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rjUTTLE & 1IOADLEY,
Manufacturers nf nil kind of
l'l!A('Ki:ilS, 1111RA1) AND t'AKI'.S.
t)ur poods nrc manufactured from llio choicest
select tirade (if Flour, nnil (in lluadlej knows
Just how lo innko them, thcro will bo no doubt
lu obtaining n good select tm,
I'm Ocular attention lo Manufacturing frost
ing and Ornaincntlnir
In the neatest st.vle. All orders promptly at
tended to. .t. S. TlTTTI.i:,
Xo. 8S West St., Hutlaiid, Vt.
C'"Wnrni brown llroad every morning, and
iSitnilav mi i! ti 1 1 iy from o until o'clock, invlib'tui
i A I X T S SI (1 N S
unow casks, coitNEit, clock
n and Mantle Shelves made lo order, with
1'laln or Moulded edges. IIHACKKTS sawed In
different stjlcsnt )1:a1(110IIN'.s
XTEw'moi'ldixgs rou picture
1 Framing, I'hromos, Lithographs, and
Kugravlngs at DIUHIIOIIN'JS
-IfHTAIX COItNICES OF liLACE
V, Walnut, or nil (Hit, made to order. Cur
tain Kings, Tassels and cords. DKAHHOltN'H
DEAltlSOItX IS AG EXT FOll OAltD
NKlt'S Perforated ChnlrSeat, for renovat
ing ov er t'ad-1'lag or ltush bottom chairs.
Please to call and see them.
drove lllock ltl'TI.ANl), Vt.
HU'l'LAM) MANl KACTflilXtl COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN StlAT t'lIAUIN, lli:i).
WHAIM AND CIlAlli STOCK,
Corner of West and Forest Sis,
I,. Atvvooii, Agt. (I. C. ltrfim.ES, Trcas.
O. T. C It o S f,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
rixisiiiNo i.i'Min:it, siiinoi.i:s, lath,
ci.APiioAitns, and spiu'cb uimiii:i!,
IIUOU.SSASH, 11I.INIH, MOl'U).
1NIIS, IIUACKinS, WIN
DOW 1-HAMU.S .6
fin-oll Sawing of all kinds, Planing, Matching
and I'lalngdouc to order. Ynrd and Mill Cor
ner of rnlon and Furnace streets, near Freight
Hcpul, Hutlaiid, Vt. Mayldtw3in.
j w. icixa,
Manufacturer and w holcsale and i etall dealer In
SAHII, DOOIiS, 1H.INDS,
MOri.DINdS, IIHACKKTS, AND llOFhi: ITU
01' KVL'llY IIKSCIIII'TIOX,
Frr.NCE SriiEKT, Itrn..iNi, Vt,
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. mjldtf
J. .1. GUINDON,
11 I, A C K S M I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
woik warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NKlll OlIVKlt .MAU1H.E WOllKS,
mavliUIm Itl'TI.AND, VT.
IIOl'Si:, SKIN AND OHNAMKNTAI. PAINTKH,
(Invisixu and Decouatixii, inaij.stvi.es.
Kalsomlulngand Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
and (Ilass Staining.
MarleH'sNewIlulldlng. Center Street,
Kutland, Vt. majldlm
LINCOLN IltOX WOllKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
Sleel and Iron Wire Itopo at Manufacturer's
Kutland, Vt., May 1, 1573. mayldtf
o. ii, m o it r, nous i:,
Opposllo Central llouso - - ItUTI-ANI), Vt.
rniiK iii:sT sewing machine in
J thowoild. Wo hao tried them. Can be
Itad at i:. N. MHHKIAM'S.
JJ A It 1) W K LrTlTo U S E.
V Ii A M T ON 4, S A I, 8 II U It Y
Tho HAHDWin.I, llor.SU Is located opposite
I no Depot and has long been favorably known
lo the traveling nubile. u has been leeentlv
Improved, now alTordlng tho best and most
innpio iiccoininouaiion lo guests.
Tho TAllt.i: will be supplied with all tho
luAiuiea ui uiu neasou, aim every niieimon win
bo paid to tho comfort of its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, the Proprietors
Intend to make It a llrst-class House nllordlng
all the conifoi ts of a homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A (IOOD I.IVI'ltV lu connection with tho
Attentive POItTKltS will bo found at tho
Depot, on the nirHal of all trains.
it , i uamton,
I, A. NALSBl'KV.
F A It M CltS1 II 0 T i: Ii ,
riiKiuiir Stheet, - - KUTLAND, VT
A FIK8T CLASS
M i: A T -M A It K i: T
IM IIOTKI. llfll.IllXd,
mayicDm j. j:. JOHNSON, PuormEioii.
J. W. VI H HI! II' 8
X K W I) I X I X 0 IIUOJIB,
Cenlral llouso lllock, McichantsM'ow,
n,J,V-Ui",.:lu'nls'crml at a'l lioiirsof Iho day
I. I'. HTI.S'SON'S
1) I X I X (1 II -A h U ,
((ulnu's lllock, OmM-dto tho Depot,
Kt'TLAM), . . . YIIItMONT.
niHiR.rm ?'e''1'1 at 1,11 hours of tho day
X K AV J) I X I X (i II A Ii Ii ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. w. Fisher,
KINO.SM'Y A Wl'KAOUIl'H 1H.0CK,
WAHM MEALS BIllSVr.D AT ALL IIOPIW.
(jvocfvics and -rovlsionj;.
J As T. C'ADV-X,
Wholesale and lletall Dealers In
GUOCKHIKS AXI) I'ltOVISIOXS,
t'ANNini Fltl'lTS, PICKI.i:s, AC,
and fancy ooods.
