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Twosaoarea fi bob.. 8 W Two squares 1 year, Ji 00 Four square 1 year 15 00 ' , IlaJX column 1 ear, 35 IX) Baalnea Cards of not over Ave lines per year, . . t$2 00 Obituary Xotices unless of gmeral Interest half rates. r.j.jvrs.i.c:.:,..., . ... i -tt -. !-. ; job PBumNO'iiiii'- '.: -i' . Of Wrjr 4eerlptioBMBll to on call, and done in Hie, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PHYSICIAKS.-- 1 DR. K. IV. K.IKG,. PhT8Waa and frirpooa. office erer winiara tfore,retaciiccucai oi,oiwr,uiun;ii, AabUMUa. , ( . - wi::i:" .1! i.l .-v.i.i-tJl .'I A. B. VAK NORMAN, M. , nomeooathic PhyaieUn and Snrireon- Office nearly opposite the res- n Idence r Faasett, BUin street. juiimi, a"i. BeiMence nearly opposite tbe K. E. ' Oinrch. Om .Hw-rronv7 M4 . 1 tot r. ,nd ewnins.8fi5 DENTISTS. C. W. NELSON, Dentist, Asbtabuia, onio. Office in Fixk Block. i f - p. K.JIAiX, IVntiW'Altalmla, Ohio. iiUff - See over.Horton, Fellows and Co.'s Store. Of- " ',; 'ATrqiiXEYS and agents; ' ftf 'ifrATKIS-Attomc.TB at tw, Jeffer ! J3. L Waok. .son, llOlO. . Ujnce in ine . our uouse, ior 1 nc (irescui, 895 A. B." WATKDiS. : 'V. AiWITIBONE, Attorney at Lan' Collector 1 ion Teyanrer mn n rvoiary moiic. Geneva. Ohio. Dec. -. ' - ' R5-yl BXNBY PASS EXT. Ajrent Home InsnraBc Cora- paayew ierk Capital, f 2,mu.(WiiK ano 01 cuaner Uak Lira Jjjanrauca , 'ompairv-, or uam " attends twwritiniof Deedn. Win; Ac. fcfAL.ii -3k" GARY, Attornevn at 'IjLw, and War Waim -ti Agents, Ashtabola eonnty, Ghld.-. TnsortosE Ual will Ka . CUnuv. (.11 Xf.KtKlilv a 111 TllMtHflV f AArh Vt'lf. TRE0D0JiE HALL, Ashtabula. M. p, OAliY, Geneva "If ! 39 . Jf. H.HEttinAlV,attiie office of Shermahi:FREh, ,,; JfotATT Public, and Agent of Ute Hartfurd Fke Insnr nnce Company. - - fSi SHER9I.IN & FITCH Attorneys at Law, Firet Door South of Flpk House. AFbtwrtnla, Ohio. LABAN 8. 8IIICRMAN. i . 80 EDWARD H. FITCn. .THEODORE HALL, Attorney" at Law, and War p Ciayn Agent, Flrt Blorky Ayhtabnla Ohio.- JtSS XM B. COOK, Attorney and Counsellor at LaW and Kotarv Public, alw Real Estate Apent, Main street, over iiorriBon & Ticknor's store, Ashtabnla, O. 833 CHARLES BOOTH, Attorney ana Counsellor at Law, Ashtabula, Ohio. .. 419 . O. H. FITCH; LlfcVFlre and rine fnsiiriiticevand " Iteal EsUte Agency, Finf Block, Ashtabula, O. 686 iSAHUEIi W. HUMPHREY, Real Estate Dal er, continnes to eupplr the market with Building Lots from his place at the 'Depot. Lots eligible and priced moderate. . . , i . iy8i3 . HOTELS- 1 CLARENDON' HOUSE,' X' .'-It.' Stocfcweir, Pnv "prietor." Omnibuses run regularly front this house to and from every train, and' a line oi'staires leaves" its . door Tor Jefferson and other Interior.poiiits. , 89 ' : : 1 ' ; 1 : 1 ' i ' Jt . . JPISK HOUSE, AehUbnla, Ohio, IL Field, Propri ; etpr. ' .An Omnibus rnnning to and from eyery train of "ears. Also, a good livery-etable kept in conneotipn with this house, to convey passengers to any point. ;" 6S9 " THOMPSONS HOTELrJ. -C.jTuohpsox, Piopri etor. Jefferson, Ohio, . , V ,-T r-v . gV i ' ' 1 ' 1 '' k ' la Khop. Servants not allowed to receive Perpuiwites. uo not Deueve Knnners or iiacKiucn wno say ware .Tvcarwi? , ,'MERCHANTS. GEORGE HALIa, Dealer Piano-Fortes, and Me lodeons, P iano tools, Covers. Instruction Books, etc I. JJepoU-28 Public Square. Cleveland, Ohio,;,, 410 1 STRONG Jc in ANN TNG, Dealers In-' Bitnhienons Anthracite and Blacksmith' Cttals, by the ton or car load, at Ashtabula station, or delivered in the Village, at the most favorable rates. ' f "'TTLER Jk CARLISLE, Dealers .In ' Groceries, ,. Domestic Dry Goods, &c just ojK'ninjr at the old store '" Bi f Stephen HalL, Main Street, which has been . rebuilt ' z ad put in neat and tasteful order.. ; bT4 HERRI TK. it BROTHER,Dealere1n Dry?oods, ?' '4M)cerii,''OrockerviC'itlerv, Kotions, Ac. &c Main, C two doors North of Centre street, Ashtabula, O. 870 S3trCH 4i GILKKlV-DcalcM i DryOooas, Gro ceries, . Crockery and Glass-Ware, opposite Qarcndm Block, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. 870 TfrB. EDHEAD:' Dealer fn TlonrPort:,' naniplLard, and all kinds of Fish, j AI, all kinds of Family Gn reries, Frnita and Confectionery, Ale and Domestic "t-Wrnea.ii' ' ' ' '1 s'.'-sr i .:.; . wa COLLINS 6c BROTHER, Dealers in Pry-Goods, -Notions, Oroceries, Boots and Shoes, Iron. Sronc Chi na, Ac- c. .Tw doors nortli f Kisk House, Ashta bula, Ohlo4 ' ..,.' k. L. P. COLLIIf S. fifi9 J.W.COLLIXS. r i ' 'i! ' . i J.' P." ROBERTSON. Defclcr'in everv 'description - of Boots, Stipes, Hats and Caps. 'Also, on hand a stoek or Choice ramiiy Groceries, 3iatn street, corner oi ucn , tre, AshUbnla, O. . " " ' . , ; a MORTON, FELLOWS -A: CO.. Wholesale and . " Retail Grocers, and General Dealers In Produce, Pro visions, Floor, Corn, Fish, Salt, Ac, Main street, Ash tabnla, O. Goods delivered free of charge. H H.'W.'HASKEC i.'ATf'o., Corner fjiritig arid Main streets, Ashtabula, Ohio, Dealers in Dry-Goods, Gru oerfes: Crockery, .c ' J T 1 W ' '' i 1 H'. W. HASKELL. ' R'A J 1 j. W. tIASKEtL. WELLS Si BOOTH. ArUolesaTe And Retail Dealers in Western Reserve Butter and Cheese, Dried Fruit,-! rjour. ana lirocepes. uracrs respe.ctruiiy solicited, nod tfisdat the lowest cash cost.- Alita1inla,'Obio. 88T MORRISON & TICK OU. Dealers in Dry-Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Crock ery. Books, Paints, Oils, Ac, Ashtabula, O. SB JIANN 4c NOTES, Dealers In Dry-Goods, Groceries, lists, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Stoves and Tin watev Strict atteetion psjd, t All kiiHis-W-Tinner's Joh.KorJu.'Ubrni of Center, and Park-streets, Ashta bnla, Ohio. WTO ''" "" D1UTGG1STS. '-7- CHABLE9 E. SWIFT Ashtabula, Ohio, Dealer In Drags, vnd Medicines, Groceries, Perfumery and Fancy Articles, superior Teas, Coffee, Spices, Flavor ing Extracts, Patent Medicines of .every descriptioa,' Palats, Dye, Varnishes, Brashesv Fancy Soaps, Hair Restoratives, Hair Oils. Ac all of which will be sold t ths lowest prices. , Prescriptions prepared with snit able care. i S5 H. A HENPBT, Corner Main and Centre streets, ' Ashtabshv, -, Dealer In Dregs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,Dye Stuffs, Ac, Choice Family Groceries, including Teas, Coffees, Ac. Patent . Medicines. Pnw Wines and X4qnors tor Medicinal pur poses. Physician's prescriptions carefully and prompt fy attended to. :. . 