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VlRMONT DAILY TRAN6CHTPT, OCTOBER 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBAX3, VT.
Wednesday, October, 2S lSfiS.
UL.YSKKS S. O RANT.
for vice piinsmK.vT,
For Elector nt I.-irqe-dmnnr. V. fliivvnr.Y.
VvrKonnes; H. Faiiuus-ks, of St. Johnsbury.
kiss, of StOWl'.
Third Dlstnr-t -OF.onnc Wit.
' - A -
The Presidential lCfrcthm.
On Tuesday next, tho freemen of the
United States will be called upon to cast
their vote for President and Vice
President of the Unit"l S'.ites for four
years from t lie 1th of March nexl. If
we excot the second election of Abra
ham Lincoln, no election since the
Government was organized has been
fraught with ouch momct.toua votise
iiuences m arc ladeno'l upon tho one so
near at hand. We wish our rea '.era to
reflect upon the condition of our public
affairs at the present time, and their
causes, before thoycast their votes. The
privileges of tho elective franchise arc
a precious boon bestowed upon freemen,
and one which we should not thought
lessly or wickedly allow to be taken
We have full hope in the great future
of the American Republic. Wo have
tho fullest confidence in tho capacity
and power of tho Government to perpet
uate itsel('to the latest time ; Hint confi
dence arises frttn our belief in the Intel
ligence, integrity, and industry of the
American people. The oilspring of tho
fnthors who wrested thi- country from
tho grasp of a foreign monarch, have re
ceived the mantle of their patriotism.
The children of the soldiers of the war
of 1812 still live, and thesurvi orsofthe
Mexican war are yet among us. Every
household in Vermont, almost, has been
represented in n greater and more cruel
war than all others, to perpetuate the
Government, and the tales of sufTeing
patriotism will noverbo told.
New, nil of these wars liave boo t for
some purpose, and from tho results of
which the people have receive 1 great
blessings. Do we bel eve in the neces
sity of the war of the Revolution ? Yes ;
the present generation Joes believe,
without a single exception ; yet we
should remember chat there wore Val
landighams, Pendletons, and Seymoms
although known by different n inei
who lived then and opposn the war,
and history gives them the niuno o
Tories. Those who opptwjd the wav of
the revolution at the tinu, hive ever
since failed to make tle people believe
that they were the true friends of the
Amcric n Ito, ublic, and have never
been able to control the Government
The war of 1312 was doctored and
fought out under a Republican Admin
istration, and those who opposed that
, war, have since that time, met with
signal defeat in their nspiratians to con
troll the government. The Mexican
war was declared and decided under the
Democratic Administration of James K.
Polk. There was at the time a great
portion ot the American people who op
posed th2 war upon the grounds of prin
cipal nlone, and yet that opposition re
sulted in their defeat ever afterwards,
except In the election of Gen. Taylor,
the champion of tho war, whoso person
al popularity alone, secured hi3 election.
The peoplo would not afterwards s' op to
consider whether the war was right or
wrong. It was enough for them to
know that certain men prosecuted it to
a successful termination,
If anything further than the prompt
ings of patriotism in the hearts of Amer
icans were necessary to rorjtel tlie lu
ture of parties; the foregoing lessons
may be perused. Tho truth is, the great
mass of the leaders of the Democratic
party, who arc the acknowledged lead
ers at the prcsdnt time, in an evil hour,
turned their backs ui on iheir country,
and could smile over our ca. amities.
This has been the great mistake of their
lives, well clung to up to the prcjint
time. Tho "War Democrats where are
they now? the great u an of them, tho
truly homst ones, will cast their votes
iov tho "War Democrat, U. b. urant.
