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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUR1SAL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1903.
3 Tlmrsdny, 6'cpteinber 10, 1903. ARTHUR ROPES aencrnl Edltor, 1 FOR A NEGRO REPUDLIO. A uogro ropabllo iu tlio Pl.ilippiuos is tho lntost dronm of Mr. J0I111 Toin plo Grnves, nnd ho boliovos it to bo tlio ouly fonslblo plnu for solviug tlio uogio probloin of tlio south. Mr. GrnvoB, iii comuion wltli nmuy othor studonts of tlio niattor, boliovos tbnt tlio white aud black racos caunot livo togotbor iu ponoo nud tlmt tlio conu try'B islnuds iu tlio Enst nfford nu op portanity for sopnrntiug tliotu forovor. Iu iin addroBS at tlio UuivurBity of Ohicago tlio othor duy Mr. Gravos mado publio liis schomo nud iu do fonco of it ho bronglit n hopoloss viow of tho progrcss of tlio uogro oxpori mout at liomo. Said Mr. Gravos : Tlio oxporimont of political oqunl ity hns had thirty-olght yoars of tiial. bnckod by tlio pnwor of tlio Fodornl govoruinont, nud by tho sympnthy of tho world. It luis fniled. From tho bogiuuiug to tho hour that holds us, it has failcd. Tho racos aro widor npart nud moro autngouistio thau thoy woro iu 18G5. Thoro is less of sytu pathy, nud moro of tousiou thau tho racoa havo kuown siuco tho torriblo dnyB of rocoustrnotioii mado chnos iu tho south. Fotir docados aftor liis ouiaucipatiou tho uogro is iu poiut of faot loss n frooiunu aud influitoly less a citizou tlmn ho wns iu 1SGS. Tho tnmult of tho tiiues nbout usproclnims tho coutiuuod oxistouco aud tho uu rocouoilud oqnntiona of tno problom that ho makos, nud iu tho couiuiou judgniont of niniikind tno legcud fnilnre is wrltton largo nud loworing nbove tho tottonug fnbrio of liis oivil rights. A Ghinoso wnll of projudico shuts out tho south ou this qtiostiou froui tho sympathy of tho Amoricnn pcoplo, nud although fratonuil plnti tudes may cross it, aud politicnl alllli ntioim mny scnlo it, nud conmioroial iutorchauge uiay ruu its oleotrio wireB uuder nud abovo it, aud although bnt rootutly military loyalty has seemod to shattor it, this wall stauds, iu tho sight of God aud of iiatious, aud hcdgos iu tho south as n soparato nud pcouliar people, hiudorod with niisap proheusiou, hold nloof iu prejjdicp, nud frotted by, a criiicism which, if sometimes fouudod iu philnuthropy, is too oftoii oxpressod iu passiou aud nnswored iu bittornosa. Aud so loug as tho problom stands tho old slavo Statcs of tho south, uuwilliugly, pro testiugly, dospniriugly, aud yot iu ovitably, must bo nud will be tho cou tiuniug gap iu tho mnguiiicoiit liuo of our untiounl unity. Discussiug tho Btibjcot of tho ballot iu tho hnuds of tho black uiau Mr. Gravos sajs: r -It is n problom of moral docaj. It uomoranzos politics. Wliorovor a black supremncy is threnteued through a black majority tho black ballot is straugled without rcservo iu tlio blnck hands that hold it ngaiust tho safety of tho Stato. This is wrong. It is illogal. It is moustrous. But it is truo. Novor, novor, iu a thonsaud yeais, will tho uegro, uortli or 60uth, be allowed to govoru iu this ropablic, oven whoro liis mnjoritios aro plaiu. Wo might as woll lix that fact iu our ini&ds to stay. No statnto cau oradi cato, uo publio opiuiou cau removo, 110 nrnied forco cau ovorthrow tho in iierent, iuviucible, iudestructible, nud, u you will, tho uuscrnpalons capacity nud detormiuatiou of tho Auglo-Hnxou raco to rulo. Mr. Gravos thou rohenrsos tho fa miliar story of tho imprisonnient of tho woraon of tlio south by foar, aud ho dofiucs tho issuos of tho qucstiou ns uuity of tho ropublio, matcrinl do volopmout, purity of politics, politi cnl iudepeudouco, rospeot for tho bal lot, rovorouce for tho coustitutiou, tho safoty of onr honios, tho sanctity of oar womou, tho suproniaoy of lnw, tho sacrduoss of jnstico, tho intogrity of raoo, and tho uuity of tho church. Mr. Graves would havo a roasouablo aud cbiiBidorntb plau for carryiug out tho work of soparatiug tlio racos. Ho would gaiu the black