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25 Oct 1861

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Hyde Park Lamoille Newsdealer (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Hyde Park, VermontL am o i l be �1w s d e a l m. Vol Lav pahk yer Mojsl to Friday october 25, 1861. M Ember 48. A. Howard jr., me Fortuna brat ibo tort iii i within three month. J 1,40 Bitor thru month. The Farmer. To sailors Slit of the Windy deep. It soldiers Praise their Armor. Put in my heart this Toast ill keep a a the Independent when first the Rose in Robe of Green unfolds it Crimson Lhing and round his cottage porch is seen the honeysuckle Twining when Banka of Bloom their sweetness yield. To bees that gather Honey. He drives his team across the Field. Where skies Are soft and Sonny. The Blackbird clucks behind the plough Rhca Quail i Pes lend and clearly ton Orchard hides behind its Bough the Home he. Loves so dearly the Gray old barn whose doers unfold his ample Stoutin in measure. More Rich than heaps of hoarded Gold a precious blessed treasure hut yonder in the porch there stands. His wife the Lovely charmer tie sweetest Rose on All his lands the Independent Fanner. To him the Spring comes Dancin Gly. To him the summer blushes. The autumn smiles with Mellow Ray he sleeps old Winter Hughes lie cares not How the world May move no doubts nor fears confound him his Little flocks Are linked in love. And household Angels round him he trusts in Hod and loves his wife. Nor Griefs nor ills May harm her he a natures Nobleman in life the Independent Farmer. I chafed spirit. She Calicut lip cultivated a i Meek an quiet in incr and Calm self con i tool was her Graceful Evrard. Great Frauk a Ness and cordiality of Luann or were Hap i Pill blended with great prudence. Her refined taste shrank alike from All display on her own part anti from All coals guess on the part of others. In the free Intercourse of Friendship now Ever bore a warmer Kinder Howait. She was Beneficent to a fault her Charity did not evaporate in Good wishes How Many hearts bless her for timely Aid and encouragement How Many afflicted families have Felt her unobtrusive sympathy and the Light of her personal presence in the retirement of Home How considerate How amiable and How exemplary she was they Only can Tell who feel that in the daughter in the sister and in the from the Home journal. Doubt was at an end and he went out the Olden . \ fully convinced of the miraculous leap. Jul Pina across the Mohawk River. J stepping into the tontine he found a but Jones hims if was no bad hand at Host of quidnunc in the bar room. A a did you hear what happened to Young a hoax As the following adventure will exhibit. A one afternoon Early in the fall Jones and myself took a ride to the Cohoes Falls. The season had been uncommonly dry. And the bed of the River was Bare except a narrow Stream in a deep Channel about Midway some Twenty feet wide. The projection of the Rock near the right Bank which when the River is at Ordinary flood is deeply covered and forms one of the most striking beauties of the Cascade was entirely dry and we descended by it to the Pool at the foot of the fall. After we had regained the upper level we walked out to the Edge of the Stream and Friend they have lost one whose place can remarked he could almost jump Sarah c. Dougherty. Tvs give place to the following because it relates to a Jurson Well known to Many of our readers and it will no doubt be read with interest by them. We wish however that the writer had Given More of a history and less of an Eulogy or at least Given incidents in the life of the Siili acct illustrating the Good qualities she is said to have possessed a a i his amiable and esteemed Young woman the eldest daughter of Bev. James Dougherty died at Johnson on the 3d Irist. In the 27th year of her age. Bliss Dougherty has been for several years a valued and successful teacher. She had rare qualifications for this work. And her devoted life is worthy of mention to embody its spirit is a Noble but difficult attainment. In her influence As a teacher she had attain cd great usefulness the the habitual dignity of her character was opposed co All Mere showy appearances. The Law of her life was sincerity realities Lonc were dear to her heart. She clearly the teachers duties and obligations. An idea in her mind was a gleam of Light and she loved to communicate it As clearly As she saw it. Her affectionate tenderness and unwearied Devotion for their Good won the admiration and Confidence of her pupils. The silent Power of her Loving and devoted life Uii a oods piously attracted them to her. They knew she loved them they Felt the singleness of her Friendship the blended dignity and Courtesy of manners endeared her to a Large