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MANcjrrTr.R vt. "i ''.: m , .i .1, ... . . r, the lt tteat f lite tmiirsft. To tie !' m , -f lrr; Jr., I J,;iv,'r, f ! i- s a) j i 1 ! .1 a J rn' ma'..n of a:i'wT. ' fif-sn of whi.ii lit rieat I!t cf if- S '(! ,Uf.eat -Sjeflt. Srrn ! cwiU, on fr(tn v4.4liC4i, ! inu iu .!-.n f.f it, if iw -f in a- A l.f1 t ftr. Mr. Fo-.. itro!c"l -riiiM ti rriaH.n .al!,Pr.i1H.?f.,lI.fl !J,o l.;Ma'b Hfl lay U-l-l I rout t!.w!t it iiwin tltal c.h.m-i tW'annl art !rl nil.t. ! aratter .fKl.!li- n I ai hem ffal I y m hi- Urt .f itat U4t. "I U rrSuiM.n .i t! doujrbiy 1"-i1 r-rt.tw,! ta m-l ' 11 ihi it!".4i' u "! uij'l 4 ihe ''iiii!.t-( i!r et d ui j r it ij 'f-4 liuijx-r, a ho xm cttthrtmd U the luini of ronftitotionai litrt in Wfiinjtn t'iy," ty declaring ''lhal thrrt La twttr bcru a ?ay nor an hor a hen the f yv of tho Cotffi rale Slai" aftc ntorti inf!cih!y re n4v?4 than thr-y aro at the prftent lirtir, tirrt-r t rt huMi the iru p' in alihh thty arv tiin (!, Ac, on to the c4 of tlie !( (hit It mng. - A Lricf l.i:tition followed lliR iiilr duciion c( this resolution, after which it waa lahlcd I hi. l''t inuni.i r in whit h to ifuiicitie the auprerne con tempt frit hy that holy ftr tlie pro clamation and it author. Ji i tpiite evident that the ini tn-ht-r tf the r l tl ("ongrt ii find the houthtrn olTiiiit!i j;eticnilly, are in- wardly liouhh d hy this ht.-t stroke t.f rrriident I.iiuoln, and are end.-avor-ing to conceal !n-ir unpleasant feel ing, ty an mil ward how of inetTahle c M.tempt. It it tptiie natural (hut ll.ee Southern gentlemen of proini-i.-nr" ahnuld gn-allj dislike this re- 0. -ganiKin fchrme of the President. Hy a fipecirtl provisit.n of the amnesty proclamation, thry are forever shut it (rout iti niercien, and no rogue L is ever yet, even in imagination, "felt the halter draw With gi4 opinion of the law." 1 hey nre oware Ihnt they have n ft twl protpect of heing hung under this piorhimutii'ii, and that if they escape it will only be ,hy accepting the t relched alternative of exile, Willi i;.i before their minds, the proclama tion witl not, of course, be a favorite document wiili them. They will not he very opt to eulogize it from their p'acci, or print ten thousand eopie 1. r circulation. When they rend the Htnnety proclamation, containing a (,'ood deal of mercy and some justice, they find themselves peculiarly inter- i Med in (he justice part of the plan. ! fore the sporting public ; one disap While it opens the door of the warm ! pearing in a blaze of glory and whii l- pnlernal mansion to humbler peni tents, it leaves them hcpele.Iy out in the cold. Their nnmcs being in the saiing clause, they are naturally dis puted with the whole thiug. Of the men who tabled that resolu tion as a token of contempt, not one ocr bad anything to hope from it. It turn them over to the punishment t the law for the high crime of trea i in. It marks them out as a sacrifice lo the justice of the law, and the fu ture safety of the nation, in order that others may experience the mercy of the one, and enjoy the continued bles- fings of the other. It certainly was I i.ot an exhibition of peculiar forti tude ami devotion in them to hasten to refuse the proffer of an amnesty, looked forward to with anxious expec the provifinnK of which were not for tatiun, and when it comes, business is them. It was a fine opjiortunity fori almost suspended, and those who can them to idiot their deathless devotion jmit visit the scene, wait for the news lo the Southern came without any cot. Their heroic determination was very much like the grace with which people, the world over, make a virtue of necessity. In the peculiar constitution of Southern government and society, the members of the rebel Congress avre not in any way ii.timately connec ted wi'.li their constituent. Their re sponsibility to them is so remote and uncertain that their legislative meas ures are adopted wiih little or no ref-. crence to their wishes or views. The j amnesty (.rot-tarnation ' President j Lincoln, wiih master (Hilicy, separates even more widely the interest of the ; governors and tl.e governed. It holds i out lo the inclination of one a fair way to escape from evils which they acknowledge press them sorely. It leave the other !o the clutches of the law, and guarantees lo him the "con- stitutioanright of a traitor the liuhtj to be Lung till Le is de,d. V uder- standing thus the relative position of j iue 10 classes we can gain some . or than: able purpose. j their threat ; still we have no desire faint idea of the obliging kii dms and EusLlJ may boast tif Ler superior j to gain ta.ther such addition lo our fficiousncs with which the rebel ciiil.xation, but we know th.it no such j literature at the expVne of the Par Congress! come forward to rrj'-ct, in Spectacle as that which occurred there! son's life. Now that Lotcstreet ha tschalf ff the? Suuthf-rn inintr ti e um. nestyofthePresid,,,. The eleven ' 1 1 - - indliii of "enlighuieel frei-men" ; a, iu.. .... ...... i i- l.