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U,f icm'kM if 1mt .'.Jtnd I
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ftwi, s-att.4ly itUvy aw! i
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lira la ttnM ttaitsia t sW. TUo'liM
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1 iAfw( n.r4 asatotiwas rtiJ'MW.
MaitM Van fttrv at lif W4,
asha lWft.ttl.ry M la apt, to W
lj-lM' r4 tha fff.JeH tT-rt
Ufl. itis W(rtl sMJ.IItaaftil it rsajh
I t hn'f tV-I ai dirty. jsaM.
fal sOVstlwi sahd New )ilai' far.
MVsd little t-Mtlissjr knot f la... fri
ary t;UWt anl tsUrtatle psirilMut
wis MM)tl, llw flr.1 I llfc iW rVH.
the rtbrrs In rmfifyibrir pH ami tlf.
a-isen, Ly j"J(J In lM K-wtb.ni i in-
le rstul a Northern I'rt-ahlrtit,
l nHflll; atoatal lit-lha leaders
f ibs is a Savihrrn frty, brcb. jwl
tit .uHti to lltelf ttut esisia nf Dein
o-niK', t)t no fmitif, ti virtue, no
iVIh j-mi the part .fll.rt. liUi.lrtl.n.
tvM sate It. ll htm Tt'orthero. aod
sVsly Sunhrrn. tlt TJW JUljUfl.1 ,
s. na ll.st (In rewg1 original sin
sstirl, iki ?ril mrntWiM r,pllf'
It rrii hrjl with, ll horrible
crime of tr52 IVJsimTSiI tn miM
tion tiifjtuinlrn to 0i jrrt jrnrrn
Inn mIik lit; fmn .Vjll'innl or
I'nwn I fiftf" llix ntnn Mr lmt
i;h. In tUn tt, to fritjlilrn rry
innuf l,icM iril4 nut oniirlr rirj
tlr Tor tltMKjj;!i llir raulH Alin,
wllti lllt rroniWi n4 orthn-lot
yvriirly In ll foMttrjx of Ut yrrr
Mwr, raiillnurj to fonrj tUc harlnj;
Vn k rJrrIUl, tin nlnolulo Iwtr,
Villi Unt ftttpj-rf tfiltfctifl, 10 ltp
iotiifatt lo olfirr. llll Ike I-lrr!i-ll
Ifrntrntllj! nil cfl tlic rtstcn am ml
r(urf, lw l.lt tliU oj..r1(inllj' to
liifn J,irkv)i men llirttlijr rumtu j mil
lj J txtl l)cimn-ra( 0fK(ftrJ
l.i in Iim-I itt t fur dim am tiiil
tM llwl rroti- dim In lt a wolf n
lii-fi" rlslMn, t I'txlrrallt Wn ilia cloaL
of J)rru'jcrl t
Nothing emit.! rltl lite fury of tliit
Kjiilicirt mUulit. Tito control of
t'-tifv iifflilr C4inli an I a
iUM4rrx. J'-- Ilia lVe14rML'
'a;n paxel into Svutlirrn ami imvc
li)linf hniL. Strli mm tin tcrtl'iual
nrigitt f the imirm Drinocntio 'tlX
Of i! prtijri-, 'lecline ami full He ihtill
it tiiir4 rut2 i
TitU VJllnrt tftkt Vouritr In jvirtr:
TfSt tnityr think thtl l!i eiitiiin (if the
furtmt oftriiul bjt tlj alhiM Umet
U a iiij nittirr. It imy im bo untnttrrtln
to li lwj plicnt mucli oraVrr tliin
tlitt i rrfsfwnli to tc, Inin lipid out
(ltt iuiVK iaiitlfi mi tlm iJa ofh
UwWiuj furc. V! iiiijrtil rvnitnriicp
with Tnr. bal cipW tulSclcnt at on
rrcrfj vf ritrt- itrittf lhoifraiiitcenlitrr
C.Mkn la IKI auiUinnl a hlncktila ol
my J a iiv' vf futiy Jiya.
tttraiwa Iti I uinnl a cln
tf nrart ! tim(i, nxl em m ItvCi
fjf t'i nnntW
tSltav rfr mrt.ifnr,-,iaartjriri
bttt2 f "lt tfMKh.
t'nuUJ lt.lnri ii IdlO. two nmnthi.
Toitun in titration jm, it mu'itht,
llultjoi In IHH nilimcJ a ifg of
tmn than futty opf n trench.
HLKratitit m lM:l emuiru-il a ilrce
anj tlk4c uf rKatlf thn rnontha, rilh
llftjr itf uf txprn tprnehw.
I'lmp.lnni In four nxinllit.
Moajnn In IHIIl-l I, alto four nwnlhi.
With thrx f n ujiIm licf.iro ut It it un
rruhl to np. lht Knutnint, a
fottn which l LilteTiHl lit l contturtnl
Hh all lh inmlcfn imruiw nta, will
jitl l in miKh tlxxlrr tlum ilun n.r of tin.
ab, nla the tix-ant uf attack arr far
auntor t hi pe luvn raon to uo
l'ln to to. 'Din ration, Iniint-mc aa
it la. It itA ptrtttr Ihtn will b rriiirf),
tub wa ta wA auiotij tltnaa who hak fur
Uo lnn-llirrt.cn of ita fall within ttiirtjr
lira afu-r th tmichra arr ojwn, anj tlw-n
on!; with a luu of lift fetlful to ronton.
A U'wria lit tha U.ib'.oti Ixontnut
ami n at try aMartictonNaMlcun 111.
Tka ia nut who ttndrj at llxilocno
is IS 10 wiih tlngla tloamcr anj a lw
ifirtvlt us a dmrata aiw! aburtlta rimli
llvn, ttil it ItiSI to mitrwa tut
amy aW rorrwc tk hotntfa of CMinttua
ptttaUva. Tka attaa uian who ii jctra
; llrrJ ia nhKunty In Iomlin, ararcly
aMo to wy hit tilat mod rjuilat unabln to
tiy hit buraa ittitt ajll ln tntny
kx4 Wpxa aa alui an4 wtwui luiw
jukr4 a aa w ol wham fw aa;uml
trJ atJ wtumi f woU tmtt tuueti wa
lata Jnt fn tvetiria; tkoruiuanj com
4iita af the Kjt of r Uocrn. entrr
litwaj lrowyat sueat' at hia uhl one
thrra U ta ia-ltw af tha trry nun.
arc a turn b ht4 tarrffJcJ at4 a Jmi!tvl
bryuaj all Jwtl lata ilinll circle of
Sat It Iklt c.Si;c ia Lit ticalir faftuna
lhaoaly otf, Mr rhtpt lh.tratrt. We
on iniC'ia him amihn; with rtra irnwe
(ilia attlflt' at b contrattt the I o
rur 'i tha ltflwh (r rrriin-him
III IC-V anJ ao( aittlo; with the Timtt
a tv I luaiMr. lrTOWf, IS."il, of ,u.