mau's consout nud thou with govoriimout nid would proceod slowly aud with cousidorn tiou. So far as tho groat oxpouso ls coucernod Mr, Gravos saggusts that Englnud has just agrcod to oxpeud 500,000,000 iu ordor to buy out Irish lnudlords aud heal a painful soro iu tho politicnl lifo of tho uatiou. As to tho physicnl problom Mr. Ginves snys that if ouly tho vessols that brought foroiguors to oar shoros from 1880 to 1885 lmd carried back to Africa ns mnuy uogroes as thoy brought inimi grauts to thoso shoros uot a siuglo black mau, womau nr ohild would havo beeu loft iu tlio couutry iu 1885. Mr. Gravos arguoa ugaiust tho theory that tho uogro is iudispousablo to tho iudustrial lifo of tho south nud suys that tho cousus provos this is no lougor truo. Ho nlso holds that the PERRY DAVIS Instnntly rolieves spralns, stralns and brulscs. Tnko no substituto. 25c. and 50c. bottles. plnu 1b n suporb inducoinont to tlio uogro for iu it wonld bo fonud froo dom, iudlvidnnlity, nud tho oppor tunlty of nu itidopoudout couimou woath, iu wliloh ho would bo frood from tho nuoqunl oompotlliou of n suporior pooplo, nnd givou a ohnnco to dovolop n ohnrnotcr nud to dom ouBtrato tho morits of hiB loadors nud tho capnoitios of tho rnco. Ho would havo it that uo whlto mau voto iu tho uogro Stnto to linrnsa tho uogro's conn oils, that uo uogro voto iu nuy othor Stnto thau liis owu. Iu olosiug his nddross Mr. Grnvcs said : For half n huudrod yonrs wo linvo wrnuglod nud fought nud blod nnd diod nbont this blnok mau from Afrlcnl Ia tho wrnuglo woith its fenrful oost? Shall tho gront uorthoru sootiou of our coin mon couutry nl waya turu ita hand ngninst tho gront Bouthorn aoctiou ol our couutry? Shall tho voung Amoricnu of tho north atool liis hoart ngaiust tho youug Amoricau of tho south ovor an aliou's canso? I appoal for Caucaslau uuity. I nppoal for tbo imporlul dos tiuy of our mighty raco. This is our couutry. Wo mado it. Wo moldod it. wo control it, and wo nlwnys will. Wo havo douo great thiugs. Wo havo mighty thiugs yot to do. Tho nogro is nu ncoidout au unwilliug, n blainoloss, but nu uuwholosomo, 1111- wolcomo, holploss, unnssiinilnblo olo- mout iu our civill.ation. Ho ia uot mado for our timcs. Ho is uot frnuiod to sharo iu tho duty nud tho dostiuy which he porploxcs nud boclonds. Lot us put hiin kiudly nud humauely out of tho way. Lot us givo him 11 bottor chuuco thnu ho has ovor had iu his tory, aud lot us havo douo with him. SOMETIIING IN A NAME. Thoro is n toudouoy 011 tho pnrt of Vormoutors, nud doubtloss this is trno of othors. to bo dissntisflod with tho unuios their fathors bestowod 011 tho mouutnins, stronms and lnkca of tho Stnte, aud in many casos tho dissatis factiou is ontiroly cotnmoudablo, for theso uatural foatures woro uot couut ed as of groat importanco in the oarlior dnya, nnd it mnttorod littlo whothor thoir linmes had nuy pnrtic ulnr appropriatouoss or uot so loug ns tho pnrposos of idoiitiflcation woro sorvod. Lator gouorntious, howovor, havo obsorvod that whatovor iB beuti fnl iu tho lnudscnpo is of valuo to a rurnl Stnto aud tno pooplo havo sot abont makiug roformntions iu the mattor of uauios. Usually good ro sults havo beou obtaiiied, for whilo tho uow nnuios aro as moaniugloss as tho old iu most casos, tliQy aro nlmost ahvnys more nttrnstivo nud that is souiothiug to bo vnluod. Occnsioual ly too, tho uow appollatiou ia moro np propriato thau tho old as ia tho caso with Lake Moroy in Fnirloo. It is uot niauy years ago that this bonuti fal sheot of wator was called simjily Fairleo Pond, which indicatod uothing moro thau tho fact that it was a body of wator locatod iu tho towu of Fair leo. Tho namo Lako Moroy, how ovor, moans n gront deal, nud us timo goes 011 it will sorvo to koop nlivo tho story of Onptaiu Moroy, aud how sov oral years boforo Fulton launchod tho Olormout ou tho HudEou, thiB mau rnu n boat by stoaui ou tho Oouuoeti cut xivor aud ou tho lako which bears his uamo. This is au iustnnco whoro tho spon sors did a good thiug but 011 tho