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.... .... ,. I W Th u.t-rt!t ots tf I load -fU. I Lrl ffnt fUilrnadl t,V-r..j sry, ; axd m tb IV ! ty tl. ! wn to ail in te.M.rg tb road, J 1 iud ' st tb Firt 5!!'-r! T;a k f S rib j !t.nir-.rn tu the lt rf Ji.Kr t TLw it Jrf o t) l In ton L tv' 1 kW'ut I t !!.- who j 1 tb Umdir-j th tk-wra. i rso to I k- iJ T1j rt-a! fa t-ir.jj -nJ)-. i-t-' otuty. ! he r::p!rW-1 will, um- .cnluV.v, U rue of the 1 -t mlLc Stale.. JIkij. t'. S. HiiMaiLon, lUj u!4u an ; ( im tut ul t'oijgrM in -in the feth Ohiu j i.tjnr!, lruU'iy inurdcrtHl ly Lu i . ju iu a M of n.miutr, Suuiiaj inortj- 1 jrjf,, Uic 22 I, U trurk ou the h&d j with au at Mtrvniil, Ottiu. 1'reu-; ic4 ty tiie iht of tiKfkl, th n Tv IwMtld to U.' Lutlh aiid tVJT i d ID f iLilidm iK Ntro wouiid ujou a touh-i rr hrith r I fre he coutd l nscutd. Tiiu ruurdcrar w iiow a Loj ltui, raiug tuaniiaC, Mr. Ilamiltuu had just ie ' turiuj trvm Waclaiigtou. liiaarr(? tha Lake Shorn railroad, couufM a frijy Ltful fca-ri!j' of aii.i4'iigci a at wL TL htvjiiukfiiji Hak-ih, a well, iiiuwn r'Mint ht itiiihhiji, m bui ii cd ' Tutrfwlaj ou Lcr trij from New Yrk to New Orh ana, wink off Charka too. Eiglitu jnr')rj8 cro picklup aiid Jarjdrd at CharknU-n a tug ; , llurtaen lirt a were Wlicved to b lost, but twtiitj-four of the I'lwstngfra and crow mere U11 ujiaainj;, who were lawt in ia the boat, or clinging to likcea . of lLo wrtt k. The Ikiasiaai government ia evidently jrt jaririg for war. The ataU'iucnt in mmlo Uial it ia uow in a position lo at nd 2'K),(K0 to either tLo Turkish or Aus trian frontit-ra at a dua notico ; and mo of tho lttifikian juruala aitya that, althungh the government inacontiune to irculnto o u'vful ihraw.-8 at London, Faria and Vienna, it la known as a mat ter of fact there that war ia imminent. It w aa reif ntly ntatod that l'rince Oort BchakofT w m a!out to resign his aeat in the Uiwaian Cabinet, and den. Iguatieff, named aa Lis mimtaaor, is htrongljr iu f.ktor of a buatile policj toward Turkcj. Th Turkish government haa recently adopted uieawirea imlicating au antici- lakd atliu k from HuHhia, but if Itushia talea hold of the matter in earnest, and tho Sultan ia left w ithout any foreign amtrwioe to fight with tho Czar, the coiitctjt cannot ba a very long ouc, and ita result will .certainly bo diaaatroua to Turkey, Trnc Atcstio Mostulv, for January, 18C.S oji'n the new year in splendid stylo. It begins with a poem by Whit tier, rutttled "The Wife." Then fol lows the find part of a fctory, "Flots am and Jetsam." 'TitthburJ" ia con tributa by James Pnrton in Ins best deacriptivo manner. "Ir. Molkc'a Friendw," by Ir. Hayea, in continued. A translation from Homer ia contribu ted by William C. Kryaut Mrs. Stowe cornea biuk to ita columns in a domes tic akcleh devoted to "Our Second (Hrl" Col. Iligginson gives a lively war reminiscence in "Oldport Wharves.' "The bit 1'ifnideut Wayland," ia no tied by J. h. Dimon. Itneraon cxpat iatca on "Aspect of culture:" W. I). Howella baa a pleanant local htory, "Mrs. Jid nsoii;" there is an extract from Hawthrone commemorating the Itoaton Cuftoru llouae; and tho Wgi li ning -f Char! Dickon's new utory, flxrg Silverman's Kxplanation." Lowell alo furninhoH a poem for the nuuiUr apd other contributions of merit pjar in ita papea. LmEix'a Livi.no Aub for the iek ending December 23, cuntiins, Ireland for the Irih; L'ltuuaU- IZuJ of Feiiian Um; Sir S- liaker'a Abyssinia; Fhiiieaa Finn, the Irit.li McdiUt, by Anthony Trullcpc; Monetary Convention and EnglLih Cvuuag; A Bengali Will; Cin derella, by M;a Thackeray ; K-sidea IKH-try, tUs. ; M The net number, beginning the year, will ba printed ou kew m-i, and will contain iba ciitire arlielu ou The Tiuiu, which has excited ao much in tcreit abroad, aa to exhaust bixTdilion of the Quarterly Review containing it; alao, the AM Jrt vt a new Ury by CWlc Lever, and the tumid variety of other matter. LitUll ii (y, Fubliiili er, 3!) Brondleld SL, B-jUn. Kvjt.t Sart aT for Jan. i has the first instalment of a ne- Story called "Foul PUy written by CharW VuU and Dioa lijacsen!t It bid fair to be one of the most entertaining atories of the new vear. Tli5 anroher cf Every SaturtUy also cona:n a Story by Iter. N' tnaan Mao 1kI, an ay on "Family Ghost" by Jaitiaa HatHiay, "An O! 1 Wife' Song,'' by Jn Isklaw, and KcvenJ other U.ri( and eaya from foreign periodi cals. Evrry Saturday aitaa to give ita rea der the l-t and inot realab!e pa pr Mat apjear in European Maa tixje anJ Ikviews, and ia almost india ptimbl to evt-ry hitelliTCt Arnrkaa. Tk-kuoT A Firlis, Button, are pubusli-era. The Itatlread lmbro:ie. 1 m If f Turo-a of Friday mu'jsg r t.titi'i tt -.-".lowiC,! B its 1-irl cvl- un-.r.s; Tiainif W. Bars of r.