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27 Tf I I : V I'IIM()Nrr TR A NS(1PJ PT. An nrl providing tli!( towns nmy oloct TUV T WKOUIPT institution, and, all ihuig oetHmtdruf tuxes. i 'J'J iiiaaiJLUU i, tm.,u, mt, few l)0tt(.r equipped ) r coii-i.io.cd, Itolltrious Intiwenre. tl 1 Ai iWiy made!, ifr. Src. 1. Any (own in this State may, nl its numii March meeting, choose from among tho inhabitants thereof, a collector of tuxes, who shall have all llio powers and bo subject to nil the Friday, Drcrmlior I I, 1800. managed atld Is III llH' ('ntllltl . Tlic Transcript for 1S07. Tim q'vtrtfflv Criv'"ttion of tho Protestant Kni i i! ( much in Hie Vi It'ivmniid nil till SI ft ml Ills Dine of Vet mont. u - b'l d in Yi r- II Kit ,!'" . . - - ---- n III... Masonic At the regular commun ication of Franklin Lodge No. 4, F. A. "SI., St Albino, on Wednridnv evening ('OHKITSH. In the Senate, 'J'liurtttau, M rosKloli. g( lines on Tuesday an ! A i dne-ulny of last week. There were present thir teen clergymen, including Bishop-Hopkiiis-.nnd the R v. Mr. Hea'd oi the Diocese of Coniii c!( 'it On Snndiu evening an nhlo sriin nl was preached of bo t Week, .be following Were - 1; el' ' t'd. the House t, repeal ll,.. amnesty p..w- 1J'J CIj,WUY AN V. M. Puk Davis; S. W.J. P. er of the President, mid asked lin ;nii - CHANTS. The Mexican Muddle. 'lo him nx AJW MKH. New Rubscribois lending us two dol- Tbete .- n luge caucus ot Hi pub- duties and liabilities that first consta- lots, will receive a receipt for tin lienn member of Con:'ir;i on the bios ate now under in tho collection of TiussnnrT from thin time to J'liiuaiy evening of the .Mh iiist., Mr. Morrill .State find other taxes, and tlio lirst ,Ht 18(.(S Now is vtmr time In sub'- of Vermont ... the chair. Over one constable, snail bo collector of taxes as ., , . ' . . .. i, , , , . , . , , . , . , . erilw niiil fri'iiiii! Kit niiiics of tin? Ii n 1 1 1 1 ic I i f -in h i m u ere liresolit. and now provnicu oy inw in sucn towns - , ,, ., ,, u (1f HniHnd onlv ns shall not choose a collector of ' paper gratis. amour the number Henry -1. Hay- bv 1 10 ; ' of taxes as hereinbefore provided. 1 - - - IJ1(,m1 Af((;p the regular business "Mystery (.f Oo(tlinesH. Un Snc. 2. It shall be tlio duty of tho ' TIlC FClllailS. ' was di-no-f d of, Mr. Rivmond was ! Wodncsduy morning .river was said town clerk to give tho same notice of ... ' ,., Mmm-.I. We -ive a short account ' ' llio Hov. Mosi s. 1! in and F.m- ino oiccuoii oi a collector oi inxes as1 if tlio vanous sensation stones t is now miuired by law lo be given of .ti, ci ti..,;- .,v ...tr, ,.io.t m-e to ,,f l""1'' ' "U1 Fiske; J. , Milton Sessions; Treas urer Kun)ton; S. D, (ler)rgn Kittndrfc; J. iske; J. W., Milton Sessions; Treas-1 aie coiimiici anon. Ni.w yuUK, Doc T Tl ,, or. H. M. Stanton; Secretary, L. V. ( Wl' "" "I'jecte.l and it goes ,he following special:' ( L In the House, on motu Momtn, Dec. lo. tho olecl.ion of first constable, and in of Mr 1 , ; 1)., Win. U. H.yt; Steward,. W. II. Washburn of Iibuoi.s, I he Post 0(Hcc A in ,V ZZTo ,mXhv M. Ford, D. S. Mitchell; Tyler, Mr. Stan- Committee was instructed to inquire iim 1 muX inT' r 1 ni"1 Ju" wood. 'V" thB 'l'heney ofconfening on vice, arrived in ill ,' ,!'f",i ' The annual session of the Masonic I l'KV , I epa.tinent the jm-.s-; ill8t. , havh) lflft th " " th, , t i M- . -in i "iction and eoiitiol over the various n)0 i)tb uft n,i v ' JI' " " irand Lodge of ermont will be held telegraph w i--es now in operation and' .m, inHt. "Io' nC-u nit lu rmtii'' 1 as j'i 1. 1...1: I e 1.. . ,,,,1. in ,....!.. f ii 1 1 i. . i ,.i .i i.l. , . r ,, . , , . I, p wu Urlll'H'll. VilMlll.l n llivir. ill jiiimib I ui ill ii -I'm it 1 1' I n hi iu..u ill' inning "i Oil CIISCS OI 1110 election OI eonccuM!! O) .... n rni! ! !i.1h;i ( mn. nlmn. and nttk'sl if In taxos, nil warrants and rato bills for(""nPcr of anoiiicr i-euian iuvumoh. ( tIU mU,.r (,ftll, i-m ,iru mi iminm tho collector of taxes shall be directed : There has l-en, it is tine, of late, con- ,",',,,,,. M..,,,'l.,.f , , ,-. - to f ho collector of taxes instead of t lie jtidernble aetnii among the P.rother- i.li. .1, ,i m.t iuu.'u . .utriitd, 'wiiii.