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Tlio trial going r n In Now York bctn ecu the
I!et. Itulus W. Griawold and hit wife, to s.t
asido a divorce, presents tho reverend gentle
man In a very bad light. Wo opy the testi
mony of a lily well known Id Hid literary
"Ann S. Stephens, awnrn, says I know the
libe'lant; I only knew the icspondeul hy cor
responding; I became acquainted with nun ai
tho office of Park Henjamin, in Warren street. I
In the city of New York, shout twelve yca.s
ago ; I know nothing 1 f tho marriage of lihcll
ant and respondent except from liesrsny;
know of anv subsequent marriage bet
t.Atun. ...l ..t piei-nl from hearsay
onlv know from report how long bhetl.int was
.......,. I .e . I.!- .1.
paying attention to ins iasi ne ueiue m ui- , -. j
voice; Jdonot know of any apoa or letters Inch, lho provision ofihu bill Impose sovcro
received liy said lady ; I'only know of the te- penalties and restrictions. Tho following is a
apondcni' hcallh'hy her letters, which always synopis :
complained of ill health ; 1 know the general j "The bill provides that it shall be the duly
character of Iluft s W. Oriswold for truth ; 1 of our co.nuls abroad, upon application and
hate known it for twelvo years t it is so derid-1 satisfactory eiidooce, lograntacerlificale'lu any
odly bad that I would not believe him on his person desirous of emigrating to this country,
honor or his oath ; I am over twenty-one years which ceitifiratn shall statotho name age, birth
of age, and resldo in tho city of New York ; I Jacc, and trade or profession of tlio applicant,
e .l.- .1.. ....... ..r .1 1.I...M... ....I l.i. ... ..ill. n .1 -1 ln .I...I l.a I. ..r..,....t an. I
.. t !,.. ..J!.,!,..!... t i '
to him : I havo'been so cversinco'l knew him, I
becauto it was pruved to tny satisfaction that he deuce, it is 10 lie preserved hy tho consul. It
preached tho gospel some timo after ho waa dis- is made tlio duty of one consul to notify anolh
missed from the chureh It.at gate him lite au- cr, when he otitaina iofoiuiation that certain
thority; when libelant was employid to get partiea are fntendiitg to sail from th'j port where
up a design for Grab im'a Maga.inc, his name ( tho latter resides, who in turn shall notify tho
was conspicuous among the first six or eight ship-master and prevent tho cnth&rkation with
greatest men in tho country ; because in six or out tho proper certificate,
eight different instances it haa been prowd to I Any master of any vessel belonging in the
me that ho has been gutliy of wanton and mil-1 United States, who rccci.es on board an etni
icioua falsehoods ; because I bilicvo him to be t grant without audi certificate, is tu bo liable to
a hypocrite in religion, a charlatan in literaturo a fmo of fifty dollars and imprisonment lor one
and a had man everywhere; I havo always year. If any icsscl shall brini 10 this country
spoken of hitn in terms not of hostility, bet of mmo than twenty emigrants without such rci
contempt and condemnation j I havo spnkcn of tificates, the vessel itself shall be forfeited to
him to Mrs. Lydia 11. Sigotirnoy, Airs. Gen. the United Stiles. Any shipmaster bringing
Gaines, and to many others; I don't rememlicr to this coantty any alien, knowing him ur her
of ever saying I would ruin him, or nurds 10 to be sn idiot, insane, apauperora felon, shall
that effect; lam not perionslly acquainted with upon conviction, be fined fifty dollars and im
Mis Charlotte A. Giiswold; hare corresponded prisoned one year. Any vessel owned wholly
with her ; havo received sumo two or thiee let- or in part by a citizen of tho Unhid States,
ters from her; don't know if she spokn oftho which shall transport nlicns to this country in
divorce in her le tors ; I havo not her letters to violation of this act, shall bo fotfeited, and her
me. nor copies of lliem j I have had no cortea- captain fined fivo thousand dullsts, and be im
pondencs with thu lady to whom ho is now 1 prisoned ono year."
married, and don't know her personally ; lhivo!
had no cortcsponder.ee in regain to the divorce 1 .ri r n . , ,
nor to recard to mv nersot.al f.-elinr. I ,1.,,,'. .FT ")X resolution was adopted at
know of anything in favor of libellant.1
Trov and GncssritLn RAttaoAD. The an
nual meeting of the stockholders of this road
was held at C-hailcmont.on Wednesday. Tho
ao uciu a v-lldliciliuill, Ull (I I'lllie'tUJV. 1,0
iting president of tho corporation. D. N. Car-
ler, opened .1,0 meeting w i,, ,,o remark.
unon the nrcsent condiiinn'sml nrn.ner to ,r tl,
road, lho encouragement they had for renewed
cflbrl, and Ihe increased probability ofseruring
very toon a working road on both tides of the
lunnel, and at no very distant day, of the com-
fiction of lho tunnel iisnlf.
Colonel Cncker of litchburg, spoke at cone "cuncr moro or lesa than waail.uic by lho i of the MIsourinns, or protect nctualscl
length of the opposition ami vexations evperi- Pco.l, of KbaSe Iihni- They have acted "in C1 their civil right.. Tho views of the
diced in obtaining the charter, and the discour- ""' 0'iSlnJl 'creign capacity in forming" a , tl,i...Iv.Iia nominee upon ibis Issue have
agemrnta and perplexities that had all attended (.'"""oment, nm! therefore they were not accord- . , , , , ,. , . .
them, and , faprcvented the success of the i"S ' I'-e. dent Pierce, "bound to conform to ""' ,."",e l'U. " -now of ,
wo.k, but showed from bis t.wn expttienee, v role, or forms of proceeding not instituted "ne a" to , jwok for liim. llut it may
that it was what must bo expected. He then h! ihemsclvcs." It would be impossible lo find j '"'erred that the South considers his
presented the aubject in the light that ho view- any form ol w0'il hcttcr calculated lo show the I H"'! orthodoxy, according lo their .tail
ed it, said that lho wotk ronld bo, and must bo Propriety of the action of tlio Kanaasitcs than jdard, sound past question,
accomplished, and that l.o stocd ready to put lhat which was drawn up in 1812, hy the very! Under these circumstances we should be
his shoulder lo the wheel, and urge it on. man w'10 n,,M' Intends to play the part ot chief I recreant to our priuciples, und rucrrant to
Tho utmost good feeling prevailed, and a botcher of people who have, at the inmost, on-1 what wo consider the beat interests of the
firm determination was manifested lo sustain ty exercised that "right of revolution" which j country, to support au h a nomination. No
lho proacnt reapoi slhlo parties who have con- w" claimed for all men by the Democrats oH wrs0, ,,, t,0 uurleWing, uncoiiiiiromlsin'
tracted to build the road. fourteen years ago. Had any Democrat dare.l j ,,,,,., 0- llie r SUv ' cnn
The following gentlemen wcreclected dircc "J nfh,ng against the right in 1812, he ) cii, B OUP r, al,ollr ,., rr ,,).,,,
of Ilostoo. D. N. Carpenter of n,.R,bl. HI.
