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ohodil Woe iinto Siiit lliat O irith hitf p tiiA , th « t‘Ftittetli the Bottle to Him andMaKeth Him Drnttlteiif—Ha^. 1^.15. __________ Woe nnto Them Iffirning, that they may follow Stroiig Brink!—»lsa. 5.11. i r o K 2 . m W LONDON, CONN., THCTltSDAY, APRIL 11, 1867. NUMBER $4 u u m WM. • M tttnnnt: A. MroraORAlf, NoHri^ > .T U ir amO.Piita . OnCTBR. Windaor ] iTOH. br W«M]fer4n. J 4THALL. ormd«<4»wa . L&HGOWM. nypMotk. fWpiiimw.Uai»Maarc Iftt.. Citr. IBBAMWai: BAltStLL4 BtCri>WN. BartfMd. m . t IL PJUTT, U W<md«to^ OMBTIT^IOir o r TH1& GONVECnCUT tftllPfRANCS t» n o » . _ awl te ante tkft ufci»wi«ei ortolrtafcrtlaeaee <to»«ntn-tnrtrat l f ------w—--.p. lhe ovcrtknwof «ke A sim C tiie ' wiiMB ftw U nL (Bfffct TIeft n 3 lM % *w e ic lH 7 for co tMpoafleifce, a B w o rtti« 8eg a iM>i > Tr—■ r c r , an ■ a ■s e e a ttre CaauBlttae, to oe M d e v « r « h e Cor-wn> nnai,in jBacntmer, bo, e» a ad a .'itt .g C Z i r *—1 la teY m JbneucS. T»e algiit Ttoe fm td e a ta ahaU be Auaen ftoai the vartou eoaaOea^t iheOoimpoiid ___ _ iBM-naiHT «r tta afU taoftte OaloB iad the«Mrtrol oftetltfiiil;, atialt ba coiamlrted to an BsecatiTe Ooai«ltti>i>, « f» ahatt pnteat a wrfttea nport or tttdrdobiga at aaaaal aeeUnK iBd ahaU be empowereOo flU teiroora^aay vb. = T S s s r ? i ? s s ^ s a j ^ i ? s s s . ^ aeaaotfatedbTtl___ i S K T ^ e a i o ^ : ^ . Um to an ciirtada* theState^rho m i Tract BT HIS sxoULiorprt J08Et>H R OOVKKNOB o r THB 8TATB O f OOmnonOOT, A rVOCl.ABIATt»M. After the nmaaet of oar fittbei^ ta 'nr^ emit admowM^ieimeiit of vior defieideiiM upon Ood, I doberabf i|i]K>iat^jaikATf n i HanrnATHDAT ov A rm n n , to beob- M»red M ft day of p t i l^ HitniiUa> tion and Ptftyier. Abd I eftniestiyTecoiiiiiuM all p<ns WHM Bospead tbeir osdiilHilioi* the da> to serious m^italioa uid pioiUIc itnd priTftte worriiip f t&at we mfty^ haaubfe oiir* selTes befoie the Almighty, sincerely confei-sing car sins, atid praying dMnestly ibr per* donthw ifc Ohrtt. mmi to we n<ay lead teller liyes hereafter and obtain for oaradVMynd onrooontiy tiie smiles of our infiidtely wise and lorii^ heavenly fiither. Given under my han^ and the . !,. - .1] .O iJU -iJ J .l'i ! I. iB:€l Fhelpa. Glfaplain ofOoniiecticat State ^ j p » i ^ j i ^ i 9 |^ o]r Hartford QoV' X D B e n ^ ; Cdifen^ice Hnissionaiy and ■tiember of Harwich Free d in i^ -Qnaiterly Conference.: L. a. •eid ofdie State, ftt the City of Afftfordy this the thirtieth day of MaBClii, .4B tfaayear of o«r Lord one thonrand dj^t hundred and si^-«even, and of the indepeikdedecof theUMted SiatM tiie ninety ftrtt. . JOSEPH a ^ W U Y . i ^ s comiaand, SCgB PIMmDBNCB OCMfflXRENCB. J teT oc^y morning varioos Kq>o<ta Iffefe presented and someoommltte^i|»pdnted.— fa theaftemoc^ Bev. |pr. Ftasgi^, Item the committee on Sun^yf^hoo^ 'ported the ■ftitistic^ of the Diate^ jfig the year. The rspoit Hmt the Kew Lfwdoft District was:— lo f to d e le a rW i l ia in . wUckahaU be.Mai: C<*Tn0VltakflBlftiUllMSfeaiwJ^^-tbasMitdbaliaft. pt »i«—ptiiMiwpBi*iMtinW| ay lertawr bjrthe enforce a u n t o f law, 07 efforta focr Uie ■a ppi— icm o f the ■an a fte ta reo fia to z lc a tln g berecagee, or by any otb- «r ■a a n r e s which alwMI not a em toCbekxeeattTe voeatfttee to be aabTemve o f the objects of the Da- MM. and each aazffiadet ahaU be xeoopilMd by a vote • rth eB n cn tiv e Committee. ^ A a n a u ltt. T baaanaia meetfaig ehaH b e h d d o n A e third Wednsediy In Ja a n a iy .a t n ieh a ^ ia e c a a the BBBeatfTe Coourittee ah d l deaignate. . B at the tmanrftVff* ehall hava power to ckaagedMttmefur eoS d en t reasona. AnmoixU TheKseeaitfa Oomiolttee sbaUmake ^ S i c m U . This C o a a O t a t i o n ^ r ^ altered or » a i-a il^ a t mar aanoal auetlng, by a rote oftwo* Iririto-aftte ■w abw ap re a e n t Anboatrfbattohs Ear tbe Union ah o a ld b e ie n tto BABSLLLA. HUIISOM, Hartfard. !vew iA>»i0 0 w coinvTT t e » - P E K A ifC E m v io a i. LISTOrOFFICEBS. mmriifir> of fiohods, 56; scholars, 6,013 ; avuage attendance, 8 ,^ 0 ; conrerpions, 860. The District had contributed $263,92 f<nr the American Kt)le Sode^. ^ y . E. H. HiUffeld, from the committee onieBqiieranee, n ^ r te d ftlong seriraofres-oliitfons tHdch wereadoiited, lile^I^ng untir' ring efltots totbMwiia; jmltirtpigllieiicenaB aO pM y in d if: to . criminality of in |t^ p e tiuib^' 'iiiW y th a t muititndes of our iinong knen fnil wdmen are befaig mined by iitl^tMdty andikn^^ Uiat to drinli intoiaca^ ' luori as a tem a g e eyen modera^y ^___injd, and tfiat tlie church should insist ifiiai Mtalabsfineiicis'as ft condition of niidm M A ip i raboam en^g the use of umntoid-ojiti^ g -irinointlie edetwaiion of the Loid^ ^ that^ all wined wldch contain al 4»i!HMm8lKd'fhmr'the solembl-tiea of tbb Ohrisfian rite ; that the church should rescdutely o tiose the use of totwcco In the cmnmuni'.y; recommencUng the Pub-licatimis of the American Publisbing house, and e x t^m g fraternal greetings tothe newly formed Gongtesrional Temperance Society at Washington. In the eyening the app<rintments were read by the Bishop when the Conference adjo u rn ^ Hne die. Of former pastors in this oistrict, Key. Wm. liyesey, and D. H. Ela, are assigned to the d ly ^ f Ptoridence, Rey. Dr. F.'Up-ham, to Newport, Bey. H. W. Conant, to HiUylUe. HON. WM. H. 8TABB^ New London. Tiea naannmar SKV.B.<rM'>'<<«S. - • Lebanon. RCV. D BRAINBBD, H iN N T ADAMS. B W T lMPKCf 4. ■fCBARl>A BHBBLBR Lyme. - Oiia^d. Nnrwich. • SwnliiKtoa. Bxaecnya cAKHimB, JNO L DBiriSOK. Norwich. RRV.If.W.CONANT. UncaaTiUe. RICV.T L. SHIPMAN, Jew ett City, C.PRINCB 3r<*w London. RKV LBUViCitMOitR, O.^enmuiTflle. ooaaa-povDare aacnRABT REV. I.. B. LITBRMORI. Myatie Bridse. TnnAainuw, C- PRIRCB. Hew Umdon. coxsTiTirnoN. A m n cw l. Thia AaMcUUon shall be called the Haw Lon ion C«Mnyr Temperance Union and ahall le a a a ll la i f tedw T am p a ia a e e UiJon o f Conoectl* ?ftt. AameLn >. The ohjecta o f th e Union aliall be to pro n-iter.heoheenranoe o f total abatlnence from all b to iio v d n g llq n o n aa a bererage, and the orerthrow of the craSe In them for aneh p'iipoaea. A b tic lb S The oflloers o f the Union anail conalai 9f a PTMtdaat, Vice PrertdenU, a Correaptmding SeeretftTT, wlio ah%ll *lao be Treaaarer. and an Ex-scntl ve C »mm<tt«« of fire , o f which the Oorreapond* la g 89cret«ryaball be,«»^|feio Chticmaa. i i n m x t . (*ae mem'iera o f tU a naaoelatlon pledge xaemMlyea to ab a ttfa wholly from the nae«f alllMostMting d riak a a a a h e r e n ^ , and to lab o ' to • s ta n d the orlneiplea and Meaaliige o f temperance. AanoLCS. Portlier cnnd tiona o f m<4nbenbl|. ahall be th e iMyment o f fifty cents, annnally, for Mie ^ w t r y o f t h e Union, and signing th e Oonstitn-tiOA A«Viois6. The time for th e an n n al m eetinc o< ^ ......................... IMS Union ahall be the in d. W... ed■ nesd■ ay of Noveimnib er M tchs Carresi>oidtnsr8 ^ r 8tMry«halIl>eempoweren to chinire th e tim e, for anfBdent reasons, to any vthar oonvenlentday o fth e month. AauBuT. The Union tfhali hold quarterly con- #antlot«, Md tir ttiese and other meetings of he o<datr. It ahtll be thedntyofthe Corresponding flecrataryto arrange. A a n o u S . Tae Constttntlon may be altered or wetMfnd «t «ny qnwteriy convention by a vote of w o t ld r l s ^ the m i nucra present. The (Milo Lm^atnre, whidi n»t long ago n A n ! iMnlino^ nflhurr has reyersed that ftdkn, and bodi bnmeaea have passeda bill lUMliittg it in the State. The House : tiie bill to disfkftnduse Rel>els and ik fitrm and hfts sent it to tiie Senate for District Attomcj Lyndi, appointed by Gea. Sheridan to aucceed Andrew J . Her-n a , iatBBdstohaye.ex-]fayor M o i ^ ex- GUef-of-Poiice Adams and ot^hers indicated « id tiled IbrtlM part they tooic In the riots «r iiit Jidif* U 'tb tj are ianooent, as they • l i theirftleaik d a ia , this will give them t i r f te le thwawlTea. Adead iitfutt waafooadbe ■H tt;th e a te |iao r the Bcoadwaj chBrehat MiTtaeidiqr. W The appomtments for tMs district are as follows: n w ioin>oN duhbiot. Prodding Elder, Pardon T. Kenney, Post Office, ^ew London, Conn. Mew London.