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&. H. BLODGETT, ^WUknc. . IC - • ' = TERMS,--$1,C0 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE VOLUME 1. EAST HADDAM, ISATLI^AY> MARCH 3, I860. NO. 49. ! •\<ir • • • (Sast Saddam Journal, S. H. BLODeSII, PiUiilMr. Tlw JovKXAL is pobliahed every 8»tiird«} •mrning at East Haddam, Conn., and will be left at the reridenoe of subscribeis in both Upper and Lower Landings at $1 26 per year in advance, or M at the expiration of tlie year. Sabacribers who recNve their paper at the offiee or by mail, | I ^ y e a r inadvanee, or $1 25 at the end ol the J*^- R A T B S O F A D V E R T I S I N a . ^ne square, one week |l 00 Each stAaeqneatinsertieB SS OTO square 2 monilu..., S OO One iqaare 8 mondis 4 00 Oae flquare 6 months 6 00 Hmt sqvaire «Be year 8 00 t f y A liberal d«idoction mil be made to those •who advertise by the year. BOOK AKD JOB FBIKTIK6 in aU ita brsnch -M, executed with neataess aM dbpatch, on rea :«ODsble temw. I my home a day. 1 ethers it may be, —Some warbles in MEETS OKE AT THE DOOB I never leave m; Howe'er with Bat what I get, when I get back, Welcoming smile and hearty smsek. That makes me love still more snd more The wife that meets me at Ae ddor. Her dre s is always neat and clean— • pretty wife, and yet. not vain— And when she rings my favorite song, How sure I am a msn is wrong Who weds not—to be rich or poor— A wife to meet him at the door. In social hall, her smiling face bi every heart wins qiuck a place ; The gayest hid that walks the green, Will tip his hat when die is seen. And hopes to meet when teens are o*er, Just such a wife at his own door. J O N AW T. OTiARKf;. . A t t o n e y axidOoiuiMlor a t i i a w. A N D N O T A R Y P U B L I C, Goodspeed's Landing, EAST HADDAM, CONN. W. H. KEIiSET, Atloniey and ComiMlor at IAW Aad CtanMaaer of the Bapeilor Cout GOLCilBSTEB, CONN. C . S - O L A D W I N , Constable and Collector. <Mn wiA X T: Cteke, East Haddam, Conn Booik^ Job and Card Fxinting OF EVERT DESCRIPTION witii neatness-andoa teasimable tentta,j at this office. enthusiastic benedict taus praise of T H E W I F E THAT The.Ap^Bee» oi^She Biter Bit Plates of apples, b o ^ of apples, bas-kets of apples, wash^bs of applro ; a table on one sidmc^ the room, and lo?^ benches on other ; knives enough to have battered an army wooden trays to reeeivV the apples wlieii )eeled, quartered and looted ; floor shin-ing as if polished ; fire idancing as if in or a drunkard. tice cuh eeuk , ^d eepeni•n ug iin A few mornings since, just as the car^ made one think of i TRUICBUIX HOUSE, B Y D- A. R O O D , 48 gtrtoStteot, HmTOBB, COHH. K O L M S T E 1 3 C H A P M A N , flrfSBist and Seacher of BCnile. East Eaddam, dona LMIM g lw t ft* nMnem ofpnplb or at «tthaOdrtaaHooM. W. M. S M I T H , SEALER IH Dry Goods, Grocekies, Provinont tlonr, Feed, PaaOs, oa Cntkery Wue, FSCR, COKFECNOHERT, &C. Goodqwed's Landing, East Haddam. Ck>nn. E L ^ W . H". O O O D S P E E D , WHOLESALE AVO KETAIL J>EALEB> IH Gzoo«riei,Itey Ctooda^ Froviiioiis n M r , I « b w , X i d ^ , O i l i , VaxaishM, Ikpv Meagfiegs. Goodspeed's Landing, April 16, 1859. . J . AT'J'WOOJL>, DEALER IK Soadj-Made Clothing, Booti and .IfeMS, M i FteaisUaff Goods, ^ a U Caps, MUROI, AW MEDICUIES FATEKT KEDICIXEI, RR-RQILERT, MBOOL BOOKS, KC. Goodspeetfs LatMSng, Conn. in a silent bus- Compound odur noe pies, roast ing—secretly anticipation ; hou tie pervaded wi of Idaf-cake. crullers, pig, chicken?, sausaj Mrs. Uitei* supei „ excited and meekly triun^apt. Old Di-nah in a cheerful statti of indecision about the pickles and h<Hiey—being quite unable to tell whether t ^ pick! as shouUl be on the right of Jie butter and the hon-ey on the left, or vice tarda } and up stairs, DHwrnoNs.