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II tMIOVUL'TI.V IX Ol'TMItaX.
It.I.lNOI. A lalo No. of ibc Sh.iwncetown Advocate contain an accouul of the partial breaking up or a gang of dc pcradoca, who havo fur years past committed their depredations in this and adjoiniag Stales. Some of them are prominent residents of White Co., III.; amtWlf Wand, Kv., Menu to havo been the centre of their 05 ora tions. The band was discovered not long since, through the failure of an attempt of on of their ringjeadcia to murder ft Dr. Swajne, of Ky., who had recovered a judgment of Rome u n tbou!ivl flollars against Newton K. Wiight, of Wolf Island, another prominent member of the gfitig. In May, 18f;0, Wright gave Abe Thorn (iH,'a desperate character, of White Co., III., one hundred and fifty dol lar to murder Dr. Swaync. Thomas failed in the attempt, hut shattered the arm of Swaync with a pistol. Through a singular chain of ciroutn Ftanrcs, Thomas was discovered and arrested more than a year afterward., and through his disclosure?, a clue ha3 been obtai icd to the operations of 1111 extensive- Iwly of villains, organ ised for the purpose of kidnapping, horse stealing, counterfeiting, .cc. One portion of their business con Fisted in kidnapping free persons of color, residing in tins state, ami run nhi" them booth and selling tiieni Another of their methods of spec ulatiii" ui niiTocs seems 10 nave neon mm. 11 iih.-iu.ii iii?iuii;kuui;. m follows : C Homo o1' their cmissa-! The Chief of Police. Mayor Kings lies would make a tour through some , land, and several members of the ..f tho neighboring slave StaU'S, en-j Common Council were among those ticinj slaves to run away, and pro- present. X Y. Jo.n: Commerce. . .. " .1 ...... 1,. .... . . . ... 1 t tiding mcir vicwim uu uh-uur m get to .Southern Illinois. Arrived there, the fugitives were arrested by others of the gang on the lookout for tho runaways ; fictitious claims to them were then' set up, and maintain ed by false testimony and perjury. The slaves were then taken into one of tho Slave States and sold. They carried on another species of swin dling ujion an extensive scale, by mean? of fictitious claims against es tates of deceased persons. Having iir-ed notes for large amounts against Mich estates, they would prove the , ' validity of the claim by some of the gang. In some cases they had gone so far as to take out a deposition, and wore provided with county seals and everything requisite to 'give their proof the semblance of legality. Tho Advocate thinks there is some prospect of breaking up the organiza tion and bringing its members to merited punishment. Gem of the J'rairie. KXECLTIOH OF Bu.VSOJi'AND DoUd j.asS. Tho's Benson (colored,) and Kdward I'. Douglass, convicted of the murder of the mate of tho bark Glen, were oxecuthd in tho yard in the rear of the Tombs, Friday morning, at 11 o'clock precisely. The morning was devoted to relig ious exercises preparatory to the excu tion. Rev. Dr. Hodgo, of Brooklyn, and Boveral other clergymen were pesent iii tho prisoncrs'cells ; also the 1 ninths of the rriminilR mouiers 01 me criminals. A temporary gibbet had been erect- ed and aUard often marines from tho Navv YaTd. under Lieut Norvell.who ' iiau occn r laceu at tnc disposal ot u.o -r . ... . - . Marshal, stood near , and five or six hundred persons, including a large body of police, occupied the vacant i(Tf rnni in run t-.i-io. i oners their death warrant, in their cells. They were then brought out, ' ,t. i i r nt i i ' i f ,? r'C,bcffC, 11 ,C Cl' C'Tr' ted by the Marshal and his deputies and tho clergv, to the sound of a I en i ' inuttleu drum. lhcir arms were fas.' tcnod behind them with cords, and ' m, aauressing vuugiass.intoimca hnn , l-ll IV n ...I that if he desired to say anything previous to his execution, an op- portunity was then ottered. Douglass replied, in a Steady voice: "The wages of tin aro death. I wish to say. he wages of sin are death; nn-1 1 am now receiving my wages You have my example before you. May you all take warning, and beware of small things ; elso you come to some preater, beforo long. I say to all Uosr.el. W