—W J BoblniBon. East Lyme and Lyme.—^Lewis E Don-ham; one to be supplied. Mystic Bridge.—Wm H Stetson. Westi'riy and Hopkinton.—Geo AMorse; one to l>e supplied. llyslic.—^ohn Loyejoy. Gale’s Ferry.—^To be supplied. Uncasrille.—A F Park. Monlyille and Salem.—^To be sapplied. Norwich.—Main Street Church, £ J Hdnes; FreeChurch, M P Alderman ; Sa-chem street churdi. Geo S. Alexander; North Churdi, N G Lippilt Greeneyille,—S A Windsor. Baltic.—Supplied by A B Best. HopeylHe.-^upplied by OE Thayer. CMswold and Volimtown.—Supplied by A H Foibush and H H Arnold. Pliunfield.—^To be sui»plied. Canterbury.—^To be supplied by D Bradley. D anidsonyille.—Geo W BrewsteK Putnam.—^Robert Clark and H S Rams-delLW est Thompson.—Warren Emerson. East Thompson and Thompson.—D L Brown and J W Case. North Grosyenor Dale.—^Lorenzo Blood. East Woodstock.—^To be supplied. VITest Woodstock.—^To he supplied. Eastford.—Sapplied by M R a^m . Gurieyyille.—Supplied by J . Pack. South Coyemiy and i^doyer.—Silas S Cummings. ‘Willimantic.—^Edgar F Clark. Lebanon.—To be supplied. Tolland.—^To be supplied by J Forbes. Square Pond.—^To be supplied. Willington.—^Tobe supplied. StftffordyiUe.—Nelson Goodridi. Stafford Springs.—Wm T Worth. Somers.—To be supplied by T W Douglass. Hazardyille.—^Robert Parsons. Tbompsonrille.—Richard Donkersly. Wapping.—J H Cooley. Qua^ville.—^Wm. Turkington. Rockville.—Jno W WUlett. Yemon.—Supplied by J D Weeks. North Manchebter.—J Efllis Hawkms. South Manchester.—E B Bradford. East Hartford.—C H Winchester. B um ^ e.—James S Thomaa. Bastand South Glastenbuiy.—^Edward M Anthony. Portland —Wm O Cady. Bast Haddam.—JoelB Bidiop. Warehouse Point—Jno Cooper. ' WindsoryQ^e.—^B M daiice. Haddam Neck—To be suppUed. Eaat Haddam and Marlboro'.—Scppiied byMHoward. Cddiesler and H^nm.—To be supplied b f JMOL THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. , WAaHnroTOH,rD^ C., ApnL lst, 181^. pause of tempmnce .neyer look^ so e il^ iu v ^ g as at; the present time. While opr^countryainid its .nepreswtatiye men are engi^ed in ^ ^ g i ^ work of political recon-staction, and white these men have becfvne the obseryed of all observers. Yet in tbfB ibi^y. dure 10 dO rigM, and declm it to be their intention and puipese to mgage in the work of moral as wen as political reconstruction ; them-seiyes as being radically in favor of the great temperance reform. And not only advocate .>ut men who illustrate by a noble example the principles they advocate. The time has been in the histoiy of our countiy (aad i blu$h to say It U) whra for a man In pbiiticiij life to declare himself In &vor of tmperance would have been consumate folly rad equivalent to a political death warrant " Bpt to e s have changed since then and now a man is honored rather for his virtues, than his vices. Old ideas which had nearly become ^liduonabl^ have been swept away in Re trogressive age, and will soon, become absolete. Those who have for so man/ years kicked txutily against any and every-thing, that looked like progress or reform, are being swept away, and washed into oblivion by the incoming tide of moral and Christian Influence. With this view of the state of affitu-s, I think we ^ say to the g n ^ fa rn i^ futhfnl and loyid men of the country, who for years have fought vice and corruption in every form, *‘Look the day is brealdng," and the sun of righteousness will soonshine over and upon all the land. Then let the condemnation of a just and indlgnwit people rest on lum who dare advocate the infernal traffic rum-selling.