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THE B OELINGTON FKEE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2G 18G4.
HfRblXCTOX FKIBAr MORNING FEBRCARV 26. 1S64. f. k. a. Bolters awd a. 11 K.V EDICT. Profrtttsrs. THE H'CCKLV I'KBE 1'HESS Is pubttsecd every Friday rooming, containing the news ol the we from ill parts, interesting correspondence fna the army, and local ami general inteifigeaee. TERMS. Two Dollars per year. If paid absolutely in advance, t'l 78. Sinfie copies five cents. For rates of Advertising, &c, inquire at the Free Pbess OftTCE, No. 6 College St., Darling ton, Vt. GEO. W. ft O. 0. BENEDICT, Editor ft Proprietor Far County Commissioner, ED-HUND WHITNEY or wtuxstox. We eH the attention of our subawtxjers to the term of subscription at the head of the paper. Thote of our subscribers who hare agreed to furnish us with wood are requested to de liver it at once. The S Kniolluteiit Hill. The new Enrollment act, which pasted both Houses oa Friday 1 n't, contain" the fol lowing es-enlial points in addition to those which we gave of the hill as it first passed the Houh a few (lav before. The art entire if a very long one. 1 . Wlieo tiie quota of any specified prc rinet, such as a town, ward, or ejection dis trict, ia not famished within the requiivd tisw by a draft when ordered or by volun- We now repeat, what we hare said elowhere in this paper, another call will undoubtedly speedily follow the present one. We hope the people of New Hampshire will sot be bamboozled into the idea that they are to escape from further levies of men. Let them bear in mind the Trovost Marshal General's warning, that "another call may be made at any moment," It will surely come, net only tor them, but ijr us also. Sentinel, 1VIA. recent raodifieitiocs of the law making it I is nD longer to be n reproach to our people, more effective, and that lie was for its faith- I' '3 gratifying " see our citizens rise up en , , , . masse nnd declare to King Alcohol "thus lar lul tnjorccment. Ho repeated the Mine in BhsU ,hou aB,, n0 lartiicr." Watchman private to setcral individuals, and on the ; lOti. strength of each assurances receired a large - for the nomination v . I The convent-on of those in favor of License Ma nnir nMr8 11 , and the repeal of the Prohibitory Law, ananon- vote in that Convention, a County Commissioner. The Sentinel remains of the same mind as B! ,he nominee 6f 11 Convention of opponents for Kb!ch haJ lieen pub,ishci in the o. me i.w, ana was voucneu lor.oy a irierta anJ Vf fer a wwk tw0 pt, a. w ho claimed to be authoriied to speak for j -embled in tbe Town Hall on Saturday at 2 P. ' liim before the nominating Committee of that i jj . when it dared the administration to a draft in Vermont. It is as much opposed as Jeff Davis to the calls for troop", by which alone can our armies be sustained ot the strength necessary to the vigorous prosecution of the war. If the Sentinelbid bad its way,our sol diers in the field would long since have bad to sorrei.der to superior forces, the govern ment been left at the inercy of the rebelsnd the Union broken for ever. It looks well in 1 Convention, as opposed to the law, and in J favor of its supcrsedure by a license system. ; We have believed Mr. Mason to be too i honorable a man to go into one Convention, ' stand a a candidate for its nomination, and then accent a nomination from an ormoMnrr Convention. Wo trust ho will at least be such a sheet, to charge the' administration ! sufficiently ont-spolen to let us know which ith prolonging the war ! But for the aid ; of tue tm Conventions was deceived as to his and sympathy given to the rebels by the true position. Will the Ti Jit please show us the propriety of electing to entente a Aiir, a man who is opposed to the Loir. Feee Pats. To bo certainly. A man may favor the repeal SmtineT s faction, the rebellion would now be a thing of the past ; at the door of its .North ern Allies lie a terrible share of the respon sibility for the wane of blood and treasure and snflerine. involved in the ro-otraetkm of a )w "T J J" Prd i's fforce. I mens, nen tne mgltive slave law wasenacteit. tne contest. j i ermont was entirely opposed to it. Were our "The administration dot not want a rii aad constables disqualified fcr the per- wraduig up of the war because that would I IlilieoatererJ tm ,bhorre.I it?-7W. be the winding up o the Ilepubliean party" , m . . :, forsooth! The reason is as absurd as the k-i .. , , ' ' .i w,tn u respcet for am) enforcement of the sertion in false. There is no loucera nation- , , , . ,. Prohibitory Iw, as the Fugitive Slave law al ru publican narty. i . . .. . , received in ermont. We should not. The There are but two parties now one that ! , . ... . . ..... , ,. . , I luuntv (-OmmisiMoner is chosen to eieciite a which deems " ute unconditional nuunte- , , , , ... . . , , particular law, bv which, and with sole reP- nance or the Union, tiie supremacy ot the I , . , . - erence to which, hi office was created. To Constitution and the complete Hijipreion of , , . , .,... . , elect a man to execute such a law who h the rebellion by vurorout' war, and the other , . i. . u- a. i t ji- .- r oppwed to it, is as proper (and no more so.) that which openly or by indirection is for . , , , , . ' . .. . ,, as it would 1 to cho Sheriffs and Consta- compronuee with traitors ami a dishonorable i , , . ' I Mm irlli. nn. nnnn Irri , m Mann I . 1... . ltwl kKu I It V lAAn I'lir ell M M'Wj.in . .T I II f toe (rtivemment, ilz. Lincoln has labored and is laboring with an tarnwtness and cuurleness of purpose, which has secured the recognition and challenged the admiration of i true and honest men the wxrltl over. It will rest of crimioak for any cause, to the collec- tion of dobte, or the maintenance of public oruVr. The logic of the Times is poor. We assure our friends of tlw Timrs that tcers, then other drafts are to be made there- nothi from h well earned bme that C "f rrOWdi0ff' '' ,be UoMe in till the quota it- lillod. 2. Connnutatim money shall not exempt the one paying it for more than one year. 3. Those who by violence, threats, coun sel, encouragement to or conspiracy with others, endeavor to binder the arolliient, or the arresting of a spy or deserter, ere liable to fine not exceeding five thousand dol lars and imprisonment not exceeding five years, or to both. 4. Boards of Enrollment or members thereof hate power to summon witnesses and administer oaths. Perjury by a witness is punishable with heavy fine and ponisb uefit. 