2? GROnCR WILI.ARD. Dealer in Dry-Ooods, Oro- ApriM Hutji ( xn Hmns. Shoes. Crockery, Gla , uiass-w are. Also, Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in uaraware, ra HsTy,Nail.-iroiJ. gleol. Drugs, Medicrnea, PstoV?, Oils, Dyestnffs, Ac, Main street, Ashtabula. I IARESS i.yiyEIj, , V. M. WILLIAMSON, Saddler and Harness Ma- ier, opposite Fisk Block, Main atreetAAftbala, Ohio, z'1 lias on-hand, and makes to -orfler, in -the best manner, ..I t T'Cl.l thing in his-Hne. ' n " . "I ' &tu '.' c. FORD, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Collars. Trunks, Whips, &C oppo r.te Fis House. Ashtabula, Ohio. S0 LUMBER-YARD. ; " IRTMIB A CIDDINOS DeaJers 1n Pinnd Domestic Lumber, Dressed or otherwise, "Lath. Pine Sblntrles. c MannfltctirreTS of Doors. Sash, Blinds,. Fenee Stuff, Ac, " VTQCrs iwr nui ia in, iuniunu, caw- - Ing, Ac. prompt i. Wit SEYMOUR, ing, Ae Tiromptly attended to. . Ashtabula, Ohio. &--6m . A-C. GIDDINGS.- MANUFACTURERS. 4 . - A. D. STRONG' L Manufacturer and Jobber In Herme ds. Jelly- X'id"er,.and, Cider ,Aiiieger4 r ,tically,SealodXiood AshUhnla,4JtilbKov. 10, WA. O. ZEILE it BRO., Manufac'torers koS Dealers in - an kinds of Iesther in general demand la this market. Highest cash price paid for Hides and Skins.' ; . L. C. CCLLE Y, Manufacturer of Lath. Siding. Mould iags,Cbese Boxes. Ac Planing, Matching, ud Scrowl Bwing. dona u the 'shortest Uotice.- Shop on Main Vs street- opposite the Upper Park, Ashtabula, Ohio? '440 ,W. W. sniTIL Msnnfacturer and Dealer in all the different kinds'or Leather in demand hi this' market, 'r ad StMtemikers Frndtaigs. He i als enraged In the -' fnsnuractore of Harnesses, of the H-At and tasteful, as " well as the tnore vsbsUntial tinds. opposite Phoenix Fonndry, Ashtabnla. h - nuh..- ... ... ' r' 11 1 " m!" " ! .'Ill- 1 Tt L A Y. Manufacturer and Dealer la Boots, -Shoes, Fisk B)ook, Msln street, Ashtnbqla. O, . g-jp i-Bt)OK-8T01,E,-i; 'rI. C DICK,. Dealer In' Books. StaHoasrv. Fancy c . Goods, Yankee NotionsToyv WaH Paper, Window . Mhades, Sht Mnoic smrMnsic Books. Agent for the - Jtsson A Hamlin Cabinet Organs, .u. ....... ;, tx tfT PIERCE '& HALL, Dealers in riothlnR, Hat yaps, ana uents- mrnishing Goods, Ashtabula, o. KM BBrCE,ASIIDON & W A ITE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ready Made Clothing, Furnishing J.-FrGIFFORD &CO:- Merchant-Tallors-nd Wholesale and Ratail Dealers in Beadv Mada Clothing, Q Fitrnishint; Goods, Ac, Ac, Ashtabula.1 ' CABINET; WARE. DUCRO tk BROTHER. Manufacturers of, and ' Dealers in Furniture of the best descriptions, and every vanerv- Aisouenerai u noeriairers, ana januiacrnrers ." of Coffins to order. Main street, North of South Public Square, AshWbnl. '- - - -- ' - 491 LINUS SAVAGE. Fnrnitnre Dexler and Mannfac tnrer. Steaftv, establishment,' North Main street, near tne omce or jjr. arnngton, Ashtahula. t)hio. 451 D. W." GARY A: Co. Dealers in ill descriptions of Furnitnre,'Of both 'Eastern and Western nakeand styles at moderate prices, Clarendon Block, Main street, Asnraouia, unw. - ,;: . . . . . FOUNDRIES." CROSBY Sc iriONTIGLE. Iron Fonnders and Man nfacrurers and Dealers in Stoves of various kinds. - Plows and Plow Castings, Mill Castings, and most des- cnimoniB oi lounury work, pprlnff t.. Asniarjuia. uu P. J. RICE, Phoenix Fonndry, Manufacturer of Stoves ana riows, ana uenerai rounder, bugar Kerues, .mil " and Flow Castings. Hollow Ware, and all other Cast ings made to order. Office Phoenix Foundry, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. 670 JEWELERS. GEO. E. TAYLOR & CO.. Manufacturers of bilver Ware. Gilders and Silver Platers. 13C ChsmDlain St.; between Seneca and Ontario, Cleveland, Ohio. 904 G. ' XV. DICKINSON. Jeweler. Repafrinir of all kinds of W atches. Clocks, and Jewelry. Shop, Clarcn- -non jhock, Asniaoniaj unto. . i - ' n I. S. ABBOTT, Dealer in Clocks. M'atchcs, Jewel ry, etc' Engraving, Mending and Repairing done to order. Shop on Main-street, Connuaut, Ohio. ' - WW HARDWARE,-&c. GEORGE C. HUBBARD, Dealer in Hardware, . Iron, .Steel ond Nails, Stoves, Tiu.Plate, Sheet Inm, CopDcr and Zinc and Manufacturer of Tin. Sheet Iron run 4J0 anq copper ware, J?isk t JUlock, AshtaDula,Ajmo, -MILLINERY. MISS WRIGHT & HltO., Dealers in Silks, Ril- bons. Laces, Plumes, Flowers,. Velvets, Straw and Silk Bonnets Hats. Ladies' Cans. Furs.Hoon Skirts, Corsets A Millinery goods generally; Ashtabula, O -:. till 1 UREWEIiS. ROBERT FULLER Aslitabnla , Bretv- .o rj, Office and Brewery, on Bank Alley, (nearFarui "Natloiial Bank,)'. Ashtabula, Ohio. . 870 . ers RADFORD A: K A IN, Brewers. : Office and Brew ery, in old MvKjl'hurcb, Mam street, Ashtabula, Ohio. t70 . .. .,.....'..;,:..-.... MISCELLAN EO US. PROF. T. H.' HOPKIXS. Music Teacher and Pi- m , ' t . . 1 1 j-, f EjnORY LUCE," Propatrator and Dealer in Grape inss, ureen-iiouse Bedding and egntahie Plants. Persons aliout to plant Vineyards, will find it to their nd-antage to consnlt meodthe selection of sites for :Vineyarda; -Soils, Kind of (irapeg, best mode and time of Planting. Examine samples of Growing Vines, and compare prices. : '' : , .. '-''Ashtabula. Ohio. PURE BRANDY made from Grape Wine, White uuiawoaana BiacKoerry v ines; ior jnediriimi purposes, for sale on the North Ridge.' JUJLIT FJilUiW. Ashtabula, Jan. l.Stfi. y-KO ERIE RAIL WAY. ERIE RAIL WAY. GREAT BROAD GAUGE, DOUBLE-TRACK-ROUTE TO TO New York, Boston, and New England Cities. J X IflS Rail AVay Kvteiicls .froiuw wi Dunkirk to'New York, 400 miles; i.,-'i,J, UUffitlO 10 .New York, 423 miles; Salamanca to New York, 415 miles and is from 22 to 27 suit's the. shortest route. AU 1 rains run directly thronch to New.. York.' 4CO miles, without chauge of Coaches. -. From and. after April 211, It", trains will leave in connection with all estern lines, as follows: .jrrom sjuiikii-k ana nianianea, - - by New York lime, from Union Depots: 7.30 fA.