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VERMONT WATCITMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DEGEMBER 14, 1892.
.ummarn of flctos. DoMltlC. Dr. Iaac M. Wirr, a .Inwisli ratilii frnm ClnotnnMli made tbe opentDj pra.vor lo the hrmso of repri'Ni'Htatlves on Tm.rnilay. Tmk wfrUkar trnat hai adranoed tha price Of wliiskey flftMn pnr cnnt. ll(orn an nouncing tlm ailvHinn, 8,OU0 botreto, htdtl by LoniHvilli", Ky., ilnalerH who wnrn not, membtni oi tbe ifimt, wnrn patobMM, TMOMUOOl an llalian f iuiithI at Mel roM( MaHH., last Tlnirsilay, wa tlm explo- tion of a attok of dynatnlta whlon tht nu In the oofflii bad ineu to iin'ak on a rook. 8ix otliors were serioualy Injurml by tlm expltmlon. Thk proMiii'iitiiiK attorimy wlio nuneneded iii OonTiOtinfl Ir. Oraves o( tlm niiirder of Mrs. Hntntiliy, bM DO faitli tbat tlm dOO lor's appeal will bn Htici'essfnl, anil nx pNMM tlie oplnion that Graves wlll bc liiitir for tlio OnnMi By tht ibntttog down f tlm Bethleheu (la.) Irou 'otnpany's rail mill, last wiwk Wecltmsday, over 1,000 men were thrown OUt of einployme.it. Sliortane of onlers f Ot steel rails is niven by tht t. in tifers as tlie .: of tlm shut-ilowii. Ckntral Texas was swept by acyolotm, last TlHirsilay, Wblob did a larRH atnonnt of lamat;e to fana lmililiiiKH, stock, fuuclng and forentK, auHd tlm deatli of one perHon and tnaiiimd a score of otlmrs. Tlm trarls of ihe Oyoloni was about 100 yarda wide and Its c'oiirne extnndad across tlie country for ten miles. BalldlDRI Md live Hlock were swept away llke chaff. Hailstones of pnnruons size fell during tlin storui. At tlie inaiiKiiration of Kovernor-elect Llewellyn of Kansas, tbu tistial InatiKura tion ball will be omittod, OWiHg lo tbt fai't, aoneofth(3 popnlist leaders says, "tbat the plain people of Knsa wlio tlOOtOd tlm new state OmOtn cannot but look witli anxlety npon any indiratiou tbat thelr of rlcors liave snlunitteri to tbe allnrenmnts of fashionable soeiety, which, repreaHnting all tha enetniea of tbe OOIDnion pcoplo and based upou woalfb gained by nionopoly, oonstituten a danjerou lobby about tlie of ficlal wboiu it may aecure in ita tuexhea." Thk other eveninjj. tbe fresbinan ottM .-f Yalo Uollojce went out for a little plcaHtirc, and attempted to find il by break inf up a variety entertainmunt wbicb tbey jraced witli tbelr presenoe. By tbrowing totpedott upon the Htage anil RityiiiK the ,i tresses, they broke up the show, and the audltnot wa dispersed. On Friday five of the freshinen were haled before Judge Pickett at New Ilaven, charged witb du Olderly and " riotous " eonduct. Convlc t.ion followed, and it is expected puniHh inent will be meted out to the entire olaat. The farulty is tnaking a tliorougb investi gation of the affair, and nunierous expul ions are inevitable. Secbktary Fostkr's report from the r.reasury deparlment sbowa tbat the total revenues of the government for the rlscal year ended June 30, 1892, were $42.ri,WW,.'80. Of this, 9177(402)404 came froui oustorus; 9163,971.072 from iuternal revenues, and 970,930.470 from the postal seivlce. The total cxpi'iidituros for the same period were 9410,908,806 leaving a snrplus of about 10,000,000. The total volume of money in oirculation November 1, 1892, wa fl,t06, 1 19,78001 about 