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I.if.ry i). jst, tii ih-jJ I k to lb w:iiiit.t 'j'J. is 1 w!i f'fts; n hre ti c a tfait- ' a t-.m f t'.ie irt- r t.j :. f.r that fur- Ajt I"l4:i-it T1.C c-li-r-i.t;v.U if liif Cu:tAtiu CiurcU tt tra'.t't Ji.ju nv Ltlir ' ti.wu'.liiy cuuii ul.ua f4- I.KJSH.H Job Oui.U, It'Ttutry, rii'iiit- i . ly hsl eovemi Uvp wLicb lis tu fttcuiiig for.'p a: V.!;u'iii0':i:i or At I ' r. ir tinun-i.i! n::'.,ii ; 1 ' ; ' ('v t u.u Gfrt. iJutliT ftu.l MaS" anivcl at'' ,m,,,,,'""'wl iniMiun-. i.ai.t.j- a .n-j! r-im !,, bw.i iiiinhli 'latmn tm m t l i i ai'.t.r.ii-1 to i , . '' r !: a-!' r wili !..; ! jUr' !"r ' ly Tun 1 j wau't army, in cum ting tbe iri.gn ... , ' . Kut:-i..i. It cvntaict !1 t!ie tuiu.iLU-j army, L fiilluw iog. Tim rioy h, ' "' ! hiLrnu:!, usually j utiisin-J in tilt Ik jut cn,oi tla O.icW riu-r : .vc- in v, ctilrn t-l.ir j t-r i,t that aatur. !i' u.'l it ft.ii to 'if i ) '.. 'J .t H 11 i .!ii I Vac i .i n in com ivi: l..,';ii liif i v. i. . U arc iu ii t tej to .Mr. Hagg, the C!wk ( f iS.c ir u-. f r cj y cf il,e "Iiiitxtory, liaSi-s, and .Moulin!" of the lit Lcgiflaturc. l.oc ai, tN'i'i.i.i.Uri:.Ni:i Chili r I', ii , ! i I ti ! r tii- ,:). I'.t tliillrl. . 0 1 : i all 1 ;ui ! v. ry o.i 1 c! Hill, r, tt i;i 1 . 1 u ii ;i ! I !: ? iiinv ill.:.;! !.,i.r!h;sl f'.r S.it.i!.n;.li. . ,:! that , t Pi k the a Ivcr .-'K'.-tu.-tit of First Selectman ill BliOllllT CulliliiO. i f- ilH !)-i)ll uf ;!' the im.vi uji'l'i tukiiij;. i j-!,nv :',.-it ii was utiu 1 III! in ta I'i.'.i Ihri i: l.un.!ri:.l itui. s -Sj ; J -.- i I - -.iu:t-try tut tiff Iromlli'! w; of aili-. Tito ii!i;ii !"i tl.at liiy in tin- m march ii-. iii Avaira I j S..;i'.;ii,i!i hit Min.iiicil uji, ,',! J ;!,i. o.t;( Ji..-!.a r; ach 111 thi.t Mir lii;-;'l or guin n (t't-t-:.. ihirn. ;;:.'. i trij," t!.r. lusa of ;i f iii j' Imve n!ao In in s IIIIIIV :iov tttsMi.T liuw.imi, V.ni , of Fucti.ry PoMit, li-avn tuvin tj.ia wctk fi.r City IVint, Va.,to otittr ujin Lia da tits as un uiij.li.vee iu the sIUiirttrtHiistcr'a I'cjiaiiiinnt. l'i;Kiixt. Sutgeon 1'liclj.s Iim l een re lievcj from duly at the I!r;i!lIi-V..ro lui.hu!. n l riduidio Louisville. Ky. Coiune! toiifhtmi, of tli ebrho.tera, l.iiily ei- iii v liirli-8tin, rfirts tint in psa- i. fu! ' ,iiru',!l c'y Uicre w..a hardly a hu iic tn.it lia 1 not tuiirks uf L'ni.m i-!iot and shiil Friwnan Waiefitld, of the lTt'j Vt.,fio;,i Lu I lew, who was reprte I kiliid iu the Uitictf the Wildermsa, and ujion whw.0 I'ft.ifJ ndaiinhtratioD has Urn prant c l and eo.niiii 'sionent appointed, writes to his frifi di from the prisoner'g camp at Flor ence, S. C, to send bim a package of such uccc- suriM of I ife as will keephirn from atnr- tting -dipt. I'arker, of Mid llchury, 1 1 th Vt. lie-imetit, escaped fio;ji the 'pri.-oner's camp nc ir f uluiuhus. 8. C, hut he wan ovtr- IInw ilts tii cut Oraxan. A enrr. pvn Utit ;l the.N. y. Fie. iV, from Shvr. cf had Two th'.ti:u.d dolUr were rcaili -d from the Ihn.tr recently held in F.enniiigtim ly tht l.idin of the C.nregatii,ti;l Oiurcii to raifC funds ta ni l in the crtctinn of a new CLiircU t hf." tw repli.ee the one didrnyed ly fire a few months since, l!i: Tku is to ilc a town meeting at the Town Hail, ut IV'U.iy IVint, at U o'clock x. it., .... i' 'lit. !.,. ... .. .. .. i.... r- . . . . . n . ' , in -w uai ttui.uu lilt lUWll I I clu.'c Jt (.ii'jj l ' , ... j w:.l tae in regard to r .i.'-iiig its (jiiut t under j the litis call firi;Oil,000 nun. .;.:. ; !;".'