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THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER.
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Whither away, Robin,
Whither away t
It It through envy ofthe inapls leaf.
Whose bluihes mock tin crimson of thjr breast,
Thou wilt not stay!
Tli summer days vera long, yet all too brief
The happy season then hast been our gut .
Whither away t
Whither wy, Woe bird,
The blut la chill, yet In the upper sky
Thou itlU canst flnil the color of thy wing,
The ha of May.
Warbler, why speed thy southern Bight t ah, why,
Thou too, who Hong flrtt told ui of the spring t
Will ther away t
. Whither away, Swallow,
Whither away t
Canst thou no longer tarry In th North t
Here, where our roof so well has screened thy nest I
Not one short day 1
Wilt tliou-aa If thou banian wert-go forth,
And wanton far from them who lore the bestt
Whither away t
'IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD."
DY LOUISB CHANDLER MOULTON.
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Iter nrst Visitor was UOIOUCl Lfaiion. lie
saw the sea change in her, and ho thought you
she was beginning to forget. Ho was moro
unfailing and more tonder than ever in his as
attentions, and as before she received them
nlitniillr. lhuitinT them hut tho ovidenco of
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his constant and long-enduring friendship.
At last tho time had como, ho thought, Uho
when ho might vonturo to speak. He went its
to boo her one night, with a shy, fond hope
fluttering in his heart, ready to spring to his
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lips, lie touna nor attireu as lor a iesuvai,
her customary black silk -replaced by on oH
delicate violot, soft laces at throat and bo
wrists, a roso as pink as her own checks in
L. i"1P .1... avnunlJ h.m I
as usual. Had she. then, done all this tor
him? He looked at her with loviDg eyes, of
whoso expression she took no note. Thore as
was a curious exoitement in her manner as
sho returned his greeting and sat down beside
"Do vou know what nichl it is?" Bho ask-
"Yes, certainly. The sixth no, the
seventh of December, is it not ?"
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tuu oovcuvu u. uwi, uuu
smiled a tender, lovine smile, which curved
her lips into a childish softness. "Why, you
don't know. It is just ono year ago to-night
that you brought Captain Desmond here. I
am keeping tha anniversary."
Ho looked at her at radiant lips, deli
cate, festal robes and he had thought she
was begiDoing to forget ! He sighed one sel
fish sigh, whoso bitterness she failed to guess.
Then ho said very quietly :
"You havo heard from him, I prcsumo?"
"Never one word since wo patted; but
wherever he may be, 1 can guess what to
night is to him."
"You are so sure of him !" Colonel Dal-
ton half asked, half affirmed.
"Yes, I am suro. If I never see or hear
from him again in this world, I am sure,
thank God. Have you heard anything of I
hia fnrtnnmi nr Mi nninira? Vnu Irnnw T
don't tease you much with questions, but
just to-night "
"Just ti-niirht." ha fimahftl thn ncntcnei, I
for her. "vou Bhall ask mo what vou will.
Directly from him I havo heard nothinr. but
I have heard from other St. Louis Iricnds
that he is leading a very busy, aotive. use-
ful life ; and that the physicians in the asy-
lum are begining to have a little hopo of the
permanent restoration of his wife to reason."
He looked at her searchiDgly as ho spoke,
but her face told him nothing. It had put
on its soft, sweet mask of silence.
He went away early tho question he had
come to ask unuttered. Was it destined to
remain unspoken forever? If Margaret
Desmond should be quite restored to reason,
what then? He knew enough of Margaret's
prido in the old days to bo vory sure sho
would not stoop to hold au unwilling heart.
If the thought of any such possibility
came to Mrs.'Mnynadier, she gavo no sign.
Sho passed her days tranquilly. She was
not less popular than of old, but her success
was of it different kind. Sho was beloved
moro than ever by women. Young girls
came to her with their tender secrets, and
she was the fairy godmother of innumerable
love affaire. But the men who had, or would
havo loved her, found in her a cool sweetness
. ,nti .,.' i.!ni, ,.rnn.i i.m !ni
friends in spito of themselves. Only Colo-
nel Dalton, understanding all, and loving her
strongly, faithfully, silently, waitol to see
how the story of her life should come out,
feeling that for good or bid it was his own
story as well
At last once moro the swallow "camo over
the seas in front of tho summer," ami Helen
Maynadier went, gladly enough, back to the
Bcasidc, where always the man
seemed so strangely near to her.
Ono night, when sho had been thero for
some weeks, she started out just at sunset,
alono as usual, A narrow path led along
the rocks overhanging the sea, and sho took
it. The waves were yet crimson with tho
radiance of sunset, while in tho cast a young
moon roso, and its beams stretched a line of
glittering light across tho gently-swelling
waves. Sho walked on "between tho green
land and the sea," and, turning a sudden
corner after a whilo, camo full upon (Jap-
tain Harry uesmoml, bho was not surpns-
ed. As I said, he had seemed so uear her
always at tho soaside, her only wonder was
that she had uevcr seen his faco before,
Hut now it was no vision. Clear-cut fea
tures, luminous, tender oyes, which sho ha d
Been no fow times, yet know bo well how
her heart thrilled as sho met them !
"I started from St. Louis," ho said, "mal:-
ing sure that 1 should find you at this place ;
and they told mo at tho bouso what dirco-
tionyour wanderings usually took. It is
eighteen months sinco I havo seen you, and
hero you aro, tho samo Helen."
Her oyes answered his look of deep con
tent, and then she said solHy :
"And you ?"
"I havo been your soldier, ns I promised.
Every hour I havo lived for you . Aud now
I am como to you for orders. I have roach-
ul a crcat crisis in my life. I am to go
next week to fetch my wifo home. I havo
seen her aud she is completely curod."
Let us sit down," Mrs. Mayuadicr said
faintlv. Sh .iio!,wvl thf fiir hm-. tnn. n
crisis had como. fur which shu should need
all her strength. Fur a iw momonts nei.
ther of thoin spoko further. The sunset glow
faded : thero was overhea I tha hluo. fair sky.
and on tho waters tho long, level lino uf light,
which looked a If it might bo path to tho ceawlcwtr. a winter day when Dwmona arrirod. Col-
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land of everlasting peaoo, Bho watched it. Que night he apoko to her of Harry Des- JJaiton had met him at the train, and brought
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wishing Vaguolr that thOV WO together I mood, him at OnCO tO tho hotlsn wbjkgtlhcL OHO lOVO
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might float ont upon tho wave to some un-l " IIli wife, it seems, Is aotuallv cured; I 01 hlg lifo was watting. "Bfjyifl went
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known tihoro of hope. At length his tones and
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broko tho filorico, tonuor witn iovo, strong nouso wncro mey oommonoou their married
with passion! life, so many years ago. He cannot have
"My darling, you understood, eighteen told
months ago, that I loved you with the ouo cd,
of my lifo. Whon I wooed my wife I old."
not woo her insincerely. She had a
proud, pure beauty of her own a proud, Mrs.
nature as well. -For three years we
not unhappy. She was cold outward
DM J. linos ner nuun won warm, niiu nne i
im all of it. If alio hud lirnd on like I
1 might ncvor havo understood that I
Innknd nnvlhlnff tmt lh! affliction enmo nn.