5. No person by reason of fmrttgn birth or o&raooe, provided he has at nay time voted or held office under the laws of a State or of the United States, shall he exempt from enrollment and d.aft. The fact that he has rated or held office as aforesaid, is to be taken a condnsire evidence that be is not to be exempted on account of alienage.. 6. Any one who gets exempted under fraudulent pretenses of his own procuring is to be considered a deserter, and held to foil performanee of his military duty, as if not exempted. 7 Any one fraadalentlr procuring the exemption of a drafted person is liable to im prisonment for the time for which the same shall have bees drafted. 8. Attorneys' and agents' fees tor papers and services in procuring eK'mption.shall in no one case exceed five io!1bi. PhvMciaus and surgeons siia'! '.avo n.i ; e for cvrtifieates f disability. '. i iws Hii regulation. or t! e rendering a: servitv lr OMnpensstion j by any off r. 'ri. or .ieputv connected with the b !-: t-nwti m'nt. soali be eon- j . . - I 1 ....-l. !,l,l I rv fiue and iiiH'ri mur-m . ' Anj nn mwr of a l mrd enroU mnt. clerk ir a-i-uiiii v.u :.ls directly or indirectly in e'tin ultiiutes, or in getting exempted l,ir nnml riisaoiliiy on Iraudu leut grooxt'.4 i- jimii .:ib!f b fine r.nd im-riMtnmeat. he has bad to do it in spite of the opposition of a mercenary crew, who save all their hard words for the stardieet enemies of the Southern confederacy whore bigheat long ing is for a return to the time when the slaveholder's whip cracked around Ier ears as well as those of his chattel'', and for a restored Union, in which theSomhern Dem- Convention on Saturday was intended to lie :..!.- ..... ... . .1 . . r I r . . - c , - , . , ,. . , Huntington by some one else. any detailed description of the coniosition of the Convention, or enlarging on tbe lu dicrous side ot tbe proceedings ; and that we have taken great credit for forbearance in so doing. If the Times will mention the par- About 140 persons were present, of whom 20 or 80 were spectators merely. The convention was called to order by C. A. Hoyt Esq. of Burlington, who read the call and called for a nomination of a chairman. After a somewhat prolonged silence. Harry Hatch nominated Saul Bishop of Richmond for chairman, and the question being put by Mr. Hcyt, Mr. Bishop was chosen. Mr. Bishop rose and said that presiding at public meetings was something he did not un derstand and did not crave. He must therefore ask the convention to excuse him. Oa motion Mr. Bishop was exeuscd. ' I.. G. Rigelow liq, of Burlington, was next nominated. He also declined to serve, and U(n motion be was excused. Geo. H. Rigelow Esq. then nominated Henry Stanton of Burlington. Mr. Hoyt, without putting the question on Mr. Stanton's nomination, said that he would take the liberty of nominating Judge Vanawklin ; and putting tbe nomination. Judge V. wa de clared elected. Judge Vansicklin raid be was not afraid to serve as Chairman; bat owing to imperfection of hearing he couM not preside suitably, and mutt decline. Mr. Hoyt having left the tand. Ir. Fairefaill of Milton, after short delay, roe awl put tbe question on excusing Judge V. The noes were obviously in the majority and the Jtulge was de clared not excused. He however etill declined; ti. H. Bigdow thereupon moved that he be ex I eased, and tbe motion being put hy Mr. Iligelow Judge V. was excused. I Two or three nominatiou were made in dif 1 ferent parts of the house. John Arnold wa I nominated bv some one, and It. M. Judon of The que-tion was put on Mr. Jadson and he was chosen. lie, however, declared that he mast decline, as be labored under the same disadvantage a Mr. Vansicklin. The Cemetery QneMion, Wc wish to draw the notice of the voters of this Town to the Oth and 10th articles of , the warning for Town Jleeting just published. The subject embraced in them is one of very great importance. The absolute need of enlarged cemetery ground has been pressed on the attention of the citizens of this place j repeated! v within the last three or four years b.it thi far no very positive action has been aken on it. The nearest approach ; to it was made last year, when under the I expectation, or contingency rather, that a I Cemetery Association would be formed, which would purchase and lay out adequate ; grounds, the Town authoriied the Selectmen . to expend a sum not exceeding $2000, for the purchase of ground or lots therein. Nothing however has been done towards or- 1 ganiiing a Cemetery Association though 1 an expired act of the Legislature authorizing ! it was revived at the last session, so'as to be ' ciety recently formed in Hydepark. and was I Ta Boldest JIovemeat or thf WaR.-n , , ew iim,!,,,,,,. ordained on the 23d. .A . officiaf despatch to the rebel War nepartmenti " vilm)l j. , Bosmaiimmt TbeKcv. A.A.Smith was ordained and , "erdateV tic 18th in- . annime, Oen. j ......jg, p.j,,,', gfi, installed as putor over the Congregational SnEKarrival with a , lutnn ,.f '".OOU kvlmy,ri rh.,h. ; vr,.M r,A rvvell. on the men at vuitman. on .ui.mie ami wn fc ,r,v. Ilthinst. The IrasburgSWarrfsavs this! Kailroad. Quitman .. ab.ut tw.nty-five is the first ordination in the .Mis-.sco valley n south of MetidMn.andlingtb,,s taken for fifteen years. in rsver,.that.imrrtitaRasfci'- P"'n , r ' of intersection of the Jlobile arsl (tno end A patent was issued last wk F. J. , Railrand-was evac- Lnderwood of South Ilardwick. t.. for im- j nn Ufh fa.u Con. provement in siniion inuicaiora. . . . , . . , . . . , i j i eidennc tnat this march of a honored ana, i,:no. -,-,,,-, h,,. littl.- !., A freight train ran off the track on tie j fift miWhas been awx-mplisbedn tm fey, mm., lbat ,m ,P mis.t . i-assumiisicii.it. las. weeK oeaoiTu.. a. tlt reMIfdo U)t on.!,,TBit'it'.'lep Uey tche: rairiee, uj- me urcaaing ' ra"'""' characterize it a " without compart-on. tne cars were smhed. hoit movement of the ar.w ' ' l.iWV.N J5EI.1 hip.. I' I. E.lit.1 i.t i Bietie. In two 1. fi . N w , Harper Broth.