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St. .lohnslmry.Vt., Friday, Nov. 20, 18G3.
JOH I'RINTING. Fvprv kind of nrint-
jv;n imiim.. .rj kiuu oi prmi -
ing is prnmiitly cxucnted at this ofiice, in
thc best style and at thfi lowest prices. I
TIip facilities of thc establishment are of ,
thc first order; good workmen are em-
ploycd, and additions of typc and other
printing inateriuls are constantly being
made to keep fully np with the times.
The news from the war this week is gen-
erally unimportant and insignificant. The
armj of the 1 otomac d.d not meet and de-
feat the main body of Lee's army as was
hoped for one week ago. The gallant oon
dtict of two corps of Gen. Meade's armv at!further that Mr. Dayton declares that he has, , J . '
, cawcn aiuij .n , , , 'i f wch:n.n that cauiiot be, for there has been a long and
Happahannock station elicited the following i n"er ',ad " coinplamt Irom W ashington . . b
, '. , , . B (regarding French uitervention in Mexieo. laborious nivestigation of the matter on the
laoon.c despatch from the Pres.dent : . If Mr. Seward acknowedges Maximiliun's part of the House each of the three succes-
M,- r,n AIKNw-9.1- MemPire; ,the ound onrwfh?h. Ur actionisive years, occapying the larger portion of
Muj. Uen. Meaae : 1 have seen your dis- i seems to have been predicted is cut away : ' . . m , .
patches about operations on the Rappahan- from under our feet. We are all groping in ! lhe tnne of each sesslon- Then what 18 the
nock on Saturday, and I wish to say " well j the dark at this moment. God grant I may cause ? Is the Senate composed of such su-
done-" ! be unduly suspicious and distrustful, and that ! perior wisdom that thay are justified in over-
(Signed), A. LINCOLN. we may get more substantial aid and comfort , ridi the deci-ions of the House for such a
A lkiiti.... n il.: ti. . frnm A n nnlpnn thnn I cithoi- hnno nr avnant "1
Gen. Grant was occupied in strengthening
his position, prsparatory to future move
ments. The bombardment of Fort Sumter was slow-
ly prngressing, but the day of general assault !
seems as distant as ever. Our forces occupy
Block Island, which is much nearer Charles
ton than any point heretofore held by us.
There is however one item of great inter-
est from the extreme South. The expedition
fnTj.uu i ir t,'
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efTected a landmg at Point Isabel, Texas, I
near the mouth of the Kio Grande. The
O iFavaavuv I X
the 2d and 4th inst. The rebels were taken
by surprise and deserters report the most of
lanilinP Was PttPPfPfl Wlthnnt nnnncitinn nn I
the rebel troops had been sent to Sa'jine Pass
as the attack was expected atlhat point. The;
well kent secret of th. uL nf fVlR
army enabled Gen. Banks to deceive the
enemy completely. The rebels destroyed the
government property in Fort Brown and ev
acuated it on the approach of our forces. A
party of secesh cavalry attempted to burn
the town of Brownsvll1, but .he loyal ci'i-
zens rallied and a sanguinary street fight uc-
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v...n.u. uciuLnuici.i jroiu our army was .
sent to their relipf. Thf. HYiiPflltinn cnmnnt. i
w.w. 6.w. 1,11 mc .mhu uu. iu wiiiuiii
three of the transports foundered, but fortu- j
nately 110 lives were lost. Several soldiers ;
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anu sauors were drowi.ed in disembarking, The committee on location are Benj. K. Cur
which is the only loss of life. t;s 0f BoMon, E x-Gov Morgan, of New
Tne Legislature ot MJssoun has cbosen York, and Uov. Andrew, or Massar.imua.
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ty. iMr. Brown is an einuncipationist, and
has been for years an able advocate of the
f ree labor movements in Missouri.
Gen. Foster has been ordered to the com
mand of the army of Gen. Burnside. Thr
resignation of the lalter general', tendered
some time since, has been accepted, and Gen
Foster ordered to the commaml nf rmv i
' j judges have decided directlv the reverse. ht 10 Ulsreard lho WIRhes of th' Pople.
Our Prisoners at Richmond. ' , - -7 ( Frccmen of Vermont! assume your pow-
; Fiknds. The following from the Kich- j cr and elect no man to the Sennte that will
Itis sickening to read the accounts of mond Examiner gives the lie to the assertiosi ! not regard the wish of the people state
those who have been incarcerated in the . that the rebels care for the Union prisoners. j larye. Do not elect men that will squander
ltichmond prisons and who have escaped and; How the savage Sepoys would blush at such the people's money to the amount of thou
live to tell the tale of woe and misery that is 1 refined cruelty : ; sands for the purpose of defeating the peo-
inflicted upon our soldiers who are held ' " We would assure those Yankee soldisrs ' ple's will. Justice.
there prisoners of war. Did this come from 1
one or two individuals we might hope that caP,tml" her th's Wlnl,er. would accord
, . n . 1 , ,ny counsel them also not to be taken
(.iicniuiico hcic i.iuuuuieu or at musi exgger-
ated ; but unfortunately these reports are '
too well authenticated to admit of any doubts. '
No less persons than chaplains and sr-i
nanno , 1 , e , ,
geons, who have received of ihis southem ,
hospitaiity, attest to the refined cruelty which (
is practiced upon these helpkss r.tid unfortu-1
nate men who are held prisoners by the self- j
styled " chivalry " of this continent. i
llev. H. C. Triimhi.ll. l.nlin nf ,, m,k !
Connecticut, who left Richmond on Wednes-1
day last,ss that for two divs nrevim,, t'
nis leaving Lihby prison, the ofhcers' daily
rations consisted of about one third of a
pound of bread and water. No meat had
been served for several days. We are told
that efforts are making at Washington to de
vise some means by which to save our priso
ners from starvation. The effort to send
food to Richmond would doubtless fail to
bring permanent relief, as we have already
had too much experience of rebel perfidv to
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determined and systematic effort to atarve I
. . muuicui uul wiiul inere is n
the ederal prisoners. The only remedy
seems to be to renew the exchanges at once.
The New York Evening Post savs justlv and
" The rebels say that we owe them lo.OOO '
more prisoners than we are willing to al'low i
anu retuje to exchange except on that basis.