^ Men high In sta-t) d|^ftnd higher In the eBtimation of their fellow men, are enrolling themsdves under the banners of temperance. Gen. O. O. Howard ‘‘the christiRU warrior” is a member of a division of Sons of Temperance bearing his name. itenator Tates was liitiated Into Good Samaritan division a few nights since, and has been a regular attendant at the meetings since, andlhearof many more, good and true men who are following their example. Pennsylvania under the leadership of her noble Chief Magistrate has joined in the onward march. I would that I could consistently re cord the name of our Chief Magistrate among the “honored few.” But my pen refuses, It endeavors to tell the truth; with regret 1 am compelled to omit his name from the roll ot honor, and with pain to say ‘‘he Is all that IS left of that which once was man.” A retiring/Senator from one of the Pacific States, rthe only one who voted for the continvanee of the sale of liquors In the CapUoly though many others might have withheld It, he was ihe only one drunk enough to vote for I t He Is Senator oo longer. One monument the less of a “nation’s shame” Yet one mobb to tell of pros-peets blasted, and Intellect and reputation destroyed by the use of the intoxicating cup.- A monument of his own folly; a few days and “sadden death,” “cause appoplexy” willhaveto be announced in his case, and then regrets for what he-is and charitable thought for what he was and might have been but for that soul destroying habit, will min^e with our prayers for the welfare of his soul in the hereafter. No honorable record will be left by lidm who was once among the first In the Senate of his countiy. Then an eloquent man, now a drunken driveller. A sorrowful picture Indeied for our American Statesman, truth makes more painful pictures than fiction, examples must be quoted, and it Is frell to take prominent ones that the effect may be felt Temperance never brings a man Into disrepute Imong good men Intemperance always wilL K. The president surprised the Senate, Saturday, with a communication stilting that he has effected a treaty with Rnssla by which all its territory bn this continent and the adjacent Islands Is ceded to the United States. The strip four hundred miles long extending down the Pacific coast is especially included, thus excluding British America from the ocean there. The territory has been controlled for many years by a Russian and American fur company, which has several thousand men in its empioy. The other In. habitants are some 70,000 Esquimaux. The Britidi Jiplomats are exdted about the matter. The treaty will be considered by the Senate this week. The price to be paid for the territory Is seven millions of dollars. It covers about 894,000 square miles, and is vdoable mainly lor Its fur trade and fisheries. The treaty was ^ e d on Saturday morning. It must be ratified by the Senate, and the m)proprlatiou for payment must pass both liouses before the treaty can go into effcct A PsouuAB Station.—On the littlo Miami railroad station called Morrow, a nf^^w b ^ em a n on the road, who didn’t know the names of the stations, was approached by a stranger the other day, while standing by lib train at the dejmt, who Inqidred— MDoes tbis train go to Morrow t o ^ y ?” ' “No,” said the brakeman, who th o u ^ t the stranger was making game of him, ^it goea^o^y, yesterday, week after next.” "^*You don’t undersUind me,” persisted the stranger, ‘1 want to go to Morrow.” , “Wel^ why in thunder d(m*t jon wait itntil to-morrow then,, rad not come bothering around here to-day.” “Won’t you raswef a dvil question civilly I Will this train go to day to Morrow I” “Not onagtfy. -M—will- -go- to-day and comeback to-morrow.” As the strrager who wanted togo to Morrow was about to leave In d i ^ s t another emplc^ee, who knew the station aUuded to, came along rad gave him the required in-fcrmatlon. Lttokt and UNLrcKT Days.