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1 4 ( tin r-rj 1 b fst4 tsf il
aaf, l tsaf rawit-4 W day ,
w r - tf itittfVoWoa Lewtr. lr
, M Ml., that tit Yankee 1
' Mirt j Uic4fcflf m liw Writ,
1- r. 4 at lny sWy l ft
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tut. XMtf llml rA YatAWa tW.
I . vnrtk !IJ0 fvf tJty, tl f U
tosm ti ilt a ouuiiJcrable sal
tw it attstuiMy sj-t lif iWf !
Siwwt ;H in ru JuUwtj Ui h
ps .U, new tjioarer?ei of i ntUwtsl
IH( . M lwUtt l utdn.
fcBftj Wb, irolitUr, W I stn
lml br Wrb lite eire U t-anti
may W tttvd, ,nl it be rtwred nhb
Ibe ttu and fs-gaUrtlT tbrwtrb
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Wt m m. 4lmtl ilrrputi rise .aim '
mI -tlh IOHlirt th lrr '
ItO a ill tit, tft Ju(trr, M iUt '
Mms it ml T Wrfi wth jti!1 "t
1 1 it urn mfli nj Urj Irtr
jW In ih ring f Klor.
WVIt, !!rUiojlv Cutum1rj
Ulr jitt murli tnriltifil l M j
ifiuWtiim T ibv rtW itnj llif
fmnHr cnjinr, r fhoaM l lo '
h ulnif wrfita', wlikli our
lwttfl rt-lrrll iltirlnj Minti!
rr A. I). 1.0i IUjr kV ( ,
m m Irtjr orImry Alt oomrtxtq-
Only llirrc iUjr jt r Vfl m.
4hiM wbtrr S(f J!m Frunkltn wt t
lbt j l Mfh lie rvpllnl. b w
rfuiirt trirml (olfiN-rt mil crew nil
rllj n lb fnlrrirtr f llw frtb. M j
lnrli Ii bloliiiiinl tnlri llirott-li i
Willi k feir rrm irV m lb ritli' j
tsttlilr, rwduiliiilir Drt Irrturn on
Al'vnw.jj lb rti-ii''lr T llie fourm 1
bring runl1fiJi In u rfml Irrturc, '
Irwllnj df lb pUnrK. M.ir. .luj.ilcr,
Slurn, mil N"l"n' AtirroMi, ariil
lbdi4 tar, wlilrli hit. Wn; "fl
lng." nr. urcnnlinjf la Mr. CliNrlrt
I)i-Vrn. Amfrtcjuv profwrty.
Vwf Ay fJl ,lHAor. Ilincmnl tn
Inrrr am mul'ioiinl jnU maVlnj ufe
4 1 lit nbra pnliiMkui, wiilutobtii
lug llw liffeiMr BullHirilJ" from the
prt'rktoM of ilto l'ioricT lsr!nc.
To lboe wlia tny obtain tucli nuilwril,
t tujr b wrll la rtnlr, llitt t tlid cloe
of lb Jpcturelt wm tin lutrnllon oftbo
nulbor la ribibil nrxl xpUjn to Iip mi-l-iifiii
oricrjr, Mtrvmpniin mJ u
lr!rlnj lii renmrkit br n cliolca c
Irvtionof jwpuUrairon llie lianJorin.
Ail cconuinicjil urrrrjr nu bo ivn
tnifteil bjr Rttneliinj eis'ilern Irci of
jm.lunltj Icnjllu In tb ili.rfl of rjin
illculck, mp!r of illfTcrent tltet Ixrinj
ptarol t lltctr rdrvinelli' lu rrprttent
llm pUnrlr, n rrnlnil omni;o ri-t-Uig
on the c'llenlfl, rrprctentinj Ilia
An ottttj of U ilrwriit!oii It buw
i i , . ., i ,i ,i .in. i t
vcr liable lolbo iibjecilon. lhl If l,.i.l. j
r.1 around auionf lliq audience for ex
nminalicxi, il it aeldooi returtiol unin
juretl. 'llie author bat known an in
alanca In which n club! four teart
age, on an occatloi tif I hit kind, devour
ed In Ulceration tbu plnuctt of Jupiter
and Ileracbel, and bit n Urja p)t nut
of the tun befurebe could bo arretted.
lUaain'i Bona. The indication! are
tbtt IWrnWt At'ioaiooairnr. concern
in; whkh ao much hat been ttid oflate.it
likely to have a widrr aale than any work
ever pubhthed In Ihia country. Having
bad the prill!(e iif l.xkinj uirr Mr. Itixl
fieldt rder" book, wo found ihtt llie ordera
frooi boukaellrrt and Irnellinj a;rntt, call
ed, up to yrtlrrdty (the lltii) atlerrKn,
for lha ritraotdliunr number rf ntnly a IJ
(UkMnj coplea. 1 ordert recelvril by
Vch '",i!0,, l"Cfd'ble varyinf
onon the Uttr than iha forrorr and all
Ihii williout the aiightett proaprcl of abate-
tnent. Iloiktvllert whoae genera! nnlrrt
for riew JhU rarely ed half a do.en
each, ordtr tbtt woik In bundrodt and Gre
hundred.. Travelling acenU aeldom call
for teat than 100 copiea, and frequently at
high aa l,0CJ. Were il n.,1 foe tho ealra.
ordinary ttlo el "Uncle Toui'a Cabin,"
bleb. we uJeratind, reached a loul
aU of :iWKO copiea. the foregoing faeu
would be perfectly airutliigi at It U,
tliey tppcar coruptntlrely aatouudtng.
Kbonld the ordert continue for (lie neat two
moMba In the Mine ratio, aa the publtther
conAdeotly atilicipitea. the copy right of hit
autobioffip-'iv, for the Umt'd Hlalea atone,
ill net llmrji.i over $JX),1J0. A". )'.
A MoaiMtaT I. about to be erected In
llmcrmetery at iubt!eeCollfge,lllirU, to
lbs tnttuory of lb Ul Iliahip Chaws It
la cut from Die wbila Rutland rrarble,nd
la appropriilrly Jeiijnrd and well etecuted.
base ta lour Int irtrea Ittclie riutte,
and rte ooa. Tha tub baaa of a heavy
moslding it lbrt fr three locha t.,iitre,
from hkh riaea Ibe die, two feel tbrro
I cf4 aauare, anrmouutrj by the cap.
Tha whole tnonumetit wi" be alt feat eight
iocbee blgb. The general plan of the
teceumenl ta Intended ta represent the ;
readutg-dutk of the chttK-el. The ablet !
t Iht d-t are rot in a (Jothkc naneL upon I
miitii at ptacaid wo Inacrtptbw, one giv. ,
lag it aceouM of bla birth and van-xta
naiwhea td wkatli be waa rrrtor.
uU.a, ait WUti -JtJwrah Nirvh (olteed '
aase a rruta iwrtltllr otntarad by clooli)
IU..op CUaa. . 77,
A laroartHr Tattu CapL itrora
Had'b wit tried at the United Kutet Cir-
ultti,t, Judget Nebvui and Delta pre- I
tdi, In New Vml chr latt week, on the j
btrre of battnv Atled oat a bng Julia
j w. r. -v. v.- ',Jt r. .i.L .1 I
UouTuo. frum Nsw York, for the litre
trade. By iiin S'Ji of lb act of 1650,
lb (wntlir of Ibe crime churn lo ('apt.
