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ST JOlCsSRURY. VT., FHIDAY. NOY. ( 1868.
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i.-l'Cllll M.
A,- . 1 ir II u
1 tl
,Jfeii
The Soiiy of the !J;irt.
liv wo.uan iiooii.
tlftmil f th ir.r.,i ., , i; a:
W.tn finctH icaM auJ oru,
Wltli wlit . il plHC-,1 ;!opo,
A ivoinau U by the pteauiln tub,
liyi ' r c-ike of eojp
U-u.-b! a h! mih!
Wliile tbc a,) r ,J :jttcr an.l epirt,
Aud ftili, vr.tli l t.;,ejf fri nzkj pitch.
"Wish !
Wliile- 1 .
AnJ 9,h
Till I fjiily 1
ii-h ! wiph !
t lfo:n fvcry kjiv!
-WHllW.lCU
ooi tho il.or!
It'"
Aloiif; witli the barbar. -i' Turk.
Wht tc uoiutii h u ui'vtr .1 ekirl to uai,i,
Iftbi-i.iU-c nt work.
()b, V c wit'i bitf'lici t deirl
fb. .Mr n u il'i Wouti'ii of Mj !
It ifut tbi lipen tlii?y'io wwilnc: ou
liut thu llncu tlu y'n- brinni; in 1
,"h -v
White the r
Jl.Aaiii ut o
A Cro;nB
mp Hlif fpi
ill i
")!i ' lut lo nii, h lli,- l..-tli
llf tl c l nuino boltli' ) sivoct
With the rluudfll. r onr niy ho.id,
Ai.d tbi- lir.ir I" liruiuth my frct,
r..rinlyoiK-fboitli..r.r
..f,-, 1.11,11 lidy f.-i.
Cil trippimr aloiig Uroadivuy
With n j ird or moic at Ur hitrla 1"
With fin!:. rf fc ldod and uorn,
With irafh! oud plactd jclpH'.
A iiuii.m Mocd j i tlie a'l-iMa.ij; Iu'..,
I'lyiliR hi r caLf f .nnp
Uath nuh uitli
Wbili t!ic Ftap ul ppatti r nil ?j irt,
And ptil!, iib -i voitc tttat you nouldu i api'lmJ
frti, th ,t it uvr coulJ rrHch 'lli'e -V.au J;
Mic rvij thij "M.ns f tl kirt.'
Escti)itl from .Titsiice.
Il wa a bitter uij;lit in ,I.iiiiinry a
niIit wlion hoiiit'Ii'.-.-' a:iiiTt'i on tliu
inoois itiiht litivu nank lo n liwen tu
de.uli, ttiitl llie verv marrow teL'iiicil lo
I'ongoal in tme" lnino.
Tlure'.i onn ailvantiie iu Mcain."
jiruwied a !at old entlouian in iIil iur
ner s-uat : "wind and wt-atlior tlon't af
Il'CI it. Xi tUAi aml liloud hur cuiil.!
-taiid a nislil liku llii.-, lml tlie iinii lnn-f
it'0i- ttraiiit alit'ati, wliether llu' tlier
niuuiL'tcr i-j at zoro or at bjiling waicr
licat."
lu-t tlien tlie conductor ontL'ri'd.
"Tifkt't-. "ri-ntleinun it jmi !u:tse." .
'lt'. a liicadtul nilit. L'uiiducinr," I
-aid. i'ooliii with .-lilK'iir.l lingi-i". lnr
iny ticket, m tlio liiv.t-t t.tickct o! 111
.oat.
"Ureaillui, -ir," lcclusjily n.-ijink'.l
ilie I'onduflo:'. "W'liv llie iiivakinan
can't livf tmtcitle, and m I look tliontlier
war whfi: tlioy i-n'fji iu, p.mr tollow.-, lo
pct a brcutli ol' wann air at llio stovc.
Wu lnnun'l liad Micli a liight ini'e a
vci,r Hi:o rouiu iktr M.Mnd ot I'Vliruary.
W 'loui lil.ikeU'o, tlie ba"i:iio nia?-
inr, ttuo bjth liis leet, and a woitian
.vlio was eom'uij; 011 Irom Cliicago got ott'
at BlinnV l'otir CurmT- witli licr baby
111 lier artns, a di'n.l '.-oi pse."
"Knwii to !. ..!t f"
"Ayo, litiz.:! to dfatli, and ,-lic never
tlioulit l . " liiinir. but tliat it wa-a-lceii.
.M li.i'iv'i eolil,' sayn slii', "biil
.ve'll 1-0011 wann .! a Iil-ii we gi't hoiiR-.'
It wn-jiirt Hiich a niglit a-i lliis."
And tlio londiictor openod llie dour,
aml phuigi'd iirro tlu; oouphng liito tlu'
ne.t onr cryinj; out.
I lardwiek."
It m iinile a co:i-i'l rt.ble t:ity with
a lmmUonio iron di'pol. llarinj; ca- lamp",
and the usual cruwtl niotind thi- plal
form, wilh it.-! Iinnd-i in il.- pockct, and
iu figar enii llamin tlinmli the uinlit.
Onr -ar was neariy the l.f-t ct' llie luaj:
train, and but (ine pa;eiigcr ontered it
a slendiT youn giil, wrupped in a jiray
lilanket huwl, and weani. a ni'at little
ravelliti'' hat of uray i-traw. tritamed
with tonc colored velvct (lowers. She
eeinod to hesitatu, like one unu-ed to
iravellini, and liimlly tr.it dowu near the
door.
'ranluii ine. vouiitr lady," si.'vl 1.
but you liad bettor ooine nearer II
tove."
SUe t-tnrtml, hc.-itatcd an instant, and
tlicn obcvet!.
"Doe? tliis train 20 to H:tvswater
he iisked in a voii-e dehoioiii-lv soft
nd twect thal it seeuied to thrill throu
Yi'S. Cau I be of any tervice
ou ?"
'0h, 110 at least mit unlil we reach
I5:iv.'watcr. I vould Iiku a carnajte
then.
Wo Fhall not be there yet these three
liou."'
-'D11 we ftop aaain '"
"Only at Exmoulh."
yiie drew tt decp sigh, bwmingly ol
reliel, aml settled baek m tliu corner.
l'.v the light ot'the lamp thai Iiwn; in it
brass lixture oppo-ite, I cotild ee her
faee, and a little ro-y moulh like that ol
lml iy.
l)o you expect lnemU to meet you
it lkiyMvater, iny ohild .'" I asked 111
cidentally.
Xo, bir I am gomg to s-i'liool there.
It will be an awkward hour ltir you
lonntve by yourfcH' one 111 the iiiorn-
Oh, I am not nfraid," mio -aid, witu
111 artle-s little laugh ; "l fchail g.i
;iaight to tlu- Seminary."
So tho express train thundcred on.
ivith steadv, eca-elcsa pulslng at its iron
heart, and eonstant roar.
Suddenly the sigual whistles souuded,
he trnin Uan to slacken its specd.
"Surelv we're not at Kxmouth vet,'"
1 tl ., lht, "unlesd 1 have fallen arleeii
tnu ... iwed the progress ot time 10 es
cape me.
