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VERMONT DAILY T.R A. 1ST S C JR I P T, DIE Oil MB EE 5, 1S68.
Vermont Dailf Transcript '
a r.-n a ve VP
Katvhday, Di:a:MJint r, ifexs.
Tic Camilla Session of Coiitrrss.
The rolls of the House at the coining
possion will, the Trilnttie'fl conc?i'oii(l
ont smys, bunr the mimes of J.l Itepro-se.-tntivcn,
liieliullng the ('.elegit ioiin
from Georgia and Alabama. Four mom
lors of the present House have died,
namely: Messrs. Finney and Slovens,
of Pennsylvania, Mtinii, of Louifinua,
and Hinds, of Arkanfc-a3. The death of
neither of these ha? been anno meed ofll
cially in the House, and one of the that
featured of the coming session will be the
passage of the customary resolutions and
the delivery of the usual addresses, by
the colleagues of the deceased members.
Mr, Finney was able to occupy his seat
only about a week. Ho is succeeded by
S. Newton Pittis. Mr. Stevens is t-uc-cceded
by C. .T. Dickey, and either
Jones or Menard willsucceod Mr.Miuin,
the election being contested ; the latter
is a colored man. '1 he Senate rolls will
contain the names of GO member ', in
cluding Messrs. Hill and Miller of Geor
gia, i-nd Messrs. Spencer and Warner of
Alabama, being an increase of 11 since
the vote on impeachment. Of this num
ber, the terms of olllce of 2 will expire
on the 4th of March next, namely:
Messrs. Uayard, ot'JJclaware,Buckalew,
of Pennsylvania, Chandler, of Miehi-
PnmiPss of fialifornia. Dixon of
Connecticut. Doolitlle of Wisconsin,
Edmunds of Vermont (re-elected), Fro-
linghuyscn of New Jersey, Henderson of
Missouri, Hendricks of Indiana, mor
gan of New York, Morrill ol Maine,
Patterson of Tennessee, liamsay of
MliuioEotn. Sm-nauc of Rhode Island
re-elected j, Steward of Nevada, Sum
uer of Massachusetts, Tipton of Nebras
ka, Van Winkle of AVest Viiiglnia,
Welch of Florida, Why to of Maryland,
and Wade of Ohio.
A ire Jlcnl Booh:
We have received tills book from J. N
Bagg, Esq., of West Springfield, Mass.,
Editor of the second volume under the
supervision of a committee of the "As
sociation of Breeders of Neat Stock."
There are recorded in it, authentic pedi-
crees of nearly 1300 animals of this breed
which Is every day growing into favor
everywhere. Evory breeder should see
to it at once that all his animals are ro
fTtql,mv.(l while, their l e lisrrces may bo
traced and authenticate.!. We know
there arc breeders who profess to believe
there is no value attached to a pedigree
and unless they have occasion to buy
animals thoyare loud h. their denuneia
tion of the waole scheme, but the Mirest
way to test their sincerity, is to try to
Hell thorn an unregistered animal. We
know a Inrd of Shorthorns that wcud be
worth $2000 more to-day if their pedi
grass could bo traced.
Cost o p In n I ax W a n 3. A com pi 1 a t i o n
from official records shows the costs of
the various wars with fie IndLns for
the past forty years to have bjen sonic
12,500, lives and over six hundred millions
of dollars, a3 follows : Black Hawk war.
430 livesand S'j.OOP.OOO. The Scminable
war, 1500 lives and $100,000,000, only
1300 of the Indians being warriors.
war witli the Creeks and Chcrokecs
nboutthesamo time cost $1,000,00:); the
Sioux war of 1SG2, S00 lives and $40,000,
003; the war of 1SG1, 1000 H.-es an.l $3),
((00,000; the Cheyenne war of 1837, 330
lives and about $12,000,000; the Indian
troubles on the Pacific slope for the last
twenty years, about $300,000,000; three
campaigns against the Navajocs $30,000,
000. The whole trouble in Now Mexi
co, of which the last item forms a part
Gen. Gra i's Annual lljiort.
Tho following is the report in full o
the General of the army for the present
HEAD-QUARTJ5U9 OF TI113 AllMITOS
OF THE U. S.
Washington, D. C, Nov, 24, 1808.
