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or y- of la ue at ue "8 !?i (AsA its a-. ,S i f BUSHED -WEEKLY Bi , a- m n T 1! JEr. GEO. - u x - risvg o iUBoirno . ,nr..crlbers, red b y carrier, , .- i knAt nan iu oiutsua .id nan """""' . .. .. .1 ...Vtannbera. ima-ie " ' Itralb CO. 1.2 , ... (i ' - ...- . u.,.1 QiihiianDers .trtnttv 1b advance. ? v-r I f raiment is nov . u- --- . - fhB9 tern." rt'ohiv soSrTta; pre;.rd for n,i whn me '"""i' ' ..continued rwua of a M car 10 line or low lor three weje cents per line. ror ,o w" contlnua"f those who advertise ' . ..K-....I allowance nd i.t, rln HlU H-sely. Special contract tKm- - J 'Ml 11 vXX-'YAaI I i. lib''''' flBP I Ml VOLUME 67. RUTLAND, VT., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 4. 1861. NUMBER 14. c 0 YSTER A RESTAURANT 0 L E'S Fouse RAIL ROADS, &C. aM, 0.riv, Fn.if and 1 &em Saloon, KOR LADIES ft GENTLEMIU, .... i Merchants' Kow, Rutland, Vt " ' u oathHhmpnt. there I "VTd up ofSnpper Rpoms, for the aceoa "lt?on f IMivate Parties. Alio, a good Dancing B;i!;5rt ii i every style, and delicacies In theirsea- All T I C E ! The Medicines of 1 DR J. CLAWSON KELLET, . .v-a i vTiPAt, PHYSICIAN,) ,nr faIe by Mr.. DKSJTUt, corner : urinff St.. liutianu, vt. - BCTLANO & BUBLINGTON B.B 10. Wiater Arrangement. I860. N and alter Mosday, Deo. 3, Trains will run Leave Rutland for Burlinaton at II .00 A . M . 8.00 au a y.zujr. ol. lave Kutland for Bellows Falls at 6.16 A.M., and 12.6 i. M. Iave Burlington lor Kutland at B.8GA. H.3.45 uu v.w a. u. Lava Bellows Falls Kutland. Nbr. 2. 190U GEMS FROM THK POETS. I'ye compawed every pleasure, Csnght every joy before its head oould pass; Vrt loved without rertriction ; without measur I've ior Kutland at 13.26 and B. A.CHAPIK.Rup't. ae-.iy F. MOWKEY. . mrhip Artist, Onion Building Mam St.. fnotoeraphio A ni, RntTand. Vt. ltlU larKS ' ' the best ni? . v..' ' l'hntorraDha in miniature or lift 1UC . ' . , ' nit. ....t, co oreu in uu, iuuuii - --i- - I.KWIS & FOX, vrv,..!e snd Retail dealers in.Drugs Medicines, NLciiciiieK. Chemicals, Artists MaterHls, rer ffv iC'lVt and Fancy Articles, Lamps, KirusM rKurLiiig Fluid, irusses, oupijui.. ' tan. nil? i" " 8B"" r - . . M-rclKiutV lvxciiauge '! i.m . vrisl KK.NN. sv,;ale and.Betail DruKi.t, Main Street, Rut M V. B. BULL, WHITEHALL, N Y., SUUfAlIIIIUIlvI COOK, PAllLOlt & BOX STOVES, UOilOW ware, r armors ovucio, iron ttOu-oniucm, owa-vv.u, nuftw v"- -- Iron FrouU for Buildinifs, columns, Loor-aius, Wiudow-biliB, w inaow-caps, r rem nn, v,or- r nnM utit.ila unil Khiiftirii.(:liiin. UliW., liuu i'.uir, nuu " ...- " i- Balconies, &c, made trom new rat terus of the latest and most kimi-oved btvies. STEAM ENGINfca, LAIUKS AND PLANERS. Roiling Alili castiugs, man jaacniuee, ovubi nun Machines, Drills, Shattiug, Pulleys, Couplinge,and all t:...i t. i. lui.liiijrv i'H.intf And Kiiifm ill urai t auu b , Job Work, lieavy ana light t oriog, of all kinds, Pattern work of all descriptions, wramng, jeMauing, so. Also sole manuikcturer oi the NEW YOKKJSK PLOW, The sale of which will he given exclusively to one dealer in each town throughout tne unitea oiaiee. 7-AU orders promptly nuea, ana naree suippcu hv Lake. Canal or Kail Koad. 8 ly te lovea witnout rer;vion ; wiuivui iud' , I've sipped enjoyment from the sparkling glass; ve known what 'tis, too, to repent at leisure ; . . ! 1 1 1. .. n 1 n Uau. I've sat at meeting iuu w And having roved through half the world' insan ities. Cry, like the preaoner' Vanity of vanities. Itaae Clason. O ask not, hope not thou too muoh Of sympathy below; Few are the hearts whenoe once same touch Bids the sweetjbuntains flow. For that full bliss of thought allied, Never to mortals given, O lay thy lovely dreams aside. Or lilt them up to heaven. Mrs. He mam. From graves that hold a buried pi st, Lrtm sepulchers by rock made fast, The Lazarus of our despair Walks forth, our being's future heir.- Anen. Thy voice was music to my ear, Why did 1 live to doubt thee! No more its melody to hear, Shows what is li:e without thee. -jiiio. ... o , I v CO n-..'""f"",: i-ork. Butter. lVl..e4ile ma i , " ' ." - , urv and ' "ct Keri-I, Fluid; and 11 . ' I ........ i iu u .i.i in clie trade. btt Ul- .11 UU'ltlS usu.. . v lP V('.K.li & CO.. ..' , I...1..,,., iiatii. Cans. "e,?,::r,,""e:c. no.s r . . ... i.-. ...-a .irin Hour.Irou, erV N.iu. liU, l'uiuwao.1 Oil-, siajt, C'ar- i rr vc. nwar the Ut;poi, n.uiiiA, - v. , 1 1 . i .MLMiTTiiMT & NICHOLS. l solicitors in C 1 smi - Kutland. Vt. 61:ly ' w t. mcuo if I'isnruioi. j r F. P.RAVES. , at Law', Otf.ce No. 3 Merchants' Row, ove. ... i.. i. raves s . - pAGLE FOUNDRY & MACI1INE Take heart! The waster builds again; A charmed life old goodness hath; The tares may perish, but the grain Is not for death., G. Wmttitr. Thus was beautv aenfMfWeThe4ven', The lovely muitrens of truth and good lu this darn worm ior iruw h.r ' And beautv dwells in them; and they in ner With like participation. AJctmvt. ' Yeteourag Soul! nor hold thy strength in vain, In hope o'ercome the steeps God set ior thee; For pat the Alpine summits of great pin Lietb thy Italy Rose Terry. SUOP lOWUASt MANS FIELD A'.'. -.1 l? i' i s: (i EVKKTS. .. . Uur m Laiv. and Solicitor I l.aiicery. tmice'iii tUfl Court House, Rutland, Vt i. lmui.'' It. THK ALL. . ...n. oi I w. Solicitor iu moiT) , ... at .nun,.." i ,ei,t tor 1'eniidouers, bobuij torv I'lirall's Block. Kutiaua, SILKLDON'S & SLASON, ti .... rir lahinn II U IT U AA1 - ..nii rwMiMtliillv niiorui then ......,1-. nutrmiH ami th nu biic Ai IVUUn aKa vuf g , lio generally, tuat luwrnewo-wA Itiiu. AiacAtiw hopy located on L uiou street, near tUe K. & U.H.lCFreigUt at! titiHanl nMf.i it irM. l'ar- outir atteutiou paid to Railuoad Cabtiu8,Mii.1. ud MaoaiMaaV na oi every .emnpimu. 1 uey aiso vkc - i - o -lul obliautious to alltiioBewho have patrouizea then. . on. iri.ul I v solicit a cou- lO uueraiijr uciu.yv, uuuauce oi tneir iaur. Oiuoeover the store oi aiessrs. Darren " TAlr Rutland, Oct. 10, to. iiTTTi.ixn FOUNDRY AND MA- XV CHINE SUOP CO.. Near Rutlaud & Burling ton Railroad Depot t:"'?-. . . . i j n.r..U'liUaunil liRllrofld Catit- uraera boiiuivcu iui v . . 1.1.11 aiw iill.fr rtiftl ItikTH. O. ukb oi every ateenpuuu, T. " ' Ior Agricuu.uri" iiuimuicu, v" - Uainugs. ic, of tn most approved paUerus. Ai.o, A lull awortuieut ol Gear and Puiiey Patterns. . ...... . i o..rl P,.U. CUlUlieCOU' I IIC II.I11.I BIU Ul ' ' 3tantlyon hand. Ala., the celebrated ii nurd ! ixw iJKtauu a. v - respecting the staaie sent toauy address desired. . ..... lib If ' L'4 ALL YV tlUrv Al ivj ii x in.. FRIESDSHIF. Is ought so fair In all the dewy Iandscspesot the spring, ,. . In tha bright eye of Helper or the Morn, InNature'sfsin-stformisougbtsoiair As virtuous friendship? s the enndid blush Of him who strives with iortune to he just? The graceful tear that streams tor others woesT or the mild maj-sty of private life, Whe peace with eve-blooming oliveerowna The itate; wherehonor's liberal hands diffuse , r nen vied treasures, and the snowy wiHgs Ol Innocence and Love protect the scene ? i .i k in lui.il. V'rr.niiiit a A. Sheldon, Chas. H Marbh L. oheldou, Chan tilason. 10, ly 11 JS M E M B E K I ! , Bran 1)K. E. V. N HAH WOOD; .. . ...i v WitAhimrton St., Ku lt:UIH OUlflvuw, . - . ...ii... aii 1.1 iiniB oertormed iii a'carefuikillful i tnorough mannei D. W. PKIME, .n lirnniiflll. Vt. OifiCt 'at the residence of J. Rosseter.o, posit ilauMe. 