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V H. XKXTIT. XF.W SKPJF.S VOT.. XI.
BURLIXGTON, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28. 18G4,
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(From the Evening Post.
Union Soldiers' Song-.
Ike nbs hare trampled down our Sell;,
Dtstr. yt d our walls and ditches,
But Al5 can bold the fence again.
And Andy ml the breaches.
Lincoln is the roan k need;
JoliritKiii, too, is handy;
V mkee Doodle, boys . hurrah
for Cncrtt Abe sod ndy !
We're got & Crsnt from Abraham,
To beat too rebels hollow;
Atrtl Vbffl V htvtt man to brad,
ft hy, we're tbe boys to fllo.
Lincoln is the man, 1-
: 1 Butier thinks the way to fight
is wuh the gun and sabre;
4: J doesn't we that "Contraband"
Are "fugitives for labor'"
Linco'n is the man, ie.
The copperheads begin to squirm.
The rebs are looking surly,
rnee Sheridan hat made ihem ran.
Sly fighting 1 ate and Bariy.
Lincclo is the msn. .fcc
At.1 tf our gallant Sherman now
We feel a Utile proa Itr,
Urcause he's made a livery-Mood,
By stirring rbs with powder.
Lincoln is the lain, Ac
' Mir ccuntry in the Navy t o
Fins many a brave defender;
There's Farrasrut knows how la
ind make the toe surrender.
Lincoln is the rain. Sc.
I'jnrlitile Mac has tiugatlhis fact,
For which xe OTie him on vote,
Is hid.ng on a gunbvat!
Lincoln the man, c.
We'll have a man for IVesMent
Whoe ouirte never fiV lum.
Tb it o ninon -ene whici lili ihe fence
U just the thins that a I - h.m'
I 'no 'n lathe mm e need. &c.
There is ft Mom erected in tU- cemetery of i
N --khridse. a i h. Ij v,ll.,p. 0f W, Men. 1
M ii-achiiK-tf. v b. re tin- hilla have with- j
irawn them-elviw a little to let the eun down I
in . re warmly up n w met a rpot upon;
ich in cut tie- following striking epitaph
Kuown by the name of
Died l'ec. ISr..
Her uppoeed ige as S5 years.
' rhe "vas tuni a slave and remained a Have 1
Sir nearly thirty years. She could neither read I
aor r.te, yet in br own sphere ahe had no iu
ir-tor nor yef e.aal. She neither Hasted time i
sir property ahe never violateil a trust nor
tlel 10 i firm a doty. In every sitastioa of
1. tni-stie tnvl fhe was the most etncient helper
ti J the t'-ndrrest fnen.1.
" Hood mother, farewell "
-pilaiih was written by one whose
v'.i art oung lif.', sustaim-d. nn.ler Provi- j
'iv. iy the "g.xHj mother's" jiidi.-i.nir and
.p -re, wiii long spared gratefully ti '
. '.r virtues, and to Is- a paltuni
1 . biasing to how many otlit ' Now t
" ' erv ebiee together in tli-sm in. " In p 1
"t1. Mum Bet was burn ir. -laverv 'n
Mi.. i it. pelts, and there hnviiii ti'c first
' m -ru'in of h'T own right. Watting at
t-t'!. of a ui'iNler to whom sSe had ien '
u. 1 1 - j r .- many years, she hcid Aoine dis-
.n f fie ' Bill ol Rights " .'ie .it
) d iierst'lf whi, she was 11 .t .ntith.i
- 4-rtv, and n-lerred 1 -r tii-f 1 1 Mr.
1 ds .itidge) s-tiiuwick. wb. was iIkh (
. 1 .-iuj ,uu5ig Uwyer of Stiemel Herons- ',
:r ... mt rptc-d the objection ih.a Mum Bit 1
ni.l 's et. too long oepnaani 1 1 i-e auir to ,
:nke care ofherselt and her onU e'nid , but 1
she retorted that " lt whs a ) rir .cnth.it!
enuMii t K-rateh for one Wiiik. ii" Mr 1
S-d'wiek r.ro-eeutcd her cat to tu.. o'jUin- '
.HE rer invdorn ail trw w aces for her j
st ne- roni 21 years of age. 1' 1 .s i-asf was
the v. i-ie that piilit the rork 1: slvveiv in
M.ful. 'i-ctt-., and nnafly ::i llic entire
Nort!) Mum hi t at once felt l.rraelf fiound
'v iht u.legiaii.'-- to her proteebrt-, and lived
1. - .- with i.is family. Tlie above e i
i ! "'i 1 xitiiii.-s tit r faithful life .'here is
p. -'1 r. scene in it. howeier, which faitlv
-1 ttgs o the historical dran a of Iht native
- At tin- time of the famous "Shav's
!'i ." in 17S0, Judge Sedgewiek's liouse.
Ms it fence, was visited by aume of tlw
- a it, 1 .ind jf iu-urgents, n ho made jus iot
tv -tcbword by which they violattsl its
-a. nu panic. The villagers in cxpeetati tn ol
t fniv, 1 ad e mmitt.sl jll llieir valuables to
i.ni l-t'eeire blw pr.-jittrof 1 larg' c-uil-ir
t . -tiling pumpkin- : .r t c disimIs and
' 1 tb ir. -iiinng Tl '.i. y a rs"trc.i ;
-t i-.ri ln-r a-ktu-r w "'t rb,; -.sMi.i. -vi--H.t.
. I'rl-.rfcis alul HOimuitiuirti. Once
in t ,-.he gave ti em jcndy H.liui-s: n tlicy
'i-iti. td their diiniii! '1 oe tur.l'ink
.iv arming I erst lt irn a dij jh r ii.ll ot
t . ruli-r hot slot from thi 1.1., I 'ion, -!a
1 '. 111 into the wine 1'' II e, l.ri auilii
s: -r. - it urt wirtity of song. 1 teic was a I it
s - j.irter. i'lssr. tl best w,'te z -ir
'.'like ot te'" They i.-ji.tcd trie
..-n stuff," .1- tl cy cal 1 if , us ..in
-i-t 1. ind were glad tocoiiieaway One ol
1 y, aa M 1111 Bet was leading tbcm out
s'1 . lingered lovingly over a p irk lianel
j. of the stairs. " lia ' ha'" said
' prtiners and ammunition in a pork
"arrt i ' Xhev next demanded to be show 11
' r iB-usHes." Armed as before, she led
th. ut to her own room, witere, in a eliest was
s'- -iil a ma-sof material easily comcrtible to
'lie "rineHs" of their new calltug. "Xo v,"
nis s'te, " let me see the man that dans to
' "' it there i-nt.ine of you dares;' and
t the deteraiined spirit tltat fired her eye
it 'i nerved htr arm, they felt their little
nrl outnumU'tcd if not surrounded. They
jU.iai.d t. lore her. and were glad to slink
Ir .oi the house, folioned by her triumphant
1 its notice was written by a younger
member A my launly. There are facts in
"'.iia Bel's story which, perhaps, nre nut
i.iwn to turn, ami bclietc live only in my '
u- TV . Tnetr worth may he exacgerattd J
' ? my fond meupry of this gnat woman,
1 f itiilul nuiS- uf my ehil.li .ksI and tliat 1
" all my i.tmily, all now paseed on. Muiu '
; was a -lave ol one ot tiu lusgnabbot
t xe, a resident of SlstlK-ltl. Jla-sachu-s-.ts.
lie was, as stic rep tried of him, a
, .i.'.c ..iter and "all worth)" in eliar
ir. But he was unfauly joked to a
iman of 'erociuut. temper M.iui Bet hau
uit r sister, also a slave 10 tl.e same
i-tty. sue was a siira p.ece," is Mum
Uesci svi ncr to tne ; go."-, gentle, con-
Mptivr and timid. Mom Xk-i cherwhed
''Lizaie' the exoessiie yt-aining love- that
. eiilere A 1. tauiiiy aie apt :. it. i ter u
.ngee-;, atid extcnd.si to her the proteo
1 that thu strong ana generis .me und
'ts'inctively give to the wea Lazzm was
e brtaii-n.aker of' th tamiij. The mis-rts-
re"'.ncted theservauis u biaek bread,
i ji; distastatiul to poor Lizzie, and on
o.- occjsjen, when she had been kneading ;
'.it lan.ily hatch, she scraiiod IV no the sides j
' ice ample knot ouwi, loruirriy in ruuic
o- . ciiujgn cougti to roast? a i.'iiv Qtr. anu
- ddiu i- for herself The mistress caine ;
' tl iLiu-isrii at tls- m.itoent the oven wan t
1. -noj r..ady to re-.t-ne the 'ariU. tne
j.ca o- cuosc Uiys was a eOTb oi maoorm hi
''ir. It was buatd with wood Iwrn-sd to
jal, aud trsro Cteaiied with bruaO or 11.
tboveteallf.lHr.vl Di. i.r ha.A IMSt Isa-n
- 7 - ; -" a , I
'-.tara, and was still at red heat the little i
is V. ..ii.hi .k,. . . ICI., 1
.ie Cought tb mistress's eye. " What i
tljs for." she dentanded. " lor me, missis,"
-ip...4 th. tnio' iiuj. girl. Ine worn, n
-erred tbi .i.ovol and aimed a ! low at Lizzie.