Gin. J.M.Schoficld, Seo. of War:
I have tho lion )r lo submit the reports
of the Division, District and Department
uominauuera tor tne past year, tji
reports give a full account ol the opera
iiona and services of the army for the
year, anu i rcter to thorn iorui tails, j
would earnestly rcnow my recommend
atlon of last year, that tho control of the
Indians bo transferred to the
War Departnunt. I call special attan
tion to tho recommendation ol U
Sherman on this subject. It lias my
earnest approval. ItisuimcosBiU'y that
the argument in favor of tho trans.oi
should be rc-stated ; tho necessity lor it
Lccomes stroiiKer and more evident ov
cry day while the Indian war continues,
I do not deem any general legislation
for tho reduction of tho araiy advisable
The troops on two plalnj are all needed
Troops are still nejilcd in the Southern
Stated. A furthor reduction can be
m.ido in tho way already u soil ajul now
in operation where it is safe namely,
by allowing companies to diminish by
d.scuarges without being strengthened
by recruits, and by stopping appoint
ment of 2d Lleut.MianlK. If it should
be deemed advisab e the veteran resorvo
regimjuN m ght bo discontinued by
absorption and rotiremoutofotllcersand
discharge of men, without detriment to
Your ob't. servant,
U. S. GRANT, Genera,
Corrpfidiulor.ee of llto ivaiifpiipt.
Safe of A ! 1 shim Cult I p.
Ht'litNririri,r. Mas?., Dec. H.
Thofale of Ayrshire cattle by miction
advert it ed to come oil' this day on
Hnmp. en Par', was largely attended
by Aj rehire faneieis fiom eight or more
States of tho Union.
The weather, though very cold, was
not objectionable, and everything wont
oil willi much eclat. Tho first cow f-old
was not better than a majority of the
Ayishifes owned in our county.qulckly
nil' up to $210, and sold lo a gentleman
fiom Noith Biidgewater The next
w was sold lo Unfits Nutting, of Ran
dolph, Vt., and is thus denciibed in ihc
italogue and Ayrshire held book : Jen-
0 , dark red and white; calved
Oot.2o. 18G0; 1 red by N. II. nrrcn,
oncord, Mass. Sire, Ayrshire bull,
bred by Wm. S. Lincoln, orcestor,
Mass.; 2d Sire, McGregor, imported by
the Tmstces of the Massachusetts So
ciety for tho promotion of agricultuie.
Dam, Young Jenny Denim, by Prince
Albeit, imported by the Massachusetts
Society for the pi on-ot ion ol agricul
ture; 2d dam, Jjiiiiy Deans, imporicti
the trustees of the Massachusetts
Society for the i romotion ot agiicuRuro,
ISoO. The price paid was fcHIO.
Mr. A.S.Livingston, agent forMes.-rs.
E. & T. Faiibanks & Co., of St. .JolniR
burv, bought Minna. 021, red and white,
alved April 10, 18154; bicd by E. a.
Fills, Amlietst, Mass. Sue, Middlesex,
48. Dam, Jenny id, 4,5. Price, i?loj.
Abo, Jenny Lind 1st, 4S7, spotted red
.mil white ; calved Dec. 1st, ISOo. biro.
Souter JlniMic ; dam, Jenny imm, iuu.
Mr. Livingston bought, previous to
this sale, of Mr.Wm. Biinic, a two year
old bull, the particulars! of which pui-
cliase we did not learn.
Mr. Marshall Biowi), of Middletown,
Ibis Stale. Liumlit the bull Zjro, 401
led and white; calved Dee. lb, 180o,
Sire Robert Burns 2d, 317; dam, Duch
ess 2d, 5S. price paid, $130.
These animals were among tho best in
the herd, and Uthough not belter than
others owned in the fetato will Jli due
time add materially to the value of the
dairy stock in ti c several localities, for
which they are designed, and we con
gratulate the puichusers on their hav
ing taken a stupjn the liyht direction.
Tlie ot'ier animals to.d weie: eowa,
for $120, 510.). S'JO (!) yjara oui), yiou,
$147.50, $10o, $137.5j, $1-5, SU2.5.I,
$112.50, and $157. i wo year old neileis
$105, $103, and $1 57.50. Yeaihng hen-
erf, 70, 90, $87, a. id $7o. lleiter
::alvoj, $43, $53, '$J5, $51, $02, $'3.
Yearling bull, $ti2. Bull calf, $10.
O. S. B.
The J'rizn Cow.
She's long in lior faoo alio'a flno in lior horn
Slto'll .micUiv nut fat without c.iliu or corn;
Shu's cltMii in In r j.nv, and full in her .hinu,
SltfV heavy in Dililt and wlilu in ln;r loin.
