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TELEGRAPH, AS WEEKLY J3y James 3Ree cl. VOLUM XIII. iNO. 29. ASHTABUA, 0., IiaclGDerLcleiTLt in l11 tilings . SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11803. SI SO in. Advance. WHOLE NUMBER 800. TERMS O.F SUBSCUIPTIOJI. Two tollni rt rn tor. . rn "nilS ,B aTlnc IV"0' AUVKnTISINO. On square on week I 60 Two square threnmoa. On One iquarothre week 1 On two imim lx mm. 00 On square thru moi, SO two aquare one year S 00 nn. sonar oil moo. 4 00 four aqnare one year 13 00 (n iquare on year. 8 00 I half oolumn one year So 00 H mines Card or nol 0Trl linen pet year I 00 Twelve line nrlesaof thl alie latter make (square. Obituary Notice of mora thB (tv tint, Miles of gv-her surest, will be Inverted at the raVne rate aa above. very daaerlptlon attended to on call, lb the rnoMtastefu manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ytclnna. TU. W. M. KAMFP. Harlan nnd Purcrnn (late urrnn Slot ft;. O V.', nffre and rtr.l.lenrenn Park "Phslle Onrr',, Hall's Darn and sleindeon Prrnt aU,".ia.' Ohio. y-lli O. P. M'DONAT.T). Phvuipinn and Pnrsfpnn tnrated nprinsli .Inhn Mnfleld'a Clothing Store, Main street, Ash'shnla, n. R73 . W. FOSTKTC, Kdoct.ii! P?iyuicinn nnc Stir- eenu, Cfnrft, I Miio 401 OH. M. TCINOSLKY. NrmMTputhist. Kites vlijf. f. H-.'-lnr: h.ld 'v(rl yeir'H t X ii-ifnci, lie If.-'-. htTiiHMlt rrtmiv4"!! to i'i f M irlilt tinn I'' tlM w tin rnHV flinil lii i w'.Mi s't. firt'.'r-'n' "f---Mcrn, it "i. .lie.il I-ncittv Cllreli' !. I1'". ;. '?.. Kohl. !. X. V.: O. P. ,.!. Pern Yin. N'. Y.; T1. IV iVil", K-wid do I. an, Wl. ST Jlllnrnryn. A Hfii'i pyn n( Lnw, Fii-k's 00 ri'irli .'mln nl,o. IIOHAUP W! PFI!. .fvinsnr I. '". SHKRMAX FARMER. Attorncvo mid Cmmae'lnr. at Law, Aah'ahuta, Ahstn'vnla rntintv Ohio. Larai f. SHr.RMA, Jon (). Faumkh, .J. Tl TOOK, Attnrnpy nnrl Ponnapllnr nl T,w and Justice of the Peace, Main Street, otei Morrison" Store, Awhtahnla, O. THF.OPORE TTAI.Tj.' Attorney b Law. Office with nenry Fawett, Main St. Aahtahula, Ohio. A70 CITARLKS BOOTH, Attorney and ellor at Iaw. Aahtabnla, Ohio. Conn- 419 W. B. CITAPM AX, Attorney at Law JnntlceofthePeare.Comnilaalnnerof Deeda for Michigan and Iowa. Office three doom eaat of the Tremont Uoaae Conneant, O. Hotel. ASHTABULA HOUSE U. Wurminglon PnipiU'tor. lliuiilbuiiea run regularly from thin lioue tu Aud from every traiu, autl a hue of laea U.iel ila door ior Jellerijou aud other iuiehur oiuta. t7 1.SK. tlOUSK Ashtabula, O. II. F t'll.- VKR, Proprietor . An Oinnibuh ruuning to aud from evr tr;tm of otra. AUo, gooil Uverjr-iUbl- ktptin coDDtctioT with thin bo use, to con vy ka6vogvt tu ny (oint Qty AMERICAN JefTurnon, Ohio. HOUSE John Thompson THE AMERICAN HOUSE, at tho Depot haa juat been put In order, and beinK conveniently an nlenaaiiily aitunted, with good acconiinndationa for man and eant, la a kooJ atoppinK place lor traveler, or tkore from the Interior havinir t..itnn to be cured tor while dm-iiiR-a leiupora'-y jIi.-.vhh: hy tin It ii I'om.I. S. M-'WI'.Y, Proprie tor. .UlMimuU, Jul), lhoo flercliHUla. HASKELL & bON. licnlois in rry Goods Orocorlea, Provlalona, and Beady Made Clothinjr. Alao, Dealer in all kinds of White Wood, Ah, (Ink, Hickory I.umber, and Floor Barrel Hoopa, Main atreet, AHhtahnla. f. W. Uaskkll. 618 D W Habkki.l. fJTEPHEN II ALL Dealer in Dry Goods Oraaeriea, Hat and Cap, Laataand Htine lindlnga, and gen eral Merchandize, 2 doera South of the Bank. 643 A. HENDRY, Dealer in Drugs, Mooidnes,, Chemical, Paiota, Oils. VAruUhea, Bruahea, Dye StnlTj, c. Choice Family Grocerie. including TeaH, Colleea, kc. Pa tent Medlctnea. Pure Wine and Liquor for Medicinal pur poe. Phyalcian's prcacriptlonacarefully aud promptly at ittndedto . 614 rYLER COLLINS, Deiilerf ir I'lj Cood nrorerle. Crockery, Boot and Shoe. Hati.,Cnp,&e., c two dooi North of f'Uk lloue, Ahthul. O 4I II. L Ml M.RlfON Denier in Dry Gm.dH 'lroctri. itn.t And Shoei.. Ilt and I pn, lluitlaer CiiH-lcer. ' fni-. I-. (ilk kf, A.litahnla, 4K !''H-..: : . . ! I ! etili it Iy (iiMflh - ''"ipket. i;ihM" - , i"',.. . ' . ti- ir'-ii'i . hole- ' ' . 'v.....-, i-i 'i-.-' V. :tll-. Ir..l. .t.i. 'i-.. . I'-M'. . i 'r.- t till Vr , l:i:r. , ; i I !'!':, ' VhLl,S i' FAULKNER, Wliolesul.- and !ietait Healer o .Vetem Kenerre Butter and Clieeae, Tied Fruit aud Flour, Ahtlnla, Ohio. Order respect fully olicited,and Riled at the Lowest cash coat. 470 I. G. WRIGHT. Dealer in Millinery Goods Vorkeil rnlar and Sleeve, and Fancy Goods. Next door to the Fink House. . Watchea, Jewelry, etc. 470 G. W. DICKIXSOX, Jeweler. Repairing of all kinds of Watchea, Clock, and Jeelry.. Shop, nppait the KUk House, Akbtabula, O. b W pr7Villlh, lluulor in Clni-ka. WnUhPS jewelry, md Silver 'noon. Clocks. Watches and Jeaelry (IIHce. 6r ClolUlng. M ANSFIKLD & '(RUCK. Wholesale retail He.tieisin Keady Made Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, l.'i, xc. AaiiUibuia WOLFF & CO. Deuler iu Ready-made Cii.'Iiiiik aud lieuf Furuiehlngllood. Ahtabula, O. 644 Mamtfacl urera, 'YRU- AVI1IY V;,; nfi.cuier iifTin, Sluel Ifi-o. a'id ' ot.;ier VI at d U re in tove Alo, Avent f.i- hiti'tVi-1'ivel.r.Ki-i! rlntlie Wiinger AtllieHid Ha l:i-tr. e,sl aiil'Mtiiii -irfet, thtee do o Hinlh or the Hunk, A-lrai.-iiii, ' i" ''' , i;i ) iii ; !-; U'll.!,. !!. Momiriiclurer or Sash, Uluo in1'. !