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eleven calves entirely an sMm milk, worth $ti 00 npi Mr. John OI1son, from three cows, made In 1851. (Mi) pound-, or 210 per cow. Many other .Scotch produce from 1 SO to 200 poamls n.'f cow. The Scotch dairy women lire very pirticttlar and nice in their oprrntions ''0L ily not sufl'tr the milk toaonr before taking nil the cumin uosiiiity ttanna irom .m to io nonra, acrordlnflfco the state of the weather. After th: tim, they Ray o eon of ' rarity ntioncr" riaes, which make? the butter rma y and tough Tin cream i chtirnetl nt a temperature of ii1 r the tliemmeterchnrn betnir uvd. 'I he hut- er is considered beat when the procaaa ofrhurii-, injr is continued one hour. When rhnrned ton . rapidly, it m apt to be snlreif. After the but termilk is drawn off, it n thoroughly sashed in rold water, in summer ice water is used,) eon Bti'.itly drawing it off, till it become porfectly rlc ir.'and every particle of butt- r.i.ilk is aeparat cd. It i then taken out and sailed, with one ' ce to a pound of butter ; th e or six ten-spoons fill of Uf enggar are added to every 30 pounds. It ii packed very aohd, in .V) pound tuba, room beng left on top in each tub, to spread One unit, on thin cotton or linen cloth. Afterwards a pure brine i put on sufficient to cover the butter, and it H getaway in a dry, cool cellar. Tho loss the butter ia handled the nicer it will be. The Hcotch dmrv cows are of the native br ed, improved By selecting the very "in iX SaMSltS fXy ale" .trOTl'w ' tin aipj, carroU, and a little ot menl, nnd are iu turned to grnsa until a lull lute ia anorucu. T lis pasture! all over Caledonia Ounty aro cov ered with luxuriant growth ot white clover, it pi ms to be the object of the Scotch dairymen to gti'n the greatest possible profits from their ii rsj andlhte accomplished hv keeping well. ' 0. is the first Ihing requisite," anid an old St itchman ' Keep pour roir mil. and they'll i-Se amenui tor it. J tie ymikoc isnneni in th vicinity, are siiecessfiilr- competing wi'Ii th 'ir Scotch neighbors. Wlnrtrr pmlits tue rerned,thy are sure to get a lull share of! fi 'm. Tho town of llardwick umually prodoees i , " ... , , , ,i In ween eightv and one hundred tons ot but- !,. " ' llliss N, Davis Iq., of Dniivi'le. whoso farm 11 n Ilardwick, sold from Uiuws MX) pun nils ,4 butter -W00 fur i cents, and !N0 for '& , c its per pound. Resides this, he supplle1 a Injr family. His accuniplisoed daugl.tor .1.- I e vvs all prniso, for the sncce-s which aiteinled I. t efforts Inst summer, m tins department, nnd 1 l-r ex.it.ple M worthy of iniilMl ion hy all the iU igbtera of tho land, looiumn now-ii-dun , .. mder it beneath their dignity,' to ttike hold 1 manage 'the da irv. They n-ipiro to higher i li iors Ft is a sutHk-ietit rcronimendation lor 1 in m u Know 11 hv In siiil' inn niipiy me unno , "ii nimbly, t.ilk French, and po-es.s n tifste lor tti fashion nble literature of the tiny. Rut the idea of ohtninintrn prsclicnlknowledge ol'housn Imld busiuosH, or knowing how to make butter nnd cheese, is prejtojterous. 1 am wandering fmm mv uiihi,.t , ImMwinr it itt niiitn retVt.iali. ic-T to And an occnslonnl mstance. where t,r d itighler phces a practical urimnintancc with m aters of the dsiry, on the list of her nccum- 1 1 dimwits W. A. W. The Grasshopper Scourge. -We hive recently 1 ii .vert.od iii vnrioui directions the t-'iiiity ol I ''i.i-( tn que, which, w m!i h ciK.d purt of the' interior , ilrooth during June and July. Clmtnintic is a i,1 ring coilniy. and rapidly beconiuiir nn exton ti'. pioifueer of butter and cheiwo. Ninc-teiitli., ol 'he soil cleared of the prnnntne forests is wi re i ly laid dow n to grass nnd dotted by fine herds i f cattle. The hay crop was fair, though nhiiit- ii d hy heat and drouth, but it waa nearly secur I" l ire the grasshoppers began to devour all bo ti'io theiu. They took hold of the wheat before it ripened', (rimmed it of its lenvrs, and lopped si i.ie of the heeds, hut there wns probably sonie tuu-thirds of a crop, nevertheless The pastil r i i ind iiiuadoHS thoy have since so thorough Ii stripped that they thow scarcely a speck of gimn, nnd many cattlo nro all but famishing for fii" I. The dairy product will he greatly dunin-i-d.ed in consequence.. The oats were next at tn ked, nnd haio been nearly annihilated Olio m 'ul who sowed forty bushels will not harvest Mr inty ; even tho straw is near'y shorn of leaves tm.l often eaten thioiioh. 'I lia oatliiwl auwn w tu iivW(3y twiali aint ilty wiian tlie tiopi,erH tf,;nii to rave in eatnout, nnfl for that reason ti .ve mniu y escaped. l-c unjoyed a tike in- ttoll8 but Uiu chapel of Henry VII, w hich niiimty, while beans nre devoured almost to the , , . ... , . , , r- t Wo how acres that Would not yield a peck. 1 18 nn tt,ld't,0,, 10 iim ""S1""1 bl"'1'''K. .- ol Turnips will bo nowhere. One friend has hjw- "pecimens of architecture in ex Hience. rd an ncr'e and n half twice, uml not one plum ' Its walls, turret nnd roof are all of stone finely w-i, allowed to forma second h tf. Cabbagi-s, carVM, anJ as een frmil ,he pavement roseu.b- nn I indeed, garden vegetables gent rally, nre , . , ., , t , , lktiw.se siin.hilntr.il and when wo left on 1 ' W ""t the equal of which 1 do nol know 'I uesday the Indian corn was being charged most I "i an) modern btiilJing. In tho centre of the ru.hlc.ialy. Acres together h:ie but P snipped ch ipd is his tomb, with a lull length slntii ol of their la-sr-I-. then of their nlk, and fm.l.y ,.r resting upon it, und c.riotinJcd hv a . .en ihmugh and through the grow mi! i ,irs. - o , . tlo.t not one-third of a ciop cm, he expected. , U""uti fal"" -v't" wommuiwhip. I lie lit avy and cold rains may stay the plague, but , canons nses to which the Abbey is appiopi i it. d tu crop is nearly ruined, and th. re will hen give it an additional interest. There, iloilv are g, -at deficemy t.t grain llirtHighont the em nty 0irt,ri;U to the M,t ,,,,,,, ,,1)orH ,, ..; ,,, ii" there is nlren ly of fre.l. Hull the grow in" , , , , ' , ft. ck must he sold oil; from cheer nubility to 8""SH l'rl,lw'- IJl'"e;,til 1,3 biillow.d nrch . I ip it, though I le count) is none too well sup. j lor more than seven bundled years nil the Kings pled. I'uii.loes have bet n liiinmed up hoiue- and Quei ns of Kngluud have been ctowned, and. whau but they ar-not eem.ally injured. Kvon ! UIlll n llhm Uie ,,, JU, be Hi.' elders and other shrubs i.ini weeds in the , , , . , r . ids aro stripped to the bark and often below it. ; buncl lhore- A"""1?1 ll,u monuineiits erected The ravage is in good part confined to the up-1 lo ,ll"ir memory, thou.