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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1873.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1873.
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Address UI.01IK l'AI'KIt CO., Itutland, Vt.
Wo have In anotlicr column nn excellent
essay on tolling tho truth. Tlicie wo sev
eral methods of tcachlug chllilicil to tell
lies, which parents use niul abuse In others.
Wo feel In the humor for gossiping with
our correspondents, this morning, nnd
would like to nk how n man is going to
prevent the feeling of annoyance nt mos.
imlto lilies, nny more than lie can help
breaking out when ho takes the measles ?
One of the descriptions of the Iowa lot
undo says :
The people who cntured out were pelted
with blocks of h o so hard that they lay In
the mire a long time ere they melted.
It Is jicrhaps the first storm since that of
Sodom and Oomoirah In which people
In another column Is nunc of Mr. Rccch
er's lecture room talk. It is exceedingly
lntcicstlng. As we lead the remarks of
himself and various members of his Hock
and observe tho air of Christian confidence
pervading Ihe whole, we can Imagine how
ci nelly strange must seem to litem the bru
tal scandals concerning the Plymouth pax-tor.
Our conespondenl, "Fairvlew," is light
about highways. A community's thrift
much judged by its mads A Ullage Is
something like a large family, and wo
should feel like wondering what was w long
if we saw u line place with lis walks toiu
up, and those paths that always lead
through pleasant places when they aie
libout the homestead, left to fall lnlo (lis.
ciedltable neglect. Good roads for bu-l-
lie, jigrecable dilte for visitors, neat
walks for pedestrians, me things to attract
nnd please, and they pay In the long i tin.
Stinginess never pays.
'I'm; :itii;c .nsiici:.
Wlio diall fill the place left vacant by
the death of Chief Justice Chase is a ques
tion that many of our coteinporaries are
asking with much solicitude. As yet, as
far as the public are Informed, no intinia
tlon lias lccn made by the appointing pow-
t, who is to recehe the distinguished hon
or. None other than a man in the inatiir-
lty of life, with abilities of the highest
order; with u moral character unblemished,
and whose legal attainments are beyond
question should seek or receive Hie up
pointnient. And more than lids, good
judges in putt aie born, not made. There
is such n thing as a judicial cast of mind ;
and the persons who possess jt in a high
order are as rare as great commanders.
Hence if the appointment is to he made in
the best interest of the country, the circle
out of which the selection is to come, is an
extremely small one. And it hardly need
lie said that political life is u poor, very
poor school in which to train a judge. Tito
olllce is one that belongs to the country and
in which the whole people have a direct
Interest nnd pride. For the country and
the whole people tltc appointment should
be made ; no partisan considerations
should in anywise control tho appointln,
power in making it. Gen. Grant in filling
this vacancy has an opportunity to do him
self honor, and this by appointing such an
one as shall do honor to tltc high position.
turc Into their own hands. They will also
take Into their own hands tho election of
members of Congress, nnd will select men
not because of their advocacy ot tlio lit
teenth amendment, nor of their loyalty
during the war, hut because of their sup
posed fidelity to farmers' Interests.
From the New York Sun.
I'l.v.noirrii m:ctiiui: itoii.n
Nell-Love, l'rlili', Avarice Mul'liitf
:hrlllliil I'rtilfill Mr. llccclicr'n
l'ulry Story About n ?lnn niul hi
Plymouth lecture loom was filled last
evening. Mr. lleecher arrived early. On
ascending tho platform ho carefully ar
ranged a small tabic and the liowers thereon,
nnd then occupied himself with tho hymn
book, from time to time glancing over the
top of it as though he was expecting some
one. Punctually at 8 o'clock ho gave out
hynui 71, the first stanza of which tins
Front ocry sloimy wind lhat Mows,
From every swelling tldcnl woes
There Is n calm, a sure relieal,
"lis found beneath the mercy seat.
After the singing. Mr. lleecher called on
Ilrollicr Charles Duncan, who prayed fcr-
ventlv that God would comfort and bless
tho pastor w bom the iocd so much, nnd
hind the ( hurc i together In trust and conn-
deuce, so lhat they might be like a city on
Allot her hviiin was uniiix and another
pravcr olVercd. Then -Mr. Reedier began
to talk. Last week, lie said, they spoko
of caie and nnxlctv. There was one i ela
tion in which the sunjcci stooti wnicn was
not then brought out. It was the promise
that "the peace or God which passelh all
understanding" should abide witlt them.
Y hen he was nastor of a chinch in a west
ern city, they iiad
a ii:i;at i:khai..
Mr nulled some business men whether
thev felt itiiv loss result front their leaving
business and iitlcndlng the 10 o'clock morn
ing prayer meeting. They said that so lur
l rout that. 1 lev had never none so mitcii
business so easily and with Mich little caie.
i ney ennui go imo mote woik aim uu n
belter. The wisdom which sprang from a
lim her sniiilual Male was adapted to nusi-
ncss as much as to anything else. When
men had not tills constant icpose in God
sell-low got in Ihe ascendant. It was
wounded mid sine bv something said or
done, and Hie man was affected all day.
His inlde or Ids avarice was touched, and
it made him fictfitl. This was wlicie the
cmciv cut and scored the sulfate of our
Ill-other llullid.iv then told some anec
dotes, the moral o'f which was that Wills-
Uatw should lie content to mue things as
thev come and us thev go.
Ilrnllicr Duncan followed. We should
gain this tieacc. he thought, bv experience.
As we looucd puck and saw now utxi nun
helped us, we should trust him for the fit-lute.
