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VOL, XVII, NO. 28. CHARDON, GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO. FRIDAY, JULY 7. 1805. WHOLE NO, 808. The Jcffersonian Democrat IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT CHARDON, GEAUGA CO., OHIO. J.O. COXVEIISE, Proprietor. Office, corner of the Public Square and Water Slreot, opposite the Chardon House. Terms, $2,00 per Year. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I. N. HATHAWAY, Attorney nt I.nw, Chardon.Ohlo. fcJrOflice, no door south of the Court llouso, up stain. 784if L. B. DUftFEE. J. I. STWHENSOH. DURFEE&. STEPHENSON, Attorney at Law. (tJ-Offico, 1 door south ol the Court House, up stairs, CUartlon, Ohio. 382tf MURRAY &, CAN FIELDS, Hunkers, Chnrdon, Ohio. Office secenrf door nortli of Ayres' Store. Buy and sell N. Y. Ex., 6-20 Coupons, Gold aud Silver. 743wtl CAN FIELD & SMITH, Attorney!) nt I.nw, Chardon, Ohio. Office In Union I) lock, up stairs. 626 E.COWLES, Auctioneer Having obtained a License from Government to sell goods), ho will a (tend, to all alia within the limits of the State. Post Office Address, E.Cowles,Chardon, Ueauga County, Ohio. 7G3yla26 DR. A. McGRAW, Physician nnil Surgeon, Newbury Center, Geauga County, Ohio, takes this method loin form the public, that he is now prepared tore pond to all calls in the line of his prolession. 780yl PARMLY HOUSE, (New Hotel, fronting Park,) Painesville, Ohio. B. Burridge, J., Proprietor. D. Burridjie's Liv ery and Omnibus Line attached to the House. R. CREIGHTON, Hook Binder and Blank Hook Manufacturer, Herald Buildings, Cleveland, Ohio. 3rBlank Books Ruled aud Bound to order. Old Books Rebound. 526 S. EDSON, County Surveyor, Hambdon, Geauga Co., O. Those living at a distance wishing Surveying done by the Surveyor. will have their calls punct ually attended to, by addressing him by letter, f iving five days' notice. Direct all lettoisto lambden, Geauga County, O. 595 BRA1NERD &. BURRIDGE, Solicitors of Patents, and U. States &. For eign Patent Agency, No. 8 Bank St., Cleveland, Ohio. We are prepared to transact business of every description, relatiug to lnventiius, Draw ings, Caveats, Spocifica'.ious, Patents, Infringe ments, and the Patent Laws, ES.ALNERD & BURRIDGE, Ttefilguera & Lithographer. Engraving on Wood, Book Illustrations, Buildings, Horses & other Stock, Ornamental Borders, Letters, Vign- Attaa A rrrifMl It li sn I Xr Pim mevt I fiifa in 'I'ltita itfc v n ill ll va will I ills I WHI It U9 111 M III ID) Seals, Stamps, & Machiuory in every variety of oiyio. 9U4ii PENSION & WAR- Claim Agency. Y N. HATH AW A Y, of the late firm of X, Thrasher, Durlce & Hathaway, is author ized and licensed by the Government to procure Bounty Money, Back Pay, and Pensions tor sold fern, nr for their widows and heirs, and Invalid Pensious (or Disabled Soldiers, and all other claims against the Government of the United States, and of the State of Ohio. Business at tended to promptly and honestly. Charges for procuring Pensions, Bounty or Bock Pay, $5,00, as provided by law, aud no charge until bounty or back pay is obtainod. Mr. I.. A. Hamilton has been appointed Exam fii'g Surgeon for Geauga County, by whom all applicants for Invalid Pensions must be exam ined, ftj" Apply in person or by letter, enclos ing stamp, to 1. N. HATHAWAY, 693 tf Chardon,Ohio. PHOTOGRAPHS, FERROTYPES, Gems. Do you want a Good Picture? Then call at the Photographic Rooms of G. W. C. Hurlbutt, ovor Randall's Clothing Store, and you will get tl, itpairnit article in Double Quick Time. Having lately made some important repairs in reference to bis light, the Proprietor would say thm ha in now nrnnnred to make Pictures at all reasonable hours of the day, and in all kinds of weather, His facilities hare also been ma tnriallviscroased for making LARGE Photo- erauhs.TA fine assortment oTOVAL FRAMES for sale very cheap. William Turner Will keep constantly on hand GROCERIES of all kinds, Flour & JET" IBE2 3E3 BB - W Please call at the Brick Storo on the cor nor, opposite the Chardon Hotel, Chardon, March 21th, 18C5. 