—^A “Book of Precedents,” published In London, in 1616, contains a calender, many of the days in which have the letter B affixed; which dg nHIes such days as the Egyptiras note to be dabgerous to begin or take raything at hrad —as to take a journey or ray suchlike tldng. The days thus marked are: Jrauaiy 1, 2,4, 6,1C, 16, 17, 19. Febmaiy 7,10, 17, 27, 28. March 16, 16, 28. April 7, 10, 16, 20, 21. May 7,16, 20. June 4,10, 22. July 16, 20. August 1, 19, 20, 29, 30. September 8, 4, 6, 7, 19, 22. October i, 16, 24. November 6. 6, 28, 29. December 6, 7, 9 16, 17, 22. The Democratic cradldates for State officers were elected the first Monday in April, by nearly 1000 majority. Also their cradldates for Congress in the 1st, 2nd, rad 4th districts. The Sd elects H. H. Starkweather, republican, by neariy 2000 majority.— The Legislature Is republicra by a small majority. Usxs OF Advbbsitt,—You wear out your old dothes. 'You are not troubled with many visitors. Yon are excused from making calls. Bores do not bore you. Sponges do not haunt your table. Itinerrat brads do not play oppodte your window. Yon avoid the nulsrace of serving on juries. Noonethinks of presenting you with testimonials. No tradesmen Irritates you by asking— “Is there any little article to-day, sir?” Beg^ng letter writers leave you alone. Impostors know It is useless to bleed you. You practice temperrace. You swallow infinitely less poison than others. You are saved man a debt, mray a deception, many a headache. And lastly, if you have a true friend in the world, you are sure, In a very short space of time to learn It I Theodore Tilton compliments the “Nutmeg State” after the following fashion : “After looking at strange regions In the west, I have been looking once more at the fiuniliar face of Connecticut It is bestto be on good terms with one’s neighbors; so I refrain firom calling Connecticut a mean State. Nevertheless, at a perio>1 when every New Englrad heart o n ^ tto have lent Its sympathy to the negro, Connecticut dealt him one of the foulest of blows. The first Northern bayonets to enter the fidlen d ty Richmond were carried by a bliusk regiment from Connecticut; but on the very day of the victorious entrance of these troops, rad while the d r over thdr heads wm resounding with their cheers, Connecticut white men at home were filling their ballot-boxes -vlth votes agdnst N ^ ^ suffivge! If ray shigle day’a record of the war is more thorougly douded with cQsgrace thra this, I know not where to look lor I t The blame of the ill-deed belongs to the Republicra party of that state—whose lead-er- f, after having submitted the question of N e ^ sufifrage to the people, refused to advocate It duitog the cam ^gn, rad conspired to defeat It at the polls. A New Englrad Senator at the time told me thi>t he had offered to Canvass Connecticut on the issue of impartial suffrage, promising to pay out of his own pocket the expenses of hiring the halls In which he should speak; but the Republican mraagers warned him off ^ e gro'ind. Moreover, we all distinctiy remember how every high-minded man, who haU ed fit>m Connecticut, wore a look of chagrin rad mortification at any mention of that veto even six montiis after dmtion. That one day’s cowardice in a Yankee State delayed th« reconstruction of the 6outh perhaps five years I” ---------------------------- Gen. Sheridan has been