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mmbt - VOL. 1....NO. 1. Sli? Svartcjs. fjUTTI.r. .t HOADLKV, 11 A K KltS. Manufacturers uf nil ktiuli ol I'llACKKliS UliHAD AM) CAKUM. Our goods are hiniiufnelurod from the choicest select tirades fir I 'lour, mid ns Hundley knows Just liow to muko I hem, there will bo no doubt in obtaining it gu! selection. IMrlli'iil.ir tit tout Ion to Mmitifacliirlntr l'rcwt lll .ml I lrji:iunMil lnjf Wl.DDIXll CAKKS, In tin mutest si tic. All orders promptly nt- iciHicii to. .1. s. 'ittti.i:, i.. i. iioaiii.i:v, No. SI West St., ltutland, Vt. t "Vinm llrntvn llicad otcrv morning, mid Minda mummy Hum it until t) o'clock. ln Iiliiii RATLKtHin i:.tuivi:i.Y. uiayldlm. uhow c.si:s. corxkr, clock (j nml Maul lu Shelves lnnilo to order, with l'lnln nr Moulded edges. IlltACKKTS suited In dirrercut styles nt l)i:AlinoitN'.s tlrovc lllock. N KW MOULDIXUS FOH PICTURK 1-mining, Chromus, Lithographs, and KnjrraMiifri fit iir..Hiiuii. n "U'RTAlX COHXICKS Or HLACIC Walnut, or nil out, rnailo to order, t'ur lain Kings Tassels and Cords. DKAHIIOKN'S DHUIHORX IS AOKNT KOR OAltD T.lt'S Perforated ChatrScat, for renovat ing over Cad-Flag or Hush liottom cliulrs. Please to call mid sco them. drove lllock 1UTI.AN1), Vt. inayliDm M'ThAND MANTFACTfJlINd COMPANY-, Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In WOOD AM) CHAIN' SKAT ClIAIIiS, DEI). STKADS AND C1IAIH STOCK. Comer ot West and T'nresl sts, UUT'LAND, VT. I.. Atooi, Agt. (!. c. ltrnni.KS Trims. inayldly. 0. T4 C 11 () H S, M.uiuf.icUiror ot mid Dealer lu finishing l.vMiir.it, siiin(ii.i:s. lath, ci.aimioaiids, and spitt'CK i.itmiikh, DOOMS SASH, HI.INDS, Mliri.l). I.NOS, IlltACKKTS, WIN DOW kkami:s & CASINOS. Scroll San Ins or all kinds, Pinning, Mutelilntr and (lliulng done to order. Vnrd anil Mill Cor ner of t'nlon and Furnace streets, near Freight Depot, ltutland, Vt. MajldAttain. J W.' K I X U , Mum ircrnnd wholesale nml retail dealer In SASH, DOOltS, HI.INDS, MOri.DINON, IlltACKKTS, AND II(H-Si: Fl'll MSIIINO MATIiltlAI, Of EVEI1V DESCRIPTION. l'l'ltNAP SIUKF.T, ltUTLANP, VT. Orders ljy mall or otherwise promptly attend I'd to. myliltf 3. J. OUIXDOX, H L ACKS3II T II . Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All w ork warranted, Shop on WEST ST., NEAlt OUVKU M.lltlll.K itOtlkS, mayldSm ltUTLANl), VT. LOUIS MARTKI.L, iiovm:, skin and ounamk.ntai. paintkh, Paper Hanging, (lllAINI.NII AND DECOnATINO, IS AM. 8TYI.KS. Kulsoinlnlngnnd HnrdWood finishing, (Hazing and (ilass Staining. Jin . 's New Hulldlng, Center Street, P.utland, Vt. mnjidlm TIIOS. ItOSS. 'XCOLX IHOX WORKS. MaibleMIll and Hoisting Machinery ot the hiost tmrorved construction. Derricks and puiiip" ell 1 111! t Steel nrl'vs. lachlncry, castings and general ma ul Iron Wlro Itopo nt .Manufacturer's ltutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. mayldtt o. ii. m o it i: nous i:, HKXTIST, opposite centinl Iloitso - . ItUTLAND, Vt. -lyldtt Mini: ukst si:wix machine in J. tho world. Wo hnvo tried them. Cm bo liadat j:.N. MIHtltlAM'S. oM$ and HiJ iJoom.0. A IM) Vi' K L L HOUSi;. C It A M T O N & H A L S II U H Y I'llOrillETOKS. " no 11A1IDWKI.L HOUSi: Is located oppostto the Depot and has long been favorably known to tho traveling public. It has been recently Improved, now affording tho best and most mnplo accommodation to guests. Tho TABU! will be supplied with nil the luxuries of tho Season, nml every attention will bo paid to tho comfort ot Its patrons. In tho future, as In tho past, the Proprietors Intend to make It ullrst-class llouso nhordlng all tho cotntortH of n home to tho traveler. Tho public patronage Is solicited. A flOOD LIVKHY lu connection with tho House. Attentive POKTP.itS will bo found nt tho Dejiot, on the i rival ot nil trains. .). W. ClIAMrON, J, A. Sawiiuky. mnyldiuvtf FA It MR US IIOTKL, FiiKimiT Btheet, - - ItUTUND, VT. A FIltST CLASS 31 K A T JI A It K K T IN IIOTl'.I. lIUIUIINd. wnjliOm J. K. JOHNSON, Phoi'iuetoii. .1. W. FISlIi:it'H i i: w i) i x i n a it o o m s , Central llouso lllock, Merchants' ltow, ItUTLAND, VKI1M0NT. 'nrm Meals served nt all hours of the day mid evening. maslil.lm .1. F. STINSON'H I) I X 1 X 0 II A L L , (iulnn'H lllock, Opposlto tho Deiiot, ItUTLAND, - Vi:it.MONT. Warm Meals seivcd at all hours ot tho day nml etching. luayldlw JOSKPII MACOAHKi:, N V, Vt' I) I N I N 0 II ALL, In rooms funnel ly occupied by .1, W. Fisher. KINflHLKV SI'ltAOUI'.'H 1II.0CK, MeiiCbants' How, ItUTLAXn, Vi:it.M0NT. JL KVF.UYT1UN0 KIM AND CI.KAN. AVAltM M1UI.S BEII1:WT AM, HlllUtS. inayldtf, (iiivorct'icis and provisions'. J & T. CADKN, Wholesale and llctall Dealers In (UtOCKIllKS AND I'UOVISIONS, ('ANN HI) Fltl'ITS, PICKI.HS, Ac, (I LASS, i: A HT1 1 K.N WA It 13 AND FANCY OOODS. Also, Dealers In DUY (IOODS, SHAWLS, DItlISM (IOODH, Hostility, (ii.ovi:s, c, ao. An assortment of HUNTS' FUltNISlIINU (U)ODS C,oiis(mitly on hand. AOHNTS FOH MAIL STHAMIlllS TO AND l'HOM IHtltOl'i:. tw-HHAl'TH FOH ANY AMOUNT OX, Till: HANKS OF KNOLAND, MIFXAND, SCOTLAND AND WALKS. COHNKIt FHKIIIIIT AND KVKLYN STS. I'.l'TLAND, VT. Iii)ld3m BATTY'S NAIIOIJ 1MCKLKS, Crosso Ic lllaekwell's Pickles, Halford's Worcestershire S.iuee, Natmb S.iuee, In f.iel nearly nil kinds of Kngllsli Plekles can be found nt II. W. MAltslIAl.L'S mnyldiniy. pitUNlOLLAS, I'HCNKS, CIIKUItlKS, I. Penclies, lllockberrles, Hasplierrles,Pluins Huckleberries. Also, all kinds nt fruits In cans, for sale nt II. W. MAKSIIAI.L. mnylilAwly drove street, Hiitlaml, Vt. I?LK IIOItN it MAGNOLIA F LOU It J very choice, for sale nt mayld.twly H. W. .MAltsiIALL'S'S. rpHAS, from .in cents to iSl.Tfi; nlso fresh .L (iround COFl'Ki:, ill II. W. MAItSllALI.'S mayld.tw ly Coiner of (Irote and West sts. 1 8 r, 7 . 