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VERMONT DAILY TRANSOEIPT, NOVEMBE-RG180S."
leave n few moments nfior. ''Hie fami ly
will tell uu auont inu inctlioiiifM and
1 shall l cover In the inoriiliiK, imloay I
lie ir of hop death rovltl.v. Kcjiup
ood cotirnue, and take L'ooil care 01
vottrs'll'. (iood day.' And with a
wavjof his hand to the whole, fitin.l.v ho
whirled away In a cloud of dti.--t.tlio
noble prepos'cs.4 igyo inil letor, whom
hn'f the gills wore hrotiklny; their ho iris
for, but who, in thoy indignantly nVer
cJ, seemed to have not the least heart
to give anyho lv exeept his jmlionts, to
.vltoin ho mnd ; hlin'-etl v -i'v dear, no
matter who th:'v wore, or low old and
rcoulslve. Ilia break njc
ever, subsided Imo a mow walk, as ho ,
ro le up the hill beyond, and it was t lien :
that hir) rclleelious wave rise 10 uiu;
Scriptural quotation which head. )iu
That evening, just at minuet, Charity j
Abbott went leisure y down the moidow ,
I nJi across lots from her domain homo,
to the humble cottage of the Wells.
familv. The grafu waved and surged
about In the evening Uveze, a sea ol'bil
lowv green, gemnied with mil nodding
buttercups. The delicious bre th from
the crimson eloveron the hillside, came
wafted to her lino purest in ease, and a
little further on u faint, de.ieate o tor
from the lowlands loid of trawlxmes
r peninr to lusel us swtvtnc s, down
among tno rami gia.-s and weed". Tho
bobo.inks nodded tnelr unicy !-!nckrap
nt hcnstl.ev ,'oilowcd aioni: in li'iei.il-
lv proximity, trilling forth, nie.inwh.lo j
their unintelligible largon, ritfii and
clear in its silvery swetuexs ; thus at
tended, slic traversed slowly mo long
meadow path, drinking at eve.-y sicp
the beauties of earth, anil s.cy and cloud.
Down tliclit.le hill which hid her home
from view, then thiough a lmue gate
which opined a small way with its
croaking sweep let tnroigli her agile
form, then a.ound the c-orner of a iijld
ot rjv, already standing stout and t;il ,
nnd'slic ei.tered a small pinoinovo. Tlie
brece was wnisper.ng and sighing in i
the waving branches, making a sweet i
pensive music which chimed in pleas
antly w ith ho. thotuhts, so attuned to
nature's harmony, ami she lingere.l in
the charming grove a while, pleased
with everything, oven the soit, brown
enrpst Which the fallen nettles mad .un
der her feet.
Regarding it then, and no!; till then,
she observed that she hud on her new
gaiters, l'rovo ing ! The morning .dew
would com leto'y -poll their beauty,
but it was not worth while to go clear
back home again ; so resolving to make
tho best of it. the pasted on out at the
bars and down a small piece of dusty
road to the small brown house whlcn
was her destination.
The soft, clear, sunnier night passed
slowly awa, the patient w.uc:ier mov
ing quietly about, doing all that sym
pathy could prompt for the pojrold wo
man now nearly beyond the reach of her
gentle ministrations. With a touch as
tender as (hough the invalid wereadear
friend, she chafed the aged limb",
smoothed back the snowy hair from the
wrinkled face. Unwearied were her at
tentions, and much were they needed
by tho worn Biiilurer, until toward morn
ing they took ellect, and she sank away
into a quiet, pe.ieeliu .ieop. nun i;nar
ity sat by the bedside, driving away
with her fan the villainous mosquitoe.i
that persisted in annoying her charge,
and at tho same time creating with it
fresh currents of air, for the comfort o.
tho sufferer, whos lungs were well nigh
At sunrlfeo the family were up, and
Charity was released from her position,
glad to go forth in the fresh morning
air, after the wearisomo night.
The fresh rays of the morning sun
shone full in Dr. Norton'r face, rousing
him from a night of unusually quiet and
undisturbe I sleep. To visit old Mrs.
AVclls was liislir.it thought, and no in ule
a hasty toilet and started out.
AsuJ ljudjtor.n'ni io.i s.i..vl him to
go across the Holds on foot, instead of
taking his horso to go ro ind by the
road, which was twice a- far. The morn
ing air vu so invigorating that he iclt
a? if the walk wbald do him go jd, s he
struck .nto the pith acrois the pasture,!
which, at the rye fL'ld, cam into the
path Ch irity traversed tlu ivo..ing be
fore, and walkod In-u'dy o.i.
