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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1801. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 25. CC7" No notioe can be taken of anonymous commu nications. We must know the names and addresses our correspondents as a guarantee of tbeir good aith. We cannot undertake to return communica tions that are not used. THE HERALD IN CHESTER. After the 1st of August, Mr. C. II Itowewlllaetaa our Agent in Chester, and subscribers will be served through him. Our friends in that town in want ol the Herald, will confer a great favor upon us by passing in to him their names before that .time. Terms of subscription 50 ceuts per month. STATE TICKET.' FOR OOVERNOK,- PKEDEKICK UOLBROUK,'oi Brattleboro. FOR L1ECT. OOTEI'.NOn, LEVI UNDERWOOD, ol Burlington. yOlt TREASURER, JOHN li PAGE, of Katland. COl'STY TICKET. For Senators, M. ('. KICK. Benson, JOHN JACKSON, Brandon, 1. W. TAYLOK, Sherburne. For JuCr : A I.ANSON AI.I.EN. Fairliaveu, EUEKEZhl. FlSUI.l:. .-shrew, -bury. For Sheriff: Wni. M. FIELD, Brandon ForStneV Attorney JOHN l'KOL'l , P.uilanil. For High Baiiill": il. W. riTTS, Sudbury. For J udge of I'rabate Uutland District : AMBKOSK I. l'.iiOff.N', Kutfand. Forjudge l'rol ate Fair!, aveii Disirict. ALMON WAKNtK. Castls-ton.; THE DEFEAT AT MANASSAS. As the curtain rises which has hid from view all clear perception of the true state of aflahs as left by the disastrous conflict at Bull's Run and Manama, on Sun-lay and Monday last we begin to see more clearly our position, and the precise sit nation in which we are placed. It is no: .....in; t..".t different persons, looking at this a If air from different standpoint, should view the matter in various fights ; nor is it strange that vari ous opinions should he given as to the causes which have led to this to many unforseen disaster. Thus it is that we ee the New ork Tribune, which has for weeks been urging on a forward movement to Richmond without re gard to the details which must ever govern the action of a cool and calculating general now resorting to tar fetched arguments to show that the fault of the movement consists in the imbecility of the Administration and the lack of caution on the part of the Gen eral in-Chief. The high, respect m which we have ever held the Tribune the ability always exhib ited in its editorials and the strong hold lor good, which it has so long held over the best intellect of the North. ha heretofore deterred ; us front expressing our entire condemnation of the course, which this sheet has seen ft to pursue, m tenant to the operations ot the War ; Department for the pat svcral weeks and we vet hope that it will in the end justify itself lefore its New England friends. Hut j up to the time of this present writing we are bound to say, in the recent quoted language of the Tribune, -'we don't see it." But it is a happy circumstance, and one th3t must give general satisfaction to our in telligent people, that the freemen of Yer- ; iuont and of New Engl .ml the bone and ! jinev the mudsills, as Senator Hammond was pleased to call them can do a small por tion of their own thinking and draw their own inferences from the scenes in the acting -Ira-ma around them. We, therefore, feel com pelled to say in this connection tha: in the delea: at Manassas, they do not see the thing