.c lVtiii ' UA..M r takrn l y the hiocd-honn.ls n, . mv, P, m.our piccea i j tins llllkC, After croKfing the river aecatne aerobian old man named WdU, who wai the most oi -iginal characu-r I ever wit. He ia dc-pot-ni.vttr in ihedaje l,fn there was a raiiroad it-re. lie is a ahreaj old maii.iui.l siemtd t unJerKland the uierita of the aar qimtiou perfectly. Hesuid: V'J 'hey aayyoa arc retreating, hut it is the strange; fort of retrei.t I ever paw. Why, d..g Lite them, the maancr have been ly ing in tli ay ail along. They allers are vliippio; tht Feden.1 atmiin, and they al-lei-s full back after the battle la oWr. It was that lyi.iec that Crut opened my cyej. Our army wai alters hipping the Feds, and we allers fill bock. I allers told 'em it was a d d humbug, and now by I know it, for here you arc right on John Wells' place; logs, potatoes, corn and fences all gone, I don't find any fault. I expected it all." "Jetriuvis and tho rest," ho continued, "talk about rplittingUe Union. Why, if oouiit Carolina had gene out by herself, she i1 t; a !,. :.. , . .. 1 I ..... I 1 . . I i net : I " 1 ' ii hi j.un .u ific.i'.iiier. n aen r j tixc children of the H.ithatli .School iu that " '"' . " ! 1-1 '-, of which Mr. V. alter M. Ctley is Su- '!' ! i . i, - .j.. i . , m.iih... uia, i ..'.I . . I .. 1 II". 1 O.llUlllill V MIW . ...... . . .l .1 ... 1 I " 1 i uiiniiuiii' .li.oi,- . tilt thi! j;. f v.' till tl;e i cms f, Il.tS O.' (.1,1 1,111,1, . .1 !,:, II ,i ! i 'if v, : (if t!.i; nt-ipu i t np the tiring vf l.tive ui ;i ii. n l .1:11 A: nts fmm tne Cf-rirtmaa 'free. Mauv wr- M.h- j N-.t.s fmm tilt part . I" ih tuwti attnide.l.and !i '-'!::. ui.! r w i V.i'.-l ut il i; i: i.ie-.ih.i . ( !; i, :i- terjifiii:, liicy i i . -1 . i ei ) i.iii 1) I is ;t h to HikiiowUi!ii :i ;i! (I, : .".oiih at last loduci d u; c . r;.i f in ii Li-.l nhiliiy. K::-,. ! .!,!, the !;-:), ian oi I lie (Vltf.t'.'t, i iu 1 in ;;.J'!iirati.!i vihctt he rch'ti s I.siv the ruiicl aniiics rtiaritiisi t.n or nvi-Jve ). n'li'i slit vt.?. t " iih.-u! a I. J'lies," ii'uliou;;h tl.cj- were ly t Ii ei l!t(t, nLii'.i wa, wttlilri r.it i.ll tvny, ntid r :tdy t I'l uiret tiicj forces if iliin'ti U: Kinjhil.e h:H ili'i !' of tin' Li- toi i i;', v. ;, Sherman w!;-j hmi a l;ty "wi-.l,..! ;. 1UI i!vih. i f fi,!' tnili! i' y i i.'j o t' 'ii:i'p. ii-ri ;.in : '; Shi till. til ti I l, 1 I i lli; .r:;ific:i-;,-r ;r: vrniurr u V.il. !. . r it : : ti!t;:s ti.e prea;, .-t i lii'Lis! in v,i: , . '.. n',1 ; (ro.tr-ii, ii t.nil pr:!i;J..' . Ei.t uiv !...'.!. -Ii rj : -n t!ie i j j i ; .V j ! tl.tit Sin ; i r li.-.s l c way to the on-t 1 ;.t tarn :ih i.i l,i s;,;n . v-, (i:itir'.'i;t v, i", l,uc I ailttgwii-.!,-;!!,; i!.: ; :' ,. t.l ,r i rfuMi'.e.l ... a: r i r s ".i.nje,-!. ; By il.et.,, A ' I r I fu J r i i ! '. ! vi ! ti I ; . r; -.: ; ; tl.f K u'h, M,,f v . . J" s, 1 1 ', ;;t :: v ' in Att-j ri of i! , : . ta! of nn ;,c. .,; : ; I,.' .. -7i!-i. ? v.: v .. . tj t!.i S.i'j-.li v : M-i-H;;.. tt f., :., ; 1- ! , .. At!ftn'c i n-t ii;:. i ti; r. Iro-i , tlWl'.S l f r i..: i f ti. : i linn if t.s(. i th is",, r, ; i 'i 'iu t! v i If ,i..,.i rri t!IC tf Utttfh liiivie;;'! te all. ll.i'V i '! V' t'!i'u'' u' there was a sitai- i lar nicetin- in the Iht.'ist Cliurfth. nt I' .,.- tory I'oim, m!,,, -.; School of that tj'.-tfiety ,;:ii1k...-1 au-utid their ui-un! fhrist- iua i te. li-tli teachers and scholars wete r i:ie;:i tvcl. It v. Mr. Kirkham, the Fas ter i.fthat Church, received as his Cln-itd-r.ei gift from his Mends in the Church and Heeii ly, a linndsotno nt of fas. In Thiif !nj evening the childicn of the !' j a!,l a;ii tfilov! cont.rcled with the Cotigrc j graticttal Chmch in this village were gra-.i- ixji ii.il ; i-s:r tirtt Uirmtmas 'free. iot- witL.tutrj v. the utipleasatitncsis ot the tuatbir the heute was v.eil filled, und the I i ccaMon iru a happy one fjrold and young. .. . .u iu, u Uy uirui tinit ne aid! in a few d iys Maj, Charles iiuxton, of the ll:h r.i-giment, killed at Berryville, tvas buried with Masonic honors at Beilons Falls on Tites lay of last week. The only child of the iJecemed officer was buried nt the same time au J iu the same grave with its father. Sold On a recent Sunday mornina. Shcriiftrberman, of St. Albans, received a telegram fiou Houses' Point which stated that a epecial train had left St. John, C. K with su.'piuicm characters ou boaid. The j militavy o.'iicui were eulli-,1 nm i. ii.l Cotigrc-aii ,ual, Kpisoopal and Fon.iu, d.;:,. olic pl.ieei of v. or.