793lf DENTISTRY. miiR -.lndcrslcned. having permanently located X at Chardon, for the purpose ofoperating at his profession, would say to hislriends and the nn-ii fhnt ha is uow urenared to attend to the wiiria of all in neod of anything in his lino of business. All Work WARRANTED. Office, over Murray & Canfields' Bank. Rest dence ono door south of L.J. Randall's dwell ini E. D. RICHARDSON. Chardon ,Dec. 4 th, 1863. 125 it Pianos & Melodeons. H C. RANDALL would respectfully inform . the citizens ol ueaueoouniy ana vicinity he has for sole PIANOS and MELODE 5 which will be offered at Low Prices. Thosi that wi-hing to purchase -will Jo well to coll and ex mn nn hfllnre nurcnasuis einowiwio. . juouu msntsfully Warranted for 5 years. Room ever Murray and Canfields' Bank, Apiii Hth, 1805 796m6 Chardon, O Attention !! OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS!! I can pro 1 9 cure, through my Special Aee nt at Wash inptnn m, the Bt;i iL.Mvi.ni- ur urttubuc ACCOUNTS ,1 tfnA Slltrtrtllal riAaa!llA timA Knldiers' Claims for Bounty and Back Psv promptly coliectea. INVALIDS'. Widows' and Mothers' PEN SIGNS, secured witnoui unnecessary ooiay. " ' Addross D. W. GAGE, eoDrtrt 168 Superior St., Cleveland, O, List of Premiums Offered by the Geauga County Free Agricultural Society, to be held at Claridon. Tuesday, and Oct. 3d, 4th and 5th, 1865. CLASS I. A,—DURHAM BULLS. Best bull 3 yean old and ovor Diploma 2d beat Best bull 2 years old 2d best Best bull 1 joar old ' 2d best Best bull calf 1 Committoc B B Woodbury. Ed. N Osborn, Cbardon; Calvin Moffott, Middle-field. CLASS I. B.—DURHAM COWS AND HEIFERS. Best cow ovor 4 years old Diploma 2d best Best heifor 3 years old 2d best Best buifer 2 yoars old 2d best Bost beifer 1 year old 2d best Best hoifor calf 2d bost Committee J W Collins, Balnbridgo; B Bidlako, Muobod; Lucius Morriman, Burton. CLASS II—DEVONS. Best bull 3 years old and ovor 2d bost Best bull 2 years old 2d best Best bull 1 year old 2d bost Best bull calf 2d bost Best cow 4 yoars old 2d bost Bost heifer 3 years old Dip 2d bost Bost boifor 2 years old 2d bost Bost heifer 1 year old 2d best Best beifer calf 2d bost Committoc Delos Williams, Honry Gridloy, Hambdon; M B Burton; Wators, Middiefiold. CLASS III—GRADE BULLS. Best bull 3 years old 2d best Best bull 2 yoars old 2d best Best bull 1 year old 2d bost Best bull calf 2d bost Dip Committee Abram rholps, Montville; S Bodmau, Uuntsburgb; Edwin Douglass, Claridon. CLASS IV.—GRADE COWS AND HEIFERS. Best cow Dip 2d best uddi uuiivi m jvhisj 2d best Bost heifor 1 year old 2d best Best beifer calf 2d best Committee O G Hotchkiss. Burton; Lo vi Judd, Uuntsburgb; II F Mead, Hamb don. CLASS V.—WORK OXEN AND STEERS. Best S yoke ozon fron one township Dip 2d best Best yoke work oxen 4 years old 2d best Bost yoke steers' 3 years old 2d bost Bost yoke steers 2 years old 2d best Best yoke steers 1 year old 2d bost Best yoko calves 9il r-nst Committee Peler Hitchcock, Burton; Harvey Robb, Middiefiold; Lucius Parsons, Hambdon. CLASS VI.—FAT CATTLE. Bost yoko fat cattlo Dip 2d best Best fat bullock 2d best Best fat cow 2d best Best fat heifer 4,1 hnst Committee -WatBOn strong,iiuntRturgn; C A Vaughn, Cbardon; Ubaunoey uaruor, Chester. CLASS VII.—CATTLE OUT OF COUNTY Best bull over 2 years old Dip Best bull ovor l year old Best bull cair Best cow Bost beifer 2 years old Best boifor 1 year oia Best beifer calf Best yoko oxen Best yoke steors 3 years old Best yoke stoets 2 year old Best yoke steors one year old Beet fat oxon Best fat cow Uoat fAthullock w mi v a Committee u u Koiiogcunaraon; uonn Cottam,TbompBon;JobDMcaugDton,MODt CLASS VIII.