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An eM man sits In a worn arm-chair. White as cm t to Ms thin, ton hstr. hrnnd Ws riieek by toe and care. And baet and forth i: sways ; There's far-awav look in sua dim. dun eye Which ttiioftliiBU of the lon'-one-liy. Ter be sit" otm more 'dcjUi a cloudiest ifc) . And in childhood merrily plays. U e rests Ms eheeV on tae head of his cane. And happily STallrfrg dream over a;aro or tbat borne, the croak, tie meadow, the lane Dreams all with a vision dear : Then crOatnood yields unto manhood's P". And he leeks once more to sue bright, brtet race. And dawn in the I tarry eyes he can trace A leve remembered and dear. Then he wakes and lidu " It seemsbut a dream. That come: to me now like a -olden ft" Or thesuimmerinj hiw of the sun's last Mim, But til pleasant to think it oW That youth was to rweet. but now is I"-1-Tbse 4i vi f tore w ere u precJow tjait. Jiat over leaner taerr pressure. . And I am Etanny the snore. He it ?la4to: on tabu little boat. O'er tie cabs. Kill watar they peacefully Beat, But echo Sail oft oriufi a weltiMwr 1 note Fzwm ta laad be has Ml ketone. Dot tune will row back tor htm no mare, And be rijor away to tbat atbtr ahore. And knowVwbon the royareof life thaB be o'er That bis dream beyond be wW ftnd. The seeds o: vouth which in youth we sow. Aaewn turoujli the lalaa ot tbe latere will grow And abed on are taatici zkrw. As tee come in asasaury'i aiaa Loved rant wi'.i oome to dttaamr ngnt . bweet wordf w.U eeao in ua?-urearai bnebt, ral circle old are wrtb teetr teales of lirnt As tbey miAsle ha beautifej dreams. LITKIlAlir SOTE4. It is- whispered hi Jherary circles tbat ilr. Cariyle's worts trill shortly be tiun- latad into English. It is said tbat tbe a4ewn. Appletoc pu Julian IlSTrt borne 3,000 for hi- novel " BreHeuit," now tbe leadic- Beriai of Ap- vleton's Journal. A new edition of tbe American Cyclopae dia, to be published by Appl'tun A LV, liu.- been in nroxrro for leteral month- under tbe raiwrvwon if the former editor-, (ijorgf Kipley and Cliaries- A. Dana, agisted 1 Robert Cnrter. iaf o! Appielim'y Jmma. It ii- raid tjat two ear more will be re quired for it- complftion. The current edi ti hi era- tni-lied -.'Uie fifteen year ajro. and ti.f addition- to It- made will include everj lbiii of ii.t-ren. d,mn to tbe preent tuiie Tiie former editi 'ti timugli the authorship alone cont 4ifl'fll1 a- er profitable the publisher-, netting them 1.500.000. U aaid, aijore cxiieiiso. It alc ieldcd an income of j.000 apiece u tin- editon-. Joh Rillino i- scttine nil a ho ik o! "40 pare with 100 illustratiom- by Nas; The Atlanta Hrraltl welcome- a (ieorg poet, from whom it ha- just reveired hatHHosae little volume of poem-. nt flirt inc on the irreat wave- of literature front hsKTirgin pen. The demerits of the book. it smyc, " though giarrng, arc some ha nullified b a tender vein of talent that runs through its page " Loret of iKietn and of Iante will lie pleased to learn that lr T. W J'arsons ha- nearly completed his translation of the I'ur- gatorio, and tbe work will, probably, be published in Autumn. His translation of the Inferno, it will be remembered, was pub lished in 19(77 Ilr. Parsons ha- just pub Iisiied a li 1 k of poems in London, where, it Mseni-, bis poetry it more lavorabiy regard ed than in his own country . Mrs. Julia C. R. Dorr't. last novel. " Ex piation," i- meeting with a large sale, we areniad to learn, and is tot favorahh no ticed hj the critical pre, of the country Mr- Dorr't latest book, entitled Bride and Bridegroom," i made op of a series of eais, ir, the form of letters to a new mar ried c tuple, which are entertaining and in- sruc:ive. and are written in Mrs. Dorr! uttual good taste. A KuHsiao journal, not long since, in ? leaking of Henri Taine. the renowed rench critic, confounded bun with Mark Twain." and mentioned his " Innocents Abroau a.- in an entirely different vein from hi- other works, and likelv to ive him a high reputation a one of the clever est humorist t- 01 trie continent. ' Eaiilie." tbe sequel to Mr. Richard h KiuiluiHV somewhat famou- novel of " 5t Leger," is In press by Carleton. Dr. G. Naphegyi, already known as the author of works of travel, has irj pre-e at Carleton's an illustrated volunit . the fruit of a recent trip. ' Pictures in Centra! and Sooth America." 11 n. t. . aqnier. 01 rran Lie-lie .-. n- nnocrstood to be engaged on a work of care ful research and tuC information about Bolivia. Tbeupkile Gauisr."s fine poems. " Emer alds and Uaraeofc," are to lie translated (if that be possible) into English, and printed n iturjcrts is rot Hers. Dickens is to be done into Welsh We are glad to be able to sat tbat lo.'lOO enpie- nave been sold of Cnarles Dudlev Hamer'- deliiibtful uulmer m a Oar- den," and "7.000 copies of the same author's ' Backlog Studies." and e,U00 of bis ' Sauntering-." In the latter book the London spectator finds tbe following qual: ties Cleverness, subtlety, humoT, refine xaent, lreshness and pathos But " uho reads ai. American book ? ' Shcpard & Gill of Boston announce for publication. Lire in Danbury. by J. M iiailev, J be ifanburv .veir. Man. con taining tbe best of the humorous articles that have attracted so much attention to the Jvckw during the past three vears, tt. gether with new sketches now first publish ed. It will lie issued at once. A life of that eminent leader of eduea tion. Mrs. Emnji Wiliard, who commenced her lite work in ermont. bv her son. John Wiliard. edited by Dr. John Lord. L- forth coming !rom the Appletons' pres. " Set -y and I are out." 1- poem of some eelebritv, which tbe appreciative public bare hitherto credited to a Michigan poet, win- ho recently acquired some celebrity as its author and as the author of a half-s-ore of other poems of a similar character But Mrs. N -1:. Emerson claims the paterain of " Betsey and I, " having, a- she alleges, written it in 1SD. and presented manuscript copies there)! to several 01 her mends. A1 proof of her right to it, she lias embodied it in A Thanksgiving bton . i-sned by (i. W. Carleton 4; Co. i;i.i:a:vi:;s,. Ijwn emplovs 15,1)13 teachers. 9,305 of whwiii are women. A California widower sold hi- yoi daughter to an organ-grinder. Thirty-rue new steamships will nl be tween New York and European ports, this husaiaer. Dr. lUmsuii of Columbia. S. C. is the enemy of babie-with mortuary inclinations. An infant daughter of Mr. Shcpard died re cently, of whooping cough, and half an hour alter Ih- H. applied a galvanic battery and restored it to life, but the baby wasn't to tie bluffed and popped off again, nine days after; again tlie battery thwarted its designs, but Is hours after this last resus citation it died finally and triunipbantiY. A " gentleman 01' veracity" vouches for te Uiry . A reg'trr built" vampire came on hoard the stearaship Nevada, somewhere on the Pacffic. and a daring sailor bagged him. He is said to resemble a pterodactyl, but that is rather indefinite, as no pterodactyls hare been observed about here, for several season-. It is more tisfactory to leam bet it elo-ely resembles a hhack-and-tan terrier dig, ith wings stretching three or four feet Irom tip to tip, and teeth half an inch long, with the use of which it seemed quite familiar. It roented all attempts at laaiiiiartty . and is supposed b he a full-ringed vampire, of the species that put a man to sleep with their wings and then suck his heart's blood. A li n tamer at Turin has been in the liabit ol entering a den populated with hens, lirs. itses -and other gentle playmates, t-ikiitg wit! hint a lamb, which he not only made io lie down with tbe lion, but actually put the little innocent's bead in the mon s:c '- mouth, but tbe liou. on thinking it ".u. (-.included that it wa- onh a sham uiii.eiouii-. alter all, real one wasn't due, nn-i is- t'ie other day there wasa supprcss eu 1 tt. a - ruuchiiig sound, and the royal uh . Linl was enjoying a lunch of oung tuuii in. rare, without grarv, and nothing but . 11M.S erly retreat saved" tbe tamer from fan !-.on the neit noothful. T. e eTM-utiV mansion at Jefferson City, theupitnl of Mis-ouri, is a vast depisitory nf el.n trii-i. . an immen-e Leyden jar in fnrt. ! a vitt.ir tiiuciies bis fingertoa doer krn.1. r a pi.-ture frame, a spark and shock eu-ue and stmnrers are uften sar pr'isM bj tbe -torm ol electrical sjiarks that stream irom their leet tbey pass over the carpet'. Tne governor's family got a little tired of liaving so much ol the stnff around and sanimotied a scientist," the other day, to look into the matter, and he lsof tbeopiiiii.n that the mansion is built uwn an immene loadstone, which gene rates thisdectricity. A steer with no hair on, and a tail resem bling a black snake whip, occupies n stall at Woodward Gardens, San Francisco. The papers call him one or the ' attractions." Mr. Leslie, a liquor-dealer in Peoria. 