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V I I . E ^ S T H E R T F O R D , COISrisr., F aV H l^ E ' Under this b6iul will be fouiid ev err wevlc tlie , words o f ■OBte popular aon];. ’ In tbU ni'jnber 'WIBglTO , ; REMEUUKANCE. I’ll not forint thee, dearest, tbopgh a wanderer lu .e a n nm toenM and aofter cUinee 1 atray, will make tby fond renieuibraiice . fitttder, 1 ^ 1 think o f tU e when fiir away, Wkan ini the. eadeat boura. the luneliest* I dnMOMt,< ■ . I'll tU n k of th a t pare lip aud that p ^ e brow,: And itfwill make my heart leap light when j WMWieat, • To dream of th a t bright eye w h e re o e rl go, 111 not fbrget thee, deareat, when we're parted, Haafmi—iy knows i f e’n a g i ^ we meet, Ye| wi^iuviug, aud,wcary-bearted, Tbjr°iiiem6ry <^eaKst ever will bo aweet, ! ik n iM tlM /M a ^ a n ttie , '>irea1th’k^ soMevf blos- Powera l^UNid M>«at, ah, who wonld not resign To kno%i*Iiii^lii^2« s(»rined- 6i th a t "fair boaom. To caUJ^qjeprSbat «Boi^hau|i]i)f.thine. Uut thou’i t forgel me, softer voices aighiug Into thine ear love’s witchery will breath, ▲udnokaltietaMly iby 1 ^ re ly in g . For blighter, ayes .tlyr w g e l smile will wreath^ When in the JoyoM throng fair forms are glauc ■ *»*i ■ ‘ ' ' WkoK «bMka are Auhed and hearts are lig b t^ with glee, When in each eye lpTjs,hopo andjoy »re dancing n o n wilt listt^ei-T^hou’lt noi ram«miter m^^ -T4l»fin«tkee well, whatWof fikte attending, What'er of ftfei; or Joy BMiyehanoe to me— ▲ad whan of me all memoiy hath perished. I f ehaaoe M e^DM i t m j , thou hearest my i 1 ^ —^ho Uiovghts of thM has Ont~<itt fc^y-jryet Aver^rip' the sama, / TBE HAnKH MriATON.; “ Awak* 1 you are in danger!” Th«'#«rdb «Mk¥ <6 o f e*n in^he midst of a pleaaant dream of home. / lMai9^ t | l 7 i|SmiM^M9i my lnnk,,and rM l n r , out the «pm-kin n i nreref m front of my tent, ■tood apfjjlft y h ^ j f ri>» 'TriiTi) in some of .oar latM'^BM, '^9ol4r pat to shame aqme :i;M ji^ a t /iraBjher bfiau- “-Wbati^ the matter f ’-aaid 1, as soon as I ooald oommand my toice. billt are infeetod. with rollers, ,and they will aoon bie upon you.” “ Bow know yP« that?" aaid I, when Ao'had ceaaedipeakio);. “ I km the Ueutenont’a dfinghter, and the q^ae«»*f'the iMlildttU/’ proudly. ':me'queen ‘ bf the band, could you not eitmlkand the meA not to t d u W i s t f ^ M r * ' i j ^ d | . • I ^ - > '“l%e biptkin dve^les me wneii a case like youra cornea before the band. Hark! Tk(9(wt4IIR>a|ir«pnoKirQiucki Secure your gold, and follow me.*' X hastened. k> ppi^y, and in a moment was at hn Um ai^B. Motioning me to follow, she sprang into the ^shis Aiit^skiHed' the rear of the atream where I had encamped. , i ■ iWmf. ciiuld ^ iid y > bedr tbe' robbers as they proceeded to my tent In a moment a •ekfill scream echoed thro^tf^^ hills, ppd* was an^^red, from efra yoar%ght,”^ said tbe senorita. 