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err orosj. niD&s.g auuni -
luch U allay the limit ) ' '
stA, J Ul jpretl Uioe oho drink
it t"C wfi 1 1 I no I
lt; iVPffStttsiauf intellectual cul-i
l ,tir, l ltb gtM'. liMlth l O.iU
kind, tstVri dear bit siun, btitigt
tj to life. and I'Tttthrt otrr ltu
dm. ay a deep tct".e. (J
atl drink IbtrtfrT.i, ihoa whom f-t
tune ntt favored, and thou sl'
oon feel 0 M!f t.ch ! Thou mates!
3 (ir'Jii laift the cM and find thr
wlf c 1 1 rv hi!c a. botue ; U tsm'
c ua! tlmrlf In Ui h
. thrc! lix'.iuc-, tiili(jiii(.i', hfvri.
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r -iifi t. o.i that I vo-ilil rUtr.
he 1 am Im1 In in the -rat,havc
-!(." 0110 in Iim manht-ol tAn'l oc
n. ami mv! "Thcic lic ou
wm fa rr.il frcni ti ir,(: ho Vindl?
anJ rivalflv anicil roc of t)i iin '
cn of liif vmiri : no nnr y.r.r it
i -t he ile i m t'tn of nc'l ; I
n' .it I am t him ;" or 1 oid rath'-t
i ,( i lu.r w'rh eholing utter
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me in mv afihetba, he round von, my
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daii'hti'i. iliaiii.v home in a ri'ii-rc
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Uhle nn.1 tirtioua fajnilv." 1 tav
would nlhTtbat niich .rw ihould j
t and at mv grave, than to hav -tect
i ii over it i
tllft tiei'ltirulV BCnlptUI uiurie-i im iii
it of i'iri.wi or !u!iit.i"fl' u""fc' 'u1 ,,e anucd, and
i 1 monument
suable. The bean' broken utter ;
mitcf of the n section of ral kind
ne. and ihu tcarj of grcatful ntrm
orv -!ied iiiu the gste, 3r mote
kiibiablein my evtitiisason. than the
ro'i!rt cenotaph ever retted.
Mil. I'ATISGtON' f'.l' IH.IXC IK Jl
ill uuv. "I never knowril anv tiling
C.tinri liy ,-ing oo much of a huny,"
tiild iln'ol.l Udy. "When me and mi
l.ar I'aiil wai niirri'd, he a in ucli
ii iripiduliou llmt he ramp nit;h marry,
i' on- of the b hhimaidt iuitead ol
me by mi.ulir tic wai ueb a queer
mnii," lic -oiilinu.l ; "why, be jined
i' r lirrilrpnrlinriit, and one nlglit in hi.
Ii irry, I..' put bi UoU on uilu.rl
a niiil m lie ran fcl"njj, every lmd
Ui hind liim ?nl (rippidtlfl; The pa'
lr .is full of erowner qiiet on
It kcn h'pt and linibt for A tteek ufter
anU" and he rcltpseiMflto an ab
(Ir.iclion on the Hps and down of hfu
Ni.n-i vi r.lv A man eats un a p-und
i-f -ut;.ii, mid the plcMiiros h nas enjoy
i 1 ii ended ; hill tli" iafomiali'in he get
fro ii a newMpi.T i treasured up in the
ii.uiil, to be um.i1 wiienevcr ocriicin or
ineluuiion call for it. A ncwpaiivr ii
ii'.i lite wilom of one man or men ; it
l the wjiduiu f the age, of rut age.
i . A laiiuly Aiiiifiiil ncn).'ijer i
ImIT an sge 1-ehhid ihe time, in giuer.il
iu'"rnianlion , li'MiIos tliev never llniil.
much nor fuel much to think aliut. Aud
tiiere are ihe little ones griming up in
ignorance without a SaMc lor ri-aitiuj.
Hi'sele? ull the.' evils the.e'.s the wife
who win n her hand in livr lsi ; nud noth
iog to amue her mind fiom the toiln und
ejru'H of the donietie circle. Who, then ,
v mid le without ,i iifcw..ijvr?
Fun is in Sn. .loiiv Kua.vki.in
(.io.iman.hr I"ortlt. It. N.. bo l,aJ
1 teiv reiurniil lo l.nalnml.in ihe I'rmee
Al'ert, from his lenrrh for Sir John
Franklin, arrived at PortsiiOiiih, Oil.
1 1, fiom l.ndon, lo have nn interview,
by iliui-tiou ol lhc Admiralty, with Sir
ijwaiii t'nrry, lhe wi-u known Arctic
tnvnjter, (now rujicrintcndeiil of linear
Jlii.pii.tl.) for lhe iurjje of e'phiin
i"3 to Sir Ivlw:'d,vvery pnrtieular uiih
u fereoce lo lhe rope, ranvn, store.,
, found st Cnpe Uilej , iu order lo
n-cerium hi opinion n lo briber they
1 id belonged lo one of Iht Mnje;lv
bij'S. Tlic f null i a decided cons ! .
licnonSir i;innl Parry' pntt liut
f I an (moe of Sir John Fsanklin'i
LitiKiiois. V youti iiinemnt
pit achi r, iu the couttuul liabil of de-t-Uimin
n jtreat deal alut lhe tVrciio,
r.nd rtpsxlully rIjouI the first cttioc iii
of iin, ubeurvel be wilnd to dirpl.iy
hit native rlmjuencc Ii) ckmI advaiit.ii ,
. . i
wa ouu iluy liolitiiig lortn ton miien
eonr'ir'r.iiioii in a country sthool Iioum .
