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Ill K VERMONT TWA NSC HI I T.
1 Vl.l.i V,
!.-. no, 1 SHI.
To our MilM rllMTv
W'o have already announced thai
the term", of subscription of t h- Tbu
mit Tkaskciiht vtlll be increased on
the first day of .Inn IftM, b 4.0l B
year, payable in advance lihd $'2 ."(
when payment i 1' lar 1 nix months.
Although tliis is mfe dollar !''Sn than
tlir price charged In - th other papi r
printed in tin's county, "till the increase
is one which we hkv delayed t make
as long ;is possible, with tin vain hope
that prices of materials etc. Might W
rode, or nt leas! remain stationary.
This increase will not. of raitree, af
fect unfulnilcd contracts lnt sopHes 1
to future business. Tr) all who may
wish to pay in advance, the old price
will (overt until Sew Vcnr's Day.
The marked commendations which
are receiving as to tfie CTMrsc Of
the paper and quality of its matter,
uieourage us in the belief that this in
crease slight to cadi individual, hut
in its aggregate important to the pub
lisher. - will be lnost cheerfully met,
The TeAxscauT has recently added
to it facilities for doing 'In b is kinds
of printing, frnd persons in need of
superior typographical work, need no
longer go abroad for the supply of
( iiinpiilgiis and Fpc(lllloiis.
The telegrams published 111 olll
columns afford much cncoiii 'Sgsment -
The d feat of Hood seems (o en
sure the substantial blinking up of
the rclicl forces in the South West,
(pit. Thomas has shown himself to
lie a superior officer, and has the son
IdnN of a well disciplined and vic
torious iii mj
Gen. Sherman's triumphant march
of three hundred miles through the
In-art of ileorgia. and his bloodless
eaturc of Savannah and the glorious
( 'hristmas gift, elsewhere referred to,
arc only a prelude to the fall of Glial les
ion ami anothei series Of conquests
by his invincible army
The great naval expedition to Wil
mington, under Admiral Porter, aided
by land forces under General But-
ler, will undoubtedly make their blows
felt in due time on the eoast not
withstanding the Unfavorable season
of the year and the great ha.nrds in
volved. Every movement recently made by
land and sea prove! auspicious to the
l uioii cause'. The country has near th"
close of the year, llSlel and the uighj
coming of 1865, reason to be proud of
what has been dune in the year past j
and, under thanks to an overruling
providence, is justified in taking cour
age for the year to come.
For Tile Traliicrlf.
( In lien nf a Npw 1 unr's aal,itat.r I" Um real-
aft ami pstroaa of Mm vhhhm Ts.iftacarre,
p proem in srhtlnal posts hsiw th i.-n-w- poa
of s. rui Ant ii D. Huwn . whMi MreetnudtM
will be rc nil itli liv. lv StuSSSM. I.e.)
The 014 let! and the New.
tn Men i suras.
l" crtlie earth 11 n)ir"itl is I
n.l flie wiine nr.- s.ellv si-Jim.,'.
n ITInaj a- Ini fi r i- rtytnff,
Th: t if. r..tirr i- nlai-tsl ttfn A;
Vi'l I ni l:i tie i i v f. Ilnpr.
Sicily Vr our nen sf e.ilinc.
BMRffH n pnof beyond eoaei Unn,
Th.il tl yi ur will muni 1h d'-a).
Hnri'il li aint Hi mollis nf kadaefiti,
tf.iyn nf Joy w!i a all w is pttnnnmi,
Hrii fs ftinl to tli" V0ft(e of iinrtiios.
Droro lis in th ir Ntthering Mtftfl,
1'ji in ipiii'ir;iniii nrili'T.
Crpyv.l. ,1. but witb'iitt itil ir.b r.
"Till in Hp hi tbi bordnf
t if a imp. lom noatet night.
lint wiiii,. v.iiniv vnaadi
itaMi'M from imr lhosnthU i" m n r,
IVnai'M a isiini vvliii'b can li.M'l'
l'ail to i liw r iisjiii tfi ' a
Clot licit In ruin s nf Atuittlng ahHeaetw,
Anil with i-miitti'iiaii'1!' vrhoMi brtghtawM
Oit'rr onf ttufcltrft heart with HtrtHciM,
PnttttMti :l fntili'i .lav.
"Tin th.. a. nil's sli'.ni it4.'.i.lfa-t BBohor -"tia
thr h1 art's Dloffl Willing liankrr
flfhh'li relipTwi it frutn tin ranker
That lif.-'s rarin Milt sorrows hriiif;;
"Ha hriuht H'ih. from wliunoe in horrow
PntiuifHf of a bright to-m-uMw.
ii.l IVirtfytfntneaa df sorrow
Itopbl whii h t iki's from death its stin-j.
Andthi Msion now dunteUIng
s.ni thonfthta which tin fjnciu i knelling
Of (he ilyinjs ycr was telling
To the wildly throbbing hrain.
4a Ith In ad in hand rts'lrning.
"ith a . nr l.- von.l li.'tinino,
KaiH) vvi- hail aat repining
That it in 'erenuta MtM again.
RhI Iwpi s isi.iti, with bright fl tsh. it,
As it ijnn klv past lis .lasln s,
Ti lis iisthut from out its ashna
.rin-iii-liki' tin' gtftd new yi ir
Shall Hprlng up with jovH snp nial.
Ami tin i nrth agam Is- -. rnal.
Kinblen of the world eternal,
Wln ri' is known mi (loubl inn foar.
