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ft. . 4 Oil It, F.ditor. BR4DF0RD, FRIDAY JAN-29, 1869 that tic .State do not tumid the per tend to increase the proportion of ' in and nhfs :nul privilege of the the unmarried, to increase the ratio vl divorces, to lessen tue iuieiity 01 hushand and wife to eacU other, Coninjiinic1rd Woman Suffrage- The question of woman's naht to vote i rittiactin more than usual attention just, now in Vermont, with reference doubtless to the forthcom ing wr-woii of the Council of Cen bors, which may le expected to con sider the question, and perhaps pro jjoeboiin; ch.inpe in the constitu tioii iu favor of it. We are not of that class ho fear dump. We lie heve the perfection of social lite and civihzatiou lias not j ot 1 wen reached. Hut we are just ho much conserva tive that we think it prudent to ex amine all pior.oscd chaucson every possible side before cbanp s .shall m?- adopted that may possibly work lmscbW AVe have some thoughts on this subject of woman's voting which we think are entitled to care full consideration. Vc doubt the arpiment for fe male sutlrap' founded upon the assumption of natural or abstract right. This arpiment assumes that each person is the unit on which the rights and authority of the gov crnmcTit ; is founded thai each person 1 man as a man separate Irom ins it lation f the woman ; ami that it do not lepud the person and rights and pi i ilep-s of the woman as a woman ;.eparate from her relation to. the man. The existence of the State and it.s continued life demand that the individual man and the in dividual woman be united in the re production and continuance, of the race, by which alone the State can live. Then the welfare and pros pol ity of the State, reipiires thai Hie hihl'.en which are to compose its (nture citizens shall be nurtured, supported and educated. None cm do this with the interest, devotion and faithfulness that the parents hue. The child is not an indepen dent citizen of the State a, its but a helpless tiling to be provided for viihtoii, weary, laborious, and expensive care. Is u possniie tiiai the State as such can talie these1 embrv o citizens into it.s care, with out relying for the. nurture of each one upon its natural parents and piardiuns! Surely not. Aiidtlience it follows that the State can pn no farther down than the parents, or to the households, iu its care for its ow n perpetuation. The State must take care of the households, and t he households must take care of the increase and nurture of thosi The Great Eastern lias commenc ed to take on board the submariue cable f the Fauco American At lantic Telegraph Company. It is ex, petted she will sail in Juno next to and the sacred bond of love that lay the cable from Brest to the constitutes the blessedness of our . American coast homes, ami the foundation of the State! Dr. lleury Dainard, Commission er of Education, recently took pos session of his rooms prepared for him at Washington, lie is now en pip'd iu finishing his report on the state of education, in the District of Columbia. This together with his survey of the public Schools, iu the several States, lncludmir a histori The Boston Pout says the Spring field Ibepnblkan is so non partisan that it would hardly be recognized n a Democratic paper outside of Massachusetts. fKNMHi,K. The talk about the in anpiration ball at Washington, has probably ended, Crcneril Grant hav ing written a letter requesting that the affair be dispensed with. When the tenor of the General's letter be came known, there seemed to be a pretty general concurrence ot opin- calskcUh of the development of' i"on the Senators that his n;v is mil iiiir urn, mi'i i n able that nothing more will be heard is ecparate and independent of 1 11 j w,m .1U. t() . ..j,.,,, otlu is oral least that one is as rati and independent as another; that A has no more natural right to gov ern IS than U has to govern A. If this be so then each human being must be heh1, to hav e this natural autl inalienable right, unless it be abridged for one cause, that is crime. For it must be that crime is capable of destroying personal righls,e.sjecially selfasserted rights. Any person who would assert and use his rights for the destruction of the rights of others must be rest rain ed. l'.ut if such a person is re strained the restraint must be au thorized and enforced by the judg ment and the power of others. So here, at the outset the law of natu ral and abstract right is denied ; for the injuring party may assert his natural right against all icstraintsof the law, and ollicers of the law. Again, the theory of abstract right would invest not only the. woman, but also the child and the person of weak or idiotic mind vi if h theeiju.il andinalieiml e.igh 8 whom veiMich person should desire or attempt to .assert them. Wo have all gra tes of personal dev