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I 1 1 ' f 1 hapgood & adams. SI IBfrkli umilq Sournal, Drnottb to rtfbora, irulto, lifrrafnw, duration, loral SMdligrnrr, anb tj;t 3lrm5 of lijr Daq. $1,50 pes A32njai.njujTAscx' VOL. 44, NO. 27- WAUKEX, TRUMBULL COU.YTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, i860. WHOLE NO. 22 63 . CARXDFS IHUDWlIlESTOItC, At Warren Trumbull Co , Ohio, IS now 61V with amp'"- If. "d replete with the lte-l stjirs of norsK TRIM 1II3GS and mvt desirst-le ru-ors ir paiutmf blinds. Carnum intends t.iu),ply Paints, : Oils. Varalsb, ate. inctsl-eof A. No. I, Tip Top. Fx- , trm Z'.mt Or u4 in Oil; also.asn,ierior-aliti (round ia White Varnish, for Farl-w as -. Barntjm will sell Merchant.' at fobbing rates, and defies cosopetitioa to ntarts ontile ; .( New Vork. ana h her-with sends Lis cnoipliaieats J t. dealers thtt he ia pr:par.d t duplicate the prim r N fork U.-ases. inelalin the transportation ! nlj 01 those classes of aootia where it lorn. a great j par aenlaa. of the eopt Now on hand and shortly to j arriss floes. Pcythes. fickle (fol Daniel.) Scylhs j l-.eaea. Kalers. K.flrs, Hsk-s. si hives a..d tori.; ; (print. White Lead, aad Oil. J Barxum keeps a fresh stock of SADDLMtV. Notice th: je who want to hay goods low; Harnesa Trispsaing. S"I4 lo Patent Lrath.r sold low Bnux lUn'ls sold los Can-Up- Trin.mio.1 aad Mom sI. low. j IUkntjm has some, fine Pistols, Pie Barrel! Chanters R-Be Kami Is. Lock. Tii.rerl aad a goa'rai lot af flun Trimmings. Barnc.m would make further. taoatiaa of the Saddi.ry tra a. bj rt asarktae that ha has laid la h aati'C stack af that elsas of aoodt fiota the head dealen aad I e porters, aud he will aell ei thiag ia that line at lavett rate. Barxpm invies attention to his Card herewith aaexed : ROLLA H. BARNUM, ltijf OFTIIE ANTIU" VARE.,0. DEALKK IN ITardirarf, Noils Paints. Oils nd N. B. Jo HltVlir IS hVSKT Pspart MKNT. ACT KliIKU MtCKCn NT" UKEAT FACILITIl-i F.) FILLIN-I IP f'HKIP Oa aaad aad to arriv tC nUi Ko((t )-rir.fa ti sett. Az'ea dbUO lhs. Baaly rire. BAEAUM13SELLINfi IIOUE TRIMMINGS CHEAP. J. G. BROOKS, is at the Attcil 3if ae't Rraa aad Silrer Ra-ds. R- doa !oor Lo4ks. IISM - ltche. old aad new r."el. S - T-pTop tk-.t-s - Uaad lUkfS. AT TH MGN OF THE ANVIL." PAINTS ARE KLD LOW. j 19h Kef assorted Nails, 3v - Pi.ik... 4 &d ras, Itw It h:te Levi. K Im Ziuc. BE SURE AND BUY YOUR IKON OF BARXUM. CT 01.SS T THE ANVIL." CT VAKSISM AT TliK -ASVIL." CI rfilNGS A T TUB AXV1L." 10 aetts Win Uinre. CG3 " Knives and rorks. Sa i. a. Tea and Tai'U Spooas. MM) - tiood his Iroa p.oua. ALWAYS IX TiiK MAEKET. alwais &KADV to sell low, alwsxs tuvtt a Biii rTOCK. ' always Kaisr en iic sttles. Warrens May 2, 19. Xo El art! ware IIllViTS . ussircos cauoini ardwsra Trade. 1 saeU goods at fair prices, aa f foods so that m; easterners (hat. aa regards chap styles, their prcbe caabOt he excelled hj an Reserve. ROLLA MGV OF WARREN. THC. Dealer in SAILS, JJ. ! ri'T:."." ; - tmteud to keep win ,w f,n, .ew,.a.--. at the 8.uof the -Savii.' . . . nvriaiesutbii.ht.aii.e II BARNUM, ' t ii. aai ii-j vr.n.r. rnvKTY a PAISTS, txc., &c I I GOOD AND RELIABLE ' B 1 T a E i Hartfv rd Fire Insurance f ompanj. Itearporaied IB 110, with Perpetual I harltr CASH CAPITAL. 85M OOd. ' asfetts. Janaars ut. less, a 9.s J3. With an experiewne of oearls H ALF A ee.NTCKT.i t-stiar it character and e-Dri'. it i c mo.eud-rf :o the moHc as t ssesv eefs slid reltaH- enrr-ormtions iw ereate w t we FitoTBCiios AUAi.vsr LOas-; B BV filtS . . . Rates and roles as liberal as soivenej ana iatr ; wroftt permit. Losses iuiaiv .IjosW and PROSIWILT PAID Applicaut.s solicited aad poiieios issnea. Hy Jaaa I, "it- Is. i ri.i-i:.:. - JQKtfT AT trjIRkFJf. Ntir Lfalbe r and Hodins Store. I -.-i. t . w ' . i MfUKJ S O Cl.Ll. t 11 1 l.Ll K I X S - a. huna. mis STrr. Wsassa.o.. wherecai M had at all tiBMS ItMtaettie Kips. Uppr Lesthr. C.lau. fiips, WreSM-.h Kips, l-rekea Calf. Jle Jersrj Calf. Vk ole Lather. U em lock rvule Leather, - HA - Sole ta her. Oroooeo Sole LctA-r. S V. City Calf. Ohio Call. Hsrhor's Standsnt hoe Thrrad. Best H l'-en Coho-g Boat Weblt. Rest Linen Hoot Wei,, B Rett -atin Frsneias. Hetst Cottos and Siik Gslooi., BfSt . si. and I Pat. L -other. GoOB. Silk aad Mohair Lserts. CapeSbeepmadlB(. ae niaeklat. Phonld-r tl.-ks. Carasoa Morwiea, ht las rs. Measure lir..s. Msdru Woencew, Shoe Pi-rfhers. Sho-Nails. Tsapiee Werecco. Sha- i-arhes. Hoi fails. Preteh Kid. Shoe Mt-pers. w Tsess. Cossatoa Hiadlat;. AwlRUies. Viasnre Sticks Cocbinra' L n-uj. ph.eKlves. X-ne Na'ls. Maraosi Lihiags. Awl Haft.. Heel Bslls. f ho Bra.hes. P' "lott... Packard's Ink, Piak Linings, P Onurrs, femmer Wsx. JtssMsstevtssptSM, MILLIKUrt BLOCK. Kay IS, toil. staia Sucst, Wsrr.a, C Poetry. THE LIVER. t'u.ler the S. they The dwp, dart Sea; Xo unc eotues tlirre to pry. No man ave me. I sii-I the Fishes dim, Svirt, storing, atrtnge. In and alxilit that im, AVUilst the Dead change. Thry that each lit and stand In their own place, (Clammy hand clorped in hand, W t face to face). At when through J ight and Snow Struct the blind ship Still seems the cry to go Past the white li;. As I trvsj down the stair. First do I see (Hound the turn, unaware) One who knows me. Slr. tchnl is his Idoodless hand. Fixed his glazed eye; Though like a friend he stand, Ilitu know not I. Ko need to ope the door; Soon as I'm spied, Tr.