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The Manchester Journal
HiiUI UM, it,. - ? M. I Ml J. IMnal Jwaartaal. i TlM.r, fart. tk.-1W wk - :jf:rfi I hu t fatofaUe rfrt from ;wl Gnu, mif ibe J. r, i rrV 4 l? if T pM anJrr lU imr-; 4 II i- Uij. j trn f lU ttmmUttt vt teTtWm on j tt,f""""' M Urrrrt!,irf,ld.Tcf i- l.e i A rgfM in U4 "hitiH and tr Yt Imtj atuittflr- ! aiW k ! rciwrn to La U 1 jwinmrt i iLq arM, fUn tKi U rrtsre frtitn Lm i ra aa f..-n-iarj of War, ajd Oui. lLtI( lo UW lta l'U., ( . McIcUam lo In cii cral io-tltiif, kid (4. r la Jake thitf rm.ard it lU aVld. , Tnraaoar. tkt. iik- Jf.a aiioo , fra CeriMh abo a tW btiiw bait j . la a eTr th:l the rcbrta l.rii1 , ibr raotre ! if Va'anir, aarc.e lino ioe wii i vriu,' rhre, for lime lb- aad taur otml Of iwn t7 tr .rH ba n Ha grl aJ-aglilrr and " ' ground bt re ga'med. Aa yt t rtuU ia i4 lUKra r -.a.,:- All Uc auiric about ibe cl.i.gf W Ute raUfiH and annj offioera ia prwbaU fd" n auiburilj, onlj ono f ; b tbeand lbinf t ia . large Ijfie, b alMibt lh jKMi.l.', give the a boy Wud cry, and make lh cf f II, " r Kuiia, Kth Nothing of ajMiciad iota-reat. We arc nnxioua to ar HMr fn-ra Coriulb. We arc aoauLal ajprtbnaiva that the re uU of tin fighting there from the . prorcnt ailence( ia not all that we may deirc SattBDir, 0'L 1 1 ih. Tlia morn ing we bare the atarlling intulligumre that ibe rebel eavalrjr hare crowed tbe rotomnc, and taken ClmmUra burg in l'enajlvaniau This Menw tilterlj ineicur able on ike art of our ft tea, and tf aecially the Governor of i PvnnairlvaiiM. Whv wora fill the Uvo withdrawn from thcae frontier lowna, while iba e nemy lay in auch lUIVU JUN m VIIU va aaa a vau it aeems, to croaa o?cr at any ino- meot, vake a daab upon aoine of tlieae border plocea, aocure barsea, auid plunder, and then force their way - . , t Iiai a again, ana g t reaay ior wuue new txpediijon- Gen. McClellan it it aaid woa the nlghl before in Tbila delphia, but went back the nex morn ing. It ia alngiilar, that just aa our bigh ofliecn arc congratulating one another on the repulse of the reltela from Maryland, and complimenting , Gov. Curt in for his promptness and efficiency in repelling invasion, that Lis own frontier should te actually invade and soma of hi principal frontier towns taken by the enemy. Mokbat, "CM. 13tb. The news this morning is intereating, but leaTea us !q doubt as lo the war in Ken tucky, the stale of tilings at Corinth, and the raid iulo Pennsylvania. Our army in Kentucky is tollowmg up the relnd forces and probably before tins another battle has been tougbt ths result of which is not yet known hare. Our Iroopa on tie Potomac are pretty well stirred up by the bold, reckleas dash of the rebel cavalry over iba river and up into the border of rennaylvaaia. It ia not Mated bow many were engaged in this per formance. The rebels are doing mis chief, taking proj-erty and injuring the public works lo aotne extent, but with our present information, we can Dot tell what ibey expected to accom plish, neither can we state very accu rately what they have done. It is said indeed that none of them will be permitted lo get back to Virginia. But ihU can be better told hereafter. Kabville is repn scnted as Wing en tirely surrouudvd by the rlet, who captured trains on their way to the1 rity or from ii, and trom all accounts its coaiiiion Api nrt to le critical Uttt we presume relief will be sent to U fiom some quarter, for il would be ft aad disaster lo bate that fine city go into the bands of rebels. ArrLts ro tiik Hostttals. Ily a Dote from the Secretary of the Sanitary CommiaMon, we K ara that dried apples in any quantity are want ed for the Ho'piuli, and all Relief Societies are invited to addreaa them aelvc to tbe work of cutting and dry ing without delay. All thens thing, and Hospital stores generally, can be sent Htm t prrjMtrt JpjJt for Jfotpi $al aw.