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C a d R. H. BLODGETT, PnUiflher. T E a M 8 r - $ l , 0 0 P E R A i m U M I N ADVANCE VOLUME 1. EASR HADDAM, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, I860. NO. 52. (last Saddam Journal, B. H. BLODGm, VaUidMr. The JouKXAL U ^bliahed eve^ Satarday norainjir at East HaMam, Conn., and will be left ^ the rerideuce of rabaeribeit in both Upper and Xower Laadinga at f 1 26 per year in advance, or at tke'expiratm of the year. Subscriben will rceire their p a ^ at the olBce or by nudl, f 1 ^peryearinadranec, or $1 25 at the end ot the .^ear. KATES O F AD VERTISINQ. One square, one week |1 00 Each aabaeqaentinwrdon 25 One aqnare % noiiths S 00 'OneaqaareSaKNitha 4 00 One square « months. S 00 One «qaare one jcar 8 00 q i y AUberal dedoetion wlU b% nade to thoM ' who advectiaetjtlM year. BOOK AMD JOB PBIKTINGinaUIti branch-es, ezeented with aeatnite and ^Aspateh, «nTea •onaUe temui JONA, T. OTiATITB, Attoniey and Odnniwilnr at ^ w . AND NOTARY FUBt.lC, Goodspeed's Landing, EAST HADDAM,CONK. W. A t t o r n e y andGoimielor a t IAW Aad OommlMkmer oftlM Sapetior Cpnt. tfOLGilESTEB, COXN. C. S. GLADWIN, Ck>nstable and CoU^tor. OOee with J. T. Cfaefce, Ki«n East Haddam, Cona Booikii Job and Card Srintiiig OF EVERY ASCRIPTION Ezecated with neatne^andon reasonable terns, at this office. TRUMBUIiL HOUSE, BY D. A. ROOD, . 48 State Street, HABTFOBD, dOHV. N OLMSTED CHAPMAN, <lrgaiiist and Veaeher of ICiude. Bast Haddam, Conn IMMMH ttbsOdM goivarlalM Mfw tiM. iMldeaeM oir papiU or at Us moms ToW. KH. Tes tfioa art mine! The word is siwken, Whidi binds onr hearts and fates foreTcr; May those dear ties remain unbroken, Itat fondly twine, till Death shall sever. And rnvM Death sever f Has it power To rend those dearest bonds away f Oh yes, but o'er Uiat mortal hMr, There shines a neTer-dying lay. Tis that blest ray, so brightfy beamiiw, Whicb cheers our lonaly p thway here ; "Tis that bri^tiay of HeaTen's ownglmmini Which dnes away die mourner's tear. BeHpon is that radiance, throwing Itdeeted love from Heaven^s own light; Ititt giorious star, which, erer glowing, Bftdgenoe b^ms, o'er Deaths dark night Then let Death sever I But his power Is stii^leas, for Chiist died tosate; And we mil trast Him in that hour. Nor fear the dark and hMiely grava t <Hi -nay a ha^y bHssful meeting Be ours, where parting b no more; And may we both unite repeating Praise to the Lamb, for evermore I HOHngton, Ct IiOirilA. ' ' ' X a e d i B g a t t M l ^ t f i t e i M i f t j^ J "Will you do it Fanny V "'Yes, with all m^ b e ^ I and yoa, Jeiny, wiliyou join in uiy rash scheme, (as brotlier Hany would say) and consult thai Fates as to your future weal cr wue ? Hag^rls! toking my name in vain are yoa ? And LOW I must know what this rash sdieme is. Thus ^k^handr some Hany Seymour as he interifupted our nierry trio as they -wre deciding to visit the old Fortune Teller at the fuot of thehUI. "Say, what's up now V '^b, we are going to see dd Mag and hear our fortunes this afternoon ; would you not like to go 7 as it is Leap Tear, I'll give ypu an invitation brother ihine, and i am Bare Kate will add hers too.