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J'ltiiuv. Uov. 12, 1832.
Hills Inlroilitcci! und Refund. J!y Mr. Blake
reviving certain acts relating to tliu Hi'iining
lon and llrattlobnto' Railroad Co.; to the coin
mittro on Roads.
Joint Resolution. From the House, aliow-
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nViVr ""Ucy, to diminish the expense , of Toreclosing
i piece 10 iorwieu university; passed.
:i T10 ,.mls:0 ll(,t concurring therein, iho Sen-
nlo receded from their amendments to the bill
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Jlipoils. Uv Mr. Hale, from the Judiciary
committee, favorably to the hill'rclating to ac
tions npaiiirt lou-iw for ilijiuies on liifjinvays,
with nn aniondmenl; the amendment was n
frrccd to, and !!d reading of the bill ordered.
Uy Mr. Seymour, from the Judiciary commit
tee, f.ivorably to the bill to repeal sec. -Hi, c
I."), c. s.. relating to invalid and informal le
vies: also favorably to the bill in amendment
of sec. HI, c. 2?, c. relating to rights of at
taching creditors, severally read tho !id time
and pasted. Adjourned.
IUIIx Introilurtd anil Ilrftr (. Uy Mr. (lar
fifld, to amend tin; act to authorize the business
of banking; to committee on Hanks.
i(Solut!u)m. Uv Mr. Goodrich, instruction-
1,1. II 11,111. v yn UlUllll: IIIUllll II' Ill IIWIIUI 1,1
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Allen, arncr. niu otlier patuois ot tliu revo
Union ; adopted.
On motion of Mr. Noedliam, the committee
on lU.ads uas dijKiaigcJ from the bill for n
railroad from Ks.sey junction to castlelon, and
the same was r ferred to a select committee of
'J'iie t'nnale came in. and the following ap
pointments were made:
Hiram Harlow, of Windsor Superintendent
of State l'ristin.
Directors of Ac Slate Pnsor.. Uusell Hyde,,
of 1'ellowh l-'nll.N, Lucius II. Delano ot Ha:d
wick, (Jeo. . U iilny uf Hlinore.
'J'he fcenatc wit,.drew and tliu house adj.
S o'clock P. M.
J!tpo)ts. By j,lr. rIillor, from tho select
committee, favorably to the hill anne.vng pait
ofHaitliird and llaillmd to Woodstock, anil
part nl W oodht ock to Haitlord: read the .id
tune and passed. Al.-o favorably to the lull mi-nnesj oi lur.uing: me ainenuuieni recom-rt-l.i
t Mi"- to actions between co-narlncn : read i mended by the eoiuinitloe was agreed to, and
I the third time and passed. By Air. Foster, from j
the 'ommitti'O on Aluiiufact'iires, favorably lo
the bill to incorporate the ermont Atari lo and j
Slate Companj ; read the third time and piss-
d Uv Air. Howe, from the committee on Ag-,
rictilturo, favorably to thu bill in addition to
'I. c. 1") c. s lelatmg to grist, mills, to chaige
one-tenth for grinding com in the e-ir. Air.
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ut th-oo quart : the amend was agreed to, and
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By Air Green, from the c'.minittee on l-'in.iiice.
gain-t the bill to repeal '-. 7!), c. s. relating to
podiers' licences; IU reading refused.
By .Mr. liatis fiom the commillee on Bank-:,
fawnahlyto the bill, in amendment of an act
lo incorporate the I'rjiikliii County Bank ; also
favorably to the bill, iu amendment ol'an act to
incoiporate the Bank of Aliddlebury ; each
lead lhii-1 time and pi.-r-d Uy Mr, Liftman,
from llie judiciary committer, lavorahly to the
bill providing for the rumple'ion of the records
of the charteis ol llie tovwioliips, iu the Secre
tary of State's ollice; of this btuto; :3d reading
ordered, to-morrow afternoon.
The Senate resumed the consideration of the
bill granting a ferry to J. U. Reynolds anJ
Ilany Uill, and its lid reading was ordered.
Air. Harvey called up tho lull relating to di
vision fences, and its :!J reeling was ordered.
On motion of Air. Hole lite vote refusing the
!3d reading to tliu bill in amendment of tects.
y.7 iin-1 e. .-0, c.s., was leeon-ldered, ai'il on
motion of Air. Miller, ti.e hill was oideri-d to
llcvorts. Uy Judiciary committee, r.gainst
bill in addition to the act relating to tho home-
stead laid on the table ; in favor of
hills lelating to sheriff and high bailill';, and
in addition to c. ii, c. s-., and both were pass
ed ,- in favor of Ilou.-e hill-: lo incorporate Rut
land (i'.ik light Co., ordered to Bl lending
By Ceneral comuiiltee. iu lavor of establishing
houses of correction, anil recommending that
the (iovernor he rr-qucste:! lo appoint a com
initte-: to draft a bill for the purpose; laid oi:
the table. By committee on Education, against
bill constituting a board of education, to be ap
pointed by the dmernor; hill suppoited by Air.
(irandcy and laid on tho table
The bill on the grand I st was considered
and Air. Barlow's inoticn to dismiss was sup
poited by Ales. is. Dcauo and Birlow, opposed
by Air (irandey,ond cariied, to ii').
'I'ho bill to annex part of Richmond to B 1
ton was nladu the order for Tuesday next 10
11.. M. -- M .1 1
. r, -'Um author.ztng.
the auditor to audit the accounts of witnesses
belore the committee cn the Insane Asylum;
adopted. Uy Air. Joslin. appointing Charles
K. illiams to revise the criminal code, (with
a view to houses of correction ; laid on tho ta
ble. Jillls introduced and referred. By Air. Ilick
ok, to iii'.'orporato Winooski Lime Co.; to com
mittee on Alanulacltires,
Kngrased Hills. Relating to offences against
private property ; to discharge of prisoners con-
j lined in jail ; losolutiou for a passway to the
j catholic society iu Alontpelier severally pass-
The amendments of tho Senate to the bill
relation in admission to and withdrawals from
union tclr.ol districts were concurred iu.