17yl CL.VllIv & BKOTIIEKS, in Watclies and Jewelry, Clocks t'iitcy Silvei iu , Rvnairine ueatlv done ai Arfi uts tor the sale of Colts and Wind ! Claiks' lliOCK, ituiianu, t LAa A. W. Clabb:. N. Clabk- k '. x i. n u i " ,T . ui.l .It-iler iu Suwt Music, Musical Instru I.,ic B.K.k, Chickering's and Boardinat ', - I' auofortes, lto.s AT Morse's Melodeons. iktr's Sew-uitf .uauniues, v. K.lflHIlli. Vt. I'11 'l lK. I. K. PIPKK. 4urt;it'ul and tlrchaaical len- uiBcecor. Merchant s Row and Weil ,uJ, Vt. w unTiTXiiD. M. P., Surnealand Mechanical Dentitt, . i..r ...iih nt the semmxri . i nucc i . i . 1 " i" . . - 1'oultucy. Vt. . .... .tnrk all of Latb purchase. No old out oi style shop-worn goods. W e challenge the State w produce large aa assortment ot hue WATCUEo, OOLL AND B1L LK, FANCY gooo, As we can show. We are bouuu to sen tne people Kutland i -iu Uuoos, believing it Is ior our uiuir- "oKi'bi- beyond our expecta tions! and our sto.k will be increas.a ,f amount and vaety as we ascertamthe wants and tastes of the community. r.ri7B.N i.nw PRICED SILVER justreoeiveu - WATCUfcS, selling for a very smal. advance. UAlRJEWELUt made to order with hue Gold mountings. Same hair used as left. Sv-Dou t forget tl.e place. ,, vt Cramton Nichols Wo, EV FALL GOODS!! Just received at SPKSCEK ot VVVATT'S. Averylai.e assortment of DRESS GOODS, SHA Vvls, CLOAKS. 1 RIMM1NG6, CLOl J US f- ii tc.AV.-i VlidlING-, UAlS AND CAPS LADlJiaoJ, KEAIa-' KADK CLOfUlNG N liil. M. TKFFT, (1 Mecical Dentist, Poulniev.Vt. Olhce, oue door West rTTTTved aud i eetn tilled with Gold without taal.- j: : lavu riitr- rv ;r.:uJ. l oundry sn.l .Machine bop, ,e II. S. 14. R. K. Freight Depot c.ery le-criptiou, Mill and Machiner i. lied promptly and at low prices. -UalVvowfe fc MANSFIELD, net. H, IS69. tmlZ our Dress Goods may be found all the nov fi of the season. Plain and Printed Merinos, PametL" Plain and Primed Wool DeLains Monairs I'oolius, Valeneiaa, HorenUues, MBrocuded Goats Ua.r, Union Plaids, MuslinUeLains,Plain Printed fcmbroiaen'B, French, bnihsh Scotch and American Shawls, Printed and Plain Flannel, Moreens, Balmoral and Skeleton Skirts, Carpetings, tto"r6TUISG is made in Vermont. VTe keep nl&:ZotClot, Cassimeres and T GROCERIES of the Choicest kind at lowest prices, Inf 111I1112 our ceieorawu im.;.-... . : , ,n5 ... inn. ot lots, but will give From the San Jose (Cal.) Tribune. JERUSALEM. (Continued from our iseut of March 21st.) " City of David, thy narrow squalid streets, By wearied pil-nuia throcged.I walk among ! Another night e bad slumbered in the . unminna. I he orient beams city oi ii-ij - - - - troin the east advancing, had paled the stars . .. ,i Tl k..l and lit up ail nature. iuc Kcua "i " iujt been daguerreotj ped on memory's tab let were as bright as the day, and the amun- ! ..a n' lixiuafious dragoman had HI" llrtnain 1 - ( not yet died away upon the ear ; and we, aa tresh as th morn, were ready and as eager for another sally, as the war-horse for the -a Ua nim at the sound of trump. amr i"- , We sallied out, over rough paveiient3,aml . . ' n . 1 n I Vl 1, ttltA ni flit tbrOUn,n Winuing sirecu . reiiowucu ici" , c.. . r.xfrtv'a Tfmplk. rear the Ollt eastern side of the site ot this temple, now stands the Mosque of Omar. It is au exten 1. the sides measuring sixty-seven feet- Various colored marbles in curious patterns, compose the lower part of its walls. Fifty-six painted winuows a.iorn the upper part, through the r.cbly stained ..lass of which th sunlight is reflected ii ev ery hue of the rainbow. It is surmounted by a lare dome, graceful and light in lorin, cov ered with copper, and crowned with a tall oilt cresent. At present, none but Mussel men are allowed to enter this Mo-que. oth- in but a belie! m aiaooinei mu jiuu. ... entrance. Within a few years pat, two or three persons who ?poke Arabic, and dressed in their cOMtume, succeeded in obtaining a vi.w of the interior, assisted by a numtr ot the faithful, who were liberally rewarded for the danm-rs through which they bail passed. Fortunately for their heads, they were not West of the Mosque, the Jews have posses sion of a part of this ancient site ; and none but a Jew can gam admittance therein. I he i- e k.i. sB. t are dotted here and Fhere with the coue-shaped cypress trees.that zssx -f Fthde -e in racefuI forms- BESXMEIlRlMAC PKIMT8, at 10cu?r,d. Bu a feW traces 1 BESfMANCUEsrER M - D LAIN8 181 M t, Tmn, The wester f MISS MARY M. DOW, -EM'IIKU THIS I'lANO POBTE K.NT1IAL HOUSE, RNTLAND, VT. 2 -3m remain ot the ancient IvThin kuEtllMi. 8 Temple, me western .. ALtiANOEK'S KID GLOVEd, ctsprpr of th Temple, which r. K. . Hour iroods With OABa.anu wmsc' niaitonn. SUI1 siaima. -- ready w as cheap as any Store Vermont oon . fa am be humbugged by credit stores, before you uuy. Castleton, October, I860 vith stones, support them. Not far from here, the Son of God underwent that "agony and bloody sweat and here He prayed, "O, my' Father, if this cut may not pass away from me except I drink it. Thy will be done P And near here, too, Jrdas betrayed him with a kiss. From the garden verge a number of paths in different directions. One takes you up a depression in Mount Olive to the vil lage on the top. and which path is called the "Way of the Wilderness," by which David fled from Absalom. Another passes below, the garden, crossing the hill diagonally, and leads to Bethany. This, it is said, is the road of Christ's triumphal entry. Another one proceeds down the valley to Siloatn. Mount-Olive is dotted here and there with a few olive trees ; from some of which our par ty gathered a few twigs as mementoes of the sacred spot. Proceeding to the top of the msiiint too famf tf ihft Cucrcu ok Ascension. Here, tradition says, u the place of the Ascension of our Lord. Such a statement appears to be at variance with Scripture, in which we read, " And He led them out ax far a.i to Bethany, 1 If. .1 I..!.. I. ..... I .. l.l.,u.ii.l tl.n.r. nnfl III. llllt'll llll I11H 1111.13 111,4 LMLiJMU IUV1". ... . 11. II. I 1 .1 And it came to pass wnue tie unwi mrm II,. ,oi i.uriu.1 fV. ,.n tlium mul carried UI) UC . .11.. ' ..v... . . . . . - - I . ,.l-ii.--s-L(uhc-AArv. ort. si J. in tne chapel, near the centre of the marble pave- . I. .., .1,.,... tnl f,u uici.i, . ' J v' ' " - ' " . i topcf whichisanituralcavi.y, which we are . . . . . ... o .. . i ii.. told is tne loorprintoi our oaviur whcic uc last touciieu tne earin. ohuib wmcia ""r asserted, that there were formerly two im pressions ; but now there is only one. The Absence of the other is accounted for in thif wise: that the tMuslems thinking (hat the infidels ought not to possess two such re-ma-kable treasures, stole one of them to adorn the great Mo-wine. Ascending a tow- i r . .1. . . ..... er, we nau a line view oi i-nj, "i- rounding country. Jbast ot the Jordan, tne mountains towering up like a mighty wall in support of the sky, were mantled by distance in a deep azure hue ; and ,tbe Dead Sea m quiet repose, and in dazzling ongntne s met the eve, reflecting the vivid rays of the sun . " , ., . ' I 1. ....... .....I t.,.. .....n It- as thougu mere laiu eiuuwuiu ucmci-u u- hiTh mountainous banks a huge caldron ol rao'tcn silver. Bidding adieu to this pano ramic tiew of giandtur, e sauntered down the valley of Jehoshaphat ; and there atool silently awhile, behthiin the countless num b r ot time-worn wi neses, thai berpt-ak the mortality of man THE CEMETKKIK8. What a vast graveyard lies stretched be fore you ! Every hill i-ide and valley ha? bern ttirrcd up to make room for the dead. O, ye dead ! thv teneuu tits outnumber those oi the living! What Jew there would no! grieve, did he know that he would be de nied a burial a resting place fur the tene ment of the soul, in the valley of Jehoshaphai in that cemetery that stretches m tar up Mount Olive, and paved while with stone i. that mark tlie graves of he thousand-, who called Atiia iam the r ancestor? Wl.o an wonder at their wib, their hopes, when they believe that There, the Messiah will stand at the resurrection, to summon from the dual all fle-di '! Among this vast number of tom!.