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( I MOttt0, tWtll M tHA. 1T kfriimtmu mriW a-.,- la i 1 a-ilwfc M MlMr mhu I at ta twine la llta mn-lmg K?l rl rrl. fat . ll,Mtll fw 7i s, T. flW 41U- M,WM r , i,r ' T 41 I'M. hnlav I f H r linn a, iM4.fl, twm. i,m r m. H fal dan.,,, . .l.tir X .! MUWtwIn , J I N f fMlftlMMttllll,lMI A. kaM t r M ilKUilllkHM. TIIC ItnitALII. We hiH lo cwr u)rrrlitd Into, (vt4 o lh firm en; J Jti vr-it. The "? N wWnWo iug fur the Itattlji t-w yrar oa lit ttot if Jia, twit, iH be Uklr rra the ind T1 muWi U tlu (Um on our tM, it , trmlff, b tit St to B.t. II It Kh olcfWr tint h ltl)f4 fuu prr t Ui)t Hut taring ' tU;rr. Ill li7 Jw lajrna tt lit j fn&rf lid fctMi. tW etsmFt Wk. ' Tb buM J) toai hilii; kt t ItoUk4 OuMf, UI t trkVro fruca tb ; i4,riM. I AtfltmnJ from th trtlM U1 not, j It iny , U ttmttUi, Bolen Iirpi, ia J 4tm umjii oar rnu. xaoa. Wo iw lit IIkilii ImxiU bifor It rlf, la onlrr lo do UjS, isutt ctrtitc r rt ntitt. T)t (nr it ttv lower llivn nj piper in thn fiui. Rol!tn4 Cooot U itctibrrt nntll r k ;wr Cooxtjf. It it tije it.) rvlt, ts4 it rwg titrti in ctlth b4 ppal Uimi ewr rpill tliin o otiir ono itf llw fuwinn. VS'ebrllet'oitrin, tiij wilt, up. (rt ctfuSf ptpcr, I "iw' tupptri, V r witbin M-en or rigbt (wart til tlx: cttir, I lit citj ptpert xie tlmiMt ftltt to at of IhliftMtuijr, 7Vmlal Itn re nl to t)e tit for u(f of ono rt or irwdtct, wli r i U fjr Itoroo piper ! Cm e llfnl1 ir it tint "uuof i)itg rl"? After Ibe t of Jinuity next, tJi lerm for ll HtttLo wilt be Viilt je mlKtibert, in ulitntr, f ,5 Atl other-, 10 lachibeofSS, ," II not ptbl in dritKc( the price will be Two IhUat, . if Tut HriTiTmrrmstr Coxri. Tlo, Itilt contention will ba held t Ku Albioi, on Ui I7tli of Jtnatrjr. Tlia pro J of Hu Albtnt will ir hrirtjr ueU com to l-'un win inxy oo fit li ittenl I hit niettlnj, end on ind will do much In 14 iu cll.n, nl furnUti tij tnl cooifart to iu momberi. Tbf r no pirliculir lnliuiJul, nor elect elm of men, nbota pirticultr cJ. In; ll it to tlUnJ, nu tilte pirtin tin pro ceejioji of lh Hute Convention. If Uifl cilIU; of tocb coaieiilbm U tiecemry, n-1 If Hs net Ion hu njr oxr to ilJ t!e emu W teinteritc, Ihen it cownw tlio pexjjilo f eitertll to jpto it their ctreful Untion. ll houU not bo left lo few to tteiil it, itor to tn pirtkulir pcrwni lo ct pirt tn it Whit kite we teen ilarinj the ll few yiutl iaH thin The Iglilttnra piteee t Itw, tnl thereupon cotntiuei fierce conflict tnvmj Irmpenlo mnn, n4 intern, futile men, in rrferenre lo'lhil tel. The (TrU of profmteJ tnp?rince men rt, ia fret inenute, ncutnliioJ bjr arrrl tnion; hemere. Keiere trcuutloix, crifflinttbnt inJ rrcritniutti'jnt follow, in !ucuurijj whit cwjhl nj whtt ought not lo htte been done. There it itot much eff.nt to lU tnl cirrr out the goai brjpin, bat libor MpfnJeJ In Ulk UU Ulk. lxt lh IfgiiUture do it mijr, iu elm f wnlttioo tnJ comsilMien are the theme of eooleoUon durinj litrge pirt'of the If the Ktite Contention inoett, iu ection It tuch thit it inlrwlucet new confuiion into the temperiDCo Hihet, Men known fu -a In Iia rC Km f I rf ea. I ftf. i r tii... j ler, end cf cnowledced influence, ere tlnjlr.1 out knd hold op bjr.theM l.nen of cootentkm aa faypucritra and raacalt ; the people are auouaoned and rallied not to aJ4 lha taw, and the adoplej tyttem of ae tki rut to act agalnit tho alliroite evil, hot to withdraw their eonfUenea from their bet men, and to act agaiiul (Arm, thcr thin the tvtt. Ttelawa eovctd.anJ the plant adottrd la coavmUoat do much good, but they are ahorn of loucb of their efficiency by bkk "O thl we were J at la Iirael ! ' n', ' seTJ'1 S3 " int j aiy lae leaorn or aoroe ciKjor, - men me law would hue been petfectrJ, or tin actiaaof the convrutbn would htve been bitter. Our kind of temperinee men w-ould hn aet the hjle uitler right ... . . : Bjt v wer ideated, or thwarted by thi or thU 'raaeal,' 'hypaeiile, Mlaie-amrr,' deoiigojpi' iit-, &ci and therefore we ill da wuthiag for temperance, bat every, thin; lo thwart, overthrow, and cruih tho opponaule 4 ' our aocirt,' be he never M goad a Iraperanre min." It hat been very mdeot thit certaio wateonlenu among traiperancw turn have deligbtnd in throwing odieai oa the liquor tar, and lav etood ator frout iu ri!Kn, gtoned in lit Iwficieocjr, avtnply Urca-e it wak oo mod W ia all iu puu to ttt Jadiixiail opia iaa and whuut. Now, what w Uh ta aay it Ihtat Jet tea pen nee torn attend the Kute Con-ra tion, u teprtenUUrr cf the poop'.ft, aod na( at (Wrgitea iX cltqoei and par let. iM them aUa'lo unite all tetnperaiiea tut n, and to tiept nteaaanx la aid tenipmnen, tad U inaVo cert tin men rompkoooa, to aetect 'organ-," lo back up "our oc lety"- and ta iejore particular torn. iHteatprruice hu t&cieti ajlue in avance ad apjwtile,-itkout rwtti lag wprwrt from Uiaptrince lam, Wat at laaWacttmag aeittart trwa the raaka f leenpmnce. Eati-l M tuaay at (..ik! i f,v 4 tfc prol.iVitory la w. t'mu the ynpathkw xthewp!. Brthniullo toward men ho art uwerate. aul not drive ibm rJT WcAuaeof tblWouHM ia iaix o tnrth- j bit if nailer vl tal- n . 1 ... I ixU f policy and aakn. The nuca to kM ,L:. . i. .V ... ... ' " - '"r A Mtlat j M, '....a at Daring Us last Ortx ywm, JlvtlakJ hu Itxrtaiwl u aou uJ i-fndsUe unn rap. J lira try wt i uj it Wrn.MiL It t rarwnttt ! firs fcnj M vVooaiMe f (Mm Tber ar, pmVi My, r rf M la-.iWs' krhwd tkitdr-a is tUs vtiif, inj lb r4 M o-tt j H. Vug meet is th J. i them la the t bp i nl HOTy-f jetli thua o the rUr it.J hir iVnt lWrd Usrtli-r ail tVreeir. Wr-et. At ie U,ry ir r ll 4MV.jr Klmt-Unn, mi tin oowti,., u pm. Ukj m woat hardly -H W iwnf,. h: xitH be iftn the .j ttii gttitf Koux rrUied lie MMrn for mmwkj to !!, bet lb nvt nit, lt ran come wit norei, mile kIkmI-LijC." It IbM as AtiMitr was boiSt. nwtic; ft UxnMttj dsltark. h it t UtejMaw It h tfim, n4 U, firpml rtIVM lMlf ra. At turwni Ur Tin tiJItft ewnpotftj, BirtiJ lut Snrinr, mr Oirtnct, lad m n) t!il it tixvJi mem fwt on irt !loocc. I.irt Hfinr,(UnW vim or edwr. rif, U u uaw too '.tie to rajuirv,) t)ie