in the same light with the Tribune nor do thev see in this reverse anything to discour age or dishearten them. They are neither disposed to deny the defeat, to underestimate its effect, or quarrel with those who disagree with them as to the causes which led to it. But thev ) ask that those who profess to be their friends and allies should stand by them, hold their position firmly in the ranks, and not by an oveit or covert act of treason, or bv cavilling with friends at home or enemies abroad, throw a wet blanket over the hal lowed cause for which we are all professedly struggling. We hope the Tribune may make a note of this. It is an unquestionable fact that the sad reverse to our arms at Manassas might have been averted with proper care, caution and above all, patience on the part of our lead ers. We might possibly, had we time or space, dilate as largely, and -perhaps as un deistandlngly and learnodiy, as has the Trib une in regard to this matter. We might have asked, peihaps, in the first place, that Gen. Scott should not have paid heed to puerile newspaper clamor, and that he should have rmt his ears to the frantic cry of On to Richmond 1" which has been rung for the past few weeks. We might have elaborated our own personal knowledge of the country around, and the various passes through, the Al'eodianies, the Cumberland and Blue Ridge of Virginia, and warnef Gen. Scott of the impossibility of bringing Generals McClellan and Patterson to his aid at Manassas on the day of lib approach there. Iu short we might have done a "thousand and one things" i reference to this matter, and it is quite possible that Lad we performed all these du ties, our efforts to save the country would have been unavailing. But we are quite sure that had we procured the action of the Gsv ernment in accordance with our direction, we would not turn around and abuse those who had wittingly or unwittingly followed our lead. But with reference to the defeat ! On the one hand it is chronicled as a " sore les son." This is from the Tribune, and, as coming from this quarter, we endorse the sen timent. On the other band we are assured from various other. quarters that it is a lesson which, though perhaps a severe one, is yet such a lesson as may prove a profitable and paying one. We are inclined to invest our stock of belief in the latter. Bad sores, it has been said, need deep cauterization, and it is quite possible that there are now bad sores iu the body politic of the country. But if so, we believe them to bo simply excrescent tumors, and that the intelligent quack doc tors of the masses will fully appreciate the disonse and apply the fitting remedy. STATE ITEMS. A company called the Bennington Mus ketceis has been organized in Bennington, with Hon. A. B. Gardner as Captain. The object of the members is to pr epare bv drill and experience, and be ready to volunteer whenever duty shall seem to call. On the stafl of the flag presented by E. b Colburn, of Newport, to Company B, at Camp Baxter on the 17th, was inscribed the following motto: "In the name of the Great Jehovah, and the Continental Congress." It is rumored that the 1st Regiment, on their return to Vermont, an: to be taken to Brattleboro, where they are to be mustered out of the service of the United States. The Middlebtiry Register says that Os car Moody, of Cornwall, who-e