elopment from the new born infant to the ablest states man, and from the beastly hbt to the strongest intellect and sou' t, st judgment. Now it must be icinein- bered that no natural law, no ab stract wisdom has determined the dint.at which the child passes into a man, nor that which distinguishes between iiiiocy ami competency, in sanity and sanity. For every prac tical purpose this point must be de termined by one portion ot the hu man race lor i he other, by some In'isonu pushing judgment upon otlnr person, umlwtuallv restrain ing them in respect of rights ami privileges which they (licmselvcs exercise. Thus Ihe theory of natii ral, abstract, inalienable rights, falls. They cannot be exercised except with limitations, The other basis for an argument for female suffrage is this : That the unit on which the State is founded is the individual. I. d us look nt this. It will be conceded that the llrst duty of the State is to perpetu ate itself. It would be of little val ue to organize and maintain u gov ernment lor the individuals alone ho compose the State nt the time of its beginning. If none were add ed to it by birth it would necessari ly and rapidly decline, ami in a lew years go out ot existence. The first duty of the State is to provide for its own continuance ami growth; to prov ide for births and the renew -ing of the children ; to provide for tl o support, the healthy growth, tho useful habits, tint moral eharue ter, the education Into citizens and Statesmen of those who are to make up itself as years go by. Now on the. theory that the St ile ,U composed of imliv idu. lis, in the .ai.lt on which its foundation inlaid, ndU have a State composed of a intl'kw nf m.'ti ami no woman iu 11; or a VHijie composed of a million 4-f Wou.eu ul no , j,, jj . fit her of thcr i iiinmiiiiilies would till out the wlu.U Wen f u H(a,,. this theory. lint t. certainly ol its waning l.vpuUlivii met r-pee.ly destruction taker, uw.i,, Iiun it en lirely and at once the elements ola fo h.'i.v nolhluj of tU.so other the Stab'. Thus, then, the I 'nit for the State is the Family, composed of Ihe Father, the .Mother and the. Children. Anything in the organic, law of the Stale, in its statutes or customs t mil si lengthens rac, niniv of the family, promotes it.s harmony, its sucrcdncss, its i cace, and incites its members to exer'. thoiip-elveK for its support, honor, intelligence and prosperity, will most redound to it.s ovv u pcrpot uil.y, prosperity ami hon or. Any II. ing the State may do to weaken Ihe unity of the family, separate Ihe interests and honor of it.s members, will inevitably work tow aids its own discord and ruin. The bearing of these principles upon the questions of woman suf frage is easily seen. The family is a community within itsell. ; pin ribim iinum is as npplicalile to it as to tl.e State, or the nation. The history c f the world has proved that a Stale must hav e a single ruling head. "A house divided against itself cannot stand." The 'hrisliuu religion has provided for the unity of the family in the sacred covenant into which the husband and wile must enter when assuming the mar riage relation, and in the mutual and equal love that separates each from all others, and unites them to each oilier until death, by the strongest possible ties. Now when this unity and harmony exist the husband and father will justly and adequately represent the family in the State by voting or otherwise. Whre this unity and harmony do not exist the house is di ided against the systems, and the most recent statistics, will soon be completed. Much interest is felt in this depart ment, evinced by the number of let ters, asking for information, receiv ed bv the Commissioner. The Chief Clerk, of tho Depart incut of Educa tion is 11. F.. I'ockwell, Esq., form erly of .Mass. Acci ii:.nt. A serious accident occurred at the slate quarry, near the Foiled .Mill, in Castleton, a few days ago. Three men were eng. ig ,'d in drilling out an unexploded bias', but. neglecting to keep the hole lilled vsith water, it went off, injur ing all three more or loss. Fat Dovvnie. who was holding the drill was so badlv burned that for a time it was supposed he would lose both eyes, but tin; prospect is more favor able at present. Another of the workmen, Fiehard Jones, had his lace, well peppered with powder a ml small pieces of slate, but fortunate ly his eves escaped without damage. ( '( in i-T.At i u vrii N. Cn Friday night ot last week, the large brick Aeademv building in Williston was wholly consumed bv lire. A small portion of the, books and turuitmc iu the building were saved, 'twice before, recently, has the building been found on lire, but this time too late to save it. It w as unqiiest in ablv the work of an incendiary. The building was valued at ."inno, and is said to be insured in the Ver- it .Mutual forroo. about the matter. VA