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ASHTABULA WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.
By JAMES HEED. Iridoxxmilcnt in all things. . S3 in .Advance, VOLUME XXII1-N0. 24. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1872. WHOLE NUMBER 1171. 'JTEIlItlS OF VBSCUIPTION I " Two Dollar per nnum paid strictly In advanc. . Clargj men will b supplied with tho papur far f 1 a ADVEitTISINQ HATES I Twalra line or leu of Nonpareil make oquare On square t wok,$ 7.1 OneiquareS wk. . 1 60 Oa (quart 8 mo.. 8 00 On square n mat,, 6 00 Ono aqnare 1 rear, . 8 00 f woqiwroMrno.$ 5 00 Two nqnnrur. A mo. 8 00 Two.quaro.l vear. 19. 00 Fnnraniiaiva 1 your 15 on lliilfcolumn 1 year, Hr 00 Bulneae Carrie not over HvollriR per year, H 00 uinnarT nntiwi-not or general tntnrnpt timr mtc. Local Notice Tan Cent line Tor ciich Insertion. JOB PIIINTINn f every description attcnrlerl to nn cull, and done In t f , , moflt tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LIVEKY STABLES. ' WtlaL. HOWntN, proprietor or klvery Stable. New Horsi'p, Carriage, ltobe e. Horses kept by the day or week. Omnibus to and from all irnln.. Stable opposite risk House, Ashtabula, O. 1103 PHYSICIANS. . RK1RT P. PRICKER, M. residence on Church Street. North of the Somh Park. OftVo In Bmlth's New Block, opposite the Fiwk Hime. 1180 R. K. L. KINO, fhyslclan and Surijoon. olTlce orer Heodrr A King's store, residence near St. Peter's tthurch. Ashtabula.. O 1043 SI. lvIOtJ, ffl. tt).. llomrpopithto Pbvsleian and Surgeon. Successor to lire. VN NORMAN. Office ' ameas formerly No. 1 Miitn Strict. Ashtabula, Ohio. Ornce hour from 7 to 8 A. M : Ho 9 H. M., and even Iny. May be found at the office at nlirlit. 11:17 BRi E VIES, wonld Inform hi friends, and the pnb'lc (jen irally that he may be fomjd at his residence or Park Street, ready to attend to all professional calls. Office hours, from 13 to 8 P. M. Ashtabula O. MT,1.1MW 10-13 ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS. J. If. nHOnFI, Attorney and ronnsellor at Law, 818 Superior Street. Cleveland, Ohio. 98 OIIVII.I.E A. ROCK WE I.I., Notary Public, Airent for the snle and purchsse of Real Estate. Con veyancer and Collector. Office at resltlenca. Kings Tllle, Ohio. llofl HKH.n .N, HAM., Ac SHItlttlAN, Attnr. neys and Counselors at I, aw, Ashtabula, Ohio, will practice In the Court of Ashtabula, take and Oennira. Laaaa 8. SainiiAW. Tusuuons IIai.i.. J. If. Shrrhak. 1018 7 . IBW ini) II. PITCH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Notary Public. Ashtabula. Ohio. Special at tention given to theMettlement of Estates. and to Con Teyanelmr and Collecting. Also to all matter arising under the Bankrupt Law. 1048 I, O. PH1P.R, .lit'ilce of the Peace and Airsnt for the nirfforttTSnn. & Franklin Fire lutirnnoe Compa nlea. Office In the store of. cmhy Wetherwsx, nn Main Btccet. Opposite the Fisk House, Anhtnhnla. Ohio. r . ; 1111 HENRY PASSETT, Acrem Home Insurance Com pany, of New York (Capital, 2,Kl'i.nroii. and of Charier Oak Life Insurance Ooimmnv. of llnrtford, Ct. Also, attend to writing of Deeds, Wills, Ac. 1048 II. COOK, Attorney and Counsellor at. Law and Notary Public, also Heal Kslnte Aeent, Main street, over Morrison A Tlcknor'e store. Ashtabula, O. 040 ' rHRI.ESt nOOTH, Attorney and Conn e'.lor t Lw. Ashtahnls. Obto. UnW HOTELS. PISK HOUSE, Ashtabula. Ohio. A. Field, Propri etor. . An Omnibus rnnnin? to and from every train of ear. Also,. a (rood lirery-stable kept. In connection i . . With this ouso, to convey passengers to any point. 1005 AHHTABIII.A HOI'SE R. C. Watimingtov. ; Prop Main St. Ashtiibnla, Ohio. Larirn Public Hall. a ' . food Livery, and Omnibus to and from thedepot. 1043 MERCHANTS, SR8RQR Hil.l Dealer in I'hno Fnrtes. and Mc . lodeons. Piano toole. Covers, Instruction Books, etc. ' - Depot 89 Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio. 1043 TILRR CARMSLE, Dealers In Fancy and pie Dry Goods, Family Groceries. A Crockery, Sonlli f . ore. Clarendon Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. . 1005 E. H. GILKBV, Dealer in Dry-Ooods, Oroccrlei i-.ne. Crockery and (Mass-Ware, next door north of Flsk House. Main street, Ashtabula Ohio. 104a ,, J. 81. FAULKNF.il (t SON, dealers In (iro r le. Provisions. Flour, Feed, Forciiin and Douh ic Fraiu. 8alt, Fish. Plaster, Water Lime, Seeds, (c Mln Street. Ashtabula, Ohio, 1 1 W. REDHEAD, Dealer In Flour, Pork, Hams, i.rnl, and all kind of Fish. Also, all kinds of Faml)- lro ' ccrles. Fruit and Confectionery, Ale and Doinstlc Wines. 1048 J. F. ROBERTSON & Soil, Dealer m every de scription of Boots, Shoos, Hats Cups. Also, on hand astouk of Choice Family Orouerius, Muiu street, ' ner of Centre, Aslitubuln, O. K09 0. W. HASKELL. Cnruor Spring aud Main streets, Aalitahulif, Ohio, Dealer in Diy-Ouods, Uro eerle. Crockery, Ac, Ac. 1095 D. W. nASKELL. WELLS 4c IIOOT1I. Wholesale and Hetsll Dealers in Western Rjsorve Butter and Cheese, Dried Fruit, Flour, and Orocerlos, Orders respectfully solicited, filled at the lowest cash cost. Aslitnbula. Ohio, lmn ' H. L. niOKHISON, Dculer In Dry-Ooods, Uroce le, Boots, Shoes, lluts.Caps, llanhvaro, Crockery, Books, Paints, Oils, Ac, Asm ibulu, O. mm CLOTHIERS. BDWAHDO. PIlCHCEDeulersIn Clothing, Hats, Cap. andUenls' FiirnishiiiKtiiwids. Ashtabula. O. 884 WA1TE ic. SILL, Wholesale and Iteiull Dealer in Ready Made Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats. Caps. Ac. Ashtabula. BH0 DRUGGISTS, IHARTIN NEWOIiHUV, T'l'lst, and Atiothe . car, and