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m a i i I'll I t I ii II II I I ' A . -' ' 3-$BrrkIq arailq Sourna!, Drnotrb to fmtom, Slgriruito, litrrafarr, (Ebarafion, loral Sntrlligrnrr, anb tfrr 5lfms of tjjt Dai. HAPGOOL & ADAMS. $1,50 pee AjnmM, nr adtascz. VOL. 45, NO. 3 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, I860. WHOLE NO. 22 96. IM . IN s ft? BIRXUM'S nillDWIJIE STOUE, At Warren Trumbull Co , Ohio, IS now 61 Vd kh rnnpl Bvk. rrtte with the late styles of UOI'SK TRIM MING? art Mtxt tfctiraMc cura tainlint Minds. CarnBia iiiteiK.stosupply Paints, Oil. VarnUh. ftc. Inclusive f A. Nn I. Ti T-. Kx tin Ziic try an. I in Oil; as0.gieriorfq ilitjr gaaud in Whirr Vr-tih, for .rl j- Barnum will sell Mercti:inf at' jollibf PAict. atid defies competition to airt4 natst'te of Nev York. ud herewith sends his c'M1iMeu to demlrrs thu he is repard to diitIicte the rtces of New York If . Iticlulinc the tranfartmtinn 1 only n those cUiki of sroous vbere it iorsjis a crest . per centum of the cost. Now on hand and shortly to "svrrir (iocs. cyth-. Pickle (not Danie1.) 9c? the :o:ie t-o cr. Kill.-, IUk-s. Kiuvt-s d Funs spring. While tcad. aul Oil. Barnum keeps a fresh stock of 0AOltrRY. Kutice thi who want to buy go-nit low; Harness Trasuincs sIil lo Vu at Lmh-r oM low Bau Uaods sold Carriye Triraj-as and Moss sM I low. Barnum has some fine Pist ls, rfir Harretl hoMeiv. R Be Ram-1 Is, Locks. Trippers a yrsj-ra) lot of Gaa Triaiiiirs. j Barnum would make further mention of the ?adMeiy tra- e. hy fvBiarktnc that h has laid in ha entie stock of ihat cUs of od fiots th- head dealers and in?M.r rrs. and he will sell e- ry thiuic in that lire at low-t rates. Barnum invites attention to his Card herewith aiiexed : ROLLA II. BARXLM, t-iusr oft:!Ea.vii o. DEAI.K11 IN Ilardwarr, Nails, Paints. Oils, .mil N. B. Job IlEAVtir is evf.kt Depakt- MKKT. AFP NIlIKU Mfc-.CIINT- GKKAT KCILITIE FOR FILLI.Vi; t'P i'lIEAT. Oa hatd anil to arrir V seUs BufgJ 8rings , i sett Ai'cS. 4USJ lbs. Dandjr Tire. BARNUM IS SELLING HOUSE " TIlIMMtNGS CHEAP. G. BROOKS, is at the Ancil SV vtt Itrnsii and filler Rands, a- aoc Di.r Lwefcs, m - - Ijuw-1.I aad new f.f .r. -T-pTn frvta- t" - Oood U l lUkes. ' ' ' ' . ' - . - - I T Til IS SIGN OF TI1S "ANVIL." t PAINTS ARE SOLD LOW. I!W Kefs aismted Na'ls. ' 3tt Stukes. 4 " S.4 Irons, list White tead, l.-a - Suo Zii. BE SURE AND BUY YOUR i IKO OF BAllNLM ' - ; j rv vi.s t th -AsviL." bVX VAKMVH T TIIK-ANViL." j ItfY SI-KINGS AT THE aSVIL." j IWI sell RliMl lllirfM. im3 ki.irmu F-kl. 1H 4S. Tm aU Tt-le Siovns. list " Cut big Iran S .. ' : m. ALWATS IN TIIK AHKKT. - ' .- . f , ALO AlS KKABV TO SlilX I.0W. . - t -1I.XS HAVE A BIG STOCK. ALWAYS KKKf CllvlCE STYLES. I it ' IVancn, l!y '6, ner r : II a rl wa rc f u jr r s) ' De,.r..f u.tiHi.,r,.n-,.i.n,.he.r, Huswi Trantr. a stmi eer i- iaa4 mif ta sett to .o.. at fair K..Miio,eadu, keep of o..i u,u1i.ai aui jail, aaa-ae.i. . tsu . th-,.. aaa u a. her " -fc" - r.n ..n. k- 1W.1-. I.- . mimi A.i.uii.i..n, ... .i.- J ' - r Reserve. ROLLA II BARNUM. ICy F THE NVII., ' WARKEff,- THUMBVLL COUNTY. O., of . t 1 .... . . ... Jealer n 3T AILS. PALSrS. &c..&c .. Iinxi P. Wooaarar. W. FLsaiaa Siito jthe ! be i be ' U 00DSU3Y- L SMI I'll, J roams sale or no. u. water strek r. ". ,. SLXV YORK. OTI COMMISSION MERCHANTS, , j ' HF.FI'.I.KNClvS: W T rai.ta.a c Co. I timio niutfo. Ceaarr. btu jn tr FsxiKa at lUnaaasaaua ' I i as i.e. VVock A MonaK . a ' Siicivi A Dillwoktr. r.ttsiioreb. Pa. Iwumm A Mobuas, V arn-u. . S.T.P031ER0Y . 10 it... iiiai -..Uv.u. . dea i 4 11 rubliC Uiire,J lcVl aad O.; been .DOABD-IAIf. GRAY A CO.. Dun- I J Si 1 MTenl ataes fint Cla (ianas ail ' n.JiirkeHM..irc-. ae..i.tiv ... h.,,0 -raeraet.aaM p.!""" r?!'"r. "V von a r.aaas vaaa aa -ier iw w ...,dr...ier -'UV;.l"r-. -'" ' ... 1 .. . ... .. i .rawi(i jr.M-ae;t,, --.. 1 MnaMlaunttti I a.waaw -J - lin.Ci-il ... m a-na CnrSireatars aiLk fall rartirolars. JalJs,-n J! ; t u.T. rOJlKKOr. . 1. p(eM j KKjUOVAf. rpHE NEW -YORK BOOK STORF L hasaa reaaaaa tatka ae aaiMiag aa Maia rt.vheratac saiser.ier vsala a. ha.pr la see all Ms ml4 Iriaaaaacata.Aa kasaa bao4 a faaA assort . ifcl'. tal-ee. ( .airax I. lefia ) w M."ATSn. LIFE OF LINCOLX and bi- pubUr Hiki tha aaty aatharlMl alta. priea ti -emu. jas. raSee at ADAMS BOOK STOKJi ..i: my den Poetry. For the Chronicle. LISTENING. BY LIBBIE S MORGAN. Listen, listt-n. h, my sj-irit, Miinn'ring luasic. Iiu-B, lirnr it Flimting from tlir tvtlniiU tar'; Hnie Utn Si'j:U'inWr brer. Chill. I.nt lTr-ui'g ii tr frrn-, AnJ 'tii such tu me tliry bear. HumewarJ fnrtil the hill tc) 8 drifting, fnil, 411J U-.t3.-ts lifting. As thy lightly wend their Toa tern Inline, where heating WarniU ith a friendly greeting. Waits a heart for what they suy. Soft the ra lenc.-, sweet the whi, r As the chilli-- of liells ar T--s-er, Fa!!.i he.r nmsie 011 nir ear Fi rwar-i. eaxtwnr-1 h-wly i-eii-iing Every !;. (iiicly l.-ii-iin I o invoke th iuit tii-s ri-r I .!! '.ringing r iz-un !y, Y.- have brought the lmis..ge j-un-ly, liici- ai trusted to -ur r.