Jr would seem to be unnecessary for
vb bo called upon to provo tho po
sitions which Vallandigham, Frank
Pierce, or Horatio Seymour oceu: ied
during the war. ilaelj one of hem
sustained the war to fur Ui they were
compelled to do so by the peoplo, and no
farther. Everything pertaining to tho
great conflict, is yet too lrcsli m our
minds to lerjuiro lengthy tcmakJ, but
the following extracts lrom W.o l vocn
of Horatio Seymour, made ou the 4.U u
of intei est at tin
" When I accepted this invitation t
ppeak with other nt this tucHlmr, w
were pionils -d the down-fall of VJelts
burgh, the opening of the Me-siss ppl
the probable captutc oft te Confederal
capital, and the cxhatM on of the rebel
lion, lly (.otniuon consent all paitie
had fixed upon th'i d ty when tho .v
cults of the campaign should be knowi
to mark out that lino of policy whlo.
tlu-y felt our count, y should pursue.
Hut in the moment of ox eeted victor
came the midnight cry for help "roti
Pennsylvania tosaw it'sdospoi'ed llel i
fiom the Invadltigfon :and almo twitli
In sight of th s great oomnnM-cial me
troioMs the slilhs of your me-ebatit'
were burned to the water's ed je."
After exciting the passions of hisa'i
elencc by ntpea's to thc!r feelings, h
used tin memorable words which nin
days afterward were rcco Uctcd am
put Into practicil operation by tho infu
riated ruffians, who for n eliort time gov
erncd Xow York, an 1 mvl It the scene
of murderous and unprovo'te l oitr.vjes
until quelled by the strong arm of tin
" Remember this, that (he bloody and
(reasonable and revolutionary doctrine
of public ncecs-iitv CAN RE PRO
CLAIMED BY A MOB as well as o.
a government." On the 11th of July in
knew thedruft which he had denounce,
as unconstitutional was to beco
and he should have anticipated thofvi
pliea ion of bis words by the mob (o i..
On the loth the riots commenced.
Tho tone of lanuaw of Governor Sey
mour, in his Fourth of July oration,
like that of ex-President Pierce, was
cold, vacillating, and discouraging, prog
nosticating defeat and ruin in tho prose
cution of this "fearful, fruitless, fatal,
civil war." "I speak of this war a
fruitless," said the ox-Pro .ident ; and
alter condemning emancipation in the
strongest language, and alluding to his
advice in IS(il not to resort to arms, he
adds: "All that has occurred since then
has strengthened and confirmed my con
victions in tills regard. I repoit, then,
my judgment impel mo to rely upon
MORAL FORCE! ! ! and not upon any
of the covrcive instrumentalities or' mil
Horatio Seymour who u'.torcl those
discouraging words, and tho man who
is to be blamed morj than any other
man for the New York rnt, is now
stumping the country to see J re. his elec
tion, lie is "swinging around the cir
cle," but he will fail to wipe out the re
cord lie lias made. It will stick to him
in spite of himself. We must rem ;m
bor that Horatio Seymour presided
over the D mocrntic Convention in 1S-31
that nominated MeClellan and declared
the war a failure. Valandingham, Pen
lleton and that class of in .mi, controlled
that Convention. In the New York
Convention of this year, these same
man aided by the unrepmtaut rebels o.
the h'outh contrjlled the- proceedings
and nominate l Seymour in return.
Seymour is dissatidi-'d with Blah and
the Blalrs are disat's!ied with Soy m our
and think that Frank should stand at
the head of the tick jt. Every State
election so far (.except Kentucky) in
creases the trouble in the rank of tho
Democracy. They bein to &C2 th it
those who opposed o.' nglectcl their
country in time of its greatest tr.al, are
to go on, "up Salt River" for all com
ing inn.;. This isali ird lesson to learn,
but let tho past direct the fjturo of our
Jntljt I'lvrwjHHit on tit a I'olitictil
J -in 1 1 vs.
