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STKAVUOAT GRIFFITH IU7H5C
F.DON I.AKK KHIK! t
r0 HttlKtt Uitf ror
ItdCtVa. Jttnc 1712 Jk. M.
pi.-j,.-!-- ''r" k ; inmij iff fHMr mi if iixmi i itk
W droirvttfch). by Cre. nf ibe KIkuu it..r4if u .Uwttxn. Uil.f
UHlmmin f'i U..t ci.-i-ftitt" t.t.t. uf..J
Uni l at mill, l apt. mom. Sltr-Jelli 7 u,t f,,r(,(,, ,,,,, ,MII
mrt )tturlj tr.ornmt, fr SiidoV 1 .. .ot ct...t vtr .,,r . ut
r T,,tAj, will, otrr TWO IH'.N- ii.m..u.
llHMM.ll..tr.R!. wiirft tiiin i
... . . .... -... III.. I .1
UkA Ric, and llic 0ri'i fprd iith irf t miiiwi.i m(h 'm.ui.i
nth rapidity mvd fiorv to dfi eery , ' '.l'?u.";7,f hA w J"l"lif i .utn.i
ifort to etinj;uili tbtm. 1 tie mwt'u, p,k, ,m m, ,p.,ri tJ
tirenwMi ctfi crc made In top tl ih il.vetii t.inf ul lat Mtr
tMr projrcM. Ut they am only (b-. .X:tM.:;'JlTTJ.,.t;M, Wii. f.
nw J when IU unfonunate reti i . lit.- f iw .-iii .i.j . ( ,? r.i nidrr ih
lrtMtd lothe aler' ede. l..n.t ur rl lr.J Id U.t
rt f. . .. r .... I :. .I l ' 4 H l1rlr '.llc i J on
ihc 10 m in tretwi, turetr irnnnii in-
k. iU UU, and .w.ma.hore. He
l-roctedrJ immediately to CleelanJ.-
lie that wily tUiity of the rautti-
f))P..ttl S UHKV Ln tS yy Ulh
Am-.jnc the ll .eic C'api. Hmn (
lilzrnnt. Full tviiiicuLirs ore nut
!; iiv l nki ir "tit itivrti
Ft'KTIICU I'ABriCt !.!. of llw ljtC
butter ha been rerri ed. l'lw eaue
f the flrw it U not ytl learned. And
irW lavrt), unfurtunatoly, can explain
xnilinf. Tliey were abrp nl in bed.
Alt they I bey know 1, About three o'
lock or ulxjut diiibri.Hk the alarm
of fun ra ?irn. The hore iu
l(.lit. llo-c Mtil it could be learhed,
ufi.t all wire Mill. Hut when the bar
n rtruck, lioi m cmverled into
!calr. and wildly, drnlb by fu nm
hunocl to meet denlli amid the wntcn,
l'h-5 I-Aitensi!-- ti'iinred intu ilm likt.
KtiJ but few werv n-.el.
i here wa about 2M .n board. The
rtutaUr-Hivedi only fortr! Sir. l'Aaks,
1'oU IrJuatcr of llochrler, Fn. wy nf-1
ttr Uajliglil. acarcli w niaiie for the
bodie. Two nnd three were lakcn up
l a lime, und they were laid upon the
It w a4 a ad tijilit to hchohl. Tlnir '
rwiulurq, the Uioanitiaof the, .)rf ; llieir'
lealb.pUce. th wild Ukc iliort-. Slrnnc '
r ami reutivelay Iberc, joung and old,
a quietly and till a if in their templt-i
imuaiit naif bcn litirneil tne what
wight be inceiue iu Heaven !
The Meaner w.n lout three fourth
of it mile from the ulion- when -.he '
gn-umK-d, and uUuit l' mile fnitn
t 'lt-teUnd. hi uioosed the fire orie-
mated front the funtacci.
ltot o AuruiT at KobHCKf. On
KatunUy inonilng, about 1 o'ehnk. the
watchman engaged by the Uailroad Cor
poration al the dejiot in l)otceler, lud
td intention arret led to the Mattapan
llnnk building by hearing a -.light noif e,
nppni-ently made by the careful applica
tion of l-tirgler' toolf. Proceeding can
tioutly lo the bui!ding,lie dieovered two
nif-n, one of whom wn prying open the
chut ten, while llio citlnrr "wa nt work
en the door. The wnichmrtn made an
tMen.pt t j icirc tbo fellow al the win-
ly Land o,w the robber, whet, he wa,
lohi,hed by the flash and rtiwit of n
pittol, Ihc'ball from wWcb' pasted
thiourh hU can. .Ibhilr craiin. th.
-pohisscay Upon dUeliargW the
Pistol. the fellow attcmntrd to m'.h from
ihe fhed, nnd wa seized bv the watch
... . . . . . .
man, tut after a thort and violent nf
e, e; nway, and took to hi heels.