Mcni Be' it,trpotid bar arm, saying, " Ytu
ku latr.tU) her:" and bemclf received tho
loa tharJ cut to the bone, and to j
I Kre ehe carried the rear. 1 ban never
I forget it; a hideous broad war aero the
; hull brewdth of her arm. When she de-
cribed tl.ts eutrnie, ii),e would sav, "She
fe4,;r "truck at Utile iigsin nor nt inc. I
let my arm go bare. It waa awful fore, but
I I put nothing over t ; when people ramc
I liuu the kitchen and asked, What ail your
arm Bet?' J only eaIll, . A.K mini V and
I si n.wra and uarcn t speak." In nil I
i I'Jferiiw in long life favored with Rn In
j innate friendship with many distinguished
"1'i-lt! of wy i.wu raw, I nai'e never known
person or character wade up uf clement
nia-rior t. Mum Itrt-P. ter Ililm.t , yM
. will readily pcrc.ii,, was a contraction of
j the familiar nursery eW.iiiiuet of Mamrav
Bet. She iioiicaAl in Fr..n..h "
l.vaftrj.titaior. perpUx.d by the name
as Ilueh Bet I , ..r rfa during her
tut illness, and never entered her apartment
hilt With 3i a. iilim.it ..,..1. ... I -.:i . i
i . rw " i uiiirufc iiutc
.iieina Hiat ot iA ntnn.
iojuatify tluii aentiurnt riertait in. to
add one IU..I,- anecdote. During one of her
lat di.ji eh- had a prof.feiunal it ftont a
Ucrpj u an jf tl r .,ld echool, ta-rnrtnted with
j.puhir lai.t.. -Youaren uofi to die.
Bet. he-au. -Ytv, flr." he angered
catoily. He procti.-ded to al b.fore her death
and the judgment, and tcrrow of tho
. "Vuuartnota nn.ir.r ll-r- I..
mlerroijitixih No. air; I never
made nu proftMi.Mi." Tin,., if not
Tuiin:iticully, ua uttered uuderi-Uwlin-lv
j of tin full meaning. "Arn t Ton afraid to
uiettyour Judge, Bet?" "No eir." tbere
liliedJolv; and added delilierately and
j -mplMti.'aily, with a quiet awwrrd dinnity
j never to l furjrotten, "No hi, I am not
nieuru ; i neve inea to do my duty und I am
notikleiinl." Thus th died Wh witnew. in
life and in death. .No wmtier the bbould
My, m I have often heard her: "At any
time !,il. I wus a rlave, I woull have given
My life lor une minute ot free bnvttli."
Inroppurt ot my arrertiun tlmt ilum Bet
w O..1V uitiHTr. ali i nie to cite iie a
uareajtv Ii jui tl.eai licit-un "li Nero 1'acc
in Aicei -.i,' ' to h nub I have leftrred. It
ti.vy indicdle tu nt . r iuin.:. 1 r 11 d.m to
lutix , ;t ui M..ui l, 1 M.ia Ij i s rii.jK'11 iu-MruUM-nt
M li i.vi.j ihe iui:(n.-i.i.: .n ot" l-r
,a K"V MlCll uiui. "Si
far aa it is trot .1 tne fait-t iiiniirijiuti.ini
o. a Haw me gniuml ol -noinl or m1i
licl tijjlu i, a j ledc ot uhimnte r.H use lor
nil, tU doou 01 Aiueriu.n fiii-r wae pui--eu
Ufiiee the D.elaratiun ol InX., ......
A netTo vomaii vrax born in -laverv in 1
wuu obtained lnr own fivedum'on that ,
KiskiihI. ana tbue ivH.Ki.t aUut U aboli
i ! n JIaachu-lte tiret. m.d al-
ernrdain the other northern rtau-i This
rJii;tn Freeman, hetbr kihiwh an Mum
Bet, heard while waiting; at table di-eu ion
oi me tun 01 rii.t- ana We new cun-otulion
.if Mnrhneett-. ; and it wa clear that all
but 'dumb bcattV had, m.der those prui'..
iona, a claim to a isonallila'rt.v. Sit cun
hulted an emineiil lawyer no ' le n luan
than Judge Sedgwick ; he took up the cat
reriounly. andobuined her Ireedosa, with
waicea for Iter ervicei. from tw. ntv-ooo veara
"' "K' This bapprl in 1772 : so many
01 nt r loiioMut her 1 xaupie tlmt
e..ii Ux'ime u matt, r of ii.'enienec
alslil. slavery in Mae-huM-tts and drop
the iil.jet." Mas C M. ktigrkk
t Coi-ass The New York Baily Vrsrs,
a slrenihMi- srippm-ter of the Chicago plat
form, lias always maintained that the negro
is unfit to enter the Union annua and that
hia employm) nt in that capacity by the Gov
ernment w.is a blunder and a crime; but
no when it hems the In Ik at the Sooth
iiUmt cnlis ing n.grots in the rebel a-tny.
tl.t Srics says .
The slts of the South can be made to
supply an ixeilleiit mtterial for infantry. Iss--.lv
.in I f great ph.s ctl streagth, they may
be convurteil into a, soldiery m ix or eight
m-rtitii. Luder oinnmind of ofaeets to whom
ihfy haie ren-l.Tfl a life-long, uaqaestiantng
ots-dience, mt to whom they pay aa albetionate
ilex.aion. ihsy may be laoMed into an invineiUe
machine ler the direetioa f a saaa of nrili-
W abotw T.W-interesting eati. are
thus .Uwilied by .1 e .teiopirary A "honey
wi-ddmg ' is when start in wedded life.
1 1: ...- . - ,1
A "'s;en wedding" is the tenth anniver
sarv, when five little luiikc everything
l.s ilc wien to some folks. A " silver
vrdding" comts on tiie tw nty-filth nnnher
sary, when tl.e "old man's" pile begins to
swell, and his hair is growing rilvvry. A
"golden wedding" comes on tlse fiftieth an
nii. ritrv of the match, when riches become
solid gold, and Use g-dden davsnf enjoyment
j are jsit. , "awmorMi wciuing must ainiu
1 00 the seventy-fifth nnnivesary. lor no one
j runs up to the 100th in this ilimttc ; then
I all is sparkling in tie future; and that is
ah mt the last o' it, on earth.
, T It V I, I
I IS KF.IT
it Which Simrui ni HrcattDEn j
.ingtTjf dia'.ior, I
as a ti ia
I me 'i iTentril 3 leridTn in ll- Slienamh-ab
ul. . in -rij. r t render it untenable lit !
re. 1 a, .ne, si.ggtsis a scheme of letaliation j
..i wliicti wcbaie imd some intimati.mslitre- 1
t..lor. T.,isscl mcistt.e.ppn.H-..iti .nby
t'..c ti ' I .uittioritics of the sain of one mil-
I .li.llais f.sr the hiring .m! a gang of I
ir..s imeiirst n. to . ,orn
.me .1 ti chief ci l ics, of the eneiuv. rhe
It Aw savs -nt.tl.ing would Irecwier." that 1
'Uf nui. to execute tlw Work are already
lien," il.at, lor instance, "twenty men,
wuu tiiami all pn Concerted and means m
ti'U.1. sekasting sonic dry, wiixly night,
niglit tne Bision in a hundred places," and
Unit if t!ar Yankivs retaliite, "it is a game
ut wl.n.1. we can bant ibeni. New York is
worth twenty Richtnonds.'- Pinally says the
Haiy, "if the txecutiveis not ready for
tins, we commend the 111 tier to the secret
deliberations of the Congress about to meet."
The St. IMiis Ilefubiican has a special
dispatch from JilTerun City, Mo., which
says tbe guerrillas under Tudd entered the
German settltment in Ijufaycttt Co., on Sun
day night, and killed 2S Germans, fired their
house and Cuimpelled llit. women to tematn
in Ihem until the roofs were atslut to fall,
when tbey were allowtd to cstcri.
