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ErffSoif sr 1H Mr lie n-ref Ml tb
re 0 uniJ el Ujv L 'UUtL lltb
lit' II lli lflf flf4 lj till CV.V
'M. 11 tttkc MM btnOUl lrC3U Mei
: Krs.lrly tin populttrj u u
tntd, and I Iwllf w ibe tui tcr u'.u
i 4hl frefom tbe pijj'.c. lie no.
tw purro-al fflVeir, fijrtw.inp lino .UlsMi
4 israMVKiMs tool vl r.oioar
THi loJ lo hear one of bis pop i
a,, fl II U1sr I ItVaUSjfn t W. - I I
I r i Mi wri, Si tbr mit bsfore the raji
i-f to tun. Hit err-r bai not, bow aver,
Win tfys trfttifal dilfifultj-, toJ t itmti
L tfe fiib5l t ti wt Limiri'
ioljr bf tb 'Vita el tutUtih.' t
fioaal raarat trtnrtA (Jot. ul .Mr
O lnlhii lnnfe ibt Uorf mot hJ
evinptilUi 'WMfilif of Im rrl Mf O
wii mtnoftalmt anduct, ai il trqtiirrtl
all the otf.,ollr orOor lmtV b.m.'
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U r. idt iom lbs commrncenMol 0(f
lha eoMifi, liut r.ce would b at. unuio-
allr cl-tVone. A'l dcpnvJrtl upou the t.le
Utnetb. mountain cnunue oHho d.f
inn, ithuber l-h candidatti dtrrcttnd their
itrpt a ht dyl before the demon. They
wrt at a great bilxrur, trhrr nrartj tre
iy cttireo of tb county bad congltgatrJ.
1 ruppoK .Mr ISUde, yvu bare never been
prtirnt at a vretlrn ba'btcur. Weil. I
i dill nU nof aiieinpt ti diicribe one Huf
fwt it to njr, ibn it ii unlikn any gathtr
mtf u fter wlinetted in Yankee land
' J ' ' ' . oil V (v
KMiq- drinlinr, 'e perch if ring,' and dan .,
ciog aro tbe Older oj thfl diy The dmco
ii cwirieJ on out of dooii, under tbe ihado
of the thlck-growiog foreal ool in bealrd
tfote looau, but where tb dclttfbtful br co
in of llraten fan tin brow, and giro elai
Hhy ar.d rigor to tbe limbo of the voting
Li.d gar, at lh-y irlp it on the lijhl fantaa
Well, before Hated, tt tva at one of
these free and eaty, gubcrinns that the two
mall met On the nump Mr O couldn't
jo Id a candle' to lilack Hob. lie irai lit.
cially imniolated by the ready ml and biil
Hint repartee of hu 'aooty' competitor.
Bit hr polled an accompliihment io which
(iir. L waa almoita alranger. Ilcnuja
fine ni'iiicnn; and aficr tbe ipeaking n.n
concluded, Mi O uxk a viuliu in bn hind
end gently and aittctly drawing the bow
aeroM the atringa. in a monictit-tbo- woodi
were vocal with the merry laugh, nnd the
ground trembling btnrath the dancing feet
of the gay and happy throng.
It vrai plaia to be teen, before the firtt
dance wt over, that cat gut wal in the es
tendency, and that tbe friendi of Uov L.
were rapidly deierttng him, Scarcely half
hour had auptru, ere ihn liitlierlo un-
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in tnti.uicl.oly mood upon tho triumph of
his aiitaconitt Tbe Lidirs' eyes snirklrdt
btightly ar Mr 0 busily pliid the bow,
while the men expressed their admiration
in loud and repealed hurras. This was a
trying moment for old Bob but his (run
ful genim wai not long in in venting a plan
bv which to iztticaie himtelf from an un
plrasim dilemma, Cillmg Tom Ouster
Tom was a lender in that region, nnd de
tidedlv some was Torn Huster be told him
that Iro had a omfidcnlnl communication
lo mnkf, but whieb he did not wish to bo
mentioned lo any one. Of couito
nromiied la kr-rn dark, and ibe Governor
be n . 1 ; ceriicd
' , , ,. ,.. , , ) Morse'a Ttlegraph, (or any other except
'Do you obierve sa.d hr 'that G plays ,,.,) f , on, trlal',nl( fM,
Ibe fiddle wiih his lefi hand I I or)ft p,.riori can w,jlc it, becauic only one
'Yes I do, but then be is lift handid.' operator can work at a lime. On lliin's plan
'Not a bit of it,' rrplled the wily politician ' ,l,p mVter prespared beforehand ; and then
not a bit of it. I know him will, hv , ,nounJ uP0.n cylinder 1 when it is t. be
heard him play thousamhimei-and down , H? uuhJ n'! I' 'T ' r '
,, ' ' , 1 1 can be none with almost any decree of dl.
in ihe valleys andamong he neb nr.stocrats pitch( for srmjle . In 3Ua?mming lhe
of ihetowns, ho always plays with his right ( t'rcstilenl'a Message by Mor.a's sjslcm. it
bind ind mo splendid music ho mikes, can only be done ai fist as one min can
too; but he thinks left handed music good ; nrtie It. On Hun's system, tlte niesssgo
eno for you mountain boyj. If you can be cut In one or two hundred puts and
ipeiU lo htm about it, ofcouna he willdc- Pul Imelhe bands of aa many men. It on
ny i'. bul I itll you it 11 true.' m,de :e,7' wouml uPnn lll cylin
1 ' .,. . I der and wound oil agun, almost inalanlly.