- tin l.mi. lirst constable, as is now provided by ,lf)0f1 ,r.ns a.,d uniforms have been V"" ul "l hK""r ,,MJ' " 'nV'' . L,,,,.i ,,, ,l,(r,.,enl Konfiniis ..f Hit, Mr. Unyni -ail, n.i In !ii ns( il wlictlicr h ilnl Sec. a. All acts and parts of acts in- l'" .litleu nt sections .t tbo n(lt ))(lI.t,;.ipilt(. , rmudi-iphJa i-mm-ntimi. consisto.it with this act arc hereby re- .country in !,u-ge quantitie ou Fi'nian uTvirC pealed. account and enthusiastic meetings iWm nion to stiuugtiH'ti tlic p,vi-, tinnKei); n Snc -i. This act shall take effect hold; but further than this wo see i;:::;;;;,;:..,!.'! tv T .:.:la,',1., from its passage. nothing that, in any way indicates that !' ; ,hl . ll" all tn.iii.-.t n, Alipi'OVCll NOV. lfl, 18(10. . . . una dad i vi ri-nu-c dniK- Uih iitimt tu in.ontinn . our Canadian neighbors are again lo m npiiurt tin t'lnun im-ty. Ht iso -uiil in- An act rolatmg to tho collection of, be attacked M-.y soon. o read in lnB. f owii fnvna nu ,., ;.(,. .1 l..,..1on,nlln,,.n; Mr. S.'ui'n Ul in i. d tin' ri'IiI'imiiihi 1)p;i,1..vii1 -w " M itin i ii iiiiuvi iittitvii rttij in tiuo.o oimi is hvirby cnarled, vc. Sue. 1. Whonover anv town banks, and tho Hoh Coaimuniou eele lititted bv Bishoi) Hoiil.ins, assisted by the i?ev. Dr. Swett. and the Hailey. The Hev V. pleached the seii "ii On day evening, the v D l' of Moiitnelier. nre n hi ii a ' Hev. Dr. Putnam W dm - Hoberts. rni n o "Divine Learning." At tho business session a interest ng essays were re ul by the Rev. Mr. Woilluidgo of Ver genues, and the lies D C. Huberts. Th; Bellows Fal1-. 7 ' '. says then is un extensive religions interest and revhul at Fehhville. 8oe sixty per- ( at Montpelier on Wednesday. January i hereaftet i. 1S(7. The different railroads in the now exei riei State will carry persons attending for fare one way. Tli' Mft"ns of Newport will dedi cate tin if i,i w Hull on I'tiday. Dee 21. Ib v. Israel Luce, (hand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Vermont, will de liver an address at the Congregational 'Church at 2 p. in. M. W. L IV constructed that 110 sns n. il IS sisfiivr of ..1 :.. " . i 1 , """ er lVlst nfTlena ntul " ., ... '-r ,lIIU Umtn..,,, , . -... ., ,,,,v. iiifiii niifi nififni, post roads .,a to report by bill or of Moxioo la brK" n' !' otherwise. , ,,-.,- 'I'hev 1 On motion of Mr. Pike n select com-1 m (Ue r",nlt u iv, 4 u mittee of three wlW ordered to inquire to induce him to chCoTn's?" ' 1 into the eireum-tances of the murder hero to the countiv I " " of three United States soldi, is in South tm,niised to e,, ,t ?' " ' 1 Caiohna. ,n October, 1805, and of the !T it S J1' l epnere and subsequent pardon of pledged themselves for a l l 1 Iho-o convicied thereof. rMTMiti; . 1 ?'' ' to reaiain in tho caui'iis nr i.'il. nt his oiiiimi i that, the 1'cnians are concentrating at nn1 to jndp.' for Inmx.'lf )ipth -r )u was a n m- ... lii if tin I ni"ii ii. un or n shall St. A bails, nri naialoi v to another uf. i.h.m, u, ... of iu i :i-k i Jtr. Haimnm! raiso a town taxo, such town may by , ,rpnilll ...i. ,.,., Tbi seeinn nnniiincT ,vl"'Ul '' ,M' 1 Ul'' ''; ' m"V "I ,4,. grand auvftiK .. mis seems amusing ,, , , , p.uiKiiUvlv to the elms, oto passed at tho Mime meeting, di- nnn.. , nill1 tlltt, ,.. MMH ,.aM ut ...my ,hc ....- ree.t tllO collector OI taXOS to UCdtlct i n ... , stitutn n.il ami'inlnmiit witln mt ill 'Inmor. cllnll nmif tiu cilinll n fivnl lit en ;,1 know that (lllietude reiUllH about US. ' Mt. It.iymoinl il-imsl then usn, h a j... ... .v . .... . . jn u ,o aiUll.n,d u, ,!,. ad,,,,.HH 1( vote, irom too town tax ot overy lax lucre is a reman circle in ni. aioiuis, -.,, hi- .-oui Mr. Dawes introduced a bill to fi .....i n,,. ,;n i : , ! ' Kiiglesby, Grand Master, and other the election of members of Congress Inn movements by tho F .'''' ''' distinouislied Mum.iis are expected to '' ho Tuesday after the first Monday Measures will i. ill'' i"'," , ; in November. 1HI.8, and the same day for reorganizing the u u '' ' m,h fi 1 t.irn.i i . Ai.i,- tint-, iifr.n. l.,fil, t ' , P wltJ,i l" --.i-'" .jHirez and utlier Lil Ai a Hegulur Annual Conclave of , " "," Maiquiz has been ' r. I''i ii in w be present. C1 , orderi'd t t sons have made pi ofsston. including Lafavetto Coiiunandry, No. 4, of, On motion Mr I'l.ni'Ji. o aiUn'rnd to thai addii sH icr'iiiliin; ustmrtjon of it, but not a r Inn,' to payer who shall pay his or her tax by composed of a considerable number of 1 tn" 11,11 -1"1' "" '' " ' a day fixed by said vote. , well-to-do and lespectuhle Irishmen, "m- SM-nsnmU ImM,. it m., ,.,d bi:C. 2. 