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N IixUuJ day a itj utn-i U New
If )tiB art- Aahasnnd re ancestors,
I, HI rsiVOA rligi. then V J
t f ui-4i,tn ixeUal Ih, f which 1
a rlt ininAt ! h smi, and
r (a .ill c1wa wwrthy fa Own I
l8 H fM "te rriw
iHfrBX y"" afesoMera ttj nod
. jr heart, and 4Mf ww-
.usg thit in hernia binj
t, ,pver. an. Ja "1M b U ihan.arlilng !
i k4 -r y" are a tre.
If yu hue be wMntng for a long Uei,
tltj hive c)ield jearaeif Into lie belief
I hat )oa r n VoJ, atiicnU? crnturr, 1
(, uUf (at U r (!, ikro tlloitlih
I4mimmm ftIMi r. M If
triKN If iMl'l ll(! kV IfclH W gU.
MuMi" r- tin r hi4
J.wli i4 IM ! la fk lt t
IrtiM IV tiUI w4i
I V4 K l grvil livlf li.
VrUK Ik! N kllll Wbl (i4 Will ftlM UfMlf -
t)o'l i jua )J b tk rful If t"
ilio! naii otlli prutuo, Bot Irt rtitjuv
on your fco ihrttUn ! lo ttwrrow ;
Wlb htlf luaVfat. A ItunVful hort
II chorrful boirt. Ktttj Uol tlunlful
(kIid; you rifnice to dtjr crjr tlirvb
of urwllii'j limrun ajrinptlb ( inl rtery
!illeJ nuwary f klt4or rrcrirJ,ilt
occuwn r iJ lbiiiVfulncM In ctrry
(uturf J i'f lifit.
Tlicta 'to tout 'ha io not Vw tiow to
k llitnVfuL TUa fo:nimia conTvrU inj
klrln; uf life kt Ibrlr Jut. Tii (ine
sriei luuVi up In bun bii ihmhn down
tin team. Tkn iwn voald beararifu
vf I'nivijpncc, nJ r Ibinkfnt ontjr hen
soat winjfiil tur fur their berwfiL
Thty Votp n ojwn icciunt with l'rori.
dente, u4 t-tf clculto tu uulo Him
OUien mil nut bo jujmn ini ihinVful
oq TtimVi jitlnj itj, iwrobacrra iU cut
Uhi txH wrtr & cheeffut hiak. M nr aiuilit
cucj.t In (ucli i mtt, if thrjr HKickpJ
thtnMlrn nJ te&nnl Uxwetlut coutj be
in Jo to inil l njf tiling f nor ctl" rot
taikr lUicrnkcfrr tuc," broux thy.
furrtutb, r il j tluuVful I tUy ill not
nato n outuJ lmw of thnkfuliKj to
dy, nj lme Oin on ot)itr dijf , lot they,
aat Kiutf, thouU not ki thankful and
hanpy for a jreu to come audi but
bind wU thirult atock of human feel
bo jirinjof t't murtd milk uf hu
man MnJocii, kwp a ft whito nthtra
fnul, and art well l!mr I'rtif thi 'trilcj
aVdcton at Uk fraiL"
Kind rtadcri, ruu will do no inch thio;,
but be reall and hcartll thaulful, and
rnijr th f?oi and not the rri'f th'nft cl
bffmr jrou U Jiy.
N'k nll,iiUl M U i xira alula,
t tia an l4fa fal U iIOmI! t
Wif ut km kir i4 cimi iiat ii Jicafif
i bwt4 fM-H
If jrmi htn a home, bo there to-day.
Tha day la aacrrd to tha anion of th mm.
br ol Mrry family in lh Htalr. The
enrtomi and deiifn dnntirl that yoJ b at
Imtof. Tim it tha only day in thu year
?t afart for a full aainnkly around the
ptlrrn'l hearth I for kindling anew tho tiro
on lb altar of horn for rrcallinsf r7n"
braiKra,aud awakln feclin; that jMA
goo&nnt, (mhnrai and omrafu to the
Thrrawill atwaya be thaw at hxn glad
to wk?om ymj an if you cannot ahare
la lh we'cao a h1 hom'ly joy, lhn look
itao ywir bnrt fjr unillojrol MlSthne,
and bo atm you will (trtd it Oinc
Vim, U1 are at hunt, atay thrrr, and
ba linuklul that you Lara onr. IWi tan
and git oration to your bc4uthold to be
thankful lhityou are at InnM. llo thit.V.
fal that you r quite and out of the
httkia .f the doctor. If yuq are aick, be
thankful that you are in the ilnctor'a hand.
If the wnnn V)-diy i ahort, be thankful
if Ion?! thankful that your anprtita U
grow lug bitter etrry tnoment. If you
hr nx-f, fat tutkrj- you will b thankful
of eourie i If iwt, b thankful for a (Jum
ttudding, chicken, or bnad and butter.
(Crtffve citnr, lt. At any rate, be
tkakkful, and make othrra In like mood.
ar r iwi itirwi i
m t4, l u 44 aMiiiii limi ,
U U. i (kl Ffiut, IW Im) U.I t.a.1,
Aftlttl A UMk. atalttillllwlSlI
IVvi it IW k-i4 4k an tail au Anliaa ,
anew aim i a nmn iOi Kf a..
M'na Mm aJ hi ami aa renlat .
t- atBMUaai aM lamwilil f i lai i
MKk IU IU lUa ml laaxaMlU, toll 14 all '
awlaaa tka(iaw' M u U Uim fate,
A aaailf (tie a(V lntiMi tH
tVi liia lra, a4 aba hUmh tlMi,
Tk III r"i.'ia, at allf ilnnl !
Tkl li fcaaalr, tr4 Iraa aiar aMW,
TIM aUlaV, aawa em lntt a-W,
tVl n niaif, w 101 L4 hwf a,
U iiura aw an fcai Wl lawlf an ,
Tfc I'tHf Vnaai a ailaeaaaa Mafcaj
TVl na mt. 4 l ainnai tu ,
Ta Mat, awra, aula cailan ia aa a,
tVba aa ia aao tuaa la ta Imm aa ,
Ta Livli atria, iu In am 11 i ul,
11 ataalU aiaM Ifcaaai a Waa.
Tha Iraatt Iwaaaarf. Willi mU aw tt
IVaa raia a taaai aval aeavitVia will uia 4an,
TWtia ! UK Mlrtirfl K 4 I IMMT,
II kiaa iiif raa w na v aaaiaily aivar.
aa Vy 4m ' Ua -tia Ua ai aar4,
fiua a ri IMi al a araatMa ml .
TV, ifca Lalla awui al aa aaaWa
TV v la a1na vita fcaa aaalwif laa
Tb Iwa a4 ttUim4 VH Vaaaaii $nm 4,
llaOiftaa alt iaaii a4 una tiia' t4
, fcaaw ' 4 a, ii ana a. 1 1
laaVaaa A-aar nla4 aaaaaaWaf.