dirtjKt 4iirUrrJ, tnifvot r?w du. lntt m ttntti oat of lUe .)im of Uw olJ. In tUnt t tin JiiUict. tlM-r brni Ihj.o m imMUan to ,'uro rxJ loli, nl 6t Ioum. It eotlt Aeitly, tut lb- (Ml btmuing cto b purcKawJ, 4 rtedklb. ( M Imi In No. IS, whichcoraprUelhtMNebrt. la" portioa of the tillage wewtol the rail. wt, a cbooUtoute hit been tteeted dur In; the put 3tnmer, at a out tit not leu Oian $ 1.0X1. The Orand Ut of thU dn. trict di in ricrej M0. I'rotn thi., it vxxj be ffoeMed whtt it Ihe inleulion anJ puitofthe tit pijert. Tho houte it of wvnj, wiilt two roonit on the ground floor. The internal arrangement of the roomt it at it ahonld be, and tutted to tho wanU and cotufortt of the children of citiluol men and women. It U well warmed, well en- I tilltted. and well aetted. The cntrancci are in a tower on Ihe north aide. Thi un common addition girct a pleaiin j look to lite atructuiF, and when a bell ilull hang in iu topt will Rirc forth a plrtuant aound. Orer one hundred are now attending tint acliool. Two eiperienccd .iinl popular teachen are doiij tho eticntitl work. In No. ID, a tchunMioufo hit hern built during- the put aeaaon on North itrrct,t a co.t twt lrt than 42,700. An ample ground of fire ro.li frent, running back tu tn rodt lua bevn liandiotnel; endotoil, and divided into two yardt. The homo it of brick, two ttonea in height, and it plac ed one bumled leet from the atrect. The lower room it twelve fcrl high, well warm, ed, and la ventililoj bjr dropping the uw per aaah of the wlndowa. KeYcnty-flvo eclolan can be comroruhljr ncilrsl. Hero the younger -cholara grow wlter and bcl. ter, under the direction of two ftrat-rate fc. mile teachen. The upper room it of like iic,athiileeii and a ln'f feet high, accom modated by a ventilator, and tho vcholar III it verge on ininhnod and womanhood.are taught by a man, well fitted to control and lo teach. A rwnplat euit t.f Maj ill aoon adorn the walla, and aid tho acholara. In No. 1!0, tho N. 11. portion of tho vil lage, thero ia wealth, and a plenty of cholara. There U alto, what ia common ly called, a echool-houte, tcry old, rather ml, and qutto untuned to iu place, and purpoac. Hut tlia god nrorki of a gooil teacher will eervo to cover up, in part, tho aim of the owner ol tho houao and child ren. In No. 2, tlia H. 1 portion of the vil li ge, a home it now erecting, which will coit about fif'WO. It U of brick, onealory in height, aiity feet in length, and thirty feet in width. Tho two rooma arc fourteen feet high, with ventilator-, and acaU aimi. Iirtolhoaoln No. ID. The lloor under the detka it level, at they tbould bp. The driVt are but alightly aloping, and will ac couunodate, in each room, aevcnty-Dve eliolare. There it an ample entrance hall, and behind the leachet'a deak it a tmall room for a library, apparatus, ctcr Tho indowa are tumcienlly numerout, and pro- leet(J by blindt. The crounJi corer ' , , . . pace of oier half an acre, and the hoiuq ta nda removed from the noUe of the atrrcta and ahopa. Two teachen wi'.l commence work in thU liou-e about the fintofjanua. ry, and tcholin enough will attenl to keep them buiy. Theae tlireo lioutee havn no windowa opening into the rchool roomt from the tree!, but are placed in retired placea, In the tnidtl of ample fieldt, at they ahoold be. Ho it JI be aeen, that in our villtge, " three yean, about twelve il,ouin,J Jotlira have beeneipended for evpended School building alone. During the pre, cut winter, eight teachen are employed in ll. r.unmrm Ilrn In I km . ,, . . , aitu imn a t"v iw( ut it , u iittiraiv choultoncrrnuvg w hich we cannot apeak. The village of Itutltnd will par to iu van. out School teachen during the pretent Winter, not tot than J 1,0(0. Add to rJtia th coil of Are wood, tay f idd, and aomo cwtimUa may be formed of lite condition of School Mitten in llutland. We hope no one will be ao fuolUh aa to enquire, "Would not the plan of Union ScJtooli hive been better for the acholan, oat tSflOQ lr thia year, $500 lc every year alter. ward, and given ut a permanent acbool under the control of a male teacher the year round, and alio permanent ft-mitc choolt fjr tchoian of a middle and young er eger" llurUa out tbtt old fool! he wtnu lo make the Cotmoon Scboota a good aa a select" acliool, he brlievca ia gtriag every boy and girl an equal chance, bo thiaka what it good for one to know, it good for all, he, why he ia democratic ia hu tutieaa, away with thit troubleaomo "Vltow! -Tut CatMOrouraAaT Auocia. tiov ThU Aaaoclttiea haa itt rooua at tjaoJinky, Ohio, where tutor, paintings and other worLt of Art are drpaailrd, and ire annually dutribvtod lo the tort&bcrt Popular lagaiiae art ahw iurd to the rnestbera. WwUeirlirletmalo a meibUr. hla, H.l.h'mutrtCattletda.liUteAg'l ia ihW wimty. Tc IWoa a (t uWribiijo to tha capital alack of the Uaakof lUtlavi, will be opencJo. lh. irth t Ui. tl the bank Oia.la.ll la riaai.,a . rra-al Vf the liacbe-m of the geeUrnra who hue a pTiutlrrxe ef out Huu I'n , and the Oxuty Jaitt. we are able ta fin oar md'-n the nawbei of ertmiutlt wnm4 ia IhW State, tol 1m a atitrnient theertflttsfta whieh tWy are con&aed. Tr Hvart. I'tite. The oomVer now wndvetiM directtNiof Od. Unlaw it Uty tte. Cout KK'd for tsvrdef , three j man itiojUcr. foeri Mghway rohbrry, wS; ar n, own rapei, threet burgliry, twelve; fargrry, three; ItareerlraUng, aui ink, three: rnjwaeg eoairterfrit taeoey, Ww; lirterrT, l-roy-6tei bigamy, one. Teiito eoeiKtedof mar Jer hive bad tbevr rrtrtrra otanrnuted, one to linprta Knnt for life, and Ihe other for fifteen yean. The third ia I Itltonn, convicted at the li.t term of the Rutland County Court, and mw in otjtry confinement. We aak tpeeialattentlaa to Ihe following eitract from CoL llatlow'a tetter. It It be read and rrmembrrpd. It epeakt Vol-urtn-a. " The pecuniary pnxjaxu of our l'riaon look nther glomy for want ol more Con vicU t lour yran ago now, we hid W cen vicui now, only fi5. A large portion of our eipentra are the aame, with thit auull number, at when a had the larger num ber, and 111- receipt