1 llO Collector Of taXOS Shall , , , , , ... ismld jm tnnl I" anv ro'ni, i ! mi mlh Un I'n- notify tho tax payers of such town at. 1,nt - l,,,,.v liaV(' n,,,(, no wa,llko i';11 i','rt-v ",,rr ",'7"'' '!' -'W "'"!" what time and place ho will attend to demonstration. We state this to quiet ltJ'LT' ' " ' " receive taxo? so voted and allow such the ainueheiisions of many people .,M'"-, J'"'1" r ! " v "i'-. . "'l 1 , ... . .. .. ,. . 11 Hi. liiili'l'l, of Hum. si, il. i i lin.r ,il Mr. deduction, by posting notico thereof nM.()fl8 the line who nre led to believe i; ,yi, a,! i. imuhhuk m th. . .arm n.d Mr. M..r- in three public places in said town, at ., . , f.. ns ..f N. Yoik ,-!..... un.i .Mi. ook against ins J 1 1 1- .11 1' . . . T 11' some of the leading ni' ti of the pi kv Hev. My. Frothi'igham, of Prattle burn, i jireiclrng in the I uitaiiai Church in Washington. By renue-st of minv. tho Rev. Di and maiKi ot t io )..., ,. i..,. . . boot a select, t!om- :.... i; . ... . i . . . v.i-ii. .bj ii union n unit .if i , , Vppendant ,,,, uf ,hr((1 appointed to mo- ,,liinn r.,i; i .. 1 . ,i..l ... . -'..ji. nun 1 Knight s J emjilars Ordeis. lu Id at Swanton, Dee. 4, 18(56, coed to New tlrhans to institute an potosi, ombraein.' the wli il,.- toll.iuii.g Sir Knights were elected inquiry into the tints there in July and f country ,',w , " oiliccis for tin Aiii'iist l.'isl year ensuing: . . ....,,,. ii... c U..I.1 - t.' n . T-..r....il. ...v ..v...... , .v., ..... nil i in n. iiuui' e, it. v..; i.uuiuii.ii y .,,,, Hi U'li 1 la also kuvs t i, , least ten days beforo tho timo named ie eonfi itry from despatches eut from ,, in such notice. ' llls hH,L' lor 0 B( 0 lmrP&(! 01 Keep Skc II. Every tax payor who shall ing up ni. excitement. neglect to pay his or her tax on or bo fore the day named in suoli vote, shall not bo entitled to such deduction, and tho collector shall collect the whole tax of such delinquent tax payer in the manuor now by law provided. See. 4. This act shall take elTect from its passage. Approved Nov. 1!), 1SGG. We did not, however, set out to write about another Fenian invasion which, we cannot but believe, has h n indefinitely postponed, by the mopt jn. lice nis 'ind consult mte of the Fenian-., l.ul to allude to aiiiitl . r tn.it t . r connected with the order. F. F. Mil ieu, a New York Fenian of considera- nil."- M- ICaun '!nl ni ul" Komi' furtln r i vtil.iti itum n it h ri i id lo the I'hilaih'ljiliia addn st.. mIi.h the can. us ml'ijiti d Ml. Si'.iti"ld's n soiiition aoti il sit-!-i ,i,-antst iity-m Mi . s. Ii. nrl. iff. i,. la r. s'.Juti'i.i tii it no . .1 lli in. hi cm lionoi'iMv and cmisisli nl h . . ,i nn ii. 1. 1 r f t In I in hi iai 1 v and .1 ' ilh I'liimi Mi 1 ill. i's "1 iit' -.s in 1 .nu us win. adin - .i tin- iddi 1 -s of 1 h. l'hilad. Ijilna 1 '011M ntiun. In Id ,.. tlLJ ll-' I 1-t. Ml 11 r h-'d. 1 il..- ililui" op t hi" r. - -lull ni it -'i.l "o tin I il.!. , .11 On ri.i.md lii it 11 in-- 11 K i 11 1 -f 1 i'!i r, h -1 11 1 1 I. r 1 I'd t ' I lu i.l-.' 't Mi. It.n iimimI, win. h hud hi . :i T .1 i"i' h - ti 1 .1 hv tin i-. soluln.ui ot Mr .-1 .11.!'. 'Iln vot. .is 1 1"S. 1 n th motion lo ho ..n the labii , hi mt; llnrtj to vim ly-si. Mr. IhiMiioi.d, in a ncii.t issue of ei at torces. 11 . . 1 ue levett l ie nu n,.... reported, irom the Committee viili,lra....,l ,f n... ik , Bigolnw, 1 n-tor of the Biptist Church Molt, G.; Albert B. Jowett, C. ( on Ttrritoi ies, the bill to admit Nebr- entirely revuki ,1 and ali ir l in St. Albans, reputed his Th inks- Ralph Stebbins, P. ; Valentine Cr. B.vr- aska, and introduced a bill to admit that t lie limpet ur would V giving D.u dt- 'ourse, entitled "An- ney, S. W.; Friend II. Barney, J. W. i Colorado, which latter was referred to J,y Frnuce. T.