-M, Exyreiss Mall from Dunkirk, (Sun days excepted) stops at Salamanca 10.00 a. m. and ouitocts at' liornellsviiie and Coming with the , "8.00 a. ji. Express Mail from Buflalo, audarrives " - in New York at 7.00 a. h. , 35 P. MY Lightning Express from Sala . manca (Sundays i-xceitcd stops at Hornell .'. Allle, 5.25 f. Jt. Supper intersecting with the ' ' 2.20 p. m. train from Buffalo, and anives in New York at 7.00 a. m. 4.15 P. M. N. York. NIg;lt Express from Dnn- ; Kirn (.Miiiuays exceiileii) slops at Salamanca 0.55 . P. M. ; Olean 7.S5 P. m. sniiH;r Turner's HM a. x. breakfast and arrives in N. Yorlt at 12.30 p. . . H. connecting with Afteruoou trains aud steamers . for Boston and New EnL'laud cities. ... From BulTalo by. New York. Time, from Depot . eir. jiAuiiaNgi-auu .luuiiiiiii urceis: . , . .45 A. M. N. Yorlc Iay Kx press (Sunday's , excejrted) fcops a( liornellsviiie U.03 a. jc. (bkft.) .. '.Susquehanna 17 p. Jt. (dine) Turner's 7.65 p. jt. .(sup.) and arrives in New York 10.30 p. jt. Con nects at Great Bend with Delaware, Lackawanna A Western Railroad, and at Jersey City with Mid , , night Express Train of New Jersey Railroad for - -Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washinston. 8. OO A. M. KxpreM Mall via Avon Hornclls- . ville (Sundays excepted.) Arrives in N. York at 7 .. .. a. x. Connects at Elmira with Northern Central , Railway for Harrisburg Pliiladelphia, Baltimore Washington and points south. ..,-. 2.20 P. M. LlsUtnLng: Exprc-(Snndaya ex- - ccpiexiH-Slops ai jaorueusvine o.a r. it. (supper) and arrives in New York 7.00 h. Jt. - Connects at , , Jersev City with Msrning Express Train of New Jersey "Railroad for Baltimore and Washington, - And at New York -with Morning Express Train for Boston and New England Oities. - .r. m. G.10 P. M. New York Nlglit Express-Daily stops-at Portage.55P. x. supper intersecting at liornellsviiie with the 4.15 p. x. train from Dun kirk, and arrives in New York at 14.80 p. x. 1 1.20 .P,M. Cincinnati Express (Sundays ex- , repieaj Slops ai usquenajiiia A. X. (Dklt) ; ," Turner's 1.10 p.x. (dine) and arrives in New York 1 at 3.23 P. x. Connects at Elmira with Northern ..' Central Railway for Harrisburg, Philadelphia, V -'Hallbnore, Washington and points south ; at Great Bend with Delaware, tackawanna A West ern Railroad for Scrauton, Tsenton and Philadel phia, and St New York with Afternoon trains aud : . . . summers for Boston and New England Cities.' Onlv One Train East on Sunday, leaving Buffalo at 0.10 P. x. and reaching New Y ork at 12.30 p. x. - Boston and New England Passengers, with their Bag gage, are transferred free of charge in New York. sents many objects of interest,' passing throuirh the To pleasure travels tne tine oi ir.e r.ne naiiwav pre beautiful valleys of the Chemung. Susquehanna, Dela ware and Ramapo rivers, an ever-changing panorama of liatnre's beauties commands attention. The best ventilated and most luxurious sleeping coach es in the world, accompany all night trains on this railway. ... - Baggage Checked Througn ana rare always as low as by any other route. -r Ask for Tiekets dv jtrte UnUway, lf f : To be obtained at all princiiial Ticket Offices in west - - or south-west. u H. RIDDLE, Gen. Siipt. Wx. R. BARR, Gen. Pas. Agt. CLEVELAND AND ERIE RAIL-ROAD. Ogtft-gJ 4 THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY. .r - t-it ua sn sner aioiuiay, adm at 17. and' uuiu lurtlier Notices fasspni! iger Trains run as follows : Day Ex. a '. Toledo Ex. -i - . .rj.. '-i t- MaiUAcc . t r r ft: T !.. - LZ L Night Ex CO 8 : 1 St. BuEx.,3 ; : H"; CO 3 jr, "2 -S c o H 5 :sMk'SJ :-'" Night Ex. o ' o CT. Mail Acc. SS" " 51 " . r " a ' " ' 3 S g ? . Dsv f. JsS-'' 5? v&V. gESi5 " a? - o? led cijs ' J. I t- , CO oc tj C ca.J Trains do not stop at stations where the tiie is omitted '- !. :f in the, above table. .'' . , . iaSecond Class Cars run on allThrontrh Trains. sf3 All thronsh trains going Westward, connect at Cleve-. land, with 1 rains tor Toledo, Chicago, Columbus, Ciucin nati, Indianapolis, Ac. ! -i -,-., i ,,; ,ii.u.-- And all through trains going Eastward, connect at Dun kirk with thQ trains f Erie Eailwnv. and at Buffalo with those of N. Y. Central, and Erie Railways, for New' York,. Albany. Boston. Niagara Falls, Ad Ac; and at Erie with trains on Philadelphia and Erie H. It. for Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, New York. Ac. ;, . .' ; ; . -n - New York Express East connects at Girsrd with trains on the Erie A Plttsbnrgh RR. for Lincsville, Meadville, Jamestown; GrcenvUJe,' Ac, Pa. - .... ..... n. NOTTTNGHAM, Supt. Supfs Office. Cleveland A Erie Roil road, Cleveland. O,. April 29, 1S67. ) SELECT POETRY. SELECT POETRY. At the Door. SELECT POETRY. At the Door. BY UNA LOCKE. Tlie mistakes of my; life are mBj'r The sina my iieart are niofe ) And I scarce pan see for. weping-i-But I knock at the opto door; i I am lowest of those who lave him. . I, am weakest , of those who prayTTT.,1. J . ' But I come as : he has hiJe'n, ';. '. ;. . U ; V, '.' 'And he will say to me, 'Nay. ' " 'r ! ' "3fy mistakes his love, shall cover, ' J " My sins he will wiasli" a'w'av And the feet Uiat shrink and talter Shall, walk through the', gate of day,'"-' ... If I turn not from his whisper, " ' J J If I let not go his hand, I fhall see him in Lis beauty .: (I The King in the far-off land ! : f The mistakes of my life are; many, , ";'. And my soul, js sick with sin, . And I scarce can see for weeping- '' A But the Lord will let me in. - A Minister Wanted. A work lias just been published by the niciican Tract Society entitled, "Iliiifs and Thoughts for Christians,'': wnttci by Rev. Dr. Todd, of Pittsfield;li9 has a way oi putting things wliuh. .cannot be excelled. L-TJief follOwinjr hrikle, selected from, it, is .well worthy the attention "of onieei'sand ineinbers of vacant churches : : ITlinftyvlilleGvFiTjais -a minister. 