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WATCHMAN SUPPLEMENT JUNE 10, 1890.
llalloy and A. W. Sllsby. DoleRates to tlio county conventlou: Halo G. Balloy, D. Wi MoAlllstor, F. W. aeorgo, Wllllaiu Rolllna nml E. W. Sinlth, Olilldten's day wlll bo obsorvod at the CongreRatlonal oliuroh noxt Snnday. Tlio pastor wlll spcak In tlio mornlng to tlio ohll dron. In tlio ovenlng thero wlll bo connert exerclses and Bpoaklng by tho ohlldren, Grnngo. Chlldron'a day was obsorvod wlth nppro prlate servlcos fast Sunday. MuoU lutercat la folt amonR our cltlzona lu tlio casoot BortOrockett v. Cltyof Barre, now ou trlal at Chelsea. Mlss Anna Carpenter, u former teachor lioro aiul now teaolilnR ln Barre, Bpent Sat urday and Sunday wlth Rosn Bolea. Mrs. 0, 0. Lord and clilldreu of West Topsham woro ln town sovoral days last week, Mr. Lord spendiiiR Sunday wlth tliein. Dr. Uunt of Montpelier was called to town last Wcdnosday to councll wlth Dr. II. L. Watson of West Topsham ln thn caso of Mrs. Bert Rtchardson. Thoy nro ln hopos that In tlmo sho wlll rpRaln hor uaual health. Knst Orange. Tho roada aro belng repalred, Wlll Cralgy of Orango runntng tho road.iuachino. Uov. Mr. Jonca, Froo Baptlst, preached last Sunday. Tlio sorinon was followod by a communlon servlco. Chlldrau'B day 1s tobo obsorvcd next Sun day wlth approprlato exorclscs nt tho church at half past threo ln tho afteruoon. Mrs. Rowe of Wnlt's Rlvor was n guost at M. R. Ilamlltou'H last Saturday. 1 Mlss Edlth Davls Is spondtnR tho week at Green Mountaln Semlnary, Waterbury Ceu tor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Boll of Hardwick aro vlsltliig tho Hutohlnson famtlles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott I'aluo spent last Frlday wlth frionds iu Barre. PlulnlloUl. L. Uart Croas of Montpelier was in town Monday. Tho Ladlos' Ald Socloty meets wlth Mra. Fred I'errlu to-day. Rev. J. Edward Farrow of Wllmlugtou was lu town the last of tho weok, Uov. J. Nowton Porrln of Williamstown vlslted at Doacon S. B. Galo'n last week. Tho Washington County ConRregatlonal convontlon liehl hero was woll attonded. About thlrty attended tho concort by Sousa's Band at Montpelier Monday ovou lng. Help Is at work puttlnR in a new culvert near tho 8. B. Galo woods on the Montpel ier & Wells River rallroad. Mus. It. DbYoukq of Mlddloburg, Iowa, wrltes: "I have used Ono Mlnuto Couah Curo for slx years, both for uiyself and ehlldreu, and I consldor lt tho qulckest act lnc and rnost satlsf actory cough curo I havo ovurused." W. E. Terrlll & Go., Mont pelier, Vt. North Pomfret. MIss Edna Spear is aRatn at lionie. Mlss Lou Wood Is houie from Maino. GeorRe Green is now runnlng a hulled corn cart about town. Another carload of cattlo was sold and went out of town last week, OwinR to tho slckuess of tho teacher, the school in dlstrict No. 3 dld not koep after Weduesday of last week. Summer boarders havo begun to arrivo. Mr. Charak and a little daURhter arrived at Justin BuRbee's last week, Mr. Charak ic turnlng to Boston after a two or threo days' stay. Randolph Conter. LomuelsMurphy, for a long tirne laudlord of the Randolph Ilouse, died Kriday after uoon, after a long illness. Mr. Gee, who had leased tho Damon farm agalu thls yoar, left lt last week, as dld also Mr. Ryder, who leased the David Ilowe farm for threo years and has occu pied lt about