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l o n t i u i t R. H. BLODaSTT, Fublidier. PER ANNUM IN A B F J J f OB VOLUME 1. EAST HADDAM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, l«6a. NO. 44. (SiHst iaddam Jounmt, B. H. BLODOER, PiiUiAw. The JOURNAL is published every Satnrda} dfioniiug at EII«t Iladdaiii, Conn., and wiU be leil at tiie rusddeiioe of subscribeis in both Upper and Lower Landings at 25 per year in advance, or 5(1 at the expiration of the year. Subscribers who reb4nve their paper at the office or by mail, $1 per year iu advance, or $1 25 at the end ol the year. R A T K S O F A O V E R T I S I N a . One square, one week .....#1 00 :liach saltsequent insertion 25 •One square 2 months 3 00 One tK|uare 3 months 4 00 ^Oue square « nkontlis 5 00 <lBe «qB«« ene year 8 00 l U r ACberal d rduction will be made to those :«rbo advertise by the year. •TOOK AND JOB PBIKTINO in all its brancb. executed with neatneas and dispatch, on tea tollable terms. JONA'N T. CI.ARKE, JLttomey and Oonnaelnr at Law. A N U N O T A R Y P U B L I C, Goodspeed's Landing, ' E A S T HADDAH.CONN. W. B. KEIiSET, A t t o r n e y u^d Connaelor a t IAW AAD Couimiadoner of the Snperior Coort COLCa ESTER, CONN. C . S . O L A D W I N , ConstaUe and Collector. OOee with i. T. Claike, Esq^ . S a t t Haddam, Conn JBook,7ob andOard Printing OP EVERY DESCRIPTION executed with neatness, and on reasonable terms, at tills olBoe. Froeenion of the Months- On New Year's Eve I sat me down, and looked Into theclear bbmk air wherein anon I saw as moving visiMia, these—the Months. Bleak January, stem, and hard and cold. Inexorable vanguard of the year. His brother following dose, with head bent down, And eyes avert, and lagging, painM tread. ed, bows our Then March—the young and lusty. In his breath Is life—full, daring, fetterless, and wild, Eager and fatal as a thoughtless love, Pasaoiute April—giri-child of the year— Weeping her heart out in the lap of apiing. Until the May.time cometh, flowery fair. And aU the earth smiles b a ^ the smile of heav-en. June—throbbing, tremulous with coming joy. Her rosebud pukes thriWng all the air. And rich July, oppressed with empery. Bathes in a flood of gold, and taketh rest By starlight, with low righs and murmuring*. August, queen-regnant, bom unto the throne, Holding her state with blanii, «R«ured content, Gradoua nd regal^^ieneeous, large irf'heart. September:-«ntle matron—^with sweet eyes And a low voice that penetrates, persuades. And looks of love, and tender, guUing hands. October, with calm and thoughtful brow, Butquidt decinon in the look of him,. And a great will that may not be gunsayed. Soblnng November eometh, veiled in mist. And weeps, laventrng o'er the fiided earth. And then the last—December Ukes Its rank Subnussive, and contented to be old. Grateful for unthonght rays of hapimcssi And ever mindful of the holy tfane That cometh toward the end. So they passed on,- The Months, in long proeesrion, ^ a to Unto the goal bf all things—even to God. elctDGDts. The storm of passion is hnsb-j Alas 1 that with aU the «o<»lIed im- GOOD ADTICS.—Trust not to nnuertaiB he has forgiven his erring friend, and provemcMtH «f o«r advanced civfli»tion, riches, but prepare yotirwlf for ereqr shis licad iu prayer 1 "Forgive us the fire should be permitted to go out for-emei^ncy in tife. Lesan to wotk, zad trespasses as we tbrgive those whdever ia our old fashioned fireplaces, thus not to be dep<ndaat apon somHits to trespass against us," and his mother's burying in the a s l ^ of the part so many make your bread. Sweep your floon^ aim, sweet voice muiiglod Its low ca>|means of healthy home-comfort, good cheerj^d dam ycMur owa stcdiags. Above afl witli his own, and added, ''Liead us and happiness. things, do not esteem lightiy those honor-into temptation, but deliver us from! • ^ able young men vho s^sta^a theuaeives ! " WHEN LADIBS SHOULD BX LOOKED AT.