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0!M MANCHESTER, VERMONT, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1HUS77. VOLUME XVI NUMBER 40. The Manrhtviifr Journal. . rcutt vtt TrafT iiMo . BY D. K. HIMONDS, I t I'm vu uf IW Osmri Hi, HAJSCDEHfTLB U.t4'T. .. . r- " i ,Sa4l . M4 Iwv4 . i liUHINMSS DIHIICJTOKY j - ' BKkBK. om Vk tejiK fcW. j (MIt) Ttrwofcl. . I. BATCHKLDEB, ATTOBKBY AXDCVCKiiEUXJll AT LAW. Aili.W, TL Bt'BTUN A MUNsOli, , rruHtT AND OOCSKEUrBS AT LAW j Ofl te Ui Cr H j. MBtl,Ur, TL H K. JOWI-f B. triOiltf AT LAW. Fotm t4 Hity Act,i, rut l Ut ttr At, "t CiuuJ SUM, Cwwiibr Km a Mm UMt, VB t.nr, Ttrm.tt. R MOW A HI). tnansir asd iMtrNBttiJjB at law, (M tt Rite, liy IPniu .... Vtrenet W. TKOKXHlS I'AISKF.n. M. I'. KiKtnru, .... Vrtnoiir. PHTHICIIil AND Kl IKiEoS, Oltw-t t t riil-B- t i.H. Kllo. H (illEl.IHN, a r r it n e i at law. tv Ojt Ti'tl Utl littik. DVTESPOHT KDU1, tnoltSKT ASI IXlb'SHELUllW AT LAW tlfflc K. , Cro.by Ilirnk. Br.ul.b.ro, . V.rmuul. llyl 1 AH tH HOUS, Bi'tumiToe, - YmT. M. 0 UAHUKH A 0. H. PUMOt'HOS rHormrToiin IV A rtRT- UAi llilB. -l 13". ItlDWKU U O 0 H E (if J. W. CTII, .UlJ, lH)r) V.rm..nl. WAIT IIAHD, tnd Itettil lt!rri in i-ttfO. MKMnSKH, FANCY GOOD. Sc. O.li.rr uf llu A I'm. in 8lr-el, MD.br.Cr, IWljl Vermont. E. L. WTMAS, M. 1)., HOMiKOPATHIO I' H 1 8 1 (' I A N , tlffict tt Ili-iUInnce, fioMii foist, .... VtmT. 8. 8 CLEMOSIt, M. D., C. tt. EXAMISISa 8CKaE0N FOB 1NTALIDB Ptn.iotit. tint Prtctidm ltiTticita. Alw, t(nt for Wtiltatrlk't luiurortd Trntt. 0rt it hit Tvtidvnee, factory Poiut, Vt. Oil. OEO. H. HWIfT. DENTIST, l lli'! I'vtkiut' H ih, o i Kite Mu-K Hall, M iiicttitTtt, VrniKitT. iir.. unit tlmliil'ril tint teth traJtJ I Htiuui fiaia. tniier auir.tht tua tJtninitii rcd by a4iu? uf librarian. j 1. s. LOuMls t fc ! T 1 H T , W. m Ui,..'. ik, F.. Mr P..lMt. Urmo.t. 1 1 rtttratt,l aiibout pam by th ' ' Atalheie A.l .n t N.ti"a u da town i-; Ui l at all Hiuca it .Ir.irad. j 7it r ii i i.i.i r I, W . . , H. I) Vcruotit. ,1(U., .... I'lnnlt'lAN AND ffUIUIEOS. iiB at lwnli-iii. IJ. C. WATEHHOl'hR A CO.. Maiittn Inctra of A N I r II I K T AKH U B A W Kit 8 t'tct'iry 1'innt, ttrm iat S4 LillUalLfcT HOCKS., bf Q. S. lti. I'.re, Veromnu lerma Uodi raU. Nie lUx'ine , riatuiuer lUrdir. tr'M: f . U.Oreia, E'lOluol H oe, Mancbratar. Vt. C.1, At. . Colt-nre. Ftrturi piHut,t. ..! 1 j WA8UIKOTO.V UUTEU (jU. W. BAKI.H I'l-it iH Urt, j lu.t, Vartaont. 1 Uwd an.Bn!alinn fr auwtu.r boarder a ntaoi4 prtcM li ljlil 4BL1K0TUS H O V & . j K. Batn-trr, Propr.tler. j ArUttM, Vaiaaoul. 51.1 H . . H A B D . UKNEBAL INeChAfiCK AOESCT, Vir. Uf ta4 AMuWtjtaJ. artloet-Mk. Vtrttmit. iMl U Itioiuot Maloai IV Inaaraire tu tiij um. a. hMJTU. hut mxats, hxH.ntiiA iuicb.. j 4w, tSikiti Hat. Cp Bwot Stt, J rj&u. nit t4 i4.a. !ie. KiJ.rii, Ac, fli,l aLt LamlvBderry.tt. w. r. EDDI. pMtRlCtASI AMI bimit-Ol. a Oreict at t,"at..TA Hui aa, CU.ll rpl. f!yJ Vtrttout. C B. WU.UAMS. .Vr ii. pit o U o t . o k u t k h I f uut tnd t i Ar, !., t utu'4t4tjc4 ij PALM LEAF bill, lift k.d:e, Taraaio t. o. t. reovUT.v ! Is iherlti when t'avety existed la t - . T;; : r.. p. cot. lArT AND hU'JJJS UK M,ury uJ Jirj, sttmiati-y A., Mtuekralet, Vt. TtlATKBH flf'TEl., ! Ft 'I'! Felwr, M. K. T8rrH, lTpril.r iu, ).;,, J tl U.ai-rry .UB.-iu k;0 . J( i.ildc f bWI ml uf kJ fciMwt .va nil ihbw. Kwilxjuof; or in other w.t!, lie ,,.r. tu riM4.Uu8. Jl ItrHtoatt. llectuiM not forget thtlill A. J. llt kD, Mcttur ta Ittrtl A Wtlicrj lluiafulartr of GLOVES AND MITTKNS orrici i ixxia Kir op musio hall, t . - Vr'"t j THI OOLVVKK HOD5E, Wrmour IkWij Point (Mit..Ur,) Fait Ciaal.ua r K. li. Matimh. j Uu.i Ijit atia. bJ. Ilami( imii!( (ur 1 rl,aal anj filti U() llm Lua.a, it Mil ! -i . L, f t ;BM A,nl 1. H. W. I'AVIm, Preprint r. ; GUiXS MOLSTAIN UOCHL. t Lav Iraatd bona am! l.ava op.n.U It ft boaiili'ia or liaur.iul itarl, awl iiuil a halt uf Ilia jiubl.c aliuuaKt, I'a'iKll BOWMAN, iiiliall. Jan. to, JirtiJ. 4 LiTEny e table, F.noaj Poit, .... Van..T. JAMKM A. TIlAltK, I'rupiinor. fi.o.1 buraaa ti.J carnae to let tt til boura. Ordtralalt tt Luuiu limiaa till be promptly a I nil ir J to. f at lm I'uiut, Vt., Juut 'it, lt75. Site ""lGONIC HOTEL, MANCHUSTKH, .... Vt., (1'uul uf Ut. Equinox. Tina 1'Hif tattUiabeil tint ItruraMy known auuuicr reaurt la ou uyu lor Tiaitora. Atldroae lir mail ur l l urauL. ill llLHllV OBAY. t ii k Kgvisux novar. , ifCK. f Ml. Kq 111 Dot,) Maucln-atr, Vurniont. V, B. OUV18, ProbrtBUir. Opiiii from June to October. THE F.I.JI HOUHK, AlAxriiHriiii, YmmiNT. Optn from June to Octtibtr. 