Satukuav, Nov. IS.
rraycr uy ine Unplain.
mils introduced and referred. Uy Air. Shaw, crs ; passed. Uy Mr. Nurthrop, from the coin
in amendment of nn act to incorporate the Rut- nutteu on Clu'uns, favorable lo thn bill'in auienil
land and Whitehall Ruilroid Co.; to the com- meiit of chap. Ii c. t, relating to applications
inittce 011 Roads. By Air. Ibgne, authorizing to tho General Assembly; Bd reading ordered,
the Rutland and I itehall Railroid Co., to The Scnato took up the bill in amendment
extend their branch railroad ; to the committee of ss. U7 and -10 c, KL c. k.-, the motion to ro-
Krtgrosstd Hilts. Granting n ferry lo J. B.
Reynolds and Harry Uill; made tho special
r.rder I'or Tuesday next, nt 1 1 o'clock. Rela
ting to actions against towns for injuries on
niguways; passed. Kclating to division ten
ces; tint bill was favored by Mr. Uuck, oppos.
ed hv Alessrs. Ulake and Seymour, and on mo-
lion of Air. Northrop ort.ereif'to he. plovldVng
fort hecomn etionnt'llierernrils nfllin -l.nrters
Ot townr -. imssed.
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i.n. Mcjuiiuu caiicu up ino uiii rn.aiing 10
proceedings against trustees ; tho hill-was la-
voredbvAIr Blake opposed by Alessis. Good-
hue and Martin, and on motion of Mr. Buck
nruereil to lie, and made llie special order for
! Monday at 3 o'clock p. m.
I 'V i"rL 1 "'ujiiriiy m mo
, .- yj ,.,w,u,jr ,ilu Mm
'aiing in witnesses ; iir. fcieymour moved to
, ut o.,.,.i5 .im inn iirsisecuoii, tine sue
., ui, i I, I -ii .u-'ui'i. w.
n io-un-nui iinu amentimenis were oroer
( o IC r yc th" sprcl I orde-fi Till S
ilay next at 11 o'clock. Hy Mr. Seymour, from
tliu Judiciary committor, against the bill relu
ting to witnesses in I'uvor of or against corpora,
turns, (admitting Stockholders to testify :) :ld
reading refused. Uy Mr. llnrvcy, from the
committee on Agricr,itilic .against bill to repeal
s. -1, c. !)(!, c. s-.; reading refused.
. """jiiirtti: iuiu ir urea, i.i int. urau-
Jillls introduced and referred.
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mortgages in equity, to tin; judiciary commit.
JJitg-osscd mil,:. Relating to actions on ac
count and to notaries public; to incorporate
I-'airlmven hotel company severally passed:
to incorporate Rutland gils ligh Co.; 'passed.
The amendment of the Senate to the bill reg
ulatinir toll on corn ground in the oar (3 quarts
per bushel instead of one-twelfth,) was concur
.Mr. Walker moved to reconsider the resolu
tion adopted yesterday in reference to certain
u-itnc.sscs, (on the ground that too largo a sum
wa allowed ;) carried and the tesclutioii was
amended so as to allow I,2," per ('ay and (!
cents per mile travel oiid way, and ut'.opted.
Mr. liirloiv cal.ej up the bill rehittnj to no
tices of applications to the general assembly
when Mr. Pago moved to struo out tl.o section
reetiiring notices to be published tlnee weeks,
th" last publication to be three weekj before
the session: lost, and the bill was passed.
Hcsohtllun. Uy Mr. De.ine, authorizing the
committee on tho Insane Asylum to visit the
asylum ; adopted.
2 o'clock P. M.
HejmrU. Uy Mr. Ualc?, from the committee
on lilectioiw, lavorahly to the bills to incorpo
rate the St. Albans Hotel Co. Uy Mr. Sey
mour, from the Judiciary committee, favorably
to the hill relating to thec :tion of account ; !i"d
re iding ordered. Uy Mr. Uhike, from the com
mittee on Uanks, f.ivoiably to :hn hill in amend
ment of s. til, o. UJ, c. s., reluling to notaries
public ; :id reading ordered. Uy Air. Uildwin,
from the committee on Roads, favorably lo the
hill reviving sundry acts relating to the Iirat-
tinhorn' und Bennington Railroad Co., with eer-
tain amendments ; tho amendments were adop-
ted and the . "Id reading of the bill ordered .
'I he Senate r 'suui.'d llie consideration of tiie
bill in amendment of an act to authorize the
ils'ld reading ordered .Monday morning,
Mr. Northrop, called U) the bill relating to
division lence--, and on motion ot .Mr. Uuck. it
was ordered to lie, and made the special order
lor l ttesuay next, at 1 1 ocloci:. Adjourned.
llevoils. Uy Judiciary committee, bill reh
ting to as-ignuiPiit and it was ordered to I'd
reading; and to I
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incorporate Biandon Cemetery
lenningiou Hotel Co., and
tuey were passed. By committer! on duc i
tion. bill iippronrialuig 50 annually fur t lie
benefit of tho Vermont Stale .Medical Society, .
and it w.vj ordered to H J rending; bill lelating'
to the geologic;!! suivey. (appropriating .-ri-OJ
aninriiiy lor llin o ears, for closing the survey
uniler the diree.'r.n of Zadojk Thoinp-on 0 anil
it was made the order for Tuesday morning
next. Uy committee on Roads, a unanimous
report against the bill to ete::d the Rutland
1 and Whitehall Railroad from (.'a-tleton to Rnt
1 land ; and on motion of Air. Wright ot .'., the
I bill was made the order for Tuesday morning
next. Uy select committee, bill relating to in
corporated villages (on opening .streets and
highways,) with amendment, which was agreed
to, and bill ordered to lid reading.