- Take, pare, cut, and steam till soft. Spread on ptatef and dry in tbe sun, or on the stove, or in at. No danger if tbe beat is considerable. Apples thus prepared are moch better and tswre compact and portable than comaaoa dried frail. If roti pal in a little sugar jd ciauauMtu. U tie bet- ter. For pa aud ner! use they ! are txcelkut tbi il Editor know,' (jf be b tried it ,a AtttrtittfM Ili'Mld. Tli" annual tvv t.r.; i-f l Ui I It in'J ft! .!! if -f. Id. Mt, i T. ..,..! , ?H ml. T!, i- UnfaJ WM r. Crp! , . , tj . . .At,':c iL ti-' UrtCt(,( lU m. Orcr two iboas - - n, mg M-Igr ,( Jnr. tU tl?r tr.n.itg U frirndi nd jwn ljir fl? j.UeMiwi lo tl tniater, Md M if l hd no Biore id of Uing in the e, rrfii. it InUujU wwiJ rllj Not 5r mot.tU. jo a mn wtruom uiull ligUed and of uffi- trmy ,han of Uitm? tie hr of Af a. Butt,br ta nrarlr llrre tWan.l, j Knnjf nrr Va.4,ir.;um, in Virginia j ci-ot c.Uj mj oot be prot klrd, ric wr cfwn jwjr St a. I Lad Tf-finanrial eotiditn of the Hoard j A Mr.kinj: an ofliorf. (Jvn. Mfj UU wjr acceaa fiom Ut itreft, ami Lonarifnciou! deridrd that f path Ufatorallc. The income the ja4 tfsr It in txccw of the eiretidiloje. The rtcrifla ImluJ'in '"CTtien, anj Oiarij liiKK) fn-ra fcrt-J I rt of tU vfli. linlawfiil n4 irt amount lo tZtt'J,000, and the JJ'n of the rU of iU aerfke- ditwea ::2,CKC, a that -wbb theHit Ui, to-t waa no xcM fcf ; jar lgn !ih a debt of narl f 2B.000, il c!o l wilh a drlt of otil; . t1, aii0 1n- -i, ..; .r- tail luu tt nJ for miliinrr nut- Urful and tifgrli've a. rwot., it i aaiJ, w ...jj ly Rcv, l)r. Hnrr Smith or nufTalo, New York, in the Cay Hall, which was "crowded in ev ery corner. Tbe I-eflslnlairr. The legislative Aembly of ibe St.-Weof Wrmont comnietM-nl its An nual 8eion at Montpelier, on Thurs day, Ibe 9th fnat. Hon. Jtdni Gregti ry Smith, of St. Alhana, was elected Speaker on the first ballot. Edward A. Stewart, of Derby, was elected Clerk of the House, and Henry Clark, Esq., of l'oultney, Clerk of ibe Sen ate. The Governor's Message has been transmitted. It ia quite lengthy, and commences with an injunction to plncc our truat in the Almighty, who alone can safely guide in the present nation al storm. He then refers to the pat riotic spirit which has so nobly mani fested iuelf in tbe outpouring of men and means for the support of our Lo lovtd institution!!, nnd gives a touch ing tribute to the women of Vermont who have so cheerfully contributed of of their heart's beat affections in sup port of the glorious cause. After a detailed statement of financial matter?, he gives the number of soldiers raised for the different Vermont regiments, nnd after various statements respect' ing military affairs and Stato intuitu tions, closes by enjoining each and all to do their duty, firmly relying upon fna Almighty Id rc-cstablibh peace nnd unity in our now distracted eocrrj. It seems to be the general opinio that short sessions are productive of the greatest amount of good, and arc more satisfactory to the people. The following we clip from Wulton'$ Daily Journal : "We are pleased to 6ee the move ment for a short sesnion of the Legis Iature. Resolve that no bill or other new business be received after Oct. 20th ; muke all tho elections of offi cers by that dale ( and fix upon the 30th djr adjournment sine rfis. We have thought that possible It is worth trying. Of course there must be no time lost if that is to he ac coinplichcd. The revUion of the statutes is the only real obstacle we can see. If that bo treated as one bill, nnd be referred lo a largo com mittee to examine and report what ever amendments are necessary, the work can be Loth well and quickly done. In truth, the labor would full chiefly on the committee, which can have leave to sit at all times. We presume that if an intelligent com mittee should agree upon a report, the two Homes will find littlo difficul ty in concurrence. Poasibly it may be wise lo constitute such a commit tee to report at an adjourned session, or even lo the next Legislature." Xelaoaa uiid Davie. The New York Sptclaor, speaking of the tragical scene, which took place at the Gall House, in Louis ville, says : "The act of Gen. Davis, whatever may hare teen the immediate and stinging provocation of ene so skilled in the language ef abuse and insult as Gen. Nelson, is utterly unjustifia ble. It is in violation of the articles of war, as insubordination in not yielding implicit obedience to his su perior, and aa an atxault upon his su perior officer. It is also murder, as being the audJen shooticg down of an unprepared man. That Nelson had abuted him, that he was fierce, pro fane, violent in his language, for ever violating the articles of war in his intercourse with his officers and