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vkkaiont daily transcript, august ai, isgs.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT. :
Monday August 31, 1808.
l'Oll l'UHSI DENT,
ULYSSES S. GRANT.
FOlt VICE l'KUSIDUNT,
For Governor John M. I'aoi:. of ltutland.
For hicutenanl-Ooternor STr.niKN Thomah, of
For Treasurer .John A. Paoi:, of Montpelier.
For Electors at Large Gr.onon W. OitANimv, of
Vcrgonnes; II. Famhasks, of St. Johnsbttry.
For Elector -Third listriot-()i:or.nr. Vn.
kins, of Slowc.
For Congress Woiithixotos C. Smith, of St.
For Senators Mn.uu.r.Y IUm.ow, of St.
tri-.N-iiv A. llmiT. of Swanton; niu.ii
Hutchinson, of Lnosbuit:
For Assistant .w.w-'W'Ai.TEn C. Stuvi-.ns,
Highgate; John K. Whitnuv, of Frarkhn.
For Judge of J'robateMwws W. Mailky,
For Slate's Atloriieii Wn.i.Aiti) Faiiiiinoto.v,
For SieWr James 1'. Place, of Highgate.
For High JiailW Julius Hallulut, of I-air
For Town tcircseitalheGr.ouav. G. Hunt.
The Republisnn Caucus in this Town
last week nominated, by a unanimous
vote, George G. Hunt as the candidate
for Town Representative. Some gentle
. men took part in the Caucus in fa
vor of another gentleman, who declin
cd to be candidate, and thej were fairly
beaten in friendly rivalry, in caucus.
rBya'k'inglpnf Ja.ihe caucus usVthcy
had a right to do as Republicans, they
bound themselves fairly to stand by the
result of Its action, and ought therefore
to support Mr. Hunt. But will they do
this? Did they mean to do it when
they took part in the caucus? "We think
not ; for we understand that the man
who moved the nomination of Mr. Wy
mun intended, whoever might be nomi
nated, to run us a candidate himself,
and will so run. Thus he demonstrates
that, from first to last, his political ac
tion was insincere and factious. If Re
publicans who profess to care anything
at all about their party will sustain such
actions and their author, we would like
to know in what way their devotion to
party can be proved. Not, certainly, in
any manner which conflicts with their
Mr. Hunt was fairly nominated, and
it was Understood for some time that he
would ho presented to the caucus for
nomination. He is a fearless and out
spoken Republican. In this fact is
found the key to all the opposition
there is against him ; that his opinions
are defined and positive, and he does not
fear to so express himself. He is a fair
representative of the loyal and just
Jiopes of Young America. The Conserv
ative grass that feeds modern Democra
cy does not grow under his feet. He is
hot a promoter qv encouroger of strife in
his party.- If he has any quarrels,
they arc merely personal, and no man
who Ands him an opponent has failed to
find hlni'dndUdn'Und. iriauly one. He
looks his enemies and friends in thefacp,
i , and is pfj scqccre yith onp class as with :
the other.. He is, therefore, to be relied
upon, and is therefore, also, to be trusted.
Ho is competent for the position to
which wp.dQu.h.t' ,np,t he, will be elected.
TkJre is no reason why Republicans
should hesitate lb Sustain hjni. There
is every fair reason why they should
,, sustain him,, if they.donotvvant ,to help
Democracy to another triumph, as 'was
done last fall. The young men of the
party, tfo the work, and it, is. fair that
should bo, haudspmoly elected, "Yq aro
greatly mistaken in the temper of the
party if Mr. Hunt does, not come out
elected on the first ballot to-morrow.
For this, every disinterested friend of the
cause, arid eyery one who would reljuko
factious opposition ; and especially the
young men of the party, who have some
prido,6f tliscipllne-and of success in their
hearts should wor : heartily and per
' " . m o,i x rTT" 77,' .
A Democrat. Mr. Atwood is a regu
lar Democrat. He is endorsed as such
by, the Argus, and was endorsed as a
DemocraVby Mr. AiUinM, ht;thwfDcmo
cratie Convention at Fairfield, on the
day of his nomination. He voted as :a
'jJ'Derriqcitlt, iHgainpJutaiflinjg Congress
In the reconstruction measures. Mr.
Clark; Assistant Clerk of. the House,
ccrtifiefj.that Mr. Atwood so classified
tttyiin tMJlio'feMa'ti lMalillni for
loni ir . ' . .1 Ti . , .1
loui. iur. vuwmwuiius iiuvuj uuiuu wuu
the Republicans, nor been one of them.