whereabouts have not been known for some two year-, re cently reported to his friend- that he wa- in Capt. Duubleday'. command in the army, and that lie was in Eort Sumter through the siege. The Orleans -ci-jury Republican Con vention is to be held at Barton, .Vug. 10. The Freeman says Governor Fairbanks, with iii- characteristic promptness a..d effi ciency, has procured and sent forward the necessary horses and army wagons for the use of the Second Vermont Regiment now in Virginia. Two prisoners, named A'-kland Mullen and I'eter IVtru, broke out of the j til at St. Albans, during the night of the lth. Sheriif Sherman has offered S-2-: dollars reward ibr their arrest. The Grand Isle Republican County Convention struck nut rh word 1!.-T.iih!iean in ih; call and inserted Freemen. They passed the resolution adopted by the State Convention at Montpelier. The house of Ambrose Tavior in Wash- ington, wa struck by lightning on Friday of last week. The lightning passed down the chimney and stove-pipe to nearly evet y portion of the house, and Mr. and Mrs. T., who were sitting near the stove, narrowlv escaped injury. The house was slightly burned in several places. The lightning al- so struck the house of tuincy O. Ca'ef, do ing slight damage also the barn of Barak Smith, injuring it sl'ghtSy. S v ia! trees were also struck. It was the most terrific scene ever witnessed in that town. The panic at Centre v. lie, says thcN. V. Tribune, is not a novelty in warfare. The best disciplined troops of Eurojn; have been guilty of them far less excusably than uur men in Virginia. Such was the famous flight of French and Sardinian troops iroai Castig licne to Brescia, the day after the great bat tle of Solferino. There the successful sol diers were resting from the fatigues of the fight, when five Austrian who had l -en hid den in the bushes came, oat into the open field to surrender themelve. Instantly, the cry of' -The Austrian are coining 1" wa raised. From that simple incident arose a panic. Fvr 17 miles, all the way to Brescia, the road was filled with a living mass ul hor-e and toot: wagons and ambulances were emptied of their wounded, and every body seemed beside themselves with tenor. Some fifteen thousand men were engaged iu this panic, and the ljssof life from it wa verv considerable. OitANOK Cot'Niv Cin'vk:.tii. The Orange County Republicans met in Conven tion at Chelsea, on Wednesday, and unani mously nominated the tallowing officers : Senators, Horatio Brock, of Newbury, Z. M. Upham, of Brooklleld ; a-sisfant judges, Ly man Hinckley of Thetford, Elisha T. Tracey of Tunbridge ; sheriff, Wm. T. George, of Topsham ; high bailiff, M. M. Avery of Cor inth ; state's attorney, Roswell Farnham of Bradford. Pink Hill Cemetkkt. We are pleased to see that the committee upon whom devolves the duty of laying out and arranging the grounds at Pine Hill Cemetery, are making fine progress, and we learn that they design to lay out a specified number of lots for sale immediately. These grounds are now open to the inspec tion of the public, and a visit to them cannot fail to gratify those who choose to ride or walk over them. Orange County. The Republicans and Democrats of Orange county met in separ ate conventions at Chelse a, on the 1 7th inst., for the purpose of agretirg upon a Union platform, and a Union county ticket