111. died, recently, and his wife procured for him a Tery expensrre cofEn. The ReT. Mr. 1'ro lell, the Methodist minister, in alluding to his death at a temperance meeting, said that coffin was "purchased with tears and groans of idrunkaros' families.' This was too much to .stand, eren from a nun of the cloth, bo the widow gave him a horsc-whip. ping, which farjushed Peoria withafiie susa. A Rnssian baron. Von Nct-ct. mtv a rair htVt vear, and fell Tery much in love with one of tliem . They are mulatto girls, join ed together like the real Siamese feiiows, and are on the whole repulsive, but the baron wa? so infatuated that he overlooked all blemishes, made presents to the one he favored he was indifferent to the other and got an engagement for them to exhibit them-elTcs at Vienna. They rode out in his carriage, and he has disgusted hi? friends by proclaiming his intention of marrying bait of the twin exhibition. An Arkansas huntsman named Seliers re proved his dog, for somernisdemcanor. with the batt of his gnn, and the double load of buckshot that was deposited in his stomach proved too much for his digestion. An old codger in HodgenTille, Ky., climb ed a tree, tied a grape-vine around his neck and to a limb, and then jumped. It fixed him. The jury in the case of Jennie Daily, the nnn of the Iniliarrarjoli courtesans, sat nil night befrc agreeing that the woman kept an objectionable hoose and should be fined A5. The smallne of the fine was pro- loeGiisiices.oiiires - 1 bably in coneidenition of her poverty, as ' 1 .t -1 . oin nnn she is only worth about $10,000. London is to have a daily Chinese paper Tbe Jap hare already got theirs in opera tion. The Debel Assanll on the Itft Centre at Gettjs ban:. Perhaps the most spirited passage in Gen Devens' nnc address at the reunion of the Armv of the Potomac was the followin; describing tne great assault and repulse of the third da of the battle ol Oettysbnrg : 1 .,Tnmtratiniran immense mass of artil lery, not 'ess than 150 sans, along his front, the confederate commander strives first to shake tbe morale of tbe federal troops, whose firmness and eotmge he clear !t dues not despise, in order that his in- tantry columns may more reauiiy uo im m cisive work he had in store for them. From eight gun posted upon Cemetery hill and ridge', our batteries make stern reply, and an artillery conflict of unexampled fury rage- from ridge to ridge and over the Tai lc of death that lies between. Sheltering tiiemselvc- as well as the- can by such rude breastwork- as tbey have from tbe terrific storm of shot and shell which fills the air, and with its tumult could wtrke theTery dead amonir whom their lines are drawn were the sensible to mortal sounds, our troops await the momenwustruggle which 1- comintr. for the mighty roar is but tbe overt ore and prelude ton mightier drama. For two honr- the tempest exratiniME. Hunt, our prudent chief of artillery, to wards the end slackens his fire tbat the am munition may not fail, when tbe infantry attempt to ciosv he Knows that he shall neea it ah. and hi.-wisdom i-well rewarded after-waro-. Hancock, who commands the left centre, his own corps being imzoediately under Gibbon, knows that soznewhexe on him tbe storm is to break, and rides along his whole line seeing that all is prepared, and rousing hi- men by bis ardent words and magnetic presence to the hot work that is before them. And now there is a momentary lull in the fire of the confederate line : all know it as the lull which precedes the wildest roar of the tempest and that for a few moments their batteries cannot fire because their infantry are moving. Out 01 the wooaea crests which have shielded them on Seminary Ridfe, they are coming now in number nearly or unite eighteen thousand men. From the edge of the wood Longstreet di rects the assault and anxiously Lee watches the result. Pickett's division, about 5,000 or 0.000 strong, is the directing force. Upon the right it is supported by Wilcox and Perry from Hill's corps. Cpon the left Ileth's division of Hill's corps, commanded by Pettigrew, forms a portion of the as saulting lines, and is strengthened by two brigade- from Pender's division of the same corp-. tin Pickett, however, the greatest reliance 1- piaced. Let him but reach our line with adequate momentum and they feel that tilt dri is theirs Tbe man ot this division have not yet fought in the battle and fee. that they- have been kept for its very crisi- . they are resolved npon their work, for they know that tbe eyes of both armie- are upon them. Vtrjrinians all ; alas, that tlie -rate so honored in the Union as to lie termrii the mother of its Presidents should send 1 irth so gallant a body of her sons in the mud and wicked effort to destroy it ' C inspieuoas in the front as tbey move into tlie mure open ground is Pickett him self, careful. forming his lines, and almost immediate: the come under the fire of our batteries, yet steadily tier move through the vallev with a courage that in a good cause should command the admiration of the world. There is no rushing or tumult. for they are old troop- and know well the vaiue of dusciniine and that tbey must keep their formations or they will be driven a- a mob would be driven from tbe front ol the army of the Potomac. They cluseut' their rants, too. as tbe shot and spherical case come plunging thro or ii tlieir lines, lor tney nave oitcn tooaeu oeiure upon the sight of blood. The lines of Pettnrrew. more exposed by the open character of the ground, waver soon under the terrific cannonade, for Hunt, economi cal a httle while ago, is liberal enough everywhere now . and arc broken on their ieft while the risht still cling- firmly to the directing force. Toe sjpporting columns fail to advanct in sca-jn and with vigor, and Pickett's division must do the work final! almost alone, if it may. Already it i- within the musketry nre ol our troops but yet they withuld it. Many of our guns have now exhausted their canister and are drawn back to await tae struggle of the in fantry, but still the -tout army lets its op ponents come. The Vermont brigade. 1st corps, thrown forward upon izsibmk. is the first to open, bot the coiarun still pres-es It emounter- now the 3d corpa, and as it receive- a terrific fire from the divisions of Gibbon and Havs. it returns it with des perate energ , and rushing fiercely onwards strikes with its fullest force upon the front of Webb'.- brigade, pressing back our line trom tbe stone wall which had covered it to the cre-t immediately behind, where the gallant Webb, assisted by Hall, soon re stores order Already their battle flags are on tbe low stonewall : already Armistead, who leads, as he stands npon it, waves his troops forward to their last great strucirle. The hour for the armv of tbe Potomac has come. Up now, men of !sew England, and how yourselves in the field tbe same stout defender- of the constitution and the Lnion that vmr statesmen have ever done in the loruni ' l'p. men of tbe middle states, upon whose soil this unholy attempt to strike at the keystone of the arch is made ' I p, men of the west, whose fortunes have so long been cast with this eastern army, that you may bear back be yond the mountains the tidings of the great victor- won to-da on the Atlantic slope Lp. true men of tie south, few thonch vou are m numbers, wruo lurht in onr ranks to day ' Hancock and Gibbon, woanded.have both fallen now. hut there is no need for anyone to echo the order of the duke at Waterloo, to call or command, for now the left centre, as if b a common impulse and instinct, throws itself .upon the foe. Tbe point penetrated by the enemy is covered by some regiments, while others change their fronts. 