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Lnw of VrrmoHl. lion, if. wlft. he tUwi rt snthtt ctt'gory al all.! It wt br nonius iwn mkhicIi for ibat iir- , sKcni'.r.Mtr OK STATR-JS OfTICKJ pt?r luppr trrn ustcr. Ill trouble joo fori .Vo-rrrnua Not i nam 3 IftJ. tht f.'' brtrVly mhJ Flvdfr I Vm o-li) Hri 1i,c futWtnt I'uohc Arlt of ihe Uerwral At 4rjrJ timrnctt motu.i ij one) vasi doivi j emin, pakw-j i anc km temion wirrroi. worn mini- .hi,.7 i , ,j .i ,nf wOnJiv afffcampijfne punch an rtrTlciiiit(; nuuccier ' on numtwr t..i, it-four. ir.rlumr, tie l.cic , mniir n i.u . . ""h " --- A. . . . in i l..r I " " sago oi the Appropriation urns 11115 mo emu . . -i rtndlbc Sntale mil fcoM a hk lam upon .rcond mate ami nine of ihn c,iipoii irio wicck Kitxutitc appointments. , ' T '. !. hjci ' 110 ' f, a ' f," fa L I - . - I . I l.??L Irt.M Sxii r am trill tit fill, i ltti.. I , 1 1 .niii.I. L- ,Mw,m ,.m. lull nan i. it am vrru oim-u nun vu. ..... 'V , , , , ll . .m . .L.... i . i. i f r'tC... ...i.. i ;,.; i.i... lt lniiLincc u.ii Civrn ilu W, IOCII II UC nilIICillUII Ul tu nv . uia t.v , - pins aixlluillf Kp jflarirtj icrfm aiJ:hy ti"cnfU lof .ul;.iclum w tin nep ttutuuaffgmt.twmri bv frolic nJ finnl f puwi.nw in inu nur, .Srcawy w iiic eie. br ihe brrtxc of i-icitrrnrrit n 'pttin fpfecl' Thru 'rrf to b no iJwily lit). of tbr av in 1ii rctplttiJttit MOfM lloiv many nraciieal nbi lotonhert bfl failtJ in the umo nunutt ! It 'he irn pniahh nrrrt no bo Jiv:ovrrn) ? A r tvf alnayi to rotnc dnmi to the plain reality at lail 1 l.Vitrnchrllp rotsW not rr.diire tha thouslit Mora aye nne, if you nlraio."' 'Maris yoti evrr trinl foro 7' ttlittprrd .Spiflli 'Vent ; ibcrr'i con-iJcratlo fun l faro, when you are up lo it.' Spifflit.cn! patif.l the botilr SlvJer IovMir hylle hid netcr tnoJ tiro, Inn hnlil try it, ami thought that ho rather like! it. At Irng'lh he had rracheil the iiiMt 7'Aire. Tho 'somdhintr to te hippv with.' hail, to all nppcarnnce, btcn foanJ. Itetlheifller wai but a goose, lie knew not rvhere to look for tho 'perpetual motion' the ererltjUnR jog to ihc fijjjrin pirit. Hut the ton or our tpecfl'brrtiaf the mil of tho race. He who more mofl raphfiy. it sooncji at (he close of hit career I'm.- u fickle, nnl Slyflcr Dawnc liylle, in 'hisieal to pile ftijoymcnt Uon rnjoy mtnt, tn l hsppv if possible, Am'1) sevcrnl nhings j nt a timo, h.-ul unluckily a habit of not taking crrn ,hj faro 'pUn , he netuid tynip also in that cfier -Vjjcinoraaght, and at hU'Jicad, batno .warm, ""thii cool arooutit of bis pockctTrntlud quickly w way. Slyder Ilawnchy'llo was n cashless man his researches after felicity had not only proved uii tuccrssful, but had left him without tho means of 'further prog resiion, no wns bcmircu half-way cwampcil as it wore in sight of port Even spilflj It'cns cut him dead. Thn tailors desired 'no more of his custom his apartments at the hotel were Mnnti!. The 'credit system,' was out of. fisliion. T'insncicring had been clipjK-d in its wins. How doleful looks tho candle when cnppfd with nn ex tinjuisher. Thn wounded squirri'I drops from 'limb to 'limb. Tho world has many wounded squirrels, besides thoso (hat crack nuts 'to earti a 'liring. Just such a squirrel was Slyder I)owne hylle, comptdled before he reached the top of his nspiring hopes, to abandon every step that he had loilfully surmountnl. 'How he now obtained any ihinjr to cat, is not exactly known His mode of obtaining somn- ithingto drink, is, ifnot original, certainly iugen- ous. tu never goes to tho pump, having no tus'.u lor iivtimutics. iNor does ho hu l water with I I T . I 1 T- . i.jiti uvui. no nau a more tuccuvo itviji man that. Ho lounges in bar rooms, and ns his old ncquaintrnces, searchers after happiness not yet brought up with a 'round turn,' go thereto drink, fl lift tl.l r l n eiil Sin liwl lminl In nini'inllnn ! !M nstonishing to sco how very solicitous he become; in referencu to iheir health. 