tnurt be about iSQO leei for thit year thin then. "I hive hnked abut for tho cauae ; lit. Thought juitice wit not meetod out at it hould be, by our Court. Hut I am dnveu to the cotwlnlon, after all, that ear n'it. pral tiVfwr Imu it tSt ml taxun ; 'rliif li.l am ure, I an injorr o the I'riion in thit rewt, and will be the mranaof itt calling on the Bute Treaaury for a t-trtion of iu npport when, if no Liquor Law waa in force, it would he ablo lo pay a email turn into the Treatury annually. Alter all I think the law ia doing moro good than harm, and hopoitwill be enforced, more efficiently than ever, in future." JUL 1.1 1'aiMELI.t Cot'.xtr. Now confined, four. One fur bigamy; two for Icaling j and one for atsault and battery. During the patt year,thirly-one dinerentin diiidutla have been ahutup in thit jail. During the year prcviout, aevcnty-fiur. CiiiTTtsitr.'v Co. Number now in jail, ail. Ono for robbery ; two for burglary j one for larceny ; one for debt ; and one for drankrnnei. Cair.no.iu Co. Two are here Incarcer ated, Ono fur paiiing counterfeit money; and one for theft, though hot yet tried. Well done I Caledonia I OaiMir. Co. In tho jug, coven. Two for atreling from freight can ; two for burg lary and larceny, broko jail a abort time aince, but were retaken ; ono for rape; ono for trrpnM ; one for atcaling; another has been ahut up for Healing, but got out, and atill cvulct recovery. I.amuii.i.i: Co. Kmpty! Aaiuins Co. All tlia citizens of tlua County are out of jiil except two. Ono Sheldon Pond ia accuted of murder, but haa not received hia trial j the other com mitted aault and battery. Wi.ititna Co. Tho moat poputoua coun ty in VL, hat four of iti law. breakers hous ed up. Ono lor atsault and battery, with intent to kill ; one fur anon ; ono for trea i -aauli, with intent lo kill, Wijdium Co. Ko". now lhareerat6oT one So much for Ihe prevalence or Wa ter euro ! IU'TM.id Co. Iaw.brrakcr arcnofa voritea in this County, and by tho vigilance of the executivo oflicen and faithfulness of the courts, a largo tharo of criminals nro now ahut up. Tha number now behind tho gnten and bars is thirteen. Three for forg ery; ono for subornation of perjury; one for npe; four for aaaault and battery; two for selling liquor ; and two for petty lar eery. Watiu.ioTo.-r Co. Ono man in jail.and ho for an attempt to commit a rape. Ianirs Feitival. On Thunday even ing, Dec. &'ih, the luliea connected with Ilaptitt aocicly l Rutland, will hob' a fes tival in tho new Town Hall. The hall will be splendidly illuminvtctl, and decorated in a Uitcful manner, for the occasion. Tables ui',1 bo spread with luxuries and substantial ediblea. There will be for salo a largo amount of Psney Articles provided for this occasion. Good music will be in readiness, and every thing will bo arranged for the pleaiura and comfort of the viVilors. Tho proceeds of the festival will be appropriated lo the pure hue of an organ for the HaptUt church. Fatal Accmr.iT. On Friday last, the passenger tnin moving south over tho Western Vurmont railroad, nn over, and kilted a man in ihe town of Shaftsbury, He waa deaf and dumb, about forty yean of age, and wat in tho act of crossing the tnct a few roda from hia house. Owing to a short curve in the road, tho engineer on the locomotive could not tee the man upon the tnct till close upon him. Tho whistle wu sounded, and the brakes hrought to bear, but the unfortunate man could not, be made conscious of tho i pproach of the tnin. The ofEcen on iho tnin procured a pbyai cian and did whatever they could by per sonal kindness and a generous contribution of money, to aid the atllictcd and dependent family of the deceased. This is the second death that haa ocenred on the Wralern Vt. II. It., since tho com inencemenl of IU construction. Both ac cidenU w ere the result of the carelessness cf the victims. The two articles of poetry, on our first page, are original, and both are very welcome. We are obliged to reject the moat that is sent os, not bccioie we ran make better, nor becatue we are unaccom modating ( but those huty productions will interest very few, tod would do a greater injury to the writer to have them publish ed then to reject them. We call attention to the advertise ment of Ihe "American Art'uu Union," aid advise our reader to have nothing to do with iu Anyone can satisfy himielf of the quality of the pictures cheap meio. linU by calling at our office. Tua TtACHtai' V out for Stptm Ur. From the Publisher we hu e rrccn ed ihe proof sheets in aj ranee of the usual lime of publication. How ViaHosr raortcTi Hour. Is. ui'iiai. The Vermont Christian Mann gtrt printed at Northfield, si a, I'trf the last tit months we hue not re teivrd money enough from our subscribers' to pay fur the whtu piper oa which it is primed.," Ucnnonl XctuOtHtcmo. Wl are sorry U tram tbit tha ritea , aire stove fcUry at Mooen Jonetion,CH. 1 toaUcv, N. V, owned by Jltw. Rieii.wia j etrlirtly dewtreyed by fvra on the night "I j the thh Inst. Il wt driren by nram pow. j er, aod the loss of machinery and stock it very eridfrablr, and fUlt hevvily on Uie ; praprirtoi. Vt Vvi. Carr. Ainravoi. "Die ilattsburgh ltifmUira, ootiemg Ihe dttetnn4 of 3d Canird that his stesmert have carried over one hundred Iboutand piiwengen without j losing a man, iyi tbtt Ctin Andennn, I of Ihe steaioer UntitJ StzJii, on Iake I Charwpiain, has. In his twenty -two year j aerrier, carried over knf a ntStttn vf ps- se-ngers, end Inst but one linn, vnd that without any fault of his or hu crew. Dor. ing thia time lie has been in-trumental in rrcnlnf -nore than twenty H-son from dro nlng some pf thfyni by his individual efforts, ll it a fact wo believe that all the I nasUn of ar like steamers, Imo proved themselves caieful and comjwtent, and that co inland miigation has been attended uith so little disaster and lava of life at on our lake. Ik. -The Vk I'rtu says that Mr. I 8. Run was overtaken, while riding in a leigh, on Saturday night in Unde thill, by a team of four bones with a sjage attach ed, lie was run