ward V. Serroll of New York, Kheneier
Maynard of Shclhurno Falls, James K. Mar-
shall of North Adams, General Potter of Pow-'
nal, Vermont. '
Vo understand that the contractors lijve a
win fl"-rV 7IT 1,0 ranu! whi1cI';
Will na naoivcil nnii cf im m vinrL-i,U
immediately. It cuts an eight loot hole and
conveys lho chips of iia cutting back of tho I,0''n'inS Mr- Meachara Chairman of tho Corn
machine so as to be easily removed. Cmn- 'mitleo on the District of Columbia, and of Mr.
fiiM Gatitle, Meacham says :
ri... t.. t r . . Mr. Meacham is tlx scholar of tho House.
Col. Ioemost. In referenco to the pro ha- i.ij. ii . f . .. . 1
i ,;, ,. .i ... . , , t ,. besides being a man of conservative views.
b.lity ot tho opposition urn Ing upon lis dis- v. .,. it it - 1 .
ii...i.i.if.i r r .i ti t , t'roni our personal knowledge of him, wo feel
linguithed Californian for he Presidency, tho . ,t i i. . , . . ,
San Francisco Journal remarks , ."rla'n thl1 1,0 Joe' '"" J"mPa""M "''
ni u.fi p ii i.t' i "llraismnf any anrt on any quest on. Posses
en ImI'?! " iS n e " b0 "m iecell. judgment and great firmnea, of
","J d.al.1r nn:m- ."'"'-'' character and purpose, he is neverthelesl. a
I'uojcsa uiu eii'inenis tu nonu aniv lo a lamer
stronger before the people, probahly, than anv
man before the cou ntry. Aware of hi. inl..
rant strenr-th. .nmrfnf t., m., i r
Ihe democratio paily were desirous of making
uxient npr hint ihtn'mu ..tl.sir i.a.
(Uh -r. el' i f. "," of un6 . II.. long experience in Congress h thoro gl
fnakin, EL T '"T' J" ' " ' character of the
, !i nr ' resources and m da- . tommuni , f ,,.
voloptng her great wealth, would render him .,.. Z. .., .... ,... . , ..
him their nominee. Hut hewn, found to ho.?." 'i- '' repmatioi. h the pro.
.o Inflexibly opposed to .he whola Nebraska
busine,,, that he wa, dropped by them like a
i.t ...i i. i. ...
mil Nebraska vote-enough to elect him, and
t,av mn .,n.l.M f .1 .... .. I. !.'."'
have sumo bundled Of thousands to snare.
Fremont's policy of courso would be tu make
file Paciflo Railroad, through the Ccntratrovte,
the great meaauro of hii AJiuinislralinn.
This is what wa want jo California a Trcai
dent that will make this great national work
paramount to all others, and Instead of fritter
ing away bis opportunities of doing good by
throwing fire-brands among the people., and em
bittering tho feelings of sectionalism, will uso
his position to bind together more eltoiigly the
diderent parts of tho Union wth bauds of
And lko immersed in his physiological lea
sonread on "The heart is ofu conical shape,
""unto t e inurax, just within tho ster
num, a little Inclinlnrr to the etl .i,V M,
Partington laid down her knitting wotk, and,
luunng oor ine lop or her spectacles, aaid,
"la that so, Isaaot" Ho assured her thai it
was. She paused a moment, as a musa will
occur in lho breath of lho winds ai limes, oslf
wciu iuiu itieir caves lor a ttimulanl pre
paratory to going on a fresh blow. "I'm shore"
said she, striking out, "I don't ,ce anylhln"
comical In its shape, and (f It is within tho
sternum, tho story must ha true thai Paul used
to tell ahout the aoldicr Ihat lho tailor played
such a r,aolt on." Ike looked Up and coaacd
rolling up tho corner of the leaf ho wa. read
ing. Ho w ent to lho lailor," continued she,
II e tailor, vvbo was a fuaoy man, put It i ,he
Mad pari ofhiapantaWtn'. "
back. 1 ho man wa a coward. and ,uo away
and ss ho was getting over a wall, . to,diJr
struck him right on the broasiplaie wjih hi.
bsyonel, and pushed him overtbut diJn't hurt
hiin. Ho said w hen he got up tlu( the tailor
knowed whero his heart was better than ho
lid. I always thought it wit joke till now."
1'he damo smiled at the remfniscenec, and tho
old rigid-profdo of tho corporal oil' tho wall
even seemed lu borrow a ray of benignity, and
Ike laughed tremendously, kicking tho slnro
dour emphatically as an accompaniment. Ilo
read vn. Motion Post.
As Important Dim. lit Covimtas. On
Thursday last, Mr. Smith of Ala , Introduced
'" . ne uuu,c, . u, ...pre.,. , t,por.a.,u
"I" ' of foreign criminals, paupers,
- - - ' , ,,,.', 1 '
idiots, lunstics, and insane and blind persons.
I K...1.h.ta, din tin, real excellence of such a
! mcaanre as i. proposed hy this h I Is stated
'that it will lio opposed to the last extremity.
Tho niiti-Atiierie.iis stigir.atiso it as a Know
Kllil. in...i.mnl fin.l will fir.1.1 it lnl. lit,
n.i.. i.i..t . M....,..,..i.i a .'1
of the cerlihcale, will, an abstract of the evl-
"Dorr meeting," held at Coocord, N. II., in
tho year 1812:
RtsolvtJ, That when the people act in their
original aovcrcizu capacity In furmine and a-
dopling new aysieraa of government, they are
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bU."d ,U '", "y,'ul" f-""
VTfm' ' i"""0leJ b """"l""-"
This resolution, so pointed and emphatic, de-
additional importance from the facl that it
w" v'u' trd otrercd by no less a man than
""U'" fierce, now President of tho United
Stales, who is at present engsged in endeavors
I" "l'ul do'wn"' the people of Kansas, who havo
It was then Ihe principal article of ihe Dome,
cratie creed that Ihe "right of revolution" w aa
held by the people, and that it waa tho most
precious of all rights, worth all other rights,
indrcd, combined. Dotlon Chronicle.
