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?BW 11 KK AND HAN FRANCISCO 8TKAM8HIP LINN NICARAGUA. ?nciTt>T to irr I it Ml mir? SfltP.AT SEDUCTION OK I'KUT.". 7Li New ?? <: S t.in.^Si! S -. ain.uip 1 t. X A S . I ?<< , RAN JUAN DE NICARAGUA on SATURDAT, OM- ?? ? R?y?Avtk p n... :.ii' iw? MH.I A NI \ AUA. VII VN ff . ?AN J t A I), L I i. ? 5AN Kit Ars "f~..?ly?? V?* fun pot l i.i?M' ..?.""P" ? ^^ATxToF PASSAGE PROM NEW YORK - ??.iii.t Itikn n? Tr t> . | - ? * - ? ;; ; ;;;;;; Rift < ??? ... m. . 25 rVroi l lot.it>. ';. j5-**-1^ r'o, freiti'. ? - P..-r ?.;,;;? MO!,(IANt fiONS N ? I B a / <.- oi. N Y. K-,w LINE of NF/VV-yoRK aud LIVER? POOL pat KET*?PATRIOTIC LUVE.-Tl . m w? kr e. n r ? ' i I IM ;' ?'' ?'?' r Bl ? .n-1 RlM clae skint lta.1 BEERT I LAY.1.43* tun?....(Apt, Ptvri I Caulkina. CAM't'L'N.2.U* tatat_(.?.:. Dtr.ii I II. Tr in.?*. ORIENT....2.it*tMi.i....C?pt. ?.ort? S. Ii : . KIEN At'bTlN....2,W toDt....Ck?t. Wm. H Gsrriek. Tbr tbove ,.. pe have keen lesjeatly bti.lt, end or. 'h? arrant ?ad n.oat suhatantikl in the Ii*, e. 'To?t *:e i "o: i?i. !. 4 by (rntU -mi "I ?i| !.?i" . ? 'v. Ti.. r ?<? i. .??? >;.t ote voty gaprrioi I sverj naertlon trill bt no. ? to pt ooote Raa rot?fert of paesranere and t aaarvi kraea af tUpwern Rar I reist ? at paeaafo anyd * ??? HpiirU KI? TILK.-ION A Co., N" A> Br ...way. A ? it Invert C. ORlK?HAW A Co No lHO .r . ;o r,\.. ?lcnirtboalo an? Hairroa?a. CM: FAT AMERICAN ROUTE.?MICHIGAN N SOUTHKEN RAILROAD to CHICAGO, S L '.Eneb IfAtafl St Paal.Miltrankee.aji4 all i sc/t West au i aWn< are?t.ri?N> w forkand Rrt* Haar-Torfe(?ntralai . Ainer i ??? faake Rai ri Ptlliaatit. t< Ti .-.:?,. in-. ?tbo ifcniteet, guickw?! Bat) phsnnaateet i ata to Ika Graat West. Pol tkro .i. tiakott aadroteo ? t in in? tpply at Iba Com pan* ? Oflce N?. IM Broadway, aontei i f Di i it., New-York. JOHN K. PORTER AteLt. 1JEW-T0RK and ERIE RAILROAD COM X* PAN^ - EXPRER! GaacaAA OPPtCB, Mo. I75 Broad? way, N. f.?Tkt N?w V ? rk ax,d Elia It.. r.ej t> t/ipany ata M? Li. Mi. ? to de a regular Expre*? ha.ii.. an 11. Ii MI 1.. Bap t Kipraat. D. C McCtLI t-M. Oener?J Blipern ?? r...e!.L_ H?P8llN RIVER RAILROAD.?From Ma? 1?, IIJ?, Trah.a will leare Chanibera rt. ^'a'ion a* '"'- I lew a: K.tpr ... 8 a. m. and > p. in.; Mao. ?a. m.; [broaakWia Trait. IIa . I n.if rabt, 7 p. m. *< ' P ?bkeepale, 7| m. ai d I a m. Pi i Siri Iii t. !":Vi|. ro. and ?:4>p. tu. (Tail train laaeeaeeeri Pridayeretiiatr et II p. aa.l Por Hadi f v Kor P?. beb i T. I and f: i? p. m. The p,..i?nkeep.!e Hiataj tirr.? and P. ek.kill Traira ?top at VTiy Stiti.-na Paateapteai taken ?t < l amber?. t ar.al ( nrntopner aiM llat-attL Traiat for Mew-York i*a?. Troj 4 . M ' lOsda a m., and 1:35 p. _ _g ta,t A.haj.j at j, 1:1a an I 11:16a. to . and t p. m. A. F. SMITH, Supennten.ier.t. NKW-YOKK and HAKLKM R.V1LK0AD.? PARI REDUCED ?Onlj ?4-? '?. from N> w V..ik ... Al a^,,...?!'!., [aland Reale r.lb r witk Waaaera and Rorbk? an TrMnt ' a a- ? Eepreti Tmla ibi Alban; nrk t t ohai re of eara, ronnectint wita K 15 a. m Central and Noria earn Train.. ?:l'?a.m., Mall Train atonnrnf ai VVUHaaat Bridca and nil Itatliai iblia S;8" p. nt., Ktpre.t. c nneetu-f w.tb JIETU?NITs^LEAVT ALBANY- ?-V a ?., P.?prei?, ?.?!,,,. , .1 eara. 9:li a. m. Mail Train. ItM p.m. Jtarr"a !. r .N. w Vork. We kvTtta kB aaMannert or. hnnr.iai r r pleaanre to take the Bari.m KailroaC which, for cornlon, pri niptn, at or kafrty, ll ?naarrpa.fi'i. TV A.tai ? Trni.t are n> w btted up with Cr?an ir't Appr. red Brake?, which place? the train sndor the ooatrol af tie fntlatll rendarfcU it the aafeat road in the Iii ban, 1 ick< ta la be ebtab ad or Btttate < necked at the oBce of the Western Railroad, Albany, or at White and Cnnter, Uro i. > an > . i New tort. WM. J. C4MPBFLL. Baperiateadent. 1THE REOI LAR AU1L LINE via iSiXlXING TON (or BOSTON and PROVIDENCnV-Ianuul rout Wilhout delat. 11 t?te of car. or h?rtere. The ... taten PLYMOI ni Itoi K Ctpt Joel Btunn, *bMC ?ANDKKBILT, t ap'. W, H Kr?/. e, Lfl eonreetion with the Btoningt' n and Piovi.len. ?. and BookM and I'rovi ienee Rail' wad., learnif New-York daily. Sumiay. exeaptod, froa Pien No. t, North River, fir.twl art i'.'.ve Battery plaee, at 4 o'clock p. m , and Stoniniton tt >i in p. rn., or en tiie arrival of the mail train which leave. Bo.ti n a: S:'.H p. m. TheC. VANDLRBIL'i fron N. w York Monday, Wcdne.. dkty. and Fruiay. From Btoniuftou Tueiday, Thurtday, and Saturday. The PLTMOl'TH ROCK from New York Tnr.day. Thnrt dny, and Sataiday. From Stoniiitton, Monday, Weilneiuay, and Friday. Paatebtut ptX'Ceed from Stoninrtoti per Railroad to Ptorl eVnie and Boston, in the Kipres. Mail Train, several hours in advance af il ...e ay other routes, aad in laaptt time for all the Cly mon.int lines twnneeltnt N. rth and Kast. Pass, i.m t prsjei r it r? main on hoard the st> amer. enjoy a nisht'a rest nadisturted. breakfaat if >1> eiie .. and leave btomnrton in the a:4Aa ni. train connecting ai Previdenot with uhe II a. in. traia for Boston. A Bsgrage Matter aecompanlet the st.-srner and train through nach wsy. For pse.sge. berths, iti'e-rocmi or freigh'. apply ai Pier No. S Morlh River ..i si the office No. 10 Bsitcry pile e. FLUSHING RAILROAD?I^ave f^ltein Mar kef, by Steamer ISLAND CITY, at 6| ft and 10 a m | 1, 4, and 6 p. in. The CARS leave Kluahmg. L. 1., at the same bos is. meeting and esehangw t passenger* with the Boat at Ft an:? s F u : Through m V> BtinatetB Kare. *M cents, _WM. M. SMITH. Superintendent. SYRACUSE AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD? Ir eonneeiion wtth KxpTeai Train, on the New York and Erie Railroad. On and after MONDAY, Oct. JO, and nntil further notice, Paasenrsr Truni will ran aa foll-.ws. Suadays exceptedi Leave NeW-Yorb fr' tn pier h ot i f Duane ?! ??(. a m >a Itafalo. Kapieat .. ni.e< ting at Binghunt. ri with Kxprtsa "Train f< r RyrM u?i. At 6 p. lu. via Nis.Lt F"iprea.?tewneethog at BLnkl,airiton With F.aprt ?? Train foi Sy rar net anil OsWefO, Thn tab 1 .i k. t. may he proenred at the To ke* flic.' of the Mew Y. rk an.! Erk Ro'ad. W. B (OLIO.KT. Inpt CENTRAL RAILROAD of NEW-JERSEY? Conn, rtiug st N'ew Uau.ptou Walk Use Delaware, levkae Wanna aie. Wi ktera Bail road io Beraaton,Oraal Bead the N.r.h and WaM, aid at laston with the Lenigk Valley Railroad to Msueh Cbuuk. FALL ARRANOFMKNT?Commenclag October 7 MM - Bess* New-York lor 1 aaton and MtankntSka. i wag fr. ii nkM Mo. J North Riv. r. a; 7;oa's. in. and p m. , Ut Soaauief. Wille at 7 .9Uan<l M:80n B. and i 30 and 5:oOp. ra. The above train. UnnniIII at Rgkatbeak with irajntno the N. w Jmry Railroail, which ieare New-Tork from the finite! Court, t?ndlet, at 7.1*0 and .-.(.? a m. and S and .5 p. m. JOHN O STERNS. Sopt T^KW-Y(?RK AND ERIE RAILROAD.?On Aa and alter Thur.cay. Aug. 7. If.**, lad until fnrtbi^r nctice, Passenger TraiDS will lewve Pier foot ol . a r > as ! ... ? s nAai BUTTAL0 RXPREBS, at Pa m., for Buffalo. DUNKIRK EXPRESS, at 6 a m., for Dunkirk. MAIL, at tl* a m.. (or Dunkirk and Burial, and interme dkat. st at it n a Passenger* bv u.is Tram will rrmaui one i .gut nt Owrao, and priwe. d the text morning. ttllll A(.l) r.XlTlf SB, a' 1 p. B., f. r Dunkirk. BO( KLAND PASSlNi.il; ?" p in. (front fcVaf sJlhaiiiterS'St.), via Piaimout, for Buffern ? and intern.eojols "aAY PAJSEMOEl, st I p. rn., fc.r Newburgh and Middle lewn and InteTBediate ttationa, NICHT EXPRESB kl S p B., fI r Dnr.klrk and Buffalo. F.M ICR ANT at i j WL, l. i Doi luk .and Buffalo and mtef Mediate kMtkw ? TUR ABUVK TRAINS RPN DAILY, Sl'NDAYS EXCEPTED These Fapress Trains kOMeetal Klrntra. with the Klmlra, Caaandalgna and Niagara Kalla Railu ad Ml Niasara Fall*: at Bmgbamtou with the Srraente and Binghainton Railroad. 