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1 1 uMi-Uil every Tue.da.v Morning, at l.'llNTrT.l.lKIt, VI'., !!!!' ii i ; . Km.' wan llullilii,,', riia'e anem. T 10 II MS I t 1 ,.'ei f pal I in a June- i dllierwiic t -,r'0 I'.i v in" ii t may ti'i mill' I'y mall or otloirwise to Hit h r. (!. W. W1I.I.AIIH, l'unlulici anl I'lOpriflor. I' iit-aub. Tin Kit human Is aunt into all the towns in V. i !! In -t-n, Cuiinty freo of P..it. Klaewher. In the Soitc II m l'.iai.ii" l Twenty G'cu'.i- a year pa) iir i,I In all ca .. to )s ma le in advance. I- .' t (IV I'l l V lllllil. I.i IvigUnd, i ti tin' trial of it young limn lor a tiioiiv, u Scotch womuu Wii called n 11 w.ttnn ; wlio, when int rroguted us to tho roji" tit; ! Mi 1 1 lie prisoner, repliul : " Vonr hot) or, I c r in,.1'.' I is n i -1 i; l r mule." ill' i i v r was ,i lilitlitH mic lad, lilts In art w m ;kc the Ml iv? ; j i r , 1 1 1 1 ,. gllil, llH Link Sud, Hi-, 1 1 if, 1 1 a u. Yi ' M.-irkim ' 1 1 1 1 1 u i ' r I 11 '', C, II.' '.iiuriiiuri' i .i th wliil'i ; And v. Hen ,i mj.u H; . H" 'er did ho Aid:.-..' link'' tin initiH-r S- l.in,; liniii !'y hour, sho d mhIi and urei'i, U'i;te ime vi' tur.el una p I i ; i'! i , r ea'd, Hi t iiK'H bM eWt-fl , T'ic w.ijwarl b-iirn Inr inn. Ah I," "I'i'W nuld 'iwibii' Hie Hani", N inu euiil I h,!i Ii iiii'i l.'uile , N r aid l;c, in ii l.ilii lv iiinni.', A iiii'o milk" bin nii'.h' i i- nd i. I dm 1 1 k-'ii -vo t jin will d II i,o ii j id,', d to d.:.j !h I u v lulu wiili ,i biiu k i' 'iu 1 w.i il l hu in ly ii! I r t . ), !. t him " k l he mild hf;irih ft na . Allhoiii.'li h'l'n U'i'11 Kit" vile; ii tl.ul u I'H -kiit' liui'ii u,;ii.ii , ih l in iki' iii-i initio r Mull'-. A!i : ipy ot Ion lirnl poem, iU tl,,' i: mull y 1 1 ip Id;' ll I I.M II l' r. i9 i in I iiii i.m n o lll.U I'm-l a ii. j ijiii 1 i i; 0 !' . i-nn- ', nlial ,i ilo :il I -r I'M'a.l ., i.l lii r. '.Ul'l I V no h'l lr.,,,,1 ' ' "I'l" i ill, l I , io ' 1 i , W : ,,. . I I. Il CIC .' fl I .. 'Il' I l,l.. r lite. i.il elisiiH'- ii.- ,l I,- , !'. ,). !!,! Ill 'M l',-ll. ' ti- I'' II : - i l m ctii n il. nt In - v, I ii .- ", w l . a n'1 .t aiitian; " l, M- 1 1 Ih-ri--" I i :i l .1.. , l,T.,l I. ' rut fir snl 4 l. in- lei i!. .t ,r I..! ,ii i , i ..v I Diir U-iir orrrsjionJirnff. A folder's Letter.-No. 54 Sl.i Mi Vl IIMUNT Ul.l.lMhM, I Near Brand) Si i'i n, V,i., Feb. 20, lM',4. y llilli.il 1-hi., v vv : -We h ive hsd tome -..r cohl weather here Uurina. the nresent week Ibi'liiveit h. en the coldeat that 1 hsve! exuctlv I known in A irjiina. 1 cannot lei : Vti'i h .w cold il was, f..r we had no thermometer, end ,r needid none t ,dmonith us thst it was I ni 1 1 is iry lor our rcnib rl uioiind the lip's a pcssib 1 1 rem nil a elo?a!v I be air nrotluied, h.il sharp, ta giiiig seioation that 1 upp.ed was a pecaliar attribute of our A'ermont climate. I he bus. il tli v had t . ven. ore into the open air, inviriablv cinpi ed thiir I. anils to their nosc, am. whatever il w.j m-cesnirv f.r them lo do thev did as quickly r. p.s bie. Dilatory traveling ! from burning. If 1 uncovered :ey face I couldn't Europe has steadily flowed during the last do win iinki own, almost everv one by mutual con- endure (he beat a moment. Ilefo.e me ihere e.id i' tring ; it. previous populatioj Irom - J ..... ' ail.a .SU.i I.i K ll.iT Ii 111 nn u,i,.uwrii.iii ,,( I sol - sent adopting the double quick. li nil niunai en? wood was to be brought, or a canteen lo be tilled, the transaction lock place in the shortest posnble space ol time. There wip, hewevrr, aa little i'flling about os possible. Nolbiiig unueeeury was dicught of or allenijitid I hi men kept in their tent remarkably well. T litre have beenineu. . gu.t oi wina would rusii arouna irom no rue oStrigghng reported during the pres-Ube olhcr quartet, and biow a peiteet avalanche .nt week t'bat 1 know of Military law is pretty ! of tire, smoke and ash., nil over us. Our clothe. ent wuK u at i anow oi. military w i picnv ' , sliic, but 1 doubt if it ever kept men to itrictly idainiy ehovt.d the t llccla of tlm in the morning in tin ir places ni hu the cold weather unce the lhat waj thu nuanist expirier.co 1 have ever had . commencement ul the week, especially Tuesday I r.nd WedniMlay. T'.vi n now the weather i by no nn am wai 111 or coiufortablc. My ink-bottle wiii Ire . 11:1 in an hour anvwlieie in the tent, txeept in ihe lire-place. Canteen of water art sure to become rolid every night, ai d even in the d iv time they wiil freeze if lelt snore than a yard nnd a half fi 0 ui the fire. It wut extremely icvere h.h.g on picktt or doing guard duty of any kind. According to thc furlunet of war, 1 Wat detail ed for three days picketing, last Sunday morning. Three J 1)1 picketing, aud with such weather (it we bad then, is about as much at a soldier cirri 10 enduie at one lime, and il waarnouyh to make him think cf the cnmloriable homo he hat lelt behind him. fiuuuii) was a Veiy p!. ,.atlt day. I had liepnin to congratulate myself lint morning, at I was do ing up my id ink''ts and tilling my Inversaek, that the prospect bid so fair to be pleasant and warm during our pi.ket campaign. Hut 1 was doomed to we a ici ions turn in my luck before 1 gut back, to far n weather W at concerned. Arriving at the line, we were divided up sc couling a' we were to be stationed, one half being tent to tlie reaeive, and tlie other half wai d'ttrib uttd to the d. If ere nt potts along the line. A year ago there us. d tu be t big and a smill reserve, lieiidei the postt or support near llie picks1 IP-Tf fit VOL. XXI. line itn .:. in I If. Now there i-i bin oi, p reserve, and wc ' i!;e t hi there, nr.-! (-' "thcr II' mi pic', in tki.ig thirl) hours on imcIi. 'I ne picket ' line ii ab nit Iw uiiie i a i l ii lull' from omj). We got th-re ahum nine o'cl ck, .1 l fmirwl : doll' to go (,n i I m-eli it!i tli'.ie wl, ii u vrm'.i: p. si tin liri-t twelve liouri. Dure ero tnree I men on ,,a'ii poit, oi,.! ol ohoin Mationed 1 I .. , .... ., ..,.. 1 f,ii,..,. ,.t t,.i imI.iI i i oioiiv nil tl.p time reviving each other evuy to houri. Thin tiileltm tv the reol iiiekeln, and their u'a'i iou-i. i loi'ft ii'T ni?ike " Hie line, i win stationed on my he.it ih" fin1 tiiiok'i and re- criv d inv ui-truc ions li nn mv preii bce,-or. He ' liril me i in ii t fulk my h:'it il; il.e lime, limit Ki-Hp u siiirji o nt out, ion it l i uHytnnig uiiu exnte ,u- tAi.ncT soil out:.i' of th" in, nnnhioir to pieiuii tii i1. all w.m iril riht, I iiiii to report iiuiiud aiel) Ij the coijuii! ol my poit, who was 10 e iimiiud cite i h the nlto er coiuiiiaiidiii( the wli'v" detj;!. For i i'iiio', a smoke rising up in the wouili j'lit outside of thc lines, or a upwl ol 11 r'snira riding about, o-. Id hive been consider ed hi evidence 'hat ail might let lie tijjb!. 