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V , ... ... - i.v p ru, nt.jiti: .iToit. rilmr (I ly, Aroint 151. ilJliCCTION' SI.I I IWIBKIt 3l. .Democratic Whig Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, CTlAIiLI-.S K. 1 1. LI. MS. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, JULIUS CONVKUSK. FOR TRCASURKU, GEOKGK HOWES. WASHINGTON COUNTY. For Senators, ltUFUS Cl.APP. or Moretnwn, K. U.'PUTN M.of Mirshtield For Judg'S of the County Court, HENRY F. JANES, of v atetbury, ZlJ.N'AS WOOD, of Montpelier. ' ' far Sheriff, DON P. CARI'CN PER, of Morctown. For llich Bailiff, HARRISON KETi:HU.Ni,r PUlnfieM. Tor Slate's . Utorney, DENISON K. S 1TH. of iJirre. or Julgc or Probate, HORACE HOLDrX of Middlesex. ORANGE i OUNTY. j For Senators, CHARLES II A EE. of X'cwbury. J' II IN II IIUTCIIINSOV, of Randolph, JEREMIAH FOSTER, of Tunbridgc. For Judges nf the County Court, A "OS C. TENNEY, of 'Corinth, JOSEPH G. SMITH, of Brookfiold. for Juke nf Probate, I'anlo'pli District, U. W. II A It ' 1101 )Mi AV,of ashington. Fur Ju Ice oj Probate, Bradford District, A RAD SlKBUINS. of Bradford. For Hale's .111 met), BURNIlAM MARTIN, of Chelsea. For Sbenff, D. M. RICHARDS" of Corinth For High Bailiff, JAMES M BASS, of Williamstown. Timely Warning: to Free Sollcrs. The democratic State Conrcntinn for Massa chusetts was holdon at Worcester last week. It was intended by the leaders to miko litis i on Tcution Hunier. of the most approved .-outhorn fllavocratic stamp, but "us called as a democrat ic Cony ntion the coalition locofocos of Massa chusetts ca 1 themselves democrat, as thev do in Vermont and bo these coalition democrats (ali as free soil democrats, nlrns fj-frec-soil demo crats,) attended m full force. Some of the Hun kers rebelled ut first, insisting tint no free toiler hid any business to rhovv hn face on tho occa ion : but the sj-callcd Jrec-soilera notonly stuck to the l onvention, but lntl a majority in it by two to one, the vo'.o on President liciuy as fid lows : N. P. Ranks, coalition, CS2 Henry Crocker, Hunker, !M0 Scattering ID So, nwst evidently, Iicre was a Democratic convention of the co.ilil.ion stripe. It was ndetl by the very men who last ydir united with the Free Soil parly to overthrow the Whigs of Miib f aclmsotts, and who, for the sako of accomplish ing their purpose, made loud professions of de votion to liberty and irecsoilism. Now these gentlemen had to miko a National Platform, and elect delegates to the National Convention. What a splendid chance to in ike a National Li berti I'LiTroriM to speak out boldly tho genuine, true blue, Fnr.r Soil sentiments of the great D-t.m-o-c-r-a-t-i-c party of Massachusetts and to elect delegates who will ininfull) hold np tho glorious IU.NKr.n or Freedom in the next Locotnco National ( onvcntiui, and defend it to the last gasp. A democratic convention, two thirds of the members of which were ODcn moutlicd frecsoder-i in Nove nber last, would of course do all this, and nothing shorter. ell tney did announco oitir toit ol freesoil pnn ciples i and th y did elect their sort of freo soil , 1. delegates, lt us sec whit they are: necessity uf two tickets, u wo n irilly think ap- THF NATION-Al llPMnr TIC PI AT ' parent to the voters. on ever, avo assuiuu no r,AUONAI' voum" ,LAr'iirovinceofdictati,in oradv.ee in the premises. ' ' Lvurybmly m3iiui of coiiHe to do whstthuy doein I. Resolved, That tho Democratic party is proper but wo hop everybo Iy will hep coal, at pre-eminently national, anti-sectionil, and for the I ) events'" Union as a w hole Union that it has always mi. I Uined, and can only regain its supremacy' in the Umoilu, Tho WJiis of L-unoillo County Union, by adhering to its men and measures; re- , , . .. posing on its fundamental principle of excluding aro to hold n convention at HydepirK.on I-nday all tests marked bybcctioiul lines, outh and the 'JUth in. 10 A M. Hon. Javks Mr.ACH North. Kait or en-, and by leaving to the am has beon invited tn attend and address the sound sense of tho people of each State and tor-, f.in..nn.,nn. ritory. their domestic tiohcy and institution. oiivenwou unsolved, j nai mm convention recoumienus to the National Democratic ommittco, and to the Democracy of each State, tho call of u Na tioml Convention to be held at Billimoru in May, l-.Vi, for the nomination of candidates for President and Vico President of the United b'tntei. ;i Resolved, That thi convention, beintr now called together for the purpose of electing Del- gates at large to the ,N itinnal Uonvtintioii, it is the especi il duty of the Ili preaontatives of the' Democracy ol ilassichu.otu horo as.einhled, frankly, distinctly ami fully to lay down the n.a tional platform upon which those delegates ro iu u ..u.t:ii. aim uiu piioi-ipii'tiiipuii niiivinioy, 2iti, 0r juy. rweived tue nomination of As are to represent us in thtt convenUoti, before lt,itsantJuige furCjUHlon countv. for wh.ch ox proceeding ;to their election. 1, .region of c.mfidenoe I M grateful i but I 4. Kesolved. Hut this convention re affirms , dechim the nomination, for I think I can Jhe resolution psssct by the Democratic State llt, wfVU n,e caUlt, u JcrHcy by so doing. Convention, September Hi, irilti, in Faneuil S .1UF.L DAVIS Jr? Hall, in theo words, viz: IUatolved, That wel , heuluck, Aug. II. 1651. hold to the integri'y of the luiiunaa established 1 by the Constitution, and therrfore ut dqirecate as ' Wo entirely agree with the Patriot in calling disunion in its worst Jorm, the attempts of any '. M r. Davis u seniiblo democrat" - Do has 'il'rrrir: lf,rTite ' r the rct nt n, one portion ol the Linou lor its domestic inti- .,,,,, tutions, with which the Constitution does not in- coalition free-soil pirty has dwindled downto te rfere, and of the propriety of which each Stale , nothing but old fashioned locofocoism. Of course is Usown independent judge, 1 110 "canbett serve tho cause of (locofoco) dem- .r5:.1d?l1nfd:.T,,',t.thi,tC0"V,;nii0n 'PPIocracy' by going f.r the coalition ticket. It .or and adopts iho national principles and sound 1 ,, " , , , reasoning of the address issued by the Demo- " '" 1,0 n ilWe "underfill it Jree sml rhgs do not cratic Slate Coinmitttee calhug ihu Convention ' show that they are eimally bensible, by abandon- 0. Ueovt d, That the Democnitic party of ing th0 fellows wiio have betrayed thctn. ibis Commonwealth is a national a id not s sec-. tiAn.l nnril'. mill hlflu mitt .ii,p......f., ...t.,.,..' "v.- u j i mi t,nij .uu.ia the resolutions of the National Deinncratic 1 on. arentionat Baltimore in Id 16, as the only Iruu TV , - AJtriuucrauc creeu. 