-.'!.. . h to fid .iii'l i.'le to order. Also. Plsn W. M.trrnr - ,-1 'r I I .1' I 1 ! It t lie l-enl UOSSihle IWI' nil'. u.M .V l nliH Niiii iilni-iiiiers mnl in I1! 1 !,:! tier, Vill''ow- Pash. IHilid. Poor 1.-. J.,1-1'1' I'uMMf. Pi-iliu v lli.ats, Ac, A:c. Fac- .1 I r alii, coibei Culuu.bua and tune St S4f t'lifv'.'lol, ''bio iKllUGK II I'HHA RD. Dealer in Hard- will. Iron, Meel and Nail. Stove, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron. Copper and iClno, and manufacturer of Tin, Sheet Iron and Coppei Ware. Kink's Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. 470 I'. M'GUIRK. Munufucturer of Tin. Copper no Sbeat Iron Ware. Strict attention paid to making, sett 'ng up and repairing Stoves, Stove-Piie. Pumps and lail Pip, F.ve-Tmagh, Cnoduetor. ete. Old Iron, Rag. Copper. .Lead, etc., ete.. uken in Baohange. Alan Sole Agent for the 'UriliimHl Cau aim;" with the latest Improvement. donra South of the Fisk House A aulabula, O. 4N r(j. C. CULLEY, Manufacturer of Lath, Siding ' Cheese Boxea, ike. Plaulng and Matohfng and Scrowl Sawiug done on the ahorteat natlcti. Shop tiuuth aide ol the Uethodiet Church, Ashtabula, Ohio. 440 jT13 CROSBY, Iron Founder, and mami facturer t Dealer In Plows, Plow Castings, Mill t'at Uus, kc Moatdeatlptlon of Foundry Work done Umrdei Astabulathio. ,ik W. W. SMITH, Manufuctnrera of Soie Upper and Harnaaa Leather, and Healers In French Calf, and Lining Skina, Cash paid for Hide and Skins. W. W. Sal ITU, 643' F. W. Cahluli. GEORGE II ALL, Dealer in Piano Fortes, and Melodeona, Piano Stools, Cover, Instruction Book, ete. Depot on Park street, AMhUhula. Seeadveriiaenient 4)s Kurultare. DUCRO & BROTHERS, Manufacturers of Dealer In Fnrulture of "he beat deaerlptloua, aud event va riety. Also general Undertakera,eud nuuiufaelureriofCof na to order, Main atreet, North of South Publte Square Ashtabula. 491 LINUS SAVAGE, Furniture Dealer and Man ufacturer, steam ealabltsbment, North Mala street, near the ottoo of Dr. Farrlugloo. Ashtabula, O. 461. Livery Viable n. F. CULVER, Las removed to the Fisk J Uoaae Stable, where be offers to the eltlaeoa of Aah ta bu la the nee of the beet equipped Livery buble Id Ab tabula County, at price that rang but Just abort the llT eg elBitrd. Call and lee, .Nov 1 lew. Rain in Summer. BY LONGFELLOW. How benutiful is the raiu t After the dust and beat, In the broud and fiery street, Iu thu narrow lutie, How beauiil'ul ie the raiu I How It clnticrs along the roofj, Like the I rump of hool's I How it gushes and gardes out From the lliruut of the overt! jwlqg spout, Across the wiuitow pane It pours and pours ; Aoel bW lit and wirle, With a muddy tide, Like a river down tho gutter roara Thu ruiu, the welcume ruiu 1 The sick man from bis chamber looks At the twisted brooks. He cud feel the cool Breutn ol cuch little pool ; His levered brain Glows culm iiguin, Aud he Ureal lies u Dieting on the raia t The Child's Trust. Written on healing a little girl, when only ait yearg old, say, uou a-iii iai.e i-ure ot Uie ;'' auu refpcctfully iusciiljed tu uel by lier IrionU, O. 11IUU1NS. I ouie, in cdiin-i.-i; H.lli a child, Aokud it 'Uvus i.o. uiMiii 10 be AKnie uht-u ji w.is ilurK t o.ie smiled Aud euiii, "Gjd will Ukc care ol me." A ti ut-1 like this, in one so young, Gives wienie lor jtoel iiov-a ilas i A goutl us iiocl trtei stiller, V ucu lui.ing nis euuiiiuest luys. No liar ot liunn t Yuu iiobiy Imsl lu Ui.r tvliuee tye dulu uiw.iys see, And in whiieu power yuu ever must CuuQUe, auti he'll lake care of ihue. Confide in Him, dear girl, when age, VV lib all Us caies, ai uuud thee piuss ; Wheu lowering clouds about Ihue rage, ' Tbeu trust, O! trust Uiui none the lesa! His urm is able to defuud, Ai.l liuaii to t'uiui the troubled sea, A i.d il you liual Hun to Hie end, He will He will lake cure of ihue. This Irust, dear girl, be ever thine Much noble Uusl beuoinetu luce AuU iroiu ihy heart, O, e'er incline 1 o iuy, ' UoU will luke cure of me." Letter from Mr. Beecher. LONDON, July 2, 1803. la a seiies of dnys of such rure uinj ex tiuitiUe unjoyiiieut us 1 liuve uud eiuee iutiii lug, Ib'eie uiu some lliul btund oui with pie eiuineuce, as, among the epji'es of u culludrul, high us all uie, there yet ure luMeis una plles lliul bhool up tin ubuve the ulliti.t, una lie pieluitil upon I lie sky us you iiceiju Iiotu liieui, long uller Uie O.iilU nig iinU Us lensui miui'jeiB nuvu bunli d!Vi: uuu ilisuppeuieU. 1 uuve jusl had eucli u Uuy. 1 ibu hoi believe il poiblo o put o uiueh txperieucc iuio lub duy, or thut, ulter so 1'oiiiiiiuoi.s. uD (Sciiemeiit of rure nou'liie8 uiiU chvliiiliis, 1 could (eel uny nunc plcusuie tlmu 1 lmtl. lia impusM biluics are quite possible. 1 iiutl u out every tluy ! 1 go us lur as 1 cur,, und then go luriherl 1 uur tiiicu euliiely tun, una men receive u gieui ileal morel Wnen Will 11 eiiU bllull 1 go Oil, UlUUll.lllg lllljll ei, ei joying Uioie, euscepuiile ul uiuie vml i. us eAciicuiciit. uuu cupublu ol beuin.g it! Uiusiic tXel.tlutii, uiiii till which compel to.uiou una luuoi, lend lo exiiuuslion ; oul iX. 1. 1 mtiils wliicu uie ic-ln euilica, una i.a. r,.iM; i lie ininu to luuliegiuii in ui.le.. oc ale uuiuuiutic, luvoiuiuury, iflli ', . em ;o ooui iu imnei mmi t'XtidUa . Iu.., i UlC Uii lUUioUi. lull rt.l.M li.o g .itinera, lino Ian Uili ot Joy in.', siiiy. One Uiiy liat, ckCn Hi lii.c ill., aliuUU COUCepllOU Ol Ilia. llOL'llV UUU nli. ol joy low iilO Wlilcil we uie UoVeunb, wiit ii the eurilily being uiop.