—DAIRY COWS. r.nst 5 dairv cows from ono dairy ¬ ty for dairy purposos Dip 2d best Best cow for butter, to be determined by quantity and quality of butter made in 8 succeBivo days ' 2d best Committee Anson Shaw, Montville; Nel ion Parker. Chester; Edwin Tuttle.Munson, CLASS IX.—BEST HERD STEERS AND HEIFERS. Best B steors S years old by ono exhibit or Dip 2d best ' Best 5 steers 2 yoari old by one exhibitor ' 2d bost . BoBt 5 steers 1 year old by one exhibitor ' 2d best Best 5 beifors 2 years old ' 2d best ' Best 5 beifors 1 yoar old Oil hnit ' Committee Alanioa Moffett.Middlofloldj Daniel Hart. Mentor; John Murray 2J, Cbardon. CLASS X.—SWEEPSTAKES. Bost yoko work oxon Bost pair 3 yoar old steors Bost pair 1 yoar old aloors Best bull Dip t Bost cow Bost 3 yoar old heifer Committee Lira Rawdnn. Windsor: Thomas Carroll. Munsoo; Ezckiol Bail v. Parkroan. CLASS XI.—STALLIONS. Bost stallion 4 yoars old Dip 2d bost Bost stallion 3 yoars old 2d best Bost stallion 2 years old ' 21 belt Comm'ttoc S G Antisdalo. Russell: Dan iel Ilosmor, Parkman; L D Stansoll, Cbardon. CLASS XIL.—STALLIONS OUT OF COUNTY. Bost stallion Dip 2d best Committor B N Shaw. Chardon: R S Eddy Windsor; Chester Lamb, Troy. CLASS XIII—MATCHED AND SINGLE HORSES IN COUNTY BeBt pair of matched goldiogs over 4 yrs. old Dip 2d best wost pair matched goldings 4 yoars old ' ir goldinps 3 years old 2d best Best singlo horBo over 4 yoars old 2d best Bost singlo horso 4 yoars old 2d best Bost single horso 3 yoars old 2d best Committee Gooree Anderson, Palnes- ville: T H Sweoney. Cbardon; Orson Bar ker, Newbury. CLASS XIV.—MATCHED AND SINGLE MARES IN THE COUNTY. Bost matched marosover 4 years old 2d best Dip i i i t Bost matched mares 4 yoars old 2d bcBt Bost matchod marcs 3 yoars old 2d bost Bost singlo maro ovor 4 years old 2d bost Bost singlo maro 3 years old 2d best Committoc John Carroll, Munson; Otis Nowcomb, Parkman; H Damon, Chester. CLASS XV.—FARM HORSES OR MARES. Bost pair farm bories or mares Dip 2d bost Committoc Lester Moffott, Middlofiold; David Baloock, Munsou; Owon Maslick, Claridon. CLASS XVI.—BROOD MARES AND COLTS. Boat brood maro with colt by bor side Dip 2d best ' Bost borso colt 2 years old ' 2d best Bost horso colt 1 yoar old 2d bost ' Bost sucking horso oolt ' 2d bost ' Bost maro oolt 2 years old ' 2d bost Bost maro oolt 1 year old ' 2d bcBt ' Bost sucking maro colt ' 2d boat ' Committee Philo Pease. Hambdon: Jo el Curtis, Huntsburgb; Guy Smitb, Ivlrt- land. CLASS XVII.—MATCHED AND SINGLE HORSES AND MARES OUT OF THE COUNTY. Best pair matched horsoB Dip t Bost pair matched mares Bost singlo horse BoBt singlo maro Best brood maro and colt Committee Erastus Spencor, Claridon; B F Bcoville, Hambden; J O Tood, Chardon. CLASS XVIII.—SWEEPSTAKES. Best stallion of any ago Dip Best matcbod horses or mares Bost sinpla horso or maro ' Committee Lewis Waters, Orwol!; Job Roynolds, Middlofiold; II F Scott, Thomp- CLASS XIX,—ROADSTERS. Bost roadsters 2d host Committoo C C Jennings, PainoBvlllo; Eli Davton. Trov: Wm Stillwell; Auburn. CLASS XX.—JACKS AND MULES. Bost jack D'P 2d best Bestjonny 2d best Best pair matched mules 2d bost Best I year old mule Boat suckine mule Committoo Executive Committor. CLASS XXI.—FINE WOOL SHEEP. BoBt buck Dip 2dbo8t ' BeBt 3 or 6 ewes ' 2d best 4 Bost 3 or 0 owe lambs ! 2d best ' Bost buck lamb 4 Committoo 0 A B Pratt, Orwell; Lover ott King, Cbardon; Sidney Jones, Mesopo tamia. CLASS XXII.—COARSE WOOL SHEEP. Premium'same as fine wool. Committee Ellas Kiopsloy. Kirtland; John Chapman. Parkman; W R Munn, FAT SHEEP. Best sheep 2d best Committoo Chester Gee, Nov Lyme; D C Gridley, Hambden; Cyrus Kollogg, Claridon. CLASS XXIII.