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THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, 1S50.
TIIF UTTI 4I HKR VI H ' ,w jr 1 c 'rllrfu auperliiou apprwh her with no Maul I drsw f jternv-nt, when he closely fllonrnl ttif long as it remain the law everv good ,
JUr. lit. Ji'W uuu.AL.1. trtrcuc in which tWe pour dear it- , trepidation. Wrdnrtday is hrriiVaofrr legion, mid looked sorrowfully nn, ns it citizen will conform toil' tid cv-'
(tlitHlb krgtY THL-Iir Eft's ISO i r lander hold the lialirt? flea: a eual nous becnuvr. in ihe firtl i.lure. on ji W'i-iI. I n lm.er.4l l H lint J w-.'i;..c.,,1s,.,. i . .
RUTLAND, VT. I from lit r flic, and r. nt once augurs nrsdnr the imprudently exposed herself, ; and the. crate tilled up. When his hu- , 't,.t 'U arr:i- ,un c nfcJln' l t
. tf,nn iu .1 i i :.-....... . r. ... . ' . endeavors by open or secret mean to
n It KKlia.?.. fr.iifMfr l'Mt.lUkAHlw"' UMMUHIILX ll III.HirT HM ta su II el I II U 1 1 D'll I IIU WHIM I lint Cell . 1 IHilll It: I ltlI IllOUril CI A ruitreu. IIUWPl LT.
v)EO. A TUTTI.K, PrinUr.
tcrms rcit YKAR.
fa Villi gt tabaailtari
7.1Sa. ii-J !nlaabr!Lra,
Wc yU In ajtaria,
that will enable her lo.t her pious un. ( mid, in ihu cooud place, on a Wcdnea
uTiakiug iu operation; nut on no ac-1 uay ner .iaru look Ihu scarlet lever.
count will hc commence collecting ub- So he has marked Wednesday down in
scripliona for the auti-dri.ikiug-slatc- hr calendar with a blnck character ; x tt
J00 gruwn-iuaar.in.tca M:icty, because she her contempt for stars and ghosts are
has nlway rematked that Monday is prodigious. Now there I it cntiMder.v
' her unlucky day. On a Monday her lion to extended to the friends of chot,
( oodie died.and on a Monday ihe caught which Day-fatalists rnnnot rlutin.'
Mu.MiAX, CM. '-'I.
Prayer ly lit v. Mr. (. Iiiiiiil.crliuue.
Pint idin for the fur'
' rortimillrr, hill rrlntirig to crnhi OfTI
i r and Mlutic. wuh inrndnirnt, em
powering tlm Clfik of tho Uiiimo Id
! iipniui thrrn AnMant innlrad of two.
! an. I leipiirins him lu porfornv I ho duty
. tiiiw nnpniititiins to the KnetiMfini;
jt.l-lk; ndoplnl. Aim ivldiii)' to tho
to ditntrli in h:it: what win net li
AJriUmui.rlioMl !rt J tor SI I hat ttcrc cold at ltrizhtoti. from the M'hethT or nut ilccca(d fii.in) take a f'H' him. and int:uitv return to U
1,1 .ir (l tl.) f .r thru t.l. 2S cci ti eftVu of which she I afiaiil n will more airy and tlim.iv form, and adutit and hint Iv t igil, which. ntht and dav,
;V.u' 'W ,U"" nwrrwwr. the invariable c.Mu.nc of n.h.et to visit he MillemtinucH to kcep up otrr the
B. FAt.MF.R, Amitlcaa ."tf.rr ". Cnnnine u n very itrong nnod. tlic olyei'ti of tlieir eurthly affect ioti,n remain orlm helovrd inietreas. ( rr
t,l A ivr i rnr nJ i,tbrii.j cd noinaii. Ilcr unlucky day i Wrd- a question whieh the ohrpuden thiukeu Mountain Frttmi.
il. Abvr.inibKMfcNTS, .nd fll. .,!.. ft,. . U'...l., ' 1....' I... ..... ' n I .1,, f. I... I....!..! I I.. .
g fttBiftJ' i vni iimj cuv; inn iitiwuiiut luiunun nai u m , -
Kt'GITlVi: SI.AVK LAWS
JUIK'.K MCLKAN'S OPINION.
I..:.... . .t... ; . i '
he renuin.d U'hlud, nnd.lvi.,R don m ',M ,
the head of the Krte, eould not he in- . " tl r di-tf ihuii.m ,,( the tf ,.d i..u-.
. ...... I,. 1.....,. il. ...1 . I r. il... . tu L C UL'SL 1 t rL'HLY II Lilt l'f MlIILr V. .1 . I a t a . t
r, ,UJ.s, ,ur . . - o, ,nc v.meini a.wniwy i. ...i.iitu.n , ,l,,uim ,i. follow ti.c lh m..oW.n
w ..". V;"",. , V'.,". ai'S """n""1"!" of thr to Ilou.r r,hll wire C2.r.
.ri in,,, Il.llillJ IUtM,S a Hllfll, 1J .MI.IUCl 1 1' , lill V. LIT), J. III! llMlliaOCt! I.- Ol I . . .
bmulit to him, ami, at hut, aomg ik1- . , . v , J!ritlutiit
i vi I . I r I "'inn III I'l tliu ,w 1 I t'l K .1 ...
., , i 1 1 . . the comiiiitit
i nouno rei.ne wio ioiummii plea- r,,jMSj ,j
am a.ivemure tin .pencil to nun- ,..m . ,., .tllli,.,;.,r. imi .i...