—Fishing-The act of a Sybil Utter, in an equally dregful state fool of one species trying to deceive a as to whether her ^hite book-fool of another, not always s u c c e s s f u l ^ Mabel Byrart's double skirt however Jswiss ("all trimmed tiro the sides, yon Stupid Fellow—One who allows hii» P™^ t«nff«e some rest in the course of twenty- »»the eyes of h Giwer, student four hours oflF on a frolic, and S i m ^ Tumipeweet, Friendsl-Your daily associates, who handsome, 8trong-l|ibed, welUo^o wfll do anything butiassist you in dis- beau, of the ^ m t i y . . » oyDii was live icet o' Creature—A beautiful m o d e s t ®y?^'.^'=ck-haired, and girl, who is to poor to dress in the e x - - " " t n ^ i f j of the fMhion. Old Age—A lady who has attained the York, Md if yon did. ys age of twenty-four or five, without hav-» ^ "I vowed that she should one day be my wife," lie continued steadily, "have watchcd her patiently, as she budded in-to girlhood, and stood by, without alarm, while gentlemen pressed forward to pay their court, till a fitting opportunity of-fered. I have seen her eveiy day grow-ing lovelier and more endearing, and a Hervices of one beau, because she had fan-cied he was "the Komebody" referred to in Mabel's charitable speech, and here was the other monopolized entirely by a black silk dress, and a p«ir of brown eyes. Sybil was a bom dip omat, and withont heeding her first thought, which was to sit with Mabel, she walked over to Sim and the strange lady, with whom she ei - thousand times have these words trem-terad into conversatior., feeling thinner bled on my lips, only to be repressed till and poorer than ever ii|,her muslin dres^, I could say to myself, wnh more certain-but persevering bravely, till the apples ty, she loves me. I ask you, now, have I were done, and the signal given for sup- been mistaken ? Will the 1 ttle girl fulfil per. my vow, or not V Sim rose, presented his arm to Miss I don't knoW what Sybil said—for it Dora, as he called 4ier, and walked off was uttered in a tone too low for any^ Sybil sat still, thnoderstrugk, blushing; uiortal ear to hear—but a few days alter, with resentment, and half ready to ciy. Mabel Byrant rushed .n, laboring, appar- Up stepped Mr. Kissany the ^ntleman- entiy, under intense excitement. I^'lawver of the village :(o)r c t w r l t j ''Sybil—^why If^ybil ! Oh! there are ''Miss Sybil, shall 1 have the pleasure?" you f I say, some one just told me yon With some trepidation, Sybil took the were g-iing to" marry lawyer Kissam—is proffered arm, looking shyly up in the it true V grave handsome face at her side. "I am afraid it is,** answered Sybil, Mr, Kissam being thirty years of a ^ , with glowing cheeks had lieen esteemed by Syb.l and her girl "You don't say ? Yonll be a sly puss I friends quite an old^ man and she had But li<tw did you manage to catch him ? never till now discovered w ^ t deep blue He's so solemn 1 never dared to look at eyes fine features, and superb moustache, h.m P •lump, black-the "old man" had. "I didn't try to c: tch him P answered such cheeks Frank and Mal<el sat b:8ide her, and Sybil, indignantly ; "he caught me." to describe Sim and Miss Dora opposke, but Sybil "Oh ! what will Sim say P them in New quite forgoittheir presence, so ibteiested "^liss Dora can console him." . ^ it did slie b ^ m e in Mr. Kissam's conver- "He don't care for her. He told me -'color was ne:- - It^^^was the fiist time she had ever|the other night lie only wanted to pay ln»-iAtnArrv'afnn1 a knavp a 0-3in.liW ther that of abrfckor a vwonillion saucier, talked with a jrefined aiuLgultivated gen- you offforyour fiiriation with Frank Gow ing to marry a 1001, a Knave, a ^^^^^ that oy#r»read the e n -ttlgImf iaiin*—a it^hteh