HmUb ladnatb. It thtoktvi In t-ridenca
fruut Ibe iat uiBcer tbalbewaa rngaged i
br t," pt. fmbY, fx a voya f to Africa, to ,
. f . .j i..u e..ii.r ti. iiTl..
LTTt t-lX7t wt .mi-, tut ii wiwun ,
Ibat Ibe (m Haa fitted pot (a that object
at New York Ibat the vottgi waa aajer
take, anion iind'ng oa iba coatt of Afn
ra, i buadial aad ataty negroea were
Ukra i- Vard, wber tbey re landed,
aat h rraarl bortied. The trill conclod
4 oo Tbaraday I y ihi lendithtti ef a vdirt
ft gaiUv by the jury, Tbe tuainvdlr lb
sVfrtiee 4cd liwe ta romider ibe rvpmt j
tA a'lug Uiiitt trub
Ttun-H'n ludividaOt In New
YkUe vb.-nbed JKO etch It the
M&rtvTiS ntdjiws aod brfJmn oflbeaol.
lecs, aaUota, ant uillilltl U lh UrltUb
awrtic carpioyvJ la the war agaiast Uut.
it. te itbwrijtan, id all tUKMota, tt-
Mr! roiat UuUib of Uutiird, Vt, waa i
acitVwally UJled bi!s U tbt woodt fcj. J
trs-. ax t' -iiy, lb ICXW W.t
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faltM tl. M It. IKM.
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J)i5i at Iprtirr. j
UfltUlart U(rif . .
It o'cbick a Tr4ijr nifl;1,tt
OiMBplrtMl Uru bittiafM. At lbrr
VU-1, U lloa u lirwifii j at C(c
o'rVuk, iMiO. . llrtchrr tnld tb lbr
of ftwr Umrriiif Knttar, lbt the Hnt
"it adjournal tiiu Jit, At fl o"lk,
HjMlrr finnJr tafjrmal a f nrlf ri
in; ltTrrfUU t'nit tb llou
af)mrix4 ilbrat li.
Dsrlog the lut batrt of tb f!n, tin
, m'fy'inrnU la tlio IJnor ttv, lh bilta
i a Kioollon, anj tl4 rpjru an) rraola
Uoxa on NtbrttVt, ctitm up la the llouae,
Tb IUprraaUtiri Hall waa cmwdrj
' la all itt firU, witii laSia and erntlrmen,
b bad rome to anj be arrn, ta htr
j tb cloiinj apfreb of lh Sjier, b laujli
j at tW nooienM oftb "m-xk piyin,"anJ
! In Inn Ilia waya U Itlaori on tho eo
of tix-rtin; thnr eonlilgtnta. Tin long
I liini of gtjy drcatnl Itilira, titlbison tb
rleraled arl iWi tli itirk-cuilrj taw.
oitVen.luuVrd liVo "rtiubtwj opn a rtooj."
Ths Uiaphla anj lili rstinua of IruquoU
fared bir linn uuil. A resolution
adojited, p)rlnj t!in f ISO for their Iruub
Ic in coining to MoWpellrr and alao author
lain; tlio (iariTiyjr to appoint a Commit
atouor to ex tmlii t)ilr claim, arid to re
port tb amount due lliNe Inditnt Ifthrre
b anthin; due Tim red-Viiia actuill
wrinkled thtir facet into a anile at the re
ceipt of l)i it intelligence.
The Senile amendment to the I.bpior
l.iw were diacuated rrry warmly In the
llmite, anl the mult waa the piaatge of
Ihi) two folluwin; rt-aotutlona, which, at a
late hour, the Henite concurred itw
A" Act it idditidx to a; act ctitltd
" A.t act to ratvr.T Tairric i.t In.
toiicatiu I.iqt'oat, roH tiic rua
" ruir or Uauaiio," Arraotcn Nov.
!, 1 8X1.
ll it Amly tntrlJ ly Iht Ventral .litrm
Ity of Iht Slattof t'trminl,oifoltoiei i
Hac. 1. The rlcciioTinfCouimiiiionera
aa pruridrd in llie arcoud avction ol the
act to which thU it in addition, ahil! be
undo on the tint Tueidijr of March an
nuilljr, notice of which rlectinn ahall be
given bjr llie aclectmen, aa it provided fur
Hrc 'J. No pcrt.in ahtll be allowed, at
any lime or place within thia atate, lo own,
keep or wna anjr inioxication liquor, with
Intent toaell.lnrnuhor give away theatina
i-Mmiaij w urn wuiiiiuiw ui inn act, or uio
,ct ,,, 4ic,, tU ,, , Bm,njnwntnl
j any peraon who tnaa to own, keep or pot-
cm any auui ut)uor, wiiu any aucn luieni,
lull beliabto tn the atme penaltira aa are
now proviJrd for the otll'ttcrt tpecifled in
aection Ave of the act to which tliia ia an
The firat amendment will prevent vntlng
in two CounUrt, aa hit been done in aome
iiUUncoa, and an anti-law cindidate haa
thut been elected.
Tho aecond amendment euppliet an al
leged ltck In the law of I6.V1, wherein
there waa ni clauta tint mide it a crimo
lo keep liqiwr with intent to aell. Now it
can be aeltcd before It ia drank, o- ven
old, and the only unconililutinnsl objec
tion Irtlherta brought by the Judiciary it
Theae two amendmenta were patted by
fortr majority. All the other propoaed
.mrmr.nt. w . thT ,
amendmenu were defeated in the Home
by about twelro nitjority. It waa a mit.
fortune thai the amendmenta were not
i brought before the Ibuta at an eatllerday
j , ,. , , , ,,, ,, .
,n t" e""- Alao, if leal oppoiltlon and
i malice had been eahibited tnwardt tlio
Governor, previout the election I and more
1 .....,; i.. 1 1. , ... , ,
t ""'' een ptid to the kind of men
; eletd lo Uie fleneral Aaaembly, the re-
oil would lure been nioro favorable lo
Il wat a fatal mil take of the Committee
on Education that they could not bring for
ward their finit bill till the lait night of
the eelon. A neat number of netiilnna
!btd been aenl lo the (lenertl Aatembly
(.. . II 1 . f L I .1 I L. l .1
, " , , - 'Si e eaiao-
"!'oJ in otber f0",i Uitt aome ayaletn
' of Supenition of Common Scboola might
, be obtained. Th. Iwit.t.ir- .in
very toon enact auch lawa not until they
prrciaely what it their nature, and
whit will be Ibaeapente. They would not
tiko a bill from any Committee on trutt.
