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pw, anj iWoujtljr JUIiacul it, bo would
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that care tut ihtir iMwtraprr, anj are Ikmj.
t rnou4ito npmat their wkaliM.
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a. WeartdwiffocJljcuUir. Walnow
lU tlaaa of KaiUn that maa Uiaf ectn
plaint, ataj know that w coald mlarpour
purav b covering lh fint pa of tho 11 1 .
aiti.nrry wt-k,wkb a at4inafUalf!rpamy
lor tlotj. Hot wa aliall not io it, tkxijh
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prtlui, araj U p444iona of iu rraJera.
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tlva ctmMrf pmaa, )aa frral poaer. It la
a trarbrt, aJ mran that it aball trach
rotaVing baj. WelnawUatDotinnrvihan
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aoftA. flcfura) ua ir a copy of th Uut.
lath) HlUit43in W. ItCCaOUM
M awt than tc4Uinli part at utocb
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t! tW rnt of wrtppwj' -per, anj
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ivn lowll fcwit, TU4Wtiifoflh
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(Ut tU blank pap-a; a4 fc tb pOBt-
tVa wwk' n AalNtlMfralMivianaku
rptbiabsM, If Sirf - our tint'
tif, at airauM be CuwipoSral U Uru a
W-. about Ika nr rT that tf IWt Tb
r4fTa Urn paprf prt tar tbaa 1V7
pay f.a, anal adrfrtWii i tfi? of lbt two
Iff an btefc a r4.jr atnkat po, or it
id fanp anj bah oa 4c rf.
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paptr ia a ctjTirrmatJp of tS rttlaTpriar,
nl awtn c4 boiitwa Auk In i!i ikeiei.
ly. KilrMff It In part of baatrapw, Ob
Kuril j wwo't pay. Tb Arntwrcarnta of
MichtMa artl Mitbauca ar ifjrtire
of ttfa, atU rly, rrrft-rpria, rniulatioivaWf
ioumUoo, ao5 rootra. The man who hi.
irniara, ia tiaamanof a Jay. He lithe
rotntbal aata Ibioya in uxtkon,tie utn
of trill, 1 Ult the worW bit he can
anj will io, anj dona not throat hii biodr
in hia ptkrta, tniaiin; lo poblie pity, anj
C up arrl fJo'n the atfart, wbimn; at the
bud tin, anj the ilollnraa of burin".
A community of barinrta or n that iiJ not
aJrrrtlae, wouU prwnt the attractiircncaia
art4 tvctitlty of a frate-yanl !
1(41 Aalvanlalraa;.
Tire price for thii kind of work ii very
low, hardly auJaeient, eitn if paij in ad.
taut, to pay the printrf for 'actUn-f it up."
How, then, atanda tie caae when Dot more
than one-half ia paid for, and liiually long
a(W the work it done. We have paid out
inure tnnncy, duiiaj the paat year, to print
rra (ut their "oik on lepal AJrcrtiteinf nit,
than we inve received fmm IUecutora,Ad
minialralort, and Commluioncn on 1
tatoa. It thUrishl?
Thn'l forjt to attend the I.adiea Tea.
Uval at Iho Ton Hall thia (Thuraday) ere
iiinj. (Jo in and enjoy a pleaaant cTeninj,
and at ti aaue tiuao help the ladiea of the
Ilaptitt Church buy an Organ.
t'af tka HariU.
Philosophy of Spiritualism.
There ia. prlian. no deluaion that la ex.
ciling ao tnuch of the public attention, or
making aueh a rapid progreaa in our midtl
aa Uiat of - Spirit Rapnlnca," or to uto tho
acicutluc appcllalionorUio accra,tbe "iiew
llarmunical I'hlloaohy.n
Appropriate inmirioa ith relation to the
cauaeaof thia progrcaa misht bo into reatiug
to aome ; but aa they would not bo ao fen.
erally edifying aa atrict invcatifatlona.prop
rrly conducted, we will not Uke up your
lime with ihcin, but proceed to aaccrUin by
the light which Metaphyaical acicneo
llirowa on the aubject, if tho jiriucUlea on
wlncli Uie ayatetn la founded are correct,
and it not, then tho time apent in other In
teatigatlona la ceruinly waated.
To commence, then, wo lay down the
propnalllon, tint
.III luth jihtnomtnn at come unJtr the
ktxul of physical drmotutriitionl" art not
tautrd ly Uit agtnty ofdiparttd ipiriti.
That maireloua tliinga, which may be aa.
cribed to aujiernatural cantea, aomctimca
occur in our mulit would bo molcur to de
ny, for the testimony of many candid wit.
neaaca ictllea the point ; hence, tho cjuea.
tion to bo considered ia, aro they the work
ofapiriU?
Ileforo o undertakn to answer, aatufac
tofially, Oie queation, (Can npint manifctt
llaelfphyicalfy?)it will bo ncceaary to
coiwldcr carefully Ihu meaning of llio term
fkrit In univeraal accptation, and in oc
co;iance wtih tho varioua dcfinitiona of tho
ler 11 by different lexicographcra, it menu
an Lr material and intelligent substance.
laock) aaya "a spirit it a substance in
which thinking, knowing, doubting, and a
power of moving du exiat," and all agrea
that iu propertiea aro essentia ly diflWcnt
from those ol matter. A spirit has no form,
color, weight, or any other property pecu.
likily belonging to matter; neither doea
matter havo the power of thinking, doubl
ing, or doing an) thing which belongs pe
culiarly to mind.