Give them all thev ask. Thp rU.
demands it of ,he eovermiipTit L-T!
those suffering victims there any lon"er be-
cause we have to give a few more men for i
them than we think we owe is a grevious !
virt m' weachery towards tht
yctims themselves. Everv father, m..ther 1
brother, friend who has a dear one th hll !
a right to detnand of the government the im-! their death kne11 in J'our approaching foot-; witnessed for a long time, which lastcd for
mediate release of ihese prisoners. What I sieps. Our armies have done gloriously but . about lwo hours.
STwell spread tSll'enio? fh0emf0rt " ' U"able l HaS bee" 80 nobl-V Ue thrown P lifle-Pits il1 h
shelter of his house from the bleak -wLnds j begun' our country is in peril and calls ! of the 'orts on the Happahannock, and cal
and cold, or lie dcwn contented in his warm ! Upon you for deliverance, shall she call ' culated to hold them at all hazards, but
par nna ham l
oeu, un ine tnouglu ar.d vision of ourvain?
brave defenders m their cheerless. madden
mg pnsons on the Jame river? Vht vL
unteer can go with alacritv to the war.
.nuwnig umi sucn a laie may await him ? 1
will be on our
We can afford
everv reoei nnsoner to tne houth thnn i,.
our Union prisoners a day longer iu their 1
22K the tiioPutt o? feng otK ttl
cedeto thehaughtydemand! of rebelli
We shall be revenged by the applause of
of every civilized nation at our noble self-!
abasement, and by the scorn which the slave- i
- i luu ivrt'ii
holders will reap for themselves by their cru-
elty. Again we say to the government, the
country demands the release forthwith of
Vieiamir to their dinat;nn tbiM, innnnn 1 . n.. p nn .1 1 :
it Better we sav ZZ i u I uww musnets and in the lan-1 01 22 tney toai in killed and wounded
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More ffaLerceptert Itcbei Correspond-
Such of the correapondence captured with 1
the blockade runners Robert E. Lee, Cornu-!
bia and the Ella and Anna as reached Wash-j
ington will very soon be given to the public.
It will be found both interesting and irapor-
j tant. It affords an inside view of rebel pro-.
j ceediugs and designs, which certainly is not
I of an encouraging character to the insurg-
; ents. From a letter dated at Paris and sent
to JefTerson Davis by E. DeLeon, a rebel '
agent, are made the following extracts : t
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i " it is useless to disguise the fact that the ,
tnea around you do not inspire confidence and i DeIore He egisiaiure tor tnree years in suc
that chaos would soon come were your hand . cession, for the purpose of procuring a char
withdrawn from the helm. Military ability j ter for a raiiroad from St. Johnsbury through
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duced, but of diplomatic talent it has been i
most singularly barren. There has been at.d i
js to-day as little real intention of a speedy '
recognition by France as by Eogland. That .
e mav be made a uawn in the Mfxiean 1
game, 1 think probable, but the attempted !
intrigue in Texas, Mr. B.'s denunciation 0f ;
which was interrupted and nublished in the
; New York and English papers, does not in-
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spire conuuence m mai very astute gentie-
mnn whn is nnw n arhitpr nf Snnthorn nnrl
l,; ,uPt;nint tu r m l
Mann Jn M nQl remembere(1 bv
the public, Judge Kout, who is here now, :
entirely concurs in my views, and he adds !
In another part of DeLeon's letter, he
says : " I am working hard and incessantly,
personally and bv proxy, and am enlargmg
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uie spnere oi my acuons, ior ine exigenctes
f tne bour have demanded increased action.
France wants money literally and not figura-
uveiy. iney are a iar more mercenary race '
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than the English and we must buy goldei
opinions of them if at all."
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Kascality. lhe Sherbrooke Gazette as
serts that certam unpnncipled men from the
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umicscuutci liic iine imu iir; uueeil 6 uu- :
minions and inviegle men across under th-
pretense of wanting them as choppers or to !
work on the railroad. When once this side i
! the line they are induced to sign a paper un-
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a recruiting paper. Ibey are then donned !
in Uncle Sam's uniforms and hurried off to i
camp, before they can comprehend lhe fix j
they are in. We agree with the Gazette that !
no time should be lost in getting a law that
j would reach such kidnappers if any such ras-
caiity has bepn pprpetrated.
Agricultl'RAL College. Thc agricultu-
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ral college bill passed totli houses cf the 1
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rui,jonn uregory onntn, iiuanu tlall, rreu-1
erick Holbrook, Peter T. Washburn, Paul
Dillingham, Davis Uich, and C. A. Thomas. !
l.MP IITAXT. VI! V hrno nf tho Hvu
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judges of the supreme court of Pennsylva
nia, have declared the act of Congress for
calling out the national forces unconstitution
al. Two of these three iudes nrp nntnrimie
connerheads. nne nf t!,m hrin, ;,! w.i" I
j ward who ran for Governor against Curtin. I
u,,r reaaers ear in mind that better -
"pairi on ine tield were iar better than
"The Yankee Government, under the laws
of civilized warfare and the cartel, are enti-
l!ed 10 lh",e nie,n' and 'f wiH not take
ll)em' lel (iiem be nul ichere the cohl wcather
and ,cmd fare wilj thin thm ou( ina
dance with thc laws ofnulure."
Freemen of Caledonia County ! !
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rhl 1 resident has calle(1 for 300,000 more
l fiH lhe depIeted ranks of our vict-1
nous aes, and has given the State until
the 5th of January to raise their respective
nilntQC Tf nnt .nt'nn.l l. .. .1.... "
..v-o. j.. uui luiacu iuai iime another
dratt will be ordered ; and in the meantime
by the action of congress the law will be I en- Sedgwick immediately formed his linc
stripped of its liberal provisions and its easy i of hattle, and the 5th Vermont was deploy
exemptions. In all probability, too, all dis-! t,u' 33 skirmishers and then received ordcrs
tinctions of classes will be abolished, so that
the draft will Ltir jindiscriminately upon all.
For a short time the most liberal baunties '
are offered, of $302.00 for raw recruits and
$402.00 for veterans, making the aggregate
for tWee J'ears service for raw recruits j
$1022 and for veterans $1102, with proba-'
bly still additional state and town bounties.
Verily those that come in at the eleventh
hour receive more than those who have labor-
6 Sh the heat of the da''
Able "odied men of Caledonia ! Will
vou longer deny yourselves the honor of hav
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l;c ? Will you wait and be drafted and re-
ceive onlJ' S68,00 instead of $1,122 ?