- Liin.l fi.iir miitinmiTit'i. fhat tetifv thai .mi., -j , ... . . . . those in whom they are in houor.of, were no ordinary personag 9. If history has failed to J 1 . ty. .1 1. .:.. ..I prcsi-nt a recora suincientiy autufuin-.icu, to satisfy the inteiiigeni inwi i. i:a.un. . . .. . i . . i :.. ever ready to step lorwaru auu wi ave an in teresting tale in lieu thereof. One of these monuments i-s called the TOM It UK ZA( UAItl It is a monoHthie structure, in front cubic al, hating around it an ex.-ava'e.l pn.sage. leaving it unconnected with ihe great ro-k .. ,.f u.l.'i..l. if ur t,l. 111...1. 1 he M'l. S llie.l?- UU1 vl " .ii- . . - ure each 17 feet. At each on..-r is a pii.i--tr. and in the centre of the fides I wo col umns, all of whi. h are of the I nie or ler. Atxe the capitals ot the. Oniinn-. is me a Krnail enniii e. whi.h is suniK uiit. -d by a niiaiirancular. eouila'eral livramid. So sign of an entrance is seen, and it is, th.relore. suppo ed to m solid. 1 here have he.-n iiianv conflicting stories as for whom it was intend ed, none of which are considered to he cor rect by intelligent persons. 1 he Jews re vert it much, am! deem that, the n -arer they are buried to it, the greater are their clian. es iur happiness. Another of these ino.'juweiis is the TOMIi OF ST. JAMF.S. IU CH"V- I out give us a call 40-tf & DICKSON, I v r f I wish to rent my dwelling ti'iiu-e on Mam Street-imu.ed.ate ; POweMioi. "u"e httruAULEs"EKx".R- -.:,a,l-b. i, 1S01. lt TAYLOR CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, Nos. 65 67 WORTH STREET, New Tork. -d psalms, and lament FETEH C. JUNES, WUOLEsALE AND RETAIL A P E K W A li E 11 O U & E , x Water. Cor. of Devonshire St., lioston ii tautlyou hand and for sale a large assort ! .1 a:) kiuds of F A P E R. f t A i S.s, tfanlll. aud Press "'ns rier I iliurl nonoe, uk' - - . , . 4 'ai-fl .-sheets. tb Luailieieu Iurn' " proveinat iiuiums," ZL .....o .o E t-W" I hiiYn YhV'huTtory of the trade una uctci when we hare manutacturea . Wben we 'LOTUING SO CHEAPLY, . in w. it h nor custom and this advantage wej. ii 7T.V"- nirei: only g"'e ustne clsH,.nd you shall have the goods at ""ffo.ISSTEW.C.tmCHOBCHST, Near Claflin, Mellin fc Co s. new Store. 9-8w " . , .1 , teet in height, and compoeu oi w.c.,c-i stones, some of which are over twenty feet in lennh, and from three to six in width. Along -ll.r mir ilrannman led us to this a narrow aucii . ... ,,,, ,i t. : noilrl thA "Mourmns all.' wan. it - -c i. Every Israelite visits here on every r nday nn ftistival davs. Here they anernoou. oiivt - . - bow their heads, bathe the walls in tears and KISS IUO stunca iu VUi pen t-J - THE BRAVE BOY. ceived when quite a young lad at the Acade- T. . 1 1..I1 my in U 1 1 Among my svuuoi icnum were Hartley and Jemaon. They were artiYiAwhat nlilur than mvMplf. And tn Jsmsnn ? looked up as a sort of a leader in matters of opinion as well as oi sport. e was not bi all malicious, but he had a foolish ambition of teiuar thought witty, and be made nimseu V.xr olio V.ofi K iKIf rf rnpninor iiTfT lntn ridicule, and being ever on the look out for matters ot opinion. .... i i 1 1 . . i JUartley was a new scnoiar, bhu mue wM known of him among the boys. One morning as we were on the way to school, he was driving a cow along the road to a neighboring Jetnson, met him as he was passiug. The oiporiuiiity WAS UUD uuv iu VC IVSl VJ vcm- so n.- " Hallo," he exclaimed, " what's the price of milk V I say, Jonathan, what do you fod der on V What will you take for all the gold on her horns ? Boys, if you want to see the latest Paris style, look at those boots l" Hartley, waving his hand tJ us with a pleasant smile, and driving the cow to the (il, took twn thi bard of a rail fono, her safely in the enclosure, and then putting up the bars, came and entered the school with the rest of us. After school, in the af ternoon, he let out the cow, and drove her off, no one knew where, and every day for weeks he went through the same task. T!,.. K-,.a sf M Ai.9iT.imv wi.ru riea rl V All the sons of wealthy parents, and some of them, anion? whom was Jemson. were dunces enough to look down with a sort of disdain upon a scholar who had to drive a cow. The sneers of Jemson were accordingly often re newed. He once, on a plea that he did not like the oder of a barn, refused to sit next to Hartley. Occasionally he would inquire alter the cow's health pronouncing the word "ke-ow" after the manner of some country people. i With admirable good nature did Ileartley bear all these silly attempts to wound aud annoy him. I do not lemember that he was even once betrayed into a look or word oi a'liiry retaliation. " 1 suppose. Hartley,", said Jemson, one day, " jour daddy means to make a miik uiau of you V" " hy not '!" asked Hartley. " O nothing, only don't leave much water in the cans after you rinse them ; that's all V The boys laughed, and Hartley, not in the least moruGed, replied: Never fear ; it ever I should rise to be i milkman, I'll give good measure, and good ILllK.tOO." ! The next day after this conversation, there was a public examination, at which a number if ladies and uentlemen from neighboring towns were present. Prizes were awarded Dy tne l nneipai oi our Academy, Jand both Hartley and Jem oa received a creditable number ; for in re spect to whola: ship these two boys were about equal. . After the ceremony of distribution, the Principal remarket! that there was one prize, consisting of a gold medal, which was rarely awardednot so much on account of its great ,.i a Ivcause the instances were rare which rendered its bestowal proper. It was the .v,.. f i.;,... The last bov who received uno was voung Manners, who threes-ears ajo, rescued a blind girl from drowning. 'I he Principal then oaid that with permission of the company, he would relate a short torv. . ' jN'ot Ion a since, some scholars were flying kite in tUe sire-t. jost as a poor bov on horseback ro-le by on his w?y to mill. The h .r.e took tright and threw the boy. injuring i, nn so ba.llv that he was carried home and ... i: i we.