—SHEEP OUT OF THE COUNTY. Beat buck fine wool Dip Best 3 ewes ' Best 3 lambs ' Bost buck long wool 1 Bast S ewes 4 Beat 3 lambs 4 Committee David Robin 'tassoll;P'T TboropsoD.Middlefleldi D W Canfield, Char don. CLASS XXIV.—SWEEPSTAKES ON SHEEP. Bott luck Dip Bost 3 owes ' Bost buck lamb ' Bost 3 owe lambs ' Bost fat sboop ' Committoo Wm F Greer. Palnesvlllo; A E Sanborn. Kirtland; Chester Polmor, Cbostor. CLASS XXV.—SWINE. Bostboar ovor 1 yoar old 2d boit Bost boar under 1 yoar old 2d bost Bost sow ovor 1 year old Dip 2d pest Bost sow under 1 year old 2d bost Bost littor 5 pigs under 8 months old 2d best Committee Lyman Millard. Huntsburch; J T Morriman, Burton; Lewis Gorman. Claridon. CLASS XXVI.—POULTRY Best & chickens Dip 2d best Best 3 turkeys 2d best Best 3 geese 2d best Bost 3 ducks 2d best Beat display of poultry, other fowls discretionary Committee C L Taylor, Claridon; T D Laud, Claridon; Willis Cay, Uurton. CLASS XXVII.—GRAIN, Desi half bushel white winter wheat Best half bushel red winter wheat Dip Best half bushel spring wheat Best half buBhel oats 2d best Dest half bushel barley Best half bushel timothy seed Best half bushel clover seed Best half bushel seed corn 2d best Best display of different varieties seed corn Best display of seeds of all kinds Committee Samuel Ilaldiman, Clari don; William A Wood, Claridon; C N Moss, Huntsburg. CLASS XXVIII.—VEGETABLES. Best bushel potatoes Dip 2d best Best display potatoes bv one exhibitor 4 Best dozen carrots Best dozen blood beets BeBt dozen turnip beets Best dozen sugar beets Best dozen turnips Best 4 quarts top onion seed Best 4 beads cabbage Best 4 heads cauliflowers Best 4 heads lottuce Best peck onions Best peck small wVite beans Best peck large white beans Bsst and largest variety of beans Best and largest variety peas Best 3 pumpkins Best 3 Hubbard squashes Best 3 Boston marrow squashes Best 3 crookneck squashes Best watermelon Best muskmelon Best pock sweot potatoes 2d best Best tomatoes Best DepDcrs Best and largest variety of vegetables raised by 1 exhibitor Commilee A A YVilmot, Claridon; William Cay, Burton; Elonzo Parsons, Hambden. 4 CLASS XXIX.—FRUIT. Best 0 varieties of apples 3 each Dip 2d best 4 Best and largest variety tablo apples 4 named and labelled for exhibition 4 2d best 4 Best quinces Best variety pears 4 2d best 4 Best display of peaches 4 2d best 4 Best display of grapes 2d best 4 Best display of fruit of all kinds 4 2d best 4 Committee E J Feniss, Chardon; J II Stone, Painesville; Philip Wilson, Thompson. CLASS XXX.—DAIRY PRODUCTS. Best cheese over 1 year old Dip 2d best Best June cheese 2d best Best August cheese , 2d best Best September cheese 2d best Best 5 pounds butter 2d best 3d best Best butter made in May or J una 2d best T?pst r.WtiA without regard to ace Committee R C Lyon, Claridon; J I field. tiauiDueDi oumu ,,nu,, Huntsburgb. CLASS XXXI.—DOMESTIC PRODUCTIONS. TIONS. Best 6 pounds maple sngar Dip 2d best Best 5 pounds sorghum BUgsr 2d best Best gallon maple molasses 2d best , 2?est gallon sorghum molasses 2d best Best box boney 8 pounds or more 2d best Best pickles Best canned peaches Dip Beit canned cherries Best canned raspberries Best canned strawberries 4 Best display canned fruit Best dried apples Best dried peaches Best display dried fruit Best display preserves Best grape wins Best currant wine Best chorry wine Committee J C Hathaway, Claridon; J B Grist, Hambden; Frederick Hulburt, Thorn osoD. CLASS XXXII.—COOKERY. Best specimen by lady under 1 5 years oia 2d best BeBt 2 loaves wheat bread 2d best Best 2 loaves corn bread Dip 2d best Best raised biscuit 2d bsst Best soda biscuit 2d best Best show of cake Best show of pies Committee Kev. h, D Taylor and Lady, Claridon; Rev. T Radcliflb and Lady, Claridon; Rev. W II Hurlbutt and Lady, Cbardon. CLASS XXXIII.