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VERMONT DAILY TiR ADSCRIPT, DEOEMBEB 4, 1S6S.
Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. ALBANS, VT.
Fkiday, Deckmbkk 4, 1808?
Wo henr It nsscrtcd niilto often that
tm Mmoanre hnril hcroubouts, and thnt
Wn to 1nt llttlo money in clrculntlon.
Whv should this bo so ? We give here
with nn accurate statement of the ship
ments of butter, cheese and minora!
snrlnc water made at St. Albans, from
the first day of October to Dec. 3rd 1803 ;
T,fui n Mtimntfi of the amount of
monev rccolved in return. Very ex
tonsivfishlnmcnls have also been made
nr imNi Piftlo. Hwino. and other kinds
Ul ilUlUbk - j - t
of produce generally in relation
which wo can give no figures.
Shipment of Butter There lias been
shinned 7.574 tubs of butter, gross
weicht. 452.340 lbs estimated
weight, after deducting 8 lbs per tub, is
r,t9Mriw Vmm this muter, at an
average'price of 42c. per lb, which can
not bo far out of the way, there nnis
havo been realized the handsome sum j
of $215,851.44,whii'h has induced asmilo
upon the faoos of our farmors. "We are
pleased with this feature of the matter
ourselves, tiul would suggest that our
joy cot.ld only bo Increased by tho re
ceipt of a dollar or two occasionally, in
payment for tho Tkanschiit.
Shipment of Cheese There has been
shipped of cheese, 4,810 boxes, of which
the gross weight was 304,420 lbs. To es
timate the weight of the b. xcs at 10 lbs
t'ach, wo have the net weight of 340,320
lbs, which, at 15c. per lb, would bo Sol, -948.
Mineral Snrlnn Water Tlje whole
number of bexes shipped has becn5,S03,
containing 139,272 bottles. Tho price of
this water delivered at the cars is $7.50
per box, at which price $13,522.50 has
been realized lor the same, ui uus me
Missisquoi Spring has shipped 4,111
boxes, the Vermont Spring 1,383 boxes,
Sheldon Spring 138 boxes, 2 barrels, and
i lrnir ? Weldim Snrinir 1GG boxes, all
o , - t-
other springs 3 box3s.
From butter $215,851 44
" cheese 51,948 00
" spring water 43,522 50
Shipment for October Butter, 3,020
tubs ; cheese, 3,020 boxes ; spring water
1.-480 boxes and 1 barrel.
Shipments for November Butter
3,613 tubs; cheese, 1,790 boxes; spring
water, 3,870 boxes, 1 brl., and 1 ke
r 1- -v
We are aware that this statement will
uot agree with thot published in the
Messenger for the same time, so far as
that paper has attempted to give tho
figures concerning butter Of thso
other articles it recapitulates none. The
error arises with the Messenger In as
suraing that butter is only shipped ou
Tuesdays, and computes tho amount
from its reports of that day when the
fact is, large quantities of butter and
cheese have been, and are being con
stantly shipped on other days of tho
Guant on Indian Affairs. Gen
Grant, it is stated, has said In private
conversation, that wo can expect no per
manent peace with th6 Indians unt.l the
Government transfers the Indian Bu
reau to the War Department.
The Boston Journal. This Journal
which circulates quite cxtcnsivaly here
abouts, is a live nuwspaper,and deserves
of tho largo patronage that It receive.
