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TI-I1C VEEMONT TEANSORIPT.
1-VldiiV. IVoV. 1 1.
The (Jrantl Hcsiill.
Enough lins been transmitted by
tolograph throughout the country to
assure us beyond a reasonable doubt
thnt ABRAHAM LINCOLN and AN
DREW JOHNSON ore elocied Presi
dent nnd Vice President of theso
.United States. Lnte returns indicate
that nil of tiic States have given their
electoral votes for Lincoln nnd John
Wn, oxcopt the. States of Now Jersey
which supports McClollnn by a minori
ty of 500, Delnwnre which follows
suit 'th u small innjority of 150, nnd
Kentucky nlns I Old Kentucky for
which Vermont used to have so much
regard, when "Hurry of the West' was
nlivo, gives tho lnrgo majority for Mc
Clellan of 20,000. To this catalogue
must probably bo added Missouri, and
with those crumbs of political com
fort, Messrs. McClellan and Pendleton
must, nt present, bo content Those
four and no moro have east their elec
toral votes for Gen. George 15. McOlel
lan. Tho weight of the Chicago plat
form was too groat for tho great per
sonal popularity of Gen. McClellan,
nnd ho and tho platform must now bo
regarded, for prosont purposes.as prac
tically 'fplaycd out."
To thoso who have read the political
discussions in tho Vmimojct TiuNsmirr
from tho editorial scissors and editori
al pen, wo need not repeat how im
poitant wo havo regarded the presi
dential canvass just closed. Wo will
not withhold an expression of our
groat gratification that the American
people, upon a solemn appeal, have
given their judgment in favor of a vig
' orous prosecution of the war and in
support of tho present administration.
The crisis was momentous. Tho
national will has been deliberately ex
pressed (hat (ho war should lj prose
cuted to tho full attainment of its
Of tho part borne in tho contest In
different Slates wo will speak hereaf
ter when tho returns shall havo boon
made fully reliable Tho grand result
must give unspeakable comfort to tho
friends of Liberty and Union all ovor
tho civilized world.
Recent gains of administration mem
bers of Congress which aro reported,
Tender it certain that tho Thirty-ninth"
Congress will givo strong sirpport to
tho Government. This is a matter of
'great pnblicr ejoicing, and, nest to tho
oleclion of Lincoln and Johnson, chal
lenges our gratitude to tho Great Dis
poser of human events, inasmuch ns
it assures in the Houbo of Roprosontn
tivca tho requisite majority of two
thirds for a constitutional amendment
forever abolishing slavery in tho nation.
portnues was ImnSnebjd boforo Thurs
day, NOv. 10th.
Tun Steam Boat Lint, to axd rnoM
New Yonu Cm. "Wo command most
heartily tho steamboat lino for passon
gors going to, or coming from, Now
York city. Taking tho train at St.
Albans and reaching Burlington, one
can go aboard tho excellent steamers
on Lako Champlain, at 0.13 P. M. and
arrive next day at Ne w York City at
2 o'clock P. M., by the Hudson River
railroad, or at 5.30 P. M. by the day
Or taking tho stoamboat train at 9
o'clock, A. M, at St. Albans and taking
tho 10.10 o't l ic-k day boat at Burling
ton passengers enn reach New York
oity nt 0 o'clock next morning. This
is tho next attractive lino and route
for the tourist, if not for tho business
To our taste this route is far prefer
able to ridintr the entire distance by
It affords one more comfortable rest
and meals nnd greater chance for seeing
the scenery on the route through the
Lako,and iiith Hudson river, besides
an opportunity for stopping nt Sarato
ga. In tho summer season this route
is far more dcsirablq than the tedious
one by railroad all the way and in the
autumn nothing can be moro beautiful
or varied than tho scenery on tho Lako
and Hudson river.
Thomns II. Canfield, Esq., is Gen
eral Superintendent, whoso offico is
on the west sido of tho squnro at
Burlington, whore tickets can bo ob
providod by law, bo satisfied by com
petent proof of such person lmving
been honorably discharged from tho
service of the United Htnles as afore
said. Act of xxtvH Conyress, Fas, ii,
Mnniiractiircs In Franklin County
and Vicinity No. 1.
From time to time, ns it may suit
our convenience to obtain tho neces
sary data, wo design to present to tho
readers of tho Vermont TruNsrntiT re
liable accounts of tho several manu
facturing establishments in tho county
of l-'ranklin. This plan will necessarily
involve much pains-taking on our part
and the cordial co-operation of those
whoso business is thus prominently
brought into public notice This pur
pose, wo trust, will secure tho good
will of thoso whose establishments
may bo described and may aid in mak
ing tho Yr.HMONT TnANscmrrn welcome
visitant at the shops and firesides of
a increasing, circle of readers and sub
We innngerato tho series with the
establishments of our neighbors, L. L.
