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VOL. I....NO. oJ
(I. T. C I! O S ft,
.Miiiitifnclui'i'rof ninl Dealer In
ltlstlNl LUMBER. SHINGLES, tVTH,
I'LAPIIOAHIIS, AND SPRUCE LUMBER,
I(I(IHS,S.HII, BLINDS. MlU'l.ll.
INIIS, BRACKETS, WIN
HOW FRAMES ,V
mtuII sanJmf of all kinds, Planing, Matching
uuil (lluzlng done to order. Vnrdniid .Mill cor.
iifr or riilpn nnd Furnncc Streets, noiir Freight
J'llJHH, ItllllillKI, II, illUJt ltl,ltllII
I! U O K E It .
17 r.no.xii tmir.HT, .v;;ir youk.
Mocks, Oovernmontsand (lolil bought nnd sold
Ull V UUlllllSSI'lII,
J Intel est allowed on deposits, lnaj lidtf
O. l. M O It K II O U S 11,
Opposite central House - - RUTLAND, Vr.
RUTLAND MAXUFACTUH1NO COMPANY,
Manufacturers nnd wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIIt STOCK.
corner of West and Forest hts,
L. Ath-ook, Agt. (1. C. R'tiui.M, Trcas.
f Tv. KING,
M.iiiufiiiMuier and w holesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, I1I.INDS,
Mill I.IIIXOS, BRACKETS, AXI) HOUSE FUR.
of KVKitv nrscnimox.
FfllSAriS STRRET, RtTLtMi, Vt.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend,
.1. .1. OUINDON,
1! L A 0 K S 51 I T .
''articular attention paid to Horseshoeing,
work warranted. Shop ou
, NEAR 01 IVKR M tKSLK WORKS,
ma j ldam
LINCOLN IRON AVORICS.
-Marble Mill nnd Holstlnff Machinery of the
moat Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
steel and Iron Wlro nope at MnnuUcturer'.s
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 133. ma ldtf
A. II . HAAVLEY.
roxTHACTon a.7 rnACTic.ii. si.atkii,
He Ls prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left nt J. K. Glynn's store
on Merchants' Row, or at tho Dardwell House.
IWtrtnut Rockwood Barrett, Kutland ; L. M.
Mason, President of First Xatlonal Bank, De.
trolt, Mlchlgnn; Hon. .1. M. Mantn, Saratoga
If you wish a nice TUItX OUT, go to
C F. II I C HARD SON'S.
(Lnto D. Whttcomb's,)
Center Street, Rctland, Vermont.
Careful drivers and tho finest of Carriages.
Stables open at all hours. Horses baited,
msodtf . p. RICHARDSON, Proprietor.
.1. ritlCHAHD, PKUIitlfcTUK.
tUIARCOAI. PIG IRON,
PITTSFORD, VT. majid3m
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. HAYWAItD A- CO.,
OROCERIF.S, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
KotdsJ ana gining goomji.
A R D Yv E L L HOUSE.
J, II'. (JllAMTON, Proprittor.
Tho BAKDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
tho Depot, and has long been favorably lenown
to tno traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best nnd most
umplo accommodation to guests.
The TABLE will bo supplied with all the
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho luture, ns In tho past, tho Proprietor In
tends to make it n tlrst-class House affording
all the comforts of a home to tho traveler. The
public patronage ls solicited.
LIVERY In connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at the De
vPOt on tho arrival of all trains.
AKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK, Pbopbietob.
J. W. PORTER. Mavaosr.,
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on tho shores of Laka Dunmore, has been re
ccntly put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and nowly furnished,
and will bo opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. ma2Sdtf
F A R M E R S ' HOT E L ,
FRElflHtJrr, RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A R K E T
IN 1IOTKL HUILDINO,
maiidJm J. E. JOHNSON, PRorRlKiOR.
J. W. FISH Bit 'fl
NEW DINING ROOMS,
Control Houso Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
nud evening. mayldsm
N E AY DINING II ALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. Vt'. FlsherJ
KINGSLEY & SPRAGUE'S BLOCK,
WABM .ME ALU SERVED AT. ALL UOtJIU.