(tut. hrdt bun, auj ntrtrllor at
t id tBHannrpbotia Ilia unwtwrrj abate
vikb waa brnJ "n blta at the for
Mir Jate, anj Ihi diwwii rrei anj
wiut jviim ivli whwh b it tpjirn of
Mania Van Harm U at Vrttr, K'ttirr.
Urd, an4 baa actatlly wnttes to or thrra
tanJml Pgr vt hit life. The N. Y.
& afcua; Fort, la tltloj thu we, will
Ataia tm iM4m lo rtar by aaarrtinf
bat I r Van Kami haa had a Urr pnlil.
rl riMVf.ra4kfUu'rf rialtnipub.
lir Um Ihta bttnt trr bean hcM by
taatar ttn la thta country unco tha
JaotUi rf U foiaranjent.' Vrtltnty
b i f. fH CrtotliKi "lie la ttut
oaly yn ata bia bU iU fnr hljlirtt
uict4, ahl4i4,a-fee pnUmt, aacmary
..f iltta ill tpiiMt la ltafttnJ. lie
wt ajM a l'Ha Star aotuior, rstfmot
f lha atat New Vatfc, alinrtiry frvcrtj
abc tiatr, ante aadator aaj autrufata of
lha fttatixr of ColuaAit." lit ia iu la
vicatiru iwaiut, ana dim uira u hxb i
lt rtrmakra hVh. hia ihora of I
Tallryrua, ua not to be Mbhaied tJI after
tit draih. TU itma, by the air,l-tinj,- I
ttem-VWt.U.. ciW.ratl w J
WlV uJboi (urtlt rtjtidtjrlran.
nt, axta o.tcie ag people uy reaaooa.
bly ri-ifl lb turaaar uf ittrntDg aver tha
lwgct U vit pkcvaM JefWj U IwttrvUr, b.
uf lkf-j )jt iim to .well, well ty,
Ue aW-t vt fytajrily. at ti.u't pjci Don.
uai-aUltl 4uaafta(a I'm,
V any cihe fntt Itr la ttt vf(h.
ai.aJ if liJfaiJ(.Mt tfy imt it) V!arvt
Tin? II Kit A LI).
)44ri4MMt !, at In
(UXII WO ' Til KM 1 1. A f III T 1. 1 O-
. , .Mi.r m,
rfBft , i,r x
WffV - - a. M.MMI ,
m t Jf ntprlirr.
y Wts.nit, 't. .
titia Tairant Thry rt wtl) and
ttlrly. Thar it trhie occanta; to rona ,
party (ritngt, au the dtnoitiitm of ill i ,
ll taUnl. TI- t.tMtit mI. tjUl
the twj U tlw X(krr of Ittt year, will
Umtpttr well 14 tha raotromita of a loro.
motira aaJ aa of 4ram.
The Caatinna lliak, U aem. by a law
of oar Hutn, hu bees compiled to Jiy
ialolW Kul Trraaary one tVannd tW
lata, Vieaa K ftilM, for a few dtya, lore,
dena ita tulle at the KuflUlk Dinl.altiiMjIt
It baa never cretnd to rejeetn ita billa at
ita counter, Tatt f tilare to rajeeta in Roa
loa an firm m Inability of the bank, bat
fnaa the leerjatire ratntjetnent of the far
rorr ethier. A t0 refund ait penally
at xed dawn on Ktlurdiy. It t a
A leathy bill bat beea ialnvlocrj into
the Mentis protldia; &r lite annual alec
Ihmi of a Utllrotd Commiationer, wboahall
ei amine into the coajilion nf the entire
bntlaeet of tho eereral rtilroidi In tlna
Sitt, and make an annoit resort to the
Uetwral Aatemhty. Thit it a jronj pltn,
and ita dutlm will be trry one rout.
On Htturday, the rtilroad coMett be.
tweeo the I'tMUnijlc tnj the Montreal
As I'ortltnd Coraptnlet waa cowpromiiej,
and the latter Cotnpiny ran build their
road from Itltnd I'ond lo Hu Johnibury,
pnniJed tha fonacr Cunpiny do not et
rni their rotd to the Canadian Irontirr
within orw year.
A bill to elect a chaplain fnr,tlio Hlite
I'riton, with a atltry of $500, waa Toted
down by a Urge majority. Tho reaiJent
clerfymen ol Windtor preach by mUtKin
to the cornicle erery Kabbatli, and receive
$'i00 per annum fmtii tho State. The Sn-p-.'rintcnJ-tit
of lha t'rlaon, and othcra bctt
acjuaintcl wrthiudltciplina weraoppotcd
In the new plan.
The I loa to II ink Cotnmitua hire re
ported aptiint tho chartcrinir f htnka at
tt.L..fti an,) llydepuk. More or tho
aamo aort are cloto at luna. Tliero it but
littlo probability that any hank chirtera
will be rrnu-d thU year. A Special
CotnmitU-o. appointed to tinker tho Gener
al llinkinj law, will report tucli amend
tnentt aa will allow lha utenf morn capital,
ami, it It laid, that banking can bo dono
under tho law when an amended.
The -Dtitphin' arrived in town ycatcr
day, and will probably tiko cam of tho
clumofthn IrtKiaola Indiant on Vcnnunt.
T. I'. Iledfleld, l, appointed by Gov.
Hoblnaon to eximino into tho whole mat
ter of lha IruqnoU claim, lua made a very
elaborate, inlT"iliii;', al ralmbla report
lo tltefirneral Aawmbly, It will bo print
ed. 1 hero u a. alrong ilihMiiian lo ad-j
ournnn Ihurtitay orneit week,
day, to rritl tho act nuking appropriation
fyr llio awl of County Agricultural aocietiet.
After a good deal of declamation on tho
one aide, and a good argument by Mr. Field
agalntt ita repeat, lha bill waa defeated by
a vote of 13.1 to 47.
Thia arming Oiero waa a I.idiea Fair,
at which them were a miillituda of people
ofallaget. Tha Wathington Hall waa
decorated with great Ithor and laate, and
there waa an abandtneo of mutie by tho
Montpelier lhnd and by othera. Tho ob
Ject of tho Fair wat to rairo money to aid
lha indmdutla compoting lha Wand.
Intiiallepmentttirea'llall, thia even
ing, tliero waa a lecture on Agriculture, by
Ueorgo B. Watln.', IUj, the gentleman
who fumiahed the Agricultural coluinua of
the llaattu during a portion of the put
year. There were aboat two hundred men
preterit, and they gtvc clota attention for
anhoar and a quarter. The atibject of tho
lecture waa I'lanla. Ha doacribod thrlr
compotltion, tninner ol growth, and ibo
onditiont of healthy growth. To prevent
grain from lodging, it ia neceatiry lo add
aoine alkaline aubtUnca to aid the plant in
taking up lha aiiicioui portion of the toll,
in order lo giro atrength to tha atalk.