Dutcher & Son, St. Albans Village
This merenntilo houso was established
October 23d, 1811, succeeding tho late
Jasper Curtis, Esq. us druggists. Mr.
Frederick Dutcher, tho Junior part
ner, entered the co-pnrtnorship in July
1851. The same convenient and cen
trally situated premisos on Main street I
menccment of the business.
Tho establishment consists of a noat
nnd convenient apothecary store with
a laboratory nnd u manufactory for fly
Anniversaries at MontncIIcr.
On Tuesday, Oct. ISth, tho Vermont
J fistorical Society held its annual moot
ing. Rev. Dr. Labaroo -delivered a
scholarly address. Rev. C. C. Parker,
road an excellent biographical notice
of Ex-Gov. Ezra Butler. Row Dr. Ty
ler prepared a capital notice, of .Col.
Cummings, of Brattleboro, which was
road. Row John A. Hicks, D'. D. of
Burlington,WR8 chosen orator for next
year, and Edward J. Phelps Esq., of
Burlington, substitute W. F. Poolo
Esq., of, Boston, and Dr. Roland S.
Houghton of New York city, nnd Hon.
Jonathan Tonney, of Boscaweu, N. H.
woro elected corresponding members.
On Wednesday, Oct 10th, the anni
versary of tho Vermont Sunday School
Union was celebrated. Rev, D. S.
Frost, of Orange, N. J-, addressed tho
Convention on the "Sunday School
Toachcr and his Mission," and was fol
lowed by Rev. Messrs. Stevens, of
Westminister, Dunn, of Fairfax, Fos
ter of Burlington, Byington.'of Wind
sor and others. The constitution was
I amended so as to change the time of
holding the contention to tho third
Tuesday of August
In the afternoon tho Rev. E. II. By
iiirrtnn. nf Windsor, .delivered an ex-
icellent address on "Sunday Schools
I historically and prospectively consid
ered, verv iorcioie resuiuuuiio i-io ,
Examination or I lie St. Albans
Haiders at Montreal.
Wo mako tho following abstract of
tho testimony in tho examination of
tho St. Albans raiders nt Montreal,
from tho report in tho M'itiwxs and
Gazelle of that city :
Albert Sowlcs, sworn : Rosido in
St. Albans, am Cashier in tho First
National Bank of St Albans. About
3 o'clock, P. M. 10th of Octobor, two
porsons came into tho bank, ono pro
ceding tho other. I was behind tho
counter I wns tho only person belong
ing to tho bank who was in. The one
who camo in first drow a revolver,
cocked it, and said "You aro my pris
oner." He pointed tho revolvor to me,
and said, "if you offer any resistance,
I will shoot you dead.". Ho was then
about a yard from mo. I mndo no
answer to this threat, but was intimi
dated by it, and considered my lifo in
dnnger. Tho other person camo up
and ho dr jw a rovolvor.
Tho witness then pointed out C. M.
Wallnco, as being tho ono who first on
tered the bank, npjwoachod and made
tho threat spoken of. Could not rec
ognize the second man. A few mo
ments after, two moro men entered tho
bank. I saw no arms with theso last
, j ii i ii i 1
two men, at me lime iney enme lino i
the bank, but one of them camo around I
lins, on the tho night of tho 19th of
October, and arrested them then, or
on tho morning of tho 20th. Bruco
and Sporr wore in bed in a tavern
kept by ono William Elder. I thon
mado prisoners of them, nnd put
keepers over them. I met Collins
coming into Bacon's Hotel, Stanbridgo
East, between 12 nnd 1 o'clock on the
morning of tho 20th. I took him in
to custody, nnd put keepers over him.
Lackey I arrested on tho sidowalk.ncnr
Bacon's hotel. Tho prisoners woro
dressed in plain clothes. Four of
thorn had arms in their hands. Tho
other two men who had no arms (Do
tv and McGroitvl. I arrested in n
barn at 2 o'clock on tho morning of
tho 21st. Thoy woro sleeping in a
barn, in a lot on tho first concession of
Dunham. Tho first two who woro ar
rested at Eldor's, namely: Sporr and
Bruco, woro armed each with two re
volvers. Tho prisoners wore spnttercd
with mud some of them havintr mud
LATEST ARMY AM NAVY NEVlS"(
All military operations sc
VI tho principal stations of I paper in the roar. It is of thin latter
tho Vermont Central and Ogdeusburgh
railroads, information and through
tickets can also be procured.
Eta)'- The examination of the St. Al
bniin raiders is slowly dragging along.
On Monday, Judge Cour.sol decided
against tho right of Mr. Ed. Carter,
Clerk of tho Crown, to appear in the
cobo. Mi1. Carter then withdrew from
tho proceedings and immediately sent
in his resignation to Attornoy General
Tho Montreal pnpors coutinuo to
discuss tho enso of tho raidors, and are
quito bitter in tlioir articles.
