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E p) r D) iru Ln 3 U U U B. K. COWEN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. "HE TOO L0VE3 hot nis couimor cau r," ITKfiMS sUO A YEAR, IX ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. VIII, NO. 8. ST. CLAIliSVJLLE, Olliai THURSDAY.-J&VEMIJEU 29, 1855. WHOLE NO. 975 PUBLISHED EVKHV THURSDAY MORNING OHloe on North aide of Miiin Btrret in mc iveiv jtimginc nnll, n lew uoor Unit ol tho Court House, ana a tew doors W est of tho Norton House. tcrms of subscription, tr p.i.1 witliin three montiis, Vi lrpai4alur that time. . I'mmr rimcniiliniipil muv &l tne tuition 01 ine cutinr. Vhilo arrearagei are due. . TKRM9 OFA DVERT1SINO. !ch miitare, (1 1 line or Ipss.) three week, Kvnry ailililion&l iimerlinti, Venrty ftrtverUReinmitsonc column, lair column, quarter column. rrotensinnal card S3 per annum. . ITf A II lettera addressed to the editor muat lit paid to I' an re attention .gj.li '."J j4n.no V-t.HH TTr'Nn nnncr li9continitrd until all arrearatea art Vii Tml. at the option of the e,IUor.q POETRY. For the Chronicle. NOVEMBER THOUGHTS. BY LILY MAY. It is not that my heart is sad With thoughts of dear ones fir awayi My aoul ia not in ashes clad This dark November day. , Within the grate the fire burna bright, Shedding its warmth u round the foem, W Inch charms my spirit, like tho light Of summers verdant bloom. I know tho storm beats wild, without, I hear tho pattering rain-drops full; And yet I Icel that I could about, . God rulclh over all. '1 he fire that burns within my breaat Shotls such a glow around my heart, 'Twill make, my lifo too truly blest, To let it e'er depart. I'll pray thnt nothing may destroy The hope that innkea my being bright, And share w ith friends' the earnest joy That fills ins with delight. The glow of health is on my brow, I feel my pulses bnumling free, , Joy triumphs o'er tho present now, What shall tha future bo. A thrilling whisper, seems to come From tho dcp chambers of my heart; Where happiness is found til home, Oh let it not depart, i 'Tis thia that mukes the present bright, Gives all En rlh 'a joys a plea.-injr.zest; If guided by this trusting light, The future shall b Must. Sweet Anna, sister of my soul, Thy joys like mine nro fondly blent E'en with a tido that brooks control, Whoso force may not ba spent. May each in sifety, down that title, Bo guided by some gentle hand; 'Till o'er life's waves we'll softly glido On towards the belter land. Such thoughts havo nll'd my earnest soul With audi a deep nud holy trust, tremble, when I think the whole May crumble into dust. But let us feed the burning flamo E'en from tho fount that gave it birth, So that Eternity may claim Tlie truest light of Earth. Though chilly grows the air without, Wo fael a pleasant glow within; Thus life ia compasa'd nil about With tempting deeds of sin. Though now the sky is dark, and drear, And steady fulls the chilling ruin, We know full well, when all is clear Tho sun will sliinu again. Thua may tho glow within each breast Shed such a light around our way We'll ne'er havo cause to feel distrest, E'en of a rainy duij. Pleasant Valley, Belmont Co., O.Nov. 1655. MISCELLANEOUS. [From the Philadelphia Times.] ANOTHER SELL—MADNESS, AND A METHOD IN IT. On Wednesduy last, a neatly dressed, very prepossessing, and prettily spoKen wotiiuu nmawhnre between sweetsizteen andtwenty five years of ago, drovo up to the i oor of the Insane Hospital, over which Dr. and enquired lor tint gentleman. UtmerU lll .u llir ,i vemJii i.. .-ii., " - --- nresiilpi. She waa ivliBro uli . . ,-.i . ...!. I .waited tne coming oi ine ii;ior wnu as of nonchalance which rather fasciuutcd servant, who looked upon her vrith eyes admiration and unleigned pleasure. When left alone she umuseil berefil a wonu n will in gratifying her curiosity by the various articles in the room critically and thoroughly. The Doctor being announced, she received him wilh one those bewildriinc smiles which some women know so w II ho v to bestow, ami w hose no man of tceiing can resist. Doctor welcomed her wi'h more than usual wui m'.h, Hid soon learned ihe object her vi-it. . ! ; .j-ti :. !. tHiiili a gi.-n-.:e '. lot! I .it 111 lie tll'IQ i a -a i'.'Iii of the Do.'iol, be C'Vit ieenro privato i.' ti .1 . w l. i w as siil.jMt t I'm o; iitind, i ut whose , ! . : ; . -r anil crir.l ; , lor -,;.in .r, ..f late, fry.n v;o i o.), ui. t i.d t o! no.-1 nisi; in ncr-.:o, .viu:i...'r (i:,urt'-rs b-r h or hien interne fil c. l-.terr;. pit iuc! tow i.rds i.er vs, c-e.' Id r i r.n-i: WTiicit w;is ti'e" .11 j.. soul. Ilo I.--1 .v tic tvii to loin : !i r i..'.'t; Si) v.1 lied Ij iiav-r: ui in .-.ei'-.i .if as well .,i to be, fhari:iit'fe' cn-a'tTi' v.