Ami our ejou, which, erst wa re tearful,
Ami oar hearts, ivhi.'h erst wore fearful.
liy th. !... hrif-ht hopea now made dheerful,
f.lii.H mi Iconic tin-new y. ar;
Ami the future tfrightly glcantins
Palntft ;i pictah with the avemhtg
ff n hud oft aoen while dfonnthig
Where the leaf in never sere.
IV By a recent military order, if
the companies of Vermont militin. as
signed under a previous order, arc not
filled by January 10, 1865, a draft will
take place that day at the Town Clerk's
office in the several towns under the
direction of the selectmen,
The infantry companies of Provis
ional militia are to be disbanded .lan
uary '20th, 1866, and afterwards all
arms, cmipmenls ami Quittance stores
issued to such Companies are to be
jpromptly collect! d iii arsenal at Mont
pelier. t CoL aeorge A. .Merrill, of St.
Johnsbury, recently the popular Col
lector of the Second Vermont District
was induced to resign that honorable
position for which his excellent busi
ness habits littrd linn and accept
the Superiliteiideney of tin Rutland
ami Burlington railroad company,
lb has removed to Rutland ami for
Aeveral months past has been actively
employed in tin- labors ( his new po
sition. His trucWasor is the Hon. Charles S.
T)ana, of St. Johnsbiiry, formerly Ren
reaehtaitve from that town, and for tfci
past two years Senator from the Coun
ty of Caledonia, and at present C.mntv
tiers of Caledonia County Judge
Puna is in every respect deemed ftnaJl
tied for the new position to which he
has been assigned
It ta understood that (iov Cil-
morc, of New Hainpahire, will m,t h,
a candidate for re-election. Amohg
the lnost jirominent (ontlemen nu n
tioned as (iov. ffilwTtrfi's iiinrusaor is
th.- Hon Onslow Steams ,,f ,n, ,,
well known in Central Vermont us a
man of superior IntsfflgSIIOS and of
(esOsat business iptahties, a gintk
man formerly taleetad by such men as
Gov. J'uiin and i.th. r pronunent ruil
road men us Hupennti inlent of the
Vermont ( Vntial railroad.
Mr. Steams has n eeiitly In en Pn si
dent of lie New Hampshue sinat.
nn.l lus Hl .llty, urbuint v and . pi ri
anew are eonsidi i d biich as to ipiali
fy i. im for the through discharge of
the duties of the ouberii Itorial office
111 tilt' luore tliali pl'ob.ibli' oiiliiio. in
of his rcceiviiiej the nomination and
nun sequent election to thai important
Yet before the last hours leave u
Itsny tboaghh sgsin win griuvc us,
JQdJ liriahl hope w ill -.till relieve us
i if the votceti wnjeh wo In ir
Ti Utng ns of bsttlea iorv,
Which shall live hi history's atory
With a uever lading ghwj
foaghl within th. ilyino year.
Ami we In ar tin nrusoii of dying,
Whose unlettered grsvoa are hying
Where the wimls. through evpress thjhlng
t 'hunt a ft .pitein for the lirae.
Ka.l, we think of those departed,
How at eoiiiitrv's . all they siarteil -Of
the . ul riots iiol.h hearted.
Who hav. found a soldier s (,-rave.
lini . know that time eaii never
t ilnrx from their names dUjaot er
Thal their deeds shall live forever
On the proudest roll of fame.
Pear of death oould not appall tlmm.
I.ov. ..f hf aOUbi not enthrall them -When
they beard their eonntry i-all Ibein,
Quick tin j answered to its claim.
I'.y their death, it has Is en granted
That OUT standard should he planted
Wheft tin Mb) I s lag was Haunt. .1
DsSUMf raised b) Irailnr's hand.
With the itSIfy lianner o'ur us,
We will chant a solemn chorus
for tin bruit ones golM heforc us.
Who have Joined tin marlyr'd band.
Vet another seem i granted,
Wfthshuii weight f horror Sunlit;
Thst our very souls are daunted
By the'viaiiin that wa seel
Ve .-.in h. ur oui SrothsTS ervunj.
Who for want of f..sl are dyiUK
in mouic fat nil prison 1 llig,
Praying d. alb to r. i them frc
tad in agony w 'r calilajg,
That n curtain, n'ei it fulling.
Miiy shut out this sc. tie uppatlmg
l ioni our tiv. .1 In arl-slneki n gaS?,
S'OS On mils, no in..n BSSSHiag,
lldlliy pell llo longer . I 'l.ue
Sick at hosri, is from nn- gUdillg,
Leaving nn in ttsiubled mae.
I'll intoiiis In.v . nun H armiml ns,
In our solitude have loimd us.
And with b&ey'a chain have hound us
WttasQ agfonhdng spell;
And our puis. throh ami ipin ken
While oui beartn . ithin us m. ken.
And w. boS with ..now sine1,, a.
LoUKinu f..r tin l.-ih. an well.
And the sftsra, which now are welling,
l'r oui our hearts with anguish WSlilSg.
I Hi" all th. world are kaJUSg
lloW We Illoliril Willi deepest 1,'rU'f.
I'liut we aeter more nn un ci them.
At oui titcM.li 110 una. s, al I In in,
Vei aboi c we hona to gri ct t been,
And this hope aamds relief.
Still again the scene is shifted, ,
lisriUSBSS from our SSsJsia lifted.
And m'.uu the lima, has Rifled
Hu witb arojras f bop,, and light.
I'or brtghl hope igsis sMssriac
Briaga us w..rd of joy and . In . riuu,
All llu . loads nf darkle as eh aring.
And hi ii a picture bright.
