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SATURDAY MORNINtl, HAY 10, 1873.
TEllMS IN AllVAKCE,
Dltl.V -Per IllOlltll
six months 4
one j cur 8
ckkly -Thrco months
.six mouths $1
Ono j onr '1
Address UI.OBE FAPEH CO., Kutlnnd, Vt.
'1'lic liillllant opening of Mr. AVeltir'f
rpcech In Ills memorable answer to
Ilivyne Is leincinbercil of nil men imil
most boys throughout the country j ami
that other Impassioned Introduction, In
which Kossuth, 111 olio of his speeches, al
ludes to the. overwhelming kmi.-c of wonder
with which ho was inspired on Hist bcholil
lns this "great and glorious continent,"
w ill also long he held frcf.li In the memory
of many of his admirers. Hut we very
much iloiibl whether Mr. Webster was
thrown more out of his latitudinal or longi
tudinal lcckonlng hy the thiee days ills
cushion, or that Kossuth was struck with a
Tre.tterawe when the "caith K'emcil to
tienihle under his feet," than we hac felt,
and continue to feel In view of the pon
derous learning, the ncute ciitleisni and
the "paikllng wit of our eonfrae In dis
ci. tin1; the nutter of Independent .Tour
tiill ni. That Independent journalism Is
all wrong, or a myth at best, he fully
proves not only cthol.iglcally and ctymo-
li "I-dly. hut on "general piinciples " i and
having m long c.inied out. piiictlcnlly, his
own hW.i. on the suhject, It Is hut fair that
we l.or.l.l allow that his opinion riinnM be
n 1 1 i, al least, unto himself.
:'tti: K ITS I.CHIIKIAIVA.
On Tlnnwlny the New Orleans Vo'iijuue
cMiil.ihic I a disp.itch signed hy General
Sherman addressed to Governor Kellogg,
di'.n .-.iting the u.e of 1'iiited States au
th(.i'il etept in an emergency. The ilis-
p itch v.is tiogus. Gen. Sherman says If
I nile.l States troops are to lie used the
i Kiner the hettcr. In accordance with this
i.lei live legiments of troops have left
Mississippi for New Oilcans. Col. lladger
iv reported to ho in a piecarious condition
ill Si. Martinsville, and he may have to
IV i e it.
(iiiv. Kellogg, in whom we feel an iu-teie.-tasan
ex-Vernionter, is in peril of
his life, liets have heen freely offered In
a New Orleans bar-room that lie would not
Use through this week. The man who at
tempted his Assassination has heen held to
dial in sv.VOOO hall. Xeither the criminal
nor his friend seemed to consider that any
thing wrong had heen done so deep Is the
The fulled States Circuit Court appeals
to have had a McEnery grand jury packed
into sen ice, as indictments hao been pre
tented ngain.-t Gov. Kellogg, Gen. I.ong-
strcet and Col. lladger, commander of the
Metropolitans in St. Maitin's Parish. They
are indicted for promoting the mctiopol!
United States troops aie encamped in the.
squares in New Oi leans, expecting startling
news and nwaiting orders to move, while
(leu. Emory has authority to call for all
the troops lie, needs. This is light. Let
the rebellion he crushed nt once, hefoie it
spreads and gathers strength.
iioN. o.vivi: a.mi:s.
The Huston papers slight the ineinoiy of
the latu Oakcs Ames. Iteyond the dale of
his birth, at Easlon, Mass., in 1801, n dab
of praise concerning his integrity, some
statements to the effect that he had but a
common school education, was raised to
hard work, grew wealthy, went to Con
gress, became a scapegoat for fellow-members,
and helped to build the Union I'acillc
railroad, they have nothing to say. Yet
the late Oakes Ames left a wide and deep
impress on our national legislation, and or
iginated an expression not destined to die
in an hour, when he spoke of placing
stock where it would " do the most good."
lint indignation towards htm was too much
concentrated. It should have been spicad
pretty much over congress. The members
supposed to have heen corrupted by Mr.
Ames did no worse than allow themselves
to be prevented by his Credit Mobilier
Mock from reducing the extortion,
ate rates of freight charged on the
I'acillc railroad. In 1801, long before
O.iUes Ames became n prominent llguro in
the seduction of congressional innocents,
congress had gone to lengths for the load
much more damaging to the country. It
tool; off every measure of protection the
net of 1802 organizing the Union Pacillo
load had sau'd for the government. That
eongicss of 1801, when the company had
not touched a spade to the eat th, doubled
Us men of land, giving It enough for a
Kingdom; virtually presented it witli !jU0,.
Ot),00(rtn bonds j and idieved It of pre
vioiiily Imposed obligation, to devote
oiie.half of Its government earnings and
Ih i! per (cut. of Its other earnings to meet
Hie Intel est of bonds loaned by the govern
inent. The secretary of the tie.isiuy issued
bonds to n gie.it amount on the construc
tion of a long railroad wholly In Iowa, ille
ir illy claimed to be part of the I'.icille
road, and the secretary of the Interior
issued grants of large bod'.esof land for tho
s ime road, which ran from Slouv. City
soiitlicily, and was neaier the Atlantic
than the i'licllii! at the point whcic, n few
miles above Omaha, it turned west to cross
the Missouri river.
These fads show that congiess could not
lay all tho olllclal misconduct concerning
Hie Union I'.icille railroad on O.ikes Ames,
Denunciations of lobbying effect nothing.
Let the people watch their members, and
if anything goes wrong have the matter ex
pi lined or substitute better matcihil.