-t,;.ir.vaa and fw o ti V -rw tat fn n i ri jrueat at lb Trey 1 1 - u y t r Uy, where thrv ri. t ci-sr. ti,iU- cf our t jti.t., i'.L nl-iii ail lb" deta.la of tl.e break T". :n a Tafk ar.l tL Troy ju, I Beaton C-otnpaijy fro tailed ever, ar.d a a.n ( tf fl rt inado on U Irt of tha MjuiilW Ut Tir .tiir-t)-n tt but Lite tLo Tio i V.At u aii 1 1'i.rk'a U k'taila. 1 1.. v if not f ti!il him utUrJy imprvtn -.abie. trwk and d-ful. Ilia pr:itniMia I " i 1 i . .i ...i .... I . ! auJ tery liiut; a tneati t thi eud jh j tl.ii tf tinjiiid, 1 .urthie!,,,j near! the htate Agent in olH'du'iice to iuatruc--'ed. Fai k waa certain to cousin j u 4? m ait iauu )itii U pt-fm iorct, ,oUV jUring the pat year baa "dim-tit w'.'tb ! provision wLkh would im j sl ' k? ar.l a.nod:.n tuiU- j UJ(j ,,jwrtuiii against the irnia f atal to the inUrthtji of the other pat! v. , s ' oxut.iJ b l.ra f,.ra Hon- Wa rr-nl j . j,), here nj iMr men ararta lf.. ..fr.-nJ no o.neeaaionN would ii-tu I """ lf "-' i" f'" ta'J,j ruined," that, while the largest to none; and th comnutto left him ful-! 'u',v- '" ' h b j foaa i,t.ai attained iu St. All-ana, h jiu pr. M-.nl with the couvictiun that lie waa eiidarori:i to play the role of a radroad t-harjr in a htiiall way. If tb ; e are any citizen a who Lavs felt that Ibu blune for the prt lit condition of thiiiga rUl un any shoulders other than Trainor W. 1'ark'a, thy may at otiee i li ve tb ir iuiihIm and conacienctra f anr atieh iini.reaaioti. Mr. I. is the catiM? of all prowid difficulties, and he iiumia t- continue these difficulties mi ld he is thoroughly flayed, aa he du hervea to bo iu the courts of tho coun try. The above is simply a tissue of niis stutument from first to last. The "cfjiiiuiilteo" alluded to was no coiuniit U o and rcprewnted only their own in dividual selves. It consisted of rwo or three of our cilizt-ns who were desirous of restoring railroad connections. They wont to the Troy and lSoston 11. II. management and asked if they could le authorized to make any propositions on lithalf of the T. k H. R R to Mr I'aik. They were informed that tho Troy and Boston Kail K oad would sub mit no proposition and listen to none, nor authorize any one lsc to make one for them, until Mr. Bark would volun tarily return the property which was attached. Furthermore tho T. k B. managers refused to have any personal intercourse or communioation with Mr. I'nrk tinder any circumstances. The two or throe geutlunien on their own responsibility, and representing nobody but themselves, then called on Mr Bark at the Troy House, to hco if bo bad any proposition or plan to suggest by which the railroad connections could bo re stored. Mr. Bark then said ho was ready at any time to make connections and would ruu his cars to the State line at any and all times that tho Troy & Boston R U. would ruu to meet him. He was ready to submit all matters in dispute to arbitration. This the Times well understood when it penned the tklaVi-ato aluinlur on Mr. Bark. The gentlemen alluded to as the "commit tee" declare to us that they are deeply aggrieved at the statement in thoTimes, t hey say they never authorized such a htatemeut as is there put forth, and nev er intimated that they found anything "impracticable," "tricky," "deceitful," "political," or false," in Mr. Bark or anything that justified tho thought that he was attempting "to play the role of a railroad sharper in a small way." The, gentlemen alludod to as the com niittee are Mr. David Co wee and Hon. Geo. (3. Buidett and either they or the Times have grossly libelled Mr Bark and misstated tho interview, winch the former declare w as entirely pleasant and frank on both sides. We don't care to suy which make the false statement. Let the public juilge, and let the "committee" and the Times set tle the matter of veracity between them selves. That's all. B. S. If onr neighbors of the daily pi ess of the city are desirous only of rtpreMiitirg the actual and true condi tion of this unfortunate controversy why did they refuse to notice or pub- lisk the letter of Mr. Bark, which ap peared in the Binorr two wf eks since in which Mr. B. offered to submit all mutters in controversy to arbitration, and in which he made every othor of fcr which iu reason and fairness he could be calied on to make? Bruy lei us why ? Troy lludgrt Dec. 20. Oca Yovso Folks for January comes with a new oruamenUd cover, yet not entirely unlike its predecessor, which has become so familiar and welcome to the young folks. A iortrait of Charles Dukens appropriately faces Jhe begin mug of the new story contributed by Liui t-ntitkd "Holiday Romance." The j rest of the reading matter is by Mrs. rUuwe, ir. naves, .uin. jjuium: L Chelkt, Louiae C Moulton, Sophie Mav, Caroline A Howard and others. .There is one full-tace enfrravir-j;, be tides numerous iliustrations in this iuiiuIk r. Die ken's atory w ill bo con tinued in the February cumber. Shooting of Jutl jr. e HmtrriJ. Moult, Ala., Dae. 28. Dkirict At torney L. V. B. Mai tin met Judge Bua tt ed of tbe United States District Court il ... ... .k r . . 