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MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1881. VOL. 76. 3904. NO. 44. lw dvcrjiatmcnts. ricuUnral $eyiirLfticnt. Ash-ToniC tuil nd Fnnctlontl Eeramtnt aUendAnl tipoD DrhWUr. In 1-2 lh, bolUj,15 euiti.' Slx IoU.cit,fi. AecrlUdFJiyiliIniaaJClQiiTinm oppllcdUhDotueedliJf ilxbotllof itnnu( lhe reUIlrtloAtinoDejrta leeampiinyarilcr. 6cld fcr DruntiU Bnd by DB.rjriT A Pcj-BUUewYark T. II. IIOSKINf), AftrlcnUnnil Kt.ltor. astoria-35dosCs TAURlNIMENT nr fffcta npon Mu or IJeuL ' VEGETINE TIIK OOLDKN OUAIN. Tbe fcrftln ! the graln I tfift beAiittf nl gritln I How It UiiKim to Ui0 brw wlth A RlM reirain, lUwlng lhe famlnhlng Mrth ln lier pftln, Mftklng lifmmllA wlth gle. Uftlng ln prtlM fcl. brlnht, goldr n crown, Aa It drlnkn tha dw the PUiir ctinlii down, Courtlng nun'i wariii lovrr-llke frowo, Rrturnlng lt nlHngl.r. The grln I the grfcln I U twnutlfiil ohetTei t A ong of Joy tholr runtllnft wmtm, r'or Ui grafton gltl thnt the Mrth rplM, OlTcn inoft royaily. I'rom everj hillsltle, every C'omeii the fanner'a ftonn M he rrape the graln i And the gratle brw? wfln on the nlraln, ln wllilnt h&nnony. lle ponni or the Mttli hH tr1n.n.liig horn, Tbl the VA.leys mhj langti nrirl ntng wltli corn, Wlilie Hopo, wlth lier tfeftl.i-trai.re, tliw nw lorn, The brlghUr tlayfl to we. Large and Smnll Fnrmlng. We are favored witli a f riendly letter from Mr. Sanborn o tlie New Harapihire Agri icultural College in reply to ourrecent crltl cism of hts address on " Krtenfilve Farraing Ifor Profit" As wo Btippoaed, Mr. Sanborn had no reat intentlon of attacklng "small farma well Ulled." Ho saya, "I have not re-read wy artlclo eubject to your frieudly criticism, but know that my intent was and is to object to stnall operations,notsomuch Pnrifipq thp Rlnnrl Rpnnvntes t08mal!farm8' A 8ma11 farm may carry a -o v j i i- had in mlnd small fanus witli slaple crops. Thofact 1s, Mr. Sanlorn meana to urge tbe runnlng of a farm, larga or small, " for all it is worth." I'oor meadows, small tillage crops, botli in yield and arca, and poor paj turage are all rulnous to the owner, and Mr. Sanborn deslres to sliow that large areas may betilled witli improved implcments and by the uie of coinrnercial fertllizers so aa to make Kew Kugland farmlng busincas-llke and increaalngly profltable. In tliia our readers know that we areheartily with him. N'or does he disagree witli U9 in regard to the necessity of our farmera proportioning these efforts to their capital in raouey and knowledge. But he believes that with the same capital, united to ltioro courage and energy, vastly greater reaul U oan be achieved. He says, " I believe in largo efforts j tis the drift of the day. I see you say (speaklng Tlionnimls ' e decline in New X.aglaud farming) and Invigorates the Whole System. AI.Ij WKITKUS. nud TIIIMIt N.VMKN AUE U:IO., SAY THAT TO HAVE (1001) HHAI.TII YOU HUST HAVE PURE BLOOD Reader, Have You Got Scrofula, Scror ulous Humor, Cancerous Humor, Cancer, or Any Diseaso of the Blood? Ymi t'an l'osltitely bc Curril. nf ToNtlmoiilnls Prove II. 'Mr. Sanborn attributes lt entlrely to small fartns.' lty no meani, but rather to small working1) of those farma. You make the point that the capital 1s not always at band, yet this fact doea not touch the questlon of the need. It strikes ine that the more you think of it the more you will conclude that VMIKTINK Ift uiM'lflf-xrliiNlvely from tlm J'llrMOf rarp- fiilly-ivlf rle.1 Imrkii, rit antl IhtIik, rikI ho Mronitly ron rviitmtnl llut It Htll IT.i'ttmlly prHcllcala from tliflnyRtetn .vry Uint nf Hcmrulil. Hcroflllolis lllilltur, TU' ll.ur.. Cniit'fr. Uniirvriiii. llniiMir, Kry.lp.lAii, riiitn. nt the Nioiuacii. ni .u iiwwi tiut wnno smau iarms may nave given a ceriain ari. itom imimra i.iuc.0. SrUtirn, lniiiiiiimfury strongth and wealth to Krance as a whole, ainl Uhroiita Illif iitiiaUam, Nenriilelii, lont aml ..... ... . , ... si.liml o.iinplnliita. ran uniy i rffe.iu.iiy mml yei io ine lnuiviuuai r rencn larmers n nas tlimiili tlie blu.nl. For Ulrer. aml Krupthn Diaim.e. of tlie Hkin, ruttulea. l'iniplna. Itlnlrli.., Itutl.. TeUpr. anl SrnMlieail aml IthiKWmiu, VK1IK1 1.NK lian npver fHklttl to effm't a M'iiiiaurnt For lHln. Iit tlie Itnrk. Klilnry Cmiiplallita, Ilrnpy. Feiimle Wmknen.. I.puroriliii'Hi arlfl. tiiK Iroin laurnal oWraliim, aml ulrrine (Uhpummi aml (lelirrul Drbllltr, VMIKflM: aU tllnilly nion tlie ranHaof tlitw comiiUlnu. Utnvluoratni aml atrenitllienfi tlie Hliole nyntein.ai'U uon tlierrrrttlve oniAiiM, allay. in tlaniiiiaUoii, riirva ulceratlon anl trgulatril tlie lw tu. For Cnturrli, Ity.prixln. Ilaliltnal Un.tl. tit..., l'MUMIntimi or him il.ari, iiia.lHrii, l'llra. N'rrvouane... aml (Irnrral l'roatratliilt of th ntiii. Hyatein. no iiittiHiie tm. ever givm I use of improved lmplemenU and purchated e VFHKriSF.. lt imrlflen f,..,. , T.t..ir . r uiBiAsau ul mu ouiua ul wi u, been contracting in various other uuhappy ways." This is all no, yet we still thiuk it ii bet- ter, aa a mle, for every f armer to " cut bis coat accordlng to his cloth." Yet ho ought not to make a coat so small that he cannot wear it. Mr. Sanborn and we perfectly agree, then, that, let the farm be one of few or many acrei, those acres should all be made to yield a full and profltable return Mr. Sanborn goes in for far more tillage, made both possible and profltable by the miih perfrtt antlnfaitloii afl tlie VFIlKflN'F.. lt imrlnen IIih lilooil. cleniiHea all of tlie orKAnn, aml iioHnmM'H I'on trollliiu Miwer over Itie nervouH nyiU'liii Tlie remarliable rnree tftertM liy VEHF.TISF. Iiave ln ilui'Hl inany .ti) Hlcl&nH amt aiotliecarlre whoni w. know Ui uiciHrltw aml nnn lt In tlielr owr. famtllra. 1 n fart, V K( F. f I S K 1 tlie limt miie.ly yet illnroveml for tliealioteUi.-aHm,aml la tlieonly rellalile 11I.1M1I l'U- Itll'IKH yet lilacfil liefore tlie imlilli. fertilizers. fire acrea of potatoea aud a few acres of small grain, he would have the average New Kngland farmergrowlug from tii to twenty acrea of oorn, with proportlonal other tilled cropa. Ile would carry a full stock of ani mali of good and profitab'ebrecda, and feed them well enough to educe all the profit tbere is iu them, utlng feeds that will uot only supply the animal wants, but will alao girearich mauure. This raanure he would use in a way to get all the profit there is in it, and so on. He knows that tliia kind of H. R. STEVENS, BoStOIl, MaSS. fming takea capital, but he al,o declarea ' ' that a good deal of energy and study will make a small capital adequate to uiucli agaln.t poond more valuable. Tlila i ft Colonel Sellem' quMtloii. lllerally "mltllon. In lt," and ot yaatljr more Importance than tlietools orao cPMorlm to IU trlafii. In tlie pollcy and methods ol IU (atm oropplngi, tlie New Kngland hlatorlc pollcy ot mnalUieaa well tilled, has beenaban donetl tor brnad areas well tilled, Involvlnjr tlie ue ot capital, ctiemlralt, farm meclianlatn, ngalnat tiand fnetlioda, and the purchaae ol ricb raanure fooda. 