-liip, and the available meu were put un ler arms and marcliid to the oc '..here they anxiously awaited the arri val of the train. At last the train came and ae there was no one particularly su,J;,;i,..8 ;.!..' tr h !.v uili lia concluded they ha I been .-old. i.'i j; id ti.i f.iin.e .'s j At the election of officers in the cotupauv ii w.-tlhl lie f.ty i i (uhw,i r Dorset, Fein and Lao !grcvc,ou ... . -j.,.. - illlIy i-!. tne twwwms comtnirtiiunea ... . ...v imnii . u. i. uoj, Laptuiu; F.. J. llawliy, I .t Lieutcnaut; 2 1 Lieutenant. 1 i.: '(? ol f IIJ.pl, l. , , n i;;r n ;sv,t ;.!: :t i . i:.h' ol i When pet i.'i.a tf.iirrli V -i-;,!: .-We i. i.i. ..i.i.j-a t..r aeyiarm.-umg: F. W.Jloyt. W. v,;:. , tt-jM.; J. I!. Iiollh-, S. W.; 6,. Fart. .n, J. : ( sir aei '.itip- v -i A-- f;rjy, Treasurer; T. C. Fggles- . cr tin-1 ' "' '""ac!30 : i!- K FoK-r,S. L'.; Dexter I K.di. UK. .1 II T ......... U ... II 11-:. ii. .. . , ........... ..j.,.,. i.n, ii, i riii'i.c, t .''..!. Ma-omc At a regular communication of Adoniram L!ge, No. iL', held en the'JTlh u!t , at Masonic llall, .Manchester, the f.l- i lowing i fleers wcrcclectel auddulv iui'all. r MVt A Sa- i i Uil- ,J.y tn ; i I' .'ic r- ! . :!,- i. !, H i t V o' I',! .Cf! t ., ;t i Nir,.- A. W. Fairbruthcr, of Cov entry, lately .;o tripped up by a hog which he war. dri'.ing, and had his .-i,incso severe- ly injured by the fail that ho is not likely to recover Ibji.ert Ontc. oi'Kuttou, recent ly lost an eye in conseijueuoc of getting lime into it. A few (lays, since, Charles Cob- in vjii, a rtdumed Soldier had hit hand caught and terribly tarn while adjusting a licit on a puuey m t.ie ssn ana iSimJ lactory at South Lelluondeliy .iiLtif.-W. L. Archer, S. S. Campbell, and H. M. Cciivan, of Pennsylvania jiavc Umght of 11. llaminond & Son, their ram lamb "Fortune" for giutw S. S. Cmp- hell bought two year eld ewes of Mr Ifum- n.nd lor J.Jt00. II, W. Hammond sold to S. M. Cowan four ewes for 2000 Samuil Archer, nfWesl Virginia,lias bought ten twi-s of Ji. Hammond & Sou for UO'), and oho ewe of H. W. Hammond for 100. S, W. liulyoke, of Su Albans, has sold j to Samuel Archer the six first choice of his yearling ee. and one two-yeat old, for 4-2'JoO. s. S. Kockwcll recently sidd to a sU-ep d aur. one and two-year old ewe?, sehcted fain his flock by himself, for .i7(W. S. s. Andrews, of Cornwall, has lateiy soid 17 cives for KM). 1 '''"'-. The dwelling house of Wilhird Jewel!, near at. Albans, was destroyed a few days since, with ail its contents. The fami- I '-v " 111 Ireaktis wheu they were ttartlul I I V a Uiil-i" n .,f ,...,.!. ( i-:. .. i , . , . ..-.j.viuing inning. i i,fl ji j Jr. r, -ei I. to Mtr . ... . .. , - ni, iu nu ill'. !' ii 1. erhmd . unlt,,! on fat- ; when thty dlovtred the Uusc m, ,n,!.. - J. K. ii. Ti.om m Pr. ! ly in ntnu-a that but ht.lo of the furniture 'i.'.e .'ul.aii.2 ifiicers 'could b- nu. . Tl.. , i . . . ... ... ....jcv, iu nail; taken from a Movepipe hi chamber. The dry h,UM! of Woodaard's factory in Vo.I...iock was lately destroyed by fire. The huilding c..,t.ta;i.ed 1 100 pounds of wool and a thousand do!;..rs worth of cioth. The loss is Ictweea tar and five t!iou.ind dollars. On the morning of the 21th the machine . th-p of KvuUu Daniels, at Woodstock, was J tiitiit'y de.vtie.jel by fire. Loss from ylo.. j''") to !;.M,ifW; fully iniurt-il. The ".V.arr Uu.idn.g,uf Middicbury College w as ris-en'ly Je.-trcyi-l by fire. A tlrotig nind wjs Llowiug at ;l,o ti.iic, and the cttirr col- Fi -MMiT.