A It M I' O 1! S A J, E
A Km til of INI or !tl' ncltw. to suit the litir.
iliuser, The lute toslili'iifi" of
ALPIIEfS HOYCK, OF OltWEI.l,
di'ccoseil. S.ild farm Is slltinlt'd nboul one
mile north oi Orwell Ullage, nbout the same
distance mini the Addison railroad, w mtlo
from the or ell i heesp ractor.v. Well watered
w lib good running w nter to tho housoand barns,
nt-ood two story house, buns anil outbuildings
suitable ror the places n contenlcnt farm to
manage; well ealeulated for n dairy, nnd desir
able situation. For further particulars and
price, Inquire of
S. X. WAltRF.N, Adm'r.
Orivcll, June 20tli, 1373. Jeasdcd awsiv
ARM FOR SALE.
Tho subscribers offer for sale Hielr farm. sit.
tinted nbout two miles from the village of Bcl-
lows rails, on tho Chester roan, well known
JOHN CLARK l'AIt.M,
Containing nbout three hundred nnd Illly nctes
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
Tho tenant houses are new. Tho large farm
house has been thoroughly icpalrcd and paint
ed, with new pla?n In front nnd end, new front
fence, ull In tho most Mibstnntinl.md tasteful
manner, making H n deslrnble residence.
Nearly three-fourths of a mile of new wnier pipe
from n never-fnllliig fountain supplies all I no
OVKIt TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been exoended wllhln the nast two vcnr.s
on buildings and fences, besides tho tenant
houses. The land ls ndapted to the raiting of
nil kinds of crops. Some tut acres are well
ndapted for tobacco. The land ls now under u
iroou state of cultivation, bv hallnc been fed
out u largo amount of liaj and grain the pasi
iu jt-mn, mum mis ijt'rii iiruiiKUl oil nil
ijt-nmct II1.H Hlllfll IIH' llll 111 lint pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is tho Connecticut
rU er and tho farm laying western , dli Ided into
pasture nud tillage land, with a sufficient sup-
ui huuii iur inc piviiuti-s, pimuiuu hu near
ho vlllngo of Hollows Falls n Milage growing
more rupldly than nny place within tho State,
nnd with Its unlimited w ater now er, w lilcli is
fast being Improved, must continue to Increase
in a still larger proportion In the luluie makes
It tho most ueslrnble fnrm In these parts. Pot.
session given Immediately, except the mill
yard, and that In one year. Inquire of the sub.
scrlbers on tho premises! or Joseph Wilson,
tlrm of J. Wilson Co.. near the down : or Wil
der .V Hopkins, nl W est ltupert, VI.
WII.I)i:it .V HOPKINS.
Hollows Falls, .Moy 1,1575. mjl-dlt
GEOIiGK C. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE li 1! O.K E It ,
Oflice : Derby 's Itlock, 2d Floor Front .
First class vlllntre and farm oronertv for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies nnd other approv ed securities,
PASTURE LAND IN 1'ITTSFORD
For salo or rent, ono hundred nnd twenty
live acres of fine PASTURE land located one nnd
one-half miles from Plttsford Village. Address
or call on l. p. HITCHCOCK, under Xatlonal
uank or Rutland. Rutland, vt. Mayltf
VERMONT CENTRAL AND RUT-
On nnd after Monday, Juno !d, 1972, trains
w ill run as follows, (Sundays excepted) :
OOIN'O SOtmt ASP EAST.
Leave Rutland nt 12:50 and 4::o a. m nnd 12:10
and 5:ou p, m.
MAIL. Leavo Offdcnsburg nt C:10 p. m., St.
Albans at 6:20 a. in., Burlington at 8:10 a. m.,
Port Henry nt 8:33 a. m., Kutland at 12:10 p. m.,
Bellows Tails nt 2:30 p. m., arriving nt New Lon
don ot:30 p. m., connecting with steamer for
XEW YORK EXPRESS Lenvn Rt Adhnim r,t
vmiiT i"yiiiki T.pnvoi Ocilpnthiircr nt 12;.
53 p.m., Plattsburg 3:30 p.m., Montreal aao p.m.,
Ht, Johns 4:30 p. m., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., Bur
lington 0:10 p.m., Rutland 12:30 a. in., Bellows
Falls, 5:25 a. m., arriving nt Xew London nt 11:13
MIXED TRAIX. Leaes Burlington at 2:00 p.
in., Port Henry 2:oo p. m., arriving In Rutland
at 7:00 p. m. Leaves Rutland at 4:30 a. in., Bel
lows Falls 7:45 n. m., (accommodation trnlni, ar
riving at New London nt 5:10 p. m.
MIXKB TRAIN. Leaves Rutland ntfl:00 p. m.,
arriving In Bellows Falls tit 10:00 p. m.