Also, Dealers In
DttV OOODS, SHAWLS, D111XS OOODS,
IIOSILltV, (H.OVKS, ,U'., A f.
An assorlmcnt of
OKXTS" FUItNISlIINO (lOODS
Conslanlly on band.
AOIINTS FOl! MAIL STIIAMIIIIS TO AND
JJ-DUAFTS l'OIl ANY AMOUNT ON TI1H
HANKS OF P.NdLAND, Itll'LAND, SCOTLAND
COKNKlt PltEIOIlT AND KVKLYN STS.
BATTY'S X A 11 01! PIOKLKS,
Crosso A Klackwell's Pickles, Ilalford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
neatly all kinds of Kngllsh Pickles can bo found
nt II. W. MAKS1IALIS
ft UXKU", AsTPlt UXKS" FlIKltltl V.S,
Peaches, Illockbcrrles, llaspberrles,plums
Huckleberries. Also, nil kinds of fruits lu cans,
for sale at 11. w. MAHSHALL,
niayldSwly (lroe street, Kutland, vt.
I7UK IIOKX A: JIA(1X0I,IA FI.OL'l!
U very choice, for sale at
luayldAwly II. W. MAKSHALL'S'S,
rpLAb, from rn cents to ijl.Tfi; ulso fresh
X (iround COlT'Ki:, nt
II. W. MAHSIIALL'S
mayld&wly corner of dim e and West his.
1 8 5 7, 1 8 7 :i .
O I- I) It 1) I) S T O 1! K ,
CHKAP FOlt CASH,
mayllf . Mfkchanis' Itow. '
.lOSKI'lt II, OUY,
S. HAYWAKD A CO.,
Dealer In ,
(1I10CK1IIKS, PKOVISIONS, DAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Kuiunh, Vt.
P U I, T O X JI A It K K T,
Dl'NTON A HAYWAKD
All kinds of Meats. Pish. VeL'etnbbs nml
Fruits In their season.
Klngslev A Spraguo's lllock, Merchauls' How.
PKTKIt F. JIcJIAXUS,
(I It 0 0 K It ,
"And denier In
P It O V I S I O X S ,
No. 03 West St., KUTLAND, VT,
T II. JIUSSKY, No. 11 -Alerelmnts'
now. oroccries nnu rrovisions.
rilOIilJSAIiK FItUIT DKPOT.
Tho Subscriber has mado arrangements to
reecho ull kinds of
by tho car-load direct from llrst hands lu New
nun iKisuui, ami is prepared 10 nu oruerH
from Dealers In ltotlilliil nml from nn thn ltnefi
of ltallroads centering here, at tho Lowest
OKANdKS AND LKMONS
Kepacked and Warranted as represented.
am also prepared to nav tho hlchest cash
pi Ice for Potatoes to ship (o Market.
II. P. HITCHCOCK,
kisUu tho DcikjI,
g J. LOOP,
Wholesale dealer lu
CALIFORNIA WINKS AND 1IKANDY,
UirOllTflt AND WHOLESALE HKALKII
CHINA AND JAPAN THAN.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our w lues.
as they are unsurpassed for medical pui'iio-sos.
coming from ono of thu oldest vineyards In
.California, All goods guaranteed puro and sal
lsfactory, or to bo returned nt my expense,
COKNKlt FIIKKIIIT AND KVKLYN, HTH.,
(Lnndon A Huntoou'H lllock,)
Kutland, Vt. myllf
i:x's itumiEit hoots, i?a.7i, at
u, vt, cuilKlf.K'S, ro, u, .verciuiuis
T ADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPEItS, ut
w. w. CfiiiiiEii'a, no. o, .Merchants- now,
U PHINU STYLES OF FltENCII KII)
.j Hiioes, ta to t, nt
O. W. CUKKIKK'S.
T ADIES' SEHOE OOItE-lIEELEI)
SllpiH'rs, only f I, nt-
O, W, Cl'IUtlKU'S,
JUTIiANI) MAItllliK COJIPANY,
W IIOl.ESAI.U DKAI.E1W IN
11 I, O C 1C As S A AV 10 1) M A It II I, K.
(JfAlMllKS AND MILLS,
.T, N. 1IAXTKK, Stipt. WIIST HUTLAN'D, VI,
All Iho grades of ltulland Marble, In tho
shapo of slabs of various thicknesses recpilred
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decornthe Woik, as
well as Cemetery uses; also Cubic Slock for
Monumental and building purposes, Including
liases, strips, nnd Posts, may be found In our
yard nt nil I lines.
our evtenslve arrangements for the produc
tion of Marble, In the way of i;uarrylng Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, plnce us In position lo supply tho
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale and Itetall
Dealers, imilders, Fnrnllure-Meii, nnd gen
eral Manufaelurers will llnd It to their Interest
to faor us with their orders.
KUTLAND MAltllLi: CO.
OUVKIt MAltl!l-K AXI) OltAXITK
A.Mi:i:i(.'AX AXI) FOltKIOXMAltl'.I.K
TAHLKTS, FONTS, AC.,
To order In any part of the Unlled States with
out risk lo the purchaser.
All work executed by this Kstabllshment Is
done In I he most Tiiouornii and autistic
So largo a proimrllon of our woik Is now going
Into tho City Cemeteries n successful competi
tion with the best city lnamiMCtuics that our
products are as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Orccnwood Cemetery of New
York, Kurnl Cemetery of Philadelphia, ami
many of tho Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont, And wo present the fact of our constant
1 Increasing business, Justified by the UNirouM
excellence of our work during the past live
years, as tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness in tho future,
iti:.T ci.osixti (nrr sale!