Wo may, aouietimes.uao the expressions,
" the ey 0 acoa," and "the ear heara but
no powiblo construction of language would
lead any aensible, intelligent being to up.
poao that lbs sensation of seeing was in
the eye, or tliat of hearing In the ear; for
it Ins often been demonstrated that all son
aation ia trolr in the mind : and that the
eye, and ear arc but the natural organs of
their respective senses. Understanding,
then, Oils natuie, we coma to enquire, can
a free, disencumbered spirit roanifoit itself
by rapping on, or tipping a table. If a rap
u heard from a table it is caused by a aud.
den contact of its surface with aome solid
body, but a spirit ia not a solid body;
hence it ia not caused by spirit. If the
first proposition ia correct the conclusion
will follow, for the truth of the second ia
not generally denied. We have seen that
matter is ditTerent from spirit, and, aa such,
it could ofler no rrsbunca to it; conse
quently, it would be a solecism to ny that
a spirit could come in contact with nutter,
lor the contact of two asbslancee Implies
that there is some auniUrily In uiir prop
ertiea. Hound la, philosophically apcikif.g, the
vibration of the air caused by the collision,
or other movement of bodiea. Ilut we liave
aeeu that a spirit is not a body, and cannot
come in collision with a material sub
stance, and to say tht the vibration of atr
it caused by the collision of ajiirita woold
b going beyond tbe bounds of knora ledge,
and aatertiog that which could tut be prov.
d. It miy be iraid of such aa- make thia
aaatrtion, intho oords of Dr. Johnson, ih
"they who aet up hypothetical poaaibiliiy
against acknowledged certainty, or whoar
gu against what they know from what
they do not know, do not deserve to bo ad
mitted In the claae of reasoning belaga."
We roriunj In the next place, Out a ta
ble eantvx.be moved by a disembodied apir.
u. in tbe unusofMlaiad body, electric
hy may b the coan-jctinj link between
tnindand matter ; but we cannut infer frooi
thU that a disembodied spirit can bt tbe
rower of actiog npon electricity. Bat,
nit then, it would U impouible lor a U.
Po to naove, for it is not an wganlietl body
ii Denes, touKles, yiuu, etc. neccwaary
U Uaiaition. Precisely far tbe tin
IbU UU absurd to aty a t pint cocne
la coaHatt rn, mailer, aa it it linpaaiM
fraJj4abtlieaJjirit u mov the table,
lor It la (Jeaily ,&reA that tbe latter, t)w
it amy rrwatnttmal oVajaaecs, Las na
pwef t t&atraet pare spirit oa ha prog,
raws, j
Tb 4a rnawaaeg toifbl be appUeJ ta i
4.Wit pbemmena, aucb at the "card
jwocrwi" spirit wrthag, auj niay oilier
tblnga wbitb appear infaplicablo and ya.
tenons to rMtKnoa minis.
Ry t) aprdKitbta of tb aame rule, aN
tblnjt ef tb character, fcaaerer intricate,
a be lound ta be caused by apinta la the
lrvb, and taut of it, or at a dutioguith
tl t-ddor maarkt, "perhtpt the on)y spir
its wwwkJ in tbe wbol matter are these
tao, the spirit uf cariosity, atj tbe spirit of
liaowy toaklog."
Murc,arn,
A)Ti'arritit.
Olaalatala la ,t l.aBtaaailai Ta rnaaL.
We continue, this week, our table of
Cnmintl ia Confinement ia Vermont" io
order to cxmplet lb returns from other
eeuntif, and for the special bentiit of the
obliging tu jailer of this coonty,wbo wish
w us to inform our readers that he hat re
ceived a large addition to hit faisiiy.which
now contitta of twenty.
By tbe kinJnett of the gentlemen who
lave the superintendence of our Bute I'lis
on, and the County Jallt, we am able to
givo our readers the number of cntnlnals
CuiJin.'d in this Slate, and also a statement
of the crimes for which Ihey aro confined.
Tin: Urate I'shok. The number now
under tho direction of Col. Harlow it silly
five. Convicted for murder, three ; man
slaughter, four; highway robbery, two) ar
win, one; rape, three; burglary, twelve;
forgery, three; homo-stealing, aix; as.
eault, three 1 passing counterfeit money,
two; larceny, twenty.five; bigamy, one.
Two cflhoto convicted of murder hive had
their sentence commuted, one to impris
onment for life, and tho other for fifteen
year. Thu third it I lalloran, convicted at
the laat term of the Ilutland County Court,
and now In solitary confinement.
JUL IX I'suxtLIX Cou.-VTV. Now
confined, four. One for bigvmy; two for
stealing ; and ono for utault ami battery.
During tho past ycar,lhirly-ono different in
dhiduala have been shut up in thia jail.
Daring iheyesr previous, acventy-fuur.
CliiTTr.Mit.1 Co. Number now in jail,
aix. One for robbery; two for burglary;
one for larceny ; one for debt ; and one for
drunkennevt.
CiLrno.iu Co. Two arc here incarcer
ated. Ono for posting counterfeit money
and ono for theft, though not yet tried.
Welt done! Caledonia!
Oaa.iat Co. In the jug, ecven. Two
for stealing from freight cam; two for burg
lary and larceny, broko jail a short timo
since, but were retaken ; ono lor rape; one
for trespass ; one fur atcaling ; another has
been shut up for stealing, but got out, and
atill evades recovery.
I.iunii.LE Co. Kmpty!
Addison Co. All tho citizens of this
County aro out of jail except two. Ono
Hheldon I'ond la accused of murder, but
baa not received his trial ; the oilier com
mitted assault and battery.
WiMDtoH Co. (The most populous coun
ty in Vt, his four of ita law-breakers hous
ed up. Ono tor assault and battery, with
intent to kill; ono for arson; ono for tres
pass; one for assault, with Intent to kill.
Wi!oium Co. No. now incarcerated
one So much for the prevalence of Wa
ter euro !
llL'TLA.in Cn. taw-breakers ar no fa
vorites in this County, and by tho vigilance
of the executive officers and faithful new of
the courts, a large aharo of criminals arc
now shut up.' Tho number now behind the
grate and bars is twenty. Threo for forg
ery; ono for subornation of perjury; ono
fur rapo; four for assault and battery; two
for tolling liquor ; and five for petty lar
eery; four forTrcspaaa of Freehold.
l!tExCo. V.mptyl
Gaau Isle Co. V.mptyl
Wasiii.iuto.i Co. Ono mvi in jail.and
ho for an attempt to commit a rapo.