.Monday, Nov. .", A. AI.
The House bids relating to actions of ac
count, end iu amendment of cec. ! I. chip. Ui,
c. s., relating to notaries public, were each read
the third tun-j and p is.sed in c. incurrence.
Kngrossid l.tl'n. To revive sundry nets in
cm rotating the Bennington & ik-attlcboro R.iil
r.iad Co., and to amend .m act authorizing the
business of banking passed.
kVnnre IK- lr eimntir frnln lln, ill,li.
ciary committee, favorably to the bill iu amend
ment of sec. .':', chap. 101 c. lead the Bd
tune and passed. Uy Air. Hn'.e, from thus line
committee, favorably to the bill relating to Ale-
eh 4 llie-' 1 lens, li-eli ,, n !in.iit.itfriiil tin ntnniiit.
infill was agreed to, und the bill was read the
id tunc and passed. Adj.
Dills litlraduci land lie ferred. Uv Air. Hick-
ok, for petfecting' probate records, to Judiciary
'committee; by Mr. Arin-trong, to incorporate
' tiie Clianiplain VuIIpv Railroid Co., to commit
tee on the Lssex and Castlcton Railroad bill .
, from Senate, relative to actions against towns
I for injuries on highways, to committee on roads;
for completing iccoril of tow n charters, to Ju-
. diciarv comuiiltee.
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J. ni us.ua l nu.f. Ill tu illiuil to assii-iiuiems;
r(jlt , illc()rl)limlL,, villages ; u, adduion
to act establishing the lines of .Marlboro,' Wil
mington und I)oer- -severally pissed ; making
an appropriation in a'd of the Vermont Statu
Medicul Society .Mr. Harlow moved to dis
miss which was supported by Air. J'arlow, op
poed by Alessrs. Hirrctt of AI., Fo: and Ilick
ok, and carried, 07 to 51.
'2 o'clock, P. AI.
Join! Herniation. Uy
Air. Harvey, for a
jomt usicuibly on Thursday next at II o'clock i.pon Air. Wright ofC. introduced a bill to au
P. AL, to elect a brigadier general of tliu fid thorize tho formation of Railroid corporation;
brigade; adopted. -u-heu Air. Pago moved to lav the bill on the ta-
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mpuiu iur. ueouuue, ior n majority
of tho committee 011 Roads, favorably to thu
tun reinung 10 ine iiuiianu anu winlehall rail-
road Co.; on motion of Air. Haldwid the hill
and report were ordered to lie. Uy Air. Sey
mour, from the Judiciary committee, favorably
to the lull relating to the discharge of nrion-
consider tho vote refusing a third
H. , , .
I.ni rOiirltl.rr In
the bill was favored by Alessrs,
Mill,.- I 1 . I ...I 1 I I
...c-, mm j 41,uv o. jv.tu, nu, un.i cjipose. i.y
iiicssis iianuy ot i.amoiue, nione anu .war-
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tin, and rejected. Tho bill to repeal s. 10 c
eT.c. s was taken o .. favored by Alessrs. Hal
u"'1 l'lwin, oposed by Air. Martin, and it
"'' rcadm was ordered.
Rills LUroducedand Referred. My Air. Ihld,
W 11. rohltllur tn ...M.mi.en ..n 1, f,.r,,l ,
cort oratinnK , tn tl.o I,1ie.;:. .1,,. "
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Repels. By Judiciary committee, bill in re-
b.tirin th ilnrpnS.iii.ts in net. one ,n inmt (.nn.p.Hu
with nmrnilmr-ntu ivl,ili .unr.. nii,,l
1 and (he bill ordered toBd reading. By Select!
commillee, uill reiailtlg lo me rights ol married
nnieil, nui me o.uuusu in securing II1H rigills
of personal property ;) Mr. Barrett of AI. niov
- ru to dismiss opposed tiy iMessis. Hherman.
m n,, . aruuer, uruu-
ithdrawn, and on inn.
. a r i f.
ui-jr iii.u jcuncn, unu vir
tionofMr. Huntlev the bill was laid on the ltn, lo incorporate the v.liage of U est Poult
Ubl' Ti J Ir iry cc ,'nttlcc brll to dni'ii u Ji '- an-ri -n n ttt-e , h tr Vm on'
ish expenses of foreclosing mortgages in equi
ty, mid it was supported by Messrs. llradlev,
Ncedham and Harlow, and' ordered to u third
From the Senate. Uill to revive ncli incor
porating Hratlleboro' aid Upiiniiigton Railroad
Co., relerred toromnntlee on Roads.
The amendment of the .Senile to tho hill re
lat nr to mechanics' liens was concurred in.
tilth Introduced and Referred. Uy Mr. IJar
loiv, repealing sec. !!?, t'h'tp. l."i. c. s., to Judi
ciary commillee ; by Mr. Oramley, in relation
ti plank road corporations (right to issue notes
and bonds secured by mortgage,) to committee
On motion of Mr. Pirrett of M supported
by Mr. Hicknoll, the dto dismissing the bill
constituting a board of education and making
prevision for teachers' institutes, was reconsid
ered, and the bill laid on the table. Adj.
Tl'ksijav, Nov. IC, A. M.
Kngrosscd Dills. To lepcal sec. 'I (J, chap
S2, c. s.,; pissed
lillls intiodiircd and referred. Hy Mr. Bald
win, relating lo lloat:ng lumber; to the com
inittec on Airrieultur?. Uy Mr. Hone, relating
to the grand list, (;ioviiling for a penalty in
c-isp cashiers or clerks of corporations fail to
make proper returns to town clerks ;) to the Ju
diciary committee; ;j diminish the expenses of
foreclosing mortgacj in equity, lo the Judicia.
The Senate took :p the consideration of the
bill granting a ferry to J. Ii. Reynold; and
Harry Hill, it being the special order; i,fter a
statement of facts at lenglh the bill wus passed.
