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SUMMER
MANCIIICSTKH, VERMONT, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2;., 1872.
VOLUME XI.
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of whiiP with a hluo rilih.ui at
on eii.l of il. matkiiiif a i t hi'ro In a
d.f a neck would hp, trot led m lcrijn-
lytjwtrd Lor. What pripplliii powr-r
' thr r rou'd t. !.i t:, shrt!y thin nan a
1 woud-r I con id iipn-r KrioMT, btit
h..w it mmnif.d I,j Mirint' int.. M,;V
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1 tlifit my 'turv m i-p"-ic .
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w aiimvoti'il vt ith dmk wood; tin1 rnon of
k tf .-ill titn.-ntind of !l vmliii... ; il,..
King- window. tl-UW .Iri 1 with f;i.i !-t
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jlhfit told old to,i.., of mviholotfv; th 1 ',:"r,,,s Tl,n !'x, ,,cw '", nvHv,-
jfiiurinKt uii tim wall; th.. litl!,.' jfnnn.100"""' f(,"n h'tli'i' fi'mi her,
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-an autumn .,-piip, a hun.inif fhin. a
uronp of liiiinaii pcaniiiiin ; tho jriowlti
tiiM of tea coal, and tin' Kili-h.-d Iicm th
and fi iidiT all ap-al.-d to the love ol
th.i Ix-iiuiifii! and thf piclun'rju-, nhiln
I be told, tun racing ruin, the b.iie, .'imnl
tri-et, dm dripiiii) shnibhi-i y and the
"'''"' l,,'l,VP 1 1 M l jr 1 1 r nilhin
lor mhuo und miiu.einpnt.
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jit was p.M'tie mid realistic al die Mime
j lime mid at pretty a I t itle for s library
j table as one would wish to fi'C.
The story Is a sad one, Majr, ntd I, It
will jive Von lite blues for the rest of the
day.
So much tlip beilpr, she answered, with
a true dramatic, love oil he horrible so
much the beitf r. I'd like In lie m'rred
up a little. 1 lcar I'm loo comfortable..
A little diich of linavlnatlvt aorrow Is
....led lo relieve this perfect enjoyment. I
A little idiaih) throws oulllin com! points
of aiiubinir, you know. Isn't it pel?
and she pinched die little Hpendajfo dix
itilleiLby the name of tail till a diarp yelp
lame out of Ihe soft white mas in her
armt. There 1 told you mi pet now you
will know what true repose Is.
I should wold you, Ma, said I, if It
were the least u in the world. Hut you
are incori iiblc ; to 1 w ill xo on. Time
will give. )ou shadow! euouxh no doubt
When I wm In Venice I eoiniiipticpd,
Iu Venice! exclaimed Max, aitilnx boll
nprixbt, and xviux die little dumpling ol
a poodle a push that brought out a most
spiteful yelp. When were yon iu Venice?
Why, yon know, Max, dial I was
abroad more than two years. In fact, I
had just relumed when you ami 1 became,
afpiiiiiitcil, I replied, woiideriux II little
at the uu-i.tial interest die appeared to
lake In the ro iiiiieucemeiit of my ttory.
(.Hi, 1 knew thai, the replied. It.it
never beard you say anything about Veil-1
uii-e; again lecliuiug ami closing hcr
i eves, a much at to say, (.o on, I am at a
lost to conceive w hat made me so foolish
las to disturb myst'lf for to alight a thing
i t the mention of a foreign and defunct
,ity.
Well,
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lie vw II was the second month of my slay
there Chillies came in one day ((. hai le
is my biisbaiid) liom a trump about the
I'libiiio Toti'daii, the CV d' Oro you
know which 1 mean the one built In the j
sixteenth century , in the ornamental style sme cf tlC r0; the follow ing nar.
andre-torcd by M.-ul. mobello Tsghot.l, r:itic, especially the pat t that the ladies
the celebrated dancer- j ,ouk (ll . ,(.,., ao nearly resemble
Oh, yes, faid Mag, Iinpatleiitly , I know the building ol the new rhnrch lu Man
all about ll. Haven't 1 Ix-en there? was ' thesler that our readers will be interested
1 nol born there? haven't I nlwavt lived j iu reading it:
there? didn't the dope ol N'enic? christen j The old chapel, with i' hard upright
me? didn't I draw my lirst breath on the i wooden watt, iis low ceiling, itt cribbed
liridge of Sighs? ami wa-n'l 1 one tf ; -
Mademoiselle Tli.M.l' pupil.? (Jo
i .-,1 .d lell What Charles .aid wli..., -
l fame bark from hi, tramp about the
CVd'Oro. Hot never mind the arch!-
j lecture; I'm not building at pn sent.