general dealer in Drus, .Medicines, Wines nd Llqatirs for Medical purp-isus, Faucy and Toilet Goods, Mjttn Street, corner cf Centre, Asliiabula. CHARLES E. StVIFT-AsbUbula, Ohio, Denlur In Druirs and Medicines, Groceries, Perfumery and Fancy Articlos, superior Teas, Coll'ue, Kpiccs, Klavor t Inv Extract, Pateut Medicine of every description. Paint, Dye, Varnishes, Brashes, Fancy Sonps, lluir Hsstorativss, Hair Oils, Ac, all of which will bo sold t the lowest price. Prescriptions prepared with suit able care. ' 1005 ' BIOHGK WILLAKIt. Dealer In Dry-Goods, Oro eerie. Hats, Cap, Boots, Shoes, Croekery, li lass-Ware. .Also, Wholesale air,l lielall Dealer 111 Hardwire, Sad' dlery. Nails. Iron, Steel, Drugs, Medielues, Palut. Oils, Dyeatuffa, Ac, Main street, Ashtabula. lo'.tt HARNESS MAKER. MT. II. WILLIAMSON, Saddler and Harness Ma. ker.ounosite Fisk Block. Main street. Ashtabula. Ohio. lias on baud, aud make to order, lu the best manner, rervtninir in ni line. iuuo P. C. FORD, Manufacturersand Denier In Sad dle, Harness, Bridle. Colfwrs, Trunks, Whips, Ac, opuoUe Flk House, Aslitabula. Ohio. 1015 MANUFACTURERS. Q.C.CVLLKV, Manufacturer of Lath, Siding, Mould ings. Cheese Boxes. Ac. Plaulug. Matchiug.andScrowI Sswlng, doue on the shortest notice Shop on Main street, opposite tha Upper Park, Ashtabula. Ohfb. 440 EYKIOUU, UIDDINlia) sV CO., Manufacturer of Doors, bash, Bliu Is. Bevel Siding, Flooring, Fenc lug, Moldlnif. Scroll Work; Turning, Ac. Also, Job borsaud Builders, Dealois lu Luiuiur, Ith aud Shiu- fles, at the Planing Mill, corner of Main suwit and Inlon alley. Ashtabula, Ohio, WM. BBYMOUU. A. C. GIDDING8. P.M. 8TRONQ. W-if O. XKILB BRO., Manufacturers and Dealer In all kind of Leather lu geueral demand In tills market. Highest cash price paid for Hide and Skins. IMITH ic FRENCH, Manufacturers nd Dealer tn all kind of Leather lu demand In till market, and Shoemaker' Findings. He is ulso engaged in the uaimfacture of Harnesses, of the light aua tasteful, a wall aa the more substantial kinds, opposite Phoenix Foundry, Ashtabula, BTO HARDWARE, tc. ' CROSBY WETHBHWAX. dealers In Stove fl'ln ware. Hollow Ware, shelf Uardward, Glasa Ware, Lamps and Lamp-Trlmiuiuga, Petroleum, Ac, Ac, opposite the Fisk House Ashtabula. Din - Also, a full stock at Paint, Oils, Van Whe, Brushes. Ac. 1111 OKOHUB O. IK'HH A B D, Dealer In Hardware, ' Irou, Steel and Nails, Stoves, Tin Plate, 8haet Iron, Copper and Zinc, and Manufuclnrer of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, Fisk Block, Ashtabula. Ohio. 10US - JEWELERS. O. W. DICKINSON, Jeweler. Repairing of all . . klnda of Watchua, Clocks, and Jewelry. Store In Ash. tabula House Block. Ashtabula. Ohio. JT, S. ABBOTT, Dealer tn Clocks, Watches, Jewel ry, etc Bugravlng, Mendlug and Repairing duue to - order. Shop on Main street, Cooneaut. Ohio. 838 linES. at. STBBBIN8. wDealer tn Witches, Clock. Jewelry, Silver and Plated War, Ae. Re- '.airing of all kinds dona well, and all order promptly 4aneUd to. - Main Strati, Ashtabula, O. 1UW CABINET WARE. JOHN ni'CRO, Manufacturer of, nd Dealer in Furniture of the best descriptions, and every variety, AIo Oeneral I'ndertaker. and Mannlactnrer of CtiOln to order. Main street, North ol South Public Square, Ashlahula. , 401 J. 18. REACH, Mmulsclnrer and I)a'cr in First Class Fnrultrue. Also, (lenernl I'nderlaker. 11! DENTISTS. P. P.. HALL, Dentist. Ashtabula. O. Office Center street, tetween Main and I'srk. iota fjn0. W. NELSON, Dentist, Asbtsbnla. ).. WVrT visit Conneaut, Wednesday and Thn sday of each week. Hot W. T. WALLACE, it. I. 8. Klnirsvllle.O.ls pre- Rsreil to attend to all operat'on In bis profession. n makes a speciality of "Oral Surgery" and saving the natural teeth. 1100 . FOUNDRIES. 8RVIOIH, KTHONfl it KPHnH Y, Mnnnnie. tnrersMroves, riows and Colnnnr, Window Cans and Hills. Mill Castings. Kettles, sinks, e'lelgh Shoes. Ac, l'hofnlx Foundry, Arhlahula. Ohio. 1081 Win. N. JESSI'P, Malleable and Crey Iron Vonnd er. and manufacturer of Trunk Hrtlw-sre. 126.96.36.199 snd 81 Central Avenue, (Formerly Nesblt Street.) Newark. N. .1. 11?1 PHOTOGRAPHERS. FRED. W. BLAKESI.EE, I'hotogrnphcrsn dealer In Pictures. KiiL'ravlngs. Chromos. Ac. having a largo sufiply of Mouldings of various descriptions, I prepared to frnnie sny thing in the picture line, at short notice and In the best stvle. Second floor of the Hall store, 8nd door South of Bank Ma nn street. 1004 MISCELLANEOUS. EDHAII II ALL, Fire and Life Insurance and Real r.Tate Agent. Also, ioinry I nunc anil vouveyauver. OlTlce over Sherman and Hall' Law Otllce, Ashtabu la. Ohio. 1140 UHAND RIVER INSTITUTE, t Anetinhnnr. Ashtabula Co., Olvlo. J. 1 uckerntsn, A. M.. 1'rtncl p il. Spring Term begins Tuesday March iutti. Send for Catalogue. 11131 f J. E. V iTROUS, Painter. Glazier, and Paper Hanger. All work doue with neatueae and ufspatch, llliO FANCY FOWLS. EGGS FOR HATCHING from the following choice varieties : Dark Rrahmn. Huff Cochin, Silver Spangled Hamburg, Black Breasted Game, and Aylesbnrg Duck. After the first of June we will sell our egga at the following rate: Bun" Cochin, J1.50 Dark Brahma, 1.60 Aylesbnrg Duck, ..... 1.50 I.lL'bt Brahma 1.00 Silver Spangled Hamburg, 1.00 Black Breasted Red Game, - 1.00 (13.3m 8. II. FOX A SON. Ashtabn'a. O. LAKE SHORE & M. S. RAIL-ROAD. ERIE DIVISION—TIME TABLE. Totake effect Sunday, June 2, 1872. r.clflcEx, fit IU Rid. S i . i- ; f- p "" ? it 7' S Accorum. sS-o-5aS- CO O s go t Accjm'.n. ;-'"6ioiotettttts?e?c- fineelnl Ife 9 3 Atlantic Ex'S 6 c .5 ' tT" JJ ' Day ExrcBS SS S 8 Si'SK? -X lre is a-'e t- e ta Trains do not atop at station where the time l omitted in tne anove tame. I Special IS 8 " IS g g' Chicago Ex ' n .5 '.Toledo Ex. lo ii-?