-lcs tn I. is bed. Ot the COl 1 11 t IC'-l - ,ch.lars who had unintentionally caused the disaster, none followed to 1 aru the fate of the wounded bov. There was' one scholar, t, -jwever, who had witnessed the aeCid- nt from distance, who not only went to make in miirie, but stayed to rentier services. Thi-1 t hoiar soon learned that the wound e 1 boy was the grandson of a pcor widow, who e sole support consisieu in sc..... .... tTiiik of a Cue cow, of which she waslhe own- THE ENGLISH RAGGED SCHOOLS. There was a conference at Birmingham, England, recently, in which some of the phi lanthropic nobility and gentry participated, to consider the matter of educating the neg lected and destitute children ol Great Britain. Interesting accounts were given of kthe ragg ed schools, which resemble the schools of the Five Points mission in New York in many respects. Mr. Guthrie, the founder of the ragged schools in Edinburgh, said he had la bored in them for sere years, aud gave the following interesting description of the schools and their results : The children come at seven in the naming and come in rags and not in decent clothes, for that wouldn't do ; they would go to the pawn-shop too soon. The first thing that they do is to strip not to be thrashed, but . I. . on1 wi liana & l.n rt Lath aa 1 1 . 1 1 fT ou this gallery, and we make them march aloug, as slow as if they were attending a funeral, and the consequence is that they get, what Jmany people are not fools enough to get, a delight ful bath. W hat comes after the bath'. Some of you are, I dare say, Scotchmen, and ii i a . Mi! . . . .1 t 1. REARING CHILDREN. 1. Children should not go to school until six years oio. 2. Should not learn at home dunn that time more than the alphabet, religious teach inss excepted. 3. Should be fed with plain, substantial food, at regular intervals of uot less than four hours. A. Should not be allowed to eat anything within two hours of bed time. 5. Should have nothing fcr supper but a single cup oi warm urine, such as very weak . . . n ..1 . ..... a b , 1 1 A. oil..! . .. . J lea VI ruiuo ..', u. ca.utirio IC. OI TStin milk and water, with one slice of cold bread and butter nothing else. . Should sleep in separate beds on hair mattraaaos, without caps, ieet first well whim ed by the nr, or rubbed with the bands until perfectly dry; extra covering on the liwer limbs, but little on the body. . t 1 II 5. i. oriouiu ua couiitetten tnu . .1 . a - - v.., w uwi, for the greater part of daylight, from Lfter breakfast until half an hour before suntV.wn PHASE IN WESTERN LIFE. a T 1 . t . T ir. a x iTrsuy tcriaa uergymBo, axcv. lar. Chidlaw, gives the following deacriptioo of one of the modes ot calling Um people togeth er for religious service, in some of the spare. ly populated districts of the West. It affords a strong contrast wun tne conveniences ior worship which are enjoyed by the dwellers La our cities and Urge town : On another occasion tne missionary aw traveling through a wooded country, and had .11 A 1.11 A,l H!..jm( Mk hafti fYwiaisiV ait uay lui.w " . . ed of marks made oa trees by the enrveyor. a . .' 1 . :-aA . asmn hot JMSLI'iaaat one iimo os ie,v from it after while, and aitbe aun wai now fast declining in the West, ana mwk no signs of a numan naimauwu " be expected to deep ont of door. TLmlunf . j :. :J. t,rt-v-r. as far aa he could with tafety, he at length heard tn kirlino nil aioc. and w-estnUr came W clearing and a log cabin. . On applying lor a .upper - P'"r". IoJ-m, in, tbe woman within d tbey bad but lieu for tbemaelvM or others ; but the m- .1 . oe Lrfla would seTT siouarr reniriug n - bit purpose, he was directed to find corn for bis LorsVin the hollow of pnvree which stood near the house, and which erred tbe purpose of a corn-cno. . The woman placed before him some corn bread, honey and milk, and observing that be asked a blessing on the food, she stepped up to him with considerable animation, and asked him if he wasn't a Methodist minister? No," replied he, " but I am a traveling Presbyterian minister." On hearing this, she at once asked tun. iT he wouldn't preach to them that evening 7 Preach to you 1 why, where are the peo ple to preach to? I have not p received any settlemenU around you here." The woman at once took down from the place between the windows, where you city 'oiks usually hang your looking-glasnee, I at a,Aan aa at i itfuniT r the door, tooted lunu uu uuiU 15 t . away ujioii it with a will, and the echoes rang unless in damp, raw weather, wben they linnlil Tinvair la Allnwpil t r. ' .... .1... Utile, ui you arc, a uaio aay, ui;vu.uiuqu, ana 1 .. . ... .. - j j oulsjuc me ill understand me. Ihev tret a eranu break 1 ooor. 1 " "i "- " -. ----- fast of porridge and milk. Then comes pray- Never limit a healthy child a. t .trp. trough the ad, cent loresr. .J - . . . .: 1 v.... ...1 r, I Thuauu-klv fcroaint ber ei, suu a purutu ui itxc oiiiituie is inu , 1 " ung, .... . u.jrei , out compel 1 then the work of tbe school begins, and occu- J regularity as to both ; it is of great iiijor- I 1 pies four hours of tbe day ; tbe children learn I tance. I ' to read, and to write, and to cipher ; and they j rsever compel a child to set learn carpentering, and boxmaking, and shoe-1 interfere with its enjoyments as long ma If imp 1 he v I'ome tn tin At h;ilt-ii;Lt aaVHri I not rougu tie aoj ceii iuh." 'i-i.fL . .:. ti a lanaband and one A aaa UM.aw7 - v o"- - . - or two of the neighbors, who wanted to know hat in tbe world the matter was 1 Oh," replied she, " run right nome ana it nnr I ou, 1 " "- - - Biiuj uor 1 , ,. , A.'lr. tn clher thut vnn can. for shoe-1 intenere witn its enjoyments as Ion' as it is ndlu , , ' a.,. not iniurious to Arsons a,i . " t J there is a preacher here, and we are going to in the morning,and at half-past seven at night against pood morals. j ' have preaching " ..ambled. ...... .v-.tT.':- a' .1 .i.t.. I 10 v..vr ti,rut . ..1:1.1 . I At 7 o'clock the congregation assemniea. u-l .t . .i .1 1 ,i. nn imt and Hinin.mii.. Vht 1 A a' I had seventeen hearers, and among them uaCA li.cn 1 A" S, dU'l lillj Jiv uuujlf aaava aiat I J - .. j J'l liavc t'J UO, rar im nnt wnrth the iimnin". W e never do , ami then be done with it 11. Never sreak harshly or ar.rih mildly, kindly, and wben really needed! ly no more. 1 2. By all means arrange it so tha last words between you aud'your childi bed time, especially the jco'nger ones. be words of unmixed loveliness and aflec Hall a Journal of Htalik the run at hall Uon. Boiling, Broiling, i- Roasting, Frying. When meat ard bo led in water, a considerable portion of I he nutriment is dissolved out, and owinj to the fact that wa ter cannot be heated above :o hundred and twelve except under pressure, it is often diffi cult to heat the meat enough by boilir " to disorganize the fibers and n.ake it tendei. I it be necessary to soak out salt, put meats to he boiled into cold water and Jet then be gradually heated. But whtjn it is desirri to retain the juice, the water ! should be 11 ad e boiling hot before the meat s put in, so is to close the ptres, or coagulate tbe albu nen upon the surface at ouee. To obtain the best broth, let the meat be put into col l or lukewarm water, and be kept for a long time below the boiling point. Aj better plan atill is to cut the meat very fine, put it irlto a bottle, cork it tiht, and then place the blt'lr in a kettle of water, and boil it thus for a considerable time. hen meats are broiled en a andiron ever hot coils, the sud lain high heat applied 4-ar tiie outside, which shuts in the juices, and the rapid application of heht Km coom the BOBBINS! Creu Iisamn, - two or three Jews there ; and as we were ex- ertintr ourselves to break: on a iew piev.es o. .r. it ... nini nrA nf the Jews turn- tue wan as mciua"vv.i 1. ..o .,A . Vnn niiwht rather help ing towaius u - r- . to1uild up this Temple, than to pull it down. af:.: mQ rnrth with solemn me aumoniviuii v-oino cent, but curiosity prompted us not to been it. . ... .. ... ti,i'a Oh '. weep for those tnat wept uy u' stream, A aihnrt distance north of the to-lib of Zach- arias, out of the solid rock, a chain!., r of con siderable size has been excavatcu. in trout two columns and two pilasters ot the Done order support a porch. It is adorned over the architraves with a Doi ic frieze with tnlyphs and a cornice. The height of the columns is about 10 feet. The porch is IS feet by J deep. It contains one large sep-.J. hral chamber and three smaller on. s. An exca vated passage leads to the tomb of Z u-harias. from the south side ot the vestibule. Traui . 