1 H 7 !) . () L I) It K I) S T O 1! K . aiinamuKN axd rjionsiojw, CIIKAP FOIt CASH. CHESTKIt KINOSLKV. majllf Mekciiasts' How. T)S1U'.II 1L OUY, Successor to S. HAYWAltD A (j)., Dealer In flliOCKHIKS, PItOVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD. Wasiiinotos St., Huti.inu, Vt. in.tldly Jfl U L T O X M A 11 K E T, DUXTON ft HAYWAltD Proprietors. All kinds of Meats. Fish. Vetretnbles nnd Fruits 111 their season. Klngsley .t Sprngue's Block, Mercliants' How, mayldom l'KTEIt F. MoMAXUS, G It O 0 E It , And denier In 1' It O V I S I O X s , No. 03 West St., RUTLAND, VT. mayldlm w 11. MUSSEY, No. 11 Merclinnts' How. Groceries and Provisions. "yyilOLESALE FItUIT DEI'OT. Tho Bubscrlber lias made arrangements to receive nil kinds of FORKION Fltl'ITS by tho car-load direct from llrst hands lu New York nnd Huston, and Is prepared to till orders from Dealers In Hutliuid nml from on tho lines of ltnllrnads centering here, ut the Lowest Wholesale rules. OltANOES AND I.KMONS llepackcd and Warranted as represented. I am also prepared to pay tho highest cash price for Potatoes to ship to Market, K. P. HITCHCOCK, Opposite tho Dciot ItUTLAND. Mayldlm. Eras. Wholesale deuler In t'AI.IFOHNIA WINKS AND 1IHANDY. Also, lUI'OlllKH AMI WIIOI.f'SAI.K UK II Ell 111 CHINA AND JAPAN THAN. Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians nnd Druggists Is especially called to our wines as they me unsurpassed for medical purposes, coming from one ot the oldest vlneyurds In California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat isfactory, or to bo returned nt my expenbo. OFFICE, COHNKIt FHKIflHT AND KVKLVN, STS., (I.uritlon & Huntoon'H Block,) ltutland, Vt. myltt HAIH'INO I'Al'EH. Merchants uslnv nrlntcd wranntntr will do well to consult us before ordering, ns wo uinko as low figure ns New York or Boston Houses, nnd give better mcoinmodnllohs lu nnsortlug lots, while a great sating can bo mudo on freight. UL01IH PAPUH CO. pICTUHE FItAMINQ DONE WITH X Neatness nnd taste, nnd nt reasnnablo prices some new nnd beautiful styles Just re celtedttt X. N, MKItltlAMU Uavlitc. JUTLANI) MAltHLE COMPANY, Wll(r.ESAt.r. DKAI.KHS IX HLOCK it SAWED MAltllLE. gUAlllilKA AND MIMA, J. N. IIAXTKH, Supt. WEST ItUTLAND, Vt. All tho grndes of liutlnnd Marble, In the shnpo of slabs of various thicknesses required for Furniture, Mantel, nnd Decorative Wei k, ns well ns Cemetery uses; nlso Cubic Stock for Monumental nnd Building purposes, Including Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found In our yard at all times. Our extensive arrangements for tho produc tion of Marble, In tho way of Ouarrjlng Ma chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs of saws, place us In position to supply the wants of tho Trade. Wliolesnlo nnd Itetnll Dealers, ;ilullders, Furniture-Men, nnd gen eral .iiiniiiaciiirers win unit ii in uieir interest to fator us with their orders. ItUTLAND MAllllLi: CO. innyld&wtf OLIVEIt .MAItltLE AND GltANITE WOHKS OF ItUTLAND, VERMONT, MANFKACIttUB AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MAItltLE AND GRANITE, AND KliKirr MONlt.M KNTS, COPINd, TOMBS, HKADSTONKS, TABI.KTS, FONTS, AC, To order In any part of the United Slates with out risk to thcjpurchnscr, All work executed by this IMabllshtiient Is done In the most Tiiouoruu ami Ainisiie manner. So largo n proportion of our work Is now going Into the City Cemeteries In successful competi tion with the best city manufactures Hint our products are as famous and conspicuous for their excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New York, Itural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and many of the Western Cities, as throughout Ver mont. And wo present the fact of our constant ly Increasing business, Justllled by the vnieoum excellence of our wotk during the past lite years, ns the surest guaranty purchasers can have ot our faithfulness In tho future. innjltf tfrnrral ImUamUsc 2.EEAT CLOSING OUT "SALE! 1IIEIIE Will. HE (H'ENKP AT I ' NO. 9 MERCHANTS' HOW, On or nliout May blh, n l.irge.stock of G E N E R A L 1 E R 0 II A'N I) I S E , Which will bo HOLD A T COS T A c.o.s'w oirr a iiitmxks .v. '. Full PnrtlculJissoon. GEORGE W. CHAPLAIN, Jit., j 111-Ti.ANH, Aju'll 30th. luayldlw w A L L I N G F O R 1) A . II 1 1. 