82 CHAR I. EH F. OllVIS. JJUliU AND BUKTON SEMINARY MaNC'UKHTKB, VrHMONT, A JltHirtling and Day ticmot fur J.udit and Gentlemen OfTera tba adranUKt oft Kill Ulnar d of able tnd iiwrivnci'd Tacbit, Carefully Prepared OiMiraot ofHtmlT, llioruURh drill iu tht KhkIlIi Willi tpecial alU-ntiuii to tlie claaaica tnd yonng men riariiiii fur colii'ga. Tlio uitaT a.)vaiiiKi' or wueio tt tlie i.(ir.T termt. Bi imi Tr.KM begun Wttdnnaday, Man-li Vid. or boatil, rixuiia or other i ul ji malum, tddreat Ibe Pru.ri pal. H. II. HHAW Mauchealer, Vt., July IS, 1875. 17 - fM. WILLIAMS A SON, Woold inform thuir old patront tnd the public ((tmertlly tbat tbey ttill .eontluut the manufacture ol til kindt of II AKNE8S WORK tt the old aland, tnd propott to uiakn it for the iiituri at of peraout lio need goodt lo onr line Ui call. Vie make our own Letthar io the old-fa.liiou-ed way, tnd can tnd will tell to tuit tut tinier. Paraona tending akina to tell or Its will taka great car intkiuuiHg. a"Cut akina ara nut worth tauumg. l)oral. April 20, 1875. S4l)210 USE 8IM0NDS LKATHKK C E M E N T , The IihI thing out. All tli alioi niakmaiu M.m hetr and Kuclor p,Miil litv u. d It eontttially for Ibe part tw yl tI, til recwiumnid it a tb heat thine, tn tiud lin y !. i v, r c-rd, u. it ) work. hk a thai ui. PIIU-K I5 per ttr; fl 7S pti'lortn: Jflcenlt per bottle; an botih t hit trial tent txpirat ptid lor II. V. I'. KlUOMiS, Sttlca, Maaa., Mauufactnrer. t-,VII orJuia ahould he addreaand tf D. K. ViMOXbH, Atancbeauir, Vt. JJi S. WILSON, Uannfacturr tnd deal In FURNITURE, Mirrors, Picture Frame, Bracket Wall Pocket, etc. Hunk, Hair, Wool and Cotton Mat I raK ii-. Auto Comm, Caatrra ash wtuor Atx Kixut. HKAK5E IN ATTKNDANCK. Bbopltloort North of th Brick Church factory Puint.Vermotit. A full tMOrlaeot et DIARIES FOR 1877 Wtiar and thraper that in hfT. ati ctula pr poetJ. SO TH0CEIK TO BtttiW OvoIjS. WAIT A BAKU 1 Maw-tie!'. frwiotl. i VVIIITMAN k GOD DAP. I), , Ka&afaclnitre of I CARRIAGES & SLEIGHS, N.cia l.yiiM,t a.r, t ..t. ; Kp cwnt;ai,t:y ui Ua4 or taiU h ord.f ' tbruw lug up hi anua, and Uiakitig ler , etj ai.j.(iKu nl CJTw ?r"tn a eor.r.d ; g ju,lct, . Kiiiinutsi.ukudljf tueap. Ai Aii'jbt-r Uli'il, a neighboring farmer . t-i. Ma eobtUMly for ie. K- jlUolilJ Jor , .,t JktBU, tnet tall black Out, l.olt eour end aucUo , " i t'caii.UK4. a t.n bo e-ai.nal to nt.r a : u,u and wotlisu going tofftid the twaaip ;r,t;r ttZTtiz: sexist ; ' til i't t l U'i; kMiLfct, IS LisalLb vlL. ? ij.iied tl.tiu, but gut no reply. They were i 1 fc.i ,a(t.J h 1 w ( tuuiiaj;, I. to tant , , , M , ' . v.aewttat ol tt!. ..tuTt, .it , doobtkril, I ott.p and M jl.y , the latter of i ti uuii'., (luta tt itiTtf 111 . r.i'if .t'.i tn m.rto. it tm. rii. cm . si, -eti.ein .fte truiusd . liied Uml.tieti wiih their ftmiliri i well a willi their e.tttts, during long; absences, A thbltnd owner hiving j Itti.l of tlate, a reck i and inffi lout ; )t'Ur.g fi i ow, liOin hit uittler lo j i aeil becau. Lis htl refused obedience to j ' his ion, revolved lo run the risk md par- j !''H! otwithtmlhig Oifjr ! bit j spirit Lad fitter been broken. Pomp had, lit l he most of n, I lt- j ho hood be M t pi i nee; Ihtt he wt Jhoroethout on the thouldeit uf ttrung j men, ci tdlf d io kiu thit were the toft j et Irophiet of the clae, nd lulled lo j khunber by the tweetett tlngcre of bit tribe ud I Ik) (inkling of thvtr tu Uliini'ed ititlrutiirnlii. Wet it iliV Wim- ; dr U,-', writ!, til tbiwe memoiie. Iie.b jtm hit head, he conhl not uU-f the cell ' Very p-rt boy lliul wsuted hi )jUii or hi hall brought U him, or Ihat Iw put on t (i w oi H e wire ot r y!u ? i'miip'k n.uii r u:il ta i tliii hid brt u iih Ue clmtuicr iuJ uiaic hi'tltlf, and lie u s , H ;i tt.Kt there wan ht-aling lu liia ottii toiirli lor lliof.0 ho loved be would never try hit power on olhcri. All who knew him atkiiovvltdjjed hit kill wilh hei l, wl.elljcr hit alien! a ImiiiMii bfing or a dii-ibled hoite or a lick dog. Thil great, ti'iriflc-lookli.g leilow wat brought Into that huge kitchen uf hia owner ono etonoy JJeeeiuber