1I1EUE WILL II K 01ENE1 AT
NO. 11 M KKC II ANTS' KOW,
On or about May Slh, a largo slock of
0 E X E it A L M E It C II A X I) I S K ,
Which will be
8 O L D A T C O S T
vlohi: out a ; f. v 7: .s',s'.
Full Particulars soon,
OEOItOE V. OIIAPIiAIX, .lit.,
KL'TLANll, April 311th.
XT A Ii Ii I N G F O It 1)
A. HILL A SON
Will open on Monday, May Mb, tho new
over their htore, whero will bo dlsplnjed an
eiegani stock or j-niiern iiais. itiooons. r iow -
ers, Frames, Hals, Ac. New York doods at
Walllngford pi Ices. Also Mens' and llojs' Hats
aim v aps.
Having enlarged and Improved our
Wo shall open on tho bamo day, our Spring
5IENS'. 1I0VS' ANII ClIILDIIKN'S' St'lTS.
Canglvnngood business suit for Jlo, and wo
have u good lino of liner good, Klegant Coats
nnu v cms nnu jvouuy r"nts,so nine reuioa
And can now offer a full slock of Ladles'.MIsses'
and Children's Shoes, Kubbers nnd sup
pers; also, Men's nnd llojs'
Hoots and Shoes.
Wo hnvo a new lot of
0 It 0 0 K E It Y
1 o open , IU!ll III mui-H, i.llinni, nil, inn tin ill,
(IrassSeed and Flour. Wo can glvu the best
of bargains in
(IIIOCKKIKH AND FAMILY SUPPI.IKS.
Couio and gets lbs. of tho best uhltcSugur fur
H, nnd good Japan Tea for BI cents. (N, II. Wo
hinosoino not as good for w cents.) Hut wo
cannot gUo you a list of our goods or prices, bo
you must can on us unci see lor joursenes,
A, KILL A BON,
W A E L I X 0 F O It 1) .
.4 8PI-EXDII) LOT OF XEW IlltAII).
INU DKSKINS, also ALP1IA11I5TS, JUSt re-
U. N. MICIIKIAMU
KUTLAND, VT., SATURDAY MOJINING, MAY 3,
Wateliesi and jewelry.
ril O T II E T HO USANIJS
THAT WILL 1IK4I1
THU KUTLAND (1I.011K,
Allow us to say that
O U It S T O It E
H RTII.I, ON
M KKCII ANTS' KOW, NKAlt THE HKK-lllVi:.
F I X E W A T CUES.
As Merchant JoHflers. we tirniwi-in nlwnvfi tn
be iKisleil and stocked with articles of
AUTISTIC AND INTKINSIO WOKTII.
SOLID SILYEIt GOODS
From dm ham A Co., always HI oiling.
n i a ii v i, a tej) ir a it k s ,
OI.OOKH, HI'KOTACt.H, AC., Af.
HEX IC. CHASE A- CO.
I! A I L E Y A P A It M E X T h it S
S I L V E it S M I T II S ,
We b:l n tlie lurcest. unit lmst nssnrltnuti, i,r
Watches ever ollei ed In this null ket.
dOLD git A INS.
Ill large SUlinlV. enibraelny everv nrletv nf
si) le desirable for Ladles' or dcntlemens' wear.
.IE WE Lit Y, s
In rich abundance, and more coming.
MI.VEII 1'I.ITEU AND STEEL, tOlt TAIILE VUK.
Our slock Is large, and wo s.pll at low prices,
H I !) V E It (1 0 0 I) S ,
xii.YHi: si'oo.vs (if omt own MASiTAint'iti:.
KOdKliS' 11K0TIIKHS PLATED FOKKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac., all the best.
8 P K O T A C L II 8
To lit those Mho cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable,
Call and see for j ourselv es ut
11AILKY AND PAKMKNTKHS,
1 Mekchants' now,
OOD NEWS !
WATCIIKS CIIKAPEI! THAN I'.YKH HKFOUK,
MAltHIIALL As OADY'S.
WllO llftvn IllSt. 1-neell'eil n Innrn nntt f.lrxr.i.i.
stock, open eases with Hat glasses, In both
sniss aim American, Key and stem winders.
NKW ASSOKTMKNT OF CHAINS,
dOLD SKT8, KINdS, PINS, AC
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
n'";0.,""0,0.' "lack Jewelry In horn nnd Jet
Cull at tho old stand of Clark Dros. A Marshal!
corner Merchants' Kow and West street,
"nayldim MAHSHALL A C'ADY.
ADAJIS ,t SOX HAVE A XICE
-tl. Slock of
WATCIIKS AM' CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
OUNS, CAHTKIDOHS, KASOKS,
SOLID SILVKIS AND glM'KU 1'LATXO WAIIK,
WATCIIKS, CLOCKS AND JKWKLKY
Kepalred lu n workmanlike innnner, andcn
gnu lug evecuted neatly.
OUT ellStilllllTH Will II, lit IW ni'i., f A l.ilrL'.
liurst's More, uponolllght of stairs, vvhe'io our
rents como cheap, and wo can glvo our patrons
41 " " 1,4 uur u" 1'iices,
Call nnd seo us nt j our earliest convenience
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 3li Mkiioiants' Kow, Ul' Staiiis.
PIT THi-Oll I) FUltNAOE
J. PKIClfAKD, PiiornmTOii.
CIIAltCOAL PIO IltOX,
pirt'SFOItl), VT, inayldain
(J.ItAXD MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
Tube held at Iho
TOWN HALL, KUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Kve,, Mav 12, ami ( los
ing Fildny KM'., May Hi, 1SJ3, under Iheilhec-
nun ui uie ceieoraieci conductor
Mil. CAUL ZKHKA1IN, of liosioN, Mass.
