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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT. APRTL 33, 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript, BT. ALBANS. VT. FlUDAY, AritlL 23, 1800. Dent ocratlc Eton o in . Mimy of our Democrat iu exchanges have much to nay about (he extrava gance of Radical oIIicIiuh; but the Dem ocrats like to upend the peopled money when they have the power, as well art their opponents. In other words, they don't practice whatthey preach. As an illustration of .Democratic economy, lef erence Is made to the "conltnj,'Cnt ex penses' in furbishing the Incentive Mansion of the Governor of Kentucky for the year past. The total expendi ture on 'this account was $:U,:i(iiU0. The Hiitn does Hot Include anything for building, but is chiefly for new furni ture and crockery. We copy a few of the items of the ac count : 1 euchre stand 1 fine gilt slop jar and foot bath 4 dozen Bohemian linger bowN 1 patent churn 1 patent ice-cream freezer i! dozen whiskey tumblers $2.3 :J2 18 14 l.'J ;t No less than $2420 was expended in one day for chamber furniture, and the quantity of China were purchased for use in the " Governor's "Palace," as it js called by some, would be suilieientto furnish a respectable hotel. More than two thousand dollars went for curtains, and everything connected with the es tablishment has been procured of the best and most expensive materials, and apparently at the highest price. The Accident at (irttiiby. A few facts relative to the scene of the accident mentioned in yesterday's TitANScmi'T may not be uninteresting to our readers. The village of Granby is situated on the banks of the Yamaska Biver, and is about 28 miles from St. Johns, on the S. S. & C. It. R. The river, at the place of the accident, runs nearly west, and is spanned by two bridges. The lower one the one which fell was built about twelve years ago, and was composed of two abutments, about ,TJ feet high, with a span of about 40 feet. About 100 yards below is the dam of the grist-mill belonging to ..Jr. 3. II. C. Miner, and when the water is high the current here runs very swift. The rail road track passes along the edge of the river, and crosses the south end of the bridge, making the shore on the south side of the river steep, without a twig or projection to enable any on . getting in to save themselves. The water falls about twenty feet over the dam, then passes through a rough, rugged and crooked channel for nearly 100 yards more before it reaches the dam below, so that even an expert swimmer could hardly escape with his life if he fe.l in. The families bereaved are among the most influential in the village, and are all old residents. Mr. S. H. C Miner, proprietor of two saw mills, a grist mill, and a tannery, has to dcploi o the loss of a loving and accomplished wife and a little daughter. Mrs. Miner leaves a child about six months old. Mrs. Sargcant(Mrs. Miner's mother) was formerly a resident of Dunham Flatts. but lias resided at Granby about seven years. Mr. John Bradford, a retired mer chant, has lost his wife and a young son and daughter, thus having his whole family swept off at once. Mrs. Brad ford's sister (Miss Harvey) i- also among the missing. Mrs. Bradford and Miss Harvey are sisters to Mr. Charles Har ver, carpenter and joiner, of St. Albans. Mr. P. Hackctt was also a retired merchant, and has been for many years a Justice of tho Peace. He leaves a wife and four children. Mr. E. B. Gilmour is a merchant, and leaves a wife and child. Their old est boy, about twelve years of age, was drowned with his father. Mr. Z. Harvey, proprietor of a cabi net factory, has lost his wife. It is seldom, very seldom, that a Mnall place like Granby, has to lament the less of so largo a number of its promi nent eitizent atonce. Testimony Against Sknatou JUws. Notwithstanding Senator Boss's par tial denial of tho published accounts of his impertinenco to the President, there are many witnesses to whom ho narrated it just as it was published, profanity and all. After his vote on tho Impeachment, Andy Johnson gave him entire control of all olllce.s in Kansas, and he used his lover to till all.tho offices in that State to which ho could get ac cess with his friends, or men like him self, where they could be found. Since March 4th, tho President and Ids Cabi net have been engaged in weeding them out hence his wrath. Mb, Brkckhnhidcik. A correspond ent of the New York Times corrects two or three misapprehensions regard ing Mr. Breckonridge. It is donicd that he is broken down in health, but it is said, on tho contrary that l.o was uevor more rugged than now, and that instead of being poor lie is worth at least $00,000. In regard to his intentions for the future, the same cor icspondent puts