othor hand thoro aro iustnuces whoro tho onposito is truo. Tho Jourual wishos to call atteution to 0110 of theso, aud iudocd it may bo said that tho subjoct is moutiouod only for tho opportuuity it affords to do this. Tho instauco ro forred to is tho growiug habit of call iug .loo's pond in Danville by tho moro euphouious, porhnps, but cortaiu ly by tho loss significaut uamo of Lako St. Josopli. Now this boautiful body of water dosorvos tho titlo of lako as muoh as do scores of othors liko it iu Vermont, bnt iu adoptiug tho namo of "St. Josopli" iustcad of plniu uu ndorued "Joo" mueh is snoriflced and littlo gained. Tho numo St. Josopli moaus nbsolutoly nothiug iu this iu stauce uuless it bo wiso to oanouize au iguornnt Now Brunswick Indinn who a century or so ago mado tho regiou aronud about theso wators n part of his hunting ground. Joo, tho Iudiau, nud Mollv his wifo woro char ncters that will evor bo ass'ociatod with tho hi8tory of uorthwoslern Vor- mout bocause, loug aftor thoir f ollows of tho Coos tribe had disnppeared.thoy livod as relioB of tho sottlor dnys. Mnuy stories aro told of Joo nnd his dusky wito in nll thnt regiou from Nowbury, nomiually thoir homc, to tho Cnuadinu bordor for Joo wnndored far aud wido thoro iu scaroh of ilah nud gamo,or perhapa to moroly gratify the uomadio instiuct thnt was n part of his nnturo. In this wny tho two bocnuio kuowu to nll tho oarlior sot- tlors of thoso pnrts, nud somoouo with a sploudid sonso of tho fltuoss of thiugs callod two pouda iu tho hoart of tho regiou iu houor of tho Iudiaus. Tho largor body of wator Bitunted iu Dan ville aud Cabot wna cnlled Joo's poud, whilo the smallor just ovor tho wator- shcd iu tho lnttor towu wns uuniod iu momory of Molly. Thus for gouorn tious hnvo tho nnmes nud momory of Joe nud Molly boon kopt frosh iu tho couutryaide far nnd nonr. In rocout years Joo's poud, liko ao many othor Vermont lakos,has bocomo popnlnr ns n sumnior rosort, nnd cot tagoa dot its shoros ovoiywhoro. With this inllux of cottngora has oomo tho doairo for n highor sonudiug uamo than Joo'a pond aud so ouo froquontly hoars nnd seos tho plaao moutiouod as AINm THE PURE GRAIN COFFEE Tho coffco babit is qulckly ovcr como by thosc who lct Graln-0 tnko its plnco. If propcrly mndo it tastcs llko tho bost of co.Tco. No graln coffco comparcs with it in flaor or healthfulness. TRY ir TO-DAY. At grocerg cverywhcro : 16c. and 85c per pnckage. Lako St. Josopli. It is nll right for tho owuors of proporty nlong tho shoroa of this pond to koop in tho pro cossiou nud cnll it n lnko, but it sooms n pity that iu doing so n historlonl nud rathor romnutio namo shonld bo snorlflcod. Wliy would it uot bo ns woll to cnll it Joo'a Lnko or Lnko Joo, aud thus lond tho doairod dignity to tho uamo without wipiug out outiroly tho faot that it is tho ouly uatural mounmout to tho momory of tho last of his rnco iu this aoctiou of tho Stato. THAT MOUMON 1NVASION. Somo commouts of tho Journnl ou tho possibility of tho introductiou of Mormoniam iuto Vermont lma nrousod a little uowspapor discussiou ovor this snbjoot. Tho liarro Tologrnm hiuts thnt tho Jourual is qunkiug just n lit tlo nt tho thought of n Mormou invn sion of tho Stnto nnd tho coutempornry stnteB thnt it has "too much conll dcnco in tho comiuou sonso of our peo- plo to thiuk twico nbout tho prob nbility of nuy of thom bocomiug con vorts of tho Brigham Youug doctrino. " Tho St. Albans Mossongor ia uot so sanguiuo of tho linbility of Vermont ors to withatnnd "dolusiousof vnrious kinda." nnd snys: Wo nll dolight in n most optimistio npprociatiou of Yaukce shrowduoss nud ponotratiou, but, liko othor pooplo who havo too oftou coufueod shrowd uoss with knowlqdgo, wo havo fro-quoutl3- ovorreaoh'od onrsolves iu au attompt to bo too clevor. Wo havo boou buucoed moro thau ouco right horo in Vormout, and it is a somowhat remarkablo fact thnt this vory Stato hns iudirectly holped to put iuto oir culntion aomo of tho most absurd meu tal dolusioua thnt ovor mado nu iutol ligout