-.,.' . i pwpeiu ui .peas, win x,.n lake k up, amend it to suit thriusclves by altering ail afier the word -that," - ...c r u om r ii.e oe aas oi tae rebel Cwgre. - Tl rU!4W. rv , a WM.':!1iMl Crw4.r-K t..f T l J Va.v.l -iJi-.i-.c. (,yrU! are mat' it the ,,.$ ravier an- ' ruj;Ui iaa! each W. "te - ij-.j- ar-..-u 4 ihrw ; !-ii-l are U..ii.,(,unf,! f,m,,t.we to l.u- ' f'tfM( artv.ie 'Bit manilv. pin u re Kj joufHt ihe ma-rli. g .." IVrU; tha New York Bierchant price on t!, 'a -. l v ' . ... :a L-s ,r , .rj , 1 U ,-.,Je a ! .km I (Ji.j l-y t.f rtfirae in f. - - d.!i.g ith N-rn lh ..! f lU i . at Wa.l.i.,n. II. j ill ' .ttai-i Mmiiua tl.aa to carry for (hisr i. t . Autli r rrMn for thi dnite : a?ii.t ti. mr,,-!y on il.e rait of ' tlie rt !rl ('01 jrirm ran l. fuun4 in ) (lie ftt t th; it U aht a ly tually in-, ! juring thtm. In Nwih Carolina quite j a nutulxr of oSlii-t-ra an4 m n haxej i come inio our Unci jin.l claininl .ar4on j on the ctmuitiont of the jhk Jamaiioo The .ri.oi.cn ut t h.tiun.Ka are well taliafieJ with il, and w.i.y H.uncihr.rd. t,rm;ntion to !' received, and one LuiHired have al r.nly acc( pled it and gone to WnAi ton 10 ciilUl-in the ny. Kdvtiu II Kwing, one of the liit and uhlest of the mct-'Mon leader in Tennessee L;t de htred his reu lin. to aerept the Cun.l.tion.id thea,une-ty. In A.k.ns,. .1.1 11 1 i.i tereral thouMuid hite liaslened to acc. pt it and enroll their name in thelhe )ul)!icalioll of thc w,,ig 8t Knot v "-'v tlUlu. bed the acute aenae of justice that animates the breast of a -Noi th- ern man with Southern principals." have no serious objections to taking the oaih to supjMjrt the Emancipation Proclamation of l'reaident Lincoln. And thus it will goon. Finally from this first oiler they will go to the "fur thei" tleelaiation of the President, and under its benign approval, commence me net- the reorganization of State governments. JSy that day the mem bers of the rebel Congress who now signify their contempt for the "imbe cile usurper," will scud to Europe like tats from a nuking ship, or form severally the central figure of a more solemn scene. Ilnglisli Civiliziitioi!. A few weeks ago, two finely del el oped animals came together in a re tired valley in England, to see which could deal each other the hardest blows, and stand the most pounding. They fought till they were beaten to jelly before an admiring audience of Englishmen, and the retired from be- w ind of applause ; the other quietly going out under the frown of anverse fortune. The names of these two brutes w ho pounded each other for 3' minutes, in the valley of Wadhurst, are more widely known in this coun try than are the names of the greatest English statesmen and commanders, and are more familiar in the house holds of England than are the name of Grant and Seward. The h ading newspapers of both countries fill as many columns with the disgusting de tails as they did in describing the bat tles of Chiinecllomillo or Gettys- burg. Win never a prize fight is to come otf, all England is astir. The day is witli as much anxiety as they would alter a battle on which the fate of the nation depended. Ou that day 11!! are equal. Nobles, proud of their titles, conscious of their dignity, supercilious to their inferiors on all other occa sions oa this day lav ftide their rank and elbow their way wiih gr.rnblers, thieves, windier w.d pugilists, to get ; a sight of the grand spectacle. Clergy- men of the Church of England come 1 out to see an illustration of the noble science of s.-lf-defence. Members of j Parliament posiponc the com mil tee business, and leave the speakers talk-1 ing, lo cmj ty benches, and run down ; in the country for a day's rcci cation. Members of Her Majesty's household j and Civil Government gather around . , . ibs ring, slake twenty to file upon tneir tavonie, ami give him encour-jof aging words under his hard blows. None of those who thus mingle so ' freely with sorting gentlemen would associate with persons of a lower grade in society, for any bevevolent ,! h fi-w da ainrp. r.n,l,l h-jr ru n in fbit ' n f.