The bill bad not been printed, and the
llouae preferred to do nothing rather than
vote in the dark. A planahoold hare been
"'s "JO"cu" n w Wn
'M the legtlttor aat and no man, even
though lis were " chairman of the Commit-
" W icaUon," thsuld hivo attumeti
lo dictate wbil abould, and ahould not, be
About twelve o'clock, the thres reports
of the CotumiUea on the Nebraska matter
were taken up, and by vote laid on the la.
because the ducuuioa and adoption of i
oae of Usui would take too much lime.
r. souenwe iwn onereM In bit own name, !
th Resolution! adopted by minority No. I
Tter wrrt) adoreJ br a r.M oi-
Then Ibe uitjarity Kesoletloat were pre
seated by Mr. Kirkltad, and iht) trouble- !
aoote gentlemtn from Htrdaick called for
the y rat a nd nay t. Upon ibis, a stampede
of the Denmrata and ultra Frea Hollers
eosuatsncaj In order to prevent a quorum
from voting. They succeeded. Th doors
www tjoasd. For nearly to hours, tbs
yeat att niya waa obstinately persisted lo,
Tb Kergm-t-Armt wit tent off to call
the tUeot toemhert from Uwlr beji. About
3 o'clock, A. M, about tweciy-fira mem-
lers kauckad at the door for adrolMtotk
Tbcy entered, and Mr. Kirk land's Resolu
Uotia "ere adopted by a tote of W to at
Tbu l eiJsi tb Rutios of 1MI.
larieg the evening, complimmury Ke-
suiaUiUM 9 lit rrt-tidrnt vf the Henite,
bt Speaker and tTcrk tt the House, bad
"cen pn-sHeJ-tBd oerer werasucli Re-
tant toor desertedly oSWsJ, or roare
It wn t Jdrantl awtnatv, tnwTW wjri
pxt rin, crnUmau'r HftcreanirM, and
t lllttxe. tMWterxl irmtit ta art hM-nMi-taat'.f,
uA lo A at) ntrntuj iwt in
lte aVvIM pnaaib! pri&J. lit ASestt
lfmriee bow a -ftHlr ob! erk
T1 $mnU ISVI tmvTiaaiti JJj-'-'
Atft. Tbuof lJUiifTjfM tltra. In r
ltSX IM M t lolrrjucrd Into ibe ;
Sf-MU- at4 W into the llwiw. In 1.VI, j
abtrat tO WU were Mrirwdoced tntalbt Hen- i
air, and ilii iota tb H wae. The nit far
V y and mtf wti mad for UoH at
often, la j er a Urta. The Conoiittee nt
Wava and Mean npUi a tax oT rirUrn
ermt ira ibe dolttr to defray the eipenara
of Oeremrnen, tn US la ll,rtri
eetiU f the diwlar will beatiSiieiit,orat
rtfkt In thin but year.
rrwn the ldtle pjliltcal feellnf iBtnifnt.
rd by the Ganeral Aaaemblv, it it rrtdent
tSat with runvlrnlht rtbrwa once called
Whift and Pnw Sutler, there it an nntn
baity of and an ImhimI draire lo act
tufrlbrr in Ibe future, not carinj to quar
rel about a tnere ntrne, and irA at all de
airioat of retirlnj ptrty prejudicea now
ll ia al evident that there are a few
wbo canaul be contjilciout in a Urge pirty
and are willing to aatnnce the (,-encrat
gooA to M-lfith drairr of promotioi, and
will content lo detlroy harmony of ferlin;
and actwa in order to arcuro the adoption
of a piny name. Hut their number amall
and Uieir power to do niiKhief of little ac
count. Pon-Tin. On the firat page will
be found an ml rcstinj aiticle on the early
hittory of thit town. 1 1 U ritlen by one
of the early inhabitant! nf tho town, a gen
tleman now 78 yeart of age. There It a
heartinwi in the atyle, and diroclnett In
the narrative, that give it additional inter
eat. It givea lit pleaaura to be able to record
theta traditionary tale, remembered by
thote who were actort in tho oarly hittory
of tint (!our,ty. Wo have been under
obligation, heretofore, to several elderly
men in tliw Cimnty for communication! to
thi Ilrati.ii. We have on hand another
tntert-tling chapter in local hittory, and we
hope to bo favored, during the coming win.
ter, with inany more.
About two inontht aince, wo published
a paragraph In roferenca tn I'oultney. It
waa M et up" by a crarv printer, and tho
more he tried tn correct hit mittakct, tho
worae ho mtda them. II ing abtcnt at the
time, our mortificitiun may bo guetted at,
when we n the article put all correc
tion. Duai.io our abtenco of five weekt,
wo have been indebted to Chaunccy K.
Williama, q., for hit caro in editing tho
0.x the latt night of the I.egialativo
Kcsaion, whilo tho School bill waa tinder
ditcuaiiou, a member complained that
achoot boya had lott their pohtcneta, and
their rctpect. Mr. Itartlett, of Lyndon,
id i ' I acknoa lodge tho trulli of tho
gciitlcman'a remarkt. I onco wna forced
to oft" with my cat-akin cap to every patter
by. Now, no bny uncover hit head. A
few years aince, I waa riding through Or
Ieant County in a alcigh, and overtook a
boy who had attained tho age ofnino years.
He atepjied out of tho rnad to let mo paaa.
There he atood upon the emit erect, bold,
atpiring. Ho did not prupote to doff hia
beaver, not he. Said I ' My lad, you
ahould alwaya tako off your hit toagcntlc
man.' Haid he' always di, Sir I ' "
Foi'aTKE.t States of tho Union hold
a Thantngiving onthenoth day of Novcm
bcr. The bills of tho Stark Dank, at lien-
ntngton, are not received at tha Suffolk
Dank, it it said. Very low bills on any
bank aro received at thia office.
A alight anoiv fell in tliia region on
A drunken man fell into Iske Dun
more, a few diya ainco, and waa drowned.
Did he die by too much rum or too much
A member of the recent Legislature
had hit overcoat atolen during aeation hours
and tho II who voted to pay him fifteen dol
lar for it but the Senate thought it would
be time for the Slate to pay for tho coat,
when it was proved that IheStato had atol
Ji'dkim'i HoTrt, waa owned by
Harrison Steveni of Montreal, a Vermont,
er. It waa kept by two brother OYJrady,
Vermonter. Tho losa by tho late fire, to
the owners, was 30,000. To the inmates
and boardcrt, 10,000.
It it nowly predicted that there
will be a eomplcto overturn of tho present
Picrce-piration Cabinet soon. I'cilujis tho
net lott of 118 Members of Congrcas to
the Adminittrition hat Intimated the ne
cessity ol a change. There ia no fear that
a poorer Cabinet will, or can, be aclcctcd.
It it now certain that Mpon H.
Clark it elected Governor of New York by
a plurality of over 300 votea. Henry J.
