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(u4on tiU UmV mi it mg.
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lb I'miuW Kul".
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t (f miMiV fravji II oh. JtAerwn Djim,
lwwn- -frf fawwily rtfJ en tK
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Mr I'll Ml .wocl 11mm, BttVlKJ t Vmb-
4rJ "lUfl lolhe (Wtf.
Thw wrtwnirtx tttttltklm!, ihtre
rnmtl nwli tat tin I'ukcr, NoUuarj;
iikn K etrf Men In New VmI lforf.
Tlx Hm4 w with jwjftrl mu
if kmiMatl, vlflrlt pMl iriUUiJ bjr
"tw miflilf lw ntf, li Ifcn uplnf
n4 Mrgtaf of liuxlitPH wtitn.
Tb" ri ul ununbtHMX wtt fall, pri
nlrtiniim wfr emmad, unj t fw
I'iMli wi i miller f rilmno aixrr
liluijr, n-l HvlnlUlitr4tiiiiuTiul(lfTi
ml Mifi. rMlonlljr, rwjbfljr mi
fil-fHoitl. ttv iJwrKWftl In tile ihinpi
frrtif inttfh Uifrjr mfrl to occur,
nmmtlf tlinc wrrp m rliituibin
'm of mwoi flnrelM.
At U 'Ut-, th wrlf l wr inlmt
M lut m oYlocli. I'Mip wrre rrowj.
Inj UilliroiIUli-MTfrlriiliiiKr!n lm
drl, ll efr lo ct !rbin of tlic
r-rU niI Un? Jlf,rm, in thr etntrn,
Iho iltti utigiKtl tu Ui " JutinjruiilxM
piwli." ii railcr, liQwetrr, wtj jirrv.
rental, irt UMiftMon woilh irMHilloniui;
MCtuml to r tln lolrrnt aivl bninljr of
I'rii4rit I'll cr w gtrtd In u p.
pfoi'iutr ik! )r(;nl Jilrftj .Mr.Smu.
wir , tit I'iwi1hI i'f lit ('ijiUl r!t
AMucMtion, wl.uli eliitcj t)ljr worllijr
llm utn n. thri oocttbm. Kin iOct, llio
l'rr4fiil il mnbri of tin ('bml
itMit, l.nlw mutntxl u
lf far 111 ilottKJfwtratkHl.
AlUWm!. 111? luilMin? U jrtl unfinuhnl,
tl uwri.tl.Mt Julf ofUi fw"!! ' U"
uockrl, Ihrrn t crowd In ttrrxIiiK
i-trf7 liiglit lltA-iMul tinjle licVclJ
w ne dwrnMil t( on Muikhy lul, inotinl
ing la if tikk hnii& ll;c ijuuitlt)' of
cn lif VcU al t SO iclt. Hthrr rom
fulUbl Uiiv for tlm "inilnccM" I. r. the
Tkini m im ilffull but Out l)t Kilil
I .boo will b tuOi iiitin; brvl-bj,
but w Biol J iwt Jn mWiJy lo
jit . Wail till luirtgi tr in ful
b!i!, uf tbe Uit ef Au(Uat or Him
In Htfitunbtr, uJ man will UnJ i prct
IT rJ tw ef I'Htlnc hit iiyMW)1'
woitb. ll lW(il and wail.
It ralbrr tnhfjrtiig to a the llnaoc
rf J- Uoomil 0i toatatj, wtutnl, bloa.
tnl U It, and rtidrntlf cl-y4 with Ui
riu.iun of urutrrtn) rmwer ul u
Iburni;, ran lit Ung bony finfrr into l)i
uuetambod bl of tu own forwanguin
mtM irmua, and full and jrrV and wt,
wiih an AltbinxvjMn -wjhMi"! Al
Utfwca -krtliftl lore" najr nA "foniin
ut" with ciaeu a pfMir on tit "woul"
BiaHwt.snd " bax bu " dni U) i1nund
a cbmirwT anxl It mpjjwd m) mltrd,
tbr Ii a tnttlrr of nKh uot wtukm Int.
urt in wbtcii lit enwimnitjr are inlrm.
llxl, ill what la to b lb i-rrl Anil re
tull uf tlltil )tU2 " boo tb tall OHftni
off" Vlin la 0it "i btMind" pwog tt)
"bitaf up V SU wW b n-adj; lo put!
lb HCwar7 wanain; lbl al) may "alatJ
trust Ubkt " wuh raftWlrM alacrity la pa
rape an nlbrtt noaiiudabt ai4 trry
TIk Uf )mM I MntiftJ,
;uny by oar Mmit In Maaant4aaU,
N VmV aj4 l'tnylini, bre lb
abKl will b tnOFt aanrrrif ftlt. S far
ai Vaanuwl ka eanVHlW, tb H1 tV
lb llt Vwl atta ftr-PM S1'"b
"illi a )" from Wft M rtu
rrln rand b attUtlrJ I MaW a
not tt tUl .' f
Kilt I'l-ai -tkor CurutumVMtar is CU
a, HctKjlrvy MaralttH, rly tlno
ttl, ta lb tib HaaoaaJtaima, la run up
lb pnl rtiar Vaof l.Kawu(, lo brio
lb UfaltaU f lb Maw-ittw dyouly i
bat lv ran agttwtii Nuar, vf w ar n4
tktrtaa., U. Hbn J. WalUr wait U
,va aMHuaj ut Utuu. U, uL a
'H tajk lb nf an baaaif of lb rtv
raaMannrtMaaafUt Muif dywialyi aij
wUrfa.k HawcMubwiiwn, la Ju ua
Vpttn rUai rvaul b Iwib putkw. If
MajaJoJI ba oar4i4 atb aU 14
Tartar!, VatU aboOd b lb Oatotw
l-l It. l i
- r . wvat - . vaaa MtinuB
kuobat tb airukg Tut wtj buy
l .vk la two iwtw aMoaag lbs OauMwat.
Ktiti. t.nVat lta aa am Knu
I'wtatt a J. Itlntuaafl
tvl,laaa)latata Uw rart laat tk atfaUatla,
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wr. latta.f laBrat llta IWt u ,.
.:. j rt iu Hut iftbwat aaaal wu
at . UUI taiatv la -fWuW
II waa tint ijaof m i autjtant; w ah lua if
t -id cbtlirraL
HatlaM OS.-, Xtt4. ;U M. Ull
mri.i-i atiui m-ii:i.
it Mf. A, ft riHtt,f tfc to,
frv HMW 4 as-try far ti llnmU, -Hktef
lb Wk - Wat-tad Vv )uwhf
It-tit eafttvvy atf -ro-etea retallr la t(
lafc.iwatesaij viwiU U i-raW'to- V tit J llt
ettlaiti t-Tt.nr- id "Bite tin
btl-f." - An etUi- tod -nV i-dy.
llr tit frrt Muh ti artwlt it
ftMtirl "a tatt the tawtiiii W Mir r-.
who H asilaVaatt-al In Ui p-fi (Jm,
llwrus t nitnii1 to lb wtsat-rUut
tvrM kJ V Im Mjii eat-are-clat!. Hut
tint ui mmM and matt itrJirltt,
l fWMf tMPtWU4 UMU llrf
Vlri4iH (Avawff nMll fntl " VM
Y," ati rii 4M in nn of Ai.-
hat Ulli tat wxar lit lrfa bHoepng to ,
utilhor, wr tut Um Mxaty ladiubtit l)rt .