1, ft S O N Will open on Monday, May Mh, the new MihLtxunr uooms Over their store, whero will bo dlspln)7d nn elegant stock ot Pattern lints, lilhbons, J'tow ers. Frames, lints, Ac. New York (IikhIs ut Wnlllngford prices. Also Mens' and BojB'lIals and Cnps. Hating enlarged mid Improved our CLOTHING ROOM, We shall open on the same day, our Spring stock uf MENS', HOYS' AND 11 1 1 1,1111 KN s' SUITS. Can give it good business suit for flo, mid we hate a good lino of liner good. Klegnnt Con Is and Vests and Nobby Pants.sWo havu iciikhI dled our HIIOi: DKPAltTMKNT, And can now olTer n full stuck of Ladles', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Rubbers nnd Slli ihts; nlso, Men's nnd Bujs' Boots mid Shoes. Wo hate a new lot ot CROC K E 11 Y To open i also In stock, Glassware, Hardware, GmssSced and Flour. Wo can glte tho best ot bargains lu GltOC'KHIKS AND FAMILY HUPPI.IKH. Como mid get 8 lbs. or.tho best w hlteSugar for f 1, mid good Japan Tea for 07 cents. (N, 11. e Iiaiosoino not ns good fur M) cents.) But wo cannot glvo you a list of our goods or prices, so ,j on must roll on us mid see for yourseft es. A. HILL SON, W A L L I N G F 0 R D . mnyldld.ktvllm A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW URAI1) 1N(I DKHIGNS, nlso AI.PIIA11CT8, Just IV celved at U. N. MKHHIAM'H, JUTLAND, VT., TUUKSDAY MOHNING, MAY , Wntrhcjs ana 'fwflry. rjl O '1' II E T II 0 U S A N, 1) S T1HT WILL HEAP TDK RUTLAND tll.OUK, ' Allow us to say that i O U R S T O It E - IS STlt.t. OS MKHCHANT S' HOW, NKAIt TI1K DKC-IUVn ovn si'KciM.rv, F 1 X K W A T C1IK8,' As Merchant Jewelers, we propose nltvnys to be posted nml stocked Willi nrtlclcs of ' ARTISTIC AND INTRINSIC WORTH., , SOLID SILVER GOODS From (iui ham .t Co., nlwnys Sterling. i: i a ii v t, a r ; n w a n k h , clocks, spi:ct.m;i.i:, ac., ac. hiik-iiive, iir.N k. chase ,t co. matldlw A I L E Y it P A It M E X T E l WATCIIMAKKHS, .inWKLKltS X S I L V E R S M I T II S. Wohatollio lnii;cs and best nssortment'of it nienes eteroiiei'i'ii in tins luarket, GOLD C II A INS. lu large supply, embracing ev'eryWitlety'nr stt le ilcslralile fur kulles' or (lent lemons' wear. - - JEWELRY, 1 n i Mi nbiiml.i nee, and moro coming. U CUTLERY, .( SUA Kit I l.t lEII AN1 RTKEI, 1'OK Ttlll.H fSE.5- Ourstock I-large, and Wii-sell at low pricl jT . - T 4 v --t, - -t , - I S I L V E R'-G O OT)S . hll.vr.l! SI'lKlN.S (IP (MH! lltV.V MAM'KAl'Tfl!E. ROGKIIS' IIHOTIIKRS PLATKI) FORKS AND SPOONS. Tcit Sels, Onstors, Ac, all thkl'csl. S P i: 0 T A C4L i: H To lit those who cannot bee well. KYi: OLAiJjjKS. A new thing wlthourframes Very deslnible. Call nnd see ror j ourselves nt - HAII.KY AND PARMKNTRIFS, 17 MEIOTtiNTsfTiOW. mnj Idtt Gr' OOI) NEWS ! GOOD-XEWS! WATCIIKS CIIKAPKlt THAN KVKIt BKl'Olli:, MARSHALL it CADY'S.. Who have Just roeelted n larga.and elegant stock, open eases with Mat glasses, lu both Swiss mid American, key and stein winders. NKW ASSORTMKNT OF CHAINS, (101.1) SKTS, RINGS, I'lNS, ,u. Sulid Silver nnd SUter Plated Wnre. ..."'J0.."l,00t 1'laek Jewelry In horn nnd Jet. Call nt the old stnud of Clark- Bros 4: Marshull, corner Meivluiuth' Rotv and West street. "1") 1'lim MAKH11AJ.I.,A; CADY. A HAMS it SON HAVE A XIOE J. sioci; nf WATCIIKS AND CHAINS, " JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPWcfl'ACLES, GUNS, (JARTItllinKS, RASOUS, SOI III SII.VEIt AKIIPIIAEIl I'l.ATKIl WAKE. WATCIIKS, CLOCKS AND .ItflYKLRV Repaired lu n workmanlike. manner, tiiiden- Call nnd wo us nt your ijhrllest convenience. ADAMS AND BON,i. ' No. SIJv MEiiciUNTS' Row, Ut-Sriliui. inayld. - Mi- ;- P I T T 8 F O It I) U Jig Tttf E , J. RHIClIAllD. I'HOiwIirOiti,, Manufacturer (4iK ' CHARCOAL Pill KUQ irKtiilHD.'VT. j)unyld3m 3,Uskal. Gr RAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL. To bo held nt tho TOWN HALL, ItUTLAND, VT., Commencing nn Monday Kve Jlnv 12, and clos ing Friday Kie., May 10,187,1, under thedliec tlon of the celebrated conductor Mil. CARL ZKRHA1IN, of Boston, Mar. President, John N. Ilaxler, ltutland. F, A, Fisher, See. K. A. Morse, Trens. (lenrgo A, Mletzkle, Musical Comtnlltee. on which occa sion tho following eminent nrllsla, whose repu tntlon Is tinrlvuled, will nppenr. Mine. Jennie Vam ZiNiiT.Prlum Dentin, lateof the l'lirepa Rosa Kngllsli Company. Mjie ,Ifi k lWHVTiiEit, Soprano "of Dr. Chapln's Church, New York. M. I'hanz IlKtitiKiir, Baritone nf Trinity Church, New York. . Mh. W. II. Fesse.mien, Tenor of tho llama beo Troupe. Mn. A. J. Piiti.Lii'S, Tenor ot llurllngton. Mn. Geo. A. Mietzkk nnd Mn. S. c. Mookk, Pianists. Tho celebrated (IKHMANIA BAND, of Boston. The Lkadixii JIfstciANS of the State w III nlso tnke part. THKLAHGKST CHORUS Kver nssemblcd In Vermont will render the Choral music, In n stjle not excelled nt nuy previous musical gathering. On 1'rlday after noon, .May tilth, FIVU HUNDHIill PUPILS OF 'lllli PUBLIC SCHOOLS Will participate, nnd this In connection wllh thonppenrunceot IhonrtWs, will mako one of the pleasantest features of the festival. TIIIIKK GRAND CONCKRTS AND MATINHKS, On Wednesday, Tluu-sday nnd Friday. WNtimts.' tickrth, Uidv t, Ocnlleinan, 2, ndinltllng to Chorus Seats only. SINOI.i: S13ASON TICKETS, f.1. Admitting to nil Itehenrsnls, Matinees