Vow i. ii la assa , Isit. us basataagi
Aid ami comfort to us feuding,
ll tin v islolia aim is sending,
1.1- us, by tbulr uum.irk. il SSS.
Tliat their death ami brave SSSSSSSI
Hhall r..lsu up au army nil pi
b'udur foot the ran to tramplo
That ibifiod our fullmi hravea'
I . lis us that the time la iioariux
Wh. u i.ur power, tin traitors feariinr.
Hhall proclaim within tin In arillK
of lie l'. i vstatlisg w irld.
'I hat our iIhk uo uior. .1 lying,
l'rosiiai, in th,. dual they're lyiug,
And f..r p. aec an- loudly cryiui;
lull- th. ir dastard ran i" furl. .1
Wh. n it, hi, ,, ,,f onii.,us rsttle,
And tin dill of deadly battle
Hhall Is. heard lie kMriajaj cm I.
Ami the liSSJ hiiiii of - at'e ;
Win ii no more from hill .,r i alio
or tin att a sskaf sasv,
If. mull .hill Is called to rally,
Wbi ti tilt ''in. i -'of ,i,aU ca
Win n our fooa shall nil Is- SpstlSled,
Vtid POT hark of state Sashsttsrajd.
By th. iron halt Hint haltered,
s ihe rode n t., lliou's tide,
W. ihall ace it proudly stlSSSllSg,
Kvifiy striH, utit.irnisbed. gleaiuins,
Kvcry star iisiii lis Is aniiiiK
Th. it for which oiirbrotbt i- died.
1I this nlorion eonsti llation.
K.mhleui of a mighty n itioa.
Which has lu l.1 the proudest atatiott
( In tin- laud ami on the sea,
shall post al her peak, though sailing;
Where an iron storm is hailing.
With a roflfagc never failing
We'll unfurl it to tbr breeze.
Anil bright hope asfbN thee heuding.
Illesaiuga on thee w ithout ending,
i'or the vision tttoS art ending
Of the fsjtnfS of imr land.
Ws ari one w ithout div iaioii,
In a bright prophetle visiohl
Thou hast sketched our land Klyainn
Ski tolled it w ith a master's baud.
ft ui if. all ottrilnihts nm riven.
l'r. uu the past our I hougbta are driven.
I'or a ftvtttrt thou bast given.
And agaiS our land is bright.
Hope from out dSjr lu arta a waling
And we feel our SoSnSai swelling
With a joy beyond the ti lling.
That again Wt boo the light.
Standing hy us breathless, gasping.
Seems ii spirit tightly grasping
With Sahand SSVaj unclasping.
In his hands a 'ylhc and glass.
'Tis the spirit Time delivering
The nrw year, while vet the .piivernig
Of tin dyingyenr is shivering
In Ins tenuis ii,. empty glasa.
On the air we hear the swelling
Notes upon the midnight km lhng.
To our startled senses telling
That another year has fled,
kud a- the Inst note is pealing.
Qnickl) o'eronrsetiscs stealing
t onu s a sail and aolotnn feeling,
Telling us the year is dead.
.v. AOmh. Vi e. r, UM.
FrHBklln Connly ( onrt.
Hon sa ( . AldtM. Pteisiding Jwiga.
Hon. ii B Hovt, Ho,, R I Birigbam,
The 1'raiiklin County Court which
held a session at the court house, De
cember l'.ith, and adjourned on Mm
tenlUg of December 21ht, dispOBSfl of
8a We complete to daVr the jnibh- I-;wn t MMAIfV.
cation of the Public LaWS passed at Dltrili" November $1 1 ."i.lHHI vvas
the last Vermont Legislature and pre- sent by the postal money I ifdcr system.
sume they have been generally redd
Some of them are of great Importance
and most of them may well be deemed
desirable additions to exintin; Stat-tntcH.
LAT1 WAR NEWS.
Wa Dki' t, WsjuUiutoii,
I hev talk of raisin"; Jlie saint v oi ... , ,
the mayor of New York from $5000 to i
- A dispatch bus been reee.v. d tliia
, , evening-try the President from ;,.
New York drinks GOO barrels of s,.riniin; ,t (1 , Sv,i,' ,,), , "i
whiskey a day. Thursday, the 2 d Inst and niu.oim,,..
, ,. , UK' t liicaifo polieemeii li ieuae in - nis occilpallon 01 Ilie ellv of tMVMnnh
I hey have monopolized our columns sorters for 175 a bead. Md the capture of 160 Jiaavs
several causes, and the leading ones
only will be mentioned in tins report. '"' l,;,s tore weetg to the exclu- California has prodneed (kQOO.OOO plenty of snimunition and about 2"i .tinti
The ease John Burt - icih II ,,"n ""r c'lstomary bieiary mis- gallons of wine tnis year. bales ol eonon. tw eerier partictii,vrs
Klilretl s Kstate wasan appeal from the cell.tny. We shall be relieved for a I The net proc.eds lo the I'l.ila.lel- re Kiveti.
dH f the probate t by the twelvemonth front ,s pressure upon hit iveTS M 7.2 H
hUWifT i f l t,i.,l n,l nr. our space and shall resume at once our 1 he ( hieatro ladies are rroin' to " -
iii, iiiiii nut i it iwi ii... ...... . li - i a r ' l 1 if,. 1 .11. ill-', ui l 1 in- rinn-? tu.ii lilt I" I T T Writ.