-, all iliui i. euscep Ible ot weui'iuess id guue, uuu nn opirii bpiiugs up, no lunger iu bouiluge io sleep, Idiigue, lo.l, or liuiuu'.iou of uiuieiiui conulliouc 1 1 nuve jusl returued liom spending u duy ul bjueniiuuj VJiyaiui i'uiuci, una tn.it ac counl lor tne luicu.ng bIiuiii. Tue ouy u glui lous. KveiyouOy DuU'suitl, "Yuu uiusl go to &y oeniiuuil ' 1 LuU reuti Uc sci ipliuiis ot it lei, ihe uieuumg ut il never uuwned upou uie mi lo-Uuy ihi? uiosi woutlerlul ot all modem Euglisi aclilevements. Eveu at'ler uuVing oeeu ai Cijuihwor.li, one ot Uie Duke ol Devon aoue's seuis, reputed, biiueilo, lo be I lie tli.Ual Iu luu woild tor luudscupe garaeu in g byUeunulU is still Uloie woudcilul. tin.-, gieui Ciysiul 1'uluco, vast but uoi Uian-iVe, pill.gn llllO sliCU UUg'i p.UpOi lluli- i u .-ucii a Uuu und uiuiosi euiei ial sll'uu ure, I but yu cuii scuiceiy believe it lo be iij.iie 'uaii a pic. ure; or it' a veritable i ni ding, t ue wuicu t tie winds will oiom w.iy. It i-. me veiy uuniiieais ot cuiieo i., a cu.litti uis. tin he imp tss you iij UHii soliu'ly. llity uie moiiiiluins oi Moiii', liil oi'l'Ui lo be dui'anie u lue UloUu 'uin. Lt'iii an, eii Uie sioue aui bu AfjulliBv lui ii Luge a alia bus du lled ou.iie ami -.e0i , ulUJuSi III Vula liiue It-e I, i.iul i.tVcl luises Us tiee, rt'ellia III vuiii, . In inu, uuu ml, eiiUlion, li baVe u uiliU m..i.v ui itti y luiOiekul shUc uub Ana wntii you iuoa upou lliem, yuu J eel uiu soiid.iy, Uie luunsiveiieas . iiui uu.t tiiiu upou ilie eky Uii gjsauiei', spuu lusi mgiii by tun ics ; tuis g utotiug luuiiuout, liuunpaieiil epec Ci ot a puluto 1 Cau il be ieul. durable, tuugible? The giouuus ou which this etbereal pile is erected, are worthy of the vast icel which ihey bold upou their bogou). There istveiy vuiiaiioii ot hue and slope. The giues is snavt'U close, and is us gieeu uua veivtiy us umy itiiiglinh giuss cuu be. Cm iuio us green are luuuuieiable beds ol gorgeous tlowerg of every bue. You are uuzed aud dazzled at the wealth of flowers, the dumps ol rhododeudrous, the belts. ned-, una ribbuus of color, the circles ot nines. 1 have traveled iu lbs praines ot Uie Uieal Weal, aud seeu the sncels auu biiiuws ul tlower that sireiuu with eudlesa pioiusiou there. There is uo sucu ila uud exiruvugaut ubuudunce here. It was us if the flower angel bad souuded the trumpet, aud a prairie ol flowers bud ru.-b ed locamp to be brigaded aud marshaled; and uow, iu rauki aud squadious, in files or coiopauioi, they carry tueir floral lances lo Ibis iuuocuous war of beauty! Luke, fouuiuius, aud pools abouud. The uiosi gorgeous dream of the Arabian Nights would turn pale aud lade out iu tbe pre sence of tbta Bubstoutial glory of borticul inral ekill. If 1 bad had lime, f should have been nnmzed at (ho literature of color spread oin here. Tliee fl.iweis I had fpen, nil of them, growing loose and disconnectedly. Here tbey were gathered into nrtistic gronjis by 8imilaiiiie or rontritiils, I lind seen Hipiu a scattered nlplmbct of beauty, every letter by itself. Here thev were composed iuto words and sentences. My eyo drank and was dnink with color I turned Irom the grounds to tho building, and fom it ueain to the grounds. O luippy people, who can como hither so easily! For ihe immoitul glory of this enterprise is (Ids', that this palace and grounds, llint huve no parollel or equal in the world, are present ed by the wealth of London to the common people! I do not believe that so extra ordinary a combination of rational pleasures for every senso and sentiment of mini, was ever before combined. Not for. the govern ment, not for kings or noble, not for a rich and refined class, but for the great, common people bus this miracle of bcuu'y and ue been wrougln! .Within isevery vuridy of food for bodily hunger, capitally sc ved, simple for those wh'i nci il ur cuu i IT p'd li lie, and sumptu ous for those alio choose it. livery pro vision is imidc for t lie incidental wants of ihe throngs of men, women and children. Hut now come the in ir veld. You live in Kvpi, und m ii Ik in the temples. Yon s uiiil in Qicik hulls. You see the uliurs and s ii'ues, die Parthenon, the fiii-z ihe gi'dj. You enter a H miiti dwel ling All is reproduced as in the diiys of Augustiii. You stand in the gorge ous Alhunibrn, iu a I'ouipciiau house, in the liyzuntine court, in the Nor man, the euily English, the full Gothic buildings of courts. Tte illusion is com plete. Time is dojd. The old has come bock, and is new. Ny, distauce is ended. Yon seem to be iu ililTereut age and wide ly different oouinries all at the very same tune. Vou lose your identity, wheuier you uie undent or modern whether you uru at Athens, or Home, or Hyziuiium, you cannot tell, Or is it a gorgeous dream? Is this some sorceress kuleidoscopc, whor-e eveiy turn rattles the elements of various uges and countries iuto various coi j iga tious ? The illusion is increased by tbe unity of nil clinittes iu the vcgitable kingdom. Un der this glass ' bemirphcre the temperate uud lorid zones dwell together in peace. There is room lor everything. As you stand at one end, you look down through a crystul aisle more thau s;xtccn hundred lect, and over this long, luminous path thee is no rcof uii'.'