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tf'I'. JOHNsIilUY, VT.
P. M . mTO'N'13 fc Co. I?u1)li&liei'
ninei: iic.it iloor north nf Court IIou.
.1 -It j.iil stiii'H i:i advance, pcr iimmm. . . $l.;.o
. pii.i in ailvniri', 2.00
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.f"i..n. a Mii.ire. A libtnil ilii-rouut to thc.-i
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.,, t gi-totm. . .'l rai-h iu .lih.uico.
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i". :.! sfi'i r. l!.)io:i. mnt t5. K. Xii.r, 1 .Si'olhiyV Iiuilii
iiitr. ''"iii'i l5omi. aicour nutltorizi'd Atut.
I'l.iMiN-i "f -ilt kinli ilniu ju-ntly mid :it Hvinjr
pn.-ir. All !;iti.l. "! I'aper-1 ;i;.d V,rU K(pt rnn.'t.iutly
Sf. .InilNSI'.UKY lil'SlXESfc Dikkctoky.
J . ROSS,
ATToKXKY, CtH'XSKI.I.OR k SOLIUITOK
Oftla- ovtr K. Jeweti'a.
JiillN I). HXILLER, Ajr'f,
CARK1AGES OF LL KIXDS.
OITHSITK DEI'OT, ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt.
I Caniacs ropaired at shnrt noticc.
VOL. 27-NO. 24. ST. JOHNSBURY, VT , FRIDAY, DEC. 1L 1863. WTIOLE NO. 1376.
Mr. Lincoln's Daily Life.
" Perley," the Washington corrcspondent
The December Magazines.
A Ilartl Case.
Private Alvah H. Miles, Co. F, 2d Ver
mont regiment, detailed for duty on the gun
boat flotilla, Mississippi Kiver, and who de
serted Marcli 15. 1S62, has been sentenced
Tllii Coxtixental for December has the
of the lloston Journnl, writes as fdlows oi followin-; table of con euts : The Nation;
the daily life of President Lincoln : Uuckle, Draper and a Science of History ;
But we did not visit the White House to ' Diary of Frances Krasinska; The Sleeping
exaniine it.s furnilure, or even to linger long Soidier; My Mission : Letter Writirg; The to be brandea with the letter D on the paim
n its thanning conservatory, which has been Year ; The Great Ameriean Crisis Was he . f hs r'gnt hand. This unfortunate man
j renovated during the past summer, ond is Successful ; Dead lieconstructioii ; Virginia : ' claims a slight consideration, frr his manly
o-v hltid with rare exoucs rcady to contri- She D-fincs her Position : Whiffs from my . ttstimony before the court envinced him to be
' prtscribfd !y chapter stvesth of the gtneral
; s'aiutfs, rh?H rciid. at lrngih, in o bofk to
1'.- K' j t for ?bar ;irpuc, ah co; y of rtcoid
v.t mnui-ftr T-sur; ed io ht-irvrl uffiu.
3. Earh ton cleik hU ira'" etliaie-
ly recoid. a Jenth. eery cpv of recrd of
marriage lt-ft in his office which h&& not been
Sec 4. Each town clerk shall recive
from the tovrn of wh:ch he is clerk, five cnts
for each copy of record of marriage made
which said aKent shall sell said liquors, and , shall contain the names of the paities to each hl ,n Purs""Jce of lb,s
the money received by such sales shall be'mortgage and the amount secured by each. j bec-5- Ihis act snalltaKe eneci ir
naid bv such agent, into the treasuries of Approvpd, Xov. II, 186a. , passage.
( liin n naDnontiitn Inn-n.-' r t mr irhantil'UI- m.i
quired by the selectmen of such town, or i
mayor or aldermen of said cities. !
Sec. 2. Ail acts and parts inconsistent
with this act, are hereby repealed.
Siof thegeneral statutes, entitled, Of- 2S An act.t0. Pov,de hbrane for
.1 . N U T T ,
ILK MANUFARTUUElt. STF.AM MILLS,
poslte l'acn?:er Ouput.
i.un: in dry onons, cuockkry iiardware
i'.iiit A.snsiior.s, i:i:()CKKiKS, uils, iuims.Ai:.
.Malii Streo -
nss t:. i-ooitc:a.ttl),
M1LL1NE11Y Jc DltY GOODS.
Opposito C.i!t?i!inlaii Oltice.
p. . (;a;i:, artist,
AT ST. JOli.VSHl'UY PORTUAIT (JALLKRY.
Ainiirotypes. .Melnlnotypcs, ai lilelw I'liotograplis
Itutior aml chuaper tiian cl:wliere.
:i:o. s. siiaw,
S U R A N C E A G F, N T ,
(i:!uf with J. Koss.
Approved, Nov. 7, 1S(:.
collection of taxes.1' ;
It is hereby enacted, vtc.
J1 ..f rl.iintpr S4 nf the
read - " recwc ui
( books that roay be donated by the rancus
sons confined in jail.
It is hereby enacted, &c
Sec. 1. The jailers of the Eeveral jails in
j general statutes, is hereby amended to
.nilt. llu.li. H r.l..,..r., : M. i T . -. . t- 1 . o ivi,.f nf linnnr miii cnlrit TTu ir-ic nrflorurl 1 t . , . . l 1 :15 iVlllnW: Tf nriV MnStahle shall neleCt tO
..uinuu, u IUt,mUi wui'i's ii": uuiiuii .ueercnaum; l.uerary rsouces; liuiior s !"" ;o. 10. An aci 10 provme ag.nnsi exioruon j a Christian churchesandbenevolentindmduals
.eason. Prcsident Lincoln is naturally an lable. Published for the proprietors by to report as above, with a number of soldiers, ' by expr.ss and telegraph corapanies. i Pa.v i,lt0 iheState treasury any State lax by, r;specflTe C0UnlieSf for the p se
ohject of ii.terest, not only to those who visit John F. Trow, New York, at $:. ayear. Re- anfl on lheir waJ thilher lheJ' bec,me inlox-! It is hereby enacted &c. . lhe time lresciib"d in his warrant, the treas-' rf Ae benefit'of all persons -who
;iiu, uui io uie puopie wno eieciea nim tneir uuceu rates tor clubs. ll-"lc" a u" "c'-c. uauic vjec j0 exnross or telecranh company !