Circle of and friends. She was universally esteemed. These characteristics combined with her assiduous Devotion to study and labor and her Clear mind secured for her tho Rich and Peculiar honors of the teachers life. Her attention to her text books did not Hamier her mind or prevent general Reading and Liberal culture. Refinement of taste delicacy of feeling and a judgment of remarkable maturity and ripeness blended in All her actions. The same traits of heart and mind made her the 1 Wise counsellor of her Puj iils and friends. Her imagination was enriched with historic and Beautiful imagery but it was kept under the guide of a Wise judgement. Though she would clothe her sentiments with appropriate and Graceful illustrations yet they were rather the acid Nisi tio is of thoughtful Reading and careful observation than the play of the imagination. Her intellect Wols eminently a practical one. She had great skill in Sei Piug the main Points of any question and placing them in Clear Light before the minds of her pupils. She Lowed the contemplation of principles but in her application of them she could make allowance for the actual Start of things in the world and society around her. The greatest Cal guess and sweetness of disposition were Manifest in All her relations. No High Tonos of voice or dark expressions of countenance in difficult and trying Sooves indicated an in Riutor and not be filled. The testimony of All who have known her most intimately would prove How fully she had herself of those qualities which shed around the Little world of Home the Serene and unbroken Sunshine of cheerfulness and of i hit Ion. But the chief excellence and Grace of her character had its Root in religion. She loved the teachings of the Bible she Hirauk daily from its pure and ennobling a a trems. They gave freshness and Beauty to her thoughts they threw around her talents the Charm of originality and the loveliness of Christian generosity. Devotion and a a Good deeds a United Grace fully in religion wit i her was an inner life working outward into practical per teen ass. It was an altar lire purifying the a whole it was a seeking after the bounding pulsating life of love purity goodness and truth. Christianity found in her its truest expression a Christ in you the Hope of it was a principle and a spirit influencing Lier whole life it was in lick whole character it shed everywhere the hues and Bloom and fruits of spiritual life. Hers was a practical religion uniform steady and noiseless As tic Light of Day ii was a full of mercy and Good the refinement and polish of her manners her intelligence and cheerful nest her affability and tenderness won her the esteem of worldly minds without any sacrifice of principle or concealment of her Christian character. Such was her life. In went out gradually through a Long and painful illness Lii he was borne patiently. Jesus Softon cd her dying Pillow. There were no raptures but there was peace. Gods messenger came and she answered serenely 1 will arise and go to my a fit death to a fit life. E. the Boston journal says the Green Alou Naiu boys have thus far led the Van and we have no doubt that when the a a tug of War comes the Confidence of the government in them will be fully justified. The descendants of Ethan Allen and his Brave followers Are not the men to flinch at sight of the foe. To the it. 2d is allotted the Honor of thus heading the Union column. It is now occupying the Advance position at Lassins Villa and expects to keep it up All the Way Down to Manassas. Every morning at 4 of clock says the new York Post s army correspondent Gen Smiths entire brigade is drawn up in Battle array to be in readiness for attack. That is tho hour out of tho 24 a tin attacks Are most Likely to be made and As this brigade is in a very exposed position it is at All times ready for an attack. The Hills near Lewisville will very soon be so fortified As to make the position i impregnable. Another Brilliant exploit on a Small scale Marks our naval of iterations a Large rebel Schooner was Burnt in Diu Frics Creek on the Potomac Friday morning by a boat expedition from tho Steamer Union. I hero a was handsomely done and the men retired safely although their clothing and the bout were riddled with balls. Across it. The next Day after breakfast As we were descending the Steps to the sidewalk he slipped and Tore his pantaloons which were then worn very tight across the knee. The usual appliance in such cases was a handkerchief bound Over the fracture with a slight Limp in the walk in order to induce a belief that the limb was wounded until the tailor could apply the legitimate i remedy. The oldest member of the alar quist a boarders was a lawyer in Good practice who for his excellent character and amiable