7. Resolved, That tho Baltimore Platform covers, and was intended to embrace, the w hole question of slave agitation in Congress, and theivfrre we go for & faithful execution of, and acquiescence in, all the Compromise measures set. tied by the last Congress. 8. Kesolved, That Charles Grecno cfSuf fo'k. Henry H. Child of Berkshire and Isaac Davis of Worcester, be appointed tlib' two dele gates at Urge, and one from Hie new district arid that they be instructed to act in conformity with these resolutions and that it is recom mended to the several ccngressionil dulricts in the Com notiwealth, to elect delegates rciiective Jy, who will huinomze with the National Demo, eracy of tho Union on these principles. There you have it freoaoilcrs. Every one of your distinctive prmciples is repudiated; the en Ualtimort and regular Shvocratie Hunker National Convention is recoguned, and its de cision is of course binding; the old fashioned loeefoeo platforms of 18 10 and 1849, against which the free toilers contended under a acpa- rate organization, are 'fully and unreservedly' a d ipted ; " all tht ' ompromise measures teltltd by fit last Congress" ro acquiesced in, and declar I to bo measures which must be fruitfully exo i utpd and, finally, to prevent the resurrection of free soilismin the National i onvention, Meir dtltgatti are bound by tliest declarations I Com ment upon auch treachery is unnecessary. We have only to nay, that it is prcciely the panic which the lorojotofrte toil leaden of Vebmoit are prrjmred to comptclt in the next campaign. We va.t to nee whether t It" H 'g tree doners oi Vermont, who joined the Coalition in I81t, low to be cheated after tins fitshion. Their votes on Tuesday next will tell. Another Coaliticmlst in a Fix. A writer in the last Freeman, hailing from Worcetcr und signing himself " B." is down upon the Whigs on State Reform, and is ospO' ciallv lii2ubrioii because the report of the committee on tho subject has not been made and lest certain names will appear npprmled to that document when it is published. Hear him : " But whoso names think you, Mr. Editor, s hill we sco attached to this report r Shill we see the names of such men ns lion. Horatio Need ham, Nathan Smiley, or Royal Hutch ? " We can well remember the diys when it wrts Smiley and Worm Now let it be It i m ir.i.n and litarm! until such resolutions as the ubovc aro regarded as beeides mere words. " I ask, shill wo sc such names as thoje men ? I conclude not, but rather the iiirne of sueh men, and professing such principle, as Harry Bradley. Robert Pierpoint, O. P. Chsndler, or Win. He bard." Now wp hive tho pleasure of relieving tins gentleman in distress, by assuring him that the names of " Harry Uradley, Robert Pierpoint, O. P. Chandler or Wit. Ilobard,' will no be found attached to the report ami that the mme of Timotiit P. Hr.nriELn iri'Z bo there. If " It." wishes to know why the report his not been made, wo refer him to I iMOTiir P. RtoriELo, n member of tho Committee. Pelf eld and Ueform is thelocofoco cry. Ve ry well, gentlemen. Now if Itciljitld and Pe- Uorm ore sn very excellent, we take it the m-in who origlmled the cry is entitled to tho first hon ors. Guv. Willi uns started this matter of Pe- funn in his last message, rftid appointed Pedftld on the committee. Go it, then, Reformers, for WILLIAMS, REDFIELD AND REFORM. -Thero should be no cheating among genuino re formers. 1 1 ere is n new political dodge, thit i a littl" inoro miudiMit than anything that has iWlen un der our notice lately : Governur Mclonirnl, of ("alit'orma. has mudv the apiomtment ot Judge llrydrnfrli, di mr"T.it as United St.itfa Senator, li.r the term of mx years, ns the San Francisco Picayune says, up on tho followinj unJerHtundnig: If the demo crats have ainajurity in the Legislature, the ap-pomtin-nt will be set aside, ihhI Mr. I ii-vdenfidt will Uke the chnnces of elrction. Il, on the I otherhind, tho Vl.ig cany tho Legislature, ttien the appointment is to take efiVct, and n de mocratic Senator sent to Washington, in spite of tho "ill of the people. Iluvdeufell is an .lUsliainn SlarehoUir, Tho success of auch men ni he and Wui. M. Gwm in a State nominally free, show th-extraordinary activity ami aloeplors vigilance of tho alavo holders. Lnull .Imtrican. And this California GoverC' U alneofoco, and uses his power in the usual arbitrary style of men who mike the loudest professions for dem ocracy. Of course thmo freecoiler who Mtick to tho "democracy" will lime Ui meet this chap in cordial fellowshiiai tiie Bsltmiore Convention. Trouble amcng ti( ! of Orange ' o Wo observe th.it iniisa meetings of ' the Democra cy aro called in ninvreiu parts ot urangu coun ty, and "all the people are invited to be there," tu hear Paul Dillingham. Th. llartlott, T. P Rod fitdd, Charles K Field, E. A. Slaiwbury and oth ers. It strikes ns that "the democracy" mint j ho in real agony to make so greal a fuss. By 1 tho way: if there aro any free soilers about, wo hope they will nut be ho nancy as to ask wheth- i cr Paul Ddhngliim voted for the annexation of Texas, with a Constitution forever Beeiinngi slavery or whether Dillinghim Barllett, Rod field and Field were not nil Gut men in 1 6 Id. ratni'itroii County The editor of the Pat-1 riot tlm speaks, doubtle&i entirely forgetting! that he is on iro tickets for the Senatorbhip : J It would bo hiahly cratifvinir if thoru could bo j Vint iitid nnlirn tintfef nrMtinntcd liv the friltlnioll. in opposition to the whigs. In county matters tho .I t-'tnslble Ptmucr"!. Tho Old Line county c invention of Caledonia enmity nominated Mr. Siiiiuoi Divis, Jr. of Whefcloek to theollicoof Assistant Jiiotice, in the place of A. V.. Judu v ne who unit running on tlie regnlir t cknt. The ellect of till would be to Aid in the election of a whtir And Mr. Davw, ns will be seen, declines the honor ofuidiug in such a consummation. Patrx d, Vut tin. Ninth fur. Mr. Hiton : fair -I wisli yon to insert in your i next paper the following: 1 A I ,l,u p.,nu.iiiliAti tial.1 at ftt Trdinhnrt ttii. PRIVATE PLEDGES. A correspondent of the Caledonian says: It la generally known that tho following tpies tiont wero propounded lo toiue, if not all ol that ticket hv tlio "old line Uounty Committee im mediately proceeding their Convention viz: "Will you support tlin nominees of the nxt National Convention tor President and Vicu President F Do your views coincide with Mr. Peck's in relation to the Vu Habeas Corpus Act and tho Fugitive Slavo Law r" Such, in effect, wero tho questions proposed. and report s tys that they wcro answered in w i ting or by friends at the Convention, authorized to do so, and tint tlio answers were satisfactory except in one instance, nd tint one, maintaining the principles of the freesoil platform, tool thrown