Let the ieaders of this wicked rebellion be
dismayed bv this new clc
uPn them from the
oud about to burst '
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-"") ""u ici. iueui uear i
Your brothers in the field, covered wiih
the glory of a dozen victories await vour '
' ' s"au ine)' wait m vain ? Let the
ca"paign with a clap of thunder." 1
ToolrZ ry of the A7jt and '
Inspector Gen of Vt is 2 01)0 nnt Q nnn
as erroneoush 2t A f ' $ ' i
" . ' P"nted laSt week' !
. 05s Henry Ward Beecher was passeneer
111 the As,a wh'ch arrived Saturday.
The copperhead pvramid :
ot the rphele 1 voice oi tue neonle hp " f) f W0 7.. loss was vprv hpaw tmomn,. : n:
o o usienuz y e 11 nnish iu "io lJao uccu urunouncea ine most oa .
The Defeat of the Essex County
Hail Eoad Bill.
West Concord, Nov. 14.
Messrs. Editors : Permit one of your
subscribers, through tne columns of The
UaledOiMAN, to make a few comments upon
the defeat of the Essex County railroad bill,
by the Senate ol the State of Vermont, re
cently convened at the capital of the State,
being one body of the assemhled wisdom of
the State of Vermont, if it is not a profana
tion of the name.
lt is a notorious fact that a bill has been
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ine vaiiey or Aioose nver to miersect witn
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lhe "ran" lrunk railroad at some point on
said road botwaeu Connecticut river and Is-
land.l'ond ; and it is also notorious that the
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eacn year oy an overwneimingmajority ; ana
it is no less notorious that the same bill has
been defeated in the Senate in each of the
j three successive years. It now seems to be
nroner to inquire what can be the cause of
the action of the Senale in the premises.-
Is it in consequence of hasty and improper
,;cu.:mi nry ti1D n( tha u.-j tv
often heard it repeated by men of goodjudg-
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with the House in point of talent. liut to
follow up the inquiry : It would hardly ap
pear probable that bribery could have any-
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ature of the State", and that corporate
gold could be brought to bear upon a major
ity of that honorable body in such a mauner
that it would defeat a bill in which a large
majonty ot the freeinen of Vermont have
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nltaL "Hcirsi, umu uic aiiAiuua iuai ii
shnuld become a law. The proposed Essex
County railroad, were it bailt, would opun to
be old towns in lhe State and the w-irld at
'aroe an almost inexhaustable amount ol lum-
y ""7: 3
It would increase the wealth and bus.ness of
the little county of Essex, and also of North-
ern Vermont, without injuring any other in
terest whatever. And those lailroad corpo
rations that oppose the granting of this
charter, can see farther into a millstone than
I can to a&certaiii how thev are to be damag
eu in case the E.sex county raihoad ahould
be put in running order.
The inquiry seems to be now, how long
ishall we have to subnnt to this state
things ? for the friend of the road have no
notion of " giving up the ship," but intend
to follow it up as long as trees grow and wa-
Frccmen of Vermont ! the power is in you.
Sre to it mat ai the ballot box next vear vou
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ple upon your rights. Elect men that will
legislate for the good of their constituents
and not for the benefit of their own pockets.
This railroad bill has alreadv coi-t the State
near or quile one bundred thousand dollars.
aml why 'S thal ? II is because a ,ew unPci-
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From the Old Brigade.
C.ntp nkar Braxdy Statiox, Va.,
November 12, 18l.
To thc Editor of Thc Calcdonian :
We received marching orders on the night
of the 7th of November and on the 8th a1
daylight we took up our linc of march for
the Happahannock. We marched about
eight miles across fields and through forests
of oak till about 10 o'clock, A. M., when the
th Corps emerged int a la,e ,ield with a
high lnll in front. We marched nearly half
the distance across the field when we were
brought to a sudden halt, by the appearance
of rebel skirmishers on the hill in front.
to stack arms and get our dinner, (rather
cool considering the place), which we did,
tne rebels remaining in sight the whole time,
and every few moments a horseman would
gdlloP aIong in fr"nt ol their line. At about
'clck, r. M., our skirmishers were order-
ed t0 advance. They marched up within ten
or fifteen rods of the rebels before a shot
was firecl then lney nred one volley and run.
Gur lines advanced to the top of the hill.
' cmmni.tAfl A.:lt 1IM
uj,7UiICu muucM. uen our men
leached the brow of the hill the rebels com
menceu a heavy fire from one 20-pounder
Parrott, and five 18-pounders, with shell
upon our lines, and at the same time com-
menced to shell our flanks at a rapid ra'.e.
Our batteries were quickly brought fnto
Psition and thr-n commenced one of the
QKfirnact nvtillnMit . . . . .1.. i
r '"dWikhs u.ci nas neen
about sunset 000 of the Gth Maine RePi-
ment charged on the rifle pits and completely
routed thcm capturing eisrhteen hundred
P"soners anu , pieces of artillery. Their
'ant feat of the war. Our loss in the whole
f killed and 250 wounded.
u h tot4 men woundri on th.
m,8h N other Vermont tps
WCre enga&ed althou8h the' re pretty
thoroughlv shelled. but fortunatelv nn
' The next morning we crossed the Rappa-
hannock and pursued the enemy to this
place with nothing to retard our progress
except the cold weather. The rebels think-
ing that a genei
ralengagementwith the army
ing ground. They had built lots of ruae
mud houses and wooden chimneys, and were
to all appearances making calculation to stay
here through the winter ; but they slipped
up on that nicely.
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u. C11. cciuc uum uul p.u.c "r An act pr0viding hat town agents shall 0N MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23d, 1S63, THE GREAT AMERICAN RFMFTitv
to the Independence of the Confederate ! purchaSe liqnors under the direction of lhe j At 1Q 0'ciock a.m , thefolloirias propettv, viz: "
States, probably retreated across the Rapi- Selectmen. j The farm on which he residc-s ituatpd the
dan. We are now occupying their old camp-1 An act giving prudential committees of wcstern part of Baract iA miles from W Bar- Knovrn m HdmboUTs Gaiuwt Wc , ,
In the whole affair our raen took about of praclice ; County Courts and Courts of
2,200 prisoners. I saw a poition of them, j Chancery of this State.
and I must say they were the hardest look- ' An act providing that any male citizen of
ing set of men my eyes ever beheld. Thev ! e af ot twenty-one years, whose lUt shall
, , , , , " i have been taken m anv town at the annual
wewragged, dirty and hungry ; and hen assessient next precediu anv town meet
we gave them coffee they affirmed that it was i ing, shall during his residence be a legal
the first they had had for two years. I voter at any town meeting.