rl.,no., rr,s,otPd bv ' ous inmates of the prison by placing'Cuba ii, ho vicinity of Nassau and.wh,cU cnc,'wl"S itor bears o the bits of looking-glais at their cell win-. Fullon streets. A procession, number-! glonouu Confederacy, a little love begins dows, also Avifuesscd the execution. ng about 100 young Cubans, subsc-' to manifest itself for Old Vermont and inriiAtia rit r n r 1 ri n rnwr iv iimnr. I'lirtn ni .nrmn si.A i'i Mars ha Ta mad ce read to the r.ns- ,"r" V imouyn me cuy, pre- tie i i i. i i i i .i 111:11 I'livinn i..nj liiin.i rumors rr mack caps were piaccu ioosciv on mcir : ; "." " ......... ... heads in the usual manner. " !h.e r?vot '' ,l,e ca,,?rn i;ar,1 of lh.e Their step was firm, and very little !"d- T ' ' ,r.C- emotion was manifested. The Marsh-' ZLT T..! " . " V :.. . 7 Z I .i "r, , .s . iwiui'iimii iii u;u i iinueu ill Hi the President) is not deserving oljCuba Tho Iiuml)tr of j,atroU ,iaJ ,cat'1 Mvollen to upwards of 'J00. Several U liming to Hensonjlio Marshal enqnir' engagements had tiiken place, in which, . . . I ed if he had anvthiii'' to say, to which he replied: '"'The act of murder, .-hooting or thrusting' was not 011C b.v me or by Clements. This I say before God and man." In a cahn and com posed manner, he added: "You see in ine what Christianity is aud what it mav enable vou to do. I will sin" ono verse of a hvmn." A hymn-book was thereupon placed in his hand, aud in a loud and cleir voics, the verse beginning , And let this fceblo body fail," was sung lr. Hodges and others uniting. Doug 1ms sang one line, but apparently not knowing tho tune, attempted to sing no further, lloth appeared resign'.! to their fate. The latter mtniifestcd very little emotion; while Henon seemed oonGdcnt ofspcedilv cntrrtng a hiavctd iubmuuc. I'rcv lion, to leaving his cell, he paid he was I V a ttiml lliArilllt Satisfied that he would go to heaven, UXUlUUlU cM lUlU. and was only waiting for the chariot ,TUfR,,AT mrK!ll3lo. to come and take him in. He was formerly a consistent member of a Con grcgational Church in Connecticut. Tho singing concluded, a short prayer was offered. It being then 11 o'clock, the prisoners bade adieu to tho Marshal and his aids, and to their spiritual advisers. Their caps were scarcely adjurted, when Deputy Marshal Itaktscwitz cut the ror.c ty a blow from an axe, and a heavy weight (470 lbs.) falling, both were iust.mtly suspended in the air. Douglass remained motionless and died without a struggle. Hcnson died harder. struL'i'lin" some, and appea- ring to bieatlic Tor a rnomont, wucn there was a convulsive heaving of the chest and shoulders. In about a half hour however the yard in the mean timo being cleared the v were cut down. Dis. Ocei and Metcalf. who had been supwiiacd by the Marshal, pronounced them dead, when their bodies were taken away for temporary burial. Every thing was conducted with 2rc.1t order and decorum. Doug- lass was (juitc spare, and of mid dling stature; ago 20 years. Rcuson u-ia OO itniira nf n (to shnrt. niul Rtoilt. According to their certificates of, burial.both were natives of this State. I he iormcr had lost much Ileal) since I his trial and had apparently, suffered 1 ill !. 1. i.. I .I!,...:. C'l'UA. Farther movements of the Cuban In surrrctinn ; Syinpatiiiing Mivcmtnts xn Jiciv lurl;. Xnv YoitK, July 28lh. Wc have to-ilay receivud full delnils of the news by the n'.eumer Isabel, at Clmrk'stou. She sailed from Huvnnii 011 thi! "2 2d in r . The aecoiiDts from Havana, Puorto Principe, and from other parts of the I:1:iii1, are exceedingly contradictory, l,u' private letters from credible sources leave no room to doubt that several towns arc in mms against the Govern men, and that the insurgents hnvo gained some ixlvuntages over the Uov erntnent troops. Al the last accounts tho town of Neu vita was reported to be in posse 'ion of 1000 of the patriot forces, and that the Government hud sent 2000 troops against them. On the other hand, it is stated that the Government had receiv ed by express, news from Puerto Prin pe to the ICth iiut., nod that the rebel, commanded by Joaquin Aguero, had been dijpersed by the Government trtnna find ll.at