-ad creature cross the floor, 'Thwart the roof glides I with my Helmet on That it must he Which the foui creatures shua 'X.a'h the green S But o'er the Dead, that all S-ein to lire still. Fearless lltey c!iml aud crawl. Slow, at tluir will: Dumh, with j nitm iing eyes Cast half behind, IIrn and Shell at the prize Most to their miml. Where twine dead Lovers' amis. There the claw strays; (111 Aer cor; no beauty charms Hi filmy gaze!) Where the dead Wife's caressed; Wheiv Mother's cheek To thct balie-mouth is pressed Xcver to i'Oa'. 0 ce thess looked shame on me, Now I'm grown ludd. Under the deep dark Sea Shines the red gold; Through one kept watch by it, I Umk his keys; Tht re di I he stare and sit While I tout fine. ! I ! j j ; i O'er all that peopled ship Li- my dim way. What suits my mailed prip No ie iftTes mi "nnv;" No man of those that lie 'N. ath the deep sea, W h i; hi r none comes to pry, No man save me. Ckamltrt' Journal. Emeritus, Miscellaneous. NEGOTIATING FOR A ROYAL REVOLUTIONARY INTEREST. Whose came ws. Empires whose stakes were rhrones W hose 1 able .r'h. wh.-sdire' srerePnaisa B-nes. In one of those gin-tiny excitements By- j ron was wont to indulge him, he sang as ! above of Napoleon L 'lhc tame may yet j be true of Napoleon III, for although he ! may not be playing the "game of Empires" against Austria, on his own account he. ' according to late advices, is endeavoring. Sarely to secure the -stakes" of bis own Throne. The Paris correspondent of the New Yoik Paul says : ' ' -I was told yesterday that the difiioul- ties between the Empc-ror Bonaparte aud the descendants ot airs. J attersm. of iial- T at ,h .r ,h. n.,-. . .... i Wtnha!ia. are in the wav of beini c;m- i , ' . - , r. e T..mm n..V .,..1 I... n.in.U.n t - v un. niivi Uu i-i mi i.j-vii i - T . ' Jerome, wno grauuateu at est roint autt , ii3now with the army in Italy, a Count j : ,.l r. i J . the rank, if they will formally renounce all - - ... . . we gave lately, a snort history Bonapartc3 now above tic political horizon in ThimTWV Ttia Km furor otri of TTirtni Bcauharnias and Louis Bonaparte; the mother being daughter of Joscphene, be- f,re er marriage to Xapoican I. and the father being brother to Xapoleon I. Gossip fives another parentage to Xapoleon III. but never mind that now. . , , .lerouic Jiouapartc, tae only surviving , , x- . T . . , ,. brother of Napoleon I, who mimed Miss ip.,ftr.An r r.-iltlmnm 5 I A" 1,.,t -Ln .-vij i.uinui.u .vy-T uuv " h-j.ti- to 7. u hri,l Vnnr.lvn f tt.ii.H t.-!- illnr t.-. I ! htS ...... . -.-11. .. -, " u.i ...v uivn IV 111 ia France, and which marriage, by order the of Napoleon L was repudiated. Jerome ' 0" basely obeyed the order of Napoleou I. aud asi-'C, . , , , . , . .1 i . I Uisearaetl Lis wile, who returnetl to lial'Li-i .. i- m . . .M -t. nnar i . t .ni..i. m . " - "HV-1U Dim UWT tl.i, U 1.1 Willi., Illl. 1 11- wi.,ic mirrvin? the daughter of the Kin- of Wurtemburg. Jerome the uncle of the i jrent Emperor, is now iu Paris assisting I Empress Eugenie in the management of the government Prini-e Napoleon, now making his way with the French troops into Venice to fall upon the Austrian rear, is the son of Jerome by his last wife. Captain Jeroras Bonaparte, who was in one of the late battles, is an American, ed- be the to u eated at West Point, and son of plain i ucr Jerome Booeparte now of Baltimore, who is son of Jerome tie elder by his first wife, Mrs Patterson, yet . The Jerome the son and Jerome the rrnnilofin nr fTi nnnc crt Iron nf l.v the vsl corresjiouilcncc. A few nnuths sin, anl before Capt Jerome went last to France, a lady friend in Baltimore devoted a portion of a charm- inz letter to the famous Mad. Bonepartc . . ,,,, or. aithe Bouapartcs still call her. Ma-L ,i p.. f i : r... .ocir.lln nur , J readers will enjoy the picture. . f. ... , r Among the sights to be seen from my window, is Mad. Bonaparte, who still re- t -n. ti V-i . r Iv-mr., inlf !e sV tains the maaks of beauty in her fair tk.n and arched evebrows. She wears the ever- lasting ornament on her forehead that has Ja in -.amracr is usuallv a brown white!) there'.y discovering t pair of little feet and ankles , i i . ben there all tier life. You should sec her on the street with the little areen bav. so- in- to the bank to 1 Kk after her money. She has a peculiar way of catching up her drcsa, (whi berege over the world a taat uas uccu ucr prii:e. now cncasci in the ndiest alinca one coahl im t-ino. Her bonnets, which she manufactures herself, are m.xLU in their way. She usually dons red feathers, but this winter she wears a bonnet without any crown, old fashion, sun bonnet t-hipe. The front by some ingen- ions trie' . is made to flare cotitLLraUr, in latest ..rofusit.n.Vnd for belittle distance you see nothing on the street but the lwnnet Poor old lady. Stic had not sjxk.