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RUTLAND, VT.. SATURDAY MOKNINCJ. DECEMBER (i, 1S7.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
r0L. 1 NO. 187.
rintTAIN COKNICES OP HLACK
V.' Walnut, or nil (lilt, mado to order. Cur
tuln Hlncs, Tassels nnil Cords. DL'AHHOHN
UIIOW CASUS. CL1HJN.I.H, J;'''v
l5 and Mniitlo .Shelves 1';,",(ii"i-?Ltl,J,i ill
linln or .Moulded rdgvo,
XKW MOULDINGS FOK PICTLKK
Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, uvil
MIANOS AND OKOANS Tuned, Kogu
J. lnteil nnd Hciialrcil, .Molnitcnn anil orcan
bellows re-covcreil with new rubber 11 nil tii.nl"
mm: dkckkk kkothkks pianos
L nro pronounced "absolutely matchless In
every particular." i:. X. Mr.ltltlAM s-lli them.
OKOANS t lowest
I.1. N. MI'.IHMAM'S.
U HI-XT MUSIC, Music Hooks mid small
n Instruments, ulso best violin, llultar and
inlonrr-ilo string may id-1 ad at
K. N. MKltlllAI
'IMIi: OKOVKK it KAKKK SKWING
1 mauiini: is the best machine for family
us.., as man who hnvoiisoil others luvve found
nut. Hold on Installments at II. Is. Mhliltl A.M'M.
1'. I'., i.e. Pianos, Pictures, Piotuio
1'rnuies and Perfect riltlwr Shirts nt
K. X. MHHHIAM'S.
It I TI. A N D I, A U N I) It Y .
I'NPKU HIT. CKMltlt. llOCHK,
MUltl HANTS' HOW, - - - lM'TLVNJi, VT.
M. Klsm or
iiiwd' work, HCFrusa, ti.vristi .!.,
Executed with neatness and illspaleli.
An experienced Laundress fur nil kinds of
1 allies' Work,
novsodtf MOl'I'AT O'llUILX.
C A It I)
llll. iiAItDWHLL HOL'iSK HIIAVINI. AND
iiaii: imiissi.vri .v. iiathi.no salooox.
Mr. Henry Williams, from New YniK has
purchased the nloo hnlr-Urosslmr room ami
Ins titled It up In Unit-class stylo nnd does tliu
tmst work, In tho most urtlstlo timnner. He
also docs hair work In ns lino stylo as done In
V.ils country. He makes w Igs, sw Itches, curls,
chains nnd anything that Is desired In the line
of hair work. Ilo would bo pleased to see the
ladles of ltutland nnd vicinity and Klyo them an
example of his abilities In that line. (;ive lilm
acallnuUjou will llnd over) thing to suit the
tictsodtt WILLIAMS k WILLY.
lll.f OlIATION OK f'llt'HCHLS HALLS AXU
Man) ears experience. Oood first class work
el leasonnblo prices. Home and seo my work
in the llaxter National Hank.
no ail.liii" ltutland, Vt.
111 TI.AND .MANI KACTCIIINO COMPANY,
Miitiuracturt'rs and wholesale dealers In
WlOD AND CHAIN SL'AT (.'HAULS, UI'.ll.
STI.ADS AND U1IAIIC
( nrner of West and 1'orest Sts,
i noon, Agt. (i. c. Ilri.'in.ns, Treas.
J W. IC I X O .
vi.iiiufnclurcrnud wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, HOOKS, HLINDS,
Mill I.HINOS, IIIIAOKKTS, AND HOl'SlI rl'lt
or KVKUV IlK'CHIITinN.
1' L US.VCi; ST1IEKT, HCTI.AMI, Vi.
orders bv mall or otherwise promptly attend
I lo. in) ldtf
LINCOLN IKON' AVOKKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of tho
most improved construction. Derricks und
pumping machinery, castings and general ina
Mcelaud Iron Wire Hope nl Manufacturer's
ltutland, Vt.. May 1,19,3. mayldtf
A. II. IIAWLKY,
c ixrit.irmi: .i.v rit.icTtc.ih nlatkh,
lie Is prepared to do all work piomplly and
well, ordei-s can be left at J. H. (llynn's storu
on Merchants' How-, or at tho llardwell House.
Utftnnctt Itockwood llarrett, llutland; L. M.
Mason. Prestdent of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
KAVKREENS : IIKAVP.KKP.NS 1
Till: ONLY COLD K WATEI! PII001'
C I. O T II
11 O O T S
IN THK MAIIKKT.
All tliosi) troubled with corns and cold feet
an get iclleved by buying a pair at
NO. II MLIIC'II ANTS' HOW.
ATI-INS' IIUIT'AI.O T.INKD HOOTS
for Kallroad Men, at No. fi .Merchants'
LI) LADIP.S HKAVKK mul I'KLT
SHOLS; also, Congress Arctic overshoes,
ii. W. CUItlilKU'S,
No. c Mercliaiits' How,
I'Y TIIK -MOCCASIN
WOOD CHOI'I'LltS, nt
IOOTS AND SIIOKS.
w. i:. puss
Has now In store a full stock ol
HOOTS, SIIOKS AND KlJHHKKS.j
which ho IsM'ltliigal CAlrcinelvllnw prices.
A ("A HI'.
I have Just received Iho ugcucy for .Munsoii's
imoxcellod New- Y'ork shoes, nnd shall endeavoi
at all limes to hnvo a full line of all widths am
Yours respeel fully,
w, i:. itoss,
No. r., Merchants' How, Hutlnnd, Vt.