ottrttoard.'" S-i It seems thtt the nominees on the pretend ed free soil ticket in Caledonia County are pri. palely pledged lo go for old fashioned locpfoco ism end agauut the free sailer. THE FCnGBUY THOVITD. Th" suspicion which we expressed lastwecki that a deliberate forgery had been committed in order t" screen T. P. Redfield from the condem nation of the old line locofocos of Craftsbttry, is fully confirmed. In justice to the Patriot, lion ever, are are bound to state that the evidenet does not implicate it in the rascality. Tho fol lowing from tho Irasburgh Gazette, tells the sto ry: Frm ihe trhoih nntls Anj. W. More about the " Fix." The Freeman and some other papers camr down last eek upon the v atclimnn for an al Irged gsibling of the Resolutions nf the rafts bury Democratic Convention. Tn all appear ances a clear case of iniquity was made nut, but there aro always two sides to a story. Hear the fiels. Rv a resolution of that Convention, a copy of its proceedings was sent to the Gazette, the Hur lmgton Sentinel, and the North Star for publica tion, signed by tho Clnirimn nnd Secretary Althouuh we felt some degreo of horror at the gramni-tical errors in the resolutions, we con cluded to print them as thev were, thit there might be no appearance ot" garbling, and. as they were then printer1, they are precisely simi lar to those of the Watohinan, wronim et litera tim There were no such com unient words ns " in May loat" m our copy and probablv none in tlmee sent to the Sentinel and Star. If there was ff irhlinc in the case, it Is remarkable that all the papers but one which published the pro-j fceedintff. should hivo made the a ine alterations. Our private opinion as to who wan guilty of garbling the resolutions, the Star may not r ire to know, but we rrspi ctfully ailt of that journal wii.i i 111 a ii uun r Thus the arcusatione of the Patriot and Frep-1 man against th Watchman uro rebutted, snd ' , , , , , , . . , i the Ubles lompletely turned. Let the people , judge whether the party, and the candidate, that j ..I. ...-.: .. i have to be bolstered up by forgery, aro worthy of' their support. P. S. Tho North Star Bays the resolution' with the words " in May las " inserted, is genuine We presume the Star is honest, and, therefore, that the forgery was committed by tho man who furnished the copy tn tho Star. Who furnished to Whig and old line papers a resolution that point d itt Mr Ptdjield, nnd the same resolution to the Star, so altered as lo point at Mr. Pobiti' son ? lie must bo a nice gentleman, admirably qual fled to belong to both branches of the loco focracy. Bring him out, Mr. Star. A new, va riegated luminary of this sort should never be eclipsed by the old North Star. Where is Mr. Hctlfleld! Th" Bellows Falls Standard, n democratic pa per of tho 1 Id Line stamp, saa: " Now w e are able to state upon the best au thority that Ti notiiV P. Heillii III held? tile same doctrines in regard to tbeennatitutionality of the Fugitive Slave law, as are exprt'8-.eil m thr Jit ter nf rixignat ion written by Hon. Lucius B. Peck, and if he is an honest man h" will not al low hia name to he used for the purKaeot' keep ing in exigence a pirty whoie siu-cesi depends rnfre'v upon their being alile to pnetiue decep tion np in the enp!e by the use of men's names as candidates for office, in whose character for political integrity they have not lost all cuiiti dence." But the Patriot nnd Freeman swear trf.y irnrsy. Are the allied presses all-lie pr-sses into the bar gain? That is the question. i Vermont Apiarist Great Im provement in Bee-Hives. Jonas Abbott of Worcester is doing a pretty Large and (w e rather gues,i u ry profit ible bu siness in tiianufucturing iioney, and we know notii'iig in this neighborhood, more likely to he pleasant than a visit to Mr A's apiary and a chut with Mr. A. himself ohout his favorite bees. He is ii close observer. :i I with th benel't of n good deal of experience, can give any body mm !i mturi-fcting and v.duiblc inlurmation upon this subject. Wo visited him the other day, pirtlv to see for ourselves how Ins fifty four swarm of" been do up I In ir business and paiiiculirly to in quire into the success of the trial of a new h.ve. lately invented by Mr. Abbott, a model of whit h we hid previously examined. The bees were nut ... ..n .1. ...a ... .... !.,.. ' ' si iii douhtless owing lo the tact thit the colony hoi been disturbed by a home moving that day : bo we were quite content lo make a very fish- ,, ,, i.inlilu i-sll li,vn Innin nnH ti-i m lual nn.ui tli.i " cuinpmy. The main object of our vis t was, However, rmirety accompiirlieii, and we were , , , nlesi d to find that Jlr. Abbott has aucceo'ied in 1 making a must important and entirely successful Improvement in bee-hives, fully trebling the a mount if honey pin diced. A single fact denain PM,'M thn vnllto nf thn inilirrit'Hnvcnt to no lien. , . - . , i . , o-c-r-a-t s presume to think thev can lead the A- nouucal point of view-i swiiruis which have pro-1 r , , , a . . . . ,, i : merican people lo work out "thur own and oid duced on nn mcrngo but tieenty pounds ol honey , , ,, in a seiiKon, in the Weeks hive, will this year, 'a'"4 I'1""- prodace from tirty to cigh,y pounds in Mr. Ah- j w artrlSl"' tZ frtinT hot t'e hive. Ol course, by these weights we to-diy, urgently deruandmg my return to my mean the net amount for ue or sale. And thn. phnution, and also one itohi II. Toakum. re is not owing to unv pecuhantv or ditrorence iu sending to our plan. I had hopud tolnvoa ... i . . , .," . . : . e ,i i further conlerence with you in relation lo tho feeding, but to the supeiionty of the h.ro in folmMmmtsoa 0, ollr pian, ror ,hn caU of three (Kim's : Nation il IJoinocratic i onveiitiuti. but you may Ut. In working room. The halls (o to speak) as well issue tho call at once for the ftret iou of ingress and egres are spacton. and the utim-! duy '" '""e. l'I(n" lho ,,,no '' our correspond Imr nf Imvi.s m n Idrn i lar.r.. il.nu tier 01 miHS 111 a lino is largi. thus sciurtn.. ample room fur the whole swarm to pass outand in, and to work while in. j and secure our object. In regard to platiorms -d. In Temperature. The multiplicity and avid nil new U'sts. f.specidily land reform. Part arrangement ol boxes enables the bees to regu- y - B.lii.i.ore platform wuh out oil 6 h ending our Free f-o;l alliea who haet p'tdged late easily thw luiorUnt point and regulate it tkeiuse'ves in good fiith to u as the vole will they always do, ak well as they can. j be .nott formidable, you may dep-md upon it, 3d. In su,rio cloudiness and freedom from 1 "V"1 "ec,H" lTortl '" ',"!lke V wnfk'8? or"' .... . . . . 