11 M4 alia I;. In, )H
' U a4 1 1 1, ? a. imii a a, I Lieia
r The DwaUMi Jnwi rnnajka that k
kaa kern nuauaty in Ike Hwiae for the
ts,ktf to tftfii. upuu -ci ceuialUM a
paWbtrr id oTf pJiical faiiy, aJ Muti
thai the Know Notku; 4ia to carry
out tUi fnrxlfjfto kj fullrat eitent la
fin cooilnj; Lrfialtturr, and by atoriin
the OM alvmorrat ta datth. itmirof the
l "CTM irl lh rfawrnljf part
- - 'e am firvt ff wait be fawtal aa !
Irr.rt(; artari aa rrfwrw a la tk rarly '
UaVirjr k f ay. It U wrtUc bf
yrtra tT We wSh all aar am
rt;!!na wmU loahat U nun, la one
UaMif, til' ManrirK aaU 4arnttiKwav
(Jilf aa iiiany fact, f el aa few word aab
umrutftA wrA eleafneaa. and "j-a-ad Kng
ImIv Tii lnoaiew! rituA by Mr. NoU
ta tuM ()' narraf 4 hr thin t aey h-
tiirMaawed aViotunewt. Them are ntny
l are rMrriwlnd in tint rieut, and tbeft
ai Uhm niae hare toheiitid Afferent 'ti
r tht traiaaaau? aoeofttiefl, aa the facta
hit In-oa UAl Uieov.
- A tery tntemtlnj and tartroctirr
artatte tmfM Inwa U IVxtnA TriKri?t,
lt iU bi ftmod eui cor n4 pC lti
lb fwiifiej report of aa aidnwa by Huh
of lluitx, on" Krow.S'alblnjwm." Tbe
Il.ilrtp it Iriah by birth, and he 1 rvt
ailiaajjaif h lioclfe. llot he well kno ar
tlat danirra to he fearrd fnvta I'ojarry. lie
I (KilKician, ta the common torn
a ot that ltrm, but he otideraUnda lie
yWaenlaiR, and U bold and bonnet eojufb
tortjwTMh'. a ! a publicly,
Vl.it the lliabny aiim tn aho la, that
t)i nalurallrilvon lawa ahmld be i-nforted
riyvily, after due fbtk nutke, aoi eiami
rulHHt, a4 with bocominje auletonity and
ermnaoy. A bad ruler we can get rid of
in en, or four, or ait yran, he aaya. Hut a
bid freeman we cannot get nd of. The
Ilialxj wwild ImprvM tlie mind wjih the
nv;naiblc natnrt, and high dignity of the
Vn betiere t)io lliahop i one of thoao
clergytoen who do not think the duticn of
the clerical office are Inconalatcnt with
thoaeof an AffH-rtcancitlun. He rote at
rtetttona, we LeJlevc, at it U tlie doty of
rtery able-bodied clcrgynun to do.
Theieareclrrgyincnwho think it wrong,
or who daw not vote. They are cititciu
of ttepublic, enjoy ita blrvningi, are an.
rolled einong It frcmnen, and fray cekly
for tlie pnwjierity of the governuiciit, and
then refute to role. Aa well might tho far.
mcr pray for good crop), and then ait ia fua
chimney corner anj ainoko tlie year away,
eipeeticg tint l'miidciKc, or oma man
woold plant, hoe, and htnrt for him. At
tho ballot-boi oar legulaloia are elected,
and the character of the government ia de
termined. There, juat there, honcaty and
intelligence can do tho Hepublic good act
i ice. There, juat there, can duhoncaty and
ignoran:e do the Itrpublic harm. Anl, in
Ihcac daya, when foreign ignorance, enne,
and paupcrum, aro depiniUiig votra in tho
American baltot-bor, alull honcat and In
telligent Americana aland back, yield up
the control of tho election I o bad men, and
y " 1 am too good to vote r"
Vkloua ia on Uio llntith throne, and aho
la bound, aa an honeat ipiren, to do all alio
can to dwehargo the weighty rraponaibili
Uet that rot upon her. If alio neglect, or
abirk her duticn, her criminality la great.
Bo it ia with an American freeman. Ho iaa
aovertign, and tbe roajnniibililica of a frco
man real upon him. lie cannot neglect,
trtfln ilh,or ahirk thorn, without incurring
the rcapoiiMbilitiee of an unfaithful man and
ciuten. It ia tho high privilege of a man
to vote. It coat much to aecuro that privi
lege. It U tho high duly of a freeman to
vote, at all timet, when the privilege ia al
If men of known honwty, intelligence,
and chiracler rcfuao to vote, they aurron
der a tearful power inlo the handt of bad
men, and their conduct tend to degrade
tho ballot-but, and to doatroy tho founda
tion! of Hepublicaniauu If there ia any
prtifeiiion, buaincaa, or calling, whoao Ju
lie aro inconi'utcnt with tlio dulie of a
ficemin, then lint profrealon, buiineaa, or
catliug, la not American, nor auitcd to exiat
in a Itrpublic Wo believo it to be the im
peratiio duty ofevery freeman to vote, and
for none 1 tlie duty more commanding than
Ma. JuDtvi.u, the Unccmfortablo
member of the late Koiue of llepreaenta
tivra, fmn llardwick, could not accept an
appointment on a Committer, and ao eeot
a long letter to the Speaker, declining the
nomination, and gave, aa a rraaon, that he
mutt attend to the intercata of the Repub
lican party, arul murt anawer an anonymoue
letter in the IVrc Vnu. He conld not
serve lle Hlate, arul ao labored during the
whole -aion to writo that fanwua letter.
It appeared in the Often .Mountain lti.
man, one day after tha (leneral Aaaetnbly
adjourned. Karly in the aion, we aaid
Out a leading F'reo-Soiler cart a vote for
tawrcnee Ilrainerd for Hcnstorthua inaeri
bed, " Iiawreoco Itninerd. daubed over,
and ao! J to tha Whiga." We did notchooae
to diactuta tho naino of o ailly a voter. In
hit famoua proclamation, Mr. Judevtne, the
Uncunf'HUble, aiya that he waa the man
who deuaite4 that tote) In thia aamo
pniclarnttion be aaya the editor of the lit a
a lo waa aen on the day before the aeaiion,
promenading the ilrerta of Monlpclier, try.
log to gvt up a caucua. He, tiie Uncoro-
furtable, aaw ;t dona ! lie alood upon tbe
Uranch Itndge, with ruefol rye, and hi
" gory loeka" were wet with the dew of the
everting. He watched acb paaaer-by, and
beard tiie " tale no voleo might apeak."
Now, be il known, O! kiodmla, tribe,
ari tongnra, that the above mentioned
promenading "editor of the Htaau" waj
entirely tppod to the calling of any can
cut, aud did nut know that a call waa Uaaed,
until right o'clock in tlie evening, after tlie
canriu had met and tha nomiaationi were
Jatwa Con! in took lodgingt to the
Rutland Cuoaly Jail, two monlha tince, fur
a term of ait loontha, becauae he had aold
lnjonr often! imea comrary to the laara of
thia Stale. !a1 week, onder a coapUint
enlrrrd prtviooa to hit incarceration, he
u tried tor aelling liquor, found guilty,
6nd ri3 and rxwta, and aentcnerd to ait
month LnpriioaDaent. At tho expiration
of eight month, Jimmy can go forth again
ta aril Ivjoor, if U (JUaxa.