4 I a o. ..m , a .....a, - - - Houae, und accosted "Judge, will you allow that indictment against me to take its course?" Judge " liuat-d replied, "Sir, tho law must take its course." 31artia then drew bis revolver and fired inm the Judge, who fell uja the pavement, having r-iv- Ml two abuts, one I low the t-rcaat luBe aud aiiotLer iu the right kg. MarUn lud Uen indicted It the United SUUs grand j-irv for revenue frauds and ex- r ...... 1 t..r.,.n i ..o. ..... ;.1..r..J t,..r. 1 ? II Ut'W U Utl. IfUUL.ttT''...-:- ll ... ... ...... ..... .1 I ... t. . a I UL Local Intelligence. ToiT-AMI Ojj Bprr iV.4r !' l---W to nwn- Irw t-; .:! !- trrl c,i tUr'4l aoll m'4 to tV'MB. Jlj . st l Ln I tTii Ainevttt.. ," ftk.rh . - k ff I i kill 1 . n ft Am t A. r.f i . ga i,f .th, t S s$ r. v. f-n-T tH.ts..w fev-r vtk ! tui,wt 1 ti Kf'i. Mrt ilt ' a fn.;'y i f a tk.i.trei., l t'.wt Ihi .ml. -r(. illir fioiS.e r ffi.cll it.S (. ' L it- t .i - . i I '.ir lni,iio man. No MokB'Taait 1!lai. " On January 1M tifw ruic fuet m!o oier;in m thf BfnninpUro 4i1hIh)I8 of the State Agent. Ruliai.l riitt.iH, in; ll.e itHi.uUirif f all hv f e. ave lo jrtie tmvr'ing fu lai:np c. OMc!el itU Ilia iaJ, y Uo . ITircr of ulhrr riatla. Tbwi in n--Mtu:.l fiini f.tct. t!it liiarovl it rua iiiijt tuiw, iu fact li bf.m frun lli day t,f tbe tk at the Vtv!!. nieiiililv low to t!:e oiir. JI.SVjsio. . rfuiai cimiiiiuiiicatlun of Aio Hiram I.i.i J , l.i''ti: wt il.e r I li in !! plies on KnUBT ct)inj! Vnl,lhiolli-jiii;i!lii r rcel-t- ej fur ili vfaruii!iftT H. K. t'o lr, M. , Krank A. Clark, S. W . U C. Orvn, J. W. A. S. (ry, I n-.i'ii)?. .a im L. t' i.rau, Mts.rel"iry. KJniJhJ I.. Wjinun, 8. D. Wm. A. It . k. J. 1. I H. tlenclt, Wm 'uii, S'n tnti. C. B Muiiaoii. .Mlert( (.Vrv:uniii!. Jaiuct I', lihu k, Auittiiii: CwcmUu y. Wiikat. Taking iiMiilnm'a Lcttera op Vr- munt (tH7) c fuund a atalprtient under the tieJ of Sumlrrlaii j, Ileiiniii;toti coiinly, that Uie crsp of he.it iu that iviun Reneriilly frin thirty to forty blicU per acre. Probnbly ten bunhela to the ere would be a good yie!4 'now on the amne land. The Cuuiiiiininner of Agriculture -tate the CMi of Ohio in 1SC7 to le four bushcli to the acre, and that the frohen land at of Culifornla will scu'cely yield an average of twelve hunhela. By and bj the tread question will be iuijuiriaiit, and it will have to b met, a in England, by aiiporagricultuia. It'uiW Journal. Ikatii ok Svi.vmtTKa Iiianso, K.i Sylvester Iiemiiig, Knj., of Arlington, died on T uesdiiy cten- ing, the 24th inat., after a short IIUicm, o( typboid pneuuioiiia, at tha age of lit years. Mr. Dctuing was among the promiucnt citizeua of the county.ind waa tiilily esteemed by a large circle ot frieudK. He ' a member of the General Assembly in 160 1 and 'C2. lie wus an active member of the hpico pal church in hii tow.t, asd waa one of the Icadir.g men of that denomination in Una diocnae. Descend cd from one of the moat influential and honored fain- iliel In Southern Veiniont, hia high aocial position and hia extci.Mve iu .jmiiiitaiice whirh, with a fine educaiion, grent energy of clianicter and rcudy con- vertutiontil powers, diew nround him nnmv frienda' Ilia death i a great hs to the community of hia resilience arid the dtute. Otstkr eri'hii. Let all renit'iuuer that tW'ie to be an oyater Mijer at VandVlip'e llot. l, Wed beaday (to-morrow) ercning, under the directiou of the Udieaof the Congregational society. Tho pro ceeds are to be added to the fund of tne Lndis Be nevolent Asi-ccialiun, which ia to be ued in building a Congregational Meeting House in this place. A cordial invitation is given to all of whatever age or denomination to be present and exchange the greet ing with each other, "wish you a happy New Year.' Tickets for gentleman and lady 11.60. W. li. Fei-tKKToN, the live aud enterprising '"mar ble man" of this town, i ottering inducement to those in this locality4want ol monuments, htad slonea or finished marble for any purpose, by dis counting 10 per cent, from reguiar prices on al or ders received during 'he winter months. To meet the demands of au extensive Western trade durng .tie summer and fall, he is obliged to keep a urge number of workmen, and to give these men employ ment through tho winter months (the dull season), he oiler inducements for local business worth v the consideration ol those who wish for finished marble for any purpose which that article is used, For the Manchester Journal. TI1K OLD VEAIl. ). v. c. Another circling of tho stars, Another round about the sun ; A crippled Year deep cut with scars Heluctaut leaves the tiold of wars: "A battle louglit, no victory wool" Dwpoudinx sighs tiiu aged one. Another coming of the snows, Another burial ol the rose; A spring, a summer, ami a fall Have worn, iu turn, the luncral pnll: "A rate well run, but victors none!" llespoiiding silit the aged one. Another