Kiiments was not decided.. he decision, P-H.-al and prnM selections winch Pf ,f Oectiir den. Sherman 2
not being snnonncetl by tin Court, nave nerwuore neen aeeepianie to a
Horee Ii Hall kttorneys for appellant constantly widening cirio of readers.
and Edson & Hand, for appellee. 1 "M '
The motion of plaintitV fot B new asjjr Col Daniel Neeilhani, the for-
fcO'ci.i'i. , . ,
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- inillalo ami elK are now anionir ,,,., i;,, ,
I ''.. , 'It:. I ffll.vlii 11 1
the attritions at Central park New , it, th(, , . , '
fantry and lijlit artillery, Uowina an
toe lion cians aim nmwj lnni Ha
York. They i aim front St. Louis.
Ailmiral rorters sliare ol Ilie
trial in the ease H-iit v K. Seviiiour mt-r Secretarv of the Vermont Slate prize-money that has fallen to his tleet eUUmoraUi as captured WOO prisoners
vs. Calvin s. Loooti. was dented. Aicultural Sue,, tv having left Ver- f,,r ,,,s' two """,,,,s is WW l..ugu.is. 13 looomotlves in goorj order
Thrall Thompson ,v Co. vs fharles ii.n.,1, his place will be tilled at the T1, I'assumpsie railroad will 1!H ears, a large supply .4 ammnmti.-,.
' , , . . .. piooiiblv be eTteiidi d to Stuiisteiid UII1 materials of war, .1 steamers. Mnp
U StilpheU and trnstees and claim- nest annual meeting of the Hoard of , ,. "'-i..i to bmuusu, , ,
1 , , . . k. , . ... . ( anada. the coming season. .i.ooo oaies oi union. .o menti ,,,
ant (ieoige AV. Stil.hi it. as tind on Ibrectors. at White ljiver .lunction j8 made as to the present position of
exceptions to an auditor's and I i- January 4tb, 1885. We presume m. A new paper n. til is to be erected Hardee's forces, which had been ,.htl.
i , -ii i .i i , i 1,1 oodom, a mile west of North ,f,i ( ..i,,,.,! t tim
missioiti'i s n n oi t.s. Court L'ttve nidi- better man for the place could be n . .. . . , niati it ni auotii lUW.
- - c lli llll NIL' ii . ni m . -l l i l.i
" l in uisiiiteu s oi i tenerai .Micriii.ni
The dry house of Mr. Woodward's and (Jen. Foster are ns folows ;
woolen faotOTV. at Woodstock, was de- s; a V . x v a IV 11,.,. 0l
wen adjudged liable to the Plaintiff acceptably if he could be prevailed up- stroyed by tire Wednesday ni lit, with fli Jftg JTjrui afgssy J-imiifi jj fjittmin
acconling to their diselosuies. Claim- on to take this thankless office tn atl- 1 100 pounds of wool and llK0 yards I beg to present yon, in a Chnsiiuah
ant held the account against (i. & J ditioa to the other labors which have Cloth. Loss 8000. gift, the city of Savannah, with lit)
Milliard and was allowed his costs, already devolved upon him. At Woodford Hollow, a man sued heavy guns and plenty of amniuiiitmii
Plaint iffs except and ease passes to the ' - -
men! for the plaintiff on the report teleotM than Henry Clark, Ee', of
and C, P. Ltiwreiii i k (. 1. MttSOB t PotlHney, He would serve the Society
Supreme Cottrt H. A. Hurt, attorney
for plaiiitiff.Koyce v Hall for defen
dant. In the case ol Lyman B. Pel
ton, vs. Ahin ti Mason there w;m a
motion made tor a neW trial -on which
there was a continuance.
William Chipp s. David Ooff and
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, . . ti cooiiier to recover a pair oi ooots leu unit also noom -o.otro oaies oi cotton.
, ,, . , ... to be repaired, which were withheld W. T. SHERMAN.
The lonlans ant) Ihclr Plans. ti m ,',, debt 0f 75 cents was paid, Mai. Oen.
Th secret noei. tv .,f Fnniauna U .1. 1 and the jiti v returned this verdict
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, ...11' ., 11. ,111 i i . i ii il, ill, iiecnic f
tractngpnblic attention all -ver the nJ fI1(limt ,mv BaranSsh River, 7 P. M.
country. One of our exchanges gives e.id, one-half the cost, and the defen- lib IAettl, fn. I . S. h
M'I'OIHI i ml M N tin , I
(iitt ami .ln
Oen. . II . Halhvl
s i I lllilll I'lt'llll llinat imu Willllin
action f Mertitient i u: ,.r knn-Mn .... i . .
.i nn nit n i m 1 1 1 tit iiu;,'mmi .inn iiiiMis HI
heard and result, d in a judgment for ibe ampnnt qf 1,600,000. A Boston
the plaintiff. l'Msnn A Eland for Fenian lately made some revelations
jilaintiff And Myron Buck St H. S. about the design and spirit of (he or-it...-,...
f.. ,i..f...,.r.o,f h;..,,,., n..n.,w dcr to an Episcopal eh rgyman, and
the following account of their organi- dant return the boots, after taking off
sation and objects. one of the taps is I have the honor to report that I
1 he engine house of the Vermont have just returned from (ten. Slier-
Valley railroad, at Bellows Falls, was man s headquarters in Savannah. I
destroyed by fire early Saturday morn- send Maj. liray, of my staff, as l arir
ing. Only one locomotive was slightly of dispatches from (ren, Sheruiaii tn
Surgeon K. E. Phelps, who has
MT A monthly magazine entitled
'(Fur Young Polks" has been sent to
our address whose typographical ap
pearance is highly creditable to the
publishers, Tieknot & Fields. Boston.