over, hia sleigh demol ished, and hit hono carried away by tho runaways. Mr. Rutt escaped uninjured. The driver of the tttge learn, and tho pa, aengen were " wanning" themselves by a fire. PatMiCM Awsaucii. We learn from the N. V. Olrrrrer, that tho Committee se lected lo decide upon the meriU of the TncU oiTcrvd on the aubjecl of - Tho Ro. rponnbility of thu Chriitian Merchints of the United States fur tho speedy conver sion of tho world lo Christ," have awarded the prise of one hundred dollar i to the tnct prepared by John A. Jameson, Khj., (lorm erly Tutor in tho Univenity of Vermont, now a flourishing lawyer in Frcc(ort, Illi noil,) as most inccordanco with tho adv er tived propoail, and in their view as hest adapted lo )roinote the ohjccU of tho donor. Moan Gulp. William Hankenon, a returned Californian of Springfield, Mas., lias lately been exploring the State of Ver mont in search of the precious metals, and has found deposits o' gold on tho Gulf Stream, to callcd.iu tho south-western part of Plymouth, at tho head of lllacfc River; also in Ihe townv of Shclhume, North Sher burne, Stockhridge, Pittsfield, ltarnard. Undgewater and Woodstock, on tho Quo- chec. Tho gold thus found is purer titan that found ill California, and is worth one dollar more per ounce. In some of tho pla ces enumerated above, Mr. Hankcreoti got fifty cents worth of gold from n pan of dirt, which would bo considered moro than a fair yield in the California diggings. Frte I'rtu. A young man lately went from Swan ton, Vt.toNapieniillc, III. I lo applied to Rev. , School! Supt., for a certificate lo keep ochool. The following is an ex tract from tho report of, tho examination : ' When hocamo to History, he asked our taken place in Vermont ? 'One, sir.' 'All I where was it, sir ?' 'In Bennington.' 'Was there no more, sir.' 'No, air.' 'Ah! was not tho tattlo of I'latUburgli fuught in Vermont P No, sir, Piatuourgh is in Now York.' 'PlatUburgh ia in Vcrinont,sir,and il you aro aa ignorant as all that comes too you can't havo a certificate from me.' Disastrous Fire i.i Wiilcott--Wo learn that a disastrous fire occurred in the village of Wolcott, early last Sunday morn ing, in which tha Woolen Fnetory, rwncd by Judgo Uano, Pennock anil O. (iriswold, Iho Saw Mil! and Clapboard. Machine own ed by T. Jones, and tho dwell Ing-houso of Mr. Crane, cmbricing properly lo the amount of about 7,000, wcro entirely con sumed. The firo aceincd to havo originat ed in the Saw Mill, but how, is not known. The (lrit Mill, only, was Insured, for$l, 000 in tho Vt. Mutual, and tho loss will hesr extremely hard on somo of tho owners. Vrttmnn, A Frenchman in Burlington had put up a limine.! Card in his shop. By some chance it found its way into tho TVn Vrtts. It was at once taken down in tho shop and the following nne substituted : CABINET Sllril'. Any adinisiion except for tho mans whant aomo ting i dnnt wliant enny Roddy look at whit i writ i link much better fur him gone chool be foro c fine faut on tha man ncveir learn cnglico be fore you put som lings on tha Papcn long enuf for find som in french you mad miitak you self on the Papers. Wi.idiiiw Co. Coubt. Session for Nov. S. R. Hemme.iwat rr. Siuom Mrraa. This was an action of assumpsit, brought by tho PlaintiiT ns Irarrr of two promissory notes originvlly made by the Deft, to one Phcebo Myers. For Ihe do fence, it was imistcd: 1st. That ono of aaid notes had been paid while the original payee held the samo and before any tnns fer; and that Ihe other nolo was given without comideratlon. 2d. That both notes were not made negotiable, and lhat Ihe word Inrtr had been auhsequently in terlined in each aforesaid notes without tho knowledge or content, and nnder the ruling of the Court, Ihe question of tho de fendent's liability, mainly turned upon tma point. The Court instructed Iho jury, that al though they should find that the word Ifar. rr was not In aaid notes at tha time of their execution, yet, if any time while they were current, tho defendent nude the notes ne gotiable, or consented that they should be so made or acquiesced in auch alteration and promued to pay them, he wu liable otherwise, not. Tha Jury were not all night, returned a verdict for the plaintiff lo recover g 110,11 and hu co-U. .Irgui. State rr. Gcoauc Davidiox. The respondent was charged with atealing four sheep, the property of Unit I.. Rugg and Truman Cobb, from the barn of aaid Rugg, in Jamaica, on the 10th day ol November, 1653. Plea, not gnilly. Verdict of guilty by the Jury, Seottncs by the court, two vtsn la lbs Sut prison.-. Knfr, HrsTrrt. TAttnRttR.- The irtditl-nv-nt rhtrged that lb resppnitni, on the 3d dty of Agnt natt, frianimsly atole a vninlrty of booU and Wt from George . Collet and others at Itntllehom, of the val ue d abont sitty dollar. Plea, not guilty. Tlia Jory returned a verdict of guilty. The rntence by Ore court, onsyrar in tha Ststa PllSOrfW Ik. W are glsd ta learn that Oovrm or Royee). who haa been seriously (ndi I.wl sinee js relorp from Mimtprller.bvs ahnott entirely ieov crrJ. VI. . Vloas Mil mgtr. We notice with plea rare the ap pointment of (I. W. Ilartibom, lrdilor of tlte Orleans County Uaxetle, ia Clerk of the Courts In Orleans County. Thia it one of the appointments that are fit to be made. Hartshorn deserves wrll not only of the Whig party, but of the whole people of Or leans Comity, for his indntrious and ener getic rflWts to furnish llirni a good homo paiicr. Tho Gaxcite has improved at least a hundred per ce it under hit management, and we doubt not will Improve still more. Il'indter Jvurnnl. The ' ruUngfon Star says that ono lliotitand and sixty dollan have been re ceived at Ihe Pension Office, on account ol money fraudulently obtained from that bu reau by Jacob Slingcrland, who is now in the Vermont Slate Pnson,liaviiig been con victed on forgesl pension catcs. Thcso re ceipts are probably Iho electa of tho sale of real estate that belonged to Slingcrland' wife, before her marriage. A Great Load Tho Railroad Mncalt siys that in October last, a loco