- ilMVi ..it ,1.1 t;.ar.r..r ... tint , cun.ry. The authorities would not j ... - .. ........ , penult it; and even if it occurred in . t .1 ... . ii i. . - - - i would We ll.ere lo w.tness it. I ma - gine our member of Congress taking an extra train ta iun out to w itness a pne tgt.t. Conceive, if you can, ; wfevf ral toetiibetti of Mr. Lincoln' ! jm u N Ytlk r. '.? I if 10 . lf,o ,1., t,,lj , aM J- I. IK ad- : h y, tr Dunit liui nl:tif a 0- ! ara'.iion for ll.e n.r p'n.e uw n.- : A4 JH .11 tl.U rf i Vml tn lln wmum t f a iir lilit. ; U c have ofu-ri itiJ.n-l (. J.i S- ; lr,! ettull Ut? nr , mi !. w .lli J lUe South ; but that w.kr U now ; antnewliitt taken away. A oj,lc .j ho can kni tiL'ireouiitt-nai.ce lo the lnjirorsoi the yv't rii j. can well up- liolJ i!ioe ahu tlfal in nhij'j'ing j-c-is and iimirutnenu of to riuir. ' m- ( htuitfc of Hui. j The mot atriking iliusiralion of ihii principle tr mll.Ury irienrc tUl I.m i teen pftn to the .c.r,.Ie ince the undoubtedly the lecent moement if l'arson lirownlow from Kuoxville to Cinetunati. The l'aiiHci, idlhoiigft a new beginner, has di-tanced all leaser comnetitor. and MuClelhtti himelf , mA , f( u , , r f U(J , , . u.fu , 1 ' the fact I hat ho wa to rccutiimcui e j vine on Hie anniversary ot lue day on u WM ,up,,rwBI!, by ,he Gl)lI. j forn lt:.)umd l ebels. The Gist j n,pcure(, on ,,e day ..j.oi tlU t!, in w hich the Parson dealt some of his best blows at the rebellion. The day a" ler the is ue there were ominous icpo. s flying about the streets of tehel caval ry in menacing altitudes, reports by no means serious just sufficient to rouse thc he of the fighting Purr on as the war horse is roused by the dbt.u.t sound of battle. The next d;iy these reports assumed the serious aspect of Longstrcet marching on Kuoxviile; but still the Parson Kept al his labors. The third day Long.-dreet mived in force on llurnside and the latter com menced his retreat on KnoxvilL On the receipt of this news i.sions of pi i.--ons, and pe mips of a scdlidd sur mounted by his own interesting fea tures appeared before the occupant of the inner sanctum. O.i the day uc ecediirg Huinvidt: evacuated Lenoir and the advanced guard oi the enemy drove in the outpo-ts of Kuoxville. Then the Parson threw down hi pen as the demoralized sol her does his musKet, and bioKe and fled in wild confusion. When l'urn.-ide retreated within the city on one side, lirownlow retreated from it on the other ; and by the time Longstrcet had invested the city, the Parson was s d'eiy housed in Cincinnati. Here he was called upon to address a war meeting for the purpose of drumming up volunteers, and refered to his late brilliant move ment in the following words: "In this matter I am in a somewhat nwKward position, hating recently taken to my heels Hkc a greyhound, and made three hundred miles in a short time. In the last tvwi years, at. you ell Know, I have done some brave talKing, which the rebels rem -mher. Were I not sure that I should not he treated as our soldiers tuKtn by llum are incarcerated in their Imi-y pris ons their Lihlns and Castle. Thund ers I should have staid ; for I could endure the lice. I did mi iun out of cowardice, but I well i.new that if they took me I would have to puil hemp without a foot-hold. So I ran." On thc whole, notwithstanding the Parson's skedaddle was .-omeuhat laughable, we think his rea-on was a sufficient one. lieing generally nip- i posed to he a rather reckless and ho;-i headed gentleman, it was perhaps wel l. . . . . nunureu u.ou r , . ' ... sand, of which ihere is mi insurance cf about for him to show the country that he is not unmindful of the fact thatdiscre tioa is a constituent part of valor. Ilav iug acted upon this knowledge he is now enabled to say with Iablalf: "The part of valor is descreticn ; in the whh h better part, I have saved my lifV We cannot blame anyone very severely for not de:riii" to be hunr ; though if it should ev er come to so se- i rious a termination, w e think the Par- son could make as much notoriety out t -v it as any one. We believe he once U role a blood aud thunder speech lo i deliever on the scaffold before beiti" 1 won off; and afterwards shIarfce : that the world had lost a rich treat by the failure of fhe rebels to execute .1 . I tl . icnrru in u me city ana I arson j P.rownlow can returr, ,o Li. office. w trust irwill be a long while before heqiti.f bimself in the saats a-lmirabi ....... a avaain uisiurueu vj me sujseMuei ; (ones of thc rebel cannon. And should i ! ij ever B 'ain come to ihe worst we ' UincereW hone the Parson', safetv mar ' I. ... " be consistent with a more dignified re- treat. lM-al 1 1 1 1 '11 jr l - A Cm. .!'