1m Syracuse; at I'on ing wi'h Buffalo. Cirniut and New-York Railroad, for Rochester; at Oreat Bead witk Delaware. Lacka want.a and Westen Railroad. Fol Brenntoni at Butfa... ai d ?Keaklrk with the Lake Bkere Railroad lor Clereland. Cinria ?naLTaltde, Detroit, Cfeiewfo, fcc I>. C. M. CA 1.1,1 M. General Snperintendenk I^HE REGULAR MAM. LINEria 8T0NING TON t. r BOSTON and PROVIDENCE?CHANGE af HOl'R -On and alter Monday, Oct. 90, the St.-a:..era of tbit anev.ll! liav. pi, r N< N,.rtti Kmc. first wharf al> ve Bat leryi isc , dnBy,aanrWkSol lay,at dp ? , instead of .'? p. m. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD?Fall und Winter Arranfvasaal If aaeepiodL?Tnaim toant Kast: Leave Brookrya for Oreenport, Ik a aa daily; tot Yap.iar.k, 10 a. an. daily, ai d ? a BnCardayt *: StM p. m. , lor Farmingdaie. 10 a m nnaStdftp i>. i. I ayoanat. B'a m. and J ASp. at.; fi>r lien ,?-..' 1. .. i ? and 3:45 and 5 p. tu. , for Jamaica, Mam. Um. i 4V 5. and 6 30 p. m. XEW WIDE-OAUGE ROUTE frurn NEW? AN ii'Kk to ROCHESTER.?The ROCH KSTKK a-d a.l.Nk.-KI VALIAY RAILROAD u. now open, nnd n ?eei.oi, W-. h lb. htf., . Con nt and New-Tork, and New Mi it a. aKria Railr I... ru.s a uirevt route from New York be noeaweter. . T^*tr*t,r<1?r? f* Ikll r.-ote. together with the tup, nor com kMkwtw ? .rr.it by butbe'w^?w -?1^ Vof' ;l !" \' N.w Y.-k and Km- Railroad X;,Vy Ctfr *: ' " ?? Nu- ?* R??*dway . aaav tn Bagl*i'. ' ?' el k- ?'. I'.TO^lh. ' ? ? S! !' ;"i :' d ^??eenNew Yirkaad Rochet ?wwitl ? t . aeotrvd ,n n saidTnT, i ?nn b. ? 1 al ? ? ? ; -.a tk. General Fi l?hl t..:-,!i" Ni 67-TORX aad NEW-HATERRAlIsROAD KUMMKR ARRANOEMENT - an jT kj.*5 tkj^ Pass. " i Btatiosst \ C< raei Br.?,tw?y Uel Caaal sv In New-Yetl f Corner SBtk-el. and Ilk m. Ta*iis I BAVl 'oa Voav ?Ki i New lUvro: 7. a a sn (Ha I ? Bt30. J :.5. 4 (El )4 SOp ni. For Bn, report 7.1 a sa PJ-Sli, 3:15. 4. (K.a 14 30 p. n?. For Miiford, Stratford, FaarbeUl rVuthpert and We*tp<.rt 7 a m ; ItiM), j IS. 1:3? p *V For Morwaik. 7 11 a oi ; 1? M, 3:11 4, (Rx 11 30, V15. 6:16 p sn. For Dari. a aid Oreenwirh. 7. ? a m ; 11:30, 3:15, I3n. J .as, I Iii. in Pt?SfenBtstsrdl 7 8. (K.x 11? a m , It.-an, 3:13,4 tt.) 4:331 15, (15 p.m. K. r Port Chester Mid inlenneuwAe nhntai 7. a a. UlSal 15. 4:Sl>. 5.15, ?15 p. na fonatcviac TaglBt?FM Berum: lam (F.t ):4p. aa ftx ) For Hartfc.rd and Spni.gt.eld: I a b.. (Ea.) II 30 p. at.: p. b. (F.x ) For Canaant tu ui Hirer Re*ir<?d u> Moinraai: I an (III For Caaal Kwlrw.d: 8 a m. (Ex ) and U 3< p a. to West field. Kor New Limuon Raiir.?d t a in. 4 P m For Noosstoini Railr. a.i tarn. Pur Neuceti- k Railroad: I a ?>., 9: Up. aa For Dan fury and Nerwakk Railruad: 7.1 a aa ; (a Bb Tauet vo New Yots- From N. w Haves 5 IP, 7, 9 35a m (En.) I N'. (K.i II to. ? m p m , r?,m Rttdftpnrii 3 l?,7-#i. 10 18 a m (F.i 12-17 (F.x 1 VII 1? ?? p. ? (El ) fti ro r.? .-? aik 4 ab, 6 I 44, I 15 10 ia a m. I K.x i I M (El ) i ? 5 45, la-ti p nV (Fx 1 From Port Cbester 5 Cl. t *3, 10.' kja", AI 90 a au (Rl / * i*. ? 27 p. m ' JAMES ii. iKOT, SepciaatcadtstV fV)R BOSTON aH roOTIDBWCl m NEW? PORT and FAl-li RH Kl Tu* enlajnatid an I ?up?th r ?t.am.r METlOfOLIH ?lept. Brown leaeee N> ? York every rUEtfDAl THURSDAY, a ?AT, at 4 tVclock p-ir | ?i ,f, KAY PTATE. (apt. J. w. tt_ leave* New v-rl etejy MONDAY WEDNESDAY, anti r I.IDA.. MdeVJoeba m.; [.-, , p, r N J N R . near tu? B? ? r. Vtb t. '.'.tu < at New. ?ort aa< k ? a\ ai. rri . r r? rr ? will V i. tardrd aa ?.-caired la auy a| pB aar t ni.til tL? ?an., anal. r,.i> h. ei, r . .1 f.r. F MBlbt to fc< et? n la forwarded lAroatk w-tb grea: T.ipetrA kr aa Fi; ?? aa Prell ? 1 WM BORDI N tier.-. Raa, 7T) Hl Tl <*ett-st. nAV BOAT fir ALBANY.?-St* ?-n.r-r A LI DA. ii K-llAiS THOESDaIB aad ?ATIrlDA'i S, Ir ? ( ?: i, ar ? Di rn t ?'? a: * a. m . maki' ( tb<- Bi aal lartdfatBB, PK N N SV LV A S I A RAILROAD.?THREE DAI 1. V THEOUGH TRAINS BETWEEN PHILA? DELPHIA wd PITTSBURGH.-Tri MOBNING MAIL TRAIN la-area pLua :?.| t.ia lot Pntaborrfc at 7j-*-,?-i ond l*s*< a Pit'-l'-iigh fur i'ni.*... .r,i.ia at 7 a. m. Tbe KA^TLINE letve* PiRedl lr-Lia for Pi-.'tb'i.?h at 13:t > n. tu, a! I Pittaburjh f.r Pbl.a... ..mat. ie'p.ru. TIIK NICHT ?IIPIIK -.-> TttAIN ,?.-. Pti pkii : rPittabarah ?-. Up ni . at--! Pittaborib f?..- PI..? ? i .'.a: ') .'? p. tr.. TLa ah. t. Ia.eaf"ui.e. t at Pittabur/b witn ?ree?j'r.,?da to ai:4 ft. i- St. Uaie, Mo.: Altos, f)?:.:.a. and i':,i. a? , Biinott| P ilk: rt. La aivfini at. 1 -i - -- ? Kr r- -?<? :I..-e. M.-v au. I.a ker.t:e, and Indiaaapolii, loa | Qnotnna:!, Davtea, Bprta Bold B*!1* for. tain*, ??. B-ky Toledo, Clcssasa*. Co luu I >( ZsneesUle, MaseHoi ?? . w ar, OUot alaowith bat ??? - it. parket hoeti froa an>i t?. Kara tH aaaa, Bt L. mi, Douat sllla, ai d <"lt? um HL r. r taitbei r*-r-!? '.lart aee ha- ib'llg ill the bntela ?,f r??ia ri'v. P--... ..r. ?.n lad lUa : t ikurteat, aoat rsia-tLtioo* and coro |. -rtal.'e r< ut* between 'He Pa--. M We??. ffcjOTf) nVkctacM be Bad at idtliai of tba ab'r? mentioned jiai-a ? - he \\ ? i ? J. -i. bill.-. Ar-" N-? !? r? tS.'r f?" *>*'-f i ,or a- h il w-Y'.rk. J. L. ELLIOTT A *<- ? Peaneylvaria Railroad Co., N< 2 Aator H< s*e. .-tro? Iwae. New Tek. THUM AS M'it i RE, A.- ?:. I l lltk m*4 Afarkat ata., Ne? V ja. Jli... .f.-A _ Phnad.-lphla 1>KNNSa'I.VAXlA RAILROAD.?The GREAT CI N'i RAL ROtJTK, ramr.eetlna tbe ah.,, la ettata w:-h W ? at. rr, Hortaewratera a;. ! S< , n wea-ar,. S'at-a, h* a e..n ttewoat RaRwaT dtxeet Tl,? R'*d aiao conner'aat Pittabnnh with ilai'r line of St- air.ar. all po-u ill '.be W'eaterti liiv.-ta, aad at Carreiutd aL-1 Saoduiki witk ivanier? I j p. ft -.n Um N'T' i.-????? n. I.aka ? i iBakfnf 1 a ?oat dlan '. a. -apeat at.d reliable joate kr ?I.. u rRIHillT ear, be forwaraed to ai.d froni the Ot.at"W'..t. RATI .- BETw t I N PHILADELPHIA ud PITTBEITEOEl Biaai ? i ibb. -Bi*>-?. SI.'. i>Tj Oaodat, (iq i M 00. . H ? ? l#rj "?- Ba, l?ltajg, aaj 9 I K tra. F.-h'Ik r?, A'.I ?l. ( at. i i Bo. a. ana Statte? arp, iiry f I...... (ii t.o>), Hard ware, Laatkar, >Ka. per HO B ?<e,, k..> Till I) < I. a ? ? -A ! a i.a. BaaBajBg, RbOOB Sad j.. ,w, ea Pork ?a biokj, Hemp a- .I ' F Poi kih Ctaaa.?Co* Ptab BJaeoa ai.d < yy, m IM _ p. rk (pawAed), Li.rrl tad Urd Oil .1 1 " In ahi| I.: s Goofia in m at y p- tlit e?af of fi.ila '? irih!-., le- p*j HeoJaU to mark the pa< ka?e ?* \ la p. tii?Tlr;a.ia .road.'* Ail CJr.< i.a rcritiatn. ?I to tue Ain Ott "( ?bi Boad at PoJaJ. IpLia or p ttal i.-.i . wi 1 be forward, i wit boot det. i.ri. a. PaaiOMI ACI II ? -ilairie. W < .-in., r A Co., Mi ruprif, Tenn.; R. y. .-'?.? A ( .. It Col ?; J S. bfitabell A ft r,. KvanaviIIh, Ii . Ii ian i :. it. -I A Mardoek, tad Cart, r A J. an -t. I^.uia ?...? h< Il (' M" T.rum. Mi. ii. n. In.!., S,,rie:..ni, A Lr .vrS., and Itva .i: A Co., CiDetoBatl. .*.'. W. (i- dutm tv Co., ZanetrUle, Ohio; L..<b A Co., N... M K.,h> ?t.. Boatnai Uroft A Ce... No ?AttorHoBBB, Mrtr.Tork, No. I VVEUiia at., and No. lA.t. ?. I ?? a. N-va-V. rkt E. J Si ? ? <!? r. Pbiladi | ., Mar raw A M.. ?. Hk tin..,r. ;<;... c Fraii - aa, Plttaboria. Foi further joi'-Jeriliara .r I Ibiaf lading, aftjdj to N ET.CH It Co., A/enta Prai ;<. .- ?d Co No. 2 Aator Heow New t> rk. H. H. HOf'STON. Ie.-n.-ial Era i.nt Ac- bt, Pl. > Irlpbia. Ii .1 LOlfBAEET, Siiperinieno^plfeYltoona Pa i:\V-.n:i.>l.V RAILROAD?For PHTLA _,. DICXPBLA and ike st-t rii and rVEST. ria J t..i>K.Y t ri"} ? Mail tad Eiprtat Um ii teaoi New Tarb I an<: ii a tn. &i.d 4 and 6 p. .n.. Era, B3| IS na.. $i?, taOMlasat all w?% Hfct.onr. laroaak Ti.k? t? told for rtorinoiati f Bn and SIS!.'/!?tad Ibt W.atid lot E ./itr.ore. W a...in.-ton. Norfolk, be., aud thi< u?ii W?mi tbrtki I to W'tabbactou la I O.a. and (mu, W rVOODRUPP, A.?i.--.i.t Ri.p't. MAGNETO-ELK CT IMC MACHINE for NERVOUS tnd OTHER DISEASES.?Tbia aewlv-ia rented Macbint for Stodinal apfdicatkan poaaeoBrt raarr derided MBBBBBfefl, and It h.r a .perior to any luatiuiu.Tit of toe kind a aer tarn. Ti ?? Pr< pri. i.,r.' Bianatare i* attarha-a to all feaaine Mai hint a. Pri. . +in teatkj exareetbt POWLEEt rVELLE, No. m ?roa.lwny, N. Y. QAND8' HA RS A PAR] LLA.?Thii po n-ly v.