Thnv nii nnnpnrprl tn V.o 0,Vlr nf tP vmr An act providing for summary proceedings
J i'J v" "w w'w
and when told that they would not be ex -
changed they said thty were glad of it, and
when they were started for Washington they
appeared to be in fine spirits. I scnP aonaieu oy congress as an Agncuiturai
.... -ii r i College fund. The Siate Treasurer, John B.
A letter was mcked up a few days ago Page authorized to sell this scrip at public
from the rebel q lartermaster general to the 0r private sale.
rebel Secretary of War in regard to furnish- An act requiring banks to stamp with the
ing supplies for the army the vear ensuing. 7rd "counierfeit " any counterfeit bills
The plau proposed was for the Confederate ma' ,,e Presented t0 them for redemP"
Government to take possession of all the ! An act providing against extortion by ex
plantations that are not to be seeded with press and tele;raph companies b requiring
grain, rand place the negroes at work on them
to raise bread to supply the army, and the
government is to recompense the owners for
the use of the same. He savs unless this is
resorted to the army and their families at
home must inevitably starve. These reports
are greatly enlarged by prisoners and straS -
lers taken occasionally.
We shall probably have a general engage-
Lee and make him fight or run. More anon
a. R. s.
Letters from the Capital.
Montpelier, Nov. 12
To tne Editor of the Calcdonian :
The promised " three week session " has
resulted in five. and I am not sure but the
State is as weil off as it was OctoberSth ; no
doabt the few important measures might
have been consumniated in two days. The
really importanl subject, encouragement to
volunteers, by a one hundred dollar bounty,
was unfavorably disposed of by the Senate,
by Senator Stoughton's amendment, that
the bounty be given to all now in the service
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antl in case ol the ueath to their fnends.
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ltwas Ultenueu tO klll tne bill, aild lt accom-
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pllShed lt. lhere may be Some argumentS
tainly are many in favor of it, just now.
The opposition seemeJ chiefly from th
few towns that are so fortunati as to hav
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uu iHiiH.1 uigiifu io inem uuuer ine tasi
all. A bill passed both houses assuming
he title of '.' encouragement (?) lo volunteer-
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granting the privilege of choice between
the state pay monthly or one hundred and
twenty-five dollars duwn, in Heu of it. The
House voted the seven do brs mnnth tn
tln. iu.nliJ o.o jw, imfll(d by :i jietition irav
ing for it, direct from this s.imc corps, .sijrned
by hfty-six, with the nalure of their disabil-
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ity placed against each name, but it met the
same iaie in uie aenaie llut cvt
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tr WOl l ny
object has that originated in the House.-
The fact that nearly half of the men con-
nected with the invalid corps have never
directiy tran-ferred, and hence their state
pay continuing, ought to be a suflicient rea-
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.w. c.v. ui.ii.io wn a jj.ii.
The persevering and worthy gu.udian of
the Essex county railroad project is sure to
represent victory in the next Legislature, thr
Senate not " seeing it " again this year, by a j
vote of six to twenU, while the House pass-'
ed the bill by a
vote ofone hundred and
thirty-spven to fifty-eight. That means it is
not dead yet !
The inunificient grant of Congress has at
last assumed form in a hill providing that
the existing colleges shall decide before
November first, 1SH1, whether they, ei
ther one, or two, or all of them, will unite
nnder the name of the Vermont St-Ue Uni
versity and Associate Colleges.
The last hours of the Legislature passed
away very pleasantly, and were closed with
patriotic remarks by the speaker, whose
courteous and dignified manner in presiding,
has won for him g dden opinions and the
lasting esteem of all connected with the Leg
islature of 1S(J;. K.UTA.
WORK OF THE LEGISLATURE.
The legislature at its recent session nassed
iony-nve pumic acts, twenty-eight acts in
corporating private comnanies and fifteen
acts of a miscellaneous character and ot mi-
nor iniportar.ee. 1 he following is a list of
the lmportant hiws of a public character.
An act to incorporate the Vermont State
University and associate College?, and to
appropriale the income arising from the pro
ceeds of the scrip for public land granted lo
this state urdei the act of Congress annroved,
Juiy2d, 1SG2. 1
An act laying a State tax of one hundred
cents on the dollar of the grand list and ap
propriating money as follows : for expenses
ofthe legislature' 880,000, for snndry de
mands allowed by tbe Auditor and orders
drawn by the County Clerks accordinir to
iaw ciiu.UDii ; tor interest on state bonds
8100,000; for warrants diawn for contin
gent expenses of Executive and Treasury de
partmenls 815.000; for payment of State
bonds due Nov. 1st 1SG4, 875,000 for ex
penses that have or may accrue under the
Military iaw, $1,100,000 amounting in all
to fourteen hundred and eighty thousand
dollars. This act also provides that the
Treasurer may borrow five hundred thousand
dollars or so much of that sum as may be
An actjproviding that volunteers may elect
to receive one hundred aid twenty-five dol-
InrQ trlion rvif.etnnrl r .. .. ! T . 1 n.i
...iv-i, muoicicu iiuu aci viuc nisieau oi ine
seven dollars per month. The Selectmen of
towns have some control ot this in casp th
soldiers leave families that need the seven
dollais per month.
An act granting state pay (seven dollars
pei month) to drafted men and aid to their
families. This act includes, all who may be
drafted up to the sccond Thursday in "Oct.
1864; but this pay is not granted to substi
tutes. An act authorizing towns to erect monu
ments to deceased soldiers.
An act in addition to the Military law, de
fining the method to be pursued b the Gov
eror in calling out the enroiled "militia in
cases of invasion.
An act providin? for soldiers
judges of Supreme Court decide that this act
ment with the rebels before this camnaien ' intcniient ofSciwois in Barnet vrin uttenjt.. the em
I lll:1"on al,l hcendiis t tejchers. Or the wintcr ch(Hl,
closeS, as Gen. Meade is ordered tO follow ' at ,IlL" scliool house al Mclmluea Falls. on Satunlny. Xov.
i An act providing that persons conscien-
tiousiy opposea to oeanng arms may
pruaeniai commiuee, u, nuuI5 r.
i r,. ri i..
ivn aci appropriaimg iuuiic , uui w u.
thirty dollars to each county,to aid in sustam-
ine Teachers' Institutes.