1 hee the farm has liad to earn. Tn Kenerallte, the tarra eiperlments have cont .wi to sJO annually! S70U to wju nave ueen put mto permanent lroproTerai'nni, iw.uty..i cattle have become fitty, lncladlne fontteen pure brcd Onrhams, and lx pure-bred Ayr.hlrcs. A llock ol sljty sheep and lamba, montly pore CoU wold, has licon obtalnedj S423 addltlonal liorjc lleah has beon bonglit; waKon, harnesaes, dalry and a (nll llne ot farm toola have lieen added, to the amount ot nenrly $1,000; elghteen hundred btMhrla of aaliea, Sliooln clieralcals, large amounts ol manure foods have been pnrchasedi over S200 eipended In paature Imiirovements. Where I found twelve acres ol hoed and graln crops 1 now have filtv.two to liatvest; oals atandlnit flve to flve one-lialf feet hlgh and eood for elghty bnah els per acre, barley tor flily tmnhels. Where thlrtv arre. nf frrA.a wnnld cut flfteen to elcbteen tons we aliall now cut seventy ton. Mycrltlcs saw Rrass that In eleven acres will cnt forty.four tnna ln two crniM. three tons belnz welshed for firet crop per acre. l'erhaps one ot the largent Items Is In our fatted soll, fromwhlch the revenne is to come In the fnture. Towards theae bllls I haverecelved 81.0.VI from tlie trustees. Tlieiie facts I sutiralt not tor parade, but as evldence tuat our larm aoes not rneni unnuniuieu nuu swceplng critlclara. I may be allowed to add that college larms are not necessarlly plts for pnbllc moneys. Trcc l'cdlarg. lleferrlng to our arttcle " Too True," O. S. K. of Coos county, New Hampshlre, says lt causea him distresa to think that nursory men have sometlmes to burn ttp good treea for want of sale for them. That is one of the disagrccablea of the trade, certainly, but lt is irupossible to know, three years ahead, how many treea oue'a customers may call for, and the penalty of an overstock la so many to go to the brush heap. We would never have really needcd to burn up nursery stock if we had been willlng to job tiie treea off to pedlars. liut that class of tnen (with few honorablo exceptlons) get their trade by such exaggeratlon aud falaehood, and hesl tate so little to label every tree with a name that will suit the buyer, that we prefer to burn surplua stock rather than to let lt go into their liands. Thefaultin betng cheated s aa much with the buyers as the sellers. They expect too much, and tbua tempt the seller to promlse them more than can be realized. A, man fit to buy treea and set an orchard ought to have so informed himself aa to be able to judge of the truth of the Btatcmenta made by pedlars. In fact he ought to know enough not to buy of pedlars at all. Hut raost of the trees sold by the pedlara would not be bought if they did uot come and coax and ilatter up a trade by their skill in talking. To form a plan to have an orchard, to study the subject, find oul the best plan to buy and send or go for the treea direct to a nursery, indicatea man of more intelllgence and firmneaa of character than those who patronize the pedlars. Tho customers of the tree pedlar are uien and woinen who before he came had no intentlon of buying trees. When he ia gone they are sorry they gave the order. When the treea are delivered and the pay called for they are crosa about it. When the treea are theira they tiaually leave them leaning against the woodshed a week, and then dig a little hole in the grasa and atick them in. What may grow are not protected from cattle, mice, caterplllars or borera neither are they mulched, manured or pruned. Consequently they never amount Ui much, and the pedlar (whose shoulders are constructed for the purpose) takea all the blame. The real businesa farmera who have an intelligent purpose in buying trees, do not buy of pedlars. Ilut there are not enough of these to make the businesa of growing good trees very profltable. grubs. A tablespoonful of tho oll to two gallons of water is the rulo for tender planla j for liardy onea it will be necessary probably to have lt of greater strongth. Aa the com pound doea not mix readlly, it needa to be thoroughly atirred, and then qulckly ap plled. The best way la to draw it back and forth a few tlmea in a syrlnge, and then apply. Tiik Ai'ina. The Apbla or green louse is the one that most freriuently Infesta our planta, and the rapidlty with whlch it mul- tlpliea is astonlshlng. lleaumer has proved that ln flve generatlons one Aphla may be the progenltor of slx thouaand mllllons, and there may be ten generatlona ln a yearl The method raost generally adopted for their destructlon is fumlgatlon with to. bacco. Aa this la attended with consider- able dlfficulty, a weak eolutlon may be used nuite aa cffecttvely. We have had no expe rlence with elther method, havlng used another with cood success for several years, This is white hellebore, whlch we usually apply in the powder when tho rose-bushes are wet with dew or raln, bondlng the branches over, so that the applicatlon can TIIK ANdKI. )P I-ATIKNUK. llenlde th. tollaome way Iionely and ilark, by fmlu amt flowera onbleit, WMch my worn feet tread .adty day by day, Longlng In valn for mt, An angel aoftly walk. With rale, awect fare, and eyea raat meekly down. The wlille from wlthereil leayea aml flowerleM aulki Stie weaTe. my fltllng crown. A iweet and pallcnt grace, A look of flrm endnrance, tru. and Irleil, Of mfferlnif meekly borne, reu on lier faefr- 8o pure. io storlfled. Aml wlien my falhtlnn lieart Heepoml. and tnnrmnrs at IH adverae fate, Tben qulctlr tbe angel'a brlicbt lln. part, Whlniierlnii aoftly, " wait r " Tatlence I" alia aweelly aalth " Tli. Fatber'a merde. never oome too late Ulrd the. with palletit itrenntli amt ImRtlng fallli , And firra endaranc walt I' Annel.bebold.I waltl Wearlng the tborny crown throngll all llfe'a lioura, Walt tlll th. hand phall open Ui. eternal gale, And change tha tborna to flowera. arteclM. Tho Lonr: Prnycr. or in them that mtnlster ln lt, but from the blesslng of Christ and the worklug of his Splrit in them that worship iu lt. So may lt bo ln all comlng tlme, to the glory of the f atner and 01 ine son and 01 tne noiy Uhost." Two I'nlrg of Fctters. Klchtv years ago a flerce war raged in tndla between the Kngllsh and Tlppoo Sahib. On one occa'lon several Knirlisfi of' flces were tnkeu prlaoners ; among tbem waa one named Ilalrtl. One day a native officer brought ln fetters to put upon the prlaoners, woundcd not oxcepted. llalrd had been severelv wounded. and waa suflerlnir from paln and weaanoa. A gray nairea omcer sald to the native official, "You do not think of puttlng chalns upon that wounded man t " " rnero are just aa many paira 01 fettera as there are captlves," waa the an awer, '-and every palr mnst bo worn." " Then," sald the noble officer, " f ut two paira onmol 1 will wear hla as well aa my own. This waa done. btrange to aay, MAlrd llved to reain his freetlom lived to lake thatclty; but his noble friend dled in prison. Up to his death he wore two palrs of fettersl llut what if he had worn the fettera nf all ln the nrison ? What if. in stead of tieinrr a cantlve himself. ho had quitted a glorious palace to llve ln their VVltlTK. Wrlutotne veryofteni Wrlt. to me very eoon ltlen to me are dearer Than the loyeliefit flower. In June. They are afrectlon'. lorchee. Th. Ilaht of frlendnblp'a latnp, Fllttlng around the hearttrlng t.lke freeh flre-fllM In tlie damp. Wrll. io m. very often t .Wrlt. Io the early morn, Or at th. cloee of evenlng. When all th. day Is gone. Hraw np th. Ilttl. tabte Cloes to the fire and wruei Wrlt. to ln. ln Ui. mornlng, WrH.Ujinelleatnllit. Wrll. to me very often ) Itten are llnk. that blnd Trne heart. to on. another, Fetlertng mlnd to mlml, UlTlngtoklndredlplrlU Lantlng and tru. dellxbt. If you would etrengthen frtenilflhlp, Keyer forget to wrlte. Ieavcs where the pesta are round. iwo or Yaledivinity school: "In sneaklng of tt three times provea sufiicieut. For our houae maln or long prsyer, let me givo a few hln planU we usually make a solutlon, by pnt- B?tra'" YiLi i, .,, i,,ivj, ?. ca finglt long, take good care that lt nev Summer Worrjlng, "I am Inditrnant at such weather." we loathsome dungeon, to wear their chalns, to I"rd a lady oxciaim, the other day. Ilut bear their strirws, to suffer anddlefor them, when you think of lt, Is lt rlght to feel thuj that they mlght go