-; to JCdwnrd the Confessor, ' luedi; the deep valleys of the ktreams are near- Queen Kliiabein und Mary are tho most con ly free from it ; so is die lake shore. Still tho ! S(C1WM. Tue nour emirey ol tolIlb hUtnvH wri in tint county alone must amount lo hun-1 , . , , . . dreds of thousands, while Erie county la., and U,J be11' Umj"1 "f "e the ,"l,e" 01 ,na".v of f.i no others ar.e equally scourged, tin, wo nn-1 Kuglaou's most remarkable men, while tho walls il. retand, are Jcfti'iauii, lewis, and p Thaps mniu nre covered with monuments of marble. In the .".er counties at the north.-. V. Y. Tribune, , ,.oel8. curller are UMay faiIlllwr ,,,., . SUlk. ! Vermont h is received a touch uf this scuurgo. , MH,,tr yllilon tify,lL.n i.jpe ttm UMny ,)lt.r!!) ... , . ., , . , occupy conspicuous niches, w hile to Statesmen, SiiiL'Uler 'roiiAesj'.Vomn one has unearthed ,. ,, .. .' , . ' , , t fi.im O'Meara's Voice from St. Helena," the'1'10 1 1,1 a,ui otUu country has erected mon-1 fi'lowiiig reitmrkable prophecy said to havu been ' uinents worthy of the men and place. St. Paul's , ufered by Napoleon in regurd to Russia and is iho usual burial place of military and mvul Tirkcy. Taken in conjunction with the recent i lH.ri)l,s. q-llllUa u Ulum blllldlll eomfmn.a , . lent it is sufficienlly curious : i ... A1, . 1 In the course of a few years," said Napole- w"" U Abbey, and in e.Uerual ap- ( n, " Russia will have ConaliiiUnuple, the great-1 pcuriuue is more coinnianding. There are en en part ol Turkey, and all Greece. 'I his 1 hold , tombed Wellington, fWlaon, Howe and uianv ' to be as certi.li, a. if it had already taken place. ; otJ.ers- 'l'he interior being surrounded w iti. Aluiuot all the cbj.iliiig aud Mattery which A e.- . . , ,.,.der practiced tow.rus mo wa. U, gam mv con-1 cort,y 'uuu'ent "'- Government to . nt to effect this object. I would not content, , die memory ot those who have honorably trv- ( m emg that tlie equilibrium of liuropo would bo ed their country, giving to tho building more tho destroyed. In thu natural course ol things Tur- appearance of a temple dedicated to the Cod of U' must fall to Russia. I he greater iw it of i , ., , her population are Creeks, who you may Jay are " " l" ,1,e fel'f'" uf 1 oucu tJ"B,,t 1,1 ltussmiui. The powers it would injure, and who I "'"ript'iro. The practice of burying within their tould opso il, nre Kngluud, France, I'rusma 1 ehurcl.uo and covering the ivulls and doors with and Austria. Now, a. U. Austria, it will be .- v.,Ulb kUnus, produces a Strang,. settssHo,, .. , y for Russia to engage her assisttuce, bv giv- . ., , , , 1 lllg her hervU and other prouncesborder,.',r-,.p ! L'"U,r" ll,B l,u'1Jin- "rt impulse is to, on thu Austrian dominions, reaching near to vuid treading uiou the monumental .-labs, but Constantinople. The only hypothesis, that France one soon perceives that the whole tloor is noth-1 ana r.nyisna may ue allien win. sincerity, w ill be to present this. - Hut even this alliauce would l.ot avail ; France, Rnglnnd and Prussia cannot I revetit it. Russia audAiutria can at any time IHCfll it. Habitual Drunkard, dtcland Umaiic-X case irts dcoided nt Princetun.n Friday, which comes within tho provisions of a law 9ed nt tho last session of the New Jersc) legisUture. The Chancellor issued a cooimission to three I getitlcmon, who proceeded to try beture a jury I uu inquisition into the liabilual drunkenness ol ' Charles Skillmau, and hie niciaciiy to uke n.ie j of his projierty '1 he jury gave a tord.ct that 'guardian over him. lie is divestud of all con S..J..W., a u.f wj.p,SM-..v,, .inn. auiHI a uol of bis property, which will bu restored on his reformation. All liquor sellers, under n ien ally, am forbidden to soli to him, and legally he is to bo treated as a lunatic. Lljuor Seizures in Utl Midd (bury, On tho 'JUl nut, the Sheriff on a warrant from Justice Tuppor, made a seizure uf liquor on the preuus eol'K.S. I'ierwn, at l ast Middlehury, and another at I), litdwell's in the wnne il.agu. A trial was had on tho tUth. The ury was un able to agri'u. The case of 1'ki.ou was adjourn ed until Die I7l!i of August, and that of liiditoll until the 15th. J. U'. Hluwart. Stale's Attorncv for tl... n,., fCUtion. J.jfi. HCfilwiOi and J.' 1'iout lor the defence. lttgultr, Ulatcljmnn & State Journal. i:. i tvti.Tox, Jit., uniToir. nuirxilay, sept. S, tHAil. LETTERS FROM EUROPE. No. XIX. l.u.iDn.t, Aug. 1, 185!). Mr Df.ar Sir, Iondon is n great rity in point nf extent, population, wealth and corn inerce, and h.n been too often described to make it adriaablc for mc to ontor into any minute par- ticularf, still when viewed in detail, there ia no thing very remarkable about it, more than many oilier cities. Moat of the building", nre old and dingy, and tiro very few in proportion uf modern date only mako the contrast tnoro striking. There is no street in London equal to broadway, N. V'., in point of extent arid beauty of buildings. At the " West Kttd," it is true, there nre many inag nificent residences belonging to the nobility, but those nre detached and tend to break in up on any thine; like nn uniformity of style. There are also ninny expensive private resiliences in i t neighborhood, forming terracea and ehort " T" T JT'T but I aaw nothing aurpaseing the splendid dwcl- jlingi on aoine ot toe "np town avenues ol in. V. It seems a matter of prido with tho nobili ty to have their town residences appear old and dingy ; it corresponds nilh the long line of an cosfirs who have inhabited the (tamo places. The Duke of PWhunfibefland' I'alace, and eien St. James itself, is fo dingy to oinke a re- specraoie appearance uinongsi wio irnn iiou-e t m any business street, in America. The city .,ro,,or j, VPr., compactly built .without any open 1 ,. . ,, ' . snuires ol account. I he largest 1 tan was the , 1 S nitlili. l I Murket or common, celebnted n the ; pKce v. hero John Rogers ami many others were ln,rm at the stake by zealoiM bigoK It H now k fl h , d 8h for , , , 1 1 . anA '" misoner and disgrace to the city, nnd the wonder is, tlist the citj authorities guolllj tliuia long hove tolerated the practice ot , , , , , J ,IB"rt ol the city lor a tn.irket place. As the; citj gradunlly xjiread out beyond its ancient Inn-, i(a utid absorbed the neighboring towns nnd il-1 lages, largo tracts were set npirt for public ue. ' event's I'ark and Hyde I'urk contain each a ' boot four hundred ncres, beautifully divi rsitieil ' with wood, water end lawn. Green nnd St. James' l'nrks, though smaller, nre equally beau t't"', d they are nil kept in most excellei, or- der. Tlicsu are all at the West Knd, mid seem designed for tlio anstociacy ulonu. I ho mm, (KI kt,tpi QWn ,.rrl;lgei or w,!:,, t,, n " f"iiiea (or a drive in a " gl.un eo icii," m i en Lt tli. i.i leit tlio poor innii in ' Ii ovn In" '! ciiniiBO," im.t keen the hi..,, v i . The n itnr- nl consequence is. that th" luoimg ci.