1 glaiii-ed at m- wateh ; it was burely
half pa-t t'leven, au 1 I knew wo were
not due at Lxmo'ua until n lew niinutc
after twelve. 1 riibbed the frot Irom
the window c'ne and looked out.
We had .-!i :-i-d at a loncly little way
itation in tho tui Ut f den-e ptne wood
"Is this Exmouth l"
It was the fot't voiee of tlie pretty
tntveller oipo?ite.
'No 1 don't know what place it is ;
S'jine way station."
"Does this train stop at yay stations?'
"ever, uenerallv , they must nav
ln-en esneciallv &it?nulled here. You are
cold niv ehild vour voiee trembles.'
"It is co'.d," aho gaid, in a searcely
audil.le tnii. , di nwii.g her chawl anmnd
her. "Uh, I ui-h ihey tvimid liurry
0:1 .
"Wcare iuoiag onee inon-." I Miiil.
'.Cjinltirtiir," lor tlie man of lirke
a pu-iiig ihiiiugh the ear "wiiv tiid
we Mop at thi- li.iekwood- plaee .'"
''Out ul" untiT," w,n the reily, a he
liurnedlv p:t ed by.
Xow 1 kiioiv pi-ik-etly ui-U ihat lliis
aii-Hi-r wj,.-jut the real Milu'ion ul llie
uiatler. Our di-lay had imt exrefi'ed
half a luiniite. altnethfr too .-hort a tiuie
for rrph'ifbdiing the boiler.- ; aud where
011 earih ta- the waier lo i-uino from iu
llu.t iirfol.ilr .-tieteh of barivn pine
wond-.
Five miuute.-i aflertvards tlu coiuliictor
re-eiitend the ear . I iitade rooiu i'or
lli 111 at uiy riiii:.
"Sit dowu eoiiiluctor yuu've iiothing
to lo ju-t tiii- ininuti-.
lle'oWj.-.!.
hat di'i you nieaii by telling ine
biieh a lii; jj-t nmv '."
1 !-pu!e under iny bieath ; he iL'plieil
iu the .-ame loue :
"About w li.it .''
'Abotil tlie rea-on you Mopped ju-t
IIUH'."
1 le suiiled.
'To tell the truth 1 Mojiped tu lake
011 :t Miigle par-i-ngi'r a gentleuian who
hu- eouie tlnwn fVuiu 15 irw:iter."
"Ko" llie ple.lMire of tr:;eliing oliee
inoie uiiT tlu- -ame rotilo .'"
"Kvaetly mi Uu- the pleaMire ol'tiav
elliii in ciTtain sy. Uju't b-
alal ined im- your own sal'ety it".- a ile
teetiie polieeiiian."
1 wa abimt to repeat the wor 1" in a--toni-iiinent,
v.heii he inutinaj ! ine to
leniv.
"1 don't ktiow iiivecII yet. I K- doi-u't
want a .-eetu- unlil tli. mnmeiito: arn t ;
we are .-ate einmli until We ie.ieh L5i.
tvaler."
"Wlieie i- ho .'"
'l'he detective ? IleMt-by tlu- dour
uiidcr ivitli a r.igged lur oai ptiiledover
lii- eye.-. D11I you i-mt iv a iiinre pi-r-l.el
f- eiui. 11 01 llie ili-l.ip.d.ui-d r.iiuili i -man
"
I i-itiiK-iI : I oul 1 hardly holji it.
- A niuider a 111. tn and hi- wit'1 a.id
two childien. Iuiir ihroal- i-at i.-i-i nigh:.
and the Imii:.- -et tiii' lo afiei ivan'.-."
"Ciivat lle.iwu-: wliat a tii -ti-lir '."
e liad tMtiliuiiiMl our 1 ir-a?'wn
i.irouhoiit 111 .1 whi-pt-r. ?eari-fly almv.-
ur IiiiMlls. an l nmv the ei.n !iu-t..r rn
an l W.t iu.- 10 .-ttnh I'n- f.u-e.- ui my lel
lutv pa-'M'iige!-. m illi cui ioil-drmid and
lio.Tnr.
.s i:u"h(. v. . "t:.'n;i- 1 vvi-hcl th-tii-t!-Wv
iu iny mi'id, my t im-y -cltl. d 011 a
en:!!-.-!". rro Iunl.i.ijj ui tii ojipn-ue, wiih
.1 lin-hy bi:iid an! a r.tl ol" -haiv. y
wonl, with tlie i-iillar mriitil up rnuud
ear.-. I lelt i-oliviui-cd ihat tni-man.
ilh the br.ilal eye-, an l lhe hea j
h tn-'iii'' iaw-. w.t- the Cain ! an 1 a- 1 I
1....1 .... ,.. t 1 ;., 1 1 ... .:.!.. I ""
o.ien blue kiIi- nl tlie fair little 1:11'
Obexin.'
the iil-tali::tlieuu- inipll'.e ot
iiiv heait. I r.-j an 1 went ovt-r to licr.
lnil .K.ir.i '.vl.al w e wi-re --tl 111. Iiiv
ehild .'"
"Ve a lnurdcr i-h. how horrible '."
"D.i not be l'li-ightcned no one -h.ill
hr.n you '
he -miie.l up in uiy f.ue with weet
I'oi lidint: iiinoeeiiiv.
t)lUllVal 1-XiiinutIi w.t but briel :
l.nt ilmii,.. th,. ,l..t:.v I e.mli! th.it the !
watehl'ul deii-i-Iiie ii.nl ehailged kii eat
lo one tieaier lhe hruili-h inau iu lhe
.-h:n;y overce::t
Sv," .'.ill.-1-v.d ;he young giil '-lhe.-
tney lofkid tho eard.iorat Hxniouth:
t.ie .t'.v uiili.el.ing lliein now."
She wa- rijiiil.
l'lobahly they were f'eaiful le.-l the
eriminal .-hoiild e.-cape," I riiuarked iu
1111 uiidi'rioiiC-.
Willni! may 1 troubieyoii to bring
me a gla-s of water .'"
1 r-e anl in.ide iny way totvards the
iee cooler by the door, but with dif!'u-iil-(v.
for lhe (rain wa- a'-ain iu raiiid inj-
tion. To my ili-.ipiioinlm.'iit lhe tiu gob -
let wa- ehaiii' d to lhe ?l elf.
"No matter." t-he -.iid, witii a win
nin miile. '-1 will eoine tuvsell."
1 diew the-watt r, and held up the
eup : but in-tiad ot taking it a- .-he ap
proached. .-he hru-l.od -uildeiily pa-l ine,
opened the door, aml lu.-hed out upon
the platfoi 11..
'-loi her ! stop her !" shouted the
delt'tt'r.e. .-;iringing lo his fi'et. "Siie .
ttill be kiih-ii .- eondue'.oi brakotiiaii
ho!d up
Theiewasa ru-h r iiiinuU .1 bu-tle.
I was the lir-t unon the platl'orm, but it
wa.- einply aml de-eried, rae by a half-
frozen hiuking btakeman, who peemed
hoiror Miiiken.