IJme, aahea, applied to tho aotl will
tend to preveul gram from being " weak in
lha jointa." In cultivating corn, he aaid,
care ahoulj be taken not to " hill it up,"
and eipltined fully anl aatitfactorily tha
reaaon why it ahould n bo hilled up. The
preialcnceof aorrrl in tha fteldt of Ver
mont during Uio paat year, he aiid, waa
owing lo tha wcinraa ol the Spring. Tha
land wat wet and eour, and prevented the
growth of plant tint did not contain lha
acid found in aortal. Application of lime
or athea to the toil would prevent tha
growth ol aorrtd. The diacuaaion ofagri.
cultural tubjeeta after tho lecture, by the
farmer preaent, wat highly Interfiling.
TiicaiPtt, Nov, 2.
Toty lha Governor tent la a duten
billt that had rcceited hia approval and
algnttam. I.ul year the firat bill approv
ed by th Governor heart dtta Nov. ItJ.
A bill lo extend lha power of Jatticea of.
the Pcare, la trying actiont oi book ac j
count, waa dixattod a long tiue, and da- I
feated by a large luajurtty. J
The iota defeating tho bill for tho relief 1
of iho Dank olCttUeten ha been rrcon- I
atderrd, and Uiero ia a fair proipoct or iu j
pataagw if it ftwoJ do not Ulk it lo !
liieraaresevtru propoaition to alter i
County line, and also to form a new Coun
ly called ComherUnd -r oot of certain
towns ia Wltadban and Windsor Countfe.
There it iw pruit thai anv Count v li,
.. . . '
ck" this year.
litis roorniog the Senala CornmitlM rc-
fua.'J t' Increase tha ciprul stock of lha
Dijjb,- Hank, and alto to grant a charter
fvt a t Wat Randolph. Tha toor
tajttr aon."' bank charter pare neither
ay cor ccadiv too-
Twice, loVT, " SeoaJ loooj Itatlf
Tha ViU Immtovst hy Mr. Psga.of Hal-
luLi rwl Ue fnajlaSrmt Uaaa ta
rttirnta ttnekt, ba mirl lha Huvtitir
aclarr, aoi bit Wonno a it. It It at
Aa Act ta aaua tUhnuimlnJ tarwr V
Irawa a tit1Jjl,t ( 4 ta ttfr-laaa.
It t bTT rtiarlaA, r.
ltcrioa I )ny aTtJmt. rahlrr,
taaaorr. arrrHatY at UM oSket, and rt i
rry ant, af any btnl, railroad, mirrafart- .
tif, or tMT cortrmina, who aha!! il
fail; aad dtfw4ly rljit, withlntmt tota
tuf, afl at p'nirrw' cae to be MutsLtJ
or (ri4,t hU wilful); and oWif nndlr
Im all or 3dei of f a tohaiMifti,
atd fit (Jadfed aay ftta, fnoJclent or
wtraUtAl raniVttr, at any c4her eiidrnca j
x lhetwhia or trnfrr anytime '
nr abtm til l! rt f4ul motV of aarh cor
IM-ttxn, t any rerttfiAaU or other rl
dra f the nwnerahip or Ltwfrr trf" any
tbtre or tian In rcb eorjurttfia, or any
tattrnmnat rr rtin to be a cmiAcate i
aibn ei4K?if tofhowrxtahlp or tram
tt, th ttcmn, ltain;, Hlin( or plrxlg.
4 be awth-wtaol by the charter and by
law' of at th wjntJoruw by tome amend
ment tberefj1, aliajl to adjodred guilty of
fHony, and thall to punihed by a fine not
r I reeding nn tboutinj dotlara, and Inv
prtaomnent In the ttato'a priaon A lett
Ihtn one year, nor more than ten vrari, in
the ditrrrtlon of the cuurt.
Hrc. 4, Thu act .hill lake tlTVct from
Appmved, Nov, I, IWI,
Thit etormng, at tlie tnetnbrre eatna Into
the Rrprreeatatirea' J tall, they found a
Umtie man In the Speaker' chair talking
away with great volubility, and directing
hit iuitgintry atteinbly in Ilia work of leg
itlalion. Tlie acena wat very amutlng.
After be had adjourned bit hwiae, he lrit
is out tho deficlt of the II ill, the chief be.
log tha ractpe of t)ia aound through the
aky-light a hen a member 'peaka.
Tha bill for mltblithingaliiMpital in tho
Htato I'tiaon hat pnel the llouto; alto, a
bill incorporating an I'pitcnpil Intitutf.
Thia will bo a Theobigical achoul, under
tha direction of Ilitlup Hopkint.
In the lloute, a bill wit rrjectcd char
tering a bank at South llardnick. The
Select Committee on liquor lawa hive re
ported their amcndmcnla. Tho llouto
agreed to have evening tettiont next week,
Thit evening, Mr. Wating gvo another
lecture in tho llallofltepretenUtivo. Hit
Lilk waa in reference to under-draining and
auhaoil-ploughing. Ho ttrongly rccom
mended draining for all aoilr. The drain
it cut by plowt inula for tho purpote, and
tha workmen can atind nn tha rorfaco.
Ono man can cut fnen eight to twelve rmlt
per diy. There la laid in tho bottom of
the drain an narthen tube, an poroitt that
water will enter It full raaily. Hoahoned
tho valuiblo rcaulta of draining very fully.
In the dieeuaiM, Mr. Farnhim of I'oult
ncy related the retiulta of hia cxperienco in
draining, by throwing in tunll atnnaa and
covering them over. Ho recommended
their uio when nothing better could be ob
tained. Mr. Waring' oxplmitlim of tho
clfect ami value of tub-toil plowing wat
very lull and aatisfactory.
Theae agricultural meeting and ducua
aiont arc very intcretting and valuable, but
tho abtence of tmny member at work on
Committed tliiut the audience aoincwliat.
Fnioav, Nov. n.
The bill for the relief of tho Cattlclon
rttnk came tip, and, after considerable ilia
cuation, waa pmed in tho llouto by a voto
or J37 to ax
The Agrirnllnral lectttre, thit evening,
waa attended by about two hundred. Mr.
in Common School. This marks a new
cm in tho history of farming, and every
ono can but with that audi a book thoulil
at once be atudicd by all thoto who are the
aon of fat mem, and who my bo fortnnato
enough lo own a farm. A bill haa been
Introduced lo appropriate enough money
from Uio State Trciaury to givo ten of
theae booka to each acltool dUtrict in the
State. Iftha book It what it pretcndt,and
what It appenra to be to tho mere render,
the Ktatu could hirdly do better than lo
give from three to fire of theao booka lo
each diitrict. Five copiet to each school
would cott about f,'(X). The book it
written with cam and ability, and by one
well acquainted with the aubect. It con
laint the recommenditiont ofaeveral emi
StTL'atuv, Nov. I.
Tho Ihnk Oimmitlee rewrted in favor
ofa bank at Lyndon. Ono bank bill waa
reported agalntt, became notice of the ap
plication wa nut publithod in Uio new
paper according to law.
Whereupon certain men who like to ob.
ttruct thia ruth (ofbankt, brought in a re
solution or bill for tho repeal of those bank
chirtera granted Ittt year, in cntea where
no notice of apdication had been given.