I I had teen Margaret iu many slrare
jmau.lt, but never f -It her to be to titter!
; ittcurf ifibl? upon lb!. orei..ii. How-
ever, I re-umed without fippeaiing Mr.-
Imatk il.
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.V. II, tell IVdro toKel up a nice lunch Ju'..
1 I !.. r . nn. u.r IfLllilll nil
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invalid borne w iili ire, and if I can I shall
pr:ude him lo remain awhile with ns.
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' rc is,, n a tirtngr laiiry 10 ine Id-
kiw, and should like to have hlin w here
, we coui.t tske a lilile caie of him. He
' id ct-rtaiiily die if omebodj d in'l lake
j an interest in him. So I hurried a ion ml,
and alter a Utile IVdro and I
j fib, iM Vi-r mind aliout the liineb! in-
:te.rujiled Mag again, wiibont oiiuSt.sf
' Li r e, and ilha little tmnolo in tier
'' nu.b r.t..ud.
l'ns rf I w iili thp mini ! Aliinn I alwj
intrrt'! u.e more than .to..
Yon won!.! Hot rail Ao-iiu ib nedii t
aiiiina! il JH loiiid n-e him once, I re-
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. p.ir.1, i.uir ifH.'igManny, ml
to add that 1 didn't wish Cbarlc mixed
iiljl.e.'op with that iii:k- nitiitr, w bta mw
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ri'nf lo il. I'll t t my new "li!nhi'
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t!na!il he finililn't lat ninny hour, lie
tn!J inn tho wholw tr-. j
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niildu't hit Dm n v honi-4, In told vim the
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id dp liofd rrom her eiiifnj.piii. rtt. j ( ) i,.t Vin find lv )ot , t Vm llnd a lot !
lie did r.v..jvp stii.li 11 L iter did b"? crii-d hi-f.-llow, with 11 i-bn.-Utn of ul
AiH in Iteni'dirt did receive u.-h h Um- tVti.in like that a firmer fee!" In ronier
tei ? and Miijt arose fiotn her reiMiiiibnit i injrn refiM.iorv culf.
p..itlon, and stood beforn me, pa to a J . revival Iiacrtm si.nm" un Iu town:
.)r..p, but with the liKlit of forty iivfiig -
iiir untf-ls lu her eye. I never w rote
Ihat h-ller! die exelnimed. It K a forjiery
from bpginiiiiii; to end! Xeil Han in, you
fink riire of Austin Itenedict iu Ida lant
I liouris? And now the proud bead of Mai-
ai. t Iln-tinci was Imiied iu mv Im
'
I 1 t-ok (aire of bill! win tl he w.ia ill. 1
ni'lied.
1. .1 i, i,,.,,fi ii,,,-,,,,,,,,, i,,, i.k, .
.V I II lie OV CO IIICW (Mil III l)i lielll'V Pit 10
be fabe lo the Insl?
He loved the vvoinnu
Oh, .Veil! Nell! what diall I do? How
emi I ever live, now dial 1 know that he
idled Willi llmt cruel inim-eMion of ine
intetrtipled poor Max, yiving me no op
portunity to explain imscll'. Von tool
care of hini you tnadehitu pomfortuble
you kissed him when'liir'vyli dying; and
I loved and despised, 1
It was about time for me to insist upon
"r'"K ",M ' "
in.-, ..lute, un. imp;. l .on no nil I coi.i.l
for Austin Itencdiet's comfort und have
kissed him n good many times ; but not
when he was dying, Mag; for ho hasn't
passed away yrt, tin lets he hat accom
plished that feat to-day, and and
What iu the world is all this? "aid
Chtrlet, w ho had entered softly with bis
latch-key.
