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ripfrtxifnl'liMn nJit in Ui tWIirt-J
xir)r of ll 4f-"fle4 irutnenrj, at
nhdiirr, nc4oom; if ftilii of out ft)i
rr, iitrrftiJhng Uii" lmn tf rif
lrw, tit illf role fl lo hffelf, ivl
UaiWuatIf Mtiiri.lrr IU tortnl iiitpiriuf
Irfl ptjJ to dm --4ilio of the OKitiij.
t.n diirrf be ivrihn nxnlln i)-r-rr
counr la Us trtw4 nnJet rtituntltn.
t e UV 0e
U1 lU ltW nury, M1 U in4nuiiullr
Wlilju-f Vrnuonl re "illinj o fr lo
rnmprMiilM llmt uctriit liiu( to 1
Ijw njr il-lc kiwur or kuctl pfrju.licm lo
cotjImJ tUfir ote hH)irr 15 ncirnt
linJ-totil." of the Ifutjr re 10 be toUllj
diwftriWJ for llx; iHirjxjiw of -ilninj
mill iitrtntif c rC li Urtinj irxxnit In
wt, )nftbt prinrlfli U lo bo llaJ
ui by it"y, iv! the bi;lirt prfrttatit
of frwtoen rrnrtilut-nl lo lb ntlWi eixJ
of nn untir11ijr tuliil.v. Tlie oml
be dxioe4 whuHber Vermont l lo mrajn
Wbtj, or bethtt be i illinjtoberulcJ
br tl rlienile of Wbij principle,
r.XT Tt itintv.
VIITK TIIK TII IIKT I
At)J doo'l 1H tny ruiulitenlbm Ie1ic
joli lo tlo Mlier dull llie ni'r, limn,
Mlii 7li(, vilhoul mutn.llui. Tl.i.
vlU urj n obl-fubloncd Wbig tri-
nr. t Tin: imii.i. 1:1111.1,
AnJ iriiMin Ibere until an election !
tniJe, Vctr roueli mi' JejwitJ un one
rtAe 1 llwtj-our ioty U well dene, nl
llie retull U1 bn frorble.
Thai lb Democratic iatly will make
ery efTort In Ihcir powrr.and adrery
c anlieit al thetr C44Miuldl to obtain tlie
aawibat adtantagc I and lint il ia Ikt duly
of etery Whig to u all ImnoraUn ineatw
In clrcururent Ihe machination of tin-
That If the Ilcwocrafy inco gel die
wrr into dietr own la.U, lley will uae
It lo aubaerre their own arty purp
witboul regard W Ihe cool of iho people 1
and dial waiuaydirn kid farewell to the
iituciJe of 0iiy and jood gorrrn
mrat that hate M cwiovidly cltaracteriird
onr atate adnunUtrallon nmler VVIaf '"''
I'ltalif, a Whifswe falllodooor duty
00 Tdy neat, e hH,loo late, hae
eauM lo regtet oar inactliity and Irwtten
Ikxs ia ik-w U a dwtiactdl atale, ai.l an
That "when th wuktd rule d.c rigbl
eoa mourn." and now up 10 the pulU
with tb drtenuiuatiun te eait your vote
tm tree Wblj tbui gills; Ihe aeal of
wdlwiit.! piTal U that pulley which
baa k) Jonf rmicf4 oar Kuia gorernaeM
a rood! fw a)) c4ber, ail an booor lo er
IVm)! forget dieae r-omUtratuma,
ViavoitKrati I'aia W are an.
ibuited to ay that al auiui arti.
le for eiktbrttaa at the VennMit Stale
Agricultural r'atr, at Moo'. on tb
13th, I idi and Sh diy. f September
netl, llll cwiiej-fJ tod rrtutbttl free
A all Ibe raErvada la Vinsoul, on the
NtKn HaQruad U Nw laiu)wbue,
U Hnla aad WUteiiOl Koad In New
Ywi. and uti d Kaier Canada and
Ntb Aawica tm !ak OitmJain 1 and
llrtt mo all lb alsc tuW rvutr iliilor
UlUrnrwitlbc ewneyrJ W lutffaea
or pay due waj ftly.
CTM'aretAa, rtwOilt that dae KU1
Tnva ti ft wdaia) AcaJeaB) e wmwnre on
Wednriy awat, (wtweialug an oj-firto.
ntty fur the eihtcalioa of yntit tJriUrrs,
U.kt, ai rctlvta of lUUibd, ymi abuuld b
prvud oC 1 rlUU fta abwatd at-all
yourwdrtw. tvt lb adrettiMvt ta an.
aiti rwaJinf tUt fpi.
Va'c tU call I Li tticuii4 f our rcU
n ta tbe ditrUiU JT.C Wale ti
Co, 'Jm iamr cflb cuit yatet in Ibe
JW aul Sato Uvdr. It ia a tnaU tuny
Cetoi m-riy to d jlta yywtaaM, bai tt
dut you Wbl nMjiW tic aN nuL N
turn u do Li wboi duty U ettbt
) away Uu.wli; or alWwa lu aaJgbboia
ta ia m 64 any trtruj kacawe.
Bt4 lb AU arucU etaided " Vtif
aatniagawc, from tU itlCtUW' IU
1 nrmn tmi? r on tor.
saws, tast-asfy 'ssbsl to Mat Km lanstsV
fm&M. m. hi astfcas wHU Sat lb alsafnt'ed
Ws4.n On Mi-aVi YtJtVr, ! fcfsssa,
hssardssn! sua-a KMi Am l nmtfJ.
sre aa my If aw iwelta ttVswtrsi ntea
r I'se VawataiUry.
TV attsaaa tsfthtt Utf qateitbtti War
ttnttn; sttaaUfj ta li dttfwi about lbs
tt'mrtt Wn4rf tafTetts Cartas ease
Um was t ttrftAr ilaai U Imnibi;
base, tlx Mel scant gtAttestjsl lafge tasajV
least ettisajtll ta tsV ataus-ssttaa taf
trfl ti-- VtMU-i yHtUt tivf
m 4tr4 hi tTerr t. Tbt U4
f Hiiimn binrwi tW affmm (nree)
W nuAtei "bjr lb Mt W Mnw"
f Vrj7 derfmeii, tnl lb rw)t 111
f frrMi" vn vtlrnoMi bj lbe.
rijo of th(Wl trrj .Ve Metkw.
ret ! el liwftu luoHt Dun -Vr
rtiw. A dinpetej bMtndtry iteXHMi
tt " Is Ibe le f fe prt4n1 for
r, rvptO.Hy an Ibe KwMhern bar4r.
Tb i-xrlbem btasixiuT i0-Mlian, to4 Ibe
"SI t(T av-KIem lr itutiHO! in fcfiL
We W'J1 lleb M atMMH ll . lit.
lie taitHf. W1U1 unif (jeriiii, iwthin;
xajbi anli Ibe kaaawitntMM pofMlir
. Tbe llmiun hdTmkrj bf.
Ou. w. tbi Ktwitt fftir, tla trtt knV it
prrwM reijr riWg far a breote. The
li Vlby fMRwtioh, if prB(-ily warn.
' mtf Br lata r. We aaqMtefiil
M la Ibe r-lMtg can f ll gviier.l gnr
etwueHL r-MTi:i T.trr tittti.
