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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NOVEMBER 18, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. ALBANS, VT.
Wednesday, Novemiikh 18, 1SGS.
Our State Prison.
From the report of the Sennto'H upcctal
committee on changing the site of the
State Prison, submitted to the Sennto,
on the 11th, we gather sonic facts that
cannot prove otherwise than interesting
to the readers of the Tit ansciui'T. Our
8tatc Prison is fur f-om self-sustaining.
On the other hnml, the committee And
that the Prison, from the year 1800 to
this time, sixty years, has cost the State
$213,712,(10 in excess of its receipts. This
hum does not include Directors' silarles
und some contingent items of expense,
which have averaged about S.'!00 per an-
nmgtefliid amounting in the i.ggrcgatc
to ?56o. The total excess of expendi
turesoVer incomoforsixty years is $231,
712,00 being $3,851 per annum. Dur
ing this time, the Committee And that
the average number of convicts has been
sixty-Avo per year, and that the aver
age loss to the State on each convi t has
been $100 per annum.
The committee give., statement con
cerning the Anancial condition of the
Auburn (N, Y.) Prison for 18.5 which
compares very unfavorably with that of
our own. The receipts for labor in the
Auburn for 1805 were $119,312,74. The
totul expenditures, including oillccrs'
salaries, &c, were $103,878,70 the in
come of the Prison exceeding the expen
ditures by $15,431,04. The number of
convicts was about$800, and consequent
ly each convict earned the State $22,04
in excess of the cost of his keeping.
The other two prisons in the State of
New York are not self sustaining, if the
salaries of Officers are included in the
Eor the year 1808 the expenditures of
our State Prison were $7,404,73, not in
cluding OAlccrs' salaries, which amount
ed to $4,754,75, making the total expen
ditures $12,219,48. The ii.come of the
Prison for thesame period was$0,800,0G,
leaving a balance of expenditures over
receipts of $0,413,41, or, excluding Offi
cers' salaries, of$l,00S,00, or about $25
lor etch convict. For the past four
years the expenditures have been grad
ually increasing, and have averaged
nearly S7,000pcr annum in excess of in
ml .it i. i .
inu coinmiucc are oi tne opinion
that the " contract system" has operat
ed adversely to the interests of the Pris
on and produced this drain upon the
Treasury. They say : " The system ol
contracting the labor of convicts has
had a thorough trial in our Prison for a
period of nineteen years last past, and
after due examination, the result seems
convincing that it is no longer worthy
of the extraordinary support it has re
ceiveu." No opinion is expressed by
the committee on the location of the
Prison (Barre) mentioned in the bill,
but believe it should be located where it
can bo made self-sustaining beyond all
possibility of failure and thus relieve
the State from any further expense for
It will be seen by our Legislative nro
ceedings that the bill to change the site
of the Prison came up in the Senate
Tuesday forenoon as a special order
and was passed by a vote of twenty-two
to eight. The bill, we believe, provides
for the appointment of a committee who
shall make u careful investigation and
report at the next session of the Legis
Breakfast to Gen. Grant. Gen.
Grant Is again n New York, and on
Tuesday morning a breakfast was given
to him, Horace Greeley, and General
Badcau, at Delmonico's, by J. BustcH
Young, of the New York 1'ribunc. It
Is mid that this is the (list time that
Gen. Grant and Mr. Greeley have ever
Commissions ok Revenue Asses
sors. The comptroller of the T.easury,
under date of Nov. 10, to the Commis
sioner of Internal Bevjuue, decides that
the law of July 20, 1S08, allows assessors
a commission of one-fourth of one per
cent, on account o. tax collected on
spirits distilled since the passage of the
other commissions allowed. This is an
increase upon the salary and commls
slons heretofore allowed, as under the
former lawt commissioners were limited
to twenty-live hundred dollars in addi
tion to sahuy of fifteen hundred dollars.
l His decision will give manv assessors
of internal revenue two or three thous
and dollars increase of salarv.
The Gram: ok Genehae. A corres
pondent of the Chicago Tribune, says:
" The grade of General will be Ailed by
Grant, unless Mr. Johnson is ungracious
enough to wish to iako a chance at it,
but it is not probable that he will And
any of the great Major Generals willing
to take his commission. So will a j)ro
motion bo made to the Lieutenant Gen-
eralcy, and I Incline to the belief that
Gen. Grant will follow the course of his
judgment, and nominate Gen. Thomas.