CUT. DUNCAN OII1 IIOIMIX.
hum: lareiiuuu mr luwiun m tuu, a; mm . uiimniiun uuimir says: oincc mi siiowcrs oi summer, in tho fall they Vermont division of a new railroad from
tcacli only in tltc abstract, localise we can the bees were set out they have suffeied should bo left In the best possiblo condition ''nli0 Champlnin to tho sea board nt Port-
Mr. Uceeher thought Ilrollici
rood sound orthodox doctrines.
tic.tce lor us. ml wo won d not lane ll.-
When he got up for a summer's morning
and looked out nnd saw the long line o
smoke in front of the cottage, and the
llecks of light and shade, and the dew
that wonderlul jewcliyhis whole sotit
was In exultation, and rose to God. Hut
suppose lie was to point out this scene to
unit Dig siniwnri countryman, una say,
'Look at that, friend!" The man would
most . llkclv mi v. " AVhnt V" rf.niiL'hter. 1-
IIo hiui eves," but he saw not. To liim
(.Mr. Kccehcr) tho air was full of exquisite
sounds, but to the other man the choral
calling ol nature had no voice, uou was
continually ovcrturlng blessings to us, but
we would not receive tliem.
MI!. llKECllKU'li F.UKV b'lotlV.
Mr. lleecher had lhat morning lieen mul
ing u falrv tale. It was about a man who
had three sons. Tho first was sent out by
his lalhcr to sceK his lorltinc, nnd llic sec
ond, nnd tiio third. 1 he first went to a
carpenter, nnd after ho had served hint
faithfully he gave tho Iki.v a table. When
the boy was hungry nil he had to do was to
say to the table "cover yourself," and nil
kinds of meat acd wines and dainties would
appear on it. Providence gavo us a table,
and we only wauled faith to say "cover
yourself !" lie did not suppose David ever
i ii,!.. r.,:. ,i .,.i.... ..,,i,i ,
That ho may do this is the earnest wish of - , 7, " " '
all. "Thou stireadcst n table for me."
The liquor question is exciting attention
everywhere. The Governor of New York
has just signed two laws providing that
any person injured by another's intoxica
tion, may have a right of action against the
persons from whom ho obtained the liquor.
The selling of liquor by a tenant instantly
voids his leaso. If the landlord knowingly
rents tho premises forsuch a purpose ho be.
comes liable equally with his tenant to pay
The effect of Bitch laws is not clear. The
Malouc Palladium says in the larger towns
of Vermont, notwithstanding her prohibi
tory law, liquor can be procured as easily
as in New York, and Instances St. Albans,
Httrllngton and Rutland asclling it open
tious forbearance to mention the particular
town so that ho cannot bo confronted witlt
tho witness, that "a dealer in one of tltose
place, ouco remarked to us, that, no matter
what the law was, his sales averaged about
the same." And the Malouo editor thinks
this Is true of Massachusetts nnd New
York Rut ho evidently has his prejudices,
In the meantime, let us advise all tiio un
lucky subjects of protective legislation,
vidence of God was infinite in its supply :
wc lacked the laith to appreciate tho good
Ax Kxi'itKss SwiNDLEi: C'Afoiir. The
young man who in February last, by means
of a forged draft, defrauded the National
Express Company at Troy, out of ijl7,000
was arrested in Iloston on Saturday. Two
confederates a limn and a woman w etc
nlso attested ut Iloston n few days pre
vious. Gray's leal name is It. L. Dudley.
Hooiiginally began his operations in Phila
delphia and has succeeded in defrauding
express companies in different parts of the
country out of $50,000. His largest job
was performed in Troy.
find no objects ? Where among conspicu
ous men arc the living examples to whom
the teacher can point for Illustration of un
sullied Integrity ? What has tho past year
When shall wo learn to speak and act
thi' simple, unvarnished 1111111? When
shall our children be taught that lie "who
loves truth with n supteine love "and Is
ready to sacrifice all upon her altar, and he
alone, Is the noblest Wot k of God? Will
parents nnd society lake warning?
Springfield wants a railroad.
A few lilglils ago an iilleuipl was made
to rille Ihe stole and safe of M. Ix. I tost in
Hoyidton. An entrance was ell'ccled by
removing a pane of glass and boring lioles
thiough Ihe back door, thereby enabling
tho operators to lift the staple from with
out. I lie goods were more or less tumbled
about, and by means of a paper tunnel,
powder was pom ed into the safe lock, but
no oUdonce existed lhat a mutch was ap
plied. It is supposed that the perambula
tions of n gentleman who took the night
train, and who can led a lantern, frightened
olT the burglats.
Twenty-six sheep belonging to John S.
Letch, of Windham county, weie icccnlly
killed by dogs.
The subscriptions for the new bank at
Lhelsc.t vu-ic opened ihe Jllst nil. II Is ex
pected that the bank will commence iloin;
business in n few weeks with a capital of
$100,000. The old Chelsea hank contro
versy has been settled by Dr. itralcy's buy
ngottl all the stockholders at $ 11m on a
share. So says Ihe Springfield Journal.
On the SSlh lilt, a little son of V.. P,
Dcnstnore, of Chelsea, aged six years, nt-
templed to get Into the hind end of n lum
ber waggon when ll was in motion. One
leg was caught in tho spokes of Ihe wheel
which carried him over witlt lliu wheel,
bicaking the thigh bone a Utile way aliow
About Springfield the loads utesald to be
us dry as they mo Usually in August. A
light hay ctop is felted.
The first frame building creeled in Wider
vllle, Lamoille county, win recently de
tuolislied. It was built in the year 180?,
and put together with wi ought lion nails.
The frame work was hewn fiom hard wood
and although it had been in use for seventy
years, it was in good condition nt the lime
of its demolition.
A "protective grange'' has been formed
ut lirnttleboro, witlt 21 members.
The P. fc O. Railroad, the first of June,
entered upon arrangements for the special
accommodation of plcasuio travcllets. It
is such that the people visiting Lake Mem
ptcinagog, the AMille Mountains, Miami
Mansfield, and other localities in that sec
tion of New Kngland, can do so with fa
cility and com fort,
Mrs. Laura O., widow of Franklin Til-
ton, died, on the evening of MiiySith, at
the age of 53 years. She went to St. Johns-
bury from Littleton, N. IL, the morning
of the accident, May 19th, to visit her pa
rents. She hud put her children to bed up
btalrs, and stinting to come down, fell, it
is supposed from near the lop of the stairs.
and so Injuring her spine as to cause her
Two cows, belonging to Syh ester Alden,
who lives in what is known as Rear Swamp,
in Middlesex, were struck by lightning and
instantly killed in tho thunder storm of
Saturday 2-llh. They w ere in the field and
were found lying close together, with but
slight marks of mangling about them
Oilier cattle near by escaped uninjuied.
