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VJilttMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, MAECH 24, 1S69. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. A LI) ANN, VT. Wl UNISDAY, MAlUMt, 21, 1S09. Tcavolcrs' Guide. AnniVAi. or -i-ashi.nokk tiiai.vh. From tho South ami East, 5,49 a. m., 11,15 a.m C,S5 p. in., 8,10 p. in. ,...., From House's Point and West, 7,20 a. m., 11, 50 a m.. 06(1 p. in. , From Montreal, 11 15 a. in., C 45 p. m. DKi-AiiTimr. or rAHsr.NOKit trains. For tho South ami East, G20, a. in., 12 0 m., 7 I'orVtouec's Point ami West, 005 a. m. 2 15 p. in. For Montreal, 0 10 a. m., 0 55 p. m. MAILT AllUIVAL OK HTAOUS AT ST. AI.IiANS. From SMeetaburgh ami FraiiUlln, 700 p. m. From Hlchford ami Sheldon, 500 p. m. From Sheldon,-10 00 a. m. From Bakcmflcld, 11 00 a. m. DAILY DEPAllTUHK OF BTAOHH rilOM ST. ALBANS. For Franklin and Swectsburgh, 7 00a( For Sheldon and ltichfotd, 8 30 a. in. , m. Tor Kiicition, -i uu p. in. For Hakcrsfkld, 1 00 p. m. Stages call at the several hotel in town. Stugo utllees ut tho Trumont House. cLosiso or niu MAILS. Mads tor New Yolk close at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00 1" "i. Mails i'"i ll.toii close at 5 a. tit. and bill) p.m. Malls fur Albaiiv and the Went close at 5 00 a.m Mails for Canada close at 5 1.0 a.m. Soutlii-iu and Northern way mail clone at 5 00 Strangers' Guide. riMIU V. M. 0 . meets every Munday evening JL at their looms over Win. N. Smith's Store, Main Street. Champlain Chapter No- It. A. M. meets the third Wcdnisdav evening in each month, at their hall in Union Wools, MainHtiect. C'olnmhus Council No. 1, 11. A: S. M. meets the M'oond Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union Block. lianklin Lodge No. 4, F. .V A. M., meets the (list Wednesday evening in each month at their ,!iall in Union lllocl;, Main Street. Knglesbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A.M. meets the fourth Wt'iluesdav evening in e:oh month, ut their hall in Union lllocl;, Main Street. Crvstal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meets everV Tuodav evening at their Hall in 11-iincs Block, Lake StiYct. St. Allians Lodge No :V1, 1. O. or U. T. meets everv Fridav evening at their Hull in Barnes Wool;, Lake Street. ltising Sun Lodge Ni.. 8 1. O. of O. T. meets everv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay. St.' John the' Baptist lleiievolenl Society (Ca nadian) meets on tho first and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hull over H. 11. Huntington's Store. To Advert isciw. Tho YmiJio.NT Daily Tiians 4 ltii'T has tho largest circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, the best medium tor advertising. Local Items, -- Out: Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our dully paper can do so ut Merrilitld'a and Baker's bookstores, its well as of carriers, and at the oillce. Copies of our weekly paper may also be hud ut these places. STATE OF VERMONT. itv tiij: csoveknoii. PROCLAMATION ! FOll A DA Y OF FASTJXa, 11 1'MI 1.IAT10X AX I'liAYEI!. Devoutly recognizing our dependence upon God, and in accordance with a cnerated custom, I do hereby appoint Thursday, the Eighth Day of April net, as a day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer. Let us, on that day, as a people, turn aside from our ordinary pursuits, and in humble con dition for our sins, beek the favor of Almighty 1 iod, that all our labors may bo blessed with the plenteous fruits of His Providence. Let us como unitedly unto tho Throne of draco, seeking for tho light, as revealed in our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us invoke the Divine favor upon our be loved country, and upon all called to administer the Oovcrnincu! thereof, that they may have the "spiiit of wibdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and might, the bphil of knowl edge, ai.d the foar of the Lord.'' Givinr. ulcr my hand, and the .Seal of the Stale, in tho Executive Chamber at ltutlaml, this Sixteenth day of March, in the year of our Lord ono thousand L. S.J eight hundred and sixty-nine, and of tho Independence of the United States tho ninety-third. ' JOHN B. PAGE. By the Governor, S. F,. llur.xiiAM, Secretary ol Civil and Military Affairs. -i- Mil. G. M. Dutchuh, of New York, is to deliver a Temperance Lecture at Academy Hall, on Saturday evening next, nnd wo bespeak for him a crowded house. Ho comes highly