Haytnond la elected IJeulentnt Governor
by a plurality of over 30,000. It ia miaer
abb) quibbling in New York to throw out
votes simply becauta Ibe initial letters, and
not Uio full air-name, it written on the
votes. It is an intull to republicanism
tbut to treat votea, and U worthy only of
New York wire-pullers in politic!.
1 n MaMirhnaeu.
,und thot i
U'Mi tl mm nr
I'rSL'Miti' T! ""
tlitilf J. Ciltaci, law aMUUf,
tnori tVAitia, wfctf ,
linn IViiM. tn tuiL.
JH"4 " u.t.,.oMii, 'ju
Iloi. W b..k-. 4wr tit.
CwCwrv tiitwti, ,
The eompotiuoa of tb new K. N. party
Is thus abowoi
laaj. itat. L.,,.
IJ.1J .M15 tiXi
tnnm njiit xijut
tmutj M'wasais, wadt,
tiiwr ' ai-aw.
lltsir WiiM. 6t nt,
lUitlMS 1. H'iIm, tu. saj
llisiT J. Caitssi,
Vli C.T3S lOlM
,! IJJ ,ll
TIm) KeotU eoatains IH roetuben, all
K.N. The House u foot up, I Demo
crat, 4 Wldgs, and )0 K. N. There are
Wa learn from good authority that
gold In lu ruths state bat been found In
Stowe, Vt, in and near atmus In that
towtv I't, Jf'tuViswn.
Bralaerd Bibcock, formerly cfDcik-
tdilrr, Vl, was among tbosa kitltct by the
Orrgoa I a truss rscmtly. 4
fvs rt ItoiM.
i'rom run iinntniTiuK.
Ma. Iltinas -It is a long ttw aince
jeta have beard from t aJ tbtt otiV-of the.
way place. Uut that ws are satinet, de
fsact, dVad, la a torr&mi cmtekwan. Wa
are diminished ia number by owe, bawerer,
wki wat Mrs of our first and beta tnemben
of tits eslaMiabuieal, whose losi w deeply
deptnre fjr bit poette laleota and hit manly
worth. We hope to give ypo a tketcb of
hiru ta oociv of our tmrnbert, whkh wHI
frttlty bus la bit present bay engtge
menu In the wiirl.1, and h Jpe be will it
forgrt that there It jet a tr:" taetittence.
Yoa have occaiioutlly intercepted our
cormpoodeitee and publialied it, aa we
W;e, to the edification of conrnanity ; but
of itt utefulnsn, art iirt tut ytt ur.L
Uut we Intend, frum a wdution pasted at
our last conclave, to entighten you funhr r -j
Into our tnyiterira and proceeding, our i
luhils of life, objects, et cetera. Wi havo
long been behind Ibe cloud, and our clur
actors oold rt be known in tho crowd.
Hut there it character in soma of at, you
may aature yourself, and aome fun too,
greyheaded and a.crtl;a aa wo are.
Wo live comparatively a retired lile from
the rest of the world around ut j yet not
wholly so. We like, occasionally, to min
gle in the social circle, and often turn a
benignant eye upan llie maiy dance ; yel
as i,ur talent did not lie in tint extremity
of the human system, our erudition told ut,
that tlio talent of the Indians, Hindoos and
Hotentots did; and, as our charter of rights
prompted Young America to cxercite his
functions and labor faithfully in his toca.
Uon,we,of course,woro humbly silent. Not
witlitttnding.wo turn again, with no tpleuo
tio feolingt to our seclusion, to compare
the present with our own good old limes.
However, do not supposo lhat we ptss our
existenco in a eomplcto Ileotian dullness
fat fro.n this ; periodically does our Her
mitage Hall modernized to a Club Hall,
according to tho modern claatics echo
with conviviality and merriment, sentiment
and aong. Let others talk rf solitude if
they please; we will do no such thing.
Thought, Sir, deep thought it our greatest
enemy. Nothing so wears out the flesh of
a man aa your sober philosophic thought.
Talk to us of meditation 1
VI prir IhissMfif I lll bs flnh and bIh) t
For Ibtri wn wm v tl pbiloiophtr.
That couM injurs the tuuUi-ac J piuattr,M
Wo du not aasemblc for the common tatk
of thinking, but to talk without it. So you
seo we ara gradually conforming to tho
practice of the present age. Without even
a smattering of knowledge, we are philoso
phers in every senso of tho word. With
out a particle of imagination, wo can, nev
ertheless, poctizo to your heart's content.
Without a whit of genius, you will, without
doubt, find us very .clever fellows. Uut,
above all things, we delight in tho develop,
tnent of character. Without any skill at
pcnctralion, discitmination or delineation,
wo can give you a picture, which you will
awearcame from tho hand of Hogarth him
elf Hut of our belter qualities hereafter.
Shall I givo you a bird's-cyo view of our
arcanum or tandum itself? Well then,
Sir, suppose us seated nt a long bilie-cov
ered table, well cleared from its books, pa
pers, rf fern. A goodly pot of ale stands
in bold relief in its centre, and each man's
placo is act off with a cipaciout tankard of
tho sams goodly beverage. (Thit last arti
do of ale, although a prerequisite, with a
cigar, to tho privilege of being a Young
American of a certain class, we have es
chewed, on tho principle of non-intcrven
lion, witli tthich wo aro deeply imbued.)
And, like tho veriest Dutchman of them all,
a piper of tho best Ijorrillard and a pipe,
bearing tho arms of our club, aro punctual
ly and periodically placed, by our period!-
cally grinning Sambo, before each one.
Yonder, at the head, sits our chairman, who,
Sir, from hia gibes and goodly rotundity of
form, you would say was theyhc limile
tho very countcpart, of Shaktpcaro's old
Sir John himself. And you would say, that,
like hit prototype ho would adviso all men
" to forswear their potations, and addict
themselves to sack." A little on tlio right,
tits our profound philosopher and matliema
tician, it ho, having by research and deep
calculation, discovered tho Aurora Harealis
to ho nothing more or lest than tho real an
ger Saxon ang. tf, a carbuncle, pressed
together of tho (Ircentanl old women on
washing days ; which, being uncommonly
excited at lime, is tint given off, and con
geals like mercury in that temperature, as
cends high In tho atmosphere, and being
well charged, and coming in contact with
other masses of the negative nature, ex
plodes, producing long and vivid lights, and
something pointed; he, I say, diacot er
Ing tint fact, thinks himself entitled to be
considered a man of attainments and parts ;
and Indeed ho is to, and very sizoablo ones
too. You may know him, by his athletic
temperament and tall form his head car
ried at ri-lit angles with his body his arms
moving liko pendulums in a cycloid and
hit legt liko diverging rays of light audden
ly refracted. Our poet and wit occupies a
seat a little to the left. Could you aec his
tall form his long, pallid countcnince, al
ways drawn out to an immeasurable length,
you would afllnn that ho hail never laugh
ed from tho day of hit birth until hit grand
mother's death left him two-and-slx-penco
with which he patched up the elbows of hit
coat, nut. Sir, be It not so easily known.