( eap dietu-y of id tin u fniitl of inn-
H.ivin an ndvettir-ed letter in the rilmiinu m of ureeounitiun in thi Suite.
eaionnllv to the home for il, hut oulv
it lilt iloi r t
run on. stoUtj't Buii.ii.r
m:v vunK. Tiitno. lunjo.g.
rniLAnrxnitA, m. w. r. Txtrj
t It.TlMOHCS. T cor Nvlb i,J K.jtll.
K-IW tjllewti t (rvin lniHrl WhJ. at r
It,, Min tlm tinea, tmt frpto ib rf trtlil, th
f It Id bM VU;rJ Dill tM pffrnl
i4 , let "Uk ff ll.t tkor' rkm II It,
W" u UiDal; brulirl no ir 1.
TO Kl.I. t.
' t M0 ntiiior eorftf !
fkiw niMvllil; lo H.clrn.Mtlii."
Ij Ub bf-l ' llxn onoipln
Tt rirHlt claim lhinitit Iron Out,
A 1.4 4fla Ik pt't UU,
SttM ain't thina aar ilxiu ara fraf ;
f.i bn IW bridal rli( la lan,
Aral aulamn uiam(c tvoa ara brtatliwl,
Ma. I t.l. biljM !' U fuWlf fl.tn
( raia nil lU larlaml "Ii.j f)ru" ia.ll.l
Wa liar "l ln mall IU Mvra,
Jitll 4a.to, rciucniliU tlt ,
VUo t' tmlnf laalh Ilia f 'ftl liwt
W a lt.t i"alc of " lif a'a a.t ,"
Ol If ixallnl, in tach alvia
lt iliairvrf piclura allcnU;,
Kltb (ilaaWhl aiulil llililll. loi a,
I Uaallia.l l Ihta, ur lliou la ma
!j Ula'tairaain fi baW iia wajr
Thiw(bariJ aaltan.l i('J,
AaJ (a ia aula ba.iJa II lay
SftU. OWII KMIII TM at'XtNIMa riATID;
Hal Ibina Ilka atif aVt liiland fill,
Hub oul; mt4 ttil'l fluwar f tn.nra.1 aUa,
Ot, b t lla ciuraa aa nidianl aim
tatta oj U Iblna ibtl a.nl. a'tr ;IIJ.
It it it difficult puzzle to reconcile the
tiittciice of certain nupcrititiuiH that
oontiimii to have tridu intlueiicc with
the enliuhteuinenl of the nineteen!!
wntury. When we have read i;lo injj
paracraphii ah.nit the wonderful pro
r-u ueeumpliihed by the prenunt ?eno
ration ; when wu have regarded the ui
ant machinery iu operation for the cut
turn of the people moved, in great
part, by the collective power of indi
viduut charity; when wo Iiavp examin
ed the atuitcudoiu reiults of human
genius ind ingenuity which are now
laid bare to the lowliest in the realm
we turn hack
itcbMiiiK influence of tho old supcrti
tioin which have survived lo the prej
i caught that tlush which hu has never haled tery keenly, hm without over ar-
been able to choao from her cheek, and riving nt any salwactory conclusion,
on one of tlieio fatal day hrr Maria' The Mronireit uririiuient naaiiut the
took the warlet fever. J herefore. ahe . positive extitenee of uhoits is, ilntt th-v , ror the herieht ol till, and ei iTi
will not go to a pic-nie on a Wednesday, appear only to people of certain tern-' ally of tho-ie wlio are disiKised to lis-
1. -I... I .1 . 1 . I I !. i . " . . , . .
uteauou suu icei.i cjjim iiiccii uiai me , :iaincui, iino umif.r eenain vxciiiny leil 10 ItllCTCStCil nltalorj on the
day will turnout wet, or thai the wheel circumstances'. The obtu-e, maiter-of- i slayerv iiuestinn we conv belaiv from
will come of! the carriage, let the fact man, iiovttr sees a etiu( ; and ie n.inioii r l..,l,.o M,.'t .,fi it,;,.
other morning,wheii a gip.y was cauht ' may laku it as a natural law, that none of ! r a Sut.rctne Court The
leliinjf ner eldest daughter her foitune, i ol llieu airy vinlants neter appeared .,' ;,. , i .., .i i ..
Mr. Carmine yerv pmperly reproach' lo an attorney. Hut the attorney Mr. "'T t &r . r 'TK '
ed her lirat.lHjrn .,r S.ir wenkne, in ' Fee hi.nple, we are assured, hold, S.it- J"1"" .! Kentucky for damages
KiviiiK had to the silly mumbling of urduy to ho an unlucky day. lt wi on ' v "arboniig anil concealing runaway
the old woman. Mr, (.'nnniiii. i mi. ' a Saturdav that h'lH evlurliotiale l.ill in SllUeS. .No 0110 Will ItlltKacll the
sidered to he n woman of uncommon I Joor Mr. U.'s c:ie, wn cut down by ; i'reo S'oiliiimof lion. Joil.V McI.KAX,
acuteneas. .She nttncheii no importance j ihu taxing master ; and it wn on ti , we think, and we coiunieml hi opiiw
wnatever to a star under which u child naiurtiay mat a certain nrnvy inn wa. ion, as applicable to uic (tiity ol till
is born, doea not think there Ls n pin duly honored, upon which ho Ind hoped ' law-abiding; as well as liberty-loving
loehomc between, Jupiter und Neptune; to reap a largu sum iu the shape of , citizens of tho tnion. Judue Me-
and bhu 1m-. a positive contempt for , cok J'herefore, Mr. Tee Simple ho-1 LCah baiil : f Witiddor Juurn.j.
ghost; but she believes m nothing that lieves that the detunes have put a black u,T0 L.lirtl,ly power has a ri"ht to
iiHi.rpoiuiiutf no! uiionai r Ull Jlm,lr4 ?mJ rrCl.irP C2.r
nnci) V . ol I. S. perd'.i' ii for each das-'n altendaner u(m
..u. Hy Mr. lhnlou, that C,vm.tn Av.mi,lr Thiwn(Hip.
tec -r un.- Horn each county, ,,tl ()V ,Mr. Vail, nml ll.e yeat ami
he hill olhred hy him iu te- ; ,,, !,).. ,can denmnded " ere Y.an
AdjouriKil to lo'iiuitiow uioriuiig.