-; l si . and il slie c,.u d ii.nke an arr, Jie Doctor, l.e urged Hint ii si at private it a his n.osl secret lee:i ::,,. Ii1 tl .11 I).' heu.. '' , nr huebauo beyond the scrulinj ol And then she laid her heart would break, she knew it would, Jand wept bitterly ant j ,0RB" The Doctor, as all who know hit kind and tcnJcr hoartednese will readily imagine, was' oi insenBiuie to me loucniug rcciiai or nis isitor( and with thnt rranknen which always characterised him, he promised to comply , with her wishes, to give her husband a pri-; vale apartment and his special care; and , a,' to 8,'ie,d nim rpm tl,e Caze of curioity , seekers who run down public Inatilu- I .. - , tions. The lady was not long in arranging terms; ' she was not long in expressing her thank-!, i intermingled with thears: aha was n t long in nttlin.- t.n .Intnila .f l.nv kHliBi.i . ,r,.. " s .........I. """"i.!'" ". """. .(.u. mill bub oitppvu iiuif iiui mi- riaLTf . aided DV the Kind I: and Of the UOC'.or. he turned her beautiful face toward him,! im i.n.1 uraii nun . jiuv win "a. iu'i ui tenuernesa anu aonciiuue, inu mapireu mm i anew with admiration and pity. j Tho carriage drove away, the doctor's eyea following, amid the clouda of dust which iol-1 lowed in its wake, until it was entirely lost to i view. Down to the bridge, along the crowd- ' ea thoroughfare, over the pebbled way of m. ,..... ... r-t.: i.t.. :r .. .1.- 1 viiiiDinuk ouvlii i j m laoiiiwiuuiL) a nv tuo : fashionuble, jewelry establishment ol our city, the carriage passed, its sweet and solitary in-j mate glancing out anu smiling w itiiui, anu , wish. blie wanted to select n set of silver wore, not too elaborate in design of workman ship, nor yet too plain, tomclhiiig nont, tnsiefu! und beautiful. The various patterns were shown und a set valued ut tjUU was selected by tho lady of the stalely trend. bhe desired the articles put up, u bill made out, and she would settle it. Her wishes were complied w ith, and the ludy took out her elegant port monnaie, but alas! there wore but uboul $40 in it. She hnd picked up her wrong porte monnaie, she said with be- witchinii sweetness, and she wns vexed ut her stupidity, She, however, could urrangei . She was the wile of Dr. , theprin- ipui physician ol tho Insane Hospital, and she desired her attendant to accompany her to that place , when sho would pay bun at once. vno cou:u resist such a request irom growing radiant with a thought that requirea, j another paragraph to leurn. She alighted, und glided into the bazaar of gold and silver and precious stones, with alii the statelincssof a queen. One or two ol the gentlemanly uttendiints ran to learn her a heautilul woman a request spoken as much with the eyes as the voice! Nut the clerk certeinly. The two gut into the carriage together, and back it whirled to the Hospital. The lady jumped fiom tho carriage, und was warmly greeted by Uia doctor, wijo wusut tin) entrance. Doctor, this is my husband," said she, with an air ut once sweet and sorrow I ui. Tho poor attendant started. He was struck aghast. He could not fathom her meaning. "What did you say, madam." he stammer ed, as he bcst.could, "what did yuu say!" "Doctor, this is my husband, pieuse take hi in in charge." "Too devil, uiudiiin, I'm not your husband, what do you iiieuu!" Uurslui'' into tears she sobbed aiuud. "II has another spasm he has another attack, Oh: Doctor, if you have pity in your soul secure him, and save voursell and mo Irom violence." In vain the poor fallow attempted to ex pluin. Ho was hurried ulong t he corridor and into u mom, and confined securely the woman all the while fulhiwini! closu beniud weeping as- though her heart would break. Tho Doctor und tho lady returned to the re ception room, and the lutler, after giving the other an out'inc of tho peculiarities of her allegei husband's attacks, together with some directions in reference to the cure sho de sired tu have bestowed upon him, alio left, promising to come again in a few days. And awoy whirled th6 carriage, the silver ware, and the ludy; neither of which bus been heard of since. The poor attendant Was confined three diys bo 'ore any one about the establishment could bo induced to convey a letter to his employ ers, who, all the time, were suspecting his honestx . and nrenarinir to advertise him I lie ot me letter newspupers. Upon receipt it did not lake them long to discover that they hid been sold most brilliantly; and upon their appearanc ) at the hospital, it did not tuke the Doctor long to discover thut ho had been sold decidedly: tho lioor attendant was satisfied, upon his arrival ut the hospital that , - ! he bad been sold most eorrowlully indeed. : And here, we thing we will end tho story, I which has been talked over in lashionable l..fl r.,.ilia nn.l lli.na ... uirinicnr mi i.ic p.o. .....u ... Ihe ; many a hearty laugh. lour djye with Mns. Swissiielm om ll-tuy Snows. lliu- ot j al ways in specting of in fluence Tne his of lull wo- to it Mm. Mrs. Sw issiielm, ol I lie Pa-burg Sunn Visitor having performed ,, -disagreeoble duty' of ntten.lieg B.,n,u. B iby .Show Piltsburgh, call- it u very stupid iitl.iir, expresses her ..p.uiou ol the-e exhifcitwni 'Tho pour dupes of nu-thei t uro tu Ditied rutlier time blamed; some ol tliein nre dece it. innocent wutnen, definite idea of tho liyhl und -il who IriVH which ih-y u t.'jo Uuariy nl it il bo tbe.