Hie Evening 'Jvletjraph of Tuosday,
berates tho Government for arraying
its wholo powor and intluonco against
tho prisoners; while the Herald is anx
ious that Goo. N. Snndors and other
Southern gentlonion in Canada should
bo oxpollod from tho Provinco, on tho
ground that thoy are parties to tho vi
olation of our neutrality laws.
il - 1 1 1... 11. ........ l.'.. nftm
occupied from the coin-1 111011 ""Pi i ' 1 """""
remains nom iuy. iuusmo. jmm,
ton, nnd others.
Rev. C. It. Hawley, of Sheldon, took
part in tho discussion in regard to the
Christian's duty to tho Sunday School
Rev. O. G. Wheeler, of South Hero,
' and Frederick Dutcher, Esq., of St.
express Aiimns Countv Secretaries. Tho
Sayings and Doings at Monlpclicr.
November 2, Senator Nichols re
ported "an act for organizing tho Mi
litia." It provides for tho enrollment
of nil botwecu tho nges of 18 nnd -15.
The Stnte is to bo divided into 12 dis
tricts, in each of which n regiment con
sisting of ten companies of 101 men
ench, is to bo raised by volunteering or
if necessary, by draft.
In each congressional district thcro
is to bo ono brigade, and tho wholo
Stato is to constitute ono division.
Thcro aro also to bo bo in each con
gressional district ono or more batlor
ies of light artillery, and such cavalry
as tho Commauder-in-Chiof shall doom
Mr. Soulo, of Fairfax, introduced an
act to authorize tho towns of Fairfax,
Georgia, Cambridge, Flotchor and
Watorvillo, to raiso monoy to build a
rnilroad. A joint resolution intro
duced by Mr. Whoolor of South Horo
! Mr. Henry L. Pattorson, son of
Mr. Johiel Patterson, formerly of St
Albans nnd now of Georgia, and lato
of tho 1st Vermont Cavalry, Co. B, nnd
recently detailed for special dotectivo
servico in Washington and Alexandria,
diod, of typhoid fovor, at Washington,
D. C, Oct. 22, 18G4, aged 38 years.
His romains duly onibalmed and in
chargo of his brother, Mr. Oscar M.
Pattorson who is nttoched to tho U.
S. Construction corps, wora buried in
tho gravo-yard at St. Albans Village,
Nov. 2. Tho funoral wns had in mil
itary stylo at tho chape! of tho Meth
odist episcopal church, iho sermon
was preached by Row S. D. Elkins,
of Cambridge A squad of U. S. In
fantry, undor Corporal Hopkins, and
somo fifteon of Mr. Pattorson's com
rades in Co. B, just arrived nt Bur
lington, undor commnnd of Limit
John Sawyer, did escort duty with
"wailing fifo nnd mutllol drum," nnd
fired tho customnry snluto nt tho
Mr. Patterson wnB a bravo soldier,
of fino porsonal hpponranco and oxcol-
lonco of ohnractor. His loss to tho
family of which ho was justly tho
llowor and prido is irroparablo and tho
sympathy of a largo circlo of friends is
extended to tho afllieted mournors.
we wish particularly to speak
The building used for tho
purpose of manufacturing ily paper is
about thirty five feet squaro and throe
In the cellar of this factory is a largo
cistern containing seventy hogsheads
of rain wator supplied from tho roof.
In tho first story is a largo boiler
containing ninety gallons, whoro the
poisonous fluid, with which tho paper is
saturated, is proparod. This boilor is
furnished with propor pipes for tho es
cape of tho poisonous vnpors. From
thi3 boiler the poisonous fluid is con
veyed by moans of pumps to tho two
stories above to tanks fitted to receive
it Into thoso tanks tho paper is dipped
and hung upon poles which nro placed
upon racks for drying. Theso racks
occupy all tho spaco in tho upper
rooms not used for tho purpose of la
bclling'tho shoots after thoy have been
dried. Theso racks will hold about
four thousand shoots oach, and, when
tho weather is propitious, aro filled
behind tho counter where 1 was. Mr. mrg0 m two 8timn on0S) nmi n rou 0f
Wallace directed tho men to go nnnnrcntly Imlf dollnr piccos. On tho
talco the funds ot tlio bank. Iho wit- nn.ost of jjrnco nml y))01T Ilt Eldor's
ness men poiiuuu uui onu oi mu pris
oners, named Joseph
nig the ono who enmebomnd the count- - On0 1)ncw0 0f bank bills of St
ci. i miMiinii nuiii, lu uu i a n,1Q MiiL- nnntninir Sll)l)ll:a sec-
iron safe, in which wero kept tho funds , oml lwcj.ng0 0f bk bills of samo
of the bank, including bonds nnd bftnk( contuj,iing $1000; also anothor
other securities. The door of the safo , pe of U. S. Notes, containing
was open. McGrorty opened tho ; $oon . nnotl,ov puckneo of St. Albans
drawer, and took thereirom current bank to t.0 nmom.t 0f iinOO: nnothor
been suspended for rt 6li.,i i-
tho presidential contest has occupied
tho attention of soldiers and ppnpi
Tho result of this contest is given XL
Cincinnati, Nov 9
Tho Indianapolis Journal says th
officers from Chattanooga report th i
Sherman returned to Atlanta emly la t
weok with 5 corps of his army, lo'avin"
2 corps in Tennessee, under Tlmn
to watch Hood. Ho destroyed tho
railroad from Chattanooga to Atlant
and is sending tho iron to tho foriu,t
place. Atlanta is burned niul Gen
Shormau is marching for Charles! m
S. C. '
New Youk, Nov 9
Pcrsoiis connected with the Govern
mont discredit tho reported niovpw
iiu mini miiuiu ui mum iiiiuuL ui" , . m 1 . Ut
on their faces. They looked like per-1 Sherman pon Charleston, an,l
sons who had travelled over a bad road. ! 13 " olhcml verification of tlie
It is rumored that Robert J, Walker
is io Huc.ceuu ' uNaenucii as rverM
of the Treasury, and that hr-hn, , ,
Washington this evening. Tho ( .