-t;. lO ttablr t< Bad] rotnbine* in ita.if the prop, rt.ea of an anii ?eptic, a mild cathartie, and a tonic. It qui. aiy remorat from the l loo.I, land i ther fluid? af tbe body, the inipuritiea of un baaltay aitretfcmt wbtcbeaaonaVt und load rt ktra aa, that atrl* kint ttie root 11 tbe tiaJady. I; ^ontaii.i BO powerlnl dra.tic drnr to da I i.itati the a] at. rn. Of nun. ral p< laoB t.. ruin tl,e BOO* ttltaUon. Pr. pur..! and toll by A. B. K D SANDS, No. pay Pnlton-tL, New-Yorb. Prit. Si per bottle, or itz bottles for E& lllntcr Cure. DR. E. .1. LOEWENTHAL1* WATER CITRK REEOEN Hi.HITS HUDSON Co . NEW-JEEBEY triDtoetabi opea dnrtnf tbe Winter, Amout the diaeaaei f"t which Winter t-eatn.ei,t i? Barttealat)} adap'.-d, arid p>.w. rfiill wem. ution KheBu.at.ini. Gout Ihr. ?ir Inflauiniation, Fever and Arne. be. Cir. nlara at No. 4 H?ti< ver-tt , New York. Legal NotirPS. IN PURSUANCE of rr order of tin' SoirosjEte of tin Conntr of New-York, notice It hereby ?iven to all per a ? baviai rleimt Btalast RICHARD ? MEDHI RST, late ..f Wie < i'y ol Naw-Y?. k deoeaaed, to preaent the ?au.?? with VOVl bt r? thereof to Iba ?ii i.e. : ile-r. at tbe ofnre of Jaui't Orid ley, N.. ju Nataan^treet, la tue < i*y >.| New-York, on or before tbe firat day oi M?y next?Dated New-York, the Slat da* of Oct. bei II 1 ELIZA A. S. MEDHURST, i... Ii.\a6iiiTh tieruthx, Ac. IN PUB8UANCE of an urdt-r <.f the Surrogate-o the t < Bat) of Nee Y. tk nr.tire it l.erebv tiven te all pereeni bar.nt rla.ir.i .tair.t JOHN CRAWFORD late of tbe City of New York, de-ea.nl :?? t ream' the tame, with tOMubtll therav of, to tbo tobteriber, ai i.i? place af baabMtt, No. 4 DiohSora itreel. in ;bi ritv of New-Yorb, on or before tbe twentieth day of April n<it.-Dated Nee loik. the l.Mh dav of October. < lb lanSmTh ALEXANDPR CRAWFORD, Adm'r. JN ITRSCANCE of an order of tho Surroprabp i1 tte tounty if New York, notire la ntreby tiv. n fat ail fMtraont BBViai riajj.i ajran..' W ILLIAM W BLISS, late ef he City if Niw folk, mki.cfaatnrer. deeeetad. to preaent the aame, with rouehtn lot eof, la the tubtrnber. it toe ofE. e of II. K SMITH, tear No. 2S9 Broadway, in tbe City of New Y. rk < u or bal re tie twer.Ueth day af Janaary natt ? Dated ktva T. rk. the mnlh day of Jmy. 'f.. tyU UwtaTb' AMOSW, LOCKE. Adminiatrator.R I N ITRSCANCE of an order of tie Sarrcgato of 1 tie Ca.ui.tr of New York, n' tare it hereby fivett to aJi per toca bavit f riaunt attaint J> SSE It DOW, late of tnr City of N.w Yolk, drttattd. IB yrttrat tbt ?an. eit.-i v.nrhera there |1 e tf l.ai t.h. i?. at Ifce i fficr of Rwiteri A Wo -dmaB, No. tu W a..am it in trie t Ity of New Y'ork. 01 i r before the Ra? te. Btbday 'I Februarv neit I'ated New York, the IStn dap .fAutun. ifo*. OEO. W, COLLAMOEE, (. a. :< .ia.ti.Tl.- i.Ml aMit'UMAN._v Auu..t..rt.atari^ IN PURSUANCE of nn order of the Surrogat? nf Ibt ( i af N. a York, nrtire it htr. br r.v. n to all per tort t>Tic(r,aimt atairit ELIZABETH THOMPSON. late of Ibt * tv af New-York. dereaaed, to prelect the Ian it. with VOBthBM them f. to the tabSffibtr. at hit ot??-. No. 70 Wail? It,, in the Cttv i f Ni w-Yoik, ca or i. ? a tbt IStb day of Jana try i.ef. -Dated Niah rk. the 3d day <f Jalr, ISA?. CHARLES S. WEBB 'Attorney of jy.4 ltwfn.TV_M. D. Boaner, Adt. IN PURSUANCE of an order of tbe Knrrogsto <f the Ciuitr if New Y'ark, notire it hereby given to ail peracwa aariat claiaMagaiaat WILLIAM H URi)W N, la:e of ii, i it] ef New-York, ilup bnilder. defeated, u pr,<ent the tarne, w i'b roaebt It Iberea I. to the auhernher, at the rettdenoe ,l I nJ B-.ai N( i ,f laV r* rd are tte, in the City i f New Park na or bofera tbt firat day cf December nttt.?Dated New Yark, the bth day . f Mav \Uk\ ELI/A J BROWN, Adminiitratrit. rrr*a>la?#rrT>" ZACHART.PBCE, Aiaignee. IN PURSUANCE of BE ordrr ol the Surrogate it tbe Coaaty ofNtW-Togb. ro'ire it hereby rven u> all peiasL. barkti rJaitBi ifBiaatDAVID D BRADIOED, late of ika City of New-York, defeated, to rteaeLt the lair.a. with tba vinih.ra thereof, te 'he tubtrr oert. a* the offire ef Hiram Rivti r, No "t B.in - ry. in the Ci'y of New-York, on or bad re te i.ay .f N?r.u,her kait -Da.ed New York, la* Mil day if Apr.l, IWf. HIRAM RAYNOR. Admieiirraror. Ii liwfnTh MARY ANN LI CAS. Admmiatratrit. IN ITRSCANCE of an order of tie? Surrogate 1 of tbo Coaaty of NtW-Yotk, BOtlOt it herebv given to all portal ? taring rlaitni aga.Lit SAMUEL P TITUS, late af tha City it New-York, aeoaaaad to ft.atL-. t-ce it.-.-e. wnb vourfctrt thtreaf to the itbarnhttt. at the iure if EDWARD MERRITT Nc k*1 Wt/ree-it . in tbe Uit% oi New Y.rk, on kefara tbo IStb day a t Dietuber an:.?Dated New-York, the 10th i?J of Jor e. llaK. SAMUELT VALENTINE. ! r..,e.^.? EDW ARD MERRITT, j EtecnwrA jt 1C ^lwf<n.Ttl?_ I N PURSUANCE oi ,tti i.rtii r oi UM Sarr.^-aUJ of 1 the t . unty af Natt-Tora, r tiee it herebv gtven to all r<-v lom haviaj elalatg agac.- WILLIAM H Maxwell, late of f be C4ty ef New-York c> ji icier at law. decea*.-' to present the on ,. wifn v.urt. r* then tf to trie iuh?cr-.bert, tt their ?Hr. Ni !;? 1'r. a.-wsr in the City tf New-York, cn or be l . ? hfttdiv'f Mtrro. ISST.?Da't.d New-Ytrk, tte 3d day ofStpteatWrTlaE E. P. TEEADWELl (..?,. _ M laaaCrrTb MAXWELL WOODHULL. < "^" ^ NI W-YORK SUPREME COURT?SARAH M Rt?W LAVD hr h, t n. tt fnsi A. WILLIAM AN DV RhON. again: W ILLIAM S ROW LAND? Subbosi for tr.i. I-To tL* DEFENDANT: Yea are Oerrbv iBBamoned and i.q?...d t. aatwei ?... ..u.p.a^.'. m ibbi a.'tion. of wbiah s r< pr ii htr. with aerted upa.n rou. and to aerve s copy of yosr a^awrt to the laid ron-.p a.tteL tba eubeenber. atuieo'aV-e. No. ? Noun at . Nsw-YsraH Uy, sritAia ten .tv deva after theeer v><* her,, f. .i*U..,e vi lb# ri, ?, ,ucil M.rr <.<, -uJ j _oa I' V's'I,; ^?J"-"' Bdtbia the lane afnriBBjI the Lae.e.1 I u *ftK? W1" * tbe (*ort for the relief de maaaed in the too pWM _fiw,d New York. Sepl. 17 18?. ^ _ ... JNO. B MEDLEY, Plau.til't Att rr_*y. tsasber, ltSB. |?Tltl.MwTh-| JOHN U. HEDLE Atf^ SYaJS?KM^T^RT.-NALMfiN L. JOHN TeDe and.,. l',V8A#(' B' W?>ITE.-Summon. fo, bfone, ZJ?L^?'^~ "? ~*?J ?oan.we/tb. at EU.ttr.ll. f-^'- '.dr^rV,aJ'r't.f-Tie,",W'T dara af.e, te. f" 1 1 New York, within twenty .. rt.e r ! "t\ k*T" f strlat v. of Lbs day cf .uro 52 t^piluffwa^aa M,w" tb'e^d "Min-iS dreditu . 15*' ??'?'WL-t f.r the turn of one huL das t f Aa.nu . t ,ti* W lD ?:'r'r"t fTf"? tb" &nl ..V. ,e Jo. .af,. "*"J "? tftvail, he I M , : r Ard fOS w.ll tabs ntt.ee tnat Ike.taa.ria.a-. la lt.. at. . ,u ^ iD ar ,,6r, , f ,h, ol t attar.utua tctaatv .* Ue t-.t Sty of Ik tob. r IBM. Ri ItBfwTb AiC* A JVNEV Pkvtatad . AMst.syta IN PUBJBUANCEof u order efthe BaiTOfAto ai ? Ik*Ctmv* el New Y'ork re-ti.e if h*rer,v |i??n '..Olper KM kt*te| ti..a,? 4*.ir,.t j; :>>. riKLi?. ???? tk?< tyef I de^e..*,] Ut tee-seat tk# seaae with t i iwtlk*ww?f to M.? tuWriWt, tt ter residence. N . m lixt-i lt. iL the CK? c.f Hew-Tork, ?B ,.r Kef.,,, ?-, |ttk ;? ?f Ap- , :.*t- -Date* New-tb k. the l*.tL day nfO> ti h*r l?A'. olf^ltwfaiT), (XABJfMA K KIKLD Ad nii.-itrit. HIE KANSAS MIGRANTS. liY I*. 1IAKIA CHILD. Ax at ? rtv/.iotf rt/ 11/ ,',i r" p.1: ' J ty C. S. J- 'ratieiM dj. Co. At.d ante 'hee, ii Pw< laee/aktttjf Of Moot <it- i sir-a ?; - Meref In rain or M toTe, T' w< :.rd tt t' ?' ? . L it .- ? ? !..r?i \A"i:h truitfu! s..!, H tri .eri.ces. A tree L. mm, M ? ;rsve. J. G. TVHITTIEa. "Yen ITC ? ? t ;?.-r W .;r,. e.l 1 A: ? ||?J tt> her lover, M they walked through a gre. n Uaa tow; 'd Uli H Ith '-? ?IB). "Taa, iJi nrt-i-t, he replied, " I haTe that i?n my ?Jaj irbieb mikes bc thoughtful. After a paaaa, ha added, "Thi I r.i ?-k I an riejiTIafl to before th.-*e t?i >!<? n-? djred rkvedi tempted n aad lato the field*, hu made a very pin t c impn feion on Be, I r.-m-: i? karj ri &?zi ii bow DThV !i dl pendr- OB tka state of nun i we are i? when wa read. Tin- story et oar laafaltaii ?rat .t'l fnn.iiinr to rre; and I n!wv.