President. John . H.iMer. Ilullnnd IV A.
Fisher, See. K. A. Morse, Treas. (leorgo A,
Mletkle. Muslcnl Commltlee. On which iieen-
slon the following eminent artists, whoso repu-
i.inuii is iiiiiinieii, iii appear.
Mine. Jennie Van NiiT,1'rlma Donna, lateof
the 1'arep.i Kosa Kngllsh Company.
Mmk Jri.E DeHvtiieii, Soprano of Dr. Chopin's
Church, New York.
M. FltN7. I1RM.MEIIT7. Il.irllnlin fif Trll.lle
Cliurch, New York.
Mil. W. 11. FCSSRN'IIKW. 'I'ctini- fif Mm tin no-
Jin. A. J. PiitLLies, Tenor of Ilurllngloii.
Mil. dEO. A. MIET7KR nnil Mil. S. f. ATnnnc
Pianists. Prof. K. II. Iliuinv. oi'lmiiIsI. Tim
0KHMAN1A HAND, of lloston.
The Leiiiino Mi-mcian-i of IlinSlnle will nUn
TIIK LAlldKST CllOllfS
Kver assembled In Vermont will render, the
Choral music, In it style not excelled nt niiy
previous musical gathering. On Friday after
noon, May Hith,
FIVU 1IUNDI1KD PUPILS OF Till: PUHLIC
Will participate, nnd this,-In conned Ion Willi
the appearance of the nillsis, will make one of
the plcasantcst realures of the festival.
TIIKKi: (UtAND CONCKHTS AND MATINKKS,
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Ladv $1, (icnlleman, $i, admitting lo Chorus
SINOI.i: SKASON TICKKTS, f3.
Admitting to all Hehearsals. Mntlneesnnd Con.
Matinee tickets, m cts. Concert Tickets, ;s cts.
Matinees commence precisely nt 2'f o'clock p.
i. Concerts at 8 p. m.
1'IAXOS AXI) OltOAXS
Sold cheap for cash, or on oasv terms, with
iiifiiiuuj ui nuaiieny nisiaiiinenis,
KVUHY 1NSTHUMKNT WAHI'ANTKD.
Sent iosli.ildbymall loanv part of tho country
uii n-L-eii'i ui inu leiau price.
I'lIfKCII niOIII, BMIIHTII AND HIV SCHOOL
- ,SN(1!.N(1 HOOKS,,
Fiiinlsheil at publisher's lowest rales,
"A liberal discount lo Schools. Music
Teachers anil Clcrgj men.
Sole agent In ltulland fur Moll.it's unrivaled
SKWIXO MACIIINK NKKIH.KS,
of all kinds.
Warranted tho best. Patented In Kngland and
America, Sent by mall to nuy addiess by
J. 11. MKKKK1',
No. 2.', Meichanls' Kow,
PIANOS AXI) OltOAXS TO It EXT
L nt K. N. MKHIIIAM'S.
Also repairing and tuning.
rpiIE PIANO SELECTED FOlt USE
X nt Iho coming festival Is the DKCKKlt
1IK11H. K, N. MKltltlAM sells tliein.
HAXTElt NATIONAL HAXIC,
II. llESUV IHXTEIt,
II. F, I.0TIIII0C,
.1. N. IliVTVif
.1. V. CllAMTOV,
N. T. Sl'llllll'H, .
W. C. Dl'NIUN,
W. C. I.ANIIO.V.
T. W. 1'AUK,
(Ieo. K. Kori'K,
dEOiiiiK K. Hon I'M,
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INTEREST AII.0WE1I ON TIME OEl'OMTS.
A general Hanking and KKCluingo business
II. llr.Niiv HAXTElt, Prest. .1, N. 11 vxtek, V. Prest.
Oeokue K. Hon I'm, Cashlr,
Use Iteituii's Paiii-Killltis; Jlaglc Oil.
' It Korku like tt Cltanit."
Safe to use and delicious to euro Colds,
Safe to use unit delicious lo euro Cramps.
Safe to uso and delicious lo euro Cattinh.
Sufo to uso and delicious to euro Contusions,
Safo to use and delicious to euro colic.
Sato to uso mid delicious to euro Croup.
Safo to uso und delicious to cut o Cough,
For Soro Throat, mix Kenno's Magic Oil with
water, und uso for gargling tho throat, nnd In
severe cases swathe tho throat at bed lime with
three or four thicknesses of llannelwet with
thn Mni'lc. OH. Tills orovents bronchial dim.
culty, unit cures Canker In tho Throat and
sioinucu, nun piomoics ingestion.
Kenno's Paln-KUIIngMiigle Oil Neuralgia.
Kenno's Paln-Kllling Magic oil Hhcumatlsm
Kenno's Paln-Kllllng Magic oil Sciatica.
Kenno's Paln-Kllllng Maglo Oll-Chllblulns,
Kenno's Paln-Kllllng Maglo oil Sprains,
Kenno's Piilu-KIHlug Maglo oil Headache.
Henuo'H Paln-Kllllng .Maglo (HI Toothache.
Ho sure nnd get the genuine. Sold liv all linn
ost and prosperous druggists, merchants and
grocers. Manufactured only by WM, KKNNK
& MJ.'sn, I'llisiicid, .muss.
WAGS. We Imve now In stock an assort
X iiii'iit of Deunlson'H Patent lllrectlon
babels and Merchandise Tags, w lilch wo w ill
soil at manufacturer's prices.