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onner. i uvou wunout nor lor bo many
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years, uvou, too. wunoui imorost in any diq. ana
woman, that 1 had almost ceased to re
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guru mjBui. us a ui-tr.uu .uu ...
was when I felt that! loved you with a
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nothing to offor you, that 1 rcaliiod tor the
timo with what calling fetters I wa la
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oouna to a living uonto. x weui bwujt irum
asking nothingfyou but one kiss. I
havo como back, and you have not so much
given mo a word of welcome, but I havo
looked into your oyes and I know that you
Invo mo still." of
Ho stopped speaking and looked out, as
was looking, over tho tcstless sea, with
one lino of light wished, as sho had
wished, that they two might go forth on it I
forever and be at rest. I
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" ,v e migm uio tugciuui, uo m, u.wi-
ing his thought at length. "That would be
"And bo blessed !" sho said, m a voice so ;
Innr llint h n im frtl V reiirrht thlt IVtll.anAr ntlOVe I I
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the waves, a murmur. I in
"Yoi, so blossed a well as so easy 1 and,
ho spoke, lor the first time that night, ho
reached out his hand and closoi it over hers,
Sho turned toward him aud looked for a
moment into his faoo. He will never live
lonp enough to forgot that look tho lar,
still watching sky, the sea pulsing like a hu
man heart against tho rocks at their foet,
tempting lino of light along the waters, the
uthlnh tnol : liia nwn It annmn.1 nn ritar.
uity before her voice came, clear and firm ;
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l wing mose wno are strong cnougn to i
live havo no right to die."
'Then you must tell me how to live ; it
was for that I camn to you. I think I could
get my freedom now."
Through her generosity?" she asked
"You havo socn her lately ?''
"Does she love vou still? Has her feel
ing for you outlasted the dreadful years ?"
"I think tho years are to her as an evil
dream. Sho seems to have gono back in her
thought to precisely that hour when her mad
ncss camo upon her." .
"And sho loves you ?" Mrs. Maynadier
"ICS. alter AtT kind. IJut It is DOt OS
you and I love, Helen.
And thero are ttx
"Yes tho power is on our side. V o are
tho majority. If sho kuew that you loved
me, what would sho do ?"
"What any woman would do who had her
pride. She would go away out of ray life."
"And what would tho world hold for her.
then a woman whoso best years, through
tho visitation of God, havo been spent in a
madhouse, whom friends and associates and
tho busy interests of lifo have all passed by
and left to her only you ? If she had suf-
fered less already, it might beebornd that the
grief should como upon ber of knowing she
had lost her husband's heart. As it is, are
we to build our happiness on tho ruin of her
already dismantled life ? God forbid."
"t thought you loved me, Helen !"
was a man's sudden, passionate, unjust re
She looked at him with anothor glory than
tho moonlight on her face,
"And now vou know I love vou tho true
tha best of you the part of you that
cau be mino through the cteruities. Is it so
much to wait? 1 am strong enough for that,
and L am but a woman. You are cure of
her generosity if she knew a generosity
which would leave her own life bankrupt.
Shall we, tnen. no incapauie or a genoro-uy
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wnicn would snaro ncr ine unowieuire i
The silence which fell before his answer
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was long. When nis worus camo at laBt,
tboy wcro low but firm
1 1 said that I would live my life foryou,
aud tight the battlo you made mo fight. You
have elected that I should lead tho saddest
folorn hope that ever swept a man on to
death. Hut I will not flinch. I am your
hOI'ller "" 1 u'0- an,J lm sna" rul mJ mo
as you will."
And at tho end," she said, '' there is
Sho did not speak again, for her strength
had been tried to tho uttermost; and he,
too, walked silently back besido her. At her
door ho said :
I sitall ho gone holoro you aro up in the
morning. It I can help it, Margaret Bhall
never know. I am your soldier, as I told
you, through lifo and through death."
Still sho did not speak, Sho was not
strong enough for moro than that last smile
wfiich conquered with his tenderness tho pit-
iful quivering of her hps. Tho last words
he was to hear from her were those besido
tho moonlit sea :
" And at the cud there is hoavcu, turely."
He went away with tho sound of them in
his cars. They traveled with him, all through
tho weary miles between him and tho homo
which was to bo no homo, tho duty which
wold o ouly duty,
Mrs, Maynadier went back early to few
York that full. A restlessness possessed her
which mado oven tho seaside quiet intoler
able. Sho longed to be doing something,
wero it only to iuterot herself in the small,
daily cares and worries of the friends who
relied .upon her iutcrest. They found her
sympathy yet sweeter and more ready than
UhUal- 8,10 diJ not joln n sisterhood, or put
0,1 uulashionable gowns, or rotuso all invito
ilom- 8he WCDt 00 her gracious ways, out.
Wl,rjy unhanged, when she gavo her
C0UI"'ul to anv who Mught !t. !t th
fruit of deeper experiences I aud when, sho
'"N"1 8,10 wa8 moro in earnest. That was
" tbu difference which even Colonel Dalton,
watching her with tho koen insight of an uu
ullurc(1 lovo' 00111(1 lrco'vo, Had sho grown
reconciled to her lifo as it was? he wondered
they are living together in tho vcrtaamo UP
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her that his fcclingH for her had ehang.
for I know Margaret Desmond'
smond's prido of
No, ho has not told her ho novcr will."
Maynadicr answered, with a swcot far-
away smile, which gavo her friond no cucour-
j i 0 .......
agement to spoak the words ho had ha f
flin nuzilod him not a little. Ho rover.
1 I ni
enecd womanhoodno man moro. No man
m at onoo moro chivalrous and moro ten.
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uer. uui no nau a man s ineones, b i sam,
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no uiu noi, expoonroiu iu wuavuiua
of lissome lovoliness tho strength, tho pa.
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longed to.his idea of manhood. Whether,
in.liwwl nfr Mavnadier hnnivi
at all. ho
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could not Know, no saw no onanco tor oven
castle in tho air, whoroin her hopes could
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unuu. aui m "vi onv, mui,
self - contained, helpful, apparently missing
nothing, aud ho was unable to guess at tho
secret of her content.
One evening, not long after this mention
Desmond's lifo. ho WOnt to 800 her. It
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was a Btorray night, and ho anticipated a sol
itary evening with her a rare treat in theso
days, when, for one causo or another, so
many sought hor. A carriage stood beioro
tho door, and he met her, in hood and wa
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wr - f iwi, in ran uiu, uis ioi MjiiBa u,.