Tt tMitt.Ocl. 22, a. m.
l'nii cr hy tlm (.'hiiphiiu.
I'ttiliont unit rtmoiHlrtwru refirrtil
Of the Muck Hiier Ditirion Sou ol
Teuipeiance,fir ulteralion in the licenc
.Nil! 1'i Thn nmeiuhuRiit wit
( eoneipienlty mlopted, Mr. Hurprsi of
ur.itioii mot eii to amend tile nut tur
thr ht ni-ei ting afur the wotdi "SJ,-
00 pi.i ilny " thu fnlloiil ; til. "while
in fi fnion only lol by KUsiniyttn
;I7 ten. Thn jurlion then rrcurred
upon the ud triidin of thn bill. Mr.
1 Luh mi. i nl that it lie on the I able ,
hiil. mid hill ordered to a third reading.
Mr Vail called up tho hill rrlnting-lo
the jtide'iart , and nfn r dUrutalon hy
Mi-r. Vail, IsCnvcmvorth, llarth'tl ami
I'.t erlw, tin' l.ilti r iiuivi il to dismiss ,
lot yeas H'J, imy 117. Tho bill was
then onleied ton tlunl reading.
A eiitiitntitiii-iiliiin u-na reeelvrd frnm
ltigto cheat a chilil. One or Uo h.um hamuel i helps and .11 nthei-ol ,. elmirneui of the commuted on
peaceable iiuli viiluaU threatencil to O'afton, r.lia.-Olcult nn.I 1 1 olhet . of K0lU, to which eunimitti-e ha. beou
Hostile ami talked of calling the pp- ''"Kl'"'". t'yni- W. I.;ke ami .V , n.fvt n., tllu bi i.)Kh M'lO'lion. invhiiiK
lice. I walked off i.liilon.l.icnllv. ' .ra'v,,,,i T 'l,,:ir: 1'1U r 'V1 ! ,hv "'"' i--i-lior. to no
leaving a very bad character b.liind "'.'J TT 7n t' Klnw u U"l",;'s 1'ub,l1
J ,udh tiishing ami Jl othera of unci.- : jSjtuidav next ; accepted,
, '"obaiii, iig.uii Itaukat S.ixtun'.s Kit -1 'I he ( lu.'ir iiuimunc d the follovting-
er ; to eommilleu on baiikn. ! umiuiili. ,-, or.h red to be niLcd on Ihu
Mr. McLean culled up the bill rehif- 1 ,.. , ,, ,ii,.ni nf nn net nlutim' i..
nig in inunn uiiihiu
Post OiTice, 1 wont (loitn fur il Sun
day noon. I doped to buy a peach
of a little iil ttliM kept a ."land near,
and fiavo her a quarter for the ie.ic!i ;
waiting for my change, hhe told mu
that was riht. "1 gave you a quar
ter," taiil 1. ''IN'o you only gave 1110
- fl'l I I . . I ' '
a eei ii. a nen mic oeSan 10 w, iiie . , W . ,0 M.I(.C t.OMimilI(.t, .,,,, of
which thew nroiitiil M.mo do.cn lii.h It. Kol.y nd oilier. Of Allen War
woman who kept tnU near, tvmie den ami l.'i otheM i cluing to pureha
well ilreed (1 wish 1 could nay well in Webster's l)ictiunry ; toeomn.it
behaved,) men stopped, and 1 tvas (cm on education. lleuioutiam'e, of
acciucd of being a sitipdler, and try- Win. lluiris and .18 othcr.-i of WimS-
I.iruuTA.vT MiabtoN to this Coi;.v.
Ik . l t t i i
nn JIU..M JUUIK. liJlOllt.ety l'l ,g llighatM..aki,,g the toiu, iu . .,. -....ISi-larv. ...mroved lft tO s MeVsrs
i, bcgun.contiiiucal, or ended on a Wed-' murk ngaiiint Saturday, .-o far as he U ;utcrK)3u hetwecu a man's con'luiicc I ",3, ' . ?,?H"1 10 C0HI,.lr)' ,oh" . hhh n road was laid liable for ind.cl- n- nton, Ih.otn, liy.lc of Korhmghani,
iicnuay. i concrnieu. i , , , , , , . i ait
- - . - .1 a... . . a .
Mm Crumple, on the contrary, has J h" Jew who thought the thunder-
een many gho(,, in fact, is by ttiir. storm win the eonseipicniv "f h - hav
time quite, intimate with one or two of; in" eaten atlice of haiMin did not pre-
the myiilerious hrolheihood ; hut at the ' cut a more ludicrou picture, than Mr.
mine time sin: is at a lo"S to understand
how any woman in her sciifc?, can be
lieve Thursday lo he a more, fortunate
day than Wednesday, or why Monday
is to be black-balled from the. Mrri
Joue's calendar. She can stntt , on her
oath, that the ghost of her old schoolfel
low, hhza Artichoke, appeared at her
ItetUide on :t certain night and idie dis
tinctly saw the mole on its lell check,
which poor Eliza, during her brief ca
reer, had vainly endeavored lo eradi
,,.i i,w M..i...- it.. I...... ....