-adH e.-.j.e.-M i .i n.i.e. f : txtnl :'. e' i:it !:! ncet-, lo ! nil- ItMl ihe " M ', aa.U .siiora. nluce th- mselv idiolie to b-; a .".-" i;i" . i righl lliat hiiiineiiy sbouif thu-i Hi til --; purs-. tic; u .! vr'i respe.t for i.oonieiiy from panics rea'ly t t ii.ino f..-r iin nr.; city it 'h ritie j w !.o g; and neopie ot ordinary :- a'".'.tiu' e - t -t .ily iii v.. -id of U,'iy aHipi.i .'.'euioii und uiuinar) vul,.a,'iy tii."."'e ! hili't ? are no great rur ly 'in ereat '...piih ic, and be bo ('Ives 1,11-1:- see them, d-s-'- a p-il of u uikey's ear. Tl.e exhibition ia akin to the model rrt ,-t -hows and when Daruutn Wo.d visit a city to brin' thume on 1111 (hers i f it by one of thcs shows, soi-s of that city thoiild see litem t'. jiat the suburbs on pair f rail.' a Im g-i a.li 'ic. THE FIRST TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGE. SAGE. We find ill an exchanirfl paper, the fallow-1 i,r interest in account ol Prof. Morse's rue-I cessful efforts to establish the tidi-graph: lie now returned to Ins native land, from ' Europe, and proceeded imr-ediately to Wash-1 jngton, whero ho renewed hi endeavors to I procure the pnsatiite of the bill granting the appropriation of thirty thousand d.illurs. j Towards the close of the session of lS44,tlio-preacher House of Representatives took it uo kiicI nsssed it bv n larire maioritv. and it only re- ,nained far tho action of i'-ii Senate. Its nrorjress through this House, as infaht bo f opposed, was wntrhed with tho most intense . . . i t r l mi ....I..' anxiciy uy i-roi. i.oree. j n.-r. t. u,v two uay oeiore ine cioe 01 ine aesaiun, ana x U'RS IOURU On exam II1UI IOU Ul IMH UlllfhUtrr. tin lota limn mm lull ilrpil anil fnrt v.tlirep hi a had prccedeni.e of it. pro;. M,e had neany leacncu ino uowum 01 his purs?, m hard-earned snv:nga were almost spent, and although he had struggled on with undying ' hope 'or many 5ears, it is hnrdly to be wond- i ered at if he foit dishe-irtened now. On the last night of the session, ha remained till njne o'clock, and then left without the slight- est hope that the bill would be passed, lie a .... . . 1 - 1 returned to his hotel, counted bia mutiey, nnd fom,J that niter paying his expenses to New York, he would have seventy-five cents led-1 Thut eight he went to hed sad.uut not w ithrut dilli- a8t night, nnd there was no prospect of its beinff reached." Ani I the first then," she exclaimed joy- fullv. "to tell vuu!" "Yes, if it is really so." "Well," the continued, "father remained til the adjournment, and heard it pnsse.l, and 1 1 aslcd him if I mi"ht not run over and tell 10e far the future, lor through all his cullies and iriali, that never forsook him. The next morning, an he was coing to break- foitl no of the waiters informed him that a I dy Wae in the parlor waiting to see hi.n. ! He went in immediately, nnd found that the j young lady was MUs Ellsworth, dntiglitcr ofj the Commissioner ol I'aients, w.io nitu neen his most ateudfusl friend while in Washing ton. , 1 "I come," said she, "to congratulate you." "For wh.it!" said Prof. Morse. "On the passage of your bill," sho replied. "Oh, no you must be mistaken," nid he. "I remained in the Semite till a late hour 1 you. Annie," said the Professor, his emotion almost choking his utterance, "Annie, the first message that ia sent from Washington to Baltimore, shall be sent from you." "Well." she replied. "I will keep you to your word ." While the line was in process of comple tion, Prof. Morse was in New York, and. up on receiving intelligence that it was in working order, he wrote to thoso in charge telling them not to transmit uny message over it till his r.rrival. lie' then set nul im mediately for Washington, ojid on reaching that city, sent a note to Miss Ellsworth, in forming her that he was now ready to fulfil his promise, end asked her w hut messng.) he should send. To this he received the following reply "H7ifl hath (ind wrouuhll" words that ousrht to be written in characters of livm litflit. Tne message was twice repeated, and each time with tlie greatest success. As so.Mi as the result of the experiment was made known. Governor Seymour, of Con necticut, railed upon Prof. Morse and e.lnim cd tho first message for his Stale, on the ground that Miss Ellsworth was a nativo of Hnrifoid. We need ccarcely add, that his cluiin w.ts udmitled, end now, enirruvod in letters of gold, il is disp'ayed conspicuously