Thit waa a hot ahot. A motion waa tnado
to ditmita Uio bill or resolution. A long
and holdiacunion entued between Mctari.
lUrtlctt, McUan, Field, Withburn and
I'age. The motion wat not cartird, and
the bill wat relerred to a special Com
mittee. To-day, tha Gorernor returned a bill to
th House, with a meatageontaining hia
leaaona for not signing ju It wat a gener
al bill, of a very eitranrdinary mtitre, and
It la strange Uiat it thould have wcaped
Uia notice of Uie examining Comtrtitlret.
Only one vote was given in tho llouto
agaitut tho rneaaage,
I understand that Uia Governor haa fixed
upon Uie thirtieth day of November aa the
The two Home worked hard to-day, and
did not adjourn till five o'clock.
There i a strong dwire to adjoara next
weak, but public good may require a few
dayt' more labor.
SoaniT, Nov. 5.
Her, I .letter UilliaoM, Uie repute.)
IVwrboo, preached in Uie episcopal church
l-dty, to a large and interested audience.
At ha stand in the pulpit, hi eoantenane
it lighted op with a mild,benvalentjchri.u
ianiprrwn,tha! forbid, the thought that
ny Indian blood it in hU Teint. He ha
iMiMoTUttl rigid, stem, immoveable, ex
preationieM look of Uio Indian. However,
ha did tn team lo Uunk of Iloorbona, but
of t lie Indian j not lo cars for crown and
throw, bat lor souls. After the service,
a handaXDO sum of money wa collected
to aid lha St. Hegu Indian in building a
Moietr, Nor. a
The bill for a bank at Bennin-toti Iu
passed both Hoaae. The bSI for a bank
at I.yoiaa La pitied tk IIoo aai as
tkt a haw, at IHevill It tt wweashl- )
ly lragti lha -middle pasatga ol third '
readiag ai4 eflfTtinrm,
Tha Uoor law arnrndinenlt htvr beot
nf la the rtenale, o-dty, and dwrnd by i
Meaanv Warner ad ltwle, tad tnada
lh'f,peci'f udsr'fur to-otarrow, tt elei en
The bill la rrrate' a Iibrt7 la the State
I'rima paired the llowa. Th bill taling
Ratlind Coanty wat ordere.1 lo a third
rradiog. The bill a noei ing a part of Clar
endoA to Ire lias pitted lha llonae, and u
on iu wy throogh the Senile. To alter
lha line between 1'iUtford and ilrandon it
fwng ahead. A raeinoritl to repoal tha
charter of Uie St. Albans tliak wat refer
red to a select Committee, w I to reported
agaitut it.lbrcaut tlie Ilahk hid received
no notice of anch intention to repeal,
TJii evening, a latge number of fanner
met in llrprraentaUvea' Hall, and discuss
ed various mittrrt eonwcte4 with fanning.
The raiting of corn and Potato" was the
the chief ubject under contideration. .Mr.
Marah, of Clarendon, said lie had been very
toccrtiful in raiting potatde, by planting
Uiem nn green-sward, and by Uting platter.
One year, he planted on old, rich lind.and
the cmp all rotted. Aside front that Iota,
during the latt ten jrars, he had n-t Inat
twenty.fito buthelt of potatoes by Uia rot.
lie plant annually shout lour acr.
Nearly all preaent seemed to reccomend
this method of raiting corn Put barn
yard intnureon the turf, and plow it tin er.
Mike the surface smooth, and then manura
in the hill wiUi composted mvnure. "Hill
up" the corn at littlo at pontile, and let it
alone after the tattcli appear. Sow thit
piece of land to grain, anl grass seed the
Tl'tSDiV, Nov. 7.
No bill ean be introduced into tho
Hotire after to-day. Kvcrylhing will be
dono lo close up buaines thit 'reck, but
there ll only slight prubibility of adjourn
ment till next week. A slight snow cover
ed the hill to-diy. A bill to raiae Iheaal
aricsofthe Supremo and Circuit Judges
from 1,375 to $1,500 pissed to ita third
reading in tho House, after a deal of dis
cussion. Many were Tor incrcaaing the
salaries to $1,700.
A Rr.roaM Ncrntn. Ono or the ug
liest jicculliritics Incident to New England
society needs n spceily reformation. Wo
alludo to tho had custom or gossiping over
a liarmles and pleasant intercourse be
tween young people f tho opposite sexe.
What wo mean I this : ir young man is
polite, and renders liinuelf agreeable to a
young fomtla frioud in "tho beaten way of
friendship," ( no matter how intnnito tho
families of boUi nny be,) straightway bo
gins tho ly whitper and the open cavil.
Huty tongues pour Into greedy rars the
welcome news, Uiat Mr was recti
walking once or twice with Miss alone
in hnail day ! Or, if the above mentioned
gentleman invites hia fnend to tho theutro
or a concert, it is all over with them a
wedding tniy bo expected shortly.
What is the conscqucnco of all this fool,
ishness on tho part or Uio lookers on ?
Simply this ; a quiet, inoflinsivu young man
is deprived or tho society or good-tempered
Rirl, who would improve his manners,
and bo of great service to him a n friend.
Very often, ir ho bo denied social inter
change or conversation in this way, or a
pale ol respectability, for his asiocivtet.
It is a btd custom worth mending, this con.
stant cspionigo thus tyranically hold in our
day, and we hotio irood senso and n b.-tti-r
policy will tend lo drivo out o fuiil ami
wicked a habit.
llt)Roi.nr. Tho Tin Shop of J. W.
Crarnptun, of Center Itutland, was broken
open, on Sunday night last, and about Mrrr
Ihoutand dolian, in certificates of depot.lt
in the ihnk of Htttland, note, and other
pipers, and abont ont dollar in cash, taken.
And on the same night, a house, oc
cupied by sonio Irishman, west of the De
pot in thit villago, was entered, and be
tween tit and tight hundred dollart in gold
Tiar-uRAi-n Orricc Tho Troy fl.iiy
7Vmrj has Uio following item or Rutland
" CAinge of Operator!. Mests. H. M,
Chiso ami N. W. Ilethunc, operators on
the lioyJi Canada Telegraph line, the
v.. in;. .1. ,i.. mj, ( nip IHMir 111 IVUl
land, haiu exchanged situations. Mr,
llethune will have charge or Uio Troy or
fico and Mr. Cliise oflho Itutland iiffice.
lLth nrn r t i ri ir.t m , I r--- ...
aturs. an.l it ia it tilMnrM in... inLM .1...
tneir services are o well appreciated by
uie compiny. tr.unato utlio only iqier.
or no uirr saw wno uiacaru paper and
goe exclusively by sound."
; Wr learn by a Ujlegrnphic dispatch
that Hiram Chmdler, ToniKrly orthit town,
and, at Uiat time, a contractor on tho Rut
land &. Ilutlingtoti, and Iho Rutland &.
Wathington railroads, diid at Detriot,
Michigan, on Thursday, November Ud. Ho
died suddenly, in nis oce. from a disease
nfUie heart. Hi remains wero carried to
iTroy, N. Tor interment.