I a th tech,
this great city who really cares lor ncr
except her lover and myself. 1 am going to
tiike care of hor. Her mother cannot come,
for sho is herself disabled by illness."
Did sho send for you ?"
"No; I only heard to-night, from her
physician, that she was sick. Sho has not
pnysictan, mat sno was tics, one nan uoi
been in her right mind since she was token."
"Hat surely. Helen. should not go to
her. She will havo a good nurse, of course ;
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Ulm IUUMJ luu IUUUU,; 1U,T.UI
(.:. vear Think how tnauv need you. aud
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ctp awav from dauirer for heaven s sake I
" It is lor .koaven's sake I am goiug," she.
said gently, and ho oiught by the hall gas
light the gleam on her iaco of that strange,
Bwcct, far-away smile which had puziled him
before. " Ilalph Hcnshaw loves her and I
must save her for him. O Uod, it would bo
too bitter for a woman to dio who mujht be
He understood her better than ho had douo
hitherto, when ho heard the keen pain in hor
voice. Ho did not speak another word or
remonstrance but quietly stepped into the
carriage beside her.
I will go with yon." he said, " and then
I Bhall know whero to come to ask aflcr your
For two wocka after that he c:illed daily
at the door whero ho had left Helen,
" Miss Gregg was worse "Miss " Gregg
was very low" "there was scarcely a hopo"
at last, ' Miss Gregg was better, tho crisis
was past, if ouly thero should bo no relapse.
Mrs. Maynadier had fought death for her,
and saved her lifo."
The day theso last words were said, Colo
nel Dalton met, as he was going up the steps,
a man coming down whoso faco was kindled
by tho light of a great, so'6mn joy to a visi
ble thanksgiving. Little Nell', lover, surely !
A strange bitterness choked Colonel Dal ton's
heart. Why should this man, and eo many
other men, go forth gladly into tho sunlight,
while from him must bo withheld forever the
desire of his soul ?
The next day ho was told that Mrs. May
nadier's strength had given way at last, now
that her triend was sale, and sho had been
taken homo very ill they feared it was with
the sa nm fever.
For moro than three weeks ha besicgod
Helen's houso in vain. No friends could be
aumiitcu, ne was .torn, menus: it was
nothing to the world that he had loved her
with all the strength of his manhood !
There came a day at last when he was
told that she wsnted him to come up stairs.
He found her a white wraith of tho woman
he loved, lying on a low couch besido which
In. plinir vaitfwt fnr him If. trv.tr if anil ant
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Uown ti3 hl!r silently, bho spoke tiret, put
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"6"'" " n. ..-inu.iiai uu
and pale and cold
1 would not havo let you come up, hut
I knew any danger of infection there might
have been was over. And I wanted some
thing qf you. I am not going to live."
" Do they do the doctors say so?"
"No" with that atemtt almnirn emiln
WO, Willi mat sweet, Strange smilo,
coming like thefihostof some lost gladness
to the poor, wasted taco "no, they havo
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not Said SO, but I read it in their looks, and
, i a i
miller jrui, i juui n iu hij uwu sjoui. Ami,
dear friend, I want to sco him. Do you
know his address ?"
" Yes, I know it."
" His wife must not understand why ho
comes. I would rather dio without turn than
to bring on her now, at tho cod, tho pain I
gave up III the joy of my lifo to spare her.
She has suffered euough. Hut if she uover
knows, it could not hurt her for him to sco
me once more, boforo I die. If you telo
graphed him to como to you at onoo, on ur
gent business, do you think ho would under
stand and como ?''
" I think ho would come whether ho un
derstood or not."
" And will you ?"
" I will."
llel'oro night tho answer had bocu return
ed. Captain Desmond had received tho tel.
cgram, and would start that night.
The soul so near its end held desperately
to its earthly homo, Sho counted tho hoars
... ikn nltnlr !.!-. ,.l ll.n.n nwn., Q.. m,.n..
"vv" """" ' w
before he COU'd como. Sho must liVO till
then sho icould. Colonel
almost his all time beside her,
There was no
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ntio to Hitortera with his claim, and Helen.
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uuucreiniiuniK wiiu nu vuiu uut inu iuuu
lovo ho had laid his all 'at her foot, found a
sorrowfur comfort in his presence. Onoe she
said to him :
" Do not think I am ungrateful. I know
well enough that no ono has loved roe better
than you." And those words, aud tho sad
and tender smilo which went with them,
would have na d tha man who had loved her
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so long for more lives than ono.
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" I am Mini? to Noll, sho said poor I wuieiiciuu, uiivr auuiuvr luug "iicnce, kuiuk I mousana uouars, orsouuen meroor asmay ne neeos-
ft"'"B ' I. , , ... I sary. the aooounU harlnz been aiinrored. as In nrorl-
it'la Nellv Grcuir VOU know. She is very Daclci M no UCW, to mat last OVCntng at tne ousyears.bytheBecrcUryortlie Benato and by the
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!,! furor nn,l thorn iannt n unnl I BOaslUO. " 1 near tnO Waves PU1S0 .n, 8n0 I Ktcx That no lierson shall be unnlorMt at a rrnnrl.
" "ptalc to 11 clen and prrHMHk?r
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"1 know," she aald, lookkg, with hor
wg eager eyes, and the flush upon her
cnoew, n.mosi as it nio.and health had come "W
him all alone. Hut first lot tnO bid VOU
good - bye you, who have been bo good to
me oc 100 ureu to see you when he
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goos, and wo do not know whero I shall bo in
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"u uown nnu ""sea nor loreneau.
" uoou-oyo, no said. Vou havo been
mfl tho nnfl vntnnn in (h!a n.M i T li-tnl,
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voil will bo tho ono anirftl in hrAvnii.1 I
incn no wem away, anu in a moment sho
heard on tho stairn a tootlall which sho
nCarU 00 InO StaifH a lOOtlall Which aim and
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lQUUB"1 wuulu maK0 nf u" neart neat
8Ram " Bon, aay 11 suouiu wane above her
b" - I an
" "e swimy, and knelt beside hor,
iter noor vraatea arma inn nrmiir nm mv.ir. i
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ma nps touonou nor uying ones, and tor a u
""" "- " wwus-
At last she asked
" Your wifo does not know 1"
' Sho knows nothing."
" And you mako hor hiippy ?"
I think so."
" Thank Uod ! This is my truo soldier.