Also tho bill relating to witnesses , llie amend
ment proposed by Mr. Seymour, lo strikeout
the h'rst section of the bill, providing thnt par
ties In suits may testily, was opposed by Mes srs.
Hale, .Mai tin, Railcy of Lamoille, favored by
Alessis. Hoodlum and Seymour, r.nil pending
the di-iCitsaion, on mctlou of Mr. Seyuiout, the
llcsnltilious. Uv Air. HavJen. against using
ii-'iuiington guns toruuy purpose whatever;
isihj movoa an amendment, excepting to
celebrate the Hattle rf Pem,ington which whs j
accepted by Air. Hoyden, and the resolution
was adopted. I rom the hen-ate, lor a joint as-
seuiuij iu ui.-ti un.iun-T general, in origaue ;
Jlngrosscd lUlls. In alteration of act rela-,
ting to defendants iinct'i ns on ioim contracts :
to diminish expenses h foreclosing mortgages
in equity; to annex paitot hnmcrscl to ards
jboro'and Dover severally passed.
I The special order be'ng the bill to extend the
1 Rutland and Whitehall railroad fio-u Castletoli
ti Rutland, was considered. Air. Hulow mov
ed t-j di-Jiniss the hill : -"'ppnrtod by Alessrs.
liiriowand Uenison, and ojiposed at length by
Air. Wrijjht of C.
-' o'clock. P. M.
UrpnttJ. By .Mr. Cntpantor, fiom the com
mitte on Land Taxes, fi "or.ibly lo the bill le
lating to tin; Windsor CYjauly J'ne Insurance
Co ; JiJ leading ordered. By Air. Bites, from
ti.e committee on Bulks, favorib.y to the bill to
n.corpor.ile the Bennington Savings B in!:, w uf i
mi aineirJineni, w Inch was agreed to, and the
bill was ordered lo ;i third rcuJing. Uv Air.
Seymour, trom ttie Jud.oi-iry committee, favor
' abfy lo the bill relating to llie est iblisliuii'iit of
t wn and county hues, with amendments, winch
, -..ere agreed to, and ti.e bill was ordered tu a
The Senate pioceed-id to the further con.: d-ps-.itiiei
of the h.ll iei-jiit.-to witnesses; the
ainuidmont proposed by .Mr. Seymour was
agreed to. ami tin; bid Oideied to a -'id reading
The bill lelating to the divi.-ion offences was
taken up, favored by A!e-sis, Buck ami Har
vey, opposed by Ali"-i:'is. Seymour, I'lafe,
Goiiilhiu and Uiiley of I tinoille. and rejected
Air. Sevu-our e-illi d ly the bill lel.uing 'o
vored by .!e--sr.- e
by .Mr. Alartiu. and
the bill was
'in it" and Ul ike, onn-j-vd
a ed. Hi to J .'.
Air. Blake rail
up the r. port ol lie- in-ij
ty of the ci.immiUee on Road.i, fnorablv to -.1
lull relating lo thu Rutland and Whitehtll R-.il
road, which was lead, when Air. lithium .sub
milled the report of the minority of the com
mittee against the bill, which was also read, and
on motion of Air. Blake, the bill and report-:
were ordeied to he. Ad.-.;rued.
Report!. In fiver of b.'l making appropria
tion for statue of filth in lien, and it was laid
on the table. liv joint t-'ommitlee on the Li-
brary, in favor of lesoliitim to porrhas? copies
-A' Washburn's Unrest 'new volume.l and it
was adopted By committee on Lducatiou. which ('idom.l 'I'ty lor refused to mike, hut de-again-t
petition to all.iw women to vote in sp itched Lieut. R. and Dr. Llu::e, the . surgeon
school meetings, mid ; etitioiiers had letvoto of the garristm, to nave a tall; with themup
withdraw. By Select' c mmiltec, a sub.-tituu on tiie subject.
for the lull ti. incorporate the Village of Bur-' Al the conference, the Winr.cb igoes talked
lington, ami it was laid i.r the table. in a threatening and ovorheariii iniim-r. and
Mr. Goodrich moved to reconsider the vote insisted that nothing would satisfy them but
dismissing the bill making an appropriation for taking the life of the Sioux, in their own way
the Vermont State Aledi- il Society, which was and by themselves.
agreed to, tho motion to dismiss withdrawn, und 1 At length Lieut R. proposed tint the Iudi-
tlio bill hud nn the table.
The House resumed the consideration of tiie
bill to extend the Rutland and Whitehall ruil-
roid frjinCa.nletonto Rutland, and All. right
of C, concluded his speech
i"uni'i iin; niwiiuii
ii. .i m,ti..i
to elm :iss, followed by Air. Bridley in favor ol
the motion. A I'ler st iteii.ent (if facts piloted
Lv .Messrs. Joslin. Hit-low and Granlev. tie
motion to dismiss w-ise.-irnr.il. ll'ltnC:!: wl.re-
Pie and print JIIJU copies: opposed liv .Messrs
Deane, Birlow and Run ell, and supported by
Ales-rs. Wright of C, Needlnm, Gay of A. cud
Sherman, and the reporter lelt under tlfo im
pressioii tint tho question would go over until
Wi:n.isi- v, Nov. 17, A. AI
F.itfriossed Rills. R&luling to witnesses ; lo
incorporate the Bennington Hotel Co; relating
to tho Windsor County Fire Insurance Co.,
Mr ,.n,i ,, ii, i.ni ... .
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plications to the gcner.i
Di.eral assembly; the bill ivia
. Northrop and Seymour, op1.
e, and oii motion of AIiU.