There M lobe UKlte Senator eleetrd
by the rwit eian tf the l.egihlurii f
tMi Kuie. Khali be be a Wluj or Dera-
nl If it it ileairabb t eontimie an
unbruVen Wbij liU(;ilwn from our Mute,
in 0e 11 torn I roniK-lli. n tieomm rery
hlff lo mil ImmHf, and en to il that
rrrenentatlve of llw right atamii are el.
tod lo the lgilalurr. ItoHMUiber that
tKr -Mc of oiw ton ctKinU jut at much
ai thai ofanwther, in Ihw matter 1 ai.l don't
fall lo gel out lAe full Wig rf of errry
Iwtt. Indiia ctMUXs and Ihia aloft", there
V pnblitli a rail fur a Whig Cutn al
Wt Itotlai.l, on .Monday neit. Htcry
Will; iiil.nlioiiM main up Mi mind to
attend, and let no emvidrratmn wl'ijli vrr
keep linn ay. Xct a have a full mett
ins. CJ" The pubneatmn ol neat week' pi
per will be. delayed a day or two in onler
to gte die fulltwt rt-tunw Jo.iblo of the
election. J'or die pnrpno of accompliih
Inf tin object, wo earneatly reijufwt Town
and County Clerk to forward u rrlnrna a
kmi a nujr be after Ihe reault 111 their
eirral l.olitin ia knowru
a cai.i. ma
roiMV TEn:RA.n: ro,ir.Mio.s.
The ilniitiun inamfttcd bv the onno
nent ofthe Vermont l.ipjor l.iw to tiwke
It a iitr iii ation, and to 1111I forward can
didate fur thu neat Iegialatiiro who will
ioie for iu ie-al, clatim the attention of
dm Ineuila ofthe law-. Il la well known
that the temperance incn hate not nought
to make lliu a party iwuc, ncillier lion
they whhed to ditturb or ai'itatn any of
the illtHal oiK.uiutioiu. The I,n iras
pained witlmut die aid of party or faction.
ana it receive,! a tola 01 apfinirai ny nee
men of all Uitle. Tho iVopIo aikeil lor
the law- by MHitiona; tl-jr euictetl it by
llmr rcpreaentatitmof all )luicl creed j
Ihey apjirutMl it by a direct awl unpreju
diced lull'. In all candor, the friend of
temperance boH.d the law would bo treated
a 'ttled quittion until there an
opiottunily to aco what would be il prac
tical workuigv With thro tiewa hey
Imi Mi bk frwn any molrmrnt that
ini-lit lie enmtrued UVaa purprae la Ttv
a litical ume. Tltey wero vrillni( that
iMlututioiu hould be maih' a they cier
haiubeeu; and they luid expected, where
tier Iho rum lulluence wa prediHiiinaiit,
men would be (Kit in nomination liu were
opjioacd to the I J, Hut they did not et.
Kt to ee lilical men maincuinn; lo
get rom candidate in nomination by their
lopcctue iwitie, wberu Ibo lat(,"o inajon
tv ate kikiwn Iu be oppicd lo Ihem, ami
then liuiat thai the jnrty mu.t ru.UIn
Ihem or be Uaialed a 1,-ailor. They did
rt mpiethal die inen w cinrcwdvo
mnch alann let tlMtr party alamld be bro
krn is wmild lie dm lirt In a how a do.
termination lo break iho party, unleaa it
would aid them in repealing the law. Wo
hae no frllno.lilp wuh audi contutency.
H e bdloe the I leeuirn of Vennont will
rebuke It. Willi rriect lotlte approach
Ill rlwlinn, the (VkiiiuiIIcc wiJ) only ay
lo all fnend of the TeuiptTance cau
act conhlerately, and itli jixir eyt- ojicn,
but act. Ternperance men bare rw party
nrgantratatn. They wih none. They
wiuki prefer diat allahould bo Whig-, or
HeaucraU, or Thud rty nwn, aa they
chuuxt. Hot if partua are rcaolted lo u
party w,r to merturn a law which c
belieie important to the atale beyond any
party luue tint now t-aiwtw; tlirro can le
no oueaiton whal honett ti-niperance men
might 10 da. Tkey mU to work for men
wba will icpreaem Ihem fairly, and guard
lb lUmat which they hold dear. The
anrcrl call hu no particular reference lo
Ibe caxuing etKtiun. Il la aixlhtr objt
tnl biola bcioiid. Tirry one la awarv of
Ike out -door influence during die acMionof
tbe Is-gwlitor. and of II gteat ieipjrt.
ance to all joe1otw bfo that body. No
corporation, or nerunurr Inter II i eonud-
eird lUaly to iror, or ctn afe, if ita
fittnd. are oU preM-ut to look out and de.
! f'il U. Tb u true laro-euainrntly of tba
tMnataljre interest lU friend should be I
tbcte lo dttVod it A Urge dclefalion t
liuni alt iirt of tbe state not f die par- j
pjwof lUtH, lot to (Jme the Bwc- 1
nw4. to grd agiinst atteH to rej-al
die eiatllng Ijw, and to rrprcseiit the 1
tie and the warm fclinfitetiiper.nre '
ttn, e are confident would raert a good ,
InflaHrf', aid fumuh the boat safe-guanl
astiaut intrnwsUline. Such lolrtratu
I would ribibal tbe Iroe pouwn of tbe
frietst itemperawe agaiiat alt inirpre- '
' ai-fcUtkoa,-.they would raaka II inanlfeit
j that w ata tut aun at agitation, tbtt all '
j ail ia la te the brrttt Ijw rerutln '
( iltntiaHy what it la, uutil it l. bad '
fair trul.- bl tlaat any coaabitan) eitalt to
j ancfitwti tl will aasuredly load 10 a deter. ,
' ntuhi at-f iblMtsm for it dcience, regard- ,
, last U party laKrVniacM. It tvnM lo lbs
' aouatnhlt- ll.il tlietr tlsmld be och a dd
j vatsM Hbnut fait and that ibe Ire way
, ta mKi M, tt La call rouuy mrrling and
appuaut alaVf ate frtaui each rooiy men
. ahaundrrtUbd lh t-ubuart and wtU bate .
uJlaaroce , nu t decwed character and
letperUUIaiy -. rartrtUe fr ibnr rtpan
e. 11J rrswire Itacn If iwcnaarT, Is rr
autia IbnMfli ll usaica. Tba Central
Caaaatattlee, ibmfona, reaaeM tbe peojer
o&rtra f rrh fee Mr sectrty, U raJI a
eoeuy ntttivg at erty aa nrarticaSle, fur
lb purjsMa ol aMUainf liavefalro u at
UtUtb sswsauiaa wf tlM aa-l Im (aalalar f
Ibu Sltlt,to irftnit the u- aial wi.t
ta uf Lj-rlx: anra lkrs(ti-H llaC Kutai
and ta tntrii agtot rtrrtarhii apu
Ua IJ-ftt Ia" 7-autr lluwtv, Cbaatrr
rij-r-rt, U K. User. II. O. HiiUy, i.
Kara, Wui C KUts)(C, A- U'aJkt'r, 1
tts. lUm, Mala tKtrt Coifctiaille
CaCatS Xiu'Ji, lsij-
j Ma, l'T Yaaar tr-taW watt learn
ftta aiwss trfrrt, tht May HcHir, Ac
5arta-stt Hassiiiltaasaalttat, ! ata-ra tottV
insai s jinnrilj' roHivfHrfi t! daaiaas,
j mi winy iifii f tif ltapart-d stale ef baa
; b-slk. TV raufWjr of Ui Rutd W
i bad liM bj t wtjjt great ttsVwtajaee.
