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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, SJCPTKM BJOR 8Q. 1803. pon !cnt, stnt.ul that he laid all nlht cu.i.-.ulo 1 in iiaw.imp wi.h four otLvri; that hd lujutvl the wluto nun s-'ournu the wjoiU, Hhmuln.t'itwiiu d Orinj:; that tin heard the ci-lei ami shrieks of the negroes ;n they were shot down or torn hy tin lilo vi:u ui l-t : tint two or h'a coaira.lej who lie am? frinh ened and attempted to leave t lie vunip wore sh t Within his he irin O.io ncvro who was ea;nrel In C.un 111a, and 'who ucnp.-d daring the; nijrlit was compelled by his cantors to adst In removing the dad and wounded in the streets of O.tmllln. lie agisted in p'Utin. a dead woman into a wagon: sh? was shot through th" chest ; she was thrown, his captors told him into a dry well, lie also asdsted in removing fo.'ir badly woambd negroes, to of them mortally. The man James Johns, who 11 red the llrst shot at the colored men, is r ported shot once in the forehead and twice In the buck, and mortally wounded. Another of tlieattaekinf; party is report ed slightly wounded. His name is Charles Collin.." Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALP.ANS, VT. Wednesday Siu'tp-m nr.it no, ISO.S. Republican Nominations von iiu:.-;ii)i:N'i', ULYSSES S. GRANT, ron vick iMinsrunxT, SCl-IUYLlSTt COLFAX. VKHMONT. For Hectors at Larue Owiimr. W. Oiianim.y, o! YciycnliCH; H. 1'aikiiankn, of fit. .Tohm-lmiy. For Klertnr Third District Orouor. Wn. kiss, of Stuwo. The Jtepitbfiriin I'fatJ'onn. The second plank in the Republican Platform, and the one which relates to suffrage in the then unreconstructed States, is one with which the .Democrats find great ault; it reads as follows : The guarantee by Congress of equal suffrage to all loyal men in the South was demanded by every cousideratioi. of public safety, of gratitude and of jus tice, and must be maintained while Hi question of suffrage in all the loyal States properly belongs to the people o: those Slates." Gen. Carl Schurz, proposed as an amendment and in addition to it, the following resolution, which was adopt ed : We highly commend the spirit o' magnanimity and forgiveness with which the men who have served the re bellion and who are now frankly and honestly co-operating with us in restor ing the peace of the co.mtry, and in re constructing the Southern State (iov ernmeats 11,1011 the basis of imparti 1! justice and equal right, are received back into the communion of the loyal people, an 1 that we are in favor of the iciiov.il of the disqiinl.llcations and re strictions imposed upon tho late rebels in tho same incisure as the spirit ol disloyalty die out, and as may be con sistent with the safety of the l'oval peo ple." Against this re olution, which lola'.es alone to loyalty in the South, and tl.c only resolution inthepla form which re lates to the matter at all. and In which tho "Negro" is not mentioned any more I than any other man, comes the whole opposition of the Djinosr.iey, and they set up a clamor against Nigger Suffrage, Nigger Supremaay, etc. It simply presents the question of loyalty, and this i the question which our oppon ents do not wish should be presented. Theyattempt to draw attention from tho main issue, and drown every thing In their cried of Nigger. This resolution sustains Congress in its method of rcconstruetio 1, and woald seem to every fair minded man to be no more than what simple justice requires at oar hands, Jf upon tlu pre sentation of these questions the inference is tobe drawn that Noro.MaiV ineiu.lo I we presume the inference is corivot, li neman should be excluded upon que tious of color alono. This lesolution is in perfecl harmony with the Declaration o; Independence wliieh says that " men are created equal" and the resolution in substance further adds, that equal suf frage should be guaranteed to all loyal men where the Federal Constitution is operative, and Congress can impose re strictions. If men of darker hue havo not been, and are not