Slie ueut pa-t like a .-hadow, iiud
jumped oll' as we cro-od C'airu turnpike-
ul." he lainim'rtd.
"Jiimiird oll' lhe expre-.- train ! Well"
ru'ul the conductor, .-lirugging hi- shoul
ders, ".-lie lnu-t hae been killed in-t.tnt-
What inad loily ."
'ItB lixe huu.lri-il dollats out of niy
ket," saul the ileteeiiie, riiL-Iully. "I
hiln't want a row bofore we got tn
)u -water, but I was n cml'ounded I'ool.
woiuaii eoriiiiid witi do ainlhing, 1
bciu ie .
What '." I tjaculiited, "you purely do
not meau tnat ehilil
'I ineiin." said the delcetivo caluily,
that thal ehiid: as j-ou call her, Attila
liiirtoi:, a m:trri.d woman of twenty-t-ix
ears old, who hr-t night inurdered four
pei-sons in oold blood, and was trying to
e-iaiie to Cauada. That's what I
meaii."
Tiie train was etopiied anj a party of
us, heai-ed by tho eiuductor an 1 delect
lie, weut baek to M-.trch lor any trace
of tlie lifauliiul oung creature, who-e
lovehne-- and app.irent niiioeento had
appeah.d to my .-Miipaluie.- m earnestl.
Xor was il loiig iieloro we I'ound her, ly
in (iuite ikai't bv tho traek. liightlully
inmiuled by tho loive of tho fall, and inu-
lilated almost bevonil locogiutioii .
"Well. the'.- esotined iu-tice iu thi.-
world. it not iu the next," said tho d
tective, "loomily, as ho -itood looking
down upon her reniains.
'Do you supp.iwJ oho expeelad to be
ablo to spriug oll' thi- espress train witli
out injury I asked.
"Witliout mitr.'t injury ycs ; woinen
are nnri':ion:llile erealure-'. 15nt I r.ev
er dreanied of sucli iiifane folly, or I
.-hould have takeu pronipt nieiu-urcs to
pnvent it."
Tboy lifled up the fair tlead thing, and
earried it lo the ne.tre-t place of refu:e
a lonely farmhou.e among the frozer,
liilN, aud retiinn-d lo the train, roachiug
l!ay-water only a few uiinute-i behind
our regulnr time.
Aml when in the next niorniu'-' p.i
per 1 re.n! 1I10 afcoiint ol the murder, I
tliuiiht of the .-leiidi'r creature't blue
eyen and rosebnd luuuth, with a strange
pilying thrill at my heart.
lCjrtruordinaru Jijrtnriment of tt
JSasftfnl iMVvr with I'ltincicttr.
A few eveningi i-itii-o a young gcntle
111:111 niadc a piircha.-e of one of the.-e toll
tali" niafhiiie.-i. and ivjiaii 1 to t'ne ni
dence of a young lady to whoiu he wn-
p.iying addrc.-?e?, witli the hope ihat
I'lanclielte would reveal to hini wliat he
had I'ailr-d, for -vant of courage, to ob
laiu Irom hi-t.or dulciii Aflor ar
living at the hnuse with tlie little joker.
eoncealed. aml .-pending a 'ew iuuim r.i
in the parlor in ordmary eomiiioiiplaeo
tt'ith the jounjr lady, who had so dnuvn
tipun liir- wann atU'i'lion-. he ni;iiinri'.I to
iiitroduee l'laiiehe'.te, aml l:itnl that he
'.ad one with him, and if the yoiing lady
had 110 olijeelioii- they would ultile away
a .-Imri time in te-ling ils poM'i'.-. Ae
eoidiiijily ihey airaiied tlii'in-clves at
the talile, and nftt-r -iend'ui'j - iine letuth
of time iii -criju- eli'ort, tiity Miivced' d
iu rei-eii iii' an-tvei-ith.it .-rtti-lied iiicir
minds that l'hinehe'.te wa-t but too well
ariliiailited wilh llie :iO"iil. ol thewuild
and what li.- in the luttnv. Kmlinhleu
ed by Mieee. , t! e lady propounded nn-ii-tally
Miudry (pie-lion-, and proaipl an--wei-
were relurned. The .-eipiel lo ihi
interviexv tve giie to our re.ideiv, a" re
htted tu 11- by :i lemale tiietul to wlnuu 11
lia-lieen eontidrd. giv ini; the ipie.-tion-and
re.-poii-e- iu tlie ordor iu whirh thev
oeeiiired. A.- it niatter ot cour-e. the
iii'ininulHtor ln-in a young lnilv. her lir-i
impiiry wa-, '-Sliall 1 eer inarry .'"
Ye-."' promptl eaine tr.nn l'laiit'l'eltc.
"Wheu !'' " l'wo yi ar-." " To ivhnm .'"
"S If ."" 'ilii- uus entiit'h
-atisl'at'toiy. .1- it inelude.l b.uh the p.tr
1 it'-, an.l a- tlie con-iiiiunation b.it'n d '
VinilK tti.-tiid, txe.pt a- lo the time.
i.i.-!i .ipp v.jv i lo rie uiirea-onaiily .1.
l.ned. !:ah we lo happy ;' "I'r
ti. ily." N iw t'llloived a ipie-tion
wlneii th.- nouii l.nly di-ired a taithlin
lulitiii, a-it aj.pi .i.vd to her the 01.1
Mimm.ttii.il ol e.iilhly hli?. "Sh.ill we
haie eluidleii .' '." "Ve.-." Girl- aud
B'."' C'ei tainlv." llow inaiit .'"
The au-tter t i tliii the young hu'iv wns
aiixiou- lo iuite earelu.ly. a.- iuueli de
p.'iid.'d 011 the i'o.-ult. l'i.iui'helte w.
diliura'.i.. 1 vin. m l; ii. : a-te. de.-.roii ol
inakiiig 1.0 iui.-i:iNc ii. his frj;tire.-. I.al
witli ciin-ideraole ilUtieinib-i.
-e-i-e-n-t, wneu ine young taity
' ' . . . "
. , it ih ided 111 hiiln -b.- lhe (all. Wheth-
er l'lanehetie inteiuled '.-eeiileeit'" or
-een;y"" wa-not di teiin'uiel, and we
pivi!iiie time. alone ean di-eover the en
tiro an--.er. Aitc AHi-ihi ( .ul. ) I.ilja:
Ti:nii-.i.i.-uMi: C'iiii.iiin.N-. Wnen
7" r
ii- l ol their nni-e. jut ttuiik
lianne would liehiiu!il it eiiim-
"hat l!u-
lo a tolal 'llenee Xaluro m.ike? a pm-i-it(ii
lor :-tivnt:tliciiin the eliiidreii".-lmig-
by exereise. li.ibie? i-ai.not laugh
-o as 10 gi-l niueh .'X.-rei-e in tliH way.
but we neer ln-ar.l of oue that i-ould 11.1t
ery. (Vying, -hoiiting. -en-.un'ui'j: are
natiire's lung exerei-e, and il you dn not
ivi-h fjr il in the parlor, pr.iy have a
platt cijvoled to it, and ki not di'harthe
gnls from it. tt-iih tho nolion that it i
i.iipropcr ior thei'.i to laugh. jump, ery.