-a rn wr I riClBcE7."S2 S K 5f "S"J?' res a j a , ea w . w FRANKLIN DIVISION. To take effect Sunday, June 2, 1872. OOINO WEST. AtM. OOINO CAST. P. M. STATIONS, 6 35 5 S H 10 1 tt 15 8 45 .... Jefferson ... .Plymouth ... Ashtabula, ... Cleveland 7 60 7 30 17 15 17 10 4 30 CliTlf I'nlne, Hen. Snpt ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted June 3, 1872. N'EW uml iititi'ovt'd Drawiii(.Room and Sleeping Coaches, combining all modern Im provements, are run through on ail trains from Buflalo, Niagara Falls, Cleveland anil Ciucililiif li to New York, making direct connection with nil Hues of Forerfcu and Coastwise Steamers, aud ulso witii Sound Sieuiners aud Railway lines for Boston uud New Englund cities. No. 2. Day Gxprus. No. 14 Llghtn'g1 Express VVop.i 3 IK) " I No. 4. Xi..l,r I No. 8. I Cincill. Express STATIONS. Express I)nukirk...L.ve. Salamanca.. " Cllfion " Susp.Biidge Niagara F'l Bulfa'lo. ... .110 nor. l05jk.J 1. 1 II 55 " 1005 " llO 19 " 7 10 A.X. Tao " 7 30' 0S rT 10 IK " 130 ' 1 40 1 45 ' I 5 80 1 6 40 " 5 45 " 9 30 " 3 43 " 4 48 " 8 05 " 7 00 " 8 45 " 4 98 " as " T " 758 " 8 15 " II VP " 7 40 "" 8R " II 45 " Attica " Portage " HornelIsvlut " Addison.... n Rochester.. 1f A veil f " Balh " 1J40A.K I 50 " 8 05 " 4 05 " 11 00 " HI 10 " II 15 " 1150 " 810 " 8 5 " lit 13 " iiaisT. l4i " 5(15 " 8 40 " 1045 " II ss""- 19 10 A. II Coining . Elmlru .. 4 39 " 5 08 " 6 4" 8 90p.lt 93a. H 7 6" 7 40 " 856 " . Arr. Waverly ' Phlladelp'ia ' Owego Bfngliamton 1 tlreat Bend. 1 Susq'ehau'at 1 Deposit .... 1 Hancock ... 1 Laekaw'xen ' Honesdale.. ' PortJervls. 1 Middletown ' Goshen 1 Turners t... ' Newburgh. . ' Paterson .. 1 ISO " 19 50 " III 30 (I Ul'r.M 1 95a. m (40 " 9 41 " 9 55 " 8 87 " 4 15 ' 153" 1190 ' 933 809 8 15 4 03 4 89 i'i" 6 45 " 10 OS iorlo' II 84 847 " 8 90 " 11 10 " 1905A.M. I 6 04 " ioao'"- !"117p.. 9 69 " 8 68 " 8 50 " 7 45 " 8 03 " 8 8 " 1UI " 10lo""i, 11 55 A M U49P.H 748 83A 854 i ii " 9 35 " 810 " 830 " 680a. at 6 50 7ou'J 8 83 '" 7J"1 50Jr.H. Newark . 9 06" r Jersey Clly. New York. . Borton 9 95 840 l038A.il. 11 00 " II 90P H. Abstract of Time Table Adopted June 3, 1872. Arrangement of Drawing-Room and Sleeping Coaches. No. t. Sleeping Coaches from Clnclnnrtl to Uornells vllle. and Drawlng-Uooiu Coache from Suspen sion Bridge, Niugara Full and Buffalo to New York. No. 19. Sleeping Coache from Cincinnati, Suspension Bridge. Niugara Falls, Buffalo and HornellsvlUe to Now York ; also from Uornelsvllle to Albany. No. 4. Sleeping Coaches from Suspension Bridge, Ni agara Falls aud Buffalo to New York. No. 8. Sleeping Coaches from Cleveland. Suspension Bddge, Niagara Falls and Buti'alo to Susquehanna, and Drawtug Room Coaches from Susquehanna to New York. Ask for Tickets Via Erie Railway. For Bale at all prlnclpalTlcket Offices. L.D.RuoKkm On. Sunt Wai, R. Babb. On. Pat.Aol. KONTER, the. TAILOR, HAVING arrnntreJ his affair. has Do.MTfB!n HK8UMBD BUSINESS AT TUB OIJ) STAND, wheia he ha a vsry large Stock of Ready-Made Clothing, Of the beat mauufacture and material. lie hat also an equally large block of CLOTHS & PIECE GOODS, Embracing almost every variety of Style and " ' f asnion, iroin wnicn lie it maKing up aulla aud tingle garmeuts to order, lu the lateat Kattarn Ffsbiou. la Gentlemen' -Furnishing Good, ha baa a veiy eholce variely, which arc toluol a low figure. Ill old Customer ar invited to renew their business acoualu tanre aud pairouago, aud a many new onea a are wllllog to tesl hi experience, workmausblpaad usla, OLD ACCOUNTS require to be settled, and toy long er delay in paying up cannot be Indulged. Those, therefore. In arrears will need this notice, and save trouble to all parlies. - v , HENRY KONTER. AthUbula, Iy tt, 1ST. lit Plantation Bitters. S. T. 18G0-X. Ti IITS M'omlerfu. vpcrotBlle rontorativo In tho Hhiwl-nnchor of the ftTtilv and debilitated. Att tonic nnil cortlUl for the ized aud lanirtiiil It h nn equal among Ktonmrhlc. Aaa remedy for the nervoim wfaKiien- io wnicn women art ecneciaur inigi-ct. It la Ptipenodlii(f every other atlmulant. In nil climate, tropical, temperate or frigid. It art an a apcelHe In ev. rv iucclea of disorder whlrh underiiili,e Lh hoilllv atruaiftb and breaks dowu lUa aniioal tulrlli. ll-i'j .Beautiful Woman! IIACJAN'S DIAONOLIA R A LK1 srlvea to fb Complexion cite Frcauneaa ol ouil. b juAusuLi DAui overcomes me nusnea at pedraiieo caused by heat, lailgue and excitement. It UlUkeS Ilie llldv f,r litriv u.itloiar lull lirmitu u.wl ... ..at. TT . .w,. w . t, .. - . . Ural and perlict that no person can del. ct lis applira- uj us h.u my ruugnesk skiu is muue to rival llie pure rudiaut texture or youthful beauty. It removes refine.,., h th.. .nil ni,..,.l... 1. - .....i.t that will Injure the skin lu lue least. Iaooma Bami is used by all fashionable ladle In New York, London, and Paris, It coct only 75 cent per Bottle, and is told by all Druggist and Perfumer. SELECT POETRY. Don't Crowd. Don't crowd, lliis world is broad onouU For you us well us mu j Tlio tloora of nrt are open wide Tliu real mu of lliotiiit tire free, Of all mi'lli's places you ore ri;Ut To clioosu Hie best you can, Provided I bat you do uol try To crowd some oilier man. Wliut mailer lliouli you scaiec couut Votir piles of goldeu ore ; While lie can Uuidly sll'ivu lo keep Uuunl