-rn ol ill" community are soldo ,i , ( n llcre, ami lot the want of convenient iioh of i.vre ition, I fear leo often resort to the grogshop. Ammg the laboring cl.1s.1es there i.s hut little pinle ot appenrnnce. th"ir couiiteiiances aio cure worn' and their clothes often ragged, foriiiinj; u strik ing contnist to the same clussi s in l'uris. There nro many nitercbtiiig places in London with which every render ol the Knglish language, must be more or less familinr, hut VV'estnunter Abbey stnnds prceir.ineiit nmongst them all. Seeing (hat building wns the realization of ull my anticipations of its venerable appearance. Its mossy and weather beaten exterior, and its high vaulted arches w ithin, mouldering and enno bling by the hand pf tunc, ull proclaim its auti-, uivy a(Hl Ull thai mlbu qCllltt buhatdur with nwa. ITliu whole liuildiiig is of beautifully carved lug but tombstone, and he must step upon them! or retire from the budding. The now Parliament building is in the most florid of the Uotbic style, I and in Its turrets, carvings and bas-reliefs is un ' Attfimi.t 1 ll... .,p .. ..C .1... ' 1 ' ' . ' ""lo,t "'ur- 1 l8C"1" ccnl,,r)'- 1 "c Ull"J"'.' uut f.CO feet length and of an unequal width of from two . Irt throo hundred feet The interior, like too t many of our public buildings, ,s cut up into a; . , , ' t'rt,,t "l""ber ol B"'a" roo"", ,t,e l't''ons "eeuung to occupy the most of the space. 'I he committee and refreshment rooms ore well a-1 or Commons is large onough to furnish seats for all its members, and thu uccomiuodatiou for SKjctalur is extremely limited, and admission to that, is only obtained by u special ticket. In the In nsacliuus uf business they are in iduls fur all otlier legislative bodies. J hero is no talking for Duncoiub there. They confine their nwecb.-s entirely to the subject under consideration, and thus are enabled to accomplish much business in a short tuiu. The few speeches I heard were charactinzed by brevity and great courttsy to wards other members, nnj mj muc), ,ill)rc 0p (he characteristic of faui.n ir cgnvcrsition bc- tw. - en individuals, than -et .peethes. Tlio Thames tj a muddy troain of about fif ty rods in width, spaned by numerous bridges, both of iron and stone. Shipping comes up to the London Ilridge, which ts near tho centre of tho city proper, below that on cither sido ore largo docks, sufficient to acfommoAtto most of the shipping in port. Numerous small steamers ply constantly up nnd down the river under the bridges, for the conveyance of passenger, bet they are email dirty concern', without any lection fur pajeengcrs ngaint rain r sun, ex cept n small hole below, w Inch is not high Tt otigh to stand up in. nnd is not entitled to be called n cnbiti. Tho Railroads commencing in the i ity nro works of immense magnitude and form n peculiar feature. The station of the fouth Western is near the Waterloo Ilridge, I ,r it.,. i3 i wnence mo ronu pass, a on ura., u.,..s. ,-,.- cs over thickly poimlaled imrtions of the city for three miles, at on average elevation of the third stories of tho dwellings, by which means nil tho ordinary avocations in tho city nro ear ned on without Interruption, while tho cars nro passing over tho lionds of the crowd below. Several other roads pass f 'r long distances over the city, but no one I believe of equal length. As I pnsscd through the streets I often stopped to look at those monsters m the shape of cart and suitably reward every industrial energy ol horses. They form a d.st.nct race, holding al- a "ttnau to competitors. (Jroat care , . , . has been bestowtd in tho seh etion of disuiter- mosjt a middle station betneontheordinary horse I Mtt( nd com ,,,nt Cl)inlittee of Award. nnd an elephant. I inquired of many ol the il0 penoral sup rintendencc of the Grounds drivers ns io the weight of these horses, and j has been coinjnitt" d io Mr. I.ymnn l. White, found that seventeen or eighteen hundred was a ' hM care arfcles for uxliibition may be di . , e . , rected : but it la expected tliat hxhlbitorrt will common weight, while many of the larger ones Lkc charge oftlein befre Eutrr (lt l!)e cnc. weighed two thousand pounds. Three or four sure, tous seemed but an ordinary load for two horses. The department of manufactures is, as last In Ixmdon and l'nr.s, and indeed evcrv where I ear- the mkiiagctncnt of .Mr. John Howe, ' . , , Jr., ot Drandoii. on the toiitment, they nre ro oving the old I Oemleinen ho ha been nppointe l on Com stonp piuouicuts frou the principal streets nnd I niittees ol award uml who ill not be able to act, M'Adammng them That is a great saving to I are th-Mrcd to communicate with the undersign- the wear of carriages, and is certainly n d ciil-1 t1',!'' ''ielr e.irlio-t coinenn nce. , . ,. .. . ,i I he cutiimitUes are inv itcd to report lliein- ed improvement in the comfort of riding. PCves at the Secretary's ollice immediately on prevents much of the noise, nnd when kept we.l their arrival. watered nre very pleasant. Iliuiness of nil hint's ' 'I he plow ing mitrh w ,11 tak" place, on the ppears to he in a prosperous condition, if 1 y u tU" '!""' "l,U "'d"ck-,T,llL" r , , . , , I Hrrsiigeinen ol the ( xpohition, in dot.nl will be judge from the freqm lit sliike anionght ll.e pub!Hied hereafter. woikmeii. When employ litem is difficult tu lie It is deeuie.l -sp ei-illy ik-iriMe that n full obtained there me no strikes, and it is only win o 1 representation of the Iudiiflri.il lot -rois ol i e- buMiies, ,s hn.k and the deiii-md urgent for In-' r.UV?,u7 ,T 1,1 sU,'"kl , Xlii' hculthv fti.i.tilu I the two ln-t exhibitions hor thnl a strike can be made with any prospect (M bevn ,L;1K,V ttslt ln , lcro ,,..,) ,(, ol obtaining tho increase of wages demanded. , ml quality of pio lu( lion, and in lingo acces- I here is hardly n distinct cluss of labor in wliicn tlieii: had not been within the 1 i-t cur a uiii'td i Hint amongst the workui n for r.n in. i ease ol i. iijes, and 111 mo.