Anil Itinn nniiin uhn Inv vnrv atlll. tm wpalr I
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for many Words, but finding in his prcsenco I
au luenauiu coutcot.
an lneiiiihlo content. I
" How blessed it is, and how easy !" she
w u , auu ,.ow ... M
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saiu, ana i see tno 1100 oi ngnt across tne
,l..lml.la I nm on n-liul In an I" I
Utfllgllta. 1 am SO glaU to go I
'Take mo with vnu. nn ilarlin. O mw l
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darling I" he cried, in the passion of a strong
man a nam I
"You will OOmO in God's good time, wheb
the victory is won. Kiss me once more, my
darling, my life's one love. I am going
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straight to uod, and it wo havo been wrong
lie Will forfflVB US." I
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"ni 80 00 no'd her there for hours, with
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"''wiy auoinur wgru, wmio me uio tnnt nau
'ruBRle'1 80 desporatoly to wait for his com
ing " went out upon tho tide." in those
hours ho lived a lifetime, ho thought, of pas
sionate woe and joy. Ho coul 1 never be the
samo again aa before those waves which bore
herout upon the infinite sea passed over him,
At the very last; she lifted her faco a mo
ment. Ho saw a flood of light break, sca
like, into her eyes, and ber voico crisd out,
exultantly, tho old words :
" And at tho end thero is heaven, surely I"
Then sho sank back again upon tho pillow,
and ho knoT tlrat she had gono out utton tho
infinite sea, into tho light of God.
Tho story of three lives was told when tho
dawning camo. When Helen was gone, to
stay in tho world sho had loft was no longer
living for tho two men who had loved her
with all tho might of their hearts.
Hut Margaret Desmond was happy, for
uho never know. " Thank Giriflhjit she ev
erknow!" hor hubind aaya Jo himtolf.
sometimes, watching her purtirB&placid
content. Ho can rejoico in her joy, though
all gladness aud all hopo whiojasjiis' world
held lor him lio buried in tho fjr-ttlVrrave
of a dead woman. Ho knows ho isshting
Helen's battlo still ; and in God's gatfi 11 0
ho shall go to her for his crown of victory,
And often on still nightx, while Margaret
sleeps placi lly, ho hears tho soft wavos pla..h
upon a far-off shore, and sees u lino of light
across a dim, unsounded sea, and listens to a
voice that seems to float downward from the
flooding sky, and call to him, in tho old be
"And at tho end thero ii hoivju. iitrti!'
LAWS OF THK
PA IS ID AT Till
SECOND SESSION OF THE 4J.I CO N (I R FAS.
Umkril Naicbe, No. M.
AN ACT to authorise the cnti'tructlon of a bridge acroi
theMlMlMlnnt river at or nur the t-iwti ur Cllut-iii
In theSUteoflowa. and other bridges acrosi said
river, and to establish them as itost-roads.
lie It enacted by the Senste and House of Represent
atives or the United States of Atnoricttn Congress as
eeinbled, That It shall lie lawful for any porsou ur per
sons, oninptny or oorporatlon, to build a bridge acroil
tho MlssiMlppI river, at such point on said river, wltliiu
Slteen miles of tho town of Clinton. In the State of Iowa,
as m.iy aoooinmodate the Chicago, Iturllugton and Quln
cy railroad and Its connections on the wait side of said
rlver,and to lay on or uret -aid brldgo railway tracks
for the m-iro perfect connection of any railroads that
aro or shall be, constructed to the said river at or op
ixwlte said point, under the limitations and conditions
hereinafter provided i that said hridga shall not Inter
fere with the free navigation of said river beyond what
Is neoossary In order to earry Into effect the rights and
hereby aranlodi and incase of any litigallun
arising from anv
ibstructiou, or alleged olwtructlon, to
ino tree navigation oi saia river, tne cause may ih irieti
before the district ojurt of the United States of any
State In which any portion of said obstruction or bridge
touches; J'reWartf, lhal said bridge shall not be so lo.
tod or constructed as to Interfere In any manner with
lhea., uroaehesto the railroad bridge now erected at
", , or mu, or w Disr nuii psiiw boi-
difficult or dangerous i PrmdtJ, kawtxtr. That this
clause shall not be construed to prohibit thecrossingof
the approaches to said bridge, If such crossing shall he
Sec. i. That any bridge built under the .irovhduns of
this act may, at the t
same, bo built as adraw.hrldgo, with a pivot ur other
,. A, ma uuihiu ui ma wuuuuit uu.uiiuic ilia
form ofdraw, or with unbroken or continuous spans
froi-Wfil. That If the said brldire shall be made with
unbroken ana continuous spans; ii shall noioo of less el
oration. In any case,
e, man ui
liau flfty foet ataivo extremo high
water mark, as understood at tho notnt of locution
tho bottom chord of the brldgo i nor shall the spans of
said bridge be leas thau two hundred aud- flnv lout In
length, aun me piers ui sam nriuge snail lie parallel
with the current ol the river, and the main span shall
be over tho main ohanuel of tho river, and not less than
thro hundred feet In length i
And praiidti alto. That
built under th s act shall be ennatmctml
as a draw bridge, tliu same shall lie constructed as
pirut draw-bridge, with a draw over the main channel
iiftherlveraianaioeMlbleaud navigable point, and
Willi siiens oi no. ices loan one nunoreu anu sixty leel in
length In the clear ou each sldo of the central or pivot
pier of the draw i and tho next adjoining spans to the
draw shall not bo less than two hundred and fllty feott
and said spans shall not be less than thirty Teet aliove
luw.water mark, and not leas than ten above extreme
high-water mark, measuring to the bottom chord of tho
bridge and the piers of said bridge shall lie parallel
with Uio current of tne river, where said bridge may be
erected. And prartdtd alto. That said draw shall be
opened promptly, upon reasonable signal, fur tho pas.
sage of boats.
Sue. 3. That any brldgo constructed under this act,
and aooordlng to Its limitations, shall bo a lawful struc
ture, and shall be known and recognised as a post route,
UKin which, also, no higher charge shall be made for
tho transmission over the samo of tho mails, the troops,
ami the munitions of war nfUie United States than the
rata per mil paid lor uioir transportation over the rail
roads publlo highways leading to Ihojald bridge, and
me uuis-ju oisih sunn nave in
telegraph nurnosea across sal-1
Sec. 4. That all railway ooiniutulea deslrln
me sai-i oriuge snau nave am
rights and privileges in th nasi
vllegee in th passage of tho same, and In
the use ofthe machinery and llxturea thereof, aud of
all the aiinroachestherito, under :ind upon such terms
andeondltlons us shall I ue prescrlbe.1 by the Secretary
I at war. utmn hearlnir tha allaatlnna ami ..nutr. r Him
I turtles In oase they aliai not airree.