There ii more cubic feet of solid wit in his
head than most pertont are aware ol. He
it the very quintessence and life of tho
club. It It only at intervalt, however, tint
hit triumph over time, place, circumstance
and person Is complete. " When lha (It It
on him," be will "tite in hit mijctty ,"
hia eyes will sparkle an electric ahock
will seem to be produced, and tho wholo
table is in a round, so'id roar of laughter;
anJ Sambo, fat Sambo gives up the ghost,
and rolls incontinently under tha table.
Then the mirth by degree dies away, and
nothing uncommon ia seen but a gentlo
chuckling and vibratory motion of tho chair
man's body; but soon that also ceases,
and all It ttitl again.
So far have we disclosed ourselves tn
you. At another time, pcrtiapt, If it cor
respond with our humor, we will give you
others of our number; for leisure,
HTa astlM Cft-M lis
Ct m ita at IW fin twl,
Now and then, " whan wa are in the hu.
ia.r," we will giva you aome of the pre-
tWinftof ourclub. Soraelime atuarrn-
liea, at tnauiged at our table toinetiiaea ,
an essay. SoocUaie we ahall ba as grave
and philosophical as a " Mynheer tome-
timet as acuunetitst it a ymingacbool ai '
caa with -twitWittet aa jwial aa lifbl .
hearts can mik as and aa fall of iiwrti
larnt at Moaatti himself. Hut at to poetry,
wa hardly dare to irvwiot our port upon IV
gnat, without a p-tlter of insarince. that j
be will nit strike off ia a tangent and nev
er return to at again i nor dare we pmtit
bin tu dnnk freely at tbs Caitallia fount,
for wr luve nd feart of bit ta-nblin; In.'
In ettbercteba would b a deadloat. For
though all of ut can, upon a pinch, give a
slant! of so, yet there la none like kiss
fjf the matins diffret. flat, obterve,
all this shall beo-Toni'sr ( ate hutntr, for
though w ara at poor aa garret authors,
and btvti only sufficient ta keep oorean
and pipe replenished, yet wa are at inde
pendent at etor i!ta!iaw wia with three
Threfore,to whtt others think or say of
o ir pMd.irtiont we are perfectly Indifferent.
Htm determined ta think well uf them our
mlvas, we shall consider it a want of taste
in llrata who dj tut, Fmtlly, we write
only for our own aniutemnt, and therefore
olWt have nothing else to do but to be
pleased. Karair.t, Ja.
Arlmti, Ctls;i, As.
We call special attention to the Adver
tisement! of lha Itntland Academy, Troy
Conf. Academy, and others in thia piper.
They all deserve well of the people.
U.vivrasiTTor VratioM, 1851 Wholo
No. of Student Iftj Seniors, '.N); Juniors,
; Sophomtrct,V7; Freshmen, HI. Tho
Medical Department ii now fully supplied,
and bid! fair to succeed.
MiDDLtBUar CciLinic, 1851. So.aiors,
(1; Juniirs, 15; Sopho norcs, 'Jjj ; Fresh
men, 31. Total, 80. Spring Term begins
January 121, 1855.
Noawtcit U.tivcasiTr. According to
the Catalogue, tho Collegiate Claas num
bers 100 students. Graduating class nunv
bercd 7. Tho Winter Term commenced
Nov. 5Kb Itev. KJward ll)urn, President.
The project of the removal of tho InstUu
tion to Montpolier, it abandoned.
Vr.I.iT.AisnScir.NTinc Imtitutc at
Ilat.mo. No. ol Students, Fall Term,
125. Winter Term begins Dec. 0. G.H,
lUnriE Acauemt. Tho annual catA'
loguo is prefaced by a fina steel engraving
of this institution, engraved by Christian
Meadows. No. of aehohnt. Winter Term,
iW; Spring Term, 171 ; SummerTcnn.SO;
Fall Term, 153. J. S. Spaulding, Princi
I.moi!.lc Co. Grammar School. Win
ter Term, V ; Spring Term, 85 ; Summer
Term, 20; Fall Term, 02. Reuben C. Ben
ton, Jr., Principal.
Life im tiic Cleammus, by Mrs. Moodie,
published by Dowitt 4i Davenport, N. Y.
Mrs. Moodio is tfio well known authoress of
"Roughing it in tho Hush," a book of un
common life, humor and freshness. Thia
" I.ifo in tho Clearings" is intended to ox
Libit iifu in a Canadian villaga as contrast
ed with tho " Hush" or backwoods. It rep
represents Canada as a second Eldorado to
honest sons of labor. Tho book is very
handsomely printed and bound, and is for
sain by Tuttlc.
The Cultivator, is a monthly publics
tion, issued from tlio offico of tho Cuuntry
Gentleman in Albany, at 50 cents a year.
Aa an additional inducement, to every sub
scriber to tho Cultivator in a club of 20 or
more, a Now Year's present, of a copy ol
lha Illustrated Annual Register of Rural
Affairs will bo given.
Both tha Country Gentleman and Culti
vator are jotirnils well worth twice their
prico to every agriculturist.
Joit.1! M. Botts o.t the Know Notii
i.vos. The Whig! of Newark celebrated
tho recent Whig victory in Noir Jersey by
a suppor on Fridiy evening. Speeches
were made, songt aung, and letters read.
Among tho letters read was a long one from
Hon. John M. Botts, of Virginia. In this
letter Mr. Bjtts expressed tho opinion that
it It quito manifost that there is about to bo
a total revolution in the affairs of this coun
try, and ho was aitisfled tint no change la
likely to bo for tha worse. If tho Whig
orginizitlqn is to bo broken up, ho can seo
no alternative to chooto
11 Betwccn tho other two parties, the
1 Know .VotKnirj' on tho one hand, anil tho
1 GooJ.JorYothingi' on tho other, and hav
ing fought against tho ' Goad for-.Vothingt'
for twenty odd years, (ever since tno Whig
an 1 Democratic parties were formed,) I am
strongly inclined now to light on tho aido
of tho ' Knoiejf'othingi' a name, by tho
way, that I think they aro no more entitled
to than the party now in power aro to the
name of Democracy, for so far from their
knowing nothing, I think they know a great
deal more than any oilier party in tha coun
try. They know'Aote to do what they un
dertaka to do, and generally do it pretty
brown.. They don't atop, like the fellow
Macbeth, lo soliloquize and reason thut:
If It win Uq, wltsn 'lisiluni, Una 'I win wilt
ll Hr doai quickly
but they go to work pell-mell, and do it In
the time he was talkinir about it : and that
it tho way I havo always liked lo tee Uio
goou tilings done.
Miieries. To snuff tho candlo out in
To bo joked about a lady whom yon se
To beoblJgcd toconfeas poverty to a dun.
Talking to tha ladies, to bo met by a
drunken friend who insists ou speaking to
Tight boots in a hot tummer's day.
A abort bed on a cold winter's night.
Disliking babies, to be obliged through
courtesy to dandle your friend's "pretty lit
llo sweety," for an hour or so.