From tho very ablo and eloquent
speech made i.y Judge Edwards Pierre
pont, at the m joting of War Democrats
in New Yoik, Wednesday night, wo
take tho following closing extract :
The Supreme Court of the Uaitod
States have decided ihtu by war uie
rebels lost all ilieir rights under the
Cons itutiou, and thatnhthey can have
is of lavor. Bat of what avail are the
laws oi Congress and the dee.s.ons of the
Supremo Court? Blair proni.ses to
trample them into th.' dust; and next
will surely loll w a claim that the robots
shall be paid for tho ios of tlieir slaves.
Let us iiore ause and ask wny tney
should not bo t aid? Tney lost much by
tho war, and Ly the Pioeiamtitioa oi
Freedom. If the war was unconstitu
tional and wrong, then surely, the
Emancipation reclamation was void,
and the laws by which money was rais
ed 1 to protcciwo that war, in e vo.d also.
1 Have presented tuts issuj m tne lean
ing Seymour and Blair m-.-n have nam
ed it. It is a lair issue .lear, open, and
bold there is no clodding this ireue.
And now f. ask upon mis i. sue.who will
vote against O rani? Ever rebel hater
or our i.ecGovui'umout wli vo.e against
Grant. Every cruel jailor wiio exposed,
stai ved, and robbed our pri&ouul sol
diers, wdl vote ngaiiibi Grant. Every
aider in HiCcO er.nies aga.iist liuni.ui.ty
and civil. nation, perpetrated at tho Lib
by and at Anueisonvilie, win vote
against Uraiu. j:.vory contemner oi
cur Hag, dospiscr of our Coven. uieiit,
and violator of its benign law,wul vote
against urant, Evory rebel raider troin
Canada, who rot bod a)id murdered the
Uoielisclets people of St. Aioaim , every
uihuniui wictcii who plotted topoirou
your waters, own your cues, ami tut. o
uueed pestilence mm all tlie Aor.li, will
vote against Grant, Every traitor,
every cuiisp.rator whouiucd ui the min
der of Presiijut Liiieom, and tlie nssas.
siitatiou of becietary be ward, will voto
aga.nst Grant. And bo.nu goo. I men,
b.muod by party pivj uuiw, or bout .u
bo idage by pany lears may vo.o at;alust
uraii,. ut leu lue, W.h any i.iu.or,
the baod or who-o only sou was s.ieu
in niu couutty'a t'iu,e, vote aga.Ust
Grant? will tne sui'viVijiE soldier, wiio
o idurd the perils, ami M.v tw. the
gio.us ot tueetsaaii war, . .'o ayaiubt
I wiaut ? NViii luo trustees o." the w.UOw
July, ISO!, will lu
md the orphan, and tho humble labor
r. whose little all Is in some bavings
nsilttitioh K)i ndent wholly upon it: -ome
derived troni Uowrtii. cut bonds,
role against Grant ?
Will any Father In tho Roman
Jithclio Church, looking to the Wel
ti e of the children of that Church,
vhop earnings are deposited for r-a.'ety,
iiiii d, awing interest from United Sui e.'
ecurit.es, vote iin'ust Grant? Will
nirn opted icllow citizens, upon who t
idv.ee millions of io,elgn eaj Ital have
eon invested here, vo;e against Grant?
tVill utiy Intelligent man ofbusliie-s
Merchant, b in uc, m.m i.neturer, sal i
ed clerk, or day-laboiur, who wlshe
tabllity, socuiity. and prosperity fin
t.m eh and his children, vote against
rrant? Will any man who does not
vish the nation hit nbled. trea on lion
red, and patilo.lsni insured, vo e
igam-t Gian . consider it wed, tellow
itizom. voto deliberately, vote conci
ntiou ly; voto no w.n tin atrlot, vote
.p tho Uo ol It'yo.i w.lt ; vote Grant a
a. lure, mi .1 Leo the hero of the war ;
nit, be'oj you thus vote, tear down
these moo .ing monuments elected to
'oik i atrlot dead; demolish every
Memorial ston ,' tit Go tysburgh, and in
jve.-y place where a MTaiol'til nation Has
.eared a soldier's tomb ! Level l!0 ),000
Ittle hillock-), under which sleep .1)1.