The Atlaxtic has the followinj' list
exnross or telecranh comnanv
than the honorable soidier could endure, so sh;lll make c..nlracts within this State, or en-l scnl,ed Ume lssue h:s extent 10
t:The he deserted them and enliated elsewhere. ; force in this State contracts made out 0fj t!e county in which such delinquent consta-J
- IngvWhenthespecificationandchargeswereread,th;sSlatefUI company shall have ble resides, requiring him to levy such tax,
:orth,;tohim,he bravely pleaded guilly, and ex- Htd w;,h the r eqiliremeuts f this act. or the amount remainin-due, of the goods.
theaheriffof ma5' De conne n Ja''- 1'heseveral jailors
; shall Keep a oook oi recora, in wmcn
enter the names of all do-
with the title of said books,
l?verj express or teiegrapn com- mspection of all persons, and the jailor is
he legislature sa ' - , . . . c. . . rhereby constituted librarian. It shall be the
Ilie anU liae re- j flntv nf liia ihnn.n tn t-epn enfoli' triP fr.nVl
; 0..nt. tr.u general statutes, is herehy rtpealed. - , ,.. ,
cl;)fiviiv l.v W I Stllimoii . Srmii.llintin 1: I .... 1 .1 l. r .1.-11 ... . . . s..n M Iiik nnt chall tllrf nifft friTT lt! . - ' 1
.. .. ... i;imawuu ,uu .au..- wliere salll espresa or telegraph company Has ; - i sons confined in jail for whatever cause, for
Lying ; Sontetmng Abont Lndges, by Henry . ruHy perform my duties as a soidier, and en-, a placu for the tranMCtioil of busineS5j R passage. . same
luckerman; lnternal Su ucture and Pro-; deaVor to retrieve the error I have commit-: stalement of the names and residences ef: Approvedoy. 2b, 1SG3. .
..0.. w. iuk vmuvi, lln'""- ieU. II 1 aiH benieilLX'U 10 ue SIIOL, i 11 &LUim ' tl.u Mui-cr.nc ir. trnr.cnr.t...cr hnciii.. ;is enph
- Corner Main aml ti tral trcots
. K. PLIN T,
Mrxniifacturpr of II l.XEssr.s, ctc.
OppiHstt- I'ayir.iiipsip llouse, - - Hailruad strcet.
C . C . CHILUS,
Iii mim: iv W.VTPnss, Ji:wi:luy. Sn.vr.R AN"n
11 A . i: i WaUK, sl'l.CTACLF.S, ROOKS, STAIION EUY, F1NCY
ioiia-. tovs. &o.
I:. ..j.rliu aml piniravlii--; dom'wltti Wet;aiiceaud proiupt
... iiiM).iiu Olllce, Main strcft.
VM. II. IIOilTOX,
MKROHA.NT TAU.OH ; ainl dca'cr in fienfs Eur-m-liiir-:
(ioidi. - - Railroad strcet.
H. C. DICKIXSOX,
A..IlICI'I.TfRAI. WAREHOUSK A SKKI) STORE.
liillif.N liuildiii.'. - - RaUroadNtret!..
I . ABMI N G T O ,
Munufarturt-r Dralcr in Furniture and Chairs,
St Julinsbury Centre.
I. D. KHJIOintXE, I). D. S.
A . J . W I L I. A 11 I) ,
ATTOR.VEY AX1) COUXSELI.OR AT l.AW.
SP..MKUS' I'.ACKPAY, HOL'XTIES AXO PENSIOXS
KiitaniPd X tlurst'i uiiu'ss succe-ful.
JOHN BACOX, 2d, CO.
l.KAi.ERS IX IIIDKR. l.HATHER AXD OIL
St. Joliiisbnry C'oiitre, Vt.
H I. A' A. W I L I) E II ,
MAKl l'.VC'M l.KHS Of AXT.S ANU HOKS,
Ki-pp at whnk'.sal" llay atul Matiurc Forks r.nd
i(s: Antrim Sr.ovel, ai Moosc Uiver Works.
R. 15. lil.ACKSTOM.'S
II V I II I) 11 K M N G SAL0 0X
Kir-t ilnor to thf riuht, j) stairs I'nion Block
K..HLV A. YAUNEY, 31. I).
I' IIYICIAX A N I) S U It G E O N .
ot!n.c Hr-t hi.UM- X'ortb oi'.lie Xortli Cliurcli.
XKWELIi Ar BKOOKS,
PIIYS1CIANS & SUKG Ji 0 N S .
On'lCK OVER HOWAIID'K BOOKSTDRK.
Dr X'.s rt?ldoncf. Summtr iit, opjiorite t'nion Schoo
i)r Ifj rtldcnoe C'oDtral St. .hl liou-i- l'roiu .Sumincr St
uhief maistrate, and Mrs. Journal Reader
idviseb me to give a sketch of his usual dailv
jfe Man wiihout a Country. by Freuerick
Mr.Linroln is an earlv riser.and he h thus ham U' lS X'5 The Hirds of Killingw
jble to Jt" te two or three hours each mom- ui Iienry Wadsworth Longfelhnv ; Littrary ' plained to the court the trying situption in
ing to his volumincus private correucn(b'nce,
besi'les glaneing ut a city paper. At nine he
breakfasts then alks over to wie Yar
Ollice to nad aUcii war telegrams as they
give iiiui (occasionally some are withhekl.)
and to have a chat uitli Geti. Ilalleck on the
military situaiioii. in which he lakes a gre&t
int-.rcsr. Knurning to the White House, he Jn an Attic, ny i-.!izabeth Akers ; Long.el-, and meet my tad fate as a man." These as ! eXpress or telegraph company.