sharp coi respondent of the. Washington (.'lnvnide states, that nlthoiiirh Senators Fomrov. Wade and Wilson attended the late c man's liights Convention in that city, and favored its object, their wives are all ojqiosctl to the move ment ! Ninth Ar.nv Cukts. For the benetit of the old ollicers of the Ninth Army Corps living in Ver mont, we publish the following cir cular from Geiieial lbiruside. New York City, Jan. 11th, ISfiO. A meeting ol the ollicers of the F.urnsule expedition into North Car olina, and of the Ninth Army Corps, will be held iii the city of New York on the 8th, dav of Fcbruarv, b'sli'.). A Feast for the Rtadiny World The largebt, the cheapest, and best. THE NEW YORK MERCURIC I'OK 1S0UJ The J hiity -lirst volume of this popular weekly will commence with the New Year,' and the proprietors propose to make it the most bril liant, varied and entertaining hud- get of current literature ttiat n? ever been submitted to the Ameri can public in the form of a Family Newspaper. Retter original stories than are to be found in any of the magazines will grace its columns ; and, already in udvanee of all con temporaries of its class iu size and amount of reading matter, it is in tended that it shall eclipse them all in every department of literature included in the programme ot a first-rate Household Journal. Tho leading feature of tho new volume will bo a powerful story by SUSS M. K. llllADDON, author of -Oscar l'.ertrand," "No body's Daughter," "The Outea.- ts.' ''Three Times Dead," etc., etc., ami one of the most popular novelists of the day, entitled, TI1U FACTORY GIRL, or, The RIossom and the R!ight, the scenes of which are infinitely more graphic and striking than those embodied ill any of the sensational street-dramas which now hold pos session of the stage. The ' Factory GiiP will be almost immediately followed by a new sto ry of surpassing interest, from the j pen of J. 11. Smith, Esq., author of .MinniL'rov. "Manlieiu ii ui. ".via 7gt-c tlrntiir.rcl.s. The Great Novelty ! 'ilk: iixtMiitrtu Western World PRINTED IN OIL COLORS I A MUL ur BEAllk AM) CBkAPM'SS ! CONTAINS THE StfKCB KOltiUCt Till: FICilltE EICillT. By the Author of the "Dead Letter." The Cloud of the Heart. By Xhu ever Popular A. S. FOF. AUo, Coinplt-te Storie.i, Oraihc SkHcli 4, Poetry, ic. Kji-ti uiuiihf:r bt-ulea other illuritratioits. contain a Suli ndiil CriIoou, iu Oil Colors, vi-ll wort hv ol lr:itnum ' V H- . .n 3 ; eiqx, pwK i.uoG IMPORTANT! iiti rnin is to agf.vtn LtUUKll TM.t EYUIt ! 100 PER CENT Saveu i,t clublune together kuyin. cUua cloth, dress good,, WOol). iWKl, flurru" hoot.gHdehoei, n.Uery, ilvruta war, castors, faucT goods, . of ". K tSTMAX A HMD! , , CO HanoTer at-, IIohIom. riaJL l.lcen.r.l tliolea lalepib The roods sold !, B, re dwirribei in nrivi fid slips or cuoekt. whiJi are Mat ta ,h, h ore8M ul tho rate ol ten cents eaeh in .i.ri.J ten, tweuty. thirtf ioi ty, .my, ou huudred oi:e liuudted nud Lttv. two buudred Slk 'IIIOIM : H l-p VeurliJ Numi' i. ) i dollar the receirercan buy the artiric d Kor mile hv News deiilem. Ssti'tile ropv triliid iu ll,e ( hec k, ur rxebsuee it fnr s.-nt ln-e. " VKKM'II & IfllF.A I", one or two ur three hundred other artirle, ui eireui.ir. A aeiurauu-e ol tha worth of yrrvartirle sol.l Lv ui, any uvtlelo en our Vti .tuuu dt , N". V. Ol'.o. 11. HKKI) 4; I'O S f ill.NTKIl OCT. IT, KUi. These I ye otVr t to' simplest and uio-.t u.e tul iin iusol 1m iu lloiiM'hold Ap:ir. l pre xeiited to the piili'.ie. They eiulirnei' every Kliucle unit r.iu he used with rertiiinty ol' s:it-i-.l'm-t ion. 1 no n ire at tha.truits lor Ul.i'!U .S I.IITI) ! V 1; S. Uikr othrr l.iml. til.'. II. 1(kki A- .. Miimilii' turem. Ii.nl, in. l .te 'mI' ( lieiiiii ii 1 SiiiuiKi' llliii-Kiii.iiie rt lre-.siut( una liliu k iuj; I'ur l.uiln-.-.' and t'hildri d' Siioe, liul.l.er. lee. (Anniversary of the eapture of ll"-y .Moyne," etc., written fort Ik New annuo lsianu,; lor me iuiroo.se 01 ul; .Moreurv. brmli! a uerni.inent oraniz.itiou It is hoped there will he a full rep lesentatio.i .mi that measures may he atlojiteJ for an eaily rii-unioii of the coips. Ollieers jiroinisir;' to attend will confer a favor by iiutf.vin" the nu(leiigut tl. l'ost oftiee hox Sl!.", New Voi le City, as earl;as jiossilile. A. K. Hl'liNSlDl'.. It is siiacsted liy a western news jiaper luat the women of t he coun try vote upon the snlfrnu'e iie.stion. and that it' th.-y decide it in the af firmative it will lie time enough to ! agitate it. An Irisliman railed at ailnis; store In ...,t -i 1...H1.. 1,1' t, .InloKiill' till. "lVoj.le al-outti marry' who vv:sh I lv.,(. i .1 , l5 ,, , t - r,. ,, i;,(.iima to know Ihe proper ap; n.ay, per- , Lll(. ,,,. is( ;islv(1(, hiU in haps -am some n.st. uetion trom the ; ., ,h(. b((, jf t;,.,u,ll(.,i ,lim oiiowui pieeeiieui.s: vtiain ami ,,,,,1 a p., ,,. ...,,,. 1,., 1. 