'How do jo do, Mr. Jones. Tic not had the fleasuro of seeing you for a longtime. How hare you ueen Pretty well, Downchyllc, pretty well, 1 thank .you but excuse mc Hibo andil nrc goiny to try iomcthing.' ' Why, ah thank you, I don't care mmih if I do join. Tho tialo brnndy, yes that will answer,1 would ba Slyder Downehylle's response under ruch circumttances, from wliich it is apparent tint misfortanc hay-soracwhat injured his stnse of hearing. Statute. J. U M. fHArri:. Sctrttery f Statt. M 1-,.N KCT. riIM(i TUT. 1IMU3 lOft iioi.uim; Tii:ctn;.trv trouifrs jx wash. imstox cou.vrv buvnrii to 1h! done Should the Ilmiie rrrxM the one hour rule, as the Icos ibrtotui to do, aud llicreby pne every member libcity to use nt much time "as he plcasi s, any should the txcitint: nuesticm of tlrennnexa- .. . . . . . . . .. itiouuf Tciai to ihc Union, bo introduce thtic ''7"5W 7 ):tHt,al is no knouingl how long Congress may sit. of Ike tnlt of I ermenl nt foitnirs : j ' Sr.r I, 'I he county court for lhe county of tMiuii'ton. shall be hrlJ at Montpclicr, in said county of 'jhington, on the ihinl Tueedaw o :l j . ., ... i .. ' uprii anu iovrini'T in racu year. r?rr 2 Such of the provisions of the net Jo which this is an amendment, ns are inconsistent with tho provisions of this acl. arc hereby re pealed. Approved Nov. 1, 1313. No " -AN ACT iU'.HTINf! TO TIIK SALE Qr' I'ltOI'KllTV OS KX'KCOTIOJi. Jl it hrrtlv enictttl by the CStntral AtttmUv of Ihr Stale nf Xemnni, at fcllotct: Siu- I When an ollicer, holJmg nn elocution, LOSS OF THE PACKET SHH' SHEF FIELD' Tho Packo: Slrip Sheffield, C'npt Popham, frwn Uverpool for this port, was lost on Homer Shoals on Saturday nftcinoon, during the huavy gale from East, South East. Thu Sheffield wns one of .Mr Kcrinit's line, nnd had a vnluoblo car go. There were 13 cabin and 9.'J steerage pas scngers, all of whom were saved, after having been in a most perilous situation for fourteen hours. Mr. Urooks. oftho Express, wasoneoftbo pas scngers, nnd from the pen of that gentleman, we THE HEKALIX TIIUi:siAV IHOItiMfttt, thalNcvy the snmc on hay, grain in the straw, give the followind graphic account of ihc disus- potatoes, timber, lun.lier.Tiridt. lime. coal. char, tcr: Slyder Downchyllc is supposed to bo yet about 'town, looking enrncstly for his yd undiscovered happiness, l'he'last time he was seen by a cred ible witness, they noted him busily employed m playing 'All Fours,' in front of John Gin's holste- coal, ashes, machinery used in any shop, mill or l.ictory liMes in the procen of unnmn-, coru wood, stun'1, oie, bark, shingli'9, hivts of bets, or hayjscalcs, hohall forthwith advertise tho same for sale, by setlinp 'un nn advertisement at some public place in thn town where such property wns taken, in wliich he shall enumerate such property, nnd slate the time when tho same will b 6o!d, ehher nt tho place wherothu same k kept tiy such otticcr, or nt eucli public tilaco. wliich nmu shall not tic less than fourteen days from sel ling up such advertisement .Sue. 2. bo much of section four of chapter lorty-two oi'inc-Kevisni htntutes, as is inconsistent with the pronsions ot this act, is repealed. Srx 3. This act shall take effect from and ufter ils passage. Approved Xov. d, 18-13, No. AN ACT, HULATIXO TO COSTS IN CIVIL ACTIONS. It it hereby enacted by the General Atttvibiv of the Stale of Vermont, as filloxct : br.c. 1. In all civil actions now pcndin? in any court in this state, in which the bankruptcy of .1 l r l . tttt t . tnc ucienuant snail uo pleaded, uiul thu uc- fenllant shall prevail solely hv reason ol such Ilea, the Uefen'dant dhafl recover .no cost against the plaintitr, Sr.c. 2. In nil actions which may'bo hereafter entered, in which the bankruptcy of the defend ant -shall 'be pleaded, and the tlcfcndunt shall prevail solely by reason of such plea, tho court may rillow or disallow costs against tho plaintiff, in thoir discretion. Six;. 