- t,i , . m . yr, ,nn t u 11 . iiie vjuiuiiiiiii'i' on Attn nuiies. . ... r, T, : s'lr. Ldmunds from the Joint Com- Micajah P. Mott. H. B.; Henry Car-, ,uiUoo 01 i.tronchment. reported, lisle, S.; Dana J. Morrill, W. ; Ira Hill, with amendments the bill introduced in the first. da of the cestl'al Tje,.nis." at the M' Church, on S'lndiv evening church w t-s cr w 1 1. an 1 th i 1 list. The able P utl.lt- An net fixing tlio time of holding the mt' prominence, ii is avi ltten a long let- .vir. lumnoi.d, in a r vt nt tssiu County Court in the county offer to the of that city, d n, nine- theNiw Vmk Tni,'', defines hi- jiosi- Ornngo, and in alteration of section ingiu seere I.tngmige J.tniesStephenH. ti.m more fullv than he did in the Gmi'end StnlnSiPtWr lhh',y f Ml'- M,1I,'U w,-vs ,,B ,:' "1,ot ,,ly CIX"''" Ho d'1, 1,0 fnu,k,-v n'hM' .... , , , good man. but that he is ti political take pint in the Philadelphia Conveu- lt i.t hereby riiaclt-d, (Cc. , . . . . , . . , , , , , c, -, ,i . , . t, r hnnibug, if nut a cheat and a rascal tion, but not for the purpose of in- hr,c. 1. After tho next statod term of , . , 1T , ... , ,, ,T , , tho Orange County Court to bo held j Asides. He chiuges Stephens with junng the I mou party. lie hop d on tho second Ttiosdav in January, A. ' misusing moneys contributed for Feni- the effect of the Convention would be D. 18(17, the stated terms of the county ' an purposes, and a Lick of patriotism, to strengthen and modi rate the par disc mt'sc was 1, stoned to wth found attend n bv tho large etice. The T'aivei-'-'.lists of Woodstock at. rp th hi' f ieir church at an t -pens' uf f ei 'c i hmidl ed d ill tl s Th" ! .iN hi! t ii i,w d ( 'hui ( h h e -i Mi- -l. hi i . - i i 'tid of its i n , u hi"'h I the el -e uf if- !n-t liscal en w i l(i (Kin m di lit ; le ti Mr Vi ":u .u i 1 1 1 i ch mt "1 N'i York, gai !') i' st.")ti,0 )( -w. i i .11- (!ie debt off wnh a stroke uf his ji mi. and le ivin.; m the tre'i-nr, s-lil.Dlltl. Pu v. '. H Ci.ipiu's new ( lunch, corner of Fifth Avenue and 4."th st , was dedic it. 'l on Monday of last w k. An abb sei mon was preach id on the occ tsi nt b v Mr Chttptn. 1st C. of the G.; Alviu House, 2d C. by Mr. WiHiam.- Destniellvc Fire at Winooskl. Thr Dye lliir lluriipil !, , of tlje G.; Jehial Hull, 3d C. of the 0.: Milton H. Bliss, S. N. A. LA SELL, Recorder. Swantoii, Dec. P2, 18(i(!. At tho Regular annual Meeting of Seventy-six 1. dro, of Fr. e and Ac cepted Masons, the following iers ms were elrc'i'l ofHcers foj- the year en suing: N V L-reli, : . B. Jew.dt, S. W.; J. H. Birney, Jr., J. W. ; Richard f, i , 1 ;u,d session in regard to teuuie uf office. It prohibits lemovals without tho con sult of tho Senate, etc. In the Huit-e under the call of Stales fur bills the following w ere in ti minced and t -tv rred : Bv Mr. llogei i to npwil the neu traiity law-. liy Mr. P'n.,diiin to thelarc valid and conclusive certain proclamati ns of 'lie Pitsnh nt and nets in puisllaoei il," , of. The fuili m ir l esoluttotii were ot- d: i 1 i i t i n i ii , , , 1 , conmy 01 un"Jg. : If Stephens nt tempts a rising at home ty. When he found that he was mis Jtinoolul failure, ttot'taken in this, and that it was to be her in each year, inchidiii" tho yoar or '10 Vl'M' ' good men and true, to used by tho Democratic paity as a A. D. 1807. i do and dare all that bravo ottes can do meain of regaining the ascendency, Sue. 2. This net shall take effect i for their country, but, for the want of he had withdrawn from it, and sup r0lV)rovcdS'Novei her 1G 18G0 l'l'er military direction, of which ; pot ted the Union p uty with wlnv.ev- -1 ,A ' ' Stephens has willingly and knowingly er ability ho could, lie says he see, An act relating to tho times of holding deprived tho 'men in tho gap.'" The nothing in the propositions report" I tho Supremo Court in tho county of writer contends that if the Fenians , to the caucus by the Committee wh.eh Windsor, unci in amondtnont of sec-1 take the field In fore L ."land becomes , seems object i.m .1.1". Win the; i, . 1. .:; Pi'isiwi. - Senator -t lllmnnl. Poland, and Representative Mm! ha e our thai ks for "Pub Doc - " Ch u !,; 1 Gay, Fsq , his s i!d his inten in nil - ii. the Rutland .did Marvin, S ; V. G. Barney. S. D.; N. H. S'.nw, J. D.; Philip Smith, Tyler; James Piatt. Treasurer; Charles L Smith, H.; Fdwttrd Vii.-iC.te, S; F W. Ballard. M. RICHARD MARVIN. Sec Sw.mton. Dec. 12, 180(1. Surralt Hie Conspirator. By Mr. Flhuf, directing the Stc'y of W.