, ftw ( a statu! tstar of tlm, He Im
i rV Wit, ()af1i rMjr rvwj tin frpi
j tiM Mf . bu kMPfn( lilwf
, nmni lh miupniml f II KiniL
Tlx1 rthlMir i Ml mprmr WHMj- ! te
,1 ftiiJ la tlx tH mm vf (! trrirt!
nji itf vfKHi imn, rirrn vrn ov
UnxHl I'J 4rtf WliilfM oo tvnivclln;
N) pDc U t wtninn) try
nM innHjr U (liil )luJ. Tlic fTttl
of tW Conrtin, la itua rwixtl.
t l to hr ttlnlnl l tL v7 Itbigrnt
rnlecre)iitatitail)iatishtrUdelition t inj rraittance, nsl by Mr Cochran, an
Ooaa wbWi H pn.-Jied by imlt.l rtvnt. jie,,teri,ln Yan.ee of Dorael, Vt
Wuh awtli rectiUtiona aud ucb urwea.in- Allow me lo permiae that, dnrin the con
tipHnre in tlieir enforccHient, bow can I ttruction ofthe- Western Vt. Hailroad, It
the be eallwMm or accident, which can became neeeaaary dial a very larpe amount
be evfitratM by the poaer it m.i.f ' ofrailrwad lie ah-Mild be procured in tery
Tbe rwwin? department of the lto4, ' .hrt linwi wbempnn Mr C. (who i one
dona- ttu aba-nee, will Ik, umlu the -.film director) contracted to fiirnijli :K)..
charge vt Mr. lltar llitiitinca. A
liwi worthy dctlon could not rawiibly
hae ben made. ltr. IIitciiicm. ha bad
atopic caperteiKe under Mr. Di'iur, and
In cttdeared bmi-lfto all by Im itrict
ItrodoM to duty and enllMnanly deport
I In maik elliror Jn been fnlly
mrned 1 ami judiring fnn die pant, I o,iine,
thai )7 will ba able in r-inb-r a mM ae-
MHitU of hi) doing to hi Chief, upon
liw retnrn, whicls il it lieI will be aoon.
llli Utt lewltli fully restored.
ltntland, Ang. ,'W.
IIom. W. H. IUM.r. Our obituar)
column thi day contain an announre
tnent of the death or Hon. Waitatill 11.
Haimty. He died on Tuesday, ami the
aaine day hi death naa announced in the
county cunteiition then 111 eiii al
New far. by Jimrph Sti-en, Y. Mr.
Itanney ha been one ofthe limit actiru
and influential crtitciM of Windham comi
ty, he wa widely known a a man of r.
cellenl ability, aound jndgment, niul untir
ing energy. The confulencc rcpoaed in
him by hi fellow citiH'nrf, wa ri'icti dly
iiunifif ted by hi election In ariou otfi
ce of trust ami honor, lie wa nucce.
aively Kereenlatiio in die State Igw
lattire, Kenator, Member of the Council of
Cctwor and IJeutrnant (Jmernor, in all of
which atalion ho ercd hi coiKtitiienta
with faithfiiliiew, ability and credit. In
Jilic ho nut firm unwaU'ring Whig.
Haeeptlng: diat portion uf hi time allotted
to public dalb.', Dr. Itamicy wa engaged
ill 1mi aril iioii dutica of hi profeion, of
which lie wa an honored inember. He
leave a large faintly and an extended cir
cle of friend to inoam their lo in hi do
A Maji Danw.11.11. Mr. Obcd Come of
Whitlnjham, was drowued in " ltob rt'
rund," in that town on Saturday, the l.'Cli
ins Mr. C. h& been deranged at intcr
al fyr the laat Iwi Ivn years; during
whicbfniin he would wander ocr hi
farm and about Iho ncighburhood, giueml
returning at night. Ou tho lljth ho went
lo Ihe abutc (-othI, alKMK Imlf a mile from
hi home, and, after looking about for some
time, nailed in wherotho water wa,lnl
low. A man by die mine of luraliam
wa fihing on the pond at tlic tune, but,
upposing the mm lo bo merely washing
or cooling hiiixvlf, tmik 110 notice of In
oienti(ins until ho heard the cry '"lielii or
1 WiU drown." He ininieiliatery imdo
toward dio drowning man, giving: the
alarm to omc laborer in an adjoining
field. Ho fotindtho iTeceawd about tlireo
nl from tho tliore rtanding np with die
top of hi head jnl out of water, ami hi
hand renting on n picco of board, lining
unable to get him on the raft he lied a full
lino to him nud drew Inrn anhore. All ef
fort to reauacitale him proved unayniliiig.
Ill ago u Maud lie lcae a widow and
a Urgo clroln. of relatite and fYiciid to
mourn hi nnhapny late. lb.
Among tho attraction at dm Willoiigh.
by lake Home, Vt, are twu two-year old
black bear. They aro quilii tame and
playful, and being confined by long chain
to a aweep near the houiie, d.ey have room
toK.-rfomi their antic, for the iinmcmei.t
ofiitor. lOccaaionally creating on in
tercut extra, they manige to get looo
when tho exercuc of recapturing them
fiirnMieJ excitemciil to numbcra of the
I'oTaTora, We regret lo be informed
that there arc etidcnl algnaofdio prcva.
b-nce ofthe rot among potaloo in aoine lo
calnie in our neighborhood. Thin far tho
ditcaie doe not appear lo be general but
rather local 1 and w hope it may be con
fined lo present limit. The late wann
weather, with the previou rain, undoubt
edly contributed lo bring on Iho diacatc
The pajiera allude lo tho exutenoi of the
diaeaao in moot of tho New Knglam)tati-,
and alao in live Sute of New York. M,
I'niif IL Twisy, a yonug man reaiding
in Hhrcw'ftiury, cumuntted auicide laat
weak by taking opium. The can-oofd...
rash act 1. ,Up l0 Uic been what i.
tiro.-Hlv teml -n-l.uou ,..-...-.
dwiwuthat nuinbei it tictuiu by thou
Id I and, iu.tr td of auppnrting any claim
lo Ihe title of rdlplou, pioves, by it corxe.
ijuencc to partake of a apint imtethe re.
1 ,e,M"' llr "" fnot ,n "'' P'ntual
I "M""aTi Millenain, and other dduslom of
Till; I.ILIKIII LAW.
Mr. (ico. llugbee, our town agent to sell
ardent tptntf for "medicinal, mechanical,
and cbrmioal purpu-as" recently retelred
a auuanoiu from, Han. John ItobeiH,
Couwdtiioner C Ibe Cuanty of Wio.1
luuu, to anas tr 10 sundry charge ofiuu
cavraduct tu die discharge of hi duties a
agont and lo show cause why he aliould
not be itwMved therefor. TIhm charge
against Mr. llugboo m tiait by die
lkid of StWcttueti fur die Iowa of Drat
tleburu, who complained dul he aa daotr
agent had sold IsfUor tu uniaOCesaary
Hiuiiitiuea, aaf bad qutUy, and bad (n.
rnlly cooJaaciaJ tbe business under hit
1MntHrnt In utter disregard of lb in
structiou and wui.e of tbe 4uhl
0 Maaday last a lieanng u bad at tbe
CoejwiMiainr" office ta T uJ-nd, upon
da uutlcr ceUjuned in Ibe petition of the
84laMv arid reruiu witness wrra
failed to support &f Ute rbargrs agauut tba
agcttt I'rooi liie lesttutoiiy lasvtWcJ,
JtUft tlaWru dtttM trtal in certain it,
ttancca, salts af ttitar tiA trspropw pr
(s, t4 w laaprsiser duaalMira, bad bean
Uaae by Mr. Ib(W, but no ntiarsM? aa
offtaod to prave the allrgaUuii dul Iiaptvr
ttf a f-s fvalUj bad Wwi saskt Tb
Jtva.aaUaUaiCadata tbtt lb autbwrMy U
prwenbe rt g-ulalwuat fair Ite sale of li.
ajoar by tt agent was vesUd lb Ibe UaUB
ly CaitJavs, and ua & it tMttt
tana-; tbtt M att not ue hia anwwr to at
ftrf f rW t rfvUMM pi '
IV IvIxkikii hi Hw tm) nr r
l.ti f nrh nU "f rplU bt IS1
cw fw iimk'wI I f tk"ltw tm f(f '
vUlxXis 1m1 Wrai lamrntx-nl It- Um i
twtir for tke Wn-iur W Mr. Dae- !