A paragraph published some little time
since about the setting lire to u house, by
tho lcllcction of tltc sun front bright tin
cans, has been thought Incredible. It was
strictly true, however, nnd now wo have
heard of another case, where a citizen of
Wllllston iound the wall ot a shed chaired,
one day last wecK. lie had seen the inci
dent above referred to, nnd suspecting the
cause, on the next bright day made an ex
periment wmcn saiisiieu mm ana nil ins
ncigiinors mat ineeiiarimg were caused hy
mo rcneciion ot me sun s rays trom a row
of mllk-pans, and nothing else. Look out
where you put your pans I Jinrlwgton
r ree 1'remi.
terribly from some epidemic, tho cause
which our most skillful apiarians
nblo to account for. In this country
keepers without a single exception that
wo hate heard, have lost from one half to
two-tlilrds of their hives. "
auso of toguardngalnst destruction by thofrostsof '"'u1 19 '"ifilr way of final consumatlon.
are in, winter nnd the ground breaking up of W
rj, bee- spring. I his seems to lie nbout tho genci- ward to tho sea the common highway to
ni men enicriniiicd hy our
their conception of the duty
r law-makers In Europe and the markets of tho world. 'The
,.r n. ..,,h. i'lsiem tnvislon meets the western at the
i n iiiu 'i" " I 'nimnn mil I . . 1 t .i
nf Vn-,t I i ... ,i .r .t. "" "terai waiipn, anil IS lit line
.......,i,nni,lluii. iqiimnui iiiv I rUlUllUIr O! I1P1 It'nlll l'nrlln,,.! In f ,.,.
'1 he Mount Washington Railroad began public roads. Whether h was the best and Is to lie opened to within eight miles
llllllllnir fl-Mirllf ntlil Kimil , IW.I Inn Iin1,,a I tdnU Hint. Itdirllf liitVf, ltfii.,1 ilnvtui..! till of the hlte Mountain Notch In .tide, nnd
last week from the base lo the summit of regarded ns mi open question, and Is one U10'Ves
uiu iiiimiiuuu. in ouu uacu ii snow iiim 1 ,i'i'ii itiin ii hw na,e ni ickciii no ucsire nver at Dallou, nt tlie eailicst d tv Possible
viuiu ji-ut m-i-i, vii ihu nacK, mm nny ions " mii'i jhii w line ii is line iiiai iiieto --i. tiuittmtnn.
Ill length, had to bo shovelled through, ate limes and seasons when the lepa'iiing of
The samo drift was seven feet deep beneath our loads nnd bridges is especially impoi-
Unt, yet the main tiling nfter nil Is that
they should he plated In good condition
nnd kept so, Good loads uie cs.-entiiil to
the good reputation of any coiuuiinilty. A
cominunily can ns effcctuallw niheitlse
their slollifulncss and lack of public spirit,
The Tip-Top and the new Summit lions-
es, of the While Mountains me prepared
for summer travel. Tho Montreal Rail
road will be finished to the Tw in Mount
ain IIouso on tho first of next month. All
the rooms nt the Profile House are
Manchester, N. II., Is justly aroused by
tho subject of Infanticide, which Is believed
to exist to nn alarming- extent. The bodies
of two infants have been found within n
week. Very little pains scents to have
been taken to conceal the crime, though ns
yet the police have been unable lo trace
the criminals. Tlnec cases of Infanticide
have occurcd within n week.
An effective blast on the Wilton rail load
extension occurcd on Saturday nt Lyiule-
boro, N. IL, The rock was charged with
eleven kegs of powder, and the amount of
stone thrown is estimated at two thousand
At Row, N. II. , iccenlly, tlnce brother
married respectfully, u mother, daughter
and grand daughter. Tho oddest palt of
it, though, was lhat the eldest brother
should mairy tho grand-daughter.
A ruined j.icksciew C'apt. Jack's crow.
Shall you sue for damages?' Not
much! it's tepalrs I need; I'm damaged
TICU HOT NI'KI.MiN.
Lri ri.K Rock, Arkansas, )
May SiOth, 187!i.)
I'ditur llitllmul Gi.ohk :
Dkai: Sin, I hasten to dtopyott a few
lines, lam here at last hao been lieie
five days; hac looked at It with gtcat
wonder, as I never expected to see such a
sight as these spiings. Fifteen bundled
people are here, in all stages of all kinds of
diseases. I think persons addicted to di ink
ing will hac fully cleaned out of them nil
the whisky, unless, like nil such places,
their expenses drive many home.
A friend of mine from Missouri has
brought his lungs dow n lieie foricnovation.
A young lady ot my acquaintance spent
pat t of last winter heic, with another young
lady. When the latter started to come her
friends did not think she would live to get
heic. Rut she returned to her homo In
Missouri in .March, fceliiti' well and lookin;
much improved. People can come to this
place now all the way by rail from St.
Louis. J. If iso.
.Hail Killed by a lliillruail.
As the down c.xnress due nt our ileiml nl
y.BO last evening, was approaching the
Ainoskeag station, having lust eniei-iri'd
from the curve above the 'Sheas bridge, a
man was seen lying ncross the track on his
face. The engineer Immediately whistled
'tiown nr.ilics," and the train was brought
.their meanness, or their poverty by Hie bad I1','. fnm. 113 iwisslblc, not, however, till it
J ... . 1- t. i. 1 i i ,,,ii lmi1 1"M'(1 entirely over the body of the
roads and neglected bridges, ns nn Individ- man, mangling him in n manner too shock-
1 R A N ( I st'O
p k c I a i. n o T i i;
ual can his slolincfs or pcnuiy In his de.
caying buildings, broken fences, nnd the
ttntlirlft of Ids surroundings.
ith the general prosperity of Rutland
and Rutland county, wo ought to have bet
ter roads than wc now have, nnd with the
present tax judiciously and intelligently
laid out this desirable end may be obtained.
jI'.miu-.i:. Immense quantities of lumber
me now being shipped from the Ottawa le
gion lo Ihe United States. Large quanti
ties nuive nt RuiTnigton dally for lumber
firms, and much goes up tho Lake, des-
tincd for A liitchall, Rutland, Troy nnd
Written for the (l!.om:.l
Young Walworth killed his father, be
cause his father annoyed his mother nnd
himself, by willing them offensive letters
nnd keeping up a stream of abuse upon
And heic u moral Is seen. Thousands
aio annoyed hy those around llicni, ami
become unhappy and desperate. Half the
troubles of life may be grouped together in
that one word, "annoyed." Theicin we
make the greatest possible mistake. o
put our happiness in the keeping of others.