recomended as an able nnd eloquent speaker. Or a lecture recently delivered by him in Boston, the Nation of that city thus speaks : It was estimated that 1000 people went away for want of standing roam, The vast audience was held in breathless stillness by tho power of his eloquence and tho genuine truthfulness of his pic tures of destruction nnd woo wrought bv tho demon rum. We feel grateful Unit Providence ha3 raised up such a man as Air. Dutcner, lor by ins great eloquence and forcible appeals ho carries convic tion to tne hearts oi many. A collection will be taken up to defray expenses. About half past live o'clock this eve ning, a horse belonging to Mr. Perry Cook, ol North rairfax, became frigh tened and started to run up Lake street When opposite tho Tiianscuipt olllco it ran into a sleigh belonging to Mr. J Hall, breaking tho dashboard, tipping t man out, but doing no serious damage The horse was caught at Farrar Bros, and brought back. TiikThuatuk, Last night being the last night of the season, and having been set apart as u Complimentary PenclU to Miss Nellie Clernion, tho house was etowded as we anticipated. The great moral drama of " Ten lights In n Bnr-Kooni" wasenaeted in the usual excellent style, Miss Gcrnion taking the part of "Mehltnble Cartwrlght,"and ! performing it with ease and grace ; nnd j Willie Henderson performing the part of "Sample Swltcbell " in a manner which would compare favorably with theatres ol'the larger cities. The performance concluded with the laughable farce " The "Widow's Vic tim." Tin: Stohm. The storm eiterday was more violent south of us than here. At Monlpellcr we learn that snow to the deptli of ten inches fell, and atltox bury and further down fifteen inches cf snow fell, Thj trains on the Northern (X. II.) Railroad were sever il hours late at White River Junction, which de layed the arrival of the trains at St. Al bans. The early tiain of this morning was about two hours late. Tile weather is pleasant to-day, audit has ben thawing considerably in the sun. . . -a- JJd'rfor Transcript : Your Swni.ton correspondent, In giv ing an account of n very fine and large Durham calf, owned by r. Tabor, of Swanton, forgot t.i state that this mam moth calf was sired by my celebrated Durham bull "While Mountain," which descended from my Durham stock im ported by the noble and lamented Hen ry Clay, of Kentucky. Many other specimens of this stock can be seen on my farm at Swanton, at Messrs. Smith, a! Brook's and Patrick O'Ncil's, of this town; Ilae-eal Lewis, Esq., of Fairfax; and Messrs. Steinhour au.l Carman, of llighgatc. Farmers are becoming satis lied that the thoroughbred Durhams arc the cattle to breed for profit, and many are going into this breed that have here tofore taken but little pride in cattle raising. Respectfully yours, A. M. CLARK. St. Albans, March 23rd, 1S09. Mit. Jkkkmiak Flin, of Milton, lias sold his farm of two hundred acres, to other with eighteen cows, to Cant. Arnold C. Fay, of Irasburgh, for $9,000. Nuw Mail Routes. By a law, up- proved March 3d, 18G9, we notice two new mail routes have been established in Vermont; one from West Bridge- water to Plymouth, and one from West Burke to A est Charleston. A correspondent informs us that tho aw firm of Messrs. Blaisdell & Bing- lam, of Cambridge, has been dissolved. Oiutuaky. A. B. Cooper, of Rich mond, died on Saturday last, aged 88 vears. lie was tiio oldest lniiabitant oi the town had lived on tho farm when he died over GO years been a justice of tho peace 40 years in succession had never missed a State or Presidential election sinee his majority, nor but one annual town meeting. Gen. Samuel Fessendeii, of Portland, Me., father of Senator Fessenden, died on the night of the 10th inst., aged 85 years. He was formerly prominent as a lawyer, politician and Free Mason. Harriet Jane, (the youngest daughter of Dr. Joel S. Oatman, formerly of Mid dlctown.) died in New York, on Sun day evoning last. During the first woek in March three peivons died in Woodstock, whose uni ted ages amount to 281 years and four months, viz; March 5th, Mrs. Roxcel- ana Hellish, 90 years, 4 months ; March Gth, William Lewis, 08 years; March Sth , Mrs Hannah Wakefield, 87 years. Mi. Lattice (Cobb) Day, who died in Stanstead last Wednesday night, was a daughter of Samuel Cobb, the first set tler of Coventry, and came to that place in June 1S00, when the whole town was a wildncrness, except