men, cannot be pleaded by Davis in justifi cation of Lis crime. If the army is to be an army, be must be puuinhed ' the deformity occasioned by the re-'a discourse in the church, on the les to tbe utmost limit of the law. If the mains of the old barn, and give an sons of the present war, to a much army is to be only an undisciplined ! entire new appearance to that locality, lsrger audience than is usoal on such mob, alternates ita blowa uw.n the enemy with sudden ar.d bloody ad-; jaatmenti f ita own grievances, then j let tbi eotragt be c cricked. Such ' crime unpar.i-l.ed wou'd be fruitful : aiaiiUr cam:, kk'A tL wkle tobe- i altered" l,t mT be ten It a- 1.ut'i. ,., Dh ,!.Kt lb! of'rd. Ui at rrvwrnt. dor. 4 ex!, i Ijen. Nik oi, wbuh yn,kt4 ibe niuri. r, riMirl le y the tutiru r i:t't ( Can be order and !w(Jnwi W the army with h men NrUm j mi,4 If ordrf d il- .V1"' u tN grm. the imml thin m tr-; mj, d-. tHrfai men Nrl do- j j t'kllan in apjeotug lt aemenco i j jlh court inartial thai irud lle tnu,j apt c4 Utf aiwane roiHjwct on im the act of the Soldier, who OiUM, on no occasion, return blow for blow. Now this may be pood haw in litre ry, Uit not always saikfactory te ibe injured party. There are some rases of personal injury, for which I resort to the tribunal affords email ground for compensation. There are caws of personal injury iir which not only men, but women have found only in tuit a!ded to injury, by an appal lo the civil court. And so frequent is the failure of tho courts to avenge the innocent, that, in some coats, they have taken the law into their own hand, and become their own avenger. And what is more, they have been justified in it by the community, be cause, as they said, the courts would not protect them. , And let us inquire what punish ment would Nelson have received from tho military authority, if he had not been shot by Davis? Would he have been cashiered and dismissed from the service ? We have not heard of a singlo case, whore such conduct, on the part of officers, has been punished in nny such degree, as it deserved. Neither do we believe it would have been in this case. For this was not the Jirtt offence of the kind. Comptuinta have been pub lished in the papers before, of his brutal conduct to his men com plaints of having struck them with liis sword, inflicting dungerous, if not fatal wounds, and cxnsperuling them to such a degree, that it was said one of tbe injured men caused the wound he received in a recent battle. Now where on oflicer is permitted to hold rank and commission, and thus treat men, who are, many of them, altogether his superiors in all iLat pertains to character, conduct, and position in society, simply bo cause they have condescended to leave their home, ond take up arms at the call of their country, and these brutal officers have them temporarily in their power those who retaliute may deserve punishment perhaps, but those whose base conduct provokes the retaliation, deserve an equal con demnation. If then, Davis must die, for the sake of oraVr and discipline in the army, it will bo a confohuion in one view, that he has left one the less of the clas of brutal and profane offi cers to provoke ditorder by their own vi'c and infamous example. Indinnians in Washington agree that if Gen. Davis is dismissed from the army he w ill be sent to Congress from Indiana, ns the people of thai Stato are almost unanimous in re garding the conduct of Gen. Nelson to the Indiana troops as ferociously brutal. Indeed they declare that the ball which Gen. Nelson reeeivod in his thigh at the bottle of Richmond came from the muaket of an Indiana volunteer. The general feeling of hostility on the part of the Indiana troops doubtless stimulated Gen. Da vis when ho sought to revenge the insulting treatment of Gen. Nelson. HOME MATTERS. Yillaak Improvements. Man chester is not yet quite done. Im provements are still going on. The ahon that stood next south of lite Court House l.aa been removed, an will find it plica on a new founda tion east of Mr. Walker's tin shop, and near the livery stalle. Mr. Burlingame is temporarily residing with Mr. Walker, but he will be es tablished in bis new position in a few days. The new road, running f at from the village called by somo "Union street," is now fairly opened. Mr. Orvie