I was in a group of army officers the
other day, all of them attached to the
person of Grant, and they expressed the
assured opinion that Grant would not
only All the grade of General when it
became vacant, but would advise against
abolishing it, unwilling to take the po
sition that he is the only soldier worthy
of such exaltation.''
Sheridan's Campaign in the She
We learn that
SuThe damage by the earthquake in
California is between $350,000 and $400,
274,000. The Northwestern States
rejected Pendleton's repudiation plat-
iorm Dy a popular majority of 274,000,
The Annual Reports. Nearly or
quite all of the annual reports of heads
of Department at Washington are ex
pected to be completed by the latter part
of this week, and copies submitted to
tho President to enable him to refer to
their features in his annual message.
New York Election. The New
election returns approximate to 10,000
majority for Seymour and 30,000 for
HoAraan. The aggregate vole of the
State is very large over 840,000 which
is an increase of UO.OOO over that of
Division of Texas. The Houston
Union says that the question of divid
ing Texas into three States will bo agi
tated on the re-assembling of tho Con
vention in December next. The bill
failed by a moderate majority before,
and it is said that several of tho dele
gates who voted against division then,
will vote in favor of it this time.
Billiards and Crime. John Mc
Devitt, tho champion billiard player of
America, was arrested at Chicago,
Thursday, with eevoral other blacklegs,
for getting a man drunk and. swindling
him out of $400, in a gambling Iwuep,
Indicted. Tho Boston and Maino
Railroad has been Indicted by the Grand
Jury of Rockingham County, N. II., for
carelessly killing Hiram Witbwell of
JPlAintow, last February,
Col. Carroll D. Wright, f Boston, is de
livering his eloquent lecture on the
above subject again this wintei before
Posts of the Grand Army of the Repub
lic, ai.d in courses of lyceum lectures.
We clip the following from the Bangor
Daily Whig :
"The lecture of Col. Carroll D.Wright
on Sheridan's Campaign in the Shenan
doah Valley is one of the best we have
listened to for n long time, and well
worthy a place beside Gov. Chamber
lain's lectures on the battle of Gettys
burg, and the surrender of Gen. Lee.
The lecture was
replete with glowing description and
thrilling incident, and all who missed
hearing it were deprived of a rare treat."
Even' strong Democratic papers, like
the Lynchburg Virginian, are begin
ning to talk in this way :
"And what shall we do now? Our
advice would be to disband the Demo
cratic party at once, for it is nrettv ef
fectually killed oil', and oruanize a new
conservative party to support Grant, if
his course siiuu justify it. in tins way
the Radical leaders may be sloughed oil
trom tne administration and agreat con
servative party built up that will con
trol tho destinies of the country. The
Whig party went under in 1S52, when
it was not worse beaten than the Dem
ocracy was on Tuesday, and had n bet
ter odor in the North than the success
ful rival has now. 'History is pbiloso
phy teaching by example.' Let us nro
At by it, and try to make amends lor tn
crops of the past three years. Democra
cy bei jg dead, let us bury it out of
The Price of Coal What Is its
The Baltimore Oazettcoia. recent date
has the following article on the prices of
coal, which exposition, it says, it makes,
not with any hopo of bringing down
present high rates, but simply to show
how it happens that they have become
so high :
Will any one of the great coal mining
corporations be good enough to explain
how it happens that the price of anthra
cite cuu nas oeen steaouy advancing in
the face of a falling market for agricul
tural produce V We know very well
that the current explanation is that
stnites at tne mines last summer have
sensibly diminished the supply of coal,
and that the euhanoed price Is but tho
natural consequence of these combina
tions to raise the rate of wages. Such
an explanation has a sufficient substra
tum of truth to quiet ordinary inquirers,
but it does not teil the whole story. To
cast all the blame upon the miners, and
thus leave it to be inferred ihat their
employers would be very glad to soil at
lower prices if they could, is to givothe
latter credit for a irreat deal more nhil-
anthropy than they really possess, No
one questions the fact that strikes did
occur during tho past Eiunmer through
out Shuylkil and Carbon counties, njid.
in a portion also of Lucerne Co, Tliora
may possibly MiVO been spine minor
combinations elsewhere, but if so we
have no knowlcdgo of them. Neverthe
less, us the minors were again set to work
some otter the louse of u few weeks.
others after a longer time tho Btipply of
coal cannot nuriy Do said to be now In
adequate to tho demand, ns produotion
is still going vlgorousl on. and aa coal
could bo bought at the mouth of tho
ml no. no later than 00 davs niro. as low
as $2.80 a ton.
