathy for,the Saith :
Uiwing. The crew and tauengen were ; sturdj lairiihawn, whenever be is wit-t..k.-n
off mto a dwarnp near by and paroled j eof a aeht betnren a big man awl a little
li.e steamer was valued at ;30.IOO. uae jgjs take the BttJe one's prL
Ute advices from the Cape of ttood Hope 'Vhe "part" Kngland Ukes in soeh eases
announce that the Federal crui-er Vander- j i generally a "jut" of the little one's
bad reached the Cae and found the I country,
llahama at St. Simon's IJay. An encounter! .
may lie expectedJf Capt. Semmes attempts
to escape, an the VandWhilt is the swifter
id the two. i
Oar loss in the brilliant achievement of
driving the rebels from lookout Mountain
at Chattanooga, wax only five killed and tif-
teen woundul of lien. Ilasen's brigade. j
Communication will soon he opened be
tween Bridgeport and Chattanooga along the
Chattanooga ri.er. I
lairge nimiliers of refugees, principally
British sulject. are daily coming into our
I- r .1 .."..- -.1. i. . e
unn inns uk ovuui, nisi wnsicn inwi uic
reSei army as weU as others aying from the i
The trains on the Orange and Alexandria
radiuad now take regular tn to Uatlett's '
Station, some 13 utiles beyond Manassas,
The road will be put in repair as far as the '
army has advanced in course of four or live '
days more. So much tor the story which
stated that it would take months to repair
New Orleans advices ol the 20th say that
lien. Hanks has returned to the field.
I hi the 12th inst. the advance of Cen.
franklin's cavalry captured the rebel Gen.
Pratt and his nephew who was acting as his
aosisunt Adjutant (General, lien. 1'rattwas
born in Hartford, Conn. 'Jen. Franklin was
attacked on the 15th near Carrion Crow lta
voa in front and on the flank. The rebels
were repulsed bv (Jen. Weitiel's and Niias'
lattery, and driven '! miles. Their forces were
nearly all mounted. Our loss in the two
days skirmishing was 2 .killed and
.i . i i.;.. .... o ;ill BnIi it.
wounded. The rebel loss i unknown.
Trains on the Orange and Alexandria Koad :
U'.rrlmi Th track is re- I
hud to Bealton, and it is practicable to finish
it to the Rappahannock in three or four lays i
The suprdy depot at tiainesville isalmndoned .
and no trains now run on the Manassas Isap
A young rehrt spy, aged In. ha been
The Xew York Hrralfi Washington pe- .
cml dispatch gays from l.0flt) to 1S,0(I hew I
York aotdiere. Imve been provided with fur-
Iaiiii. i.. tun k.UiM' til VOt. i
An extraordinary cose of treason ha re
cently come to light in Cincinnati, implica
ting several persons in Cincinnati, Columbus,
Covington and Newport, in conspiring to re
Vse the rebel prisoners at Camp Chase.
The plotaediscl.d to the I . . detectnes,
ass that an attack was to U- made on Camp
I'hasc. release the rebel prisoners confined
there, numbering 3,500, seize the arsenal at
I olumhus. take pw-scion of the J nitntia
ry. release John .Morgan and the otner officers
iinfintd tlier and then to coounence a
rt 'tiel compaiga in Ohio. United States Mar
shal Sands and I'rovost Marshal M.J. Kenny
arrested the following persons implicated in
the nlot Charles 11. Cat heart of Colum
bus, formerly School Commissioner of Ohio ; j
,1. Creusop of Columbus, formerly sutler of !
the ltth fteculars. who were to lead the at- .
tack on Camn Chase ; James I). Tatton of ;
Oi.iru-lirti. a recular arrent of the reliel cov-
crnment, who furnished money to the detect- !
ives under the impression that they WCT' I
sjnes ; aim kiciu mm-n, imiuuiu ,w
Csen. Thomas telegraphs from Chattanooga '
(Jet. 'i'Hh. Since the tight of the night of I
tlie 2th the enemy has not dielurUd us.
(n. Hooker took many prisoners amon-
whutn were four officers and five hundred
other men. He also captured nearly a thous- ljair,.ut AVhile the barber was busy a gi n
aml cnfiekl rifles. His lossjivas 350oflicers and licm!La ia tu abuse the 'Jovernment with
men, killed aixl woundeii. th(. copujncps of an Amasa Parker and the
All the wav from lndiaiiaili. to Nash- j ardor of a Sunset Cox. There was nothing
ille, iiuuiene nmnlsTs ol wapm and large ,,c to be attributed to it, and gorilla was
ouantities ol forage, army stores, and Heavy
Intteries of artillery, together with any
amount of bridge timbers, are en route to the
Iront. Tlie railroad bridge at llridgcport is
alwut finislsed .is well as tliat over Falling
Waters, near Clwttanooga.
Then, as soon as fifteen or twenty days'
supplies for the army are placed in LhatUin-
., and the ljnlanec or the ninforcemente
n-aehMirant. he will JHish aftor Itragg.
The Iouisvillc Journal learns that b. 11.
U, Wheeler, Koddy and Forrest are in the , w(nc mrn arc .,-,! cnullgh men to pro
wghborbood of Hecatur, Courtland and j tu.ta.lin,.t tu;0 infamous dcsjiotism. I thank
r .. . . . r . trilh
luHMimoia.soum oi me icinier. ..,
lirreof 15,0011 caralry, prcjurcd to opr-
the line of Gen. Grant's coniinunica-
" as irty ol tlium were receiiuy
tuml m Maury county, Teiin., and sent to,
V-.l-.n. r. ...J i,, li,rp hi-cn '
.-OT.iiii,. rmreMia irjwiw i
'"aodid again in tbe tattle near Tuscumbu
the 21th nit.
ilsnti b from Charlw-ton, Oct. 30th,
-a.T- Hi. Iwmbardment ol Fort Sumter to
'Ux is tli,- heaviest that ha jet token place,
r'lom suivlown on XYnliiesda v until sundown
" Thurtslay fiures 1216 sbiit from fifteen-
uteli mortars ami thrM-liumlrt'l pounder
rarrutt guns tlutt have Uin thrown apiin-t
the fun . I ur lot w se.cn wounded.
flu wmy ot-ned frutu the mortar hat
ir at Cummin;; s Pmnt. hhi the orth-'-..sl
sid of the Flt, wliieli si in- to Is.' the
I-eial ulifeet d their altark. Flie enemy's ,
1 iiiertes nrja-ed wire thoM at -rej:s ant
Wagner, tlw tvntral lattery and (.iiituuitij's
I'.iint Imtu rv nitli the adsiitum ol .tlinv
Ai "nitors. I"he lswilMriliiMiit d t'.irt Suin
'. r -till ,ies mi. lait tlie tin- i- mm h sktek
'... !ur Uuunes Itiesi'iul. and ikliUr
ai Tlie enetuy at ime-ent Jsiys ih altcn
Inn. FiailVllU e oululHU USX". I'H d Oi'elini--i,
'ill miles et ol llaton li.n.e, on tlie
J'-. .til Tun je LXpedilione .u:e filling
iiut at New Urleair-, one of which was to he
.!. e uuiuinied I,'. n. Ilauk-. KriditKm
.i.. ii-., mi ,i .ii.uk i, it" r.li-siv.ipr., .uid
,:.s.'l' . i' .. '.i-i j,r.,t'U li,- ljti.ll ilea
li'jj i d.
Two thousand Arkansans have Ism en-
r, in. ...lmitrcre in the Union ranks,
i-conlinj hi tl.e.cH-l.acx-o.inUol.tlic re-
1,, . Virginia !n une can;
il ly cunc. .ilin;; thenvltt in a pine thicket.
Tlie account bap : -'Any accident the acci-
d.ntal di-charge of a pistol would hate ill.-
ilm-ed our position, and then, in viewoitiic
.i.cruliciiniiig iorceof the i-nrmy, uiitluri).
awaited us hut destruction orcurrender.lt
us resulted, a the lieet thine that could be
dune miner the circumstances, to desert the 0f employments!, ciccpt 4 who report thcin
nine pieces- of horse artillery, and for the (c;vin as hat ing no husinctw and who ought
cavalry in six columns to cr.dravjr to cut to receive special attention from recruiting
thiir wav through the enemy. Hut allcr offieen. hi:nit members hair been in tlie
wine rillectioii Stuart rceoi.cu noiwamnu-
r.. . I l.:il ..iT .,r.u-
lUIIT. IMll IVIIIIlMIIUIIl moo on n.v ItiL oi niu
r.,l ll ;,.,mp.i;t.?v threw r,.rxinr,l .