two small clear ings made by her father and brother. Mrs. Judge Parker is the last survivor of the original settlors who still lives in Coventry, and there are only three others living elsewhere. TicmuiiLi; Ac'Gtw:nt at Claukxuon, Mr. Myron E. Marshall, wife, and child two and a half years old, started for Rutland Monday afternoon, and in driving across the track at the rail.oad crossing at North Clarendon, tho engine of an approaching freight train struck the sleijjh, hitting Mr. Mnrshall and throwing him up in the air, coming down Koine GO feet distant, and dashing his head against tho depot with such force as to break a board upon tho build ing. Although nlivo at Inst accounts,hc cannot probably survive. Mrs. Marshall was thrown upon the track and 14 cars passed over her, man ling her limbs and body in a honiblc n anner. ller head was not crushed, but the llesh was torn oil", starting from the tomplo near the left eye, and pass ing obliquely across tho forehead over to tho right side, leaving the skull perfect ly bare tbo face but little bruised. The child received a blow upon tho back of the head, crushing in its skull and killing it almost instantly. Mr. Marshall Is about 33 years of age, and i manufac'uror of chairs at North Clarendon. During the war, he served as a private In Company I., Second Vermont regiment. The parties were widely known, and the accident .nttpos a profound sensation In thecomut'tty. State Items, HKNN1NCJTON COUNTY. John Greer, rond master on the lien-' nington itRutland Railroad, had a nar row escape from death at Manchester on Monday last. In attempting to jump from a locomotive while in mo ion, his fool caughtin one of the driving wheels, nrrj ing him some twenty feet before he could extricate himself. He was considerably bruised but no I. ones were broken. Burglars abound In Bennington. Stores have been entered quite frequent ly, and the other day a trunk was stolen from the rail road depot, the contents of which were valued a $100. Henry YV, Booth lias been elected President of the Cennington Young Men's Association, and John II. Flagu Corresponding Secretary. j CIIITTUNDIJN COUNTY. j Alfred Bellows, of Westford, has sold his farm and stoe'.i to Haskell Allen for , $5,700. Thorite of confirmation was adminh- I tered in St. Paul's EpiscopalJ Church, j Burlington, to 13 persons by the Right Reverend Bishop Bissell, on Sunday af- j ternoon. The body of James Flynn was found 1 Sunday in the swamp on the farm of. W. R.Vilas, in Colchester. Ho became confused in a storm, and perished. OULKANS COUNTY. i Tho last standing pine timber in the j town of Jay, of any consequence, has , been cut and hauled to the mill this winter. . The Jonas Kidder farm, at Barton, j was sold at auction last Wednesday, to ' Benj. H. Hancock, for $5,000. j The Mctcalf house and barn, with I contents, owned by N. Chillis, and occupied by a Mr. Rothchilds, was burned Thursday, tho 18th, between 12 , and 1 o'clock a.m. Two horses, a cow, i ind Mr.R.'s pedlar's cart nnd goods were also burned. I Several sugar-houses in Coventry have , been crushed by the heavy snow ; and i last Thursday night about two-thirds of the roof of a barn belonging toWheeler's tavern fell in, and the gable end fell out. The town of Albany is in luck Its debt is but $128.87, and some 13 paupers. There were 1- marringes, 22 births, and 13 deaths last year. The pastoral relation existing between Rev. Duvid ShurtlcfTand the Congrega tional Church at Brownington has been dissolved. Mra. James Rice, of Greensboro, an old lady 78 years of age, has wove over 200 yards of cloth, carpeting, &c, since last fall, besides doing a good deal of house work ; she can walk four miles a day without difficulty, M. II. Fuller, of Newport, has been elected poet by the senior class of Dart mouth College, for their class day, next summer. R. S. Howard, of Irasburgh, about two weeks ago, lost ahog,valued at between $G0 nnd $70 bleeding inwardly. RUTLAND COUNTY'. Mr. Leonard has been appointed sta tion agent at Fairhaven. The following are the number of arri vals at the different hotels in Rutland for the week ending Friday, March 19 : Stevens' House, 3 10 ; Bardwell House, 409 ; Central House, 210. Total, 895. Mrs. Harvoy Slinw, of Wallingford, dislocated her shoulder by falling re cently. Chester Kingsley has sold his resi dence in Rutland to Thomas Ross, for $7,000. Rutland is the headquarteis of a county choral society, formed to prac tice for participation in the Boston Peace Jubilee. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Waterbury has a velocipede school and rink. The number of " cradle holes " be tween Barre and Moatpclier is 210. C. II. Cross & Son, of Montpelier, have just made a great improvement in their bakery and confectionery estab lishment, having substituted a first class six-horse-power steam engine for tho horse-power they havo used to pro pel their machinery, A calf owned by C. C. Willard, of East Montpelier, being of the Durham breed, woighed 105 lbs. when 12 hours old. The Montpelier Post-ofllee Is to bo re moved to tho lot on Main street owned by W. W. Caldwell. The horse of Jonas Abbott, of Wor cester, took fright from the cars as he was driving from Middlesex to Mont pelier, and tho Deacon ha.l his right shoulder dislocated. WINDHAM COUNTY. Gen. Kilpntrick lectures in Brattle boro next Saturday evening. Mrs. Sarah Luce, of Marlboro, now In the 88th year of her age, spun 0 pouuds of wool In 17 days last summer, doub ling and twisting It. This she llld sit ting In her chair, as she Is too infirm to stand and work. She Is now engaged in knitting her yarn into stockings, and Iris already Hilt sixteen pairs. Joel Wilcox, the hotel-keeper at Whlltingham Centre, died last Sunday night, of congestion of the lungs, after a distressing sickness of two or three days. A young man namjid Kirk Rand, a blacksmith by trade, boarding with Col. Nathan Miller, on Elliot Street, Brat tleboro. committed suicide on tho 19th, by taking laudanum. Deceased was a member of Co. C. 2d Regl. Vt Vols., and Is said to have been an excellent soldier. He lost a leg in one of the Wilderness battles. WINDSOR COUNTY. The ice crop gathered at Bellows Falls the past season amounts to 382 cords, which, allowing 7,000 pouuds per cord, amounts to 1,397 tons. Granville P. Spaulding, of North Chester, has been appointed Deputy Sherill' within and for the County of Windsor. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. rpllF. annual selection of powa in St. Luke's JL Church will tako place immediately after tb" parish meeting, which is to bo holdcn at 9 o'clock a. m., on Easter Monday, tho 29th inst. Per Order of tho VF.STRY. St. Albans, March 23rd, 1SCJ. 5-20U Call in at L. McD. Smith & Co.'s and see the new arrival ol Spring Style Hats and Caps, NOTICE IS hereby given that on and after tho 1st dayi of April, 18G0, no credit will be given for goods bv tho undersigned. In entering upon the OASXZ PLAN, we would ask our former patrons to call and satisfy themselves from the prices that goods can be sold cheaper for cash titan for credit. L. McD. SMITH Ic CO. Iteadv Made Clothing, Ac., No. 2 Darrow Block, St. Albans, March 22, 18CJ. 3n2fi2 1869. 1869. NOTICE! U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. Assessor's Office, lid Collection District, ST. ALBANS, VLB. MONT. XN pursuance of tho provisions of tho Exciso Laws of tho United States, notico is hereby ftivon that tho Annual List for 1803, embracing incomes for tho year 1808, special taxes(licenscs) for tho year ending May 1, 1870, and articles lia ble to tax under schedule "A," will bo open for inspection at my office in St. Albai s, on the 31st day of March, 1801), at which timo and place ap peals will bo received and determined relativo to any errors in assessment returned in said list. IIF.NHY C. ADAMS. Assessor. St. Albans, Maroh 20, 18GD. f2Gl LOST, BETWEEN tho residence of tho lato 11. II. Locklin on Bank Streot and Wider Oilson's on South Main Street a Ladies MINK run OAFS. Tho lindor bv leaving the same at Mr. Gilson's will bo suitably rewarded. "'250-1 QN MAIN or FAIItFIELD STltEET an AUTOGRAPH ALBUM. The finder will confer a favor by leaving the samo at the TnANscnirr Oflico. FOR SALE. A HOUSE and lot of land consisting of six acres, situated about a mile and a quarter west of tho Depot in St. Albans. Tho buildings aro nearly now and in good repair. There is a fruit orchard of about liftv young trees, and the laud is in good state of cultivation For further particulars applv to !5tr-2M '11. F. UUOU. FOR SALE. STOHK, STOCK, F1XTUUK? WILL of a first class KS, and GOOD DRY GOODS STORE. i Best location in town, on Main Street, oppo- site tuo ran;. Also, our placo of residence), on England St. For further particulars inquire of ttf-2.10 BIIECK k WETIIE1U1EE. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. TT L. SAMSON .t CO. have this day dis .LI. solved co-partnership. All accounts set tled uv 11. 1j. iiaUlhOIl, II. L. SAMSON, MI1-2.VJ E. J. SAMSON. CO-PARTNERSHIP. TT L. SAMSON and S. II. MORGAN. J Li. havo this day formed a Co-partnership umicr tno name oi n. u. .sajiku: v uu. Mrrch 8, 18C9. ftf 250 NOTICE. mo FARMERS AND OTHERS. Tho subscrib X ers having purchased and iitted up in good order, tho Woolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for morly known as Piatt's Factory, aro now pre pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for ens- lomei B, or exchange tho samo for wool. A lib eral share of patronage solicited, and satisfao tiou uuaranteod. N. 1). Olllco in south end of Factory, whero may bo found t ho books and accounts of tho lato urm ot riatt A liinliloy. 219-tf MEIGS A HINKLEY. 1 LOVES of all kinds Just received IDT at WM. N. SMITH & CO '8. SHORT FROCKS of all kinds, lust received at WM. N. SMITH, &CO'H NOTICE. riMUS la to certify that I havo this day alven X my son Charles W. Smith his timo for tho rei maludcr of his minority and I will claim nono of his earnings? nor pay any dobls contracted by him from date. G. 11. SMITH. St. Albans March 8th, lBO'J. 259-3 W ANTED, 21,000 Dairy Skins, 10,000 Veal Skins, 100 Tons "Old Bones," ALSO I HO Hmrcj tH t,lck "V n11 11,0 0I'D HONES 4UU D)j b in Franklin County. Wo will paM5 per tun cash. Farmers can save 10 cents paid to a cuts by selling their DAIRY SKINS to us. We aro II1SAD (llIAUTHltS on SKINS and liO.VKS. Remember tho place Old Tin Shop 2 doors north of tho American uuuso McQOWAN & CO. St. Albam, K-b. 15, 18C9. i237-Gm Good Dairy Farm IOR SALE IN MORRISTOWN, within onc : half mile of Morristown village. Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good land, sixty acres cleared, and tho remainder wood-land. Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, with Sap Tubs and Sugar Utensils. a young Appio urcnani or about loo tree, mostly in bearing. House 30 x 10, in good repair, with good cel lar. Barn 32 x CI. with cellar under tho whole and in good repair. Running water at house and barn, and pastures well watered. Forty tons ot hay cut irom twenty acres will be sold with the rami if desired. Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and a span of good work horses will he sold with tho place if desired, and all farming tools. ah to oo soju vcrv encap lor casli. W. II. TOWERS, Morristown, Aug. 15, 1808. 230wtf. DISSOLUTION. riMlE llrm of Morrill A Aseltino of Swanton has X been dissolved by mutual consent. Tho business will bo continued by Mr. Ascltmo who, win some nil nccounis. 0f2-200 Swanton, March II, ISO'.). BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. Boston, Dec. 18, 1808. A. R. Bailey, Duau Sin : Tho timo has como when the advantages of your iuu aro apparent ; neany all mat wo aro receiving (unless lato fall or winter make) is strong on top which would not bo tho caso if put up in your tub. If there aro anv nieo dairies in your vicinity put up in your tub you mav pay 5 cents per lt. inoro for them than for Summer dairies put up m the old style tub. In fact wo don't want any Summer dairies at anv nrico in tho old tubs. Wo can buy common butter here lower than you can up thero. Wo think Foul try is dull this week, can't tell how it may bo at Christmas. Yours trulv SAMUEL BIGELOW .V CO. 231-tf 23 North Market Street, IMPORTANT THEIR TO AND- S0LDIERS WIDOWS. rnilOSK IXTEKESTEU AUK IIKKKI1Y X notified that I am Agent to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. uiaims oi tno anovo nature can Do pre sented, and their ullowanees obtained, bv appy! ing to WM. BRID'GES. Nt. Albans. May lUth. 1800 VT. TEANSCEIPT, ao:o PrintinGr OFFICE, ST. A BANS. JL A. CUTLDM, Propvietot All l'rintiug brought to this Office, both Tlaiu and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten Hon, at prices as low as tho times will admit. Wo do our work much better than cau any Oflico that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sake of depriving us of it, and wo aro ready to comparo our work with any similar class of printing done in tho eitios, both in neat nose and price. Hand your ordora into the Transcript Book and Job Printing Establishment if you tako any prido hi having your printing dono in a work' manliko mannoi EY Stylo ot Fall and Wintor Cans Just re nl at wai. ri.Hiuiii, a lo b. We