"Bc HtHtd of any upictn tint inlciit
b lauilii; Uarr nltliie lo Ida
wttk lb anil bwt did rxH
faaal )MlM In girta UtC iunitd'lh rl
Vt wwilral brlf with ll rr-fWlbtn
tatat Uata Ul tOrnl Ui t I bluff a to rigfaU '
u MTwrtnal, ait.1 that rvHliinf fsrtbcr
rttud i Iwl In kmbin; ttirr our rielian-
( rtvcbtly, wltal alxMlM lar ua in tbn
fat frmii tin ebiwm of wok half a iiotti
of tliHH, but Ittal Mine fainliiar l wf,
WOUI.I) VOIJ ) !
I iiratn nn." j
and cnadllrd, w iih a conaiditabl uf a l)..ur.
b. to tlw ".. l'art .tfuttrti HorM and
VWi." In alcw of all Uw fact, ic ran
Itttl aiwad ftidlug aiul '&pmlnj( ftttutnrur
priMi itd the imir ft, in near of facia aa
amtKattod with route circutntanc, irAiVA
n'HMurr probably Ird lh editor of llio
Marital II oi 1.1 nnj 7Vani to aibllah llio
anklo and ntdU it h Al r o Wian. An
(tiptanalion mciim to bo rruued fnn aonw;
Wt, aitd wo ant ury aminua to know how
it ta lo to " figured out."
(TT Anwni; Ui nw Ihinja "aroond,"
about lima day, c Wrllcia an Omnibua,
nntly brouglil out by It. P. Ilicaa, lj,
Uw wKiltr and rMrgctie pruntor of
Waahinglon Hall. It la built in the mod.
rrn tylt rlrntly paiutrd ami gildnb
curtaind am) filigrccd with much taatr,
and cualiiiiiicil with an rre to imich com
fort. Such an (-rUbllahiiitrit i nilod, '
aittl Mr. llicn hu ahown a dgrr of I
tact and tiilcrpri in thin promptly meet
lii)5 a inlK demand, tint will bo ron- '
dd to by a ;'ncrutM palwiiajjc.
A report of tho aiuiitcriry rjcrciacii at
Troy Conference Academy will bo found
in our culutmu to-day. Although tho de
tail aru vjinewhat eatendol ainl occupy
eonaidrrablc ajace, wo feci confidtlit that
audi of wirroadera who were unable to bo
preterit on llieoccaalon will be gratified by
At we wrreiiittpmtenwocarinotfiicak
of tho tariou rianiiiialioiu aa we ihould
be plwd to, (I. e. from perxontl oWrva
lion) but aru aured by a gemleutan in
whofo capability and iiiinarlialily wo have
entire confidciK, that tlieae racrciae i.'aro
Midence uf my faithful, cloao and thor
ough attention on the part of tho Faculty,
ami atiriii, aluilioiu application on Uie
pari of tho pupil).
Tho report In another rt of tho paper
la from reliable and impartial hatnK
JI!(k ui.hi , iiu:t.
On Tuesday morning lst tin regu.
Iir freight tram on the Itutland Mid llur
luigton ltailnad waa moving north, an ac
cident occurred of hrail-rcnding ami hor
rible cluracler. When the train waa near
IVrnabiirg, the conductor, Air. I.vt iut I',
Warm a, of lhi town, wlto for tune mr
pna waa walking on tho top of tho can,
loal hia balance and fell lo the track, and
the train tawed oier ami mangled hlibody
III the moat dreadful mtnnrr. The right
inn, including the ahouldrr, the right leg,
including the Uiigli, and the left leg juat
below iho knee, sro completely aerercd
fnHn tho body prowiuing a )kUc)o of
Itomd glualluu-aa which word would fall
to decnbc. The unforlurule man eihib
ileal tome algiw of life by two or three faint
breatba, ami tbrn the eruahed tacr llick.
eml In Ibn avtcktt ami enured.
Mr Wta.ua waa a young man, ticirllO
jeara of age, much rrapecled by hia ac
ijutiiitaiicni fox hu decialcm of character
tftdconrct drfttxtinent. He Iranw a wife
and child lo loouni the bma of a kind hut
btltj and fither ; and agrtl pirenU and
other frirtvia to lament the iintiiiirly end of
atlutllultvn and b4oifa relatHe. The
cireumaianrea bear a atulder attect than it
bar been eur It to cam! em plate for a long
time, throwing a deep ahade ofgluom orrr
lit eiilire cuoutiumty.
Itit attavm Kicoan or tiix ItDt arir
r Au NiTioaji) ,tr l'art .'rtilt
(wtta, IrkVL (i. P. PiTt.au ii Cat, Crya
Ul Palace ami No. 10, Park Place.
A double uunibef, compruing Noa. I
and 11 of Utti above nuk, baa been laid up.
m oor Uble by Uie pttbluher. We hue
neatitrr taate mtr tjucc to apeak of it t!u
wk u lit tfteriU dtntandi but aw all be
cent eel wiUi romar king Out u h jtut ,uch
a wiiblicatioa aj we hire beata led to an
Ucipate frwn a peruta of ll pruatoea.
TW ttkutratamrta are baMt than any bar.
Wfcr print ad ui lhi ruuntry, and the let
tffarrw ia Pttjan'i ntvwt popuUr ttile.
'Jr r,7.'7! 7 ' 'lI,"-u-"'
Jr. araat. U. (tooitaicu. aidedbraMieM
-t .t. t " . , . '
Ki. W 1-J .. .t nwaber
AW, cumlej laxx. . b g
lattaia M.T ra vat Iluatoi. Howard
Maury, wba a artat in IVtatim
Ua 4hf dty fat eouMWfttluig, had in hia
pntrtmatcm imnalrr nf i'."0 baUf as the
(VatttHatmal llatA bf Prtn tiee, H. I, and
HWHita the YcniwM Ikbk,Mutt
aW, H btua " uC vhu. Prtdiab.
ly aMatt albrwe I St a ire la cirralitnan,
atad It wet b4 I b.A out tut Utna.
' as -w ta-".., , -taatc ua tcau,
a an tnutaatv. ti.xut Ut rbtUreii were
eatwabl llfatflai Tb t-Wle ap u
UtrtnBabwavlaM attar bvtue acuTaraal im
A Wax rwaMatwtta; iUm lanaay urn t
Uy, I fttatayti g t. Jtaaa rwlrr. flUU.
. lata, a abaa 4ntk by bgbluttg ai Ibe
I aataar ait), aul jrttlni itHrfri. tim-
tut iW Ur a.M U'aa. HaoMfJ, UxtW
Tb 6a ratut oTiwaxlar x.yiat uttiart
all iitaNmnJ ube afrti a -i 'Wn
HI TaaiBf aartvr ttawlrd Jl!
AkMVKHktni ::in-tr. up nun
iiir.niin t: At mikmv.
TV XVHifc ittfiNrjr f Trey Cno.
terntr A-Viv t Vn l'jgKiT,
pt twl fi. Tin lnli: l nnW
lW trwtj (if tin- Tiny Oitf rrrww f
IV MrJl- r.cTl 7ii.t4, tI H
q- tho Vhg rrlnwl tif lliit Anantii
fmtisn. Srij fiir ttno) ftulwit
lt cootMirJ rth lit Ik4 rinc
k fwiAnf. 0f llirwtii5nJ to)Tm
lot Wjra In UlrrUm faring llm ai(
jm ; IM IU ftrktinx rtiirW gtrt
! firxl nUnt f fbr bf)rtT "f the I'm alljr
I n4 Ui tfiwt'ijhix-w of tnet"0 uf-
i The fmtr conKJ on Man
' ilir, ll.e lllh, rth tl rxtmnntion of
; tip tlnt in Ihfl AiKK-nt linii)tr, nn
' d Ihr cti of I'iW. l?ri. I wJ tbe f-
I IffTkWO tr( tb lHf llJ- HCCUptfl lUl IImJ
drmrlHiftit f Mtlheawtlr. Tlw clrii
; rrj ttrtl tninJ lo ill (! niilimcnlt
development of Ut miml ; and a rare fact
nhffeitra llwdf in rmintticn with the re. '
I lew of thete cla ae, thai not a uigl fait-
lire or want of knowledge appeared
lb (tupilawrrc glu-u ctrdi prepared by
lite lbaardof KiamliM-rw, wiUi prublcmaaml
iturtlivnt. Kierything waa clearly tolled i
and gave evidence of tltfirough dieipliim
on the part of I'rof. Aluwi, the teacher In
Una department. In the evening, the An
nual ly tee came olt The large and aju
eioua Dining Hall of the Academy waa
fitteal at an curly hour wall the pmeiit and
former membera of Uie Academy. All
patml (ilTpleauiantly. It waa really a time
)fJ i 1 reunion of achool matea long
teparatcal the airengthemng of tlnjat liea
which bind pupila lo the plice of their
education. The lciee aflorded pleaaure
to all, and will be long remembered.