disposition was tie acknowledged Mentor and Moderator of the fraternity. His p., in business was a dutchman of one of the oldest and most respectable families in the City Hiu self endued with every virtue and beloved and respected by All Olio knew him and withal of a grave and dignified Demeanour. In the afternoon Jones limped into the office of the parter Nurs and Frimd with them a countryman and fellow student of tie elder a practitioner at Schaghticoke afterwards much renowned for a Lucid exposition of the difference in doctrines Between the presbyterians and the reformed dutch Church which he gave in answer to in re Sidcot Madison a inquiry. A a Why sir a lie Sai i a a Uliey sing Long metre and we sing Short a a you appear to be lame or. Jones a said tie gentleman. A a what is the matter with your knee a a a of nothing serious a was the reply. It might have been however for the adventure was very a a what was it a asked the interlocutor. A i should like to hear Why really sir a said Jones a a i hardly dare relate it for it is sgt Iner edible that no one will believe a let know it a said or. A a a a you have excited my curiosity to the Well then a said Jones a a at the risk of being set Down As another Munc Haunson i will relate it. I went with a Friend yesterday afternoon to visit the Cohoes full and we found the bed of the River above them so Bare that to walked Halfway across and there in a very narrow Channel the water was running swiftly. I am a pretty Good hand at a leap and 1 to jump across. My companion tried to dissuade me but taking a Good run i cleared the chasm and came Down safely on the other Side. I thought it would be easy to leap Back again and so it would have been but my foot slipped upon something probably eel slime a and i reached but half Way. Although i swim very Well the current carried me within Twenty feet of the fall when by great exertion i shot into an Eddy caused by the projection of the Bank above and got Safe ashore. I Iliad a very narrow is Zajic. But i am quit for a lameness which will Wear off in a few this was said with such an impenetrable Counte Niide that it commanded in lick. Besides. K had but the Day before Jucs yesterday a a said he. A no nothing extraordinary was it a a i think it was a Here plied. A the jumped across the Mohawk River and coming Back fell in and was near being carried Over the Falls 1 saw that tho water was very Low As i crossed the Bridge on we tuesday but 1 did not think it was so a jump across the Mohawk River Why Harman you arc quizzing us a a a no no 1 i am serious. Jones did actually jump across fell in Tomii g a Pooh impossible you Are running your old rigs Ubon ,�?� cried one. Again the fact was asserted with a grave countenance. Shouts of inc Requil Ity and ridicule from every Side. A a it is All Humbug he never did it a said the first speaker. A a he did for i saw him do it a said vexed that he could find no he to new Haven bade me fear god Andi a a a Here we Are a said our conductor a i obey his commandments Honor the presi know Dolly has two hammocks empty Dent and a i in authority under him to and Shell take you in for my Sake. Come t he Fonfe Elcartes have made a dash at the zouave on Rosas Island near fort Pickens and according to their own report surprised them routed them Aud destroyed their Encampment. Crossed tho Bridge below the Falls and noticed the River above them which appeared but a thread yet he half doubted and turning to one of the partners a this Isa most extraordinary adventure or. S. A he said. A it is indeed a was the reply very gravely uttered. A a what do you think Mauny who asked turning to tho other a a did you Cier Bear anything More surprising a a a never never a was the response obey Ray teachers and be industrious in studies. With these admonitions i was sent Forth to Tough it at College where with the exception of the lad who accompanied me i was a perfect stranger. College fare was hard enough. The commons were scanty in Quantity and deficient in Quality yet 1 made no complaint never called the Steward who was an excellent and pious citizen and leading Deacon of his Church a a holy Jerry a the fir Yurt by which he was known in the Hall a ver scattered the food about nor very loud at such pranks committed by others although i was on one occasion sorely tempted when a neighbor on my Side of the table threw a Pat of rancid butter about the size of my fist into the left Eye of one opposite who suffered it to remain there occasionally nicking of a piece to butter his bread in the Hojic the a Tor would make his round Aud push the sender but this catastrophe was prevented by a Lucky shot with a crust of bread we iii cleared the adversary a Eye before any member of the faculty made his appearance. The first