Ciiattvnooui, lenn., Oct. 2J.
of his regiments, and took lth at the .int - -
ol the Imvunet. ilriving the enemy from his Himintu. Kvery f.mily u liable loan at-hrea-torks
and across Ijokout Creek. In Uck of ,h,s 'i'tresing corat lxint. Children
thi. Lrillunt suecisover their old adversary ' lre Particularly suhject to sore throat, which
the conduct ol the officers: and men of the , ? r ' a,,'k of t'rl-"v hen far away
II ik o,i, ..,i,l ,,. ,h.. I ..-i from the docturs care. mny lives are lost hy
1 s i
c-t prai-e. for thi loo fatil di-ise. To all households we
t.hO. II. 111U.MAS. .Ma), (.. n. wouM recommend Kenncly's Kheiimatic Lini
laeiit. Col. Shirlv of the 1st Middle Ten- I "'cnt. usel as a g-irglc in the throat, as a sure
tfc.trv. -it-i-keil llakins and other
ui.mb ttlief mMr plt.v faeu.ry, on Fri-
AUjOTTCH l'.iv. Assignees ami others bold
ing orders for aUotteil pvy of the 1st Kegiweut
of Vennoot Cavalry, are hereby notified that
returns hate been received for May, June, July
and August, ami that this office is nrermred to
pay the saaw received in the usual way.
John B. Pjioe,
Kalland, Oct. 26, 1H33.
Kibe. On Wednesday morning, alwut 2
--- - . . ,
two miles north of the village, avus burned
to ground. His wife's mother, an old lady
agpi about 0 venrs, jcri-hed in the llames ,
the rest of the family barely ceoaping in
their niht clotht. Plattsburgh .NiirinW
Koinb t'r. John Mitchell ws brought
before Justice llollcnheck Friday and
(wo ml up in $100, charged with running sub
stitutes out of the State.
Tourists to Ijadoo, will be happy to learn
from a London letter that " (iarroting has
certainly set in for the season. A groat
many oases have occurred."
A democratic editor in the evada Terri
lorv mvs nf the defeat of his party in that
city " We met the enemy yesterday, and
we are out on parole this morning."
The First Sitr Tow..atr a
rut 1'laI L SXNTIHE-NT. The
.Years says to its readers .
.. j r,rf0r oner BUek RrmMieant
jjrt tvaTi B triumph tie Vcr
phis is an important avowal and should be
uy UI hj. aU OJai veters. Tlie suc-
Qf lne Democratic tkket this Fall i to
i for tnc promulgation of peace
fur repudiation of tlie policy of
pr(kH.,ltjnc the war.
Thf KREt Yell. The Knglish colonel
who writes to Wockwovl's Magattt' an ac
count of hi association with the rebel army,
when it made its raid into Pennsylvania,
says "The Southern troops-, when charg
ing, or to express their delight, always yell
in a manner peculiar to themselves I he
Yankee cheer is much like ours, but the
Confederate officer declare that the rebel
veil has a lwculiar merit, and always pro
auce a salutary and u-efnl effect opon their
adversaries. A cor is sometimes sj.iken
of as a good yelling regiment."
ti . . lu,t three thirnTs at Waslioe,
big mines, little mines and whiskey shops;
in other words, Ophir holes, gopher holes
and loafer holes.
. M..i,.tt .Iinl-i; has dexadeil that a
, "ij '.,. kU wife's letters, on the
ro,ul)itt.rely stated" that the husband
,, t,c wife" nre one, and the lmshoiHl h af
-rrnuountnin is here from l!oston,and dined
... , .,.iar it,, sac,, that little Mrs.
, y jaJa trcmcn(l0lls copperhead, liecauf
wf hu!hftnJ oncc liTe,i m ew Orleans ; and
, ... iiavc her boy d
too mild a name lor tnc sangunwi o-
n i We all tflincs ooer-
. ... , I ..nl .Vho is
cion was tnc most 10 ucucuwu.--- --- -
. .., i I i im,
Mfe if coercion is to ne auuui-u .
r;ght has this government to coerce sovi.niu
iSttti-s? . . . ,
LitUe Mrs. fairly treniMe.1 witn
, delight, and at the first piusc in the torrent
, f talk she stepjs-d forward.
Kxcuse me, sir I am unknown to jo .
but my whole heart responds to your most
,.. n,.rous sentiments. I am glad
you, sir, in thenameoi iiiegiui'"'
, J,. .throns whom the Gove
, gji- endeavoring to coerce.
h(jut . thaut yoUi tir.
xi.c -entleman bowed
. b ., . .i i I
said that he vras
.1 l., a aemmthv I
very napiiy tnai imy uu-u..-,.-.j
and v,ihcl her a good tnornin-. Ho went out.
The moment the door was closed little -Mre.
V asked, with enthusiasm, for the name
nf s.1 intrtotic a lenlleman.
. Vhr m.irni. eicu'eme, ao you reimiu-
l.r the .has sI.oe.l a woman and ta II
tilled lier, Hnc years ay
thc State Prin ?"
ana was "-ufc
" Veil, marui. this is the chap, llecamc
lck vcsn-riUy. and he naturally g'.es aS.n
- .. '
"Tittle"'!. V M not t.U the stnry.
Niid Trinioiinl-iiii. '"'t the lwrl-r did.
. . I l.p uMlilll.
I ... . 1 ,.,-i...l lire on
iuslioll- isi.K.1"!- -
fleet, which r. turnisl it. :.
Atdi.sk the toe.il wasin lliuic" ir tl
aa.ru. Thrtt; lorts wen- -.leneal w 1 1 1 1 -L,tl,el!eet,.
ilettn kil!"I ami tl.iry-mm-
Cai.Uin, (sosl-nc, l tnc Kur.ajuv an
Willuiott wire killed.
Thf Km:u.. .V in JrAs.-lto.-.l-. lRTlj t,,c ,.otu1:1, On N,t-t.y e.en.,.;a
i.eXnd M.. Cair,.. ha.e Urn reeriv.-I 'tfrfn a T--I """fYA"!. K.tud ..f the rrll catalry atlackcl our
T trX -n!.-.. ll"l"ll.l!T.,"' ". ''T xandfsn"' V ckcts at Warrenton hut were npiW.
Aim luin- at an end. the liriti-h llt UsiV. fot. an J ao ih1 CInle Molt pur- casualties.
tMli.m lH.ii j, at ' K h ,,n- LVu-bere. 0n Sunday a Lieutenant was opt. red
.111 Us t.)sltlon'l'l'J "e ' , ".....Tertkulsrsapply t" :.u: ,"il, nf A radc's head-iuarter-
The Beet then stood out engaging the
whole of the batteries.
Thcc'tris one tliass oT ruins palaces,
factories-, arsenals. Ac,, ,
ti : .'.! 11 i i
yE Vr. Hocse or Kei-hesentative. ' Hie
whole nuuuV-r of members of the House is
"jl. (If these, f the manual i correct.
143 an-firmer!., 10 are merchants, 14 are
lawjere, 11 are clcr);ynien, 6 are phjticianc,
and t,c remainder arc encaged in a variety
army, incluiling .Mr. liullard of St. Jnhns-
tlic rest are nf various shndr nf liidipr
ing one Unitarian, one Mormon, .Io. Had- '
?:M their native towns.
not hwinc on hand
e,lre ,,r 'l cases or -Kre throat, and a sure pre-
ventntive of a fatal result in the case of 1'ipthc-
tVcnxrsnAr, Nov. t.
FLOCK, The market to-lay i very firm. Sales
of Western superfine at 6 00 6 so ; of common ex
tras at S7 m T ; medium extra at 7 50 tt s 25.