On Tuesday morning the examination
in the Modern Iangnigc, under Uie Hu.
jiemaion of Mr Walker, lite Pcrceptre,
occupied from H to VI o'ekark. Here it
: may not bo improper to mention Utat lira
i rliael of the Seiniiury waa orniuieiiti.d in
a neat and tutcful maimer wiUi evergreens.
Oier tho entrance of the room waa inscri
bed Uie nmtto of the I'hilomaUiean Society
in (treek "hslwr Uirrconnn all TliiiigK."
Directly over the platform the motto of the
Young Mcn'a Lyceum ".S'uoa tultorts, Seitn
tia, roniuil." The wall were covered
with itecliuen of Oil I'ainUnga and Draw
ing prepared bj tho atudenls inniiy of
them were worka of merit, and rcllectcd
great credit upon the young artliaiu if
wo may call them audi. Theao gaio a
pleating ilfeet, and were admired by all
w ho examined them, adding much lo Ihu
interetit of the occJiioiu
The aAcrmK.n waa occupied with the
Natural Science, under the charge of
1'iof. Smith. The examination in Uiia
department ciciled general interett; and
tbii audianee were both pleucd and profit
ed uy tlio exercitcK.
At 7 1.9 o'clock Iho anniversary of the
Voung Mcn' Lyceum, the oldet Literary
Society connected with the liwUtution,
took place. Prayer waa oftered by Kev.
Juar.rn Str.i.Lr. of Culleton. An addreaa
waa delivereil by Itcv. Hknj. LiiiiRrcof
Mudlebury College. Theaubjectwaji "IM
ucation,"and waa treated in a very pleating
manner. After a very happy introduction
hu gave a clone analyau of Uie mind in its
primitive elnte and before any iinprettion
had been made, tracing it until it had reach
eal It full develomiteiit. Ho presented in
utrong contract tho characterixtica of the
brute creation and man, am) the diirerent
change gone Uirough w illi, reaching the
maturity ol Uia facultiin and insUncta of
boUi, ami coutmucil tho Biibject by an
illut traUon of Newton tho boy and Newton
Uie man, ami the acheivcmcnbi which the
mind hit accoinpllahed amid the moat for
He next considered the DiMe, not in it
religious, but in ita Social, Literary an
pocta. To the Antiiiarian it waa ponsem.
etl of great interett, ami conld not bo din
peiMcd with aa an index to the coina and
intinuitiin of Uie ancient world. A an
hittorical work it it full uf intercit. It
contain! tonic of iho fmeal Klry which
luu ever been preented lo the world, and
it alylo aa a (nirely literary proiluclion ex.
ceeded all other that line ever been pro
duced. "If we admire Hcrodilun, Homer,
Shaktpeare, llacon, and Itockc, how much
inoro rhouldwe admim the Ihblc, which
rontaina moro elegant ami tniUiful detcrip.
Ibina greater beauty of alyle and aenti.
ment a wider range of Uiought ami rua
toning, than all ; and which gocw back to
Uio commencement of time. " Do you
cherith language and rtyle, draw from Uio
Bible the biwt letoaorw." 1 n the depaKment
of el(uence, It haa no tuerior i and for a
an illiutration of lliit, you havo only to
read in connection DemotUicne and I
aaiali lo bo forcibly cominced of Uio fact.
In lla uncial lcawomt, the llible ia replete
with wiidom. "If yon would become a gen
tlemen, follow Uie pallia of honor, graco
ami gentility, contained in tho wnlinga of
the inspired penmen, and you have Uie
true model after which to form the lnan
Iten and character which will not only tit
yon to le ami enjoy Uiit worhl, hut pre
pare you for the groat future which waiu
tu alb" It would be rain lo follow the
diacourte farther, and alte-npt to give any
idea of It : but to remark Uiat it abounded
willi thought! and letuuiw of wbulwn. well
calculated lo make a deep iinpreMion on
Ii audience ; many i(igcai were mark
ed by exceeding beauty of cxpraaion. It
waa received wiUi great aatitfiction by Uio
njience, ami added much to Dr. I-jbarro'a
rejUtnii aa a Scholar and a Cbrutun.
ii i . i .
tt l-unraHiaj iitijimng irXU 0 lO 1 1 O
cltrh, waa oecupicj in Uie eianiinaUi ,,f I
tlte cUt-tr. in Mental and Moral Philoao.
jdiyt Kltetonc and Logic, under tho tuprr
vukui of I'rof. W'tLira, Uie Principal a,f
lite .calesny. At II o'clock, the friend
.Utech...l,.m)cuina generally. ..
I t.it i tt . i .
, - i an u-miw irmrrai rrom the
,Ae u UIDm u Urt '
ri dUcipl.r of yng rn, an7.be 1
aitie of a practical education to met-t Uto
wanu of lite Age, and the connection of
I UUar aa Ute true baau of a tjaVutalic prac
j tie WucttKto. He ncbaiita) the alien-
tktn ef th lul aatetitblngr, and all wm
, awayprttatard by the plain ulk of t plain,
t practical, aWfodoealrai man. Many of
I tbot prniecit reuteuibcrej the tpealer
j wUBanpintieeboy in Peajitney, and
ntamfealed grrtt irsltreat in ill llul te a id.
1 At I I -II o'clock, I. M, a prucraaiata u
fwemed at lb Aradctsy, and inxrca)al U
lb MmboJiat CbuFcJi, U eiaWiral lb 'J4
AhtaHemry of tb Atamiid Aaaotuaikwi.'
I Tlte feMawicig orilef U rierrUe U,.
' tn-ed i
, Ohtiw, by W. P. C'tiaw 1 1 at, a
! NVw Ywf.
Patrw. Wy l!t At P. HivcmiK ,
Ww llairn, Vt.
Tb tmttoat jf Mr I attwtiaa ua nth
--a' II pant a t iv' lrl -U u bat A jna
Tjdaier. auj cB"d p nttny mwiriweeia-e
caf Vy-fow-Jty ("-nt in iW Academy.
I II Ibm pnarwbsl In an We ducuttttia
af lit I'ntgrraatbaa of the Age in all tboato
artt ad e truer and twprmcuv-tit wbtrli
are to grloal!y, yl ampJTrjibly mould
Hag lb IttttitotKKtt of far caauntry and
it a paplr. Tit orattoa watt prodoction
f great merit, chart and beautiful in ttyle,
rich ia thoorbt, ami delitrred lua plraaing j
and graceful manner, I
At tit catttrlution of the eiercitet, lit
prveraaaton waa refaanm-d, ail mart lied lo
lb Seminary, where Ut Altnnni' Social,
w bntlneet nHTting of lite Kaclety' took
place. Nunterttoa rttintenla were offered
and were rrjtnded to by S. W. ItaiT
nttai, fifj., I'rof. Join Nrwwa.i, II. A,
I'tawr.iTia, II) Iter. J. I'. YtTr.a, Ilix
ai Ct.at. 1j, W.T NicnnLa IU., tnd
other. A rert of Iheir prcareedingt
w awton It prrttarrd for poblkation.