A woman! (w ahill n-A nve the
narne,, ta amilation of rich, and rrapccUbl
aen,haj frequently beva arlliog Uquor fa
Ala ullage. Ijiat wrrk abe u tned,
ha4 guOtr, fined fJO and cotU, tJ aeo
traced ta lb re luouthi iiopnacnmrM. She
u the awthrr of four children, one aa In.
faU Dt tli wAtoce will n Abe carried
Into rjuculaja, we uodrnuoJ, it thu moth.
r ccaxa U iarU Iuor. Wiaj roold ei ,
rvtt tha ii w U nii a raaw?
Omt I r During Ihrliat o,
Mxwrtv J fc. A. Uimii, tif thit tatlage
hm been entmrtjg a new aioe cinae
br the KiJw-ay.flinhoftha iLlUWuliim. i
It li orfi(4, aj W be fwpj by
lh" rtcerpi meg grstlttnr "ilhia a few j
diya. Itii Chy feei brlhirtj-tWr, thru
rtorlea ia bright, boiSt of brWk, wuh looo-U-U
anl ornataental part ofniirUe. Itbai (
a flat nC and tbe ptaa of lU Mt la '
Uiteful, and ilr eredat to the architect,
iMbltandiR, webelWTrV It ia lb flnrat
rtruetar of the kind, in It inland. tVpend
op. K, VHnM w b don Urr,"!f we
amy rraft by their ruecrai in tha old
MiacuiiT1 Itnw it alive with
buyrra and aetarrr. Ciioatiidami with
hit army t t"rii(4n bat moved into tlie
eootb end. anl there make and eU bJ
and ahoe by the too, "i, r tingle pair.
In tha nrtt imr, J. O. Poura &. Co ta
aaual, are arlling large iuantiUet ofclothi,
cluthra, ic. They deerYe a cat! frost all
who wear coat, pint, vctta, &c.
Hard by, Mwnra. 0. II. Coli &. Co.
have their atore filled with (Sooda wanted
byltdieaand gentlemen between Dec 1,
lfcSl.aod April l.lhU. Tlie way to their
cVwr la well worn.
Tliere, alao, the IlaoTiirat Ci.iaa
take care of tha precioua ineUla, and work
ikilfnlly In gold and ailvcr, and can ktep all
tha watchea in Upland in order. If Diana,
or any of her diaciple, wunt titvrr ahrinea
made In tlie beat votive faahion, let them
call on the Clarka, or on It. M. IliiLrr,
over tlie way. Home aupcrior article of
tilvei ware, wrought by Mr. Iliiley, ahow
Dtlta ti. SmiM, are aupplied with
their Winter Cuoda, are never lonraomr,
but go ahead aa of old, and everybody
knowt that i well enoujli.
TowjrIIal.1- TheCenerat Aaaem
hly of Rutland mccta alternately at the
Eaat and Weat villages. To accommodate
them at thia village a building haa bn
errctnl by Jotiah Huntoon, H. It ia
of brick, one hundred feet in length, ami
aitty feet In width. Tho height ia two
atoriea; tho rtono work ia marble, and the
the root la covered with alato. The Hall
it an the second floor, ia eighty feet by
nitty, handsomely finidied, well lighted,
and will be, when trait arc placed in it, one
of tho beat Malta in the State for public
meeting, concerts, die. It ia a well pro
portioned, and hindomo building, uf
courac, Mr. Itandall being tho architect.
llcncatli tlie Ilall.'aro four amplo ruoma,
built willi elrgant glaaa fronU, admirably
adapted for Htorea. No. 5, ia occupied by
0. II. I'ALura aa a Dry (!oob Store J No.
Il, by I'mira, Havti &. WiLnr.R,do.i No.
7, It the I'oet Offico; No. 8, by W. &. II.
McKkimi aa a Clothing and Mcrchint
TalloHa Establishment, and thcro Tailora
do their work.
HoLinir tiirTi. For three fine
thing, call on I'iihi &. Moaac, Tuttle
&. CoM and 11 A. 1'iw.iE Si Co.
Mcasra. Ilonurt &. Owes. What
neo.1 be aaid ol them? Nothing. What
can be aid ? Much. Iwk at their ad
vertisement, and from a part, learn what
the whole must be.
.Mcaar. near Si Sox. Always t
home, at work, well aupplied to aurply tho
wanta of tho well and ill.
l'n.in & Moaan not In want of cua-
tomera, but in want of room, where lo do
poaile their large and alwaye valuable Block
of everything Medicinal. Consult well
New Muiic Prom K.N. Mcrri-
am, of 1'act I'oultney, we havo just re
reived two piece of ctillent inmic, viz
" I pray for the loved onea at home," and
"The lut ood Night." Mr. Merriam ia
Judge, Advocate, and Iliecutioner of good
iniitic, and kecrn tlie latcat and heat for
DcaMinu or Hteahek Ocr.a.f, awn
Loaa or I.ivrt. Tlio ateamer Ocean, left
her wharf in Hoaton, Friday aflcrnoon for
the Kennebec river, having about eighty
paaaengera. When near tlio lower part of
the Lower Middle, about a half a mile south
of Deer ItUnd, aho waa run into by tho
Oritith ttcam ahip Canada from Urcrpool,
which ttruk the Ocean abaft tlio larboard
wheel-houae cutting her down to tlie water's
edge. Tbe Ocean took fire almost Imme
diately, probably from aomo of her etovea
having been thrown over m tlio concussion.
The ateamer Poreat City, for Portland,
and Doiton for lltngor, and other vessel
were In tho vicinity, and immediately tent
boat to her assistance but notwitlntand-
Ing aeveral livra were lost. The engine of
the Ocean appeared to have remained in
good order, aa aho waa run on ehoro on
Deer Island about a (juarter of a mile aouth
of tho Hospital, Sho continued burning
for aeveral hours, and at last account tha
fire had reached tho water' edge, makiDg
tbe deairuetion of tlie vcuel complete
The Canada waa backed after alriking
tho Ocean, and aoclioml near Ung Itlind
head, where aho remained at a lata hour
last night. We understand a email alainer
waa sent down by . H. I,ewit, Kan., tlie
agrnt of the Cuuard steamers', to bring up
Tlie Forest City, afler rendering what
aauatance ahe could returned to tlie city
with about tweoty.fiva paaaengera, the dead
bodir of a man, a woman, and a child who
apparently died in the water, and wteral
woanded persons. Among the last named
were Hiram L. Wtng, of. JUtb, the lit.
prtw ronawenger for Carpen'er dc Ccv, who
waa badly burnt or scalded, Charles pope,
a colored man, who had hi leg broken, and
hi wife, who it badly hort in tlie breast.