morcial says three New Yirkti r.
chants havo been summoned t i aslv
ington to answer charges of ci ir..j ,jT
with blockndo running. '
WARIIINrtT"N. N - n
Tho publication that McClellan 'r
signed, is not verified on inqmn a
no such uotiiicntion.
I searched all tho prisoners after I
nrrested them. I told them thoy
woro arrested for robbing tho St.
Albans banks. I found money on all
of them; their pockets were all filled.
Witness hero produced the monoy
found on the persons of the prison
ers. There woro four parcels, two
fjivm-n. T found tho followincr nacka-
. -r. i i ' - - ox
V'l V ly llH uo" Igcs of monoy
bohind the count- p Quo paeki
Capture or the Pirate Florida
Tho Florida arrived at Hnn s ..
dor, on tho 7th ult, Capt. Collini!aT.
uig tield a consultation with K.s 5
bills of tho Now England Banks also ; j)ac.ng0 0f snmo i,nui; )Si 'amount- coia' determined to sink theFlnr 'ua
grcemmcKB, tun iimuiiub uuiK ing to 1000; anotlier packngo of samo i 1 , T, ,. ,"u'u'
$0,000. He took out of the safo a bills, to the amount of $1000; anothor steered for the Florula, hittmP Lf"
large amount of United States treasury pc same bills, nmounting to tho quarter without doing great "yr
notes, bearing 7 and !i tenths interest, um" tpn other packages samo bills, Clll?t C"11"18 "v called out to t
and amounting to the value of $20,- cnch 00tr.iing $1000; a packago 0f on board tho pirate to siimuder -t
nilfl Hp nln limit five linv niMit. 1iitii1 . t in i.:n. A n" r WOUld Sink 1101. Tills (leinniii tt,is
proceedings are to be printed in pam- tender promissory notes to tho amount h.i iqq. ftnot'hcr of samo ! I'"'0'1 to bv tho First Lieutenant t
phletform. of $14,000. They had coupons n-; jm,-,, another of same $100; a pack-
In tho evening the Vermont Bible : tached. There Were also taken six af?p of V s treasury notes, 7 JJ-lOths,
Societv held its fiftv-second anniver-1 P" cent, compound interest notes to , ain0,ailtinp to $11,800. I found thoso
J -i tlio iiinrmiit if 1 (i(lf) Alnfirm'tv lint , n. i.-i r n.... -i
..v. ... - " . j I--- pacKages m uie pocKUb oi wruco and
the bankbills into his pocket, and purr, nnd some of them undor their
threw tho treasury notes and other so-, h(mdg iu the bcd. Also found in thoir
cunties spoken of to the other men , pockets $19.90 in American silver,
who were (standing outside of the coun- Those phages of bank bills, and
tor. jHclrorty and Wallace asked i ... n,i oiivnr T
ror to GuiUaume Ijamotlie, lsij.,
City Polico, by ordor of Jus-
ursoi. x louna upon o'.;ns i
-r r 1 T'll? I. I.I
sary. iion. I'aui x.'iiiingnani, pi Cum
ing : Hon. L. Brainerd, of St. Albans,
Vico President for Fi-unklin County,
and Rev. O. G. Wheeler, for Grand
Isle Countv. A sermon learned and
eloouent was dolivored by
Frcdorick D. Huntington
earned and tor. dicurony and w anace asKed i troasury
,vtho Rev wlmt.th0 cf11 tho envelopes hnn(lovo
- " containing tho securities woro, and I , (niuf 0f
, D. D., of t0m them that tho envelopes contained tjc0 qqiv
Boston, in which that eminent Episco- private papors left in my chaise for ' nml lM.By whon I soarched thein at
pal clergyman spoke ot tho J5iuie, usia"--"iy BU"1 " i Bacon's Hotel, two n!icka"es of bills,
' . ""z i: r ; n iot American .,mkR,
ivii tnuot Liiciii Tin kuu V'Uuntui, i ooutainiu'v
ininng moroiv ono or two oi tiiom
under tho circumstances ho suit
! The Florida was taken compk'
oy surprise ; seventy ot ncr im
was known being on shore, nnd
others wero nslcep and half intoi.