. .'i.T,-i3 T&a tr. ' M t i,vn..,h ... j ' ' j teadet- wr lf:t J .fateful al,. W ' tdfetutsats t -- a.'l, Jvaef aal aM, -ftr k;4 fr.J. ih New Vtar'a i- it fii v.ftl u J Jka f r that ti.-ii r- j ,.!,., b.,lh M a.r ; :' tli !J f il.r r. Tl I ?t( b, J ,w r'-wiJJ U ' :.ti.t.i .if' : - aa fu.. . Ms,Jr 1 ar ,;' l li!!'rr rrwsr i 6" Hjr , w tfi,,,f ;f.Mi.r 6,:rif g,,,, in (Kr I t 1,1.1 m., . . f 1.',. r.. . 1 1, .,, ..t i Sr. i tl C.l of II . dr.r5n, al i "'l"e " iv c,aui" our g'-iiu ie tv a lrta,,r d"tS t0 ,u ,!'"'- ""iTl n4 i. i tli. .rial t K.ii in I . f..u-t - t a-" "' ' R. S. ( c-HMAX, f. t rsMKAS. BUnchZVuflTiiki. I N. B We uu!4 alo ir.rf our rupee- UI tbai.k tUt each aa l r-j ,tll,ir of the Uu.it,, from yuuge.t 10 I'.r ol.lex, waa ki4!v and Krarruu.lf teuiciU.td. None f a seriea of Jtrnjer meetings, iu J Tub XiktB.-The Vt toll ii now stab cot.ccit wiih t'liriftiKU throughout the I ''h4 i Canary' Mills, near Seaport, N. wtd.l. I C, a uith is on the line of railrtmJ bom New- Tuesday tteuiutf. Sutject Tho Holy ! llrB 10 Morehead City aud about 35 mile Spirit, 1111J our I-ord'a W'r4 on agreement I fro1" lhc fornier p10- 'u health is much in pr)r. I better than it was at Vorklowo, not so much Wedue4ty, P. 11.. at 1 oVWk uiel tveu-i f,om ,1,e clmngeof litualioa as from the iug. Su! jtrot Tht Youi.g, under Family unJ Satibutu. ivhoo! iuHtruciinn. Thursday t feting Suljeot Pur Coun try Tlie Wur 1 niaucip.ntioii Our friend in the Amy. Friday, 11 o'clock, A. M. Fasting and IVayer fur ourcbe, the Church cf CLriit and the coniujuuity. Thealofe meetings will be held In tht basement of tho Court Hjujo. All are in vited. Cocktt Coi bt. In the cie of ?ute vs. Michael Costeilo, the jury rendered a verdict of acuital, after a delay of si-YerU hours. Soon ufter the returu of the verdict on Wed nesday, the Court atfj ourned till April next. The trial of these two capital discs occupied a term of entruordinury length the Court opening on the first cf the month und ad journuig on the 3flih. ' On our first page wepuLlinh suih portions of the testimony on the part of the State in ihc case of Michael Costeilo as our space per mits. Hud it not hem for an uneipe ted want cf help in the cflice, wo should have finished the priming cf the testimony this Wfck. As it in we hate not been nble to in sert nny of the testimony for thc defence, and may do so in our next issue. llr.Mtr L. MiM n.of this place, died at Washington on the UD'ih of December. His remain are brought home for interment, and the funeral services occur to-day. Obituary next aeek. I'miobatiox. 'I hree broilers of the name of Temple have, wilhin a short time, sold their real estate in Sunderland, and with their families, numbering iu all over twenty, emigrated lo Michigau and Illinois. IT Alllelicis, whether containing con tribution for the paper or relating 10 bu.-i-tiws matters, should be addressed to the '' Jot BXAL." When addressed to cither the Publisher or Editor by name tluy some time lie over cue wick on aocouut of the absence of one or the other from tDs n. TeT The second sentence of our last week 's editorial failed to appear in consequence of a mistake of the compositor, aud our not be ing here to examine thc proof. For this mistake we furgive the printer and trust our rendoi will do the same, as he has dropped the "slick" for the baynet and left for the wars. LIT The soldier enlisted under the last call from this sub district left yesterday morning for Draitleboro. O" Lieut. Win. II. H. ptck who went out as 1st Lieutenant of Co. K, from this jlaee, h:i recently beeu made Captain in the Oth Regiment, Invalid Corp, commanded by Col. Gile, of Philadelphia, and stationed nt Martimhile Iiarracks, Washington, b. C. It will be remembered that Lieut. Peek was severely Wounded at Savage Station where Co. E sutfued so terribly. - LT7" The Woolen Manufacturing establish ment of K. CaijH'iiter, Jr. k Co., at North Pownal, wo recently desiroyid by fire. Fortunately about thirty