-r to conriMiii,," tte ini'o! m itiori in refeionce to the Norfolk riot, April 1(5, IHtji'i, and to tho imprisonment in Georgia, of Rev. Wm. F'neher, a mis sionary f.i the ficcdr.v n. I'-v Mr. I!"ouiii til, in.slrneting the Committee en iys and Means to in qun e into the i xjiediency of abolishing the .I per cent, '.ii'.. rnal rn, uue tut on domestic meet in caucus with I'nion memhe: Llllll KI'.VOll fll Oil llTfll' lllU'r.V f,T Till. ll k n i t,, I j involved in sunn loitign or d ltiiini'nl Sttntiitoo " ..... , , ' . ditlieulty thm will be literally "stamped or not, was a matter of little con-, - ""aiiimioi, in. it i nit Air. Aid. ,. n kok Tf il. ... .1, 1 ...i , ',. ., n... i - is not for a had only to sav so. J 1 Tt its relates to tho timo of holding the Illoin(-'11 w l,u -" lW uto i-ouwns. -- Supremo Court in the county of Wind-1 Wo think it, very likely that Stephens' Dr.vsii or a .Non.n Rkiutovn y - sor is amended so as to read as fob got together quito a large amount of Charles Minol, F.-q , fortm r'. Sup.i lows: In the County of Windsor on ! monnv whiln in this nonntrv and 'inn infendent of the Boston and Man,. l. c...., na r... n... r .i. . ; J "w out. it tne liall ilr. iV Sec 1. So much of section seven of lllout au.phens ia true, he is chapter thirty of tho General Statutes' ... . , ., ,.o ;.,.toi i.. n.,. t: t i...i.i:. moment to be trusted bv tin retired from th" ediiorr incut of that p ip -r. Ir moll' from 'i p: u' . .mo in has fnki.li an i.b'e n 1 hoic is cert a ,:' ' v t o ! . i . ' 1 1 IK 'V nisi) i '11. th "f ;i, 1 1 'A 11,. 'l'llll.t' s, 1 ' '. II ' - tiv. a"i ' '"s l'i . ' i.i ; a i '. t !y p ; . uont In 11. l. -j. c ei -in I. re I 'I lie State of Tei, lie ."1 a " nri'ia, i 's '.-"l ir m.uml.ictuivsand jrd:ict , of lueclnmi- Johii H. SiirrnU is to be brought ' :xl nliiU to this country to take his trial for .''' !v' deelaiing that the complicity in the plot to assassinate pioooMtion th-.t the war debt of Hie -.heil Dy Tho extensive dve hoii-i- lingtun Wookn Company at Y was totally destroyed hy th, s morning. The the wii ,1, about five and the llain.- w, i prevented from leaclnn, tl,. Innlding through th- per.sisi, i.' of the Ethan Allen engine c- i i But luitun. niel th" n-i . f f , .'. f"ice pumps i . tl.., ,,n, X house contained a la';;e o i L. wo..', ,vnd thonoi fun. , 1 s- i estunati 1 it $."", t ti. i sbyht ensunlties o, curt d I" ti ', of tile ye hou-i Tncse, nulls, winch arc largi st in New Fti"i-itid. -e 1 1 about 800 hand-. vmII i,. . . obliged to stlspeinl npcr.ili -few weeks in order to l. pan cry. The oiigin of the Hie is -lo be accidental. The company mil it.it o 1 i about lG-build.li", tno (h. li . roplaoiug the in n hineiw. - r. i time these nupoit mt oi.,- 1 be in ttetivu ope; iti m. he 'l'i MM . Ih t. f v. i t u ; 1 1 ! n ; i i P. Mi Spa "I ..e '.el on . ' i ! e in ',. ill .'. lh ' t tie cMiiigui- o c'lnttacted it is not thinks there is an "tnd ju'ticiph s of i-.a-ii I d i s li it on i t thf lion " lii 1' n ed to i W tv ai. d Mi ins il ig a. th tho first Thursday after tho fourth 'luestliiy next after tho fourth Tuesday m January appropriated, or is to approprinto, the Railroad, and .subsequently of the N" lion's sharo to himself. It will requiro : Yl'll and Kite Road, died sudden! .Monday mornum of paralysis of the Sr.c. 2. All suits, motions, bills of ' much labor yet to harmonize tho two exceptions or processes ponding in or I factions of tho party; aud until this is returnable to said court, shall bo ro-; (lono Ul0 ifeninn3 can lmr(uy hopo for turned to, heard and tried in said 1 court at tho term commencing as pro- j bUCC0SS; t vided in tho first section of this net. ' Sec il. This act shall take uflbct I ACClllCIlC Oil tllC YCl'lUOIlt Central, from its passage. ; Approved Nov. Hi, 18GC. j '-Tho ongino of tho afternoon mail . train up, on Thursday afternoon, when Ai'1'oiNTME.vrs. Tho Postmaster nbont "midway between North IIiu-U fiin'lwl? 0 Whito River Junction was, gca m ormout: Strailord, Henry C.I., ... ,. , ., . , Hatch, vico D. C. Hayes, romovod; thl'"Kh tho spioadmg of tho track, West Derby, Cyrus Lias, vico E. M." I precipitated from tho track down an Sprnguo, resigned; Wost Randolph, J embankment about fiitoon feet high, Homer R. Stoughton, vico C. C. turning n eompluto summersault. Tho bfearns, resigned. , 1 , . , " . 1 baggogo car and forward passenger ff3-Ono of tho stifibrors in u,0 , car wero thrown off, but nono of tho Dartmoor (British) prissou, during the ' passengers wore injurod. Tho on Mar of 1812-14, is now living in New- igineer, Mr. Charles Hayden, and the niii, u ins naiiio is bnmnol Drew. ; ftvavaan, Mr. R. Chamberlain, were I Ho is poor and has never had u pen- , , , . ,,, ,:C1. 1 1 , found under the ruins, and tho engine ; a " .1.1 mod tl i . M t Tl.u'.n 1 1. ( )'l om s'dn i". in . o-e'i iption : " i'o M i riio'ii is from the State of Tenm On the other: "W li e, jur "th. i , t .",!