1 Was t" lit. no in ill j.iss thr nigh the iiii's ei'lier way. If a mi:i ,ippM .c'.t I Ii, in -Ii" .'it -i'l" ''i'h a p. -i, 1 j. to obi up the e 'i n, ,t, dm,; i lii -cr to i x oiiiue the p iv, wiio Hiid do na In ' lit ,ili" it l"'tlnr; li:!ii oi. I ! ,i nun 1 proarlinl Irom lln ,:.Ut , , !.j -i l,d hi I to th'' COflllll .:. Jmg !'.. r, II ah) i.'llb'ii wi'ie iif-in aioio lh !', I w f -lio'c iiiiu b) ,-t aic'.i'.g at sii iuld"!' ar:i 1 1' in;; th' nit inv.l I, 'iic lud j, t-i'e I . Well I mil I'd up'!', oi) (1 i'i 'hit m ir'i.ng; Lh ib-ii'i iiiiin 1 toi'iii) out tl.t.'i' iiisti uc ion", wr.iiO'H no; no n: i'l re-erv ili"ii whatever. 1 " i ki-'l my b".' with -iiiti " ijji.ity i f a two and . ' i'l -..i oid 'O.ui' r, and never let: it a1 ail, cv.i ! ' t,w, ! t .'I wad win ii in) bit b Ii oil ami I UhAhI'm it,b','te I thought wlut I v ,l'-)M' . I ib.l, ' -il' mi P'U out-idc i I the hi hoi .T.. i,ut i t :;,c:. IcjuM timl a H a-'.n f ;r .mi.:. iii a b w 1 1 a nv ::i Olt i V. ry'lilllg Wis li'lt r'gbt. I ,d."j oi, , ii i, king jer,,, ;l li d 1, oi-al utih! Irom whire I itio'l, hut I mw no'.hn, ill 'lo ip, e,,rinei that would lead any i'l that ti.ev were tfon.g to dim the I ii. ,ii e i , o! thetn. i re i' deal, and o I t ' ii. tir.m! ro le ilong ' i no noiii e loieii (ir.te, ! ii.d i - ,: i , 1 1. 1 ..t , d.siiiiii, g- 111. !.'. -' it i. e i ;, .1.) llillig. iin l ' thr-e 'out 'ill'.' p:ck ; I). I liat t bav.- b- en In '.id r. 1 afu-r-'. i f Xpl' i.--. d niui h he fa in '" lino r, kverniig among el on the whale line ni k one, oi cour-e I cu aid tak" rtv otnn lii.ngi, !', .t j a, I i.;-n proo I wxa n.f. I'. in ij . It ileimi . ath lb it I i ood a: -iouhier atu.s, w .:h , !u,v Iuck towuU, the I con, and I would hive ; , , . "!, p.TM',,; wining t I. .vc UHn.fe.tea ', gird 'or iiiin in a mort mspicuou manner i: 1 I h'.il not been afraid 1 should overstep me rules o 1 not been nfni ilary etiquette i . .ii I nil ilarv cliouet'.e : I r sucn ui.iiks ale reguiaieu i j by bin hrr". It and hid tint n i . !ll,a; i'.o. r. I I liuilie lialell . i At nine o i l ca 1 w u certain I win ti, nt one ju-iv di.'..ni!Uislieu mvse.l ou ngunl.eu inyse.i ou , hen a npp,y 1 .r u pioiiioti m i that evening, rehrl came up I r ii in i(,f re-erve down '. . toe ii -e in n il .' a! n.ue tonne-ur piac-., anu we wem to lake their puce, Next I 'CiOiK e came to . ur p"ets .viiig ihere tweniy-four hours lo in. leserve, ui.,1 renviined i sg i n, a:, J ui;er i i ni'ue w. aei'l in I there II, I .veil Ii r, i i ei ii veil. 1 ne sec-jiid ! day io; ; . it ;... nl, I.' C 'ln'i'iii1'..' : k'r- e, i , j an I a1 nine o'clo, n w hen i It v a very uoc unf oruhie I lilt Icing aiijutere. Ih ' t;-e ,i quite iwards morning, ' . re re.seved again, u'lrgon pest, or in I wind blew all day 1 Irom the :iorlnwesl a peilect giie, ar. I ii ,.r,.w bILW '.aider even tiuiiiiie. We d. ln't si e in le d iu. any gou,i ii.i'iv t! bre all nl" ir, an 1,1,.., I.i.t tl-e I rl tins but they 1 fie wind would I over us, or ii fi n , k , ih u ' 1 W .lUill IliUW u I Ollljoc I ,i.i ill ri ii.l. ,. i re a- in. .re of an aiinnyanc? than woiie come night. We benelit. 1: vnas even sniiou.iv hop- 1 the wind woal.1 go d iwn at sun- ' I set, but it did noi. Ii .. Uiigh l .r u-, but 1 j tenfied mere o lor ihe vuiettes. My I'u.nd and ' 'dlJ a,,w" ,"",'r,',l ourtelvt-s iii with a! the : hianke'.s we pos-essed, and tiled to sleiy. AVe ' , .,i i ,. i .e ii. .' i- ' tl""ru """8!'. "' '".' s obliged t.. g,ve it up. I l.e boy mil up iheir ; blu.kct to keep llie wind l'lp mo.; e i.iifort'ib!.' plies' -Il from the fire. ! 1,1 1 eiuld find wis iags.,uit tnesc tii.iriKi'is, anu inn poii'ion we i.iiinu j waa many ilegre"s from comfort. Wc buiil u an aw lul ho! tire, so ho" lint as 1 sat ng-.inst thoit . , ,1 . . .. I . 1. ' . '.- ' blir.keta I had to cover my knees with newapapers, my lac-, wans nanhereniei to Kee I t . L 1 l .. I ... theai 11 f..l ..flmaS lllt"Il.ll' llP.ll. 111! llllil IllSll WHS PVHi-I.V t IP - - ' - .- reverie. The wind made itself felt as much u (lit rear, at ilia lire did in front. If some malicious fiend hid been sponging my back with ice cold water the t,cusatioiis could not luve been less desirable. Occasionally the torture was v- on picket, but it came to an and alter a while, M rich things always do, and at nine o'clock next - morning we writs icniirii ii a uesu ueitiii. Never did a set ol tinvoring pickets look more , similar operation to bo tcpoated eight tiuirs i ship; tho fixing upon a standing army Urge , the ranks of Ihe Federal army t" anxiously fjr ihe next reboi tu airivo than we 1 mcoessivoiy, plainly demonstrating tho capacity j enough to delend hourly, und not largo enough i -pe aU0Ve paasige, with aeverul following par did then! Il came in good sea,;,,,, and we gladly ol lh roup o( Su; - Io cx and their pieson, ,0 incnuee It ; these and many oth'T prohlcu... h w,re ,el ,0 lhe FurrMAN of la.t we,k .,, , , ,L -,i, l"ipulatiou ol b'Jo, ,0'J I to at least d(l,00(. (H)il. ' i,.r. seen and uuloresecn, uro the unparalleled ! R 1 shouldered our muet. and hurried back to our ;, Dot jnMIO.tKI'l, of mh.ibitaiits without ine n-1 liiluculties which tho n it Admimtraiion mun j '')' l' M- If '"' 'le to give i and just uch camp well plttsud lint thii misery waa at on endi i venience. ! meet and mosUir. I information as your correspondent would mot and I think ths leader will be pleised that my The effocte ol this influx of pipuiation in in-1 lhat Aduiinstratiou, therefore, facing 111 ad-1 je,irri the following ttatementt and facts will bs letter is at an end also. AmI-HiBII., ' '" ' Some Facts about tho Fourth Vt. Regimeut, A correspondent hat furnished ut the follow- . '"'I""""""" ,u" pericoc. of the 4lh Vermont regiment : '' T he 4:h Vermont regiment was mustered in- I , the I'nitrd State service at Brattlehoro. Vt.. S nt. 2.1. IStil. to irve for a w iiod uf three yeir. It arrived ut w asliiiiglou, l. l aepi, 24, ISlil, and crot'ed Chain Undge into Virginia Srp. 2H. It wat immediately assigned to the 1st Vermont Ilrigade, under command of ilrig, (icn. AVm. F. Smith, and with the 21, 31, i,h and Cih A'tnnont rrgimenta formed (he 2d brig ade nf tlk' 2d division, B'.h cirpj, of 'he army of the Potomac. Iu winter quir'eri we re in Camp Orirlin during the winter of 'fil "rj2. It em harked at Alexandria March 24, 1832, ind land d al lorireit Monroe March 27. It participated H10NTPELlKK,Yrr.9 TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1804. in nearly all trie battles of tlie Peninsula campaign, and left Harrison's Lauding Aug. lb, 1M2, mul sri-vcd at Alexindiia Aug. 2d. it pirticipnU'd in the first W' ryla-.d campaign, and wat engaged st CrsmDton Fan and Antietam. l.riisse,i into Virginia at Berlin, Md., Nov. 3, ar.d fought a' I.' . .. ' I. . I 11. 