in the archives ol tho Historical Society Connecticut. in Meannkss Doh't Pat. Hunt's Mer chant's Magazine discourses thus t.tlltiully about littleness in busii ess matters. We wish thut certain in dividual we know would "read, ponder, and inwardly digest' these sensible siiggeslion8: Thure is no greater mistake that a busi ness man make than to be mean in his busi ness. lways taking tho half cent for a dol lar ho t.a made und is making. Such a poli cy is very much like tho fanner who sows three pecks of seed w hen bo ought to huve sown live, and as a recompense lor the lame ness of his soul, only gets ten where ought to have fii'teeu bushels of grain. Everybody bus heard of the proverb ol "penny wise and pound foolish." A liberal expendi ture in the way of business, is always sure Thoto nro people . do a capital investment. , in the world who are short-HiL'hted enough believe that their interest can be best I nromuted by crasimiL' inid cliuchiiiL' to ; they can L'et, ond never lilting a cent slip through tlieir fingers. As u general thing w ill he found, other things be ng equal, that I,,, ii-li,, iu m.iut lilifr.il. is mi im I Mlli'l-.eSsllll ay .; )(sll.lW Ot com.sc W(J,., not mean .1 to , .. a mM fc,ouW Ue lieill h, ut , rxeniilnr,s. b(U 1;lt ,, .hml d t & , ;,.. he tmer, or lliosj whom . , . ki(,() 1f b ls,.,e.8 wjt ,ha. in all his tri ne ictions, as well us s icial rela- be no tiona, be uckiimt ledges th.? everiasiing fact that there can be no permanent pro p -r.ty i r good h-i'liii" in a t..iiiuiuil''y wbve belu fi;s s o n t reciprocal." n.it ny Tne .ie this -to old 1 lid .he the J A AK.ru.ST OFFiCbK T.ie Mayor of Mi', issued his oliif-ial ''pr.1el.1in.1i10., jus .f-i..re tin elei-iion, calling mi "Ihe keen-i-i :. ." 1 pi r S iloous and Large Beer II l;i 1 "o-e their re-peclivo ni-.e-' f ii i.no ' on 'i'.,e-ij-. , tl.e 0 Ii inl., mill 1 t-i ' 1 jh-IIs 1 -nl vo'e tho it i liht Do. iiutr.it i.'. I.ck'.'' Too iiume uf this pn.k "I modeaiy i.ud ,,ii impartialiiy is J. Li. Gross. CoiiTSSTtD Seat. E F. Brigham Lor. foc i Repreeutitive elect from Vii.t-m und Jackson eounti 's, having forgot. 011 to ge his offi e of Piorocutiug Attorney up the lime uf his election, he will probably 1, ate leave to stay ut home a whi'e longer, . , e is not eligible to the teat under the I onitittttion- "I WRIET UNTO YOU. YOUNG MEN." a. few Sundays tun we listcntd to n ix- rellent discoiirao to vounir ini;ti. in one of the rl,,,r, l,. in thl r.ltv. The lamentable ab- g(.nce of that class of persons from all rcli- Bj,)Ut ten-ices on the Sabbath, has been a object to which we have given some altcn . tjon tor years p.ut, and we hud the euriosity ;r d,.ervi;s no better name to look a- tnj Bec how largu an audler.ee the bud of those to whom the discourse .... .l.l,r.e..rl Tim number was exncedinir- - n ly small, though probably as largo as will average in the other churches. And at we sat there, reflecting upon the dunucrs which threaten our country from this rapidly inure- . . n.i t. 11 .1. Bsing neglect and auuse ol uie oauunin, e nought sme liny we would preatn oneoi our K0rm.m Hti.m t in aflniA ftnlllHri. Dpiievir.v .1. . . ..... .11 t - .!, OA, ,.r mnra i.f I lint c;' ..frhaps, than all the minUU-re in the cjjw nut lo'tsiherJ And no.v young n.en you who never jgrien tho doors of a church on SJuoday.who s.VU"rer through the streets with a cigar in jour'mouth, who swenr a little, perhaps a .j.d deul, who drink some rum, and price y(,r6e on being "one of the b'hoys" w ill vul. induB us v,ith a word in your ear! In ... ... u( vears which will seem incredibly sllrt ,cn vuu urrive at your majority, your clas w ill compose a very powerful, and it .,. k6 controllina inuVnce in the nun- l!lt) ,)rest,nt appearance ol'our churches, when the present generttiuii of men has passed BWitV. the Dtjvt-s will.be 1M pretty much to iiecnieiit of public allairs. D.d you ever hiu k of thnt! mid if you did, did you realize resntinsibilitv in the matter! Judging from tjie "(einulo portion oi the race, if, indeed they do not imbibe tho infidel spir. o f the i. age, and leave them to become houses of; merchandiie, il not oona of thieves. The infidelity so rife here, is not tho in-j fidelity of the intent, which is becoming too popular among clio.ur. of a certain SCiloul, Dul !l 13 litis, ifss u:iue;.-rou3. i iicjt who nc-icct the :i0.iatn aim ua insiuuiions I here, are not those who have t loughl much Theirs is the infidelity of indifference and tho wan, of I hough t the inhJelny tl ut Keeps away from all chaiieo of correction, which is not, and cannot ba reached, either by the pulpu; and tim-?, thou uinciit or tho warning in ins its victims still liva their alotte.l drop into dark, hopeless graves a.id be ftrgat- ' hiie i,ir:iual pi'M ,vi" ?.n T"1 r . 