has begun upon a foun dation for a new building on tbe cor- ner opposite to the Court Heue, and j in line w'rth tbe Water Cure boiUlinga, ; which, when completed, will cover up! Re-ides these, the Measrs. Perkins are patting op a Inilding for a par-! sonage cn the corner of Main rtet I and Seminary Aeenae, which, wtsen ' evtcpltted, will make anotber favora-j We ivll lion in that quarter. iiu t Kitiia Roc. Tl.t ir.!iB wbub if much ami-1 One ra,n for it aWce ia the fd that no rwrnk-M rotn ran be fnd , Iw it which i in Killed for tlwr jpwpwae. A t?cr if w loikUn rs'M . toldii-r, , ikongh H-ti thnre P N h re.wiwJtwr. f lk eUMt, would n4 U well to gi liitk ba owaiued lor thia purpuae, Mould it not be well to l.ae a metting u( m jii ei an auo may ieci an intercut in the matter, and discuss the ubject, and if thought advisable, ap point a committee to eiiimia". and re port npoa the matter in due lime. Love to Show Tat. When man has something peculiarly nice, the product of bis field or farm, there ia a certain desiie to show it to oth ers, and a certain pleasure in ao do ing. 'J hi Fall we have hud no pub lie exhibition of fruits, flowers, or pen. end products of the field. Still there Is no doubt that many fine production) could huve been prcoentrf for publit exhibition bud an -opportunity afford ed. In the nbsenre of this, a more private method hnt been in wwne eases adopted. And we have to acknowl edge, as our first experience in our editorial capacity, tho receipt of a lib eral sample from Dr. Edwn, of w hat ia called by some, the Wine Apple, and by ethers the French Pippin. These are magnificent apples ,tjoth as lo size itnd color, nnd from their flavor we should judge would be first rate for family use. Kvery man that hna a garden bhould have a tree of them. ' We also found on our return, the other day, a pair of very young sol diers on exhibition in the parlor, from Fast Dorset. No public notice, we presume, was expected of this little pleasant affair, but we must congratu late our friends on this handsome con tribution to the national defences. Com Ivan T C. We have received a letter from the " Orderly," in which he stntes that Capt. Munsou'e Compa ny, which left this place on Monday, the Glh inst., arrived at 15 rati lib.no about b o'clock P. M. of the same day, together with the other Compa nies composing the Uih Regiment. The Manchester Cornet Rand accom panied them, and enlivened the pas sago with patriotic nnd sout-stirring nir. Tlicy were ordered to luke the toft title of Cf bvard for a bed the fret night, but not at nil fulling iu with thin practieul view of camp lifu, they u fell in," nnd visiting a neighboring barn, procured each straw enough for a comfortable bed. The boys are said to be enjoying themselves finely. Their Company letter is C, and they arc consequently the color Company of the Regiment. Stratkgt Capture of the Man chrtter Cornet Band. The band which left our village on Mondajf last, nccoinpaning Cpt. Munson's volunteers to Rutland, were nil taken prisoners at that place, confined in the cars nnd tiikcn to headquarters at I'ratileboro. , The next day, they were mustered ia, and look their first late of camp life, and regular ser vice, in n long march, escort duty, with the 12th and 13th regiments, the former of which was leaving for the seat of war. After this, they were paroled, and permitted to return, much better satisfied w ith their quar ters here, than the paroled 9th are at Camp Douglas, Chicago. REt-tOiors. The Bennington As sociation held (heir s ini-annuul ses sion at Paw let on the last day of September. There were in all ten ministers present, viz : Rcr. Mr. Wickham, Andereon, Ilrcwn, Clark, Pratt, Cushman, niombers of associ ation, and Rev. Mr. Hall of North- ror". Ma8-. R- Mr- Beach of Rhode Island, Rev. Mr. Gardner of West Granville, Mass., and Rev. Mr. Hyde, minuter of the place, at who.