Hut with a light training of one's mind
plenty of good things to think upon and
tho resources of cultivation to tax for our
employment, wo can, if we will, live very
much within ourselves, and make and own
our woild of satisfaction and contentment.
Iso one should nllow what another says
about him, or to him, to decido the question
of a few days happiness or a night's peace
for liim. This is to place "tho soul's calm
sunshine nnd the heartlelt joy, not in our
own keeping but in tho hands of those
w ho will delight in our torment. Let every
one keep his own peace, us his own purse,
In his own hands. Let a man keep on good
Jim llrown the murderer of Hie two old
adies. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Dosier. near
Richmond. Vn., last week, was captured,
Wednesday night, nnd lias confessed to the
sheriff that ho beat his victems to death
witli.a liillct of wood, nnd then lobbed the
house. Ho nlso informed the sheriff w lieie
the stolen money was concealed. The feel
ing ngainst him is intense, and it is more
than probable he will be lynched.
A dispatch from 'S ienna savs the Ameri
can department of the exposition, was
iiirown open lo the public, this morning'
and steam wits applied lo the machinery.
ino novelties surpass those trom other
countiics. Piesldent White of Cornell mil-
versify, nnd ex-Gov- Morgan of New Yotli
have the chairmanships of the huieaus of
education nun commerce respectively.
A seined rat took refuge in the trunk of
nn elephant belonging to John Robinson's
ciieus the other day, driving llic animal
nearly mad with terror, lor he had never
had n rat in his trunk before, nnd didn't know-
how to get liim out. At length lie went
to n iiuiK oi water, sucKcd his proooeis lull
..,,.1 ..!.... II. ..... l..i ..in.
hiui , 11-i.lwi mi; s.un- minimi Mini u Miuii
that drove him quite through the ennvas.
Henry O. Row en has returned from the
West, and Ihicatcns to speak.
A San Francisco dentist pulls teeth, drills
ami iiics incm ny machinery, a mule lur
nMics the power.
Sergeant Hales, the peripatetic Hag
iie.iicrnas ncconie so poor that lie iias gone
to woik in the streets of Louisville.
Accommodations arc now mote leason-
utile in Vienna. Rooms arc ijtfi per day
and !J12 per night ; board extra.
IS.Piep.iicd lock salt, with which people
can make sea-baths for themselves at home
is put up and sold by druggists.
I ho Keeper ol a ban t rancisco grocery
lias been arrested for the wholesale debau
chery of young guis : 10 ot his victims ap
pear against nun.
A young gentleman ot A a haliad g.no a
rose illicit Willi cayenno pepper to a youii:
married lady who had slighted him. Tho
effect was n lit of snce.ing so violent ns to
lug for description.
The mangled remains, or such portion of
them ns weie joined to the trunk, were ta
ken on the train to the ilcoot. The milieu
department and tho undertaker were
notllicd, and while Mr. Fisher, tho under
taker, went to the depot for the body, the
assistant marshal with dipt. Quliuhy.wont
to lite scene of the catastrophe with a lan
tern nnd collected ubaskettiilof fragments,
which were taken to tiio undertakers. One
arm was missing, and that was found this
A bottle containing n Utile Honor was
found near the scene of the nrch cut. nnd
lids was doubtless the cause of the man's
No clue to his identification has been oh.
tallied thus far. In his pocket was n box
of pens and a much worn poitnionale, con
taining eight cents.
He was a man apparently from 15 to 50
years of age, and wasdicsscd Inn nearly
new suit of clothes. ifanehcHter. X. 11..
Tin: Lahokst Locomotivi: l'.vr.i! Rnir.
-TheCcntial Railroad folks, nt their woiks
at West Albany, have just turned out the
largest locomotive c cr built. It is a pon
del oils engine, with a cylinder 17 x 24,
which is a rapacity much "greater than was
ever attempted before. This has been found
essential Iront Ihe rapidly growing business
of the Central Hudson 'River road. The
fact is that nil locomotives built lieieaftcr
will have to bo of greater proportions, to
haul the immense trains that me made up
at the Union depot nnd West Albany.
ivij l 'if si.
A Roy falls tiiiktv fket and is If ii.i.-
i:p. A boy 12 years of age, named Charles
i. an on. met Willi a tern i o and lata aec
dent in Foster's block, on Asylum street.
corner of Ann sticet, nt about half past
n ociock nisi evening, no nail licentolhe
rooms of Ids aunt. Mrs. Horace 11. Tarbell
who lcsldes in the block, nnd had there ob
tained a basket of clothing, which ho was
to carry to his home. Roy like, ho conciu-
ueu io slide uown the naiiisicrs, and mount
ed the top rail for that purpose, with the
basket of clothing hanging out on the out
side. The weight of thls'basket made him
lose his balance, and he fell to tho ground
lloor, n distance of !10 feet. A gentleman
who saw liim lull, picked him up nnd car-
lied him to the rooms of the American Pub-
llshinir rnnilmm. uliern hp dii'il in ldinnl
IHe minutes. Hartford rout.
iNcnnAsiNO Sai.ai:ii:s. In 18(i(. when
an act increasing the salary of Gov. An
drews was nbout to be passed bv the Mas
sachiwits Legislature, that noble man said
to those who had the project lit charge:
"If vim undertake to raise viy salary I will
fend back n veto within an hour. It is not
in accordance with my ideas of honor to
pass upon the question of my own compen
sation." in doing this lie gave us a noble
example ot honor, integrity and true pa
triotism, an example which tho national
grabber, who pockets a hundred thousand
bring on n severe Illness and three physl- dollars by a singlo stroke of his pen, had
neither the honor nor honesty to tollow.