Mindful of the woll bjiug of nor now
gaiters, Charity picked her way careful
ly along tho ro.ul, wetting them in the
dewy grass w.ien she tried to a oid the
dust, and covering them with dirt when
she tr c I to avoi i the dew by taking tiio
middleof the road.
Once in tho shadows of the pines, she
paused to look at them In d.sgusc, when
a brilliant plan strae : hsr. Way no;
dolf shoes am! stockings and go honu
barefoot? It was so warm and pleasant,
and tho path was smooth and soft.
There win no danger of meeting any
one, ands ie could slip in unobierVw'd
at the back door at homo, so that oven
her watchful mo.her need not know it.
To plan was to execute, with this active
young lady, an I seating herself on a lal
len tree trunk by the path she quickly
bared her feet, rolled her snowy stock
ings into n snug ball, which she put into
her pocket, lightly knotted together the
strings to her garfers so she might hang
them over her arm, (hen rose and went
bravely onward, congratulating herself
on lur brilli in; Idea.
Alas for tho frailty of human calcula
tions ! Out o tho pine woods, along by
the edge of tho thrifty rye, and there
was Dr. Norton himself, just coming
around the cornor, and within 1) yards
of her, palpab y and undisguisedly bare
foot as she was, w.th her skirts caught
up to avoid tliodew.and hornowgaiiors
caief lly hung over her arm !
It was a trying moment for Charity
Abbott, and all sorti of wild thoughts
careered through her mind at once,
though she still kept on lior way, since
It wai too late f r concealment. Yester
day's blushes when ho caught her ex
hibiting her gaiters, wore as white roses
to peonies compared with tho burning
red which suilaised her cheeks and fore
head, and oven crimsoned her sholl-like
That he should think her so careful
and penurious as to to sav.i her now
gaiters at t'.io cxpenso of her feether
confession was overwhelming.
What thoughts passed through his
mind wo w.ll not pretend to say, but it
is certain that he then and there discov
ered that ho was fully in love with tho
girl before him, whom hitherto ho had
thought ho only half loved. So careful
and withal so modest a girl as her
blushes betokened her to bo could but
made a prudent, faithful wife.
The luipukc of the moment eamo over
him, and ho yielded to it, so that when
thoy at last met and ho took hop hand
to i ay " Good morning," ho looked
frankly Into her clear eyes, and said, in
h quiet, lvsjluto way :
" ('Marlty Abbott, will you b2 my
Charity's answer is not on record, but
we are told that not many months after !
she bought for herself a pair o, snowy
satin .slippers, and that licr feet were
shod with them as she stood dressed in
pure white by Dr. Norton's side in her
father's par.or, while the grey-haired
niinl-tersald to them some very solemn
word', from all of which we infer that
her answer at that embarrassing mo
ment was not, especially discouraging.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALDANS, VT.
Friday, November, G 1SCS.
Tlie J'rrss on t!i ; E'cctioin,
The Xcw York Tribune rejoices wi'h
exceeding groat joy over the leiult of
Tuesday's elections. Its only yegrcls
a v over the lesult in New Yo.k State,
-Elicit it contends the Republicans have
bjcn cheated oat of by fraudulent vole?.
In an article on " what :'J Iijivo won,"
it "-ays :
In the election of Gen. Grant, the
people have secured that lor wnic l they
fought Uxiox, Pa.vn:, and Eiual
ItuniTd i-oit all mi:x. A 'tor seventy
live years of strugg cs over the quest.on
whether the Union is a lcag ic or a n i
tion, and a.'ter fifty years of coatet in
to the right of all men to be frjc, the
election of Gen. Grant finally seals the
restorit;cn of the Union, and foundj an
indissoluble nationality, on the basis of
universal liberty and manhood sullrage.
The next four jcars may be occupied in
a:t in gcitn.g the machinery of our
new svstem into harmonious operation.
Bat the principles on which our nation
is now based tutini t of no further dispute.
We are one indissoluble nation ; all in
habitants are, or may become, citizens,
all citizens have c:iual civil righ p, and
all adult male citizens have equal po
litical lights. In lS'JJ, none -f these
propositions were true. In 1801, two
millions of men were in the fluid con
tending on tho one side for, and on the
other side agahiht them. In 1SGS, they
arc settled forever by th.' election of
Gran' on tho Chicago 'platform.
