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12. V tVAI.TOIV, Jit., I2DITOH. Tlmi'silii) , t-opt. 13, JIS.',3. .VERMONT ELECTION. The Vote for Governor. Wo omit tlio vote by towns, inasmuch us tlio intervention of the liquor question hag bo direct ed the vote ns to rentier it unavailable as nn in ilex of political strength. The Whig State tick et lias Buffered severely from tho liquor qucs. tion, and the locofoco ticket Ins pained on ac count of that, as well as, in some quarters, from tlio frccroilors, by tlio return to tho locofoco fold of persons who Binco I8J! havo called themselves "freo democrats." They scorn to be very " free and oasv," in their politics. We question whether it would Dot liavo been better for tho whig party to liavo shouldered tho liquor law, as tho locos endeavored to force them to do. But speculation of this sort is now unavailing, Wo hop? that question will be settled ore ano ther election : if not, it will pretty surely bo set. tidily It. Wo append tlio Governor rote, as far ns re turned hy cottntio. No. Wwft, Goantia.. rttrbanaa. Rfibliiinn. Ulaloarrf. 0 llemilngton SB'J 803 108 21 Windham V04I 1302 72 1 14 ltulland 1730 1128 48.", 24 Windsor 2041 2:557 1010 1!) Addrron 1(183 402 077 12 Chiltondcn 13CC 820 778 17 Orange 18t5 131 710 17 Washington 1339 1!M3 ICOII 10 Caledonia 1031 1020 512 12 I'ranklm 1374 1422 401 4 Lasioilk 901 320 3 Oil 11 Orleans 1030 803 230 l Kstex 9.H) 278 7 187 18348 181)15 7023 The Senate. THE SENAT12. Whip. Imcmt. running ton probably, 1 1 Wlirfhun 3 Windsor 4 Hutloml 3 AtMiton 2 Chittentkli 3 Orange 2 Washington 2 Caledonia 2 Franklin 1 2 Orleans I Lamoille liscex, probably, I Grand Isle reported to be tied. Tite Suit. 10 12 1 The House. Complete. 1IBNNI NG TON COUNT V. Arlington, Harry Gray, w. Itcnninglon, Litimnn Norton, vr. gain. Dorset, Matcus II. Robert, ). Glastcnlirry, John Klwoll, I. Lvulgroie, Gitloon Dart, w. Manclcisttr, A. L. .Miner, w. Peru, Stephen Dudley, 1. gain. Potcnal, Nelson Thompson, I. Jltadsloro1, , Carpenter, 1. Hupcrl, John Phelps, w. Sandgate, Wm. L. Ilurd, w. gdin. StarsUwg, Jonathan 1). Ilrackctt, w. gain. Shajlsbury, Kli Stone, 1. Slamfurd, lllood, 1. Sunderland, G. D. Ilacon, I. Wxnhall, Hillings Taylor, w, gain. II 'sodford, Daniel Hitchcock, 1. gain. WINDHAM COUNTY. .likens, Lyman Alexandor, I. Ilrnttlclora', Koawoll Hunt, w. BroMint, Daniel 12. V liitnuy, 1. Dover, Lilian J01104, fs. uiunmeriwn, none. (Jrnloii, Lewis S. Walker, w. Guuford, Cyrus Carpenter, vr. HaUJaz, laaac Wordcn, w. gain. Jamaica, 1. IX Duller, fs. Londonderry, Ara Whitman, w. Marlboro,' Vrcd, W. Mather, 1. gain. .Ycifliiue, Cliaa. K. Field, fd. Putney, Charles lllood, w. ?ocAirig)iam, Quartus M. Doraud, w. Somtrttl, l"lliaiin Rice, 1. Slratton, llufus l.yman, 1. 'J'oicnshtnd, F. D. Sawyer, w. Potion, Jarvis F. Ilurrows, I. H'estminslcr, D. C. Gorham, w. gain. H'ardiloro', llrasmus I'lympton, 1. H'hiUngham, 1. L. Sumner, I. gain Wilmington, Oscar L. Shifter, fs. ; nono last y'r. Windlium, Wm. IUrris jr., w, K9TLANI) COUNTY. Benson, Jas. II. Glcason, ft. gain. Jlrandon, Ebenezfr J, 1)1 iss, fs. CasVeton, Charles Spuncer, w. Chitttndtu, Manloy, fs. Claremlun, Walter Hoss, xr. Ztanly, Ilirum II. Kelley, I. gain. Fairhavtn, A. S. Cuihman, vest Hubbardlon, Stephen J. llradley, 1. gain. Ira, Enos C. Full, w. Mendon, Isaac Matthowson, fs. gain. Middletoun, J. Uurnhun, 1. gain. Mount Holly, Pierce, vr. Mount Tabor, David Stimson, I. Pauiel, Dan'l H. Ilromley, w. ; nono last year. Pilhftld, Wm 11. Blossom, w. Pitttfird, Clurlcs Hitchcock, vr. gain, PouUney, Joseph Joslin, w. llutland, Joint II. l'agc, w, Slierlurne, Adams, I. Slirticibury, none. Sudbury, H. H. Merritt, I. Tinmouth, Levi Itieo Jr., w. llallmgfqrd, W. C. Fox, w. 'tli's, David II. I.owk, vr. West Haven, Nathaniel Ftsli, w. WINDSOR COUNTY. Andortr, Joseph Dodgo, vr., none hat yoar. Baltimore, I,. M. Graves, w., nono last year. Barnard, Allen Cox, 1. Belial, nono. Bridgticater, Jewish Josselyn jr. I. Cavtndiih, John F. Dcane, w. Chester, Hichardson, 1. Hartford, George Lyman, w. JIarlland, Jona. Ilodgman, w. Ludlotc, A. S. Barton, fs., nono last year. VonricA, Lewis H. I'srtrulge, 1. Plymouth, James Joslyn, L Pomret, none, whig last year. Heading, Charles Buck, w. gain. Rocliester Win. II. Henry, 1. gain. Itoyalton, Hufus Kcndrtck, w gain ' Sharon, 12. ). Baldwin, 1. gain SpringMd, none, whig last year. Slockbridge, David Kverctt, w., nono last year. H'eathertfelJ, James Weston, vr. Weston, Afaht'l Hoss, vr. gam. It'ttl Windsor, D.micl Ilced, w. Winder, Joseph D. Hatch, w H'oodtlod, Tettr T. Washburn, w ADDISON COUNTY. Mditon, Asaph D. llaywnrtl, vr. Itridporl, N. 8. Bennett, w. Rrtttat, Horatio Needham, fs. Cornindt, Abram Foot, fa. jjein. Ihrl'burfk, Jam ltaniei, w. (tnshtn, John Capetl, w, Granville, none. Hancock, none. Ittiettttr, Wm. Alden, w. Lincoln, Hush, fs. Middltbtiry, Udirnrd D. Barber, fs. gain. Monklon, Aloxls T. Smith, 1 , n8no last year. .Vcir Haven, HjUostor Doiid, w. Oncttl, V. II. Sanford, w. I'an'on, II. N. White, w. litplon, John II. New, w. Salisbury, V. Hump, I. gain. Shorclumi, A. II. llsscoinb, xr. t'laiktboro, Sidney Sayhss, fa. I'ergenncs, George W. Grnniley, w. Watthan, Daniel