For tho Oi)oi!.
" Vcn, yun; Any, iiuy
For w hatsoever Is more than this coiuctli
of evil." Retter expressed; let your yea
be yea, and let your nay he nny. Rctwccn
truth and speech there should be an eternal
compact. When this compact is bioken
there is discoid and mill. By a lie the
subtile tempter beguiled the mother of us
Falsehood is the Indispensable Instrument
of moral evil, tho hiding place of sin and
The follow in,
A man at work in n Banc shop went into
tho olllce Iho other day, and excitedly ex
exclaimed : " Ise's vorked n good vllo in
nnnodder blace, and had no droublc. I
vorks hero doo weeks and I loso doo fingers
and der dhumb. I takes my bay tain
A venerable newspaper was shown us,
Leprosy has tinned up in New Brims.
wick. A member of the Dominion Parlia
ment informed ids incredulous colleagues
recently, that it had existed in a certain
district of that movinco for 00 years, and
the local authorities could do no more than
confine it to ccitain narrow limits. Ade
quate accommodations for those nfillctcd
aie sun wanting
plaything now-a-days, is
made ol tin, and when whirled at the end
of u string sounds like a turkey in extreme
The oldest inhabitants of eastern Massa
chusetts is believed to be Mrs Beulalt
Hunt of Randolph, who will celebrate her
10 ltli hirtliday on tho lUth ot June,
Ahorse-chestnut tree of great si.e, stand
ing near the sight ot the first United States
mint in New 1 layen, has n habit of bloom
ing on tho north and soutli'sidcs in alternate
' years, except that every seventh year It
terms with himself God and his own con- blossoms upon both sides. This peculiar-
HUtafrt and nncy Sm$.
rob ut' co Hoy
e rromlhcMontpclicr l ck,lcl,m.lllltnlll Ilis sdf.re fcpcct ,,msullied ity Ji' 'l?1'" f "otic t'". 1814, llml 11
, i , . ,i , :, M, , ,, south is the favored side this year-
iiiiuui timi iiiuii, mm lb mil nub ju.uiii
much to him, what tiio world around may
think or say about him. We should bo the
tenant of our own hciuts, and so fit up
that abiding placo for ourselves to occupy,
tliat we may nlwns find it a "covcit warm
nnd a safe retreat." from the ills of life.
wo no not estimate the vaiuo of a
liiisiiovvmeiit on lliu
l)aid Lynn of Massachusetts,
ARROWS & MITCHELL,
(Successors to I'iikncu lHiiuoivs.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873.
As wo hao worn no disguises in tho just.iwe-
come Willi no piomlso of a new sensation. We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tlcklo your fancy, nor take a fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to rflicvo Iho monotony ol
truth-telling, rorncnily Fifteen Yearswehavo
held to tho samo principles, nnd wo tlnd them
all unworn hy Iho lapse of time.
Wednesday, by D. I). Clark, of Marshflchl, good reputation, or the esteem and appro-
tl lii.imr tlwi lt.ml.,1, I!,,,. II., .,,,,1 llr.17,, I
Journal, and dated luesday, Isovcmber 2t,
i hi. us size is 'j x l l niches.
who feci that their appetites have got the crime. Tiuth Is the basis of nil moral nnd
bestof them, to consider whether they had
not licttcr pack their trunks for Arkansas.
A correspondent at the Hot Springs in that
state, writes us n letter which appears in to
day's puier, and ho may enlighten us fur
ther on the subject at some future time.
A Youno Man Dcownkii Wiih.b Go
INO TO TIIK RksUUK OF Ills BuoHIKI!,
One day hist week at Mud Luke. In the
town of Day, Saratoga county, a couple of ,nS habitual j and that unswerving Intcg.
lads named Frailer, lumped into n boat nnd ul lu" cacwiuuib.
Even in tragedy only self-sacrificing be
nevolence Is ever pitted against tho truth,
tlm whole truth, and nothing hut the truth.
Nothing becomes n man like integrity
These assertions need no proof. The
human conscience has not yet liecome so
defiled that wo must iirgtio for the truth.
but It has becoino so blind that wo do not
see how false we are; that deceit is liecoin-
before they weie aware were drifted out
by the wind, away from the shore, nnd the
waves began to beat In. An older brother
nnd another young man seeing their dan
ger hastily constructed a raft of logs and
pushed out to tho rescue, but tho raft separ
ated lieforo they leaelied tho boat, tho elder
Fra.ler sprang out Baying that ho would
swim ashore. But when within thirty-feet
of land lie threw up Ids hands and sank out
of sight. Before ho could bo rescued ho
was drowned. It Is thought that ho W113
seized with a cramp. Tho boys were both
intimately orougui in uu right, nut their
brother who went out to save them lay dead
on lliu slinre. So says tho Troy Timet,
Do wo know that we ure teaching deceit
and duplicity nccoidliig to the most iq
proved methods? Tho lessons aro given
early at tho mother's breast and before tho
little tongue can speak a lie, und they are
repeated .through nil the years of plastic
childhood. Parents threaten and do not
oxeciito j promise and do not perforin j say
there is none when there is, cannot when
they can ; daro not trust the truth with
children. And us tho child conies to years
of discretion, though well drilled in the
srhool of deceit, this soul Is shocked
A good number of ladies and gentlemen
from Bennington will visit Banuun's show,
nt Rutland, the 1 ltli of June.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the 10th
and Uth of lids month, tho annual Confer
cnceottlie Congregational mhifstcis and
churches of Addison County, will bo held
at tho Congiegalloual chinch in Ver
There mo Iliac eases of small pox at Es
Tho slumbers of not a few were distill li
ed about 10 o'clock, Monday evening, by
tho steam pipe on the steam mill of Lyman
Bowles at Bennington, giving away, and
sending out on tho still night a prolonged
whistle ot nouily an hour's duration. It
could not bo stopped by tho engineer dur
ing tiiat time.
