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Shadow and Sunlight.
Il is r wearisome old world, I raid to myself the o;her morning, s I tat by my chamber window ; a deceitful world, full of fair promises that are always broken, of bright anticipations that artt never realized. I thought of th long -wail ol anguish lhat ia evermore rising from the earth ; of the broken homes, the bleeding hearlsthe crushed hopes. I remembered that every time the clock ticks some soul, gasping, groaningagonising, is torn from ita frail bod, and sent forth naked and shuddering into the mysterious future. Here a bride, - with the marriage vow scarce cold upon "her lips ihe orange flowers that wreathe her hair unfudfd is stricken down. Death claims her for his bride, and they fold her pale hands over her still bosom, and the sunshine and the glory of earth seem buried in her grave. Little children, around whom many Tond hopes clustered, fall by the way. Fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, lose tlwir warm clasp of our bands, breathe a few faint words ot larewell, and pass oyer tho cold river, leaving us nothing but sad memories and darkened homes. The green mounds multiply in the church yard, and the vacant seats by the fireside' Is it not a wearisome world a lone some world? , Then I thought of the long catalogue of crime that with each day's record grows longer and blacker ( how man hates and persecutes his brother man, until the blood of many a murdered Abel culls to God from ibe ronudj of tlie prison houses that dot the earth, each with its share of crime, and wickedness that no prison bars confine ; of the great ignorance and su perstition that- fill the world the deeds of darkness done for righteoueness' sake , of the pagan mother throwing the child God has committed to her care, into the swift river, or burying it in the ground, even while its sweet pleading eyes are turned to her lor protection. And again I thought of the high aspira tions thai find no fnlliiment the broken day dreams the rustless search after happiness of the many who seek, and the few 'who nnd it. Fame, pleasure, learning, all have their votaries thirsting, pnnling for something to fill the sours deep yearning, and find ing but cisterns, broken cisterns, that can hold no water." A weary, weary soul. But hark! what was it that brought the glad tears to my eyes, and made me eay involuntarily : Life is pleasant life is pleasant, and God is good. It was a bird's soiig a wild, sweet carol from the elm tre but it thrilled through every corner of my heart, carry ing eunshine wicli it, and spanning my brow with the bow of promise. Hallelu jah I cried my exultant soul, "for the Lord God omnipotent reignetn," It is a glorious world to live in a beautiful world, for God made it; and from the frozen North to the burning tropics, he has crowdi'd it with scenes of beauty. Oat in the wide prairie, where none but angel eyes can see it, he has planted the wild flower, and pointed its tiny pet als as none but God could paint them. Away in the green forest, where the breath of the pities is sweet, the, sunshine jails cheerfully through the thick boughs and the old woods are vocal with life happy life. Everywhere, in the air. in the Water, and on the earth, are myriads of joyoiH creatures who know no care, no sin, no fear. And amoug men, who will say that even now more sorrow mingles with tluir lot than joy T True, there are sad hearts, but so are there many happy ones. Every night:, as the euu bids a smiling good bye, one after another, thousands of little children with folded hand and quiet hearts, kneel by a mother's side, and in different lan guages pray to the one good Father in Ileaven; then peacefully fall asleep to wake with fresh glee in the morning. True, a dying groan is heard every second, but aioutid many a death bed angels stand waiting and when the poor glased eyes closes on the loved earth, does it not open on Him who lasted death for every man ? , True the world is fall of sin and suf fering, but its soil has been trodden by the feet and hallowed by the cross of Ilim who knew no sin, and the Prince of Peace shall yet reign King of nations. True, we are striving always to drink at the broken cisterns but if we will, we may come to the Fouutain of Living Waters ; and above the turmoil of life is heard ever the voice of the world's Re deemer, saying, If any man thirst let him come unto me and drink." Thanks, little bird, for your morning carol. Go sing it to the other sad hearts, and teach them that God is good and life hit gift. Arctic Expedition. Late intelligence bas been received and published in London from Capl. McClin tock, who is iu command of an expedition now in quest of Sir John Franklin and his men. The last letter was dated at Disco May 21th, where he was reciuiting, after having spent tho last wiuur in ia. Capi. McClixtoci. on the 18ih of August, 1857, was stopped at Melville Bay by the ice, and from that lime until the 25th of April, 1S58, was in the pack drifting nouthward. lie drifted down from 751 H. to C3i N.; the whole amounting to . J, 104 geographical miles. Capt McC. was with Sir John Ross in his expedition in 1848, and followed very much the same course, the reasons being similar, but could not get into North Water owing to many detentions and accidents. Capt, McC, expects to early get into the Went Water, and thoroughly sift the Pond's Bay natives, so as to separate the history of Belcher's abandoned ships from such knowledge as they may possess respecting Fbanklik's ships. The captain further says t .. s "I hopa to look into Port Leopold be fore visiting Beechy Island, as tho former would be the place we should have to fall back. ' If the launch is injuted I will take boat front Beechy Island, and leave her there should I go down Bellot, Strait, or at Cape Walker should I succeed gelling down Peel Strait. ' ''Should I get down to the Magnetic Pole I will pass on tha east side of King William's Land, communicating with the natives,, and into Fish, river. If I can muaga tr 'complete my work in Fish river by ship ' it would be an immense advantage to , winter near the southwest angel of King William's Land.' w ,.' Webster on Sabbath Schools. The following letter written in 1852 by the late