Leaves Rutland nt 1:43 nnd 5:)0 n. m and 2:30
nnil ft:03 tl. m.
.MA11.. lollies .cn iAinuuii in
.Sprlngneld 8:00 a. m., Boston 7:20 n. in., Bellows
Falls 11:43., Kutland 2:30 p.m., arriving at Port
Henri" at 7:33 p. m., Burlington 5:00 p. in., St.
Albans 6:40 p. m., Montreal 0:45 p. m., Ogdcns
burg 1:43 a. m., making connections with trains
for tha West.
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland at r.:05 p. m., ar
riving at Port Henry nt 7:35 p. m., St. Albans at
8:53 p. m.
NIC111T EXPRESS. Leaves Xew London at
2:45 p. m., Sprlngneld at 8:io p. in., connecting
with train leaving New Yorknt 3:00 p.m., Bel
lows Tails 11:20 p. m., connecting with train
Ipnvlncr Hnsfon nL5:30 n. m.. Rutland 1:43 a. Ul..
Burlington 4:40 a. m., St. Albans 0:10. arriving
In Montreal at 9:45 a. m., Plattsburg at 12:00 m.,
and ogdensburg at 12:33 p. m., connecting with
trains for tho West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at 5: 10 a. m.
arriving at Port Henry at 0:50 n. m. Leavo Bur.
llnclnn Ht. 8:30 n. in.. St. Albans 12:00 m.. arrlv.
lng In ogdensburg at 8:50 p. m. and St. Johns nt
3:50 n. m.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Fans at 4:30
, m., arriving in itutianu at 9:20 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION'. Leaves New I.ondon at
Kluu. ill., jiriiun ii x uuiv.wi. iiu, ui.lu ,.m.u,
arriving in ituiinna at h:w p. in.
' rains leavo nuriintrujn irouiir oust, lur.nuui-
neller. Arc. nt C:5A n. ill.. 12:30 r. 111. nnd 7:55 D. m.
Trains leavo Bellows Falls going north, for
Wnlto River Junction, c, at 8:30 n. in. nnd
11:43 a.m., ana 5:55 nnu 11:20 p. m.
Connictions. At Rutland with Rensselaer
Saratoga nnd Harlem Extension Kallroads : nt
Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad! at South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
WSleeplng cars aro nttached to night trains
between St. Albans and Tray, and Burlington
ana Boston. uii.es .ur.mwi.1.,
St. Albans, Vt., Juno 3d, 1S73.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after Monday. Jiuio SOth. 1ST2,
will run as loiiuws ;
MIXED. Loaves Rutland nt 3:uo u. m.,
noctinir ntlstAtn Lino with train for Trov.
MAir.. faveo Rutland 0.30 a. in., and mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 Cornors
Willi trains for Now York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and wost on u. s a. it. it.
MIXED. lavo iiuuanu nt '.e.za p. in., iu iieii-
nlntrton and Trov.
SUNDAY TllAlM iwilll liassengci car
attached), Leaves Rutland nt ".So n. m.
I'ntlunil In Npw York - - - - Ui t0
' to Albany 3 00
' to Hudson. .... 3 00
tr.N'o lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT KUTLAXD,
Mall, 0.55 p. m.: Mixed, 1H.03 p. m.; mixed,
SI,'m' P, C, WHITE, Supt,
Kutland, Juno 14, 187J. mayldlnrtt
RAXTER NATIONAL RANK,
II. Henry Baxter,
II. F. Loturof,
T. W. Park,
GEO. K. K0TCE,
oeoxoc 11. Borrru,
J. w. chamton.
N. T. Sfuaoce, Jr.
W. C. DONTON,
W, O, LANPON.
Made and remitted for at Lowest Rrates.
INTEREST ALLOWED OS TUE PEFOSITS.
', A general Bonking and Exchange business
JI. IIBHRT Baxter, ITest. J.-tf, Baxter, V. Prest.
Georoe It. Boncii Cashier,
"Yyr E E K 8 & BARKER
AT XO. 1, OPERA HOUSR BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following1
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRKNC1I CIILVA WA1IK,
TABI.K OLASS WAKK,
SII.VKR PIJvTED WAnK,
PAIXTKD TOILET SF.T.S,
TASSELS .VXD COUDS,
LAMPS 11XD LAXTEUM,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BUHNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
.MATTRASSES nud LOUXOES, and
niayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
UUKNHAM ii TEMPLE.