-r- Within a year or two past. tr-it f (6 lr..m the stage of earthly action, a-, man, of whom tbe younger porti There have been fifteen cases of smallpox in Iiradford recently. A Fir-t National Bank has been establish ed at St. Albans, with a capital of $100,000. Edward Ito-c stole 70 and a watch chain from Jacob I'lesoutt of Duminerston, for avanaoie u wantca, any time witmn tms wbom b(, workingi Utl, . was ar. rested and i-ent to j.iil to await trial. the probability is that an important law enacted at the last session, as an addition to Juhn Stu,rn BnJ Jo,m Ita" the law in the General Statutes on the sub- American Moose. Itrattleboro, have l,een jeetor " Public Burial (irounds and their iauM T rr 1,10 KvonX for ""S enlargement," will make any organization ) "'Ir. anl P11 ",llV of a private ourjoration for cemetery pur- 1 were ,inal W and c""t' poses unneccssarv. Thi act empowers tbe . " ii r -. . Sraiots ltntKoin Aiidi.t. Issorl.irE. Town to place any or all of its ccmctcrm, ( .,v fa (n thc ,.utlari( ,, w-h. umler thc charge ol five commissioners elect- ington llailroad. on ThurMlav. when near 1 ed by thc Town one to go out of office and I Pawlet, met with a deplorable accident, re- From Quitman to Mobile Gat. Sherman has a march due south of a little better than a hundred miles. Maj. Milo.m, U S. paymaster, was rob bed on Monday night in Washington, of 70,000, which ha had jatt drawn from the Trea-nry to joy some regiment in the front, and had placed in a trunk under bis Kil. Tbe trunk was taken dttrhig the night and was found n the morning ia the 'table broken ttpi-n. A number f arrests have been made on w--icn. Ninetken of the sttvrage passengers aad crew arc tatating fmn tha 317 iTHae who nere dn bonrd the steamer ItoheasMa. wrivkcl in PotUsfsI harbor. suiting in thc death engineer, and seriously injn one to be elected yearly, tliusgivingso much ' orjrmaneney to tbe hoard as shall in-uro . thc firiwlr)i A. II. P'inney, conductor, Mr. an intelligent awl systematic care of the 1 i'oucner, express mcsseiiger, arm .luage ..nitc nnj . r. .1.,:..,. ..r ,l. I len ot Salem. .. l . ocrats as of old should hold toe power and , ' ,, , T .. A. . . , 1 , or unfair, we will make due mrrcction. dispense the pap ; and who for such poor i pay a. received of old wUd be eonteat w- , u Mf again to be the hewers of wood sod earners cn. . , , . . , . . . Sbelburne whose name appears in tbe report of water the very turnspits and spaniels, of , . ,. . . . ' as member of the eommittee on nominations, to state that be was not present at the con vention, that his name was used without au thority, and that he is emphatically in favor of supporting the I'rohibitory law. lie does not dVure to be flatted among tbe friends of "license" who called and carried on that convention. tbe traitors who have reddened tbe country with blood, in an attempt to destroy the government they could no longer control. National Coarentia. The Union National C 'inanltcr met at thc residence .if ?iet..i"r M -ig.il! at Wiwtixitun Muii'lay, and w- milt") to .tnler b that g-ixieman as CKairiu t.. Ihm. fww.ipi Mc ' f '.'le-sxm of Pa., wks eiec:i d .iretary I the t oniioittee. in t,tceiit ll i;. tie . Fia of N. U.. wbo is absent from the cnintry. I nn eonsultati. n a call wan unanimously adopted for a National Convention, in the following terms The undersigned, who hy original appoint ment or r ubsequent designation to ml vacancies, constitute the Executive Committee created by the National r.nveution. held at Caieago i,n the 10th day ot Mav. 1N50, do hereby txVL up-o all qualifieti voters who de-ire the unconditional maintenance of the I nion, the supremacy of the Constitution ni the coiopiete suppres sion of tbe rtheiiioD Willi tbe caow thereof by vigorous war at. 1 ail apt and efficient means, to ser.duelegates 1 a Convent u to assemble at Baltihobe, ov Tcxsoav, the Sevexth Pat of Jim.. lt"51.at 12o'cl.-k. M., fur the purpose of presenting candidates fv the offices of Presidei.t and Vice Prearleiit of tbe United States. Each state havinir a representa- j tation in Congress, will be entitl'it to a- ronny delegates as shall be equal to t wi':e t he number of electors to which such State is eutitled in the electoral college of the United States. A resolution was also adopted inviting the Territories and the District of Cdumbia to send delegates, subject to the determination by the Convention of their right t'i vote. Tbe Committee agretd to meet again at thc call of the Chairman. Those present were Messrs. E. D. Morgan of N. Y., Lawrence Brainerd of Vt., John Z. Goodrich of Mass., Thou. U Turner of R. I., Gideon We'les of Conn., Penning Ducr of N J., Edward McPhereon ot Pa , N. B. Smithers of Del., James S. Wagner of Jld., Tbomas Spooner ol Ohio, Henry S. Lane of Ind., Ebenezer Peck of 111., 11. M. iloxie ot Iowa. W. P. Wasuburnc of Minn., Corne lius Cole of C'al., . U. Irish of Nebraska. Joseph G. Erhart of I). C. The Coniuiiuv wiie entircl;, unanimous in their proceedings, and adjournd in the best jxjesible spirits We nouci- that Gov. Gilmore, while .mnounc ing the tact that no .Ir.ift :s to lud m hi state unuer uk i rim l.i!1, urges tin- ps'j.l. (.f the stale to .nil." r. nuiiudili.' t'l.-u j pat "ofaer calh .o ' '.". i.fsn th- " In - j. a forcible and nts-ossarj remioder. 1 no . K may be assart.! mat they will have tlo - u. -.' and at no distant 'lav either, to rer;. tlii I .. anl they may kok for a coatinoal recti 1 1 ' n ot m n calls, so long as I tie Ueftructive p- 1 i l tit' A few words to Tempernnro DIcn. We do not incjade among Temfwranee men all who call themselves friends of Tern, perance, for that phrase indades everybody. Tbe occasional drinker, tbe canfiiuwd tippler and tbe inveterate sot ; tbe good natured fellow who invites his friends to drink from mere companionship and the runv-eDer who cares not who he ruins provided be can made money from the sale of his drams of all these yon will mad no one who claims to be a friend of intemperance. No ! AH are " friends of temperance" they believe in drinking, but with moderation. To these wc hate nothing to say at thw time. We speak to Temperance, men, men who abstain from intoxicating drinks and wish others to do ". ioen who wish to Stop off intempe rance by all proper means, and all such I usages and practices in society as long expe rience has shown to letd directly to it. Some of you we trust not many ham taken op with tbe nnel doctrine that a hctsw system will do more for tbe cause of Temperance than tbe prohibitory law can do, and are now calling for tbe repeal of tbe mw and the substitution of a license system in its stead. Now we ask you to consider for a few mo ments what yon are doing and in whose cauc you are laboring. Do you not expect all those who have been most flagrant viola tors of thc law from the first, all