fl l . 1 . .s . . r,t . . 1 .u il. hiTti.i lit. i. . it f..e
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, , . ,, ,. , . v i.,iii....w.,.. . .i ,.n... ... . lM;lt ic maue inive lie, n comnimiieateil snin u t"i ms new swuioii on .11011-
iiiveiule readers and the first number , . , ,. . , . ', ,
. 1 . ; homestead and on a motion to recom- to onr government and to tua govern- ,!.v-
contains excelleiit original communi- ., , .,, ,.r ; p.,.;t..;,. Tl. t.'....;.... t i.. . i. ...... ..... i
nut reiioi L. i in n- in as count men -.... ........... , . ,,..,,,s nniui o, ; v. : ...... , ,i,.'ncs
soon after was waylaid and almost beeU relieved from duty at the Brattle-
yon and also a message to the Prei
lent. The citv of Savannah was or
uiviiil nn the morning of the 'Jlst
,, .......p. ..ii. ...tn ...... ..'i ,.i ... .full, est " " - ...v . ... . ,
vs. James Devias was a hearing on km((, b bcatittff. The revelations boro hospital and ordered to Lonisvflle, Hardee, anticipating the aeatfio
d A t ., a a - Dj I. .-.. ... - . 1 4 . 1 .... ..1 - -- ' iL - '
cations from Mrs. II B. Stowc, Mayne , , , , . will hold a national convention, to be below aero was the BtfUH the merenrv
.... ... . . . . . .St. .... (,,..,. S. ......... , . , . . . .. . . ...
,. .i, , , . , coiujHiseu oi a vHonsaitu memoers, at showed in many places in t. Friday
cording to the report Lo tills uecis- , ,,,: n, i-ii. ,t t 1 r 1 ,i
n 1 t iiicinnati, on me litli ol January, niorning. liuiiig the severe storm
? 1 i rv ii. .... ...... is B
ion planum escepteii aim ennse passes
I!' id. DtO Lewis. Carleton and each of
the ediHonal staff, enibracing a variety
of amnsina and instructive articles with
promises to be acceptable to juvenil
readers and we Oommond it as worthy
of extensive patromige.
jiatV Five of the St. Albans raiders
who wen- re-arrested and lodged in
the Montreal jail, are undergoing an
to tin Supreme Court. Dewey & No
, big attorneys for plaintiff and Anson &
Charles Sonic for the defendant
In the case State vs. Martha !. Clark
l lie call lor tins convention announces of Wednesday sevetal engines wen;
that this will be the hist general coh- -nov.ed in tit various places pn the Vt.
vention to be held in this country Central railroad, nod a train ran off
that before the necessity exists for an- the track and was not replaced till
other convention the tires of liberty Tiiursdav night.
will be rekindled upon the altars of i. i.e. i. ... i.l ...tl ..I...I , . ..,
1-1 i-llit, ire I a . , , , - . . I. nil mil- x . -..-.v..i . .1-. i
wh.cb was tried lastheptcmber lenn Ireland, and Irishmen from rill parts 1)f tl.
anil resulted in a verdict of guilty of ol the world, will be llm king hack to cities, and McClellan-seven. The Lin
1 - - 1 i ,i .. . .: . T ITC f-tl,el':ll,l Is;!' lo re if l-lior luniic , -.- ... ., i i
mansiauginci. tiioc was,, mo,.,,,, ,o, V ; . "" " " - J , uU uuoa w, I i-oh x uuaaLipnia... frmU all bbiallif
a new trial, which motion was denied . 'U 'n ZTZ !i fl , , ,,. 1 ?,!t?1,Ul?1J: . ( ,od Ch-cago. St. . ,... hllV). , n, liko Atl:1Iltl, ftirlv
by the Court. Exceptions were taken edent iKMritkm in local ,.r,i,,,. VI T... , , '"" 1 " v- aSK w" 1 commnnieation witl
Plateil iHsault, fiscapeil w id tin in;i t
bodt of his inftintry and light artillen
Ol the afternoon ami nighi of the "Jiiti.
bv crossing the river to the Fnim,
i niseis ay. opposite the city. The ri
brl iron clads were blown up and th
Navy Yard burm d. All the rest ol
tSe city intact, and contains 20,00(1,
citizens, quiet and well disposed. Tin
captures include sou prisoners, 150
guns. 19 locomotives in good order.
190 cars, a hu ge supply of Mnmnuitioo
arid materials of war, three steamers,
Mad il.l.tKKI bales of cotton, ssMy
stored in warehouses. All these vain-
I n nminatinn In fore the Hon. James
Smith, one of the judges of the Su- W "ntenoe was respited and cause sue , as it had before ,t was united
passed lo tne Mtireuic t onrt. a. c. nun caugiauii ami scouana in par-
Wiiml .V Heine A Hint for Hi, St, it, liamelitary replesi ntatloii Their se
cret outer lias -an custciict
perior Court. Messrs. Voting, Butch
nisi m, Teavia, Spun and Sawyer are the
robbers wjio did not escape As Dleut.
Young is confessedly the murderer of
Mr. Morrison, we trust he will not
this time escape through the meshes
of tin-law, either by technicality or
rascality on the port of those who
dispense public justice.
gnay It is stated in one of our .
changes, that Major Mulfoi d w ill soon
visir Richmond, to confer with Com
missioner Ould on the subject of the
further exchange of prisoners.
There are main of our readers who
I will be glaa of this announcement.