-n to her son for 20 years, and is in- suited should any of her fellow boarders mentiou his name. But thegrumLt'n, who is now Lome on a visit, and is a splendid lo king fellow, she is delighted to taik of, and one makes friends with her at on., woe to the uninitiated stranger that spe:.ks of the son. The son (Jerome) is known by strangers by Vis -wonderful likeness to the GeneruL" Xo two in this world could bo much in re alika. as he drives by in bw burh scited carriage witli his tiger khiul. on a much lower scat. It lo. ks strange to us. who do not regard a mere name of mtuh wci-'ht, that serious negoti:.tions should be had relative to a I... r .... . ... e cuiiwiu yjk ii.iit aii't tltiu tl lliu liuiuc Ol ,, . ... Bonaparte. W e fancy the only pure blood , of Napoleon s family that has comedown in sn holiest chunucL is what the Bona- partes of Baltimore boast; but ss lcgitim uy entered iut.t the account of French royulity, honest blood is of uo more value than the tainted article A3 the sutrender of all right aud title to the name of Bona- parte, by the Baltimoie branch, would be confessing to illigitimaey. wj fancy the arrangement will not be made. Miss Pat- terson was honestly married to Jerome Be- nipartc; her being discarded was but an th- er of the shameless acts that will ever rite np to curse the name and fame of Napo leon L The romance attached to the marriage of Jerome Bonaparte to Miss Patterson would make a good novel. She was sweet eight teen, of uncommon Iciuty, when Jerome, in command of a French ft igatc, landed in this country in ISO J. She was ambitions, and Napoleon I. filled the woild with ad miration aud with awe. She married in ... . I li;iste. to reiioi-t jit Ipisnrp Ikv 1 I I vfi r. , p ,.- . " , f n , John Carroll o. Carroht.n tied the nap , tial knot The inarriare contract was drawn ur. bv Al,-xau.ler M. Dallas. Even " this d:iv. we an sorrv to R-. v. tbn arP-tt . " ... truth is not always recognized, that " . . -V . . P" Jerome an-i orute rcma.ue.1 a year in this country and in 1 -:(T. sailed for Furore and landed at Luton, in Spain. Napoleon I. J li,,.,! t ;t nin.;, l.e.lti. t. P...., .... . PCail rnUcCSSCS an I UC SCUt Out an Order fi,r!,i..1inr th rwir to l:,,l r.f rw,t i J r-- -. Jerome pa rtetl with his - wife at LisW he hasbcuit.!? to Paris to in. on , ti. i.:. v ,i. ..i xt. . : "13 orot.ier, auu tuc vessel iproccelin-with his wife to Amster.lam Arnt-msi i m,t.ini i t v.. a prohibiting a landing and she was force.1 seek an assylum in England, where Ju'y to ISO j. near London, she gave birth to a Jerome Xanoleou, uow in Baltimore andfatborcf Cant l! .n mr.rro nr. with the Franco-Sardinian Army. i Mad. Pattern-.! never saw her husband o.tn .n. ........ 1 t. .i . again except at au accidental meetiug. that ;mM,,., . i.f, ... . nam ii.iciMiiia-u uitct me tan oi u.c Bonap;irte dynasty, in a picture gallery in Florcn -e, Jerome was a-c -ranauitd by I rinCCSS, Or .'IS WC WOlll 1 SaV wife. ' J J daughter o.' the King of Wurte.n!rg. : weetiug Madame Patterson he startel a and s.-a ;mg t- his Irin.-eas. said, to ..TI..4 I., 1 . : .. .i . . .. ti .... i ; ' . "j " '"j "i-- o. nuiue- I... j . i i.v ii ii ii i -i r ' utiiu.'! v it?.L lhc " iter . anil tii?narT-.i i i iom ftrri C3 J 1 " , Florence. Napoleou I, never eoul I suci-ced. ) however, in inducing the Pope to declare 'live Jerome's marriage with Miss Patterson t ! to nulL It is said this protest of Pope I Pius VII has since that time been brought forward in a question involving the rauk of Baltimore Bonapartes as Priuces of the imperial household. The present negotia tion if there be one is intended forever set the question of rauk at rest It is said that Madame Patterson believes that grandsone is a child of destiny and wii! conic to the French throne. Mr. Jerome Bonaparte, the second, mar ried Miss Williams, of Roxbury, Ms3.,by ., our is whom ht ha J the son. now Capt Bonaparte. who was born in 1 3:3 2. There was anoth er son oorn in i Jerome, the sceoud. during the rtin of Loui 1'hillippe. was mujh in Fnm.e. and reived a large allowance fro,., his father. but was only recognized as a I itiorn e i :.