Corn quiet. Ve inmte Western mixed f I 1'2 I IS,
and Western yellow at (I I" Ut I I". Oats are
eteady. We quote Western and Canada ut 76 fit &2c
liusbel. In nje.ealesat'flMp bu-h. Shirts
are quiet at J.V7 to 38 and Fine Feed and Middlinp
at Veto ptun.
PROVISIONS Perk is firm, bales nf prime at
112 50 1350s nessat1617; clear I9 20 e
bbl, cas. Beef Is finn, with sales of Eastern and
Western mess and extra mess at $14 & 16 bbl.,
cash, as to quality. Lard Is quiet. Sales In bhls.
and tierces at lllc, and in Vess at ll.'i 13c e ,
eah. bnoked Hams are 12 ft 12jc. for new. But
ter is arm at -X G 2se f"r Sod and choice, and at
St tt e ft for romraon. hee remains tteady
at 1209150 tb for eommen to pod. asto quality.
CAJinilinKK CATTI.K .V1AIIKKT.
Wedsesdav, Not. t.
At market 'XfT-i Cattle, abnt 141 Beeves, and 272
Stores, conaistinc of Working Oxen, Cows, one, two
and three tears old.
Market Beef-extra pewt., t ejBSu.
Firet quabty, J 7 50 fS m.
Second qnaUty, $ OS IS 6 50.
Third quality, (luoait'js
Working Oxen, ( 1130 1C0 per putt.
Cow and Calres, 1X5, 35 at 50.
Yearlings, tl I..
Two J ears old. l-22.
Three years old. iOH X.
Sheep and Lambs, le at market. Trices, In lots
flSUJ 50C 375. Extraand rclsctlon;.)5a.
Hides, Hi ?9e f tb , Telts, 1 1 (? i 25 each ;
Calf Skins li 14c.
Tallow, 81 9c.
The market to-day was quite lively and sales
quick. There was quite an Improvement In the
qasllt of beef cattle. I -ait weeks price were
fully su'tained There was about ia more sheep
and lambs than last week. The old sheep sold
MILDIBKS. TO TIIK B1XTBU
Vounc men, nohinE into tbe exioures and dan-
;ers of a Soldier's life, should prepare themselves
for use fatal Fevers, the Dysentery, the Sorts and
Scarey, wbloh are almost certain to follow. H0L-
LOWAVS TILLS, nted ocoadonally Unrm; the
campatcn, will Insure ouod health to every man.
Only cents per box -'' '
WHAT II tIlB.MA Wild. BB
without Ir. Tobias' Venetian Horse Lmiacnt.
Tarsros, Mass., May 11 in, Issfl.
Dr. Tobias . lear Sir During 35 jears that I
hare been in the ItTery mulneaa. 1 nave useo anu
sold a preat qaantity of varKms liniments, oils, wo.
Some two jears since, hearmp si to many wonor-
ful cures ha viae been made by year V enruan Lnu-
ment, I tested Its merits, and it has si Ten tfce best j
or satMiacilon oj anjinwi; i cn ' '
sold anythins that fires such urjrereal satlsfactlOB
amonj; horsemen. It is destined to supersede all
Vne.rs. truly, 4c, Saicm. Wili.
Sold by all dnnorisU- OMrc, 56 OorUudt street.
New York. Trios 50 cents for plat some.
WHAT IS IT J
What is it that blackens grey whiskers in are
What ettanses red hair to a rioh and saawtooas
What Dye contains neither lime, load, nor nitrate
What Dye sires the least trouble and is most
quickly applied '
What Dye is the only one analyied and pro
nounced safe '
What Dre produces the moet peruianeat eflect :
flllSTADOI'tl'S KXCEUMOK HAIR
DVE, Manufactured by J. CRISTADOIU), 6 Attor
House, New York. Sold ever where, and applied
bv all Hair Dressers.
Prir.. . 11.50. and $1 per box, according to site.
i;lllllSTAIHRO'S IIAIII l'ItlKItVA
TIVE, is inraluablo with his B) e, as it imparts the
utmost sonness, the most beautiful gloss, and jreat
Price 5.. cents, tl, and 12 per bettle, accordint to
A .lIVMOI.OUICAl. VIBW OF MAR
oi.r.t. Containine nearly 3iO pases, and 130 Bne
nates and Enerarlnis of tlie Anatomy of the Sex
ual Organs In a state of Health and Disease, with a
Treatise on Self-Abase, Its Deplorable Consequences
ujKin the Mind and Body, with the Author's TUn or
Treatmtnt-tho only rational and successful mode
of cure, as shown by the report of cases treated. A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contem
olatihg marriage, who entertain doubts of their
condition, bent free of postac to any address, on
receipt of i cents. In stamps or postal currency,
j bylddressmr Dr. LA CR01X, No. 31 Maiden Lane,
Altany, N'. V.
Oct. 10th. O,wom
iuibdvk : iiairuvk:: batch
exor's Celebrated Hair Dye "i '-'' ','
The only harmless, true and reliable Dye known.
Thi splendid Hair Dye is Fcrfeetchanrei Red.
RustvorCrey Hair, instantly to a Gfsssy Bori or
Va"r7 From., without injurins the Hair or Stsin-IibeSkin-lesnn!:
tbe Hsir boft and Beautiful.
u.i..u, .- - .i.,-iir,ris-
j Bad Dye. j
iiw"11'" . . .-.iinir i
L u .lisd W1LLUM A. BATCIIELOR.
., ...tlttion-. and should beavoid-
ed. Soldbj.I. .Kn Cs
LAY ..N. V B HEtoKS
roa Dsessivotbe Ill.
June 23. ly.
On the pr.uiiso.
'1'IIK FVART PARL0 J'KIL The m-t
1 jsvrwci nniwicu vuh w
IYcwn of the Week:
FURIOUS litfTJ RAISIN
HK.T OF FORT SUJITKR
fa..., 11,,-co Kl.rll rr.
! . "IICIIS 111! lliril
' into Charleston.
lijslit anticipated on the
Till'. CAVALRY MOVING TO Till!
.MoMrmi.R, Xoy. 3.
The House lane spent the morning in die-
cussing and perfecting the hill to amend the
provide for the ae-
i-sed hy a vote of
ill was introduced
cussion to tlie cuni-
niittec on printing.
MoMPKLIER, Nov. Itll.
The llonsc adopted a joint Itesolution this
morning, providing for final adjournment on
Friday 1. M. next. The Senate referred the
Resolution to the Coinmittecon final adjourn
ment. The general opinion is the l-gila-ture
cannot adjourn Friday next. The
Militia Dills arc lieing thrown o.erbonrd and
so di-jNiscil of; only one now remains not re
jected, and that is in the hands ol the senate
printing cunimittcc. The Essex Co. 15. K.
bill has not yet ln reported and the hill
providing for the Union of the Colleges i
still in the hands of a select committee.
Nkw York, Nov. '3.
V. G. Shanks, the correspondent of the
HtraM at Nn-h.ille, under date of the 2tith
ult. mentions a statement to the effect that
a oorjw ol llragg's army was pushing up the
vally towards London and Kingston.with the
purpoc of attackin; Gen. ISurnside. This
movement on Gen. Thoma's flank hy a portioa
of llragg's army i' not unexpected and tho
information i startling only Iwcausc wo arc
told that F.wcll is in command. Of late we
ha.e lum told tliat Ewell's corps had moved
to llragg's aid ami now eotnes this statement
that the same commander has moved op the
It is also thought that Gen. Grant in jier
son will rcni.iin here. It is lielieved by all
that the active oiierations of tho season are
over and efforts witl he confined to prepar
ing for acme labor in the spriog. The or
ganising ol" Gen. Thoma's Army and keeping
it active, are of a herculean character and
one in which Gen. Thomas will uctj!einv;tl.
01 late the rebels having been testing tortc
does in a new manner UMlay succeeded in
blowing up another locomotive, being the
third in four days.
New Yok, Nov. 3.
The IleraltTt Army of the Potomac dis
jwtcb id' tbe 2d inst., says Moshy still lives
and about fifty of his guerrillas were seen at
Centrerille this morning. Another dash
has burn made by them, this lime capturing
tbe cattle guard of Ituford's division within
a mile of Warrenton Junction. All is quiet
along the lines.
liosro.N, Nov. 3.