1 I'.ve niai ried very youn, their aes lirinj; respectively t ve.us; audit is a notevvoi thy fact that they im mediately went to "raising Cain.'' Shakespeare niariied at IS: I'.cn: Johnson at ' I : llenj, l'ranklin at LM (and so did m); D.inte, -Kel per, Fuller, Johnson (not Andrew), liill l.e, Scott, L'(i ; 'J'yelio, Iliahe, llyrou, W'ashiiitonaiid Homijiarle, -1 ; Pen and Sterling, L'S ; I.iniia'iis and .Nelson, -:l ; Hums, JO; 'Chan cer, llonaiih, and Pe.-le, ."'.' ; Wood worth and 1 ,ivy, ;!.'! ; Sir W illiam Jones and W ellington, .'(7 ; A ilhcr foree, Jft ; l.uther, 1- ; Atldisou, tt; 'e.sley and Vounj:', I"; Swift, l'.l; ' ll'ou, o." ; old Pai r, last time, l'lt. Ami we would add, as a terrilile warning' to youu men, that An drew Johnson never married. A story is told in the Kulisli pa pers, which sounds very much as il it mieht le true. At a concert for the tlislressi d poor at Sout hhride. tt the conclusion of I he sonf "there's a o'ood time comiiir, hoys." a man in the trarh of a lahorer rose iu the part most havi me it in every houl and corner er Por loss of Cud, Horn ail, Kel water iu ( lows ; loss of appet ite, rot , I or murrain, in nheep ; thick wind.! lu'okeii vviiiil. and roaring, and for! all obstructions of the Kidnev s in 1 uorsi's. use " .'siiei iil.iii s t avaliy ( 'omlitioii Powders. " All the existini; specialties of the New York Mercury will he. retained, and now (U pint men ts addeil from time to time during the pionss ol the year. It is due to a public, that loii"; a'o adopted this time-honored weekly as its favorite .sheet, to keep it at the head of its class by a libe ral outlay for tin- veiy best literary matter (suitable for such a pape.) procurable on either side of the At lantic. 'Phis will be dune. lb nianees, Novelet tes, S.uir'teal Sketch es, Humorous Poems, Fancy '.rales, articles 011 Aiitviican Sports and Pastimes, and a weekly digest of all that is interesting in TWciU ic.d and other popular Atnuseineuls and Pcci eat ions, w i,l liuui'e in the con tents of the. New York Mercuiy tor 1 he coming year. 'Fhronyh the ih aitmeul appro; riated to the o ; 1 i i 1 lid authoresses of America, hun dreds of lady vw iters, now famous, fust lninle the acquaintance of the public. This channel of etmimu'.iieat ion bet ween V mill", laila s ot talent ami genius and the re.iding vvi rid wi4 coiitinue oik 11 to the loinier: an 1 1 such (i AUl'.N'IS WAMF.I) KOU Secrets of flic Orent City. A Work deset-ipt ive ef the Ylrtii. and the icrs, the M ".lei-ic-. !i'i--m unci 4 riim-w nt .s.-xs' iiirk ilv. I f Villi n itl t" 1. no A io I-',. 11 11 hi - 1 1 It - Iniete :i n . I l"-t i'l aitu ; Shren-,1 Men :n-e rithi ed ill V'.il! Street ; linw Conn ! i v'rien ;tte vui dled bv Sl,.ll.e!; ho .V! ll.ibel ., und ' r iuu.: ice I'.l.i. ;.ni;u!.-,l : Per II. .IN jii.d ('enei-rt S ilunn- :tre M.c,t::i il : how li.un- lllillj liill--(. llll.l l.i. Mel ie- lire . . .ml Ui t li ; ! . 1 1 w S: eel. 11 in! Oil ' 1. 11 1 p c it -. ' V i(J il.t i -1 . 1 how littl.' I- tirt-t. r-i..l tl-s w.eh. Il ei'l.tiiil: mi I Jitl tine e' i 1 .1 i , Irll- ill! il !n ml i In- Mv.loii'.- and l' ol New Veil;. 1 - I ll' ,! ,ml.: ,C.,1 I III .1 till- ONLY $2.5!) I'KK I'Ol'V .Hid ;i toll j ini-:s ii i f ri:-:!i,!--tie ,ei ipt inn ul' ;i 1 1 ll i . ii , ( Will k. I'l.llll.!.-! CAll'riON;.,,!;. mire.--. r.. . el :i elo ekn'ati beexrhaUKi d fora white liedOuilt ol a Mlver plated UeM lvin-tahle Ciwtor. snth liveWtlen. Rend srhnt the ert imner of the Northwest, the "Toledo Bh.de," (Na.ln l p.ipi r ) sim of ns ' Whkt k Saw ai tiii: HfrConositv led ii. while reeently in lioitou to viit the d'ollir elulilhini nt ol Me KaHtmau 4. Kenlnii lheirtrudo hus heroine mi ilnuituje th it "ic, now oe. npv tour .-loi iei iu Ihe elenant hi,'tL -Vo. u Hanover mi-eet. I he name ot tin, Uiu. tin become ns tnmilinr sm hoiuehold word' throuKhoin the Middle :iud Wentern h'aUs' hile ha pn mpt ,-uid lioiior.ilde lniU(. u..' th v ure i-ndor-iu' by the hct tirnm in the' owii eily. I Ju ii- t'lnh kystciu ol selling "o,n has done mole, we believe, linrini; the p.," -,.w eai-M to keep down the price.! of iloniemir h--tulei ill evet-r dnv r, Ih m all other intlu. -., ees lomlinuif. .Most of t Iieir good n lni',i.. I.iclnred epi-. -,slv fur them. i, fur Otntnnoo. cutlery mailc to their order in Sheffield Vu land, and imported In l.ir-c itoantie tor their ! dollar twtde alone.' Now ii the time to Lf-t si-n.-M nn.l ... cIiiIm. I.adie H-eialy wanted hkimih. I'artial list ol nrliele allowed uk eounui,,; , , to iiiiv one -i-nili-ij; in elnlji ; - ( Ll 11 til' 1 1111.1 V. im "1 vwJnbtea.il ed or niihlc.n heii eetotn ld,. photoriinli 1 Imin.W'i pi.ti.re., eleuant luoroen. inn.i,-,. Kevol.-io:.. Vl,l 1. 1...I. Miv,. pi.ani uiU- lor. . Im'.tlv. I Jieie 'C-,-.v ,,,,, , , 1 , I , , nciily ur tiled bi n Ii ;;',; iii,;.,i,,.:k K-ni. v niLiimt,. print-. p,in,-,n. lmrp. . !