od. Tho blow given tho Florida
tho Wnchusett carried nw.y tho ij
zon-mast and main yard, which U
the awning, preventing any one
goUin up from below. So mr
scions was tho officor of the J. j, 1
the intention of tho Wnchusett - (
roiation to man aim adaptation to un
man nature and its unity of inward
agreements. AVo trust, as a copy of
this discourso was requested for pub
lication, it will bo widely circulated
throughout tho country.
On tho same ovening, Hon. George
Thompson pronounced n capital ad
dress in Representatives' Hall, which
has boon printed, a3 wo learn from the
Frtt'mun, in pamphlet form. That pa-
every day. Tho paper when dry is j per speaks in glowing terms of his
taken from tho racks and each sheet 1 "clear reasoning, his admirablo nr
has a labol pastod upon it. Whon la- j rangomentof facts and his magnificent
belled, the paper is placed upon shelves ' rhetoric."
built against tho walls of the upper Tho annual session of tho Vermont
stories ; and theuce taken, when labels ' Medical Soeciety was held at Montpol
aro dry, counted into quires, tied up ' ier, Oct 19th and 20th. Drs. A. F.
into roams nnd mado ready for ship-1 Woodward, of Brandon, and L. C.
BST "Harry Hnzol's
is tho titlo of a now
was adopted, thanking tho people of ml osUMi Boston, by jonoH &
A'luiauoipma for- their kinduosa to
Vermont troops, whothor in hospitals
or olsowhoro, and expressing apprecia
tion of their patriotism and kindness
to soldiers generally; adopted.
Tho Legislature rosolvod to nd
journ from Saturday to Wednesday,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., on motion of
Mr. "Wilson, of Bnkotufield. Senator
Collamor spoko in RonrosontntivoH
Hall for two hours on "tho rebellion
its origin nnd its puri)osos." Judgo
Collnmcr is justly ranked as ono of
tho ablest mombors of tho United
States Senate, and his address was io
markablo for its array of facts nnd
force of logic. Hon. Georgo Thomp-
B BUUIUW luporiou oy .Mr. r. jjew- 0r shall bo hereafter honorablv dis-
ing has been printed in mmphlot form I ohuiL'ed, may Ihj ndmittotl to beoomo a
at tho Freeman office, and we truht i citizen of tho United States, upon his
Company, 112 Qongrftsa stroot. It is
dovoted to tales, sketches, military nnd
naval advonturoe,,poetry, wit and hu
mor, and to tho interests of soldiors,
sailors and landsmen. It is well prin
ted nnd is afforded 'to subsoribors at
three dollars per aniUim.
Ill II I l.l'l I . I Jl !
Natciumzation qv Ai.iikb. Tho fol
lowing is tho act of Cougross in rognrd
to tho naturalization of aliens who
have boon honorably discharged from
tho service of tho Unitad States:
See 21. And lie it further enacted,
That any nlion of the age of twenty
one years and upwards, who has en
listed or shall enlist in tho armies of
tho United States, either tho regular
or the volunteer forces, nnd has been
During tho warm season occupation
was this year given to forty two female
operatives. Ovor four barrols of Hour
wero used in tho manufacture of paste
The amount paid during tho yoar to
tho printers for labels oxecodod seven
hundred, dollars. Nearly twenty tons
of paper wero used in this business
during tho year, and sent to customers
in ovory loyal stnlo in tho Union in
cluding California and Oregon. Largo
quantities wero also shipped to nil tho
British North American Provinces.
L, L. Dutcher & Son aro also manu
facturing druggists and put up various
proprietary articles upon all of which
thoy havo paid during the present year
an excise duty of nearly six hundred
Battli: or Cumit Ciikek. Gon. L. A.
Grant, m his report of tho casualties
in tho Vt. Brigado, on tho 19th ult,
ombracos those who went from Faank
lin and Grand Islo Counties ,as fol
Killed Mnnloy E. Bellows, Fairfax,
Willard M. Davis., St Albans.
Wounded Thomas B. Konnody,
Sheldon ; John E. Chamborlin, Shel
don, slight ; John B. Luto, Bakorsfiold,
side, slight ; Charles H. Stowe, Flotch
or, leg, slight; Win. L. Kingsloy,
Fletcher, arm, sevoro ; Edward Orion,
Fairfax, leg, severe ; Edward W. Vino,
Bakorslluld, wrist; John Crawford,
S wanton, wounded ; Harvey A. Kol
h'Kn. Richford, lingor; William H.