3. This net lwll tolco cfTccUfrom and nf- rtor its passage. Approved iov. 1, 1813. No. '4. AN ACT, IIKI.ATINO TO THE DUTIES OK CIIANCE1.LOIIS. ii hereby enacted by the General AssemLlu of the State of Vermont, at follows: Sec. I. Each Chancellor in this stato shall have power to do any net. or make nnv order nr decree, shortof a final ortlcr or ilecrcc. in anv ...... .1.... m -i i -i .. : J tuusc uiui nray uy law oe uone oy llio Ulianceilor within the judicial circuit for which he may be designate.!. Src. 2. 'I'iis act shdH ta'ko clTcct from and af. ter its passage. Approved iov. 1, 1813. No. ."..-AN ACTUELATINO TO NEW TRIALS. It tm Um-L. 1... ll - S a -ti . - .... . 1 fitfciu i rMiLirii ii ii iir uwrnrrni iitmm ?i ne, a game probably selected as cinblemalica ofLe n. c v J IIS now creeilin!? coniliticn. tin Iniiniri- nn mnrr . i n 1 . . . io iieuuoii snail uo susiaincu under the pro- .! r .i . .i . .i ... . his now creepinc condition. He louniri-s no more in f.ishionnblo rciorls. Champagno punch is a mere remeniscenco. His Uivnuins nrc convert eU mto'long nines, anl his bibulalions arc at two cents a glais, making up in piperino pungoncy, Thntthey lack in 'deliciiey of'flavor. He is sadly cmaciatcdaird in rill respects con siderably the worso for wear, while a hollow cough indicates that his physical capabilities have proved inadcfjiiateto the requirements ol his meth od of employing lifu, nnd are' f.ist 'dropping to pci ces. BlyJcr Downchyllc is cons-quently mo c mulancholly Uian ncr. He is troubled with doubts. Perhaps ho may have proceeded upon ail error, parhaps the prmeiplc, the high pressure principle of his nctiou was not the right one. It may be thai excitement is not hnppiness that our pleasures are fleeting in tho proport'on to their .intensity thai indeed if 'life bo a feast,1 the a mount of satisfaction lo be derived from h, is rath- er'diminishcchhan.incrcascd by swallowing the viands hastily and by having a Tree recourse to condiments, mrd thru a -physical economy is as wisonnd . ns necessary to well being, ns economy ofany kind. He is almost led to suppose that his 'something lo be happy with' is n fallacy ; he never could hold it within his grasp, and he in clines to the belief that n man probably does well to have n home in himself, that' he may not nlway 'bc-compclled lo run abroad for recreation, or to nppearto his sensesto give vivacity to the hour. I fit were his luck lo begin ngain. perhaps 'he might try the tack thus indicated Bat that hdl Jowcour'h I Our experiences oft reach their cli max too late; yet olhcrs may'Icarn by thc eiam pie of Slyder Downchyllc. Fattkxino TritKrvs On lookiag over tomn old papers a few days ago. wo came across thc followwf.'curious mode of fattening Turkeys. At Thanksgiving is near at hand it may prove in Mcrestin to somecf our readers : ' In the winter df ISlS.'lt), n gentleman in this city made the followinfj exterimrnL Tl nUmi a'.UJrker in an enclosure about four f.rl long, two 'feel wtJo, and three or four fi high. Hcoxcluded as much light as he could without preventing a circulation or air, nnd fed tho turkey with sof; .brick broken into pieces, with charcoal also brol-. rn, and with six grains of com per day. Fresh tvas'dally supplied. The box or coop in t-ich the turkey was placed he always locked up with his own han'ds, and is perfectly cenfidtnt thai nobody uolcrfurcd uilh the cxpcnmrnL Al lhe end of one month he invited a number of Jin neighbors and among others, iwo pynciani The turkey, now very large and heavy, was kill i r "PneJ ? l,"e plysicianc, and was lonnd to visions of chapter thirty-three, entitled "Of N.iv l rials," section eighth anil ninth, unless brought within two years .next after.the justice.'fl jud"-- iiicnt. Skc. 2. So much of section nine of said chan ter, as requires such petition to be preferred at the ursi or second staieu icrm ol tho eniinly court, af. tcr the rendition of lhe justice's judgment, is here- Dy repraicu. Approved Nov. 1. 