-t ca-'s tluv ha.e ubtilind their object. 1'iios. ,k, s ;m ihy only nlf'd n company or a few i i.l.i.uu il-, nnd the publ,. it large tal c no I'ltenst in tin ni, c.m-elerin , them nn n Iv a-, a ipe ti m ol do.l.ns ,mj ieni-. l twt mi lie' uipltiiec . nd 'us win Mueii. l,ut a rihe to, k i,Ct! 'icre I Ift Week, wIl.C , C(.lll I, lui a tun almo-t to s',1,1 luMin ition in the en . in t-!i"rt .,11 lln ( uii.tL; .iiid i w iiK'U ,:i t'ie ci t'ni '.. lor k.lii r fin- 1' i tin., ihjs n.il . iilil c t ,h v i-t v,-fn in , h, uml i. t i( .1 I lte t! -( ointi.lt, it l 1 ,, e-,ieo l ' hy It tit tr i i ,!iu t ominiimt) . Ill rii'rovl ti.tius tu ru i d -it the r-tuti ins it u -ti tl v. ith I'letr lo idn ol iiis'iym inn! haggige but ther" w us no moans of t .irrwnr tliem to IIkii ditfercnt tloiniciU. ll.ilitl cuts uml wheelb uio s were in great r" ipuitiotl, nnd as 1'ariiaiiient had placed no re (trictions on tin ir eli'irnes, their o ucrs reapt 1 n ruh h.irif-t !lr. a few dnvf. 'I he ca! lieu took oil'.-nee U I'nrl nut for nduciug their ll.r" fioni eight to si pen e lor u time within n mile, anil bv wny of ;i reiort on the lirst stormy night tnereifter, when I'ail.nme.it ndjouimd near midnight, not a c ib w .is to be found, und the Hon. M. 1"h wcie coi.ipeiled to trudge homo mlheia.il. After a rest ,,t three days the cab- uon nly m,.rm.l llsur iliindt'tnil tnlnn. . . . r . ,, ....... ...., ,.. ... ...c ...vc I to... ngreen l ri consider their case. Wen- it not f..r the t n iron ai-, n itiou il ih'ht w h.ch retpnre.s tli,.t t e i) th in should be t X' .I In .iwly to p ij tie m tt rt -! I i.g'ni.it wn.ilil lea uy i . oilnmicnl pi... ol I . .1 , l!niit' is F ir tii-l in I II : , tl t , W. t lie pf'ltwl, in, l.lM'tl ll.S e, clU. -hillings, lor t nr., r, Mil i, nets v . much ti il . .it -i.-t i pit) sail t t itt -'J obacco it " -otil.ii on tr:n es .u.t' .rot,-1. i 1 Inll. .Hull. 11, tilt' I., p ml the g t ei i t hilling's t.tr . r. '. mg t -r ii ear DM' I,' to sij-ium government dt i mg tlf fare, the t , pound for luense an I -" hicii still leaves a t i hr.i ii ) e.ir on olio cab, Ti, i 1,-t ll Ct . .1 l lilt I ', , i - ii - I ... i V - ' .loll. i - p.. i tin I it" -i t i lit - w f IC(l,l .1 t't 1 lie V I II -fl'IiUl-. t, A i , ,t il ir th i ii ii m j t!,., O'l eh Midi 1 1 lilt u cub fares cro cheaper in l.ouii. u than .New oik. K. Funeral of Gov. Puinc. Futurul services were performed ai Nortlitiei.l on I hureduy lust, by Rev. I)r Canuett of lio.- ton, aided by Rev. Dr. Wheeler of Ihirltngtou, .... I . i..- cv ..p ii , uuu ... .ioc, U1 ..riu.,e,... , ne niimD -r in attendance was very large, g ith. rt d lioiu v i- nous pans of the t-1 ite. 'I he discourse by l'r. Caonett wn., an able andclomieut perforuiau. u . , ,, , , 1 1 und admirably adapted to t o.ciis.on-inculc i- ting the duly of ull intm to be u.stlul, looking not merely to ihur own, hut also to the things of other-. We hope that Dr. (i. will give thatd.s- coursu tu the public. The ser ices -the a- .icinl !y--the bu.ial on a calm bright summer's d.v, in the pathway to the church which the d - ii.ii. i , , , ... ceased had bu.lt.nnd surrounded by shrubbcy and (lowers that he hid sown aud the liu.l lunercal chant, eiprcasue ol the ttlfectiun of the people amoiig whum and for whom ho had lived: ull this w as lit all tin- w as solemn and sad,--but it was all beautiful. Mournful and sad. .is such scene always u, it wtw uWo richly sur- gestue of pleasant und coiiisolatory reinein- brances. Lilhographio Viow of the Ver mont State Fair Groimrln. M- li.,i, ,i. - . i i . ,. Mr. Hunter, the .nat, ha. drawn a truthful and benutifid new of the Slate Fair Uiouiids at Monlpelier a gum uf a picture, tlie subject and the landscape presenting Vi:hmot the Queen , ,. .... . of Agriculture more truthfully and beautifully j than it has ever been dono before. The sketch! embraio tho irroiinds. the Raco Cnnrs.. i'i,t ! Hall and all the other spacious buddings and yards, and also enough of the surroundings to in dicate unerringly a Vermont scene. It has been appruved by thu Couimittte of Arrangements, end is now in the bauds of Mr. Iluiford of llos ton, a Lithographer of high reputation. Mr. II. .. . .. - v will be unable to obtain a sutlicieut number of copies to supply the demand at tho Fair. Ho will therelore receive subsci iptions and supply plates us fust ns furnished from the lithographer's press. (X?"The author of the interesting Letters from Kuropo, with which our readers have of late been fovored, has returned in excellent health and spirits. In ourieajlers' names and our own, we thank hun heartily for his favors. ,'iu,1drertiseuuuts. lots of them, ai.d some we liavo been forced to defer. Hximine. Stuto Fair at Montpclicr. Tho Kxhibltion of the Vermont Aericulttiral society, ns heretofore announced, will be opened on tho Kith of September noxt, and remain open three days Through thli enlightened policy ot mo nan Iload companies throughout the Mute, and tho liberality of the ntiieiu of Montpulicr, the Hoard nfMannpemont nro enabled io offer ve ry superior inducements to Inhibitors to bring forward all articles of 1'roduction, whether agri cultural, mechanical or of thu liberal arts. The expenso and trouble of transportation ate almost wliolly avoided, under nn nrrango inent hy which nrticles aro csrried to and from MontpoliorwnhotiLesst to the inhibitor and without cli.iiiftpof ears. Tlie oroorids tiro extensively laid out nnd fit- !. . B"-ui cure u in " Exhibition. A fine Course, commanded by Inrge I L . . - 1 1 1 1 . . .. t - ,.t t U .. Bll,,riPB u)r gpectators. to exhibit thu speed nnd oction of horses : convenient nnd covered stalls for horsea, nnd sheltered stands for cnttle: cov ered pens for sheep: abundanco of water upon tho grounds, and feed of all sorts for nniuiols : spacious nnd wull protected Halls for nil varie ties of manufactured articles s and carefully bo le:ted grounds for the Plowing Mntch have been provided and plncedjat the disposal ol the Soci ety, for tho iiso of Inhibitors. A p-enuuin list ol moie tlian IlaUll prepared ny . the I'roaident, and admirably adapted to call out tons to in i I, ' ,i 1 m .