-ti ii.l'l eoi. r. VV iuteij,,. .i.u-ieoui.1.. I'.i;.- '. 1 ...il.U e i'ie.1. .I.Miaioio.i o.d .p..!' "jj; ' ,:;"!' '" '"' : i".' t :.s. :-..al coi:u. ' I.I It UK ,STV. li V. MirJ, Meueh ''! or illlMetn Ii. .1 eottoli e,,tli. ' I n.hiuna 1,1 . ''" ' : 1 ' .Vlinln Will. I C.i.ll.ieiH l,.i ai'-l ,,- piltel-O, Kliill.lU. lU.uli-.. 1. V kite mar eitlm coma el pM- 1., i n' f iini.io uiorocc i iiiu.i.ii,i. l..i ihli elo.ik pope: ii. i'ail r,(u.il l.mket. IU.uk ui,,.ica i'ii double w iii:U watln ni eut ili.ai.lli;. Ii laim i.i i lot r 'good Uuol tlociliiij) li...-ewooil 1 .1 -i -1 ni.ii in iloek. Ludi -i h.i uiiill. s. I i,. i ... li.re a.i.ll ami , i.llar ' ,1.1 .1.1 s H'. I Vol Villi P ill. . K.i-Ic l oi l. I I I.I 1'. ai-iU m tf-illir I 11 e ll-ill el tl'.l! I lie le II,. I .1 , .1 ii:o Ei r ok Veil i I I. Ul I kel,. a . I i -. v. an l i:n rui; i ill-: SinlitK mill Socrrts of the National Caniia! no i ii in.-. llo.-ll 111 1"W li intiv " ; ii o in -i ' i e- i.Uiile r vv.i-i.in t.i i a t in : 1 ' I ti ii,! , ; ri".l .in' their prinluctioiis as are, cal .-ii I 1 1 ' 1 1 In tlii 1 1 1 1 i : i cr.ilil and "ic Few lVo.le :nac(iiaiutel with j tlK.ni j.uijo,. jj! K. published with physiological eheniistr.v an-aware ot i ,., critical eoinmenta as thev seem the (piantity ol iron in the blood, j (.;ln j-tl,- but all xl'ounl ku;w the impoi tanee -j'j1(l ,,,,.,. . 0'. proprietors of of keep, n- p the supply, lor debit- Uu. Nt.,v l k ,M,.U;1U V js , pender py, disease ami iiealli are Mire to , h ), U;U ih ,lt.wS,i,:.ei in the t'nited Slates; and il'pavino; (he hiirhe.st rciiiiiiui for the best iitera i" V I ue4 .llllii'ril iiltil.lill l 'i.i'. .ill' I ti!, t . en eriUL' V k.il i 1 llie people nlMl I . mieli. ,i:,.-.-t boe - all ; l.o p. i i'.i ei i : - I'.nv ' ",i ' out b- e. 1, In lilt- ill: Sl'A I l-.S PCPl I ! 1 1 t i I li Xe Vol !. I 'v.; . iu'-i. '.d i: IV i illield fi Hill i t.. nii.-t ali-oi l.in 4. "S,i,d lor 'V. bin-.. I M l'l-.l) ; 1 1 ! Ul, "ll, i ,s , "i- ui in h!;i:! run i "d !il. :..U, . er in, ! ,!ee!.i d e..k. ,V;::d wide, i,iniy" or uetit'. : i ti !.,; i .i-e v Ii. t .i 1;;, n tlk, e l!,. pOti lll. l-'bant b:,,, nlpneiillle--, ' ' " i-' I of o wiin,. vr i.di r, I.I ,r i- fie. Liiiiv j. i.i-ko.i.akle doul'lj '. Ui.e. !:i..-.IWaMlli!l.i ! !. :i la-tte l. ilit. ' " ": ' 1 ' ! -. ii ii! Itenip c.irnc-. ' 'I'" line cuv-iioer i l'-r suit i'l,' i v I--..--'! ' -u-ei hl:i,,, la,n-. an, i i...'. 1 1 i' 'biieii 1;., :.-.' ln-M -ilver pin tco -I on white i-i. in!, i'l.iiuli,, jewini; .mil :"' I''- i In j .. !nr, 7 1 ; , -nU d.uilii. M'llb rproot ebi-,,1 l I ;. S , i'l in-, lie:) '1 .-.-I! ir. it i - " : !..'. t :. .t i .ii.; ..et, ii-t u' bin A .:ci t . tl.--.-r.T-cr 1. 1 tide not i i'i'ivi . v. ill p,-,.i v, Mjoii them, mid we wit. e ' "1 u i' tl . in i pOioi',.ii. I: voe k.,' , "lb ! ,.!-, . ol It,:, ..'1 In 1; 1. ( -lie t e ,in : : ion-.-, lb', ib f-iil to .end fi to ti. ...el i.i t'-o ..ei - pin.. .k bo our New Ciri-nl u .a. .In: I al io , ai I -1 1 o a . .. ,: in tin. cii V. will plea... I.. n. and :l...l ol : d i in. ite !n nd.-., : iolv:i'.t.i.-e to tin ' 111 I Wlilltfll lot UMI-! .M.i follow vlien the quantity becomes reduced too much. The l'eruv ian Syrup (a protoxide of iron) Hiipplies this vital clement, and has cured many chronic diseases. i ll" """in one uiir miy midst ol t he asseiiiidv ami cNciaim- ed, " you eould't fix the date, could you r When a horse falls w hile draw in;; a vehicle I . .lump down ami hold the ani mill's head, to prevent him dashiu;.; it nlioiit to his own injury. L'. Loosen I ho cheek rein ami the parts of the harness which fasten on t he vehicle. .'I . I'tack the cairiae so as to gvl the shafts ami t meet free. 4. Steady amlsuppoil the horse's head and eueourae him to rise. o. W hen voit have mu him up, pat ami encourage the poor annual, and see if he is wounded, or other wise iiipircd. (i. lift him stand still a hlioit time lo recover himself, and then proceed p'tilh and w ith greater caution than before. i nr. .Misr. iii.i.i;!). i Here are two little arteries which supply the whole face with blood, one oil each side; these branch oil' from the main arteries on each s'de of the windpipe, ami, ruuniu npwaid tow aids the i v ee, pass over t he out -side of iheja w bone about two thirds of I he way back from the chin to Ihe alible of the jaw. uiidef the car, Kach of these arteiics, of course, supplies just one half of the tai c, the nose beili"; the diviiliip' line: th Iii inncli'ii tcldrli l-.iml tl, j-iun ".i ami the husbalul Would vote against her, and both would evert them selves lo draw over the children, nml others whom they could intlu ence to opposite and oposiii"; sides, and discord would vi iu that house. Who can suppose that the Slate would be inade more stable or that the laws would be made moi'' equitable or salutory by such a state of things f