wheeling of the spheres, Auotber chain 1 1 hopes and tears ; Loved friends, warm seasons, full of flowers, Uright-sparkltiig joys of brightel hi urs, "T hey're only ist, forever gone!" liespoiiding sighs the aged one. cuoslso. Another closing of the streams, luce mora the suow birds twittering fly; They ail have sought ttte land of dreams Thai once were here: "Now let me die! Alas! ihey ware my childrt'i dear!" Thus, faintly liped the Dying lear. And o, e. h cycle of the years brings forth tha sighs, the tender tears. A htoe si.vei iiig ol the hair, A httle fading of the fair, Of tu they'll ugh, "They ara not here, Those children of the Dying Year!" Dec. 8Wt, lw7. Tho la kes of Burlington having in charge the Home for Destitute children are endeavoring to secure for it a per manant fund, the inceme of which shall place that most worthy charity above the need of yearly appeals to the pub lic for the means of its support, On this fund a handsom beginning has been made in the following generous sub aeriptions: U. A. Dodge. Turlington, fl.UWjJUi al Davis, Burlington, 1.0U0; Henry Loomis, Burlington, 5o0; A friend. 1U0 T. V. Bark, Bennington, 2,000; John B. Howard, New York, 1,000; F. A T. Fairbanks k Co., St. Johnsbury, 500; Francis Bingham, St. Johnsbury, 100; F. C. Bedington, 100; Hubbard Has - tings 50; Beter Berrin Berlin, 50; J. ' jcatiug di ink, we would earnestly dis V,w1 T.rr. -r.O- Juiith Keith oft-Hvi- . .1 ..-'. ... , .si -a 1" . t - y. t tuiik i iiirra. iu . ti uuiiu nt'iui. hj . jut i - Ktiik .tr suuscr iJtioiis. aju. icuu. 0.000. ' A new insurrection ia favor of Santa i Anns haa broken out in Yucatan, and j aptara to lie supported bv manv for-) ; iUi:r officers of the Ku-t-ire. It sec-ms f Blfli0tt i!jcrt-d.b!e that the tx-D.eUtor, who but a few weeks ago bare! v tacape.1 j with hia l:f.-. should once more di.turb : the race of Lis native c. untrv. ' . ... , . .. vr t F ... I I . j. .T III irii f'f ..V 1 lit UB M,t:jt, v. ..- (rM W .!,,! i,t M'i: Vrit, (,UttY. N. Y., on Wedi.ewb.y lood. Wrmonl Male rmptttf ' 1 1 niiou. the lth, j Tin ruBw litioii anriisl to orJcrj i v l v. K A. imnn rauuv l'rt-M- dlrnt of tha S-wii tv. w!jen t racer warn o;; ri ti iiv ii t ,iu' ..er, l. a'.,j of WaLlii,rf.r4L I jj(n. j; h Warm r, CLainaan of th! sute Kxecntiv (V u,uuu, aubiaittrdl 1 lie 11114 resiiug j omuu o ium irjwi j ! were that Uie tM ut coruiuitUe, like tha one of hint vtar, have iiot aeeom- 1 .. , I . .. ,1. I .... f..,L i !,.. I Bellows Falls, Benuiugton and Man- I cheater have also been bleased by the Following this came the report of Hev W. W. At water, tiUdu Agtut of the eiety, au interesting document, giving an account of tnis work of the Society 'fc agent for the past year. A discussion ol the report lollowed. The evening seasiou of the convention was opened by siugmg from the choir in attendance, after whic h a prayer was olfered by Kev. Win. N." Bacon of Whore ham. luo l'lehideiit intioeltieed Imjv. Harvey D. hitched, D. U, l'resident of Middlcbury College who delivered an excellent address. The convention was also addressed by Bev. Noiuiiui Weaver, Hon. V. M. ll iardot Cabtkkm, Hon. ii D. Warner of New Havwu, and Hon. D.ivid E. Nich olson of Bulland. Thursihiy morning Hon. C. M. Wil lard of CastU ton, from tho Committee on resolutions, submitted the following which, alter discussion, were adopted : Jit sol LVil , That our confidence ill tho wisdom und elliciency ot ouV law pro hibiling the trallio iu intoxicating liijors is undiminished, und ve believe that its stern enforcement will sweep this enor mous evil from the titate. Itctio'ik il, That us the duty of enforcing the stringent provisions of this luw de volves upon the il k-lids of temperance in their respective tow lb, it is expected that a trust so obviously and intimately couneeted with the highest interests of humanity, wUl bo henceforth faithfully discharged. llfuvlved, That iu this hour of seem ing retrogression in sister States, we will bear high aloft our staudard, and, encouraged by tho past, sustained by the undying principles upon which we stand and animated by the broad char ity oi the gospel, we will boldly press onward uniU tho great consummation is achieved. lietolced, That w hile we woul I not relax our own efi'orls iu the temperance movement, yet we must look to the youth lor its perminent success: there lore, we would iuvlo the young of both Boxes to joiu nands and hearts w ith us in this great cause of God aud huniau ity. Inlho absense of the Treasurer, Mr. Atwater of Vergeunes submitted his anuual report wliich shows the treasury of the society to bo iu anything but a healty condition. From the report it would seem that the totai receipts into the Treasury the past year were but ?oo7, fl2.50 of which were disbursed for various purposes leaving a balance of $544.00 to be paid the btute Agent for his services, inclu ding board, travel, lodging