-x Ci-ktv Cei tT -- ftrrmUr ', I- Lu 'flitting the Luion ! Why, d n it, thg State of Georgia is being split through from end to end. It is those rich' fellows who arc making this war, aud keeping their precious bodies out of harm's way. There's John Franklin went through here tho other day, running away from your nrtnj-. I could have played dntnii.os on his coat-tails. There's iny poor b:oi,cr sick with small pox at Macon, working for eleven dollars a month, and hasn't got a cent of the d-i d stuff fur a year. 'Leveu dollars a month j and ilevcu tLou.-and bullets a minute. I don't behove iu it, sir. I "t.. ..;,. ,. r. n .... . vnue uoin v-.oa.ja, aim i kinu o' thought I would sometime go there to live, but was allers afraid of the ico and cold; but I c in tell you this country is gcttitijj too ousted hot for inc. Lock at my fenoo rails mourning mere. 1 think I can stand the cold better, "I heard as how they cut down the trees across your road up country aud burnt the I bridges: whv. Mim bim ihi-ii- i.;.wv n,n'.,r your Vankees ctm take up a tree and carry it oiT, topB and all; and there's that bridge you put across the river in less than two hoursthey might as well try to fetop the Ugcclice as you l aukees. "Tho blasted rascals who burnt this yens bridge thought they did a big thing; a nat ural born tool cut iu two had mora sense cither end than any of them." "To bring back ike good old times," Lc said, "it'll take the help of Divine Provi deuce, a heap of rain, and a deal of elbow grease, to fix thiugi up again i In la r :s , Mownrds; U !'r:;,.!le, Master of Ctrciuonie S. F.:..,u, Tyler. I', ii at. ! ; ur.jyt!.c uin u i b i.t of Flieti.m t.i-j tain, ii. G, Tattle, i Lhiitinant, H. h jj irjt j li LUiit- i.ai.t, P. Fbui2et..n. "aii-aui, u. II. i-,tj:if., -1 " C, An Irewn, J " H S. FuV, l h " D. . II . i art, !-t i'trp..'r.i!, 3... F. L ick, : i " w, a. Wt-M., ''i " a. p.. n.-1-wii, J.1! a. wa::,,c. ah oiiiccr or .sjicrmau's army write to a member of Congrers, from tho experience of his tour through Georgia, that the rebels have exhausted their resources, so f.r as men are concerned, and that is as far as they have exhausted them. - They have plenty of provisions of every kmd, but men they can not get. Ho adds: When Savannah falls as fall I feel it must we have an excellent base, and can move on Aucusta, one hundred and seventy-seven miles into the interior, sup plying our army ly the Savannah river, which is navigable ta that point. Then, with Augusta as a secondary base, where w ill not .Sherman go ? A member of Gen. Jleade'B staff recently saw a ragged boy with au uncommon large mu.'licr about his inck. He asked what was the matter with him, and he replied that be had got tne itch. The officer invc-tlgated, and foand hnpouant dispatches to General Lee. Aikiii'c La.'uLn on the 'isijs A iKrsir rrj.o:i tint I,.. w.m to!. (i'-n, I,i f rtif.ti mj-.tiu- titovi incuts within thirty il.iy which w.-uhl a.t m i.h the world. A la ly, l., r way North I'nmi K vi immj, ret rcr(-n!j nfl'.iirs in llnit city mere gloomy than cut. Do. It- rati,, us that the rebel cause is U.ijieU-s nrj ojifi:Iy tu;il anion;; the people. Southern politicians vi-it tho army daily ta crt'Vjurac ths noMiiTs. The Hiru'd'g New Orlwms corres puiiiletice nays : Two recent expeditions from Mor gnnziu into the interior of Irtiui.itm i hud met with teit gturpKi, iu break ing up the guerilla camps, citpturiirj stores, oV.e. Tvrt'iity-ftvc hum red n b eis, ui.der Wirt Adam.? am Scott, were threatening llateni Ko;:uo on the 21th HicLitiond papers (-ay Mosby was wounded, but not tnorttilly. ' Tho ILrald publishes AccoutiU from the nary an 1 tho land forcp, in tba rtttttek on Fort Fisher. The de t:ils nre nil interesting, and do not pile up much glory ou the head of (Jen 15utler. It is thought the bulk of Hood's ar my is still north of the Terinefsee riv er. Hood first attempted to strike the Tennessee River nt Decatur, but Gen. Granger occupied the place in advance and beaded him oil". At the flame time, the gunboats ciiinc up the j