motive on tho Minn Hill and Schuylkill Ha ven Railroad (Pa.) drew a train of tU loaj. ed cars, weighing about U100 tons or I, 800,000 poundt.and which was fully Mrre. fourth of a mile long. This is, without doubt, Iho greatest load ever drawn by a ainglo engine. The Messaue. Wo havo not yet found room for it entire. Tho Democrats are in ecstacics because thcirshief and mag nate has done n decent tiling. Tho Whigs tulio it very cleverly. When it is publish rd with cuts illustrating tho capture of (iieytown by tho Democracy, wq shall give each of our readers a volume. Tho Hind !or Journal closes a rcviow of tho message thus! "There arc other grounds, however, on which our pitriotic President can ho ex enned, if not justified, for devoting so largo o portion of the mcasagoto tho vindication of this net. During tho pastyoar.elections have been held in most, of tho free states of this Union, and in every ono of them tho Administration has Buffered nn inglorioui defeat. Tha harmonious democracy have been utterly prostrated in the freo North Everywhere they have been roulcd 'liorse, foot and dragoons.' Greytown is tho only plnco wlicro tho democracy havo triumphed during tho last twclvo months. Hero tho Administration has achieved a most brill iant victory. It it b0 celebrated, then Uil tho President 'hlazo away In tho Mes- rrage. Let hun touch oil his innocent firo crackcre, and light up his harmless bonfires. Wo aro confident that it will harm nobody. Wo go in, therefore, for a grand democrat. Hit tho gong Striko tho tomjon Sound tho hugag Hang tho expense let's havo' a good timo of it, and get up a grand jolli ficntion. Down with Greytown! Hurrah for tho Democracy 1 Hurrah for tho Ad ministration! Hurrah for tlio message! Hurrah for General 'Pus' Hurrah ! Hur rah II Wlltat- ..llai VOTE O.V TIIK AMISXDMCXTS TO Tlti: I.HlL'imi.lW. Thu amendments which passed the Sen ile) unanimously wcro all defeated in tho House except tho lit one. Wo havo pub lished thcso amendmenu heretofore, and now give below the vote. Mr. Beckwith, of Middlebury, moved to strike out all after Iho firnt section, and on this motion tho yeas and nays were as fol lows: Vea,-Meiirs. Adams of Sherburne, Ad aim of Watcrford, Alden, Aldrich of West minister, Alfurd, Alwood, Dicon, Baker of Non-port, IlaU'win, Hall, Barber, Bartholo mew, llascom, Ileattie, Beckwith, Bellows, Remit, Bcnnitt, Bill, Bishop, Dlakc, Blan chard of Verahire, Iloyce, Hrnrhani. Brown of Grand Isle, Brown of Sheldon, Buck of Holding, Carpenter of Guilford, Chad wick, Clark, Congdon, ConsUntine, Cook of 1-in.; ington, Crawford, Darling, Dean, Dix, Dodge, Dniry, Duttnn, Klwcll, Dvorett, Farwell, Fen, Fcrrin, Field, Flanders, George, Gibson, Gilman, Gove, Grow, HalL Hanaman, Hardy, Harvey, Hatch, Hcnrv llodgman.Howo of Dover, Hunter, Ingalls. Johnson, Josselyn of II., Jotsolyn of Pi Keith, Keycs, Kirkland, Ioonard, I.ewij, Ijovoland, I.ymin, McLaughlin, Mcl.ane ol Fairlee, Mellon, Merrill, Mowc, Noyei, Old, Park, Parks, Perry, Pholp of Troy, Pike, I'iitney, Potter, Ransom, Rice, ltofj inion of Bennington, Robinson of Sears luirgli, Rogers, Rumicy, Sluttuck, Smitli of Brunswick, SiniUi ofTurnbridge, Smitl nl WilliitDn, Stebbins, Slovens, Stoughtoh, Sweet, Town, Towl, Walter, Wells, Wccki of Dinville, Winch, Young. 107. ' N-ys, MtMtn, Atri-lt nfilrtMlfurJ, AttO strong, II irtlett of Wet Windsor, Boart Ilceehor, Bickncll, Illanchard of Coicntrr, Booth, Ilntton, Bromley, Drown of l.anj. grove, Buck of Fairfax, Barcntcrof Adcli aoii Carpenter of Derby, Carpenter of Rich, ford, Chamberlin, Cheney, Clapp, Cobl, Cole, Cook of Charlotte, Crainpton, Curf cr. Curtm. Davemiort. Kddv. Edmunds, li. rds, Kvans, Fsrnham, Ferguson, FiA,. ruin, ricicner, i nsocc, iioruon, uroa, I lasseltine, Haplcy, Hazen of I lartforJ, I ft. zenof North Ilero, Hill, Hitchcock, 116 den, llotchkisa of Georgia, Hotchkiis if Watervilte,lluvey,Howard,lIunton,Hutc.. in ton, Janes, JnJeiine, Kibbling, Kinr, tiinsmtu, I .an Jon, Ionard, Ixckwoor, I9cke, I.ynde. Marsh, Mason, Nash, Nich ols, Orcult, Page, Patteo, Phelim of Rt. itert, Rankin, Read, pf Waiufield, Reed ff Wardiboro, Reynolds, Robinson of Stowi, Rootl, Sanborn, Sanford of Orwell, Sanftvl of WhiUnghim, Sargent, Saxioii, Scot-, Skinner, Smith of Jericho. Smith of Moii ton, Smith ol Sl Albant, Speaker, Spencf, Templcton. Tracy, Walker, Waahbun, Watkins, Weeks of StIUbury, Wetmofi, Wheeler, White of Panton, Whitinort, Wooater, Woodworth, Wnght. 'M. Taor, Dec. 18. A fire broke u last night about one o'clock, in Dr. Thorra's stables in Albany street, in the rear of Si. H First itreet, and before it was tajiv guiabed, some six or eight bima and ahau, together with the French Catholic Chutth of St. John tho Baplut, in Ferry ttrsM, were destroyed. Fire Itoracs were burred lo death in two of the bams. The !oss'n iho church U about $10,000, for wu then! i an insunnco only of it il.OOO ji the Mechsmca' Mutual, In this city. 'le whole Iwi by fire t put down at HtyQ). Ths firs wsi tha work of aa iarsndiary. i.UsrclInucouo 3 kmc I Tbotnaa l. ales,oaaor In jurwn who granted rerdict of " not gnilly In in Ihe Ward caae, is now on trial before lb Harden County Circuit Court at I'.litv bethtown, Kentoeky, for perjury. Robert Schuyler, the great defiuller, it it sUled, hu bought "a plte"ontha Rhine, where h now rraides, and hu sent for hit funily lo join him. Hit confiden tial cletk came a pienger ta New York lut week in ihe Ihltic, on Id milter's buaineas. ' Scicint ar One. Anguitra Gates, a leamiter, was found dead In the atableof Ablet Liltlefield, his employer, In Polk street, Charleslown, last Thursday morning, He was about twenty-nine yein old, un married, and of Intemperate hatiUl ; for merly belonged in Ryegate Vermont." Tho ciuie of his death was so evident a lump of opium being found in his pocket that it wss deemed unnecessary to hold an in. quest. The last society spoken of is tho Pay. Nothings. They arc said to bo alarmingly prospcrout. Tho pasa.w ord ia " I.cn.1 me a dollar" tho response, " Broke." Tho Andover