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s ;! l.'i I le t, M.T'S. I ' f ft1 ii . !f to ' 5 j ' I ;. w .u r;. r ' t .-. ' s th , ( i.r .baw ft-ver. iii Iti-I.ifi 7.rr.i-j ry !: i a..i that bat J I.,;tt : g it (V f Ttir. Mjfl bi make lbs j ur trr f.-'.a ftn !rat "-if t-i Nw York ' 1 j r' Fourth of July w..k, and tl w r ler?! j fyTe of tbe lV.Sc : Jtf!! rtfjtrvft B l"ps 'but their i ti jwut-.r,ii Rijr be reabwd J With i ..al returns fruia 'i th i r. ,!;!.. U'it two, lbs b tal tote of New i Y .ik f t up M27. uf winch 415, fC f r Grant, sd-1 i2'Xl for (vy lunaJ, incurs majority, lbff t),Si' majority is 27,32j. Ths official tots of New York city i rtturut 1 aj Ulows: Seymour, 10k,31C, Grant, 47,-j Col; H-ffM, 1LW2J: Gnswold, 43,-; Psier Jones, fur twenty-eight year (lt ik of lb AUr Hou, New Yotk. d.edinthat city last wak. 11 was a native of Paw Int. Yt, whers bis reius.ii were take on isalurday far inttrnwsut H a funeral waa largely ftltendod by Labi tut and patrons of tbs AUr, among whom were TLurlow Weed, just returned frum Europe, Mayor Hoffman, A. T. Stewart, and ft larga delegation of the New York city pre, merchant and others. Grant will bs Irsaslont elect when the eirotoral votes arc east, and not President la fart. It U cot iinpera ttvs that bs ab.oo.bl resign bis eomuiis sent) a Oetu ral of tbs artoiaa of tba L'bioaJ Hta(a itumodiaU-ly. Tha law rrt ilinx tL graJa of Gt-owal doe nol eooloi 'ala aueccwkiui). Wben Gd tai (iut teaigna, tba offi wilt )ft ' L iLe aocepiauc of iia tig Liid ;i. 21c kigbeat rank ia tba army v.J i 'u ii tlialof Lictuti DantGannrai, r, j! f rhito GiirI Kliariaan hat i.jf-f.-. lu'ii t witbm tbe diwr ItuSt ti' (.' -1 no (inU rlui: a li4!.( r ia nr .!) I I'i.'.n'U i lo i i.v a'.iil b j-'fit-r ! .t i.-. i. i t ii rwiuira o nc.al law. j j- .ii tl ti itllnrU 1 o ho. In! 'Jt ibiTta Ui.d ia anwmi'.! UliHt alalia! i- . ' 1 1 firtliinf to tli i -'i.mtwr at tlic yi.Miit linn- ainiu(,-i I,IKK,WM). The lui f' t.i iiicri hi- uf iiimr ban bwn re-ctiri-rf from tlii- tuaDuruRturmg ditriot. Iu lWi, tb-y am.innU.1 in Kufjlandand Walra, alone, to 141,(KK), accoiding to tba lnt fiolira retuma; tbia includes l-roatitutet, baliitnal TaproiiU and cr atma aDrprti.-J. Tbia fearful atata of cnn apjviara to U cottiiiua'ly on tbe mcrcRiK). Iick of honorable employ-1 luest ia one canao of the aufleriug in F-nylnr. J. Kvory branch of nit-chani-i cal mduatry ia overstocked with Ialor- r; and Ibotiaanda are eompelled to be IKgurf for Ibe waut of occation. ' Tbr will be more than twenty eon-ti-ll fluetion caHfd in tbe neit Honae o f ltpreMiitaiive, and including tbo froia tbe Houtb j.owubly doable tlmt n a utUf. Home of tbem will prore dif ficult sod lalorku caaaa. Mr. Julian of Indiana will bare aome trotible to dofeiid tiia a"t againat a dt-woerat Io tbe ota of Jobu Covode ef I'etin ayrrania. Gov. Geary iWlinca to gie a certificate to tbe di-moorat, wbo claim ft majority of 41, and tbia will coBiprl tba lloutte to decide wbo baa a prinia faeie title to tbe aeat Ouvode ia ct rtain of it, ti Uie farti are all aa aJ laL A rroroattion will te made to alrike oft tba bainea of tbe Ixmiaiana irfnilwra, and it ia poaaible that Clerk MfHxTwufi will not put tbem on the ofiicial rord. ' Acuotding to tbe rrport of tbe Adju tant (ifimrti, frfrmred for Decmilwr, the rifritlwr army of tbe Tniti'd Stat i 4.1,741 oi i, wbitre and blnckit, ex- !tij of 4.U40 in tbe M.iriuwr con and t,hr ap tali tie. 1 The armiea of K(ira, hArordinjf o tbe enUmatc-a of y rw.r b ti;rttir of fttatimtir, are im mI of 2.3S2,5'S a)ldicri io active eer- and J71.Rt3 drillfd rrwrrca. Ibfy dUmt t-d aiuppu tbe aatfal n- i a f6llf)wr North tTtnany, 421. urtiw a.U!ier, t.,113 rervta, t rant raci'tvra .4 tbe aind cla' ".itn, BtMXt, whtilt tl.tt) are (.'rjir: : aba b no rrr-a ;.a, wa.al dnill aol liert; to fla'r, 3,(i0 active avildirm; IwUn, JMU) r n i ita j rvjeeU-d aimy will omift 1 of (tXictiVea, 4UU.UO0 rcrTe, 4-W,(XX) aatltti eapa bia ef gTirria.ua dut v. Taa Aaaa ia 1m. ict. San rx-raoua CKHitirtod of arisa f-y of-fi-naoie wre Iw ! ta a pott ia tbe jail j ard at Sew Cat!e, Dl , Saturda, and wbi( wL Obe of lhe waa aaati etitj ara c4J. wbu raoJ twanty laaJt Ufma tt ljw bark, err it g bit terly daricg tbe abole oidi-id. Two tioyt, aU'Ot taehe ytau-a oil, wre giv en twevt Ulmaa. k! 0e twaa u placed in tie j-iiWy actd be ru total ly be!ptea tVun tM, and w-aa lb en wiiir"jtI wiib twrtfy ULea l!ah if the cria..tl, ftfW rtit.ii tba tf tuuui ii.Aibuct, waa mrti.J Ui naoa til rtmais m. saoetka, tttwr wbtea tbe? wiU ttavw to canricU dress is rctUe fur txotl.tr alt , I La-!.. T U-t;faJ A-! Mtblw l'! ,ji lal.ra r iat!ir-Uy ; 't..t,j( at 4 ' k ' T, t .t -jf a rWtf f- tL - - c' I -rfe ic.