i r4 hVfli rrfnn hJ brrn ranHmt-
trJ fcf itMi in tlx- lutiHCe of hn dutjr
Jti ! hout4 rrlaluhlm, Un1l pre-ft-uUtiT
for hit future rondocl,
I Ml Ac ny tWUtxxi ifiiruf, )
fuciotT1 pruof bflnj !n. IkiuM rrnair
1 ISKKtt KTCIII'nlK.
A rormrmndent of tb rVientifxs Amer
j r.an, in wntlnf frwa lUt IVrel, En
1 Ihe fnlluoin; ihtermtlnj description of a
rxnil inodecf tranpiMtin; timber fnxntlie
j " Voor piper brln; Ihe repertory of all
I Ihit U new and ntefal, I propose to gire
ton an aecwint of new form of oTercotn-
(KO rrllowr birch lie and 11 larje amount
of bridge and other limber. A Ihe only
place frotn which .Mr C. routd pmriiro tie
!) limber till three Inilea diitant from
die railnnd, on die top of the Green
Mountain iu a place inaccemblc by any
feaaablo road, Mr C frienJl and focn
Jnin,j in prcdictinj tint it wa iiiiwaiUc
fur 1 1 1 1 ri to fulfil the contract. Mr ('. n
reuded thnjujli a rocky ravine to the
j mountain' top, and there gathered in one
vt pile, IM.OOO tie, and other timber.
I Tlirn the qii'ftinn anwe with eicry one,
t I... . 1..1 ......... 1. .tt tl.i. 1.. 1.. ,,.. ....l
by whal iiicana i all thi to be contiycd
lo the railmad.
Only a few wceki of auinmcr weather
is allowed toaccompluh il in, and nothing
but rock and giillio intervene. Surely,
" upceasity 1.1 tho inodicr of invention."
Mr C. goo to w oik and build a amall ub.
atantial aiKiul or Hume of long narrow
j plank, atretchlng from rock to rock, down
the mountain gorge, ncro it reel on a
rock, there high on tho branchra fa tree,
and there again high in the air, it thread
aero the valley iipKiitcd like n telegraph
Hire. In fuiir or fue week ll.o thiro
mile arc completed all built iu the most
imgilc, cheap and auktlniitial manlier.
A amall atrcani of water ia turned into tho
Hume, and twenty men go merrily to work
daubing in the heavy ties ami timber ; away
tliey lly, on the winga of the water, over
the rock and gulf swifter tUnn the wing
of a dove. In four umiiner day tlie pile
of XiOO ton of lumber ia coincycd with
out cwt rruuvtim (Irveu Arountoin in I'c
ru to the railroad ia Dorset.
The Hume retrtiitw Btill nu'tijiired ready
for furtlieruse, MrC'sthoiiaudoP acre
of land (herr toforc woithles) are now- wil
ling to bo cleared of it rirh burden of lum.
her rind fuel, nnd bo trampnrtrd by the
amo magic proce. The limpid atreim
1 willing art ill to do it put ? nnd more
willing thnn all is Mr C, to perform an
other audi feat"
NT.tTK KAIH ATHIMTIIiMKII,
The Dxliibiiion of tho Vermont Agri
cultural Society, tut hcrctoforo Rnoouiiceil,
will be opened on Iho morning of the llltli
of September next, nnd remain open three
Through the enlightened wlicy of dm
Kailroad compami' throughout Iho Mat
and the liberality of the citizen of Moiitjic-
lier, the Ikiard of Management nre enabled
to ttliT very superior inducement to ',
hibitnr lo bung forword all utticlc of
production, whedier Agricultural, Median
ical or ofthe Liberal Alt.
The cxicio ami trouble of IninsiKjita.
tion aru almost wholly amided, under an
arrangement by which article ore carried
tu and from Mouticlii'r without cost to the
Inhibitor nnd without change of ear.
The ground aro cxtciwively laid out and
fitted with great care lo meet all the want
of the hxlnbition. A fine Courw, com
Inanded by largo galloriea for spectators,
tn exhibit the speed and action of Ilnraea ;
convenient nnd cowred stall for 1 lortec,
and sheltered atatul for Cattle) covered
ien for Sheep abundance of water on
the grounds, nnd feed of all sort for aui
mala; spaciuu ond well protected Hall
for all vanetie of manufactured article i
and carefully aclectcd ground for the
Plowing Match have been provided sibI
placed at the disposal of the Society, fur
the tito ofthe Inhibitor,
A premium lift of morn than Ik'aOO dol
lars prepared by the I'reaidcnt, and, ad
nurably adapted to call out nnd suitably
reward every Industrial Kne-gy of the
State i offered to competitor. Great
earn ha been bestowed in the election of
disinterested and competent Coumiittocti of
The general anperiiitcndonco of the
(irounihthaa been committed to Mr I.yman
I'. hite, lo whoo cure amcle for Kxhi-
bition may be directed ; but It I expected
that Kxhibitor will tako charge, of them
before entry at die enclosure.
Tho department of Manufacture, i
laat year, under the management of Mr
John Howe, Jr. of Jlrendon,
fientlemen wlio have been appointed on
Pc" .0I AV"?' ''. " "m "l
! U" ,0 ",' 7" co"?.!"un,fl,,'
'U' H' undersigned at tl.eir earliet cou-
Committees of Award, aisl who will not
Tlie comrnitte are invited to report
therflaeHcx at the Secretary' office iiunie.
ilialely on their arrival.
Thel'lowin? Match will takodilace on
the niornirg of the Ihird day stfy o'clock.
'Ihe odier arraogetnetit of Iho Kxpoiilion,
In dettil will be published hen-after.
It I deemed especially desirable thai a
full representation of die Indiisiriat inter
est f every (juarter of the Stale should be
made this year. The healthy stimulus of
the two last nihibition ha been wnaibly
felt in die increased amount, ami quality
of production, and in large accention to
market value of many kind of property 111
die State; and dii increased activity u lo
be keil up, only by repeated opswtunitiea
for exhibition and comparison.
The (icneral Cotnuiitlcv remote from
the CalUt, and all other awake ta die
true inltn.te of Ibo Hlate, are particularly
iavtU-d tu r 10 It, that die (.roductloua l,f
their respective neighborhood are ftnly
rrpiosejitrd at die I'alr.
Ily order af tbe llatrd.
i. A. IICCKWITII, Cr. Sec.
Middlabury, Aug, , lefsl,
A Nrw Cntscn We tesi il titled
that tbe Cflgregatial SuMty in this
lan,auir tin pastoral cbtrgof liar.
Mr. Hubbard, ara about tv rqwttf'" the
bt8dt w whtcli tkey now Varslip, and
eret a beisufoi rtstjfrb csltficc aa tito
pteant sste. Wa are alway pbsed to
sa-e ibex nbabillafsi J peasfw-naf ma lb
(art uf rwltftfrwa soeun-s, as U gives csvi
tltwica J a tight state wf fwating among Ik
wsaplc liatda (ituand. Iktutingtaaa.
Tba Wtsbi. lUfnJUi, t. ftt Axaltnc
Mt III BOW pailrtaovaj w4aly.
vtniaiTTTTt: Tttriir.w ao
TtalrSI A.m., r-aslsat.
The Aasts-aalion assi-aiahlrd. rntrstiahl lo
th ell tt the r.terutise Casmmttee, at
Itutland. lit" I'rrmdenl, H.et. W. Smith,
D. D., in the elmir. IVare ws aatTrrrsTby
Iter. Dr. Aiken.
Tlie records af the rast ttmutl toetUng
On motion, Iter. Dr. Ilkia, He. Dr.
Alkpfi, arsl J. H. Sjwulding, were appiunt
ed a Iltaainrss (Committee.