Hawlcy, w. (fain. ireyhridgt, Samuel O. Wright, 1. gain. Il'liitinft, L. 1". White, fs. gam. ORANGE COUNTY. Bradford, George W. I'ritchard, w llraintrce, Klijah Hint, 6. tlrookjield, none. CMiei, 11. T. Illodgett, 1., none last year. Corinth, Hubbard Fellows, I. Patrhr, none. .Veirhury, Oscar C. Hale, w. Orange, Willis W, fs llandolph, P. D. Bradford, ' fs, none last year. Strafford, Bcnjimln Oilman, w. Thrtford, Goorge Gary, I. Tupsluim, Win. A. Ilagley, 1. Tunbrvlgr, none. I'erihirt, Rufus I'lnnrliur.l, I. Washington, T. G. White, w. II est Ihirltr, I. Il'illiamitoten, none. CHITTENDEN COUNTY. lioltuti, Franklin D. I'oltnn, ft. Hurlinglon, Palmer, I gain. Charlotte, C(Hik, fs. ColehtMrr, A. J. Merrill, I. Kssex, II. Stanton, I. Ilimtbnrgh, Buynton, I. Huntington, J. S. Rood, w., nono last year. Jtricko, John Smith, 1 , nono last year. Milton, Hector AdamB, w. Hichmand, Rolia Glcason, w. Shtlbwne, George Saxton, w. St. (leorgt, Smith Wright, w. Vnderhill, W. H. Martin, I. Il'rstord, J. Nichols IV. Il'itliston, II. D. Smith, Is., nom l ist year. WASH I NGTO.N ( 'OL'NT V. Itarrr, Dun-on K. Smith, wh'; gain Balin, hoiip. f.i.'.n'.i.K. S. Down;; fs,' Duxbury, James StowHrt, If none last year. Ilnst Montirlif James Templeton, free soil." I'ayston, James M cCaulry, I. Marshfcld, George A. Oilman, I gain. Middtricr, Mo.3 llolden, w gain Montftelicr, 10. P. Walton Jr., w .Wuntotm, ltubinsun Foster, I .Vortlifitld, Moses Robinson. If nono last year. PlainJitUl, John Mellon, 1 Koxlmry, Allen Spalding, If ll aitsl'tld, none, llonm, now. M'alnbury O. C. Howard, 1( Woodbury, S. C. liuruhum, fs. Ilonetttr, J. A. Kinip, w gain! CALKDONIA COUNTY. Unmet, Robert I Iirvey, I. Burke, Dmiiiisoii Fyier, . Cabot, John McLean, fa.' none last year. Danville, Charles Duw, whig, none last yo.ir. droton. Robert F. Gundum, fs. iwne last year. llirdwck, A. 12. Jililcvine. ta' h'irby, Arniiah Lemh I. Lyivlon, I2piiphnis B. Clnse, I. .Ycwark, Lue.us Hall, 1 g.un. Peaclium, nouo. Itrtgatt, none. Shejkld, Spencer Drake, w. gam. S7. Johnibury, J. P. Bancroft, w. Sutton, J. B. Gordon, fs. Il'aldtn, Joseph Huston, jr. 1. Il'altrfbrd, Wm. Adams, w. initelock, Sewall, Bradley, I. giiu. FRANKLIN COUN 1 Y. Uakerijkld, none. Htrkikirt, none, whig lut year. 2tioiurgA, none. l airfar, A. J. Soule, 1. 1 -liquid, Samuel I'erley, 1. Fittcltv, Horace Steams, 1. none list year. FmnkKn, Kinriroan, fs. Ilifhgnte, Calvin Drury, 1. none last yoar. (leorgia, It. S. Shepard, vr. Manlgomtry, none. ZfirVerJ, twne. SkeUtu, V. M. Marsh, w. gain. St. Wiaiw, C II. Ilayden, w. Steanlon, Leinder 1. Cuahraan, I. LAMOILLK COUNTY. IMvitUrc, 1. CamlirUge, Harrison Warner 1. nono last year. Fsdcm, I. JlttHOrt, none. Iljdepark, Ira Herrick, 1. Jhmen, none, freeaoil last year. Marrisloten, A. Boardinati, fs. Sterling, none. Sloue, W. 11. 11. llingbajn, 1. none last year. D'altrvilU, James M. Hotchkiss, fs. Il'olcoit, P. S. Ilonjaimn, I. nono last yoar. ORLEANS COUNTY. Vbany, none. Ilwlon, I2l" ard Barnard If UrowningloH, Hiram Streeter, w) CkarltsUwn, W. 1L Cole, w Cnentiy, lloraoe S. Jones, w' OrqfUlttuy, J. W. Mavon, If, none last year. Derby, Zenas Cobb, w Geatr, Joseph II. Dwmell, I GreHtttero,' John Soutsm, 1 llalland, M. Iluohaiun, w gam. JrasiurgU, W. II. Rand, Jay, John Young, 1 l.tudl. A. Paine. II nono last vear. (ilorgan, N. Orcutt, w. Xtteiml O. W. Kendall, If &Eti, Uraal C. Suuih, I. Tffjh nono. irutJteid,iS. llrl , k, 1, ll'tvlnere, W.tidlilkn, wf ESSEX COUNTY. BtoovJeldt I. Brighton, W. R. Roaebrouk, w gain. Ilrunstcicl; Honry D. Schoft", 1. Canaan, Gcorjjo W. Ilartkhorn, wgain. Con'.ord, E. Holbrook, w. none last year. Hast 1 linen, Jeremiah Lund, w. Uranby, I.oomis Wells. 1. CuUdhnU, Pliny Rosebrook, w. r Ltmtngton, Thos. Holbrook, I. .untnfjtirgi, II. W. Iledcll, w. Maithlone, P. R. Follansby, 1. Itdiry, Cyriw Smith, 1. GRAND ISLE COUNTY. Murh, David f. Swoet, w. (iVmirf Istt, Wotjoii Macomber, w. Me la Molt, (UmA Hall, 1. AorA lleru, Jesse IUzen, w gain. South Hero, Orange Phelps, vr. Opposed to the repeal of the Liquor Law. In favor oftho repeal of the Liquor Lnw. Our footing makes the House consist of Whigs !)j locos" . 87 Freo Suiters, 32 Thus the freo soilcrs hold the balance of pow or numerically. We know, however, that several members elect are pledged to voto for State offi cers differently than their political predilections would lond lliem to do. Whether there are enough to make a majority remains to bo seen. There is nothing certain but a. chance for n fuss. If thore arc ony errors in the foregoing list, we will thank any body who will give us correct in formation. Maine Election. Maine, liko Vermont, seems to be in the fog the only difiuronco being that in the one Stato the locos arc tlio losers, and in tho other the whigs. The Boston Atlas of Friday sums up the re sult thus: "returns received by telegraph and otherwiso, render it certain that there m noehnire of Governor by the people. It is also nearly certain that no distinct party will have a mijori in the Legislature" adding that " there is, prob ably, an inciea.ved majority in (he Legislature in favor of the .Maine Law." The Stato Fair 1 Is iu full lido. The number in attendance p- t pears to be very largo. 