1 'i U I..!.. u!i li-r l.'...,l.., i,.,,r 11, o l!J Mnt oilo H.l.ll-r ii"ii "' ' ' !urtem at White 0,k Church, Vu in Juii. Wi. . . . , , , , .i .i j It wan in me column wnicn stornitu anu curneu the height, of Fredericks May 4th, and was engaged wiih the enemy both at a,erD Lliurcn and llank'a fork. It purliciptited in ihe Mary land and Pennsylvania campaign ot 1M03, und( with the hiigsdc, wm on the extreme left nl (Jet- tsburg The fiist mu-ler of the reuriinei.t ihowed an aggregate of 1-M7 ofiieeraai.d men. It has .ince 6s s ii received iHO r :cruit, anil Uec. Dec. 1, lS(i:), being two years, two months and ten da), it mus'ercd 751 "fl'icers and men, showing an uggiegato loss of 77i'.. The foliowiiig are among their principle en gageioei.'n besides skirmishes and foraging expe ditions : h e's Mills, April 16, Hd.', Williams. burg, May o, 1SU2, Gaidcii's l-'iirm, June 7, iHfri, Savage Station, June, ''.1, 1NI2, 'i hilt; Oik Jswuiiips, J me ,'iU, lsiti2, Cunipton I'll'.', or S nth Mountain, Sept. AiiluUni, Sept. 17, F.rst ba't'e o I'l - ilttit keliiir', I),e, J.'j, ISfiU, Srcand " " M.y i, lMilj, Sil. iii Cliun.h ai.d lai.k'- Ford, May :,, lti,:, (iett)l ng, July 2 and ', tslb't, 1'ui.kstown, Juir It), lWJ.'l, lUl.iMhatinci'k ti!, N-iv. 7, lHfi:j Out ot (.'.. (i, i:h regiment, which wne uuis tcred in i'.h 9S ofli:ers and men, 14 Inve died ol dineane, 4 of w mtids leeeiveilin battle, 2 killed in bailie, 1 ilen'tlfciJ, M ilichiirged for ilis-bili.. leaving 41, ol whicli nuny hive bieri woiinded ai:d re ivcred." itlisfcllaun. The Resources oi tli United States. Tho report of .Mr. Samuel Ji. Itu.'gb ., the American delegate to the International Statis tical Congress held at llerliu in September last, ba just been published at Washington ns a Coiigrei'siuijiil document. Mr. liugglee, ooin-in-si 'i.ed by e)"critiiry S",ud to attend the l.'uiigr' i us tlie olh.'ial rcpr.'i i.tadve ol th" I lilted States, lound, on bio ttirnal ut lieilin, ilial a reiioit on a iinibdui Bysinn ol weiciils and ineiisiiris lua u-en pre) area i.y U,e cm. luittee appuiuleil at the London mietiiij ol tee b'ongreaj in l'bll. caitaiiiin,; among oth' r stuic inenls, nuo to the lllcot tliat " the Culileder- at isatc of America bavo txj.ressed u d"ire f;' introduce the metric ( French) m stein. " Mr. huggkn having been inviled to cooler with the CUUIUlllU;e in relation to the report, at nncgex LrpieiJ llie phraseology of this passage, q aietly observing t a t'aa hnghshmen and others who ti,i,1 Hir.'Kilv Ht'iir.iV 'ii it. llult a linilv ul' f.r).. ! j tii ians posscesed no power to rccugnizo tho rebel , i -ri - -- . - - i stuteo as a nutu n. una, lUi ther, that our gov-, ernment did n 't acknowledge tho tebellion anyuiing more man a to'ii ineurreciijn, wmcn was certain oi suppression. iuis argument ; tinaliy revailed, the objectionable phrase was , e(J Some ol the States ol i America havj expressed a Ct-airc, &c and I Mr. Uugglef having thus won a point at the I outset, look His seat in the toiignss where tlui ty-thrtegoverrimeDiBWerereprntented. ihe paper on "1 ue Kesourcee ol the United ; States," which Mr. ltuggh'S bud belore the ; Congress, appears in lull m his report lo S.-cro-: tarySiewarl. u covers a vast n.ia ol research, i summing up the statistics oi the material we.iitii and growth uf this country in terse and forcible tyle. i'he subject is treated under tour bouds, ! territorial area, increase of population, ad-j ""oe 10 ll'e vul,uu0' rett,1 un.d P'-nl i'ro)rty, .....1 n.ililA laf f La i, il tt il ilLlj II !.. (.. I .. ' ' ; ment made is proved by figures from om.'ial ' l0Urces,and while the reader is left to draw hi- 4 ...l!.l.. .1.. .. ...A... ... l.f. ... A I.: . own deductions trom mo comparisons present-1 l"0,u ulu " y' """I1"3 ""v oui yne CuBClU!"uu cau w "acneu, ana that is, that , the the nation bus ample resources, not only I to sustain tho burden ol the war, but to pay all ' the debts incuried in putting down thc rebel-1 uuv. " u ' v S . v . creasing immigration Iruin hurope. W e have space to follow Mr. Kuc-gles through h;s elaborate array of valuable statistics, but the , a -i... ... .i. i ... tollow.iug are among the s'nking rxhibiti of hit report : imiua. in During the lull sixty ycart, while the pop ttltion ot France ha! increased but 37 percent. ftniJ tiat of England 121 per cent., (Prussia increasing 7'J per cent, in forty-live yeans,) the lucreuso in the United Slates has bi eii 5'Jj per cent. Tho looJ-producing wcsicru etut. i, embracing an area ol 2i2.1d4.b9.S acres, lorni. save the report, " an nameiiso naturul garden, in a sa lubrious r.ud d'irablo portion ot the temperate I r inn inLl W llli'S tliri HWrilln: Hlrielln of tintm In. ,(-.,, ih,. .,l,l. l.lu,,,,.. ,,.. .. .. , ., iv u.v, O'Jo inhabitants g iued by tho peaceful coiiquesl ol nutuie, fully equal to th population of Sil- Miu Wilili'ti 1'Mi.t I-riltll H'k ilul lrenr lha shl yeitrs' war, and exceeding that of Scotland, the subject of struggle lor centuries. The rapid influx ol population into this gtoup of Slates increased the quantity of the im-' proved land, thereby meaning larms mure cr '"s cultivated, withiu their limns, from 2ti,bNI,- ;(il IfoO to 51 720,3'Jo in 10. but leaving a reniduo yjt to bo improved of 2.10,dO,s, - o.,3 TlB ttr,,a 0, 05,140,05 acres thus tukeu in ten yiais Itotn the prairie and the lor - ei is equal 10 sei u-iignis 01 no arauie urea 01 m Fclu" !" l'"-""'-s's ' 1 ii,i,ooo,uou 01 acres, l'ho area cmbruci'd 111 the lesidtie will mum ' creoennj 1110 jiccuuiaiT sriiui, es wen us 1110 , agricultural produotE o lha Stut.ie in question ! ure signally manifest in thc census. The asses ted value ol their real .ml personal properly as 'ended from $1,1 l(i,00(l,0(iO in loo to $4 1)20,000 OOU in Inio, stinting a clear in I ereiiae ol t2.8 lO.OUO.Ol.ll. We c in best iiieasurn . tliia rapid and enormous iuc . asion of wealth by comparing it w ith tu ( hj ct which all nations : ..' '. ' . - . . i u "lu ;u",'r'-1!". "'"e. me omiuor - value, thu commercial marine ' Uo -iii". i mi -i vi-. 