Where It Austin? I t.sked. In whisper;
for Mag was eo still 1 didn't know but
that die was dead. 1
Hero said the dear fellow, bounding
forward. He mopped suddenly at the
tlxht of the figure at my feet. In the
name ol die angel, ! Nell, what it this?
and wh.mi have you got there?
One liltle faint cry from Mag, and die
was a dead weight in Au-iin Benedict's
arms. That wm answer enough.
Such a day as that wu! Iletween
wootn, explanations and embrace mv
mind got to running upon lumtue H"y-
u".1 811,1 ' "'ar' '" rm'
sou remained iiiioosciirro. lucre was a
wedding thai eatnc evening in the name
library; and in ail the happiness I ever
witne.sed-f 'harlc't nnd liilno tbrown in- everybody did, but the few, iu every
I know I never saw such period, until- church mid palish, who emit afford tt part
loved J .y as exists between Mr. and Mr.. i tlto kingdom of Heaven. It dots tost
Austin Itenedict. Mag diiln iiivc me something, but il pav t.
lime to git to the inkstand, to yon must The gentlemen came innni'ully up lo
imagine the history of that. J'irj-fn,rr duty, for there was the lot. Iu sums
HtfAi.
1 1 Vrw i hapl.
accommodation, had iloue its work at
.-t o some of ll.c pat i.h Ihouxl.t-lhc
Slibiith scIiim.I lesi bei s. the tnis.b.niirv
Uocicti. - ., the ptajer meeting goer.
j Tb old chape! bad been Im.U l,y ,(,,.,
; pr) . r and gifts and sell-denialt t, ihe
! generation w ho had w orsbiped iu It, and '
had now about xone. A new gem-ration i
'had come on the sta". vv ho lived iu ,tt.
t.r hoii.es, -at on easur seats, and woik-!
:e,l w ith imnrove 1 Uwl-; and thev wanted
. ... I .... ; i...:i.ii..
more suited to the U-te and want of ,mri,,lC k'i4." f"' of Cl.tiHiuus Ve
. i r . i - . .. . . . I .1
IIHI. ..I ...iii, fc. ,'-.- n .10 til tl'tl III."
i,l bad to emontil.-r iudilb it n. e, oppo-!
iiioi., an 1 pit) , & all gnat rt b.rm.-r do. ,
I . .1... . A ,
in laci 11 wa scoi.iei!. imuu t ll.e o o
chapel served lis well? Yes it had. Then '
by not M wt ll-t u .iijjh alone? was
the
austere rejoinder. Where is the ru imy
lo ronie In? To be sure wh'ie? I'mt
Ihe opp.rt.itior did m-t make their 'lai d
in lint point. You llnd a .t they sM.
That the nib, ami llrev dr..Jilv b it
U tie-re, seeing no po.ibie v (iiicv Incur
srt 'l city lor su U a purp.p,
ll iuti.1 Ire conb i d tbevvolin u well"
ihe thief ayiial.n. Il.ty a.-e nu! sup-p-wd
t si be kvtupulou abve.l poni.l'uig
tl t.t ; they tin, liutrirr, J-imp lo
pretty Cot ree l conclusions, and olleu have
Very rkr oj iniout about "inul lave."
A t. aw lijl n tb;r. Tii ui;o
were ic iut!' bs.t i!i.rin. I L It. Th- I
e.jivcl it, .'! saving, Yra il .d a ii.)
hi. h f,l ) i nugh. never w i! i j
'ir, T'if.v slil t:ir- nd linir
aii-I .rtrt am) i'nniM- mi .-i:i"., wiil
nl tl.r 'Vtiiit Intiih.itiir ul lli wn-t
li.itl.'niii ;i i u. n-l . wliT- kii !n:t'ii,
i woul l icii.
j At l i! .ln.-n -r timiT (if tlii" mnt'
lJi- mine iithT, with llii ir fimli.