The Herald fays :
"The Democratic leaders Hung their
chances ot success overbuild when they
made their feeble nominal.ons in duly
last, and more esp'oially when they
brought prominently forwaid as dele
gales and stump-speakers men from the
Southern Mates, steeped to the lips in
disloyalty to the Government, and fresh
lYoin'tlieYi Ids where thousands o our
Union s. ldiors laid down their lives to
preserve the life of the nation. With
the candidate the Democracy selected
.to carry their standard, nothing but de
feat wa to be expected, and "we sup
pose that not even the nio-it sanguine
member of the par y ant.eipated any
other termination to the contest than
the election of General Grant.
Tho Sun, which did effective servlcs
for Grant and Colfax remarks as fol
" The bare success of a candidate,
whose platform and policy are embod
ied in tho words, Let us nave peace!"
will cause tli waves of passion and vio
lence in the Southern States to sink in
ropo.-e. If, however, after he shall have
asMimed tie elnir of Stale, ex-rebels of
the school of II impton, Korrjat. Wise,
Semmes, and Tombs, magnanimously
spared their lives, and shall not instant
ly refrain from stimulating arson and
liuircicr and cognate crimes, tho loval
people of tho nation will d" i.and that
they be tried by court martial for viola
ti ig their paroles, or by criminal tribu
nals for treason, and, if convicted, that
thev be banished from the country oi
put to death. ' Let us have peace!"
Th iBo'ton Journal, in speaking of
the election of Gen. Grant, says :
He is indeed, at this moment, the most
potential man in the world. Certainly
no America!!, since Washington stepped
from t lie command of the army to the
head ofthoCovcrnu cut, which he may
be s lid to have carved Into existenc by
his sword, lias acceded to sucli a poit oi
powei and responsibility as that to wh'c'.i
General Grant is now summoned. We
have entire faith that he will acquit
himself as well in the now career i.us
opened to him as in that to which his
tory will give h'.m a place among the
groat captains of the world, ttome ol
his encm.es, ti ed of the absurdity of
calling him ai. ignoramus, have marked
out for him the " bad eminence'' of a
Cromwell or a Napoleon. The only
shadow of basis for the fabr.eation is,
that Gra t, liko those his oric charac
ters, is not a mere sold or, but has equal
capacity to shine m civd service. But
unlike them, ho has, also, a pure at
riotisin, perfect rjspoct for law, sine jro
devotion to the rights of mankind.
The World says that ever since tho
October elections, the Democrats have
had a hopeless fight. It declares, how
ever, that they waged a gallant bat
tle" and that " troops more gallant nev
er were led to any Held."
Brick Pomcroy is mad. " This broad
continent," lie says, "cannot be surren
dered to despotic military rule, and mads
tho I101112 of a mongrolizad, debased,
low-browed race of political s.aves!"
We quote further:
"No, never! By tin heavens above
us, and the blood-soaked, scared soil be
uoath our feat, this shall never be ! We
are still men ! We come of a stock
which spurns the chain and delies the
tyrant ! Then stand to your arms white
men of America ! Though the victory
is not won the cause is net lost! You
arc still as great, asstiongas ever! You
have still a country, liomej, children!
Liberty, in chains, stili beckons you to
lnr rescue! God of our fathers! can i
we noid back trom such a solicitation ;
Can wog vo ever tlis struggle while free
dom is denioius? Shall ono half the
Union bo sunendered to African barbar
ism, and the whole to the tyranu'dwny?
Will we become tho willing Biases pf
money kings, and learn to si cnlc
n a bjudmiti's key,
W.th 'l. t (1 brc 1 1 nml w.iUpci up humble
Perish the thought I Trample on the
suggestion, nnd curso (lie source from
which it comes 1" &e., &c.
New York Correspondence,
T.'ic Long Agony Over Features of the
Campaign in the Metropolis Mul
titude of Strangers in the city The
Beautiful H'ohicji of Broadway
An Unpublished Romance of Mad
ison Avenue Newspaper Gossip
Nuw York, Nov. 4.
The long agony of suspense Is over,
nnd wenre breathing more freely nt last.
This man Is elected and that man isn't
These principles have triumphed nn
those will have to wait another fou
years to make another fight for whn
they have this time lost.
It was generally predicted that w
were to havj election riots here, and oi
the night preceding the contest atf't
polls,our police and military authoritic
were thoroughly organized and prcparei
in view of such au event. Bat all right-fceling,right-minded
people are gratifie
that there was no need of their services
We feel that we have a bad reputation
so long as our elccion-antccedents an
concerned, and can so much L.c mor
congratulate our elves upon the quietudi
and general good order with which w
have steczed our way through ono of tin
stormiest political campaigns inj our his
tory. Our floating population alwayi
great lo something extraordinary a-,
the present time. I never saw so man:
stringers in the city before, I th nk
the conclusion of the political struggli
appeaiv. to make no perceptible ditninu
tion. The hotels are overflowing, tlu
streets ara thronged with strange, eagci
faces, and sight-seers from the North,
South, and Far West, who cram oui
places of amusement nightly.