The watchman being armed with n
in-!e lurrcltrd pltol, drew it and fol
owdiu c!oe pursuit, and flrcl, wound
ing ihe rubUr, so that he fell to the
ptrtiud. Upo fallitii?. the wounded
an cried out--- I Iwmpson. for Cod s
sake come mi help mt!" His
ntradc who hail been awaiting the re-
u!t of ihe scuffle at a short diitance,
amo lo hi isuUtunce, and placed l.im
upon his ley, they ttartcd in the direc
tion of the turnpike. The watchman
who wn then uruitncd, followtd, but
w s lo'.d by the robber it would bo
usngcrous Tor bim to come loo clote, a
lUy er anned. and aho bad friend.
near at hand. After oroeiediii? n fcw
urn arTC at at a rapid Uot. lib
rx.ana.nofcjtr Ju,;.io0s.y ,he
eondw cf Ihe watcbsuAn kl-J
W.X i , :
v.. . v .a tj
C1A bold and deliberate atltmtit
"-V r "? ?"08;-
... ... . ,. ., ' . - I
! Irfliaa was diKlwifedin
.;ow wm, uu-lo.1 l.Bra,p, ltd round talk doei little harm.-iiimarc J,fr- enV . ...uycar immediately worked upon the eo.nplc
ffce building, and into a shed near bv, ,vn i r . . . iion r ii.p n.iirn wt iv,,.,, i?..it.... i .
ISaZLI'Z: 1 ! W,fl,laS LN,0r ii WW li....!ly voted to n-cl to ll0; These ouarri.snr,,!,,,!,,..,. ... !.....
. t v-w t .ill- MVS t Ai( UM IUVM IV Willi
U wade, intake the life of a Mr. the IWi itself, It Lu rather foitifie,! 'The .vkholder
JIou-T an urmeer fpsj vf liih. ad itrrngtbeiicd il hi the hearts of the; with renewed t
r . V i Ju5r,c, ' 'Uafi,?' ABKneaa rople. Bul it h.t ot U-tn'of tl.e nd.
UttTUftday. Ihe fact art. ti.iBtlv!wUlly iusocuou. h l.. fulltl ...I tl,.. l.l. .
Mtjuea nf tour tUdriar&uor, by Mr. senhtit cover for detii, nl
Hcr,oti Tuesday mumin;,j.bJ alLich tUrdite not biwibm
il.tv.,1 u, M .......J f I.... .. . .
uirvcjca w ttc - ip a Vmcs la
nr. la iat cvun of lLa day, he r
tvrtitd, sUuly 10 create a dittutbatw
kifiw-j iLt lUvr and Mr. H-, faithful
lo Lis tttipltfjer ordcitd w'si ty lwit
the ptriai-t, which L did teludautlr.
wht Mr, II. returned lo Lis UttmcsV,
and LUc la a lrbtpiiore,tt:ctd
1ft tuaVibj; dut wuvlU l.-ubam p.j
jruacUd, i4 a jd wtih Inch by,
? Lv d
He rwwlM-4 ifiiM a loit
(Wr. Tb lnbnii isntatsSatti;
W, Ut wj.ired d osrrukrn h.
'!W "i1!" '""v' d"a' U no"
THE H EH ALT),
Thursday. Ji'xi: v;. ie.v.
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v 1 i - Mii ii itaiiar rrfTiiij trm
A-ri'" -'T'"'" '
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m.HHTIO.nsw ilf u i.ir. u ni.iJ
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Ti!timoki;s w r j .,
WIIIC STATK CONVKNTION.
TV Whip, of '-riiH)iit are miuvMvd
in rarei in nu- voMunuon at .'loin no-
lier. on Wcdne-dav the 17th of July neit. ,wn' 0,".v wwu u,s l'u" : 'w",v " x "r"
at 10 oVkxk A. M.. for the jmrpe of mnamaiiuu be allayed, but sure though " u we requeued to stnte that Mr.
utmiiiutinp n ytntr lirkc. and making kindly optnulng alterative adniiiiitL-ra Hci.utt, the successful ehampi.
othei ; suitable piejiaratioiw for the coming cd In cflcetunlly eradieate the evil of' on of Temperance, will Lecture nt Mich
'TlT;: .1... mM ..r.i.:.w,S,ttVt,y it'elf fiom the mtum. Vcr-! I''e !" ht- provided him in Hut-
(ton. Wing the tin under our new Con-
itituti'm. a full tepietentalion fnun every
tectionnf the State. i cuiiieMly invited.
It i Imped that all tin im-niber of the
County Comniitteei. will Iw preH'iit. a it
' anurd them an coiioitunitv of con
, ft-rriug topither to adopt mital le irc-a-r
'urr ealeulalwl to,ntinue the liEiinony
id neeew if ihe.mrty.
A. V. , MAN,
JUSTIN . .M0KHII.I., Whig
UA.MW. H. ONION, State
POHTUS HAXTKH. Com.
OltltlN SMITH, J
May Sil, 1 s-fiO.