* "Well, tell w^t you are going for flrstr "Why to have «nr fortunes told, to be tauK." "Now you know girls, that not^ one of yon liave the least confidence in'what that old intch will tell you." "Well,Sir Uariy we are going out of hirioBi^.,i said Kate. " C a ^ y !1 thought yon at least, Kate, was free l ^m that bane with which 1 know y « u r ^ is cursed ; but it seems] am mistokta, said Hany. Kate's fece colored crimson, -atthis aomewhat mde speech ^ Untt the next mo-ment she WM as cdm as ever : save a And now let us take a peep at'our gra-} As night is coming on, we will loave that piomptek you to turn fitom your ces' who are seated in the Sybil's hut at them, and proceed to the house of Mr, path, to listen to our conversationr-admit the Utot of the hill, and who aro informed Seymoar, viiere we find thefasaily gath- your curiosity, to carry you wen farther by the little maid "that she who wouW ered around the tea-table. than the women—fw I flatter ayielf that read the future must meet Mag the proph- "Say Hany, do you know who that few woul^ stoop mUtm. In : you etess alone." And who dares do i t ! handsome stranger was that Kate was must acknowledge that yoa "^wtt Jmnv'fi «heek U a ^ e d evra whiter riding with this afti^moon ? As they rode ai Oe tkrim of enriosUjf ! glimpseof h ^ andif Yes, Kate,I ^ . o w M g e i t. such a thing; but Kate, the daring*Kate, you bdieve me, giana of his qres tet sei^e it all. Only forgive n» for I can. exclaims: 1 will meet her atonJin her ^ ^ • ^ . TIT-gloi3'! and passed from their sigTit j and that» stranger has » to ^ w . That hair Aeirhea-tabeatfaaier and tho moments the G House, and registered hw ring, where did you get itT «« Somers ; SiidMr. Sey- "I will tell you. The momingafter our S t e retu™ w^th^ tJSnticS s^le mour ; sol think it must be the same virt to the Fortune TeUer- Fannv sev-t ^ h i T l ^ r J T i f f t l L T u t I S one." ered a curl fiom your devoted head, when pr^ion whidi rested MI her fair brow. foolish enough to uld woman affect me -"Then it must be of Hanys, ugly creai interest" "But Fanny, I shall lEROt to be tied" it is •Well, you have your sucoess." •^ut I want sometbii wishes, I want your "It does not seem e: traitor to one's own Kate, I will do anythi .,,|rait for any " "^liSvcr." Urishesfor will arrange matters." W. M. SMITH, OEAUa IN Dry Goods, Oxoceriei, Froviatons Tlou, Feed, .lajati, Oil Czoekeiy Wait, Favir, CoKFEcrioHEaT, te. . Goodqieed'a Landing, East Haddam, Conn. G. E. & W. H . GOOLl^PEEG, WHOLESALB AHD anjdL OXAUU M OroceiieaillryCtooda, Froviaioiis Goodspeed's L a n ^ , April 16,18S9. J . ATTWOOD, ii OEALKa IS Jteady-BEade Clotbing, Bootv4uid •haes, OsatoFanishiag Goods, Hats and C^ps, DBOGS, AKO MWICUiKS fATlffiT ltKDICIXES, -rKB-nmsaT, SCHOOL BOMU, fcc. Oooiipeed'a Laa&ig, Conn. Fanny. These 'iords of creation" think which wight before. not have W n seen there iiota wcakiiecs. Godislovo. Love God seen aad heai<d 7 ~ < love everybody, and eyerything. Teach next morning, Kate recieved ayo«rchildren to love the r ^ , the robm «TI . „ w«„ - . n t W n P^ckago and note f r ^ Hany. What is to low their parents ; to k>ve their G ^ . "Then you g e n t l m e n ^ p o u R e l v t t find Pan^^^^ Harry^s curls ^he blood tiding btck to her Let it be the studied object of tbewdo-rtatyouarefree from the "curse» said one h ^ and a pair of scissors m the p t h - « , , d leaves her cheelT^.rlcss as "nestic culture to give them warm hearts T . u i . ^ .u X r X 1 er ; while H a i ^ IS sleeping on in bUssful^ rtihs 7 Has she gone a step too far ? ardent affections. Bhid your whole auL"Y es. I thank my Bta» that l a t least .gnToisn temve^noiln hgi. s lIons so. ne of Mr Benton's Tearili open the nJL, L reS^zXat sIk; ^niily together by these strong con^ "Come.girls" said Jeniiy, I fear ,there splendid parTors, you will find Harfy seat- j " bjick afi h e r " l e t t e r e ' k w ^w 'etc ^i&on is love, love to god, love to man, wilnotj^inuchtoour fortunes if we do ed by the side of K a t ^ Watch those ^JS dSkirghTs in r S u r S ^ ^ ^ ^ .K not go soon ! deep blae eyes of Hariy's one moment, THE iittlAair rinir on IMR FINLW and MOTHER.