I Sic, A. That the structure herein authorised ahall he
I built and located under and subject to such regulations
1 tue security or navigation or said river as ihouocro-
I tarv of War shall ureaorlbe. and the said structure shall
I l at all times so kept and managed as to offer reasoua-
i me anu proper meansior ine passage or vosseis through
ble and u roller meansior the nasaaire or vessels tlirooir
or under saul structure I and th saldatrueturn ahatlT,
vhaugiKl at Uie oost and expense of the owuers thereof.
from time to time as Congress may direct, so aa to pre
serve the free and convenient navigation of said river.
And tho authority to erect and continue said brldire
shall be subject to revocation, modification by law
whenever th publlo good shall In the Judgment of
Congress so rwjulre, without any expense or charge to
me uuivau ouiioh.
Sao. . That th MuseaUn Western Railroad Com.
uanv. or their assigns, a oornoratlon existing undar
he laws of the State of Iowa, be, and Is hereby, author
ised to eonstruet aud maintain a bridge across tho Mis
sissippi river at the oity of Muscatine, In the State of
'P. i1?'1,?"' " P uu." . uJr.!'!, .."S:
i urn! u norouy ueviarpu lii uu m utMir-ruuie. mnu iiiaii
.15.' ,rl.,!USS, "'a.u ."W1 the terms,
. riuLriiiiiun,, .mm rtnuireiDanunillUallltHI IU till IJfllta
r M WUoM f IWl j Ml.
;iwiiuuisUl u.ifl mi.
ice, 7, That a bridge uuy b ouaitruct! u4 uulIq-
ln' frose Mississippi river, at any point they
may seleit, between the counties ir Carroll and White-
sides, In the Bute of Illinois, and the eonntiei oi Jack.
ann ami flltntnn. In tl.. 141.1. if lAwa. either Iit th
Western Union Railroad Company or th.tiahuU, Ac.
ley, and Dakolah ltallroad Cumpany, ortKithorthem,
orhy cither or bo'hot their suctwsors or aligns, or by
n i. t....T. AnmM... ... nM-n linn ha 1 n 9 anl tinrt I v
from the Btatw 6V Illinois and lowa. TheTitidg au.
thsrlied to h hnllll,v ihia inctlonli hereby declared
to bo a poit-ronte, and he ail th privilege, and i
; "T.Sn.nio S the
nutie 01 Minnesota, iy me Hiiwauiuv nmu o, raui
n.tle-H IVmh.... tl... .nUAlanM r I im t l.f
Person, company, or corporation liaylngftuthorlty
auWtto aii tt terrn.retriction, nd Mquir.nienu
eonUlned In the foregoing selon of this act.
sc . That th right to alter or amend this act, so
frnm am! aflar Itjt naaaairn. wlUlOUt .aHV OlUense or
ehlrg, t0 lha cnited statca'.
Oeneral Nature, No. St.J
-AN ACT to aothorlte the restoration of ailhert Morton
lie it encte.i i.y the Senato and House of neprewnt-
atires of the Unitwihtatcs of America in i yongiwi a.
anml.larl Thai ll.n P.Mlilnnt nf the Unlto.1 HtAtllS 1)4.
ha la harohv. aillhnrllml til nominate, and. bV and
.m. ,h; TadVlcoVna cVinsela f the Benate, to rM
uiioert Morton an ensixn in tho nary. ,
ri I at...... w. V". I
lOeneral Nature. No.
act to authorise the President ti appoint aorg
aures 01 uie uniwxi niaten ui Ainoricn ui wnww. .
Mmldwl, That the President bo, and he Is hereby.au.
unitai ouiwa iiavj', 11, 111 ma upiuiuu, .no .iim
the lmhllo aerTlce will he thoTeby promoted
Approyeu, April , 104.
Qcneral Nature, Nn. M.J
AN ACT to provldo for the reporting and printing of I
ine aenaies in Vyongreos. I
lie it enacted hv the Bonate and llnuse of Renresent I
Kuree oi me unueii ouiies 01 America in vongress as.
aemblod. That the Congressional nrlntr Is herehr dl.
... ..... - .1 .... i. : i
roctwl to enter Into a oontroct. In behalf of the General
UoTerninenl, will) Franklin Hlrm, Jefferson Hires, and
ueorge a. uauey, inr me reporting ana printing or the
debates In Congress for the term of two years, on and
from the fourth dav of Alarch. eighteen hundred and
at.Tantvrf.nn. In aiw.ntar.Mi with a nrni.nai.1 furm nf
contract from the said Rlres and nalioy. subraltUid to
Ine on the m
the part of th Benate.
gee. il. That for the purpose afoiesaid there be ap.
error the House without the a
of the speaker
f tha nouw, pntw-m, That It shall l the dot- of
,ne joint ivomraiitee on I'unno rrinung to uubllsli an
..v...l..n..n nnn. mm! T... f..... I.....
paper In easli or thecltlcs or Wa.hlnglon, Philadelphia,
York, Ho2ton, Chicago, Cincinnati, Loulsnlle, 8t!
Sew York, Dojton, t.hlcago, Clncli
Louis, and Ban Kranolsoo. Inviting
- .uls, and Ban rninolsoo, nvlt ng proosals In detail
fopreuortlng anil for printing, together and senaratelr.
ropreporting ami lor pnnting, u.gvtnt
to report an proposals wnicn may ue rccoireu lierore
the deslirnsied dv Ul U.inirrrs". at the enrlinat nrai.ll.
fahled.te, with estimates, hereby dlreoted to be made
by Uio Congressional Printer, ofthe cost of reporting
,, Ul. ConrrMJ0n.1 printer. ortfie c.t of reporting
f . t . s a i . . . it i .
reaentAllres I And vrtvidrd furtktr. That no ilahafoa
ahall Im. rannrt.Ml or ttntillsbed at nubllo MMni. .ft.
the close ofthe present Congress, except up.m written
contracts onivreu iniu tnereior uimer in
ie authority of
Approred, Aprils, 1872.
JUeneral Nature, No. 17.
AN ACT to establish a port of entry and dellrery at
me cuy ui i ULAuurKii, I'nusj itania.
lie It enacted br the Kcnate and llouso of Itcnriuiont-
atlresofthe United States of America In Congress as-
seinoiiMi, wiat a portorcmry anil aenrcry bo, and is
nereny, estaousneu at tno city oi ritisnurgn, t'ennsyi
vanla. which shall lie entitled to the same nrurlslons
and subject to the same regulations ami restrictions as
oiner pons or entry ami -lenrery in tne united buui.
ApproTon, April v, isri.
iOeueral Nature, No. 3.
AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to authorlio
protoctior to tw gircn to eiuiensoriiieliultm States
wno may uiscorer ueposiu or guano," approrod Au-
nut IS. I'M.
lie It enacted bv the Sonata and Ilnti-a nf rtaiiroannt.
atlres of th Unltod -States of America In Congress as- I
semiiie.1, I nat me provisions or the set or Congress
approved August eigmaenm, eighteen uumirod and
uh.vell. eatltled "An act to authorise nroteotlon to be
given tocltUenaoftlie United Stateswho may discover
uepovits oi gutno." iw, ana tne same are nereiiy, ex
tended to fie widow, heirs, executors, or adinlnbitra.
tors or sucn uiKuVM-er, where such discoverer shall
liarodled txr.ire perrectlog proorof discovery or fully
eomulvlnir with the liruvismnj of said act MUiirnvfMl as
aforesaid, after complying with the requirements of
the act of Congress of Augut eighteenth, eighteen bun- 1
Orel and slity-Ar i Vrovtdtd, That nothing herein con- I
tainni snail oe iioiu to iioiiair any nguuor Ulscorery
or any assignment by a uli-soverer heretofore reoog-
br the (lovernment of the United hLatis.
. & That section three of an act appmvod July
twentylghth, eighteen hundred nnl sixty-six,
lieu ".n act ii prov
i protect the rorenao, and for uther pur-
awry oi tne act aiiTesaui, approved AU
rot eighteenth, eighteen huii'lrod and flriy-.ll. be, and
the awne Is hereby. auiendiMllivatriklnirii.lt tlmannl
"live," wherever the same vcours, and inserting In
lieu thereof the wurd "ten."
Approved, April 'i, IS72.
Just roc el Ted from the munufsvetory of Uiocelo
M'.lVf. ItltETOJV, of tint cm,
An Inrolce of fine Watch m whteh wore mrulo en.
dally to my order, &ul are uierlor ur tlmo antl
la flnlsli to any oth r Wtftch auU In Ainorlcti for tho
tame money, AUw, In itock a laruo tarleti of other
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN WATCHES.
A line assortment of Jewelry, Silver awl Plated
Ware, Fancy Uoods, do. Hair Jewelry tuade to
order, l-.rrry uescrlptlin or Watch repairing, en-
loudontille, VU. Feb. 2, IV! 1. ItUyl
Viit llltll.tlsWAV, .. V.
During each of the years, ISC.9, 1670 and 1871
this Society transacte.1 more Nxw Ucslhesi than
any other Life Assurance Oomjiny In the World.
In selecting your Life Couijiany. chooso the very
liest. The rules of premium aro no higher, and the
return of dividends aro much larger, making the
actual oust of your Insuranco much loss In Ui
Kiiultable than In any other Company now doing
Please examine the
dowmont, Tontine, an
popular plans of Life. En-
fduferrod Dividend Policies,
We would oall special attention to our new, at
tractive, anu lHiumar pian, siyieo, uie immune
savings ruud policy, send forolrculars.
J. W, NOrtTON.Speetal Agent,
St. Johnsbury, Vt.
K. UKO. PAnKb'Il, Ag't, Wolls rtlver, Vt.
II KD. S. WJrtUFJTKrt, Ag't,TIietford,.Vt.
1 1 IU
n f l l v e it v.
DRESS & FANCY
G- O O D S.
r. a. jrowAitn
lias lust returned from Iloston with a good assort
In the country,
Neither the beet, but
Good and Substantial,
Bultablo for th place and Uie people.
K3T 1 Js K ASK OALh. JSS
Millinery work and Dress-making don t order,
Agont for the Wllsori New Under-feod Shuttle Sew
West nurke. Vt. 1131
Behold I for X
. ' WITHIN , y,,
Uil tphera may '
i " U found u larx an ,
JEWJELIIY ! ' .
. as there Is In the county. Com right In
at any time, and delay not, for my stars shin 1
brightly both DAY AMD NI0UT. Com and ie my .
WALTHAM. ELGIN, & other American WATCHES.
Also, elegant IMl'OHTKD WATCHES, for Ladica and Gentlemen.
Among my Sterling Silver Waro, you oan find tho moot Dcautiful Styles of
SIOOJ'S, JFOIIK8, JWflPMtlA'JMJTGS, MtEMZRi SIOOA'S,
Oops, Sugar Spoon., Pioklo Fork, Batter Snivel, Fruit Knives, &a, &o.
Among my GOLD GOODS, I can show you somo of the nicest, A No. 1
WATCHES, CHAINS, THIMBLES, SETS, CHARMS,
Bracelets, Lockets, Shirt Studs, Spectacles,. &c.
Olooka in Gront Varloty and various Stylos.
Boolga nnti ssitavatloxkory. . .
ItrpiilrllifC done, Satisfaction flurarfanteed. , ,
GIVE ME A CALL, AND YOU SIIiLL BE
Kindly nnd Pleasantly
, received, and faithfully and ,
IIOKEHTI.Y ' .
East Side Main Street,
May 31, 1873
The attention of those desiring to
Rivniinvvv Tnntinr.Rand EXPFXflK.
and enjoy the most comfort going west, 1 called
Dally line of 51 First Class Powerful Uppor Cabin
Dieamers, leaving ugnensnurn every uy luau
days excepte.il on arrival of noon trains.
Through without chango of boat, to
Oswogo, Olovoland, Tolodo, Do-
troit, Mllwaukoo, Chicago,
and Intermediate ports.
Tl.eie steamer have larire Cabins and Btat
Itooms, amply and neatly furnished, for first class
passengers. Also, Meonnd Caldna, with cnoklng
stoves, wood, llirhts. bertlis and comfortable ao-
eommodations for paiwscngers and families who may
wish lo rurntsii ineir own provisions anu nouumK.
rassengers anu lamuiee can emnara wnu mon
. . . .. - V. a. . .. . 1 I . . I. Mltl..
loains, luKuge, aiua, Hc.iAuui.iri i,u.,... , n....-
out disturbance or transshipment, at their port of
destination, thus avoiding the great inconvenience
of many changes, delays and expenses of other
Krery effort will be made to add to the comfort'
of Passengers, and continue the established rcpnta
tlon of this line, as the cheapest and best route
Freight taken via this line to all points West at
Trusty men will meet passengers at the depot In
Ogdcnsliurg, taking checks and re-checklng bag
gage through to all points. Iiu lbs. liaggage free
to each passenger. , , ,
It Is for the Interest of evcrv traveller, especial
ly families moving west, to see tho agents of this
line before purchasing their tickets.
Through ticket at the vory lowest rates to all
Points West, North West, and Month West for sale
at principal Railroad and ticket offices In New Eng
land.' L. MILLS, (Jen. Agent,
II. W. ADAMS, 6.5 Wash. St., Iloston.
Trav. Agent, Windsor, Vt. I44m6
Horse Siioeixg !
rplIE placetn get your Ilorau Shoeing done
1 in a style that won't fall to suit, la at the
OLD STAND on EASTERN AVENUE.
(Formerly occupied by Ilarroun & Flavin.)