So far as the elegance and costliness
jftlieirout-door costumes are concerned,
I think the ladies ofNow York this fail
surpass their usual efforts.
The weather is fine, though chilly,
and every afternoon Broadway and tlu
fashionable avenues arc so throngee
with elegantly-dressed women that out
can scarcely make one's way through
bewildering seas of flounces and laby
rinths of pretty forms.
There is one consolation, however,
and that is the beauty of the women.
Let any one who chances to be scepti
cal of American women being tho . ost
beautiful in the world take a stroll ui
Broadway at 4 o'clock of a fine after
noon and be relieved of his incredulity.
They are to be met with in every place.
Here is a shop girl you would not
dream that she wnsa shopgirl, she is so
becomingly attired whose large, da-k
eyes, perfect complexion, and fine fea
tures, remind us of the Circassian beau
ties of the East. A crowd lollows her.
Her bright hair is loosened, and pours
in unmeslied splendor down below hoi
slioulde.s. She is dressed in a brown
silk suit, and carries licr "Greci n" in
tho most ravishing manner. She takes
the eyes oi half Hie nun on the street.
The result may bo a personal " notici
in tli.-morrow's Herald, or something
worse ; nut the sweet pict re of t: e per
feet face is something to live in oui
dreams for a long time after the l'uci
owner lias vanished in the crowd. Tlu
American style of beauty is unique. It
has caught the I'urisian taste in dress,
the English dignity of manner, and tlu
Spanish grace and case of walk; and it is
more lovely and class.c than a.l of them
In this connection, the latest thing
cntrc noun in th-j fadiionab.e world is
the el pement of a Madison Avenue
b. He with a gambler. They loved not
wisely, but too well. The young ladj
sacrinced everything. Her lover
strange to say fought agaPist his des
t.n , told her what he was and had
been, and warned her against the result
of her attachment. But .he persevered,
There was the usual elopement the
flight from the paternal roof the muck
marriage the two or three weeks of pas
sionate bliss, and then the young lady
fouud herself cast upon the mercies of a
cold and heartless world. Notwith
standing the entreaties of her parents
she was of age she entered upon a ll.e
of shame, and must now be numbered
among the unfortunates whose future is
enveloped in the sin and wickedness of
tills great city of evil.
You may in your review of our police
reports, boon learn more of this caso than
I can give you at present, but, I think,
not lees wiil your pity extended to tho
Thero Is something to say in tho way
of newspaper gossip. The report that
John ltussei Young is about to resign the
mauaging editorship of tho 1'ribunc is,
I think, without a particle of foundation.
It is not likely that he would quit after
haviug systematized his working force
Young Jim Bennett is looking well
though somewhat careworn from late
hours aud hard work.
Raynund, they say, Is going to have
more than usual difficulty with Rose
Etynge's husband. "
Shepherd Is still writing poems for
Harder, Jsslic and Ijonner,
Dunn has quitted the Democrat and
returned to his allegiance to thc&oit as
night cd. tor.
Ottcrson has left the Sun, and become
night editor of the Democrat. He has!
the prettiest wife in New York.
McConn?l Is city editorof tho2W6inc, j
though, If promises hold good, Cum-
mlngs will resume the duties of thntpo-
sltlon after the election is over. I
The repot t that Mr. Cooncy, musical
md theatrical genius of tho Herald, bus
resigned is not true. He is still at his
post, which it is scarcely necessary to say
rould not be better filled.
"Docs Icks" Is cooking u;i the police
cports for the Democrat.
The local writing of Stillson, Wheeler,
tnd Kirwin ma'co the most readable
lortlon of the World.
Junius Henri Browne, nnd Knox
not t.io lintler but the Siberian traveler
do most of their work in the S'km or
ifice. It is said fiat they correspond for
ID Western papers and sis occidental
Ihc theatres have been reaping a gol
len harvest during the vast two
nonths. Forrest Florence, Opera
B. ufu the latter inspired by the por
ect foim of Irma and the bewildering
roluptuousness of Tostce, have been
naking great runs ; and tho heroes of
mrnt cork, comic song aud other cntcr
ainments have been doing a llourish
ng trade. P.
MAitniAOE of Mn. Coi.prx. The
Clcvelr.iid Leader cf the 29th ult., con
.alns the following paragraph, which
las more than a local Interest:
Our next Vic. President. Sehyler Col
.'ux, was married on Tuesday, in Ashta
mla county, to Miss Ncllia M. Wade.