1 ii.at L. f ween the crucifixion and lion relates, i... - the resurrection of our Savior, the Apcstie James sought refuse here. TOMII OK AltSAI.OM. rr.t r- . u ; enlu al. ineasurin2 22 feet on 1 nis iuuii. ... v...-. , . each si-le.and is .let iched fro,., the surrourv 1- inr, diir, like unto that 01 u-.ia... ,he com.ee down it is monoid Ii : 1. co - mns and pi kers alter .,e a? .. - ; - AtlKMOX T MANUFACTURING Co M A0r AUTUBKB8 OF PAPEli AND BOOKS, tHUSilEKS. I'KlNlERS 'D BKNDEKf, and Retail Dealers in Uooks and Station u l I'urohasers of all kinds of Paper Stock ..weinuut, N . U. V, a viw sTi 1 fn ! Rich Rosewood . U.ei-Warra.itea. Having again rebuilt oui ur tv w- itre t?ain luruishing our SUPERIOR PIANOS! ,1 t i"ku;K.S i.V'U STYLUS, lor iJ i'vrL List -'rcular. to UOARD.VIAN.OltAY CO;. Uu MauutdCturers, Albany, a . 1 il v F jl a ' atvoam. 1 ori.nj am. 1 ; i 1 (. i . i ' - - - - . . , in Af nam n-L.. in desolate, whose land a .-ls. ii,,, frieze is Djiic with trulyphs H .dJdeSlrable styles of iad.es dream ; , . . . . ami paU JJ. .d desirable styles x-u T "Tl f .7dah'. broken shell : FALL AND WINTER l'REso uuuiio, hathdwelt the god- less dwell! Embracing, Figured and Plain Merinos, Cashmeres, fclnI?l'fJ;-5 l.-lins. SDOts. Checks, Stripes . j Z-A J. aim Thiheta. Brocha. ramettas, liiu, - , and Silks. Also, Thibet., Brocha, t3aTJJ eHU - . . waai Kiiir vanrl Wool and o AVn F?ain.I Gingham;, Calicos, Cottons, Cam- I Canton lanueis.uruKua , t Waddina. $UHp.rK, Thread; Tape, BinaiBg,o., -. w ttutiauu, srei". .1 T1LC0X & GIBBS' SEWING MA- I t I11SK: WU.t other. ,, o i . 3 1 wun. ertal pronuui""". "V. , ,th . . .r.t .. hn.7 anu comparison wtm ..11 v, no ttintr rnii.n'n. w- --I .i;u fcvetiiuK Journal. . mr,.. A ,u-e.,uiol wouder."-Sc.entlflo Amertew. jr ,! by T I A N O S ! PIAN J 1? a n t pus sn.nnf) BARRELS . p.)UUltKri'E,ma.leby the Lcdi Mauufactur-I ' ' .1?!JJ. r"t.KVJu will t-HcAPtsr rcuiii ...ii 1 " " -- rrn from ui.r- su-cre oi corn. . to weeks linul to on-Uttll, auu niicu 1... v. - - "r, and unlike ajua.io, ueiilier injure the ' ;eea V A uaiUpUI-l, Willi mtltlKl'iiJ ""I a aaid. i, i, spot arratisto auy one sena W.,. R1FF1SGi llilorilEU co CO Courtland St., ew Yrk. fnral Ag'ts for the United S.ates. -I" NEW GOODS ! SEW FIRM 1 NEW GOODS 1 TaKiabwribsr would respectfully announoeto the citiaeuH ol braudon aud viuiuity thit he is opeu- uck mid complete . ..... ... ,r. . ..r,,nlintt..3 C . r. SlUClv Ot littu'"1"3' DkVy, k ;ii!,ia.,aI.i Ain.i. Holt. Jr., where maybe :'J;-""i inras and well selected assortment of i-Kii?s, provisions oiTariu"' 'AsS.l'Al'KR l'? :'!,i,va la. . HV, Ciu.B.--" r;i.t. for oash. TkJSZ hoaht it my establishment will be '" .-r.sented. irrantedasgoo..- --e-- lve. .;!!, examine .. j-"?- - - jits to..n.H van- ,UKN (illWt'l"M' " ' aalu their season. JOIIN W. CHASB. . .o 21 tf Brandon, M.ay x. iso OS!! The snboriber, . P;Ml,c".rt of a Piano, is the brated instruments 01 ttroo IIAZLETON & BROTHERS, Which took the first premiam of theUt. M.SWe Fair ovrStelnway t Sons' make, ana are o eredtbesitmur.. instrument fully war Prices moderate, and every 0l Mbb. ranted. For further stealers e nqeire o A. E. Hopkiks, Main St., Rutiana, i-i subscriber. A w POWERS. ., ...... Pianos in N. B. Mr. Powers will continue w .dle 0, Rutland three times ' Orders left with Mrs. April, August nd December. Orders ie Hopkins, will be ttf nded to M uurnuga-ou, ' -, Golden Gate. In my former sketch, in .: .iurmtinn of the walls and Dreseniu.ji v.--t - , Sates of the city, I failed to mention then the C . . . .V -niacin tliuf it 14 ClOSeJ Golden irate, ior u.c i - -- - nn A lon projection ot more than fifty teet . i a ..; 4Vkf nr mnrp. from the main stanus out B.a. -- . , . eastern wall; in the centre of which 1 m . th oate. It has a Uouble-portai, wnu u. ..amv.... ,.h. The entablature, which is bent around the arch, is supported which sDririU like cor- DV VyOriuvl.iaia v u 'ii".. 1 1 : . bels from the wall. It is apparently a work Ul UU CI T 0viv . . At some distance south of this gate, is a . r ..i..rvn uorv near the top Ot trameiu ui t.""""i .-- .. 0 11 A ovtnilinrr out several teet, tne wan i'i.'-i r - . . . upon which tradition says, the Prophet Ma hommed will sit at the day of judgment Having made a general survey s. , , .i,,..h thA tiate zacnaruis. - - - .t nrrr. which support an Iv.'.vplian cO' nice Above the cornice the work is ot nri Sonrv. First are t-o layers of stone, cu bica as the lower part; then inree iar.s "form cvlinlrical, with ca ,1 mHildm-s Vihtly projecting; makini tins upper par. in'ihe shape of a concave-curved pyramid. Its whole height is over . . are heaps of mail stones, which have be ;.. thrown there by tne v "Y'" " " . . 1... tl,.. th.. rml r?llar ot At.av np.ieve it .o w. .. t . lorn, mentioned in the Sonnture, and prob- ably no Jew ever passcu ......-. , - -a stone and hurling it at the tomb. W h U our partv were there, several ot5w "e... . r .1 r. ;i...l tn i-nini v Willi and not one 01 uie... '- , ' ; ... :c their accustomed rule. 1 he tru,.. is, ... no satisfactory evidence showing ior woa. was made. TOMB OF .lEIIOSHArnAT. The aceummulation of rubbish has almost . 1 .1,: t,.,r, 1 1 he ivlui!"tu is an tu tii.rie.u iiii. 1 " A'a?, what could she now do '.' She was old and la.ue, and her grandson, on whom she depet .del to drive her cow to the pasture, was on his bade entirely ncip.ess. .. jkever mind good woman," said the schol ar, " I can drive your cow." With V.e-sitn'S and thanks the old woman aceepte 1 his oiler. But his kindness did not s-op hee. Money was wanted to get articles trom the apothecary. I have money that my mother sent me to buy a pair of boots wun. imi i can - out them for a while. . . tl... nl. I n-nman. I can t COn- J, no, saiia in. ' - . sent to that, but here is a pair of heavy boots that I bought for Henry, who can t wear lv bu them, irivim' what they cost, we should get along nice- The scholar bought the boots, clumsy as they were, and has worn them up to this lin'Cii i Jiaenvpred bv other boys " DUl worn ii - -- j . - of the academy that our scholar was in the habit of driving a cow, he was assailed every day with laughter and ridicule. II.scowh.de boots, in parrcular, were made matter ot mmh, but he kept on cheerfully and brave y, never shunning observation, . driving the widow's cow and wearing his thick boots, con tented iu the thought that he was doing ngh t. caring not lor the Jeers an i ' -be urered. He never undertook to explain why he drove a cow, for he was not inclined ' J . i.:., ..i, ... jl.I.. mnti ves.anil rags are not