8100.000,0(X) more than on NoYBinber 1, 1801. Of the dotnettto ezporta dnrlng the year, agricultural produets were 78.70 per oent of the total amouut, the value being 9709,882,232; manufartures 15 per cent, valued at 9108,010,987, other produott, as of mining, tbe forests, ato., bringiug tlie tolal value of domestic exports up to 91, 015,7:12, as againtft 9872,270,283 for the prr ding year. Fsrefgn. Oholkra has reappearad in a virulont ! urm in a number of villages in the pro vince of Poltava, in Kussia. The autbori ties continne to expeot and prepare for tbt wldespread reoradescenot of the disease in :he spring. On Tbnrtday, Monsignor tiOntl Galim herti, papal nunclo at Vienna, was ele vated to the cardiualate. He is very lib eral in bis religious views, anil a man of uperloi literary attaiument j. Hb will still rtmain nuncto at Vieuua. Mks. MAYBBICK, oonfintd in an Kuglish ,'riHnu umler a life senteuce for poisouing '.er liusbaud, and whose nase has exeited wide interest in tbe country, is reporti d in a dying oonditton, auffaring from hemorrh ages of the lungs. Bhe has prepared a statement reiterating her iuuoceuee of mcjral wrong in any deed or act againstthe lift of her hushand. Thk Spanisli ministry lias arranged to ask the ooming Chambers for a credit of 750,000 nesetas for the expenses of the Spanisli rep resentation at the Columbian ISxposition. Batldta :1k; tbree caravela spain will prol ably send a goodly show of war ships to the naval review at New Vork and a brilllant taff of army and navy otlicers to OhloagO. The governmant of the United States is Tnost desirous to bave Spain preferentially diatlDgtdabad at the ezpoaltlon, and has 'itTered to send war ships to convey and ariilitary forces to gnard all the " OolumblaO relics " wliich Spain may be pleased to send i Ibloago. (jAI'TAIN WlIiUAMt, who was cbarged to govern L'ganda for the Brltith Kast Afrii a uompany after Captain Lugard left the onimy, is ill anil is retumtng to the coast. Weeks muat elapse before Major Smith, who lUOOeeds Captain Williams in the eoui nand, oan arrivt in L'ganda. fn the mean tlme tbe lntlutnee of the British proteeto rate is llupandl d and much anxiety is felt is to what the result will be to Kuroneau and aatlve Gbrlatlant. High offlt ilala of the i t.niisii Kast Afnia Uantpany state that there is really no cause for anxiety regard- ng affaira in Dganda. They tay tbat tbongb Captain Williams has left the country a number of Knglish idlicers still remain there and that tbey will be abuudantly able to protool tbe Christians until the arrival of Major Bmltb. IT SllOUI.D 11K. IN Kvkky Hoi sk. J, U. WUaoo, 371 Clay ttreet, Sharpi barg, PenD., tays be wlll not be with out Dr. Kintf's New Digcovery for ' onniinpUon, Cougba and Culds, tbiil :l OUred liis wlfe wbo was tbrealuned with pneumonta aluir an atiuck ol " la grippe," wnen various other rem cdies and several pbytiolaoi bad dooe her no a iod. Booert Jtai ber of Cooks port, l'enn., clainis Dr. Kinsi'a New Jiitcovery lias dOD6 hiru more good tban anylbing he ever uaed for iQDg trouble. KotnlDg like it. Try it. Free .rial botUea at C. U'.akely's Jrug store, Montpelier, Vt. NO man was ever made better by having the bluei nor better litted for a OODfllot Itecause oi feelin sure that be would be