summary as we knew he would be whenhehad the power to sweep out distoyalty from high plao louisiana. In a brief order he dismisses the Attomey-Ctoieral, A. J. Herron, rad Mayor Monroe, rad Judge Abell, two notorious promoters of massacre, Into meirited obscurity or Infamy. The new appointees are men of unquestioned loyalty, fingled out by Gen. Sberidra’s own qre, rad their accee-sion to power marks a chrage for the better In the state of dvilization near the Gulf— Witii the Impetus thus given by military order, and under mllitar}' safeguard, Louisiana will ere long reform and reconstruct Itselfl MieVDELLANEOUS. A main died In Hoodc, N. Y., the other nucht, from drinking a pint of whisfy. Ayoungphysfdan, asking permladonof a lady to kiss her, die repli^» “No, sir, I never like to have a doctor’s bin thrust in my ftefe,” The wife of a minister in New Haveiir Oii Wednesday, seized a knife, In a lit of temporary insanity, and stabbed ihe codt in the aini,']nflicling a iiot serious wound. Report says that John C. Breckinrid^ l e centiy had r a attack of deHrinm tremens. “You du*t deny that we have mustered someof the finest armies ever seien on tUa globe!” h an^tily Md the rebd General Wade Hampton to Kilpatrick, durihg the negotiation of Jdinaon’a surrendertoi mra.” “Yes,” replied the dashing cavalryman, “yon muitered*eui rad -wtpeppared ’em. Ninety-two petitions for divorce are now pending before the supreme court of Providence, of which an but twenty come from wives. A N^w Haven coal heaver, named Wll-liam Cummins, luwcked one eyt ont of ra otiiSr coal heaver, on Saturday, because he had refuaed to strike fw hlj^er pay. On Monday he was before the poHce court his case bdng postponed two weeka. A lady being adced to waltz,' gave the fol lowing sendble rad apporpriate answer:— ‘^ o . I thrak you, dr, I havehuggiiqf enough at home.” The comprales of the FourOi regfanent of Liftntry serving theltepartments ofthe East rad the Lakes, with tne Head-quarters rad hand, have been ordered by the War Department, to Omaha, Nebraska, for duty in the contemplated expedition, a3:alii8t the Indians.— Army an d Mwy JowrnaL March 28d. A gentlemra advertises for a irifb who wears her own hdr, her own teeth, her own cheeks, her own bosom, andherown calves A revolutionary soldier was runnl?ig for Congress, rad had been giving ra awfd account of his sufferinga, when one ofthe sovereign people interrupted hbn with, “Did you say you bad font the ^ t* s h and In^nst “Yes, d r,” ‘Did you H7 7<>n dept on the gronnd whUe serving your country, without a^y k iv ert” “I d i^ ” “Didyoo^payyofir feetcovered the ground yon w alM o n r, with blood ?” “Yes,” repUed the speaker, exultln^y. ‘’Well, then,” add thetearfu!! sovere^^ and he gave a dgn of tearful emotion, “I guess I ’D vote for t’other fd low, for r n be blamed if yon ain’t done enough for your countiy already.” A marriage m New Ycwk was Indefinite^ podponed In consequence of the bride belii^ too drunk t04»y “yes.” A comicd quarrel, says a Paris contemporary, took place the other d a y o n a b o t^ yard. A gentieman roughly accosted worklngmra rad accused him of swindling. You sold me,” he sdd, “a pomade to make my hair mow ; see, my head isassmooth aa a piece of leather.’* ‘Sir;” answered the vender of ointment, “you wrong me. Theie arelrads where the bpst seed won’t grow.— I t Is. not the fault of the seed; it Is thesolL” The gentlemra did not continue tiie discnss-ion. Rev. A. H. ERmona, k te< ^ |kiaAild^ liB become pastor o fth e Baptlrt dmick l i North H av«. HtopoatoflM aMww wUI be Fair Haven, C t The iron clad steamer up by Woodruff and^ *<Ndt ^ a n d w a s o f D s ia n c j s tr e e t, hMt T h a n * Q N e v e r b e c a s t d ow n b y dor b re a k s h i s th r e a d tw e n ty n r w l j tim e s w n i h e m e n d i t a g a in . MSiiii m in d to d o a th ln g r a d y o Q w f ll n n ^ d » l t . F e a r n o t I f tro u b le eom ea n p e a y v s ; h m f u p y o u r sp ir its , tiio n g h th a d i ty b a a d n k o n e . —..