and all oth er expenses lor tho year. Tho committee on nominations re ported the following persons as otticcra Jo tho ensuing year, which report w as duly accepiju mid adopted, I'remdeut lion. Iu. D. Warner, of New Uaveu. lire rrestdenlnllcv. li. F. Hay, Hartford; Kev. bilas McKean, Bradford Lev. N. r. t osier, Mou'pelter. lit'vuJimj St'vrctaryO. W. Scott, lion tpuiiui'. Ejuroiirr Vuutiitiltfc Hon. C. M W ilium, Oastietou; Z. C. Bills, 1'airha ven; lluum iiobcris, Brandon; U rn. A Uurnett, Kutiand; A. 1). Hager, Broc torsviliv; Kev. F. W". Oluistcad, East Dorset; Dr. L. bheldou, West Butland Hon. L. D. Warner introduced the following resolution, which was adopted J'4vivt!d, iuat the executive commit tao be autUorized to employ a secretary who shall have an office at some central point who shall have charge of tbe gen eral interests of the cause, and who shall recuive au adequate salary. A resolution that bueh moneys as may come nno tbe treasury as l.li n uits of the lahoihol (.he past year, mid not other rtiou app-OjiriuGed, oe de-.otd to milking u u ; salary of I ;u State Agent 10 iliu .MiiJi ol JloOO, elicited much dkcufcui.., Miid was Luiuy titled by a vole bbing .u. .ed that tho whole matter be-refenod to me executive com mittee. Ou niotiuu of the Hon. E. D. Warner, the follow nig lt-soiutiou w as adopted by the convention: 7VWt, 'That we believe the sum of 1 1 5, 000 ought to be raised during the ensuing yeur to be placed at the dis posal of tLe executive commutes, for propose of employing a suitable secre tary and other lecturers and laboivrs, and the circulation of temperance pub lications throught the State, and that w e will each endeavor to do our part in raising this sum. New man "Weeks, Esq., of Butland, of fered the follow iLg resolution: UnvAvd, That as consistent tem perance men and woman, who earnestly j ht;x r. ..., ,1,, ,,i r-i o,i 1 the. nrevent...n .f t,,-.t.( f.r int..-. ; vvuuivMuuvti liau li nr. tit 111 u 1 1 it nil ' ; .i, .... .r - a . ; k a .iai nnuiri, ut Htuaiii 1 .s ! ...1 :. . 1 1:. l,f, tl.. (-....,'ti. ...,.1 4 l ; , , , " Bev. Mr. Leavitt cf Ferrisliurgh 'moved to ameinl I v striking out the '" " u f. 1 " J""',"1 , "' ! uUoa M amo kJ' , ,T . , reiluti,u of thanka . o Dr KiuU.:, rcquUg a copy of ' i-.u i. f.lr.. f.. .10 .M,. . 1 1. in ..'-, l-t-.i. fi - - v -'5 - . . ! tloU of t ii. as to the ru..r.a lr lr tt.e of bulf-fare to boiutable courtesy f? .. r, 1 in l it'.ai an I ! tl.f MfJl d,ht S-i-tjr fir tl. f tlair Uurc tb conntt. n JjouhjC'I . The r.riiiin of .Ml. Vruiiu. We. find tie f 5Uwing inten -atuig ac coui.t vt the eruption t f Mt VViuviu in tho Naph-a circhpotidtLce of tl.e Lctidou Tiiiita: 1'filike tliie tt rrific dif-plava whifh we l.;ie had at tuiif-, at. hirU cea with ont croat f3"ort, this is a la! eruption, increasing ever id force and beauty, und promising a duration of some weeks, if nut month a. If so- and it ia the opinion of those inot evpsri tnced in these matters all tl.e world luny see it as sn as the groundless frurs aa to the state of Naples have van ished. For the find tme or two nights the mountain was uio.kst enough in its d iiiotistratioiis tongues of tiiv shid up to announce ita internal agitation, and a thin stream of lava trickled dowu tthind 111 the diiectioii of Ottajano, which li. s on the southeast side of Yes mi us. Since December, IsCl. it litis been al inobt tU.esctiit with the excejtinii of one or tw o sulky and uncertain pull", and our clear .blue atmoMphcre has t'eancd to be niatked with the spiral eu.tiniiis if smoke. During the lust two years a small cone has been form ed by tho matter gradually ejected from this sulphurous hole; wo could scarcely see its head abpvo tho walla of the largo crater, but within the last week, like some presumptuous sttipling, it has shot up above its venerable par ent, and this it is which bus been luiii jng and spluttering and storming with all the arrogant impatience of youth since lust Wednesday. It has sent forth an immense quantity of lava, con vening the Hurrounuiiig crater into u lake ol tire. (Jovanui Co.zoliuo was our guide, w ho, by virtue of having accoiupauit d Humboldt and ninny of the scientific and literary men of the ago, expects his own Hume to Lo enrolled in literary an nals. He iK, however a very safe and intelligent guide. There was no inci dent to 111111 k until we got to the foot ot' tin) main coin!, when we heard the thun der of the mountain and felt the shocks of an earthquake at every ell'ort to dis gorge the liquid tire. Ascending by the usual road, we were compelled, ou approaching the summit to skirt a lit tle round to the southeast, for two rea sons first, to get on the blind side of the wind, which might have brought dowu upon us au inconvenient ehower of stones; aud, seioudly, to obtain a better view of tho main stream which waa fed not only by the great crater, but by another