-'-'i. A I.aUattd i . ' ' ' ' t lUi'.Utl TarMa : .!'' ? '-' tr Hi'O i-y a t- ), IS tb SrfcaW tit tt4 N to IT. A Ji. I j 1 lla Gftiral A' n.i.'r au'.lviTiiUt.p' JU A6 t-i j.:it.at:.i, a- , iq tba t'sty i-f !tn?1i.l. ai4 tba ! U.tj uf Ii. i.i!ii.t4ti, Wi.if. rit. Sar t-urjrt. M.fil.ury, Ariuttuti S',D1'T" l.H.l MnI..r U.rw.1 l'.rn a..l . , ! i.hall, ta tba ( utjBty t.I IVtitiinKt-n, ; tfl aJ in tba cJtiirtn"tin of any ra.l- roftvl, coi.acUi!r tba IWer.iiiBton A t. . HaUaij I ra.lrua-1. rr tba Ifra-ml ami Nw Ywtk rulna4. .r tba !bnoD : HpnuK BwlrtAj w.tt tba city of Al- j Unr or Iwt, N. Y., or with any rail- j road h -adiiig to auber J tba mi l fiticta l y iauniff lrtirii vo aia aucn rwi, w au aiD 'Ui.t luit ifeliii(r e!(jnt timpa; ,ta FraiJ hat at tba lima .tit aid ia tarited. Tbe bocda, wiUi eoiHtia at Ucbwl, payable anii annoaily, at a rate of ibtreat uot eioliti)r aevt-n per c-nt. It ia slao provided that if any of tbe towna baioed in the Act aball have ub arnbod, U aid in tbe coiiHtrnction of fbe Ilaoon Hpririga ltnlroal, such towna W m4 aid in tbe oonatractiou of any railroa.! until each U;wn aball sell, or contract to sell, tbe bond and Uxk euch towna bold in tbe Lobotion hpruiga Railroad. rmm wmr mirmm uuiMe. A vtriuir in th Vermont thatnix ur ges tbs importance of txteudicg tbe survey for tbs Weal River lUilroad, acroaa tbs mountain to MancheUr. The ruaaoos assigned by tbia corres pondent for tbe sitenaion of the sur vey and tbe building of the road, if tbe route is found practicsblo, are as sp plicsMs to Manchester ss Brsttleboro, and it ia ft matter in which we hope our people will waniftat their interest, and aid in causing the etirvi-y to be exten ded frcm Jamaicft to this place. We copy tbe following from tbe Phmnix : i'ew towns hate more natural disad vantages to contend with m tbe career of prortiftS Uiau Iiaattkboro. In or der to get ita manofactuaed protlucta to a wct-rn niarkut, or to di-iive from tl. in nicat, flour anditirn, it mtiht make a dt;U.ui of mxty miles, either to tbe Loi i-ii ,!y $Ut y of Rutland, or to tbe tioiiiii J.j t Ii v.y of Sjninyfiuld. It Ln no Jiix l croM-road running osst biiJ wt)t, an have K-i ue and Rullowa I'aila, and as Greennuld and Turner's Falls will booh hiivu. Ve dwell upon this point in orJr to ttbow more clear ly ibe propiioty of extendiuir tbe Wtst Rivtr aurvcy ftcroaa the mountain to Mauchotiter; for one of the cbijf advan tagia to liratlleboro of s roml up tbe river would 1 the connection which it might give with the rail and water cominuiiicatiinia of the West A rail road from MaucheekT to Whitehall, part of which ia already in eiinteuce, would render ft road from IlraUleboro lo MaiKLeUr one of great importance to the inUTefcte of our village. It is to be regretted that when tbe survey waa mode ss far as Jamaica, tbe practica bility of extending tbe route to Mun rhetitur was uot asrertained. Aa it is, without euch. ascertainment, tbo ap arances are that the route would Dot be practicable. The talloy of the Weat Hirer is so deep and of such gentle as cent as far as Jamaica, that there muttt necda be some very steep acclivities be tween Jamaica and Manchester. A abort tunnel, however, might overcome this difficulty, and thus give us easy access to the West long before it is ob tained by Greenfield through tbe lloo nck touneL Adiuhce rrsEnT. At ft special meet ing of the Editor's and Publisher's As sociation recently held at Moutpclier, the aubjoct of requiring advance pay ment for newspaper subscription was generally and thoroughly discussed, re sulting in the adoption of the following resolution: foi4, That this Association here by adopts the system of raiui ring ad vance payment of newnpaper subscrip tions, and recommend its strict en forcement on all new subscriptions, on and aftsr the lstof January next, by ev crj member of the Association. Tbia is etp in the rignt direction, and we hope the abvanoe aytm will be adopted by every publisher ia tbe State. TVraons wanting a good daily morn ing pajtsr will Cud the Troy Whig, ad vertised In another column, such an one. It has lately changr proprietors and bs n preatly improved. Perwona desiring ft book agency, we would ewil their attention to tbe ftd Trtaroerit of the United States Pub lishing (V, of New York. 1 1) a, Ln usoMTOKs. The safety of Dr Iinngtotte, the African explorer, ia aaut conCrmod, Mr. C P. Daly, Pres ident of tbs American Geographical and Satwttcal Society, announced on Fndav bight at the Cooper Institute, in introducing the Wtnrer, Dr. Hayes, that ba (la!y i Lad received dispatch from Uumbar, which cjnrmd tbs re ported safety of Dr. Divsrigstoae, sad stated that be was on bis way t Zan- siLiex. aiul tltne to troc-J t Lake V 1 1 . ,1 1 .... I ,tW t. MVov I , ll.4ti.ft S4CMtMI . ttMttiie ft, Ny aft ta ordr tc aoivs lbs Ut prob- j u M u uU lea sionoertitiig tbs Nile problem j ,s, t M, Luk U& W! ftrftU in li war! rTvT rlT. he snUapoud, woold prove tbs Nils ua HPr rir W wri ; wpwara of 4,(XlO Oiliee ifi brtigth, - Local Int(W(tnc, IVfw j, isfli.., !() of lrrJi f.w i.-rf w . if-i, 5. iw. A tlf Jfc V I. aw id . ..--. !, r i t. - Ulf ) 4-i.W MiH It. hum . Mt -r ;tl (( l nr tl IS, (ww u, 1 M L. tt. C- j 1 fml-bnf f V,UiCt "3 U -tr,.,.4.'