The woanded were taken to tlie Maaaacbu.
actta Hospital At tho time of the collis
ion many wero on to jump overboard, and
it it not yet known what number were loL
A Ctaioi-a Arraia. The wife ol a
grtulnuan residing in the Aisle of Vrr
inooi, was yclerJay arrtwted on a requKi.
tion froco (ov. Hcymoor, of thia Hute, and
bropght to this city, whero ahe waa allow,
rj all the pnnlego of the it.il, on caxnplaint
of a brother-in-law who preferred a charge
of child -abduction against herf Tho lady
atatcw that upon the death of her slater, b
wife of lh peraoa making the complain),
tin child waa given to her, and ahe regard
ed it lo the light of a dasghtrr. The fa.
ther of the child re-mameJ after tlx death
of hi irr wife, and tuw demand purau
awn of tin child. The lady rtfuiea to give
it up, aa both "herself and husband, being
chlldiiys, desire to rear It aa their owe,
taha mnalned la Jail over eight, and thu
morning waa held lo bail ta lull to app ca
at Court for trial. Tin cluhl is atilj in her
p-vetle. 7Vy TVsw, W.
rut m or.ncr.iti.
. ImrtitW t HAMtTJi It. K KI JXJO
Jmlpt, BENJAMIN P.laNODON
) A1JJ0N' WARSr.il,
Twkofr 1 Pairhavea DintrV-L.
J4pi. f IIARVKV BUTTON.
J Uullind Dulnet
SltUi .itttnuy. KOWIN B OKHTOS.
.Vrif. JACOB RDOURTON.
Jliricri or tut I tar.
IUsion. bnyal C Kailogg, Daniel Cr-
fiaat, Jarnet K (SUason, Junius J Ho ard
PranUin W Wallaco, Jw Oluwtead, John
llaiii.o-r.lt V Marsh, A A Nicholson,
II 8 McColUn, II llsR, K Juna II Daveiv
pvt. Il N Bngga, 7. It Hick, S II June,
Ciitlitoi, Cheater Spencer, .Smith
Sherman, Philip Pond, Daniel II Hawkim,
Halmon K (Sate, Ahaon Warner, Itiraui
Bitting, Fayrlta Birne, Alplionto Kit
burn, Allen Palmer, Zlmrl Howe, I.yman
Ctiirrcinn. George W Birnanl,
Dai id Wood, Willard O.guod, Onn Wood.
A rtem Churchill.
Ci.iaiiiio.i. Calrin Croaamtn, Henry
R Taylor, Hanmhal Hoilgos, Ii0u M
vauer1 l.lnu rUoltin, W illiam 8 Weeks,
O II Rounda.
Daiar. Amaaa Ilincron, Albert Buck.
Iin, O J Ixke, Gardner (iritTiUis, Ira II'
Vail, Uden Baker, (Meb Parri.
lllaaa aaoToi. C S Ilnmscy.N Jonoa,
M (1 Btrber, a J Bradley, O W Dicker
man. Ua. Joseph Tower, 11 C Hunter, ltns
aell Pub, Jeremiah Thornton, Jr, Joseph
Mr.iuoi. Henry S Ford,I:TrcttV'il.
kin. Etra Wson, P P Cady, William
MiboLETOw.i. .Pcleg Seamona, Ptij&li
Rosa, Alpheus Hayne, Nathan Winn, Jr.
Robert R Woolward.
Mt. IIollv. Abijah Cole, John Crow),
ey, John Bryant, Hiram Dickcrman, Ben
Vunin Billings, Pranklin I, Frost.
Mt. Tabor.-Kbcnczcr Hutchinson,
David Sliuipson, Gideon S Tabor, llcnj B
Britton, Ixircnw D Pcmber.
Pawlkt. Daniel II Bromley, Oliver
Hands, David Blakelcy, Nathan Allen,
Jonathan Randall, Osaian II Simonda,
PiTTsriELD. Ebcnczer B Rockwell
Win R Bloasum, Nalium K Green, Georgo
McCollom, Kraatu Holt, Jeffrey A Ran
dall, Ramoin Burdilt.
PiTTsroRu. Ben anin Northrop, Iaaae
C Wheaton, Thomaa F Boguc, Charles T
Colburn, Hiram Ieouard, John M Good
nough, Roswcll Woodcock, Jonathan
Poultset. J Joslin, J Richardson, J
B Bcaman, S W Angcvine, II G Ncal, II
Gorham, S Richards, J Allen, 1) Hooker,
Rtulami. Martin G Kvcrta, Charles L
WiH'iima. Newman Weeks, Georgo W
Chaplin, William T Nichols, Francis A
Fisher, Porter Howe, Sylvester Jones, John
Osgood, G N F.iycni, Francis Slasou, C B
Sncunun.iE. Richard Eatabrooka John
Jolinxon, Solomon W Adams, Daniel Kim
ball, George W Rich.
Shrewsbury Taylor G Foster, Mono
Colburn, Jonathan Buckmaalcr, Nathaniel
Lord, John Kinsman, Parker Kinsman,
StDiicRr. II II Mcrritt, Ell N Brown,
John White, Jr. John Horton, Isaac Kct-
Ti.imoutii. Bcnajih Cook, Harvey Shaw,
J II Round, Georgo Capron, Jr., Gardner
WatLiKoroan. Joel W Ainawortli,
William Kent, Harvey Button, P G Clark,
I.yman Batchcldcr, Elihu Doty, Dennis
Wellj. William Lamb, D B Iicwis,
Allen Grovcr, Russcl Pcmber, Almond
Westiuve.-c. Salmon P Abcll, James
Adams, II 11 Hunt, S Field, Nathaniel
Druwinr.-At the recent election for
Governor end Member of Congress in thia
littlo Slate, tho Whig run no candidates
of their own but fused with the American.
Tho official result shows that Causey, the
American candidate for Governor received
7X1 majority, and that Cullcn the nominee
of tlie samo party for Congress, is elected
by a majority of 501 over Georgo R. Riddle,
administrationist, and present member,
Ii.ti.iois. Ijito returns show that Wm.
A. Richardson, Nebraska Democrat is not
defeated and that Richard Vales, Whig, 1.
To compensate in part for this adminialra.
tion gain in tho Olh and Cth Districts, Jas.
C. Allen, Nebraska!, is defeated in the 7th
District by Wm. B. Arthcr, Whig. Tho
delegations in tlie present and next Con
gress stands aa follows :
Ajv Vaaial CTI. .NVrl Crfl.
1. K. n. IVaihbuni, II n. Wailibura.
J. II Wnitmk.
Jim (i. Sut ka.
IV. A. Uicu. ana
T. I. II. tan
Wm. H. Anbii.
Ii. A. Mibihiu.
X Jaaal O. NulVia,
4. Jiinaa Knot,
5 W. A. ILicH,
a. Ilklittl VaUa,
7. Jiai C Aixaa,
5. H . II. B.IUI1,
The new delegation therefore stands 3
administration and 0 opposition. In the 2d,
or Douglas' own District, tlie ami-Nebras.
la vote ia 10;i5j; Nebraska voto 3051
Tho Senate of this Stale will contain a
small majority in favor of Douglas at half
of tliat boily hold over. The House w;H bo
anti.Ncbraska by a atroog majority.
Micinu.i.In the 4th District Geo. W,
Pock, adminutntlon it electod tn Congress
by a small majority. Tlie other Represen
ttlivca are all right. In tho Legislature
there are Iti opposition msjrity in joint
ballot; the Senate standing 'XI opposition
to I) adminialra lion, and tho Houae 45 to V7.