1 (south where ho irnscioie a dmptxithin is snow n. Moths. Such are tho arrangements, 111 Fhort, eouU bul Drev .... ,, ,.,, that the xchulr swarm can work at once, and h ive nolhuiL'lo do but work, insload of cmplovinir half thur force in cleaning house and lighting , . .. their enemies, as sometimes happen 111 badly sr - ranged hives ; and it is to these arrangements that .Mr. Mibotl attributes tho truly wonderful 1 1.. ,i.,, .., r i,.,.. ii. .i.... I IL.IOH.U 111 fllO IIIIIMIIVIIWII UI nullf I, Jll. IIIUIV t J is another and an invaluable improvement in this hivo, in preventing the bees from swarming and decamping to parts unknown, as u always their custom, when they get tint many queens in tho boost! and become tdraitcncd for room. This is effectually and readily donu in this hive, by sc curing an emigration ol sicarms tt any exlcnl ; and this, toj, accomplishes anothur important object, by enabling the apiarian tu retain his old swarms its long as he chooses, at the same tune preserv ing all the new ones. A tho grand results, then, of the new hiio, Mr Abbott is producing fully three times as much Iioney as before from each swarm, and UuKo rapidly multiplying his swarms. There aro other adv intJges also, bul truly theso are inducement w inch n ill command thu atten tion of all who ure already engiged in he busi ness, and lead ollieis to embark in it. Vermont honey is equal to any in the world, an.l with Mr. Abbott's hives boney-iiuking msy be inadoquitu as profitable as any oilier busmcus. Our thanks are duo to the Hon. 11 M. Thurs ton, Secretary of the Board of Education of Maine, for a copy of his tilth annual report It 1 an interesting and valuable document, for eve ry body concerned ill the subject of common school education. We know of no book upon the 1 ubjec t of ro nslructing tchiot ho use s that c on tauy. so much that is useful in so small a com. paes as do tins. Rlch RcTclUsns TTovp to Make a JLccoioco j'rcBiucm. The Now York Hernld publisliin a series of otters written by various octlvc locofoco politi isns in nearly every slue in the Union, in ref erence to the next locofoco National Convcn ion. Thec letters wero addressed to C. II. Donildsou of Texas and Nathaniel Green of Missouri, who appear to be a committee who have special charge of the Interests of Gen. Sam Houston in the next Presidential .race. Among the rest, is n letter from John P. Gildings of Ohio, to Donaldson; and Giddmgs, the once vVIng Giddings the abolitionist goes in for Sim Houston, tho hero of Texan tiiiiiexntioti, ind approves the plan of trickery and duplicity which Domldsnn Iris devised to secure Sarn's success! And ii'o:igwith Giddings figures Mar tin Van Buren of N. Y. and Salmon P. Chase of Ohio, and such old Hunkers as Edwin Crosttoll of N. Y., II. F. Ilalh tt of Mass , Levi Woodbury and Harry I ubbanl oi N II., Wm. II. King of Al ibama, Horace Clark of Vermont, and Geo. II. Paul. now of W lseoiHiu.) late editor of tho liiirhncton Sentinel It is clearly evident that the df-nign is to rirry the entire freesoil pirty into the jtwg of th' locofoco party. Tho Tribune v ives this summary of some of the most impor tant letters ! Messrs F. lirio Crnnrtll of New York, II. F. Ila'let if Mass. and others 'nf that ilk' would hve the ' oinpromiie Measures, und epecmllv tin-Fmritive Mae Law, made the platform of . iIk m xt r.mmiitn ficn. ' If 11,11.1,1 nf . .. ... - ......... ,,,v jersey can supiKirtrmne hut "n thoruugli- fMng Union mn" Mr. Harare dark of Vt., is ' &'u' upon the Free Soil party, which appears to have stolen uimi of the rank and rile of tlio ,,,,.. ln State ,ll)tl Olo iKmk ,,r boatinp the U lnr an urterly hopcleas one. lion .vrfsaon i rui a. hemtor) ot (Jlno anu 10 mum in ure mmmnii oi tne i.itncrs ol American Iiemoc.-acj ; nnd leave Mavery and tho recovery of fugitives to the States Con gress lettinsr all such cxcitinir question entirely .iluno Hon. Martin fun burnt says he only votes hencetorth, but is heartily for union among the Democracy. Hon. I,rti liondbmy in the like manner inclines to " the ancient platform of principle," but, on second thought, concedes thai some additional resolutions in iy be neces Hary and proper, under existing circuinf-tanceK,' I ton. Win. It. King U'res't U.. S Senate is em phatic, declaring that " So long as Iwge iortion of the former Democrary of the North lend themselves to the udocacy ol Free-Soil doctrine and make com mon cause with the unprincipled and the infam ous agitators and Abolitionists, no portion of the Southern Democracy will ever be tound acting in concert with them.'' Hon. foitr .vruge 'ex V S. Senitor) of N. ( '. don't care who the men are, mi in y lie but ' -.oimd on the .Muc ry uui'stioii "' (Itorxe Paid, , 1,1. d. low a Cty Itrooiiir th nki low a wntild pre f ! lien. Ca.,, but wi I I i any m nun. .Mi. ( (in. . luiem panv umih r in Iiip 1 'te Lej.s laii.rei ot I'.. I. I. ..v. (Vs best, and th iikk ms St,.t.. ilo's. 'i,.t j As V.tn liuren w oold in, loo'iiedly coii'rive I eoirii plan to iK fi it h,.n in .New Vms in I "'r h ps in l'i niia l in i In , u.nea to niipi.re 1 wh ,n r (ii ir, Tn-s hIi iuld gie wMy or th par- t) he nej'e it" il.'' iii reopnti tr. ltiov no decides f lint (in , In us, n id tiie IHO.-I .iv.t.'.i uli- candid ite. lint h dvie., leiiMiliatniii with the old hind-.' of I toe i.ai'y in lUiode I-nnl. i-pici.ai'y Hon. II. B. I I hu ten (M. t'. 1 1. ft i w lie lie S.IJ ' " it. our In st cnunselloi, lie h im ii..,.,) m pnlitrs long; is cautions, "-hrewd, possomed of much tart at comi llv nsei rt nnirrr th pnM'c senti I ineiit, and nuts, when net ( -ary. Ins mane (and he Ins it to g'Vci to Moure Ins einls or hi wi.sh j c. Thi e -ire nil umi illy i on-OHlrnl w ith p irty I success. .Miney is the f,rc it .'emtnt in Phode .t.'onr " Aha1 We h-ve !. inert i In n somewlnt per pi' xeii hv li.c npe'ti.l i lot t .oi nf Mr. Thur f lon to t onres from a s'-ii'i.'h 'rj District. i H e o ,ih sw thniuii it. Bi.t Air Itrowne con i tiiiui in t ui' inn; K, v : 1 " (loveiiio: A I It u w ii;, I tli.nk, w itli ait douht, ! aid Irtuji wiiit j, i -od to tow, ni rk uiili iio) rt il looal 1 li uavAt.c poly, nnd fin is iimuhi. 0 in If'.ii I think, in f Ct. tint !iB own re-i I' c- tioii iii iy Ii" so lileml.'d w nli i cit mi oi T t r- i mi 1 necte-t with t ln N iteuial A'l i 1 ii-ir.it on an. I . (iiocrninem, .is to id ki- t n. St tie suit- tor lie e.imciat.i i it. in. e lor Pie t! nt in -.'ri. liis immenie ma !h nnil iiii,n n t.t d oli tocic nod 1 ll!Hlaltj. w. I I ion ! t -ii ii a r .lllt peiletUV -lire, HI t IV ooillliio. I' leiHinn fi he -"'11 wi.ei'ii'r tiio-e :nt,i'v comii eti it w i'Ii hiiu n ik i 1 1 i w ill Ii i" i he t t in. 1 rood m ne tn -1 urc so very de rah1 n re-n! 1 Ijooil uh ! We think we can ee hmv Mr. i p),., ,, n,.n ,,. ,, ,, 'r,,x i .,,., 1 c one to n the Dene i itie linuinor ol lloml" l"1 "d. 