1-rTliey are lookiusr lar ana near to luxl one: but they., want the 'right fcVU)'.? 'Thrifty ville is not one of your old effet lilaces. It is, a jlaco; giwnup- qiiickly tv Rapid River, in the beautiful valley of Eureka.' It is a very ijni)ortant pl stands diieet-i ly over the center, of the earth, so thatiif a hole were dug, and a stone 'dropped "in to it, it would paW'ihrangh the very 'ii-; terotjhjs'j'gr hig population, and boasts of a t-ii'ele of very intelligent ..people,:; .-"Moreover. , it seems to be 'the center of a irreat moral iufluence,' and it now wants a minister second to' iiohcl-:' TLty7- want to get the; society out of debt, to repair the old wastes which tike1jasfilffo built sanctuarv, to gather in the vounir.f to .'draw a;jiill hoiise,,Viiul W Vmake Xthe, concern every way prosperous and res pectable, and easy tosupport.- -,vr r" JS ow tor the qnalitiOitllons'desired.Tliev are so few and simple that 'the right man probably stands at your Ibow. - - item, lie must be a man mature in intellect, and ripe in experience : and vet. so young that afl the - young peojtle will j rush after him. ' 1 Item. ' lie must be quick, ardent.flash- mg, nervous in teinperament, so that he may kindle quick and burn bright, jirompt ready and .wide-awake;- dud yet a man of the niosti -consummate prudence whose nerves shall ; liever be unstrung, nor out of tune. ".-.'- Item. He must be a mail of great' 'burn ing zeal, so that he can startle,' arouse. and kindle, and move the conm-effation : md yet, so cautious, o pool, that he is always safe, calm,' self-possessed, unpret- ui L.v.11. ; Item. ' He must have the powci to a waken and arouse the church; and yet; let them be quiet and look on while he ddes all that isxlonc for Christ. ' ; Item. He 'must urge: and move men, and lead the whole- people to salvation, and get them all into the church; and yet be so judicious that he can make a difference between the chaff and the wheat ard let none but real converts into the fold.i,;. :: : .v.- (!': :: .:"., - j Item. He rhrst be strong amVorigin.il in the pulpit,'and bri'ng'uone but beaten oil there; and be at leisure to receive any call, any interruption;1 be 'prepared for every occasion, and. like, t'le towri pump, never sucking lor water, or giving out dry. ,;:;;; : r.MT.v.rr . Iteni. He must be a workman who shall go down deep into the mines of truth; and quarry out its pillars, and set them up, and make-'menconieand. wrestle '"around them ; and yet, the most gifted man in lght conversatioii,!flti on all that floats in the e very-day world around him. Jteru.7 - He must have 1 health, so that his body never wearies, his nerves never quiver, a real speciman of muscular Christianity ; ' and yet, a hard, severe thinker, a chise reasoiter, and a most dili gent si u lent, getting his books from any quarter. , Item. He must be poor in this world's goods, to show that money not his ob ject, so that he can- sympathize with the poor, and can t help feeling humble and lependent ; and vet his - family ; must be the most hospitable, and entertain more company than anyother in town ; his children must be second to uene 111 edu cation and training ; they must be res pectably , dressed Jie must give - away more cheerfully,' thaii any man in the place, not even exctpting Esquire. Rich niniseiianu ins lamuy inusi oe moueis, in all resjiects, for. the communityl . - Item. He must be a man who can be permanent, though vastly superior to Dr. Solid of the next town, who has been with his; flack' over thirty yeaFs'; and his congregation must hear the same voice, prij thstirrvenbjectyse'alimc'S cv-ery week; and yethemusVco'ine every time as original, as fresh, as glowing as if it were but once a year. " ,! v 1 ! Item. He niust be able to live in a glass house,: nl ways' a'litigSn""public, com ing in contact with all sorts of men and prejudicies, so original. that all will res pect and fear him; and yet never odd, . ' -has ; ' eccentric, morose, repulsiye,- or awing in niannerfe. ' He should have the lofty at tributes of an angel, with the sympathies, the gentleness, aud softness, of the little child. ' "-'' ' . Ijem. He must be always ready, lofty, keyed up to do the best possible ; and yet so calm iu sj)jritr ji wpfdantlj lpok, that nothing can' disturb the "repose. Item. He must never preach so that the people are-not proud of 'him-when they have a stranger hi their pew;; or so tliat the echo of his sermon Bhall not come back when he goes, abroad, vi and 1 yet, every sermon must be so beautiful, that all the young people will admire it.,and, wonder over it, and the little chiid can carry it a"J, home and xepeat it.to, her grandmoth er. ' . Item. , .Jlis.wife must be the model o all models'.' Sjje must be 'vbun and hand- JT IK) Nil list be worthy the admiration of all the peo ple, and yet be really the humblest of alLj She must watch anddiscipline, and, prune,' ami lead an 6.Lmdke her 'husband the em bodiment of all excellence, but she must never be aware of her power," lest she be come? , overbear" ng, 0 fche.vmust ;borllie modeVof a lady, have a fair face and white hands, though compelled to do all the work of her iamilyShe must . be read v tbnieet everybody 'with a' sniile,1 take her hands from the flour at any momentj wear a checked a prop, and still be dress ed like a lady. Her face must never be otherwise than cheerful, her: head mtist do its aehings hi secret, and she must give none occasion to call her extravagant or to call her mean., ..She must.be able to alter the same dress' four tmies'turhing it thrice, and fitting it toT a smaller, child each time. She will " be1 "expected 'tti be the very life of the great Dorcas Society; ine niosi zeaious meniuer 01 tne iii-Lia-' bor Society, the very backbone of the Maternal Association, the warm leader in thejemale prayer-meeting, the head and mover in the Reading Circle, aud the visitor-general of the por. She will bo expected to be at all the prayer-meetincs, and let how many sover "brethren be present, she will . c looked, to to set the tunc'fofeae'h' hymn "As slie receives no salarv, of course her: other qualifications are not so import ant,' thpugfy Aha., above are esseumu. .