oritice opened outside, about twenty feet in diameter. From this spot the stream of living fire, full twenty to thirty feet in width, poured down to the bottom of the niotintaiu rapidly, where it met with no obstacles, and where it died, struggling energetically until it carried everything before it. To tho edge of the crater it was impossible to approach; the beat was scorching, and what would liava been tho coussqueiices hud the lava boiled over aud como dowu upon us? It was dillicult, therefore, to form any fair estimate of its size, but oua might hikve supposed that it was not more than seventy feet in diameter. It was not 11 moment, howovar, for figures wlitn nature w as exhibiting her power in one of its grandest forms. There wus a 'roar and a shock, and theu shot forth flames and stones full 1,000 feet in height, ut intervals of from one to live seconds, uecoidiug to the watch of one ot the parts; the tremen doiis convulsions were repeated, und then came the descending shower, composed of stoues of various sizes, some certainly hulf a ton iu weight, judging by the bulk. We could mark their course by the eye as long us they retained their red heat, but ou up- proachiug the earth they blackened, and then the ear alone could ieil what waa spotting and tutting tho earth around. By tho same person, w ho hud already acted as calculator, it was declared that tho descent occupied five seconds much in exco-s I slioud imagine, of the uctuul time. Broeision, of course, wus impossible in lhe excitement of bueh a scene, and if we say that one thousand feet was the height attained, wo shall not be wide of tho mark. It was a nervous proximity to danger on wliich to stand, so tho wholo party soon do- camped, and got back to Naples bhort ly alter miutnglit, awe struck by a scene which never can be forgotten. Yet without the fatigues of an ascent, nny one can from the city enjoy a spetc-tu-cle of marvelous beauty, only diniin iniied in proportions as compared with that which I have just described '1 uero is no sound, but there are those everlasting flames, ttcrots the centre of w hick is sometimes drawn a swathe of dark clouds, giving to their siMtimits an nppearancu of greater height; and tbe sky is glaring wUi a deep red color; ami mighty alor&A reduced by distance, are sailing like myriads of stars on the summit of .the. mountain, the foot of w hich is wrapped iu darkness. What a gorgeous scene, and how much more gorgeous it promises to be. Thau Stis.vj.sh. Thud Stevens tho other day, weak and dying as be is, fired a shot at Brooks of New York, that w as worthy of his better days. So, lov er of liberty and humanity lav m for precious remembrance the key-words of each little sj-eech, if, perchance, it prove 111 Iiict, the last. And this is w hat the word of yesterday to remember was: "I have listened withreat pleasure to the golden mouthed gentleman from New Voik, Mr. Brooks, in hia attempt to prove the Bible a lie. That book bays God created of one blood all tho i nations of the earth. The gentleman, ! however contends that there were sev i oral different varieties and that all n- I t ti. a xi mrt rt j . in.t. f nr. 1 . 1 , I , v ..n, ia. vlJ w.... I 1 he question at issue between tbe ge-u- n , v- - 1 i!it Vi tieman from New lork and the Author j of that nacrcd volume I shall nut at- 1 tempt to decide it is to high for tue.' j Was there ever anything iiU:t than i this retort? Was the old hopbim alout j different races ever more neatly answer- ; -d ? Could a m-i. go do u to th-a grave j with a nobler word for equality and Lu - inanity? Tltf Prri.lr Im t trr. ! an "Jhtk5 IzuzY.Ut" i w l- in rai, j '. n t a projr wflrouin for an F.mu'ive jdit uMtiit; but Dt nre f a iu"a writ in the ( !in-r d tvbv Mr. Johnrtn a far o rt u .!. If ( -turn it tin t 1 with iu the 11 !. A in ie iorotwj 'afiirbt pul he i m nnutit we have tiid for i ; a k'll time iriol. ( H proo ei isiai n,n fcail give i thanks t ) ti. 1 rrd UucH'k for not tid ing wl.illilt.o did Would pi tHiliCt) 1.1 instaut h iuovk! fiiiiii hm po.t, Wf arf j to thank ti i; n. ml that b ia riot a mil itary tyrant ! Mr. Johnson ssja: "When a git at aoldier. with utira- stiiett'd power in ht bunds to oppreaa ; hia fellow-men. voluntarily foiegoeaj tho chance of gratifying hts ifish am- j bitiou, and devotes himself to the duty j of building up the hbettics audi streiigtliiiui'.g the laws of hia country, he pteselits an example of the higbeat public virtue that bumau nature is ca pable of practising," But General Hancock has not "unre stricted power;" on the contrary be is nineiniMi' lo the 1'rcsident who appoint ed him; he is acting under a law of Congress which secitied and limits bin power und duties; and be haa m l the least chance "of gratify ing his selfish ambition" without the express consent ut Mr' Johnson himself. The l'resident sent in bis message, simply to irritate natures like hia own iu Congress; bo ia a good baler; he saw, as lie thought, an (opportunity to make his opponents angry ; but they will point It i tu to-dtiy to tl e order in which llanr.n-k srratiges an election in Texas, specifics the time, tippoiutu the number of delegates, nnd regulat-es the manner of holding the elections ns evidi nctl of lite ( ii iiend'H w iKtngtieKH to submit to Congress as well as to the l'resident, A.'s (ictierid , Hancock is barely at the outset of his career 111 the South, and w ill have yet many grave r.nd import ant duties to perform, it w ill be but jus tice to hiin to leave hirn to the exercise of hisowu discretion and wisdom, with out making t voiy act of his the theme of paitisati discussion.