1 California. 'f hero hive been two arrivals within a week but the news is unimportunt. The Washington Union announces anoth. cr batch of Presidential appointments. There is not a Vermonter amongst them. fjy"Tho Woodstock Age heuds the returns with a shocking picture of a rooster, labelled "The Star has set." It is a poor rule that will not work both wsjs: has the star of loco focoism set in Maine r (T' It is very rare that we feel called upon to apologise to our stibscnb ts, but we d um-t .so thisut-il.. Tho prnr-.' ne ol'ui!vcrt:-vm nts the election tlx Stale Fair, and uithiil (he terrible tu-k if removing our printing olfi'-e, lias remler ed it nnpo-tibie to give attention to the iieno p'ip"r ilepiitinent. W- nre to be found li. re- , after on St.ito Street, li rat door uet f the I Court lloii'e. where we hope ere long to be found in trmi order and at home. The " Mkus Froo Soil Convention,'' wh.cli was celled fur the Ut mat., to be held two dujs if thought expedient, was not holden 7Vif.Vo.-M UritUh H'virw for August, from the press of Leonard Scott & Co., New York, has co.uu to hand quite as promptly as it would hive come, if s -nt direct from the Edinburgh publisher. Messrs. tcott Co. doerva all praise for the accuracy, neatness and ilespjtcli with which they do their work. Wo shall mi l.rovo the first opportunity to ive an extcmiod , notice of their republications of British litora ture. In the mam tuno we will say that the North British Revio w, is worth tlie money th tt it cu ts lor its scientific uiticlis alone; saying nothing of its Iheological.discusoions. Price t?'t. llarnr's ,eic Monthly. The number for Sept i niber cmitains a very interr sting aiticlo on Wnslungton and his f umly, ontititd " Ailington lb. use." It is worth more than the price of the number. Palal ticidtnt Mr. John Juihl, fieight cm duclor, whs killed ou the Vo-inont Central It in road in Walerburv, on Saturday, II. I. Mr. Jmin was n faithful man in Ins business and was high ly esteemed. How are ynu off Jor Soap .' -II. P. Ross, the celebratid map maker and (.pencil maker, i in town with a pile of soap a premium artieie, g.unl to use and first rate to sell. Grand Fahilnlion of Horns. The first Na tional Exhibition of imported blood and Ameri can breeda of horses will bo held at Springfield, Mass., on the l!)r!i,30th,2Wt and 22nd of Octo ber. Wo hope Vermont will bo fairly represen ted, and bear ofi" tho palm. About $2000 are offered in premiums. Entries fur exhibition or Bole roust bo made with Dr. S. Noyes, recording Secretary, on or before Oct. 15. Foes for entry for premiums .45 for ontry for sale $3. Tut U0 Wairliinia and Journal. Accident!)' killed, Sept 3d, on the Yonnont Central Railroad, at Waterbury, Jon Quincy Juuu, I-reiglit Conductor, aged 25 years, for merly of StralTord, Vt. My friend, you have left us, and novcr moro shall our path on earth be cheered by thy pres- I ... .1.- . ... uueu, uui ins siar oi memory, wmcii noter grows dim, shall bo constantly lighted up by the recollections oftho many happy hours we'to tpeut together ; never shall wo forget thy ininy noble qualities which were constantly endearing tlieo to us. You wore over a dutiful son, a kind brother and a truo friend. Thy gray haired parents long will miss the support of thy arm, which was ever extended to them in lovo and af fection, but their way to the grave will be cheered by the recollection that thoy go to meet luui whose thoughts wero tvor how to make their journey through life pleasant. Thy broth ers and sisters w ill always remember hun who in youth shared their sports, and in later years, was tier ready with a brother's sympathy to aid and couniel them; and thy friend, who knew and loved theo as ho knew and loved no other, will still lovo and cherish thy memory ; dear to him will bo the remembrance of our friendship that always burnt pure and bright John, in life 1 loved theo noil ; in death 1 lovo theo more. May wo meet again! I bid tboe now a long good byo ! J. Walter Carpenter M. 1)., of East Randolph, has been apx nted Professor of .Materia .Meows and Therapeutics, iu the Medical Department of the Vermont University, Burlington. BrorrMni'n Grist Mills. Tho Worcester Spy speaks of an improvement in the manner of pecking null Mono, by which their capacity fur grinding can be doubled. The editor of the Spy saw it applied to a mill in Worcester, and the rq suit of the application was, that a bushel of Noithern Corn was ground in a minute mid a half and that an old fashioned mill, with a sin glo run of stones, with tho Improvement, will grind forly six bushels an hour. J Three Days Later from Europe. The royal mill steamer Asia, from Liverpool 27lh tilt., arrived at her wharf Sept. 8, 10 o'clock Pj.M., bringing 150 passengers., Nolhlntf now' 1s brought from tho East. Po litical aiiairs aro dull and considered as arrang ed. Tha troubles in -Soma, before reported, did not attain the dignity of a revolution, bot worn mere nertv sonibblas. V Mr. Ingerso.l, en the 34th, announced his re call, arm nr. liseimnau was prtfseiueti 10 mo Queen. The eastern question is totally unchanged, nothing new had transpired, but everybody re gards it as