Unlnckily enlisting yoortelf on the wrong
side of au argument, when you have ladies
and learned men lo oppose.
Wate or EioqBE.ica. The speech
es of Caat and Douglas to convince the
peoplo of Michigan and Illinois tint llie
true doctnao of popular sovereignty waa
baaed on Ilia cxtention of tit very, and that
the true way to preserve and extend free,
dom, was lo break down the barriera agalnat
t'avery, hive been all thrown away,
Mike Walth, more honott and not more
unfortunate, did not sacrifice hit reputation
for eoatuou sense or something more vtlu.
able atill. Ha boldly admitted in his
speeches that the Nebraska bill was inten.
ded for the extension of slavery.
There wta a coliiiion on the liar-
(eta iU H, Wednesday morning. Two
persons reported killed, and seven I badly
lojurcd. , Loss to the Company 415,000.
UcrrALM, Nov. 10. The new schooner I
Grand Turk, t raded with railroad Iron, was 1
run Into by an unknown vessel on Liko
Kneand waa aunt almost Immediately,
To aWia. Imtrl IAUXI. Tbi La.ra- I
mm was llllrd 1
llmnont Nciua -Items.
Hints a,n Ours.-There waa
received at, anl sent I ran llie Sutwu
lluoat In thit tillage tn tHf month of Oc
tober, mutt lb. Butter, and I3M04 lbs.
Cheese. .SJ. .I.'kani .Utatcrr
-KiVt Omvii.-We cbmnirle I
day a aid fatality. On Wadnpsdiy taat
Chirlm Lander, a Frenchman well known
aa the driver of an accommodation wagon
in thia village started lor Htneaburg, to
carry thither another Frenehcn n. They
had a bottle and drank freely on the way
out. After leaving his companion, I.mlcr,
though urged atrongty to stay, started jutt
at tUrk to come ham, and was nit teen
alive after. Ilia lursa and wagtm were
fiHind ntxl day, out of the rotJ, snout a
mile ibis aide of Hineiburgh village. From
the track it was evident thit in his intoxi
cated condition ha hid lost hia way and
driven out of lha mad to the edge nl a
bluff where tha horso stopping, ho got out,
turned the animil around, and started aim
back towards the road. LinJcr himself
did not appearand it waa supposed he was
continuing hit tprre somewhere, till on Sat
urday hit nonspiearanee earned alarm.
Yesterdiy officer 11 iwmin and Paul went
out to the place, and, with the aid ofaomo
thirty or forty person! collected in the vi
cinity, instituted a aeirrh. About 2 o'clock
P. M. yesterday, Lander's body wat found
at the foot of a rocky precipice, but a abort
distance from where ha turned his horse.
Probably he was too lipy to get back into
his wagon, and reeling about tho spot, had
walked off from tho brow of tho precipice,
lie fell forty feet on to tha rocks below,
upon hia face, and apparently had not stir
red afttrwardt. His money was found un
touched in ono pocket and hia empty holtlo
in another. His body was brought homo
to-day. Ha leaves a wife and aix small
children, llo took hit liquor from Burling
ton. Willi a proper cnforceinnt or oar
law the man might ttitl hive been spired
to his helpless family. Shall lha admoni
tion ba lost f'rre I'rut.
Tho .Vorthtrn litjutrer, published
at Bradford, and edited by R. McOrmtby
will bo continued by O. A. Howe, ,.. it
aid to bt an experienced publisher.
Tho following it from tho Grrrn
Mountain Freemm, and is fully equal to
the "snake story" t
HxTRAoapiMARr SottEHSET OF A BlTI.L.
A few days ago, a two year old Hull, that
had become infuriated from somo causa or
other, hroko from the enclosure of his own
er, in tho town of Charlotte, in this State,
and tied into a piece of woodt on tho slopo
of Cava Mountain, so called, from tho noted
cava on tha other sido of tho mountain in
Monkton. Being pursued, ho was encoun
tered by tho owner near a high procipico,
where, showing strong symptoms of fight,
ho was so belabored over the head by a
stout shclalah, that ho was forced to retreat,
which ho did, however, liko other heroes,
facing tho foo. This process soon brought
him to tho vcrgo of tho precipice, over
which ho unhcodingly went, and, in a sc
ries of somersets, fell fifty-seven feet with
out touching; whon striking on a shelf ol
rock, and rolling off, ha fell twenty feet
more, and finally lauded In a heap in a jun
gle of old trees and jagged .rocks, at tho
bottom of tho descent, making, in tho whole,
a flying leap for master bull, ol seventy
seven foot. Tho ovrnur now peering over
tho precipice and seeing lha animal lying
wedged in and motionless in tho junglo be
low, and supposing him dead enough, ol
cou-so, went off a inilo and procured a
butcher, who como on with his knives to
dress tho carcass. Hut ho was not destined
to undergo that troublo. So no sooner was
tho animil extricated than to tho astonish,
mi-nt of all present, ho leaped up, shook his
head, and tnado off as if to chooso a better
position for tho next encounter.
Serious Accide.it. On Tuesday
evening last, about 0 o'clock, a man named
Charles Howard, resident of Charlestown,
wo found laying on tho Railroad track on
tho Island, near Iho Cheshire bridge,
speechless and nearly senseless. Ho had
been atrock by tho cars, and his arm was
but a mass of crushed bono and flesh. Rum
waa probably at tho bottom of tho affair, as
ho had a bottlo nearly full ol tho " crater"
with him when found. . FatU .'lrut.
Among the Patents issued from tho
United States Patent Office, lor tho weok
ending Nov. 7th, ara tho following :
Improved Joint in Water Wheels Rcu
ben Daniels, Woodstock, Vt.
Improvement in Railroad Car Brakei
Marcus P. Norton, Tiiimouth, Vt.
Improved Farm Gate Dewey Phillips,
Railroad Accident. Tho freight
and accommodation train, on tho Rutland
and Burlington Railroad, which left Rut
land for Burlington at 4 o'clock in tho
morning of Saturday last, met with a seri
ous accident when noir Pittsfurd. Tho
engine becamo detached fiomtho cars, and
while tha engineer was stopping lor a few
moments, in tho darkness ami log, tho bal
a nee of tha train, consisting of 2tl long
car heavily loaded with mirble, etc., came
down tho grado at an unusual speed, and
struck Uio rear of the engine with such
forco aa to completely smash ipverti car.
Fortunately no live were lott.
Tha citizens of Northficld havo vo
ted a um of 3000 to build thrco school
house, with a view of adopting a lyitcrn of
graded schools, in connection with North
A writer In the Vergenne Indt.
pendent it opposed to raiting hops, as every
ounce of hops will mako beer enough to
get a man drunk.
VrastoirT littA.te AtTLUH. Ac
cording lo the annual report of the Trnitee
of this institution we learn that the results
for tho past year were never more aaliifac
tory.iwr gavo better evidence of th zeal
and ability of tboso who havo discharged
the trust committed to Utcm, Wn uke the
following statistics from llie report I
Five hundred and thirty.fiva patients
have enjoyed the benefit of the Institution.