. tn ft U -fc. s ! iu W a t tmt Tk-'ii- Tu to UW . r f: ft dtft.i t. ft t.?ri w- till', mrstt l-r (prft;f ftnvt f.ifiu li fnrni. roeb- J .m;.J a.u t um U..r i .4 rut..: U !b dn. f k iSJi U la.cu., trf laa..! f-i ; h iic!u4 ftdTTrr H i k P""!- ti. i ah- i . b , grout lit. in Ut a.n.1 ftln.- ft-i ia.B- 4 )ll,iy t,Uwl i,, .IU. .t.i ; tp n't.!i r n aj ftaJ qut!j S"11" K"( j tK arr. i - l"i puUuuo IB iu, oail-r tit birUi f,n.l.. V, oukw a . j..i-i,ur, kivw n j Frif M, aiikiw-al; a.rHt(;ft a- imfri " " ! 1 V CI, ocaur I M. ; Nut 0T.- lir. Cliftft. W. I'tiiipa, t4 Dor-! t, raift.nl Iti ftt tomiuer lliirl jilit bxuhi ia . jt S . twy iiftU 1 1 ma tuny quala ut txftd, anwn j wo ouo-iiftlf fttr "t bur k'i" "Uhool ma-' ounug. Mr. I'bi ulTora 'tJ buabol of Uiinm U f'T Oftift. I Iiinna r,u.. - A lliiiki;ivinf; lftl1 will b fhma ftl Levi I ftirtft' H .ui, lKr.-l, oo Tliurft Jv neuu.g, lie UllU. j JtOKTH lioRHET. I Ou the ftnriimg liftiu nnrlii, MitnJftT, tlw l'llli iut., E. B. Mi'liirB, oii'lurUir, ftud f'nu.k Wild er, tirairntftii, t b lift.1 ft awl fttnlBU fn.m the lagtr car. Ua Tucutar nioniuiir, tbe l.ih, 'itr F. K. AiU.0 uJ J. C. (Ir.ftilli, of Nurlb I)um t, t.R.k tti vftrlj train amitb fur H k Falla, anil st MfttK'lipftter tin y b-rd eonrttictor Mi-Tlnre do cnUim lb btt j.rt perty. Oo Uieir amval at H'jwii k Fall lli' J fwuiKl a man trying Ui lijxo uf au (iriTciftl. Hux)'U-UUft tliftt it ft tlie Uik-D pr ifwrty lii. h this Bifta waa vndeftruriDg Uiftrll, bft hftJ ea thraa etu) tbrjr iuuiedifttaly lbi (rib:4 tu cotiJut Uir MuClur fur s il ftcnpliuu gf the wiat. But U fore they raeoived an ur to their ilinpaU-b, they hftd anorn oot ft Wftrranl ftud sftuwd Ibe MTtnt of Ibo itinerant veuder uf riftily nilu eUithiug. tin waa Ukeu btfura Ju lioe M. P. While ftii'l neari-hod, aud Id the xirki'ta nf ana uf theeoaia fta fmnl a diary with Frauk ft ilder'i bftoin aud adilraos in It, and anoth b luugiag tu Wilbur buutuu, uf t"l Duraet. W hve since li rnil tlmt the diftry UluiiKing Vo DonUm wftt fttolrn from him ftt Eatl)onHtbuat two wuoks tinea, together with a (xx-ket-book cooUuuiug a Uttle ailvur, aome puaLaJ scrip, ate The acciuicd Wfta relieved from arrent aa Mr. Al len aud GriOilh could not atop tu ai)iear aKftinet him. The thief fa s xhort, thick-ex t Pri-uchmftii, ftnd wetrt a kbort Dioualahe. Mr. Duutun cu i.buin hift diary by i&Uing upon Mr. (Jnfliib at North bureet. RlTMiERLASD. Popnlfttlun in lHiil, 5C?. Ntimlwr of birtha fur the yet.r ending I)e. 31, lHbii, S rnalea 6, fa niftlca a, -parenuge, Americau 7, Foreign 1 ; mar riftjM ft H Ainoric.ii 8, Frign 6 ; deaths S -A-mericsn 1, Foreign 1, ((rr' Kte age 30 years, ar eraga 2(1.00, pcnx iitage .X. AB1JNOTO.N. ropulfttion in lHliO, 114U. Number of birtha for the nr ending Dec. 31, 166, S3-male. 16, females 17, parentage, Auierii-au 25, Foreign 7, unknown 1 ; mrriiin 80 Amu-ion 111, Foreign 4 ; defttha 13, mala in, funmlea i, aggregate age 8ii yeara, amgu .'xj.OU, purcvtitage 1.30, The following are the officers of ISeaccm Ttnt, No. 7, L O. of It. , F:et Arlington, for quarter ending Feb. 1, 1H) : W. 8., 8. II. Hafford ; W. . 0. 11., W. Hheplierd ; W. C. II., Itoger O'Urien J W. I). It., II. W. 8(I .rd ; W. R. 8., A. W. rhillips ; W. F. fi., Hugh Shepherd ; W. T., Fftyelte Shep herd i W. 8., 1. C. Farunm ; W. L Q., Geo. C rcy; W. O.U., C. II. Allyn. ,;, The following are the offleerft of ArliugUin lxli;e, Ko. 71, 1. O. of O. T., for quarter ending Feb. I, im : W. P. D. T., F. B. Darift ; W. C. T., (leo. II. I'hilUps ; W. V. P., Mra. O. a Ofttnian ; W. H., H. Williftms ; W. A. H., A. A. (Jrant; W. F. 8., L. B. Grftves ; V. T., Sliiw Huttie Hillings ; W. W., W. Hliepherd ; W. D. M., Mine H. Fowler; W. 1. Ii., Miss Hattie Hopkins ; W. 8., Ulick Oona gui 1 W. It. II. 8., Mra. 11. William ; W. L. H. S., Miaa llutli Ii. Iiuek ; W. C, 11. W. hate.nl. BVrEUT. Popnlfttion In inert, 1103. Komber of birlhft for year ending Deo. 31, I860, 81 niftleft 15, fmala IS, parentage, Ainericftu 26, Foreign 4, unknown 1 ; marriage 10 -American 10; defttha 7, uiaJes S, female 2, aggregate age 213 yean, average 30.42, percenUgo .63. BAN DO ATE. Population iu l.Sol), HU5. Number vf birtha for the year euding Dec. 31, 13i6, IS -males 8, fe-aiak-a S, parenUge, Amenean 7, Foreign 3, un known 1 ; marriage 10, American s, unknown 1 ; dcatlK 8,--mal0B 4, funwles 4, aggregte age M years, arerftge 3f 87, perceiitftgo .W. RHAlThltt'BV. Population bi l'fl, VJJS. Nnmlx-r of births for Uie year ending lec. SL, 1W0, Hi, mali-a 14, f tnab a 14, parentage--Amuncaa 20, Foreign 7, ankuowa 1 ; marring a 22, - American In, Foreign t, unknowns; deaths IT, -males 6, females It, aggregate aga 74S year,' aecraga 43.88, percent age --The Banner of huit win k aya ! We bear of a moftt uihuuiftn and diibolu-ftl outrage in Khafta burr. One week ago but BatnriUy, IlenryJip sou bet bis bill dang bter, only aeven years old, without tb b ftftt provueatioa, in s most cruel Biauuer. It ha aiue transpired that be bad been in th habit of thus' maltreating har. On tbs day in quoatioa he poanded her with a hard wood mUinf