settled. It was reported that tho Rnrnilsna had commenced to recros, tho Pruth, but il was tmtruo. It is believed tint the Yicnni Conference were occupied in smoothing points of mere punc lillw Thire hi boon Home fighting in Morocco The 12mperor was victorious. Lord John lltustlFs .Vote. The New York Herald contains the note of I.ord John Russell I to the British Minister at Washington, in roht i tion to Everett's letter concerning Cuba. The 1 nolo is firm, and at the same tune conciliatory. v e will give tho introductory and closing lura grnplH, which aro all that havo any direct bear ing upon the subject matter of correspondence; ' It is doubtless perfectly within the compo tenco of lire American government to reject the proial that wai mide by Ijrd Mnlinesbnry & ll. Turgot in reference to Cuba. Each govern ment will then remain as free as it was before to t'ike tint course which its sense of duty and a regard fur tho intersta of ita people may pre scribe." " Finslly, while fully admitting the right of the United States to reject the proposal made by linrd Malmesbury and M. de'l nrjot, Great Bri- tun most at onc' n unic her entire librrty ; anil upon any ( elusion tint nmy rail I t it. b.' fiee to ar ', either singly or in ennj inction lh other poweis, as tohrr in iy hewn In." S.nie time previous to his desth, lion. Robert Kantoul, Jr. and others got a bill throogh Con gress, granting alternate suctions of the public lands in lllino, for tho construction of the Illin ois Centrul Rail-oad. Those concerned, includ ing Mr. Ranlotil.went on and built tho road, and his administrator hit recently received $.'150,01 X) as his share in thn road. Mr. R. was supposed to bo, and prob ibly was, in embarrassed circum stances at the time of his death. A'nshua .V. H.) Gazette. We find the above item without note or com ment. It strikes us tht when a man irets tf.'i.TO.OrO by a " bill got through Congress" of which he was ,i member, there miiot have been somebody rotten in Congress. Interesting Dnrovery We Hrn from the New York JpviM tint Henry Stevens, Esq., uf Birnot in this State, but now in London has re cemly coin.m .osision of a 'urge collection orincdited paper hj Dr. Fiaukliii. Whether it embraces the nusti noiiHlv lost eontinu.ttion of Franklin's lie rs is not kno" n, h'i: it eout nns many li iters to and from t!"' i hiliHopher ot'.-on-gular int. r'si, an I of imp ,tt .,, -(. to Irmklin's tune as a st uin II' Hh-i i it.-l' m-cprovis to he cornet 'm. discovery -vil! to-ot ;p it v , 1 ue in elii": 1 it'ii- in my nowil.uk putiNofour ante icvuluti ri, .1 , historv. Ural K ig!e. h'rnhieki. It. II. Sfmton. th" Locofoco cn- dllhlte who rot" ton In 1 l,r n New York, Philioh Iphm, an I here, n ho want my servic s amj ire nilim to piy .,r them, and p.iy fur them will. If I can be reelected, I rnn male n great dm1 of moiuy. But tlm is be tween ourselves," was clei'ted ill tlio tenth d.. trin over llodjre, i Whig) after a slurp contest. The Whig pipers are. expot.nji the most out ngt-uu.i frauds in the Lexinyt Iistnct, by means uf whicli lireck' nridge secur-'d his elec U in Th' ''ir'.i'orl L'ominonirea'th i-t.ites that in one county it cm be shown til it the votes ex e td by stccra! hundred the number 0 frit while males over 21 mars tij age in the countii. It is sure that if the polls co i!d be purged ft would t"! lound th.it Gov. Lutcher was actually cho sen. Tlio temperance question changed tho 18th dihtrict wltcli MNirungty Whig, and tho rum candidate, a l)einw;rt, 'was elected by a verv small majority. Ihcn 'w Ijegisl.itore is strongly Whig in both bi aiirl.es, the m ijoritv on joint ballot be.ng 1. l'he WlujSiito Treasurer is reelected , Ithoul opposition. 7'ns. A c, r, -iKiikleot of thu Now York i'l ucs esti niti s t ,,t upwards id tivo hundred 'lO'l- ml 'uei:r.iiit Invo settled in Texas i!nr- mi; to pi-t je.ir. ,i t to rnlroads, which aro ;.ltoiu,nr a j;o l d. . of attention ill the Sit He, t en , ion school elicition receives the lur'rest i-.urc uf tho public attention, 'l'he next Lelfis Utuie, il is tlioiiint. wi.l appo.nt a commission t.Mitnre n ncheiii , lor the State, to unbrace ihe v.li.,le course el n complete education, from tie lowest priuinrv -chool to one or in .re .Stato I'nivi rsities. Ra.,Mys,eJucationiuii!tlieStato dtht will occupy c.'iutiv tha attention of th-Leg-i I iture, which inn, ln ns ne.v building, in Aus' IP, next vv inter. Ttl'gruptt Cab'e. On Jlomhy, the 20th tilt., tie re was laid across the Ohio River, on the New Orleans and St. Lniis line, about ono mile below Paducih, a in i Mfr telegriph cable, sail to he the longest in America, and the largest in world. The cable u four Inchos nnd a quarter in circumfwence, fourteen hundred and forty yards iu length, and weighs oloven thousand piuuds. The wire in tins cable is iron (No. it), and is covered by three coats of co.irso gutta pi rcha, and these by three coats of coarse Osua buri;, saturated with a composition of non-elec-tric-s j Hie whole is encased by eighteen wires of the same sizo of the center one, and secured by u wire of the saiuu aive as the others, ruiiniug spirally. PrevetUive of Sun Strokes There has been an uniittnnl numtur nf do.tltd rn..n tl, I . c i 1 1 . 