CarrcKi: an Destxiction o a SiZAmii.
Tlie sttsanMT Rain.ike.trthe Havana line, left
Havana some weeks "ince and has not arrived
at .New Yolk. A Bi iiiah steamer at Halifax
from Bermuda. rcsirte that it was rumored
that tiie Bounuke whs crt itured bv Braine.
She was taken to Bermuda where'sbe" landed
her pa---ngeis, hut was not allowed to coal
or provision. Braine then proceeded to sea
and burned the steamer o2 . B rruuda and
returned with h r crew in tbe b.ats. Ue waa
immediately amaied by tbn Bi tish anthcri
lieo. AirtheTsimental and bittleMig. to tbe
liiimber trf rjlteen. loot by our tro-spi in the
Department 01 Arkansas and tl'C Gulf dcr
ingtie jast year, haie Nx-n rtisptared fcy
Lieuten .nt Early, of the Four J Wisconsin
casnlry. while Mjooting witlws nuniberot
bis utcn in the Yiemiy of atchi-i. lit aier.
captured a tery important rebel .Mtii
n..tt m iiement nrevaiis niut;xi Cairo"!
ctmaCjUcu.sj 01 a raid into vieeUix raeo- (
tfkv bT Forrest's liircfc. Gen. Merditn .
oua tlw distriet has issued a pr-wli; 1
m!lti,m ohIIiBl- on tti citizens to susreoa .
business aad raliy to arms sind drive naok ,
tbe I'M ho'ie f.itrtot ntmet-lt l
at Oirinth w un a strong cataio' oitno I
. LI. l-ii:.,. I.. IWn b'l.titn Krn
I'l tlT-isimi wiiiiiiuu win. - - -
v.f..ert Ken- t
tuv frum tbn twrdtwof upptesson. ana al- (
. -. . .1. -.1.. . tt... I
low tin people t" vote as they please at tbe
eoniint cicc'an. The rels-l .w 'ett at
txrstpvit.Mi!- I estiioateu m JI".'.
Adispa-t.il .torn PniLADtLtUUt Oet19
.s: Official r. turn from all i.ut' HBTcn
ouatica givoU Uataa mayantyia
FRIDAY MOR.VINQ OCTOBER 2, Ibn-I.
nUERRII.LA II UD IX VEUMONT!
ST. Al.IIASS 1.NVAI1BD.
Hlph.h.tEdcd Itoblety and .Murder.
We (ift from the mass of rumors flying In
an excited community, thp factn an near aa
wc can rcli.ibly ascertain them, of thu out
rageoiH acta ol violence and robtw, com
mitted in bt. Albans ytterday, by a band
About 4 V. .M. yesterday, a ooaitnny of
about twentv-five tnen, wine of whom had
been lounging about St. Albani for several
days, hadoenly apired in the streets ol
that place as an organized body, armed with
revolter. and aeparuting into Mjuad at once
went to their work of plunder. Tart of
them seized boree in the afreet, cultiojr
them from vehickn and taking tbera where
they could Gnd them, and rode up awl down,
firing their revolvers and intimidating the
citizen. The ret in pqunds of four or five
went to each of tho bank, and presenting
their pistols derxu.ndcd and reiied the lunds.
The First National Bank Ket, as ii stated,
about $55,000 in bills anl U. S. bond-, the
St. Albans Bank about $75,000, and the
Franklin County Bank variously stated from
$40,fW to $70,000. .Mr. BeanWey. Cash
eir of the Franklin County Bank was locked
up in tan vault, and neatly smothered lfote
he could In. released.
ine parry in tne atreeta. meanwhile, an
nouncing themselves to be coutcderate ofce
et and aoldiere, ordered every one who offer
ed any resistance, to the Ureen, where they
were pl.iccd under guard. Mr. C U. llunt
ington, jewtller (11 brother to our townsman
"'U'l Huntington) who was at too door
xl t'i More, refusinR to obey Mich in order
,hjt ,y tte ru85n who one it wound-
k , , L h wound-
10 '"P "Bd then marched bleed-
log to the green. Mr E J. Morrison, due
ler bt-ilder. while ownding in the
etreet, was mortally wounded, receiving a
ball, which passed through his hand, (bis
bntids b-ing in bis pockets) and into hist
These operations proceeded for nearly an
hour, when having stolen all the money
they could find, together with tvtenty-lhie.
Imr.ts, which rrotwMv indicates tn. exact
number of the party , tl.ty made off iu tiie "tuot' u' StlWI ; rust N ilional $50 .
direction of Sheldon, w ito their booty . j i XJNQ u btlla and bnd
As sojti as tie cititeus recovered sofE.ant- Tlie amount recovered from the robbers
ly from their surprise und alarm, a company j waa reliably reported at St. Albans to he
was organized, and Capt. Conger ol the Yi. j t6(l,0ll.
Cavalry with men or eight folmer uembera )
of that regiment and about 40citiaet alart- I aiit , R..k . ,.. .. ... I ,im m The anuui t tsken from ins bank
. auu-iajn tunic waa porpjsea , bat it was 1 M Rbmit s$ ji),ik Mr. J R. Armtngtun-
cd in pursuit. ! jj fl,r tllt nih, tbe niti
crs reache.1 enm.ng ir.10 the hank v fi-w nnnm.s atiur. hn.l
We learned next morning that tbev over- ' ,1,.-., Tt,..- h. r i. n..i.i.,i ,n 1 'ppirently ta mt, an.l ui strust ns son r.
hauled and captnred eight if tbe robbers I
aeros-s the line, taking sk in Sunbridge C.
B., and two in Fnd.ghsburg, with nine ri
ses and some ot the tnoney. Two of Cm
ger'a lrty are reported wounded in tl
affray. When tne news reached here about half
last four, tne alarm-bells were at nin e rung,
the citizens assembled, and a party ol lurty--even
men, armed with rifles: and revolvers,
started fur St. Albans by the first train, un
der command ot Lieut B. L. Burnett, 12th
L". S Infantry.
Iatuis Foilett, K'q., now addressed tbe
crowd from the front oi the Town Hall, urg
ing prompt organization, and stated that
arms and ammunition had been sent for from
the Arsenal at Vergenncs.
By vote Mr Foilett and Sheriff Flanagan
and J. A. Sltedd, were appointed a commit
tee to take all measure" necessary for the
pablic safety, it being then unknown
wliellieror no the guerrillas were coming
this way, or whether the affair at St. Albans 1
might not be a rt of a much more cxten-
"Z nd,,in j
, . ... i- 1 1
iuaT hundred stand ol arm- with a muni- I
nition had in the mean time been ordered
her fan, Vergenncs by Hon. F. E Wood
, ., ,
''"Jge, and armed by the six o clock train.
A company of eighty citizens was at once or-
nnized bv Cant. Paee and Lt. Ilene.liet.and
anJ marehcd t0 the Ccntral Dypot
readiness to take train north it nouircd.
Another company of like number was
subsequently organized under command of
Lieut. To bin.
The soldiers and convalescents from the
hospital, CO in number, were armed by Capt.
Glcnwin, Provost Marshal, and placed on
duty at once. A guard of the invalid corps
was rent out with the steamer United States
Des patcltea Irom tbo Governor and Adjt.
Gen. Washburn were received, ordering
Capt. Bancroft of the Invalid Cor to pro
ceed at once to St. Albans, with all his men
tit tor duty, dincting the Selccttorn to fur
ward there all the availablearms, and Mating
that Col. RedSeld Proctor, of thu 15th Vt.,
bad been ordered, here to organize the militia.
The Governor also ordered tip from the Ar
senal 2.000 muskets to be distributed 500
here, 2C0 to Montpelier, and 1.000 to St.
Albans, with SO ,000 rounds ot ammunition.
Col. Proctor arrived bj train at nine
o'clock, and at once took all necessary ni ens
ures, not already taken. Strong guards
were placed on tbe docks. The Bridges
acroM the River on the North were guarded,
and mounted men stationed on the roads
North to arrest all suspicious uhaxacters.
A rifiod 6 pounder, belonging to Mr.
S5.rr.c6, waa minned hy J. P. Flandcr& and
a company from tbe Pioneer shop and Ium-t-er
yards.and was stationed on the bteemboat
whirl'. Another artillery Kjuad m also
oiKanistn, lor tbe "Jackson" cannon, ii re
quited. To muskets orduretS by tbo Governor
Irom Ycrgenoe-t arnw-d about 2 A. M., nisi
crt of tnein i re lmEivliittlv ts.nl on to
u Altant. under a guard ot twenty-ave
d c.1B,marl of Sergeanf Geo.