Wa notice that the rollowing Vcrmont
er are canaidatcs, or were recently elect
ed lo place or honor and trust, in other
C. L. K.tarr, fortnetlv of Mnntnolier. is
the h-nowNothing catididato fat Contrrcs.
in the Iowcll Dutrict, MusachutetU.
llrsav J. RatMo.in, fonnetly of Rur
liugton. it Uia Whig, Temperance, and
Anti-Nebraika candidate Tor Llcotcnatit
Governor or New Vork.
Tuomii C n i l tit, Ja ronnerly or St.
Alhan, is the Whig candidaUt, for Con
great in Uia 7Ui Congreaaional Ilittnct in
V. a HoaTO, formerly of Windtor,
iv nig, nit been elected Member of Con- I
grea from Ohio, by about 5.100 maj-wity.
Betide lhce wo notice a lsree
orjeroni,naUveofUiU Sute. who are
candidate. r P.h,m. ' , ' ,
, w... vuan i mf UKHivrn Of
the Statu LegitUtures, te in other
We venture Uio remark Uut no pUier
Slate in Uie Union, in proportion lo UMr
popoUUoo, rurnishe so many Unvernurs,
CongrwKrwn, and other oficers, for other
Stale, than djc Vermont. Komuohfsr
Tf. FiWItt IVraffsir twa ' (Struts
suaa ! Ritrt. ?il Silordty even
Ing, November lllh,lbe well known TraV
fatally appear fur one evening mly, tt
Fraaklsn Hall. This faiy arts loo well
known Vrr, in Rutland, to need atiordsaid
la their famr In enabl them tn draw a fall
hoate and w will ntdy aay to thaw who
intend hearing thrtn,fanl there r many,
no sloubt,) he nn hind early, if you want
a good arat. TKketa anTy '43 cs.nl.
Km most tmvk plate, on Tuesday, In
Are Ute t.Nrie )'t4, ,t Jtrttj, Sltinait,
ll'xvniin anl Af'cA.evta. Ths Ittum
frrn New Yk are vtgoe end Nm1illn.
Ths rrietiltof I'llman, Seytnoorani Clark
each claiming tha victory. The ran haa
been very rlr,inj it is now even more
Impossible to tired K I ilh any degr.o ol
certainty, ho haa been elected, Uian it
as before election. Tha rctumi from the
other states, at tar aa heard Train, are favor
able tn the Whigs and Republicans, and
every appearance indicates that the Ad
ministration is no.ir'rrr.
Mauaras or the Hiiu We are re
quested lo giro notice thit members of tho
llir tiny obtain IhsUoUi Vermont Reports
through the Representatives or Uie several
loans, or otherwise, at Montpelier.
Hat. HoLiitas Ucwaac! Examine
bsnk-hillt berure you take themi the bills
or great number or llroken llnnlt are
circulating through tho community In this
pirtnflha Stato; for protection, we far
null tho following list of Uie Bank fsil
urea within tho past week or two.
Knickerbocker Ihnk, N. V,
Eighth Avnue nnk, N. V.
SulHdk Ihnk, N. Y.
Iiwis Cornty Bmfc, N.Y.
Ship lluildcr' Dink, .Maine.
Utunswick Ihnk, Maine.
Hank of Milford, Dchnaro.
Kentucky Tnitt it Ranking Co.
Newport Safety Fund Rink, Kcnlcuky
Erie and Kalamazoo 11 ink.
Stvings Rin!c, Ohio.
llmk of Connersville, Indiana.
Elkhart County Bank, Indiana.
Northern Indiana Rank,
Farmers' &. Merchants' Bank, Mem
phi. Jatam. Silas K. llurroiigln, has vis.
ited Japan in his own splendid Yacht, and
a received with great civility in Jeddo
Bay ond elsewhere. Hi conviction is,
however, that not much advantageous in
tercourse with Japan can ho expected at
present. Ho supposes tho concessions
undo to Commodore I'crry to havo been
extorted by tho display of force, and the
determined hearing orthat officer, (of whom
however, the Japanese spoke iu terms of
tho greatest respect,) and that it will bo tho
pol'cy of the Japanese to oflord tho slight
est mssibIo encouragement, consistently
with tho Treaty ond peaceful relations, to
In compliance it la a request from a num
ber of our subscribers, wo givo Uio follow
ing extract from tho Reiiort of Uie Bank
Commissioner, showing' tho condition or
Uie several Ranks and Savings Ranks in
this county, nt tho time or hi visitation in
i-rTrtinr'WTitffT;4Tuli..T. . ... iIkw
Mitt ..ri.ii.fr ltai.ii SAV,oo
1'irriiUli.iii , 51,318,00
I III (IfjKlkilUK a. .at
Mirltleud unpaid. a 141,07
It. if to JIank WJii
fijrfiiu . r
UcHlitrC fur ubli ,,,,, ,
Artuil Hurplu ,,,,
J6H .VCoNaAT, Vim,
llr It. UK t
Im llmr, Ct.lilsr,
and IlilU l)ik-rjunlrd, 13S.1 11.47
llDtmjtfNl In t,'Uy llank,,,, JJJUpj
Uilla of oilier Uankj
! un Ilotik A,717tivs
llinklnt llouto.,. 1,878.00
r-Artai , iio.ooo.oo
Iu I.wwm IC,ft0.76
Pit) UmiJi UMltl. ...... 4t 1,648 00
1'ivittrnd 8 per rmt.
rtout aui nil if I)iroutit(Kjf..,$f7,IG3,7t
11 It it i n "" 'f
Hills ut..l,r Hank.
lh, ll.iw.iu II,UMI9
M. (1. 1.a.uuu, Kf.
.WtM a o nttts diMYMinlMl,, t379,9f.il
ll.pii.il, nl'ii, llauk..... 5131 oa
Mill, ami ft,, aiofiillierlitnkt, S.rjIJl
M. ll.Mih U.,TJ7
'n! . usajn
QllivldmS, fir r. ut.
l.a..T. II.Mta, frrs. J.HtTJ. f It.CtiblM,
Bast tr 1'aari.tT.NI
l.faaii tfefer Ontrml Btmiinf 4.
, ll.ll.lt I.SHJ
t.V. Hut.tm. O.M.Wiu..a,c'l.c
llaasna Itafi.os Hast t
U'lwilt Amuqol ,.Mll.d,,,, 13,3 19
.WnlfjiiiMl , axiOJl
ll.vldtAd a 11 r.at.
Itriia. Haviaita Sa.t
IVbol. Ainnum .pu.ilr4 ,
.Nww b. ll..Mlt
li.aS par cat.
IUiTRi'CTivr Cu'sruuaATio.i, The
llntn-h Insurance Companies'eaUmita the
lost by the recent fire at Newcastle at
H 1,000,000, of which 700,000 was insur.
ed. The loss by this fire was exaggerated
to a Iirser amount by the firat account
received. It It said to be Uie largest fire
which iter occurrrd in England except tha
gteil fire In mdon; but in our largo etUc
'f . n eh fire every
"S" ".' '- r lire. Thit
tiro would n hive been a serious one had
it not been for the explosion in lha salt
building. High Sheriff Gale of Concord, N.
II, ha succeeded in arresting William R.