,-lV()ru, , iN
. t , Mr jj,,,,
;i. i.:n .,i . i:
i me mil ias iiiiiu-.c'ii in lie,
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Reports, liy Air. heeler, from the com-
,nl" 0,1 """-' 1110 rf"lllt" a3 '
expediency ol purchasing K00 copies of Dein-
. ?',',sU 01 ' l0S"n?', ,IIU "III WUS lilVOred by
' .V' M"" " "VeJ!'r a.ml llal?' .IPCU
ny jviessrs lllaKu and ,
hv Me.ssr.s lllabn nml .Vnrtlirnn. nml ita llnrrl
i J .. - .... . e
i reading relused, IU to 7,
Cc ration. It was reported yesterday that
Mr. Uuley of L-imoil'le opposed the amend-
1 nient of Air Sevtnoiir In t I.r hill rplntim. tn
witnesses, whernis it Klinohl l.nvn re-.d tint i-n
was in favor of the adoption of it.
Trnyer by Rev. Air. Burnham.
- The bill tn authorize tho formation of rail-
road cornorations. after nrntrar.lnri n,mna,t,n
, . i ... -.-
issi i-vemng, was oruerau io no printed,
Uills Introduced and Rtftrrtd. By Mr. Jos-
relating to location of school-houses, to general
committee; by Mr. Hoardinan, in relation to
the inspection of hops, to general committee.
Mr. Harlow called up the bill annexing part
of Richmond to Holton, and Mr. Hnrrows mov
ed lo dismiss ; the motion to dismiss was sup
ported by Messrs. Browning, Grandcy. Hunt
ley and Penion, opposed by Messrs. Soule,
Sherman, Needlnm, Reed, Hlodgett and Hick
noil, and lost 1 12 to 2.'!. Adjcurncd.
2 o'clock, P. M.
Reports. By Mr. Peck, fiom Hie committee
on .Military All, urs, in lavor ot '.ne resolution
directing the Quarter Master General to loan
one field piece to Norivich Uni?rsity; adop-
ted. By Mr. Uildwin, from the Comu'iittce onjli-iwk, while the left grasped the sheath that ,
Elecinns, favorably to the bill renting to in- contained the scalping knife. 1
corpotitod villages; the bill was favored by The prisoner was about tTonty-thrce years
Mr. Uildwin, opposed by Messrs, B.lako and of age, a little less than six feet tn height, of a j
llalc, end on motion of '.Mr. Steve'is : ordered nnwciilar and well uroporticned contour, and .
to lie. Uy Mr. Goodhue, from a majority of manifested, in the easy movements of his b-.-dy, I
the select committee, favorably to. the bill to a wiery and agils commar.dofhisniiHcul.il!
prevent the trailic in intoxicating liquors for powers. His countenance presented a wan '
the purpose of drinking, with sutvJry amend- and haggard appearance, as he stood upon the
nients: itiolirst amendment, adding a proviso to
the first section that nothing in thi.i act bo so 1
construed as to prevent tin- manufacture, sale
tuul use ol '-the litnt ol the vmr " lor tpe com- ot u horse-shoe in white upon li-s lorehead,
meinoratinn of the Lord's supper, was adopted. which denoted that he was condemned to die,
A large number of amendments were acted , with the privilege of making an effort to save
upon, and the bill, on motion of Mr. Miller, 1 his life by llectness. Around his neck he woio
was laid o:i tho table. By Mr Seymour, from a narrow belt of wampum, to which win open
tho judieir.r- committee," favorably to the bill (led the scalp he had taken from the Wltniobo,
relatmg to railroads; :d reading ordered. By yo.
.Mr. hu3tma:', Iroin the judiciary committee.
l.ivorauiy to the bill lor the roliel ot Jsainuel
Lathe, with Sundry amendments, which were
agreed to, and thebill was passed. Uy Mr.
Hale, from thu same coinuuttdo, favorably to
the bill relating to assignment!), and Mr. Howe,
f-om the committee on Elections, favorably to'
the bill lelating to the election of town repre-
seutatives, (that town meetings may adjourn
after l'-i o'clock at night, and tint in cae of an '
adjouiineiit, no election mule after that tune
shall be valid ;) third reading n-deied. By Air. 1
llatps, iiom the roiniiutteo on hlecttons, i.ivor-
ably to the bill to incorporate the Hollows 1-ulls
das Light ( o.: io.nl ttie llunl t.mu and passed,
Mr. Stone called up thu bill relating to m-
corporited "illages. Inch was .'.irther opp ieJ
by Alrsirs. h.al.e. Hale and (.codhue, fuvored
uy .nr. Diuiwin, anu in -J-i reauing reiuseu.
iVWhi'lh. i'loni the House, providing for
the purchase ol ."0 copies of Vol. '2 of Wash-
burn's Ui 'est : on motion of Air. Seymour oi-
dered to lie. Adjourned.
U.VorU. Uy committee on Roads, bill rob.'
ting to Winooski turnpike,
and to laving ;nt
iintl (li.contiiiuing highways, an-l both wore
ordered to 'Jd reading; Senate bill relative to
actions for injuries on h'ghw.iys, and it v(as
hiil on the table.
Hills fit :i Hie Senate. Amending the gener
al banking law, and to incorporite the Ben
nine'iiin Saving's Biuk, both refoned to th.1
eonienttee on Binks; granting a lorry to Joun
B. lleynol Is un I Harry Hi'l. laid on tue table.
EnoscrJ Hill. Granting a ferry to Amaci
L. Holcoinb; motion to dismiss .supported by
.Messrs. Cr indey and Bliss, opposed by Alessrs,
Birlow nlid Needliam, and iost, 7.1 to .15. A
motion to luy on thu table was negatived, and
the bill pas-cd.
Tnc bill to annex put of Richmond to Bcl
ton was ordered to a ii leidlli. AdjjurucJ.
