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W 3MLY rm MJEGRAPII By JAME IU31SD. VOLUME XXII-NO, 8. Independent in all thingH, ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1871. in .Advance WHOLE NUMBER 110 rKitn op KtimoHiPTiom Two Dollar per innnnsxvU ssrWUjr la atlrvsjios, ADVF.nTISINCJ nATKSl Twslra lines or Ions of Nonpareil msks a annaro, One square 1 wsnk,( 75 Ona aqnsre wka.. 1 tM 3na square g mos.. SIM) Onoqnrtmoi,, sot) Ona niisrs I ri-ar.. 8 on i wo sn.iiros s mos.a a m - wosqimrr-s a moi, him, Twosqnsrns I year, 11 00 Fotirsqiisros I yinr 1ft 00 Half couvmii I year, IVV 00 , H'tslnnssftrSs not omr llTcltnra ajir ynr, 1 oa vmiiiiai'v Mniiri. ant or grninml lnuirt Imifmln Local Notices Ton Cent a Una fur each inwtian. tan iMtTVrirxet Of avary description attcnrlerl to on rail, sad iaa la tha miMt tastenu manner, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. physicians. n. n. vy soiijiik, in. ., a tc. v. van HJtX, HI. O., llomrsopnthic lhjrilrlsii sort Burgeons. Office same aa furmerlv No. 1. Main Htre.t Aslitsbnls, Ohio. CMttoe houra from T lo. A. M .lto t P. M., and evening. H. B. Van HnnaaK, Park Street, nearly opposite the KaiMinimi i.nnrcn. B. V. Vaw Norua. ftrsl (tool souls, of . on jssia Direet tne nnepsrd nouso. lUoo DR. K. L. KIiG, l'hralclao anil Bnrgeon. office ovnr nennry . ivin a store, residence near Bt.reter's Church, Asnlahttla.. O 1013 BR. KAiriFSI. wonM Inform hn frlenda. and the Sab ic Rcanrally that ha mar be fnnnd at hla place of mines, Haskell Block, Main Street, ready toattend io an professional cans, urn re lura, from IX lo I T t. Anninmiil u. nar II, iwin. iusji ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS. J. II. nilODliS, Attorney and Counsellor at U, 1 Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio. PS HKHIIilN. HI1IKOWA tc HALL. Attor- nejrs sml IMumelors at I. aw-, Aslttsluiln, Ohio, will praotloaln theOonrte of Ashtabula, Lake and (leauga. Aiaaan o. auBttaif, . a. iwmimiws, tinonom Hall. K4S O. O. HOrHWIilfcAHranerM Law. Ktniwvilie, Ohio. 0. D. and H. J. Uockwkll. General Insurance Agency, Klngsvllle, O. Loseea adjusted and prompt. ly paia. linn. RDW.IRD II. FITCH Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Notary Biililtc, Ashtabnla. Ohio. Special at tention aWer, 0 the SoWlement. of Estates. snd to Con verancliig and tiHertlng. Also to all matters arising Under the itankrnpt Law. iimi WADE tc WATKINS-Attornoys at Law, JefTer aon, Ohio. Office In the Court Ilonse, for the present. . S. Wini. 1048 A. B. Watkims. WKMIY FASSKTT. Agent Homo Insnranee Com paaj, qf New York (Capital, ,(Win,00()). and of Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, of Hartford, Ct. Alin. " attanda to writing of Deeds, Will. Ac. 1048 I. M. COOK, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Notary Public, also Ileal Estate Aent, Main street, over Morrison A Tlckiior'a tore. Al'tabula, O. 04(1 niUllR BOOTH, Attorney and Counsellor nt Law, Ashtabula. Ohio. 1(113 HOTELS. FISK HOfTSK, Aslilnlmla, Ohio, A. Field, Propri etor. An Omuibue running to and from every train of eara. Alo, Rood llTory-alahle k-apt lit connection with thla cruse, to convey passengers to any point. 1043 AsHTABIILA HOUSE IIknby Fmi.n, Proprie tor Main Street, Ashtabula, Ohio. Lare Public Hall, (rood Livery, and Omnibus to and from the depot. 1043 T If O. UPSON'S HOTEL J. O. Tuosirooa, Proprl tor, Jefferson, Ohio. 1UI8 MERCHANTS, GROROEIIAIiLt Dealer in Piano-Fortes, and Me loileoiiK, Piano tooia. Covers, Instruction Book. to. Depot a Public Bqnaro, Cleveland, Ohio. 104 T v . -u a, nRi.iI.II. Dualera In Fancy and attkiilti Dry Qooda, Family Orocorles, Crockery, Soiilh I Brora, uiarcnoon uiock, Asnianuia, vmu. S niTIIA niLKBV, Dealerain Dry-Oood, Oro corles, Crockery and Glasa-Ware, oppoaite Clarendon Block, Main street, Aahtabllla, OlilO; 1048 . HEDIIBAD. Dealer In Flour, Pork, nam, Lard, and all kinds of Fih. Also, all Winds of Family Oro corles, Fruita and Confectionery, Ala and Domestic Winn. 1048 J. I. ROBERTSON. Dealer in every description bf limits. Shoes, Hal and Cap. AIbo, on hand a stoek of Choice Family Grocdritia, Jluip street, corner of Cen tre, Ashtabula, O. Wifl D. W. HASKELL, Corner Spring and Main atroeta, Aahtabllla, Ohio, Dealers iu Dry-Oooda, Ol'o ceriea, Crockery, &c, &c. ' Ij58 P. W, n.ASKELL. WELLS 6t BOOTH. Wholoaalo and Hetnll Denier In Wuatern Reserve Butter and Cheese, Dried Fruit, Flour, and Groceries. Order rapctfi!lly Hollclted, and ailed at theloweat cash coat. Ashtnl.ulij. Qlio.l()43 H. L. !TIORKISON,Dealera in Dry-Cnods. Grocer ies, Boots, Shoe, Hata, apa. Hardware, Crockery, Books, Paint. Oils. Ac, Ashfcibula, O. HOP DRUGGISTS. 91 AR TIN NEWBERRY, Drurarlat. and Apotlie tary. atid'euural deilcc in Drills, Medicines, Wine and Liquor for Medical purpose. Fancy aqd Toilet Good, Main Street, corner of Centre, Ashtubnla. CHARLES E. SWIFT Ashtabula, Ohio, Dealer In Drugs and Medicine, Groceries, Pcrfumerv and Vancy Articles, auperior Teas, Cnlfee, Bpicea, F'lavor ini'Bxtiactn, Pateut Medlcinea of every deacription. Paint. Uyea, Viilho8 Brushes, Fancy Bnais, linir Itestoratlves, Hair Oils, Ac. all of which ill he auld at the lowoat price. Prescription prepared with suit able care. W5 IIENOIIY ti KINO, Main streets, Ahtabula, "Ohio, Dealer in DniK, Medicines, Cliuiiiical. Paints, Oil, Varnishes, llniho,I)ye Stud's, &c. Choice Family Groeerics. iiicindiii!; Teas. ColVees, ,te., Paleut Medicines. Pure Wine and Liquor for Medicinal pnr.- foaes. Plivsiclau'sprencriptlona carefully and proinpl y attended to. 1043 liEOitUK WILL ARB. Dealer In Dry-Goods, Gro erlua. Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes, Crockery, Glas-Vare. Also, Wholesale and Uetall Dealer In Hardware, Sad dlery, Nulls, Iron, Steel, DruV's, Medicines, Patut;, Oils, Dyeatultfl, Ac, tjlft ).Hj,l, Ai"111' ' HARNESS MAKER. W. H. WILjltUNf Saddler and Hofnps!! Ma ker, oppoaite Flak Block, Main street, AantoliuUi, Ohio, taaa on hand, and make to order, In the beet manner, jvertthlnn In hla line. 9 91 C. FORD, Manufuctnrera and Dealers In Sad dle, Harness, Bridle. Collars, Trunks, Wbips, Ac., oppoiite Flak House, Ashtabula. t)l(Q. 1015 MAN UFACTURERS. SBYKIOUB, OIDOINGS tc CO., Manufacturers of Door'. Baitti' Blii. U, Bevel Sidlna, VlQOriiift,1'enc: Vag, Mbldihaa.fcototl Work; Tarnlnj;, 4c. Also, Job, bars and Builders, Dealeis in Lumbar. Lath and Shln- f lea, at tha Planing Mill, corner of Main street and Inlou alley. Ashtabula, Ohio. WM. BEYAlOUK. a. c. oiddtncs, Q. A. TRBADWELL. ldi-tr A . D. 8TRQNO, Mannlacturerand Jobber In Herma. tlcslly Sealed UoWts, Jelly, Clikr, and Cider Vlnejfer. Ashtabula, Ohio, Nov. 10, itm. ' " ' Ijii". O. IKILB Ac BHO., Manufacturer and Dsalera In all kind of Leather In general deinaud in this narkct. Highest cah price paid for Hide and Skins. Q.O.CIILLB Y, Manufacturer of Lath, Sidlne. Mould lug. (Jfieexj Boxes, Ae. l'lantui;, MatchiiiL'.auQScrnwl Ba wing, doqrf on the shortet notice. Shop on Main atrseu opposUs tjjf Uopur Park, Ashtabula. Ohio. 440 V. W. iniTII, Manufacturer and Dealer in all the DlrTerant kinds of Leather iu deinaud In thla market, Snd Shoamaker'a Finding. Ho la also euatred in the manufacture of Harneases, of the light sud tasteful, aa wall aa tha mure eubatautlai kinds, opposite Phoenix foundry, AtlituJt, 8TQ HARDWARE, Ac. JBKORfaE C. HVBBABD. Dealer In Hardware, Iron, Btea. and NaU, Stovea, Tin Plate, Bhflet Ifun, Cotiper and Xlnc, and Manufacturer of Thi, Sheet Iron ana Copper Ware, Fisk s Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. 470 CROSBY WETHER WAX, dealers In Btnves .'11 a wars, Hollow Ware, shelf Uai-dwaro, Glaaa Ware.' iamps ana Ijainii- rrimmings, fetroieum, Ac, Ac.i opposite the i ritxao louse AshjAJal. Ml CABINET WARE. IOHX OICKO, Msnnfaeturer of, and Dealer In Farnltureof the best descriptions, and eveiv vtriety. Also (teneral Undoruker. and Manufaet'.irer of Pitftln to order. Main street, North ol South Public Square, shtbula. 4II1 DENTISTS. rrP, B.HALL, DenUat, Ashubula, 0. Ofnca tax). VO.-ITTP at i l Dr. VauNormrn'a. si w ti. W, NrLSON. Uantiat, AshUbtfJa, Ohio. "rriTrff Office IrfPlk' Block. b JEWELERS. G. W. DICKINSON, Jeweler. Repairing of a!) kiads of Wal. lies, Clock, and Jewelry. Shop, Claren don Block, Ashtabnla. Olilo. f. . ABBOTT. Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewel- ry, ate. fejuirravtnir. Mending and Repaltlng done to order. duup on mam srrat. vooneaui. unio. 838 JAMES 1TKHOINI oeks. Jewelry, Hilvvr m 9, ucmnr iu Watches, Ao. K- nd Plaled Wan pairio? of ail kinds doue well, and all orders uromptly II, t ftUudedsu. Maiuis'Ueat.AfbtabulaO. lilog CLOTIIIEUS. iTtkltm. Uinr aian ftam' KSiria4),l i,t- A -I. s .. I. i . . . , .... .-. ,,IW,,H intiniv, rilvruiiB, KJ. nm AiyilOON & WAITE, Wholesale and Kstall Dealer In Heady Made Clothing, Kurnlihlnir Ooml. lrats, Cap, Ac. AliUhula. no FOUNDRIES, ipnoiin, KTIIOMI A- KPKIIIIV, Mnnnfac-L,!J"."r'J?rf;v"-' ,.'l"w" Cnliirrur, WiiidowCaos snd Sill. Mill Casting, Kettles, sinks, Sluieh Shoe. Ac. Phn-nlx Fouu,drv, AslHabula, tai, 1001 rHOTOGRAPIIERS. fill! It, W. IILAKESI.KE, rtogrDher an I di aler In l'lclllres, l.tiLTavines. chrrinios. At harln( a lare supply rf Mouldlnif of various descriptions. Is prepared to frame any IhlnR In the piriuie line, at abort notice and In the best style. Second floor of the HaH skiuu, fcitk dwMI Svu,th of Bunk Ma nn street, lout MISCELLANEOUS. EJI4HJ Y H E, Propamtor and Dealer in Oraps Vlnea, Green-Iiouse Beddllitr atd Vejrritabl.c Plants. Peron about to plant Vineyard, will hud It to Ihalr advantatrc to consult me on the selection of elta for Vlnovarda, Soils, Kindt of Ornpen, best mode and tlmo of I'lnntlutf. Kxamlue sample of Urnwlus; Vine, and ormpn,re prlcea. AKabila, Ohio. Thomnson Onarrv. c HIS Quarry, situated ttt Thompson Geiura County, la tae nearest and most convenient for ncctiisunanr Aflntanniw ana vicinity, or any other, and the quality of It tone la auiierior for llrmusof texVara and durability. Stone cut to any diweurlon, and for any purpose, dressed lathe most workmanlikcmanner and at short notice. Order sollcltated, for FIsifelnjr jtepa, Well-Stone, tTndnendnnlnp. Window atidDno Capa and Sill. Coplnp s nrf wnler Tnhles. When the travellncl eood. tiartle mar do theirown hnnilneat censldernhlcaavinw. B. KDUEUTON. l nompton. uec. no. lHar. 4fl DISSOLUTION OP CO-PARTNERSHIP. Y Mutual Consent, we nnve this flay dlasolvrd narlnershlp. All person Indebted tothetlrm 01 iiemiry a, King will please call at once and settle Thirty day after dato all accounts HUac.ltcd will be left wltb a Justice of the Peace for collect lou. H. A. HENDUY. by it. A. Hondry, who will tp rea,dy at all timea to wait N. B i II. A Aaniannia, nn. in, lrrti. k. l.. Kl.o. , h,,.tn... ...in k j ...i , upon you, BKincitinK a anaru ur vour. patronage, I I ti U..nM,tA,li. tfW ' 11. A. liENnBY, - WANTED) A SITUATION, "with a reliable work- nin.ii to learn the Blncksmlth's trade, Some town sdlol ulni; Ashtabula prelcred. Address L. WAIT, Bill iSH, Aeiituuiila, LAKE SHORE & M. S. RAIL-ROAD. ERIE DIVISION—TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4,1870. Sneclal ISE"" s CiltgoEx.i Toledo Ex. 16 at .