Then the func tion... vvliielrnatuiT, by her iiievora- laws, has assigned to women as the wives, mothers ami nurses of our race make it, absolutely impossible for her during a large portion of her life, and highly indclicut e for her dm ing another large j 01 (ion of her lite, to engage in the duties, mid much more in the certain conflicts of political activity. So those .. i i , . women v no are nest tlisciiargili;; the duties of liallile would least discharge the dill ics of politics, lie sides we have ever been taught to respect the qualities of modesty, n tiieuiciil, and devotion to honm tin ties in woman, and to. regard her (lolieH in the education, and reli gious trainiugof herchililrrcii lis the most po'ciit in tliit-iii i .s for proinnling the intelligence ami morals of the youth, ami mi fur raising up worthy citizen for the state. It is ev ideiit that hhe must neglect the one in proportion us she allemls to ihe other. Ami those women who do the most oftheoiie will do the leant in tlio other. Will the laws or society lie bettered by giving women who are not Keepers ul home t he piivilegoof of voting for laws or law imiKci agaiiiHt the desire for uitcieMs of thoho who Href Will our homo ,e biUercd; jvdl the I l.ie lie In tti u l bv ofVi-iiii" ll.. i...n... . v i A jounglidy writing to her mo ther from I'urope says : Send me a dozen bottles of I '.arret t's Vegeta ble Hair Kt'otiiror." What. I took with me is all gone, and 1 cannot think of spoiling my hair by using any other." The judgement of nil who have u.-ed llarrctt's will con firm this lailv'.s experience. llistrnt Tiitit.ivrijit. m;i:v i . u nn:n i on HOW 5 MAKE THE FaRM PAY, liow f T a . - I'.iiliier inav ibuibl , .-he v, dee of! In. land; m.i !. ,- t hi-'-e lime-, m linn b out ol' .-ki' k ; no I how- nil ill a prolit - oil lie la no tan be moro Ik. tt ilolllilotl. Kariliel'.-, t.lllliei'. .',n. epell I e, d bonk Hiil'T- and oile r-, wall led t 'I tut ' aeeitriel. i tl e el V Common it . I ominl-v- in-,- oo lo '..ht pi r lli.'lilil. aeioi'il i rj. I ii a 'ul.: anil ii'ii;i. irenki 1 iiiu I ill .I.--. -Opium M i,t . A.I.Ii.k.i .Kliil.r.K Midi; I ) l .V (ll., 1'i.il.i., I'll. ; I me l i, I Hiio, ; l'liieii-o. 111. ; .Si l.i.iu-, .Mo. i iciti :. In llradloi-'l. .1 ei. -.'.' I, bv Kev. II. V. l-'oi -re-l U''. Al.-on S. I.c-le ,,i ,,l,ii, S, 11. and Mi Nt llie (ilnihleid I Uaili. X. 11. ry talent w ill seiaue that result, it j will ci l'Uiiily be attained. , l The New Vork .Mercuiy, with its fifty -MX. columns ol' sterling, migi-j mil matter, u i'.l continue to be is j sued at 1'hght Cents a copy ami se'd by all McWMiieii and rciiudiial 1 (ealcrs in Amci ic.i. To Mail Subscribers our terms for l,sii'.i will be: ! 'I'hf T!:Jil' ri'Ii ly Kri-lrr Cash iu advance: Singh- copio, j .ioil"S i oi;s in. i:,ih,-. $:.v a vear ; .luce copn-s. ?7 : six 'v.-'T,;;;;;;;;;,:. irrT- copies, bi , nine copies, !? JU, '1 fie i .Vu. i.luir.tl. IS,., r ..I tin- ..i-h. M.i-. I party w ho scuds us tfJO o- a (ul of nine coiiies will receive an audi lor "tl.-T .i"l i lol h- I'lel -o "I , It'll ... i. ike it ti.i : and l-Ym,,!., , Send money in regi-,ercl letters in i v ei iiiM.inee. nml we Kuaranlee tl. it i: mil eoiin- p, rtectly .,',., X . II. 1 l.ll M.le honltl not be cla.-cd iMlli 'l.llal ji-v.eli alt!,aild j;ilt enlt rpi it Seli'l In ll- lei .1. i li --peel iii). tor l.asilll-S-. k . tin- i ' .in. i i.-ii.i-i r nt Int.-rnal Itevei lie. dali .i iil i,'.-t."i. Nov. 1. In h ..hi waia pi-'iij-t i- i.iim lor vein- luiaicv, -,-i.d v. ... ell!.. I.i KAsTMAN vV KKliAl.b I. . tt- i:. u, tin ii - si . . , it H iv c FIFTY YEARS OF FIDELITY! Oldest ami l.iv est .Democratic Paper South. I i l Six mouth'.-, .-iili In li (In elili iKlon, M.i a I', ol Ur.' .la; 'i.i. PlIi. -il II Mr. Nn liola. e lire In llavi rliill, N. 1 1 i tn i ui , aed I T y , II. .1 i i lliolll ll . l.'lwil! II davt III (irl'oi-d. 1 kinie, aed 7 It. .Ian. -J.l !i. Iliei and i in .li 1 1 1 ,. M. ll.. don- A. Al -o .tan. S ealH. '.'illli. Mr, K.in.ell Wii-bl, n-t .1 rs'i iM i f I VII 1-1 orner.i ol fhp.-i in llie f 'i-noa-'iil imr t 1 .Viet tioual copy, tree. script imi reeeiv ed. A ddi ess ( 'a u Id w ell Whit ucv , Proprietors o!" N. V. Men ui v, IJs I'ullon St., New York (ilv. Proprietors of newspapers gp mg -the prospectus four or more iusei i ions, wit h an editoiial iioiicej v ill be entitled to have two ropiest ol the .cw V ork Mercury wot Im one year to any address they may indicate. I III' . C. :U'b,:i. ike '. ' !l 1, ,,.i o i -lit of ai 1. 1 prnel it-.d o or. t'ol.u i n I - t!n- 'lepiullli.nl. Huh . j lo .1,11,11 ll y, I--! I. ,t,, fl.-i ti, till, . - IMei.tli. : ia ii' i its Ba;ic r. it: I A. I'lr. ".'i-:i lei." Vli.lele, Ai,,. t 5. ;,, .-,.1. aiiil.e Pei'io'-i.il nml i,-i inn l, I I". liner .iniil.l take "lie -l iil'i.O'l S.tnllie'i , roail'-alalol Anncilllni.il N .' .;..:.t ,. T 1. .ilk I 1 'on r wild 1 (if j 1 "HiijMufa;ii'Aw.i?