free, and free forever t about the weather V It is the one thing brlng her back ?" sald I. Oh no," langhed Julla. " Aunt Frilchle waa standlng at the wlndow, noddlng and smiling to the troops, who were gathered all about her, and when I came the said, ' Chlld, hand me my fiag ! you'llflndlt in my lliblel"' In between the pages that llarbara read daily, the "sllken scarf " was folded; a little llag of twlstcd sllk, not two feet long. It wa noton a staff, so llarbara waved it like a handker chief. The throng increased, the men would noi movo on; tut, Droasing ranKs, were crowdlng around her wllh, " Why, mother, how are you ?" " Hurralt for 70 1" " Let's shake handa, grandmother," etc. At tbls momeni trenerai lteno came up at tne liead of his brigade ; the picture met his eye the crowded artillery, the banners, horses, aworda, musketa and men, and ln the mldst, the verltable "old gray head," with lta smooth white cap, the folded muslln over tne oreaat now lieattng wtth young hcart throbs, the bent figure in the black gown. Ile relned ln his horse before her. " And how old is grandmother ?" sald he. Some one replied, " Ninety-six." "Ninety-sixl iiaiti ihree cneers for the loyal grand mother I" Aahout went un that had some sound ln lt; the general dismounted, entered tne little nouse with one ol his ald, snooK handa with llarbara, waa seated, and ln a few moments the old laily waa pourlng him out a glasa of wine of her own making. (Jood-by waa spoken, and the troops passed on ; but nearly all that day the aged figure A corresrjondent of Ztm'i Iferald glves the followine renort ot Dr. N. J. Ilurton'a lie made chleflv ou the under slde of the , 1.1. i (. ' v,r, iun .t.innia nf leavcs where the pesta are found. Two or Yale divlnlty school : " In sneaklng of the Frienduch a thinB tuu been done. " There wh'h beyond others lt la entlrely out of our culd l een cheering the panlng soldiera ' 1- 9e God and.onelledlator between God "'V W rS tL Un odeTJ Hnrr .alf fln m,n,A nf lh hpllfihora into Vtt "UB ?.-.a." V.V.r hlmsell a ransom lor all." ..m... - i tf lontr. ooou aicer i eiiLBreu mo luiuintry pretty warm wator and letting lt fttand for nprprnl hnnria. fiHrrlniTlt nn. hnwever. before U II I . .." .1 l' i I I ipraying the leavea. Afterward, the planta casions, even vuirty m ju , . m ... need to bo waahed. n. -nmm.rielnir to reform. I felt the force of habit aa well as the lorce ot my VEGETINE! -rRKr-AKlD BT- Veircllno Is Snld by All linigirliK ducHliatjftl. GODDARD SEMINARY, Barre, Vermont. FitllTinii iHjlns Wixliieflilrir, Autcunt S4th. ruuiiix, rUlt)giifT or ntlier Inforuintiuii, HiblrfM W-iil HKNUY I'KIKST, 1'rii.rl u). Barre Academy, IIAItlti:, VHIUIONT. A nrnt-rlanN Sltlng arlioul for ti.)tli eezeH. Tbe thlrtleth rholiutli! year will beuln THUKSDAY, AUtltJST .T, IK8I. Srlld for I'alllogll. to tw-117 A. .N..WIIKl:LOCK, I'rlnclpal. Ilarre, VI. Essex Classical Iiistitute OPKNS AU(iUST 30, 1881. A llrHt tl ua flulnu iu houl ftr colltt;nt for either mi, for buUn or for ItMctilng. Only ti(liw.Ml( tlii.ruilichlj' mttttl.ilai.fx! Aclciny ln Chlttcuilen Cuunly, KorciiU- Itwnf or Infunnntlon, lul.lrvnn WII.I.IAM A, DKKKINtl, Kniwx Virmonl, All rxiwniieri low, (Jl-OHU AAoihjohIov -A.cndeiiiy., A Bdtool of 11 ia flrnt irtnlt for the iiropAraUon of young nru uir twirn, m nitiCAi m iuhiii, or Itir iiiiNiiiraa. ablfl frtciittv. niiniirtnl PHtlri.lv ) nnilii wiuint. Ihlli li ItiK llin bt-rit of InntrucUon aml llie IwiHt eiwnwj to tiidenM, YuilDil lilun nt nurriMut imriLiaa tml llinlli.il nuwnl. itrwirtiiu ft UlM-rHl tliication, will Im ttlilol by grutiittleii. ln amount iiiiut twwiw more uian-uirjanniim.iiy, jjKuia Auniirn ju, W tM M, I.KAVKS WOllTK. A. M I'rlDcli!. Green Mountain Seminary Waterbury Center, Vt. Yftl Tftiu beglna Aiiint 3t, I'rhtrljmt, CoiirnHi of Btnilr vinlrtmt llfnt lb t ComiiiBri'lJ U. KSU ? ll.ri.tMl. l-.i.i,k lf.K Ihuil liianv i.ll.rr a. k Hil ..Ti.ll ?rinlH. HtinlfiiW will Im oonvfveit.rriw of rliwx'i to tvnil roiu ilt-iiot t Waterbury, at llm WhIiihIiiii n'l rloHti ot mvU tfnii. n Rpl'tli-utluri, AiMrww lt'V, H, fi CIIUKCII, Wainrliury uur, or, for tlm .ireatMit, rrlucnml, at lilil. Jw nttiiiiniiiirr, uu-v. NORMAL SCHOOL .roliiiNon, Aroi'mnit. larger results that have lieretofore been thought possible. Iu all this he is heartily in accord with us, and we with him. The great amount of space we have given in the post two years to the question of cheaper fertllizers bears dlrectly upon this point "Extensive farming" upon purchased fer. tlllzers can only be made to pay by knowing all about these fertilizers, what they are made of, how they are made, what the raw material, the manufacture, and the freight ought to cost, and, beyond all that, how these fertilizers can be fed out to the cropa with the best profit and a contlnually traprovlng farm. Every farmer should work to lntorm himself fully liere, and also in regard to new implementa and methods taklng the place of the old " maln strenglh and awk wardness," and enabllug one man with a team to do ten men's work. Ilere is the great chance for improvemeut, and Mr. San born is an apostle of these thlngs. Nor doea he merely stand polntlng the way. Ile marchea in the van of this very progress whlch he preachea. The farm of the New Hampshlre college, under his managemeut, Is no show farm. llaving been criticlsed on that point, ho defends himself and etatea his positlon in a vigorous letter to the lloa ton Journal, from which we make the fol lowing extracta Tlie fnnn tioliov. it. ezneriuieut work. rrons aud remilt, tlie all-hnportaDt factora, are Igaored, and the .tandard ol the beautlful or orderly ramen, ny wnicii io mraKure ine utiiity 01 tn r... IU..I k r..n. o tt.ln fn nll I n iiet ldeal of the nvidel atate farm by the imhilc, iu taii ueiow im. taeai t. io iook comruon, even uieau. iiiiatarmtH aeaignettiy run on tne cfira merrlal banla, The aliow farm tesclies nothtng, It mav loetilre tlie few who aee It. An ezuerl inetit farm In lta ordlnury croiiploga, u.Idi; the i'l"clilp' and fact.irj (viiipull tl to iiiaxlmum nct roimit., perloriiiH a duniire iihu-eiur tne iuuuy, Uue rritlo ubMervo. that rcores of farm barn. are more tldy. I know of ncoreri wlioae bulldloga coit more than tliote ot tlie college farm and the llne large farm counfcted. and wlioae labor blll fnr tlie heautlful ln farmlug alone eiceeds our yeariy grons lanor mu. A. every oue lia. lil. own etaudard of what U tldy. orderly or beautlful. It I. nrceioutry to know that of the critlc In order to know whetber tlilngn here are what 1. implled reallv sloveuly. 'Ihat 1 cauoot know, Thua I COLIRSE OF STUDY REVISED. r,... First Year Preparatory. Second Year Professional. Tlifl Fall Term hega Uie ilrnt Tiif.Jay Iu .,. ,.,111 Ua. ll.,Vlll, oeua lur one. KIIWAItll IKtNANT. I'rlnnl V, U CJ!tUlKNt Vl ITlutliml. toliDaon, veruiont, Junv. Iwl, St. Joliiisliury Acailemy St. Johnsbury, Vt., frriM TUI IDVANTAOKI OF t'trtl Ixtnatlon ln a vtllaice wldnly releliratAl for thn tnutiiut-wf. puuiia itnm ana nooti morau 01 iw ihxili, Hh-omJ-K limlllirul iltnation. Very fuw nwta of url oua i.iutiM liav for yer oocurrwl lu iol.ool, anl Kriuit lma aiti ixun UiAl iu lapiuiry ouuuuou way ixj irrtri, Thtrtl -Klna tolMtngTt, amle aiparatui aml cablunti, aml a giHxt gyumaJluui. 