j ami i!,iml,ti . an ! f,.im.-.l n flu. l'ef.in
j The '( lnpH C'ltih it tt a luU l.il
, An oM ih u -dti niniiiH J.tmwi blcn-ril tin
! 'lv"' "-e li"'' '. wl "hli'
!-rar. a'lii'.'t hi" !t oll. rli.j? fur hi-
j l.n! on r-artli inl lit rmpiy cotlirt
;ll.ir tir-tsiMllit-t pfl : tho wurk-
j vr. ami ii emiic in th tUU ( lime;
; .ijrit of approval ami favor nii.!ii.'.U'il
a- u j;ra'.. in. I h bus w:i en
jiii'f lii-t kmkiiijj lu; but, ll.tw liiU'ii-
jii.m! ft!d om-. How liipii:hiPtil ! rripil
utinih.-r. II rv -imply nimd! fXfluimHil
" ,f,ll(l' 1,J "'(,J' fj't a bm to build
nil'1. h'lt I iidi: ih-Ihk' I anolhi l ; whili
"t'li i- -iiiilf.l -ni tll. s mpiil,i,ini, iiiciid
loui imhi's ind I'Vcry ImiIv buiii'lit.
Tin' Clnli Worki'd ipiit'lly, p:iti.n(ly,
ili;ij;'!:!ly, jichliiim U,ir niiall warr.
..x,--niin! -imi- Miiuil ..mmii.si.'n,, ami
j lioMiii out- or iw.j .wall itl..., of ton muiIp
1 1,, , ,,,,,, Miilh-1 at, yi t kerplnu thfl nh-
: i.-p iiidir-oiiy pnn, and i-.tiij.ellii. tt.
i parj., toaii o.-.-iioinl tlvinht that way
nd so it W eill on and on, until it U'akeil
out oik! dny tlnit lie Ciuh Imd thoii-anil-dulhiri
in lh hunk Vt f'irni"h tho imw
i-!iiii. I with.
i iiii't'p it iinv 't:iy, uron i.'d cov-
...
, et,n i-hioiirr.
i the .iui-h wna inovtd mid (piiekeni'il ;
1 p,.,,. UIJl,.-ed to 1I1111.. I1 cimii! in ; prayer
mcMi,,,,, ',i!i'd, the Simdav nehool ideked
up Its lost lambs; older people wauled lie
ti union; the little clmpcd Wat ton traii
lor the numbers which crowded In. Who
i.onld help thinking of more commodious
ipiarteis ? t bough nothing was said iu
present e of die more momentous concerns
of the soul.
Ah, 1 never expected to see a new
chapel in my day, Haiti Timorous, who
forgot thai il is datke-t just before the
bleak of day.
I do! cried one of the (Jreat beans.
A sweet and godly woman, the la't of
her family, with a brooding, lumber love
over (lie dear old church, through which
her prvciou ones went to the "bouse not
made with hands, had looked with interest
on din will small labors of her younger
titter: and us olti;n jhn box knocked
at die door of her houseit teemed also to
knock al the door of her heart. And as
she sat In the solitude of her closet, silent
ly asking, Lord, what more will thou have
me do before I go hence? at length an an
swer shaped itsell, having chapel outlined
round it.
As she thought on these things, ft young
man waj moved to drop in und tco her,
anil among other thing ho Kike of a
beautiful garden spot to be put Into the
market on I lie. Monday next ; and a nice
spot that for il new chapel, be ndded. Ah !
Within twenty-four hours the laily had
bought the lot, and Ihe offer took vvingt:
Mis lingers will give thit land to the
church for a new chapel, on condition
dial leu thousand dollars be rul.ed in
fotly days lo build ll; a w ise condition,
allowing none of that eober second
bought w hioh ends in dallying nnd doing
i nothing.
OI'cottre, the oppot (unity cnnld not be
lout . An oiler like that could not be re
jected. Tuc inexorable litest put on bis
screws. Kvetjbody was oflered the. piiv-
i ilege of having u share iu the concern, and
irniiuiinf all tho WUV from one to seven
lunched dollars, dip money was readily
raised W'lthiu the time prescribed J b!es
by how many pravers und thanksgiving,
und sell-deniala, who can tell?