! OrirQlpesStfS Slajm to3beofc&fc&'ethero
aro professed Republicans who desert
'ihclr.'ptyH candidate, airly nominated,
j toiipportMr. Atwood, an -.out juhI oul
,DfiP$prhtf. yill the hones, t voters in
the party aid such a Bulc'tfia.l wo(y,emorit"?
1 i Omitted J'ortlon of Mr. At wood's
" liar Jtccord."
In 1S03 Victor Atwood was first Se
lectman of the town af St. Albans, and
as such It was made his duty by law to
do all that was possible on his part to
wards filling the quota of the town. But
the State authorities were forced on ac
count of Mr. Atwood 's remissness to
appoint a special rccrutlng officer for
St. Albans, In order to get the quota
The following paper sets forth this
fact fully and shows where Mr. Atwood's
sympathies were :
I certify that the following is an ex
tract from the instructions to the Su
perintendents of Recruiting issued by
the Adjutant General of the State on
the 3d day of November 1803.
" If the select men of any town should
refuse to perform the services assigned
them as rccrutlng officers you will at
once report the fact to the Adjutant and
Inspector General, and recommend some
suitable person to act in their stead. If
the selectman of any town arc remiss
in the performance of their duty you
will endeavor by exhortation and re
monstrance to remedy the evil."
That the semi-weekly report made to
the Adjutant and Inspector General
showed the state of recruiting in St. Al
bans to be so much behind that of other
towns in my district, that with the ad
vice of the Adjutant and Inspector Gen
eral, I appointed Lieut. F. E. Bell a rc
eruitingagent for the town of St. Albans,
and he was afterwards paid as such out
of the funds of the State Treasury.
That at this time I was Superinten
dent of Recruiting and Victor Atwood,
W. W. Thorp and Charles W. Stilphen,
all well known Democrats, were Select
men of the town of St. Albans.
JULIAN II. DEWEY.
In twelve days after the appointment
of a special recruiting officer, the quota
of the town of St. Albans was filled.
" Atwood vs. Harlow."
We were correct in our statement
that the opponents of Mr. Barlow would
circulate all manner of falsehoods against
him, just before election, and at a date
too laic to have them exposed, or for both
sides to be heard. An " extra" headed
as above has made its appearance to
day of sticll'a character. 'Many of its
statements had crept out before, and
have been contradicted publicly and
squarely, on Mr. Barlow's authority. It
is now three o'clock in the afternoon,
and before going to press we have not
time, nor was it intended that any one
should have! me, to refute the statements
put forth in the " extra," one by one.
The authors of the circular wind up by
appealing to " Republicans" and "Free
men " to vote for a Democrat ; and one
whom they do not dare deny is a Dem
ocrat, in their circular ; and to vote
against a Republican who has been fairly
endorsed by a Republican convention,
and by the Republican press of the
State. This is the height of disorgan.
izing impudence. Well may we ex
claim with one of old : " O Liberty !
what deeds arc done in thy name !"
The statement that Mr. Barlow was,
during the summer of 18G2, "a malig
nant, open-mouthed Copperhead," is
entirely false ; and if it were true, what
business have men to object to it who
sustain Mr. Atwood, a notorious oppo
nent of the war for the union, and of
Republican principles? A gentleman
who has long resided in St. Albans, and
who has seen Mr. Barlow every day,
when he has been in town, since 1800,
hrnmlaciery6tatbmcnt-mihQ "extra" as
a lie ; and says that he has never heard
him utter a word disloyal to the govern
ment, from the begining of the war un
til now, even in unrestrained private
conversation ; but '6ri the other hand,
that his course and conversation have
always beqn , heartily for the Untyn
cause. Which will Republicans. believe;
the assertions of men supporting active
ly luYiiD.ojnlucratl or.tjcj denial of
men naving me coniiuenccaimenuorfe
ment of the Republican party? Wo
may say that the statement cqpieuVintO:
the circular from the Burlington Times j
was.madc in the heat of the Baxter
cairrpa'igtti niul was;! retrite'leil by that:
Tin: Straight Tioicirr. There , js
honor in voting the straight ticket ; . in
lighting tbput-OH wyimictlieroMppice
through victory. In the political en
gagement which comes off to-morrow,
wo need full ranks and to yo in success
fully, wq siiould move forward shoulder
to shoulder. We urge the rank and lilo
tp;rOte';thP ST&viciT;Tu3cpa, If the
"Field and Stall'" desert you in faco of
the enemy, move forward under a Cor
poral. Though you are beaten, it shall
be a nucleus arouiid'which future armies
shall gather ; when tho engagement is
have been, and whero you may be
found; those who vote the Sj.Aiht
Tickkt aro always respected. But tho
"Field. Stall', and Lino" to-morrow vill
not desert us. Be not dismayed if some
of the men, when they aro tho inost
needed, 'ahd'hilon whom .you havo for
merly relied, go oil "bumming" to
morrow. Our cause is Just and true.