Yerv little interest seems to be taken in
the election in this city Unlay, except in two
or three wards where the vote is likely to l
clo-e. The polls opened at nine o'clock and
will close at lialf toot four. Tho following
was the vote of ltjston lor tiovernor, at
noon Andrew 179i, I'ainc '.'21 majority
for Andrew r-T.v In Itoxbury at half jost
eleven, Andrew was 600 ahead.
The following is the complete vote of Hall
Andrew IT, Paine 1. Vote la.t year. An
drew Is, Devtns 10.
Sr. ici, Nov. 3.
The complete returns indicate a radical
majority in this city of 200 o.er the oom
bi nation of Dem-icrate and Conservative.
This does not include the soldiers' vote which
as far as heard lrom is about uuanimoofly
radical. Sdalia has gone radical by a ma
jority of 17. St. Joseph is estimated at a
radical majority of 24".
A dessitch from Jeuersm City says Col
County give about 200 radical majority.
A deitch from l.M.venwoTth says Re
turns from various j.)inte indicate a very full
vote and the I'nion ticket receives) 2.1,000
Chicago, Nor. 3.
The election for County OaWsers to-day
passed off quietly. The vote of the city is
between fourteen and fifteen thousand. The
Republican majority is about 2300. The Toto
in the County will" prohahly increase it to
Return from the interior are very meagre
but show I'nion gains.
Nkw York, No. I.
A Folly Island CArilmdut of the 7'imsj
writing Oct. 30th suites tbe firing upon Sum
ter and otner nis-i worR- n- muwuuii
ilay and night since the commencement on
Sumter is lcing rapidly reduced to a con
dition that will make it totally uelps for de-
fenire purposes. Its jers tor ojieratmg
oflenfiiely ha.e been knocked from it weeks
ago. The seaface wall i comjiletely de-
ruoll'hiil expo-mg 10 view a Bire -m.iii .i
the interior of the Fort.
The rclicl flog was shit away to-ds and
was replaced shortly atterwards. It is fly
ing this morning from its usual position.
From time to time three monitors hae jsir
ticiisttcil in the assault.
Yesterduy afternoon a steady Ere was
maintained" by two monitors. The Ironsides
has not cngjged as vet. The three shells
that were thrown into Charleston Monday
morning have not been followed by others.
It was designed to open a regular bomUird
mcnt on the city the same day but lor some
reason the orders were countermanded.
Our guns arc directed mostly on Fort
Sumter. The rebels reply irregularly and
apparently with conidcrabIe reluctance. A
few shell "have been picked up which bear
marks of not lieing over a week from the
The enemy lias noi oonu us n .unim ui
'Monday afternoon the punbont I'a-vnee
ascended Stono River to a point nearly a
mile alove Ixrsarcsvillc.
which the reliels had heen contructms on
James Island was unmasked and the work
inc party driven off.
At 10 A. M. to-day the firing on our part
and ranid. With such a ehowcr
rainin- on it. It does not seem probable that
3 can afford even a rock" for shelter.
Whatever repairs the enemy may have made
i,A r..f. Itrn ur thrwi weeks it is evt.
M l.lliu ." j ,
dent tho new works are swallowed up m tho
The primary object of the firins was to
prevent the enemy iroiu muunun nuu.
lien. (j'Imorc lias l'sueii an orutr ranuug
i-dallion of honor to brave soldiers.
New Voek, Nov. I-
The WorltTs distatcn lrom asniniou
Advil from the army show
that the reliels intend torcsitouroccupyin
the Kappahannock to rebuild tho railroad
It nnd a con-iderable colli-ion sccni
l.T tuirrillas who set him at lUtrty aiur
n"d Will: him of hie horse and ttitiipinrnt.
It is rctairtcil tlrat a numKriitrclielspH--,
in Union uniforms, penetrated our Imp on
Similar, and two of them weie rai.ti:n-d.
Thc'cAvalrr have moved to the front, and
mora active operations art anticipate.!.
... , j.umi..1. fr..i tKi Arniv til
New York, Oct. 4.
TwqitvfgW eountit in thin Mate give
Utv, Gnion randidaie ("t ix-c. or State.
-".IJ.'illniB-ority for M. John, tfcuiotrutic
, ii'i uiiijunijr. iiiiriiu vnn.tw
eandidiir I'niou nujority in 11 cntintiO
o'Uiitieh to hiiir lrom.
Xiw Yoiiii, Nov- -t-
Ih-lwt li.ili.TTt ,mLiii tin- fiilliiwilllf :
I'i ti in ' i tl ( ."if'f mil thr t". hy l.ubll-hlns this or er three week U;-ce-I
A-..U.CH .... -' ) r "-"' ' ,)r,.lv ' ;kUJtot7. d.ylsneil. In the Outline-
Ikiy N. Imis says that U'O lankre." undir r; rnt priuUit in liurliniton. In said Du
rum f the suBUoat louinualorc, landed at ' Irfcri
.ha, pi-ice on the 2M surprised and attack- ..-..Bai W
ol Hit r.nalry, wounding one man slightly vitricI. Uien and there to contest tlp Himnee vt
Militant. .Marshall thniuili the insiv. inry
rec:ipturil four prisoners recvntly taken,
hurnd four Iwun-s, plundered the place and
carrel oil' sonic negrws.
Xiw York, Jiov. -I.
titld so'il to-d..y at 1 liij.
lioMON, Nov. I.
HeCirns from 1'Jti towns gi.e Andrew a
iiiajurtv of over -1(1,01)0.
Th l!e..ubliis.n Sutte Tick.t, all the lje
iiulilitan Senatorial Chtiilidati", and I!c-
pnbhran and 1 1 Itom.cra.ic Kepitati.es
arc eVvtcd. It is a full J'eputdcjin ictory. '
MlLWAl KEK, No. 3.
11. r M;l.Pnl-.-. P:iitiu'r
,,, . . .. . .-:
(I)cm.) lor (lo.crnor 1000 majority, union
gain 2200. Ijrge Union gains all ocr the
State. The 11. publican 'ioojority in the'
Mate will n-adi 1A,OOU.
Newark, X J., Nov. o.
The Assembly will probably stand four
Heniocrats to he Kepulilican a Itepubli- ,
can gain of two. Keecx and Sussex counties
ha.e probably gone Democratic.
..... u ,i. i.i. ti.. t
Noiember3d, at the residence of Mr. John Her-
nek bv Rev. L. li. Ware, Mr. V. R. Shaw to Miss
! : c l .
1b Burhnston. Oct. astb. Trof. T. K. Molt, seed j
In Kast Cliark.tte, Oct.'JS, Mr. Nimael dris.
apl ns jears and s months.
Mr. ilrlcji was a resident of Central New Vork
till be came to Illnesbarsh seme feur jears a fee
reside witn his daughter, the wife of Lieut. A. E
Lea ren worth
In lllne-bors. Nov. I, Katie, daughter of Wm.
Leonard, aged It.
Also, Not. i. Seth Weller. Z& jears and?
months. He name to lllnesburgh with his mther
when H year" of are, rsearly TS years aso, arsl died
on the plaoe where he has since lived, an upright
man and an est limed enisen.
In Jericho, Oct. M, of cim(asttoB of the brain,
Deacon Albert Lee, aavd 3 Tears
CLOAKS fJIOAKN. CLOAK'S.
CtLOAKS enoecb to clonk tbe eommunlt. which
e propose ti do ty always aa.e and pr..bl.l)
ar selUnl Tmore cloaks than any other establish
ment In the Estate, which Is evtdwne that we ar
sellinc them cheap at the
II K V. II I V 17
law beet Ncmss to ha totad aaa bs seta at the
B F,E HIVE
rlaaaels. ir ,
Carpels ami Oil Cloths.
Corner Coalers and Church Si's.
HANK Of ill-RLI.MJTON.
VT a Meeting of the Board of Directors, thi day
held, it was
Hesolved, That a meetlnr of the buckholders of
this Hank be forthwith called to see whether they
will reconsider the vote passed at their last annual
meetin; respecting Use acceptance of the i barter
of the Bank, and to see what further action they
will take as to said extension.
Accordingly. 1 hereby clve notice thai :a nieelinc
of the MkuaMera of tho Bank of Ilurllngtim will
1 held at their Danllnr House on Thursday, l"e
eember 3d. IrM, at one o'olock P. 31.. far the abo.e
named purpose. n. r.. 00LE. C.rfuer.