- 1 1 , ', i n ', uU of prolixity in Hie tit: ml tins in. ream d activity is to he kt ,'t up, i nh h) ! i (It tp"r'.uii,ti s fur ( 'ii!i,tio!i ai; I ,.ip i ? i The (, i-ersl t'eini iito r n lit from tin-Cup II ll, IMltl .ill e e it u i e t i th ' inter. ts ol the Mit", an i'irtu 'i' irr. luuc'l h it tint the pi cuclioii? et t!i",r re l.i.itV reprcsi lit d. u' t 1 i ii in i. ;,tii,r,i(H.,. me 1 nr. l) ti t' r o! the lldrd. .). A. In i k i i il, I 'or. S, c. M,i i'. tmri, A ig. j'.l. l-."..f. Vrermoat State Teachers' Aoso ciuticn. . Ull II AVM II M ..st. Tllillll. August -I. IH.VI. The Associaliuli U-Miublt d, urMiaul to the ( .ii of tlie I .(.o ,tie Lommit'ce, ut Rutland, the r.cM.l.mt Wiev. . Mm uh, 11. 1)., in thu cli ir. I'l.ner w,is oH'eitil nv i!euond Dr. Ai ken. The reco:ds of the 1 i-t anmi .1 meeting w ere 10.10. On in 'lion, Rev. Dr. Il.cks, Rev. Dr. Aiken, and J. S. Spmildiug, ere appointed a business Couiintttee. to ,1,,-Lj 1 v: ,i.t,,,,r i it '..ti... were appointed a LiimituJ"lo nominate oth- cers for theye.ir enniing. 'J'he Assot i ition then Iisli ned to nn address J"'" r. Smith, 1'iesidciit of thu Associa- Jjtcnwon Session - I he lius.uesn Coiimnttee u)ade a report, lixmg the l.uurs foi c:iiiiieucmg '"'join mug, which was inloptcd. , 1 Ass,f-'-''lo'' UlMivd to at. AdUrosa "en. O. Of uivViiiicipal ol rhetford Ac.i- (l,.,y. Subject - .l, rtS tUu ationil Influ nice' The ttjc ot 'lie lucnire was discus-, .! liy .!esr- II .wan . A! k. A if, iiutitiu in ri t i. nee and others. o l..'is!niie action mi lie .-ub)et t ot poif iIlK e,!. , 11'! nit I il, lk. II, link-. I T.ti ' r, ( Inn-lie ,n , t 1 1 Ii it ' tee cells in , i irm-'iee. uit'l '.. K. I' -'l r ill ''g . it (iii -."it u is 1,1 i u,,, ,j e ii i ou-'y ititiodn. '. Ti, A '1-tn Liiitni . I'. I " en t t St! Ih a Mat. , on,, ( , in, s .(. - M., ll ell W ,s (' ill' ll to I'uor as off. p tl All. I the in mutes . i ol, .i n.l nppiovctl, i it'ctt d on the ' !l ' I ."t.ltlltti'e tin i i it I 'iir oth Ts be ii 'I tin lion, the toll,,,' ad I tl to tlie coni'iiui , Ailei , and Rt v. X. I, Dr. Aiken lntroduci a) e.iiicuiiou was nitro- t -Mission hv t i s-rs . I' .,'1,'bor.i, l.ee, All's, t'lers, i ,(s relet i il to i i lin. A Walker, I'. L. b' I tl. i t,ft Ittttii ,c th 1 h - ll--,,,! ,, .ljl d'.e-, 1 hv IU" 1 on tli sii!'j i ,,"." 'I ol t . . oi. T'iio I--,, i- ' . I", l, I'l.',,,!,.,,!. . Ii. i. (' T:ii. tr. ! t'i plCeiiui (hy were l ' ahsi'iii e ol the I. ctur - ion. 11 I,. I Irio-bv Irom 'I'.'.e lo Mo, i r. ipie.ste.r . il to tint Chili utlee, ana ij ii lined g. nt ii 'ii n u ere ', Rev. Mis. Sui.tli,.)!! .lion. I the follow ing resolution, wh.eh utter iltscussi I, , Messrs Lee. Hush. Oi.H-by und others, , udopted : It mtetd, 'l'hat Hi" Presidents of Colleges .,..1 111..I. Vll.., l . . : ... Ti ..it ...jj.. ,v.i".j,s (I .luaueuiies, lu llio State, be requested to forward to the t orrespon- ding yecreiary of lh- Association, on or befoie 'be first of August olcich yeur, a statement of !'!" ,u,!l u'".u''t of apparatus, hbrarits, and iinytuiiig elsu ol interest relatiin' to their institutions ; n,l that the Secretary bo ."cque-ited to embody their stntt'iiieuts in u ro- Prt before the Associ it on ut iU annual meet- Vanglorn intrnl Kri moWMg reg0. lulion : ItttutitU, That a thorough classification of m'dL'",i' the baseiueuls ol their acquirements, and a I. guar course ol study in our 'eadounus. , abtoly Mcey t rLZ the' time huh uf teacher uud scholar and uu efficient Pogress ot the scholar. Discussed by the mover, Messrs. liishoo. Ormaby, I'eabody and others, and laid on the table. I he rt port of the committee for nominating otfe ers for thu ensuing year, was hoard and uc ;ei.teJ. . Ifternoon Session. On motion, tlie Executive Committee were instructed to prejure business fur the next annual meeting, to occupy the hours uf the session in the intervals, of the Address es. 'In8 r8'lutiotl relating to clarification of KUu(Ju una uken up, and discussed by .Messrs. Oruisby, l'angborn and i'eabody, and again laid " l"bl'' i, ' , v 3S"1'"" '""toiicd to an Address by . A. Durnham, of Ilurr Ko'innarv, on School (loverninent." The resolve on classification of schools was called up, ui.tl on motion uinended hv lusertiiii? ,i. i o.a . . -.1 i OC..UU14 uisieau oi vcauemios, u.ui l.av mg hpeii discussed by Messrs. Hush, I'eabo dy, Allis, Reynolds, and others, was again laid on the table. livening Session. Tho committee on reso lution on legislative action reported the follow ing: llesolved, That a Committee of seven bo ap pointed to draw up a memorial to the Legisla ture, asking for such legislative action in aid of the cause of Kdueation, as a sound, wise and liberal pulicy requires. Ou motion, theChairappointed Messrs. I licks, Lowell and L. Walker, a commute to nomi nate said Commute, who reported the follow ing nuuied gentlemen: Rev. Worlhington Smith, I). D., Rev. Hen jannn I .aba tee. . 1)., Rev. J. A. 1 licks, I), I)., Hon. Horace Fwtoii, Huu. 1). M. Camp, Rev. N. llishop, '., K. l'angborn. The A&ociition listened to an address from II Hayden, Fq .of .St. Albans, on " Hooks." '1 he resolution pertaining to classification of schools was read, discussed by Messrs. Lowell, llishop, ratchin.of'Ncw York, and others, and laid upon the table. WL..r.,i,i ttimniv.sVtti'nn I'rnvcrbv Hcv. J. ftcolo. After tho reading of the record of tho preceding day tho report or mo ireasur er was read and adopted. On motion, tho Report of Committee on nom ination was colled up nnd adopted. ornenns ron tiik f.nsuinci iear. 1'rtsidenl. Rev. WoitTiiiMJTow Smith, D. I)., Hurling ton ncr. I'ruitlm, Rev. J. 1). Wickham, J. 1'. Fairbanks, Rev. II I'. Htckok, R. V. Ilenton, Rev. Kh II. Smith, Rev. S Robinson, I'. H.Wonater, I). M. Camp, Rev. f. Taylor, Rev. 11. Manly, Rov. J. S Leo, L 0. .Mead, Rov. 0. Ci. Whoelcr, llennin-ion County ( nlcdonm ("hiltenden Ms sex Franklin Lamoille t (range Orleans Rutlnnd Washington Windsor Windhsm Orand Isle Addison II. Eaton, Corresponding Secrtlary. 