1" 1. ' I .nlinil u wvnu 111 till. II IIIUJ Mm ii .i.v...... and the joy i of which they uro all unfitted toj a'ure. (....!.-.:. f..w .,1 .nil ll'llIT lllllKlllo 11UI IlierO IS II IdllP-- nil I'Mi'-i '.'-,3 of consequences, of individuals, innntions whero infidelity, whether it be of the intel lect or passion.', bus gained the nsceitduucy, and the suUiiiit:-. r ti iiimi'uii .hi ii L..n r..i.n,. i.itn ni'irlnet. niitinn.il ruin has fallowed. Our institutions arebasud up on the nrincinltM of Christianity, and when r i they have no place in toe hearts ot the peo ple, the gloriou-: ituperstructtir.! will crumble to dust. It therefore becomes a matter of vital im portance, in a national us well us ft personal; point, of view, tki.t all, '.he old and the young alike, stand by tho institutions ot rinsiiani ty, attend on its ministrations, contribute to its support, aid opeu thoir minds to the reception of its truths. We beg ol young men who ever think of anything, to think of this, und out themselves in a way of iitt.-iin- ing a character which shall give to those who lire nassiii" away, tin assurunce that whom ' " J - hnrr ens sue resnnnsi hilitieso susianunu th ..r ;,, . i lint;, ma kloill full uiiLiii tlieir Bhoulders thev shall be bruvelv and worthily borne. .Ysfiiia TcLtrajh. A REMARKABLE NARRATIVE. of he 1 i to; ; to all A few nights since tbero passed through this city, on iho ruilroad, bound lor Canada, a family of c!ght- lugitive sluves. One these the leading spirit of the whole was a woman sixty years of ngo, a bold, courage ous, nromnt and eneraetic woman. 1 wo years ugn rdio wbs living as a slave in the South. Sho was the uioilier ol si:: children; ! t.l of whom sho had seen lorn from her arms when old enough to be useful, and sold aw from her. One day she overheard her inas' cr bargaining with a Miuldriver, w ho desired to purchase, far the South, lur grandson, boy of some fifteen years old. Smug to the quick by this ilcsign of gripping her to the last of her kindred, she instantly resolved flieht. The same night she started with her boy far Iho North. Night alter nighl they tiavel A hv tho Norlh Blur tho only mi'de the hapless tti"ilive knows in it ill be hlf his he nn-Kiug tor ine land ol Freedom, utnl one that deceives hmi not, since it is 'Ia. d in the heavens. Aftor long mid puinlul wanderings llir-y urrieed Canada. Here this heroic woman hired herjelf wages. Two iiionlhs ago, with purse well tilled, she slurl. d buck to the r. si b-nce of old muster at Ihe soiitli. II re, alone, concealed herseli in weo.is ale liibkets, lugitive from Freedom cared lor, however, by tho lew trusty notile. to w hum a-lie reveai ed the ilungerous fciM-rel oi her p-eseiico the land of bondage. Alter ren d .ing ther Sollill tWO weeks, sll " Ceil. lei! S-V ctiildr.'ii and r .nib-in i. n, t d ' Nie tlii-i- '? .; 0 -b. the r.;. a lo us new in "i I' li.-.i iru.il. . in fir ih r.t.o i Wu 1 iv: ' .r -I ii 11 bit l), t - c. 0:1.1 v, t :'... !. - N i-r iii-iii. .it d in t. tno j'-ir y snllVii .l siint i-.iiiTf.--d tin u on y "iiti.i: ti.i' r Worn in. jou nig .nl v. T'ie ..lei -!'! w-iiii an i-i ihii b tii lb ' -' 1 nW-'-e --. " mil cio-' -n ' 'r . lo 11 Oy tne 11 .ro-.i ps o' in w itu jermi'tils mm t ' fh llutter ti- Mi 'h br He; wi'h -ho'- Iratriiieiilsj fi.h'.ul ha't t honue , heroine c-.iidii. .-d h- r purly lo Ihe house friend Word 'vas Imnictiately passe around among sum;) 0' Ilo" goodjiou's dwell lucre as tiie salt o! '.be enrtli.tliat fu-itif? er ('"icei!") it: a ;.''r,. e!, otii 11 H , , , Such soirits. if anv. not i ,y jt.gerve ,0 by frCP, ,i ar tittrd to en dei-titute of the means of furiber projross i Tho word wa fallowed by the deed. All n-resarv n.eans were lnitritlv provided far their safe transin!f ion to tho North, and the I train which paused thrnuh this city in the j night, carried tlie dvhoio party toward 'hi j hf.fne of their leader, in I'anai e, ahere tii-y have by thia tin:e unduub'.ely arrived. We doubt if a similar instance of devotion ! friends and kindred is on n-.;od. It re- quired a daring mind to even conceive the j idei of going bat k to tlie scene of bondage, 1 and Micoiinterin ' the haz'-rd of discovery in tho lion's den. But nothing short ot ilia, heroism which tinder other circumstance.; has mridc men immortal, w as needed to put iutu execution an enterprise so full of dil- jj y the largest liberty. Tronton State (la:. Khart (.'niLORKH. A child nf thret yturt of aye, vilh a hoo'i in '( infant himlt, it 1 ftarful siyht. It is too olti n the death-war- rant, such as the condemned stupidly looks nt fatal, vet bevond bis comprehension. What cheuld a child tliree years old nay, five or ai vpnr fihl bo tnii-bt! S'.romr meata lor wpik digestions make not bod.ly strength. Let there be nursery tales and nursery rhymes. 