111 in 1S.VJ was ilj.VI'i.l'Ji ton- ; 111 1G0 was 5,35',!(iS ton. At f0 per ton, which is a lull citnnite, the whole pcuunmry value of the 5,3.VS,(itis tuns, embracing all our commercial Heels on the uotaos aud the lakes and the rivers, and mini tiering nearly thirty thousuni vessels, would be but (.2(17 ,940,000 ; whereas tho ili'roiso in tho pcoumary value uf thi S atnt unJ r cjusidra- Hon, iu ouch year ul the last dicado, wat $01, 000. 000. Five vears' increase would miichnsfi every oommeroial vesool in (ho Clirisiiui w. rid. The caracitv uf these states for the nroduetinn of vegetable aud animal fool Ii dwelt upon by Mr. Kugglo. with much lorce. He says : in cd ti MO'J '.I'lO.lf) bushels, onsidera' ly ' colli ' till" W.loli! CereUl lU'l UUCt Oi r.nt' JIM .1, . . . i . I .I ii.. ..U,', 1 1 not uallUs tii't'll to that l 1' I'l'i 1 i t!.e muni! i.'i.-jiJ tho svurn' iiti ji rtti t j .i r t in corwiiriiin: , o liy .1 htj? tlii' Idiy eurtiius in ruunher (foiii ot Indi.m coin, ineriMf 1 K.jliO.lW, to ll,(i;Hi,35J, mid the cattle Irum . . ..i.i . - iti 'ri .1..... .i ,oiO,niu i,.u-,oiu. luma '"" " the rai!,iy, the he.d of cattln who feed on the . III. t. ,ii Mt--.itt.il t.i nyn now i':irri"il in lour (M7H. i .,..., ,-. - - - . . ; S,. tUu, .i .'. ..: .!.... j..... a ,.l 1. to the It iti diiiiciiU to lurnish any viei'ole or aiieipmte measure lor u uiass ot cereals 5) cnorinoua HU 00S,IJI)O,llllt) ol' bushels. About one tilth ol the whole descends the chain ul lakes, on which l.ijOU vessels aro constautly employed in the tciiKon of navii'iition. About one-Reventii ol , the whole hudrt its way to the ocean through j K.io C.ml, vvlnel. hu. been l,l(. , l0 ,.,,ri,Niii ol ruLNMinir VeHMn In III 21 i) til IP. , , ye , t, jjjy 0r rvl y,, ,)t lk wrt,nJ enlurgeiueut, to pass vessels j ol tons The vessels rulbd canal boats, now navigatiu. tho canal, exceed 51)110 in numbe', and il placed in a line would be more than eighty mile in length.. j " " A general l imine is now impo -i wills ; fur AiirTieu, it uecessary, can teed Ku I lop'j lor outlines to couiu. L'-.t the statesmaii and pliil.iuthropi.it ponder well the magnitude i ol Ihe hiet, and hll its fat reaching coliSiquene : liolitical, social and moral in the increased In the lest d.c.de their cereal proJuctn iaiusiry, l.n) inciiianri Happiness, nun mo no 14 '02 I "ured p uce ul tho world." ' "': In regard to th'j uutallll'er jus dopasits of the ii : I .1. . . ! eountiy, .Mr Kug.'I'S presents some interesting ; staiistic, und eoneludes with the tolluwing par iigiapii , From tin: d jcu.u.iits and other evidences liuw ' bi'lore the intern ition.'.l ,S! iatienl CongJ'-s, it must be apparent thut the metaliHiirous regions ol the L ulled htat-n ol America are destined, : ejoner or Inter, to add materially to the h i pply of tho precious tiutais, and thereby to uttccl the curreney ol the woiid, e-ipecially il taken in con i:ie!i, n'with the capacity of the nurilerous re- lo'ia ol K.isoia, AusTaliu ana uritKi .tiiieiica i ,i , , i ,,,, i ,., u.,1 u,.ii,ini in f, mines ol Mexico.' I I ho concluding refereuu., in this piMi8e, ti, .he ,...ibi,ty ot !".cre.sed activity in tho mines ol Mexico, create,; a aeration among the French , debvaUs to tin, I'on.rc. who suhscuuentlv took j occa lull to i), -claim lor I' ranee any int-tit on i I occupying Mexico permanently. , frcia ttic liiSeeuitt-et Our Caudidate for the Next Presidency. We have an early word to say concerning the next Presidency. A lew newspapers are pro listing that soui'.thing else, just now, is more imnortatit to lie thouv'ht of : thatia unmake ,i. riw,u)n lirst. sav thev. and make the l'res ju,,m,y Ht,.rwiiiJ. Hut the appointed lime to l.'iicv uiiv have Cjine belorn we have unmade the rebellion. To he preparing now lor thc mxi presidential issue is one thing : l to bo experimenting with candidates fur il u I quite anutli r. It is too early, we unree, to bei insisting upon Ihe names oi men, but not too enrlv W bo establishing the ground-w ork of prill-1 ciplee The candidate is the mere ball ujun I I, t. iUUi.tuin ' the tirinoitiie is ihe rireiinul I ., . ... I.e.. : Tije I'ri sidency oi Goorge W ashington wus stream inai losses ii up or luuioius u uuwii. Iw, u,i f Abraham Linculu is not, ol euuai ' :,,,,,.,, ..;', that of the next four vears Va,biugluii entered upon bis i Dice just alter a r,lltt Korul WJ ended; Lincoln, just belore a eut Hollll iua uurBt ; the next President will ., . -,,.,, wi,iiu il,. temtieiit rapea over his hm,i ir are w , Bome nredict. to bav- V " f - - - fivmj Mx)t9 next summer? No ; wo may not Urvp war. hut we shall not have Peace. For th, ugh military hostilities may cease (which e juU)t), ycl, wben the war ot bayoueis has . (luJ ,ha Wlir 0f audomacy will i emo. Tho ... ,i i , f arties. On tho next morniiu i,- ,.,. utile of cunnini? uiieHtiniis will p(i 'lt, enemy, throwing away his worst ,i, -r A will rutin tint iiu Kr tin. ,on ' 0 & ,mt, even il the bittle-smuke shall be IAljy;n nwa. t,y the breath of the next Juno rosoSi uauKor win mM remuin. - il ii, m " A nation tired ol war, said l)e locque- ;n., .. ;il .li,,t i i.u ,t,.,l le rl. ...b.. ,.i . ,-...... i pence. J ins nMion,now conironiing sucn a ,,rj seeks in advance to mold a (iovi'inment uuls t0 Wllri1 ott ;ie C.ttt. lo settle a civil Wlir js uu, uurJcr Usk thlin tj WUK0 iu u ; ; i, ,i ,,., HifK ( ,1,,;. n,.t p.i ,i.. TJlv(. u?ul a Government, and one almost U' Ver Wt) done the proof ot which is that almost ereiv civ,l war in history has ended in a com- l.roui so. Mull ours .' God lurmutiiut how avert it .' lo lie lore warned is to he torearmed. I Let us be wise in time, that we may uot be ' duped for tho sako of peace." To keep out the almost inevitable compromise, we must now I begin to build the barriers. . The next Adminstration, if it shall begin under pence, will have its hands more full of various labors than under a continued War, ' i Governmeut has a cohesive power during war ! greater than during peace. A national