Al 7 -'J o'clock, Hon. lluatcr ft air.,
ttl dellierial Uie Atiniteratry Addrewa be.
fore Uie I'hilrniathean Sociely, to a very
large and attentive audience, lilt aubjecl
waa " Author ami Authoralup" It would
be Impowiblc InaHcinpt an abttract of the
addrert. It waa a rich treat lo all who
heard it dclitered in hia peculiar and ani
mated manmr. There waa a vein oftatirc
ami wit prevailing the wliolc production,
that krpt Uie audience in continued laugh
ter. It occupied abtHit two hour in it de
livery, am) waa well recetied.
OnThurxlay inoming Ute Iridic' I'jihi-
bition took place. The following waa the
order of the exercie t
1. I' m a.
3. "II Kait Jour," lUier A. Harney,
North Ilmttick, N. Y.
4. Power of Sympathy, Mary Thotnp.
aon, Kurt Ann, N, Y.
.1. The Kvening of a Life Well Spent,
Delia M. Pember, (iramille, N. Y.
k Opinion Kindly Lxprcaacd, Liitie
llreetl, Crown Point, N. Y.
7. Thy Mother' Smile, Sarah T. Kip.
Ivy, Chritticiille, C. II
8. Daughter of Hermliaa, Helen M.
10. The Offering, Llizabcth Stowc,
Hampton, 5. Y., Agnea Hall, Poultney, M.
Adclia Ilraimrd, Ilridport, Martha A. Con-
verte, llridtort, Jennie Lyon, Charlotte.
13. Dark Da) t, Sarah A. Spink, While
hall, N. Y.
IX Tho First Death in Uie Family, Au
gutta Hooker, Poultney.
II. Chivalry and Woman, Harriet A.
Day, S. (Hens Fall, N. Y.
1.1. Maria Antoinette, Carrie Hale, Ccn
Hi. Music, Julia A. Hitchcock, Pitta-
18. Search for the lleautiful, Kclic A.
T liom.ija, Lt Poultney.
ID. VarieUe in Human Comlition,-!Iel-
en Well-t, Potillney.
liO. Tho l.at of the Stow art, Sarah S.
Jcwelt, Kemwln, Wi.
!ll. Deothof Abel, Klixa A.Hitchcock,
!W. Tho Star of Dentin)-, Ann II. Cram
UX Om! Yeor Ago, Lucy Wootls, Cr'n
Point, N. l .
1. Conmmnion with Nature, Mary K
a. Miml : Iu Preacat and Future Kcla
Uona to Tnilh, Sarah T. Piatt, (lleiw
r an, v.
X Star that Never Set, Sarah Dick-
X Oratio Salutatoria, Joseph II. Mc
Wicjiney, junction, N. Y.
I. Marshal Ney, Jacob Smallcy, llur
5. Ignorance and Knowledge, Henry
A. lloume, Hampton, rt. l.
Ik The Yankee i A Poem, John Pern
berton, Jr., Albany, N. Y.
t?. Ilyron, (Jergo S. llachcllcr, Edin
burgh, N. .
V. Small Thing, Joeph P. Ilirch,
Amatcruam, .N. l .
10. Jame tho Second, flrant II, llur
row a, I roy, N. Y.
11. laouia Nainleon,-Charle E. Simon,
Whitehall, N. Y.
18. Mtaic '
IX American Deatiny, Willard I
Hilclicock, Wctt Haven.
11. Cicero. Komeo II. perry Shorcham
l.i. a rota fur All, (maim by a ma
chine,) Dariu P. Shulcr, Amcrsterdam,
Ilk The llcfunnaUon, ami American
Irecduni, Philip II. Kineraon, WallingPd,
16. The Pretent Age, (teorgell. Hop.
IX Tlio Carlovingiaa Dyntity, .Ste
phen Clemtlw, ell.
20. Mecaulay, Charlea P. Shaw, Jay
'Zi. Tltought and Action: Their Pat,
Preent and Future, Thomaa (J, Morriaon,
liruruwicV, Ji. .
America at the World' Firat and
Second Kxjxwitioiui, Marcut P. Norton,
2 1. The Ideal,T)e Wilt Hooker, Ponlt
1. Tlie Jeuit ami Ute Puritan, Qiaa.
P. Ilrow n. Keen. N. II.
X " I SU1I I jve," laaac Allen, Pawlet.
4. Iiitegrityr I- (lary Whilney, Al
burgh. 3. Turyitin in lOtO ami liX, Keautan
A. Knapit, Crown Point, N. Y,
lb Mi aic.
Many of Ute ronipoiitiona of Ute yoong
Idie were brilliant production, and well
worthy Ute applaiwe they received Many
lave believed woman incapable of literary
am) Kienuftc allainmnl which Uve In
etcd with ao much dignity Ute intcllec.
toal piwrra of Man t but Ute apeciinena
exhibited lb the periodical eiamuutwna of
tbt Inatitutinn, hare tubdued incredulity,
la a meature. It ia one of the brighteat
gent la the rhaph-t of iu gbay, Uttt here,
fna the firat, woman haa ben taught to
think and rraaon. That the kaji been in.
vited to an njaxl participatioa In all Uie
bleating UaenUl culture.
TIk exhibition wre both wel txvtitiri
aad paal off moch to the aaUfaeUun of
Al lb clW Ute elereue of Ute fen
Uentna'a ptblbtUun, tanrtral valuable prt.
reta wrr navde 14 the tttcbsra, by the
latdeitt . a Ktblat wa titrated lo the
Kri. Jaioa F W'.Liia, Prutciptl uf lb
Aeaalctny The art-awuiaa was tud by
Mr 1'iaaai of lb grvdutliag chu-a, to
wkxli MrWaiata mpmtded la a very
bruf bait ferjio; ajh. Mr CO Wrtry
wit lltrn rareaa-nted la Mr Wnara, lhJ
preewptre, ia bebalf .f lite young ladww, j
a twautiful allirf taltvw. ;
Tol'rwC Waaat.i P. Ar-awa wb re
tire frtwai the I'Molty the tndiit teatent.
pd aereral elegant volume containing the
contplrte wtarka of Addimn and (Vdetvlge,
a catmptrte act of (Jr' (tertrr nf Plant
nimble work, ai a token of retpect to
a valuable and retiteclwl teacln-r. The
presentation waa made at the rrueat of
the ttadrnta, by Ilittr Ci.att, Ktq, a
fnend ami former college rlaiwmate, in a
very affectionate and feeling manner, lo
wlnrh Mr Antaia briefly but with great
The number ef graduate waa aercn.
Thu hat patteil one of the met intercut
ing examination orProy OmfereiKe Acad
emy, which ahould make all ita friend t feel
proud that audi an inttitutiun ia Ixtted in
The exercie of the occaion were en
lirened during the atuvemary by the While
The m-xt term commence under the in
itruetion ofthe preteut able Faculty, on
the '-Villi of Augub
Cttfiitiltftt t.f lb Kutlan4 lanat llrraia.
HMlnaon at 1111.
1IO.TO, July ll?, iat3.