night. There wt-ro two women and a girl and three black boyi there ut the time, and though ihey bad never teen or heard bit naiiie, lln;y weio .ci.ed wilh a spirit ol a'lnoal worahip a well nwe. Tliry vied w ith euoli olher IVolii llmt hour in serving him; and old Molly, who bad been a t) rant over the liltick lauiily be lore, was htitiibled foi ever, and btcaine at peaceable an a lamb. Of coul ee I lie wild stoi ien Pomp told of hia grand early life, end the Hire he put on, kept up the delusion ol hia grcutueei. More than nine old Molly, wbci told lo do aoiue tbiug by one of ihc ladie, forgot heraell an. I mill, YrViu ; quick ' Pi lurved de doctor, I will. ' The bhu kt always ctlled him Dr. Pomp, the hoy cilled him Pompous, and the laiiici called him Pompey. Pomp nan horn with strong moral principles, but wax at lliis lime m utterly devoid of leiigiou ut were his half-naked people on the banks ot Ida native liver. Indeed, he hail a heatlieuikh haired til I .'oil, and nil I tiit pertained lo Hit woi khip; and Molly, who more than hall sympathized with him, and who never went to chinch except when 6 lie had a new bonnet or gown to ahow, auid myt Icrioualy: Polks might link da doctor hadu'i got no 'ligiou, but dey waa 'btuk tned, for he fotched his own 'ligiou wid ti i in cio.a tie big eea, and he dance and howl it out now down in de great twamp in de iiiidnijjlit, when all de oder 'ligious I'uika la 'aleep. The truth wait, Pomp waa a heathen of the wildest ort, although living iu a Christian land and in a Christian home, lis bad no family of hit own, but he let bii heart on one of hia master' song with a at range love, ami often declared that be would lay down hia life to plcaie tbat boy. Pomp cut and gold limber and grain in hia muster'! ab.ence, and hia nhrewtl ucia in "clling became a proverb Sharp at Pomp which U even now occasionally heard f rum some aged man in that re gion. Pniii wan very fund ol line clothe-, and nothing plea-ed him mi much a cant-.-fl tout or L.it of I in iicjuvcd nun-tei'. At one time l he old ;t iiii'i!iiiii Inid aeitlo hit while vt it! Iji' a new out', and one ol the family i.HV-rid it lo him, p'atluily. To Ibe niiis.i iiRiil of all, he appeared the nent uiulsy tvilli ii ciiiiip etily covering bit light, black wuol,iMiiitnling eiiHiige ly ill, hi. ehhle hue. Pomp nevr we-it into the t hiiicli, b,ui alwa)t Mat on the mnu'-wnl! o poeite, all i he eei vice lime, to elmw hi o n grand cloihtd, and to look at oihi r peop'e', thi y w ent in ami out. College, teiiiplalinn. proved loo much for the boy I'otup loved o ileal ly, and he came home wiih a In. lis for ihe wine cup I and gaining IhIi!. Noiv, ailhough Pomp had no fear of God before hia eyct, he bid a high idea of honor, and he fell that the whole family w degraded by Mas'r Morion' bung aeeu in low company n the tavern and t lac l,ni"e race, lie plead ed with him to aiav al home; he followed Biiu like a shadow wherever he went at night, and when he cotud not prevent, he tried to omcesl hit ili grace, lie had been kuown to cury that )oung man a niiie in hit anna, to watch hia opiortuuily j to get him up ttairi iiuietly, and then til bceide hi bed wet ping, aud whiapering : ttitoe uiayic word, over hit lctuty boy, i a he ct il d him. Put the boy gie wore ttitl worte, 1 and hi t iinlly uioihet'a lailh had alinott ; failed, and P.mi.' hope wat nearly gene. 1 He trtojved lo oiler up a itcriflc to hit loy. He w walebed and pillowed to ; ihe awaitip, which w hi tespie, and i ru lo bniid a lire on a tuitil alter of alone. On (bit be laid ail the fooiitb ! trmkei, and even U.ewig.of wbicb be i wta to fond, and alirr that he liew hit j lavoriie d"g w iih one touch ol hit knife, j and l hi in. into the fhmea, tinid wild j how it and iiiosnt ol diatreaa, be In the li.eaiiiluie dinriiig and whining about, Iwbijiu uiay have Utea a cciiiveti to ibe lidelnry r.fherdi.lmtance.trsrt. Young Morton wtt juing on from bad i ltrre Lite ,;ot ripoa ibe betJ aod a ' telf or tny fatuity any n itre for the pt to tow, tod kit mother' heart a j white Iff. Tbn, like otter cewi U the eight month, that I wbibi be able (o if- tti IC to breiklng, when out dy Pomp ; settlement, wat tuOreJ lo run t largee my tuhtcriptiou. A tefond one presented himtelf at Ibe door of her ! in the wood, end wore a eow