Wo hnvo also n good stock of 44 Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable nrtlclo for merchants. Among Its ad'
vantages are: floods can bo moru readily mark,
ed than by any other means; tho tug Is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no elinuco of tho tag becoinlug
detached from Iho hook; no polnW projecting
to tear other goods or jour lingers. They are
safe, strung mid cheap. Call unit exnmtno
tliom. (H.OIli: PAPKK CO,
IJICTL'ItE FRAMING DONE WITH
X Neatness nnd taste, unit at reasonable
prices, some new and beautiful stjles Just re-
K. N, MKltltlAM'S.
She gutlanil gaily (Globe.
SATUltDAY .M011NIX0, JIAY II, 1H7I1.
(HI! Mlt'TIIK.HN COItniNl'OMII'Mi:.
A Vtliilrr) licrli'i (Hit Proliiilillllli's-ln n
(bite Snlltlicrn 11 i-ntticr I'limiTx Hint I'lrp
tntlnn (IrriiiniiH An I nliirk) lEojir Hnlkir.
CitAui.Hsio.v, S. C, April 20, 187:1.
Dear Mr. Editor: Tlie conlrnst lietw ecu
tlif genial nlniosiilicroof the Sunny Sniitli,
nnd tlie rtljrgrd nnd liriic!iis vveatlier of tlie
siiovv-clnd hill nf New Euj-land, was never
lnore strikingly realized tlian liy your cor
icspoiiik'nt, duiini; (lie last weeks of Murrli,
vvliile niiikiiii; ii trip finm tlie liionntnins
niirtlieast of your tin Iving village, lo tills
place, Leavilitr tlie Hiijiintniii lionio of
dear fiiends, wIiom,' cliecirtd lliesido nml
warm liearts were in slrikint; contrast to
tlie limvlinj; winds nnd drifting snows tliat
Miiroiinded tliein, I coniiiienced my jour
ney south upon u pair n! niovv-slioes, tlie
(irijliiial Mirfnec of tho eattli heintr wnne
six to eight feet below, nnd the fences lnir.
ied far loo deep to interfere w itli this hind
of navigation. At liutland 1 did not llnd
snow enough for detent sleighing j lint for
sixty miles helow Tiny Iho eastern lianU of
tho Hudson seemed still wrapped In the
irougrnp of winter, and not until we
passed opposite New hurg ami Wi'sl Point
did we see the majestic Hudson, or did the
drifting snow cease to penetrate every de
vice of the car, ns it was driven in Minding
clouds from the frozen liver,
Xcw Yolk city we found nearly free
from snow mid ice, and the Central Park
performing its ablutions and making its
toilet for tlie reception of tlie gay world of
frolic and fashion, which swarm through
its magnificent drives, walks and shady ie.
treats during tlie summer. Xow n few
cariiages and an occasional pedestrian weic
visible, but overcoats and mulllors weie
needed as a protection from the keen March
winds. The museum of wild animals and
other curiosities, which is large and in.
ci easing, forms tlie main attraction at the
park this time of year.
in the top of the museum building is n
government signal station, witli all the
selentitic apparatus for registering tlie
various atmospheiio phenomena. Al
though tho day was most beautiful and
clear, tho ollicer in charge told me that
theiewas n storm approaching fioni the
far south, which would pioh.ibly stiike
Xew York in about tvv cnty-fotir hours.
And situ' enough, although that night
closed in dear and line, and the next morn
ing was staid and peaceful, we left the
harbor at four in tlie allernoon with the
danger signals Hying from the government
station, and before we leached Sandv
Hook a most fearful gale was blowing
from thu south, thirulrnhig lo swoop
everything t,at had pot, iron nails and sin
ews to bear up against t. As we pitched
and plunged In this gale for the next lliiity
si hours, wo could not help thinking what
a true prophet "Old Probabilities" was
jetting to be; and if Mark Twain had
been mi board he w ould have heard as many
'Oh, my's" as on tlie llrst two days of the
famous cruise of the Quaker City.
A few miles off Charleston bar we met a
lerrilic thunder sloini; but our liist day
heie was clear and beautiful, and vvc have
scarcely seen a eoiil wlm t Pour w ccks of
lininlciiuptisl Miii-shlno, llio llrst week of
which the mcroi.ry reached 8.1 in tlie
hliade, .seemed a most sinking contrast lo
my snow-shoe walk over six feet of snow
the preceding week. The cotton, corn,
rice und sweet potatoer came up rapidly
during this warm spell ; and the rose, in
great variety, together with many other
beautiful How el's, Is in full bloom; but
vegetation must Miffer if not soon waleied
by abundant rain. Till' city also stands in
gloat need of valit to replenish her cisterns,
tor she depends In great mciisuie upon tlie
clouds for her fresh-water supply.
I was surprised to lined so largo u pro.
poitlon of German population in Charles
ton. They own one, at least, of thcllnest
churches of the city, whcio the gospel is
preached in the German language. They
also have their lager beer gardens and
games, as in Xcw York'. The past vvcel
they have held in cry successful "scliut.eu
fest" in the noitliern suburbs of tho city,
upon the bank of the Ashley liver, which
has been made thu occasion for a pleasant
holiday by thousands ; among others your
humble servant. It was here that n rope,
stretched at an elevation of soiuu :!" feet,
broke, ptecipitatlng to tho ground n w ooden
legged rope-walker, breaking the hip of his
shoit leg. This man has a history. Ho
was lu tho icbel nrmy, and received nine
different wounds, ono of width caused the
amputation of one leg below tho knee.