a year. It. 0. Dleuier, wlillo roturnitiR from the creamery Saturday moruinR, drove into a lot near R. M. Damon's and went to sneak to somo one, leaviug his team and a three-year-old boy. Tlio horses ran, throw Iur tho boy out, severely brulsiuR and cut ting his head, hut it is hoped uo permauent iujuries were luilieted. As announced last week, tho thirtieth anniversary of tho Normal School and the nlnotioth of tho Orange County Qrammar School will be hold Juno 14-18, beglnniug wlth tho sermon befora tho RraduatlnR class by Rev. C. II. Richardson of Norwich on Sunday evenlug. Monday, Tuesday and Wodnesday, examlnatlons; Wednesday, at two p. si.f ineotlng of tho Alumnl Associa tlon, wlth roports, remlnlscencos, poem by Mrs. Luna I'eck, readings and ruusic; at eiRht r. m., B exhibitiou, wlth several novel features. Thursday, at half past ten a. m., RraduatlnR exerclseB, wlth address by Rev. I. I'. Booth of Morrisville; at half past twelvo r. m., alumnl dlnuer, wlth short talks from niany of tho thousand graduates of the Normal School, all of whom aro in- viteu to bo presenti at eight r. m., concort by the Montpelier Glee Club. The next term beRins AuRiist 27, and for tho beneflt of the public, and prospectivo studeuts tho rules for admlssion aro appenilod: "(a) Holdera of teachers' certlflcatea ahowinR an average of seventy-flve per cent will be ad mltted wlthout examlnatlon. (&) Graduates of academles and IiIrIi schools approved by tho stato superlntendent wlll be ad mlttod wlthout examtuation, (c) Appllcauts for admlssion raay attend any public exam lnatlon held by a county examiner, and their papers wlll be forwarded to tho board of examluers and Bupervlsors for actlon thereou. (d) Tho board wlll couduct ox aminatlons on the Wednesday of gradua tlou week. (e) A member of tho board will be present ou tho llrst duy of the fail term for tho pnrposo of examinlnR candidates for admlssion. The examlnatlon will be in Bpellinc, arithmetic, physiolocy, Rrammar, ReoRraphy, Vurmont hlstory, Uulted States hiBtory and clvics." Roxbury. Children's day will bo obsorved at tho ConRreRational church next 8unday. Mrs. A. L. Wheeler was called to St. Al baus on Frlday by the serlous illness of Mlss Ethel Eddy. MIss Snsan Atkins attended tho Epworth Leaguo conventlon at Montpelier. Rev. Henry WalbrldRo of Rochester, N. II , was iu town Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Rlco of St. Johnsbury aro vlsltlnR rolatlves iu thls villago. zz Mlss Mlua Brown of Harro is at GT A. Youur'k, Mr. and Mrs, Algomon 8paldlnR and Mr. and Mrs, E. Spaldlng of Bt. Albans aro vis ItinR ln town. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Fltts weut to Windsor Weduesday. South Ityornto. M. F. Sargont flnlshed sbwIur his lumber last Saturday. Dr, J. B. DarlliiR was throwu from his waRon last Friday, breaklUR two rlhs and hrulslUR liliu qultu badly. Tho lumber, stono and other butldlnR ma torlals aro all ou the Rround for the Gibsou barn. A ganR of wood and Btone workmen bpRan operatlons TucBday mornltiR. Tho slzo of tbe barn wlll be forty-two feet by elghty-four feet, two (loors auil a basement. Communlon sorvlces will bo observed at tho Reformod l'reshyterlan church next Sunday. Tlio usual proparatory sorvlces occur on Thursday aud Saturday. Rev. Mr, Kalloush of Topsham wlll asslst. Thetford. Mrs. Henry Cummines is visitlnir rola tlves ln Jellerson, N, II. Auna Wob- ster and hor slster, Mrs. Johu Lord, have gono to Concord, N. II., to visit frieuds. 