Some fastidious ciltics do not seem in
clined to recognize this iinscenily word as
perfectly legitimate. It is destined, how
ever, to crowd Itself Into the domain of
English literature, bccaiise,ugy as it looks,
it really seems to bo wanted. Words, mi
savory to a rellncd taste, arc nevertheless
necdoil to express, as well In their form in
in their associations, repulsive but truthful
meanings. Anil, as expressive of obaeqiil
ous fawning and mean sycophantic time
serving, the hateful word that makes our
caption, has Its mission to fill 1) I. It does
not, indeed, look so well in print as bucIi
words ns Honor, Truth, Sincerity, or Inilo
pendence. And It is for this reason that It
expresses ideas Hie very opposite of those
which these attractlve,tline-hoiiorcd words,
A genuine toady has not honor, truth,
sincerity, or manliness. He Is cither n
knave or n fool, unless in his despicable
character, ho conjoins and combines them
both. Tho genuine toady Is always thorough,
ly dishonest. Ho may bo devout. Hut the
altar to which he bends Is not the ltlght,
hut Success. Is or docs he care how success
Is gained, or how unjust Its means or wick
ed Its ends, lie Is ns changeable nnd ns
easily changed as the weather-cock; He
always limrahs for the man or side that
wins, or pays, and he Is better at counting
noses, than hi estimating Hie value of prin
ciple. A genuine toady takes off ids liat
to high sounding titles, and greedily licks
up the spittle of Ids heroes, as though It
were n savory dish, lie worships super
line broad cloth, but treats with contempt
even good and serviceable homespun. He
cilnges to silk mid satin, hut his expicsslve
nose shows his estimation of six penny
calico. With it light loyal heart ho wor
ships Hie great man's money hags, and pro
foundly venerates the iron safe that holds
Ids stocks and bonds. He claps his hands
nt the stupid jokes of ids idol, and In all
Illicitly, sneezes with vigorous industry,
every time his lord and master takes his
snuff! He walls to receive his opinions
from his master, ns obsequiously as the
slave ever waited and watched to hear the
will and do the bidding of his owner.
The genuine toady Is far from being n
modest man. lie can ohtiiide himself even
Into very icspcctahle positions. He may,
possibly, get into Hie pulpit, into the
" high toned " social circle, Into Congress,
and een, gicatest profanation of all,
Into the editorial sanctum. As such, he
always follows, (unless he makes a mistake
of judgment) the strongest parly, for he
can, by turns, nnd with equal slnceilty,
worship at all altars and advocate all
''Mahomet, who seems to have had some
very correct ideas of natural and divine
justice, found it Important to arrange In
his ciced for different degrees of punish
ment, suited to the different degrees of
moral turpitude in the wicked. His seventh
and lowest, foulest, hottest hell, he appro-
piialed to the punlslnncnt of thehypoeiites
of all nations, ages and uilgioiiw. The
Great Teacher, placed hypocrites, In a con
spiciious po.iltlon In his catalogue of In
famous, hell deserving wretches. Hut
while no human being should nssuine to
thiow the holts of heaven, every one of us
should so far condemn the miserable toady,
as to keep clear of his defilements. Toady
ism is a disgrace to human nature, and no
in in who has a pat tide of self-respect, will
defile himself with its disgusting slime,
That man alone is really manly, who fol
lows the leadings of ids own convictions.
gives honor where it is due, and acts inde
pendently and honestly, whether ho pleases
or displeases the self constituted guardians
of his opinions.
The days In which we live, are noted for
a strong tendency to toadyism. An nris-
tociacyof wealth, assuming in our own
country, gigantic propoi lions in the ab
sence, often, of real personal merit, which
naturally invites and secures respect and
honor is mainly kept in countenance by
the senility of toadies, who fawn on the
lucky ones, that " thrift may follow fawn
ing." Old fashioned honesty and indepen.
deuce seem to be passing away, and, unless
tills tendency is arrested, republican prin
ciples will be lost, mid theie will soon be
but one fortune for the common people,
and that Is to be, to the uppcrtendoni,
" hewers of wood and can iers of water."
Most truly aas the poet said,
"111 fares llio land, tu gathering woes a prey
V.'liero wealth increases and w hero men ilecay."
And the toady is n fearful example of that
decay. All hlstoiy teaches that there is
nioio than one form of slavery. The
slavery of the soul is moie degrading to the
enslaved, than that of the body. There is
no good reason why one human being,
made hi God's Image, should meanly cringe
to, or abjectly stand hi awe of, another
just such a being as is himself. " All men
are created free and equal," nnd lie is, of
all men, the meanest, win, surrenders, in
vile toadyism, his God-given birth-right to
another ; and he is, of all tyrants, the most
tyranlcal, who demands, from another man,
his equal brother, that homage which be
longs in right only to thai Godjvvho has
" made of one blood all nations of men, to
dwell on all the face of the earth."
musical mm M'licnlrlcnl .llcliuii;c
Miss Kellogg had a inagnillccnt audience
in Louisville when she sang, "11 Trava
lorie." Tho fiOlh anniversary of tliu foundation
of Strauss orchestra was celebrated on the
(ith of Apiil, at Vlcmia.
Then. Thomas resumes his summer con
(tils, Aug. 11th, at the Central Park Gar
den, Miss Stcillng, w ho several years ago sung
at n musical convention, ranks now among
the finest emit nil I u in America. She had
a farewell concert hi New York, last Tues
day. To-day is Hie last of the Hrooklyn phih
The Temple Quartette in Huston, which
consists of male voices, was organized
about four years ago when these gentlemen
comprising Hie qiiai telle sang for Hie first
time for the Huston Encampment of
Knights Tcinpl.irs. Miss D. F. KHz, H.
Fcssciiilen, II. A. Cook and A, C, Ityder
are the members.
Madamo I'.irepa Itosa, just before leav
ing Cairo, Egypt, where she has been sing
ing, had a benefit in which she sang at a
very shoit notice a song In the Greek lan
guage. Sho .writes to a friend hi New
York : "You may fancy mv aironv at nro-
lioiinclng a language I don't know, but
they all say I did it very well, and the pub
He nearly went mad over me." .Mad.
I'arcpa Is known lo be a line linguist and
we shall not be surprised to hear that she
sings In Hie Hebrew laiigungo next time,
Farewell coneei Is seem to ho the fashion
hi New York, Hiram Hlshop this week,
Annie Mehlcy, the great lady pianist,
leaves for New- York next Saturday.
The widow of Itosslnl sold the manu
script of her late husband for 100,000
francs, to A. Gruxt, hanker hi London.
It takes foity-five minutes to perforin
Itossiui's stabet mater, and omitting tho
quartetlo "Onaudo Corpus ; and the finale,
mo penoniianco ol .Mendelssohn's Elijah,
takes 3 hours and ten minutes'.
Tho Cincinnati Musical Festival opened
on Tuesday, under very llatterhig auspices,
without procession, bells, anvils or artil
lery. It Is expected that tho festival will
become an annual Institution.