( 1 111 folio'V- v em ral .1 e," th oi l-i'il'.-' "e n IV i 1. lie il ' Mr 1 1 uctiier !l.e in. in,' ' i; t i th. f l i 'I t, biain, in Soinerville, Mass., where he tl,w" w) starve.' " has been confined for some mouths Cicucial Sweeny's rank in the regu past with severe illness. He was 07 ,IU' iu ili-v ii4 Colonel of tho years of age, and a graduate of liar- Sixteenth U. S. Tnf.mtry. vtu-d Collego of the class of I808. , CS-IUJ1'11 Oeorge J. Stannard, as was - - .expected, proves to be a very efficient Senate Committees. --Senator Ed- Collector of Customs, discharging all mnnds is on tho Committeo on Com- 'the duties of his portion with marked morce, and on tho Committeos on i ability and promptness. His appoint Public Lands and Pensions. Senator . moots of deputies, also, we believo, Poland is on tho Judiciary Committee, riv0 Viry general satisfaction. 'Ihey and on tho Committees on Private ate for the most part men who have Land Claims, and Public Buildings fought gallantly for the pieservation of tho Union, and their claims for po sitions of this kind are well worthy of recognition. President Lincoln The nouita Tnti.h. eotltltn stl Ml I agaui-t linn during the trial of the the generation other conspirators wen- as follows: sanctioned by Louis J. Weichinan te-ftled that l"''1' "'"l";:''1 Sill raft w.is fiiiitinuailv siionl-imr if at.pl'oval ol ti, cotton speculations and of going to Em ope. It appeared on trial tint ' c it ton p". ulatiu.i " w.n.i t 1 m un der vvhii ii ll," c iiispiiaiur.- lcferiial to the pr.'p. -"1 a, assin.'t ,on, and W'- !":! U lleatd .Meio It -lytha'l.i was, -uso guiny; to Europe, hp n,. w.i goii",' on h.is.-biek. S'tM.it: wis on lepe.iUd oce 1 ,1 .'lis 111 company Willi P.ivii'-, Ati ro.it, Dr. Mildd, atiii Booth. He made ;i dip to Richmond in March ISlio, and immediately after to Ciiuadu He left that place for Washington drawing the nalionitl euii. ncy and will hold theion ,1,e ia,h of April, and was again substituting greenbacks. Laid ou the , seen there on the 18th, when ho was , ,ui,,e l,J a vot'' of H''' to driven into the country in ti wao-on. ln 'u' Senate, Dec. 11, Mr. Wade, t-y- The New Unj,'! it absola' lor a mixed food for aiiitu i.s ani'iial can leinain heattlo "Ii Mill kind of food aim die: ' vl'1 uell vv e, d a re imittt e t e;"d., Mi 1 tin ' ihe Re- t 1 1 . in- sin a jtint I . 'ji is. '. ' ll'u-i . ; (a 1.1 oi m ' aini ''t' -. foi 111 1 lopteil lnt! n 1 ii -1 liinkino; icv f with !IO( K Murt.rt.,. vv 1 . in I . iti 1 . 11 op. of . .111. 1 t I m r- 0- II.B.VVS .1IVU1CKT 1) and Grounds. COf Hon. Justin S. M'orrill's room at Washington was entered 0110 night lafct week by robbers, but the rascals stolo nothing. -B-- De&" Min. Thomas, tv well known ac- f edvilfw tl,e 'Ifiinsn i.( . . 1 1 rs. " dried, per lb, i 1 w.. ir liush 'l, ol j rni, per iti., On one occasion he reeieved n nm. , from the Committee on Territories, ro- Ki ;.,, ,1 t t...i. . 1 i.ortoil tie. 1 .1! Int'.'.wtii.l ... 1 Chi tsr. v,t.-,,M,i,eii jrum ijuosu. in J'"" ' . . J ,M,U"V , t i.N, nor buxhtd. company with Harold aud .Ussftrodt he . ,t)r U,B autiussion ot uoiorado. At ! ( oi.n jikal, ner cvt went to lrs. Surratts tavern, Sur- lut ' Ior nKro sut,rag f01 mtluvillo nnA nol-.l T,.l... HI T...1.1 .,tbis District whs hiti-eli mi I ...v., .... uonvil lutlll ill. aUVlU CO' .. conceal two carbines, ammunition, a I rope, and a monkey-wrench, which1 Vni.inii Ti-Pik m ?uoole!,iii..n, woro taken away by Harold on the rui,a" 1 1 bUSail CCISI)Ulgll. night of tho lltLi. In March, Surratt 1 The Grand Jury, on the Gth, pro wan engngeu wiui Jjootn, r&yne, At-1 M.ntA ii..i;....w..,. t. 1'ohk. mrw. zerodt and others in some undertaking 7 , ' - .. ?r, wl.inl. f.,;i,.,i ...UJ..U .. , "IU10J.'ei 'I I lls l linc, etia " douliui extra, . li I Vss SiKHi, Or hUhln'l,. II .. . I el I 11, Laiiii, ti.r jI Oath, t r o ,m.v Onions 1.! o 1 I " 14 1 11 n I.' """"""""'i " vviiiua ocuasion lie ... , i,,iiibi. iW hn-h.l. ,luul to be raised to extricate tliom tress, and formerlv a favorite with the mittees and a-socititions B-Aman hailing from Vermont The fireman was so badly injured that I iJoston theatre going people commit-, jecontlysold tosomooitizons of Frank- he died the following day. Mr. Hay-! . , t , . ' ,,,,. , ,, bSa nutfirXleuSJl KSsnt; ' tlt" fWM ! bridge, Mass. an Satuiday evening. the 10th inst , England. The tld bucks. The citizens were priud uf f while t was thought that he - , rectors Car of the Vermont Central V" f S " email prisouois. With reference ln sl llor, said: "Mv irnsnet i .