-'.. He was noted in I ran -e for Lm reuia; a i- n 'i v, i t ii...i , li.p twn ii.in.f to Aaoolcon I. ai.il he also . ., r f ,-, ,. it has the fyurc of his rcnowneu un.lc. It was said, m.rcovor. that Mi Tatterson s!rj" tl.c Bonaparte family. fact miy have added to the ro- ' "MY HOME IS NOT HAPPY." i J .1 . - . Wllcre !,e hM sPcul lue previous evening. x . -. ir At.. I Lasl ev-"",3 1 "I"1 """'"S l:,c "CW3" i Pr- at u 3 4 kUOW 11 " i i . t-i. t u il i i 'lit u visit su;n maces, out iiiv iitunc 1 A fcw nii-','lb, sh,cc-a y'MZ man rcma,k- cl t0 th writer- iu n to a ciuestwn as j . u n)t " 'I'!' auJ 1 must nuu cnc-'rU11'- m?nt sunK-wherc!" "My home is n t happy." How many young men have made this- their pass-word j to perditiou! Oh. that it might be written a witn ajicn of fire upon the very every mother and daughter in our to them is entrusted to a Treat wielding -f home inOox-nce. If the truth were told, how ranny of our American sons. now steeped in vu-c, would condense into this brief but lamentable tale the while story of their miser)! How many have been led to leave their homes aud sjicnd their evenings, first at the etrcct corner. then in the bar-room, aud sv on down lhs steep road t ruin, simply because on re but turning from their daily labois they have been met at the threshhold of home by the demen of hardi complaint, or the blighting heart of lam tor latiu. ior .Wno ti, u iasma of cold indifference. 'I he young wan alluded to above was not coin) cllcd at Iimiu to listen to coarse, vulgar broils, for bis family were all professing Christians, ,mt ,,e naJ a warm aB!l generous heart, and be ef-uia UU ti.ere no sympa.ny and no eomp:iu:cnsb..p. but ratuer a sourness o e temiK-r. in which even Christians often iu- t - - - . t .. nvtm.t i dule t0 a wd extent t v t .,, . , ,, loung mn have genial hearts, and they will have genial companions. If they can-i not find them in one place, they will in an urver other, and that noble virtue of cheerfulness and good humor, we grieve to say, is often to ' found in abundaiiac around the haunts o folly and of vice, while the hearth t ne. which ought to be the focus where all its 'J8 should coueetltrate. is ctdd and dreary fjp waut of it To 1 sure, :n t ic former cv it is corrupted by evil associations, hut it is good humor still and it will have its effect on the susceptible heart of youth. r Men seem to be impressed with the idea J-ar3 that home is the place where they can car- ry, with impunity, all the bib which has been accumulated through the day. as the of business perplexities and undinty dinners, and which thry would be ashmcd to emit in their counting rooms. But thry can deluge the cars ot the family with :t ; aud housewives wait patiently nn- til the home gin with mourn , crcte .s comj-tcte anu men ue- e..i j. ! I i ii Mm liiourniui I i n : n : ;i Ml . 1 1 1 romiuiiiii - i ot the many culinary and other household disasters which have occurred during the , t ! t. .t ow d" .voun3 mca eo'c home m this , ;. t- . i , ri v ..I to pP1J,t-' Soiuctnues, but not often, let they ,.r,.ir, eu,i:m i i".., . i 4 arc "en --wre. and sometimes heart- - i. .1 ., . n-psjrnc i "rTtr:! i :.. .i.:.. v... , j. " ""ulu tl the hearthstone, every manly heart should " .. .... sei m. aua every loving smile eneounc.- But alas! the atmosphere of vcrv itianv of ,i :..i.ii i:... 4. "" iw ..m il-miwc w tuc .r- ..... ....... v dent and jreuial sympathies of vouth. whle y-a"' - - .. .. very many more there exist a favoritism the part of mothers and Mstcrs towards snmi iv-eilr-iil-ir n,,.i,il r nf ft. f;! i- - " v tac ottiers are entirely neglected. This is twofold matter. It tends to .innntn tho fo aTections of those neglected, from home, and place them upon unworthy objects, more cu" especially if they have sensitive natures, a"J lt tL''"13 to Vllb1 a home tyrant of the one so partially favored. Do not think, the cither, that young men despise such mat- ter3' for u?n t!icm the' arc 13 aS b e'i:l.Irn ca.i-irtn. .r i 43 ... , .iu, uo not uin.erraie tne care and the trials of a father and mother, but re- bsaring them iu doleful strains, before the Viilin -or memher nf th fnniilir ;., C: J ' . 411- dulging sourness and iiidiffereuce towards part or nil of them, only serves as a cloud veil tae sunshine from their hearts. the . I- . , . while it ui iir,s no cheerful ray to those who . , .- .... - . nai. n i i nun., innn it u ti-.i -i nfr.m .... ....... .i.v-M, i . i. .Iliu ViltllUC" snise the comforts of home, whca tlnvcwbn them may strive with all their powers make them happy; but with the vast majority it is otherwise: for there is a charta and attraction about the many litt!c endearments cf home, when presented by a mother or a sister, which eoicpaitipcly lew young men can resist unless they Lave al ready become hardened in tin. ! pay as It ha3 been said that Mother. Home and ,, x, , . : Heaven, arc Lie three sweetest werds m language and it is well for Ilcavcu a sweet place, and a good mother and a ' good home will generally lead to it Ectm-, i-, j nal, ' ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PENNA. AND OHIO CANAL COMPANY. j Office t r the Trs & Cnm Caxh C m . ) tt 3a',,Mti 2U-I T''ht khMrr. c the l,sUa,,ia,nd ChU, I llieLoardof Directors present to you their Anauil Kprt with the Ireasarcr s 1 statement, showin? the uuan.-ial condition of tie Company. STATEMENT. RUrc' "n Ja,,uarJ- 21. 10.. 6-.. 12.S-1 I ToIU r.ceivl in ?:.9 1 C.2 !() Co i lUnts and arrears of Kents I7.U5.9j rid f. r He airs I!) 733.C2 Ciitingent Ex. 2.IU.3II Toll Refunded 2-.2I I .. .. ;vil.n.,4 I2.I2I.C0 ... ... " " V . , t 7.7 r, IS:il .nee e ion secoti' t I7.fiU ned in M.di. Co. B.