pin unul bar limb war bhuk and bine from top to botunn, and dreadfully swollen, beaidee striking her ou the bead, with a pier of Irna, rU;ng a deep gash. Iter head aleo receir ed olbar aaror bruise ft. lie told lb child fthe must tell that she bad fallen down ttaira. A great, atalwart man who will tbo wreik out hift strength os a bttle aTn year old girl, and bi own nfVprttig at that, is not much abort of a Aewt, and should be held up to tba execration of all decent men, XOBTH BESHISOTOII. W. a. T. Wright ftusUined a aevere wrench in tba leg butt Thursday night, by a misatep at th 4ep 4 is Nurtii Uenniagtoo. ; SESXDIOToa. - A oouatni'-tloa train ronuneneedxunbuvg reg suuly from ttenrdnglott to Petersburg, over the Lcbanoa Hpnngs ttailruad, bat WediMaday. Il ia oadeewtood tbal T. W. Fart baa offered t tut Ibe aile of tbe kua Jtu ABUuwy Uouae, tlcruiin:tua, with a view to erect a splendid brk-k hood thereoa. Haadav rali.g of taat week, wb.l service waa beieg ooe tunieSat ta Efxacopal Cbusi-b in Veuntngtou, autne one, who, tf It wan dme Mir powsly, ta uoCl to hv in the cmjMuiy of tei, ibrww s ttou tirungh one of th eiained (Uvat wtank'Wt, run. - -Popuhuwa m l"rO, &4l Xatabar of birth fur lb ru eudaig Iw. 31, 1HCS, It main , fe ulaa 4, waknuwu L, fauwritegt, Americas 12, an. kaxrws I ; Mnu( in, Ammmjo 14. ankBOwa ; Aefttha .-Bfti t, asgregata fts 3 years, svet ag 2 iJO, piMtlu LftJIlXiUOVC, - PwpwliUoo in lii, Vuosber of births for ti MdM( IM- 81, I! S -cualc 1, rVvoale i iiAmwM:ift s ; saitix 4, A.rv j J'i.. Ik V. WftiW ia ttuki-a i Atw. tw, ,4 TtHurJ p 1 u uU Uul kia auw rrtoimtmlj kw4 t"J HI. s..i. t c of i.rtftf'rtft. y Hrft? rftIjrMl ftifg'j cA Kfftvn aoi ftlk u1 dm aakft f t. tin t wrr. - J. V. It m W ftuU aw trm W T y iif IJeoija J.1 . IU.u 4,inw! Jt )i fum, J W W ui . i fttt.-ua at tMitwU. Ut-f fctxt.-ttt tf ,r-fti iprt. f-t..ftt.u g v'f ftti ftf fum.l. tff'it a.r.i AaV Nm? ail vvri ;ftiif nl ta ftmi : .B:n WIKRftU. - f nj-aUUi io 15, Hi. Nna:lrf a Uilin f. H tin u !ii ( l. 1. Jl tUl f itjj T jrr!ii . i"n.TMi It. Ti fa J ; b;t rift ill - Aaj.'ixftft Jt, f tNf 1, tu.ft.iww T , .1. lU6 Jfti, f.iftii l. ft.ir fT - Piiffttina ia SiiltlW nf Willi fur ta rx cftHliua- iHt , larM, 11. frnii a, rtuu- Anx rKftii tJ . mftman M ;u. f.iftu 94 ; itrubt i u.ftjm 9, fi in) ", ftfcirr'Sfti iW , ft'i'tHfto Ki Urt, j-i.-ul- t-17. AVm' i'w i ions. w srw fd.tt JU) ( ge Si. h!, rWreUry A nut. , f r luo Vm.N( Aeueftl (n .4 Miaie Oibcvt f-r 1m , 4r Uie inula tugiiiua lw-p-tt. Ire., aud fur Ibe Aiiuual l'uetUry, ill uf vinieh eootftot much vftluaUe inforiualiuu. Tbe Mftgajtiueft fir December lure appeftred ia ('Md .. Th Aliftiilic Monthly la a capi tal number, with the foiiuwiug table ut euoteuui : Onr Painter, Auluuual, talrb'a lark, Tbe Faoe ta tbaUuuui, Huoker, Co-tipe ratine Uoueheping. A Watch ia tba Night, A Day at ft Coueultat. A Uutliic Capital, Our Pari Letter, Tbe First and tba Last, lWviews and Ltteisry NoUeea. Alur ouiig Foika, ftn illuslrftted uiftgftftine for boys ftnd girls, miuuius it high repulftUou.full of bealthy aud entertaining maiu-r for the young folk. Thenc ftre now pahl.nhed by Field, Uguod A Co., li.MiUu, suceesieirs Ui Tieknor A 1'ieid. W bve receiviwl from the author, Mr. K. P. Miller, M 1)., of the Utgieiiic Iiistilute and Turki.h llaibft, IS aud lILtighiM., N Y., a lit tle book uutitied "lniporUul Trutli." It is de signed for the young, and contain truth with which every child in the butt should be familiar. A Treatmi os Tin Cicas or EiiiAt-HTrn Viti.- m W bare reo ived a eouy ef tins work issued by Dr. K. P. Miller, Phyak iau to tbe Hygieim In stitute and Turkish Hatha, 13 and IS Laight l., N. V. Il is work uf Inectiuiiblc Talue, and we fully sudor what tbe Horn's Vritit say of it : "We most heartily recommend il a a work oou uiniiig information for all clows. Kvory young man aud every young woman, every married man aud every married woman should read it. A vast amount uf suffering, aa welt aa physical, mental, aoeial, and moral ruin, would be prevented, if all were acquainted wi.h the foots contained in this work, and followed it eirelbud advice. We think every one who gut the book would not be with out It for ten time ita coat, and many had better give a thousand dollar for it, rather than be without a knowledge of ita valuable ountents." Christmas count aa usual otioe a year in the Itivnrside Magazine for December. Tbe frontis piece is au original design by La Farge ou tbe Wise Meu of the Ent,a fruab treatment nf an old subject. Tbeu a Obriatmaa fancy, "The Vis ion of John the Watebiuau," leads off, sud there are some Verse) ou "How s House kept Cbrint mas," and s mie called Bessie Walk, with s pret ty picture by L. M. Mtone. Two Lives lu One, Hunter and Tom, A V tar among the Indians, are three aerial which are brought to an end, o as to leave the coast clear for tbs novelties promis ed in tbe next volume, liana Auderwu is to lead off tbe uew number with s story, The Court Cards; aud an acceunt of the great