We nru Agents for the following first class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Home, X. Y
. x Assets, $0,000,000
Insurance of Xo. America, l'htta. 1
FfiWDlx, llpTMBr? . '
These aro tho best known of all the companies
representee; m Kutianu, anu kidch we unc
represented them they mm van more monty to
uio citizens 01 nunauu unu tituuij
other companies coinbintd.
This record oroves tnelr stability and llielr
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We confldentlv exnect a contlnuanca of the I
uoerai patronage wuicu inese cunipuuirs iiuu
We also renresent the Travelers IJfe and Ac
cident Insurance Company. We glvo abetter
nnd chenper policy than any other Life com
Call nnd .see. . .
BUBXHAJt s. Tisairu;.
Office. Opera House, Rutland, Vt.
UTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
WMOI.KSAI.K I1KAI.KRS IN
IILOOK & SAWED MARBLE.
(OAi!HlKS AND MILLS,
.1. N. IIAXTIUI, Supt. WEST KUTLAND, Vt.
All llm trrntlpH nf Rutland Marble. In the
shape of slabs ot various thicknesses required
for Furniture.' Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses! also Cublo Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes. Including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yaru at au limes.
Our extensive arrancremcntil for tho Droduc-
tlon ot Marble, In the way of Quarrying Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
ot saws, place us In position to supply the
wants gl tne Trade, wnoieeaie ana iiciau
iionlers. llulldera. Furniture-Men. and gen
eral Manufacturers will nnd It to their Interest
to fa or us wttn tneir orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
CJTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
bole proprietors nnd manufacturers ot tho
STONE CHANNELING OK QUARRYING MA
For cutting atone Into IvarlousSilzes and di
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
office and Bnora,
JOHN W. CKAMTON, Pres't,
UKAAKIJiS 1C, RUrCfi, 1TCOS,
CHAKLKS CLARK. SCC1
GEO. J. WARDWELL, Supt.
Q CRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
n Marbla Saws and Currency token In ex-
cnango tor Kaus at mo
movldam RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works.
TPLUMBING AND GAB FI1TING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. 18. Merchants' Row,
In Storo with IL It. Dyer, I m prepared to do
all work In my llnq In a workmanlike menner
at reasonable rates.
I'LUMBIXa AND OAS FITTINO UOODS
suppllea at the lowest rates.
jy' orders 'toy mall prompUy attended to.
S. D. JENNESS,
Rutland. May 2. 1813, dJm
AJ' nichss PcMwrntmi rnatrfleai
ng over Cad-Flag it Hush Wtlom
rjease tp call and eet3ir;m.J , ,
RUTLAND, VT., SATURDAY
II HE (l70StNG OUT SALE
Of n stock of
GROCERIES AND 1'ROVISIONK,
DOMESTIC D1IV GOODS,
BOOTS AXI) fllOt;-!,
CKOCKEItY, (1LASSWAKE, 40., AC.,
HAS' C O'M M K N E I)
W'lll avail Ihemselvra of Iho opportunity w hlch
It trord3 to replenish tnetr stork of household
JP Ever' arllclo Ls sold at rott or less,
ft-KtSK CAM, ASD IKVIJX l'KICKS.
O. W. C'HAl'UN, Jr..,
No. V, Mr.RCHAXTS ROW, RUTLANU.
AJiroOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
T T cut Wo cords of hnrn wood In Mondon,
to Oro. W. Ciiapuv, Jr., Merchants'
The subscriber has a Candv iimurntus com
prising n complete .outilt, for manurncturlng
candy, which he will sell for less thnn one-half
tho original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, very cheap ; and one pair of Double Work
OEO. W. CHAPLIN, Jr.,
V Merchnnts' Row.
Rutland, May 26. mySCdtf.
& T. C A D E N
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, AO.,
' (ILAS.S, EARTHEN WARE
AXI) FANCY OOODS.
Also, Dealer In
DRY (iOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS OOODS,
'.HOSIERY, OI.OVES, Ac, A.-.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constanllv nn hor.,i
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO
WDRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUXT ON THE
BANKS OF KNOLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN HTS.
1 H 7 !i .
O L D RED S T ORE.
OllOOKItTKH AA'I) I'JIOVJXOX.S,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf Merchants' Row.
U I- T O N M A R K E
il'.sio.s a; iiAitt.suii
All kinds of Meats. TFish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley Spregue's Block, Merchants' Row.