Daniel .Webster, to- Prof. Peasb, on receiving a report of the New York Sabbath School Association, which thai- great sMesmaa r"sd with groat pleatuift and attention. Ai is gratifying, in these days,in large cities where vice aud immorality run riot with impunity that there are thosea few humble Christians -who devote their time and energies to the cause of religion, anil we fervently pray their efforts may be crowned with success, Mr. Webster in bis letter. to Prof. Pease says'! ' ' The Sabbath School is one of the great institutions or the day.' It leads our youth in the path of truth aud morality, and makes them good men and useful citizens.' As a school of religious in struction, it is of inestimable value ; as a civil institution it is pricelsss, and has done more to preserve our liberties than grave statesmen and aimed soldiers. Let it then be fostered and preserved until the end ol tune I I once defended a man charged with the awful crime of murder. At the con clusion of the trial, I asked him what could induce him to stain his hands with the blood of a fellow being. Turning lis blood-shot eves fell upon me, he re plied in a voice of despair, Mr. Webster, in my youth I spent the holy babbath in evil amusements,' instead of frequenting the liouse of piayer and praise." Could we Vo back to the early years of all har dened criminals, I believe, yes, firmly bo- teve, that their first departure from the path of morality was when they abandoned the babbath School, and tbeir subsequent crimes might thus be traced back to the neglect of youthful religions instruction. Many years ago 1 spent a babbath with I nomas Jellerson, at his residence in Virginia. It was in the month of June, and the weather was delightful. While engaged in discussing the beauties of the Bible, the 60und of a bell broke upon our ears, when, turning to tne sage of Hon tiuello, I remarked, "How sweetly, how very sweetly Bounds that bell I" The distinguished statesman for a moment seemed lost in thought, and then replied : "Yes, my dear Wedsier, yes, it melts the heart, it calms our passions, and makes us boys again." Here I observed that man was only no animal formed for religious worship, and that notwithstanding all the sophistry of Epicuirus, Lucretus, and Voltaire, the Sciiptures stood upon a rock as firm, as immovable as truth itself; that man, in his purer, loftier breathings, turned the mental eyes toward immortal ity, and that the poet only echoed the genaral sentiment of our nature in saying that "the soul, secure in her existence, smiles at the drawn dagger, and defies its point. Mr. Jefferson fully concurred in the opinion, and observed that the tendency of the American mind was in a different direction ; and that Sunday Schools (he did not use our more correct teini, Sab bath) presented the only legitimate means under tho Constitution of avoiding the rock on which the French republic was wreched. "Burke," saiJ he, '-never ut tered a more important truth than when he exclaimed that a religious education was the cheap defence of nations." "Raikes," said Mr. J(lVron, "has done more for our country than the presenl generation will acknowledge; perhaps when I am cold he will obtain his reward; I hope so ; I am considered by many, Mr. Webster, to have but little religion, but now is not the lime to correct errors of this sort. I have always said, aad al ways will say, that the studious perusal of the' sacred volume will make better citizens, bitter fathers and better hus bands. Of the distinguished Ilaikcs he was clarnm et vencablle nomen." I took the liberty of trying that 1 found more pleasure in Hebrew poetry than the best productions of Grceou and Rome. That the ' harp upen the willows by Babylon," had charms for me beyond anything in the numbers of the blind man of Smyrna. I then turned to Jeremiah, (there was a fine volume of the Scriptures before me of 1458,) and read aloud some of those sub lime passages that used to delight me on my father's knee. But I fear, my dear friend, I shall tire you w'nh my prolix account of what was a pleasant Sabbath spent in the company of one who has filled a large space in our political ami literary annals. Waenino to the Intemperate. Charles Lamb tells his hard experience as a warn ing to young men, in tho following lan guage i " The waters have gone over mo. But out of the black depths, could I be heard, I would cry out to those who have set a foot on the perilous flood. Could the youth to whom the flavor of the first wine is de licious as the opening scenes of life, or the entering upon some newly discovered par adise, look at my desolation, and be made to understand what a dreary thing it is when, he feels himself going down a preci pice with open eyes and a passive will ; to see his destruction and have no power to stop if, and yet fed it all the way emana ting from himself; to see all godliness emptied out of him, and yet not able to forget a time when it was otherwise, to bear about the piteous spectacle of his own ruin , could he see my fevered eye, fever ish from the last night's drinking, and fe verish looking for to-night's repetition of the folly; could he but feol the body of the death out of which I cry, hourly with fee bler cry to be delivored, it were enough to make him dash the sparkling beverago to the earth, in all the pride of its mantling temptation." Ot Cntc mcrifan. Z. XAQ13. Editor a TSTJBENVILIiI!. WEDNESDAY.... ..SEPT. 29, 1858 TEBMS OF 6UBSCBIPTIOS. . The True Amkrican is published every Wednesday, in Steubenville, JetTorsou county ( Ohio, and edited by. Rao an, on the following terms : vr One dollar aud fifty cents in advance. Two dollars within six months. Two dollars aud fifty cents at the close of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. Of course this decision-with the general I ing, that the reception speech, delivered results of which we have now nothing to by himself, we regarded as quite, equal, in do, extinguished the lopes of iho hapless point of talent and good taste, to anything Dbed." The freedom he sighed for was which transpired on the occasion, in not, however, so remote as he supposed, deed there is remaining in New Lisbon Shotrly after the iuci'inent hie owner a high order of talent, which if distributed determined, indeed bad long previously properly, would enlighted many benighted determined, but then proceeded, to con- parts of the earth, and leave Lisbon still nf the veteran eaual to many of its 6ister towns. The VUk.v. I V ... f II".