< r?-vetvrjfe'l the Putitars, but the rrandeur ?1 their ?h?en<r.r never boned tap befort in;. BcaRal rWoa aa K-doea imv, With all their faulte, ti.cy irara a noble aet of men and w< nil r.. "Aad what hat anointed ynnr eye?-? to a.r- this c..rr elc.rlv tkaa arOTat>--atkrht1 aek'-il EBefA "All the? while I ?ei ftadilH. I tTJU thinking of Jobs Bradf-ml j r-.jer: of t'o.ng to Kansas: ai.I, while we ba\ a hi en walbirj; tu On- fields, my ajai have itivol untardy turned away fmm th< glortOM sunset ekM Is, to glance Ht the mat dwelBagi dotted nil orer Um land acapa; to (he mill whirling ipnitlBg wfit.-r. lropn into lh<- nir; to the ifho/il-houjie, v*;th if* hmnd piny STfUrd: to the <-hurt h fj.ire, cl'Vnirif? hriirhtlv in the MUk, All thi tc we owe to thoaa haVOae f?fTWM wbc brfl 'tkMaVrtable boaaai in Kr^lftmi atad .?it...- toahowi bxj HiMi neai to ? efnM.-ii a priaeipia of fn*&Bm\ and what they bare doee for Miaaafbiwitta, Joba Brad lord aad hi.? < i.nipM:iof? may .1" fur Kv.?a?. I: in a rlortoai prfrUeaje to help in aarlog tba loundaiiou of Mnt?~ oil n lin?ie i.f JnMkM atM ftM&am, " 1 lea that John hiu< BflfTtTUat d y.>u w ith hi.j en hu tine in," the replied; "and he baa niairneti/.-l fiiuiic K?toakm. Howbraweabi - t.? tiiit.k af tbUoarlaa him. with their littlo rdritd I" "Kale ie boptrfaj by temperameai,'' a*dd WilHami " bat 1 think si o it hardly more brav, than you art;. Von ar<- both niraid of a sr.aki' ami n truii. " 1 war Ibinkin ? BK>re of the lon>; 'ourn. y. the part bk* fr. in trieodi aod liTing ainona ttrangera, Utaa I ?ai ( f ermko.- nid truti-, ' repried Mury. ?? Then? vt ry body tayi iJien.. are seinuny diai iffiali and hardahint in a oew cotartry, And the Indians, Will.am ' OnJy Uiirk of roirjo will in ennnd of r?Indian war-w!nx.|. I ' The Ii.ihbjiH are in a very .liiien rit -tat.. n <w, ' he repiiid, "from wbal they were trfaen the Parittvn worei n feOowcd thehhtubaiM!i into the Waldemei u! thi" new world. Thevarefew in numberi now. Xheil kj.rr.J line bei n tinned by ?erumulut? d ? ron^H, and tliey are toil well aware of the power of the Tinted Ktatet ....\irti!ne.,t. to mike aaj a^greatioM 'i'?>n thoae who are under Ha protei tion. Bt*ides, you know it is my opinion that the hitiitnn never would have Bade un? provoked acgn ivioiia. Who run n ad Catfin't aoo ami Wrtboftl beUkg e'rin k with the nobility ot eha oftea DtaikiMated by their mu< b-injured rat e ' [ am fadlTpemaded that it in eaey to niake linn lrif:,d.< ot um Indiana,bytrvtatinethen with Joatiea and hindiatai and with that pe rsonal lia^irtl wlibull Uiey?o well know how to appreciate." Ha prvawed bei artn t?. hia eide nnd t*?<ik In r hand vrithm bin, as he ail.li d, " V. Ml n ed areatly to ndinire that TOOBC I'uritan bride, who f bet rfuily let! home and frieiiiln behind ln-r. and eroaaad the tenneatnooi ocean, to brave ooJd an 1 banger by hi r hueband'n f ide, in a wilderue.jb where* Woh ei and aavagai wi re bowiinjr.'1 II. r hand treahled within bit; for eomethintr in the eitrt.* etno?t> of hie look in.d the tender ruodalation of hif t..r,tn luddenly revealed f., her what was pae<in^' in hif Paind, She knew he warf not thinkini; of ('iiukhi Jt.hn'? wife while he epoke thai of the pil^ritn ? bride. It wan the tiri?t time that neh a possibility hini be#d rupireeted to her mind, aud it made the blood nin cold in her vi inc. AAt-r a painful nauxe, the taid, with a forced CohUMM of Toaea, "We often admire virtuei we are not etrotiK akwagfa to imitate." He pretaed ht r hand and remaine)d ailcnt, till an (lUtburtt of t? are mule hlin Mop kvddenlj and fold hei to hut heart. "DoaVI weep, my beloved," hetaid; " I will never lanahw. or even auk, fuch a aaeruiee of you. Iraeh a dallfiatr tlower aa you are un-ds to be ?heltered from the bkvM and the utorm. Hut you have conjectured rightly, rieareef, that my heart ie'set u;>od tueonipanyincthtee etlUgnnta. 1 feel that all there li of miiLhoiKl within me tviQbedeielopedbytbeezi> jtenrie? of tnrh a can er. My rharneUT and my des? tiny will k.- "w mine fi'rand with the retpontibilitiew wbiih will devolve upon me. It 1 remain here I m v.-r fhall do half I am eapebte of d..infc' for myiolf and f .i peatl rity. To ?peak tho plain tnith, dear Kll. ti. 1 have rotnething of the old 1'unta.u iielinc that Qod calle n.e to thin work. You have promif?e<l to ho my wife within a few week a. but I aletolve you from that promise. If you tinier it, I will go and prepare a comfortable home for jou in that u.-w region, and en deaTOT to draw a tdrCM of our matual HaMda around me, I elore I a>k you to leave your New-Kniriand home. Sb? lookixl np at him, tlirough her team, with a half repioaehful glance, whieh tiemetlto say, "Do yon then puppoee there ran l?e any hardahip no greak at K'paration from the one I love baM in tlie world f" He ucderttooil the mute appeal, and an-wer. ! it by raving, " Don t be raeii, dear Kllen. Kotier t upon it till neat Sunday evening, and then tell me what it your dtcirion. I shall not love you ene partiiit the It Vi ii you fell me that yeara must parti before you ran be tlia j.artner of my fife. No duties, no exritements, no lapie of time, ran remove your image from my heart,' Few more worda were fpoken, a- they returned homeward, lighted by the creaeent moon. It was not until long after midtught that Kllen feJlaydeep. to dream of etandmg by a who charm, vainly utretchiug her hand tojt ard William ou the otner aide. During the following daya she aitked nooonnsel. ?ave of ti. d and her moUitr. Her mother laid her hand Undt rlv en her head, and raid: " I dare not advise jou. Fellow your own heart, my ehHd," and when el e prayed to (Jod ->he m<? ined to hear an echo ot'thoee worda. She raw WiUiam ot't.-u. but ehe apoke no word to dihruade him frtim his pu:pe?e. Had he been go'mi? to California to dig gold ehe would have had mueh to fay in favor of the hnmbieet home under the protveti.>n oi the old order-loving C> mmouwealth. bat he had rpektn f?o *chou-ly of hi* aen*e of duty, that her womanly nature n vereneed the manlim-as of hia < on aictiosatj and ?he prayed that /./.< courage to dare ii f\ t be ?jualed by ht r fortitude to endure. It mini.. 1 - ?vily on Sunilay evening, to that the lovera coaJd not take their accustomed walk: and tlie pre?. ? f.?.- 11 othen pretented a oontidentia! interview. Hur when tticy parted at th< dtxir, Kllen slipped a ?mall paekage into WiLiam s hand. When he arrived at htme he opeL'eil it with a nervous haste, and found a (mall Bilde, with a mark within iL An anchor war tmbroidirvd on the mark, with the word Ftim be? lli Ith it and Mi f yc ? 1 iaajht by pencil iinee on the page, encircling tie word?: " Where thou k,oe*t, 1 will go; where thou lodtf-et, I will Unl^e; thy p.->ple ehali be my people, aud thy frod my (Jod." "God bkai ber!" he nclaimcd. " Now I can go forward w ith an undivided heart." lie kLjeed the anchor again and again, and, bowing hi* m ad an hit hand*, he wect as he had not wept t-lm-e boyhood. To but deep and earnest nature, love and dutv w? re sacred realities. Great was the joy of cousin Kate and her huaband. when it war known that William Bruce had determined to join the bard ot emigrant*, and that Alice had at> quieaced. Wi.liam was a young man af su. h g jndgment and *t? adfaet principle*,, that they all Nt be wt-jid be a balancc-weei in the machin"y of any a<> uetw where be moved. John Bradford w as equally (f?ed and true, but his temperament induced more vorabdity of speech, and more eagernees of action. When the band of emijrrants heard of WilhauV* deei lion, they said laughingly to each other, " Now we ?hall have both Moses and Aaron to guide as into Canaan." Kate s widowed mother, and a younger brother and tutor, resolved to join the enterprising hand. A little nephew of five years old was ot Ue sane mind; and when told that he was too small to fce of any use, he declared himself fully able to eaten a 1-ear. Alice s father and m. ther bad pmspeetive plans of following their daughter, aceompaajed by their oldest n>n. in case thoee who went befcra them 'heuld send np a ?rood report of the land- Her alhe live tvfft('tx>nt ?uffeTed teir:bly in this rupture ot old toes. Hot in such natures love takes posseeown of the ? kole Umg. She would have ?acrfiiv?! life itaell for rV Jtiam. aU her friends knew it was harder for ber than fir others to go nto a strange land and enter into rabreiv tew modes of llalUswal Therefore, they all rr t ke fcsjpcf-aijy to ber, and no oae but William eve* srs?