It the l ronriotors of tho coal mines
could alibrd to sell coal at tho abjvo-
uained price wj.en the supply was less
than It is at present, we should like to
know how it haimeus that thev insist
on now receiving from $3.50 to $4 a ton
for tho same gonj, ideo sold at the mouth
of the mine,
Again : there is another thlunr that
puzzles us quite as i ueh. The cost of
truusnortinir ecnl from the mint ir thfi
principal points of dollvory on the ntff
way say at Sunbury, for Instance Is
50c. a ton, and from Sunbury to .Balti
more, $2.50 more, making In nil for the
Arst cost of coal at the mine, and its
transportation to market from $0.50 to
$7 per ton. Can anybody tell us, even
with cartage ami the ordinary business
expenses added, why co isumors should
be charged from $9 to $0.50 a ton ?
It is surely bad enough for the pro
prietors of coal mines to put an addi
tional 75 percent, on the price of their
coal, but it is heaping Pol ion on Ossa
for our coal dealers to follow suit. Nor,
as we understand it, Is this all the pro
lit they make. It was the custom, at
one time, among the larger dealers, to
make their contracts early in the season
I for the emire amount they required for
me mn nnu winter trauo, and nt a stipu
lated price. They had thus the double
advantage of the lowest rate at the mine,
and also of the lower summer rate of
transportation by rail. Whatever rise
in price took place took place subsb
qucntly, added to tho dlAeroncc in cost
of transportation, was to them so much
proAt added to fie proAt ordinarily
made. Latterly, however, we believe,
the contract price has been very general
ly regulated from month to month, so
that it is probable the average proAt
from tills source is loss than it was formerly.
Tho following conversation was heard
a few days since, between a notorious
burglar in Hartford, (Conn.) jail, and a
man whose store he robbed of a large
quantity of silks:
Q. How did you know the value of
tho stock, and where tho silks were?
A. Oh, the newspapers, I see, say
that it was a mystery how we should be
able to go right to the silks. Nonsense.
No mystery at all. I can go s' might to
tho silks In any largo establishment
here or in New York, for they always
keep the silks under the skyiight if
there is a skylight. If the store has on
extension of only one story, on purpose
for a skylight, I always know thit there
are the silks, no matter what city the
store may be in.
Q. But how did you get in?
A. We squeezed in through the lit
tle hole between the sign on your show
winuow anu tne neau oi tne grating be
low it, and went In through the cellar
(J. I should hardly have thought It
posiiuie to gei inrougn mat place, J. re
member the door, though it was locked,
had been snrunjr in cettimr in and out
boxes of goods. How did you get it
A. uii, easy; it it had been a cast
iron doer, we should have cone in. for
we had tools to do it with : we know
you Mr. Brown, a d your habits what
time you go Home How many clerks,
porters, and cash boys vou emnlov: I
came oy tne store early one morning
wucii ii was a lew minuic? late in onen-
ing, ami th re was i crowd of porteiv,
clerks and cash boys waiting to get in :
I knew you were always full of custo
mers, and I knew that no store would
keep so many cash boys unlessit was (ta
llica large busii.ess; l knew what time
you sliut up in the evening, and I knew
tnat your nauit is not to come back to
tho store again; some of these other
merchants come bac to the store ncnln
after closing, and po about town, and
now and then take a look at the store
to sec if it is all right : you don't : when
you go homo, yon stay there.
Q. But don't you think it rathcj
rough on two young men who have been
in the business only two years, staging
with a small capital, and cannot aAoid a
loss, to break into their store and rob
them of eight or ten thousand dollars,
when there are other stores that would
scarcely feel the loss?
A. Yes, by ! and if I had known
that we would never have touched your
shop ! Y.ou may smile and not believe
mo; but I tell you honestly that there
is as much honor and respect for fair
play among our folks as there is with
Twenty-jlvc Xvars Practice WOMAN
In tho Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe-
mule, linn placed Dr. Dow nt the head of all the TkMALK!?, OWING TO THE PECULIAR
physicians making such practice a specialty, and 1 a'"' important solatium) which they sus
cnables him to guarantee a speedy and peiman- tllt'il' peculiar organization, and tho unices
cut cure in tho worst cuius of Stnmi-i'isiim nml '"('J' perform, aro sub ect to manv hiiiVi.i-lnnu
nil ml.ni. 1 ,... . ( II ' r.. ; . llKi.iLim f. !... ....... !.. : ii ?