story-teller, with per sonal anecdote and illustrations, is promised, as well as a good many other thing. A programme of tbe new volume, chock full of delight, I pub lished, and with it a list of omniums and special term. The publinhpr announce that they will end with the niegasine a brillian picture by the famous Htepbens, called Tbe Quack Doctor, tu any olio who send them the full, suliecriptiun price, 12. VI. Hnrd A Honghtou, publishers. Abthub' Hoke Maoazixe for 1W!, published by T. B. Arthur A bona, Hut) and 811 Chestnut at., Philadelphia. Term, Ii per year iu advance. The Home Magazine conlinuea to maintain the high gronnd of literary excellence that bss given it such long and favors bio regard with the peo ple. It will publir-b, during the next y ear ; A serial story by T. H. Arthur, entitled The Gra hams and the Armstrongs, to begin in January. A serial story by Virginia F. Towns, ml. Kix new temperance tales, by the author uf Teu Night iu t llar-ltoom. A series of ui igiuftl acting charade by an American lady. Besides a large variety of original stories, poenui, sketches, and useful and instructive artiolo from tbs peua of our beat writers. 500 household recipes, aud bints ou do mestic economy. Nxwaru'EK Extkbprise. PettingiU, Bate A Co., of New lurk, propose to ie os ou or before the find of January, the first number of a Itural and Family newspaper, called the "Hearth and Home," which will lis under the general editorial charge of Donald 0. Mitchell and Harriet lie eeri er Btowe, wbo will contribute to every number. They promise that no labor or expense shall be spared to make tbe paper, in matter as well as manner, worthy of s place tn every household in the laud. Our arquaiutauca with Messrs, Pettin gill A Co., inspire tbo confidence that tbey will fulfil all their promises and make this enterprise, like all others In whiek they have engaged, suc cessful iu an eminent degree, as they truly do- serve. , Ealloi 's Mohthlt MftoxzixE. The Decoint-r Dumber of (hi popular Magazine Is received. Ve find it filled with that charming variety of illus tration and interesting letter-pros so well calcu lated to keep it at tbe bead of Ibe cheap Mftga- lines of the Country, flhillaber treats u toons of hi moat musical illustrated poems; Mr. Ed- son cluaua har interesting serial, "A Woman's t.r ror," William L Williams give the young folks an exciting story, while Jane G. Austin, James Franklin Fitta, t'atberiu Earaahaw, W. H. Ma- ey, N. P. Darhng sud several other writer of nor or less note furnish each s capital story or poem. The humorou picture are'uuoommonly good, embracing four different aubjar u, Qlustrat- td by six eograviug by Boger. Tbe puhlisher ftni.oum-e for 1H09 a new aeriftl by tbe eherming Mis Camilla Willian, also an original atury far boys and girkt, to run through the year, by Horatio Aiger, Jr., ou of Ui must popular wriO r for tbe young. They also prum e Increased attracXiona Iu storie and ill us '.ra tion, fur the snmibg year, over those of any pre vious on. A tbir promise havs been more than performed in the past, we have rea on lo ba- liev they will eoetinue lo be iu tbe future, tbo' it is difficult to so how !Ui.irj can b muck Improved ever it prftsetft eieclieuoe. It i aunt lo auliacnMRr at I1.&0 pel yar, or iu clubs for 11.2. ElIbAt, Thomta A Tarbol, PubUabera, B.jfituu, Maa. Tax Owe HrtirjBT ToLrsrs, An A Gbbst Bususra. iMuBt Lmf At enters Bpa it On bcndredlh Volume in January Brxt, wbkb fact snfjcieiilly attests it dsecrrad success. Is tbe BBrnber f. Nov. 21, it levins. ,br ar rangement ok lb BoMua putiUuers uf Brr- IbMd Aiwibvh s works, a new and greal Bo Biawe, iy m l enuneut of living Oertosa BoveUsu, entitled "Th Oouutry-H'vu on the libit," wblth k sow t;ipena( aerially lit Ovr- B.arry. Anwbfcch's uuit wurk, "Ob lb llmhu,' was pruooBoced lhe aiosl remsrkat'i novel ihst baa mae to ua frota th borne of Ooetb doner, the foaaeot centaryf ftod J Th O. Maa preaaoa 04 it "us of th lew great wwrka ut lb f Tb Sew work is to be partly Amenrs Ui U Uienis, and prvuiiao to b s m as lr-piece uf lb aulbtar It Jt aypiar tr'nm wk to wk is Iks t it if Ajt iil4 ciapie!'l. The ptibUsbers iss.se ft hi"sj e r toeewsub sijlli for lb yr IvW; ii, le ftood tbem the weekly naeuber at r lri"f A;, fraau lb ( ruMuag of U.ia story ta Jstaeary swat, tree ef cbarre. rtd lb tln ftttrstctiuus, T IMaf A f w.il tmtu,a to prajt ta ft rlr it anal eowayMt una,,, j ti tbe veisaeukf bhrtaftsr rf tba day, essbraciibg lle host Jims, Or.Urraas, Tale, Puetry, lilwary, tsai.bc, tuugraj .iueai. V...4 ..-fc fta. I F"! '! in :. o sii.4el f- vv li. b -'. b-id ef Lt'.'! $mf vV. U't lr at 4 tr m ti pe f m ab5l l-.i(, m . 1m4 tc wwftjj asai(ri T sy-f ( f 4i. Ai. VLn ik'. ei.4 ti:muuua ' Bre ft fm. IS tu (St4, ef b 4 U.s rb)-e ibi' ut casi W kft..l,neueni.f tit 'iil.ly ftd qiftbiy t l.iersry bUer tmu-mU. A V .l.i ..' pa wf mv, u..fti "(f risn were I. read liivic Usrsftlft l-fiWr, ad lftd rxiong t;e, t w t.ui l i ii,f s w ail pruu.il swl.; 'Ji in lb gil 4.1 i b..iM to. . '..