M-reant and run raee- in the opeu air.
After a wliile one gels 11-od to thi-juie-nile
inu.-ie, and ean even write and think
i.iore eoii'eeutively with it ihan wiihou!
1 it, provided it
lo s not 11111 into ohiura-
torv ioi iu-'. e ivim-niner a ooy iiiai
ued lo go to m:Iioo1 past our slmly win
ilmv. aud he generally made a toiitinu-
otis -treaui of loaroil'to the Fchool-hou-o
and baek ag.iin. We siippo-eil at lli ft
ho had been t.early inunh'ie.l by gjme
one, aml liad wa.-ted eon-idti.ible cun
pa ion 011 the wrongs of infant ianj
ivnce : b it. 011 impnting into the cifc.
I'uuml him iu 11crfcotly g1.nl eondition.
The Iriuh was that .ho poor little lello-.v
had 110 mirthfiih.i'V in his coinpo-itiou.
therefuie eouldn't l.iugh and !-hout, an 1
-o n iture, in lu-r wi-o eoinpeii-alion, had
givcii him more largely the lacully o!
roaring. Ho se.-ined 10 thrive u;.on il,
and wo believe is-till doing well. Laugh
ing and hallooing. howerer, aie to be
prcierred, un'ie-s a ehild thow.s dccided
im-.ipacity fortho.-e exereis;s.
Oureyo alight.-, ju-t now, upon the
following touehing little f-crap, writlen
by au F.nglish lahoier, wiiopo ehild had
been killed by tho falling of a beain :
'Sweet lausbhiir ehild 1 the cottuiie door
tjlauils Iree aml opeu uo ;
5ut, oh! its siuijhine gihls 110 more
Tho gla-luess ol thy brow !
Thy niorry step hath passed away.
Thy laaghing spjit is hoghetl i'or aye
Thy molher by the Greside sils
Aml lUiens for thy eall;
Aud -lowly slowly as s!ie kniis.
Her iiiet te.irs down fall;
Her little hindsrinrj thinj U gone.
And undi-turbed she may work on."
Silcctal.
A (lo.in 1'i'ix. A certain man
who is verv neli now, was very pooi
whtu he was a boy, when asked how he
r.ii his riehos. ho said : "My lather
Tau-dit me novor to plav till tuy wor'
iva.-Tfin'ished, and noer to ipeud ui
tnoney uuiil I had e.irued it. If I hud
but an hour's work in a d.ty, I mut do
that tho lirit ihing, and in au hour. And
after this 1 wa. allowed to play ; and
then I could play with mueli more pleas-
ure ihaa if I had tho thought of an uu-lini-'lied
tttsk bofore my mind. 1 early
fonnedlhe habit of doing everything in
time, and it soon becamo e.isy to do so.
It is to this I owe my prosperity." I-et
ecry oue vho reads thia do likrrioe.
Oriyisi of tia yonltj I'aj'en
Tlu- lollowing i the hi-tory of th
origin of the "Nii-by" paper.-. ItMeuv
that duiiiig the eampaign for the re-e'uc
11011 o, .ur. Lincoln. ucn Alr. L.-eke iv:..-
w;f (irawn up ior euculation a-krig'he
legi;lature to banih all eolored per.-on-l'rom
the .-tate. The wriler mij :
"Thi- pelit'mn, for s-otnu time, the
were po.-itivcly a-hainetl to eireuiate :
hiu at lat a laekage wa- .-ent 10 one
Levi ( 1. Klenner for di-tr;bution. At
the mention ol this iiaine Xn-by pau-ed
aud iudulged in ona of thoi-e iiit-U
t'huekliiig liiugh of hi-. aml ivmarked
What a Itseky thing i'.ir ine that Klenner
wiw ever boru imo thi- world. I! there
liad been 110 I'lemiir. ihere miglit have
been 110 -Xtisby.' 'Who wa. this
K.tuner .'" I a-ked. Ilc w;n a 'oonr
white' trom Virgiuia. who h.id eonie in
to the ?late year- belore with hi- lather
aud imither (neilher ol whom eould rrad
or write,) aud hi- only oeciipation had
been haii"iiii; around the har-rooui drink-
1 iiii whi-key and talkii.g pjhiie;. Xeilher
ialher uor miii had ever hi'i n kmnvii to
lo a -in'.e d.t'.- work in their livt, aml
it eour-e tiiev were the Lfitat ilemoeratie
oraele- of the plaee. For their laluable
ohtieal .-en ico- they were let into the
"ring" ot lhe oveiM'er.- f the town poor.
iiid liad inanago to t-!eal emiiih ol the
upplie- lurni-heil by the t.nvu to eke out
1 1111-erable evi-ienee. Sueh was Klen
ner : aini wlien 1 -aw -ncii a creature
eiri'iilatin micIi a pt'tiii.m .1 docimietit
-o wliolly beiieath lhe tvai-h ol any iliu
iiili.d or .-eiiouii.'i di-cii'.-ioii the idea
ol'iiie tii-t Xa-by letlers eanie to ine.
My 111:1111 idea wa- l i ridieuie thi? Klen
ner. and it tn. k o well, wa- eopied mi
1 xl"ii-iv. Iy. an I -1 eti'eelively Mue!i:Iit!d
iiiin and l.i.- petili.ni-, that I wa -.iti-lie.l
lh.it I had t-triirk a rieh veiu aud niu-t
w ork it out." "'
Ibiw Tn Si.t.ri- in Cnuia 11. As-um-ing
th.it i a duly, let 11s eon-ider the
nianner of p.'rli.rining it. I.iko all Chri
tiati practice-. th -re phuiild Ii.' iimform
ity in the inauui-r :
First It 1- an iiiiprnpi-r nianner in
p!-.o:ming thi.- duty lo nod. aud for t'n
I :ain r'-astm ihat it atlraei- too much
au I'iion. We are eeerv wh?re lauht to
.1V0 d (Kteiita'ion- di-play in our wh"lt
. :--!iip. 'ihe t'ha.i-ee- were eoud. . 1111
. : :nr pif 1 1 i-r at e.irner.- ol the ?:n el.
1 l-at they mi'jht I10 -von il men. Oa
th. - n.i.-pi 'uiipal the nodding ..n-hip-pi-r
i1- n akiag too publie a dij-phty o! hi
1 'Mtion-.
S-eoml Xi r i-it prnner to snore iu
tlu- pcrlormaneu o! tlu- duty partly for
tie fore'Zi'in lea.-on- : but nninlv he
e-.tu-e it t- a direet iiitraeti'iu of lhe gol 1-
eii iuie. Sii1.11.1-e lor in-tani. I11.11
your neM iieijhbor i- it-!.-e;.. by jmir
-loiins he will be iiiturbed, p ob.iblv
nvakeued. 1 hi- i- li.it doin unto oiher-
.1- you would that they should do unto
you.
riiird lt i- wiot'g to i ijuie one'-j
lie.tllh wliile oli'criii'j: wor-hip : and a'!
ihv-ier.tn-admit lh.it to -hvp with the
head thrown baek aud 111011U1 wi.leopen
. Iiable to pro itn-e muv throat an.l iioaire-ne-.