Dr. II if V. ). K. Kpanlding. and J. K.
Corky, were appaiinled a Committea lo
Nominate OHieer for tire year ensuing.
Tin Association then listened to r.n ad
dress from Her. Dr. Smith, I'rrident of die
tiTtasoos si taio.
Tbe liusineas C-ommi'tec made a report
fixing Ihe Injurs for commencing and ad
journing, which wa adojited.
The Committee on the I'ublicalion of
Addresses reported that as a part of die d
dresios cannot be obtained, it ia inexpedi
ent tn publish any.
i he Association listened Iu an ad 1ms
from Mr. II. Orcutt, Principal of Thetford
Academy. Subject "urrrj yiliim-
liona Intlurnci." The theme of the lec
ture wa discussed by Messrs. Howard,
Allis, and others.
A resolution in reference tn lgulatiie
action on theaubject of HiuWr education
was introduced, and after much discussion
by Messrs. Aiken, Hicks, Walker, l'ang
born, I.ee, Alii, Tajlor, Orimbeo and oili
er, w.i referred to a Committee consisting
of Itev. A. Walker, I IOnmbce, and '..
The first hour of the session was occu
pied in discussion of resolutions previonsly
The Association wn addressed by Ilev.
. II. I.vmbcrt of Salem, N. YH on die
subject of " IhttfMuUt anil lAcir 7iVu-
wi n.Msint sMinii.iu srssto.N.
Tho Association wa called to order by
the l'reidcnt l'rnycr wn oifercd by Itev.
After Ihe minute of the preceding day
were rend, nnd approved, in the absence or
the lecturer expected on the ocensinn, K.
I- Omibee, from the Committee 011 leg
islative Action reipiented dint fuiir others
be ndded to that Committee, nnd, on mo
tion, Ihe following named gentlemen were
ndded to tho Committee, Itev. Dr. Smith,
Ilicks, Ait.cn. nnd Rev. N. Ilishop.
Dr. Aiken introduced Ihe following re,
olution, which nfler discussion by Messrs.
Ie, Hush, Orintboc nnd other, was adop
ted. irsomf. That the Presidents ofCollcg
e and the High School nnd Acailcmies, in
tho State, he riipicsted to forward to the
Corresponding Secretory of this Associa
tion, on or before the first of Augutt of
each year, n statement of the number of
student, amount ol apparatus, Libraries
and anything else of interest relating to
their Institutions ; nnd that the Secretary
he reipiestcd to embody their statements in
a report beforo the Association at its annu
.Mr. Pniigliom introduced the following
lltmtrtil, That a thorough classification
of student on the basin of their acquire
ments, ond ti regular course of etudy iu our
Acailcmies, is nhsolutely necessary lo se
cure eisinomy of tho time both of Teacher
nnd Scholar, nnd nn efficient progress ol
Discussed by tho mover, Mcb.irs. Ilithop,
Oniutiee, Penlmdy nnd other, nnd laid 011
The Iteport of the Committee for nomi
nating officers for tho ensuing year, wn
heard and accepted.
On motion, tho Kxrcutivu Committee
wero instructed to preparn business for the
next annual session, to occupy tho hours of
the sessions in the intervals of die Addren
so. Tho Resolution relating to clns-sification
of school was taken up, nnd discussed by
Messrs. ()rmhcc, I'angborn and Penboily,
nnd again laid 011 the Inula.
The Association listened to nn nddress
by W. A. Iliirnham, of llnrr Seminary, on
"School Gov criiment."
The Hesolvo on classification of schoola
wa called up, and on motion amended by
inserting the word school ikstead of acad
emies, and having been discussed by Messrs
Hush, Peabody, Alii', Reynolds, nnd oth
ers, wa again laid on the table.
The Committee on Resolutions on leg
islative action reported dm following.
ItttoheJ, That a Committee of seven bo
appointed to draw up h memorial to the
legislature, asking for such legislative ac
tion in aid ofthe cause of Education, n a
sound, wip and liberal policy requires.
On motion, tho Chair apiointed Messr.
Hick, IawcII and C. Walker, a Committee
to nominate said Committee, who rewrted
lis? following named gentlemen!
Rev. Worthington Smith, 1), I)., Hev.
Ilenjunin lyibaree, D. D., Rev.J. A. Ilicks,
D. I)., Hon. Horace tatnn, Hon. D. M.
Camp, Rev. N. lluhop, 7.. K. Pnngborn.
The Association listened to an Address
from C. il, llayden, of St Albans, on
The resolutifln pertaining lo classifica
tion of schools was read, discussed by
Messrs. Ixiwcll, Ilishop, Patchin ot New
York, and others, and laid upon the table.
Tiii'stntY mormsu trino.s,
Prayer by Iter. J. Steele, AfUr Iho
roiding of die record of the preceding day
die rc-iort of the Treasurer waa read and
Un motion, the Iteport of Committee on
Nomination was called up and adopted,
urricrat ion tiii. i.itti-iu irta.
Her. Wusthiiuton Smith, D, D, Ilur
lington. Vitt Prtiiihnli,
Iter, J. I). Wickham, Ilennington Co.
J. P. Kairtiinka, Caledonia,
Iter. II. P.llickok, Chittenden.
H. C. llcnton, IVsex.
H. Kll II. Smith, Franklin.
Hev. S. Robinson, Iamoille.
K. II. Wtstster, Orange.
D, M.Cainp, Orleans.
Ret. C. Taylor, Rutland.
Iter. H. M. Mardey, Washington.
Kev. J. S. I.u, Wiisbwr.
ho. Mead. Windham.
Iter. O. fi. Whedir, (.Vand Isle.
II. Katon, Addisoa
34. K. I'angborn, St. A lb tin.
J.firabatu.IJarton; 1. D. Kinyibnry, Illnes
bargb. Tba faUowing rttfllutmu wa iboo Intro
abterwl by Dr. Wallace :
ItmlitA, Tbtt thatawtablisbiQaint of Un
ian Salfsalt U.n a prrtdutlsj system u of
IM grwaKM Knporlauaor.aiad should be aar
rwd liaUetTeat wha-ret,. ij4 M-Jn
Wlurti ssta bud ou tba table.
Ataoctsmoii kdaantl until t, a.Vkack
TV .sw(ttKn w raited lo order by
Vhta presitdetil Tjlrar.
tin ton, V.sted, tb the Kterutlir
Cvmtwittee be antlsxtres) lo draw itvwHrt
frma die Trtanry lo defray expenass id"
Cowmittee 00 IegWttlc action.
Hesolntlorw rr 1st trig to Cnioai Schawls
waa called np and dicoed by Metaars.
I'angborn, Walker, Allis, (iraham and
Taylor, and a doptrj. Oen. Hopkins then
dclircrrd an addmoudaeQiutKinScbsol
Itessalution were then sissed expressing
thanks to die pa ople ol Rutland for their
hrsipiulrty, to the gentlemen who had la
vorcial the aa-iation with addresses, ami
lo such railroad companies a had furnish
ed return tickets gratis to tltwse attending
Association adjwrn?d without date.
WuTiii!oTri."s Smith, I'n-st
J. (IntiiiM, u ,
J. D. Ki.rM, W-frrt"-'-Tho
new Ijrcutlle Committee ww wcro
II. Orcutt, K. (J. Tracy, and ampler gen
tleman whitse name we do not now recol
lect an- not iu the report
Hull KioiiT n Vrs'ioMT ! We were
astounded the other day to meet widi a
Handbill, adiertiting a Hull-fight, to come
ufTat llradford on the'id Inst. The Hulls
were described a powerful animals nnd
very equally matched, and they were
to he ct together by the horn for the pub
lie amusement! Such barbarism we ncicr
eviected lo hear of in Vermont ; and al
though wo now suipcct il wa meant for
n joke a political address having been
previously advertised for the aame hour
nearby, we inut aay thaltlio joke, if joke
it wjs, was n very Irnla! one. Cliron
etc. Tin: Rattle (iboi'm, is the title ol a
new piper jutt issued at North llenning
Inn, by Ctnt fc Atki.ii. Its politics ore
Democratic, of die " fogy " cast, and the
salutatory declares that it will supimrt the
principles announced by President Pir.tu-i:
in his inaugural. Mather a back-handed
cut nt our President Pirncr. of tWoy.