- -. i Item. l"lie minister be sound in doc trine1, able to lay his hands On' the'' fouh- dations of trutluto fortify anduiefend the hill of Zion ; and yet, must never ,prcaejii the old-fashioned doetrms.ciTliey are not s-i-)ityt'iiTifev-arenot Jtaking They will r 1 t 111- i never 'elraw a fuH house. Reiri Ji iftraJfelIntj"Fo; phoiildt) a ptoiis" man.Vnd onVwIio loves' his master --rand yet,- as this article piefy,' has not acquired, great .value, m Thrift y- ville, it. would be well for him not to make that too obtrusive. "." " "''tli:w' , Such, in' few ' words, is the1 man thev want forVrtiiftYville, If-tUev.can jiu-ht oxi .jiim'lheu-will pay 'oik iJioi-sa-iiiUrtits annually J.and not let it'rnn - reasbtiblv.' ' This is nbt,- to .be'snre. half whaljlhelr clerks i ecelvi, Kiit'iliciJunk! that the iniHisteiy if he beiOnlf the 'right inan can 'manage';' to live W'it;?, "Wp: 1.8 reauv. - J ... .vi--.-i". !:.- - t.-..".-i : ' tQiSdat notlSiscreetof $&tt.i Cure for Stammering. L! Some . years t ago -a famous7 professor came to. a town where I was, then resid ing, aud K nn'o u'need hat . fie could , ,''ara tlie-'.woi'st cases of stuttering in ten min utes, without a" surgical opei'a'tibn.'TiXA tneiKi of ..mine was an inveterate case, and .Lad vised, him to call upbili- the won-' dcrful magician. ' He called viJds "convin-i ced by the testimonials exhibited,1-stmck ..i ' fx'A"w: ' l.' t' .1 ..'.'11 '.! .3' f 141 uiiigiuu, jjaiu tuu 1111 uuuars,: aud soon called at my office, as straight as ii; railroad track. ' -,rj V -v I was greatly astonished, and asked my friend by what' miracle he had been - so strangely and : sudtkuily.i.relieYed.. of .his life-long trouble. He most prpvokingly informed, live that he"had made, a solemn pledge" not" to. reveal the process "of, cure. ' 'I-knew two other bad cases hulies and, calling' :'upo;i them, reported what had e'ome to pass."--' - '-j . - -j : Theyyere soon at the professor's room, came away greatly elated, rniscd a hun dred dollars, went the next day, paid the cash, and in half an hour were ready, had the question' been popped, . to say ; yjsj ! without a single jerk.- 5 - -" : ' ' .,,.1 was soon made acquainted with'" sev eral other cures, quite as remarkableand resolveti to put on my sharpest wit and wait upon the-magician myself.-' 1 .'He; seemed an honest, earnest man: and in two days I had made up mind to pay d large fee and learn the ''strange' art.witli the privilege of using" it: to cure whom soever: r would." .Those who had been cured by the pro fessor1 :werc solemnly bound not to .re veal the secret to any -one j. but my- con tract gave ine the piivclege' of using the knowledge as I pleased.' ; V.''1:';.:' :'j And-iiow I'proposQ Jo givQ.the" readers of my 'Journal a simple art which lias en abled me to make very happy many unf happy- Etaminerers.'r- In 013' wn jhandst often; failedio cflect ithto' deslreU re sult, but in three-fourths-of the cases which I have trcatedlhe-cure has- been complete. The secret is simply this : The . stam merer is made to mark the time in his speech, just as it is ordinarily done in singing.- Ileis at first to beat on every syliable.;It is-best at thelSrst lesson to read simple composition, like one of Da vid's Psalms, striking the fingeiy on the knee at every word,-then read in a news paper, beating each syllable. ' Soon you need only beat on every word.; ;. . v You can beat time by striking the fin ger on the knee, by simply hitting the thumb against the fore finger,' or. moving the large toe in the boot. ' ! " ;''' . I doubt if the worst case of stutteiing could 'continue lo.ngj. provided, tlie; jjuffer er would read; an hbufior.two : each day, with th orough practice of this simple act; Obsei vir? the same 111 his. conversation, i : As thbusauds.'hay'e paid fifty 'and a hun dred dollars for this secrety I take - great pleasure in imparting it to the generous patrols' of. m v. journal..; .-r .t j 1 The above is written in response to J a request by a.;".Sister oflCliarity" of . tltis city. Dr. Zeicis ' Journal of Physical Ottltitre. ..-.' - .r ! of ' sa-s in ' a it -. is f t.u: A Strange Case of Love and Jealousy. A remarkable case of love and jealousy has recently culminated at;Suffield Ct.,in a mvstcribus disappearance. The wife of a well known cigar Manufacturer Jin that town - formed' a warm attachment, last year' fpr a : singingMnaSterwh'o ' led the choir in the. Cpngregatiorral.cbainjh, where she' was the" priiicipaV singer. . The ntwo were very iritimate,-and 'there' was '.con siderable, gossip in ..consequence, though it is not known that their iutiniacy reach ed unlawful limits! v This year -the eor-j ister was '9m ployed by theliaptist'cliurcli, his friend remaining in her former; posif tion. He' was polite and attentive to .the ladies in his new choir, and pojanTipMed an , exrrabi'diriary feeling' pi. jealousy In hh.irms inntifvirtnrpr S Wlie," - bhe-TOnt hihi alargeiratnber ol le:t'eA:bf!fJgabd j I hatuls,- aud threatening' h jm unth all eorts ot-thmgsit he didn'fc eease" his ttttentioris to the Ijaptisi girlsy u T.hc niatter reached A crisis on jEriday: 'ot -last'' wcliwhen tlie: - choinster1 fixed 'uporrlier-'arrtHorihip of .the lettefs'iand iiv tiirrt : tlircatene'd a kpublic expose,- and demanded satisfaction On the -same atteiTioon, :; whileiher hus band was absent,' the lady .'wrote; a letter telling him he would never see her again Jnd suddenly, departed;:? rShe .vas traced nearly lialf 'a mile to- a'iswamp, ahd on Sunday , the whole town was in search of lien-: -Every.' possible imeans .was used to ascertain her fate; but wholly without result,, 1ior has 6he been heard from since The irffair,;as may be imagined, has crea- tDt,a.protonna sensation m inifheld. Tlie lady was good, looking; accbraplished, a bout; thirty years old,- and the mother of one ziL$pri-h(fi!eld Republican. ' j . The Farmers Trials. : -This ; wet, colbV-.backward .Spring im plies a Slimmer; of hard work for:. the Farmers. We shall soon,' in all probabil ity hare bright, hot days ; , then planting weeding ; and,, hay making' will soon '. be upon us.'; ffalf in a heap.' - The. "Eight .'