'i he imli, in tn I u .mi,, it i-pi ,i,ii to 1 be keen through th" "! i-s door wh.ch Mr iirowno - .. Ii is inserted in the mi. I!. I r cUi,.r"i ll' ctiou is u letter from one eiiit li lo the other II IS r , , , .. i a precous piece ot rafccaluv, and we commend it , . ., , ,. .. '. , .... , In 11," nik-nil allt'iil inn i-.l hticli W liiirf ns liivn ever entertained the slighter faith in loco- .' C I t . J ... ..I 1 l. iiHT irtTM'n jpivrnwium mm i" every mray nu is curious to know 1 o a uoz n or two ut n-e-ni encu, n f 11 ivo. nniiir; o3uruiicu uiav mu couveii- 1 tlo) wM b(j ah., be tri mostly of ( Houslon men, who wdi overawe all opposition, r form resolutions in the Stale Conrentiuti of !"' and other portions ot ot the West, then Walker, of tMrIlin. could easily be kept 111 the background, and Houston s chances ireatly , lluWyj; H ntoi; hero, I regret to learn , th it the Burhiuau internet is rapidly gaining J ground. I tlnuk, however, our well digusted I idaus fur the call of tiie convention vvill destroy ' ,. , , 1 . . 1. .. . .1 l.lu l,u iir.i ,liu Sriiithrii riwhls I.plinn t.i the contrary notwithstanding. Van Huron und 1 rojwull s inlluancus secures low lorx. cer tain, and their friends cverwhere. 1 hiso and (i iiliiings may be relied upon to the utmost in Ohio, and we aro 111 hopes to handle the wires even in Massachusetts, (icn. Houston, I have the best inoain of knowing, will be on himself shortly, to take chargo of tho wires. A word to our Now Vurk friends: Make nn mnstepi, little allusion to "nigjeris'ii," and Ul theStito Convention l'01. go ueyond tho Ohio pi itforui. and tolerate differences of opinion in regard to minor question! Should it be deemed nihi.iblii to get up a uiabs, bone and sinew de monstration nt Tammany Hall, in tho city of N. York, for the purnoso of In Ipitig ulung all o ir own and old faui s plans, do so, provided it cm lietiuiio by both sections of Iho rty, without a Ri3ibdity of fulure. ' I lnll proceed to Washington to-day, on my way home, and I may not, therefore, won see you I expect to be 111 Washlnglon next January. You hivo my address; keepuiowell advised of your proceedings and prospects, and how things are working. Meantime, I remain, yours, in the cau.e. C H. DONALDSON. P. S. I shall write you unou my return home, should Houston not line already left, and keep you advised of hi departure, movement See. C. II. D. THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDI DATES Are invited to attend the State Fair at Middle bury. Wc suppose each one is bent upon ae cuna? the best runa ti;' tug. I CT'Tne Freeman expreMes surprise that the Whig paoer.a do not notico us denial, "on the! best authority," of the chiriro that Mr. Redfield approves Mr. Peck's vitjws. lie are ns much surprised that tho Freeman does not notice tho assertion of tho Irasburgh Gazette thai .Mr, Ped' ftld himse'f expressed his approval of Peck's letter at tho Orleans County Court Carolus Xoyts, F.sq. is the Whig candidate for representative in Burlington. A young man, but abundantly able to honor tho town which will un doubtedly honor him on 1 ucsday next. I'trmonl Central P, P Co For Report of Directors nnd Engineer, sen fouitti page. We have now published the whole of the Sixth An nual RejiotL except the schedule of engines. Tho number of these is "12, of Inch IK' are first class. Tho sum total of running expenses of the Vermont ' entral R. It. (stated mthe Treasurer's Report ) w is emni ou ly printed in our list: it should have been $1 I.V.VkJ!? instead of i li'l tw;u" The Pat'road Jubi'u .-'-n- iy. the V, of September, has been fixed upon as the time i for the commencement of the celebration of the i completion nf a lino of railway communication between Boston and Canula. 1 PuHandant Ihirtintrton Peiil'oad. The Rut- 'land and Burlington Railroad receipt earnings 1 in I uly till" year wcro liH Same month lat yar lo" 1 (! $ G,.(l 04 Increase 101 per cent - - - The earnings of the Ver-1 I'ermont I entretl. mont Ceutril Railroad for July wore $.1,',I'J -Ifi j Progress or .Imerican M. It is a matter of, i congratulation with u to hear the claims of 'he 1 mechanical and art.sticdl skill of the Americans , , , , admitted by Luropenns, who lino always been jealous of the emnetition on this side of the At- lan'ic. Dr. Morton's Artificial Tooth Momtfitc- torv. w Inch he has recently established at an im- , ' , , , meiwe outlay, and on a larjre i-cale, was lately visited hv several distinguished Dentists Irnm Kurope. They were stuprised to s"e to n hat an extent the fabrication of these articles was car- i ried, and after a minute examination of the labo 1 ratoriea, they all confessed that the Manufaclo- ... rv wasuperior in every particular toeven the Dest 1 r - r uf the kind established in the Old World. ' (J7'The Hon Ililand II ill accepts the ap pointment, recently tendered to him. of Coinnus Mo yr to settle land c'niins in Calitono. He. w 'ii two of his sons, wi 1 have about the lirt , of C toiler. ft" The free soil party in Bennington Cmm- 1 ty hive "caved in," and have taken up the old t , line locofi. -o ticket for county ollicers. . j fjy Hon. I II. Peck has elicited an elaborate J arg'i neiit i line undoubtedly it is.) troin lion. o. S. Phelps, afjaiust the Habeas Corpus Act. Mr. , Pet k his sent the paper to the Burlington Sen tinel for publication I . ,i ( C7 I he best day to start on a journey u, U.e ,iliy a'tir Freeman's melting. Those n ho go . tlie d iv In fore will be jot as unlucky as those ,who rton a VW.iv and a little mora so. l Tin y won't teiico.-' : i with " a coitxcicuce void ol of- CCvVe o'werved a mm doing a greal bust , nes tin- o'lier day, iu periiiilling people to get ' o to a in .1 one and b our Ihtmse'vet up, nt three cent- - in .id. If an body wall's to b'ow h'm '' . fie. of charge Id turn jn.n the ex Irve soil p irty. OUR ELECTICN. Il i nf the iitu ot importune th it uur pre.- ' ut h ii Tilthl'ii! M ite ( illicris -lit.'. r' - 1. c eil In the ennV. and wuh mere i'd ie in. 1 tv Uur M ite I onvention uimn.uioiisly renoin nite-t lh 1.1 . nd we csni'Ot douht tint the uiiimi ,11 red an. I uiiconCUerntile Whit'" of Verinunt w ill eo I 1 it tint th ir Irin.iipii Hit re-election .ii cini s to th 111 iinoiher log Victory. Tho t ir. ils o! .-iich a result would let be confined with n the nirrow limits of uur S: it. . The eyes of outer ,. hrin, 11 of til.