Oct vo dly
OOK HINDINO. Weiiro now ready
In rec'ive orders for nil kinds of work.
. (ILOHi: PAPKIt CO.
f PAOS. AVn have now lu slock nn nssoit
X ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tugs, which we will
sell nt manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good stock of " Phillip's He
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient nnd ser
viceable nrtlclo for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages ares Goods can bo more readily mark,
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods; no chance ot tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
lo tear othor goods or your fingers. They aro
sale, strong and clunp. Call and examlno
them. OLOIJE PAl'EIt CO.
rjnii: xi:w voitic timks.
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lent condensation of the news of (he week! t In
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nro reviewed nl length, ami a law ipianllty or
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pitOSPIXTUS POK 1871-SP.VP.NTII
t ii i: A L I) I N H.
An Illustrated Monthly .lournal, unlvusally
admitted to bo tho Handsomest Period
ical In the World. A Hepresenta
i Iv eand Champion of Am
not roi: sali: in 'jook ounlw.sstouhs.
7V.c .U.I,1.', while l,sued with nil the regular
ity, has none of the temporary or timely Inter
est characteristic At ordinary periodicals. It Is
nn elegant mbeellaiiy of pure, light and grace
ful HI erature ; anil a collect Ion ot pictures, the
rarest specimens of in tlstlo skill, In black nnd
white. Although each succeeding number af
fords n fresli pleasure to lis it lends, tho real
value and beauty of The Abhue will be most ap
preciated nfler it has been bound up nt the
close of the year. While oilier publications may
claim superior cheapness, ns compared with
rivals ol a similar class, The Aldtne is a unliiuo
and original conception alone and unnpproach
ed absolutely without competition in price or
character. The possessor ol a coinpleto volume
cuiinot duplicate I lie ipniutlt) ot'llne paper and
engravings in nny other sluipo or number ot
volumes lor ten limes Its cost ; and then, there
are the ehromus, besides !
aht i)i:pai!T.mi:nt, isvi.
The Illustrations of The AUm have won a
world-wide reputation, anil In the ail centres
of Luropo It Is an admitted fact that Its wood
cuts nro examples of tho highest perfection
ever attained. The common prejudice In lavor
of "steel plates," is rapidly yielding to u more
educated and discriminating taste whlcn recog
nises the advantages of superior artistic (piall
tv with greater facility of production. Tho
woodculsof The .IWniciiossess all the delicacy
nnd elaborate linlsh of the most costly steel
plate, wnilo they niiord a. better rendering or
tho artist's original.
To fully realize the wonderful won; which
The Aldine lsdolnir for tho cause of art culture
In America, It Is only necessary to consider tho
cost lo tho people ot any other decent represen
tations or the productions or great painters.
Hi addition to designs by tho members of the
National Academy, and oilier noted Amerlcnn
artists, The Aldind will reproduce examples of
tho best foreign masters, selected Willi a Mew
to tho highest artistic success nnd greatest gen
eral Interest. Thus tho subscriber to The AUine.
will, at a trilling cost, enjoy In ids own homo
tho pleusures und reilnlng Influences of true
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1ST! will be by
Thos. Morau and J. D. Woodw ard.
Tho Chilstmas lssuo for isTt will contain
special designs appropriate to tho season, by
our best artists, and will surpass In attract Inns
an) ot Its predecessors.
PliLMll'M l'Olt IsTI.
livery subscriber to Tho AlJln for the year
h74 will receive a pair of chromes, Tho origin
al pictures were painted In oil for tho publish
ers of The J Mint, by Thomas Moran. whoso
great Colorado picture was purchased by con
gress for ten thousand dollars. Tho suujerls
weru chosen to represent "'I ho Hast" and "Tho
West." One Is a view- in tlio White Mountains,
New Hampshire ; tho oth ,r gives Tho curfs ot
(ireen Hlver, Wyoming Territory. Tho dlirer
enco In tho naturo ot tho scenes themselves Is
a pleasing contrast, and affords a good display
ot tho artist's scope and coloring. Tho chromos
nro eacli wo ked from thirty distinct platcs,iind
aro In Blzo (13 x HI) and appearance exact lac
similes ot tho originals, The presentation of a
worthy examrlo of America's greatest land-
seapo painter lo tho subscribers of The Aldine
was a bold but peculiarly happy Idea, and Its
successful realization Is attested by tho follow
ing testimonial, over the signature ot Mr. Mo
ran lilinseir j
Ni.w viik, N. .1., sept, setli, isT3.
Messrs. Jvmes Suttox k Co.
(Itntlemtn, 1 nm delighted Willi the proofs In
color ot your chruuios. They are wonderfully
succossiul representations by mechanical pro
cess ot iho original paintings:
(Signed,) 'IIIOS. MOHAN.
Theso chromos nro in every sense Aineilcnn.
They are by an original American process, wllh
material ot American manufacture, from de
signs of American scenery by an American
palmer, and presented to subscribers to the
llrst successful American Art Journal. If no
better because of all this, they will certainly
possess an interest no foreign production can
Inspire, and nellher are they any the worse it
byieasonof peculiar facilities ot produellon
thev cost ihe publishers only u trifle, while
equal In every respect to other chromos t lint
nro sold singly for double tho subscription
price of The Aldine. Persons of Insto will prize
tliuso pictures for themselves not for the price
they dldordld not cost, and will npnreclatu the
enterprise thai renders their distribution pos
sible. If Miy hiibscrlbcrshould Indlcato a preference
for a llguru subject, tho publishers will send
"Thoughts ot Homo" n now and beautiful
chromo lixlio Inches, representing a little
Iliillnn exile whoso speaking eyes betray Ihe
longings nt ins ueuri.