I n rv mint Im .if fl.si' ...... ....u .. iiuuiubia ui tli insurgents had surrendered, or were ready to surrender, on receiving assur anco of pardon. According to the Government organs, the whole Island, except in the vicinity of Puerto Principe and Neuvitas, is perfectly tranquil, and the Captain General cautions t lie public against heeding exaggerated rumors of disaffec tion, which are manufactured for effect ,t.I'c United States. i Here were out tew Spanish vessels I 'of war at Havana, scvernl haviii" sailed : ' s-vtrai 11.11 in aui u , ! for. 1 ucrl 1 "nc,P w."h trooP'- . I V. . .Tortt!i I .iwiimu iiiimiu jij iiiu jsuuci. one or uhoRI it! ,mmu( j Mt 1I T - In this city the Cuban llag has been floiltilicr to-ilnv from tho Kuti litiililino. and at an early hour this evening there1 .1 . . i l - 7 . "a"! " n,us,c- tare wM f 'wW. Wr 0'cus. oelore wlncli the iirocession halted, and iml UP shou,i f enthusiastic greeting, b "Washington, July 28. 1 "o iNntioimi mtellisenccrsavs that a PasstMSer by the steamer Isabel reports HW"II UUf illilir;,L.nts. T),e remainder of the reg imet had been publicly disbanded at Havana. The passenger alluded to has I also heard that the people ol tmn .Juan Jde los Remidios were in open insurrec- lion, and had established a provisional government. The loss of Col. Conti's " v , , : " .' '" r ,!".k,,,S of ,cow' ,vl"le crosS,n3 ",u Ciiakle&tox, July 25. News by passengers by tho steamer isatiei, arnven lo-uay, coi.nrm those re.cc Ted y 'y. t thj opening i M,n -nwnlillmi. " I I among others, lirigndier General Conli anu nine other, hpauisli officers were taken prisni.crs, nnd :)03 Spanish troops destroyed by the Patridts, whose numbers were hourly increasing. The Governor of Matunzu hnd informed the Captairi-Genvral that the Catalon Span Mi Cubans were about io unite against the Government, nnd nn outbrrak was hourly expected at Matanr.u, whence ihe Captain-General lvadordercJ troops. IZj' Some Americans, dining togeth er on tho 4th of July, nt Paris, emnlov ed a band of niuic, which, nftcr having w-voral times played the Marseillaise, wcia unlered by Ihe Police not to re pent it. The Americans did not give it up tut stood under their llag nnd houied out the revolutionary lirnin in full choru. The large rrowdaisem blediouud looked dccMedlj aitonia'ued. Ml IllCir ill HO ii ii j ti- SEPTEMBER ELKCTIOX, 1W1 SEPTEMBER t. WIIIC KOMINATIOM. For Governor, CHARLES K. WILLIAMS, For Lieut. Governor, JDX.IU8 0ONTIB8I. For Treasurer, QEORQE HOWES. For Senator t. Jonx Chowlky, of Mt. Holly. Jam eh K. Hyde, Sudbury. Elisiia Lai'Uam, Danby. For Judget of County Court. S. II. KEU.ooa, Tirtsford. Daunks Fkisdke, Middletown. For State's Attorney. Wakhkn H. Smith, of Rutland. For Sheriff. Jacob EI'GUKTON, of Rutland. For High Bailiff. Lkvi Uiugus, of Brandon. JmhJe f Probaltfor Diet. Jlutland. Hakvkv Iiunox, of Wallingford Judge ef Prolate for did Fair haven Alaxson Alle.v, of Fairhaven. "WINDSOR COUNTY. For Senators. WaUUBM CURMKrt, Danikt. L. Lyman, Asa B. Fostkr, Ciiosjiy Miller. For Judges of the County Court. IIamuhn Ci;tt, Calvin Fiikncii. For Sheriff. Louknzo Richmond. For Jligh Bailiff, Silas Wahuen. For State's Attorney, Warren C. French. For Judges of Probate, Salmon F. DtrrroN, John Portkb. IX UNION THERE IS STRENGTH. It is gratifying to witness the spirit manifested throughout the State in view of the coming election, and especially so is the encouraging (one of the Whig press in every quarter. It is true that light differences for a time existed in the ranks of the fraternity, occasioned doubtless by the dullness and stupidity of a few who couldn't see the necessity daily "renewing the covenant," and pledging their senlty anew to the Con stitution and the Union ; but ihu har monizing influence consequent upon the action of the Slate Convention has tend ed to modify somewhat the exactions of . . ..ril. nd now ' a11 (w th the exception of an occasional v 1 '"apping-turtle exhibition,) goes on as " merry as n marriage bell." And now, having got tho Union into safe quarters, wheru wc hope it will remain, nt least until nfror plcrtinn. nnd hiivine settled with exnct prcccsion the