—A and their aged pareats l»y the work of golden Autumn eve mantles thelwriter in the Aitantie MotUhty thus en- their hands, while you care for» sad re-in beauty. The falling leaf rustles lightens the belles of the street concer- ceive into your company those laqr> i ^ . moment in the breeze, then rests on thelniBg the inalienable rights of men to look popinjays, who never lift a finger to help Id, damp earth ; the stars smile loving-iat their pretty faces : themselves as long as th^ can keep upon the scene, and the murmur of "There are some very pretty, but un- body and soul together, get airfksent waters makes sweet music ! 'Tis a happily very ill-bred women, who don't to live in fashi>n. If you are idae JOB , beautiful hour, and she has finished understand the laws of the road with re- wil look at the subject as we do ;aud earthly pilgrimag|^; already shejgard to handsome faces. Nature and when you are old enough to become wives. deuce not evil A earth a mrj cold, tant calm. Iier hears the son^ of angel-bands, waitinglcustom would no doubt agree in conceed- you wiU prefer the honeat nechani^ with to waft her spirit home 1 A noble youth, ing to males the right of at least two dit- not a cent to coimiDeDoe lift:, to the fiiib-her own prond boy, stands beside her to tinct looks at every comely femde coun- ionable lo^er, with a ot U» catch the last faint words of love andltenance, without any infraction of the thousand didlara, hope. "Pray once more for me," she rules of courtesy, or the sentiment of re- ** pTZZTtCTlZiru^-... TI^ murmured, and that manly voice ascend- spect. The first look is neccessary to de-, Til^^ in words of earnest hope, and deep, fine the person of the individual oni meets - for fiirs m the world is confiding love, and at their close, thelso as to avoid her in passing. Any unu- don»>«e8s, Moscow; and apropos of this J J . - gj^j. prolonged ana impertinent sJ^TS^U ^ ™ 1861, when thefura from ema; ed power, and the glory tor^ver 1" ing OldFaddonedCMirti. la stranger may ed a uuill which .people, mured to ha^hips f^^ cradle ;-they were content to te with-|are to the slight^^ demonsAtion of tto inoffensiFdjr yfeld to a ^ »swan's .luill, one end of preVentafi^^ of the attacks TRUMBUIJ. HOUSE, B Y D- A. KOOD', 48 State Street, HASTFOSD, COHV. N O L M S T E D C H A P M A N , Orpudst and Teacher of last Eaddam, Conn. IMOM givM at the residences of pnpO* or at Us •at th« Gdrton IIonM W. M. S M I T H , DEALER » The Fnjerof Lift. Twas eve, and through an oj^n ease-ment stole the gentle zephyr, wafting oii its dew-gemmed pinions the breath of fragrant buds and sleeping flowers There was a sound of nevelry, and the gay laugh rang high Ixom iighlied halls, mingling with soft «ii£hanting music, and there was 4Uie who had stole from out that jnei'^ band to pray I It was her bridal eve, and she had sought her cham ber to consea ate Jierself to heaven, cre|uv( she breathed the solemn, holy vow that tna^e her all auattier's ! By that ppeu cassement she kneeied ; the stars looked down and smiled upon her, the silver moon seemed almost to pause in hei course, to catch ithe low breathed words prayer, and the zephyrs went forth bear-mg to lieaven the words—^"Uur Fatliei who art in heaven." It had been her prayer from childhAid's happy hour, and now she added, "Uallowed be Thy name!" fu Again the star-gcmmcd vault of heaven is spread out o'er the dark earth, and now many of us are 8traiiger^-o!d fashioned ance at h<Hne ; she knows well enough mot),, comtoi^ we may term th^,—and among that the street is a picture galleiy^ where ^ — ,... these th3 old fashioned |ii»f>lace, as ittoiretty faces framed in pretty bonnets are grand ^ aie growing, used to be termed, heldvAo xneaa rank.jmeant to be and eve^bodj has a IMSQ," uAd Mriu f artu^gton, as that How vividly the pictaWi^ «ne<ot thos(4right to «oe them. young gentlenaa iaaisted «pua it he spacious kitchens of the olden times ... bewoaldn^teatanythii^lHitjrtrawheixiea comes to onr mind with ifi plain ^amiturej A tall^ cadeveroas looking jmaq, in a for his sapper, whieB a Awad M kiatfy and sanded floor iuaoeQBA .of f u i^ Amt asjshabl^ suit of bl « black, a k>ng beard, ^nt in a box; "hownand yon are gruw-white as the neatest of housewives couldland longer meat into a litue shop ing ; mebcy you wiU want to board at make i t In me corner atood the