V.r I. IS3. dAwJw
rillllbdsyrfeel.ed.a nioe lot of Apple (.huncci
1 for-leat C. 1IIAT..
KEIMMIXK Oil- KKHO-KXK Oil.
"VV0W in store. Sit bhls. Kerosene Oil, which will
l be sold at the lowest market price.
C. L. HAKT, No. 4 Bank Block
Ltltl) Oil. LA III) Oll-
t FEW Bbls. of the best Winter Rendered Lard
A Oil, frr sale al
C. L. HARTS. No. 4 Bank Block.
I'RAXC'.S ALIlf.M I'ICTritKS
J soms. W:ood Mosses. American Birds. Hummlns
of twelve assorted copies, In lastefuUv printed En
velopes. Elegant for presents or for SUins blank
iiui. i!..i.p ffi. r America, ic ruL up ,u rc
I velopes. Elegant for presi
' fe.srph "
AIUUU IUU I'll I'lu.unu-
i Ja.t recti,ed snd tor sale by
, C. i
C O. FRENCH A CO.
RIFXK A- R1TLE I'RACTICK.
J y.sn.1,ntary treatise upon the theory of Rifle
AN' elementary treatise upon me tneory oi nm,
firini Explaining the cause cf inaccuracy of
tire and the manner of correcting it i with de - crlp -
timi of the Infantry RiSes of Europe andtbelnlted
States, their balls and cartridges. ByC. JI..WL-
eov. United butajarmj
For sals at
rilHE second B.sk of th- Nr.w Go.rrt or Pxacr.
1 Ju.t received at HLNTINI.TON-S,
! RTlCyi.A R NOTICE.
Aay one who wishes to purchase a
CI.O.IK OR .STi.IIVs,
AI.PACOA OK EMl'Mia CLOHI.
Is inritM to examine lyods and prices at
111AKIE.S rim isoi.
s V ARPEP.'si MOSTHLY for Novcrnber.
JJ. ATLANTIC rn"n:eit KKiTIw0T0.V8.
PI1II.O DOOLITTI-K'S TATK
STATE OF VERMONT. ) rniIEIIonorMthe
JTeT otMmmn. $ Protawtourtfor
To mil pcrnons Intrrcs'.rtl tn t tiie i iun
TK)lltUe. late i.r Bmliniton. In nH PWrict, ile-
ttWA., Ml.!Co-l(f,Tlh fflprri Ui aoth isy
of 'otcuiWr ntit, fdr the feMlemrnl nf the wlmin
i,ttlin account if the Aitmtnljrntnr t the ejtute
f naiil iIkci-w!, and ordered that uMle notice
thereor lie J3ven to all er!"iii mieteneu in !i t-
(ilren under mi band, Ihl, Jth day uf Ji'member,
A. l. isia.
IM A. C. D1X0S, Register.
DK.VXIS DE.VKt'GIl'S ESTAT-
STATK OF VERMONT. rp
HIE Honorable the
IiisiHiiT or ClimrADEv.
Probate Court fur
f Im. Ili-lrirt nf fhlt!nn,.n
To all iicraons Interesteil In the etate of Dennis
Iteneudi, late of Milton, in said District, deceased,
t! RECTI VG.
Whereas, said Court hath alzned the JSth day of
'ovemler next for the settlement of the admlnistra
tiirti account or the Ailminl-tratrix of the Estate tf
said deccaed. and orderisl that public notice thereof
teriTen to all j-ersons interested in sjld estate, by
rtM , ,ne a'jned, In
the Ilurlinton rree
!rcs. nrlbteil in Rurllncton. in said District.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear at
the Probate (Vurt rooms, in ftnrllneton. on the day
aligned, then and there tooontest the allowanco of .
saw account, il .ounce cau-c.
(ii.enuwlcr my hand, this 31st day of October,
A. I. !. ,Vnv r, .
A. C. DIX0. Register.
IllVIl) MACOMItEirs KVTATK.
irE the Subscribers, having been appointed by
the Honorable the Probate Court for tho Dis
trict of Chittenden, c'ommlioners to receive, exam
ine abdaiinist the claims and demand, of all per
sons. aaint the estate of David Mscoml er, late. if
ed insolvent, awl also all claims and demands
exhibited in offret thereto ; and six months from the
day of the date hereof, being allowed by said Court
for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice
tnaiwe will aiiemi 10 me ous'orsBoi vui ...ui-
mwrt-lt ibe dwelling of widow Rhoda Macoojber,
in Wetrd. slid District, on the sixteenth days of
Janoary awl April next, at lo ..-clock, A. M., on
Dated this 16th dav of October. A. D. IsCJ.
"'.'" "' .
H U ItAT10A LLbT. . I f.m,.
KAN.NV CLARK'S KSTATK.
rplIESulscrlbcrs, harln; been appointed by tho
X Honorable Probate Court for the Districts
1 1 rand Isle, Commissioners, to receive, examine and
adjust all claims and demands of all person against
tbe Estate of Fanny Clark, late of booth Hero, de
ceased, and all elalms.and demands exhibited in off
set thereto , do hereby Rive notice, that six months
from the th day of September, IsnJ, are allowed
by said Court to the creditors of said deceased to
exhibit and prove their respective claims before us;
and that we will attend to the duties of our appoint
ment at the late dwelling house of said deceased on
the -.Mb day of December next and on the tb day
of March, IsM, from 8 o'clock A. M. till t o'clock P.
M. on each of said da) s. .....
liiven under our hands at South nero this 19th
da) of October, 193.
WALLIS M0TT, ICommis-DERASTl-S
CENTER. J sioners.
t'ARM FOR VII.K.
I RARE CJ.YCE FOR A BJRGJIX.
Sl-YTV-Eiirht Acres of Rood Land, known as the
Cbaancy Pierce Estate, situated four miles from
Hinesburzh Centre In the Town of Hlneeburjra,
County of Chittenden. The place Is wttL w.i.
raatD, a good ilorsa and on boiuiisos ; also,
TEN ACHES of TluSER Land situated one mile
east of tie old estate, will be sold in connection
with it. Also, bro. sand Faasiiso Tools.
Persons wishing a farm will do well to examine
this tana before purchasing elsewhere.
For f""itxnxLA pIERCEi
us tn niaee.
:tenden Co., V:
Hinesburzh, Chittenden (
Tor Old Vt. ItCriiiiicnts.
Sir. - BOITMT and Paimix for aecepUWe
-lUti " Veteran Recruits."
C-Jfl.T OFFERED for "New Recruits." Par,
VjU Twrsrr DoLLaas r Month, beldes
ULuraiso, Rations, ic.
Mas enlistlnE can tola a Caeao-y, fasrrji, or Jr.
Capt. tt Vt- Vols., Reeraltuu: Omeer
omoe over Commercial Bank.
Burlington, Vt, Nov. i, I-! wtf
r WILL sell at Public Auction to tb hlckestbid-
I ., , ... . : iw! Jnror', Room in the tourt
House in Barliaetua on batnrday the 5th day of
December, l-63, at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon, tu
fcllowtn-property left In the store House of the
Champiain TraasportaUon Company, uaciauned
No. 1 Carpel baE. I 'pair pants. No. 2-Trarel-llni:
bar. I knife, I lasor, I daguerreotype. No. 3 -I
traverilnsbas. 'ishiru. J pair drawers. No t-l
mtelltatTW. 4 vesu. No. i-Travelltns has. 1
shawl. I pair slips, 1 shirt. I cloak. No ft I trav
ollinitbacri -atta vest, No. 7 1 travelling baa;, I
shirt. No. 81 UaselUns bar, 2 pair drawers, 1
1 ..I nrul.r .InlllM 1 DAir SOCkS. 2 Caps. NO.
41 bundle, eontaialnr bed. No. n-Travellmc
bac. 1 pair rubbers. I pair hoots, J shirts, 1 nask.
VTr , . . , r.ln-- - 1 letter addreed to Ma.
Iom Hnmnhrev. I coat. I nsdr pant'. I shirt. No 12
il -i sbirtji. 1 iir socks. N. 111
iravalllnaTbar. 1 shirt. 1 ve-ts. 1 silk hdkf, raior
itrop. .. I prajer book, letter to r. leTeno.