............. ...w. .v ...v, .. ' f t vcr.. important tuition
iiiai.ena, ,u a,,.. ..,,, rig .1 to ssur-, ta. (i;lmc tlmt of Ami Itcy, t,c
sl..p Oo.l accoidiiig to tk dictate- of , ., ..,.) lon.
hu own coiwetcnco. l'or this he aioue cart,fullv mf
linub mi.ii't,! . tall vt I V n .lllll l.l t I I V V
from all human restraint tj think and
. . , . , - ' III'IIIOII, IHMIUI, IIJIIC HI JlOl'Klllglllllil,
etnani, Ihsliop of (.alifnrma, on u inent if ll e road i not opt ind ul the I ()..., iod 1 1 -ill Worrier little of Choi-
Fee .Simple presents with liij roudemu
Wu have an cjtecin forgho-t-inipcc- act for himself. Hut this is not the
tor., which il is utterly impoible to case when hii acU effect the lights
extend lo D.iy-f.italUt-. .Mir. Piptos.-., ufotheM. Society h.w a claim ujion
UK!, may oe piueu . oui iog, turning ttll iw ftuzeii. Oeiieral rulci have
t I'll 11 I Ul" l,lr IMiJ.IUbillVll.l
been adopted, in t he form of lawn lor lm(, laen-hcart.ul
the protection of the rights of poronus
and things. These lie at the founda
tion of the social compact, mid their
observance is ci&cutiu! to the main
, tenaucc of civilization. In these
her money when the moon makes her
ro-nppciuancc, i.s an object of ridicule.
We shall neither be nulnui'lied, nor ex
press condolence, if the present, which
;Mi-s Caroline anticipates Iromthe knot
in her lace, ho not forthcoming; and as
unii.. u-;tli nil uirta of tviinninM ili'mna. for Miss Amelia, who has extinguished
The ghost, moreover, lisped, to did Hli- I ihc candle, and lo the best of her belief luattetd, the law, and not conscience
.a! "This was all clear enough to Mi , lost her husband for a twelvemonth, wo constitutes the rule of action. You
Crumple, and the considered il a per- can only wish for her, that when nhe is arc sworn to decide thiJ case accot-
sonal insult for anybody to pugg'st that ' married, Iter lord and master will uhako Jhig to the law and the testimony,
her vivid apparitions exi-ted only in her her faith in the prophetic power of snuf- And youj hecomo unfaithful to the
own over-wrought imagination. She . few. Hut ot all the tuperstition.s that solcmn imuncitions you have taken
I I .1' .!...." I'.. - I I I.. I 1mtr fclirt'lvj'il til till. tiri.tlt t i III .. mill . . ...
Iinu an aHtL-uun lui inn i.miuii-, - 'rm? r " " . UI)0M VOUrrfClVOJ Wllt'll VOU VlClU tO 1111
i ii ..... ......1 il... r .IIj ' iiri o in Ff in ml in Inrri' mnnn" t,''ntil( 1 . . ...
of education and a thoughifnl habii. '.cc which you call eonSc.er.ce
Day-fatalism is the most general, as it is -t at places you above the law and
ihe ino.it unfounded and preposterous 1U teiitimoiiy. fcuch a rule can ap
1 1 is u superstition, however, iu which !''' dy to individuals ; and when at
many great nml powerful thinkers have suiuod as a hisia of action on the
liared, and by which they have been rights ol others, lt 3 utterly deetrue-
I Iia purpose pceilled lime, and if the road or bridge , M1M, .,..m.,,Wiirlh, Vail, Altiltnchat.ltuh-
i. . .. :. I i : :i.t i i ... ..i . .... .... ' ... '
I'.vuk; . uiucmu iv ii ., r,oe,, iJicKerman. AdjumneO.
third lending. j ',,,;, rrKritd. Of .1. 11. Golf
'1 he bill increasing the capital Mock ml ,,r. f 1 IMiotl.y Foils It mid olh-
ul Jialil. ol Ui It mis, was read llin luiid i , e i li .ltm an4 hrp.
, lor an act lo incorporate lb 'Stbelburii
highway was ,.,t m...,.,!..,,,,!. I:n,k Itil LViaeve-
liikin iipreiiilthelliinl lime nml pa-r.l. j tMx , ,.,, .,. ,, H,i4;40f Dan
Mr. Chandler called up the hill to ;,, I; paving and other, ? AUnsou
iiicornuralu the l'eovle'.s 11, ink at l)er-I tn ,,i ...i..,,. ..r w n Vln.,,,1,...
. , . . k . . . . . I ... . 1 II' II 111 IU IUl I" I Ml l .1.. .... '-"ii"
u... imi in.:. i .1. iu,.b vy.iiuii.iv. , iiv, an. i il was oioeit'ii 10 :i iiuiu rcau-
atinne our progress m- the heauttliil
and useful aits, make till iicorsjjry 1
estimates of our great l-ublic anil pri
vate enterprises, and will then depait
j fur California, just in season to carrv '
linn: ami pa.-.-ed.
The hill H'hiliiiL' to
and would nut hear a woid to their dis
The unearthly warnings which Mrs.
Piptos had received had well-nigh
xiilt all her furniture. When a reia-
ttte dit!.', the lact is not announced to
The N. Y. Herald av, 'the recent
quarrels will dwindle into memories of
small things forgotten, and the fights i
of the squatters with the land specu
lators will Rink into the utmost insig- i
uilicance, in view of the great spirit- '
ual and temporal attention which will
he paid to California by the newly ap-1
pointed Uishnp," j
Mr. Wtlim ealh'd up the hill'ii l t-
ing to -hci-ill's and CoiiM.ihli'?, members
of lt.iilro.ul cui-potation-, giting them
pint ei lo Mi'te processes on said enrpo
lalioiis, and luoposed lo amend so tho
..it! , . .. :.. r. - i
iuie:i.i.s rait sei.e pi oi i;m's hi i.i,t;i hi ' yinuUttCCi
against i;y eorporiitions, towns and
counties of which they ate im-iubcis
The aineiidmeiil was accepted.