river and compelled him to abandon the point near Florence, where ho, had pontoons. Fort Monroe, Dec- SO. Nearly nli tho Fttuniers composing the portion of Hie expeditionary fleet under the com mand of Maj. Gen. Uutler, which sail ed from this port several weeks since, have returned in safety, notwithstand ing the severe storm experienced ahuig I lie coast and while anchored oil' Wilmington. The .Santiago do Cuba and Fort Jackson have been the only vessels attached to the naval flee, which have as yet arrived from ofl Wilmington, and the latest advices received from Adunrni Forter, represents him as still subjecting Fort Fisher to a vigor ous bombardment. New York, Jan. 1. The Richmond Examiner has the following : "The seige ot Wilmington is over. The telegraph tli.-pateh tells the whole story, which is as follows: Wilmington, N. C. Dec. 23. The i eui rui ueei nag uisappeare.i, ana on ly the usual blockaders remain. ti hereafter. At lo.ine. mH. d . . I ,l y w i.li ly prfn I. I. .'nil pruU.lul. is!ativ ne? have fiitin l i s I., , i ilr tlo- l ucid Male Ti-urv I. (which must be iii riui.ly ?;. x Hate ' t',n .. ihd in Ii,, Wilv ,wm f.l',. rights and to Mat,. f.'Vi lei-rn!? n:i I , . , i i . in , . . . . , r . f jlo a Lii.i iioi in,.! us , it .li.;Lu . o Hilar fn edi.i.i i tu t si c. , h n i.i . !, ! ilied. (. re.-,., ,i ,, li.br .i,,..,...;.... I bilil-Mlt WsouHmu. 1,1 to be taken i i -i ...... r t j, ail iinHS-;anl powerr, nn I !m 1 ,n:. ; to i uI !"F lj it '.. "yoi ( IV.) I an irriiviMt-ili!e rmlitarv d-'M-oti m. I V-r J'nst. ! t.ie like i. w hich ha-i lo ver been n eti u lore upon thU earth. Other m ts ari) in prugrrsi here, wiiich, eh ethl tin y j.iis, mur-t pro lnee popular n.ti u1m,.ii which will put our whole ;p.v etumeiital sv-tetn in the run-t neri.nis Jeopardy. Kuoriniiiis ahu es of pow er, nere.oiore etuunH,-d to the exec- utive d' partinetit.have occurred, which have everywhere filled the minds ,,t our countreyiuen with di-trust and a harm. 1 en days hence free loin of ,lc liberation will hare ln-eu extin-ui.!.. ed in this body ,by mean which 1 may not specify. The freedom of the pre w ill in all probability coon; to nn end aoout the same lime, by the ope- ration or eamt-a which I havo hereto lore discussed in this ball. In the mid t of these alannin.' oe currencies, und while corruption is known to Iki diirosiug it.ielf along t!ie ehauneU ot official intercourse, , l7nt is the condition of our armies ? Li e is nobly and successfully deft ndin t IV tersburg and Rielimond. J he urjtist. iiiiwi.-e, nun tie. -piy onmiiml U'sid.tcu- meiit of the gallant flolin don front 'he roaimand of the army of tho Tetines fee, and the transfer of (hat army to Ihe neighborhood of Nashville, has opened nil Southern Giorgia. South Carolina, and Alabam-i to the armv of Sherman. Fort McAllister bus fall en. Savannah is about to la!!. The fi-.te of Chat lesion seems only to be dc ferred a few days later. Hood's ar my has already met with great disas ter ni Franklin, and is. in mr imi .... nient fatally compromised. lYesiden- tial interfcremte i.i tie; cause of these dire mischief, as it wat of the result of the unfortunate battle of .Murf'rees I...I.. in,, l )... i .., ..nuiiii; fun more in. a irons one tit Missionary ll,l-o. Sho ill HodV army be destroyed itt event which I iear is but loo prohablo-a i Sl.cniian come round t this vicine'o in a- I ho not doiiJit In- now intend .,iv h,t will be tlie fate of Richmond ? TbeNrw Voik V r. mil- J',t has t!ie followiii,; goefcl hit iip.ui tl.U sulw jct: ' "Few pen-etis nppiici.ite the )0f. low lies of the bo.i.iicd wealth of thi great metropolis i tmr can they full v bcli. ve until they have pi-rnsi-d the returns of the Commit inner ol inter rial revenue. The intelligent coiiibirtnr of a pea nut stand and the cnterpt isittg indi id--mil wiio sells twelve thcets of writing paper (or four cents, will be r.ui pris.