now loyal to their Country, then they are not included within the provisions of tlu resolution any more than other rebels; the line is drawn on account of deeds and behavi or. If men have been disloyal and yet carry that spirit of hostility to the Gov ernment to tho mard.'ring of loyal eiti zons In cold blood, this is their misfor tune. In Vermont ifa a man violates the laws of the State and becomes incarcer ated in tho State's Prison, he has forfeit cd his privilaoof tlu Elective iianchiso which can only be restored to him by an act of tho Legislature of the State. A pardon by tho Governor may relive him from ills confinement but does not re store tho full privilege of a freeman. II ivo not Southern rebels who havo vol untarily bomu arm 3 against thocouutry, bcLMias guilty a the man who has been Incarcerated in n Vermont prison fi.r felony '.' The?c mon did not lay down t leiranns of their own el o ec but were compelled to do so at last by the force of i loyal arms (and many of them were car-1 ried by the neproe), and they beenme 1 prisoners. By what right do rebels now i claim that thoy should vote In any State j or portion of thh country, lo the exclu sion of loyal men men who have done no.hlng tojeopardlze the life of the na tion, hut everything to save It. Why should this Government hold out the inducement of rewards to the well doing and tenor of punishment to evil doer, If it does not Intendto make a distinction ; greater still is the perlldy of that government which would ex- j dt the guilty and punl.di its friends, the Political. The Washington Cor 'unoccnt. The same spirit that would respondent of (he New York Titncx as deprivethe Ioya' people of the South of : .scit.s positively that Deward, Seholleld, he prlvilages of the cl'-etive franchise ! and Evarts are for Grant and Colfax, their means of protection, and bestow t while McCiilloch, Wells, Drowning and these privilage upon the disloyal to 1 Randall are for Seymour and Blair. crash them, would deprive a loyal soldi-1 ,?r of his pension aud bestow it upon the I soldier of the Confederacy. ! The Democrats of the South (all ! have rebelled) do not like the idea of no-1 groes voting. Now, in this matter they i have hud their choice, and tho result, as j we find it, was provoked by them. They j struck out to destroy the American . Government and establish an Em- j plre of which human slavery i mould be the paramount idea and the 1 chief corner stone. If they had succeed-1 d, then tho chains of Slavery would I have been tighter livitcd, but they ailed entirely, and to-day the slave : stands forth a freeman. There is no j half-way work about his freedom, ho is ' jither still a slave, or ho enjoys his free- dom and isentitled to the privilages of .11 '.. 1 .. .i:,.r . 1 . .111 iiil'ii. u u.ic iiu iiiu.iui:iiiM'ii citizens under a full Republican form of Government unless for crimes com mitted. If we can overlook the high 'primes of rebels who have drenched this land in blood, and allow equal suffrage to them, weean for greater reasons over look a loyal man's complexion and al low him to vote by his side. "A 111 in convinced against his will, is of the same opinion tti'l," and the men who are now waiting for a more favor able opportunity to thrust theduggor fur ther into the vitals of the Nation, are not the men todiciate who may, or h may not vo.e, their greatest anxieiy should be to secure tho privilege to vote .hem-elves. If they have cho-ecn to re pent of their high crimes, let them come into t u ranks with men who ex erted themselves to save that which was nearly lost through the Democra tic administration of the Government. To all such who come; the loyal masses of the United States will bid a joyful welcome. In the. States which have already been restored to tho Union, we believe this question has been settled, an-' by the Constitutions of the fctates there is here after to be no distinction made on ac count of color. If however distinctions are made, and a class of men are depriv ed of there