-, ' the two rem ttniiitr. Thomas Pow-.itvi. hopes are blighted." He once said to I crs aud Daniel (burn, the jury found , SA;'i'arivlBila1,d1 11 cibuiuiui iu uuiivuiuiuuu, mat 11 no no mils antl ttiey woro accordingly 1 -uvt'iK sosaii, s.tcseeded iu his cotton speculation diaobarged. ' rd his Country Would OSO h m fiirnvnr . lwrooru. ntld his lllllllO would rn down nvoan f- It is stated by the Boston Traiwrfd ' posterity. Ili.,t H.inrir W,.i.i1 ll.,l,,. ,l..i;,w,0 In Sinrrnl t lufl "l-.,l, :...,.. .. """ '' "'I ,,ii. i"i' 'I .1....'.' 1. . .v"w ,, mot. 1 tie LU., UU lilt?.' 1 - , lecture this winter, and has returned 'g after the assassination of Mr. Ti '"''Sr L ncoln. troimr hv vv.'iv, if ll,ihi.,i..i.;.. l.uopapeib had been abstracted from mo money advanced to nun uy SwEETsnonoii, C F, . Deo. 10. George Crawford was placed on trial. Counsel Devlin said ho would HUSTON JIAIIKHT Ore. their prizes until tho lirst rain that ' uo,1hl not possibly survive. Ho is now I -r The Florida House of Repres-j Spiingti Burlni.'toii. Yt supper, ho dropp 'I'll., ,ll...l iu ,.,...,. .1. .. ll. ..IV Where l'"-" mime luill. lilt) uuimse ; ehiil-eed i.s a violation of the imnerinl d , i , . . v . i , his handkerchief with his name inark- j hwA nM liut l'l,1P"t"t for Proviuci- was attached to the train for the use ' .i ii t... n. r.. i ' al Courts. oamo washed off their hue. mid thev i bettor and hopos are entertained of I entatives hasagteed unanimously to f !,; w,iiu ,i ii, i,. ; l.ti ! i,, il,( 'fi'.. i,; . The other plea is, that Previous to .,.,,,,,..1 1.1. T , , .. , . . ...ui.ii.1, ...... " .... ie. .-.u hub iu VJltub ilia Ul IUM, ll 1 1 V iilLf 1 .1 1 rr. I .' . , . , Ml, J.m - (!r:1ll"l'yvhtte "scrubs, his recovery. Tho wounded men were 'reject the Constitutional amendment. tll( Bonavcntnr,, Station three henrtv 1 at St. Albans, he is repoited to have ! ,J0 151 1 . . Al,SUkt ,,lhtl 1 wn .WftH 110 1 J nil Miiwii'iii'icittr riiHiL.i.v.. . i i t--- . 4 iiiii voiikiiIiii, ,i"..,. ,. ..r I " i ' l . 'I tin ittif i-iiitt.;:.,. ,ntta l. rmO,,l0r 1B ared for by Prof. A. 15 Crosby of the , Burlington Medical Collego and Dr. J. Thk Cask op Jkfp. Davis. A Wash- - Brigham, Phillipsburgh, C. E., who many years associated with tho B press, died suddenly in New j Sunday, of heitit disoaso. Hasdsomu Fke. It is said that inglpn telegram says: wojo passengers ou the train. Theip is .tho bait anthoritv for sav- Mr. Hayden is one of tho best am jug that tho Prosideut hus pusitncily ' most experienced enginuors on the determined not to iutorfuro in the case ,-oa.l, and no blame can attach to him of Jell. Davis by ot denug hiK release ,i f ., , . mi n,iwv1. I,t tl, ,V l. ,. ;u . 1r the hi-ein ut, for tin i bad aooident. -.. r...w., .., i rill, un where ho is until arrangements can be Uleiu have lieeu an unusual number made lor Ins trial somotimo during the , of "smusb tips ou tho Central latoly. enduing spring. .making of conrso a laiga bill of ex-' S-Gooro C Chamhorlain, forin- petiHe, which is nothiug compared to :''rl.v vlMnr t,f u, Bradford (VI.) Wr it rms. sanguine i gooil his j son, for , ' "' ;. T ' l'Z 'Canada, making his way finally, part-1 J'tls' V '." W"nlU "ru e Boston ,L, "w " Mi- ly on foot, and partly bv rail, to lion- ''f ' f'- 'o prisoners is Y,.l, el,c'1' lv- 1 was sworn in the same ' deal. Hero he was secreted for R,,.,.n liiat 1,0 W1 bu bl ,0 "ll,ke uay as .uuninistrator ot tne rioviuco. ume uv reuel svmpaltnzers, hut w.is 1 . i 'reported at the timo to have been U ",UJ ,fU'0t 1)l0'1 l ' r . ,r . , . seen near a monastery, where ho dis- J""M"pl;;" of tho Court is over r .John .Moi riR.sev hns sent 2(J0 to his ,,,,,, there will bo obiecttons to tho G iim Charles O'Connor roceived tho hand- sister at Clue-ago, whoso family was I . . ., ,. , , . , , Jury, which, if sustained, would up- .' -rr lb.: I sumo fuo of fifty thousand dollars for rootly found to bs Urving.-Ex. v v L; ',ooml dl8" indict.t.euls. -r ' her 1 his services in the Jtituel will oaso. ! Why did'nt ho send $2000? Ho 1 f " Ilerald SI)-s Surratt 'Tho oounsol is said to be ready with Crashed ..... - tho ruled, Grand Flour. Wi nteru t)ti.