vacation had arrived. Myself and chum had a most ardent desire to see new York and we each had written Home for permission to go there and for funds to Bear expenses and in our Best suit after putting what changes of raiment were necessary in a Small trunk we went on Board a new Haven packet bound to the great City of which Captain Abraham Bradley was master and owner. Now the fashions of that Day differ materially from those of this. Me were dressed both alike Nan keen Short breeches Cotton stockings having Zigzag longitudinal stripes of Pale Blue and deep indigo alternately with White cloaks steel knee buckles White waistcoats White cravats till in an elaborate Bow the embroidered ends carefully , and Coats of that curious mixture called by Many Pepper and Salt completed our costume. And thus equipped we set out on our travels. Two More shy or diffident boys the College could not have sent Forth yet nerved by our curiosity to got on Board the packet. The passage was a Quick one hell Gate was passed the Steward Munct iii us in a bottle of wine As we went through and an hour after breakfast we landed into Barling slip along Side of a other packet intending to sail for Home in the afternoon. As to were about to land the thought struck us for the first time where we should stay while we remained in town. To go to the tontine Coffee House near by we did not dare and we concluded to seek some private boarding House. It was our intention to ask information of the Captain but As he came out of Bis state room in full dress with his wig newly powdered his appearance was too formidable. We might have applied to the mate but to had made some scurvy jokes about our stockings culling them a a schoolmasters stockings a and we disdained to ask him. Our Only resource then was to inquire of some person whom we might encounter. We landed and passed up the slip. We met several persons but their aspects were too forbidding. At last a Jolly tar came rolling along. A a what cheer Ray hearties ? Miether Bond a who asked. Hero was an excellent Opportunity for our inquiry. A a we Are looking for u private boarding House a i replied. A a can you recommend us to a Good one a a a the Best in the whole City a he answered. A a come with Moray lads. Ill fit you in no l Hon taking an Arm of each be turned into a Street with a Board at the Corner water Street a lie vers. 1 i in Pencil to come in at this time. A a Here comes one of Jones friends a said the obstinate Doubter. A a did Jones jump across the a Mohawk River yest Luy a he asked. A not that i know of a i answered. A a m e were at the Falls together yesterday and Cliine up and Down the Rock from one level to the other and stood on the Edge of the a a did he not jump across a asked a a a a no a i replied. A a he said he could almost do a a then 1 am completely hoaxes a said or. A. A a m by Hannan How could you who arc quizzing everybody be so easily fooled and then to say you saw it done a a a Well he told the Story so seriously in tic presence of my two friends r a a and a and they both took it so gravely Liat i thought i might venture Ray Tudor Semont. Any Man is Safe in swe ring to what Mauny b would say but i am cleverly in the evening he called at the Marquis a where we were in full conclave. A a or. Jones he , a a 1 have i axed hundreds but was never so victimized he was the Best of companions Aud we All sought to draw him on to relate his celebrated a a experience which have Given stitches in the sides to everybody that has heard them. One after another related some personal anecdote and Jones gave a history with variations of our sympathy for tic sacrifice of our Dvine Aurora to the horrible ogre Richard Crawley. The name of Heartley seemed to Rouse him. A a what Harry Heartley my old classmate a he said. A a i heard he was married. But is his wife the charming creature you Jones and myself gave from the hear of Aurora 8 loveliness. H scan a Kes about our stockings culling them a Nice place to disputed cd to move him but did not touch the schoolmasters stockings a and we Dis territory Between the two armies South of right chord. Perhaps it was a Little in to ask him. Our Only resource the Potomac must furnish anything but Strung by his recent Adventura at length then was to inquire of some person whom quiet and peaceful places of residence. Our Mentor a a our guide philosopher and ight encounter. What with picket skirmishing and the Trind a began. Landed and passed up the slip. We depredations of marauding soldiers to say travels of a freshman of Vale in 1798. Met several sons. But Thiv aspects Wco nothing of the of a furious most of you gentlemen have related too forbidding. At last a Jolly tar came Battle one would think that tho Region some of your juvenile a a accidents