.'Hour rule' vill not then answer for far-mers-in fact the1 eighteen hour rule is a good deal more likely to be enforeed. In nAaiiy '; localities, crops will sufierifrom .want of hands.: nU-.'u-AC.'.l .'d .ml ' -Wh 'beg farmers to begin at1 once to rrpare i.bi; 'the emergency .T'o ' get be-' luic. hand Iwit, work, and jiay. behind, is wretched eeonomy,! l'etter ihavc. too much help-.i than too -little ; in -fact, no body bcfVh'a'vetob mifch in Juno arid Julv 1cft;K Mil Z.UU i" .Oil :-i -.'-. t J (-5 i' If. - r,ut'i: '.' .'.'.) 1 -I . ' T ' oJuCt .eyery Jarincr. secure sufficient help for tho. Summer.months at-e-nee i-If i he cannot Hfrrrl-it in his neighborhood, let hhh try 'the neighboring villages and cit ies' ' Let him not insist on the first qual ity of farm-hands, but take poorer,- and pay accordingly'. VV 0 know a good far mer who regulnrly employs two' steady 'ra'en' iiu'd 'si ' h'alf-gro wri ' boy s' '.' putting each', riiai in . charge of t'hreo , bovs. He pays.his lUien $1l50 x?r dayiiand his boys 50 entkr and - he Savs be 'gets the full work of o men for tlie pay of four; while 119 is, jtraunug to industry ., antl skill six toy:whQ f)the,nvisi.. would idle about the highways and grog-shops. If evervthrif- fy;',farirtiera'h'ouldlrdo;th have faini1 labor 1101 gli and a good deal dissipatipn and,criiueV- Vri--:i i ,VV e assure'.-tai-mers that they 'need "not be short of laTbor if they will hot be too par ticular as' to' quality , Oiir. titlvk are still full of. persons ;.whp'?j(?e(t-wpik,'' many" of whom -want. it,!.:and .we have: thousands more landingi eaclt week,: .Begin to-day faiTne'rs ! arid secure help enoWgh to carry. yPii handsomely ' .through. . the i oiimmer, and' bring you . out .in the Fall 'with full cropland - your land in good order for the next'season-.". ''' .l"-!:-':-'.1i:!;'J ''' "' ;- '' 'AirECD'dTE ''f6i?V' :.'0iJ)'; YoRKSniRE Sciib'LMASTER.-'ilany ''anecdotes are told the quaint manner and isayhigs of the peasant schoolmasters. hen iitfirst ef- tbrts were niade' f 6 iinproye tlie .clehien .tary iiistfuctibn of .the 'poor, due of them, wuo :.iiaa;!ueeu parisn , ciei'K ; icr .many- years, was; superseded ;in his office as teacher, and a fresh" crack' youth from a training college' was appointed .'in' his Didasealcs, and he sometimes attended the classes in the hopes that hen might catch his successor tripping. -The oppor- funity.was not long in coming. Ihc new- master .gave a lesson on the. uidehnite article.-;. ''Aj'? said .he, is or e, and can on ly be' applied to One thing. You cannot say a cats, a, dogs, but only a cat a dog. Away ,jwenthe parish clerk, 'elated! at tlie. ignorance .of his successor, and, meet ing the clergyman"'saidj "Here's a pretty fellow you v got to teach school! : Il says you can pnly, apply.' the', .articlcs' 'a and; an nouns rot the .singular number ; and here have I been-: saying' A-men all my hfe ili'd : your reverence has never once correct e 1 me 1 . . r!PiTiiy , Ciayi.cisMs. A' ' cohtemporarv of a newl)Ook : Some of the pieces this book: are, in ; a certain sense, . hu morous. ' The funny pieces make us weep, the. pathetic verses ' make us 'latrgh ; and so,, the bbok iSj in'a .certain sense, humor ous.,. : : . v . -. ." . " . ' ".Rillings says, "I could never find the meaning of the word 'collide' in Webster. But riding thy other day on the New York Railway' 1 sn,w it alLV It is the at- tcmpt 01 two trains to pass each other on single track. If I remember correctly, was a shocking failure." . , The fossil remains of a gigantic bird, estimated to have stood about twenty five feet high, have recently been discov ered in 'New Zealand. From thediscrip tion given of theseremaius,. they , eld' not appear to have belonged to a mta, but to some other gigantic bird of which there ho record in New-Zealand. ""'": ; rjl CHops.NG 'X ife.V Never marry a tyo man mereiy. becrause she. has a handsome faco or a w'ell tnrneel-figure ; for we soon liccomc'iiisehsfblpy to angelic foims and faces. If her cbtihtenance lias Jife and- in-teiligeiice--if ! .her walk and canage are modest : and lady-like and :if the whole appear ance indicate she. has mind,' heart aridmil; whvshe is worth-all the simper- .n-:.7 ;. .. .-"'.-. ,.- -, -, ing. mincnig niruiig, . anecieu ainsse-s. uwi ever ifbrought;, gopd looks as their f only marriage (lower ; i If thetfair one yotv are addressing is rich in ' houses, farins, bank stoyks, ; or rail way shares,' her .worldly gear 'should riot prove, an', insurmountable objcctjoii ;, but if she is poor like yourself so much the betteiv There is nothing like a young couple about the age of 20 'startiri"' in 'life'' with' fond hearts, clear heads, easy consciences and empty pock ets ''. You have- sbriiethirig to live for to hope fdr to 'work- for to love for. l-Your early struggles -with "the crosses of this cross urld; will dnly;bind yon thecloser to your young, ardent and loving wile. j u - :.'. ? " " . : v -:.'..-' .. Perfumje. The .useof perfumes was .common ainppg; Jhohebrews. and the pco ple. the iEast, and wasi at first entirely to sacred onices as'"an' incense to,, the gods, the anointing of the priests,' or the .erobalmuigiiof the -dead.'. Afterwards, narrtimed were earned in small boxes ens- kpsoded fro.n.tlie neck. And so came, to; .be ordinarily used. The Treatment of Drowned Persons. : ! At this sCa'sonr pf the year, when acci dents by J water are common, the IIu mane Society of "Massachusetts- issue in thb form'' of cards '.description of the nieans to be1 employed in the Resuscita tion ' of drowned persons, ' They , are as fbiiowsr J ; i1v '-.l;; :;-:;'';' 1. .Send with all speed fprjriedic.il aid, for articles' of clothing, blankets t c; ' ! IL Treat the patient1 ;on ' the spot, ' in the ojen air," exposing the face and chest Ireely to the breeze, except in too cold weather; " '::; ' :- ' ':"'"'" ' III. Place' the patient gently on the face( to allow any fluids to"flow from the mouth.) ': i .i- :-. : ";- -'t-; - IV. Then raise the: patient into' a sit ting posture, 'and endeavor to excite res piration,1 . " ; ', "'" . '1 By snuff, hartshorri, &c.t applied to the nostrils; . ,.