U ) youn men of the country they died
to save ; the gni-s is very green, so
watered by mothers' tears, and the roses
jlootn well, with mourning sisters an I
joreaved wives have lanted on Uio.e
j raves ! Tramjilc theni in the earth
hoy are all a mockciy the slccpore
lied in an ignoble cause, and well descr
ved t'icir (loom and the-rotting pris
oners of the Libby, r,;ul Uio .starving.
lOrtucd soldiers at Andersonville liad
but thtir just doerts? Vote ngainsl
Grant; and when you sec the Rebels,
ill red with the blood of your m ither's
sons holding high revelry in the Capitol
and confusion, dismay, and anarchy
in the land go toll your children Wi
voted for that ! I would have the South
aeated justly yea, very generously. J
would take no step lor vengeance; but
I would not restore them to power with
their present mad views and audacious
purpose, to subvert the laws and des
troy the liberties of my country.
The voto will soon be cast; when the
ballot has dec. tied an issue in Anoric.t,
the decision conquer even the will all
submit as to the tint of God. As this U
the last, so will be the bitterest contest,
u it the ton shall bo divided agains'
tne son, and man's foe.' sha.l be they of
his own household. It is a war of the
mind, a war of ideas of tl.e will, and of
all the evil passions. The result is cer
tain. Tho storm will rage with great
blackness, but, as the sun rolls down on
the 3d of November next, and stamps
with ink of night the eternal record ol
that day, you shall see one, calm,
serene, and well worthy of your trust,
rising above the storm, and you shall
hear his voice, saving : "Lirr us iiavi;
Lryishtliv.i Slt t itiliai.
From the Manual of the Legislature,
about to be published by tho assistant
clerks of the House, wj compile the fol
1 wing statistics. The Senate, in res
poet to the ocoupatio is of its officers and
members, is divided as follows :
Twelve farmers.lO attorneys, 3 physi
cians. !t tnoichants, 2 b inker, ;1 stu
dents, 1 who ha retired fto.n business, 1
secretary of insurance company, 1 mar
ble dealer, 1 produce dealer.
Nativities: Vermont, i)l ; Massachu
setts, 3; New Hampshire, 2 ; New York,
1; Connecticut, 1.
Religious Preforc'.ico: 1" Congrcga
tionalists. G Episcopalians, l Liberals, 2
Methodists, 2 Unitarians, 1 Presbyterian.
1 Bt tist, 1 Christian, and 1 of no pre
ference. The oldest Senator is Mcrritt Clark.
Poultnov, (jo : the youngest Senator,
Geo. N. Dale, Brighton, 33.
TI12 Hoitsj presents the following rec
Occupations: 151 farmers, 2) attor
neys, it) inc. chants, l m tnuiacturars. .
physicians, U :tudenls, eloife -en, o
clerks, 3 mechanics, 3 lumber dialers,
and 2 ! of .Hi oth ;r occup itions.
Nativities : Vermont, 210 ; New
Hampshire, IS; Ma-sachu ctts, 11 ; New
York, ; Connecticut, 3 ; Cauai'a, 5; and
1 e cii from Nova Scotia, England, and
Religious Preference: fil Congroga
tianalists, 47 of no preference, 42 Meth
odists, 33 Baptists, Universalists, 0
Liberals. 0 Episcopalians, 2 Free-thinkers,
4 Unitarians, 2 Protestants, 2 Chris
tians, 2 Pro-ibyterians, and 1 each of
Disciples, Churchmen, OrthoJox, Cath
olic, Friend, Independent, Uition, and
Olilest numbers, Jabez W. Langdon,
of New Haven, and Joseph Underwood,
of Hmdwiek, each 72 yeaiv. Youngest
nicinbers, Chas. P. Alien, of Iiasburgh,
and A. C. Houghton, of Stamford, each
Political Preference : Republicans, 224;
Democrats, 13. Jfontpclitr Journal.