deirrco of love good wing all so long and so successfully contend ed. This is as it should be ; and he should be regarded ns the best friend of the Union, who shows himself the firm est, the truest and the most sclf-sacrifl- cing friend of his own honored State! lie who is found most ready and most willing to maintain her true interests ; foremost in defence of her cherished principles j and who ever regards her honor as his honor, her glory at his glory, and her dithonor as his own Show us such a Green-Mountain Boy, fighting manfully upon the old whig platform nnd under the time-honored whig banner, nnd we'll vouch for his fi delity to the Comtitution ; and though he might not be willing, unnecessnrily, to get up " o'nights " to shout " Union !" or run his head against a wall to prove , i.im,L.if nilij.,ittVprv lnn v., j j -i uny proper occasion you will ever nnd always find him truejio himself,- true to Vermont, and truo to the cause of con stitutional freedom. Such men arc no time-servers to any power, nor are they ever found doing minion-service to po litical demagogues or charlatans. They " rend lbs papers," and understand full well the principles for which they arc contending, the true policy of the gov ernment, aud the real interests of the people. They know their own wants and the wants of the " great whole," and seldom err in selecting (be right men: to maintain their principles and carry out their measures of policy ; and when perchance they do so err, they are at all times ready to give a traitor a Tyler' doom. And fiow, with I105U of lucb men in the party ; with our principles an open, boak before us; our minor diffituhici U .... . ... !l have the Whigs of Vermont tu fear in Ike coming contest with such a party at they now find opjKMed to them ? A party a diverse in sentiment as it it ncongruous in it formation made up of the odds- and ends of every known faction, and forming a conglomerated mass of material, without & principle suf ficiently gluttnative to unite or hold them together. That we havo nothing to ftar from them is certain. Their wonderful readiness in perverting truth and the facility with which they miso false issues, might, in other localities, give thotn tome hop of success; but the intelligent freemen of Vermont un- derstand them too well, and are, withal, far too intelligent to bo misled by their wiles, or won over lo the atandard of their faltt Free Soil Democracy. L.ocorocos REAOIXO OP wiiia RESOLUTIONS, The following is one of tho resolu tions adopted unanimously at the late Free Soil Democratic Convention at Montpclicr: lletoketl, That the Whig3 of Vermont by cordially approving rrcsiduiit 1 ill more's Administration at their late Con vention nt Bellows Falls, endorsed and tender nn issue upon the Fugitive Slave law ; and that this Convention promptly accept the tender, nnd hereby recom mend to all their political friends, and the friends of freedom and humanity in this State, to meet the issuo in every political gathering, and at the polls. Tho egregious falsehood contained in the above resolutions, is altogether too palpable to render comment necessary, and the entire resolution is important only as showing that our locofoco friends still cling to their old weapons of fraud and deception, and that, forgetful of the past, they arc determined once more to test the gullibility of Ver't freemen by the same means nnd appliances hereto - fore used, and which have evor and ul- ways so signally fail id them. It would now seem, however, that this branch of the democratic party .hav ing planted themselves on the Free Soil platform, are daroting their wonderful powers of mysticism to the question of slavery alone, leaving " Free Trade," Bttnk Reform," "Smiley and Stute Reform," to the tender care of their former allies, and now silent partners in the concern the Old Hunkers. The precise conditions under which these two branches of the loccfoco party are now doing business is not, as yet, made public. Their entire stock in trade, however,is, as evor,plainly visible; and judging from their former successes with the same capital invested, any one can see that there will be