Cities Benson (colored), Abel Peters
and Alfred I'elcra, of Ilutland, being fully
Impressed with tho idea that tho "Holidays
wcro coining" helied themselves to a large
quantity of clothing, tuikcya, chickens, and
oilier good Ihingi, wherewith to eclebrato
Christmas in an appropriate manner. Tho
obliging and efficient Sheriff with his Dep
uties, wishing to render them all reason! .
bio aid in their laudable design, took them
into his custody, and after a preliminary ex
amination, and in default of two hundred
dollar bonds consigned them to Mr. Green'
stnno boarding house, whero wo doubt not
they will pais a Merry Christtnu and a
Happy New Year.
Sr.MToa Ikm.iJicT in the Sr.ji
atc. A writer in tho J'tmwrnnre SlanJ.
ord makes a very fnolitli,and ungentleman
ly attack .on the editor of the Die Vntt,
becauso he did not do ao'and to in Die leg
islature in reference to Common Srhoola.
No man In the Legislature worked hard
ci In, and out of, session hours, than Sena,
lor Benedict. Ho prepared and carried
through the Senate two or threo very im
portant bills in referenco to Kailroads, and
to, a IU IU Commiaaloner.
It waa policy for the Senato to await the
action of the Houao on the subject of cdu
cation. During tli laal jfour years tho Sen
ate were willing to go into Joint Assembly
to elect a State Superintendent. But the
House would not, Any bill corning from
the Senate to the House, proposing any
syttem ofRchool Soperintcndcncy, would
certainly have been defeated. The Houao
would move first, or not it all,
Ilo did not spend a ihouirbt or lift a ncn
to produce a better bill, aaya tbe correspon
dent or the Standard, Mr. Benedict iii pre
pare a bill, when h found Ibe House Com
mittee wera not likely to get their bill
through. That bill waa printed and went,
we believe, to thejolnt committee in the
House, with Bdl a(Jj,and IDI.
No hearing waa had before either the
Senate or Ilouas (WuiuHr, fail VA Ha ir.rt
on any bUI whatever." Gsr.Mani.
Thia it false. Several lengthy 'hearings'
were had before the House Committee al
though the chairman uf lint Coimniucoilid
not teem very w tiling to listen to the opin
ion! or wiabe of others.
What K. S. has to tay about Mcwtra.
King of Benton, Woodtrd or NorthSeld,
Bradford of Randolph, a tatjorily of the
House Cocn-cittee on Kducttion, and alto
the majority of that Committee is, we be.
Iievr, entirely juat. The three geOlnncn
Mined wrr worthy iTtbrir piacf.
Salute for the Kerr Year.
A roll Concert of Vocal anj Instra.
naKAal Matka under tbe dirreMoa of Mr.
Henry A. KcUlof Vfrfmnet.-UI be rfittw
al tbe new Tows Hatl a 1 Washington Kt,
on the (-vetting of Jan. It,IS.W,by the
ejastr wbxJt has been under Mr. HeoU't io
atrutiaiw fv suum lutvt past. Tba pro
eoeds of ahieh are to bo appropriated to
the cultirataua of aaervd uiutic ia this
piers,
I'aoaatMMtl Tart 1st- Urre divine,
Jjrata .lalUaa 1 (!od is late, tJiulanl fJU
null Itn h and Naomi, Sangi laiwuore
I'oika, Piano I'ttit ; Old Hocse at Home,
Coorai j Silutoa la l"rnce,.'JtBjf.
rart'Jl aifl as a riash. Qurtttt, 1
Awake -Kalian t.yre. f.Vrf : Oentlo Nell,
Solo ani lutrfdle ; Bllba dea Miaaia.
aippi, I'iano Ivrttf 1'unrral ol MrauJud
aon, QunWrlfr.
I'art IU. Coma nnlo me, Dud an! Chit,
rnt; Angel of I.lf Son ft Oh how I lore
my Mountain home, Solo, lut and (iiar.
Uttt; Uiktr'a rarcaellGiee, quiHilte.
Tuirtt 2.Vcenlt, to be had al the door.
Doors open at 7 o'clock prccitely.
iluUand,DecS7th, le3l.
"There it no reason why INsex Co.
thould send a doten members to tho laegia
Inure ateqicd in rum. to upimso our prog
rrt there ! 7'tmp. Standard.
'There it no rrs eon ' why the editor ol
the Standard should bo a calumniator, but
the above insinuation it calumnious. Wo
know iiMirt of tho delegation from llx
couiitr, and not one of thtn went to the
Iacgulaturo 'ktceped In rum,' nor did they
'steep In rum' while there, wo will vouch.
The entire delegation comiited nf'a dozen
membera,' several of tiiem are thorough
going total abstinence men, and all uf tho
others, excepting two that ko know noth
ing about we know to bo men of temper
atu lubits. Itev. J. Woostcr, an ardent
supporter of tho Maine I.vw, is ono of llio
'dozen tint tho Standard nays u cru 'steep
ed in ruin!' Tint is a fair sample of tint
ca ndor of llie.Vliiniro"cditor,it slums what
reliance it to be placed upon his lucubra
tion. Tho truth i, ho livs become a mo
nomaniac, and tho Stale Temperance Soci
ety ought to tako cognizance of Iho fact at
lis next annual meeting; for tho lialluci na
tions of the Standard aro not over profitav
bio to tho cause of Tempcraiisc. Orleans
Caittte.
Europe. By tho arrival ortho Amer
ica at Halifax, wo arc in receipt of Euro
pean now up to Iho !th intt. Nothing of
importance from tho scat of war.
The most important intelligence by thia
arrival it that of tho conclusion of a treaty.
said to bo of an allianco offensive and de
fensive, between Austria and tho Western
Power. It waa signed at Vienna, on the
'ii of December I its contents aro not known,
but arc reported to bo substantially 03 fol
lows; ir, tint Austria regaid the violation
of tho Turkish Territory as a war against
herseir. Second, that Austria will augment
her force in thu Principalities, so as to en
able tho Turks to rcaumo offemive opera
lions. Third, that, on the demand of Franco
and England, 20,000 Austiiana will bsscnt
to the Crimea. Fourth, Franco and Eng.
land guarantee that llioTerri'orial poioss.
ion of Austria shall, under all circumstan
ces, remain undiminished. Fifth, " at pres
ent, in secret." Sixth, I't-UMia ahall ho in
V itod to join tho alliance. .S'erenA, tho trea
ty to come into operation on tho part of
Austiia, should Itussia not coma to terms
before tho 2d of January.