From its Prospectus for 18G9. we should
judge that for the coming year it will
prove moro valuable, if possible, than
in any previous year. "Parloy, "at
Washington, with his assistants, and
the free use of the telegraph will keep
its readers informed of important event's
transpiring there. " Carlcton's" excel
lent and valuable letter will bo con
tinued, and Its regular Correspondents
in New England, Now York, &c, can
not fail to make Its columns unusually
interesting. Terms: Dally Journal,
$10, Semi-Weekly Journal, single copy,
$4,00 ; five copies to one address, $15 ;
ten copies to ono address, $30 ; Weekly
Journal, one copy, by mail, $2,03; five
copies to one address, $7,50 ; ten copies
515, and one cony to the getter up of
JlehnboUVs Drutf Store,
The drus store of H. T. Helrabold,594
Broadway, is, judging from the extend
ed descriptions in the New York dailies,
the finest and most attractive establish
ment of its kind in New York, It Js
oce of those places, says ono writer,
which arrest tho eyes of the pas3er-by,
and compel hirn to stop and examine it,
almost against his will. Not that ex
ternally it is marked by any striking
architectural bouuty, but that there Is a
certain nameless fascination about the
combined result of an exquisite taste in
the arrangement of tho various articlos
exposed for sale In tho windows, and a
delightful harmony of color. This
palace-like establishment is divided into
two compartments, wholesales ami re-
tall, tho partition being as near as may
be In tho middle, with oftlccs on each
side of It, which arc spanned by an arch,
Inscribed with the words "Wholesale
Domrtinent." The Sun says :
riils establishment was begun
UnlHbod In live days. To look at
seems Incredible; and more e3jy.f
so when it is examined in uotaii.
wnlls oxtonilinir over nan tno
hall aro adorned all along the celling to
the two first pillars with a sc-ies ol 28
moulded arches, 14 on each side. These
rest vmon an elaborate moulding, sup
ported by elegant pillars with ornamen
ted capitals, overiiuu wim
roof also is rie'ily painted and fretted
with gold. The shelve are divided in
to a number of ranges, each of which is
linnked bv French mirrors. Thencomo
tho counters, elicit In all, compose 1 of
solid marble throuirhout, the top slabs
supported bv richly carved brackets,
starred with gold, and having two
square compartments on the side faces,
each one of which boars the inscription
Indeed, throtighoutthe establishment
there is a harmony of form, color and
disposition. A lavish hand has been at
work in all the departments, and this
marble palace Is one more proof of the
swift witchery whereof money is capa
ble. I,awx vfYrriiwnt, A, J), lioS.
Public Acts, designated by the Secre
tary of Slate for publication in the news
n Act in addition to an Act approved
Nov. 21, 18(57, in relation to tho return
of tho military property, belonging to
the State, to the Quartermaster Go ic
ral. It is hereby enacted, &c.
fiiv. 1. All officers, non-commissioned
rflli'nrs. muslcb.ns and n.ivatcs. who
have not returned to the Quartermaster
General of this State, the property oc
longlng to the State, agreeably to the
provisions qi seoi ion inrce oi me nut iu
wbleh this is in addition, aro hereby
required to make return ol such proper
ty agreeably to tho provisions of said
7' . . . . i 1 f T . II
ct by tno lirsc uay oi January, v. u
S r. 2. All officers, non-commissioned
nfllpnrs. musicians and nnvates who
shall neglect or refuse to make return of
tho military property which hoy re
ceived under the act organizing twelve
regiments of militia, approved jnoy. zx,
1K(U. noroeablv to the nrovlslons of this
act and tii3 not to wnjen mis is in uuui'
--, --CJ-- : . , , .. . . i
Hon. shall, unless tlioy satlsiy tneuuar
tni-mntor General that such , rope.ty
has been lost or destroyed through nc
Innltof thoirs. forfeit and nay to tho
Quartermaster General of the State, for
the benefit ol the date, tnc sum oi 510,
tn be recovered In an action on the case
founded on this statute, In the name of
the Quartermaster General, which fuit
mnv he brouirht be.orc a iustice of the
peace in any county of this St.ite, and
the nlnintiil ill such suitshall bo entitled
to recover the above penalty and the
full value of the property not returned
a? herein provided, together with lo,
euhiH. ... utsuiutiuu irom tne
active militia service of the State, and
from personal liability for the loss, dam-
inv, ui hub i.iuwuu 01 military property,
all oflloers and men who received such
property ur dor the act approved Nov
22, 1804, who furnish satisfactory evi
dence that such property, for which
they aro liable, has been damaged, lo3t
or destroyed, without carelessness or
fault ,011 their part.
Approved, Nov. 19, 180S.