—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. FACTURES. Best 10 yards woolen carpeting Dip 2d best Best 10 yards rag oarpeting 4 2d best 4 Best patchwork quilt 4 2d best 4 Best all wool coverlet 4 2d best 4 Best cottou and wool coverlet 4 2d best 4 BeBt white bedspread 4 2d best ' Best 5 yards white home-made flannel ' 2d best . Best 5 yards colored home made flan- nel 2d best 4 Best 6 yards tow cloth . 4 2d best 4 Best 5 yards kersey linen 4 2d best 4 BeBt table linen 4 2d beat ' Best 5 yards fulled cloth borne made 4 2d best 4 Best i pound linen thread 4 2d best 4 Best 5 noundfcdressed flax 2d best Best 1 pound stocking yarn 2d best 4 Be&t pair linen stockings 4 2d best Best pair woolen socks ' 2d best 4 Best pair linen socks 4 2d best 4 Bert pair fringe mittens 4 2d best 4 Best afghan 4 2d best 4 Best hearth rug 4 2d best Committee Rufus Waters and Lady, Claridon; L C Treat and Lady, Claridon; F M Leonard and Lady Thompson. CLASS XXXIV.—FARM IMPLEMENTS. Best mower and reaper combined Dip Best mower 4 Best single plow for sward land 4 2d best Best plow for stubble land 4 Best double plow 4 Best subsoil plow 4 Best straw cutter 4 Z?e8t corn and cob mill 4 J5eBt fanning mill 4 2?est 3 pitchforks 4 Best, 3 band rakes 4 i?esl 3 hoes Beat grain-cradle 1 Mt roller 4 e8t horse rake 4 Jest horse pitchfork 4 2d best 4 Z?est cultivator 4 2?est ox yoke 4 Z?est road scraper 4 Bea grindstone j?est Barrow 4 test seed drill 4 2?est wheelbarrow 4 2?est show of Agricultural implements by one exhibitor 4 Committee William Richards, Char don; G Wilder, Painesville; George Manly, Claridon. CLASS XXXV.—MECHANICAL. Best parlor atove Best cooking stove 2d best Best double carriage Best buggy Best farm wagon Best pleasure sleigb Ucst norse siea Best cheese vat Best cheese press Best churn Beit cabinet work Best blaoksmith work Best tanner work Best shoemaker work Best saddle and harness work Best joiner tools Best sewing machine 2d beat Committee Levi Loey, Hambden; Ri P. Par sons, Chardon; George Tribbee, Claridon. CLASS XXXVI.—PICTURES & FLOWERS. Best display of oil paintings V'P Best crayon pictures Best photographa Best ambrotypss Bust lithographs : Best display flowers J)jn Best display green-house plants Best display shell work 2d best . Best display cone work 2d best . Best hand boquet (flat) . Best round boauel Best verbenas Beat dahlia Best rosea Best fuchsia Best wax flowers Best and most beautifully arranged show of floral design of living flowers Best exhibition ol penmanship Sdbest i r Best design of farm house with specifications Other articles discretionary. Committee J. O. Converse and Lady, Char don; Sylvester Clnnp and Lady, Huntsburgb; M.L. Msynnrd and Lady, Hambrfcn, Class XXXVII.—MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Best piano Dip 2d best Best mclodeon 2d best Other instruments discretionary Committee II R Beach, Hambden; William T Chardon; F R Claridon. CLASS XXXVIII.—FANCY NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROIDERY. 2d best Best display of ornamental work lieot display millinery work Best knit shawl Best fine shirt hand made Best display German worstsd embroidery Best raised embroidery Best muslin embroidery Best lace embroidery Best original pattern embroidery Best embroidered collar Best embroidered slippers Best embroidered handkerchief J Best crochet tidy Best lamp mat Isest watch caso Best needle book Best pincushion Best ottoman -Best specimen rochet work Bost embroidered talma Bast card basket -Best tablespread Best braided work Best tidy Committee Misa Laereda Taylor, Cls ridon; Mrs. J. O. Teed, Cbardon; Mrs. J. W. Collins. CLASS XXXIX.