1843. No, r,.--AN ACT, nr.I.ATINO TO ASSIGNMENTS. Jl it hereby enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Vermont, at follows Si:c. I. All gencrril assignments, hereafter made by debtors for Ihc'bencfit of creditors, shall be null nnd-voiU as auainst tho rrliinr. nr llebtor?. Sec. 2. This act shall take edict from and after its psssaco. Approved Nov. 1, 1913. Nn 7 AN ACT. RELATING TO THE 8AL1' OF I'llOPF.RTV ON ATTACHMENT 'ON A ENSE I'llOCESS.IN ADDITION TO CHAPTER TWKN. TV-I 1GHTOF THE K E V I S K n si a T I n r REVISED STATUTI'.s. It is herely maeltd by the General attembfy of the State of Vermont as fdlotcs : ii .... n nen any aitaciimg olhccr-shall sell any nrcn. erty in pursuance of section forty-six, foity-seven, iuii;,-iKi.i, luny-iiiiie nnu nny oi cnapter twenty, eight of tho Tlcviscd Statutes, ho shall, within thirty days thereafter, make a return of his sale and doings on the writ iion which ihe attach ment was madh, and return iho writ with his do. ings.to ihe justice who signed such writ, or to the clerk of the courtto winch such writ is made re turnable: Provided, incase lhe elcfiJrntant in such writ should confess a judgemrnt to the plain till, before he makes such return, fhrn nr, nir,rnr shall mako his return to lhe magistrate before whom such judgment is eoufesse'd, Approved Nov. 1, 1813. No, 8.-AN ACT. nr.LVTING TO EXEMPTIONS FROM ATTACHMENT. h it htreby enacted ly the General Attembly of the Stale of Vermont, That there be addcU to rciion iniricrn ol chapter forty-two of the Re yisrd Stitutes, as clasue sixlh, five bushels of grain in ndditiou to the grain now rsempt ; and three s warms of bees and hives, together whh their pro duce in honey Approved Oct. 31, 1843. THE NEXT CONGIuiss! TheVhllivMphia National Forum, speak'w At 7 o'ctock'the Sheffield lorrk on board JVm Love, one of tho New York Pilots, about thirty live or fuiiv miles Jiom the city. Jhouind was fair and with cverjiniVct ofconcludinjr a Iwis tcrous and protrnc-.3f voyage erf 37 days upon the : ' .--l..rt in Al, nr.. I. 7UIIIU I. tlllll. JXIt HUUUI I. U 1.IUVA 11IU lill. lands could be seen, and though a heavy ruin nnd mist were lulling, the lighthouses were distinctly scon by urll in the ship. The -chip had been run- nine direct or tlio land, nnd could not "have been a belter course lo have taken her direction for the bay or city "The ship accordingly wns put on a new track, and with the design, we believe, ol making btu tcn Island light After n sufficient time had been given, as hail teen supposed, to make the light on shore, a sharp lookout was lcpt on all sides The breeze wns brick, and the sale was gradually re duced until about half ihe-canviiss of tho ship was spread. Some sasponse and un'icty was becoming npparant upon the part ol the officers ot tho ship, but the pilot seemed to givo his commands with a confidence that gave the strongest assurance that ho'knew whero he was, and that all was well. Two minutes before tho ship struc'k,two men were lashed to tho rigging, with orders to mako ready lo cast Icatl. TJic orders had not been given When tho ship struck, once and again, gently nl first, but the blows increasing in forco until tho last, for thc moment scemcll to "have .a force sufi cicnt to 'destroythe strongest ship. A scene of consternation followeel, which few can imagine, nnd which no one can describe. From the most boyant hopes, Which had utter anccTroin a hun'drcd'hearts and more, as'lan'd hall 'been seen Tor lhe first (imo for weeks, (he sccno was changed to one Of lhe greatest gloom anil de spondence. Tho passengers from their cabins and