no faith in tho stories that he is to resume the practice of law, and that he propose to play tho part of "an extinct volcano." He leports that It is understood among the knowing that he will be a candidate for the Ken1 tueky Legislature in place of General Preston, who is only less a rebel thali Breckenrldge himself. Maxim iman'h JjiititAitY. Maxim llian'sllbrary was.'sold for four thoi sfl'id dollars hiorc than It had cost. The Emperorof Austria is censured severely in Germany for not keeping (lie library of his brother. It is said that he At tended even to have the curiosities and relics collected by Maximilian disposed of in the Mime manner as the library, and that It vi s only owning to the en ergetic Intercession of the old Archdu choi's Sophia that he was prevailed upon to ordcrtl.cse curiosities to be perserved at Miramar. That theKmpcror'sagcnts have made attempts to find a purchaser for Miramar admits of no doubt what ever. Walking Match. ihe llo miles walking match, for $2o0, between Payne and Weston, was decided on the 21st Inst., in favor of Payne. Time 22 hours and 52 minutes. Weston gave out on the 001 h mile. Suit for Liiim,. It is stated in the Brooklyn Eaylc that Senator Kenton lias declared hit Intention to sue for li lel both the Evening Post and Com mcrcial Advertiser. The damages will be laid at $300,000. ArroiNTMKNT. Stephen G. Clark, Esq., formerly of Manchester., N. 11.; has been appointed Deputy Collector at New York. The salary is $3,001. Dkath of a Vkumont Somukj!. Geo. W. Hardy, a native of Amoskeag, died on the 12th inst., at Dcngola, 111. The deceased was a member of the class of '00 in the Scientific Department of Dartmouth College, and left a year ago on account of ill health, and took up his residence at the West. We enlisted in the 4th VI. Regiment in 1801, and served four years. .1 Frame 11 adding Length. Mita Persons who pass hastily over the Union Pacific Railroad hardly give a thought to the Immense amount of work which has been performed by the Company. Krom Sacramento to the present terminus of the road, at E.-ko, the trains are once more running regu larly. The immense amount of money trul labor expended in cutting through mountains, opening tunnels, grading the road and laying the track can .with ditllculty be realized by those not famil iar with the business. Not the least of the problems to be solved was that of protecting the track from the heavy falls of snow which were to be anticipa ted during the winter months. To ob viate this difficulty as far as possible, the Company dcteimincd to erect a series of sheds, or rather one building which should protect the road over the snow line. Accordingly they have erected a buildiiig which is doubtless the largest in the world. It is 22 miles long, 10 feet wide, and 1G feet high, not including the pitch of the roof. It is put up in the most substantial man ner, all of the timbers used being of tho best quality to be tbtained. The sides are inclosed, and were it not for the fact that daylight penetrates through the interstices between the boards, the whole allair would be very like a huge tunnel. The building is braced togeth er in a most peculiar manner, and is firmly bolted to the rocks whenever the road ncars the face of a clill'. Where snow slides are to be feared, an exten sion of the roof has been carried to the cliil's, so that falling m sses shall pass over the building and lodge on the oth er side. In many places, where side tracks are located, thejbuilding is wider than the iigures given above. More than 40,000,000 feet of lumber have been used in its construction. It covers an area of over 1,800,000 square feet, or nearly 44 acres. One of the best proofs of the stability of the structure is in the fact that, with the exception of a few miles which had not been reallv completed, it thororghly answered tlfe purpose for which it was designed dur ing the recent severe storm, in which it was subjected to tho most severe tests, From the San Francisco Altu California, Feb. 20. Health Jfiinfiiifj in Colo ratio Samuel Bowles in the last Atlantic. speaks as follows of Health Hunting in Colorado. Tho saddle, and the camp are the true conditons of extended travel or a sum mer's life in Colorado. A party of four, well mounted on mules or Western pon ies, with a guide and servant, and two pack-mules for tents and blankets and food, can gain such experienco of rare nature, such giftof health, such en dowment of pleasure, in leisurely travel over its mountains and among its parks lingering by the side of their beautiful lakes and their abundant streams fat with trout, basking in its sunshine, hunting in its woods, and bathing in its mineral springs as nowhere else that I known of in all Ameiica. This is surely destined to bo tho " correct tiling todo," forthe pleasuro and health seek ers of tho future America. Over in Middle Park, two days' horse back ride from Georgetown, are tho famous Hot Sulphur Springs, a douche bath and a sitz-lmth united, such as on ly experience of their wondrous tonic can appreciate. The water is of tho temperature of HO3 Fahrenheit. as hot as human flcli can bear, and pours over a ledge of rock ton feet high into a pool below with a stream of four to six iuclics in diameter, When wagon roads ore made to the spot as they soon Will bo invalids will Hock to these springs in July and August from the whole country. Already they are a favorite report despite the bind climb OVcr the mountains into the valley where they lie. The Heroine of l.al.f Ei le I1Y JOHN (I. WIHTTtr.lt. The dark, stormy cltxe of Noveinbev, 1834, found many vessels on hake Erie, hut the fortunes of one alone liavo spe cial Interest for us. About that time the Schooner Conductor, owned by J. Mel. cod of the P rovincial Parliament, a resident of Aniherstburg, at the mouth of the Detroit River, entered the lake from that river, bound for Port Dal liousie, at the mouth of the Welland Canal. She was heavily loaded wlt'i giain. Her crew consisted of Captain Hackctt, a Highland by birth, and a skilful and expereinced navigator, and six sailors. At nightfall, shortly after leaving the head of the lake, one of those terrilic storms, with which the late autumnal navigators of that "Sea of the Woods" are all too familiar, over took them. The weather was intensely cold for the se.ison ; the air was tilled with snow and sleet ; the chilled water made ice rapidly, encumbering the schooner, ami it ailing down her decks and rigging. As the gale increased, the tops of the waves were shorn oil' by the tierce blasts, clouding the whole atmos phere with frozen snray. or what the sailors call " spoon-drift j" rendering it impossible to see any object a few roils distant. Driving helplessly before the wind, yet in the direction of its place of destination, the schooner sped through the darkness. At last, near midnight, running clo.er titan her crew supposed to the Canadian Shore, she struck on the outer bar oil' Long Point Island, beat heavily across it, and sunk in the deeper water between it and the inner bin. The hull was entirely submerged, the waves rolling in heavily, and dash ing over the rigging, to which the crow betook themselves, Lashed there, numb with cold, drenehod by the piti less waves, and scourged by the showers of sleet driven before the wind, they waited for morning. The slow, dread ful hours woro away, and at length the dubious and doubtful gray of a morning of tempest succeeded to the utter dar -ness of night. Abigail Beaker chanced at that time to be in her hut with none but her young children. Her husband was ab senton the Canada shore, and she w.is left the sole adultoceupantof the Island, save the light-keeper at its lower end, some fifteen miles oil'. Looking out at day-light on the beach in front of her door, she saw the shattered boat of the Conductor, cast up by the waves. Her experience of storm and disaster on that dangerous coast, needed nothing more to convince her that somewhere in her neighborhood human life had been, or still was, in peril. She followed the southwesterly trend of the island for lit tle distance, and peering through the gloom of the stormy morning, discern ed the spars of the sunken schooner, with what seemed to be human forms clinging to the rigging. The heart of the strong woman sunk within her, as she gazed upon those helpless fellow creatures, so near, yet so unapproacha ble, hhe had no boat and none could have lived on that wild water, After a moment's reflection she went back to her dwelling, put the smaller children in charge of the eldest, took with heran iron kettle, tin teapot, and matches, and returned to tho beach, at the nearest point to the vessel; and gathering up the logs and drift-wood always abun dant on the coast, kindled a great liro and constantly walking back and forth between it and the water, strove to inti mate to the sufferers that tboy were at least not beyond human sympathy. As the wrecked sailors looked shoreward. and saw, through the thick haze of snow and sleet, the red light ol the lire, and the tall iigtirc of the woman passing to and fro before it, a faint hope took the place of the utter despair, which had prompted them to let go their hold, and drop into the seething waters, that open ed and closed about them like the jaws of death. But the day wore on, bring ing no abatement of the storm that tore through the frail spars, aud.clutcned at and lo.