Mr. H. O. Houghton, of tho prosperous
Riverside press tells how llftyyeais ngo, a
little pale faced man eiimo Into tho Ver
mont printing olllce where ho was learnln;
ids trade and handing "him a printed slip,
said, "My lad. when you uso theso words
spell them as here, "theater, center," etc,
It was Noah Webster, traveling on foot and
visiting country printing offices to persuade
people to spell ns ho did. Tho apprentice
little thought nt that time that ho should
ever bo held of an establishment which
would innnufactuio a thousand tons of
nation of those around us. But w o cannot
live merely, or mostly, on the smiles of our
neighbors. They may be bright hut there
is no warmth in them if ono feels that they
mo undeserved. If deserved, and they are
withheld, wo eel that we can do without
them. The life the inner, or real life, is
moie than meat, and tho body more than
its raiment. Tho oiilsldo is but tho shell
of life tho inside, life itself. Reputation
is what tho world says of us; character is
what wo are what conscience says and
God knows of us. Let the character be
rigid, and all is light. Look insido for the
pcari. Its only homo is the soul. And that
homo is what wo make It, ourselves.
"SJay not that this house Is small,
iir t'lrt up hi a narrow well ;
In n modest, cleanly mind
Heaven, Itself, full room ilotii Und."
coining over tho bridge from Grccnbush to
Albany recently, was met by two
strangers, one of whom asked
him lor a chew ot tobacco. Air.
Lynn pulled out his tobacco box and hand
ed it to one of them, when the other man
pulled out a box and said ho had tobacco
but could not open the box. 1 he first men.
tloned man offered to do It, when the
second ono said it was impossible. Thev
got arguing the matter, and finally got Mr.
Lynn to bet ten dollars that lie (Lynn)
could open it. The box being an ordinary
one, Mr. Lynn lookout a ten dollar bill but
had not yet bet It, when suddenly one of
ino men grauueu tno money ami uotn start-
en aim ran away.
Written for tho lllobe.
If it bo true that tho timo for tho "mend-
A Sow Aim Kittens, S. L. Nichols has
u sow and a cat, which have a strange at
tachment I or each other. Two years ago.
when the sow was bringing up n litter of
pigs, a littlo kitten strayed into the pen.
took its place in tho litter, and was assigned
to ono of the feeders. Tho pigs grew up
nnd were separated fiom the maternal cm
brace, but the kitten remained nnd kept its
place beside the sow. In duo tlmc.nnothcr
litter of pigs appeared ami the kitten formed
ono of tho now family, nnd acted ns older
sister. As this litter of pigs separated from
tiieir inauuna, me Kitten aticmpieii to sup
ply their places with half n dozen small
cats, which tho sow devoured heartily, and
scented grnieiiu lor mo present, bow and
kitty then were sole companions till another
.Mll.UNniiV AND FANflV (iOODH
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
All orders entrusted to our care will ho
j'HOMmr .i.vo vAiwruu.r villkd,
HARROWS & MITCHELL,
.NO. 21 MERCHANTS ltOW.
QPR1NG CATALOGUE OF PAPER
j r.XTKH.NH for Ijuucs' and t'lilhliens' ear-
ments. Just received nt
K. N. MEHltlAM'H.
PICTURE FRAMING DONE WITH
.J.. neatness; nnu tnsie, nna nt reasonable
prices:, moiiio new ami ueaiumu sijiesjustre
i:. N. MUtWAM'S.
uu uuu I. a .uu wum ,u, ,u -,,,. j1Uer ( ;3 nj,p(.nu,J whc ,.,tty , mEAS, flOIll fiO CCllts to $1,715; IllsO flCsh
lug of our ways (in n moral sense) Is ever her family relations. She sleeps on the X Oround coi-tei:, at
present nnd the duty imperative upon us, miw's back und seldom leaves the pen. milvljtwlv Corn(.r oWm'iVi!i8uvi,
It h equally true that ctpcclal attention .cse nlfeclionate coinpanions .nny bosecn ''L.cL0iL0oa,'
should bo given, at least at two seasons of liJ .IJtLo1! '.hnlinc F "''S'&ct.ov
tho year, to tiio repairing of our highways, anotlicr instance ofthclklnd can bo pin. I shall oifer rors'aio at nubile auction ontiio
and tho time for ono of tho periodical reno
vations is now upon us.
Like tho cares of n thrifty housewife,
dueeil In tho State. Jynilon Union.