IfCaasisin favor of " aqautter sovereign
ty In it full extent, a duo regard for con
sistency should lead him to resign his seat
a United State Senator.
Bci rato, Not. '.7,
Tbe steamer. If jy Jlamr went aahoro at
Point au Pelee on Friday night. The pa.
seogvr were all saved by the steamer
Ocean, l-aat night a violent gale prevailed
on the Lake, and there is a report current
ttii momio; that the May Flower has gone
entirely to iiirces.
Patrick Kane, a soldier in the United
Stales Army, murdered his wife last night
by cutting her throat, and then coiouuurd
suicide by tha wins mean.
The Foreign News published tht
week contains fr encouragement for the
llcrmont I'ciu3 3tcmo. '
'The nail cotir of Iretarr at
the WwiJatoek Medical College will coir.
menc oil tha first Tuesday in March, li-V
The St. Alhtnt Tnluw will iasoo
w papers after the'ltt of January, except
to thj wh) have paid ia advance. Thia
Is lh tra piliey Or both publisher and
Vtawosr BtrritT Con t.iTios.
-Wehaierecttred a well printed nam
iilet from the .Sliiujn Steam Preaa, con
taining the proceedings of the twenty .ninth
Amlversiry of the Vermont Biptiat Con
vention, held with tin Dliurch in North
Bwininon Oct. 4lh andSth, 1831. Itap.
petr that the opening Sermon waa preach
ed by Rev. C A. Thoaiaa, I). I), of Bran
don, and the organization was ilTt-eteJ by
tlie choice of Rev. U Hayden, of SaxW
River, Moderator, anl Itev. J. C Poster, or
Braltleboro, Clerk. Prom the return! made
tin) nntnbfr of Baptist Churches in tlie
Slate is fo.ind to bo 107, having (VI settled
pastor, anJ a membership of 78 ll. Tho
iiuiiiherofaddiliotu by Biptism during the
pist year, is l.'l. The amount of recclpte
for dosnestic minions, or ellort for cstah
lulling and sustaining clmrchet within the
Sute, is 1S57 dollars: Ten churches havo
been aided to the amount of about 1000
dollars. A Domestic Missionary haa been
employed during the wn'ire year, and in
the discharge of his duties he has preached
110 sermons, attended tJO prayer meetings,
and trarelcd more than 8000 miles. Ea.
The aacountants employed by the
Vermont Central Railroad Company, to
trace out stock fraudulently iasued, finished
their labors Inst Friday, Of tho while
number of shtre-i orcr-lssucd about 7000
aro located In Stato street, Boston, and
3000 in the hands of outsiders.
Small Pot i.i TntTro&D. A wri.
ter in tho .V. . Patriot, gives a detailed
account of tho circumstances attending tho
death of Miss Ellen M. Herbert, only dau.
ghter of Samuel Herbert, Esq., of Ruiuncy,
N. II., at Thetford. Miss Herbert was at
Thctford attending school, and, while there,
contracted tho confluent small pox and died
of that disease. Tho writer aforesaid as
serts that "a daughter of Dr. Whito of that
place, formerly a medical practitioner, con
tracted tho disease at Boston, and before
her convalcscnco waa completed, started on
board tho cars for her homo in Thctford.
During her brief journey of a few hours'
sho communicated tho discaae, directly
and indirectly, to seven ofher former ac
quaintances at Andover. Her unexpected
appearance at Thctford, under tho circum.
stances, produced excitement, but was soon
in a great measure relieved by tho repeat
ed and solemn assurances, both from her
self and her father, that she had been thor
oughly cleansed from tho disease before
alio left Boston. These assurances were
proclaimed to tho students by tho princi
pal of tlie Institution in tho Academy Hall
and also, on private and earnest inquiry
made by the young lady who subsequently
fell a victim to Ibo disease, as sho was In
tho habit of repairing to tlio house of Dr.
Whito tlireo times daily, for tha purposo of
practicing upon tnc piano forte."
Vr.RMo.ir Ba.iki. The abstract of tho
condition of tho banka In this State, from
tho report of tho Bank Commissioner re
cently published, exhibits tho following
Olhar li abilities
Ni'la snl Ililli iliiciiuntad
I10hIii1 io city tiauae.. ..
. I, HI I, ('Ml
Raos W'ajited, at tho office of
the St. Albans Tribune. Hear it beg
"wo hope tho Prco Press, Rutland Herald,
and SU Albaiw Messenger, will now, as
soon as possible, cast ofT tho Uttered gar.
ments of Whiggery."
Tlio Swanton J Ural J says that any
ono can have its autograph and a copy of
tho Herald tor 81,50.
In Burlington and in Bennington,
public meetings aro called to aid in tho sup
pression of liquor-selling, and liquor-drinking.
It ia found that laws havo their effi
ciency in tho public will, and that in a Re
public, they do not "executo themselves."
Not until human nature is different from
what it now is, can public meetings to dis
cuss, and form plans of united action, bo
The Bradford Enquirer has cast its
tlough and passed under tlio editorial
charge of O. A. Bowc, Esq. It now talks
the language of common sense, and rightly
acts forth the political matters of Vermont.
It is no longer a curso to its friends, but
speaks in a manner worthy of attention and
support It supports Royco emu" Fletcher.
The newspapers very justly accuse
tho late General Assembly of neglecting
the public good by refusing to pass some
law for the supervision of schools. The
truth of Uio whole matter cannot be known,
without a censure upon individuals, and no
one choose to do that when no good can
result at present The next best course, ii
for tho Town Superintendents and Com
tnittce mep lo do what they cn to aid tho
' At Iraaburgh, on Thursday evening
last, Ljie iDtchino aliop of Mr, Orno waa
burned. Jaw $1,500. Insurance, J500.
Unnois. Long John Wentworth's
paper, tho Chicago Democrat states that
the majority against tlie repeal of tbo Mis.
sourt Compromise in Illinois, aa shown by
tlie vote on Members of Congress, Is not
far from 20,000. Io the. first and second
district it is about 15,000. ,
Tho Illinois republicans, finding them
selvit in the majority ia tbe new state leg.
Itlature, propose to treat Judge Douglas to
a dosa of his own mixing, and instruct him
on the slavery questions. The little giant
is quite nervous at the prospect thereof,
and tbe Chicago TriWue says, one state
senator, residing in that portion of the
stale, hu airtaij trot ojied n 0uutand
dollar! to rott agaitut imtnutivnj,
Wiicoxtix. Hon. Levi B. Vilai, lor
merly of this state, is elected to tha Wis.
cotastn legtslatore. After bis failarcs in
the I im of politic io this staLr, success
where he is less known Is ihxiUU-M very
gratifying to lam. Tha tixt of (A kalloli
by which bo was rleclsd is saat givsn.
As ATititcvii Moitrta. la
Marion County III a ahort time tiner, soco
nam who were digging a deep pit,foand
at a depth of ait frrl frutn the surface, tlie
partially dectysj skeleton of oore wonder-
out beast who had walked the earth with
mighty atrtdes long before the adrrnt of the
human race. Among the remains was a
horn, nine feet tn length, and quite smooth
with tlie exception of about three feel of the
butt end, which was turrounJnl with ridges
similar to those on a aheep. The horn was
two feet In circumference at the largest
part. A louth was found which was fire
feet In length and two Inches in diameter,
having the appearance of a flrat Jaw tooth.