.... .r.ifii.i. ii i Ait I if i.irrirfux. nun iriiir. . -
eter caun: All letters for advico must contain
1 Ofiieo, No.U Endlcott Street, liostou.
N. R. Hoard furnished to thoso desiring to re
main under treatment.
llostun. Julv. lsys. 2'2(i lvnkw
Dll. FllED'K MORRILL, Physician and Sur
geon, gives exclusive attention to Discuses
oi women. He lias made diseases of woman his
studv for tho past twenty years. His practice
lias been vivy extensive both in Hospital and in
private practice His reputation lias vouchers
in all tho city papers, his patients, and the medi
cal profession, both hero and abroad, as being
the most skillful specialist here, and a thorough
master of all sexual diseases.
Dr. Morrill in admitted by tho best medical
talent of tiio country to have no equal in the
treatment of Female Complaints, and it is no un
usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac
tice to rei-ommend patients to him for treatment
when aillictcd with diseases in his speciality.
Ladies will receive tho most scicntillc atten
tion, botli medically and surgically, with private
apartments during sickness, and with old and
experienced nurses, if they wish.
Tho poor advised free or charge. Physicians
or patients wishing his opinion or advice", by let
ter, and enclosing tho usual fee, will bo answered
by return mall.
Medicines sent to all parts of the country.
Ollico, No. 48 HOWARD STREET,
214-ly Boston Mass.
AJ4 A LECTURE TO
as YOUNG- MEN,
Just Published in a Sealed envelope. Price Gets.
A LECTURE on tho Nature, Treatment and
lladical Cure of Spermatorrhea or Seminal
meanness, involuntary ismsisions, Sexual
o-my, ana impediments to marriage generally;
Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits ;
Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from
K.ill. Alino l.rt 11.. Itnnrfi'n r lttr itntiitlnr i
J Li kj L. 1 U.lULVjlln IViliLi.
Baron James ItothschiUt.
Tbo cable informs us of the death in
Paris, Monday of Baron James Itoths
child, tho head of the famous Continen
tal Banking House, which has branches
in all the principal cities of Europe.
Janes Rothschild, born May 5, 1792,
was at Arst with his brother Solomon.
in Vienna, but subsequently removed to
Paris, where he conttned himself close
ly to business, seldom quitting the city
Ie was one of the Ave brothers, and the
last survivor, who composed the emin
ent Arm ; but members of the third and
lourth generation have been made part
ners. The Rothschilds have long been
the great money power of the Old
World, havintr been for mnnv vonm tlm
principal lenders to the European na-
tn.-. ... i. . 1 .1 f j
huiib. Duuiuti wns uiuir capital, tnat
is a provem on tne continent tint, sin
monarch can ao to war without continu
ing tho renowned Jewish bankers, Dur
ing uvoivo years theylentS. 00,000,000 to
England : S50.000.000 to Austria : S4fi..
uu,uuu iu x lusaiu ; jou.u iu,UUU lO I' rttUCC:
S O ItfMI fTn Vnlnr, . n- nnn nnn i -r- '
sla ; and large sums to smaller States.
iiie Austrian ismperor guve them
tneir title, iiaron of tho Emniro. on no.
count of their readiness to advance him
money in 1813. They have always been
farsceinir and sacraelous. Thnfr mil v
iuiV luto, uuiiiik iuu revolutions in law,
amounted to no leas than $40,000,000.
i,l,tnl. 41..... 1 ! 1 x j1 ' . . . '
iiunuvu, mvy uiu 1101 ICOl With
meir immense capital.
James though ho irave maernifinonf
ontortainments, was notoriously mean
aud very unnonular. Tim Pnrio wito
had many josfs and shotmany arrows of
chwiu m mi- uiu money-goiter whonover
uiey mot nm in the Boulevards, or saw
mm summit: h sarav lmirs inthoRnia
A I - - -1 1 4 . . " -MW.W
or wo (Jiiumns uivseos. Sn w .- a w.,u
his roputatiou for 'penuriousncss, that
uiu uu.-igura nevor asiceu mm for alms.