-. -I II L.. tl.n necro and his famify. The owner was .$1,00 . 1,25 1,50 ..31 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square 12 Hues or less, 1 insertion . . " ' " a " f. "3 " . Every subsequent insertion,, One column per year, 100,00 Professional and business cards per year,. .5,00 When there is no contract made and the num ber of insertions is not marked on the cards or advertisements at tho time they are handed In for publication.they will be coulinucd in until tliey areordered out.and charged by the square REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. SUPREME JUDGE, WILLIAM V. PECK, of Scioto. ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. P. WULCOTT, orsummit. COMPTROLLER. W. B. THRALL, of Franklin. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler, districtTicketT For Congress. JOHN A. BINGHAM. For Judge Common Pleas. NATHAN EVANS. COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge. WILLIAM R. LLOYD. For Auditor WILLIAM F. M'MASTERS.. For Recorder. ALEXANDER EWING. For Commissioner. IRA DALRYMPLE. For Surveyor. WILLIAM MARSHALL. For Infirmary Director. GEORGE M'CULLOUGH. the Hon. Calvin CJChaffner, of Mas sachusctts. But. a under the laws of Missouri the act of emancipation can only be performed by a ciu'zen of that State, the four items of personal property were fact should not be overlooked that there are as " good men and true" remaining in New Lisbon, as those who have eoughl their fortunes by mmoval to other parts. BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. i Nw York. Sept. 24. 1 o the Associated Press ; ih! S?!ilird C tn",M "! niwi conditioned the faithful performeac. or his duty 1. assessor .nil oollen'.rr as aforesaid. . 7 assessor " Sua. A. lt shall be the duty'af the asausni. I, the' month of April, la each r. to TiJit A't. JL - loiy.shop. protnur tenement. In tile eitr. nrt .Vt.ln who are taking, or are Mrw to tax .water t rim l hi to 04 itotHwI Jhr that DartKis.. Ih ,,.... ,;r il."0 Accompanying this 1 beir to hand you .ffi-S'OT a.?ki.ffS-fH copies of recent communications from the .,J0;'b.f,,1j:' ZilTZl'it'.' 1 018- r,1?"1' fault la waiitiil. Ami Ilia asownor .ball. vurrcupno. rnnu an aMMHiftit or tho water rrnt.tn b honorary Directors of the Atlantic graph Company and myself, to Mr. De raid by eacii jhtiwo -ini ti... Santy, the chief electricion of the Trini ru'ir-to'irnJ ty Bay office. wat.r, or trplyins frr kuio or acuieoi rates truiiluvf of tba Water Mr. De Sun.'v'a tnaurArs ""J'.l'v ,7,".vSe,75"r... ..' '."" 't tHU.ordu - " . ' ""u'" """"pr.ii.at aucli asiMiimeDt, when will De lurnistiea lor pum.cat.on without & 7B7&K'; Xt ft?,1 any unnecessary delay; I deem it prop- m,Luw'?"ii hlSW",''-... er to state as the result of my inquiries iyfteri "". hi n b,en reTii.d b th . . , p. pi i troHtetm of tia water Works, to make out a, correct Concerning the dispatch Of lllUrsday, from duplicate olUiewBter renin, i.howlrK the unm7nc "Wild Cat" Rmt in Davenport Iowa. A serious riot took place in Da venport, Iowa, on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning last, in conse quence of the refusal of certain banking houses there to redeem Florence (Nebras ka) money which they had put in circula tion. 1 he mob assailed the banking house of Cook & Sargent, and the resi dence of Mayor Cook. Mrs. Cook.while attempting to close a window shutler,was struck with a brick-bat, and so seriously injured that her recovery is uncertain. ai trie last accounts, the out-break had been suppressed, but the diflimiliv in which it originated was not settled, as no provision bad yet been made for the re" domption of the money.' . i .', . ;, ., PUBLIC DISCUSSION. - The discussion between Judge Means and Mr. Bisoham, announced in the Hei aid and Union of last week, we under, stand will tuke place on Wednesday evening, at the Court House at 7 o'clock. We also learn that the debute will be opened by Mr. Means in a speech of one hour; to be followed by Mr. Bingham, in a speech of one hour. Mr. Means if he wishes it, to rejoin in a speech of one hour, and Mr. Bingham to close in a speech of one hour. Any modification of tho above as to time on J jilauc that may be Hindi-, will be announced in handbills on Wednesday. As there will be many persons in, from the country, on Wednesday, we would a . r .1 suggest lue propriety oi commencing me discussion in the afternoon, Bay, at three o'clock, that all may have an opportunity to hear and judge for themselves. Dred Scott Gone. This renowned woithy, whose name has during the last two or three years been pronounced by thousands, perhaps mil lions, is no more. Some men are said be born to greatness, others have it ibrust upon them. Of this last class emphat ically was our deceased herb. His name will live in legal and political history when Jas. Buchanan will be forgotten. Why then should he pass from among us unno ticed. Dred Scott, like other distin guished men, had bis birth place in Vir ginia, but we fear ber historian will ne glect to trace him back to htr-"firot. fam ilies." This, however, will be palpably unjust, as he is said to be directly con nected with Capt. Peteh Dlow, and as old Virginia has done nothing else but blow for many years, Dred should be her patron saint. Capt. Blow took Dred to Missouri many years ago, and being only a chattel, he tad the common fate of passing from hand to hand until he became the property of Dr. Emerson, a surgeon in the army, who carried hltn about from post to post. He married another chattel of the said Doctor's and had two children, also chattels by the Minsouri code, Some dozen of years since the Doctor died. eaving J, F, A. Sanford his executor; this made him the'Defendant in the Dred Scott case. Soma two vears afterwards Dred comnienccd proceedings alleging that himself,' his wife and two daughters . L t , . . t were somemiug nignei man chattels per sonal. This was before the slavery ex citement had broken out, and tho Minsoori iourc uecuieu in ins lavor. i tie case was carried up to the Supreme Court of that Stte aud unfortunately for Dai'D, before the case reached them the slavery probaganda fevei had broken out. The case was reversed and sent hack, and after again passing through the Missouri Courts into ihe Circuit and Supremo Courts of the United Stales, resulted in tho 'spring of 1857 as follows: , ' "A negro held in Slavery in one Slate, under the laws thereof and taken by his master, for a temporary residence, into a Stalo where Slavery is prohibited bj law, and ihenco into a Territory acquired by treaty, whero Slavery is prohibited by act oi congress, and alterwards returning with his master into the same Slave State, and resuming his resilience there, is not such a citizen ofjhst Stats as may sue there in the Circuit Court of the United Stutes, if by the . law of that State a negro under kucli ciroumslances is a Slave.'' -.'