An Act in amendment of and addition
to section thirty-two of chapter 120 of
the General Statutes, entitled " Of
salaries and fees."
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
bEC. 1. jjA'cry oiiiccr or other nerson
authorized by law to make an arrest for
an offence against tho otate, shall be
entitled to receivo 50 cents ns a fee for
each arrest so ma Jo.
Sec. 2. This act shall take elfect
f.'cm its passage.
Approved, November 20, 1808.
An Act relating to the fees of town
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
Seo, 1. Sec, 41 of chapter 12G of tho
General Statutes Bhall be amended to
read as follows :
Town grand jurors' fees shall be, for
each complaint 50 cents ; for attendance
per uay, tx ; jor travel por mile, ten
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect
from its passage.
Approved November 10, 18G8.
An Act relating to the fees of sheriils
and their deputies.
It fs hereby enacted, d-c.
Sec, 1. J2ach sheriff shall receive tho
sum ol $2 per Jay, for each day of his
own attendance imon tho Countv anil
Supreme Court prid Court of Chancery,
and $2 per day for the necessary attcn-
uauc. 01 each or ms doputlos upon the
Sec. l. All acts and parts of acts
Inconsistent hcrowith aro hereby re
pealed. Sec. 3. This act shall take cfTect
frun Its passage.
Approved, November 12, 18G8.
An Act relating to the feesof school dis
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
Sec. 1. The clerks of the several
gflhoo). districts in this State, for making
returns, pf births and deaths, as now re
quired by Jaw, shall recpivo ns com ion
ization therefor tho euin of fifteei) cimta,
for each birth and death bo returned:
provided, that In caso tholr returns are
incomplete, or incirrcct, they shall for
feit ad compensation theroior, and bo
liable to a fine of not less thnn ilvo'dol-
Sec. 2. It is hereby madotho duty of
tho selectmen of the several towns in
this State, to dra.v an order on tho
treasurer of their respective town, to
pay toe compensation aforesaid, on the
piejontatlon to them of a cortirlcato frojt
the town clerk that tho returns havo
been made according tolaw.
Skc. 3. It Is hereby made tho duty
of the several town clerks in this State
to carefully examine tho returns of
births and deaths made to them by tho
i lnrltd nf the several school districts in
their respective towns, and in case the
returns are in an respecis niniic up anu
returned, agreeably to law, they shall
furnish to each school district clerk, so
comnlvinir with the rcnulronionts of
law, a certificate which shall entitle him
to the compensation aforesaid ; and in
case such returns n,-o incomn.eto or In
correct they Bhall forthwith cause prose
cutions to be commenced against such
delinquent school district clerk in the
name of the State, to recover any pen
alty or forfeiture Imposed by tho provi
sions of this act.
Skc. 4. In case any town clerk In
thlsStatc shall neglect or refuse to comp
ly with the requirements of this act. or
with any oxlsttmr requirements of law
In relation to making returns of births,
marlagcs ond deaths to tho Secretary of
State, ho shall bo liable to a line of not
less than twenty dollars; ond the Secre
tary of State shall causo prosecution to
bo commenced In the name of the State
to recover the penalty aforesaid.
Skc. 5. All acts or parts of acts In
consistent hcrowith arc hereby repeal
ed. Approved Nov. 10, 1SGS.
n Act changing time of holding coun
ty courts in tnc county of Orange.
is hereby enacted, Ac.
Seo. 1. Tho statod terms of tlia coun
ty court, in and for the county ol Or-
inge, snail 00 held on tno nrst Tuesday
of Juno and tho third Tuesday of De-
comber in each year,
Skc. 2. All writs and processes made
returnable to said court on the first
Tuesday of December, shall to return
able to and ontercvl in said court nn the
third Tuesday December,
Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect from
Approved, Nov. 10, 1803.
An Act changing time of holding coun
ty courts in the county of Orleans.