-e house the association met by invita tion. The session w as one of more than ordinary interest. Subjects discussed, "The relation of the present war lo ejnancipntien,' Rev. Mr. Brown. "Review of Mul kr's Life ef Trust, Rev. Mr. Pratt. Is war justifiable?" by Uv. Mr. Anderson. A ecrmon waa also read by Rev. Mr. Clark of Rupert, In ibe evening Rev Mr. Hall gave occasions. After Ike evening service the buinese was concluded and the association a Ijeumed to meet at Ren nington ea the last Tuesday of May, 1803, at the Lotta vf tLe Rv. Mr. J'-hlvp. W ifclerwating kller ft) 1. i Sr.. 55. k tracer Ut term !. Burr and Burton Frmioary. j It ia dicd f-.i.:,l in (4 a 1 m.kmtoLw1i .rue month, ngo ! mhI pnod bj t old j Ptjrf an,j ijof10n prmiwiry, nd th jifaj , TllH,T .f Ue ltlookilL of duty was eUewhere but when I beard once and ayai the call ff "Father Abraham" for f three un dm! thfiUj-and more, all acmplea of conscience were removed. How sod dvnly, you may judge from the fad that on Wednesday, August fth, I was silting happily under "the olive branch," a guntle "dove" beside me, and iu a week I was marching to the beat of tha drum, and the din of camp mjrc than a hundred raiks dis tant. ,, , 4 , . .... ,.. Three weeks elapsed, and on board the steamship . Merrimae my regi ment the 3Ctb Massachusetts and the 20th. Maine were packed in the hold and on dink more, like two thousand slaves than anything else I ever beard or thought af. Our voyage of five days to Washington was delightful at far aa the Weather wui concerned, but such an uncoruforublq jam of spew ing, half-starved mortals I never was in ; before and pray ; never to " see again. - ' - ' The soldier's life is a hard one, as a few weeks experience in marching over dusty or muddy roads, of sleep ing One night in ft dirty stubble field, and the next among cobble stones, with the rain pouring above, and run ning in streams under us and of eat ing half rations of hard bread and still meat, with poor coffee, has fully convinced us. Awny in your quiet northern hemes, after all you read and hear, you can bare little idea of the privations and hardships the Sol diers have to bear. Yet I do not write with any feeling of regret that' I am here. JVo I came expecting that. "Through conflicts nnd trials our crowns we must win. Many poor fellows though, who came rather from hatty impulse than from any deep-sented principle, wUh ihcinfclvcs back. Our men however have comforts and luxuries both in food nnd dress compared with the rebels. As I have been stopiiinjj in this ciiy for two weeks pnkt, I have' had much opportunity for learning the true slafe of things. Only three I or four weeks since, Jackon with his troops entered Frederick, producing much consternation among the c'ui nens, many of whom fled into tho nd' joining country, carryinc what of their effects they . could . take in a bundle on their backs or in little wag ons. . From eight o'clock Friday eveuing till ten on Saturday, .when the enemy took possession, the streets were filled with these refugees. The confederate army was ushered in by no shouts and other demonstrations of joy, such as one week afterward greeted our own soldiers, and the pro fessed "rebel sympathizers" closed their doors and shutters, offering no food or , comfort to tho famishing, half-naked wretches they were ashamed to own as their "army of do liveiance." Many of the Union peo ple on the Other hand, out of pity, not of sympathy, opened their doors and brought out bread, soup, pies and oth er niceties for their starving enemies, some of whom could but invoke blessings on the "Unionists." Still more recent facts in regard to the treatment of the Union and rebel wounded w ho are together in some of the hospitals here, concur with a mul titude of other things which have transpired during the war, to show which side is most actuated by the spirit of the gospel, which commands tis to "bless t!)0c that curse us, and do good to them that icpileluiiy" use us." It is generully, if not univer sally true that while Union ladies have carried to the hospitals delica cies and comforts which they have giveu to Union and rebel sufferers alike, the "secession" women have gone out with baskets unemptied, rather than proffer the beat thing to a "Yankee" aa they contemptuously call every northern soldier. Indeed, the matter has gone so far, direct inaaU be ing offered to oar soldiers in the hvspi tals, that yesterday orders were is sued by our military commander here, that no "rebel sympathizers" sboold be admitted to the hospital. Speaking of lospitabi, tle city ia full f them. Every church but one, tv-! ry acl.txd hooae, and any of the ho- tela are taken for this purpose, and beile, tenu fer