. 1 A Douglas Organ on Lecomptonism. We have never known a party lo be mora sicnallv routed and demoralize made over to Mr. Taylor Blow, a son- t)an tiu traitors lo Democratic pledges of Capt. Peter above referred to, who.on and principles who espoused the cause of ' . r . ' :..o nM,,.n Of.ih ,.F RT., IRK nun hhprtv In UL'COIll Him --uure unu euu uc. ... m... was something so outrageous and tyran inn na,W wvbs., - ,n (he aU' mpl t(J force ft govctliroent probably as gratifying as it was becoming u)pn the peop,e of an jncnoato American to Mr. Blow, who a half a century before state against their will, that it has been had been a play mate of ihe colored hero, indignantly condemned by the patriotic - -.,., I I L 1 We have been informed that charitable pJntimeni oi t ie wno e country, nu ... hands have smoothed the -latter path of Tho vote of lhe people of Kansas iniED anu ins Harriet, so mat a ireeuom convinced the whole nation of tbe justice so tardily come by,,has not been attended of lhe representations of the antagonist of by its usual awkaifliiess, abuse and guf- Lecompton, and presented those who had ! I advocated that instrument to a most un Ul a trutn, lew men wno nave acn.ev. . - f h . Jministration ed greatness have won it so effectually as 8tjii nave ln audacious folly to prate of ihis, black champion, lhere is Utile it ihe English bill as a ''finality, and to may be of merit in his personal service, boast that if they could not heap insult nil.... .i..k,in, r. r and wrong upoir tho people of Kansas w ' fv- 41. a hili irVtA t vvr t, f n r i n r IV a a in . 1 i t lUi ljUO lilt: I' VI HiiW Ul lIVIVI 1 lllg II -0 W have prompted and paid for the fight. g,ave jnstilutions by dragging them into But he belongs to a class whose names iie Union against their will, thev can at are accidentally but ineflacibly associated least have the satisfaction of keeping with critical or memorable facts in histo- mem out oi me union lor a nine, on me i .1.. r r : pleu. of insufficient population ry : anu wi u aie uiciciuic nuioi ui iiu- T. . . - e . , ' II in a vprtr HiiinifiRnnt iAP.l. nnwuver. mortality than lhe authors themselves of U t , ., tLis finalit doctrine is enun- the events. The "Clay Compromise," ciated iii a few conventions of Federal the Wilmot Proviso," " the Died Scott office-holders, and in papers sustained by Decision," the "English Bill," of con- patronage of the government, auu is lemporary annals, are lo be classed with h6 Qny ifue Demucratfc docttine( obody ine t,ex juuu, me meuiueii x rea. . ge orlh ofMason and Dixon's line, is ty," lhe " Code jNapoIeon, ol the past. (n favor of it. There is no party among facts and results, to which chance rather the people in favor of requiring for the ,i, k.. ?.ti,0J admission of a free blate a greater popu- iuail IUCIIU una auai.ULy iiui.ivo, , uiwm , , , , , . . c , , . ', . . . T , .. nation man oas oeen uceinea a requisite lor nan rpiudie .cu.iuu.j,. . DUa t&miaQa 0f a save State. always be remembered, that m the person ye jg not evt,n inow a JforthernL e of an old negro who died yesterday the compton Congressman who dares avow highest tribunal of America decided that. his constituency that he is in lavor o O .1- .1" f.. Ll. ... ... )t African was not a man, and could not therefore be a citizen of the United Staffs. Pitt. Jour. Columbiana County Fair. The Fair of the Columbiana County Agricultural Society commenced on Mon day. Il opened out propitiously, promis ing a Biiccess which has been well sustain- this distinction. On the contrary, these men are distinctly proclaiming that they are willing to udtnil Kansas with any Constitution she may legally fram without reference to population. The advocates of the English bill, who voted for, and secured its passage, publicly announce, wherever they address the people, theii determination to disregard its provisions. For all practical purpose."; Trinity Buy, announcing the resumption SSSSi ft KTYfiiJuS tS!f-ite ol porlect signals lurougn tne came irom i deiiV.reu Tuuh, SiiSiTt a wii'ts vuientia. mat tne announcement was " Ji' " Vw.rPv Wf riinitA rlirninrK a riiannfrK frnm (Vto Sn ntVm I rcnU. iiuBiJitttrtly ttlVr tho rocelut 6t tli dunlinn t . . 1 a r .1 1 11 TVT I "ioi" ni iu 'nuw ,lv"u v' "'uivu uvvivv iu u vhqq llHL'QUe.U 01 l HO IH11U ilUtiH lir le wiouuti- out.iurcaca person oa viium h wair rent bag been . . ... . . i n i aMOHKsu. vvnitiriou. mat or nor 10 nnr ctm imif ih anil, 10 U10 ngeilt OI llie ASSOC.al.Ca rrCS, amouut ol tmch ament (tpurilyiiiK the auuuntof ii. . . i i IhH FHiiitt) Wituin tea dav irom TDe a&itt of unch nntien anu was iinquesuunaoiy reponeu in guou wljch noUce lUe eoiiwtor chaii dUvr to the Mnutw t t i hut r thA inliirmAhm. hnn nor. vtt u ouiumhj nnieu vj mm, ana J1W1, OUl as 1110 iniuriUHUUU lias nut yi lhe collector rhall. in like maimer, auuuulli .oL tha Ar.Ra.m'A.l Km 1 ll.t C.r.tir aailin I flmt Ot' OftdbSF. Ill H KM OUt ft htllliiA" tint liA tt 1 ItiMiai iium. ..ecu y...u....u uj, .i . ""'Uou.on ,h, UuplLMe, ho bkr.Mt gtawTolhS it nlnnp h:9 full rn.uv ftura nl fnp tnrfa I I Lhcir iutunuoo to uibcoutinua the um nt titu vuur iv. . I nu ir intr tlli'in to MV tllfl (Ullll (1 Hit. H h Im tu. Ho frim regard this statement aa possibly premv tiie date of such notice, wiikh shell l ueiirvna to. ' . . anil bffCftll fiirlkaritii. hv thu inwUea. lurtJ. t ib tun clluicu tuui wu ouuic cnu I pbj, m, if ul tpr XiX9 du plicate is made out. and ratntfi- f lhe cable at Valentia must be taken up iXSTSnY-.IZTL'X''J for 9 1 Mlanrp nl snvpr.i! m PS which DV Ior upp' 01 wiHiut, do noun prooteu iiuuiei late y 10 ior a uisunce 01 several rants, wiuou, ujr .millB tllu nrwniB0,. Rnd hirIhi an ...,,,-... rnaenn nf Knil wodiIiaii fir iifhpr iinnvnul aui.iunt lo Ii DaiU. whlcU lie shall recurn to thtifnllr.tnr. I Anil !.hH 1lhRKiilliltlt IH-niiHflifiirB nf liii. Mllai.t..v wA HU1B UILUCUUies, I1HV occupy llirct) or imu awoFFor rau do me snuiuaj amtequirta oy utauTtutn 1 'in 1 .1 t . 