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
Sec. 1. Tho statod terms of county
court in tho county of Orleans shall, af
ter the next Juno term thereof, uo neui
on tho lastTuosday in Fcbiiiary, and the
first Tuesday 111 October in each year,
instead of tlio fourth Tuesday In June,
and tho fourth Tuesday in December, as
now provided by law.
sec. z. so much see ion twenty-six
of the General statutes, as Is inconsis
tent with this act, is hereby lcpealed.
Sec. 3. This act shall take cllect
from its passage.
Approved, November 19, 18G8.
An Act fixing the salary cl'theAdju
tant and Inspector General.
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
Skc. 1. The annual salary of the
Adjutant and Inspector General of this
State shall bo live hundred dollars.
Sec. 2. This act ahalltakc effect from
Approved, Novembex 10, 18G&.
iu union ri an act, approved No
vember 21, 1SG7, relating to the Board
of Education and the Secretary there
of. It 3 hereby enacted, Ac.
Sec. 1. Section one, of an act approv
ed November 21, 1807, shall ba amended
so as to read as follows : The compensa
tion of the members of tho Board of Ed
ucation and the Secretary thereof shall
bo as follows :
To each member of the Board, for
cachdayh' attendance on the meetings
of tho same; Including the time neces
sarily spent in going to and from tho
place of meeting, the sum of four dollars,
and their actual traveling expenses, not
Including board. To tho Secretary the
sum of twelve hundred dollars per year
aid his actual traveling expenses, w'hile
in the performance cf the duties of his
oiIlcc,and the expense of procuring blank
forms and postage, and such sums as he
shall actually p.iy for assis ance in hold
ing the Teachers' Institutes, notoxcecd
injthesumof axtydollarsln each coun
ty for any ono year, all which allowan
ces shall be paid by the Treasurer, on
the allowance and and order of the Au
ditor of Accounts.
Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts in
consistenthercwith are hereby repealed.
Sec. 3, This act shall tako effect from
Approved Nov. 19, 1808,
An Act fixing the pay of the Directors
oi xno state rrison.
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
Sec. 1. Tho Directors of the State
Prison shall receive three dollarsporday
for each days actual service, together
with their actual expense-.
Sec. 2 This act shall take effect from
tho first day of December next.
Approved, November 19, 18G8.
An Act regulating the salaryof tho State
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
Sec, l. Tlio annual compensation
and salary of the Secretary of th : Board
of Trustee and Librarian of tho State
Library shall be three hundred and
SE2. 2. This act shall tako effect
from October 1, 1808.
Approved, November 9, 1808.
I M il U I V I J l
INFORMATION guaranteed to produce a luxu
riant growth of hair upon a bald head or a
beardless faeo. also a reeinn Cm- H in rntnivnl
Jimples. blotches, eruptions, etc, on tho skin,
caving tho same soft, clear, and beautiful, can
be obtained without cliaruo bv addressing
TlJOS, F, CHAPMAN, Chemist.
P. O.-Try a box of Poland's Plantain
Ointment. Tho best i ,1 vn in i, vm
Tako no other, but insist o i having this. For
saje by all Druggists and Country Dealers.
d j, w. Poland,
pANUElt, SCROFULA, DysPEPsL, LIVER
Comi.laint, RliouniatiBm, Neuralgia, &c.i
cured. A nook of lpt;i,agos, sent iw to Jnvai
I V,'!8' Addross R. GREENE, M. P., 10 '1'impl,.
"It Works like a Charm."
nonno'n Pain-KlllhiR Single Oil cures Head
nclio. Itcnno's Pnin-KllliiiK Slavic Oil enn-s Tooth
ltennt's l'nln-KillliiK Static Oil cuivm Neural
gia. ltcnuo'H Valn-Killlng Single Oil curort Cholera
ltcnuo'H Tain-Killing Single Oil cures Ilium
mutism. ltcnne's l'ain-Killing Single Oil cnren Lame-
llcnno'H rain-Killing Single Oil eureH Skin
Some folks rooiu to ho proud or telling how
"laino their tdumldurs are" of my crick in Hit
hack" or, "1 havo got the Sciatica" ami de
light in liraflging that "nothing can euro me!'
hut when wo get mich "nnful 1'oIUh" to ttbo
lleenc s rain-Killinc Jlacie On, faithfully, uo
not only cure their lameness and charm away
their pains, hut wo actually tnito all that kind ol
"lirag out of themr, nnd they frankly own up
and nay, "It work.' like a charm r
Sold' hv all DruggistH, Merchants and Oroeets
Sole proprietor and lnan'ifacturor, 1'ittHtleld.