Ho.t. M. McACitAst. The Washington
E'eninS Sl" Speaker Hanks for ap.
..i i t -.l . . . -
nubile man endowed Wl h nrnner lil.omtiiu f
' f.i.,.17 ! ' . 1 , .. ' " m Taii
' "7 proiounu accomplishment.
.i.ersry .nu Kienmio mm, must necessa-
I'TJ ?1. '"m ' ''T.' f"ian "d
r..r- l: t , 1 .. """
'5 , Zr Z T Z , "T vr
' j ' ' 11, ' n "T . P,"
"ct for htm the most enlightened and nooulsi
1 11,1 ,hn ""S" 60 f as known
i il" history of CongKSS.
The taller damsel who, althoup.Ii 'a lectio
oruisn neow, i.ao sren lho lime when she was as
good as erer'she was- waa looking straight in
lho eyes of her companion i her mouth anelun
gatcd 'O!' and her eyes protruding like a cliame
Ion's. And .his waa Ihe languago that was
spoken : 'Oli-h-1 hoi thai accounts for it! that
tells the whole story I Yes, yes oh, yes !
'Yes :' Ki to Miss Zopl.insti, 'them so.'
Szshc-tli - sil'tcan'tbepossib i 'sisho ' 'tiz-jo I
Sal, 'Who told you sxl. 'Ahhy, seishe.
'Heen payln' 'tention for weeks and weeks!
Who'd ha thunk it t '.peeled lo bo married in
less'n few mmiths I Sal, 'did Mis-Zompkins
sreilt Sishc, ,'ho Jul, with her own eyes.'
Sal, 'I neter heer'd the beat on it, in all my
born day. ! She, 'Nor I, too I What w ill
Deacon M say when he comes lo hear on
ft! and our minister! ! Oh, my, myl' Sz.
' I hey must hear on it aoon but you musn't
say anything aboout It to anybody, and for mas.
sysakea don'laay Ihat I tc'j you of it. 1 don't
lactly b'lievc it mystlf' Thus Ihe benevolent
old erectors' ran on, their hands busy in mak
ing garments for 'the noor. nd tl.pv ihst hsil
mmo to help them,' while their tongues werq
'swift o do evil' lo the reputation oi'aomo vil
lagogirl, whose probable crime It was lobe
pretty and young. SpirH of the Timet.
A Cuss Shavc A while aen. one hotdav
4 very woafihy miser (if ihiscity die! of cholera
and jt was found necessary lo placo his body in
lho coffin without removing his usual apparel.
Ono of Ilia heirs, who was standing by,.sugges-
jui 09 uv im hh peing lastcneu, scarcu
ing lho dead mail's pookets, which wna de-no.
und lho searchers found an ordinary monoy-belt
around the corpse, conislning over $5000 worth
of notes, bills, CAiceo T(i6un.
SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1850.
Mit. rii,r.3ioiin nomination.
The nomination nf Jlillanl Fillmnro ns n
.....ii.i., - r, il, I'rr.iilini-e. he tlio Imp
Atl,cri(.HI, Convention at Philadelphia, nt in
tr;ct n(.C(maIu..0 ill, lho spirit manifested .,t
strict nrciril.iiico i t It tho unirit in.inilotoil nt
I, .. p . .... , .,
i'" f lb- "vtiUnl Couc,l wtm-
!bM 1,1 ..'"'l " fii,w prev.ou.ly.
( '' crrit,l ' 'inherit Influence nn.l
Southern votes, nidmlhy Northern iloughf.iccs
who grcntly luiiTt'lircseiitctl the wishes of
their cnu-lituciiclcs. It can only ho rcgaideil
ns another Jriuinpli of tho pro-Shivery Inter
est nf tho country.
Mr Fillmoro received tho nomination not
because of his pre-eminent merits ns a states
mnn, not becattsoof his personal strength ami
popularity in the section of tho Union In
which lie resides, not because of his sym
pathy for tho curdinitl doctrines of the Amcr-
'can party, not Iwcnuso ofany recent eapres-
ion "f hU views upon tho most exciting p..-
lilical topics of the limes, but becausu ho is !
regarited as tho cuibodimeiit, thojjrcat living
representative of the "Fugitive Slave law."
The fact that he was President when that
ndious measure was enacted by Congress, niul
that he lent it nil the we'ght and support of
his official positiuu,sn fur won upon the good
graces of the slaveholders that they embraced
lho first opportunity of signifying their ap
proval. 1 hey adhered to him in the Whig
National Convention of 1853, mid they havo
succeeded in making him a candidate for tho
Presidency in 1850.
When .Mr Fillmore was President we sup
ported his administration to the best of our
ability. We co-tncldeil In ihe belief' that the
Compromise .Measures,' so called, were to
be regarded as a elelinitive settlement of the
question of Slavery, so i'ur ns Congress was
concerned. Desirous of allaying agitatinn
we, somo'.vhut reluctantly -it li true, defended
nil thenhntc measures, willing to make all
reasonable concessions for the snkc of peace.
Since llien new positions have U-en nsaunn.il
by the South, nn.l carried through the aid of
the prcseiitndminiktratlnu, which hate chang
ed the wholo aspect of lho Slavery question.
Tho Missouri Compromise, which had been
regarded as hscsciI of the force of a con
stitutional compact, has been repealed; and
territory In which "involuntary servitude, ev
cept fur crime, was forever prohibited," has
been Qieneil to the Incursions nf chattel slav
ery. The I'suo now before tho ptttple is
whether Freedom or Slavery shall prevail In
the territories; whether the general govern
ment shall aid and nbet the 'border-ruflinn-
l' ' l r lb. people. Suel, w. .re
I ""I'P? to M"sy'' 1,11,0 Bcnernl sentiment of
Ihe Freemen if Vermont, nnd we trust of
moHt of tho Northern States.