no quarreling as to the division of the spoils. But, be this as it may, it is quite evi dent that the true cause of freedom will gain but little under the lead of these self-elected chiefs, who, while they are prostituting the truo anti-slavery prin ciple to their own selfish purposes, and using it as n shield to cover their own stealthy march, are yet, in its name, ex perimenting in a game of duplicity that, even Locofocoism, iu its better days, would have shrunk from. Perhaps the combined efforts of tho Locofoco-frcesoilcrs to mislead the in telligent freemen of Vermont into the belief that tho Whig, by approving the action of President Fillmore, endorse the Fugitive Slave law, will succeed -, awl perhaps, they may, by "resolution,1 make it quite plain that the Whigs of Vermont have but " one distinctive fea ture," and that ''fidelity to Slnvery !" After having revolutionized Vermont in this matter, we would suggest that a bold-faced member of the Free Soil party, be sent on to make the nnnounc tnent to the benighted citizens of South Carolina. We rather think he would muke a live lion or a dead lamb of him self, directly. SoMKTiimo Nuw. A splendid nas- sener cjir, which left Saratoga Snrinss ill o o ciock, .. iu., yeeieruay, nrriveu q' , , j . , - , , ... ,. , -, - ,,, the titehburgh depot at 7 o clock nil ertinrii, and n nglil rpnu mniua-ti- ing itself throughout the Stat ; wlinl! , -f - - me power ot speech, and said that Ins hut evening, via Rutland. Kcene and foot 'felt numb, and thnt he felt strangely lMtchburgh, with a psrty of gentlemen 1 a ani, iramcdiately after tim from the Springs, and officers of the rn(,nceJ retph! M ll0(J' h flt fc different lUilroad Companies along tho line. The car is of a very superior fin iih, with scats of a new and improved pattern, and can be seen at the Fitch burgh depot this forenoon. Thin route is becoming the popular thoroughfare to Saratoga. Boston Atlas. We well! remember the look of in credulity which met the prediction, of j which tbe above is the . venlication, when made some years since, and the marked nonchalance of those who would not be made to believe that water troud run down hill when a fair opportunity vrrw.ai j was offered 'ihe first great difficulty in the way was to reconcile these gen- llcmen's ideas of geography with the (act that this route would be some fif - i,m mil ..r.Un ,l,n. ri All.n,,, and when this point was made, the an swer generally was "yes, but Sarato- ga is 9 far dowo towards Albany, tbt ... . ! - ... irmei iwnajj not gone mat wny, and always trill." Itm ns thii cla of men have now "nil loft the country, or al least aro not to bo found, we will say no more about it, farther than to re-state the fact, that hnd the connection of the Rutland and Durlington road bocn made at Fort Ann, instead of Whitehall, Schenectady would hare been thrown as fitirly into this side of the balance as Saratoga now is, and tho travel of the Western UulTalo, road, would as nat urally havo followed this route as that of the Saratoga does now. C3T We learn that on Saturday Inst tho trip from Boston to Saratoga via Rutland was made in eight and a lmlfhourj. The distance from Rutland to Castletou, (11 miles,) on the Rut 'and and Washington road, was run in twelve minutes, including one stop .... .... , . The attempt of the Democrats of Windsor Co., to coax J. F. Deane, Esq, into the acceptance of a nomination for State's Attorney against the previous nomination of nnother Whig, don't seem to go. They can't deane John into any such fix as that ; and they might hav known they couldn't 63" Elhridge G. Fuller's cotton fac tory at Holland, Mass., was struck by lightning and burnt down, on Saturday nieht, the 18lh inst., The factory stee ple was thrown several rods from the building by the thunder-bolt. We call particular attention to tho notice for E. P. Wiuri'Lu'a lecture before the Association, in nnother col umn, and can but express the hope that the appointment will be liberally re sponded to by the citizens of the place Mr. Whipple i a professed and popular lecturer. He lectures this year befo the Societies at Comm:ncemont at Bu lington, which