Montreal No. II I satchel. I coat. 1 pair pants, I
,r. No. 13 1 champarne bosket, 2 shawls. I
bm calico, le. No. 16 t strlwd travelUnc bac.
irti, I collar. No. 17 1 travellln; baz, 2 pair
new shoes, 7 ootton shirts marked James Morris,
I ik.. K-v
' ..... v.. . .kin, I coat. 2 nair nants. No. 231
! Hiiis'ha l nalr wool drawers. I cotton shirt.
1 va Billow else". 1 silk hdk'fs. No 151 trav-
.lllo-he- I nair wool pants. 2 shins. No 27 I
uarelllnrbsr, I pair shoes. No 2.' hor-e Man,
r... i hima. 2 baiters No 29 Kl bazs
No 3ft TTunk, cotton shirt". I wool do , b pocket
itdk-fs. I pair socks, 1 pair drawers, I vest. 2 collars,
1 clothes brush. No el Trunk, I letter siri.ed
Francis Layton, 3 'birts. I pe rlnat, I pair pant..2
reals. I ciatl,
I nalr shoe. o. J2 I .runs. I
brash. 1 raaor
3 shirts. 1 rest. 1 pair pants. No 33
v Lstiers to Beni. Reed, three Rlrers, 1 pair
of boots, I rasor. 4 shirts, I bdk-fs. No 34-1 trunk.
. i- -i .otw! ealloo dresses. 2 hoods. 2 bra's
ceadle sticks, i skirts. I white skirt, I silk ooVd
cushion No 331 valise, J shirt", 1 mr socks. I
brash bnaan. N'o 361 trunk, 3c.ttensbirts, 1 pair
drawers, 4 books. 2 cotton shirts, 4 wool do., 2 pair
pants. 1 ooat, 3 ve-ts. 1 pair socks, 1 pair boots. No
4n , .v n SMhnrv- rtochester. 1 broad doth
cost, 2 pair pants. 3 hdk-fs, 2pairsock-. 4 shirts. I
pair drawers. I pair shoes. I flannel shirt. No 3
I trunk, 3 cot too shirts, 2 wool frocks. I weed ooat, I
, , ni, hnea. I (lr stoekinr". No 39
l trunk, Fresl. Lawrood. Plattsbnrgh, -2s sMits, 2
pair pants. I cost. -o.u i . ' !
STirtM nainiants. 1 vest 2 pillew eacs. No ll 1
truak. 2 night dre-ses, 3 pairstockinrs, 2 pair draw-
In., i nnin Sol I trunk. Wm. II.
Davev, Plattsbursh, 1 shirt, caltinc and toob. No
ti i in... i letter directed to Jas. Patrick. Hart
ford, VL, 2 shirts, I pair pants, t pair boots. 1 bat.
No 111 trunk. 2 vesu, J shirts, I coat, t pair linen
facts. No4.l l truua. J KUisuirwa.
nlkdo. Not 1 trunk. 1 letter directed to Jas.
...!. Vnd71 Irnnk. fi shirts. I anron.
i ,.r..4ll4. 2 iair nants. 1 coat. No 4 I trunk
marked J C, 7 cotton shirts. 2 vests.5 flannel shirts
; .v . .....I...... vrt 44 1 trunk. . ral.
raTkTc So7,0-l trunk, 2 nlrht dress,, lOlln.
'Sft.L .ih.. N sil trunk, marked C. P.. 1 shirt,
1 pair socks. N'o32 1 trunk, Sdre-.-es.l chemisette.
1 black Shawl, apron-, i sun "
cotton shirts, i black coat. I satin vest, 2 wool shirts,
i .i-m, nants. I sharinc set. No t I trunk,
I tsk (Jno. E. Lewis). 7 shirts, I satin vest, 1 pair
pants, I coat, 1 wool vest. No5o I trunk, legerae.
' i . i - v u i irnnt. I nairshoes. I nar.
asol, 4 wooi shirts', 5 chemL-cttes, 3 dresses, 2 quilts,
I wool shirt, i pair uo. urawer-, ,
u .... ...k So '.r 1 trunk, marked J. T.
's l trunk, 'Francis Carleton, Stowe, Vt., I pair
choes. 3 pair pants. I smrl. .o i iruaa. i ui.
shirts, 1 frock, I coat (pilot cloth), t pair overalls,
I linen coat. 1 pair boots. No M-l trunk. ' Mrts,
i i I ve-ts. I frock, 3 pair hose, I pair overalls. No 62-
"I . . . . . s a I s.V IIh llMwmall V aastt
1 skein . arn. l suin. t paiaao. . "- -i
irnnk. I letter addressed to Emily Brownell, West
skefiani. r. K.. 2 shirts. 1 pair drawers, 2 quilts,
.Kiun. loth. No 63 1 trunk. 2 boys 2hirts,
2 books. 1 coat. I ia!r pants, 1 frock. N'o 64 I trunk
1 letter aouressea to jiaruu i jwumj.
i . .utef. othtrts. n t trunk.
.i.ul .,.hi.ta. N'o Ail l trunk, crockery. Ac. Ni
t- 'i '.i,nv i shirt, t coat, l bible. No 6s 1 trunk,
check 426, N. V. t SSaratoRa, I book, Wm Heath,
-.. TW- V v.. 7 rlaeuerreotvnes. 2aectbooks,
I quilt. 2 vests, 2 pair pants, 1 shirt, I cap, I black
broad cloth coat. No 651 iruna, snoemasers an.
leather arron. I pair overalls, i coat .-o .o i
Jt 1 IV
I trunk, 2 shirts. I shawl, 2 wool skirts, 3 good
dresses. No 75 Valise, I shawl, I dress, l pr uraw.
ers. No Sat I trunk, artists drawings, I oil painting.
vsi tmnk. No f2 1 travellin: bar. 3 shirts. I
pr wool shirts, 1 vest, 1 pr pants, 2 hdkls, 2 pair
socks. N'o 631 trunk, books, Ac. No S4 1 trunk.
I shirt. I hood. NO b I oag, sundries, iio re
rpetbags. Xosr 1 Dag, i pr pams, e lair., i
ooat, 1 pr shoes. No 55 i cnest, nau. i Donuei.
N'oEi I ba;, Iprdrawers.!t pr linen pant-,1 coat.l pr
black panu, 1 Jacket- N'o 90 t travelling bag.
dresses. N'oSl t rali-e, 5 shirts, 1 prpantstlcoat.
pr shoes. No S2 t bananox, 2 oonnets. io 1
1 ealise,3dreses. Xo tl trunk. 3 shirts. X'oti
; , tranI, children's clothing. N'o. 961 trunk, 2
shirts, 1 shawl. N"o27 I chest, 2pr corsets. No
1 chest, 1 coat, 1 vest, I pr pants. No99 Itrav-
ClUng bag, 1 pr nannei. 1 sum, 1 preocas. .,u
I bandbox, 2 dresses. 0 lui 1 irunr, 1 nearpreau.
I knife. 1 pr drawers, t shirt, I pr psnts,
o IOJ 1 iruna, cioimug.
N'o 1031 trunk, 2 pr
pants, 6 shirts, 2 verts.
p ' N B. FLAX-AGAX. Sheriff.
Burlmrton. Oct. 21st. 163. w!7
.M A X H 0011:
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED
Just Published. In a Sealed Envelope.
ITire iM vein..
1 LECCRE on the Treatment, and Radical Cure
of bpermatorrbo-a, or Seminal Weakness, In-
voluntary Kmlssiens, Sexual Debility, and Impedi-
. .. ,1.-1... m..h1I.. VanmniiiM. I en.
lrSt . VrSlandFils.' Mental and p-stcsl
S wood sblrts. 2 parr urawers. .,o.
bar bar, 2 shirts, 3 hdk'fs. No. 191 carpet bac. 4
shirts. I psdr drawer-, 1 vest. No. Ji-1 basket.