.l you ii.-o a buudred und si vcniy-ium' , foot in the renter, and a hundred ot.d ton ouei'.her side of il Along this Vast truck a 10 gl.tllisied the r uesi. Veg ttablo produuiloiib' of Uie globe, growing iu soil, or air, or water. Viucs cover the iron columns, und spread out their filmy branch cs along tbe connecting rods. Huge pen dant buskeis filled with trailing plants, swing in the air ut bights that bide their support, ui.d cuU.-C theiu to seem self-sup ported. Al'trble-liiied icservoirs, artificial ly heated, are covered uilh uequuiic lilies. Fiom step to sup, ull the way down, you come upon the most mugtiificeuily grown ln ubs uud plants and trees They line Uiu whole long in'erior, so liiut you iiuug itie y oui sell looking down an avenue ol some cxiruoriliiiury forest, filled with nn deigiowih, shrubs, vines, uud mosses. 0'it of these g ecu mosses, at every step, p.ep the most exquisite creations of art. Tneie a-t ca-i s oi uiuios; every renowned or beau .'.tut s'auiu in Europe, arranged in long se q n nc-' A I lue sculpture you have ever .mj' ,1 iu eng. uvings, rend iu books, heurd of .i kO'iVtisatioii, meets you iu this pulace of lui.uftes. Tue u e .sures ure endless. You cannot iii u day even glance at them. You leuve more things uuseeu ihuu'you look upon. Eve y sup opens recesses full of wonders, i iciure gullei ie How along the aides us if id iy would never end. The uor rail gallery presents you wuli ulmost ev- i . ... r-ry iiistono luce, uo you ueea io reuit ot iliehe things? Turn aside into tbe library with Xhoiiaauds of volumes. Sa down in he Ujadiug' 11 'oui, which, though several thousand people ure threading the building, it is us quiet us though it were a louesorue bower iu the wojd.l Or are you tired in eye aud toou on clown ana listen io a very uoble baua ttiat vouuer is rendoriur clasic music skillfully. This marvelous va riety gives you rest by change. If sculp ture tails, there is architecture; und of that variety i uuuiug through all the schools of mue. Are you weuiy of this? Try color on the cauvus- Lo you weary ot thisf Will you luke a walk around marble-bound lakes or among palms and gigantic ferns, or among clove and cinnamon, pepper and imifei, tea and coffee plains? Or would vti.i rid vniirsclf l company ? Go out iuio lie iii'ou:id H1 some one ol lue auihs yuu can in a moment be hidden in secluded, leulv covers, or you may seen me iuko aim art'fieiul isluud, uud see the geolobie peri ods represented in s'ruta, and tne uu. i dil i vi.ni utiiiiiuls n pioduced in form, if not iu liie. F uu) some such su oil 1 rem ued uud dmed. I could not make up my mind . in- her 1 wus uu Lgypnau diniag ut Cai ro with the i klCopis, or a Gieek, or a llouiuu, or Gull. I uever once suspeeled that 1 was a Yuukee, eating sioul Euglisu beef aud postiy. This duty done, we go now to tbe Re naissunce Court to see the statues by Mi chael Angelo! Here aro Day aud Nigbt, with Julius de Medici sitting nobly above and beiween theiu. Opposite is D iwu and Twilight, with Lorei zi de Medici sublime ly thoughtful beiweeu tbeui. There is Hie slave, opposite to it the Madonna aud child, a Pitta, a Christ, but most graud of ull, tbe Mosoel These are of the full size of tbe originals, and Gil you with more pleasure aud wonder since tbey aro gath ered iuto one grand couipury and fill tbe whole sir with tbo spirit of iheir artist-creator. While ibus walking and musing, tbe graud organ in tbe nave is Cllmg all tbe air with its solemu harmonies! Where else did auy one ever gaze upon Michael Auge lo's collected sculptures to tbe sound of grand orgau music? Wo never known to what proportious our joys may arise nutil we bave experienced inem in the midst of stitt-uiu uiusiu At such a distance that all kcuse of the tuateiial iuaiiumeut is lost, sol emu music seems to be a voice out of tbe spirit-world. It brings to as a call from tho Infinite, and connects us with it. Our joys seem no more mortal. They are rela ted to tho eternal and' spiritual, and par tuko of their nature. They ore preludes and presciences of immortolity. The soul takes assurance that its most precious ex periences ure not trauscient and perishing. However silenced for a time, joy shall come again, and iu thu harmony of a better sphere, and roll for ever iu undisturbed and inseparable harmonics! It is true that all these treasures of art are but chbis, imitations, plaster statues, plaster architectures, and, if one tries, he can quite destroy the illusion aud prevent his own eijoynieut H.ii, sinco they were exuet patterns of the rc-iowiied works of ihe world better limn engravings or co pies iu painting so like Uiat only by u resolute effort could one bieak the illusion, why should one decliue them or abate bis satisfaction? The best of all, to nro, was tho sight of such throngs of people plain, kind-looking, common people iu thousand roam iug through the grounds, gazing upon the marvels, watching the fish, peering iuto the greeu recisscs, aud us happy as uny body could be, except the children. Of these there were hundreds .schools, clusses, fam ilies, iu groupi of four or five, ol ten or twenty, aud of bund ed-', streaming thru the aisles with wild delight, yet o.derly and uiiiuischievous Tuis whole