Stand firm, and roinforcemonts will
jpin us. Vote tho County ticket fcolid-,,!
1 II. 1 ,11 111 T 1 'K.J ' 111
solid shot will tell.
lillOK oui jui ajmt
FtilnyAKD Ybun BaIIts,
The Democrats nominated Mr. U. F.
Perkins for Town Representative, at
their caucus on Saturday evening. This
Fceured them a sweet night's slumber,
and quiet thoughts during the succeed
ing flay, no doubt. Mr. Perkins lives
in Boston. He has advertised in this
paper his home in this town as for sale.
"Wo conclude that he dees not intend to
live in St. Albans. If elected hero he
could not represent us in the Massachu
setts Legislature; and we do not think
he would represent us in the Legislature
of this state. Not at" the expense
of any private interest and; his
private Interest is very sure to inter
fere, we candidly think, as we have rea
son to. If the Democracy wish to
amuse themselves by voting for htm,
we have no right to object ; but it will
be very foolish lor any Republicans to
play " fast and loose" witli his name
Mr. Hunt is their fairly chosen cand "
date that is or ought to be enough to
secure him the election over any Demo
crat, whether he lives in the West, in
Boston, or St. Albans.
The Contest in Franl.tin County.
The Burlington Times, as good
authority as the State affords, has the
following article on the contest in this
County, in its issue to-day. As no man
is better acquainted with political men
all over theState than Mr. Bigelow, his
emphatic endorsement of Mr. Barlow
should set at rest any mind which has
been led to doubt by the unscrupulous
stories of professed Republicans, who
arc working for a JJcniocrui Victor At
wood. The Y7HC8 says:
We are glad to learn that the prospect
of the election of the Hon. Bradley Bar
low to the State Senate from Franklin
County grows more assured every day.
In the event of Mr. Barlow's election
no county in Vermont will be more ably
and efficiently represented than Frank
lin, a statement that no one will dis
pute who has seen Mr. Barlow in form
er years on the floor of the House. To
our mind he is one of the A'cry best leg
islators in Vermont, having an energet
ic, practical mind that is naturally at
war with all kinds of pretentious legis
lative "humbug." Franklin county has
not his equal for valuable public ablity,
and wo question whether the State has
his superior. Air. Atwood his oppon
ent is a Democrat of the malignant" An
dy Johnson" type. A man of generally
conceded private worm, and douhness
sincere in his political convictions Mr.
Atwood is the representative of the odi
ous ideas of the opposition, and should
liierelore uo unanimously repudiated by
every thoughtful Republican, since no
man can vote for him without endors
ing his political position as "a Johnson
man" at a time when even the bitterest
Democrats with dilliculty swallowed
" his excellency." Wc trust our friends
in Franklin County will honor Mr. Bar
low and themselves by giving him a
How Shall I Vote
Editors Transcript :
I have professed to bo a Republican
for a great many years, and have so vot
ed. I think the party is composed of tho
most loyal men hi the United States ;
at any rate, no one belonging to it, to my
knowledge, ever was known to fire upon
the nag oi our country, i am in sym
pathy witli the parly because it has ac
complished so much in saving the couii'
try from being overthrown by tho rebels
Now, the question witli me is, whether
to vote for the nominees of the Republi
can party for County Offices and Town
Representative. The party have made
their nominations without a formal
protest having been made at cither Con
ventlon by any one. A friend of mine,
whom I call Benjamin, knows that I do
liotiikeMr. Barlow nor Mr. Hunt very
well, and. Jicwants ij sliallryote for Mr
Atwood to defeat Mr. Barlow. This I
cannot . do',- liecause" in voting for-Mr.