believer ridioulous iu tho oyes of his fellows. Meu aro still living who recall tho dnys whon tho Millor ites wrappod thomsolvesiu thoir white robos nnd nscendcd hilltopa nud nioun tniua to nwnit tho ond of tho world. Millor passod mauy yoars of his lifo in Poultney beforo his nbsutd uotiou cnruo to atteutiou and it ia probable that ho thoro moditatod aud ovolvcd tho grotesquo froak that aftorward came to such pitiful collapso. Evou tho foundbr of this sumo Mormouism that Tho Tologrnm rofors to was Vormoutor, aud tho ovidouco of liis barofacod frnnd hns boou oxposod ovor nnd ovor ngain but npparontly to uo purposo. The Messougcr would uot trust the pooplo of Vermont n6t to embraco 1 Mormouism nuy quickor thau it would tho pooplo of Now Hampshiro or nuy othor similar State. Tho fact is that, whilo thoro is 110 likolihood of thoso Mormou missiouarios makiug any considorablo iiumbor of converts iu our towus, exporiouce hns nevoitho leBS sliown thnt thoy may, for nll that, striko somo conimuiiitios horo I and thoro whoro thoy will succood in proselytiug puoplo of whom such a woakuoss novor would havo boou sus pectod. The ouly way to bo suro thnt Mormon missioimries do 110 harui horo is to moot thoir nrguiiients with tho fncts everywhere thoy go and novor abandon the ilght nntil thoy do. Tho Jourual is by uo moaus torror- ized nt tho thonght of Mormou doo triues boiug preaohod iu Vermont aB suggosted by tho Tologram, nor cau it be so sorious ovor tho mattor as tho St. Albans contomporary. It iacou- codod that a peoplo is alwavs bot tor with a roligiou thau without, uo mattor whnt that roligiou is. Now, nccordiug to ohuroh aud othcr reports, a largo uroportion of Vormoutors do uot olnim to possess nuy partioular ro ligiou, as that' torm is gonorally nu dorstood, aud aa tho toudouoy of uuin kind is toward this sort of thiug iu ouo way or nuotlior it would soem us thongh tho Stnto all'orded a splendid flold for roally ouorgotio workors iu tho cnuso of Mormouism or auy othor issuo thnt has boon or may bo iuveut od. Tho Messouger's suggosts that tho way to prevout Mormou missiouarios froui doing "harm" is to meot their nrgnments with fncts aud novor aban don tho ilght. This is n gosd sonnd- ing suggostion, but tho uiothod has boou triod whorover tho quiet oaruost workors of tho Mormons havo gouo aud all tho timo thoy hnvo continuod to briug thousands iuto tho fold. So Ver moutora mny rest nssurod that whou tlio ohuroh iu Utali.or olso whoro, choosos to sond missionaries I1010 thoy will flnd flolda ripo for tho barvost nud nrgu meuta won't hindor thom from gnthor- ing iu tho sheavoa. Bnt reully thoro aro just aa bad isms ns thnt allogod to havo boon ovolvod from tho uightmnro of Josopli Smith, nud ovon if it shonld Tho Surest Romody is 's Lung Baisam It nover fails to curo a SIMPLK COLD, llRfVVY COL1, nnd nll JJltOXCHLAJi TltOU KLES. Largs Dottle $1.00. Mcdlum Slis 60c. Small orTrlalSho25c Endomcil by nll who havo trlcd IU pormoato tho Stnto n littlo, it would stlll bo hnbltablo for pooplo who might uot caro to ombraco tho doo trlno nnd thiugs would go on protty muoh ns thoy do uow. A GHOICJE FOU JUDGE IDE. Tho St. Joliusbury Ropublican ovi dontly seos hnmor in tbo auggogtiou of Judgo Ido for Govornor of Vormont whon it snys: "Hoot hns roslgnod na soorotnry of wnr aud Tnft succooda him. Wrlght hns boon mndo govornor of tho Philip pinos iu Tnft'a plnco, wliioli mnkos Jndgo Houry 0. Ido, vico-govomor of tho Philippines. Woll, wo don't blamo him for uot wnntiug to stay iu Vermont to Bornp for tho govornor ahip." Tho vory thought is humoroua now aud indoed it hns boon nll tho timo whon it ia consitlorod thnt had Judgo Ido nccodod to tho wishos of somo of his frionds ho wculd hnvo givou up n positiou full of tisofulness, opportu uity nud houor for tho ohnnco of wiu ning nuotlior thnt is nbout aa dovoid of thoso throo olcmenta ns nu oillce woll could bo. Judgo Ido is to bo vice-govoruor of Philippinos nnd ho doubtloss know it whon ho camo to Vormout oarlior In tho