I.irr. or Hnatcr. (!reelt, nr J. Pattox.
1'ullithtd by Mason and Brothers, .V, 1
Fur sale by G. A. Tuttlo and Co.
Horace is an " institution " in tho Uni
ted States, and a largo "slice" ol the. largo
city of Neiv York. With great talent, in
dependence, industry, and eccentricity, ho
is a man of power. Ho also controls ono
of the most powerful cngined in tho world
for moving now minds the .New 1'ort
Tn'tuiie. He it a man of vastly nioro pow
er ok cr llio opinions of men, and tho com
mercial intcrcste of the United States, than
President Picrco with all hi power of ap
pointmcnt, removal, and veto. With more
faith in tho past, moro charity for men's
opinions, with more faith in the infallibility
of tho Bible than in tho Tribune, Greeley
would bo a good as well aa great man.
Tho "Life" i written in an entertaining
style, by one who greatly admires tlio man
and hi "article," who has traveled much,
and enquired much, in referenco to hi he
ro. Ho evidently tries to bo faithful to
facts, entertaining to the reader, and ex
pects his work to cotno before tho eyes ot
him whoso life he has written. Several of
tho most interesting chopler, contain an
account of Greeley' sojourn in various
town in Rutland County. Wo intend to
make extracts from ihU.book. It i a high
ly interesting work .
"Dicxr.. Houiciioi.ii Words." Wo
have received from tho publishers, the Jan
uary number of tlii interesting periodical
for which they havo our warmest thank.
Tho content of tlii number are ;
Medical Practice among tho Poor No.
of People My Picture North and South
Holidays at Madamo Frondel' How to
get PaperShot through tho Head Old
Clothe and New Clothe An Imaginary
VoyageTho Game Season at Spurt Our
French Watering Pisco The Home Office
Chip The Moral of thia Year On the
Yorkshire Moor Mr. Whittleatlck An
Unsettled Neighborhood A Homo Ques
tionMildred' laorcra A Vision -Jean
Haisin.
PcTsaki' Mo.itiilt, Tho January No.
of the valuable work has also been receiv
ed. The Editor know how to servo a dish
fit for aud reader. ' riv
This number, for it Portrait ofacontrib.
ntor, ha tho head of William C. Bryant.
Tho preceding Krtrail havo been those
of G. W. Cunis, Bsyard Taylor, J. P. Ken
nedy, Parke Goodwin, and J. Kuascll 1,0
well. The fifth volume, commencing with
thi number, opens with an article on Tho
Ocean and it life. Then follow-Waa
Nspolnn Dictator ? The Old Sculptor
and hi Pupil Professor Plianullo Spen
ceruna Our given Names Negro Mlo
strtlay, ancient and modern Arc all imjj
deacctded from Adam f Secret Societies 5
llio Know .Nothing.
The annual aennon before the com.
log acation of tho Maaaacbuaotta Legiala
lure, will, it ia aid, be preached from one
of the following uiii:
Job, chip. e,vcrael. "For we aro but
of yesterday, and know rtothing." 1th and
5th verse of chap, fi, of the firrt epistle of
Timothy j "He it proud, knowing nothing,
but doubting about questions anj strifes of
wends, whereby coaielli envy, railings, evil
kunnitiaga, perversa disputing of men of
corrupt raiud, and draUtuta of the truth,
auppoaing Ibatgaia it godlinott; from such
wlikdriwiliyielf
la a -4W -V,
ucrmoiu iciu3 Jicms. r
1
Tli aaw mill of J. T
li.t ....1-
la tbe tvortheasl part of Guilford. wa i-
. ,
atrpyrj by Ore on WednetJty even.fr.
Abeait tli) worth f Intr-bcr In and alxrt
tlii mill wai burned. The mill at tot'n
oprratbm on the prtbnit afUrrMia, 1 -der
to prevent it freezing op. It it p
poeJ that (he fire took from the inach'jiry.
Woliiva not been able to aaerrtiiJilbe
amint of ihekrM. There wat Jlftft-m-anco
in the Vermont Slate Mutual at the
I Of UIU
taJoi-
premises.
a lit; vi a a a., ivv.i .a... ... . m,t
ia. Ou Wednesday evening, Waa'mg
ton Camp No. I, Order "Junior Nja of
America," was Instituted under farcable
autpicen. The lollowing officer wfe in
stalled for iho fint term : E
B. Itayuwod. P. Vj, A. C. Swect,rI; 0.
C. .Smith, V. C ; W. C. Green, II. tiJoo.
Hainblin, A. It. Ha & 8. Itcbanks.Jl. S.;
C. P.Whitney, T.; 11. 52. Slearnsi- F.
and C; C Cliaiubcrlaln, C; It. D. limt, I.
Ca J. K. Convene, O. O. I
Success to Uie ,Barlington Boy.wi
fon lite. I
The Vt. Tribcme avd Any-fcc
Pav SisTr-ii. EvcrnewipsptrpubSher
in Vemion owe a card of thanks t- K.
I'angborn, ol the Vtrmanl Trilunt, fi' hi
courago and decision in being tho 6't to
adopt unqualifiedly, the advance pay ijjtcm
for hit acr, from the coiumcnccti of
the coining year. It i the right syiem,
and tlio only only ono we can long lift by ;
and thtnka to our cotemporary for ldirtf
the way in thi slate- Tho people of? cr
niont send out of the Slato each year.Jrob-ably,$-JO,000
in advance pay for forcitt pa
pers, of which sum, according to thbest
catimato wo can mike, mora than iJI'.OOO
aro eent off for iho .Vrie Fort Triune
alone. Anil all thi 1 done volunL-ily,
whilo tho homo printer are left, cvtja by
tho very tnon often, who Uius send oft their
cash, to whiitlo for their pay 1 Who 1 it
that says charity begin at homo? Vcll,
wo can't recollect now ; but ho waa at ar
rant liar, let him bo whoever he ml;, at
least so far as Vermont printer aruion.
corned. Gr.'en ,1uunlam J-rtcman. t
The caso of the state against Pat ick
and Catherine Dillon ha occupied fjnio
time of tho County Court, now in selsion
at St Albanii. Tho charge was for soiling
liquor contrary to law. Tlio jury found
each of them guilty of two offences, ,tliu
damaging tho trade forty dollar and amis.