A piece nf bone, eleven feet In length was
also founl which was thought ta luvo been
a portion of tlie jaw.
TiicErrct'Tor Ciuu.i.iuiio. The
Milwaukie Htntiml says that nearly ri)raf
KuiutrtJ illegal vote were ofTcrod at the
different poll in Milwaukie, at the election
on Uio 7th Inst, and the Stnlintl add I
"With scarcely an exception these votes
were fur the straight Democratic ticket)
and were kept out of tho ballot-box only
by prompt and determined challenging."
It is believed that tho forthcoming
report of the Postmutcr General will make
a remarkably good exhibit of it operations
of the last year. The revenue: from tlio
Cheap Poslago System has increased, and
will soon be adequate, in connection with
the present judicious administration of tho
department, to meet all Uio expenses. Tho
friends of the Cheap postago System may
bo congratulated upon this fact.
Married in Fletcher, Nov. 15, by It.
T. Bingham, Erq., Mr. Cheater S. Lamb,
and Miss Julia Thomas, both of Fletcher.
Triui Joined In one, the et.ry lili j
lr lljuiaa prufe no mock,
Lai hull Umii latreue 111 fulj,
Up to a numerous flock.
Louisville, Nov. 'Jl. Robert W.
Johnson, democrat, has been unanimously
elected to Uie U. S. Senate, by Uio Logia
laturc of Arkansas.
OonE.isBURa, Nov. 22. This morn
ing, about 4'clock, ono of our citizens, and
for many years a resident here, was caught
in Uie act of firing a building. Tho public
opinion is, that lo tho individual now caught
wo aro to look for an explanation of nearly
all the fires which havo rapidly swept our
village for several years past, all of which
have happened about 4 o'clock in tho mor
ning. CinciictATi, Nov. 54.-Tho Know
Nothing convention, which has been in se
cret session hero for tho past two weeks,
adjourned. The attendance has been largr,
every Stato In Uio Union being fully repre
sented. Among tho representatives aro
Messrs. Clayton, of Delaware i Ullmann, of
Now iork ; Brown, of Pennsylvania ;Lums-
den, of New Orleans j Mayor Conrad, of
Phiadclphia. Tho utmost harmony pro
vailed. Important alterations wero made
in Uio constitution of tho order, a now rit
ual adopted, and a complete change mado
in Uio pass word, signs, Sic. Tho matter
ol tho Presidential candidate had not yet
been brought up.
Raleioh, N. C, Nov. 21. David 8.
Rcid has been elected U. S. Senator for
four years by Uie Legislature of this State,
by a majority of II votes.
Colt's Revolvers. Tho English
papers stato that tho number of tlio repeat
ing pistols, or revolvers, manufactured by
Mr. Colt during tho lost two years, amounts
to two hundred thousand. Tho Viceroy of
r'Bypt '"" laiciy ordered 5000 of them for
tho equipment of his cavalry j and Uio Brit
ish Board of Ordinanco dispatched, some
time ago, ten thousand to Uio Baltic fleet.
,Vu Ilaien Ilrgister.
Wo aro told Uiat Uio profit on each of
Uicso pistols at tho wholesale price cannot
be estimated at less Uian five dollan, in
which case Col. Colt's profit on tho 200,000
mcnUoned above as manufactured in two
years would amount to a million dollars,
These figures seem almost incredible.
Tho Mexicans Intend erecting a mon
ument celebraing their victory at Bucna
Vista. Tho Boston .Mas intends, in im.
inuon oi uio Atcxicans, lo erect a monu
ment in memory of Uio lato Whig victory
On Saturday last a couple of eccentric
individuals, passed through our streets
mounted upon two of the shadiest Denies
to be found anywhere. They wero all broko
out, at the toes, heels, knees, waist, shoul
dors, elbows, and wore Shockim? bad hat
and "Seymour blossoms" on their noses
They were Ued upon their ponies wiUi hay
ropes, ana leu uie town bound westward
From the fact Uial news had lust been re
ceived that Clark was elected Gov- we took
them to be lords and master who would not
allow Uicir liberties to bo abridged, and
were emlgiating to Pennsylvania Og.
A PiTiir EnsTi.r.. Somebody pub.
lishe Uie following letter to tho Washing,
ton Union in the Concord Democrat:
Dear U.iio.i : "Briehtlv brmlr. tL.
morning," was your exultant cock-a-doodle-doo
over Uie last Now Hampshire clec
Uon. Now let us hear jpu "crow" over Uie
Yours alas! IIncu Hi
P. S. My loro to the "little giant"
ami aii uio lesser ones Iaa are alive.
A Nut tor Native American
Americans are represented abroad as fol.
i .... i i .
low i uy a rrenenman in upaln, by an
Italian In Italy, by a German Jew at Uie
Hague, by a Scotchman at Naples, and by
an Irishman ia Portugal. Sickles and San.
der,' we are sorry to'say, were born in this
Ye conttabe he sat him downe
Upon an oaken diaire,
But quick arose with wrathful fro woe,
And wilde his eyes did glare ;
For in his seste a crooked pin
Had punctured him full sore,
Placed by a rogueish imp of aic,
Ye constabel lo gore,
A little girl, having been sent to a
ahop to purchase some dye stuff, and ha v.
ing forgotten the mmo of Uie article, said
to the clerk i
'Please sir, bat do folks dye with!'
Die with ? Why, tbe Cholera, aomelime
replied the clerk.
I 'Well, I belitve that's the name I want
three rants' worth.
j P v c i y u i c w u . ,
Three Ba.ts Ltf r frm Eaff r,
AniTU ef Bteavaahip Baltic.
TU srkie"wi llijtw awrai4.
Another Great Dattlc.
aeon ruiuril A7a"at.a.iri axd tooo
St ailAXS KII.I.KUI
Nrw Yoaa, Nov.Sll Tbo Collm team
ahip Biltic, bringing one hundred and for
ty -eight paasrngrrs, amongst whom were
Hon. Revrrdy aolinaon and Don Pratt, Sec
retary of legation at Pari and bearer of
The nea by this arrival Is extremely In
teresting. The news of the massacre of
Uie English light cavalry under Iord Car
digan Is mainly confirmed. They charged
upon a Russian battery of thirty guns, and
no less Uian 400 were' killed outright, only
200 returning. Since then there haa been
Incessant and sanguinary fighting. The
allien, in point of numbers, are now oer
matched, and urgent request have been
sent for Instant reinforcement. Fifty thou
sand French troops are to be instantly sent
to Sebaatopol, and every available steamer
has been taken up by tho French and Eng
lish governments, including the Ihiivpa,
Alps, Indiana, New York and others.
On tho 4lh of November there was a
sanguinary engagement ; ami, on tho Sth,
a terrible combat, including a sortio and
funeral attack by Mcnchikofl ' whole army,
'ho batik lasted from daybreak until four
P. M. Both tides claim tho victory. The
English tooknomc hundred prisoners. Tho
Iluwians stormed aivenil batteries and si
lenced Uio guns. Tho loss of thn Allies
was 5000, that of Uio Russians P000. The
Czar's Iwosonswerein UiebalUo. On tlio
CUi Uio balUo was resumed by the Russians
but the result is yet unknown.