There were 37J at the commencement of
the year; I CI lava been admitted; 140
bare been discharged, and 39 remain in
the institution. Of those discharged, 60
have recovered. 207 Suit) befteficiariea
hivo enjoyed Uio benefits of the Asylum, i
There were l.'t) at th commencement ol
the year j 03 have been admitted ; 55 have ,
Deeadiseiiargei, anl lia remain. Or those
d aihirgrd, 27 wjr rscortrvl.
Tb N. Y. Krening foil call the III.
electtea "an eve o,wner to Mr ItoujUt."
Isn't ll too late t Me 'y jump tnto aa'
ruiny busbe aa ba pleat?, ha emrait
cratch them In f iln.
GoU Pi. Sjrnebody asked Hlrwil
UothchiM to lake aoite Tnion. No,
aid the llsron, 1 never eat ven'non, I don't
Dunk it lib fci good as mnttitn." "Oh,'
ays the Biron' friend, "I wonder at your
saving ao ; if mutton it better than venison,
why docs venison cost iki mueh tnttre ? "I
nil tell you vy indiah votM tlio neopla
always prefer vat ih deer to vat It sheep.'
Dr. O. W, Holmes, In his lecture bJ
fore the Cambridge Lyceum, last week, re
milked "The Kngliali seo through tho
medium of Insular prrjudite, the conceit of
lanr Hltlt it!aiJ, trniVA fiffA(ifi'rrrJia.i
( MUiiirippi and ttltlti btfort it rtathnl
A CitiRoc at iMrLtCATin. Tlio
Him. Kdimind Burke, in the courso of an
article in tho Concord, N. II., Reporter, re
fers to the Cilley duel in Ibis mysterious
'flcn Jones, Senator from Iowa, wo pre
sume, has hia opinions nf the agency of
Gen. Pierce in that unfortunate aflair of
the duel. . smtii uho urftt another into a
duel, thould not dettrt him in tilth a peril
out mnmrii." Tlio italics arc Mr. Butkc's
l)orot. Auaimst Douulai. For a
pitiable man commend lit to Senator Doug
las. During the lata canvais in Illinois,
hit namesake, a person o( color, hat been
continually at his hoels, and what as
worse, getting tho best audiences, and ab
solutely making the brat speeches. Wher
ever Senator Stephen went, he waa follow
ed by Fred, and answered by Fred in a
maatcrly manner. It must havo Ukon
down the littlo giant's prida n ieg, thus to
ho persecuted by a 'runaway nigger' and
with nobody to sing to lilm tho nnrao's
Mtmh vi. bush , Uut tfl ytl
lis! vi.imih ri, du not Inl )i,
Tbt tU(k lltiufttl illltl Hot (It vt."
O.ie op "the Settlers." Tho
moo (Md.) Sentinel asy t "Mr Powell,
an old revolutionary soldier, ninety. five
years ol age, with his wife, seventy. five,
left here on tho 18th till, for Nebraska, In
company with several other citiznns. JUr
P. is remarkably vigorous, capahlo of chas
ing a deer, with a rifle a-shoulder, 20 miles
Tho Westchester, (N. Y.) fanners'
milk is subject to frogs. After being drawn
from tho cow it is cooled in cans, and
placed in brooks. Thu frogs take it for
water, and jump in so intimates a farmer
in tho N. Y. Times.
Near Liwrcnceviilc, Monroo county,
Arkansas, Oct. Ulh Aaron McMullcn,
aged 12 years, wos killed by tho bito of a
rattlesnake. Tlio head of the snnko had
been severed from its body and laid on a
log. Tho litlla fellow had forgotten tho
head was there, and laid his arm in its
mouth, which was instantly closed on it,
and was only disengaged by pulling It off
with his other hand, tearing a vein and an
artery of his arm. Ho died in twenty-four
" James, recito your Scrip'uro lesson."
" John the Baptist waa forty day and nights
In tho wllJerness, clothed In cammomila'a
hair, with a leather gridiron around hia
neck, and hia meat waa locos and wild on
ions." "That's n good little hoy, you can
tako your scat."
It is rumored at Washington thai Wil
lard Hall, of Missouri, will bo appointed
Governor of Nebraska, vico Huit, deceased.
Yuu.to America's Carii. When our
worthy Stock List reporter, Win. II. Wood,
Kaq., took his intnuto son William into hit
ofllce, ho thought hu w.n merely getting an
ofilce-boy but bo was mistaken, a tho
following card, which has created consid
ctoblc amusement on 'change, will how s
BILL WOOD A RATHE It,
51 OKEY II It O IC E It S f
Kxchange street, Portland, Me.
Tho steamer Forrester was destroyed
by tiro on Monday night, at New Rich
mond, Ohio, twenty.fivo mile abovo Cm.
cinnati. Sho Is a total loss. The trtc ward
chambermaid and one hand era supposed to
have perished in tho flame.
WAsiii.tuTo.t, Nov. 17. Tho Union
of this morning announces positively tho
withdrawal of Uio Instructions prohibiting
Mr. Soule from passing through France,
and pre sumes that the explanation of Louis
Napoleon will pruvu satisfactory.
Judiou't Hotel, New Yoaa, was en.
tirely destroyed by firo Monday morning.
Furniture nearly all destroyed. Tho pro.
gross of tho flame wat very rapid, and
many of tho boarder and ervant escaped
by ladders. It is feared somo of tho in
mates of tho house perished. The hotel
was insured for 25,000 in nina different
ofilces. Kntira lout on building and furtii.
ture over 70,000. Tho 180 boarder in
the houte lost in lha aggregate about 20,
It is reported and believed by the
Keeieyillo Standard, that A. C. Nelson
late Poatmaaler at that place, who recently
escaped from tho Troy jail, sailed fur Rus.
la on the 1st rut.
Biiitu.i, Nov. 18. A dispatch from
Hartford of till morning, say i This city
lis this morning been tlu-itro of most in.
lento excitement, growing out of llie refu.
aal of llie Roman Catholic Bishop to allow
Father Brady to be buried near the
Church, In consequence of some difficulty
the Bishop had susjiended Brady, and Uie
treatment wh'h Ibe latter had received is
believed to have Indaeul Uio disease of
which he died. Tha people siding with
their former jailor, determined ihat IS
ahould bobariod war tho church at he had
requested, and yesterday afternoon dug a
large place for tho purpose of budding a
receptacle for the coffin. Thit inoruing
Iho holo waa fooud ta havo been filled up
by order of the Bishop, bat the people were
not to be defeated, and despite Uio effort
bf tlia Bishop ami Priests, eoceeeecd in
gain opening the bote. The Bishop then I
refused to open llie church for the perform- J
atice if llie funeral service, but after an
hour's delay, Ibe people again succeeded, '
and the chur.b was opened, ben It was
found Lha' the altar bad been so C(d that
M as could t ba ctli-bratwl. J
Wt gift! below a fc-.
menu tif on of tbs a K
pert In MttsaetiuHta. r K
publran.( upon. ii, n
freshet ut Mit Hum
Wftt tbtet the restj
tho etilJnnueiK i. n
agvRtvMhe llnmin rhur i
so during the last a ,;,
maud the new pai-v, u i .
derful ttrrlifh, in-' r t
quettrotit lor thu. N i
Massacluitelts lute ntujc i t J
different tu the pix iav it i i
tit lake up a Intt-r . arrie a"Z r -Ilea
ami fnreiiriirra. N tv,i tv, -
Indifferent and utitrKMl ,trn, f (
lie office, to thorn who h .v im '
capable and rrtlcictu !!, im'
setiUtlvca. Not all Una. I . Z. "
wise it may spirtr lit a Liif
But tho result or M nj v,, ,
meant that the people ticret '
with the old political nrgan.zati t. .