-.re; A11I wiit-n lk.c-kaard e rc i.tii g. May ye find soft n- h rs lilting iiriJI dower 111 Arr hair. S"eet-r mish! I ueVr could write it For Iter m'hoe pure heart itidit d I he dear song I hear tu t.ight; If the one m hum in. tlieiluwer, Guu- Jaiid cherish it each lit.ur, K -epiug all i:s colors bright. Listen still my spirit ever, Ah.it sill, and weary ntv.r Wnilc thuse eastern lire.-zes biing. Of reiuein!irat:ce, such sweet token, Wor is of love so kindly s;okea. Round tue e'er socloic tiiey'll cling. Leon. Monroe Co.. Wis. 1 I . j 1 ! j 1 j ! j ! IF WE KNEW. If we knew the cares and cnifses Crowding round our m-ijj'.Uir's way, If we kl.cm the little loest. Sorely grievous, day by dny. Would we then so often clii-ie him For his lack of th rift and gain Leaving on his heart a shadow. Leaving uu our liv.s a stain. If we knew the clouds above us. Held by gentle hi-stints I In re. Would We turn am ay all iis miiling, lu our idiu-iand eak d s, airT Would We shrink from little shadows, Lying on the dewy grass. While 'tis only Mr-is ol Kd n. Jnst in in rev flying asl7 If We knew the silent fU ry, tniv- ring tlie lu-art of r ain, W'oiiM tiur aotuauhot.! ditrediHiiu them liat-k to haunts of gni.t auiu? Life hath many a tan-il- d cr-$ii g, Joy hath many a break of o--. And theche. ks. t- ar-w ashed, m -ait.-st- This the blessed angels know. Let reach within our 1noiii. For t he key to oth. r's Ii v. s. And. wilh love tow.tr Is i rriiig n.itiin-, Cii'-rish g. tliat still surviv-s; & that, when our lisro -e 1 sj-irits So;.r to r--alu: of liht niin. We in ly say. IK-ir Katln-r. jn us As w judged our fellow -men. de-ejK.-i.cd j j h-r Miscellaneous. MORNING AND AFTERNOON. It was the freshest of April moriiina?, with a ftft wind that had rifted all man of sweet sex-tits from dimided li-llows. purpled over with young violets, and fo'.i-: st-vam! ta.y brook-sides, friu-ed with anemone ! - ..v.i .t... ,t. ..:. J I revive many a weary dweller among paving stones, ilrs. Ardcn. st.iudin? at j r . . , . , r T r ; r wunlow. Kkel down at the feet earth that eitv ,KX.ple dignify by the till, j . i .. .,I 1 r. I. .1.. . "garden." and felt the sunt.y spring : the influences even tl tre. "What a Lively mornins." she said to ' herself, "this is the very time to put my I , ... , uaiuias iuio uc "roun'i. anu taKC care 01 . . . Jrv ' roses; how fortunate that to-day will i a comparatively leisure time to me !-! a comparatively leisure time to me Women don't often get rolcased from the domestic treadmill, and what wi th aprit. ! eaniti. I ! got slave for the last among the flower roots, and I shall feel as urns T"f "T"': . US5.C " uexu iiierjujr a wave lor ti.9 1 three months. Once out in the open air. ' though I were eutcring a new life " j t. lf 11 tf 1 . 1 f-llltv jguoraui .ura. Arueu. uau sue liven . c 1.- .11 1. ..! uc tainj years om wiiuoui Knowni" ' cl : j . 1 ..... 1 . .1 . a luunieu. wuiuau ou'-iu not : iircaiue : s-...v:- i. .. .... ........ :r :. J .,u3..v. .1 .l0 perfectly proper and convenient? Mr. Ar- -at.-... - . 1 A . . had Lid out an "tntirelv different t ro-1 .rr:,,, r I.Ja T ..le .tr... ; i. a .tw. j.,i..n . ..-.. 1 isu't buying: j pose Nelly, can't yon fix this coat som.-how? ' ... . . . . : Tlicrc a aomethin" latehy about the collan ; 1 can t,ll .We trouble is ron'n. so -- J .... tul; m ,.. , i -lut jus. arn.u iw it uv w ins uauus aim i ... ar ir jf..cn.irmnlp 1 ii.M wa full I-.I - zt j :.: l .1 -..!! 'w.i.u 11. uiraut. ii.lj iucrv w3 lull three hinirs work at it -And Nelly if you wouldn't mind al-,lovJ" to teriug these shirt bosoms they're all in a wriukle--the pattern was a bad one." "Yen insisted on having them made ac- i t.. ...,:.t .4 : h-r wiuiuz . 11 u w l'.LiLi u. oiiiivo a.aiusi . advice." -Well, I know I did." replied Mr. Ar rather sheepishly. "Martiu said it was he a ol one, but Martiu dou't kuow every- thng" j -I wish you had found that out before the darts were made," eaid Mrs. Ardt-n, petulantly. I say" interposed her spouse, appar- cntly rather desirous of changing the suV I jwt -what are you going tj have for din- ' ... ntr. . I don't know. I'm sure." was the v.-xeil reply. "I believe men arc always thitik- itii about eating no gooncr is bre.-.kfast over than dinner begins to disturb them." "I wish y-iti would make one of those puldins 1 like mike it yourself for Su- san always m mgles it We havcu't had otic for a long time now." Ihete oes the ladv of leisure that was to have put mv carden in sii'-h biautiful '' order." sighed .Mrs. Ardi-n. ' "O. 1 1i-jW." said htT lnnni,l. enntom. plating his whl k rs in the da v u care aV-ut sar'en wo k. -what do A woman ought t . fi id her chief h ipi.iues.s in domes- iL- duth-s. I dou'i approve f this ev-r- Lstiu;! fi l.a tiiiL- alwtit flowers." "Harry." said his wife, "you would not l at all c-.titeiit.