Tub Poisti.anb and OniiENsiiuno Rah,
1 Ith day of June, 1SI3, at 'i o'clock uflernoou. nt
whoso .lavs of ilusllmr n,l ,.c.,1 , '.; ,"'- ",s."ml iron oi. .lu.i uso ry 10
- Q Q
wne.,.,0 icarns man, that with "r,; " "' ttakiiot a special renovation and
a io iicr men no uov mean wnai uioj -say. "' """ general "overhauling of things" in tho
Dcsiucs, careiess nanus oi stating things " 8m.lng nml Ful) b0 lt ,,ovolv(,8 lmou tll0C
are formed and allowed) few learn to lie If found guilty upon trial, theio Is mi wlio hiivo lliu charge of tho lilchw-ivs
m u - i mi .. ... , l....il.r.,ll.r .1.. . i.. ...ll . ii - yiMMl reason WIIV l.iltllll ll . nr .- clinnlil ,inl - - - o
hie r Aliens iv.-uE.MiMB.vi-. i no uiii- ........ui.jr au....n w itii mini nicy saw p , -- " , .. V" ",,C" Vi'": (w I lo thev should never lcla.v their Villi-
cago Jnbvne says i or iie.iui or nn, ami noiwnai tney iniagiu- lut thjrty ,umions of wliito men can uffolil lance) lo give especial cai oat this season of
Tiio fanners' movement has paralyzed c" or "cara oUltia "V- "lien tho youth to Ikj just, though tho heavens fall. There- tho year. Our law-makers had this need
tho republican party in Illinois, and tho enters society ho Is called upon nt onco to fore let us suspended, on either sldo of tlio I i viow uiioii ihov rnnotml "ni h.nst
laratvsis promises to enuuro tor some nine. I i ,,.., .n. 1, .n inn..i ...i i... u. greatest inn an soldier w in im nmirami I T --'
Tho movement Is only In Its infancy. In 1 . . . . . ; " slnco tho davs of Osceola, onn oft,, m,,. threc-fourths of tho highway tax in any
November noxttlicro Is to bo elected In T""8 " ""BU BluullrB- "cceii is mo crumcut agents through whoso erred iho town payable in labor shall bo collected
every county in hub otaio a corps or coun- uvdi, jiuiu-j , iuo invcgruy is in ins- juouocb were unven to n desperation which and laid out between tho first day of May
iv fiiiirnrn mpiiwiinty irfinaiiwra n nnrtr i nnnni iu inn wnriii'ii m nmi iri.n i. n i inn iiiiimijifrn it riiit inn ni-ni i ii imin i... ... . '
clerks ;UTf "UMr mC T.lkl,, r""7,r VES. multhollrstUayotJuly, and the remain
tmttj&St'itommlfiM mZ 7 , CB" , tfroirtfc ' J ' ' lcr between tho first day of September and
ot party managers. . Tho farmers' organ- ".u " "t" oi m . .... . tho first day of November lu each year,
lziwons win probably noinmato their own greuicsv uuu uc, mmuugu u may no iruo j , , 7 " , . ' fa ' &c. Thowlsdomof this enactment win
men. nm dwiiim. , ii n.,.0 , i,. ?. .n. i n. vn...,ii., ipi. -r years was drowned at Ogilcnahuro- nst. Tvi. IVU wisuoui oi mis enactment will
ceptinth T Ml"u" ' davevening rwullly occur to every one. In tho Spring
1874, ttaj? wilf have their oranlzluon' w ta T3' , fc' n . , , , tho roads, damaged byjho frosts of winter
comnlcto lnovervtmmi,lr.iiro win and then guess at tlio UUIU. ticouaru wrngon, a lau aged niiio years n,wl 11, n Oritur- Ht.nlniHi nf C.x.l
tako tho election of tho 20 Btato Senators Wo aro instructed to teach by tho help was drowned at Flatlsburgh last week, k0 ,wairej notonlvforuso buttc'.pmicrt
and tho 133 Representatives iu tho LcgUla- 0f tho concrete. Shall wo bo compelled to Tuesday evening. nS'CrtSL iiS-
II villi l'.-iil;. firiv.lwo mill's. Is all li.illnslnl
1...1 .. i. ..i.. r..n ... y . . T . i. . .'.
Htm win, inn iw B"1" '"o inuge io except a snort iiistunco on tno western end,
nnd that will bo concluded within n few
days. Tlio traveller upon t will bo stir.
prised nt tlio even and gentle manner ho is
tuKen over it.
Fromllydo Park to the western terminus
of tho road at Swanton and Lake Chain
plain. Iho illsIniu-0 is nbout forty miles.
Fifteen miles of tills section is ready fortho
tics nnd rails, nnd rnlls aro laid upon a few
miles of tho west end. Tlio heavy work on
tno oilier iweniy-uvo nines is mostly uono,
und tho intention is to complete this section
tno present season.
Ot tho eastern end of tho road twenty.
two miles from St. Johnsburv to Connect!.
cut river nt Dallou eight mites from St.
jonnsuuryio west i;oncoru, is completed,
nnd upon which cars hnvo run for soveral
months, leaving fourteen miles from West
Concord to complete. It. upon which grail.
Ing has been going on slnco last fall. This
bnlanco to bo coniplotcd Is easy and inex
pensive- work, nnd Is to bo finished to tho
liver tho current senshii.
Tims, this magnificent enterprise tlio
Iho residence nnd premises of Milton Norton
Tliunouth, In tho County of Ituthunl. tho fol
loiwmr nersotuil nronertv. to wit. , in mwu ;
calves, 4 two yeur old hellers, t tw o year old
nun, in nuei-p, ihu ivuui una mums iroin somo
i yenriini; con. i iuutit.v wntron. l nni-Ho rnke.
lliuuil. l iilll Ullivia BIl-US, l UllllL-r, l UOUUIO
and 1 slnido harness. 1 sled. 1 stnnn limit, i mow
i uiiiruiv, ii iiiuuiuio oi uiuier, a nuunmy oi
iiuiu mimi; nui,i-u luiiiui-r, nnu psriiaps somo
umii m iiLijsui peinuimi iiruiK-riv.
Asslsnee, of Slllion Norton,
lIUllllUll. UllllU 11. 19J, 111110(1
Tlio Cluincl mljolnlnir iho Congregational
l uurcii win uu tuiu ui uiiuiiun It not jUUMOiniy
lllOIVJOVH Ul I'll
SATURDAY, JUNE 7tii,
At ono o'clock, r, si., on tlio premises.
, J, M. HAVEN,
Chairman ot Committee.
uutianit, Jlnyoist, 1SI3. utw,
In tho world, Is tho
OHIO A GO BORAPHR.
A. II. UNPON, Htnto Agent, Itutland, VI
v i it i:
I'.xtllnt I I I I, hi
(in ,ii , ij.s or Hi.
'illl.'oATuiid I.I S(IH, ami nil ihroiil
lenillng to (leaf i al or N, rvous Iiehllu
neprcsonlhi!; liriepn of Iho tarRcst and
Strongest Coiniunlos In the l.'nlleil iilutes and
u:xi:isai, Afinxdv ron viihmoxt
KKIIIT itr.V. I.Ot IS I)r.flOi:HBI(IAMl.