Atwood I should give tho lie to my
whole polMcaTdifotthd defeat Myself at
last. Mr) Atwood Is -notl 1 id i political
sympathy with mo, but; ok the con
trary, is doing.aH'ho possibly'ctm to un
do what our soldiers havo waded through
bppd to (Jpniplli. If 'I.'dfl not Vote
for'Mr. Barlow,'! shall cast iny vote for
sonie other Republican of my personal
choice, who stands no chance of anelqc
lion, and throw my vote away.
but I am told that he is tiying to break
up (thq Republican jjartyso he can build
up a party ohila JwiiJ rW Sl-ltntfTino to
vote for him. Now, 1 understand that
Denjamin never voted a regular ticket
in ids life, nnitfrltiafyct;! coj&dquq)i'tjy I
am the best man if this be true. I thin?;
I shall try to get up a party of my Own,
as Aaron Burr did, and ask Benjamin to
vote for me. I cannot vote for his party
nor himself, becauso I am unddr greater
obligations to the Republican party. It
has done more for the United States. I
do not think ifwould becood polloyor
me to break away from the Republican
and hang my destinies to a private con
cern., for iif iBeniamln .should die. it
'would b6 fhVend of'hWpaftv 6i tho
whole, I think it will be tho safest ii
tho long run to stick to tho old ship,
vhl,i!h (WjtlJerod th.eeayjesfi gale's
of any ship that has sailed the seas. I
cannot go with Benjamin in any event
until he votes once the regular ticket. 1
wbuld notyoto for my axvi brotherif he1
had acted ho ; would you ? l! do not
think it,would,bp manly to thrqw my
vote away ; I cannot vote for a dDlmo
crat, consequently X must vote thp rogu-i
,iar.tick'ft'i arid,Jit tho indcpbn'dci can
didates ijo it on their own hook and play
iiito llidliandsUf thO'Dom6draWa'il Utsual,
- St. Albans, Aug. 20. ',
1-iom thoNtnv York Times. . construction, given by Mr. Atwood, let 1
The. Elections in Vermont and i it be remembered that Mr. Barlow, who i
Maine. was absent from the Senate see Senate
In this country when, public opinion, J.0111; 1S00 78 "il,c a 1
independently expressed, has so great 11,0 Joinl resolution adopting the XIV.
weight, the importance of the elections amendment to the Constitution was
to be soon held In Vermont and Maine, I passed, on his return to ills scat request-!
;,0vbei:,!St1,l1i,sm,!!n(h xfLSte ,h!rlthlr n;,B,1,;b0 "V;!011 ,u fr
advantage. She fires (he first can- vor of that aniendnient ; and thus vol
non of the campaign. As we have ' unlarlly placed himself on record as a
formerly shown, the Kentucky elec-1 supporter of Republican measures, as ho
entirely deprive them of value as an In
dlciitloiiH of public opinion. There Is
an absolute reign of terror in that State,
growing out of the prejudice against
both negroes and Union men which tie-1
toned lariro numbers of Upimhllciins I
from voting. Rut for this fact, the re
mit of the election would not have dif
fered substantially from that of 1800.
It is fortunate, then, that the first free
expression ol popular opinion is to come
lrom the Green Mountain fetalc.
riirouirh and throujrh that State is for
Grant and Colfax. Only let the full
vote be polled, and the Republican ma
jority ought to reach, if it does not ex
ceed, that ol 1800, which amounted to
No Republican should stay from the
polls because it is only a State election,
and because it is impossible for the Dem
ocrats to win. Let him remember that
every vote lost by the Republicans in
September and October is so much lost
in the weight of public opinion on the
side of Gen. Grant. Vermont will influ
ence Maine, and the waves from those
two states win now over lowa, Indiana,
Ohio and Pennsylvania, in October.
The momentum and effect of that wave
will be measured by the Republican ma
jorities given in these early elections.
t here is every reason why Vermont
and Maine should maintain tile posi
tion held by them in 1800, and Ave be
lieve they will do it. Let no voter al
low himself to be diverted by the side
issues which the Democrats are urging
so strongly, becavse they dare not face
the one great question which is involved
in the campaign. The charges ol nnan
cial corruption and of heavy taxation
should be hurled back against the as
sailants. We arc to lake the ofi'cnsive
and not the defensive. When a Re
publican voter is asked to account for
revenue funds, let him reply that these
have grown out of the quarrel between
Co im res s and a refractory President a
quarrel which !was perpetuated by the
attitude ol the Democratic party, it he
is asked to account for the burden of an
immense national debt, let him charge
the responsibility of that burden upon
the party which forced the war and
made the debt a necessity. 11 negro
supremacy is thrown in his faco let him
deny the existence of such an element
in our politics, and point to the late
Mississippi election as the basis of his
denial ; and let them, moreover, charge
against his opponents thatrVicy, by their
factious opposition to an amendment
which left suffrage to the Stales, made
tle negro vote a necessity of any possi
ble restoration. If he is told that the
Republican party lias been to any de
gree surrendered to extreme Radical
leadership, let him deny the surrender,
and point to the nomination of Gen.