'onrlA A larm iwrmauerit (ioriof lontruclori. Hveii of llm Umlwi Imvwotieujiittd tlivir iirwtuit jmalUyin from flvu to ln yer acti. V'A-H'urou.h luHtrurtlon Id every tlp.iarlruenl, ,Siilh l. Joimitbury Attmiia'iiio, with a librarr or tn ttiourjtvittl voliimet, acunuilltl9 dally, antl a tlioto. Art (ial- lry o)iii twloD wwLly, AcpexiA-C'iliure tlit alnu at tha formatlun ot ClirlUn rharafiHr, ( Thrn claaet in Harlmoutk Cvtlw ItJ Oit latt year iraJttittt of ia.i ichoot, Fall Term beirlns Auust 0, 1881. Yor CaUloKua omUlDliig courwa of tludy, au4 for ottw. u.iuiuAvUuu,auily tu WHA . T. FUI.I.KIt, I'rluclirMbl, buxen clcao. ataljlet. nwent and MUerad with mTmb. ier jor oaorn, utrn inmt ciean, aoom up. lence Uutrdn nailed, do stickH. ntuDen or uther tnaterlalii iinK aroiiou locwe auy wnere aitout llie buliaingi ut farin, tooln all tn place, with tho dlrt Blmiuj lirooined o(Tt butuu Bcourlng, Neatlve virtuen are alono viitlklQit tocondemn a college (arin, and tbua we are placed uorier the udi.Ioms unt necentity of elvlni; a rottume, very brieily, of the nltuation at the bcirliinluz of the t.rneni. nearly tlve yeara' manKftnent( IU pollcy and re- iuiu. itiouna iwemy-iiveeraaeauj nathecattle, and oue pure-brod tmll calh exceptlue cartn. ub- ntantlally notoola; twelve acre ofsround undor uiiHKe, 01 iia neveniy-i.ve arauie; tiurty acrea of me rvmaiuuer cuiiiuk irom nueen io eignieen touiof liayj fencen and mlnor inattern npedinn luuiiedlateoutlay, from whlch no revenue could be expected Kot a doltar waa on hand or to be devutetl to the farm. except lu net revenue after paylot; lta own bllln, lt waa ln a cood poltlou to attDiupt to khow to our ntruKullnK liunbandry that the factorn of ttuccena are at tlie coiumand of the New Kuglaud farmer, lta energle and reHourcea have bfcen devoted to tliN puntoite, and tlie more Iruportant one of aearchlut! lor prlnclplea that underlie farm operatlonit, aa lt liati been made an experlinent nlatlou, YYtthout fuuda, thU double work lian abuorbwl f unda und eltorta, and the more Immedlate credltof the nuperliclal t'llt Iu farmloe waa lxnorod, the accenorlen belnc ln Oouiinon drean, An ao experlment ntatloo lt ima puuiHiiea ueariy uiiy pawrHOi ltn nve yeanr con tluuoua exieriuient work. rnont of whlcb have re- celved general quotatlon Iu tliln country and aouewliat abroad. Une jnatance wtll illuntrate tlie Importauce of aoiue of them. The hay crop oi ine vuumrj u Niimaitu lor lai f ai -il.lfcn,-IkV). Men of vcleuce and practlce auree that hay jfrowa little, lt auv. nfter blooin. and llut tt grown I noticed that some clereymen prayed fif- teen, twenty, and, on sulTiciently august oc- iour TIio Trarclfir'n rsalm. Cnt-Worms. 1). T. A. of Northfield. Vermont, wlshea Do you know that ono of the raalms ts II TV,oi rVnr.aUm lJalm 9' Wr.nr. tt.i VRIIOU 1 IIU Allll DICI O X OOIIU . II UUM JUU I . , f . - p are coing to take a long journey, when you sometnmg ot an lnierrupuon. 1 ime at a uythe rallroad or sea, I advlse you to seaside or mountain notel la wortn lta welgnt the word, " A flower on the UnloriBide ltaa Lord aends, and they who are wise adopt fallen. The brave Keno, respected by both the comfortable philosonhv of the shepherd ames ailke, waa Klllea at boutn JMountaiu ln of sallaburv 1'laln, and conalder wnatever " uugageineni, wnose oetaiis ot nerce con weather comoa tho beat they could posaibly Kt will never be fully known." bpnng have. Ul courae a ralnyspeil wnen ons iirpuwirai. haa dlstlnctlv set out on a pieasure tour ls Uolmppy Homes. lorceotnaDit aa weu as tne lorce ot my g0 by the rallroad or aea, I ailvise you to seasme or mountain novei.swortaiH we.gnt i acoulltry of the east the bride and decp Interest In the mlghty themes and thnk of the Traveler'a I'aalm-the one hnn- in gold, and when the winda are co d and hde,,,,, et a ntilnce tosether to sweeten blessings of prayer. The moment I closed dred and twenty.first Let us all look at it. 'he verandas wet, and the gamut of indoor tnelr,'breatll, v'hat a pity that all bridea my eyea, ttme waa cneap. isni i ineu n is beautlful-all aliout taklng a journey. occupauons nas ueen conscienuousiy gone ftnd Brooms coul(J not ca 80-me sort ot rul, tn lrnniv nf i a rAmptltr fnr llm rftvflrrpn nf flin I n.snliii. l.n tha wot.ti Vint. In .nttji nf pvprr. I r !-. , , , i 1 thmtirrh. tliarn pnmM n NPn.A nf nrpArlni... I . j j i . vr " uy vwiioni are jeaving yuur uuu.e, uu -r"o; : ; .v v. wnose tragrancewouldremamtomake Inem brown worm (the same that cuts down thing, fifteen rainutes or more would be ytm haTe amiiy prayers before they go which is unknown to people at home. Many sweet.voicBei and sweet-terapered all their youngcornstalka)amongstrawberryplanta." gono. I then made up my mind toomlt aWay in the mornlng, you should reaJ this o us i, too v are something like Mra. loys in Wiiat a pity lhat aiifhe newly.wed- i, i i i ,,' , many things whlch really belong to a church pdalm 0r f any fr ends of youra are go ne our secret hearta, and do not enjoy a holl- A A , , , r-E1'iwlr ,h.i frnm it. an. Ile .ayahe knowaofnone except todig 1.1m ' f0? the sake 0 getting through, to take' tt jouraL Blve them or readfhe day a., we ought. You have not forgotter. c0 ITerised the vn gar S out and kill him. We have never had any ju9t aa a man loada hla ships with three this I'salm ! "I will lift up mine eyea unto how pithlly she expressed her opfnlon? hate, whllo from the sweeUempered grapes trouuie witn cut-worms amongst strawocr- tnousana tons wmcu no rau uiuaa uo tne htlls, from whence cometn my nelp. wy 1 u ' ; "J w.um uy o kndaes3 9 dj3tMed the wine of riea, und would hardly think that they could destroy a plant with such a tbick, hard, with, iuste.nl of ten thousand to go to the bottom. "liut I found tnat 1 tooK ucense to enlargo more on my fewer items tlll they tocether than one 0' these nleasurin' davs. TEere's no work so tlrin' as danglin' about, ual bllss. perpet- Look at that man who has just woody crown. The greatest pest of the expauded to ten thousand tons. In the strawberry bed is the largo white grub with blisa of amplification I took no note of time ; a red or brown head. Theae, however, (aa n,a WJ&1 s onssiui aa ampiincauou . ,, . , ... Then I got a pbouographic reporter to take well aa cut-worms) are worst on newly . T oM 8Je what j had turued sod, and disappear, mostly, in land been about those ten or fifteen mlnutes, for long ln tillage. Like our friend A., we have II could not understaud what meanderings never found any remedy for this, or the cut- had led me bo long. I recognized my foot. " ... I i.lnnn niH siAAil n nniiirlAiaH cinnnr 'I hlli nntnt il Kdnn and " snlithinrr " "u" " . w foot to be moved ; he that keereth thee will fnd not rlght y snowln what you re go n hU feet at"the doori wh a ,t he c'ou,3 help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and eartb. Ile will not suuer thy fnnt. tn lm hiiwmI' nn thaf lrpnrmflt thpA m not slumber. Ilehold, he that keepeth Israel to do next, an' keepln' your face in smilin' t hl9 h t before ho opens the sha 1 neither slumber nor sleep. The I)rd oratn . se a grocer o aay, tor tear dooIi Thera much dirt and de-flielnent ls tliy feeeper: the ljrd ls tny stiade upon w; V, f"u"8'v thy right hand. The sun shall not smlte Mr. Howella, ln 1 his dainty ashlon, has writ thee by day nor the moon by nlght. The ten att the drawbacks of a day a pieasure CAUUiaiuU) DuuniHK i.iiciu nim iiiui i.ntL' worm, thera. C'rows dig them, occaaionally. Wo believe that toada eat a good many cub worma ln the nlght, when they are traveling over the surface from one plant to another. Thus I connuered. aud broueht mvsilt within proper limits, so that ten mlnutes ia my maxirnum swlng. Not that I can condense ln ten mlnutes all that should be in a com. mon nraver. I do not tl.ua condense in deference to the cowardly notiou that the Toad-sheltera, made by laying a heavy plece ewsr,aner article ia the model of every. of plank on lupports an inch or two hlgh, thinc. Tho fact is. the nlneteenth century n ao DnT.litt.ra nna oan hava