3ur congratulations go with the newly
narried couple. Those of the A merlcun
people will oe ollered on Tuesday next.
Wheat Losses in Chicaoo. The
Chicago Times fays: Wlthii. the past
our months wheat has declined in this
narket nearly 50 i or cent. On the 30th
lay of June No. 2 spring the standing
irade closed at $2.20; yestciday tales
were made at $1.15 per bushel, the mark
i; closing nearly three cents higher.
Meanwhile the amount in store at this
point has steadily increased, till within
a few days past, from 480,000 to about
Assuming that wheat now in store to
have been purchased at an average ol
$1.50 a rather low estimate the loss to
tho holders will amount to cbout $400,
000, taking the closing prices of yester
day to be the present value ; and to tliU
must bo added the cost of storage, and
the interest on the capital employed,
which will swell the cost to probably
more than a half million dollars.
No Meeting op Congress. The
.bllowing has been issued :
The undersigned are of opinion that
no public exigencies require theattend
ancc of a quorum of Members of Con
gress on the tenth, instant.
E. D. Morgan.
ltOU'T C. KCIIENCK.
Grant's Home. The city of Galena
gave eight majority for Grant and Col
fax, a Republican gain of two hundred.
Impartial Suffrage The States
of Iowa and Minnesota voted on Tues
day by decisive majorities to adopt Im
Mr. Childs in L ndon. Mr. Childs
of the Philadelphia Ledger is in Lon
don, the guest of Mr. Walter of the Lon
don Times. He will also be entertained
by George Peabcdy and Charles Dick
ens. The average age of soldiers in the late
war was Letwecn 23 and 2-5.
Sl'ECULATI Q IN BltKADSTUFFS--TlIF
Recent "Cor.veii" at Chicaoo. A
ntt.e party of men visited Chicago a
month or two ago. witli perhaps about
half a million dollars at command, aud
began privately buying up all the corn
.n the market, contracting for its deliv
ery in thirty days. The contractors,
not thinking that a "corner" was form
al r, neglected to buy corn with which
o fulfil their contracts until the month
was nearly ended, and then, to their
diiprise, found an alatmiug scarcity in
he market Tho price began to rise as
the time of delivery approached, and tho
contractors grew mote alarmed at their
prospects, and bid still higher for the
Before ti.e hour of filling the contracts
arrived, corn was held at $1.15 and
many prominent dealers were ruined.
When tlie hour struck, the pric drop
ped to 91 cents, and tho "corner" was
e ded. The President of the Boar J of
Trade was the first to go under, witli re
ported liabilities for.30J.000 bushels of
corn, or some 520,000. Other commis
sion men have been dropping by the
way since, and the aggregate loss and
d'siress was very large. The sharp and
unscrupulous manipulators of the cor
ner" made fro ai $100,000 to$300,000, and
many outside the ''ring," who were
fortunate enough to hold their grain and
sell It at ti e right time, also made hand
some suras. About SI, 000,000 are re
qulrul to make a "corner" on wheat,
and from one-half to three-quarters of a
million on corn.
Twenty-jlve 1'ears J'l-actlce
In tho Treatment of DiuoaHts incident to Fe
malctt, Iihb placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all tho
piiysnciiuiH maKiiiK much practico a bpecia'ty, and
enables him to truarantce a Htiecdv ami nernnm.
e ii cuiu ii uiu worm cauen oi auipre.imn nml i
. . .... " " v.-
;t?"J,L? ? i ,J. e':an2e"e'lCS -on wAflN
ertr cause. All lettcra for attvico muat eonta In
1. Oflice, No. U Emlicott Htreot, BoHton.
N. R. Roard furnished to thoo desiring to ro-
indu under treatment. I
boston. July. lSt'8. 226 lyrdiw
TJM-.M.U.IOS, OWIXO TO THK I'ECUMAll ;
V nml important lolutloiiH which they huh
tain, their peculiar orcmilzntion, nml the ullleen 1
iiic.v penorni, am imnjoct to ninny sutieriiiKs.
rreeanm irom tiifw oontriunio in no ninnl!
crcr to their happiness anil welfare, for none en n
he happy who n.o ill. Not, only mi. but no one
or theee various IVmalu complaints can Ions '''
Hutrered to run on without involving the general
health of the Individual, and ero lonj? prodtidhi,'
llcrmntlKtll ami tii'iiiiKitucii .li...ll,,i. V..,.