Grant for President as the surest indi
cation of a liberal and conservative poli
cy. Let him, moreover, attack the
Democrats on the ground of their ex
treme policy, shown both in their plat
form and the candidates, as well as in
tho published speeches and letters of
their nominee for Vice-President, and of
their paroled woniedcrate mends in the
Every Republican voter in Vermont
and Maine may also remember that the
reaction of the last year against the Con
gressional policy has no more substan
tial meaning or force than the reaction
(equal in degree and amount) which was
exhibited in 1803, after Lincoln's
Emancipation Proclamation. The lat
ter did not then save tho Domocatic par
ty from huniilialing defeat in 1804 ; the
former will do them no more service
The Republican party must hold its
position firmly, and move without hesi
tation or any consciousness of weakness
upon the enemy's Avorks. Its victory
now is as necessary to the salvation of
tlin Rniiublio ;ih it was in 1804. Then.
under General Gralit, as1 "a' military lcad
el,' we propose to conquer the rebelliop,
instead of surrendering to 'it; now, un
der the same leader, wo propose to se
cure perfect peace and reconciliation
' 'Tht JleJiolation. . rtn,
, . WITH ,AN AliniTJtOf. , ,,
The folio wing is' the resolution to
yhich M,r. Atkins idluded in, hisspeeol
before tho Democratic . Convention at
FidrficTd', 6ii 'Thursday, and for voting
against which he highly compli'ntcnted
Mr, 'tf-tj)l)it tHe4n6thne urging,
the Democrats of Franklin County to1
give him their most cordial support:
Tho resolution,, it'wjll' lie rcuippibeyod,
was introduced in the Senate by Mr.
Stesaa'etllly the Wuiiatef ami Uiouse
of Representatives of the State of Verr
mont, That in the unhappy conflict
of opinion between Congress and tho
il-IxecutiyeDtsnfirtiriGiit oftha JNaiional
Goveriin'ieiit'in'ii'laUon to-tho' policy to
bo pursued in tho reconstruction of thp
Stated lately in rebellion, wo heartly
endorse the action of Gongrfc$s and be
lieve that its measures need only, .U- lo
faithfully carried out by the executive
to'sccuro an early and satisfactory resto
ration of the country to quietness and
Which was read and .adojitcd on (ho
part of the Sen'rt'te."
, Tho veas and nays having been do-
, Thoso Senators who voted in thcaf-
Allen, i i Dowoy, Leonard., . ,
Andors6n, Dyer. ..Martin,
iiakci A I HO $qodhqa,i,iOrcutt,
Um iof rwt
1 1 lQl)
"Tho senator who voted in1
,11 S If.. A lui.inrl il
In cbhtrast With the above yog.
against the course of Congress, unon re
every vote upon
party principles. Can Republicans hesi
tate for which man to case a Republi
can vote ?
M issisquoi Springs.
OouENSltnitoir, Juno 22i1, 18G8.
Dear Kir:--1 talui tlio liberty to wiito
jou, iiHliitiK Ihmv tliey nro (,'i'ttiiif; nloiif,' nt tho
Miasisquoi Springs. Vt'lictlior they aro littiiif,'
up nny lioteln, and whatthu price of hoard in
per week. Writo tno lull particulars, all about
tho Springs. My health is llrat rate. I am ns
Miiind as I over was. Tho cancer on my f.ico is
all oil', anil as smooth as it over was. Tlioro aro
other parlies that want to go to the Springs this
Summer. My writing you will much oblige me.
Tell Mr. Wright I nm much obliged to liim fur
his courtesy in writing to me.
I am, Sir, your obedient servant,
JOHN E. TALLMAN.
The certiiicate you notice says thnt 1 com
menced the use of the Missfaqnoi Spring water
on the 7th of May, and continued till tlio analy
sis of tho Vt. Spring ; or 1 might havo said more
precisely till the last of October, at which time
I used up tho hist of the water 1 had from you,
which was a part of that billed to mebyjou
as l relerred to uctolier otn at the commence
ment of this letter. 1 uillsuv that I don't think
I would havo lived but a low weeks had it not
been for tho timely uro of tho Missisquoi Spiing
Water, and said so to your agent, and many
others them lost summer.