fumine from lliu door? Of willing bands and honest lienrt Alone sliould man be proud; Then i;ivu him all llie room lie needs, And never iry lo crowd. Don't crowd, proud JItss; your dainty silk Will g. listen tioiie Hie less Because it conies in contact with A beggiu'i liillered dress; This lovely world was never mado Vor you and 1 alone ; A pauper bus a right lo tread Tbe pulbwuy to n lliroue. Don't crowd llio good from out your heart 15 V fostering all Unit's bad, But give lo every virtue room Tbe best that may be bad. Be each day's record sncli a ono Tbal you may well be proud j Give facu bis rlglil, give each bis room, And never iry to crowd. LETTERS FROM ABROAD. NAPLES, ITALY, April, 1872. "So.c Naples and die," Is the Italian proverb. I scarcely dared to hope I should ever realize llie first part of it, but iu Naples I am the latter port of the proverb I trust will not be an immediate consequence. But before I tell you of our lovely rido liilher, I will give you a little more of my days in Home : It win rallier unsatisfactory to rush through llie galleries us we were obliged to do ; uol lbt 1 would wane lo sludy every picture, but it is pleasant to Kulcct a few ortlsls and com pare them. This I Iry to do, and now I have learned lo study with twice the rapidity that I had at first. In tbe Burghese Pulaco there are several of Andrea del Sarin Madonnas and one Jlngdeleue, and it is very satisfactory lo recognize bis baud, before looking at the catalogue, In that soilness aud richness and beauty of features which show in all bis works. On Saturday mornlm; we were be lated in gelling to the Vatican, bo upon ar riving there, we found theru were but tweuly minutes before the door would be closed. We present our pass to lio Swiss Guard at Ihe door, be points the way up the ScaU Itegia, ul the end of the extensive corridor ; up we co ; man number two points majestically to auolb er stairway, finger on the wall indicates an other flight; when thallwe find llie "Trans figuration ?" we are so tired of running up stairs. We rush through four or five rooms. and theu demand frantically "Where it the Transtij; u ration T" "Hu." Stilt higher that means, so we go up, up, up, till the two hun dred aud thirtieth step is reached, llieu along another hall, where the custodiau, tiller a slow response to our tinging the bell, informs us we have but a few minutes left ; we kuotv it ouly too well, but make a dive for (Aa picture, sit down and try lo drink it lu as if we would never lee it uguln in our lives, which I feared might be so. Too soon it is 11 o'clock. Fals ing the Kisliue Chapel on the way down stairs, we rang the bell but the custodiau said it was closed, "but I mutt see it, if but two minutes for I cannot come again," I said, so the thought of the coppers wou bini, uud iu we run, sut down on the step, ami stretched our necks as loug us we dared, to get w hut little idea we could of Michael Angelu't ceil iug, but the disguises from the smoke of the ceusors makes it very difficult to study. Back of the allur is the "Last Judgemcul," but I tlud it more satisfactory to look at photographs of it! Well, If the l'ope doe turn us out from his house at this inconvenient hour he leaves his church opeu lor us, for that is tbe church of the world. All the pictures Iu It are mosuics aud most beautifully wrought at that. I stood before the copy of ihe "Tram figuration," and thought how can it be lour limes Ihe size of the large original ; ut a dis tance it uppears the amu size, and near to it the surrouuuiuiit are all so large in good pro portion, thai it seemed only twice as large, but forgetliug the surroundings, I can see now how really great 1: is. Ou the pavement are marked the various lengths of the laigest Ca thedrals of Europe; the longest St, Paul's vt London, comes short of BL Peter's neurly outi huudred feet The Pooiuo of Florence is a little short of Bt. Paul's. : ; Monday I bad a mora lelsurly visit lo the Vatican went Into tbe "Blame of Itopbael," into tbe Loggia and the chapel of Ban Loren zo. Looked also at the "Transfiguration, again It Is a powerful picture. A man stood looking at it the other day for a long, while J and could hardly b torn awny. The upper part of the picture is the 'mount with the prophets and three disciple, while in Ihe low er Dart arc the oilier disciples failing to cure the Utile boy possessed with a devil, while the father holds Ihe child with alook ofagonlxing supplication. This uiuu could not lake his eyes off from that fuce; it moved him lo the deepest sympathy he said, aud teais stood in his eyes to prove it. In the evening we went lo see Ihe " Marion tils," or " Puppets." They are one of the sights ot Italy, uud so ofteu described -in books of travel that perhups I need hardly describe them to you. They are Utile wooden figures, supported by irou rods fasteneu to their heads, aud are worked by men ubove, who pull the mai y w ires for the tlilLrcut purls of the hotly with such skill Ibut Ibey seem like real men aud women acting. The stage is so small that they do not look as diminutive as Ibey really are ; and tbe I Ilea Ire itself is so wee, that from o.ir boxes we could talk about the play! Il was very comical, The first play was spoken like any other tragedy, but we sal so right above the slu'e that we could not tell w hut voices belonged to what man; and that we could see the whole farce of the thine; by waicbtng the man swinging the puppets dowu Irom their hooks to suspeud them ou the rod