MrtrtUtr saya lhat a wild cat threo feet long, wat killed in Den rock's wood, a few days ago, by Franklin Clark, a boy eleven yean old, aided by his dog. Tho dog treed the animal, ind then the hoy ran for Iho gun, and "let his wild ncss havo it right in hia faco and eyes " Ha camo down with a broken leg, and was finished by tho boy and his assistant. A Great Vicroar ajw its Results. Tho I.ondon Diogtntt has an illustration which represents John Bull comfortably seated before a fire, in a room tho walls of which are ornamented with a map of Iho Crimea. John is perusing an account of a "glorious victory," in which 8000 were killed and wounded. HU glee is suddenly interrupted by tho cntranco of a servant, who announces a most unirclcoma visitor in tho words, " If you pic we iir, hero's tho tax gatherer!'' Little IIiouuii. The lady of Mr. Joseph T. Liltlo, of Arnold, Me., recently made her husband a present of tlnco liltlo Littles at ono birth. Wc trust tho fortun ato father will be able to appreciate in lime tho old adage, " Kvcry Littlo helps." The "Americans" succeeded in Rox bury, hut wcro defeated in Charlcstown. It is said that Congress will probably repeal Iho coal duty by a largo (majority. " It is now aaid lhat Gen. Cass has no idea of being a Presidential candidate." 01 New Yoiik, Dec. 0. Tho Empire City Bank failed to make good its exchange at tho clearing house this morning. This is consiuercu equivalent to failure, and tho Institution must wind up. Judgo Phelps, of Vermont, has given a written opinion that Iho personal property of the Rutland 4i Burlington Railroad Co. can bo held by the second mortgage trus tees, who aro now in possession of part thereof. (Doubtful.) TnTTns city liavo tendered their services for tho ensuing spring to tho Home Govern ment. If is Excellency, tho Earl of Elgin will takn Iho offer on his departure ; nnj will, preparatory to doing so, asscinblo tho corps for muster at llirco o'clock this after noon on tho Durham walk. They arp well officered, and are sure of distinguishing themselves among tho armies of tho East.- Bostom, Dec. 0. Ellen Kenan, n young Irish girl, has been arrested at Frind. ham for letting firo to the Catholic Church there. She Is said to havo had somo difli lty willi the priest. Je.nmv Ltxn x.in Barium. The New York 3Vmj publishes a tablo showing tha total receipu at each of the nincty-fivo concerts given in this country by Jenny Lind, under tho management of P. T. Bar num. Tho aggregate grws recpipU wcro $712,101 31, an average pf r$74!KJ 43 for each concert. Of this eum, Jenny Lind re ceived S 17(1,075 09, and Barnuin $535,. 4P3 85. All tho experses were paid by him. Tho most lucrative concert tho firet in New York, at which tho rcccipU were $17,601 05; and tho next was tho first in Boston, at which the leceipu were 10, 479 50. The avcrago rcccipU in Boston were $10,055 -15 for each concert, which was two thousand dollars moro than in any other city except Richmond, where aha gave only ono concert. The lowest ro ccipU were in Havana, where threo con certs averaged only $3178 C8. Jenny L:nd paid Barnum $25,000 for the privilego of withdrawing from her contract at iho J end of ono hundred concerts, and $7000 additional for withdrawing before tho hun dred was completed. "All Hale! Our respected and ven- prM ttifuif4li alwiys rft.l wUMatf. rary, tho Boston Daily Mttrluer, appeared on .Monday, in a now and remarkably beau. rai on tiful typographical attire. We scarcely know our old fnend, so "spruced up" was lie. I ho Meertutr is now in iu eighty, fourth volume, and is published by Charles Hale, Esq.. and edited by Nathan and Charles Hale, Eqn. It i ono of tho very beat newspapen in the United Sutea, and wejakc iho liberty of rejoicing in iu pros perity." You aro right now you aro always right, Mr. Jit git ler. ' U 4 tuA WIobj t9 ear ptrrvm Onrrr-'l Wlllrllf UllSWB, Waiavrr Bllf Ilk It tuir tiki u IVim doti'l ria Jail In ll iloai. Wasui.ioto.i, Dec. 10. The Presi dent i extremely anxious, ami will use every means in h!s power lo accomplish a modification of the present Uriff, Iho rais ing of tha four new regimenU, and Ihe In crease of the navy; and tlieoo will ho among the fint measures to which tho at tention of both branches of the Legislators will bo called during tho present session. Senator llandin's room wu entered lut night, while 1ic waa sleeping, and money and other article belonging to hun stolen The redemption of tho public debt, hut week, amounted lo $ 12,560. At Cleveland, tut week, a hone sUnd ing in a livery stable, nn his tongue thro' a crack in a partition ',between two aUll. It wu caught by another home, and ths fint one drawing back, bit his own tongue completely oC It wat found In the manger of the next stall. Probably auch an acci dent never before occurred, aod twver will again. 1 Itoatiia'a PicToaUt. HliToar or Titr Urmtn Statei, Thia is a new work, bringing tha hnlory of our nation down to the present year. It ia Illustrated by more than I wo hundred tngravine,lhut uniting the brtutifal with Ihn n-eful The author it fortunate In Ihe division of til work, treating of our nitlon'a hiatory in dutinct period, which are again happily divided in point of arrangement ami ehro- nolotr. The mode of developcment i philosophical and Interesting, tracing Ihe cauea, aa well a stating the facts of our national pregrea. In the foot-notes we find what wo have often looked lor in vain in many histories relation of facU which do not properly be long lo lh lext of a school-book by them and the referencea connected with them we are led In associate time, placo and event in such a manner that they ire ill fixed In the memory, while either ilono would havo been forgotlrn. liREtTow.i, uno ot Uio reasons given by President Pierco fur his barbarous attack on Greytown U that its lAAosihtrifs irrrr llaeli or of a mtreJ nut. As if Duch a population was not human. Wo all know for what latitude that remark was In tended. It i ccrtaiu lhat thus far Ihe bom bardment hu boen followed by nono of tho brneflu expected