ballot, representation in Con gress will be diminished in the tame proportion. With the Republicans ilie whole matter is a question of loyalty, notof color, while with t lie Democrats it is Ni(i!cr, Niyrer. Grand Jtcpiibticun JIass AT ITiATTSnUItiill, N. Mi'vtiitfi j Grand Rally of Republicans, under the auspices of the Republican County Committee and Grant and Colfax Club, on WKDN'KSDAY, OCT. 7, 18GS. The following distinguished gentle men will be present and address the meeting : Hon. Henry Wilson, U S Senator, Mas General Daniel "H Sickles, of New York Muj-Gcn Alfred Pleasanton, of Caval ry Fame lion Geo F Edmunds, U S Senator, Vermont Hon Luke P Poland, .Member of Con gress, Vermont Colonel Doming, of Hartford, Ct Hon John AY Stewart, of VI THi: CiP.ANr AND CODFAX CI.UIIS, AYith their Bands of Music, Runners, Flags, and whatever else may pertain to that organization, together with Repub licans generally of Northern Now York and Vermont are Invited to attend. Ym P Mooers, N Luphan, A W Lan sing, C 13 Everest, D S Carter, John Paikhurst, Republican County Commit tee. Jerome It Bailey, President of Grant and Colfax Club, Pittsburgh. D S MeMasteis, Col Frank Palmer, and Jabez Bidwell, Vice-Presidents. Pittsburgh, .September 22. Tlie Reimblican State Committee of Vermont, hy special reipiestof the Clin ton County Committee and Grant and Colfax Club, extend the above invita tion to the various Grant aud Colfax chilis of this State, and to all the friends ol Grant, Colfax and Griswold in Ver mont. The meeting will doubtless be one of the most notable demonstrations ever made in Noi thean New York, and it is hoped that many Vermouters will bo glad to give the aid of their presence and encouragement to the Republicans of t lie Empire Slate on that occasion. For the State Committee, fi. W. GKAXDKV, Chairman. G. !. ItlJNKniCT, Socrotnry. Bouts will he In reailiness at l'.urllng lington, on the 7th of October, to carry the delcgatlonsof Vermnnt Uepublicans to riattsburgh.rrc of c.rpenvr. . , .....,,' ),. ,,,.,,,.,..u 1... I Arrangements aie also in piogiess b 1 which ticket'' on the railroads, for the same occasion, can be procured nt u gloat reduction from the usual rates of fare. We hope the Vermont Republicans will attend the IMattsburghgathoiinv In large numbers. The Ohio State Journal of recent date says : " The Stae is certain for the Re publican ticket, by not le.-s than oO.OO) majority, and we shall not be surprised if it j-oes to 76,i0.t. The, Democracy liaye long since given up all hope of do ing anything more than securing per haps two Congressmen, and even that is becoming extremely doubtful. Tlie Lynchburg (Va.) Republican thinks Hint Gun. Forest, instead of let ting out unpleasant secrets about the number of K. K. K's in Tennessee, had better " follow the example of Gen. Lee and court a letiracy, and practice a si lence that is now not only in good taste, but is demanded by sound judgment. Tin: Ni:xt Stati: Elections. The next State Elections preceding the I'ics- l.i. ...i ...:n 1... :.. ,1... r.,i " """" i-"111 .-mi.t-ss. Nebraska Oct. fi liep. maj. ISfili M."i Ohio ' do lit do do 1SU7 2,1)8:1 Indiana do HI do do lStlti U.'.'D'J Peiinsvlwinia do 1:5 do do 1SH7 'J2'J Went Viigiuia do '21 do do 180(1 O.C.ll In Ohio our friends promise us from ' lo.OJO to 'Si MM inaiority. Indiana will, defeat Hendricks by a majority of not Jess than lU.UUu. rennsylvanin pledget: hertelf lor tite majority 111 October she gave to (Sen. Geaiy for Governor in IStltS 17,00Janil thinks she can nearly double this majority in November. special police's. Tit'riitj-fce em's J'riirflcc In the Tleatnieiit of Diseases incident to Fe males, has placed Dr. Don at the head of all the physicians making such practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee a speedy and pcim.iii- -lit cure 111 the worst cases of .M'iinwM'iw and all oilier MvM-trmtt Jleraiim inviit.", lroiu ifmt rrrr ciinfi. All letters tor'advice must contain c 1. Oflice, No. I) Kndicott Street, Doston. N. J5. Do.ird