some two thouand j men Luve bteo erected just out of he'ihori:y of th ;iiy. The battle field of Middltowo ! ter General. tiiiim b ifiil many ef ber wounded 'here. Though my regiaent was m in the et..n, w were twtr enough on ll.at terrible day, to W much io- t a a - pnir4 on our weary marcn tj me erU6.1 !womir .'M.T'J Ibal day we narttie4 wttn uJU guns, and did ixt encamp till alter dark, when we lay down ia a atony field aa noim-lewdy aa possible, J-i aorae lurking enemy should note eur presence. The city kaa been in con aidcrable excitement for several daya pat under an apprehension of a rc- ond vim! Tn-m Sonew!l JacVsoo who: haa threatened to barn it to the ground on account ' of It pre vlooe com reception., ansae icars weio an ihmis aiihn government etcmsce founded on tbe Wlfae ramer hia j torJa (beta prompts i them te eani havinrcrw4 U Potomac again and gralion I great mui f the ejicett were all allayed by ihe tiewe of yea- kare rriputttd me te aVwef fAawa rA terdsy that Marlin-d.urg is taken and their etJdiert te Amnlat, iV Wrr f the enemy are retreating toward fahtUrlhe ' AfW minuto Winchester. , ' ' Thc opinio here is that the) enemy cannot hold out murh longer, for ft is a fact that thejr are reduced lo great extremity for the want of food, not withstanding all that may be aaid to the contrary by some "wmthern syra. pathixcrs. The 'rebels when here had iio rcgulur uniform and appeared like a ragged, filthy set of beggars. From one Union grocery in liie city, they took $7,000 worth of provisions, and the country, around wit plun dered, lu some cases, however, the worthless confederate notes were of fered iu jiayment for what was taken. Many fine horaus were taken, old worn-out skeletons being left as sub slitutes. Not wilhslan ling nil their plunder, there were some of the poor wretches who died of actual starva tion, and were left dead iu the fields and barns around. The Union tieople here arc Union through and through, even to thu ba bies in their mother's arms. I have seen one littlo child only eighteen months old, which could by no means be induced lo look at tho rebrN, hut when tho federals first marched in she shook both hands in delight towxrd them. Of course the scene called out from the ranks ''three cheers for the Union baby." Among other in (creating incidents showing the fear less patriotism existing among the la dies, I have the following directly: During the ocupntion of the ciiy by the confederates, a joung lady went to one of the hospitals to carry some thing to the Union prisoners. At its entrance the rebel guard aked what her sympathies were, wh n sho coolly unfastened her shnwl and di- lon-d a Union flag, pinned upon her br asi, saying, "these are my sentiments." This is more to be ndiuiied from the fact that ccry Union flag they could lay hnndo on had been destroyed, and houses bad Icon searched, and the flags found were torn in pit c- s and (rumpled in the dust leneuih the liorses feet. The guard one of the real southern "chivalry," run ly met with passed her in with a true ap preciation of her bravery. , Another, incident may how how truly some of tho confederates csti mate tho value 'of their government notes. A soldier? entered a privHte housq nnd wanted some "grense to eat on his cabbage." Tho lady hud noih ing but lnrd, and for a tnblo spoonful of it he offered her at $20 note, re marking that he had ill his, pocket $.300. I heard IhU from the lady's own lips, and can vouch for its truth. Yours truly, M. Porter SMr.i.i.. According to special order, No. 75, the several companies of the Four teenth Regiment of tho Volunteer Militia of Vermont, are designated as follows: Co. A, Bennington Co., Capt. Ran som G. Gore. Co. B, Wahingford Co., Capt John C. Thompson. Co. C, Manchester Co., Capt. Jo siah B, Manson. Co. D, Shoreham Co., Capt. Chas. E. AbelL Co. E, Middlebury Co, Capt Ed win Rich. Co. FjCasileton Co, Caot. Joseph Jennings. Co. G, Bristol Co, Capt. Noble F. Dunshee. Co. 1 1, Rutland Co, Capt Walter Q. Dunton, Co. I. Vergennes Co, Capt. Solo mon T. Allen. Co. K, Danby Co, Capt. AJonao N. Col via. t While the Poet OflVe Department cannot authorize the use of soiled, defaced or lorn postage etanrpe upon letters to be aent by mail, h doe no follow that such are not to be alti- mately redeemed if they have