wbipped in the Dgbt Bucklkn's AltNICA SALVK. Tllt beet salve in tlie worlU for cuts, brutses, sorea, ulcers, nalt rbeum, fever aoreH, lctter, chapped handa, ehilblaiua, corus tnd all nkin eruplions, and poailively t ures piles, or uo pay required. It is guaranteed to trivo perfect satisfaetion, or luoney refunded. l'rice twentv-tlve cents per box. Forsale by C. Ulakely, Montpelier, Vt. MlLK is better for being kept over night in small tina than if a larger Hiantity is kept over in oue veaael. ld.ow, blow, blow! That ditagree able catarrh can be cured by taking Hood'a SarBparilla, the coDHtitutional remedy. j U6e$outff Qompapioi) L )jfMR nrm r i The last car h.is bcon the year of largest growtli in the Sixty-five years of Thf. COMPANTON'S history. It has now reacheil a weekly circtilation of 550,000 snbscrihers. This generoos Ittppofl enahles its jtnhlishers to provide more lavishly than ever for the coming Volume, but only a partial list of Authors, Stories and Articles can bc givcn in this space. Prize Serial Stories - $6,500. The Prii-.es offered for tlie Serial ('ompetition of 1892 were the Largest ever givcn by any periodical. Flrst Prlze, $2,ooo. Irry ; "Aunt Mat's" Investmcnt and its Reward; by Second I'rize, $1,000. Armajo; How a tery hard Leawn wtt bravely Leamcdi by Tltlrd Prize, $1,000. Cherrycroft ; The Old Hotna and its Tenanti by Fourth Prize, $1,000. Sam ; A charming Story ol Brotherly Love and Self Sacrificc; by Amanda Al. Dongtas. Cliarles . Clarke. Editli B. Stowe. M. (i. McClellaiul. Prize Folk-l.ore Stories. Slow Joc's rreedom, $1,000; Mother's Doughnuts, $300; The Silver Tankard, $aoo. SEVEN OTHER SERIAL STORIES will be glven during tbe year, by C. A. Stephens, Homer Oreene and others. Pictured by Their Children. A Oroup of FoUI I'en Pictures of Kamous Mtn Kt Homc. How Mr. Oladstone V orks ; by his daughter, Mrs. Orew. flen. Shcrman in his llome ; by Mrs. Mimiic Sherman Pltch. (ien. McClellan; byhion, Oeorge B. McClellan. President Oarfield ; by hi daughter, Mrs. Molly Oarfield IJrown. The Bravcst Deed I Ever Saw, A Serics of Pottf Ptpert in which deedl of rantarkablt bravery are vividly dtteribed by United States Ofiiccrs of tbe Army and by faiBOttl War Corfttpondentt, By (ieneral John fiibbon. Ueneral Wesley Merritt. Captain Charles King. Archibald Forbes. Interesting Articles. How I wrote " Ben Hur." Describing the origin and growth ol thia populat Book. By Qen. Lew Wallace. The Origin of " Rudder Orange ; " by the populai Siory Writer, Frank R. Stockton. The Story of My Boyhood ; by Rudyard Kipling. How College Men are Tralned for Foot-Ball, Itasc Ball, and Boat-Racing. Tly Four College Crew Captain. Three New Sea Stories. I. Tbe Hristolman's Trap. II. The Rotnance ol a Shoat. III. A Desperate Capture, By V. Clark Russell. The Jungle Kingdoms of India. I. Ihe War between Man and Bea-,t. II. Characteristics of the Conflict. III. Snakes. By Sir Edwln Arnold. The World's Fair. In Foreign Lands. Col. Oeorge R. Davis, tbe Director.General of the Fair, has promiied to contribute articles, and Mrs. Potter Palmer will describe the propoied "Children'i Palaee." The Companion will also have ipeeial correspondents at the Fair. Among the lubjtCtl to be treated are: How to Economize Time and Money. How to Prepare for a