Tho Allies aro preparing to storm So
bastonol before tho Russians call recover
their loasrw, and a practicable breach his
Tho war nows was etching tho most in
terne excitement in England and France.
I.ord Raglan and Gen. Canrobrrt had scut
Uio most urgent demands to their respective
government for immediate reinforcement,
and tho greatest baste was manifested to
meet them. Seven first class steamers had
been taken up for instant scrvico, and nth
era aro wanted. Tha Alps sailed on tlio
1 lUi for Toulon. The Eurona would go to
Kingstown on tho 18th, and a great num
of others were under orders to embark
The disastrous result to tho English of
Uio battlo of Uio 2Glh is confiimed, although
it is not qaitoso bad as at first represented.
Tho great carnage was owing to Uie mis
construction of an order from tlie Commander-in-Chief,
that Irds Iiardcganaud and
Lucan rodo Uio light horso over a plain a
mile and a half in length, exposed to a cross
fire, full at a Russian battery of thirty guns.
Tho attempt waa madness, and tlio result
destructive. Out or 007, only 103 return
ed, and theso must havo been destroyed but
for a magnificent charge to their rescue by
tho heavy dragoons, and tho bravo stand of
tho Highlanders, by which Uio day was re
deemed. After tho action it was decided by tho
allies to abandon the position at Balaclava,
and to retire to tho hills overlooking Uio
town, in which case Uicir depot would havo
beep established at Arron Bay or Kherson.
Advices of Uio 27th, however, state that it
had been decided to retain Balaclava.
Gcn.Canrobcrt's official report of Uie bat
tlo of tho Sth of November, is published In
Uio Afontftur of tho l!lth. Ho says :
"Tho Russian army, swollen by rein
forcements from tho Danube, as well aa by
the combined reserve of all tho Southern
provinces, and animated by tho presenco of
thu Grand Dukes Michael and Nicholas, at
tacked yesterday, Nov. 5, tho right of tho
hnglish anny sustained tho attack with
most rcmarkabla firmness and solidity. I
supported it by a portion of tion. Boieiuiil's
division, which fought with admirable vig
or, b well as by Uio troops which were
nearest tho English position. Thfjcncmy,
who far outnumbered our force, beat a re-
treat, with a loss estimated at from eight to
nino thousand men. The struggle lasted
the whole day. At tho samo timo Gen.
r orey was forced to rcpulso a sortio made
by tlio garrison, and, under his energetic
command, tho enemy were driven hack
again into tho place, with a loss of 1000
Kiuen nnu wounueil.,,.
" This brilliant day which was not pur
chased without considerable loss to Uio ah
lies, does the greatest honor to fur armies,
" The siego continues with regularity.
English advices of Uio 10th, from Bucha.
rest, state that on tho morning of tho 5th,
Mcnschikofra wliolo army attacked the
English position. A sauiruiiiarv battle en
sued, which lasted till 4 In tho afternoon.
The allies obtained a decisive victory.
There wero severe losses on both sides.
I ho hnglish took many hundred prisoners.
Generals Butter. Adams. Bentunck. Tor.
rens, and Sir Geo. Browne, wero wounded.
The English official account kaa not yet
Tho Russian account. Intelenranbie. rles.
patch from St. Petersburg of Uio 12th, states
that Mcnschikoff reported, under data of
Nov. 5, from Scbastopol, that on Uio 5th the
garrison made two sorties, one airainst tho
right flank of the allies, which was success
ful, and resulted in the capture of one of
Uieir batteries, Uio guns of which wero
spiked. There waa a irreat loss on both
sides. The other sortio was also complcto.
f "uvLwami, uio jiuaamiia Having apiKCd
fifteen guns. Immediately after, a French
inlautry divisions pursuing tho retiring
uunaiaiis,aiicrapicaio mount to uie assault,
uui wu inrown drck wiui immense loss.
The Morgen roil of Vienna has tho fol
lowing despatch :
"Ciernositx.Nov. 11. OnUie Cth tho
wholo garrison of Scbastopol, amounting to
sixty-five thousand men, mado a sortie. A
furious battle ensued, which waa not ended
when tho messenger left, but at Uiat time
Uie allies had the advantage."
It waa reported in Paris Uiat Uie French
Government had received a despatch an
nouncing that Uio storming of Sebattopol
commenced on tbe 5th, under tery favora-
ii . ...
uie circumstances, iiouung else waa
Another despatch states that on tbe 4lh
the allied batteries were but ono hundred
and filty yards from Uie walls, and Uiat Uicy
had effected a practicablo breach in the
walls ol Sebaatopol.
From Jassy, on Uie 10th, it is telegraph
ed that the movement of the Ottoman
troops toward Moldavia and Uio Pruth con
tinued with great activity, and produces
much sensation in the Principalities. Omar
Pasha Is expected In person at the I'ruUi.
Gen. Iiudens, it is said, will evacuate Uie
southern part of Bosserabiaof Sebaatopol
fall, a Uie allies will Uien act against
wuensa, ami Acaermann.
The steamers of the Baltic Beet remain.
on in Kiel Jlav.
Commercial letters from St. Petersburg
order that their goods should not be shipped
in British vessels, as Uiey feared UiaTtus
sian fleet would put til sua, there being ao
few British cruisers in Uie Baltic.
The Indications are strengthened Uiat the
Czar evinces a willjnglea to negotiate.
His cunceaaion, however, goes m further
uian an oner lo treat oil Uie lour points tl
'I here is a rumor in Vienna, that RoUia.
child, finding hi recent purchase of tlie
Austrian railways a bad bargain, offers tha
government a loan of 'jQOf)tXip(X franc to
cancel tbe agreement.
Although lio general action was fought
in the Crimea frocn the 27th of October to
tbe 5th or Tioveiuber, Uie Interval It descri
bed a ao incessant combat.
It 1 reported Uiat Lord Kazlao liaa sus
bended Injrd Cardigan from the command
fur raabne fa Uie charge which proved ao
diaaalrous at Balaclava,
The Unltah Parliament is further pro
rogued to tha 14th of Dceubr.
Fifty tinaaand Prrrera troops art to be
sent in thn Crimea, line.'. r
therxpenie, 1 t
ChltleS Krmhle.th ew.1 .
at tendon on the 1 1th, ag 4 ? .' -i
At Vienna lh rnmor waa .v..
irkve aurh vlctorieaon!J 1 vn;
to raiae the siege. cnah,t !irl,-I'
b of the tm opinion, for in a 1 ,,,
Paakiewiteh hMs "It,, V '
aible for the allies toeeMsm.i ii. -.
. 1 1 .11 1, . 1 . w 1,
im 1 win i-uiiuuuo to lllrraa r
I lie raits corrvn.l-rit of ih 1 .
TYmri telegraphs that tien I ' 1
aawured the rnch (ioicrnmist Ys)
Ruaaian were so weakened in timtt J
tha 5lh, that for ten dav to
would not be In a pmttion to
allium Urn km it, and thit he nien-
main iKr attta-niit "
Tho correspondent or the r.i.v,,.