-d to ft rid that iu substantia! pecuniary resources, they aland on tho name lev el wiih many of unr rniilionares. How uniiuthlnl are the lirown-stone iroiif) and gildod eijuijiages of tho Fil.h Avenue '( We find opulent f'atu--ilies living on un income which would uot pay their servant's wnges, und in diviibrals hijih in comiueieial and fi nancial circles condticiitig an nppitr- cully pio.-perous businc-s for a net prolit whieli would not pay bull' tin ir ollicp rent. One man, who is supposed to havo an income of over one hundred thou- sand dollars from unencumbered real estale, lives like an Fii).'lih nobleman on twenty -eiijht hundred dollars per year, and another Siipoi ts a loxm Ions town hoiti-e and country place, ou l ho fA prodigious income- of ninety. eiuhl ilul lars und two cents, from which is ti ho deducted the sum of S'2.01 for hi ' bleeding country. .; buch thrift and executive capacity are iiiimii pas-ed in ancient or modern limes, and they place uiimy of our fel low citizens hiedi above that celebrat ed individual ol nntupiil.y who was de tected flaying a pnrn-itu for his oleag inous th pesil and eulicle." X!'ICI)IT1UN TIIKOUGtl THE Gl'LF Statics. Meagre accounts are yet publinhed of the expedition under Geo Davidson, which left Uaton Rogue Nov. 27, but it was known that it ar rived safely at I'eiisat'olii.Florida, hav ing passed through (southern Louisia na, Mississippi raid Alabama. and wes- tern Florida. 'I he Richmond tinners nredic.ted that the expedition would be tirtnihi lated; but it met with bttlu opposi tion, utid destroyed lttf's; (iitarttitiei of rebel army supplies, occupy ing a num ber of towns, tearing up railroads,! burning bridges, canturin-' a number i of prisoners, two valuable mails, andiol the deceased, is afterward ribiod ..t ....... i. .1- niiiiicii.-c, u;iuia"e on ivo en emy generally. The oneratiens caus ed great ccnHcrnation, The entire casuaiilies were two kilh-.b .i.1,r Thy-army of the I'.itomao corres pondent of the Philadelphia Kncmii describes t!ie manner in which Iha nol- diers who die in hoKpit.il are buried. There is no parade., but everythii it .i . . . ' ' uone m ceiiily and i.i order. A plain .. . re . ... ' coiiiii i.i procured, and the deceased is placed iu it, prepared as decently fr his eternal sleep as his habiliment win ftilow. jn tie; cofi'm wifji hirn i-i put a bottle, and tightly corked within it n aseripofptmer.tcliinghis n.lln. rank, company and reginr nt,dat) and eau.se of death. Kvcry division hos pita! has its plot of ground for buiial purposes, and in this the weary ti dier is put to rest. The cur'-numy i, always Simple, always brief, always touching, for eroutid ihe grave is 8. waysga-.iicreil some few ef tt e fpiie.k no matter how few, to tlp-m is n ad by tne cliaplain norne of thor t it-r.-e tcs sagos which makeup (he Great Rook. I' or them and him who is gone n pray. r is said, arid (hen the earth reve rently takes him into her bosom. A board, on which is inscribed the name Tn -. De; i i a i. n h ! t ,- tl t.,e i . r t a.: wi-ro etilv sivtd hv tht- nm. . w C ' - - . j t ll'd.'.i r. Jjmtt Btirumtn e--t txertiotu. The building dn-troyed cott ' 14 -i ;'al from l.-ecit if tjlC,' , P J iimured for 't,i). ' """H -."f"!"'"2 Plia.j n MlLtLlhT. On the 12th of Oclobir I,..'. i.i a.- na it :i,r iron. L I- l V eruii.i.t r. . t . t. . . , ,. , . , -,-. . mime ca.l Wi !r.,n.,..,irtu.rec.ltw i-u to le,i-H nvti. Gen. Dix ha. rwire.l .u. i, a f... ..: ttiority lo raise cue reiriment of .. .,.t. .. 'II. ii'.,!.',!.. i ' ...... J w '"'"ow iiiitiiitu i'u -.rtt: c ei n an j i:,c-;p... e i-f lak.i-j ' the fsuaU t it. -J Lliu.. !f, w vilt.tu :.,t Mb of J ,e-; -I. ur.-l l.M Lc- ! tin i-.t-t e r, 1 isic : I '., IT. ...... I. . . ... . .. . ' ..t.t.fc I. Ill Ui' Blli'l H ,l .... .,,1 IV . '. l nude ! .... ,. , . . 1 v . traitors wi.o roam over the North de- - ,rifV,i,.,K .. "'-iv eiee,ii,i,:.