Visit to the Fair. What can best be Seen in a Oiven Time;. How to See St. Paul's Cathedral; by The Dean of St. Paul. How to See Westminster Abbey. The Dean of Westminster. Windsor Castle. A picturesque description by The Marquis of l.orne. A Olimpse of Russia; by The Hon. Charles Emory Smith. A Olimpse of Belgium. The American Minister at Brussels. Adventures in London Fogs; by Charles Dickens. Your Work in Life. What are you going to do? These and other similar articles mav offer you some suggestions. Journalism as a Profession. By the Editor-in-Chief of the New Vork Times, In What Trades and Professions 1- there most Room for Recruits? by Shipbuilders Wanted. Chatt with great shipbuilders on this Subject; by Why not be a Veterinary Surgeon? An opportunity for Boys) by Charles R. Mlller. Hon. R. P. Porter. Alexander Wainwrlght. Dr. Austin Peters. Young (iovernment Clerks at Washington. Opportunitiei in the State, Treasury, War, Navy and nterioi Departments, and in the Departmenl ol Agriculture. By the Chief Clerks of these Departments. Evcry Number contains impartial Editorials on eunrent eventa at hotne and abroad, Original Poetry by the best writers, choice Misetllany and Anecdotes, the latest discoveries in Science, Articles on Health, a Charmiag Childrcn's paye and many other well-known features. FREE rSpecimnt oopiti tnt free on upplicatun. w Snlmcribrr wln Mnd fltl.T." nov. will reoelve The Oompanlon PBBE ti January l. ist.l. antl for a fnii yviw from th;it date, Int'ludlnji the Double MoUday Numben nt ChriBtfUMi New VfiirV, Basteii Fourth of July and Thanksffh tne; The Bouveutr of The Companton in colorti 4'! pageSt deecrtblng the New Bolldtng in utl its departments, uill be ocnl on reeetpt of nlx vvnth, or frt' Ut any OM i iH'stinR it who Mlldl u abfM)rlptton J'lvusr Wltlltloft thia puper. THE YOUTH'5 CoMPANION, Boston, Mass. to 1893 . ? Onlrr at our risk. Jl 1 ONLY itea&MN dircrt to .To ks.Miviili-. Hitllins AlnN- IAY, VKI)NKSI.YS Anl KHtlAYS from Hei '0, Kunt Kiver, Npw York, ealung at Churlftiton, H. Oi a- eotiiHT'tionB aml throuut) r;itea from IlMton aud New KnffUmt itoiiiu. Avoiils New 1 11 :i ii. ! coast. No ilnatv riilt) ultt-r leavliiB Hhlp, latiotm for flrai clafw, liiterinedlute ami ap I'atwcuut-rs. Tbt strlrtt-nt cUwjIuIim vitlU on boartl ewry hlp. Inforuiatioii cbewfully tmrnlibod. Scmf for leTiptivt) i.amnhlftB. J. A. PLAKBER8. Rutem KuvM, 201 w i -. . Ittwton. THBOt O. 1 . Traftlc MauaijLT, 6 liowltng Gretn, atW York. PkOLIFIC POU LTRY FOOD WILL MAKE HENS LAY MtxtMl with tlie mornlng fet,d pre.'entn Kgg Katiny nnil Frathrr I'Uking, OttfM Jtoup anil t'holrra, A ttnuill Huin ezpended for It will return many tlmeH the ciwt In tlie Increaned pro din-tiim ,f Kku1". Sold bv Hoedsnirn. Fuednien, l -i .m, and (ieneral Daal- er. 1 Ih. I'kK 2!x jvj Ib. I'U. mte. 6 1b. 1'kg. tl.ne. 1 II,. l'kg. Heiit hy mail for 40e. L. B. L0R0, Propr,, BURLINGT0N.VT. BEATTY'S PIANOS Ad4ro 1IAMKI. K HKATV1 mnl (IROANH up. wnt n;i Oat Ig Free. w A.ill IWQTOII, . The Independent, Reliable, Enterprising, Interesting, Springfield Republican DAILY, BUNOATj WEEKLY, ; THE LEADINU NE W8PAPES OF NEW ENQLAND THE PBINOFI B LD BBPUBLICAN wu itebliibtd iu IQM oy laiwntl Bowteti it nai oon itantly coiisiHteutli terred il u iit'opit) an In depenitent