She'd hr.)ad in hm- rib, and Ion;; in her l ump,
A straight and Hit hack with nover a hump;
s1h;'h wiilu in hurhin.s. andealin in her uyes,
ShuV liuu in her bhouldeiti and thin in her
SIih'h liflit inlipr neck, and small ill hor tail
Sho'a wiilu in her hi east, and kom at the pail;
si!,,.',. fim in lii,v liniin. mill Npkv of skill.
Shu's a irraziur'u without, and a butehji-'u
There h a lame elass of persons in this
country called middlo men, who opor
ate in all communities, and who are of
no benefit whatever. They are non pro
ducors, deriving their sustenance from
tho la'oors ot others, luco a parasitic
plant. They buy from tao pro
ducer and seil to the consumer, thus
injuring both parties the our paying too
high Jor his liecessiues the other ueing
obligeU to Wl' pis proiiucis unuer price
These drones i thp social hive arc
numerous, and arc particularly inimical
to tho farmers interest, From various
causej we are in a condition to bo more
easily preyed upon by those cormorants
than any profession. If the producers
and consumers could be brought moio
directly together, s6 afrtosavo the largo
prollts of th? middle men, it would bo
greatly for theinteiest of both, and there
wouiu uicis reason lor ucwaiiing mo
sinall proiltB of the one, and the high
p ices ofproducts by the other.
Tuoso hiiddlo len comprho several
minor classes, some statignary and oth
ers itinerant. These latter tiro fount?
peranibulating the i reducing regions
wherevjr their keo'i vidoin scjnt tlie
possibility of a "trade." One of tlie
gentry, whoso speciality is .attic buy
ing, called upon mo yesterday, while
I was in tlie Held, plowing.
'Good morning, sir.'
'Heard ye had soino cattle ttj sell,"
'I have a yoke of beeves. Aro you
'Wall, a leetie; kinder off an' on like.
Where's your oxen, Ciiptin ?'
'Ovor, yondor in cho pasture; you can
go down i ml look at them ; I am vory
busy to-day. Drive on, John,'
He goes on tno pasture, aim returns
in i bout fifteen minutes. I ask him
What do yoa think of them V tat ain't
'Ml dlin,' C'aj tin; only middlin.'
'How much do you ma.io tlio'.r
"Bout seven foot, rawny boned, too,'
'Why, 1 mako them gtrtu aevj&n feet
'Kinder ilabby ; tho'll dress away a
''lhey ouglft t9 ho protty solid. I
fed them corn meal all last winter and
Wnat's your price, Captin ? '
Two liaudrod dollars,'
' Can't go thai, no how.'
' c.y well. Sun t up the team, John.'
Bu e.' Ioj ?s radio. disappointed, bat
follows me round till we reach the next
lio-idland. when he breaks o it
' ny. C.ipt.n ain't that r.itbcr steep?
lko.'ua goin' down. My bio her come
from Brighten t'other day, and says you
can't hardly e4vo .t away there.'
' When did he leave Brighten?'
' Him dm' lnuh u'nolf
'Well, l'vo ye terday's cattle mnrl; t
report, and beef is tending upwar 1. I
What m.iKos yen so anxious to nuy n l j
la 1'illilin ? )
Fact is, Ciptln, I llkoiha lo.ln of
them oxen. I'll split tho diilorence be
twixt that and a hundred and seventy
1 My price is two hundred.'
' Le's go down and Icok at 'cm agin.'
Can't spend the time.1
' A feller coald'nt make his salt to pay
two hundred for 'cm.
' Yi u're not obliged to take them.'
'That oil' one ain't In near to good
order ih the nigh one. Think lie ia?
1 1 low did vou know wiiich was tho
' Say. I'll go a live better.'
' You have heard my price.'
We havo readied tho end of the bout.
Buyer mai;es a mo. ion as if to leave. 1
made no remark, butsetthe plow in on
the next furrow, heii lie suddenly
' Hero'e your m Diicy. D.iugit! I'll
take the oxen.'
' All right; John drive tham "blow"
i few minutes.'
'llaintgotan old yoke, or halter or
somethin' that you'll throw in, to fasten
'em with, have ye? '
' Give nim a haltir, John.'
' Good day, Captin. Looks as it we
might havo a spell o' weather soon.'
As lie gocj down tho road, ho moots
Smith, t j whom he says, ' The Captin
is a " hard cud" 10 tra lo with ; could
not beat him down a out.'
Lawn vf Vermont, A. 1. lAt.S.
Fublic Acts, designated by the Secre
tary of Slate for publication in thencivs
pajcrs. An Act fixing compensation for publi
cation of the Jaws upy.'spaperi.