-it. . ... i .. .i i...
iicocijimg warm nun iiiiuooi"i ;
urucevded.it ws not loin: t!or lie
reached )ii favorite theme, Mid starlt-d
otfin K'nirthinrr like the following style :
"Ash! m hen the wutld w, cn-.ilid,
aud lh Umt of the fitld, and fowh of
ltu air, and j niounced very good,
God said, t u iiinke man.' And lie
forntta .. after his on likeiie.', and
declaitd him lhe noblot of all lhe
woik of bit hand. And be made no.
loan alni, and faihioneil Let in tl I x-fc-l
nnaji of man, with a little vumu.
I on - - "
'7ril Cud far the tmialioa ""
thoutrd an old rimer, lo nt over in
I be fcrurn Conor of thr im, a. ltu in-
It rriiing lunctur of lhc ditoojrte.
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....J iniM. T.r MK-iAcr drou.l
lb udjrcl uhere he a inlerrujitwl,
tU a ntitr UerJ U alUide to it Jur
ing a iuUJvurot ra'udttr; ui fty yer.
If issa-rilteeu tfc.imtid d.4ihr nave
Mtn ai-firoi ''. by the Ls.ited
Sutel Gi.t't'rtitTicjit, for rortificatrri
it tl outlet -f Lkn CUmtliia,
AlTIMI'i I'J lll'li HA.i- itnv
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t .M:..,,.. N,.V .'most nmtciio''an.i I ainful afi'air
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-.let tn the onct tUflge. t North
HnH-..rUr -ti H-nrs ;
tbjr tjxirr.in-, ha ot h1j) rrcatcl u
( 1 in culeit vttl iti lli.il an'.
Uie dtirtwjniii Iohi, hul hi V
ihy Unnlv iti j rolmimJ gucl. Uic-ireumiUn-os
n ? leant them fioin
iwi y-irv. -itT iK.irlj folium .
-a ic fti.rc llit- kMf cf tin-
Hi.A, ltfd ii. N.uh Dai,, t
ficu irons uie .-iceping
.in o! Mf el. tlif I. sslin r ol tin
Hani. ii.l II..' urciiinjtantc 1
. . I l f ... a i .iit.i,ii. i iitii . i
hi.I hf.re the Jtrcetur, vlicn ik'w
r ki 1 n jvii ii w '
.lo unm lh Mfi. A walchim.1.
-Jr-tt titi minium f !. f,.lflifil A it toll
Ionian, to AuA the insutntiun M I
n. it. m hi. i itlir iaet it un it m-cni I
I . .1 I - i
u unknown U tlic j urtirs who cm-1
1 nr.. mil itnuii in imp I ariiMi unn rn I.
tciipUti-iJ committing a roliw-ry.
lor three nights jiftMcu witli
.ml any dt nuu;:rtiuti ahiust the
until Thurvly morninn aUdit
J o'clock. A, that hour, Mr. Hate
man -ai alaimeil by the approach of
chicle. .nch it'iiit-ea M ine J"rU
rod from the bank building, from
rtlneli I ur i'rioii5 alifihted, three of
them advur.cuu, nnnuentlv clotdv
rccoiniMiteiiug ohji-cts in the vicinity
-a iney ai '.'roM-iica tnu nanK. Air
lutcui.ni, Ueeming tlieir tiovemei.U
1 I I r
i "l ,l-,uu. rre! r-''1 lor n-
UmUiicc. Jhe trout door of the bank-
.ingioom is fiiiiii'ipally of glass, which
auu .i.ayi uaa oceu unproiecieii
"J" ahuttcr.1. lie iaw them approach
iu" . u "
nuulJ liKit the
lirst man that nt
lenjpt"d to enter
'J he three pcron
ut-ment. when they nd-
vanccd together, atid began tj prcs's
.igain.t the ioor. il,e watchman
reii'T.itcd hu warning, to which they
am no ntteiilu.ii, hul mainlestcd a
letcrmin.itiuu to force the door and i
At this moraesit, while the three
robbera were jireing against the
door, Mr Hatesuuu raised his gun and
tired, the bit! I carrying away a part
of the sash, and it appear lodging in
the body of out ol the party, who
after ruuing a ibort distance, fell to
the earth. His accomplices lied with
precipitation, aud jumping into the
vehicle, made good their escape.
1'hesc are the tuts connected with
the attempted robbery, as near nj wc
.uin )iwiu iiiviu , uui um ineiau-
cholyse-iuclto the affair remains to
bo related, and proves that oftentimes
truth is indeed stronger than fic-
The noise of tho gun awakened
Mr John l'agc, an aged and eitiu.a -
h e c tixen ot the v Ui-. who
the house nearest to the bank, and
only a rod or two distant. lie came
out, but did not notice the body up
on the ground, and relumed into the
house. Shortly after however, ho
came out, and uas proceeding along
in front of his dwelling, when ho
stumbled over the prostrate body.