nnd Con cert s, Matlnen tickets, Wets. Concert Tickets, 7r,cls. Matinees coniinenco precisely at 3 o'clock p. m, Concerts nt S p. in. MEEKER, Ml'SIC DIIAI.KIt. PIANOS AND ORGANS Sold cheap ror cash, or on easv terms, with monthly or iiuirlerly installments. KVKRV INSTIIUMKNT waiirantkd. SHEET MUSIC Sent post paid by mall tounr part of the country on reeelpt of the retail pi lee. CIIUIICII CIIOIII, StlllltTIt AM' niv SCHOOL f SINGINII I'.OOK'S, 4 r Furnished at publishers lowed jyes. SfA liberal discount to Schools, Music Teachers and Clergjiuen. Solo agent In Rutland for Mount's iiniivaled Sewing and SKWINO MACIIINK NKKDI.KS, ot nil kinds. Warranted the best. Patented In Kngliind and America. Sent by mall to any address by J. 11, MKKKKIt, myldlt No. 25 Merchants' Row. "PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT X. nt K. N. MKKHIAM'S. Also repairing and tuning. rilHE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE X. nt the coming Festival Is tho DKCKKR BROS. K. N. MKHRIAM sells them. anl;s. HAXTEH NATIONAL HANK, RUTLAND, VT. CAPITAL, jaoo.-ooo. DIRKUTORS. II. HBNiiy IIAXTKH, II. F. Uiriinoe, J. N. BlXTEII, T. W. 1'AIIK, Geo. K. Hovce, Geukiie r. Botcum, J. w, CintnoN, N. T. si n in lk, Jit. IK KlMISI.KV, W. C. DUNTON, ,W. C. L.tsnos. COLLKOTIONS Mado nnd remitted for ut Lowest Urates. INTEKEST ALUlWEll ON TIME IIEI'OSITS. A general Banking and Ku'hango business transacted. II. HENKV IIAXTKH, Pl CSt, J. N. II IXTEII, V, PieS,t. . Geohok It. BoiTfM, Cashlr. may 1. Usn ltcnno'H Piilii-Xlllin Miiirle Oil. " ( mrka tile a Cliamt." Safe to uso and delicious to eiuti Colds. Safe to use nnd delicious to euro Cramps, Safe to uso and delicious to euro Calm rli. Safe to uso nnd delicious to euro contusions. Sato to uso mid delicious to cure Colic, Sato to uso nnd delicious to cure Croup. Sato to uso and delicious to cure Cough. For Soro Throat, mix Reiinii's Mnglo Oil with water, nnd uso fur gargling the throat, and In severe cases swnlhu the throat nt bedtime with three or four thicknesses of lliinnel wet with the Mugle OH. This prevents bronchial dim cully, and cures Canker In the Throat and Stomach, unit promotes digestion. ltcnno'H Paln-KlllIng Maglo oil Neuralgia, tonne's Palu-KllllngMagleOll ItlieiimatlMii, ltcnno'H Pulu-Kllllng Maglo oil Hctntlea. Iteniie's Pttth-Kllling Mnglo Oll-chllblaliis. Reuiio'H Palu-Kllllng Maglo OH Siiralns. Iteuno's Paln-Kllllng Mugle Oil Headache.' Iteniie's Puln-Kllllng Mnglo oil Toothache. Bo sure mid get the genuine. Suld by all hon est and prosK'rous druggists, iiierrhaiils nml gioeers. Manufactured only by WM, HKNNK X.SONS, Plttstleld. Mass. rpAGS. y'o linvo now In stock nn assort .X.meiit of Dennlsun'H Patent Dliectlon Ijiuelii and Merchandise Tags which tte will sell nt manufacturer's prices. Wo have nlso a good Mock of Phillip's Se curity Hook-Tags" a very convenient nnd m vlcenblo article for merchants. Ahiong Its ml vantages aret Goods can bo moro readily uinik. ed than by any other means; the tag Is io se curcly locked that It cannot becomo detached from tho goods; nochaneonf tho aig beeoinliig detached from Ilia hook; no po!nU projecting to tear other goods or jour lingers. They nre safe,, strong mid cheap. Call and o.nmluo Ihcm. GLOBi: PAI'KIt CO. WANTED.-Uiy (IchkIs Clcil; liniiinli. ntely. An espirleuced man prefenxd, Addles P, l). Dux S.vi. 187!. hc Jutland gaily (Dlobc. THURSDAY .MORNING, MAY 1, 187:1. HOOK rvo'rioiis. Tin: Payshx, Dt'.N-riiN it ScmiiNiU! .Man. twi. nr Pr.xMANsini' t P. I). ic S. ,n. tluirs, J. W. Pnyson, S. Dimlim, W. M. Scrllmer, 0. II. SlmUucl;, A. S. .Mnnwm. NowYiuk; WiHihvoitli, Alnsttorlli it Coinpntiy. For sale liv Siinttldliig it Co., Rtitliuul. This Is it iKNik of 112 pngcn, with llliis lintlnim nnd claliomlo cxiilniiatioiis of tho lirlncliilos eoncenicil hi tlio iniislnictlim of lettci.H nnd tho :ut of lmmlwrltlnj;. Tlio wonder Is Hint so much could lio said on tlio snliject, i:im.u roi:. An lllilstiliiiis Vlclliu or luli'iiiiH'r- IIIK'I'. iiv iikv. a. w. .t'ri:i:i:. Not n few literary men extenuate Intem perance In poets, ns If n rellncd Inlolleet, n lirillinut liiiau'liiallon, noble conceptions of life, n clear InsMit Into the lieiuitles of nature, and splendid diction could not con slst without Indulgence In wine. Some of the most famous poets England uver saw were not inebriates. .Tnlin Allturtwge Herbert, Wlllinm Cowtitr, James Mont Komcry and AVilllnm Wordstt oi Hi had no delight In the wassail-liotvl; nnd If Shake spenre, llyhin, HnrtleA,l Coleridge nml many other singers of soiig, had never lloodeil their lirains and Mood with strong drink, their worst lines had never licen wiitten, anil tlicir productions would have liecn sliorii of none of their glory. The history of Edgar Allen Pou N no of thn saddest and darkest ever told. His parents were tlieatiical performers who died early, and left three children, of whom ho was one In utter destitution. He was 1 mm in llaltimorc in January, 1811, and after tlio death of his jiaicmU, was adopted by Mr, John Allen, a licit merchant, who