-mk 7.1111 43 2:i.0l3.C.1 I '13 HHA The Treasurer's Exhibit show3 a de crease in amount received for tolls of near- j "J ! IM - - W R-Kive Uat.k 4h $ 8.3 51 nearly an e,..,l one of corn and grass alng ' I tnn tt......l .111., Tl.m r..Ii;., niV v v..u.U J "'o :.. . .i ., i 1 11 .,.,... i cjunl ol "c lauureoi me wnc u cmp ana the entire line of the canal: this with the . diminished demand for coal in the Mm mar- escaped any unusual flood, with an abun dant supply of "water for purposes of nav igation. Xot a disaster oocura-d on the en tire line, caused by high and sudden flows of water. Owing mainly to that fact, our repair account for 1 359 is unprceedeutly low. Had the repair accounts been as 1 irgc as usual the receipts for the year would not have been sufikicnt to have paid it. 'lhc woik has all stood through the season, although in its so doing wc were agreeably disappointed, as we all that cx- ami ncd the line a year siuee, thought that i i- i i t i a wr?e numwr 01 llKk4- a numutr 01 cm' . verts, and one, if not two cxpeusivc aeiue- 1 ducts would bave re imred rebuilding ere . . 1 . thi : a if i. all the xtraordiuary repairs mentioned in our last rctKirt, remain to be done, together with the last years devel opments of falling structures, incident to a woih as much out of repair as is our ca nal, "eihaps the question may bo aked, why arc not thce repairs made? Our -ply is that we consider it economy to su-tuin the old woik as long as the repairs dj not com j up to the interest on the cott of new structures. Economy has induced us for the last two t0 ""pen w ttic services of an fgi":cr. and are on that account without s,,th a rcP,1rt; but frora a rcPrt m hJ GoOT Vinson. l;sa fur ls'". csti consequencc nntcJ t!:C extraordinary repairs that were tLen rcluircJ over 8 iO.000, Since then mmJ structures not by him enumerated. arc muA dilapidated, which will swell our extraordinary repair requirements some '0. ! ' kets. together with Hail road competition. ad combined to make the revenue small. .- i, , , ,1 i . 1 lhc section through which the canal runs, . is mpetition make it is ast lined ta re-, ut to meet such re-' a !!)() to nnt it i,. vwl navirMbln .litinn i ------; . " " , he nrosrsw-t of i-till tlimiinslml rpvenmv f,n i 1 ... . . . . suut of Katlroad compet necessary, u the canal is nn nmn , -,.. , , - , i . , : quiremcnts, kuowin" it would be hotielcss , , , . asK a eontriD-.icion irom tuc atocimei- tiers to repair and rebuild a woik that at 1 . riromisea si lirtlo to remiinerritf Wc clierk' the hope that when the C. M. Bailroad obtains an Eastern outlet, that , V- , . ,,.. I on . " " b j return to tlio iin-i anil a r iB.wn ,,.. J UUJ""'-" BUlu-,ul-u,' ,u,luw' nailer ourselves win uc me ease in a lew , . . it i-l r-J Imt rro vwion TTi-ist li m-i'lp tor Kii-t- uut Froon mjsl majciorsus. taiuin" the canal till that time arrives, r; o.l.e. man jy its prooai le earning All that are aeiiuauited with canal dis-1 x , r . , ! asters know mat tney ircpicutiy uappeu parts that had before been considered the most secure, as was the case on this in At that time in one night damage was done to the amount of $20, son, 0 to work considered the most secure on line. Although the earnings of the canal are small, they compare very favora- witb the Stato CJnaU Frora tbc re' port of the Board of Public AYorks we learn that the revenue derived frora the State ca- nals, fhlls 6hort of the expense for sus taining the sams over 8 9.000. This very formidable deficit is accounted for by the report iu short crop3 aud Railroad com petition. Ye think they ought to add to list of causes a very low freight tariff 1T..1 iiililll-im f . .1 T i t-mn ..Ii.A.l r 1 1. T.i i.-i liaii D I ill 1 1' TT 4VT44J .11 1 1IH1 -T-V4 V 11 1 11 11, t.- . , , c M , , a taree ueucit wouitt nave ixeu our 1 1 cxLihit iu place of a small excess over ex penses. Our policy is to make property a reasonable toll, in no instanec so high to embarrass shipmeuts. or ta drive trade to rival liues, but charging sufficient to sustain the work, if possible, believing that shipping iutcrests as well as the Stock holders, arc thereby promoted. In view of the foregoing, the fo'dowin? s , A Resolutions were nassed nnar.iaiouslv? - .... ,, Nuebeas, in view of the small amount ,kr;v, froM thc of thc naia of thb State since the inauguration of thc several Railroads of the State, and especially oi '"'S of the revenues of thisca siuee the commencement of the ruu- ninj of the Cleveland aad Mahoning Eail- Wa in in, It .. a-H Wmi 'I hat a permanent fun.l to the . .. , ... amount ot ninety thousan I tioiitirs t e re- road, it is dou'.tful whether this canal will sustain itsvlf after said Koad is finished ti Xew Castle, its Eastern terminus. And. from the funds vow on hand be able to m ike, wftuld lie trifling an 1 ineonsidenUe eithT to the State or t the individual ik'iol.ler. corrpared with the advanti- 2es to 1 derived ff ni the maintenance of, , , ., , llin tr-i if.