1 Marv Chase cavo a leoturo ln Acad- llall on Frlday eveulng. Sultlect, AIlss Jlarlow ol provotnents ln Its bulldluR to accomuiodato tho library. Tho health of Mamlo Nolson Is about tho Barae. Charlos Rolfo spomls Sunday at his homo from Bothel. Mrs. Albcrt Dean of Koono, N. II., is vls ltliig at S. A. Doau's. Fred Slack had his Ior rosot at tho hos pltat ln Burlington, IIo is dolug well. Fred Fuller attoudod tho county confor onco of Cougregatlonal churchos at Wil liamstown. Tho hotol atid tho houso formerly occu pled by John Klbby aro bolng paluttd, un der the dlreotion of Hoti, Aaron lClng. Tho grlp has taken a new hold, havlng atnong lts vlctlniB Mrs. Flalo Duveli, Ilonry Ilowland and Mrs. Edward Rowoll aud her mothor. Rev. J. 1'. Demerltt attends tho gradua tlon exerclscs of Roblnsou Semlnary at Exeter, N. II., thls weok, whoro MlssIIelen Rrnduatcs and is ono of tho speakers, Our band proapors flnoly undor lts loador, Arthur Folsom, as lts outdoor concort Sat urday ovonlng showed. With unlforma comploto lt wlll comparo favorably with Its iioiRliborR. Tho measlea atart as tlumgli atmlng to selzo nll vlctlma, Those already sccured nro Roy and Dalsy Rolfp, Glon nnd Emina Rowell, Ilelon Tuckor, Mabel Wrlght aud Dalay Dlamoud. Wnrren. Lymau D. Hentli, aged seventy-slx, an old and rcspected citlzen of Warren, dled suddonly last Sunday mornlng. Kust Wurreu. Tho patrona of tho creamery hero wero pald fourteen ceuts for April buttor. Tho wiro is belug strung on tho new tole phono poles, and tho llno wlll soon bo ln worklng order. Suprcme Momcnl of a Lniincli, Thut n lnttnclt ls n nmttor ot innthomnt Ics, ns woll ns of great sklll nnd labor, Is shown by tho fact that tho iniin of hcinnco who has tho matter in clinrgu nlwnys iimkos n sot of cnloulatlons showlng tlio straln of thu sblp nnd lts proci&o cniidltlou nt practically ovory foot of tho journny down tho ways. If n boat phould gofc ln tlio way, or If it should tuko an unusual loiigth of tlmo to knock out tho koel blocks, or If any ono of half a do.on thlng-! should caufo sorlous delay, tho sciontlllo nian knows Just how long ho can wait nud Just liow far thu llnilt of safety uxtonds. Tht'ro ls always ono supremo moinent ln a launcli, and lt is at nttinotlmtuscapcs tho nverago hpoctator. It Is when tho vos sol gots falrly woll iuto tho watur. Tlils ls wlion an lnipovtnnt fautor known ns tlio "nioment of buoyancy" coines Into play. If you can iniagino n vosul sllding down an lncllno wlthout nny watur Into wlilch to drop, you can seo that tho vcssul would tlp down suddonly nt tho cml wliich has left tho ways aud would riso nt tlio end stlll on tlio lncllno. Uut rcally lu succoss f ul launclics tho storn of tho vussel ls grnd tially lifted u p by tho wator, nnd thls throws tho wolght forwnrd on that prtrt of tho shlp stlll rostlng on tho ways. Tho forco of tho watcr is called tho "liionumt of buoy'anoy," and tho naturnl tondunoyof tho shlp to drop to tho bottom of tho strcani Is called tho "moinoiit of wolght." Now, tho inoiiient of buoyancy inust al ways bo greator than tho monieiit of wolght, but it nmst not bc vory intieh greater, for if it wero lt would throw tixi inuch welght forward ou tlio part of tho shlp stlll