E E R T II R N E R
BUOAll HRFTJflNU COMPANY,
7K WALL STREET, NEW VOIIK,:
ntrr lct nale nil I hn various trades of KCOned
nnfrnrnr nunerior ouailtv nt the LowestMarket
JTlCes. A superior quAlliy ui nulla nunui u'i
uonteciioners use. aisu,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA O,
And tho lower grades ot
I' K I, h 0 w sua A 11
rtnlem ta ba addressed to our oflice In Xew
York, to wail oireci, vor. rean.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have them as
Terms Thirty days,
or Cash In 7 days, less
( per cent, dlacoun
The subscriber offers (or sale tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 81 COTTAGE STREET,
Comer William Street.
House Is In good repair, cintAlM Is rooms, gas
ni,i ivatr AtmvA rmrt ntAwi.I.rvfltliii desirable.
Cellar alwaya drif Mwl?eMUUeallarn lias
ri h VoommIoa glff h'U any tunVti
C, II. FORBES.
MORNING, JUNE 28,
11 H. DYER.
NO. in MI-.tKilANTS' ROW,
Jr!V.i!J'."i' '0'"l''.,l,(,''''tl'le nnd stationary En.
ImMi Tl'i 'i'1'1' ForciMibd CNtern Pumps:
I 'f U'Wi Rubl.er Oyercoafs. tiim" i ind -Mlt-
iV. iV, '" ,r.'".""u """'runuges! water, steam
iu i S5,",l ,,,Ul"f?' S',"1 Flxtim'S, all klndii Flax
ers'floofis lri lv'1,l)" -,,,' I'luinO-
SI KAM, WATLlt ANI (IAS FIT! INO
Dene nt shor
notice, and nt prices adapted to
Kntland.Mn (, ls?5 myldAwif
"pAMI'IIOHINE" cures every pntn,
J Ae. Try II. Sold by nil druggUN.
, REnillN HOYT, Pn-p'r, New Yiirk.
'.VrONKY-MAKlNO HOOKS for Sun
Xfl. inercnntasslng. Agents nnd salesmen
attention I HrynnCs Library of Poetry and
Song j The Nov Housekeciior's Manual, by Mrs.
lleecherond.Mrs. StuHe. Iloth selling fast and
nr. Exclusive territory ; liberal terms. J. B.
FORD A" CO., New Yoik, Boston, Chicago and
So a Francisco. Juncsidirwlw
" pSYCHOMANCY, or Soul CUnrmlut;"
.1. Hon cither sex may fascinate nnd gain
Iho loo nnd nffectlons of any person they
choose Instantly. This simple meutnl acquire
ment all can possess, free, by mall, for 25C., to-
Kniin nn 11 nun uitKn guiuo, i.gjpuan urncie.
Dreams, Hints to Lndles, Weddlng-Nlght Shirt,
ke. A queer liook. Address T. WILLIAM A-CO
Pubs. Plilladelphla. June21dAwiw
AGENTS don't deccivo yourselves or
others by trying to soil old worthless
uuuks. "L,iwngsione ixisi anu rouno," son pages
loocngrawngs. maps, Ac. Price $3.60. is tho
onlybookon Africa and its etploirs which
jjuuiiiu nin uuy. noiui mr sample (iroc) to
, MUTUAL PUBI.ItlllNO CO, Hartford, Conn.
ITANTEI. - Wholesalo I'lirrliaslntr
, ; .,Ki-iii:-i ii'i lur uuiuuui soiling .IlllCUinU
mado nt Banbury, Conn. Tho latest and best.
The Rfillest, fastest nnd easiest lock stitch,
straight needle machine In the market. Better
terms than any company Address,
JOHN A. DOIiflE, c.enernl Agent, Daiibmy, ct.
pAST ADRIFT I CAST ADRIFT ! I
J A companion to the famous "Threo Years
lnnMnn-Trap" nnd "Ten Nights in a Bar
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tlvo circulars and terms sent free on application
to OEO. MACLEAN, Punllshcr, 3 School street,
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OCEAN'S STORY, or Triumphs of
Thirty Centuries : by F. B. Goodrich, (son
of 'Teter Parley") and E. Howland. A work of
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Is replete wlih Incidents, thrilling adventures!
battles, shipwrecks, mutinies, piracies, Ac!