Tho examination of eomo of tlio witnjsc
was very curious. They could remeiibcr
having obtained liquor of tho defendant,
bul could not awenr to moro than oiic or
two occasion ; they " might havo bought it
often, but really could not swear." Ono
fellow eaid he "had bought, inayhara, a
dozen limes not positive" bul also aforo
that got it wanst or twicct a week or Jbrt
niglit for about eight month 1" Madam
Dillon ha given Die officer ol the llv a
good deal pf trouble, now and then, and
ha probably sold rum enough to flon ; tlio
Collins lino of steamships. Her rumhop
ha long been a disgraco io St. Albanj tnd
profitable business fur her. St. .Uhns
Tribune.
A section man named Jamc Kirk,
employed on the Vermont &. Canada, rail
road, waa killed at Colchester, on Friday
tho 15th inst. Ho wa aasisting in turning
a hand car, when hi clothe catigli tho
handle of the crank, and ho waa tllrown
with great violence to tho ground. 1 Ho
survived tho accident about four hours! Ho
leave a wife and two cliildred in dc j'.iluto
circumstance. Shir. '
Mr. II. S. Flint, engineer on tho
Vermont Central Railroad, wa seriously
injured thi morning, tho 21st inst., near
Williaton, by tho I -aking of tho tiro of
the Incomotivo "Governor Paine," with
the mail train from the north. One arm ia
broken, and ho has received other injuries
the extent of which wo have not learned.
Ibid.
Ltncr.Kii ox the Railroad.
During tho last full and until lasi week,
property of various description hid been
lotl from iho car of tho Passutnpslc Rail,
road ; butter, Four, ready-made clothing
and other articles of light good. Person
had been suspected, but no cluo obtained
of tho guilty parlies until Friday of last
week. Then suspicion fell upon two
brakemen on tho freight trains Daniel P.
and George Floyd, brothers, of North Dan
ville. On the evening of that day, Daniel
left the place for North Danville, in a ilcigh,
with a sister and four tub of butler.
Gcorgo remained here, to go out on Iho
next morning train. But a short time after
hi brother left, it appear ho ojerhcard
conversation implicating him, whtihe left
for Danville, and arrived there liefpro Dan
iel had put up hi horse, and gipg him
notice, they both started on tho (road for
Danville Green. In the incanliioe. Col.
Gcorgo A. Merrill proceeded to Danville
Green, and with Deputy Sheriff! !i Started
for North Danville, and met tticj Kloyd,
between the two village. Turnip; about
they overtook their team in thi caro of
George, with threo tubj of butter. Ono
had been thrown out by the roai mle, and
Daniel had fled lo llio wood. Ho waa
pursued but not found. George rat taken
to this place, and on Monday cxapued be
fore Justice Kittrcdge, and held in thu
sum of $150, for which he fuundjbul.
Daniel wa brought to town47iie6day
morning, having been epprebendip la New.
port, by Mr. Austin Buck of Barton. Ho
waa examined on Wednesday la fur 0 Jus
tice Klllrcdgo and French, anJkoond upi
on three complaint, in Uie sura If $1500.
Failing to obtain bond, ho was loenmittcd
for trial. I
B.A. Caboon, Statce Attorney iiearcd
in behalf of the Bute, and A. J.lVillard,
for tho Floyd. r.
It baa been ascertained thai Daiel ha
told butler al West Iaebanon, ail other
plaeea betide several tub lofpople of
thu place, pretending that he sob it for a
widow woman of North Dauvigi Some
twenty-fbur tub, it lut been K ruined,
lave been disposed (,'. by htm (ttjifferent
place. He hid also, at tho frmbl train
patted up, several liirte left ajirrel of
flour at the Paaaumpaie ktation, tiling tho
station agent it would be called tat Twice,
at least, be went down from ii place
with a hand-car, and took the fbur away
hloiaelf; and twice be took
aty la a
wagon. Four barrel were lei
it thi U-
linn. Cdrlenlrn.
St ami 1 WietM. AaonofMr. KJ-
itrtggt,iiriflg.twntriii nonh-
f I cart efthl vitiate. whU? aenffling with
1 . . a. . . , I. '
-nouaer T on i eiirtcMar w i wera,
wat thrown upon the hrxlt of Mr.
'atbU.
km Pond' hore,of Pitlaford, wb.i wat pas
sing at the linw.and before the boy coold
recover hi balance and get not of the way,
tbe hone kicked him, breaking the lower
jaw on each aide ibe nvauth, and otherwise
irijniing bin. Since the accident, the boy
ha been very low at time ; but it U now
thought he will recover. Wo hope to.
Uoyt in tin village and we pmumein
other village ro in the habit of "piling
on" to every tleigh and cutter that pttsc
them, if encouraged in the slightest degree,
and often when not encouraged, which wo
all know I a dangerous a port, not poly I
lhcniclivs bul In the driver. It i a com
inon tiling lo eo ten or a dozen boy riding
on a wood-sled, the only thing to stand
upon being narrow rave and slippery
beam. Tho wonder I tint moro of them
-are not killed or maimed fur Ufa than there
is. Tiia practise can vcy easily bo stop
ped, if parent and Uioso in charge of team
do their duty. Itrandon I'ott.
Eitese rtnr.. On Saturday eve
ning laat, about half past six o'clock, a fire
broke out on tho premise of Richard Far
well, about two mite w ct of Wcathcrsfield
Corner's, in Windtor Co., consuming two
barn and contents, fifty sheep, one horse,
one cow, and one hog. Wc havo not been
ablo to ascertain tho probable loss, or
whether there, was any insurance upon tho
premise. The light occasioned by the
flame ua plainly tisiblo to our villagers.
II. l .lrgtu.
A correspondent of Iho Worcester J'nf
ladium, describe a Vermont lody some
where in tho vicinity of Windsor, who ha
two distinct throats, and it i supposed two
pairi of lungs. She lias a broad chest, a
dainty waist, cm sing threo hours easier
than aho can talk one, and at llio ago of 12
year could ing two distinct part at once.