bell. Allrr nyt, I btve gone without itlovee all iu - chamber. When admitted, Be laid : j dark Ibe two men atirtd for place In Ur, feeling that the rriflre n Ftchl) Mietue, jrey'e f ti ud I'e go! j Horkingliem detigntteii by Ide likely J rf'id by the tight f onr l::ple t iiolber, nd iot' gU noue UU. I'tjte luruitb the se!eil cow. Arrilog j School eti li we'k. oioug'btt pitied ibto my tool 'boot M-r jneer the o they hetrd the toaedoli Sam, tny der Imthmid, 1 ):u rri- MiirtoH, tnd l' fwoln' htb dit ting tlop- -cow Wcllt, iuJ going in that dUeclIre, outly, tin I worthy tn hs enri'dlpr) In pedt'fore be growe like the rrratnrrt that ! baho't ooreaiooi! I t been linklo' we moughl try eliery god tlere U, and are if lorue one of theto etut hold him ft I. Well, Poinpey, let ui a.k my liod tint. He il the true and living god, and be hat all power iu heaven and ou earth; aud be love Mortie wore than yoa de! ttid the lady. No, Mitaui, dat can't bet Nobody tub him like poor Pouipey t aud matching up hit hit, be Hew off, aud in fire tninutei he wat itauding belore the uiiuUter of Ihe pariah, and talking iu way that amazed biiu. t I tayt, Mtt'r Parton, )oaV got to be up now, and tlirrin' youitr I f 'bout our boy! l'a douu all I can; Pt Love away all de I'iugi I tuba, eheu my white wig aud watch, and every t'lng be gib rue, hut no good. Now yoa come die night and help illicit, ax her Hod lo tike hold o' dat dear boy ba? Ob, Poiupey, I have atked my God agaiu aud I hope be will do it tome day, wat the reply. How much you ix 111111? atked Pouipy ironacally, Pt beerd you pray heap! o' timet iu our bouae; but I neber bear you ax dnt. How many t'iuga have )ou eber hove away to ahow your God you wat iu 'aruett? Did you eber itay out all uigbt in a atom, axiu' lliiu? Did you eber heave you waicb aud wig iuto do fire? Did you eber hold your band In de blaza? No Pouipey; audi thing do not pleane (he true God. Well, den, aakfd Pomp, what do pleate Him? Oli, io call on Uini without ceatiug; aud to believe that Ha will do thii thing for ii a, said the mitiietrr. 1 llab you dune dat? atked Pomp. Well, Pompey, I con lent I bave not prayed ai often ai I thould bave done. I tell yon what, Mat'r Pariou. Pi gwoiu' to bave dia l'inj 'tended to now 1 cried poor Pomp. You como up to Maa V houte dia night and ice what yea can do! Mai'r Pariou, I ihall die dead fore long 'leal my boy quit dia life. The parson went, aud io did other, at bit call. The meeting wat one where the worahipera laid hold ou God. Even Pomp prayed, sating: Oh God of my dear Mia mi and tie young ladiei, drag my boy 'way from de debit, and make him goxl man aud tine gem'inan. The next Sunday Pomp surprised everybody by going to church in hia clean working clothes his finery wa all gone and litlrning with tearltll Interest thro' the long praters. When questioned about bit reasons for being there, be said : Ps gwoin'g to try dia God, and leu what be can do; and Pa gwoiu' lo watch de. par son, too, and see if he pray hard for my boy . One night very soon after this, and whilo many who bail bceu stirred up by Pomp's entreaties were praying for bim, the young maa came borne from a carou sal awe-etricken and trembling- from fear of God. He forsook bis evil dayi from tbat hour and walked humbly before God and tbat community the remaining yean of bii life, aud died the death of the righteous. Pomp, too, became a Christian ; and it ii said that the love between Ihe two wai wonderful ever afterward. With this idolatry, Pump hud put away all childish thini:, and bowed his head as he hud never befire. lie henceforth spoke of (rod as the God, and olieu taid: Ok, dal I tvus joiing agin! I'd fly over lo AC: lea and tell my people w hat de God bus done tor ine and my beauty b y ; and dut he cm drive oil dt -hilt; and lake talk all up lo lichen when tley ilii-n. Oli, how 1 would preieli 'cm 'b ml Ihe Iir' Jeu, who 'coined pour, aud lin il, unit heart broke, just like us, tu iiI know how to helpua! I'd preach 'in a hundred limes more powerful at Maa'r Parson preaches nt. and I'd tutu all Alric to de God. Young Morion asked that Pomp might he luid in Ihe retina place ,, tin; (audi), when hia hour sliuuld come; anil il came belore loi'g; for he scaicely lifted hia head after the death of hia boy. His voice mi often beard from bis