intended to mako him his lteir. Mr. and Mrs. Allen took him with them on a vilt lo Knglaud, and for several ycain he went to school at Stoko Xettington, near Lon don. On Mr. Allen's return to Ameiica he was sent to tlio Uniteillv at Cluuiotts ille. He there begun his fatal course of dissi pation, and went to such deplorable ex tremes in vice, that, although n brilliant scholar, he was expelled from the Univer sity. Ho then went to Kuropp, was guilty of such drunken follies in St. Petersburg, that thn police apprehended him, and it needed all the inlltience of the Amei lean Ambassador to save him from tin; penal consequences of his misdeeds. On Ids re turn to Ameiica. Udgar Allen Poe was for git en by .Mr. Allen, who procured his ad mission into the Milllnry Academy, but although popular with ids mess, he jieiiled so completely to his lotc of wine thai ho was dismissed from the Academy in dis grace. Once moro Mr. Allen, now a wid otter, forgave lilin, but Poo bcluned so dis gracefully that he was expelled from Air. Allen's house, who, when he died, did not leate him a dollar. , Poetry had bv lids time Uinm to hate some charms for him, and i.-m '"' small volume. i-oiitalulnrrrneTit hlspucms. Tlmt he was u pint none can doubt. Just lKten to a stanza taken from "The Hells:" Hear thn mellow wedding bells, '. - Golden bells: tlellsl "What a ivoilil ot liiiopliiens tin fr harmony fori' Throiigli the balmy air of night How they ring out their delight, Prom the molten golden notes, And all In tune. What a liquid illtlj lloats Tietlie tm lie dove that ll-tens, while she gliwls On Die moon I Oh, rrom out the sounding cells, What a gush cf euphony voluminously wells! How It sttells; Row It dwells On the Vutuie; how It tells Of Hie rapture that Impels To the swinging and the ringing Of the bells, bells, bells. t, One of his biographers, writing of lihu ut this peiiod, gives a deplorable nccnunt of his appearance, and i elates the kindness of Mr. Kennedy, a literary gentleman, to him. Ik' says: "Thin and pale even to ghustlinivs, his whole nppearame indicated sickness and tho' utmost destitution. A well-worn flock coat concealed the absence of u shiit. and imperfect boots disclosed the want of hose. Hut the eves of the young man were lumin ous with Intelligence nnd feeling, and Ids voice and conversation and m timers all won upon the lawyer's regard. Poe told his history anil his ambition, and it was tie tcrinlned that he-should not want menus for a suitable appearance in society, nor op portunity for a just display of liis abilities in lilerattue." Mr. Kennedy accompanied him to a clothing btoic, and purchased for him a re spectable suit, with changes of linen and sent him to a bath, from which he leturned with tho suddenly regained style of a gen tletmiu. His new friends were very kind to him, and availed themselves of oven op poituuity to serve him. Through their ef. toils, ho obtained the editorship of a maga zine published at Richmond Va., to which ho contiibiited numerous articles; but after tlio lapse of n few mouths, his old habits of dissipation began to show themscltes, and for a week he was in a condition of luutlsh drunl;eniRv-s which led to Ids dis missal. Udgar Allen Poo had friends who warned him of his folly, and urged him to abstain from "wino and strong drink," Seldom have we read a wiser, kinder, more forci ble letter than one which is given in an American sketch of Ills llfo. The writer, -Mr, White, who was then his literary em ployer, thus wroto to htm: ''I cannot address you in such language ns this occasion and my feelings demand; I must be content to speak to you in mv plain way. That you aro sincere lu all your promises, I firmly believe; but t hen you once again tread these streets, I have my fears that your resolutions will fall, and that you will agiiln drink till your senses aro lo(.t. I f you rely on your strength, you are gone. Unless you look to your Maker for helii you will not Ik) safe. How much I legicted parting from you, is known to Him only and myself. 1 had become at tached to you; I am still; nnd 1 would will ingly say return, did not a knowledge of your imt llfu make me dread a speedy re newal of our separation. If you would make yourself contented with quartern In my houso or with any oilier private family, wntre llijuor t not ututl, 1 should think there was soino hope for you; but, if you go to a tnrern or at tiny place where tt it wed at UMe yon are not mfe. You have fine tal ents, ICdgar, and you ought to have them respected, as well as you reel f. Learn to respect ycurself, and you will find that you aro rcspetoed. Ftjxirtite- yourself from tht Mile and Mile eoiiijumlons forercr. Tell, ino If you can and will do so. If you again become an assistant In my olllce, ll must lie under f ood that all engagements on my part cease tho moment you get drunk." Tills was tho counsel of a true friend, but Kdgar Allen Poo did not adopt It a9 the rule of his life. About 18117 ho married a lovely girl, but tills event failed to reform him. He con. tinned to drink, gamble and