'Wellcui him, well have no more of TliU u the theory otthe initrumont . whether
his lefi hsnded munc he shall give m j t mil bo fully lusUined by practical results
some of hu belt licks, or I'll be if hu shall remains to he seen,
stav in Ihrie digging,' roared the infuna ,
Walking directly in front of Mr G , he
reixid him by the arm, told htm, in loud
and commanding tones, to stop his lefi hand
ed work, and give them a touch ofthe right
sail. In vain Mr. G- declared that he
could not plsy with the right hand in vain
ha nrotested and imnlorcd. The indie
rantemwd, sympathising with Tom, and
wounded in their pride by the atiilocratic
fiddler, gathered around poor Q, and cried
aloud for right banded niuiic Tbe ttorm
wsxrd louder, the excitement swelled high
er, until anally the ducomfuicd fiddler con-'
eluding that prudence wit the better part of
. ... .
valor beat a hasty retrra'.leaviag old utaek
Dob io! possessor of the fiild Thus was !
Ihe battle fought, and lhe victory won. At'
the election a week later nearly every vote
la iha: county was east for Gov. L
How uncertain are all human cslcula
tiooil Tha very plant thsl promise the
brightest snecsi ejuen, as was the case with '
the left-handed fiddler, become the
of our destruction. (Yankee Blade.
A GeaiosiTT. We received yeiterdiy.
frexn Mr. J. L. Ktniner, ol itirrtsun couuiv,
la., sample of delicious euly spple. He"
fives It no niroe, aiys lhal It originated In I
Hsritsnn county, grew on trees from four lo
wnn uti nijn, inu mil mo n -
sscood ernri In the fill, of which he says he
will alio nd us a umpleu Tbe apple is of
rood site, an turm, ieerJlnp beauty, anu
tiiv deliciaua. Inn rolor of most
apples sent us, is u over a onzui cnerry
reJ, but ikim are green, with a broad r4
cbk. We irg ird It as emiaenilv worthy
of cullltallon, and reqoeal Mr. Kintnrr lo
farwird o a quantity of grnfi tint winir,
i ail we taiy propigate ttn ofthe tree Ut
ibe nariy market. Louillle Joamsl.
Ths SrtiwsiiP OiuroaxtA, the CiUol
he U S. Pacific us' I n. -ailed from New
York oa Friday, tirinl week, to tske herau.
non la the Padoc Orem, runainj from I'a-
aiaia to the llucawi min. arw loucums; ai
.11 ' k te.Ha no llu rOlkt Of CaMfomlS Sad
Oiegon Ilr first jxirt w il: f Itio Janeiro.
itwn rotind Cp Horn to a.par.uo. inr
i4ermdUte port on the coast to Pan-
.-. He sd tb tea Irem Bedlow Island
- the Ugbt bnlp, iwentj-foor milts, iu two
.-t jr at a srvenieefl mitlt
A CsNTAL lUlUIOAB AlwUi
rir imt tapptard upon tb taHrt-sd l.
twefti ibisfity errd UlTl Utl-Vfc,)rbh
i one cT 'bf, fKl4 jf Vrt of ir s-M-a
vt e find it relets in thf UuKit Comtrr
xl tell k hi oar nra way hr tk rh ilm ti
h Kfmi thai gnerrn took the 7 o'elof k
ramotit tf Ihi: Crty. Uf Orr'CtiW, o 1 bv
ilti.ti; mp bf hnl at rfW daring (he lr. il e
pop iar1 inrbrrMhrpatS'lif era always change
v. I ' .. ' . .1 '
v , fu im ft... 4'19 '
lrjer, who remained in lut. Soon,
the train far ibn west ciir.e io, ud n ri i
J.nc kii tuehtd H tht lr)n jotl from the
, rd wutidon onlbnl wy to Iloflj-J
l.i Aftti going ff mfli he conductor J
ilrrpj IrieoJ. dttiianifd bu hit, of bim. .
Ttiil amount naj pw, too paiK-nger top.)
poiln? of eourir that it would uk lura lo !