Describes how from tho first tlnv bark, whnn
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ders from deep waters, with many other mat
ters of lively Interest, which go to mako up one
of the most valuable, fascinating and remark
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and terms address, HUBBARD BROS., Publish
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MIE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN
TIlTTr"Ti t in rrr, mrnTrnt...
UUllLiJl,l,l OI.OUIJ ...
It ls specially adapted to constitutions " worn
down " and debilitated by tho worm weather of
Spring nnd Summer, when the blood Is not In
active circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities from sluggishness nnd Imperfect action
of tho secretive organs, and ls manifested by
Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches, Bolls, Pustules,
Scrofula, Ac, Ac.
When w enry and languid from overwork, nnd
dullness, drowsiness nnd Inertia take tho place
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SATURDAY. .TUNE 39, is;;..
Browii In tho Mue of tin- titer lies
.... A s ""Ion v lay trout 1
" no could Irotiblo iitmself lo rU'.
t . And got thetncUflout 7
Iit tnndo riothtnr tun tit-.. i..H
f t ''',0.'l"d lltcn nnil listen nnd luok :
Let Ihere be n truce between prayer and t roi
1 ,MlVet)','e,,.!"(, IK" ',n,l "n hook. 1 '
1 niu iearn 1110 song tho rltcr sIiil-s
, ., ,,n,Vl,rJ ''' "'"0 nnd tune, '
Of Ihli day, the sweetest ot nil tweet
" i v: w " v"' i usii :
Low I He on tho soft green bed,
n,l finking tho layntr 1
Green is the ennopy o'er my head,
1 ho larch's frlngo hangs fair
In scented darkness over myeyes
t .. Ie-liuiiifi brambles trail :
I know, I feel tho bluo of the skies
-.,. 1 need notseter her veil.
" IM fjwes tnnglo tho water above.
Below my nook of rest :
The love-born spoils of a wild rose dav--in June
Qulter, O larch I till tho Cloning's hne
Vniir tnscif'U rlu, nn,l ,..11 "c
3Iur"Ji',rl 0 ,,0 1 1110 bramble sprats.
, Till you find your homo in tlie w h 1
Sing, 0 thrush I ln niy listening e"rs
, '!0P t0 ,lle '"onk of old.
I could listen and lie for 11 hundred vc.ns
Sh ccp. in 1 no prldo or your royal Juw er,
Past tho town to tho sea :
Teach me thowholo of ipw murmurliig lat,
ti, ,?ill.'"Bl,'t coi.iec nil too soon ; '
The night, ah, me! of this glorious dnv-in
A I.rtton lit IDIstnr)-.
A. D. Iton.
It was a summer evening,
Olrl Mr. Smith liml .nn,.
From San Francisco, by balloon.
To his suburban home,
His pleasures he was wont to take. '
, his grandchild Colfauno,
While nln lncr .it. prAnnof
Roll somettilng large, and smooth, and round.
Trt llfr lirAt ir.i Tl iiiitti e i
And ask tho young sport It lie know
hero that queer pnhcozolc grew.
Thn old man Smith stopped up and look
u ic.ll. ill ill", luiliu,
And shook It till it rattled out
A Lrtll ortun nf fint
!! n!11?sy-?,0,sl.,!.aw J11"lo:'s skull," quo! Ii ho,
" Vt ha f ell In t he great ' letory."
Xow toll us w hat 'twxs all about."
OUnc Ilenrv (Tlnv liinnln.i
hllo on her mallet Colfaxatne
Leaned with a look inspired.
"Come, tell us who tho warriors itere.
And why they killed each other here,"
ILTJ13 tlie Yankees," said old Smllh,
"Vi ho mado tho Modocs run,
Because they covetod tho lands
The red men hunted on.
It's somewhat mixptt hnr nil nrr,.,A
That 'twas a famous victory.
.Men, babes and women, fifty-throe.
Followed tho Indian rlilor
One hundred times as many whites
Tlrmiehr Vr 1 s. tn m.tr .
And every red was killed,'1 said he,
"But what good came of it at last ?
v3m-u Kmie i-onaxine.
Good j Why wo got their land, 5 ou bet-
The homo vou're llvlntr in
Imlmnnvn hpjithpn Kniln won we
Ana ese our nag. 1 ween."
But did they read tho Bible then ;"
Said pitying Colfaxlne.
Why, that 1 cannot say," quoth ho ;
But 'twas a glorious victory."
The Poor Smith.
A UIALr.CT NOVEL IS HVU MINUTES.