and ironreive oewapaper. it onder takai tirst uf ai. te puhiinii the lutftt ninte DtWI In thf bfOtjdMl intciprtjtntlinj, with prOOlptlkMti curi', iiitt'iiiKf nt wu eonTanteut arrangeniant uid ntOportloa H ofekH nt tbe lantl tlWC to pronnita Kood BOT6mntcnti loolal order and Uutnttrlal pfoe trity, whilo lt ultio pVOTidaf a VMt uiuotint of tntt-r- uMttiiK. profltable ani entertalntng ruatiinK matter. TH K BBPUBLIVAN li the orfan of no ipei la party, BUWJ or tntoront, htit dtVOtM ttl energtM to prlntinf tbt newi tairiy tjuid fuil ( to advaneini thf truo OtttMI f all tho ptople. It mplojl a lafgC Btalf ol traiiifd fdttorn, repurterd ttiul OOTrf pond eiits.aml tht; vury hest modoni lut't-hitnicit i ilji bmbI ttn parforuauot of it funi-ttoiis a it great tlatly iii'WHparpi'r. THK BBPUBLICAN U bandaome aud cleau in tTpeffrapbiaal ipptaranetj ami orlflnal ami tn-aii In matttr, hnviun 1(8 tiwn oxctusive OOVrMpOBdenOOi inakiii itn uwn leleetiona and prodaotng Itt OWD litfrary aud ottier featuroi. It nt thr aim of lt ron- ductorit to iuako it dUfereut from otht-r uv ipaperi rattior than llkv tht'in. Itn cxiouditurt'H UwraaM and It Im inado hottur ami bfttai Iroiu year to year THK .sl'Nl.Y BBPUBLICAN Lapeoullarly adaptetl to ttn New KiiKlaod audleuoc. It Ifl intt i v 1 1..: . oi i.-.li i aud attracttve withont heliiK lenaa tional or wordy. It (rTrn an ahundHiire of ftfjtreeabli and woleiome reudiiiK for the day of rattj in inldi tiou to tlie neWH. THK wkkki-y BBPUBLIOAN glvei the uream of tlie neveu datly itmueii iu IIh twolve hroad piti' 1. all the iiuportaiit newtt aud tln bMt Of the j edltorlal, rorreapondenre aud gettOfal aud paolal features of tlie papcr. It Im edited and ftmoged with Kreat 0aft( aud Is prououm i il hy niany good JudKs the hent weekly nevpapcr aud famlly Jourual In thecouutry. UBACBIPTIOM ItATKs. DAilY Tloenttamontbift aquartarsW year. ST N l.A V : Vi cents a quarter, & a y-.u . WKKKI.Y : Otntl for slx montba. 01 a year. AM Huhseriptluus are payahlo strlctly Iu advam-e. Hample cupiet free ritKK roB oni; HONTHi The Weekly Itepuhlh an, a l.'-paxe paper, will he eut free for one tnonth. to any oue whu aHtbM tO try It. New subserlhuri to The Weekly for IB3 wlll reuelve tlio paper free for the halauce of thia year. addfaNj TH K KK.riBl.ICAN, Sprlimtleld, Matt. DR. GLIDDEN'S RHEUMATIC CURE Is a CompoundBIedloine in II iLTIl iinl TIIr.K Whlch leieOOC has takeu frnm Datnre! rttorehouse. and u a wotittertul retiit-dy for the ohsthinte and , patnfnl dliurder, RHSUMATISM Oansed by a diseated LITKB. kihnkys aud; Itl.OOI). N M'liirdv l.a ever hi-en dllGOVered that I'urem o lury' proportlon of 0M6I as Dr. Glidden's Rheumatic Cure. Aohea and Palni ua PBQOVtbat the ijratemti dUeued. ihe i.itKlt, the utrgett orfnn iu ihe lnuly, U dUeaied. ouiisequeiitlj tna KIINBV4 re dUeaiedt tlU HKAHT alTeetd. Vmi r.miK.l sl. ep nikthtH, antl life is atuioil leirden. FK1 ICND, tf von m . erworked aud debllltated, have aehert and palnj, ) i K this tnedlelue a ! PKRSIKTKNT trtal. It InvlgoratM the ijatem. pniinei the hlood Improvei dlgettioui rollevei pabi and curei itn BUJnui ri i. S. A. HOWARD SOL. PROPRIETOR, New Hi ripton, N. H. FOR SALE VT DRUGGISTS. S500 Reward ! Ve wlll paj the ahove rewatd fir any eano of Utoi Uompialnti Dripepelei Btch Headaobei ludi- m'tlim, C uial i i.it ! n or eosuvehess we eauuot eure with Wenf Vei;etahle l.iver I'ills w heu the diroc Uont are itrlotlf Oompltad witb. They are purely vegetablei aud nevei faii to t,r)ve MKtisruetion. Hutiar i'oated. Lare hox-. eonralnlng 'M Pilli. 