-d if your offi work wjs so 1 endless that V"u tteVi-r 2-t a moment s time to m. k,- a cigar, or read a book or tncwspajKr!" ivi'iu-u .nr. .trutu. uebuat u ingly. but then "U arc not a man." ".No I kiow I am not. said llrs. w Arden. quickly; "if I were, my wife w-3 should have a little leisure time to breathe occasionaily." Mr A rden went out shutting the door Iu with some vehemence Wbind him. I never did sec such a complaining set as wo:n?u are." was his internal reflection as he walked rapidly down the street Two or thi-ce hours steady work soon dispossessed of the press of office business -Taitiug him. and he threw himself back in a chair to rest aud look over his news- eiKT. But the balmy wind funnel his aul forehead Ii c uar.-otie incense, and the seusation of "dolio far nictitc" was inex- pressibly delightful the closely printed columus became a mere ennfused blur, and S'' the first .Mr. Ard.-n knew, he was not ex- actly asleep pcrha,.!, bat ccrUialy njt tl,:,t vcrv wide awake. he " m when Ni I!y had lax-n a bridt- bl- Some-thin'; carried him bit': tt tV timr -3 fw .l. ... i iii . itlllll r.MO I ir.i ii, n.mni,.. ' - IIV. ...u':i.i- Wei the Muc light of her eyes and the ?on3 and s..tin l.ri.d.r.in. f .,.r .n.,.l..e; ... l. had gr-.wu wan and weary lo k ni since those days. Was it pssible that he hid becu lacking ii c-ire and tenderui-ss ? It was rather an uneasy twinge of c-.n-scicrce. f ir he di I l .vc her. rattle-brain aud thou-htless as he was. are n. -ll'A will lie. thought of her sittin:; alone throu di sies theLloiious A.-rildav. bendiu- ov. r the ",J wo.k he had a--si .lied her. until the ..alior on her ch-.k, and the ryes grew dim and lustreh-ss-ho rom.-mWd tho v mai'V. many das she bad sK.nt iu th-i same weary some occupation. No winder that the little g.rdi u was a sunny Sn.t to no aoiid.-r that she lovol the II .wois -c fii.-shui.-ss seemed to revive In r wh-de c A mail m ly be very cruel to a woman ti of feti.-es v..,. without either beating her or d, nying her Sit 1.1-ces.Mties of life. Siif.posc she should drift away from lain like a delicate le f un a swift ru-hiu! She was not stron: when a narrow grave and a white he-.id- cill aro the Hoshdldcrlatthem-re i.lcx va.. 1 -tbc tiiue mi-'Iit conic ..ii stone w-uld be all that remained of las a" lir.i.. ...I ti...o,l,..,,l.l l. e... ,. . o mem e these t.ings? He started up from the troubled network . i .v. . l. 1 . if but ofjofiancy that had woven itself into a vague dream; the sunshine lay brightly on ' . . . . it., II -...I ..r ,.l..l- U"J- --..-.- . ii, ., i. ... .. i :.t. t... ,..li tuins ,.nted to the hour at which Le usually floor, and the Augers went home to dinner. l he pudding was made . ' -m vuu ti tu " . , ... sniuc prime oruer tue uiisaiisiaciory suina . 3 . . WuU ripped apart, and Nelly, though pale and tired-looking. came to the door with a aml smile to greet her husband. j "Why. Harry, what on earth have you au'1 there?" she exclaimed, as Mr. Ardc. came up the steps, stagg-ring uuJe-r the anu and verbenas which he had brought, ' 1:ttore:, .ec,a'me..M ur.Arac, vamt up iuc bu'i-9, rvag-uog uioji .01 weight of two or three blossoming gcratii 0 1 town, with iucredib'e difS-1 ; a from dowu J : rr? .-i 1. .ii-i . a , e of " I hoii'lit von J like some uawers for c --j 1 1 .. 1 ii .. ...1 the warden, mv dear, exnlaincd he: ami - , Nelly strai-htway save him a cood old a - - - - , W : t,lP . . Iasi bond terage le. "Aud now. saw ne alter uiuncr. -mere much to do you aud garacu-wora. at the office toay-sui. 'v,:, i dL.rotc ti,c afteruoon to wI,OMJ 1 uevotc me .iteruoou t We can make the little ve can mace me nine & iiiok ' ' . 1 1 . . i- i . place as Ueat 33 ! on. mnr. uai i w . . . . ...... . e exclaimed she. witu orignteueu eyes; w those shirts" I , ia .,1 i,,,,- .v. a;,,, u 'm nit f nnt v. ia see your chee..s a little redder, my yacDl silk Mrs. Arden wondered in her secret , . .. . ..... 1. heart what Uaa wroug n mis agreeaoie not t 1 change she uidn t xnow anyming aoout . husband's dream. Life Jiuist ruled. I j 6ires . -.t,,i.l bad best make it as good as possible. round No man can avoid his own company so our lva.,1 luu. MnVa I f S HAOil a tailCa?l I al COMING BACK SOON. fn-ro tlio quiit of Lis native vilhipo. to .t will I-Mk !i ill s idly -m I h df c .t.::a - i-msly -n t!ie ol-l f:iiu:Ii..r place where his ' "You are coming baik soon?" everyone says to the eager boy who is going out make his way iu the great bustling World biyoud. I -Oh. yc as soon as I have made my f - t .1 , 1 i.i ' ion unc. is mt lauging repiy. aui tue ; good-byes are cxhangitl. atd the yelliuS ftagc coach r lis off. bcnriiig more hope and , happiness npu its ba k seat than with the same oceupuut it will ever bring back ; aga'. j "Coming bac' soon!" The boy little knows that he never can come hie ! .tue- j thing may cmuc tint will be taller, and "lore graceful, aud more attractive, and call parents father and mother oinrt ing'tend tu youm wissc4uu Diii;iaiy nappy, ca- h-ieful and 111 loeent has gone f-.rev- Is this v ir.z la- erI ; ' "ming iat.lt wi l Is this y .nr.g la- b" rinj-l-twl and fl-uinx-d :md gl-v.d. who P'J I'i 'n" to a charm and Uks as- katicc at the kit. hen twel and a bi-.nm. the sun