a.wMit. c.an't, nrav more tnan ten mlnutes or so. lt Lr,1 T1,b toad Boon lake tnisesslon CRn keep lta head down longer than that, his doing. Satan will do his best to say a garden. The toatN aoon take possesslon miuutes raenta, 6X. peace j,... whe there l3 n0 jt Ird shall preserve thee from all evil , he shall preserve thy soul. 1110 i.ird shall pre serve thv trointr out and thv comlntr in from 11113 11 me lortn. ana even iorevermore. This l'dalm may be called " The Traveler'a 1 daira, uecause lt waa written ior tnose who are taklng a journey." lUuitrated Chr'ulian Weekly. Whcro Aro Your Slns? When the IIolv Ghost stlrs un a l.eart to feel uneasy it ts very solemn, because lt ls of them, and at nlght destroy a vist quan tity of inaects without injury to auy crop, Toada are our favorlte bird. ercisea are of a character not profltable to is very nolemn, because it results either in veiled irony whichls more delightful that lt repreaenta experiencea which most of us nave Bnarea. rret we, or inme we, or taae i,,i,, rrt,ia we our hot or our cold days pleasantly, it ?'T ,?Me' raakes no dltlerence to the sun. ilere we are in the summer solstice, and presently the fervid raya will rlpen the corn, and pur- ple the cluster, and sweeten the juicea of the apple and pear. Why worry at surn- mer 1 v ny not accept 1 ts uiesseunesa witn serenity and gladness ? And do let us use common-3ense and cultivate calmnesa, and even languor, when the skiea are tropical. 1 o dnve alieai with the task whlch jNovem- ber will find an easy one, when July ia pour on his heart aa on his boots, and tlie effecta will be far more senous. Jheseltlib, sonlld, cross, lll-ternperel, pitiful little soul. His devoted wife dare not ask him for a dollar. She wonld rather have a tooth pulled any tlme. Ile is always grumbling. Ileisa erowler. Ile thinks the world waa made for him, and wondera it waa not made bigger on his account. Ile ls l.ke an old lie bear that goea snarling after the lnother bear, and if she chance to drop the little cub that she is tugging alone in her moutli, ne glves tne toutng creature a grim ana ugly bite. I saw just such an old llruin near Salt I.tke once. A husband and wife emerged from tbe car. She was loaded down with tbe baggage and hia overcoat, and bo was bustling along hurrying lier up le.it she fall to catch the train. I wauted to inter- Horse Ilrsedlng. A correspondent of tho Jlome Farm, re- plylng to criticism 01. a prevlous communi. cation, saya: "I did not condemn 'qulck 8teppers ' but I claim that tlie breeding of trotling colta and puttlng them in sbape to sell for trotters, is too costly and too uncertain to be entered into by commou farmers. No one disputea that thousands of dollars have been brought into Maine for fast horses, but amoug the whole how many common farm era in tbe Btate for the past ten yeara have sold a horse on account of speed, for $300 ? The jockeys aud Bpeculators buy up the promising colta and get the big prices. And the farmer will think he can do the same with any colt that has a trottlng pedigree, and will Bpend all the way from three to ten hundred dollars in tbe attempt, and sell out for about 3125. Now I will call attention to an item in the Ilome Farm, April 30 'American dealera purchased nearly three huudred horses ln Montreal last week at cost of $2S,000, and shipped them acrosa the llno.' American dealers are not the only men who go to Canada for heavy horses, Farmers, teamors and lumbermen from this glorious trotling state go there for horses to work on their farms, aud pay prices that make lt profltable to ralse them, while these little hopefuls whlch have cost more and are not worth half as much, are left eatlng their owners out of house and home. When were three hundred fast horses or any other horses, except ln war time, sold in the wbole of Malne ln a single week ? I,et us ralse horses that will sell lu Malne aa well aa in Now York." Insccls 011 House I'lants. We copy from Mrs. Welcome's new book of Talks about Flowera, the followiug chap ter on destroying those tnsect pesta which' proy upon pot plants. Tbe remediea all seem sensible, easily tried, aud we have no doubt are effeclual. llut ln addition to what Is said below we have found that con staut care, cleanllness, fertilization and per sonal attention are necessary to the good lieattli ul I'luuta, -wl..n gmwn In lltn rirttfi- cial conditlous by which they are sur rouuded in most of our liousea : Soai.k. For tho scale, a strong solulion of soap-snda applied wllh a spougeor a stlff brush. A tooth brush la very sultable for this purjiose. 'o.tMa in I'dts. I.lme water ls a eafe and ellfctual remedy for the little white worms often fouud iu the soil. Slake the lirae in water and after lt has aettled pour off the clear water aud drencl. tho earth. JIkai.y Him. For mealy bug, a mlxture of one part of alcohol and three parts w ater, aiiplyiug with a feather, or what is Letter, a camel hair brush. Another method ls to use kerosene in tlie same way. A ilorlst who l.aa p-acticed this for eight yeara eays tt is sure death to the insect. Tho feather should be brushed all over the mealy-look- Ing subslancea found usually iu the axlls of the leavea. Antb Various remediea have proved clfectlve. One ia to take a vial or a cup ueariy (II led with sweet oll, and slnk it in the grouud where the ants resort, so that the rim ls ou a level with the surface. The anta are very foud of it, but lt ls sure death to them. A (iermau writer says that car bollo acld and water will drtve unts away from any grounda one hundred parts of water to one of the acld. Mix in a tub aud stlr reieatedly for twenty-four hours, taklng oif the ecuiii that rises to tbe top. Jerscy (neen. The owner of this remarkable cow, Josiah S. Kenerson, Ksq., of Ilaniet, senda us a raemoraudum of recent yields ln milk and butter as followa : May 20 to June 1 ; 435 pounda of milk, yielding twenty pounds seven one-half ounces of butter in the twelve days. June 1 to July 1 j 1,390 pounda of milk, yielding eighty pounda six one-half ounces of butter in the thirty days. The total for forty-two days, 1881 pounds of milk, 100 pounda 4 ounces of butter. The last churniug ln June waa at the rate of nineteen tbreefourths pounds of butter a week. Mr. Kenerson not being ln any " ring " hla cow la excluded from muot no tice or consideration when noted cows' of her breed are under remn-k in most of the be exnlored. It seemed sacrileeious when grieving that loving Spirit by stlfling his ine ardent beams upon our heads, is Bimply .1 .V .:".:.. 1 LL -.-!- ,-. .....u-.i r .u-1 .1. r -n i r. , 1 tr . r...i ...if. vw uiiiuiiuiiii uuuii.uiuiiiiira. U1Y ir.eUUS l.rSt aLloCaeu lUU uil bua icfiubu btoi tnii, ui iu i.noatiig huui uGmu uuw Luiiv. (.uiiuuk hifto n luii M.atiuu of my prayers i but they kept up a scatter- 1 life the one or the other, I know of no let us at least vacate some of our carea, and 1 . 