Solhern lias played "Lord Diumlrcary"
Patrick Glhnore continues ambitious
nnd energetic. His present deslio Is a na
Honal band, composed of sixty-live musi
cians, to be led by Patrick Glhnore. band-
master-general of the U, S, army ami navy.
Bothern plays "Squire Chuckles" In Jly
ron'o "Tho Squire's Lust Shilling."
On Thursday tho Chinch Musical Asso
ciation gave Mendelssohn's "Wnlssnrtris
SHAW'S AND I't.ATS.
Hullets can whistle and sing, but the au
dience don't like tho music.
A little boy who sang "1 want to be an
angel" In Sunday School with so much
energy that he almost choked himself, con
fessed to mi enterprising repoiter that ho
really wanted lo bo a captain on a canal
Since Lucca's departure from lleilln sev
eral spicy nnccdotcs of the lively prima
donna have been going the rounds of the
press, miring a rciiearsai oi iujricnine,
the celebrated German tenor Wnchtcl, once
n postboy, called tho charming cnnlatrlce
a "little .lew ess " n compliment she return
ed by telling him that ho was a "low cab
man." At Ibis Wnchtcl became dreadfully
excited and annoyed, and so far forgot
himself ns to lay hands on his fair antago
nist, who, however, left a glowing impul
sion. Among the visitors to England dining
the season, the long-expected one of Her
Hans von Hulow, the pianist, may he ex
peeled. He Is ri cognized hi Germany ns
the legitimate successor of Dr. Liszt hi
point of execution, nnd of Thalbcrg as re
Certain Italian journals asscit that Her
Ilichaid Wagner has written to Hie Syndic
at Hologna, offering to compose an opera
In the stile of A'nrnm and Im Honnttmtmht,
for the purpose of convincing Hie Italians
that the charge of his being deficient In
fancy is unfounded.
At Friiiikfort-on-the-Malii, pursuing the
course adopted by lilm hi Wiesbaden, ).eip
zig, and elscwheic. Her Hlchard Wagner
has brought nil action against the munici
pality for author's lightsT He asserts that
It was not lo the Stadt theatre, or Town
Theater, that he sold the power of leprc
sentlng Ids operas, but simply to Hie then
manager, Her Hoffman.
Tim Clil l'sl Society.
We see by the Huringlon Fire l'rt that
the Chi l'sl Society of Middlehury College,
have bought n new boat. This society is
one of Hie oldest in the Lulled Stales and
tho Middlehury Chapter was established
with such men as cx-Gov. Stcwnit, of Ver
inont, and Peter Stair, of New Yoik, as
founders in 1815. They Include In their
ranks some of Hie prominent members of
the Alumni. We w Ish the new craft many
successful voyages ano trust that while
their Hfo hi Ilia " Otter's raging billows "
may be pleasant the young men will not
neglect the beautiful odes of Horace, or
fail to pay due respect lo the wise pie.
cepts of Dr. Hopkins Moral Philosophy.
The following is from the Free I'm :
The Chi l'sl Society have just received a
beautiful skiff from" Ogdensburg, one of
lialley s best. It is of cedar, dose ribbed,
twenty-two feet long and welucs ninety
pounds. Tlieie are three sets of oars ; the
seats are covered with Ilrussels carpet, and
the foot-braces, which arc adjustable, me
covcied with the same. Two of the scats
hac black walnut chair-backs. At Hie
how, in gilt letters, is Hie title, " Chi Psi,"
iinilal the stein is a well executed mono
gram of the society. The whole is without
paint and highly polished. Withal it is
just "nobby," and theCld l'si's can safely
eiaiiu mu uiicsi crau in mo nunc. T.
Two .Hen ruliill)- SU'iildcd.
A tcrriblo accident occurred at John D.
Tompkins's paper mill, at Hrainard, Ken.
salacr county, about eight miles from
Chatham, Wdcnsediiy morning. Two em
ployes, named Allien) and Ilartw-ell Gillett,
were at work near a bleaching vat contain
ing boiling water anil straw, when they were
in some manner precipitated into Hie vat
anil scalded in a frightful manner from tho ir
feet to their breasts- They were luiuied!
atcly rescued, but their recovery Is nut con-
Hack- Pay. The Providence Journal
says that all the present New England
Senalois cither declined to take their back
pay, or at once appropriated it to some
public purpose within their States. If ro
but a small proportion of them have le
eel veil the credit they deserve. Those yel
to be heard from definitely ns to their ills.
posal of the money are Senators Moirill of
-Ylaine, Patterson and Craghi of New
Hampshire, Edmunds of Vermont. An.
thony nnd Sprague of Rhode Island, and
1'crry ami liucklngham of Connecticut.
l.lllU JVOWN IICIII.
Sninll-pox prevails hi Washington, D. C
Five thousand panes of glass were broken
in Cambridge City. O., by a recent hail
A rccoimoltcring party of locusts have
been scouting hi the vlcinltyof Huilington,
The London theatres givo what are called
"morning performances" from two to five
o'clock, p. in.
Mortimer, the condemned murderer In
San Francisco, lias made four "atlenipls"
nt suicide. He says he Is insane.
Kussia leather jewelry is the latest. It
is pretty and unique, llio ear-rings being
made of every imaginable pattern.
An association of New York ticiks pro
pose building a large hotel on the co-operative
system, to see If they cannot reduce
their weekly board hills.
California anticipates a Chinese emigra
tion of 18,000, this year, and considers it
"an alarming condition of affairs."
Hally Wheeler, colored, drank a quart of
whiskey at New Albany onu wager, Satur
day, nnd died in consequence.
Hrooklyn ladles have caught the mania
for sculpturing, and every house Is sup.
plied with a hunk of marble, n mnllct and
Charles Heath goes to thu Iowa peniten
tiary for three years and six months for
marrying four women. Itather a mild
There Is not n slnglo manufacturer of
lead pencils In Hie country who makes a
good pencil for reporters at a icasonablu
A bill- IlllllfliCil U linlf, 1 licnttirli n ulrnnir
dam at Sparta, Wis,, just to amuse himself)
and in fifteen hours the dam was washed
An Ohio clergyman, after the back pay
grab, demands an Increase of his salary for
the past five years, nnd he "sticks" to It.