^M?i ihej Mionl ^*uo *f UrO frv'.Ure 'ej h?r view. He slid it from ft cone* ie-tioua srrojr>U U?t ah* 1 ?hould go forward in the eote^nae with ev^a Grinded in Ha diPirjl'ie". Hot tbe hvushipe he de^-nbed ta ? U>ntf DcTtr #e>sv<i like hardatiipa. J.,, wa.-r.ings wore always met with theiaffecti .riate r?> move, " What aprond and happy w?vrn?ji I -hail be, soar William, if 1 caji do anything to sustain yoii j 'Jbrucfh tb*> trial* foj will hare |g encounter." She ?wror spoke aVsBpoodxniJT, n, v. r told the frar? that sometimes rwanne 1 in her imagination. If ?;,? cauHi act ftrecirtben hini, the at least wuoJd not iiibjbjib, I ?irn, the amid to atm i. and tv Car ?~fn Ifata. ahi ' wool.! have been ashamed to acknowledge to irr what a fnirt l>*rt wat beating wrhin her b.>*oin. Rata, wpo had earned ner own living ev-r ?ince the waa tlx te- p, ao'i assist,d bar widowed ntother. ai. l .?.; ? ?v.-i U r y< ucger broth-r ai.d * ?ter. in a tnaca-.T w~;i adsp-.d to nvak. tl.. rr. us, ful Mbd active member* tt tjMJOtl, was itu-t tbe woman to emigrate bs th* Waat. Sotrf i.;r?* A ?< > i. ar.d w>h.d >he wts m'>reiako Kate. She did DOt know how many anxious foughta were concealed ond> r 1 er cousin's < hecn'al t..aes.~fcer bright fnakatj?ie, east bor aMorgatic preparations fac .et atnre. Tliiik and baft ttmt m the pojtJag rretrt.riaJ* fYorn reiafivi- nrd sc?-. ???r:t..t.s- tv-i w! v -hewers .if tears i, rr? ti thorn ft.- :h< . wi e s'owed away Li the ?lotet* peeled cheats. Thai lvt night at the .Id boo** ??!-. bow tlx naroaoria* tuearded ipon tVioe ?uir> at.vi htir.'. Whoa AJJdayawjdje stole out La the moonlight, and wept, while she ki**ed the old eim, from wb...*e t . tebj MO had tWt Dg lu cUihit n>.;. the d; j IK,f know :.- v T'<-> wt . already u.:?:.n. i with Katie's ?ears. To the expereti" d and the thoughtf-.i!. all weddings ?rv s< ?> n.n occasions; :..r when they ??-?> tii? toring tin BMotittf theor b".at front its old 'i Inge, sad fl . aktg tiwav i? gaily on the *u:.-rippied stn jrt, thev kni>w tuL well tliat akaijtrart are aUn.!. and Uiiv ruv.y a p.ck bjea hiddt n osidi r tba bright waters. The raanilfS of Will ntn snil A'i.'i six ?.'e't.n even to ?ft.Iues.< ? for tl.es were t?. ilcpart f..r Kao^as ..a the monvw. Tho fajt-aiii t: fMMtrt had beejn ih? di?nile,l t',.r .iiiy. -.r....,-.i tu?;, tha? all fHt OA if it would be ? relief t? have the aguw? orer. A ? o <? \tsagm hot pojajati m thodrt7trt> ti-i: cl.tig. 1'" nn-ther lifted up her voice and we;.f. M tbo old tAther dioked at bo stroTO kg say, ?? W ry pleasar 1 hact thotj btoa nnto BMA fjo i hie-- the,', my I .iih lltit rousin Ka:.e, whose mi>n:on it waa to ?ttertjrrr.ru evt -yb- .iy, ? ame uo and fnm ?1 ii;> If hamls sr.il " g<?-d by. dear uct ie; ^-o xl bv d^ar aunt, \v. i; rnkt o beontift? htoaM tor yoa btKoosM] aud ?'illie and Al v will 0000*to bnagyoti to u?.' At they tii"unt?il the wtfjtot, cumtbo, who tued to ttttnd Mrs. Bradford'* iClloOt, eamo up with bunehea Si*TtttStl and tl..-litt!? nephew, who thought himself sui h a mighty hunter, eoJIad out, ''OOad, OAO % boor I" "t?h y-s. Oworgy, replied Kate. ?? Will ynu have him n art??l ?" " 1 want to tie hita up in the r&trtif*, and feed him, ' ifotji,.! (Itsjr^-. llu* no otie hi'tud li iu. The TCfOM bivi roil, d away Is to't he finished the n-nfi-nee; and those who watched tb-tn fasjot that auyihiu>; else eiieted. 1 be !n-f rilmpee of Alire thawed her hetvl btwivj down un l.er b'.isband's shoulder, her Mailt enein led by l.ir um. Tho lust tonej' taj Kali" I voice had been rf^vjrjfjOBjd rhar, tad M ooo but bof Und hsajltisl ,i i n Ma boo the toon rame.l down <ki ber iafAeil - ikco, oo thoyrode tliroejththeir nnt.ve village. Thov ha<i t:i ver lullv r?uii/.'!. until t "\r. In w beautiful were ihootsoj iu tf.e delfeoioTeodojooof Spring: bow pre? cious wer? th. roldOO bloSSOOM PCOfBaady tr.-wn ov, r tl:e niim'i.ws: tow happy and safe the bofnee aeemed U)aootJo i*i the tomuj. At thevpa?.-e?l tho ehmvh, all runcd and looked l--tck at that p!n.f pl-anan: mtsiinirs with relatives, friends sad aeigbbonk " Tbey vill miaa otu roieea in the cftjoir, dear WU liam.' said Aloe. '? Via," he n-piied; "but by the hlrcsitiT of God wo will -ii.l: bynuii in the wildi nw -s, mid iroiTfjn BimsfeoJ echoie BIHUHS] the It lent hilli." '? And mo wiii eintr' H< dm Bwe< t Homo' together," said Alire. witii a faint smile. ?' VA e II 'th join :n the tone, ' laid Kat;e; " and John, who it ? up to ?dl sort o' fiiens,' ns the Weab n.-ts say, a ill rr.ake tstime BMW variations: ou purpost for tho oc catk n." Then eame the bttttle of rJopolS, the whizxinp; of ?team, and siaioaa of Aeadt and oilai racistj away. Aa usual, the heortt that went ttfeorendlerenity sooner than the hearts left behind. Tbo new eicatoBMMtt of traTeling waked op hope, who shored m.-mory aidd<> for awl Oe ond prodneed t'r.im her [? .rtfolio aaerienof ekft<las, painted in eoiorsBDore priematie UmdBoa liter s. TTiey talked of the ntflJol cliinoie, and honuti ftil si < i.ery of Kiin-u?. and f?>rotoid tliat it would be USO Italy ol ti e Mi rti rn world. " I l ope it will be like Italy only in its externals," said Kate. "I trut-t there will be no lazr.ar.mi. b > BtObko, bo ban iitti, no despots to imprison men for i,.- ab..tit the laws that iroverti ihOHl " " W by do ycu I ant to make a new ltftly of It V in? quired A?ee. " What letter tleofiay can you wish Or it tlian to ins like our dear New-Kurland I "Nothing bsttrr rim be wished for it,'' rejoined WiUiom. Had I not been deeply im presold with tho eonvii tion that the institutions, aad manners, and boo* sequent weltare of States, depend greatly on the char? acter of first Battlers, I should never have encouraged ernigrotion froui the old commonwoaltli by my own ftiftn?|ile." " Hut the elitnvfe and setmery of Italy would be an Improvement to Massachusetts, said John, " if wo rould have it ?ithout losing the active soul and at muerle of New-P".ii_'land." " Tliat if it, exat tly, John." reioined Katie. "We will haw it oyoiiogNew'd^gUndi botit.aboJI be under sunny skit*, with Italian dress." S<-veral days puas?-d before the ??migTanti' began to be mm b aware of the discomforts and tatujue of a lon^ kmrney. The bohies erased, and ??-em.si to think the huge ma, bine was invented expressly to famish them with o pleoiBiiksr nioiion thenfjredieorgo-cort: whiio matUMT uono.- touud amusemtnt in oboi: vm_- the pos ?SShgers tliat came and went and pb-asure in the \ ar>inj,-s<-, t), rj . as tliey were w air!id aloug, past tlio tlirit ing tarms of New -Voi k, the tail CoBOBtS of Cauaila, and the Cower-dappUd praim-s of Illinois. Hut after a wbile, even tin- strongest bcante aware of aching btines, and the most active minds g/ew drowsy. The excessive weariness of the last days no pen ein Bdequately describe. The continuous motion of tho tars, w ithout change of posture; the disturbed night on board steamboats full of crying children; the How floating over Missouri waters, now wheeling round to avoid a snag, now motionless for hours on a sand? bar, waiting for the dtifting tide, while twilight settles dntkly down over uninhabited forests, stretching away io tbe dim oistam e. The hurry and scramble of BSriring at strange places, further and further away from home, and always with a dreary feeling at Cieur hearts that no heme aw aited them. " If I cob Id only t.'