not previously for pitue. On the con- frary, measures will be taken for iheir redemption as soon as i practicable, This statement is made on tLeou-jsene. e 3d AaaisUnt Po.tiaa-! t The Kairmi-nt that trtUUl will re-. .tarn t America m4 eU eivj.r tW .bjmnr f frrAk.ro, U Ulo4 l;M announcement tol me k.ttowere are rt ady lo take tie step. Mr. U. A. Wiuhau baa rerritrd ibe fikw. ing from ooe of OaribalJj't et4nr! I Mi!an, Iuly, SpC Pt. I deaire joy 1 ' feeal th. follow ing propntal wb jwl'enc, and, if yta think Me eteentiun pMai bb-, lo favor me with an anawer t After the execrable betrayal if which the great Garibaldi waa cap- tufei at Aprtmonte, all bis young heroic followers are stopped ! their career, and ibe inercdil.le paawwev and detailed ineuiries. I am now eon- hired that I can collect from four to six thouaiind men, commanded by two hundred good officers, and all of then veterans, who bare experienced eel vice In the Campaign of 1848-1849 and l?59.lSC0.k-" Can and will the Bute of Near York engage them f ' Will yon In quire about this of Hie Ksetllency Governor K. D. Morgan ? They could all arrive rca-!y equlp iied in New Yotk 1 ' - i - Pleaae accept this, any proposition, aa a testimony of the leva 1 bear tbe great Union Republic of America, and will consider myself fortunate iC my proffered services are accepted? from this standpoint. In the hope to be boor favored by an answer, 1 have the honor to aub scribe, with the moat profund respect, A It , Colonel. Aristocratic Kurope la ridiculinf our cause, and making sport of our necessities. The exchange broker of Loudon, the cotton lords of Man chester, the lords and dukes who cir culate about Westminator, the ultra imperialists of France all who rep reaenl ell He tyrannies and elalioiiary conservatism denounce and condemn its without measure. But in F.urepe, as here, the hearts of liln-ruliats are all with the Union. The newspapers which, like the Daily Newt, the Opinione Rationale and (he Dublin Voyrcaa, represent democratic ideaa, are just lo our Cause and expreae hoj.ea of ita triumphs whil the pa triot of l he Continent, whosu naiuee are synonymoua with sruggVa for tho righta of man, aunnuncu themselves ready to urinheath their swords agii in a cause so sacred as jhat our ar mies represent. We hope there is no red tape difficulty in the way of accepting ihe proffered service of I these veterans of European battle field. 7roy Timti, a RitMsmo tiik Daarr in Ohio. The Indianapolis correpondent of tho Cincinnati Commercial says the "cop perheads' of. -Hartford, Blackford County, collected on Monday and forcibly resisted the draft. 5 They de stroyed thu ballot box and enrolling papers, and either forced or ecared the., commissioners .and Provost Marshal into resigning. 1 luy claim ed to have 200 armed men, and said they were determined le reai-t, the draft at nil hiinrds, They denounce the government aud those attcmirfing to auatain it. A battalion of the 63d Indiana were ordered to Hartford, to enforee the draft and arrest the ring leaders in this disgraceful proceeding. 5 pRArriKO. Vermont baa filled! every requiaiikni for troopa, and we believe there is not a drafted man In her sixteen regiments. A few in stances of drufiing occurred, but we! learn that not one drafted man was! accepted. Volunteer enough. Prob-j ably Vermont stands alone in that re spect. Walton't Journed. ' The Morrill Tariff is a decided eue- cess, it promises to raise me reve nue for which it was designed one hundred millions per annum. Thai is nearly equal to the amount mi! by the British tariff. Well dot fssrf war time. EcoCrr , LioHT-We referl our readers to tne vheniicroeiii irl another place, respecting Martint'ef Patent Ktrosejie Burner, Tl ad vtrtisomtnt do not fcptak teo -vfVl of the IVurner, which we have tried and found lo be all that ia represent d. Io these time of war and higl taxes, ft becomes necessary to eeocto Quito in til thing S and ihe item o lights being no small one hr the eour- of a year, any invention ttmat verlf r4 due tUr expense onedialf, ia well wer thy (hn attention A (be pub tie. Tb Burners are told for the ml euro o twenty-five eenia, and wiU unit paJ for themselves io the aaving of Kero Inside avoiding ihe frequen breaking of g"usa tube, and ike ttL i btrtotxitnets of tho same.