Mr KniTuat I purtie, with your con
tent, giving your reader a concito ac
count of a day' experience in the biuineaa
ndicated by the above title. It ianotlong
tince, thai, filhil to ovvrllowing wi'Ji iho
dctcrniinalion of leaving my native moun
tains for thi itland city, I look the 11 o'
clock train from llurliiigton at your Univ.
ng ullage, and soon found myaclf, with n
parcel ol my lellow iteingt, lnrll along
at quite a rapid rate. I am a lover of fart
driving; and 111 enjoying it, inula forgot
for the lime being the w arm hearted friend
1 had led behind and the many places
hallowed by mingled amaociatinnf of joy
and sorrow. I wna evidently not alone In
my enjoyment, for I overheard a "firecn
Mountain Itoy " Hiving to n fellow pisaen-
gcr that it waa hia firat experience in rail
roading ; and ho accined highly delighted
with it on o very abort acquaintance.
Poor fellow ! he lillo knew what u in alore
for him. Hour oon wero hia vinioiMoflly
ing at the rata of tixty miles an hour to be
diasirated ; and had ho needed sympathy in
Ui'ts juncture, I was ready to condole with
him ; fur I must conlcxs I waa a sharer in
hi iniacry. Wo had mit gone far when
the engine slackened its motion as though
palsied with nilngut, and the idea at onco
suggested itself that wc wero nearing
slaUon; and indeed, such was the case, for
after several miles of Iikcspced, wc passed
a shed near which stood an engine cmiting
a sound bearing no small resemblance to
the buzz of a largo rattle-snake when arous
ed from his slumbers by some unwelcome
intruder upon hu solitude. As soon as wc
were on our way again, I observed that
young gentlemen vv ho Bat opposite mo took
Irom his pocket a piece ufwhite paper and
looked smilingly upon it. UKjiicloserscu
tiny 1 found it was "done in rhyme." He
soon forgot it though, and gazed for along
timo at the objects without, (ill a frown
seemed lo gather on his brow, mid ho turn
ed away in disgust from the (to him) re
pulsivo aspect of Nature outside, to tho
beauties of wetic art within, as the fair and
h!oumin; diuitcl of "sweet seventeen"
turns from the bronzed viiage and burly
form ofthe street laborer to tho delicate
feature, th raven ringAn and tho sweet
scented drapery of llio beau lover by her
side. Milo after inilo the speed at which
w-c proceeded forcibly reinin led one of Uie
progress of Application in Addwoii'a fable
ofthe Hill of Science, slow and steady,
and withal very sure of avoiding anything
like the Norwalk tradegy ; and then again,
it might well be described in the language
of thu-liltle bard of Twickenham in the
last couplet where he saya :
AneaJltwa Alalandrine tmla lliaaoaf,
vriilrh.likaa wMitidrd anake, draga Ha tl'iar
Being a pretty fair pedestrian, I was scr
cral times tempted to get out and run afoot,
as the inhabitants ofthe "rural districts "
do to warm their toes of n cold winter's day j
but Uien, supoe thu cngino rhoiild per
chance arrive at a down grade, (though it
mutt bo confessed there was little prosjicct
of Mich an occurence) I might bo obliged
to take up a position " far iu the rear."
Among oilier preparations for my journey,
I laid in a pretty good stock of newspapers ;
and fueling tlul next to Uio gratification
arising from tho consciousness of hating
added to the slock ot useful knowledge, is
Uiat of being Uie means of distributing it,
I took Uie opKirtunity of scattering tho
sheets among my fellow passengers. I
w as amply repaid for so doing by observing
how well the jokes, stories, and I dare say
advertisements, relished with tho reader t
and I had farther evidence of tho fact when
a gentleman, near the close of our journey,
evidently with a glad heart, and certainly
with a tinning countenance, made an effort
to return the same to me. Hut the pleas,
lire arising from Una aource could not last
always ; and I sought for consolation in
tho contemplation of the realities of Na
ture ill your "Switzerland of America."
The traveler by this route will assuredly
find in this pastime an excellent recom
pense for all the anxieties, ami I may aay
heartburnings, occupied by Uie otherwise
tedium journey j and prevent many an ugly
word falling from his lips, in case he should
accidently w i.h to vent his malice upon tho
President, Directors and Company. At
ono moment Uie train ran al 'Jj fyot ,,f a
mountain, whx head waa covered wiUi
snow, and whose side wero clothed with a
vtatnient ol gigantic tree anil frowning
nicks ; at another it would cross a moun
tain stream, far away up whose leaping
current, euud aurroundingpn-cjpicc, might
be descried a mull clutter of pretty while
hiiutes, resembling iu the distance a net
"f lUgle's eggs j anon the scene would
change, and Uto view be entirely cut off by
largo masses of stone, removed by the hand
of iuduatry, to make way for the iron horse.
It somewhat (Mizzle one 14 acquainted
with the country bj perceive how itainhab.
Haul contrive to live In such a place, Uio
the farui-houe look extreiiaely neat and
tidy in their coaUug of while paint, and
ornamented !lh a torch and green window
blinds, ami Ute Dock and Ute herd graze
t-acefully on Uie hillside, or are lulled lo
tleep by Ute mutic of their own dathing
waterfall. Far away from Ute " ipirit
gncv ing aoood of bra ling commerce," a
Diednch Knickerbocker would lay, Utey
live happy and eoiitrtited, onconseiout of
Ute envy of Uto who long for the same
life, yet are prevented from sharing it by
KJietiae of ambition or avarice, more (tow.
tfful iu their allurements than "simple ita
tore in bet ruodrwt garb."
The conductor au 1 geuUetnardy fel
low, indeed ; math more so than a majority
of tsia elasa ; aha setin. Mil lately, to have
farmed an artslocracy by UieoaM-tvea, and
molted lo r Uuvugb Ute world with a
- miff upper hp." Thu evil is mvt to bad
a it our wa. fc I Itaie ntt many a gen
tleman uf Ibe rail a riled Lo iuch a balk
of ini-jrtrr:at and i-taolcitre, a at-rtulngly
It bold all uutikitri aa rntttled only to
frowns and uult am who, to ,j appear-
sue , would nut aru wrr a ruetion civilly
fa Ik lil taflura And hne I cttAA help
rrealiine an incident. It chanced
m fortune to travel lo thla eily in MarcK
KA Tlte conductor from Albany waa of i
lite Mate Irstil oriler iminenely important !
and irtwvrenl. Al Springfield, we tool an
other train, and coiweamenlly, we Irvd a
rhanjreofofneer. The conductor waa a
altort. thick et man, In a ahining cip, ami
with an air of propriety about him which a
lveie him a
real gentleman. IV Hn a
noiseless tread lie moved frooi pattenrrr to
(tamenger, with an easy grace ami mutlilied
dignity in hi deportment, bottnwing here
a word and there a nod, hu fare radiant
with smile for the lofty and humble jamiles
which will long be remembered by thoo
whose lot it was to share in their bestowal.
Three years have passed since that day,
yet the recollection ia as fresh ai ever of
the small man in hit shining rap ami lan
tern (and although I did not learn hit name,
yet the remberattee of his image, like an
oasis amid Uie sternness and desolation of
the deert, will ho chcruhed for many a 1
year, aa a well-spring of gladm-s". j
Hut to my journey. After a few hours
drive, wo arrived at lb'llows Falls, on Uie
Connecticut. As I cast my rye over tho
broad current of that noble nrer, I could
not help recalling to mind the lines of the
R4I nn, Irtt 4 CiMinrrtM-ul, t"tif lia.t tiat raa,
llltlal ttrdtti tit naiurt, tbit lixtlimt lt man.
Hut soon, o smiil this dish of fine senti
ments, (and which verifies the truth of that
ancient maxim, that "too rainy cooks spoil
the brooth ) up sprang Iho version which
a wicked wag gave of these lilies, when ho
suggested they slKuild read
' Hull tm, InvM (mntelM-ul, lotif haa llhitl rat,
flit-Ins. Put lo .NoMhampton, an atttTatr to man."