- liv llM,ry Vlftrd Y"m he.r safe. "Were I. m vtew 8 tb cempe!.t.ir !ka arw o lu tl. fi. t V .bo.-., I abid a,--.bwj;y cber TW U,v .. u 1 there lo any bbiart ibsl 1 kn-w ..f a. j ceases tn Vindicating the principles of: tench twrtru-ti.. and entu.UU. t.MH U, tU ! 15,.,,1,llllum HnmsnitT, bv tbe! twBiber ef Vftleia. Il ia KftuiUuTv ubwJ bi 11 , ibeU.lsmcr.aBdtluUiM.of u-il.,4,. i election of tlrant and to!ft, inrnled by the preas a Ui klu.g Bgftu 1 aa Prv aidtnt and Vice l"reidetit of tbe; ..if lutlaw- , f i,itd Mates for tba next four veara. j II i. Imu.,1 every ftfttervJ.T bv "trrax O.v. , y ,,,, , (, ,. jum, BeaioB,' t .to t yr, fr f pia. An t . , ; Ut copy cBl gr.ti.toan; . g.Kn it a Uah,'l'"nt '"' ,rT Vict ine f . a uiKrdir. 'inns rr j able by lay nig down the' r'.i 1 for the Miip i-f Stiife wbu the . , fotir rear )ib1I have passed awtv. Ixtt Correspondence. w . ;t d ,. UM .1U1. : ..." ! tr " US. bo i:r and d !t so that we' tV'rr)Ke'irite if a 4.4-a.,L. ' , a, 11M c,, ijj i may, -'it Lift, lutiiieu.ly (.otaUtoh i i:i.ii.U Jvib.saiAa tbs memorable I 3rd of NovewU-r u Last, and tunlu-r. are once more assuming shape tn the aiTairs of tbe country, it may, rlupa, aiiprar as rntnely out of season to be writing Jiivction Sketches at (his latu day. However, it may not le well for any of the aubxtautinl citizens of this great Republic to forgtit too soon the uucouunoncircumhtsucos attendiug tbe day of Presidential election. Never bi fore in the history of this country, ban there been such ft crisis; such s confusion of political principles; and such an unwarranted ByraMtlhy with the frier, d of aeceasiou and the ene mies of our government. What won der, then, if true Union people should tremble, and fear the disastrous conse quences of such unholy alliances! if tbey should endeavor to aveit the throating storms by tiniuly preparation aud the way paw for future peace and necnrityl Indeed, the mors reflective of our citizens should, and will, look be yond the proseut and to try to void the "breakeia" ahead; and to this end, will aim to keep before the public mind, those subjects which have rofi rsuoo to the corrupt practices and the "fraudu lent conMtituoncy" which support them. Like the Union Leagus,' of New York, tbey, also, will take hold and help to ferret out the actions of this il legitimate offspring of Dmiucrcwy, and break up the connections which tend to destroy the purity of ths "ballot-box." Being ft genuine Vermonter, and no curitomed to observe with how much in tegrity and honor, ths merchant, me cbuuio and farmer, respect the purity of election, I was hardly prepared, to witness the mode of conducting elec tions in this, the "Empire Slate." The novelty of this election, therefore, I was determined to experience, sud for this reason, attended the polls at Suleiu. My observations here, were as fol lows: In the first place, I saw that it did not require a great amount of ua lice courage, to bo challenged; becauHo what was lacking on tbe part of the vo ter, was more than mudo tip by the ex tra, courage of partizan leaders, who, standing near by, and just iu rear of their "constituency," would catch, with true, sympathetic ear, tbo leant mani festations of fainting, and then, with a sudden jiunh of encouragement, would cry out Ui thorn to "tecar it in" "mwrar it in." At sculi times, it was not im possible to see ft disinclination to re ceive the oath, as there was a strugg ling effort of conscience to reestablish itself, iiud favor tho truth; but no soon er was this noticed by the leading par tizans of Democracy, than suddenly, as though under the influence of Demo cratic Mesmerism, up went tho hereto fore "delinquent" hand, and down sank poor conscience beneath tho tide of po litical (corruption,' In every instance such votes were cast for Seymour and Bluir voters, unnaturalized and fraud ulent, iu every sense of the term. Secondly, I discovered that they were not tbo God-fearing men of old Ver mont, but rather the God-fearless, who seemed to care for nothing save their own partizan triumph. Such demon strations of perjury so high-handed, appeared to know no bounds short of Democratic htughter.over the noblo and victorious manner in which it was con ducted. Oh, bliauio on such ft Democ racy ! which will destroy the purity of its own rights for tho sake of increas ing its own popularity falsely, so-called. A perjured constituency I what a foundation for an honest represntativa t what a support lor tbe principles of the 'Old Jeflersouian Democracy I" Jo truly loyal man wilj accept of such constituency, or have anything lo do with them politically. He will seek for belter society, better. principles, and those political orfraizations which favor the prevention of frauds, and the pro ttxtum of tbe parity of the "Elective Franchise." But finally, I discovered that this! section of York State is fairly "lousy" with unprincipled demagognes, who are aevking for office and power, by "hoodwinking" the masses by misrep resenting to them, the oily real and iruw (lucftuus at. iaaue; anci mat it is . , . . , against tbe intrigues of each, we desirsl . lu P"-" o'" v.vs.nce. ,. ttt-A li lit f Yi.rV t'tvmtri P, i that .Lena U compiled to obtain their wm'' " '"J" naturalism pajr. a year incon.