thousand dollar worth of wool had just lcen removed. The one third. -j falo Intellizeiico- A Gamsxt YiKMONThn Kiu.m. A fear thai we have entertained since reading the report of the late battles at Chattanooga, is sadly tealiitcd in ihe authentic teport of the deaib of Col. Putnam cf il.e Vo l Illinois ; Volunteers. Hw be felL we do not yet learn, though the new of his death is com- T'VYTi 'U,"rW , ?" tiraut. (ol. Putnam wm a native of V cr mont. and w, br.,1 ,A :.. !.,..,r.... ... I till he removed to Freeport, pis., about ten "" s- He raised himself from humble circ"a",tnc to an honorable and useful J'0'10" ,n ,t. nl at.i.mg bu.iu 17 heVas' fcigbty te.'p'l'od businessmen,! businest ! miinh ' esteemed by j hi fellow citizen. Originally an rt'ent j democrat, he trparstrd fiom the party and was conspicuous in hi earnest upport of Fretbobt in li'.iaoi ia I'friotic and I ' l.l v .t.....l - ..... 1.- 1 :. .. -t. . 11 . i & I f Lf .hV 17 Z ZmZZ m,xv.g . I...-: i ...i i '. . - .......:. .i . j. i. ... i , i " v ? .a. . .... engage . " " o1' UV'tn ' TAl? VV'V' S ........... ft .v ...... frsro Cou.aa Tlie" Fsitherof the j oroait it vit Kmmar, who wi txra ; i N Ttik M' i IT'. ".', but was (tWn ; wca a 14 l Yrrtt. ltt l H-Mf i in jti... .l ... . i. ' -i" i tht IK,M.'t.f B..uu.w. W. fc remain! antil t -pte4 lh r.U of lt8,atrrt.ofe.i ttvJfrvJhie .y prw. !i i . a. in. , f rrtanwsl l th tVa?h,aal in J.""l, a Tht Ju-J; carrr Iiia Jc.r I rme!j m, I i a a,.l,!t up, 0( tht ! i Wh gi-mlpima ! -.!! r.1 ..irl, I.baral aal aua.a, 1 J : a!!. a ,u.,a, h. t.k- froaaJ .U ; i ia.Ja.uia aril palrfcuie; at a JHar hr i, ,Hc an 1 .naLn';. an t ir. rriv,!, i i - .. ' ' ' " ' . . J ' ,lire.,rt. afl.,r4 aiuuai'til la all aho aai-r """' f-"'" - t,: ai.ny, Wbil tba IWPu'!i ia ln4rbtJ ! to J.ts, t ll4n.tr ft.r 1 i.y ttr!!mt fr- ! . . iure tr cur rrrnl ilnl ju m, otiirr jbnc rmanaird fn.m Il.e (Irpartuient, and ! n,eir f,,iurc l.,uj D()t fce Bttriliilled to tht ; Seaaie fumuiitlee. tWalun Juuraal. j The f'lfth Vtrmoat Kcjiin.et.t. 320 aln.r.g, i l 1" 1'on.e.nrd over tht Hud.on Ki,er 1 r1' duril' Urt "il,t U bM I "f ,,,e brVM: ai Ur UM orUi 'l,in"'" ,u ,ur " 'un "P tua tiu "cl' Albany Evening Journal. lateness of the seaoon. Thk Fifth. The 5l!i Vt which km re- eulialcd for the war and received it fur. lough, arrived in Uurlinglon on Wednesday at noon. Got. Smith, lien. Washburn aud a large gathering of citizen acre there to receive them, and honored them wiih km di es, aalutesaud cheers. Wheu the lieiuieut reassembles to return to the war, they will be received by the Governor nd presented with new color. Lieut. Hollia M. Green cf the 7th Ver mont Regiment died recently at Fort liar rancas, Tensacola, Florida, of the Yellow Fever. Capt. Samuel Darrah, Co. I). Tenth Vt. Volunteer, has beeu offired the position of Assistant Inspector General for the 2d Di vision, 3d Corp, by Gen, Curr, but ho de clined, f rcferriiig to remniu with his compa ny. Several non-commissioned officers of .the 10th Vermont have recently been examined and received commissions in Regimcuts of Colored Troop : 1st Sergeant Powell, Co. F, Lieutenant Colonel; 1st Sergeant II. M. Phelps, of Willislou, Co. D, 1st Lieutenant; 1st Sergeant Chceny, Co. 0, 1st Lieutenant; Corporal Rice, Co. G, Captain. Glv. WASiiiiens's ,SiKKca of Wii.iomk. Oficeri and men of (lie Fifth Vermont Vou are welcome to the Slate; the advance of that iron brigade ihnl hns fought every battle upon the Peninsula and sued the Sixih Corps at Fredericksburg, that fought throughout two campaigns in Maryland. We sent you out from among us on nn un known and untried servi.e. We trusted to yon the honor of the State and thc safety of the Union. Officer and men Vermont Is prjud of yoy. Vcu have done your duly fully, faithfully and manfully, mid now you have agaiu volunteered to serve for another term, actuated by none of those motives that influence recruit here nt home, but with a full knowledge how rebels look ami w hat re bellion is. Your towns are proud cf you; your friends are waiting to welcome you to your homes, ami we w ill speed you there with the least possible delay. Harper's Monthly for January has the fol lowing fable of conteo Is : Scenes in the War of 1812 Illustrated. A Cruise among the Tuegians Illustrated. Picture of the Japancese Illustrated. Cap-and-Iiells. Wotncn under Difficulties. The Leadsman Song Out of Nanreth. Three Hundred Thousand Strong. The Visit of the