vee"ry? MfirFetf itSimt t^Sh^a^t any man _ It was all regularly planned." centre^' and had ever thoiight it worth his while to en- " VV^hat was piann.d V said Sim. oom- ^ »^cream,andtertain her with common-sense remarks. i»g.in suddenly, had started fronT the depot a gentl.'man Wsses, as naturally as violets remind yo;i More Hian once, before supper was ovei •Oh ! goodness gracious P exclamed his wife, and daughter, were observed, te^-^corals and slie caught. Sim's black eyes looking at Mabel, with a little scream, "I htipeyou distance up the street, running with P*^®""'®! » ^^^^ I said." and she van-great speed toward the depot One cfP^^t* ; feet too little to^.^nentioned (she at all discompo^ by the fact ; and wlien iahed „ ^ , „ the agents of the railroad, or s o m e per-^'o^e I's); and hair of that distracting, Frank asked her to. dance the first qnad- , bybpl, Mabel Byrant told me," said son also observing the efiort of the p a r - ^ ^ ^ ^ that is d l the time es-rille, she accepted with absolute regret ^sini, coming close up to h<.T. "that you ty, started after the train, and succeeded taping from the bandeaux in whit* the "What a desperate little flirt you are, were going lo marry that smooth-tongued in'giving the engineer a 'sign to stop for owners of such heads ar^^jsure: to arrange Miss Sybil," commenced the fascinating Kissam—is it so ?" th« passengers. As it was t h e a c c o m ^ ^ them, and peering out in rlittfe curls and youth. You don't let even the old gen- "Yes," returned SybU cdmly. dation line ^ e train was stopped some spirals, in the most unlodked for and be- tltmen escape. Poor Mr,, Kissam he's 'But, Sybil, 1 love yoa.' ' witching way imaginable. ' fairly caught." , "Do you?" "I doD't understand," returned Sybil, ,, ^ ^ ^ ter. They were aU J)retty much exhaust ber double skirts. &he was tall, fair, blue- sharply ; "I do not consider Mr. Kissam the la^ three yeara. ted by the long and hard run tliey had, eyed, and golden-haired, with a haughty old, audi should never have the presomp- ,, , but they reached the location of tlie train '"outh, a shghtlyrarched nose, dark eye- tion, even if I had the wish, to attempt a . don t spe^ in that way I and by a new effort climbed a s m a l l pi e brows, a self-possessed manner, and a flirtation with him ; but let me tell y«.u, 3 . ? to be mad atout ^ plank close at hand, and stood looking firm determination, to outvie Sybil Utter, Mr. Gower, that he is a most agreeable '"y Dora ; i ut I only did it at the cars, and commenced r e m a r k i n g perish in the attempt. Hence the un-man, and the lady whom he honors w i t h / about her on tlie appearance of the vehicles, expected pink rosettes, that dazzled that big choice may consider herself fortunate," ®ybil. it is not tjw late. Many me yet—I The man gave something like the com-yonng womaii's vision j hence certain "Bravo P said Frank, on h e r r i g h t to Mr. Kisaam. bination of a bk)w and a gvnut, and said, cornelian bracelets adoining, for the first hand. addressing his wife : " W e l l I d o n t t h i n k time, her rounded arms; and hence the tney IOOK so very dangerous, aoyou little sneer with whfch she said to Sybil : "Why, I don't think they do," resp«md- that Swiss muslin wears, it SAMUBL COOK, MannfiKtnrer and Dealer in all laiida of F U R N I T U S E , JMHaf «aMM. Itetkm, tpriaff Bias,KtttiMs. cfcocw. WOOD and wiuow WARE KO. ^Obodipeeffa f aifing, Oona. H . T H O M F S B N, LUMVACNNUH AXD DEAUR N Baddlei, BfMlffff, . WBIP8, TBUNKS, 4e- Coilip»Bfa Laading. BOLLES, BEXTON Ss CO., OOHNNNOA IBRCHAIRAS AKD PHI,—A M Tvaej and Ilry Ooodt. iUao, a genecal asMMranent of T A I L O R S ' TRIMMINGS. Ko. SO A^Uim Street, Hartford, Conn. ed the lady, wiping hbr face; 'they liKik rather, safe and comfortable." La,.mother," said the daMghter, "ain't they-pretty coaches—so many seats and wiudaws,.and£o prettily painted," taking a short breath, a ^ fanning herself with iier handkerchief. "Jump in, jump .in," said the conduc-tor. Oh," said the did gentleman, don't want to get in, tee wanltd to ax them ! A VERT COMMOM NOHCE.