Auburu, anJ ibinLinr tbu bo ivai on hu
-i r .. ..' li L i
y m"r . 4. a r.can, coiu carrj mm ,
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lu;'" u r Ibat rojd called ot
bM.tlrtf. Our fil.hd pild lli lumdemno
ilit On rrtiti rnhrrjiulillnfr himiplf lhal
the ue b.ttrtei) Auburn and Svraeuie had j
brn romewbat redurwL In double quick
ti ne the tram urnf-d in Uurt'ilo, and l !
'none and eon'mion,' in the di pot xakrd
up tbi lfpy ba J, tod luppoi.ng tht hi
tiai nriived at die place Ul which he Mar-
trd the evening prrnoui. gotoutof'hpcnri
toicikabotel On rrachui? the plaiform
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' ll3,rJ about-erc ry thtng Ijok.d brail. ;
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look, and exclaimed to the conductor,
Wcll, my fin nd, I abould like to know
nheio I am V Of courie he wa irt jtght when tbo vote stood, Kittredge 10B, Nced
ai to bti prrient locality, when be left Ihe 1)am C0 IIcalon 42 T), liroj,aWiK ig
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to go to Syracuse, and now find myiflf at
fire o'clock in the morning back ai HuiTulul
If I ain't an ait then there never was one.'
IIiKmunrLV Donc-On Friday nlcht la.t
there mi a latce Whig meeting at Mlimu
b'Jig. tibio. .Mr rerun, an eluqueut gen
tleman from the .South, iddreed the crowd
bul, in the mldn of liliromaiki, be a ills
luriied by the mdarent and Ijrcuiioua lan
guico ufa few 1-ocofoco blickgnildi on
the ooiiVirtt of lhi audience. Mr. 1'., Hop
ping ihort in hti iperch, Invited the partic
ular attention of tho utVenilers to an linpor
tint document that he piupoied to road.
Perfect ailenre being at once restored, and
curluilty on tiptoe, the oritur prnrrtded to
reid, In a clear loud totio of voice, General
Uiit'a notorious Michigan Liw thit pen-
0.1 1 IIOTtll'lOa DIIODZRtV IX TlltIR COIOLXT
or LlccTlut'i Ii ii'ttcn siiucLn aa iold to
the inoiitiT bIodir on at wmrrto oh tiii
birc racti 1
Mr renin wia not
nt,t. ffjula. Jour,
again distutbed that
Tne TcLrcaim The Ilith (Me.) Trib.
line ii) "The telegraph poles hue been
set uu in this rlty. The linn will piobilily
be finished from Uatigor lo Portland in about
two weeks "
Mr. O'lteilly has made an arrangement
with Mr. HjIii of England to use hh tele-;
graph. He Is at nrsanl, engaged In gelling'
forward hii telegraph lino hetvtecn Now j
York and lloston, with a view ere long of
exienuing 11 10 iiiiuax.
I'ho New York Courier thus describe the
'difference between liain'a ami Morie'a ays-
" ' lanUlty of operitmn ii con
ClNTit. PCKMIIHt.ir IS MICHlUK. It;
seenu that lhe people of Michigan are Betting I
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ureu ni innr uw tot llie annlittun ol cupital coti, and JJorir.f tt ol htorkbr)3ge, wore ad
punUhmenl. and begin to agitate for the rci. 1 milted In Beats without producing orerienllali.
tikTSlinn I.f m tftll,.ta ft r.,1 (!, I.u1ir '11.' Ttm II. man t,vnMrl In llti. lai-lt..n nt
Detroit Daily Advertiser eiyi thu income-!
uence of the growing increiia of crime in ',
, the Stile since the abolition of capital pun-
lihmenl, and a particular manifestation of
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w u uo ui.nu 'uiuii iii i r jnc isnuniy,
y me presence ni uuee aiiierenl individu-1
als charged wiih murder, at ihe present
tirm fl L.iinrt. lhfv hsr nmn mnm . mAnn
tea a memorial to the Legislature, asking
fur a restoration of thai penilty which alone
prevents man from assailing the life of bis'
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TVashi!oton, Oct. Hih, r m.
The UpIoii of this morning, publihs a
letter from General Taylor, oaleil Haion
Rouge, to the Democrats, in whl.h be re
fuiei them lha me of his name as a candl-
due lor lhe Preildencv. Itecirdinv the uib
ofthe political opinion, he lays : '1 have
da:liued yielding to similar requeiti, belie-
1 "i"i"iuii, ii iniocni, Tero
neither Important or neceniry.'
i The Union comment to the length of a
column on the above. Corrtsoondenrn N
Krom tha New Orleans Bulletin, Oct. 3.
raOM luTim Ufllrumrni.Sivri A
, The llntuli rayil mail aiaamer Forth,
. ju. ciuiure, arrivca ai amp isisna liar -
bor on Tuesday evening last. The Forth
' arrived at Hivam on the Cuth. which port
the left on tlm earne day. The storm, w hicb
by ycstardiy's mill wo policed had bren fell
tetarely on the 1 loriJ coist, did some
1m.o on the northeast and of the islsnd.