There is a growing fear and belief m
the public mind, that tin: prevalence
of too much red tape among Our of
ficials has hitherto stood in the way
of the proper exchange of prisoners
and that the loss of life and a fear
ful amount of suffering have been the
result of unjustifiable inattention to a
and H. K. IJeardsUv and Myron Buck
there ai- Irtshuieai and tliei will ad-
I or tict ii-iian .evv lorn. urinAJvii ,i ,,. ;,i, . ,, ,.,
Ilia i ' lilt till ni i ii Ul ' i , L 1 t
Albany. New Have,,. Buffalo, MnMM uking up what torpedoes wa euM
kce and Louisville. Si ,. Ru( peising safely over stWs
newspaper is to Ije published' ir. Arrangements are made to clear the
Paris devoted exmustvelv to matninO- channel of all oliatructioie .
mit men of anv nationality who will uuu interests, its only adverUsevwuts
will In- "wants anil replies Mom
Tito case of "William Mullen vs. R heartily mm them in their iiMrananu
li. Sherman attracted considerable in- for Ireland. The Ciaeimiati coiivcn- persons who wish liusliamls ami wives:
terest After a full l..-aring,the Court ,' " expected to swell the general IttarMUTO is to be love ciUTSSpotl-
e, n.i . .... , a .1,.- i I t .'I ini
ailed ions, of marital duties ataf rights,
tuple of millions, and tin
J. ti. FOOTER,
The Richmond papers of yesterdtu
stall' thut OU the 28d 26 Vessels nf till'
Wilmington etpt'ditiott bail re-ap)iear-
.. ;.,.l.i..,....l f..e 11... AmA i 1,1 11 '"
.' . reliilllis evervwliere ale luisV now lol-
recover Lis cost. Plaintiff excepted lcctmir fnmls' for that iinroo... Tl,.
and cause was passed to the Supreme Canadian Hoinaii Catlioiics ars kv-nt fche ill-treated, tin deserted and the pubbshi d in the Itichnrond papen
lit all the while in ,OMeV efTOtW. ill!" is a prngTOSSlVC as lollows :
and its editorials will give nttvil-e to od. The dispatch of (leu. BragK D
Court. Myron Buck for plaintiff and a state of fermi
Kdson v Kand for the defendants.
the expectation that the brotherhood
In this matter of the complaint of
Etosanuah Prince against Cornelius
Peters it was adjudg, d that the de
fendant is the father of the plaintiff":
child, and the defendant was adjudged
liable to pay to the plaintiff (130,00 a
year, payment '. commence January
B. W. Fuller vs. William A. Jewitt
will arise and attempt a revolu
The Roman Catholics and Fe'n-
A big cake was made on 'thanks
giving day, in New York. It wtt ten
Old Hi inches
of sugar. 1 75 pounds of tloitr. and Hi I
pounds of butter to make it.
The excavations of Pompeii have
just led to the disc , very of a temple of
.luno, on t no nags ot wlucii were
Negotiations and conference which scattered about more than 1)00 ski-lc-have
been for along time going on tons of women and children, who, dur-
lall.s are not alwavs on Cordial terms, feet l.m.r '22 inches wide
th,, ugh most of the Fenians are them' thick. It took loo essra,
selves lioiuaii ( at holies.
A stable Government for the Frot-Inees.
Wimmxotox, 1 tec -
Twenty-six vessels of the fmlerJ
fleet re-appeared this linn ning. Tin rr
lias been no cbafiilfl since last ilia
patch. Tins is the latest received from that
Signed , K. M. STANTON,
.Se n ility of War
The Secretary of W ar has reivt'ol
information through rebel papen Ut
the effect that a movement was MM
. . : .. i :.. .1 i
and Commissioner's Report Court ' MT' , " wepewsenoe, on
t !. l.'ltt f Mil. I-.. .illl.lv -it I.,. . ,...l t
ail. j i i w (.in, -.'li,--. .vi im III I I . I
and trustee Henry C. Colcord, was among our Canadian neighbors and inif the eruption Of Vesuvius, hastened on the 'J'lth from Suvnnnah toward it"
tried upon the disclosure of the trustee ""' "lotlier country point pretty clearly to the temple to implore the protection Altatnaha River, for the ktnipflaas
purpose of destroying the pjavanaaii
Albany tind iulf Itailroad. From tn
same source he is informed thai u
attack was made on Fort Fisher
the '24th by the lleet. which coiitni"''!
from one o'clock until night, snd
renewed at lu o'clock pn the "i-'11'1
The fire of the fleet is represented .i
having been furious. On thf Mtli
under cover of the lire of tin Jett
( it ii. Butler landed two hrigmles tw
and a half miles above the fort, tt"
engaged a smaller libel force,
Union troops holdiun the cronnu iI
v"u' night. Ltite in the night the iofcntij
Nw;' attacked the fort, and are said toba"
been already indicated, and under the
style of Canadi t it would certainly have
the advantage of In ing launched into
existence with a good name. What
form of covcrnmeut muv be detcrmin-
if t he g' nldess.