The Siouv Warrior's Ituco for I.il'e
During the summer of It!, soon after the
diliicultie.s with the W innebago Indians had
been amicably aduisted by a wsit of one of
their chiefs to Washington, accomplished by
iiovernor Cass, a Siou liidiin, while out hunt
ing by the moutli t.f tlu R i ii. river, s!nt ami
scalped a innebag-i, wlue'i art he alteinpted
to justify by s tying th it the inuebt.;u had
wr ippeil around his .ers-ui th- blank' l ol'an
hull iu who, a shmt time provi ms, h id murder
ed his br.tle r. Th-; Win.-iebigi'i- bt-raui" i;i
dlgllilit at tiie act, ai J two thoiisjiid cf them
its-einbled at Foit Crawford, and deu'andeJ of
I'ol. Taylor the prociiiemenl and suitender of
The officers of t!ie fort, apprchjn-.h e that
1 ditlicuhies might arise with this factions tube,
if' their demmds were uniltended to, couclud
, rj lo make an oil'.irt to obtain the murderer.
, Accordingly an oili-.-er w as despat-hed to de
unnd him ol' the Sioux nition, win- immediate
ly gave him up, and he was brought down the
liver and routined at Port Crawford.
Soon after Ins arrival at the foil, the Winne-
bagoes again asembled and insisted upon an
unconditional .surrender oi the prisoner to them
nn should Pave a chance tor his lite m the lol
lowmg manner :
1 Two weeks from that time he was to
out upon thu pranic, ami in a line with hiiii.ten,
ti ici's nn. vini: in ii l; 111:11-1:11 ininii 111s riiriir niiii
r1 V - ... --, -
left, twelve of the mo-t expert runners of the
U',p!..,ov. nation, each nnieil will, n I,,,,,-,,
icbagr. nation, eacli a
hawk and ft scalping knife.
iU me lap ui . or.im, iiieo.m:,. siioum uc (
free to start for the home of his tiibe, and thel
..... .. ..:
rinnnli;itrfCd friH! to DlirstlC. Cttillirt! nml sr.iln
htm, 11 tney coui.i.
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To this proposal the innebagocs acceded
' at once, nml seemed much pleased with ihe un
ttcip.iticji lit great sport, 11s well as an easy
conquest of the prisoner, whoso conlineinent
in the garrison, during two weeks, tln'y believ
ed would prostrate whatever running qualities
ho possef-ed. The'r'best runners were imme
diately brought in, and trained every day in
full sight of tue fori.
Lieut. R. who had warmly enlisted in the
ennse of the Sioux, determined to have his In
dial! in thu best possible trim. Accordingly,
Lluise tcok Iiiiii iu eli.iigc, prescribing his diet,
K"1'"" ' "' " rt,Kwe'
'" r,lll,l,.",e ol..l"s .b",lf wl" u ''"-v ,v'
br,,sl!031ll,me,1lml''1' .M 'or? 1,0 "'"' "I
regulating the hours of repose, ai;d directing
parade ground to perform his morning and eve
ning trainings. In fact, so carefully was he
trained ami fitted for the race ol'lifo and death,
tint ho was timed upon the pirudo wound the
fourth day before the race, and performed the
astonishing foal of forty-one miles in two)hours,
apparently without laligiie.
I'ho day at length arrived. Thousands of
Indians, French, Americans) and others had as
sembled to witness tho scene. In 'act, it was
regarded as a gala day by all except the aveng
er of his brother Sio.ux
Lieut. R., on Iho part of tho prisoner, and
the celebrated war-chiefs Wiir-kon-shutes-kee
and Pine Top, on the part of Ihe Winnebagoes,
superintended the arrangement of the parties
on the ground. Tho point agreed upon for
starting was upon the prairie, a little to the
north of Prairie dc Chien, and a, few rods from
the rosidence thoq occupied by Judge Lock
wood, while tho ra-e course rlin along Nino
Mi'e P-atrie, t,tr6fh'ng l tbfi ,wrtn jpd skirl
rig ll ' slme of the Mies- r.p..
Tho Sioux ajpearcd on the ground, accom
panied by a guird of soldiers, who were fol
lowed by twenty-four antagonists, marching in
Indian file, naked with the exception of the n
dian breechlet. Tlieir ribs were painted white,
while their crcasts were adorned with a num
ber of hicroglrphical paintings. Across thu
f.ic, alternate, stripes of black and white were
painted in pnrillcl lines, extending from the
shin to the forehead.
Tho hair wis plaited into numerous thor.fs,
fringed with jells, and tasseled with a red or ,
white feather,while their inoicasnn were cord-,
ed tightly around the hollow of the foot, as i
vell as around the ankle, with the sinews cf the ;
doer. In thoricht hand each earned a 'onia-
ground, owing partly to llie rigid discipline no i
had undergone in training, and pir ly to
having painted his face bluck;, with the figutn
boon otter they had lormed a line, i.leut; li.
came up cud tool: one ot ttio moccasins on me
Indian, ard showed the chief that he thought it
contained a thin plate of steel, and asked if he
objected to it, to which lliey replied that he
might carry as much iron as he plp.isod.
Lieut. R. having noticed ul the oauie time
that the countenance of the Indian presented a
downcast and melancholy appearance, reqties-
ted Mr. Eluise to come forward, who, after ex-
umining his pulse, reported that he was much
excited, and that his nerves vere in a trcmy.
Lieut. 11. immediately tool: him by the arm
and led him out some distar.:o iroin me line,
when he asked him thro' his interpreter, if he
was afraid to run ; to which he replied tint he
was not afraid to run with any mnebago on
loot, out lie wus uiraiu re -jouiu nui uuuun u:i
the horses that were mounted by armed ln-
'I'ho lieutenant saw at once the cause of his
alarm, and informed them that they should no
intertere. lie intended lo ride ttie neeie.1
,,0 u',on BrouT4 flTJ. Tl'.Vl' 1
as he wu well armeil, vould see that no horse
man appioachcd with hostile intention
At tin- announceircnt, the countenence ot i
the Indian briglituned up with a smile; his
whole person seemed '.fled from the ground an 1 n,
he turned to his posii:;:i In the tin.1
The chiefs and Lie.it. R. soon sfter mounted
their hordes and took a position directly in the
ruar of the prisoner. Spectators were removed
from the front, when Lieut. R. gave the sign.il ;
the blow had scarcely reached the drum, when
the prisoner darted from his antagonists with a
bound that placed him beyond the reach of the
whirling tomahawk. hen the race was un-
der way, many of Ins antagonists ran with great rn 'Viiwtr.