1 1 fjnai oi I the sun this season, and anything winch will pre- I I'nnt timl, ft Cu.all... nA..J. .1... , .-uvu u .tt.o.j .oicouoiy inosH who are ex iMwied to the scorching heats of summer should bo known, A correspondent of the New York Kvoning Post says, that when falling, he lias placed ml sea weed m the crown of his hat, and found it a sure guard against a ftroke or the suu, and that any person passing in the street, bv sunply wet ting a handkerchief in cold water." and placing it on the top of the head, is likewise safe from any trouble from .ho heut. Maim I -tun in lbanon. For several ruouths past, there has been deposited in a bmldinr. forming a part oftho freight depot in this village, a large je nuantity of liquor, belonijiiij to " j 1'.," jsed lomean I)anil Tarboll, of South Roy , Vt. PortHMis of the honor havo been tskarn suppose alton. to Vermont when circtimstanee would allow. Vol a larga quantity remained subjeci to future nperitioun. It oppaars that tho where about of the brandy, rum and gin, hud become known to certain lovers of tho ' critter," in this vicinity. Ily removing windows, and by other iii"eiiioui dfvices, in the mjht-tiuie, they had fuunXacces to it, and for the last two months havo helped themselves pretty freely by mean of ,'imhlots, straws an J such like contrivances. Tlio ncci dent that hapjiened hero last Saturday night, vtht'ii several freight cars aud a portion ofthe passenger depot, and a largo quantity of mer chandise wero smashed, is supposed to havo re sulted from u iiiia-plaoeinent of the switch by one ofthe section hands, who was drunk on this liquor. Un Thursday night laat, some poreon or per son, entered, (without search warrant as we uu derataud) and with a bit tapped and lut out upon the ground about four hundred gallon of brandy, and about two hundred fsllona of otlisr liquors. This is tho first practical operation oftho Alaino Law that wo have known in H, , Whig. H'dlovghby This pleasant place fur tecreation and sight-seeing is attractuir; tho at. tunliou of a gioat many travellers. They tiro thero frnuiall parti of tho country ; and tho Lake llouno has ol lato boon crowded with delighted nauors. aii appear iiisniy grauneu with the scenery, and no les-t so by their cntcrtaininunt at the LaU II 'usi. Ca'idou -i. Tim t.niiit ille Journal saw Get). PiorcO Ptie cccdcd very well in riding twohorsej, Old llun kcrisinatid Barnbtirtiorlsni, wlifln ine iwo wero nntni ilifunmn vtnv. lint bow in tllO world can ho manage to slick to thu backs of both when thoy arc going in mtterenl uirccuons r A correspondent of tho New York Evening Post attributes the obscure nervous diseases which have in tho last fstv years changed two ralifis frnn a scientific tn a household word, to the Use of water improghsted with Imd. and re fers to tho publislieil testimony oi urs. mm, Parker, and S. C. Foster, in support of his theoiy. In Burlington thero hivo been remarkidle ciinvorsioni to ProtMUnlMui, eiaht adults in one day having disowned the church of Rome. Two of this number were men or education, sent out as faithful nilwetonanos to the States arming the French. By many their lives aro tliouji to be in danger. Ono oi'tliP'n was conspicuous u a Bible burner at Cliamplatn some years ago, who represents his conscience ns bo'ng a tornien-ter.---Herald. Hon. W. R. Ranney died at his residence in Townslieml on Monday last. Mr. Ranney has been one of the most prominent, and one of the most useful and respected citizens of our County. As Lieutenant Governor of the State, and in the various other ollices of responsibility held by him, ho has discharged the trusts reposed in lino with fidelity and honor, and his death hts t ken from us a good and worthy citizen. Bratt'eboro1 Statesman, We understand that Jason Sterle, Esq., who has been Cashier of tho Ascutuev Hank from its organisation, has resigned tho office, and is suc ceeded by Mr. Henry Wardncr, of this village, tho change tn take phco the 1st of October. Mr. Steole is compelled to leave the business by the state of his health. Chronicle. Seizure. Four barrels of liq'ior. marked St. Albans, and one barrel marked John Wiley, Georgia, were seized on the 22d inst , by officer Paul, in the Yt Central R nlroad depot, on the way from Port Kent to Franklin Co. Free Press. Mr. A. Brisbane and Mons. Victor Consider- an', of France, havo recently been cxuuinmng the Upper Trinity and Aus in, I exas, for the purpose of selecting a lare tract of land, with a view to a ettlemeut of a I' ronch colony in that nor I inn nf fhn St.'ilA portion of the 8tate. Bum's Doings. On Water street, last night (2-lth.) towards midnight, an Irish-woman mad dened witn rum, undertook to cut hei husband's lhro.it with a razor. Her hand however missed its aim, and ihe razor struck higher up than she intended, inflicting a frightful gash extending from the cheek bone to the chin, and almost slic ing the man's cheek from his face. Their name is Gallagher, and it is said they had no quart el with each other. The woman was simply crazed with strong drink, which she procured at Port Kent, day before yesterday. Hurlinglon Courier. I Mr. Sherburne, Master of Transports! ion on the Vt C It. R. says that on Tuesday Aug 2, IS53, and Vermont Centr! Railroads 2Jti,l01 pounds limits nn ocm irum sinuous on i. ana ianaria ot butter and cheese, going to Lowell and Bos i uu """" uthhuhi nu mum I tn i cm h ive bi en sold to some extent at Itj a 50c i Tho some day 117,178 pounds of butter and I ncr.b"-,rl , , I cheese was sent fro. n the Ogdensburjrh Road1 PRO !! )N.S There has been a good stea ' in .king :i'i.",i:4' pounds f hotter uii.l cheee dy c'eoi in.l !o.