An act to repeal certain sections ot the
General Statutes providing for uniform rules
, ".i.i u-n i. " .
, in paving in the taM3 tQ th- County rea.
An act providing for the sale of the land
1 them lo keen their tariff of nrices ncsted in
An act authorizing the town of Woodstock
to raise money to build a railroad. Frce
Exaiiiiuatiou ol" Tejicher. J he exam-
Itiatlon of tcjcliers for the public clio.l.s in l.vmlon. will
j "tf l" M. c, IIEK1)ERS0Xf .upt.
' Kv.ullilialion of Tearl.rs Tho s.r.
C t?nl I , .. 1 .: . . . .... . m A
"Vr T I)r Tobijls? Vcneliaur T
L IIorM; Liniment. V aJL
rint bottics at iifty ccnt.s pach, for the cure of
i lamcncss. scratchcs. wind paH--, spratns. bruispp,
j splints. cuts, cnlic. shpping stirip, owr-hcalin!:,
sore throat. nail in thc foot, etc It is warranted
chcappr and bcttpr than anv othpr articlp pvor
joiTcrcd to thc public. Thousands of anituals
: have been cured of the coltcr and over-hpatiny bv
I t!"? ,Im.!mfnl; ?nd hundrtd.3 tha vrcrc cnppled
lame havp b?cn rpstorcd to their former vi
or. It i used by all horspincn throuuhout tht
titps. Orders are constantly received from the
racing stables of Eiijiland for fresi. .suiijiHps of
this iuvaluable article. Over 2,-500 tcstimonials
have been received. Iteniember, 5i ceuts laid
out in time may save thc life of vour horse
VT Sold by all druggiji. 0:ncp,"7" T
JLoGCourtlandt &V..X Y. 72:75 V JL
To Xv Yomii; or Old, Male o: Feniale.
iyoutii oi ioth !.e-. which raucs o uwnv aianuins
1 --yuI't"-- U uniit-ihem lor iUrriJe. ainl ltlie sreat-
.o-t i vii uiikh can u-faii man orwomau. tviiij,t.,u,i
1 eimiiierntr.i In Alverti.-tinent. anl lf vou arein'erer
j cut ut tht- ailvertUeuient au.l id tor it at .mar. I)elav
are 1hswoiis. A?k fur HelmtKilcr.-. Take no uther.
Cnrca .u'uarantreil. Bcuare ot ounterfdts aml ItalUv
Iorttuout!i nr aiil. lo H.ntlii' A..
U.n:hler of J. Oi!
i m:ia i:snd. f I'ortsmonsh.
r 1,1 xhKT?i ,NmVT- by Ker," T" a
' In " R-v. a. Mi-mii a. ij:.iaml
' HamiiKtwi. t.f Wihk'ti. a:id H-;i.' a. KitnlxlL cf I..
ef .Marriases. llirtln aiid Deatlis tusertetl Fkee.
' '""nr. lnciu.un-ihtry.iurted at six centj a line in
, 'T.".1- '' ot 1,t-'a. "
' '"Iiii II-and Klmni.H Tnvlor. cf;e.l 1 vtar eud 11 nio-
i Waipoie. n. ii.. Nm-.i. sitnU Uoiriiuou. it- of
Wni. I". Kmi. niil :W ve.irf.
i In Uanviii... x.,v. :. Mtr'v c. lrw:ou.fonuorlron.vuu
f M:W.. aod JS ve.tr.'.
! j ir.L i,rBh.Xor. IViijamin Kdniundt. aced
I In(ireiii'lira. )c:. Samuti Hill. ai;ed T0.
( tn Iu.ll ! fP.... r ci. ..1.1 . -l t. .
j Parnwwer. rkcU?.
I r: M, t n -
j thc examination and liccnsim; of teachers. for
1 lhe "in,cr sd'ooU'-" tllt' Aoademy,
at-o elock r.
J. iv. i UL.151 . Iownuiit.
i U C T I O
AVill be sold at public auction.
OX FRIDAY, XOV. 27, 1SG3,
" . ' "lC "'be.i per-
t 10 good cows, 4 yearlinss. 4 calvps. 1 mare. 12
years old, l colt. o nmnths old, oO lamb,2 Span-
ish Merino bucks, 100 bushels potatoes. 100
bushels oats, 20 bushels wheat, 20 tons hay, o0
cedar posts. lot of dairy utensils. fannin' tooN
.. .i . . i . i . ?
anu 1HU1.T ann-ics ioo numenms to mention.
Sale positiw. to the highest bidder. For all
sums of :10 and over, a lilieral credit will be
. t'l.OUD ilARVP:Y.
m.T. Geoi:ge, Auctioneer.
Barnet. Xov. 1SG3. 7374
j- 0 T ICe".
Thc undersigncd will carry on the butchering
ousmes in au its nranelies. at the old stand for
nierly occupied by P. M. Wiilmarth, at Lyndon
nnrncr.and I have cpnsiituted said Willmarth
my agent m said business. SUALOR P.UEL
Lyndon, Nor. 17. 1S63. 73 14''5
Thi-leK.il vott'r- inSchool Wuttirt So 1 inSt .lohn-l urv
aro horel.y noiiiitM im,i u:,nie.i to meet at tho Town
Ilall in .-aid l)itnc: on Wrtlne-day :hci5:h inst . at 3
o clock v. is., to act on thc followinj; article. viz -
Ut.Tom.-if the dislrirt will nrhorire lhe Bnfl.i:nK
Coninnttce Jo cx.-cuic ot or lnd.- iu mch am a.- th-v
inay deeia eipedient in s-ttlemcnt of the Huthori7.ed
committee. r.nd couutersiBned l.y the truasirvr of tht- dit
ht. .lohiuhury, Xov. InU. w
ORDER. of XOITCE nf SETTLEMEXT.
hwia LUMlilAN'S IX1ATE.
At a Probate Court held at tht- Prokite Offlce In "?i
Johiisbury. on the litb day ofX..v.. a. I) is-U
tt herea -Harry iloore. administrator nuu te-tament..