Thi last accomplishment sho has lot
probably for want of cultivation. Such a
doubly provided femalo can't bo called a
tingle woman, wo tako it.
On Saturday afternoon between fivo
and six o'clock two bain and a shed 011 the
farm of Messrs. Patrick and William O'Neal
about ono mile from tlii village was con
sumed by fire. Tho lira originated in a
stack of hay between the two barn, and is
known to be tho work of an incendiary.
Tho barns contained some, sixty ton of hay
and quito a largo quantity of grain. The
Joss of tho barn and tho contents is esti
mated at $1,500, on which there was no in
surancc. Suspicious circumstance havo
led to tho arrest of a Frenchman by llio
naino of Raino, who had an examination
before Justice Bradley, on.Monday last and
was bound up in tlio turn of $1,000.-6'.
.'Ilbans .lrenger.
Al Copperas IIill,tStrafford, Vb, there
is annually manufactured three millions lbs
of Copperas. Thirty men aro employed in
making copperas, and twenty in raising the
ore. To molt tho copper over two thous
and five hundred cords of woodnro annually
burned.
.Vorthfeld. A new and beautiful
Methodist Episcopal church has just been
completed. Dedication on Tuesday next,
the aGlhj Sermon by Rev. E. J. Scott
Ciiakoe. Wo seo that our friend
" Jcsscc" has left Iho Western Vt. R. R ,
and that his good naturcd and good look
ing "phiz" is now part and Jarnel of tho
train on the Troy and Boston Road. It
will bo hard work lo fill hi place. Willi
tho good naturcd Burdett, and tho correct
and gentlemanly White, a Conductors,
tho Troy and Boston I ono of tho best
Road in Iho country to travel on. They
"can't be beat" every day. II. l .1rgui.
Tins has been tho coldest day of Iho
season thus far. At seven o'clock this morn
ing, the JIurcury stood at nineteen degrees
below zero, and at one o'clock this afternoon
was tlill ten dtgrtet below zero. At Mid
dlcbury, Wednesday morning, tho ther
mometer was at 22 0 below zero and at
Su Jolinsbury 'M below I From Franco,
uia we expect to hear oftlio mercuiy's con
gealing. t'rte I'rtst, Dec., 22nd.
Caleuokia Co. CocnT Dec. Term,
Stato vs. Ralph Stone. Information filed
by Stato' Attorney for having in hi pos
session counterfeit money with intent to
pis the same. Tho respondent was ar
raigned and plead not guilty. Trial by
jury and verdict guilty. Mr Stono was the
gentleman who was arrested at St. Johns
bury last summer with a cigar box of coun
terfeit bills Nashua Ban. At the time of
tho arrest, the box waa in Iho caro of tho
Express. Caledonian.
Aduiso.i Co. Codrt Doc. Term.
Sylvester S. Willard v. Henry Howo c-tal.
Action of assault and battery, First de
fendant is a conductor on tlio Rutland and
Burlington Railroad, and forcibly removed
Willard from tho can, (whilo on his way
from Vergennes to Burlington,) he refusing
cither to leave or to pay hi fare, claiming
valldi.y for a check that hud been given
several day prcviou on a through ticket
from New York to Burlihgton. Verdict
for tho defendants. G. W. Grandoy and
J. Picrpoint for piff., E. N. BriggsJ and E.
J. Phelp for deft.
Jano Simond vs. Victor Wright. Thi
caae wa an action for breach of marriage
promise, and excited an unusual degree of
interest, tho court houao being crowded
throughout tho trial. Tlio evidence; wa
almost exclusively that of tho pirtie them
selves, whoso testimony on tha important
point wa entirely at variance. The caso
waa ably argued for Uie plaintiff by John
Picrpoint andS. S. Phelp, and for the de
fendant by J. A. Bockwith and E, J. Phelp.
On Tuetday forenoon, the case, went lo tho
jury, who returned a verdict for tho plain-tiff-
damage $2,000.
The Grand Jury found a true bill a
gaintt Sheldon Pond for U10 murder of De
catur Cheney. Several irJictmcnt under
Uie liquor law wcru alto made. Ittgitler,
Fias m Draar. Tho house occupied
bj the Rev. O.T.Lenipbear and belonging
to Uie estate, or tho lato Orera Newcomb,
Esq, waa consumed by fire on Uie morning
or Doe. 20.
The furniture and library were mostly
tared but somewhat injured. Tito fire
caught from the store pipe, pitting through
Uto ceiling between Uie kitchen and dining
room. Mr. Ia. and pirt of In family were
absent at Uie tiina of Uie fire. No iiuurancc
Ca'elomon.
We nndr rat and tint the Judge fur Uilt
County have appointej Hon. KhuSael
NVlWler OnV uf tba County Court! and
that lion. NdAon A. Chtte, Jadgeof Pro
title, his appointed Tirmvlhy II. Merrill,
Ilepiatctnf tha Probate Cinirt. JViemja.
The bltclt.nilhtliop of Mr. Stephen
Mara ton. In Si. Johrubiiry village, was de
stroyed by fire on Wednesday innming ef
laat week, together with neatly all it con
tenia of toots iron, coa!,.Vc Inn from
$-VX) to $000, A St, Johmbury eorrr.
pondedt aay .Mr.-MkmJon it a worthy and
induttrimi citizen, ill able lo bear the lom.
Thii tt Uie totirth fire that ha occurred In
thu villigo within a few days, y the Oil-tdonian.-
Tho othen were discovered in
season to bo citlngulthcd before a general
alarm wa given.
On Wednesday, the 20th lint., at
tho engine " Clareinont" on the Northern
N. II. railroad was leaving West lacbanon,
the boiler exploded with a tremendous re
port, icattering the different pirt of tho
nnchlncry in every direction ; U10 engine
wa a total wreck. Joseph Moore, the en
gineer, wa thrown fifty feet up tho side of
a Intl. He struck in a snow drift, to which
circumstance ho may attribute hi fortunate
hi fortunate escape, after patting through
tho steaming ordeal, by which lie wa
slightly scaldel. Tlio fireman escaped
nith a bmken leg. It seem nlmoit mira
culous Uiat Uicy were not both killed, as
tho cngiiw wa under a heavy pressure of
steam, with a freight train attached. The
round of tho report waa. hoard to a great
di.taecr, and caticd some slight damage,
by breaking window glass in tho ullage.