The official vote of Indiana give a
Republican mijority of 103X In Ohio
our majority is 17.G03; In Ponu ylva
n la, 0371.
Tin-: Canvass. It is said that Sey
mour, on his stumping tour, is accom
panied y a number o. anxious fr.ends,
who str.vo to keep up n s heart, and
have so fur prevented aim from return
ing, home. But he l)itnself, no doubt,
fee.s that it !- of no use; and tne prob
ability Is ihat he will re.urn homo with
in a . eek, eonvinewd that ins Urst le
solve was right, to stay at home quietly,
and take no par- in tne exciiemeiu oi
the canvass. As lor Blair, hos speak
ing with yroat vigor, and nutting a 1
ho.cnts to the Republican party Where
over lie goes, 'lite more Mr. Seynicur
teds tho i cop'.o that it would not bo
voiy d tiigeious to make him President,
the moio Blair c mviucos people that
the Seymour and B.alr tiuito. is em.
nontly to bo avoided by all wuo do not
want a now rcvo.utiou. i'. i.jven
A story illustrating tho po it!on of
the Dvinu.Tacy as regards the iiuticnit
debt, ha its origin nut. far from tl.c city
of Ottawa, I 1. B.ar.ng in mii.d tho
fact ti.at the Democratic party, in every
tjtato ivhuro lliev had a nialoiity in tl.o
! i ear l&O'U, VvjbyluU miu" aj.em )toa to su-
cede from tho Union, and thereby
caused the expenditure of near! v $1,00 ,
00,000, wnich S2,oOJ,00:i,00) rcinalns in
the form of a djbt, and that they are
now abusing the Republlcansonaccouut
of It, t ip point of the story wdl be easily
An honest, Irishman, porhaps a littlo
too fond of whisky, had a wife, who
thrashed him with great regularity, and
often sent him to bed without his siq -per.
One d 'y he entered the office of a
lawyer, to whom his hapless condition
had been for some time known, and
asked for a private consultatk n. when
the following conversation ensued :
Irishman ' The otild woman is in
Lawyer "That's lucky."
Irishman " Well, jc'r honor, how
dmll we get her out?"
Lawyer "What is she sent to Jail
Irishman "S io's fined $14 for break
ing a window, and sent to jail till It Is
Lawyer "Is it only for breaking a
"Irishman "That's all your honor,
excopt tUi"." taking off his hat and
"bowing n fresh gash on the slda of h s
head. "Yo see, I was s'ttiug In Mr.
Mulrooney's grocery, and the ould
woman came by and just heaved a
shtctne through tiic wind ;r and took me
Lawyer "Well. Patrick, if you must
"et her out, the cheapest wav is to pay
Irishman "Jiut she'll murder mc for
quandhcrin' the money !" Chicago
Tivriitjt-jtt't: J cars I'rncflca
In tins Treatment of Dimcrho) incident to Fe
ninlon, h:ia placed Dr. Dow ut tho head of till the
physicians making Hiich practice a Hpccialty, and
'liable;) him to cnarantcc a speoily and pcrmati
'lit euro in tho worst cases of 5iinr.M'oi and
ill other Meiihtrnttl Deranyvments, from cmi
rtr ctmse. All letters for advice must contain
il. Oilier, No. IfcKndicott Street, Boston.
N. 15. Hoard furnished to those Uesiriiii,' to re
main under treatment.
Uoston. July, tb'GS. 221". lvrdtw
Tlit-re is no disease vuich experience has so
impluy proved to ho remediahle by tho
I EllUVIAN SY11UI,
(i protected solut'ou of tlio l'rotoxido of Iron),
is Dyspepsia. The most inveterate form of this
liscas have been conip'etely cured by this
medicine, as ample testimony of somo of our
;lrst eizens proves.