IddWritt.decea.1. proposcs to ronder au accunt ur
h .-. adinlniMration and to proont his accouah",
said state Ior esamh.atlon and allowance for th" puni
burv nn II... Ml, ,1 ... .7. i.". ".'.V".V,""l-c
by publ catloii ol a copy r tlie rccord or thi;. order In t he
Calt d..iiiau j.rintid at St Jo m.-bury. three w"ik acco
slvtly prevlous f.sald tmieof hearin;. that thev wavaiV
pear and co.ilest 'he allouancc of id .ccwultf it thev
see cau e : and also In- hejr.i iiv "1
of partitiou a 1,1 dUtributlon of "said tatc.
ny tne jourt,
Attest, ASA I.. FREXCH, Jnd;e.
A- nie copy of reconl.
3:'-' Attest. ASA L. FHEXCII. Jnd?e.
COMMISSWXEI1V A'() TCE.
utw f,"ld i". UiMt'audpro e helr
i.iVi .. t i . .", . ' ., - ""eiiiutr anu 20tb iIjv of Mav
ne.t, ut 1 o cloek iu the anen.ooii, ou each of said da vi
QTATE OF VERMOXT,
Caledonia District. ss.
APPLICATIO.V OF GUAKDIAX TO SELL BEAL
cM'JfiV?1? cou-,,clJatSt.Joh!iNbun-. within and for
said d -.trict.on the Hth.Uyof Xov.. A fi 1SJ3.
i ntii' R,uarJla of -Mary K. Coss. tuinor heir of
iTiVM's' late,.of iIt- Johnsbury. h.taid distria.de
ceaseil. makes applicatlon to said icurt for license to "ell
the fol owuis uescribed real e,tate of hU said ward. toVit
Tl.e whole of hcr real estate. rcpre.M:iitii.S that ihe salJ
thereoi . rthepurp.ofputtlus tbe p.Jceeds ol ?such
sale at interest r Jnve.-tins the same in itock, or real es
tate. would be benelicial to said ward . Cs
tthereupon, it is ordered by said court. that said annll.
cation be relerre.1 to a session thereof, to bT held al t ...
Ume of hearin?. that theytnay appear at S,d Ume ?n'
place. and, Ifthey see cause. obJ.Tthereto anJ
Uy tUe Court, Attest.
Ulliuii uisiiicm llic suuic uu"mo , " , - . - -n r . . -
MASRIAGES. j As Ynmi the abo.vc-al! arc xnyfceJ to calJ. dtVcrelxon, habits of dxssipation. or la Va
In I'orbnioailL -V U. . Nr. K.i v RPr ?n chlnrofinn admiautered. Te-lh cs- " Tsjmjwra.aia.
e M. AdRtit. Uatlcr. of tht- Ordn.,n.. 1). nanmJx. ammpil urati-;. llfTence furui-hcd. A ood NO FAMILY 5HOUI.D l!E AVmiuIT JI.
V'10 .ae hV,iW enlitleJ u' the same: It U ther.M,r-
'!ewL.ir a,,,1c?ur,t apPl1t.on cumsmid
slderationand be hear.i m iiir,i,...M.V... . ."' '
iT ? J?crilershavln2 iK-en app.,inted bv the Hi:orab!r
i r!a e,.Vurl for, tlie ,lirlcl or Caledonia; comi. IsSer--to
receive, examlne. and adj.ist all clalni a!.d dei.:amN ol
all persons. a-ainst the estate of Jo-enh lHv,.iii;
"V" 1?! 01 ';i"-r!'a thiisnla
TJ C T I 0 2f .
The subscriber will sell at public auction,
fcaidiarm coniams-w acrps oi pxcellcnt land. in
, of cult5vati excellcal su
, and apple orchards. 1 he buildings are in a com-'
j fortable state of rcpair
Also, at the same time and placp,. Ior 4 s;ood,
cow. i jukc ui o inanuv,; z
!J -bt - 1"
lCObushcls of oats, 15 bushels of wheat, oObuh-4
cls of potatocs, 25 bushcls coni, 200 sap buckct,
suKir nan. ho'dcr, ox cart, sinde wauon, coni-
sheller, all the farming tools and da.rr utpHbils,
Also, a du-clling house ownedby iridow Wallace
be sold at the same time aml place.
Termsof payment made known attimeof salp.
J. H. MooUK, Auctioneer. 73
A DMLNIb IRA! OU S bALii.
Real Estate and Personal Property at
Will be sold at public auction, at Ewell's Hollow,
OX SATURDAY, DECE.MBER 12, 1S63,
At 9 o'clock a. M-, at thc dwelling house on thc
prctnises. the following propert.- belonning to the
e.-tatc of I'aac W Ewpll.thc real estate consist-
ing of 1 10 acres of land, on which are 2 dnclliug
houses in good rppair, 2 barns in uood rcpair.
grUt-mill, sawmiil, clover-mill, and slunglc-
niill. TIipic is a trood water power and thc loca -
.ion of the mill i-- ;ood for business. The real
ei-tate will be old togethcr or in parts to suit
with the rcst ot thc farming tools, too numcmts
Iet-acen20and 30tonsjhav,a quantitv of Miaw,
25bushels wheau 100 biUhpls oats. 20 buheU
barley. S busheU corn, 4 bushels beans. 30 busb-
els potators. 50 Ibs. wool.
EET1I! T E E T LT ! I
2;o'odho-tes.2 ho-s.ldoublewtmon.1 lumber ! J5, V"?? f lJr
wagon, 1 bugy wagon. 1 slciali, 1 thrcshing :ua- Aerve-S,TrttutiIin?. Horrcr 1
cliine, 1 ox cart, 1 ox lcd, 1 horse s'ed. toaethtr, Wakt;fu5ne. Dimrievs of Vision. i
I erm of payment made known at ttme of sale. this nicdicke invariablv removeN , -
JoIIijnfAiS2S.AD5I'lt- ?Impoiencr,ratty,Epilepticr ,
Peacliam. Xov. 14, 1S53. 73:75 ! wlilcn lIie PUent may expire. V. huc .