Have on hand thv largest and best assortment uf
Hammered Shoes In the State, all made from the
All kinds of forging and rerjalrlng doneV short
notice. All our workfwarranted to giro satisfac
tion, or no charge. We work for those that pay
th liest, and If we get time we work for the rest.
All Indebted to the firm of Ilarroun 4 Fla
vin will eonfer a favor by settling the same Imme
dlately and save paying costs. 141
fplIK Babccrlber .inrlng purohued the A. D
1 Woods farm, about II ratios frum Fairbanks
VUUze, Id lUnrllle, uf 70 acres, which joins his
own, has no 17 acres and two sets or bulldtnjp..
He now nrononeit to sell the bulldlnrs on his own
farm, with land, from one to twenty-Are) acres, to
suit the (mrcUaser Thftbulld!ncsonnsltof a Rood
brn, sliei and hoastj, and the land ranks among
mooes. or veruwni. mis is a ohmi cnanco ior
some one who may-desire a small farm.
l.vtf J. M.CMFKOnn.
PUKE WHITE LEAD !
Manufactured by the
SALEM LEAD CO., Salem, Mass
Warranted strictly Pure.
And Is the Finest, Whitest, and has the best body
or any lean in una country. i ry 11.
8. ItANDALL k SON, Ascitis,
139 BU Johnsbury, Vt.
J. A. SEWELL
Would roffpoctrully Inform the ltuMIo that he has
purrn&soo, ine iarriai;o nnon or J, ii, null, and is
lircjianHi iu uu an oruers for
liuht nuuui, uuiit wagons,
ExriiBsa WAaoNa, lumber wagons,
And all other kinds of work usually done at a car
rtage manufactory. dSy usins
THE BEST OF STOCK !
Hxjtei'lciiccd Workmen I
He feels oonfldent that he ean suit all who may
Of all kinds promptly and satisfactorily done.
He feels confident that he oan do
The Bost of Work.
Shop onpoelte iwssenger depot, over Nutt's
rue noras, di. jonnsuury, too
Or Exchango for other Properly
A FA Uil situated one mile from Button Corner and
atiout two miles ironi west nuraeaeHii, 11 con.
slats of IM acres, nearlrliu of which Is under out
tlratlon, and Is one of the best farms In button. On
said premises are house ana lrn with runnln
water at each, The ha) and grain Is to be sol
with ilia (arm.
A good ohance for tome enterprising farmer. For
Information apply to J A. bewail, bU Johnsiiury,
CLOTH IN a
Jdbt lUxiiVKii At
J.A. LMCoore '
of the Heavens.
St Johnibnry, Vt
Stone China Ware
OF THE DEBT QDAUTY,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & COS
Who are now offering to the trade In original orates,
purchased for them ofthe manufacturer In
England, ware assorted for the re
tall trade. The best
STOKE CHINA W AEE,
ever Imported to this country,
S3T GUARANTEED LESS
than the Iloston wholesale dealers'.
HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES,
and all other supplied at lower rates than the In
ferior ware Is sold at. Also,
Vltlnie Ten. Scla, -ln.eivnrc,IIInglliR
iiu.ucta, Toilet Seta, match Snfee,
s-iinau Figure una Iluste, ii
Itargo iiasortmrlit of Vases,
Tcte-ia-Tete Heta, also
sa great variety of
FANCY WARES, SILVER PLATED
of the best makes and at the lowest prloes. Silver
rialed Knives In variety, with a god assort
ment of Table Cutlery. Agents for the
sale of the celebrated
national Coffee Pot !
PAINTED WINDOW SHADES OF EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. SHADES MADE TO ORDER.
- CHINA BOARD SHADES,
new article, aald to be the most perfect and useful
shade In use, requiring no fixture. Also
White, Buff, and Green Window Holland.
All to be sold at tho Lowest Prices.
Purchasers aro invited to call and examine.
FARM FOR SALE.
HMIE subscriber being desirous of moving West,
-AW 1 1 1 aall tklas Aa a.aa.1 .S-I..I.
Ja win ( Mia laftlUI, WUUbj1UIU
230 acres of Excellent Land,
suitably divided Into mowing, tillage, pasturage
and woodland. Said farm is situated in South
iineeiocr, anout 4 miles rrom Wheeloek Hollow,
and about 7 mile from Lyndon. Danville, and
roam iiiru.iQA uopuia, un Mia larm is a gooo
snrar orchard and two mnd anrap hnnaaa Th
batldlngs consist of cottaice house, barn and shed.
There Is never railing running water at house and
barn. Those wishing a good farm will do well to
call ent examine the premises. On said farm la an
exoeueni muca: oca.
.. . . . . BENJAMIN BEAN.
oouia r nee loss, june in, iHri. 153
J. A. Moore's
Immediately and get your
Clotiiiivg ad Hats.
WW lll;Illty(J HHfVCJ)
Toys and Fanoy Goods,
Spectacles, Work Dozes, Writing Desks,
Violin and llultsar Strings,
&0,, &C, ito.
IVspalriag of Watches and Clocks dons In the BEST
GRAHAM'S NEW STORE,
Mala Street, (opposite Court House.) IWt
WARD'S II LOOK, gmt'ivest Corner, op stairs.
All who with Dren Making done, Fitting or
Sewing of any kind, iay U assured of such satls-
MiioBias etpsrienoe can reaoer.
160 . MUHhVl MORRIS HART,
Railroad St,, Sept. (.
mCKETS to ALT. points WDST brallth Brit. 1
elated routa i call and vt inwMtraiai ni iri..
La.ll. rt... a B Y . . . ... "
ion i wneugur rvja oi, aiiinnrinary
A. C. llAKVKV. Afz't.
And sco hU assortment of
Foreign ami Native,
to nn Eagle.
stain Btreet. OnnnsitA IVinrt Ifnn.a Rnnf A.
161 ' ' '
K.lmrn of Itnnta nml herbs ivlilcli nlmost
Invariably euro tlio following complaints!
iryprp,n, iit'HIl l.uiii, ajivca vyw.i,Aj,.i.
and Loss of Appetite cured by taking a fow
. , T . . .1 T I f . nll
TAU$ltude, Low BplrtU and Blnklng Sen
ntlon cured at once.
JSrupMtmt, Plmplce, Blotches, nnd nil Im
purities of the blood, tnirstlng tliroueli tho
skin or otherwise, cured rciullly by follow
ing tho directions on the bottlo.
Kidney, Bladder and Urlnnry Tieranire
mcnt Invariably cured. Ono botllo will con-
Tinco mo mosi BKepucm.
irvrm cxnelled from tho srstem with
out tho lensf difficulty. Patients suffering
from mis preTnieni iincuso win bco n inarn
el change for the bettor In their condition
alter taking ono bottlo. Worm difficulties
are moro prevalent than Is generally sup
posed in 1110 young, ami invy win unii uio
guaker Bitters a suro remedy.