emer- ' geiicy , such aa the Amer.cau lievulution or thc I nresent Ke'icllion. consolidates all loval inter. ' i ests fusing all nieu'e minds into a single pur-1 ! pose, and compacting the (ioverument into a terrible strength, tlut poace with its diversity ' i"rjr euiiipaigu, uovu ui, ouw, w see do ol interests, dividing and scattering popular j reason why it is not jus; as able, this winter :-pmpat!iv, uncentraliies the governing power. I uprinu, not to bo only conquering the re It will be a harder task to unite parties under bc'lion, but at the same time taking a wise the next Aduiinstratiou than it bus been under j forethought of tlu future, first of principles, this. Itwi l require a liner statesmanship to , -"- alterward uf men. Tho ship cf stale Ijss conduct the next Aduiuistruiion than it baa lor I es on a rough a , the bolls will soon ring a I .!. I.Tdu. .I,..jni,in .Pri Ilia in . ... in n I tu I like crest poet, liut lew as they are, we i i must make diligent search to find one for the j next Presidency. , Wlut a complication of problems will the I mxt lour years bring. iNotlnug lets tbuu the I i e-tublishment and socuiity ol human liberty ; the tccoiwlruction of a broken Kepuhl.c, the , 1 r. adjustment of tho rights of the States, and : ol thc Federal Government ; status ol the ne-! 1 gro, aud his conversion, into a citizen t the pun-1 ishmetil ul ireosou ; ine re-onorsiiip 01 Ooutli. 1 laudd ; tho i,u'trir,-i rim niitnm.il ti ,n of a disbanded soldierr back into oitu-n-1 . vanco sucn an uucounieu uiuiiituao 01 uuiies, inuat bo iquul to the ciuorgency. The country I cannot ollord lo risk liny second rate committee, i chosen at hap-hntird, to be iis President and Cabinet. 1 1 needs first class men, every ouo a 1 pure diamond ! II Cromwell und Milton tlnm. Uelven ..o.,l,l return Irom their r.m Li servn -- 113 with their own g'niue, they would not tiring j 1 any ability superfluous lor the oeoasiou. lieu i ; one M ipa 10 tnina uuw me immediate luturo I worid's ho,o that by our victory or dofcat tho , 1 i.i . i .r 1,1 happiness of nil minkii d is to Is) helped or ; hiudiTcd so solemn and serious becomes the question uf tho national leadership that Sober men may well u'k tlicuisolves, even three short mouths in advance, " Who is eullioient for these things T The man, therefore, who comes 1 bearing in Presidrncy, of T B and Human Ins bauds credentials lor ths next must demonstrate as hi. brat tukeu uf auliliine alli jmnca to God. I.ilmin I UighU a reverend mind, heightened to the noblest conception of the hinotion of Govern, me.it, th graudour ol Justice, and the Debility of man. The chief object ei Uovrnm?niitops jj H tit LIX iX short of nothing lira than tho uplifting J humanity ; ana Lolerilge ought to no once ....... ... ......1. .,., . ......... tl,. li,.,iiriri I more, HIIK lo iracil nmuemieu uimi ii'ifi '" '! ' i . . . . hi... ... :n ... i. !..u iiinetionn. A (jovnriiiii'Tit like our, in which tho ni'iieral priueiples ol fipmlity, liberty, und clarity "ive npirit to tho laws, nutfdH, im ita true adiuinetriitor , men ol protounu roli)iou8 ooti vieaorm men upun whoso hearts aro gmven me two linen oi inu law, love to our uou uu love to man. A friend ol oum lutoly cumi baek iroui Viinliiiiton eayinx, " The tfreat luck there is of a postivu faith in tiod." but wh.tt Illness have, men, lacking such a fuilh, to administer what ought to b a Chris tian (ioveruni.int ? No man is lit to siand ut Hid head ot men who does not sit at tho feet ol Ood. Tho only ruler who ruled sublimely is ho whooft soul is touched ol the Holy unost. anil who h i borrows greatness from Heaven. And a nation in a lilo und death struggle tor liberty needs for its leader a man with whom liberty is not only a political idea, but a relig ious la th who carries it iu his breast as an unquenchable cuifiusiuui, as t holy and purity ing biro ! In the time of our trial of our hup-ti-m of blood, not yet ended let all devout hearts pray tha: God muy grunt us the gilt ol such a man ! As another requisite, let the nation, in elect ing a until to preside, take one who was born to command. The capacity to govern is native witli us p ssor , it cannot be louued 1 1 him becausi li happens to be J resident. Genius I ir adiniustratioii is undo of sutierior tenso ipiiekiiess, courage, and will senno enough to make a man his own beet counselor, even though he Inv: a cabinet of ministers besides; quick ness enough lo make one timely blow to tell hetter than two turdy ones ; courugu enough lo ussuinu every icsponeihili'y except the re sponsibility ol doing wrong ; will enough to break through coinm in men's impossibilities as through egg shells. " The will, ' as (iJierson t.ays " rAur is the man." It is a man with a will thai we ucan to hunt for next July, and to vote lor next Novembei. Also, let us take a man ot clean hands whose palms unvexed with un itch lor gain, uncorrupted by bargain and sale, ungn edy ol a piid price. It is per- nl"u P imio.ssio;!' io maau any uovernineni thoroughly honest. As the great frenchman ""'." Ooveriimen w.ll 1 as rascally a, tho P'l" I"- Ilul .""!'P"" ' TmU, for ",.. "p wiuient, to p -rmn no rus- J . V''" ' 'u" us " l" "V lD"' cl V ol Washington was so corrupt that tho man in the moon h Id his nose in passing over it. The present Adminstratian, though uot perfect in ail tho virtues, is in this respe.'t, so great an improvement on tho preceding, as to create a desire Cut the forthooin ng may be un equal iiiiproH'Uiciit on this. A man of incorruptible int 'gntv is in himself a treasure to a nation. ",T.:e king's nam: is a tower of strength." We will not spicily other requisiie qualities lor il wo inn bud a candidato with all these, we promise to bo satisfied ! We hope our many readers and our brethren ol the press will give hoed to these suegontions. H the lime is ever to come in this country when choosing a President, we ought to tuko the ''. Wrongest, braveit, b: man, and no ""'ir, we believe that time draws nigh. And "hat shall hinder us Irom such a choice? Such is the comparatively unpartiian etate ol old parties, such the general iinatiiinity of pur P among all loyal und patriutio citizens, that rim niTiini w liL-alv to lirt Iriii.F in fii!ilrin,T lia n miimtion for tho next canvas than for any j previuus presidential struggle lor many years. h i-h no old political favorites to be necesnarily rewarded no eld