nrowtu-u. goon naiurea nine .uaic wu0 worc ,,or hiir iu curls, flying in the summer wind but this young la.isU s i - - -- n accorhngto the I .ten fas'a .u. Ma gi.: I ...ii.. t i t i t r re a muc r1"-" nock, winou nau ai- J-1"'- b-f ro his visi r.i as the m st J charming tliiugiucxistciice: but "Mii Mar- gimte arnys her dainty Ii u'us in the it wt oxpeusive silks, an 1 woars hoops of such vast circumference that he Can only ,0"k "u ani1 d"rc at resp.vtful distance, Sometimes, as they sit side by side, he re- members the old times, and half wishes they could come bic again but his first ( gncc at the composed face beside him an s fates th. i lea. and he heaves a kind ru ful si"h, and lets it pass away. By of h?' "Mil!3 Marguerite is married to r' U nian old emmgh t be a grand- ,iiU,c'r- "c g-es to uer wcuoaig: ana lc , 'Jri" ""health in tac U-st of wine i t it i t dretoi !a nclf of a wjilthy wue. ; ..... ..... tI,!l,ks lt Wl" 1 ,1' tJ ,Ilsh- aUl1 lc ,u"st h:,vc a" eJe t ,!''"-' wen , if !.ivc.s himself away. The fast young . . ' . in and the woiiian of raslnoii mm-t ofti n. it ee-toftm. if t and ,,rl mI. have ... ... ih.-ir say city life but the b.y and girl . .. ... .. . . nj.oti V . O.. 1 1-J 1 11 ll .. I- I r .-7.il--.,. u.lc .. Graying aw .y tMether overthrsfaw. y u.o,,: thin ,fs.iy,k,:o;h,:u. -Y.i bank an.'" rry Holds and daisi.il pisturcs l-..i .i ;o. coming baok -ooii.' "CV.iuini b n-kl" W!n cv,-r 3'ct c u j back, and f-uu I all thitms uti.:hau :e'i ! ! An lll. nn thii Inmi nmi h nnl ni-ula .1I.I e m V1MI .. ..... ...... v. ....j miss here a trec. here a patch of d.ii j den 11-. ,1 1. au, WHKer " al11 UCK anJ la iC an f:,rm ,l"u c J'"1 f'-dly 1 H'1 ""tlat y-ur -lay in 1 n -rati .. j K,,tcr t!,c tow" ,s " hWJ ' f ,i'" S yo.l i-i 1 .v tat -J i y 'l s.e. U iiy is puny little villi'?, wit'it'i: pic is int walks 3-0U used to live, turned int ar-a'd- u- si-ltsw.iiks. m I pawd with ron best . t-igc stones, with old familiar lo-u-.s and d rtm!elel and in-wly j aintcil. till l..a. :.ilrl...l...d.. ,rV ..r;n. ,.e,..,-.!.;... 1. chaiig.-.!. and yon. it m.y most of :i ! ted ,Wn' wil1' in "ut M U' the foriiH of those-y-u loved, who p -sitiou no scattered a .y. and try ti p i,-lc m du-ty sic ts wit'i m rc b.-h.cc 1 fa .vs. 1 guc.-s i i . r. . . i aujcecu. .suu-t. pur. puc ue-neuio, . . a. al a. ..! . a . . . A . ! ru;illlM,u 11,11 a,-llc w' n;ai u j mv j ariiiti;! heart? a1 it wise in you. aft;r .l - " i. . 1- i f. a-t . - a : a, V -; 'J lautitul. to lo k at but when afar off. we the streteb out our bands to bring t ucarer. it v'nt.'hes. and leaves nothing iu our grasp thiu aud unsubstantial air. ; , , , I .- - "T? ,"" w : " .ii.i iiiua ciiinut ii i mi r.niiiii'ip jiin i K-i. "" ..u.- , u... , .............. ., .... . vwect sciucmiug u.-.-r very uear. ; is - ,:..,i. : 'v. ' falling through the casement will never tiou. 1 rls 011 me Here any more, otic 01 : 01 r..iu-.... Iko. b.-en road:, shut t ba.k ' new rum:,ncc ,,a8 Ucn 'caJ: sLut ,U'e J ! neWi' ut lt . M that might have ing blessed me 'much I might have b ved ' y -u mu' L lLat 1 caD "f ,0 wevt : utu" consecrated this little ro,n: I vm waiu uiiiim-m "vie uj tuuiu, ' "'T-TT6, ., ' - I Ueadm of beauty. ! Well . . . 1 1 1. ii.i .1 t'Ut lucre isa 1a11.1-u.aua u w vueru is , K-tter land where all the lost light and loveliness-' ucver i 11 .. I li:e shall cluster arouu j slory it his won tor us e . .e,... .i,.,n k.. laud herc there shall be u- . ,.,.. ., . ,, t?m i.ant.v and the ul the Z - - . ., ' l.l ' and the free, shall alike know the vou !.- us w:tu teuton, oUt . ...a ' here: 1 here is . Loo . . U,vlutst attI"t " I"vc - The . less . ..... ten luce roLtTESESS He whohasahcart ,, : .-.,. tvlli:a ..j :ii tn. .11 o - c " .. rja fellow men. and who is guided ', ;.. ......... . ... did me exercise oi uiosc leciius uy pinxi i ..... J I their t.n uinriA m ii. mile lw.1 r. ni'in . rv t the exercise of those feelings by good 1 imnininn B.T.M. ia th. trill? tWiltti man I'o. f doM ot in wcar; a wMtc j gb.ve, and graxfu'ly lifting your hit . acuaainUnce: it dots' ' 1 iu aitificial smiles and flatter .. but irl aCU(X anj hl,nest je. have i fit to promote the happiness of those a-1 emi in fha tv:uli!ieS4 til aiirifi.-tf vou; in the readiuess to sicri!ice' otfn ease and comfort, to add to the scaled ..1 omfort and enjoyment oi others. ' is EDITORIAL LIFE—A TRUE PICTURE. Pi J it ever occur to you. most agrceaMe render, that editorial lue is not an unruf- i a .ut; . th .t his readers nny not b - we .r-, ied by loin; articles. To write a I0113 cs- j fled wa? Did you ever pause in W ing over a newspaper, to thit.k of the ceaseless toil . . x . . ..! l . r. ... t.- .1 in-cvsary w jinniuL- nr iuu i"iuimi.- you eisilysean? This cditrial writinij what a C3 ts-Ies- tpi)in of the briin it is! No m.itt.-r how he feels the paper ma-X le not out at ths app intel tim;. and his ustnl cjutribu:i jus mist C.l the accu-t- toiued niche. I he Hunted space ot a newspaper column docs not allow the editor to treat any kuj- ject at large. He must not attempt to cx- discussion. ri matter what he writes iujw.yna wu..uU,u,i roller. I.ut it he U.s either, ten chances . in a l-m; -.ilit-oi il service, wc have veutur- . otic he wi.l Ii.