worth the pawning. We never keep a ciniu irom nome unless t ie house is an infamous den ot iniquity or the parents cruel ; we know that in the.bosom of the child, worthless as the parents may be, God has planted a link of affection, and what we want to do is to improve and, strengthen that tie ; and we have known instances where thoje poor children have even carried aalvation to their homes. But all this, ladies and gentle men, requires expense; we must feed and we must clothe them ; it entails the expense of teaching and ot housing a lew ot them ; ana 1 say that they deserve the fostering care they deserve the most fostering protection and help of the government 1 A OU r i . i J llu.ui u . aa j f a v.. . . v. told us what these ragged boys do in school ; now tell us wh it they do oat of School.' Well, they just get on as well out of school as they do in ; they get on in a way we never v ru.r.t...l Wh..n fhfv Wt.rt rretrimr tin ban quets to the soldiers of the Crimea, and to all the (rand members of parliament, we thought we'd give a banquet to our ragged bairns, who had fought as great a battle as any Cri mean soldier, and lar harder too. Ail of a sudden the thing was resolved on ; all of a sudden the thing was done. We have them, you. know these ragged ...l.su.1 u.. k -.I n tl.at wuU. ..nttlniT liltvfi the 9CII1JO! m.ivio.a ...... " ' . V. ....... . . .... forests in Araer'.ca we have them herd ng sheep in Australia ; we have them iu the navy ; and what d'e think? there was an odo thing in this way we bad a coiujsetition among bovs in the navv : and the raided hod boys carried off the bizhest prize. We have them meat through, it in molerately thia pieces. in the armv. too. Just the other day I had If is then tender, juicy, and platalle. II ose : .1-.,r, r.t i.,v raT.Tel u l.u.l I who never brod their fresh meat, or Us, or in aii , i.i a,. ii . u,u. it.. v ... ... . . . ii'. . t i -'.. 4j I ....ilrt.,- t Li t.rit It nr.n schOlais. t nat was ue oo:n mere .- ton ask. Well, be was just standing beside a very pretty girl dressed like a dutches, with an enormous crinoline ana au that, i nere m was, on his breast he carried three meials He had loujht the battles of his country in the Crimea ; he had gone up thedeadly man h to Lucknow, and rercued the women and the children and our soldiers there ; and I wa pioud of my ragged school boy when I sa him with his honors. Well, as 1 said, we resolved to give a ban quet ; we furnished one of our best rooms, and had it brilliant with gas, and laurel, and ivy, and tbe ceral-beaded holv and the quantity of tea and toast ! It isn't to be told. W just sent away through Edinburgh, and in a dav we po' one hundred and fifty, all doin for themselves. I was master of the ceremo nies, bo I heard a rush of feet I was stand ing at the door, you know, to receive my company and I could not believe my eyes whenl saw the succession of good-looking, re- . . ..... ....... ,.il t l.u aiwi'.u.infl f1 speciioic iuuii " , 1. - v - comely, virtuous-looking young women. A girl came up smiling, and she said, You will remember me, Dr. Guthrie; this is my man and then a great, big, hjnest loAitig, burly fellow came up. and he sai 1 : ' Yoj will re member me. Doctor; this is my wile.' And they filled that room. I never saw a more respectable company. And how they laujhe.t anu surg ; and we prayed too-we prayed, an 1 we gave them gol advice. I never spent a happier night no, not in the greatest, noblest house I ever was in than I spent when I en tertained inv Bagged School children. ii. a w vr - e I bad seventeen hearers, and among them fiood old Methodist, who, once in a while . . . , r . " - 1 '. - wt l,.nld . nrt but I would take tue meeting m uu o-n . hhout in true iletnoaist styie. w vuu.eu. to let bun, my menus, ior u w u shoutinz that tbe good old man made, I assure you. lie was anxious'for the conversion of souls, and I don't care by whom good is ac complished. The next morning before I left, tbe people assembled for another ser mon, which I preached to them, and after that I went on my way refreshed and rejoie-inz. LeticleS ixtultrv. do not know the ex. properly cooked dish of ani method Lof cooking fresh fidi, ll- sh, or lols, broil: ...... I. i.leil SitwAV thr the ('dole 14 A tlVt' intelligent enough to h indie the gridiron meat dexterously, so as not to make clia i. klv c.Kik eierv f a inal fil. Jf all meats. v.htjther ' is tbe best Remarkable Esdcrakck of a Fowl. In the great snow storm of Jan. IS, 1861, on tbe farm . f Samuel Shaw, in this city, near the railroad crossing on Greenland road, a large white fehanghae hen wandered from tbe barn into tbe yard, and unable to get in again, was covered np by tbe snow, and buiied more than a foot beneath its sur face. She was missed the same afternoon, but as nothing could be found of her, poor Shanghae was given np as perished in the storm. Nothing was seen oi her unt il, on the 13th of February, just lour weess su.cr uw disappearance, tbe warm weather had 'haw ed the snow to her resting place, and unaid .d she stepped out of ber place of captivity aod walked back to the barn. She weighed tbout five pounds when buried, but less than two when thawed out. She has a good ap-p-tite and is fast regaining ber flesh. bile on tbe cold Friday, which occurred in the time, some fowls in tbe barn bad their l.a fW.-ir, t.sin-.?ha4 beneath the SOOW bolly escaped being frost-bitten. Ports mouth Chronicle. part to suit the taste of the f an atom, and vet of the meat sulhcicnt consumer. Boas ing meat, in an oven, is next to llroil- ng, and generally preferable in the ban a careless, or slow, or inexperienced It. it a t.ieee ot meat. t' be roasted Well. he put info an oven already Lot, ij as tJ the surface in onlr to retain the j n .es. heat should atterwar 1. be kept a h: possible without actually charring or bu ti.a m.. t Tha. !ii!ier tie beat, au and and oal Is ot oolc. lOuid sear The th a? niiin the I I e door navintr muo a bcuu. " J . I dty,ourragom,n led - th-ugh ..f st cornet of the tomb of Ablom ?Ldt?ePAdVncing a TiTtle from "the gate Some years ( ago , a Ucnrew m, Lnd'S-the right of ;th. path h pomtetl out J Chaldean Churcl, wh, to be seen, and that i: ri'ht by the ilom. II YORKER t-TTI T a n MFAV iuuut also, known by tne name u. ------ 1) . .-rr Produced to s also ' slt.r. except immediately Thlsjustty eeieora'en . the ro0st out ..i- -- Passina tbe the trade in 186?, ana " ?" ""t in coantry. will after very bam w.-. - trdir,ona, extensive -- 1 bridge, on tne and at tne iiiu- - . i . rr..- the snot where St. Stephen was stoned. This the spot wuc e. r , . .ree Su esrtheCrravellei- has been shown as ihe one where the TJ according to more uciru u.s.. Sfwi on the north of the city We des iti(l"(l irom tills Lam , , . Vallet ok J EHOBHAPH at. The deepert VA. .. ,i ,.,1 Viv a hrtdue. It STii kiwi bj Ihmrof Brook Kidron; is, aiwt . avnt. immediately tnideep or .hallow ,ery ham winter V;nal bridge, oo the leh . you Lr1 Rot here tradi- tombot tnevirg.- - - ;nion . ' :i General wuiicu, whan it was de- ffltt?"" V11 f fhaXVfr'nnand 'the Ao.tto John resides, when the territory h inot P" tn. gole clared, that the Virgin bfalowstODe For prices nd plates of Plow, app 7 bunedm the City. An"u' v u. vinB manufacturer by a member of the Chaldean Church, who J . 