Two men In Providence, It. I., liave
lieen earning two dollars u day each "and
found" since January, by being dctalucd hi
tho jail as wllnccsscs In n landing murder
case. Arrangements have been completed fer
tho grand jubilee concert hi tho Immense
new depot of tho Sliohlgan Southern and
Hock Island ItallroaiU in Chicago, tho first
week in Juno, Tho concert will ho under
tho leadership of P. S. Gilmoro.
To publish all tho telegrams relative to
thoBtato of tho Popo's health It is neces
sary to kill him on ono sliio, und resurrect
hhn on tho other shlu of our paper.
Nov Dr, Cliapln of New York is evident
ly appreciated hy his congregation they
nmilo hhn a present of 610,000 last Wed
nesday, tho 20th anniversary 6t his settle
ment In that city.
Tins KUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1873.
The daughter of Collector lttisseli of Itos
ton will start on Saturday for a trip round
llio world. Her father will accompany her
as far ai Savannah, On.
The Cincinnati .Musical Fetlvnl U a
Mr. PllniKoll. M. P.. mid ",hn HAllnm'
friend," lias been called to answer for ref.
citiiccs hi his book, exposing shipping out
rages, lo n fellow member of Parliament,
Norwood of Hull, who owns a large Meet
Will. .1. I'llnn of I.vnn. Mass.. who u-m
shot und killed at Saeiaiuenlo, recently,
iiiuiu trying 10 icscue ins nroincr, coiiuneil
III jail under sentence of death for murder,
Is said to have been nil estimable business
man, who was nccr known to commit any
crimes whatever. Ills rash allcinpt was
probably made through filial affection and
hi ii I ly pride.
Ambrose Littlelleld. n resneelabli! far
mer, committed suicide by shootlm; hhn.
self at his house near Clayton, N. Y., on
l',,...l.... It .!..!!.. .1 ' .! '
i.i.su.ij. iiu mis piuiiiiiiy ueraiigeii.
llillnn U I lie nwrii't.
Of line, of Joy, c,t peace anil plenty, where,
SiipimrlliiKniiit supported, polished ri lends
And dear lehillons mliiglo Into bliss.
Everything that looks to tho future, ele
vates human nature; for never U life so low,
or so little, ns when occupied with the pres
ClilTICS AS'll CV.MCS.
In elicle peep or cynic bail;,
Oaarrel or reprimand
'Twill soon lioil.ukj
r p 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 thine im n aim, and
(IihI speed llio inaik.
Wisdom does not show itself so much In
precept ns In life firmness of mind and a
mastery of appetite, it teaches us to do, ns
well as to talk, and to make our words and
actions all of a color. Fatccit.
A SAXCTIP1EII I.UE,
Sho tnticht us how lo live ;
Willi blameless llto clil loinid sanctity,
Ijttly In heart, In soul mid purpose lilsli,
Sweet lessons dltt she Blie
(if rulth, or love, nt hope; for nil that shone
lirlKlilesl In 1'hrHtlan lives, sho made her ojin.
Jesus Chrit used objects in teaching,
anil necane no nail no convenient black.
board, he wrote on the cround. It was nn
effective blackboard service, for it sent tho
old Pharisees out of tho place In a hurry.
r i lie it i,
A I'ASSIXU OI.A1INKSS.
How often Is mil' n.ith
Crossed by some licltit? whoso In Iglit spirit sheds
. jiassiu hiii'incsi u er ii, uui wnose eoiliae
Leads down another current, never more
To Mend llli ours 1 Yet far within our souls.
Amid the ritshlnir of I ho litisv w orld.
Dwells many n secret thought which llngersstlll
Aroiuiu in, n image i
Proper benevolence is tho most graceful and
agreeable ol all Hie allections. Jlenevolenco
embraces nil licinca capable of eniovhnr any
portion of good manifests itself in being
pleased with the sliaro ol Kood every crea
tare enjoys in a disposition to increase it
in leeiing an uneasiness at their stiller'
No;t Is the talo which nnsrry consclenco tells.
When sho with more than Iragle horror sweels
:.iin circumstance or guilt; when stern, bill
She brings bad actions forth Into relew,
And, like the dread handwriting on tho wall,
lllds late remorse nwako nt reason's call :
Armed at nil points, bids bcorplon M'lieganoo
And to tho mind holds tin rellectton's trl.iss
The mind, which, starting, heaves the heartfelt
And hates Unit form sho knows to bo her own.
Every man, however, good he may be,
has a yot better man dwelling within him,
which is properly uunseii, out to wiinui,
nevertheless, lie ii often unfaithful. It is
to the interior and less inutuablu being that
we should attach ourselves, not to the
changeable evcry-day man. Von, Hum-
There are no rules for friendship, it
must no icit to useit .' we cannot lorco it
any more than love. Jimhtt..
Ulirariilous Ilscnpo iroiu Death,
The jVeiMkaler gives the following thril
ling account of a miraculous escape from
death of a Mr. Chndwick, section foreman
at Ilydcparlc iluring the fall of 1871 :
It seems that tho track had been laid as
far as Danville, and one morning tho irrav
el train itarted out of St. Jolmsbury with
n ll.it car loaded with limber (or a Walden
trestle, Intending to leavo it above the
"Pumpkin Hill" trestla for the next train
which was soon to follow, with a load of
iron, to take along. On reaching tho point
uesiguiiicii mo ear was uncoupled and the
gravel cars backed on the siding. The
lirakeman on the train was ordered to put
on the brakes, as tho car had by this tlnio
began to move slowly backwards ; but the
man discovered that the car was without n
brake or anything to hold it, so ho lunineil
oil' and tho men tried ro stop it by throwing
ties and stones under the wheels, which
nowever, nan no cuect. Jilr. Uhailwlck,
seeing this, got on to tho car and sienalled
tho engineer to back down and re-couplo
ii, which niienipt was niauo sovcr.il limes
without success, air. (Jhadwiek bavin
only one hand to use, the other being rc
quired to hold himself on tho ear, anil tho
engineer sending the machine back with so
much force as to givo thVtfflTlwav an' im
petus that sent it away from the eneinn
every time. Of course the speed of the
car was increasing nt a very rapid rate anil
but once was the engineer with full Heem
on, able to overtake it after they got below
the trestle. Thu speed was so great that
Chndwick knew that it would ba sure death
to jump oil', and expected nothlngbut death
by remaining, yet concluded to stay on tho
car, just as much expecting to dio within
tho next minute or two, ns ho ever expect
ed anything, i.nly having a slight hope that
ho might perhaps signal tho iron train in
time to save tho lives of tho men on that.