(ii,i a'i.ors to a;ii3.e: . ,. " ru ir.uorjt t ,r tao ...... i rrouneiri" the "'n i.-rim,.,,i .':.,.. , ,,!..-, I i.l 1 . Ui IV ' l r ! v f j; p'.i ' i" - We ; !. : or'i;s f- --1 : B.an ill h: i;.M.: caticitiS rc tL.; Ti.- r v ;n ! i .ill S-I ' r l.f ! 'f 1 :.-rc'f. !,(:. f !. !: U -.orn i -r iU . .' I, 1 ' . f i - .-it n ,-.!, ti ii -. "i ii I tl.e ti. .1 nfur nu l or I. 'ir, ;':.e j-,ry r, - ' ii; t t,p,m L-.:h 'i .t ra 1 r.y i.,f t'o- I. i ... '. rv- iri. J t (' ...... f, . .1... O l v... .ui mo uuer.oe or r, t.l repji::.,.B Las been U ilvll'li-.r if '.r ... . I V.. fffer.,:ve. ttu 's.,i. I" , "U-'e W "innt boll bis . - ...... " '. i J.-r i 1,! nee- r Sjlir-e vs ;ih h Iovi- wi 4 i the b Ctst I'rlit 1 ytui hr. C tte..il-J lij r,c I,.,,., f ,, ii.e i .-- -. ..t cs.i :.r ij.r.c I i- e a The Canadian militia that have been call el out to do service n the frontier will num ber about 3000, and will be commando I by officers who have seen service ia the P-riii-di army. Their term of service wi'l be until "pring. Thir'y cotnpaniu wre called for, and they will be sent of as font as they cau he armed. Some of the troops hate already left Quebec aud Montr al. The number of troops called out sectus email, Lut they will he able, or ought U be, to render tolerably effective police sirvice. The British .Irmycml Xiry Ciztlte says of Sherman's operations in Georgia, "It is cl-ar that, 0 lor g a. .? Mn,i about with bis army j,.,;,e , (...,. :,,r.ltt puU.,( pe is more deadly than tw,ti Grai.t". and that he rnuet be detroyej if KichmonJ or any. wounije'i, ami lui lf earituied. T he Miisissippi paners called tarne.alvon the people to rise and destroy (he in- vaoers, out the people did not respond Late rebel papers give additional accounts of Davidsons work from !a- tvir Rogue acro.;o the southern portions of four or five of the Gulf States. A rnong other work, portions' of Mobile it Ohio and Mobde& Great Northern Railroads weroVlestroyetl. A letter from that vile copperhead, Henry Clay Dean, to Mrs Morris," one of the conspirators to be tried by mil itary commission at Cincinnati, has ...! gui into uio papers, it was written a week after election, and Dean said tht next thing to be done was to g.-t the democrats pledged to furnish nonore men nor money for the war. He re joiced in .MeClelliiu's resignation of the Major Generalship beeau-e be thought it would keep 5'1,000 mm from the army This is the ort of tho head of the grave. Tiik Condition or Atlanta. A Cmmi i-ioser t-ent by the IMn l gov ern cent to repin t the) condition of At lanta, fiays d.li'tO hoii-es w re burned, and that only 100 remain, ami that niiiiiy uf the-o; winild have been burn ed, but that the burning would hare endangered the Catholic church. ' he churelioi of the several deiiiiiiiiiiatioos W' re spat ed. After tho Federal ar my I, Ii, scores of wnguiis (run llm surrouri'li mr cuiinlrv i nine in and mr. . , ... . ried oil' vvhalever pbtndcr couldjjio found. 'Ifco Comiiiis.siuiier rejioiis the destruction of public property as large', and all machine i-Jions, mills H e. (leslrnyeil. 'J'he fllill is complete. MArtsAt lit eKTIS Cufil.MJ AHI;lt Viikmon T.--T''e Wood took Stitml- ii rd sim ! ." 'It is a proud vindication of the wi-duiii and ability of ( ioveriior Smith. Hiid Adjutant Ib neral Wahbuin, that I he Governor of Ma.-sai husells has ndopled a Minilar im-thoil in i very particular the method adopted in ibis Slate for raising the militia. The lat ter nckn-iw -bulges that it is the best syrdem be has any knowledge of. 1 his is the second hiidaine in which Governor Andrew has adopt d a sys tem put in practice by our authorities. 'iti'JS W'.ji,r.t Vie-raias l ' Ci.mt.il-tirjlurglary ia the t'l-j-h. ra a, a-S icon . ' 'yanljiy at: 1 111' "'S ' w u i ff Davis having kJ &a Irieruar cf al d th'ti-jt-l ary. a bill has been basse. l y ibenUTS.n ...