by flood rolling along. Would be completely deserted by All save and i will now Tell you of my Quot what cheer Ray hearties ? Miether the contending armes. Yet it seems not Advent in this state and my first entry Bonds who asked. To to so. The array correspondent of the into tho great City of new York. I was Here was an excellent Opportunity for new York Post says that a about fifteen years of age when i first on our inquiry. Gentleman who owns a Small estate near to Rcd the freshman a class of Yale col a a we arc looking for a private Board Falls Church went Over a Day or two Deco lege. This was before Young America ing House a i replied. A Canyon recon to look at his tenants was born or at least before be had been med us to a Good one a the family has remained m the Dwel seen in new England. There we were the Best in the whole City a he an Ling through tho whole troubles of pick taught a spartan veneration for age and a world. Quot Como with Moray lads Phet skirmishing Aud sea Roc a Day has pass due regard to station. The sight of a fit you in no de for a Mon i that they have not wit cocked hat which usually denoted a min then taking an Arm of each he turned nos cd Saugus diary us from their win ister or a magistrate was sure to cull into a Street with a Board at the Corner Dows. Tho building Lay Between the Forth a respectful Bow and a doffing of on which was instr tied a a pickets neither party venturing to it the Beaver from everybody and a thrice and passing a few houses Canio to a Small on one of Casioa a Federal Soldier Vontur rave Rutial greeting from youth of both two Story wooden building painted Yel cd Down to the Well for in me water and a Gugg i Low Over the door of which was a sign was shot dead by a rebel Bullet while my father was at his duties in con which purported it to to tho domicile of drinking. In Here the body remained for a Gross. Aud my excellent Mother in of nil a a Dorothy and it signified that Day or two. The House itself has been Ding me to the care of a neighbor who she took a boarders and lodgers a and pierced with bullets but none of the fam was about taking his son my classmates old a a oysters and up Aud ill show you your he dragged us up stairs where there was a Large chamber h ung with hammocks wherever there was room for one and pain thug to two in a Remote Corner a a Talmre a said he. A a you will be close together As snug As need no objections were made by us to this arrangement and we descended to the front parlor which was nicely sanded and tolerably clean. Here we found the Landlady. A a Dolly my girl a said our conductor a a Here Are a couple of Nice lads for Hoarder Vou must make much of a a that i will a she said. A a Good Bye till dinner time a said our Friend Aud he went his Way. Ave could do nothing better than to ask the Terras of our hostess for Board and lodgings for a week which being ascertained we ordered a dozen of Fried oysters and some Porter. These were soon forthcoming. We asked the Cost. A a a ill put it in the Bill a was the answer. But we insisted on paying and we were left alone with the exception of a Large Pairot. Which Hung in the doorway which opened to the Street. Here was a dilemma and How to extricate ourselves ? we concluded to discuss the oysters and leave the event to time Ilie oysters were gone the Porter nearly exhausted when we were startled by a hoarse voice a a we hat a pair of confounded Lubbers a rang close to our cars. W e looked about for the speaker. Nothing was to be seen. W e Oji Ned a closet door but it was empty. While we were til us employed the tie same voice from tic outlier Side of tie room repeated a a what a pair of Roii founded Lubbers a a has ave turned Aud detected the Parrot in his . Seizing the pint pot a dashed the remainder of the Porter Over the insolent Bird who equalled like a fury and then we both took to our legs and pushed for the slip. Turning the Corner before our Landlady could discover us to hurried on crossed the deck of Captain Bradley a Sloop taking our trunk on Board the homeward hound packet and ensconced ourselves in the Cabin till she was fairly us Der sail postponing our exploration of the City to a future Day. Ave All enjoyed the Story of our Friend but none More than air. Who being now in the vein gave us his a a experience in his Best Stylo frequently referring to Roe for confirmation of some fact with a a you remember the time Jobson Quot a i was when we boarded with fully Douw a and such peals of laughter never before resounded in the alar quist a domicile. For my part i could hardly forbear bursting out anew after 1 got to bed although i had contracted a pain in the Side by too much indulgence during tho narrative. Ily Wero Karma

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