From a pisuingrr, who Ivfl Jamaica on
ithe Wd, wa turn that Sinta Anna hii still
in Klngilon, bul that ba bad put foith a
.statement that he intended to leave fur Car
.Ihigena. Hy those best informed, the ie-
port Wia Cl'PUdeiad ineirlt a lute, lo muV
his intenitonof returning to sieii o.
' Slate STrswta. On tb roast of Africa
, H,ltua rain-of war chased sine itcaroer
, wtneb, after Isading tier siity miles from tU
f-r.Ll. attftflafti I.IHrnMl laarlnw iK.
0f w w beat back, and iu the meantime tlx.
(tenner took on board her cargo offiftetn
hundred slaves and was off.
raSf-TIre New York Sih has era not
', f Taylor sad fiUm-wo
Wednesday Etenlng, Oct. 18.
n(iHl Whig MMbialkm
roe rxcifptxr of tbc c. TATr,
7APITAPV TA VTHl? ;
ra nc raenntsr,
roa rariintmiiU tt.rcruai.
timothy roi.i.r.rr, ( Al ur
gi;o. r iiom;i:s, t.t nmrirt.
ANDHKW TltACY. 2d DUlncl
AMIKKT I. OATI.IN.3d Diitrirt.
IU.UKU CLKAVrXANI). 4ih Dl.trlct
Tbii bwly commenced its Billing on
Thurr-day )al, but nothing of importance
bad been done up to fatiirday creoing-
the time being mostljr occupied in organi
xing, Uji to i ho Lour oi adjournment (ho
I louc had balloted 30 tinici witliotit cf
fwting an election or speaker the Wbiganj ono Cms man, ItopreicoUtivea to tbo
lacking two or thf of a majority. The ' Legislature.
Ut ballot atoo l, Kittrcdgc 104, Necilham
Cfi Ileiton Acittetinp 1 Ono Whii
ntmXttrt Mr Ido of Wntcrford, was called
, -.1 t I
"Cine onaainruay, oincrwiac 'ir. ivmrcugc
would have been elected on tho 27th ballot,
iimt he win be elected
This trial for Speaker probably shows
tbe Btrength of tbo parlies, and gives our,
opponents a majority in tho House ; but on j
joint ballot wc havo tho ascendancy, which
"ill insure tho election of Whig State Offi
ccrs and a Whig Unite! States Senator,
What there is of importance in tho pro
ceedings wc give below :
Pursuant to the Co.'iititulinn, themembers
elect of both houici met at the Slit Homo
in Monlpelier, Thursday, Oct. IL', 1818, 10
The Scnato was called to onler by tho
Secretary, and the roll being called, all the
member elect were found present except
Mr Stanley of Rutland County, who fa alck ;
On motion of Mr Mead, tho Senate procee
ded lo the election ufa I'restdwnt pro lein. i
Hun. John Kimball waa nominated by Mr
Stewart, and Hon. Jefferson P. Kidder, by I
Mr Mattocks ; and the ballots boifig'tdkcii, 1
Mr Kimball was declared elected, and took
IU HID UdltUll UUIIIK IdHKIIi
the chur. . of abolition documents T M. van Jiurcn. ' similar lo their own. This last proposition,
On motion of Mr Mead, the House wns sp. v'ho was opposed to giving free colored I however, causes tho hitch in 'the arrangc
nriicd of tho organization of the Senate, by 1 . . ' ' .. . .
tbe election o( Mr Kimball. .
Tho Senile then proceeded lo tho choice
of a Secrriarv ; when I). V C ' Clark and
celred 19 voles out of 'J8, ond waa declared
And Thomas E. Powcis, and S. Minot
Flint, of Uraintrec, being nomtn.ilcd for a
aitUnt Secretary, Mr Poweis was elected by
llie aamo number of votes.
Tho Chair then announced tho appoint
ment of a canvsiaing committee 011 thu pari
ol Hie senate as luliows
Messts. Dean of
Adj. lo half past 3 o'clock this afternoon.
TiicaiDiv, a. i. Oct. 12.
Tho House was railed to order by J. Mc-'
aluller, t sq , Secretary of btale, when
wis called and the members nero
Messrs. Sabin of Genrgln, Titus of Wol
.Si.e.vlor. when the following nominations
were nude : by Mr. Converse, Hon. Wm. C
Kitiredge of Fmhaven by Mr Sweeter,
Homer SV. Heatnn, En. of Mnntpelier and
"7 i1!. iibsmiis. jauiaiiu iiceunani, csij. oi
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Tbe ballots were derlucd as follows :
Wm, C. Klllredje,
Homer W. Beaton,
m Needhim, 1
Adjourned until to-morrow morning at 0
o'clock 108 to ua
Friday, A. m. Oct 13.