but, tt midnight, begging to be taken inoughty soon. Ho lived long enough, however, to ahow hit iubiniaaiou lo God'l will in this great sorrow. Whe have been told that luukeo deeply into the ground may now be seen the most-covered state headstone on which was carved, long ago: Here lyetli Pouipey, ye humble fiiend and servant of those beside hUu.Mri, t'hojiluin in Conijregntionalint. t rtit.K me ow tow. At a meeting ol Ihe Vermont astocia- i tion of Chicago this oltierliiigbl, Prof. A. D. Ilager, formerly title geologist of Vermont, t,ld: i will relate, iu doting tbit five minutes' talk, an incident the. j occurred iu tny native town, Cheater, al related to hit by my kood old mother, ' ' then over sai, tlso a native ol thelowutj Allien Ibe dozen men who formed the . , , , Si at tell etneul of the lown in l.GI, Ibeu . .... . ea led Htttjtlead, wai a ttian named Ide. ' . . , .. , , He wi not a favorite wilh tlie people for . - lb reason tbat he wat impeded of on- bont.ty. Iu the fall of 17t5 be lubtuitted a propisaiiion to bis teighUr, Charlei Maun thtt they go down 10 Uocklngbtm, a town Ihat bad beeu Killed about a dot - . . 'euyetrt, tnd tieai a cow iroui tome vi ' J the teitlers, drive or lead it op lo Chetler j etou.ne- thtt I wai ti far below lbw. j butcher it, and divide the ctretti aud Whit yon mean, a.ked Chtrlf AO ' etch lake home bit bt f for bis winter' ' gustus looking thoroughly mystified. ' supply of beef. Mr. Maun atteaied to ! Jutt this: here ire letter from hlf-e ; the propoiiiion, and a night wat appoint- dozen people, reBniiof tbeir telf-deny-:d in which ibe v would do the work. ! in! effort to piv for their beloved HPr. j Mr. Ide owned a eow a blark row with found a cow without a bell ( red cow, tt Mr. Mann taid, for red cowi alwayt look blark ia Ibe night) caught her, led her lo Cheater, (and a splendid cow the wtt to lead,) butchered her, burled the hyde and ofttl, divided the meat and went to bit borne with bit uioily of tto leu beef. Mann did not eat any of bla, but kepi it, and ultimately gave it all to Ide. Ide'i eow did not oome home for her breakfatt aud to be milked next morning, or ever alter. Poor Ide mit trtuled himself to be (be victim ol a prac tical Juki. It was not likely, lie thought, llitt bit eow would lose off her bell, get ber white -spot obliterated by rubbing against logs in the uurut piece, aud wan tier v tt six uiilet to another leltlrrueut. He believed tbat his i eigbbor bad cou rpi'cllo maka him steal his own cow, and wisx-ly concluded that Cheater wat a good place lo emigrate from, ami there lore emigrated early. MOW WK t'HOttt Ol H PAPIvll. We were tilting at Ihe brrakfait table. My husband bad Just laid dowu the newspaper lo tip hit cotlee, and I iciited the opportunity. My dear, (a woman, be it obterved, always calls her husband my dear wheu the bti a poiut to carry or a reproof lo administer) ; my dear, I think we ought t take another paper. Another paper! repeated Charles Au gustus, iu surprise. Why, it seems to me we hive pipers enough now for a f si in i 1 v of two there ia the evening Liuip-post, this Tribunal, then all the weekly publications we already lubscribe for, anil the magazines 1 never fall lo buy. Surely yon cannot want any more papers. Bui among all laese we take nortll gioui paper, aud I have beeu thinking that il is our duly to select one from among the list of excellent deuumiuation al papers, whether it represent! our own church distinctively or not, and subscribe at once. Well, I suppose yon are right, (aid my husband, after a moment of considera tion ; I suppose we ought to have a re ligious paper, too, but which oue, among the many, will you select? fori shall leave tlie choice lo you. Perhaps, I taid, hesitatingly, we might llud it the wisest way lo get a few speci men copies, and look them over together (his eveuing. What do yon think? A very good idea, answered Charles Augustus, rising from the (able; I will bring you a batch of candidates without Itiil, and our united wisdom may discov er the most worthy among them. Accordingly when the "gude man" re lumed at six o'clock, belaid down a bulky parcel, saying: There are your papers, my dear, but I should advise you not to look al them uutil after diuuer, or Ibe weight of your task may appall you. As this advice agreed with my own opinion, I followed it. Dinner over, 1 opened the package of papers, and began a careful inspection of their style, icope and mailer. At all events we'll throw Ihii one out, I exclaimed, holding up The Christian llaniier, for the publisher! are inctiusid erule enough lo oiler every new snlncri bei a valuable picture, wurlli llftceu dol lar., when the price ol ihe piper iaouly three dollars! Such absurd generosity .t ill be sure in ruin thcui in a year, and I, fur oue, am not willing to profit by ihi'ii" iiidi-ereliim. 