Ilia Ittrcby enacted, kc.
Skc. 1. Publishers of uewspapors in
lliis State, who jnall insert and publish
in their respeo Ave papers, or in supple
ment thereto, all tlie Acts designated by
tlie Scccetary of State, as providctl in
.-cc. 14 of chapter live of the General
Statutes, shall be allowed $23 for such
Skc. . See. 10 of chapter live of tlie
General Statutes, and '-AnActtoamend
sec. lo ol chapter live oi the uenerai
Statutes," appioved jS'av. 22, lkGl, are
Hi:c. .(. l ins act snail taue eiicct
firom its pasa.igp,
Appioveu, iovcmuerLO, isua.
An Act in amendment of section eight
ot an act approved aov. 21, 18 j4, rela
tini: to the duties of the Adjutant i.nd
ft its hereby enacted, l;c.
Sko. 1. The certitieate of tho Adjutant
and fnspeetor General, or his assistant,
as to mutters of fact deduced from tlie
files and records in his oillee, shall be
received as urima facie evidence in all
courts in tins Stato.
Six. 2 , This act shall take effect
fiom its passage.
Approved, November 21, 1S0S.
An Act toamendsec. 1 of nn act "To oi.
courage the breeding of fish, "approved
Nov. 21, 1807.
It is hcicby enacted, Ac.
Sec. 1. Sec. 1 of an act "To encourage
the breeding ol hsh," approved Nov. 21
1807, is hereby amended by stilkingout
the word "provuieil " lu the i;th line
thereof, and all that part of said section
Sr.c. 2. This act shall take oflcct from
Approved, Nov. 15, 1803.
An Actio amend section two of chapter
103 of the General Statutes, relating to
bounties of noxious animals,
It is hereby enacted, d-o.
Si:c. 1. That section two of chapter
103 of tho General Statutes is hereby
amended so as to read as follows ;
If any person shall tako and kill with
in this State any of tho following nox
ious animals, he shall bo entitle 1 to re
ceive out of th2 State Treasury tlie
following bou.itics, to wit: For evory
bear $20; for every wolf or panther,
$15; for every lynx, $10; all of which
bounties shall bo subject to the provis
ions of this chai tiv.
Sue. 2. All Acts and parts of Acts
inconsistent with this Act aro hereby
Knc. 3 This act shall tauc onoet irom
Approvo.l, November 10, 18GS,
An Act to protect mink in the State of
It . hu'tby enacted, A-c.
Skc. 1. If any person shall, behyeen
the loth day of March and the loth day
of Oc ober in any year, kill or destroy,
within tho limits of tho State of Ver
mont, any mink, and bo thereof con
victed, thp penpn &o offending shall
for.oit in 1 p i fo. o 10 l offuncp cq.amJU
ted the turn ol $10, tno half lor tho use
of tho person prosecuting, thoother hall
lo the treasurer of the toyu where the
ofl jiico is committed.
Six. 2. This act shall take effect from
Approved, November 20, 18G8.
An Act to discontinue tho allowance of
interest, on funds In tho treasury of
It is hereby enacted, &.c.
S :c. 1. On all moneys in tho tmnury
of this State, rococo l tinJjr tho ,rovi&
ions of an aoc entitled ''An Act for the
aid of tho Vormoril voluuteors, i i traus
ui tti ig portions of thpir pay lu Hipir
families apd assignees," apinoved Nov.
0, 18U1, no interest shall bo allowed
after the lirst day of January, A. D.
, , c, mi. m .. .. .. ? 1.1. r.ii. l
oi-x. mo ireaauier oi iuu oiaio ib
. , . . . m , .
heruby authonz.d aid directed to puL-
UU at theoxpep?9 gf the btfite( t)reo
I wec'.cs succ'tslvely In each of the week
ly nowspa. ers printed In the State, a
c c liar in Wii.en ho shall state thesul -s
anco of t lis ret, that t icro are many
u ite t ed allotment accounts, and ba
1 "ccb l ow d ic soldieis or thc.r ropiv
a u .itivis and shall state ilie provisions
o t.io law re'gulating tin payment of
' of such balances and tho chutes of re
presentatives entitled to the san e, if tho
Isjldler is not livlntr and shall call o.i
all clalnii nta to draw Uu amount due,
as soon as may be. He shall also pro-
cure me j nnting oi a buiuc.ent liuintier
bor of such circulars, in the form of a
poster, to supply c.ieii post oflljo and
town ele.k'a olllce in tho State With at i
lea-tone, and shall cause the s line to bo
posted lu such cilices.