Very llespectfully, Yours,
J. M. CLAltK.
Twenty-Jlcc lears Practice
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ADDltESS TO THE NKltVOUS AND DE
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tracted from hidden causes, and whose cases re
quire prompt treatment to render existence de
sirable : If you aro sutlering or havo MUilercd,
from involuntary (Uncharges, what effect docs it
produce, upon your general health ? Do you fool
weak, debilitated, easily tired ; Does a httlo ex
tra exertion produeo palpitation of tho heart ?
Does your liver, or urinary, organs, or vour kid
neys, frequently get out of order ? Is your
urino sometimes thick, milky, or llocky, or is it
ropy on bottling ' Or does a" thick scum riso on
the top 'I Or is a sediment at tho bottom after it
has stood awhilo V Do you havo spells of short
breathing or dyspepsia V Aro your bowels con
stipated? Do you havo spells of fainting, or
rushes of blood to tho head ? Is your memory
impaired ? Is your mind constantly dwelling up
on this subject V Do you feeldull, listless, mop
ing, tired of company, of life ? Do you wish to
bo lelt aUnio, to got away from everybody ?
Docs any littlo thing make you start or jump ?
Is your sleep broken or restless ? Is tho lustro
of vour eyo as brilliant ? Tho bloom on vour
cheek as blight? Do you enjoy yourself in so
ciety as welt ? Do you pursue your bufaincss
with the same cliergy ? Do you feel as much
conlldenco in yourself? Aro' your spirits dull
Mid flagging, given to tits of melancholy ? If so
do not lav il to your liver or dyspepsia. Have
you restless nights? Your back weak, your
knees weak, nnd havo hut littlo appetite, 'and
you attribute thiH to dyspepsia or Hvor-eom-lilaint
Now, reader, self abuse, venereal disease;
badly cured, ami seivuhl 'ekecsa'ds,1 tvV6" -All t'Jia-'
bio of producing a weakness of tho goncriith'q.
organW Tho-iofgiJal offIgt.nei,iHAVi?r.Wlroii in
periecf. ijcaitu, maiip tug mjui. f"j' you ever
think- that thoso bold, 'defiant.1 e'iWttoticf1 per
severing, successful business tueii' aro lAlWiijm
inoso wuoso generative organs aro in periect
.health.?: You never hear, such men, complain of
I- ' 1 .... . '(-,
and pleasajit in tho. 'coiunai'w' or iaiiidk.. and
lHya,ii)id.tJieu),i-ig1ht, .iii'.'Hie 'Or-iWrtug, if
youiVdov,nc;ist looks Xutuiy olhei''liicAnlieis
almut thum,, 1 do, ipl luotii.thOaa hUaW(i;by
ruiinin.g to.execwb, .'JJliJaju, W. not ojilj1' Vii n1
ness wilh.ur foy.i . , . , ' , . " '
How lnanv meii. l'rofh badlv' cui( d 'dKorfsds'.'
from tho ellects of scli-aluu aed gxerfSi'Sj halo
nrpugni ,aiur,,iiiat $talo ol weakness it) jtiiohtf
which hiinaiify is,, heir to. aid tho real ca'tiso
of tho trouble scarcely over fmspoqert, ahd bayo
doctored for all but tfiti nLdit ohe. ' ' '
Diseases of tlieso.orgnii'M'equiro tho uso of! a'
Hiurotig, HKLMlfP.IiIV.S. FUID EX'JJltAtiT
DUCI1V is,t)io great Diuretic, find a A certain
ll-ji I 1 1 n ( 1 u j.l t i.i l(l.,.l.li ! 1 1 1 i intA 'r'.i..'
Female, froip, wha'toyor, c'jiuo ongpiafi'ui;, uhd
)i(i matter of hpv hjng htiiiding. ,
If jut trpalniciit js,u)iiniilvd,i, CiJiisniiihtion
or Insanity may ensue., ,0f fleh.tml ,ulood
arosuppqrtud.fromjlieijijsoprccfi' aria t)i0,ie'ath
ami I uppinvbH, ;uid .lhat of, l'psteHty 'rtgnqiuls
upin priMUPt o,oi'fl rcliftWgiueuy. , ' '
, UehiiJiqld's .Exlvaet, Mncjiii, (pWlililleo:, lip
wards, of 18 ytrsj jlrvp'arctt )y IL T. 4IELQI
MOLD, Druggist, MI New York, ,it ipt fc'oltl;
Wtli JJtrest,, Vhilfiaolphla, 'a. Vmc-SllS blv
Vottlp, uv (! b.ttles. for ?G.5t) dcliWffo iy
ilddrosH. b,((hl,liy- a 1 Druggists ycr.vvljci,d, 'on
XfS" Jfofio arp (jgpuiiie,n,ipeHH' Joiio mi ill sldqlr
engraved wra'ppov.i wi(h.'Xac-flhnilo,or piy Chejni
eal Warehouse, and signed ' '
220 II. T. IIELMMOLI).
FOB, OXfJB flOLXiAH !