'Bhm'ae#iHikk«a^s, stioutsi and. the sound of-«Inigle came to oar ears for the BOt ltCi Ainilt«is. Then all wu still, ex- .eeptvar and anon, the loud blast of a bugle, whiA wsp bpiyie .to oar ears by tbe f Andlkk’ ’wen rltafrying on—but where? *‘Xadf«. wbeneabouts > ar^ you; leading iw k ^ , aftet- w^ ’had--jou^tiey^ for p^h«p« % quarter of an. bour. There is a large op the mountain— J,a» Iw^lM yog thert And you W harkT ah^ exc^imed altera pause; “ob senof, you are lost I» They hare plwed bloodhounds upon our Nearer and nearer came the yell of the hoanda. TIitiy are almost ota ine. I cock- •d mj retolimoad Aw^ed the onset A moHiMtvaore, s a«d. two stout, hirge hftnpfia boanded ftom tiie cover , into my ^^he fint had Almost reached me when eraok': went» chauberof my Derringer, and was silenced forever. The other i on* made a Innge at me. I tbe trigger of the second chamber, b ^ a dall.clii^wM all I heard. The cap bad beeome wet, and the charge would not go 9I; anJbeforel could try another charge tbebloodthirsty beast was opou me. Dodging his leap, his teeth fostensd in MisbMldm rlalMBHted^o me my knife him; fant bafewfcauM do so, a sharp dsek. detwetod imihiB night air, and the monster dropped to the "round, shot dead by the hands o f the lovely senorita. 'I h«d ho more th a n picked myself from the ground th a n a tram p lin g in the wood told, plain as words, th a t my pursuers were on hand. I p ip k ^ up my pistol. I was about leav iiig 'ttie wood when the head pursu e r sprang into fiew. , ..^ e .s a i r th e Ktateof affairs, and yelled : • ‘**Kre,- boys 1 tir e !” In s ta n tly , a ra ttlin g volley o f bullets came whistling over our heads, and the per iisaa^wbb h ad . commanded them to fire, with a loud yell, reeled, an d pitched headlong to the ground. ‘*Sy fa th e r ! oh my father !’’ Bhrielced the senoriia, and fell fa in tin g on his lifeless form. ‘'T ak e him meu, take him I Curse th a t j she devil I how came she here ?” exclaimed | ih e c aptain, coming up a t th is moment. 1 I felt very sorry for th e . senoriia, and I would^ iify e done a ^ l,/h |' ^ly jiower to have h*elpea her, b u t th e d anger was more immi^^nt to 'm y se lf.' I codked my mvolver, ahcl sent tiic charge into tbe breasr o f a rod-ber, th e n tu rn e d and ra n for my life 1 had ra n , perhaps, ten rods, with a pack I o f the robbers almost upon me, when a form sprang up in th e p a th before me, and presenting a carbine, said : “ Hold on 8 tra n t;e r: d o n 't be so fast. I f you do, look o ut for a h a rd dinner, in the shape o f an ounce o f lead in yo u r bread b a sk e t I t won’t go down your th ro a t either, llo ld on, blame you I” ‘‘I 'h a t’s It Dan—give him th u n d e r !” exclaimed the c aptain, coming up a t th is moment. I saw th a t it was all up with me. b ut determined to die game. I had four chambers of my revolver l e f t ; two o f tliese ^ n t into tb a y e llin g b a u d—and th e others missed fire. i‘ T a k e h im alive, men !” yelled th e capta in. In a mbfnent more, I iwas bound h and and foot, a t t^e. mercy o f . the ro b b e r cKief and h is b and. I bad little, to expect biit' evil. “ l a k e h im .to the s^o n g h o ld , and throw him into th e black dungeon I” yelled the c a p ta in ! I n a^inomeht, 1 was picked up by four stout, £ ris ly robbers, and conveyed to the stronghold. Pe rh ap s, e ig h t rods from the main cayern, was ano th e r cavern called the black duqgeon, which was so called, bebaaM^BO ray o f light could p enetra te to th e interior. To th is I was c o n v e y ^ , an d cast into i t This was in ih e morning. In th e after-no «p, a robbe r came to th e duugeon, and H^aAlae some food kntt d rin k th e also lig h ted a s m all iron lamp, an d le ft me w ith