stato rooms, whero they had been preparing-themselves for home, and friends anil land, instantly rushed !o the deck. Groans, shrieks an'd prayers were, everywhere auuiule, and a scene ol confu sion was threatrictl,which corlld only 'be overcome by iho most determine?! conduct upon flic part of Captain Popham. In tho excitement of (he mo ment, before real Hanger was ihrcatnetl, Ihe stecr- age passengers thought df nothing but their per sonal sarcty, nnu began their ellorts by making use df tho readiest mean provided for their securi ty. A word and a blow, promptly and timely given by way ot example, nnu the eticct or restor ing order till oil were rescued from a condition which every moment becamcmoro anil more per ilous. The win'd was'blowin?: stronsrlv E. S.'E. When the sliip struc'k, and the rain was falling in torrents. The mist shut out the shore Tor the lime, with oc casional glimses, however, which made our fate and conUition visible, we hoped, to all arrontl us. A gleam of hope in lhe si'lit of land grew into a sight of thanksgiving nnd exultation, when the ship was discovered once more to be floating Hut darkness an'd blows soon camo ocain and 'heavier lhan'before. The altcreU scene'for a mo ment was tho most impressive wc hail ever seen. and despair nnd resignation were, the alternate leeimgs ol all. 1 he rising and falling df the ship as she was beaten end 'driven'bythe waves, was most uneaithly wu had ever heard. Every thing was shaken and jarred as the tide fell. The ship, though strong as orile and iron could mrikc her, was too weak to fight out such a contest. One by one the mizenmast, mainmast an'd fore mast, had been hewn down and driven into iho sea. A noble ship under full sail at one hour was a dismasted wreck tho next, and llie sccnnas quidklv changed from beauty to desolation. "Night sooii came far loo soon for those who had anticipated and dreaded passing a night in a spot so desolate. nut a Kind providence kindly camo tonho relief of the sufferers, first in changing lhe wind from South-east to North-west, and secondlv"bv aliritrht moon, which rose between eight nnd nino o'clock. i iiecnango ol wind nnd tide gave ns more quiet than hadince the ship struck, and a double hope of SafetV. Blue lifhls nnd rnrl-i-l. lmd before the moon rose, nnd signal of distress was living whiloTtoe matts-stood during the day, but day nor night thus far bad afforded tho expected relief. The hours of the nicht nasscd slonlv and ;y, and every moment the water was gaining i the ship. -rl . . ... ......... be filled ud win; hi ' ,"r : . : : ; .' ",c nn,rs ,n ,ne. n cong,, ys par- .J 7 1 , -". j tin anu in a singular pos t .fllUKUv, M.HtilDff MS! found but a residuum other nt fluff m"M,l.1 -:. llKSTHUCTlVi: FIIIK ThU town Im never been visited with a fire no iliviMious a a on the evening of tlio 1 8th Inst, at MID Villaen. two miles West of the Court IIouic. tho valuublo I'apcr Mill, owned principally and occupl ed by Mr.rs. II. Henderson .t Co , iho largo (JtUt Mill, owned by Duct. James I'ortcr, and a small dwelling houso were destroyed. Tho loss 111 ex ceed, probably, Si 5)000, tnd no insurance ujion ei iber the buildings, or ihc Mock or paper In tha paper mill, lhe paper mill liadtcn,within a lew month thoroughly icpaircd, nnd an application made to an Insurance rompauy 4o .procure ampin insurance upon the building, machinery and stock of tha pa per mill; and in order lo havo tho grist mill rom plcted, and lhe whole .property Insured at once, the buslnesi was "dclnjed a few days the company, in tho -mean time, keeping a watch in the mill every night. Messrs. Henderson & Co. had on hand about ten tons of ingtfsomo fivo hundred teams ol paper, and various articles used in tho manufacture of paper, all of which weio destroyed. The Chist Mill had been under repairs, and was just completed ready to run, and, it