Ten dollars additional, on each
sluro of tho Royallon Bank, aro ordered
to be paid in by tho I7lli of January.
We learn thai Mr. C. I. Nichols,
of thia place, ha relumed from Kansa.
Her sons remain during tho winter. Wo
believe Uiat Mrs. N. 1 intending to return
to Uii new territory In the spring, whether
or not to make a permanent settlement aro
aro not informed. Kagle.
State m. Be.uamik O.Cuuncu. In
this caso Ilia respondent wasjehargedintha
indictment with stealing sundry Bank bill
from tho store of C. M. Houghton, in Marl
boro, on tho 11th of July last. Plea, not
guilty; and of U10 satno opinion wcro U10
jury. 74.
Henry II. Munroo wa executed at
Martinez, California, on Iho 21Ui ult., for
tho murder of James M. Gordon. Ho said
whilo in prison that Munroo waa not his
real name, which ho would not give, and
that ho is from Rutland County, Vermont,
whero ho has friends and relative.
The Perils or the Linus. With tho
exception of tho eye, llio lungs are tho most
delicately constructed organ in Iho body,
and lifo is in peril when they do not prop
erly perform Uioir functions. Tho least
intlannnaiioii interferes with ihcir regular
action, and then the blood is imperleclly
purified, the circulation becomes irregular,
the nerroua system ia disturbed, and tho
general health suffers. And it ia in tho
early stages of tho difficulty that tho great
in'sclnef is donu ; for liile the patient is
thinking abunt his case, and considering
whether or not ho is really sick enough to
r.eed medicine, tubercle may bo forming,
or wurso still, sometimes, may bo hurtling
in tho lung. But If Iho proper remedy
bo promptly applied, tho Cough, Cold or
Catarrh is at onco removed, and to uso the
words of Daniel Webster, tha sufferer
" breathes freer nnd deeper." Dr. Rogere'
Syrup of Liverwort, Tar and Cakciia
laoua is admirably adapted to tho cure of
the above class of diseases. It is prepared
with Piecial referenco to them by an ex
perienced phyician ; it is prompt in its ac
tion, almvjs tnfe, nnd may bo given to U10
youngest child or tho most delicate femalo
with perfect confidence in its success.
Try it,
Wo understand it is a fact that U10
Pittsficld Know. Nothing havo unanimous
ly extended an invitation to their fellow
citizen, Mr. Rockwell, the present senator
by executive appointment, to come into
their fold. Should he accept, U10 chance
would bo in favor uf hi election by tho
ICgislature. Governor Gardner himself is
counted within U10 senatorial Ving in somo
quartcre. Springfield Hep,
Tho uncertainties ofiuho law were
recently shown In a capital Trial in Madi
son, Texas. Last spring a woman named
Jones and her son wcro tried for killing her
husband.and being convicted of manslaugh
ter, were sentenced to U10 penitentiary for
a term of yean; dissatisfied with this, tho
wretched culprits succeeded in naving a
now trial, at which Uiey wcro found guilty
of murder, and were sentenced to bo hung
during Uie present month.
A man named Patrick Gill, ha been
arrested for robbing a brewery at Albany,
Ho was quecrly identified. Upon tho win
dow sill of tho brewery .through which win
dow tho Uiief entered, wa found a button
with the cyo torn out. Hi clothing wa
examined, and a button wa missing from
his pantaloons, with part of the eye still
held by U10 tiiread, with which it was sew
ed on.
Takes nr Surfbise. A letter
from San Francisco, to Mr. R. R. IIarri,of
tin city, from hi brother, relates a cunoua
incident that occurred ihcro a hort timo
since, which wo do not recollect having
seen iu print, Her Britannic Majesty' ex
ploring ship Plover arrived at Kan Francis
co, a abort timo since, from U10 Polar Sea,
where she has been ice-bound sinco 1817.
When alio left San Francisco, some yean
ago, it was a mere trailing station, resorted
lo by a few vessel in pursuit ofhides, and
tho town or placo contained only a few
adobe house. Tho captain and crew of
Iho Plover expected to find the aame Han
Francisco in 1851 that they left in 1817.
The captain, therefore, sailed into U10 bay
without a pilot, and approached the city in
U10 evening. Il was much amazed at U10
numerous light he saw. When he awoko
from hi dream of aevon year the next
morning, ho found a noble cily occupying
iho site of the ancient .San Francisco, lie
had known nothing of the Mexican War,
the evasion of California to the United
State, and Uie many other great event
that had taken place during tho time he had
been locked up in the frozcu region of tho
north. llothtitir Union.
Boitoji, Saturday.Dec. 23. About
12 o'clock last night a fire broke out at No.
it! School street, known a tho Nowspapcr
Exchange, and occupied by Geo. J. Bemi,
Moore, Riddle tt Co., John Wilton tt Son,
and oUier printen. The newspaper office
burned outer damaged areijTbe .New.
England Farmer, the Massachusetts' Plow,
man, Christian Ilegitler, True Flag, Puri
tan and Recorder, and Youth' Coinitauioa.
The fire was confined to Uie upper part of
me building, tne stores utxlerneslM cscsp
ing damago except by water. The los
amount to about 15,000.
altline.ll
..M-.HUmIK0Urj
Arriaor, tbt i.e
hatbeeaeonvNMedef bx)(Jv
IflWiUCiivcianaat,
Sir F. W. llaai .4- I
CcrnlofCaruatsJ
at Quebec, on Ve4d.,
John Gibaon L
-it.- ,.
law of Sir Waller xt, jS J
Nov. ailla, at Abbotuf, SJ
-Vm.H.M.rtla,W,,
convicted on the charg, of abatra-T1
content of tho lettert Mtiioaii?
patisajt,
hand.