XatlriUt Vi'iicndiou ut the Kot'Tll
an" -'""ftoi Ixntnnrnti ul the
Noulnl llow link- da they iff'ict the
"uwuni cjuris oi line great Kr.ri'iu.ic !
r.iltlict- and ripplei in the tide how
'n'" "lf) are nb'-nrbcd
HbMtrbcd in the m.ghiy
., kno.ng "no retiring
n i ueon, .nlargmgaiit
ebb," ,till kcei
goe " tiong without rase, withoit ov
ertlowing full," ami bcitring upon its
Jboiora n de-liny in comoarison with
which the fiinuncn of C'n-?nr are no
more than the theme of a nurery lain !
With whatever freedom er flippancy
men in any part of the Union, politic-
m. Yn.nusmysauat.cs.orotl.crs may
inilol'-n in tnib ennr.riiini. ,1m n..ti.. ..r
,, . 7, '
ill i, v U f,lr,l'.'-V VlU
Vi. 1 B... iiii-y
IL-illll.l ln I'Mhi- n if tl..... .I.....1.I
body their id-.u und purpose of disso-
.-j'. ,cj r.iii.iiiui em
.ut.ou in an overt act, to find themclve
cnlronted by one of the Meno-st nnd
.eiiiiue-. uiai ever irowneit
ukih ire.i-.uu. in i in; uienn lime the
flni, uhIch wiH ncVerbo u i U-r,tool tin'
.,t ,i, t i.i.i.i.. rT.. '"" :
re. un ha
'rn"i. ..!n: ''!,U "'c'iu"-
uikiii iru.i-un. in me menu tune in.. ..,.:.... , i- .1.:
V.Ti ! . : n V." 7. " "1 ".S"' ' IT"'.
iiuiiKei in me necessi ies ami
iu.-iiinuie iciuicncic! oi social and na-
l..l l- . . i . . .
I here nre law of
Itteliiglier tlmn paper (institutions, mid
more binding tbau sohmn eontriu-i-;'
aod by them thi Union will stand it
evert thing eUu should fail. The Unit-
ed Males have a dciiiny toullfil nmoii"
it, nntinu. ,.f -i-i...
allj lh ,mr nrc j , . ,
in every American heait. ' All n-ctmns
and nil classfs, share the courn-and
tlo? determination lo which thev give
birth. Every American, at the North,
and at the South, consciously or unthink
ingly, mean mat tin Uepublic shall go
on in the high career on u Inch ii ha, o
.-....-. un,Mriiiicicii progress:
nun in it nni- t .ni : . Jt . , i
cccm1 tr heonT ! 1'. T.T.. "S ,,,c Uinetm !iru
u i.. " v-. n...?. ,v "
fd. Wpbr." ?l"
1, ,be .oprrbensh,,,, that ar,
" Y1L Z7 ' .. v,.lw H,.e
??f,tu, c"5 oy i,or who
I rr tne last ix months the whole
country liat lcri made to ring with full
t,l llllunk.tn I, I... .1..... ... t. . . '
.. ..... uvi.jv: jiij iijiui in
- . - V "I
mirpoo of those who '
con-IUve uttered it. It lias fiirmcd tho con IrretMt
ti... ........ i ,. , . r . .
ard w ith-
a.,1 . . - t. i " .
oml to unify the i.mij.-to mi.lcad . a"4' lHj hoe of them who are
lbu-aki.d to cerct. the crtdulouJ tockl.UUrs, at .he' result. Our Frea,
into mea,ur.i,,a which their jUdg--no, in Western Vermont is ncrZ
tftect, cixrtcd a lnmrr a!ar i' I I'b-bmenl wt as a people have a right
the wfodsof uprigtit hikI de'roted meu.'tolx proud; and al the same lime tie
, l,'r-wiB easily lake ubim, and I tttt.nz fceline: cf eraiiiude n.e in ,r
iy k-ck, id fi otvit- i.o-liaanr.Jt. .
CtTf tvfKOttoo,rfaf fiora dungtr ( HoMon whobrsvclv flood In- u ii lloi
Ut Mtw, lo tkeir tlKu4 imiigmailu.s j,, irtl !l0tJ nf .lab'.oj", nlsbt now
mpendtt-r ald inofawwous. lit thi , , ,. , . , , , ,
.. It , done Intra. , P""1 Um 1,,e,k "f ") a"'
Hi talk,aMittcr, about I)i union, ttf-,Jr preroonishing long and we
and the mcaswret that I.mc Ucn prs- trust an tndles a well as bright day.
t uim lb cauntry umlir cover of It,, Wr cnlrtain no haduw of doubt not
ban ratliy Htcttflfed tAt .i,tM..Vn rry
fating in tit Mrtltrn Stala. We
believe thU to Ik; n ftt, which will dr-
moti'tmtc itu If in due time, ll n
-""" jea-ouMw, tmpmnmi
: oi'niH,aim ucaiw new Ktiiue-
. -- . - r
' mm t ll.e Nnrili. lui liaic . alwnv -.
n n -piuiwii'Mi mm uirguti, narp i,ci'n
ttnwirfullv nllicltd bv the eorrclatit e
. , " "u J "itrom wii g
ranaticiMu liuli in .prui. np in the
! South.-. n Slik, nnd to U.hllv ucntp. .1
IcoMrolof our Hull of National Lvp-'
(liiticn. l.ent haptii i.niHirlnnce bo-
4I . ... f. ...
r ...it u; nuivu pici incin iiinii.