S uith, wh,, it accused of murdering a man
named Brewster, at Berwick, Me, in Aug.
last. Suutii wa foond living with hi i
Uriaa whoa! bom In Bniuvlck,Yt.
From the Klo flrtnde, e learn that j
the atret of Capt Armstrong, an Antencan,
bad caused some rxciteineM.
Mrs. (1 en. (Sainc it In Wahlnften
with lha Intention nf bringing brrsuit ones)
mora befinn tlie Saprpme Com!. .
- -The man who courted an Inifstiga.
tion, siys It isn't half at good at an aftVc
The Rev. Dr. I'lalrr, rrovlslotial
Bishop elect of the Dirte of New Yotk,
It to be consecrated on the ?W Inst.
Yonn; llonaptrte, late of the U. S,
army, wlnj hit accepted a commission
Ucutentnl in th French army, is said lo
be stationed for tho present at St. Cloud.
On the line ol railroad they are now
building from Konlgsburg to tlie Lake or
Constance, over the Alps, there are 13 tun
nels and viaducts. Thirteen thousand
labvrer and two thousand horses are con.
tinttally employed upon it.
The product or the silver mine or
Mexico Tor the year 1W0, it is said, ex
ceeded that of the rest of Uiu a orld, by ono
million dol'ars, tho total yield bcing.thirty
A fleet or sixteen pirate junks in
tho China Sea, has been dispersed, and
two or Ihrni captured by a ditision or
American, French and Portuguese, essels,
Clevclami, 27th I.yman Cole,
ot Martha Washington notoriety, was yes
terday arretted at Chagrin Falls rorconncc,
Hon with Ktssanc in the rccrnt bank forgo,
riea in New Yotk. He will ho taken to
New York this afternoon.
Uur-arc, Oct. 27. Last night in
the legislative Assembly, a stringent bill
to prohibit tho manufacture nnd sals of In.
toxicating liquors passed to second read
ing by a vole of IX) to 5.
Five ocean steamers have been lost
during Iho present year, the melancholy
list being as follows: Tho city of Olasgow
tho Franklin, tho Ilumboh't, the City of
Philadelphia, and the Arctic.
FtoaniA. The official mnjority Tor
Maxwell (dem.)for Congress, in Floridai
was 1,030. Tho voto for Uio stale is ad
verse to tho proiosed removal of the seat
M. Raphael Felix, brother of tho
celebrated French tragedienne Rachel, has
arrived at New York, to make arrangement
for the public appcaranco of his sister, who
will arrive in tho course of a few weeks.
New Orleans paer or Thursday
contain accounts of a revolt in the penrten
tiary nt Raton Rouge. Twenty-five pris.
oner ottemptcd to escape, when two wero
shot, and tho remainder recaptured.
St. Joitft, (New Rrunswick) Oct.
28. The ministry have been defeated by a
voto of 27 to 12 in the Hotiso of Assembly,
only six voting with iho Government mem
bers. It is considered certain that fully
four.fifths or the Hotiso will voto Tor tho
There are eleven ticket Tor State
officers now before the people orNow York.
Massachusetts will not bo fur behind tuo
Umpire State in the number or aspirant for
high political honors. There is yet time
fiir a few more.
Locust are inlesting northern Illi
nois in myriads. In many part or thai
n-fion they cover e.vcry, ahrnb. . mak
io woods vocar,with their si. ng. In
that section they are said to have ut ap
peared in the summer or l&'ld.
By tho Black Warrior rrom Havana
to Ne'v York yesterday, a rumor is brought
that the Spanish fleet intended making a
cruise to Nov York and other American
OonCouMTnr Almoin. The Home
Journal say: "Tho Americans aro mi,
represented abroad os followsby a French
man in Spain ; by an Italian m Italy ; and
by a German Jew at tho Hague I"
Tho Free Democratic Stato Conven
tion of New Hampshire havo nominated
Aaa Fowler, of Concord, formerly a demo
crat nnd law partner of President Pierce os
their Governor. Hon. John P. Halo ad
dressed the Convention.
A Madrid correspondent describing
the interest Uio poorer claasea take, in a
bull-tight, say that a week or two ago a
man actually cut on his wife' hair while
she wa asleep, and sold it in order to raiso
money for the purpose of seeing the fight
We learn Uiat Gcorgo M. Thachcr
Iq., of Boston, received official noUco by
Uie loat steamer, that hi Majesty, Kir.g
Frederick or Denmark, had bestowed upon
him the "Order or Danncbourg," in con
ideration or hi long and faithful service'
a Consul at Boston. Thi is, wo believe,
the first time that tho Order has been be
stowed upon an American citizen.
Tito imitl pox ha again ma" it
appearoco at New Boston, N. 1' Fivo
cases exist, in different part of .10 town
and it is feared that it may spread. It
originated in tho family in which a cose
occurred some months since. Two cases
tracable to the abovo exist in Milford vil.
A black bear got looeo fro.o a tnu.
seuin in Now Orleans, and getting upon
the roof of a hell hanging establishment
created a great excitement. WiUi much
difficulty he wa got down to the street
door and into a rage placed there to rccsivo
him, but in thrusting him into it, a rope
around his neck ws drawn loo tlghUy and
he choked to death.
-There's a man living in Llvingiton'
New York, by the nemo or Allierton, who
in one week in Janutry last, thrashed Tour
hundred bushels or wheat, three constable,
and seven deputy sheriff.
FistFioiitiKa!siai. We learn
that tn affray occurred in Kansas Territory
laat week, that resulted, it is feared, fatally
to two citizens of Uiat territory. The dif
ficulty waa between two Kcntuckian and
several person from Platte county, about
a claim. Tho matter wa left to a third
party to settle, who decided In favor ol the
Kentockians. When Uie decision wa
proclaimed, the Platte coanty c)aimant(
headed by one Burgess, attacked the oUit-r
party and cut litnai up wiUi halves, in such
a manner Uiai no hope are entertained of
their recevery. The Governor w!mi it at
Leavenaorlh, hid the partie arrested at
oner, and It U ha hoped that he will uj
vigoron measure to pot a tp to uch
! bctrmont Is'cwo 3tcmn.
WowaV Rioiits.- Mis, l.yfnrd,
agsj 13 tear, wife id" I'rtrt Ljf ml sf
WrodKury, wa left alono at the Home,
itrnd one day laat when alien.
lawk of the largeat site taking advantage
of the absence of Urn man of the houn,
mad a descent npon tha poultry.
.Mr. I. axllirsl rorth and tnen or a
W-smaVry succeeded In Oelrmling the
chickens against lite first inurdcnms at.
sautt. Hu Hawlship bttilkcd In the first
instance by female interference, and Indig
nant at such a rreidttte stsertion r 'Wo
iu in' tUght,' boldly ttk hit stand in the
Orchard, waiting a rirablo opportunity
of renewing tho contest.