yoar. But whothor ho did or uot, it rnises n suiilo to thiuk of hold ing out to a mombor of tho Philippine couunissiou tho govoruorship of Vermont nnd nskiug him to lny down thp ouo for tho pur poso of tnking up tlio othor. As comuiissiouor Judgo Ido hns had nnd will hnvo n part in buildiug a couutry, whothor that couutry bo nvontually n kiugdoui, ompiro or pait of n groat ropnblic, whilo aa Governor ho would havo 1111 inaugurnl recoptiou nud bnll, possibly ?no vcto, nud tho privilego of aigning two Thnnksgiv ing nud two Arbor Day proalniun ions. Isu't such i propositiou hu morous, nua if uot whnt is hunior? No, tho Jourual is not trying to bo littlo tho ofllco of Govoruor, it is simply commonting 011 whnt tho poo plo of Vormout havo douo, or porhaps whnt thoy havo lcftuudono in makiug and keoping this office ahuost puroly omamontal. L.1MJT NOT 1113 A C111SD' Wnshingtou, Sept. G. It is re portod on good nuthority thnt tho grand jury now in sessiou iu tho Dis trict of Colnmbia will sbortly roturn truo bills in the postofllco cuies, not oiily ngaiust thoso nlrendyuudor other iudictnionts, but ngainst n fornior high olllcial whose uamo hns boon mcntionod, but whoso popsiblo cou nection with nuything out of tho way has. uot beou soriously considorcd. It is nlleged that tho stutno of limit ntious doos uot npply to tbo mattor uudor consideration, aa it couuerns courtacts still iu effect. If tho iu dictnionts suggosted matorializo it will produco a grenter sonsntiou nnd moro polioicnl disturbnnco thau nuy dovolopniont which hns yot trnnspired iu tho postoillco scnndal. Scratch, scratch, scratch; uuablo to attend to busiuoss duriug tho day or sloop during the uight. Itohiug pilos', horrible plaguo. Doau's Oiutmont cures. Novor fails. At auy drug fcioro, 50 ceuts. DID AL,1j 1113 CO UJbl). Loudou, Sept. 4. The defoat of Sir Thoinns Lipton's cup challongor, Shamrook III, was rocoivod iu Loudou with ntsoluto listlossuesa. The cou cousus of opiuiou is thnt Sir Thomas Liptou had douo ovory thiug thnt timo aud money could nccomplish nnd wido sproad sympathy for him is showu. Tho chiof hopo oxprossed iu tho streots is that Oauada will ontor tho lists uoxt year aud possibly succood whoro tho mother couutry haa failcd. It BooniB improbable thnt, iu viow of the fniluro of Shnmrook III, nuotlior ohnllenger will soou be dospatohod from Eugland. j A littlo lifo may be saoriflced to n suddoii nttnok of oronp if you don't hnvo Dr. Thomas' Eolectrio Oil ou hautl for omorgeuoy. VOIjITICS OF THE Tllir. Thoro wero ex-GoveruoM Govornors ns usunl ou tho Gnuio outiug Fridny and Stato politics woro not so discussed ns cn somo liko nud uext Fish aud although enrnestly occasions still thoro wns "sometbing doing" in that liuo. Tbo two nnmea most fro qaoutly meutioued' woro without doubt thosc 1 Lieut.-Gov. Stnuton nnd Hou. Josi;ph A DoBoor, but n goodly uumbor of others woro spoken of. Ouo uow namo nppurarcd iu Gol. T. 0. Flotoher of St. Joliusbury nud it wns rnmorod thnt his frionds woro in earnost but no ouo meutionod how tho propositiou would striko tho "mentioutd" himsolf. A GUlilOUti MJSSION. Borlin, Sopt. 5. Tho Germim gov oriimout haa ordored tho oruisor Fal kos, uow iu Amoricau wntora, to vislt nll Oubnn ports to invostignto politicnl oouditions nnd report 011 tho vnluo of tho hnrbors from n unvnl nnd 1 strntoido noint of viow. Tho crulser j is to effoot n dotnilod survey of Onbn. Oonsidoriug Amoricnu sonsitlvonoss, ! surprlso is oxprossed horo nt tho I Fnlko's mission which might onaily bo coustruod to bo in offeet to tho , Unltod States. The dlstractlng htadnches from which bo mnuy women sufler uiake life n daily purgatory. If mcu uffered with head ache ae wotncn do, butlness would be almoet at a statistlll. Does not the fact that meu do not sutfer from these aevere headaches suggest thnt tbere must be 0 womanly cause for thcm ? When tha womanly organism ls dis coscd, haadncbc, backacbc, nervou9nesi oud BiceplossncsB are conseqilcncea which are aure to follow. Dr. Pierce'aPavoritcPrescriptiou