Witli a wooden bltinip pointed at llio licit-
torn, as we always seo It in the pictuics of
oue-legged beggars, ho walks upon thu
rope and performs such wonders as llloiv
dins with two feet aru vvor.t to do. This
unfortunate accident to Prof) Do limine
(for this is his name) caused dutch sympa
thy for him, nnd I understand brought out
In a substantial form the aid of tho kind-
hearted Germans of tho "Sehutzeii."
I!ut I am w riting too much, and must ie-
serve tho physical, social nnd political fea
turcs of this old city of tho South for
another time, '
Pai.vii.no a IIol'sk. OldMr. Wntson on
Nelson street, has got n nice llttlo bill to
pay, Ho sent a man down town for a pot
of paint and u ladder, Tho man got tho
paint, and then went lo a lumberyard after
a ladder. Then hu tied the paint pot on
tho end of the ladder, and put the ladder on
his shoulder. This w as a very smart nr.
rangement, and tho man himself admit ed it
very much. 1 lo started for homo this way,
unit didn't find any trouble in getting along
the flint lllock. beeauso tieonlo had an im
pression that it long ladder with ft pot of
yellow paint dangling on the end of It
wasn't exactly tho thing to tritlo with, so
Ihoy balanced along on thu ciub stone, or
rubbed up against tho buildings, Pietty
Boon tho man saw somebody lu a stoic that
lie knew, and ho turned around to speak to
him nnd drove ono end of the ladder into a
millinery case und knocked tho crown out
of an eighteen dollar bonnet, Tlieu ho
backed oil in affright, nnd knocked down
two sewing machine ngontH with tho oilier
end. Then he started to turn round, und
nn old gentleman who was desperately en.
deavorlng to pull his wife out of danger,
saw tho pei II, und shouted out "III, there I"
Hut It was too late; Thu pot struck against
an awning post, tipped to ono side, and tho
entlte contents went oyer tho aged couple.
This so startled the mini that hu w hit leil
completely around, smashing in an entire
stoic fioni, frightening n milk man's team,
and knocking over some thirteen persons
"in, i ie iirm i-iy iiougiiig niioui to get out
of the wnv. Then he ilnnmed the buhl,.,-
und lied into tlie count rv. sboiill
tier" and "lliu" at cveiy jump. A lcgular
ly ordained painter is now engaged on -Mr.
...nr-iiiij- iiiiiim. iitfivitrr j(?r,y.
II! lit' Ps Lesson,
HV Al'.ST Mll.l.V.
Il'ir Aunt Knit:
"Pupa, mamma, and sister Haltie mo nf
to-inonow for a month's tour and ramble
among the green hills of Vermont, while I
cumin a while cnptlve In this old stono
domicile. This afternoon, while musing
in prospective over the loneliness and frc
(itent uttacks of 'lilues' I should of neces
sity experience, during their absence, a
blight Idea struck me, lo send for you. I
went dltccllv to mamma, stated mi- ul.lu
and, to my great joy, she bade me seize m v
lllill 1111(1 ts nee essarv lllllilll-li-Man,-ea nn)!
vv rite for you at once, l'le.ise mine linm...
'Your lianim scarum niece,
t. , Eiiikl."
Such were the contents of n nnin mbli,-.
Cll to, mill received bv. Miss K'nle Ibiiclnf
ii spinster of uncertain ngc, us she was wa-
icnng ucr pi.ini, one pleasant morning.
e have said she was a spinster, but with
that common term vvc would nut imn. vn
associate the pletuic usually drawn of that
we weic about to say peisectiled ( lass of
humanity, hut rather a sweet, nleasant fine.
eyes that reminded one of summer skies,
and a voice which tluillul one's very soul.
Kind, loving, social as she was, like her
adoied Master, she went about (loins: irood.
with it chicrlul smile for the happy one, a
tear for the sorrowing, and something more
substantial Tor the poor nnd needy : and as
a natural eonsenuonce. she was lielnvisl lu-
all who had the good fortune to know her.
iiiougn i-.tiici laHrnn, in mlibessitts her
had called her aunt, still she was not any
iclatlon to her or une of the famllv.
Ethel's trrandfather had liickcil hi'i mi nni
day when she was a mere child, crvins in
tliesticet: he had adopted her, ushe had
no daughter of his own, nnd ever since that
time Kate liad lcinained with the old cott
pic, though she had always retained her
On Iho receipt of Ethel's hastllv wiitten
note, she rcolved to an at once. Mio felt
that peiliaps she might teach her some
,'ood ies.-ons durimr the month's sine, for
she knew too well Ethel's temperament, her
frivolous nature and her habit of making
game of everything that came under her
notice, mid with this decision we leave her
just now, reading Ethel's letter to her old
"Oh ! you dear old aunt ICate, I knew
you would come. Ilercs (.no, two, tin ce.
four kisses for coming, and that speaks a
good deal, I nsnttru voil. Auntie, for I hold
my kisses very sacied indeed. How are
you any way? And that dear old bundle
of goodness, mv grandmother, how is. she?
Oh, won't we have a jolly time all to our
selves? I began to think myself a complete
goose i or not going Willi the rest, but now
I am glad 1 did not, as I shall have an 'am
gel in disguise' for my constant companion.
And thus Ethel rattled on. never once
stopping to think that she was keeping her
tiieci aunt Maiming in llio nail, not even al
lowing her a moment to leply to her many
questions; but when tho delighted girl did
pause, completely out of hiealh, Miss ICate
said sweetly, u ipilet smile play ing on her
'If you don't object, Ethel,! should
like to have a scat: 1 am ically fatigued,
hiding in tlie cars always tiles uie so
44 Why, to be sure, 1 do really hope vou
will pardon mv wapt of ctinuel'te, auntio;
but 1 was so glad to uv you that I forgot
all about such nuisances' as fatigue. Hut
come rigid up, please, and 1 will try to
atone for mv stupidity by being very grave
and good all through your visit, and'by giv
ing vou some of vour" favorite mulllns "for
Miss Kale smiled again, and followed
her into a cozy room, where she soon
changed lier dusty traveling dress for one
moio comfortable. When they had re.
turned to the parlor, Ethel hegirc'd that she
might bo excused, as she said to herself,
' to seo how tlie Ace of Spades wits pro
gressing witli tea, and to tell 4 Uedliead' to
go to the postollice."