Hollow Falls is the terminus of the Hut
hinl and llurliiigton llailrond, and also tho
place where the Vermont Valley K. It. in
tersects that and tho VL Si Mass. 11. It.,
and is rapidly gaining in businesi and im
portance. After an hour sicnt hero wc
started on our way, and aa I endeavored
to snoozo a little, I saw nothing of interest
until h e came to Fitchburg, nt w hich place,
aller a little delay, we started with fresh
speed; flow past village after village in
double-quick time, until wo wero suddenly
act down in this cily, were crowded into
au omnibus already full to overflow ing,and
were soon swallowed up in the common
vortex of human beings in the mctrotiolis
and when at the hotel door our ideas assum
ed the following form
Fair, vary fair, llila riding en a rail,
Ami fairtr alitl lb Fair w llhin Hit rtra
Hut if, malliitika, airaal Va alKMild fail.
Tba man w lio 'arai, tt I1I1 lif may" ihank lila
Yours, Thomas Taam-Ka.
Ma, EoiTon: Knowing as I do Uiat it
is your with to keep posted up iu all mat-
tcrs of public interest, of whatever name or
nature, I take tho liberty of calling your
attention, and through you that of your
readers to Iho extensive carriage manufac
tory ol .Messrs. L. & A. Lincoln, nt
Pownal, Ilennington Co., Vt They are
doing a large business in the carriage line,
and 1 understand their work not only meets
willi a ready sale, but tho demand is great.
cr than the supply. Such a state things
cannot be otherwiso Uiao agreenblo to tho
gentlemanly and enterprising proprietors,
as a fair appreciation of their manufacture-!
cannot fail ere long to not only fill Iheir
Hearts witn gladness, but their iiockets wiUi
well-earned and consequently wcll-dcscrv-
oil "(111." 1 lioso in want of "a carriage
as is every inch a carriage" cannot suit
themselves better than at this establish-
-MO UK HKIZtUIKH.
Saturday night last, officers Paul and
llowman, made seizures of three different
lots of liquor, as it was being landed in tho
mghl from one of tho lake steamers, 1
good proportion of it was in Uio possession
How iromrn can be found to aid in Iho
introduction of Iho chief cause of tho
abuso they and their children receive
from thoir linbrutod husband, it isdiflicull
Late last night, officer Taylor, conveyed
to the lock-up one Charles Nichols, in
state of intoxication. Ho disclosed this
morning before a magistrate, that ho went
to Port Kent himself after the stuff.
Patrick Murphy is determined to try
wnai virtuo mere is in not icnfrr. Not sat
isfied with his conviction by Jury last March,
which case yet stands appealed, he must
needs try a repetition of tho offence. So
being arrested on Uio 11th for selling mm,
and withal, being loo drunk for immediate
trial, he had to take timo in jail over night
lor gelling sober. To-day after full hear
ing, before juslico Parsons, he wosadiudg
a common seller ond fined $ I0O and costs,
He oppealed again. He would have done
morn wisely to have awaited the result of
Ins first appeal. He is moro persevering
man wise. t-reo Press.
MARa1r.11. At Himbletnn, Canada, af
ter a courunip 01 lour days. James Hob
bins, Lq.,of Cladesley Corhcit to Harriet
youngest daughter of William Chambers,
ol the INow House, lllniljcrton. The
brldcprnom Wfutinliiit iiot,.tt..a.ctl, ......
and had no time to lose his fair bride, who
11ns neany seen sixieen summers, hail pity
on him, and took him. off hand. " for bet.
ter or for worse," after he had settled upon
her tho whole of hi property, amounting
fcLuw a j ear.
When I gazo int tho stars, ihev loot
down upon me with ,,iljr from ,jlcIr KTCne
4 ;!!cnt spaces, like eyes glistening with
tears over the little lot of man. Thousands
of generations, all as noisy as our own,
havo been swallowed up by Time,, and
there remains no record of them any more,
1 11 .ircturus ami ilnon. Sinus and Plel.
ades, are Hill shining in Uieir course, clear
aim young, as wnen tlio shepherd first no
ted them irilhc plain of Shtnar! Carlyle.
An anecdote is related of an old lady
who entertained traveler, lb-fore her
guest commenced a meal, it waa her cut.
lorn lo aak a bletamg. She alwaya deliv
ered herself in this wise : "O Ivird, make
us iruiy ihanklul lor the food befurc us.
.ancy, liand round Uie corn-bread first and
then Ihe biscuits afterward. Amen."
An ear for music ii a different Uiing
froinaUttefurmiiiic. I haveitocarwhaU
ever I could not aing an air to save my
life 1 but I hate the iiitenit delight in
rouiic, ami can detect -rood from bad. Nal
dt, a gt.td fellow, remarked lo me once at
a concert. Hut I did not neetn much inter
ttletl w-uh a piece of Kutiru' which had
jaat bee 4 ierforuW. I aid, it sounded to
me like itonseiue vera.. Jlut 1 could
acarcely contain myself when a Uiing o
Ijfe i a groat txni, foil of tragedy
and paUioa, comedy and laughter, mad fun
and aofrgw; having ttrange plot and d
jovietucrda, but bearing- the linprc of a
great nuily, ouuif eating a nrrt-jua, (JoJ.
ward etrneaimwa of otirririe : and tsj where
can we study Utu groat p. tew o well as lu
toe uie which la abovn us.
Kterna-'s I'ucle Tub tar a in.t
the tnck of wtx&en u, to pretend Uut Ihey
Kate MeidrttUUy rx sorttt-tlung lu iheir
ye, and induce a mu lv Um. fut it aitd he
aaya the man i tar gone if he tA Utere
for Utat otntb.ng
i.ATKit niiii lint or k.
Nrw Yoaa, July l!Mu
The teanter FranVlinarrived at aneatly
hoor ibi mttrning, wnhletmlon date to
Jnly (k The Canada amveal out am Sun
diy. Tlte Franklin bring 1 pvwngeci i
among lhn the Prince Mural ami other.
A dltpvtrh Uttlte liion Time ofjnly
(ah, frtn Vienna, ajtbe Kntaiait had
en-aed the Pmth al two ilnt, for the of
conation of Mtdachia and Moldtlia.
A tlitpatch imm rant oi tne .tin. ttaie
that Uiere wa a great rie in the fumlt in
cvsueiieeitraruurtlMt F.ngland wmild i
mtt let her fleet enter the Dardanelles.
A report in Itomlon on the 'Jd, that the
lltiaiian had rnlerrd Jaw, ranted a panic
on the sti-ck exchange. The rctint waa
denied on the 4th by the Knaaian minister.
Count (iilzltlt waa to leave Vienna a a
special minuter tu St. Pctcrsburgh, touch
ing the Turklth question.
Thel'rincfiif Iirvia had offered toplaco
rCUXKI men at I Ita? ditssal of Ihn Sultan.
I vccl were neing anneal aline .irsenai,
nd Uie millitia of CtiistanlimiJe called out.
It was stated Uiat Ihn occupation of Mol
davia had caused Aii-tria lo unite conlially
with England and France. Prussia re
The Eui.tcrnr of Knasla had laaueil a
mamfisto on the llithof June, denvin; that
ic wirhetl for war, ami throwing the wliole
blame ofthe conflict, if Ihvrti is any, upon
the shoulders d the Ottoman.
No intelligence of imtiortance from Enir-
and. The Queen was to IhiIiI a naval -e-
view at Spilhead, on the rMh.