Si.c. 3. Th j Suite Treasurer shall pre
scribe mid tulopt bug rulaj, regulations
and lornisfoi t ic settlement of such ae
acounts, and drawing tho balances hie
as ho shall ecc lit.
Si:c. 2. Tills act shall take ell'oct
from its passage
Approved, October 30, 13GS.
"It Works like a Charm."
nciifi's rain-Klllinu Made Oil cures Ilend-
llenue's l'ain-Kilhni; Macio Oil cures Tooth
Ileum; ram-Kilhii-; Static Oil cures Neural-
8'?; . .. . .
nenne s rain-iuiiing .uagie on euros cnolcra
ltcuuo's raili-Killintr Jlnirie Oil euros llheu-
ltonno'B Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Lame
Kruno's rain-Killing Mnclc Oil cures Skin
Somu folks Kcem to ho nroud of tollinu' how
"lainu their shoulders aro" of my crick in the
hack" or, "I have Kt the Sciatica" and de
light in hrafifjiiiK that "nothing can euro me !'
hut when wo L'et such "awful folks" to uho
Iteene's Pain-Killinc Manic Oil. falthiullv. we
not only euro their lamuness and chariu'away
their pains, hut w.e actually tako all that kind (it
"brag out of tliemP, and they frankly own up
andsny, "It works like a charm 1"
oiu uy uu uriiu'insts, .uerciiants anil urocets.
Solo proprietor and man'ificturer. t'ittslield.
Main. fviil-eniv-l v
IRON in. tlies BLOOD.
Thp necessity of a due proportion of iron in tho
blood is voll known to all medical men; when it
becomes reduced fiom any eauso whatever, Ihe
wl.olo sjstem suft'ers, the v.oukest part being
lirst attacked, and a feehnr; of languor, lassitude
:ind "all goncnesH" pervades tho system.
Stimulants only afford temporary relief, and
have the same effect as giving a tiled h.nao the
whip inatoad of oats. Tho truo lemedy is to
supply tho biood with tho i.ecessary quantity of
iron. This can bo d.no by using tho
PEIHIVIAN SI It UP,
a protected solution of lljo jirqto;;iia of Iron
which U ho prop irod tint it asshnilites at once
with tho blood, giving s'.rongth, vigor and now
life tn tho whole system,
To take medicine to euro diseases occasioned
by a dcticioi cy of 1KO.N i.N TUB HI.OU1), with
out restoring it to tno system, h like trjing to
lepair a uuiiumg wni'ii tno loipiutuiiiii la yono
v itv'i i j -j tvn ; 'U li ivobeuu u-ing tho I'B-
ItuviAN Slltlll' lor umie tiiuo pabt ; it gives
no new vigor, buoyancy of spirits, el.iaticity of
i'.iinph'ets containing certillcates of cures, and
recommendations Irom some oronrmostemiuent
,)!iysicia is, c ergyiuuu and otherd, wi.l bo sent
(ice to any auurcss.
The gcuuino has "Peruvian Svuup" blown
in the gUss.
J. P. DINSMOPiC, Proprietor,
No. 30 DeySt., New Yerlc
Sold by t.U Pruggists. 2t-Vlw
l'or uii the 1'iQie.iu forms of Disease orlgiua
such as Salt Ithcum. Cancer, Consuninfiou. .ve,
ihcro is nothing can equal the purifjing effects
oi louino wnen ailinuusteveu pi a pure mate.
Dr. II, Anders' Iodine Water
is a pure solution of Indinn dissolved in water
without a solvent, and is the best remedv lot
.Scrofula and kindred diseases over discovered
j. p. PiNSMonn,
80 Do;-Street, New York.
Sold by druggists ueneraily.
TV1. FKED'K .MOIIKILL. riivslcinn and flur
U goon, gives exclusive attention to Diseases
ol women, lie lias mado uncases ot woman hi:
study lor the past twenty voars. His practice
lias been vo.-y extensive both in Ilo.-pitat and in
private practice, ins reputation liuu vnuuliori
in all the city minora. liiunatioutN. and thoinedi
eal profession, both here and abroad, as being
tho most skillful sprelaliht h. ro, and a thorough
master of all sexual diseases.