to be supported by both parties at the next elec tion. Each convention appointed a com mittee of conference ; and on the meeting of the committees a proposition was submitted a-the Democratic ultimatum. The ultimatum, however, was ultimately rejected by the Re publican convention, whereupon the Dem ocrats passed resolutions, inviting " all those who are opposed to mere partizan strife, for partizan purposes," to meet with them in a " People's Convention," on the 14th of August, for the purpose of nominat- ing true Union men for county officers, with out regard to former political antecedents. So we learn from the Bellows Falls Ar "US. Coi.oxri. run 1111: 1 iin;i Rkgimi:t. The Caledonian sa s the Colonelcy of the Third Yermoiit Regiment has been tendered to Capt. Seymour o! 'he I.'. S. A rim . but t War D.-'iartmei.t refuses to ich.-i-e him i from the regular serve Gov. Fai rn.f has also urged Col. i'le-ips to take eoiiirnand, but without sueess. And he has ;ii-o vaiidy t n!cavoicd tcitiduce Capt Colburn. of Ca tle.ton, to accept the p-j-ition. Tiie iirobabii ity now is that Cap'. '. -. F. Smith, ot the Engineer Department of the regular service, will have the command of the Regiment as j Colonel. He was expected to be in St. Johrisbury. to take command, and depart with the Regiment on We inesdav. The following i a correct list ot' tie; 1 e l i and Stall officers of th- Tfiiid V.-rmont Reg- inent : Lieut. Hv.le. Maior- Colorn l. C okntiian ling Breed -W. W. C 1. Adjut in: A-.i I'. B; int. iaar!er-m i-tcr R dfield 1'io-to: Surgeon ti-'iirv . ire Ass"t Surgeon DafVid 'd. I too l "iii Sergeatit Majoi lJ- o Hyde. ( ii ter-m t-'er S -rg i John '. lltm-' Com. Serg .-att II. H. Mathev,-. Hospital Steward Wm. L. J.vk;- :i. Frirc ijial ' Se iiitiur O. Cook. .Musicians . lienrv Cro-sm it. Chatiiain Moses if. 1'armb Til.. SKCOMf VlKMDNT Rki.IMKS'I. It has been ascertain believe, 'ha' noi,e of 2 1 regiment were kil battie at Manassas. d. to a he !,-M cert iintv we the 1 1. ed or wouiide 1 :n the 1 lie i iccui an !:ah eene.l a .fispati !i sta'ing that all the the MonTliehi-r comj lommis-ioued officer of 1 uiih a: riii- i. i' I'nva'e W. S. HutJ v i,t company B. ' has telegraphed from! Alexandria to Dr. Har it he is sate" and un- h-gratn hs b-en re-:!..- Liei tenants of the that no one of that 1. and only one man irisOii-r. i wood Ot this plac..' th, : hurt. We learn that a t j ceived from one- i Bennington lOinpan; ' ccmtianv wa- kilh ' wounded and taken ' ; --.John Smiih" i j calling himself John Jail. A young man pmith, apparently about -g 1 ears of' age. and who professes to hail irre-ted in tiiis place in jaH for tfiekitig the n the Saratoga train, boat no ei. The ;!..-ft - the train was s'fppi:.g. i from Montreal, was i Tuesday, and lodge . pocket ot a : which arriv ladv .1 . c : was coinmit'e ,1 USt ! and tie- la.ly it 1 loss fointt-d out :;iati-fv iliuvei i; g ! 'e hici' to ,-OlSle by -.-:;!.!-d. an d w is purued p.i-t House uji into the li-1 1 he hou-e of Mr. Am- i ers, whereupon he 1 : v'a-hington Engine and i aptui e l near j brcse. : I he amount o: nin-v taKcti was niy two or thro- dollars, whi : found upon i is p- r- . cretid or thi-w ;iwa i sage ticket an 1 a M; i Wi-i e ;il.