-Ayafy' Uahlness, I ray uoss, and other iinperfeeiious of the hair will be re garded as inexcusable altera dial ALTAI'S W ANTl'.ll I I 0! Till; OFFICIAL c;is i oi: or tiii: w.tic. Its 'auses, Character, ( oiidiicf and I ic.su I Is. BY HON. A. H. STEPHENS. line. II oti.-e in I'.i In i. I at the Aeadein ISIi'.l. Ill li o t loell I'. M. ilU vi lial aelioll I hi-V liltold, ale n iiilecled 01 M Iiv. l-'i b Hth, -I I In- pnl'po.-.t ol mm' II ll I ej.al'11 lo Ol lake illiii' or teoaiiino t-aid Met On,': lion-. Iniilili..- a ii -,v one. m I'l It I- of Meehl, ; II", I ', t'.'MMI I I I.I I :..- 1 1'. 1 1 1 . Jan. '.'sib, i-ii.i. Anion .- I In- many re.tor u ivi-. lti -li natiii o b.l -oippli'-'i lo relieve lilt- It 111 n -1 1 1 on ol' Im nia, ui,, il.io- i- no in, ne I, oi, rile o:, c tor a eerlai'i ' li I' di-i a.-e- limn llie "mei tie ii in I Iu rta.lv .-..il.-. i-oiiib net' vutli on imrtaa-d cnniiiii--lon. nuke it llie In -I Mibst-iiplioii booll ever I'llbh-dieil. i s. in I lor en en lai and m t- our le' - and lull I .le.. I I i.i ion ..I'l I... ..... I. 1. 1,1, ... V l 'I'll I v 11 ol .VI r. !. .. .VI.I.I-AS IMI'l;uVI-.l 1'ir.l.lslllXli I'll . Plnlad. Iplna. I'.i .riniii, (new si vie) hair restorer or i resin I ""'"inn, in n '. m IIoik-1 , al,i--i-iiie, l.lilei- l l'iiifi', llMMI 11 fill I'll I III. Ill fJiialiM, SPle and I'fifnmi v,.n:ili'"' '' I " . 1 1 ' " II"' I no., mid K,U I ll 111 . I pert' i ' eb'.tp'i. which ii .- in h I hi- the go-.. I lu'ln ell in Ihe tleni.ind lor llie l""i'i i;fii -oi. llie ii it 1 1 1 1 1 lii I -! ..iieii.-B of lb" Ami nn i I ail ivi loll i I Sim, mm cold ' v i '. a'" ' I'l the t'nili d M.-iti . VP Kl '1 , V S II l tl. A l'.l . Sole M.n fi -. I'll, mil Iplna itll'l .Nee The Patent ."Maic Comli Will telitv l'.l I- ll.cr .1 p"l mill.' Ill I I I' I, e blown. Sold i i en v, li.i ". Sent ay mail I, ifl.'.'.i. Atlili'i-i VV M. I'M Ins. Iita.iiiei. Viatic ( on.b ('"Hip.H.,1 , Splllill'-M. 'It- (III one bottle.) I'.vevy Dili; M-lls it. Price tine Hollar. .t ill uitifrpjjar, nml jitevent all labor, f.iowtli, Hiijifovemeut, miHi- ami happiness, Tl very i la of ftalc compU limii ol il,e Wild Cherry lne;hn! Iioim-m i- V II I Millie II I ., II, power to hlll, I, Pool iie, In I' Ili-M- ll., 'I lo euro, r. I 1 , 1 , 1 1 , , I 1 1 , III'.. Id lo, H I I a 1 1 tie . I ml liolieltill i-iilo bi nil I ioo uill. . .1 1 1. . - the lett liostnl is supplied with I I" jretlieno.. iu I lieniMi Ive.. oi t-ipml wmili. blood Iv the left ailcrv, and t he f '! '"" l",'v ! s oni mi ' i b.. i.i.- lr. VImiii-'n IIiiIoiiiii oI'Mlltl 4'liei-r, ivlioc nJ nt. nt i ti -i nit f'oifu, i'nhls, Jh-nnihi hH, M Ao'ipoo t mtth, Crori, Athnttit 'iioio iiiiii , I (ft 'luii, too hi rtj.tr it f t'n )tMtinjttittu in ill' i-fi'illiabli , Mi-oiH-, 'l'i Ml I hi o u l . I-i "iti I'.i jmis VN Min t ii, r.,j , ti-put M.n. lei-ul Soiilh lloviiUtoii, .M.wn. 'Til lite Ntrinuof s.'S I mu, niimf fteverrty mlln led ntih a liilld, ill V i oiihIi, Willi Im iiRii.il Mceonipiiniincntii of hIk'1 ftweut, completely n iwlt nt inn in v tiei votm hviIkiii, unit proline aiK ton h n tit bllllitLed ttl.tleol lit'iiltli llmt.nl' It r ti';. Hi" no tilt . il aid In no pntpo.t, I hinl Uiven npall linpen id ever l eriiM-l Iim, l hint iil-'i In, IiH'ihI., At tlni rlai'.e ol iniilter I wan pn-wiiled iii'i-n lliloii'-'li I hn Inlliionce ol a in -ijtUioi to 1 1 y VMnlar'n li.ilnnnt nt VV lid Chei iv, .mil lirloio in itiM I'll Me(, th i-tb-rf iilinofl man ul. My eonrh t iitucl v b ft no-, tip t -lit mu atii rteni iteil me, lii.i'e ouer mnrt rlniod my tli-prmwil piH', flint noon t hud a'taiiifil in v wonud nireuv'li ami vicr. I'huj ha. 1,U Ii.iln.iiu, n him idteu I" en lit. marked hv n ihiiiii eoiiver ijnt w ith the iihnce 'ai I a, liieiallv tiiituliod nm It inn tlm ynwnliiu fiiif V an me nt liberty to two thin lor the ii i v right nostril by the right artery, Now, supposing your nose bleed by the light lioslr l, with the end of the fore linger feel along the outer ! edge of the right jaw till you feel Ihe beating of the artery directly under your linger, the same as the pul.-i. in jour M'ist, then jiiess your linger haul upon it, thus getting the little fellow ilia tight place be tvveeii jour linger nml jaw bone : the Jesuit will be that, no drop of blood goes iuto tho Mile, of your face while the pressure continues; hence the nose instantly (tops bleed uit; lor vv mil of blood to How ; continue llie ihe pressure for live tumuli's, and tho mptmed v cejicU in the iiooo will by this tune probably some n ti.hi t,, avoid the- tioviti coiituict mi that w la n you let tin of wife nml mother, or to h,,k ii,,,, I blood Into them they will not leak. iaot haiiciliiinetioiikiii . . . i J1,'","" '" am or vvouiui any' ii.o,,iiu.i pi. uiuit trd crinonlei s, lead Ihe new adu l liseineiif of The N'ermoiit Itceord and Pai iucr in this issue. The pros pectus therein set forth stands un rivalled in the annals of Vermont journalism Kvcry person w ho is in terested iu the State at large should lake The Vermont. Kccord and Far mer. I lend the oilers of premiums, headed "i kit:." .llwl I KNOW OF NOTHING (.' .t'-CT . . '1 1 T'tVl'Ctrl lllillll CniY'T'Oumt A m PUI.MONAITV ' ' .1 V erill"h." BALSAM lntiMl,. hI4i & lh im wit ten 5l- 01.' l'll-"l'V 4'I-:TN--AO V vent- for a a In a id i-l:ht pape piipt-r. "I'li .1l'-f'lllllllM VI till III V." 10111.1111111,1,. Ill le, :tlol lie; Ii.hv to do 1 '.11. 