- . I lni.it..n. iVWm, 'lhat a permanent fond to the! ui;t of ninety thousan 1 dollars I e re-; servcil and kept en hand for the purpose ot uioct.ng t'.c cst ot any cxtraowmary expenditares fr repiiirs. that imy be nee- ess,rv. an.l also f 'r wretiu or-liniry re- pttirC should re.-c'pts of any future year short of the cxpen ses. 12?s Led. 'lhat the President and Seerc- tary keep raid faud ou intorcst. with g.d sceur.tv. payable on ui-inaiid. Jtet'Jtvd. That after sai.l fund reaches sum of ninety tbonsaml dollars the in-j rest thereof lie added t the Miqdns earn-1 of each vctr. and the same be there- i - . i aiier reguianv uivi.ien. By order of the Board. C. SMITH. President. IMPORTANT METALIC DISCOVERY. Creoftle ttaitling tiiscovcrks of the. i :....!... i.. i -nr.. IU UK. HUH IU UI-l.ll - tae conrncri'i.ti au.urs or u;c woriii cannui . i r . n it i . ,i i . i- liefirctld. s alii de to the late d:sccv- , ofa new n,etuI the Byrne or. or 1, a 1 i 1 1 ipI i'J""- - - , money, which use is made bemuse it will I not change its apjarance by use uny more ! than geld or silver will, and not so mn 1, ! tvt.on iw ,vt,t 5, ,.el 1 , ... . t hen we caubuy a scrvier of plater-a 'c the inventor. This new metal is i f such mturc that cither an imitation of gold or - .... f, , , silver can be produced which would tle.y ' J lietcction by more than nine-tenths ot the' ... rtir tit ueuicr.-, in nuiu iu.inutuitu.icu ot puic 'Jiit ' , , . . t .e and silver. I be nios-t astonishing part ef, ,, . , , , , the discovery is that of its leinir so valua-i blc as to he used in the manufacture of , every article iu which pdd or silv:r sail 1 c us.il. The metal ii l:c:ng used now iii manufacture of watch cases, rings iiv frks. ("nous, headi for canes, toolh pens, table sets, chandeliers, and in M-iirr tim- lit u-ht.-h nvdil nnil ciilv'iie i w . e C i t. , i i b;en used heretofore; and when it is under-1 . . , i . i u w rv (ttsus tut j me ves a nui tnint at svaav iuuiii- ufaeturcil ttite for tvo dollars an ounce. n he j j I . , in fact I the immen-e rcv;l .t!on which it is des tined to produce in the commercial woild iltl ri:irti:il!v eniiielei.l Ita wiid.t , , . , and geuerd apj.cara.ie-e are precisely like, that of gold and silver thus making it ; j without doubt the equal of these metals in the m: nu aeture of evcrvt! in ; ele Lut 1 ofametil which represents gold iu every I particular but its value for two dollars un ounce, it is easy to j-erecive that a grc::t revolution is about to ti.kc place iu this bran.'h cf trade. In the silver ware the difference of price is uot so great A set of silver spoi-us which cost uow six dollars can be bought made cf this metal, and which will represent the silver in every particular of their value, for two dollar the set For our part we mu -t say th it thli the most astounding development that &1,"miIxial rrungements. It sursscs t!'C n'i:raJ ai"1 tcll-ral'h '"vc"tIou dahU 'Mil h m3' C"J iu rcvolutio,"1!:i'S -owu.... uu.,mut tu.t the woi Id has ever 1 nown as re.-ards its! - . , ... i . COW our whole system of mowy tschanges , J c lew l'sri .Vcw . thing-pithy, wise andlnd Anions these, in a recent lecture cood and bad luck.' he observed that LrcK. The R-.-v. Henry Vi'ard Becc-her a d t I t. T, I uu. i i.p u.v mm mi im,,lW.,le ainst them n.l tb,r V ".. j 41 tt . . 4l..t :.l l T-w e uh.ii ..cot to t:iab t-"c, nuj it iioou i Lf prviession, lost ins iuck m tne river, where vl j . -nri " r w'lth a suotl trade. perrtuallv bnrnt un! ' . , ". 1 " V 1 "L Another with i ia:; .tive business lost his 11 luck by awaking diligence at everything ' but hid business. Another, who steadilv 1 j I followed hid bottle. Another, who was l.,.j.,.(,.i.n,:i..i. i i l UV1ILDV 41114 ,VliSUlU. all, 1113 CT VI IV. Via VU L I . , , .. , , . . . ' ,. I f hsuus au s- j ua, tue at tt wv Avav ATaV'a A i v f tion. Hundreds lost th.ir luck by endor- . . . , i. , 4 sing; by sanguine speculations; by trusting ... , . . - '. . ... J . y eti-houcst gai man never has good luck who has a bad wife. A Morr.M.sa Citt. The number of la dies dressed in deep moaming which one now meets daily in tbc streets of Sau Fran cisco, truly rcrzuikablc and solemn. Ie ! terdn plained, this fact might lead to thc -re gan s It Lt Iking through Mentgomery street ves- c c c J v Ot iy. we counted not less than fortv-five. i . .I ,. ,4 , ,,,. , the shut space between Bu?h and V. ash-1 ' ,,. , I aetc-J 'ton streets. co. the efin not m.I i ! I te-ruoou. Uimi.linli tt.t mi. i.t . n ... ,,...,1.1... ... 4 auuiuvu uim uui til, " iio Ulllicattil V. uut .'. ,,,,, , , 3 , , nothins could be fuithcr froin tne truth. , , , , . ; results from the uncommon number of; deaths frota scarlatina, or scarlet fever, in-juiry In rav i t!'e t been ! which has picvailed this year to au ceitcLt hitherto unknown in California. '1 he - ,i : . i . ut una o.Tiui"tiiitlt:, llOWl-tcr UO DOTH! I . confined to this eitv. It is rema.ked iu ' , " 4 ; . . . I be Sacramento. San Joaqun, Xevada. Sc. LuLs. ObispKi, San Diego. Shasta. and ButU a counties. San Francisc IL-rall I AT HOME AND ABROAD. The policy of the Democratic party in j ,,reaKS ' u ' ? t- an ' we ..ii i . i r u'rcnin.