111 T 1 tl.a! n ho n larnnl Vl.i.h elial it lta Unn' iu . tr...a tn n..n nrl.Inl. nnmha.i 1. .7 . . , . . . i I i : ... . . . i i. r ii.. .ti..Ar i.n . i . , : i .. side, and since then I have had peace." The Captaln nud the Jeiv. A good sailor went aa ono of the crew of a paasenger steainer uown tue river to tne sea. Over the ocean hung a heavy, threat enlne foL'. Thev went forward into it. Near tho chimney was a youtl. shivering, evidently in great anxiety. Aft9r a while, ho asked a sailor : " Shall we have a storm ?" " Do not allow yourself to be anxioua, since the Ird knows in what conditlon we are ; and, 'IJkeasa father pltieth hia children, an the Ird nltieth them that fear him.' " With these woros ne turned away to work. Yeara nassed. and the sailor had become cantaln. On one of his voyages a well- dressed man drew near him, with tlie ques tion : " Shall we have a good voyage, can taln V" "That no captaln can tell, but he who holda tho water in the hollow of hia linger just outside the gite of the clty of victims among our nervous population by refucre: just outside in danger, perhaps de- thousanda and tensof thousands. The mos- struction ; you are not aafe for one instant quitoea are a pest and a plague, no doubt. till you are inside. And O I have you never llut canopies over the beis and bars in the thought that it ia not merely negatlve, not windows and doora are protectlon Irom them raereiy oi taje, but uniesa your sins now maoors, ana distresstng aa tney are, tne are on Jesua they are now on you, and God's wrath ia upon them and ao on you. It is a tremendous question, "Where are your sins V" on you, or on Jeaua ? O that he may now send hia own faithful Word about it with nower to vour soul I The Lord hath lain on him the iniqulty of us all. Accept that. believe hia word. venture your soul upon lt, and " he that belleveth natn ever- lastlnir Uie." All ninires on this question, " Where are your sins V" '. II. llai'crgatl, " Forglro Us Our Trespasscs." A story is told of a certain nobleman of Alexandria, who complained bltterly to the npwananeni. Inil we believe her record to be haml n moajmrPii th hpnvpna wllh a bishop of that city of his enemiea. While one entitling her to the very foremost rank span." "Thanks, captain ; lt deligbts me the midst of his tale the bell souuded for amontr remarkable butter yieldeM. How ti bear you come quickly to the main point. PJ. bishop and nob emau dropped among remarkable butter yieiaerj. now you reInind me of' a eai,or wbo Bpoke en. oU their knees-the former leading in the much herda built up from the progeny ot a ...-ii (ii .... Lord s prayer. and the latter leavlne for the single cow can be made to perpetuate her U'hat did hesay V" "I waa terriAed at tlme ''is story untold. When the bishop merits ls doubtful. but cerUinly both tlie the rough waves, and he told me' Llke as came " the petitlon " Jorgive ua our tres- bull and the heif er calvea of such cows ought u pK .1 t, 0"Vurfa,r lue'a . , , ., , . . pitieth them that fear him. I was then a little maraudera have a reason for beiusr. They are tbe devourera ot invisibla larviu which else would breed deith, the tiny sca- veneers wbich keep tho malana of the swampa from penetrating farther than lt now does, with lt) latal breatb. lhe Uiea l They have their work as well, in nature's economy. And the plain old farmer ia not tar wrongwbotellayou it la a sign ot beallh wueu they are plenty. laughed at tho good-humorod though rather broau sallre ot Josiah Allena wife. but haven't we. like herself. met women whose lives were the summer long a constant rlght witn uiea, so tnat tney uaa not an uours peaco? Poor soula. I.H ua be traunuil, thouch Uiea now and then invadj our pre- ciucta. If fly-brushes and fly-trapa will not urive mes out, let them not put to uigi.t our smues, our pieasant looks, and our patient worda. Lhristtan JntelUijencer. ia iu the countriea of the east a speciea of black ant tbat suddenly attack articles of fttrniture. Their work ia insidious and un seen. F.iternally all seema right, untll sud denly the whole thing collapjes in a cloud ot dust. So is it where dlscord aud harsh neas exist in domestic life. It will eat out the very life of home. Iletveu is traus formed to hell. The angelhood of earth ia exchanged for demoniacal sorrow and sln. lt alwaya takea an angei to make a devil. That whlch ia most beautlful is made most hideoua by unworthy transition. lln, Dr. Scwlder, A Woinau'a Wlilnis. The Kmnreas Josenhine had slx hundred Some of ns have thousand francs for her peraonal expenses, purposea. We wlsu we had more ana more reliable record evidence that they had proved so. passes," he stonried suddenlv. leaving the other to cro on alone. The nobleman at- templed to continue, but startlel by lhe Six The Old Man of the Jlouutnln. miles of continual ascent have but this sum was not suflicient, and her debta increased to an appalling degree. Not wltbstandiug the riches of her busband sbe could never submit to either order or eti quette in her private life. She rose at nine ociock. lier toiiet consumed mucn time, and she lavished unwearied efforts on the preservatlon and embellishment of her per son. She changed her linen three times a day, and never wore any stocklngs that were not new. Huga basketa were brought to her containing different dresses, sliawla and hats. From thia she selected her costume for the day. She possessed between three and four hundred shawla which she draped about her person with unequalled grace. .Taw on llm tpvt. tijaa nnt nnlrnnuin In tnn n , - . . , . . , . - . uruuKiit us to i roiue iviite. ivituounu n Ci .11 11.. i ... 1: t, tn .... but I could not call tiod my lattier. Xet """"" " """"rrT w . , pretty enouirh piece of water, it is not for "" l",'"u "'s" "-"1 the aailor waa, I plainly felt, quiet and d faif compan.on'd e fuel7thTO 5 I wondered what could crivo a man such Tiik " Cornell crew " is beaten at boat- connaencei men 1 prayea anu souirnt .jor 11, . ., , , , ,, , 1 . 1 uiju uiu uun tt vsmisii.a-i nuu n uiiaiiuuatv racing ln ftngiand, anu lt aeservea to ou. , , . , - ror stuaenta 01 American coneges, who are card. ' " How lone la lt since you were on aunnosed to r?o to school to learn Bomothine the hicl.seaa ?" "Seventeen years." "Would ofuse,to emulate the idle sporU of the ar- you know the sailor if you saw him?" istocrauc youtns wno are coueg ana mere.y o(ten , ,,e ;tkn(1, before - D0W ,m. tuoBuumi jaj.n.uu u m ur possible, captaln 1 114 waa a common sanor. significance of the petitlon. stammered. "1 t J . ... ... nB.od,l nr.t,lnn ,1 f.m t.la b-nppa Q hopelesa man, 'untll ho afterwarda found nope m a better disnosition towara ms neitrhbor. It is an eaav thlnir to sav : it ia dillicult sometimea, to say it understand- mgiy. it we stop at thla petitlon, wnen we are repeaung sand, or for the trout which you take for the retiection ot uirds on lta burmsnea suriace, but for the mountain rising hlgh above, whose woodei slope it bo faithfuliy mirrors. Now lift the eyea to the bare summit It is difucult to believe the evidence of the senses. Upon the high cliffa of this mountain ia the have taken ua will go on l 1 1 u nf t f!nL L nt remarkable Ind celebrated rock-sculpture of in the idea of lt, fiow many of g ,)umaa wh,ch rom a bf. twe,M n r t.,.nrAj raat BKna tt... rnv ..n. posedto attach membership of a"crack"l college, ls dlsgracef ul. To be beaten ia still more disgracef ul, yet jnstly deserved. lloys, keep away from all colleges where such thlngs are allowed. The working college is the place for every young man who has bralna and meana iiusinkss. " Is not voura a more remarkable change ? You were a Jew and are now a Christian Cbristian and a mlssionary. Why, then, in seventeen years' time, should not a sailor become captain t btitciea. . w.. t biiuiiiu Ilotcl CAuausbou ibacii. vti.ci vna nM;GM "h so easy 10 overset tnat tne oarsmen naa Th nrnlln i..ATf ..,. ihnnl fnrttr fppi " """" " rt their hair in the middle before they JttJtntot&& ttZ ZJ Clmed the r eeata ln it.so aa to keep it in cr0wn, wblch Imparts to it such a pecallarly 8aUa" Select"U . , :. Kven so there are some churches, ,;' , ' 11 .-rit J " ' ... Inbkots and (iiiuna. Keroiene or coal oil ILJTA rroved verysucceas- lunx mr ccufc auutviiuDut iu uiooni. aml ia lioanu lui iu tuu uueuuctiuu ui uuxiuuq luaccui anu Mu. J. A. Cauk writes to The Utica lier- old that Iowa butter is shipped each week as made. Ile tl.iuka the dalrv farmera of Central New York must adopt the same have joined our church the past year I find ., , . ,. , 1 ,i. 1 . 