debts to bo settled wilb for mer place-men and continuous office seekers no unavoidable bargains tu be made with bal ance holding fictions no needed consultations with the ancient and dry-rotted lubhjmen of Albany and W ashington no enemy, domestic or foreign, respectable enough to be compro mised with noothcr object to be promoted than tho interests of the country why should there hi' a committul to any other candidate than to the lust man lor Hie highest placer Nor, tins time, can the usuul plea of ' avuilubil'ty" bo I us d us the apology f,,r pulling aside the fittest I man for same one more aeenli'iilullv usab e. be- cause more politically influential We lieiicve not over sanguinely, as wo hoie that the loyal party will be strong enough ut the next election to carry its candidate, whoever he muy be. The true Piesidenlial campaign, therefore, will be waged belore and during the Convention, rather than after thu nomination. It will not he s ) hard to elect the best candidate as to nom inate huu. This is a reason which not only jusiilie bul urges an early surv-y of tho entire held. Let loyal men unite speedily and heart ily, upon the ono und only object of choosing t'"' "t ""in "'' i.ev tooer-iuinueu citizens ponuer me quieuon. u e repeui, it is not time tu he r"hly nominating; bul it is time lor everybody to be prudently coneiderii g The nation, just now, is busy with louicthing be side candidating .having a toilsome task on its hinds, having a bloody sweat upon its brow, But while the blacksmith is hammering, he 'nay be thiukinir. It is idle to say that because 'he reliellioii is on our hands, therefiro we are 10 -nian an mougnui ol an approachin ehmg-' of Admii jtrution a cluing., that may either bo the safety or ruin i tho country. resides, il the country is expected to bo able, next summer, t.i carry on a Presidential and a Oliatle'C Of WUtdl '. W 111) slial 1 tttka th 0 FlfW t t llfn ' tho helm? Let it be the safest man to steer B torm, tho surest man to find the war into port and sale anchorage. Give ua the wisest head, the stoutest arm, tho bravest (oul ! And mJ ' ' -"'P lno '"'F : - - - .... ... for in. rr.em.n. , , Tu9 'rMdmen. " F.ditor t Frkhun : AA'ill ynu pleaie to le nie i,rUgh ihe col.unnt of thc Fiikkman h,, if anything, i. being dme fir the mora. nd intellectual etnuilion oj calami men, now in of inlcriit. 1. Having in view the general waifare of the slaves who become free in the pmgrett of the war, anil the working of the 'rorumolioii 0 F.man- ! riKt'iO'i, clothing i lorwaruod in large quantities lul school. eMablMud and teachers forwaided, governed in their operation by our .Vei Emf iand avslem. 2. These tchool are eslablnhed and tucceed. ing udininbly in the following place , beside ot) era tu which we have no ooai.on to allude: New Orleans, with ome twnny teachert, Port Jloyal, Ileoufurt, F-dgerly Plantation, Laditt' ! Island, andieveral oilier plicet io S. C. St. Au, I gustiue and Ferr.andina, Fit. Newbcrn, Hoanok jinil, lli'iuf.rtaiid Wathinglon, N. (;. 1 Nor folk, Forlrcs. Montoe and Hampton, Vs., and to 1 ..... i aiound on our northern boundsry to Mittouri. 9 Thsie tehooli rs occupying tt' time and tab-til or, iupii now, ov.r lfu teatkars .... . . NO. IO. ! 5 Hue of these we know to be from Vermont, and nwillii we suppose from New Kngland, The - it mijorily are ladies, but for tuperintending g iirr'd moViinent., gentlemen are employee!. Among these are per"hi of the finest nccom plishiiientn and talent. School hook of all needful varieties, globe, map, aisle, stationery, ic , ic, are forwarded in liberal quantities Among these multiplied labor Ihe colored aol- diers are not overlooked. Gen. I'lnnn's order from lbs Gulf Division for thounanda of bcok for bis colored men, wa promptly answered, and xteen male teachers furnitbed, to be iu Cimj guiding the aspirations of the up-rising intellect, once duwn-trodJen and benighted. i. In aid of thii enterpriie, the Nations Freednuu'i Ktdiof Association i putting forth iu energies. Of this Association, the Itev, L. II. Stone i agent for V'ermont.and I noticf that in the different D iinberi of a paper inued by the Nsw England Freedmsii'a Association, there are acknowledg ments as follows by Kit. L. II. Stone : Barre $121, Cabot $12U, Fru.klin 11 Hartford $!G, Northfieid $1 10, l'eaclmui ll t, Itoyalton $74 50, Sheldon $127, St. Aibana (22(1, and many other placet which we hive not lime to notice, liut ' enterprise, if any, can be more plea it g to the true friend of humanity, morality and religion, than those seeking a just elevation of our colored countrymen. la il nut acting the part of the goud Samaritan 't Well did (Jen. Sixt.n lay, "No enlerpris. now before the American people could be more deserving of their attention and tyinpathy, and none promiied so rich a return at io tiill ng an expenie." More upon this iubject by ind by. " Old Abe." Hy " Old Abo " is not meant President Lin coln, but tho Chippewa F. igle that has lieen curried by the Kighth Hegiment siuce it entered the war in We have seen bum time to time many inter esting items in regard to this 11 Bird," and w have taken pains to obtain from Kecruiling Olli oers for that regiment sumo inloruialion a to bit habits. Old Abe is an intcllient bird, and under stands himself. When at liberty to go whore ho pleases, the Sutlor't Tent is his lavonto place ol resort. Il any live chickens are to be found, he is sure to pounce on ouo, aelit ng il - itli one claw, and hobbling off on the other w i'h the aid of hi wings. Old Abe, we are sorry lo say, is quite a thief. There is ono favonte dog in the Kcgimcut with which the Kigle keeps on good t ami their sun nl victory is already rising. Ws term. They will both eat together nt Ihe be-! give deep sympathy and honor 1 1 th men who, ginning of the meal, but inward the close, as ' in the imetesis of civilization, separated them provisions got scarce, tho Ligl will pilch into 'fives from mankind, to p. neiiatu the chill Soli the dog and drive him oil. If a borne comes I tudes ol the Arctic Milieus. I heir names re within reach, i.r. Kaglu it sure to exhib t hie I main ,iu added constellaiiun iu pdar skies. But, superiority over the quadrupedal creation by we know that hi'ter skies and winter winds are hupping on to the nag anu inner ting Ins talons in no very complimentary manner Old Ahu manilests his appreciation of Orato ry in a very unique way. When a distinguished officer c. mes along arid addre-is the tionps, he joins with the Soldier in their cheers. Hu method of cheering is lo spread his pinions to their utmost extent, and men jump up and down on his p rch. This mode ol applause adopted by tlu tiglo ia said lo bo very inspiring tu the orator. When tho regiment is engaged in battle, Old Abe manifests the fiercest delight At such a time be will always be found in his appropriate place at the head of Co. lb To be sevu in all ins glory, he should be seen when the reigment ' eel"t.eU in Hie smoke ol natlle. 