7.. K. I'nngborn, St. Albans. Hccarding Secretaries. J. (irnhnm, IJarton ; J. 1). Kingsbury, limes burgh. JJ.rectiire Committee, I). Orcntt, The' ford. N. llishop, Windsor. (.". II. Hayden, S( Albans. Wsiirrr, '.. K. l'angborn, St. Albans. The following resolution was than introduced bv Dr. Wallace: lletolvtd, Tliat th ostsblismn nt of Union Schools noon a crnduated system is of the greatest importance and should be earned into , effect wherever and as soon ns practicable. W Inch w ns In id on the table. Associniion nil j. until 'i o'clock. I'. M. .Iflemoon H?sion. The Association was call ! ed l'o order by Vice I'nsident Taylor, i (In motion.' Voted, that tho Kxecplivo (Join mittec be authorized to draw monies trocn the Treasury to deli ly expense of Committee on lo j gislative action Resolution relating to I'mon Schools wnsrnll ' ed up and discussed by Messrs. l'anguurn Walk- er, Allis, Ciraham and Taylor ; adopted, licit. Hopkins then deliercd an address on the Cmn I mini St-litiol avstem. i Resolutions were then passedex pressing thnnks to the people of Kutlnnd lor th ir liospi'alily, to thp gentlemen who f ivorcd tl-.e nssitculion with ' addresses, ami to tueh railroad companies had furnislif d rc'urii tickets grntis to tbose at tending the ni"( ting. Wobthi.iuto.n Smith, President. J Graham ( 3. D. KiiM.sm.nT, $ S cretarte China and Japan After a long silence we I are ot last enabled to publish letters from Mr. lo.iruj chi'teliden counties and good fi uui Or llAVAKt, Tavlor, containing inte.l.frence from, . , j Washington stands welL China, with vanoi s interesting details concern- j ' , mg the msiirrertion and the movements in that j Keep coo . .;iurter. M the same tune we are m receipt of i Representatives. itiv ite advices from Shanghai to May 15, sunn i ive days lnti r than we were before' in posse-1 ftjr' The above and additional re'urns recei- on of The rebels still held .Nniihing, ( Inn kinng-foo and nil the nipr between. The fleet' "iit up by the Taoii tal of Nhnnghai, had been uble to effect nothing, and it wns rumored nt j Shanghai on the I -Kb, that one of tho vessels, t tho Boxer, h id fallen into the hands of the reb- i cK. The imperial troops were becoming dis-. gnsted with the struggle, and were ninclic, if lln v had not already bejrtin to retreat. 'I here I as very little excitement there, either among the Chinese or the foreign leeidents. The for mer bad very generally returned to their homes mid opened their shops in accordance with the I a in -tin's commands. ' The sloop-of-war Fly mouth was to remain there, and not accompany the Japan Expedition, ' us expected. The Arnericao mercantile houses h nl addressed a letter to Commissioner Marshall, asking that they should not be left defenceless, jekssed to ny emergency mat mignt arise ("oinmodore l'errv, therefore, had detached the. Plymouth for the present, frotn the Japmeeej An honorable arrangement of the Eastern S(iiidron, The Commissioner had as yet re- question will speedily be accomplished. 1ord c ivod no answer from Pekin with regard to his J Pahnerstou anted, in thu House of Common, ritiiun atHl IT twist MhoaM em wstiiv. iwn Uiat he is aiifldeot that the Cxsr wilt uvt.ounl ' or three weeks, lie would probably proceed to the Prir.i iptihties witlioin any unnecessary delay, ll.e inourti of the I'ai-ho, in the Veiiow hea, and The K.tstern question, otherwise, offers nothing communicate directly with the Cnpn.il. j new, und appears no firther or nearer to adjust- Wo learn, also, tht Mr. Taylor hid joined menl than before. The I)ivau recommends the tin- Expedition to japan, hiving been assigned Sultan to accept the note. ti t!ace in the corps of artists, with tho rank nf l'rtvrr S generil rise in corn Ins been r.x 1 liter's Mate, on board the steamer Simple- portent-. 'd tbrotiglu nt France during the past Ii inn. i. The Ktpeditinn was tn s t il fro n Sli m- wec, the tei tnlnre being two funics h gher. . I, n on Tuesd .v, May 17, and thoiitth its imnie- Ui!i- 'I he import duty on breadstuff's into the ih ite destiuati'jii wns not known, it w us suiinost d t' o S, !,(". h n been repealed. tli it it would renii"Z."Ui at tlie gre.it t.oo i noo i-!in.s, tin re tu await the S ir it'ii iiinl I'ow 'i it in. A ruin ir w is in existence tli it the J;,p mese hud fortified their i-hor. s and stationed wnr-j'Uil'8 to prevent the entrance of t!i" -tr.m- "ers into their wnters, but th.s was rt gard d ns a p.ece of ('lunese exaggeration, it h ivtiig ouie through Celestial mediums. The Kxpedition would probably not be able to remain I'l the Jipaneiie waters longer than thu beginning of the typhoon season, in August, when the coasts ol tlie islanda become' dangerous, nnrl in case that in spite ol' t u resolution und energy of Com. Perry, nothing had been ticco'iiplished by tint tune.'the purposes ol the enterprise would have to be pust)oncd till an ithi r seison. .V. 1'. Tribune. 7Vir Tripartite Trent)). Tho Washington corress.tident of the New Vork Herald, under date ol r ridny evening, telegraphs as fjllotvs;; our readers can judge fur themselves of the prob anility nt nisttatemem: We lmo reason to believe that Lord John RussehV letter relative to tho proposition fur a tripartito treaty.haa been answered by Air. Mur cv, in a ni inner whn h will not only convince the Fngltsh S.H-rotary of State of his want ol ircoffraphicnl knowledge us tn the distance be- I tween the United States and l.'uba, but also of thu fact that any cmnhinatioiis of Luroponn pow- ( I he Austruu Internuncio officially auoounc I ere by which this country is likely lo be nearly ed that Austria has no lutention to encroach on or remotely airected.will not beregarded w ith tu- the so.reigiinv of Turkey, and i.uuld, if the difference. We are further of opinion that the I'orto desired it, gtvo up the military occuiuncy truly American doctrine enunciated by Mr. I of Semi. . I.verett, in ins celeDralcci tiile pipor in reply to Messrs. Crarnpton and Starger, his been en dorsed and emphasized by Hi- present inlniiiustra lion to the fullest extent. From present pear auces, whilst no disposition is manifested to as sume a hostile attitude on thu part of our gov em incut, it is evident that tho throat of Lord John I Russell, that Great Britain is free to act singly or in conjunction with other powers, as to her i may soeni fit, means that she will enter into com blunt ions to thwart the policy til the United States, that thure will be no hesitation on the part of President Fierce in protecting the in terests and honor of the country. It looks equally- Hearine tnthtlie Teeth. Mhiw Venn. old subscriber who was entirely deaf, called at our office ; and with the help ol u slate, whu h he alwui's carried with hun, tvu were enabled to converse with oach other. In the coursu of our interview, he remarked that fur many yours he had no. been able to hear the loudest thunder ; out added mat, to lus great surprise, a few ovo imiga before, he whs at tho house of a