1 would tay to every parent, especially every mother, ting toyour children; tell them pleasant stories; it in the country, be not to careful lest they get a little dirt up on their bunds nnd clothes; earth is very much skin tu us nil. and in children's out-,-door playp, soils ihemi ii')' inwardly. There I is in it a kind of consanguinity between all ' creature; by it we touch upon the common' ; sympathy of our first substance, nnd beget a ' bin, Inn. f,, mi-ni. ,p r f -1 u T i 1 1 n . tlin l.rti.pa MAien huve a fr,.e, opi. air sport, nnd m)l m.Ae BC,luainUnce wilh j . Ul do.eys, and the chicken-; they nay lorn WOM(J ri;ml,nip, with wia?r ,ooU. ;, Eneournge a Imnil. .rity with all : t,iot uyt! the.. M an-mtii lt,ve children, : c,j!ur(. i love them. Tiier-J is a lanju- n..n ..,iw... llioi.i ii'liirli tt.A ii-i ,rM'. 111 n ir il a& I in , eldcri It is of Inore ,tn?or. . iittj man tlial you snouei iii ikh tnein w ise. Above all '.biters, uinkn the:n lovin.': and ' ill. i,i .,-,.,,li if v. ii Ker.oi.p ill. I i!inl nner. these will he better than friend that will .. I'l,i!,lrn limn.rl.t on tnvimtlv ".,. .,'. tvi., ,,..,,. .t,", .,r.ir ,,, . i on vou: and ooint where thev would bavt-vou ' " n i go. Blic'itroiyd's Maamin:. SUBMARINE TUNNEL. N-: lave friend-; . quarre. nro id. ihick ' rs tlitss who i ind and IVaiico are . . i n,i . wuut.-f&vepiiiiu.i .... . i a'linne.e. 'iiHo.viii ail enmity perpetual in disujsition to degr.'O. Efii they i arms time past, has developed tue fraterniz: to an extraordinary tha narrow strait which separates them, is found too wide, and Menm veseels too a'o.v. Nothing short of a raii.v.ty m'.Jjr tlie se-i, can sufficiently facilitate the dspisi'iin have to rush into each others Kn-rineers nnd hvdroohers hivo been at work, in Holier earnest, tat D iver and Calais, making estimates au.l plans, and h-tve re ported Inferably. "The prej.-ct eonsijts in a tunnel m' about 3d kilometres in lenjth, farmed under the sea, and offering us much security us a railway under the op-n sky. The tunnel will be pierced in a uimner .i . .i - i-j i .i. ,i. ...i.ii. ; 1 1 .1; ; so mat t lie ueu ji mo ueu 'ei ..... u.- vide it from the sea will ' twenty five metres, even of I ay a on in ut hrr never be 1 ss than at the greata-t depth of the straits, and will be lined w ill 11 double arch, the first to be of granite and of impermeable cement, the sec. ml of linn iron plate, pierced in ilifferent places in order to discover immediately the least filtration. Tlie difficulties which appear insurmoun table in a work of this kind consists not onle in the tedioiisiiess uf the operations which, however, cur. bo undertaken at both end.-i at the sane; lime but also in the cleurauro of the dihris, which would seem-' ingly have to be c.irried to the opening eiiliir side. In order to Fiirinount these ob tacles, wells wil be constructed nt dif ferent parts of the channel, which v-'ill di vide the subterranean works into sections of tunnels of less than a niyriumotre lein'lh. These muiitinio wells will fucilli- late tho formation ol the tunnel at many difl'eieul places nt once. Ihe Wurlis, there- lore, can be curried on ut the same time ill Ihe tame gallery ut the coast nf Fiance, in the g.iilery ut thd coat of England, and in the galleries of tho "mils." Besides, lli.-y will uffnrd the in. Rua of casling e 111 iiii-bi ring etirth jnio the sea, nnd forming little ilands urouuil there wells. Tho cot of construe. fan, given according to n minute c:.lcu uiion, is Citliiicted lOU.UOO.OeO;." A GREAT LEGAL LIGHT. i hei tiio one Sat A writer in the Bunker Hill Aurora -lie.iktng "I J lines Gerrish, Esq Iho D.-uioeralic. rundidaue far in M dd.i s- x couu'y, sys: lid is the 111 .ii who made tha writ r .1 I . - . couiiiinii carrier lor ine ius ids, and said i'l it thut the poods i.,i sileiv c.irried insured aitj'.nsl - tli-i ads of O.ul nil . -. 'tint thai said coods were nitilt'eii. hurt, injured, dam , . ,1 . 11 intud, and annihilated, -, ... o' iiie public enemy, t , tii- HfcrvsaU Q tl.' Thut r .-. , .-r a l-K.il "g -ntleuiao.' ja 11st me g ii-re 1" , 1 per; 1 wh. eigh' a 'id. .11.! int ih - o r lollo.ving In lm ia Free BmU .i.iie 0. en wound up unil ihelr seiuritier -oid The bills ore wor b, uccordmg I sums reuiiMd, .the n. lining figures: Rank of Collin rville, til n-nij Waftaa. Valley Uai.k, '92 cents! Greene Co'-r'y Hmi;', 81 coi.ts; M-rchint' Btnk, L.yi yette, i'3 cents; L-urel, (!3 cents; Cfareru ment Stock Bank, 50 cunts. Mr IIluhv- A. Wur., whose heaJ would 'if cm to b'j a lillle turind by bisgo'.d fortune last Spi ing, has b-cn writing another long and inJiscrer-t letter to (Jeorge n-i'jker nl Hampton, Va., interred to ali'jit how much be d splsrj ftvard& '.he lilr.tk R -publicans, land n-iu-jiit'o lie carta aijout tii-: rreaijer cy. il.u says ho krioAs aiundred men ho aoiiid ftU-.r far next President Jo himself but tl.rre'n m'ich virtue in your "hut" he adds: lint if tl.e Democracy