-Pork and prices are lino. Lard sent over Vt. Central Road in their weekly but- firm and mi-tuns previous rates. Sabu in ter trains and cirried in Refrigerator ears kept hM ' "J 11 l Jl' "'' m kegs at I2j per lb, I ! i ool and in as t'.xxl order as it could have beer 111 s"'okcd Hams It ive been in fair demand I kept in the best cellar Randolph Herald. , at 11 a ltc per lb. Dried apples Inve advanc- 1 e I npidlv and scirec. 1 he United States are unrepresented at En;!-, PC) I' A TO '.8 Are plenty nti.l price rule , land. France. Russia and Austria, and it sever- f ow. It is on!v the early June and Chenangocs al of the minor governments. Th- adiniuistra- that arc saleable at 40 a 50c per bu. tlth.-r tion deems that it has discharged its lull duty , KlrK. ot ripe and not worth much, in making the appointment, by which certain, S rAllCH Poutoe is held for higher price. , important partisan leader have received their re- j with a sprn ul itive feeling past few days. ward. The idea that they have any duties to WOOL There is nothing of any importance 1 perform other than drawing their salaries does j dointf , foreign or domestic. The New York , not seem to occur to any of them Mil. I SMppmir List of Saturday. ia9. Fleece contin- Correct a mouth ago, and partly true yet. 7mn3'utt-.-nataCsM!ey,a: v., r kn v, rt , J,:.u;. r v ' . ' tl.W ''-' . .,tll, (II. .1. , I. " t ork oily, made use of the following language a few days since, while speaking of the .ilbanu .Was, a locofoco sheet of the Barnburner stripe : " I despise the whole concern, and trample the lying shut under my feet emblematic of the maimer in which I regard the lying-, drunken rag- nwiB irounarau iwat sou ." have ben n Rule ezetled. We are inclined to legara uiis Kina oi talk, rawer common now - a navm. nn mnuitriv nf i.rhr m tn nm narinony prevalent among our political oppo nents. II. Journal. John Gffitui wm executed at ClutrIotli8iIic Va., on Friday, for tho murdrr of hiH n dauli- tor. Previous to his execution. h made a con- ffHsion, slating that hquor waa tho maiu faiwc of the awful crifne. ! Holland r0.-TI.P l1q1,orvl,,, !, as ho.zm! at 'nlc pa , ,ncrs,ip f f p. tlie rcudence of N. 11. i hurcliill, ol lina t n.i , . . . I last wok, and ordered to be destroyed by J us- Sou is tliit !ny rlissnlvei1 I lice Davonpirt, aa, with tlie aid of Tur ml i l t, V,,T,1V T I Turpentine, burnt on t..e evcmiiL' of Hie t.i,i,C ",L"1, '' " 1LTUN' Jk I inst., in the presence of soimh 5.K) people. We I don't know as wo approve of tins mouV of i!c - iructiooj but the boy. wanted some fun, ami tho officer liarinff the limior in clinrge griitifieil iiii-ui. ir. uuiciiiii ii piii on uui on 1 nurs- dV for liavinrr the liouor in his nn.inn . ,.,,!. ! opinion of Justice with intent to violate the atat - ute, and wag fined twenty dollars, with nine dol - j law CMUnukinj; bis fine and costs of boUi trials about seventy -five dollar. Mr. Churchill does 1 not pretend to say that his punishment is not ac- 'cording to 'law.' Brandon Post. Vliss Mary lioach, who escaped from Uie lt'o- An early sellluuiont of the Georgetown Convent a few days .go, has j nccotltlts of both firms is earnestly re been married to Mr. Jordan, of Jordan Snriiui. ! 1 Vtt. She is a Mississippian lady ,and reported be worth $3JO,0m j A aingular fatality hos lately, prevailed at tbe vumgcoi urunuy wine, ueiawure. r ive pcreuus died within n few dnys, and all exhibilin; the same peculiarities of disease. Other persons were alao attacked. A mass of solid copper, weighing (300 lbs. has reached Detroit trom the North American Mine. illntkcls. BOSTON PRICES CURRENT, l' or Wool mitt Cniiulrv I'ro.lin i.. Ilrfrttdtrlki ll tuma t, I'.ocraa i. lVon, Ciaamin .fn-cAaaia. -W I3Aammm Jbr.., !.. ... - ASHKS l'ots per 100 lbs. ToarU, 5 .l AI'PLES Dried, per lb. new 7 II R fiS WAX Vol low, per lb. aft BU'lTKlt Vory choice, per lb. 21 N. Vork & Vt. Dairy, l!l Com. Dairy &, Store, lti CIIBHSK-I'rime.perlb. ty Fair, 7 KGfiS Per ilozeii, j I'l.QUR (enesce,faney,pr hbl. do extra, o' Gil do coounon, Ohio, common, () l'j do fancy, do oxtru. (1 AO Michigan, common, ti lti do. fancy, Canada, in bond, common and fancy, 0 12 Hye Flour, 5 (0 5 50 n 30 j-i 20 Id l 15 (1 50 7 00 (i S3 0 5t (I 50 (1 7 (i 85 li 50 a 0 25 & 1 00 liuqit wheat Hour, lb. GRAIN Corn, Northern, bus Southani, yellow, Southern wliito, Wusurn Mixed, Wheat, western, Itve. nor .'ill lbs. 1 il a . 