Iliey m fndliicli net er fail intake
root. :nii in due lime to binr foilli fruit.
.V. )'. fniinVr finrf l'.nnuirrr. .
We commend lliec rcm.trlf to the
utteuiiou of our reader.
There t urciit
fotee and M-nlficancc in them. In nil J
that ii laid it. relation lo the prefcrva-1
...... ' '
(iim t,r,i.., i ..,. . -,,i:,n.. ..,..,
1 ' ? cord,"ll c,,r-
A1mMK ,,,t' pc0,,e lhtU3 ,,ev,'r U ("
nhat my he calletl wlight shade of
nppn-henMim, that a respectable nttempi
y. nuM be made. Should there
be, not only would the attempt be put
down, but if it required more than n
coixtable' f rce to do mi, it would be
- put down with the kimlint but tnrivi
, ,troi. cut urceautloni to rurn ihn
........ . . . .... ...
mo"t M il- a-J''Ie Conntitution iu
'in true meaning, lo the lail letter, but
Slavery imi.M not take one jot more.
from the Mulilli-lairy Ri-(;nlfr
Hl'TLAXU & UUKLlNtn'ON HAIL-
ItOAU. ANNUAL MKKTINU OF
The f-iockhohler of the RtttLmd and
lturliugton Itailrnad, iiecording to pre
vimm notice, met at the Court IIouh- in
Miildlchitry, on Wednesday last at ten
o'clock in the forenoon. The attendance
being largo it w.ii found neees.5ary, im
mediately after organuing to adjouni to
the Methodift Meeting" Houw which
wa hpeydily filled. The meeting having
again been called to order the liufetnes
as at once .roeecded with.
Mr President I'ollctt presi'iited the
Allllll.nl lieivirl i.T ,l,r 1i;r....l... ,.f
Compsnv-embraeing also that of the
TreWr and Su,-o.intendent - which
g,vc a faithful ac.-ount of the doin-s of
tiio Uireetor? for the past year ; the al-
mott ttnpreceilenied dexpateh with whicli
the road wjs put in running onler Ihro'-
out the entire length ; iu htbint-vi since
the ojioniug, ami ito pre-iit condition ;
and the state of the Company's finance-,,
i.. .ii .i , .1
m aii i lie- jKirueuinr!, trio ite-ort fiiuw
-wlthoat :.ny ostcntutiou on the irt of
.1 i . . 1 .
"ireciors an unuiial amount of en-
n& i'verance, and business tact,
anu also couM'Iering all the c rcum-l.i
:t iwperous and Kitisfactorv slate
H.-ulars of the lm t, as ue oxt-cct
v, lay it Mn our readers entire.
v e do not iro into the inr-
The next huincs iu
onler was the el-
T 2;",; , ''Tn t' ft "
.'" 'Ml,:'g poMpotwl nil nf,,.r
adjourned to H
0 vJ- .
w' .quoting tor U,rcetw, which re
Miiieii in ii,, .-i, ,.t .i... r..n :..
v v iintio
Samuel P. Strong, Veigennes,
'h.nlcs l.insly, Middlehury,
John A. Coiunt, Itnindon,
Chester tlrangnr, Pittrford,
(JcorgeT Hodges, Rutland,
Nathaniel Fulltfton, Chester,
William Henry. Uellows FaIN,
Paris l'ictchcr. Rridport,
John Howe, lio-tou,
Nathan Rico "
H T RetNl.
John Bradley, Burlington,
Mr. Kit;,,. ..f ' k-........ i.
- isly .hi-lined U-ing a candidate Mr
nraiiley of lJurlinirtw. wa- elected in
. - . : ' . ...
aM j ear.
er,. in 7J IV "
lAnlaturn fur i.r.
bonds lo en amount not
"'"fi i.wiu,imj. as
"p r iiiuirti uiii i j'nikinTiim in lh i
m ndilrrlwitctastoa-'owtl, eo-n anv i
ith entire s4tisfaetHm with.
..,,1 ..t .1
fir. and with eit-t.ti.ms of rfJ!lr J
M...M.WU-.1H II, ,, t-VIIUX-IIlJ. IllUfc
. .. ----- ......
g prri-j'-nty m time to wane.
GTWe cannot suffer thi occa.ion to
(mh wi bou tMii7m u ui.r.ff stnf.., ...