-es ot a lew cstrcnic an i crazy ab e ouui is m agnate tnc suvery.iaesuon ' as a means of getting hit power on the part of .some, aud as a Cleans of prosccut st. ia; tLtir disunion schemes on the part of ,, .... , , , ... others. 1 hey take aavant i-e of the ont- I u olitiouists. and repr.8 ut there as the ran- tn)j jt of t'ie Xarthem St-.itsa. ... , - , . . ,. U l'r t!,,? ans ex.itc the prcjuhees j ,,f l':ic Sjathcrn j iplo agra.st their Xjrth fall era brethcrn. and hope t tie id them on 8t0- by step nn'.ilthey areeveata J!y r.adv ( t , etreme ifc 1 - .... ... . t.,c P1J of ph'aJil tnckst-r.?t) ad said vise the;n. Ail the Dciu xTalij Cenven t. tions yet he! ' in the Sou-h, in -1 liu Ten in.'s npP(. ., ! Kpi.toA-r W. A .rf '. " --"0--- respinsi'iility of the Uarpjr's Ferry treason u;xn the Kepuhiio in party. No disclaimer ion their part will ialurc ths Sjihem !rv .. .... ... . . lA'iuoeruu to tu;ti';ite ormii,yt.iecIiarTj. tc'ufti at Inline. But how ii it when thv are invited t travel oa RepuMiean Eail ..i.t... i ...:.!. r '.i: m . ivtiia.ni& uuuu it y tijati ui'i i ue n- . . , , tune is vuangco. i lie very men w:n m . ,, , ., T. .. . lil- t'ctuocraui; oaveiiuom os ien- ... . ... nesscc an I Keutu.kr. and who isned these jtlnrgps of war up -a tlie South aunt ., ..... . n,- .f. iitpujnwuj vi v.iiv u:it iu l d L. ,,it-,...l .... :.. .1 :.. t. e .i. , i' "c ro na Jarin3 fte wmin5 1 "dl J td rc!'or to whca ! 1 CT ltw P'jhick mount the htua? daring I the etiuing summer aul den uiii.e these ...... i . ... , rin; ujiou the Sou'.h. for the purposj of stigmatizing the true L'nioD anl conserva t've men in the country who. we trust, will be ratlyinj all over the Union, around some sou.id. conservative Unioa laau, as candidate for the Presidency and win could mt fill it ia their hearts to voachs ife one word of devotion to the I'nijn. vied with one another in , , , . . Coiumhiw and Cincinnati in trans to that . . , ..... u . win.- ui.inj;uiaiicii jcuiocratic fT.'i.l ? 1 .1 in 1 1. f.- .In TAhiuna. ... . .1 .... 1 7 .. e "'"i in hviu eiiuvt3j sua uctuaiit . , ., charged witn stealin ths thunder of the , ,. . . , 1 , ... a few mmths ago, whiletalkiug tohis par- . , 1 tizans fo.- party efTe.l, uttered the most At horaj they tell their constituents to I'rePare to C-'UJ thcm.?clvcs against a war u;w3 the South by these traitorous Bepub- lictms; iu Ohio t'.iey clink their camnainc 'lie3 w't'1 t',e'ae ,U5,,jtrijm fcIIow. and t'ae Dcra icratiu Governor of Kentu I:y who fivra Keutucky b-Vs them, when in their ,,,. , . . vchein nt dcnuucLtioiis against the R epub lican party. ch: r;ing tlum with produ.-ing the Harper's Fer y outb e k. aul with stealing annually $ I0J.000 worth ot slaves presence, that they have shown thcraie-lves trie to the Uui t.?ts truj as tci fise." " " v " ""J u 1 1,e3 .are f" & u! J I I t f HOW TO MAKE PASTE. (Hall's Joimal of Ilcidth.) Too nu merous to mention a-e the little convenien- imj,nrt a gM t0 ,irint j 1 matter, aad make rather uiScul: U read. Dissolve a ta bie-spoonful of alum in a qrurt of warm ees ot uavin - a littic Hour paste aiwavs at hand as iho-e mile of -nvof tV ti.tn i, as tuo.c matic 01 ,.ny ol tuc CUHlS - w w..t-r. and when eold, stir 5n as much flot.r on a dime, then throw iu half a will givj i: the coa asten -y of thick cream, being particular to heat up all the lamp then st:r iu as m ach rowdered ro-in as wil, -2eu cl.ives merely ta give it a pleasant odar. Next, have a vessel cn t!ie fi whieb b: a tM.e,.f,.l nrm,r UM,.n ,.-...-... """." water, pour the fl.ur mixture oa the iWfiW :t ..,,.,......... . - - - - -j ininutesi it w I be- nf tl.n t . -- - vwm.- wui-j ...,i :t..t :..t J i-""' "-"" iuiu a ranutra or china vesseh let it co-d: by a cover on it mt ;r ;n , .1 !,. Tt ;n i. .... . . - . "r mmtns. hen needed for use, take Ult,nw,:,m,,i a.rr. -...... . . w'ater, UP- lJSt thr twelve months. to prevent the suifaee from dry- Paste handled in this way wfll XPU month, DEATH OP tup -Tiimvit .'ijtt TV. ' . . st T I ! . " 1 1 t . , 1 s , . . k publu wdl be surprised ta hear that this tLirioiipl Tvprfm-TYior hna H'T.a s-n ! . f fV 1 't , 1 harJ iiVt "ectcd it very seven.lv, and on . , , , ' . , . i cunt txlay afteruooa, about halt past six : o'clock, it eeaxl tj show any signs of life, Soon atter the hard weather set ia, it be-! to give indication! of being 'out of j -rts. tir.d was ve y ill for three days pre- j to its death, being unable to perform j was covered wicb blan'.ets, auJ th.: wa- i let out f its tub. Several meuL-il eu-' tT.in.nn ........ tn I .. .1 T.t. .1 4 I t Vl I 1 . s ' Sll -Tl Ulllllflli w.-r. enh fir on? '..-" ! J, . - ji ff'va waat au vice ii.cy couij, wnieu was . , -, , . upon, lhc auimal. however, contin- . ......!.... r.t trrir srori mul nn edaesday af. being nnalleta cat anythiug. the ; rr.l "i . . .. t. wife of the proprietor rent to fee it It, ... . ,. uisiinctty iveoiuizea nor, and answereetner ( etly) by its peculiar grunt of Mamma.' trjing t roiic itself to orna; near her. Cffrt W '9 t0 U1Ujh fr iU nJ h fdl ! .U llc.ks8 wU1 - . 