Miss Knte had heaid Ethel use these
teinis, together witli many others of a sim
ilar nature, dui ing a pievious visit; and,
taking from her pocket a memorandum
book, she wioto them at the top of a blank
page, knowing they would be followed by
a long list of others, and icsolving, at the
proper lime, to biiug them forward as in
slruments in cluing her of that bad habit
Ethel soon' returned from the kitchen.
declining that ;' Ace" had had gland suc
cess with the nuttllns, and that her guest
would now come anil lest uieir good ipiuii.
ties- As they-passe'd to the dining room,
Miss ICate Innocently Inipthcil if they had
discharged their old servants.
"Oh, no, indeed," Ethel lepliod, with a
slight hhish. "Candaco is still with us,
und Hill icigns king of the stables : but our
cook Is so black that 1 call her the ace of
spades," lor fun of couise, though she don't
like it at all ; but then you know 1 deaily
love to tease one."
" Oh, indeed," was all the leply her aunt
mane, ami wiici continued her explanation.
"I suppose, aunty, vou nro im..led to uu
derstand who I mean by 4 licd-head.' It Is
only Hill, the stable boy. You remember
what a very ml licail tun poor leltow mis-
sesses, and in consecucnco I have given him
Hint very appropriate cognomen, though,
line ,unt v. anuace, no (iocs not ny any
means relish the compliment."
Ono afternoon ns they weie out walking,
Ethel stai tied her aunt by suddenly ex
claiming, " Oh, thciu comes Nosey !" '
"Who?" hundred Miss Kate, in aston
ishment. " Why, that pale young man coming
down street. Do you observe the marvel,
ous length of his nose? Tho gills say that
in turning a coiner Ids nisal organ makes
Its appearance Hist, lie is known as
' X'osey ' all over town."
"Well, yes; his business consists In
training the ' young idea how to shoot,' I
presume ho lias a pretty hard crowd to deal
witli. 1 was amused the other day while
passing a knot of boys to hear ono ragged
urchin shout out to another, ' Hullo,. Jack,
whero do vou goto school?' while the
other replied, ' Oh, I go to Nosey i where
do you go?"
"Is thu young man a stranger lu the
city, Ethel, or is this Ids native place?"
"i believe he came from Scotland, with
three other young men, about twelve
"What a burning shame to treat strang
ers in such an Insulting maimer. From
that young man's appearance, Ethel, 1
should juge him to bo a gentleman. I am
sorry pai cuts do not teach their children
"Why, Auntie, how sober you aio about
suchatiltle. 1 have heard him spoken of
very highly by some of tho aristocracy, I
am sure he is encouraged and helped by
ids h lends hero in tho city ; but thu young
folkH can not belli hu Ing a little sport over
that prodigious nose. It doesn't do him
any harm, certainly, and it is au Immense
"Tliat Is tine, It is not probablu tliat
tho cruel nlckiiamo can do him any male.
ilaUnJury ; but only think of that poor
striingcr'ii feelings when ho licm-s, It lie
liita iiot heard al-oadv, of the ridiculous ap
pellation by which 'ho is known. Think
you hU sad bout will not swell up with In
dlguatlonnnd long to bo again in 'Auld
Scotia,' with the loved ones at homo,
where, instead of 'Nosey ,' he would receive
I'KICK THMOH OKxNTS.
a mother's kisses nnd n fond sister's cat ess?
Put yourself In his place, my dear Ethel,
and what would be v our own feelings at
such a revelation?''
"Everything but pleasant, auntie ; but Is
it such a seiious matter?"
"The primer way to ludiro is to in inn' the
subject home to one's self." Hut here we
are at the 'old stono domicile' ngain, as vou
choose to style your home. This evening
1 will tell you a little of my own cpcri
ence In what we have been talking about
'Oil, thanks 1 I do su love to llslcn lo
your stoiies," Ethel lcplied, ns sheinii up
the sli nu no . ll. I. " 1
I hat evening, when thev were alone in
the pallor, Ethel's aunt relating tlie follow
"When I was vomi". flint 111.,. ,in..
self, 1 was very thoughtless and g'iddv,
leady for any spoil or mlschier that 'might
be proposed. At tlie time I reft"- to 1 was
studying at tlie Grammar School in our
own city, nnd among the students was one
llallili 1 iirner, a few veins mv seirinr II,
was consldeied the best scholar in the vv hole
class, and was the acknowledged favorite
muting the teachers. His was a handsome
lace, unit J think he had the finest ins I
ever saw ; but owing to tlie unfortunate
fact of breaking ids buck when a child,
of course Ids figuie was sadly deformed.
Cruel though it ceitalnlv was. we i.iilsi-nll-
ed hint 'Humpy, and Indeed ul-were not
ui an particular t( conceal tt Horn him, fur
we would olten shout after him as he miss.
ed through the hall, nnd we were all the
better pleased It our Tlidencss called up a
lock ot pain on Ills handsome face: IhoiH'h
aside from a slight blush, we would never
Know that lie heard us ut ull,
"I well remember the last tin,,. I
called him 'Humpy.' It was one afternoon
at the close of school. We weie all down
in tlie Hall putting on our cloaks, wln-u
lie, nnd a friend student of Ids, came down
stairs and went out. A simultaneous
'Good by Iliimiiv.' sulllcientlv loud for tin.
young men to hear, followed them out of
the door, and, not satisiicd with one insult,
i ran 10 uie (toor nnu snouted,
"uunip dumpy on the wall,
Humpy dumpy caught a fall,"
"I tinned from the door, and stood face
to face with ltalph's teacher."