. . ui
. . ri.,
' only or lUo generous and cuuelca flow
M urluli.c la ilic prople. bul aim of
dividend la the HotkbcKlrrt. Wc trust
mme nftbosc nmonj; ui trim baTe put
ilmr lard canted rating into tin en-
icrpiHc,iii now fuller titcmcivc to
wjrerd nrcctil or intimiilateU or
diw.nrngrd into n nbandonment of
iiiuir i.irc in II. n I ref mir.cnliv mte ir,'
i i rn-
otmriit. H e have a board of Direc
, . , . .
' "'e ery Uopgct biiiiicnacn
''' country. Tiny hnvo put tlicir
hrarln into thi buinc n wrll at. lib-1
crnllv of their foitonc". Wc have llltir
' pledge, in men of integrity, that the
mailer ha1l be conducted
to the end
I upon the rqu.ire with Vermont honesty.
0 Know me men anil we accept tue
i . . ...
'S W'e .ny the wciirity i good,
r,,e 1,iS,lc-,t ral of ncconimodatioii to
.1... ..I.l!.. 1 ..i- I.. I. ...I . .1. . . . .
iiu- iuuiii-, iiuu ui uiviuunin iu uu: siock
hnldcir, will be the star by which limy
will stet-r their conre, nd in a road
well located .and well managed lluic
lines arc coincident. Their labors have
been long, arduous, und often, it may
be. unthankful: but they will hiivc tlicir
reward in tin; cot);ciouncj of n good
thing well done.
ti,'iil-ii awi. i viiiMm,.
fiml Village, on Saturday evening next.
al 'nek tlinrcb in tastlelon,
on Friday Kvening. Mr. Iluletl being
loniuwhat known iu thii section, the
friends of Temperance will of couwe
We perceive that the Fres gener
ally nre loud in their oomlemnntion of
the rcecnt disgraceful nttnek of Forest
iiK)ii Willis. In thi. wc fully concur.
When such men m Edwin Forest to
fur foiget themselves tw lo commit net
of rowdyism worthy nlone of Mike
Waleh or Isaiah Hymler.-', they cannot
expect the public to look with less favor
upon those ticts llinti had they been
commilted hy those somewhat notorious
nrj-The 'Free Democracy' of Rut
land County hold their Convention on
the -1th of July nt the Court Houe in
To the Editor of tht Rutland Htrald
Sin : I have Ion-' waited fur nnm
one better qualified than I mn to call
'.he public nlti-tition to the extent and
innnner in which the marble quarries
of Rutland are now worked, and lo the
probable extent to which they must be
f frotl1 fur
..,. , T . .. ,
" " , '
1 hey naturally divide themselves into
.wo tpmrries, each very distinct in its
lunuimon, anu in relative position
the lulls of which they constitute the
, basis nnd the hulk rs well as in many
important qualities. The quarry main
ly worked by the Messrs A. W. Hyde,
is situated upon the south side of
the road leading from Rutland to White
hall, and the quarries worked by the
Wet Rutland mining company, and by
William F. Barnes, for him-clf and
others are upon the north tide of the
same road, lloth quarries are uliko in
this particular, thai at u cry low ex
pense a railroad track can be placed
along tide by which the blocks, with a
. be awung frou, the quar-
ries to the cars if desirtd. For
Unds marble, especially for largo
"images of this
be very grea, Tl.e quanii.y now
. Hyde, a "en
"I'l' tutiity lo form
ti n ii
i 7 v 01 "...en seven
r -Wcl, the sum of 830.-
l.U paid for land tranirwir.
"d 1. per ton fyr the average
IdlUC OI Illl flLtrlllM .1 .... I .1 .1
1.. r .1 . . "
.... .. .i
. . . "tre-luc
iiuui ni iih fnnri.ii. ....i :.. , ....i
in Rutland, ted
ib in ..-hi , '
m lfelil, will be 5257,1)00. Upward
:.f I t.. .i . .
iuui iiuitiiiii n nn ii. .a... -a mn
cuinaitu uy .-ir. A. quarries ue within convenient reach of "logy, perhaps, ought to bo offered 1 1 l"ro"n employment
tleman of the verv best the railroad now built nnd buildlm?- for l,'Ctn on account of the hall whirl. 1 ol!-crs (lcl'ende"t upon him. In-
a comet esiimate, n.id most of them could be reached bv 'jot calculated for such puruOMs. flut,'" .wom1uu J rtn , tne
.hirtcen thousand five r or aid. track, of from ei2h,y to - talent of the perl ZZZ n" Ln
J , Lu4,nt". htu it u remera- Muletcnt to manufacture twiceth equan- -
tbM thu lt M ,abor V" t'V r marble now used in ihe United
5 iance become, at oneo maul- Slates. Fourthly, but not by aor mean
rui,bu,ine,ha grown to , JSZ
Pr"c" lnn'l eight years, un- ha now, for the hut eight,
dadraraatj of twenty-two Jfcar bf pursued by a large number
w,lti tf "tremcly diflxalt hni c-r- of bo hare awmiffcd the tbllaad i
u nui irmmovtu
- c (9 rcach wiilchall. its ltid;n? capacity to wall coaduet it. a 5, - '
warktt, Ihe ladnet f whose road arc
and were a jiruxitb. Willi aaiiort land
carriage no., St hiu rail road Irsntpw
iaiiort fcr llio wnr of the Uiitlund A
Hutlmgtoii Hail HoaaV Kvcn Uiibort
land cArringe, ilir loading and un
loading fa eqttitalefit to a charge of at
Irntt a tlollar per ton. In fouilrcn
monilii from ihii lime llie marble at
Hie iiiarrie may bo placed in tl'ie rnrf
and in the natural order of bu.lnif,
with tlic tingle exception of a bridge nt
UoiMi'i roinl,(nn obitnclc which I liopo
to cc remoted) without trannhipment
may be placed ul Ogdensburgh, at Buf
falo, nt lioston, and at New Voik.