Hut, seriously, die issuo of a sheet like
the " Itattle fironnd" is a good omen, so
far n the busities nnd enterprise of North
HenningtiMi are concerned ; nnd argues o
degree of octiiity there, that we aro happy
to observe. We wish Messrs. Canr it
Atkiiss a good degree of snccc, iecunl
nrily ; but the old scratch fly nwny with
nOcje, of dijii'idicg.
A Bachelor friend of ours says that he
ncicr attempted, to mike hut one speech to
a womnn, nisi then did not succeed. It
was a beairiiftil moonlight night, and he
caught her hand and irrupt iiptnliis knees.
He only saw a streak of calico nsblio went
over the bar. He did nut see her for a
fortnight, ond (hen n fellow was feeding
her molasses enndy nnd ginger cake nt n
circus. Cnyuga Chief.
The young lndy who wa carried
away by her feeling has been brought
hock on a wheelbarrow.
Tho Filchbnrg Ittrtllt head a two
column lender with the local query, " Are
the mass of our citizens honest?" He has
probably been looking over hi subscrip
At a fourth of July celebration iu Mo
rion county, Illinois, a young lndy ofiercd
the following toast:
"The young men of America TAriV
arm our support; Our nruvi their reward.
Fall in, men, fall in."
Tho Mnsotiic fraternity of Cineimiiti
hove forwarded $7000 to tho New Orleans
sufferer the nmount contributed by mem
ber of the different Masonic lodges in
Mr White of Mnrlboro', N. H, who
wn injured on die occasion of the Nor
walk catastrophe, has received WjlWri from
tho Railroad Conqiany, in payment for hi
Dr. Tobert do l.Dinballe, a distinguished
physician of Paris, announce that u shock
nlVh-ctricity, given to a patient dying from
the effect of ohloroflinn, immediately
counteracts it influence, nnd returns the
patient to life. The fact ! worth knowing
if it ba n fact
An eminent inmicnl compoicr at the
Court of Vienna, i busily engaged compo
sing a new March of Intellect for the Kin
pcror of Rusia. Ho need it
An advertiser in a New York paper
paper wishes a wife ; s6mc " female who
ha struggled with misfortune and desires
to improve her condition." lie says it is a
" very desirable opportunity."
A paper, printed in one of tho " Rural
Districts," says tliat there 0 reemployed on
tho New York canal .'M,000 men and 7,
000 hoys, who do cursing and swearing
enough to dam Niagara..
A lot of pure blooded, short horned
cattle, purchased in Kngland, sold at the
farm of Hrutus Clay of llourbon Co, Ky.,
nn Ihe 18th inst, renliiing extraordinary
prices. One bull brought IIW; an
other, ilRM. None uf them cost much
over j 1 ,000, A cow which cost JfiOO, sold
for jk,0.V). Southdown bucks brought as
high aa $75.'!, and CoUwold.1,010.
A.t Imiiii.t. A little boy, clad
rly, standing 111 front of the Western
Hotel, waa accosted this morning by a rude
young man, with the question :" Doe
your modier know you'r out r" The little
fellow looked at die interrogator a moment
while liii bo-sun heaved, and the tear
gathered ill hi eye, and replied " Sir, my
dear mother la dcadr" Ilurfalo Republic.
The Patterson, (N, J.) Intelligencer
give a curious incident ol a lato thunder
tonn 1 A little girl wa tanding at a
wimloW before which waa a young maple
treo. After a brilliant flash of lightning, a
cannph-te Imago of die Ireo wa found Im.
rimed on her body. Thi is riot the firtt
Instance of die kind, but it ia a- singular
IttTllra Di.n. Somebody stole
water-melon from a patch in Fitchburg,
the odier night, and left a scket book on
tb ground containing f 500. The propri
etor ofthe pitch adva-rtiso that he hat a
few nsire melon lift!
lltyard Taylor aay. that tho Chloose
rebel have translated portion ofthe Ilible,
and that aim of the ten couiinanduienla, a
translated road thus "Thou ahatt not
commit aalulu-ry, nor ausdio opium."
Mod-ity is by no ueria on die wane
at die Crystal Palace. Workmen are now
engaged In placing dn fig leaves on die
culpture-wi ti Mrs Adarn.
Tba mau whose w M rue transpired,"
Ulks ofnrtineningdKriiext debating so.
eirty far a new one.
Al a recent celebration of die friend
1 Young Irrlaisl, dae following tmut tt
K"t " WuiaHw nrUt weubgy
lie tfak$ fur Urrff'
Tba favorite cnftl (W remuving
freckle. 10 Pari, 1 an uiiici of aluu,, ti2
as ounce of leaoa jule. p,rt ( rvtf
"TJef Oe IBt" tha bTKirts, arirut
TiiKsTi:txi:n ciii:iiiik:u m iimmi
tsi nil! u ri:tt iiitnK
l pMnl, a.f I'lts llMaatf4 1hss,asil
INatlsIS aaaif Ih aaf lta.a IWlt4-
Onettfllie nswH ImiH-nJatn r wir1ra
Iknts so fat as Ibe ausHiut of Htxwilr ib--stKned
I esaiwinrsl, took pltre In .New
Yjvrk cn FHdy mgbt Tit 6nr w tliiw
mrl shunt sieirn oVkark in board
ttesunship Clierukre. Istng st tlV fiml ofj
u arreti street, wtiicn watt jitt sailol
Saturday noon ft llsitnin and New Or
lean. The whole of that part of llie citv wat
illuminated by the rtanie. A much largtr
a mount of propeity wat consuuied than at
the Peail street fire, or. in fact, any fire,
which has occitrrr-d iu this city for shwko
jt-srs, Fires, like railroad catastnirlires.
come on us in slwiaers, ami one grtuil firovl
is urc to be Hie precuriaor of aisither.
The fire ws first discotcied br lire? dock
watchman, nainesl Jame MlirJiv, wins ob
tsirsl anxike issuing from (lie alial after-
pang-way, and through the side lights, j
The llaiuei first burst up dm companion-
W IT inHIl 1J1U S7SUII1. 1
Various rvits wrre afloat a to huw I
the Cherokee caojlit lire 1 but the tnost '
,.I.,.,IiIm l K II..I ,,unwt,m. '
of vltibd had been stownl along with tbn
cargo, and hsd set firs to die g.MsIs 111 the
hold under the cabin. Certain it is, it did
not onginvtc In the engine room, as the as.
sistant engineer hvil hut a few minute
beforo gone round and examined the rtsnn.
Half an hour after the lire broke out, llie
sky was so bnlliaully illuminatisl dial ob.
jects could be seen out in the stream.
Much apprehension, al first, was felt
lest she wuuld blow up, as it nn known
there was ponder 011 board. Hapily, how.
ever, the powder aa discovered and re
moved from the aliijt. A few minutes of.
Icrw ard an explosion was lienrd, when a
general rush wn made from the wharf.
The report pnvecded from dm explosion
of some jsiwiler ill tho enptoin' office.
Tlie Cherokisi belonged lo tho United
Stales Mnil Stenmship Company the Com
pany is composed of Messrs. ('corgi- lave,
M. O. Roberts, and others. She wn built
about fiie year ago, by Jnmcs W. Webb,
and transferred by llonloud t Asptnnnll
to (icorgn Iaw, nud others.