UV OniilECS C. KURIL
The proud master of the i-Halo and the
member of the legislature confronted each
other In momentary silence; tho former
cry white and breathing quickly, tne lat
ter not so white and smiling In nn ivory
manner. Finally the Hon, Julul.ee spoke
".Now, les you see hyar, JHars r Jlorgl-
jee, I.aln't done g'wino to wait for di yar
bill no longer, uat s tun a y bo n. lm
chile's in do legs'lature now, honey, an'
wants do money sunn.
Uasslo Morguco cyeil ins guest still more
sternly; but evidently labored to keep a
constraint upon himself in his answer:
"As I told yo i befoah, I tell you now
once moab, it's not in my present powah
Juba to pay you, now, nnd heah. An' 1
could uo so, sirran, ny my iiaiuume you u
have your pitiful money within the liowali
and be shown the doali !
"Den mars'r, sheriff hah to put urn screw-
sab. Dat's shu's y' bo'n."
"How soon, I cayah not."
"Sorry fo' you, mar'r; an' IV young
marsr an young missis; but ills chiles
got Ills rights, shu's y' bo'n. Mut hab dot
money , nnd dat s a lac .
rims sneaking. Jir. l,co iook ins uepan.
ure. And tho venerable owner ot tno grand
old chateau nnd ground, fell Into a chair.
with his face in Ills bonds, exclaiming!
This this is, monh than I can byahl"
Young Tawcleaux Morgijce, in dress cont
of tho Inst century and nctiier continua
tlons of the year before, darted hastily into
tno room ot ins inenu i-ourarro oteeie,
bearing in his tremulous right hand a copy
of that morning's Daily Inquisitor, where
in appeared the lollowing verses i
When Sylvia's fatal frown I sec
Reward ray burning pray'r,
1 doubt If saints would envy me
Tho martyr's crown 1 bear ;
For anger more than patience met k
Mv tl,iti1ntrivns Rend forth.
To mark the Southcrland's daughter seek
A suitor from tno orin.
Yet all the cruel pangs I feel
Are still ns woman old;
And ne'er a copper cares for Steele
The Sylvia wooed by gold.
"Seo h'yar, Steele," cried tho agitated
Intruder, after having read tho lines aloud
In nn excited manner, "l rcquian an nn
mcdiato explanation of tills stuff? You
mean my sister that's clcah. How dayab
. , ... . , ... i.i .i.
"uayani repemeu iu ;ulul-, juih
hotlv. "That's not mo worn lor me,
reckon. 'Dayah?' I dcclayahl what
next? Tho young lady Is becoming over
sensitive, X lean, l-emaps you naven
noticed, Mr. Fawclcaux, that your slstor I
encouraging tho addresses of that Yankee
Macrcady Mobilyay. who s been trying to
lniv vour nlacc."
"ilv sister! the Yankee! " gasped tho
young man, starting back with clenched
"To be suah." returned Pourarre Steel
with a sneer. Tho brother stared nt him
In wrathful Incredulity :
"Sylvia Morgijec a daughter of the
Smith and of Vlrcinvah encourage the
addresses of northern scum of a sordid
mudsill who takes advantage of our debt to
Juba to try to buy of us our old patrimon
ial estate for seven dollars and n half? Its
a lie I 1"
"Llali!" , ,
The former friends eyed each oilier with
baleful fury, and the cplgrammlst pointed
to the door. ,
'Mr. MorgUcc, rctyah, sir."
"Gladly, Mr. Stcclci but only to, send'a
friend to wait upon you in my place. D'y
PRICE .'THREE CENTS.
TIiuj tho young Virg!ntan parlcu 1 to
meet next m foes nnj fUtolto plttnl.
"Tito jt-)ali I" wlilsporcJ Slvln, indig
nnntly, ns elio and tho gentleman, Iicr com
panlon, walkeil slowly In n retired street,
near wlikh hoy liatl met, by clmncr, tin
"TI10 Kfc-yah that an oM family liko oum
can be driven to luch extremity for an old
(larkcy'i debt. Patttntr all their money to
BCther, poor Pa and Fawclcnui, wcro not
able to mako up mote than half tho sum
Its fe-yar-ful, and has cost m nil bitter
'''aow, tlu tell?" ejaculated Mncrcadi
Mobilyay, svmnathotlcnllr. tvlia i nit'.-
your old dad don't take my offer lor the place,
unu m i muiiK wuii it as a son-in-law. Haow
snug that'll 1 0 for all handsJSilvy."