That in the nmfe manner, to fur iu the
natural nnd convenient course of bui-
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" "m " "-""vr ..oiruuii-, u may uo
placet! not only at nil the intermediate
points of importance, which lie on tho
direct road lo these gnat marts and de
pot of commerce, but, also, at every
considerable town in Nuw England,
New York, and in two years from this
lime, I might add Pennsylvania nnd 0
hio. addition to this, upon two of
the route', ns matter of absolute- cer
tainly, nnd (in my judgment) upon the.
third, n wise und enlarged I will add
rt nobli- self-interest, will command
great cheapness of transportation. First
to go south as fur as Troy, there will bo
the competition between two rail roads,
mid from Whitehall, a ihird channel by
Canal. Marble is an article admirably
adapted lo rail roud transportation, and
more espcciully, when ihnt transporta
tion is lo be for long distances without
re-loading. The mnrbie iu the outset
would be loaded into the cars of the
Troy & Rutland railroad; and that Com-
pany never could afford to have it Uk-
en out of their cara till they reached
Troy, if they could get n dollar and n
half per ton. Transoortutlon then, in
I lie City of New York, and lo the in
tervening places in Ihe valley of the
Hudson; could not'lm more than two
dollars and fifty cents per Ion, and more
probably, would be as low as two dol
lars. There would be many circum
stances lo render the rale higher iu the
dine1 ion of Boston,
should turn out, as
But in case it
I believe it will,
that marble in tho, block is a great and
important American staple, susceptible
of immense increase nnd amplification
of manufacture, not merely for domes
tic use, but also for foreign exortation,
then Roston would be noxious that in
her market the price of such a staple
slwuld not materially exceed that in the
now leading city of the conlinenf The
amount of trade North, in the direction
1 of Burlington and Ogdensburgh would
be very great ; it might in the outset,
, and for some years, exceed thai in any
other one direction. For a long time,
and to an immense nmount it might go,
in what would otherwise bo empty earn
upon their return trip ns far as Ogdens
burgh, and there meet the gorm of a
future New York, sitting al tho foot of
the American Meditcnnnean, upon
whose waters the product of but a few
millions of hardy pioneers, now tloitts
a commerce moro than half equalling
in value, the conimeico of all Europe
with all Abiu. "What then nre a fuw of
the reasons why Rutland should be the
place for the production, nnd perhaps,
exchange of this staple, which since the
dawn of civilization has been the favor
ite material upon which the tool of the
artist, the chisel of the sculptor,
and the busy brain of the architect, has
exhausted itself in the erection olike of
the Mausoleum, the Palace, and the
Temple. In tire first place, within the
, town of Rutland, there aro at least inn
lending varieties of Marble, with well
defined ditrerene n,.i ,.r i
but alro of texture, closeness and di.
rcctionof grain, mechanical strength
of fabric, and undoubtedly, in propor
tion mid kind of chemical constituent.
..v. . . . . ui uimr.
rieties, distingu . Z
U IM of pl.inly mked
would be at least, forty. All of these
v.... iMimiu aiso ine minor va
o,.c nunareu rod in ieg,u. Next, in
other business, concentration fe,.,..
lalwir nr.,1 .till . .i. . '
largest proiKmion of nrotit t itw.
..... .1-1 f II
i-i . ! . ' ' - -
" - I--"- llir
u,ru' 1 ' "nlimi-
cheat) and arllM ,..
.1 . ....
,. . irr,
directly uton thc line of iLH ! '
.. . ... '
u-jf uui more luan won hi iu.
v ' ..!.. . i . .
. 10n fmui tl.o .cl, rial InTcariylnff bo Relets for
it on under itll the dlwidraatiMtt la
fore mentioned; 'as a body, lltcy hatf
acquirtj wtalA hy Jii-j In iWng thfaC
loo, they have Blade a larg lnvcttmcnt
in fued capital ; mch as mill, house,
hopa,ttml machinery, ami the mo'sHui.
portant of all, iu the opening of the
quarrua. I think a very low estimate
of the fixed invclm nt in mills, &r..
in Uutbuid. and in thoe dependenl up
on using the Rutland marble, Includlnp
their various hopts, fixtures, and !ott
e for operative, would ho one hun
dred ami twenty five tliou.-mud dnllata.