78 a 80 a 7.i 77 u 7ri 1 15 a 1 -10 ttt a f5 r. -17 a 4t) a 1 CO a 1 75 15 a 1,0 a :iu a Oats, Northern, !W lb tiats, Kastern, White Usans, per bus, I'eas, Canada, HOl'S-I'erlb., lt sort, 1.W, FOULTRV-l'erlb. PROVISIONS lleef. Western. muss, par bbl. 11 00 a 15 (0 WoMtern good, l,'l (10 a lil 5u Western "com., 1 1 00 u la W lliitern moss, 11 00 a 13 00 Pork, ox clear, a 20 00 Clear, ID 00 r. 10 50 Moss, best, 10 50 n 17 00 Mess, ft olhdr brands, n 10 00 Prime, 13 .10 n U 50 Urd, keg, It). llj n i9 Lnfd.bbl.lb. 101 n limns, Boston sm'd 1 1 a Western do. 10 a Tallow 1U 12 II 50 POT TOEH Prh blows par htt.40 V hit- 10 STAR i II -Potntoe. per H. SEED i 1 v r, Northern, per lb, U 14 13 10 2 75 I 0(1 I 50 PJ Western and Southern, !' 1 1 rds Grass, pr bushel. 2 50 Rod Top, Flaxseed, WOOL Domestic, Sax"ony Fishes, psr lb. (linos. I' ll! blood Merino, H do do 1 do do Common, Western, mixed Pulled - extra, I lo Superfine, Do No. 1 Do No 2 I , No. 3 Wool Skim, 00 55 50 17 -12 a a a a ii (15 53 51 50 I 5 55 (15 55 50 GJ a as 50 J5 r.n a n a n a 03J a 1 50 ASIIE.S There are small arrivals and sales irood fir cash kind at quotations. BUTTr.n-lr possible the market is not in as good supply as last weok. This extremo scarcity, should it continue here, must material ly cause ti'l further advances. But il should be remarked that this short supply is occasion ed by farmers and others holding for the high est rates of last year, and buyers have to sub mit, and with the full knowledge of the fact and prospect of a much larger quantity generally throughout the country. This stale of things is unnatural, but will continue through the en tire fill if the present practice holds of the ci ty jobbers, shippers, speculators and their agents tnrough the country making as of late their pur chases under much excitement and jealousy of each other. Therefore as the farmer has learnt from sad experience not to contract for the sea son, he is likely to realize advancing rates, and perhaps 25c some time this fall for prime d t ,ow , f(,f ,, furt(lr 1n(irove. i. "... ... 1 Uutler. We advance our quotations this week ineiit. Yet, as stated last week, " a reaction is by no moans improbable. CI1E2G8K Iu fair supply and quick sales at quotations. English dairy at 121. FLOUR Tho favorable advice per steamer Atlantic and the rapid advance of prices in New York, has quite unsettled the market for all kinds of Flour. The receipts of Western are unusiully light and we have never known the stock in first hands so small as at the present time. We ,lo not look for any fixed price for some davs. Tho dealers are Helling in retai! lots at from 25 a 50c per barrel! advance on last week's prices. Quetations are entirely nomi nal. GRAIN Corn has been in demand and pric es are a shade higher. Sales of yellow at 78 a 80 : "ieiat77 a7tte; and white at 75c per ucs very dull and price favor the purchaser. wf P ,0 I been modu to an eastern dealer at 5c below coat i prices. Itl lafhtlltl Mltl lCUl, $.(. tj. I Uruol.il sr tha Hu.lnn I'all) Aft.'fl I.. I j tll,t.al3IKrtl,ft, ataul 1IX) H.al.iot llSSinN, I f.&, .I.Tt-it ,n i t lJ3wiuc. Par.ral hunSrtd cai-lo (.torca I I'aict. I.,.. I I'Milr I'iiiI. Iro qualilr f Tf.f C.I- I 1 l.lllll W. U ...I.I.I 1 I KM .1 ... .T"u" ' 1 ,J - 1 rr. ai.g i..ii,pri i.r., ..i.. 75, st. ihi, toe. " t --, " . . I il", :.-J. '1 . an 1 411 S to I .11 i( '"''l-'ilJJ.'. 1 ,., ,.is ,u -i4 4 i 5J i t i a eu .i- i j , Mill I 'Of tvt MiaU'lit'T 5 3-4 At rat tit, fru e t " i vrifl Walton it by mutual timing bc- come )irr,;rietur of lie printing Ui-purt- 1 ,,.,,, 1i o , ,17 ' , I '"C"'1 "lld "C"- M- Walton of the 1 Hook store nnd III ti tie r v . l UllOII . c i. I U I llO accounts (if h. V 1 Son, and tlie former nccount of IS. , ... ., f . . . , , I1 " Blton V. t'Ons, will bo found ill the Olfice nf U. 1. Wnlton Jr., Slate u. . , , ' . Street, one door west of the Court to' quostctl. H. P. Walton, IS. V. Walton. Monipt lier, Sept. 10, 1353. Jn. SM'L M. WALTON. At the old stand or Ii. P. Walton & Sov, will be pleased to fill orders for Hooks, Stationery, WiurriNfl Papeii, nnd Hook IIindino on fuvornblo terms. Montpulier, Sept. 10, 185'J. PRINTING Of nil kinds ncnllv nnd nroiiinllv o.v- ccttlud at tlm now printing ollico of I.. P. Walton, Jk., titatc Sireet, ono tloor wost of the Court House. Montpelior, Sept. 10, 185.'. GllllisWAN7isDr Two finnrt girls minted to tend n Power Printing I'rcss. Apply to li. P. Walton, Jit. Monipt lier, Supt. 1-2, 185.'). WALTON'SD AILY JOUIINAL Will Iiq publisiiud us usual during the bession ol tho Lugislaluro. The session promises to bo tintiiually lnnr; nnd unu sually exciting. Subscribers nre rc tjuoited to order cnrly. Terms $ I in advance. EOKditors copjiny tlio nbovo two weeks will bo furnished with the Daily. tdPPoisonlng.i Tbou.atui. uf Pareula wttu u.a V.rmiluf e.amNiard f Caaoiii ll,i;aii,njl,Vc.,aiaaJiaw4ra tUaiHltila ibav au-i.t-.i H,,, Hi it,, pmiaoi, lb... u,t aa4u.ll. la.mi it, iouiiJ.iih.. iu, . .i n.. .,r di...t.,iicli i. .aif.i'iou, Ui. ul -it,i. M. 1. 1 urtlmlla, &. In aimliar x.luuia sarMI l. Tanad lha ad.aill.aigali et llu',nu,.-. I.m.icio.. iv wl,ih a, ail Ualwtu f 4ll .ln.til, miorr.inl y, hall own tlla.ttMirchilleii, li. alil.. In I.I.. i Cdwytawu and a.l Ji.oiJ.i. ail.iaa fwu Ibu.., tfa'.i i,.u, ih..U.uU m.Ve u.a of Ibaonl) icuiua 'llj a.. J..,)," uui .1, fa, llouao.a.v,, U0,m Kyu-i anil .i.l Pill., uj ulixtro lli.l a. il, lit. iU, al.oa uf ih. t'roioi,,;. N, MOUE.SHACK, 11 nimatlia l leuuina. ' R. It. It. " !.ict.'iptlnl tnr.il b. Ri,w,,, R,.0i.,. nJtptml,lou.