the •assurance th a t I would meet w ith d e ath on th e morrow. I la y th e re with my cramped limbs aching, and my tho u g h ts tro u b lin g me s till more, when a loud noise a ttracted my a ttention. W ith a g re a t effort, I tu rn ed my head, an d beheld & a t one o f the most poi: sonous o f serpents was in the dungeon, and was crawling towards me. This was the noise I h e ard. In stin c tiv e ly , I tu rn e d my b ead again towards the snake. Certainly, i t did not look so bad a fte r all. I ts eyes looked like diamonds. How b rig h t they shone I and h is tongue, as he d a rted it to a n d from his motilh, had no terrors for me. H is neck arched, and h is scales looked lik e a th o u sand diamoudf)^ I w s f u n d e r the influence o f th e snake. H is neck a n d head began to swell, an d his tongue to «ribrate h ith e r an d th ith e r. 1 kiiew he was going to strik e , b u t was powerless to move in ^ b e le a s t SuddenI he made his leap. A flash and a loud report, and I sank upon the ground senseless. When 1 came to coBsciousness. I was lying upon th e floor o f th e cavern. By my side s a t th e Senorita; s triv in g to resu»citate me. “ Th an k God, Senor,” said she, as I arose, she having cu t th e bonds while I was un-ebnseious. “ B u t for my timely arriva l, you would ere th u h o u r nave been in the sp irit world. I shot th e serp en t as it was making its sp rin g .” “ IIow c an I ever re p ay you for tak in g such an inte re s t in a stra n g e r 1” interroga- . t e d l . ' “ By living ta convey me from the c lu tc h es o f ^ th e demons who have mo in th e ir p ow ^ . My father was killed by them, and I ^ v e n o th in g to live for more.” B u t how came you in th e cave?" asked I. “ My father, before he died, confided to me th e secret o f this dungeon, and there a re -more th a n tw en ty ways o f egress, which none b u t th e initia te d can avail themselves of. I f you are able, we will leave th is h o rrib le place.” She produced a small, square piece of in>9 . imd'''fitted it to a hole, an a by p re ssing slightly, a pannel flew open, andf we were soon on the outside o f tbe dungeon. She led th e way to a small grove o f trees, where stood two horses saddled and bridled. These we mounted, and were about moving away, wbti^ a th ic k voice yelled: “ H o ld e n ! don’t bo in a hurry. Guess r i l have a h and in th is game. too. I hold Wo ‘bowfers and the acre. Climb th em ; will yon?” and the captain, for it was he. presonted two huge pistols a t us. “ Well, we might as well give it up, for here comes th e whole band,” said the sen-orita. The captain looked around toward where he supposed h is men to be coming, when a flash and a report, and the captain was shot dead by th e senorita. “ Come, senor, follow me ; for we must h u rry , said she. We soon le ft tbe place behind, and h a lf a n h o u r a fte r, wc b e ard th e loud b la st of th e bugle, and knew th a t the dead cap- j tain was discovered, and also o u r flight; j but we were beyond pursuit. Three day? la tte r, we entered a small _ _____ _______ ______ _______ s ttleinent w ithout fu rth e r adventure to h o rs ^ 2.600 |.er houri with Steam ourselves. We stayed there u n til a large j e tj . made on the s h u r t^ t notice by B r i c k M a c h i . B r ic k MACHINE. Martin’s improved. . anteed to make with 7 men aud one pai. 