IRON Tn the BLOOD.
The neecbsily of a due proportion of Iron in the
blood Is well known to all medical men; when it
becomes reduced from any causo whatever, tho
wholo HVHtuni millers, the weakest part being
first attacked, and a feeling of languor, lassitude
and "all goneness" pervades the system..
Stimulants only afford hmi'ornri relief, and
havo the samu effect ns giving a tired horso tho
whip instead of oats. Tho true remedy is to
supply tho blood with tho necehsary quantity of
iron. This can be duno by using the
I'EUHVl A . S V It X! V,
a protected solution of the protoxide of Iron,
which is so prepared that it assimilates at once
with tho blood, giving strength, vigor and new
lifo to tho wholo system,
To tako medicine to euro diseases occasioned
by a dcllciei.cy of IKON IN THE 1ILOOD, with
out restoring it to tlio system, is liko trying to
repair a building when tlio lounuauon is gone.
divine sivs ; "I have been using the l'H-
IIUY1AN SYHU1' for some limo past : it gives
mo new vigor, buoyancy of spirits, elasticity 01
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures, and
lccomtuendationsirom somo of our most onuuent
physicians, e ergymen and others, will ho sent
free to any address.
The Kcuuine has "Pkuuviajc SvntTP" hi own
in the glass.
.1. P. DINRSIORE, Proprietor,
No. ar, Dcy St., New York.
Sold bv v.ll Dni'-'fiists. 245-4 w
For ml the Protean forma of Disease origina
S C 11 O P U L A ,
such as Salt Rheum. Cancer. Consumption, Ac.
thoro is nothing can equal tho purifying effects
Oi xouino when aumimstereu in a pure state.
Dr. If. Anders' Iodine Water
is a pure solution of Iodino dissolved in water,
without a solvent, and is tho best remedy for
Scrofula and kindred diseases ever discovered.
Oil culart free.
J. P. DINS5IORE,
30 Doy Strcot, New York.
Sold by druggists nencrally,
A LECTURE TO
afei VOTTWO. Tvrc vr,
Just Published in a Scaled envelope. Price Gets.
A LECTURE on tlio Nature. Treatment and
Uadical Cure of Spermatorrhoea or Sominal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual De-
Self. Abuse, Ac. By ROBERT J.CULVERWELL,
M. D., Author of tho " Green Book,"Ac.
Tho world renowned author, in this admirable
Lecture, clearly nroves from l,iu
that tlio awful consequences of Self-Abuse may
bo effectually removed without medicino, and
without dangerous surgical operations, bougies,
instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a
mode of euro at oneo certain and eil'estual. bv
which overy sufferer, no inatscr what his con
dition may bo, may euro himself cheaply, pri
vately and radically. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain,
sealed envelopo on the receipt of six cents, or
two postneo stamps. Also. Dr. niilvm-ivnli'u
" Marriage Guide.'' pdee 2oc. Address the
CHAS. ,T. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowerv, New York,
Post Office Box 4,580
DR. l'RED'II MORRILL, Nivsician and Sur
geon, gives exclnsivo atteniii 11 to Diseases
oi women. He has made diseases f woman his
study lor the past twenty years. His practico
has been vo.-y oxteusivo both in Hospital ami iu
private practice. His reputation has vouchors
in all tho city papers, his patients, and tho medi
cal profession, both hero and abroud, as bcine;
the most skillful specialist here, nnd a thorough
master of all sexual diseases.
li r. Morrill is admitted by tho best medical
talent ot the country to havo no equal iu the
treatment of Female Complaints, and it is no uu-
uBuui ucuiirronco ior physicians in regular prae
tico to recommend patients to him for treatment
iiuu iiiuiL-ieii wiui diseases m his speciality.