TT ' . h
home anxiery .was. felt lest another party of
friers -should have rtllW-S steamer On-
. - p . imfrrriike. desaint nron
. , , ....
tcis-piacti ; out iue tieaiue. cuio m w ue-
. , n at
uaj 10 P.
to tbeir bomw. and einiet reigned for tbe j
CiL rrsitor u swtcd byiriunds, j
flf tll ir.th Vf orwt i .,' nM. t il,f CS
. Benedict, and Col. Geo. A. Merrill, who
were active in discharging the numerous du
ties attending the org.iniivtion, arroir.p, and
stationing of the men, receiving a!o the ac
tive co-opcratlou of the Selectmen and oth
er of our leading citn-ni.
At Montpclier the news was received about
tho Mine lime as here, Mr. Barlow of St.
Alhan' reecuing the first disfntch which was
read to the House by the Speaker.
Lt. Col B.C. Benton.lateof thelltliVt.,
was authorized by the Governor to raise a
company ot Volunteers, and Lieut. Murphy
of the Invalid Coip. with 75 of his men.
was ordered to St. Albans. Col. Benton's
eumpiny was soon rnUed and put in com
mand ot JIaj J. J. Boynton. and Col. Ben
ton wu directed to take command of all the
force at St. Albans. A guard was put round
the State House, and the Mreets waro strol
led. Bt-iide all preparations in this State, we
learn that Maj. (Jen. Dix, at New York, in
command of the Department ot the East,
telegraphed Lot night Uiat troops would be
-ent here .tod ordering immediate pursuit ot
A deepatch was aUo received from iV'.i.
CanLon at Xew Yorl tinting that he was
about to lenve nt once with
arms and am-
Col. Proctor teccived at 12 30 A. M. the
following dupatcb from Col. Benton at St.
Co Prottor : Cant. Conger with a tsirtt 1
ot htty or more nave b-en h.-ard from witt in
hall a luiiu of i' e raiders at Sheldon. Col. j
Jewett started from Swanion si'.!; a fortv !
a:id will probahlv head them off Tin got
0 .lj a borse blsntet at Swantnn.
K. C. BENTON. j
Next morning tl.e temporary companies
were ditt banded and a more permanent organi
zation of 100 minute men bae been made
under command of Capt. L. W . Page.
Some of the ttolcn money was dropped on
tlw streets by the fieebootcrr. One package
of 1200, as ne hear, and another of $500
were thus found and recovered.
Thursday morning May. Austine, Prove t
Marshal General of the State, went up to St.
Albans with two companies from BrattU
boro. Since writing the above wc learn reliably.
The sums taken from the St A 1 tains Banks,
were from the St. Albans Bank $73,000 in
bilk, t'ou tne Franklin Couutv Bank
T1.ns ia no dmht that rbe r.e '.. rt ii the
the cashivi , set fire to hia turn, andiron
,rrK.j tne 1..
. nui 1 .-,vw Mtv .
Ve Kara than a man suspected of a share I
n tU alftir was arrceted in St. Albana next I
ID iriiing and $ 000 of the plundered fu nda
tolind on his is-nton. The nurtured ni.iran- 1
, , ... . . , . ,
der-were taken to St Johns, whree Judge
CiMimil is holding a court for their cxami- '
nnti -n. and whither ttiewitra-at-s and irr t
nievsv.rv 1 .1 their rontiction have been sent. I
Tli. I'aiiadtiri Kutlioritiis, upon the appli
I cation if Judge Aid i". who went lnti7M n-
trcal for th it ptirp-isie Wednesday night, co-op-ernted
ae.itely withourown inattemptsto ar
rest tin raiders. Ol the two men shot in
tbe fight with them in StanbriJge, one was
a Canadian C instable The militry and
jiol.ee force of Mitsixpjoi and HjuviIIc
Counties are out, and patrolling the roads
and aa the rubbers are believed to ) all be
tween St. Johns and the Line, it is thought
all or moat ot them wiU yet be captured.
fwooi them are reported to have been
residents of St. Albans for a while 7st ; tl
rest decHared themselves and are flieyetl ,0
have been c mfederate soldiers
they were thus avenging Sheridan's treat
ment of their friends in tbe Shenandoah val
ley Mr. Morrison died of his wouud Friday
morning at nine o'clock. His wife came
to iiim front Manchester, N. II . Thursday.
Mr. Huntington is doing well, though
weak from loss of blood. The robbers
appear to have been in part, at least,
deserters from oar army.-One, named
Bart, a deserter from the 11th Vermont,
waa positively identified by a farmer
comrade, and two others are said to
have been recognized aa deserters from the
5th and 6th regiments. Two men were ar
retted in St. Albans Thursday, on suspicion
ol connection with the raid, and are retained
iu custody, one as witnris against the other.
Judge Aldis tclegiapbcd from St. Johns
Friday afternoon: "We baie eleven men
under arrest in all and have recovered about
$73,000. Private dispatches say fourteen are
eaptuied. I cannot vouch for it, but it is
Wc learn that another raider was taken
yesterday at CooV'a Comers, near Frelighs-
' burg, with a quantity of the stolen money
in Lis pofsesion, and tnat the whole number
captured thus far is fourlten, five in Fre
lyUeburg, yur at Stanbtidge, one at St.
Johns, on; at Waterloo, and three at West
The prisoners arrivedat St. Johns Satur
day end the examination coaimenec4
Monday. Hon. G. F. Edmunds of Ba. -Hngton,
Hon Andrew Tracy of Woodcock,
and lion. L. B. Pick of MontpelicT, will ap
pear for the United Statr. Tho prifoncrs
have taigagtal able coun-el in Montreal.
Tbe ftt. Allxns Messenger says.
The prisoners claim that they scted under or- 1
dcrs f.om Richmond, that they were soldier of
the "ConfeJerate army." that their acts were
aotsof war. that they bU a right lob released,
could nt,and would not.dcliverup " soldier, of !
the C. S. A." &o. They aay that their orders
iMlcdedthebw'.s.l awanton and Sheldon.
i and inslrutttd tkem ta fin St. .ilbam, that '
they had the necessary appliances, but tie man
t Sttnonnge, claiming to have hern the ieajr,
J lh' ,he men were 6,ow ttw b had no
1.. , 7 -.. Z
t.ms tt n-.rtr thsn hsif itn 1 1. .... ,k-. h.iF.r i
nis men oia corning at an, and cy the time they i
lis.l ses.isstl thA mnrsv it www hik ,;n. .Vac '
; had secured the.mor.ey it was high time they
Whetacr ther have been m the rebel array or ,
not, there is Lttlealcubt thit they are Southern
ttistt. Thsls snnsas.nss sn.1 t..i-,i.-..
tiz;n of Can.vlt, with fw ciccpion.
h ve tarr rsre sympvthv with n. and Mve
extrteo t6u.eives stronjlvin rmr fivnr. Mo-iey
found aloni the roil hxs been hvn W over: in.
farrattion hvi been fally given, aid the rlers
were hot little better off after enwinz the line
than before. The IT pert lht bailiff, named
Hunt, was shot, is nnfonndtd.
(From the St. Albws Messenger, Oct. 20.
The Invasion ol St. Albans.