is understood, would havo been started on Monday. A matbkj mill in tho tamo building with tho grist-mill was also principally do stroyed. The firo was first discovered about 10 1-2 o'clock I. M., in a one story building, used as a size house, between the paper mill and the store attached to the mill. Thcro was some wind at the time, and so rapid was tho progress of the firo, that but very lit tle was saved from lhe store r tho mill. .Tho fire soon reached the grist mill, and but a few minutes elapsed before the whole was a mass of brilliant flame; and within an.hour most of tho framo woik of tho two-mill had fallen within tho walls ol the basement stories. Tho basements of the two ,m!lls were heavy walls of stone, and aro much injured from the intense heat. Two dwelling houscs.stantl- ing upon the hill gome twenty rods from the mills, were only saved by keeping them constantly net. I lie lire is supposed tohavooricinated from somo lime stored in casks in tho size house, and which had been exposed to lhe rain before it was put into mo building, iso fire had been kindled in tho size house fur a week, and tho calamity cannot bo ac counted for, but from the limo having been so much wetted as to produce sufficient heat to set tho catlm on fire. The night was extremely dark, but the blaziog mass affordod sufficient light to enable us to see distinctly tho buildings of our village, and to guide us on our way .to iho sccno of the fire. Theilots falls heavily upon tho enterprising own ers of Ihe property. SECOND DISTKICT. JACOB COLLAMEU ELECTED. The returns from tho second district nrc ail in, and Jullgc Collaincr'is clcctqll by 500 majority. GnoncrA. The Lcgislator-of Georgia assembled at Milledgville on tho 'Cth Inst. Hon. Charles Dougherty (whig) was elected president of the Sen ate, by a majority of three; the voto stood 47 for Dougherty (whig,) and 4'4 for Echol (loco. H. I'. Hardeman (whig) was elected clerk of iho Senalo by 7 majority. In the House, Charles J. Jenkins, of Ilirhmond, (whig) was elected Speaker, by a majority -of '43 votes. Mr Fcrrill (whig) was chosen Clerk. Whig majoiity on joint ballot, -10. NEW ITIH.Ica I i.s aih ktt'J .sWy. publhlaM i,, i & (u , Now Yoik. ' i This lllilo work orw; T, , ftr lated to assist the beginner ti 'u what Aatromimy K and nnv ltfl introduction for a mmo cUcnMio wlJti ' 'subject, ll U twiitcn in a ta,m u " 1 droit would M unco become l..li icic ! , ' True, as the motto of this lntte wUmr ti ! ' ' "Ho who begins rl3lit, !,. nc , a parant place a volume in t!, lu,,J,f upon a subject tlie cannot enmpitt,,. will soon heromo ili.guted with the " will inrnrlably produce a dhhke fuf,he , t self. For sale by Win. Ward. I'j.u., . ' Lectures to Yous M,n-or the UV t c I., h. Lithrop. I'ublMicd 1? J i; t,, . New York. This little volume rnnuini a course or.. dehvoiod before the Young Men'. AiWu, ' Auburn, N. Y., and at then roquet hi, J The author disigned, in tliishnie ImxjI, iO Po!! tho dangers and tomptatii.ni to hkh u ' are exposed In early life, ami t!,e ,mpiuii"'T, cd principles and stability nf purp.nr, m c jfl t f capo tho influence of bad examples, ,n , and immorality In every form. For ivlt ), Ward', Catileton. I'oetyy forthe Ymng . Moral and V.r,W . rubhshed by John S. Taylor St Cn.S V i ,7 i-rji.l.'J.,J, .. .. ' J . 