1 .1,.. rt-..l. I here, is not Was ll.e.l eAi..v. ... . i....aa tn sni. iiort the suppo tne. sil'Jiitesi . ...i.. ..v. --t 1 ... -.:. .ut it h the. tomb of King Jeliosua- HtLIO.l, ..lit. . - Pi' .1 ,Ka nr.. nrncpeded to Turning irom uu-se. iu - . . r.i... V.r.in-i where o ance at me . ou.i.u... - - - . r. . .1... -:-,.; ..ii.iin l.elore her punea it is saiu me. a... , I. 1,.. ill :int .S t lollies , Ii.. " tion to w s;ll 1;,m. tllelu.e ,0 the valley to n 1 00. the valley ot llinno.n, Field, bou-hl wun u , th vr. After WIlh .,nv r. lltls ttiat were ; . ;omfe,e,fatigedf.?mthe Whitehall, H.T., Mh, 1861 u- v R. BULL. "' ' 10-8W clared, that : ne v .u - r . 8tOD , . n tho aoutn. towaius a sunKen cour - - , Gothic tl mrtonine nomu, .v..-- ndon, M.ay x. iso . w ; 7T " -"-- fapJe which has two uuiui " mtTTs 1 . w 'TUi anKcriber I direction is tbe tacaae, wuivu . . , . tt m T -l V aMIIiMI X lli I -r-TJ.f Ii'lllt MALIi. u" " . l . :.v: tHe other. 11 uuv.w- K V O Li U A 1 v H i" . v.7H.irv Farm, lying one ana - arcnes, outs w.ia" r-t ...ir-o 1 u orfers ior ""."--;:' .7 , rn. nontaiiima 1 1 ,t,. CLOCKS ! . ,-v.T.rTT?i?Q CLAUK st mwi".n r.gE3 ,Hive on exhibition ana ior . - - LOOKS that run without friction ' S: " " i..ud warranted to keep accurate time for 2o years ittmut repairs or cleaning. invoice Ol A...thisday received another large invoice o Jewelry and Silver Plated Ware. t TniFIR NEW STORE, larka1 BIOCI, itutianu, riTTPP. TTeneafter a discount of 10 . V-T .111 be made on .U. monthly bills. rnd.r'M.O.. and 15 V'i0 fiwZ: iarvloe pipe, eetiing o Meters, fco., o- Ollioe ai the "tH4,BDB5ETT, Pre.-t- Ua4 -lMo. BttiASKmli l,Xf, TcARM iUtt OAc " .nd0ne- Rutland, Vt.. March o, 1001. " . Z7Z Z t rv . Tbe brick HOUSE IU" c"nr the Episoopal House two doors nortn ji fnr malts by Church in this village is "gRGE u MUSSET. Rutland, Tt- Maren o, iw H AIR J E W E L B I I door, and, ot course, - -1 ... vm these aays sUUw, -.,, a,i that even CLARK BOTHIM 5 opportunity presents - . t must, tuereto.-e, nece , p- t that a ndOold monnt Ladies' , nVV;Bons.8tuds, Jifhriut a blush. Io be Kraeu ,. over most objects, and eten many r ., traes. that doubtless nave .,th higtorioal interest, fail to meunv,. -; ( - Trisn B0UWM;r;th8 trunk, of which wmuoo w-M w,thin tne otue. -". . 1 1 .1 sx ArlTiliri 11 1 1 L T V -' to beauty, i nau uo - . . j tion th:rerT;Syheratthefoot aa hv a white wall square enclosure 'UeDn of the about ten feet high. It u '"P0 t0 t .: A monk: IS usuaur , . - r loud knocK at t"c i fTTc l Juration, which in door, and, ot course, a whenever an why lie drove a cow, .u. - . ,., make a vaunj of his charitable motives.and tVrther.iiore, in his heart be had no sympathy with the false pride that could look down ith ridicule o.any useful employment. It i i..r,t that h.s course ot ktna- was UV incie. oiuuv... . - css and self denial was yesterday discover ed by his teacher . And now, ladies ana gentieme ., . oK,-. to you, was there not true heroism in this Lovs conduct? i Nay, Master i"y,do t hide out of s ght behind the black board V ,. are not afrksd of ridicule, you must not he afraid of praise. Come forth, come torn. t . 1 1 . vour Master Lidwara naruej, "-. . j honest face." , . , , m,i As Hartley with Diusmng cuee.0, which the wnoie coiniiniij j T. ..ei.eral approbation bis conduct. I he Ladies stoo 1 upon the benches and wavea he r hSiercliefs. The old men w.pedthe ornaen?than a crown would have been on biTlTmedal was bestowed on him amidgen ertrme teTl'Ttu a Pood thing of Jemson ashamed of his ill mannereu "t ------- e were dismissed, he went wuu - Memory of the Elf.puast. A female elephant, belonging to a gentleman at Cal cutta, who was ordered from the upper coun try to Chittagong, in the route thither, broke loose from her keeper, and mak.ng her way to the woods, was lost. The keeper made every excuse to vindicate himself, which the .... ,.r,i, .;,,, 1 wr.nld not listen to. but Uiasicr Ul am- " i .,i.l tl... man with carelessness, or some- Vi 1 tl .1 .1 V . " ' ' ' . . thin worse; for it was instantly supjtfsed that lie had sold the elephant He was tried for it, and condemned to work on the roads for life, and his wife and children were sold for slaves. About twelve years afterwards, this man, who was well known to be ac quainted with breaking elephants, was sen. into the country with a party to a-sist in catchui" wild ones. They came upon a herd. and this man lanciea no saw amo... group his long-lost eleplnnt, for which be had been condemned. He resolved to ap proach it nor could the strongest remoii '.. t.artv dissuade him from the attempt. Having reached the animal, he spoke to her, when ; she immediately recog 1 . e.. -i.va.il her trunk in the IllZe 1 UIS vuive , - , . . i i- ..L.i.ilAn ami stiontaneously air in toaeu oi Dam.'i"i -- -i . - knelt down, and allowed him to mount her neck. She afterwards assisted in taking other elephants, and decoyed three young ones, to which .he bad given birth ir. her ab sence. The keeper returned, and the .singu lar circumstance attending the recoverj being ihJ tenderer the meat. A long, slow roistmg, i hexa trt a. lannlnff1" 1 raln.r in a nun ar.nider is tbe worst hjode j..ilfinar tnaatai. lceerit for tasteless tl v. J - 1 ,-.t. tt.it .rp an much like cl ips as to re quire soaking in fattto render them at a.j pal atable. i American Agncunui-.. j Bouuuoxs ix E-iLK. There are now in ,.n t... than tif.v.fi ve persons of the t Allt S -a sJ .. j a Bourbon family of the seven' our direct or collateral descendants as follows : . The Bo rbous of Naph-f, o-isisf.ng o. any Francis, five brothers and four sisters : his Maie?t's unci. -Prince Ue Caupa at d to ch.ilren; Count o' A juiik nd t-o.-f.ildn-n : Count de lrapani and five, L.s Ma,etys aunts-tiueen Marie Amelie, widow of King 7 ii.,: .v... ti,i. l.e,s de Berry, aud OUi? 1 mi..rFe , a cousin- the Lbitcbessde oaiemo, - v - ,ru.an, the Duchess d' Aumale-to.-l, . The Bourbons of Spain-.he Infante Don Juan and two children total 3. The Bourbons of trance, Count de Cham- pord, the Dutchess de Panua and t' 1 ..... -i-i n.L.ni l.ranch ot the rell lotai o. i ue v..- - . , ,.. u t ..th.. Count de Pans, the. Uuke deChartres, the Du.e de Nemours, and four children, the Prince de Jom ibe and two, the Huked'Aumale ana w, de Montjtensier and six-total . teen liourixins are not a., v-.., -- - airtwn in nuiuut.1 , A Sparrow CaroHT bt ax OTSTEa. The Birmingham Daily , Post narrates the followinz incident which occurred on the premises of Mr. Potter, fishmonger, at the Uale-ecd, Birmingham. A neighbor, passing thro igh the yard, observed a eparrow flutter in" in a frantic manner on tbe top ot a beap ofovster shells, as though struggling to re lease itself from an uopleatant detention. He found th leg of the poor bird baa ueen caught firmly in the gripe of a young oyster which was attached to the outside of one of tbe discarded shell. He at once took Lis prisoneis into Mr. Potter's hop where the : t.. i ...r. nr-ned lib a knife S.llUl.! 1 . " C I ... ,nd the bird release' It u supposed that the ovster had opened its pearly jaws for air, and that tbe feathered wanderer, whilst boripin ' merrilv past, accidtrndy, but too surely, "put hi foot in it. Satubdat Evekl.no. Every Saturday evening bas, to my ear, a gentle knelL The week tolls itself a way one, two, three, four, five, fix, and tbe perfect seven and lean i t,a thai antifidl dvinz away 'as tf annus. - . -j the davs had slipi-ed their cables, and were drifting don the stream, but beating faint measure as they recede! And of everyone I sav, ended ! gone. I shall never see thee more ! Have we done any good acts have we been busilv en-aged in our employment have we len.honest in all our dealing with our fellow men. Ak yourself these questions, and if you can answer au oi tnese iu.r..u5 atories in the affirmative, then jou need not mourn and lament over the past week, for vou are aware that you have done what was just and honest in the sight of God. roval family ot am, -.,; thi Empress of Brazil ( Pn ,(,es; th'e Duchess Autn. (Jotha ( .Princess ue - , f Uuke Charles 111. oi - , Spain, who abdicated. VAKIETIES. . .. : . k,t a ron- Hi who is great m deieai .s u.. -.uorer' . . ,..L that Eagles fly alone; they, are nut .