--Yc J'u-I. Anotueu Br.nixuoM Thukatknkd. The Democrats threaten another re bellion when tho Kepublicaiis elect the next l'residont. Brick Bomcrov, whose journal is w idely read in Connecticut, and whose success as a prophet had a sad proof in the assassination of Lin coln, writes: "Wu tell you, Badicals and traitors, vour tool shall never enter the Bresi- dontial mansion, elected by negro votes if this tie treason ifinko the most of it but bear in mind that it is tietison held by 2,000,000 of white men, who are ready to light for white supremacy ! God help you if the struggle conies, for spite of the Knnip, your niggeis, and all tho remaining powers of hell at your command, white will win, and there w ill be such an outpouring of nigger blood, such a hanging of Badicals to 'sour apple trees' as was never known Since tho world emerged from chaos. "In this connection, a hint, Demo crats! Iu 18t8 chilis will bo formed in every town and city of the country ! Let those clubs he composed of men ready to fight as to vote I Let them be drilled in the manual of arms, be as conversant with tho science of military tactics as wit h the Democratic princi ples? They may not be required lo dis play that knowledge, but if nigger or radical killing should bo in orijer they will bo as ready for that business as to listen to tho inaugural of a Democratic l'resident on the 4th of March, IBM. The "Good Time Comino." In that day a man ahull aty to bis servant, "What is tho matter with the baby?" And the servaut shall reply: "It has been sick for hours." "And where is its lum ber V" She is out elect ioneering Lfor Sal.ie Bobbins." And such conver sations as thesti shall transpire bet ween hulks and servants applying for sit uations: "Can von cook?" "Yes." "Wash?" "Yes." ""All right. "Who is your choice for Sbdo millner?" "Judy McOiiiiiiis." "Well, you may tramp." And women shall talk politics in stead of discussing tho fashions; and men shall nurse the baby while their wives go to the polls to vole. And in that, day, the mail who hath beautiful whiskers sludl beat the homely man of wisdom for Governor, and the youth who waltzes with exquisite grace shall - 1 be chief of iolice in preference to the man of practice, sagacity nnd determin ed energy. Maiik, I w ain. Fatal Aooiw:t. 11. I)o;iovan, a freight conductor on the Veimont Cen tral Kailroad, was killed on Thursday last, between Colchester and Milton, by being thrown from the roof of a saloon car and falling betwen two others. He leaves a wile nnd two children. The Democrats of Vermont propose to celebrate, with a grand banquet, at Montpelier, the hith of January, the an niversary of the vactory of Jackson at New Orleans. John Quiney Adams of Massachusetts will be there. Horace H. I'arusworth, Assistant As sessor at St. Albans, Vt., was arrested on Friday bitd, charged with receiving money from the St. Albans Coal oil com pany, who were making fniduknt re turiis to Government. He waa held to bail in the stun of $.,000. The oil works i were seized bv the revenue officers of J the district. Tho Btiflund Daily Ilnald appeared yesterday in u t-Ltiie new dress, and in an enlarged and improved form. We are ghul to notice this evidence of pros perity ou (he part of our eote-Biporary. The Herald is now tbe iarget and best daily paper in the Stat. 1 . . .. . Tje Mjcpara ol ivs-ton pumisn ..... ,. .- . T) .... 0 Her Of ticH Ot n Bova ano Giuji, a . 1 . . j Uautiiul weekly lor young refers, ami .' also Tme Nt iJ-inr, a charmii.g thing for I youngest readers. ' - j J)KAD Arne Dougherty, tb girl abot ,v Wdii-uii Ijong, a ahort'time aii.ee, in - jiutiand, died on TLuraday night hoiu tie ifiects of her weexd The aud Mr. Sim. I. ),. a W.t-: mgt u bin.er. a,o,H( Sin-ret ry S; ton for f "hI.Oisi tUtovro f-'r fo u pnaouaioiit during tb war, will 1m in thr- a.iprt t ic ctul of tho District Cubltilbia Ul a few d ie. J.vM-j,hi;it lirown, wle-t biwte.ji Jostldi Brovtn ia aiitiUH'd l-i lnv liuirdered a littl. csil. twelve veara ol at Crtii-ian, N. Y., that lu lu'gUt g. t t j ia0 iti!iit;iic on Iit life, nt th I'.l'ow 11 bud llisill t t her life for Vl- !.!, an-l ahe behevra tint h Kiteti I to d. st roy