above the stage. The funniest part was Ihe ballet, for that is always pantomime, aud the dresses uud geueral effect were very pretty, aud the daucig aslouishing. While the priuccs was sleeping ou n rock, aud iu an i-xiremely uncomlortable position too, lor her head w i.s uot le: down enougli to rest upou anything, the sea arosv,(jruen turletoii), aud the lisli cuuie swimming around, aud Nepluuu drove by iu his chiitrol, uud finally a big fish came dowu and swallowed the poor thing. It was all capitally doue. Ouce, they say, they played "Macbeth," aud iu tbe Holy Week I suppose they lelt bouud lo play something solemn, so produced "Herod aud John the Baptist." From Home, ul one o'clock, to Naples, was indeed a lovely ride first the long cxleut of ucqucdilct und the many picturesque mil g excited our udniirulion then came a lomr retch of campaguu very fertile aud gree.i with grass uud wheat. Between the rows of peas were wide paths of grass. Wheat is now live feet biah, I should guess; apple, peach, aud almond trees are iu lull blotsom, or have dropped their gay corollas for the quiet fructi fylug work. All thu trees are coming out in their green foliage, uud the whole counlry is I'rcsh uud beutitiful. The olive trees are much larger Hum in Florence. There were many prelly lililu scenes on Ihe way peasants iu their woolen skirls, and white cotton hadker chiels arranged ou the head lo make a broad shelter from the sun ; and the meu Willi br.'cchcs and stockings, stopping work to look at the traiu ; gots climbing the rocky hill sides; a shepherd sitting high upou the rocks, crook in hand, peasant costume, cocked hat, sheep be'ow ; cities built up a hillside, with the houses close together and all of dingy plaster, except whero'a fresh yellow hotel eu livens the drab uniformity; mountains, mon asteries, churches, doukeys with burdens three or four times the -sizo of thu animals ; vine yards, tlte blue sky, ull make us feel we are in Italy. There is a charm, too, iu the thought of ridiug South to the warm, genial sun, and thu blue Mediterranean nud the country of fruit. In the durkutsi, ut 8 o'clock, at Naples, there is ouly rain to greet us, aud iu the long long drive away around the city side of the buy, we C juld uot tell, in thu obscurity, where the water was, but for the thousand gas-lights. Naples is very full, nud it was only at the third hotel that we could procure a room. The New Bishops of M, E. Church. On tho 22nd, at 0 o'clock, a. m., Bish op Simpson in the chair, llie M. . Geii- ernl Coiit'ercnco in Bi'ssion at Brookly N. Y., proceeded .to ballot lor fiijht ad ditional bishops thu .number previous ly deciJeid upon with tliu following re sult; llev. Thomas Bowman, D. D., Rev. 11. S. Foster, D. D., mid Rev. W. L. Harris, D. D., weiu elected on llie first bullol. On a second ballot, Rev. I, W. Willcy, D. D., and Rev. S. M. Mer rill, P. V., wero electei?. On a third ballot, Rev. E. G. Andrew, D. D., and Rev. Oil beit Haven, D. D. ; und, ou a louitli. ballot, Rev. J. T. Peck, D. D. Of the new Bisbopa our neighbor, the IViunsvillo Ttlejrajjh,l BISHOP BOWMAN. Bishop Bowman is a native of Penn sylviiaia, bt good Methodist block and 54 years ot age. He graduated ut Dickin son College in 1837, and was appointed lo a circuit in tho Baltimore Coiileience pi 1839. For a number of years he la bored in various cjicuits uutia elected Principal ot Dickinson Seminary ut Wil liuiiiKpoi t, Pa. lu 1859, he was called lo lio Presidency of Indiana Ashbui-y University, wheie he has remained until thu present time. Ho is well known throughout the dominion us a very for cible aud fluent speaker, aud gives prom ise of a long and uselul term ot service. BISHOP FOSTER. Dr. Foster, wo believe, was born in Clermont County, in this State, and joined the Ohio Conference in the year 1837. Ho rapidly rose to the hilust appointments, nud developed superior talents. Twenty years ago, lie was transferred lo New York, and siuuo the death of Dr. McCliutock, has been Pres ident ot Drew Theological Seminary. Dr. Foster has written upou a number of theological subjects, and. is regarded as a superior scholar and controversialist. BISHOP HARRIS. Dr. W, I Harris has been well known to the church for the past twelve years U1 the coadjutor of Dr. Durbiu, the sen ior Missionary Secretary, lie. is also u uative of Ohio, aud was for several years a professor iu the Ohio Wesleyali Uni versity, being the associate of the late Bishor) Thompson. In 1840, iie was elected Secretary of the General Confer ence, He is a man of extensive research and an effective preacher. BISHOP WILEY. Wiley a 182. ".lie was bred to the medical pro fession, graduated in 1848, and at once joinel ihe Philadelphia Conference, and w ia soon alter appointed Missionary lo China, where lie labored evrtl yara, doinir exct llont service. On Id return, ho spent four years iu a sc-ninary in New Jersey, and fur eight years has been editor ot the Isxiiti JifuiUon, He is a preacher of jreat power, nud a an ed itor, has been very stieceatlitl. He bt loHn to the Xowa'ik (Ohio) Conference, iu whiuh he Is a universal favorite. BISHOP MERRILL. Dr. Merrill was also an Ohio man, having been born iu Brown County in the year 1825, and has long borne the re putation ol being an .able, effeelive min ister. His labors have been confined principally to Ohio and Kentucky. Four years ago, he was elided editor of the Wuitem t'hriett'ufi Adoocatt, following Dr. Ried, and in that sphere has exhib ited inaiked literary