What the elTccts of ibis nomination upon
the coming national election will be remains
to bo developed. It is vet too early to siieak
wilh any degree of confidence. Woarutiuito
sure, however, that Mr Fillmore will receive
but very few votes in this Stale. A lew fns
sil politicians of the very grey' stripe, w ho
lire in constant leau Tor Ihe safety of the Un
ion, may hail his nomination with some de
gree of joyj hut the mass ofour citizens will
support Ihe man, by whatever parly nominal,
ed, who tiesl represents the interests of Free.
ilom. In the South the candidate who Is the
mot reliable exponent of Slavery will secure
their undivided strength; and as ihe Demo.
crats havo n faculty of out-bidding all com
petitors In this line, It Is safe, to predict that
their nominee will receive the rotes of every
Southern State. lender lluso circumstances
we caunot believe that the electoral vote of a
singlo State will be given for Millard Fill
more. Latee raon Eciorx. Hy the arrival of
the Halite at JNew York, on Tuesday, ne
have Liverpool dntrs to Fob. 20th. The
new. is unimportant.
Vo have no fillings of lho mlssliigateatner
Pacific, which is now 43 days out from Liv
erpool. All lho vessels which have reached
this country from Europe, report tho exis
tence of unusual quantities of ice and Ice
bergs off lho Hanks of Newfoundland, and
many of ihciii have etifilrcd considerable in
juries. It s suppuscd tls.it the missing stea-
mer encountered some of these obstructions
und cither sunk nt once or became o disabled
as to render it ncressary fur her to put back
to England. She has not been unheard from
so long ns the Atlantic was a few years since,
und it is to ho hoped that her escape from im
pending dangers will be as successful ns was
that of her consort.
The Pence Confeinnce, composed of lho
Envoys of England, Frajicc, Sardinia. Tur
key, Itussia and Austrlu, assembled at Paris
an lho 23d ult. Confidence in the speedy ter
mination of the war is felt.
The excitement respecting the difficulties
between England end lho United Stales is
subsiding. It is generally believed In Eng.:
land, judging from the tone of her press, that
all Ihu matters In controversy will be amica
The London TiWj says that the 18th Itcrr.
in.ent and n battalion ol Itlllcs are to bo dis
patched to Canada, nnd several other Regi
ments will soon follow, so na to conctntrotoa
powerful forca In that country, Alarceforcc
of Uritish sloopsflf-ivor is also to be concen
trated in the Canadian waters.
Nothing of importunco bus occurred in the
Crimea except the destruction of Fort Nich
olas, which wos blown uti on the 4th till
unu Hundred and six thousand pounds of
powucr was placed In the mines, and at one
o'clock. P. M., the ox plosion took ulace. A
low line of riiinsls nil that romalns qfthat
once miung fortress.
Hear Admtrnl Dtiudna has been appointed
In tho command of lho Baltic Fleet. Tho
Husstnns aro strengthening their fortifications
in iIio-jo trntcrs.
CoKnacasioKAL. -During tho past Ytrck
u.. 1. i . i.'ii .1..
constrnction nf t,n sloops-of-wor, tho cost f
which lll nimrtin. to ubout five million, of
dollar.. Tho elecloncn-oof Senator Trmn.
hull nf Illinois has Ihtcii debated and decided.
The constitution of that State provide, that
., Jnelgo f the Supremo Court shall l dig-
iblo lo anv other uflicc durimr lho term for!
which ho was elected, nor for the nvn sue-1 cf Wlnchealer, N. II., formerly a resident -f Ibis j ling additional llema of claim. The County Court
cording yo.irs. Judge Trumbull w as elected j ,lluf?f ,u over by the down freight train of , allowe.1 Ihe amendment to bo m.le. lo which Wal
to the Senate In contravention of this provls-1 Connecticut Itl.er Ilsilroad. near l'rosfa eros. ker excepted. The Supreme Court decided that
tun, . ml the Governor consequently refused
I,, give the usual certificate. ThoSenatedo
cidcil that he was entitled to his scat by 35
cn.to8.... 1 hat body took the ground
that the Constitution of tho United State. Im-
pose, nil lho restriction, that can operate in
the ctelimi of Sunolors.
In the House the majority of tho Commit-
. . , . ,
t.o on Lite ions have made n voluminous re-1
IKirt uikii, tho Kansas flection case, in which
they set forth tho necessity of sending for tier-
n.an,l papers, and ofTercl a resolution lo i
that effect. The minority of the committee
dissent fiom lite conclusions of lho majority
and recommend the sending of commissioners
to take testimony instead.
New HAMrsniic Electiok. 'Ihe annual
Stato election in New Hampshire takrs place
on Tuesday nf next neck. Judgo Schuyler
of Kansas is now addressing the citizens of
Cheshire County in various places. IIesKkc
at Winchester ml Monday evening, at West
murcland oil-Wednesday evening, and at A.
stead nn Thursday evening. The mo.t stren
uous efforts are put forth hy the Admiiiistrn.
tioni.U to carry the Stale, as their success In
rotves the continued Ht!iticl existence of
Franklin Pierce. Every vestigo of n chnnre
for his rc-numinnliun at Cincinnati will be
swept ana by his defeat in New Hampshire.
The contending furcca apjtcar lo be very
cqunlly balanced, and it is difficult to predict
the result. The friends of cither tuny tin
not speak confidently.
7Wn .lreffng im JlratlUloro.Thc annual
Town meeting on Turlay, wss held tn the new
Town Hall for the Erst lime, snd the contrast be
tween that and former meetings in point of com
fort and eonteolcnee was very Citorsble. The meet
ing was orgvnlseJ by the choice of Charles Cbsnln
Esq., Moderator. The fallowing board of officers
was duly elected :
Lsfayrlte Clark, Clerk and Treasurer,
Samuel Knight, "i
1.11 Sargt.t, V Selectmen.
rUaiuel Ijirl, y
Samuel Earl, Overseer of Poor.
S. P GoodcnGUgh, f
Ashev Spencer, LUiers.
Tioutby Vinton, )
Keith White, Constable and Collector.
N. D. VtilliHon, f
Joseph Goodhue, Auditors.
George L. Itowley, ' )
Han. P. Klngsley, Fence Viewers.
Henry C. Fisher, )
nrlooenooghj Town Orsnd Jurors.
Geo. Newman, Scaler Weights anj Measure.
Alfred Simonds, Inspector of Leather.
Orlen Pratl, Pound Keeper.
A. E. ltwlnell. Town Agent.
Samuel Root, Trustee,
lloswclt Harris, Sup't. Schools.