—UNENUMERATED ARTICLES. Premiums discretionary with Committee J. T. Andrews. Claridon: T. C. Wells. Claridon: A. B. Claridon. M. L. MAYNARD. Secretary. Apologies. An anoloev Is like a mud hole well enough In its place but very much like mud-bole out ot place ior instance in lady's parlor Some poopie are rorever apologising, ii vou visit to em nuannoncea, you are overwhelmed witn excusesj xnoir aweif tag may bo In perfect order, their table bountifully snpplivd, and yon must ba bored apologetically, iney seem to tnin K their guests entertainment lies wholly la the region of his stomach or fnrniture ar rangements. Apologies always make mo feel nneasy. They seem like half hidden, inslnntionas that I am an unwelcome visit or. An humble meal without the vinegar of excuses, served with a Joyous and smiling face, is a luxury a luxurious repast, welt Savored wltn apologies, is bitter to tne taste. This bablt of apologising for minor matter Is a suro token of 111 breeding, ft indicates that you are careless and an. thoughtful In your private relations to those with whom you associate constantly, and ought to covet your attentions, while yon lavish your compliments upeo your 1 five hundred frionds." If your house Is orderly enough for yonr husband, it Is In nrnnnr nrrlnv for av forafon minister. If your table is fastidious enough in its ar- ranarflmAnta fnr vnnv familv. 11 is onaA enough for those who may stop to dine wltb you. If you work or oversee yonr affaias, do not apologise for every spot of grease wdioo may nave unioriuuoieiy bubcuuu themselves to your work dress that morn Ino! vnnr hnahand doel not anoloffiaa for bis work apron, or soiled pants, or shirr, in the harvest field. Dress according to nnr hnninoftn Urn a.cenrdino' to vonr In- como, but do not apologise. If your friends come unexpectedly, if you have any feel ings or regara ior mom, uon i oTerwauita them w-ih excuses, and bore them with the recitals of the "might bavo boens," "If you only knew tbey were coming." Make up the deficiencies with your conversation and heartlnesa of welcome; do not make them worse with useless apologies. WmTB Slavebt in England. The Earl of Sbaftosbury, in the House of Lords, has stated that in five of the eastern counties. "drivors" hire children of both sexes from tbeir parents, and then let out their labor to the farmers at so much per score or acre. "Many of tbo 'undertakers' or 'gang drivers' are persons of very drunken hab its, and tbeir treatment of the children was harsh and cruet" that Is to say, they bavo the natural propensities of slave-drivers. The bishops and clergy bear testimony to the fearful demoralization which results from these children gangs. .Steps are taken to redress the great abuse. Tm tnii Is nnOfn. hilt It OOoIs thfl bfOW of the fevered one; sweetens the summer atmosphere and rippies tne suriace 01 tne i.i... inin ailvAi- snsnerlna nf hnant. So goodnoss of beart, though invisible to the material eye, moaea iu proocuvo mn, uu, from its effects npon surrounding things, we are assured of its existence. During the stormy days of 1848, two stalwart moVocrata entered the bank of the late Baron Anselm Rothschild, at Frankfort. ''Y?9!1"' lions on millions," said tbey to him, "and we have nothing. You must ( "Very well: what do you suppose the firm of Rothschilds is worthf" "About forty niionii florins" "Forty millions, yon think, ehl tiow, then, there are forty millions of people in Ger many, will be a florin apiece. Hera's yours " Uiat Wrr was Jeff. Davis so anxious to reach the ,.i. iwaiiaa ha axnected to be able to con ceal himself in the skirts of the forest, lr you would find a great many faults, b-a on the lookout; if you would find them Instill greater abundance, be on the look in.