As the car nearcd Fairbanks villngo ha laid
down fiat on his face, cross-wiso the Umber
preparing to meet tho crash. Two cars
loaded with rails stood on tho track at this
point, and tho collision took nlncc. Tho
timber on which ho laid shot completely
over tho two cars of iron, when ho loft tho
timber and was shot over two piles of rails,
going through tho air nearly horizontally
over forty feet and landed in n sort marshy
placo in a field, llio timber falling nil around
nnd over him, but not so as to crush him.
Several nied who had been loading tho rails
immediately commenced removing tho tim
ber, expecting to find only a mutilated and
mangled corpse. In about a minute lie
was extricated, got up and walked out
alone; then engine then just appeared in
sight, having followed with nil tho speed
it could command. Mr. Chndwick soon
began to feel "faint," but was nblo to rldo
homo In a carriage, and hi a few days was
again on duty, fully recovered, fho run
away car ran a distance of four miles and
occupied only three minutes In making tho
trip Ironi tho thno tho car was unc- unled
to tho collision, averaging over ninety miles
an hour for-tho whole distance, and tho
sliced of tho car at the crush can only bo
likened lo that of n falling ball. Tho time
stated is not a matter of guess work, only
that part of it occupied by tho men in re
moving tho timber from Chndwick, for tho
engineer looked nt his watch when tho car
was uncoupled, to see how long It would ho
beforo tho other train would coma im. nnd
again on arriving nt tho wreck.
X Jtllrnciilmu Jlsciipu from Iteiilli lit
iV very miraculous eseano from denth oc
curred at the Union depot Thursday morn
ing. A young man named Shultz, a paint
er nnd resident of this citv. nttcnmteil in
jump on tho Troy and Boston train at 8
o ciock tins morning Jiut as it was leaving
the depot, Ho jumped to get on tho car
next to the last one, as tho car passed tho
iron posis, mil misseu ins looting anil loll,
his head falling across tho track beforo the
wheels of tho next car. All who saw tho
occurrence wero horror-stricken, expecting
overy instant to sco his head severed from
his boityf Tho man was miraculously saved,
however, for thu wooden block attached to
the brake In front of tho wheels pushed his
head from tho track, and ho got up entirely
unhurt after tho train had passed. Another
nccldcnt occurred nt tho depot, last night,
the victim being nn unknown ninn wliont
tempted to jump on tho D.rtO New York
train. Tho stranger fell off tho car twice,
each thno receiving sevcro Injuries about
the head. Tho train was finally stopped,
and ho was put on board. He was under
llio influence of liquor. Troy ''linen.
EVI (I. KINGSLKY.
ltt'ir.li:i!H' AND UAIIINI.T
W'ejiiioulh Vine Finishing and Kmplie Cut
Nails, Iron, Kleel, chains, Ac.
Sleet, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, blasting l'ow-tier-
(giiveriiineiit proof), l'lise, Largo
Drill l'llcs, sicel sulking linin.
mors, Handles, Ac.
MANILLA HOPi: AND COHDAdL'.
SAW-MILL, ClltUt'Ilt AND WOOD SAWS,
AND HOYNTO.VS LKIIITNINO
oils, Varnishes, (Hue, Sand 1'npcr, lliuhes, Ac.
"LASS AND Ptl'ITV.
A splendid lino of Table and Pocket, cutlery,
Shears and Scissors.
P.u lor I'lindl me, Center Tables. Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, lledsteads, Mnttrasses,
Spring beds, lluieiius nnd chairs.
Manufacturer of lilack Walnut, Chcslnut, ami
l'alnled chamber Sets.
Velvet, llrnsscls, Tapestry, Three l'lv and In
grain I'm pels, OH Cloths, Ac., Ac.
COITINS AND CARKHTS,
AND MKTAI.LU! Ill'ltlAL CASP.S,
ltulland, Mnyl, 1ST.1.
I.. (I. KIXCiSLHY'S.
gniijs and Ucrticincji.
QODA WATEIU SODA W ATE It !
Fiturr Aui ciFAjr sriuri's,
Dispensed from n new and elegant
AltCTIC SYHt'P APPAHATUS, Tl'lT'S 111 1ST,
Only n cents a glass. Come and see II and try
It, nt No. 13 center Kt Hutlanii, Vt.
l'HANCIS l'HNN k CO.
CJAItATOCIA IN HCTiITNIWr'lIL
I J star Spring water on draft ns pure and
iiisii us mien iiijijicii iroiu i in? .".nring, in,
FllANClSJ FKNN A: CO,
1SSINGEN W ATE It on Draught at
I'. FHNN Si CO'S,
TAIt SPUING WATER and other
Saratoga waters by tho easo or bottle at
F. FK.NN & CD'S.
ET SETS. ALL KINDS AND
1 1 ices in
F. FKNN.& CD'S,
"OUllHKK HASH REGULATIONS and
Toot Halls nt
F. 1T.NN .t CO'S.
pIIILDHENS CARRIAGES, HOYS'
Dump Carts, Waggons and Whcelba rrow s
F. FHNN ,t CO'S.
U . .r. 'inmi yjr l.Ylllr
AND HOOTS for making beer. This Is
....uvjwui o.oivil, fivcut lit WW'S HCllSOll Ol
llHnr. mill will i.i.il-n n .. ... .
. ... , ..... iMiinu i"JiVl.l).U I II. I L Will IIO
ITV in., IW.lllll. tl ,1... ,..tr. !.. 1. .......
cents per bottle, livery bottle makes ten gni
VltANClS FKNN C CO.,
Proprietors, Hcti.inii, Vt
"yyilOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
The Subscriber has mado arrangements to
i n ci, v .ill iv I nut ol
lit dm r.'ir-tfiiwl (Ihwt frnm fli-tr ltn.1 l V..w
Vurk mid Huston, ami Is in-emivil to nil orders
uuiu I'liiiim in jiutiauti mm nuin un mo lines
of li.itlroiuH ccuti-rlng hero, at llio Lowest
ii uuii.n.iiu ituti,
OIlANCins AND LEMONS
Hepaeked and Warranted as represented.
I in also prepared lo pay llio highest cash
culm mi , uiuiui-.-i iu niuji 10 .narKei.
K. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opiioslln the Depot,
M'KN'S RUI1HKR HOOTS, :i.7., nt
. o. W. CL'llltl Kit's, No. r,, Merchants'
I AIM US' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, nt
JU II. V. CcaiiiKn's, No. 0, Merchants' How.
QPRTng STYLUS OP FRENCH KID
Shoes, $.1 to fo, at
O. W. CUHHIEIt'S.
T ADIKS' SHRUB GORE-HEELED
Slippers, only f I, nl
O. W. CUHHIKH'S.
EW ARMY HHOGANS, 1.7.1, nt
WANTED. -A FEW THOUSAND
T T aeres of irood limber niul unnil Inml
near lint land nnd Wulllngford Milages. (Hvo
inscription and price. Also, somogood Western
land, well luc.it ml. Also 2.1 choppers and three
good coal burners. Address P. o. bov ill, Wul
llngford, Vt. lnavsdJil
rpiIK PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
,-- uiu coining resuvai is llio li.C'Ki;it
HUOS. IS. N. MKItHIAM sells them.
pOPARTNERSIIIP. - We have asso.
KJ elated with us ns nnrlner w-lib rmp.Miini
hitorcsf, '. L. Cobb, formerly of Tlnmouth, Vt.
4 11V 111 IU JlillllU W 11, UU HQ VC ,
WalUngford, Vt., May 1, 1673." ' nijufaw
P I T T S F O R I) F U R N A O E ,
J. rillUUAHD, riioruiKTOii.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
PITTS FOHD, VT. maylUSm
J"EW HOOT AND SHOE STORE,
1 have tho llaest stock of Heady Mado
HOOTS AND SHOES
For dents' and Youths' In tho State. Orders In
tho best styles of workmanship, well intule, In
finest Imported Leathers. Oulv llrsUclass work.
men employed. All work tinder tho supervision
of (I. Valhiuctte.
Ladles' Work loonier. In tho chaste nndeln.
gaut modo of Spring Fashions. Finest stock In
inayimin ll. VALUQUETTE.
QPRING CATALOGUE OF PAPER
kj I'ATEHNS for Ijxlles' and Chlldrcns' gar-
anil Chlldrcns gar-
meats. Just received at
E. N. MEHHIAM'H.
"PIANOS AND OROANS TO RENT
at E. N. MEHHIAM'H,
Also repairing and tuning,
Exlrnct of Hoots and llerln which almost In
variably cure the following complaints!
Dyspepsia, Heart Hum, Ller Complaints nnd
Loss of Appetite cured by taking a few bottle.
Lasslluile, bow spirits and sinking Sensal Ion
cured nt once.
Eruptions Pimples, blotches and all Impuri
ties of the blood, bursting through the skin or
otherwise, cured readily by rollonlng the direc
tions on tho bottle.
For Kidney, nimbler nnd t'rlnary derange
ments It has no canal ; one bottle will convince
tho most sceptical.
Worms expelled from the syslem without the
least dllllcullys afewlioltles lire stilllclent for
Hie most obslliinlo eases.
Piles, one bottle hns cured tho most dinicult
case when nil oilier lemedles failed.
Nervous Dinicidlles, Neuralgia, Headache,
Ac., eased Immediately.
llhcuinntlsm, Sivelled .lolnls nnd nil Scrofula
Alillcllous rcinmcd, or greatly lelh'M'il by this
, Hronclilll", catarrh. Convulsions and Hyster
ics cured or much relieved.
Dinicult breathing, Pain in 1(. Lungs, Side
and Chest, almost biiailably inrcilbj lakluga
few bottles of (Junker llltteis.
Female Dirilculllcs, so prevalent among Amer
ican ladles, yield readily to this liiintuableiiicil
Iclne, the iptaker Hitters.
billions, ltemliianl and lulernilllanl Fevers,
so prevalent In many pai'laofiiiireoiinti v, cum
jihdely eradicated by Hie use or the (ni.iker lilt-
The Aged Unit In the inial.fr Hitlers Just the
aitlelelliey Kland In need or In their declining
jeais. II ipilekeus Hie blood niul cheers llio
mind, mill p.ne the passage down llio plane In
clined. No one can long remain unwell (unless nflllct
edwllh an Ineuiable disease,) alter lakluga
few bullies or the (Ju.iker Hitlers.
Sold by all Druggists and Dcnlcrsln .Medicine.
CTfSolil nt Wholesale and llitall by C. P.
WINO, Drusvlst, Hiltland.
Illl. II. S. FLINT c CO.,
At their (Il eal Medical Depot, P.i.1 and W Ilroad
micci, I lowiinill', 11. I,
JEASOXS-WIIY Till-: PAIN KILLER
PERRY DAY IS k'c SON,
IS THE t'.r.ST IMMII.V MKIUCINi: OF HIU AUK 1
And why It should be Kept always near at hand.
1st. PAlN-KII.Ll'i: Is lliemosl ceilaln Chol
era cure that medical science has pro-
2d. PAIN-KILLEH, nsn Dlarrlnca and Dys
entery remedy, seldom lr ever rails.
3d. PAIN-KII.I.Elt will cure Cramps or Pains
In tiny part or the hj stem. A single dose
uiiiumj i-uctis ;i eurc.
Illl. PAIN-KILLP.U will euro Dyspepsia nnd
Iiullgcdlon, It used according lo direc
tions Mil. PAIN-KILLEH Is nn nlinu',1 never falling
euro fur sudden Colds, Coughs Ac.
Clil. PAIN-KILLEIt has proved n sovereign
rcniCill- fnf IViPt' mul Ainu. nn. I IM.'III
Fever; It has cured tho most obstinate
illl. PAlN-KII.l.lHt us a liniment Is un.
equaled ror Frost dllles, Chilblains,
Hums, llruhes, Cuts, Sprains, Ac.
8th. PAIN-KILLEIt has cured ensesof Illieu
inallsm autlNciiralglaarteryears stand-
Sill. PAIN-KILLEIt will doslrov llnlls. 1V1
ons. Whitlows Old Sores, giving relief
uuiu i .un aucr uio oral lllitllcauon.
loth. PAIN-KII.LEI! cures Headaches nnd
lllh. PAIN-KILLEH will save you days or
sicuiicsi nun ui.iiiy ii ifounr in iiuio nnu
i'ucior a uins.