1 nnn action or this ordiuauco. WCeltS. 1 10 tlentll Ol Water Wlllllll "UU I Kin. . All ah8BHuliCi. excont In IhaMtaamnntlnmiil f It. Trinlt nnast. in frnm 150 to Vi ?.!J,RHf W?r rom . .Hv -' - -, .-w... iu, unit UI Apill, uuu HUB1J HH liaauie. Out Dull on ute nflO Hi inm nnH it in nut. ilnnhlcd tli.it "rKl 01 "ar! nu wnotiier nir on the first ol Octobor : OUV laillOrOS, ana ll IS nOl UOUOieil Uiai ,roviJ(ji . honker. th.U no person shall ber.qwlrea 10 even 25 ) Imi es o the cab e cou d be i"r .' ?r raised, if deemed necessary. Respectfully, etc.. CYRUS V. flELD. New York Sept. 24, 1858. To C. E. De Santy, Trinity Bay . lire at dissatislaction exists in this coun try with the reserve maintained at Trini ly Bay, in contrast with the frank com munications from Valentia to the British public. Give us daily information of the state of iho telegraph under your charge, (oignedj . ETER UQOPER, UYROS VV . f IELD, Wilson G. Hunt, E. M. Archibald, Watts Sherman. The above was taken to the offices of tho other Honorary Directors in New York, but they could nut be seen ; hence f ', street iu niA-h the taia pricoirai pt h imi : . ' . ' and, lo i:asBr msluctor Mfuaal to liara nuca eufficiont llie absence Of their Signatures. Kop-wck rfflxcU. or ir any iwraon rhull open it, wbeu - I oioiieu vf inu uimniriir nr oiuer auiuoriheii porren, lie NEW YoRit. Sent. 24. 12 0 cl k M. lor hhe ahall be liable t-i a fine, on con?ioUen tlifrccf, - To Mr. De Simtll. TniNlTV Bay: Beo.III. ir uny iluiub.rur other 'iorson. whnmnv be .... - ... . . . Mnmlnvml to luv Knv rrlvatll I.dm. nlnn kuvini. m. Oil and Mr. Juack hmncli ur lir.inclitH u uloremild, nr .0 ul'r or repair the n.n .1. i: ., .... M .... :J siinie. uui ueaiwi. or ruiuto io uinx iirt. proper ana ay are contradictory. Now. please give f uiiuiei.t tou eock as ruuuired i the tonV-o;, na pvniii.il nnswrro In Ihn n nn' nir ... uu, wuu a firmer uiouiuk booth, ai least lour liicnos me expilLll answers lO llie lOUOWing III- Uiiuare.-eui-.ilydonluttlietopwiihlron,8toue,bi-iek auiriest 1st. Are vou now or have you ?1' wo0nn,n'u''b.m;luD,,Vtbl,10BtnP-co.m&y . i;u rtmuiir 'iiio wvtiruii, no .11 in uh i biiih in h nn. lhhih. been within me last inrue uays receivni"; tor. o cuuvicuou turieot. 01 ten owia and the cwta: .. . . if -t ,. a i i I anil, it'tlieownnrorcccupant ot' any lot tbHll refune to ed, and gratifying to- all fnend.1 of the there are none so poor as to do reverence Society, The weather could not have to lhe English bill in the North not been better the -skies could not have been brighter, baling clouds of dust in the Elreets. On Monday the entries of stock and other articles for exhibition weres com plcted ; a great many having been made the week previous, and by noon of the first day nearly all the stalls for stock were taken up. Most or tne stock vrss brought in iu the afternoon and evening, unu the balance ou 1 ucsuay morning The Plowing match on Monday after nierly owned by-Samuel Myers, one mile 10 P"Pulftftlon north of lown. Ten teams and plowmen were entered for premiums. The ground was dry, hard and in bad order. even its own authors. It may be, indeed that these Congressional candidates, are insincere in their prolessions. litis we think probable. Having been false to iheir constituents once, they may be false again. It is certain that they would cheat somebody either lhe South, which re lies upon their ailherHiice to ibe restrictive principle which ihey endorsed by voting for lhe Lumisli bill, or the North, to which they now proclaim their determin ation to admit Kansas without reference But, for the present, we speak of n victory gained, because no where in the North can there be found 1.,, any considerable body of men willing to avow iiieuibtiivua 111 lavur.ui tuo uri;iii;i 1 11 A -. .1 iivow iiieiiiBcivca ill lavur.ui mo uimiiii nlowioGT was well done consider ng l ie T . , 1 i r.- nt iu ...n.,A Lecompton movement, or lhe principl kmrl nml nnnriitinn Of the 1'round. . I r r embodied in the English bill. Every kind and condition cf the ground. . 1 i- . 1 1 wuiitJ a numuer ui uerttiuiv ncm uui m . . ,. . . rt - M Aa -, - 1 .1 .. 1 . I -II ' WllCie JliUliillillH HlVUOttUUO (JUilUUlilll UWli Baa Ka r.irmaid ovhi .1 . tKoir cL'ill in tonr. o . 1 1 1 . IlllCDU llJUdSUICO ing up ...e grouno, on many wen-wu u tfne tbal official uillotillfi is nmAir ain r.nnnnnl .if tliti .1 tolanta IV nil Id I 0 - r v 8t work tloi jl8 best t0 8ecure lhat ulll u 1.0. UB wei. ,or . umntgers u.tcr f . of ini(mM which.,,e Union to secure ground nearer town? JkahTy iairM anj LeaJ ' ia rmwi tin I npuflav nrfprnnnn wna F . . J - ..... . , - ,." . v , 1. after head is chopped oil to attain th vanuut.iv CBUiuniou iium u.w w in,. ,. . nt .1,. U ..nn,.n .hn miomri 000. Large masses of people have a ways ,J. . ,, ..,. u.,:. , , f. XT t u c ii r ed to mop up ihe ocean with her broom attended the New Lisbon Fairs al of . -ui ,i,..i,t; . t .... , made abnui as sensible an adaplation ol nhmh mo hoira anon Inr notlnrDl 1'uQVd diw . . .r . . . v .v... ..r .... "-ineans t0 the end desired, as lhe offieia: we think, no previous fair could boast of , . . .... . so many people. Ine King is in driving, but il is of an oblong shape and horses cannot be put to the top of their bent as they have to be checked up at either end. Rings for fast driving should be either very large or form a perfect cir cle. 1 he swings. ine circular swing men were on bands. The ladies seemed lo enjoy rotation vastly. We noticed one sans crinoline damsel circling lhe air on a wooden poney, and holding by and lean ing her head against the upright iron with an affectionaicness worthy a better cause. who seem to imagine that the proscription I sf tlin tnrlnnoiiiliiiit m!vSln 1 f-l tkoin btaeMMIO 111 I UI lllo II1UC UCIJUGU h CLIIUS III HIGH OVIMVV very good order for P,,nn(r.,lf! mnS nflli.i(,a, convictions ...a. ... , . of the American peoplo lhe liecotnptonites argue tuat mas much as the votes polled at the late Kan sas election are nearly equal to the votes of the ordinary Congressional districts of the country, her population must be near ly equal to that required by loe .Lnglis bill. They forgot that Kansas is settled lo a great extent, by young or adventurous men, many of whom are married, or have leu their families in their old homes unti ihey could provide new ones for them. The proportion of women and children to 'n.i,:..