friend, and wan Boated by the side of a piano, his elbow resting upon it, and his teeth upon his thumb, when he heard distinctly thu tune which the daughter of his friend happened to be playing. Again and again ho tried the experiment, and he could always hoar when the connection thus funned wu kept up, hut could hear nothing whatever when it was broken, either bv thu io moval of his elbow from the piano or by placing Ins thulnb upon any otlier oriion of his fsco From tha characier of our informant, we have never hoard a doubt as to tho truth of his narra-tivo-nnd wo give it now chiefly as a sugges tion, whether some simple instrument cannot be framed, by means of which deaf persons may be enabled to hoar with their teeth. - llkhmond. v u ) ( atthmnn and UOsemr The Koszta .ljfair. The official advices rela tivo to tho Kosta affair, it is believed, show that Austria had no claim whatever upon him, hav ing banished or expatriated him, thus relinquish, ing ull rights over his person before he came to this country. Election Returns. Facced out by a protracted and most extra- ordinny conlest In Montpclicr, and without time lor examination of the casualties ol tlie nay, wo can onlyglvq.tho Joosj returns as they havo fal len Into our Ifntul). Wt.n.NKiiv, Sept. 7, fl r. M. Monlptlirr. 111'. Waltom Jr., elected ro presentstive on tho twenty-fourth ballot by 1 1 majority. State ticket not counted. irmhinglon Courtly. The wholo locofoco ticket h prolnbly elected, including Moody, Richaidson St Scssions-Hiehardson very close. llarre, Demson K. Smith, whig gam Berlin, none, whig lo-s. C.ifflt'j. Dr. Doming, fs Durhunj, Jnmes Ptewart, If L'ao Monlptlirr, Dr. Templeton, free soil whig' Middle iff, Moses 1 1 olden, w gain Mautptlier, F.. I. Walton Jr., w .Uarrfown, Foster, I Xortkfidd, Mose Robinson, If Itorbury. Alien Spalding, It lVattihury. O. C. Howard, If Warren, none, whig loss. Il'ailtlirld, none. Woodbury, S. C. Uurnlinm, 1 Worcester, Kemp, w gaint Cabot, John Mclean, fs.' Stone, W. 11. II. Ilmgham, R Hurlingon, Falmor, 1 gain. Steanton, Ittmdrtfli, Dr. RraoYord, ftw irooditoek, l'eter T. Washburn, iv llarlvrd, Lyman, w litigation, Kendrick, w gam .Sntiron 1 gam SI. .IhViftf., C H. Hayden, IHmlair, Josi :h Hatch, w itraiulree, Flint, It Strafford, Bei annn Oilman, w Clulteii, B. T. Bh.lgett,l Onmtce, Wil s Lane, 1 i'tmhire, 'Unnhard, 1 H'ufhinflnn, '. C White, w lltirduick. A. P.. Jjdcune, fs , I'tarhiim. noi , Dmieule, win ' gam, Hmdjord, none. Ihthel, none. '.Wicii ry, w Storkb'uige, i lug gain. Opposed to the repeal of the Liquor Iw. t ln favor of i io repeal of the Liquor Law. We hi ar very unfavorable reports from Or- ved t". I 'to lor the pre run up as f illows : Whig Loco. Y. lejj y 8 ir;i yo lu e State Fair Spcoial Trains. "Special trains will run from Montpclicr each ' way every evening, to enable people to go out to loJgc mid return. Tickets at HALF FARE. Four Days Lot or from Europe. The O.llms meainship Atlantic arrived at N. Vork ntS o'clock on Saturday afternoon, having left Liverpool at 5.55 V. M. of tho S4th August. lingtand Parliament was prorogued on the -iCtb, hy commission. The Clueen's speech was entirelv cnrurratolatory. America was not inen- tinned s i it popul ir ueiiit'ii-trdtion aganmt the nu ''i -i'e s uei, nnd,. ui I,.Hr1(,in. Vi ncy. .l'i!r,a nni Itunna A shvtht out hrt'ts i- n oo.tetl in Mervia Tin in nor of the report, d intention of Au-iri i to oi copy Ifcisnin di ri'e I. 'I he I f.spt lar of Molt iii h is been siijMTced '.I b th Sn't in, for Russian leanings He re tn-es lo gne up, nnd so the Kngli.su and French ' 'oii.-n.s :i no wiihdr.'in. I h" t" vt of the Au-trian protest ig.unst the Mmyrni nffiii is piil,'isliet and si nt t all fjreign Milliners'. I' tuke. the ground tint Captain In- graham h is l.n.lieii the intern itionsl law, as cx- plained by V ittel. and junsts. ' 'hina In Cluni, the imperialists, who were assisted by ti feigners, were repulsed by tbo Iu- , furgent force., in an attempt to recapture Citing- Kungfuo. i he Chinese murkets ere gener- ally d.ill. iMttttjroi'i the Continent Pans. Aug. 93. i lioneral Moi 'holen, who shared th' Emperor I Napoleon's c ptivity at St. Helena, lied in Fa ns recently. A despatch from Russia, dated Taganrog, j Aug. .Id, says that the result of th- harvest is most favorab j, and large purchases of bread stuffs ar.) ma'.ing for exportation. Christians ha- iust been discovered ni Alei.n.. - ""...y. . u.inpiiuuv tu ll 1 timie i neu to hii: South itoy ilton llanlt.r-.TUe Boston papers say tliat the South Roalton Rank refucd lo re deem a piek.'ge of $110 of its own notes. l he Assistant Cashier, Mr. Hutchius saying, "he could pay tin. ui, but he would not." turn's Misekief. One Trast, or West Ran dolph, h ts been accustomed to bo drunken fre qiicntly, and to abuse his wife. One day Jut w eek she spilled his liquor, he, in turn, whipp. ed her very severely, so as to endanger life ; the law fines him S'.0,atid costs, SJ. Dcntl) At I .mm, Illinois, Ay, SI, r billi-uo t-n.in.nl lot.,. Ann, ir I . !.,,, ,s.a i,.r,t, , !), v, InK. ... r .11., l.i u.t J4Co.i.ly Moors, inim.,. 1st.' ii .tunstxr at s.u Fkimic., ed 5i. !" "'" Wint.ull K. H..i,w,,M, It. Rttlta, 4ih jb u ,ou ol ,. , is Alwu, srd 7 utosO... 1 rmr.nirOT,s. u,,. u,k ,ul l!llk 0ln..,iwl Ji'i'ia is.l mils. .tioulJcm. ot.uLoS u , C.I '" '"'I"' H.i.. Ho.. ,s hi..,? " Vt.d, ssisl Clo uitHr Li..- f V. I' 1 I.WIA.N K KI.VC Loomis 6t ll A vi: lu.. .......a ., iioomis & Koith lls .uiuim'i Ttt.0. Tv T "w 01 "" """" ' tn l-lnj-, l-nnu, IjUgtoM,, ir. tc. Moip.,r.a,3i,ML 1 ni-. i.uii.i o' tody uuds ciotlii, , ., .jhiwn.j 31o,iiii,i.i iu ,u .11.; s" ..iiisura i'.t 41 IW Loomis 6t Kcilh, l.sil nt,IWs HtMk tbsy sra now sod uk 11, esmplstg s.iottwsnl of 111 now abl'a to itiow a MEN'S, YOUTH'S ami HOYS' SIZES M.m tiiicd, Mcuipelitr, Eerf. 1, WJ3, n SEPTEMBER, 1053. RICH unit Pk'AotlN.MIt.i: (loong JUST Rl' rmi 11.0 iiim:itKNTMARKi:r!iiM!7;,Ve" 0n turn tht Importtii nnj mnuUrturer,0 ! 'V ' " ' mnuj "' "nri.i. I-. uif, , , ' II vtvura wen niiirrie) f(trlelnri i)ja mt- o ' tArTHlto wHi wt hy fjmmlnliii ga-A tnd )r. n " ' '" inirftil tHif fiodi tor Ihf vij 1 rso h tr tu , t,,( ffixxi ooa, Mfiii tell) ni ,.i law pneet, tu mt-iit n r Uur Mimo i.MinKSAi.u' AMI FM ALL rtlnUt t'lll nm nl tut ig rtur hiendt wiin y9 rtfH't'" Sii-rn, Mji'i 4i rot, fnsi n lin, i v ,lr f fJ(lo.lV.U..Pl.0.'M. MM, BRINSMAID & CO. NO. 8, MAIDUN l.ANH, NKW-Yout Unt door east of llrondwai, tmptlrr ftf fln tV ATlTtl tnnnttr nn,-,. , f ,, s ,, . KI.IIY. lllAl'Mlt !