- united D.'i.iotr.ty ps. -d .it I and large commonwealths are now turned tow- ,j, ,lr c, nvuution, (not h iving seen any of the re 'oials in. The Whit's of Vlassachu"tti h .V" I soll,t , f the ri.0 ,,. ,11N.flt.c couveution.) In seen in ennmier wtckedsnd unnitiir.il alli.ir.ee the lira pi cj. thev inlogize lie irly all the le 'tint have conquered them. They would n w re-; mocr'tio Presidents, 0 mii Jefferson down fci Polk deem theuueivo 1 1001 their loruitir uo-grait; and 1 , ti,eir int?Miirt.. Not to go b firth'T tiun they look to us for encouragement fh.ll they , m la.t ; the leidinsr feature of Mr. Polk's d ' find it ? The Whigs of New Voik. in th-- e..er- ( mimbtration was the M Mean war, which I hold cises of a true spirit of conciliation, have just ,n ,i,0 4,,i dutestatioii now tint I ever did I 1 i'iv en an earnest of their future success in the r,.r,,ii.. c.,i i..,i,,.,i , i,,, ,1 , UM .11 ' . ... , . coining elections, in ttie complete kk-i'mox oy I "ii.i. ti.t .......j iivii"' . ....v.. .. I in view of lite unfortunate and collateral dispell - I nous that have ' dintoibed liaur peace." We i have been told, t'nt in bringing about thu hap- py cent, tha ri'ik'cted t-p.nl of harmony and j inutiitl concession which previiled at the Bellows Fall Convention hid no slight irlluenct. Let that same spirit, fired wi'h z-ul. nminile us now, and a light will go forth from our never-setting btar, that will ghdden tho heirts of our brelh - re n in other States, whose eyes are turned tow- ards us wuh confidence and hope. Free Press, ' , , ' AoWA l ttrulina I h no is I.. ( I nigrum, 1 Soiitliern Bights candidate, ins been re-elected ii-l, U tl,..,. K.ii.u .1 . .im li.n.. t. tiinip ,tn n i nlM '" '" - .",'...".. ....... ...o I old North Suite will stand as follows in the next in ine ll uwtriui ou me iieit i'tiiiio iroui mi House, there being politically no clnnge Irom list year. L. Clingman, Southern 1st district Thomas Bights. d do. Joseph P. Caldwell, Whig. .'Id do Alfred Dockery, Whig lib do. James T. Morehe id, Whig, uth do. Abriim W. Venable Democrat Se cessionist. (ith do. John ll. J. Daniel, Democrat do. "ill do William S Ashe, Democrat. Hli da Kdward Stanley, Whig. Uth do. David Outlaw, Whig. The llesultpin 'Fenneisee. The Nashville Whiir of the l-llli lint, announce the glorious result in the old "Hickory Suite,, " Wo aro fairly out of the woods. as follow : Our friend may halloo a lis id a they pleaso. Campbell is elected by a majority of at leant li SOU pouibly 2000; and tho Whig have a nnjory of 5 cer tain, probably 7 in tho Senate, mil 11 majority of !l certain, possibly .5, in tha Homo. A U'hig majority of 8 to IU on joint ballot. Glory o notiL'h for one campaign. Huzza for Tunuorseo ! ' uzza for the unswerving maintenance of the Union Compromise ! ' Kentucky. The telegraphic reports confident ly nvscrt the election tn Congress (!ld district) of Presley Having, (Whig) intoul of Beverly L. Clarke (Opp ) unking tho Delegation six to five, as it stood in M l. 7Vnu F.'tclion. Wo hive Galvostnn dates to iho 15th inst. The return of tho recent c 'cet on in Texas, ns fir 11s received, iivn Boll, ( Dem.) the present incumbent, fur Governor, a plurality over l.paf&on (Wlng)ol ;i .to. Hen. dersou (Dam.) is elected Lieut, Governor. In the 2d district t icic nred candidates for Con ores, und biidicient returns h ive been received to indicate the election of Howard, (Dem ) by over fiOO plurality. In the 1st district, tho main content was between ' 'chiltrce, (W big) and Cur ry (Dem.;) the latter is electtd, alil'tmgh the Democrat had three candidates in thu Held. Cn'nifi by Chloroform. According to the Iindon Morning hromcle,' in a new penal law parted m Knglrnd, it is enacted that with respect to chloroform, that if any per&on shall unlawfully PP'y "r administer to any person chloroform, laudiium, or other stuptfying or overpowering drug, &lc, with intent to commit or asaiat 111 committing a felony, every such offender to be guilty of felony, and liable to transportation for life, or imprisonment with or without hardltbor to three years. The measure was prepared by Lurd lunnbvU. ORLEANS COUNTV. The corrupt and unprincipled bargaining a niong tho oilier ; seekers in tho ranks of the oa. lition and Old Line turtles in Orlesns County, is producing some of the Inuts we have been look ing for. Several wreks since, the Old Liners he il a Convention and nominated a Ticket and adjourned to a future day. Tho samo party, (pretending to entertain no hostility to slavery or the Fugitive Slavo Law. I met in Convention nt Irasburgh at the time of the meeting of tho Co alition party, when both parties agreed upon a Ticket for "County Officers, agreeably to the imrnose of tho adjournment of tho previous Old Line Convention: all tho risult, of course, of an agreement among the leaders of the two par ties. This joint meeting resulted in tho adop tion, with one exception, by the Coalition Con vention, of tho Ticket previously nominated by the i Id Liners, which was finally ratified by both onvention". The exception alluded to, w as that of the can didate for Judge of Probate. The Old Line candidate for thw office was dmppod and W m. J. II istings. Exq. of Craftsbury, subi-tituted. Mr, I ladings, for scaeral years, his acted will) the fn e so.l pirty. "nil for two years pat-t has been the R.'pp seritativc of that arty in the town of I r fluluiry. But. he' c.uiiiot stand such a tiMd aurrcwler of principle .is tint which Ins bei n roiHtiiiimated by the leaders of th" p ut v with wh.rli he ha ac 'ted. Hi' ilorlintM lo be ISOLD fur the Itieag of p ittajje offered nun by llin nomination for Judge of Pr. b ite. ami to give hm influence to a party a.vowe,l! the ..npporlers of the unjust Fugitive Slaw Law. In th he will be followed by oth ers, it is too muni to Relieve, mat oi a pariy so I numerous a was the I ite free soil party, that there were no' some sincere anti-slavery men in its r nk. It i too much to believe that all sin II will consent to be transferred, by the private or iiu'ieoiHiii B.MtliAl.NINU of a' portion of the lenders of tlit-lite free fud party, to a party that docs not pretend tu mti-rtnn one principle ot ,freede n a party pleded to the support of the r utritivo Slavo l,t, mi l locotoooisiii in general. In Oihuua Coiintv tins hti phos been taken III ,i in ilue r rauu r 111 ire openiy ann auuacuniai thin in some other Counties where unions hue lii'i li'. cled net ween the coalition and th" old me lo.ders. In this otinty, so far as principle is concerned tho onion, m our judgment, is io ' !'" cotru 1 am,'n ,n '"T itwasot a more private nature, more of the , l)ominee nr 0f t1P coalition party, trlough not lull ()f them but. privately, we fully helleae.more lr loss solemnly pledged! to the national or old i '"'f democracy with .11 its nr.lavcry ftature.. Is it not time for lovers of liberty, once walk- i njf wltn tne ,at0 froe noil parly to pause beforo I thev are eiitratiped m thes" devices air. lias- ' tmgs evidently takes the true ground. He still I adhere tn the' Buffalo platform, -nd in his future action will go with iti.it party w Inch lie deems nearest ritfht. That party is none other than the t' hur Dartv. He will an for Charles K. Wil- t. - - ,.,n ll.,, .nli.u,i., k.f.irr. tlhl. i ,l"ul, " . ... I.. ,-.,.. ..prnnferl liir l,.c,r.,t Hemniroirllisl K'.i'.' .'" ' rv...v v B..