gets through with his morning's mail, in l'v', -v Ge0J'pfc W- Curt,s ' letter to al'eacu ; near as 1 Can renitniber, are the exact worus gee. Ii. Everv express company
n . l... i T.. 'i'i. . i . ' '
Life in Paris ; The Garret ; The 'Jreat Air- ! which he was pl iced by lhe dishonorable con-; panv UIlIess iCororated by th
Engine, by the Author of Life in the Iron jucl 0f his companion in arms. "Iam in ' 0f this State, shaU keep onfile t
Milis "; A Loyal Woman's Xo ; Eugene , your hands, gentlemen, and at your mercy. corded in tUe tow'n clerk's ollice
Kaii.U"AI) Accident. Ye leam that thiii
, Xo. 20. An act to amend scction 40 of the
-.3 general stitutes entuisa, " ui pnvaie cor-
It is herebv enacted, S:c.
Sec. 1 Section 40 of chapter S6 of the ;
iflwrk'- r.fript ?n thp tnnns wheri sniii fxnress
... . I . , t rr
aplace of business. and keep j -eneial stalules- enl,UeQ' " pnvaie corpo- x o3.-An act in addiuoo to chapter 18 of
company wi.h a private secretarj. Scme J,tmocra, u) i raneis aianu, Jr. ilie 0f the condemr.ud soidier, who. io shun one t posl up j aU 0f said company's usual places
lettrrs are er.-dorsed and sent to tho Dt-part- nuxt ,-umber oi tlle Atlnntic begins t..e thir- evl, unwittingly cc.nmitted a greater. ; of business. and in the post ffice and town
ments othcrs are emrute.i tt. the Secretarv, tt-entli volume, and tne publishers, Messrs.
who makt-s a rninute of the rep y which he is -unor lV 1 l-'ltIs. mnM me io.ioivmg an
to make and others the Preident retains, ii'auiis u . ...... ,i .... .... , ! exibiied in convt-nit-nt nlace. in cmisnicuous i
Evn. It wjll he in now,,, .nterior to the prcyi- I " ' " " k, a .)r;nted l3r5ff of lhe rales of i loliows : ,
ous voiumes, out i; v.m ou inc eonstant a.m ll- in" i"-. w.s, - Itsnallhe tiie dutv of the treasurer of
. r .i i.i-i . - .i . Lt.i ..... . . - ...... , , char'es for trar.snortation of coods and chat- s"-" "e llie uul OI lue Kuicr
,u- coiaamtug at.oui one nunureu persons, were , - . cven. jnslUalion for Bavins or SiVinr,3 banks
ln i thr
. Provided that he shall withhold from deliv
ering said books to any person whom h e
shall have reason to btlieve will wantonly de"
! rtroy or misuse the vame.
Approved, Nov. 7, 1SG3.
rations,' is hereby amended so as to read as ,
that he mny i-.nwer them hin.stlf
letter n.ceiit'N ati. n'ii-u, and ali which
entitled to a ielv
how ihcy me w rded,
icucMr .,i. , iiu .uuiici aid airt-aii i siaoiisnea loruie magazme. In ,liniW-n from the track ilmrn an Hnlnnkmmit.
-i . i' . 1 i . 1 " .1 ; '
now melfant the lurmerance oi iuis auu, mev nave secureo , .... ,
1. ior !!it-:r new voiume sevcral tt-atures ol pe-. 1
...,.... .1 -,. ' itired. One ladv hatl a Hniii broken. and
ri. 1 T ' 1 . r ' - 1 u'.jini iiiu ivou .v.i.ii.i. iti.c iiiut au iivjw J .
- ' aiile to aiinounce d-h'nteiv th tt Kobert . aiiother 1 iuv w.is bad.v burned.
.1... . .. i
inuia .u me ti mii; tniv.ii'!i' vi r .r.tr'.lliitf sfvcrn nv
cmrogrttntn u;av tie
ut on o.her days
Llouse are rtquesteti to wait iu the ante-cham- I'ffls; Xa'h..fuel ilawthorne will nrint liis new . , , .
1 , ... , . ' smaslit-u ui', auu one t
..er.aisd send in their cards. S-metimes, rotnauce m u.e cMumns of tne Atlantic, com- '
, ,. , ., . ,. . , ,. .. n.i-nci:igpro)iiblv. with the Feburan numbei; the pasengers ..ere a.
betore tht rresulent has hr.lied reading hi ,. i. i. e n .1 i .- i f
lv no c:.e was killed. The cars were badly
e cf them took lire before
1 remnved. I'r'ciiUUi.
Heiirv Wudswortli Loi!i.'fel!nw will imblisli
maii, Louis will have ahandfuiof pa-leboard, in iht-Ailantic sonie cantos of his iransla-
and from tht cards laid before him Mr. Lin- ti.-;n ot 1) mtt-'.s IJhina Conimedia ; " Mrs.
cola has viMtors usherpd. in givin- prece- Hariiet lWierSiowe begins, iu tl.e Janua-
, . . ,,,, c . a number, a scne.s of capit il sketches. to iie
dence to acquaintances. lhree or iutir hours - , , , . ' , .. ,
1 continueil thro'.ign sverai months, with the
do they pour in, in rapid succes.ionf nine oul inv f l.,ue and Ifome Paners by Chri-
of ten asking offices, and patientlv dnes the t-ipiu r (Y mii-id ; " J. T. Trowhridge has ; tions. c. in the province of t'anada.