llectness for a mile, when the distance between t Qa3 ,glt -a9 un:Ronrn in ISOQ ; now near
them and the Sioux began to widen rapidly, jv ovcry cjtv nna town of any pretence are
showing the superior bottom of the latter, ac- Jhtetl with 'it, and wo have the announcement
, quired by the discipline of the white mm. j 0f a still greater discovery, by which light, heat,
i At the end cf two miles tho last ot the con-, unj motive power mav be produced fro'm water,
tending Winnebagoes withdrew from the chase; . wlli, scarcely any cost. Daguerre cominuni-
there was not an Indian horse upon the ground catod to the world his beautiful invention in
that . ould keep up with him after he had gone jy. Gun cotton agd chloroform are disccv
the first half mile. Lieut R. finding his steed ! ews but of a few years old. Astronomy has
much fatigued, and the priuo free from ere-1 a,lded a number of ' new planets ty lis sqlai
mies, reined up. The Indnn did not loo'; be- s,.stem. Agricultural chemistry I-; i enlarged
hind nor speak as fur as he was followed t
seen, but steadily kept his eye steidily live 1
upon tho white lligs that had been placed at.
distances of half u mile ao trt, i:: order that ! e
might run upon a straight line.
L was soon i.-i ,.u-J b ill-. Winnebag .'8
thai he had been i.illed by one ot their bo;;;, century iicccm dish ' We may look for still,
who hid been secreted by order of War kc-n greater discoveries : fur, the intellect of man is
shuteskee, beneath the bju't3 el'the in cr. near ; uwi!;c exploring every mine of knowledge, and
the upper end of the prane. This, how ever, . searching for useful ir.fornution in everv de
proved not lobe true. The boy had shot a parment of art and industry. PhiladcjliH
Winnebago, through mistake, who like himself, 1 Ledger.
had been treacheiously secreteid for the pur-'
pose of intercepting the Sioux, who a few yean I
ago was present at a treaty undo by Gov. Do'y
with the Sioux nation. lie hid then but re
cently acquired tho ran'; of chief. He reques
ted Gov. Ooty to inform him where Lieut. K.
a11j 1)r i;m;u ,vlJre al a tur.p.'and wus told
.i..,, i,0,i. i.:ll ,i,cj , Fh.rida. lie immediate -
ly withdrew freiu the convention, punted n.s
tiice black and departed to the woods: nor
could he be prevailed upon to come into the
convention until he had gone through the usu
al ceremony of fasting and mourning for the
de;.d.-cVim (.) .IdcerlLer.
Tell Vour Wife!
Yes, the only way is to tell your wife just ho-r ,
you stand. Show iier your bilauco-sheet. Lf',
1 her look over the items. mi think it w ill bin.
! her feelings. No it won't do any such thing --:
. She has been taught to believe that money was ,
with you, just as little boys think it is with their
ii.m., iiutti ......wm( 1
t .ttirifj inrri 1 i imni ii tin rnnn 1111 vnr iiinv,
...i.i -1. . 1 1 1 1
ho Ins had her suspicions already,
i vj, I.., u-.n . J rs,.m. ,
' 1 1 , ,
Hut you have m belogged your
n. .. . ., . ' .,
piouey atlairs lli.ll slie, poc; lli.tig, Know s nom -
,ng about them. Toll 11 right out to her, that
I vui nr lnnir miUii!. vmir inrnmii Mi!in
our income. i -use
IT . 1 "
her into parinerslnp, and l.ll warrant yen 1
never regret it. hero irry be ;, slight s.niw -
er at first, bet that snitunl- Lu her s;-e ym r
estimate, ami when you c-e home ag.in, she
w,l show you that you have .ut : htr hi Is t, o
high. Irue, she had ail yight dollar bonn. t
ast winter, but it is ,nst rs go;d as ever ; a
lew shillings will provide . with new string-,
and reht it a little ;-tl.o slrpe, M.o says, -.s
nlinwt exactly as they weir hen, now. A.ui
you will be stirpnseil to see how inticli less ex -
pensivo she can make your rwn wardrobe.
She M'ill surprise vou with u now vest not ex-
aclly unfamiliar some how, looking us if in an -
other shape you had h .en it before,- -yet new
as a vest, and scarcely coning a dolla'r where
you had allowed five. Old cravats will exper-
icnco aresurrectien in her hands, ccming out
so rejuvmated that nobody hut those tint arc
let into tho secre', would' fuspect that they nro
old friends in nc.v s'lap' The grw n" you
v-cre going to buy- -out of vhat lbrjott'n chest
she has gathered the materials vou c.iunot un.
aginc but there it is, cotnfcrtifcle nod warm,
and just the thing you wantqdj for the long win.
ter evenings thai nil coming c:,i as last as tho
almanac wm let theln.
You will find a wonderful change in her tistcs
and appetite.. Whereas, she always fancied
what was a littlo out of reason or just coming
into market-now if beef is dci.r, eho think
'boiled mutton is delightful,- .as lender us
chicken." If lamb rises, und fish are plenty,
tshe thinks "a stripped bass is tso good, occa -
sicnally," and always insis son having it Fri -
days. Whereas, before, she must hear a'l ttie
musical celebrities, now she is "oyi of a'l pi.
Hence with these foreign singers. F Je iny
Ltnd erc to relurn and ring wie of our o n
se eel aire sbtV ' ke " 1 "at-1 c I- i1'
hail enough cf Italian Extravagance, all writ
ton on tho lqrer linos below or above, as if it
were a stn to tarry long on, the common Stan".