curei hcadacbes and other achcs and paine by curing their cause. It cstnblishes regu larity, dries unhcalthy drains, hcals in ilaiumation aud ulceration, and cures feruale weakncss. It toothes pain nnd builds up the ncrves. It trnnsforais weak, eickly, uervoua invalids into hapjjy, healthy women. Thousauds bave testtucd to its marvelotts mcrits. "I took two bottlea of your ' Fnvorite Prejtrip tlon1 ond twoof thc 'Oolden Medlcal Dlscovtry' ond on fcclliifr well," writcs Mrn. Dan Mc Kcniie, of Isrwoy Mlneii, Capc nreton Co No Scotln. "I had utcrine trouble. pain ln tli ilde ond lieadaclie. Af tcr tnking your mtdt dnes I ffot well. You raov oubllsh this or ubc it ln any way you tlilnk best, ni I cannot jpeak too hlghly of I)r. I'ierce ond his niedictucs." i "Pavorite Prescnptlon" has the testi mouy of thousands of women to ita com plete cure of womanly dlseases. Do not accept an unknowu aud unproved sub stitute in its place. FrtEit. Dr. I'ierce'a Conimon Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on rcceipt of stnmps to pay expense of mailing only, Scnd twenty-one one-cent stamp3 for the tbe book in paper covcrs, or tiiirty-one stanipa for the cloth-bound volume. Addreas Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. TI11ED. Waut to hoar tho ohickous peoping Uudoruenth tho hollyhocks, Waut to hear tho crickots ohirpiug 'Mong tho grnsses nn' rocks. Wnnt to seo tlio cattl'o comiug Dowu across tho pasturo sido, Want to seo 'em stop, n-Sdriukin' From tho trout-brook's rushiug tido. Just to sit down nftor suppor On tha ol' bnck porch, nu' henr Plnintivo cnlliugs of tho whip'wills Ooming to mo soft nnd clenr. Far away 1 kuow n farmhouso With a mouutnin up bohind ; Applo trees n-bondiug over Alwnys whisp'riug somothing kind, Liko to soo tbo silvor mooubonms Falliug ou tho ol' black stoop Au' to hear tho nighthawks crying, Oryiu' oro ho makes his swoop. Want io drop it all nu' scnmper 'Wny from bus'uoss, work nu' toil; Wnut to got right dowu to Nnture, Wnnt to strotch out on tho soil, Wnnt to hido in tomo bnck couutry Whoro the troljoy'll uovcr be, Whcre tho hrirdost working crcatnre Is thc droning honey beo. Wnnt to honr tho crickot ohirpiug 'Mong tho grnsses au' tho rooks, Want to hear tho chickem peepiug Uudorueath tho hollyhocks. Boiton Jourual, The Qenuine vs, Counterfelts. Tho gonuiuo is alwnys bettor thnn n eonutortoit, but tho trnth of this statomout ia nover moro forcibly real izod or moro thoroughly npproointod thau whou you comparo tho gouuino DoWitt'a Witoh Hazol Salvo with tho mnuy couutorfoits nud worthlesa sub stitutos that aro on tho mnrkot. W. S. Lodbottor, of Shreveport, Ln., snys: "Aftor usiug numorons other rom odiea without beneflt. one box of Do Witt'a Witoh Hnzol Snlvo cnred mo. 1 For bliud, bloodiug, itching nud pro trudiug pilos uo romody is cqunl to DoWitt's Witoh Huzel Snlve. Sold by Rivora Bros. I'ATAl, ACCIDENT. Newport, Sopt. C. A brnkcmnn wns killcd nt Nowport Thursdny uight nbout tou o'olock. Whilo John E. Bishop wns workiug in tho south ynrd of tho Bostou & Mniuo railroad, his foot was cnught betweon tho rnil aud gunrd rail, whilo putting iu tho pin of n coupler of whioh tho obnin waj broken. Ho was throwu undor tho cnrs nnd out to piocos, soveral cars pnssing ovor him. Ho was twcuty-two yoars old. Ho lonvea n wifo, two childron, a inothor, nud two brothors. JJS T1L13 CAllllIlUSAX SEA Now Orloaus, Sept. 5. According to n report just reoolved tho stcamship Goorgo W. Kolloy of tho Bluefiolds Stonmship Compauy'a lino hnB found orcd iu tho Cnrribonu Son duriug tho recont hurrieano. Sho was bound from Bluotlelds for this port nud wns frnit lndou. The nrew of flftoon nnd ouo passougor aro bolioved to havo perishod, PLEASANT THE NEXTMORNIHG I FEEL DRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. Mr iloctor saynlt aoU Bentlr on Iho ntomich. llvnr anil kldneys aml It a nlBasant laiatlte. Tlila dtlnU ll najo (nim herlia, n.l i nmmrutl for uso at oally ai tea. ItUoalloa "l.nnu'ii Tca" or LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE Alldru(mllorbymllS5oU. andtOots. llujlt tl duy. l.nmi'H 1'iiuilly AIulti-iiio moti'ii i lM biitrclN cnrh iluy. ln ordor tu ,m lwaliUy thta' iiootuury, Adarooa. Uoi -'05. Ut Hoy, H, Y, ABOUT VmtMONT. Tho report of tho cattlo tostod un dor tho now lnw ainco Jnn. 1 is glvon ns npproximntoly 0000. Tho uumbor of cnttlo found disonsod nnd con doiunod for tho flrst six moiiths wna nbout 000. Tho 80 por cout indom ulty clnuso causoa tho fnrmor to look with moro fnvor upon tho lnw. Tho ro-nppcnrnnco of tho foot nnd mouth disenso in Mnsenchusotts will uocoBaitnto oxtrn precnution nnd cs pcclnlly cnroful ovorsight on tho pnrt of tho bonrd. Edwnrd LnFountnin of Burlington, ngod 45, died on Wednesdny of this wook from tho offects of a blow from n pleco of timbor whilo nt work ou n buildiug in tho oity of Rutlnnd.sovor nldays ngo, His akull wns frncturod. Pntrick Fniloy, n woll-to-do fnrmor of Fairflold, was robbed last Sunday of $225 by ouo Fred Bryaut, nnd n rownrd of $25 hnB beou olTorod by Shoriil Kolloy for Brynut's npprohon aion. Brynut ia describsd ns n young mau of about twonty-throo or twouty four, with n amooth aud full fnco, light hnir growing down ovor tho forobond, woight nbout 100, hoight nbout flvo fcet nino inchea stocky build nnd ruddy comploxiou and whon last ecou woro n light chccked snlt, nn outiug shirt nud n blno cnp. Ho hnd boon omployed by tho fnrniors iu tho vioinity, iu tho hny flold, nud wns lnst omployed by John Oollons, who lives on Mr. Fnlley's fnrm. Ou Snndny last tho family, including Mr. Fniloy, who bonrds with tho Col lins', nll wout to Fnirfiold to church, lenving Brynut bohind in chargo. During thoir nbsouco Brynut entored Mr. Fniley's room amoug oth ors, broko opcu n privnto drnwor nud took thorofrom n roll of billa nmount ing to .255, in deuominatiuns of ilves, tons nnd one tweuty dollnr bill nnd doparted. Brynnt elnimed that his homo was nt Derby Liuo. South Pomfret is to hnvo n now li brary buildiug and soldiors' mcmorinl. Tho bnildiug will bo of stono nnd nll soldiorsof all wars who wout from Pomfret will havo their unmes in scribed on tho tnblots thoroin. Tho sito is not yot deoided upou nud tho flunl plnns are yot to be comploted. Tho hunting EenEon opened on Tuoa dny bnt birds nro roported vory scnrco this yenr. Scnrcoly nny qunil hnvo beou soen nnd pnrtridges nnd wood cock nro fow and far botwoen, owing to tho forest flrea which dovastntcd uests in early spring aud thn cool wenthor of tho suniuior. During tho past throo months Mrs, Harriot A. Finnoy of tho Stato Hu mano Socioty has chloroformed thirty throo disensed cnts nud kitteus, tho grentei uumbor of which hnvo beon takon froui tho slreets of Burlington, nnd of this uumbor uo less thnu fifteen wero disposcd of lnst mouth. Mrs. Finnoy rnnlly does tho work of a health ofllcor aa sho kcops tho streots prncticnlly free from strny nud 3mnll nuimnls, which nro disenscd. Her work is entiroly grntuitoua nud ofteu sho fnruishes tho chloroform at hor own oxpenso. Tho opon seasou for tront closed ou Tuesday, aud n ponalty of 10 is provided for caoh fish takeu from Septembor 1 to Mny 1, next. Tho Bport this yoar haa not beon np to tho averago. High wntor nud eold woathor prevniled nt tho opeuing of the senson; thou camo aix weoka with out a drop of rnin, aud following tho dronght tho woathor conditious woro so vnrinble thnt flshermou nvoraged rathor poor luck. Takeu nltogothor the sensou hns been rathor disnppoiut ing. Bnt thoro nro othor yenrs nnd other liuos aud hooks coming, aud tho trout thnt oscnped this yoar will be in trini for tho frying pau lator ou. Tho farm Iioueo of Frauk W. Fliut, aitnatcd two milea from Windsor vil lngo nud occupicd by Guy PnrkhurBt, wns brokon into nt middny, Tuesday, whilo tho family woro nwny, nnd tho houso thoroughly rnusackcd. A. B. & M. nnd 0. V. milengo and a quantity of oigars woro takou nnd ovory drnwor was opoued. Entranco wns mndo through n bnok wiudow. Mrs. Pnrk hurst saw n smnll mnn