- :. -i. ii,. n. c . I " A ttn.llll& It nilUiClllCI, .1 WU9 tut) lillOSll.l , I . I ll i -L-L- . ... - ' l ' 'he number of voters is much smaller in ' 7: :Z Kansas than i. any .Id community i ,,...,(,, ' ,p, . . So that a considerable lime must ever iieiii in tne oimc, i iiih seems to ue the unanimous sentiment of the people in attendance. Tim Re-union Mertinq or Old Cit izens. At 7 o'clock,on Tuesday evening, a meeting was called of former residents of New Lisbon and Columbiana county, who attended the Fair, A brief reception n ... i -in o iv i -i. . U speticu was iiihud oy i . o. troinu, a:icr which the meeting was organized by elec ling Dr. George McCook, Chairman, Dr. Geo. Tries. Uen. I. J. MclVaig and Gid eon Iloffstott, Vice Predidenis, and T. S Reid, J. 1. Fleming and Albert Armstrong Secretaries, ihe meeting was then ad dressed in a happy manner by Dr. Geo, McCook, the Trcsident. after which, eloquent and appropriate addresses were delivered by Gen. McKaig, Hon A. W. Looniis, Judge Coffin, Dr. Fries, Dr. Jno. McCook, Col. W. W. McKaig. Hon. Jno. Larwell, Thos. S. Reid and Rev. Z. Ka- gnu. all of whom boro testimony to the yec elapse before Kansas will possess a popu atiou ol Ud.OUU, and il ber admission delayed beyond 181)0, the ratio will be about 120,000. . But these very same Congressmen wh have voted for the restriction in the Eng lish bill will Lo called upon, at the next session, to vole upon the admission regon, ana although she has a less pop ulation than Kansas, we presume she wi be admitted. Why, then, should an un just discrimination be enforced again tho 1 erritory of Kansas, and men punished and proscribed because they will not, "like scurvy politicians." gu "glass eyes," through which they can sec a reason why a slave Stale should require a less population than a free State T , The English bill requires lhat a censu should be taken as a preliminary to the formation ofjho new Constitution, but we do not believe this will be done. Le compton was considered as sacredly em balmed iu all the "forms of law" witho.it Could be I"1 ,or tl,e n,,e of 'er for a longer time than six iiiuuiuni whw uud Kiinu uub uiiiivo i uia ir tier iiiusn lion to uncon. mue ph required by the next eeotioe of thia oruiLuuci), and hue actual! duconUnued at the expiration of six month.. fcto. 10. Anr person lnundlnf to dlncniiltnoe tha O'e of water, at thaendefaix mouthx, nhall mIto notice tbfri'of in wrltlnu to tho unenmt, at least twvnty duys before the explrutiou of eaid timv; and. on failure to give ucn n'-uutt, ue or sne nau do nem liable to pa) lhe amount of I he assesuuieut. for the next aucniu-dTnir feix luuuthtt. 8eo. 11. That plpcj hall be drilled, and ferrules In serted under the iliinction and with the approtiutlon of tne irueieea ui iuo niuer noras, or unutr aucn rules and reiiulaiinna as they shall prescribe: anu If any plumber or othnJ person, not duly authormd, or iu vlo latiou nf any rule, n-guiatiou oi order ol said Trustees, s'lttll drill nr ina'e any opening or insertion. In any iron pipe, counected wi'h tbe vater works, he ahall be liable, on i onviciion thereof, to a line of twenty dollars, and tne oosis. tito. ll Every person contracting for a supply of uter. shall cause the i.rivute'niue conducting ihe mmn to be strong ami substaiitially made, and shall aise cause a stop coi k tj be atHxed thereto, upon the ride walk, and within twelve iuvhesof the outer line thereof. And every person whn miy be supplied with water from a Draucn oouneuieu nun a private pipe, shall have a suf. tluieut atop-oock atfhtd to said branch, as near as eon veiiiently may be to the private pipe aforesnid: and every person having a private pipe cuuneuted with tha priu eipa) eipe, for supplying courts or ulley, shall have a tulTaieut stop-cork afllxed to tbe said private pipe. wunin twelve lucnes ui m outer line ot the fiaowalK comply wiili tho foregoing provinions. or shall suffer the unrniuK over the stop a ck,u in a struct or alley, to reuiniu utcovered, he shall be li:ib)o lo a fine, on cou nt tioti thereof, ol five dollars and the ensta. Mu. H. if uny owner or occupant of premises, Into which water hm !'on Introdueed, thull sutler or permit uny p'itson to nort to, or use the 6nme, without iiKing iiutnedintii notice thereof to the ast-e'sor, he shull be liable to be drftes-ed ty the Water Worka trunn-s in suohsum an they may ileem just; which sum shall he collected In the eurne uianuor as uher water assessments. And moreover, tha purson Unottiugly pcriniUina such use of such water, without iviD;f uiilice us aforesaid, and the pnron usms the siime. shall each, en convlc tion. he lintiln fur every suuh olTenoe, lo a flue not ex ce 'dinu' twenty dollnrii. and not less than two dollars. r-iio I?. If liny pcrsoi shall permit or allow, an) wll- ,. ., ,. , ful wa;tor u.iw or water irom his rr lier b)drant,or asccrlaitind th;il tlie enms tin A os.W lien other lixture: or use the sume lur nurnocea mh.. th.n til .i r i T" t a .1 those iiurwd upon and paid for, heor she shull be liable. Kill m inii(a nil Hiahtli nief.. Inr Nnnlh. ....:...i,... .1, ,. t. " I" ' v.. v..w v... , .w. -'-"" I wi" v'-u.n.iui. ...oinwi. v ii.j a UMV. 101 every BUCA nmnlnn 101 a I .,olr iva . in rr hoa m ' ' ,'"'"!' to nornrs. .i.ij.vii, imu uif.n ,r mii.iii wmi. i on the second deck, btie in a distinct iignals from Valentii. 2d, Can you send a message, long or short, to the Directors at London. 