1 as to strike them on the flank. There is confusion, organization is to some extent lost in both brigades and regiments, but all understand what is to be done, and are resolute. It is tbe stem confusion of tbe onset, and not the wretched (tumult of disaster As the long wave frl fire hursts regiments are advanced to meet the battle flags of tbe foe. Firmly on our men come, ofiwers animating by their example, at least when they caDrie-ttflrcetbytbeir command-, for we stand no longer on the defensive, but take the offensive now. Before that deter mined front and concentrated fire, what lirave but erring and misguided men could their men did. Killed or mortally wounded tlieir brigadiers fall, their lines waver, yield, and break at last, and while a few wild, disorganized mas-es struggle to reach tbe confederate line from which they lued so proudly an hour before, the army of the Potomac gathers up the prisoners by thousands and their battle flags in sheaves. and kinws that Gettysburg is won. ovcu Tin: L-s-icr:. The law firm of AValdo, Tobv & Iteckvritli, of Port Henry has Deen dissolved, Jlr. Eeekvrith retirinr; from tho firm. He is to open a law ofhee ot I'ort Henry. The next annual fair of the Essex County Agricultural Society will lie held at West port, Sept. '.mi, 10th and 11th. I'latLsburr; is in debt actually and condi tionally $720j,(JOO, having already paid over 2t0(10 on the railroad bonds issued to build tlie road to Point of Hocks. The indebted new of the town is more than 11 per cent, of tbe assessed value of the real and per sonal property or the whole town. Itat the village roust pay nlmut two-thirds of the whole indebtedness of the town and the SlSOjOOO debt for the water works, making the village indebtedness and liability -oner iK per cent, of the assessed value of the village. The quantity of freight shipped to Port Henry since the opening of navigation is unprecedented in the history of the place, and so heavily laden are the boats that they arrive behind their regular time. II. R. Campbell and Mark "Williams, mi ners, were seriously injured at Hammond's mine, Crow-n Point, on Saturday last. Thev were drilling out a hole that had missed fire, when it exploded. Williams lost a hand and probably one eve, besides other injuries. Campbell, besides a severe hnrt in one leg, was seriously injured about the Ses, and was brought to Rutland and . iced under the care of Dr. S. W. Smyth. Gzx. Devexs. The favorable impression, which Gen. Devens's addresses and presence made upon the retired soldiers at their to onion in New Haven, last week, fonnd a national result in his choice as romxnander-in-chi:f of their crganiration of the Grand Army of the Republic, in succession to Gen. Bcrnsidt. He fills oiie't ideal of tha tatle-'' j man voldier, anil ifthe organization is made nn nne uM.finn:il -mnfinness. or anV nani- an purpose, daring the neit year, it will be in stiitc of his oample and against his counsel His associate -volunteers and fel low citizens of Worcester offered their con gratulations npon the cpmpliment of his election in a popular gathering, with sere nade and speech, on Saturday night, to which he replied with that felicity of thought and sound, which he allows the public only too rarely to enjoy. Spnnafida Ilrpitbhcan. Ifttrrfron California. We are permitted to publish the follow ing interesting eitracLs'from n letter of our former townsman U.L.Story (now sojourn ing in California for hi health) to his father-in-law,Pea. E. A- Fuller of this city. Wc are glad to know that Mr. Story'shealth is greatly improved. TIH O.IHATE. S.citAirESTo. May 5th. T r.inml thn isarnev from Chicarro. in- i - , - : , - . . ' - , , stead 01 a long, lonesome riue, a very ant one It vrns Terv cold weather all the wavthrouirh. The last morning we were in & region where the thermometer marked 3 below Jeiore noon we emereu snrcu fields where " perpetual summer reigns." Tbe change was so sudden and so great that it seemed to me that it could not last, but it hat lasted. I have seen a white frost twice since I came here, but norain. Steady, calm, sunny days with moonlight or star light nights follow each other in continu ous succession. The atmosphere is dry and pure. Colds, pneumonia, ic., are unknown, or any other disease common in the East caused by climatic changes. AX OLD BtTELLXGTOX BOY. I found onr old friend Hopkins at the denot on my arrival. He is doing the rroitest nart of the book, stationery and news business of this city, which is, of course, very large. He hasfive clerks in his emnlov and thev are all always busy. His sasms nmntmt to several hundred dollars daili in rrold. Profits lnrrxe of course Re mained here a few days and then went to SAX FEAXCISCO, which is a big city and fully as wicked as Chicago, considering its size and opportu nities. It is bnHt on rough, hilly ground and Tvresenta a very nrettv nicture from the bay which we are obliged to cross in a fer ryboat. I took tbe steamer here for SAXTA BAEBAKA. a young city which is getting to be a famous resort for invalids, lying on the sonthcrn coast about 350 miles from San Francisco. After being out on the ocean a few hours I began tone strongly reminded of a certain Lake Michigan trip. In fact, I vied with tlie other passengers in my efforts to part with my breakfast. Thirty-two hours took us to banta Barbara. We were in sight of tbe coast all of the way. the view of which from tbe steamer is magnificent. Santa Barbara I found to be a perfect little seal of a place. It is situated in a little valley slomnir down to the ocean, very much like Burlington in that respect, but four or five miles hack rise up tbe grand and precipitin- coast range of mountains to a heieht of three and four thousand feet. On the two other sides high hills enclo-e the town . looking oceanward are tbe santa Rosa and Santa Cruz islands, with high mountain peaks, about twenty miles away These islands fully break the ocean winds making a fine harbor. At tbe rear of the cm on the high incline stands the old FrancL-can mission that gave tbe town ib- name It looks like some fairy castle in the distance, and at a near approach I wa astonished to see what a vast amount 01 labor must have been expended on it when constructed. It was built by the old Fran ciscan mocks a century since. Construc ted of solid hewn stone, some three hun dreu feet lone bv one hundred wide, one side of which is ornamented by a series of rnagnincent stone archways running the whole distance. A great bell tower stands on one comer with what was once a chime of balls, three of which remain hanging The remains of immense water reservoirs, aqueducts, fountains, etc.. are everywhere to be seen, also tbe ernmblinx walls of tbe old adobe aoases formerly occupied by the converted and semi-civilized Indians are scattered about in profusion. In my travels since, I have frequently encountered many other similar ruins of old missions, scatter ed all over the irate. What an amount of religious enthusiasm these old Spaniards must have been endowed with, to go at tbat earK day among tbe wild, tierce tribes of an unknown distant land and spend their lives in toil and hardship, unheard ol and forgotten by all tbe rest of manknd. I consider these missions and their histories tbe most interesting of anything to be seen here. I was in anta Barbara and its vieinity over a month, the climate 1- as near per- feet there. I think, as it can be made. There was so little change in tbe climate tbat wt were usually obliged to consult the ther mometer to detect it. Tbe average was Gb in the shade, at 2 p. m., daring March, and it varied but little from tbat average tbe year round. During the winter months they have rains occasionally, about as fre quently as we do in the Eastern States. in tbe summer. ihey occasionally nave a sand storm. I experienced one. It came up suddenly in the evening and lasted about an hour. The wind came down from the mountains carrying sand, gravel, stones, .c., along with it . when it had spent its force it was as calm, still and beautiful a moonlight evening as I ever saw. Three Ers ago tbe town consisted of a few old nish adobe buildings, roofed with tiles, se are made of burnt clay about four feet long and eight inches wide in tbe shape of a hall cylinder. Tbey are laid on tne roof close...- together forming a series of troughs, with another set inserted over the edges of the first set. All of tbe Spanish houses and old missions are roofed in this way. There is no doubt but tbey are Jfrr proof. Chicago architects might take a lesson from them. Tbe city has now from six to seven thousand inhabitants, mostly live Yankees, and is growing very rapidly. It is undoubtedly tbe most enialand invig orating climate for consumptives in the LnitedStates. Fruit trees nave been set oat by tbe thousand all over tbe city, including orange, lemon, lime, fig, apricot, English walnnt, almond, Sx. Strawberries, pota toes, &c., can be brought to maturity any month of the year desired, but irrigation is necessary to do it ih the summer. Such is Santa ltarbara, Los Angelos and San Diego, with all the narrow strips of coun try between the mountains and tbe ocean bordering on Southern California. But when we leave this comparatively small tract ot countTj-the sceoe changes. I start ed out the first day of April on horseback for LOS AXCXLOS, one hundred and fifteen miles. 