-o am nig t:.e i, as i' was not to lie n. it 's sun I ! le sC- itz hi- -i;. A ,tli d aiiiiiid lbr his i V i : app i.; ay at, an, ; A to 'it' OS Countv C ; A stall; ci herds-grass, the head ; measures nine inches in f-ngti;. was wiileli irou-h: ! into our olliee last evenin v Mr. 1 1 inn on i Ciatk. .Jr.. of ; specimen" of t i have seen. Mendo.. about the -aH-! i - kirid tint v.e re. o'lle. t to DEFENCE OF RED lAi'E. 1 A Washington corn spoiid-nt of the New- York Commercial Advett.ser conic to th-' rescue of - red tan- 'f in the loi'owir.g coget.t teim : ex; and nils. r ition Ui camp I ... r i . i -.- .- : II in.' lias convene ' tiM -t i ei; -i ri -iri tat'C." I see tiiat tajd tap- is nothing '.: o;e or less than a strict cntorcemi-nt ol rui-s. made t y honest ami w;sj oiii.-crs, on sound iirinciiiles of action. I see that red tap. 1, trolii" to nieces, lo-t in a pathless forest Of new particulars. I see that red tape Safely guides each man through a labyrinth. 1 see that red tape ties the hands of un counted numbers who might be tempted to defraud. I see that red tape feel inclined to exae is light. I -ire. that red tapi checks any who might ju-t a little more than holds back an aruiv from sinking into Luexplorel depths of Rt;d tape takes 'agjreat deal of time, but it is time woith les thaju the order it ensures, or the money ir savei. Red tape is anijoylng to the individual, but annoyance is more easily endured than dis order or disgrace. A volunteer, who has always managed his own business at home successfully, rapidly and independently, finds it hard to bo brought up snort at every turn by a little piece of ret tape. It is harjd. He grumbles dreadfully, if indeed he dots not indulge iu more unseem ly vituperations. I wish ho would picture to himself an administration without red tape. I think he would afterwards endure his littl i piece of the slandered article with patience and even with respect and approval. It wa9 hard for mo to consume a day in gett ing some bay and oats for " Banner." I saw an abundance of hay, but it was all safelv tied up in red tape. I discerned uncounted bags of oats, but each bag was tied with red tape, and enclosed by a cordon of red tape. But when I learned by experience that the using up of a day was partly from my own ignorance, wdien I saw that the forms thro' which I was forced to go, and the duplicate papers I was obliged to make out, the orders I must obtain, and the reeeir.ts 1 inu-t iiv ; Were each and all necessary protections to j hundreds ol thousands of dollars invested by t Iiele Siim in iirovisinn for toons;, nil r.l horses, I ch-eTlully submitted to the red tape, anil 1 nave been a happier, a better and wi-er man in consequent;-'. Mour. Mi;.v. Tiji- a Imini-tra'ion i., not to be held responsible for a teiporarv de 1 at. Its appoinfincnt '' in-onrijet"nt or cor rupt officials can l.c plained away. Mos el its ineas:.:re.-. wl.e'hcr for 'good or -i!, have reasons. But tie- ddic-rd'h's. all j-.'ong interposed in the foi iiiation ol obii,'eer re;-ill,-tit-, the coM-shvrder given to the wo-ild-b.- d'.-feielers i -v co. in;!'. . a.d t.'ie geji- er.-l imp:';sion l';at t- G veriini -n'. eoMerniig, r ith -r ;h iu n-e.-iving a ftvo aeecptn.g th--e p,i'; io i filii "i-i h-ivc 1 1.1 -n alike inexplicable and inisi hievou--. But a !. w state of' th'ns I. as dawned. Oil Moii 1 iy ,ve I e j. !, t! e recur ot' the war department were : i t .h- i'-d. ;m i the ten ders ot regiment-, ih.it w.