1& oentt, Bewnre f oounterfelti and xiia yeuulue niaiiuf.K-Hired imly hv TIIK.HHIN VIT COMPaNT, OHICaaO, IU. BOld hy all dniKtCiHts. Montpelier & Wells River R. R. THE ALUM1NIUM LINE.:: l:IOp.m, Dr, Mott's PcMjrojil Piih. i ae oniy Mtte, ure and raliable Faruale elli. vei oflbrad to Latll Elap. c ially raoixjrneiuied to mariied l al i . i arc of I'llls )ilt up iu iln bozeaaalueyiirodaDg i- OUa, ask or UT- mon rwuuyroj-ai PUli ami takt' no other. Beud foi circulnr. Price $1 .0 ier liox. b' lioxcy tot 16.00, Or. Mott's Chtmical Co.. CleveUnd. Ohio. KOK KALI RV KVANS BBYANTi WATKltlll'Uy, VT. Timo Tabtt, in effoct Oot. '). I-.'. Tralu leavlu Miiittpeller run ua tollowl I fl i m MAIL, oooneet. t Wetl Uilk A m Brer with tnaioa imrtli aud II. I fl, III i louth on '.u.mi K. K. White Konatafai, hhi witb iiihII Md exprfi.. ".t.u. fur njrmoutb. Concord tna Bot Kon. EXPBX88. Conoeott at Wull lttvor with txpMU imd putU traiiid fof St. Jotiu. Imry. Newport and Moutreat. AIho wltti fxnrt'.n traiu for l'lylumith. CoaOOM iniil !' -ton. aud nialt traili uortti for LUbon, Uttloton, WbUala. Pttbyaa'e, lanftaitti' aud Otowtoa, m n n All 081 MODA ril 'N UoO' fliJII It Itl uecti t WelU Klror with ex 4. ..II II. III. prentraln toi St. .lohiuburj IIWW pi .111 aud Newport, Alio with trali for White Klver .1 illn'tiou aud wav HtatioiiD, aud with ao oopiniodatlon trntu for aii pointH betweeH Wuod.vitle aud Laui'a.tor. BARRE TRAINS. Laare MontMlier forBam at l:M a. 1. H.,:ta A. K.,lliM A. . 1IWF. M.,IIH P. X.,tlli 1'. M .. h :'l,l V. .. tM I'- M. Lean Bwte for Koolpeller et ttsoa. m.. lilf a. KI0:HA K.,19 i F. M..l!t P.N.,4tH l.lt.,llN !. M.,7: l 1'- M.,:W V. M. W. A. BTOWBUd ueneral Uutaftr, K. V. MoltSK. OtMfed fatienner Avent. Public School Graduates, Dou't DOnttdaf ifOBI ertut atlou eomphie w ithout a aouud litirtiiittMi tr.iiutiiK No matter what profefmlon or voeatloM ytxi follow. you wlll OeM It. Heauttrul I'ruHpeetus u.alled free or at tlieoffiee of the Hur dett ! ii and Shnrthand t'ollej,-e. Klevatoi eutrauee, km Wa.hliiKluu Streel, Mostou, Matt. Centrai Vermont Railread i'oinuianeluK Oot, J. t..1. ralnt Qoityl Svuth and Kast will Leaie Mont pelier o itillows : il: M V M All.. for ntOjtbUgi ito.tou, Sprlufl. rtt-i.t. N.'W l.oiidou aud New York. IStSQ I". M. KAS I TUAIS. for Hotou Tia Lo eli aud Now York vla Suriuutleld. 1)80 ' ... MIM I'.for Nortlilliiiii aud Koxhur;, r.:.Y5 I. l HASHKNOKH, lur White Kl.ei .1 uui-tiou aud o. lud.or. IS 1 40 A. Yl KM'KESS. for llivitou .la Lowell Old all poutta Iu New Lulaud. Nw Yurk aud South. IVBflU OafH0 -VorfA and We$t : M A. M UtfMM, for Meutraal, Oxdeut. burg ami te Ve.t. Ut'dll A M ACCciMMODATION. to St. Alkant Itiiiliutou auii Kutlalid, Troy aud New York. lO.llllA. VI I'ASSKNIIKK. for UurltuKton. Hi Alhaiia. RWbtOrdj ltoue' l'ollit aud St. lohui.luak couuecttoui fot Troy, Alliany aud New York. ::l.1 P M. I'ASSKNtlLK, for HurllUKlon. St AdbenJ. Mnutreat. OKdeu.tuirK aud the Wet. 8:08 IV M KAST KXI'Kbss. fulluiau Sleap lutc i'ar to i'liii-atfo. I