1 found a fine country most of the way. I found Los Angelos a lovely place. It is about the sue of Burlington ; situated on a plain, surrounded by immense orange, almond, olive and smlnut groves. A more beautiful sight can hardly lie found than an orange orchard, the trees loaded with ripe fruit and filled w it!, blossoms at the same time. 1 saw one orchard said to contain 1,000 trees all in liearing. The revenue derived from this orchard is very large. When I left Lss Anirelos I turned ray face north ward again and a few miles introduced me and my pony into an exceedingly barren region. Day after day we toiled on, now over nigh, barren mountains and occasion ally down into tome little crcen valley. About two hundred miles brought me into the great SAN JOAtfl IS 1 ALLET, which I traversed for many weary days. It consists of a vast sandy plain, soiree three hundred miles long by thirty to sixty wide. This valley has been considered ver3' fertile and there has been a great deal written in its favor. Nordhoff thinks it is " the gar den of California" and just the plaee for the Eastern emigrant to make his fortune and " live happy." I think but very little of it can ever .be made available for agricul tural or fruit growing purposes. The aiE culty is a want of rain or water for the purpose of irrigation.' 1 traveled forty miles in one place withont finding water. Aftefa great many weary days' travel I ar rived in tbcTicinity of ,'.TnE TOSEHITE VALLEY. No one had been into the valley this season and I was told the snow was very -deep yet, but I determined to try' if, and I "went thrgngh." I found snow drifts j)n the route, somepf them perhaps! wtinty feet deep, butrX"pjnld ride- ray horWover them, they srere go solid. I -tnirprised mine host of -the Tosemite House by riding into his front yard -the afternoon of the second day from civilization. The wonders of the Yose mite I shall not try to describe. Many a good writer has utterly failed, and it would be useless Tor me to make the atttempt. I stayed in'the valley five days, and enjoyed mysdT exceedingly. The various streams iorming the falls were very hifrh. which added much to the volume of water form ing the cataracts, that are suca a wonder ful feature of the valley. Five day's ride took me to this city, which I reached May 1st, having traveled n horseback about seven hundred miles. Finally. I think California is overrated as an agricultural country, take, it as a whole, but still there are large 'Motions of the State, that arc the finest in the world ibr that purpose. THE CRATES 'OF CALIrOEXlA I have not spoken of. They seem' to be indigenous to the country and will grow anywhere to great perfection, where any green thingTcan grow, and grape and wine frrowing'will likely become the chief fea ture of agriculture at no distant day. The climate oi sou mem uantornia is almost per fection and it is almost as good here. All consumptives who came to Santa Rarbara while I was there, either imnroved, very Tapidly or dietTvery soon after their arrival. T I ... -I r i . : . , f . i i Jiuici uaiuunouaiiori.H arc yet ueiictent, out will not be long. I find several Rurlineto nians here, among them Dr. Curtis, Char ley Grcrw. Oliver Goodhue and our mutual fliiiA."L.IIobart,cil doing well. - THE BURLINGTON, VT., Ttte Sessatiox or DeowxixOi Dr. Hoff man of Dixon, 111., who was one of the Tictims of the recent bridge disaster ia that town, and was very nearly drowned, thus describes his sensations while in the water " I could feci the water rnnning down my throat and in my ears, and all at once J - 1 .1 . .1 i:i..f..l ........ ii.... Icd tobeatpeacewirheverythinrvand perfectly happy. whole life passed be- foremelikea flash of lightning, the events appearing in sequence, the most promment .gearing to 12 indelibly mind. Circumstances 1 had forgotten an- experieneeu iuc uiosv umt;inm ... peared vividly, andl did not want to be di--tnrbed. 1 should have prclerrea tore- main where I was. While in the midst of a beatific reverie, thinking what my wile l, 1 ;r 1 . 1 I I Jmi wouiauoii sue were suveu iiuujuiunw, T Mi li-inrl on my shnnlder. I was Dulled - j -- - . . out and placed 011 a rock. I was almost in- sensible, bat gradually came to myself. Oh, how sick and wretched I felt. I was great- lv astonished at the number of events that -""i.!, 1,; Ml. nnrl.r th. water. Nothing tnat oceurreddaring child hood was evident, but everything since I was about nineteen years old appeared be fore me as if photographed. The sensation I experienced ;while the water was going down my throat was not unpleasant. It seemed as if I was going on a journey, and was surrounded mnded by all kinds of beautiful things." St. Albaxs. The drainage of St. Albans is accomplished by a sluggish brook, which in wet times overflows its banks, creating an intolerable miasma, iolluting the wells nnd spreading death on all sides, yet the town endures "it all, year after year, rather than spend the 2,000 which would work the necessary improvements. W. n. H. McAllister is to deliver the oration Decoration Day, which isan excel lent selection. A yonng sun of H. E. Hickox was se riously injured, Monday afternoon, by a log rolling on him. E. C. Rycr, of Burlington, is the ar chitect of the new court house. He is to have the active supervision of the work, which will be commenced at once and pushed forward as rapidly as consistent with thoroughness and economy. It is expected that tbe building will be entire ly finished outwardly daring the present season, and its entire completion is prom ised in season for tbe September term of eoart in lb, 4. A lady was assaulted on Friday evening by an unknown man on Congress street, and but for timely assistance serious consequen ces might hare ensued. The prohibitory law has been ic force about a fortnight, and yesterday there were eighty-three prisoners in court on the charge of drunkenness, tbe largest number of such cases on any one morning for two years, the day after fourth of July and St. 1'atrict's day excepted. Itvtton Adccrlaer. 51nr adcrrliscminis. FOi: FAMILY USE. THE HALFOK 1)' i.i!iciiiti5i:siiii:e TABLE SAUCE, Tin: bit H.tircE a. i:i:i.imi maul l.-x aav iwiiT or Tin: ywiiii.h Family Use. r"LT6 io Cents HALF PUTTS ' Cents. rur Sale by all Urueers tiii: vrintAT i-ji:i.i. f AJii:itit-.. nEALTUFTL CLIMATE FREE HOMES. UUOD Tin: .AoitTiinitA pacm-ic kaii 1 : 1 1 A 1 1 open for sale Its Lands n Central and Western MhmesotA. embracing 1. The best of Wheel Laad. 2. Excellent Timber for tbe Hill, the Puna Bad the Fin. 3. Rich Pra.rie Pssteraje and ataral Meadow. Water by clear Lakes and run niaz strat-eas In a healtbAil climate where Fever and Ague is unknown. GRAIN can he shinned hence or lake to auukat as cheaply as front Eastern luwa or Central mi-i uers new run inruusn these lands man Lean saner. lor to Dakota. Price of Li&d cioe to track H-fln to 5 iM) ner acre . farther away tjlo to Iljxi. BKVKN VEAluT CREDIT Warrantee Deeds . Northern raeiacT-:ii lio.Mis, turn esllmrat par received for landat (1.10 Ki. other unoccupied lands pre sent such advantages to settlers. (ll.lillllts under the Kew Law aiarch. 1725 get leu acres FREE, near the Badnad. ! one and teru years' residence TKAAM'OItTATIO.-V AT ItlllllTllII ItATlLs furnished at all priac.ua: pumte Bast to nmvbaeers of Railroad lands, and to Settlers on Gcrcerssaeut Hoamteads. Purchaser!, their fifes and children CARRIED FREE over the Northern Pacific road. Now is the tune for Settlers and Colo nies to get Railroad Lands anil Government Home steads close to the track. Send for PAMPHLET contain n; full informal. on. map. and copy of New Homestead Law Address. LANK DEPARTMENT, NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD ST PAUL, MINN.. OR 33 FUTU AVENTE COR. Til STREET, fl'Klv V OKU June b wed.tnt.dAwer.ine4y. rtAiTorv .vii:vi:kai. i-i:itTii.izi:it aaii iiiti:ovi:i: or nsnm. Don't oonfounu Uic name with that orany spurious article forced upon the markel h; other parties. TLTIB IS THE ONLY GEXCINE MINERAL FEUTILLZKtt AND INSECT PfiBTROYEF. made in the country. It will Cnntilt-lt'ly Destroy the Iit-ccis, whieh so infest neerlv all tnein: Testation and at tho same timi- Is A I'EIITILIZEK. This article has been earafullv ami trjorouzbly tested during the past four ears li) Ins in caper, leaned urawra, gardeners, and floricnltur.su. and the numerous testimonials which bare been re ceived from these who have siren it a trial leave no doubt of its valuable properties as u fertiliser for all crops , and particularly si- an Insect Itettroyer, it bavins proved a perfect protection to rose bushes, zratie vines, fruit trees, cabbages, sonashes. and ether vines and vegetables from tho depredations efinerts and is cheaper than any ol the remedies which have been recommended for the purpose. Wbolesale anil Retail Aent. for the State of i crniout ALDERT 0 rinitCE, Burlimton Vt i. J. WALLAC11 Betnel. Vt LUUNA A- CLAKK. Brattleboro, Vt. Also fur sale by 11. II. RANKDi A CO Milton. Vt. WEsTO.N ni'UGLES. Wuiisor. Vt ARJ1S A WILL&ON Dellow Kalli.. t 0. W. ALVOKD NorthSeW. Vt To whom all orders iboold be addressed. Send far Lire lamjibltu Apr.l 3n Ilw3m PACKING BOXES, CLOTH I.OAIIDS, &c, Mannfsctnred by MATHEWS A- DAVIS, OSce foot of Slsln St.. ltCULCVKTOsr, VT. Feb S-dAwly .vtAClIIXCIlT. B. S. NICHOLS & CO. MAirrrACTC&Kxs op Board PixneTS, ShaJtinr. Water Wheels, Planin Mills baw Mill?, Grift Mill, Marble MUU. blate Mills, PaperMiUj,IlearyForsmf and Bolts for lioat and Bridges. Patent btone D: ' ;rers. Patent Hand bawi. Hone Pow er, bteam Engines, Boll en and Pumps. Iron Fence and Rail inj. Iron and Brass Casting. ALSO DCALEBS 15 .STI11M AAXI Ah riTTIlS OF ALL KINDS, leather aud lttilter, licit In;; nikI IIoe. Acrxrs roK ratcnt Steam Packing. Mone'i Twist Drills, Corliss Engines and tVorthinjton'a pijmps, PIONEER BUILDING, BURLINCTON, VT. B. S. NICnOLS, Feb 23 fdAwly F. U. COUCLN. AICBTTCIkl.i: A CO., ManntACturers of PUKE COiSFECTIOXEItr In ercry variety. Also a larje assortment ol CIGAIiS From the finest IMPORTED and DOMESTIC stock. CORNER JIAl'LE AND CHAlirLAI.V STS Sarllpstcs, Jlr f-iiwt! FEEE i-" -c gtisrtltotons. VEKMONT HORSE STOCK COMPA3sV. STALLIONS. YVOOIlBEllX WW VrverMatOnei- , $ggt$l t iftaHrV , r,fr;'btb TiOT -bvimporteir Alfred. 