enterprise, iu ull its treasures aud beauty, is an offer ing io the com in on people! More is doue lo; ihe common people by the piety and wealth of England than hi any land on the globe. Iu America the common people take care of themselves. In Euglaud tbey are, by tbe political institutions of the country, shut out from a tbousaud privil eges. There is need to give ibm, f 6m benevolence, that which our people bave as of their owu right. It must be confessed that tbe philanthropic natures of Ureal Ii i1 uiu strove nobly lo iiiuku up by bene factions the liopeicss inequalities of loriuuu that .spring from Eugiuh institutions. A Whisper to Daughters. Girls, before you decide to accept a man as your compauion for life, look well lo his resentments. bee if he luites unybody souudly. If so, you run a great risk in mmryuig bun. A man who cau bale well, has not the qualities lo make u good friend. A truly uoble soul will never hum bitterly, although deeply injured. 11a s'.undi ou too liigti a ground, lie may be deeply hurt und much displeased; he may avoid olc he kno.vs to be an enemy; but he does not harbor hatred iu bis soul. A noble mind is not always on the look out lor little otl'uiises, but takes good tin- luoiedlv siighl auuoyuuees lliul are pluuly eimui iu every uue's pathway. Do tiol couuieiialiue a persou' who thinks lo add lo his importance by blustering at hotel ser vants, railway employees, or whenever bo feels safe lo do it-. Instead of proving him a cosmopolitan, as be plainly thinks, his barking uud snarling only show bis ufliuity lo the puppy. Do uol marry u rowdy if he lie ever so ncji, hoping y our liilliiei.ee mhi itloiuj turn. iSee lo il lual he is Will ie totmed beloiey.ou take a slept; oui wtiicu you can nc eT recede while li e l.tsis. Ii is mi excellent sign lor u young mau it lie la kind uud alien. ive to Ilia uioliier una Ms. ci. ti ii eli u one will Ot quite sine lo make u kind uusOuud. T.iere is soiiio iniug uiuU 'uuu getuul, uud worth loving, in a young ItlloW ihul ull tile CilllUiCU run to, if I lie) wish lo usk a favor one ihe lialu girls ure not ufruid to ask to carry ibcm acio.ts ihe street One the boys lok io naturally to help tueiu oui of trouolu with ' luui piug iy kite' oue w ho has a few Ulouienls lo spare from his woik, to put up u swing that lliull turuiah weeks of enjoy-lUL-.iL io ihe luile folks. (Jhiidreu uie sharp observers of huniuu mil ure ; uud' depuuu upou ii, a young uiau luui ull the cliildi'eu like, bus soiiieihiiig about him worth liking, wiiuiucr he wear homespuu or broudcloiu. Aoove all, lemeiuber lual the 'Cunsiiau is ihe higheai style of man.' Thu rtl gion ot Chnsi. uloue cau uiukc the proud Lean Uuiuule the violeut, angry nature, uidtl und geuile, aud perlect, lu the highest ue g.ee, ull the Virtues aid graces WUich uiake ihe persou uu ugreeablo couiputtiou uud a usetul mau iu the sphcro wh.cu God bus placed uuu. Till Muther $ Journal. Home After Business Hours. The road uloug which lbs mau of busi ness travels iu pursuit of competence or wealth, is uol a macadamized oue, uor doe ii ordiuarily lead through pleasant scenes uud by well-springs of delight. On the contrary, it is a rough and rugged path, btsut with 1 waii-a-bu' tborus, and full of pitfalls, which cau only be uvoided by the most watchlul circumspection. Alter every day's journey over this worse than rough turnpike road, the wsylarer needs some thing more thau rest; he requires, solace, and ho deserves it. lie is weary of the dull nose of life, aud alhirst for the puetry. ll-ppy is the business mull who cuu tiud .thai solace auu mat poetry at borne. Warm greetings from loving hearts'," fond glances Irom "bright eyes, tba welcome stiouis of children, the thousand little ar raogemeuls for our comfort aud enjoyment that sileutly tell of thoughtful and expect a iu love, the geutle.miuistrutiou that dii cucumbcr us iuio uu old aud easy seat be fore we are aware" of it; these, uod like tokens of affection aud sympathy, constitute tbe poetry which reconciles us to the prose of life. Tbiuk of ibis, ye wives and daugh ters of business men! Tniuk of the auxie ties, the mollifications, uud worse, that lathers uudeigo io aecuie for you compil able homes, aud compensate them for tbetr trials by making them bapyy by ttjeir owu fireside. Pcmbertou. observed the Untie, must regard tbe operations of General Grant wilb the same feeliugs wilt) winch Worces ter, the lexicographer, looks upon tbe pocket editiou ot bis great Dictionary I How so ? demanded somebody. Why, as seusilive authors would natur ally view a complete reduction of their works ! Tbe excess of our youth are drafts upon our old age, payable, with interest, abou thirty years after date. Oue ungrateful mau doe aa injury to all who are wretched. HOW I WENT ANGLING, AND WHAT I CAUGHT, BY R. W. D. I do wish you would get mnnled! cried my mother, luiputienily, one day after ho had endured my company a whole long summer morning. The 8uirgesiion wa by no means a new one, for 1 was fivc and thirty, and it had been iteruted and reiterated by all my family over since I was twenty five. I therefore regarded my mother's remark as the beginning of n kind of family ritual, ami responded as usual, Why so, ma'am? Bcemise, she answered shortly, (lev ating s mewbat from the beaten track, it's high lime. Granted, said I. Yes, puisued my mother, you're old enough, and you're rich enough, hiu yo.i're clever euoigh; aui why you don't get married, I can't see. Y'ou would then be much happier than you uow are, idling about here, with nothing belter to do than to follow oh old woman abnut from cellar lo pantiy, pulling your hands to every bii of micbicf which 'Satan finds for idle hands to do and all for want of some sensible employment.