-ar ot it Un -e or twi c. in a l-.ng ..UMri il sc. v;ce. wc Have veutur- ed M do this .laiigerous thins. Fi.rtun.itc- j Ij we heard no . .ipl auts. thoiiih we have no dou .ts many were uttered. .Now aui mni. u-uci. rC1M.cw.T..iTii.uy.m.. by a brother savin? to us: "That wa- a very -hx1 article of yours, in last wck's - - w is called off before I had time to naish n F-Jitoiial writing is pleasant enough, and ea-y enough to on; who is accustomed to when nc has ouce .ictcrminci wnat nc to write aViut. Hut this selection cf topics is nt easy. For a single paper or tw.i. any mm will fi.i 1 su y'cets at hand; but when it cnies to writing for the same readers year ia aud year out whcii one calls up the su yccts already prescntc-i, . me briefly, somj tare clabjrUely. cither by himself or correspondents, the difficulty st lectinj so as to avoid self repetition is quite i-roWussini As to waiting till something sugjests itself till it cones to you tuat is out ot the question. 1 lie re- speetaMe but ill-nim.-I Iy is already at i t iv a - your door. He is call.n for copy. iou ... . .... m'Ht Slt d"wu auJ wr,te at oncc- " ,,at half a dozen persons are in the office dis- cussins char.-h matters or politics? What ' . . a some irrevefnnt mtetrosatorv is uracl some imvelni.t intetmsatory is ur2ed ..... -f ... . , w.th stngular nidations of oM.v.ousn ss o what you arc about or n-..t? oti must fe-el - - . . With singular mdwitions of oMiviousncss of .... . t t- . e i ..v ...v. '" mr way through, like a nun walking in a narrow piss .luring a d irk u.gl.t: and Lav- n;l eac',,,1 the cn 1 of yuir sh.-t. you n, .y ..... . tiaiisean l t..ti-a oii nvit i. and torn a- .1 pause and tukc a long baMth. and turn a- wiy in search aft r some other su'ject 1 there is no end of this, for as soon as or l li. 1.11 li:ivtfi urn ii.T.iil t ir aiiaihitiiIvi. I'm hui. . , .. . . -i... . -v. of another is upon you from the G t " T . ' 1 1 " TOS ,n MmtTJ w " l 1B ccmV-r. I'.ut to the writiu- of e-litori .Is is to be mr. r s-iu-what 5rst t r t " S.rite of othtrdsfes. Here a eorrcjHOutence, well me?ut an lull ot Sensible sayiu-.'s. But it is badly written. perhaps badly spell d. chips pwly put her. V-m in.ist grover it You inii-t ih "tit an unuciX-ssary word yonder. You milt b- a grjmm iri.tn fir the writer, who .s .. -e..r h. .r I ,r ., n.i.,.;f. Li.iivlf to w.i with-, it revision.4 You l U A"rt I? irngul .r em.- for the press; where vou cannot .ke out ex ictly what he intended to write, at it. and let your readers have the e. e our gucsM.ig. jlt l . 1 . . iu rcau ui:wHuer' iir p-i.mmc is a very asaiit eiuhytucnt But here arc twm ;.. ii. .i i . 1 ! 'ruing ma... iou i..xe scissors in baud and "lunec over then. What a treat would this be to some people ;a.-ple who have leisure to read them through. Hut your work is to seissorizc , , - , . ' u -re " J"'" ,ur "7 i , . j ... ... . . - i ic i i ....... lt .. iu ,o.u va k.i iasi.nvA.iv. uus ., ...... . ,. auotner. nut it is loo sectarian, licre - .1.:... . ... : . .... .r , .... 1 to the that has lodged awhile on the s . the tide of Iorscltu ness. ail I IS uiw on , t fl ... it M find nnoth.r,,.,!' all. i0 fljat t!11 il cau fiu pi we. After an hour gather up the result. It of --,!PI''3 fr'"u thc changes.-: What a search for so' meagre a reward!- ! anuria or two of se'an-h 1 . li vour Lid-, anJ I , ' . . . , , ! dais-bv i.pxti.H. iiio ivic w st'i. aua luc wreiuaa . W TK "P m "m. W 8 11 ; ! - have v..u done? See. there is a roll of " ... . . . upside down there is a word you saw before her is a seiiteucc with ,, ... -, l.:..a 1ll Z VZ It'J 'Z . " ! drop V F. II 1 1 1 v4 ' a'. a'vaaaio aasv aa v- v" r.mst not tak -half ad .vforit I)r9n!'C a meauiug. W hat are you to do?-; s-.isn ; at every letter; read eve. v line-niaik : 1 ii .morepirt.u.s.evcryinteudedeorrection-andscnd.tUck.v " ''.l. everything Wore you and read the proofs. press will be waiting for you. and au- , i n i . show you arc Hi time vour place will be ta-! j . by another, and your issue be delayed, i J . ... , . i- i ll.im.p .Km iliine ii-liA wbri.i I114 siini-r isi - .... i ,lirllt .1. .... K.l .,. I. ,.n ..rr..rs wl.i.h h,v " . . .. . ' lifte-d n-t still glaring upon h.m. in all ..... , . i i mhi deformity, and urovin" carclcssucss. i despite of alt his care. Life is a journey, and they only who travelled a considerable way in it are to direct those who arc setting out An indiscreet person is me an nn- letter, which every ouc may read, but seldom worth reading. j ouu j I Iihgt And THINKING CANDLE ENDS. Pr. Johnson says, "he who driufcs beer : thinks beer." and a recent writer declares j that thow who occupy themselves "with cares for small savings get to think on.iic etius as xnetr reward. I ,,ere ncv-; er was a nap-pter esprcss.on. n is near.y cjual to Dr. Johnson, and would be quite , were it not f-r the provability that the j epigram suggested the other, the leer- hmted the tallow. The same essay points ..ut in a most amiutiu manner the folly of. prcachtt.g Poor Richard to the world in the j present age: j " Economy . is a good thing; but among , the classes who. whether they arc econora- j or not, arc sure to never go to bed hun- j th re is nothing in the triumphs of c-1 c,,OIuy 0r j tic accumulation of money tl co,,,;. f1r tiic a.terioration of mind ana itx-img wuicii is almost sure to acci-m-i j,ully tie j,Ul.su;t 0f g,, trumpery an end as s.