Several aineii luicut weru accepted,
which together with the bill wt it: fully
and otheis, of Krastus Higby and oth
us, of .Inmcs Athiiri and otliara, of
Itiilph I'age nod othera, for extcmion
of Uuihiud and Whilehnlt HnHroad Co ;
to cniiimillei) on Itoads. Of Horalio
llioek ant others, fur new county or
half shiro in Orange Co.; to the .select
J5i'A country editor advertises hia di-eussed, a moiiou to po-ipoue by Mi
Keith was lo-t, alo to lay on the lalile
hy Mr. Mm t in, and il was ordered lo
whole concern ior?aic mciuning, wo
1 c I... ......ft. dor in tin. euntiiiiiniilai'i! form of a letter, shared, and by whlCi
HIK. n lllili'l ui! .lllllsr, 'I, 1, .11. 1 - , - - -
..I .i.......,i..v t n,..rL-tl. no. an invitible sledie-Ininmer falls ' guided ; it owes much of its present in- , tive of all law. hat may be deem
influence of the old supcrti- upon her lirondwood, an invisihl.! pow-' lluence to this fact ;
er upset her loo-table, all llie doors ot
J her house unanimously blow open, or u
I collin Hies out of tho tire into her lap.
Mrs. Crumple, who is a very econom
ical house-wife, looks forward to the day
when tho moon re-appeais, on which
occasion she turns her money, taking
care not to look at the pale lady throuph
glass. 1 his ibservar.ee, the devoutly
believes, will bring her good fortune.
When Mis Caroline has a knot in her
lace, she looks for u present ; and w hen
Miss Amelia snuffs the candle out, il is
her faith that the act defers her mar
riage for a twelvemonth. Any young
lady who dreams the same dream two
cousreutite Fridays, will tell you that
her visions will " come true."
Yet these are exactly the ladies, who
most deplore the " gross "late of super-
WIV4 lillliif "IV , I a 1
ties to regard aix particular days in the Ulilion m wn.cn many oen.K. u,.
tear as day fraught with unuaunl dan- ages live, ami .. m.g.y uu.-rioo
. : . i I ........... t.ir tla ei-silii-nlinii. l lie Slltter-
rtrto mankiml. Jticn were enjomeu - - :
Ml m let blootl on these black days, nor st.t.on so generally connected tt ith ! r.
The supcrstilions of the anciiuts for
med part of their religion. They con
(tilted oracle aa now men pray. The
liar were the arbiters of their fortunes.
Natural phenomena, a lightning and
hurricanes, were to tlicm, awful expres
sion? of the nnger of their particular
deities. They had their diet ulri and
tbur did ullit ; the former were mark
ed down in the calendars with a black
character, to denote ill-luck, mid the
Utter were painted in white characters
lo lignify bright and propitious days.
Tbey followed the fingtr-posl of their
teachers. Faith givu dignity lo the
tenets of the atar-gnzcr and lire-wor-ibipcra.
Ihc prieats of old tnugni ineir mci-
hut reaioii, Chris- c,j a coiisciencious itct by ono indivi
. i ,i i ...I..... . . ... . - . .
tiariity, ami an we nave comprenenueu ,iU!, nMy. J0 lt.,i or,(ial by nnotll
ol tne greai scueuio oi which we loiiu
part, alike tend to demonstrate its ab
surdity,aud utter want of all foundation.
JJicHtm' Jlouscwld Words.
suppose, his interest iu the widow
down the lane, the best half of nn old
hat, a plate of "hasty soup" and a
ticket for tho nlins-house. lloston
The President being absent, tho
Senate was called to order by tho
Sectotary und Mr Weston, President
pro tempore, took the cha'rr.
Mr Ciowley presented tho crcden
tials of F.IUha Lajiham of Hutland
a third reading
'Pin. tiltl lii 1 .... it 4f.t-i.rii1 tm4 !k.
mended, the following is the substance , eouutv, when ho received tho oath
cf it : 1 and took- his scat.
l-'very Siu rifi', deputy Sherill'or Con-! WiV intrtnlttrnl amlrrfcrrrd. y
stable not othera i-e ilisiiiialilled is her e- Me llvile. in ndditiori to an altera ti'Mi
IKS 'Three black sailors were re- ,v mithoiied and empowered to serve I c .,, r..r.r,.t;i..r tho Kutland and
cently shot tit llrost, in pursiiancc of( any wiit, execution or oihci pro.:-. in j Whitehall Hailtoaifcoinpany ; to com
v a . ' . . h I 1 1 1 I'llil IV 111"' ( 1 1 1 iL 1 1 H It III. 1 ' j I 1.IMJI Ul lir UL' "I V fl I I ILI I Illlllll. . I .1 . MM.,. t,,n a-..j i-m.
cr. l.i y.ew oi one the an is .nen-, , ; , . f- , I - notuiihstand g s, m.ue,, ,,,, uoau, " h.lraw,. ,h u
tonous ; in view ol theother, . t should J1, Jc ' 1 , ; . S1(I..-r , ' sll(.1ir ,. (.,llMi .,,, lorp.l and lull J"a". !'
be punisbed as a e.ime. .' ,. Li ' " . . ?.. 1 ' T r I mav he a stock holder of such eon ,. " V?n V3'1 a,n
And each has the same right, acting "' Vi i ' , ,
i i- . . .. ,- i Ainca, on the 8t!i ol J ul v, labt
under the dictates ol his conscience., '
to carry out his own. Jlus would
We LKfilSLATIVK WIIIO STATU
to imbibe any liouid. It was devoutly
Ulievtd iliat ho who ate gooe on one
tf these black days would surely die
within forty more ; nnd that any little
traneer who made his appearance on
day, may easily be traced to its pour:c.