—The upper part of this house to let to a small fami-ly," is a veiy common notice. Woi-dsdo not alwpjis express the meaning inten-ded. ^ % A lady caiied to locik at a house where tliere was such a notice—a foreigner, evi-dently. The bargain was nearj^y . struck, wheii the question was put<^. "How sniidl is your family f" "Dar is, madam, eleven of us ; myself, my husband, tnd nine lectle children." "Oh dear, we want a veiy mo//fami-ly." "Tru?, madam. De oldest is only nine; are all vary unall, vary leetle 'chil-dren." JH - "The fire is "I know it, Mr. ,t5reen ; and if you would act wisely, ydu ^ ^ d follow its example." ^ It is unneoeosaiy to add that Green never "axed" to set up with that gal again. B R O W X d; O R O S S , PUBUSRKBS, B o o k s e l l e n and S t a t i o n e n, :S1S Maip Street, (comer Asyliun) Harlfoid, Conn OHABT.TW SENTOir, Jtoap and Candle Manu&ctnxvr, 44 MoiKanSt., lOrodsvcstof the greatBridge, HARTFORD. CONN. larCaA paid for TaUoir. Aaliea aud Gcaase .IIWB iB <#*#ei Sw SwgL looks about as pretty as ever ; but why dou*t you drink vinegar, or eat chalk, or something. Somelx^y said to me the other day, that you alwi^s looked as if yott had been running, and were in a liurry, with that high coloir of yours." Much obliged to somebody, I'm sure, said Sybil, growing rosier still, and run-ning down stairs^ where the fun was growing fast and furious. "Just in time, Sybil," shouted half a dozen voices. We want you to deal out the apples." "Permit me to assist yoa," said Frank Gowcr, gallantly. Sybil cdored and tossed her head. I want no help Mr. Gower ; I am much obliged to you." "As you please," returned the student, coolly; aud twisting his moustache, walked over to Mabel Byrant, who saw him coming, out of the corner of herejf, a^d began to j^ire apples with double a^idnity. Sybil looked around—every one was I aring, coring, and quartering, am:dst .a general xindei-tone of giggle aLd muonur. I Nobody se med to wiint or miss her. dtrank Gower was expiating to . Mabel By- Miss-FJinkins.^ • Old Skinflint of Troy, says the very first time he changes a cent, he intends to do "something for the Oiphan A^- luni Skinflint is the same okl f^>iitleman who squees^ eve^ half dollar be gets hold of, so that you can hear the eagle shriek. A SunBT MISTAKE.—"Excuse me, mad-am ; i n t l would like to ask why you :ook at me so veiy savagely T—"0 beg pardon, sir ! I took you for my husband V £'BTTOMD FACE.—A W; S'lingfton corres-pondent in describing a beautiful young lady, says : "She has a face a painter mi^ht dwell vpoo.* rant on 4he beauties of—Sybil could not hear what, but probably, greening ; and Sim Turnipsweet had not yet at rived. She took a tray of apples and sat^down by good old aunty Marks. "Where's Sim to-night V asked ihe old lady. "I used to kinder think he was a gparkin' you, ^bil. Why, there he ccHnes now—but who's that witii Ihim V £ure enough, who was it ? A city girl of course—noltody else could look like that in plain black silk. A veiyipretty girl, too, with scftibrown haur, and brown eyes. The white muslins shrank away in a comer, and the glory of the pink rosettes faded away altogether, eclipsed by the exquisite propriety of the neat collar and cufl's, and the plain nicely-fitting waist. Frank Gower evinced signs admira-tion, and Sim was eiigroaa^ .fbathe scarcely fimnd tune to say : Good evening, ICiss Sybil." Sybil bit her lips. She