-ie so rceiitiv tieati-d with chilling ijegh-ct. were accepted wi'h jih-astire. Not -. uioiin-nt t' ;xjri chines this recognition of the military spirit of our people, and it must not ,-topLc'e. Let everv man who is willing u, serve his countrv. be gladlr welcoa;el to the rink-, till the ,V0.- OOll W.n sh !:a!l ie rtis..,i, o:- whom ooo.o,.io. 'i-' ) has been vo iii. iis,. arinv mav i. I he' ej. n-e of an im- .'I'-tW, Jy i,...vv i... less tnan that of two or jfirc. 'he nation will gia iiy pa tie iti a su .c.-.s.; , .va: . J..-t ,.,: t R:ejJtiOi;d be w'h ;4t e-a-t repulses, and ! I.I- i:.c-.n. d next aiv.-nce t'n Ire, :.ij isaiel ne ii . i:.-o- t t ,j UIV tie, l Ci !. V ' il'. i jciltry ( j v s . .M i.vvi i :.. 1 i,. i' uct o! 'h s , (h b. yood all tcTeaMig : O.V!l Il'e. Wi Uinaleiv th 1 M .:. lav. wa- 11 is ;:o:;s t raiiv our mm. in-:. t r;-K o - ' .:. rliu.uih. l.'tnor Mii ' oui i Lot be I . o! i .-rte.l hy hl I'o- 'he lills , 're.iti.-s or exauipl '. i b li our soldier?, aa har-l.y iioi 1 their Few bads ill e engage 1, had been 1 comiiiat.der i espo:. - ;' i whi !i raw icrrui - w con mo, ,i h 'a in .re pr- :sioii. j .vfi :.v- t r mistakes than tii.-t of S.jt. ny ';)-:. till a tamped- cos i - 1 bevo:, 1 the t-jw.-r of man ael. We u i-l-STavi ileal ; (;... McDj I t.ToC-- O !:iili.s-ii as .1 h having no f.- A aiii tu.iig La- a .-tarn r lie ha i -;'. !.-.. I'-'lVer hliu iro'.i I'nfoitLiiiateiy in ;ii ah d n-ishan sod. "and iod 1" g aii'.-::.- r." t . .: i t ,n .i. . Oiu .a ii extent that We cm otii v voiid-:r i- conse quences were not n ore t- mole. Popular rtpplati-e cniv toll ow uice--. ;it.d for tin- rea-.ei (b.ti. M- J.j il's bono: .tide p;;it Sii..l.. ..f.ttie , i i i , Or! U1UI t tliill ( Looked. :i '-j result -to-s not d -tra' t Irom hi- m-iit ,i- . -oidiei an 1 a emm m ier. i.or doe, ,; i . : i4.. -figh:,-: t.ian l -r on i.is j-ait. W- trust :h. t the w 4r will c : ;t:!ord linn oj-; iy n.i th - i -1 1 o! i.iitarv r 4lc; : . v i jrv 'anni-nT 'I'ru'j IFic. Pi.-rAOh ox I'iiiMii' Maiu::. It atitioute e : ing ' he i i- li a'l'no: a Ituinis'i- ':. aldioi n. j cj-tnitisti .1 di:--iver- lax in 'i-.m at. parti, tila- lv i tratisict.:. 1c t tie p .s - f- r- vii,i t t i : a :: : . : i i u ; :) v-: ::: on print i m i Whether r--g il I c 'a- nt w,l t. ;,;.! Co; 01 l !v ::: t ni. is s.ai ! that Mr. B !'! -:a i a We. :.. iiVi'b,. vi', s. ,., me-s-i c e;t , !-W tie- j ... -. 1. - - vi.o:i O! t.e Oh. ' .1- C 'I-.:. -: Mr. lie. a,. a:. ii N. Bi i i:i.o i.;' l'catitegaid sent .) :i i i - J .l - :i . Su:.,l il e eTiln sia'eiia-i:: at. 1 :; o '--s i .-.ttle i is, i t';..;n ! !' 's-es-loti ot 'l.e li. 1 !. siih-s is iiiju.eii -c. ' Fu.-i Vr.i:v:-.M Hi. hc-. oua: s taa: n. : hat ! t,e tii.i' of ' :.- 1 -e o. t c- on :'.. gal . 1 , 1 w,-e 'o i.-ave 1" r. Bi l l j . 1 in. G : I ' i :- t -:e ' .-ii ;ivi!i i ;;c ,' it. o r.;.- :- li. ., I m i i .- i . !aO st if.-:, i has i;c ided Ver.j.on: lb nt .:' A i tu-' . i i.ey 1 :::; . n l a - I iy. Ill nek. Brig, (ie:. . lb 1.. had twenty. Ol whom were b.v -. Cities i.i l til. i.t 1 S'.l ''. kite of N-wii I two i hii ir,-:. -ixteeu i ,rI, ,1, r.l al- i.i the naval i-ii'l mili n -;.l ar.' i.i til li c le h tt:.. J,t-s ,e!:u-e"s, tai I -Ian IT'C i" i K'gliu-: i ami on, :i tm Ne I ' 'I i.'