Horace Vornot onco painted his miserly
face in one of his pictures out of revenge
because fho old follow had refused to
pay tho 'artist his price for a portrait.
Ho was probably worth $400,000,000 or
$500,000,000 at the time of his death.
jJl. I)., AUtlior ol tlio " Urorn Itonlt.".Vi-
The world renowned author, in tliia mlmtmlil
Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience
that tlie awful consequences of Self-Abuse mav
bo effectually removed without medicine, anil
wiuiout uangerous surgical operations, bougies
instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a
uiuuu ui euro at once cenuin aim eilestual. uv
wincii every sufferer, no matser what his con
dition may be, may euro himself cheaply, pr
vately and radically. This Lecture will prove
boon to thousands and thousands.
bent under seal, to anv address, in n ulnin
sealed envelope on the receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's
Marriage Unide." price 25c. Address the
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
127 lSowery. New York.
l'ost Ullice liox 4,f)8(i
Mil ll mil tlicso contribute in mi -m,i!l ,lr,.
greo to their happiness and elfare, for none can
be happy who are 111, Not only so, but no one
or these various fem.ilo complaints can long bi
siilVered to run on without involving the general
health of the individual, and ero long producing
permanent sickness and premature decline. Nor
s it pleasant to consult a physician for the re
lief of these various delicate affections, and only
upon the must urgent necessity will a trim
woman so far sacrillce her greatest charm as to
do this. Iiie sex will then thank us for placing
in their hands simple specifics which will bo
lound eillcacious in relieving and curing almost
eveiy one of those troublesome complaints m co
llar to tho sex.
IlKi,inoL,H ExTit.iCT or Iluritu.-Hundreds
sutler on iu silence, and hundreds of others ap
ply vainly to druggists and doctors, who either
merely tantalize them with thu hopo of a euro or
aiiplv remedles which make them worse. I would
not wish to assert anything that would do i jus
tlco to the ailhcted, but I am obliged to say that,
although it may bo produced from excessive ex
liaustion of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food, profu-o
menstruation, the use of tea aud coffee, and fre
quent childbirth, it is far oftener caused liv di
rect irritation, applied to tho mucous membrane
of the vagina itself.
When roviewing tho causes of these distres
sing complaints, it is most painful to contem
plate the attendant evils consequent upon them.
It is but simple justice to the subject to enum
erate a few of the many additional causes which
so largely affect the life, health, and happiness
or woman in all classes of society, and which,
consequently, affect moro or lesi directly, the
welfare of tho entire human family. Tho mania
that exists for precocious education nml nmv.
WELDEN SPRING WATE
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v Mci-ii oin weldcii Spring, St. Albans, Ye
mun t, which has pruveil high y ..illcarious
hcrofuia. Caiieir. nml nil .. .,." '?,
olid also for ljvm.,,I sji.i...... ' V . ..
..,!... . -,----".... Mill, J.ltl'l 1,111
limuiis uencrai Uei.ility, ,U, Ap. is now f.
sale, at who esa n nml w.i .11 A oiu . i ... ...
eei, wnoro hooks may be obtained eoninii
& ? i Vn,l,' wm' 'illcat
hum physicians and others, testifying to i
iicneticia ellects in numerous eases whei e it li
. Merchants National Hank, i
23 State Street, Huston, Oct. 7. 18CS, f
K. S. OOODWIN, Esq.,
Agent WMdon Spriti
Ur.Mi Mill lUTltKtil I rl.iinit'iii.l.t.. .1... I...
Ill 1 liaVO rei-IMVI.il fimn 11... W..1.I.... ti !.
ttaicr. i luivi, iir.i.,1 t.-.,i,i,..i ...i.i. r..
i,. . i.t , " " " nun ui?i-iB(i
wie moneys lor many years. I Imvi, ......
some or tin, best physicians in tho country an
received no relies. Somo few months since
was recommended to try tho Wolden Sprin
Plll DMHPll tft mf lintv tnn.li ti 1 1 .1 ...