I'rora the Report of tho Auditors we learn that
the wholo cspeoses of the Town during the past
year (exclusive of the builJIng of tho Town Hall,
which is otherwise proved fur,) amount to f 0108,
47, distributed as fullows i
For Highways, 8813.80
" Laud Damsges, 12o.0)
" Injuries on Highways, 821,111
" Abatements and oier assessments, HO.t)
" Costs, and Lawyers fees, 103.18
" Support f l'ecr, OOI.rJ
" West River Bridge Xole and Ins. 630.00
" Interest on U, a Fund, 800.93
" do on Temporary Loaus, 00.40
" do on Town Hall Xole, 30.00
" Wood, Oil, & Furniture for Hall, 00.72
" Stationery, 4,23
" Town Offices, 4SI.82
" Pebts due and unpaid, I077.Oi)
The Town has received from various sources,
daring the same period, $5550.31, as followa :
From Collector, Tax of 1853, 250 25
" do " 1851, 483.62
" do " 1855, 4511.70
' Fioes recovered, 4e. 118.00
" Bents, and Miscellaneous, 182.05
Th. Town owes outstanding orders.
On Town Hall .Not. & Interest due,
The estimates for the ensuing year aro :
For the above debts $2015.01
" Town Hall Note, 8500
- Interest on Town Hall debt 1120
Less by rents of IIsll,
interest on V. a. Deposit,
Support of Poor,
Unprescnted Claims, and Interest,
To meet which there Is due the Town $354 C7;
leaving 81011 07 unprovided furl the Auditors
therefore recommended the laying of a tax of 40
per ccut on Ihe Grand List of 1850, to be paid In
to the treasury by tho 1st of September next; al.
so a Highway Tax of 20 ptr cent on the same list.
Both of theso rcoomtuendatlona were complied
with, and votes vere passed ordering the above
taxes to be raised.
The following votes were then passed t
I'oleJ. That theTrensurcr.SeloclmenandOrer.
seers of the Toor of tho Town, Trustee of Ihe Do.
posit of the United States, and Liquor Agent, be
and hereby are Instructed to prepare, publish, and
distribute full reporta of the expenditures and re.
celnts of their respective departments for each year,
at least two wceka prior 'to March meeting which
terminates such official yesr.
i oieo, i nai ine eeicctuien no invited to embody
in such publication sucA estlmatea of expenses for
the succeeding year,' aad such suggestions of fu.
ture polleyj as may appear to them promotive of
the publlo good.
For County Commissioner under tho liquor law
127 ballots were oast, all of which wero for Qoorgo
Snow Storms and Snow. Winter has depart,
cd and left his overcoat which shows no signs of
being worse for tho wear. Wo doub(, If eter before
within the memory of tho oldest Inhabitant the
first of March ever v. itnesscd so great a quantity cf
anow as now covers the ground throughout the
northern portious t the United Stales. Full tlx
feet of snow lias fallen In this oounty the present
winter thus far, and tho amount In reserve is yet
to bo measured. Nearly all the storms have been
sncecwled by "blows", which havedrificd the snow
and Impeded tho traveling, especially on Uallroads.
In this vicinity tin highways havo been more ob
structed by the storm of 8sturdsy night last than
t. .11 ll.-l --0-ftt.v.t II. The Wllintnirton
..... -.f -..t .11.1 n,.i .rt ..-.ill
KIltZT. UIIC .1IUIIM-.T lll.'I HltlH. ..-.... -.
iTumilsr evcnlniri ami the Whitinsham itscr, uoe
""l" " Is" "'J
Wrf-Jv .venlng. The pa.nger Ir.ln whiah
Ift,h" -uornlng, j
1"4 '" JucJ.y e.ening. On lb. ,
CDjeltail Rim Railroad the tra In. have U.n
grM"' "" "f
F't'l Itailroad .Icciiinl Timothy Msdlscn, '
;,,nf,,n VM-;,,n """? '"tmi'
l-Urt!y kulrf. Hi. body w Urribly man-
glcil. When first sen he was tying on the track
11 .. 1 1 . M. I.... .I.- ..!.. aH hM. I,
( B,,ImpoMU)1(, loeIlMk ,, , ,up.
, u , A, of ntol,MtIoni u U, trwU
Lad. It evident lht hi. locorootion.pmlous tohU
I jMtn H ,try uucerudn.
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SMt'i .florfrey. John N. Baiter ,Eeq. .being
,Uu, , nmm , tu w J (f.
w of Buu,, M ,0 ,hlcli HU
u ,,t r ,. rw. i...
pointed It. W. (Tarke. Ei , of this pla lo 811 the
rMlnCv. Mr Clarke will bold the office until the
vacancy. Mr Clarke will bold the offic. until the ; in, , , of a n the dy Mmti
th. 1st of December of th. present year. ,nJ ,hl clhtr ufor, lhit d,y ln4 uflre
.Wis sal's School, AVe are Informed that the they had notice of the award, revoked. The Coun
SprlngTerm of Mine Hunt's School will commence ty Court btld that the relocation was too late, and
on the 18th Inst The Institution is rapidly win-! the Supreme Court affirmed the Judgment, hold.
nhtg the favor of lbs comiouolty.
C2T The attention cf our readers, and especially
of those visiting Heston, is directed lo the adver
tisement of 0. IV. Warren & Co. That home Is
one of the oldest tn Dston. It has long been cel.
ebrsted as the place where gtods are sold cheap,
and at 'one price.'
tV We learn Ihat Oen. Charles Robinson, Gor.
ernor elect of Kansas, will address Ihe eitlteos In
this place, on Mondsy evening nest. It Is report
ed that a Republican Club will b organised after
Supreme Court. The February Term of the j on trial thst the plaintiff claimed a balance dae fur
Supreme Court, for Windham ss, 1850, waa held rent of less than $100. The judgnieut of the
at Newfsoe last week. Present, Hon. Isaac T. , County Court was affirmed, but no opinion was ds
Htorirui, Chief Judge Hoo'e PirarotsT Isuam, litcrol tn the cae, the Court merely ordering the
and Milo L. Utsstrr, Assistant JnJjres. The M-
lowing is an abstract of the proceediogs s
G. a Hau. vs. Vt. Mass. R. It Co.-UI. wss
an action of book account for various services snd
expense while the plaintiff wss a director of lbs
company. The Auditor allowed the account, to
which several exceptions were taken. This Court
affirmed the la lgmenl, with the exception of an
Hem fur services in Boston in procuring snbscrip-
nons mr sicca, wnicu wss uisuiowed. He Item
waa for $30, leaving a Judgment in favor of the
plslnlirl of nearly (800.