-sed them as it passed, and drench ed them with ice-cold spray, a pitiless, unrelenting horror of sight, sound, and touch! At daet the deepening gloom told them that night was approaching, and night under such ciieunistancjs wasdeath. All day long Abigail Becker had fed her lire, and sought to induce the sail ors by signals for even her strong voice could not reach them throw themselves into the surf, and trust to Providence and her for succor. In anticipation of this, she had her kettle boiling over tho drift-wood, and her tea ready made for restoring warmth and life to the lialf nozen survivors. But either they did not understand her, or the chance of rescue seemed too small to induce them to abandon the temporary safety of the wreck. They clung to it with tho des perate instinct of life brought face to face with death. Just at nightfall, there was a slight break in tho west ; a red light glared across the thick air, as if for un instant tho eye of tho storm looked out upon the ruin it had wrought and closed again under lids of cloud. Taking advantage of this, the solitary watcher ashore made one more eflbrt. Sho wadetl out into the water, every drop of which, as it struck the beach, became a particle of ice, and stretching out and drawing in her arms, invited, by .ier gestures, tho sailors to throw themselves into (he waves and strive to reach her. Cantaln Hackctt understood her. He called to his niato in the rigging of tho other most : "Itisthelastehanee. 1 will try! If I live, follow me; if drown, staj' where you are!" Willi a great ellort, he got on his sill ily frozen overcoat, paused for a mo ment in silent commendation of his soul to God, and throwing himself into the waves, struck out for the shore. Abigail Becker, brcast-deop in tho surf, awaited him. Ho was almost within her reach when the undertow swept him back. By a mighty exertion she caught hold of him, bore him in her strong arms out of the water, laid him down by iter fire, ami warmed his chilled blood with copious draughts of hot tea. Tho mate, who had watched the res cue, now followed, and the captain, partially restored, insisted upon aiding him. As the former ncarod the shoie, the lecotling water bullied him. Capt. Hackctt catmht hold ot him, but the undertow swept tliein both away, lock ed In each others anils. The bravo woman p. tinged alter them anil with the strength of a giantess, bore theni) clinging to each other, to the shore ami up to her tire. Tho live sailors followed in succession and were all rescued In the same way. A few days after, Capt. Hackctt and his crew were taken oir Long Point by a pi.sslng vessel ; and Abigail Becker resumed her slmp'.e daily duties with out dreaming that she had done any thing extraordinary enough to win for her the world's notice. Iii Jtt rstruggle e.'ery day for food ami warmth for her ehildien, she had no leisure for the in dulgence of sell-congratulation. Like the woman of Scrip urc, she had only "do. ic what she could," In the ter rible exigency that had broken the dreary monotony of iter life. Atlantic Monthly for May. Stiia'-gk Kui:ak oka Man or Gi: Nirs. A few years ago, Laurence Oli pluint, who went to England as tho Sec retary of tho Japanese Mission, made a deep impression on tho fashionable and political world by his brilliant talents, lie wascomparativ y unknown, but in a few months took all hearts by storm. He obtained a seat In Parlimeut, moved in the highest circles of society, and was the universal favorite of ti:e world of fashion, lie was ..nee seen sauntering into the Travellers, Club with two men leaning on his arms one His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and the other His Majesty the King of Denmark! Such a future as that which lay before ibis handsome, clever, fascinating young diplomatist, says an English pa per, any man might have envied, ,-ud-ilenly, however, 'Laurence Oliphant was missed from his place in -oeiety from club, and "House" and opera. Where he had gone none could tell. Even his constituents at Sterling were unable to get any accurate information concerning him, and as he made no ap pearance at the recent election, another man was chosen in his place. He has at last been discovered, however, in scnii religious, semi-socialistic community at Brocton, on the border of Lake Krie, where the once idolized star of Belgra via now follows the plow and wears the homespun. The little ailments, griefs, and dis comforts to which poor weak humani ty is liable arc among the hardest we have to bear. Loss of hair is one afflic tion to some people quite unbearable. Yet that loss elicits no consolation from our friends. Turn then to the greatest benefaction of this golden age, and np ply with earnestness and vigor that un rivalled preparation known as "Bar ictt's Vegetable Hair Restorative," so agreeable in its application, so wonder ful in its results Fiftsbury Chronicle. Extract from a letter from Jerusalem. "Wo started early to ascend Mt. 