O'llere, Franklin, fingor, and missing;
John Bottoy, Franklin, shouldor, se
vere ; Atwood Gladding, Franklin,
bond ; Napoleon Bombard, Alburgh,
hoad severo ; Nelson Baker, South
Hero, head slight : Peter Trovill, South
Hero, arm sevoro; Herbert Phelps,
Alburgh, foot slight; Georgo W. Dyko,
Sheldon, faco sovorely.
Missing Milo S. Harbor, Richford ;
Albert Guyatt, St Albans; Peter
Lambroo, Montgomery ; Julius Minor,
During this limo ond of tho four niou
stood iuside the front door ontranco, i
The witness here recognized in court '
one of the prisoners as being tho ono
in question, and who now gave his
namo us Alexander Pope Bruco.
I did not seo any arms in tho pos
session of the four men, except on
Wallace and another man whom I do
not recognize The latter drew a re
volver, cocked it, and holding it in his
hand, said, "Wo roprosent the Con
federate States of America, and we
como bora to retaliate for outrages
comniittod by General Shoridnu."
Thoso men remained in the bank ton
or fifteen minutes, thon loft altogether,
taking with them monies and bills.
They wero drossod as civilians. About
a minute niter they nnd leit tho b.vni
$1,981; tho other
American greenbacks, marked to
amount of $ 1,081; tho other
American greenbacks, marked to
amount of $2,593.
Found upon Jnmes A. Dotv
Jos. McGrorty, in tho barn, packages
of bank bills; one professedly con
taining $5.2(0, and another of lxink
bills nud greenback , marked as con
taining $2,0G5; another packago of
samo kind of money was marked for
$1,400; and anothor packago contained
$1,200 U. S. 5-20 bonds, which I pro
duce and hand over by order of Judge
I tain, that he mm" out, "You
into us if you don't take rare,' ut
samo limo calling for a htht
Twelve officers and hfty -f ight
! crow of tho Florida wore car! r
Tho Wachusett nnd Fforida
leave St. Thomas on the 2d itt '
This nehiovemont of Capt. Na: . .
Collins of tho screw-steamer V
chusett",is ono of tho most ihnng f .
I on record. Ho is by birth a I'm:.''
vanian, was appointed frmii hu
i nnd ontercd tho Navy in f
i Wachusett assisted the nroiy '. '
Yorktown in May, 18G2, nnd &.W. -
tho naval attack on 1 ort DnrU;
The only gronnds upon which
our government is ondeavoring to ob
tain nn order from the Canadian nu.
thorities for the rendition of the rob-
Vnn.Mo.vT B inks -Fr"i
Butler, of Essex, mado a report on tho i Win. H. Blaisdoll entered and onquiicd j bers and mnrdorors wlio recently made
subject of tho "Spotted Fovor." Dr. j what was going forward, and what j the raid upon St. Albans is found in
O. F. Fassott, of liast Berkshire, also wo,B ,,U,,I: . "" ' the facts to be annlied to the dsn un-
Hiippo&ou iney woro rooitors as tney , , . .
wr. l'ond, ot ilutland, , wiioiu o wcu, mwi ui uiom wuu ro-1 assauu with intent to commit murder I
Dipthoria. ! volv01fJ- UI1 1)1 UJCs was aliaco. 1 , or piracy, or arson, or robborv. or for-! lbV;.
i . ! ucard ono oi tneso two can out to tho irerw or the utterance, of for.md h,.nn ccdinj,'
-iuiuuui iuuuiiuii huh ( !,..., i,. tji:...in " " ... , .... . i "I ' im. '
ll'"lJ niiu na uuuui uiumiiiii, BIKIUl , COlllllllUOd Wltllltl t in llir Rrllft nn nf
d, Juno iibtli and autli, hi,,,, shoot him." Whoiithov o-ot nn ' cifl.r.,- ni,ii ..l A ,.i...i I clared
presented it very valuable papor on the
samo subject. Dr. Fassett's essay is
pronounced "tho most extensive report
which has como boforo tho profession
sinco tho recent appearance of this
Dr. P. n. Bradford, of Northfiold,
gavo a finished address on tho subject
read an article on
Tho noxt semi
bo held at Stowi
Drs. Frost, Ballard, and Wood- to Blaisdoll they
Dr. O. F. Fassott of EastBorkshire,
was clcctod President of tho society,
and Dr. J. S. Richmond, of Woodstock,
re-elected Secretary. The transactions
of tho socioty wore ordered to bo print
ed boforo thojsomi-nnnual mooting in
Juno, 1805. '
On Thursday ovening, Oct. 19th, tho
Vonnont Colonization Socioty hold its
annivorsary Hon!' Daniel Baldwin,
presiding, and Rov. J. K. Convorso,
Secretary. Henry W. Johnson, a na
tive of Ferrisburg, Vt, a colored law
yor from New York city nddrossod the
socioty. Ho was introduced by Rov.