J. 1). Bradley and D. & 0. B, Kellegg for plain
tiff; K KIrkland fmr defendants.
Wn. II. Svow vs. 0. N. rAososs, it At Thla
case came to thla Court upon etccptloua lo Ihelte
port of a Referee. The plaintiff owned a aaw-mill
upon a stream lu Dover, or Somerset, ami the de
fendanU erected a Tannery up Ihe stream, and al
lowed the spent tan bark to flow down the same.
ani partially fill up the plaintiffs mill-pond, and
clog up his wheel, for which damage this action
was brought The defendant offered to prove that
it was the nalversal custom In New England for
tinners to throw lho sprat Ian-bark Into Ihe
stream and suffer It to float down, and that no tan
nery could be profitably used without so disposing
of tho spent bark. The testimony wss cxduJed
by the referee, to which exception was taken.
The Court decided that the testimony was adtnissa
ble, an I the case was reminded for another trial.
C. N. Davenport for plaintiff; J. V. Bradley and
Butler & Knowlton for dcfeudanls.
Cniaixs Bioop vs. J. J. Ckasoali This was
scire facias against Ball. The point decided waa
this that the declaration was defective because it
did not stats thst tho plaintiff filed his affidavit nn
dtr the statute upon taking his execution against
the body, or state that the defendant tn tho execu
tion was not a cltlicn of Ihe United States.
It W. Claris and J. J). Bradley &r plaintiff;
E. Kirklaud and A. Keyes fur defendant.
Isaao B. Biatrn vs. Ciuatts CuAnx. Towns
ley & Sons sued Barber and attached certain goods,
obtained Judgment, and had the goods attached
sold on execution by Sheriff Chapin. Barber
thereupon sued Chapin In trespass for the goods.
Townsley & Sons replied, tn the name of Chapin,
selling up the process of attachment and aale la
which Barber answered that Ihe goods were held
by him as trustee for his wife and children. The
defendants thereupon offered to prove that the ar
ticles bought by Barber of Townsley k Sons, and
tor wbtch the latter sued him and attached goods
in controversy, were necessarh s, and were bonght
by Barber for the nse of his wife and children,
and were In fact used by them; and tbedefendants
claimed to have the value of such necessaries de
ducted from the damsges in this action of trespass
by way or recoupment. The County Court exclu
ded the testimony and this Court affirmed the
C. N. Davenport and II, E. Stoughton for plain
tiff; J. D. Bradley for defendant.
Loxdoxoibkt vs A JDortiu This was an appeal
by Andover (rom an order of removal of a-nauner.
The Judgment of the County Court was In favorof
Londonderry, fo which Andover took several ex
ceptions. The following are some of the points de
Proof that a Town In 1781, had a Town Cterk,
Listers, and other town officers Is sufficient prima
facie evidence thst It was duly organised.- Under
the act 01 1770, ono year's continuous residence
between the years 1770 and 1 787 In any town gave
settlement therein, A derlvatlte settlement Is
acquired by Ihe children of a man hating a settle
ment In thls8tate, (hough such ohlldren are born
out of thla State; and It makes no difference how
long the father may have lived out of this Stale be
fore the birth of the child. In this caso the father
moved to New Hampshire about 1787, and did not
return to this State tilt 1825, The Court held that
all hla children, though born out of lho State, ac
quired a derivative settlement In tho town where
their father had a settlement at the time of his re
moval In 1787. l'ho declarations of a deceased
anceator are not admlasable In evidence to prove
residence. Certain depositions containing such
declarations having been admitted by tho County
Loun, toe juugmeut wa. reversed, and the case
remanded for a new triit.
Butler &Know!top and II. E. Stoughton fur
plaintiff; D. k 0. B. Kellogg and 8. Fullsm for
jAnxxIliu. v. Asa Wmtwootil Tb nlln.
tiff held a mortgage on a paper-mill. He jue4
his mortgagt aad obtained a decree of foreclosure,
but before the time ot 1 edemptlon run out the mill
ournw aown, Alter the tiro the mort. i,i,.,i
up from among tho ruin, a quantity of Iron
parts of the machinery used tn the milt Tho ma-,
chlnery wasfuteoea to the mill by boll., nuts,
cleats, bands, to., bu It oould'all be removed
without Injury lo the building. Afi.r tho Iron picked
up by the mortgsgora had bctn'dcrioslteil In anotb- J
er building. Weatworth, a creditor of the mort-i
gsgorr, attached the Iron and sold it on execution,
and HIIU sued him In trespass. Tho County Court j
held ttat the mscblnery vrss part of the real es-,
'til. sr..l nm-kiH.T the mortff-lire. to vrblch the
. " - ..
ueien isnt cscepieii. ine j-imi.i
,,h,0 M ' ,r.VdW J
J. U. 1 ;"'' ' for,
plslntifTt 11. 1. Stought.,, frdtfenJ.nt-
WlluA j ,, Wautr.a-Joy sued .
,vUr , , ,.,, lfl(MMl, An Au,j,0. ,
PII"tJ who made hb, report, after which Joy ,
moved for leave to amend his declaration by lnr.
the amenumcnt eouiu not r pcrmitieo niter report
made, vaealed the order allowing the amendment,
and ordered the case to be continued to tho Circuit
Term for trial upon the original declaration and
lh rqmrt. Several other questions wero roado and
argued, but Ihej became immaterial by the decis
ion on the allowance of the amendment
J. Roberts and Duller & Koowlton for plalntiiT;
A. Stoddard and C. K. field for defendant.
Moose k Ckake vs. EroDOAtn k Mtiun. The
submission to arbitrators required the sward to be
made and published on or btfur. a certain day
I Turned. The arbitrators made and published their
log Ihat publication to cce party was publication
L. 0. Mevl and D. & 0. 1). Kellogg for plain,
lis.; Keyes & Howe and J. D. Bradley tor defen.
G. C Hail vs. Roa WiiMwosrn. This waa
assumpsit for use and occupation, and waa referred
by agreement i the report of the Referee waa ac
cepted and Judgmeot rendered thereon for the
plaintiff by tba Couoly Court, to which the defend
ant excepted. Beveral questions were made but
the potot chiefly relied on was that the Couoly
Court hail not original jurisdiction. It appearing
entry to be rosde.