It undoubtedly and confessedly has ii
origin in scriptural history: it is the day
on which the Satiour suffered. The
superstition is the more revolting from
. 1 . .... ? e .1 . ..
. .. . ..'i' i J!- .. I il.t 'ireiimslnnre : hiiiI 11 ls nalllflll to
one o the rfiM airi wouiu urciy uie u. - ; ' r .
alnful and violent death. -Men were fur- find that it exists among persons of ,1
il.tr enjoined to lei blood from their' ueat.on. I here is no branch of ihe
rirht arm on the feventl. or fourteenth ' public service, for instance ... which .o
of March ; from ihe left arm cn the
tkvc.ith of April ; and from cither arm
tn the third or ixlh or May, that Ihey
Right atoid pestilential diseases. These
barbaric observances, when brought be-
f"re people in illustrations of the men
1 much sound mathematical knowledge is
to b found, aa in the Navy. Yet who
ure more superstitious than sailors, from
the admiral down to the cabin boy 'i
Friday iulalitv is still strong among
them. Some years ago, iu onler to le.s-,
Tin: Sciiooi.-Mi.sTi!i:ss ami nr.i:
Cam.nt. Fkii:ni. One of the most
I ..,,nl ,! II,. I II . I II II ff I J .iff.' Illlll. I 'lttfinllT.1ll.lt I It'll lt I I I'll til. I lllCU fkl' L:f-.il II t e
of which we ever heard, wa- re latedto must stand by the hw. We have CONVENTION,
us, the other day, by a mat ress of the sworn to maintain it. it is expected Pursuant to notice, a convention
neighhoihood where the finale of the that the citizens of the lice .States ' 0f the Whig Members of the Legisla
melancholy event transpired. should be opposed to slavtrrv. Jlut ; ture, and oilier Whigs ac.hled at
A iKtiiiiir Isnll t mill t.t Miii tinrllwirrt ... . . " - . . .
"J j ..I ,..v HVIUII.III with the abstract nriucmles ol s ave-: r he State Hone in Moiitne her. on
ry we have nothing to do. As a Tuesday evening, Oct. lo, 1 &."(!, and
jiolitical question theic could he no were called to order hy A. 1 Lyman,
difference of opinion among us on the Esq.. Chairman of the Slate Commit
subject. Hut our duty is found iu ice, and otganized, by the election of
the constitution of tho Union, as eon- Hon. Ciiai.i.s P.wni:, of NorthlicH,
the peculiar object of his regard, w hich strued hy the Supreme Court. The a3 Pres, and I). W. C. Cl.AKKi:, of
soon unaccountably increased lo such a fugitives from labor we aro bound by . Hurlingtori, as See'y.
degree that he could scarcely hu beaten the highest obligations, to deliver up On taking the chair, Gov. PaI.ni:
irom uersiue, or pieteuu n iiuui enier- 0u claim ot the master being made : toai e a brio and pertinent address.
and there is no Slate power which when the Convention proceeded to
can release the slave fiom tho legal the business for which they were as
custody of his master. The chief semblcd.
glory and excellence of our instit'i- On motion of Mr. Colburn, of Cas
lions consist in the supremacy of the ' tleton, it was
laws. We arc instructed to revet--' Ordered. That a Committee to
lion, or an
towns of this county, while engaged in
teaching school, the p.Tt Mimnicr, a few
miles from her home, was singhd oul,
towards the close of her engagement, j
without any apparent inducement, hy
the dog of ouu of her employers, as
aatwit- ' .it.
. . 1 - r II.- . . . I lint '
uldirkucof iheHocieut. are conM., ,l 'e"" " I- T.
trssl ,t once to be pioof oiuve of their , sni . miou.u oe ,a.u uo
atject condition. 'Ve lheru,ion con- and launched on u I n ay ; that l c
pltulaled ouraelvc Uon living in the , bul lled "1-r.dii). and that
KiJkJ. aueh foolbl. .be should commence her first voyage
kaps our van
H the contra!
tittn oor own
ik)oTt, and the
tt iiib- a i.i ...... , . ,,
tale a vaue on a Friday; nor1 meant to abolt
ouU ibe on any account allow her j lost -
ing the 6chool-hotie, lo which he daily
repaired. At the terinidation of her
school, which tho left in failing health,
when about to start for her paternal res
idence, tho dog gave signs of his deter
mination to follow her, which perceiv-'
..... ..I... tiirni.fl In flu liwlier. lltnl fclmtl
il, cn ... .. . I ... ' , .1
til'ected n purclmso of the mutual, which once and obey them irom our earliest consist ot as many inemtn r.s ar mere
now joyously attended her home. Ilcr years. And it is this, connected with aie State Senators and to be nomina
lirst words, on entering the Inuse, were : faithful admiui' .raiiou of the lav.?, ted on the call of the several conn-
" Mother, I have come home to die, ( which has given secuiity to j crsonn ties, be apjsuited, to rejort the names
and have brought a friend here to watch and property, Uiryugliimt the wide of suitable persons to constitute the
over my grave." After making this cUt.llt 0f country. In this consists Whig State Committee for the vcar
remarkable announcement, she iimmedi- jn ft t &c,ne stret.g'.h of ensuing.
ntely tk lo her bed, and sunk rapidly ntncnt! AtJ j wc gh(ju(, ,JC Thc. ccnlttit,s.wcre thereupon called
lermhlffi' Hi tl. t; careful not to tteaket. U I?er. There who,, the Nominating Committee, en,
whole sicknes., the faithful, and evi- is enough ui the general nsj ect of t,s'i..g of .50 tntmber., was apjsuntcd,
demly sorrow-suicken dog, neter, but our aflaits ll nott) alarm, at lcat to and the committee thereupon ret.ied.