furnished to tho.o desiring to re main under treatment. llo-ion, .fitly, Ih;s. 220 Ivrd.vw lyjOTU PATC1IKS, l'KICCKIiKS AND TAN. THE OITLV BELIABLE REMEDY Kor those brown discolorations on the face is " Perry's .Moth and Freckle Lotion." Prepared onl.v hy Dr. 11. C. Perry, 4!i llond St., New inrk. ifii-So'ld evervwhere. sii-21(J-t!m lOeroi's r"Viit 11. AdKNTLKMAN who sull'ered for years from nervous debility, and premature decay, and an the effects of yoiithtul indiscretion, will, for the sal.o of biilVeiing liuuiaiiity, send free to all who need it, tho receipt and directions for mak ing the simple remedy by which he was cured. tjulVerers wishing to' prollt by the advertiser's experience, can do so bv addressing, in perfect conlidelice, ' JOHN i. OCIDIJN, KHi-lV 12 Cedar street, New York. TOBACCO ANTIDOTE. AllltANTKD to remove all desire for To baco. This great remedy is an excellent ap petizer. It purities the blood, inugOiatcs tno ! system, possesses great nourishing and btreng- ti ening power enables the stomach to digest tlie heartiest loml, imiKes sleep relresliing, anil establishes robust health. Smokers and Cliow ers lor .Sixty Years Cured. Price, Fiity fonts, post free. A treati-e on thei njmioiis ellects of Tobacco, wit n listsof references testimonials, c. sent Iree. Agents wanted. Address Dr. T. It. Abbott, Jersey City. N.J. 2;il)-l2w, BE CAREFUL "WHAT MEDICINES YOU TAKE. w TUF.N yon are, exhausted by over-work ol head or hand, and feel the need oi some- thiiiir invigorating, don't drink whisky or any intoxicating thing, whether under the name ol Hitters or otherwise. .Such articles give just as lunch strength to your weary body and iiiind as tho whip gics to the jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimnlaiils are injuiious to Ncrve heallh, and are ALWAYS followed by Dti PRES SING liUACTION. nomvs .m:iivi.k a.mj i.wikohator is a TONIC and OKNTLF. STIMULANT which is NOT attended by liKACTIO . What it gains for you it maintains. When it lefresbcs body or mind, it lefrcshos with natural stieugth that comes to stay. Wo oio not recommending leeto talism in the interest of any faction ; but long and extend"d observation teaches us that ho who resorts to tho bottle for rest or recuperation, wilt find, as he keeps at it, that he is kindling a tire in his bones which will consume liko the tlauies of perdition. Turn from it. Take a tonic that will n fresh aud not destiny, Dodd's Nmiue is for sale by all Druggists. Price Ono Dollar. S'ce book of Certille.itcH that accompanies each bottle. 2:il).Rw. 'It Work's Like a Charm." k Oil cures Ilead- Itenne's ache. Iienne's ache. P.iin-Killhig Maj Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth Ileum's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures N 1'iirul gia. Itenno's rain-Killing Magio Oil cures Cholera Molblls. llenuo's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures llheu mutism. Ilenne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cull s Lame uess. llenuo's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cuies rikiu Diseases. homo folks seem to be proud of telling bow "lame their shoulders are" of my crick in the back" -or, "I have got the Sciatica" and de light in brallging that "nothing can cure mo!' but when wo get sucli "awful folks" to use Ucenis's Pain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, wo not only cure their lameness and charm away their pains, but wo actually taliii all that kind ol brag out of them 1', and they frankly own up and say, "It works liko u charm 1" Sold by all Druggists, .Merchants and Groccts. WM. ItKNND. Solo proprietor and liiaii'ifaotiirer, Pittslield, Miibs. ls2-oow-ly BOiS CLOTHING- of all kinds just received nt WJI, N. SMITH, A CU'S. ADDRESS To the IVrvonS & Debilitated, V HO Nr. mflcl ili:n hno In i-n ii'iiirtt'- y ? i imnt iihiiii'Ii eaifo., mm . u i.