1' I Mdam, a ran trotun u , , wuodburn Pilot was driven on Mr. E. B. Wad worth's half mile tract, tne years old, to warm, in ij. fall after he was fire JIISMAltCK vn.it.is 1T.11.nM.nil,tnnlIl Will serve mares at One Ilnnarca lwiiars ut sea- ( r" nr m-yips lrthi.r I ".F.JXJL'JS ao not prove mioaimv mvU.;-i j Th0 23011 will oommenee AprJ 1st, anil w Jl end j the Srst of November. rttntrair. Victor VonBiimirck, tay, 13 hindr 3 inches. Br Kradyk llamMetoman f irst i dam Ilattie soou. rrj Jiarr, j.i . HambletonianCRyRlyk's) r f1 First dam Charles Kent, man, bv imported Uellfounder sec ond dam. One Eye,hT Bishop's llambleUmum. third dam. bllvertall. by imported Messenrer. Victor Von Bismarck is a bay .white hind heels, was bred by Charles Bactman, Esq., Btoney ford. nnHrAni.ir NwVork.andlsa lull brother-of his stalbon IdoL The tret of Idol, that were three years old in 1S72, show remarkable speed, but no record was obtained from the fact that those match ed received forfeit. Von Bismarck is also lull brotherto llr. Joeejih Marker's famous mare. Gaz elle, who, when seven years old, and her first sea eon on tbe turf, beat the held, comprmns Jnd-e Fnllerton, lieorre palmer, and Kosalind, at Pros pect Park, October Jd, 172 1 best time -A21. lie is also nearly tall brother, in blued, to Prospero, who trotted at Prospect Park. October lith, IS7i, as a three year old. in the exlraonLnary time f iOJ,. drawing -J73f pounds. , , v.- Vm. ll.anirsb was driven bv Carl S. Bnrr. in May, 18T2, after very bttle handling, on lus half mile Iraea. orawins i -.".. - . , ,uaius tbe last half mile tbe fastest. Many gentlemen that are considered among the best md-es of speed in the country, saw him driven last summer, and hare repeatedly stated he had shown them better than a 2J30 salt. It has been said that bis owner Intended to itive nun a public trial last fall, bat was prevented by tbe preralenee of the epizootic The public general! are net disposed to plaee much reliance on private time, therefor this bone, will be shown on Tuesdays aad Saturdays of each wee, dnriax tbe season, on the traek or the Ver mont Horse Stock Company, bbelbnrn, VL, which will give a full opportTiBtty to those prupueuag to rue tae horse, towttaeashla perfararanees. lixciiA.Mii:. Psnuuus. Gray. Foaled July 1th, 1KT. By Rysdyk's llaasbtattalao. Ham Lady bwasey, by llsrrbra Kasatdetenian. by Bishop's lieeabietesuaa, by tsaported Moseen- li.Tn ornafTis'slluabletoiuan wasa in imnorted by Israel Slaasoa. of Boston. Ear nan re will serve mares at Twenty-are IMlan to warrant. rXjATRIIMO. Pedigux. Black ; IS bands -, foaled, lata. By Mambruao Pilot, (who baa apablie record ofirt) be bv HambrinoChier (are of Led Tbern, who has a public record of .191). First easa, 31ollie fiarr -sou (now owned by the Vt. C. fi. Co.., she by Strad er'h Cassias at. Ciay (who has a pablie record of 2Jfi4. private in i-ff) by lienr Csy, (public rec ord b Andrew Jaekaoa ; hy ouag Bashaw , b imported eiraad Bashaw. Ciaybrino will stm stares at Twenty dollars Tor the season. KrarTcrifY nor. PkniGUX Black ; (baled. 1HS9. By Bv. Herr 5 liambr:n ratehen.uf Ixrartan, Kentucky . (lull brother to Lady Thorn by old ilsiuHluii Chief. Dam. Led Thorn's earn by Kane by Aeserioan Vjelipse anil he out of Miller's Damsel, best daugh ier of imnorted MiuBsiij.111. Qano's daea. Beaeev Richard. 1' S.r Arohy. her dam by Batier, son of 'mported Shark 1st Bun. Kitty Ceen, get b) look h Amenian Clay, hi !) Cassias M. Clay, Jr.. out o' s nisn; by imperteil TTessby. 1st dam by Chonster by imported ( on tract, ad, by Kr Wil liam, ol Transport, b Sir Areby. This mare was puTChaaei! b Mr. . fi. aeewiarth, from Dr. L. lterr. ofLexlagton Kentucky. Kentucky Boy will serve mans at Tea dollars for the season. YoitiENiii::i: Lisunnn. Puiisau Bay, 16 hands, foaled, 1-&J. By h A. Alexander's Lexington. 1st aaaa llymcnia. l- importeil )orkabire . M dam Little Peggy, 01 irrippie lie ni aeooe , ju ai Cook iWh i 1th dam Mary uua Peati Slew art. bv r BodlufttY by Hake of Bedford :-u. dam imnerusl aneealator Cul. 11 ...nice Dare Devil mare, b unueried Dan Devil. This norm is a full brother to ''aneeir and "Edinprioro ' and half t-rother to Verge" and "Virgil," bv Vandal. Yorkshir. Lexington wUI serve zeansat Ten Dollars lor uic It will be obeerved that the Drneten have placed the eharge of service for several of the hoi ass at nominal rates, within the reach of all. with a view of can- .n? out, if possible, the obpsst for which this rnatltntion was organised, to tat pro re the stock throughout the Bute, and raise it to a higher standard. c. 1-. ritisiiyiouiL Sheltarn. Vt., April KswSn TltOTTIAti T.tLL,IO.. IIA3IKL,ETOMA 3IOAAKCII, Foaled April 29. ISM, gat by KtsIlVK's tA-mtl.irru-MAA. dam by Bee's anbau h t'aun . blood bay. black legs with two white hina aakie. 16 hands high, will stead the season of isra at the stock farm of the subscriber. Terms. S3D. tount tl" payable at time of femoc. and $s when the mare pro res m foal. roitTisAxn, Foaled 1 -oo. got by CiAjrsos. dam Wnxian Taxx. grand-dam b old ftrrrf '1 bbwk, with white star 1 bands high, will also make the season of I al tbe stock nrrm at the the eanw raaee. Tersts to insure. Mares pastured at owner's risk at $1 per week. sr NO BTJaTNEas BBSS ON BCNDAYS. For cinrulan. giving extended pedigrees aad fall particulars, nleeae address jreTIS II. MOULTOK, May 14 wtm (Vest Randolph. Vt. nnLii'fe PATENT 31 OP IIOLDEK ! a xutv iarvirvTis.. raTBrran sat St, VBi. LI -lit. f-mple, easily adauted. It will hold the afap as In a vice, perfectly rasnwvable. no work :n ltwee. or sltpprns; to one side, ends completely erf -ens:, no ncretchmz or mamnaT of hese boards, dt ors or furniture, made of naalaaMe inaanl braes. THEV WILL LAST A LIFETIME. MBnnfaftand by . r i c l i) it it o t ii E i: s . Jaaicao. Vsaaon. For sale by all dealers. March let, 1873 dttawtf .tlll.K I'.OS. CniiiplicH's Coiiiparliiirnl I'ttii Is Acknowled-ed a Ileeidod baeeess. Patenteil in the Cnlted Stains March 1st. 1S77.. and in tbe British Province, April 1Mb. 1S73. by W O. Campbell, a practical Franklin (bounty Vt. dairy man, and the approva. wbicb it has received n-nsn the scientific and practical dairymen of this country is unqualified and untversa. Three aixes o' Pans can practically be bad in each . four nans constitute a set. and are adapted it al. seasons of the year . cooled Willi or without runnin: water tbe'most durable are neither cumbersome nor unhandy in anj respect. Mode, to n seen lor a lew days at P.. H Place' Tin Shop Essca Junct.on Vt lor further particular address or mqu n d li CAMPBELL ilitnl. aierv t'rutre Ub I u-ilUAw lw rrniont BUY liA JtTLETT'S f Manufarttm- BRISTOL Fanner? ealt on Ton" haruirare merchant fur item, uasaioses lornit-ntNi f thr trade April II wefen A, ,T. wiLiaxsox & CO. 31 BRATTLE STREET BOSTON Mannracturers' AMnta for Keystone Portable Forres nJ Blowers. Hobson'u Lboiee bteel and Wire. ThomaEtunBra-s Com pany. Welhnxton 3Iills. Emery and Cloth. JJorton A Cnshman's Chucks Mors Brill Company's Drills and Chocks. Also in stock a complete line or Hardware, Fine Tools, Mechanics and Blackfmiths' Supplies, Car vers. Cabinetmakers, Piano-lone makers. Moulders, Machinists, Blacksmiths sod Carpenters' Tools. Stubs Files Tools and Steel ire. Enrlish, French and Swiss Files, Annli, Vices, Lathes, Mitre Boxes Ac. Apri: 2-deGd4w BU V rns-g m; BEST! R&SELFRAKINCRE STYLES. SLZES it PRICES TO SUIT AaFARER& ejc-cir C-JteUsn lvwicraedlvMaa April 25 w3a XT ft -k-x.. x - Jnsnranw. -vt.- Representing the foi. w.n; IUnponslble Coirrpanlea Coiiiircticiif, ICoyal; rrimkliii. I'ctiiisyl vaiiin, American. Vt. .Tliuiial, Alj.s, 1st National. Alloiiiauia, Fame, .:iIioiial of IITtl, Triivcllcrsi Life " ' I'a., and Accident, ii? All Losses EcrTAS.r Arunrrai aad TaiD. T. 8. PECK, April 16 dJtwtf General Inamranee Agent. IXSITK INCH. The Champlain Fire Insurance Mutual Company lssu 11 Pol cie f.