-rewing tourpencc a wek out of the but- ter ,m Ai int.-llectual e.lucati..u is more w;,jl.jJ. fvTv.dlt this is ra -n k -cnly felt, and KTS,,ns hecome more v iiiing -to lose life for the sn c of the caus.s of living." It seems better to lav out moncr on learmuz anil 0I m.tal cultivation than to tie it up ' i a st-K.-king. And the state of Society at iivjui- mis ii'iriiiiir. iuciu jiuiuir tbat a fortune is more eisily saved than - got is no longer true. Its truth belonged to a time when each class was shut up ia its own arrow limits, when locomotion ' was difficul. and the chane-e.-of success in remote adventure extremely small. Now a fortune is m-rc easily got than saved T1C wrij j9 open to t!ie enterprising; and if ti.v piease tt,cv maj p.fc np u abr0ad. 1 instead of painfully hoarding up copper at Lome. The habits and natures of families arc naturally accomodated to this altered state of things. A prudent father does by spending his income on his el.il-'' drcn. so as to give them a fair start, than ! to ncjlect their present advancement in or-! dcr to prepare for their future needs. His. obj.-ct is not teach them how to suve i money, but to get it an I spend it rightly; ' - - - i ' and it is imiKW-sible to teach this unless a Uraiity an,i gcncrons largeness in jcariU;j with money. proiH.rtionatcly to the - - ...,:i :.,., ...i.Mi ti,., i. generous ,argc:.e3s in proiH.rtionatcly to the :.,,. j. r,-l. TI. j - t - j o u M , ,irt f idiotic wastefulness by e,, w;,i,.n SU. .fo mana-c to dribblcaway , ' ' ii :I1..,fHi a vi of idiot!.! w istefnlnrMs bv ... ... J WrllCO SlllV ofSlTlie lUJllU-C IO ll I'l (J IllC 3 WH V j r C J I Vj,t SUU1S yearIj witlu,ut anyt!liu.. to, how , iu n.turn. tliat a relt Pu.ht of wursp w it bveverv means in his nower. But . ...t . t - .i r the general principle remains, that a f -r- t.MC SJUM be earned, and not inherited i i .i . . . . .1 . -. i savcu. auu tuat it siiJiii'i oc spent w.in - ,19 .1 .e - i . sijiuewnat 01 . . .i.r of r-a.:ii.'.ss an.l inTionaiiiinil v ti r . .r fh.n r ,Lere isone tea h eh will act as a,. fct safeguard a an.t too w, lc a depart- tire noni toe ru.es oi pru .cut economy , long as debt is abhorred, everything is sare. i ; is SATURDAY NIGHT. What blessed things are Saturday nights ' tts- what woull the world do without ' them those breathina moments in the tramr-' ins march of life; those little twilights iii the broad and garish glare of the moon, j I'uvu acn pnleyestcrd ,y Io .ks beauti.ul though ia, rnuvivn ) uu .ax. v. W(iii..va V smile sweetly a sain in the hush; when on ' reiucn.U-rs -the old folks at home." and ' old fashioned fire, and the old arm chair, aud the little sister that wa trans-: "P j " . " . ' . . ... , ' j etiiia if'VS the kev iu me toa. 1 1 is oat- c - - J ,.l. ..; .1. 1 I.., l.r...r... fee. n. : uicd """V - - r,.;,, Tin door that has Ixcn aiar all the Satui da v iiiiihtsm.k-Beonlc human: set' cd their hearts to be iti .g softly, as they used ' do before the world turned them iuto ' wliil war drums and jarred them to pieces with' tattoes. The led r closes with a clxh; . to iton- toeired vaults emie to with a will! ' s,,,u iu' ral!'-r- . . .. 1 . .t 1 i not in the vault, and not m the book- week, gently close the world is shut out; ! w" c j t Here are treasures after . . .. ,..,,, -i.n-n savc lu 11,0 rtx'or,i:i lu tueoiu lamuy iiu.e 1 . . . .1 . t. u,,t ,a t!''; b3ljK- the roots without breaking up a to - . 1 1 - 1 ..'..l r, eTt.-,.sic. .! M than a - .. .. . 1 ir 1 1 i ! mere gravitation. 1 be handful ot earth : ,Uorc ... ...... . iU TUidoW a,,J lWt P IlctrnruL I.xtract. lou cannot go mind a single this met there, and the soft summer breeze p. . . . . ".spring through the grass to jo.n ar(ful r.,ll.twd tho fil.rpg if thi iltt If TliiWiT K . , , V""" 7 . avii'i dA.i-i sianiittir rm 1 1 1 nnnii. ... " " , . " .i -sw . i iiia rwvan iiirinit aniiiiu 1 1 : c 'n-r. u;iUtiM-g vai. a- j. - ' " Ul -1 ... T I.a mHIi i.wit- them e -I w..,, to ...rk to "" -v e - - . , that wer to the sun. Ich miu- a . ed in thehou -V of its tu3 laa, aa I they - nursed the -we canny thing with au all- -phc a that n.ado it crow. Aud when lt ... its eyes toward the sky they wove a hu .. ' iai ui liom wi iu n-vu m , . o. . .1. ..ml. fltiA nrn l.l-.. 