I On motion nfur Chindlfii. Senar. mn
, ceeded to the elertton of a Chaplain. Rev.
Gen. I), xanier was nominated by sir Bee
man, and Rev. E. J. Scoll, by sir Kidder of
Orantrft when, fthr bailors belnrtalcn. nr
Mr. Mitisor wus elected, by 10 voles.
0 o clock, p. m.
Senate proceeded to the
I On motion the
choice ofthe Stsndlns committees for the
Jseninn , when tha following elections were
i dulr miita h liatlnt rir
On Finance Messrs. June; Kayes. and
On Jurliciiry sreid, Chindler, and Kid
derotOrang. " '
On Cliimi Hamiltnn
On Educition Fox, Redfirld, French.
On Agriculture Colburn, itancrofi, Wal
ker. On Manufactures Dean, Dsvli, Carpen
ter. On Elections Hamilton of Franklin,
On Mllilirr ArTiln rtraman. KliAr nt
Orange, Kidder of Franklin.
i On Roide Klmbill, Davii. Foi.
' D Bank Stewart, mttoeki, French,
0(1 L,n:1 Taxea Hubbard, Hall, Draper.
4rTbk is a rumor in town that Ir
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Ktttredge was elected, cm Monday, by three
majority aotae of the opposition not voting
IDTho ears commenced ruonlng on ihe
Pasompsic Riilrmd io Brsdfoid, Vl , Ut
Pxr ttArii. -The ret-nrs from iMi
SlUcirvdt tbat Johwn, whig. U tJtcte
by a small majority, bat the Tge U a clew
t. Tht L-gUtsturti U whig and trill tau
jgire nsawblgU & Senator Thereprwn-
Utiwj to. Congress stands 17 whig, 7 loco
fuo Wog a rain of ona whig,
Oruo.-Tbe ix.ult in this S
,jriIn lxilh turtles rlsfmin
Stato ii my
uoccruin; both partiei claiming tbe ricto-
ry, and we that aoma oftbo whig paperi
, gire it to the locofocoa, TbcLcguUture i
1 whig by a rtnall tsajority. Tbil will alio
giro ua United Siatei Senator. The
I whigi bare lutt ono Congrciiman.
t SoctU CabolUjia Tbc following meui
' bers of Congrei baro been elected, vii :
i laaao E. Holme, in tbe Gth (Charlciton)
. Dittrict t Joonb A. Woodward, in tbo Od
:(UnclsIcr) li,trict ; Armhtead Durt.in
, ,he AUieTBIe) Diitfict; Wallace, in
,ho t I)islricit rented formerly by
1 At Blttcv Tdcccaied. It b
probable that Orr and McQueen, in other
Iiwtrlctf, have both been elected,
rjcortrclown liai elected two Taylor men
There in ttf be a grand jubilee an3 torch
lint, t,rMmn In Oharleaton. in honor of
the great victory achieved thereby tbo
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incuua ot un. inyior,
Mabtlanu Tho ncwSonato stands 14
whigs to 7 locos. Last year 13 to 8.
Gcoitoii. Representatives elected, i
whigs and 4 Democrat?, as before Cass
muioritv on tho popular vote, claimed as
1200 to 1500
p. ... r, ;. rcnorlcJ ,unt a Whic
r.nvprnnr n(11i TjPP;,intur0 are c!PCtcd
VAN UUHEN CATECHISM.
Who pledged himself in advanco to veto i
n bill abolisbinc slavery in tho District of '
Columbia f Jlartin Van Burcn.
AVho ever paid ho would veto such a bill,
in his iuaugural message? Martin Van
Who opposed tho abolition of slavery in
Cuba ? Martin Van Huron.
Who directed Gen. Tnylor to deliver tho
negroes found uitb tho Indians in Florida,
to their ulavo hunting claimants 7 Martin
Who gavo his casting voto in favor of
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wio out auuioruing 1110 mans 10 io rouocu
pcoplo n nghl to voto without a property
qualification ? Martin Van Burcn.
Wm wro(c ft ,cUcr ,0 U Barnburncr
democrats, in Juno 18-18, stating
would not voto for John P Halo? Martin
Who has been tbo princo of doughfaces
for twenty years? Martin Vnn Burcn.
Who wrolo to hi- frionds in '44, saying
he was well acquainted with Polk and Dal
las, nnd was extremely anxious thoy should
bo elected 7 Martin Van Burcn.
Who followed in tho footsteps of his illus
trious predecessor? Martin Van Burcn,
Who used his utmost power to destroy
the administration of J. Q. Adams? Mar
tin Van Burcn,
Who could boast of twelve electoral votes
from the free states, in 1S40? Martin Van
Why did he get go many votes 1 Because
he was in favor of Free Soil.