- Would pelting a foolish wife be a sensi ble employ niem? I asked, luughing. She need not be foolish, said my mother. But the wise virgin will not have me, I replied, and I will not have a foolish oue; so you see, then- is jn-t my trouble. You oio too modest by bull, returned my mother, as she was liming the room I pondered that last remark of my mother's. 1 thought it showed discern ment and judgment, and wondcrcJ more people were uot of her way of thinking Tho inelaucholy general reflection that modest worth is almost sure to be under rated, threw mo into a pensive and sent i mental mood, and snatching up my bat and Ssliing tackle, 1 Kaunie.ed out for a reverie under cover of my In vol lie hport The mi1 ji'i-t ot my lute conversation con liuued lo occupy my thoughts. The trulii is, my mother wus uol more anxious to see me married than I was to be so. I had always rcgaulcd the marriage state os the buppies' ; my heart glowed as much as any man's ever did, at the penre my fuucy drew of a loving funily uu I happy home. 13ut tho mischief of it was, 1 could uot find any one to please mo. 1 d d uot consider myself, uor moau to -be, over fastidious; but among-nil the flat, fluttering, fuibe lowed tine ladies I met iu societv, I found so little nature, so little trooduess. fo lit Lie lieuit, that I could not full iu love with lliem, lei me try as I would. li was truly u luiueuiable case.. Here was 1, a reully clever enough fellow well lo do in ihe woild eonsidered, as I knew well enough something of a catch wil ling and auxious to be caught, and nobody skillful enough to do it. Ponderiug litis gloomy thought, I wan dered on quite beyond my mual bounds, uud ut last, lulher tired, I clambered up a sleep rock which overhung ihe brook 1 bad been following, hoc sal down to rcsl. Ii wus a true summer scene quiet, and warm and bright nicely shaded, however, where I lay; and the ceo I suuud of Ihe rippling water udded just the only charm possible, where ull wus so charming. I lis.eued whit doiighi; but iu doing so became sensible thai besides the regular monotonous bubbling of the brooklet, ihei t ibiugled other sounds of splashing water, which occuried ai irregular intervals, uiui wlucu seemed to proceed from below the rock ou which I reclined. My curiosity led me lo explore the mystery. I clamber ed to the top of the lock uud looked dowu over its furthest edge. Cupid! god of love! how was I reward edl The rock on the side over which I looked, desceuded sheer some fifteen or twenty feet, wheu a projecting ledge form ed a kind of ualural seat, below w inch the water rippled. Ihe spot was quite bung over and shade 1 by trees and thick shrubs. It, was a complete sylvan grotto, and WUL iu it, aS sttuud uiosi meet aud tilting, wus its nymph. A young girl, apparently about nineteen, sui ou the rocky iclge, bathing her feel. Her attilude aud occupation leuuuded me strongly ot llm pretty picture we huve all seen iu old fashioned annuals, of Dorothea except that my liulu beauty was evi dently gay, uud Ire.sh, aud lively, while Dorothea lu the picture is weary and sad. I could not make up my mind, for a lime, to disim b so charming a scene, aud therefore continued lo gaze iu silence from my lurking place. Abl those daiuty little while feet, with their pink lipped toes, which gleamed so fair through ihe clear water, or flashed for a moment above its surface, flinging about the bright glittering drops, and tueu plung ing BLruiu beuealb the cool blue, never sbull 1 forget tbcml Tbe gracefully beut head, with its bright golden curls ami braids, airuiust which now and iheu the suu spaikitd irom a clunk in the leafy screen ibe lovely neck and arm ihe cueei den citely Uutwd with pink, of which 1 uow aud then caught a glimpse,' formed a pic ture more Savchantiug tbau uuyihiug 1 had over imagiued. More that, ull, the perfect iunoujuce aud modesty which accouipauied all the movemeuts of my sweet Diana, charmed me even more than her beauty. My heart of ice suddeuly burst iuio a (lame. Heavens! cried, X.to myself, as I felt it thumping' ogaiust my side what is this uew scucaliou? Dob Brown, your hour is come You 'ie iu love! Ai the moiueu 1 cams io this conclu sion, the Uo.it ul my tisuiug hue dropped at the icel of uiy charmer, and iiuinediu cly well, I'm not going to lay belore my coutideuliul public au accouul ot all my delicate and skillful maueuvruig uuougb, that withiu half au hour I was seated so dally by my water fairy's side, tryiug io look as much like Nepiuue or Masaoiello, or any other water hero 1 did not care which as 1 could. 