FltOM Till: VENERABLE AKCHDEACON
Dcmiam, Canada East.
" I am an inveterate Dyspeptic ol
MOHE TIIN-25 VGAII STANDINO."
"I have heeii mo wonderfully bene
ited in tho three short wt-eku dui-in which I
li-tve use tho ft rmiau vrup, that 1 can scarce.
Iv lMTHiiadu nivself of tho realitv. IVonle wlr
li.ivo Uiuiun ino are astonished at tho change. 1
im widely known, and can hut recommend to
ithers that which lias done so much, for tne."
NOTHEU CLERGYMAN WHITES AS FOL
LOWS: " My voyape to Europe is indefinitely post
poned. 1 lrivo discovered the " Fountain o
Health" ou litis hide of the Atlantic, 'three
Kilties of Peruvian Syrup have rescued me from
tlie fans 'f tlio tiend DHpep.ia."
A p.uupht!t of 112 pages, containing a hi.iton
'if this lemai-Kahlo remt'dv, with a treatise on
lion as a medicine," will bo sent fix-u to any
The genuine has "Peruvian Svitui-" blown
in tho gtass.
J. P. DINSMOltE. Proprietor,
3l Dey street, New Vurk.
Sold hv all Druggists.
milE St. Albans Bank otM. Albans, Vt whoft
X cliul'lertciiuliiatedou tlie 25th day of March,
IdiM, hereby give uotico that it wi.l redeem its
iiitstanding hills, at its banking house, ill th'
Vermont National Bank of St. Albans, lor one
vear from tho 25th day of Mav, ltitib, agreeably
,o the following act. B. B.UiLOW,
i-t. Albans, Vt., May 20tli, 18C8.
n net relating to the i edemption of Bank notes,
It i -i hereby enacted. Ac.
Ska 1. After the expiration of tho charter ol
my b.x ik ehaitered by this State, or atter the
termination of the exigence of any such ba,ik,
tgieeably to the laws of this State, such bank
may cause notice to be published in ah tho week
.y newspapers ot the county where such bank it
located, foi- one full ,car, setting forth that said
hank will redeem its outstanding bills, the day
if the expiration of its charter or tho date ol
the termination ot its existence, and a copy ol
this act; and upon due publication ot such no
ice, neither such bank nor its otlicers shall be
iabie to any action for the non-redemption for
tuy of its outstanding bills, unless the sunu
shall have been duly presented and payment
thereof demanded within the year aforesaid, at
the banking house of said bank.
Sec. 2. After tho expiration of tho charter,
or atter the termination oHho existence of any
such bank, as aforesaid, tuch hank shall ceast
to he subject to the operation, or liable to the
provisions of the sixty-third section of chaptei
eighty-ninn of the general statutes.
Sue. 3, This act shall tako cli'vct from ite
Approved Nov. 19, 1SGC.
Ma.' 2Uth. I8G8.
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1J ANTS A.nD Vi-blS, ioi l-au aim Winter
. yo ,g ViM. N.SMiill, i t.O'S,
IEMALES, OWING TO THE PECULIAR
I and Important lelatloiin which they sus
tain, their Dectlllar organization, and tho olllees
they perform, tiro subject to ninny suil'eritigs
riei'iioiii noiii ini'se couiiinuio in uo -in-ill lie
eree to tlieir happim ss and welfare, for noiieciui
bo luipi y who aio ill. Not only so, hut uo one
of these nrintt-i fein.de; complaints can long K
snll't ied to run on without involving tho general
health of the ludtvidunl. and ero long produoiiig
peiuuiiieut sickness and premature deelino. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a phvsieian for the re
lict of hese various doucate allectiolis, utitl only
upon the most urgent necessity will a true
woman so far saerilleo her greatest charm us to
do this. Tho sex w.ll then thank us for placing
tn their hands timple speciilcs winch will hi
tound i lllcaeious in relieving and curing anno.-.'