llil's; or'r.iTOlvc ClwcUm.seut.iwiQno Dollaii
describing twolvo difl'orcnt articles which woSvill
sell for iuv ffoifur jucit. ,
Jtt2" Ladios and gontlemon wanted' ns.vAxehts,
to whom tho most liberal iiidueunuuits aro oilbr-
cd, and satisfaction
sl'action guaraptefd In all cases.)
trtf liAdLETTS & CO.,,
Xfrnnifiinhirpi: Annuls1 1
1rJ 'A. --f-"'tt ,.K
Miganq .yuai na3 reuueoo., uui genyrai P.viiipm f.o
niiich lis (9 i,uuui;o dniust, ovei:y"tli6i; dlij'casoi
idiocy, luuacy, paralyffisj spinal affections, Sui
cide, and' almost oVorv'othor' form .of disease
luuiiim, vuiiyin viiiHy, .miiuniseartus pi ifio
Urinary Oiuaiis, wlmther, exi'stiuu hi Mhlo (or
TrE SELIj DltESS FATTEHNS. PANT Pat.
.Vc. I'ii'fiilurs Sent Free, friviuir full nartltmi'
lTnw Miimnrtl Tlnvr
bT. A IjUAjNS - - - - VF.11MOMT
Gciu'ral Accticy for tlio
STEI N WAY PIANOS,
HoHtnn, nnil tho
ESTEY A- CO.'S
I ho A ox Ihnimmi Tremolo Crownin
In addition to tho
X A l.L X lliVlL.lllJ.lllJ S
PATENT MANUAL SLB
I) I a
V.ilW X' P. lin... II
all lival makers of lleid Instruments, bv tl
introduction of their
- I 1 I I UIIA ,11 N.I M 111 U I KPIVI, II
I Ins most wonderful and beautiful addition
t III 'il m. i........ : 1 , .1 , , ,,.
lllllsti.,! rilificMturu (. Ili.i ........1.... ... I... 11...
li,i .,lif.t .,11 : . . .
THE FIRST PRE MI
WllM nu ni'ilnii tn tliiu L.ul,.,,.. 1 -i n. x.
........ .....iw .... .ii j l (iH (11 in i- aHUW IjIIUIIU
Ss I M 1 lit Vl-lnlit 1..i,. Mi It...-., .
ami lowa Mato Fair, out all othor iiiHtninmnt
. ' ni . i'l innlllll 1 Mill 11 L it
llltOuilltwr M.tt. i 11 (- IT,. 1..1I..V.
niiiiiu niiiiiviit-uii vuKii" aim layioi iV i-arioy
il ih wry ltnponant tiint puivliaacrH bear
tt'llt lu inniln lie II,,., r T 1.'t"H l.r tf 1.
I lit nlllftf lUlllltta at otiii,.i.,i.,'li,
IlV t 1 1 1 tt 1 tliwl if nMii-o.. ..,. v.. 1 .... 11...
incniH ot no nthur maker.
Tlio umliTtfiL'ncil lias inado arranKomcnts
llll-tiluli I'nilio ft: 41... ....!....: I V
V...1, .11. .1 1 : .... 11.. ... i
Hirill I IIHIMO IIWIII llllt (II lllll III I Ilt'l I 1111 ll
tnvinu C,,L('.i,.i:,. 1 1 1.. .11
hcmi lor an llhiHtrated cnrular. AiUln'ss
II. A. U'ON, St. AlhatiH, Vt.
Atiiuli. utti.ll uiiiui,!,,! :..,... 1 .
Jewelry Ktoro l'innos, OrgaiiH. ami Molodui
nt tltn tuiiu. .t;i.. ... i.....:.i, i:..!..ii..i.i ..
ii'22-ti' II A. 1 .Ynv
SAVE l'OUK MOiNEY
m . X' , ... . 1, .... ... . . ..