- U'llmiiii hiilili ii oau-i1.", nnd '.hi if imci'm it inure jimmjii I r."it itu-i. 1 to lvntli'V cxHtriiro up wnililn : If oi nir MiiUVriug m' Iniw Mill'i'iril, from inxiiiillilufy ilii-i'lial'CfH, rvlint clfi'i't ilium It i jirniliicc upon jmu'K' noi allii'altli y l)n you fool j miiK. ilt'ini'tatril. ca-tlv tiiul : I)n" little o.- ! I Ira iM'i'tioii iioiliii'c palpitation of Hie lieait ? I Dues vmir liei or tuiiiary, oranf, or Votir I;ii1- 1 lH'.vs. Iii'oiieiilh- iri't out of oiiler' Ih otir urine Miini'tniies thiol;, n.i Icy, or lloeK, or i it Kl,ltlm ? 0riU,v ,,.,; tlie top y Or in n pediment at tlie liottom alter it loin Htoml uwlille y lo you liiwe m'I1h ol uliolt lireatliinc or ilpepslay Ate oiir IiowoIm eon Ktipiteily Do'you liao spells of failitllifj. or riilien ollilooil to the lieiiil y Im jour memory Impaired ? In vour luinil eoiiKtautly iluelliun up- on this subject y im you tv 1 in 1 1 -s 1 lens, moii- ! in tired of eomiianv. of life y Do on wish to he left alone, to net away 1'iom everybody ? Dock any little thinj,' lmiKe you (dart or jump V Ih our sleep bioheii or rert.i'Hy Ih the lustre of wnir eye as luil.i int y The bloom on wmr eheel; as bright V Do jou enjoy youiselt in so ciety as well ? Do wm pursue your business with tlie same enerjiy 'I Do you" feel as mui'li eonlideiu-e in yniii'sell'V Are' your spirits dn.l .lid llaj,rKiii,'' U'veu to lltsol' meialichulyy If so do not lay it to your liver or dyspepuia. Ilae wm restless inputs 'i Your b.ieK weal;, your Knees weali. and have but little appetite, and you attribute this to dvspopsia or lher-rom-plaint? Now. leader, fclf abuse, euereiil diseases badly cured, and sexual evesses. aie all capa ble ol piodueine; a weal-liess of the nem'l'.itivn oiKUiiM. The organs of (,'em'iatt'in, when in perfect health, malic the man. Did you ever think that those bold, delimit, eliel'setit'. pel seUTiiiK. silceeshful bnsiuess men are always those wbose generative organs are in perfect health y Von ni'WT bear such men complain o! beiii,' melancholy, of lieivousliess, of palpita tion of the heart. They aie never afraid they cannot sui'eeod in business : they don't become sad and discounted : they nle always polite and pleasant in tlie company of Initios, aud look you and them right in tiie face--none ol your downcast looKs or any other meanness about them. 1 do not mean' those inll ited by inniiinjr to excess. These will not only liiiii their constitutions, but also those they do busi ness with or for. Mow many men, from badly cured diseases, I rom the ellects ol self-iibu-e aVd excesses, lime brought about that state of weaKliess in those nivalis that has reduced the general system so much a.s to induce almost eery oilier (ease -idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal alleetions, sui cide, mid almost eeiy other form of disease which humanity is heir to, and the real cause ol the trouble scarcely ever suspected, and have doctored lor nil but the right one. Diseases of these organs reomre the use of a Diuretic. IIKDMIJODD'S l'l.Ull) KXTIIACT DIVHU is the gie.it Diuretic, mid is aceitain cure for diseases of the llladdir, Kidneys, (ir.i- vel, Diopsy, Organic cal.m ss, J'cmalc (.0111 plaints, (u'lii ial Delillity, and all diseases of tho 1 L'rimiry Organs, whetlier cxi-tin ; 111 Jl.ilu 01 ,'inatiug. and roinale, Ironi whatever cau-e orij no matter of how long st.nidiiijr. If im treatment is suhmi.tcd to, Consumption or Insanity may ensue. Our lloi.li aud blood are supported from tlie.-e sources, and tlie health and I appiness, and that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a reliable remedy. llehubolil's Kxtiact lluclm, established up wards of IH years, prepared bv II. T. lllib.M liOI.D, Druggi-t, !)! New York, a til lilt Soutl 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Pi!Ki;-tl .25 pei bottle, or 1! bottles lor f(!..ri(l, delivered to any address. .Sold by a'l Druggists everywheie. KB' None are Genuine miles done up in stecl iiigraved wrapper, with fa-'-siuiile of my Chemi cal Warehouse, and signed 220 II, T lir.hMliOl.I). Manhood: How Lost, How Restored. iwi Just piibli-lied, a new ediiion of lr. ill jlflpl vein ill's Celeliruli'd K.say on the jtaia rinlii',il cure (without nudieine) of Hii:u .MA.soi'.nititv, or Seminal We.ikm m, Involuntary seminal I.o.