--i- ,ar. too fast and would like to fall a ' . ; ...rrtin horse. ' Oil, mount a v-l,.. Many a man has the public-ear, p forfeited the right to wear his own. Successful love takes a load oa Length of Days Ar Berlin and Lon An the longest day has sixteen and a bail tour TAt stoctholm and Upaal, the long S ha. eighteen and a half hours, and the !horU five and a half. At Hamburg, Dant i and Stettin, the longest day has ,e n hours, and the shortest seven. At St. Ctersburgh and Tobolsk, the longest has nineteen, and the shortest five hours. At SeoFinland,,he.ongdayb ZTZhT At WandeVhotT, in Norwav the "ay faJ. from the 21st of May to the J of .I.,lv. without interruption; and P'"' and the "'the longest lasts three moutu. half. lar circumstance attending tue recove,, Suet.esUi love taaes - ... i.:. ..huraeter : and as a re- ;, ,, nur shoulders. told, ne regaineu ua vaac. -. , , i anu pu.s ii I . ' .... 5. i.:- ...... i.ritw suirennirs. bad a I ' . . ni, o loco- compense ir u. ----- .... ',...., i trst men have m L romnenso i"r u.s unni. - - - , pension settled on him for life. Ihe e lejntant 1 . i . :n r.n..i,inn ot VV arren was atterwams . Hasiln. when Governor-General of Ilindoo- stan. Popular Natural History. in tneir iVlCSl meia --- motives strong enough to nr. thoughts. We don't admire rulfl hit better have one to your shirt tha temI't,r- ..... K..t . S 1 I'll 111 lv hnnisi are very ir"- train ot hi had to your t W'u i.lean the follow- IKHALE lir.Boi".- ..wp--. ,a. .1. .. . , .. t frr.m tliaa t eltl .n,,t ai leillHie lieioi-.ii a.vi - . inj- ii' v- lue nours a.e , erThl partfoflmbans vhopassed througbJ exemp.ary husband ,s careful to keep 0 Jack Parser and Palo Pinto counties Ust . o . fl thprr wav ..w . an 'Ood l?m'rwi :.l our way to the Yafa Gate, we were tiismisseu, . w.- ;;- tne uay, i - . .- .. ouarters, pre- ly self rebuke in u.s eJC ------ , r , and were eoou . we J,und twQ or ,;and tQ llartlev, mak.ng an apu.u pared for ner. & number ul nlanners. r , . - aa:d three persons ' iu-nresented to Tt nk no more oi u, -r. rm,ities such as are u-uai.j r -- - - ----- - ,, trn and Dt-V6 a LAIU rtr;r;veler,-thfy premmg as amauu up for vaca nf course, tnat an , rr. I as.aaa a ' XT week, markinj; .uc.. -.rP and striking terror to the un in front of the residence of Mr. Kubanks, Palo Pinto county, and were holding , par ey, and no doubt forming a plan to at par.e, .. .., not a man on tack tne nouac. ---- - . . nr the nremites at the time. Mrs. Eubanks, ber daughter and several little cmiuren -e.- alone. I ' mm the. llolr City away some....-;, . .. . . - (. - cut on pear she Is aiso card cases, paper cutters l.v wood, all OtWhlell are nc.ij ajsav . The tion.' .. ... 1 T .nr'm .... , oil. toUOWeu Jtui.i - examep.eTn'd Ten 'set for' the woods. What a happy day it was. lv finished. Boys and g.r.s, than vour. OP -faU to bear away some ne heart umler 4.1 " 6 faster ward James Hartley, the l:::Znntot all that meets the bravo boy, anu u - . eye in8JeruS;iem, in detail, would more it Jan fill a volume. The traveler in a brie Uke tch, 11, V.OUH1 ai.v.. i 1 a-i c ler in a brief sketch, . , once told John G Saxe, Z, therefot..; necessarily, Ps hu 0 The yard was enclosed with pi. kets about . J . . . ... . i r.ihanlra. the SIX feet blgh. wiary i..--. . - - daughter.with un.qualed presence of Wor one so young, seize- a shot-gun, put or, her brother's hat and placed a bench near the picketing so as to peep over without expos Kg her Body, and then deliberately fired at the party, which strategem and heroic con duct doubtless saved her own life am i the . . ,1.... .nrl little brothers and llVeS Ol ner tuonaea , Bisters, as the cowardly scamps nied.ately fled, no doubt believing the bouse wa. de fended by a body of armed men. if ain.t are tempted I . .. -..,. K",TsnES. A peck measure, an old box or eartnern puv - fil ed with proper anil, and tomatoes lettaej. successful y without tue cusw . 1 liule pleasant care-and tb i pleasure seeing them burst into life, nd IJ Jepay all this, to tay notiwg .of the fun ol atiag thejaa. iVtr. rartinffton " . -,i of the spirit of seventy-six left to u a u ,amP- . ..J.r.!, Fast horses win cup. by TJ - legs. Fast men loose ijne.r -v of cups. the men who can boast tbe pos JtiaiuZfZZ varied and nume, ou. gifts are the teggars. There is a tendency in all untutored minds, and not in them alone, to consider every thing profound that is ooscure. Ove Cacse or Dtspepsia.A distm nuisheJ physician Utely announced that one E5 -V- JSZ ; because tney uae i . , able They eat alone at restaurants, and taoic. , ... ., a i..t. instead of civilited beinj.. D.,MEST.c IlArrixF.s8.-Six things. say. Hamilton, are retiuisite to create happy L -., " Integrity roust te tne "-"'. -home. inte.ri.j warmed ...llness tbe upnoisierer. sv : renewni a . . over all. fresh salubrity uay y j ---- ; as a protecting canopy , . ill suffice except me " ' Donot"iee7 noV S . . - nn'it'iit vp e . . . " tL.ngs m -" l leaTes of memory, enough turig over te teae. o at , P.v Attextios. Don't IOLl " - " - , , be aloafer,don't be called a loafer, don t keep aloafer's company, and, don't hang around folfing places1 Better 4ork hard for a he ins, all find yourself, than sit around day after day, or stand on corners with your band in your pockets. Better for yc ur own prospects. Bustle around if you would have ' i.....i inr Manv a t.bvsician anytninu "v .- bas obtained a real patient by visiting an imaginary one. A ijuire of blank paper tied imaginary une. . m ; a a .r anil a-arned under a law- Up will. leva. ti' . . yer's arm may procure bun bis first case make his fortune. Such is ihe worldto him ., . L-.i. .v. .it t tr;tn. Ou:t dronin2 and tomplaining, keep busy and nund your fliaum debiting over we - the soul with a tnou never pay ; do JfP "ethat after WiT notV good you are not ao bad . L fear, that yon have acnanceoi and therefore tnat yo - a SCpt conceTlook out from the rum lock up to Him who haaukenyourdebu j upon bis own shoulder.. We should not envy that mans feeling, who could see a leaf wither, or a flower fall, without a slight feeling of regret. If an empty parse could speak, what lova like spVould it make 7-m Youll find no change tn me. To most men experience is like the ttern- ! lights of a .hip, which illnme only the trac it bas passeu. v. ....... nr. alaava understood: she is . I sometimes making poetry, when we think she is only making weeds. torn sol No man is happy without ..kin aw &a f tM at rta-e al.l-.wfO or ceo salary ta '4 of 11s ha u( 1 !.