The building went up. When joiners,
plasterers plumbers, and paintcm had done
their part, the little Club stepped forward
wilh seventeen hundred dollar to furnish
it W 'th; for beside the main body of the
building, for Icctun and Sunday tchoot.
beyond It Hie futir parlor with folding
! iU""' UV0 ahi,vl' al"' Wow, for
the
so'lal meeting of thn different societies
r,',, W,U' ' P'Vr
"8S wommltlep inprtnixs (, g.vcn
I' lh(; '"-' living nnd
"'" king cbuteh. The new chaptd It lur -
0 ,,'M,H',,,,,, u,,tl 1 t'e told joo
il dnqile story lo show w hat f,th can do.
tto " f,';' tU' cf iu '"
! h on m no. ,.,..,.,...,,.,.
M .1'cis in in i.i "in. r u-ii, in ic-is none
i tie. The ( hfiUivn Almanne.
About H.t.b..
Amwiiiuf, J.irihity, 172.
Have you m t Ihd.bs ?
He i' oiiile a rlntrarttr, that Io'nb,
and at b l a fiiind of mine, c r, Hither, Iiobbs I. ft und I ri j"it .. - The ZttV.-r-
s. I am a 1 1 '.end of bis, I shall take p!ea- , S'un,ifi rr, In Ibnih tn-t Hour.
Ui in lelling you w,niel',ing about I'm. ,
I..bl. tab i-arf .f bis Ualth. , . , . .. .
Ihr f. In.. I, 4 hi. Ikr,
1 hat is his buiu. 1 be In t p.wi i
, b! body ,nnl mind kre w holly eonse- Hlegp is dead. Ilugg mm li. I'liu-crat.-d
to the B ulk c f taking Cftie of hi t,. . UT-,m ami l a I it.e l,-.nr of Uklng
b.a'ib. 'It i a lit le. It I-a profession, Hm- i; pb.dd f.viralt! same time and
a M'.rure, a flue ait, and I,.lib under- pUc; ihut the prin- e U I. '1 be pr ice re
Ha'e! It u'.!, and bis giten hi Sile-tirm- lo : fvir., but li'.gg i .had. Mb;.- the
it. gil 1")!.' at Windsor ttf- rii-ting
Ii,,) !, Ink, est of trtr f-plr' ' j and r:.tl w I oc in r ider
li(.-b.. !" guff tin iii-i !v. . iu tbeir otber-
This i Iii ( !., .! fin ; I h ov t j.'ti
I !,'. rnpigr 1 kH-n to giving h l-
U lug Irn.l Urn r...-ei V ll.il- r : ei 1
j .lent on Ii. oiti. pr fime, b. ','-
j pudili d t i -j- ,k e .1 iitl.r lrt .in lb- ml,
, .I !' h) j; ;.'ne. li,.l,l, d.., 11. i( .i.H!
le iiii-t.t . He triin.!i'r at 1 on -n I;,
. I! and abhr.i'Ui. An ) I think
nl.'i" pir pared fir .in t.S.er tr.di ..
.I .tit,, W hu h I .fisii wbi-pii in a, pam
rii'btu !(.i,'i. J; i a i-'iwibuA pi.ij
.lion; I . i an iiinr.iii!.:: U'l-e.
If on d ,u"t Ih licve it. i-k hint bit i
t j mi. and -1 1 him (!. le on b.r tin.
lira! ill ni.t-i in. II". talk. 'm!i
.eallh had n h an f t on h p Tint I
i k for t'iri- il'ix atler !. kR.
llohli weiildn't drink 't-'i e. It
i.i.a.. . Hie nerve e- nti bo aiil. Alio
hen h tr. tl4 I n lo : .'li-i!y lei'tun' m
inntiiiny an 1 pby.iol.14v . V ouldii'l lak.
iea. It w a a ili'.i liy jiui.uii ; it ev. it.Mi
dip tiervt! cvuti rt, be Iu :i w ay 1110.1
h lelei ion to le'jibb. liieeu ti n li lcil
he gravel a rd; and I.iiIi.h b. i nkl',it li s,
. aliped 1110-t of the insanity In the conn
ry. i .aid that b'ai k tM vvu w b 11
the matter wiih I.poi.-h Franvi
r rain ; it bad thrown Itiiu oil tbetnok
No, thank ) utl . Jut xviHiLlu'l lake, laiik ;
it WM. 1 ki 1'i'ai'ty f..r b! moinm-li. iu
.iilet, the city milk vva. adu!ti;rati-.l. Co -.v.
were .will-:',,, I. (ibTi- my Utile jJu
it!-!i'd ha-k her liltii.', and jjavi
die milk a laia weU look of iliu-t ) lb
ivottl dn't di ink w ater eiil" r. It .hlnteo
the yaitrifi juice. Had lo be drawn oil
In-fore, dijji-tioii bewail. (Mere Mr.