Secondly, in opening ihe quarries, ai
least one hundred thousand Ions of ma
terial ha been lakcn out, which from
tho necessity of Ihe case, for the want
of a murkct fur tho cheaper marble,
such as may be used in Architecture
nnd for like purposes, was obliged, for
the want of cheap incnns of transpor
tation, to be got out in the cheapest
manner pos.tiblo and thrown away, ll
has made a most splendid yard, howev
er, far future operations, nnd Provi
dence had provided n swamp that was
juit fitted to receive it. At least fitly
thousand tons of lids was of better ma
terial for building than Ilm aviragc of
the marble buildings of tin- cities of
New York and Albany. As affording
vniitngo ground nut) scope for tho im
mediate pushing of further operations
commensurate with tho importance of
the subject, nnd to tako advantage of
tho very crisis of " the flood which lead
on to Fortune, I climate this yvork,
a lAng now worth, tit ihe very lowest,
Iwo hundred thousand dollars. Willi
'e advantage, as other valuable
quarries present themselves, they nntu-
rally coalesce with and become ftuxil-
-i'-ry to these, thus bo fairly and bioudiy
to n cos-riNtrr.p.
At a regular roeuliug of Good Sa
maritan Divisio, No. 8. of T.
at their Division lloom, iu Oaatleton,
JUne 12th, 18.50. it wan then rcaolv-
ed, unanimously, that we will have a
Celebration of our Order on the 4th
ot July next. Whereupon the W. P.
appointed the following Urothera a
Committee of Arratigetncntd :
E. S. Carr, J. N. Northrop,
1). Underwood, W. B. Colburn,
J. G Whitlock, J. Harrington,
B. W. Burt.
After the meeting of the above
Committee, it was
JUsolved, That the following Di
visions be especially invitod, viz :
iMttington division, East Iluthnd,
Marblti Vnllou Diewtn,, U'.,. n...
.Mnrblo Valloy Division, West Rut-
land, Mountain Spring Division, Pitts-
ford. Otter Creek-' Division, Danhv,
and Friendship Division, Wallingford
to join U3 iu our Celebration.
The above named DiviMon lmo
signified to us their acceptance of our """'cr million would have been ex
invitation. Wc also respectfully re- Pe"dt'(1 wi'b the milliner, tailor, shoo
quest our friends and citizens of Cas- '"."cr, and schoolmaster. Acotlicr,
tlcton, nnd neighboring towns to nt-! H'11" mcrcliant and grocer. And
tend. An appropriate address will llirt;o or four millions with the fanner.
be delivered on thc occasion.
We hope to sec tho 4th of July
next, a day so ftiudit with halhueod
associations, an array of worth and
respectability gather around the stan-
dard of Temperance.
IitOY Cofs-ri:nKXCE ArAPKMT
Anniveiujary Exercises Exahi-
nation of Classes, Monday, Tups-
day. and Wednesday, July 15tb 10th
jlnbittom- Thursday, July 18th
Ladies at 10 o'clock, A M. ; Gentle-
men s, at 2 o'clock.
Addrcst before tho Young Mon's
Lyceum, Wednesday evening, by
John W. Fowler, Esq.. Principal of
the Stato and National Law School. ,
AddrtB before tho Philoraatliean
Sn.i'.l Tl- ...... I... . '
. wvi,,,, aiiuiaun evening, uy i'rot. ,
.Ts.lm li'nB,.tH .r IT. - 1ti
uuiui i vaiei , ui onion ioticiro.
.Ifitiv ven'uiw t -
JOHN NEWMAN, Principal.
f iom the Brattltbcru I'liouu.
The MACOMjinR Tkoupc gare a
decidedly rich musical feast to a lareo 1 J UrS . ,0.r a IUWDent at the
audience, on Tuesday ercninc in the' c?ct of this policy upon the farmers
Hall of Fisk's new Hotel. Some an l?Lthl8 cou,utr-' Each of thcec 20'
- a j i iiis r i "j 1 1 1 in ti r . t riA . r'wawsv " wuiiauuiu iud r
but I)a , " 7lMTVi V v a'
f (, c. . At W
"hb nrti ajpearance (we
u m u.t though he
a star m the musical world
many years. lie rx3ses.se a
Volpe.of g'.eat compass and power,
nu Stilus wttu a Blunt and .,t,nt-i.
i. . . -o -
.i...:...li. ' . .7. I,ttt
ac ttuuumuie, ana oi a Inwier ioha
tli.n il. ...... i. nT'iT
"6 " "BC- auu IO!..