He stooped down aud discovered that
it was hit otvn tun. He immediate
ly returned to the house, and arous
ed his son in law, Mr Weston, the
Cashier ol the liauk, and
they canicd bun into the house.
111:11 'tin was nreatliin;
senseless, and he shortly after
'V' T.I. 1 r . m m
.tenner .nr. vv esion nor .tr. J'a
then knew of the affair at the bank.
aud they at first imagined that he
' had received a stab in some nffrav,
; hut thev soon had information of n hat
The deceased was nnmcd John C.
Page, an I was iinmnitied. He was
about -t:i years old. Until within
lour ar live years, he has carried on
the biick snaking business to a largo
extent, and bUMumcd a grod clias
ficter. Iics in business are said
to have made him lather irregular in
Ins habits. He tcliuncd to his fath
er' a houo st me time r-ince. and it
nas L'ener.il bo. ed ibnt In. l.-nl
formed, llil. ft.iher u .;,! , 1.,. '..
piovuled liberally for all his wanL.
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oi cuurre uie i.iiasr created i.n in
teiin e.citcmeiit iu .N'oi th Dasivers.
but public opinion there, r.t least, iul-
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'" v piumpi -.mi uiai u.
cisioti of Mr Hateman. He is a well
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ov "n mi'i ii.j,vi.n:u citizen OS Hie
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uiti, aui nas no; longilUCC tile OJt-
ular commander of a military com
pany. Little doubt exists that l'agc
wa, the leader of the gang, and it is
iutiniJtcd that he knew, from over
healing conveieatious iu nhiih his
broiheriti law, the Cashier, took part,
the amount of mtcuo then iu the
it i t:i jr-scl that the unfortunate
tuats, when tic found hitiHelf wounded,
s.n with an tnienliuii of getting into
tiie houf of hi father, where he rc-tu-Ud.
He fell under an apple tree
nearly in fsoiit of the hoiue.
It u lu.ther uted that Mr Hate-
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""'' r d , charging ,he
niaiueti in Hie lemL, and did not
kno the tesuli ol the shot until nwr
lung, until which lime lhc dour was
not ojurJ. 'j Lijt, however, ecins
iiuite imsirobable, as the man fell but
a "tan uissaitcc Irota wlicre the latal
bol U .irtit.
A Lia iuir iitry was CKiinncllcsl
A Lor luir't. jury was cmiinrlltl
UiicJtijTjt; o rircuinstaiiCt, tnd
cvt Iriir.f luus. .vidti.- n:i nn
doubted. filv C".ticrat Vr. U.te
ii,m ft-n lit ldarre. M..1 lt.iv !u
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l"t.J.cri mm! i-tcr. m1o nrc
ait iad ctid.
' - jf:tiriil ofmsnyof lit tini from
UKSTItUri'lON OF TIIK HOSi,m fMl ,!wil Mr Willtr lll)(lrr 0,lcr
VIS -V?D ?.f KA1-If 0,M-1 oum,, , i,,t,
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l'ltOl'I'ltTV ' an 0',J,'f"of",h' c.inrfnllp. I!nt
. ... . . i i .i . Hsnifi-M vilieli wc nllrrl ujm)i the
At hltlr Mt J o clock xc'tcrtlavt . '
.,,., fire Li1jc out in" the nor
llhrn. cml'TlI.e Utmi ami .Mainr '
, Ka:l ltu:il Mcichnmtisy D..it, a 1
laro hrick builJiiii;
Kuth, lunnhij; jaiallcl wilh the ,
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1 unci., ui 11 u uiie xnc ruciiuurgnc-
j,,.. The ptimi, al ) art of u.c lare ,
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Mc. l!a,.vJ & Kcii.hM. ik-alor.
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; ll.l'l it MUCk III 'l',',VK!'J Ull llilllll,
I t:atlv vctieerinas, wliich nsexee?il
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inslv iutbtnuiablc, an tlic Ihinos
pread with fearful rapidity. In a
bout fifteen minutes alter the fite was
discovered, Uie entire building re
.unted one kheet of ilame, exhibiting
a confiagrntioii more fierce und
threiteuiii'' than has vistcd tliia citvi
for vcai. I
'1 he entiic fire department, with
numerous engines from Charleston,
Cambridge, kc, were promptly on
the spot, hut their exertions proved
of no avail. In about half an hour,
the walls, jortion by portion began
to tumble in, and this morning the
whole structure, with the exception
of the gable ends, was level with the
The freight house contained be
tween J'O and 40 fi eight car., filled
with all sorts of produce, merchandize
kc. including cotton, dye stuffs, and
' other valuable material, which were
all deftroved with their contents.
The lo in this particular it is difli
cut t0 0titiutte. The building was e
reeled by the Railroad Company at a
co?t of 8G3.500. We understand
.. v . .
there was no insurance upon it.
The loss of M-ssrs. Harron and &
Fernald in slock, &c., is eslimated at
-5O,0tX). They are insured for 18,000
$12,000 of which is on the Firemen's
Insurance Office, und 8C.00U on the
1 rcr. l ! iaii .1...