$.1 jkt ifioiuHi, iii ttilcance,iritt Oil Chromu
I'or titty Cents Lxtrn, tno chromos will bo
tent, inounteil, vurnlslied, and prepaid by
The AMIne will, herenller, bo obtainable only
by subscription, ihero will bo no reduced or
club rate ; cash for subscriptions must bo sent
to the publishers direct, or handed lo tho local
cunvusser, without resioiislbliity to tho pub
lishers, except ill cases whero tho cerllllcato Is
given, bearing Iho fac simile signature of
James Mutton X Co.
Any person wishing to act permanently ns a
local canvasser will iccelvo full and prompt In
formation by applying to
JAMHS SUTTON & CO., Publishers,
ocUSdtf. M Maiden Lane, Now York,
CIELKHY PLANTS From Peter Hender
I son ready on and after Juno 2Hli. Send In
your orders. Cabbage plants for latocroiiby
tho hundred or thousand; also, (Ireen Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is tho colebrated Amaranttias Salslfollus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Hon
quels, wreaths sc., mado to order,
mayedly ur Fulr Uronudj
iti:i: i-'uom alcohol.
Dlt. J. W.VI.KEll'rt CAI.DOIIM I VISEI1 vi: IHTmis
nro u purely vcKtlnblo iireparnllon, , niade
chlelly from (ho nallvo herbs found on the (iw
er ranees of the Mleira Nevada mountains of
California, the medicinal properties of which
nio extracted therefrom without the use of Al
cohol. The uuesttou Is almost dally nskeil,
"W hat Is the caiiso of the unparalleled sure ess
otVisEiHKlllTTKiis?" ourniiswi r Isthat lhej
li niovo the cause of disease, uiidtho p.illenl le
eovershls hciilth. They nro the (treat WimhI
purlller and n Hfc-'TlMnff principle, a perfect
Itenovator and HiMttoralnr otthesvslem. Nev er
bcfiuo in the history of the world lias a hied
P:luo been compounded possesslnK the remark,
ablo ntulllles of Viskoak IIittkks In healliif,' tho
sick of any illsonso man Is heir to. 'lhevarun
Kcntlo Purcativo as well as Tonic, rel lev uik
cotiffeiitloii or Inllaminntlnn of the Liver and
Visceral orsansor llllllous Diseases,
Dlt. WALKLU'S CALI OHNIA VINLOAll
act on all these eases In a singular manner,
llv pmitvlni.' the lllood they lemove the c.iue,
and by resolvlnif uwnylbe enectsof Hie In
llaiiimallou (the luberculardeiwslls) the nireet.
oil p.uis receive heitllli, and n permanent cure
IP MIIV WILL L.N.IOY OO'ID IIL.M.TII,
let them ikii Viki'.oih HiiThiis ns a medicine,
ami mold tliu use nf alcoholic slbnulants In
proi lnliii ViM.im: IllTTi.iis (he miel wondeifnl
liivlsorant thai ever sustained the lnl.liiK
Nil PLKMlN CAN TAKi: TIIIM: HIITLIiH
iicconlluir lo illredlons ami remain loll!, un
well, provided Ihiir bones are not ileslinjeit by
mineral popon or other meal s, and viinl ni
valis wasted bevoml repair.
IIILI.IOI S.L'LMirrr.NT.AND INTLIIMITTr.NT I
which ale so
i.revnlent In the valleys of our
L-rent rivers Ihrougnoiii mo i u iei .!".
!:...-.i..ii ii,n. nf tin, MlssUsitml. Ohio. Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cunibui land, Arkan
sas, Hod Colorado, llrazos, lllo oramle, l'earl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ho.inoke, James,
and many others, with their Mist trlbutailes,
throughout our entire country, during the
sumnier and Autumn, und remarkably so dur
lii" seasons of unusual heat and dryness, aro
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and other ab
dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, excrl tug a pow el fill liilluence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessary. 1 here
Is no cathaiilo for the wrpose equal to Dr. . .
WAI.KEII'S VISEOAB IIITTKKS, IIS tllC.V Will speCll-
llv remove the dark-colored viscid matter with
which tho bowels am loaded, ut the same lime
stimulating the secretions of the liver, anil gen
erally restoring Ihe healthy inactions of the ill
gesll'v e organs.
poiti'iFY thi: itoDY AfiAiNvr dislasi:
by puiif.Wngnlltho fluids with ViM.om ir-Ti-.ns.
No epidemic can take hold (.1 lliesysii-in
thus forciu mod.