V .;., t..i t r, ti,..,." l-ft 1 1... ai.-L- n luiomsli. us that etrt v cord which and during their absence, the Hon
lur it it" ........,. - .v, ... ...w --i ;,, , . .. . , ..
intro' need in the other Mouse, an
eouhl not be entertained iu the Hen
ate on account of the 11th joint rule.
l,'stlt(iuint. Ity Mr Parker, that
the Srere'ary of ihe Senate ho direc
led to ay for such newspapers order
ed by Senators as are printed out of
the State ; and by Mr llollirook, that
when the two Houses adjourn to-morrow
(Thursday) night they adjourn
lo meet at 7 o'clock in the evening to
hear an address hy 1 1. P. Tliouion
upon the early history of tho Stato ;
mil referred. P.y Mr Everts,
Hating to Rutland Aqueduct Co.,
to committee on the judiciary.
I't tilimtnifrrri'd. Of It F Lin?
don and others, of Justus Collins and
others, fir taxation of Hutland and
LWhitelnll Railroad Co. to committee
" Tuni!.AY, Oct. 21.
inhabitant or tax payer of
ui li county or low u.
I'ruvidrd, That nothing in this net
shall authorize any (-unstable to serte
any writ execution or other process iu
any oilier toun manioc iowii in wnirii
he is constable, excepting in ea'es tvhei e
y law coiiri.'ililf now hute authority
to serve w i il-, processes and executions.
Wi-h.si sn.tr, Oct. Ii.').
Prayer hy the Chaplain.
I'ttitwitt rrjerred. Of the Execu
tive committee of the University of
Vti riiont, praying that the State would
di-charge thein Irom the ih lit due the
Slate school fund ; to C.imiiitce on Ed
ucation. Ilnyi-iimcd Hilli. Ineorpirsilitig ihu
PeojdoV liiuil; at Di-ihy; extending
ihc- jiiriidiciion of she. ill's and ronla-hie-;
a id exempting certain plunk road
.slocks from taxation ; pus-id.
J'roni the Jfijiite.-'Vi protect liph in
artificial ponds ; to judiciary committee.
Relating lo dillie- of superintendents
of common schoi Is ; to committee on
education. To regulate ceriain ollicc J
and fnlarii-i ; to coiiimilte': on Ihuince.
Prut id. ng for the appoiutiue.il of jail
comiuissiom-rs by the Uoternor; ' ( tructui" the iudie'iarv eomtnilteo to
miiii in! a a. a. on mlimorv ? ".. i
l" ' 1 ....nn i... iiln t be e-.tt.oi leiiCV O ejL'lb-
: . v ' - .. - :
Privr by the Chaplain.
l;,;l,din. P.v Mr W
h-liiiig houses of correction in each
iiui-.si.. ' s- , i
Priver bv Kev. Kli Halloa. " ai.? T " p
IttiUatfrii. Uy Mr. Iregorv, that ! Ia relating to pui.ishmeut for theft
an .ipproj.ri.uiou of SIOPJ per tear be , no as to punish lor the second offence
riuidi! for live t t ar to the Vermont I where the atlloUut stolen is IcSi than
Si:ii A'rk-ultuml Swietv for the pur- i seven dollars If.' cOtiliii"mllt to hard
1 . .i . i .i. I . .... ,A....il,.- l.f.i.l Vn .iru.i iili. I.nf,j VI rtl. .y. t In. 1 ! Aiii-fs-Aiitf. ttee I
I rfiltil eiilltanilV IVIIltf OeifCllV neitr IIIO U 1'13 U3 IV.CUIVI Clivwu wv cumuli.- ir.lllli;.s ..I'.vuuiiJi niv .wi . v ...w... i r, . ... - .
j , . , i ,',.. .titiii-ii te n v--..., j j C2 j j w " . . . , - , ..... i r i... i.e. i r..... .....I t.. in. t.t . l'..... . . . . ., in,
on lauohesl at ; and prr- on a rnuny. j,caa 0f her bed, and feeming but too' encd. from the lid Congressional district, , lf . ., lurwlv (,Vf, r.
itrii not a little ntlerd.capiaiuwaaioii,.u ..u w.. - wU.n ..it, t0 iiL.k i,cf rt.cmi . i regard to the arrest of fugitives and Hon Samuel S. Phelps, one ol ' '""" rwn rrmrtj. v. uw. v.
which prcwntilelf,lM:.t name otrrmay; occasionally cxiended from bhor, the law does not impose the Senators from this State in Con-' 71 T.Zl lv he . S,ut,"..a"",T: 4,IC , 7
highly cultivated wn-'u"' W"".VS. . . . r... .. for his tender caresses. As her nnai jmica 0n our citizens geueral- gres. being called for, addresicd the ;" "..,. :.. " I , " . J. f..t. V, .m . n'M" ' '"""'
iclud ..aloof oorau. s became indillerent -t,-, ar(! n0, hiWlcJ froal Convention: " " ' v 1. olbo f Sab.burt. . tee ot, agncu tiue. f f (
Vn. .1,, not undo J foci exercising the ordinary sl,?ritiva of I 'JVno ihal Hhas X liat,, .laieWtoWy , 'X X
i rt... i:.;.i. u ' v i . . . t v.. -i i. ansreri ' tnr.ir- i imtrtniti . it r i.eiiuin. rerionen ..." t ..t. i.. f. nit... is i .. t it. -o uvfivmi ... . - --
SlI JIIO llllnJ I .. I t. .1 ....n..l. liVWl"T.S,..e...v. ....... ... v. Ul 1, .111. Ul II.. Mill I'V , . .