Christ Child. Drifting About : a Mem. ory. The Small House ot Alliflgtou Illus trated. A SucriGco Consumed. Our Ar tists. Crackthrope and Weeks. My Chem ical Fxpericnce. The Old Year and the New. In Hospital after Stone River. Thc Lost Treasure. Monthly Record cf Current Events. Literary Notices. Editor' Easy Chair. Editor's Drawer Illustrated. Fact ions for January. The January number commences the twenty-eighth volume of this the most popu lar magazine in the country. The Publish ers announce that no cost shall be spared to maintain (he magazine in the high position which it has attained. The commencement of a new volume afiord a favorable oppor tunity for subscribing. Thc postage is bow but i!4 cents a year, instead of 80. Ry en closing 3 to Harper & Urother. Franklin Sijuare, New Y'ork, you can tbtain a greater amount of reading matter than iu any other way for the same price. DisnsoeisuiD Dctabti bk ru Dixie. Judge Jme Clark of Hamilton, the 'biain' "f,1,e Rutler County Vallandigham Democ- racy, ha recently told biijaw hook I and accounts, end proceeded to Richmond, Vir ginia. He wa pissed through our lines by ."wreiary Stanton, and no provision made for hit return. Judge Clark waa one of the ablest men iu Ohio, but crazy nnd rat id on the secession question, ho'ding that Slate r,Sh' h4el ceMn, therefore. that the 1 onieuerai were right and .ought to ucceel. t He is a man of a great deal more ul'" tt"J courage than W.lundighain. and fi'-ne voluntarily where hi logic carried t,'t0- W ,,al the Democracy of old Rutler Jo nc l,Jflt 101,1 t"e,T leader il "''fi1'1 L instructive to aAccrtain. - - The editor oflh Poaghkeepaiao i a ph " . . ' ' f-' -ft--e- I..-. r .... -.t . . . . .- . ' "i us.. B'p.ir w v km-.sic j Ml placing ! in a Mmn.ncaur tsi ko lt.e LJv of a le- gltl gai:em.a cf ibi.ci-y, who bad lo ; P"tl by close and iadtfatigabia prae-' ,ie ,fc Ur' U " a.1 1 ,1,., : it was not the bar cfjattka at which be ex-' erlH himself to severely, but Ibt bar of a ifr near aanxni, vrtm is tnnrt. j ' ' !"1 fA ' 1 1. Jtli : llr ara at laH , ia j n!rf ijaarirfi, is a cp o( ita(it;: IrIn, at It oaU , fi-r aa rriy anJ a.'ttt tamfaia ia tht afrfij , kit l-n btr a vrt to k, b - j iaj fmtJJ kilW fivm R.-!i, Iwn y. a : Um f,vm b.. tf H.r an t a i'.tt v, .-r ..... ..-r ,,.1 ..... .nf ' tM that sfirr lia a. ivJ a . )rrl 1 , je;ra uf .'!tv-irii.- jf in cur tlr.t!, tl i mun i 3 " " " 'f y " '' ' " ''! ' , , , " S' f '. liilil, l r'Uii. to ll.etr h.t!f mJ d, r.(l ,U1,,t ,iB ,4. ', anc trj H"ili"!i cf tH X' A fra la) a.n aa atpra Jutael by a.1 , t.n,rasa t.f tU t.14 SWonJ C4ra4 laraa ' ,, ... in, a t dat wtt.r antlfn. Hltu lirtt hav Iwn -ring With Oca. lllual in Weal era Atkaitaa and the liidwn Territory, an I art tht heroes of Honey Fprmgs wher the rebel under Coffer and .'landwaiie,, with taatly ujerior rtuin!er, writ completely round and diprTrd, during the niniita of July l,wt. Many cf yeor Maocheter read ers may remember Ihe lailee of these chief lain who ha wilhin my remembrance paid Biy naiht tillage iwo tiaiti and spent oine lime with bit relative Ihert. Ourown b. laTa.n baa never yet confronted the fot iu battle, but I know that when the opportuni ty oftVr they will prove true to the j;l.iriou lecord that other Colorado soldier bnve left on more than one bloody field, I have been much interested Iu the Colo rado rceruit, of which there art between one and two regiment ut these barrack ; other art conitfintly arming, aud aa ftt aa orgauiicd they art sent aouthward. The 1,1 Iu U,u' lefl fur Ilena. Ark., the j ol"r ,,aJ ttml m American i 0"ile" of Af''icaD ,ll!'cc"t." r preparing t r.. I...... .1....: 1.: l v...... . 1 . ,w uui una n-rH. j rsienjuy 1 at tended at thc Post Chapel a lery large meet, iug of uegrof, who had assembled for re ligious Worship.- The spaeiou hall wa crowded to ovci flowing and many were un able to obtain a Imitatice. 