oldlthe other day, on the road to an -"Eastern the Brevier House, and lixie on Manilla clock, its vciy face wearmg an as|«ctof|Shor^ town, and nodding to the smoke- ice cream. ToumusnH be so glnttonon^ good cheer, and secmii^ to smile benig-ldried, venerable dame, who was puttering ^ ^ ; 1 don't like sudi velocity of appe^ uantlyupcn a min tu>C:moon osrer ito heira]arou^ within, said : tite." ^ Ike handed over his plate for the. which, tradition said, had at a rcmotd "Madam, I'm a traveling agent; I am fint instahnent, and the good dame period followed the lising and setting oflsceking names &c., for a new edition of »m>Ied as she ladled then ont, aad ithea its great prototype in th^ heavens, thoughlthe census, and a—" passjrf over the sugar, repeating the ad-its days of actual service were long ago! -'The semes I" domed the old woman, monition that he musi^t be so gfaittonons. er. "Yes, madam, we are about to take the Admoniton from lips like heis ezhalsa in But the crowning gloiy of that kitehen census—" fragrance like strawberries, and is sweet was not its wfaHe saiided ^ r , nor the! "You don't say so ? "Well" she con- ^ the cream and sugar thatdmwna them high desk with its pigeon holes, and secret Itinued, "It's getting to be a sinful world— deliciou death, but Ike preferred the drawers, which no venturous youngsterIdon't you think so, mister V strawberries, ever dared invade, noryet, the old clockl Dry Qooda, Grocexiea, Proviaiona as long ago, the zepher rests lovingly up-iFIou, Feed, Faints, Oil Czockerj Ware, on a pale, pure brow, but now itr kisses FBCIT, COXFECTIOSEBT, ke. too the velvet cheek of infancy, and toys Goodspeed's Landing, East Haddam, Conn. with the sunny curls of a fair-hrired boy — Silence reigns around that little band, for G. K. & W. H. aOOL>SPEEa. »tig the hour of prayer, and a low voice WHOLE31.LE ASD BETAU. OEALBU i« murmurs, "Thy kingdom come J" ^zoceriea/DryOoodayFrofviiioiia Mom came, in f>roBd, unri ailed aplen- Jlsar, iMhw. ^feg. gg*» TafK dor, and it brou^t the messenger of Goodspeed's Lanto^^'is,1 1M9. Jthf^e^ mh a!n-dTathee, ahnidu bhainuduc haensd h ifsa bAaexrg uoeb euyps- J. A i TW001>, on the waters of an untried yroAd ; DEAUJT a gather about the patii of his fair young 3 t e a d y - M a d c Clothini^ Boots JUid|bridc, her hean bends 'neath ito weight ShsM, OuttFanishiaff flMis, HStoieieefe, OBDOS, ASO SlEUICUk'ES FATEST MCDICian, nB-FCKEBT, eCaOOL BOOKS, J w . Goodspeed's Landuig, Conn. S A M U B L C O O K, Manofacturer and Dealer in aU kinds of of sorrow, almost to breaking ; but an angel-visitant whispers peace to her weary soul, and the depaating spirit bears to heaven the prayer of resignation, "Thy will be done, iu earth as in heaven !" The grave closes above the loved-one, the flowers in bloom beauty over the cold, CLOCKS, WOOD and wuxow WAKE KA. -Good^peedV Landing, Conn. THOMPSON, MASnTFACTCBEB ASD DEALEB IH SaxiiMBea, Saddlea, SridlM, WHIPS, TRUNKS, 4c- ^Goodspeed's Landing. SEXTON & CO., COVltUSIOSI UBBeBASTS AXD DEALEBS IS 'rpmnoy uid Staj^ Dry Gooda, Abo, a goaenl assortment of TAILORS^ T H I H M I N G S. No. 20 Asjdom Stnet, Hartford, Conn. C A B n r E T F U R N I T U R E , pulseless he rt that once'beat in all the -J^Tring OlaHM. Feathm, •priM BaiSf Matbtw p. ide of life, and the world moves on as yore, when lie stood an actor on ito stage , another has takeu.his vacant place in the changing acenes, and he is'left to sleep unthonght of I Yet there is one left to cherish Jiis mcmoiy—^his youqg heart's idol, his chosen bnde.f and weary she toils through long and lingering hours to save her boy, the pledge of their early love from jwant! Her faitii is firm, no care of earth, no corroding sorrow can obscure the bright ^limmeriqgs of that heavenly light—her faith in lieaven ; and as of yore, st eve and morning's dawn she bows in prayer, and to the widows God she prays, "Give us this day our dai-ly bread I" It is sununer, the s fltxy sun beats down upm the parched eartii withscordi sun B R O W N A O F U ^ S S , PUBUSl^RSL . . - Bodksel'on and Stationen. ^ii , . ' bums the heat of anger m that yonn^ 81$ Main Street, (comer