-s ciet- - u. "COO PaolncEx. sS S ss's 5 a a u . St. Ht. Ex. li'V CO t 9 Con. Aoc, o t Cqi, Accm. .wioieioiniQieietoettt-r- Spoclnl IJS N. Y. Ex.li; 2 1 Atlantic ExiS1 R Day Egress X 3 H J Cln Express' " s l la,"" Trains do not atop at stations where tha time la omlttpd in me auove uiuiq. CHARLES. F. HATCH, sjcneral a'up't, Cleveland 3 r k. (S fi U -iXOg nt ERIE RAILWAY. 1400 Ifliles nuder 800 Illllca ulthant one lUatuaicement Clianse of Coaches. BROAD GAUGE, DOUBLETRACK-ROUTE TO NEW YORK BOSTON ALBANY PRINCIPAL NEW YORK BOSTON ALBANY PRINCIPAL POINTS IN NEW YORK AND NEW YORK AND THE OIL REGIONS OF PENN. 'Rail Way' Extends from Rooheater to New York 883 Miles. Bnlftilo to New York 423 Miles. Dunkirk to New York 4(i0 Jlilcs. Cjevehmtl to New York GSV'Mileg. CiueitiniUi .to New Y'ork 800 Miles. and Is from 22 to 2T rullijs the shortest route. All Train run directly tlirmiah to Ipw York, 860 n)iles, w illiout change of Coaches. From and after Irrr'r fills. IS TO. train will luave iu counectlon with all WcBteru lines, ae follows: New Vortl Iy Express, leavca Cleveland from Aiiaiuic auu ureal n esieru iiepoi, ny t i umi)us.onio time daily Satuadays excepted at u 40 if.- Bitfa lo rrqm Depot cor. Kxchamre and Michigan streets byNew York time daily Sundvs Except cd at T a. H. Ariivea at llornellsvlllu ISO a. h Susquehan na It 80 1', M.-riliue ruriilier'e 7 4' P. St. U)J)er A arrives in New York 1) an r. u. Connects at lling ltnniton for Coopej sipwn, Albiiny, aud, the celebra ted Summer resort. Sharon SpVlii'-'. and with Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western ltjiroad, find at Jcr eey City with Miduiflit Exursss Train of New Jer sey Railroad for Philadelphia. Sleenlns Coaches are attached to this train at Cleve land, nuitiiug through to llornellsvlllu (Breakfast) ; and new and Improvod drawing Room Coachea are attached at Buffalo running through 'to Kcly York. Express RIall. loaves Dunkirk from Union Depot ana Diinaio, via Avon ami via lioriienaviiio, daily, (Sundaya excepted,) at 1.D0 A. M., arriving in New York at 7.00 4. . Llslitnlna; Kzpreaa, (Dally), leaves Cincinnati . 40 r. vi. ; arrives at W W Balem at .tm A. M., (Breakfast): leaves Clevelknd T.5 A. M. : Loav Ittsburg S10 A. M. (Breakfast ) ; Meudvllle ll.lio A. M. (Dine); Dunkirk l.SS P. M., Buffalo .4S P. M. Arrlveaat Hornellsville o 00 p: M. (supper). Albsny 8.40a. a.and-arrivcsln N.York T.OO a. a. Connect at Elmira with Northern Cen tral Railway for Wllliamsport, Harrlaburg the South, at Jersey City with Momini' Express Train of New Jersey Itnirroadfrtr Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington. at N'. York with mornltigUinlni for Beaton and all the New England cities. Sleeolna Coachus are attached to this train T.Avltta. burg and at Bud'alo, rnunlng thraugh to New York with out chanKts. Bleeplnif Coaches are also atUched at Hpinellsvllle, running through without change, ta Albany. ' ' Kllit Express, dally, (Sundaya excepted) : leaves bnttalo at 4.46 p. a., arrives at Turner s at V.M A? a (Bteakfat), New York at' 13, a. Connects at Now iorK witn steamers ana arternoon trains for Boston and New England cities, '" Cincinnati Kxpress, daUy. (Sundays except ed!. Leaves oinciuuaii at 7.00 A. M. ; arrlvea at West Balem at .n0 P. M ; (Dine); Leaves Clevelaud at S.S5 P. M., Meadvllle e.00 P. M.. (Supper) : Dunkirk H.80 P.'al.V Bufl'ilo 11 55 B. v Stops at Susquehapna 8.10a. a.. (TlKf.t.1; Turnef" 1.H6P. a.,(Diuuer), 4ud srrtves in New York at 8.66 P, a. Conpacts at Eltnlra for Wllllamaport, Harris burs; and tha South at Oweiro for Ithaca ; at Binir bampton for Ceoperstown, Albany and the celebra ted summer resort, Sharon Springs: atUreycourt for Mewburgh snd WarwicJt and at New York with evening trains and auidiar fpr Bpiton and New England citlea. ' ' eieeplng Coaches art attached to tbia train at BuOalo rannlpg through to Susquehanna, and at Ltavltuburg. runnlug through to New ierk. Only Ono Train East on Siinda7. leavlneCInc nnatl at B.4u A. M Cleveland at 7. 'in A. M - Buflalatf 4. p. m and Dunkirk: i.ai a., reaching New York ct 7.00 A. a. Boston and New England Passenger, with thpir Bag gags, are tranafsrredres qfcharyt In New York. The best ventilated and most liixurlonssleeplngeoaeh situa WUMfD, accompany all night trains on tail railway. iWThe Erie Railway Company haa opened g new Furry from their Jersey City liepot to tha foot af OCi St., New York, ttaHs ensbliug passengers to reach tha upper portiou of theeity without the expense and aa noyance of a strust oar or emulbne transfer, tW-The arnery along tha entire route af the Brls Railway laof the most plolerosqueand Uaoliful charac ter. Admirers of Nature's beaullea, luadayiivht lournev over this Line, 1U Ind in hs ever changing lauistaiw subject of continual Sdwii-,jiou and luUreat, ' r baggage Checked Through-and Fan always as low as by iaj otherroute. ... , ask. lor 1 lCKeu Vl Hfie Railway, Wh,caean -. I PHnc'l-l. Tick. Oflle,, L. if, SucKsm Van. tutif Wa. J.,. ftt.Agt SELECT POETRY. Poetical Maxims. Ilnppjr wne tncnjf )tf Vt underalow U.ie is BcaaJcly bul rn doing good. Faitntain. But Bfllnn now U wlarr thsn f yort, And tempts liy making rich, not iimkiiirr poor. Vopt. Mankind1 one day aorru and fre appear i The next Utiy they're cloudy.stillcn and aeTcre. There Is a lust in nan no charm enn tump, Ol' loudly publibhing hi ncili.bor'i slntme. tnrofy. n eagle's wing Immorlnl scandals fly, yiiilc virtuous actioxu are but born and die. llartey. he good yourself, nor think aaftlWs tba.rre Can rniav your merit, nor adorn your fame. Lord LyttUton. Many a wtrd at random spoken, May soitlie or wound the heart (lint's broken. -Ha.it. Count all the advantages prosperous vice attains, 'Tis but what