1 gave a sly tweak or two lo my shirt collar, to make it lie dowu, sailor fasbiou; turued back my wrist baud', and kept my hat carefully Ou, so that oue little spot ou my crowu which was growing thiu, might uol be observed, and flattered myself I 6bould do very well iu my ucw role. Nora I sooo discovered bcr sweet name was most cnatuiuigly gay aud chatty. No prudery, of tboughis of evil, ruffled tho current of her child like, innocent thoughts, bhe'was a careless child at piny, glad of n playfellow. I would have joyfully lingered for hours In that cnchnnled grotio; but, ere loug, Nora rose ond sauntered forth. I follow ed, endeavoring to beguile the flowerv war she led me as agreeably as the wolf did for Little Red Riding Hood, while schemes, us dec'p laid uud appropriate, though Ie- blood-thirsty, toward my innocent tou panion, loimed themselves in my mind, I was never iu such spirits. I was charmed with myself in tho novel character of wooer. The railroad rapidity with wiiicu my atama proceeded, cxciicu me In oue short hour I, Hid impregnable, the fliuiy-heurted, had uot only fallen had over beds its love myscif, but also, I fl it (cud myself but mum of ull things I hute a boaster. However, os I have suid, I was in high spirits and excited, aud among other uou sense, Ventured ai last to 8uy, laughiugly, Do you know, sweet Nora, thai I have been huuutcd by a singular presentiment over since the motneut I first caught a glimpse of you. What is ii? asked she, smiling. That you will one day bo my wife! lex claimed, with the bold emphasis of convic tion and determination. Nora burst iuto the merriest of laughs, and at the sume moment turned into a luile path which led dou from tbe do.ir of a rose-wrcaihed cottage. A young and handsome gentleman udvauced hastily to meot us, and Xora, with thu demurest ot mischievous smiles, couriered low, as she presented ' tier husband I' I saw ihe look of mingled coquetry, mischief, and curi osity, which she stole at ms from uuder her dowucust lashes; 1 saw tbe difficulty she bad to repress her merrimeut I saw what a fool I had been making of myself, and I turned precipitately to fly. Nora's pent up laughter now burst forth; peal after peal rung on the air, uud I beard my tor mentor cull after me, Pruy, pi ay, sir angler, return, uud I will show you my baOyl Well, ladies aud geuiluiueii, 'tis twenty years from thut day to this; but I'm a buchelor yet, uud I suppose I always shall be; for I uiu as far off us ever from finding my ideal. I cannot say tho adventure I bavo nar rated bad any very deep or lusting effect upon me and yet it hud though; for since that same summer tit. ei noon l have never gone angling; und if ever I chunco io see a silly girl paddling her feel in water, I mu as if ten tb ousaud girls were after mo. Kind Echoes. There is a pretty little saying, which, il not very common, is, I urn sure, Very true it is ibis : If we speak kind words, we will beat kind echoes 1 How is this, aud what does it mean, I fancy I bear a youthful voice exclaim. Well, uow 1 will show you. If I could take you all at once tou deep valley be tween two high hills, or put you iu some little nouk beiweeu loftyinouutains, or if I could place you iu a boat on ihe loucly wa leis ot a quiet lake, uud iheu bid you to shout your uumn with ull your might, you migut hear il repeated ouce,',wice, aye, and several times, growing fainter and fainter each tune till li died quiet away ou your ear.' You might ib.uk lhat you had only spoken, aud yet severut seemed calling. barely it is s.me oue mocking ; but uo 1 il is only yourself, with your uu luile voice doing ii ull ; so tbc.e is no need to bo oi tended. Y'ou see a but a wonderful power you have ot making yourself heurd. This, iheu, is tho echo. If you were not to speak, you would hear no echo, GoJ has kiudiy made all these wonders, and tbey ouxut lo teach us a usetul lesson, if we would only think about every ihing wc see aud bear. Kindness is like a sweet, soft echo; if liule children speak loviug words toeacu oilier, loviug words como buck agtiu io them; aud if tbey do kind att.ous, kiud uctious come back ugaiu. I suppose 1 must add a little talc by way of illustration; so heie il is ; Tuere wuSuuce a luile girl at school in France a gieai many years ago, and she was walking oui oue day with her compan ions iu sumo beauutul puolic gardens. It happened ibat a poor soldier was tiiere ou duly, uud uoi being aule io Icuve'wSposi, he begged the young ladies io bring bun a tiillc . water. Tue compauious, however, heeded him not, except lo say bow exceed ing uiiperuueui it wuaof a common soldier io spuk lo iheiu. The little girl, however, had a kiud aud tender heart, uud could uoi ihiuk of leaving a feilow-creuture iu want, wheu sue inigui uasist him. IStie ihereloie rau aud procured some water, her compau ious, meantime, deridiug her for doing so. Wheu she brought it lo the poor soldier, he could uol uller half bis gratitude, he was so surprised aud thankful ; but he asked her name and address, aud then she went away. Not many days af cr, a dreadful massa cre took place iu that city, of all the Pro tcstuuis, but tbe little girl was saved; aud bow do you tbiuk ? Tbe oor soldier bad uol forgotten bis beuefaeiress; I ho kiud ac aetiou b id gone deep, -eveu iuto the heart of one accustomed lo see ued ot cruelty or bloodshed, aud the little girl felt the glad echo amidst the sad dosolaliou aud gloom of the eventful day. Now go aud practice my story, dear chlldreu;. let your lips breathe, forth ouly geutle tones aud words, aud bo ready at all times to.do au act of.love