of itself is a sufficient guaranty of his ability, and we have no . J0ubt he will much interest and instruct those who attend his address. The Association has claims upon the community for their efforts to afford us rational nmusemcnt and instructive ad dresses by tho ablest lecturers of the country ; nnd wc should encourage such efforts by responding to their calls. Let there be a full house on the 7th of Aug. (X?" As many uro misled into the supposition that the new nominee of the Free Soil Democratic parly for Gov ernor is none other than Judge Isaac F. Jledfcld, we would state, for the inform ation of such, that the nominee, Timothy P. Redfield, is a bird of quite nnother feather." IKT Subscribers, and others, on the Poit-route from West Rutland to Dan- b'j Corners and who wish to receive the Herald ut their own residences, rather than at the Post offices on the route, can do so by arranging for the paper with Mr. Long, the mail-carrier, who will hereafter bu prepared lo deliver them on his rtgulnr trips. A wicked wag once courted n buxom house-maid and when he should have been prepared to marry her, decamped to parts unknown. " Well Ann," said her mistress, "you've lost your lover, haven't you 1" " Oh, no indeed, mai m, he'll come back, for I've his promise to marry me, and in writing, too!" " In deed, let me see it, won't you V So out troni between tuo leaves ot her bible, Ann produced a sort of promissory note reading as follows : " I promise to marry Ann J , ninety days after date, value received. J u LiaiiTaiNG. A despatch frcm Port land, published a few days 4i1.ee, an nounces thnt a house in Adams street, Portland, was struck by lightning dur ing the storm of Friday night, and that a young man named James W. Skillings wits killed. The Portland Advertiser of Saturday, gives further particulars of this melancholy event. The house struck was a double house, occupied by Mr. Thomas Dodge, George W. Heal and Albert Libby. Doth parts of the house were considerably shuttered. Young Skillings was sitting by nn open window when the holt struck. He i niiiuunr i 111:11 uiu i'uii 0IIIJI.I 1 ,i;j , .,... , i. r..,..u i,,,.. UIU IIU! .lllIIUill IU IJU tillllllT IIUII, uriii le powcr,0,f and fiaid that his t siomacn. nan com waier neon poured 1. 11111 . copiously nt this moment on his head, it is not improbable that he would have recovered ; but in the confusion no cue thought of it, and when Dr. Sweat, who was sent for, arrived, it was too late the young man was already dead. Looking Ahead. Hon. Kdwurd 1 Itntaaj slsli vtrA an rwi 1 1 n rv f triitifiti 1st 1 .r"'".." T, 1 .: '" .. c breakin L,round for ,h(i s. t .uu Ulltl Pacific Railroad. He expressed his j confident belief that, having constructed , ,roaJ to the frontiers of Missouri, it , I.... ..... l o (if j Pacific He also predicted that St.Louis is destined to become ono of the large I , on Ue continent. Iut year it ,iaJ 50.000 inhabitants. R.r.nlf.fn ftliprn liHlnntin" to MfeEf TS. Jlnkeniie and Howe of Woodstock were killed by ligblmn; a few days ilocc. Ohio for Scott. In accordance ith tho voice of tho WWv't ef Ohio expressed throagh their delegates re cently assembled in convention at Co lumbus, wo to-day place at the head of our columns the name of Winficld Scott as our first choice for Whiir residential Candidate, in 1852. The expression of this preference in Con vention was enthusiastic and geucral; and so it is among tho people. Unwavering as a Whig; uncon qucrcd as a soldier; warm-hearted and honorable as a Alan wo bcuevto Oca. Scott has a hold upon tho affections of tho pco,le of Ohio enjoyed by no other public citizen. Rallying around him, tho Whics of Ohio look to certain victory; and be- icving this, wc deem that they havo ncicu wisciy in giving an early cx prcssion oi mcir prctcrcncc. Tho Wings of Ohio, as a body, warmly endorse the com so pursued by tho Whig Administrations of Tay lor and Fillmore; and if the Whigs of tho Union, in National Convention assembled, shall decido that somo oth er is a more fit leader than Winficld Scott, their political brethren in Ohio will willigly acquiesce, and be found, as over, battling for tho