JJ lorks. Warranted to wear eoual tot
1 m 1 iiuiiik uiy iiuw I'uieui i-i:iii'(i r,i)t)(iiis a
best Treble Plate at verv niiieli less m-iiw. f!
REAL LOTEltIA DE LA ISLA DE CU1W
1 In the drawings for 1808 there will bo :
$390,000 INT GOLD.
Drawn Once in .Si'cenlcrn Days.
ination given bv
173-ly 03 N. .Main St., I'rovidence. It. I
G. 13. SMITH,
Itetail Dealer in.
1)..IV..ln !..! 17.... r
Ladies' Dross Furs, Eur and Muck Glovca
Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav
eling Mags, Trunks, Ac, Ac.
pnn (tiiinnm 1 rimn
run ar kk ra i.iih.
. w 1 . will. ll. will.
(i 1 i;iii;u r 11. mm in
x ii;i u t tt luuuivcii a iuiliu kjl tu mat i
nriMincf two Ncsw and Eleftnt Pattcnm cal
v 1 1; 1 1 . vii iiiiL a. il 11 1 un.,. Ainui niiiuiL'ii muni
I'ljJO'i lioiiuiio'i otll' IWTTTiXU ITTTTuT
i lin-i MiiiiN(Tiiiir imiith ii ir niiiii iiiu inrm iv
J. Westford, in t,ho County of ChittonU
l..:t.l.'. .1, x r. 7 .
ono nnlo lrom, tho', yijliigo jncai school)
cmirijn.ji nceu -running water to tlio lio
mill utiiiin an u.uiiiiii.iiiL.11 in iiiiiL. j tvti l:
Farm lor Sale.
Siii'UArjaj,jiu Tiio'oasi imi'ioi'MieKioiu
k v..n....l..k. .1... nf.'.l.' 1.3 i
-t n i itiliiVi ft) i il ..iiILk...ii , j. .-.. . i
canaoio oi necpingoo cows, on sucep, a team
Yoo(l and timber land cnou
rh for tho farm.
It 1 1 1 I ITIII'I'NI,. , II 1111, I" 1 1 lllll II I Will III' III. Ill II. II 11
es. dairv-houso and barn. This farm is ab
S or II inllrn ft'nni ihrt Of rthniti'd npHiil'H.
fh'rtlier'parttcuiarti bntmh-jy bf thc'lfjvViicr'oA
ok-nVvilm., 'IWIT'T fiM' Til T IJ
IiUnl rMii'iniiii. ' ii'.' 'in. initn. i.iit
1 ,., ,- ....... ' I f 1 'fit'
uooa uairv rar
rnOlt 8 ALU IN MOIUUSTOWN, within
..,,1 1 . ,11... . .
Tubs and Sugar Utensils. '
mostiyii.peaiunB, j 1(J
House 30 x 40. in fronirrenair. with irood
i in tint T riK 7r i 'H r. , 1.1 ,i j jm . . n :iilj
kikHJiUigoddrrepahU Itnmitn&MwivtJr ho
1 i'oriji uma oijiivj' uni riom, .iwciii.yiaqroiii
bosolilAvlth Iwitiiimiirsiild aj 'jittoJ
MiHeveu'Qowsild viiirdifia luiiforo.iiG (sIicolx
a span of good worfejmrrtjlVljU WjWl'lrtU
place if desired, aud all faruiuiH toolrf.
. . All to boTsoltl veH cWap'W tsh.
MorristoVvn, AllL'.' IffIto'.l L
11 TI .III 1 . il 7.'HIVI
'' 1... 1. .1 , , 'I .,M. -,!..
Mil V tlll'Joi'J
mr NU?. SKSMJ STOMA
.i;ntior"j iilitusi.ftjnl Stjilir Wmv, xvliinh .1 in-i-
.IT Villi swn ly.i n MIIIAI- , fl.(lJ MknV
Gcorcr'6' H'FaHyr' "t UlrUinin.i. o
HUgaiuorcuius,,; ai, tito ,j;ruiiiK mnj
farm. Tho above ftinn Will Keep forty; cows
team through tho year. Eorfiirthbr'tidrticu
i 1 i tnnn 1
Liiiuii .Tiii'ar nirnii i n 111 iinni 1 iii-n. n rj irr 11
I 4A.U. 1UI LTlJlJll. ILU U111I1LT IIUI1HUH ML llILLt.Il U I
I..Jii..vtuijXi ij'jlim 1', iii' iT.n 1 , .1 , 1 1
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