—How sweet is the recollection "Then you too are goiw 7 see the expression as he views that little tendertirain- "Yes, Gousm Hwry, I do not pretend hair ring on the tliiid finger of date's S t f h S J ^ i n a i^n r j ^ k whi^rre^SL- "'g ' t^^'^t to a mother this to be any bettei tlwi the restofmy sex, snowy hand ; and wonders where it came confided, if it were only I plead guilty to that baneful thing, "cu^ from—is quite saw that he nsver gave it - - ^ trab Kniirbt should, and^nlain delicious pleasure of musing upon iosityT' and « s h e said this a look of pain to her ; and ho Hhinks (egotistical crea- -ourselt KatL 't after many long years of struggle with flitted across the face of the violet^yed ture) perimpsit w that Igck ol my hair, ^ W e w f l l n o t s a y t h a t K a t e h a d n o m i s the cold realities of life. Wto is t h ^ Jenny. and she has takea this means to preserve thatlonir summer dav—ft»r b v " recurring to the yon have sligbted <mr invitatien, it ; twd then it flaslies across his mind, fi,^ wandered about the house, of his infancy ai.d youth, gilded brother Haqy, we must leave'you to your own s i ^ t thoughts," said Fanny. that he had never given her any; besides the hair was much darker than his, and SAMUEL. C O O ^ MaimfiKtnrer and Dealer i a ^ kmds of < 3 A 3 X i r E T F U m K I T U a E, Xaaliageiaiiss.Ka>llun.lpriafBois,aattMi. CLOCBB, woon and wvuiow WABB KC. Goodspeed's Landing, Conn. H. THOMPSON, lUBIjrACTUBBa AMD PKAUm IK Saddles, Bxidlea, WHIPS, TBDNK8, KC-Gooiipeadls Landing. BOL.L.ES, SEXTON & CO. comiHioa macHAaTs am DBAIM la T9aoy and S t a ^ Bry Gooda. HM«,. - Abo, a geaenl assortment of T A I L 0 B 8 ' T B I M M I N 6 S. No. 20 Asylum Street, Hartford, Conn. BROWN JB OROSS. PUBLISRFBS, B o o k s e l l a n and StattonexB, l y p Street, (comer Asrlnm) Hartfoid, <Conn GHARIiES BENTOM; Soap and Candlo Manufiiotaw, 44 MorganSt, lOrods wcstof the great Brifce, HABTFOBI). CONN. I^Caah paid for lUlow. Ashes aud Crease taKco u exabai^ for Soapi me will in^ire more parti( their characters. Fanny and tbemc : "Woman's Cariosity." I aapposestie intends to keep him all to could not help yourself; "veiy likely you Next went Faimy/btttsherelamed the hen^f, for I have oft^ heard her say would U you could, but tfy^^ wuld'nt samecai^ieelaafciingiiri ;so whatever t i i ^ ^ with dark haw ajd eyes ai.d how could you 7--and I haditmadeinto dip <vhil miffkt wSi it troubled her handsome teeth, would be her beau-ideal, a nng. she had changed H«tly So«e« immediately transferred J e i n ^ J S i r e S Xr S Fanny, casting sidelSig his attention from Kate to Fanny, and Ae m i r n ^ l t t e m i ^ ^ ^ » more thego.Mipei.ple of M- looked omin- S n ^ T s M l ^ ^ H o ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ usuaUy s u n ^ face ojs. Aa the autumn l e ^ sively it provls that "S^doeth all things than the occyon s e e ^ to d e m ^ . there was a double wedding m the church wpII » fiir AmU TMinv liftve kntfim what -^^er tea, Harry might have been seen un the hill. - r f e w s t o S W n t r J ^ h a ^ ^ ^ ^ by a domestic tillO tuhre geeanrtllye sJpenriniy« violeftcsd edbthto«yol^mdeady inir davB3e«ble that she had gone out to waik. on her grove. » W wnh, for On his way home, while thinking how Hany wishes to say to his bachelor f T ^ ^ ^ Z f ^ unusual it wis for Kate to be out walk-friends, that they had better setile down, "l-an^?! h o ^ Ao i^t «h«*nW could be, wfoorn odfe rcinogu rwseh oi d^ihee wr ocuolmd pnaont iobne and become sober Benedicts like himself; tingB of that i^ijijijr'alone at that hour^:—a murmur Ovriosily" or they may be obliged to ad- W f I and, Kate's musical, ringing mit that the sterner sex have quite as his ear J coming from the much, to ^ d i S t i o a of the old Hm. What was it Ibat pronpted him to s«oAfEteNn hhiiss ffoooottffaallli.; 'TIS HOMKWHEWTW Ham ^ - T h e r e