1 that ltve of those who came in on profession practice, and he thus contrasta the etatua of 1itv.i.i fiip intn f,., n Wlthheld Slatlstlcs. How it would atartle some of our congre gations to have the pastor follow the read ing of the annual report of his church witli a few of the withheld statistics, somewhat alter tl.ls sort: "Ut tbe thirty-two wno IiAitnu Men iou Smali. I'i.acks We have heard of a race-boat made so uarrow and so easy to overset that the oarsmen had 10 pirt look trim, some little churches, in which the pastor needa to walk very circumspectly, so as not to put more weight on one side than the other. It ia a very creat misttke to supnose that it takes more grace and skill to manage a largo cnurcb than a amail one. t ar omer wise. The larirest man ls needed for the snialle.it place. The lltUgious Ilerald. hundred feet above the lake, haa for un- counted agcs looked with the same stony stare , the toiiet waa as careful aa that of the morning then she appeared with flowers, pearla or precioua atonea in her hair. The smalleat assembly was alwaya an occaaion for her to order a new costume, in spite of the hoarda of dresses in the various places. 11 maparte waa trntatea ty tnese expenaitures; ne would fly into a passion and his wife would weep and promise to be more prudent, after whlch she would go on in the same way. It ia almost incredible that this passion for dress should never exhausted itaelf. After the Change of Mlnd. have unmistakably falleti Into former evil O CiikisiianI man renewed by grace, antlque appearance. lt is perfect, except that the forehead is concealed bv somethine like the visor of a holmet. And all this 11- "In bovhood and ln early life," sald Mr. lusion is produced by several projectlng Wendell Fhlllips, in the address which he crags. n mignt be saiu to nave been be- recently gave at uamoriags; " 1 waa non cotten bv a thunderbolt Takluc a seat ored with the frieudship of Lothron Motley. wlthln a rtutio arbor on tbe nlch abore ot He crew un tn the thln alr ot lioston pro- tlie lake, one ia at leiaure to peruse at liberty vlncialism and pined on such weak dlet. I what, 1 dare say, la the most exlraordinary remember sittlne wltb him once ln the state slKlit 01 a llletlme. A sllght change 01 po- house. when be was a member 01 our legis- silion varies more or less the character of lature. With biting worda and a keen this interest ln the two sectious :" No dalry- wavs. while of those who were received bv dost thou ludead believe that God iuhabits tha einrp.islon. which is. after all. the cravnn lin aketclmd the ludlcrnm tninia in man can take 310 land and forty five cent letter three were certainly ltcking in good tiiee wtth his lioliness, and inakes thee his marked peculiarity of thia monstrous alto- the minda and persons of his fellow-mem- freight, and high taxea and hold twenty-flve cnaracter iu uie cnurcnca tney ieit,anuougn tempie 1 iu inou, tnen, a tempie maeea, a reuevo; lor, lei tne spectator turn 111s gae bers, and learing up tne p.ctures, eaiu. 1 nn 11 , 1 11 1 uy ma icuiu iuov woio iu uwu nuu ici; . oiw;iou iiimja tu iinu. i'.tuiuuv wtciwiisuws , . vacaiitiv uiiou ine iuuru laiuiiiar uuiiKia ab Bcorniui.v . uat cau uecume ui n cuuu. ceui, uuiuir un 11 toui uiu, uuu oen 11, 1U1 i . lJ!, , ri.i i. M. I i, t (i. v.ii..t. t,.,. l,n,,.p nf ... u i tt.i.i m t ...l l.i i uu "...!. r.n ... ti.... l.l it. fifteen to twenty cents and compcte with larly reported to have swindled a neighbor merchandise. I)sm every sin a sacrilege. self that he is not the vlctim of some lawaj no Bafe investments ! your good name land at $2.G0 and $20 cows, and butter salea outrageously in anotorious buslness tranaac- Iiit all thy thoughts within, like white-robed strauge halluclnatlou, fascinatiou born nei- laid away any hour, and not worth keeping all fresh each week from twenty to thirty- tion. Wehave lost one of our more prom- priesta, move round the altar and keep the ther of admiratlon nor ahorror, but atrongly if It were not V In vain I comba'od the (Wa npnia n,i nnrl . Inu, f rslohi. an.l 1,16111 inembera by his transfer to the county fire btirning. l.'t thy affections bo always partaklng of both emotiona, draws him irre- folly. He went to Kurope speut eight or iive cenu, anu neuriy aa iow ire.guts anu on convicton 0f crme. A careful ex- a cloud, fllling the roora aud iuwrapping thy sistlbly back to tho Uanteaque head stuck ten years. I met him the day he landed on not one-eighth of the taxea, Oun oplnion of farmers' organlzatlona ls, that any organlzition, however weak small lu numbera, ia better than none. W have met with farmera'a cluba where the number in attendance was less tban a dozen. aud where there were but two or three llve, amluation of our record haa convlnced me prlest-like thoujhts. Let thy haUowed de- that lully one-lblrd of our raembers can bo slrea be ever fannlug the mercy aeat wltn what they do, are the onea who got the most good out of tlie aaaoclatlou, like a felou'a on the higheat battlements of his roturn. As if our laughing talk in the thepass. The more you may have aeen, the state home had that moment ended, he more your feolincs are disciplined, the took mv hand with thesudden exclamatlon : greater the confuslon of ideas. The ruo- 'You were all right; I was allwrongl It meut la come to acknowledge yourself van- ls a country worth dyiug for ; better still, quished. This is not merely a face, it is por- worth living and working for, to make it all tralt. 1 hat la not the work ot some cun- lt can be. 1 nlnir chisel. but a east from a livinc head. I You feel aud will always maintain that those Dlnner lu France. leaturea nave had a living ana breatntng Uinuerin France is suppoaed to be the countHrnart. Nolhini? more. nothini? 1ms. I n... V.' ui. Of one thing we that of the other merabers of the churcli ,lim mu9t love i,inli and flnd in a sense his t where and what waa the origlnal proto- t Zeowa it la a feeding operatiou. Ou mt lu tdl such or- muie thau one-half gave less to i rellgious approving smile the Btrougest Btlmulus to type Not mau j since ages before he waa tUe con, lllU Krench meal is a donies- ... , .aaly. . """"" ."sv ""s ii avmnosiui uiciiba, miiia vnviu uiu iiub n iwvt inuiiiioo 11 1 i uiis scuipture UJ.m llie ruvK uuuvu Ul. wmcu gave more tor peauuts uuriug ine i counted on the dead-head ' list. They do nothiug ln tbe line of Christian actlvity. As to their example they are not had enough to be a waming to the outside world, nor eood enough to be taken aa an example by any. uouy moroui. wur uenevoient contnuu tioua look pretty well for our numbera, but their wings. llorace lliuhnell. To attempt to please Christ la not only to act in compliance with the general indica tiona of hla will whlcb are manifest to ua iu hla word, but to be on the watch for oppor tunlties of dolnc him service and to em- tney otia nnn1 pf nini.a nnt ' " v " brace those opportunltles wlienever ,., i T . , , amount nas been given by lour persona 1 aud &the, vhosver feela aud acU thua toward VVikllUUV ItliDll UOClUIUCfMt VSIV are quite aure, whlch la, that ganliatlons, those members who accept the cwf tney pay towara ptibiic amuse- dutyi burdens, and who put the most work Into a6 mora . 1Man.' lha II. ......l I.. .ol.t.l. I.po.l on.l l.part Y, I blU BTIUIKJ9IUIU, 111 nitlVII l.vnu .uu UkBIV AO, i.i..' '.... .1 tl,. !,, .1. 