Saunteier lost her appetite.) Ilealwaii.
ate bis meals without Ibptid. lb' a'nl tin
iitilmabi did not lake bite of pra-. ami
then a nip of water.
Hy lbl lime I wan as mad 11 n Saimler-
er ran Im'coiiiu, and I ventured to nuci
tl at if ho look lb.) nuiuiuN lorexamptij he
liiibt (f to j;rrti.s utonce, und have d 111
with it. He paid no utivniion to d.'n re
mark, but proceeded to t:ty that our wat
er in the illy vv at impure. Lead pinri
Hindi! il a deadly f oNon. lie wondered
we were lint all dead. Conper boiler
mid lead pipe, jalvanio ncliou, death In
dip put, were the rhiiinret ho rim utM,
Wouldn't eat WeH 1 litii.-a, lut'sei vi i., uc.
. iitl.t; things w liith yroiv iu dm tropic
ure not meant to be euten here. YV onldu't
eiil iiuined fruit, because the Creator
! mad.; IViiil pi -i i-dinbie lo pi vent its he
j iX eaten out of season. Wouldn't em
I w hite bread, because il hadn't Ihe brain
iu it. IMdn'l like to eat bnnvu bread,
becfiitseol the salt il contained. Salt wa
a mineral. S nourishmeul. The ta-le
lor it uciptired. liiorgnnic Kitb-iances
choked lite li-sucs, and impaired vila
action, contrary to nature.
1 ventured to ref.ir him lo his friends
and examples, the beasts of I he fluid, who
had never been taught to eat salt. These
brute-brethren of bis were so fond of salt
that the hunter concealed themselves
near the salt-lick, that they might shoot
the deer who came down lo swallow tbl
iuorgauic, substance which c okeil the tis
sue and impaired vital action.
Hut i couldn't Mugger I'obbt. '. lie
said lliat vice of tl.ut sort sometimes
broke out among the wild beasts.
Dobbn had notions about sleeping.
llohbshad notions about ever) thing.
Hit didn't like a spring bed. Na
ture, prepared nothing of that tort tor
mammalia. Hirds alept til sprintf-bcils ;
but for quadrupeds, Mpriug-betU were
bad. J epresaed the nerve center, lie
Iked a hard bed. Self-indulgence was
the enemy of vitality. Ho lay on the floor.
I)id not want a pillow. II. prevented his
I) ing naturally. He lay on his back to
keep his shottldera straight. Wouldn't
have a patch-work quilt, because the fab
ric were of various comlucliiig powers,
mid tended to produce an Inequality in
the heat of different porlions ol the body.
And ko, like a mart) r to health, 1 1, .lib
lay strealched upon his Inn k on the floor
of ihe east-room all night.
Xcxt morning he sat himself dow n tip
on the outer mil of the chair, a if afraid
he might be comfortable, and look the
chubby face of my little girl between his
hands, and said tint hers was a fabe
health, and there was no reason why this
child, with proper diet and constant bath
ing and keeping tho porea open, luiglil
not live to be loo years old.
And I looked tit his pale and skinny
face and his lank hand-, and his general
air of determined discomfort, and I told I
him that I thought if ihe little i;iil had to'
live as he did, deeping on her hack on the j
fl'ior without a pillow, eating unpalatable i
food, bathing and exercising by slilfiule, j
eating by weight and mea-nrc, drinking i
only alter careful chemical enulysis.
and being conscious each moment d the
state of every nerve-renter, the uc Ion of ,
every poie, and the ch mlcal quality ofi
every drop of ganii? ub e, I ihonj;bl, on i
,e whole, immediate death mlifh be prel-
jerable to a hundred ), of h) gienic tor- i
lur., !
j Imbh't pale face (litsbe 1 a little.
i lie said I was murdering the poor child, ;
I was tindof IM.bs. lie was worse
,!lH ccllee. He tlepie-td the nerve-;
icentei.. Now, I l.appi lied to know that '
,,, was a g. en h e to taieinmion. H aling
-,r,rn altoll Wli some Mimor or other.