lir.mi(h tli'ket. t ChleaKO aud all poiutt Yet for Hle it tlie iirliH'lpal statlon.. Snltiirtmii Trnln Servioe. I.eave Montpelier at MlM, 7 iM, ttlt, ItlU, A.H.. IiWi, llM. J:0. :. ItlM H. M. Arrlve at Harre Iweutv llvo iiinuteH atter leavlnir time. I.eave Harre at Hl4t, fltt, H:AV fm A. M l'J:W,l:U, lltM l W, Tral,Ti:w, i. m Arrlve al MouHieller, i.weuty-llve uiluttte. after leavlu time. 1'raiu. leave for NVIIIIaiu.towu al IvilSA. M aud 4:U r M. llally. Suuday. liududed. t Suuday. ouly. All paa.uuKer traiua wlll (tou at the Vloneer Work. to take or loibve pa..euKem wheu .lKualled. K. V 1 UOMPSON, Ageut. f, W. HAI.DVYIN. (Ieneral Superlutaudaut. S. w. CUMMINOS, lioueral I'an.euKer Aifent. Tlio Lonfpflcralo TttMTJ, Dr. C. R. C. Tmld of narnwoll,8. C, a diatinijuishcil surgeon of the confetlc rato aimy and a brotharin law of Alira hani Lincoln, a wll as a OODDeOtlOO by mariia!o with Ihe Braoklnrldgt familv in Kentucky, during I.i- jroQDgtr days was thrown with Ahraham Lincoln, who marrietl his ciatcr. Tbttl bjf fain ily ties and hy aMOClatlOD, he is cloely connecteti with Urtckmritlge and Liu OOlD. who were both prMlOtlllfall can didates in 1860, Dr. Todd was in charue of the con fetterale honpital at (,'harle.itou innler General llardee, aud was with the party of the fuiritivelconfederate ca U Mt when it diibandcd. He duscribes the dlTMlOn of the last money of the confdlerate treasury a maiter of much dirjcussion in tbe newspapers a few years ago. " A good deal has been said about it," said be, '' but so far as I kuovv uo descripliou of it is on record. I was there iu the rooru when the nionty was paid out and saw the whule proceuliug. Indeed, I aru partly responsible for the division of it at the tiiue. I had bcen with the soldiers coming down and I heard the Kentucky aud Virginia troops sying they were goineto have Bome of the money or have blood. 1 told Hreck iuridne, who was the secretary of war, what 1 had heard, and said tbat there might be rioting and bloodshed. " ' There may be rioting,' said he, 1 but no bloodshed.' I then suggested to bim the propriety of a division of the money among the soldiers, aud he re plied: ' We will see about it.' lo the party there was the conlederale cabi uet aud the ofTioers ol the four bri gades of troops which were wiih us wheu we crossed tbe Savanuah river. We had tbe last money of the confedcrate treasury 70,000 in gold and silver, besides some gold bclonging to the Bauk of Richmond. The money waa in cbarge of Colonel M jrgan, a brother of the famous John Morgan. We crossed the Savaunah river on pon toous and went on the road to Wash ington, Ga. When we had gone two miles Iroin the river we stopped at a log cabin ou the south side ot the road, and there the $70,000 was paid out. M r. Davis had gone on about fuur miles abead of us witb his staff. " In the cabin were John C. Ilreckin ridgp, secretary of war; Judah li. Ben jamiu, who looked as scartd as the devil and appearud to he panic stricken; General Bragg, tbe commauder ut' the four biigade:-, aud Colonel Morgan, woo had charge ot the money. ' Tne division was made by a caucug of the mcn. Those present we.s Vaughn's, D-i Brell's, Basil Dukes' and Humphrey Marshall's brigades. Mar shall was then under arrest, and his brigade was in charge