Y l . i hm V l y room and no
jumu "iiiik imj uwht wnirr. Knowing ovi'titual
II A I. S A JI OP WILD C II K II It Y
111 the whole history of medical discoveries no
remedy has perforated so many or such remark
able cures or tho numorotia affections of the
ImtoAT, I.u.sos and Chest, as this long-tried
and justly celebrated Dalsam. So generally ac-
lcnowiedged is the superior excellence of this
remedy that but few of the many who have lest
cd its virtues by experience lail to keep it at
hand as a speedy and certain cure for sudden
attacks of cold fully believing that its remedial
powers are comprehensive enough to embrate
every form of disease, from the slightest cold to
the most dangerous symptom of pulmonary
From Itev. Fiuxcxs LonnELL, Pastor of tho
bouth Congregational Church, Bridgeport,
"I consider it a duty which I owo to Buffering
humanity to bear testimony to the virtues of
Dr. Wistur's Ualsam of Wild Cherry. I have
used it wnen l have had occasion lor any rem.
edy for coughs, colds or soro throat - for manv
years, andnoverin a single instance has it failed
to relieve aud cure mo. I liavo frequently been
very hoarse on Saturday, and looked forward to
the delivery of two sermons on the following
day with sad misgivings, but by a liberal use of
mo uaisam liiv iinarMmif.sa una invnritiiiit
removed, and l nave preached without diluculty.
I commend it to my brethren in the ministry,
and to public sneakers generally, as a certain
remedy fcr tho bronchial troubles to whi eh wo
aro peculiarly exposed."
rreparod py SETII w. FOWLE & SON, 18
iromont ntrcet. and lor salo by nnifrnstn mh
tule by all
P. 0.r,y a box or I'o'and's Plantain
Ointment. Tho best i u vo in the World.
UPlltipr, but insist oi haviuir this. For
"nJKJ'Jls aim Joimtry Uonlura,
p jT. W. rOLAND,
From Mr, E. Tucker, Depot Master at Salisbury,
"I have been troubled for years with a bad
humor ; sometimes outwardly and sometimes
inwardly. During the past Hummer it manifest
ed itself moro than usual outwardly, and I used
your Salve. All signs of it have since disap
peared, without affecting me inwardly, indicat
ing, I think, the eradicating nature of the Salve.
8ETH W. FO VL1S ,v SON, Boston,
Sold by all Driurqists, nt 25c. a box. Sent bv
Wail for 25o. 241-1 "
THE GIIEAT NEW ENGLAND BEMEDV.
V.J W- POLAND'S WHITE PINE COM
POUND. Cures Soro Throat Colds, Coughs,
Dipthena, Bronchitis, Spitting or Blood,
and Pulmonary effections generally.
It is a remarkable remedy for Kid
ney Complaints, Diabetes, Diffi
culty of Voiding Urine,
Bleeding from tho
Qravel and other Complaints.
, , Boston, Jan. 20, 1808.
Poland's White Pine Cosn'OUND.Atter bav
ins given H a thorough trial wo can confiden
tially recommend Poland's White Pine Com
pound as a very valuable nrtieln for Mm (11 Wt tV
colds, coughs, and pulmonio complaints gen
eraly. In several cases wo havo known it to
give prompt reiior when all other remedies
had been tried and iailoil. Tt iu
wliioh in a climate so iiromotivo of HmMi.n nn.i
severe tolds as is that of New England, ought
to be in every family ; aud wo aro suro that
those who once obtain it and give it a fair trial,
will not thereafter bo willing to bo without it.
A Valuable Medicine Dr. Polami'H wn
Pino Compound, advertised in our cnlnmmi iu
successful attempt to coiubino and apply the
medicinal virtues of tho White Pino Bark'. It
has been thoroughly tested bv neimln in thiu
city and vicinity, and tho proprietor has testi
monials to its value from persons well known to
our citizens. Wo recommend jts trial in all
thoso cases of disease to which it is adapted. It
is for sale by all our Druggists. Ar. Jnd't.
Tho Whito Tino Compound is now sold in
ocry part of tho Uuited States and British Prov.
inces. Prepared at the New Eiielaud Botatiio
De..ot, Boston, Mbbs. 23(5-17
1 111 lu Y., 'W a,n anxious tlmlotluM
. minimi if 1 iii.iinrir r nil I... ..... ... T .1
IUIIV recoinmeiiil It in nil u, ill',. ,..;n. .1.
! "no disease. Respectfully.
' .T. .T.MAY.
! From Francis 1J. Dixon, Esq,, Counselor i
Law and Average Adjuster, Boston,
17 Meiichants ExuiiANtir.. i
Boston, October It, lKliS. i
I E. S. (tOODWIN.