those who are most exposed to tbe rnin of intemperance bct-aiier they are bent npon occasional indul gence in intoxicating drinks, all tbe ineorri gible drinkers, who in some way will find in- dal-nce to their craving appetite, no mat ter what misery it brings on their families we say. do you sot expect all these to go as one man for the repeal of tbe prohibitory law, and for the enactment of a license sys tem in its place, and just now to vote for a County Coauuiseiooer put in nomination in opposition to tne unexceptionable candidate nominated hy tbe Temperance men ? Von know that they will. Do you expect in this way to promote tbe cause of Temperance? Grant that all has not been done to check in temperance under tho iirobibitory law which you hoped would have been done, or which ought to have been done, do you hope that by going oar to n system under which pre vious generations found intemperance in creasing every year, you arc going to see more accomplished ior its diminution than can be under the irohibitory law, if you will give your steady aid to its enforcement ? Remember that fcr several years of tbe pe riod during which the prohibitory Law has been on trial it labored under drawbacks from serioos imperfections in thc Statute, and that for the last three it has suffered from disturbing influences arising from thc excited state of tbe country. Remember too, on the other band, that thc license sys tem was tried for ronerttions, under the most favorable circumstances, and was found utterly wanting as a repressive measure. Ob ! but, say thc advocates of this back ward movement, wc are for a " stringent license" system. Indeed! Just go bacK to tbe Statutes of this State from early days down to the time when a change of system was found necessary, and you will find re peated enactments all intended to make thc License s; i-tciu more nnd more stringent. But all av.tiln! mining. Intemperance in creased : b g:try .ind i-ri'ne la-cause of in- same. It moreover ifforides for the sale, , wnjeh nrew thc engim-ami 'passenger cars I within reasonable limits, ot lots to indivi duals who wish to buy for the use of fami lies, and secures the preservation of tbe same again't all future contingencies the niuney from tbe rale to make in the Town Treasury a separate fund, solely applicable to tbe 4irposc of thc cemetery, such as de f ravine the extne ot nurchasine the ground, ami preserving and embeilishing ! fmclMr-"?SCTi ... ; len, are not seriously injured. llutknd tltr- tbem. In thw nay private and public in- w-j tercets' are combined in a way tieneficial fur all. We have not space to enumerate 1 The Scizid I.iqroR. About eisht ban the several provisions of the law, hut it I seems to have been w iely trained for the of Jo-eph 'WW. 'hf ! Frlt vltn Orrtomf, Ha-imlmg a ccJeateL slv injuring Klijah Heed, . unve arrived at it uimHipnwrg, vs., awvrma; 50 saved oat of the 103 who escaped from Ubby prison The ltklimOml papers say tbey have reseapttinal lf. 'M tnw II completelv off the track. Tbe rngia was still out. totally wrecked, ami the passenger cars pret- ''ih? tewVremaia. were broughton to I "- '" ". this village Thursday, night. Ilo was eon- I Taesday, by a large majenty vaMm raaotu- idered one of tbe most reliable and able en- ! tloUe imtrnrting the delegates i taw Na iiunal Union Convention to rot toe At re noniination of Mr. Lincoln. gtneer on tbe road Tbe fireman, Elijah Meed, ia reported seri ; ously injured, but may recover. Mr. A. II. Pinner, tbe conductor, Mr, rs in the country, a pub-mi'- frnor note, ami a giant in t!,e nu-e pi miice Reform, was'frefuent on t1 1 , in my thousands of a former etn r, tor Eastern Sal. tnat man was ,. tuan Beeehcr, t;ie principal sin ,. -volume before ns. mther of n 'ar , . who have made ctmsiderahie r .t . world at pvraemrrand writtrs. nn t Harriet Beecber Stuwe. the -iai: nt em of Cneie Tom's Cabin T.- not th-'rmigiily an auto-U rtj 'i it is in a great measure. Msm ' are written tiuwa by be ebilir t, suit in" conversations with bno. purpose of getting, in bis answers ' marks, material farm for a mrinur arid many Irtlrrs to him fiont-lns . ,',,r, otbeu, are nrrted in the i i-m-ur. estiag f themselves, and usvi il t . 1,. . and set in clearer lit;ht the opuu . ings of lr. steeeheT bim-eH. In amae spots, a might U- fx.k in which family cfivers.iti ..- . oinsideranly. the work i a little bat as a whole it is very lively. Bri'.t -picture which it gives of the ui'soa. ir itaprslimrnts. enemngemen(s and di agemcnte attendant on the lu'' paana ot lawall means, large iami.v hi-. Hearty devotion to the grrnt work in , lie is engaged; tlir mmer a! I-urE much tf tbe manners ami -umi: - , .. ... ,, . I gt or nation before us, amine it. Indiana. Ine taaast ml) Cuatttan ol " those days. Tiie work can harm;. Indiana, at lodmnapnlv Peb. 234. aul (sov. Morton, by an Iaaiatton. recum- the raawaainariwiof flmn II RImIam Lm -...I .,k mmot ., . , , , i iiublie eonvenienee and Is-ncfit. We nre- able earaMtuess remarked that hi- trusted ihe ' ' gentlemen present were not .,! ,-h.mrd of tbsir W,"P ,h' ",rt W'" ,"'mh, hefore ,he cause, or afraid to show their hands ,a poM , "n .Meeting in an inu-llig. lit w.,- ,,!, meeting. He nominated Mr .1 Starr of Bur- . onunl je-,rt ..t t!'Si. We draw lington f..r Chairman, an I tni-ted he ml I tttnt'"n to " brieflv , in the h .p, that it serve. He put tbe vote on Mr. Starr, who wv wiU thoroughly lo..kl up In our fellow declared chosen and took the Chair with alacri- citizens so tht when the time com de-1 ty. It evidently not nsir.g deemwl neccessary cisive action will n- taki n with the anan to distribate tbe empty honor of the vce presi- 1 imity and earnestness it di-serves I died gallons of the liquor buely seised by tbe Preaident Lincoln, pnd proestrd tbe larme authorities in thivilUge were yesterday in- f Ar4t jOBa--efce Vfa PresMCM, . s peeted. pronounced unfit for medicinal par- puses, and spilled. As a eonsideraide pur ' lion of it was spilled in a rather thickly set- fivaaxTT l).rjk.al Ky. is tbeojoiaaon scold tlei and busy part of the village (on iter- i uf tbe Senate.1 In te debate oa Wednesday ;,i, u. t nesai L'l.. demand the .lurid mixed brine with tbe liquor t pnv.nt it Rutland Herat.! BcausGTox Total Abstininxk Society. The meeting at tbe Town Hall Monday was very fully attended, tbe Hall being filled. Judge Kenoett presided and Rev. E Mix opened the meeting with prayer. Why should every friend of