Dr. Morrill i) admitted by tho best medical
talent of the country to havo no equal in tho
treatment oi i' email, uoinpiamts. and it is no nn
usual occurrence for Dhysieiaus in reunlar nrac
tico to re;'oiuinend patients to him for treatment
wnon auucieii wiui diseases in ins speeialitv,
Ladies will receive tho uu.ut dolontlllo niton
tion, both medically and surgionlly, with private
niai luiujiin liniin bicivi'uss, aim wild oui mill
experienced inirsos, if they wish,
The poor advised freo of ehargo. Physieians
or patients wishing his opinion or advico, by let
ter, and enclosing tho usual feo, will bo answered
uy return man.
Medicines sent to all parts of tho country.
Ollleo, No. 18 llOW'AKD STKBBT,
2U-ll' Uoston Mass
OKliAl" NEW KNOLAND KUMKDV.
J. W, POLAND S W1I1T1- PINK COM
POUND. Cures Soro Throat Colds, Coughs,
Djptherla, nronchitis, Spitting of Klood,
and Puliqonary olfectwi's goiiorally.
It is a lomarkahlo remedy for Kid-'
ney Coinplainls. Diabetes, Dilli
eultvor Voiding Urine,
llleedilig troin the
flravel npd, qtliQr (bmplaiiiti.
KosTos. Jan. 20. I8fiS.
Poi.anp'h iiitc Pixn iJojii'ound. Alter hav
ing given it a thorough trial wo can eoutlden
tiullv recnniinoud Poluud's Whito Pino Com
pound us ii vory va'uab o article for tho euro of
coins, cougus, ami pulmonic coinp'aints gen
eral)'. In several eases wo havo Known it to
give prompt relief when all other remedios
had beou tried and fallod. It is an article,
which hi a climate so promotive ot sudden and
severe eolds as is that of New Kiigland, ought
to bo In every famhy ; and wo aro sure that
tbocu who ones obtain it and give it a fair trial,
will not tueiealter be willing to be without it.
A Valuauli: Mr.nicixi:. Dr. Poland's White
fine Compound, adveitised liiour co un ni, is a
successful attempt to combine and apply the
men euiai virtues oi iuu into t ino tiarii. It.
lias been tliornughl.t tutcd by pciqilo la this
city und viclnlly, and tho proprietor hus testi
monials to its value from persons well known to
our citizens. We recommend Kb trial in all
thoso ctbcs of disoaso to which it is adapted It '
is for sale by ail our Druggists. A', V. JniVt.
Tlie vwiitc l ino lompoiiuu is now bold in
, rn... it.,!,,i .i ,
u vij luiii umiiu i iinvuwinaatiiiu ioiuniii iuu
i,li;,;Hi' prepured at tho New Uuglauii iiotBnio
Detot, Bostou, Mass.
T' r.M.u.ns. nwivo to tiik rF.oui.uit
ntvl inux rt.ant irlntiiitiq wlilcli tlicv sun.
tul'i. Ilicii- peculiar firir.iiiiznlinn, nml llm naleea
tlioy tifri'iini). nro ut)Ji'ot to lniny HUlliTinpH
rrccildin fi(im llifho contrlliutn tn 'uu "innll ilc- 1
urou t)tlioii'hnp)iiii'Mnuilvi'lf,irc, for none cr.n
In- linpiiy wlio nvo ill Not only ho. but lio ono
of tlieso vnriout fom to ooiut1:itnti can long hi
Ktifl'i-ioil to run nn witliout involving tho goncral
licaltli of tin- inilivitlunl. and rro Ichijj tirmUlring 1
pi'rmnnont Kie1(in.'H! and prcniivlitro lMiiiin. Nor i
Ih It pionnant to cotmnlt n plirxtctan for t lion
lit fof hfM; vniinuH do K'nto nircctiniiR, slid onlv
upon llio most nrKi-nt neucssity will a tiuo
wnniin ho far aci illco licr qrcutcMt cliurm nx to
do thin. The nx w.ll then tlianls ui for nlaoini:
.' l'-ir Inindn M.nplo iacllk'H wi.iH. will l,t.
found i tlleneious lu re ieving and curing nlinost
eve y one of thoni) troublesome complaints pi ell
liar to the sex
IIi:i,M1)ii.1)'h HxTltACT OK lU'CIIlT Ilundrrds
ufler on in h lence, and hundreds of other ap
)'y vainly to druuuists and doctors, who oili er
meiely tantalize them with the hope of a euro or
uiipiv lemeoies wnien uuii,e inem worse, i would
not wish to assert anything that wo lid do i jus
tice to the allllcted, but I am obliged to say that
although it may bo produced from excessive ex
haustion of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air an'd food, profu-o
menstruation, the use of tea and coffee, and fre
quent chi dbirth. it is far oftencr cansed bv di.
n.ct irritation, applied to the mucous membrane
of the vagina itself. I
When rcviowing tho causes of tlieso distres
sing complaints, it is most painful to contem
plate tho attendant evils consequent upon them.