ht r too. A Naw Yoik court ruled a jv n. l sl we. k. that an expret c usipaiiv'a e!o atatiiig tlitit the? would l"i liitt.lt) on to the evlrtit of ;f ItM. tf a trunk ahou le lout. wn of iiii 1'itt iiiig tore, ail gave Mrs. Annie J. Worcester of Wa-i tin; ten a verdict f ir llliil. tho f 1 amount ahn claim-. I of D l l' epn cotiipuuy for the loss of one of I trunks. l he total number of lues d- strov bv.the bit 11 reilron 1 accident near A gol.i, N. Y., which we mentioned 1 week, caiuiot full ahoit cf stvtv, 'II remtuiia of tho Ithbf 4 which were claimed, tmietetii in nuinoer. w. brought to BuilValo on Sun.biv, nn i'laecvl iu the rteciung vimlt d 'aul's Cutiiedral. An ( lepluii.t be!ol:ging to Forepatigl nieiiageric, now wmttiing at Haitbo Tu., 111 i wvt-ngi' for a very severo pu ishilletit v hieh b bad received a sh-j time previous, seied his kcepi r w, his trtiiik, iiinl bulling him to tl ground, impaled bun upon mio of , tuks. Hi' aurvived but au hour. If Gen. lbiucot k don't boisii v h( 1 leads I'lesid. nt Jobn-toi.'K iitigio t plilleiy of liitu, he ia not lit iiHMhi-t most brave men are. And if I be i. (loll shall prow- fatal the jury will h to bring in a verdict of "Du d from overdose of I'.xei utivo sollsoiqi, uu..l full V administered," Bcports d Cabinet changes nr." l minting again. One from a seeuun I eliable source sava Set ictnrv Met loch will send 111 bis resignation 10 few dtivs, und tho l'resident will no niitc as his suec. t-aor Charles 1'raiJ Adams, our present. Minister in Gt Baitain, and that Mctlulbx h w ill til be nominated to till the vacancy at Court of St. James. If testimonials from physicians, i geons and eminent im-u evtiywl can be relied upon, it is a well tlcmJ st rated fact that Johnson's Aiioil Liniment is the best family medio ever discovered. Never indulge in th inordinate of any medicine. It ia inipoitantl take even a good medicine- jiidiciouj l'arsons purgative rills are sate, pi oil nnd reliable, and freo from idl .Uiktl ious substances. thick wind, lm!.eti wind, nnd r ing. are someti mes product d by bil clutis or catarrh. If riot cured, disease mav be greatly paliatrd by ministering Sheridan's Cavulrv C I tion l'owd. rs. Have you a Cough, Cold, pain in ( bast, or Bronchitis? In fact, b vou the pHtiionifory svmptoms of ''insafiule archer," Consumption ? so. know that relief is within voiir t il in the shape of Da. Wistak's i'.Ai samI S ti n l Hi isi'.v, winch 111 nttitm ei while hope bad Hid, has snatched victim from tho yawning grave. The great American hairprepi rat valued at home and abroad, a real ll Kestorer or dressing, (iuoiui botti A great triumph of science. Mrs. Au.kn's Improved. iffw stvle.) Iv Druggist sells it. Biice One Dollul Down among the dead mr ii, nri this moment thousands who might I been alive and well had they used great life preserver, l'latitatioii Bttlj Let the living lav it to heart that II are the best known remedy for all peptic complaints, stomach dera meiits, mid gciitaiid debility. As ul Jicioua cordial, combibed with g tonic virtues, their equal cariiiotl found. , Delicate Females, Clergymen, chants, Lawyers and persons of tary iiaiuts iiariictiiiuiv tnosu tv in 1 weak and stiller with mental depre; are greatly benefited by tbtse Bitb The Adams, American, I.'uited Si and Merchant's Union KxpieK ( paiues bavo arranged to con sol i from the lt of Jaiiiii:rv, J'nca .: ut) now until (.'0111. Vaiiri! hilt !' . . at . , t 1 , 1 tiieirr iroin ttie v ent rai aim inu t roads umkr bis control. Up to the 2d . f Dcconber, live dred shocks of ( iiifhituakc have felt at St. Thomas. '1 he l.ian who that Secretary St ward's bod pur. is no great shakis isi.it nr. v mii ti So says the Tribune. Mr. Boimi r j ays Mr, Bryant f for three half colt inn poems for Ledger. Gen. Sheridan is iinreseived it exprt ssioii of syinpnthy with tbw tins, but b! baa a policy ( f his ow 1 carrying out their viewa that they di( i in of. There seems to be but little pn that the treaty with Denmark fi purchase of St. Thomas will meet strong opposition in the Senate, not al all certain that tin foreign tiona committee of that body wi port favorably upon the project, even if it should its chances will l shin in tha Senate. The aigt mostly used is the Mjaetion to j any price fur the island on the gi i of no Comp( fihatinj' cdt alitiiges. i udmik'd that biil-bs St. 'J bomti mains a free port as now, it will no use aa a commercial depot, I Beports of Cabinet changes fir i diluting again. One fiom a seen j reliable fcource naya Secretary M j b b will M ud in his rtsignatioi i few days, and the rieaident will i nale aa bis stieeeaaor Cl aries F , Adams, (ur pic-d t Minister in i Britain, and that Mr. 3f'C j will th. n be iiomkaltd to fid t i caney at tbe Court of St. Jame. , ii 11. Fr moid i up t ted at ' il gton I.eitvseik. He ultra I ' 111 bis j-ohl.ch; ja sttii tl (Jiai ' for CLuse for 1'ie.sident.