Tho more recent accounts from Aiittrn.
lis show no diminution iu the yield of gold.
Mount Alexander, tho Ovens, lt.iliarnt.nnd
Iho Tyron creeks still continue very pro
ductive. Tens of thousands of emigrants
are every month discharged tijion Ihe sltores
of New South Wales and Victoria ; not
emigrants from (treat Britain only, but
Hermans, Frenchman, and representatives
of all tho tribes of political exiles who are
driven lonn Irom r.urojM: Italians, Ilunga.
linns and Poles. California has sent more
than ono large contingent New England
lint contributed some of those keen adven
turers who an? to be found thriving in ev
er)1 nook of the New World, ami through,
out the islands of the Pacific. Even tho
Chinese havo banded together tn carry on
scientific gold washing, and Now Zealand-
ers are loiinu -taiiciitiy working lor wages
under tho direction of European and Amer
taler from Mexico.
DatesJiavo been received from tho Cilv
of Mexico tn the 4th, and Vera Cruz lo the
t?th int Tho Cholera continued to rage
at Vera Cruz and was on the increase. The
lllack Vomit was also makinrr terrifie rava.
ges, and had frightened tho iiiivsiciaiLs.who
were unable to save moro than ten out of
ono hundred patients. Cholera was also
very severu at Jalana,.
A decree regulating tho organization of
llio itovernmcnt Cnnncil, to be composed
ofSl persons, had been published. Santa
Anna had taken tin his residence at Tasa
baga, and established telegraph communi
cation with tho capital: the uovcrnmeiit
declaied tho defenco of lyvlopingo by Col.
Aliasatacio Iaonocero, against tho Amor.
icons, on thoaOlh of August 1817, heroic.
Concerning Uie difficulties between Mex.
ico and the United States, tho Trait dTJn-
ion says, 11 war is imminent 111 Kuropc, wo
think it may ho considered equally so, tin-
tier certain circumstance, between Uio
United Slates and Mexico. Tho violent
languago of tho official journal at Wash
ington, bodes nothing good.
A flaita; "rCoMltterrrll Arrealed.
Since Iho arrest of Maxcy, says the At
las, our vigilant police have been on tho
lookout for his confederates. They track
ed them from Worcesler to Lynn, Salem,
Spectaclu Island where they w ere yester
day forenoon, and yesterday afternoon
nabbed fito of them in Enat Cambridge.
Deputy Chief Eaton, with officers Savage,
Sleeper, W. K. Jones and Whitcoiub, made
the arrest. Their names arc Charles Pom
roy, aged 8!) ; lircnzo Moullon, '.ti ; Chas.
Terback, 21; and Leland A, Wilkinson,
HO, all hailing from Canada ; and Edward
Hartwell, ail, of Vermont. Some of them
were caught in the Itechniero House, some
in Heed's Hotel, and one or two, even, in
a carriage in tho street Tho arrests were
msdoina most scientific manner, amithero
being no lima left for resistance, not tho
least was made. They wero safely hro't
to this cilv and lodged in jail. No money
was found on Iheir persons, but the efficient
Deputy Chief dug a ranisler containing
1 1 10 in bills on Ihe Casco Hank, of Port
land, out of their hiding place. The hills
aro all fives, ond are well executed tlio
engraving having, however, a rather rough
aiqienninco. They purport to have been
signed by Eliphalet Greely, President, and
John Chute, Cashier, and bear tho various
dates of April 1st May 1st and ad, and
Juno 1st, 1HSI. Tho vignetlo is a ship,
and 011 the lower margin of tho bill is the
word " Five" in red letters. They are all
marked letter H.
Sherman Nichols, anoUicr of the gang,
waa arrested in Itowcll yesterday morning,
for attempting to pass a $5 counterfeit bill
on tho Casco Hank, at Putnam's clothing
store, Central street, in payment for a vest
Hu was searched, and in various pocket
wero found hills of the same stamp, to Iho
amount of iilO. Ho had also ono counter
feit $5 bill on tho SouUihridgo Hank, and
ono on tho Wells Kivcr Hethel, Vt,)
Hmk. Tlio Iaowcll Courier hears of hut
ono sufferer in that city from his operations.
Henry Faulkner was arrested in New York
on Sunday night also for passing coun
terfeit bills on tho Casco Hank Ibiston
A.10THER lUiLsom Fatautv, As
the five o'clock train from Hoaton was on
it way to this city last evening, and had
jmt started from the Nalick station, hay.
ing proceeded about half tho IcngUi of tho
train, a young man 17 or 18 yiars of sgc,
belonging to llollitton, ran from tho depot,
and in getUng upon tho train accidentally
slipped and fell between tho cars, the
wheels of four of which passed over his
body, which was mangled in a shocking
manner. Mr Heald, Uio conductor, who
aaw him git upon tho train, gave the aig.
nal to alack up and did all in his power to
prevent the accident but before that could
be done, Uie young man had fallen beneath
Ihe cars, and when taken up, ho gasm-d a
few time and then expired. Vt could
not leam his name. WWceter Trait-acri-t,
Pamr. nrroar. a Kali- Tho windows
ofthe room occupied by Mrs. Itobinson, in
confinement 111 the Troy jail for a double
murder, aro decorated with damask and
lace curtains. Tho spjtearance from the
outside contrail strangely wiUi the lnvy
bara that intervene, aa well as with the
sombro appearance of tho whole building.
Her trial, which it is rxpecu-d will take
,, I. . ,i,-j . . .1 7' . ...
eioZenTm, !Z t l "T r
? "ff. 3. U'0 t'. "-. on-
cae ever tried in Kenwlaer
CimruHrsT to A.i Astiit-A reo-
lution has been taael by Uie Council of
Detroit tendering to Hiram Power, Uie
great American scu)-tor, now about tu re.
turn froan Eurote. llur hujiiiaJiu tj,8
city. The rexdution waa of a highly cttui.
Ecurta or Maai-Thi. pUmrt will be
( .-culled by the moon. A 11 ent I. levt
orculltlton eotittnencing about three niin.
uir -4 a. , vuible witlt a clar
lo early ner.
i -.- , ,,
, inemjSorl'Oi lr lllww, irccnlJy con-
1 (jeorgu y uprmtig JeUera taken
, lnri that I ,t Ofltee, hi been paraVanral
by PiMioVnt Pierce.
Ut-v K. J May I. rrtaewod tU Slave
ry dttcua.iuti in Hyracuee It it f,MW
ect-ry to keep the p, truf, M 1Ue
ember ar dying out
' Citl.t.lalnsi I1 Tilt: MtttTII Mlt Kit
Srtiwva Kwnaa Wimin
or Six I ji 1 On rtalnrday tmttmiig ihtt
("ity wa tlirtlealby tit rrratrl that the
t.Mmbott Knvdrr, (pt. Ivl Smith, t-f
tlte Nr Ytark arid Tmr line, had been
run Inbthy a hip, neat .rw llanthnrgn,
while 011 her downward aatrr, hating
lefl Trey on Frtdty trcntng, ami lint I
luge tiurmVf tT litrj were lost. It aa
fn rtlter turmtml that tlte boilert had eipbs
tied, that Iho btwt was on nVrr ami tb,.
greatest ellemem prevslhth All the h..
ror 01 tne itexinntn, tnr Atlanta, the
Henry Clay JM' ihe linpirr ilelf(in lt;i
roaoeai iij"'ll int.' tin itjij , -iiim ntioetl lllta-
miry trm-r tit the reality.