Who first roccived tho titlo of "Northern
man 'with Southern principles ?" Martin
Who was in indecent hasto to send the
Amistad negroes back to slavery ? Martin
Who pretends to have mado a gallows ro
pentenco? Martin Van Burcn.
Who believes bo is sincere? Nobody.
Mail Roddery. -Ono
of tbo largo
Southern Mail? from Albany to Burlington
was taken from tho hind boot of tho stngo
between Granvillo and Poultncy, on Mon
day night of last week.
There being thrco or four mails on this
trip, the purloined ono was not missed at I
Castlc'.on, though It was perceived by tho
cutting of some of tho straps, that an at-
tempt had been mado, and which it was
supposed proved unsuccessful till the mail 1
was found two days aficr nQcd of all its
valuable contents. Nothing was left but
i newspapers nnd packages of printed matter
-and what amount of booty fell into tbe
' , .f m. . .
unknown. No clue has, lo our knowledge
been obtained by which tho perpetrator of
this act can ever bo known.
jfB"" A Free Soil paper published in
New York, entitled the Daily Statesman"
with the names of Van Buren and Adams
i iii. iit.u U1 ,. iuiiii.., riiunicrnicssome
..r.i l.t.. ,i, n..n-.i i..e
I u. iuv niiKi ui iuc uuuuiu fiiaiiorm
"I. r ree traie Wtm tno world.
2. Direct Taxation for the support of
3. A permanent adherence to the prn-
ciplet ofthe Independent Treasury Bill
i .1 . . . '
tiavo noining io ao wim paper monev
ne.ther create it nor author Wi i-.
by otheri, nor use it when created bv ind t.
J, ,.'o .. -rentca ny inai-
viuua.s or oiairs.
Borne of our old friends, who have left ,
the Whig ranks to follow the fortunes of
Maititi Van Buren, mutt feel quite awk '
ward"nd oniteady while standing on such I
' a platform ae hbov.-.Bojton Journal
Tnt MAatatotH lUuea. Sinct tb di
cererj of ho aaashmntb tooth In lb
tatt section of RuIUb1 and Burlington
Railroad, in Tit. llolly, whlori W noticed
soma iwo wki alrtcc, thew l bcn dug
np, only a few feet Iroln tbo aame placo,
another wonder, tU; what appear to nave
tu.V or born, five or six fee. h length
aad from three to five Inches In dUmetor
Tho outer layer or ooTtrlng liaa now tho
firmness and texture of horn, while the In. I
aide is so caroua aa to be friable. It is cir
cular In ahape, and apparently but a seg
rocnt or jwrtlon of oruo subMancoof much
greater length. It was found under the
roots of an evergreen whoso trunk was thrco !
feet In diameter. j
It is worthy of notice, that tbi tusk and
the tooth are the first citnena of the kind
ever discovered on this continent cast of
the Hudson Ilivcr that tho vertical lami.J
mo of tho tooth demonstrate It to have bo
longed to an animal of the elephantine gc
that the tooth and tusk correspond in
sixe and appearance with thoso of
most petfect skelotou of a mastodon discov- ru(e fj Gnerl Ttyof. 80( ,00( w, ,11Te
cred a few years since in Ncwburg. N. Y. ! not inrludad Oeorgia or Florida, ahhou,h
and now owned by Dr. Warner of Boston, we consider thoio Stalea perfectly aale.
.. , Ttieie la alio good reason to believe that
Ma" ... . , , . Indians will vole for General Taylor, leaa
Tho tooth, has been, and tbo tusk will probable, bul atlll epjllo hopeful, are our proa
soon be. submitted to tho inspection or, peels In Iowa, Illinois, Wlaconeln, nd even
, ' . ,1 . I in Mu.lalppl. 1 we add the vote of Ohio,
Prof. Agassis and other sacrrns. I p,,,,,, Gemgia, and Indiana, we havo 1WB
Hopes aro entertained that still farther , rlertoral voles, or a majority of 100 in tho
relics of this ancient traveller may soon bo
ECJ-Jumcs O. Birney, who was run by
the Liberty party in 134-1, for
repudiates the action of the ButTilo
vrntion. He will lupporl neiiher Von Bu-
ren nor Adams. Hu Ins been nominated j
on elector in the State ofMichigan. on a1
ticket which is pledged for Oerritt SmiUi
J- Tbe Attorney General of New
York has commenced a suit in behalf ofthe
Slate, with n view of lesiing the Irgalily of
the Van Rensselaer claim lo tho County
of Albany. Tbo Attorney General is of
the opinion that tho claim of tho family
cannot be maininint-d.
PosTAae The Diltlih government lisvo
offered ouis. through Mr. Bancroft, an entire
reciprocity in postages. They ask that tho
ocean noitaco shall not onlv be equally re-
duced, but also our land postage to a rate
KPIl is slated thai 1500 journeymen clock
and watchmakers havo just emigratejLlsvtbe
I Unlied States from Neufchatel, Sw
A still greater number are maki
tlons to follow. 'i'fV''
They can't compete with Connecticut, where
clocks grow spontaneously.