"I reckon it would, Maeroadyf but t-aand
brother aro proud of the old place, you
Know, and deslvah to not H eVii- It ,i,u,.
you offer only "
at tins moment an aged man, his gray
locks streaming wildly in the imrln nin
came suddenly upon tbcm from around au
adjacent comer ; distraction in his manner,
and a groan of anguish on his lips i
"Sylvia your brother Pourarre Steele
duel wo must go thnyali and stop it"
Ho could say no more . but darted nn frnn
ticaly toward the surburbs of the cltv, not
having noticed, apparently, the bated "being
in his daughter's company.
"Duel I The I'oV-ynh I" shrieked the young
lady following after him, in a frenzy.
Tho Northern canltalist stared new Lim
v.bistled n moment, and then followed lei-
Upon the Ujrk and bloodv ltouiu! concr
oily patronizcil by the best Southern societt
for such occasions stood young Morgijce anil
Steele, with their seconds. Tho latter con
suited together, while the principals stood
apart, aud seemed greatly t.oublcil about
something. Then one of them went ami
whispered to his man, and the oilier to M
"I haven't cot it rent nbout mo." aaM Fun
clcatix, dUcnmfitcdly, to his second's ques
"I don't own a dime myself," was tho tie.
airing reply of Pourarre to ij friend.
"Then, gentlemen," cried both second
together, "you can't exchange flynhs; for
each of uj has come here supposing that
tho other would bring ammunition with
him ; nnd, as neither happens to have any,
and all ot us combined can't rahe'thc means
to buy any, we may well relinquish the af
faugh, and "
"My son! my son I ami indeed hear in
time?" cited the elder Morgijec, bounding
distractedly upon tho scene.
"The ic-yah!" screamed tho ensuing
Sylvia, throwing herself beautifully between
"What's all the row about?" inquired
Macrcady Mobilyay, lounging up,
"I do not cayah to.live," muttered Faw
clcaux, gloomily, "since I see now, for my
self, that both you, father, nnd Sylvia, have
yonder IjscI Yankee in your company."
"You see, I was right about it," added
Pourarre Steele, as dejectedly.
Sy'fvia',"my 'Oeafi?'-' "h" "
Alio maiuen nau caugni inc reprcacuiui
eye of her former wooer, Pourarre, ami
looked plteoutly to the ground.
"I knew that my father's and brother
honor was at stake to Juba Lee," she said,
slowly, "and dared not repulso the only
human crtature in Richmond, possibly, who
had the means to advance tne sum ot un
dent." Mr. Mobilyay sawatoncothathc had lost
s bride, but did. not appear much affected.
"Sec here, nuow, neighbor," said he to
tho aged Ca-sio Morgijec, "what mount be
this hero debt o'yourn to the llou'ble Mr
"It is lor a job ol wiutcwasliing, done lot
me just bcfoali Julia was elected to the leg
islature," nnswercd the venerable Virginian
snulv, "and amounts to liny.
"fifty what i"
"Wol, then, I'll tell what I'll do squire,"
returned Macrcady. "I'll-hand you that
amount and seven dollars and a quarter be
sides, and give up the lady, if you'll sell
your house and land to mo for that identi
cal sum-tottle. it s giving you a rise, you
see, of twenty-fivo cents ovexmy offer fust-off.;-
Struck by tho magnanimity andjustice of
this proposal, Mr. Morgijec accepted it on
tho spot. The young men tookpait of the
money, nnd on the following day, resumed
their duel, in which I'ourarra .Steele was
slain. When tho llrst shock ol the atlair
was over, Mr.' Mobilyay took heart to re
new bis lormer suit to syivia: anu as nicy
had their choice between encouraging him
and retiring to the almshouse her father
and brother received Inra (in his own noue,
N ,.1 ..V... I"..-,.
?' tno way,; wiuioui violence. .eto i vrr.
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in London, tho finest collection of art, and
tho finest countrv-seats in tho Kingdom ;
his wife is celebrated for her btyiuty, and
her display of diamonds ot tho recent festi
val given by tho emperor of Austria at
A'lenna, mado all tho other ladles, tho em
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AVhat the income of this British Cricius as
we have never seen nny statement of, but a
Manchester paper gives an account of his
annual profits derived from his coal mines,
which amount to V o enormous sum of
000,000. So the income from one source
alono of this inordinately wealthy person, is
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