A large number of men were engag
ed this morning in clearing the track,
portions of the wall having fallen out
ward, und covered it lo a considerable
depth with bricks and nibbi'h. One
truck was cleared sufficiently in Mlow
; the I'ortland train to start at nlew mm-
i uses nail o clock. 1 lie trams liounil
inwHi'd were detained the other side of
' the brid-e. and nasscneers nnd bnguase
i brought over in vehicles. It is suppos-
I ed that the track will be fully cleured
- UJ' nn.on to-day.
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sue headway within the nuiiumc. oe-
fore hcing discovered. It is said the
depot watchman heard the noise of Ihe
names, nut attrinuteil it to me wmu.
It is mid that the total loss by the
above fire will not full t-hort of tiro
hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
The Lati: Qukkn os- tsii: Hci.cs
axs. Tliu KnulNh p.spers anuounei!
the denth, nt Oilend, on the 1 1 1 la of
Oetobei.of l.ouUc Marie Thcrese Char
lotte I-abelle, Queen of lhe Helginns.
This l.nly was lhe second child of the
late Kinc Louis Philippe, having been
Inirn at Palermo on the 3d of April,
1K12. Tlie Prince's Louie was a
most efliinahle woman. Iu her carli -
et yenr he did much credit lo the Iu -
lehit-c of her preeeplre.s.Maihimo Mai-
let, who bnd been recommended for tlic
po-ilion by Mud.mie de Genii, the gov-
ernes of IxiuU Philiiie nnd lhc rest
of Philip Kgalitis' family. She shnr-
ed .he forum, s of her fii.her's family
until the revolution of lSJO, when she
became conspicuou as the first nrince
of the French Hoval Fnmilv. In
1831, when Hel;uni bccauie an imlu
ieiide.it kinidoin, Prince Leopold of
Save (."obi.rg. the widower of the la
menied Princes Charlotte, of Wales,
nnd a cousin of Victoria and Prince
Albeit, was selected to occupy the
throne. He soon nfierwaids wa mar
ried to ihe Princes Louise The Queen
"f lhc H.-Iginns wa tint intimalely uni
led with the nival family of KiiL'hind,
nil 1 the King has generally .bowed that
he climated hi relation-hip with Lng-,
land mote highly limit that with Frnnct;
nnd particularly durinj the dicnrion
of the SpariUh marringe. did he and
hi ipti-eii lo.ik coldly on Imi. Philip
I'eV piMject. Still tueesi Louise mn
titiued lo he a devoted daughter, nud
when I.oui, Philippe, iu 1818. (led
croiwilc to Uiigl.uid,Cbiremont House,
the ptoperty of King Linjiolil, was pla
ced at hi dirto.al. The Queen of (hi:
l'ele.iaii was taken 'everely ill some
neek linee at 0tei d. 's hither t-he had
repaired for the bent .1!, of her benlih. '
Her eo-nplaint wns general plithi'i.
;i-.'oii)inni.d by much ulfering. Her
mother, Queen Marie Atiiehe, Iht bro
ther, lhe Duke of Neinourv. and other'
relatives, were ear! ruinmoned nnd)
remained Willi hei to the Ia,t
Henry Adams, eoloresl, of New Hart
ford, i'l,, wn letcntly murdered in that,
town nt the winding up of a social spree
A man named Ha;aid, and his wife,
villi Sarah Hetijainio, had collected nt
thr Houe of Mr. Walcrman. Sarah
quarrcllrd with Adams wishing to go
home with lhe llauird. Waterman
1 tterfcrcd, i d he and Sarah together
bruially mur.l.r.d Adjmt. 'Hie mur-
den-r nre iw iu jail at Lilchfield.aiid
ibeir trial will take pbec before tboi
t Supvtm. Coutt 111 Fcbtuasy next.
their trial will take place before tho
mi: ih tlam) iimi:ali.
TlinWIl.W, .NOV KM UKK 7.
Itrlmr nill fi'uml tlu- rrturti tnitn
neatly (lie i-ntlir iIMrirt, atut mfflrlent
lil.ow dial idc t-onlc5t h.tit rcruttnl In
(lie. vlcrliuti of A. I., llifitr. Tin? 'lc
'"',rn.,''u "". mi'"" "':,Uc 01 cl
"f 1 '"""''''. "!.
,,ce "f Wiii.l.un ctxintr, ilmt wc urr
rcu!t to u, m W'Ulft, is moM mortify
,0 flr,.nicn pl,
atul only i:mU
i ui"s 01 uic iiimihi
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i'rne, ni wc rrpartl n ikfrnt under
hi in irri ill 1 ir it 'll rv wp nil 11 11
the circtiuiMancc atleudcd with far j
more honor lo us tu whig".
Wc do not feel. a ihe Union Whig
exuhiiigly remark, ihul "(he event ,
ealU for devout thankfulness, und is fu-1
led to re-nnimule our confideiiee in that
'"eorruplable love of good order mid
Miund moral,for which the people have
hem distinguished heretofore;" but
,,.lt tllc. cuinl ll0uIJ r!ll,icr H, fiir
serve lo humiliate us as whig, for'
our inconsistencie., as to prove a
pr. fitnble lefson herenfler ; but we nre '
frurful "the end is not yet." We how
ever, ardently hepe that our confidence
'in llmt incorruptible love of good order'
in Ihu party, may be restored, and that
the pn.t may be forgotten.