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This la j one of the worst movements, ltcmmcd from t ordinal y iliveisiona of tho over-changing scenes of tho city, the powers or the bodv too much en feebied to give rest to hea'thfitl a'nd mral exer I cise, thimyhts ale turned inward upon them ' seheH. If the patient bo a leliuile, the approach of tho menses is looked for with aiiMotv, as tho last symptom In which Nature is to allow her saving power in dill'iising the circulation and visiting the cheek with tho bloom or health. 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Sent, under seal, in a. plain envelope, to any address, imstjial'l, on receipt of (1 cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwoll'H "Mar riage Ciiiide," price li.'c. Address tho publish- CUAS. J. 0. KLINK .V CO., 127 llowerv, Now Yoik, (i;l Post OMeo ISox 4.53(1 ANOl'Ut, SUUoFllLA, DlHPKl'MA, LIVKll Complaint, lthoumatisui, Neuralgia, Ac; cured, A Uook of 100 pages, sent free to inva lids. Address It. QIIEGNK, M. D.. 10 Tempi" puce, 8PMh I SAVE YOUR MONEY, TROUBLE, DELAYS and EXPENSES AND TAKE VOCE COM FONT UOJNa WEST 11 Y THE Northern Transportation Co's TWO DAILY LINES OK jiS: STEAMERS jaggS Day Boat and Night Boat ! Willi tttcutj Hist class Steamers, onlv six days through to MILWAUKEE AND C ItI I C .A Gr C) , WITHOUT CIIAMJK OF U0AT. First Class Tickets include 1 Meals and State Rooms. l.iaviug Ogdelisburgh ovoiv dav, (Sundiv's cM-epted,) on unhal of noon trains for Cllb CAOO, MILWAUKKi; and intermediate ports, without a change of boat; and every evening (Sundays exepted) for Cleveland. Toledo, I)e- tmit and intermediate pot'H. Passengers and lamilies moving West can embark with their Lugage, 'J earns, Stock, Ac, j.u.. i..!i ui),i-iiiui- nillioill UlMHI'DallCC Ol' iranshipineiit at theit port of destination, thus avoiding tho great incoLveuio.ieo of tho manv changes expenses and delavs of other routes. ' These Steamers have large Cabins and State ltooms, amply and neatly lurnished lor First Class Passengers and 1'amilies who niavwish to furnish their own provisions. No efforts will be spared to maiii'ain Ihe rep utation of this as the Cheapest and Best Route ! lie sure and see the Agents of this Lino be fori! ou I uy jour tickets. iiA-riusty men wi'l alwavs meet Passengers at the Depot ill Ogileusburg. to take cheeks and re-cheek baggage for this Line. Ask for tickets via tho NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION GO'S Steamers, the only American Lilies leaving Ogdensburg. We will make it to the interest of every Trav eller to see the Agents of this Line belore pur chasing elsewhere. One hundred pounds of bagg.ige bee to each p.issongor. JhtyWW Cliech'tl ThroiKjli fo nil Points. Through Tickets to all I'oints in the Great West. North West and South West, chea or than the cheapest, on application to 11. A. KDDY, Managing Arenl. Cilice :Steauicrs Lauding, Ogileusburg, N.Y. OKO. W. SWITH, (len'l Ticket Agent, Olliee: Cor. 1'oril ami Patterson fits, oppojite Johnson House. Ogdensburg, N.Y. H. S. UOODNO, Passenger Agent. 21U VT. IRANSQRIPT. JOB Print inG- .ST. ALBANS. II. A. CUTLER, Vi'ojn'it'toi- All Printing brought to this Olliee, both Plain and Ornamental, will meet witli prompt atten tion, at prices us low as the times will admit. Wo do our work much better than can any Olliee that will do a job of printing for nothing for the sake of depriving us of it, and wo ure ready to coinpaio our work with any similai class of printing done in the cities, both in neat ness nnd price. , Hand jour orders into the Transcript Hook and Job Printing Kstablishment if jou tako any pride in having jour printing done in a '.vurk manlike iiiuiiuei CROCKERY ! CROCKERY ! I havo just received a large lot of h'ral' ann second ipiality of Stono and China Ware, com prising two Now and Elegant PaUwua called 'Gun, Grant" Patterns. Also a large stock ot Cutlerj', Glass and Stono Ware. whie)t I oiler for aalo cheap. Pleaao call and see utfwto purchas ing elsewhere. At tho old l'arrar Block, one- door north of George II. Farrar's. P. G. SKlNNKlt. St. Alhuus, Oct 21th, lSliti. lati-tf APElt COLLAHS anil CUPPS of all Klr.da of at Win. N. SMITH, A CO'H, For an Umbrella, For a ltuhber Coat, For a Glazed Cap, For a Travelling Hag, For a Shirt, For a Box of Collars, For a Suit of Clothing, or anything In tho Gents Furnishing Goods lino, walk into NO. 2 DAllltOW J1LOCK, THE CASH STORE. L. McD. SMITH A Co. St, Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST, ST. ALBANS, DOWNING tt STEERE v nop niJ'iToits TTA1UI MKALS or Lunche.i served. at ull Y T hours, in tho beilt stylo. Fresh Ualiiiuorc Oysters, lteceivcd daily nnd supplied to tho Trado at wholesale prices, 10G dAwtf