William II. Lord, who "rojoicod in tho
fact that somo proforrod to attend the
colonization mooting rather than to
hoar Goorgo Thompson." Gov. John
G. Smith wns elected ono of tho man
agers, nnd Rov. J. K. Converse was ro
luul robbed tho bank. Blaisdoll left
the bank followed by myself, and on
going out of tho bank 1 saw a person
run across tho road in front of tho bank
up the steps, and armed with a rovol
dor tho following article of tho Ash
burton Treaty :
"Art. 10. It is agreed that tho
United Statos and her Britannic Ma
jesty, shall upon mutual requisitions
vor. U;i h:s ascending the stons. I bv them, or t bnic ministnra ntKci.
Blaisdell pusVd against him, knocking j authorities, respectively mado, deliver
him oh' the steps and falling ovor him. up to justice all persons who, boiii"
I thon saw two persons runnin'r up to chaiwd with Mm ci-imn nf
I.- - n- .. il ";.v .. ..Y . "
printed wo irlean the follown.
of general interest :
The total amount of (he B.
Capital in this Stato, cxcIumm
National Banka, at the present
is $3,831,990, being $81,010, kss tt
Tho total circulation of the B. -was,
on the first day of July, A
18C1, $0,010,13-1 30, being nn in'"
upon tho preceding year of $030,
Tho total loans of tho samo Ik
for tho year euding July 1, 1SI 1 '
$22. 055.503 73. boinrr an iiu'n is
, " - i o r
wit a(.VA utii jut v y -
The total foreign loans, dunnjj
year ending July 1, 18G1, win
being a decrease troui i .
year of 1397,713 91. .
total amount of diM'l"'"-
bv tho several State Uaiw
prosonted thoir pis-' be found wit! 111! till tfU't'tfAvirvu nf tlii I this Stato. during tho year cmlin;
were appointed a committee tortols nt him, and ho thon got up. The other ; providod, that this shall only.1'180 inclusive, were $40t.3-'i
ro tho medical history of Vor- V?10"1 tllon oorml Blaisdoll to go bo done upon such evidence of crimi-1 beinS nn increase upon the prt -
with thorn to a park in the nohrhbor-1 nalitv. as nr-eoi-dnm fn M. i,va f ti, , year of $125. 219 91. . .
hood of tho bank. Bruco thon camo placo whoro tho fmntivos or person so i!ho total amount of divide'"
up, and gavo a similar order. I wont , charged shall bo found, would justify I clftro(1 h' 1,10 several Stato
a short distanco with them and thon ' his nimrohnnsinn m- Mmm;i, ,( f ! this Stato. duriner the year endiW':
turned off towards tho depot. I had t trial, if tho camp or otlbnco had thoro I 18G4 inclusive, were $103.
iiuo (juiiu nu in una tiuuuiioil, WI1011 1
mot tho prisoner, John McGrorty, who
ordored mo back to tho park, throat
cuing to shoot mo if I did not comply.
I nccompanied him to tho park, nnd
thoro I found tho prisoner Bruco,
JKSS- Tho Winthrop Church and So
cioty, in Charlcstown, havo presented
a call to Rev. J. E. Rankin of this city,
oucomo tuoir xastor. Thov oner
,1 ...111. - 1 1 I. . ...niui. j
iiiiuuu uiu a lovoivor, Kooning in cus- hmi nn annual salarv of SQ.finn with n
I ., ,!.... . .(i . .. ; : .. --.-,---,..... ....
.j wuihuiih, bumo oi appropriation of S500 to defrav tho
whom I roeognizrd as citizens of the oxponso of removing Tl.; it
T 1 . I . D v w
Judgo Collamer's speech will bo also
printed in pamphlet form and . widely
Tho important act by which va
grancy wns made a crime and 6peedily
punished, was passed und wunt into
operation, Nov. 3.
No further bubim-i of gcueiul im-
potition, without any previous dcclar
atiou of his intentions to become a cit
izen of tho United States, and that lie
shall not bo required to prove moro
titan one year's rosidunco within tho
Unitod States previous to his applica
tion to becomo such oitizon; and that
tho Court admitting such alien, shall,
in addition U hucIi proof of residence I punishment as
mm ooii inoiai cnaracicr as is now
ty"Tno Canadian authoaities aro vig
orojisly engaged in pursuing and se
curing tho impudent burglars and
murderers who "iuvaded" Vonnont
from Canada. Tho protonco of being
"bolligorents" cannot imposo on tho
common souso of our Provincial neigh
bors, and it is gratifying to record tho
zealot tho lattor in bringing them to
1 . ... ...