It is but himnlp Justice to the subject to cuuiu
eriito a few of tho many additional causes which
so largely affect tho life, health, and happiness
of woman in all classes of soeietv, and which,
consequently, affect nioro or less direo lv, the
weiiare or tlie enure liuinan laniiiy. Tho nuiniii
trat exists for precocious education and nrir-
nago, causi-s tho years that nature designed for
corporeal development to bo wanted and i,r-
tuiiuii ii. iuu rcHuaiiiiH oi iiress, mo eanv con
ilncment of school, mid especially in tile un
healthy excitement of tho ball-robin. Thus,
with tho body half-e'othed. and tho mind niulnlv
excited b ilensnre, perverting in midnight
revel tho hours designed by nature for sleep and
rest, the work of destruction is half accom
plished. in conscqucnco ol tun early strain upon her
system, utinecessaiy effoit is required bv tho
dencato votuiy to letain Her situation in school
at a later dav. t ills acLTavathiL' the evil. Wlmn
nuo excitement is over, another in prospective
Keeps the lmiiil morbidly sensitivo to impression,
whilo tho now constant restraint of fashionable
dress, absolutely forbidding tho exorcise indis
pensable to tne attainment and retention or or
ganic health and htronath tho exposure to
night air j the sudden change of temperaturo ;
tho complete prostration produced bv oxcessixo
dancing, must, of necessity, produce" their legi
timate effect. At last, an early marrinco cans
tho climax of misery, ami tho ui fortunate one,
hitherto so utterly regardless of the plain dic
tates and leinoiistrances of her delicate nature,
becomes an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a tiuthful nicturo of tho ex-
peiience of thousands of our young women.
Loiik hefoie the ability to exercise thu i'lmn.
tions of tho generativ. organs, thov require an
education ol their neculiar nervous system, com-
posed of whut 1 called tho tissue," which is. in
common with tho tcinsllo breast and hps, evid
ently under the contiol of mental enotious and
associations at an early period ol life; and. as
we shall subseiiuently see, these emotions, when
excessive lead, long before puberity. to liabils
winch Eaptlio very lite ol their victims era na
ture hs self-coiuiilcted their development.
For Feniu o Weakness and Debility, Whites, or
I.eucorihnia. Tou Profuse Menstruation. Kx-
h.ii3(im. Too Long Continued Periods, for Pro
lapsus and Hearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri,
wo ITcr tho most perfect specific known : IIulm
hold's Comi'ound KxriiAOT op Kticiiu. Dioo
tions for uso. diet, and advice, accompany.
1'eni ties in every period of 1 fe, from infancy
to extreme old auu. will ilnd it a remedv to aiil
natuio in tho discharge of its fnugtious. .Strength
is tho glory of manhood and womanhood.
UuH'-dMi's UXTiiAor Duciiu is more strength
clung than any ol thu preparations ot Hark or
Irou.i ilhiitvlr saf r. and more pleasant. Itei.M-
lioi.p'a Kxthact liuoiiu, haing received tho in
do1 seincnt of the most prominent physicians in
tho United itatos, is now offered to aftlicted hu
manity as a eeitail: cure for tho followuiL' disea-
sei.umd Hyniptonij, from whatever cause origin-
atinu' : ueueral ueiunty, aleutal and 1'hvsical
Depression, Imbecility, Determination of Dlood
to the Head. Confused Idea-, llyqteriu, Ooneral
Irritability, llest cssneK and .Sleeplessness at
Night, Abi-ence of Muscular Blllcieuey, Loss ol'
Appetite Dyapepsia, Bniaciation, Low Spintc.
DiHnganlzation or Paralysis of the Organs ot
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart, and, m
fact, nil the concomitants of a Nervous and Do
biliated stale of the system. To insure the
genuine, cut this out. Aak for IIki.miioi.i.'s.
Take no other, l-old by Druggists and Denlcis
everywhere. Price ifl.'ll por bottiC or six bot
tles f. r id 0U, Dclivcicd to any address. Des
cribe symptoms in all communications. Address
U. T. HBLmKOLD, Drug and Chemical Waro
houso, C'Jt llroadway, N.Y.
None aro genuine unless dono up in stocl
engraved vr 'Pper, with fae-smilo ol my Chemi
cal Warehouse, and signed
It. T. IIELMKOLD.