The good lady thinking thai "forbearance
was no longer a virtue' resolved to try
what virtue there wa in powder and lead,
and returning lo tho hotis, seitesl lh gun
which she handled with toino difficulty,
lining lost the tisn ofnne arm. She man
aged bowrvcr to hold tho brecclt agaitut
lier.slioulder with one lun.l, .at tho same
time resting the tmixxlo in Uie fork of an
apple-tree, and in this position the took
aim, unhitched, and killed thn Titrmi'iif sn
dead that he scarcely fluttered. Ilevtito
VI' Vr.nmi.iT Iissamk A iti cm. Ac
cording to the niinnal reiiort onho Trustee
or this institution wo leant that tho results
Tor tho past year were never more aatisfac.
lory nor gave better evidence of the zeal
and ability of those who hao discharged
tho trutt committed to them. Wo take tho
rollowing statistics from the report.
Five hundred and thitty-fivo patients
havo enjoyed tho benefit of tho institution.
There were .'172 nt tho commencement of
the year; 1C1 havo been admitted) lit!
have been discharged, and Hell remain in
tho institution. Of thoso Oisclirrgcd, go
havo reentered. 207 Stain benefienries
havo enjoyed Iho benefit of the Asylum.
There wero YM at the commencement of
the year ; lid havo been admitted ; 53 havo
been discharged, nnd 152 remain. Of thoso
discharged, 27 recovered. II. F..'lrg)tt.
Mr. Ezra Shnltuck of Readsboro,
was killed on tho 2 lib, nhilo at work at a
turning lathe. lie was pulling a stick into
thr!athc, about 2 feet long and 2 inchc
square, nnd whilo centering It, the stick
flew out of tho lathe striking him on tho
side of tho hcod. Ho lived about 18 hours
after the accident. Kagle.
1 tnr. in '1 irr.Tronn. Sunday even
ing, the largo hotel, in Union Village,
Thctfurd, waa totally destroyed by fire.
There wa no wind at tho limu, or tha
whole village would have been destroyed,
as there was no engine within nix miles.
The water had lo ho brought in bucket
from tho river. Two men narrowly escap
ed with their lives.
I'mc Wo understand that tho
dwclling-houso of Gen. Potter, of Pownnl,
was destroytd by fire on Thursday morn
ing or last week, at about 4 o'clock. Most
or tho furniture, wo learn, was sa-cd. Tho
amount ofdamago sustained our informant
did not learn. There waa no insurance
upon tho property, Itanntr.
Butter Ann Cheese. Franklin
County produce cither a largo quantity of
Rnttcr and Cheese, or figure do lie. Tliero
wero received at, and sent from Uio Kail,
road Depot in this villago in tho month ol
IHI,.iCU pound or iwer.
The valuo or Uiis amount of dairy pro.
iluco was not far from 73,000. Tho coun
ty in Vermont that can make ns good a
showing will pleoso say so St. Mam
Mors. In the town of Hydepark,
Lamoille County, there wa 110 perron
engaged (in part) in growing hops tho pres.
ent year. Whole quantity raised 75 tons.
The growers have sold a low as 22 nnd
up to 30 cent, evcrago about 2(! cents,
miking about $10,000 paid to tho grower
tho present year, for this article alonn.
Mr. Daniel Tarbell, Jr., or South
Royaltou, has purchased tho Green Moun.
tain Herald establishment nt West Ran
dolph w learn. Whether Mr. Tarbell is
hitnscirto cuter Iho editorial profession, wo
are not informed. Mr. T., is a scholar, ono
or nature' geniuses, and should ho under
take the laborious and rcspotwihlo duties
of an editor, ho will open before him a
brilliant future. We co no nntlco of this
Important event in Uio Herald, and our in
formation come to its verbally from a citl
zen or West Randolph. Vermont Journal.
Dnr Aiir ul Accihext. Last Wed
nesday, P. M a young man in Worcester,
named Alonzo Jones, living wlUihisfatlvr,
about four miles from thi village, by somo
meant, accidentally discharged a gun ho
that tho chargo of shot entered hit inouUi
and lodged in his brain. Ho avas alivo
late on Wednesday evening, hut there wa
no prospect that ho could aurvivo more
than few hour. Ho did not appear to
realize anything. Wo ant informed tint
ho wa plowing In the field, previous to tho
accident, and that another lad had placed
the gun nn tho ground. Ho look hold of
the barrel Ut remove it, when it wa dit.
charged. When will men nnd boy bo
careful not to placo themselve before I he
inuzzlo of any gun fltrioulon.
Death Br ScAi.bt.vo On Wed.
nesdaylast, a little son of .Mr. Thomas
Pratt, of Ihrrurd, aged two year and
three month met wiUi almost instant death
by falling Into a caldron kettle filled with
boiling swill n. Cltritlian Mtttengtr.
Mr. Rundy, of Lyndon, ha invent
ed a machine for digging polatoos. Tho
idea consuls in providing mould-boards
wiUi slits, so constructed as to work thro'
the soil, acUng like a sieve, raising and
separsUng tho poutoct from the esnli, and
leaving most of the earth or toil in iu place,
Mr. B. claim Uiat it will turn out scleral
acre of potatoc in a day, and that it can
be handled with a much facility a a com.
moil plow llagle.
Shall Pox n U'ATraroso.- Mr.
Cum. Hustings, of Waterford, is seriously
111 with the SmiU Pox. She took Uio m.
ft-clion at Keene, N. II, at the tluio of Uie
State Fair, There were a number of case
of Uie disesse in Uia tillage of Koene at
thit Utoe. How did it happen that Strang
era in attendance upon the Fair were ex.
I""sd U an infections disease ?- Ca!rJani.
We hive hiwi . .
'peeling the tn , ,,f s, "7
stsment Ita r. ,
rvoistnpoi ha .in , ts,l
nu preparations btv.' , , '
foiwardnmt that If, , , I
lr. Th allies trer,' , -1
In a r.iUon imptrgnit 'wl
tWXM tha. ruAle if c -Si
clve against iVo.oOij R ; .Vis,!
The pre natations are ir
dable character, tivl lt, ,
that the taking f M,t ,, '
... ijnsi ,a, , sr
tiren landed, with mar -e, i 2irsi
Wt. L I ll. 1. - C i I
Mentc ,i.n is t.,e4 u be
collecting a largo armv f,f lll
relleaing the IihIn-m it ss a-- I
heslegers. The litter .i,Vi.4 '
reiving rrinlorcnnrnts,and a, u"
IW WHI FretK h eoldtem f rfJ?-
thirta bad Mi-aln t.AA. . .
rouilr in lenna anl Undoa. u I:
or Sehastopol, bul the pttb.. .
believe It. k
Odes accounts, or the ?t), fc
(lOrttchtkolTwa st that ,., - ,
witinn at llitehe Serais, hid ' 1
ti MnKn.,,,iu.t .n.t A. . i - .1
. .....j ...,.....,,, i.u.mm
the Daiinhe Inlo the Drnbritik
ltrd Stratlnnl da ItedcliiT, , li,
ister at ! Vni.tsutl,..,,,!,, I
tmicuting a t'mnaiio mipprr (', t 1
Circassian nd (Seurgtan star, , 'I
At'TlltlRt WHO SAW Till P....
ii.i. .ii.nMnrM.w.i,. ' il
- ..... .l.l. .I'll ttp c
inenl in ll.n ..lurlnna I.,.,.... '
arnilna .in liw. Iim.iIi. .T .1... i. sil
Kiiiglakc, the author or " Kutsk In
bci u a welcome loluntecron tir m
lnl n.i. t l "fl
hii.i, on- uat f jjj
has escaped, liltn hit Lordslnii, n,P
nn.:. I..H. i...i. :
w. ...iin i,ii niiiku, (ui inorr tnss
casiun, were heard to lutic lr.jt
Mr, Irfiynrd, the durnver r r x, .
witnessed tho tislllo Imm l!io mm
tho AganieintKiii. and is the (,,,
rumilr-nt nfltin Wu... ..I... 1. .
w,v "in. ii i , - a,
graphic ait account uf what h fJ
mi Kiuiiy H,SUIOU.