virtue tiea (roan-disdains. Grant the bad, what happiness they would, One they roust wnntwMcIt t pass for itood. -iV. Riches, like Insects, while concealed they lie, Wait but for wings, and In their seasons fly. -id. He that holds more wine llian others can, I rather count a hogshead than a man. It Is a wretched thing to trust to roeds, Which all men do that trust in theirown deeds. Johnmn, lie that to ancient wreaths can bring no more From his own worth, iesbankrnnt on thescore. John C'Uteland. Be Mill, sad heart, and cense repining j Behind the cloud the bud still stilling. zLonifellvu). Heareri has no race like loye to hatred turned, And he(i no fury like a woman scorned. -Uongreze Angel of the Household. Jler name shines, not in bnnnered field, Where Kight and Wrong so boldly war; Nor rings her voice in any cause Which men and women battle for ; Yet In her presence, subtle, sweet, Ytu loug to kneel nud kiss her foot. No wondrous romance wreaths her life ; Nor hath she led a marlvr train : Nor beautiful nor rich is she. But pour, and g'oiu3 would caliber plain; Vet in her twt dear- eyes you see A beauty shining constantly. No silken robe enfolds her form ; Nor dninty leisure buth her bands ; Her Jewels ro a simplo ring j A ribbon binds bee bull's smooth bauds j Yet in her gnrincnt's simple grace JJer soul's regality you trace. No gift has she to shake and thrill A thankless world with warbled songs j And art that wakes the ivory keys f o other bands than hers belongs ; Yet In her words of tender cheer A richer music charms the ear. She walks In bumble ways of life That lead oflimes thro gloom and shade ; Ana cares ana crosses not a tew, Are on her patient shoulders laid : . Yet smiles and drinks each bitter cup, .ami Keeps ner urave eyes lilleu up. And homely ways slio wreaths witli grace, Harsh duty turns to loving zest ; And cheery hope nnd steadfast will Are at her side in work and rest ; Yet never dreams she you can spy The anael lookinar from her eye 1 Selected for the TELEGRAPH. The Inexplicable. Where did you come from, baby, dear f Out Of the everywhere into bore. Where did ypti get y,ur eyes so. bluo J Out of the sky as I came through. Where did you get that little tear t I found it waiting when I got here. What makes yqtir forehead so smooth A Inch : a rv , rlj..,,u.i ri .. t t- o 0 A BUI, IIHUU BL1UM.CII fc H 1 UtlUlO ly. What makes your check like a while warm rose? saw somcthiug butter than any one knows. Whence that tbpee-corner'd smile af bliss T Three angels gave me, at once, a kiss. Where did you get this pearly ear t God spake and it came out to bear. Where did you get lltcge amis and hands f Love made itselt luto books and bands. Feet, w lion co did you come, you darling th jngsf rroin uiu sume uox as me ciicruo g wiugg. How did they all just come to be yu t t-ioq tnougnt nuuut me, ana so l grew. But how did you come to vi, you dear ? uoa tuougui auoutyu, ana so I am here. For the Admonition. My Dear Adolphvt .Another thing ! You will notice it makes a vast difl'erence whplJjer people are dressed in blouse or broadcloth, silk er calico, when those two extremes meet in sopiely or on the street. If you doubt it, just find yourself qn tljo stf-eef same day, dressed In your poorest gatb, and chance to meet some of your intimate friends am ac quaintances pf he !'ton," who wquld recog nize yeu if suitably dressed, and you will see the manifestations of a disease peculiarly aris tocratic, and, unjke all other diseases, it Is perfectly subject to the will flfflje pesjessor. t i; nrjt clfronk ; it is intermittent. It mani fests itself in various ways some times by a kind of near-tiyhtediietitnme times by a sud den mental and visual opthaltuia or a "coeoe- thet tidendC in ai ottur direction. And it it cured as readily a; U is contracted ; not however, on the Uemeopatblo principle "Similiti,$iviUibu$ suranter"hul the very ap posite All thus afflicted are worthy objects of public contmiseration. Theru is certainly reason to fear there is a very serious lack of proper furniture in their upper ttory I Money frequently makes people selfish, proud and vain-. fond of ostentatious display. Many of the wealthy bestow" gift fot thd nor toriety or me ining lor the sake of being known as liberal minded. They love to lot the left hand know what the right baud deetli and all people besides. But their deeds of private charity, are ljke angels' visits. I fiaye now in mini a maq vrtiq systematically op pressed his operatives, in their wages, sq that be might the ofleuer see his name In the paper as the generous dqnator of ten, fifty or one hundred thousand dollars to some college or benetolent institution If God, under the cere menial law required the sacrifice to be witnou) tpot or blemith, will He bow, accent such vain glorious offerings, when wruug out of tars alld .ijfc, ,ni he-aehe. I Boma of these benefloent person thlqfc they are going rtUl up, to. Heaven on a golden way of their own making, B.ut In It the amount that ma'ios t)y gift ac ceptable, or is it In proportion to the aUili',y to give and whether the heart goes with It aud Iy!r ai-oJ a blessing to attend it t Remem ber Christ's lesson to the rhnh men and the poor widow casting their gifts Into the treasu ry of the Temple "Though I bestow all my good-! to feed tho poor, and though I give my body to be burned anil have, not charity au prome love to Qod I am nothing . Will such an one, who oppresses the poor and the hireling In his wages, aid a poor broth er in d!.trcif Nay, verily 1 Ho is too near ly related to that old priest and Lcvite who went by on the other side. That old sect of