, Deah Siii : 1 cheerfully comply with your n
healthy excitement of th 1,T .r S -n.V, ' i .,. . ViVv, V.'y r11'".1."1. "pinion of the merit
with the body hnlf-clothed, and the mind und ly as! ere 1 SKTLfZh0 W
excited hi n easure. iiei-vpi-Hm- !,, n,i.iii. ... J "1.:rV(l,m'u." Monl Dyspepsia, .and ha
revel the hours dcsiL-. e, l,v , VS. f , V : . i ! ",."f",H,",u l'"'""." 'uedicnics and tl
rest, the work of destruction is half accomplished.
in consequence ol thu early strain upon her
riage, causes tho years that nature designed for
corporeal development to bo wasted and per
verted in tho restraints of dress, the early eon
tiiicmcut of school, and especially iu the un-
sjstein, unnecessary eilort is required by the
delicate votary to retain her situation in school
at a later day, tuns aggravating tho evil. When
one excitement is over, another in prospective
keeps the mind morbidly sensitive to impression,
while the now constant restraint of fashionable
dress, absolutely forbidding the exerciso indis
pensable to the attainment and rotuntion of or
ganic health and strength; the exposure to
night air; tho sudden change of temperature ;
the complete prostration produced bv excessive
dancing, must, or necessity, produce" their legi
timate ellect. At last, an early marriage caps
the climax of misery, and tho unfortunate one.
hitherto so utterly regardless of the plain dic
tates and remonstrances of her delicate nature,
becomes an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. Tins is but a truthful picture of the ex
perience of' thousands of our young women.
Long before the ability to exercise the func
tions of the generativu organs, thev require an
education of their peculiar nervous system, com
posed of what is called tho tissue," which is, in
common with tho temalo breast and hps, evid
ently under the control of mental enotions and
associations at an early period of lire ; and, as
we shall subsequently see, these emotions, when
excessive lead, long before puberitv. to habits
which sal) the very lire of tlmir viMinw . .....
turn has self-completed their development.
For Fema.e Weakness and Debility, Whites or
Leucorrha'a, Too Profuse Menstruation, Ex
haustion. Too Long Continued Periods, for Pro
lapsus and Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri,
we offer the most perfect specific known : Helm
hold's Coiii-ouNi) Extiiact ok Buciiu. Direc
tions for use. diet, and advice, accompany.
Females in every period of life, from fiifaucv
to extreme old age, will find it a reniedv to aid
nature in the discharge of its functions. Strength
is tho glory or manhood and womanhood.
IlELJinoLD's Extiiact Buciiu is more strength
ening than any or the preparations of Bark or
Iron, infinitely safer, andnioro pleasant. Helm
iiold' s Extiiact Buciiu, having received tho in
dorsement of the most prominent physicians in
the Lnited States, is now offered to iiuUotod hu
manity as a certain euro for the following disea
ses and symptoms, from whatever cause origin
ating : General Debility, Mental and Physical
Depression, Imbecility, Determination of Blood
to tho Head. Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General
iiiiiuuiniy, jiesiiessiiess anil Sleeplessness at
. . ------ ... ........ ., ...... u
. ........ ; ... ..,,,, u-iaii, i -ns auviMMl I
tr the Welden Spring Water. I found by tal
lnir a lmuhh mC thu wn,i- I. ..ft. si -
atonic and general regulator or the system, an
enables me to eat any kind of food without ii
convenience. The only evidence I can give i
111V flll(Uril!rtlliltt nfil -!... ,
turn to every one suffeniiL' from nv.nmiuln
Yours truly, FRANK B. DIXON.
QltlNCY, Mass., Oct. :i, 18G8.
E. S. GOODWIN, Esq.
Deah Siii My wife lias used vour iVelde
Spring Water, and has received great bnnoli
from it. lll'I'lll'lt aim ltui.il i. ul... I....1 - l.
-. "-- ...... .i.-i. ,v ,1.111 U. U.l
fn, li. I, nml linl 1l. ..1 ft...... .1 1 ,
I he cough has entirely disappeared and she i
"i neiior, man sue lias been for te
Very respectfully your old servant,
JOHN T. WILLEY.
l'rm.i-irit.ie ..f II 1. IT .