-r the term of Three or upon i'.t i;t.i.i Ais. A KM I"ltlCttT1 . HIM vi:i, - llxITritr Kte. rece its. I1.11 loil tho t onipany I'eriectlj S(siih1 & Koliiibli', Ami they GUAUANTKE t, .nured PERFECT tE('l BTTT. Anntieati.inH f- i:ijrsnsf for lhe nreannt w;n E W. PEChf 4 CO.. and T b PECK. A.ent. IIi.:k Collet rttreet. May lUnf 0 T -1 J G The verdict o' the BBST.ti.-.i- tut- Jieouse is tliat tm' timer to buy To- tin LFAST monei i at E. J. SHAW'S, (hX'CCEHSiil. TO oEi) A l'.ILLlNob.. ' We are openmr. tin week a complete ncli 3IE", VOITIIH HOTS SI'IT. IK GEM7TNE IMPORTEI' DIAGONALS EA8KET CLOTHS AM' TRICOTb FTSE ITUL!sn cnEYIOTS DAEIUS ( AbMMEREs. Ac. Ac The demand o.'tut -j..- - 11 nest Fsbi .e. at fair pnees. He have t'ie t'.s ani eball sel1 them LOW FDR CASH Siriits Ovitoo:iI. m Great Variety. Tin: itHotimiv sim-.i.m; hat. Ileadquartim ! liDTs IT tO.16Ul.Mi GtWlKS. At Nu MAIN ST. Apr,: aH dAwtf OPPOSITE CITY HALL. DOLLAK anisic IEOOKV. I $ $ $ f ClarU'n Dollar Insii :irlor, Fr Itcrcl OrsaiN. ClarU's Dollar ItiMrnctor, Tor I'liinororle. ;l:u U Dollar Ii:lrucIor, Tor Violin. Three rer attract ire and naefal Inrtraftion j Book , dee.jned fttr those who wish to taite a partial and ea eourne Pull o! bright poptilar muatc for prartio; the firt tw(. contain nz each aearly To tunes tsWdf exerc ne-. $ i $ $ I ! I stisai hs iaci: itsir. i.oo rr V.oi:n or Flat and Ptauo. ' f f $ $ J f $ lVimier'a. Vloliu and lliite I Mi cits. I.OO . For 2. .ol n- or Plate or V olm and Flnte $ AVliiiier'i. Itaud of I'mir. jnonrlyready l.'H Ea? (.fnartetc I-t V ulin r Flote, Cornet or larntnet and 2nd Violin or iKltawaUo. Tne ab.irr thre Uxike art- fur Tht PaorLX, axwi are ful. vr tin !r It w de awako. eau auasic. that isn't bard tt p.ai ai.ii in u Utl htft:1 U lifteaen. ? t f S S Tbf alK.n '-.k- mi irr p. -i a -i r,r tV n-ta?l prtee (tUVEt. i-lTtM'.N A Ctt . Ma J wed.tAwt: Till! lVACI. T I'fltfUA".!: MUSICAL IXSTIIUMEXTS n' irm-'v ul rariet e a- CoRNPTS AITOfc BARITOKEb BASSES. CtN TruilASMLS ORCHKTRA COKNETb, - I.rj-- t" Uenaan 8ilrer. Pitin or Rotary Valves Dram." ( . w) Flutes. Pitlea, FUe, flaoleeU, Clarioot'tB French and German Aixwdeenc. Vtoliae aad baitara. VieluetUes. daabte It-ea, CeBasertlaas, Platois, Uarmoa ie, Banioa. Maaic Boxes, Violin aad Gaftar Strinia. aad all ln i4cal merchandise, it the welt known iter of J C. HA VMS A CO., Court St.. B-iavn, (..pposito Cevrt Ilonse.) April 2r-dodJ:w6B.. $iz9ooo woirrii Marble and Grr.iiilc AVork ! We bare the greatest ranety of M OaV VM VJiTS AMI HILVll STO.I erer aSered Id the State, mastilaetarad from NATIVE AND SCOTCH GRANITE. ISLE LA MOTT STONE, and ALL KINDS OF MARBLE. Which we eaa and w ill sell at prices that defy com petition. Parties think fee of burins Cemetery Work can sare money hy calling m ui and clamming our sUrck sad price beCure uo.rcliaa:n, as vm can ssiow them better work and rreater variety fur lew money than can be bourht elrMtwhere. 1V not be deceived by trj.ehns aeets, ant hay of the manufacturer and sat frusn 15 to lilt per eent paid them for selling, nd M-e the work elbre pur chasing. COrLNG, POtTTS, AND BUILDING STONE made to order at the lowest prices. WALKER BROS., Cor. SL Paul and Colle? bu.. Mar 18 d I ml w 3m Burlincn, VL aiAUKET YAKIt M'itliSliccl.VSla1ilins:Cotiirr!t!. THE rubflcribers hare opened a Market Yard and Commission House, in the city of Burlington, entrance on Church btreet, near Main, for the SALE OF CATTLE, HORSES, COUNTRY TRO PUCE, AND OTHER PROPERTY. Persona harinr anv of the above Ttroixrtv for sale. will find tt to their adrantage to address us. people will be allowed to feed their own bay and grain, in sheds, or we will furnish the same. AMPLE STORAGE FOR ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY. Address, T.O. Box No. I. PATTEE A LOCKE. May 13, 15T3 dw2m Burlington, VL AMILAA'DIUt: '1T7TLL stand for the Improrement of stock the M coming seajon at the ruble ot the niberriler In Khelburn. Vt and also Saturdays In Charlotte. Terms $IS. by the season, to be paid at first service, or $23 to Insure. Ins urance money to be refunded lr mare proves without roaL inestauion Asiuander is rosewood bay, foaled Aug. lSCd. IZ hands 3i Inches high, weizhtliut ft-, and if ntvsurpaied for it rle and action. Pedlzree Sired br Ashland. by lembrlno- Chief, by 3Iembrino Paymaster, br Membrtno, ny imported jiieseenger. uam. "Jioiiie" br Abdallah Chief, by Abdallah, by Membrino,by imposted Messenger. "Mollie's dam is also Mess eurer. Wallace's Btud Book says of Messenger. M This Is one of the most ruecessful stallions erer brought Into America." B. F. VAN VL1ET. Bieitorn, April iz. 1373. aprt-l3UwAwtr 0, 1873. lyx - a. -1- jsframijDiiis. trco WESTJB VIA VT. CEXTRAL STJJAJJIEKS 2T. T. Co., Consisting of "J 1 First C!a Stautuii Ipperla in S TEA. 21 E It S! TWO DAILY L I T, S BETWEEN OGDEXSBUKG, O.tvcro. Clevel-tud, Toledo. Hrlrolt. I'ort Ilnrou, 3IUrukr. CHICAGO; Anl ail Brtati Wet, Nortb-Wfwt and Suata-Weft. BiAT.s. Al BOAT AAI IfiHT p. m. dafirutS eS)r arri fof Soon trtin TrtLTEir rm tkA U Milwaukee, CMea-o, aad rnternudiale Ports, witb- su. t ai nisi. EveniEl line for Cleveland. Toledo and Lake Erie Ports. The I'ennlr'. Favorite ltnutr West. This line oSsn tbe inducement! of pleaaun. cem fsrt, ssfety, sueed and eennoznr comb.ned. and at leaf rates, laefaerae Mraf ma stair Kooew. than bv any etaer line. The passenrer bns-ness will re eeiTs particular attention tli . season and tbe nob lie can rely en tbe boats leering Ordtntsburr on tnee. With isrre cabins and state p . m. comfort, ably furnished for first-elan passaasers. Also, second cabins with cook stores and :. aceernsao euttien Ibr nessengers and families wlr nuy woh to furnish their own provisions. Rates for paeatre or freight alwats lower than bi any other route. tThreaxn Tickets and other information can he obtained at aU Railroad and Ticket Ontces in 5 ewEnrJaad, Nortbera New Tort aad Canada. F"It will he tar the interest of naseansers and families geluy West, to see tbe Alfents ot this Line before burns; alaawhaia. ror Tiekett and further information apply to H. W. IRlitT, Tiekat Arent. Barlinsten. Vt. H. VT. AIlAAtB. Travelmz Ajent, Wladeer. Vt. Oeneral asenc 6:. Waahlartoa atrest, Boston L. HILLIS ben. Airenu May I danrJai orl!;crii Trattsporlalloii Line. ppiUa LINE will enatiuati the traniw.rtatiun i 1 seirhandise, Ac from VOKIt, AI.ltA.M AJI TO Itt'Itl,t.'!TO.'V. Ibirm season of 173. in sund order, am ltte tiwe than nevetofore, at very low rstet For frenrht, appl u tv. ii. a. i ii. vrn.iiiNs. , n. E. BxrilER. Secy. andTroua.. b.teii.. N.t O. L. IsorULAS Troy T C. K. ALLEN, Allan . " T. L. J. N STARk. Pres.den: 33 Coeutles 81 p. New V rt N. T. JILLSO.1, Viee-Presuawit. April a-dintf rdfat;nitHr, Cvr. is:? ALL IS2T A- STOJS'L Now ener for tbe orrias trade s larrs FURNITURE ! ! eKKW SPRING STYLE- OF I'apcr II:uirriii"s ami Windotv shades, Ilollamls ami Tassels. ntann'acture- s sVeettts for the We ttflar to tbe V.MiliLEtULE aO.lt RETAIL TrM- CniLDKCVS CAKKIAGE S At -Tlannfacutrrr'. rrifr. Wr nr. fori. i cmpieie Cir- are as -w as And at all ioteTTen.cz pr.ee- o t ilULUkl. For styie and beaoty of Ha sh cannot be exeelld. FURNITURE ! WIIOLEaALE 4 IvKTAlL. l"ark II. :a Barlinjton, V. Api 1 beeomn very canunon in every cuassatinitj.and the sudden deathi renilt;nz warn u to seek some rel et. This diHase svssuines many d liferent forme, am on; which we notice PalpiUttoa. Enlaiemeat, 8peas. OesJieation or Buny Formation of the Heart. Rheumatism , fieneral Deiility. Water about the Heart. Sinking of the Spirts. Pain in the Side or Chert. Dizz aess, Slusisfa C.rrulatiou ef Bleed and Momentary Stoppa-r of the Action or the Heart. These forms of Heart INtvease bare bt-en eured bv DR. (iRAVHS HEART REtiLLATOR, aad we do not betntate to say It will cure them azaia. Aav rorm of Heart liseaee will readilv vieidto its km, and we hare vet to learn of any case where the HEART REGULATOR ha? been taken pnmtnij aad the party sot received a marked lisaell Our agent, on application will furnish you with our eireotar, pvlar full itriBtiau of the dtseasa. aad also a number of tesaiaaouiabi of cures, aad If you would like urtner pnwf ttom the parties who have riven the neatjaoniaU. write them aad tee what they aav. We have told many ""T'Tand bet tie!, of the HEART REGULATOR, and the uVfaaDd is still lneiuasia;. Vie are eamndent we are doiaf; the public a benefit, and not trying to impeeeon them a worthless preparation. Tbe Pnee or the HEART REGULATOR is 0E Dou.4r per bottle, and can be obtained of our a-ents. fcT TA rT. Ihnz&su, llarhn-ton, erisoat. March awly IIA7IOXD SI'ECTACL.Ei ! The zttit nxnt nf the IVim- nd S)ctacles over all others is from the fact th..; the Lenites are eem poscd of mmute Ciyttato malted bj !uiid By this method the erystaltne strvtctnre ic removed Irom tbe lens, thereby prevent nr polarisation of light totheeyee. It is the pole t. 1 ht prodoced about the eyes in all other z)ite.