This election has been to us, as doubt
lci it has to many whigs, a most un
pleasant one. As wc have before raid,
we entered this contest without person-
al feeliiie or nrt-iiuliccs iu reeard lo
lhe nicrits of ,, lwo riva, can,'i,lntl.,
r ,.a , , .,
ot Hie wills' party: they were both
,, , ' .
olJ aml UU,m,4,e O.ends-h.ghly -
teemed by us, nnd each enlided in eon-
(tderntion of long mid active service
in the. whi"' ranks, lo nnv niTic. r..t
which the whig party could bestow.
Again, in adverting to the means re
sorted to by one branch of the whig
party, we hardly know how to express
ourself. The vindictive neroonal abuse
j that has been oured iueessently upon
the head of Mr. Lyman nnd his friends,
i...i.i ..... i . r
" " 'rm "r
'"" """ ve congrasu-
'ate ouriclt and those who hove acted
with us in this contest, that no like i
, charge can he' brouht ngainst our see-
! "f the line. Mr. Miner's clmrac-
"ul UKK" i'visoo.iiiv saiuu
lfn lino 1. ...... ....... SI.. . -1 1
while Mr. Lymon enn say.as suid Hen -
ry Clay, that lit had been one of the
"best abused' men in the country. What
however adds lo the a?ravalion of llie
matter in Mr. Lyman's case is, tlmt he
lias been assailed in the house of hi
friend, while Sir. Clay received his nt
lhe hands of nn unscrupulous enemy.
Ml I loll v
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Wt Is. XI
1110 n;s7 io3i n n is,.i 1017
RF.NN I NGTON COUNTY.
A'hnKinn, r.". V, 17
Unset, s U!j 71
(itatienbiiry, 1 'j
l.tindi-roie, I I'j 17
Mnneliett.-r. S't lrt.1 A'.
IV I !
i"i s,,i i7'j 1V.'7 l".d 07
11 vrr, Vi
It'r ttiititil, 1 Jl
Wl VI I
1 7 j - .j ,,. ; j 1 fv.u. j nun, a 1111 iiui .1, .tiuyr. vj M TO
rm.ronl. 17 jis c.l '.' i;s .s p.-, 1 ' Oate, Jhstrict of Hartford. ip .,... 1, ',:...:,.:, -,..', "YW '"men 111 r
'o.iliney, ah 111 . 11 77 i.-,7 s 27 ' Liiiher Adam. Chester..7 Att v. I Z : . 5. Z. '1 .V7'.. " - .' r l'"'a. I'e took her to u homo
i, '. 'V. la?. '". i'''Jil 'i? -ILoren7oRiclm,nd.W,ods.ock..WerV: " i Z "t ..r' a .1 " . T'.. " " 'Prwiile.t to bolus aunt's who
S ;-. , 'i', , -It. . Siln. Warren. Ludlow, fioh Haiti t: I . ., I, ' v ' ;, r wus "I1 v'"i..ft w
.. .. 'ii 1 ... hub 1 um ciiy, in wa. Inki-u to lhe ,.,u V.n'j.
."""' ' a an la y.i - ihe fnmilv of n,r r: 1:... va tML,i , . . .w '
v!":;:::"!11:,.!1'' v. .?.!..:. . a manmissing. Kdi.orof heTribum, m :.r j;:1 'u,rn,s,:ul rlUa ucl-
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'i.i- m Mnnltx'llrf,
U.n5,in.t (V 1 1 HI l-Vi
li-nninRltin Co., 1'T ImU
Vi,1Uiii Co. llt-VI II3.
,Vuu t' 'lntlily, i."31
Ailit Miwt' .liiitlrlii r fl. 1 1
I. tn in iii.ii iK-foir in town
not yrt hrnitl from, A I
Oi.i.mion Ir.ox. The American
Institute of the eily of New York ho
airnnleil a Gobi Meilnl to the Glendon
Works, at Knit IJoton, Miif , " for
Loromoiivi) and Cnr Tire, and benuti
fill inecimeiit of Iron,"
We iindettand that un attempt was
made on Thurmlny night last, to rob the
Hank of Hlitek Hivcr, which however,
proved uniJuecefcful. A similar attempt
has been made lo rob the Well Iliver
Hank within n short time.
" i irrMiTiTMri fc including slupiuigcs, 43 miles per
LKGISLAIIV , mi(ir 1
Thetwo I!ou-s met in Joint assem- The Ilctlm, M,cpl in molion r, ,(
ffil".or7 Undon and Sou.l,a,np(o..,oad.80 mile-,
Steuben Uovee of HeiUl.ire Cl.i,f! ,H 3.4 'n'lu l(,r hour. On the Lou.
JuScl eiee'ed ;,V !oce. ' !!" ? "". W . 4S 1-2
Isaac V. Hedfield, of Randolph, 1st " TJ: '"it ? !,'"' r0"5'"' ",m.
Assistant Judge, elected viva voce.