talents. BISHOP ANDREWS. Is about 44 years of age, and is a grad uate of Wesleyau University at Middle town, Conn. lie was Pastor for several years, and afterwards was called to the .Seminary Ut Cazctiovia, X. V., as Pro fessor of Classics, continuing in that ca pacity about right years. He is now Pastor ot onu ol the" laigest Brojklyn churches. BISHOP HAVEN. Rev. Gilbert Haven is the vounrrest of the new Bishops, and is at present the able editor of Ziun't JleruUI, of Boston, which position he has tiile'd for n period of seven or eight years. He is regarded as one ol ihe most, brilliant writers of thu chuich, a ripe scholar and an elo quent speaker. Ho is somewhat radical and progressive in his theories. His a I dretisea during tho war were models of eloqucuuu aud patriotism. He is said by those' who know hint best, to Ik- the most accomplished of the new Bishops. BIslIOP PECK, Was the last Bishop elected but though last, uol least. He is 00 years of age, but is said lo bo young in spirit. He his been honored with a number of im portant positions as Pastor, Principal of a Seminary, President of a College, etc. He spent eit;ht or ten years iu Califor nia, residing for thu mst part iu the cities of Sau Francisco aind Sacramento. He has given lo the church aud the world a number of works, ainatug which are tho "Central Idea ot Christianity," "The True Woman," "History of the Great Republic," "What Must I do lo be Saved '" etc. He has been a delegate lo live General Conferences. His execu tive talent, pulpit aud pastoral ability are hardly surpuascd. Dr. Peck was leader in' me movement tor establishing the Syracuse University, which promises to become one of the principal educa tional institutions ot the country. The Board of Bjsliops now numbers thiileoit, the senior Bishops being Mor ris, Janes, Ames, Scott uud Simpson. Alter considerable discussion, the report of the Committee on Episcopacy, fixing the residences of ihe new Bishops at or near the following places, was passed ; Boston, Cincinnati, bt. Louis, Chicago, Atlanta, Sau Francisco, Omaha or Couu cil Bluffs, or St. Paul. Scolding. Scolding is mostly a habit. There is not much meaning to it. It is oi'ten the result of nervousness, and an irritable condition of both mind and bctly. A person is lired, or annoyed at some tri vial cause, and forthwith commeuces finding lault w ith every iLing aud every .body in reach. Scolding is a habit very easily formed. It is astonishing how soon one who in dulges iu it at ull becomes addicted to it and continued in it. It is an unreason ing und unreasonable habit. Persons who "rice gel iu ihe way of rcoldini; always find something to scold aSkut. It there was nothing else, they would fall a scolding at il.e mere absence of anything lo scold at. It is an extre mely disagreeable habit. The cons ant rumbling of distant thunder, eatei waul ing, ora hand organ under one's window, would be less unpleasant. The habit is contagious. Once intro duced into a family, it is pretty certain, in a short time, to ult'ecl all the nu mbers. If one ot them begins always finding fault about something, or nothing, the ojhcift are apt very soon to lake it up, uud a very unnecessary bedlam is created. People iu the country more readily lull into the habit ot scolding than pe ble iu town. We sppose it is because they have less to occupy and divert I heir attention. Women contract thu habit more frequently than men. This may be because they live more in the house, iu a confined aud heated atmos phere, very trying to the 'nervous sys tem aud the health in general ; und il may be, partly, that their natures are more susceptible, untl their sensitiveness more easily wounded. Women aie sometimes called divine, but a scolding woman never seems divine. -But. we wilt say no more on the subject, or some pretty creature may feel inclined lo scold us for what we say about scolding. j i No younr maijever thinks that he shall die. He may believe that others will', or he may assent to the doctrine thai "all men are mortal," but he is tar enough from bringing it home to himself individually. Yotiili, buoyant activity a'ld animal spirits hold absolute antipa thy with old age, as well as with death, nor have we iu the hey-day ot life the remotest conception how "this sensible, warm motion can be a kneaded clod." Or if, iu a moment of' idle speculation, we look vaguely forward to the close ot lile, it is amazing at what a d is la nee il seems, what a long, leisurely perspectha there is between. We eye ihe fai iherest verge ot the horizon and think what a way wo shall have to look back upon ere we arrive at our journey's end, and, lo 1 before we in 1 1'" least suspect it, the niisis are at our fuel and the shadows of death enuoiupass us. Ze l'revost. 