Dli. jhO. W. MILES. DENTIbT. the .sisteu. which lldmbom iExtntrij'
Afttr a very succcssful practice of ovc-r 15 iavariably dots. A trial -wiii couvicn -
raonths in Lyndon, would rpturn Lis sinccre ot k-)t:cal.
thauk to thecitizeus of thi, and thc adjoinins; rsMAi "PI'ATATB"' vcm - i
towns. for thoir Lii:nu.L patronage and pport J" .iAlru., rr..MALE.bj r r.AlAi,' N
And he hot.es by a !r:t attentiou Vt bu:incss tu Old or voun. single, marrled, or cont i
memacontinuanceof .the an. j tius mirriasc In manv affectioa
mm iritli -uch univorsal favor, a a base for lo remales the Estracl Luchu is unerj ... ,
Artifntal It'i'lh; cutrostsmit half as much
as nold- lie trusts he can dr liis work as
atid know he can cheaper than any other
in thivicinit. Onsn t hi-s situition li
nlaces. and as he'uishcs'to inirod'ace his wurk
he can atT.rd to wrk caeaper. and he does too.
T - .1 1 V m
Unirc , Jiruy Store.
nd.. July 10,1SS3. 5f
7ARM.ST0CK&C. AT AUCTION.
The underM'gned will sell at auction on
Ti-ivn,v YovrMiit'x .ji
The farm on which he now Hves, situatod about Strictures of the UreJha, allaun pain v
acre.witi dweliin- house and bam tlwreun. iilfla,lsI,lato- frequrnt 111 thts da5 vt u.s
Alo all the i;ay, grain. straw, poutoes cows, ease-S ar'd expelhng poisonous, dh-2svJ ar 3
heep, 1 harsp, 1 yearHnn colt. 2 hn:, l lumbcr worn-out matter. Thousands upon thousscu
wairon. I leigh and sled. Alo halfof his surrar . -n n vv iivvv mr vipttm r nr, -tools
and iannins iniplcnient Uo ILU h llhtN 11111 1CTIM ( 1 01 V K
WILLAltl) P. WAKKKIET.I).
Lyndon Xov. 11. IS'JJ. 72:73
Tff A X T E D
2 briitht active bovs
liout lb years of acc.
tolearn liic Silvcr Platcr-s trade. -Tnx is a
raro chtticc." Apjrfy itnme.lhtcly in pcrson or
Nov.17.lSKI. 7-!tf Lvndon. Vt.
I.nncnbur?b. . . Vcnmmt.
Adjutaut aml Iuncctor Grncral s Oaicc,
Woo,Mock, Au 3, 1SG3! i
(jf.xekal okdek Xo. 2.
1. Two rciriracnts cf vptor.in volunteer infantrv
nr ntitlinri7f.il t 1ia nicril ir tl,?
..... ". ... V ....... u ... i . . l.t 1 1 .
reijutred by the tnuste.-in; rcsulatious of the
i.miu. uuw, ui-ruiiMiuuuuiT ims orcer
as veterans. ... .
. h very volunteer musiered mto scmce as
a veteran. under ihU order. vill be t ntitled to
receive from the United States one month's pay
in advance, and a bountv and premium of four
hundred and tvo dollars, to be paid as follows :
1. Upon being mustered into erviee. one
month s pay m advance, M3.00
Kirst instaltncnt uf bounty.
Total payment on muster.
2. At the first rcgular pay day. or Hvo
months after muster-in. an addi
tional instaltncnt of bounty willbe
3. At the first regular pay dav after six
month' scrvie-. lie shall be paid
an additional instalincnt of boun
tv. 4 . At the first recular pay day after the
cnd of the fii-t vtarV service. aa
additional imstalment of bountv
will he paid.
At t.'ie hrt rcsuiar pay dav after
cihteen morAhs senice. an addi
tional tnstalment of bountv.will be
At the first regular pav day after two
ears service. an additional instal
ment of bounty will be paid.
At the first regular pay dav after two
and a half years service. an addi
tional instalmcut of bountv will be
At thc expitation of thrcc vears ser
vice. the remainder of the bountv
wtit oe patu
iroons tor ine tujinenori nf tliron .i. ...
shall be imtstercd honorablv m.t nf tii ; " i
before thc txptration of their tcrm of enlistment,
they will receive. upon being muNtercd out, the
whole amount of bounty rtmair.ing untiaid. lhe '
ainc as it int- tuu tcrm had been served. !
f.acn rocruit, who has not hntffer
tn tne army ot the L
served less than nine
to serve in the new
orin thc Batterv
a .rii . .
dated Aug. 3, 1SG3, receive a bounty and premium
or one hundred and two dollars, to bc paid as
Upon being mustered into United States'
?'"t, aumorizcu by gcueral order Xn
sen icc he will be paid one months
- pay in auvance.
First instalnientof bounty.
At the expiration of three Aears service
, , -
ur iu any sotuter wno uar oe honor
ablv dtscharged after twoycars' ser
vice, orto any soldier who mav be
disehargcd from service xvithin'two
years from the datc oi his enlistment,
by reason of wouuds received in bat
tle, thc remainder of the bounty will
be paid. J 00
TLe --ubscribcr will be at room No. l.Pasump
sic Ho te, Johnsbury, after Aug. 20. 1S6J. to
ruCr!JIC0,-upanfrom companics'F and K. of
tne lota rcgimcnt.
Capt. XERXES C. STEVJiNS,
'2. All aMc-btuiit-d men. brttrccn the nres of IS Orjrans. Lininsrs of lhe Xoe. Eai TK r.- -
anu-M,iionMc neretotore neen enltsted, and A vndpipe, and other Mucus Surfact, jikk -
have -trvedfnr not less than nincnmnihs. who t,m,o,,1,;,ufim ri-i ii
pruducc an hnnorablt- dihare front the .-crviee. lsiajM,e;,ra"ce form of l lct-rs. llt 1:
of thc uual fonn, ar.d can nas the examination boU1 -'ract barsapanlla purifies lhe lo J
1 a- 1 1 . i ' ' " 3
And each cnhstcd man will be entitlcd thc state aiasl ons,,nate cases,if direcJionsaresuU
pay of seven dollars ner month. 1 to. LVlivwpd tn an- n.lf'r.. r .t i
Ifthe govcninient shall not rrouire nwW fmm hc-,-; ii,;t
monthS Sife J bia' h? hS dodi '
Vcteran Volunteer Infattn I,reIarauona contain no nurcotic.ii-.nu.. ?.
of Vt-teran V.iSm.tf.i. t ;..' r Other lrilUriOUS dru: !,).? nrf lilin
THE ALL SUFPICIEXT THREE
IIELaIROLD's EXTRACT " HIT1H 7
' " SARSAl'AltlLLv,
" IMl'ROVEl ROSK V. v1L
(; ? X J7 JV E P Ji E VA 11 A 71 o
II1011LY CONCETxiraTEIi ujJUM
FhlllU EXTRACT ISVCHl.
j A Pouie and Specific Remedy for T):5e-a
oi the Bladuer, Kidvets. Gratel
' Dkopsicu. Swellkg!