ii ii DiesMani lo ronsillt. a DliVHlelan lor the re.
jici oi incEc various Hellenic atlectloliH, aiitl oniv
upn mo most urgent ncceHHitv will n true
woman no far sacrillce her greatcitt charm a to
dothlx. The sex w.ll then thank im tor nlaciiiL'
In their handH i-lmplc tpecitlc. which will bo1
found efl cae on In relievo... nml rnri.i.r iwl
evuiy one of thoetroiibie!ouio complaint!) peeu -
liar to tho Hex
llKLMnoui'rt lixTitACT or Uuciii'. Hundreds
xulVer on in H lence. and huudreilHof othei mi-
OiV VulU V to (U'llL'L'lHtH mill iliwtnr wlm nitl nv
... . : "i-
nicreiv lanianze iiiem wiin me nun. nt rnrn ni'
UOOIV reniCOlCM WHICH llinlii thrill wnl-it. I ivnnlil
. ,. ,. 1 ; V-
not wIhIi to iisHert unythiiif,' that would do I Juh-
tico to the alllicted, but 1 aiuobliiied to way that
altllOULTll it IliaV be nrililni'Hil frnni ,vni.HMUi. v.
oaiiHTioii ol tun limvi.rM nr .itii lit- nimr ,nu .mi.
in..., im.111, uiininjiL-ouiiu; mi ami louii, piom v
menstruation, the line of ten nud colfee, mid fre-
.,.11 ... , .ii ,11,11111, it 13 in, uueiur cnuiseu uj ui
to tho nitieoui membrane
of thu vauiiia itue!!'.
Vt nun reviewing the causes of thtxc dihtres-
Hihff eoinp;aiiits. it in most painful to eontcm
plato the nttendant evils consequent upon them. 1
It is but fimplo justice to tlie mibitct to cniiin-1
eratu a low of the many additional causes which
ho lui'in.lv nIVi.r.t 1 1... lit., ln.u ,1. n...i I.......;
n--J ...... ...v, i.voiiii, ami uiiiui vug
nuiuaii in uu ciiiunes ui Mocieiy, ami wnicn,
coi.aeoutntly. affect moro or leni diiee U: tb,
welfare of thu entire human famiiv. Tl.u mania
tl at exists for precocious education and mar
ric,'c, causes ti e years that lrnturo designed for
corporeal development to be wanted and per
verted ii: the rcotraintH of dress, tho ear.v con
tliicment of belli, o), and ei-pcciallv in the un
healthy excitement of thu nail-room. TIiiih,
ivith the body half-c othed, and thu mindundu.v
excited b p.easurc, tiervertiny in midniBht
revel the bourn dedined by nature for (deep and
rest, the work of destruction in half accom
plished. in consequence of thii early strain upon her
njstem, unnici 1,1-uiy iftoit i's niquired bv the
iclicate votaiy to retain her situation in school
it a later day, t us nRgrjvatinK the uvil. hen
one excitement is over, another in prospective
lieeim the mind morbidly sein-Hive to impression,
.vhilo thu now constant restraint of fashionable
.Irons, absolutely forbidding thu exorcise indis
pensable to tlie attainment and retuntion of or
ganic health and strength ; tho exposiiru to
night air; tho sudden change of temperature;
the complete prostration produced bv excessive
lancing, must, of necessity, produce their legi
timate effect. At last, an early marriage caps
the climax of misery, and thu unfortunate one,
hitherto so utterly regardless of the plain dic
tates and remonstrances of her delicate nature,
ueconiCH an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of the ex
pel iencf of thousands of our young women.
Long hefoie the ability to exeroiso the (unc
tions of the gonurativ. organs, thoy require an
education of their peculiar nurvous system, com
posed of what is called the tissue,' which in, in
common with the female breast and lips, cvid
entry under the control of mental eiiotionw and
associations at an early period of life ; and, as
wo bliall aub.sequoutly see, these emotions, when
excessive lead, long beforo pubentv. to habits
11 1....1. .1... , .nr.. ..i' .!...!.. . .!....
turo linn self-completed their development.
i .mil r.!iimi.' uijl nil- ui mull WCUIUS CIO 1111-
I'orlf.tna.o Weakness and Debility, Whites or
Leucorrhoon, Too I'l-ofusu Menstruation, Hx
h.iustion, Too Lont; Continued Periods, for Pro
lapsus and hearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri,
wis uuer uicuiosi peneci speciuc Known : HELM
hold's CoJiroi'ND ExTiiAc-r ov Ilueuu. Direc
tions for use. diet, and advice, accompany.