- that eauH the tired relin? nariT eTierirrir in u n itmmI ineWii's. The liiarDond lenses are ti.e coolest to the eye of all others; harin,; been found in tctin with the pelaiiaeefe to contain .: per cent, less heat ran than any ether Iabj. Also the Diamond Speetaeies with double lens, for tboe requiria; near Aicus tor re dinz and distant Ibcus lor looking tJt. No peulan employed. The Ihamond trademark b) on every pair of gpectaclea and eye glasses. Ptutected by letters patent. For sale onh by C. W. WIN GATE, Sign of the Golden Eagle. Nov 4 deodAwly lOTI('L LFREMAU has moved into his New Store, on . the Eat side of Church St., four doors north sfbtAnton ilou.o, and is reai'v to do. in the usual workmanlike manner, all kinds of Repairin"1 of Hatches, Clocks, Jewelry, tic. He wul also keep for sale a variety of Watche. Clocks. Chains. Gold and SilrerRaira, Spectacles etc Mr. Fremau I very thankful for past favors, and topes to merit the continuance and increase of pub lic patronage. Watch work most lthfulD attended to. Dec 11 wtf TO BUTTER MAKERS. IHAVF. PATENTED A 3III.K 1'AX ATVIl C(OL,i:it, and plaeed ne In operation at N li. Uiixie's, In bhelburn. Vl. All perwns wishing to see the pan tn operation, ean do so by caliin- at afnier's. who will show the same. II. MESSENGER, liar IG-dltawlw2w Masseua, K. Y -lirHEREAS. mr wife LuCJ, has left mj- bed and f V board without lust cause or provocation, this is to warn all person! from harboring or trusting heron my account, as 1 shall pa y no debts of her eontraetlnc. TIMOTIir PHELPS. South Hero, lfay 21, tsn. w3w AtiTici:. rfVIIS la to certify that I have this day siren my J. son. Michael Iliekson, his time during the re mainder of his minority I shall claim none of his earnings nor pay any debts of his onutraetin; after lailuaie. JUII.-i AJicjUiU. Booth. EurUurtcn, Iay 21, 13 tTirSw i,r $rtr dreriisemfnts. A CREATj MEDICAU DISCOVER Sl REMEDY. Ultra" ' Ri -ai.d II-w 1 u a u...-t nvar cart. L-ii . jW 11 ixa.'ta 11 L- I-vipepsia Ileart Burn. I. rerCtaip.a n; ji lU u' Appetite enreti b Uluii a Iw buttu - loMitBde, Low Uiriu. aixl S-ak.n Nfnsat t I ronti t onct- I o'lh Ld. hur4tmK tir.a-h th akin or otir " lm - tM a.rertion nD I UK XWiilC. I For Kidnei . BUakler anl I rtna-i (ii;riJaaat it has d' equal . t.ne i-w'tic n .i :n 1. '" u mutn Wurau, exjurlled JVom tlit- j -tpm m t.t :Ue Iut diAeiiUy . a few bottles are suHmenl nr t'i nnl obUiaie CMC. nm . one buttle hma emnd the iu-l fUru: r.t,t vltTtm all other remedie? Ib' led. IV ferrous IMSeulUes. Neural . a, Ueatlacbe. etc., eMd imndiate(y. pjMtnBatism, Swelled Ji.inta ami a' Srrofalar AflnetiUBe retwiTvd or frrratl nsi erol i th - m Tavlix&ble mcdaCiiie. Broochitia. Catarrh eunraLsi-jn- aul H.---:e.-eared or nweb rel.eTn:. DtlBcalt BrMtbin. Pam in tin Lnnr- S"K and ties ttf the Wmker Bitter?. Female IHflemlties. an preralent itn America, ladiea, yield readil U- this invaluable med 1 ? : ne the Qakr Bitters. Bilioaa, Bewittaait aad iuaraittant Fever. i preTa t in atanj parte of oar rtmatir, c mpleu l ndieatd by the am oTtbe ifsaker Bitten. Hw Afd lad in the Qoaker Bitten, nut t! .ir ttele tbey .naad inaoed of :d their decl.n n- vea'- it taikaaa tbe blood aad cheen the m.rni ami paTo tbe fiamge doern tbe piaae iaci'neu. Nooneeao remain lemx anwrli 'untean afCirted Witch a iBCttrmMe tli-ifc,)arvtr Lk a 'nr Uatier uf the tinker Bitten. . tadd In all iHwpzw and Ieaien ii Med t ' Bold at whole hy WEUaS, RirflARPSON & CO Prepared hr IR. U B- myf A ('.. At tlieiriireat Medical iJepoi i'-A t Brj btrm t, rYtTi44noe, li- 1 llar-h ldetdAwbBi AYEK'S CIIEKKV rECTOICAI- Tut Pi-aM of the TUruut and Lanr. such a i u-ztt i.-ia. wb-spm: ( .u;i. Br'cn.:.p Aftl. luj and oraffiimpt'.on. T:. Vi tmic.tit'n., !if hare woo the em i ii i mankind aimI t fiinif b"ttehiud wordi am- iz nit only one bat iiiAn nat-i'D- mot hare fitntoTvlinarj- r:n-e. lvmaps n one ever se cared in. wide a repntatu'C ii- ma nu nvt'i i ion Arer Cherry rectorai. It ha- t n kiiowi; u the pnlilic abtiDt furtr year, t.i .1 iiD: cd tinned twrtee of arrelloti rarej. w: Ljj tiHir won for it a conndteace in it TrrtBe. n'f- eiinalled bv anr other nwdteine. It rt i; maker- tlit- nwt ufteuial enrei" Cnnrrh". CbU Cunramptiun. that can be made tj medical sfc.tl Indeed the CIkttt Pertral has realH rc.iled tbe-e danerow dm hcj of their terror, t-a rreat rjtent and E'.rcn a feel.nz of immiznity fnm tiic Lxi. f leeta, which is well foanded. if tae remedy h taken in icaaon. Erer lam iy aboald ua e it .n the.r closet fur the ready and prompt relief of it? mem bers. Hicknesc. aoller.n and eren l.fe 1- eared by thin t.mtfly proiiectinn. The nntdent ahoald nut nef Ict; it. and Um- wii w L Del. Keep it by y.na forth- protection it affords :i -udtten attack.' and bj :t timely tue PKETAKEP CT DR. J. C. AVER CO. Ltvwl.."31a5 . Pirroal and Analyt cal Chcin'ft And ld by Drasaf al1. Toond the wivr'.J. 'or 1- wnnee ,n twAd-sft v iw Ai'Eir.s nvn: nGOi:, FR RESTORIM. GRAY F.AIK Tu ITS NATURAL VITALITY AM- t'OU'R.. Auranc e; ean, - ckD1- rare duap- tmcct and hereu- u-e h"ha.r ztmy 'ifir dispor- f p'L-ma- 1 'lr li - ; . and i i-b'.ld .t-ojimat " - - ttiLtie tiaf - h m "ii '.a: .in, a, j - rutara. .nu:h Tjii Jfj'tr tliat Wtr t i -r-' rp. t. e - renew .n tlie we ee n uldc art I ' ua re in w a" i ic wh' iiat v rturf Aitu Haib i I haur The fretili an: ntu'u headii 'f uften tne pruauct dirf.uf aiaatr aniere and nsir by sraj TtA. rl re t i tare- U Liie r i.r . pref- i ' A- i tserac: c i c- a.i" and w tti n nr le-w-ftnerr anu azrveable ti Vr estst ITa-r. it aa? n -up - l-REFAaST- IT Ir. J C AVER A CO.. Li" well I-tct m joQd Amht ca. Chem -t uk so.u all around the wc- : - weowttdJtaw I'oiiolitlatc.l Tirst ?Inri7nce ST. LOl'IaS A Suitli-Eastern Kail way Co. CONSOUDATEn . luMlteiiia. Krmtark TeHlirv.. VEAR 7 PER CERT., WTPH SINKING Fl N P OF 9i PER CENT OF ti ROSS EARNINGS PuracwAL an Driumxirr Pataxlt r Glj Mxw Tone. LTTavarr 8uut-ati;aij.t. Fcbut ai i ajh AraiTBT. This mad is formed M the ewwnlitiatiu of tht- SL Louis and lieutb-eaetern the Evuneville. Heuder- , son. and NashvaUe. and the Edzeieki and KentaiH , ; lUilroada, ana Is the shortaat and best posei'lt route from r. J-ort aad raiCACo to NaairrTLi e MoirroouxarT. Atlaxta. Macos. Mobile, Saa xab. and tuiwBSTos. Its apeT true tare and equipment are misuf iaseuJ by any m th W5t. The eanuugs for month of March wen slU.i. suae ient to uperati tbe road aa-i py tht- 'ntcre; on all outstanding honda. Three hundred and Bfty-eigbt tn 'ie- of tin- ruaii are eompleted and fali equipped. The cmi) date! j lontts are issued at the rate of t.'l- per mile f.r tbe purpose ot making a smgW debt, cutmplet n braaBunW. and supplying eqaipmcnt to nu-et tit Tsyirtly nrreaamj, bmnnem. $ijti.uis) luve m st4u. and we offer a limited number at oo AM" -ACCRUED INTEREST IN CURRENCY. j The St. Leaf Buurd of Trade recemt) passed a series of lumlutieue exitreatittg tbe opinion " Tuat i i&aaaaaaaaaaaf h r "ir. i. - f t nu-- - 1 W i - -f-T t i . - ,' r w t., ..! in .-. - u a.i'- a ' w n. a: - THIS WILL acevxs ost or tot axsT pativg Llt cattiartics and phrncs thei - v onlr traip.-.-AfPJy L ?rn- eamgratulat.ng the ; rt-IieJadiiei-tion. uatelenn and dyepep- stookIalaMtae " HoaouAaLJ ato asue ai- juxi kindred diiiea'ae,. n porv t-. ,ilio-. :i A4Bmfsifr or the rsarim," exprees nr the belief Reet the blood out and b!tk , that THE 5UCT3U1TT OITII1T BT TBS ruUiLtnATBl MoursasE aosras to tub AMiitTNT OF til . PER MILE IS GOOD. AND RBtOMMEN D.NG THEM mTHOCT IHSZTATieN AS AN INVEOTMENT to cai-ttalmts. butu at aouE axi. absuai.' We nab itatmxly imiimmiiid Ueat Bnd- a aa nBexeet4ieMbea Railway fcecunlj. ea Pall pAxtteulara fbratsned, upon appl.cat.--ti by WIAKLOIV L. 1VIL-SOA, No. 70 7lUixm St.. New York. C. W. WOODHOUBE, Oashier Msraauts National Dank, BarliBSteta, VL Fab 38 wtT HOW To Speculate Successful!. RANDAL IL fOOTE A CO.. Diakers sad Ilrwsers. 70 Brruulwaj. M lfemVers of Sseek Kxeaaere sad Geld Board. lUterenee Mssheuke Bankinr Ananatien. or anruM making Use or Cunusereiai Asenr iu Aew Vert. N.IWPimeoleU en "Wall Street and .1 oaera Uens" lurnlsaeu en aprilieatien. Mai wlj CAMPIIOKIXr. rAIN. PAI.V, rADi. The ereat uiseover) for tne relief of pain and a sure Bun immediate cure tar Kaeumatitro, chnimc and aeute, bpralns. 