Ladies will receive tho most scientific a'tteii
tion, both medically and surgically, with privato
apartments during sickness, and with old and
experienced nurses, if they wish.
Tho poor advised free of charge Physicians
or patients wUhing his opinion or advice, bv let
ter, and enclosing tho usual fee, will bo answered
by return mail.
.Medicines bent to all parts of the country.
Oflico, No. 18 HOWARD STREET,
2H'li' Boston MasH.
GREAT NEW' ENGLAND P.EMEDV.
J. Dr. J. W. POLAND'S
WH1TK MVP. 'MM
POUND. CuiCH Sore Throat Colds. 6'ouirhs.
Diptheria, Bronchitis, Spitting of Wood,
ruunoiiary eiieetioes uoueru iv.
It is a romarkablo remedy Tor Kid-'
..v,. wU....M(,,a, inmuiva. I'llll-
culty of Voiding Urine,
Bleeding from the
Gravel and other Complaints.
., , ... Boston, .Tan. 20, 18G8.
Poland's White Pine Compound Attor hav
ing given it a thorough trial wo can oontldeu
tially repQmmend Poland's Whito Pino Com
pound as a very valuable articlo for tho euro of
uuius. cuiiL-iiH. uiiu iiuimomo Kimn ninta v..
eraly. In several eases wo havo known it to
give prompt renoi when all other remedies
had been tried and tailed. It is an articlo
which in a climate so promotive of mnidi.n n,..i
sovcro colds as is that of New England, oucht
tp bo in every family : and wo are suro that
those who once obtain it and givo it a fair trial
will not thereafter bo willing to bo without it, '
A YAtyAiii.K Mf.nieiNE. Dr. Poland's Whito
Pino C'ouipoiuid. advortisod in our columns, is a
auccessful attempt to eomhlno and applv the
medicinal virtues of tho While P!,,n 11
has been thoroughly tested by peoplo in this
city and vicinity, and tho proprietor has testi-1
monials to its valuo from persons well known to
our citizens. Wo recommend its trial in all !
thoso eases ofdisoaso to which it is adapted. It I
is for sale by all our Druggists. Ar. Y. ;)',
Tho Whito Pino tmnpomu is now sold in
oery part of tlio UiiitodHtates and British Prov. '
incea, Prepared at tho Now England Botanic 1
De.iot, Boston, Mass. 236-17- '
u uij, mm iiiipuuimeius to marnago generally;
Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits ;
Mental and Physical Incnnnrftv. vnunhimr
TTTUJJtAblX OWING TO TIIR PECULIAR
V and important telntlons wliioh they sus-
tniti. their peculiar organization, and tho oftlccs
iiicj peviorui, aro suojcci iu luanj punciiiiun
Freedom from these contrlbuto in no small de
u'reo to their happiness and welfare, for none can
be happy who aro III. Not only bo, hut no one
nf these various feinalo complaints can long he
su lereil lo run on without invo vine the general
health of tho individual, and ere long producing
permanent sickness and premature decline Nor
1 ll -.1 i l.. . .1 i'.... il.
is n juciiHiiui in cuusuu ii pmNiuiaii 101 iitu iu-
llef of these various delicate affections, and only
upon the most urgent necessity will a true
woman so lar saenuee her greatest cnarm as to
do this. Tho sex will then thank us for placing
in their hands shnplo Bpecillcs which will ho
found efficacious iu relieving and curing almost
every one of tho-o troublesome complnints pt cu
hav to tho sex.
Hr.i.jiiioMiV Extuact or Huciut. Hundreds
suffer on in silence, nnd hundreds of others ap
ply vainly to druggists and doctors, who cither
merely tantalize them with the hopool a cure or
applv remedies which make them worse. I would
not wish to assert anything that would do i jus
tice to the afllicted, but I am obliged tn say that
although it may be produced from excessive ex
haustion of tlio powers of life, bv laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food, profile
menstruation, the use of tea nud coffee, and fre
quent childbirth, it is far oftoncr caused by di
rect irritation, applied to the mucous membrane
of tho vagina itself.