'ne. Those Garte Quar- •- of id TJiat so many L adies have been for have arrived. rs waitins caravan moved toward ( ’alifornia, Vrhich we jo in ed , and in three months, we were in the capitol of th a t State. In an o th e r year, the senorita and I were married.— She said th a t as she had saved my life, and I hers, it was bo more tl,.an fair th a t we should bind our lives tog*iiher. -------------- ' — r — PERSONS IN W ANT OF GOOD WATCHES, CLOCKS. SPX)ONS, p l a t e d WARE AND GOLD OOOD8 At Low Prices, and of the best Q U A L I T Y , HAVING THEM WAKRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. PleMa g l l ^ C o ’S. 25 Asylum S t . Hartford, Conn. H . M - A . R T I 3 S T . Factory, rear of 2 t l State street, Hartford. Blueberries. ANOTHER LOT JUST RECEIVED. —ALSO— Canned Peaches, Pine Apples, Tomatoes, and Jellies, T AT POISTD’S, COE. PARK AND HUDSON STEEBXS III. F U B R E Y , REPAIRING AND M f i SHOP, 28 Mulberry Street. F u rn itu re neatly rejiaired. Sash ftnd blinds re paired and made to order. E v ^ rf style o f work th a t a joiner can do, done with n a a tnessand dispatch, ________• . : .. ______ ST. JOHFS €OTEL, 445 M a i n S t . , H a r t f o r d , C t. l i . I j . l lV E , P r o p r i e t o r . Good Accommodations for T ra n s ie n t or P e rm a n e n t Guests. T ervs, - - $2.00 P e r Day. Newton’s JV E W . J E A T IH r « H O U S E . Prices far below any house in th e oity. Meals a t a ll hours. Free Chowder every S a tu rd a y Night. OYSTKES IN EVERY STYLE. Regular Dinner from 12 till 2 o’clock. Price &0 cts. Call and see our bill of fare. CHOICE WINES, ALES. LIQUORS, ko. No. 6 E lm Street. W. A. & J . K. NEWTON. Found Out at Last. N otwithstanding th e efforts o f Agents selling oth e r Machines to blin d th e eyes o f this enlightened community, we h ave found th a t the FLORENri: SEWING MACHINE is w h a t we want for a F a h i i .t M a c d in e . I t ru n s the stillest, will la s t th e longest, and will not get o u t o f order, as has heen reported, is not complicated, a n d will sew thick o r thin goods equally as well, h a s no cams, its motions being all cranks.— Hems splendidly, ga th e rs and sews on a Ruffle beautifull}', and ru n s the work to the rig h t or left without stopping, has a Cor-d e r and an Edge S titch e r th a t is given with each Machine. L ook a t th e FLORENCE before you say, “ Yoo k n o w now ' t i s y o u r s e l f . ” 430 Main St., H a rtford. 343 Chapel St., New Haven. 102 Main S t , Middletown. Morehouse & H eath, Danbury S. L. Thayer, Norwich. J . W. Dennison & Co., Mystic. Can be paid for in installments. E. M. LAY, AGENT FOR STATE, 4 3 0 M a i n S t r e e t , ___________________________ H A R T F O R D . 14 cents per pound. T W O TOJV ! JfMaple Sugar, Ju s t received and fo r sale pound. a t 14 cents per SPRINGS AND AXLES. We keep constantly on hand a very lareo assort-ment of S P l tm a S A N D A X LE S , of all tb e best makes. Our Oil Tempered EdbHsH Steel, Warranted Spring is the best Sprinv sold in this city. R. F . BLODGEIl’ Jt CO. ,1 4 0 State Street. D R . € • Office 160 Main Street, Hartford, - /Coiin. S till continues to successfully tr e a t a ll dia o rders incident to males an d females. Seminal Weakness, Impotences, a u d all diseases o f the b ladde r. U re th ra . &c., &c. Office H ours—1 to .3. an d 6 to 8 P. M. ESTABLISHED 1857. Laiigdon & Co*s., 33 M ain stre et, co rn e r P a rk . 