Tho Cherokee was n liandsumn vessel,
and Iho loss to tho Company cannot he
iinilcr $'JH0,(ltH), nnd some cstitrtilu it nt
r."i,H)0. Shewn 1,'..') tons biirlhen,
M10 feet in length, X in brcultli, mid 17
ill depth, sjnd was newly painted and relit
tep up, which polity account for her burn
ing up so quickly.
The Cherokee hod no insurance, nnd
will be a deud loss tn Iho ceHiqmny.
She had a few pxssenger engaged for
Ilavnuna and New Orlc.ni.
The cargo, which wos chiefly consigned
to houses in New Orleans, was unusually
large. There wcro about l."00 package
of merchandise, valued ot about $;KX)
each. There were about UIKI shippers,
these no doubt had insured their goods.
The total los therefore, of ship nnd enrjo,
would amount to lnif a million.
Attempts weru inoilo to draw the Cher
okee out into the stream and then scuttle
her. The steatn-tttg Corning, Gitalin nnd
P. Carey, hid a ropo nlticlicd to, Iter hut it
broke, ami it was loiind linjKissilile tn take
her out, us alio was grounded, nud nil at
temcts to scuttle or tnko her out into tho
strenm proved Iruitless, end iiotlnug could
bo done for her hut )sitir iu copious strenms
of water, which wa heartily ilotio by the
firemen. The steamboats n ml teasels ly
ing near the Cherokee, imiuvdi.ttcly clear
ed out w lieu the firu broke out, so that
there was no danger of the shipping: tnking
lire. At Ihfc fire 111 Pearl ttreel there w 11
nn immense coiicourso of people assembled
but nothing like that which congregated a.
round the Cherokee. Tho "street, whines,
steamboat, docks and matt of ship in
the vicinity were crowded with spuclutors.
Probably nut less than 110,000 people weru
It is very difficult to rido on two horses
al 01100, hut it Imm been done. It is dono
in the circus every day, ami kojixo more
skillful tqiicslrtan will ride on four or file,
hut they ore always pressed close together,
sometime they are umtml by their bridles,
nnd oluys they arc trained lo go togeth
er. Fimlly, and must iuisiitnnt, thnv nil
go the same way. Wo do not think thot
Franconi would attempt to rule twu horses
going in different direction, and if ho
should announce that he would rido four
or live horses ench going inn direction dif
ferent from oil the others, wc do not sup
poso that anybody would believe him.
(Jen. Pierce found no difficulty in ruling
Democracy, aud Secession, and Free Soil,
ami Slaiery, nud Abolition, so longiisthey
wcro hound together and all went thusimo
way, in the direction of Ihe sul., by thn
shortest mute and thu highest speed. Hut
when tlioy begun tn scpnralr, and each lo
go his own way toward a different Hiint of
the compass, the gamo was up, tho riding
wa mcr, and Ihe rider hesitated upon
winch to throw himself, unwilling to trust
one ond abandon the others, fell to the
ground deserted by them all. I Iu might
nave been thrown from either horse, ho
was certain to ho thrown unless ho chum
0110 from all thn real. All administration
must have some line of policy, foreign and
domestic ; it must indicate, in its appoint
ments, some plan, and pursue it with some
degree of consistency ; a pirty may bo
niailo up of inodcralo men of nil mJ.k, but
it cannot be mndo lip of the extreme of
all side. To select one man who holds
that the Union ought to ho dissolved rath
er than slavery bo perpetuated; and to
balance him by another who holds Hut it
should bo dissolved rather than the slight
est interest of slavery should ho unfavor
ably ntfectfcd, is ml the way lo meet dm
moderate views of the great body of the
people, who hold thot die Union is infinite,
ly above die question of slaiery or free,
soil. Such appointment pleaso only the
men who get them, aud half of them, nil.
fit for tide-waiters, think that their clsim
are slighted by n 11) thing tinder a foreign
mission. Prov. Jour.
The manager of thu American Art Un
ion issued a citcuUr, slating tint in con
sequence of Iho decision, that their (otter.
ie were illegal, they Jiavo adopted a new
medium of communication between artist
and the public. Thsy projiuse to open a
gallery lor free exhibition of tho woikaof
American artiatson the 1 5th of Kept ember,
to cnntiimn until the Ifith of Dec., when
a publia sale of dm painting then on ex
hibition will Im (osilii fi.p tl.,, l..,...r., ..r ii..
rtic interested, A coiniiilstion of eight I
ieroent nt, will bo chirgei) ot) sales at '
public auction, j
rWaar Stout.- A corrcrpondent of thn
Delaware CautU state thai a woman liv.
ing in a housa belonging to Mr. Hurton, a
sliort dlslaajco from '.w l..ll,. w..,.i 1..,..
a neighboring meadow a few day ago, for
Ihe jiurpofl of gathering grape, when a
black snake, which hid laid concealed ill
Iho grass, fattened itself around her leg.
SImj fainted from fright, but Imw long alio
lay nun uneontctou state is not known.
On coming to, however, she found diat the
snake still kept her company. She tnus
tereal rouragn si! ran for the liouie, but in
her bl she loat the key of die door,
which thu had loekeal before 'earing. She
then returned to the meadow, (the sniko
still nrrupying his pusiliuu) and after find
ing tho ker, the thought slruck Iter to go
to a in ighboring atreain and drown Iho r
lliot SliaMiroarhed llie water, whp t,M
nikeslilpdshbentiajy crsviijed huntaHf and
guaeii ou aiiHing lite grass, I
Our fnend, Mr. I.yon. the l'rinei! tit
tb well known KditMlUHuJ Institute at j
1 trrytciwn, l,a jUtt shown us a rurvi 1
and wonderful reg, laid by a oomuiori fotil ,
on hi farm. It u double, tlm miuide tbatt
rriwtuniig about en incbssi 111 orrutn.
bmjUuluy, arid being, S caxirsa ,
about dio situ of ! r gg. The 111.
Jaer one 1 shnost f the urdutary ssjve uf a
ben's. 'Hi Kita-r una had a birgti yailk,
and the inner t w jV; The Urn uf.
leu lay tuga iUy. (Newark Duly
Kci-(aa aopialuUrK wKh t-vwy atrsnm
-V""lgf ' r--srajaw-
f 7 Jtaia will ss " b" a tw'' sf , 1
..I nilsait hi tha rTW- .af thr. r,..,n..
and ate aaltSsa srtaV fiar ttew a frlt ll r, ,n
tin .IHWf asf a few wataaxt VN o
h'twl idi! Ik fjtlipetaw wtll rrlatsr t,,
mia Gait. I"rfty, t any awsat f,tK ,(,.
(Itnntnment. and that iiihMtg but fnr
will necnrv intercoonte wWs tlwt eawmtit
An intelligTtit Oermsn travtwlsw, ilirraiaat
ker,) wis In studied this praf"- tbonwivl,
ly, rentirk thai Ihe l!aaipwr llaere lit,..,
very w HI "list Is gwwg on all ,m Bt
world. He sty si .