-ses, lMi'oruscv. abo, tJo.NMTj'PrioN. Ki'U.ui'.sv, and Firs, iuduee '. by self-induigeiice or sexual rxtriiagance. W Price in a sealed envi lop, only fi cents. The celebrated author in tlil admirable essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' suc cessful practice, that the alarmin-f consequences of scif-abuse may be radically eiin d wi'hout tin dangerous use of internal medicine or the appli cation ot a knife; pointing out a mode ofeitie at once simple, cctam and effectual, by means ol which every sull'erer, no mutter what his condi tion maybe, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and raiiictttlu. zra-This lecture shonl 1 be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent under bcal. in a plain envelope, to any address, jmnliitiiit, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverw ell's ".Marriagi Guide," price 2.) cents. Address the Publish ers, CI IAS. J. C. KMNE ,V CO., 1-47 IJowery rw 1 oi it, I'ost Ollice I (ox ,.sl. i2;)iy The American Cooking Stove, ANorium Patent Sim r. Wo understand Messrs. Shear, Packard A' Co. have been com pelled to commence a suit against Hunt .V .Mil ler, of Hudson, for infringing tho Patent on the Ash Sifter in the American Cooking Stove. This is the Ilfth suit they have been compelled o bring against dillereiit parties on this Stove. The four previous sii ts haw resulted favorably forS.. P. iV Co., and they aie determined to lo. low up nil cases of iiit'iingcincnt until otheis cease from appropriating their improvements. .Ubauij Jkenimj Journal, July 29i, lSCS. All persons are cautioned against selling or usin' Stoves with a Shaking Ash Sifter in the hearth, or under the grate, as this improve ment is fully secured to us by live dillereiit Pa tents, and all persons selling or using Stoves with this improvement, will bo liable to pio.-ecu-Hon for infringement, as we have granted no lid uses to other p:u ties to make or sell this im provement and all infiingemcuts will bu prompt ly proi-.ecuted. si:i:ah, packaud a go., Albany, N. Y. For Sale by D. M. WALKER, AT. A JjBAIXS, VT. 2:llw:,iu " It Works Like a Oharm Have yon Headache? I'se Hcnne's .Ma ic Oil Have you Toothache V Have you Neuralgia V Have you ItlicuuiatiMii v Have you Sore, Throat V Have you Sciatica V Have you u Uriiii-oY Have you Crumps? Have you Choi. Morbus? Use. Kenne's Magic Oi. Use Iteiinc's Magic Oil Use Ilenne's Magic Oi. Use Itenne's Magic Oil Use Itenne's Magic Oil Uu Itenne's Magic Ob Use. Itenne's .Magic Oil Uso Iteiine's Magic Oil Have you haniencss? Uso ltenno'H Magic Oil This is tho b 'st family remedy, to cure all kinds of pain, you ever tiled. It is clean, safe and delicious to use. and if you uso it faithfully, it will do you good. Direciions on each bottle, lluy it of tho Drug gist or Merchant where you trade. If they have not got it on hand they will send for it, at your reipiest, nnd sell you tlie genuine llemie'M Pain Killing Magic Oil, at the manufacturer's lowest price at retail. W.M. IthKNF., Sole Proprietor and Manufac turer, PittHlield, Mass. Sold in St. Albans by till Druggists, Weeks A Iteviiolds, Grocers. In Swantoii Falls by D. T Morrill. Q7!-iy-ow J) uy Tfiicy'k Vi'fjiinliW. lliiillng Iliilm! For it is a Magic Ointment, and will destroy and euro Felons, Fever, Culomol, Krysipclna and Scroiuhi Sores, Ivy Poison, lthetunatisiu, Croup, Diptheria, Cuts, Hums, Druiscs ,c. Anil is al so good tor pains in tho Hack, Side and Chest, una is a specitic for Man or iicust, S. It. DAY. Agent, 180-lv St. AlbMlB. nANCEli, SCltOFUDA, DYSPKPSIA, LlVEIt w Comi iiiint, lthoiimatisui, Neurulgiu, Ac, cured. A Imuk of 100 pages, unit Jrie to ina lids. Address It. GUHiONK, M. D., 10 Ttiuiilo Place, liontou, .Hiik. Wl.tot'N liiiliiim ol' Wild Cherry. Oit",''i.i, cMn, Hroiivhilit, ArlUmn, Vroup U".t. fungi,, Quinsy, and the nilliuil otlH as well us dntiKcroux disease of thr Throat, Client, nnd lamps, prevail in our changeable climate nt all seasons of the year; few aie fortunate enough to escape their baneful influence. How i'lipoitntit then to havo at hand n certain antl ('.I'tetoall these complaints, llxpcriolice proves t ii ut this exists in II ktav'n llaham to an extent n it found in any other remedy; howiver seero tin sulTeiing, the anpHcation of this soothing healing and woiulerlul Ilnlxmn at once van-ipii-lies the dlsoase and restores tho sufferer to wonted health. Twiintv Vijahs' JixpKHinjfci:. Moxktos, Vt., June 2H, lSlin. Ales-rs. S. . 