Challenge the World. Mi rP.HE subscribers having removed their placo X of businesss to Pun miry Streot, would ro spectrally stato to tho citizens of St. Albans and vicinity, that they aro thankful for past favors conferod upon them, and aro now prepared to do nil klmU of work in tlivtr line of Uuil- iii-iM, and respectfully ask a continuance of their patronage. N. B. Particular attention paid to ovcn-oacji- ing and mtcrtenng horses and a Biiro euro war ranted or no pay required. Lamo horses of all liumo umuil I II1U(U is uu uuiu in mum. F. L. WOOD & CO. 21My Foundry Street. F, L. Woou, O. A. V. Wood. BY TELEGRAPH For the Vtrmont Traiifcript, LATEST NEWS. FROM WASHINGTON. New York, 24th. A Loudon cable despatch says, letters from Abyssinia state that stneo the de parture of Englishmen, that country hns been plunged Into the most lament able state of nnarchy. Three leaders who are competing for Theodore's suc cession are making war ono against the other, nnd deluging the country with blood. In view of the complication likely to grow out of Cuban affairs, Spain is ac tively engagod in putting her army and navy upon an efflclont war footing. Letters from Japan announce that Yeddo is soon to be dcclarod tho capital of the empire; tho harbor of that olty and of Nogatto have been thrown open to commerce. New York, 24th. AWashineton despatch says, tho flnnl action of the Republican caucus of yes terday, in regard to the Tenure of Office Act, give3 general satisfaction to the dominant party in Congrcs?, and to the President. The ship carpenters employed on the Stcycns battery, at Hoboken, have been discharged by Gen. McClellan because they objected to a reduction in wages from $3 to $2.50 a day. Providence, R. I., 24th. The Assembly has passed the bill granting tho petition of the Boston, Hartford and Erie R. R. Companies to build a track from this city to the State line at Cumberland, and the same will probably pass the Senate. This m ens use has been urged for three or four yoaiv. Omaha, 24th. Reports from Fort Steele state that Lieut. Young, with a company of mounted infantry has pursued tho In dians who recently captured stock, &c, overlook them in the direction of Fort William, surprised their camp, killed several, dispersed the others, and recap tured the others. San Francisco, 24th. TheWhito Pine excitement is unabat ed ; the rush of ptople thither is in creasing, and new nnd rich discoveries are already incorporated hero to work the White Pino mines, and others are still being formed at the rate of 3 to 5 a day. Latj Alaska advices report business quiet. Rich gold diggings have been discov ered in British Columbia, 80 miles from Cariboo. London, 24th 3:30 a.m. The debate on the bill for the dises tablishment of the Irish Church was resumed in the House of Commons last night. Mr. Gladstone concluded tho debate. He reviewed tho course of tho bill, and the arguments which had been made for and against it. He declared that a now policy was necessary for Ireland, and this was the first step de manded by the unanimous voice of the the majority. Mr. Gladstone lcsumcd his seat amid deafeniug cheers, and the House divid ed on motion that tho blil bo read a second time, with tho following result : yeas, 308 ; nays, 250 majority, 118. The announcement of tho result was loudly cheered ; the cheers were taken up by the people in the lobbies, and an immense crowd outside, who joined In the applause with the wildest enthusi asm At 3 a. m., the House adjourned over the holidays. London, 24th a.ru. Consols, i)3j 5-20t, 83 ; Erie, 24J ; I. C, 07. New Yonic, 24th. Curtis, Shafer & Co's sugar refinory, on Franklin street, was burned this a. m., with a largo amount of sugar ; the loss is heavy, but the amount has not been ascertained. Weather clear and pleasant, wind south east. Washington, 24th. For the first time in tho history of the Government, the Society of Friends is strongly represented in tho throngs around the Departments. Two strong delegations from .Pennsylvania arrived yesterday. The President is prepared to appoint Quakers to the Indian agencies, but these agents are so intimately connected with tho army In their movements that objection is made by tho ultra peace men. Tho present object of tho Society is to discover whetlier arrangements can be made which will reconcllo the dutle3 of tho oflice with tho anti-war views of the Friends. New York, 24th. Gold 1811.