1 III V.anr t, Sneei. Pealiii-; a ml I in ra I ion.', f ke I e In h o I m.-itii'M l.ilo mid I ill otii'-o. Men, comiiit'ii i,, law, pi lilii al l-a-onoinv ; bti-tnt ij. uilelli -,ent i-; ul-o. inlt-ri .-,1 inn Stout , I'oetry, l:,....ui on poeinl lilo tititl manni r. nm. iloti M, nnet-tinny Ae. ( inly l-'ili v I a dm i, venr. ( In Iim ol Mtii.fl, Tnelve, $'i, I- or 'l i li naim-.i and t we will khihI he ( ritlenden Coininerei.il Aritli tin-li' ,V I!iiiii, - Vlainial I'l ice f l..'til. A'l drt't.1 S. II, ( lilt i i.mh.n iV ( ti., b.l; l lii .liint hi. , rhila.. l'a. I.i Jii wtll Y, I T M 4"i ;''i a conespond- Tlio hwt letnirn tMnedy for M'HOFI H,A in all It mutiilViht fotinn, included t'trm t, enn rei, yplulii., Salt 1 in ii in , eoumiinplion, etc , ! Mr Aiitler'ii lotllm. Wnter, pmn mdntinu nf loltinn wilhnut olvent, llin overert lifter ninny yr ir of acii.n I lnei rimiHieli nml ewi. meut. I'ur rrnitli ntliiu hntnoin from ibn r era lb Mieqinil CirrnUi nt fl. , J ' riVF'tiiRE.li. rnmor. JDrf V V.ir'K Vr Prn.i nrll. -e'l-l WANTED, AGENTS, where, male mol tettinb-, In introduce the li.m im: ivii'koviji ( iivmhn si-nm; FAMILY M'.YVIMI M CIINh. I lib. linn lilne will Kiilrli, hem, l. ll, iiiek.qiull. eoril, himl, blind and rinhroidi r in nml mipt nor mnti nee l'liei-iiidv fs. Fully w.iiiiiiitid fol live ve.irv We Mill r Jl'Hiil for nny inaehliie thnl wilt w h HtroiiKer, Inure heNiltifnl or mine ilieitle leaoi than ntiM. ll mallei the "F.lll.tlt' I .oik Mitch," lariy m-coiol Milch run bo cut, ami null the elotli eamnil li pulled mm i I u il Itnrtl l.,.otiit if . Wn mi I Au.iila I emit ' . a .... .7 . . ' . . .1... it-.. I. ,a.l... nl f . .1 IO f .oil per lllillll li llllil eipi-llM-it.nr a nun- i... ..... ". . .-. - - - inl"lnii I rout bb Ii I wife trnt iinionni run nn m hut. nrwi wmj ti - - , , imnle. Atilrii.sl-;cuVIII ,V CO., I'ltTfiiflii.lt, Id plcliim of tho tmn a of the (;"'"'.' , ,, I'., II.I.THM, VUor hi. U't lf, Jin. yVat Hil;,- enmuundt rl hf l;',r:!;"",? "I ,'',.n 4 II ll I lull. - Po mil he iinpo. iii upon ny iioniiimoon. rnprnor n. ... . "e-V. . .... , a- iK..., ,..,,i .,.i,i ... nn ii.iri, f . H TO-ii r oi ner iniri in iiiiinniii- oo w.,..o,.-"r, i.u ....u ..- - t - iii mi hi lie, unilor the umiimi iiiiiiib or ol him mo. I him In the nnly f-ciiiutie nml Hiillyprui tii ,il i litiii nnu'hiuo iii.iii'iIiii '.Hied uu. uuiuiiua, I.PY who had -iilleiftl bo lean ire. ' I it a I in ,..('. ilarrli end Ht-rntiila, i a hv ii mm pie remedy. I lor nvnipaihv jml : ibnle proliipt tier' lo H'liil the r. relpt tr ' rliurue to iiiiv one iiniiliu-lv Hllle b d Aibb ' Mr. AI. I . 1. . llohoLi ii, N. .). "i i v"Ni i:i Aft i'Vs'T.v't.i ia'i 11 tin- II linn linillln' Mneliini' '': " d.'.'i. 'I In- idnipb -t, i In anc .t and h.".hm"i .Vl.it hiiie ever inv .-nt .1 Will lodt '-" ' til' hen per niitinlc. I.ibcial tndm i it"-' ' ' A-eiilH. Aibireri AMI-UICAN kMIH '1' MACIIIM-; CO., Ilo, Ion, Mii-D , in S' I"" ,Vlo. Agents Wanted- IO II "- U'rl jni-t I n-t I hthh coitiineii.letl by llie II. .I mh -I'" nml iililes't l.llerary .fontiial." In onr it'iii'1 1 ' I liin.li wnntinii i-niployiiicut uil in-'-' fe'llii'iien nun pcrnereniiire, will foil I ' itKiio'V il ii-elnl nml Imriiiivt- Im. -nn rit-iiM' entl for minlei.crl)iOvfi ctiniliii ' Ulvu lull iniitu-nlarnif the wink lernietii HKi-iit". Attdremfi H . HcMM' A ll.irl P.itl, I I i i. i l.ooii pnn'-ii.protit-.f ly lllii-irnl'-'l " ' umit Kiik-rnvliiip. M.i -H, ..,,. 1l,e I'eoiili'n Ftlllloii of C'P PA I ii j i I"'1MtfSOni!TIoni.K.- Mf-helpfor Toung 'j Men, who hiiTlux enetl, ilonlra better liniliboml tVeiil ill n-iili d Ictler llivclopi, fro el' i harje ll biiit lifted letuin the pnit,li:o. Addn-rt 1 'tlll.ASIIIrtOa, .. V, rtilln., l'i T m i.Aiii:'-i)i; y.vs.si.i us hf.M- nilim, lurtmu, hnitnltM, iicieeuhle i wur- runted nnvrr t dill, Nn 1 A nm I'mrint t tv , Nn'J-frr rTiaii Mnathlr Ohtrut iin T., ir Ail1ie f O B" IIOU W'l'l 'I' "lir I...... .-'. . mfiinnrtii in th Mulish lnoiU";. ' . : ... 1 ....... 1...... . Ik, ill IllUt til l"'1 . HlW"IOII IVAkiHill M.. M- -- ,, t J.l,. lermt. CltcnTiiin m-iit fr-' lonlh Ad'io l ulill.lierv It VV. Ht.ISS A. '(, " r Coun.,IOi'1 Tnlctln, Ohio. ll" I llltlosmil lot ii 1 ..r..l nun Trrf mi.l ' i' ' '" i::;'HV'--'5 I ilumiT,,M't tbe tine of naltto CnnBiuno.