Keyes & Howe for plaintiff; E. KIrkland furde-
Ei.uv.ix Axinos vs Jon.i AtKTS. This wss
.f Ma Qwrs'a to set nsldo a ludiment rendered
by a Justice of Ihe IWeln fvvor of Aiken vs
Araidon. The sabslsnce of th eompUlnt was that
on the return dir of the Justice writ. Amldon was
I sick, and scnl an agent to the Justice wilh proof of
that fact, and to ask a continuance, but that Aiken
i persuaded the Justice that Aniidon was merelr
playing possum," and waa not sick at all; and
so Imposed open the Justice as to Indues hlra lo
refuse the conlluusnee. and render Judgment for
Alkm. The Cuonty Court held that tit complaint
set forth no sufficient ground fur relief, and Ihe
Supreme Court were of the same opinicn.
A. Stoldard fur plaintiff; U. U Stoughtcn for
Janes S. Baowx vs. Wnimir J. HircucocK.
This Is the "Palm Leaf case" which has excited so
much interest In the south part of the County.
Brown, a manufacturer of palm-leaf, let Hitchcock
have a quantity of leaf upon a written contract to
use or return. Hitehcok did not use it, and when
Brown called fur it. It was found U be milJswad
and spoiled. The County Court held that this was
a bailment demanding the exercise of ordinary
care, and lbs questlou submitted to the Jury waa
whether Hitchcock had In fact exercised such csre.
A great deal of testimony was produced on both
sides, to the admission of portions of which Ihe
e'efeadant excepted. Judgment was rendered tn
the County Court for the plaintiff, and the defend.
ant carried the cose lo the Supreme Court by ex
ceptions, chiefly to the admission of certain test!.
mony. We cannot make the questions decided In
telligible without a longer story Ihsn we have space
fur. The judgment of the County court was af
firmed. Butler Knowlton and II. E. Stoughton Tor
plaintiff; C. N. Davenport andJX 0. B. Kellogg
WnAxsLOW 1 olios vs. MoaQAX Wutrxxr.
Thla was on ejectment for a small strip of land. A
married woman owned a firm; her husband In
making fence enclosed a strip of adjoining tsnd,
aad It remained enclosed some thirty years. The
present plaintiff now owns the farm, and tbede
fendants having moved the fence back to where It
ought originally to have heen built, tho plaintiff
brings ejectment and claims title by odterse pos
session. The defendant offered to prove declara
tions of the husband made aoon after the fence waa
built by him tending to show that the possession
was not adverse. The County Court excluded tho
evtlenco on the ground Ihat lho declarations of the
husband eould not be given In evidence lo prevent
the wife's gaining title by possession. The de.
ftndant excepted, and the Supreme Conrt decided
that the evidence waa proper, and reversed the
judgment, and remanded the case for a new trial.
Keyes & Howe for plaintiff; E. KIrkland furde
fendant Hahiioid Cncncn v.. Vr. Vaiut B, B, Co
This waa an action to recover damages for a failure
to build Ihe plaintiff farm' road according to con
tract, In place of one destroyed in making the Rail
road, and also damagea for neglecting to dig and
keep clear a new channel for a brook across plain.
UfTsnicadow according to contract In the place of
the original channel cloaed up by defendants road.
The County Court rendered Judgment fur th. plain,
tiff, and the defendant took exceptions to tho con.
structton of the contract, which was In writing,
and also to tho admission of certain testimony.
We aro nnable within a reasonable space to detail
sufficient of tho caso lo mske the points Intelligible.
The Judgment waa affirmed.
J. D. Brldgman and D. 4 0. B. Kellogg tor
plaintiff; II. E. Stoughton for defendant.
The Court adjourned Saturday neon leaving
eight cases unheard, which were continued to the
Circuit Term for argument The Court have the
power to fix tho place of holding the Circuit Term
In cither of tho Counties composing thla Circuit,
which ,hey please. We feel as If vce had an equl.
ble olalm In consldemtlon of the amount of unlln.
Isbed business lo have thae Term held lu Windham
County. Whether the Court will take thst vlewof
tno auujeet remalua tone seen. We understand
that the Circuit Term will nrobablr bo held In
Ten dlvorcea were granted and thus twenty nn.
happy persons set at liberty. Two other petitions
were continued to the Circuit Term to afforil the
dlsconfed spouses an opportunity to patch up their
t jircsoni ueiecuro cases nun rurhr proof If Ob
Jbum KliclioA,, Below we give the officer,
elected In several of tho town, in this County. The
yote for County Commissioner .was very light, no
ballota being given for any candidate In some
places. We Infer that Mr. Fisher Is' re-elected.
Atuis. Town Cterk and Treasurer, Lyman
Alexander; Selectmen, Amos Davis, M. W. Dsvlt
Amos T. Dalit Constable, John D. Ehsfltr) List,
era M. W. Davit, Richard II. Hall, Truman I'lsoi;
Grand Juror, E. P. Bhattnck; Agent, Mtrk Ball;
School Superintendent, M. W. Davis s Vote for Cora,
mlasloner, W. R. Shatter, 18, Geo. Fisher 1.
DuxxtasTO. Clerk, Joseph Miller; Etlect.
men, Stephen Dutton, Chas. G. Roel, James H
Bargeanl; Trcaiurer, Martin Gates; Oierseet of
Poor, Stephen Dutton ; Constable, Wxa. 0. Miller
hitlers, John F. 8tearns, John K. Leonard, H. K,
Chamberlln; Grand Jurors, Wm. O. Miller, Be,.
Willard; Town Agent, Asa Dutton; Commissioner
Geo. Fisher 18. , .
Otitrnao. Cterk- and Treasurer, S. L. Tlant
Selectmen, Aaron C. Barney, Joseph Jscoli, A.
W. Putnam; Overseer of I'oor, C. Barneyi Coa.
stable Charles C. Lynde; Listers, Gsrdoer Drigp,
T. E. Burdick, W. W. Barney; Agent, A. C. Bar!
ney; Grand Jurors, h. V, Chapin, CirJntr
Brigs ) School Sojrlntendent, Jeremiah Green,
Malboo. Clerk and Treasurer, 7. Tfallaca;
Seleetmen, Hlmeon Adams, Rohlnson Winchester
Kcnas H. Whitney; Constable, Wilson M. WIncW
ter. Listers, John Worden, Jonsthan Ingrakio,
Arad II. Powers; Grand Jurors, Timothy M. Al.
ama; Agent, Dan. Mather. Geo. Fisher 7 major,
lty fur Commissioner. s
Yaaifox. Clerk, M. Whithed ; Selectmen, r.