-- deliphted to honor, and once supported lor the iithc" ot Ijoiernor. Mr. V ilinins has not chan- d I ( c remains true to treedoio, und w ill re- ie the votes of th" tine heiit'd and lion 'St liheity iioin iii 'ii of tlic disso.ud free soil pi' f urdo'iian. 1 1 i 1 1 . ' 1 n- I'. il in '. ' On Letter from VV. J. Hastings. U e hive received and publish below, a letter from Win. J. Hinting., l'.. declining ins noini i.ntion, bv the coalittoiii-t., to the otlice of Jud.e of Probate Mr. II. was lormerly a Whig, but left th it psrty some tiin e or four years Miwe lor the t ree Soil tiartv. with which h ' ins acted uo ' llin nrn.nl ,inm Ilis Pens., lis flip tll'.'lililiii. ... ,b are well stated in the tt-r. Craitsburt, Aog. 7lh, 1801. Messrs. F.ditors. 1 notice in the liat'Hte of ' August W, tlie proceedings of Democratic , on y mtMi t iho, y;d, and that snd DinvenUon of , tho -III. after a conierenco ith the Free Deeio- critic Conventior. in session at the same time, so insert my iianie as candidate for Judge of l'.-r- h ite, in p! iCO ot J. II. Harding olio sUud- nnm lniled lor Senator in plice of J. liodgkins, who .is dropped from the t cket ; thus all but my self on the united Democratic t cket uerenoiui li.aled by llie old Line ('onvculion of the 1st of .uly. Now. Mesnis Lilitora, I wn.h to my thro' your ci.Iwihtis t .t. under the circu'oslanccs, I it I t i.upehi'.l Ui d'i I ne the iMnnin itioii. In In ' lira! place. I no opposed m principle to the nn on of tno pirtit'3 for th 'puriot' ot' iin 1114 in elect. on ov -r .1 t'lril. It their pr.1.1 pis are til" ssiimt I' I tu 'in unite aiid deiend tli.-in It ' til ."p l'i' 1.' Il ..e jfo'i.' I ir to prove tiiit tin 1 o inn.; ovr i! 111 M. on raw to toe fie! S 1 ien on tin ''ll-ti.l' May. Irl!', w:n a h- 1 1 1 v eobraceof th".r pu,irip'" there were ho'i , l'i- 1 xt'i )i in:, nn ilnii'ie 1 ii 1 i tii tpieiit'y tl. ;. iiiv- oi iii" t"iJ, Hi'Mkeii'.'J riithiT tli.n sir. n.i'i. ii"'l the Fie" ml ly My n i-onil reisnn for ileclmitu th s nou..in llon. I. Ii, .I I c ititi'il "0 l'ir tin' 1 esulil.'liins w !.u h . ... , u, ..,,, w "" otb, r, to act couwteiitlj with my prol j.-s.oi',s i 1 ..I. .I. . . .1 .1.... I . l . .t. ii .c , duii noiii iu urn nociriiiea f'luoraeeu ill li:o oui- 1 t'alo pi itforui and if the free soil party in th.i ' coiling ins hi co.ne Miunhiluted, I h ill vote with Aud tor those that in my opinion come the near- est up to those principle, y, J. HASTINGS j t vtinsT r-a. oDPPir i rJU UKl Ot isFULiltu. ' Nlw York, Aug. Ir. The total amount of spicic exported from this port, since January 1st exceeds Jo.OOU 000." ! Thus goes the specie! Tittnty-sit m:Uiem frtjumue port of the Cnited Slates since laM januiry ! This goes to jtay foreigners lor their lualllllacllires. w nc 1 Ull ler our ItK'otoco -I'MriH innooiaci uri's, w incu on icr our locoliK'O J arm ar,. lllVitc,l mto the comiiry. while our own nun . nCicturers are frreatlv denn'snHil. hia i hut 1 one ol the evil effect upon our industry the i specie is carnott off. and money is made ttcarco and "ntru among us. e cannot stand such bleeding many years, i he nidus ol California gold is not biimrieiit to save us, though it miti gates the evil Let all Whigs and all friend of Aiui'iicau labor rally around the Whig banner, and vote for v lug men und for the furtherance of our own industry The locofoco go for Brit ish interests; the Whig for Am ricin interest. See ihe foreign newo by the late arrival. Muuufacturtjrs iu Kngland aro growing fat and money is plunty thore. This w at our u.apenae, aided by the locofoco of tbw country, bv their free trade polita:. w itn u, money is hard, and I manufactures dull. No wonder- llncland is gelling our money and doing our work manu al' u ing our goois. r a'ttlonian 0" Gen. Scott w-oind make a gallant nomi nee, but there uro acverol weak spot about him. A'. O. net. Yes, one of hi arms is very much withered, from it having been lnltcrod by a ball from the enemy ai the battle of Brulgenalcr. It has been out) of his oakiwt'tbr more than thirty years. Ha Ins aUi 4 severui' other ' wonk ots about hiiu, ofthesanio cliaracter, and from n similar cause, having been to mangled in another of the battles which he fought upon our northern front ier during the list war with Kngland, that he had to bo carried in a littur from tho scene nf strife to the low ii of Ulic, iu nn almost dying mate. Ye, Old Chip has siner.il weak pou about bun,' tint's true enough. II athingtun (Pa.) Com. mnniteaUh. ' emorralie Conventions in J'ennsyh'ania. ( u learn from Philadelphia tin evening, that a lanje Democratic meeting is in sesjion ut tho I'hineso .Museum, presided over by the Hon. Geo. M. Dallas, usited by -11 Vicu Presidents und Iti Secretaries. Mr, Dallas and Mr. Bigler, the Democratic candidato for Governor, address ed tha uiei ting, tho latter at great length, expla n ituiy of his lows upon the varum public ques tiori of the day. I ho meeting have adopted re solutions, eulogizing their candidates, and pledg ing the Democracy of Philadelphia to sustain the compromise licensures ; also, in favor ol op ening the prison of tlio State for the admission and safe keeping of fugitive slaves. The Democracy ot lbanon county, Penn., in convention, have declared for Mr, Buchanan tor the Presidency 'I hi comity has heretofore biva oppewed to lfucUausa. I VOTES ! VOTES ! Whigs, send in your orders immediately, if you would bo supplied with ammunition for the bit ' lot-boxes. M mtpelicr ! Tho Whigs of Montpclicr, arc requcMcd to meet at tho Grand Jury Room at 0 o'clock, this evening,' to nominate a candidato to represent the town. Per order of Town Committee. Wednesday, Aug. V7, 1S31. CORINTH. Tho Whigs of Corinth are requested to meet at the I own llcuso on Saturday, August HO, at I o'clock, P. M., to nominate u candidal f ,r Town Representative j aleo to niako other now inutiona thotieht proper. ALON'O DICKEY, Town Committee. BERLIN. The Democra'ic Whigs of Berlin are request ed to meet at the School House, near Wm. Dew ey's, on Saturday, August Mill, ;l o'clock P M., to nominate a candidate for Town Iteprrsrnta tive and tranWSt any other busmes thought proper. Per order of Town Committee Berlin, August Stith, la'tl. THE RETURNS. We earnestly request our