Sir. Russell, tho ohlo ccrrespomln)
tho samo paper, is said tn Imr i,,
hnrso shut under him In the fight
looked upon with ns much wonder
rrom tho narrowness of hit wipe, u ,
Georen Itmwn himsrlf:
Giiiboii found his Hampshire imb'tur.
S'irn nf rrrnnl Mri..iii.i, uli.i, I.. . . .
t. v -I.. H nu (.siiici:,. a
scribo tho innicmenlH and tnumplis ori
Itntlinn tmrlnii. a.nl l. L'n...Ll. -i I
- " - " ..... i.tww. i.i inu .nm,
will find, like Gibbon, that his pieirrmcal
the Alma has been ol essential stnKi (ol
tlm lino lindnrsf ari.lini. nCll... .... I
tin riimiiietie.H In. ln.l.i.i. r.r .1. I
jn : : r" rr. 'Ks
nvi ...ii ii..j .ii .ii-ecniiu.
liondon Illuttrnlcd .Vnt
News must rtir Mi-nn tl,.i...
Cinistissitift. Wo learn that .Major t,vt
United States Mexican Boundary Ccsi.
Biorier, dispatched Mr. Wheaton, on. m
assistants, ahead of his main con, sous
. . ... ... . , ..j ..... ... ,7.,r,i.
order lo bo in tlmo to stall the bonaa
siuaey at the dale provided for by theim.
ty. InformaUoil had reached tlm Cwt
slonor at San Atdonio, Texas, on the ia
ultimo, thai Mr. W. had duly arrived it t
Paso ten day berore.Jtho apjioMW
and up to tha 25th ultimo, un infurmux
had been received oflho Mexican Camus,
sinner at El Paso or Chihuahua, bitinjtir
vm.lln rilmnr itmt tin nt.il l.l.
-n .... p,Jl( vnq
hemmed in by hoslllo Imliaus, iu am
Dwaiungati niiuiuotiai inilitaty fmt, it
would tirobahly not roach El Y"o
November. Tho pony of the Amcmil
av.iiiiiiiii.niuiiur, an wen n iiie pniprnju
their rlinrrre. im, I eHennml wiil.r,,.. I.u. u
lllO irrniit Htfirill In llint nnnrf. fin tla
15tll llttitTvi. Ilm .nnui I1..I1. ..I iV. turf. I
wero making their way from Imliairit U
El Phso, Hatiafitctorily, being then sill
two day march or Bexar, (Sin Antnnlai
All w..ll .. r. . 1, !. i... .1.. i....
-u,.. i.i aa niiumi vj .nu
Department, at thia tune. 'Ai'fl
a aasu ltat.LII'lttCITVTHV.IlTV.
Waini.tiiToir, Nov. 7th fiV. M.
Mr. l'erley, or Now Brunswick, rt-turial f
hero on Saturday, on business cotuwW I
with tho Reciprocity Trenly, and kvi
terview with President Pierce, Mm
Morcy and Cushlng and Hon. .Mr. fn
ton. Canada and New Brunswick hirqi
confitmed tho treaty by Igislatno trail
menus, nnd provided for it going into rl
meiiiato operation, our government al
promptly consented to admit tlionredar
those provinco into tho U. S. m
recently established with rcsiwct b CmJ
onial fisherios, anoUior Treasury crnrl
is to be issued accordingly.
Prince Edwards island produce wit'ik j
included in this circulsr, but no ofli-ita I
formation of tho Legislative pioceeir( I
that Island lias yet reached here.
Tho colonic aro much indebted U l
Perlcy for energetic nnd successful rtl
tion in their behalf. He lcfillilnwii"i
and it is aaid proceeded lo Nona Saw,
which provinco has not yet taken in; K
Uonon tho treaty, and isUlierefuro euU
od froni Uio advantages of the prmi
Asiotiier Dnr.Ain tn. Railhoid Ae
iik.sit. Chicago, Aon. il. Thu ff
irainiienco tor Hock Island, luc"
Chicago at 1 1 o'clock on WednesdiTlA
met with a most frightful accident, tf
by tho breaking of on axletree of lit
Cin adieu near the Minoka suUoa,tbe I
suit, it U said, of running over a horn
mo irncK, j uc engiuo and a poruiKt'
of thu car worn thrown from the IrKf-J
great violence, breaking thn rilnol1'
gineerand killing, wounding, or sc -f
liom ,yj io ill nrsUclas tsriigrn "
citizen of Jnilct nromntlv rendrrrd i. C
nssutanco in their mwcr to the
Physician who wero present s" ''
III 21 hour.
At thn latest account all t'l "t3
had been removed to a Isrge st'D
int; on Scott .Irei l. in iln. vniaite. in:' t
employees or tlm railroad comrnir.
a the ci'irens of the village, witt-1
every effort to allevialn llmir suflln"
It appeass that when Uie engine r
track tho two forward tiasaeur-er Clrt
hurled on top crit, and I lie steam WT
was driven with tremendous force U""' !
tho denso mats of human reifig l',cj
closely among tho areck of the cars.
Tho engiuicr, W. G. Brown, '
fully scalded. Ilia brother. lctlli'M ts
man, had both legs broken. A geoMSj"
named CariKuiler. fnnn PoHylikectaO-' r
Y waa terrib v burned and scalded , J "
Albion, of Morgan county, Onto, a
eerely calded ; (several nsrnes, no :',
In ..,..V..I" I a-ll .1 . Mrs fit '
Washington county, lows, srvere'r V-
en J i;alliarine l.suglilin, of do, very
outly injured Margaret Uughnn.tr
lyshurg. Pa, seriously if not fstai r!
ed. Wohava bern unable to l "
ntinias of Uie other sufferers, but are it5
.-d. on what w have reason to lJ" "
b respectable authonty, thtt th ,vt
number of passengers who were sen-41
wounded I not under forty.
We shall endeavor io yet uiw .
tails wirhout delay. Tha condor'-
train. Afr. Van If,,.!,.-, aafiml ' "
III. ., ,
very slight Injury. When our o'rv
left tho aceno of disaster at 10 o
terdsy forenoon, several of l'i " '
scalded reniattml Inseimbl' . " '
were writhing in their last T
"" Naw on " ' ,
No appear iocs of (he ' a ' '
and Aioerlca, n-jw due firta f
lb. IS'swai, tsur wmis th fMir