ClTIIOttC IIHHOP OF VIUlMONr,
Allnsts 111 the follow Inirslnti'tnent loth kthoi
Di:. S. W. SMYTH
11UI1I.IXIIT0.V, Vr., .f.ill. L, 1
To tub I'eiinc:
I hao no hosllallon In rccominenuiiif l)r,
Smj Hi after scehij him perform nerj kiliful
operation on the ear of Ilev. 1". .1. O'l arr ill, w In
was thereby Instantaneous! cured of iloarnc
Mytiiiy i.om i)E(ioEsiiitiAM).
LYCO.MINO FIR1-: 1NSIJRAN(3K CO.
Have Issued policies for TllII!TV-TIIIii:i:
YIIAliS, and paid over f I, t,M i.ihi for lossi.
I, A 11 (MI ST
MUTUAL FIRi: INSURANCE CO.
ix Tin: would.
INCOME LAST YL'AR, ijl,000,-r,:! nil
Policies on Ihu
CASH OI! .MUTUAL PLAN,
SHMUN'S TRMPLE OF FASHION
All Ihe leading stj h s of
Hl'HIXO AND Sl'MMLlt NO LLTIL.S.
far sin passing nil our furmer endeaxur
lleauty, (iuallly and l'llns
TI!IM.Ml:i) AND fNTIIIMStlD II T
All 'itjles nnd shapes, from Mi upwuiil
l:.xiidsite sprays, from lOe, upw.u-i"
SILK TILS AND HANDKLl'.C I1ILKS,
All shades and styles. Windsor Ties at Mi ., ma
el-i'whereat;iK Larue silk Flchn liana
kerchiefs reduced to src. from Si -a
lieauilfui line nnd handsome pat tern" in imni
lluliber, Horn and .let, from sc. n n't upw .iru.
. ALL.VANDlir.'S KIDS,
I n all shades, at J 1 on j two hm t .jn i
iuii assortment, rrom loe. a pair. Hint are
XX (il til yue.. U!)Wiirilrf Imn Frmmi lime, iliiiil.tn
heel and feel, at .
ICES AND LACK (KIODS.
A full nnd complete line In Ilandker Iilet
iiuiv.s, riieeieh, i io- nnu i-onari. wo H.iriiiit
nil our laeo foods to wash to Mic hi .t tlm ul.
COltSUTS AND IU'5,TLT.S.
(ictiaan Woven Corset, xvorlh il, we -h ,. ,
HAIli SWITCHES AND CI HIS.
We cannot he beat on Lone Hair Suit In
i.i;:, : much larci-r at .". in. Linen Ilralil
dueeil lo-nic. Linen Switches lediieed tow,
IXl'ANTS' I.OXO AND SHOUT KOHLS,
Merino Cloaks, Hoods, Caps, Shoe1,, S.v u- 1
SAS1I AND THIM.MINO lilOllON,
In all shades, grades, and nt t'rcatlj' rediu'ed
Lots and lots of goods dallv coming, and .tneks
of them jet to come, and all Relllutr utour ir n:i)
liiular and low llgures. call nt
Asinirx's tkmi'i.i: op rAsmox.
NOXI'AllKIL 1ILOCK, ll Center sr.
rirOItDEUS n- MAirSamnles nml nrlre
list promptly sent hy mall or express. mj lili i
l-'Olt HDTLAND AND ADDISON CCIUNT1IW
FARM KltS' MUTU L PIRK INS, CO.
TIIK HIST COMPANY IX TIIH STATK l-'OU
tir Insures nolhlna hut detached ilivrlllnga,
barns nnd conlents.
By this plan, FAHMKnS' only pay for losses
on l'Mlit 1'KQI'KRTV. No hazardous ' prop.
erly Insured hy tills company.
go DA WATER 1 SODA AVATI.lt
FIIU1T AX1) CREAM SYIU PS,
Dispensed from a new nnd cle ant
AltCTIC SYHl'l1 Al'I'AllATrs, TI l"FS ill sT
only r, cents a glass.
It, at No. 13 Center SI
I'lIAXCIS FL.VX CO.
Coino nnd see It und '
ALL KINDS AND
r. FENN & CO'S.
KUllllKR RASE REGFLATIONS and
Foot Halls at
myald.lw F. FENN CO'S.
rpltlKR AND TRUE, OR En. ALLEN'S
X Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea and
Dysentery syrup. Is tho only remedy that was
never Know n to fall as n safo and speedy euro
ror tho various forms of Summer Complaint.
Try II. only us cents per bottle, sold bs all
dealers In medicine,
ritANCIS FENN A CO.,
riioraiETons, iictmxp, Vt
A RR YOU A SMOK1ST, AND SMOKE
.fjL to keep siuoklnff. You will ilnd a lino
stock of Cigars at
F. FILN'N CO.'S.
FENN & CO.'S.
QARATOGA IN RUTLAND. -THE
lj Star Sprhur water on draft as pure and
in-sii as wnen uipivu iruui nw i-pi iiik, m
FltANClS FENN 4
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF HARKS
AND HOOTS for making beer. This Is
lust what your system needs nt this season of
tlio year, and will make a beverage that w ill bo
very ngreiviblo to tho taste. Try It. Only s
cents per Bottle. Eurybottlo makes leu gal
lons oi beer.
FltANClS FENN CO.,
Proprietors, Hitijixp, Vt,
OTvTlTsPltlNdr WATER nnd other
KJ Saratoga w aters by tho ease or bottlo nt
F. FENN CO'S,
CHILDREN'S' CARRIAGES, ROYS'
Dump Carts, Waggons and Wheelbarrows
F. VENN ,t CO S.
K1SS1NQKN WATER on Draught at
V. FENN & CO S.
CARLE'S WATER PROOF
OIL PL A cKrxa,
HAltNESSKS, CAltKIAOi; TOPS,
Fits harnesses perfectly and prcvents?rael
lug. Does not fry out or gum tho surfri,.
mo wuior, HAceiieni. lur vwia, wu-ya, sc.
n w .-., niMianl cAlUfnllnv 11.,,,,,.,.
tured by j
.n,-t.it-i. a v n xtAiTrtt. Ari.Mir.i,i.t. vt