Before yod have thoiieht much about it you,
will find yourself spending most of your even
ings it home, and such evenings too.! so full of
domestic enjoyment, and fireside pleasures, that
you will look with wonder on the record of last
year's expenses, and marvel that yoit found,
time or relish for the c .sth- entertainmentl that
Sll ri,,na!v m,.,l vour no'rt moimaie
.My (c,ir' friend, "if like Spain, your outgoes
threaten to exceed your incomes, be sure and
u. vr jf0 flf- , xol m a tone al)J IImnnor
that'will lead her to think vim don't want Jipt
tr. bnv furs H.n v;mtpr. b-.it inst ms ifvnu wnm.
a c(iunHllor i;i the day of your trouble.
And if .she does not come up. heart and sou),
nj most sueoe.-:inllv to your relief, put me
0-.vn for no prophet, "in 1 her for no worthy spe-
mien of a V.iii.ioo las-. .V. Y 'Vimej.
(rjDiscovr.nir.s or run Last U.w.f Ck.V.
TUe.v. Tpero his been no period since the
commencement of the'world in which so many
,,nprtnnt djecoveries, tending to the benefit of
I mankind, were m ule as in the last naif century.
Some el the mo.t wonderful results of human
intellect have been witnessed in tho last fifty
yetr-i. Some of the grandest conceptions of
genius have been perfected. It ii remarkable
linn- the mind of the vorld has run into scien
titi': investigation, and what achievements it
( Irs effected in that short period. Ujforo the
i ve-ir 1800. there wai not a single steamboat in
t.Kitu:ico, and the application of steam to ma
chinery was unknown. Pulton launched the
)rst steamboat in 1507. Now there are three
,10 3anj steamboip traversin? tho waters of
America, and time saved in travel is equal to
'evenly per cent. The rivewof everV country
Jn the world nearly, are traversed by steam-
i)0;in In 100 the'-e was not a single railroad
m the world. In the United States alone there
H ,JW. g-y rnilea of railroad, costing i'i3
000,000 to build, and about SW.OQO mlins of
ruilr'oad in En-'la'tid and America. The loco-
motive wi'l now travel in as many hritrs a dis
l!lllC0 wlxl , joo required as ii'Hiy days to
accomplish. In 1-00 it too't weeks to com-of
intelligence between Philadelphia and NcV
Orleans; now it can be accomplished in mm-
ule;i througli the electric telutrrauh. which onli
h.ul its beginning in Is 11. Voltaism was dis-
"overed in .March 1;?0() ; the electro magnet in
l:'-il. Electrotypmg vas discoverea a fer
Hot 's printing pren, capable of printing 10,
u.0 0U,)1U3 a lollr w :l mv lecent discovery.
tA,.,d tll U. r lrii"Tlt ver" ProP5rl- ve
added, as tho latest great improvement of "the
age, uohdo.n s Oabd I'rkss, patentyJ in Au-
,riit last, onts of which we have nssr at work
m ,ir Job Ollice. Whit the lies Press is to
spiper monger', Gordon's Liehlmns Card
! Pries i-i to the business public, printing, as it
, Jocj, 10,00.1 Cards per hour, in the most per-
feet and beautiful manner.
JNo Lard I'resa.
ever invented does as goid work, while its
speed is at least five times that of any other.
Tins improvement enables every business mart
to obtam 1 ,000 Cun.'s at less prise than 5001
could have been had three months ago. The
American Institute has awarded Mr. Gordon
two Gold .Medals for this ini'eni-js Press.fDc-
the domain ot knowledge in ilia', important
til inch ol dentine research, aim, mechanics
hive- increisod he t.icilr.ie- for production, and
the ineins for nrcompl siting an ntnount of la
bor which far transcends the ability of united
eii'uti tj .iccomolish. Whit will the next halt
!ETThc glor.ou? principle of F.-js Lsndito
actual settlers has been agreed to by the l.e,
gi-lative and executive Government of Cana
da, and will presently be applied. A Iraqi of
twenlj-four millions of acre, lying inn.in'y
north ea-t ot Like titiron, in the Jalltuas.ot
! the American mining districts of Luke Superi
or, though with a wilder climate will as so m
i a surveyed, be thrown open to the landless in
i gratuitous tracts ol !C0 acres. Alternate sec-
lions will thus be given away without price,
thofe lying between them reserved for sivle to
cover the expenses of surveying and opening
the cor-ntiy to iinigiantf. We had hoped that
our own country would be lhi lirst to adopt ibis
great idea, but Canadi is ahead, of uc The
United States will, we trust, not bo fir beliinJ
To Cure Ham?. As 1 havcfeen numerous.
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f cel)enl ,,,, tendsr.and w; .cjokcd.Ufom-.
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' T he 1 oIccjj Blade tells a good, yory o(
, muddy Mreets. &nd a doubtful looted, cjtj.en,
1 whiclf run as foUiws :
We overheard a citizen, v;hs is IroubVd with
'""h " sfiection of the throat, that lie fpnd il
! difficult to pass by any n( the uuinerous l,o,is
where "corn drir.k " is kept, whl.te walking,
1 ,ri'' "no of these places In another, his head,
evidently so much heavier than his heelc, that
C'?re was a constant proclivity in it, lo go
through the Acrobatic performances of revers
ing extremitief, thy.,8 soliloquising
"When will our citizens Improve their way.
hiccup.) This fidowalk is slippery (slip,) and'
crooked (staggers,) und very muddy, (tumbles
, down,) and Toledo is no place for a poor man
1 hold up his head in, (trie inefJectUKlty In
I rise.) When once down, he got tb stay, (rolls
W ) "! the mors he tries lo get out of tho
! niud, the deeper he gets into th'tp mire, (falls
i wilh a splash l"'n ,llf Ct.) m as Oat as
, 'she Whig party u0ed up-a reguhr victim.
Naomi, the da jghtc of Enoch, was not
arrtcd .mill bhe was tivp hundred and eight
vear old Don't '", nr o' 1 gi'c. s 'me h