-T M. l.tlK,( t.i , Vi KII (Will. -ii.U Ot.lr lijr tui-fM. or mull tfnmt,tlf nlltd. t lt R, , I'll from tha ruadttii ul'iln. ,t,ct I w, , .., . "' Itl l.NSM All. di c,, sTtStn 9 M.ltlti titip r it, Yi i COICEET ! TIIK AM VI I IONS nAVl SQ r (Hit (it ted thsir ni)riiiriiM n'UaHiiH, 4..V KM lu.N, N Y Ur- -,,,.,,,,.,, ; M3 t tit" ti it iftttol eUtMlthi'r hQ.J n ttuxy, ll, . f, HfiuIar ttnteftttioatMiil. il tht tturinj th Clu'it flrt in M ma , TtifJs)t , (Hi t it,i K. nine, Sp- lh, 13'hr.ni 14 h, - , irci' itl m h a ciMnhiniitiun of Mush il trr im u. , 1 1 11 i Mill i.oi ftiil tu ilue nil Iovi4 ui un. r' jmtiicu1ri i ifUiiniii) t.t the djt. C r. ctMim f ifo kt 9 n' IpcV. I'lMr.iininc mt fit ech EHtcrMitno.t A. I) Ml.Olli'! 1 l , KOI'ICK. I,'RI I'.ll t llufSK l Moi.i.'l' , II , ' , , 1 I , r itt iseclvs l'f".ytll auimt llirl.r.. , Hi. I. I . .. r J W ll'ltl VK I V NOTICK. f tt I'M I, tu hrr'' fen Ih il t l w ' (ii- tii'll vn c( (lie .(tilntutr . I i , Ut!ii(i-(iiiK i iM(it.iUJlnn til llm Vt iiiiunt I i , Uurf & -hurttiulwt I.PHtrtWi) rmnpiitt il.M.ii ti i run it mm n mm? l mulu-tllf aivi 1 u,m , mi ton it h right tinil nultmnty v u i li i- . i OTk ti' tint Vf rut fit At (' ,n .d , tfnilr.it ( (. v i pyiiKuti ci0o'ltillin (lie aiue lili ll, it-i.i . ,1 . , i I with Hie iuilltnt rtjht to (Min Imfe ti I tie) i itt t tillifr t -d i'l rtmnn r w'i r- n mn 't , . v j ) Ulf f ' I dillMl , ol U jdoiUI, u., t ,.. j eot'fui lv l flVil ih m bj-r-. fcLtWMllM'q.NK, H ...i ..I , I ioHS H. HJlMlM.r', I ( ' WM. UYWO.-.i iU, t i. n.d i:. I. , i I "ltT)XUUY. t '1HE NitB-KtSii.n I'tui fitii'tiitl .tu '- i 1. ' II in ttir c.nlnlT ot W.lt.n.l..ti, . ru n. i, (hi, tak. 4 h, ..lit 'u.il n, ll, iii t,t e .- I Btl' lit. (villus ,a.s tlstt , reinh.ii e tin t iti li - r t I sn. i.l.onltic toifclw.iMt .,i..rfib..l Urt . i , . 1 ' -1 w.lt j Ur..,ntil rt.-imrlnts Hnp,M,.en iwn.r ,. Mnilti, , , i tmi t h "4 rll. Jt I. . it, ll J. j. i ii it I ... II I l VI 1,1 ! II I. k I V i ' ... I t . U'O . I in -.1 .I.I" ...... .- I I In. I I tim.(Hin ' ,ir i, (.. .,a I r ii mi. On, 4 h ilt. i , , t . ,it t . , I Htl .1.. iuly n.,d , I li.it' u. t H .. f, h Am nl lv t-m .-i Kt .i, , r .ik i 1 1 , t .. l, Oel 47 , To the Honorable the Justices of the S IJi' r'.i.iri- next to be hidden at Coin 1 rd j County of Merrimack, ou iIk fee n ' Te i of Jnlv next. ' pZKKIKL 1H)WK.R8, "r.. f Croy.l' ti, i K rtuititv nf Sullivan, leoman liu-n i Hannah Powers, late ut said Croydon, tint ii nl ..arts unknown, irspectlully shes. In,', i was niarried to the said Hannah Powers "i t I first day of November, in the year ' i - I ! one thousand eight hundred and thtitv rh'. I I wydon aforesaid, by the Hcv. J icb II n" land that he and his said wito therea!" rar land until the twenty-fourth day ot Jannarv. i. I last past, lived together as husband and w it. I said I'ruvilon. and that lie bus eier u. en ia.ni ' IV7 in iiiarria)e aoiisjit..m?i i ... .iw o..... ... nan oeing wnoiiy regnruiess oi ue- .m.i , " about rlie said twenty fourth day ot J.ui'i in , last past, and on divers d.iv and tm..i r-.i I .1. . . 1 .1... ' .!..! .... i llierew, rotniiiiueii me . rin.r ... oi,,.i ' i. . one William Putmm of said Crwvd. a Wherefore your libelunt piuvs vmir 11 tint n divorce from Ihe bonds ot n.a'r .. i tween huu and ins said wife nn) lie te'i r. t this l imit, and tliat such other dein s . un e In th" court ns imtiee miy rt.pi. ' ll'ititl 'it Crovdon, in tlie c mi-i'v S. . . in th Illi .1 iv of J'i'v. . I. I ?. I K.KKII.I. POW i ll--. I TAI i:ul'.Ni:'.V II MPSIII11K S Superior Court uf Jn.liet' July Term, A. H I 1 1 Fjioii the foregoing Pt t.tloli. .t e 'he Court, tint Knekiel Powers, Junior, f ant, notify Hninah Power-, ll.e lit.. I . -. ' pear. u the Supruioe ( uurl of Juii i it r lulden at Concord, in the county ot M. rrt in the second Tuesday of Deie.nbt r i . h" cause, if any she have, why th" p-n atd petition should not be granted, bv ee. opy of the pet.t.nn and order to be pu'i' -1' .he'N. II. Argus and octtur. nne.i. printed at Newport in sn id county oi s., ind also in the Vermont Watchman, a 1 icr printed at Monlpelier, in the St .te . uoi.t, three weeks successively, the I nt p i ion whereof to beat least Unity dav - 1 ..nd Court. T. W. UILMOIU. ( .rk I hereby certify that the foregoing h n " ct'V of the original petition an.l order 'h r" T. W. (ilLM )HE, Clnk K. Ili BKr, Esq., for Libellant. J IROiN J)UM)ltV S"0.'.'n r!M.lt- cg rj3Ll.2tJ C A S T I All -S A XlT tj.vriiiM''ti l IM'tWI-TITRKIt. t... tin, mi. le u -I' ' - I"' 'I iu. ri.'i.MtV. tiMV AKtu)i:. mhi i. ; IKON AXI.KK, MI.Nt II A Ht'K - 1. 1, v - VI ' I 1 VIIRKI. Hl l-KHIS .nSDflX-.K.IV-. Alt' til. H .nl UVKN IH'Oaf, IIKl.N f A-ll ' 1 ''A 1 KVI.I..IITH IKON BBAM I'I.'.I'iJHS So A II otJ(, ).o...it I, 4. is. nl.' J l Ii y JOHN C. PADDOCK, A or- aft, ISA, 40.1 wn.STI'l.l.li 'I " r F(Hl CASH O.MsY ! rURl'll StKs Boots, Shoes ami Rubbers, lliu ttock of T. C. WALES & CO. Voi. I Itrodtl V 10 Cciilnil SiriTl. (I'nBiHM.) wkich cu3.i.t., ' P.O...I SW Pst'i JIKN'S CO A UIU it Ml' 11 W " C M.V UOill 51 ' U(l' snS Veulli't T.llt'k HO"1 , Vud .11 kluns ul llro'., VV,nurn'-, Mi-" 1 ' '"' thus, unil BimiIs, itt.ds vs,.tt'..l r i lie .. ' tnf sud llvlsil 'i'tsilo . Low Prices and Cash Trade, W llto u..ti rut.rs Ci.b, Uu..l, H..o sn.l I-' H"' " ' llwtua ('.irnt.1 .if UruAd snrf Cwt.lt. I sit t, H 1043. .- i IN OTIC IO. IOTICB .. lettly ..nUtl .usJty ps.-omfii1 '' I S. It'. i (in I i lire itrll UaoMsl Af.t'.l ''',4 t lutsn j, t o! ict,,oiaiiua lu cstty w l l.'.-io- ' ' ' I i)H suS au.n,', lussllHl WHS.. I ll l"'''"f 1 " , . 1A4' thsis.o, .d in 10WB uf UdXbu'r, euuier ul IV ' I lu .J UlSU. ,. . I lUio,j. Ailf.-lllb, IS?. "' J"' NUTIUI5 18 lu,, f,,,l, ,i, i,on ...II b. pn" ' 1 (iroei.l A.ssu.ll oflk.cn.is ot V.tu.o.ii. i ' L, inwulik. l.-ld st iloatpstl.r, ou i'. 'JJ J" ,1 (IxelMr, AHl&'i, losnucisll oe I'"""' "'"'" I'sirlos lu IVuUlitM. ,f u rayuwi, Aug. , is.13. If AM Jj'Olt SALK. 'pun nAwik,! orr.t. bu pAitvirui Mkltlls.U.stwollaul mils. osl f 'i,""1;" 'd g.tl ! It, ul oss istl.tio.iiilis V.riuoul Coo i.l I'" ' , .' m Win ll WKsMtsd wjl.t.l. b.ss su "'',-M, tl,l u.d I. is tool It4ts of culU.si.oo. 1 w, tiimorj hi. tlvtn, Ifdiiltso, foi pj l" ivoor. ,1,. ,- ttoqiilis sfUt. ). V. IIKV..V olM-tnpsI"'.'"" rtlltffoa tbi.ttu..os. .. ,.,-p 9j DAVID HUE, J ., MiiMlsMt, Auj.'Jiib, 1S53.