', This Medicine mcreases the power t .
gestion, and excilts the AbsorLe-iIv
; healthy action, by which the WVcry or f .
j cerous Depositions, and ali Uwaturj J
i largemcnts are rcductd, r..s vell as ,
inllammatiou, and is good for Men.
i HELMHOLD'S EXTRACT UHili
; ... . ... T,
J akness ansing from hxcv v
. of Dissipation, Eariy IudiscretiL'n r "
aitunded with the f iUowing 5tm;.! ik
Jnd .sj'osition to ExcrUon, L-
IJack, Universai Lassitude of tV y4
Svslem, Eiushin" of Uie Hody, Er-.
1 ir . ii i i n-i . 4
1 ht fHnl 1I,as' l alhJ '
Uryoes of the bkm.
il.fc vnlptons, if allowed to vi .
1 .1, . . wn ." . . . . 1 1 1 1
j tho&e direful cJleases,
j JXSA X1TY AXIj COXSl'.VPTi'r
j Many are aware of the cause of tlir r
; ferin. but none -vrill confess. T:e rtcor -1
theltisane Asylumsand Jheinelanchohf
; by Co.iaumption, bear ample -witness" to "
; iruth of tht; asscrtion. The constituii n. -
; arlrcted with organic iveakness. rtq j:iv-.
i fi.t tT n-.M?iMn 1rt ct rMr.wtVan nA . , .
oy any oiner remtfly, as m Inlors:
or Wftile, Sterility, and for all cai-.."
incident to lhe Scx, whelher arising Srosi .v
InUeS npiii anu jr--
HELMBOLD'S EXJRACT RU( U
Secrelv 1)isea. in
t httie orno chance 1:1 diet: iiomconvrii:
' i n. exPure-. ll "ises frequ.nt d,r
and "ivrs itrentn to Lnnal', thm!v n-
Atid who have aid heavy f-es lo becurcj
a short time, have found they were dicnvfj,
thal the l'oison has, by the use of 1'on
. rul Astiingents, been diied ap in tbt-
iini. lo break out in an assravated forn. a
VSV a mamage.
USE HELMROL1VS EXTRACT IU ( H!
-r ,r - , v
. aU aions hml dlSrasts of thtf l r.
Or-jaii?, whi-Jher exislinj: in Male or Frtr .
. ffni whatt?ver cause originating. a.d 'o n s
' ter of hov J?n? : Disea t,f H ..
q lhe aid of a 1 Wic.
j JiELMBOLWS EXTliACT Ul 1JJ
lIslhe Great Diuretic, and it is "certain lo
. tbe tlesired cffect in all distases, fV.r xth-Ai
,,. ... . , r,,, . ,T , .
iJ!T . W-OOP! Hdmbc,.
; "b5.y C ot.ccnirated Compound lu'u Es-
i trac.1 arsa)arilla. SYl'lllUS. This is an a-
ffCtinn of thf- lilnnil -ml "lt"r!- u ,
- - -4 1.1 lt. . I W
ar-d removes all scaty eruptions of lhe A
j;tiair io ine conpicxion a ciear atu I.ca.l:.i
. coior. It being prepared espressh for t'.
, i nf r- ,, V :-. 1
da?s f com?a,n,s, s blood-punlyin- : ?
erl;es are preserved to a gieater extei.t tu.,
' av "tht-r preparalion of Sarsaparilla.
7 litiboltT Hosc WanJt. An exct-ilent 1 -
tion for Disease of a ihnhililic Xature. 1
as an iinertinn in 1 nf tl,n i w
i ra,s5' zn'u,a f,CIU babiis of dissijiaiit n. us .
in counection wiih the Exlracis Rucbu ,
Sar.aparilla,in such diseasts a;: recomnu-n b
Evidence i f the most responsibleand reiiab
, character willacconipany the medicities. (r
ttficates of cure, from eisht to twenty years
standing, tvith names known to icitnce" snd
fame. For mcdical propenies of Ilucbu, t
; I)ipensatory of the Utsited States.
ro eweeS' valuable works on tbe I'rac:r?
' of Physic. See remarks made by the Ult
;ce!ebratedlr l'hysick, rhilauelphla.
remarks made by l)r Epbraim McDonr . i
celebraled jihj-sician and member of the JI
! al College of Surgeons, Ireland, and iuiT. .
in the Transactions of the Kiuj; and Q--tv
1 Journal. See Medico-Cirurgical Rv -
publisbtfil by IJenjarr.in Traver., Fe;.w 1
: the Roval Collesje of Surgeons. Set? la "
the late Sundard Works on Mtdicine.
I Exiract Ituchu, $1 01) per bollle cr s.x '
-Sj.OI). Extracl Sarsaparilla, $1MK :
i for sj.00. Iuiproved Itose Wash, 5U o. i
i v.:, for S'2-oO. Or hulf a d zen of iti 4
J 512.00. which will be sufScient to rsrr :
ons in ali commutiications.
teed. Advice gratis.
lVrsonally apj-.eared before nw. an A' .
. , ,
Sworn and subscribed befcre me. tb: - '
day of Xov. 1854. m. P. IlIl.lSARi
Alderman, X'intb st, above Rac. Vt -a
Address Letters for infornialioii ia t ' t-
i denct to H. T. Helmbold, Chemist. 1'3
nn i 1U1 b0,lth ien SL "ow Chtstnut. l'L i
vi i r r j
irwar; oi .ounxerieils ana unj;r.:.c:j
dealers, who endeavor to dispose of their ow:i
and ulher articles on the reputalion an-;
by llelaibald's Genuine Preparalins, Ht au
bold's Genaine Extract Ruchu, Hehu'i -JV
Genuine Extract Sarsaparil-a. Heiru'xwV
Genuine Itaproved Rose Wash. Suid by
Druggists everywhere. Ak for llrbntm -take
no other. Cat out the advtrxisfjutr!
and send for it. and avoid inipositian a:: 2
llelmbold's Drug and Chemical Ware
house, 594, Broadway, Xew York.
well. tenlioi:. Irregularily, l'ainfulx.t cr j ; -ilcntist
sionof th? Customary Evacuations,U..!r
e served I man of the cstv of PhiLidplfif.iH II T. Ut