1 1 " Wendell Phillips sayi ; "For a loyal administration, to protect the negro, awe the rebel, aud give the working mau a chance, Grant's little finger is worth a baker's dozen of Greeley's" Amusing Scene on a Street Car. The Wuhiii2tou IStat says The pass.! engers ou one of the Riker s street cars laughed some one morning recenily, at a scene between the conductor and a well dressed young mau from George town, As the cur was passing down the aveinie, thu young man at the time standing on ihe platform taking it easy, with one fool una trunk, he was Hp proaclied by ihe oouditctor and his tare demanded. He tpiiclly passed over his five cents, Conductor: I demand twenty-five cents for that trui.k. Young man; (lies ilaiiugly : Twenty-live cenis? Well, I think 1 will not pay it. Conductor ; Then I shall put the trunk off. Voting man ; you had belter liot, or you may be sorry for ii. Conductor pulls the strap, stops car, dumps trunk ou the avenue, stai Is ear, and alter going noine two stpaares, ap proaches llie young man, who was as still uud calm ns a miiihik r morning, iu an aurry limod says : ow I have put your li link off, what arc you g'jing lo do about it 'i Young man (coolly): Well, I don't propose lo do anything about, il ; it's no concern of mine; it wasti'imy trunk. Conductor (fiercely,) Theu why didn't you tell me so ''. Voting m in ! Because you did not ask me, and I told you you'd be soliy for il. Conductor (furious,) Then Jjo inside the car. Young man : Oh no ! you're good enough company for me out here. At this jnnclure a portly German emerge from the ear, and angrily says, Mine Goll '. you teller, where ii mine drunk? Y. M. My friend, I think that is your trunk dowu oil the avenue there. German. Who puis him off? I have the iiionioli lo pay liiin. 1 see about dot. The car was slopped, and shortly at tei wards the conductor was seen lo come s wealing up with tho trunk on his back a part of the performance he did not enjoy halt as well as did the passengers. Simon's Wife's Mother. The fallowing bit of pleasantry will, we think, bear lesuseitation uud be read with pleasure, ilr will also be new to a great many. A country man was lu New l ink ou an August Sunday, and crossed the Biooklyn terry iu the morning for llie purpose ot hearing Beeeher. But, lo ! the Plymouth pulpit was occupied by a stranger, who delivered u tedious, coiumuu-plai'C- sermon from tire text: "And behold Simon's wile's mother lay sick of a level." Mr. Beeeher was away taking his summer vacation. In the afternoon ihe man souubt to console himself for his morning's disap pointment by listeuuig to ,. II. Chapiu He was shown to a front seat by the sexton ot l. XI. lliapiu s church, and in due time was horrified lo see the mi nit- ler of the morning appear in the pulpit. The poor victim heard for the second time the sermon from the text : "Aud behold Simon's w ife's mother lay sick of a tever, and he weut out ot the sacred place very much discouraged. Mr. Ch ipin was taking his summer vacation: lu thu evening, the man, thinking to redeem iu a measure the deleal of the day,. accepted a choice kitting in llie Re formed Dutch Church for the purpose of bearing the genial, eloquent and scholarly kelliunc. lut his heart was quite bro ken when the evil spirit that had possess ed him all day, got up and gave out a hymn. And when the text was aiiuouii eed, "Aud behold Simon's wife's mother lay sick of a fever," the party, who knew all about the suiject, lushed wildly from the overdose, and ran to his hotel. Dr. Bethune was taking his summer-vacation. The next morning the man took the first train tor home, uud, stepping into . i i i... i i Lin i;iii, meit; nas ion iiiiuiTtiwi lai iiictiii ot the day before, with his sermon under his arm. the New 1 oik bells were ring ing a tire alarm, and says the minister to ins lay brother, " V rieuil, do you kuow what those In lis are tolling tor t " Says the country man, looking hard at t4pl sermon, " d-Mi't know; but I shouldn't wonder if ' Simon's wife's mother was dead, 1 heard three times end r lay that she was down with a lever. Ci kci lio ox Pi.i ms. A writer in the Germano n Telegraph suy6 : " I have seen various methods for keel lint; these insects off plum trees, but none so simple, nor yet so effectual as the following ; oitk corn cobs in sweetened water uniil thoroughly saturated, then suspend tliein lo the limbs of the trees a lilile while at'lcr blossoming; being sure to burn the cobs alter the Unit ripens, as they will be found f ull of young insects, A good plau is lo change the cubs every tew weeks, iuy theory ts lliis, that the insects deposit their eggs iu the cobs iu preference lo doing so iu the young plums. The first season I tried it upon one or two ouly, aud iu the summer was rewarded bv a good crop ot as tine plums us ever ripened, while those ou llie oilier trees leu ou wuen aooui nan grown. Next spring found sweetened corn-cobs dangling from the limbs of ull my plum trees, and Ihe summer found them full of delicious fruit. I have never known il to fail, and hope every ope who has a pluru tree will try it." A man should no in oro niake his Lou. esty a boast than a w oman should her Virtue. 1 speuK loo lnitcu ot either renders tliein questionable. A writer severely describes the exodus at Eden, saying, "The devil drove wo. man out ot paradise.-" Yes, but he Could not drive paradise out uf woman. "Are you not alarmed at the approach of the kins of terrors?" asked a niinis- . ! l 11 II. ., I I ter Ol a sick man. wo, no, a nave ueeu .. l .1 !..... ; . i. . I living lit aim iniriy veurs wnu me queen of terror the, King cannot be much worse." Kjimaliniiir anva "il tvifd khnilld IkA lilfA roasted lamb, tender, and nicely dress ed." A scamp adds, "and without any sauce." Opinion of Grandmothers. BY JOHNNY. OrnndinoMirs m very nice folk) T.iev bent all lliu aunts In crcstlon, They let a clnip do in he likes, And dou'l worry about educatiou. I'm aure 1 can't see It at all, What n poor lelluw ever could' Ur ' Tor apples, and pennies, and Cuke, ' ' Without a grandmother or two. GrndmothiT apouk softly to 'ma's" To h;tn bov have a frood time Scniftimct ihey w ill whisper, ' tis trn, T'other way, when a hoy wants lo climb. Grandmother have ninlfliis for ten, And pie., a whole row in the cellar, Arid Ihey 're.apt (If they know it in lime) To make chicken pies for a " feller." And if hi is bud now and then, And niakita a urtm M kelinir noise, They only look over their speca. And ," Ah, these boy will be boys, " Life Ii onlv o aliott at the best s f.et the children Ise happy to-dar." Then thpy look for awhile at llie sky, And the hills that are lar, far away, Q'dUi often a twilight ernes on, Grandmothers sinj? hymns, very low, To theinsi-lves as tliev rock by the flru, About Heaven, aud when they shall gii, An I then, a hoy stopping lo think, Will find a hot tear in his eve. To know n hat will come at the hist For grandmothers ali have I? die. I wish thov could slay here and pray, lor a hoy needs ih!