-nt with ' It ns Lave Pracr band, as tins c.jurse woold relievo tba 1 The womr-ti. lj.a tbem are about court of any pressure of business of U Itepf.bli.-ans. One who is married this kind aud would secure the "U.-gis- to a Democrat in Concord, N. H., tar try" in aesun for impartial examine rie bis newspaper in from the front lion, and by so doing, would prevent' door with a pair of tongs, many, if not all, fr jto obtaining their ; fte-ymamr oon'lit to act tip as a naturalization papers wben not snti- prophet; aa long ao as July be said; tied to tbem. Tbia subject, ws trust, j "Yt,ur President I cannot b." wt',1, a.-, t.r r or lster, If bron,,;; t tip f r ; foiii.loratKa by the Irg !a'm i f tb! CDua'.ry, aa J ti.e plan pr piea-1, r"1 ri other f Un grow it f out of this, l a b' )fd and nartl as ft law uf tl. Isnd. At the prwaent ttmrt, it sernt tv m, that tbere i no other way in wbu-h ws can amiably prepare onrtrlvcs t rotit suocrissfunv this devlanvl rnrmy of our Mtcrt'd fights asctireus tf Amer- l a. W'L.ltt. 1 Oct) Bra) ma.tr 1m fwvnt-rwt . , e "'" fi ourselves ow mir prrwnt sue- ,h,M4 Pri,-cil'1,' li0 ,ecut lriuu't,,, e noW "lT7 State V ws.' By a recent act of the Legislature, tifly four pounds of onions will make a bushel. On Monday, Wm. Moody, ft resident of Wells, had driven his team through a gate and jnmped out to doss it agai n, leaving bis two little sons in the fig on While the horses were unatten ded they startm! and ran awy. One of the boys escaped injury, but the other was draajgrxl about thirty yards over the frozen ground, and mangled in a mrmt awful manner. When taken up by bis agonized father be said: "Pa, I've got to die," and after enduring the greatest suffering died in about ten hours. Maj Gen John Nason of SL Al bans died on Wednesday, at the age of 87. He was ft native of Fpsom, N, H. A citizen of WToodstock last year paid 1 1,300 for a farm, and has produc ed from it $H00 worth of potatoes, 100 worth of wool, and lt)0 , worth of lambs. Who says Vermont isn't a good farming State? A writer on ftdultoralions in food says tbero are CO substitutes for colTuu, and 129 for tea. Gen. George B. McClellan is ouo of tho engineers employed to construct the bridge across tho Hudson at the Highlands. , Tieknor k Fields paid Chos. Dick ens 1 1,000 a night for his reading, and made $100,000 on him at that The trial of Gen. Colo for the mtir der of Hisoouk is now in progress in Albany before Judge Ilogeboom. Secretary Seward's marriage is said to have been prevented by tbe re m onst ranees of bis family aguinst the ringing of that little belle. Won W. Over ten thousand dollars were ex pended in keeping olive the John Al len prayer meetings, at New York, and now Water street is worse than before. To do the thing properly in New York ut a wedding, tho bride must have eight brides-maids, aud a bun dred dollar poodio besides the cue she marries. I Brigham Young is said to be the third largest depositor in the Bank of England. - , . The Erie lUilroad Company will lay a third rail the entire length of their road, the object being to accom modate the narrow guags cars and form and unbroken lino by two routes to the "far west.' A visitor to tbe Vermont Peniten tiary rsked a prisoner why he bad been sent there. "False encouragement," was the reply. "False encouragement I What do you mean?" "I encouraged 143 different women to believe that I was going to marry tbem 1" Gen. Grant owns a $00,000 bouse at Washington and a farm of thirty eight acres, worth $2000 per acre, with in the city limits. His real estate at St. Louis, Galena and Philadelphia is worth $100,000 mere, and 300,000 is said to be a fair estimate of bis "total valuation." Ho is also interested in business through other parties, and al together is in a fair way to have a com fortable living without the proposod in- creane of salary. Lincoln, Nebraska, roust be pleas ant place for a Stats Legislature to meet, A band of Sioux and Oteo In dians havs encamped near the city, arid warn off all "traders and bum mors generally." Tbs new super statements jnst pre vious to ths election, that Chief Justice) Chase came oot f l Quant, were inour reel. He did notbinu of ths sort, but remained neutral to ths lat He does not pretend since lbs election to bs a Republican, but regards hitueslf a out side both political organizations. A. Oakb-T Hall was formally nora it! for mavor of New York, Friday , .i . k.-.i;((;......I evstiaiflr, by tbs "constitutional anion ,k t. ... -; piUiJ, RUM " " ap.vj,.- , . . , Tnim cbolr. r ' . , .. . '"After Grantwhat V T.lton Ilu smj 'i iHraSfv - Tbe f.Bi -d acriptivm if Hcln.ls.id a lHvg tt lift!.n.ft m Nw link w gd m tbs N?w littk 7'mw: ' ;. vf the ui t nothvabia rsU.I'ifth nirnta on l'.n-a.l.ty is that i-f llolm tntld, tbe t hen, i.t, just awlfp atsv tbs Uoun iitliiJK- tf Ui Metrvpohutn IU-t-L TnJ largs wi.bwa, b-bie-l by r.ianiit.at.u. whos r.l.u.