wonriug a bluo suit leaviug tho plaoo whou sho re turued nbout 1 p. m. Tho camp giouud uoar White River Juuotiou, Otvuod by tho Adoutists, has beon pnt iu ordor for tho aunual camp mootiug of that douominatiou in this State. Sorvicea bogau ou Saturday aud will cotitinuo uutil Sopombor G. Frominont porsons of that faitli aro oxpoctod to bo prosont. TOO IUCAIjISTIC. Berlin, Sopt. 4. Gormnn nrmy mnuoonvres woro ngaiii too roallstio at Kaisorlautou, Rhoinish Bnvaria, to day. Ouo ofllcer was killod nnd six mon wouudod. This is tho socoud fn tal mnuoouvro this year iu tho Prns sinu nrmy. WAliNINO TO OltlilSCE London, Sopt. 5, Tho Spectntor, couimoutiug ou tho roport thnt tho Sultan is ondcnvoring to obtain oo oporntlou from Grecco, wnrus tho Ath ens govorumout thnt if sho nllies hor self with Turkoy sho will onru tho oninity of Euglaud nud hor untlonnl iutorcst will suffor. curedby Under all curableconditions Mrs.W.W. Lay ler of Hllllard. Pa., was cured of Chronio Dyspepsla by tne use oi Kodol. RIVERS BROS. 11ETL11K. Ouo timo I went n-wnuderiu' nrouud to seo the sights; I trnvoled on tho trolloy cnrs an viowed tho 'lectrio lights; I reckoned tbnt I'd tient myself ns haudsomo ns I could, Au' never mind tho money if tho things it bonght was g'ood. I bonght myself n guido book an' I did my very best To tnko in all tho plnces of historio interost; An' yot iu hpito of nll the wondron spots where I hnd been Tho bost pnrt. of tho jouruoy wns the gettin' homo ngin.V I cnll to mind-Fome men who turned thoir backs upou the farm An' started for tho oity, led byfamo's mystorious charni ; Thoy pnt awny tho dollnrs an' thoy said somo day they'd buy A place out in the couutry whoro tho forest nu' tho sky Mndo pictures nu' sweot musio; whoro tho flowers bloESomed fair Jse' liko thoy did when they woro boys, without n thought of caro, It 'pears to mo, no mattor what tho trinmpbs you may win, The best part of tho jouruey is tho getting honie ngin. Wnshington Star. IX A liliOOK.- r.vRutlnnd. Sopt. 4. Tho body of Jnmes Wall was fouud in tlio west part of the towu of Pawlet Weduesday in a sniall stream ou the Houry John son farm. Ohildrcn diEcovered tho body lying face downward in tho wator. Appearauces indicated that tho mau had fnllon from n little bridgo. A bottle pnrtly fllled. with liquor wns in his pockot. He had been dead sovoral days, aB tho body was badly decomposod. Tho mnn worked iu Pritchard Bros. slate qaar ries. So far ns kuown, ho hnd no rolativcs. Distress After Eatlng Cured. '(Judgo W. T. Holland of Greousburg, Ln., who ia well aud favorably kuowu says: "Two years ago I sufferod greatly from iudigostion. Aftor oat ing, groat distross would invariably resnlt, lastiug for nu hour or t-o nud my nights woro restloss. I coucluded to try Kodol Dyspopsin Onre nud it oured mo outirely. Now my sleep is refroshing nud digestion poifoot. " Sold by Rivora Bros. COTTOX FllOM AFltlOA. Livorpool, Sopt. 5. The nows of groat devolopmout iu tho cottou trado of West Africa sbmowhnt surprised the cottou iutorests horo. Cottou growing in West Africn wns regnrded as iu au oxporimoutal stago. Thirty tons of cbttoii from Lagos arrived in the Mersoy this week, aud was pro uonucod of oxcollent quality. Tho sood Bont out from horo aud sown in Jnno is oxpeotod to yield 4,000 bales. Tho flrst delivory of this orop ia ox peotod nt Ohristmns. If tho ospori uiout ia succossfnl tho oultivated aren will bo inorensod ns rapidly as possibo. CAVTUllEIi IX CAMF. Islaud Poud, Sopt. 5. Fred Blo lauti, thought to be iuipliontod iu n rovoltiug orime nt Gorham, waa nr restod yestordny by First Soleotmnu Lndd aud Orlnndo Dnuforth nt n onmp iu tho woods sovon milos from horo nftor nn oxoitlug ohnso. Tho offlcors nud oitizons traoked him soveral days nud flrod upon him froquontly. JElio mnn tnkoB his arrost coolly nudvo homontly donios his gnilt. Tho girl'a fathor nud oity mnrshnl iinvol.beon notifled. OL J y&DYSPEPJlA CURE IMr. D. Kaubie of Nevada, O., waa 1 cured by Kodol A Iot stomach 9 CU.liVhIToiiEi 4