Presidct.t lisien to their aniilicitions. Care 'e a new noni, wnicn wtu De commene-
and ansiety have furruwed lus lather home.y v Lonl wi cnntiaiK. M
ieatures, yet occabior.a.ly he is ' remintieu ot .niral)lf
. i i ii i i ... l . l.: .1- l. i
n anecuoie, anu gooa-numoreu giancvs r.atur.u suie::ce wnicn nae c-msittuteu o m
heam from his clear, gray ees, while his
i Xieht Kxnress ut met with
i t? -i i - --- - ..... i - i raimns. is iiereov aui'jnueu tu as iu rcau u& i .... .-.i i .-, rr .
me general statutes, enuuea, ui puonc
burial grounds and their enlargemenL"
It is herebv enacted, &c
:els heltreen all naint with which said ex- eteTi muuuon ior savmgs or vingoaa g , If anv town shall. at n meetin
; prrss company has any business or connec-; in this Sla;e' 011 the fi3t Monday of April duly warned forthat pUrposej Tole to piace
ti-.n. uneacnyear, ioiransmu io uie town cier the publjc burial grounds of such town, or
Src.4. Kvery telegraph company shall 1 1-yr lht tntfit of the listers of each town m My 0M Qr more of Bame undeJ tha
constantiv extinii in satu iei-grapn compa-i - r -- i charse ana supenntenaence ot cemeterv com-
nvsplaceof businein each" town in the J havi,1 money exceetling S250 deposited lu missner5 ,instead 0f selectmen, siid'town
State, where said compiny ha sn operator. "v5ss jtutun or savmgs banks, at such meelin? proceed lo eecU 5ep.
and also in the ofiices of the h.wn clerk and ; a Matementox tne amoant ucn person j araleiv 3 board of fire cemetery commission
p st oflice in the town whe re s id telegraph ! bad deposited therein on the fint day of said . ers shaU lhtreafter have lhe whoe
lency, Goc Smith, has appointcd Edson cnmpd'.y tranacts buines, by postitig up a aoath ol April. SUpenntendence and management of such
Keinp, Emj., advocate, of D-mhain, C. E.,and primed card, on which shall be designatt-d Sec. 2. If any deposiLs be made in a -i 0.lrial ground or grounds, on member of
Suinue! Y. FohtiT, K(j., advocate.of Knowl- all the places with which said telegraph has . iniwtion or bank in the name of two wWd board shall gQ QUt of office al lhe Rn.
ton, Canada, comoiisMoner.s to uke deposi- : busine, and the rates of charges for the ; or more parsous in sums of two hundred aad 1 aual Man.h town meeuncj jn each Tear
transmision of telegraph thspitche. G' amounting to lae aggre- Qne memher shaU al lhg samfi bg annu
Sec. r,. Said telegraph or espress compa- than two hundred dollars, and dect tQ Ae q membgr w
ExEcnivi; Appoixdiexts. His Excel-
Tiie KErm'iTlNG Skrvice. 'iwo conimis-
, nv aball be restricled in their charges to the
t!.e treasurer shall have reason to believe j
Thcrc's a cap iu the closet,
Dld, tattured. and blue,
Of vcry sltht valisc,
lt may be, to you -.
Unt a cnnvu, jr-.vcl-itiuhk-d,
('on!d not t)u it to--iay,
With it ltt.or of honor,
Tht- hcad tliat it shpltercd
Ni'eiU shidtor no morc !
Di'itd liornes make holy
'l'ii..- tnfio thcj v .ro ;
tio li.c chaplct of hotiur,
( 'f iauud aml bay,
Sccius the cap of tlie soidier,
Markcd " Oo. K."
I5rij;ht oycs liat looked calmly
lt vis'or bnieath.
O'cr the work of the Koapfr,
Griin llarvostcr Dcath !
Lc' the mustor-roll nR'aycr.
So liiournftiUy sa. ,
IIow forcntust in danf,'er,
Went Co Iv."
Wlmsc footst--,ps nnbroken
Came up to thc town,
Where rauipart and bastion
Lookrd threat'niiiBl'' down :
Who. cl.)aii)g up hreaches
Still kept on their way,
Ti'l io.s dowsuvard poiated,
Who faltored, or fhivcred ?
Who .vhunnedh.itdt-stroke ?
Whose lire was unci'rtain?
Whose battle-liia- brokc ?
Cio, ask it of history,
Vi-ars from to-day,
And the records shall tcll you,
.Yvt " Co. K."
Th tigh m darling is slccpimj
To-day with the d?ad,
And ikijics and dover,
liiootu over his head.
I iui'e through my tears,
A-. I lay it awa
That baitlc-worn cap,
Lettered "Co. lv "
uu.ed oiheers a::tl tt-n int-n fioni each regi-, - .. . '.,,- thnt tn.. -..r. h-lnt. u, nnn inrivirlaal. !t . ... - -
nicies unoii dilferi-nt liruiehe o" . , - i 1 l i . tar.ti of rates su fXhtmtea, as provuieu iu - n ' shall nold hit omcs tor tnelerm ot live ears.
v... - . . .. ' .. . . ., i im i m f iiv in TTi kp r 111 II .1. V 1 1 1 1 III'. .... r . . . . . .
man , 1 he terms tor which the several members ol
ringing laugh shows that he isnot " useti up "
vet. The sitnpie and naturai munner iu
which he dtlivers ii thought-., m.ik-. -. hiin
ippear to those visiting him, hke an earnesj,
affectionale i'riend. He tnakes little Kirade
of his legal science. and rurely indulges iu
peculative propositions, but states his ideas
iu plain Anglo-Saxon, iilutijiated by many
livelv images and nleasing allusioi.s, which
" ' ti :. r..i...:-
iMi-,' and imn.irt.iui. a teatnre tn lh latc ' r
vnl.iiiies of the Atl.intir ! Tlie following are the olficKrs so detail-
th?i nf-:. aml whenever anv reattr s im
! is dt signated on such printed tarilT, of rates Pts as provided in the preceding section
: , .: 1 . 1 -
sb:,llh:,vP ?.,.,. mid. the nerson i.avins the iS u rciuru iu uuu., ui
Tdms-ifleentsa number. Sub.scriptions j same n...v recover back the amount so naid Jnionf the money belongs.