. I !!.' tat tie." V, iti tie' Mexv.an w -a. and died in lal, leav ing one hundred and twet.tv !e-: coda;.:. Camt Fihi.s in Dky tiii: Gr.Di NP We observe 'ha' oti- of the olfi -ers of th- regula'-s, a the i ivoua near Btili s Bun tinselled the volunteers how to bun i their CO bress jiij t. sleep on both siil s of them, a'ld advised them to keep them burning all night. os dry grout. 1 woui 1 prevent s' kic s.-. Let 1 all our captains.:.'.:;.! lieutenants niike a note of such tho 'ghtf dues. BiittAiu oi- NKfitiAi.iiT Laws." Under this cap-ion the lloatrea! Advertiser tails the attention to the fact that a hard ware house of' Montreal has contracted with the United States Government to supply it with 3oi),0o0 stand of arms, which are to' be manufactured iu Germany and delivered at Montreal. XfrltVK ftl'.TI.VI Hit, Tliirfyfeeventh Conjf r-.-- t'.xtrjt -ton j Wash i.igtoii, July 23. Mr. Sumner from the com nittee on foreign relations reported back the message in relation to the fisheries w.ica was pos iioned till the first Monday of next session. A fib from the same committee a joint resolution inat the President take such measures as stem .est in relation to the world's fair in Loudon. ,aid over. Mr. Wilson from the commute on Military af fairs reported back the bill to provide tor the transportation of anus and n unitions of war to the loyal citiz;n of the rebc States and pro- viae lor ti,e expense ot organizing them into regiments &c. The bill makis an appropriation Of ' S20.OW.O00. Passed. I Mr. Shermun from the finance conirni::ee re ' ported hack the bni to refund duties ou ; rm;j imported by States, l'as-d. j ir. Luwen irom Uii coruaittee in the Ju li ciary reported a bill to prevent Iraul in rrnking contracts with tbe government. Laid over. " I he Senate went int. cxc ut ve si j tua reoj.ei i.j- of the doors lllC s.-utie a jjoune. d iort . IfOUHl Mr. Hureett n-k'.d l..ave to ti r a n.-s..titio calling on tne S. i retary o: War to r.l cm t. Il.ius.; whether tiiere ! negroyi :.r. the Liti:e ' Sl-ic, ,i;i U .v.; been e.'iJi -.1. .i whether therj ar- u:.(.,t- 'he r r...i.v -t a in !:,t itv.i,;.:j s;,i' ,, ;,eol..,,: Il U 'J ! V '."J. ;tl ;ny ill t .r , veig u:, t, " j. r. s r i in ; .-' - , M'i 111'. I.ti'll- ! V- .r tj. s, sv. , ::,,, f,, ' urioi., e .j.-et.ot.s mere r.iud to! j I ii or o, ; r.-v ! ci :.-1 t , j . ,,, , j On icrcc! ol Mr. 1;,.,t a e encn.-.: : :,.; ww onl-i' i o:i '.jc ii-i.-r. --i: : ire fits o tr.e tv. o , , t , the ..! t i .tr i . -.1 .; e -: i e li l : j - j the i ;-;-:it in..:: try c-:.thi:-iiiii Mr. 1'or!-r ii j ui c 1 a i.vi .r, .; i i bito two yx i -.ai 'loiNi;, u i a- ,.: ; ; r.-en: 4!i,rri. t cirt. an-!. a . u . r, t . .;i i ft' t.o'i i Mr il -.:." ol ..'..- uri t o i.i-ti ic: c iui:.- m Mi-,. Oic r;i : cvur: m t.-.ir i-.-j.i. y.;a- 7 1, l. ivs ',, 1 he th! respecting -..i. j romi-isory tote wa tti.5 t:,e Judiciary Committte. Mr. Stevens. fro:n the ( Jii i rt-i i.i hi.! 1 h. of 1 rch.-rn d to ornxi'Te-j o'i W - nd Meutis, rcporied a hill j.rovi img lor h i ii i.ouai revenue t jr :-:r.. v ( i riimei.t st. a u.aiu-a g tr,e t-Xpe e, fr. e r.g the ;uhl:c,f.i . ::'. tax r..j in er;.a: Com'ni oj f.e 'ni n. ; g ir; s..--,- , -;i i i .t , . r. .- oy the as'ri.j,; tJ A , ijtie-. l.t!ti:id '.) t W fioi-.- on tf e s: i'.- i t ... Mr. Bur:,e:t i:,.-:. ..tU- nouuce :.is re-o.o ii'i. : ii.ci o: ( .c I.-.y o i.e.:. on llou t-'i ; ,ur:e. i verv ii. a ! . : v.v lag ' a; ' . : r itivi l ;. I . .