bad refused ^e Sybil was wry cnrioua. melted away in the rains of spring ; and "There is one insuperable obstacle." "Thank you," whispered some one on ^''f* ^ the left ; and Sybil bluslied scarlet as Mr. Jlovehim! Kissam's smile told her that she was over without another word, fjgj^^jj The biter was fairly bit. rou"Cnodm" e on," said Frank : balance all „ r> T i u « is j BICH FANCIES—In noclaasshall we find As Sybil,passed him, he whispered : ^ g r a t e r «uberance of famcy, or more H knonw : now,' why you ffigoh t old flu xury, than in thi> thorougli-bred loafer. On went the music and on danced Syb- ago a couple of indi^dnals il. The next time she passed, he con.ple- this geims being seated in a nook near the sentence * a whart ct which a Cahtomia bound ves- "Fornew. Mr. Kissam has a smooth tontrue" " ^ gold--as neither ot thetwam S^ii did not seem to hear. She had possessor of a single red cent-discovered, to her surprise, that she cared themselves wishing not an iota with whom Frank or Simeon 'o!; P^C' us metal talked or danced ; and when the evening liV**® w i w.s over, quite Ibrgoi t.. wonder, wl.o gold I washed I had, and Miss Dora was, or how Frank liked Ma- ^ ® n , . * bel's double skirts, in thinking whethex .. ''Well," said the in Jvidnal appealed to^ Mr. Kissam would call, or whether he ^ would only pass h. rwith a bow and a . ,, smile, as hJfad always done when they u . a t ' ^ l ' d e ^ f t i Mr. Kissamdid call-not onlv once or twice, bnt again and again ; till the vil-P"* she'd sink~and all lage began to w.mder what on earth took ho«e ..eedles to be wore out making bags liwyer Kissam up to Mrs. litter's so of- ^ P^'®' Be sai.dJ .I. t was Xto Vhn'n g up a ,b oo, ^ or G^ IRL^S^ I^S ^OB^E GON,^—^^T h e p a p e r^s s a y^ the r e a newen^aving, w a bouquet to Miss ^ ^^^^^^ ^ ^ J bybil, who blushed, now, at the very ^ ^^ere are plenty of ladiesi mention ofhis na.^e-and so the wmter ^ ^^^^^ ^^^ one warm thawing, spli^hy suo.^ftxe r shtoerayd s^, npdu fnfeodn swevit^h inho tohpes nipn^ trh-e^ bybdlound herselt on the e d g e ^ a ^^^ j^f ^^^ small-Sized lake of muddy water, a i ^ r . ^^^ ^hey are scarc- Kissam close behind her. ^^ diamonds, and far mor.- valuable ; "Permit me to help you," said the Rw- better than gold, and safer to tie to than yer, politely ; and taking her in his arms, the best State siocks. carried her across, .^he gave a little shriek ; he smiled as he looked down at There is no need of stealing an um-her. ^ brella—one can be got withcut. "Miss Sybil," he s ^ , mud-puddkv Take your stand in the doorway on a puddles and I hav<esometliing in common, rainy moviiing. When yon see a man years ago, when I firsi came to the \illage, I met a girl, alxiut twelve year.- of age, con.ing from school, and hesitu-ting on the verge of just such a puddle. I carried the little plnmp n»sy beauty across, as I have done you, and vowed— lave you any curiostiy to know what I vowed V If blushes expressed curiosity, tl«:. coming along with a nice silk article, step )nt, and SJ y to him, "S'r, I beg your par- Ion, you have my umbrel a." Jn nine ca-es ont of ten he will int'tantly surrender t. Hi»w does he know it waj pot you he tole it from. Why docs the House of Representa-ives sit eveiy day ? Bi cause a house di-vided against itself jcaooot •taod.
|Title||East Haddam journal, 1860-03-03|
|Subject||East Hadam (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no.1 (Apr. 9, 1859) -v. 3, no. 24 (Sept. 28, 1861)|
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&. H. BLODGETT, ^WUknc.
. IC - • ' =
TERMS,--$1,C0 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE
VOLUME 1. EAST HADDAM, ISATLI^AY> MARCH 3, I860. NO. 49.
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