Fenn.loH in every period of 1 fe, from infancy
to extreme old age. will Hud it a ruined v to aid
nature in tho discharge of its functions. Strength
10 uiu gior.v oi inauiioou ana womauoooil.
Uklmhold's Kxtiiact DuciiL' is lnoi e atrength
ening than any of the preparations of Dark or
Irou,iilimtely nafi r, aud moro pleasant. JIklm
hold'h Kxtiiact Uuciiu, having received tho in
dorscinent of tho most promiueiit physicians in
the o uited States, is now ottered to aftheted hu
manity an a certain euro for tho following disea,
sen and symptoms, from whatever cause origin.
siting : General Debility, Mental and Physical
Depression, Imbecility, Determination of blood
co the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria, Ueiieral
Irritability, ltest.essucbu and iS1ccd1ce,shi!h ut
Night, Absence of Muscular Efliciency, Loss of
. 1, ! 1., i...; t ..... ... ....
.(iuuiu ijmiuiiaiu, r.iiiuciuuoii, luv opirilb,
Disorganization or Paralysis of thu Organs of
iioneration, Palpitation of tho Heart, and, ut
fact, all tho cone, Militants of a Nervous and Do
Diluted state of tho system. To insure tho
genuine, cut this out. Ask for Hulmuoi'u,
1'akeno other, hold by DruggistH and Dealeiu
uverywuere. jtico si.aa per uuttio. or tux bot
tles fi.r 10.6(1. Delivered to anv address. Den-
cribo symptoms in all communications. Address
tl. T. HELMliOLU, Uiugand Chemical u arc
bouse, 5'J1 liroadway, .y,
None uru geuuiuu unless dono up in uteel-
oiKiaveu wr.ppui, wiin lac-niiuie o. my uuumi
oal Warehouse, and signed
II. T. HELMBOLD.
Life and Casuality Insurance
NO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE,
JERSEY CITY, N. J.
New York Office, 96 Broadway.
This Company offers all tho advantages ol
other Life Companies, with nuny chtlrrly ne-.v
1. The Lowest IIites of Piiemihm of ntiv
Mutual Company hi America, and fully equal tii
iu per ceni,
DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE.
2. rolicy-holdera can receive Compensation
in caso of Disabling Accident, tit rates of Prem
ium No IhciliKH than is usually chirged for Life
3. Policies XoN-l'oiiFKiTiso aftrr Two Pay
ments. 4. Annual Divi.bnd i made N'ou -Forfeitable,
fi. Lome, on all Policies.
6. Liberal Permission to Travel.
7. A Deffinite Cash .Suiinrsnnii Value guar
antee in all Policies.
EDMUND C. FISHEll, President.
JOHN 1. CHURCH. Jr., Secretary.
0. W. RUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont.
.MAIN STREET, ST. AL1UNS, VT.
WANTED.An Agent to make a thorough
canviiHH of Franklin County in behalf o!
that old and reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
jiourai terms to an active, energetic
iiiau, jtuiuunn. n. U. A.VXX.JjlJ,
ievn Clinton Co N X
Qtmoral Agent for NorthernNow York ind Ver
"I O TO Wll. N. SSIITH A CO'H for your Fnli I
VJT and Wiuter Clothing.
WLLULIN SrrJING WATE
Wilier from Weliten .Siiriiiir. SI.
Albnl N, e
inont, which Imu proved highly ellicacioiis
V. ..,!', I.. .. V
and nlso for Lvneirlii. Kidiiev inl I li-..i- fV .
plaint, General' iJobilitv, c " h now f
Hlf. at hoemih aud retail, nt 21s'V'mhhiulo
, Street, where honlm mav b!- obtained I e K
' liift an mulvsla of the Water with Veri li.'ni
1 (Vim, i ... ' . "'V vu'
of the nkii
Iiuliellei:!' u nmla d mi., ,....... .. : ..
i oceii tiled.
23 State tree : host, n,.f 7
omu, lioston, Oct. 7. 1803,
1 GOODWIN, KRq., Agent Welden Knriii
i Water. "
T)eau Slit! I iml in i-n i.i n... ,
. i.vuiiu i, ii-iiuu Lilt iii'ii
' lit I IlilVrt i-i,in fn.l r...,,. 41. it-ri.i-.. n...,.
filter, i imv i,.,,.,, i,.n.,i.i...i ...i.i. n
., .... - .'.vii ,.iiiu.v-tl illlll llt'HBU
I lit KlflnnVM tin- mniiw T I . ,1.