Howe, John Hunt, W. II. Fslrman; T restorer,
Addison Whithed; Overseerof Toor, J.O, Hulk,
rrhevl; Constable, S. B. Johnson; Listers, E. B.
Brown, It S. Wood, A. II. Howe; Grand Juror,
A. If. Washburn; Agent, M. Whithed. No votes
for Commissioner. Voted to raise 20 cents oa the
dollar of the Grand List.
Halifax. The meeting was adjourned, without
yie election of officers, until Toesdsy next, ca ac
count of the bad condition of lha roads.
Jamaica. Clerk, S. T. It Cheney; Selectmen,
David Eddy, 8. T. B. Cheney, Albert Howarl;
Constable, E. O. Pierce, Jr.; Overseer of the roor,
BenJ. Many; Listers, Squire Gleason, Willing
Hastings, W. L. Waterman; Agent, BenJ. Marry;
Superintendent of Schools, B. L. Knowlton. Votes
for Commissioner Geo. Fisher 79, Jehu Roberts
Rocsixcbax. Clerk, A. 8. Campbell; Select
men, Q. M. DranJ, Merrick Wentworth, John A.
Kami worth"; Constable and Collector, Samuel C.
Jackson ; Agenl, John II. Campbell; Listers, lit,
al Earl, Fdiss Olcott, Cyrus Locke. Votes for
Commissioner Roberts S3, Fisher SO.
PcraxT. Clerk, Wm. Houghton; Selectmen,
John Kimball, John Knight, It Palmer; Listers,
Jamea Crawford, Geo. P. Sabln, Selab Whitaty;
Constables, 1st 8. E. Wheat, 2d Wm. Houghton;
Overseer of Poor, Israel Keyes; Agent, David
Crawford; Superintendent of Schools, G.H, Loom
Is. Votes of Commissioner all for Fisher. The
town Toted to raise S3 per cent on the Grand Lut
for town expenses.
Wuistuarxa. Town Clerk-, Pliny Safford; Se
lectmen, Jsmes May, Ira Goodhue, Joseph U.
Wright; Treasurer, Peyton R. Ranney; 1st Con
stable, Ralph S.'Safford; 2nd do Ephralm Wilcox;
Listers, D. A. De Wolf, II. P. Ranney, Thomas W.
Wiley; Grand Jurors, Albert M. Allbe, Alvsn
Goodell; Agent, J, C Rlchaulscn; Overseer of
Poor, Russell Ranney.
WiLMixarox. Clerk and Treasurer 8. P. Flsgg;
Selectmen, Israel Lawton, 0. Preston, J. II. Dix;
Constable, DatiJ Bills; Listers, J. IL Russell,
Warren Boyd, Horace Tanner; Grand Jurors, S.
E. Chamberlin, Hcrmam Swift ; Agent, Horace Al.
vord; Overseer of roor, F. T. Forbes; School So.
pirinUntlrot, F.U.Cntibfi fence Vi.-.r. Jn.
Wilt, C. N. Davenport, Frank Bassett Town vo
ted to raise SO per cent on the Grand List to de
fray town expenses, and 20 per cent fur high,
For lb Vermool rbetolx.J
CONCERT OF VOCAL. MUSIC.
A concert of vocal muaie was given at the
Congregatioiml Church in Dumrneraton, on the
evening of the 28ih ull., by tho singing-schools
in Westmorelaod, Chef lei field, Townshend and
Dummerston, under Ihe instruction of Mr. II
Craves. The concert waa gii sndcr the di.
reetiun of Mr. Graves. The singing was per
formed in a alyle of superior excellence, reflect
ing great credit upon Mr. Graves as a success,
futleacher, aod upon the singera assembled from
Ihe different schools.
Mr. Grave has had charge of lho choir in
Dummcralon for neatly a year ; and it i dne
to him to say that since hit connection with it
their performances have been chaiocteiixed by
much excellence both in style and effect.
The singers formed themselves into an asso
cistion fur the evening, and adopted the follow
ing resolutions unanimously :
Risolccd That vte regard Sacred Music ss
deserving and requiring the highest degree of
cultivation, both on account of its own merit
and that aa an art, it may keep pace with lb.
improvement or the proacnt day.
Rcsoktd That such cultivation ia indispeo
sible 10 the proper effecla of Sacred Muaic, and
can only be attained aa the reward of close drill
ing, long continued and severe application.
Rtsolccd That the performances of the choir
on Ihe Sabbath are not for the, entertainment of
the audience, hut are direct acta' of worship in
which nothing teas than the whole hear! should
Resohci That ne.highly value opportuai
lies like Ihe present, , that the members of dif-'
ferent choirs my form a unity o stjlo, and a
personal acquaintance which rnay be made sub
servient lo mututl benefit as -well as to individ
Rtsolccd That as singers, having enjojed
lho instruction of Mr. II. Graves the season,
past, we esteem him deserving our thanks for
his perservering efforts for our improvement,
and ofour commendation at a good leaeher,
thorough in his method, and correct In style ac
cording lo auch authorities as Prof. D. F. Bi
ker of Hoston, and Dr. L. Mason of Ne
Resolved That this issocialion present their
thanks lo Iter, Mr. Cbsn'dler for his instructive
and appropriate address, delivered before them
The Choir In Dummerston adopted the fol
lowing renoluiion ;
RcUlicd That we express our thanks 10 lho
choirs of Chesterfield, Westmoreland and West
Townshend and their conductors for their pres
ence and assistance, on thla pleasant and useful
Dummerston, March 3d 1850'.
Col. Frcmonl'a Mariposas estate contains
upwards of seventy square miles, shoaled shoe
two hundred and fifty miles easterly f-um San
Francisco. Palmer, Cook & Co., the Califor
nia bankera, own one undivided half of the tract
and the colonel the other, which many persons
believe maket'him Ihe richest man in tho world.
He bought hi. immenaqgold region tn l8td4for
$3000, and waa laughed at for lha recklessness
of his investmenl. It has already .yielded aorao
thirty-five million of dollars, and ili reaoorrea
bolh mineral and agiioullural, are said lobs in-exhaustible
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