i vo y one of those trotlblesomo coiiip.aints pi eti
har to the sex
Hin.Miioi.n's Extiixct or Bucnc Hundred
sutler on in s leuce, und liuudreds of otheis up
p.y valmy to ilruggists and doctors, who eiti r
meiely tantalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply rcnudies which make them woiso. 1 would
not wish to assert anything that would do I Jus
tice to the allllcted, but i am obliged to say that
although it may bo produced front excessive ex
haustion of the porters of life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food, profu e
menstruation, the use of tea nod coffee, and fre
quent cht dhirth, it is tar oftentr caused by di
rect in Ration, applied to the inueous membi'iiue
of the vagina itself.
When review iiiK the causes of these distres
sing eoiiip, iiiuts. it U most painful to contem
plate the attendant evils couretpicnt upon them.
It is but simple justice to the subject to fiium
er.itu a few oi the many additional causes which
so hugely affect the lite, health, and happiuui-s
of woman in all classes of society, ami which,
consequently, affect more or less diree ly, the
welfare of the entire human family. The inania
tl at exists for piecocious education ami m tr
riage, causes the years that nature designed for
corporeal uevemptuent to Ijo wasted and per
velted it: the restraints of dress, the cariy con
liuomeiit of school, und especially in the un
healthy excitement of the ball-room. Thus,
itli tlio body half-e othed, and the mind unduly
excited b pleasure, perverting in tuidliiglit
revel the hours designed by iiattuu for Hleep and
rest, tlio work of destruction is half accom
plished. In consequence of this early strain upon her
system, uiuuceseaiy clloit is required by the
delicate, votaiy to letain her situation in school
at a later day, t.ius aggravating the evil. When
ouo excitement is over, another in prospective
keeps the liiiud morbidly sensitive to impression,
while the now constant restraint of fashiouubli
dress, absolutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention of or
ganic health and strength ; the exposure to
night air ; the sudden change of temperature ;
the complete piostratiou produced by excesshe
dancing, must, of necessity, produce' tlieir legi
timate effect. At last, an early marriage cap.
the climax of misery, and tho unfortunate one,
hitherto so utterly tegardlesH of the plain dic
tates and lemoiistranees of Iter delicate nature,
becomes an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a tiutliful picture of the ex
pt lience of thousands of our young women.
Long before tile ability to exercise the tunc
tions of the geuerati . organs, they require an
education of tlieir peculiar nervous system, com
posed of what is called the tissue, which is, in
common with tho female bieast and lips, evid
ently under the control of mental euotioiis and
associations at an early period of life ; and, us
wo bliall subsequently see, these emotions, wiien
exe ssive lead, long before pubenty. to habits
winch saplhc ery liio of their victims eie na
ture li.i h Belf-comjilotcd their development.
For Fema e Weakness and Debility, Whites or
Leucorrluea, Too Profuse. Menstruation, Ex
haustion, Too Long Continued Periods, tor Pro
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hold's Comi'ound ExTiiAUT or Buciiu. Dirce-
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iron, infinitely saf r, and mine pleasant. Hki.m
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manity as a ceitain cure for the following disea
ses and symptom-i, fiom whatever cause origin
ating : General Debility, Mental and Physical
Depression, Imbecility, Determination of Blood
to the Head. Confused ideas, Hysteria, Ouiieral
In liability, ' Jfest.ossliet.s and sleeplessness al
Night, Absence of Muscular Lllicioncy, Loss ot
Appetite Dyspepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits,
Disorganization or Para.ysis of tho Organs ot
Lieut-ration, Palpitation of the Heart, and, m
fact, all the concomitants of a Nervous and De
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tles t r iU. Oil. Deliveied to any address. Des
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house, 5'J1 Broadway, N.V.
None are genuine unless done up in stcol
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ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS,
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striction ou Travel, Location or Employment !