S'. Altnns hss been snrpr"std excil. At
hslf pist three o'clock yesterlvv, nor peacesMe
community was taken somewhat aback to 6nd
in our srrfels a company ef some twenty or
iinrtv ame.1 horsemen
Tl- mMnlr-rr,f it was
impossible to ilivtiie. Men
n ruhed from thnr
stores and nfficrs. not, perhaps, partly!! with
fear, but with wonderment. One enquired of
another, "what does this mesn?" "They are
armed with revolvers '" It is a rebel rial
rete r.m t
they mean to. lestrov the villiie." were tha ex-
clsmations that ereetol us on all sides as we
entercl Ihe s'reet. We knew not oarself what
it meant, and the neighbors , of whom ire en
quired, were equally ignorant. We s iw men 1
prooeedint from the liery establ'shment of
Wm. & R II. Poller, with bort. onharnetaed, !
lead by the nailer of the establishment, who
sai.1 he would rida tVra "N.," said Itie man
who ordered them. "We will take csre of our 1
own horses.'. Jumping on to them with im
petuous haste, large navy revolvers showed .
themselves in Ike hands of all the mounted men. j
Mr. E. I). Fuller, who was then apnrnaehing .
the "scene" exclaimed ; "what does th a mem : '
"take back those horses." "Odd m yoo. if
yon don't lep stilt we will shoot ynn." prndu-
cmg their revolver. The next pvrt rf the pri-
vrumme was Ihe appearance of l u:Wr
'poor a;v 'homer.' lie stool near Ihe
shop of Mr. Bifdad Paul, and trie to shoot hia
'irun,' but far three consecutive times ihe 'thins'
failed to give other utterance Ih in a 'click.' Mr. '
K J. Morrison, the contracter for our lir.r ho-
tt I. wan atandiag on the atepa of M las Beattis's
shop, just one dorr north of the Messenger
ntthie, with hand on the I itch of the door, ami i
rsceiveil a shot though h-'s right hsnd, wh .'ti j
lis ......l t .k. r tk. u.r
tfiee. excla.m:ni. 'I'm ahot.' oreasinir hia h-.d
at ine same lime upon his tom.-n line
or two of the Mevejurer hands immeiltstsiv as
f isted him fo the Urn-; Store of L. I. Putc'ier
S Son, where medical help was immediattly
I While this was going on, the more Snu'hsni
' part of Main street was in great excitss-nt
I As we looked lon the street, we m srme.1
horaeraen shooting their guns with t(ie sreaiest
' impocity. Our cttisens stood a'lent and atm.ist 1
t speechless. A man evme running op ihe street
1 exclaiminc. All tbe banks are robbed," "Mint j
shall we do?" 11 hat can we do' wis the uni
versal arswer. About that moment sppevreil
Captain George R. Conger, of tbe 1st Vermer.t
Cavalry, who urged the citiseoa to vrm tht'.i
selves with anything, even wiih troonisttcks -'
We have a lot cf rebel raiders upon us," lie
emphatically etxlaimed,"and let uscatcii tUm "
During the Seat tea minutes tmis, the r.idirs
were entering our bink. steal nz nor-e- ami
aig our eitiiena ia the most ftizhital mmnsr
Their first drseeat was upon the N .tiunai Ut: s
They entered it without anr re- s'vnce n I 1.
was impossible to make any. They im k .
CoU in 1 8-ltl Treasury boods, in Ii'rmm nst 1 is
of 60, iU, iVWe au i I.UOj's , ri.t' n
Spereent lsjal trailer coupon notes.
legal tender interrat hearing notes; .yin
carreneyofN. E. Bink-. and grtenbicks in
entering the Franklin C.utity ll.nk.thr o'nsr,
Mr. Betrdstey. and aravnbv thenvmeef tlirk.
I ith whoa ihe tashier was enitn(r f ir some
work be b id been doing for hira, were unc. re
1 moniouely shoved into the bink safe, and the
I key lamed upon them. The raiders, nf oour-e. 1
. then helped taemselvr to all the visible funds
tnen helped taemselvr
tinng. asK.-l, Who s here' when Mr Ussr. s-
ley. from ha vbaelv confined den.' au-i "Irt us
out. Tuesifewaa nnsnsd. and not r a me tne
imprisoned, sonwwhst alarmed, as miv t rt'ij-
My supposed. The Sr Albana Bark was the
f r"? "f.tnt Tu '"l?
trrel it. and t he lel era. Messrs Ut. ion and
Seymour were compelled to tike the Confeiler-
ale oath, n-.ucb to Ihe disgust of tnese loyal
r.sprtt.1 ie uien. Mr Ureck. of tae Urw of
Knrit t Wetherbee. coming mf f,e bink .1
Ih s tune with S4IW in band to derosii. si' m-
'T'r' inf"rn;ed b one of '" r'",lT "'J'
'bxik depos t, and the rorney e 1 -1 f- -n ho 1
The raiders then proceeded to rinaek 'tHa t.o-
ney depaitment of the bank, ami sos-seued m-
carrying otfa larffe amount.
, llur cit tens abour th-s nine romtnencl real.
I it ng their position Tbev Mt thvt th'tnwn
1 arms-and, indee.1. ftw 'iher. were ml,.n. I
' horse, were in great reo,u.,..n. a, were sho. 1
I guns and revoltria The raiders, mai iuler.,
, or contnlertte thteita quietly pro-c .led iiur.li
j war.1 In twenty ntmulia or lias, a comovny 1.1
I horsemen to tbe number of about forty, ws
1 shoull juilge, waa organtzil by Capls. Newton
and Slranahan and others the br.ne Capt.
I Conger and a few ot hi rs hiving prcceled Ihem
j which immediately surfed iu pursuit. Tl.e
'pursuers kept close to the mvriu ler-. wno on
their arrital in Shel Ion set fire to the bndjs.
I alv. k. hipi. r.r VI. atr.1 ir..,k i.... . u .
orumotlr exiinmiaibed. Hs.'sM.,r.
sueu ny me party irom nere tney n i4 uo inn.'
1 to rob ihe bink at Sheldon, an.l the raiders i
1 tkenee went dtrectlr tnwar.la Pawaila In Mt .h
ctty, where the 'ad.ance guard' of Ihe pursuers
reacnea mem ."Mmr jumpeU from tin r horn -,
in the greatest haste, and look' for the ' i
On application to the Canadian authorities, two
of the robot rs were arrested and put in in n"
The Canadian authorities then with iNinimeu i
ble energy went in search of the robiiera tt
this writing we learn there hate neeu arrest..! ,
al Slab city or near th it place, three, and 11 it
Sranbridge, where fifty thousand dollars wire I
Our town is most tborouchlv onran.zeJ
Never before has tne excitement been so gre it
in tbis section nf the oouBtry; and lb pres
ence of miliury from Burlington, Montpelier
nd Brattlenaro' is a silegnard of security. An
attempt was made by tbe marauders lo fee sev
eral of our bulldincs. An attempt waa made to
fire the American Hotel last night or raiher it
was diseovered after the villians had left, but
the re was extinguish.. This (Thursday)
morning, Mr. A I wood on attempting 10 open his
store found that a portion of it waa ignited with
phosphorus. Along our streets we cannot fill
to see the bullet boles. In front and on all sides
we obserte the attempts of the rebels to k.ll and
In the window of A. II. Munyan, are three or
four bullet boles to be seen; it was near this
point lhat C. II. Huntington receivdthw wound,
the shot being occasioned by his determined per
sistence lo stop the operation of th raiders.
We are glad to be able to say that Mr. Hunting
ton is likely to recover.
The appearance of the military here last eve
ning, commanded by Lt Col. Benton, somewhat
aided our citizens in preserving order; and the
orderly manner of tbe seldiris during the night
and to-day. attaches much credit to CoL Ben
Ion, JIaj. Barsfow, and Lieut. Burnett.
We are reliably informed that from sixty to
eighty thousand dollars of the money, taken by
the raiders from here yesterday, is in tbe hands
cf the Canadian authorities, awaiting the action
our State Government.
.From tho Burlington Tisica, Oct. 20.
t seems that for some days these raiders had
een hanging about the dirTerect hotels. Some
of them had rocms st the " Tremoat," ethers at
o "Americas." while eight of them had quar
ters at tie " St. Albans Bccze;" and here tbt'ir
eisgclir behavior attracted tha attcatsn cf the
landlord, Mr. Pcirce, aad he viewed tktm as
suspicious characters, yet did cot dream of their
bum; envoys extraordinary cf Jerf. Davis.
The leader of the parry is described as a till.
wvll-bnilt msn iv!-l.wi!rtnw ..a : I
i - - " . . - - .-....-... , icKis.crra
himself at ths Tremont House as T. B. Clvae. or
lUmoi. He first appeared in St. Albans aboit
,he luh of Ojurter, when be put up at tbe Tro-
and remamrf !wo oV three d.js. !
that time be mostly kept his room, but several '
"rangers in the meanwhile visited him at his
f"""- U next vu.ted St. Albans on the morn-
"8 "0ct. lith. He wss evidently a man of ,
. c olness and of cnod eduaition. and ia
nnaoucteaiy a Confederate officer of high rank.
The estimate of their numbers is various, but
we putos nem at irom .ji. to 4ti. They were
well anwi with bwse-pistols of a new and moat
servsreaoie narrsrn. ihsv sash s..i twin. Ab
. - .
iour oi mese forniiaaoie wtapons.
After diLrier thr riMwni. trsr.