Temperance sign the Total Abstinence Pledge" was an nounced as the topic of diMassion. This was opened by Prof. M. II. Buekham. who argned that every man should be a total abstinence man, because be has no right, hy moderate indulgence, to ran thc risk of ruin tor himself and his famHr. and that tbe pledge should he taken, as a valuable help which enables us to carry the virtae of our bast moments into all our lives. Kev. I., (i. Ware alluded to the progress of tbe Temperance Cause ; to the good done by tbe " Washiagtozuans,'' and others: and stowed that tbe snake is scotched, but not killed. Rev. Mr. Mix urged the importance of signing tne pledgr,m an eacouiajseaseat and belp to others more easily tempted than our selves. Capt. John MeNab was called out, as an old total abstinence shipmaster, lie said that he had seen all lands and had known nations ruined by intemperance as well as in dividuals and families. He bad rather lie the captain of a leaky and sinking ship in mid-ocean than tbe wife of a drunkard. He called attention to the danger of imparting an aptite for stimulants, by the use of medicines soluble only in Alcohol, and ear nestly and imnres-ivefy urged all. csjiecially tbe young men, to place tbemselies on the I right side by signing the pledge. .Mr. Huntington called the " moderate drinkers" who profess to be such strong tem perance men, tbe horder Slates men ol the cause, 'and said it was ridiculous not in famous, as the 7ime rejiorts him for a roan to claim to be a tern prance man, who did not abstain from liquor. A. It. Duncan of Wiuooski in some hearty and straight forward remarks narrated some of the good effects of a Society of theSms of Tem perance in Winooski . it had given homes to tbo-e who before bad none but the poorhouse and the jail. They had sent 1 rum their vil lage 33 Sons of Temperance into the armv, and all, so far as they knew, who wi re liv ing were keeping their pledge, while those who bad died, his own brave son among them, had died true to their principle,. The pledge was then circulated and a number of addi tional signatures added. The meeting was enlivened bv a number of Temperance glees, sung by a quartette club.consistingof Mesrs Camp, Story, Ten riant and Nims, wheh were received with abundant satisfaction and applause. deaey to from two to twenty in livifuals.as is of ten the foolish practice with gr-t n nventions. G. H. Bigelow proceeded to th nomination of Mr. H. M. Jodson of Huntington f r Secretary, and Mr. Judson was chos-ti I., ti. Bigelow. Esq., m .ved thit a committee of tive.oo resolutions, beappointed hy the chair The Chair called to his .i-it in. e Mr. Ii II Bigelow, and shortly antMnnci-1 the following Committee on Ueaoufi 1. ii Bigelow of Burlington, Henry Stan', n of Burlington. I B Fay ofWniistoo, Benj Fatrchtl I of Milton, and C D. Carpenter of Huntington L. 6. Bigelow, &. . then moved that a Com mittee ot five be eppoirtei hy the I hair to pre sent a nomination f r ounty Comm sstoner Mr. C. A. Hovt sasestcl that a Committee f , one from each town in Itu-county would be tetter: and tbe Chair, ufi .ut orTermg the d.uveiit'on their choice bet -'ii the two, proceeded, vtii-r consultatioa with (I II Bigelow, Ei , ion. m-. inate Ease Peters-, n as the Burlington member of , the Committee, and to call for nominations of a j Couiiatttesaaa apiece from the other t ,wns, i which were made as f.llow- Lommutee on .V nnmatiou RvrluiyiaT, .. Peterson; ColetutUr, I1 II. Wilkin-. Miltntt, Geo. Ashly; En's. Albert Bimev . Jeneho. Geo. B. Oakes, -,-.,,. s M. Mead. U U- liston, none pres. nt . Wiramoa. H. H. Beers: Huntington, fle. rgo W vtnan. SI linrjr, tione: Hiae ry, Jo'.li Allen. Shelhvrnr, .1. f Welb. Charlotte, West-or , and Hltvn. none present. "n motion of ll -nrv Stanton, the c, Urn tion took a rei-.-s . t half an h.alr. wh.ch was mainly oreapitd in the Hail hy a recital, hy Pat Cavanaugh. to an interrsteit group around him. of tbe wronj- he h 1 1 suff.-rwl h the M me Law. The committee .i-.-omMe.! after recess and the eommittee on !: -oluticns reported some, which were read b tl iiainninof the committee I.. G. Bigelow K-. . in. I iflerw.ini'. w, tli ,m.-,l.fh-colty, by t ie chair as follows a m ri'i.v or Till: WATISH. A Cord. , Mr. Editor : Please eapnss my seaily tkaaks i through yoar paper to my giiim ninjiirishioarTS ! who oa Fridar last left in a vaid 24 loaas Tne subject ofpro.'urin- an a'.un iantenp- j (17 car) eft! very wood as a tree will iafclia, Any mea, minister or piaster, oncat te be gratenl ha tnaes like tbesa asr sorb frimsi and sack benemetiona. J. H. WOO&WAKD. aid - he knew the Senate was weary with og gobbled up bat taflr, and a skniiwicoge (nsi s troth I be was tired of it himself". The HeraWs ' despatch says tbe announcement appeared I to give aaaaoal tafia 'at lain. a large ran. I'astomasa. A Series of ssai- l.ikrratare and Manners. ttv . i wrr I.ytlun. New York il Whoever has resd "tiet'iM . strange Story," r v Novel." ply ol pure water for the village of Burling ton, has been a matter ot disctis-j.m among our citizens for sometime past I a Tuesday evening of last week, an inf 'null meeting was held at the American t initiate suitable action on the uhs"" n torty of our leading eitiicns were .resent f'v-Lt. Gov. L'nderwo. d was t in s,n cl.airm-n and (t. H. Bigelow, Esq., Secretary. P. C. I.tns!ey, Esq , the able engineer-in-cbirf ot the Vt Central and Vt A Canada railroads, read to the meeting a plan, with detailed estimate of the expense, for the proposed water works. His plnn i to bring tie water from tie Vi in.xki Hirer, at the falls, to (liter it at the river side, nnd then hv a li.riv pump driven by water powr. toebvate it through iron pijsss. to a n s, rvoir . n tin t-.j of the bill in the rear ot the result n.v of ( H Deforest, Evi . th. t . he di-trii-uten throughout the vilUg. The estimates were for a daily supplv Irom the river .1 oIHI,ihni 1 gallons, equal to r.H gallons jsrdav lor a o- pulation of ln.dim inhabitants, the .iistnl u j ting reservoir to hold three mtl'ion gallnti' , Tiie entire cwt of tl i works. iitnj.. pip-, ' buildings, wutir m ilege, nstrv-nr. Ac . was estimnted ut ii little short of s4H.iMi ami rcsporsit'le jarths stftn.l rt-mU to n tract for the work, at thertiui itc 1" this is to added ntv.iit S'-S1.""" t"r the pur chase of the jis.f ih Burlington Aque duct Co.. -.1 fr v ni is through the streets it such purchase is riot iffected. bringing the total tlt