1 observed close ly nnd could not see a single fie that was dark enough to betray unmixed African de scent; on the contrary, every shade but the lightest and darkest prevailed, aud their earnest, eager faces showed the blood of the " first families'' a it nnnllel through their dusky skins. I had never before at tended an exclusively negro meeting, bul l hope it may not be the last. A rtrong do votloual sentiment seems to pervade the ne gro character, which makes him very sus ceptible to religious impressions One by one they arose und gave their exiM-riences in religious life und their hopes of salvation through fiiih iu Him who died to redeem a sinful world. They also showed an acijiiaint ance with the shape our national affairs have assumed that very much surprised me. They spoke of having made up tht it- minds to enlist, af'cr mature deliberation, nnd with a full consciouii(S8 of the peril necessarily incurred. They had beard of the valiuiil deed their brtthren had performed and Ihe fume they bad achieved ut Wagner, Port Hudson, Millikeu'a item! und Honey (Spi ings, and had resolved ncvei tojecome piisoneis to the merciless rebels; but 10 long as they had strength 10 wield a weapon they would strike for .their country and freedom. How proudly they pointed to the starry symbol of our Union und called it Tuna's for now they had a country and that standard was tht flag of tin: ft tt. I wished that some of my unconvinced friends could have been here with tor; nnd I wondered that our Government had so long held back this strong black arm of the na ion's might, It is my pm posc to visit ome of my f. iends at the East 011 a fifteen days' leave of ub. sence, which I hope to obtain during the coming month. I tegret very much that I shall find it impracticable to visil Manches ter during the short time permitted me; but if it is possible for me to get an extension for a few days, I shall en ploy the addition al time in taking s look at the country around. lioflvcx. Gkn. Gram ami tub Pbk; ihk.-.cy. The Chicago Tribune say that Gen. Grant is a great strategist, nod that he has headed off the attempt of Ihe New Yolk Herald lo kill him by advocating him for the Presidency and ha written letter to his New York friends to that effect. The hero suggests the Tribune says that there is time enough to lock up candidates for the Presidency six months hence, and that in the meanwhile the friends of the Union would Letter con- ' llU the uf C(mii(r; Et, hil desties by filling up his wasted regiments, in order to enable him and them to give the finishing blow to the rebellion as speedily a possible. FromGkk, Gbakt' Du'abtmcxt. Tlie Chattanooga correspondent of the Cincinna ti Commercial write on the 10th : " Let no loyal men Imagine that our work in thi region i ended, or that we can now, whenever we ahull aee proper, walk over the course to Atlanta with itnpuuity. He who thinks thus, tuffers himself to fall iutj an egregious error, an I know nothing of tht nature of the country that lies between Chat tanooga and that central city, which i, in more than one respect, the heart of the Logu Confideracy. "Under such leader a those w ho would head our column in a march to Atlai ta, I dare not doubt our success: but I confident ly believe -that n advance by Gen. Grant from Chattanooga, during the pieent win- ter, ia of all things that which Ih rebel lea- der mol desire. I msy be misiaksn, but I liave not jet brought my' if lo believe that thi desire of their wi I be granted. There art many eicciient lines of defense between Chattanooga ai d Atlanta, at each of which the rebel leader insy light a battle, with certainty of ting able to ictre.-.t iufifetr,j even if defeated." ! IJisiiof HoraiM TA(-nii Taro.-- t : Rev. Dr. Howe, Epicopbao, in t!.l'hiia- idelphiaEniiuirerofNoV.B, taj,on li.ctu-j .v. . . .... . ... . . t . iuoiuv vt cirrjfy U13B Ol t U!ta.jei!H4, pur- : n.erlv cf Virginia. Ibl liishoo .Mel ii.eJ at lb outbreak of ib. rebellion, that be bad always Ua oj poel to atssMaioa until a let- rr of Bishop H Lo.s con.lneed tin, that iba Boatbera Buies ta4 a right to aeceda.' hut never Ufora sustwcied Ibat the ! Uistjnp s leuer sreuid eoavicct aayuvdy, j i a rrlW.- p.! t vWtl. : ), ft .,i,,.p ii,m 1' - ,k U l Iml It p Mj-.m h ui I l 1 u,'t e( ( ( 1 J'.TUs.ft. a Tubm i Crara Lin Th 4 ; f ih n i .tf 1 tt r!i!y f.f o j f ( t a nwaxl ft c! ' ' . 'M '""' -'' '.crrti!! h i, i f aitrti,n t ,i 4 t eh ,llf (;,,,,,,, kaatairt j rr o . h c . i.tt, h twa 14ml gtc. - i '' '''' ' ln, . "'M- T ri! f-rth mm Irjwl.n P- rpia th:. i-rartk. aa-1 1 . an ji 1 r h l rrrtn.mrn mi n j Uiaiks. (ia ! (tt la f.ma aKall Jwriaf ! ai. j ai ia ofl..