AVrroiis Dimevlllft. Keuralgla, Ac,
Mmniilliiti. Swelled Joints and all Bcro-
fniar Amietlons removed or urcatly re
lieved by this Invaluable medicine
ilranciKfsi Catnrrh, Convulsions, and Hy
sterics cured or much relieved.
Difficult nrtathtng. Fain In tho Lnnr-s,
Side and Chest almost Invariably curod by
taking a few bottles of tho Quaker Bitters.
fll Difficult Fcmalo Dernnfccments, fnl
inosr Invariably caused by a violation of tho
orpranlo laws,) so prevalent to the American
lames vicia reniuiy 10 mis ahvuiuuuio uioui
clne tho Quaker Bitters.
All Imptiritlc of tho Blood nnd diseases
Incident to the enmo always cured by tho
Suaker Bitters, If taken according to the
Th Agtd find In tho Quaker Bitters Jnst
tho article they stand in need of In their de
clining ycara. It quickens tho blood and
cheers tne mind, and paves the passage
down tho plana Inclined.
Sold by all Druggist, and Dealers In Medicine.
SH. H. S. FLINT & CO., PEOPEtXTOUS,
PJtOriDEXOE, It, I.
Sold at wholosale by IIBNRV St CO., Burlington ,
at retail by 3.
IAL.L, i S'JN, tit Johnsbury.
Will cure LIVER CONPLAINT, JAUNDICE, DV3
m'dlA, os INDlUhSTION, CONSTI
PATION, U1LIOUSNESS, and
all diseases aggravated by
The IMPURITY of the BLOOD.
THE GRANITE STATE BITTERS
ISA PURELY VKGETABLK COilPODSD, f
frum rtxj and barkii growing la our lmtne
dUto rlciuitv, tUe inedloal propertied of which are
pruaorreil in pure splr!), inaking a Vegetable Bit
ier and Blood Purl tier, and wo warrant It to con
tain no mineral whatever.
The Uittirg will be found mot valuable for the
curqofthujedisoaaefl arising from tho Stomach,
wKlch U tnuot likely to vt disordered of any organ
of the human system.
Arewofthodideij1a)whlch the Bitters cure we
enumerato nolow. Thoso we are aa likely to have
in ono aejjono-i another, hut gojerally more la
Spring and tSumirer.
Indigoation or Dyspopsia,
I'robably the worst disease the American people
have to endure, id of very common iccurrenoo and
mhchtc be dreaded.
There are many dliordoni occadloned-by-indtgea-tion.
which extend to all parU of tho Itody. such as
Headache. Palpitation of the Heart. Irregularities
of the I'ulie, Low uf Hnerg. Confusion ot Thought
and reelings of utter prostration without any lull
lignsof d Incase, The Orgaus of Digestion are lia
ble to a great amount of uUoaaa, and it remalnafor
us to have some remedial agent uear at hand, and
this we e.ler you in the Uranite State litttert, which
doss not fall to cure.
UtltouMituMM, which U apparent in a great
many, Is readily released by the Bit tors.
HutU are occasioned by the linpuritloi of the
blood striving to free tbonuulvoj. Use the Bitters
and your Blood will become pure.
" later UompluliU, and all diseases ofthe
Liver are quickly burad by the Bitters.
Jaundice, Scrofula, Headaco, Constipation, and
all lujpurltlen of the Blood, are curod by Uie Oran
itt State Hitter, which, for a general tonic and me
diclnal preparation Is uiuurpaued.
I'rlcu 0.t:U0I. I.Alt pvrlloale.
Fur sale by S. HAND ALL & SON and R. C.
VAUU1IAN. Druggista, St. Johnibury, Vt. 15i
B U C.H IT
Ii one of Uie best diuretics known, and Is the ertU
cle that gi?os most relief in all dUeases of the Urin
ary and kindred organs,
DB. GRAVES' EXTRACT OF
OLIVER AND KIDNEY COMPOUND.
Is composed of the most active prlnclplds of Duchu
leares oomblaed with other pure mellciues, and
makes a euro for all diseases of tho urinary or
gan .listing In male or female, as Irritation,
Indamatlou or ulooratlon of the Kldoeys and
llladder. Utone In Uladdor, Oravel, llrlck Dust,
deposit In Urine, Thick Cloudy or Ropy Urine,
Leucorrhwa, Uonorrhuea, (lleet, ie, A ureat cur.
for diseases ol the Llrer 1 and being oomblned with
Iron, makes It rery strengthening to the system,
and affords great relief to broken down and debili
For sale by
8. RANDALL 4 SO.N, Druggists,
I21yl St. Sohnsbury, Vt.
ONNU.Ml'TIOiV cull bo VllltllU.
SOU KXOK'H PULMONIC HVItUP,
BOIIKNCK'a BBAWEEI) TONIC,
BCHENCK'8 MANDRAKE PILLS,
Are the only modlotues that will cure Pulmonary
Sometime medicines that will stop a cough will
often oocaslon the death of the patient. It looks
up the liver, stops the circulation of the blood,
boinurrhago follows, and, In fact, clogging the
action of the very organs thut caused the cough.
Liver complaint and dyspepsia are the causes of
two-thirds or tho cases of consumption. Many are
now ootnplaliiliig with dull pain In the side, the
bowels sometimes costivu and sometimes too loose,
tongue ooated, palntu the shoulder blade, leeliog
sometimes very rustless, aud at other times drowiyi
the foul that is taken lies heavily ou the stomaoh,
aeooinpaiitod with acidity and belching or wlud.
Tbw.e symptoms usually originate from u disorder
ed condition of the stoinoeh or a torpid liver. Per
sons so alfocfHl. if they takeoua or two heavy colds
awl if the cough In these cases be suddenly stopped
the lnnirs. llvur unit stiiinauli clu. and remalu uir-
ami luaoure, anu neiuru tne paueut is wbib ui
ils situatluii. the luntrs are a mas. of sores, and ul-
oeraieu, ami ueatn is tno ineviuAui. rvaun.
rJchenok's Puliuunle hyrup Is an eipectorant
which does not contain any opium, nor anything
calculated lo check aoough suddenly,
rJchenck's rjcaweed Tunlo diasolres the food, mix
es with the gastrlo Juice ofthe stomach, digests ea
sily, nourishes the syiteu. and creates a healthy
circulation of the blood. Wheu the bowel are cos
tive, skin sallow, aud the patient U of a vicious
habit, rJchenck's tlandrakcll'tlls are required.
These medicines are prepared by Dr. J, II.
UOUKNCK t HUN, Northeast corner or Uixtli and
Arch streets, Philadelphia, Peun., ani for sale by
UEO. 0. UOODWIN 4 CO.. M llauover street. Doe
ton, and John K. Henry, 8 College place, New York,
for sal by Druggists generally, I It