Parlsees is not yet all (iead On Hie contrary, it has been very prolific and almost every com Bsuntty has " few representatives (of the same tort) left." Beware of all such, for though their words may be smoother than oil, deceit Is under tUcir- tongue. Wo In the luckless wlgh,t who may fall within their power, for be will have such mercy shown htm as the hawk shows the dove ; er In the amber's, parlance be will get yt.ii well hooked, and then land you high and dry. Adversity is a trial of true friendship and sympathy. It winnows the chafT from the wheat. It is the crucble which separates the gold from tho dross. " friend in need is a friend Indeed." When families in affluent circumstances arc suddenly reduced to pover ty, bow quickly will their summer-day, sun aliine, parasitical friends forsake them I For sake them, as Tbeo. Parker said Raniel Web Sterns political fr'tcpd did, in the Itqur of great est need "scatter like swallows from a barn when summer's lightning slabs the roof." Did' you ever note the advent Into a village of two futilities, in worldly atLiirs diametrically the opposite T Hmy delegations, sometimes, from each society would call and invite the favored pnes to settings and aahome with them ! And bow the mc.mb.crs, of the other were left, per haps, "in fancy fre'( to s.euk. a. homo where inclined i While iu the same time, in all that constitutes true excellence and worth, the bit ter niny have been diamonds of the firet uater aud ll'e former ou!y California. At a social gathering, a few years ago, of ono of our city churches, a prominent member said to a friend of mine, as a wealthy but god lets young man entered the room "There is Sir. A., I wish you to pay particular attention to blin this evening, for you know he i young man of mean !" Aye! There was the secret! Hud he been a godly, but poor, ypunir man, she would never, In all probability, have made such a request, I have seen some qf tlese things, I have sometimes naked myself whuth.br wealth and influence were not the primary and piety the secondary consideration in building up some churches in numbers 1 But will it not be a foundation of bay, wood and stubble, that will not stand (he test? Were some of e-ur nodern temple visited as was that at Jerusalem, methinks man)' of these ovcr-grnsping money changers, who have mado thcin a home for their own afffruncfizemtnt, would be ejected in a similar manner. And as with people, so with priest." But only occasionally, for as a class, they are not goverened by such sordid and merpenary mo tives us are others. Blill there are a few who look at a cull to labor in a new field only through a eolilen medium they eagerly look for pastures rich and fair this tide the swelling flood. But they nre only human they have like passions and wants as other men. Some plttjmilig tq be Christ's under shepherds, man age. In their pastoral relations, to find out on ly thec( the rich ones of their flock. Or is H because they think those of that class most need a shepherd's guardisu care, lest froin the ffjlc they stray f But the great ma jority of them toil qn in the Blaster's service laboring fajtlifully and cheerfully hopefully looking forward to tho time when they shall be rewarded by tho Great Shepherd rcward- pd not with perishable silver and gold, but with a coronet bejeweled with ransomed Sou?! Although you and I may not see that bappy uuy, yet mat goo a tune will come when a sanctified wealth and a sanctified Press Bball togethei, send streams of joy and gladness overall this sin-cursed world -when no long pr shall t be said, as it has been, down llirqilgh, iie ages ;!pl)Sqns far Mass, mites for Mesiah." But in that good time coming, tie sword shall be beaten into the plowshare and the spear into tho pruning-hook, and na tions shall learn war no more. Then the weath, of tho earth shall be poured into the treasury of the Lord, and they shall' neither hurt nor distroy in all IJis holy mountain. Tako, then, that higher, nobler yiew of life and itt work ; and though you may not bo favored with wealth, and the influence it brings with it ; though bouor and popularity may not bo yours; though you may walk through the rule of poverty and obscurity, still may thy life-work contribute to the hap piness of others and the boner of Uod,' May Aur's prayer be thiue "Give mo neither poverty nor riches ; feed me with food con venient for me." 'Tllkfl Wl'tl wllBtMA. al.Mll !,. nrn Ihnii.l, had It k. 4", b sir guuu, auu .win oeroou 10 inue. VERITAS. Sister Brown Gratifies Her Curiosity. We suppose every body wl.o lives in the city lias sometimes wondered what those curiously painted images are made of, that stand by certain shop doors, with a bunch of sicrari hi one hand, while they invite the customers to enter, with the other. Soiqe of then, are as hideous as they are disgusting, and we often wonder why such leorinj;, vulgar images are used to attract customer. bister ISrown was one of the pnmest and most correct maiden ladies, but she wits very curious and prone to craiiiy her inquiring mind to the utmost, and that was why wo were all' glad whon sho met with tho following "contre temps." she was coiner home from an evening lecture rather late at night far a single lady to be upon the street, alone, when it occurred 9 ber that it would be a favorable opportunity tor hcrtoexamino the new Indian image that had been sot up on the street, and which had puzzled her a good deal. she had often asked of what it was made, but bad receive no satisfactory answer ; and bad determined, wbeo aa opportunity. id present itself, to exam ine the curious figure. Tho Ajiorttinu