1'owi.i: ,V Co , Iloxto-i, (le'itlenien : Hin ing for twentv years past been in the habit of using Dr. Wistar's llalsam of Wild Cherry, in eases of Coughs. Colds, and Pulmonary Alleetions, 1 can testify to its great incuts with tin, utmoit conlldence. I believe it to be the best medicine for these complaints ev er used, and hawi no doubt that the use of it Iris at three several times saved 1110 from Con sumption, besides many times in bite years, af foidmg immediate relief in less severe attacks. I am 78 years of age, and for many eais have been a subject for pulmonary di-eas'e, hut by the use of Ibis excellent remedy' J Keep niyseif iprite comfortable. 1 can hardly Unit language to I'Miress the exalted oniniou I have of the tial- sam, and reci'lliuielid its use to ail as tho best reniidv that can be used. tll'.OltllK DAUT. Prepared by SK I'll W. lMWbi: A HON, 18 Tiemont St. Iloston, and for sale by Druggists 'eueraliv. ACP.0ST1C. eiiCy it penetrates through every pore, elicMiig .-ull'erers from each aimry sore ; II wounds it heals with certainty aud speed : ills. I'm ns, from inflammation soon are freed rupllons, at its presence disappear: kins lose each stain, aud the complexion's clearl Ai.vu.Hiieh as (linen's every one should buy, II to its wondrous met its testify, et those who doubt, a sieglu box but try,--erily, then its true deserts 'twould hawi ; M'li unbelievcis would laud Oiiack's .Sai.vi:! 1y V. ). Try a box of 'fund's Plantain . Ointment. The best, i oiu the World. Take no other, but insist i i 'laving Ibis. For tale by all Druggi-I nnd 'ountrv Dealers. DJ. AV.'IOUAND, Manufacture. Female Stronglhcning Cordial. .1 S, iit(i'' litinrtlyftir thr Diwatvn oftlif l!ej'o- ilnriirv (rytiiif. It impai ts torn and vigor to tho Uterus, and gives renewed vitality to tho whole system. All eases of Di bi!ii peciiliai to Females w ill Ibid a -overigu remedy in this compound. Prep lied at the New England liotaliie Depot, 1'ostim, (iKO. W. SWl'.TT. M.D., Proprietor. One di'lar jier bott.e. Fjyj dollars for six bottles. 217-lv TO PEMALS3. Dlt. FIll'.D'K MOliltil.I;, Physician and Sur geon, gives exclusive attention to Diseases .ii women, lie has made diseases of woman his -tudy for the past twenty years. His practice ha- been ve.y extensive b'ot'h in Hospital and m piivate practice. Disreputation has wiuchors ii all tin' city papers, his patients, and (he medi cal profession, both hero and abroad, as being tlie most skllllut sprcialist h re, mid a thorough nasi or of all sexual diseases. Dr. Padelford is admitted by the best medical talent of the country to have no equal in the rroatntotit of Female Complaints, anil it is no un usual oecurience for physicians in regular prac ice to re "oiumeiid patients to him for treatment .vheii alllicted with diseases iu bis speciality. Ladies will receive the most scientillo atten tion, both medically and surgically, with private ipartimnts during s-ckness, and' with old and expeiienced nurses, if they wish. The poor advised free o charge. Physicians ir patients widiiug his opinion or advice, by Id ler, and enclosing the usual fee, w ill bo answered by return until. 'Medicines sent to all parly of the countrv. OlUee, No. IH HOWAltD STTtKET, 211-l.v Doston Mass. Goldsmith & Seavey, KEMJItAL INSUIIVXCE AfJENTS, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, NOJITJIMAINSt., ST. ALU AMU, Vt. Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental Insurance effected in Hcliable Coni2Htnics. Losses equitably adjusted and J'rompt Taid 101d&vtf Confectionery & Fruit Store, New Stock of Goods just Received. 4 NEW Line of Imported Coods, a new thing XjL in this iiiai'liet. A New lot of CANNKU UOODH. THY the DUVILED 1 1 AM and I.OBSTEltK. Full lino in TOUACCO and CIGA11S. lOS-G-'Jltl-l II. L. SAMSOX A CO. The American Cooking Stove In Court. 4 T an adjourned term of tho Circuit Court of XX the L iiited States, for tho Northern District oi .New Vorl;. in the seeond eiieuit held nt tho City Hall, in Owelty of Alhany, tho ii8tli day of .January, in the year of our Lord 1SIIS. I'linM.NT: The Hon. Nathan K.II.u.i,, Jwly-, jacoii ii. ttiiiiAii a- .iosr.ru 1'ackaud, i v hi Equity Ono. IJ. lim.n.v John M. ltocKwr.i.i.. It in further ordeied, adjudged and decreed, Miat a perpetual injunction ho tatmcd iu thi i.lit aaluut tho defcudautH, rentruiliK them from liirther infriuf,'enientH ol'Haid I'atent, No. ."il.lilii, Dated iJee. Oth, lbU5, iur improvemeutii in cookiuf,' KtovcH, jiurHtiant to and iu uecortl anee with the prayer of the Hill ol Complaint. ISiKiied A. A. Hoyon, Clerk. Tho ahovo was iuatituteil for infriii(;emeiit of the I'atent wocurine; the manner of littiue; the ithh pan iu the health of the American CooKiue; .stove, aud tor tho combination of the hailed ash pan. Wo have repeatedly eautioned the public against helling or usi:iK stover) with thcHu improM'uietH not mauufacturi'd by oh. All pcr coiih now helling or Uhin;; Htoves with them; im provement in violation of tho above injunction, ivitliout liccn.-c from us, will he linln to line ami imprisonment. .SHEAH, PACKARD & CO. 2tW-i)m. Albany, N. Y. I'Oli S.W,i: 111 II. IH. M Al.lilll!. BOYS Over Coath of all kinds ut WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. B LACK Piuita nnd Vests of all kinds Mi8 oH!m,8 Uru wived nt JSTFAV FIRM A N D GOODS ! A T iSie Old Clothing Stan NO. 2, DARROW EL0CK, fi. .lie I). S M IT II & (' Hb.u i .dive to mnt i- Uml. by vlrt t I'HI 'll t'llMtlKC llllllll'Ul Xo, IJnri moi li, iiu-y m i. ,l. inn il In nli'i i' to Iiulillr it Stin k ol' Pwoadv Made Clothniii and Furnishing Goods I'liMii pissiil hi vui li ly and ktyle liy i . .uitiui iiuiiNc iii funiculi oiuii Cotnpiising a full lino ot NEGIJCiOE SUITS, SACK HL'ITS, DiiEss srrrs Tho abovo entirely Now and Latest Styles oi fl 1 1 l-. l.'l If 1 i'K 'I' I ,m .m i,, ue i aiiei n nun otyio, I omprism liEAVEK, (Herman niul Ainuricnn, CHINCHILLA CASTOR, MELTON, PETEHS1IAM AMERICAN CASSTMEItES, QUEECIIY & CHEAP ALSO A C ti in p 1 1' 1 1.' I i n e o f FURBISHING GOODS, (.'o in prising OVER SHIRTS, I Plaid, Elaiini;l and Vluti-,) UNDER SHIRTS, do DRAWERS, LINNEN S: PAPER COLLARS, NECK TIES it ROWS. HOSIERY, vi uw iio, iui;k oi vvioi &C, ifet'., :., &('.. UMBRELLAS Of nil l-inds, LARGE SIZE, MEDIUM, LADIES, Of Scotch and American Goods. T T I J1 yi Of Every Vurlt ly in .lliirkt t, Comiirislng LONDON STIFF HIM, KNOBBY Soft, STAPLE, Caps of every Style. isc fill re and call eariv ns (loKlrnh pjooda arc goinp; fus-t. ST Prices low for Cash. L.. Mil). SMITH, & Co. .mi. narrow jjiocu, .nam i. st. Aiuans iti7Uim-wtt GRAND OPENING ! O F FALL GOODS A T J.J.I J I XVkJXl Xl U Ul O I -VTTC'll lT..1I.T-l'r ' TT..l II U i.iue oi oi New and Choico Drews Goods, llicludincr fiin. v..: ii.... t, f. Silk and Wool, Shot Tophus French Jleri noen, witli a meat Variety of 1'l.iin and l'oplin AIpneaH, and Chone I'oiilins, all at Visit V LOW 1'ltICE.S. Wo havo a full Lino of D R E S S Till M MINGS! ConHistiiif; of Silk Frlnce. lllacl, and Colored Velvet Itibbonn, with Ituttons and Gimps to match. Our Stock of 1'rinU Illeaclied and liiown CoUoiih. Dolainn. in fact everything iu the line of DoiuchUch, iu hill also a full lino of Cansimcrc.1, Tailor'u Trim. ' intiiKM, Gloves, llo'oiy, Shawls, Dutchess Kidds. nnd Dreakfast Shawls found in stock. 1'lcAso rail atidoxamino Goods anil Prices be foro piirclianine; elsuwhcre, II. P. POSIT A. Pn. Cor' JlRin ftnd Iff-eld 8ts., Bt. Albana, Vt.