even swindle people out of money for vicious purposes, and when his young wife died she was re leased from it world of darkness, sin and woe. In 18 U Poo went to Xetv York, and tin-in published his wonderful poem 'The It it en.' It made him famous. What Is tho meaning (if tho poem? Did 'The Ha ven lepivscnt his deep remoree? It is pos sible, for listen to these lines: Onco upon It inldnlght dreary, whllo I mindcr ed, weak and weary, ou r many uqunlnl nnd curious volumo of for gotten loin Wl"' ei'me' n't'l 'ppl'ng' "'"'""' ""K-ciily there AS0aXT&ll'J''l'1,',',',,'nppl,'f llt my ''nS8chan,l'.;'!ta,rL'm Umng nt mJr Only this nnd nothing more. Ah! distinctly I remember 11 was In the bleak December, And each separate dt lug ember wrought Its ghost uiHin tho tluor? s"i us l.agcrly I wished the morrow; vainly 1 had sought to borrow ' I-rom my book surcenso of sorrow sorrow for the Ijjst Lenore 1 or the rare nnd radiant maiden whom tho nn- gels limned Ignore Nameless hero foreter more. a' i1,rt,i!r.lYtrrl'U,,''r' w,th ",a"y In "''la stately Itnten of the saintly Notlhe least obedience made he: not n mo ,,. . '."iV1" f-tPI'l or Ktiti c.l he; Hut with ineln of lord ami lady, perched above )n chamber door '"'ctee'r'd'oo?-' I'ftl,'", JU,t u,""e ,n Perilled nnd sat nnd nothing more. TI'C'" nVt oSsmungblri1 ,'ctf"lll" "-" siul '-cy By the grave nnd item decorum of tho counte nance tt wore, Though thy crest bo shorn nnd shaten. thou. I said, 'art sure no cratcn,' ' Ghasll.t,griiii,niid miclcnt Ruten, wandering from the nightly shore " ."k "pi',;!,11;1,1 V,j, lon"J' "U1" ' " l night's Plutonian shore G uotli (ho Itattn, 'Never more.' TropllCtI'.uill, thing of etll-prophet still, If bhdurdctll! whether tempter sent, or whether tempest tossed thee hero ashore, Desolate, jet all undaunted, on this desert land On this home by horror haunted tell me truly. 1 lmnlnrc Is there fs there balm In (Ulead' tell me tell me 1 Implore! (juoth the Raven, 'Neter more.' ProphetjjsaldJ, qhliWof o ll-prophet still, If UyUialheaien tn'at bends above us by that God wo both iidoie Tell this soul with sorrow laden, If within the distant Aldeu, It shall clasp n sainted maiden, whom tlio an gels mimed U-nore ' (juuth the ltatcn, 'Neter more.' 'Hi! that word our -sign of parting, bird or llend' I shrieked, upstarting Got theo back Into tho temiiest nnd tho night's Plutonian shore! Lcavo no black plume ns n token ot that He thy Soul has SHikenl Leate my loudness unbroken-null the bust nbove my door. , Take thy beak fromoul my heart, and take (In form oir ;nv jjixir." iiuoth the Raten, 'Neter more. Kdgiir Allen Poe once more fell in love, at least so lie said. His hand was offered to a literary lady of brilliant talents and spotless name, and, hating been accepted it wiu announced that tho marriage would soon tnke place. Jt was or this lady lie wrote thu following lines: "Clad all In white, iqioii a violet bank I saw thee half leellnliig; while the moon 1 ell on the upturned fni es of the roses. Ami on thine own upturned alas In sorrow! 'Was It not l-'nte that on this .lulj midnight W us It not I-ute (whose iiunie was also sorrow) I hat budo me pause before that garden gate, lo brentbo tho Iiicciimj ot those slumbering roses?' No footsteps stirred; tho baled world nil slept, Sat o only thee mid me. I paused I liKikVd And In nn Instant all things disappeared. (Ah, bear In mind this garden was enchanted 1) Hio iK-arly lustre or tho moon went out; The iiiossj banks and the meandering pulhs, The happy ilmters ami repining trees, Vt ere seen no more; the u-ry ruses' (slurs iFi.-u in informs in tno aiding airs, All -all eplrisifc-hee sutu less than thee "5m "gin in who etes k-""' ..... nil' Slilll III tlilhn n,airr.l i.w.u I s.tv but them Ihey were Iho wttlil to me. s.tw but them saw unit- litem fnrlimtru Saw only lliem unlit tlio moon went noun, w hat wild heart histories seems to He i-uwrll-ten 1'pon those rrystallne, celestial spheres! ' Hun- dark a wis'! jet how sublime a hope! How silently serene, a sea ot pi tde! Hon- daring an ambition! yet how deeii How fathomless a capacity fur tote! Hut they were never mauled, for on the night beriuu the bridal he went to the house of lus betrothed in such a state of wild and savage drunkenness that he was given in the custody of the police! lie pursued his evil courses until, ntlast, lie was destitute of money, food, home, and almost naked. At Richmond he join ed a "Temperance society," but did not keep Ids pledge. lie was on his way to Xetv Y'ork when his final debauch came. His biographer thus describes his fearful end. 