Second Assistant Judge.
Whole no. of votes
Necessary to a choice
Milo L. Hcnuett,
Daniel Kellogg was consequently e
lected. There having been no nomination
made of Cireiiit Judges, the joint assem
bly adjourntd to 1 1 o'clock a. m., Wed
nesday. County Officers, 1850-51.
Nut linn I.. Keesc, Aniilant Jtidget of
Calvin G.Tilden, k the County Court.
.. . .i;.i ii.i r i l
ntrymuur, iiiionieuury, juage
of the Probate, Viltrict of Addison.
Harvey Munsill, Hristol, Judge of Pro
bate, Jhttnct of r airhuveti.
John Prout. Snlisuurv. State's AttornevA
ii,. ;.i s r'l.i.mi. Mi,..!!,........, va....--
' v. lawi, t.aiunn.iinit, wh'uh.
v. v..Mnu ii:h it;t::v
it iniuu:iiii virji.uiiu3 4iyrs .j'tai i lf j
Perez Harwood, ) vlMi'sun .Indies of
Cyrus Farwell, j the County Court,
Leonard Snrgont, Manchester, Judge
of Probate, District of Manchester.
Klijah Hurber, Pownal, Judge of Pro-
bate, District of Bennington.
Hurmon Cunfield, Arlington, Stale's
Jnmes S. Merrill, Uennington, Sheriff
Gurdon H. Smith, Manchester, Ilioh
Elisha Allen, Assist. Judge of
. Samuel II. Kellogj;, V the Co., Court,
Harvey Hulton, Wnllingrord, Judge of
l'robatc, Jistnct oj KuLlantl.
Almnn Warner, CalIeton, Judge of
Probate, District of Pairhaven.
Kzrn June, Hrnndon, State's Attorney.
Jacob Kdgerlon, Hutluud. Sheriff'.
Levi llriggs Hrnndon, High Jiailif'.
J, ) Assistant Judge of the about the face. Rlood was traced from fnend vouches Tor lhe truth uf the M
, County Court. ; the bridge to a patch of woods alK.ut ten low'"o "ccount of an attempt lo ruin a
Royul Tyler, Hrnlilelioro', Judge
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j-robate, Uistricl of Martooro . tier took plane, and from thence tho body
Abishni Stoddard, Grafton, Judge of w.i dragged to the bridge and thrown in-
Probate, District of Westminster. to the river. Suspicion rests upon a Mr.
George It. Kellogg, Saxton's River, Rufus Flanders, with wIiom: wife the de-
State's Attorney. .ceased is said to have carried on illicit in-
Chandler Pratt, Wardsboro', Sheriff. tercourso. 1'landors was present when
Kendall P. Harry, Saxton's River,, the body was taken ashore, and was ar-
Hampden (y'utls, ) Assistant Judge of
Calvin French, J the County Court.
Salmon F. Dutton, ('avenilinh. Judge
of I'rotKite, District of Windsor .
John Porter, Hurtford, Judge of Pro
Mil. S.i.as PAitKr.n of Lisbon. N.
.it 1 .... 1 . ... . ..
j it., leu uie nouse ol iir. James Koss,', 1 ' " - ".
'of Rutland. Vi.. on H. mnri,.
t hriday the 4sh iust., for the pur'sose of
1 proceeoing lo Ins homo in Lislson, mce
which time, nothing has been heard from
I him. .Mr. Purker had for borne weeks
I been laboiing under great depression of
I spirit, mi much so sit times as to cause
a partial mental ilcruniemenl, at which
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1 lunes Ins great asixielv seemed to b.
, to keep awny from his his home, nud
lo avoid all conversation, as far ns po. '
'?ible. In person he is about 5 feet 1 1 PitEsiiinxT ok V:xr.7.t.Ti.A. Let
(inches in height, weighing about 170 ters received from Liguyru nnd Potto
lb.; lor souitf year has been lfreatlvl Cnbello, of the 8:h of October, state
troubled wish a suffusion of blood upon ,'ir'1 everything in Venezuela was per
il,..!...,: ,1 .. I !...... a, ... Ti.i'llv Ir...,,..!! 'PI I..-.! I ... I I
1 the brain, causing a highly fiiithed couti
, leimiico n portion of the time, of quite
' 11 dark purple, color. When he b li, he
1 wore a black drc coat, a black rilk vel
vet veM, paitly faded, a pair of en.sn
I merr pants, green, withn yellow hue or
gold mixed, 11 black overcoat and n rus- "'S tnin d to the Presidency by lhe re
act valie. He bad n scar on his fore- 'l,,r,"J two-shirds of iho voles of the
head, over the left eye, caused by n cut electoral colleges.
when a boy. Mr. Parker it 37 ye.tr J
of age, ol strict temperate habits, and Tiir. Fun: at Fav Vnsvi;arr.
of good moral character, and lived
j peace with hit family and all hi neigh
( bom. Search hat been made for him
iu the vicinity of the Rutland Rail
Itoad ; he has left a large family and a
theVcJtlesl anxiesy to hear from him.lliUineM Irtion of the city escajed
j Any mformaiion addreestd to Dr. Jas.J""-' ravages of the flame.