DYM'LI'SIA Oil INDHILsiiON,
head-aehe, pain luthe shoulders, coughs, light
lies of tho chest, dizziness, sore eruciailons of
the stomach, bad tnsle In the moil h, bilious al
tacks, palpitation of the heart, Inil.immntlonof
the lungs pain In Iho region of the kidneys,
and a hundred other painful s) mploins are off
springs of dyspepsia ne bottle will prove n
better guarantee of Its merits than a lengthy
SI KOITLA, OK KINO'S l'.VIL,
while swellings, ulcers, Kiyslpelas, swelled I
neck, goitre, scrofulous initamiiiutlous, mercu
rial nnocilons, old sores, eruptions of tho skin,
sore eves, etc. In these, as In all oilier tonsil- i
tutlon'al diseases, Wai.keu's Viseii.vii HiiTi i its
have ihown their great curative poweislnthe
most obstinate and Intractable cases. ,
INl'LAMMATOHY AND CHItONH' lllll".'
gout, blllous.iemittent and lnteimlttciit fevers,
diseases ot tho blood, liver, kidneys nnd blad
der, these bitters have no equal. Suehdlseoses
are caused bv vitiated blood
Persons engaged 111 paints und minerals, such
us plumbers, type-setters, gold-beaters and
miners, as tney advance III life, are subject to
paral) sis ot iho bowels Toguard ugiilnstthls,
lake a dose ot Wai kkk's Vinhiaii Hittkiw occa
sionally. roil skin disi:asi:s.
eruptions, tetter, salt rheum, blotches, spots,
plmnles, pustules, bol'.s,carbuncle.s,rlng-worms,
scald heads, soiu eyes, erysipelas, Itch, scurfs,
dlscolorntlons of tho skin, humors and diseases
of tho skin ot whatever nnmo or nature, are
literally dug up nnd curled out of tho system
Inn short I Imo by tlio use of theso Hitlers.
PIN, TAlli: AND OTIILIt WOIIMS,
lurking In the system of so many thousands, aro
effectually destroyed and removed. No system
of medicine, no vermlfiucs, no nntholinfnltles
will free tho system from worms llko these Hit
ters l'Olt FHMAl.i: COMPLAINTS,
lu j 011112 or old, married or single, nt tho dawn
of womanhood, or tlm turn of life, these Tonic
imfm display so dccldtnl an tntliience Hint Im
provement Is soon perceptible.
CI.HANSKTHi: VITIATKD HI.OOD
whenever jou find Its Impurities bursting
through tho skin In ptmiiles, eruptions or sores,
cleanse It whun you II ml It obstructed and slug
gish In Iho veins : cleanse It when It Is foul ;
jour feelings will tell you when. Keep Ihe
blood pure, uml the health ot tlio system will
it. it. McDonald a co
Druggists and (ieneral Agents, Man l'raiicisco.
California, and corner of Washington and
Charleston streets, N. Y.
SOI 11 i v t I.I. 11111'fiOI.STS ANU HKAI.EI1S.
Oct. s, dirw cow ty
ItAXTKK NATIONAL HANK,
II. IlfcNUV Haxtkii,
II, F, lAJTIIIKII",
J. N, HAXTKII,
T, W. PAIIK,
(1K0, H. KorcE,
(iKOKIIK H. Hottvu,
J. W, Cnturon,
N, T, SlilAOUK, .111,
W, (,'. DUNT0N,
W. ('. Landok.
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Hates.
INTKltEST AllOWEII ON TIME DEC0SITS.
A general Hanking and Hxchange business
II. HENIIV llAXTEK, PrCSt. J. N, 1IAXTKH, V. Pp'St.
(Ieohoe It, Hottuv, Cashier
rpiIK I'ALL TKHM OI1 THP. ItlMi
.1. LINOTON, vt si;hool
tor young ladles, will open on
Allmlled number of boarders taken Into (he
Principal's family for tho year.
I'or terms apply to the Principal.
Kelerences President AiikcII, Ann Aibor, '
Mich.' Prof. M. IMIy, llurlliurtoii, Vl.i Unci,,
II. Worcesler, D. I)., imrllnjjtnn, Vl.i chief
Justice Plerimliit, Vcisoimes, Vt.; Hon. 11. A.
Hull, SHnnton, I.
(.'ADi:.MY. - Tho Winter
J ) Term will hcjrlnou Thursilay, licc.-illi
I'or board, rooms, or catalogues, address
r enmioffues, nuoress
J. S Sl'Alll.DlNtl.
not l.ldeoil.vwaw Harre, Vernionl.
j.mpi.oy.mi:nt av homi:.
In evciy City mid Tow n In Vernionl, for
ele Just mil.
No subscilptlon, i:cliMc leirllor.v
ii ;ii II
L. A. I Ollll,
decillui liulland, VI.
rANTKI). Two Tniloiesses to work
w ith loumeMncn tailors on line coals:
also one paid maker, to make by hand, and a
llrsi-chiss vest maker, (lood wages and steady
work the year round. Only experienced hatuls
1'. M. SMI I If.
Nov, l, ls;a. iMdlw s; center st.
' prepared lo Mind in lieu and uppioprl
ale style all) of the popular
HOOKS, MAd.UINLS AND NLWS.
o r t ii i: i) a y ,
.17' nn: rr.iiY i.owr.sr hati:-,.
American Law Hcvlew,
American oddlellows Magazine,
llilllsh ('iniiti rl) Itevleiv,
lludget of Fun,
Cabinet Makirs Allium.
Ciilllvntor s Count r) Oentlein'n,
Druggists Circular nnd 'hrinlcnt (lazelle,
eclectic Mugalne, !