Dividends upon the full Premiums paid ou all its
Notes taken it desired for half of tlie Premium
for the first four years, and in case of death,
they are paid by the Dividends and given
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Tlie Full Amount of Insurance is Paid.
It has paid in losses to its Policy Holders over
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For Fianklin. Grand Is o and Lamoille counties.
0. L. BABCOCK, State Agent.
d22Av22U-tf Rutland. Vt.
WANTED. An Agent to maKo a thorough
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Address. N. (i. AXTELL,
Teru. Clinton Co..N. Y.
General Agnt for NortheruNow York und vr
J. VIENNOT 6c CO.,
3eneral Newsmaker dvprHin
l!13 Nassau Street. New York.
(ESTABLISHED I1T 1062.)
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1 I linr ncvn.w.t' -1... r....l !,t.. .. .11
, - "f.-.'hi tiiui niL-n miu n.i uie ill
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io u, liners nt.
Messrs. Phalon .V Son, New York.
" Phelan .V Collender New York.
" Tarrant A- Co.. "
" Chlckering .: Son, "
" Radway ,: Co., "
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tlie notice of tho L&d'cs of St. Albans und
Real Black Throad and Malta Laces.
Roal Y'aU-ncicnncs and Cluny Laces,
MerilHl TTllflnr-.'.,Mta n,wl tl-.ivnt.. t,... r..
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Dress, SacliB, ,t Cloak Fringea aud Gimps.
Small art-s, Ac., Ac.
shall tndeavor to keep on hand a good, libe
.iisortiiieiit, una snail not be undersold bv
one. L. P. KIMPTON
I am ui receipt oi 2' io to au i uris. or t m
euu ail,-liy lue tl.UlO Oil US
as any other Dart v or narties fan mv llnurn
...... i.ik, oi. ....ii .-ii i,t;i iiiiu mill ill 'K I'll
. .....I.. I.. i!l.. ...... si...i . .
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from good to vcrychoico. in full .iuddIv.
IlllU illVUp 1 1'IIS.
A'i t ftit'A 'lil'j nnliiU., f.. wAl..MH
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most noarty tlianKs lor tho very liberal patr
and hope for a continuance of tho same.
j'. j: ituuiii m
St. Albans, Oct, 21, 1SC3.
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Mr iiiui niu-,- uunu ill uie puces oi nrst c
tioititiiituial Mock, "or winch tho subscr
will furnish, for tho . pring Planting of 1
I fill If 1 tl-ii.iunlwl tilot.tu n
Low Prices :
Stardard Apple, let chss, 4C6 feot per 100
do l'ear, du do do
do do extra size, each $1 to I
uwatx .ppie, is: class. do
do do bearing size, do
do Pear do do do il to $
uo uo let class do
Cherry trees, standard or dwarf
I'lutii trees, Ut ciass
Delaware, Concord, Diana, Hartford,
Prolific, Creueliug, Rebecca, Allen's
llylind, and other good Grape $10 per
Vdirondack, loua, aud lsraella 18 per
II , . l.-.l 1 IT f in . .. .n '
iiogers uyunus, .iou. to, u, j. i.t.
II O.l . .
Roger's Now Salem, one year, $1.50
do do two yeard $3
New Hybrid Diana, Hamburg, two years (5
Shrubs and Vines,
Uoui-e & Bedding Plants?,
And lied at Pfa
IN SHORT, ANY'UIINO
in niu auuiu jiiiu iutiiisuuM a yi tvea ail &u
tne luarKet auorus.
Please address, P. O. Box 311.
GEO. W. WHITLOCK,
Dealer in Fruit Trees,
rOB ONE SOXXiAK I
XXTE SELL DRESS PATTERNS. PANT
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petiugs, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods,
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to whom the most liberal inducements are
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Xrirn Onct in ikventetn J)ayt
rnxes paiu in uoiu. razes casneu anai
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173-1 y 03 N. Main St.. Prnvidenc. It
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