add kiuduess to.ward any human beiug. Speak gently I 'tis a tittle word. Propping lu Uie heart' deep well ', Tbe love, tue joy, that It may bring, Kteruity wUI Ml. Merry i Museum. Hunger is a great demoralizer, and rags are the ally of the devil. Charles Lamb, playing t whist, with Hazlitt. wheu the lalter's bauds were ralb- cr dirty, said to him : Hazlitt, if dirt were trumps, what afiue band you would have. . Cootcience is a Moult or, bat tbe Mouitors ia most bcoms are iron-clad. A poet was walking with Mude Talleyr and iu lbs street, aud at tbe tame time re citing some of bis own verses. Talleyrand nerceivinir at the short distance a man yawning, pointed him out to bis friend saying: Not eo load, be bears rou. lOOO ORWELL AGRICUL'RAL SOCIETY. RULES, r.EGULATIONS,. ASD run Tug SIXTH ANNUAL FAIR, To ust.u Orwell, Ashtabula Co-., Ohio,, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, ept. 3id, A3d, und ftttn, 1101. board or ornctss. President GEO. II. HASKELL, BloomOelA. Vice PrcU'Uni: JOHN J. DODGE, New Lyme. Secretary and Treasurer: C A. B. PR A IT, Orwell. Dirtclo't: MAK3EXA MILLER. Rome. DA X NORTH WAY. Orwell. R. It. BECKWITH, Colebrook. ZIMBRI BAKER, Bloomfield. WM. JARVIS, Hartsgrove. General Snptrintendenl of the Ground; LEWIS WATERS, Orwell. Mar thu I: CALVIX DODGE, New Lyme. GENERAL RULES AND BY-LAWS. 1st. Grounds will bo leased to private Indi viduals to erect grocsries, victualing establish ments, or stalls for the sale of any commodity permitted by the Board upon application to tbe Board, an J no person will he allowed to offer for sale any commodity except Tin grounds so leased. 2d. N3 intoxicating beveraga will be per mitted to be brought opoa or kept on tbe grounds d uring the Pair ; and any person vio lating this rule, will forfeit all liquor found with them, and be liable to prosecution. 3J. All officers of tbe Society are constituted a special police force, for the preservation of order. 4th. No articles or auim il sh ill be entitled to compete in more than one class, or for more than one premium io the same class, - 5th. No animal that has taken tho first pre miumj iu any class, at a previous fair, shail be allowed to compete in tbe same class pro vided always, that all may compete far sweep stakes, except fast horses. 6ih. Superintendents of the diCfuient depart ments will have all articles nnder their care, so arranged that thoss to be examined by one committee shall be as near together as possible. 7 th . Officers of the Society and Superinten dents of differeut departments, will be known by their official badges. 8. Competition open to all, in or out of the county. 9th. Should the cash receipts from the gates, and for membership, be insufficient to pay tbe. full amount of premiums offered, the premium sliall bo applied 1st, to pay the curreut ex penses ; 21, the balance shall be paid in equal proportious upon ihe premiums . awarded i which shail be payment in full for the sama; . lOih. Owners of stock shall show satisfactory pedigree to. the committee, when on exhibition. RULES AND REGULATIONS. TttsDAv, Skpt. 22 Will be occopied ia . getting stock and other articles on tbe ground, making cn'ries, aud article! for exhibition. Wednr-umv, Suit. 23 Will be the General ' Show Day of all Stock, inhaling Brood Mares and Colls, aud one aud two yetr-old Colts. Tiii'usnav, Seer. 21 Horses will be ex hibited in largo ring. Annual Address at L o'clock P. M . ENTRIES. All ft'iluia'.i and articles mast be enlcredjipo the books of the Secretary before being brought npou the groan J. Exhibitors are req icsted to have their ani mals and articles upin tho ground as much as possible on tbe first day, and if delayed until after It) o'clock of the second duy, when the committoc coaiaunco examinations, tbey can not come in competition, unless by consent of tbe Executive Committee. N'o articles ex'aibited shall be removed be fore the clos.i or the exhibition, and oo animals before 2 o'clock P. M. of tho last day, unless by consent of the Board. Upon entries being made, cards will bo fur uisbed,. bouring the number aud classes en tered, Op An-iuaw name, a, weight and pedi grco. Ok Macbi.vei and MaxcrAcriRKD Auticle oame and value. Or Ga.uM, Vkoktables and Flowsrs name and variety. Of IIousk Plamts their oame age aud va riety. Or FnciT its name, variety, aod time of ripeuiug. Exhibitors, immediately oo brioging their ar tioles or animals upon the grouud, will report ii the Superintendent of Grouads, who shall direct where tbey are to be placed. All Exhibitors of live stock nnder foor years old, shall state the trne age of each animal, ia years and months, aod the manner of raising t Poos will be provided for Cattle, Sheep and Swiue, and forsgo for all animals on exbibittoo, furnished free by the Society. The ring will be free for the exorcise of Horses on exhibition, Under direction of the Marshals, when not otherwise occupied. Alt persons ate requested to stand off the) track while Horses are being driveo 00 tbe same. THE COMMITTEES. For each day, will be called at 10 o'clock A. II, Judges are requested to report tbsmsclve ' promptly at tbe time, as vacancies will tho be filled. . ., No person will be allowed to Inter fare with the Judges-io their deliberations, end ell per sons thus iaterfciirig cr anuoyiog comruittces,"