After diLner these nertavus were aesarsv-asant,. .
allr in Troon,. h.,r sss..le s-.lw T.T
.0.W MainWet. m -r" neighe,
TUE ST. ALBLSS BASC
men rv wrJ,l",:. T,.", " I
men very well dressed, and evidently mm of !
iattlligtnce. came into the bank. All were f jir
in appea-r-me site on who is described by oar
t-rroer townsman, I. A. Seymcnr, ho ws in
ika DirMlrtr'v mrm t.e nli t .K tim. fl
of most mvlicioas v'sce. Tirse MIons an.
preached Mr C. N. B shop, Tilfer of the Bink.
and pretenting a pair of p'stols. proceedtJf to
rob the institution. Mr B shop ran into the roots
where Mr. Seymour wss and attempted to belt
the door, lut they were too quick for them, and
fiirsini. th .1m rttaku. . .Imm.a.1 r . i.w ,1,.
. .1 If. C . I T.I . i...
...ii.., auu ,ir. crj wimr pnscmci win. n rcoel
argument in th: shape of n p:sto! at his beail.
They were then obliged to sweir an onth of alle
gisnce to the Southern Confedtrocy, and not to
dimlire any of these croceedincs f.ir tiro hours.
The letder of the parly said : We arc here
! 0!K"r tne order of Gen. Early. You b-ive been
",, int0 ,ot Shenawloah alley, burned our
nouses anu wasteu our properly : ami now we '
proposo to pay you back in the avtne eoin." I
Mr. Seymour, being an extremely sood Union
man Iwsltjtfl.1 fihnnr Iflltini. .h n.tl. mmmIwI
( , - v j
! J" -rwtenlnpl'e.tiouor"cilI lead" Svon ,
! orooS " "Oei trims.
IBt.NKLIS COC.VTT BtK.
According the rutemeats f the cashier, M.
W. UearJsfey and Jtcksjn C!irk,.iool tiw
yer, at Ihe time in th? bink.it wis enterol
l.itle after three o'clock by four mn, well
dressed and apparently nuddla aged. One of
them evne up to Cltrk ajd and,
'You are my prisoner, and if jam ve an inch
I'll blow your brains out," at tbo suue lime
showing a p stoL They tbn told h.111 10 step
back toward the vanlt. The lea ler ol the p ir
ty who bad but a bill while before been en
deavoring to purchase some gull of Air. Uearls.
ley, stepped up to him and very coolly reit nk.-d
"iir, we are eonfelerate soldiers V, e hve
1 e&me to rob the bvnks in Ih s plc . and there
1 w 01 aai'irrj 01 our gang rare now. luu
must keep quiet, make no noise, and b-ind over I
in the first pU-. all the graanbirks you h ivs ,
on band, and then all the other monies in your ,
bank." These "terse" remarks wers fiilowed I
by the speaker presenting a pistol to Mr B .trj5
ley'a head and inaating on hta compliance with
their dtm ind-. The bank was soon clean.il
when the nsiuls mule Mr Beanfaley and O irk
step nto the vault, wlten they loeke-J them
1 These geniU-men remiinrd in the vault about
, h"( "a h'.,or: w.n."" ,h?l "m rell'' "J on"
eitii'ns who bvl heard their cries for asaist-uicr
1 The vault was terribly clone and it is weed rful
that they were not atitted to death brfure bein;
rtarr JiTIOX.lI. BASK.
The F'rst National Bink i eompvratively a
new institution, having Deeu startctl Isstssnnit
The pttty that rubbed this bink bad a scrim
mage brk.re t her went in with a younc mm ' The St. Albans Afeijeiieer of Saturday
named B usJeil, clerk in an adjoining dotbing 1 .renin- -M lhe (yiowia. :
store. ne atw ineae aruieu men coming
towards the bink. and started to notify the
cashier thvt there wa a set uf "blacklegs" pro
posing te iait him. B fore be entered the
btnk, however he was stopped by the raiders,
who. presenting a p'Stol. after a brief scuffl.
o trehed bun and other prisoners to tbe Green,
where a guard was set over them.
I' poi. i't.tir:nz tbe bink Mr Swlt. the
I Cs-h'er, was urbinely msiteJ to hind over
I whit in jnry he hvd and the keys to the safe
( Toe rtMinst was comptiel with, the finds Kb-t-ictfl.
ind Mr Solcs nur.'iel ol to the
I lioen The lo.s or this bink aTtounted 10
i-'.'j i 1 a- follows ; SJ l.iio) in 7 ii-1 Trets
ury llotias, in ilrriotn n it nt of OJ's. Ui's,
1 : n) and I KiO's , sli.UtM in o per cent Legil I
, Tendrr ii.tsrest bearing ii in t ; tfo.utMl m cur. I
it-niv ou N E Iqtnks an 1 gterntrtcks.
rewsi-1 if f lies) wnl be gnu fir the 1
n.sresiry mformtnon wimp, will Im.l 10 the !
comic;', n of any of int. rolir. and all
1 persons are cautioned agnn-t pur.h ta ng any of !
the abote lost bonds, as payment lias been
Alter the raiders bad procurcl the.r horses.
' they congregated .n trot t ot the " Vmcriein'"
and neir Ihs store of Geo II Farrar. when th i
I pitrulltsl up ani dow-i M .111 slre.-r. tor ng nl
1 itvl'itu woman, whose nilu' we iu.t ss-ti
unanlt to li-aio. bid a nartow .SJip., a bill I
j paasini: through her auawl
1 lull one of ihem was woun le.1. and lie s igtit
1 1 in the hand lie was wiurd 1 1 .1 si i.t I
I from Mr. Siephen Conger, sou ot 1 .p' rmtgei
j t Aunv iiji. 20.
' Liter adticis. fnm tne nursu rr.riies un- '
dsr fapt Newton, I pt. l.ner ind L.utenanr !
1 ,-irai.nii ,u Loii.ir.u iue nrs o: ine cipiurvm (
, 11:1 e of Ihe freebooters and e-o fi 1 1' t li- stol.-r
huALIs CousaJeriMc eactt.un-nt ?tiil pr,--
T11I-, though all apprehens on of any further
j dinner st prtoent fivut the marauders is vntfr.'-
1-. rc-iioiet Capt. N.ckersun of ths Wu-rin 1
' bWrte I'nrps w g-irr sjlung the bonier wn'i 1 1 .
I convalescent from the hospitil al Brat lebor.i ;
Judge Al lis of the Supreme Court has j at 11 -
turn.1 trvm .vioiitreal. wbere he has had 1 .t s
facterv interview with the Canadian aurnon'V-. 1
?nd " ,
ry papirs to
'ore a court uri li-r '
ihe svtr 1 lition treaty. M.i Aosiue Ii ! d s- I
pat -bed Mil J. L. Birs'ow 10 Sr Johns, in or
der 1: possible to secure tbe arrest of a party f 1
ibis-ruders approaching that pltee fr , 11 the
direction of Staostet l. We learn thu in a skir
mish last evening at Freiighsbnrg in which four
of the raiders were eiptured, Wiluun tlant, '
Bailiff nf that municipality . was mort illy wound- i
ed, while endtevoring to capture the raiders
S.x ta ihe hor-es taken hate been recapture l.
umong them the will-known pair of Z Clark.
The Very Latest.
The latest accounts from the border in I'c ite
that seven nf the nine's have been capture 1
and only nJ.UUU of the stolen bank bills recot
erei A nit her of the gang was arrested at West
Farnham yeeterdiy. FromSl.ftOO to So.txn
louiiil voncealed iu his boots, lie is now 10 St.
Johns jul. nod will be brought before Judge
Ca urael or .Montreal, to-day.
('jurtatilc Luman A. Drew of this village,
who w is hspatchel by Col. Benton early Wei.
nesday morning to Capt.Conger with Gen. Bix's
order, returned home last nigbr. He reports
that oat of the gvjig captnred at Frehghsburg,
sent the following dispatch to Geo. N. Stnders :
Gto. .V. SanJtrt, Ottawa llotrl. Mimtrttl :
We are captnred.
Do what you cin for us.
C. C. WALLACE.
Tbe two raiders taken at Frelighsburgh were
broug J before a justice in that pi i yeatatrd ty ,
S. C. Noble of St. Albans, appeared for the
Culled Slates, and tbe ease wss continued until
Clyde, the leader, wss taken at a bouse about
three miles southeast of Frehghsburg. lie was
recognized by Messrs. Fuller and Beals of St
Albins as tbe person that shot Morrison. He
expressed lo his captors his regret tbat his party
1st not burn St- Albans, but they were so fast
for plunder that they neglected to do so.
The $50,000 recovered constats princtpallr of
" greenbacks" and bills of the St. Albins B ink.
Upon one of the prisoners was found 8-1U00,
and upoo another several hundred dollars.