-. 5 Si. 1 .-l...f! V l,..'!'!! ate W t.rOVli fr rir.tr. ..-..! t;..v"r.i away their J.b rty of spi cch. . An i-ccn.tric ir.divMaal,nameI Wm Wiil.y, died recently at Loekport N. Y. lie livc-'l alone, kept a "rocpry. Despatches from Nashville of Dec. 22, say that the rebel retreat from Franklin to Duck river beggar all de scription. Hood told his corps com manders to get off the best wuy they could wiih their commands. The reb- (.1 ftl-mv !a -.j-L...l..-fiti a w . in oeyonu VvOiurniua. The railroad is but little impaired and fr ens run lo Spring Hill. Teh-graphic communication is all right in all di rections, lohosonville was not de stroyed. The rebel loss' was 17,000 men, 51 cannon, and 18 general offi cers killed. At Franklin 1400 wound ed and .00 prisoners. Refore Nash ville and rea'.reat to Columbia, CO00 killed and wounded and 1000 prison ers. Union loss at Franklin 2000 and before Nashville less than 1000. To fal Union loss will not exceed 700h with two Generals slightly wounded. Hood has a pontoon above the shoals on the Icnnessec river, where our A new illustration of LrgUnbStriet gunboats cannot reach him. H.d ' r"'ut,;4,,:y the Americ an war has tnnre'ied on Franklin with 40 On') 'y"1 t:0!,": U ln tu" C"M of mn a- d f.5 j.ieees of artillery. ' lJVI'v "'"'"r Ih" T .... ' . , . f0, Ln.i.imer.t act, in hitmg out the wi.l have los nearly half hrs men. rebel pirato J!.,ppahan..o.:k one of , , ,. , - j the witnes-es a worn that she was low. ... 1 it I ., ,.r it i . i- ti ... . A Montreal pajier iavs that of Ih- V. ' ",w ! ; i . r.f M. It I . i ,, .'.. . I 'II AllMIKAI. FAItrt.Uil T Plt'lMoT KI- The President on Wediii-silny, fign ed the bill to i ntabbsli the gradu of Vice Admiral, who is to be the rank ing officer hi tho Navy, uad relatively of the rr.me rani; as Lieutenant Gen eral in (he army. Immediately after signing ti e bill, th- President nonii nated t.- the Senate, li. ar Admiral l'Mi-nigut for the Vieo AdniirMlity.and the Senate confirmed the appointment without the usual formality of referr ing it to the Stan ling Committee. The views of Wendell Phillips on Miregenation' may be found in the following extract from his speech in New York : 'I look tri..n the Ger man with its various brunches of Sax on represented in the North and Wttk the Latin in the Southwest, uud the Negro of the Southern Slates, as the elements out of which God is to laiill a nation ; and as a Trojan on his im mortal pillar is represented leading hi Ciiirpmsts attended by every Ian gua;'e, evety creed, every physiogno my known to the OM Woiid, io I be lieve that when Americ represents lu.r conquests, centuries hence, the nc-i gro will join with o in (he fsarnij pro- c uon, etpial in the Senate, the tamp and at the ballot box." - .4 i..m ei.uriii 1 1 t;j ,j .it.,,a Kxeeu'ivt inti..u, su I f.r a fit e'viT two hundred mutt ,.,.. !, ,1 ........ t " ""r" ,u s 1 " and .ilied. his property, wilue-l a, : klol,.n fiwu AIJ Z - J '.tr -.-!- .1. i ... .: :.. t- i i .i . . . . . - - . "- .--.-UH.ieo.m.uiiii,,:.,,, x-ngiatiu. jie bank by the raider Miinet v iLourrf I ...-I. 1. 1.' i it., ...... , . . : . . . . .. - - " .-;- --..i'i e. -ci ; ir ii, c-t -i, an i. r-m-c ''' '-' ' -'-"-tie- f.T tht arrui-r..., ... , f of the sr : . y uu 1 ta.r i.f l? C. I ' 1 is II - Is I i ' M 4.1- '"- i taty of l;.t t. '..: :. -, 7:,t .... t ,., , ri: t ... . . . in. 1 1 io a 'tuiiiiiia iro.. (.i:i,i.. a ripp.-ya-x,r.a-; k,jH j(;s t. ,) buried in the cellar iu ij!-iri w,re ,,!un,Jer,. fr,.'(n ,t f.,rl ,JV ? ltU ; but be bd ! bis ttory ir, , h anc'.-l Uib.r. Am-ng th- in ' ,,fr-ons wf.o toot tl.-m , rim.-rs ir' . ta '""""'l m m , , ' ' ', ' i i" -e 1. IJ h rrl;!,.r,it as rii.'.r arnval, thi,, l.,..;!.J V,U John Luli ,..,w,t- private vault were oier i o took t'.'-iii I risom-ii ,,r -'.."''''.give them rl.. r - t t ; ti.re" r, u ;m i.iciu.i the C.i ijdi i .if) lor ,i r.