Great Fire ix Nashua, N. II. Afire
was discoveied in the basonment story of
j Central Building, Nashua, about 5 o'clock
Friday mornine, and in a few moments the
I whole building was in flames. The basement
( waa occupied for a alore-bouse, the fuel
' floor bv the largo cloihinc atoro of N. 'Futile
)- Co., a large reslorator and a shoo store, I
the contents of which wero all consumed.
'IM, ar-irut flnnr iv lliA Nashua TalflOTanh .
olTire, and a tailor's shop ; and the remainder
ofthe bultdinc by five or six fimilice. Also!
- - -- ---o--r--
iho Baptist meetinghouse, corner of Frank-
, lln and Main streets tho basement wss oc-
copied by H. : t-'" d'y .',,r!,,Cing down of tho sun. At that hour all
arid by Aaron Harwood aa a hardware atore. f . B , , , ,, , ., .
Also three dwelling houses and a dye-house labor waa UBpendcd, and tho family Utblo
on Franklin street. It then crossed Main was opened for tho mstruciion of the as
slreet lo tho building owned by the Wilton i scmblcd household. At the age of eighteen,
Railroad Co., and occupied in pari by T. being then a professor of religion, Miss
Gay tt 8ons, who had a very large stock of, Brewster was married to Mr. Smith andre
W. India dry goods, hardware, etc. The , raovc(i to Btand, where she has resided
upper stores wore occupied by S. Abbott for f tfc , t fif g, cal.
a furniture ware house a so store owned by . , . , , , j,.,il,
Z. Shatturk, Esq., and occupiod bv I. Bng-, ed, HP"t with tho husband of her yWh,
ley aa a provision atore. A building, ocru. ( being lei t in about thrco years, a widow
pied aa a tin-shop, confectionary atore, and with ono child. She was afterwards mar
by two families, waa also burnt thence to ricd to Mr Fay Many trials have mark
tho Nashua and Lowell Railroad building, 1 ed her pilgrimage : thrco of her children
deslroying that portion occupied bv Shatturk jjcj j infancy : thrco in adult ogc. Thcrrr
as a Hour and grain store. !, the Cre waa I ffl. , wUfi ,l0 J03, 0f two husbands
5h::,Vdvps ; -- f- s-i t
covered by. insurance. to tho will of Ood. This quietness or re-
Two or three individuals were Injured- i signation was prominent in nor character:
nno man having his skull fractuted by a large 1 nnd alio enjoined upon her family nnd oth
bolt, which fell from the roof of the churcli. I crs the somo submission to lhe ullotmctils
I of a holy Providence Mrs F. was cmi-
TERRII1LE EXPLOSION. nontly 0f a peaceful spirit. She could ro-
At four o'clock this aliernoon a keg of pow member but ono instanco of parental diso
der eiploded.in tho store orMrErasiu Hub; bcil;oncc and tbo rocollcction of that was
bird, in this village, burning aeverat ,rson . f , j , the last yn of l,cr Jifo.
In moil allocking minner, nnd Injuring the Pa" 1 , , r it.. .t, n,n
buildinrr .li.hil." Me IIubba,dJ him..ir. Such was her lovo of peace, that si o pro.
George Blake, Azro Hsnr rofi, and an Irish
min in Mr Hubbard'e employ are dangeroui
ly injured, and seven other persons severely.
iwalion a UJllr Journal.
The Burlington Ssntioel of laat week
" Culver, the whig Barnburner,
a speech in the Town Hall yesterday. He
spoke principally against Gen. Taylor, quo
ting moil of the atonea and argumenla which
have been circulalinc throujh lhe wMUtirmt:rnmoVlnw"Kr
tnr fk laat a, r mnnllia A Jt n m tan t I..., m...w
" " . - - - - -- '- " v . . . .. , u . uiuii,
He found fault with Gen. Tavhii mnlrn-i
He found fault with Gen, Taylor partlcu
larly on account of his wsnl of wbiggery
, (we auppose that
win vety naturally account
ort of Van Buren.) Very
i fnr rfitivriar'a tiinrwi
mile was sstd ol Ueoeral (Jin, or against
1 it., a .1. ti.. ? i
ui'iit. uui7n.m. (.iiji ft uc usual iirauu anu )
, humbug .bout the horrid scuth wa. pul forth
with much virluou. Indignation. Ttiere was
I In Ihe south no swine nn hnnn,-,,,. .....
i pe'Hy. nd for It no redemption all bright
jind ml'dew and ainiaulb of Mijsun sf l)u
1 on I-,r,, &c Ao
, TnU "tne lumP orl?r, the last tin he
. In ll,lln.inn .k,,u V(. 1-.- 1.