.ake it seem as if we were goin'' anywhere. I don't think I should feel so tired, said Aiiis*. with a kind of weary bewilderment in the ex? pression of her sweet countenance. Worn out as Katie wne, she tummoned a cheerful smile, and replied, " Keep up a brore beert, Alire, dear. '1 hose who are sruiug nowhere are pretty sure to arrive " After eight days' travel, they arrived at KansAsCity, in Missouri. There they bade adieu U cars and steam? boat*, a i:d entered the fudian Territory, ebstely stjw.-d away in great wagons, covered witii sad-cloth, and feirni?h?ii with roii_h board.- f-r m-ats. In wime placa^ tiie road swept along in graceful eurves rhrongh miles of smooth, opt n prairie, belted with i...'olo twos, and iprinkkd with wdd flower* SB eopatMSIr 00 ratfo-drops frt m a summer shower. The charming noveity "f th-. ne was greeted with a child-iike outburst of delight from all t:,e weary party. Kven the quiet, honr* !"\ ? ung A?M i lapped her hands and exclaimed, " How Unttful' witii. ut adding with a sigh, " But it Lint like dear New-Er gland." William fmikd aJJca tionately at her enthusiastic trrr.rise, and said: " Yiituons and ir.du.*trina< people can build up happy homes in such solitude* as these, dtar ABeo. 1 Ai nu, thry de^cenled info deep ravine*, which fotted thf?mugh boards and knocked their headi u pether. Through \ho*e steep passes the wagons were jerktd by patient mi.lcs, till they w ere 'jrought inM rtrearas whose uncertain depths uiade the women and children ?ort am. or into creeks sparkling in the sun? shine, who**, thallow waters covered hole*, easier to pass+y h a-.iug the wagons, and jumping from atone to itone. Then tM-rambiing np another steep bank, thev found marks of whtei,- to inoi> ate a road. They pOfVfd thumoolioi llllll Ibfi huge wagotit again, with their baskets and bajiies. brta-1 aad cheese, and went tumbling along with bonn-ts knocked into ciak'd hats. and hats that had k-st all appearance of being wide-awake. Katie was conjecturing, now and then, how many bowls aad plates would arrive in Kansas acbrtkm; while Alice had a foggy idea that thty were going nowhere; but there was a rainbow across the nw 041 Saw William was going there too. Tired out ia miod and body, tbey came at last to the River Wakcrusa, wh.ch tliev cr.^sed slowly at the fotdirg-pla? e, and risk- up a bank that rH.-*Tned steep en. ugh to set the wagens on en<L This brought th-nt into fields of grass, dotted here ami there with small cabins. To New-Kngland eyes it presented httlere semblarce to a villagei but it was i^ailed a town, and bore the honored name of Franklin. A few miles to the left, smoothly romided bills rose on the horizon, t< rrace-like. one behind tbe other. Between those beautiful hills and the thickly-wooded banks of the river, wss the infant Town of Lawrence, the destined capital of Free Kansas. II?re tbeJtraTe.en rested to greet old friends, who had pr> ? ?c.-d them, and to form plane i-r th..- fataie. Tbey all agreed that a more beau?ial resting p.?..- for a village had rarely been seen; and really, l onsidering that it was little avore than eight nvmiha old, it had quite a grown-up look. There waa several neat bonses. and many cabins, the appearance of which in dkbted u.Uk~-tr a tic MUUttke, who wotkl raptdlj .acreASO I. r e? n forte, and enlar?e t*>eir bordere. The Wu/ht river made a Lnarefnl carve, fringed with trw, whi.-h li e ikifl Ot u ? Bed not n*T' *rr*n ?'<*<1 *? 'astefnliy at tmtm had ii r*. Hills ro** to the horizon in gradu? ally ascendiag ten?4. their verdant slopes tign'e?. ap wiih goldee tun#'.ii>e. One of grand, r proportU*at than the otber?. called Blue Moartd. was immediately riagied oct bj Hr Bradford Htte eitoof a fa'ure K?..-S- ??? Ft..v.-* ' ? ai : ! !; ' a t ve-ut t-:??l wii* fo'ihw.th meturtd tee flam, hy pj\>po*uur tliat ?R i B an rafcrntH be ill fret l'-t.?..!?nt. ami bar be'?v . rr.< a j rotVee. r? f ?? n:e <> . _'> o'i.or. " I am afraid we ran t w*.:; I?.o r en .u.-h for 4taj rer/ied her hutbsrd. ?mihrtt*. ' We shall have M iL. oat yin f.-r a profiteer. Kate; I. (be oue, will give yen my ti :e." The n rgh bsrda of tke tett!' rt. and their e.varee carTx<cr.?. ta iled with prairie mud. were otfeoeive to Ka.Vt ioeat of reotne**, and wtnil mere ?> to the dal ra'. haatM ai Aiire. BM "n Ban days, when they were drtt??d in tt?tr best, and met togeiher to read and ?but '-hey let ked like quite dirft reLt people. As they tt^ an e mere acquainted, it was an agreeab'e surprise to r'cd to large a prop, rtfeaj af them iti'cl.gcn: aad w? !J-?.:ucati :. V? tri apc-% an.: nvtwvr : bdaetrj and enterprise. tbej aeeaa .'. f i require uo'hing bat ? :. e. ai d a ?mall a.lo"wan. e of ?iat. to bu..d ip U,nw.:iS towns and form a pr-.tp.roiu Stute. C.r ta.Lly. tba manner of living was niHe, for many ? \ them ata their dinner in m U?ar,;s laid a* roes the tops . ? . .rrt Is. The labor was also bard, for there was ;: Bi 1: k] do and few to do :t an 1. as eat, weil? were not dug. or machinery introduced. It it where all worked, ro ore felt his dignity lessened by toil. They had t! e Mat eeeottiaJ element of a pro-eporou-i Stat.^-l the r. (portability of labor. The next most ttnporttnt ?;. i:. i.t they aleo had. for thej plated a hi_h vVue OB edBCBtiOB. asd w. re willing to sac-fire lrTfb tt s. .o it bj their children. The al s. raaa "f convea ticnal forms, and the ronf rant exercise of mgenuitv. derxtaaded W tbe kaooaveBkencei and enBerseariea of a settler's life, have a wnaiatfal etTe.^ in pradaeiac buc:ai:cy and I nevw* of .-Sara. bar. Tlie tendency to hoj e t. r eTerythirg. and the will la do everythingde sirable M bo done, ware so noatog haw, that Aase was surprised to diecovet the anioui.t of her hitherto uude v oped i Q|riMWtrat There wa? a cabin f-r ?ale. built by one of the evlii st setters w ho hatl died of fever. Its. pieturoaquo. I ntiore,aa a rising ground overlie.kin^ the liter, whs attractive to Mr. Ilnul'. atid bJa wife, and it b? ccit e thtir hotre. It rX)fliiated of aaa l-.ng potM wttb a loft abowe. tron whieb i: w.v s* pvratt?d by a :: rot Ij laid board-'. The long r?otrt was e'?u vorted kato two, by a cottota cartaia nrnniag oa troa wings; and the !ott wi e divided into two apartm, n;a in tlie same tnarner. W! en tboae arrangetnenfa were r mpV t..'. II afTorded a t. mporary sh.Mter t"..r the two tan ii. I of Katie and Alice, including light pefons. In the abas nee of cine, ts, it wrs ueeesuvrry to MUag all aottaof a:tit if from the bearde above. A driedordt Iah was at m n< ighbor to a very pr,t v work-lnski^, roi atjtatoei w?? Mapaadad oatwaaaaaafr qiiilt aad a hamlsome eejpat bag. " 1 hope we thai s. on be able to stow the salt fish lad I ? 'aloes awav IMDewbert ," said Alice. "(.?h. never mmd'" replied Katie, laaghhaf? "If RaasCbriatkiBAnderaoawonld oalyoome t'.is war. In- would niake- a tine story about tile salt Bah Mthat in love witli the or. t'y biu?ket, and becoming ttii!tu?>r averyday, beraara bio genteel aeighbor prawned the carj 11 bug, and took no pains to eoaeoal her diagaal of bia wargar appearai.ee luid dktagtaeabli bre.ith. Skt list, n to the VOWI ot a salt f: bf Not she! Did ut ha kooar that her haauanaa relative, the aarpatvbag, ttomDiuawli,baddoec as good as mike praftoMM to her' Then the poor Bab would be stimulated to hunt up a pedigne. Ha muht olaaa to bavada* trended froni Jounh's whale; or sav that his great graavhaotber was (ousin-gennuu to toe fishy part of the 1 emififul Melu.-ina. 11?