Ko( U;Und, i., .hw. rorkt, r..q.
ptr 1,1 1'. C, N. II.) Hill be ,,t
tlinnklnlly iveeivcd. lie- BHierntlv
in the United .Su.cn w til ow(erNRifM
ia or ly noticing Above. i , I" , ' "ul iai.au
i LEVI rAUKKH. ifr North, l!oO milej cant of Ixi
1 October 29, 18.'.0. ! Angdw in SmithcTTt Califonrii, am-
I atom 100 West of the Colorado. It
. IarvATtc. A mnti deciOo lly oi ahMt iuAceowUdc, across UcUrts
Jn, robably fiom the. effect of,,0' ,0 u ilcs in width, there lo
drinkinc, mado hi uppearancu on the ing no giM, timber or Vrnicr in iU
rnilroud, nl Fitaburoli, upper awitib.J vicinity. The 'Gold Mountain' ri
on Tuewliiy morning tail. lie m u
Miiall iiuin,dreed in old milor clolbe.
without a hut or cap. lie wan unable
.0 Kiv any very distinct Hceunt of
at SliKkport, hiihind. lie nave ln
name a William HurM.imd ,tftie! that
he wa onu of the. Nermuda eon virtu,
lately landed nt Uahiiuore. ltu u
making hi wav townfd 'l'cxn, 0ere'
ho expected to gut employment nt hi
trade of itone-cutting. Jtalt. Co. Atr.
Srr.r.ti m- liumsu
On the I guidon and Liverpool road 201
nnle, the actual spied excluding stop-
pages, i it" a. 1 miles per hour. There
are five stoppagis. the running time
live hours, 45 minute.., and the nvcnvgo
Tt Z IW 'mica
PU0.i0?he London and Kxeler r-n-l.
lOJt 1-2 mile.-, the actual snced in mo-
.lion, is 51 1-2 miles uer hours iiverH.ni
l.ATKK I'llOM iii:xico. the iSew
Orleans Picayune bus dales from lhc
city of Mexico to lhc 18th ult. The
returns of the Presidential election were
coming in, but it was uncertain whetber
Aristn or Almonte was tho successful
candidate. The ft lends of both seemed
confident of success. Several of ihu
States voted for Santa Anna. The in- (;',t Mountain and vicinity. It is
lluence of the Government was used entitled 'the I.os Angelos Gold Miu
against Almonte, and in favor of Ariitn. ing Company,' and bun oris to havo
Chihunhun and Durungo are making a capital of 0750,000. It has al
nctive preparations to clieck the inro.ids ready sent forward a pioneer party of
a un iiiuMiis, u ,in ,ney nsivc
been reduced to the most miserable con
The Monitcur denies the story that
a committee from the Southern Suites
had visited Mexico for the purpose of
inducing Mexico to join a Southern con
federacy. . P""n" made R"""t
'the tjnited Slates for
not carrying out
, , c .
.Hint trction of tliti
treaty of Hidalgo
by which they agreed to protect the
fmn .er of Mexico from the incursions
in v !lSi n .i
lhe Leo del Comenco says that D.
lliomas Murphy has, been appointed
Minister to Great Britain, in place of
The diligence which left Mexico on
the 17th ult., for lhe interior was assaul
ted and robbed by four mounted rob
bers. Mvsiimioes .Muuuki;. A cold-hliKMl-ed
murder was committed at Meredith
IJridgo, (N. II.) on Thursday night, lust
week. The victim wai a nerson named
Ivl ward L. Davis, a young man, of 22 t' hut haste, leaving a part of their
years of age, whose iiaicnts reside in that " Kit" behind them, au.l without having
village, and who had been einplycd as an even effected an entrance into the bank
overseer of a gang of Irishmen, fur some ing room. It w.is a very bold attempt, it
time past. The body was found in the being in plain sight of" two Hotels and
the river just below the Railroad bridge, the moon shilling brightly. Cahdunian
On the right temple there was the mark .
of a heavy blow, also miiiio sliirlit bruise
of rods distant where it is siuinosod 1K1 nmr.
. . . 11
I rested before leaving the scene of death.
The Rociir.HTim Knocuino Fam.
n.v We understand that .Mrs. Fish
IT . -. ...
mm iier nro sisters wine v Known
I ers. nre feuarated for she nreieiii. Mrs.
. ! 1 1 ... 1 . ...... ...
u,u " ,ar . Wiis UM"",C 10 . 'h'lock'
cent wueii in rntniifit.v will, i... .;.i..
r,r nu uiiiicuii yon mas cor.' tlie
spirits coming from their "vasty deeps"
at her individual "bidding," as readily
ns they formerly did when iho thrto
lisjer? were together. Jlochestcr Adv.
The Miss Fox bete has ceased, wo
:..r.. ... ...... ,1 ... ' .,
HI IT IIUUI Ilir-.J, III IVC i:xiuuiitous 10 llio
!,U," !iP",tUA' knocking. She.