12th. PAIN-KILLEIt Is a purely Vegetable
preparation, safe to keep and to nsn In
every ramlly. The simplicity attending
It use, together with thu great variety
or diseases that may be entirely eradi
cated by It, and tho great amount or
paui ami Miiicriugiuai can no alleviated
through its use, mako it Imperative
upon every person to supply themselves
with this valuable remedy, and to keep
Italwavaiiear at hand
TEE PAIN KILLKIt Is now known and appre
ciated In eiery quarter or the (llouc. Physi
cians recommend It In their practice, while nil
lasses or society hao round In It relief and
omfoit. (live It a trial.
Hosuro and buy tho genuine. Every Druj
glsts, nnd nearly cicry Country (Irucer tlnougli
out tho land keep It for sale,
FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC,
soo I'AdES, s.vi ENOHAVINOS.
A Rtartlllur einoso of Medical lliinihiif"i of llin
past nnd present. It iculllales (juacks, impos
tors, Traveling Doctors, Patent Medicine Ven
ders, Noted Female Cheats, Fortune Tellers
und Mediums, and gives Interesting accounts of
noted I'hvslelaiis and narratives of their Dies.
It reveals startling secrets, and Instructs all
how to avoid Uio Ills which llesh is heir lo.
W e give exeltislv o territory and liberal commis
sions. For circulars and terms address tho
publishers, .1. 1), llllltlt & EYIIK,
jiuiiiuiu, 1,01111., or viucago, in.
for llio i
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Twelve hundred pages and mm engravings,
,ii.i. 11 ,i, t.ngiiDii nnu (icruinn. vvillten by
twenty einlnent iiiiMkii-m. inciiniinr- .ii.ii,, if
i" i' i .i ,1 v-ase, liiivvaru now land, itev.
......... ,i, i, mi, i iiiuii in iie, jviueri ifrisu.ine.
Horace llrceley, 1'. ll. l'eiklns, etc., etc. '
1 Ills Work I ii cnmnlctn liKlorv nf nil l.n...i.nn
of induhtry, processes of manufacture, etc., In
alt ages. It Is a complete encyclopedia of arts
anil manufactures, anil Is thu most entertain-
lllirnnil Vnlll.llilnunrk- nt Inrnrmnlln,. .... V. !.
Jects of general Interest ever offered to tho
public. Vi o give our agents tho excluslv o right
of territory, ono of our agents sold 133 conies
in eigni oays, another sold 3is copies in two
weeks, our agent In Hartford sold aoj in ono
Week. Sneclmenmif tlm work- ni.nr in n..n,u
on receipt of stamp, l'lirelrculiiraaiid lerinsto
agents address thu publishers, ,1. ll. Ilium &
- ..."... VU.t.l.. V Ill,
UNCIVILIZED RACES OF MEN
IN ALL COUNTltlES OF THE WOULD.
Helng n comm-chcnslvu account nf tiuir ,iui.
ners and customs, and of their niivKtcni. wwiio.
mentnl, moral and religious characteristics.
Hy Hkv. .1, (I. Woon, M. A.. F. L. S.
Flvo hundred engravings, i,um KiirK'r Hoynl
v..u.v iiHvi.. ,ii vu luiuinca, or
two volumes In one.
Alfents are making over Jiut) per week in sell
Ingllils work. An early application will secure
a choice of territory. For terms mldicss tho
.1. II. IIFItlt & HYDE,
HAHTFOHD, CONN., on CHlCAdO, ll.U
wiii rin-.Vu'.,ir , Ji'.V ""'ri'in "iu no
Mntvlmtitu titiltw tvhiwi,,,! ...
S?, i!I'i PIRJin&W.V"' tfeton House's"
ohlto .rtivat saving nil, bo bnldo'oil
" ui.uui; i'Al'1.11 CO,
Wiifdtcj! and Jlfivclvit.
rv O T II E T II O U S A N D S
1uat will iikaii
'I Illl III TLAND IlLOIIE,
Allow us to nay tli.it
O U R S T O 1! i:
IS STIIJ. ON
MEHCIIANTS" HOW, NI.'AH THE llEE-HIVE.
IIL'l! .V'.'C'.l T,
F I N E W A T C II E S.
As Merchant Jcwclcm, w propme always to
be posted and stocked wllh nil teles ot
AHTI8TI0 AND 1NTII1NSK) WOHTII.
SOLID SILVER GOODS
From (lorhain k Co., alwajn ftlcillng.
man flat Kit waken,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLE, AC, AC.
HEX K. CHASE eo CO.
HA I LEY tc P A RM ENTERS
S I I- V E R S M I T II S.
.we have Ihe lnrgesl nnd best assortment or
i menus ever oiiereu in nils markel.
(10 1. D CHAINS.
In large supply, embracing every vailely or
o.j ..j iivnu.iifii.- in i 1,111111.", hi iieiiiieinens wear
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, and moie coming.
SII.VKII r-LATED AND STKKI, 1011 TAr.I.K VSE.
our stock Is large, and we sell nt low juices,
S Ih V K R (1 O O I) S .
sn.vKi: spoons or oui: own .MANiir.unTiiK.
IIOdEltS' IlitOTIIEHS PLATED FOHKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all the best.
S P E V T A O L E S
To lit those who cannot seo well.
A new thing without Iraines. Very desirable,
Call and see ror j ourselves at
H.UI.EY AND PAHMENTEIIS',
17 Mekciuxts' now.
WATCHES ClIEAPEIt THAN EVEH HEroiiE,
-MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who havo Ju,t received a largo and eleeant
stock, open cases wllh Hat glasses. In bolli
Swiss and American, key and stem winders.
NEW ASSOHTMENT OF CHAINS,
HOLD SETS, IIINOS, I'INH, AC.
Solid Sliver and Silver Plated Ware.
c,di n'r,!,',?!,.i",f J'J?c,k ic;;;elr,' ,n li01" '
eorniM- & . , i V ',' "f. c")'.k. llros' Marshall,
Jn MAHSHAI.,:T fe.U)V.
A"."' S0X "AVIJ A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
HUNS, CAHTHIDOES, HASOItN,
POU1I SILVER ASH SILVEI1 TUTKII WAUE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELHY
Ilejialrcd In a workmanllko manner, anden
grnv Ing exeeuled neatly.