I bonk Mlomer's Iliad), 3 cotton shirts. No. 21-
rinw, t natr rubtiert. .0. 221
vall-e, I pair boot", 3 shirts, 3 collars. 1 pair socks,
I pair pants. I black coat. N'o 71 1 knapsack. I pr
drawers, 3 shirts, 3 hdk'fs. No 72-1 valise. No 73
1 valise, 3 shirts. No 74 1 valise. I Jacket. 2 pair
pants, 2 shirts. I vest- No 73 1 valise. No 76 I
L t Kthlj. 1 rtriirawers. NoTT 1 trunk. No 78
Incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse, Ac. bv Rot
rur J.Cct.viai.El.t, 31. I'- author of tlie r.rtr '
".1 Riionto Thmiiandi of Svfftrert.
bent under seal. In a plain envelope, 10 any a-iurest,
rost ram, on receipt or six cents or two postage
stamps, by Da- CH. J. C. KLIXE.
127 Bowery, Iter Yertr, Fot 02c Bix, t.
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALTB.
T-n "r --
A SURE RELIEF FDR THE SUFFERER.
TUs Salve is a Tcgetable preparition, InTtat-
ti in the 17th century, by Dr. Wst. Giucr,
rorgeon in King James's array. Through its
agency he cured thousands of raost serious sores
and wounds that bafHed the (kill of the most
eminent physicians of his dty, and was regarded
by all who knew him as a public benefactor. !
Ortce'a Celebrated StlT3 cures Borci.
Orice'i Celebrated Salvo cares Scalds.
Grace's Celebrated Salve cores Flesh Wossds.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo cures Corns.
Grace's Celebrated Silvs csres Feloas.
Grace's Celebrated Sslva cares Frotca Hall.
Grace's Celebrated Salve cares Wens.
Grace's Celebrated Stlvs cores Callooies.
Orsce's Celebrsted Sslva cares Salt Eieia.
Grace's Celebrsted Salvs cores Chiltlsiss.
Grace's Celebrated Salve cares Sore Breast.
Grace s Celebrated Sslva cores Sore lips.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo cores Erysipelas Sjres.
Orace's Celebrated Salvo cares Abscettes. i
Grace's Celebrated Salvs cares Dicers. ,
Grace's Celebrated Salvs cores Chapped Hands.
Grace's Celebrsted Salys cores Bisgvoms.
And from Sores and Wounds of the most serious
nature down to a common Pimple. It eradi
cates Pimples from the face, and beautifies the
skin. There is no prep -ation before the public
that can equal this Salve ii prompt and ener
getic action for the speedy cure of external dis
eases, as those who have tried its virtues testify.
Soldiers, Sailors, and Fishermen, will find this
calve their best mend.
. . j , ... , .
..uMiiwuiu. um. u.Mauuj, ucttur.g pioprr- i
lies ox ouier remeuics, ouc cools. Cleanses, srxx
heals the most serious Sores and Wounds.
Every family, and especially those remaining
lccidm, for it wnl UTe &Ka much
cnuaren, should keep a oox on hand la case of
.Mtfceieie- .nA all ;, 1. . t...
trial to cure old and inveterate Sores.
Amehury, 51 ass.
Trice 2 trntn mmd SI err Use.
(treat lann; is made by takinz tho larger size.
Each box has the above eut and the facstmile'ef
the nrocrietor's signature attached to It. which is
iirAinur. . . minimis ...i.,
3-i Hanover Street, Boston,
rieneral Acents for New Ensland.
fi alec's Salve can be obtained at all the respect
able Dracjdets and Country stores everywhere.
Apn. Jin, im. wiyis
War Claim Association
FOR .YEW E.VGL.1.VD.
1IIIS Affsoeiatloa continues to adiust and onllect
X War Claims of atl on the lowest terms. Adrlee
Application .a person or by letter should be made
to their Secretary,
U. TRACY HOWE,
N'e. 1 1 Railroad Exehance, Court Sana's,
B ailen. Mass.
Boston, Sept- to. 1563 l)r
GIIKAT IIATTI.E KXl'KCT Kl).
llany horses probably lo
'HE subscriber otTers for sale at his ntare in
J. dllne.barrh some Jttssa CULTb from two to iva i
jears old. also cows and fat cattle. '
A J. CORBV. ;
HinesbarKh, Oct 22nd lsC3. w3w
MASOX - HAMLIN'S
Patented October 111, 18Ci
1IIB Cabinet Orzsas are pronounced by Artist
I - tho beat of their kind in the world
rerr admirable 'or both nrlrate and public use."
(bee written testimony from mora titan osra sir
ob rnirftha mas! eminent onanists of the leawiar I
eitlea.1 JSaSOB liamiinsuuuuBaenu iwi, icw...
ed the only Gold JIetisl everawarded in tatseoua
try also, ELSrvas MLvaa wEraL. and fourteen
Iitplomas. in au iweway-si re ,
Prices of Cabinet Oreans. rmanufaetured solely
by Mason A Hamlin,) TU to $3. Melodeons, fr
... ... . -,
. t.. instnmors tor wie wiw, ..is...
rra Bremen ts of music for the same, are published
"y.51.-.4."-. . , K I.
IIIHHIRWU vawnM.., -j
Address " Jlsson HanUln. Boston, ' or " Masoa
Brothers. New York."
HOST O X FAIR.
inE Women of New Ends ad haviai; made ar
rancemeau for a - Pair," lo be holden in Bos
ton in December, me rtroceeus oi "an
etven to the U. . Ssnitars Commission sr the ben
efit of tho sick and wounded of the Army and Nvy,
a mil was made oy uiec-.ioier s.i iww
llton. The rt-ponse was anticipated, a very
l I ... . . . mmA ,n ,ke interral a aumber Of names
base been rfcet.ed. pledpni some sileabie article
for that occasion. .....
In order to carry this plan into practieal effect, a
committee was appointed by the Aid btety , M-
Siim ni .nr.. j. iwwuj,'.. , , .,7.
and Mrs C. F. Warner, to receive all articles pre
pared for this purpose in Burlington and Its victni
tv. Any ladies of the surrounding country, desl-rou-
afTnformation on this sabiect are renuested to
correspond with the raera'iers of this committee.
... . . .,.. .r .k. I, ill . r Hnnln-.
1 ne earnest nMiw ! , .
ton is desired, at the N. E. Women's Fair la expect
ed to represent the best efforts of the eouatry, and
it is hoped will realise a larje slim fer this phi
lanthropic object .
Articles prepared for this purno-c , will receired
bv the cOTunlfiee every Tuesday, at the Aid Sooetr
ti (. it,.v n.wtttie's sitore. The re
ceipt of the eomraitlee wdl be circa fr every arti-
c'.e, anu me reeuiu win w ,,.-.
dapers when the work h completed.
FEW Ream" of CAP BILL PAPER laled fer
li,, i i. t Ull. . .keel all reiul. BH
printing or to V used -rthout c. W a
Ream Forsaleat lllNTl.MtTKN'3.
Burtlnstoo, uct. a. ism.
UR Sunday School and How wo Ccssductat."
KJ bv Waldo Abbott, srtth IntrodueUcsi by John
II. Abbott. .
"Rejected wile," ny sirs. Ann n. cirweua.
" Elean"r's Victorj,- by M. K. Braddon.
" Martin Pole," by John Sanaders.
Broken l elumn".
E. A. FULLER-
s-ULL at No. 1 Bank Block and look at naitaras
I . i.i... ..I nreaeh loadinr Rines. which caa be
Bred li times a minute, aad can be bred at a very
long ranie with great accuracy , they arc anpplaat
Inc all other U reach loading rides yet made. Also
llilllard's untitle loadbjl riaeei thee tides need no
comments, every one that have used them knows
they eannoi iiui. .iiw,pwi -
Double and Single Barrel shot ttuns. some very
One ones. Also. Flasks, Shot Poaches, taps of a.'l
kind,, ad.. ts. BRIJlSMA,p 4 1HLDRETH.
i. a n i i: .
rE HAVE Just opened a box of real
EXtJLIMI THRKAO ltCfcs,(sarrrel,
worth twenty cents per yard, wane, we eetaraassii
cuftomer" at the low price of
12 cents I'KR vahd:
Call soon or you lose 'cm. At
Oct. . is!.
TAIXTEllS TAKH XOTICK.