' IS fllwillt fllfcn In Imu v.. l.i.n i ......
is about also to leave town.
feclly tranquil. The elections hud been
comiucteu Willi great order and mode
ration, and the majority obtained by
en. P. G. Monairu,, die brother of
lhc nelual Prc-tideiii, iqipears so large
that there can be little doubt of hi be-
at Adsiceg by the Alabasna state that
the loss by the destruction of goods
und pro'Verty by the great conUagra
tion in San Francisco at over one
quaiter of a million of dollars. The
Tin: i!oi.t Moi',r.uy. TI Tr,
,u , f Vnh.lm fi
. .n . . i " rcr
v, . , , C .R0C,'MC(1 ' UoM
about -ttlO lect rather ntcetdv from a
range of hilli about a quarter of n
lhc fiu coniroic(, of
e I (i 1 . ' v,f '? ,enl"
Cl T x J 'V ,lc.ruUJ,c', il5
a!!a ,hc foM foun,, ot!, geticr-
ully ""g i ilrtaht or utr'mgn,
"wugh sometime allowing bulb. or
lumps like Ik button. It lias been
found by nnalvHis to yield an avcrngo
l 'J per pound of the
miles north of this moun-
tain, our informant tried hi luck at
digging in the usual California fash
ion temping oft' the surface earth
, an,l WM!lil,g llHl w,l5cl, ; j
HteK- abo ,,c rock. iIo AtlR Ulus
J'iAi Tor f.ur hour, obtain.
?A nbo.,U t.cn (:U1,CC8 ?f. r1!"" Kol,, tak'
mg on y the 'luinjis, having nothing
to waf ",c ,r"' ''. l'roliablv as
inuch was thui left as taken, lie did
' not try in any other spot, but has n-,
doubt that the gold 'extends .11 tho
way lroui Sononi in Northern Mei-
Co, to the Upper Saere.ne.ito and Or-
eg'"',!" Htnce of full eight hundred
miles. The rugion here ilesciibed. u
,ahout Jive liiindred mile.i from tho
nearest digains in
can not ho approached by less than a
tlioui-ainl miles ot actual travel. It
is very siear the boundary lino just
established by Congress, between
Utah and California.
A company has been formed in
crtn raiicisco, expressly to mine this
ano liusulrcd muicr3, ith iiuplcments,
provisions, Sc. Iho man arc well
provided and armed, and aro to lu
paid ( per day 'and found.'
HtitoLAiis Aiiuoasi Aoii.v. Another
atlenipt was made on tho night of tlm
23d iiiM., to foreo an entrance into tin.
Wells Kiver Hank, tlm t,.irt i.-nlnrs i,f
wi.:L.i. M ..omninv!1,p, , ... iir ,v
i i.v,. ,i, iiui,: .-;.n
An UM'pllccl!K.fui alU.inrt mM Inai
k.hu,;ll v, ,, 3 ))V,0l!k Ww,IIIW,
niorniug, to fureu an entrance into tho
ank (f NVw1mrva, tivor. Tlw
mrj,ir, fom,., ; mitili((. hi . mtinl
oirUlll ,lcavy ,,, of ,
hut it being strongly .secured within, it
resisted further attempt.
They next nttaeked the outer door and
destroyed the padlock which secured the,
Imr over the keyholu, and atlemt'ted to
force ojicn the door by pryinjj with a bar
and cluel ; but the htiongth of tho two
remaining locks upon that door resisted
their efforts until they were discovered
al about 3 o'clock, when ll.cv dcc.iuuvnd
Stiunoi: Cask of AiisUCtsdx. A
young gin ot ilnungton, Del :
a "u gin, is nppcsirs, resided Willi nn
unc'e, who keeps a sioru in Wilming-
ton, aud vvns generally employed iu
tending the stole. Last Thursday
'"""''"g sbe received 11 noto lurport-
10 "0"e from n fesnale friend, who
WM "bout lenving for the North, nnd
WI1,(;,J to pec her at tho boat. Sho
went, and met lliere, instead of her
friend, u stranger, who kept her in cou
veisalion, representing himflf nn old
ineuu ui uiu saniiiy, ecc, until the Ixiat
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In ..1 1...
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boat by her
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' NVw York, the aentlemnn makinrr him-
sell scarce. On iho wav. howfver. Imr
disconsolnte apiraranco nttractcd the
attention of several benevolent patten
gers, to whom she related her M&ry.
Upon arriving at New York, she wat
juilnbly provided for, and n lelcgiaphir
message ilispatehrd lo her uncle; hn
,tr-'n-i,A ll.. ..mwI .t .j'.. .t it... , J
cinrac1CP a, veracity of his niece, an 1
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took ler home. Ar. )' Day I took.
Novi:l Puocminui'.r:. The Com.
inon Council of lhe City of Norfolf,
Va., suspended the s'alary of th"
Jayor, on account of his approval cf
a slave festival held in that cite. T bo
' Mayor HOW cornes out will, n'lr.ri.' 11
tliguant protest against tho action rf
that body, maintaining that every
alavc present had the written A
mission of his owner that tho W
inn therefore strictly carried out -nud
that tho council' unjustly arraign
ed, tried and found him guilty and
sentenced him lo "work for nothing
and find himself" or to resign his
office. In this emergency, he appeals
to the people. There was much ex
The bill to rntore Thoirut W. Dorr
to hit tights was defeated in the Ithod
Island Senate, on Friday yea I i,