-, on his part, might f.vl his dignity ofleaded by residing in the neighborhood of dirty potatoes. And the potatoes, like stunly Repub? licans, might tell biaitbai did not euro a daiu lor his petjjgree. They should like to know win ther he ooold gruv , if he couldn't, tin- le.g he had to say the bet? ter. Alice laaghed at h? r oonceits, and aaid H ova a bk ada r U have such a lively compnnion in a loue some place. Ar soon as the first hurry was over, the men of the family converted paeking-boxej into abelyei f>r books and utensils, aud nadediveM iioliiasnto batklimstiiuki, with u ttoii cloth and unpeeled boughs of wood, after ti e fashion of portable trardeiwhairs. There was talk of a table to he hewn front a black tvaliait tree; but as jet the tne was growing, aad baardaoo barrel toea fni^t answer meanwhile. The salt-eellers wen- broken a hen the w agons wia-e pitching down senne of tlu> ra? vin* s. but theihlfl of a turtle, which Kate s brother, Thomas, had brought among Ins traps, made a t....-ru? ble riibstitute. The women missed tlie smooth, white table-cloths, and the orderly ariangomotit of di^he-., to which they had been e/eustomed. but they agreed with the men, that no food bad ever tasted so good as the l orn eakes, venison anil w ild game cooked in that hum? ble cabin, w here tin y mutually served each other in love. Then the unpacking of tlie deep trunks and boxes, bringing to light memorials of old places and dear Maada, was a pleasure which only the tar-o'T eini crant fnrtii home may realize. So no mutual socrets f.nil been kept, which made little sunny ripples of sur? prise in their quiet stream of life. Alice's father and mother had packed their photograph likeneasee in Kutie s trank, with a charge that thoy should not Im- opened till they were set tied in their new homo. Katie had pressed mosses and ferns from the old well near I'nele May's garden-gate. They were twined witn pendant blossoms baa the old dm, and twined into a gailand round the words " From the well whoso " w aters Katie aid Allice drank in childhood, and frutii "the old ItJB tree from arhoM boughs they used to " swing.'' She had framed it neatly with OOBM, gath? ered In a pine grove, where they had walked together many an door. These souvenirs of tlie dear old homo so stirred the deep fountains of feeling in her cousin s soul, that the burst into tea--.. Hut Katie soon made her laugh, by exhibiting a crockery bear, which httlo (Seorgy bad parked among the things, to remind them of the living bear he expected to reoeive from Kansas. Alice said el..- had a little secret too. She retrettUd to her division of the room, and brought forth a pern d drawing of the house where Katie was born, anuwhero her mother had always lived; and across tlie green lane was I'nele May s house, with the old well shaded by the elm. She had a talent for drawing, and the old familiar scene was brought faithfully before tlie eye, though a little idealized by the softness of the shading. " Dear me1'' exclaimed tlie vivacious Katie. " How < an 1 put it where I can see it often, aud yet contrive to keen it fru" from smoke and dust r* She gave a to-lorn kind of glance at the unplasN-red w aMs, through chinks of which glimpses of the sky were visible. The fact was, neither they our their friends had been aware of the roagb conditions of a settler s life; and the cousins had brought with them many pretty little keepsakes, whieb they could bind no place for. Hut it was s rule w itb them to utter no complaints, to add to the weight of cares already resting ou their noble husbands. So the forlorn look quickly gave place to a smile, as Kate baaed her cousin, and said, " I II fell you what I will do, Aliie dear?I will keep it in my heart. ' " It is a large place, and blosses all it keej*?. That I ran bear witness to," said John. ? ? ? ? There was need that the women of Kansas should litHlneh their own inconveniences, and bo silent alxiut their own sufferings; lor a thunder-cloud wn< gaAhariag over the heads of the emigrants, and every week it gn w blacker and blacker. It needed less quieke? is of observation than Katie poesessed, to peroetve, almost inimediafeiy after their arrival, thai tic y wc-ru sur? rounded by dangerous enemies. [ro be cosTiwrrn.) Buaof II. F. OeDFRno"?K's SrvTrscr RmiTrir?. ?Yesterday, we learn that the Episcopal Convention, sitting in this . ity, by a very decided atejority, reinc ted t!.?- aet.N aea aj oa Blah a ' I dardoak, of this State, v. hi h .-impended him from all e'enraJ faactiona. This Mateaca wae aapaoad twelve years a^o, about the time his brother. Baaboe Ouderdouk ot New-York, wrj t!.o taspcaidad, 'i he members of the Churcb and the- pahlie als.i are doubtlea* lam. lioi with tba nis''iry of these rases, and the Wiag ih-it the action of the Convention produced in thfl Can eh. An interval of twelve years bos softened tho asperities the d.ecuseions then broducs>i, and the re? mission of'the sentence at this late peri-d seems no nv re 'ban on act of jaofieeto an?.id -"rvant ..f the Church, who. m his previous career, had rendered it re) d Krviee, ami whose condui t since has baoeTOadof offeise. The^ remission of his aentenre will restore 1 irn to hit ministerial ftini'tions, but, we presume, not to Bishopric, which is now tilled by Bishop Potter. On Sunday morning r.eit Bishop OaolaMoak will preach a sermon in the Church of the Ascension. (Pauadeipu* laager, 22X ' Locdir' ?Aman lately went to the I'.nt-Oflce, and putting his mouth up to the deslivery-box, cried out. Louder! The cierk, supposing the'man to be deaf, and that he was making a request of him to -peak louder so that he rsoald hear, oek<-d him in a very loud tone the name of the persou for whom he wanted the letter. " Louder! cried the man. " What name'' yelled the clerk. '' I/iuder1 again bawled the man, who now iop? psised the clerk BS be deaf. The clerk took a long breath, and w ith all his might again bawled out in the man's fare the same queation, "What name V This wae dornt in so loud a tone that the ..*,?. seem? d to return from the far-ofT hills. The man started back in alarm, shouting to the very top of his big lungs: "Louder, Sir, Loader! I told you Loader! My name it nothing else!' "Oh, ah! ob, no1' aaid the clerk, "your name ? louder, eh' Didi t thmk of that; here's vour letter: Mj. Uivtr, -vn. u iv*x itti?r. iWi*hu?tj*v? btax. PUBLICMEETINGS. bUEFVBUCAM CANDIDATES INDOHSK1? B? TJIK \vo;;KIX(;MEX. a: i '.?? tu ,t. -l ?- ? ?? . f tre ?f^?!" ?<"? nrd wnkxintitn of tins citv, bald at their head* .;utrt. , ? :: r , i" ! wry nrd D.v:?."TI ?tre-et. on Tbwoawyev** Kg Oet, .1. lr*;, the t.-akiwing resofsji ti*ns w.re p*f.?-d acd tandi.la.tei minanatrd: 1 ? * ' V ? , . tud Work* ? . K. jut .teas C. utral I awn ot th* lit* .: J t' ?oty .< ?V" >-rfc. n.?-t ,f .. Af? ? y J. T'llil i it Virill ? N ? - . . > i?pro? thato: i Judl? an. to t narlea bruLiDir>aut?i. tiiat ol ifciYrrunr of tta Alow ?eaastaM mkii* r*e?,tt unn?U>*ritbt ot all nr traaJi j! r*fera m aaaarato etpr. at ? heir pe.rTraoe fee aaeaaow in the aaU <uoa ta? piWn| llimilwnl t :h- Maveraltj mt aroa 1 r-.peWuilw p,-,.. !; . (a. upet a'Ut.t.ua ot oaj teliow , i! e a cf til parw?. and la aartifB.tr the** of oar owa rlaaa ?that ? or y hr a | ,.( ra?tt iu tatataiuint ttaa opposition ?' o corahtaraln hit perw>r. the treat. *? u .'t ' ? v.e t.a ttotm Um citadel M . tficad *? ? p ?er hit ..;?.?., t J 'tttlt. Ii. .?;?? Mt. l: ... k.t ? > ? .J* !*at tad atroi^at i-atoli.la;.-, tie k. r. It pi.ua? -.ni auf |h>it.?apraaaiuf,attl? Mose Ubm . ur leiiet at ail alteu.pt. to flitter a?ra\ Um- Retoriu *.?? au ? t.t a i .i. ?: * ? ..?:.?. aa aii ut a..l ai d . . . rt t, the) r, r..u.< t ? bm j ?> >- landing turrit to ettablitii and foru.'j taa) "ona eu. powrt" at the head of out City tioaamaaaat. 1. At*. .r.J, thaSaBaai bbbmOB a? ?:. ntgiajaail upei-radina; Ibaetty ss?l t". Li!1? woas rah; aapaaas o..i >..t.uai aud aaaua .m aiIttBMS iti the uawniuaii. u ot too folio win | jaatlaaaaa lot Couarass: liny R. Peitoa, L W. Rjokataa, ... %? 11. Aa. iltaw?. Thon is B. Stiilutan, Jamet \V. Jiye, to*. Abu.. Wahw mat?at d l?a: w* bail with f calbjt BaBBSBM the adtent in the t ? ? tn SSh i a. afi a of to r- l"..a? a rejiret^ntative ul luevhaaa ut i '. t. at? a- [boSBBB K. Sti. ?:au. 3. Kt?..reV. Tsat the non ioalioii ef tbe fenowiaf (eotletaSBl to the Atn a.