i,r the year lO, postage paid. 1 wo cop-! K J j aboVe the raU.s spec;ik.d on sa;d larilFi w;tll Approved, Xov. 1U,
i: b une year. .,G0 , 27ihd J:r'iimai!.Lin. Vriiinvaf Lieut. j twelve per cer.t. interest thereon from the
, r. , . .. Morrill. i nf Rnrh navment. with full costf. in ac- Xo- 21.-An act in alteration of chapter 80,
i ,ie jieeemuer uuur.'v annr.uncr's tnai nni
teinis are reduced to the old
iium!;cr .s an extra one
Lieuts. Tracv and
tion of assuiupsil declaring for money nad ;
i and received, or goods sold and delivered, as '
i-ii -i i i r i -i 1 ruill Ikriiwau. .mujui jui.ic, .a,naiu , ,
n.gs embehih the title pages both of which yrmilef -
...i ... ,i ti . i Sec. 0. X"o express comnanv shll have
dlU U1 t IIULlL t'ai IM v Ll. L 1 1C tUC .111111 L. . .. . ' I'I ...kf l.iltf i;
m ct'oti So of the general statutes, entitled
I" is herebv enacted. 5:c
the fim board of cemmusioners in any town
shall respectivtly hold their office shall be as
The commissioner first cltosen shrll hold
his office for five years ; the commissioner
next chosen shall hold his office four years ;
the commissioner next chosen shall hold his
office for three years ; the commissioner next
seem to flow as il it. obedience to a resistU fasnion plates and patterns, as usual .; nu- I nold
Sulh llcijiuwn'. Col. iJaruey, Capt. lley-
! chosen shall hold his office for two vears ;
o.T. i. .-NecKois o. cnapier c;. oi inetand tfae commhsloiier next chosen chall hold
anylienon goods or any pioperty trau,-: Kunl statutes, shall be so amended as to ! Ms office for oae yeai
"unpulse of his natute. S-me new.ipaper ad- lllerous rt.L.iI)CS, anecdotes, stories, etc, make
In case of varancv in said board of com-
iu his company tor uueen minuie wunout fjr 0I fc co.,y t ne year ; for 2
htaring a good tale, aiipropriate to the suh- aud for ,iirt.c.
jt'Ct talkfd about. Many a metaphysical ar- - -
irHMn.nt d.i li .I.moHsh liv ininlv t-llin nn A SERVAXr GlUI.'S PltKROCATlVKS
, , , , . . . , Mis bi.vitord, I nlwavs l.ke-. to have a guod
.tnecdotc, which tXdCily ovorturns the verbal , , c , , , ,t ,, , , , , e . , .
' : 1 old-l.ishione.l talk with the ludy I lives with
st ucture. bei'ore I begins. l';n uwful teinnered, but
Ahmit 1 n'clock the Pr.ident decliiics 1'ni dre.idf'ul forgivin'. Huve ou HcckerV
vjtiii.L' anv iiK.re ttjmnanv. and otten aceom- llj,ir lebe's range, hot and old water, sta-
. . i tionarv tubs. oilcloth on the lluor, dumb wai-panit-s
his wife iu her carnage, to take u - ,. ' f , ... , .
1 n ter. lnen loliows her seli-planned pro-
drne. lie is lond of horsebtck exeic.se, and , irra.nme f0f the week : " Monday 1 washes.
when pa.sing the sumnier at the Soidier-' l'se to be let alone that day. Tuesday I,
irous. Aoh.-dv s to cnnie near me that day.
Wednesdav I liakes. to be let alone.
ported bv such companv, after :h navment ' rea" as tMov '
r.iirer attemnts io deny thit the l'resident ., 1k..,. m nc,i ;,,furU.f .1 '. T.A WS f)P VF.RTVTnTVJT. A. T). or tender of the amount embraced in sucn . -v iy .mu eerv uaun. now e.siauusnea, or rnissjoners fr0m anv cause. the remaininir
te.ls stories. NVhv. it is raMy that anv one ii11i1ri.,i uv i . r: i.,v l-,i!n,l,.l..l,;.. , i I taritf of rates, as provided in this att. . wmc'1 R,a-V l)e "tab.ished under the authon-;memDers of sd board fchdj t.ect a 5.
sioner shall hold his office the residue of the
term for which the commissioner, whose of
fice has so becoine vacant, was elected.
Any town may vote, at a meeting -warned
i for that purpose, to take any or all of its buri-
Designated by lhe Secretarv of State for
publication in all the newspapers.
! Xo. 1 1. An act to repeai certain sections of ! Xo. 17. An act relating to the grand li?t
1 Annroved. Xuv. 11, lSt;:t.
navment. or unon denoit. or for red-mntion.
1 i . 1 -
. or for any other purpose, from any other j
chapter ;() of the general statutes, provi-' i js hereby enacted. c. ; bank, or from any person or persons, any
dir.g for the establishment of uuiform g It shall be lhe dutv cf the listers our.trrfeit bank bill. shill write or stamp
rnles of practice in the several coun'.y i in each town to make an abstract cf thMjr ! upon such bank bill th word " counterfeit," j
courts and courts ot chancery m this &tate. ratl(1 i;st in cach year, after its comjdetio-. aaamS 'er. or thereunder, the name ol aj grounds out 0f thtfcharge of the cemetery
Il is hereby enacted. -c. j , 1.,nt. rll,11r' ,t,u .inthn nhmm, Uiebmknnd the innitials of its officer by m;fi.:r,nir!. nri ,,p ama tinir ,),.
of iIk comaiittee raied bv the le-ishlur.; to : wh )tn such w"n? or stamp shall be mide. d of lhe seiectmen . and whenever anv
Sec. 1. Sfcti-m 17, IS, 11), attd 20, ofl
Kome usfd geuerally to go to and fro in the
The Presidriii dine at 1', and it is iarc
that some pi-ronal fiieuds do not grace the
round dining table, where he throv.s ofl" the
cares of otHce, ..nd leminds those who have
been in Kentucky ot the old school ont'e
inan who ed to dis..ense generous hospi
tality t:it re. From the di.mer-table the party
retire to the criiu-')ii ar.iwing-ioon. where
liiat day. Thursday I picks up the house
Xobotlj's to cotne near me th.it day. Fridav
I goes to the city. Xohody's to corne near
me that day. Saturday I bakes, and Satur
day afternoon my beau comes to me. Xo
hod oines near me th.it day. Sunday 1
has to nrysolf."
ch.ipter JJO of thegeneral statut-.-s., entitled,!