'lint 5 ou are taking too much lor grant ed, iuieritipled Charles Annual us. I'roli ubl) lln picture eosls Ihn publisher so lime ibal Ihet cm tvell air nil lo prisent ii lo i heir suh.cnln is, and i i h ave a m.ii ciii ,,r profi' . Impos.ibif ! I replied. For il ilu ) pa) Iheir e nti iliunit ami sicurn Viluibie mailer lor their column., he) could nut give') pictures worth a Ihild ol ibe sum named; while, on the other hand, if the picture, are worth so little, then it is Scarcely riht lo announce tuch a ficti tious value. Very well, strike olT The Christian Banner, and let ui look al The Gospel Trumpet, laid ray huabaud, unfolding auo'.hcr ahcet. But presently ho began to laugh. Real ly, lid paper has such an enorinoui cir culation now that 1 (eel ai if we ought to acui our subscription to some more needy journal. See here iu one West ern town of tlx thouia,ud Inhabitants ihey have five thousand subscribers. Isn't tint overwhelming? My only antwor wtt to-lay The Gos pel Trumpet on oue tide, while Chtrlet Augustus went on: Well, there noth ing like blowing your own trumpet, I suppose, since there are aiwayi people to be found who are attracted by a loud j blast. Thii next one teemi a good, well-wiii- ten ptiser, bright and tptikliug, loo, I , , , , , . .. remarked, at I began lo turn over lit t' . ,, Ul-M i uusuauu luoaru um uir tiiouiner ... ,., ,, . . ' .. On, yet. The Disciple at School. I have '.. . . , , ,,, . teen that before, and like It very much, t ,. i Perhaps ibis will suit ns. " " " ' "-' J l" ,"'ol, tt,Jr UD " IUI1 : crl"r ",r FM" "" -"' !riic ow'" St tseetnte I atiintd siassa lisrs thfi mrerflfefnt Ann. One lady write, I bave not allowde my. tucb a company? Dojou t kuow tne on the contrary, lo be entile!)' unheroie j A eoiipiiary In Kuit pe, if a hundred iu every way? in entitled Iu If, it it ture tt be Cbt.les Ailgitaltit only laughed at my ; discovered by the polire. Hut here wtt appeal, and the Disciple el School took a con. piracy Iu which hundreds of thou. Ut place aiiiong the rejected. Preaenliy ; eanda were rngagrd, and which extend beipoki: j ed over thouaaudi of i quart unlet, and Here It Ibe very paper you want a j yet there wai not louud iu il one traitor, paper wbote poullatiers otter uo premi- etna, give no list of enormous subscrip tion!, priul no pathetic letter from telf abuegating subscribers, and, in fait, leave the piper to tell it own story to ita readers. Thou, taid 1, delightedly, we have j found what we wain Be suie and tub-i 1 H ui Ibe to-morrow. And that wat bow we rhote our paper. TKlt k.vrn Kin Til ii inn i.tlt In going ihroughoue of our N York City uiarktti a few dayi since, we bad occasion to call at the aland of a dealer In butter who bat quite an extensive re tall trade among the residents of this oily and its suburbs. While casually glaucing over Ihe vtiiool t'.'.bs, pails and firkins opeued for the put pose of expos ing the coutenia to cuitoineri, we were truck with I ho great preponderance In number of pale, lard-like samples, tvar the few rich, golden, attractive onus. In the course of our conversation we aaked this question: Mr. G , why do but ter makers send such white looking but ter lo market, when it is so easy to give it a rich and attanctive appearance? Surely, rrplied G , hut did yon ever know a farmer who would spend ten tent In order lo make (wo dollars? Then pointing to a firkin on his counter, be said, that is sweet and excellent winter-made butter, and had there been ten cent'i worth of butler color added lo it, I would have paid five dollars more for Ihe hundred pounds, and (lieu made more profit on the investment than it Is possible to make ai il Is. Now we are more charitable than Mr. G "iu aur opinion of farmers in gen eral, for Here are some who will spend