A rebel correspondent al Florence
South Caroline, states that there are
over ten thousand prisoners in the
stockade there, and thai one thousand
have died from scurvy, t hey exchange
rings, pipes, ink stands, and straw
hats for potatoes, winch are the only
A-l.l ... I l . . , it l
eil upon is not vet settled ; but per- , J
haps the experience gained by ubscrv- U7 1MV V"',12-, ,,VU,mfe'or Lm'
ing the operation of our own institu- o1"' 1J ht h 11:111
thins lliav serve as hint to nnr KAink. -When dell. I avlor was elected
The case of John Gates and others ,(1IH that republics are still, as they ProWaVsat sixteen years ago, ho did
vs. Horace Livinton and wife and orenerallv h ive nroved lierct,,f,,,'. ,l(t received a single electoral vote
v . 4 . . . , ii.ii ....ii ti. in e ,.,l:..i iui
and Benjamin H. Binalley vs. John B. somewhat doubtful experiments. Only f'oiii the States lying north and west attacked the fori and are said to li
Corliss were anmcd ami submitted. ;' intelligent and virtuous peoj.le can of the Ohio river. President Lincoln been repulsed with considerable l.
It is expected that ,1,,. chancellor '" ""Hi'"- institutions success- earned then, all four years ago, but TLe . Tennessee is rJ
Ills ixpiiKH III. II UK lliiinicllol 'A rt, ,i,.,., .i . .... ninny of tin ill bv liieiairre iiiiiiiiritiuu t t. . ... h'na
''-uutssion to sec, 1,- will an, c his deer, a. m both cases ,,irc U so Z aZZ ' J b. has in these Stab s a Z;;
lit i 1 i. I't ! i ' , i , - . f i , 1 1 r I ' i - i . . t . 1 1 . . I. I T, t I 1 tl .a ! i i . i . t i ,. ,i . 1 1 I i i- i , , i i . i it t i . , I Mi! niul ...1 1 i 1 9 ' .
...in iiee.iv nun we may aouot wnetner ' , 'J , y J . i"rjv- " a Tennessee River near the moutli i
MM-n ot government . ' '. . 'T eai ?.,m ami Klk River, Gen. Thome having fo
1 '1 1 i 1 A A 1 1 ' I
ueciuou inai uuste, oe atsctiargeo ,,.lt(. Even the apellati., lik.lv to
sul.ject which has warmly enlisted "u" " x mm,.., eve. pie,, ana , ,., i,e ciiosen Mr tin- new nation lias
public attention and sympathy. CWW6 !mHh"H UU
1 , , , ' ' 1 M W. Bailey and D. R, Bailey N.
iv ir . i i, , 1' W ood for the plaintiff, and M. J.
ten; illiaiu M. Pattisoii, Esq. own I
,i .,, , , , , , ,, I Hill attorney for the trust) 1
el of the "lnteriiatlolial Hotel, Frc- '
lighsburgh, Canada, which for Hevendl A 'Shi"" (,f th co,,,t " ehancery
years has been kept by Mr. T. B. Car-1 WM heW b7 Chancellor Aldis, commen
p. i.tcr, has sold the same to Messrs 1 n,l 1)('t"' . mid lldjouriiiiig Dec. 2H.
A. and P. Martin, of Bedford, who
take possession of it early in January
ftx'" An effort is being made bv the
brary for the use of our brave soldiers by Tuesday next.
ami sailors. Persons in this vicinity I . .
who nn- willing to favor this praise- kW A mass meeting of Wool (J row
worthy purpose arc invited to leave ers w ill be hel l al White UiM r .J unction
their donations of books or pamphlets January, 4th 1880, to eonsider the woo
with Henry M. Stevens, Ksip, of St. growing
Albans village. paper
would not b. the more wisely agreed PPtar majority by the Northwest eoiisidcrnblv t.. the east, farad-
upon by the Canadians. In fact, we -""ws tliat tlia part of the eormtry vance n Sunday ni-ht was at P"!t;
should much prefer to see a monarchy 1,008 "", intend to seetsle just jrei i?.,;ir 1 i J k;. ..maninf1
rv.ttn inti.i. to conseiei' tne woo . , ,, , 1( ., v ,,, . - " ...... . -, .. ..... - ,
intl.rest and to cstibhsb a . l r u " 1,1 "f u,i tllil AN e regret to aiitiotttuv the death tfon has bee, opened to Columbia,""'
n interest and t,. eetabHsh a republic ; and for the same rcas,,,, ,. fMr. tie., Dcsbarats, joint Oueew's the road wiBeuVn be in running"1
devoted to it hope tha Maximilian sempae f Utt Printer, an otli. e which he has held to ( Iiattaiiooga. The lavy
S'utl. wtd be tii-mh lived and lieciue s.nee the union of the Provuices. Mr. lav, rendered travel verr 'ffit'"'
In)- The m w Starr Hall, Middle
tils'. SllEIIMAS's MvltHI A corns- l'lcni ami nourishing. Oil the part Desbaiats whk i.n eveellcnt eitir.n Sccretnra- Kf.iil,,.. M Jiansieh nn
(if thlil ii 1 1 1 I i I ii n , . I ..1 1 a.. ... aft
... ' "i ...iu enecKing. tin aiiuura
ruble ollicer of the QoTSTtV IcitJ dataiU of the eiigagenierrt
Perhans no Printina CMBoe in twem (ien. Thomas's sd Vance n'
... l,.. l.i . i .i lt a. ,i.
tlllo.li 1, I r,,. 41. ,w A- A 4l. ... 1.. I" " I 1141' 11 Ol 11, WHS lieillT IllllllilgCII tllllll I.lXHllI aillfV Oil 111C 24111. ...
thiotuh OoorgM thus describes the undue sense of power, needine disc, that of the PrS. ,.i..,. T,,s ........ ..rZUrtk. .-.t to wtA
. ,. . . i.. .1 , ..l... ............ i:.... t-i
i , mis ,,.., oiuiiui.v . 7 .: ... i e have been arrogant, grasping meat
..;..i, i iv.. in., ii -i i mans arniv in its triuinnhal mm-eh ia.. , , , i mtiii.