'Of lhe Suprime and wounty Courts," are
Sec. 2. This act shail take efi'ect from its
Approved, Oct. 28, 1S(W.
make up the grand list, on or before the I Approved, Xov. 11, 1SG:5.
third Thursday of October. which abslract
shal' contain the following particulars, and
IX& A Universalist clergynirfn of Viscon
sin, who has recently returned houie from a
Xo. 12. An act explanitory r to chapter
1()S of the genen.l statutes. entitled, " Of
mechar.ios and other liens."
It is hereby enacted, kc.
Sec. 1 Seclioii ' of chapter 10S ot the
coiFeeis se. v -i, and where the l'resident 1 tenn of service as chaphin to a reeiment i ; general Matul,-s slialMie construea so as to
passes the eve,,,, g, unless some dignit.uy has , the anuy of the Cumherland, spoke at a ' apply to any saw tmll, gnst mill or tactory,
a speciai interview. Such, I am hlonned, town meetiny the other day, and in tlu. iactory, and to any water-wheel or steam en
is the almo&t un varvinif dailv 1-fe of Abraham j coue of !.. re.narks vouched on the atro- ercctctl wtthm or nrar the same, to be
:.. ....... ..,.vt ciMus barbavitic of thc rebels. " Mv frlends." 'a ior tl.e purj.ose 01 operaung macnmerj
rbe in form as foilows :
STATE Ol- VE11MONT.
Hrand l.ht of thc Town of for ihv
ItKAL ESTATK. Doi.is.
Huiltlings not having more than ten
acres of lan l attiehed, mills, faeto
ries, cjuarries, .Vc.
(No. of acres 1
Total valuc. without refcrcnce to de
ditcttiou fjr debts otving, (S" )
Amount after deduction for dcbts otving.
. town shall vote to take all of its burial
; grounds then under the cemetery commision
ers out of their charge, the term of office of
' all sach commissioners in that town shall
Sec. 2 Said board of commissioners may
set apart and appropriate such portion or
T.t-1 ininunt of real and ttersonal es-
Lincoln, whose ddministration will rank next . w us oaroanue, ot tne reoe... .iy ir-enus, , r-i i o j -
7 . .... . .. ... J TI TO
in importanc to th a of Washington in cur , he said, i have a way, prcached to vou , pQLLS(No at u
national annals. , agai.ist any such nistitut.on as he.I, or tuiure . - , ' t D0OS-(N'o. ) asscssed at 8 1 is
The Piesidenfs wife (in the opinion of ; punishment, but my experierce within the ' s'llil1 uo su construed as to authon.e the , perccnt of rcal anJ peraona! PtAtJ.
Mis IoiT-i-1 K--vle.) ou'ht i.ot to be lPfi j last few months has modified my opinions ; plamUll in the action therein provided for. j AdJ ainounc asscsscd on poll? aild doss,
-,,r is'lit' f hu-r-'s what: I believe -hereisahidl provided 'tpc'usc . , 0
unmenti'.ned, d. , .h d.c 1, h t - oi Mu T)tal ulhcin flJr Statc taxc.
est to chro..icu- i". lhdail rou-d of ervmg, - ""lun"s"u m""a'J cowm-. - , , w rcrtifv the above to bc a trut. abstract of
J X'o. 22. An act relating to changes of
It is hereby enacted, &c.
Sec. 1. Any person of fuil age and sound t
mind, other than a married woman, who may j
i II. . 1 . 1 1 ntt.,. ll . .1 ... . . - ... -.!-. nn ...
' . . . ' portions of the burial ground or grounds
i ment in writing under his lund and seal, at- . , , . . , . , ,
n placed uader their charge, as they shal! deem
tested by ihree crediule wttnesses, and ac- , . , , r . - , r
; , . proper. as a burial tilace for the burial of
i knowlcdged belore the ludge of probate in - . . , . f , .
. . ? , , persoas without charge therefor, under such
' the d.stnct where such person resides, there- , . -j - - 1.11
1 ... regulations as the said commissioners Jshau
ia dcelaring such intention, designatmg the 1 .. . , , ...
0 ,, , prescube ; and thev mav lay out the remin-
' name hewtsshs toassunie, and shall cause the. . , f . - , ,
. ing unoccupied portions of said bunal griund
' same to be recorded in lhe records of said , - -.111. .1. 1. j-
. or grounds. in suitable Iots or other sub-di-probate
courts. and in the clerk's office in - - , - , .1.-11
, .... . . visions for fdmilv or other banal places, with
the lown m whica such person resides, which , ,
1 all necessarv paths, avenues, or other reserv-
; being done, sucn person shall thereafter be , . , . . , ,., ,,
' , 3 , . , , , . . . . ed places, and may plant ana embeJhsh the
known and called by the name designaled in
Sec. 2. Tnis act shail take efi'ect from its
same with trees, shrubs,fi.iwersand other rn-
Approved, Oct. 30, 1SG3.
An ingenious person has dicovered
that the three most forcible letters in our
a'phabet are X K G ; that the two which
contain nothing are M T ; that four express
gre.it cjrpulence, O 11 C T; that two are ir.
.1 deciine, 1) K; that four indicate exalted
station, X L X C; and tlnee excite our
teais.yet, when pronounced fjgeuier, are
necessary to a good understanding L E G.