can again succeed and cannot ?ni unite up.jn a butter mnn tlian I am, and they Kill unite up-n me. I can on!y say that I will a la miiJi. J u k-iii ferventiy and cflc!t.ully role Black Rejiuli-1 trill ru'e Hum'. lint tho idea of ruling or not ruling them ahull not t-irn a hair's brea-iili from my own conviction' as to what my doty as a patriot requires. I w ill write speak, act. as I think rii'ht, and h ave the consequences to God and 'the conn- trv,' without thinking of the IVesidercy! . "I am truly, your fiiend. HENRY A WISE. ' Gr.o. Eooki.r, E-,q., Himplon, Va." There's tHinptaiion for you! Pierce's " ne is out of j .int . far good, and n Buchanan nor Diiin can shine in the eence of this Virginia luminary. He rule Ihtm" to the lieirt'a content of his lro;ji ei , hve-breeder, and tiieir Northern servit rs Enough said. 31 ike w ay tor G'-v. Wise,the Democratic candidate far next 1'rea dent! ther pre-, 'ui. Tribunt. BARNESVILLE COLLEGE. BARNESVILLE COLLEGE. BARNESVILLE, Aug. 1855. Pursuant to na'.icj pubii.-h'.-.l in tie Pittsburgh f.'iirisliao AJv.jc.tc,'' a nuui- btr of the . Trmt'.e of the c--:,'.mr,'aied College ill Barnes. iiie, met in ths M. E. Church. There were present Rev. D. P. M.tciicil Rev. John Cuil,ev. 1. W . Shlrtr, Rev. Join W. Baker, Mr. J. ii. Auderuii,j Chariea liar., It. E. Frozier, Dr. J. Hoover, Dr. J. T. Mackall, B. Davenport and W. A. Talbott. Rev. D. P. M.TCitLLL was ci'lal to trie Chair, and W. A. Talu iTi, was appoint- Secretary. The ilminnati tinted lit;; cl of His mei'.irig, ui.d rend l.'.c- action rcne. i - -. of tiie t-Olli I Wi:, That the Trustees the publl.lmd Ilot.Ce of thl contirnied. '. as naiS.c-J liititliiig le ige i.ven nport. Tru.!-:e ot op- Il'Soicd, Th-t lh-3 vacancy in th B occasioned by the death of J pert, be filled by Cuulson Dt J fo'vJ, Tliul liie Lumber be iin reused to fifty. C. H.,r.-, J. S. Andef.m, Rev. J. . Dr. J. Hoi ver and C. D.veupott, w ere p unted n cuminiitec to r.ou.h.'ate per tu ttii the B.tr.l. Tho cuimniliee repotted the fail. w leg n aines: N. II illister, J. A. D lvenport, Aiejcaii !wr franklin. Win. Ilavely, M. tjurcl.et, Win. Il 'ji", Jjlin Koontz, E. G Morgan, JoljP Warti-.-ld, Clu-sier Hubbard, John Welsh. Dr. Cirdsuiig, S. H-ik-r, Piiiil.n Ku.g, D .liiil.raim W,l- ut in McCartney, John ii.aiti liams, lUoett M.lif, ii. P. WuiiT, M. W. Dallas, X. C. Worthfarjloii, T. S Dell.- J. McGiimis, M. L, W eekly, and J. 1). Knox. Report nd opted. ItteOiSi-J, Tint an execuiive c luiulttee five bo Ujipolntcd. J. W Baker, J. Coil, Dr. J. ll ejve.-, B. DaienporL, and V. A. Talbott. appointed Ejid coinmiuee. 11 foUe.!, i'iiut any persju sti'esc-il five hundred dollars or L'p'.vtirJs, by f ly ing the int. rest uni.uii'y, may p y principal ut discretion, by securing same to the Tr-iatei s. t.:to'.".d, Thut iiie liiainer of collecting all subacrip'.ioiis under five hundred doiims, be referred to the executive committee. U':sci'l:J. That J. S. Anderson and Hare, bo uiidtd to tiie executive cjin- iniiiee. Resolved, That male and femtl-j sc'.iulurs be admitted into the school. UtKKved, That e?parnte subscriptions taken up lor building purpoies. IlisoiveJ, That lite ixeculivc committee bo empowered to confer with the present ow ners of the Acudemy budding in B irnes vide, in rtlerence to the purcbuce of sai.l building, and report to tiie next m.elirtg the Board. Jft.W, That R V. J. Coil, Rev. D. Mitchell, and J. .W, Shirer each address , ihe citizens thia evening, upon tlie sub ject of c-tablUhinir a co.lege ut this place. Resolved, Thut the Jnis'.itul.uii bo called Uaniesville College. ; R su'.veJ Tuat we now aJj niru until called t- geiiier by the executive tuiuni D. P. MITCHELL. Chairman. W. A. TALBUTT, Secretary. at of ate u the nor Tlie following is the lorm of a note a pcrpetu.il schularc-hip: Foit vali'c BEcnivtD, 1 proiniss to to Mr. Wn.. A. Tuibott, or order, far endowment of Bariicsville College, gjO, fallows: hcn llis Agenl of College chail report "5,000 secured notes or subscription, for the perpetual dowment ol siid College, the other 825 one year irom ihat time, with interest. Tna oinuuutjWhen paioto entitle rnc, heirs or assigns to a perpetual scholarship in sad College. In witness ihereol.'I hereuuto set my baud and sen lhi day of . AL. A msetinff tor the purposo of procunn subtjiip'ioii to the Codege, vfill be in the M E. Church in this place, (Wo on M iti'liiy sveidng, 25. h inst. lectures will b delivered. Spirit. lo fjyThe Hiniavilie, Pa-, papers ge.iiug 1 ersoi al. Ileur the eJ tor of Teiegr ph: The. Patriot and Union winds up a abt-i-e article iigiiin-t ourselves by t 1. nl.,, .,1 kirn 1 f a t hrtll -'ir.u ..-1-p.ri's 01 just men made periecK."