13 n B.io coucl,on Ofl'u.m,. ul.e,..,.t Ji "I'i mtcttte finH ... wic u.ji.k nnu natc a on;;j, rut wiry, IV I ftale by M m. W ant, ("astlutun, OmnoN's Knjirc. Tho Harpers of N,w Yntklnn commenced the publication nf CibW Decline ir Fall of tho Human Empire, in tho cheap forn u tho day to bo complete in 15 numhert of IM.i gcs.at the low prico of twenty-five cents a numfcri Tho samo publiihcrs are issuing the coroj works of Hannah Moore, at 25 cents a number .Host of the old standard works Mill be irtri'., ' in the cheap form, and will be placed witluu t reach of all, whose means would not admit of rji- chasing tho old editions. Isaac Doolittlc, of Bennington, Vt., by sn is. genious combination of machinery, makes bane t out of the raw stuff, and better barrels than coru from the hand of iho cooper, nnd withal) cliugv it tali'rs any wood nnd IaIiioii3 tin: staves bonding, adapts lliem, makes a tight fit, and ' -pletes the barrell in all but putting on the h It is a whole cooper's shop in itself, nnd shoui. Irncl tho attention of those engaged in parlvit; beet, pork, cheese, .c. Tho above we cut from nn exchange papa, Wc learn Mr. Doolittle's hsrrrll machinery ' trnc'fd r;reiit ri'tentionat the Fair of American It stituti in N( iv York, and was awarded a uUt mcdn'l, w'hich wns the highest premium on ma chinery. "Wc tindrstand measures nrc talifn " secure a patent, and then themachino will lei' Tcrcd for. sale. Tho ancxation of Texas to the Union is likely to become a troublesome question, to be agitated in (he coming session of Congress. The Prcsi. dent in his forthcoming message will rccomtnd tho measure, and it remains to bo seen what congress will Ho with n't. This subject has been brought before the Brit ish Parliament by the Minister ofl'orcign Affairs and the following passages are from the speeches of Lord Eroughon and Lord Aberdeen. Says :Lord Brougham: "Tho markets frem whence they (the people of iexasj oiunin uieir supply ol slaves were Geor gia, tho Carolinas nnd Vircrinin. wliich Staips enn. strmtly sent tht;r surplus slave population, which wouia oincrwiso bo a'burden to them, to tho Tex an market" Thit made him irrcsistnbly an xious fortheabo liiion of slavery in Texas, for if it wcro abolished there, not onl would the country be cultivated by free nnd whito 'labor, but it would put a stop to the habit of breeding slaves for the Texan market. conarquenco would be, that they would solve this Ureal question in the history of the United States, for it must ultimately end in lhe abolition of s arc's in America. 11c, therefore looked forward most nnxiusly lo the abolition of slavery in Texas, ns he was convince! that it would ultimately end in thcnbolilion of slavery throughout the whole of A merica. He knew that tho Tcxans would do much as regarded the abolition of slavery, if Mcx. IDA AnilM 1,. !...!.. . . a . . . .vuui uc iiiuuccu to recognize their indcpcn- heavi upon I he passengers were driven first from the" la dies' cabin to tho cabin aft, hence to tops of'the dining tables, and thence they were borne to the round house and -(One account says that Captain Popham caricd the ludies on his back lo the upper deck iho water gaining on the ship every mo ment, and with a fearful and imcxpoctt3 rapidity, as the water roso when Iho lido was receding. dance. soon alter one o clock a distant sign or relief was If' therefore, hj our pood offices, wr, could tret visible All eyes were turned to it end ,n a Tew ,c Mexican fomnment to a knowlcdg tho in 7 .V .i T "-."" - uepenasnce oi Texas, he w,u d sucirest a hone steamer from lhe city." Another rocket nnd the , il.m ;t m:i ;....' . i ', T.i,f . ""P1 ... iiiiliiv ivi iiiinuii! in mn nrmnimn rti ciifr in Texas, and ultimitely the whole of the South crn States of America." Lord Aberdeen (Minister of Foreign Afiairs) ... .V,.,, . . KJ'Col. John Trumball died in tho city of TS'cw York on Friday morning last, ngfci 87.