I.,bb, I said there l mall-p.,x
al
Ihe bakery, four door from here.
j lobb n at alaiieed. If be should lake
j until iox It might depress the nci vp-. . n
ilel. It ndght clcke Ibe ti-sin and im
i pair vital action, IJeid.-s, if be bad
small-pox, I.p reitMu'l bathe In b-ii a iky
infold Water.
j 'V at ibe r,n, n
i; i. d;. In,- ; but it d. c.
, -mi :. p t ,,; ! il 11,
'' ll'S'l : I . , ,:.,;
I.,:.,,,.:
All ! lb. rrfiv.1,1
:iiv (I , e 1,1:1.
! W'Slt n.'.l : have die
; Icr o!b.- . ir. itm.Uni-.',
' I foi . lime nn.
, und have atlmc.
i ,.d no alien!.., . s, Ut livni l.ai in Ibe
j -veiil 1 virn.iv. ly (,!. ,. it pr,.h.,,v
1 .i .-uM i,; nif 1, id, ,., M.,a(( d iiri'imd
i "' !' - ' bi II "!.- d
j I !'',' ej-, 10 jH ,,.,,,, j,
j II li e p.inee b. 1 ibcl, e 'bollM have
; aad II. e in 1. 1 vjb'inn nd eimj ,
j ni.'ii piea.-hed. ai,,l IliP um.l Impres.lie
j noral. drawn trout lhedieJ tvcin iv lire.
IVfhah!) Miy ,-iv m i 11 i . t 1 ij pr-acb
le ! .Ihiiit l;ie or niiempt t,(
Imnre- il...
A odd WOh the solemnity of ,i depal-
i n c. And ).i arrival of Albeit or
I of lib gg In Unit unknown country would
i I'o neut. el' eipial uioinciit. 'J I,,, ;uj
! ,listi:;i-tlon. ,;, , we make vvouM not
t have lione thither. Ol coui .e ib.,. di
J il'icliou nr.. niiav 'id .ble.'i'id founded
j reason. The vi-l difference, bntneen the
I ciiviiuistain-c nf !!,(.. ,. two men. who
i were on m, h pcr-oiml good lermt. is ut.
j licient to a voiini fn- ilM) dilb'ii'n,-.. iu mr
jd.':lth-b.-. itnxielh, about tl.,-,,1, ,t
i ..'i we , anmu Lin wonder il the day
i w ill inn coin,, when it will m-cur lo (!,-
j -o, :,n, j.oiiti .il eipiiil of lilegg (lak"
.h.'ej. ro ,(,,. at Wifd...r f..r ii.sian.r)
j dial bi .leaih is a. important ami sol,, mil
- i.. inn inn as th.l of any gr.mleo or
j millionaire in . kingdom. Hut It!eKS
bop mil now, leaving bis stables, hi".
; hurne.ses and whip, his horses and the
vioomiiig of di.-m hi other hand, and
ihere i. not a lipple on bat Is called so.
ci.ty. When Ike Prince walks abroad
and vi-its bis stud, nnd leurna that his
laiibfitl groom w ho allended him to Ihe
Hale, of deal h lo hold his stud, i ono
might '.nv, while the prince dismounied
lid not coine back, and see how readily
Hi. place U filled, will he reflect at nil up
on Ibe litil,. o-s that ho himself would
have hero? It will be n great pity if bo
Iocs not read the obituaries that were
written on him, at d so learn whut esti
mate ihe world had of him ami of hit
waste of his great opporluniliet. rolun
entcrpl ising publisher might gather up a
book of "Words nhonl thn Prince,"
which would Instruct im did no( ainnsn
bint, lie could sen ihcicin why the world
was more mix! uh for hit recovery than
HleggV; not because one was iipcessarily
a belter man than the other, but bcraitso
il w as Imped dial if the prince got well
be would be grenlly changed, that he
would be touched by the loyalty of ihe
kingdom, and resolve lo devntt, himself
with some seriousness lo theduliet of his
-tiilion. Since tho prince cannot profit
hy Ida own death, It Is to be hoped that
bn will take lo heart lite lesson of illeg'a
death.