Asjliini) Hartforf, Concnle hnecahretd I in dHeifsia bnrcoew. Aihs, fgluesnhtleed m, hotihs ehra nd BENTON, canst tliou still the raging tempest : canst :8oap and C a i i ^ Mannfaotnrer, thou hush the wild throbbings of <' 44Hoig8n8t,lorodsweatoftiiegreatBri^, little heart, and calm thy angry boy HARTFORD. CONN. List I sweet words fall ^m her lips, •Ckdi paid for Tallow. AAm and Oioaie the gentle murmurs of the mountain-rill ia cwteage fM> Sofp. heard amidatthe gentle warrinj; of the ncipated spirit whispered as it pass-lsual attraction discovered in a first glance IjJSl JL'SiS^Jw^ away, "For thine is t ^ kingdom^e is sufficient apology for a second-not a P*®®®"***^^*^®^'^* ^^^^ lappreciating hom^e of the eyes,;such as ^ o K ' S ^ J v ^ ^ S S : ^ ^ . . Why do you tiimk that just now, ay —Old Noah B. was, m hia old agn ofticliings.)mu8icallym one corner, but It dear madam r given, when in his xap^ ito l o l i g^ is the old fashioned fire-place with its "Well, there's so maoff doni»i and go- One day his woman" seat him out to blazing embers, huge back log and iron in's on now, to what tliere was cwhen I split wood, Jwit cowing ««Qas;a Ivandly fire^loge, thaf shed a gloiy over the was a gall, that I dedare, a body don't b»jttle he returned home veiy much ^'oU whole roam, frilded the plain and homely know nothin', nohow, out ere in the coun- fosticated," his errand onaooomplished. furniture with its bright and rendered the tiy a man came along last weekhe took Taking a seat, he ooauaenoed with : place a fit type of true New England the senses too—" "Wife—wife, do^you think the Lord, in homes in "ye olden time.® "Ah, indeed r his goodness (hie) kin send ns all into Never were there such apples as those "Tes, sir, he took old Pol^ Smith's fire eyerlwtin'?* No answer from 4iia which swung round and round upon senses clean straight on her, by giving wife, who^as^fafyancensed to find hey strings, before the brightfircof a winter's her glory—glo—glonfform, he .aUed it ;li^elord in such » condition. "Wife, evening,—never such baked potatoes as and arter.he.tOQk out Jier senses, lie am- kin the Lord intend to bom us all in fire .th c)se, buried deo^- in, .the utsh„e s up- on, the pitiatod thef«io or dd soul's thumb,, .wot everhistin' T Mrs. liy this time was hearth,—never such .comstalks asihose she suffered with a hull year. But dear, boiling over with inclign^n, but still no which caught a.golden hue from the bla- oh dear.Pslghed the old 'un, "'taint no answer. "Wife, (hie) so you thinkiUv zing embers, «r turk^s like:those turned use roand liere ^UiaiB^ their jemo, for LordTmeans (hie) to bom (hie) in oflslowly upon a spit, filling the room with folks act as if thqr had no senses to take flre everlastia'!" this was more than savory odors so suggestive of a dainty re- nohow V human patience could endme, and she past. I The agent sloped, aad the old woman could not hold her tongue any longer ; Before the fire was the wooden settee, quietly closed her door. she'dapt^ out if she died for it. "No 1 and here the children were wont to sit in| y^, fo^i^ yer ! not if ho waita for the long evenings, telling stories, crack-| PBOVSRBS FOR THR PBOPUE.—Happy is to q>lit the wood P ing nuts, conning lessons for the morro^^tbe man who has no new boots; hia ooms or listening in silence to the words <mshall seldom trouble him. S^Among the miraculous eacapea wisdom that fell from the lips of their so- Happy is he who can't get trusted ;hc from ^death by the accident on the New periors ;—and anon gazing in silence in- shall have no bills to settle. To^ uid New H»ren Baiboad, on ^ t - to the bright fire and conjuring up all Wise are tiiose who refuse to learn urday, the following, as related by an sorts ol grotesque and fanciful images how t > write ; for they will never be ta- eye-witness, is worthy.!