1 Tld ... caw iv .... vlc.. ..... I lie smiled as he passed on; and by the atar- ;u and the moonlight they worked on. j the daisy lifted up its head, and one niaa morning while the sun was looking, it put j0uid its silver-rimmed diadem and showed its pound yellow petals to he stars. ; 0ftuu J " . ! to A boarding house I eper advertise. ... enough ,'lard for two (tentb ni. n IT i !:! J. Q. ADAMS' REASON FOR A JOURNEY. -Years ago," writes B. F. Taylor to a Chicago paper, -we happened to be at Uti etullcss ex Xcw York, when John Quincj Adams tamed there a night, on his journey to tie West With the "old man eloquent" it wa3 aimort ransct. loRg fore had the al- moai trec biOS3omed. and now. as a citi-' zcn of the Republic he had helped to make illustrious, and coveting no new honors, was 0 l,i8 way to the Cataract of Niagara. And. raid he, it may awaken a passing in- quiry why an a'jed man, rausinj oa the ! confines of two wrlds. should wander away j from the graves of his fathers, to play tourist Thinking one day cf the great ! future upon which he should soon enter, it occurred to him that j-crhaps he might ! meet in some bright realm a radiant spirit. who wou.d accost him witu the inquiry whence he came. "From the planet Earth.' he mubt reply. To the Angel's further questioning he would answer. "From the . great republic of that world, the United StaU-s of America." '-And I thought" continued the old man, "what could I say were he to ask mc if l had seen -Niagara; Niagara, where God has poured the flood from the hollow of his hand, and to which ; uc uju win? iitu iiiu iauic i tIaic ui His rower. It seemed to me. he said, that I should blush to give the auswer in ncv- cr!" Gone abroad without beholding one of God's grandest wrks at home! Set forth : cpon a tour from world to world! Niagara ! unseen! "So I am here, "he said, 'a pil-j grim to the West "And who shall say.! that in that thought beauty and truth did not kiss each other? How many intelligcn- ces have closed their eyes upon this glori- ous world-this splendid portal to the great I temple of the Universe ignorant of the taptstry that adorns its walls, and the very Mosaic of the threshold. , A MAGNIFICENT RAIL ROAD CAR. .n, rmt pk..., :.. p. , J 116 rCUfc L C" Ii- j 4 mild (Villi rOuA , C-m- l, : : i i ii ia VI-M31.1011 . lUiiki ' nolo. :u : 1 1 1 i improvements in the wav of inerca-in tho 'rlr. r ,i 15 n . , . . ILl'ltlJtiVll. 1 Ail" l.l .: I. tlllirilY .1 III 1 1 - ' . a rf tnydi. aa j CuIiaucius ti own . n.. . .... , . 'V' - niucent passenger car. aijout beiuaconiplot- at eJ - e , , . . . , - , ... ,.. , . 1 1 lit' 1 1 1 riiissi'ncer n hiiit rifiii- r-onirii.r. , , . .'. . ! at tbeircar la.-tory in Altoona. which. -ill.-..-,.- 14 Cllil ll-IJ I i l..v-l iTTl.i. I f.r.'fiw:r f T.H- - p. JtlVr xj w, ' 'T , J . , occuriieu fv tnc in nee or tvaie.s ami ui.s " . . . , r . . - A IU.XIIIUI.-U Ol LUC .i.l. lUt luiiuvi 1 suite, when - his royal highness" takes a jaunt over the Alleghenies. I he following . , . . . , i wtacn is ntr.-a up in ti.e most elegant styie: oTLc w u jjj iutl) tW mcnt.rarlor W(1.rooM auJ .j:,.,,, aj, J from eaL.h ot!lcr ,f Vt So , j,,,.. Ti.A -,.. ,..; ne .!, tian shutters. The rear portion of the car tue diuing-mom. containing the tabieat.U other requisites for eating in comfert tabic is fastened to the floor by sot- 5(1 that il caunot "P1 lJ ,,lu movc" mc,,ti "f the car- w!,i,c unJcr waJ' The cvUtrA Part"fl!'e c:!r Tvided with slw"'gWns.oiithep!auofoodworth's rati:I,t; an'1 wntaius twidve berths sir on aiic iivk. ait vt an.i, u':it;i. ai tiy rangcment.s. etc., all most ingeniously em- a.. i.vi tr,vcl ' "r tbe us,i ana convetiMW o: the "'rectors. The front part of the ear is no lnorc nor lt;S3 t,ian a RulU rarlor- in tuc lat'vt style, with seats Lr twelve guests. The sides of this car are deirat- motion. without any danger-a luxury uc- - j c . i ......... ., , ..... all otaer travellers on rmroaas.. lias . . . r is quite a contrivance in Us way. aud with landscape paintings, representing 8CcnerJ al""S ti,c IVunsylvania Taiiroad; iu fruUt extends the platform, aur- the rouuded with iron niling. sufficiently broad for allow the whole of the Directors to aod or sit upon it while the train is iu a . ! 11 . I aract consiacrane aitcuaon wacre- ana i . " fc'03- INTEGRITY. 1 our worth in w , 1 ' n,r. or what is of! ff"- . .1 . I four luiiHjrtance. secure the respect or1 . . . ....n! vue 01 lue m-ifc uai.i.i;ui m.i..a.i.o;o wi, is integrity. Let us aim to cultivate' 0 - : .1.. trait of character, and we add much: . . , . . 1 i:e., hctever department of life i may chance to min"Ie. 1 . man to cloak his designs or la f ,u f.ill.vj aM?..Mif int.xmfv It; . . T .J' V : 1 . 1 ... .... A ..u 1 . .a a.v. ii fitu rn w iii'n .? ..... . 7 ,. J -.7 ! .-.1-1.1 1 1 . v. . c 1 tt irn iiwinn'N wiin 111. 1 IVJ lAAl-"r W UU Win a t ll.Tj thousand devices are needed by the, hide his! w : look .e U. mH .t.f ...i.. .7,,, ?Z W ! v - i r uuniber of false hhhI are njeessary to prop , ... . , nde untruth, that it raav not falL! . . ... . ; pains m3n of integrity stands right up in the! ' - J c.. iiism-ss ot'his own moral wort.i: . 1 . Lecds uot the dirts of malux-the breath . . ..v: v:.