- I lu was nid to Gen. AVnsliiiiglon in lhe I f'iua 'ionary "NVar, nnd painted that widly circulated picture, "The Signers of the Declaration of Ind pcntlancc." tC3" An old man in Philadelphia, niiintd J scjih Sarnpion, wns committed to prison for steil ing a pair of chickens. The reason he allfdgfd for committing the theft, was this, being destitute of a home, he stole lira chickens to obtain one io llio penitentiary. Jl"A monster named, Doyle, Little Hock (A' kansas,) killed his wife on the 20th tilt, by ponnr? hot rosin and grease on her head which run in!, hor bosom and down the"back of her neck. The woman's screams were brard halfa mile's distance her bend being coated over with the rosin. Tk man escaped but was finally found dead with la throat cut from ear to car. Gov. Bouck has issued his proclamntion, a pointing Thursday, Dec. 14 to bo.obsfrudaf i day of Thanksgiving by tho people of N York. Suockino. A man by the name nf CbsWfk moved his family, consisline of his wife and t children, into a houso near the tho rail-road ! pot, in Newark N. J., on Thursday last, and te J veiy much fatigued, they retired to real earl in t evening. A gentleman passing that way dtcotei ed the house to bo on fiio and thiew a stuns m'j t' window to arouse the inmates. 1Ue man prun from his bnd:nd had barely timo to escape out tf doots. when he heard a shriek, arid in moment t whole house was enveloped in flames. Hit and both children, aged 11 and 10 years, ) lcra ed to death. a iaig ; feet 3 Mr Joel Mayo ofWalpole, N. H . s,'l nrm !il. m, !, imli nil.. rneasuriOl! bichcs from tip to tip of wing, and when fhmg loc,k cJ as large as a full grown lurkey, Maixi:. Tho election of .Members tf .... . I li 1 1 gress to fill iho four vacancies ocuinn' last on board was thrown up, and fortunately it was seen uy inose w no was coming io our rescue. Two o'clock brought the steamer along side, anil all heaits gave loud acknowledgements to God for a mercitui deliverance. i n.i uu i... n- one ihareoil andbriek. To conclude (be .lamina tion MtisTaetonlly, the turkey w as eaten, and found to very good. inter he again repeated the .experiment wuh lhe same iuccc-e. O.x c asked his friend, why bcin a stout msn himself, ld nwarrtt io small a wife ' Why my friml,' mk he, 1 ihoaghtihat you Lad known t3X pj all crib tc should cHooie ihc -leas.' I, . ' " ".tn 9i cinicmn aiefi uy pis nohlu fr r! .e..?"-r!lere ''OT. P8'""?"'. ' He wa, sure that he neeS hardlj sayZ 0 ion ,.. ,n "x I v- .".,, ,,u,,,ucr; !....., u, , ,rom was more anxious (ban himself m . j t - s vtiL.ii i inn nfifinrAO ivrruti' mm I it r tt m rtr 'i'h . - (tuuf imwmim i. i nr rxepiiiiv iiortrtmM ' ' . t .1 -iwuvi i h; b ur ui rim. itintirr in nrm of course, m ,he h,nd. M the Tvlrr W X ! KIW T.?JY' T! ,ion' diJ " "iso from indifference k Senate ,n thoeo of the Whig,, nnd .he Hi of ld b S Kta Much V m.rnrf 1 ''U,,0,? JT ,n "'e prr' nt &,a"! of Hrprrsenlativr-s in norrsion oflhe-Fl.a n-m f .? .. '""V","11 10 l.B- ."V' rem.a' negotiations between tho countries in m.oMinn ii n.:. -r. i u, mcwaier nau now risen neariv io me ceiiinrmi i,i . ..-t .. . . . . . : . m, p..0 o, ,ne parties wfl .prevent ,he 8hin.ard the best .unnoscd nlaco of safW nST,. ' l"?"1'? 10 "lc r"a '" ' view ocrars. lx-mg pe-wfd, or measures adopted, ofta distinc tive imiy liwL, The TriT it at least safe, be yond iIki reach of th who would repeal it an prcpriKrnrs xiilhc dsety watchd bv both HetA- ed io li the worst, the ship havmg fallen uriS hcr KStf W"" M " ' "'f- f starboard side, filling the cabin and Mate room. ' S Z " 'L. r CM T"1" ,,,S- "blc wiih water. At a qSartr pait three the t.eamej ' i.fel Uf3'"? ' ,fi "-q01"", lnving.h, carliaof ,C thip, the fi,u ScS KKff .ff ing to make a choice lat September, took p- on Monday 13th inst In the 3d Ditto" Us"' Severance, whig, Kditor of the lvennebf ' al was tlcctcel by over one thousand msj-' : The other districts not heard from. Massachusetts KllcthiS- -' ' ' r ' Election for Governor, Ugislature anu' Mt( of Congress, fee., took place. io. yUmtW Monday, 13th inst. All towns Ijut one brsr - -and they stand for Briggs,(wbig)- 5 Moiton, (loco J'r"r Alolition and' Scattering ' Brigs' majority over Motion is tfl' u Abolition and scatteriog.vrA-s. prevtet as. by the people. whig?, e"1 The Senate will staad W & House 173 HV CO V Therefore; as tlic'Uos.uc is whiby n Ii'