Tiventy-jlvc learn Practice
In tho Treatment of Diseases incident to l'e
tuajca. linu placed Dr. Dow at the head of all the
physicians mailing such praetico a specialty, and
onables him to guarantee a speedy and perman
ent euro in tho worst cases of Suppression and
all other Meiittrual Derangements, from what
t'cer cause. All letters tor advioo must contain
$1. Olllce, No. U Kndieott Street, Kostou.
N. 13. IViard furnished to thosu desiring to ro
uniin under treatment.
lioston. .lulv. 18(18. 220 lvriUw
Life and Oasuality Insurance
NO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE,
JERSEY CITY, N. .T.
New York OfRoe, 96 Broadway.
This Company oJTera all tho advantages of
il Til-.. '...... ! HI !.!..
wtnur iou iuiiijiaiiuis, wuu iiiauji ciuiiciji nt'
1. Tho Lfjwr.HT IIiths or Puemium of any
Mutual Company in America, and fully eciial to
:iu nor cent.
DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE.
2. Policy-holders can rcccivo Compensation
hi ease of Disablum Accident, at rates of Prcm
mm no IIkiIieii than is usually charged for Life
3. PoIiMcs NoN'-PonFEiTisei after Two Pay
1. Annual Dividend undo Nnn-l'orfoitablo,
fi. Loans on nil Policies.
(1. Liberal Permission to Travel.
7. A DnrasiTK Cash SuniiF.Nniai Value guar
antee in all Policies.
LDMUND O. FISHEH, President.
JOHN . CIIUIICII. Jr., Secretary.
UV. DUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont.
MAIN STIiEKT, ST. ALBANS, VT.
Comer of Main and Hank Streets,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
TT V -TV?T I'ECEIVED A r.AUOB ADDITION
ih J."hi1 St;,l;; r AMBK1CAN and SWISS
Al Hr.S. Call cany and too tho new Kh.'in
atehes. Iho pretty .swsss watches In gold cases,
Ladies' siy.es, at greatly reduced prices.
HAS Just received a cevumVio assortment. of
new and beautiful SXIiVJBR WAllE.
BP'if mmF1.'81" n"1 ow "aies
lor PL.VTKD SPimNH. FOltK.S, Ac, but
call and purchase tho TKUIDand APPKOVKD.
the OUNUINU no. (inns- tiimus. Alwav.
a full assortment, of Kxtra and Trippln Plate in
hand. Your name neatly engraved without i .
VII A H LICS JVVMAS.
i N oimUcss variety of Fino fluid, Dtrusca.,.
IX. Human Jet, and Plated .Sets, Kings, Pine,
billions, Ciiarms. e., Ac. Gold, Si.ver. Plated
andnteel ChiiiH, both Lulios' and Oe.uts'.
CIIA Ii LES W YMA N.
From $2.00 to $25,000 cnolu
CU All LES WYMAN.
Tho best place to buy
AI.AKGU addition or tho indestructible In
dia Kubber Handle Knives, at grcutlv re
WOSTENIIOLM'S. .T. Crookcs, and Ameri
can Kuhes and Scissors. A large iu
soitment just oponed.
Spe ctac I es.
G1 OLD, Silver, Plated and Steel. Ileal Pebblu
r and Pebble Glass from 2.1 cents to$lU.OO.
rnilK beat gold Pens and cases made iu this
X country. Evory pen warranted.
COMBS, COMBS, COMBS
Cloth, Hair, Tooth and Nail.
Brittannia Tea Pots.
CUIT glass Ooblets, Horry Dishes, Tumbler
and Castor Dottles,
A Git EAT VARIETY OF
"tONSTANTLY AP.ItlVINO. All of the above
V J articles will bo soal vory Cheap for Cash.
St. Albans, Nov. 23. 18GB.
Autumn and Winter.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
I HAVE now opened a new stock of thu above
named goods, to which I respectfully invito
tlio notice of the Lad'cs of St. Albana and vi
cinity. Ileal Black Thread and Malta Laces.
Ileal Valenciennes and Cliiny Laces.
Merino Undervestsand Drawers, Extra Qual
ity. Merino Hosiery.
Oloves, Mittens, Scaifs, fee.
Dress, Sacks, ,t Cloak Fringes- mid Oimps.
Small Wares, fee, Ac.
Slaking a Speciality of this lino or Goods, I
shall iiideavor to keep on hand a good, liberal
assortment, and shall not bo undersold by any
ono. L. P. KIMPTON.
Storo nest to L. L, Dutcher & Sons. dwl32tf
NOW HEADY AT