HOW THE SOLDIER Sl.EEI'S. You would,
I think, wonder to see men lie right down
in the diioty road, under the full noon sun
ol Tennessee and A'.abama, and fall asleep
in a rninute. I have passed hundreds of
fcuch sieepers. A dry spot is a good mat
tresb ; the flap of a blanktt qui'e a downy
pillow. You would wonder, 1 think, to see
a whole army cerps, as I have, without a
shred of a tent to hless themselves with, 1
ing anywhere in al -night rain and not a
giowl nor a grumhle. I was curious to see
whether the pluck and g)od nature were
washed out of them, and so I made my way
out of the snug, dry quarters I am ashamed
to say I occupied, at five in the morning, to
fcee what waler had done with them. Xoth-
is.g! Each souktd blanket hutched out as
jolly a fedow as you would wish to see
muddy, dripping, half floundered, forth they
catne, wringing themselves out as they wen',
with the look o' a troop of " we down "
rousters in a fu 1 rain storm, plumage at
hud-masi, but hearts trumps every time. lf
they swur- ind some did it was with a
laugh; ihe sleepy fires werestirred vp; thtn
cime the c-iff-e, and ihey were as good a
new. IJlood is thickcr than waler.' Ii F.
reading ml MMtirg hospiu!, w:.ich 'u-cupies j lU-
torv, water-ivheel or steam engine, and the .
.f Mr- Lincoln. She may havej
-' - 1 1 ..T l.,,wl nAn tN :nntu m-M' ctnnil
i iiE First Marriage. And Adam said i ...... . . a .u..t '.-vear 15
in Ulc iii.iuuv:! iiicicoi 1UCUI.IU11CU, ui.it iiu. v. ,
! thc grand list furtnc town ot
forlhc Xo. 2.1. An actin addiii-.n to section 73, j
,u.,e,;..a-..uuw., ... ....... .msisnow uone oi mj uuiil-, nesu ot the liens providt-d for in said section, shall!
v. uuoos, a 1 j,. . ...w- ray nesn ; mi, snaii oe caueu woman oecau.e h d be applicable l0 any 0f
ui 11 lui-Miio. ....ti... ..w , sue uu iiiui;ii uui ui ii;au. iiiciciuic siiau
cratic er.t admit that there can be any cour- ' a mit jeaVt. bis father and mother and shall
chapter 22 of the general statutes, relating s
ral ornaments. Said board may rxuke all
' nece?sary by-laws, rules and regulations in
J respect. to the suid bunal grouud, or grounds
i not inconsistent with this act aad the laws of
-o ' ihis State, as they shall deem expedient, and
may aiter and amend the same, which by-
teay displaved here now-a-da)s. I!m I am , cieuVe unio his wife. Thev shall be one
Approved, Xov. 4, 1SG3.
Sec 3. Said board of commissioners
neglects of listers in making the returns as' d fa cornai:Uee shall Shall have authority for ard in the name of
...1.. nnA ir.,tnllnf. cV.nl! .1..TtAr1
to union distncts. I ' 0 . 1
, . . . . 1 c . to restram anv person 13 the free exercise or
lt is hereby enacted. ivc. f .
- ... . .1 . .1 i ....... .... , r. .1 t. 1..11 i. .1... .1...,. n.,.vi ninrmsiit n inc t iinnii tpniimpnn inin
uiucisms. -e-.uier io inuse 01 inc uvuiv-; sbt. was taken oul ol man. Tneretore shall, .... ,.,.:.t .1 11 M,J'1 uc WK - stC. 1. Section 73. chanter 22 of the cen- -
.mC1..u,.uy ..., ... ...u.w. mjMge t. iake un the grand hst, to first ex- , ... 1.111 aau jt ,u , respect to the bunal of tne dead.
r,. .,.cUC or..t cKt tr. r..rr.rl.c miuet i ot.iaKe u,j 1 n . nra u-i.i, eral statutes, shall be amended bv addmg the ! 5 . . .
1 1U1 L11L UUI lUdVOl UI1U OUVV.b VliV ivuibUlLl . - - w
I . ' ' . . - ; amine and see it there are any omissions nr , foUowinw Worls-
sure tuat sir.ee the ume that m .ua ..on nCshH 0 cards. This act shall take effect from i.s !
presided at the nite liovse, it has not oeer. A humeMUS wrUer in the Chicngo I
graced bj a Udy so w ell (itled by nature and . (1 scrinBS how hg gQ. QUt of a bad scrajie ,
)y edueation to dispense its hospitaiiles as is ; , .
Mrs. Lincoln. Her hospitality is only equ-tl-1 n nnrnin" the Jud"e of the i 14. An act in relation to witnesses.
ed by her charity, and her gracef-il deport-. .. p , , , , , It is hereby enacted, &c
ment by her goodness ef heart. ' , ,oprt:....,i Pnr,i;:ilK- S.ni! li hnd hpKr.i ! Sec. 1.
(T? A citizen of Jamacia Plains. L. I., , of th- wonderful ihings I had accomj
went to answer a nng at the door, a'. tne re- ai a ixa.., a.. H uu u u.c. , . i. ' nenaltv imnoscd in section 49 of chanter S3 ' Xo. 20. An act in rekiioa to the record of . lols sbail be exemnt from attachmeot or levy
1 a nroiiiisin ounir man and all that. llifiii"""""1 0 u" LU"T" - . ! , . , , . r .