When reviewing the causes of these distres
sing complaints, it is most painful to contem
plate tho attendant evils consequent upon them.
it is nut simple justice to tno sunject to enum
erate a few of tlio many additional causes which
so largely affect the life, health, and happiness
of woman in all classes of society, ami which,
consenuentlv. affect more or less direcllv. tho
welfaro of tho entiro human family. Tho mania
that exists for precocious education anil mar
riago, causes tho years that naturo designed for
corporeal development to no wustcu anu per
verted in tho restraints of dress, tho early con
linement ot school, nnd especially m tlio un
healthy excitement of tlio ball-room. Thus.
with the hotly half-clothed, and tho mind unduly
excited bv pleasure, perverting in midnight
revel tho hours designed by nature for Bleep and
re!, the work of destruction is half accom-
In eonscquenco of this early strain upon her
system, unnecessary eftoit la required by tho
delicate votary to retain ncr situation in school
at a later day. Mus nircravating tho evil. Whon
one excitemont is over, another in prospective
keeps themina mnrmuiy sensitive to impression,
while tlio now constant restraint of fashionable
dress, absolutely forbidding the exercise indiS'
ncnsablo to tho attainment anil retention of or
canto health and strength ; tho exposure to
niuhtair: the sudden chance of tcmucraturo
the complete prostration produced by excessive
dancing, must, of necessity, produce" their legi
timate effect. At last, an early marriace caps
tho climax ot misery, aim tne innominate one,
hitherto so utterly regardless of the plain die'
tatcs and remonstrances of her delicate nature
becomes an unwillinc suuiect of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of the ex
perience of thousands of our young women.
Long before the ability to exercise the fune
turns ol the generative organs, tliny require an
education of their peculiar nervous system, com
posed of what is called the tissue, which is, in
common with tho female brenst anil lips, evid
ently under tho control of mental enotions and
associations at an early period of life ; and, as
wo shall subsequently see, these emotions, when
excessivo lean, long neioro puuenty. to uainti
which snpthe very lifo of their victims ere na
turo litis self-completed their development
For FemaiO Weakness and Debility, Whites or
Leucorrhcoa, Too Profuse Menstruation, Ex
haustion. Too Long Continued Periods, for Pro
lapsus and Bearing Down, -or Prolapsus Uteri,
we offer tlio most perfect specific known : Helm
dold's Compound Extuact of Buciiu. Direc
tions for use. "diet, and advice, accompany.
Females iu every period of life, from infancy
to extreme old age, win nnu it a remedy to aid
naturo in tlio discharge of its functions. Strengtl
is tho glory of manhood and womanhood
Helmdold's Extract Bucuu is more strength
cniug than any of the preparations of Bark or
Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleasant. Helm-
.iu uniLu oiuius, iu nun uuurcu to auueted liu
inanity as a certain cure for tho following disea
sea and symptom, from whatever causo oriein
annc: uenerai uemnty, Mental and Physical
Depression, Imbecility, Determination of Blood
to tlio Head. Confused Ideas, Hysteria, Guneral
Irritability. Restlessness .m,l Klf.nnl..auv.,...c. .
Night, Absenco of Muscular Efficiency, Loss of
Appetite Dyspepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits,
Disorganization or Paralysis of tho Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of tho Heart, and, m
bihatcd stale of the system. To insuro tho
genuine, cut this out. Ask for Hci.MnoLi.'a.
Tako no other. Sold by Druggists and Dealers
uiui rnuuiu. x-riuu ti.zu per uottic, or six hot'
lies ior f ij.oo. Delivered to any address. Dns
cribo symptoms in all communications. Addr
11. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Wa
houso, 594 Broadway, N.Y.
iono aro genumo unless dono up in steel
P.',,, wrJl'Per witu rae-smuo of my Chem
cnl W arehouse, and signed
, . H. T. HELMBOLD.