-ir prayer, ev'iy nighi Bonie hoys more lliau otiieig, I s'pose ?3uch as I need a wonderful sicht. Little Souer. Emerson saya : "Do not har a dismal picture on your wall, and do not deal with sables and glooms in your con veration." Beeeher follows with! "Away with these fellows who go how. linjr through life, ail the while passing tor birds of paradise. He that can not laugh and be gay should- look well to himself. He sho'uld fast and pray until his face breaks forth into light." Talmage then takes up ihe strain; "Some peo. pip have an idea that thev comfort the afflicted when they groau over them, Don't drive a hearse through a man's soul. When you bind up a broken bone of the ')til, and you want splints, do not inane lliem ot cart iron." After such counseling and a-lmonitionu lay aside your long laces. From the New York Tribune. Philadelphia. The C onvention called to rc-nominate Gen. Giant has done i's work with neat, ness and dispatch. The scenic effect were good ; the music and cheers came in at the proper places; there was even a good deal ot genuine enlhiisiam ; every delegate selected by the Administration discharged his obligation; effectual means were taken to keep all malcontcnti away or suppress then and our "Present President" takes from the Republican parly an indorsement apparently mora unanimous than accorded io 1S64 to A braharu Lincoln. , But it was not a lair-dealing Re-n oral nation Convention. The mau who had pairoiiagc to use secured its vote for a second term. Gen. Grant is re-nominated. The man who had no patronage to use could i.ot secure its vote for a second term. Schuyler Colfax is set aside with the contempt uons argument of the negro delegate, that l.e saw uo objection to swapping hoi fees iu the middle of the riv. er provided you got a better horse. Wa thank him for I hat worj. The American people propose to complete tbe swap which Philadelphia has lelt only balf finished. They purpose t.-axt November to swap off the whole ticket for a better. But let us not underrate the work iu hand. This ticket may be beaten by ono in opposition ; it camlet be by two or three. Baltimore can elect Gen. Grant it il w ili ; it is barely possible that even the Steinway Hall squad ol Free-Tradei a might do ii, though we do not think so. Grant and Wilson make a strong ticket. Gen. Grant, has done much to squander iu civil life the splendid reputation he brought from the army ; but be still has a great hold alike" upon Northern patriots, whom he had the high privilege to lead to victory, aild upon Southern negroes, whom il was his equally high, privilege Pro-Slavery and Democratic though he was to approach with the armed guarantee of freedom, Henry Wilson is a wot king mau and a life-long R'-pubiican, who his passed through thirty years of poliiical contests without a question of bis devotion to principle, or a stain upon his integrity. To place these men iu nomination, the machinery has been used of a paity still the great est iu the country, bearing the prestige ot continous ami beueliceiit success, still regarded by hundreds of the laud as tha savior of the Republic in tho past, aud its only sure protection now. The same splendid organization which evoked, yesterday, at the word of command, from the throats of thousands iu the Philadcl. phiii Academy of Music cheer after cheer as ringing as the old battle-cries of Gram's divisions, though no whit mora spontaneous than the lowering ot his portrait from behind the scenes will bring to the polls u disciplined body of voters whom no exposures of iucompe. tenee abroad or corruption at home can tilrn from their purpose. Will the Lib eral Repuplicaus and their probable allies eoulioiit them with equal organisations, equal purjio.se, equal sU 1 ? If they do, they will win. The great States casting their votes for Slate officers . in October will settle this, us they have settled every Presidential contest tor a score ot years. The Renoiiiiiiutionists have bliudly or rauized defeat iu two out of three. Thf insane nomination ot llartranfl in Vpih sylvania threw away the small Republic can inujoruy there, while the cordial union ot Liberal ltepiiblicaus and JJemo cratson a man of such spotless character "and unquestioned ability as Bucksdew, ..I . i. . 1, W. -,.,.b.. ki UUIUJIICICO .IMC V Ol R, !v IWIblU vim causeless, wanton sacrifice yesterday of Schuyler Colfax more than equal to the loss ot the tritlinz Administration majorii ty iu Indiana, as well a a serious blow to the ticket throughput the country, Thousands ot thinking- men will ask. why should Gen, Grant have two terms and Schuyler Colfax but oue? Ami UjH necessary answer will uot tend ti s4 cpibuBiusro for thp Ifck et. pr bring