jy ted. Ill give yon lea^ltofpayhun with men who seam to think that direction, from whence came the voices Not eario^ surely free from ttal bane 1 Qh no I Hany was >B weakness. They will return from a As he drew near the jouney and meet their families with a 'old trysting'pkce : lo ! what a sigiit distant digbity, and move raong tlwir J met his gaae ! Kate seated on the rustic children with a cold and lofiy splendor more than good ^^ dark-eyed stranger by her of an iceberg surrounded by its broken . side^hisarm thrown c a r e l e s s l y a r o u n d fragments. There is h ^ l y a m o r e un-ly ngbt to turn ^aist; and those soul-thrilling eyes natural sight on e u ^ thuu one of those but for you, ^ ^ lovingly on her.-wno nev- familiea without a heart Wto that has . J looked half so beautiful before ;—and experienced th J joy of tTOiid«K«P, and Then meet me u n d e i ^ •BUn,' and we flariy—yes, Harry is actually listening ! values sympathy and m>t and beware and not prate of "Womai^s any indulgence in an affectionate feeling "I)ear'Kate,I think tliis country swain rather lose all that isbeautifalin n^nr^s «« J of yours, mu^t he almost a barbarian Taoenery, thw be robbed the hidden "Yes here's my hand oii that, you da^ h^iMi the moustache. treasures of the heart 7 Who woald not 1?? ' 1 ^^^^ "Let us say no mi.re of him, Huntley ' rather bury his wife than buiy his love that good-for-nothing brother of mine. «^nnio Jean" and we'll go wr her 7 Who would not rather follow uoiuc. children to the grave than «ntorab M • . 1 1 . Oh Hany I Hany I the leaves srem to Ws parental afiec^n ? CheriA th« never h e a r a n y your hearts ^ t affectooos. Indulge m good of themselves.' As may be sup- the warm and gushing emotions of fina^ i i i L ' i l i ^ i ! rSffS,®®^** to.jjJosedTHa'^^^ ' p a i e d a slW»^nlgh^pai«*ital, and fraternal love. Think it centered la us 'weaker vessels,' but well winW^l^ Rfl^r whai Harre bad i ^ l e in those witching brown ^es, learn Many. A» retmr* ^^ - ^^ ^^ .. ..w «« escort spwng up of I^er char^is. « J and Kate, and at ^ t i w » description of him ? Eyes, iTair and wiH I forgive you." and unto Dust thou w L - h i ^ ^ S f l ' L 5 . 7 J®"® »>etroth^ whiskers cf ravea blackness, and a fonn -Name it, if it ia ^ pass through fire- "Well, father, it S J j ^ i ^ w and as he smiles Not quite so bad « that; £ough H help being muddy # te addres^ her on that nearly worn out you can see that the shining moustadu; may be u hard fou It is this. That %IIKii I go down ^ iia «ot to ooaceal tkfeotiva twtb. yoa ackudwlod^ thai it v a s f ^ m r i a U f l l Km wood* '^StVt unable to fix her attention upon anything A«dnow,^ntle reader, as bur three whose could it be 7 He was not e a r i ^ —^ ^dthisatt ursbo mtheet hcianhgn uenauusiuliabl rihuamd ooccf urhee<r graces have departed to gaze through at all, but still he wondered a veiy little. EvMiinir fonnd Hnntlpv Snmpr then exerted they must affectionateiy as-ihe4nistyveHofthe! futnre% and Har?y And he was kept wondering for that ^ S l if their avoid-lies on the grecMward building cast es, night, aid mai^y succeeding ones. Kate's d ug ™ -nd fascinatinir con- ®y® "P®" Mm eken Fanny ; Come to me quickly ^ame a wellSnown step on the walk. P'^'y®" »j^othtfj^ which caused Kat^a heart tc beat faster. « . - ^ GOESSIXO AT HABD WORDS.