moment had arrivad. fritter Iiruwn looked in every direr-lion, and feeling certain sho was not observed, advanced1 towards what sho supposed to be the image standing in the shadow ot a deep recess, but unfortunately, it was a policeman. Sister Drown gave him a punch, pinch ed his arm, then gave another punch, all of which I'm policeman born sirence. Then she attempted to take his hand in feel for tho cigars, when to her horror, he returned the pressure with right good will. The astonishment ol the maiden lady can be imagined but not described, when a gruin voice cried out "Sister Brown, wlt d you want c me ?" The policeman said he had seen a good many folks travel, but lie never saw a woman measure the ground as Sister B. did when she went around the corner. She was cured of her investigating spirit, greatly to the relief of the neigh borhood where she wailed, fox the police man described her examination of his portly person iu a manner that turned the poor woman lo great, ridicule. Sister I). says when she looks at shop windows, now, that there Ut anything she hates it's Injuns and the perlice. There are more people than Sister Brown who would be benefited by well deserved ridicule, if nothing but ridicule will cure them, of their ill-titil, curiosity. The Joy of Home. A well ordered home is a paradise on earth. Xo other earthly pleasure is equal to the calm, contented itnd rational joy felt at tho family fire-side. The excite ment of even Sticcciisful business is at tended with vexation ; the enjoyment" of travel are associated with fatigue and danger ; the pursu.it of fame is distract ing, and even the pleasures of knowledge are combined with bitterness. But the happiness of the fire-side is unalloyed. Xo vexations disturb it ; never satiates or disgusts the mind ; it is pure, calm, unmixed delight. What a charming picture is presented to the admiriqg eye qf the. virtuous and philanthropic, the lover of the beautiful and good. There is the husband and the father in the prime of life, unbending his mind from the toil and pursuit of business, reading some favorite volume to the wife ot his bosom, o,r playing with tho delighted prattler on his knee. While the mother, with a countenance radiant with sniiles( plies the needle for the accommodation and wants of her household, as she listens, s,ih perhaps rocks tho cradle with her busy foot, or softly administers a gentle word of re buke when the little ones become too noisy. From such pleasure there need be no exemption. With the possession pf piety and reason, of gentleness and mutual love the !i:ippiness of a true homo may be possessed Uy every fniiiv. Mutual love will lead to mutual for bearance ; gentle kindness of manner will make toil itself delightful ; reason will fortily the mind against the natural ills of life' while "piety' will crown '.ho whole with a hallowing influence which nothing can disturb. The asperities' of a mind perplexed with daily toil will be smoothed away ; the trifling yPations to which all our lives are subjected will pass unnoticed, and be soon forgotten ; old age, instead of being a burden, will be a delight, and sickness, though it iiay cast a'shadow over the heart and hearthstone, will only prompt offices of love, and develope ve newed resources of tenderness and aTec-tiou. Republicans in Congress. A correspondent of the Brooklyn Un ion understood to be a distinguished literary geutioman from the West, now on a visit to the capitol has elicted from "a very Eagacior.a member of the JI01180 of Representatives" the following Opinions j First we havo had nq leader since old 1 had, Stevens died." Second 'Butler is a noisv man, unscrupulous, cunning, infinite in resources, of una bashed front, and as fond of notoriety as a toper is ot his cupa. t0 one can deny that he has brains just as good brains as can be find without a conscience. But ho does not lead. Third M Dawes is a strong tpan in tlo House strong by his lonaf membership aud the presti;t, of great experience, and by his industry, aim by the credit be mjoys ot being an honest roan, lie is not a great man. No one ever accused, bjm of that. But his opinion on many subjects is really of great weight with us. And yet his opin ion would be more valued if he was more "economical with it. Ho bestow; it toq lavishly. In short, he talks too niuoh. Fourth Banks has the carriage, tho dashm? presence of an uncommon man. Ho dtten hole as if he knew more than he would willingly tell. Indeed, I am sometimes reminded ot what f ox said to Lord Thurlow : 'Xo man ever was so wise as Thurlow looks ! Banks has a magnificent voitje, and on the whole he is the most brilliant orator on the fjoor. But oratory who cares for ora tory anr more Leo-islation is commit tee work ; and the fine orator is now but a carpet knight. Banks is a man whose glory is in the past. Fifth Garfield has on his side youth, splendid health, learn- tug, nigll spirit, great, power ui uijiilis lion an'd goqd habits. Garfield may feel happy whether ho looks either way, into tho past or into the future." These opin ions certainly have the benefjt; of great positiveueas and frankness 'in their ex- pressmen. Salt youb Chimxky. In building a chimney put a quantity pf salt; jnto the mortar with which the intercourses of brick are to he7aid. The efl'eot will be that there will never be any accumula tion of soot in that ohimuey. The phi losophy is thus stated: the salt jn tho portion of mortar which is exposed, ab sorbs moisture from the atmosphere ev ery damp 4T. The'soot thut becoming damp, falla'down in the fireplace. This is ad U-ngiisa discqvery. ft it usea wua success