^ notice :—A la-from among the burning coals. Nofa- ken up ioribrge^. dy of genteri aapearanoe was sitting on bled genii with their magic lamps of en-l Honor to him who always opposes tiie the seat fronting the stove^ in the center chan' ment could build such gorgeous pair right ; he wUl be like a lighthouse on a of the first passenger car, huldii^ a veiy aces, or .create such gems as the chilmrocky coast interesting child, perhaps two yean of could discern amid the blazing embers oft Be kind to those y(W know are ungrate age, when the crash came. Sie, with all the oldfashioned fire-place. Iful ; this^fi-prove you to be disinterei* the rest, was thrown promiscuously among And^e must not neglect the chimney corner, wliere sat our grandfather in hisj Lucky are those who always act like accustomed seat—^IIIA hair silvered withiscoundivis ; they are sure of a stone the snows of matiy idnters.—^a venerallj house to live in, and an exalted station man, to whom old^^e had come "frohtily at last but kindly," and whose last days werel Happy are they who always have to go like those of an Indian Summer, serenelon f<Mt ; they do not ride the same road and beantifiilf even till the stars appeared with the beggar. iniiearen. j How pure was the air of the room in| "Will you take this .woman to be your these days! The huge fire-plaoe« with wedded Vtfe.?" said^an Illinois magis-its brisk draught, carried off the impuri-ltrate, to the masculine of a conple who ties of the atmosphere and left the airjstood up before him. pure, lifegiving and healthful. Now we "Wall, "squire," was ihe repty, you cniuch around hot cooking stoves andimust be a green 'un, to ax me such a think it strange that we feel so Bt^pid|question as that ar. Do you think that gaud drowsy of an ei^ening; or jre hn^e I'd be such a.fool as -to go to the bar ' about air-tight stoves and wonder that iiun^ and tske this.gal from the quiltin' the air seems burnt and impure ;or we frolic, if I wasn't oonscriptively s^ain sit down in.diiUy rooms heated by a fur-land detarmined to have her.? Drive on nace, apd marvel that with all our costiylwith yer bizinesa P ? furniture, soft carpets, bright mirrors and ^ ^ ike damask curtains, they are such cheerless Seek not proud wealth ; but such as places, so little like our ideas of a New thou mayst get justly, use soberly, d s- £n^land hogio. jtribote cbeadvlly, and U^ coatiBatedjy. the seats and passengers ,to..llie IriMiit'of the car. The shock was .^so sevefeitbat she dropped the child, and on recovering fr.)m the mass of ruins was unable for some time'to find any traces of it, and sup-pc «ed, of lourse, \t had been killed. She b^gt d of thoK about her to asmt hw in finding "the dearest tveaaure she bad«Q» earth,"—and none present rafiiaii to^com-ply with her i^uest fRia Taiaawae carefolly examined,^ and after a short seasdi the child was ifqpnd under tha stove, whiehihad also 'been turned over, carefully, protected by one of the seats. One tiand had in some way come in conr tact with the-stove, and was alightiy burned, .but otherwise the diild was stored to-its almost frantic mother upp harmed. I ^ A putarid acoe throat prevaila-aa an epidemic, in Canterbury. A few daya smce, ei^t diildrai in onefamify di^ with the dreadful disease and there wap nmcb eiciteinent in ooaM^i|i;M "iViiiidl"
|Title||East Haddam journal, 1860-02-04|
|Subject||East Hadam (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no.1 (Apr. 9, 1859) -v. 3, no. 24 (Sept. 28, 1861)|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut Libraries|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.E15 J68|
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l o n t i u i t
R. H. BLODaSTT, Fublidier. PER ANNUM IN A B F J J f OB
VOLUME 1. EAST HADDAM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, l«6a. NO. 44.
(SiHst iaddam Jounmt,
B. H. BLODOER, PiiUiAw.
The JOURNAL is published every Satnrda}
dfioniiug at EII«t Iladdaiii, Conn., and wiU be leil
at tiie rusddeiioe of subscribeis in both Upper and
Lower Landings at 25 per year in advance, or
5(1 at the expiration of the year. Subscribers
who reb4nve their paper at the office or by mail, $1
per year iu advance, or $1 25 at the end ol the
R A T K S O F A O V E R T I S I N a .
One square, one week .....#1 00
:liach saltsequent insertion 25
•One square 2 months 3 00
One tK|uare 3 months 4 00
^Oue square « nkontlis 5 00
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