We at once dtititrhetl rritrlen In jhe
teeno of tlltater, who- statctitenti are
We found I lie lupire ntoored In the
tlioro inimediatcly lielaw (Dinlnn Point)
ami, going on lMrd, fouial her tippei
works, from Ihe pilot house to the wheel
houae, a perfect wreck larbttartl Ktiler
gone, wiatcitibin frame, or " hog frante,"
aa it i lertmtl by tteaitiboal rneit,7eHiipia.
cdof tlinber ixleen incite in diaim-ter)
broken and initially carried away, The
large brace ptil iii.tu slivnglhrii her wbrn
the new boilert were put in one year apt,
ami of larger limber than tho atltiterrtKin
frame, waa also lunch shattered and broken.
The heavy guard braco of wrought iron.
threti inches in diameter was twitted tip at"
if it were nqto yarn;aml in the chatui
were mixed up pnmiiscuouilr remnanl of
joiner-work, chair, sofas, talls, tnatraste,
lamts, crockery ware, Jvirtions of the steam
pijtos ami conaeciion, clotlilng, package
of freight, carpet., tahlm, Ittoking.gla,
ami iiinumeraoie anteies, tne wnole giving
ocular demonstration of the Ircmc nduoua
pow er of Ihe eonciiastion.
Tho Empire has been an unfortunate
boat. Tina Is Ihe second serious dttaater
the has met with iudcitendcat of a largo,
share uf inimir tines.
On tho 17Ui day of May, lcMll, while on
her way from this City to Troy, ami liar
ing arm etl nt Nuwhtirgh Hay about 101J
o'clock, P. Mn shoeamo in colision will
tho schooner Noah 1 Iron 11, by which acci
dent thirty of the steamet's passenger
were huiricd into eternity.
Iaiiti Siailh, who is the present Captain
was Iho Pilot at the helm at Uiat time.
He was i nd it led for manslaughter al the
time, which indictment haa never been
tried, but is slill -tending over hiiu. Tri-
Mrsnia i.-i thk State Psiio-j at
CiiAni.raTnw.v, This morning, as the
Slate Prison convicts were bring march
rd nut In single file from their cells to
work in the yard, one of them suddenly
drew a knife ujxin tho second man before
him, cutting his Ihntat so that ho died in a
very few minutes. The rictim was a mu
latto named William Adams, and lira mur
derer was one named James Wilson, the
robber of tho Chartestown Treasurer's
office about four years aga. Tho partirs
had for some timv been on very bad terms
with each other, and aa we loarn, recently
had a dcsiicrnlQ fight in the prison 'yard,
for tt hich both wereererely punishou.
A most singular feature of tho case is
tho fact Uiat Me iniiruVr' Itrm f murium
nirii tens In hurt tniltd ISit day! but he.
had evidently deliberately resolved tie
wronk his vfiigancc on his enemy and eml
his own life on the gallows, as audi, he
well knew, 111111 ultimately bo his ftle.
Tho instrument of death used was a com.
nion case knife, probably secreted from the
prisoners' mess nii, ami alnrncned fitr
the purpose so that 0110 blow severed the
Wilsou is an Englishman, about 117
years old. He was convicted at Concord,
and sentenced tu the Slate Prison for four
years mid oac day, entering the prison on
Adams, his victim, was a native of Ma
con, (la., was convicted st Cambridge for
arson, and sentenced to seven year in the
Stalo Prison, which he entered Feb. SKI,
18 IX Ho was then a second-comer to
Uio institution, though only 31 years of
ago. Boston Transcript, Tuesdsy,
Ttvo Men tttrr NUajatrst 111 a TrrU
tie Nlltiallott r , Tatirsa.
Durr-ALo, July til,
A Itortl, in which were three men, got
adrift last night and floated into tho cur
rent where it was upset Two of the pa,
sengcrs were carried immediately over tho
Fulls mid dashed to piece on the rocks he.
low. Ono ol these men, named Joseph
Abdell, caught at a stump on his passage
and clung tit it, wln-re ho waa dktcoveror
this morning, almost on tlio brink of the
falls. Tho boats here swamped immedi
ately on being put into tho rapids. Cruwda
of stranger n ml a great number of citizens
throng tho banks, and somo of them havrt
just succeeded in lloatinga box of refresh
ments to him.
They havo just sent a life boat to Nlag.
ara Fulls from Huffnln, and wo may expect
lli.ri'ii.o, July IX
StXO.ND DlltPATtll, NlAUASa Pal.Lt, la
M. 1 jfo boat from Huffs lo swamped and
tho man still remain in tlte rapids. It at
doubtful whether 10 will ho saved.
Excitement still continues, and every ef.
fort is being made that can to rescue U11
Tjijnu Disi-ATc-f. Niaoara Kills, r.
Three boata havo been swamped in en
deavoring to rescue Ihe poor fellow. They
aro now trying the fourth one.
It is impossible b get any refreshment!
to him, ami it i I bought ho will not be
able' to hold out much longer.
It is feared he will givu up before he can
bo rescued. Tho banks of the river are
The Falls, (UK) P. M. ForaTii Dia-i-atcii.
The man went over the Palls at
(J o'clock. A raft had been floated to him,
which ho was on, when they floated an
other life-boat to him, ami as he wa (ret
ting ready to jnmp into it tho boat struck
the rafl and swept him off life Uio Kapid.
Ho attempted to awhn for small island,
but failed to reach it. He raised himself
up to his full height Cve a shriek, waved
his arms wildly, and disapjieared.
Optnl-aaj tar tba Mawral ataat rrl
PllHTLANU, July l&Uk
Tho first train from Montreal arrived
this evening it quarter pt ercn. It wa
welcomed by a alute of Ui gun, and lha
riiia-ins. of bells. The Mayor welcomed
Uiemwith brief remarks, ami was risj-oisl-etl
to by the Hoil Mr Pcnnoycr. The band
dayed " (Jod save the Quern," and " Hail
Columbia." The unmenae croud wkicli
tuiTound'-d sml filled the dqsH, reirt lite air
with loud cheer for the coniummation of
this great work.
HitTraLT ArfLCTiii.-i -A Pact. At
a " trotracU.'d meeting " held whiln, ttub
a tlstoMitd mile from llallaton Hta, an an
riejil iter 111 tit cl.urrh in am) rrllarV.
etl herself as follows I ,w young Udie
hero that tonu to love gewgaws, furbclot,
ribbon aitd lace nstrv than their Creator.
1 i ..1 .1 , 1.
I " tn-u uicui once, ami atioriteo lay n.
W"1' V'"kU tmf"ul
tared ribbon am akr blue in'minm-.. but
I found tltey were dragging mo tlowu lo
Itell, ami I tiA thtin off and gave Uteia to
my uter V
How Tiiar, sac K.sow-The lollow
ing fragment of conteraatioii was ovt riuard
Ute otlter day nu board a steamboat
"I met lrd Ella-Mnero and his parly at
Niagara Ihe other day. I knew the ladies
were t-rt,,ita of duUuelion Uto u-ornent I
saw tlt-nii, Ot-cioto they wore mi jewelry,
nor any orruiuenl wlatever,"
A ViLl'itll I lea a. vi. A UJt abi
, Uaat Iter htuband. mx long alnce, by rait
. way rci,leijt in Knglami, aued llae railway
I company, and ree,v.red abaettt KOjOOO
damage. The dijtatge wa.a-ileul
on tlte baaiaofhia profettaiotail Inrtxne,
the aterago IcngUi U life, a. dV,o.tri.Ui
by life inturaitc tabb-a.
dalliage. Thai datixe tan. a-ab-ulaLeJ
Tlte Albanv " Traavnii luli.nt.tt-a
thai " batauly fada-a o rapidly M-a-a-alirl,
Utl If half tltn girl a ih rMf were ta
w ipe UtcJr face m lltt-tr kchrft, all lUar
g ud bxl wemM go lo wihroniB.