1 lien ihu ElSle ""lh "PrettU I""u". l and down u oue.i nei u..u imi scnaitns us un Kigle alone oan utter. TheheiOT wilder and louder the storm of ha I tie, the liercer, wilder and louder the sermon of the Kaglo. Twice Old Abe has been hit by secession bill lets, ono shut carried awty a third part ut Ins tail leathers. He is a universal favorite and has been carried with tho regiment through sev en S'utea. Thousands flock to see turn, and be is lust becoming famous. When the wur is over with, this F.igle, should be kept at the expense of the S ate, ul the cap ital in Madison, and the heroic Warrior who I bore him salely thiough, should t o pensioned by theSleto and be retained as the knqs-T ol the high' lo this we are sure all the people ol the suite will agree. What a grand history bo will have whai a grand Eagle he will bo a hundred years h 'lice. Pilgrims wonll come in vast mul titudes Iruin ell pert ul the world to see thin F.igle that was borno through thin, our second war for Independence. Vex ! Let the E iglo be come a Siato Institution after the war is over. His name is already recorded in history. A Speech from Gon, Fremont Gen. Fremont presided al a meeting in Coop cr Institute, N. V., Monday evening uf l.i-t week, to welcome to the city Ucorgo Thompson, ul England, celebrated lor bis anli slavery linJ ,, counlry in whn h we liv , and loarljee views and teachings. Gen. Fremont's sjneeh, I working up to it. I have iiiuilo t'.ceu low re introducing Mr. Th impson, was evidently pre-' marks, partly to sugg-st such ideas as may be , .. ,1 . ., 1 . - .- I nn intrudiiciii n to wiiut our giue-t will lave to pared with much care, and as furnishing some: , , , . , . 1, . . .u . . . W. 1 did not dwell u, 101 acts that nc- light upon ins views ni men ana matiagemeni hi8- p'-e"1! 8"0 " --"" Gen. Fro- umnt said : Lauiki am Gkntlkmin -I am glad t.i w;f,i,,H''"1 T ,iF? .1 . - i,.,i.ui,., 1 .i him to you. Ladi s aud gentlemen, I have the Ulttl lis. mu in ivmii. wi iiiiuw niiivn l'lumirro a yj. r,,rd,alwelcom.ti,ourtf...tof he eve-1 uing. I thank you very sincerely for your Irieml- "'" "Kl I, reei'ption of mysadl, and thank you w n.nly ! uf Auiur,e'1' 'Mr' 0u"r il,ou,'"u ior huu, under the circumstances, it will bo es- i 1 iieAully grateful to bun. Coming lu re after an interval of years, he cannot hi expectiai inline- diaudy to realite the change which lias been I Alvit tast Nl) Inm-kctdu Gkskrai 's.Omcti, workei iu llie country, and imprcwioiie from! Woo Isd ck, Feb 27 1864. $ very dillcrent teenet which ho witnts-si'd here,' The quota of the i ver il Inwriio thit Slate, cannot tie 1 ffocel fn.ui bis memory. When ho ' under the cill lor jOO.OOO volunicer, as recently wat last her-, the country wus at p aoe, ur.d , pulilidied, were computed by the Provost Mar men do not readily huiard lis hli'sBii g. The ' hal in sccordance with instructions from th people were unwilling lo enter up m the discus j provort Marsh il (.jeni ral, which did not allow ainii u! a quistioii winch threatened lo disturb! them lo consider (he surplus creilits, to which great interests They wero not willing to inflict , (,., lis were tntilled previous to the call for UOO, upon themselves ar the southern people the pen j 000 volunteer, mad Oct. 17, lSttf, and those allies which attend a greut relonu, l'heu dis , crcditi were not included iu their computation, cussiuut upon slavery we 10 held 10 involve dis 1 I'pon app'icatiou and proper representation ! union, and it required the direct and flagrant , the Provoat Marshal General, an order hat been aggressions of au institution enaa'iitially at war' obtained allowing thise cieditsj and new Corn wall tho principles ul our Government to bring ( pulslion ol quota hat lieen made, in which eaeh men to consider it, and 10 louse them to uet.oii , town hu been allowed for all credits to which it against it. He has yet to realite the change, ' is entitled, as shown by the records in thit office, and until bo doc, every euoh expression ol thu varying, essentially, the quot.t from these friendly loading must give him peculiar sutialae- j receiilli pubh-lieil. tion. It in iy not seem to you entirely appro-l The qiola'.i thu corrected, will be publithedl rriate that 1 tbuuid ph-sido over tliia lucciin.' (,y the l'mvort Marshal in due teaton, and will l might seem more fitting that some one cf include ail men ri ported and credited to Ih lima older date in the Ann Slavery I'.uc-gle, some ol nc'i publication, one ul tli.nW who also hml I'e'urred the tfeiisor- JJy order of the Oreernnr, ou criticisms and social martyrdom to which. Pkter T. AVasubikm, his li lo bus hem much exposed, should elaad at ' . Ujulanl and lnspttor GtntraL bis side to-night tu receive and Ui share in jour . - generous recognition. Hut in givi-g biui bit Any one who it well enough to do duty Is welcome back io tne country we ucairo to nring ... . 1 1. 1 e . .1. - -.1 i. ... .1 I distinctly before bun the new phono through,.. .. which it is puling Slavery, now held to W ' , -"P'l, wit'. Union , L.b.rty, then d, mod " tpeech, Duw holding the sworl , the nation id , oious btrrae Muu'h. now biil linir thu swor 1 . the nation in arms fur the principle he advocated, hostile lal . . - - .. . . i a .1--. . 1. 