! When Andrew Hopkins get, jurlke, play upon an in.irin-Pt if'..'" with 'he '11'''..'" -'"e 'l. MILITARY—OHIO WITHOUT GENE RALS—ORDER OF GOV. MEDILL. The Hia'.'inan of this mnrninff contain, j an orde,r from (Jov. M -dill to Quartermaster (ieneral ti.W. Ai-lrew, eommunicatin)r ; iu iaci iiri an tiu rmlitiry omcera in . (Jinn, abovg t lip raik of f;aptuin, that hae j received tlieir nt-pjintiiieiu aince the adop lo ! tio:i of lim nw (,'onsliiulion, aro null end , Void. T!,e o!J ! far their tleetion or , t-ppointinent. it hi been decided by the Attorney General, are revoked by the d- 'op'ioii of that rew instrumtnt, and tho ' i.gielalure hna tli-js far neglected to pro iicnnifin. ' vido a new mode ly which they may be J appointed.. So nor entire military organ! me 1 Z 'tion above tin; captains of companies, ie nv. The Governor there- , Journal '; sliaiLil-d at a 1.1 fere directs thu lijarieriiit'frr to retain tha arms of tlie tt-.ulo in Lis possession, ind only give them out on tho application of captvu, upon their giving ar.fRcient b.-nds for U.eir nt'-) k-eph-g -anj uoiiiiy. All tin; artna therofore given cut to. tbcs defunct general-, &;e., arj diiectc to be j returned w it, as littlo delay as practicable to the St.ito Arsenal in this city. ! Tliis is u queer sta'e of affnirs. There jis nothing like keeping tho new Constitu i tiet, in tho hand of its friends. O. S. : i (-.'"A inuri v.); i bus lougbjeu oppsjed to ; the i i j ir law, siys bo has co;ne to tho eum lu.-ioo tiut il mu.t be a good lew, for almost uli tho feid men of li.'s acquaint ance are in favor of ours nro o.'jiiit a'. -t, and all of the bad About t vo weeks since a German living ea-tof'.hls city, came tut. j.rn early in tho moniing'far a physician i see hi wife, who was ilieu cnru'ii.e.l. Insteud, however, of going far a physic ,'ar, he went to a "grocery," an J dranli c iiis:der;.b'e during tho day. To wards ni'r. 'lie object of his coming to town occurred to Lis mind, w hen he called on u piivs.ciai!, t-i.J wn.t honn. When he inl'ai t child, born during r.nJ bis wile died before -i i:i the house. Colum- renehed home his the ij iy, Wja d :!,i ib" pi.y -ii t.in art lU E.:ijtj. fv-TiH! M ,ri Mrs. Si.ruh M. Phi Pnilllps, tr u!:t Sehertr, under I'.ti whictl provides tl.s ii. an in iv brir.j so In ui any per.-no ?t j b-CCIIK'S into j iretl in rersn-i or pr ; trie.' b-.-fiM J li-e . 1'jinni in Pie is. ru.u 11 publican states that lllpj, wife of Mr. C. A. s-"j 1 1 agairt Richards ii sec'.ioa of the Liquor Law to wifoor children ot a t i.iii recover' damages ii:.'.,' h::.i liquor on whicli I nod t!i?v ore thereby in- snU firta o' '. p-Tty. The case wa i'u, at tli iata U'rm of j :i! "int i,: oiven againat en-: c .i. OHIO—THE OFFICIAL VOTE. id We have be.-u famished !y our obliging fr'c id, the It-crttary of SlatJ, with theoffici ftl returns of tha voV given far all tl e per s -in mi the Sta'e tick-.-t in nil tiie counties o; the St i'i;. We giv.) our renders telaw thf to:al vo'e f-.r k'1 tii cindl'atc', and the mvorities t j? the K- puhli.j-tn ticket: FOR GOVERNOR. of; : tin:, Siitmn P. Vir.ri Wilihiin M-d.d A:!e:i Trimble. Total. M dorl'v for Chasi or;r Msdilt, Ti.N.tsr 6i.Vt8ao. '.Tl H. I'o.-f, Tii J.i-.i,es Myers, M .j.ri,y P , F rl. 14 3,619 !3U,7S 31.209 301,007 13,T0 1S3.S95 30,010 SECRETARY OF STATE. ; C. ( 1 J lines II . II il;. William Tiiil r, t, 3Ijority for I!ji;er, 16S.713 133,G7a 3i,04J AUDITOR OF STATE. be Francis M. Wi iglit, William D. Morgan, M cjjrity for Wright. 1G3.23J 133,5 14 35,710 TREASURER OF STATE. of Wiliiant II. tiib.-oii, John G. Breslin, Majority far Gibson, 169,3So 133.924 36,456 ATTORNEY GENERAL. lice. Francis D. Kimball, George W. McCook, 16S.G73' 133,453 Mijotiiy for Ivmbio. , 35.320 SVPBEHE C TFT JCDSE, (Ling Titm.) J icob Briniserln.-tT, ' 168,43S V.'iliiiiin ICeiincn, 134,173 M-jirily for Brinl.trhofT. 31,263 (Short lor; piy ;be, us, svp-ems cuff, r jvl-gl. Term.) 1 n-trles l. ( onverj, Robert B. Warden, Majority far Cenven. 159,555 I32,C3 87,518 D ARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. by j en-j in j I my Alexander O Conevrr, i James B. S'.cedir.an, Majority far Con-sver. i 0. S. Joarr.J. lo9,44( 133,053 33,39? have held ids lUld,) A Maj StrAT.toiriss his ow.i Hiab. The Amn:an Jou-nal of Medical Science, contains the fallowing from the pen of D. J Duffean, an Amerirrn Surgeon at Sevastopol; r!-'A seaman, knocked down by a fragment of a mortar or shell1 w as picked up dead. 1 ha head was apparently swept from his shoul ders, but there wes no trace cf bemnrrhige. On disentangling 'hia r father, which were tightly j unmed arennd ihe injured par, the bend was found driven downward ioto the chest, carving wilh it t great portion of blue shirt and r d comforter. A finsll tu.'t of hair alonj! was visible at the bottom of a deep cavity. It wae e regular fntu4UMepi!on.' are t'.u very nit TMny of ths billed and wound or he'il the terrible Pacifie. Hail Rod disaster were ; ' robbed by :-n. nf the ,rt.on ew. B. ,: v f '