up t" nl.nit jtMI.IHHI. 1 he plan struck the entii men prts'nt as I entirely ItusiUe. and r iniiiiittifs were ap i pointii) to lurtt-4-r mitsliate the snKt. i lies rt j-.rttd nii't tin- project wus lurthi r I disi'ussed. lit ail a.l)oiirti( d met-ting hi Id on Friday evtning, at the same plan' The ' tnatt.r now rests with an .veeutivc eutumit ' Ueeoneisting of Messrs. I.. Catiin, Ijivv rence Barnes, Henry l.oomis, Wm. (J Shaw ('has. It. Marvin and Ivi Cndrrwood. who ' will in due time prolir.i.ly call a public meeting of our eitirens. to take action on the subject. Tho iinMirtan' of th measure to our vil lage can uaruiv ne over eMimauat in prt tent Aqueduct Company i entirely inade Retire I. That the Pn.hihitory Liquor Law. after a trial ot eleven jears, has'faile.1 to do the good which it- fneuds anlictmted. hot has prove! a dim. ral.zing agent, working great narm to tiie cause ot Temperance Capt. Harry Hatch here prop.ed three cheers f.r that clause, but the suggestion dsl not seem to find general favor, a-d the cheers were n. r-.td for the present. 7fo ml. That when experience proves that i an i rmr ha- been maile in legislation, the part ol w.s...ni i. to 6nd a remedy a won as possible making it the duty of all citizens so convince.!. I to use their influence to that purpose. I Iltvtlrefi- Tt.ai kiLu:. .l rtquiremcntscf statute law, we declare it oar M" " a general supply, and its water, dutv and intention to work for tbe enactment of 1 taken as it is from wells, is hard Tne water a stringent, ire guarded licence lair which i -C .l. vi" i j . . . ii r e taw, wnien 0f tn, inooski drawn from our granite from us adaptation to the good sense of ths ro ' fn e. j v. r pie will U sure of consistent enforcWnt '"" "f'' fU,Ubl' for " fUr" Atthecl.ofthcreadmg oftheresoluOons, !'""' 7,16 Ioca,ion of ,h reservoir will T .- McOmnis of Jericbo. rose an.1 prepose.1 I rarr-V ,he W"lor to t,,e ,0P of tbe Cu"K three cheers for the resolutions, which were ' dHlc anJ of euar give a ymvverful head given in rather desultory style. Cant Harry! B" Irw f 'he village. Tbe plan appears Hatch coming handsomely up to tbe work and I t0 eD,'re'j" practicable. Tbo cost of rais- cheertng with a will. There were also quite a w'cr, by water power, will be numtr of scattered hurrahs, and shrill shoots I "nail, arsl thc ojeration, aside from its be- litfits to the community, promises to be c cuniarily profitable. The town of Rutland is now supplied with water brought a dis- W est fort Feb. 23, lfVt. rFor the Free lYeav A Spelling I'.toteisc. I aitiermg of the Scaoob) in Hmattaargli, w tn a large nnmber of the citisena, uetuned oa the 17th. At tbs bearoaiBg of tbe wiatrr Schsob it had tstea nraaossd that t Ham asaat attaa tioii .h.ld be givaa to Spetfing. aader the esa-vu-tiou that this iatportaat Branch had beta neirlectcl A premium of Webster's Uzmbridacd Pictorial Imiiaanry was atsriit m the IH iriot thai suouid show the bast Cba of Saoltm. u puhoc trial, aho Webster's Coaatiag-rnom IKc 1 1 nary to the best Speller. The manner and conditions of the trial were agreed upon at a meeting of the Teacher, and a CemariMps of three men to award the premiums Though the evening was the coldest of the w.nter. eight S.-IiikIs oat of thirtma llmlriSMwere represented hy atmut sixty Iipua. Pmrh Saaaal was called out in -uccessioo, and saattrd aztder the .I'psction ot the Teachers and Towi ten.icnt till tne warbng ' "mmittw lint the spelling might tie arreslel Xttir this tbe whole delegation arose, as in a class, and were " spelled down," alter the man ner of Vermont Spelling Schools in the olden time , The eicrcises of S felling were reKered with I Singing hy the Pupils, by Peclamations, a Dia- ' hicue. and by the recitation of an original Poem f to, Miss M. X. Morrill. Teacher in Iis. No IS. t The whole exercises, and e.eeially the last, w th the awarding of the Premium", excited the j .i.est interest of the largest audience Fathered j in t..wn this winter The Urge Pictioiiary was ' awarded to INstrkt No. t. Mi, Mary Wright, TiAA-her; and the smaller one to Misa Louis . i iK.w, of Pistrict Xo. II. Tbe wlesgeasiea is behaved to have bun I sanitary and wholesomely strnralatiag, as welt as j pleasant, by at least one interested I Cinzax. ! th.ir of tnis coiiretion ol Essnvs, -sure that he will Sad in ther ,i v thought, embedied in c-leor and - lisb. He will of course n t mysterirs of a plot mr to be . the e irrtnee ol incident ; ' . Mr. John A. Knwon. chairman of the I and alinnoan. e of -aecootr o. ius-r.. House Saiast L'smuautee on Weigatt and sentiiuents i the several tii-: Measare. wowld V smd tn receive ciatmu- i one or two instance-, the (.,,.-. nkatioo froat all perauns scientific or other- j wise, wao are mtarestsd in serwrieui a ami- i form standard ot weights and zoeaaurrs. It Of fcur btoeadeHraaaitra mssty rlaatroytd by Federal vessels, three were new, mtery esme fiasa Earmnd. Bad the kmrtfa was the Scotia, eaptored sume rime ago. snM as a prise, and again at her old work. The next session of the Rebel Congress will be held on tbe first Monday in May. A Ftxx at rYifm rngton. Mass., on Monday night eonsasaed Read's cracker oakery, and tbe CoBgiegational Church adjoining. Loss S2HJ. RrsHr sfa lass nrpeassd taw law pa ana in dwwo.ua tie tiasrs. prnjishniag eosaeed people from residing wMnn her mzniw. Gen. Ilatler aamownree, Feb. 16th, the arrival at Fortress Moarue ot five more V. S. Omcers eves pad from Libfay Prison. Another fits are reported to haw arrived at WillhuBs Vwrg. tm A maicav ftrvrxw. Tbee are three or four articles m the Jaanary number af this able work, which are i aerially in teresting in these times. We refer to Tbe Bible View of 51a wry," Immorality na Polities." 'The Sanitary Comari--voa'" and The IWidentV Prodamalbm." Tne Canadian Parisaaseat opened on dav tie l'.'th. Kri Taa wr-v-rntK is warm andrVr swrigaiag is II gone. It is srraBge weather1 lor FMrw- arv . Juttinc. The North Atlaniiess fall of isw. Maeeacba setts ia heginaing In talk nf torm ina: aneaVetive militia. naumu I their bet are sick. bed room-." of approrvl Tn.