"iiiiiumneui as leious. J lotto n Iran
place During the tnno I was so de
tained, I saw some five or six porsons
on tho other sido of tho road, nrmod
with revolvers. Thoy woro stopping
toams and taking tho horses out I
also saw Collins 11. Huntington, jowol
or of St. Albans, pass along tho street
Tho armed men ordored him to stop,
but ho pushed on, paying no attontion
to the ordor. Ono of tho gang said
"shoot him, shoot him. I was kept
in cus ody on tho park about 20 or 30
minutes. Tho men in question scorned
to bo acting in concert. Bruco, who
kept tho citizens in custody on tho
park, called out to ono of tho gang to
bring him a good horse Shortly af
ter, anothor man, armed nnd on horso
back, and thoy all rodo off together. I
then hoard, from thnt quartor, tho tir
ing of pistols, and saw thorn very soon
aftorwards rido of in tt northerly di
rection towards Canada. So far ns 1
can judgo, thoro woro about twenty
Henry Nelson Whitman.J. P., Stan
bridgo examined: I am stipcmlary for
the township of Stanbridgo, district of
Bedford. I recognize S. E. Lackey
ono of tho prisoners now in Court,
boing an incronso upon tho pf
year of $125, 21(5 50.
As a general thing thrco divJf
havo beon mado out of tho caru
tho year. Most of the Banks in"
largo amount of Government s
ties, which, in a great measure,
counts for their largo divui'n'f
l..l 1 f nvPS t'W
j-nu wuu ninouiu ui io -., r
Banks in this State hvao paul lif
ted States Government, durum
last year, aro $98, 701 91. .
Thrco Banks, Ascutney, V.r
JBsfif Wo have taken pains to pro
cure and shall publish in tho noxt
numbor of the Vkumoxt Tiiansciiut, an
account of tho manner of tho death of
Mr. Elinus J. Morrison togothor
with the testimony of Miss Blakoly,
Mossrs Wilson and Fuller boforo Jus
tice Oilman who woroToyo-witnossos of
tho killing of Mr. Morrison. Tho re
port of Doctors Branch, Woodward,
Day and Stevens after tho post-mortem
examination will also bo printed.
Porsons in want of this papor to pre
serve or to send awav will socure con-1'.11,80 M- oporr, JnmoH A. Doty, Jos.
i . , i, .Mcurorty, A. P. Bruco and Thomas
ics by giving immediate notice of their s. CoIlil i firht Buw JjXse
wishes at the 1 iuxbcbht oflico. I men: Lackey, Sporr, Bruco and Col-
second invitation Mr. Rankin has re
ceived to leavo Lowell within a few
months; and wo fear ho may not feel
like declining tho solicitations of tho
Charleston Society. Ho has boon sot
tied in Lowell less than three years,
llllf llllrilwr Mini l. 1 I.I
; " lu'" "u hum uecomo ' ""o - "i , VT .nMie
,,i. i i i . ... nn ii... i i. f Ainntncii'
muiiii i-miiiirea 10 ino peoplo of tho 1 u,,u 1110 a"- ul " i 1(130'
Apploton Street Church, nnd outside 1 110xt lnrgost amount, viz ; u,.1(,jK
ne ii. i. i , 'ni... n i - r' i .n t...i. lifts
l,,at cncio no nns many personal
iiiumis ana aainirors, who would sin
corely regret tho occurrence of an
event which would tako him from our
city. Wo trust tho oilers of the peo
plo of Charlcstown, though gonorous
and well-intended, will not bo sufficient
to induce him to sover his presont re
lations with tho Apploton Street So
ciety. Lowell Courier.
, Phofodni, Lome A Chicago party
journal quotes sundry conciliatory and
Kind remarks, mado with referonco to
tho South, by the President, before his
inauguration, mdkfore armed rcM
abutted the American fian, to show
their inconsistency with l,i8 words and
acts after this latter event. How much
Bmccrity there is iu this diUinZu.
ouHueHs, ,s shown by the fact Sat Si
I t Vv i ' 111,11 Mr Lincoln stole
" n8hingtoudiKrrniscd 111 n nlnnl.
xno xjanic ot jiiddicuurj '""Viiii.i
nn i ..t Ti...(t1pt)0r0f'' I
uw, nun -juo WlUli Ui jiw"
xno jianiia zavo, an wb ,
plus of nearly half a mil ion u
or about ono eighth of the""
The Report is a very favorable
einl nvlnhH nf ihn stato Cllr"
w unicaco par
for months that President TtJi
Chicago party journal wVw
assoitinn lins been nuui
been receiving his salary iafuLwt?
nssoition lins neon ti,e i
brnnded as a falsehood ; w
cidontal statement that at ou
tho President left his salary uo
in the treasury for eleven .
Whoreupontho Now York
sinuatos that Mr. Lincoln cw ,U!
tho habit of paying his lionw-
Ono of Count Schwnbc . 8 . ;
factions to tho soldiors is
t - , VMlilI IU ItlU U"'"" . . 111 flit"'
nised in a clnnl-1 nf i;i... f (iiiiindrenlu.,
.. ..w.a.jr ui ...w - , II-
mui nn old Scotch cap
the boys iu camp at Readv
pnmn aL ihjh"'-