P call thn allied Im .MXXJ 1 r
rench ami Tutkt. ' ' "
The ?lleeotttl Coiiailt( .
We fve below some uf the dela..i
alleged conspiracy in Miuoun t 1
alavery Into Ksntaa. The St. laj Jt
hgrnrrr of tho lcUh ulL hit the I . ,1
Humors hate lately been leak.ne
both in Missouri and III tho lUit, r
lug Senator Atchison with srcM T
buster" schenio to make a loray in Ki ,
territory, carrying tho banner of "S'.n
or BanithtiKtii," and forcibly ili.i.m.
and expelling every man in that ter
who will not bow thn kneo to the Ik Vj
of tho intolerant invaders. We hteb,
disposed to discredit this story, so n -
bin did it seem on its face, and an m t
and lawless in ilschamcter. Hut our fa
begins to stagger. Tha old foundation
law and order are broken up, and put
and force ruin the day.
Wo have been led lo these retb ii -. ,
Uio following remarkable dlsclow t
has just been mado to us by unri ol' tlio but
men In the Stato, a slaveholder, a South,
man, and for twenty years a Mlssmintn
Every word written down by him, nuj u
implicitly relied out
" . Mo., Nov Uth.
" I met, tho other 'lyi a friend of mini.
rho is a . Enterin' int fi
miliar conversation with me, he infomiij
mo that he, and others whom ho dij n
name, had been dilllgently at work for IN
day In tho scrvicoof a secret organization,
snrrading pretty much over the State, the
object of which is to maka Katitt a slate
" Knowing mo lo bo a Southern man. sm
strongly imbued with Southern principles,
ho did not hesitate to ask my co-operatloi
in tho movement. Ho said that hu wm
sworn not to impart any of tho pursues of
this society, unless the Individual approach.
co woiiiu cnicr into 1110 movement 1 Hung.
ly. Declining to join tins new institution
without time for reflection, ho referred mt,
for further information, to certain suspicion
f riiueiiien, wiui wiioiii, However, I am M
ikcly to havo any consultation. . . ,
"The leading leaturu of tho plan nois!
probably bo to transport n forco from .M.
eouri, when the timet comes, sufficient u
accomplish the end desired. I lake it tint
this is a movo of Atchison ami Strin gfellos,
wiUi a few others of like mind and it roij
bo that your neighbors of the Republicu
know something about it.
"My strong conviction is that Kanm
can never bo a slavo Stale, although it
might comport wiUi tho intcreat of Miuog.
ri for it to bo mado such. But I am fira.'r
convinced that Kanzas, If made a rlin
Stato by tho violent irruption of cij'ii
from another State, will never bo admiUel
into tho Union and when that stale uf
things is upon Uio country, wo will lutn
tornado that will perils ps destroy the Uiilot,
and bring on us blasting civil war, ldi
with accumulated horrors and the drsuU.
tion of generations."
80 writes our friend. Being a Wy
lover of tho 'Union aa it is," he duos a
caro to peril it for Kanzas. And bcinri
Binccro supiwrtcr of the principles of tin
Nebraska bill, ho wishes the real trltlrn
In Kanzas to rcgulato and establish their
own institutions, and docs not wish lo liaie
violcnaJntcrfercnco from any quarter.
TlierSt. Wiis Democrat of the. M No.
vembcr, also says that Senator Atchison Is
at present engaged in tho upper country,
organizing a secret society to consist of Sri
thousand persons pledged to retr U4
Kanzas 011 the first day of the election W
there, to voto slavery into that terntort,
Tho Democrat declares that it has autheo.
tic and reliable information upon tlio sub
ject, and that in a few days, it will cipat
Uio wholo scheme.
Til Money Diggings at tVhllaliilt- I
Ths ITowls Urosvlng more IVoiillih.
Wo stated some two or three werli unci
Uiat a number of men wero engaged inlij.
Sing for money on tho "Picket" near nuta
ay, they being encouraged to such Mus
hy tho revelation of a certain pretended tr
iune teller of thia village. Wo learn Hal
Uioy aro still digging, although they hin
not yet found Uio first cent. Jlavingfutri
the "Picket" to be a fruitless field, they hm
removed tho sccno of their operations uue j
"Diameter," a high ledgo of rock on tin j
west shore of tho Bay. Tradition rrM
that somcwhcio at the foot of this
of rock is a cave from which the Spatwtb,
soon after tho discovery of this contiw
dug out vast quantities of precious nrc
Hence, 'iko Uio "Picket," Uio "Diameter'
has been repeatedly searched for Uic trfU
urea it is said to contain. On coniultuf
their spiritual guide, the gold hunters
assured of tho truth of tlio tradition ifcl
told flow to prosecute their labors socce
fully. They wore to commence digjinB
a certain spot jiointeil out by tlio 'mediaa
and to keep steadily at work. On lkltJ
day, Uicy would reach a large flit nx
snake would Uien appear before lhn, W
Uie rentilo rnuat not bo disturbed, nornM
any of tho company manifest fetr or i("t
a word, lest the spell should bo brulw , -If
theso instructions wero ttriclly
tho treasure would soon bo theirs. Af
dingly picks xo aud crowbar tnVAi
work among tho rocks, and sure rrwof" j
tho third day, it Is said, asthoycai:iet!
eapected flat rock, a small snake wu
to fall from an overhanging bulb air''
into tho hole: in a few minutes it ?'
peared in a blue flame, leaving uottuoj
a coiled streak of sulphurous ashci-
this supernatural sight, our credslom
roes, though somewhat terrified, were
confirmed In the belief that Uifl "
stuff was fW, and they have tiwe
digging, in accordance wiUi thu
wiilia perseverance worthy of sui'ce.
Uiere is any money among those
hojioUiey will getiu aWf !''
A Double Mlroer-TiieW'""''
It mi Who 11 OuiLTr i 4 B'
morning a ahockiug butchery was r"
trated In Fulton township, I jncaster
ty, by an Irishman named Corneiiu
ron. Thia terrible record Is soon waJe -Hcrron
waa of Intemperate Wjrs
drunk to mania on Ibis occasion.
ing his house on Saturday roornin,f M
tacked his wife, besting her brut f "J
left her for dead. Cbloo Stout, a t--"
woman realiiinij in the vicinity, bear
cnes of Uie wife arid children ruh 'f
rescue, was attacked and beat to or-1
Uie rum demon, who then attacked vi1"
and killed It almost liwUnllr 1
After considerable difficulty hs "
reattil by the neighbors and Ue
Enquire Wicks, who couuullted bi
County PrUon. On his way to tw
he aaid Uiat he had killed a
Hantaon BeM-ton and secrtttd zL
Search being made, Bcnetoo "'' f
lying onder u pile of old lumber, fil
but not dangerously woanded. 'J'
Uken to hU home and, we are Jf'ir
Uiat he, as well as tlw wife of
rapidly recovering from iheif "rTt
Since hu arrest, Herroohas
(wbeUier feigned vt r, , Ilka a v" t
HovloUot lo been hi ewf' .ml
hu been utcary to Iron hM b'.
plluoa hi timtlmtattff IJ"'