( i lip. ooiiiiiion i l i .i ' IUfdilllll ( V.tlMH "" ' good and i Uoicr, ni clinhliK lii in con, I'an aila. Ohio. JllK'blttull. 1 1,1 S?. I Aitiih, good unit i noict "in Meal jiti' nl .1 li.w Flour . . Unit u - per Itnnhv). Corn, Vumtcrn miic.l lUta, Nuit'n, WVafn, Cual. livi IJoaua, common and blue pod. niaiTOW and txtra tica Jluliiiii'i l'cr irallon: ubft Cicufuoeos inubiovado. . ii ov Uloiiii Ptr bbl : Pork jiritni) .... IIII'HH clear Iti of - iautuii and WuHttrn Iiil'SS and extra . family oxtiu Lard, in liblii. and tfri cci liattcr -N. Y.and Vt.d.itm- Clutifco . . I on 1 - t," i : j 'i' 1 uii' i .'. i 1)11 il l j , un Jl I ' Jtdll ' l'i' is 1. has au ubiuulauue of ill-gotten money A DiAMoxn PouTKUN.'J'he New York correspondent of tho Boston Juunud wrilos: BtSfFor the veW endin;' Def .1 im. the hteriftce of a single life. Some f 'M 'as elected to the ofhco of tent-, were i,. nod to th folio win.r Vur portions of the track, we fear, from all i Cviimty Attorney, for Jackson County, luouteI(i: j08qiB Adams, of Fairhaven was tho guest of J. Hogan, of tho Si. ! objections to tho constitution of tho! j Lawronco Hall, after his esoupe from Juii' " 8110,1 should bo utcessary. ; l tho United States, and was supplied! On Wednesday evening, Gen. Ave with funds to go to Europe by leading 1 GoQI,ul iloutroal, arrived 1 ...o ii . . r. . .. t a l. .-...ii. ,i. . , i ooiuuciiicrs men m Lanadiv. ai owutmuui-jjii io w.ucu too tnais. Granulated UoUco Crushed Wool Domestic : Now York and Vermont Vo4torn. ooramon to lino. t i 1 ' lu.' 111. 53 " aO't i .... i l . l r. - . i " GriKoii Ulntit ,: i i , w can leniii, uiu noi, in luebiuu couiu- uiisoii iJinnt, one of the leading . ,, , ,, , , . politicians of New Yoik. to whom the 1 u KUould "o, aud the vlde Supervisors last year nmdu a nreMont awake and enterprising managers will of $60,000, has a g.oat 1M'ot, lor m.do'thtediy put things to V.ghU with- ' "0,"MK rrK"'! 1,,oUl,1y not 0,11 '!v. Tho rapidly increasing f hlu',,eilh' dtiu less than $50,000 worlh on impeiBon. , , . b' alive, He 1,,ih ionnhn wHl, , !... J ,.i, ' oad, it seems to u, Mum., at the recent election Way The English Government offers, a leward of J.5000 sterling for the 1 or ISKiailTOX MAIIKK"' I"' ii..' r.ii. I1 . o fnt nnfl II' ' ' 1 tor lmpioveiiuiit in railroad mils; Col by Brothers & Co., of Watorbury, as signees of George J. Colby, for im pi ov cmeut in clothes wringer. Paten ted Dee. 4, 1800. , lie is tno guest of Jiuues (). ILilionui, o.u, $ia.uo a $ia,o;i; int quaiitv f u 1 -i i .... i... A i it :ui 'lUfl1- Tho Rutland savs- l,mM. t 4. v,u ms arrival at tne notei , tuUl neM ... . Un is fi v.iiv olnii, ir,,v.i .l.-,.-.. ..... Would Wtttlltltt tllO CoUbtl UCtlOll of ttU- MST The Feuiuu troubles in Ireland IkiT The Rounds, Esq., of .'huemlou. wr h,J, a Bll,""J 1,1 "ouur WiW stationed in in that town ou the farm where he 1 ll,,nt of the biiildmg, by order of Col. now reside, and always has resided, 1 Osborne Smith, which was not at all on the 13th of July, 1783, being now j ivlitihetl by Judge Johuson and oth- hOlllel llllio' llVel- Si 1 v,,iii.u .,1.1 ll,. 1. I , , ? - "in. JJO nan ,.,a - . I'.lli .1 .. f... ...... .-. ... V-1 O. Legislature of Yerniout . . "r0" meeungs in Jus na much as a carinnu, yet ho ug.eaton other track, and we have re.ibim to be- are increasing. Several regiments of v..t. ,1,. t,,.- . itr... . .i.. i ti i hve tuW for (!1 kucccsiv0 years and' diamonds, and will hunt a brilliant heve tlmt there will be ouo built at no trooob have been bent to Ireland from l. ,f uu , all the Presidential eluetions which' D. T. R. Nye, Esq., of Philips btm wuu esuaorumaiy zeal. , distant day. Tho Central is a great ' Euglsnd. ivivviivu Hi Ulllljen li.Il(ll.son Mlf i . . 4ivu iiuiim xvmt until iai ; nave oceuiled since and inolmlimr tl, bn: ol, r V. ,rrtiii l,n nni- tlifinlfR for 1 l"t. Si a 'J. I -1 . e t . o r--' s. "n- - - , ,,,,... i uutiuica .uadison. M,.ntr.i ,,.,.. iuuZ h Y ,i.,,l -ll--.a..,! l.,.,,t Vui UiiiS Oil it. i 175 to valno an bwf. , ltlliL aiiu-h iu. iii o iiO: exi ""f r , tl tlOO, vvitltout t-ulv. a, an ina.v " anil oidiiluiv $.!0 ii l'i . j i ii Slltcii uiiill.ulla 0t! I. ,T lw liead. , , .-I ,., t., i hli.uo.Vjiul..s.t., OuW.. , proubeu, OOaOl) eenw. J-jft J '' ui Vtitl 'titlvt..- tuOOn t00 j 'V mi lllili. -llricJiton, lu " . . t;altHina lso ii J 00 f4 tt , il.Jiea.'U. : .uomreai papoib.