500,000 PEOPLE T l i r o u g l i o n t T l i e I J i i l t e A S t a t e « - a m d C a n a d a s , HAVE USED DR, J. MILLER’S Soothing and Healing BALSAM, And cheerfully recommend it to the public as being th e Best F amily Medioine in the world fo r all internal and external complaints fo r which it is recommended. I t is fast gaining popular favor, and has already reached extensive sales. All we ask, in order to convince the most skeptical o f th e powerful ef-ficay o f THIS gueat uemedy, is the trial o f one bottle, costing only fifty cents, and you will never be without it o r hesitate to recommend it to your friends. Sold by druggists everywhere. Every bottle used according to directions is warranted to curc, or iponey refunded. The proprietors CHALLENGE TH E WORLD to produce its superior as a remedy. Testimonials received daily in reference to the astonishing cures it has perfonned. I t is used and recommended by prominent physicians throughout the country. I t has proved infalliable for Bums, Scalds, Frozen Limbs, Bruises, Sprains,: Wounds of all kinds. Pains in the side, back or shouldere Piles, Corns, Chilblains, Chapped Hands, Stiff neck. Ague in th e face or breast, E a r Ache, Deafness, Loss o f motion o f Limbs. Poisoning. Erysipelas, InHamation of. the Eyes, Inllamed Irritation o f the skin. F o r Rheumatism it is not a certain cure, yet hundreds have been relieved by it when other remedies had failed. AS AN INT ERNAL MEDICINE when taken in season, it will cure Croup, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Dry Cough, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Canker in the Mouth, Sore Lips, Inflamation o f the Bowels, Dysentery, k id n ey complaints and Cholera Morbus. T IIE “ BALSAM” has also ^ v e n great relief in many cases o f Diphtheria. No person need fear to use this medicine, as il is purely vegetable in its composition. I t is soothing aud healing in its influence, and may be given to any age or sex with perfect safety. .1 J. MILLER & SONS, Proprietors) P r o v i d e n c e . R . I . Arid 212 Broadway, (Knox Building,) N. Y. . Invention. ]P& t t S M f Duplex This elegant 0 a rte r su. in beauty and c(mifort anything o f th e ' wna ever worn. I t is rjiade o f a double r o v spfrdi spring wire, heavily plated with S ilv e r and Gold, and so arranged as not to impede the free eirculaition of the blood, thus -ensuring warm feet, while it leaves the limbs quite unmarked The invaluable qualities which arc attributed to the VESTII.ATED St'KlN'O Oartek, liave gained fo r it the entire Confidence of the most eminent members o f the medical profession, and it is emphatically ptononnced the only, Garter fit to be w'orn. . . Male and female Agents can do well canvassing fo r tnis article, a.s it ineets with a ready sale. Agents wanted^ FULLER & FL INT, 45J Asylum s tre e t H artford, Conn. A TH1N6 IS THE EXTRACT OF IT IS The only colorless and scentless liq^icl ever. iaTente4, . THAT W IL L REMOVE GREASE, TAR, P ITCH j P A IN T &c. Without Injuring the gooods. IT W IL L NOT START TH E COLOR FROM ANY GOODS W H IC H W A TER WILL NOT