Jloy cooiai by Llmaelf, of 20
""'is? T0rth,tno P"" of
adaa34Wn- Wo have known bim ma-
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'Hie bass of Mr. Hector is tho
richest we ever heard, deep ' smooUi
d strong, aud insiire tL rMt. K
uitr lar utuer exrftirri i l
r i . .
. auhlimitv i . '
ll to ki.enL- . i
hth repuution for toaiScat ulcr.t u
too well knonn and appreciated m
thia vicinity. Tlicir natoca art fUffi.
cint to attract aa audience '1 ir'r
prforaiMcc upon the riotin and h
number or oar ciliaeus were i,rP....i
and tveinjisl aay, that wo very
dotn have aricnt an hoar more g,fc.
ably, h certainly waa intcrcsti.ig a
us to witneM aii audience of im,,,
pcraotto, lutetting to Uie cci chftru-s
of music ; ami to notice the cllcct-1
!io they were moved, many of U,4
ft'iiitilca alternately wecjinguml latitl,
ing, ticcording to the B int of tie
ong. 'lhoy enjoyed it. nnd .1.,.
joy and gratitude seemed unbounded
itr...t r..a. t. !.. u .J ... I
...iiiiivjuiij, ik iii tiuiu atui avttoiii
It wus a repast to Ibctu.and no doubt
llio incmoiyof th'.e whose kiinlnv4
prompted thcra to prepare it, will
long be cherished iu tho minds of
those for whom it was given.
They are goin up tho river, tnJ
wc recommend litem to our brethren
of the press.
'TARIFF PANIC !"
The free trade organs arc just now
busy in charging tho Whigs with ft
desire to create a tariff panic.' (ut
the charge is unfounded. No tuch
desire is entertained. Unfortunatclv
however, facta enough nic being daI!
ly developod, without resorting to
speculations or fictions, to foictUy
impress ihe public mind with the ui
cessity of a change of policy, so far
as regards the domestic industry of
Iron-works, giving employment to
over twenty thousand men, hate Ucn
suspended within the past two jcars.
Theso twenty thousand men would
earn ten millions of dollars t,er an.
mini, if employed. But th0 Frco
miuo democracy oi nic country my
that this vast 6uni elmll be taken from
the jockets of the ironworkers of tho
United fctatcs.and paid to the ocm
tives of Great Btitain ! If the etatc
nient of this fact is calculated to cre
ate a panic,' tho responsibility mint
rest with thoso whose incisures raado
it a fact, and not with thoso wliogavo
But tiro mischief resulting from
the policy which has thrown tin num
ber of iron-woikors out of employ,
does not end with tho evils endured
by theso men themselves. It reaches
every other intorest in the country.
Thcbc men, when employed at their
trade, produce iron, but they con
sume every other ootnin nlity usually
required by the working classca o'f
the country. The ten millions of dol
lars which thoy would hnva earned
would not have remained in their
pockets. It would have bcenjcjianff.
, lor l!,e tbousand productHHSo
! incc'ianica, faitncrs,groccrs, ai
I cnaut8 ol thc country. A
wou!d "avo uce" expended in
, ami mer-
in the e-
ructiou of comfoi tablo homesteads.
1 tliu butcher, and the bakor. And
' c!tcu interest would, to that extent,
liuvc shared in tho benefits which al-
va'3tiw from well-requited Homo
. These ten millions of dollars, how.
I ovcr instca(1 of being thus beneficent-
, ly and jirofitably difluscd through our
own community, aro Bent abroad, and
find their way into the pockets of tho
artisans, traders, and agriculturists of
(Great Britaiu. So that, while tho
iron-worker is most directly injured
by the policy which lias compelled
the suspension of the establiahtnenta
in which wc found employment, other
interests sulfur indirectly, through
hiin. It ij this fact, followed out
through all its phases, which demon-
Urates the absurdity of the ariru-
, V , . . O
meius so irequcntiy cuea ny tho ous-
. - 1 .- .. - . ..
mies of protection, that whilo frw
trado may tomiorarily injure manu
facturers, it benefits all other inter
ests who aro the consumers of the cora-
Let us look for a ruotnerrt at the
"(luivalciit of 600,000 bushels of wheat
t if tho existing tariff is continued)
tiieie men are driven to agriculture,
they will cease to becomo consumeis
and become producers. In a year or
two, instead oi purchasing 600,000
bushels of wheat, they will have lr
000,000 to sell ! It requires nothing
more than the statement of a fact like
this, to nhow how U..I ,,.t
. ' . .. v i-"
tho protective noliey i to the farmer
'ii i?. ' ,
om naii ti in i nt rnti rsiii a m n a m
" wfc. .? ,i S on r2S.P
1?? "r otJ T,",? Ul Au
wL4, but woun- hett
Vuil U C0IUUIfle(- h0i during tho
Pro? of . ttnfacture o the V
- ...v MHUUiW,kuiu.
Of theMis.M..3 ri'lJcedAroeriean irou-worVara, we wiU
"""'""jtniport.uitbtbvircn, that ynntity