successes of Uitg principles aud the National nominee. Cleveland Herald. Extraordinary effects of Liohtnino. A late French newspaper relates n uurteiuus uiciueiu, WHICH 13 Salt! 10 havo occurred during a recent thun der storm in tho interior department of Franco. A barn, in which were two goats was struck by tho licht iiingjbut not burnt. After the shower. a woman who had been accustomed to fucd tho goats, went to the barn, and perceiving that the animals wero en tirely motionless, approached and touched them, when to her great astonishment and alarm they foil and crumbled to pieces, exhibiting noth ing but a mass of cinders CitAitiTAni.E. Jdiiny Lind gave nt Rochester, N. Y., 5f2.,01 -11. ns follows: Hoehester Female Charitable Society S800, Rochester Orphan Asylum $300, Hoehester Catholic Orphan Asylum 3300, Home for the Friendless 8300, German Lutheran Church S200, Roch ester Carlmen's Benevolent Association 8200, Firemen's Benevolent Associa tion 3201 41. AMEiticAKs iy Cuua. Tho Now Orleans mails as late as due ariived at Baltimore on the 30th. The N. O. Del ta contains a letter from Havana, which states that there tiro 200 Americans among the insurgents. The Picayune places full reliance upon the late Cu ban news. Hon. Hilund Hall, of Vermont, has been offered the appointment of Com missioner to settle land claims in Cali fornia. tffi" It is rumored that two more frauds upon tho Mexican Commission have been discovered, and that an in vestigation is about being gone into. Gov. Hunt, of New York, has res pited James Orcutt, sentenced to be hanged at Utica on Friday, until the 21th of October. A party of six Ojibbcway Indians called upon Jenny Liud, at Rochester. . , , blie requested them to sing some their war songs. They complied, when ' 11 she paid them back with the Echo and Itinl mniri uiru long. At New York half a million of gold coin was received from tho Pbilatlel whia Mint, on Tuesday, and an other half million was nearly ready. 8- Wo learn that an Irish wo man by the name of Dominy, was run over and killed by the cars, in Clar endon, on Tuesday last. A London writer is proving that Queen Eiizcbcth had a son and daughter, who were sent over into Ireland, and that the Earl of Essex was their, father. a-. a t 1 iL - 1 J5- An Irishman on tho Gravel Traiii of the 11. and S. It. was in stantly killed on the 28th inst. by be ing thrown from tho cars, caused by an obstruction on the track. At a meeting of tho friends of Cu ba, in N. O., a declaration of Inde pendence was read, and a committee to draft an address to tho people of 17. S. was formed. The Naval Court of Inquiry, iu the case of Lt. Rhodes, which convened al the Navy Yard ut Washington, has concluded its examination, and the ver dict is against the promotion of Lt. R. ' " R. Y. M. ASSOCIATION. E. P. Wijiitlk, of Doston, will Ice lure before this Association on the eve ning of the 7th of Augutt, at the Court Home. yuan In Farraiugton, Iowa, on the ith Inn., IUkall Mxr.su, foruieily of Clareodon, u this coudy TUTTLK S BOOK AND .TOR PRINTING OFFICII. Ottr tkt Stor . L, Z)Ji, Rutt r, tip nn olTuv tvt tin- eiceolion r tliU of 1 BOOK AKD JOB PRtKTINQ, mt i. .will. Uiro M,initM ' or nii;t;u:s- vatent uotarv", cililir.. Tor tl .7' . I "lliril TCIllU'l, I,,, f. .... v....,U , Rll(,,V y ollii f iJlirf In Nnuioia. UO lit.. -.. .. r . . . linr ti nn u-giurls piicr niiit ilyte. U'n.L I-.-.. tlC. It.. . I ;. tolnt, nt ulxjut tin- muiilclmtrcj K.i.. ' liiou M)r, Iliiiinr" Oiuil.i pomp iridic m-nici ,i.. from S-J to $ prr llioiM.iml, ,i , J" Work nt uniituiilly tow pttcr, ' A tlie uWritcr tli'voti-f In, ,. trillion lo tint ilrpnttiiuiit t1P l, ' lie pk-ilurcntiti' jiitisf.Klion to ulUhoit,.. I.ivor Iih ratiililiiliim-iit willi ihci, , M(;r. 1 In- public ntu iQvitcil to cull nuj ... limine pccitiKti$, A. Tt'TTLK. SBAKEK MASK KX1T AXD FLAN MIL uxvkr sumrs Ay I) J)1U WERK nhfte Flannel, White andMistdWUn Yarn, Woolen Sotkt, just reaiud and for sale by I). 