io Canada, " u a Republicans in Congress. Gems of Thought. Writo injuries iu dust, but kindness in marble. We are never so happy or so unhappy &A we Imagine, Entertain no thoughts that you, would blush at in words. A good conscience is to the soul what health is to the body. In prosperity prepare for a change, in adversity hope Cur one. A maii dn-ptK-aAOfi with the w.orl, is never satisfied with himself. He who gives to a grateful man puts his money out at compound intercut. If a man is honest and truthful there is little need of his saying much about it. Leisure is sweet to those who earn it, but burdensome to those who get it for nothing. He submits himself to be seen through a microscope who suffers himself to be caught in a pa.sioji. Employment is to a man what oil is to machinery ; it makes the wheels, of ex istence ru,n smoothly. If a man pniy takes sleep and exercise enough, he can work his brains just as hard as he wants to. Hun not after blessings ; only, walk in the commandments of God, and bless ings shall run after you. Do good to your friend, tliat h,e rany lie wholly yours, j to your eneioy that he may become your friend. Four things cannot come back ; the spoken word, the sped arrow, the past life, and the neglected opportunity. We are only competent to judge an other's conduct when we thoroughly con',p.rel;end the motives that prompted bis actions. Base all your actions upon a principle of right ; preserve your integrity of character, and in doing this, never reckon the cost. Would rott touch a nettle without be ing stung by it ? Take hold of it stout ly. Do the same to other annoyances, and few things will over a.nnoy you. Let no one count the number of his friends till they have been bolttd in the seive of his own adversity, for there is much bran in prosperous friendship. Ucaui:d Lvxatk s Tho Peoria Trar script, a prominent Republican paper of Central Illinois, is moved by the r,ccwunts of the Free Trade banquet to ask : "What in the name of all that is possi ble these fellows purpose to do, is to us wholly incomprehensible." It continues: "If they expect to establish absolute Free Trade in tl.o l'nited States within the next half century, we can only sot lliem down as uncaged lunatits. A tariff is as absolutely inevitable an.! tie: cessary in this count! y until our national debt is reduced to insignificant size, as the, presence of the sun is necessary fur the illumination of the earth. Either thai or point blank and absolute repudiation. Does any man. or can any man, for a 1110 me tit think that foreign manufactures may be allowed to come, into the United States free and nntaxed, while our own industry must bear the whole of the burdens of national taxation ? It such a man exists, ho is not two removes from an idiot." We commend the above terse summing up of the case to. the consideration pf all Ficc Trade leaders. SELECTIONS BY OUR CONTRIBUTOR. Useful Domestic Recipes. Ckeasi Cakes. The whites of three eggs, one drop of the essence of lemon, aud as much powdered sugar as will thicken it; whisk the whites to a dry fi'olh, then add ' the powdered sugar gradually till the egg is as thick as very thick baiter. Wet a sheet of white pa rer, place it on a tin, and drop the egg 3 11 l sugar on it in lumps about the size aud phape of a walnut; set them in a cool oven, and as soon as the suar is r,art)encl take them out. itr, a broad ulacled knittf take them on the paper, place the flat parts of two together, and put tiiem on a sicvo in a cool oven to dry. To polish marblo nni) glass, use Oxide ot Iiu or putty powdered, by fasten ing two or more folds ot linen tight over the flat surface of a piece of wood ; moisten the putty powder, applying it to the cqvered board, and then rub vig orously the marble or glr.ss after Cist cleaning perfectly, the surface to be pol ished, by making a paste of lime, soda and water; letting it remain a day or two, keeping it moist during the inter val. - Setti.ixg Coffee. We find the fql jpwjng a good way, not" only to settle coffee, but to prevent tho escape of the aroma. To one pound of coffee nicely browned, add, when snflieeiulTr cooled, a beaten egg ; mingle it thoroughly with the coffee, so that every kernel is coated as with a varnish; let it stand a, few minutes in a warm place until it dries. The quality of tho cott'eo is longer rer tair.ed 'by this method. " " Kemedy For Chapped- IIaxds. Dis solve a little honey' in warm water and put it in a bottle ready for use; after washing tl.e hands ana WL1I0 they are still wet. The tirst application ot the honey-water may, for a few minutes, cause pain, but it used every tune the hands are, washed, they will never chap. It) also cures irritation on the face, caus- 2 1 - . , 1 . 1 , . , - . eu uy winu auu cotu wcainur. Cuke for Chii.m.ains. Soak the feet verv nitrht in water as hot as can be I bopie; lemon juice rubbed on the inflam ed parts, is said to stop tho itching ; when tlia chilblains are broken, a bttle warm vinerar and tincture of myrrh' is an excellent thing to bathe the wound and keep it clean so is tmcture of Cau- tharides dilute in water. Ovsteb Patties. Stew fresh oysters with a few cloves, a little Race and nut- meg, tho yolk ot an egg uoueu nam ana grated, a bit of butter, and enough oys ter liquor to cover them. Let them boil minute and set them away to cool; then make some rich puff paste, and bake it in small tin patty pans ) when cool, put thn on a platter, and lay two thioo oysters in each shell of pasta, .' t - M 1 t I . J I 1 1 Bsvkf Crocjitrtis Chop, cold roast beef or veal with one onion, very fioei dJ a little sweet majoram, half