1 1 ...1 I eumiirouiise, impatient ol delay t its old toltr. " , 1 I'.. -..IJ U-.' J .. ae enangea invo nuitu na.rwi .faunai 11 ! TEEMS FOR ADVERTISING. ' F ,r one Square, or 12 llns a or If n of Nonpareil typ, ' Hi ce intern, ns, I'll, f-'r fw ulnequnul inMrllon life ni. L'liitss Un i imiirer nf inert ooi are marked sa ' :iie ailve, ll m!,l it will be- I'l nlniiifil till orJsreii Ml 1 lateral il i-o'iiit wvil-lo M-r'-Hiil anil nlheri aiirer. I. -i.it- l y la1 ii-ar. I'n.lci',. an I ( 'Dimliilrin'la' .Votlcei, fl I 0 each. K'T N'Uieei ol I,ilratini.a, I lr)i, llie Formation a ait Dim.iluiion or Or,,nnei-liiiia o., 1 ,00 eaou ior Ihrs. oi.'riluin. It kui l.y mail il.e Blimey inut aoromnan II. S -MllT Notice In news coltimni. Il) cnt rer line each Inier linn, ton no clmriis mails i f lent than oo cut. Nutis'sol Iieatlia ar.d Marrlaic-i inaertcd gratia, bat t-aieraM (Ibilaarjr No.icea or H ,iry, will b cbarftd S'llf KdwrlisiiiK rale. tJL ' ... ... -J cause of this war, and deeply reiiolvid o to deal wr.h u thai the places which knew it shall know it no inure. Ab one belubging to the body of the people to whom conviction has been brought by the logic of events which torced il.eir coiis'der.itiou upon every man, snd with tiio object ol aid.ng our guest to realise the unanimity with which the nation is moving to the accomplishment ol its object, 1 am honored w ith a request to preside hero this evening. I'd our guesi it uuut bo more agreeable to re alize the presmt than to remember the past. Hu oomes now among us to w linens the triumph ol the priuc.ples ior which hu labuicd, and wt are glad t have an oouaoiou which we oan use to express our obligations to him und his friends on the other side ol tho water lor the services they have tendered us ; io maiik him individu ally, and as ou. ul' a class which in England represents the pi! lie c jr.ncier.ee, iovmg justice, and intolerant of oppression, nod to wnoin we are indebted lo.' a icimoiom ailhurooce to our cause from the ls;;innirig uf Ibis War. Their sympathies lor us .e.ciioo Iruin tiie starving Mauchesicr operative r- lusmg to petition Parlia nieot to our injury, up to tho mrone i.self which ii touched and ii.llu "Vic "ii. 1 ,dicu'.ioi,s during the past year have bid us lo inter a disposition toward friendlu,etm on the part of Knglaud. I' ma mav como m part lion, un opposition to French jwliey, aud mora receouy Irom that ne cessity lor au ally which England begins to letl. liut we believe il mainly due to the eilorts of this class that she in still in a position to render an alliance between us possihio. We reccnne this influence in the check ll bus given to South ern sympathizers among them, and we take pl-usuru in believing thai it has boon under pressure of Ihe same intiucucc that England withdrew from all alliance with lha attempt to place an Austrian throne upon the ruins of wiser lt-puhlic an attempt which shocks the public sentiment uf this country, and lav emiLeni ly bosiile to tin) stability ol iw inilituuoni. And while we aro making this recognition of the generous and consistent support we have received Irom tho liberal party abroad, whose labor for us is a part only of their great works in the general ini.resls ol humanity, we cannot silently pas uv.r the services rendered by their l.-llow-luborcrs on our own soil setvices wniou have been only indirectly recognized, and in most scanty measure. What to-day is the posi tion of the men who tor the past thirty yetrt have worked to bring our practice iutoconlormi ty with ihe principlei oi tne Government And who, iu the snuggle against established and powerful iiitcrcs's, have accepted political disa bility and humiliated lives' Have any ot these bfen put in governing phio s wbere there proved udcliiy would guarantee the direct execution of what is to day the ii. urly unanimous will of the people? Certainly not yei. So far, the virtue ol the Kulwuers n its own toward. While they are jet I'ving, tli .or tammies have lalleo upon the shoulders of otheis to whom you have given high position, but th'y ae still laboring in narrow piths broad, niug, lobe suro, and brightening ,r (he rough ground is passed, not to unkind as m in s ingratitude. And why then, do we withhold sym, a.tny mid honor Irom these men who bavo Sa unll richnitly trod their isolated piths of s-'ll-upp owed iluiy, accepting political mid SvCul exeoiiiu-umcaiiun these lierot'S of th : moral solitudes .' liut, even as It in, our K dormers huvj a better lot than hin'orv usually records for such, they have the salislac uon not ouly 10 .e but to enter, with the people whom they led into the promised land. Add perhatsj they are Well sa islied lo r poae, and lo rest upon their finished work, feeling surely that ttiey i.uvo lieon liiithlul servants, nnd that their c untry will yet say to iheni, ' well done " .louaeiiiuei in uulaiuilmr uountries, the trav eler finds hiiiis.-U shrouded in fog, and the way so hlddcu, the leatures of l he country g0 angu larly oliunged Irom the reality, that he cannot salely move, but if some iriendly miuutilie aid lels uiiu ascend a lew hunired feet above, he buds himself suddenly in a clear atmosphere with a blue sky und a shining sun. lielo him, ihe small T objects thut muled and bewildered him lie hidden ; bcloie him standout, salie t and clear, the leading ridges and great outline of tne country wired point out 10 him the right way, and show huu where ho may reacn a place of security aud reposi tor the night, and he goes on Ins jiurney coiiti leiitly. And so it is with thos i men who devote their lives. unflinchingly ami eing'v, to the public good to the nmnt 'ti in :e uf priucplcs and adro- cacy of great letorms Tncy live iu a pure at mosphere. And such ought also to be th. char cut of the men whom we elevate to our high places, liaise J into tout upper air, and charged with the ge.iervl ealuty, they are ex pected to be imp iso, nl ; they are expected lo sett over and b-y ni l th p is iu il am d'.i ins and individual lutureels wb cli ol i.ccosaity inrlueuoe men acting indivi luaily ; their bo''l,n is univers.il, and they see b'rudly defined ihe great principle whicO l.al ,1 ui.ioii eontm uniisly on to u setil d prosperity and a sure gii ry Aud as a comliiioii nt our material safety we should beu t) r thit only such men aro put in suoti place. .M. u c.p.ble ul re i ceivtng a cuiiviciuu and reuiiXing a i.ecesiity i,.n uhlii 1,1 uniiif.ri-lti ml tl,H Miirit nf tli air A , 0.,tirjy luuilmr to you, I ut I d.nired uierdy to revive in your minds rcccoib'C'ioiis uf the chtr- acler und services ul tho men whom bo repre- , - . . , . ,. . '""!" ' 10 ,n lroJ uc". ,'k fpre-ritative ul the lib- " 1 11 . ..r l. .1. .. 1 1 i.:.aA STA1K OF VF.RMONT. ; KitUioo Invalid Corps ouo .nlist at tht r Marshal' OhVe aud be reckoned on th the town from which he eulisis. Spa oious barracks fir the Invalid Cine under com maml of dpt. Prow, un ats.ui to built tt ! ,, .,,1 , I llHlllt. ' ' i ..