BARRELS PETROLEUM TURPENTINE IVr
2U sale at
10 CENTS PER GALLON', CASH.
O. S. BLODaETT i, CO.
147 1-2 CHURCH ST RE ITT.
yOW IS THE TIME'
FOl'R CAKTES DE VISIXES
FOR 0 3TE DOLLAR.
Also, Rood Ambrotrpes
For Ticenty-Flvc Cents.
Particular attention paid to COPYING, le.
tVork of all kinds executed neatly and cheaply
by E. M. SCnON', Operator.
Oc' I9th. dtwim
COOK AXI PARLOR STOVES :
. ' "lxrEhave on hand and are constantly receiving
1 1 all kinds of Cook and Parlor btorej of tbe
which we will sell at very lo'
prices. Don't fail to
dve US a Call.
. . G. S. BLODGETT 4 CO.,
I ocpt-Uth, Is,
Collce St., Eurllnzton, Vt.
STOVES t STOVES III STOVES
The Olive Branch,
rS acknowledged to be the best and most perfect
working Cook Store in the, market. Its
J. wotkln; Cook 6tove in tho, market.
Vtri'nn nr- Wnnil '
For itls by
G. S. BLODGETT 4 CO.
Xo picket duty ! no muskets to clenn and
enrrr ! ! tnupsncks t : !
Thirty ctcrnii' Wanted !
r.. nit mr
YKUMOXT r.VTTEKY. LlOirr
.Srlillcry Veteran Vols.
T' 1m. rfHiinaanded by
C.pt. II II. START.
Une r the lid Reimefst, Vermont Velunteer".
Keeriiitiiig Ollice, Burlington, Vt.,
I VVBHV teser.iK I irissltXitae Msaths Servi
I j ci.iMnictmms luttery wtlt reeare a Manty
"mm k nr.MMiKU .an two
hoi. i. ai:.
At tl i simaln of tie. Rattrre ther will
.i:vwr-rivnu(i i.ut its.
H-Ji Rounti . one mowttts pr tW, i"r-ifum ti
Fr. the trotted Sutes.
tate pay of 7 per month,
m day f enliatmenU
Kurloubs will birratd.
AliowaiieeroretMhUiaodrations the same as la
I the Veteaan Infantry.
j MF.X WHO HAVE ,V0T SEEK
' $ EH VICE WILL BERECE1VED.
Do ot a.T n.KTQC IR-.rT.
Burlinrt'.n must furnih men by enrollment er
Llkrr. W. A FIIILUPS.
eeonl "Uei;e "tcr Jed P. ClarkACrfs,
sloreoprs Sits rie .,meric,n linns.
nurilninn, oci. .sua.
4 ITFPTABI.K men. who have served at least
. nine mentbs tn the L S. Service, will be enti
tled to Ol R W SDRCD DOLLARS BOV.TTr.
snd Twe Is.llxri Premium, by renlUtlnc Into the
Vermont Cavalry, lnfiutry or ArUUeiy. Pay,
Twenty Dollars per month.
Recruits rcceito tbe same pav and premium and
one Hundred Dollars Bounty. Men enlisted can
cheese the Regiment and Company, they -o to
For further particulars inquire of
Capt- 4th Vt- vols-.
(HBee over Commercial Bank,
Barlinpon, VI., t
Kept. Ilth. ISSS. "
7 OCTAVE S3.1.
Tl'JTH as Une Tone and Flni-h, and WiaaaTsa
II to be as toon in every respect as those
GTivscjttr cosrixa $j3
For examination at
II. L. STORiS Mnslc 8tore.
XKW JUVKXILE nOOKS.
fclKTKR Parley's Own Story." With lllujtra
.Tars er the Coloases Vol. 3, ef American His
tory bv Jacob Abbott,
asl of Wiiht-" Vol.
r. of the Flereaee SUne's.
Heller In Jerusalem - .....
-' bOirfsa of Old" er Bible Narratives suited U the
eapaeitj of Toons ChUdren. by Careitee Hadter.
Received hv E. A. FULLER.
UR. MARSHALL'S HKADACIIK
rpjlls 8NCFF has thorourbl,
i tbebe-tsrtcl. eTerkn..wnfi
v erored ttsslf to be
t .k iiw. .mt tl.. Headache. It has been
tvondaa eavellrit rem.-dy in maay cases of Sore
Bes. lamliiess has bee removed by It, and Hear
. tax has been greatly unproved by its use. It purses
I outatlelsssiwetions.'treitheastlieeUndsand gives
eheejany actson b tbe parts alected. It Is recara
1 wended V many r the st physMans, and Is used
ts treat satisfaction everj w kere.
i JUrcsi It. Ist3 "IV
V. Slol'C 1 .CU taOOUS
t-IIIXA MALI. rOItCVCK.
CaU it tbe New Block aad visit China Hall In Its
CROCKERV. C1IIXA, kGLASS WARE.
AXO PAI'Ell 1IAXCIXCS,
la aa endless variety.
Oef Rush. Tremtnthas Excitrmtnt,
And all Is owmz to the fiet that China Ha has
eeoernii frn dark and dmy quarters and showo
"fnow'taK pfeasure lnformin; ray patrons that I
new and -paolous rooms which I have erected the
utt srfuou iiT Central Block, expressly for the
wholesale and retail trade In
Crockery, China, files ITare, Taptr
, H ,, nnhlie that tJie v can atallttraes
tad a Ureet aad more varied assortment of tood'
iVmj line than can be fbund elsewhere la the state
S. S. BROWh-.
BurUntm. Oct. 2S, is3.
ALU A X V
JOHN McKSlGIIT'S SON",
lliewrr nnd Ilottler of Malt Wine, XX
Alea nnd Uorter.
Dre-ery. Ccrllir Caial. Hawk and Oraaje Sta..
Albany, New ) k. . . , . th.
AZeniS 1Q au toe J . I' -' w... j , , .
s r, coons.
I with a fall stock of fine OoW andbllver Watch
eirf.nU;h.eUoldBrslttsJPinj saen4s. Mee.e Butttoi, Muds, Lockets, CBalas.
UoM fhisablcs, OoM bpecks, Flnctr Wnp.
aiMbbric.. and will be seM allow as the times
wiU permit. Bm.NSMAID k HILDRETH.
SO CKXT ALBUMS.
1 K.l.Tiri u . -o-r.r, TviaT0
I 'LOWER Fruit and Them Heces," v Jean
I' Piul Fridnch Klehtcr. Anther cf" Titan.
rtemaiMinPr. aad Vers-.- by Arthur H.nry
EIeurlos' by Henry D. Tacrcau.
jffi" CO. FRENCH CO.
oet. ax a.
I x'4w lot f those beaatifu card photograph
A .' .Mhmitw eoDiea off Sao engrarlors at
IIRESS VM) CLOAK MAKlXfi.
.lirs. j:. IC. Read,
ITrOBUlaaocMce to the Ladles of BurUngton
W and ileantty Out.se has taken rooms on
CHCnClInTREfT, (over FUher ?
tlood. store,) for the purpose of carrying on
m-os nm Cloak 7Iakiu?r
la alltts branches.
N". B. Wanted two or three young Ladles to
leim the business. . .
Oct. 12. '
BorrWELL-S Direct and Excise Tax System
THE MODEL COOK.
X entirely new kind of Stove. Call aai see It
0. 8. BLODGETT 4 CCS, OoUegc 6t-
DE0D0RKED BENZINE, too best raVs-ltate. la
use for Turpentine fir tale by
G. S. BLODGETT 4 'L
C".ILL AT G. S. BLODGETT A CO.-Si sad r
somethli z new tn tie line of COOK STOVES.
Tee JlOCel I.OOX aun, lur v. .
THE COTTAGE ORCAX.
AN-ET7 Instrument for Churches, oomblnine all
thVpower and ejects cf a $100 lastruaent -.
price 1 125. Also,
THE HtRMONlt ORCAX",
, with five stoss, pedal bast. -be. . Price t2S0
1 Every ityleof 3IEL0DE0X eontUnUy cahsod.
Ha. e not yel made any advance In prices.
rrraT rvsTct!rr wimsns.
At STORY'S Motto Etore
rpillh day recelve.1 at
D K L A I IV E 3
I la pest vtrtsV7, J.;t received 67