... ...,,,., Ul.t.ll ,
many inner persons call h
inigui., .iiuseucu oi juuscuiar utiiciencv, .Loss or
Appetito Dyspepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits,
Disorganization or Paralvsis of th
ui'iiumiiuii, i-uipiiauon oi tne iieart, and, m
fact, all tho concomitants of a Nervous and Do
biliatcd state of the system. To insnvn th
genuine, cut this out. Ask for Helmiioll's.
i'ako no other. Sold by Druggists and Dealers
everywhere. Prico J1.25 per bottle, or six bot
tles for 10.50. Delivered to any address. Des
cribe symptoms in all communications. Address
H. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Ware
house, 69-1 Broadway, N.Y.
None aro genuine unless done un in steel-
engraved wrapper, with fao-smilo of my Chemi
cal Warehouse, and signed
11. A. IlKLMBOLD.
Life and Oasuality Insurance
NO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE,
JERSEY CITY, N. J.
New York Office, 96 Broadway.
This Company offers all the advantages or
other Life fompanies, with many entirely new
Uu" Letters from
seen at the oflice.
E. S. GOODWIN, Agent,
1 ,,ltf 218 Washington Street. Boston.
No.2 Darrow Rlnrk
THE NEW STVLBS OF
The best line of Suits in Town
The Bent Line of Overcoats in Town.
Tim lino 5i l,. , i
Just Received from New York
L. McD. SMITH & CO.
rpi, A n cii
J-iic -ttimjiiuoil UUUKlUff isiove
Again in Court !
1. Ihc Lowest Kitks op Fhfmhtm nf nnv
Mutual Comnanv in Amoritin. ind fnllv on mil in
DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE.
2. Policy-holders can roueivo fimipcvuiTinv
in caso of Disaulinsr Accident, at rates of Prom.
mm no HialiGn than is usually charged ror Life
3. Policies Nox.FonPEiTis'o after
1ANCER, SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA
V Comj-laint, Rhcumatiam, Neural
4. Annual Diridonds mailn Kon -Forfeitable.
3. Loans on all Policies.
fi. Liberal Permission to Travel.
7. A Dkitinite Cash SunnENnr.n Value minr.
anteein all Policies.
EDMUND C. FISHER, President.
JOHN n. CHURCH. Jr., Secretary.
C. W. RUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont.
MAIN STREET, ST. ALBANS, VT.
d 144 Sm.
rpiIOSB INTEIIKSTKD AUK HEREIIV
J notified that I am agent to transact all busi
noaa pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of tho above nature can bo pre-
United States Court, Dis't of N.Y.,
Amiany, Oct. 17, 18G8.
Jacoij II. Siikar Jos. Packard,
Zkiiulkn Hunt & Wm. J. JNIim.kk.
The Honorable Samuel Nelson,
THIS SUIT was brought for infringing the
patents on a Shaking or Vibrating Ash
Sifter, and tho combination of a Sifting and Ash
Pan in tho hearth of a Cooliing Stovo, an injunc
tion was grunted restraining their uso. Messrs.
Hunt k Miller havo now arranged for a license,
and will hereafter manufacture and sell under a
neenso irom us. All other persons aro coution-
eil against manufacturing, selling, or using
Stoves with tlieso improvements, as all in-
iriugements will no promptly prosecuted.
SHEAR, PACKARD & CO.,
Albany, N. V.
For Sale by D. M. WA' KER,
ewi tt a1 n lrwl rr lllll nnnnu 4 .... . r . . " i . ... w
VUlVUl 4 UUUU Ui IVI- PWKUUi Otlli I i I'r III II Vila . UlUlfilll niw llmn . II.m.... ..!.!.. 1 1 - - i
1143, Addresa R. QREENE, M. D., 10 T.mV.r i'to ' ' J"ut"' WW.XnW1
St. Albans, May 10th, 1806.
Autumn and Winter.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
T HAVE now opened a now Btock of the above
J. named goods, to which I resneettnllv invittt
tho notice of tile Ladies of Rl. Alliaiisniw1 vi.
Real Rlack Thread and Malta Laces.
Real Valenciennes and Cluny Laces.
Merino Undervesls nnd T1-M r.va IMm flunl-
Qlovea, Mittens, ScarfB, e.
Dress, Sacks, ,t Cloak Fringes and Gimps.
Small Wares. Ac, Ac
Making a Speciality of this lino of Goods, I
shall tndeavor to keep on hand a good, liberal
assortment, and shall not be undersold by any
, . r , L. P. KIMPTON.
Store next to L. L. Dulcher & Sons. dwl32U