-a a aavb l mi,h4 il. - "'"" ""i-patia, aa aiiutaay ar i. wallrr 111 a Inch l! I nlirj Natca aw Irrmird pitif or t tberwiw. r-cnthnc t4 ne uearu 01 oetri minol In any ci tirt ot l,f any depart imut r iritmnai wbatuver, tit fail Of nolitarv. A Cbarlr fiininer' rar of bo k w being etiriel In his room at Wi.hingt on of td ptekagf br. kf, and Iher was grihd chaw of law, religion , manet a p-iry. A Hiiiy lliblt straddled Ker, I 'ummeritariet; aumetody oa Inlerwalin: Law cot mixed up with llervev' Me,t, tlons; th jnwaof Htatote al laseja rt lowed up ihe I alm er Pat id rcra Ih rases!, disfigured Slikerart' frM piece; llna and RUikstun reachr.1 i pavement simultaneously; th Life f Line,, In wa bwt In Iba Anittomy of Meld eh. ly, an I Ihe t i.nsiitin Ion of Ihe Uni Stalra bridged a large vacuum belw Sumner' Oration ami Common Sense, War new thi we.k ia nalniportaat. t operation in Texas are pregresaing fate bly.. lien. Kelly' movement tgasaM I bulen and Ear'y iu Virginia htv rsu', well. Gilmort ha again CoBin.tnctd h ing Charleston, setting Ihe city on fin ever d place. Grant' army lain ipiO, I'lriiik & K Ugiler, HutL.n.l. We call attention to i(i adveitis ment of French & Kingsh-y in aunt era column. They keep the large estahlishmi'tit in th State, and tin. in this section wishing aiticle their line can do no better than tn upon them. The U'urU't Wa-hington ditpul, sa)s it is reported thai Gen. W. Smith will soon be appointed to I) command of the Army of the Pol innc. foii-n soioiml liicldt nia. The editor of the Chicago Joiim. wriliiig trom asliiiijton, tnenlioq an niiuisiiig scene iu the Mouse, lh'piesetiiuiives w hi ti the election eleik look j.hiee. Al'ler lithe I id;' the old clrrk, hud dune all he eou orjhuvd to do to prevent ihe nrgat znlioii ol (he House, or throw toe en ll'o! into the hinids of the cop el lie. minority, Miillorv, of Kentucky, In Ihe impudence to appeal lo the um iiuiiiitiiiij ol the Fnion member induce tin in to vote lor thesuid lie ( I'iilgoj when upon the veleiiiii Tha Stevens ol Pennsylvania cold, n easiic ami ahh; -ioe slowly Irom I seat, ami said : '.Mr. Spi'iil.i r Sm h hriiy is in becoming this lloii.-e" iiikI Tha 'til down. t was the ablest spec., in its) rjl'irtt thus fur delivered. The o.lnr day the ih.uble-ej i copj ei bend and iclnl sy inpathii S.-tininr Powell, ol Ky., insolently to. the Senale lo task because he and tl other ppi.siiion Senator were r coie-ulied iu the fiumaiioti of 1 1 eominiiti es.'iilid in the course) of I) (liseusion which ensued, Mr. Ilu treated the 'Heniocrals' wiih tlu fn lowing hit of hi-lniy. It must ha' made thfir ears tingle: May I be allowed a word, sir? h li"t know w hat the question h but I think if I In re be a niemh. here who has a rinht to speak of th expel ii'tie. s of being iu a minotity A this Moor, J am tint man. 1 hav been hern for many jiars, and think it is wiihin u very short peril, that ever I, or anybody with whom ever acted, was consulted in regard I tin- foi inatioii of cuiiiuiiiiees. I r. member on one occasion I think si yon will reni. iiihi r the same a li of committee's were repoited ' be-r. got up I do not know how, and I vJ omitted altogether from any commi lee, and so waa my excellent frien on the left (Mr. Sumner) and so w; the di tinguished gentleman who no stands at Ihe head of Ihe Treusury the United States. We were omiitt altogether, and on instituting sotn little inquiry of the democratic oh garchy that ruled the Semite, as I why it was done, were politely in toiuieU that we did not belong to i healthy political organization, are therefore wu hud been left off th committees entirely. lSut, sir, finalf my health got so bad, politically, tha (his fame party did put me at the lm end of the Committee on Prival Lund Claims, (loud laughter,) wher I served wiihout remonstrance or u proa;L A Washington correspondent ol the .New Jlan.pshire Statesman say Eii.i-rx.it Eihciidge was recently ii troduced to Ilruttis J. Clay, of Kei lucky, und immediately began to d nounce the goveir.mcrt. Mr. Clay after hearing his teti,pet a few mo J riieufg, replied : "Well, Mr. Etheridgi-, this i pret ty rough, J;toi the war, when was a deiiioi iat, I used Iu hear you down in Tennessee a an uboi. tiomst. J ou must have lately chatig ; ed your v lew This wu somewhat willing to thd resil ing ch rk. h upKied he ti. got a man af'er his own h-art. M ,', k.d. ut. lo im -... I,,r .... j, M,ib r tuade. Mr. CU ,j ,epon, will, calum- mili'de' .. .. Wit 11 lllilnl'-st H-tll ' nar loll I.. f,.l ... .It il,t...,n,.U. j -Weil, sir, tf.ia i our lift i.--iiiV j Your languag-. sir, seem to me afro ;,!. and ad 1 have lo say lo you is tint w i. u men la.k lhudown i. K t.tyi k V, e reg.if d ll.em a 'seee. u a ' seeet ski... is aiK and Ucat them irordt1j,'