■ A man in Portirad, Me., attended a masquerade, dressed as ra ape. While pasdng through an entry, alargeNewfoundhmd dog attacked him, rad he waa obUged to #7 fbr his life. T h x P lacb vob W iokbd B ots.—A teacher Inone.of our Sabbath schools was recently Impressing upon the boys under his charge the importrace of obeying tlie ten command ments, rad dwelt especbdly upon that one which says: ‘^ c u shalt not steaL” After presenting to them the wickedness rad crime of theft he enquired, “Where do wicked boys go to! “Go to Meriden,” was the rea-puuse of one little yonngder, who had probably read the proceedings of the police c o i^ or heard of snuh ra Institution as the Refcnn Schod. Miss Ida Lewis, whose father keeps the lime Rock lighthouse off Newport rescued a mra finm f^reedng to death, Sunday morning, being the fifth Ufe whle^ she has saved during the past few months. There Is talk, which ought to become fiu:t, of presenting her some merited testimonial. Dr. Gross, the justly celebrated suigeon, was once drageroady 111. Shortly after his recovery, he met one of his lacty patients— they are. not dways patient ladles—who remarked to him, “01^ Doctor 1 I rejoice to S' e &at you are out again; had we lost you our good people would have died by the dozen?” “Thrak yon, m a d am ,” replied the affable doctor, “but now, I fear they wfil die by the Chroasf*^ A famous judge came late to court, one day In busy season; wbereat his derk. In great surprise, enquired of him the reason. “A chUd waa bom,” his honor sdd, “And Pm the happy sire.” ‘*An infiint judge,” “Oh no,” he sdd, “Asyet he’s only crier.” An Irishmra was nimmoned for refbdng to pay a doctor’s bill, when he was asked why he did not pay. “What for should I pay?” said P a t; “stire he didn’t give me raything but some emetics radthenivera ne codd I kape on my stomach at aU, at dL” A blundering or wlllfbl compoeitOT and proof-reader on ra Iowa paper recently caused a printed clspatch to appear thus : ‘The Committee on Ways rad have decided to put Chase and Bntier on the fine Uft” It ahould have read “cheese rad but* t«r.” The Linden Houie. aa IdtaiaErhotd ia St Louis, was dflstfuyedfefflMlHtaMBr. day night Loss about amlMaR a f iMI— insured fbr |410,000. A schoolmaster ,who h a i aa lavalssato babit of talking to himaelf whsaaloaa, waa aaked what motive he coold hava ia to himself. Jonathan repliad that ha had two good rad snbataaOal naaona: Ju tka first place, heUked totalktoaaaasiUaaili; In the next place, he nkadta haarasMiIMB mra talk. The Rev. Dr. F. J, Gaadwia. radar aC the church of theHo^ Mdty^atlliddit. town, was struck down Inrkhw moniifc with pardyds of the left ddfe: ftw lB lb a long time. If ever, befbia ha faeovoa. Fourteen have been baptiaed by Br. Ma* ryott at NewShorelinii, Btodc mA-Ing In all 112 added to the dwnrch by W * tismsbcethecommenieattent of tha ra^hral there. A Maine paper says that a b a lj waa la - cently caMed offon atrain andtMmollMr accidentty left beliind. - Tlw waraaa inm pot on board a apani ea^bw at hand, id ilA overtook the^yinf train, shackled onto tha rear, the womra passed over the tender to the car without tha train bc|pg itoppc^ and mother and bdqr wina d t GenerdButler*a motion proUMlraem hers of Cbngreu firom dtering reports af thdr qpecechea befbre their pubflcatioain the dfldd reperla ofthe piroeeedlagiafOne- Esess, wmbehsartffy aeeondiidbythecani^ try at large; Thia custom eiamandhg i*. with that the m^y correct rspaiflia#!!