to flow from it. The " nest of pirates and fiecbootera" hu not been broken up. The inhabitants havo ro- turned, and aro rebuilding them. Tho British have not been driven to abandon tho protectorate, but have exercised a more open authority over the place, since tho burning thin before. Nor haa any glory or renown, been added lo tho American a run. Rev. Dr. Clark was consented llish- op of Rhode ItlnnJ, in Providence, on Wednesday nornlng. Tho sermon was preached by Bishop Hopkins. A large number of clergymen wore present from neighboring dioceses, and a crowded con gregation testified to the Interest of tho sen ices. Ono thousand and sixty dollan have just been received at tho pension offico in Washington, on account of moneys fraudu lently obtained from that bureau, by Jacob Singcrland, who is now is now in Iho penl tentiary of Vermont, having been convicted on forged pension casea Tho election of Gen. Whitfield aa delegate to congress from Kansas, should by no means bo considered decisive at to popular feeling there on tho slavery qucs tion. Ho was tho principal candidato in the field, had tho advantage ol others upon aomo local matters, and his election gives no ground ol discouragement to the friends of freedom. RAciKE,(Vis.)Dec.l8. Thoschr. Whirlwind, nrrfv id hero to-day, with a part or tho crew of tho propeller West inoreland. Sho reports tho sinking of tho propeller in twenty-fiyo fathoms or water, eighteen miles this side or Sleeping Bear, nn-J thu ioss of seventeen lives. New York, Dec. 13. Tho trainon tho Hudson River Railroad, which left Albany at seven o'clock Sunday evening, did not arrive here tit! a Into hour yesterday morning, owing to tho .depth of snow on tho track. . " "'havo bceX6f'lIirao9rtf)Mng klnd.-,When'1 about halfway to Hudson, tho snow was so deep that tho conductor was obliged to send hack to Albany for a anow-plow. It ia said that in soma places tho snow waa piled upon tho track eight feet deep, Whilo tho train waa waiting at this point, the suf ferings of tho paasengen, from cold, aro represented to havo been severe in tho ex treme. Tholn-.in was literally embedded in tho snow, witha piercing cold wind from tho northwest. Ono of thu brnkcinon, named John Doylo was frozen to death. Two of tho paasengen were also badly frost-bitten. , ITyoiii Mexico I'rogrr of tha HaVolu lloulili. New-Orleaiu, Monday, Dec, 11. Account! from Orizaba, Mexico, to tho Ctli inst., say that a force of the rebels un der Gen. MnRELiA were roulcd in tho de partment of Michoacan, on the 2lt!i of No vember, and threo hundred of them killed. In tho engagemont General Reiiauabt, the Governor of tho Provinces and Com mander of tho Government troops, waa killed. ' An election was going on in Mexico, whether Santa A.ima should continue as President or not. He had issued a decree, compelling tho Government employe to vote for him, the penally being immediate dismissal in case they refuse. Tho Revolution appcara to bo gaining ground. Il u aaid that tho Government of Hon duras has agreed to sell Tiger Island to tho United States for $20,000. Iu ownerahip, however, is being disputed by San Salva dor. Mexican Newi. Wo havo New Or leans papers of last Tuesday, which con tain full details of the lato interesting news from Mexico. Tho election of President was proceed, ing, and as far as returns had been received they indicate tho election of Santa Anna by a nearly unanimous vote. It was reported, but not gencValy believ ed, that Ihe city of Acapulco had jiro. nounood ttcainfil Alvrer, and h-tt nonti. natod as governor Don Thomu Moreno. On Ihe 17th of November the insurgents arc officially reported to havo attacked the city of Murelis with 500 men, and ono pieco of artillery, and after six hour fight lnir..wero driven from the citv. leavinn Im. hind 300 killed and a largo number wound- ed. iitncral Cliagaray, commander of the government troops, was killed. Tho amnesty published by Santa Anna had failed to nucll tho revolutionary dem. oustntions, which appeared to be spreading in an uircciioua. Tho correspondent of the New Orleans Hie says tho reported aucccucs of the gov ernment are destitute of truth, and that the reported surrender ol Acapulco arose from the fact of two of Alvarez's general having attempted lo betray the city. Tho offend, en were promptly executed, anMjbeir bod ies sent to the commander of the govern ment troop who were marching on the city when tho treachery wu discovered. An iMroaTANT TaoTir. Nothinir em be morel aafc, congenial, or healing to tho membrane of iho Throat and Lungi, yet t the same timo more tntrzttie ind fW. I oueh in IU effect than Dr. llogtr'i Syrup of lArmcort, Tar ami Vawhala)rua, lhat 'great remedy'for lite early stages ol CON. SUMITION, llroiutilu, and ill other dis. rate which hare their seat in Ihe Lung. Throat or Air 1'atuge. It seems to fill like balm upon tiielr irriutixl surfaces. Tha dry hacking cough becomes loose, the corrupted matter which accumulates in and oppresses the Lncg is euily expectorated, wuiio mo ionic properties ol me Medicine keep un tho strenzth under the inuco-imru- lent discharge. Uittnrort, 7'ar and Can (LaWuo pustews In their separate subiUn ccs all tho rlemriru requisite for Ihe cure of Cova;Jli,C'ehf',aud Dittatei of lha Lungs, and cooiuiumi a ire, in a sauuun sou scientific manner by a regularly educated Physician, llta IVepiratiou of which wears speaking btromts ilmost irrniMIt, IIOl'8FrMr.H(1.,' i, Ihe Commluco on Wur; iTIn. iwtej a bill nXg civil and dlplnvtJe,&f? 5 j ,,wv'e-WlUvLa I rh Houtfl went IM . vale bills. The first ,n the Z T . lending Ike (V,lt t,t,n? Ohio, moved thai it ba tnxJIM elect Committee on th.tIT' W 1 ho bill Tor the relief of theeV helra of Major General te kA'I cued, I nd imended by arwnrili " 000 lor Ihe purpc-e. ThVuStK PlV,tylN "il"'cqucn, r(r",i Mr. Wa lbridge,irNe. VTL. the- memorial ol llenjimtn l'riee l7'v in fa-or of tha llmtr,d ituX ,e4ln Adj. till Monday, Wuhisotoi.I!