1. ln Rutland, July 31, 1831. BE AL BSTATZ) FOB ALU. 0e undivided li.lf ,.f N, . M j,, , lyine m Mindoii, two and a hair iil. f,0,u tlie Iiichardmiii Hiriii in inl tnwn, ond COn. Uiiiiiij; about '.'JU aciea, wrll limUrrrd UnJ and liuvina a B.hhI .Vatblc Irdgf, ,a Lm', kiln, bold land lies nn tlie HullinJ iJ Klnckundge turnpike. IIUFUS niCIIARDSOX yiiorburne, July, 1S.1I, -jjir 1" ABM FOR 8AIH." JiW alf n valuable Kami ntnattd in ilili town, Ii'bh limit Imlf a mile Smith (,f u Coiiroalional li-rl:n(( liuu.r, and Ijmjun OlUT tii-ek, runlmning nearly IW tern if land willi a nod Iltick liouir and (ink! re building. Also an nut lot tilutud iboul milea ilutnnt, containing; about 100 inn, wbicli in cood for paalunni, andanriMllmt aucar orulnrd and liouw thrrron. For Irrmaof payment and furtiifr ptlito. an iMuin- of I In; aubscriber, on the im,i ca, or of 6'. II. Ktltagu, i:q. A II. l'IKE. 1'itt.ford, Juy 21, 1851 V., TAFT i. 80N S ' C ASTSlccI Axea, for iilr bjr D. V. IIKM.. took And Pnrlor Stoves. pOR SALE by l IIKLL. OIOBB NEW GOODS. CHAS. BUST Ii SON JULY 30, 1831. l!avi iut rrcritrcd a new aunply of Xhrn Splendid Gro. Hbinr Alack Silk. I t Dreiara and Viaeta ; alao Crimped TirltUx Worked Collan, H w Kdginji, Inwrtinji, iVc. BBAO. A l.L prraona mIioic account with thf igt. cnbar are ol oiore than 00 dsji iltadir.f art Mneitly requotad tu sail and Mill l.'.i line without delay. ii. i. err.NCKii Julr 39, 13.M. BLACK KXVBK AOADBMT, u'duiw, vr, rrllK Fall Term of IwrWe wtaki will ma uienca ou Wvducaday, .lag. ifflh. 110A1U) OF INSTIll'CTOltS. C. U. SMITH, a. u. Principal. It. IllTciuoi., iiaaialaut 1'rachar. y. A. lkautL-au, M. 1)., Ttaelnrof Modin Languagm. A. F. Maynard, Trachcr of Vocl Milt. H. G. tStonr, Teacher ol I'e mnanatiip. Mm M. I.. Fletcher, 1'rcreplrrn irl 'IVacher of Mume, Drawing, At Mra. M. It. Smith, AaaiaUutin the Ftini ) Department.' The gratifying auccraa which hji alUnW ) una in.lliuiioil, anu na prrarm iui.ii.". of proaperily is in ilm-If the ktroacrtt irwf ' ",e "T "J, ,e"W"'" ,'. oia. Inntructioit will be gifn in all ' branches uaually taught tin our Aradrmwi, tnd no Jilf KlH bt tvartJl to prefuri uiw , . . . . , in,tfUcll0 f., teachera, college, or llic practical cnntfrnicf cialallenlion, and llteadvanlapa afl'ordrd kv tliia claaa lo thoae Mhodciigu 10 'icb, bo equal to thoae obtained at any other Acw euiy. . Mona Beautcau, a native of Frn,"o " accompliahed and experienced Irachrr, ' inatruct in French, and alo in luUa 1" k, ....;.i, ;r .1. Mm., n. hit in n- liir. l ne I eacner a ivi.ua win rrtm'i- atruction in hi native lancuairei n lh ";; tution foi the paat ail inoulln Willi M't wot (Uttering auccew. So goo4 tn opportune rarely preatnla ilaelf lo lhof deaili"! "',' lilele and practical knon ledge of the M" language, . '1 how; denijriing to teach the modem i Bua will reneivu from .Mona U. . vale of qualification oil auaUiumg '! a , puuiic examination. A ciam i ii-- , graduate ai the clone of thi ief. Arrangement have been nude t excellent instruction in piuaic, - , Leclurea may be expected ai uiual " imr. l'hvaioloev.and Ihe Natuial Sti" accompanied with ample illuitratto. ' j ion iIIIh the nu'e aa lor a term" ',' weeka. Hoard including an ntu--be rurnnhfd in priale lannheafron" ty r 1,75 per week, varying according w accominodalioiu and the price of pi " but uitl br ui hio at can hi affordi ' otheraimiUriiielitulii.il. (Jood acconiinodationa mil b wr on Ihe moat reasonable term, t th0,e wiali lo provide their own board. , N. II. All ounnunicaio therrincp... yj (jUDWORTIb f,fv Ludlow, July, 2dth, Ibul COMMISs'lONEIi'S XOTICZ IVt; the aub.cr.bera, being Pf 'f the Ujc I'robate Court lr th ,,,uf ' ran aio couri iui w.v .., .1 ,v Ibeirfbie hereby giv. mtiee th ' r.i lend lo the bu..nea ofour Mid Pr1""S.J. al the late r.ide..r of aaid I.ucinui .am. on the 30th day ofAogu.t T 1 o'clock V. M until I o'elocs r; 's . . .... r. 1I..1 ..ti.ihite. day. i JoatlK, io- O. burr i', ) Dated Poullney, July II, IMI- en NOTICB ! hereby glen, that applicalion nil t tl M made U Ihe next lei.ion o the G.nul aambly t taia BlaU.fof charter fe ' of diaeiTjnt, lohe iKated 10 rnt!f'i" Ccantr ef Huthnd rairnaven, commiiui'ii - , ire and adju.t all jclaiiu. and all peiaon. aga.nat ihe e.Ule Wdliam., l.lo of I'oultnev in J, ceaaed, repreai-nted mlvent ani ' tr' from it lUth dar of July m.l ., bring