'Ai i iving in Haltimoie, be gave ids trunk to a poi ter, with directions to convey it to the cars which wero to leave in an hour or two for Philadelphia, and went into a tav ern to obtain some refreshments. Here he met acquaintances, who invited him to drink; all bis resolutions and duties weiesoon forgotten- in a few hours he was in such a state as is commonly induced only by long, continued intoxication. Af ter a night of insanity and exposure, ho was cairied to a hospital; and there, on the evening of Sunday, thu 7th of Octolier, 18 ID, he died at the age of thirty-eight.' Such tins the death of a genius who might hate lived a glorious life and illum ined the world witli the productions of his gieat mind, but whom wino involved in awful ruin and whoso name is now a bye wind anil a reproach. Let young men avoid the claret-jug and the champagne cup, the brandy-Husk and the glass of bitter beer. Faithful and heroic abstinence from all intoxicating drinks will save them from tlio terrible fate of Kdgar Allen Poe. A Hit lliat 3IU)- Com Two l'llillldi-l-liliillllN lliclr I, lies Ilescelultllir H-'ullv ami IluplilM lu ii f'niioe. ItusiiKiLi., Pa., Apiil 2. Htishkill creek is one of tlio most rapid streams in tills State. It empties into tlio Delaware river at this place. Hettt ecu its mouth and Heater creek, a tributary, there are several high falls. Otis' H.irrens Kails arc 70 feet high, Reseca Palls 70, CiKilliaugh's Falls over BO, other falls are from 20 to UO feet high. The water falls over almost perpen dicular rocks, In some places the water In Hiisbklll rushes between high walls of perpendicular rocks, 20 feet high, at u rate of a mile a minute. The distance from Heaver eu ek to the Hclaw are 1. almost thirty miles, through a wild and almost primitlto wilderness, A w ager lias been made by Mr. W. Joyce and Mr. Silas (3111 of Philadelphia, who make occasional llshlng and hunting excur sions to Pike county, that they w ill go from the mouth of Heaver creek to tho Delaware rlter in an ordinary canoe. Tlio lict Is I? 1, 000, which lias been taken by parties in Philadelphia. Tlio trip is to be attempted some time in June. A large sum of money lias been staked on the result. Tills perilous and fool hardy enterprise Is not without a luccedent. lii June, 18011, Joslah Dtish of Northampton county ami John M. Troch of Monroe county, one mi old and experienced hunter, and the other a returned Culifornian, made tlio trip in tlio manner tho Philadelphia men promise. Messrs. Hush and Troch descended the stream In their canoe, but was gone so long that it lK'gan to lie feaied they hail been dashed to pieces. A searching party wero aliont to be organized to look for their bodies, when they made, their aiipearanoc In safety, They said that nothing would Induce them to repeat tho hazardous ex periment. A wofrt.m named Wade slot's horses at Fort Scott, Kan., whilMAisband plays lUIIIUIOS lllOUIIIt UIU I fA hoi-so-car diivculp C'Vago gave a penny over to twent "lill'eicnt passengers, to try their honesty .'nml nineteen of them kept tho money, w Idle the other one swore that four cents more were due lilm. A writer hi Scribner's relates that on a certain evening, when unable to arouse his household by tho ringing of tho door bell, a policeman suggested the expedient of Knocking a brick gently against tho outer wail, nnd that tho dull, drum-like booming which resulted, quickly secured for him an entrance to his domicile. PKIOE THREE CENTS. U.MMlt,IM,i:i) S I DII!. rcul Nniitv Hurricane out vm Thrilling Hiclituiito, Tlio storm came on, the lllth, as sudden ly ns tho great hurricane of January. Tlio sky grew pale, then darkened to nn omi nous yellowish gray. The rnlti grew cold er, then turned to sleet, then to snow, which fell lightly till noon. Then tho wind strengthened and shifted; by one o'clock it was blowing half a gale from the north west; half an hour laterlt wasaliitriicane, blowing from the north. As the wind grew stronger, the air Ik came black w itii snow. I sav "black" ad visedly, for no other word will adequately express the Impression left by that storm. 1 he heavens were still a dome arched Upon the reeling ring of the horizon, but the canopy was no longer of steely blue nnd silver. , It was a sky of tea-lead, bounded, when one caught a glimpse of it, by a livid ring. In the midst was an unnatural smear of nebulous, white light. That was the sun. Tho snow no longer fell in Hakes. Iho little needles, which ut first had been driven tingling against the 'ace nnd tink lug uralnst the glass, had given place to large, blotchy Hakes, which were not too heavy to lie driven before the wind. Hut these, in turn, had yielded to such gigantic splaslies of snotv as may fall in the lealm of Hrobdlngang. They were irregular wreaths, patches and aggregations of snow, which could bo fairly likened to nothing so much as an atmosphere full of white lints and cotton wool. These great winding sheets of snow were taken by the wiml, which was blowing, at the lowest estimate, seventy miles an hour, sometimes attaining a velocity of 100 miles. At midday it was dark as Hgypt. The few people who were caught out of doors groped and guessed their dlllleult way The man who held out his hand could not see It at the length of his own arm. Huild lugs were Invisible till one ran against them, and looking up saw a graver shadow in the gray storm. The scene, however, which challenged and compelled more imperatively than any other, the observation of the correspondent, was that of tlio camp where