3d. If you answer the above, please tell me il the eleclnca, uiiiiiifiistations havu varied much since the 1st of September. (Signed) Cyrus W. FiELn TIIE BURNED STEAMER. New York, Sept. 24. Il has been .lllg- oeam snc.lt). Any member or the Trustees or the Water u V hp tlin Work"i E'Wiieer, or the Asfessor. (.hull have au civ ut. inu ,i,nri,, to enter auv dwelllnn. or nih.r burned Steamer. As the Upper deck had whir It may nrptiar that tlwre is uu nuecaury or , ,, , , , ' 1 , , wisteful fl-iw of valer, and ex imine anil enquire into probably bumtld Oil When Seen by the the cause thennf; and If Itshnll appenr that such flow . p .1 T i i .1 I nroceeds from the want of proper repairs, or any duoet Cap.aill Ot llie Koseuheatll, the WrecK In. or injury tis 'ha pipes or other fixtures; and it Juci would present the appearance of an engine immediately f,.,r such iioiiie, to miiS th. milvtZ 111 liuumijr any ueieel m sneu piies or other I1X" uy lnoiulwrs of suid Trustees, tha Engineer, or working tlirouini the uoner deck ; it is tlierefure feu red tlmt the steamer seen on lire may prove to havo been the Ariel; she had on board 180 passengers, and over S187.O00 in specie. It is feared, however, lhat it may have been the Aus tria frnm I'.roirwm am Sni.lli..mnl.m Kiliinl, to enquire Into end aacenain wlin' nersoiis nreuslnir w.u ....... .v....t.. uuu KJ.IIIM.U.U1..-I.,.. iih.ii , , W.l.11. b., ao,....! .,,diii, ... ; i i . .1 ..i i .nrir-.r. . .a . x-T"? r.-""1? " saueti on ine tii, anu is now several a:ivs r"",1" to me sum trustees witu J I n.l llla fi.ln nm.im.nrV III nr.nl.ln ..1.1 .......li. .... l ... , I i vuouio raiu milllUlllfl? HI ,eNI iivci uue , ttuc una, it is bltuuoscu, over '"" 1'""" l'e"u"". "iireeatny to tne provisions of -nr. i. i nil I ttiis ordinance. And sucli aisessineut stuili be at tha 500 passengers Oil board. there IS Olie usmtl rate, with ana WUton of ten tier eent nenaltv e paid to the As. pairs, and I Hies, auv t hu Asuessor. -oall chush ths kuIi r in h. .hm nif i,nm sui-h lirnu.ifHS, until thonecessury repmra are made, er deli c's supplie d; sud if any person shall let on the water lief -i this Is done, or resist or oppose an exami nation of the prumisoa, as before autlioiieid. he or she shall ho lin'ile, on cor-vioiiuu thereof, to a fine not ex ccedini? twenty and r.ot less than two dollars, together wttn tne cons or prosecution. euu. 17.lt shall be the duty of the Assessor dlliKntly passengers on ibility and oivvmuiiiij i.i ui unu ottlbj Ul tu Bttifltr nr lllJ RerVtfPS. crew anu nasseii2rs, which is a stront? .11 .t..... ,T,,,rr"' ... . ' .1 t uiiu cuir cieu, uiiiiw Olie: the burning Steamer had no person thlsoranyothuroralDanreri-taiinL'iitheW.tHr Works, , , 0 , , , ru heriit.ypledKedalid appropriated as follows: trst- Oll board When SetnbV llie Vessels, ailtl as tor the pnynieut of expenses iuoitrred In superintending 1 ., . 1 ,, nd kecpina the works in operution, aud the icnnlrs and Slie was OU llie track Of thO numerous extension uf the same ieor.nd-for the payment of th. lines running between this and Europe, JSiiiS6r"rX nntSM&ffKrSV&tflil the reasonable supnosiiion is that thev IK'o;., were all taken off by some eastern bound KVK Steamships. tb '01,n in the construction of the work;-e.ml to this J euil. It ehnll he tha OlltV l.f tha IMtv rmmnl .k.. Bn. such surplus tha 1 scsumulute, to invest the same In the EXECUTION OF A MURDERER. ZiiiirandTS lh'ebt aforoiaiJ DaVIMK Sent 'ii V T illnrliP e0;.lv- lt U , the duty of th. seld Trustees to LlAjyaLt-i OCDI. J, Viarive, keep the account ol rece n s ami d Oiiirn.ieni fo .n.l convicted of the murder of his wife, by 2"," poison, was executed to -day, at noun. works0' rui"'rt tho cxatt "Baicil11 con(iilio t w Since llis conviction the prisoner had Br.o.20. That tp secure the prompt payment of tba e . 1 .1 . ... wntir rents for the purpose aforesnid, Immeolately after numlested the mOSt Surprising indifference theexplratiou ol the ten days notice required by th. , . T . . . 1, . 1 . . , seventh section of this ordinance, the Collector shall tO h!8 late. Last lllght he slept about deliver to the Tru.teot of the Water Worka a Towtlfiwl thrpa hours rift was in Ihft hahit of ""i01 those who are delinquent In tin payment of tbtir tureo umirs. lie was ill inu llHOll Ol water rent-, sh uving the amount due from each. And talltino freelv with an nltpmr.t nnpp nr " "hall ha the duty of aid T-usties to cause the water IHlKing ireeiy, "'"an attempt Olice Of te be ectually withheld fnim suehdelinonents untll twice at levity.. Ihe pUStOry Of the dlf- Jh.w-uer rents, toitother with ten per cent.penaltr , . ' , ' . , , . thereoa In each case, are aid, and th. receipt of the ferenl Prole&tanl cllUfches Were With bllll Oulleotorl; produced eertlfyln to thesame. 1 - 1 - 11 1 . Bto. ii. 11 irom any cause whatever the water cannot llie momiDg IU lllS cell, endeavoring tO be withhold In oases ol vlolutiug the Ordinances regit- prepate his mind for a future fate; they iZoWvl also attended him to the scaffold. Clarke 'iKJit .t0. -JM i9 .Hl3 occupied 45. minutes in reading his speech, nSid CorS't"!, wuuru rJSS mW in which he firmlv asserted his innocence. xo. i'utiii. "Drdinance to provide for the man- H, , . ,. , ,. nKomentol it. nater Work?, and to regulate tbe dig- S endeavored tO implicate Other parties, tiniutinu of water," passed January Wih.A. U. l6i, i ,iij it., , i, .. , ... J ' ,1 ,;) and" An Onllnauce to provide lor the election of True- nuu gcnaicu hiiaiu3 nag icnuv aim mi- i iocs oi ine nnier vvorHS, piiaseu February lulh, A. O. ling to die. He di-.-nlayed the utmost 'the 6iu WZZVrl S?' rnnlllfsq ihrnildlinnt nvppnt r!nrinof thn upecliled," passed May Jltli, A. D, IMi, antt all other t-ooiliess inrougUOUl, except curing Wie ordlnai-cei eonllicUng with the provisions or this ordl. prayer while on the scaffold, when he E!!.!"'"!! F J. . 1 however. tnatalloniOi.raannoloted neeleoiMl nnilueanvnP knelt an. I joined in US recital, exhibiting said onlinnoes,KOW In ome, snail continue to hold the I 1 1 ,ri 1 . , suuiw, anu fiuiiurui inn uuiiev inercoi. utui otner an ConsiUCrablO einotlOll. lie died Without poiutment. are made under this ordinance ; and all uents, iiaoiiuies ami pennines incurred under any of aid onlinniieei shall exist, and may be sued for and prosi'cutcd. as if thisordlnauce had not beon parsed. 13 to. 