' -,. ,:v,,l..,! tnt .HwMPt nni l,Prnn:triiP(I in.of the general statutes. . marriage. .01 exm:on, anu ir irom imauon, anu
ne ottered a toast uuuty or not guuty r x - . - , ,, , T. . .1
.1 ,1 : .. i...;..f i.,.t in0.i c,.or.h , oermit any marrad wom ;n to testtiy to any .miihuiu,.,u,. i,
1 4 1 ..r r 1. 1 l 1
'requiredbylaw.andif any be found, lo im- have a lhe powers. and dhchtrge aU the Uhe town. to grant and convey to any person,
.mediatelynotify the lMers, by letter, of the dulies in rclalioa t0 aid scho)1 and be by deed duly execuled, any of lhe designated
l .. ... r t i 1
same, and it the listers shaU not correct . scbool house or school houses of sach dis-j
lots or sub-divisions of said burial ground,
same, i shall be lhe duty of the chaiitnan of . - . M ar, , . nrmlpTlt- , or grounds, to be used for the bunal place of
j said commilteeto report said listers to the C0.mUlces :n v.:on to the ,cbool , ! lhe dead, on which to erect tombs, cenotaphs
In all actions, where both Iihs- State s Attorney of the county in whirh said h j fc Jn . resuccliTe distncts." : aod other moumenl5' on such tenns and
ll)lisi.C(ijl)r.nd and wife are properlyjoined, either as j delinquent listers reside, and said Siate's At-, Approved. Oct. 27. 1863. ; cor.dmons as ihey shall by tbnr by-laws,
T " . ! olaintifls or defendants, both the husband ! torney shall commence prosecution for the j rules and regulations prescnbe ; and all such
quest of his wife, where he tbund not.nng
but a basket. On removing the cover a
a beautiful little child appeared, some five
months old. The lady screamed, one of the
lady's visitor3 took up lhe baby, and found a
It i.s hereby enacted, &.
such deeds shall be execuled ior and in the
aetiing frth the importance of the occasion
that had brought us together. After the
. , ...i - i 1 .1 .,i-nl r.oi-t.Tnnnips. T loaned the citv ten dol-
note pinned to 11s aress wuicu cnargeu iucu - j
gentleman with being its lather and implor- j lara."
td him to support it. A rich scene ensued j Qj" Out of 19S drafted men and substi
between the injured wife and indignant hus-' tutes from this State mustered into the 3d
nand, the latter denying all knowledge ot Vermont regiment, sixty-ciyM are already
i" . r . l .j r 17-1. ' i . 1 . i. .. f ij
i adnrssions or ronversations of h-r husband, p . Je- n or ne,ore Ultf ,asi a 01 reu name 01 ue luwu u UI1C Ui aaiu
whether made to herself or to third persons. V" 1 , An act 10 am;ml cnal,lt;r 01 te i urary in eacn year, every j.isiice, mtmster ol 1 ,ioners, appomiea by tne board for tnat pur-
Approvcd, Oct. 30, 1SG3.
i ge:eral statutes entitled of the grand lis'. tbtf gospel and clerk or kreper of records of pose.
It i hereby enacted, &c. he mreting wherein any marriage among the ' Se. 4.
The proceed of the sale of lots,
Xo. 1.1. An act in addition to chapter 94 ofi 5ec. 1. Section 2 of chapter 83 of the jFriends or Quakers shall have been solemn-i ir other 6ub-divisions in said burial ground,
the gneral statutes, relating to intoxicat- Keneral statutes, shall be so construed as to ' ized, shall return to the town clerk's office in or grounds, shall be paid into the town trea
ing drinks. nquire nll real and personal estate to be seij the town h-re such marriage shall have ury, to be kept separale lrom other funds of
It is hereby enacted, Are. in the list to lhe last owner of said estate, t been solemnized, a certifiel copy of said re- ? 3aid town, and subiect to lhe order of said
'.he little one, and asserting his innocence. ; reported lo the Adjutant General's office as 1 geC It shall not belawful for any towt. 0n the first day of April of each year. j c-.rd which he is required lo make by the j commissioners ; 'and such proceeds, and the
Tne triend imerfered, and at last the wife . ueserters. " or city agent, appointed in pursuance of. Sec. 2. Section 3S of said chapter, is here-' pra visions of chapter GO of the general stat- income thereof, shall be devoted to the ira-
was induced to forgive her husband, vcry j At recent meetings of the First Con- chapter 04 of the gcneril statutes, to pur- by amended so that the list of transfers ofjutes, and every such justice, minister or 1 provement and embehishment of such burial
ro-uishly adding that it was their mutual j (rre,,ationai Church and society in St. Albans, J ci,ase ai)y intoxicatirg liquors at the expense real estate, required to be prepared for the clerk. wno shall neglect or refuse to return ground, or grounds, and keeping the same m
i cali to Kev. G. B. or crt.dit of the town or city for which such listers of each town, shall commence with the : such copy or record of marriage, as above , order, under lhe direclion of such commis-
oti.pnng, which had just been taken from 1 wfls VQted t0 PXteiui a
ihe cradle for the purpose of p!a)ing the paulding, of Vergennes, to become their I agent js appointed ; but it shall be the duty aecond day of Apiil of each year.
provided for, for each neglect or refusal shall
I t- 1. 1 1 T II r ' I. . LZ 1 a 1 r a .1 11 I
Jastur. 0f the selectmen of such town, or the mayor fcjec. 3. Jiach town ciers snau prepare ior ue imeu uik auiu ui teu uouars, 10 oe recov-
r e ,u leotle'. rThe Executive Committee ol the Xem-: or amermen 01 sucn :uy, 10 lurmsn tutmnusew lucumm mu, " j....... . b.uJulul U1 ouv.
,,, , ,1 ,1, .;, ,,.,.' n nrace Societv hare ssreed lo hold the next aents al the expense ol tne ton or cuy, mongage aeeus recoraea m raa gmre irooi
Ilank D.rb. I.,e, Have de h W i ' Brfi lia..a Mt is aatb.med b- .he seeon'd day of April to the In. day
said section, to sell, and Bhall fix the price at of April, inclusive each year, and said list
liktly to deai-ive.
on the 10th and 17th of December next.
Sec 2. The town clerks of thc several
towns of this State, in addilion to the duties
Sec. 5. The said board of commissioners
are authorized to take and hold any grant,
. donation or bequest of property, upon trust
to apply to the same, or the income thereof,
for the improTement or embellishmeat of