4 .1 . " : . . " I""!-"-- -3 was e.tnv:ng a good m.-oms from itscx-'f on, and not Ion gsinx: was oflered byj ,tot ram of l5oa fjr itI I LoJon Times, Tim. 27. DELAY. Th c -1 Ten hours nre fleetinu. Jane; Hie stimnti r sweets see on the wane; With brv n is ti:ised ths waving grata, T-:t:i iiy, O why, delay t ; Thi re's u:.ni;- r in the Wer !, my love. For life n,i:.l i t r onwur.l weve; i It stn.U this truth ton i;rcly j rove, - By running out ml way. Tii- fruit is on the bending lough, P.ut l.u.ls w.re tlure when Crt nty TOW ft'es l.riathed to thee. Then Ar.swered thou Thi re sii.7 Le r.o delay. ' Yit f. m.'i r.-U Iruotlf sir.ee then have flown. The Mack-bird siugs wi'h m. Mowed too, ' l h fir-tree tiro: s it dusky cone, ' Fall t-ver r've to-day. The so.t ai.- ra'-U-s thpjui;'i the wheat, .Vt thoua to t.-st, by c ut .ct s vset, If atit imn will its task cuuiplrt. To ripen rot delay. t AniiJ.t the stems, the.cora-flowers lie, Tlieir blu ; eyes watching ppj ie hij;h; Jut n ither t.'oome.l, dear love, when I Confessed to thee in Mty. uoraf, nn'tlion lor 'at r.ie, come ai'.H me; The Ik-!!s shall wsko with marrUg? glee, Thi.- cl.-rk and parson clink their fee, And both of them shall siv Was erer such j our guerdon given -. '. F..r lio.-nsing a uian to Heaven?" But b!e them both, f r they have rivea The uion;ter tailed Delay.. LOLA MONTEZ IDEA OF ENGLISH GALLANTRY. Love Focsded os Mamwox. Ia a re cent lecture on John Bull, Lola remarked that in domestic and social life she found the English very admirable and praise-" worthy. Tho Scotchman would love Lis ' b innie lassie because she was bonnie. - -The Irishman would lovs his lass for licr beauty an 1 acxompltshmcnts. Bat John Bull would rather love her if she lad gold iu her purse and lands for her dower. Ob- ' s Tvation had shown her everywhere that -mny inspired affection. The gentry and n b;i;t of England for the most part prac ti.'cd the most refined and the most wicked arts of g illantry. To wiu the affections of i young and attles3 girl, and leave her to m";cry, was a matter of boasting at their--clubs. At son e watering place the villian would oin his campaign. The poor girl would bo flittered by vhat my lord would say She has read iu novels of condescension oa t'. c ti. v: , v, ..t. - - ...0 , .v,c eueu J f i l 1 P " -V IaJll,i W 'J " " v.-tnu. ihe thingswere the fcLionilfo ananseiii-.-nts of the wealthy in England. i fact it 7a3 a coramt n pastime with icra. She had seen in the New York papers acv.-rllsemcnts for wiv.-a, which s!ic regarded as nets only to catch some kAWa giil To see tlie reign of ths mlgAr gd Cupid in all his greatcc and glory t iry sl.ou!d visit a winter watering place i Englaud. where liver diseased people, ' yel!o-.v as tlieir gaineas, went to recruit ; fieir health. Here daughters, especially soch as were somewhat paste, were bar g ined off t j ths ol I gent i wh Ltd return- ' id f;-!in the Iudie3 with gold and and dis e tse. Juhu Bull at horn in England, an.i ' Brother Jonathan at home in New England, " were the same beings niouifiiid 1-y local ' changes. FLIGHT OF FREE NEGROES FROM ARKANSAS. -egroea to leave .p . n- .. m l.Z V 'o w oaTcry ice law went mto effect on anj Dr ror, nn r- v ' V j . r , , " remain free, could Bby m . . , , - Kjf Mi A.kansasL Last week, some for lerntorV. some fir Tv-mna ... N- ' . .T a party ot torty (and children, arriv-1 at C It is already ksown that a law was pass- " ed by th; late A.kinsaa Legislature, requir- - the State, on . for life. the 1st inst, who desired that State them left the Indian - and some for , men, women ,'incirjaati, on - V" Welfmef l Fre ' 1' .f f f amved at Seymour. Indiana, whero they will remain temporarily till they can lie -iih nn thi.;. i.nn 4 .1 i: 4- - - ."uoucut uesiuiauon. . . I hey are poor, helpless outcasts the via. titiiu i Tkwta 1 l 7 , T , , oppression py . race whose heel they could not even stinff ., Ti r . e tn W1US- If allowed to rcrana in Arkano-ia th.. woull U harmless and impotent to d eiU but bein" driven is exile to a (it's tant soil, they will bear with them the re- mciaorance of their wrongs, and become. -vious on every favorable opportunity, the active S2d anforgiviiig enemies of their persecu. trs the plotters of eonspiracies. the cir. - -1? - t.l.-. .1 1 C - V , . . ' s ... . . , " boUtiievil St".t-9 th- 1,V., t , . . -a auj me reaay agents for movementa f.:, . . . of resi tance to the exeeu don of the Furi- - r.ve biave Iiw. Shall Misssouri become. - le A;L-..nsas, the ruthless and tyranriitsj , , 4 ..I i m ... tormenbr cf this class of poor, helpless arfd . . tguoraiii ioj:-v st X.ouis Acwa. " 'C II so e a t vcr I K te.'l " 8 ,iCt m "s cal1' ca be , rcvea ,1 bv- a i' ni 3 l,io of aa tpetre to th, pff ' --r-.. V feverish . nation i first t Simnlv m.iifen v i , LS ? ZZJZ! tmeL .