> :v wi.l rec. ,\r oai Baart*ooBeamaaosSStd auj?" port: rd r.pp.r. bloaely Ltob, Hettry HertrBm, Joarfbj Breel S I. ft' , ti rd, M< trat DsaaavB, Jaroh I. [fetaa, ?sbfa Na. v Janes Beaj E '.ward CoUUW, B. W PJsbBBdB, I. K. l .? .p., ,.\ .c t(. x i. <". A - i it. i f.-t.e r \ .i . IV. . ti. J- ti H. RtS:?->ii. tft-.wti Blaut. \\ e.. C. bfarabaU, Bct. D. Moatron. Sam. H. C.?pe'. t. Aeau.r>g. 11 a: ?bUt t. fit-i Ilifroai Uie jeeeral ?nettien of Iba ("Lait. c i . u .La'.ioi ?. aa btyundaar prop.: .?? .uttauee ae a ? ? ?? ?> ! ? . ?<? ?? '. take at. at aa...e in rooatnendiiij tO) ttf. i . .. oi. aaa .u it... aaraaaa Diat.i.-ta wht.h l^ew i. [!.?.?: V- M.?. , L? tt, !' p '.. ... a: i ? ' II* t.I ,\ Dhrttb t Mr ?. Biini' k Coalba, i? tb Xl.Vl h l'ouu? i . l .it. M Nat taa N..ut. ni the 1.III.1 Matriei, and V. v ? . t laaonfoi i?aeaa..r la tue Twentieth Ward. All Dfwbon wltl OB I IIBflbiS ol Mr. Neabit, are inentwrt ?t ltd batbff wotkert hi tat ot.a..i2tiioii. and lie au able BjaJ VI tthy ro lal'Trr w.;b u*. BOARD (>K AI.PKUHKN* Wi dbkscat,f> t. ti- A.d. Im ?c i). Hakkch, I'rot. idtn?. in li e Cha.r. TktCrfM ."':' 4 MffCB NMHbaV tbf petitions t? have the CrjttAl I'alaee ral ani where it ig want Muted tti.it :et. i ul to tin t oituuittie on Landnaail PtMtJ. Si.'h tn ' KifM .le-nve l'/iit\(xt<i*' /iVisfi? The c . t 't. .n ? reporti the rotwdpti <>i bbOalByi by titej > v I. ?''I I i li .i\?uue Uu.lioad C'otupanics fur th|| i \ ? tn? as ttdlows: Sixth art%?t K'lilro+d, Kel m ary.017. 43 M.r. i. aiii-ita; Apni. .vtjll* May. - ?' - June. *> I.? f July.e. IB..MS 7 A |Btl. IbV Ml ?'* t>. pt. u.ler. Ul.'AiS I K.jrAfA areas* dtaiare-i f. February.AID 7V> i? Man h. ?4.ii00 a> Apt.l. a w At May. MdBtB* June. M.tM Ttt July. bbj ry Vntiief. 17.ft .et.teniher. .'? '"'t Tt After referrhaf ? few papers, the Hoard a.voamevJ for the Term c??mmissh)m:ks of kmh:kation. The Hoard met y. ??terday, but tiaustk to<l u ? hue** ntx Of iniportnnee. ? The follow i! g il the weekly statement: Nun,bei ? fen ia. I :t inlrad la Wi I A. Ib.?.111,105 Kuuibel atnti il ..i.e.1, to U. t. m, lloti. 3.10V Total.1U.?? To aatre date iu luiS.iit.SM IBM* Raubst ' l MBjatri in ti .ti: ,ti. ui at Vt'ard'i Itld.l.Vtt l.td? Naabat in Maria* Hotfalal. Hi l,<2f Total.I.JB7 LTOJ Oavrdrafl aa Dai i. Jaaasry i, it?. oas.oui vn H.ieipti to V. t. IS.**4.i,l*?7 1? ?iurr to Oct. A lor commutation ef iaa..li|era.0,j6O so?250.M7 Bt Btltnre.BltT.OM 11 PUbatstnientt, .? p< r pteyl.'Bt te ,?? ui,. toOtl 15, 1 ft.Bb*4e*M ?? Sundij . n BUaat to int. S and 14. 1?,7J1 W-2?Vt,aii 8? Or. t.lraft.^.0l\T?| 71 BOARD OF &L'l'ERVIlJ0R8. Snpetvisor Ki t, Chairman. 7m Comini. 'tr on fA,' Controller'* Hook*.? 4 coOV munieation wits iweivtHl from OKott Rtiiws, as fol? lows: Ntw York, OtU ?, l&M. To |Ae HajaroMs fAe II. .tr i ot S'a;>trr?t..r? titan r vir.a tn no- lib ot Ami ai laat I aiUreaae.t a nuaH maniration to your l.otiorabl* bo.ly re^ue.tui| yoa to appobat a Sperial I oiiiinilt. >? to invoatigate anil examiiie the Corpo? ration btxiki, and tu. ii eon.um tee wat duly appointed, but ap la ll.e I r...eiit nine tlies hate doUe little ,ir ootlil' K. i.ll.i tlie Uta? lority of the Cor.n.iii. e aeem K> iu. lined, tlna i. dout me treat itnuati. e. I nil. r the?e ein auittanrea I w,.u I in .ti r. ?]!<?,? ttulip aak that the Comn .it.be dltcbar|ed ami a new Cuuimittee aa i tinitlOjIlj. UhCUTT RUINMB. cStiji. rviKonTi i M.it sa:d he ha.1 attended rettularl/, but ail tl.o members, on some occasions, could not get gether. He, howevei, was ijuite willing that the coaa mittee be dim harmed. Snpt ni-or C'oiiv. in moved to aid two more to the comuiitt. i. Sup*il isor Vookhis moved to lay tho subject oo tbt) table, which was i arried. bill or t jiix.a roK ajtka srHvirsi. The fouiiinttc.- on Criminal Coutta rejKirtesl to paw Judge 1'carsou of the Ward Court fl.-'Jou, hit claiui for acting as a 1'elite Jua.ioe, in plaoo oi Btjgart, in alisposexi. ,sti| ervisorT' i hra was of opinion that this bill waa wrong, and a I hrUioatafl could not act as poliety n tr?te. Kurtl.er, be had heard tliat Judge Pearson very anxious troin time to time to act aa Jastiee vn tha In li h of that Court, in order to l < n. ut hut friends awl punish his enemies. The Mt,ok iwho had not been in the Board kr months before) appeared on thia occasion, and said that he had teijuested Judge I'enrsoUM to act in plaoo of Justice liogart, the latter being sick for nearly nina months. This Board he thought had been vary im* provident in voting away money and then disputing a correct claim. For instance, they had tiaid a ided* who was illegally appointed by the C'tty Judge. Supervisor Ticker said he would like to know when there was a untedent for this bold assumption of powtr by the Mayor. He never beforo knew tha Mayi.r could make a l'olice Justice of a Civil Judge. Tbe proceeding he was iure waa in every respect illv gal, and to make the matter worse, the Mayor ceiae in to force it through the Board. Supervisor Vo'iiiHii was of the same opiaion; fur? ther, that the items of service, dec, should havo boea furnished. SupfrriBor Ki r was in favor of paying Jodge Pear? son tor his serv ires, but this bid, in bis opinion, waa t<*> larire, and was not rendered in tho proper form. '1.' - Mayor had been pleased to charge the Board witht having been improvident becauao they granted tho City Judge a cb-rk that he much needed. Had not hit Honor advocated and voted for the large) increase of salaries?the salaries of the Re? corder and the Judaea, and other similar matter? '11" Mayor should be the lest man to come into thin Hoard and i :.a-.-. the member* with voting away money improv.iii ntly, when his Honor had, amonjg Hihi r things, attempted to push through this Board an illegal appropriation of f'JMl/itiO to carry out his Cen? tral I'ark operations. Hero was a scheme to cvado the law and spend the public money; and he lhankc.1 Cod there was a man?tho late lamented Hheparvi, C'ouniel to tho Corporation?who was houeet and indo EOMk nt enough to block that gamo. This liknced big onor. Tlic report wait recommitted, and tho Board %?, joumtd tolS'oveiiilier. A CORRECTION, To Ut Editor tt TV V. V Tetoaae. hiR: b OMSB Of the Republican cenntry papers r?' th ? State the name of the Republican Elector for ih? IVth CoDgretsional District is misprinted Herman RusUr. It ought to rea/i Herman RaaUr. There b?; ir.tr no other way to get this misprint corre/.ted, will yon pit aae call tho attention of the papers in <jBastion U) thjj sulj. tt.' Yours truly, ^ <?, AMHERii T COLLMOE ALL RIGHT. $271 Amu erst CoLiBCf, Oct. 21, lHod? To DM Fremo .? V..|unteer Document t^ommitta*. Gists. We uke pleasure in inclosing, in behalf of the Sophomore Claea of this College, the amount yoa find herein, f .r, to be used for the Re publican causa in the State of Pennsylvania in the preaent canvaaa. The Class with great ananimity send yoa this sum Ui aid in electing John C. Fremont to the Pr.-aideocy. Please to acknowledge its reception in whatever 3p> ner you please. Yonrs in the cause. 0. L - mk ti) ) PAMCKL 0. hT'iNK. . COBjnutte?. KRANCId AM ASA WALKER,) Pinot'lak ErrscT or a I/>comotive WHtsrr.B ooj a Hokse.?An intelligent friend iu this city, just ro> turned from tb<- State Pair at Watertown, relate* the following singular incident which occurred at Kvajua. rille, JefTerBon County, in his presence: A gaotlemaa with a very fine, bigh-spiritod, four years' old horse, had driv.-n down to tbe station for the purpose, es he said, of accustoming hi* horse to the Lsaoeaotive whistle. As the train appeared, the engine screamed] of eourre, as an engine only can scream, and at the nrst sound of the whittle, the horse fell down dead m Iis tratks, the victim of mortal fhgbt. l?alaioRep^Waj