- . .. ';', ' 2. By irritating the throat by a feather or the finger; v '-,.'-' : .. . ' 3 Bjr dashing hot and cold water al ternately on the face and chest.' If there be no success, lose no time; but , V.: Replace the patient on his face,- his arms under his head, that the tongue may fall forward and leave the entrance into the. windpipe: free, that any fluids may flow out of the mouth, then? 1 i :..-. 1. Turu the body gradually but com- I pletely On the side, and a little more, and then again on.-the lace, altcraataly . (to uieioce inspirauon ana expiranon. ; 2: When, reiilaced, apply; pressure !a boiit the back and ribs,; aud then remove ,U (tQ,induce fiu'ther expiration arid irispi-! ration,) and proceed as- belore.,. 3. Let these measures be repeated gen tly, tieljberately, 'but anciently and per seveririglyj' sixteen times a minute only. Continue'; these i measures rub- all i tho limbs and ; trunk upwards' .with ; warm hands, making firm pressure energetically replacing; the wet clothes-by such other covering tic,, as can be procured . - -,.,v . i . The y. 1". Times says that a number ot clergymen. and others have petitioned the Connecticut Legislature to adopt some .more ..striogt nt l.iws to prevent eli vorces. ; '"They , base their application vn the .doctrine, that : "marriage is a divine institution, . and ,; that : its . laws and,, the laws. of divorce are 'Ordaineel of.God and are , no v left to; human j regulation." ;,If this is sp , in tire absolute- seiisp; assumed, why should civil laws . have anything whatever to do with either marriage or divorce?'' Why should riot both' be J eft. absolutely' -and whblly'td th'e' regulation' of those who' administer 'arid enforce the laws 'of God? 3Idrcover;fthoughih the ory -'marriage7 may '"be '"oidained'l'of God," in practice it certainly Very of ten is not. Marriages that aie lolCed under threats' of prosecution for breach of -promise, or in obedience'to the com mand of parents, oiJ'f0r half the' reasons which ' usually bring them about, arc these all ordaineel of God r ' -The theo ry 'of these Connecticut diviriCs1 cahnot be carried put, without 'involving "absur dities aud mischiefs without 'nn'mber.' : '' Theie was: a funny contrbvci'sy .in the aritislavery meeting in. New' York!, Wed nesday evening. : Parker Pillsbury had been-abushig Senator Wilson and declar ing him "two fold more the child of hell" since his conversion to the edmrch, wheii Stephen s. Foster, of Worcester, varied the eliversion bj'.introelucing a rcsolntibn in invor ct woman suttrage. 1 H endell Phillips, the President declared the reso lution out ; of order. Foster1 appealed f rom ; the decisio-?, arid told . Ppillips- he was nsing too much' authority, 'and jf the Convention did .not pass His "resoln tion 'he could riot :'stand upon' this "plat form. "Mrs. Foster, wife of Stephen ;S., rose and shook her nmbrella -at hinttook Sir. Phillip's part," belaboring her worser half soundly, not with her umbrella but with her forcible words. "Wendell and Abby wrc too much for Stepheri;' aud the Convention voted him arid his resolu tion down. There would probably have been a ; "secession and a new anti-slavery Society under Foster, had riot "Miss Anna Dickinson come to the rescue and poured oil on the troubled waters in the shape a : resolution saying . that : the; Society ought not to elissoive finally till feriiale suffrage is established. " ' ' '":'-; . HOW DlF FEREJST NATIONS EAT.--The Maldavian Islanders eat aloiiej ''They're tire into the imosthinder parts of their houses arid then draw down the -' cloths that serve as blinds to their windows, that they may eat unobserved; '; On the contrary, the islanders of the Phillippines are remarkably sociable. Whenever one of them finds himself without a compan ion to partake of his meal, he runs till he meet with one ; and however keen his aj petite may be, he ventures not to satisfy it. without. a. 'guest. The. tables of.Jhe rich Chinese shine with a beautiful var nih aud covered with silk, carpets, very elegantly worked.. They dp, not make use? of . plates, knives and forks j (j;ery guest has two little ivory orrebony. sticks which lie .handles .very adpritly. ,t.A Kamsehatkan, kneels, before lus guest, cuts an , enoumous . slice from -a S!,M-calf and crams it entire into the rrtouth of tie friend, furiously crying out", "Ta pa!'"- ("There !'') and cutting away what hangs about his, ips,;isnatches and. devours. it with avidity; 1 y.:,) '.u-.' : The Peaxut.- The Peanut (called also the Groundmit fmm its 'growing; ; unde r ground,) is cultivated in, Georgiat AJa bama, North Carolina, etc. . lt is plant ed in ridges about three lect apart,: and the vina stands about a foot in perpen dicular height. , The stem shoots out in all directions from it from about fifteen inches abound.. These runners have joints about an inch and a half ; a part, and; fat each joint a' strong root' strikes ddwn in to the ground about 'two inches deep ; at, the end of this root the pea ' pod is formed 'ami eomes 7fo mafuhlyr" Some farmers ; cover 'these lateral' virieJr) Avifli earth',' while -others' leave them Tjaro 'all the time'. ; It is hot agreed1 which is the better mode, ' When ripe, one bunch of vines will have one or two quarts of peas in the hull. One acre will . prpdcq toui thirty to fifty bushels, " - -vn Odds and Ends. The ilea tli'of a'printer is thus describ ed in an J English '" paper : Geo. Wood cock, theat:iliiifjrfes8iaaMthe type of honesty, the. pf. altand although the "3"of death has put a , v .to. his r exiateactt, every . of his life 'was; 'thotiffa i on like : plenty of niw things vdonH