- cheering, such ai it was, apparently rendered unnecessary a formal adoption of the resolutions and the committee on nominations proceeded to report the name of K. P. Mas? 0f I Richmond, as the nomine, nf inn ni.... c Lionm Law in L NnEaittLLHcnrj- Fay ,' coll!ltv Commissioner. Ninth Vermont Kegiment. uT or osiAi.viis ai Mwroai avRSAfS'. Killed. Ssrgt. William Piper. D. Weatk ers field : Private" Jo-eph Osier. C, Mmk- ton ; Nathan C. Smith, P. ; .Nathan Kiley. (.', lUndolph. , WounJed. loeot. James F. Bolton, f. Middlebury, in shoulder, severelv ; Privates Nathan ReForge, 15, Shrewsburv, kg; Wm. P. Smith, B. I'oultoy, head ; "Peter Osier, C, Munkton, captured ; Chas Van Steinbnrg C, .Monklon ; Thos Gajrv, D, Weatbert field. arm ; Guy It. alktr, D. Rocking ham ; Wm. Melcber, K, , leg. missing"; Alfred Tatro, 1", Charlotte j Stephen Bur roughs, II, hand ; Thomas E. Marcv, K, Brattlcboro, hand : Chas II. Stoddard, K. Pover, hip. .lfujiiyr. Lieut. William C. Ilolman, Braintree ; Corporal A. II Blake, Milton ; Privates Richard Clough. A, Norwich ; 0. F. Pavis, A, Cambridge ; George W. liondj Quite a number of Con " owing to the had air ol . nackgamniovi tbe spinal weakness" which troubles eon-cripts. The eoldiers in the wester army call Old Abe's rebel pacificator " the iron dad oath." wrestling wilt) expect his se- Morrissey the pugilist is death, and his friends do m-' Petroleum oil rmsiness in western lVtuv-! lt form of a ;rief mvvel. one to he read eowinuonslv . but an . a time as occasion serves, nn t w nr.i leisure to con over its notion i.ts . ejrstions. Though the ttwitrwi,! n-. -some rs iiiical notions m re ik'h' I wealthy Eng!iha.in tra.i o. one w' home in our Nvrt:ern i il i-iivn wTitcr presents none ot ir.eia ..- ..-! as a whole bis essays wio 1-- ro. h w,,ti -pleasure and profit A 1'om.va Hams-aoua. pf the Niw T -ist. By Iteorajs C. MctV h.irier I ork . harper Brothers A very useful and mtern-ti'ig voionu all who wish aom kaowieuge 4 wioti torical and crittcnl research ha done t . ridate the several books of toe N n meat, baa who have neither tbe tnu learning ncceomry to master th . works of the reat bihlieal rit' -. those, works were easily atomi'i.e w : in gam. tel. It most he a valuable i. amny students and teachers of the -wriMaza. All thr-ahove are fur sale by Fuiier. Tax Pay o C'ouaiB 'fao-i-. V Stuit. rnrhag the debate in rlw ! Senate concerning; the pay f is.! ie.1 in spnikiaa; of the louse- ana un - t.i.: guwge ased in an amendment ohVied Cotmmer remarked - " It shouH he an act by itself, du . to pay aeeordiBg to tbe tents ,.t i, made at the time. I would not tut t . eonthneaey as to whether tht me-, not led so to hebese. Thatdues n.; nn thins; at Thai is tbe hKsrst ot '! - atades of hiawmtloa. It so arret. L . i. me af an aiedsle af the last war. in a -an ytaaemtiea of is, that I cannot hut t We bad a iiiawiiant )y tne oiunrot I. who was a ftaaoae racraitisg erh.tr. 1 -. tier alii I was then in iht -rv i,., . dewn to Middlebury, m t-rinuut, to i the winter of lcd-'-l, . lu tiie eroita were Irou it ir T... re v.. . f seventy or enjbrr uf then. t ;., to muster them iu aeeor.tu t listment it was found oa exam: : r ' - ' he enlbweil one as a major. ahoot twenty men to each has- ! i or fcur as heateeaat". (Lanj. r 1 t. came a take seT the eitiari H. i-k . ' i aelamr's aaamrm oa them an I -.n i raaha, lata was dntnss and tr. a . If wa had been coaspsiku to e ir . SBraaces they had received. I i - . sr have doee it. 1 s rvi.iiim i3 loos. tog up.1 a great oi new wells win rs -atrik this msn t to stulite il : of, Hyacinths are in bloom at iektliurgh. and the soldiers play on the green "ward The St. Iouis Rernblkan sav. tht tun lirant B not, acd will not be. a candidate for tfs- Prestdeney at the forthcoming rise- ias so long Principal New Vnrt. died is me proprietor oi me .tiansueia .Mountain House, at Underbill Centre, was on Satur day last convicted by a jury of bis, townsmen for violating the liquor law. It leing the third conviction he was fined $S0 ami sin- Capt. Harry Hitch at once propesed three cheers, and gave one of them with a wave of his bandana, but not being saeeaded by thc crowd be omitted the other two and subsided. The report of the committee was duly adepted teuiperanu. increased. The license system At tbe meeting oi thc Motitpelier Temper was an utter failure to check intemperance, 1 nnec '"onc Friday evening, the Committee and so it always will 1... wheretor,..-) ' ' l. V". "t", " "nuor tenced to three months imprisonment In thc The committee also reported for County Com. Uisinty Jail. No appeal Uing ttkon Mr lay was committed to Jail. The MoNTrifLiEB Tuirxita.ME l.k.i.i i r it is resorted to. 1 dealers in this place and iidorni theui ot tl,. i -e rum seiien anu ucieruunaiion oi use innueriiial ami mw- rt..u unnk.rs who clamor fur the-repeal of al'dingcitieiiiir.Moiitpeliertbatti.isdiatl.- pi .iiorm. iiominee or pnuciplea of th coove the prohibit Uw. and ,or a ...Uingsnt ftl-l ,'id ' -t by G. . Biw Is.'iUM h-rem t . Uikp it- place, do be- , if llnris. Hdinvui, ajl in ot iri-.tdmv i,r "'l t'j ' Jt the conr,ti.,n iWtT m Ulill.-ttU. present ailministrat't wioduitz up 4 . wiodin; up : i i. . equal reason . ' beast vtjiunUi u. -n: tlt the corn. .r. t- . will tut direct .j -Union. 'Pet . -arc U'ss prvfit ar contracli-, aim to ( t as B izrccTi v-w j-ufllt-8, -l ! 18 l latu- M- ' i oca t er Lmcua h i. ioa not want a t.tU day Will tw tbe ah jir!, . With i 3 V i ntMIRUa i. - I rv , t, . i 4 J-U. i litfiiiv - . j- ,', ' ; r, -pi' n , . i. ,. . . ti T , i :.ir. th n:.tion u -on tu., :. - f.to i r.. Is- .I...M.V !. o that t n ir roi their appetites will a,,l'r " candid and thorough diiussioti .. I be unrseneantlv interfereil with by the !!'V IuaM" a "l"alitied pledge on I , .. ,. , , the part of these men tliat thev would m- change 1 hey are working for a very diflcr- i reJ and forer, r abandon that branch ..f nt result. If they succeed through your j their business-arid cheerfully Hcquicm' with ftcip or apathy the may exult: but yours 1 ;hc wi"fcts "f the "wn-' ln l ""t ' ''' w.il U- tl,e M-if-reproach wa." "r'ely in advance .,1 the Cot,,, will t toe m-ii rcproacti. mi t tee. baling voluntarily etopjad the trade two weeks previous to tneir visit, vil ilr anotner house was o ir, our with flu- . ',. ,r frank ami courteous nmnnrr in wnieli toev were apiiroaelKsl. nnd declared that rs-ier lfore iud tl.. I. n :iiins,, , ,. , ,, kind splllt on t Wit1 tl i genes wi.i, b nr tun, our to s I '.!.. is tnat the asithn of tuo ihmu-in-.'' t the License Convention in this County to., di- uthniDg. Mr. Mason -was callctl up at V ihit n Conuiition, acd in open Con v ii : j nioei. i pliotly that lie was in r Ziei -oj. lot u Law, approved the - I-' ' no' j i, w i ? -1.1 v i .1111 1' u '.V i ocmiu an. i vaj muter, thc names of J. II. llostwick. Jericbo J. M. Knox. Burlington and H. If. Woods, Mil ton, who were duly appointed. omotien off. . Hoyt Ksq. seconded by Harry Hatch, thc County Committer were au thorized to fill vacancies in their number or in the ticket. A 'I apprehension, of a speech u fivor of the i-ti- lio I- j. un . wm. ii at incoutinently done ami its members wended their way slowly and sMir to their respective afiodt. I'MvL Notiif. I ntil next week Tuesday, the iiovirtiinent bounties ol $31111 for new re eroiti. ,.nd tfilnl Toi veterans will l. paj,l Aiti r tl.at the .lnntia-r will get nothing but f . i .n.ir jjy , and if imy indiiidual. m st.a l of voluiitit'iiiig now, should wait and .