on tho wnys and nilght break thum down or injuro tlio platus or koel of tho shlp. When tlio great Engllsh battlo ship Rainlllies was iauuched, thls dld rcally happcn, and so great was tho stralu noar tho bow that parts of tho cradlo woro nctually pushcd rlght Into tho bottom of tho vcssul. It Is thls dangcr of disastcr that causcs tho scicntlllo launchor to mako tho nuMtcaruful caleulatlons as totho con dltlons MiiTouiulliig tho shlp nt ovory foot of hor journoy into tho watur. "Launcli lug n Grcnt Vcssol," by Franklin Mnt thcws, ln St. Nlcholas. emy " Woman SulTrago.' Post MUIs ls teaohlng tho vlllago school, .luna iMetclier uas roturned to Bos ton to her former placo In tho Old Folks' Homo. Mra, Luther Varrlngtou ia vls lslug a slster lu MaBsachusetts. Tuiibrldgo. Mrs. Jamos Goodwin Ituprovus slowly. The Grand Army Post Is making lui- Cniindinn Lcjrlslatoi-. lc is n inlstako to tlilnk that tho nct wlilch led to tho confcduration of tho varl ous provlnces in 1807 has nttained no hlghur nii'aiilng ln thu lifo of tho Cnna dian pcoplo than that of n constitutional unlon. It carrics with it a lnuanlng of far dcopor lmport a unlon of hearts, whoso olTsprlng ls ononess of patrlotio nini and purposo. Of courso lt would bo ldlo to say that tlio Cauadian pcoplo nro i unlt upon nll qucstlons of vltal lntorost to tho llfu nnd growth of tho Donilnlon. Tlio gco graphical iutcrustsof Canada aro so vnrlud that llicro inu&t nccossarily bo nt timos somo friction nnd olashlng of provinulal needs and ninbitions. Tlils is tlio caso nt Washington. Thls is tlio caso, too, ln so sninll n confcduration ns tho cnntons of Swltzcrland. A stranger vlsltlng tho gnllory of tho Caundiau houso of commons isstruok wlth tho dlgnlty and dccoruni whlch mark tho procoudiugs and surround uven tho wann ust and keunoat of dobatcs. Parllainontnry proceduro bclng rlgldly ndhcrcd to, tliuro is littlo room for imsecnily uncounturs, whlch usually grow out of uncallud for pcrsonnlltlus ln tho hcat of n dlsoustloii. Somutliuus, liowovur, when tho houso has beon feltting for hours, woarlud with tho prollxitlcs nnd lncohorunuli's of somu niembur from "way baok," suddonly, as lf through unity of duspuratlon, tho usual dlgnlty of tho houso ls rolaxed, nnd gravo niuinburs from such lntulluctual ccntors as Montroal nnd Toronto play tho schoolboy nnd outvlo ono another ln "shylng" bluo bouks at tho licads of sluinberlng nnd ln offoiisivo meinbors. Of tho 1315 lnomhors that mako up tho houso of comiuous lu polnt of ablllty nnd glfts 20 por cent of thcni aro bulow niedl oority, SO por cont occupy thu planu of mcdlocrlty, 40 pur cont possoss adinitted ablllty and tho runialulng 120 pur cent uro ni on of couimaudlng talont. Doimhoo'H Magazlno. Hiud Mnttresscs for Rlicuiiiatlsiu. I want to oiitor iny protost agalnst uio tprlng mattross. For a loug tlmo I havo boon troublud moru or less with musoular rhuumatism ln tho bauk aud linibs, nud lt Is always worsu at nlght than ln tho day tlmo so had, ln fact, that I am ooinpolled fomo nlghts to got up aud wall: arouud to Btart tho clroulatlon nnd thus rcduco tho paln. Ibavu always slupt on a sprlng mat tross bucausu lt was soft aml yiuhllng. Ru contly I havo trlud tlio plaln, oldfasbloned bod slat Instuad of thu sprlng, aud I ilnd that my luusculnrrhuuiuatlsiii ls duo moru to tho iipo of it soft bcd tlmn to any