ou'Johnriv? IIow"manv ' ieatp 3id vnri ave at the:castrv(onks ' -rtPTHtiv VFive ;'.nrst .a sponge . cake, . then ;an al- mona cake, then & . current,, cake, then a sweet cake and then;tclma-cake., 0 A well kniowrj lawyer in Boston had a horse that al ways stopped arid refused to cross a toill-dam-bridgeleadiDg out the cityi . Nor whipping,'- nourgbg, . wenld carrybioi over, , without. stopphrg.;, -; So he advertised him fTo he told for no other riazan thim the ownertcants to go cut of tcncn.n - ' ' -;:: r ;; A celebrated pork' contraetor for the Federal army presented Liroself a short time back at a sculptorjs"atelier at Rome, and stated his intention of sending a elurablejrojeitQf native plaee ju Ameriea "W ith an am iable'candbr " he -ex'planed 'to -the r artist that he" had begun life' as a- pobr" boy selling matches, and-'by- lucky specnla t ion 5 hint nls T'reerir gigantic - greatness. Now,:"e tdntiimed,;"Iv-e 'seen a rauui ment in this city as suit$" niy"views to a nicety. TA" kinrl f;of fohim-V' with1' littlo figgejlsminninrip all roupd it,randa chap at the top." "Trajau's:Column " snggests the ai:test.rP"i:ai?S:.it .may be-; auJl wish you4.fp sculpige jestisjcanpther, jwor-kh- put ;-,thg -whol,' Jniy,Liogi48i..bgiif ninor.aL the bottom-xwith a, bovji Wlliii' Lm'at.cs, ami tleiikej on wjuidiiigiti up nuiienus wun me in a,u..esj: atutopu WHttlhh or'; t.i, A nrouA-rn PhUosfipheirhas apprcriaqd fiaa'a full extreme as follows : " ' Seven years in childhootTs fiport t play.' h Seven yearui'sch.bplfirpm day to. day. 14 N oeyen years ai airaoe or college me. i Seven years to find'a' jAacaand 'wife."28 Seven years to. pleasure's follies given. 3o Seven years '"to lhisrrie'ss"-hatdly drivcn42 Seven years for sbmei a wild goose cha,e.'49 Seven years f6r"w"ealth',a bootless race.' 56 Seven -caTS for hodnlinforfypur heif."63 Se ven years in weakness spent & care70 Tlren'dib arid'goybu Aott?(rkriclw wheTc"! ao-'n f-. v; ;'-''" ; ; -!! Wh"Jei England; is already ru?ovid oh with' .th'd'Snyder' fifle, Prussfa1 with the neeaie gun, ana r ranee wnn ine uiiasse potr rifl?, Austria is armiiig " i ts trbops k's pte: sfhiction,' rwill -firetwentyi-btind'a min ute, and will penetrate a 'five-inch' deal board at -1,200 'yards.' It is:YeryIlight, cost' only. iibotit $10 iH onr"'mcmeyJ and Ikis h'-Temal-kable capability; for 'roirgh usage.'. The barrel- and baokpitce) being of One pieco: of steel ind supported by a long, stoekv there; is nothing't(J breakir Herr.Werndlt who haareflised all foreign' contracts, asks nothing for hia patentrbat offers- to inake.200,000 rifles 3 year.,.. i .iThe- Milwaukee JSeritiriel publishes tlife follouirrg; extract - from a, Democratic pa per in the western -part of Wisconsin . !. , ; Glory fto God intha Highest h In spite of Rump tyranny Abolition malico Jolji foa, timidity, anel the. fanatical Jijod bigot edr.JeflI. Davis once more breathes the air of freedom (that is to say, as free as it can be., in- a. -Rump ,desppt,isu,") and walks among Jii fellows, "the noblest Roman of them all.';. Long lifeand happy years to the brat est. man. of pur "ountry and 'l Some 1 forty years ago, there resided,in one 01 uie eastern towns 01 errupu6a old Scotchman, .notorious, fortlruaf inrelif giop, but ijspef ially:1fpr disregard of the truth. Being taken dangerously -LUrii hisalirm hje.sen.tforth with .tor. the . niinis t.er? who, was. alsp a .Scbtch'riiarj ood wnp knevv' .the old n)an w'ellJ, ,As sobn 7a's'. he ,saw 'the sTckl manheaccbitcd. kira-with, " Weel, ilr.'3rcD.' ye'rw ypry sick'.jbut ilt ye think that If the Lord should spare you at this tim,e, ywouU. afterward tell, the truth, ?.' .'Ayer parspa G.'iaxI thabld 'maii, 4 more' too.j iU:i r :' . ii i; ':;r.i TheJllowing cluiracteristio aneedpte of this same old Scotch divine, is related ln-.Yermont to this day. , On la certain Sabbath, ATf.jCj, had:. reached about the midd le of his sermon !,"when there T arose soni.e stir in the congregation, occasion ed by tlie a r val of a, gomewhit noted gemieman.ana nis wue, who resiueu suiue twelve niiles away hi a neighboring town and who, owing to the bad state of the road; were t h us Jate to the Kirk, The old gentleman paused until' all was stil?, and then instead pf proceeding with his sermon, reriiarked,' "E'en as Drl" A.' has com, w ell lust turn back ; and begin a gain." Ai d sure ' enough he did com mence at the beg'n ling, and the congre gation were oblrjo l'to listen, with what grace they migh, to a repetition of the first halfof the -discourse; 1 Sermons in those days were some more tkan fifteen or 'even thirty minutes in lengih,-and this thereforei' detained 'them : so alate, that night had 'set in before'-Dr.; A., and his . wife could reach home. -.!.. -V;--:i . : : j-j rapidly asf possible 'With anew breech loader, the iri'v'critidri,bf ascertain Herr WerntlL '! It "fs;Tsiid 'to "be sTmpIeiri eon- ' .j.tc.f : : Tj ir ;i-'K0 '.1 .: Flooring a Fop. It docs now. and then happen that scoffers who seek amuse ment Vy poking sly fiin 'at...the .members of the InstitutepflFrance, .cbm&pff,sec ohdl '.beAt .inhe.encouuter,,, AnJoaiJce of this fact, ; occurred ,tl)e.o . .jit, a, soyaJ reuniwinthe" aristocratic "an bo'u rgl at', w hich' a.m ixed com pan y were present.arid'amopg""the rest'a well known .wt'anf. ''.Thinking, to expose the old gen tleman to ridicule, without, in the least compromising himself, an impudent cPx como approached the academician," with an air of pretended respect, and' in the hearing of several lacKes-andVentlcmen, to propound a gramatical qiitry!i';'wOri, certafnly," said the bid gentleman,' good humored!)"; HI will do my best to satisfy your cairibshyA' fheff,' sir,-returned the fop,' would 'pieaise to tell me which of the tw0 Expressions is the most elegant, 'Cive'me some water; or bring me some water ?'.; ;'.'WhyVret.urhel the academi cian, with, ant imperceptible twinkle ;n the eye "I shonld sayy that in your case, a hiore ' appropriate phrase than.cithe? .wqi.uvh,, 'W&'$tt?l 1 ;Tho" qV'Stlouol s curiosity ww gatwljcd, 1 1