Freemason's Monlhl) Magazine, i
(inod Health, ;
oodcy's Ladle's Hook, i
Oleasou's Llteuiiv Companion,
Heart and Hand,
Hall's Journal of Heallb,
HahiiemaniilJii Monthly, 1
.lournal of lloiilciilture,
Little cm poral, ,
Leisure Hours, i
Ixiiidou lllustralcd News,
La Salic Miuithly,
Leslie's lllii-lrated News,
LeslleV Ijidv's Magazln-,
l.ittell's Living Age. i
Uimlon Ijincei, 1
Manur.ictuier und llullder,
Medical and surgical Hepoilcr,
Medical and surgical Journal, I
Massacliuserls Teacher, i
MhsoiiIo Monthly, i
Noli Ii Auui lean Hevlew,
New Lugland Farmer
Old nnd New-,
our Young Folks,
Oliver optic's Magazine,
our Hoys anil olrls.
Popular Science Monthly,
Science of Health
student and Schoolmate,
Sunday School Times,
Van Nosirauil's Lilciile Ln-l
Wilkes spirit of iho Hines,
Wll and Wisdom,
Wood's Household Magazine,
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UIK I'OI.IIII I sill AIION IN H.'ANI.K.
Paiiis, Noy. , IHTiJ.
Tu follow out tin; inelnplior vvliicli I
iul(iiteil in my last letter from tills tinnbled
Cnpit il it liecoines necessary to say Hint
the call-liny lias whistled; tlio scene lias
cliangeiliiini was icccivcil by roars of ironi
cal lailjrliliT from the liartl.ans (if the lie
luihllc nnil liy looks nf horrified (iiagrin
from tlio Koynlists. In other words the
lniiir-expecled letter of the Comte de Cham
bord was publislied n week since and by its
bold, iion-concossivo character lias not only
weakened tlio bnpe.s of Is writer lu re
spect to his becoming Henry V. of Prnncc,
but has ulsii dispirited his party and turned
tliem Into litter ridicule.
There is a cei tain dignity In the vvordi",
In which lie wiltcs: ".My personality is
nothing ; my principle Is everything." If
the Comte de Chainbord teemed to listen
to those who would disown Ilia principle in
clowning Ids person, the fault was quickly
repented of. The temptation was recog
nized but not yielded to ; lie saw its
hiilllaut promise but manfully withstood
its seductions. He lias lccovcied the re
spoct of his own conscience and if all
Kuropo as Is manifest from tho many pub
lic congratulations he lias received from
crowned heads and from the Pope, al
though perhaps he may lie w rnng-hcttded
The trouble which now exists appears to
lie in the fuel that had tho Count's letter
been a formal instead of a practical ronun.
elation of the throne ; if it had been an ab
dication In favor of his heir?, then the po
sition of the lioyallts though discouraging
enough, might not have been so desperate
as it Is now. Hut the rub is, that tho
Comte de Chambord did not abdicate. lie
claims to bo the rightful king of Prance
and calls upon his subjects to acknowledge
him as such. Ho l ejects notion" but the
conditions and concessions which were
asked of lilm, which placed him in the ig
nomiiious position of n vendible commodi
ty which Prance was haggling for, to ob
tain at his ow u price.
So far from abdicating, the Count de
claros that he is "the necessary pilot, the
only one capable of guiding "the ship to
pint, liec.uise no lias "lor that a mission
of authority." And now, since Iho Mon
archial bulible has Imist, the most derisive
laughter Is hcud upon every hand In con
sequence of these mighty, proud sayings of
the unfortunate exile. Indeed so certain
were the Itoyalists of the succession of
Hcnrv V. that extensive preparations were
alrcailv in nronies in the wav of street
' dccoriitions, llliiminallons carriages for the
' triumphal entry and gorgeous trappings
i which will have to bo lanl by upon an up
per such tor an imienniiu lime ui least.
An ecstatic paper of the day announces :
"The names of the Comte tie Chambord
and of the Comte de Paris will not be heard
In the National Assembly except nssymbols
of a lust cause. Tliey belong to the Past."
Il ic.illv seems now that France has to
choose between ISoiupartism and the lie.
public ; and all hearts and eyes hang upon
, the issues of the National Assembly which
convened on Wednesday last, the tith Inst.
It l puipojcd that .Marshal MacMulion
should be elected President of the Kcpublic
for toi ve.i:s but with the understanding
that il shall be nil honest Kcpublic and ex
1 plieitly iccogm.ed as such. It is a difficult
. collection to obtain from Monarchists but
Hope will attempt what Faith pales at.
The .Marshal gives out that lie will not
agree to iclaln his powers unless he is pro
i teeted against Monarchlal or Honapartist
attempts'; he may consider himself safe in
, extracting such a prnmise from the Assem
bly but il is a generally icecivod idea that
whatever may lie tlie next change in tho
I government tiieic iiiiiKt be, of necessity,
i some assaults to choke its vitality.
1 Tho hope of excluding M. Thiers from I
I the Presidency will, it is believed, act
' powerfully in favor of a promulgation of
; tlie olllcl.il term of Marshal MncMahou,
who, pienous to tlie inccihig of Ihe Assem
I lily ycstciday, was thought to lie a man
piiiely interested in the people, but, by his
! message, it is concluded llint he is bound lo
faction as well as iho other combustibles
, who teim themselves Fiench Politicians.
It ceitalnly is an encouraging statu of af
fairs when tlio "Kiglit" section of tlio As-
sembly asieo to vole for the renewal of
i office for MncMnhnn only to kiep the - nor
open for futuie eventualities.