Twenty-five Years Practice
In the Treatment nf Tliuiviaxa nl.in..i t
males, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all tho
physicians making such practico a specialty, and
.,..... ...... Hualivuvuo u Bpecuy ana perman
ent euro m tlio worst cases of Suppression and
a., umuf jueiiwuiu uerangemcnis, from xchaU
ever cause. All letters for advico must contain
i, V, . -'"""n nii eei, uosion.
N. B. Board furnished to thoso desirinp; to re
main under treatment.
Jiostou. julv. 1SU8. 22GlvriUw
Life and Oasuality Insurance
NO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE,
JERSEY CITY, N. J.
New York Offioo, 9G Broadway.
IMS Company offers all tho advantages of
oiuer j.110 companies, with many entirely new
,1; Tho Lowest Rates of Pbemiusi of any
Mutual Company in America, nnd fullv onnnl in
20 por cent.
DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE.
2. Pulicy-holders can receive Compensation
111 case of Disabling Accident, at rates of Prcm
mm no HioliEn than is usually charged for Life
3. Policies Non-Forfeiting
after Two Pay-
i. Annual DivideniU made Non-Forfeitable.
.1, Loans on all Policies.
fl. Liberal Permission to Travel.
7. A Deftinitk Casii SunnENPEii Value cuar
antee in all Policies.
EDMUND 0. FISHER, President.
JOHN B. CHURCH. Jr., Secretary.
C. W, RUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont.
MAIN STREET, ST. ALBANS, YT.
d 144 3m. j
IS 4 7
Comer of Main and Hank Street.-,
HAS JUST HECEIVIJD A LAROE ADDITION
to his Stock of AMERICAN and SWISS
WATCHES. Call early and seo the now Elgin
W ntclics. the pretty Swsss watches in gold oses,
Ladles' sizes, at greatly reduced prices.
HAS just iceciveda complete assortment of
new nnd beautiful SILVER WARE
BEWARE of "PATENTS I" and new iiamct
for PLATED SPOONS. FORKS, Ac, hut
call and purchase tho TRIED and APPROVED,
tho GENUINE UOi.OKUS' GOODS. Always
a full assortment of Extra and Tripplo Plate on
nauii. i our name noawy eiicrnveii without ev
VII Alt LBS WYMAS.
N endless variety of Fino Oold, Etruscan,
Roman Jet, and Plated Sets. Rinus. Pius.
buttons, Charms, Ac, Vo. Gold, Silver. Plated
and Steel Chains, both Lidics' and Gouts'.
CU A 11 LES WYMA X.
From $2.00 to $23,000 cacb.
Tlie beat plaee to buy
A LARGE addition of tho indestructible In
dia Rubber Handle. Knives, at greatly re
XT7"OS TENHOLM'S. J. Crooked,
T T can nnives and w"""'
Spe ctac I es.
CI OLD, Silver, Tlated and Steel. Beal Pebble
H and I'ebblo Olass from 25 cents to $10.00.
rilHE best gold Pens and cases made in tine
X country. Every pen warranted.
COMBS, COMBS, COMBS,
Cloth, Hair, Tooth and Nail.
Brittaunia Tea Pots.
CUT glass Ooblets, Berry Dishes, Tumblers
and Castor Bottles,
GREAT VARIETY OF
C CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. All of tho above
J articles will bo sold vcrv Cheap for Cash.
St. Albans, Nov. 25. 18G8.
Autumn and Winter.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
HAVE now opened a new stock of tho above
named iroods. to which I resnectfnllv invlln
tho notice of tho Lad'es of Bt. Albans and vi
cinity. Real Black Thread and Malta Laces.
Real Valenciennes and Cluny Laces.
Merino Ulldervests and Drawers "Ext, dual.
Gloves, Mittens, Scarfs, Ae.
Dress, Sacks, & Cloak Fringes and Gimps.
Small Wares, Ac, Ac.
MakinL' a Sneeinlitv of Hi!', li
shall endeavor to keep on hand a pond, lihnrnl
assortment, and shall not bo undorsold by anv
one. T. i. KIMPTfiN.
Store next to L. L. Dutcher A- Sons, dwl32tt
NOW READY AT