phys ical troublca of my own. Tho ilnn bod umlor inu has qulU) rumoved tho paln, aud I sleop very coinfortnbly. I havo rocoiu mumlud lts usu tu Mivoral frionds who havo beon troubled as I havo bcon, and thoy ro port tho samo oxcullcut rusultB. It is not necossary tu niaku tho bod dlsagroeably hard! two thlok mattrussus mako a com fortablo bud, Letter in Nuw Vork Sun. " Do you oxpcct to suffor from hay fevor this Bummor, Mra. Do Loog?" "No, uuloss niy hUBb.tnu's buslncss improvds." OUR BOYS AND GIRLS, A Lost Typc, 0h, for i Kllmpao ot a naturnl boy A boj wlth trecklod face, Wlth foroliend wlilto 'noath tmiRlcd Imlr And llmlu dorold of Rrncoi Wlioio feet toe ln, wlillo his olbows flaie, Whoie lcneen nre patchcd nll rrnya j Wlio tnrna ns rod aa n lobitor wlien You glvo titm n wordof prnlso. A boy wlio's born wltli nn nppctlto ( Who scoks tho rmntry holf To oat his " pleco " wltli roaoundlnK imack Who ttu't K"no on hlmaelt i A " ltoblnBon Cruioo " rondlnR boy Whoto pockets bulgo wlth trnali) Who knowa tlio uao ot rod nnd Kun And wlioro the brook trout aplash. It'a truo he'll ilt ln tho caaleat chnlr, Wltli lilahnt on hla toualedhends Thnt hla hands nnd feet nro eyeryjvhero, l'or youth innat liavo room to aprond. Ilut he doesn't ilnb hla father"old man," Nor deny hla mother's cntl, Nor rldlculo what hla etdera any, Or thlnk thnt he knona It all. A rongh nnd wholonomo naturnl boy Of n good oldfnshloned clny) (lod bleaa htin, lt ho'a atlll on earth, l'or lio'll mako n man somo day. Detrolt Kree l'reaa, Tlio Mottso nud tho Cniidlc. A littlo mouso onco Uved undor n pnn try whoro nll iimnner of good thlngs wero stored. IIo fed ao wrll on theio tlalntlcs that ho bccaino qulto fnt and very concelt cd, too, for hothought that tho good thlngs wero placed ln tho pantry for his ospeolnl benuflt. "Thcsogood pcoplo," sald ho, "do all ln thclr powur to mako mo hnppy. I, too, can mako tliein happy by tastlng of nll tho nico tliings thoy placo boforoino." So ovcry ulght ho went rcgulnrly from dlsh to OKh, ntbbllni; n littlo bit from ono nnd a littlo bit from nnothcr tintll ho had nlbblcd at all tho dalntlus, bosldos leavlng othcr slgns of his uildnlght vlslt. Ono vory hot suniincr'ri nlght ns ho crcpt into tho pantry ho saw thcro two tall whlto thlngs, wlth beautiful shlnlng bod los. Ho didn't know that thcy wero only wax camllos, to ho gazcd ln udnilrntlon of thelr boauty, wondering who or what thcy could bo. "Porhaps," sald Iio, "thoy aro tho good pcoplo of tho houso," and ns ho mused thus tho candlosbcgan tobcud ovcr wlth tho heat. "Oh,"saldho, "thcy nro bowlng to mol" so ho drow hlmsclf up proudly, and thcn bowcd stlflly to tho caudles, whllo thcy bcnt lowcr nnd lowcr untll thclr hends almost touchcd their fcot. Thon tho luouso ran off and bcgan his round of tnsting of tho daintlcs on tho dishes. Woll, it. hnppenod that ho folt very sleepy that nlght, so prusently ho sat down nnd rostcd agalnst ono of tho candles, nnd thcro ho soon fell fastaslcop. Xow, whllo ho slcpt tho candlo mclted wlth tho hcat and droppcd upon hlin untll it quito cov orud nll but his noso, but when thu carly mornlng caino tho nirgrowchilly, aud tlio wax Ijceanio hard agaiu, so that tho mottso was huld u prisoner in tlio caudlo's cold clutch. At last tho niouso nwoko nnd was hor rlflcd to flud that ho could not niovo iinnd or foot, for ho was