of Colonel W, C. P. Breckinridge. The census of the soldiers was the reverse of Porter's. Some of the brigades returned flclitioui uames in order to get more money, Tbe division was $26.20 for each man, otlicers and common soldiers faring alike. Some of them, by stutiing the census, got as .much as 836 a head. Divide 70,000 by Oi and you will see how many (J.titiii men) were returned by the census of the four brigades. In the paying out we rinally came to a keg of silver mgots piecus three by four inches equare. They opened a box of gold belonging to ihe Bank of Rich mond. U was about eighteeu inches long aud ten or twelve inches wide, and contaiued purses of gold. They made a rough estimate of tbe value of that gold and of the keg of silver and ex changed them. Iu that way I got some gold. Then they carried the Bank of Richmond money to the bauk at Wash ington, Ga., aud deposited it. They took noue of it, except a little box, for which they substituted the keg of silver ingots. Wlule the money was being divided out Colonel Morgan paid a man S,"i an hour to gunrd it. When we got througb Morgan look the remaining mouey aud drove it awav in the dark. Thence it lauded iu the bauk at Wash ington. Ga. 1 kuow ouly by hearsay, but aui saiistied tbat the information was correct, that the Bank of Richmond seut for this mouey and ou its way the men guardiug it were attacked by ma rauders. Tbe guard was temporarily diapersed aud the uiarauders got some ot tbe mouey before they were diiveu off." Atlunta L'lmatilutivn. Au Exdtlo. I'liase. Just as our advance columu struck ihe tiieiny a lone borseman was seen at a dislauce ou our right. I was or tlered to lake two tuen, go iu pursuit aud, it possible, capture him. As soon as we gave chase he rapidy rt-treated Although his horse was a good one, it soon became evident ihat tliose in pur suit were Itssmmg tbe iuterval be tweeu tbeiu. His nde I'or iite was on a road scarcely visible, having many sbarp angles ainuud the trees, through which it rau, making it extremely dan gerous while going at so great a speed. Atthough my skili iu horseback riding was perhaps sometbing above that of the average cavalrymau, j jt I must say tbat 1 felt about as uueasv as a bob lailed horse in tly time. 'When the space between us had gradually con iracted to about tweuty rods, the trooper, elbowiug me ou my right, dropped his reins. ttiok aim and fired, killing his horse, the rider performing several revolutious iu the air before stnkiug the ground. He was groauing fearfully as we came upon him. He refused to be disarmed, whereupon I placed my Colt's navy within six luches of his nose, with mytiugeron the tngger. He very reluctantly hauded over his arms. NVe had moved ou but a short dislauce farther when we saw two negro women emerging from the woods iulo ihe road, iu a slate of great excilemeui, who called to ut noi lo go auy rurtlier in that direction, as a lot of rebel soldiers were In hiding but a short distauee down tbe road. I believu that had we not met those womeu our boues would now be bleach ing there. The negroea very seldora, if ever, belrayed us. I think the ob ject ol uur ca)tive was to lead us iuto this ambuscade, but in tbis he failed. . li. Staufter, Third Mivhhjan Rtiji mtnt, in Toledn liladt. 1