The Judge orPnatjMC I
.Win It. I.. I .1 . .
v . .-tern mntttlui l,
IXH30 mvrrlaire licenaM m.v... '
r.4 " ... ' ""!
at,' saavutu.
Over 1 00,000 ton of n-,i.
frozen in between Syracuse tyjj
lrr.
Dr. Do Bow, Suporinteii-j.
Ccniut, ha resigned, In cam"
.1.. . a.i .i. e... . .aHU
wiviu wuiuj; mulling uinncr lor t 4
Iho Hudson River It tan
will. iH T. ... 1 ,1
......v.. vNit.a unmet a
'tlelon, half-a-dozen mile below AJ
Tho Columbia lniirane(J
of Columbia, Ohio, ha been cjoj.
recent heaay lomes, to suspend j.,,
Mark Iard, lato.MirtlitleNV
ka, has been appointed andconfiraw;
crnor of that Territory.
It I stated that Col. Strpio,
been appointed touccccd Brighaai IV
as governor of Utah,
Tho ctittmuofliccnof IUta,.-
$1200 worth of smnggle.1 cigars on Tkj
uay, on board a uarqiio from lltiaaa,
Clebovmen i.i inr. Ltunun
upwaru 01 my clergymen ire rleo!
10 wo laegitiaiurooi .Matsaebutctta. T
Newbury poitllerald rematkt.ititlKvut anr.
regard lo Iho cloth i -Clergymen hare
ireuSi
labutWl
.. -iix 1
any iiiauo poor politicians, iwtone in
drcd of Uicm equalling in legislate tliS
ty U10 poorest ilcacout that go."
o
A mass mecUngof the unemplord
laboring men of New York watbcU lo t,
si
7
Park on Thursday afternoon for tbefe.
poso of petitioning the City Governmesij
urge forward tho projected public vrzii,
and thereby giro employment to large ta
ben now doing nothing. Tlio attcnJui
was large.
Judge Drummond.of the U, S.fj.
cuit court for Illinois, recently decidedita
a free negro ara not a citizen of the tat
cd States, and therefore not eotiuVJ
maintain a suit before the United Htita'
Circuit Court.
Tho Zonaves, mentioned in tie .
counts of tho fighting in tho Cnraes, ire
natives of U10 French proiinret of Algvn,
Africa, disciplined and drilled by French
officers. They hold now thout tlio iiini
relation to tho French tnny, that llio Se
poys do lo U10 English troops.
A Montreal paper complains that 1
Yankee has been buying horses in that vi
cinity, with engraved envelope of Kalhair
on dye, which wcro made to resemble 1
twen'y dollar bill.
Col. Kenton, of Missouri, haafj
lecturing to immense audiences lln
York nnd Boston. His subject wai t
samo in both cities tho physical j
phy of U10 country between MUsounul
California, as to its adaption to KCttlensI
and the construction of a railroad. He tail
had six thousand to listen to h'm ia.V'l
York, and threo thousand in Boston.
Ex-Lieut Gov. Moore, who vain I
cently re-elected Trussurcr of Illinois, bE
onlya citizen of Uiat state, being an Inib!
man by birUi, and never having aiaildl
himself of our United States Nalunliutica
act, preferring, doubtless,Uio speedier pr (
cas provided by tho lawiofAi tiofitll
State.
Tho executor of the lattDiru'e!
Webster report Uie debt of tho ieseavA
at 1:15,230, and Uiecliargetofadminutn.
tion at $2,500; his real ctlale, on thick I
Uicroaro encumbrance to U10 amount oil
$30,000,1 appraised at $33,500, and till
jwnonal $28122.
-Uurv ik Sooth Caaoti.ii. Thcl
bill for a repeal of the usury law haibeetl
defeated in U10 South Carolina Hcmte.-
Soino opposed it on general grounds, otll
cn becauso it made no regulation for Ik
banks, and would Icavo the people at t
mercy of tho money-king. Thi
ment destroyed it In Uie reform bill, l8
repeat of tho usury laws is in coniKctw.
with a system of regulation as to inlere j
ArrOIMTME.TTt rTIIKPIlllIj
James B. Bowlin of Missouri, to be minna u.
ler resident of Uie United Stairs in the Uig,
public of New kGranada. John IWC
Pennsylvania, lo bo consul of tho UnteJ
States for tlio port of San Juan del tfor,J
Nicaragua, Gcoriro II. Mciwin of 0bnti
bo consul of tho United Slate forth (W
of Valparaiso, In Chile.
A very destructive fire occurred
Broadway, N. Y., Wednesday uml
between four and five o'clock by winch
eral large building wcro laid in ruim,
eluding the Assembly rooms of Cbntirt
Woods' Minstrels. McKinstrcr's etmif
manufactory, Lyon's powder depot, D'
scoinli saddlery, tho tiulliling lonsew
known aa Mitchell's Olviniiic.Mtx'ttoau
renusitorv. Cheshire' rrlut deiKii, It1
wine and fruit store, and other. Tbt t"
extended through to Crcwbv eUtx-L, "
thought tUtoue or moro lire wW ?
Several nonwiu were iniured. TA. r
variously climated from 000V'..
000,000. Owing lo the
water froze aluiott a soon as Ul itita
hose, and many of the fireiaeii
ed with ice.
RrtCLToi Ocsra-'it''11
Tio.11.-At every Gubernatorial
which ha taken placo in U. Frt huj";
during the present year, the Ad"
Uon, ha. been defeated, with Uie '
. v ll.'.l.l.. Tb
ril....- u 111 ..i..., rtelf W
trrauiio oiato win iw- . , ,
: - - fii . . . .,,.wa are a
WW I
New York. MvronIL Clark, WWT'
Pennsylvania, JaineaJ Pollock. Whig.
MaasaehutetU. Henry J. Mardoer.h, .1.
Maine, Anton P. Morrill, A. N. .
Connecticut, Henry Dullest w 'f
Michigan, Kinsley H.llmzUin, Kf.
Iowa, Jaute W. Griinna, It'P-
It ... U,.l.. Itnvc. WLI?.
a ariiia.u ...,. .. . - ...rtr.
Rhode Islsod, William W, llppi.f '
nwrria va ttta f awn
Darners He f Jotwrvw ! y"r-

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