It was all decided previous lo yesterday
that ns soon as '.lie National Assembly
l should meet, Marshal MacMahon was to
J petition for an augmentation of power ;
i upon lids a .Member of tho Kiglit was to
I move that the Presidency be conlcricd upon
him for ten vents, ihe object is to csian
lish a military dictatorship under tlie namo
of the Kcpulilie. The idea is not positive
ly dlsacrceablo to cither parly, nnd more
especially not to the Honapailfsts.for whom
it lias ii natural fascination. This plan
lias struck terror to the hearts of the Fu
flonlsts. or more proper now the Coufu-
sionists, who foresee, In tho event of this
movement being carried, that they will
every day lose power, as the direction of
: government comes more and more within
the reach ot the ifeprcsentauu's tu tne
Such was tlio troubled state of nffairs
when the Assembly convened yesterday at
Two o'clock was the hour set for meet.
lug nnd as a matter of course dense masses
ot tho popul.ieo nocked out lioin 1'ans lo
hang about the coitrt-yaid of tlio palaeo
and thosticcts of tlie town in hopes of
catching stray Items of tho proceedings
w ithin. Why, you will ask, is it preferred
lo conveno the Assembly at Versailles,
ten miles from Paris, rather than in tlio
city itself. Many explanations aie given
out, but the umler.lying eouiunn ot the
question exists in the inct mat in case oi
any popular rupture, tho demonstration
COUIil no cnccKCii Willi less loss ui mu iiiuu
In the crowded tttcets of tlio capital:
and more, became there is n largo en-
eampmcnt ot militia dirccuy ncioio mo
gates with their cannon's mouths pointed
towards tho palace ; and this the tlsh.wives
and excitable coster-mongers Know inn
Tho sitting of tho Assembly was long
and important, and tlio plans of the various
parties wcro brought forward with gic.it
clearness and precision : in fact it was a
most memorable piullamentary day, Tlie
Incorrect announcement that Mnrshal Mac.
Malum would appear In his olllcial uniform
anil read ins mcssago iircw together nn nn
menso audience, nlthough tho mcssago w as
not in tho order of the day, and it was
thought It would no postponed mini to-uay
Tho fnmous politician. SI. Casimlr I'crlcr,
was tho first to enter tho Houso, which
very eraduallv filled witli members. M
Thiers, who camo from Paris by rail, and
received n sllelit ovation at the Paris ter.
minus, took Ids scat upon tho Loft quite
unnoticed, However, ins, presenco was
toon discovered, whereupon tlio chairman
nnd several deputies pressed forward to
sneak with him nnd display a little imrtv
spirit. Lord Lyons and fevcral notables
occupied tho diplomatic box, whllo the
leading nations of the world weie repie.
Hcnted by their ministers,
After tlie usual formal business it siid.
denly appeared that the President's Mes
sage was lo lie lead, but not by the l'resl-
! dent. At this moment the Due do Hroglie
appealed tu the desk holding the message
, in ills hand. Tliu Duke waited until tho
Houso should become quiet, and then rjad
tlie opening sentence i "When you ad-
. joiirned for tin; recess, I told you "that vou
coum ic.ivc Versailles vvunoui uneasiness
nnd that diulug your absence nothing
would occur to distill b Iho public peace.
What I then announced has been realized.
In reassembling to-ihy you find France nt
peace." lie refened In his remark to the
late war with Prussia and the evacuation
of French territory by tlie Oerman troops ;
but tho Left, liko a ling of vultures ic.uly
to swoop upon the least provocation, ut.
tend an ironical laugh nt the itfercnce in
the opening sentence to tlio promiso that
nothing during tho recess should occur to
trouble the public repose. However, tlie
occasion was felt to bo too solemn nnd
momentous for any of thoso scenes which
frequenters at tho Versailles Assemblies
aro upon the lookout for and Hie message
was heard to the end without interruption.
It merely aniiounced tlie Marshal's rcndl.
ness to accept of ten years dictatorship
provided lie could he fico from Inliigucs.
Still tho message failed to produce a favor
able impression and was received with very
Tho next scene was the production by
the chairman of a motion to prolong Mac
Mahon's powers for ten years. The chair
man sought to avoid reading the signatilies
but was forced to yield' to the cry of
"namo" when the Left saluted witli loud
laughter the names of certain discomforted
fusionlsts. Upon this the battle opened,
w hich was w aged loud and strong for some
hours and ended, ns such French demon
strations usually do, in smoke and blank
After MacMahou's interests had been
laughed into tlio comer, a Honapartist de
puty proposed to call upon the French peo
ple on the 4th of January to decide as to
the definite form of government, whether
royalty, republic or empire. This speech
lia'd tlio effect of a fuse thrown in among
a lot of loose powder, generating a volume
of smoke but doing no damage. After a
vast amount of badinage and word fencing
tho Assembly broke up fully convinced of
tho legitimacy of Marshal .MacMahou's pre
tensions, which will be more fully icvealed
as the succeeding days bring out the i emits
of voting, etc.
MacMahon is the only possiblo man just
at present, and although Ids message be
trays tho feelings which lie entertains to
wards the conservatives w ho put him in
power, yet the probabilities are that he will
lie re-elected to office. Hut until a de
cision is wrought let us maintain an intel
ligent silence and let our "eye negotiate
for Itself and trust no agent." J V. P.
Itattlo of IIiiMmrriton.
Tho following account of tlio movements
of the Kritish and American Annies about
the time of tlio battle of Ilubbardton is
copied from "Stcadman's History of the
American War," (Knglish,) published in
London in 1791. Though perhaps not
strictly correct In every paiticular, it may
be interesting to many in this vicinity.