'"S" . tun. Mi a couee cuiijiei . . oi e, -eoiiui leui in ourselves, lecllh
was laved with great difiicillty.
... r l . i .. .. ...... . .. . ,
a- K'"" wine,, I lie . Mill' rv ciiiims oy iun .'""', n.i.so'nni" urn Humiliation. ,. ,. u,i i , 1,:.. i .v.. ,. 1 r... .. .nroadl
Hi W aie under obligations!,, flononj slices. Itave sntjerred terribly it is true, m , he had the best printers that could be Verge, as the foU.awiag ",t,lu' 18
Tuttle A Gar, Rutland, for a copy of "Th.- army passed through U of the , llu',, " ' which is upon us, und procured and that nothing sent to shows:
the Vermont Directory for 186 by """"'""l0""""' cntitlenee ever reached The Central IfofhW,
B . u- w ai rv State, capturtid ami occupied over two i i i i . a- experienced. Itlthe public, through any of his ein- Maeou with Savannah, 192 tmlc ,
ijvcv. v. v. Atwauir, ol Veri'i nms, a h...l....,l , . ;u.." 0 , woul.l tie Detter tor us to be tauyht 1 i.l.
fully com-Una Mttarlv deatroved svCrv railway ii. I wtiolesome ilread, for the welfare ; tural pursuit, and has been for w.-v...-,.l MULaataaaWSIU ,.,l Ikinal. 'A9:tiir
of the se- the route, brought out 10,001) iieg,()Ja, ' T i I",w,.,r' 'years President of the Montreal Hot- ' western. 50 . the Museofiee, fl I
1 10,00 head of horss and mules. ao..,e ' (T1 ,Z ' W"U,,, ".ttV" I ,l-Ur 'i"ty, Mo.Urml Gaulle, j Maeon and Western. 101 ; the '
i oi lie i i line i nici stoi'i,, iiui iieil all ZtVC t C asgrrwou, aud Atlantic 140 : the lleorr,'"1 TT.
;", -r? , '"u,m r r:1 :z flt - ! S3 S t, 1 1 ..,,,.. ; ,
I How .ll h14 " u 5U H ''1"'t" "ll' r a (l treasury by th,- States attorney for ' Georgia Itailroad. 40 ; the asl . .
' 1 hooded 130,000,000 or $40,. IJov. Smith snd Qomrtoriaaeier tins 5nty c. P. Marsh' Rsu f UrnnSi of the OeorgU IUUrA ,
NH 4 000 1,000 worth f vott.n, captured s,-v- Oeueial Pithin ,,,, ,1 r,,,t ,iM, , v,lhige. being ,he proceeds ,, ' " C - the lb, me branch ohhe We-lertt
. .al I millions of rebel cune.icy. some ash ng,.,,, procut.-d of the govern, tic,., exceeds by more the,, one ,),, . Athintic, 20; the Atlantic
- gold, 80 paces i ai 1 1 1 leiy . an ,d,- Wftof htoj 5,000 sand doUars tile inoome of ,h, who, Kranire itailroad. 80 ; tb. '
Vermonl " a nniU re.t II.oiih- - -.1, , ,g, .at , r. State beside. It U the result of a UCsJc and Georgia, Oi
;iuu nea.l oi eallle. tiliolil -liiuu prison- .".!"' "i. nuns eiun Willi the fait on I. . ....I.l;.. . . , .
very neatly printed and care
piled manual and No. 10
' rise. It is sold by merchants general
1 ly throughout the State.
- ' -- -a
w Tin dcntli of Hou. a.
i . VT ,1. ,11 ., . . .
i,i .sorin 1 rov, 1 ice.
years, is aiUSonitoed.
els. Illiil sill " isted the arniv n
W In a recent list of
aoldleli, who Wi le lilllled I.l Nllliapolu,
.1 ... ... a .....
...a.yiai.,1. w, nun the names f ,1 u0 tlu rebels, uud aaved that nn.eh to
ham Call, Qayrgia, Company K, tlth Unait tktt$'n rtnhcqncr
vennont Raglnispl Oct 4, lntit and - -
tfonn B. Dm is Cambridge Sept. 19, W Vermont has s
1M4 of the 17th RagimeBl men to count on the p
. l.tti.... ii. ,1. ..1 1.. ... 1 . . , "!.,, , 1 m s 1 anil a ,.r.
"ioiiiii . ossoiis less eveeiitinii ..ft ... ..
.....it..,,.,..,. ........ 1.. ..... ..1
rr " ,a'K" "uppiy -r nm- ly witnesH. d
munition. On their reftara thy pur- throtuti the
chased in New York oats, caps, haver thing to their
sacks, kuapaaekH, canteeiib, rubber and in which tl. .
'"'e to prevent smuggling
.... 1 . ..
1.11,. I., ... .... ..... . ..
... ...1.... 1.1.. . i-. i .. ......... " """." iiiuns oi t
.1.00,. ,.s .. neiween ,000 ami . ise iiii-.r,.,l .., ,1...
law rare- ajw-XIr v.. than Sargent. I'-'"''",
s attoinevs te.i u I... returned ir
can li iiiii some- 4,;.i ..1 .1. , .. ...l.i lines, .
piolil f ,-... .1... ................... , . HViu.
, " "'"" ' he Iiiih lieeli to tillt in eiict . -
. tr.. .ilMll .'
.... . are i. , ,,,,, n
1 I trip along our North east f0
cot ntianvintr Collector Drsp' 1