lot spoonful cf powdered' cloves, and aa much salt and pepper as will bo palata-, blej moisten with, a, rjoh beef gravy, from which a'l thefnt has keen removed make into balls dip into beaten egfO roll in flour, or bread crumbs and fry iu good sweet drippings. Cusa.u I'Linyy.) .Quo quart of milk, five eggs, four tab ospoona, of, flour, one of salt; boil the milk, moisten tho flour, with told milk, add to the hot milk and boil three minutes; add tho eggs and' boil up half a cup of sugar: fbivor. and .uiu IUI.U u umii tor ma latiin ami mil before sending it to the table strew Ii 11 tit a cup of sugar over the lop, Excellent. (iiv.i.uiutBA,n, One pint of molaasos, one of cream, half t teauup of butter, half a teacup of buttermilk,' ono rounding tablespoon of salaratus thrown in ills' molasses, and let it re main ten or fteeu minutes ; one, sjiiiou of ginger or cinamon. Mix with a spoon and add sufficient flour to make, a stiff dough. "T MorxTAi.v Caki:. Hulf a pound of butter, one pound of sugar, the saino of flour; one cup of cream, five eggs, tea spoon salarutns; beat U,e eggs separate-' ly and add the whiles just before putting into the oven. 1 ' ' Po.risinxri Paste, for cleaning copper, or tin. With one ounce of rotten-stone mix an ounce cf soft so:p', then add an ounce of spirits ot hartshorn and a pint of vinegar. It should be kept iu a tight vesel. - ' To r.piovK Ink Stuns fnun cloih, apply vigorously with a sponge, vinegar." Talks With Women. BY JENNY JUNE. Much lis been said and written of late yeart, upon this subject, but very little that it at all s.tli:,f.ic!oiy, or that bears upon thote aspects !f the question most vitally interesting to wo men. The truth Is that the works of this class are, all written by men, from a sentimental rather thiin a practical point of view, and not only, betruy iinsrance of fucU, from the woman's stand-point, but the direct interest tley hare m concealing tb,un. On the other hand, to women them-, selves the subject is one 0 extreme deli cacy. Of tlio.r own bodies, their pow ers or their needs they know little or nothing ; aud so strictly i the subject tabooed by coinrn.pn consent, that lip work upon the physical wants or rela tions ot women has ever becu written by a woman, notwithstanding that it is her province that it involves questions up hn V) hich she alone is competent to ex press an opinion or form a judgment, and that the v,tlfare of the race is con cerned in the result. The root of the whole matter nndoubt: ly lies in the wicked and debasing the: ry that woman was made for wn, anoj must, therefore, accept his will, and bis interpretation of all matters in which she herself is concerned. This subverts ihe whole theory and intention qf Divfofj Providence, ujiich placed in the hands, ot men and women two forces one physical, the other moral; the former active and assertive, the latter receptive and emotional; but both neeptssary one to develop and utilize tho resources of nature, tho other to modify and con trol the tendency to arrogance and sel fishness which must always exist with the exercise of merely human powers. To accomj li.-h their proper work, however, both men and women must have free development ami right disci; pline. It men control tint moral faculty in women through the strength of their physical capacity, the Divine purpise is thwarted" and the effort rendered nuga tory ; if, on the other hand, women yield their best instincts and convictions to the demands of the coarser and more positive masculine element, they are false to the high trust reposed ill them, and must suffer the humiliating and dis astrous consequences. The knowledge of the truth concern ing their own physical life is of the high; est importance tu women, themselves. Their astonishing carelessness, ignorance and indifference has already fastened up; on us a race of miserable purpqsejessj i ubeeile creatures, powerless for good, but plastic tools in the h inds of others for evil, and ntUrly unconscious, appar ently, of the object for which thee Svere created. f - The influence of woman, if it is any thing, should be saving to man. To that end sjie is made more'beautiful in iorriii more pure in heart, more gentle and self- sacrificing in her life. Ucfbody is the actual temple of the human soul it en shrines it, it brings it forth, it stamps it with the eternal seal ol humanity. if not, then, of the greatest importance , that this temple should be worthy of its uses? that women should know, and be taught to avoid whatever wjlj injure; impair or retard their influence and ef forts in the province exclusively assign ed to theru? ' At present, women are actuated by thf most coi.tradiulory considerations-,' and it is not at all surprising that they produce t lie most incongruous results. 4 illy uejn ei-nii p iiieir iiioeii, iiupiirt.lllb flinctiou Iry despising its duties and neg- ectni!; its most 11111 c u'.ive obligations: they consider the evidence of health aa unsjenteel and vulvar; tho labor neces sary to health, as "low;" a love of tr'&th anil natural beauty, a" showing a want of polite education. Yet all their effort aro devoted to securing artificial reten blan -es to (hose natural and womanly qualities which' they harp deprive themselves of by their folly', ignorance, or neglect, " 1 It fa next to the angels to bo a beauti ful, pure woman rich iii health, strong jii love, abounding in charjty, largo . enough to bear with the shorlcominge: , of weaker people, severe ouly in juljf nient of herself. ' ;M' . But if such women are to be (he rule , instead of he exception, the tnu be,, taught t rqspect tbeif o.n wotnaphwjd'