SPOT. NO ODOR. THE PUBLIC H AVE LOOKED LONG AND ANXIOUSLY FOR JU S T SUCH A N A R T IC L E A S T H IS . T R 'V O W U U O T T . X . E . PR E PA R ED ONLY BY FULLER & FLINT, 45^ Asylum St., Hartford, Ct W ^ J T T J E n , ^ A R E YOU S IG K ^ ^ Try “Dickinsons Remedies.” Are you troubled with Scrofula h um o r ? Try the A lte ra tiv e Balsam.” A re you troubled with D ebility o r IJys-p e p s ia f T ry th e Balsam. Have you* Cuts; Bruises, C h ilb la in s, or Chapped H ands? T ry tfie ’‘D iscutient O in tment.’* Have you' Boilsi Tumors, Erysipelas* Fever Sores, o r a n y Scirofula S o re s ? T ry “ Dickinson’s Remediies.” THEY ARE SOLD BY ptttrCIGISTS AND DEALERS ENEkALLY. D ’ARCV BROTHERS, 1 4 0 F o u n h Avenue, cor. o f 13th Srreet, N. Y. MANUFACTUUKRS OF AWNINGS. FLAGS AND IRON W ORKS . TO RENT ODT FOR WeddiniTS a n d P a r l i e s . Awnings, Carpets on Stoops, Crash Dancing Cloths, F a n c y C a m p C l i a l r s , T e n t S j & c . wobk. Lumlier aiid;;3!iml)er! THE DUTCH POINT STEiM SAW HILL eOHPANf B KINQ fuUy organized a re now pfepared to furnish a t short notice every description of P IN E , OAK, CHESTNUT AND SPRUCE ' TIMBER SAWED TO ORDER, Lumber o f Every V a r ie ty a t the lowest market rates, a t wholesale and re ta il. Thov have added_ti> theiMoachinerr the Preniiam PinninR Mills with which they are prerared to adapt Lumber to the wants of th e ir customers a once. TUeir motto is rtuick sales and small profits. They are also prepared to furnish all classes of TURNING, SCROLL SAWING, ETC. Call and see £bem,_________________ ESTABLISHED 1857. Wm. H. LOCKWOOD. TO O T I I O T Y I* E 11 , 4 1 T u u u b u l i . S t . CORNER OF PEARL AND TRITMBULL S ts. HARTFORD, CONN. Special attention given to Wood Cots u d Job
V I I . E ^ S T H E R T F O R D , COISrisr.,
F aV H l^ E
' Under this b6iul will be fouiid ev err wevlc tlie
, words o f ■OBte popular aon];. ’ In tbU ni'jnber
, ; REMEUUKANCE.
I’ll not forint thee, dearest, tbopgh a wanderer
lu .e a n nm toenM and aofter cUinee 1 atray,
will make tby fond renieuibraiice
1 ^ 1 think o f tU e when fiir away,
Wkan ini the. eadeat boura. the luneliest*
I dnMOMt,< ■
. I'll tU n k of th a t pare lip aud that p ^ e brow,:
And itfwill make my heart leap light when
j WMWieat, •
To dream of th a t bright eye w h e re o e rl go,
111 not fbrget thee, deareat, when we're parted,
Haafmi—iy knows i f e’n a g i ^ we meet,
Ye| wi^iuviug, aud,wcary-bearted,
Tbjr°iiiem6ry <^eaKst ever will bo aweet,
! ik n iM tlM /M a ^ a n ttie , '>irea1th’k^ soMevf blos-
Powera l^UNid M>«at, ah, who wonld not resign
To kno%i*Iiii^lii^2« s(»rined- 6i th a t "fair boaom.
To caUJ^qjeprSbat «Boi^hau|i]i)f.thine.
Uut thou’i t forgel me, softer voices aighiug
Into thine ear love’s witchery will breath,
▲udnokaltietaMly iby 1 ^ re ly in g .
For blighter, ayes .tlyr w g e l smile will wreath^
When in the JoyoM throng fair forms are glauc
■ *»*i ■ ‘ ' '
WkoK «bMka are Auhed and hearts are lig b t^
When in each eye lpTjs,hopo andjoy »re dancing
n o n wilt listt^ei-T^hou’lt noi ram«miter m^^
-T4l»fin«tkee well, whatWof fikte attending,
What'er of ftfei; or Joy BMiyehanoe to me—
▲ad whan of me all memoiy hath perished.
I f ehaaoe M e^DM i t m j , thou hearest my i
1 ^ —^ho Uiovghts of thM has
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