-.... . rise slander cannot nanu umi, 111.1 wws umi ' rc : . . .f - 1 ..... I .....Unit j t' J 1 l-uU.ICIl-jr oi a ovo. i j regard to this subject; I iu "Ueproaches have no power tottffliet the j q,xj of unblemishe-d integrity or th aban-j profligate. It is the middle coiti on character which is alone miserable, ti,e ,Mn who has not firmness euough avoid a dishonorable action, has feclinj. .ir;." to t asbam. '! of it truth. that INTEGRITY. For the Chronicle. NIGHT. BY MARY PEARCE. Night approaches! tbc fast raj of the sua has fuded from our sightit is night, dark, dreary night. The earth is cnvclop. led in a mantle of black; the birds have -one to their rest, and man alio seeks "rr o. pose, 'il.e moon and stars (nature'can Brst Jdk) ste&I forth what a glorious sight to ' behold ! Wc do not lament when ui.-ht j approach, for we know tfet Ae will rise asm. : we know it will he'lM, in th. morr.inc But soon the shade is withdrawn from, the earth ; night clothed in her dark man teal tie, flees away at the approach of day. Lin cry, tm r tt, airt t i..t, t. j rising to meet the sun; soon the sun burst f0rth! full of ciorY and 1 cvcrvthiiiz-M full oflifa I;it is there rot a tiht arnroachi. a dark, dismal niht ? tufsliould I ar daik It is not li.rk to all but it is dark very '' dark to those that have net the light fJr there is but one luiht brioht -noash to tcn- .ctrate the darkness of the nichtot death Then ean all nT it -;il K t;i, moniins? Ah ! when will mornia come? Never. 'never, to those that have Bot the lm:hr r.i them thron.-.b tl.. ,l,rt f -t-.Ti. - . SK V Ut. tl k. IJ . But to those that have it, it will show th path to everlastin" day. Hartford. O. The North Western Grain Crop. The Chicago Pre.?, in reply to a South- crn TrlPcr. mkes the following estimate of tLe ""l of th North-west 'Hlinois has grown not a bushel of wucat short of 2G.000.000, and Indiana a,,out 1S.000.000. The wheat crop of W isconsin will exceed 17.000.000, Iowa- 14.000.000. Minnesota 5.000.000. and ichigan KOOO.OOO. Your e-timatc ef Ohio, 2.".0OO.0CO. is about correct; but nnny of her best citizens think her crop. -ji o.OOVfi iiY Thm tr;.. J i .1 . .. .... "C SC7CD orttiXcst'-rn btate9 L'ive lTod"x1 11 --OOO.OOn bushels of wheat. I he surplus that can be spared from Illi- - W 1 II" w nois, liiinana. lsconsin, lowa, and Mia- . ' "" , . 1 Le """I'11" that 00 " sPare1 from no.s, Indiana. Wiscohsin. Iowa, and ... - . peseta, alter seeping aounaancc lor Drca.t .i :'i w, tn v.ic ,v- , . . Wu,'.,T , 7" " are i.Ke.y 10 oe ac-iuicoi nreau. tney ear 00 luc ra""ie i . i.. -n? r r. .. . . cnoii"n to make two millions oi ourreis ot &,)UTt anJ sLaI1 Am Lave e anJ t spare 4 1. Ci.l. 1 t T A s i" evi ... uur oida- wm i-rouuet; it".-.- 0fMP0,JbushcU An ordinary crop would You must not jullge the fflpaeit or prw!lK,-)n of IIH. capacity or prod nois in 1.-SC0 bv Illinois in ISoO. During tlC! tcn Jears our p,paat;oa ha3 doubled ani, 0r &rn proJucU ,1 ;f notqUad- Suxl pl.JW;, j,,, anJ mowi:1;? mMUinc. imnroved threshers, aud other farming implements have increased the pro and ductive ability of the farmers, and 2.800 mks of rui!roaJ constructed within ten j furnished a rcadv market for priXjucU arj(1 stimulated induv enormously. aW..1 j.kt rs JevrrLt. 1 little mirtu niiies well and profitably with both busi the anJ philanthrophy. How stupid lifo would l-e, both in labor and in leisure. without that gaiety within us which rc- pools if the rivulets ceased to play. Phil , , . r 1 .. - l - osopncis anu men oi ousiness sae tueir - . . .. . , souls alive, and keep their Intellects iWi Fponds to the cheerfulness and beauty a- r.uud us. Nay. its main current run all deeper, as weil as fresher and purer the light trills of joyousnesa that, laughing, flashing, throw themselves iut them. The rivers would stagnate into iul- 11 1.1 1V l?.a.l ". " I. neaitny. ny mingling ineir mm..- , . . .ruiucss c; jouin wua t-ie BcocrucH aud even fun and philauthrophy arc .... . . tuimii in top mmf cnaneier. How to po tr? Shiut Dosoms. We of- t I'tcher. and on a pint or 30 of boiling water, ae- . ii. .i tue KtrirTi,'h vou desire: k.-t it c J ... . . . . ... , ,. , I . ... . mmv.Ii. i.I in iun liiion i'tn a.ini a .. .. v ana moriicr to gratny tociu puoioiu ' . , , r M .. . . ... .l-fiii Iva Aiin.wa or ... c .tawd all ui-ht and iu the v earcfullv fium the dress into a c - - A tabel. morning ponr it :lan bottle spoonful of m ... wi... Lirreu infii 1 rtor ff rfrfll.l """"' " ""i"- ''ve lawn'' l'uncr wtate or cowreu. a of aewtiess t which nothing else can restore them after they have been washed. - i . n,i.m.;.1 .Irlnmt Knowledge cannot tie aci iired without , ,. T.t. ..... auo. application, n w irouuieaoiur. ,- ,-.. e . , v.lt i-t. ucer. tIi-in- tor cure water, wui " .. . .. ciiu ?iu "3. u rr n ,. ,--,, ,J . up and meet yoa r .. ... ...J.I. T. , i .r - r CVOV I KT l . 1 :1C ia. svirtj i uifti which is the most kindness, mcekue. se,,, consiucration. delicacy, inoo- .iui .lispositioa to appreciate the Ma. Cow.ts writ'ng from ScbastopoT. gay" the graves of those who fell in the 'rimcvi war owtip twentv m-"' ti:!"