complotoly covorod wltli hard cold wax, whlch hold hlm ns flnnly ns nn lron oaso. IIo squcnked nnd whlmpcrcd, but no holp camo. Thcn ho cricd: "Oh, fool thab I wns to fall into such n trnpl My fathor has oftcn sald, 'Bowaroof tho oxaltcd when thoy boud low to tho humblo.' " As ho snld thcso words n sorvant ontorod tho pnntry nnd took up tho caudlcstlok, butwhonsho snw tho mouso's noso sho screamed nnd throw tho candlostlck into a pall of wator, and tho poor niouso wns drowncd, nnd that wns tho sad ond of tho concoitcd littlo niouso. Now Btulgot. Tho Eiiclinntcd rumpkin. When your littlo brother or slster has a birthday pavty, nml you wivnt n novelty as n conturpli'co for tho teatalile, try tho "eii clinntcd pumpkln" and m;o what ftin it will mako l'or tho gticsts. It ought to bo a prizo pumpkln, and a big onu, Hcoop out all tho lnsido. That wlll do well eiiough to mako plcs out of for grown up peuplo on days that aro not blrtlidays. Thon stult it full of toys ticd up in niysterlous luoklng Ijundlos. To each packngo tlo n brlght ribbon, lotting tho looso cnds fall out ovcr tho sldos of tho punipkin; thcn carcfully ro placo tho cnp or stcin part, whioh you cut olT, so thnt it wlll look ns lf it wero stlll wholc, aml placo lt on your tca tablo. Surroundcd by fc'rns nud colorcd autunin lcavcs and dccorated with tlio tlroopiug cnds of tho ribbons, lt will mako a vory protty ccnterpleco. When tlio fmwt ls ovor, sot tho childron to guossing how niany soeds aro lu tho pumpkln. Whon nll havo guossod, toll caoh to tako hold of ono of tho rlbbous, nnd when you say "Throol" thoy must pull on tho ribbons, nnd ln that way thcy wlll seo how niany soeds nro in tho pumpkln. Of courao cach littlo gucst sccures a protty glft. Exchaugo. A Dog-L'ossossetl Doll, Its mlstross was a littlo glrl who loved Uolls as woll ns dogs, nud when out walk ing sho taught her dog to carry her doll. And what do you thlnk happuned? Tho dog foll tu hivo wlth tho doll! Doggy would carry dolly about for hours and takolt into his keuiH'ltobolilscouipaulon. Uut, sad to say, tho ilog's fcollngs wero tainpeml wlth. When othur littlo glrls luarncd of his attaohmont, thoy would knook atthoowncr'sdoor and wiy, "Plcaao can your dog eoino aud glvq my dull a wnlkK' Tlio iwilt was ho becauio a gen oral lover and would walk out wlth any klnd of doll that camo to his door. Uut niark how ho was piinlshedl Ho bccaino tlio slavo of his pnsalon. Not con tcnt wlth cavi'.vlng n dull when usked to do lt. bo bcgnn to prowl around, nnd whunuvcr he sn- a dolLln a ohlld's arins ho wuuld walk up KtcaTihlly nud selzo it nud carry lt nll. Ilu has beon known to cnptiiru I'our on u slnglo day. And all tlio childron of tho placo and their fathors aml inotlicrs nro up in nrins ngnlnst tiiat dog, and thoy tleclaro that lf that doll possessed dog docs not niund his ways ho wlll bo brouglit to an oarly gravo. Pensions of SO to S12 a month are pald Boldiera, rlch or poor, with sliglit dtsabll lties,' contractod ln or out of servlco, undor nct of Juno 27, 181K). Thoso now peuBlonod undor thls act can comploto nny Biispoudod, dolayed or rujocted clalm uuder tho old law, and rocelvo tho arrears. Wldowa ontitlod, wlthout rogard to causo of soldler'a death. No charRO unlesa Buccossful. Address, T. J. Deavltt, Montpelier, Vi. Suffku" ln ordor to bo wiso, nnd ln bor in ordor to have.