Tlie Castle Town named is Callcton, Hub
berton is Ilubbardton, and Slircnesborougli
Opposite to Ticondcroga, on Hie eastern
shore of Like Champlaln, the Americans
had withgicat Industry fortified a high hill
called Mt. Independence. On tlie top of
it which is flat, a star-forthad been erected,
containing extensive barracks well sup
piled witli artillery. Tlie mountain
stretched in a sloping direction into the
water, strongly intrenched to its ban1, and
well supplied with heavy aitillery. Mid
way up tlio mountain another battery was
erected to cover the lower works. With
infinite labor the Americans bad united
Ticondcroga and Mt. Independence by a
strong bridge of communications over the
inlet. Twcnty-two sunken piers supported
the bridge at equal distance. Iictween
tlie piers floats were placed, fastened to.
getlier with chains and rivets and
bound to the sunken piers. On
the Lake Champlaln side of
bridge, a boom composed of very
timber was erected, fastened together by
rlvctted holts and double chains, made of
iron an inch and a half square. This
bridge effectually picvcntod any atleck by
water Irom the northern side. Hut Tieon
pcrog.i, notwithstanding it apparent
strength, had one disadvantage to contend
wllli. To tlie southward of the bridge, of
communications was a hill called Sugar
Hill, which overlooked and cumin i tided
both the works at Ticondcroga and on Mt
Independence. This place the Americans
weie unable to tortily on account ot the
want of men; ficn. SI. Clair who com
manded nt Ticonderogi not having above
three thousand men.
I'hc royal army when they left Crown
Point, advanced witli tho greatest ilivum-
speetion and prudence on both sides of the
lake, tlie fleet keeping in tho centre till the
nrmy had enclosed tho enemy on the land
side, nnd tho fleet had just arrived out ot
cannon shot of their works. On the ap
proach of the right w iug on the 2d of .Inly,
(177?,) the enemy instantly relinquished
nnd set flic to their works on tlie side of
Lake (ieorge. Major-General Philips
Ihcrctoio immediately seemed tho pusses,
slon of an important place called Mt.
Hope, which commanded the enenn's line,
and cut off all communication wllh Lake
The royal army having arrived at ricnn-
deroga proceeded witl jieat cxpeditionand
ntscrltv in constructing woiks necessary
for tho investment of that place. Hy the
Oth of July these works weru completed,
ami a road.inaile'to.thotnpof Sng.ir,Hlll for
tho construction of'.i battery there. The ene
my, discovering those vigorous operations,
thought proper to hold it council of war, in
which it was resolved to cvacuato Ticon
dcroga and Mt. Independence immediately.
In consequence of this determination their
baggage, provisions and 6tnrr were em
barked in two hundred batteaux, and ills
patched up tho South liver to Pkcucs
borough. The nrmy took tlie Ciistlo Town
road, In order to icnch Skcencsborough by
land. Tho American general concluded
that his retreat would bo made without any
difficulty, on account of the obstacles
which tho English must necesailly over
come before lliev could pursue lilm. Tlio
dawn of tho day on the Oth of July discov
ered this um xpected retreat. Commodoro
Ltitwyv.h Immediately began to prcparo for
a pursuit by icmovlng an Immense woik of
framed timber sunk in iho water, andhy
cutting ow-av tho boom that obstructed the
passage, and which had cost in tho com-
nletlon of It near twelve monthilnbnr As
soon as these obstructions were removed
(which task was effected by nine o'clock lu
the morning) dipt. Carter nf the artillery,
who commanded a brigade of gunboats,
gave chase, nnd pirsiicd that division of
the enemy which wns making Its lelicat by
water. So gieat was the speed with wh'cli
lie executed the trust leposed hi lilm, that
heovtitook them near Hie falls of Skeenes
borough, engaged and cipturcd some of
their largest galleys, obliging them to set
the othirs on lire, together with consider
lib!" number of their b.itte.uix.
The grand division of the nimy under
(Jen. Kurgnync, in gunboats, the Hnyal
(ieorge and Inflexible fiigates, approach
ing the Falls, weie saluted by a discharge
of cannon from Hie works at Skeenes
linrnttsh. On this account the general
thought proper to letuinnnd land ids nrmy
nt South Hay, where part of tlie battc.iux
of Hie enemy had taken refuge. These cer
tainly would have been destroyed it the
day hid not been too far advanced. Im
mediately on tlie landing of the Ilritisb the
enemy i vacuate.1 their stockade f.nt ami
other works, to which, tw well into tin
mills and storehouse', they set fire previous
to their departure.
During these operations by water, Hiig -Oen.
Fraer, at tho head ot' the advanied
coips of gienadiers and light Infantry,
pie.-sed html upon the lear ot that division
of the enemy which bad taken tlie route of
Hubberton, nnd which be overtook at live
o'clock on the morning of tlie (lib of July
This division consi-ted of nearly 1,01X1 men
of the best marksmen nnd chosen troops
under the command of Col. Francis. They
were posted on strong ground, and icccivcil
the attack of Hie Kritish from behind
breastworks composed of logs und old
tices Oen. Fruer's detachment wns not
equal in point uf number to tlie enemy;
ncviilhciess be coiiiuionced Hie engage
ment, because he expected a lcin'ni cement
nf troops under the (jeroi in (Jen Itcidcsel.