—A aaiasionar Mr. Seymour, allow m^ to present to ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ p p ^ ^ f^om s flat-boat eousM^Ur. Somen P on the Kennebec, with some tracts, to . K "" Hany could . ^ ^^ not have been more astonished. Then it ^ ^y a shanty. ' "My woman," said the evangelist offering her a tract, "have you the gos-into I have something very important to corn-any ihunicate. Ic haste, Kate, were tiie idolized childrcn of the wealthy Fanny on the reception of the above Willard S^mourwho owned one of tlie note, hastened to see what new plan Kate fineh^ dwelUngs^at grac^ the banks of had been devising, and was. met at tlie _ -a^^gnea men i— . . u u * t. cousin was spending tlis summer witli into her own ^ivate room, and locked ^^ ^een maklnir oi himself gg the heigh4 of the cholera panic restore Zthe r^oseYs to her sow fiided check, patiently" for tame "tIo® disclose^ tTh e ^i m^po^r t mpHiatPlv ^ thn^ h^r mtiAha nt f hhi'ea iansnt^e.'n^ e.d w ihmr-. P®. ' . ' AndnowforKateBeatooonrheroine.!7lbatieeiing. - S^Sd more Hke a T t t e r to "No sir, we haven't," replirf the old She was the only child ^ in*ilge.a pa- On the aft^KKm of the some day, on ^^"e^rmaie^^^^^ the road lei^ing to M might have time he arose to go, bidding Kate remem- ^ * ^ ^ Jr!Il been seen Kate Benton oa one of the ber her engagement with him the next A Gooa 'iw.-Beiug in a mechanic's ^ t S S ; " miHc-whitesteeds yourej«s evening. ^^ shop the other day an uicfain came in, his J^f^^^ their ever beheld-his proudly arching lieck, Ai3iow thlTKateand Hany were d ^ covered with mud. His father ob-vpar A r t h / »'er and dainty St® seemed to tell that he was alone, what has he te say for himself 7 serv ing his dirty plight, said to him f ^ ^ R ^ t w - f conscious of the freight of loveliness heWlw, fall on his knees and beg Kate's "WUiiaiu, my son, how came you to ? t t ^ ^ ^ darkpaS;ninthemost.humble mauL-lel-muddy your drewso?" LhLd e S f W ^ i on?'? I'P sweeping habit, and the jaunty cap, did liqg her what he had seen and heard un- The boy stopped a moment, then look- ^ i d t h M X ^ a r f l L ^ r ^ ^ ^ peerlessKate. But we have d « the old Elm ;ofwhat conflicting feel-ing his father i S t S m Wo^k neglected the handsome stranger ings of love, jeilouqr, and revenge, his asked- ^ ^ ^ child Kate, npened into a stiU lovelier who.is her escort, andS hawllh Io gsieveem sy osuo b ^^Wm elhl aHd abney£ S teoyrmn o^urri,t ho.n one condition . ""PFaotshte r, Twhhea Bt ialmi' eIj Mma^d "JD urt thou art with the recollection of a motiier's love and tenderness ? And how many have t f f t return" list, how can I rains on ue?' stairs and get I
|Title||East Haddam journal, 1860-03-24|
|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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C a d
R. H. BLODGETT, PnUiflher. T E a M 8 r - $ l , 0 0 P E R A i m U M I N ADVANCE
VOLUME 1. EASR HADDAM, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, I860. NO. 52.
(last Saddam Journal,
B. H. BLODGm, VaUidMr.
The JouKXAL U ^bliahed eve^ Satarday
norainjir at East HaMam, Conn., and will be left
^ the rerideuce of rabaeribeit in both Upper and
Xower Laadinga at f 1 26 per year in advance, or
at tke'expiratm of the year. Subscriben
will rceire their p a ^ at the olBce or by nudl, f 1
^peryearinadranec, or $1 25 at the end ot the
KATES O F AD VERTISINQ.
One square, one week |1 00
Each aabaeqaentinwrdon 25
One aqnare % noiiths S 00
'OneaqaareSaKNitha 4 00
One square « months. S 00
One «qaare one jcar 8 00
q i y AUberal dedoetion wlU b% nade to thoM
' who advectiaetjtlM year.
BOOK AMD JOB PBIKTINGinaUIti branch-es,
ezeented with aeatnite and ^Aspateh, «nTea
JONA, T. OTiATITB,
Attoniey and Odnniwilnr at ^ w .
AND NOTARY FUBt.lC,
A t t o r n e y andGoimielor a t IAW
Aad OommlMkmer oftlM Sapetior Cpnt.
C. S. GLADWIN, Ck>nstable and CoU^tor. OOee with J. T. Cfaefce, Ki«n
East Haddam, Cona
Booikii Job and Card Srintiiig
OF EVERY ASCRIPTION
Ezecated with neatne^andon reasonable terns,
at this office.
BY D. A. ROOD, .
48 State Street, HABTFOBD, dOHV.
N OLMSTED CHAPMAN,
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