"Whom are you shouting after alter,
Miss ?" he asked in n stern voice. I daicd
not tell a falsehood, and in mv excitement
I gasped out, 'Italph Turner, "sir.' If vou
could have seen his face, Ethel, and 'the
look ho gave me ! I can sec It now . 'I low
dare you,' he said, 'make derision of one of
God's own ci calm es? What if, owing to
caieie.ssiiess ot your nuise, you bud grown
up as dcfoinicd as poor "italph. Your
Creator might just us easily have sent vou
into the world a cripple, "blind, deaf und
dumb, as to have bestowed upon you the
jii city form and face you now 'possess.
Always remember that, little gill, and ic
meinher too.th.it for all these things God
will luing you into judgment. It matters
not what kind of a casket contains the soul
of man. And as you know, gill, that de
formed body is no more Italph Turner than
you aie Italph Turner, It is the living no
ble soul within that constitutes tlie man.
The body Is only the soul's case, a casket,
und In n little time till-, must be laid away
in the grave, to become the food of worms.
wiiue mo leal ualpli Turner goes up tn
meet his God, and shall then be given a
Him e gloi ions body than any of you can
conceive of. To-morrow monOng" 1 shall
bring Italph into your recitation room, and
all of you (for 1 judge from your c onfu-cit
facis that you ai e guilty) iinist make au
apology to him for your foimer utile
"And with these wmds he lelt us. The
next morning, true to his promise, he
brought Italph in an addressed himself to
our teacher: '.Miss Norton, I hope you
will excuse this Interruption ; and though
Mr. Turner is perfectly ignorant of liiy
present Intention, I have to say that your
5'otuig ladies owe that gentleman an apolo
gy. We w ill be pleased to hear it, ond w il I
immediately withdraw !"
" Miss Norton IhiwciI and looked at iw.
I trembled from head to foot, but I had
thai morning asked God togivcinc strength
to do iny pail, and rising, while the tears
streamed down my cheeks, I sobbed out.
' Mr. Turner, I humbly ask your forsihe
ness, not only for myself, but In behalf of
my class, for the insulting name with which
we hnvo been in the habit, of late.of greet
ing you. We promise to do so no niorc
Ilave we your pardon ?'
44 All the class rose as 1 .-aid tills, and
ltalph.Jit seemed to ine, never looked so
much like an angel, as he smiled and ex
picssed in such words his forgiveness. And
do you believe me, Ethel, 1 never since
that day allow ed myself to nickname anv
one, and 1 have excited my inlluence witli
others who arc liable to erf in that direc
tion. I love you, my dear Ethel, too dear
ly to think ot allowing you to continue in
I hat course. It is becoming so natural to
you, that you aie not ically conscious ot
now olten you speak those "names. 1 bav e
ltept a list of all I hav e heard you Use since
I have been here. Theieitis!" And she
produced u long lKt.
Ethel read them in astonishment, and
with tears blinding her eyes, she threw her
arms around her Aunt's neck, exclaming,
" Thank you for your lesson, Auntie, Long
ns I live I shall, with tlie help of a higher
Power, never allow myself to be guilty of
such u mean unkind, cruel habit again! 1
hope God will forgive me for the 'wrong 1
have already done" lu that way."
" I shall now go away content, willing,
like one of old, lo 'depart in Jpeace,' for
I have accompii.-hed the great end of this
Nit, Only keep your promise sacred, and
God will strengthen you to carry it out."
And God did strengthen her, mid from
that evening she never forgot her lesson.
Did the man who plowed the seas, and
afterwards plahted his foot upon native
soil, ever harvest his crops?
I am not myself nt nil, to-day, said nlwiro
to a wit. No matter, was the reply ; who
ever else you m-iy lie, you're n gainer by
Mr. Tennyson is respectfully requested
to Inform the world if he knows whether
Dolly V. Allien was a sister of Enoch.
What cord is tliat which ts full of knots,
which no one can untie, and In which no
ono can tie another ? A cord of vv ood.
Mink Twain, in speaking of cannibalism,
grow serious for once, ami solemnly de
clares tliat, for his own part, lie would ra
ther go hungry for two days than eat an idd
At a spirit meeting, the other night, a
gentleman icqucstcd the medium to ask
what amusements were not popular In the
spirit iworld. The reply was, leading of
A little fellow, who had just commenced
leading the papers, asked his father if tho
word "1 Ion," pictlxcd to the name of
Mr. P , a member of Congress, meant
An exchange tantalizes its readers with
lids atrocity i Have you heard ot the man
u ho, got shot ? Got shot? Xo; how did
ho get shot ? 1 lo bought them.
-Many people liuiry through life, fearful,
as It would seem, ol looking back, lesttliev
should bo turned, like Lot's wife, into pit
larsof Kilt. Alas, tool If they did look
back they would seo little else than tho
blackened and smoldeilng ruins of their
vices, the smoking Sodom nnd Gomorrah
of the heart. J. 0. Harts
Humor Is perhaps a sense of the ridlctt
Ions, softened and mellowed by n mixture
of human feelings. Forlhtreccilnlnly are
things pathetically ridiculous, nnd we aie
hnril-heartcd enough tn sinilo smiles on
them, much nearer to sorrow than many