- ti c .iralt here.. iter it Mill t-ist liim :M) t. seafa' it, si it may I. a ma ter "(tl diffcnn"e n n.an s- t ir ne i i.. i, r n t, xjefore next 'lutsoa. tnalignant feelings which the sleeper has not ' U of three miles, and tbo receipts pay all ham ; FranklinVasweli. B St! Jolxnloury'' expenses, full interest on tbe investment. ll,eDI? w- Hetcbcr, B, Mount Hollv ; John and add an annual instalment to a sinkin- G,raD, il 'nt Haven ; Franklin IJavis, B. C..-J..1..L ... b Clarendun ; Wm. B. Jenks. H. Manoliestee ." ... " ymt"' " 1""' 1 Tbomas Kiplcv. B, Shrewsburv : Thomas timf-x" "-nt when avv.tr. Will reilnhilrse tl.e itW. M-,-l r I7.i.l 11 . I1--M 11-. if ... . 1 ...,lv, i0,oi. iyi us ' i,, , iF.mu eiies, ii, ivtarenuon; ( I'MI .n IV I, I . . . ' i, , neauing ; r. lins- would, D, ; E. G. Brownsville, P, ; P. Marion, P, ; G. P. Persons. P, lirooktield ; A. P. Whitney, P.TunhriiW Charles Brevitr, F, ; J0hn K. CbrkrF, Shaftsbur)-; Olcutt M. Bacon, G. ; Mi- lo Tuvfcrr, G, Straffonl ; Lewis IUyruon, G. I'.raintrcc ; S. M. Revnohls, II, ; Henry P. Chase. II, ;A. A. Cole, II. Ilvdepark; J. P. Kiunesin. II. FairlieM t:im.'P Vr. Prof. Webster, who w of the Free Academy in that city on Saturday. Five colored re'cinwnis have Sxn Tssiuse in Philadelphia, and recruiting is still going j ! r chaps all in a mw nn. r aever serve with his owe recruits. Ynr6 Awmrs The Ci.c -' Statesman snys a md ah. nit tot, representing himself a" a ..'-, 1 a lew days since presented at in ' Keeraiting Office, in that eitv. t..- . I era between the agts of ot eight ni ' Tears, whom he desired to t!" bund red dollars apiece. Not ! en make a bargBin with C 1. Carr. , . boye he should take ihrm to B. -op be could d better, rhe eircurosiu- so aajeeine that a photograph j- i - Snoring i tbe spentaneems escape of those i ef W mle .. . r . i ,.... i mar aaa hi aa akiaunir ntent :i : have tbe water. Vermont Items. Charles Baldwin's cooper-shop in Dorset was burned on the 10th inst., with all its contents. I,oi. "0fl. Pr. MiGowan's liouse in St. Allans took ire was ihii about $'JtKl worth of dam The Terre Haute (Ind.) D-morrat learns that a female child, born some ten davs since near that city, has ncitner arms nor lags, and that it is stout and healthy and has evert prospect of living. Ihero were six hundred thousand pairs o ebocs uiatiufaetuiwl in Auburn. Maiso, mat year, giving employment to otiejn hundred jier.-ons. I pvfaroa ot twenty rases. y aKsg people and cbiidren are Sbm nave died in n lew hours . are istill in a fearfuUv eriticai ci nie .vioniiae niit.r,i.K.n ru. i mnn ii vv ..i.-.. . t ti n . ,. . v..v.., ss bii-nre was ihii , ' I.. iiavens, 11, ,.i-w," v - . . . i : s.,,r.. . ii i- i - . ,. M t driver to a riew torter siitm triil. i... , out after doin; age. A Young Min's Association ha" ln. forme.1 at Winooski, whieli intends to lute a reading room and ultimately a library There arc already mer -Ml lueinUrs. The follovvingarc its iBrers l'rxid, n Hot. J. P. King-bury: Trtaunr I!ev . J. A. Ingalls; Secretary A. C. Dixon. A deserter named Iligelow waa t-aught on lake Memphrcmagog on the Ctli after a mart ciiase on the ice by the officers. He is a New Hampshire man. There is to be. " an Antiquarian Supper" given by the Young Ladies of Rutland on the 2Cth, where only old fashioned di.hcs will be served. B J G Bailey has accepted a call to U-coinc t ic pastor of the Congregational So- il m. smith, Hi. i .weii ; ; ,r::in'' Jut " mu i : Franklin Orwell, I, The saying of a White Mountain stage Stowe : llenrv Jackson. ' i airicg .viclioreiu. II, North Hero Jason Voslairgb Northfield : Joseph Itoharcui. I. Wa.l.m. l-'lj i v'i-T. ' ' ""'""S""' : Henry' Arievi- is. -mv in . Artt Ward ,. .' ,'' Va-lnS"" : - S. George. I, ' and hisapnt wmt- .vptwrMl l.v :, ,.,,,.1 , conntli ; I iter Isirtoti, C, ergetiiH s ; Her- 1 Indiin while on n exeuniun t. Xilt I ik. h'lT-.": ... . ! l'i"vrcnIes.M,ll.y,he.l,(,t.4(.ot.l;.,.; iui.ii kiueii -i, ivotiiiufti l, miMiig 44 anu lirigliam louri-. Five robust negrrs-s enlist.-.! . n last, in tastfeton. to join a Mass, regime nt Rev nurd Cuihl. PP. -asked hi" dismawion from the Cots.- I'bnirh in C st letea, after a verv .. ttorate of teii tears. The Rul lUMMui Zayaircr, iotvin fully nanr to tiie ajiim'iiin il-i Lot King, an.l tnat torcign ustsais eoereeil I.t "w ituhcMiug it. and that In-v ot hurtling a i- ri .n. . that it., -fipl. -,, ; , . , u, vtlieMi o.i w . Is I. TiieTisciloosv SUH) AT TIIE Ctl'E or Goon llorr. This veesel was the lnrquc Conrad, of Hiltim.irc. Thc Ilriti-li pirate Alaldiiiii en.turtal her and converted birin to an ally, with a British crew to man her. in charge of u fellow named U.we. and named her thc Tnscnliiosa. We learn fnim tbe S-iuth Afrnnti Adrerli that she put into Simon's liav Dec. 20, and wis seized h diuiralWnIkef ass prize. Mr l.salmm. the I S. loiitul. pi.t inn in no lor her in la-half of her owner On her last cruise she huimV.I Iihi ieels ait only one proicd ineritwn Tin- St. Iwi. PcM,..-rat'9 .lt Uke Cit corn-;pondriils, dated oih in.t.. Mts A do-pcrate bond ..rhighvvtiymen exists" along the ro.d Ir Suit Uko t., Binnoek u.itie-. wfM. rob and inuiii', nturmiig tnineis. Some time hincc tho citizens ot lliiinoek lonneil a iiUhcc Ci.rninittrc, who have hung 1.-, robU-rs, iiH-loding llenrv Pliimmer. their Cuptain. By tiie Lite fire in Glouu-Jter Mum t!.. numlicr of ,ou 'ajnicl whs 10:; tiie Thc Kicluuuau Km: i-t . t' o following Speisa-r Dtt..n I. ' i coisieBinid .m., hi . . . -Castle l'l. no.!, r fwen; ,, , c.ipttui.t iiiKi r, mi. - . f An ..(Ti i,, j.,' i . i tutnt o- tl.t T-1 in-' . nan's a-iiml .it ijoitmtn. M .bile i; i; Iloi ia- il moo I lose : Jmate si ugg'- l-irii ' "in) uri""ii f "i" !rim i 'u -a r 'in i '' tiev ti, t r Ihiirn-ai He nit ,tatti. ,1 fi