Tlie Aineiican.s maintained their po-twlth
gie.it resolution and hr.ncry. The rein
forcement did not aiiive so soon as wascv
pected, and victory for n long time wus
doubtful. The ariival however of Oen,
Keidescal decided the fate ot tlie day
Hearing the lliing of guns lie pushed for
ward with a small number of men, nnd
joined Gen. Frazer with a lull baud of
music playing. Tlio enemy conceiving
from this circumstance that "the whole (il
the German troops had advanced into the
field immediately letieatcd witli great pre
cipitation The Americans lost in tins ac
tion their bravo commander, several other
officers, and above two hunched men killed.
The same number weie taken prisoners,
and it is supposed that not less than six
hundred wounded died in tlie woods The
loss on the part of the Kritish did not ex
ceed twenty oflli'cis, none except Major
urant oi any ranu, mm uuoui one hundred
mil twenty killed and wounded. Dining
tills engagement Gen St Clair was at C.is
tlcton," about six miles distant from the
field of battle. Immediately after iccciv
iuir intelligence of this defeat, he bent his
couise to the woods on his left, fearful ot
being intercepted at l-oit Anne, but yet un
certain whether he should proceed lo Hie
upper part of the Connecticut or to Fort
Kdward. In tlie meantime a patty of the
enemy having taken the load by Wood
Creek", m order to proceed beyond Fori
Anne, after their retreat from Skcenei,.
borough, were pursued by Col. Hill and tlie
!lth icgimeut, ami overtaken near Foil
Anne. A wa m engagement immediately
commenced, the enemy having infinitely
thu advantage in point of numbers. Hut
Col. Hill had posted himself in sucil a
judicious manner, that all the attacks ot
the enemy in front were ineffectual. A
disposition w as then mado to surround him,
which the Hritish commander, with admir
able dexterity avoided, by changing his
situation in the heat of action. Tlie en
gagement still continued, with various sue
cess for three hours, when the American',
were repulsed with great slaughter, and
forced to retreat, after setting fire to Fort
Anne, to Fmt Kdward. The aitillery lost
by the evacuation of tlie northern posts,
and taken or destioycd In the armed vessels
at Skcencsborough w as prodigious, amount
ing to no less than one hundred and twenty,
eight pieces, serviceable and unserviceable.
At Fort Kdward where Gen. Schuyler
was joined by Gen. St. Clair on the 13th.
after a fatiguing march, the whole strength
of the Amcilcius did not exceed four
thousind four bunded men, including mil
itia. It may not be improper to relate
hero one of those stratagems in w hich Hie
genius of tlie Americans, during the whole
course of tlio war was remarkably fcitile.
Schuyler took out of a canteen with a false
bottom, a litter from a person in the inter
est of tiie provincials to Gen. Sullivan, and
prepaid! an answer to it drawn up in such
a strain as to perplex and distract llur
goyne, and leave lilni in doubt as to what
course lo follow. This letter, which tell,
as was intended, into the Knglish general s
hands, had the dcsiicd effect, for lie was
completely duped and ptuleil by it tor
vcral days, und at a loss whether to nn
v.ince or ictrcat.
Coi.li M.EKri.0 Koo.ms. An erronci u
idea seems in picvail in legard to the
healtlifiilness of our sleeping apartments
it is oltcn asserted tli.it they should be cold
in order lo be healthy ; in alluding to tills.
l medical journal slates that "a moderate
amount ot licat is needed in a bedroom,
tun that moderate amount is needed in win
ter time. There Is no advantage in going
to lied in a cold room, nor sleeping in a
old room, nor in getting up and dressiiii.
in a cold room. Pcisoiis may survive it
many have Inst health by il. To have tbr
chill taken off the air on going to bed am1
when dressing is cointoi table and ui.ilth
fid. A room under : is a cold room ! i
sleeping ap.iitment, and sleeping man
ntnidsphcic in.doors lower than that is al
ways nuruui, Is always pusiuvciy per
nlcious, for the simple reason Hint such a
tempcratuie causes Hie caibonlc acid gas
of ii sleeping npaitnient to condense uml
settle iu the lower pan of the room, where
It is breathed into Ihe mugs vvuu nil its
nernlclous icsidls. Sleeping in a room
cooler than above named Is especially dan
gerous b feeble ami aged or invalid pel
sous, as it lends to cau-e Inflammation of
the lungs. Pcisoiis may sleep out-of-doors
with Impunity when the thermometer Is
many dcegiccs lower; that is because tlie
out-door air is pme, is full of liie, full ol
oxygen, without any admixture of in-door
poisons; hence gives a vigor of circulation
which keeps the whole body waimed to lis
natural point, icslstlng cold and all diseased
conditions." Cold, lice, fresh air, outside
the house, is indeed quite a diffcient thing
from cold, putrid nil- inside the house a
fact which, in examining the causes ot
diseases, is too often lost sight of. Chim
neys and Hues that have no lire iu them, far
from ventilating, may rather become the
means of hoarding and sweeping down
disease Into the room.
Four ladles .Mrs. Laura A. Kerry, of
Pes Moines ; Miss Hattie A. Lock, of
Vinton ; Miss Hntllo Kayhurn, of Ames,
and Mis. S. A. Van Pelt, of Dubuque -aie
candidates for clerkships in the Iowa leg.
Hero nro two pretty juvenllo little
things i 1. A Chicago miss who went
through tho tuuncl under the liver, ex
claimed, on ictuiiilng homo i "Oh, ma '
wo went over tho river under It." 3 V
smart llttlo boy detected iu mendacity, tlHis
hy tho maternal command sought f.u pai
don i "O Lord, forgive mo! I wouldn't
havo dono It, only I thought you could take