ten cents in order to make two to live dollars ou a hundred pounds of butter or other farm products; but we miisl eon fesi that a glance through the markets of thii city impresses upon us the fact that there are far too few who do spend the tcu cents. There is uo need, however, of any poor, white or yellow butter be ing made, or ever reaching market, lor it really coals but a trifle more to turn oui a sweet aud attractive article than a poor and unattractive one; aud the abundance of inferior grades oi butter which may be seen in all oi our larger cities as well as couutry villages, Is conclusive proof that theie is a great lack of practical in formation among the masses ot butler makers, or a woelul indifference in re gard lo the returns from capital and la bor expended in ila manufacture. Pale, white, lard-like butter is, no doubt, juit as sweet and rich as though coloring matter bad been added ; but it la au old saying, that fine feathers make II no birds, and ull will coiifosi tbat there ii something in good looks. Ou this point we will quote a good joke reported by the London Agricultural Gazette on a committee Bpoiutcil lo award premiums for bulier shown aladaiiy exhibition liming the piut year, as it tvell illul rules the power ol imiigiiiuliiiu upon Ihe sen hi; of siglil and luste. Ilsays: We are told on good nit' 1 1 i iiy, I hut an KnulUli dairy show, lu-t )eir, one exhibitor allowed sample ol butter in two cli-tsus. For butler in the .ferae rli be look ihe first prize, while iu Ibe clue l.ir nut va- he tt anted n In h supply of lime, and a' rieiy hi smpii!S wtie uniiniieed . I ho I ilie c II i i mi which he wrought i man ilcclaicil thai boib sampli. eiei nlcr uni'l tin. occurred Veiv i,l en in. ile limn the same milk and i Inn niny, j ilnritiL' n dat ' wm k. A j liner who was Ihe only ilillcieiic.) b'-iiii; that i In d i -e) , li'i iiii in a wiinlow iiumediMielv under-but't-r was rohited. Tin- j uli-- H -e 1 1 d ! neuth, uoi ' i'if Pal au ei do-i lulls lo Ihi clu.s lo be of li it r quaih) Ihuiihu ul her. Now it may be a kind of decepi io.i in color butter, hut il i an innocent i.ne which pleases Ihe purchaser and consum er and adds money lo the pockets ol the maker. Poor butter and cheese, or poor anything of the kind, de not come from Ihe waul of obtainable information in re gard to making such articles ; but f com conceit on the part of thou. ami. of farm er! which prevent them from spend in the ten cents lo learn how lo make two or leu dollan. We know thia iartber a bait) thin: 10 tty sboul any cla tif our people, but the alosr and small tale of works published expretaly for the pur. pose ol giving the much-needed informa tion, and the poor patronage which a majority ofoar agricultural paper, re ceive, ctunot fail 10 convince every ob serving tutu Ihat -Ibe leu cent thrust ol our friend G ii far ton near Ibe truth, llurul Ntw YitrLtr. f.i tlt i I use a.i am Asltlic are noUd lor li eir cunning And secrecy. It would teeui aa if nature III her Usual coilllif Iiealiin (lllc. I.id en. I 1 m ' dowed them wilh tuiseilor skill in the . , - , , , , , art or Bueaalng, to make op fir Heir , , , , , .pbttictl weakliest, aud lack of steady , , 1 open eoiirtge. A fact which occulted 1. , . . ,.... , , , belore the outbreak of the Srpiy rebei- 1 lion la India shows the extnordiuory trt j of keeping a tecret by the naiivr. i fr their a'pender to' to keep their j For twelve month previoti lo ihe nm- i paid up. SVben one bullon cine clT, ; tley, kMui letve and loins caket wer why there' good detl of 'pmslbility daily diatribu'ej among tbouaands ol Ihe ion ibe other boiloii. j native of that vast cuoil). The leaf mttiit silence , ind wts given toibeii- li ia ald the reason thtt no iieappr vilitni; the cake met nt war, and wat i intn hate )ei been converted at the Ii j banded lo toldier. For three hundred ; ton Tabernst.e, ii the knowledge Ihit no j and (ixty-fire dty thii diatribulion went well conducted newsptper eau be pub , Ou. Hundred of thousand were in lb llUhed without Ibe aasiilane.e of the j eerrrt, and thourbt the day ot redeeming India bid come. Ortl.ert au.l ( i v : hoiiatHrervant In I ngMth fam'lie, tnd rtmtUetttltt rleis in Knglttb r, muling ' rcnie. men and women in rltiet end In tl.e ilUgoe, rich nd por, high end luw jf:e, h.1, by