I5e-ide.-. tiier -nmetiines get into
ihe inoulh 011 -ueh oecasi.jn-. aml by
their iiijmioii-) cxplnration- l'nklo lhe
delie.tle incuibrane- and i-au-e hornble
-li rnulalioii- and e.nighin, wiueh ir- very
injuriou- lo iieallh.
l-'oiirih To i-lo.p with tl.e head re.-l-ing
upon thoaiin- ofiue voihiiper and
tlie face buricd in lhe eoat cull'-. is llie
mo-t iiuproper way ..1 oiiirin tleep
wor-hip. Fii.-t. bccau-e it i- injurinu
I.) hcalth, and ma'iuly, bee.tu-e it i- a
ilinet Mti'.ation of tho J-eripiure-', whieli
euuiinaud- us to let our light mi -hine
tn.it men mav jiroiit by ourex.inipte. In
thi- eaJe it is inipo;.-ib!e to l.uow whether
the Christian v.orjliipper 1- a-nep
awake. lt i? :t po?ilie e.o of luk
warnine-s neithor tne one thing nor tl
olher.
Sril.i. KllllM. tl.S TIIK I'l.llNH. Iu
.igi'-liding il i- pceuliaily lioe that
1.- the hr.-l ni"iit that cois. lt 1.- niore
intoierablo thali the lomhiiialloii of lhe
sueeeediiiL; hali'-.inen. wert lhe iouniei
prolougi-d lor a wvek, !ho bre.tking-iil k-
learlul tiie pro.oiigatiou 1- heaiable
I'he air aet- cold. tne r.ad grow dii-tv
1 ehoko-. or rougli .md alanii- you :
the !eti- "et slill aud ntinib, tho temiiei
Ige- , eMiybu ly is nieicome w iih sleep,
but c.iu'l st.iy u.-leep iho strui:gle
onteinliug nadiro iat-k- every uer e,tires
eierv l'eehiiii : ceribody flo.iudeis nml
nnik- abotit again-t t-ierjbody cl-o ii
helpleso derpair: perhap- the bigge-l
111:111 111 me -i.iue wui ivaliy "ol a-ieep
hich doing ho iiivohinlarily and witl
ure?i-lablo niomentuin Mire.uln liun-:II,
h-g-, buot-, arms aud head. 01 er tlu
whole in-ide of Ihe eo.teh ; tho girl
.11!.. the pi'nl.nie .-ui.il. Milue l.i.l
uanl-a smeiliiiir bottle o.it cl her baj; aml
bag i- Miinoivhero ou the lloor, nohody
kinw.- h in'ie.but linind 11 itnir-t be; every
'..odv'- iaek hair comea tlowii, aud what
is natiue aud what i- art iu eo.-tumo aud
haraeier 1- r.-veaied, and then, harde.-t
Irial ot aii, lnni'iiing bieak upon lue
-cene aud the leeliag overyhodv tlirly
grimy, fa'iiil, "all to pieee-," cro" stich
a lii-eiiehaiuin exhibition ! The "irl
ihat Is loelv llien, the man who is ga'l
lant tiiid bereiit let thciii bo catalogued
lor nojterity, iind tran-h .-d at onee
heaven cannot sparo mhIi ornament
aml tlit-v are two a"rav.itiii:i for e.irth
Mr. h.irla.
tS- Wuy do 1101 lhe clergy w'uo have
-o e..rmstly iiroached again-t tho lilaek
Crook take the Grtcian bund iu haml .
i noiiced that ery mniiy voung ladies
who weiv not ailing when lln-y caine lo
ihe Spring", thowed -ymptoins of the
liieeian soou atier their arnal, aml so
euivd it ehronieally bel'oie leaving. It
surely was pul on ; I cannot beliovo 'tis
the natural elleet ot tho water.-. lo toll
ihe truth l'vo tometime- felt that way
mysel'', but 1 generally took pepperiiiinl
for it ar.d got some 0110 to rub mj- stom
aeh with wann red ll.innel. H i- deli
nitely settled that the Girl of the I'eriod
muit distres her colon with the Grecian?
Will tho eoming woiuan, (us well as the
Ooi'ig on), weara paniinr ' Can nothing
be dono lortbeu ? Johu J'uul.
fjxxm, (Oanlcn antl itcltcn.
Farmiuy In Vrvuiont.
-Mr. Z. K. Jauic-oii of Irasbiirg, Vt.,
Seeretarv of the Orleans Couutry A
i-ultural Sociely, read an e-say ut the
State Fair, on Vermont Kaniiing, from
whieh we make the following extrael :
I i.-.-ueil a eiiftilar iu the fall of lS(i",
tobelilled b the Sehool Distriets Clerki",
de.-igmd to exl-.ilut a eoireet aecount ol
the prodii' lb 01 ihe m vi ial larni.s in their
iv-peeCivedi-tKe!-. b.i e.l 0:1 :lu; eslimate.
or po-itive 'idgu if lhe fariner.
them-eU!:.
K-ports were reeeived of 71S furin, in
thirleen town?, but im toivn was eutirely
rrported. Ou eaeh ol th l'arni there
was an average of aeies ot .,iflure.
'J'- inowing, am! -ix aore- of htnd in
jrain and hoed erup inaking '.II.1, aere-
of eleared land. Tlie value ot all the nro-
luet.-01' thr-e fariiis aveiai;ed SIl.UO
beiug Slo.i.i tn thu acre. . -nle.-
ivlueii the-e larui- averaged a Migar 01- ,
chard of 'J 1 1 treef, ielding -l'ni poim.l- j
ol ugar eaeh. j
I5ut as the greater p:-rt of the.-2 pro- I
duetioi!- niu-t be eo .-liuieii upon tlie
larin. only a sinall portion coul.t De ex- I
eiianged t.ir inoney. I lie wool, the but- ;
ler. a lew oai- I'uu potaiti.-? tuat we uiav
tiippu-e could be ppaivd. niay hrin.r in a
ca-li ineome of -oine to.'io, 011 eaeh lant. .
w hieh iii'i-t pay the laxe-, the groeer
elotln- the f.unili , .prm ide nett aml re
p.tir old f.inuing tool ol all de.-eriptiu-.
ui- cuu.iii, ini.ii.i"ii, .11.11 intii
will be but a Mtiall miiii remain'm- to 1
iine-i iu govenmient bjnds or Ior .-endiiiL'
ihe ;tm? to college. I." thi;
iver.ige oi
Or'n-an- (O.intv lt-s then tl
he aierae j
ine.nne ofoiher eoun'.i.
ine si.-i.e . j
1 will not i.du.il lh.lt it i;. C'. riaiu'v,
then, it theie were nj hop ol n.-ii.g abovc !
the ave::ige, t.iiiuuig mu-t bj cuu-idered
an unprolitabio voeatioii. ltui from my
own door I ean look 011 two larin- that i
vielil an averaao ine.iineol "U". Iiesul
i:iyinS liiroil lili !in.l f.iimlj- 1-Jinin.ft,
and ihat wiihoui eoiniiing tiie lora
farms there were I
On Olld
ot the
rai-ed T.'i lni-hol- wheal.JOO bu-hei- oat.-.