(M.l lim it. Lira' Kurl. ly.
Most of the elderly ieoiln of Peacbain,
Vt., remember tho existence ol the Old
Bachelors' Society, which was formed lu
town in about 182(1, when the late Col,
lllanchnrd, Aa Skeels, ncnnalt Uould,
and their associate were, youmt men.
I'bo society was very popular with bolu
sexes, and Included nearly ull I ho iugl
tieiitlPmen In town old enough lo watt
upon the ladies. Tho object ciftboa
socLdou was lo study gallantry, and to
enforce it as a rule of conduct among all
ilia member. Monthly meetings wern
held with great regularity for many year
on which occasions subject ol inlert'sl
to Ihe order w ere discussed, and especial
alloutioii given o member who In the
dighTc-t degree, had been guilty of any
neglect uf proper attention to the fair sex.
I'ine were imposed, ami many a poor
culprit, for suffering a girl to go home
alone, has been compelled to saw a cord
of wood for a poor widow woman lu or
der to recover his r-ifuhir Maudiiiif In the
fraternity. Thn rule were, uncomfort
ably exacting. No member wit permit.
led to allow any woman, young orold, to
go home alone after certain hours. The
matter of last.) wit not recanted. So
member w as allowed lo w ithhold any as
sistance or proier utteution to any f. male
needing it. The sociely hat often turned
out tn iiinuc to assist a jvidnw woman iu
moving her effect or to do any other
work she w as cp Salty lu need of. No
unlucky twain wa allowed to go homo
IKjvtiwj because a tnoie fortunate, mem
her had got abend of bltn iu escorting
ihe be-t lookin,' girl. Ho wa re
quired lo lake thn next, of ihe next and
if unfortunate, enough to bo last, It w is
his duiy to accept or Hobson'a choice,
mid offer his escort to tho homclim! girl
in low n, or Ihe one w ho lived two mile
out of ih vilbigi.'. Jt wa not an indif
ferent thing lo be a member of dm socle.
I) , for I bey w ere all eager lo discover of
holder against tho by-htw, and inPici-h-s
In Ibe enforcement of penalties. Ti e
gill- niiib i-iood this feature ol Ihporder
Mid would .r-ut trinity punish nn un
siispectint! y 'Mil li by tramping him into
violation of the riilM's.
On one off.i-ioii lamina Ilradley, who
lived a utile out of die tillage, ailemlcd
an etching in. cling, and was being ft
s. irt.d home by the la'n Jlpnnefi lionld.
1 1 n 'ma uu uncle living in . ltd "ge o tlm
vibiie, she slopped at hit house, bidding
Ibe intfcent I'.iinett good night at tlia
door. After he got out Ol litfbl the, pur
sued I.i r tii) houe Wiiid alone. On hi r
wav ab" lie l aiioib.r member of tlm
ti.ty Who eiejiiir-d how Ibis happened,
ami tt is Informed that lion Id had olbled
hi. tie c, bill It'll Inr at. hr me Ic't
A irt-'.i,i! on eUi'g was c!ied, and alter an
t xctiliig tri..', the otf leh r was adjudged
to ...a' a c or, I .f vioo-l l,ir a ceri..ifi
w'.t.i io tie ti'.'rf.'f. 'lb t-te;nii-.u ol
i t.r i, hi, i. k ... i: i i d t.."H to tbe ffter.
I hi. i . bill olie of III . It V nl.'iil'ai' ililnel.
I'eiea'li.-s Viae alvtav 111 ibr) illreeiinn
ol g'K.I V'U, bnl q lite Iii .'.'' lj Iwi
t,.i.e, iiottt tl!.faii.!i.g. Tie.' t.it'b'ljr mri
loon ( till tlie I...-.U. -s ti lt IV ham. In
about wh.ii arur It.iiii l tlnu
meeii.ig and a xo-it soj-e i, il ii'i ted.
1 III l ing It flieil'r, ll fiiM.raeftl the bet
jo-iiu "i n iii to., l is it n 1 ei-jito i
Jjiral lullue.l-.- I'J r.nt Ji..t.,H.
-t u5 iiii vj r,-4."b
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