- nuurtne-.nr. rmujrM Imi hill aulhoriaing the coti.m J ' sloops of war. Referred. ' Mr. Clingman made an IhftRy,.,, . to Introduce a j..inl rr-olutlon thu i"5 bo referred In committee on fore -reqiicstinij Iho Pmudcntlo tendersT dlatlon ot this guvernmrnt lo tr caili-rn war. V SENATE Mr. Johnson ta V, land'a soat aj.H-areil and w , Mr. Shi.hl. rriwrtct a bill incrvaT,,.. cflie irncy of the army, and said ' call it up at an early day. t The bill esubljihiiig the Deran, law iu place ol tho Attorney (.cne7 then taken iqi. n Tho bill esUblishing a Board nl u the V. H. w as taken iqi. .Mr. HnHllicad addresseil th Semi.t support of tho bill. w, Mr. Sumner presented a menioniit,. tho American Peace Society, pron,wlcT? selllement or international diIculL arbitration. ' Gen. Caw iwented a netitmn fr, fl. helra or.Major General lort,, fu, ration for mi htarv aeivie. I ho bill for tho Dertmei,t nf U, I makes tho Attorney General rr a. pi clpal officer, and proi ides lor an a.J2 Attorney (.erieral, to bo appnted l,,u President; a chief clerk, coVsiwnenV. ouicr iepirlmcnU-tho Nccrclarr of ti 1 Interior Mipcryisory accounts to he ti cited by a Departineiit and S,.licitor llm Solicitor of Iho Treasure,', oilice o a bureau thereof. Tim .u. ..i provision for the classification of tho clcrii in tho Department of State, and fet n K,;iommW!,i,',cr of 1'"u'i: lluihlinnit $.1000 per ai.nu.n. It has .., ,aa,tU provision for two clerks for that officer i w in lieu of tho Superintendent of I'uk IIOUSFt.Tho II fill 4ft tra-wit Intrt . - iniltto of the wholo on the Military Aca. my bill. Mr. Barry 0r M,... de e,l hour to a speech condemnatory 0r th Know Nothing, disseeiiim n,i. menls nnd purposes, stigmatizing them, Hegal and oppressive of citizens. It .u n his opinion n child or tho alien and ie4- lion laws, and anti-reptihlican in it trt- dtncirs. Mr. Binka replied, contending thitrwa havo a right to conceal their political vies and tho Government that niirmm. niel them in that right strikes at ,C1,B of renubliciin liMtitulioni, nnd ihonU U wiped from tho fnco of tho earth. Hen plained why men ahould combine to urciire their rlghU, and condemned insererettrmi Iho claims of tho Roman Catholic Chunk to control secular affairs. Both gentlemen were litlcned to with marked attention. The MiliUry Academy and InJian Ap propriation billi wcro passed. Adjourned. Tlio actual elrengtli of tlio army it oo't 10,74.1. The wliola authorized ttrenrui is ii, Jill, ilio ileficncy Is fait decremnr , is fast decreasing by moro rapij rnlist. inenU. A sUtcmcnt of the chanjes made in the distribution of tho army daring Un last year is made. Tho removal from Florida of tho remmat ot tho Scminolcs, has received tho attention prilm department, but iu eirorts have ax been very successful. Better fortuM a expected next year, through tlio Instnimn lahty of tho now plan or ojicraliont. Til Indian difficulties elsewhere are alluded la, Tho matsacro of Lieutenant Grattin ird men by tho Sioux is narrated, and the fct atatcd, lhat tlio army force is quito irudW quato to Iho rifotection or our frontier and to puniaji Indian aggroaaions. Our enw loss in Indian actions during .tlio ytmis four officera and iixty.threo""men lillcJ, and four officer and forty-two wound). Tho occurfonces on" Iho frontier famuli deplorablo proofs of Iho inefficiency of our millUry force, and of Iho nbsofulo necrs slly Tor its Increase, which wa urged by tho Secretary laat year. Our cfiociive forco does not exceed 11,000 men, whick ! entirely inadequate for Iho purpwe fur which we maiiiUin a sunding army. Aa immcdiato increase is urged, at a coit iaf ficicnt to pivo aomo degreo of security to tho Indian frontiers, for which purpose lis rcgularifurco is tho most efficient, chnf, proper and constitutional mean. Tl In creased pay to enlisted men, induced tha enlistment of 1,00(1 men in October tti September last, against .TOO men durir.( tho corresponding months lut year, Tbi number of recruiU required for Ihe semw of tho ensuing year will not be leu Ikit (iOOO. I lo recommend Iho uo of came and drorncdarioa for military puret pu and aaks an appropriation to test Iheir we fulncas. An increaacd pay for officer! li urged a an act of juitice and neccusr Additional legislation is asked to place tie widows and orphans of tha officer and ti dier of tho army on an equality with ti widows and orphans of the officers auJiJ dicrs of Uio navy. The neccstity of a revision of our null Ury legislation in some Important jaruco Ian, ia tvdntod out. In order to prevent con flicting claim in regard to rank awl com mand, which now give rie to much IM" venienco and troublo. One great hqK of difficulty I the double rank rccofniifd by our laws ; to remedy this it i prup to give t-flect lo brevet rank only wheotln Picsidcnt may sco fit, and forbid the em cio of brevet commissions in the rcginxa'i troop or coiupsny where officers are iaa lered. Elahorato suggestions forrc-orf": izatbn of tho ta(r corps are presented im compared with European ysteui. I' " proper lhat there be nine Brigadier Gene rals ; ono for each department! one fur Qiiartennuter General one for Adjutant General, and two for Irwpecton Generali bring an addition ol( three to liiow now, by brevet or olherwUe, have n command u Brigadier General. marked cbangos in UfrappoiiitnK.',tl ami duty, are proposed. Iliform in the organization of nZattj aro alo prcn.d. Tho ex;K'i', general promotions by seniority l"rtt'I. merit, is doubted by tfieWoeretary , IM fUblihinent of a retired lift again urrei Profesorhis of Etlnc and of l-np" studies at thoMihUry Acadeuiy are rw mended. , . Manynthrr subiecU are Irested w " comiderablo leugtii .V, f, 7V". Tho extensive dry good bouM 4 John W. Hlodgtt 4i (X IV-lao. brt failed ind gone into chancery. Thn'l bilitie am about two millions. It 1 heaviest failure of an unincorponlf' M' pany tint ever txcurred in Nw E'l1" Tho eatctrophe is attributed to the rff fadurr at the louth and west, ind th poibillly of tollecUag Iho lsrguJ them. A large portion of Iheir iodl'ut ness Is in New York, but lby r f'PortJ . IHOfiOO, and another !5!,tm to owe one commissioa bou w