,ut" mi-..ei- pot.iioo-, 1..11. uuMiei- corn.
ou tous huy. a ton ot hutler. a ton ot '
chet-e, U.00 poiiud.-01 pork, liveweight, 1
he.-i.hs slKep. lottlf. e.tlvo-. On tlu- ,
larm w e'O latteu.-d ollO turkie? toi maiKet
that 10.ded a j;ood piohl.
ii.ier l.irui o! 1!
ame -ize ..-un
''r1 :ltlv yi.ele.l .l biishsU
tt-hcat, 100 bu-hei- oats. ,o'.i bulit-K
potatoe-. 1UU bu-hei-eorn, ,., ton- ot '
bay: M eow-y.elde.l ".IMIO poinid- ot but-
ler and oilOU po.md oi ehee-e, JlllO
pi iiud-, lit- wt-i'Jiht. oi pom were tat-
tene.l. jOii iound-ol -!i;ar were made,
'!'. bu-hei- of ber.u- r.ii-ed. a-i.le Irom
iii.iii-. ..lner ili in.- o. i.ieo.ne. 15 ith o
the-e hai.l-work'.iig l.inn.-r? are inere.ts
ing tluir ie?pei-tive iiuvmic- anl adding
10 tlu- weatth of tho Stato l.y the boun
ti' it produetion- ot their farm-.
Noiv -0111. mav a-k.how ean the averaae
em.-iiu smatl w uere Mieh lann-jt'xist .'
nn-.er.that when I turii my eye- Irom
tlu-e tann- to tho we.-t, 1 mv ou lhe side
il ihe mniintain. auother I'.irin. with a
hou-e and a lo baru : tho ae .-lick-
111 the lot: where tu. woo l w.i- cut to
-ipie.-tU and n'oi.- :n ,.i. 1 lli.- kitchen
ur. 1 lie u.viiii- reu.arf.i d t 1 in. t!i:;:
, .. , .,
he coiilil now .ut about lille'tt ti.u-
iid.i't know but he had better 111b
md i-eru'o and set out a few atiplo tree-.
lt ha- been liard work tor that farm.-r
to liie: aud thero are uritiv liko him in
K-se. t '.dedniii.i. I.nnoiih'. an.l Frank
lin e.ounties. and urob.iblv all over t'u
tato. Tla-M' fmall Iarm- ol'rough ia-.-l
nonrly tille-1. cut dowii the averagi
proiliieiion, but -orve a valuahle purp.i-e
helpini; to make up sohooi UistncK
md tsiMiig varieiv to the neighborliood.
Tnere are in Vermont 111 -ny acre.- clo-ired,
aml many faruw oceupied lo day. that
.-hould lne had the grand old forre.-t-
ill wav'mg over them. On sueh laml'wi-t. whero ho cotild douh'.o his monei j
men wear away their iives witli s u.tll
reward. Tho -oil is pei er.-f and oh-li-
nate. iu il.- wet, -to-y or pieeipiiou-
hardiu . Ma.-ler and uii-lres- sl' iiv, iu
iheir ruiged. eare-tt-nrn feature-. angu'.ar
worn K-ature-. angular
d h iud-. lhe evidoiiee.-
forin- .t.i.l ealloii-'d h iud-. iho evulonee.-
ofcon-lant imlustiy and econoniy. . At
the saine time. there are other acre vet
tiucloared and untilled, that would bouii-
tifullv reward thol.tb.ir bsslowod.
Ilaving con-idered the faruis. wo now
lurn to the larining. W hilo lhe farms
ttere being eleared, the crop- fr.im Iho th "ear.- draw nigh when they shall I li:ltc nmt-clliiig tho ineane bu-ino-- that
m-.vly biirued land were geiieially sati -ay they have 110 plea-ure in them, and j .inv ,., L..lu g:,jru u What is ineau-fa.-tory,
and as they weie coiisuiued by do-ire shail fail and lhe grasshoppor be a ' r What doesiui re harin .' What
the cattle, winter atter wmter, piles of burden : l m:lkt-s so many people aud families 1111,-
manui-e aocumulated about the barn-. in refornug to a i'ow brauches of agri- ,.raule ; 'ill any rum-eller answer the.-j
Afier tho stumps were potled, and tho euliur.; adapied to tho aged, my purposo j ,,ueiion- .' Our i-oluiim- aro open.
plow di-turbed tho soil lor tlm first time ' is le. to advi-e others, than to m.ip out 1 .spCak il you dare. Write if you can,
-hipe .re.-itio!i. th-rons were -till -aii 1 .1 10,1. 1 Ihat in due time I mu-t iravel ,lc;L.,I your bu'ines--. We aro rur-
factory. Yet continued cropping soon ' my.elt. j lullS t0 l.ll0VV wbat kind of a plea you
les.-ened tho yield, and the aiciimulated Wheie the preparatory work for an 1 )u. j,., to ,ieleml a biisiness that
luanures were gladly apnlied. Still, a- ;u chard was made in middlo life, lruit ujs j.,;). au,j pritou,j .-eiils tho young
the ilotv made its way irom one lield to ' raising i.- 11 cougenial employiiieiit for tho .in,j 0,i ;nto tlu gttcr, bedew.- theoartli
auother, more wa- takt.i from the soil ! ngod. With tlu ir expeiii'iico oyeryjkind j wjiU (,. ilr.-, an,l lills the untiinoly grave
iiiau was rotuiiied to it, aud then .1 ol lruit can be made m pay, il the Vest thous.:itnIi. ttMtiid mlqiniileiU.
diuiinution ot erops wa-Iho retini. Imt varielie- are olio-cn auu .11111 care given
not sulik . Mitly porceplibie to ocea-ioii 1l1.it i.- esseiitiul to siicee.-s. l"ho markets
alarin. Generally one portion of lhe 1 .re n. ver ovorstocked with lln-.-e healthy
farm was put into pennatient pa-tuie, j j.roduetioti- of tne soil. Frem, diied or
auother inlo periiiaueut lield, and the I caniiod, it is ahvi.y-in ili'iiiaiid,and a new
plow run htre and there, as choice or -eedhng of raro merit is somelimts a
uece.-sity dictate.l. For a time a .-eanty fortuno in itself.
ilressing of inaiiur.! gavo a lair crop of 15ee keeping i- so neariy alhed to lann
irain, but evontually the gra.-s seed fail- ing that il i an ea-y change ieu lor tho
ed 10 i-atcli, aud if the tnvner has grown old lo adopt this. On 7 IS farms in Or-
old 011 the plaee, and ha-reared a lainily
of chil lreii that have le.'t, you seu a run
down l.irui and .1 lioine tor .-aie.
There are uiauv l.irui- in this eondition
and now all depouds upon skill. Ilence
I'orth it becoines a atraight light ol skill
.-ij,aiti.-t -terrility.