friends to send in returns of the election at the earliest moment. Arrangements are made to telegraph the returns to the cities, lteiiieuiber. friends, that the re ults of the elecliuti are regarded with inter, t far and wide. Destructive Fire. We learn by telegraph that a large put of the business rtionof Concord N. II., wm de stroyed by fire on Mund.iy night. The fire umii menced in Abbott's paint-shop in rear of Stuk nev's block, oppoeit" tlio State House; and all the buildings on the North side of v. am Strei t, extending from Ijow's block to Stickney's wood en block, was entirely destroyed togi ther with all the buildings in the rear to the Bailroad tra it. Loss from KXi.OOO to $150,000. J. K. ltd. ni ton, a colored man, has been arrewteil on the charge of setting this destructive fire. From the hour Taylor's inaugural was prninul- a' : I, 1 1 t 1 in i 'i, iVii'v nif.'l t.'i v i ' the W higs and Democrats, ceased te be matters 'of control ert-y, and those parties, though keep 1 ing up serate orgsiiizutioiis, have ever since , been becoinintr one in tied, one in ohject. and. I whenever com n; in contact with Free Stuh rs or Free Deiuoi r.it, one in action, cordiaili a gr. eing l"' 'ii.-r in making ar gint Ihe l it i t'T, i' ml exh.l) t ug no other jealouly oi i n ,'i otoer than Ui.it which arises from their rival ,-it-, f "iipls to out-do each other in thur nupjnirt of ' the t'oruprijiiiii-i'. nnd blind suhmnrfiioii to nil th" j requirements of their soutlierr. master. Fi't I man. I For th-i truth of this assertion look at the tu k ' els in the Green Mountain Freeman f-r N ash , ington, aleduma and Orleans Counties, n which are names supported by both the coali tionists and eld hue locofocos. F ,r thn 'Y t-tiifiii, ludh.itn lout 'it. Dear Sir I am aii'lu.-ized by th; lr"i."nn of ibe Centra) sud Itutlami Rail toad to an nounce to all those who intend visiting the Sine Fair at M iodic bury on the lliih and Mm ot ' Sejit that they wdl be c trnetl for fair one letiy land their Ctii'.s free. It is hoped tint our Ar. ' cultural friend.- on this side of the mountain n J avail tlK'inselvi's of the opportunity of viai'iug our firnt Stale Fair, and exhibit the choicest spe ! cm it'll of their Cattle an 1 Horses thereby t n- couragiiig lite hfirse, sheep, and cattle men nt 1 Addiaon and Kotlind i oun'iesto come to the Second State Fair on tin Hide III IH.VJ. (iriitt . p-eparalioii are iiutliiij; tor this grand !:;: iv ' an I the in in iji'i ar" coiiiiileiuly expect otg tr u ten to Iii''". mi tn "iiu l people present. II m. I) tmel Well.' r. I! "i. W.ni. and M irtin 'au Buren have givmi ss-t jraie " of attending J' III .N UBLlaDilY. I Northfit Id, Ai.gust V.'j. le.'tl. Free Trade Fallacy. We coio.o' ul to our rcrders the fol'owing evtr.'C f.-"in nu irte' in th' ug"it nu'nher of th"' Ploun lh" Loom unl i'i Anvil." in reply to tree trade tirade ul the Philadelphia Public Ledger : he fre trader of to day is content that (loverununt h is much to w ,te, and it is n liff cri'Ut to hi. n whether tile llitwli ol the pei'ele iucreae or tlei tease under the prian nl v?t. .n. I o prove to h.m now tint the people continue less clotlt and far hwa iron than tltey did four years since, nlwitht tndieg the vast growth of imputation, la n wiutte of wortls He point , triumph uuiy to the revenue, and so did he do in , INftr, witeii the uation hid just urrivd at the brink of tho precipice, us soon was proved. He is opposed to any interference of government fur the protection of the farmer, in ins effort to dr.aw to hut side the spindle and the loom, tht ! htin'nr and the anvil ; yet doe heejoit that ..- ;f iiu,i--iii tnii , uiirL n inre uuiouut ui taxes, to be eiuployed in supporting steamships, in thetr competition with the cheap labor and cheip capital of Kurope, and fleets of covern- j ment vessel iu looking after the ship, and uu , nutters resident, and ministers plenipotentiary, ' in scrutinizing the operi-tioit of oilier countries, 1 Hi the hope to find more employment for chip and thus n he ever the advocate of governuient j al interference in ono direction, while denounc ing it ui another ; compounding " ltr it f h u incline lo, llj UaniBias tbu.n S hm u uucul In." The pistoii that tlrivos the steamship must bo protected, but it is held to be contrary to bound Kilicy to protect the one which drive the cotton null. What, however, are the facts in regard to thu revenue? Does not this writer know well, that since the passage of the bill of ' Iti, wo have con tracted a foreign debt of ut least a hundred nnl liun, making, with that contracted under the omproouse, not less than three hundred millions' Does ho not know that the amount of interest now payable abroad requires almost eighteen million of dollars per annum ? Docs lie not know that each and every day increases tho a mounl of bonds and stocks held in Liiropc, and in a rur(uponduig degree tho sum required to discharge the luterest ? Does ho not know tint we ha I i ItSJfi un equal amount of revenue, and that the laudation of freo trade was then the simoon ihiw f It gave us surplus revenue, and doing su, it was then, ns now, held lo be perfect Iv clear tint protection was a 'fallacy," und yet docH he not know that iu a few short years tho government was on its knees to the brokers and shavers of Kurope, soliciting a loan, and meet ing every where tvith repulse? Docs he not know that such is the uiuviublo tendency of things at the present moment? Does lie not see that enormous imiortation and largo revenues must inevitably be followed, as wero those of Iti Iti, by si. nil importation and smalt revenues, when the government will again bo in tho mark et as a borrower? IKtes ho not know that It was tint protectivo tariff of le'.'e', and tho large and consbintly growing revenue which it gave, that annihilated the public debt in ISII Doe he not know that it was the constantly diminishing revenue under ihect lprouuse, that built un tho debt which existed in le Pi ? Doe ho not know that tho rapid growth of revenue under tho tariff of I8PJ, enabled us at onco to cease borrowing and commence the payment of tho debt? Does ho not know, and see, and feel, that tho present revenue is duo to a credit, destroyed by lie tow promise, was reconstructed under the tariff of '4'J, and that tends now to disappear with every in crease of debt, precisely a would bo the case with an individual? If 'lie docs not know thee things, ave would recommend him to study anew the facta in relation to the public revenue and the public debt, beforo ho shall again undertake lo write of either." Q7"The Troy Whig say there are probably not less than 5000 per ms engaged ill making .huts and collai in that city.