Wc select the following interesting infor
mation from a letter from Mr. G. II. Bige
low, of the Timts, who visited St. Johns on
Sr. Jou.s, Oit. 22.
Dtar Timts :
I arrived here this taorning. and found that
some cf the raiders alreaJy arrested were confined
ia the district jil here. Tbe prisoners are all
young men, hail from Kentucky, are well dress
ed, and appear ia good spirits, save very much
worn oat by their hard ride from St. Albans to
Canada. Their ntmes and ages are aa follow :
C. M. Wallace, 28. and is the person who sent
a tt'iegraph to Goo. N. Sindcrs from Frc!ibs
burs ; Charles Sweseo, 21 ; Burnett young, 21 ;
Squire Teri, 21 ; Dulley Mocre. 21 ; George
Soutt, 22 ; Samuel Gregg, 20. Of tie above.
Young was in comma id of the party, and claims
to hive a captain's eomraissioo in ths Confeder
ate service. Scott and Gregg were arrested at
West Farnham, More at Waterloo, and the rest
Bernard Devlin , ,,-,i - m . ,
Moi lIoa ZZrnt
0n , mL,
n, ' connM Tn t "T
I 'n. A,P.?!,". &a.?Ja W318
V.a'.T'. . . wun eacn otner,
and thus far noose has been alios nl tn sn
them. One of the prisoner, a youag man of 19,
is said to have made a confession. He allee he
is one of M. rgin'a men, and that the expedition j
waa cuuiaauueu oy a capta'n in tue'Uoo tolerate
Service, dnlv enmmissuinsd fie It. ,, -.
- - . - ... .
i"'J.'!r,"UQ " n"e mMe uamogton his I
. . . , ' is w. ub
raiu, tor the btate.
7,l'f!' A'pocisltrsia from Allen Corner,
n the Montreal snrf Ve.nsnl Jbsi .1 '
"""i snd Vcriucnt Jurtction railway,
having en board Judge Couwl an! party, his
just arrived, ruviag In custody six more of the
Fmm EJsrard A. Sowles, En.. ofSL Albvna,
a pveengrrcn tha frvin, and who has been at
West Farnham since the raid, I gather tha fj
Icwing intereetisir. items :
On Thursday morning.man come Into the d.
... -. r . I...L..L.I.:. r . r t IT".
behaviir wss deemed suspicious and he was
rrsteJ. inree tnoosand uoiurs was found upoo j ry una arsjn, crimes spKihed In tho Asb-
b. . rrron In nuts on the St. Alban'a B.alt. a, , barton , , u th , 0f which partlc
RicharJson's gallery in St. Albana. ' , gmity of those Crimea are to ba delivered o-
aj night another raw, (Stml Oregj), i rer, on proper requi
rel by tic fust driver. He had SZO ; . n.ifful. ,
rand was quite hoe. hing tpntned . "B',t"h uthoritie
was secure I
in money t
Upon him were found
eight p'-otozra phs, s opposed to be of members of
the gna tbese ptetnrrs were marked on the
bvek as if tsken somewhere in Kentucky. Oregz I
said he had Vtn two years iu the Confederate .
service, and professes that the band entered on
this expedition nnder orders of the Confeilrnte ,
Government. The prisoners captured at Fre
lighsburs were found in firm hous,bvras, ie..
wa, r. U. Hyde. who. it as.Tted.wn.. a.UrMl I bttw out in tncic,territory, ana w mine it
inSL Albvusby the utleof " Colonel." Some of their asvium from capture and reprisal,
the robbers stated that they cane from Camd. . ,, ...
and were furnished pistols by one of their own If thc-T dj- .t,lc '0:ntr w" 11 "tcUr
number in the siloon of the pvssenger car, after ed with our Northern neighbor?, the better,
leavinz Rouses' Point From tlitss prisoners ,
S 17.000 was recovered and two of them were
recognised as connected with the robbery of the
Fust Natioovl Bink; and one, the cashier, Al
bert Sowle, sweira is the man who drew a pis
tol on him A small amount of Confeilrr.tr
money was found upon etch of them. They de
rl .red that their mtenlioa was to burn the vil
li it e of St. Albans, but a portion of their band
dd nit "cone to time." Aceorling to the
t itetnects of those thus fir captured, those who
did the work at St. Albans numbers.) ex wily 'Si,
On Judge Coors-d's arrival atStanbrilge'this
morning. Justice Wieklnm promptly delivered
over the four pr sorters he hvd. awl soon after
two more were brought in, hviing in their pos-se-skm
frlSWO. These prisoners repmwntsd
that they found the country between St. Albim
ind the line much more dirB:ult to triversethan
they hail expected; the rovls in Ihe worst con
dition, the swamps deep, and the creeks swollen.
ttne of tbeir number came near drowning while
cre-sing a creek, having steppr.1 frnms, log. and
afterwanls raine near freer ng to death. They
left all the horses at tbe line and threw aaay
iimner an igetr arm, doing this, as I her sly,
under instructions from superior officer.. Upon
these men. however, several pists4s were found,
one of 1 hem very bloody. They stated thateneof
the pirly wu wounded in the leg at St. Albans.
These men are recognised as tboM who entered
1 the Si tlhsn It.nV
The " Confederate gentlemen." as the raiders
cl um thtmstl.es robe, are far tbe most part in
iill'gent and good looking men. Some cf them,
on taring arrtsied said that tbeir work was not
half accomplished, owiag to the ordera not be
ii'Sohejed They declared it was the'r deter,
venation to hum St. Albins, then to proceed to
Stanton and Sheldon and fire those placer, rab-b-ng
the banks at thesime time. The man who
gave hi name as Wallace, C M. , and wbo is
evidently one of the rinzleadtrs, has the appear
ance of bstnr a southerner. II is talk and
m inner indicated that he bis ssen service in the
Southera army. As to the perfect klentifijatioa
of many of tbe raiders thrre eaa ba no doutt.
Several of our citizens who have s.en the "Con-
fclertte gentry" since their arrsst em positive.
ly sa ear as to their sienttty. In ftot, on the
arrest of one of Ihe pany and bis recognition,
be .onftsed what he bavl .lone. This coufrstion
-ss immediately forwarded to the Governor
(aeneral of Canada, and tho particulars axe cot
tn unnceastry exeitement has been gotten
i up relative to our banks. The St. Albins Bink
. bis. at this writing, reootcred all, except
' $i i.OOO of lhe itolea funds. Tbe bank ia do
: mg btranrss as nsasl. discounting note', Sc.
, TIm Suffolk Bank of Ikstan takes the bills as
they come to their conn rer, which is proof enough
lhat they are ' all right." Should the bank
! rreoter 00 more of tbeir stolen funds, it is in
good condition; as the prudent mantzement of
it bad bud away nearly this amount as a sur
plus fund, for a wet nay. The Franklin County
11 wk has for tbe liaw saspeodej, and ordered
the SuiT .Ik Dank not to take their bill The
object ot this Is to make their bills worthless
for tbe time. But all honest hoMers of the bills
need not be alarmed, as tbey will be made good
in due coarse of time. The amount taken from
Ihe Fraakrn County Bank is brtwsea 70 and
5.000 92i.0OJ of which has, we learn, been
recovered. Tbe National Bank continues to do
bus ness, and no one need to have any hesitancy
about takmg their bills, which are. so to speak,
" as good the wheat."
There are only eleven of the raiders thus far
captured. Col. or Ctpt. Clyde, who assamra
liie leadership of the gang, keeps up the most
bratea effrontery. II declares thit he is a
Confederate officer, and that his orders came
A Timely Order.
The following instruction issued by Lt.
Col. Benton, romtnandio? at StvAlban, in
new of n cent events are timely and judic
i jus, and nre a valuable here a there. We
commend them to tlie notice of our citizens,
cspcti illy those wbo bate enrolled tbemselres
for military service .
Tbe danger to t appreheisl.d is a srdden
dash and surprise. Accordingly the essential
point is to secure prompt action.
Te this end tbe citueas of all ths frontier
villages should have an orgvaizition, and be
prepared to act under recognized leaders.
Arms will beissued sufhiient to equip such
compinies. The arms so issued should cot be
krpt in any armory, or one place, for such ar
mory woull be the first place of attack, and the
arms so isiued would be used to defeat the pur
pose for which they are sent.
The moskcts should be d'sUrhutsl among the
members of tbe companies and kept at their sev
eral places of business w th the cquipmeats in
such position as can be put in use in the least
pts-tble time. Every member of the companies
should l personally instructed in patting on
his belt;, and prscticeJ till he can equip himself
in three seconds.