I'ndor the.-o circum-tances, it may not
00 ami for tl- to study the operations
of fanners in other lialious, that have
accoinpli-hed what we iniist now under
take. In Kiigland, agriculture is not
only self-sustaiiiing, but coiistautly im
proving : barreu beaiii-.10 J downs are,
by tlie assistanee oi' l-u-mju aad sheep,
of drainago ainl ih.iiouuh c.illivatio.i,
nmde fertilc estates. A nystem so .satis
factorv in its rosults thore. muit be
worlh of our attontion. Aiuereglaneo
lati.uglihfariiiiu;;Suggestdai.cedr,of
chango of Mintimcnt anionig us in regard ! bring in tin iueome etpjal to .lOOO at
to pernianetit oceunation of fanns. Thi-1 intercst.
iuust be one of the lirst steps toward-1 A horye is usually kept for tho wi of
iinpi'ovemcut. For mi'ie.s 011 some roaiN old people. May not thu aninial be a
in this ttate, every farm has its priee, I niare of iucb tnerit that the colt that an
and not a letv change otviierfhip ns often j nually siort.s at her pide tliall cominand
a- onee in lio ycar. Now, with sueh 1 a prica eijual to the iiterent of unotlier
feeling-, periiiaiient and thorough ini- .1000.
provenienls are tcldom undertaken, or il'j Then the few acres reserved from thu
i-oinincneed, are not earried to fiual and 1 large farm inight a- well graze a few
-in'ei-ssful re-ults. sheep to kcep up tho mpply of wann
Whcn we eoufidir our farinsas hoinCb I llannels and the inost nutrious nieat. I.ot
ih.it we dcsire to tran-mit to our chil- j them be the benutiful, tr'un South IXnvn-i,
divn unineiiinbered by niorlgage, by which never disappoint their otvner, ei
wecd", or ,-terrility, then hall we begin 1 ther in wool or meat ; or the enorinoiH
lo think oi', and to praelice a self bus- l Cotswolds, which under un old fanner's
taing sj-liin of larining ; a f-y-tetn in i-kilful feeding, s-hould eaeh bicome si
which the rai-iug of riiot. aud lhe I'at- j excelient 11s to all'ord better returns thau
ieuing of cattle iiiu-t l.eeome niore pruii- iJoOO at intercst.
nent, and the farmcr : more tliorough Many purtions of tlie work in dairy
bu-inc&s man. 1 le mi;?t uinlcr.-tand ihe furiiiiiig ou a large ;eale ean be conduet-eapabilitie.-
oi'hi- land and with judgmeiit j ed by farnuTS who could liardly endiire
di-tribute hi.-. labor and erops upon it. constanl. out-door work. The care of
Ile iiuist tmly the in.irkets, aud ileclde
,,.. t huv and when t.i sell : when lo
i.:ri. 1...... , keen. and when to di-..lim-..e
'I-he ea-on-, too, murt be regard-
111 fiiwin and harverting. i:i reariug
rotl,r aninial.- or in t.tttening the old.
1 -..,. uf ivsi,l,-iu-i' i'ipii. i. nno ,
,,f ,, tuwar.l iieriuaiifrit im-
proVl IMl.nt ;ui ,;, (:irMm
lSnt -o
I. a-Ihe ini.Id e :iged llock 111(0 tlu-1 from tlns pui--uit. I Iis steadfa-t enlhu-viilage-i.
wiiere they may pre-ide at ju?- -i.i.-m and devotiou e-inoble.s the ealliug,
tii-d's eourt.-5, aet ajiiiois, .-havo note j aud eau?es yoiing men of talent to jniu
tor youuii l.iriuei-s, sell 1'upior a- totvn I in the ranks of the tillcr.- of the soil. Hs
a-'ent-, eollei-t taxes and M-re writs-, at j -tnnds at his post, and with eolors still
I ju-t the ae when experienees qualific-
hi'ut to be the mu-t Miere-stul, 1 it 1101
1I1).vi,:llt. t. vo'kil' uioii, proverbi-'
.lM.. i.,.i 1 .i:.:.v t, ,.,n, ,i:r.. I
;(, :uu watch for a cliaucu for work
s,0,l5 or fm-iorie.-, or for -ituations in
,,olvs ;lml o!i;L.L... !,,
of tho vc'ii-
er.ibl.. .h'.it,. "n!.! llli-ll for mnniil
voiI1 lm.n lor w mll.t be rec0gn;ze,1 , -0011 Vermont larining wid do iu-tice to
'ou (-.,rm 1 Vermont f.irins and her farin-"-hall b-i
Th(J wilum an,i experience of the'found wurtl.v of the mot intelligent
j-.,,,,. sholl!l, j, anij Jre(.. the amlji. j ,-.iriUL.rs.
. .,..,..,! !r...,..ll, r.C llw. in - tl...
cln.p.i .1()nu(1 e lfllr, j
1 that "a vounii m-tii pro-p.-rs becatiso hi.-,
lati.er di.-d and htt him ; opertv : but :
-, ,.,,, 1 r,i,..r 1.. .,! ...1,0 nn. 1
inr- b-cutife the lather livts to ilireci I
, , ... coun, .1 .ir ui . Lo ; .l 1 .: rn wh! 1 tl ie :
ml.ni ,K.cersarv lo Micce-s in hi- chosen ,
v0C.ltio.,." Fatlier.--tnd son-.-hould be
miu:lv b'.esMiii;- to eaeh other. Our i
1-., "..,,,!., ,..,. i,,.,.r.,o ;n.T., tr:
ou-. woriav c.tizeiir. iiut to non-cnn oui
u 1 .1.,.,. .. ,., ,i,.... ,..1 ...,.
upon it, w ho lu.vo taxed them.-elves
;o 1.,nj ilni 1o .,; ;t, institutions. i
, tJ ,lel-eil,i it, lK1.lor The
liUl bo kl..,. Vtfrmo.Jt, for
m far.. the !and. t, lna-onln,-IU a p-.-y.
wttre nc ui tcuu.aiM, md mco i.cjr.
llnw. then, fhall the youut: men be
kept upon thr; iarm.- .' Iu Ilio fir.-t plaie
tne out men 11111-1 be rali-!n,t witli iarm- .
ing. and reuiau. upo.. the tarm- ihem-
;olis. ihe idfa i,i;.t tne diMippomt-
ine-.il- and lailuros, iueident to this call- j
;uv more .-enou, aad di-heartcnmL'
ihan in other occupation- nuirt be
reetod by a better kuowledge 01' tho di '
appoinltiient- and lailurt-r" o! otliers. .
' li'theaoni- ihu- trained 1111 iu t'ue .
wav ho sl.ould 1:0, then tru-t him, aml
behne the deelartioa of the t-age. "that
ho will not dopail Irom it." Tram him 1
and dig. Dou't be too einserat'ne about
:he piucha-c ol labor--a ing machiiieiy .
1 ,1 . ?
ii-tneinher that 011 yunrselt were onee
asjoii would have been treated when
youiii:.