'l'l,l- Hk that knowa how to prayhas the secret not uian, tho face la too majestlc, too nobly terest and valueof a meal in France depeud plrmeut aa cording to tbe partlcultr communlty, could bo made lu many a church wl.ere the an Tiik Dulaware Deet-Sugar Compauy, ac cording to Food and lleallh, haa leased about three hundred acroa of land in different por tlons of the state " for the purpose of rals ing a eulfieient number of beets to Bupply uual rejort last presented ia aioken of the deflciency caused by the apatby of far- " emy wa? uraging."-S. 'J'imu. iners who cultivate them only on a limited scale. In order to econonilze labor, the coiupany has Imported a number of (iermau and Frencli beet cultivators, whlch are ca. pable of cultlvatlug four rows of beets at oue runuing. year that. they put in the contributlon box. 0f 6afet, ln prosrarity, and of support in grand for auything of mortal mould. One the 8odal than on Ue cM cb. A fair HBlitnttA nf 1 lm lniinrri m I Id nf llm I t-... 1,1 tfn l. n .. Af .... 1 1 .. mran I nf tha millniia ,r.-ia ti v retrri a tu Ii a ra gl ...... . ... - r, "", "iuuioiiu,iuS ,o''jr y ""4" b...-j, , . meuU ud Iziak Walton's aictum that tbe congrcgat on Is twlce and threMlghths the ene.ny, and of turnlng every losa into a I for this archetype of the comlug man. And ,, Inak&, tue feist, and not the food, auiuuiib t:ivcu uv luuvuuiuii w iiuuie miu i rain. iih na-a tne iiiwer ot nnni i r nverv tet iiol nnn. wu Li.niK.iur llie ucau w.i. 1 1 t. i....... 1 1. .i .....t.i .;.,iA.an.A tn l1..,,.. n... foreign inissions combined." Such a eup- Care, of Bubduing every passion, and of ad- aurely hold tho same strange converse with -areiT seea a Frenchman dlninir alone. not tbls, ln kludatid ln degree ac- diug a relish to every enjoyment. Many futunly when man Bliall nave vanlsheu fof reasou that ho wanU m8 oue to things a-e good for me, but uoue so good as to draw ulgu to tiod. Jag. Moiik Scumm.iTV. And now comea a fellow who wrltea to ua that " anybody wbo entera luto a controversy with a college cor poratlon eipectlng success because his cause ia good is a hopelesa imbeclle." Thla ia worse than belng called a donkey, Wo are agoing to get mad about it, as soon as wu can flud tlme. Thu truth ls, (like llrother T,,) a fact hlta ua hard. "Nkw Knulanii Agrlcultural Soclety Rraud Illoycle Ilaoel" heads an announce meut In the Bociety'a orgau. This racing and gambliug under the pretenae of " en couraglug agrlculture" ia getting worn pretty tl.in. Aud the president of that'so ciety is United States con.iulssloner of ag riculturol (iambliug and polltica rule tlie day. Tlie Alni of u College. In hia address at the layliijtr of the foun dation-stone of the new cliapel at I'lince- lon uoliege, ur. Jonu liausaidi "And now Iu laviiiL' the fouudation-Btone of thla edi fice, we cau only give another expresaion to the aim of thla college of New Jersey. It irom tne lace ot tne eartn. uaa iiyron vis- )ook &t or Mak wlth but he ited thia placo of awe and mystery . 1'ls L,,', one talk (Jonversation "Manfred. the Bcene of whlch is laid ... ii..i....i.. i,.v.i. t.i.i. . ... . ., t. 1,. I W.kUlllllli:iJ IUIUDIO IUD 1 IBU.U MUID Hllll UP. Dki'KNH upon it, in the mldst of all the """ong tue mouu a.na ot me ierute i4, am Incfined to think that the moderu Ucleuce about the world aud its waya, aud I woum uouuikvw iiaie imu a ucc.wr, jiciuiips Freuch dluner-table ia the substitute for iuce of (lod aud his greatuess, "oro "'mVcr' U1I'U" "'m """"'B the old talon to whlch the " feast of reason -M 11.. I , tt.l U1B iLuuruuuo Ul llUU UUIl lll. )JluabUC, the man or womau who cau say, " luy will be done," with the true heart of giviug up, la nearor lhe secret ot liiincs inan llie eeoi- ogist aud tlieoiogian. uearge Mactlonaut. inoao eiernai reams oi ice tne poet ner d th ,, ( ,.. useJ to be wUol otuo.u ... ""j"" v-. conn.rjeu iu aUy event, ine chiet ailrac- Notiiino so iucreasea oue'a reverence for lato give to Christian truth iUprojier place others aa a great sorrow to one'i self. It lu all true education, to 11ft up God ai the teMhea one the depths of humau nature. Father of LighU, aud to seek that he who happlness wo are ahallow, and deem ..5? I .... nlk... an f'Air.. Il.trttn nnnimftniletl lha llftnt to fllitna out ol tlarlf. I v""" w.. neas mav shine into the hearta of lta Btu- dents lu every departraeut, to givo the llght To try to do other work than that to of the knowledge of hla glory in the face which Ood haa adapted us, ls eiuiply to of Jesua Uhrlst. Jt la to maintain tue lone break ana ruiu some ot uoa a toois, anu of Christiauity ln all dlscussions, Investiga- leave our work unuoue. (;rutaii Vbserver, lious and utleraucra. That toue la lofty, unselflsh and public-spirited. 1 he wlsdom j MhllKK all plctures of Christ j you will ; , " " ,Tn, i' i , .7 . ' nndtnat men never mou flnally, to send out of itahalls and lta olasses christ tlll they had begun men of the l,lirlstlan lyp-men who, pressiou of him in their hearta. CarMe, 1..I1.. t. tl.u mil.tlt nn lha lt.ilFn.ni In I 1 tiie Benate or on the beuch, shall be just tnen, fear ing God aud l.atlng covetousuesa. Ot this hlgh uim to uphold tbe truth, maintain the toue, and produce living lllus tratlonsof Chriatiauty this ediflce la to be evermore the outwardand senBihloslgn, aud gloomy exaltatlon he has breathod into that tragedy. llls line, " Ilound to eartb, he lifts hla eye to heaven," becomea descriptive here. Thia gigantlo sllhouette, whlch has been christened the Old Man of the Mountain, is unquestlonably the greatest curiosity of this ttou of tho Frencli table now-a-days la con versatlon. John Durand, in August Allanlic, A Word to Glrls. Manvapirlla careless as to how much or any other mountain region. llarper'i money a young man spends for her. Three dc Magazine Jor August. llarlara Frllchlc'a True Story. Itwasto her own troops that llirbara waved the flatr. inspirlnc them ou a marcb that iovolved some of the most inlease suf. ferincrof the war. Ihedava were onnres- sive, tbe roads sunny and full of dust, and a oi lyiinst i you will ----- , , -i - anu ms gaitauvry, thought of palntlng y "nonieut mlght bring the cputending cents wolUd bo ar egun to loae tbelm- frc? ff e.,to ffc,0' ,U, ,WM e if'016 ride for Beveral doll and flve dollars for a horse and carrlaee he can poorly ailord perbapa, yet she will go with him week after week, wlth no partlcu Ur Interest ln him, untnfndful appareutly whetber lie eams the money or takes tt from his employer'a drawer. lle makcs her ex pensive preaents. lii takea her to a coucert, iu golng to whlch usually, save for her pride hla gallantry, a horse-oar rlde for ten wiser man a carrlage I Ati not what im; I am not what 1 would be: I am not what 1 thould ln: I am not what iWf ht; but, " by tho grao of tiod, 1 am wiiat 1 am. Jonn tteuton. Kvkuv to-morrow has two haudles, the South Mountain battle. .botith Mouu- ,1W!t8 a young woman all the more who la taln lles twelve miles west of 1- rederick, and careful of tha way ln which he Bpends his to thla po nt General Heno, under llurnaide, mouey and wm not permlt too much to was tiresslng when he pasaed l)ame liar- be used for her. A tbougbtful and well-bred barasdoor. ''They were nassng all day," girl wlll be wlse about these uiatters afrft. II. went nn in aav. tth,.t tn llm mnrn. 9. . . i inrr 1 sald to mv daufhter. l.Tnlia. thera ara I u'e ao many noldlers around, go over and brlng Dunisd a lesaon ou the life of King l)a like the sacraments of the Christian faith, can tnko hold of it by tlie l.audle of auxlety ul)t acrosa lhe brldge) she is alone, and vld a claaa ot glrls waa asked, " Who kllled IU power la to bo not from anytblng ln It, I or t)18 bandle of faltb. I perhapa may feel atrald.' " And did you I the glaut V" whereupou one replied, Mack."