ttating th-tetf f (he ctle twi-ra emery tr i-rtctme. Vet nut l.tiii.l.nttn, mitong the tliutndt it ; retidentt eml tutdier, wet told, or etew 1 inspected (he fact. or even a carelri word-dnper. So well wat the tecret kept thai Ihe break lug out ol the rebellion wat to the F.ug li.h at a clip of thunder In a cloudiest j ky. st I. Pill rt I'll It act II 1.1.1- ItVta. ,. ,., , , Dr. Ilrary Pigeon wriiet Iu the l.on- I don Lancet at follow: The mat velunt ; sitetifsa which has at tended my tieatineni of scarlet lever by sulphur Indtiee uin In lei my medical bielhieii know ol my plan, so that they may be able to apply tin) same remedy without delay. All the eases In which I used it were very wel maiked, and Ihe epidermis on ibe arms Iu each case came away tike the skin of a make. The following was ihe exict treatment followed in each rase: Thor oughly annolnt the patient twice dally wiih sulphur oiuiiiient; give live lo ten graintul tiilphur iu a little )ain three liiiiss a day. Sufficient tiilphur wat burned, twieo daily (on coals ou a ahov el,) lo till the room with (he fumes, and, of course, was thoroughly Inhaled by lb patient. Under Hilt inodo ul tiealmenl each case improved immediately, ami none was over eight ilavi in making a eotii plt le rcc.'iveiy , audi firmly believe In each it was prevented from ipruading by Ihe Irealuieiil adopted. One ease was iu a largo school. Having had a large experience Iu scarlet fever lust year and this, I feel some eoulldeiiee in uiy own judgement and I am uf Ihe opinion thai Ihe very mildest eases 1 evir taw do not do half to well ai bad easel do by Ilia sulphur treatment, and as far ail ran judge, sulphur Is as near a specillu lor scarlet lever as possible. a ai.iuiiT MiarAKK. The prceenl Archbishop ol Duhliu, the gilted author of the work, so widely known, on the Study of Words, is not In very robust health, aud has been for many yr-urs appiehentive of paralysis. Al a recent dinner iu Dublin, giveu by the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, his Grace sal on the right of bis hostess, the Duclicstof Abercorii. In the midst of tlio dinner the company was startled by seeing the archbishop ise from his teal, and Hill more- startled (o hear him ex claim, iua dismal and sepulchral tone, ll has couie! it lias come. What has come, your Grace? eagerly cried half a dozen voices from different parts of the (able. What 1 have been expecting for twenty years, solemnly answered the archbishop a stroke of paralysis. I bave been pinching myself for the last twetity mill. uicB, and find myself entirely without sensation. Pardon me, my dear aichbithop, said the duchess, looking up to him wiih a somewhat quizzical mil le pardon me foi contradicting you, but it is I thai you bave been pinching, 1' Willi I' Oil lilt WHIIII.K. N'i many ) em . i.o, when a Lilly buil ding will on ihe point ol :oiiii'eiion, the inisou who wai finishing the hihe-l pi llion was in Ihe habit of whistling lo Ihe lab. iter who a'lcnilcd him whenever i i ei m hi f i'o in Ihe III i.on, tli'iug'il id I ! 1 1 1 v h It id: mi linn in 11111111101; Hi" h:.iie, ami ihiH hnnighl hull up eviih a ho Mul el I111I-, when llieiu wn no room hir it. The mason told Pal that hi ttH'f mil whittled, so be bad un oih.r alleriM live Ihan lo irudgn biek wilh Ihe load. This baring occurred for the (bird lime dining one day, Pat thought he would wuirh to hear whet 0 the whistle cune from, lie bud not waile.l long with Him hod 011 his shoulder when In; heard Ihe identical vvhi-l'e directly nmlernoilh 1 wheie he Hood, aud leaning over, h j w Ihe head of Ihe joiner protruding out of ihe window immediately below. Pal, wiihoul more ado, ' mptied Ihe bod right over ibe w hi tiler bead. The jiiner ji l.nl and Ipiutirred while- aileiupiiug lo clear hiui.elf fioui Hie adhesive in", and ill Ibe inida'. 11 hia coulil.i ni, braid Paddy above, shouting al the top of hi. voice, Vhi-t!e when you want tnvre mortar! A lillle Imy entered a fi-dl UMikel Ibri other 'Ut , and " ring for Ibe lii-l liui a pile i,f loheter liii'K on the : muter, looked inleiitly al them lor tome lime, wI.km he exclaimed: Iiy gracious! Il.em' Ihe biggest grssliOqirt I've evrr 'eii . A Si. Louit holiday teh'nil boy gtv hia b acher this illustrative delioltiou uf ; iespouibi!ltr l!o) a ht two buttoni iKviJ.