'U. This Ordinance to take etTtot and b. In lore, from and efter the UOtli of rJep'eniber, 186. v 1-asseu.m viounou f epimuer io.ihub. a struggle. t.;i. .;i; r r. 11 1 ic 11 kunmtiui nuu uusiuuii ii uui luriuur , 111.11. j , , ,, rT . such a census, and why should not anew citizens, now scat ered through the Union, ' , J1 , i , , l 1 . ' Constitution, lair y formed, and. airly and who are themselves living illustra- . p . . , . i, . j. .:. p.i.. r : 1 1 --i. .L.ri -. rauueu oy ine peon e, oe equal y uuruiiijf 1 uons of the fads to wh eh they bore wit- tf , ... .. H . 'w u: . ' If such a Constitution goes to Wash ng- lest anu euiigiiiunuu ocitiiuieiu 1... : r .Iter those guests present eignilied their S"" Zl ' T m,Z Z7' 'Z willingness to meet with us next year, . " ... .f i j A . 1...... iu p p oiiauiro lucasurcoiuui. ui iusi;ii uuu xu- and also have as many other of our for 6 t . .- ' .. . mnnraPiO . ant nn bv thn Adiinnistrn inn. mer citizens then present as possible. i i. ii u n a . . ru. T Lt. n i i unu nu lliuu biiiiuiu no aiiuecu n ciuur New Lisbon Patriot. . I . nf 1BRfln ,hn pjnnn( ICTThe Editor of the Blairsvillo Truo be implioiilyrolied on to fuiihfully repre- Araerican, also made some remarks which sent this aentiment.-Forney's press, were well rcoived., :' Brother Woods of iarSeo advertisement of Dr. Sanford's the Patriot, will pleaao excuse us for say- Liver In vigorator. -;-i An Ordluaiico To provido for tho management of the Vatcr Works, and to regulate tho dis tribution of water. fco.l. BeHordilnedby the Olt'Oiuinell oftheOItt of Steubenville, that the ( iiy t'ouneil shall esis'ilinh a Hoprd of flirecTruitoes to be known as the 'Irustees of the Wilier Works, who shull hn elected hi- the nilflll- tied elector:! of lb i (Jil.y, huJ hold their oflirns f ir tho ..rui of throe yours from tha tlmi of tlnur cliiclloii. oae nl wlih a Trustees snail lieri'altei.be eleut.i niinuiillyou llie nrst Mnudav in Annl III eiuh rear, who shall eon- tiuun in otll 'r for the term of three years, and the per- j sou so elected shall be immediately notified thereof by the City Clerk, ud shull takeau oath before the Mayor or some other competent authority, faithfully and im partially tu perioral the duties as such trustee, and sir, 1 1 kivo a bond tu the City of htenbauvilie, with pro. per reunif y and surety, for the faithful discharge of tbe unties of his cilice ami the payment of all monies r jeived by hliu or them, to be approved by the City louncu. bix. a. Tho trustees of the Water Works shall manage, conduct and control tbe oitynater works, turun.li sunnlieH of wutur. colleut water runts, cause all neces sary alterations aud repairs to be made to the Water Works i a d under lhe order and direction of the Coun cil, to cause the extension of the pipes to any part of tne cuy in sueu in nuur as enaii uv nrestrioeu ; and the raid board of ti unites shall annually, between Ilia first or Jlnrch and tu. nrat or April, muke rut a table, r ernle of rates,. to be paid lor the use of aler,for lb. usuiug year, commeiioliiK on the first day ol April The said bi ard of trustees shall causa a report to he mad" uioiuuiy 10 me uuy uouucii ul tue reoetpis and UlSOlil seme ii is ui uiouvy iivioiihiii. in ine worxs, and annuallv make a report of theeondltlnn of the works and cause the ssme to he printed tor the benefit of tlie public The truHtcosof Iho Watur Works shall ruuuive for tlmlr services such compensation as from Hue to time may be determined by the C ity Council. - fco. 3. lt slmi be ihe nut;-ol the liusti oi of the Water Worka to appoint a suitable person as Kugtneer for the Water Works, whose duty II shall be uuder the supervision and dliectlou of the trustees, totakeobaru. of the Water Works; suprrinleud, and assist In any m- Attst: JUS. MK A:N. l'rnsliliilit ril Conn -11. Qw. Fiokss, ity Clerk, - Pali s or extension that uiuy be directed, and generally to perform such eer'-iees as may be needed, or whlon may na liuposod by any order or th. Iiuard or trustee! I and tlie said trustees shall annolnt all other necessary olMcers and bkuuLs, uud the vntount of the salaries of said cmoera, astenla and euitineer so appoiutodiand the term of iilllce suull bo determined by tlie said trustees. StO.4. The trustee, of th. Waterworks shall as .arly as nraoticable after tbeir election and auaiilloatlon. ap polut an assessor of water rents, who ahall also be col lector of tha dellonneut runts when directed by the trus'ees, and shall hold his ottle. for one year, ana until I.VFALLIDLE liKMEDY FOR ScURVX'.--. D tiring two awful winters in the region of eternal ice, the efficacy of, Bjuoa'p Akctic Liniment, us a pure for scurvy, was fairly put to-the proof; and when it is understood that the late Dr. Kane was tho person who tested it, no one. will doubt thai ihe oidcal was a searching one.. The liniment was invented express ly for Dr. Kane's expedition, and Dr. Bragg had tho pleasure of learning from the distinguished voyageur's. own lips, that he was. more than satisfied with the effects of the remedy, and considered it also invaluable as an antidote to all scop butic, ulcerous and cutaneous diseases. It is for sale by Hening & Melyin. i .... The Poktry of Physic Doses havsi always been associated In our minds with wry faces, and medicine has seemed from the days of childhood, another word for nausea and disgust. Its remedies wers the worst part of sickness, and, pain was not so hard to bear as the revolting por tions wo wore compelled to swallow for its relief. Dr. Ayer's preparations her aid another era. Ilia Cherry Pectoral Is like honey on the tpngue, and healing balm on the storxach. Hi Pills 1 ? Tiy them thev are . sweet morsels to ' the his successor is appoiuled and guallllad unleas aooner ttt9te 8Dd irlide Soirar-shod Over the pal removed by the trustees for misconduct in olllce. and who """ """ l'"" 6 ' - r rnuiOTWl br iu irusieee ior miseuiiuuij.iw ,-ii..v. biii. nu" I ; . , ' L I before entering upon lh. duties Of his eUlce shall take ate.. DUt tlieif enertTT BithOUgU Wrapped an oath or allirmatiou bslore the Mayor or some other . .. . t, ... . ii. . r oompetutit authority, faithfully and impartially to per. Up, IS tnere, and SlriKOS Willi teiling-IOrCO id .isoulveoonupayaoeiotoewtyl . " ,1 1. . f ,l: , a such sureties at IIU " very iuuiiuhum v uidoboo. fhrm his (IiiUhh. aad also irive bond Pi of Btsubeuvlll. In suoh iua and will