(.,lt. Itiidw.,', Rout. M l ?" elMn.td .nd i.udlio.1 by Ki.lw.,'. R.no'urtij it.i',, Bl"1 Liver Complaint, w.U n ;!, :.qr th su, tv,i, ,,,,.. LWpl.inlbr Itndsr.j'i llrjol.t.,,.. ThM ,."?!L', r.M .11 rauln.it Immor.. r.n.l., ld,,.,lwl ; l., to .11 who u.s limn plmatnt cp-llh,n ofih. k '"i""" 'th.Jtx'lM'Uho .n.mhsnd l.ut.l t , " "'h nff.n ofll.hmlr. Tlie.it Ions and "., i""' ndrr.il. imd pislli-. I h ruin rly..,,,,,, ns... Iwllps.tH.n, IiIImhi. r,rnpi.tnt,J rv.r.', (.r ,r '' ig.(lM of II. nulnlorl th. pntl.nt ftil. II,. pi. ,h hHH,l. hWtsd wilh (oo.l pp. tn,, ,ni , ! ,.,!. t dljB.IHin. Tike of ltru.,.r., H.S ,..,, " i t iiuips anil fiinisniv. n. n.n. n.i.-iia(ivavm nn.Miv iiit.np wUil Is .Vsst. Mtrriri UHr, CRANl't'.-Mu O. II. In JiM, , w MWrtlr IHiubllM with rump, in lbs rl lrll 2 ,in4 will, is, M psln. In the back and llnt. .h- ih. ... - . ilul tr of ihrM chtMren, ind nlwnj untltrweni H r m.t imnwauainhiMMnh. SU fd th iin.r f, n.c -, '" " HltnrtMd tWlfl IB 8 Mf fl11t-aho imilird fri. w,lh' (Ifherevvfy night. Tk iinc in ih-bick nJ tmn, ,(, , ml In dMMMrR of tint h blewd withxn T' ltvj fto1 mult MM-4Ji ftt Htrtt teert ,., UHBUMTTIC I'AINH I HUKD IN A ftW Mom,, titWlt . It OfM iftNtwYfrh. lluHitl. who "II llifjr nnmn to bm ttlivvvd, rfl.p1.n, 9nt U ju ' inltf Ihw offlCH bv lh Ut f )tel"( httr in t i. , , .l.tsi N-jotcing, witbMit tK eiJ of tttck ur (j( .J itinnrt. N 11. It. R II. Relief iUllbe ratt Terf pln, 0f 1 , miltvm, iiLtrthoa, Koirir HtilT Joint, i-n, H ( , CliliUaod rvn, 111(1 will Inttantiy ib muu ,,t t Cminp and piemn of t;htkit N eirlKii , M) rf thut nrh buttle ofthfl flelitf bai iKe , lj( f Htlwiif Sl i'o. 1C. It. H. .o. 3. HAD Itl.OOU Mrl Ttir nml Rtrh -liifnit Uepoiu ltr,f! hy Kdwiy1 Kinovtin Rrilftrnl Mi. A 11 , , Iropntbf hii In fmt of miri np to t tin 1 ;(h , ( thirk ntl bur). Hallway ttenftin( KMW-ni 1 1 , N t( llinoa a day ff ono mhHBf4lnty tmViie, ,h- .i, T Not a tear rmafi4 tu Hi6fWm hi pjfon 'tl ,f KniiovaUng (tetolffCt, $1 pt 1mUi. KAfnvAY 9l OU., IS Bolton ti, onpit Si r, , N. V- It. R. M lUiifnt At- int lib by itfUltiiKfen, i r.EO.V. UtUtllUBrT tMamwoiii, , , , fur N'w lUmpahirv al Vtrmunt, f a. V,i i a. 0;tri i Sl ru;i.tt. Moontiir. w b Scrofula, TrltMotr. Tb foilowinv r m liitrrin . t, . Tlrr, i iMeiug ih ttccy t Um Rucfc ft t, , K , , Uvf llip fift hnttwit rasp in Ihia tinn. "I hr tn I t n." Iivinj i I i nf Itnriuiiultl vi t r i , lifrmc. 'I hi fact nri brtm nMtfd, aitln . , , , , !iM. Mf i , Iiki a'ot P vtir (,,, ! n:cn d it tl ini-rta'd to i'f, with ut j,U, , t, i j ag " uf 1 1, hn thnf iurrisitt taptdly. ttmt I tieitifly (jainlul Do routulleJ I'ta I . SI M.( , , . ; inl oi Sr w H en, a ml minv l binf -t- vni tj , , Jtmi prnre"!, fu ihul at lit fcje ul miuti I jalc0aea tut t hi neck iliMrlirtii'iHCf anil tM. . u , , j hotilJeta, and br kii I bo bi) . Mr ., fi i i ( lra,luconlinuH il, nnd all other n m . i. , i , vrtiri, whan, in 18 17, br f"H kn wilb a Mr H t.iih f from l.)Drlta'i4, wbo hal (be ra oiaiioi) of r,,, . - g i. Mr C va tM hy linn, flw nl. t ctaa, bo wnnIii fWrmtb hlan aotae. At He u , , mfn"id fhia mHrifttt b w.i inipuii-ri, t Ha bad bran tiBtbla tt. Lout ut all fH n mi, in ,u Mor wan ducbtuff-d fitim hi nck , th mi, ( - t , , wrr Iaaatid In till, and in fuuv hi tr. t . , , mMecd tbn of lbt mdntiif , l.f r-auti Tl.i iatHiriit wa ciniinii! With iianili s , , j liflC litailri, that ha wifhti It pit'i'ri-r, x ' , matltHiav ; and fur month cotilntun.l lo 1 1 k furtfH thxl libit plaat wm R.tib l)a. Mr t r- i, M l)rn, ana, ioliad of bi in-uMf.,,,,:' yp all tntjic nn, and ti-niiniift wfli for hr.. fruin artrr ciartina, a apittHti of blovd w.n ,n. f).rf v-a a Ci'letl.an-l wir i.f th- I from h hUrk tto indtctn, ain aiKi-ci i'- tj.- o. tity-a rn yaara M( njt.- t. hti nrk 'TinrtOK lha fMl r Hi !' I cttoa uf ti a rfti)cly. I'll" aww r l , u , wrkn li. . rf, M II. r Niw.ll.vfi, i j Mia Kttrrt t.t Hock Kue, luraail' - anl iagutf ftiii It , Um '4'ii'h. ', k. gratia. Special Notice. $50,000 worth of Fine Farm- m l urn. 'i v i,(H'(iiii i.fi I't-nr-ii'.i ilt.tvl nla .I K. 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W t'-t va'ii ul lh vai nJ Mi i i uJ u" ful rorr.-t in, tu I tfirmc i 1 lta t Bifnr tit krt$ uf e, ti an l tM.t 1, -and r II ,t. rii- i. i4t t i h-jh ki t ettsMi)ntf "ti( ftPOHnuioiMlol im, iaJ l airtan a ) litn.;uhi ( rim tt ' it lr. SMciilien jvtt'i fntly Mini lilicly ttl lifulrd licallh-rtfrtuK Ultliio birbhtvit berit tr.uf ainl jintrri ,i i i u id t tnail mtioi pf-paratio i tvit i i cuf f i l i Ifota imiatii ,( tlm ..(, li ..itt(i t ! . -ttr ,f.lir. u S-tiri) yiin, and r, iii , I. ii 'f"i dfn tt. i i it it'ti , i i i . . t , i injie'ri I wii,.tut, :li i . r tt -.- e i . . n. . i .n m,t AlaotU fulmuuair) f-Ciilr nnd Miiiiki'm r. r . I- h. ti .1 .1 . . . 'Intl. 1 ... . Ml II 11 Mil I II. V. Ju t..i" lo - . K C.i.. 1.1 .1 iiliUTinqc! In r . lll..i- ( n lsr rlli i M H. 1;. Ill . , , I ul Liri . V 11.4IU at Utu ul. Din.., Deaths In M .t-bfir'n u. 9, lr n Ffvpi, f'.n !i , oi iot tt. hm! U-t. ) MM. a, ID ji -it a I in iii'ii ir, 11', oi il)- t r, mf. f 1 i" l a lit- "I. 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