the cavalrv had just begun to establish themselves, having arrived on their wav to the plains, where they are to protect tfie working par ties on the Northern Pacific Railroad. The camp arrangements had not been nearly completed, when the storm burst upon the canvas Hty ami in a moment reproduced in miniature tlio ictieal from Moscow. Those skty-slx bouts of storm, of sun less day, starless night, nothing but driving snow and howling wind, wei'e as long as ages. Those who had at Hist realized the danger of the hurricane, whose horses Wl.rt. stabled mid who had sccuied piivate quar ters, could form no idea of what their comrades endured. The total loss of the horses will probably foot up to 100 head. Hut for tlio good tortune by which General Custar obtained a large stone store wherein he stabled :!00 of the horses, his command would hate been cntiuiv dis mounted. The men suffered ns severely. The tents were all blown down and torn, so that they wero without shelter, nml food they had none. It seemed impossible to stay in the camp in that hurricane ; to leave the camp was certain death. Some of tlio men did not realize this, ami undertook to reach the city trusting to the wind to guide them, ignorant that the wind bad shitted threacheroiisly and now blew from the north. What became of these men, or how many of them there were who thus surrendered tlicir one chance of life, it is as yet Impossible to say. The im,-tcr-till shows that many aie missing. Of tlio uxtent'of the storm in this tliinlv- .setllcd ncighhoilKKxl and its effects in so far as loss of life is concerned it will lie Impossible to say for weeks. All agree that such a storn) was never before seen on the Missouri. (Seneral Ciwtar's long expe rience on the plains falls to record a huiii caneof such Uolence. Yankton, Dakota, Corretpondence (April 18) A". V. World. JIISOi:i,I,A.Y. A clock at Knowille, la., han't'lot an hour since 1814. Habit, if not resisted, soon becomes ne cessity. St. AuguMne. The new dictionary will define delirium tremens as a tight lit. An eatly spring jumping out of bed at C o'clock in the morning. Every day should lie distinguished by at least ono particular act of love. Latatcr. Why is nature like a baby? Hecause there is generally a squall when its face is washed. One of our bachelor friends supposes a lady's bridal day is that on which she takes the rein. A French doctor has announced the dis covery of a safeguard egalnst hydrophobia. It is a ladder. Liberty must be a mighty thing ; for by it Ood punishes and 'rewards nations. -Mute. Sireteldne, A Massachusetts school-teacher has struck the thing at last. He makes unruly boys turn a grindstone one thousand times, while another boy bears on witli n stick of wood. Texas liabich wl 10 don't take castor oil readily, have their jaws pried open with the shears. One was killed that way at Houston, tho other day. Mrs. Harriet Hccciier Ston e, has bought a brick cottage on Forrest St. near Farm ington avenue in Hartford, which U to bo her permanent residence. A party of "young ladies" was recently dispersed by the police at Springfield, Mass., for distill bhig a newly married couple with a tin-pan serenade. Fou du Lac, Wis., reports the discovery of another miraculous well, the water from which instantly converts a piece of soil iron into a permanent magnet. A dry-goods dealer of Amciicus, (la., availed himself of tho recent hanging of a criminal to imiirotise an auction sale among tho crowd assembled lu tlio public square. The general topic of conversation nt Little Rock, Ark., nt present is the ills cowry of a valuablo silver mine just out side of that city. On rcmoting the lxidv of John Sallio from a cemetery at Virginia, Cass County, 111., last week, u bull snake, four feet long was found In the boy. containing the cof. tin. A communication has recently appealed in the Manchester Lug. Kntminer, from a smoker who "has read with Interest the various letters which hate appeared in that Journal on tlio tobacco question." Thbt gentleman, It seems, never knew a day's health until he took to smoking. LTp to tho ago of twenty lie never smoked, but ho was always sickly, and during tho winter mouths was much tumbled witli alfeetlons of the chest. Fortunately for him, at that age, on the recommendation, ho alleges, of "no less an authority than Prof. Huxley, ho "began tho use of mild tobacco." and 'from that day forward he has enjoyed good health; is no longer troubled with his cough In winter, nor, although ho Is of delicuto constitution, has his memory or sight Ik-cii in any way hnpahed by thu new course. A short time ago, however, "ho foolishly gave Ui tho habit of smoking," for tho sake ot experiment, and denied himself the uso of tobacco for two or three weeks. Tho consequences were most seri ous. All his ow n symptoms returned, and his cough liecame again so exceedingly vio lent that It neatly turucd1i bronchitis. On resuming his pipe, Iho affection Immedi ately subsided, tuul ho now smokes from : sense of duty, "medicinally, and as a preventive." i ( lenoz