I Borne of the bent pliVHichiiiH in the country mi
received no relief. Soino few months h.I'.co
I M 11M rinimiiiuitiilt..t .. ..... M.n Yi..i.i.... 11....1..
nti.i. I im.1 ,.., ...1 .... i. t - v ...
fiuiniun in nee now mucu pood It had dono in
Since then I always l,cep il in my room and uc
i umu iiriuii any oilier water, kuowilll! cventlia'
ii win cure me As! nui mnionw that olhoi
tilinnlil lw, lii.itnlltl.i.l 1. t
till V reconiiiiiMiil it in nli i.iir.. .;ti, i,
name uiaoaHo. ltespcctfully.
, ri.1 i- ,
Lliillil I'lailUlU 1. UlXOll, l'.SO., UOUIlHClOr 1
Law nml ,vU.,. i,i:oi... n..i ... i
1 J'" V aU" Au'1H:u Adjuster. UohIoii,
17 AlriteiiANTs Kxciianoe. I
i-ONtou, October a, 18CS. (
12. H. GOODWIN'.
Ubiu Sm :
T , ..,
quenttOKiye my candid opinion 0r tlm mei ii
of the '
u Weldiui SprniR Water. l'Vr Home. Yearn
llli' 'll:lM..tei! tiufttiit itt.t.ir,.: ...i 1 ti
r . ' i " ' "iwiii.o Mini ui
uiTint nitw iF in tn it iti. i .i j i
. w. pii( niiinnn, i ufj utlVlfdtl
i ti-mti .in. I ..iii.i.,,! ...1 . i rii i
on iblea me to cut any kiiul of foot! without ii
tioti to uvnrv one HiitVciitii' ri-mn iiviw.i.ui.i i
try it. ' ' '
Vurrt truly, Fit AN K J. DIXON.
E. S. GOODWIN, Eho.
Deau Sm Mv wit'o lias imu
Spring Water, and has received great heneli
fiom it. liefore she lined it hhe had a ba
..,,..,.1, ..,! 1.1. ..I r. .1 .
I he cough has entirely disappeared and she i
as well, or better, than she has been for te
Very respectfully your old servant,
JOHN T. WILLEY.
Proprietor of Hancock House, Qnine;.
Letters from many other persons cms b
ii en ;u un oiuce.
E. S. OOODWIN, Agent,
"tt 'i!8 W'ahhingtmi Street, Boston.
Autumn and Winter
Ii A DIES' KURNIS1I1NG (300DS.
T HAVE now op,-ued a new stock of the nbov
1 named gooiin, to wliicli I
tno notice of
Lad'cs of St. Albans and vi
Real Black Tluead and Malta Lai.
Real Yalenciennes and Clutiy Laces.
.Merino umlervests and Drawers, Extra Qual
Gloves, Jlittrns, Scarfs, Ac.
Press, Sacks, .t Cloak Fringes uud Oimpu.
Small Wares, Ac, Ac.
Making a Speciality of this linn of Goods.
sliall imleavor to keen on Imml im.ul litw.r..
neunvl , ii.... f .....1 ul...ll ....1 1. 1.. ,., I
mo. Li. 1'. KIJIPTUN.
btoro next to h, h. Diltcher & Sons. I32tf
Til, A n . t n.
iiu nimii ii.niii uiiun r' ,11 i u
Again m Court !
Uuitcd States Court, Dis't of N.Y.,
Albany, Oct. 17, 1808.
Jacob H. Shear & Jcs. 1'acivaiid,
Zebulen Hunt & War. J. Miller.
The Honorable Samuel Nc'son,
1 ..n....u .... .. UI...1.I YM ...
Slltpi- mill IliA f.n,ril,i,.nt;.... ..f n Ulf.U... ....,1 1 ..I
iiu,..,.i3 .ill u. unnniiiiz ill vui ii.iiilt hhi
PlITI 111 till, Il..l1ltl, lt 11 I l.llrl.ll. UliiliA ..ii ...l......
tion was granted restraining their use. Messrs.
Hunt ,t Miller hali noiv amitieeil trir n liii.nuii
aim win iicruiuicr uiHTiinaciure aim sen umier
.....i ...i.i ... . .... " . ....
lir.J.llkl I'l'fini IIU All .(tin... w.. ...... lir...
fringemeuts wih be uromptly prosecuted.
SHEAR, PACKARD A CO.,
Albany, N. Y
Fop Sale bv D.
M. WA' KER,
No.2 Darrow Block,
THE NEW STYLES OP
The best line of Suits in Town
Tlie JU'st Line of On'irnnh m Town.
The lies! iiue of Furuisliiii"
Just Received from New York and
L. McD. SMITH & CO.
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