. - . . J r to ocmnrchend, he continued to watch ' . ...cr .t . .i . r I . .-n..- a., u'l.t.e.... c . , .. ' i -.-. -.t.t,r.vi.il Inli. relatui'' to rvi
Wa ncTCr, 111 ltl, lit."" , . . ,!.. at r,- timi. n. inn , UllU "I ,VJ miu livm iiiw "' mi luuuniiiq f ..i D "' il.i-.; ui mi n...; ,." ... I.
t....i.:i ; by the eorpie.onlj at one tune iratinBi j ,..j ,.; t.,. ; .:,. r.lr ,u ,, ,vMr. ,.. ihi-; .i..,.ii n, hi. no.-,,ioii bad uurm-d women, exempting p
i.fi.tt.li.t-. s Miss Nit.wr inter-. ".".a .,,,a,V. , .V..";? . "'r . f ir,..i ,.,,, t,. W forbidden! :.r,d for werfl uoardmouslv a. pointed : forf.!ii..-dtoihetate;alopt.d. Hy Mi. , property of married women a-
'-J i. . ', e whicn liaa arnvcu will! llie cjhiih, .s-. - - . .. ........ ... . ... .. .. ...... I..: r uli-i.
i .1... .1, .l.ia , It.it. ,lti tw ..tf-t.rrtt ' .Oil A III. i I. 1 . Illlilixnilll. inn." iimwi innii .....,i, '
kosn'tT Mary lo be married on that
dar of the wick. She bai great pity
t-r the jKXir Ked Indian who will not do
eeruio things while the moon preset
actrtain aoiwsaiunce, and w bo attach
all sorti r.r rvntTEt-i to oour dumb brutes; I
m If Lrr rati .im more than utuaULe he
. . . i .
enclosure l itis M,ves to it ) one a just ground of
;ome- complaint. He is only to refrii.n
pu the WBrnitiiT, and abandon the
irip ihe bad promibed berstlf on the
Miu Nippers lubKribe largely lo the
fotid for eradicating tuperttilioul from
W tntnj of the wretciieil iabaluUnti
KaaWMskam4a ; aaaj whilo the 1
'W.Hnf Uat) adrantarts to bo Atrivesl
Ivn a inUiionjotae South Soa lalanda.
undiaciplir.ed and extremely weak mm d. . c -Jily tU' , aIl rnc;
for, if any person will sloop lo iroi k ., - h ,
arii her on her aversion 10 wiwua. , . . , t - ,.r .i., i.. i
" , , ,i ,l Ic.tl. nl How IK.-CU iiio.it: aaii ui -jruul all VAUICI9 nuiauviiui liiv " , ,
mVJ?V I r'il'Vir lll?cl1 ! t5 . M oat be " which operate! to the injury of his J
'irr-S IUua lutrihip'r No
. the two jrrtalesl eaiamitiea oi . , , . , -,:,, t. a,. . . . ,. i-i... !. ;
ar Ihe Itvo i-realwl ealamitiea i . e. j o CXJtwI,je 0,
life 5 imo. o, wnemer . , e ncx :uropei Ugwn ,,
ion that Mmway i sel an, n '. apfH.arctl t0 iwp,cl ,l,al
K-berao of Nature, so far as it ro.icern Jo aand a icxatiot. He
kr, in a black eharacter. W hettier nJ Umvd ,
for Ur ioaignlacanl aelf tbere m i j b ihe whkh j,,
cxal Jay aveoineJ ! Mr. Ur.n . J m h hl wl fof j.
udi a trtg-ndcd oaw, that we j
HAN'L A. IIEALD of Ludlow
J. II. HAiU'.ETT,' !'M''Mir',jry
11. Jl. STACY, of Uurlitigton.
V mfr:i II of jail eoaiini..k.ner. hy the tiov.n.or; , " , "
The President mtrluccd the Hon J,. bv M,r, V.,il and Colby. !
Jaw abiding man can so c-Jiifidcr it. Mr Little, of Maine, ttho ma-Sea j by 'Mr. K-lhgg. and pos.tr.1. , luiei.oei.i , paieu.
. ...!.. . -..i.. .. i . .i..,'i.jr.r.K,i iu.,,.i i,Imh ubeti no " ' .ifu'ii 1 ud relating to bat
which the bar forbids, without striking 1 motion, the Convex m adj ;umed Jtfpor u o f c,mmiJ Hy general , J " u f
during the estion of the II"-e when- r,,T j,er l.rj,liatids debts ; toCMOmitteo
exer buainess rcrpiirts ; laid on the ta- . u j I lieury.
blc 7.';.-r,.i' IS'illl. JUlatitli' to
J'nyrourd Mil. For appmutmnn , co s(.imU, giving teleetmeu
vaeancic of f n auf.et
i -.iinil Ainrit'liti" an
vim a uy Jir. r.r. igg. am, ,..... . , , UUUTj1 ,
-.i : .. . . .
at tLe hose of society. If the law
le unwise or impolite, let it be chang
ed. In the icode prescribed ; but to
die. committee in favor or mil lot ihe pio- niswn, !",, "...v.. ..-..
CIIAS. PA INK. President. . ctuia of ti.h iu ian.lWal r-on l.; d. dwtnets ; pix'Sed.
W f f'LAKKC Sjcretarr. ' ercd to th.rd readm; Hy iht: i.-tme The H'UW aniendcl the tnll rU-