1 Then we shcuid g.tther togethar the
f'.icts which justil'y a biighl-?ido
ermoiit tarmms. Do not stati-lics
., - . . . ,
proto tnat our fiiaiu yient- uiore pei
acre, and hear- a higher prico Ihan at
tho west. What wo buy i- cl-istper, and
1 real estate is advancing a- well as iu 1
other scctioii". As an iiislanco 111 pouit, 1
I I may alludo to a youni; inan who weut .
from Orie.tn- coiiuty to the west, oblain-
ed a tanu under tho houiOflead liw, and
wrolo baek urging 1ns brother lo oome 1
1 iu lour year . inouioiner lesponuou. 1
' -'1 imii do as well as that b.-re. T1.11 1
year.-ago I was worlh 5-nOit, now 1 am
' north ?3u0il, all made fiom the crop -
I ,-.nd froin tho ri-e in ptiee ot an ordmary
samly farm.
Then our chtirclie-, i-ehools, loads,
inarkets and neighbors mako Veriuout a
.!8.-irablo place lor a faimer's horae.
11 uie young nien lemaiu, aau tne i.ui-
jof ihe estato i- devoted upon them, Innv
-hall the old iiieu biisv thein.-elies wlulo!
I leaus coiinty, there aro kept oniy 011
wariiis ol bees. let their proilucts are
111 ciiU-ta.it din.ind at full price-, the
capital reiiuired is sni.ill, and whero in
lelligont care is bestowed, the proiit.- aie
large. ,1. D. Gonjrieh "f lvi-l Hanl
ivick, has this year taken a mn of choice
i.ox ht.n y from sixty warms of bees, a-1
l.tlio expense exeepi ivm. mjj m- i'i"i
ou- liarebt
A ihotisand I'armer niiglit
p.ts- tl.oir I'eelining year- in ihis employ- trick after ho had lost the power of en
meiii. jjoy'3 ''i 'or ho left four large caudles
l'he liii.-ing of blood stoek i- auodicr tJ be earried at his i'-uer.il, whieh h.id
bi-.uich of larining which is well ailapted .,ol buruing lil'teon luinulos bo.'i ri
10 engag" and reward the old farmer 1 wunt 0(Vas liretvorko.
who ha5 had tho nece-sary previous
11 linin" for this pursuit. Almost tlie The rcign ol high h-eled boots b;u beon
ta-t animal rclinduishetl is tho cow. Ict
j I tnis l.ivoritc 0110 bo of some excelh nt
a.brood, that hlmll by Uer auuual calf,
checae, the inaking and storing of butter
ihat hrin
in an incoine of c?o or per
lay, inakus a 111:111 i-.t tho liouse and
foreaian upon the farm nlmo-t c noee-i-tv.
Thus by adopting any or cither of the-u
lir:ini h..s of 0111- fdori.nn rallin
the old
111 idler
mau nevet- be.-jmes a ilmne or
ur n ftuinuling block to liirn otliers away
llj lng, bears doivn to lliat port where ha
eaMs anchor 111 ealui, peaeetul w.tter.-,
he heais a voiee .-aying, '-Well .lone:
ii.,,.. I,.,.i !.,. ritlifnl ravivi C,.,t- il.i.i,
I tvill inako thee ruler over many thins-.'"
Wiih tho ptrenglh of the vouth and
the wi-dom of the old combined, our
lirosiierilv his Olllv i-iiinnii.np.Ml nml
Wi:'i.i. am. mkct a.iun in nn.
MiUimm;. Sueh wa.- tho exclamation
i a dvnii: cii'ld, a.- tho rcd nns of tlu
-un-ei Mr.'-amed thi-im.di il... T..M...ln....t
"Good-by, papa. good-hv ! Mainma
ha.-, eoine for mo to-ni-'ht. Don't erv.
paj.a l iKlimat njMmiii morniiifj "
lt was if au angel had spoken to that
t.ither, and his heart grow 1'iLditer uiider
l.ur.I..,i - f..- -.n.-..il.;i,.r .........1 1,....
tnai. 111s little one nau gone to liim who
...;. . .fV..r Knl.. ..l.ll.ln... ..
10 me, I'.ir uf tucii is the kingdom of
heaen."
There is t-ouiething cheeifiil to all who
are in trouble iu tlis : ''We'U all nieit
igaiu in the inoruing." It rou-es up tho
fainiing poul like a trumpot bhtst, an 1
ilighlei.- :iwy foren-r 'llni dark sh.ipr
throiiL'ing the aveiuie- of the outer life.
L-oml.- mav gather upon our path, dis
apuoiutiuents -ather around us like au
.liv wltIl !Mtnicrr . but all this cannot
de-trov ihe hoiie w'uhiu 11- il" w- lrii.-
1 in"ottl our . ..Au win k..
lit in the inornin-j:."
W ion wero lo dio to-night, ttould it
'ie well with yeu in the inoruing ?
'i'ti7 llutjier.
( )xu Sr.iuiu.v. The First Clnircli,
llirtford, Ct.. have been trying the plan
. . r ,1 ,- t ti
, . ,, - ,. ' . , .11,
' tT.mid, is mi xphcil a to be worth he. 1-
1 TT . .
Tho "one scrmou" rulo was adoiti-d
uere a- a conces-ion. mainly, tomy state
of heallh. Ileare t!;is eliurch i not tho
mo-t ft'vnrablo 0110 in which to innkctb'
hesl inal of the new -ystoni. Slill lhe
1 .
cha
so niueh liked. that I doubt
now whethiT the old plan could be re
resumcl under uuy pastor. My imjtrr
-iim is doeidcdly that with a lic churth
110 plan of S.ibbnth mtvico that can b
idojited will mi sub-ervo thu bett iutere.-t
jf both pa-tor and people, and t-how .-
niueh .-piritual f'ruit at the ye.tr's end. a
1 -ennnu in tlie l'orenoon, S.tobath i-h. A
or Kiblt! s.ivieo iu lhe aftenioon. an 1
i-onference tneetii.g in the eyeiuii.
Tiik Koaii 11) Kl in. Thi? road run-
; .tlm.lt tlnough iiullaml.erooked throu-h
. I,it al! arouad h'utland and all over
jutand. It runs up -tairs and down
-tairs. It runs to the cellar aml L'.iiret.
. u rmis to ,le .j, fc,ro!, h? :ulll tlie sIj
, ..u-.board in thu big hotel. lt runs to
OVL,r ; ,nis i,,, tlwll. Cail
..-, ,,., ,t , e to block 1111 soiue ot
j t bro.ul road- ! The.-e periln
iu- rad-.
ri,,..e r. u,is i rl,i ; t iiidiscruni-
11 1 111: C 11:11. A wilness iu court
vh'i had becu caulious to givc a preei.-e
inswi r tn every tpiestion, and not to talk
ibout what he inight think tho tmestiou
meaiit, was interrogated as l'ollows :
"You drhu a wagon .'"
"Xo, sir, I do not ."
"Why. iii.-tu, did you not tell my Iearn
c.l friend .-o this uioinent i"
Xo, sir. I did not."
"Xou , eir, 1 put it to you 011 your
o ith. Dj you not drive a wagon V
"So, t-ir."
'What is your oociipatiou, ;heu .'"
"I drive a horse. sir."
A French uuditor of aixouuts in 'h'
evonteentli ccntury was :i troat iir.-tcii-
. joker all his life, and even nlayod a
' short ; tinhioii has utterly discarded tlieiu.
and it is the only t-i usiblo thiug fasmou
, has doue for a loug time.

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