Our customers will ilnd us over V. A. Park
hurst's store, up one night of stairs, w hero our
rents como cheap, nnd w o can glv o our natrons
tho benellt of It 111 our low prices.
Call and seo us at your earliest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 31,v Mkkciiants' How, IV Staiiis.
OAL, COAL, COAL.
We aro now recclv Ing direct Horn mines llio
Delaware & Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, and aro prepared to furnish It In largo or
small quantities. Wo nlsu Intend to keep a
largo sujiplyot Lehigh and Cumberland Coal
constantly ou hand, and of a sujierlor quality.
Thankful for tho liberal patronage received tho
past year, wo ask a contlnuanco of tho same.
Wo aro not allowed to givo tlmo on purchases
of coal after lids date. All orders must bo ac
companied by cash. Those having unsettled
accounts aro requested to call nnit sottlo tho
same at once, onico and yard at A. F, Davis1
Utilldlng, opjioslto Freight Depot.
mldtt PUTNAM A- CUHTIS.
PICTURE FRAMING DONE WITH
Neatness and taste, and at reasonablo
lirlfnu Hnmil now ntnl Imniit Ifnl utt-lnu i,.., .
i : .". D.jiviiiuabiu.
E. N. MEIUtlAM'S.
g P E C I A L N O T ICE.
DR. S. W. S.MVTH,
A V It INT AND (HTLIST,
Has, at the urgent solicitation of patrons and
friends, est.iblliheil n iwriniuiciit llrnnch onico
In IlfTi.iNii, Vt., niul may bo cunsulled iMIly,
(except Fridays,) ut llio
on nil diseases or tho EYE, EAH, NOSE,
TllliOATiuid I.UNOS, nnd nil chronic diseases
leaning to (leneral or Nervous Debility.
HHI11T HEV. LOUIS DEdOESHHlAND,
CATHOLIC BIS1I01' OF VERMONT,
Al lesls 111 I ho follow Ing statement to the skill of
Du. S. W. SMYTH.
llniMsiiTON, vi .Ian. 23, is;i.
To tub Pcm.ici
I have no hesitation tn recommending Dr.
Siajlh after seeing 1dm perforin a very skllirul
operation on the ear or ltev. P. ,T. O'Carroll, who
was thereby Instantaneously cured of denrness
of long standing.
niyblly LOUIS DeOOESHHIAND.
SHMUN'S TEJIPLE OF FASHION.
SPHINO AND SUMMEI! NOVELTIES,
bar surpassing all our foimer endeavors In
Heauty, (Juallty und Price.
THI.MMED AND UNTHIMMHD HATS,
All clyles and shaiws, from toe. upwariH.
I'.xn.ulslto sprays, from Hie. ujiwards.
SILK TIES AND HANDKEKCHIEFS,
All shades and styles. Windsor Ties ntNic., sold
elsew hero at Joe. Large silk Flchn Hand
kerchiefs reduced to ssc. from t its.
Heaullful line and handsome patterns In Oold,
Iiubber, Horn and .Tel, rrom Sc. a set upward.
In all shades, at l oo j two buttons $1 25.
Full assort mcnt, rrom inc. a pair, that are
woith 2i;e., upwards. Iron Frame Hose, double
heel and feet, ntssc.
MCE8 AND LACE (lOODS.
A lull and complete line lu Handkerchiefs,
Hows, sleeves, Ties and Collars. We warrant,
all our lace goods to wash to Hie last thread.
COKSETS AND BUSTLES.
Herman Woven Corset, worth $1, wo sell at 70c.
1IAIH SWITCHES AND CUKLS.
We j cannot Am beat on Inig Hair Switches nt
3,5; mucn larger nt who. Linen liralds ie
duced to 4oe. Linen Sw Itches reduced to toe.
INFANTS' LONli AND S1IOHT HOUES,
Merino Cloaks, Hoods, Caps, Shoes, SacksAHlbs.
SASH AND THIMMINO HIUliON,
III all shades grades, and nt greatly reduced
Lots and lots of goods dally coming, nnd stacks
of them jet to come, and all selling utour usual
lwpular und low lgures. Call ut
ASIIJtUN'S TEMPLE OF FASHION,
NONPAltEIL I1LOCK, Center St.
fxroitDEIts HY MA1L.-S.ini)les and pilco
list promptly sent by mall or express. myldtf
JEW SPRING GOODS.
Opens lids season a larges and sner assorts
HOOTS AND SHOES
than ever before, ills facilities for doing busi
ness have lieen Improved, and he intends to
eeel In every direction jull or Ids luevlous
INDIES', MISSES' AND CHICDItEN'S
Fine French Kid,
Oiled and Pebbled float,
Serge and Sergo Foxed,
In Hutton nnd Lace
OENTS', HOYS' AND YOUTHS'
Call Hand-Sewed (City Make),
Cablo Sewed, Machine Semif, anif
Pegged Boots nnit Sitoes In nil styles,
Manufactured for dents', LndlcV, Misses' anil
My cxperlenco of thirty years warrants ino In
(1001) STOCK AND PEHFECT FITS.
Call and seo mo nt
No. 13 MEHCIIANTS' HOW, mldtr
SJ O T FOR S A L E ,
TILL JAXUAM' 1, 1SJJ.
Most ixHjnlondvertlso to tell tho nubliowim,
7r ,','Vi08.rl!:..Wo,,".0 comS'Hed to reverb
iayihaVio ,u""tT ""l"1"''''. and
KXT1IA KAHI.V VPiiwnvr imi...
!l9v9rl0.Vy myself or Bon. Thrwn wi.n
ftow ork. Price, Jl.no tier rrniiui' n pui rnH ......
iwunus. sent frco by mall. ' ,v""
, CIIAHLES WOODIIOUSE.
ltutland, May 18J3.
rpRIEI) AND TRUE. OR I)n. ALLEITO
known tofalt as a Laro n u l ipee sb-cum
.,..'.. H .'."'.'""3 ot summer Cniniib
,'," veins per bottle Sold bv nn
dealers In medlclno. 1 uo'in. poiu oy all
FHANCIS KENN 4; CO.,
l'KOl-RIKTORS. ltUTI.AVIV Vt
THCIC .t 'WAHlIllimvt! r
V Seeds nt " '""'Vftll
FHANCIS FENN & CO'S,
no. 13, center Street, itutianii.Yt,