"He ha all kinds .-and the ln-st ifH,nH
of fraagtapliica and histnrtral
translated mti Ins language 1 and intpfpr,
lee for ihssjIj- etery country 1 sisl h. ,.
wide awako, by th)s time, a lowhat ,1,
rr aie shout, and j hat be It to evpori
It 1 Isat likely that lie ahowld br lgtsaiit
of die (wwer of hi antagiwnst ; nH, j,,
ltt think lint he will bo is-naisaiM I,, ,,
thing, aisl then the question arise if.Ur
natlima laka' what they cvitte-t gel nul,
free will, w III it 1 tot be nm sry to franw
a new onler of laws, stating the reitain
sum or amount whem stealing emit an
justifiable Msessloii ciunmeiiee f
It will not he such an easy war wni,
tlie Jniasnese, llxitigh. The n'rhnst Iwit
defcisl IhMr line the ntut Aereelv. aisl
Ihe Japiliese are far better soldiers tlm,
Ihe Chinese! their roast being eiisoI..
by cliff and ncks, while the nn-t,-,!,
wrallier ami sudden gales nf those latitiiils.
aro alo In Iheir filcragalntt an oppntti h
in" or cruising enemy. The amtller
lands may be taken, 1 hue no doubt t
leist irt tiir frcinieiinnevtloti wlih the Iti
ger one ; but hostile mlion will fitsl w
Japanese far belter prepsted for an sllsi It
than they now suspect Another ditliriilt,
Willi the Jnpaiirsn will ho dm inqsvasitiilin
of half mensiires. If ihe Americans rlo
force an rntranee nt some point niul it it
n likely ist Ihey may do so-ind do
not take the wlndii Islaml, Ihey will br
walled iu, 111 0 very short time, nnd ien,iit
ted to sen Hide enough uf their neighbors,
Still, the Islands nre too winll to resist for
any length uf lime, renewed attacks ami
his Majosrywill hive In yield, first Ins
country, nnd then his rtmui, about as wi!
lingly ns thu California Imlitins, or Sikhs,
or AiistralMii blacks, or,, in fact, all other
nitloits that have seen their countries (lu.r
ruii by strniigor nnd enemies,"
Vail, noil -Tht, IVIllg S.
l'.ierv Whig in the Slate ought to bear
111 iniiid the dislinguialied position, wlurh
the Suite Ins long held on account of her
firm and iuinnveriiia ailherenre to poltliral
nriuciplce, in spite of ten thousand altempta,
liy our opnioiits, lo ilislract, dliide and
conquer. Hiery whig ought to keep In
mind, tint 'United, we stind dilidcd, wn
(nny) foil." Tint wn nny Invo stri-nglli
enough, when united, to resiat and oer
er all opsHitioii, in nil forms is evident
IHini our pist hiitory. Whether u mil
resist nnd mrrjioner tint opposition, de
penils nn ourselves, llich linn his n per
soii.il duty nud a vroml rexinibility in
this mitter. If he will remniii truo to his
political princijilei, niul will net up to hi
measure of political duty, Iho fntiini will
be ns the post Ins been, nnd Wrmont will
continue In ho tho "star that never sets."
And wc siy, also, that nil Incidental
nnttor of publio iiitciost, as depending on
the action ofthe goiermitcnt in iu its in
rions tlepirtmciitH, will be duly cored lor
aud securest. Wo hope, ns n matter of po
litical duty, aa well a for thu iHinoroflio
Whig pirty in Vcrimmt, that eiery Whig
will heed thcao things and nit nuiordingly.
A mm mined Henry Jeiming is In be
executed nt St. Joseph, Mo., 011 Ihe ad of
September next, for lining nbout rum year
since, in company with Ihreo or four oth
ers, forcibly taken out ol his own housu
one li. II. Willard whom they suspected
of lieing 011 die point of nhseoisling, to the
injury of hi iVeilitnni uvircheil him thru'
unit of thu prineiil street of the town. In
a thicket or erove in thu lirinily, tied linn
to n tree, nnd there whipped hmi lo'ilealh.
The New York Independent give utter
ance to the following singular language:
"Aiming all tho earnest minded young inert
who bio nt thi moment lending in thocigU
and notion in America, wc venture In ij
lint four fifths nrti skeptical even of the
great historical fiictsnf Christhnily, What
is tuld os Chrisliar.doctrinohy thodiiirchc
is not even considered by diem. Anil fur
thermore, there) U among tltou, n general
ill coneisiled distrust of dio clerical body
os n class, and 11 it utter disgust with tho
very aspect of modern Christimity and of
church wonhip. 'liii skepticism U not
Ihppai.t; little w mid nbuiil it. It is not a
peculiarity ahum of the radical nisi fnmt
icj ininy of tliem nre menofcnliii aisl
even Inlanco of iniiul, and belong lo no
class of tiltmistH. It I ik4 worldly and
selfish. The dotiblers lend in the most
K'lf-tli;nyiiig enterprise of dm day.1'
JIAII. AIIHA.MllC.aili.M ,
(Irent compluint nre madcofthoifregu.
larity of tho malls. Theo derangement
ore naturally In he eiected, from tho 11a
ineroii changes of polm.itpr nnd mail
agents, and so long os the system of rota
tion in office i practiced by political par
ties, must ho tolerate.. Hot wo dealrn lo
call tho nttention of the department, aisl
nf the press in Ihcso uirl of tlm rounlry
affected by it, to the great and liimeressa
ry inconvenience of the present mail ar
rangement frU Springfield north. Thn
attention of the ilepnrtment In been call
ed to it by otiti,jiM for ritdress, but the
answer hnsheen rcluriied that tm change 1
needed. The answer i dictated either by
ignornncoof tho acliinl cffiTt nfllio pre.
mt uviil nrraiigemcut, or n culiabli ills
regnrd of Ihecnnienirnco and want of tlm
It now take four diva fur a Hirsou cith
er side of Hollows Fall to writo to any
place on Ihe other aidn, ami gel an answer
All miil matter passing HeJ'ow Falls,
cither down or up, must lay ou r at that
placo one day. A letter is is days going
from WeslmiiisterloClinrlestuwuJes than
twenty miW-a, by railroad, though two
train run between theni daily. This in
convenience extends In alt place north
and south of lldlows FII, and it Is pro
ductile of icry great injury especially to
people of tin Statu wlio lisie biuiness
corrisspondeiico on the line of Ihe roid. -There
are three mail agent running from
New Haven In lb-Hows Pall, arriting there
at night There an? two mill agenla be
twei-ii Ilelluw Fall and St. Jolmsbiiry,
leaving thn former place al iskiii sod re
turning in the alternant. This latter ar
rangement Is mule to amirniiKalalc tli
Hoston mall which come tn lb-Hows Falls
over thn Cheshire rnsd at noon. All tint
I needed toretmdy thi delay 1 In apjoint
anodier mall agent on the route from IW
low Fulls north, and In-iteidnf slopping at
lletlow Fall, let Ihem continue on lo
The diartaneo Irom New Haven lo IM
lows Fall la about die aame a from St
Jidiiisbury lo Springfield, aisl prubshly
nearly all the additional exjieme would be
the arijiiuiH-n' of aisnTier agent ; but if 11
ahuuld be doublo Ibis sofunt, the rlfcmn
tUnces would warrant (he (ipersliture.
The agent ikiw stop al IW-lt.ws Fslls, and
the mall car continue on lo JlprinyfieW
esnpty, and rrlurn ompty lu the us-ariiinf.
We think there oo!,l beliitje If anylhm;
us.ro to be psld to the railroad csumpiny
or for carrying Ihe mail Iron, Iho iilrusal
lo thai IW Office, and tin might be ti
inlilished by luating Ihl lotll only at tl"
We pritem thi casst to Hi deiartui-iit
sasofb;iu giwiawe, ranting irry v'esi
Injury and incomenltsr to pobhr.aisl
uig thair attentioiiU.il. Wo are aa-li
aware of lln inuliitude of aoptKatKHtt
pftsuaing ii(,n thai dt-parlNwr.t, but that I a
wiling for hoiiH-tlltte rtdn-s, a'st
lor. it cau be don so .lly. arsl wall aa.
Utile eipei.se, it outfit fj rtceive prutHsat
rxauiiiutla. . ItmUIiUm' XUiUna
Jiaha fiinst wateleauta j at Cull" '
dt, Virginia, ou Friday, for die 0.1
of Iti own rUughlttr. Pinaou t hf '
r hs titttla a confasstKM,, si tunc '
lujO,rf u iu w-a'u. close !,. t