They should hare freqnent exercise in rallying
into line, so as to be able to get in order in the
1 . s poes.be time.
Too much pains cannot be taken to impress
upon the citizens the necessity of being in line
ween they meet the enemy Unlm they are
so, it is worss than useless to issue muskets, for
our own men are in as mush danger as tbe en
emy. Besides in line there is much less expo
sure. Properly organized, no pirty, however smill,
need have any fear of attacking the largest
parly of raiders, because they cannot stop to
hhr. They cannot know how many reserves
will corns up, and when resolutely attacked
must yield or run.
The chief obicct cf tha raiders is plunder, bnt
they cannot transport goods except jewelry. It
is not probable tbey could hare the means and
time to break open even a common safe if
the cities keep oa the alert.
The beat way for a msn to defend his store is
to unite with his neighbors and defend the who!
village. If every man stays at home, to.defecd
hia house, the result is the whole village ij taken
in detail, and the arms kept In tilt wayosly
strengthen tbe czcoy,
-oVflta eaanot U i-fptud fj i nasi (a tizi
ray. It mtut be cadcratcod that whoever re
ceives a mmkfcC from "the govemmeet must pledge
himself to use. it ta sons regular organization,
and under command of proper ofloers. Bales
and instructions In regard to the t ait at arms
will be furnished by tbe Adjutant General.
It is to be understood that the crgaxu'zttioca
here eontempUtod, are only tin tha Legislature
makes other provision for tbe danger, bnt they
should be eumeieatly permanent to last till the
other action is provided, whenever that maybe.
R. a Brno,
Lt. CoL Com'g.
The McClelhn men have clai to Pennsvl.
rania a their sheet anchor. And now that
, , . , ,
-V "'T.r" A".0.i,t ."' la.c' "e"
U'""'"T'. -an o m may, wcoec DOrte
then I didn't know what to do." Pennarl-
- - - -v . '.'-, mute, ouu
has been tho breeching of tho Democracy.
TT... V 1 . '---"-ai.y.
That is now broken, and they are aTHrcit
loan "wtat to da" as the old 'lid vnl
TTlHThey IJc Handed Over!
Tho qnestion now most dirasl Iierea-
Siuts i, whether the Canadian nnthorities
will hand over the raiders. AVe take it for
granted that they will. These men liavo
a. ' keen K"''J of the crimes of raardcr, robbt-
man. Tho Provincial
cannot take tho groan J
that the war has abrogated that treaty, or
that the fact that a man avow himself a.
reUI agii .it oar government, takn Iiim frora
under the provisions of that treaty. "or
even ir it bo rco)gnixl aa an act of vrar.
(which It was not) can the Ginadiinauthor
ities permit such warlike expeditions to bo
Frk-ndly Count of the CaandUn
The course taken by the Gicndian autho
rities in the recent disturbance, is particu
larly gratifying. Gov. General Monek at
once ordered the police, and military lorce of
the adjoining counties to use all exertions to
eeciire the prompt arrest of the raiders, and,
as we are informed, has notified the Gover
nor that tbey will be at once delivered over
on bis n-i'iisition. Jltjir J. L Uirstow,
wbo was dispatched to St. Johns far the pur
pose by Major Auftine, is co-operating with
the Canadian Magistrates in the matter.
Tltu -.. I n .-. f it. It,., t i t. . r i 1 1 nt nneo rn n .
I . , -...set. ..
du Krtnll7 10 titeay frtlinjr between the
State and the Provinces, will tend to pre
vent the recurrence of such outrages, and
will probably obvbto the necessity of sta
tioning a permanent armed force, along our
side of tbe border.
A militia company of our citizens wis or
ganized Thursday afurnoon. At fire o'clock;
the members met ; the obj.-e.ts of the measure
j were explained by lion. G. F. Edmunds, and
on his motion, Capt. L. W. Pugo was chosen
captain. 1!. B. Win;; Crst lieutenant, and
G. G. Benedict second lieutenant. An or
der from Cel. Proctor, comminding tho tci
Iitia at this point, was real, directing Capt.
Pago to appoint non-oommissioncil officers,
drill Ma company, and hold it in readiness
for homo-defenee whenever called on. Aran
and equipments were distributed, and tho
company dismissed to meet next evening at
DcxTtt or a MiLLiexjiiKi. Sjlomon Stur
gis, of Chieigv, one of tho wealthiest men
in ths Wct, died, on FiiJjy , at the age of
09 years. In the early pnrt of tho vrir ho
give $20,030 tjeqaipanorginizttian known
as the "Surges BiU-'i." and his contribu
tions in aid or the war have bMn ex:eelsJ
by no man in the country. He leaves nini
children t inherit his prjporty, which is
estimated by millions.
A corrcspjndent of the Journal, writing
from City Point, Oct. 13. says : The body
of Lt. Clias. Commings, 17th Vermont Voi
unteers, from Brattlebaro', who was killed
Sept. 30th, at the Utile of Poplar Grovo
Church, bad arrived ut City Point, in charge
ot Surgeon Ed.jn.
The body, which was buried on the battle
field whero he fell, waa obtained in the fol
lowing manner :
Au ofhaer of the 7 th Khole Island Volunteers,
who wss a Free Mason, was oadaty on the pick
et line He watched a gool opportunity, anl
when he siw a rebel ofhjer he gave tbeaizn of
distress among Masons, which w is iramsdiately
answered by Ihs rebel offi;:r, who h ippened to
be a Mi son, and a mutuil agreemsnt wis mils
thit they should meet at tricnli between the
picket lines. Shaking hand', ii. they fjunj
each other to be Mtsom, and ourof5:er commu
nicated the earnest des're of oar Vermont frienJs
to recover the body of Col. Cummings, wbo waa
also a member of the Fr it- rmty.
The rebel otfi.-er could not respond to tha
request until he went to see Ihe rebel general in
command, who, it is supposed was alaa.a Miaon,
fcr the request wh grinted at once. Thegrive
was found, anl the boly was disinlerrel anl
found in a tolerable state of preservation, and
was recognizsd at onse. lis hal been buried
evidently by rebel M isons, fir a hat l-boarj was
placed over tea grave, with his nime, rank. So.,
and evideoceof pirticulircare shown in burying
him. He was raised from a deal level in ths
soil of old Virginia, to bj aglia intern I among
his native Vermont bills ha loved so welL M ly
the evergreen of hia owa Sate bj pliatel over
his grave, anl in irk bis list resting pliss among
ihe Masons of the Green Mountain Suts.
Genl. Stannard parsed through ho
day afternoon, arriving by boat and taking
the cars for St. Albans. lie is still weak, of
course, but Is gaining strength dsily and do
ing well in all respects.
Lieut. B. L. Burnett, 12th Infantry, who
his been statijned here on recruiting service
for six months, has been oidered to Schenec
tady, N". Y.
We arc alwiys glad to chronislo authentic
instances of bravery in our soldiers, and none
the less, certainly, when the hero U a Bur
lington boy. Ilenry B.'Uen of this place.
Sergeant Majjr of tho 9th Vermont, was a
mong the first whs tniantei tho rampirta of
Fort Harrison (Cliapin'a Farm) oa its cap
ture, was met and shot through the hand by
a rebel oScer, but nothing daunted, attack
ed his assailant, captured him and brought
him in a prisoner, Bcldrn has bocn'Vcry
properly recommended for promotion.
Supporters of Gen. McCIellan are known si
"Little Mackerels." Thero are rainy mem
bers oi our "cocHsh aria toe racj'" in tha
democratio party, so that tho rumo ta not
Toe county of Adams, Pa., whose 'peopla
soli water to our soldiers and would not lend
them ebovcls to dig graves Tor tho dead af tee
the battle of Getryiburgb, bat gone for the
democrats by an Increased msjoiity. This b
in accordance with tha fitness'
PxxrasLvG to Bw thi TJlociibi: A
London letter to the New York IlcraUtayt!
I have jost met a sea captain who comes di
rect from Glasgow, aad he tells me there an
hundreds of steamers building and fitting oat
in the Clyde and adjacent waters, all to run the
blockade. They act as If the war waa to last
for the next five years. Hi says every ship
builder in the Clyde has gas lights in hia yard,
and, withJreUys of hands, works every hour cf
the twenty-four. Be tells me cf one man tho
ell aad successful blockade raaner. T. S. Beg.
bi -who ilarta bur new paddle t reamers this
week. Bertie, thoash a Scotchman, reside
hag la LotyTaa.