IM.) In .tllllrtl.l.tl 1... ""'Ik
should IniUoatu to be necessary
ptiate. Tin was tno voire cf,
sense, ami inn uwiiir nl the gr ji C
the wple. Ther sought aatitf,
fusion upon the alairry miraka
tho querists and velvet f.mtril ,,
its on one aido and the mSfi.h. kSs-'
party leader and committee vg 7
Lmiieht effort lien to iim..!.
DlsatUKiinlcd. vexed at this r.,
llnslilo tn rpCiiiriiiin niii ir.wl - "'
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V.'IIIIIIUIl IIIIILI, UIIU I, I.UU1III
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twwer left for cixhI. vet had n . .
stifle llm rstl titr 11r.1v i.u.it.in.i '
i-.:.i.r..n.. . sa .1
most happy, lint tho end ws m. ,.
. ...v..,.. iiu iiui nilUFflflT Iv
thit. In the pnnuhr m inl. iikiu; nv
tliat idea was tho defent and destrvur-
tho old parties, Tho inlrumi n't 1,
illy.chnser, but that wa no niittrr,.,
could do thu work. And they hato a,
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a lomr na anvlindi-. Ao.l tl..-....i. il.
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are some thing in this general tl.ml tit
tve deeply regret, and hlrh wo brint
tho peoplo will yet fin, abiiudcntcitisdt
regretting, ycl il has its tinny consolttiss,
V ith tho good tint it has swept avrij hi
guiio much drift-wood that no are btrr
Mitliout. And it has let day light utt
many a thick headed political tk.ill, tut
elso would havo groped in datkness ssa
tho hitter end. Since o are called tM
to sillier for righteousness' sake, wo iMd
pisses.! our souls in patif wo over tl.' 4
results, and mako thu most nf tho l-sta
tho wholo event teaches. Theso hew
stand out as prominently a the miiir,
by liich they aro impressed.
It is not Gov. Washburn, Mr. DicWs.
Mr. Goodrich, Mr. Wcntworth and to
asxociatcs, nor tho principles tliey rew
eut, that aro defeated. Nor is ii llr
Gardner, or Mr. Knanp, nr .Mr. TnU
and their associate who arc Inumplur' -Tho
vanquished aro tha old orgtmutsa
whoso candidate tno lust tnmed clts-rf
to he. Tho victor nro simply the pt
hulk of tho people, united only imr.
ativo purHso of beating don n tons .
gtttiizations, and fi.irdtier an.1 tomt
were able to placo themselves it the W
leader lu that cursado. Tliero art nait
tabliahod clemoiits of long union u ir
mativo actiun in tin now ngrfjitiai(
men for a special purpose. It Is rulrti
sonabloto Biipposo that tliey mil tjttoi
in their present ahapo any lonjer Ibia is
lieccssai- lo thoroughly effjet their mis
The Verdict of lli l'rDil.
Only two year ago, (Icn. I'iereo mi
elected rrosiderit bv auch a nvtvmtt aa t
r. , . . .. 1 .n
luiin, 1 uuiiuiuuie. suicn inn mvi ui jiuimr.
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v.. -ji ,mj 1.11111.11111;
four cast their electoral vote against la
Willi an overwhelming majority of fnafi
in both Houses of Congress, ho su it
gurated, with tho solemn declaraUos
ins iips, mat uio rcnoso Irom ectionil
MllOU WHICH Llin rntmlrv tun nnrnn
Mnllnli.n.n in Ii: . .. IP I.. ,. 1 .
"-v, uu uau nn.
avert it. Less than six months aa
Nebraska bill by which an cfferMi tt
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from tho North, not only with tho ipjfin1
of tho President, hut by his direct irttertf
film nrnl flmn-v M'l.n ni.ti.1. wn. d
h vj - rL"r"-i
heard the declaration of tho Inaugural o
joy, not regarding il a n pieco of boilt'
anu ompty ueciamation, then retnmwm
it wit'i indignation, and Impallctillj aula
for on opportunity to regittrr their vetif
against tho disturber of tho public pic
iho opportunity lianarrlvcdanduVpr
plo have pokeiL Road the vrrJiC.
Now Hampshire, tho homo of the I'ntiWi
tho mere fear that tho bill would pus f
turned an antl-adrnlntttratiim majontr tt
legialaturo. In Connecticut and RM1
Island, tho probability of its passtjiH-l
peil the administration nf its tntontj, w
trantferrgd tho political power to W of
Silica its paitago, Iowa his '
antl-adminUlration legislature, anl i '
not both, represontJtives. Jliim t.
sen an entire anti-NebrasVa d if '
Vermont elect Whig Governor ty "
000 unjonty, and aondt an cntir f
delegation to Congress, Vcm'h'1'
elect a Whig Governor by '.UfiX-.
ends but fivo administration out of '
ix representatives New York '
five out of thirty Uirvo; Vow J'
ono out of fivo ; Indiana rejects hcr"
dog" of a Senator, and sends buttc!! '
IllllH : Ohio rnlnnid mi Mititilnlsifltluaait'
her ciutof twenty-Uireo; Micuifa,'L'
Wisconsin, nono ; MatsichusHtr, a"0
and, if Illinois, Uio home of the ARJ '
pirator. Douglas and Richardson, if
en any administration members, t k"
yet to learn the fact.
Such has been tho verdict of th 1?
of the free States, where Uiey'a,?''
portunity to mike Uieir toicet hear T
anminlitration has been weired "
btlince, and found wtnung ; it hisrr
ed a downfall fr-mi whlc'i ther e1" '
recovery, Airnc (,V. II.) .Sentinel,
Uxor TitKia Gaou, In
were aevtui liundre.1 and fifty i"" r
ccmnuUed to Uto Albany Perutcouaff
Uil nuintcr tcven hundred aaJ
admitted thejnselvc lo haie beta istt
rata; and only twenty . fit eel tuned.
I . .. .. J U.Mtl
uciu veuiperauf men tw
mors than one.UiIrd of th
could read and write, an! but oo
had received a thorough Huct't-
liiUiiiite It Ibe reU'Joiitblji lt f
prstiee, igrwranC'i ul r. J u
wartuag lo young meu to bea