- ::) , If a -e ., ., v. i i: '.ro... t....: - me t l .- a: c terve tc. 1 -a i::i::.c:i.:'ra :t .-: a '. lie.i t ii. .c: .r-. n ,,r 1 O A'-.-Utit 1 Ogltil,-- tor ( j j l -ake s..:J ii 'Jga .hors-; it! i. .tiling t Stg'.ed 'C-rv .He J-j' -.- 22. ' V M C'O.. .-V.l ;.- some ori.-. . I tn. iii 'o id', "j,: jhs"v. 1 rai.kloi briaie. ;g c o-g:.t i:.' iti-r !. .-; ta: at IllO.lt Jriiia-i i .hir :: raitl-.h: t. 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At l't nereur thj reliefs wer- ranaAiTt th tvidies of ouriWi All &ecwent agres tba: the tcnir -erc con Uaufc'.Sv rfcicforco-1 w !l !reh ttop. the Ir.'tcr k'jpplying; tha o!a:e t.-rie I iv our charges f those driven from !.r from IVuchinjc-toa. , l- "-hieg'on. ju. g.'t 1 .) morning IVnn.v!v..i;t Ave Luc ...J stress present a lively appearand, (be sr.LUer i.i various gaai are tiller winding their lt to their rcsp-ective pUres of rendezvous o- enter taming bull anxious and carious persons with adluiorul incidents of the U;tis and the uh. e quent stampede. VariutM group, are br.v h'enmg up their i.i. kets or '--paring the djm; to ire ir -mall arms and wardrobes. i he morning is t: .a),i,-i , . UUiri fairs in ordT r.n the Wj,, wl-.hi.i" or gina! fuSfr- lines. 1 he Fire Z uavm will rr n Jf-v,,- ... .. I -"- qir;-rs ot n; 12'h regiment tr,-,;,-, !..' some he, uraM kn ,w!e.! -e o! :.. ,r ; . 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I' v i ' ::.: 'inao s s.t on . .1- 1' '- r j p.fi.jr-' .f . ..r,- ru' o i , j j - o ui rrioel .t a j- i-re ii cn Oe Itroagiit 1 1 -.: -i ' - -;-"?- - As.. . ' - '. a i . : omny :.-r,iii Iort. I'lta;.. .... i . I.- . ., . , m :-.e i'.-.av II-.ue. - o-n i;-g. ' . - r' e i; .. : . ;: i.arc 1- v..rv a' t'-.e :. U eier !e . --r ;;t: 1 ! t : a', e : . : He tj-i i:fij i.i : o c; '. i . u m-r.rg'.i f r , o nrrc.'-e o -j -. , .-- :-tnt A . -a'.;: : - ing . il Ivi-uz i.cai t3e i r..-. u i V i.i :' e Tr.'..-r;on i . .:::i.l: o.' ihe u: t er 1 f& p',..-1 :: a: i.;;i ;a .. . - . -.. . 1 , ile r 'a.,' J. L Kartz :'. tai U B ' . J u I v :j i :".,:;. tro- "?a-- cau a i-.i-y the A. da-ant 'i.-te r.-.." ode r- g.T.' n'. wis; b? ul- avi J 3t ir. ; order as o""-Ji as ci'-V f; art :n .r. ! Th. - ? i a"d 4th re-imet.t. o-.ie trorn Foi :-: I".-. haV;"' ..-f-l !5B ipr, j f a- , ; i,.. re ? -dar ec-ir:--'I the (' -jtrim r.er; '."'v-r- n v i wed a'l-i a ido by I , jt. Ar.- I": - i . ' v,. t n: '. : e ! -' - : A N. A" ( i "! k si-:a:. i .. M ( : 1 i ii- :::: ::o:.v 1 ,: h- IV ni . i- p -h a; ' .- i -r:.m-o: . N:r thi: G any deti. i r,- y U--'.g.-. ir tie-'lTS pr--; : h -e d' i ; eiti h-n cf .0 t : i g D is a n a; . . '.it, - i - ' '. wth a m- .- id IV-a , '-at i y j:e- who .i n a ( M CI Dt-ir::ti! 1 i"."s ,f r -" : : i ion vr.'. t : . t . a ' T.,r. ill ! -:rg- Ai K I. " Cil!.. g ;. !... 1 :'s:t: j t v. il ia J 'hi B ; t. M a-- te .! i k- 11- ;Iv h..s i.o h--. : or is S;-.rdav !(:. An a't. B rf-i'. ;b--'-.".- . A- M.-..-:, 1 - : ':.- at Miii.-i-Nl- 1- e-t.g. -pu-g-on. the vr--k.' i bis ,j..i,-.s a.s v-.-v it bna to I.'::-- ::-.- a'i at'iii--i - . .,..k .,-..a- -"h . r- 5:,i!, in s '.. own th i H Md:(-1 ai'. !-!- !.,,. , -h:t .'o j-s.i in ,; , r : vv:.' h, it ws i.v.red. w. aid Kll!it!IIiI);:.V. -lie- ' ft d -a t tf : P . .e s'ngiug 1 Loui ilas ct.c iu LUrft tty. Hiss Sally Smith, of B-rhlem. Ct.. -lie I & the 1 ":h inst . t tii- age o: loo vears.