4c. Jt bas a pleasant and refresainr; Oder, and will not zrease or stain the most delicate fabric, which makes it a luxurv In everv faraUv. Pnee 2 reel ner hottl. For sale bj all drnnsts. KECBEN IIOVT. I'nj'r, ew Vert. SIsi 3 tdw4w TIIO.VISOXS I'ATITVT GLOA'E-FITTLNG CORSETS. KnUttfiW E'vry lady who enee Vuyi r?fffil them will have e JitL aa they -ire perfect aUs-' faction. For sale hr .11 Unii.. dealers. Hee that the name TI1O1IS0S, and the Trade Mara, A CROTi'.N. are sumped on every pair. THOMSON'S SEAMLESS LOCK STrTCll KID GLOVES. Perfect In cut. choice In colors. Duality nnt celled. Admitied by ,U to be rnKrior to ,r.r Lli Ulove sold in this roariet. 1 ou"r These superior -Gloves are destined tobeeam... celebrated as Thora-on's Patent GWeTv.i Corsets. T110MSU.N, lANUlJWJ t TO S Agency for Burlinrrton sit ihe BEE HIVE." MiylK-tiimw Hfir gldcrriisrmrnts. I Tut ha' ' AppetJt, I'yuprpla, Iwl r.-t , i l ! prcwi-sti offip.rfU d1 leb i t n 1 . ir itj. in rH". FRW-PHOSl HOKATKI- f- , . ''uisita uadt hy ('.4WELL. IIazar:- Jt ' , u isTk tUMl aatUl hV Si! alraTSMtla. tfl. T A- 11 it mu'Snt ionic far uitit?t.tv ren--- n -iTtr utlit-r s ektMtw. it h-w Bt qo. 1 tar n' titj eu,n it pr?Tetf Jrr nn-i t. i i t::r rs m ttMit fttrven. M i ... 30Cli THbUMixifl In I'rri. Sale inemiiue 2.000 at- LIVE ASEKTS WA5TET- - L Livingstone y-fn Africa ffiiri- a'c oflv-rtHi UH.k oat Tar tbn. ternl 'tu.r w! pri-f if tite jt1 hucvt - s.-t !'.M-Kt txim pan iota, worth Sic tii..,t HI LLAUi' iJRO.. Put-.. 3L, ttl.iut . l t -uai Mai 1 faiwJw iNtASSPiO BOOKS SENT FREE i V lOlll.LU (.HLilT W4IKH it 1, itatihefii! ami thr'r Jlixnia. Inter-rVi-i- - U.w , P'-sfcr etc A;-nL- an- q. - e- tti - wrtl h iai i:i''mi, v. o I.,... Tec anv ho..; a iij- t iM -ieni-P ?u. ATKAL rt r.Lli 1 ..1 it. pa 31 j -tCat AGENTS ANTEIt FUR seiiixd ttie mrnEs T:ie p e;ant tn-t - p.; '- t n . . . -! i allaf-o-il the real t rtrd.! M i f - N an t .rial Briber cj, (N-nrrewmen. K i.ja Is and the wonder I -vul- the Nit., l. i.. . II I1 qaick. 6cn n - i .rta nr txui w "O- t. -and a fall deserption o' the wurk Add---' ( TiTirrAi. Prmusniit, ' .. t fraul St New V -Mar 13 rdw4w "1 IT If AITTEP. Arent el P ctoref I : tailed by one. Semi umn. Hrrfc i i - ..rwiea. Ct- Apr -fdetwlw riHE : fiixe j: ji nr. ' : t FIGHTING FIRE! t-ENTS WAKTaW - iti zrandeM b- k J vear, ww aeliiwg a lu aviOuiitflhlUL: un ' . Tel l"or the eaueen of Tit -wfee. Fire-prt- Bo ..i UUtT . Conqaerini Frrr w U. Water. Mean ani Ha-kakce i it fc' U n t.trT, Ii- liar, ageaat, JJow to bware. - V v d a-r mntu tb (treat F re of Hiitory. Aj-nt- iur rruiar Von w.ll nt 'esret it. r-eo: l-ee Addre Iut n Oilman Jt t , liartiord. Ot Ma. .-flitw-jw a Mi-THAivirAi. rr--tio-iin. lTCBCMAIJVE H(rCS.E TRVP Ever mtniM ntiht reset the trap - an"' i tS.l ent b eipres- Iur $-1 hunt-ie n . - Kid cents. For nale h. th-ta-le K I- i' r'l tentee, and Faltnu M , -Vw rW - V . tdiwvw T TO It! IKIS CET. WeiiaakalEri4LTTriontT. C tv am' S. Iifltrift lin.t. (.CAUxTEc l..ALm .. i. 1 id, C'lieet the tinpi.rt w l'nt f ha'-- " Lone a fK mttch eo.h on sales. Send !r pr tt- . thi: isAW r nraiciPAi. koti. Jnt vabHahed hy obt sruct. should be -n tbe iikij of aJ mtererted in th claw wccr.tit- T vulaam. Pre Sm W N fOLEB A t ' Mj. It. -tixw4w Naniau-,-: . N-w -S i run enrvr. net. TIIE IOWA LOAN AXT TRUST rfV"AN . w.li inreat money on hrsi-rlaf- Rau. 1-sini- a per rent. iniereK, nei. paya"!1 - Sew York and w 11 guarantee t Uianf made taaToozh .L- asei . to the UitTOarer. Piear-e arir K' rt . lor New ork and ew Enrlaml refer nee n partitrnLar. 6AMr. Meeuill. k Ut- t- - Iowa. lYea.dent- Addrew Jam B. IJlwth' bec'i , In.wtr 1GT 3er M' ne. Iowa. M.y l TiU fOHICl--; CLAS : Mile r Fema J a week rua ran teed Japet-tabU lii. . s. ai home, dsr or eren;n no capita requ.n-, -u innrtjaTtoiOBS aad rateable pa-ui-e of y..id u w.Ui sent tree bv mail. Aadrest- with een: rviu rtamp. M. YOlJi9 A Co.. ."J Ureenw crM. Ne kork May it tdtw4w Ir.OOO,OttO ACKCS. CHEAT FAJtM. I The Cheapest Land an Kartei, fur ia. (A'IeA PACIT1C RAIlaJWAl to. In tU GREAT PLATTE VALLE. 3,HA.4i4lw Acres in Centra: Nebraska r r sale in tral of t acres and wpwanl- i di years' eredit a: ( per eent. adranct- n: required. Mild and bealthfn! climate, fert ie r . am: ,i u: dance of ood water. Tbe best Market in the West The srea it. rer.un of Wyomin:. C'-iorado. Ctali and . being sappaied by Ute ianuen in ths Piatte a r Soldiers eatitied to a UoBetead of l5 acre best lucatuon for Colonies. Free txat for a.. 1 lion.- arm of choiee (rernm(n.t IanL- ojs--entry under tbe Homestead Law. near tu - u-eu Rat irtaavd w.th natail BBtatrketa aiw1 all the n cu. I ; , tence of an oid fWttleeontTT , Free paste! to psrehaser- of Railroad Land- ' Seeiiooal map idmwinthe Und. alw-new t of aesrnnt're pamphlets, with new nu; - ilh tree ererA where Addrn t f rAVls i Land Com'r T. P.E. R. !u. (Mis. N l May 1. dw4w rffl AGE?rrs WANTED for best selLn P J U U tnree. Maps and Charts. Atsu for ru --. in; b.k and Linen Thread. $Uk u Bucit--per nu nth bv act. re agents. Anplr 1 1 u. 1' L. btCRNSET. i-uncn. N. Jl. Mj. fdAlv 1 (.RE IT ffeb:-w Jyjo iN-r week, in easa. who w pa ail Aff'-m r i, ena 2 t r . tid expense- pa i I lian ;' V ti ai osx EreTth nr turn -nei Adtires A CU17LTER A CU , Apr.i ' Hilw !w I 3V El Elt i NEGLECT A COUGH. N.h nr - more eerta -lay the luandjt.i :.c zuicr' r. A-onsiiueT r WFJLLs' CARKhLir TABLET. are a sure cure for all d:eaes ' fir RtT-rji! -' 0vans. Sin? Throat, ( til. t r i.;t- I-pit,n.'- -j asihina. 1 atarrh. Hoarsened I-nne-- .t'lcTorw Windpipe or Bronchial Tuiwu. an- r' 1' ea-e-the LonsB In alieasa u' -utitit'i. ,i. hwr.r I taken, these TABLETS ahtu.d b- prompt: an freely need. Tbey equal xe the c rt-uUtioii ' :F. I blood, mitisate the serer.ti ' il attifk and w i m a ver siwrt t.me restore healun act.oc t tt. affected n-ran Well ( art- Tabiot.- a- i ttpnnlv 'D kNftorri Tike 71' m-t.tute- I l. -cant be f-mrxl at vur '.c-z ! - ;ni ai nv t , the asent .n New A -rk tin w . : nran. fur a return mail lc t hedcu re' t c tat : r 1 Si.ia bv drusrr Pro.' ct? wr -i-x. j JOHN Q. K.ELlrtKo f. it-Nt-w V.rk ( &end tor crcular At ' I Ma Id Tilafcw-t IP UXteiju cute eit nut t u- .uii-tan t di?pf a p - 1? there w m,' . a. " l Unli1 r- ml Hit t by deitTi 'U- i-irrretione i -skin d. -tease Bl'tche, f . P.mplfsf Ac. Hare you a 'speptie8-oni.ii-is prompt! a. -d the ei -teic r-i,e poverty of ti. Blood lTvp- cu. tendem erai waasnepe an merua Have jou Weak&e o'the Inte-: danrrer o' Curon.c Diarbts-A Lite llttwela Have t-u Weakne'- r the V'e- n- r Tr -TaJ!-- Vu are espied u -fli.r i, n ,t ui .-anted f-irm. Are vou jeetd dmwT u' - 'r'-"'' preseei in spirits, w th Lead ,n-i Ian acIh.-. tt ,t tnrneand bad tastun nv-ntii Fur a certain remiidy f.ir all these d:sease vei ne&tes ana troubles for c'car..i.- and pur -lite vitUed blood and uapartanz v -.r u a. . Ul Nirre- ir build.ng up awl rvp-.--.!!.- weakened eitnn tntioci use JtKl BKBA, if prianincvd bv the lead.ur medical nutin - : t o: L.don and Par.s. tbe " Mwl Powerful Tr .. Alterative, known to the medical world" T:. -n new and untr.ed diaunvery tint has been . l used by Ut iea-iiaf physicLaas oi other Cvcut- with wtaidtrrfai rumediai reault. Iub'i weaken and wuir tbr iv. JOHN IX KEIaUK. i-Plart 8t.. New New Susie A-'Mit ttte I nited Matr Pr tr ti n per 1-nttlc. May !-TdAw4w fcnii fur V reffla- HlVItV HAKIi HIKfHrifK v. PI K with the lanrest eirculatien in th w-t ' - wonder'ais) becau.v ! i ti. best paper , seribers the ttttt beaut lu' prom um- an-' ' CanvBSsers tbe mo: i rra: terini bend r ( -uular. J. B. FORD A CO. New T-rk B. Chicago, or San Francisco. May t MAw.w ritlTi; For Laie niistrated Price L - GrOTVESTERfi rarrHnoaa ftttsbusch pa. Breeeh loadtnz Shot Guns, $ui t, $3,. Imu Hh.4l.uo- -t. tri. Suzlebunr I n $. I. ' $ tu $73. Rer..lvpr.. ft, t p - , . Uuu Materia! F.sli n-lacak Lar-e 1. .i. IleaJen i' flul" Armj dun- R ,u- A hoasbt or traded !.ir Ij..m1. sent M elum I i1 t.i be examined lie!..re a il r..r ilai , --..a. May 13 fdawtw AGEXTS T A ATI. I TOIS TII5 II03IE ol GOD'S PEOPLE : The grandest and saoat sismjairu new k u Acknowledged to be tbe aaoat deeded o-r year now relllag with astoaiabin rapid x i 1 conuin nearly 2i iBagBTSMaat Enrrar nr- m i did epport unity for Agents to make monry i ' eulars contain 'ng flail Bantealars and terot- ' ' free, address 1CST1N. OILMAN A tX) . ll-.rt -Conn. April 2 tiAw4w SAVE t!. IEII CET. Oar arrangement with Sontheni Newpape able ns to secure adnataves to Advii!w at in: IM per cent, greater than ean be hui elirwin-rr I boT. rent, and all expenses of e.oTnc: n hu- n-' en the average, in lUltratore. are per ct i iiv V than In the large Northern cue, W !' in tartness, are satisfied with nu!l or. -fit.- -i' wilhngto give our custm?r xv an i 1 such wsperts. Our 1 t r .( hen u -and agricultural rnurna.- are STAM.1'!' ' mates, pamphlets. Ac. free noon art : -.: URlfTIN H0IT1IAN, Estahi -Jw. Newrpaper Advertinz Agents ilsy 21 fiiwlw i scull. St., BalUare,iI- .l:'TN IV IVTI 11 ' DOMI'-TIi 1 1" " ' r ' 1 N" ' v . - 1 'Hi. l. Aililres.- i-alTELD ST prriisriiiPi' V