# Congresdond debalsa are to beimad in tka leaifing daUy newsp^wra. General Batter wfflhavenocHfflenhy is colheiniff ftd a ia support of his resolution, an^ if he w il onty dIspUy in its advocacy as much petttaadty aa he does to the proeecutfon of hiapet vagaries, and lesa trickery, he wiH adifisva the success wUdiAe measure deservea. “Stuttering m iy ,’* who waa toaatiBf bia diliia, olMervIng that the oO mentent waa cheating a cudMner to some o9, odlM aal tohUn: ‘Jim l frara td l yoo how t-toa^sdl^Jiil twice ,aa inuch o-oU aa you do now.’' ‘^WeH; how?” groaned he. “F-fill your mraanre;” The b o ^ of m d » d Murpliy, h e id ^ f maq^ed by the cara, waa fo a ^ to th t N air Haven Depot, Tuesday morning Tha head and trunk were cruahed rad the heart protruded from hia Ineast, The bonds of Sarah Mann, wh»k to jaU at Norwich, for complicity with C, C. WflUama to iHrutany and n e a ^ iitally whipping hia danghter,*bave beeaiedaeed firom $8000 to $ 2 0 ^ and ahcia new at liberty. In Bridgepcfft, Tuesday, ft child burned his fiuw terribty with ft botde <^vHvdl^ which he broke upon ft stone. S ra n SBizuBn.-'The Commercid BnDa-tm o/Boston, has the fbUowing ^ a | tha stringent enfo. cement of the prohibitoiy Bq-uor law to that a ty which proves that tha prohibitoiy law la effective:— The leading iron stores have Leea otdsred to dose on account of the complatot ihi4 they d l keep bars that aitt readidiy accead hie to purchaaers. The stocks ofthe prindpd opticlaaateva been confiscated aait waa proved thatpeopla are to the habit of getting their gfasDsa there. A seizun was ordered of a lot ilgifor- Ice owned by Mr. Todd, but fiiiled of being executed, as none ofthe <^ken wlahed tha reputation of taktog a Todd. The dil'erent trance me^uma will ba ahm up, as It is proved they caU for spirits^ and dways have them present at their circles. Several purchasers of Crosby Opera house tickets have been seized, as thi^ wera fbund to low qnrits. A smaU boy was arrested who complained yesterday of the st<»iach ache—as it waa proved to have been aham pain. Arrests have also been made ofthe man who was Into^cated with auccess^ and tha todivldud who waa ataggered by tha ra ' salt The borizontd bar and tumblera wfflnof be! permiitedat the drcus. A sbip-master who taksa “ray port to a storm win be compdled to td l where iMgeli it.*” The London Btmehea have been se^ed al the leading periodicd stores. !An individnd who was proved to h t f *iMtiaed” ra account waa arrealadaai na-ple on hf bdng a diatiller. !io Uquor win ba pemdtted to ba kaptay-thesteamboate atthewkarvcA Adain»> It captdn who waa esctnting ayoaaf la* -^ across the grag plank of Ua vissrt naa ifleated for havtog a p a l OM a r 1^
|Title||State temperance journal, 1867-04-11|
|Uniform Title||State temperance journal (New London, Conn.)|
|Subject||Temperance -- Connecticut -- Newspapers; Temperance -- Rhode Island -- Newspapers; New London (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 4, 1866)-v. 2, no. 52 (Dec. 26, 1867); Notes: Published by C.D. Rice, Sept. 6, 1866-1867; "Official organ of all the Temperance organizations of Connecticut."; Issues for Dec. 5-26, 1867 called also: Whole no. 101-104; Contains numbering inconsistencies; Published at the same office as: New London chronicle|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.N7 T46|
|Relation||Succeeding title: State temperance journal and home visitor; Other relationship: New London chronicle|
|Rights||Digital Image © Connecticut State Library. All rights reserved. Images may be used for personal research or non-profit educational uses without prior permission. For permission to publish or exhibit, see Reproduction and Publication of State Library Collections, http://ctstatelibrary.org/reproduction-publication/|
|Title-Alternative||Connecticut state temperance journal|
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