- is tn r rc-.l V-j piitut Ffeiwh reAst-tttrs, gbetcn and g'cam with bngbtlv cib r d a and toaliy tuitexi tars of efl -riotis sbitps. li t. k of each window is a Bpii'tinid bmiire wt .-tu.!, ilmjf high, with bratu bit,; aims, locating various IpmpIs, C!!ed With belt. Slid pnv, and m-e.U from fvr-fT abivrsa. In frovit, under an ortinrni t.tal ean.ipy of irn oik of uttbiiji: .ieaiii, baiig two glaaa luoltara, wl.l. b Bella mm iiil.b for lbs go lets bub bgttt the marble floor lo in-sib. On etiirntitf tWe .btor ymt a on . U.er band lot.g ranges of iiriifi tiietiU! sbilt, and cotiiiti is.ati l ahow Pases, with a wraith rf jrectou( per fumes and otlur tbiits tlicni'ii and th tin in, and above tbe Bor abolies bright signs in golden IctU r,ou ground of glues, setting forth tbe names and virtues of tbo diiif gat's spfnial coin pounds. Ou your lift, as you enter, am the soil a fountains, and w-itbtu ft strp or two a aoritis of other fountains, from w hich are draw n at any tftmr of the day or night such mineral waters as your system may need. I leys you may drink in its purity tbe pungent Kiswiniren, tbs sally Vichy, the Ursteless Kstuly siiis from Gettysburg, or the tbe sooth ing Seltzer, or Urn slots of os Sarsto or Mikeisqiioi, fuuious or womlrotis cures. Passing thee fountains of health, you reach tho prescription de partment, a snug, cosy ajmrtment, which might well serve a Lily orSidro phel for a midnight study, or make the heart of any old alchemist with its qu et aud comfort. Hura are compound ed alt the pro criptions orderee by pby sicious for tbe cure of their patieuts, All day and all bight the clerks are at work, and the quantity of sure cures here made up, the tfnmber of lives sav ed by tho medicines here concocted, it would bo dillicult to reckon. Next we come to the Ladies' Parlor, furnished eleguntly, the floor covered with a thick green carpet, soft to ths touch and grateful to tho eye, under tbe light of tbe bright gas jets above. In tho center of this apartment stands a beautiful show case, a dodecahedron in shape, filled with ft variety of arti cles made for use and for ornament. On either side stands the ttatuo of a negro slave holding iu ouo hand a salv er filled with bueiuoss cards, in tbe oth er a tall vase containing some precious ointment or soma priceless boautfior whose virtues aje best known to those whom fats and lime have forced to tine them. Beyond the ladies parlor is tho count itg room, aud neat end compact nest of fire proof safes and desks and chairs, w here the heavy buinsss of tbu great es tabltalishmun is transacted, aud all the rfl'uirs of the house regulated aud kept in order. ' Hero, loo, is the Advertising IVpart luoiit, in which five clerks aro constant ly engaged in examining tho column of the thousands of journals tbrognh wqicli the great Hulmliold communi cates with tbo world al large. Each clerk has his range of papers, aud when tbe mails corns ia these are properly assorted and examined, and a record made of tbo service rendered by ths printer on such and such a date. On one side of this room are the newsja per shelves, all carefully labeled, and in these are kept for ths month or ths week, as the case may be, the different journals with which Hnlmbold does busiuess. Continuing yoar journi.y toward tho west, yoa come to two little boxes, oud on each side of the room, in ouo fcf w hich Hclmbold boles court This is a most tastefully furnished oflicn; and tbe other, that of the chief clerk, is like unto it. Now yon enter the wholesale depart ment, which you Cud filled with botes and cases, all bearing ths name of the man who prepared their contents, and all lubeled for points on tho earth' surface as fur distant frou New Yoik as tbey are from each other, lfore are ftva casiwi for a planter in Brazil, and there are a acure for a druggist in Am terdam. t ( In Ibis comer yon s a dozen more which will be sent by the neit steamer 0) Run 1 rsncisi r, ftnd ta that, still aa other dozen marked for Valparaiso. Hard by is a vast pile of almauaca, 10,000 all told, to I mailed or upresa ed to day to nearly vrry KUte in the Union. These are in Eiii'lieh. Here are also German almanacs, and Span ish, and French, which will in a few days be read and pondered over by far off kffm'T lo hi plain Anglo-Saxv-on is unknown. Down in tbe bsAement are tbe chem ical works. Here are prejirwl a large amount of ths remedies wjbieh have mads Helmbold famous J'.y far the laboratory in j-niiotieipnia, wnere n asx.ua IT, Lands constant)- at work. l . ,.11111' . 1 Tbs etitrsuc to tbe wholes! depart ment is on Crosby-f., 275 ft from tbs fronton Broadway. It is festiuisted that two and a half millions of acres of land io South ('aro bea.fnfly one-half tbs whole amount improve!, 1 -offered for sale, and the average price &jt not txc4 six dol lars an acre.