, " 7, .. " "'"
mott -nmercifully. Matty wa then. In the
1 V V ' .7' e,n"d U 'e66?'
lion min Incepabloofa retunecllon from
,in,p,rt,euUlT from ,nt ,, -e uek I
,,nK 10 'be south, Mr. Culver now come
nt,e ,n P'1 of mm but t wn
,etn,lk0,T W,M f maniioning hi nam,"
, I r
,n c,ud tboybave enacted a law against
the nf of Camphpnn Lamps,
ELECTION OF TAYLOR ASSURED
Ttm rsuli f th, rltcikir. In l'enr.i,hU
Uilrritiv oft) p,esMnisl ct,mi. ,
mtm tlis (Cal b.ltl,e,.und of the campicn.
IVIa ol lo tt.t Whig, would pot mfk.
the Cuntni tir " j ...7
, los. of it tn the Ucu Focoa de.tmva ti,,,.
last rrmnanlofhuw!. cunir.u. viclu.
. "um. iiirattisiairt anuugh, which
; UTW for &7
to give him, at the ery wont, ont hhdr..!
anei miy elertoral voles, or tan miU.iii, i
the electoral college. These Statt i,,1.
In this we have nnt included a alnele State,
by any mean doubtful, not even Ohio, though
Illli R1PII 11 VIC IW1U 11VCI T UlHI"
i reasonably be regarded aa In the least doubt
ful, Pennsylvania la no longer clebateable
cruund, and it doridea the Presidential elcc-
. . r t I, .1 .1.
tlon in our uvur. en, iiisn, nmj iimi
BerwhniB be electrified, bv the l-Io.
Con.tioia and most unexiiecletl victorv. a
victory so astounding, complete, and over
whelming which loaves our friends nothing
to fear, and our enemies nothing to hope.
General Taylor cannot fall to aweep the
Slate, by even a much larger majority thin
that obtainod for Governor. Doitun Attn.
In Ludlow on tho 1 Oth inst, by Hcv. IT.
II Sanderson, Mr Ja's K. McLean, (print
er) to Miss Eliza M. Daggett, both of L.
In this village, Sept 22d, Mrs, Lydia
Fay, widow of Major William Fa)-, tlio
former editor of this paper, at tho ago of
Biographical sketches, by their common
ness nnd length, havo btcomo a weariness
to tho printer. Tho pon in tho hand of a
relative or intimate frtund, giving utterance
to tho fullness and freshness of bereave
ment, is liable to exaggerate tho excellen
cies, and to leave" in the simile tho infirmi
ties of the departed. But objectionable as
many obituaries really nro. we would not
let tho excellent oi earth pass away to
their rest, without some brier monumental
I record of their virtues which may profit
tho living, and on which nlTection may lin
ger and revivo the memory of its loss.
Tho subject of tho fullowing notice was a
mother in Israel, and the prominent iraits
in her character will bo hold in grateful re
membrance. In her early years .Mrs. Fay
removed with her parents from Connecti
cut, and nettled in Middletown, Vt Ikr
opportunities for mental improvement in
childhood were limited, but she bad the in
struction and tho example of godly parents.
Deacon Browster, her father, was strictly
religious and exemplary. The place wl.cro
ho resided was destitute of tbo stated nun-
. . , , , , , ,i
istry unu tor many yenrs no poriorrncu au
tho duties of n pastor excent thoso of tlio
pulpit. His Sabbath day liko that of tho
.,riinn.. on Rnttir.lav with tho
- fcrrod to suffer wrongfully rather than trt-
- 1 dulge a contcnli ms spirit; and sbo could
say that sho knaw not a uuman ucwg wnoni
sbo could not forgive, and for whom sho
could not pray. In kindness to the poor
, and tho sick sho wai eminent. For years
j and until her health declined, she was a
, constant watcher and ntirso at the bedside
of the sick and dying. In tbrso works of
benevolence cheerfully bestowed and with-
I 1 -1 1 -I. - -II 1 1 1
Her lifo was that of tho consistent
- ' christian, and she had prepared the way for
her sun to go down iu peac. In her last
, sic-ness sho was patient and resigned, ami
I relying on the Author and, Finisher of her
l tilth, with coinposure could sayi ica
.1 LT.IL il .... I .1 ...II-.. -f ' l.
1 " ,B ' , T I ? ... 7
7Blow of ?ehih 1 w5U fear no evil ; for
tbon art with
toe: 1 II T roll anu my einu
thfiv comfort rr. Mav the living cbcriib
her memory, and imitate her virtues.
In this town on tlio 12th ini Hiram C.
riuncklev, son of Thaddeui and Elisabeth
Doncklee, aged 23.
In Daoby at tbo residence of her father,
Alva Bcndcn, Betsey, wiro of Pliny Burn
ham, of Mildletown, aged 28.
OR sal by the dosen or single bottl.
alio a aew supyly ol llisi unriraliw
, at the