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VIOUMONT DAILY TRAXBCinPT, OCTOllKT? m 1SOR.
i- t lie i Uii'.iuli i y .oof, I wn tl or nbo. . ..cp red for none of her IYum! omp re s u: .ir noui1 flierc a- si o i.i:v,; for mi', lliw lSnj'j y that made im Thai (Jlnbtiiias ni; lit 1 lei tlup I m .-i tol her so. I hud i notijrlj lo live on. I wni i Miu lu eoi Hliler lion nt our place. I should bo rich Hiiinc tiny. liiipul i' In entile my imslcr. T rled Ihnuiih the rooiiif laoUim fnrl'f. 1 Tot ml her laying i.'hef-.i w 1 h n pon S ii. who had (he Inijuuleiicn !o lro'; (p-i-d r'y el her. Only n eotw'n I-v co'iitcy (oo. His mother had married soiiipom M l.o-e (lift wife Wiiiin n""nl Po s-in. 1 watched I he liium.' ( r titli, I hen 1 od'eied her my arm. ' Will yoiiMiitr for me?" 1 nMtcri. She smiled. I led her In the plnno. It wni deserted Just (hen. "Jlefore you pliipr, 1 havr Roirethinir very inu'th'tihir which 1 wish to any," I wild. i-Mio flushed nuddenly. S e looked down trill nifjly upon her watch chain. Then I pausedthe words did not come easily. I hcilated. " Will you dare I " I staiiuncr ed. Jusd then a rustle nnd sweep of silk fell upon my ear. Two o d lndie passed us arm in arm. They were talking ear nestly. " Stc'i an imprudent match," raid one; "he had nothing. Kwry one pro phe'ed they'd come to want, and they have. JIow foolish yonm; people are.' They passed, hut J heard the words. 1 thought of l.'nelu Oliver. Marry on a meie salary'.' rdadne.-s. ah-urility ! "It is this. I I want to hear it sinifr."' 1 Btiuunicrcd, and snatched a piece of music at random fiom the pile hesidc me. "I I admire it so." "Then Cousin Hath imit fiimr it. I am not a tier nan -eholar," said .leie, fori had tak'.ai up a son;. in that lan guage, which I knew nothimr iihmil,ly mistake. After tliis I wavery prudent. I work ed for my Hiand ohject wealth. I plan ned out all my fiit'iue, and J Kept .le-sie as it were in .irht. Always a dear friend, I never bet rayed my love. Time enough for this when prudence per mitted. At every step 1 made I folt an inipul e which prompted me lo end the mutter th !ii and there, hut I refrained. Jessie still r maim tl unmarried. She was safe when 1 clio-e 1 milit have her. Hie was a gill to row hauds-onier with womanhood. When flu was twenty-six she w. s wonde.fnlly hea it. ful. Then my I.'nclo Oliver took me into pai'iiier.-hip, toiiipliiiientiii"; me hilily as a pri tlent j o.i g man, when lie tlid so. 1 Wiidii htue hold ly this time. 1 had been anxious at. oat many things. 1 had been tearful (hat t lie p.irtiieishii wou.t! not come, but here i( was at last. I had been wa.t.iitf .o.1 thin nine years. I could marry now. 1 could :u last be happy. 1 pl.t my head down upon m. hamis ai.tl e.'.cAl wnh joy. I allowed myself to jivo w.iy to miiul:o lor the time; it did no harm jn.i (lieu anil no tine .-aw me. 'then l' dn.ss.ed myseh and went hi the dusk of the evening to see Je sic. I w..s such an old friend Unit the ser vant opened ilie floor a . lo one o. the funil,. . .io-bie was Mining not to her self. A tall young follow whom I had never ?e n before sioo i ne.ir tlm piano. G andl'atl.er Ashl.urne slept in h. a.m cuair, ovuK'ii ly bilk-viit nan wit .'tile, awake ah the whi.e. Jessie s.i.tl : ' Captain Hawthorn Mr. Patterson Mr. PaiL'ion Captain Ilawti.o.n' ami 1 biwd. I eoul.l have smiled more naturally had (he naval ollieer been less liaiu. sonie and man v years okler. Wo talk ed at people talk wiion thrown tov;otncr, of a thoiibund thlU-iunt things. 1 wait ed for Captain Hawthorn to o ; he ling ered. It grew late. 1 would invo giv en worlds for an inteiview with Jessie that night, but it seemed impossible. We took leave together at last, Uieeioek striking eleven 's we tkparled. When we had turned the corner 1 found that oar ways were not th same. I bowed adieu to the Captain, skirted i lie block, and stood before the house wo had Jut left airain. 1 suiaio.-e the teivanls liad nil retired for the night, for Jessie was! fastening the shutters. 1 ran up the steps. 'Jessie," said 1, ''forgive me. It is late, I know, but I must have one word only one.'' Then I leaped the colonade of the balcony, and went into the pallor. (Jrandfathor Ashburlon was not there. We were alone my i eantiful Jessie and, I sat down on the sofa ; uha look ed at moi smiling. Iliad never seen Lor look bo ha: py. "Jets'.e," 1 said, "J wanted to speak to you as I could not before that captain confound him. 1 am taken into part nership." '1 congratulate yiu," said Jessie. "1 have loved you -inee we met. You remenrjL'r t lie tinieV For neaily (en years I have waited to be able to marry. Now J have achieved 1 lie slop at last. 1 am a partner in a rich ami lespoctablo Jinn. I can live well elegantly. 1 have struggled with my heart so long 1 have lorbore so long oli, Je?slo, turn to me and give me your hand ami to 1 me that you will bo my wife! other wise all this, prosperity i.s worthless to me." Hut Jo-Hie tlid not givu mo her hand. She drew back from me, turning very p lie. ' 1 hone y u aro luiHtaken in your l'oelln.s," f-hesaid, "fa- I cannot return them." Jessie," I cried, ' dontsay that any thing but that. 1 have lowd you co lung o deeply ; 1 l.e.ve tui'tvoii against m v own heart : 1 have wonted lo. taU djIo u;! Oh! Jesio!" Ana tnen 1 loul her how often words of love I. ud bet n at my hps, and I had lorcod thoai bae.c. I'J ica tiiii.- 1 rem jin bereilso well, so vividly. fcho was as j ale a ucuth when I ceas ed, b a she put mo back when i would have tintea nor hand, w.tli a niuiioa of her own. ' As oil try, you have been jirtuloMt," bIio ( t.tl : " Lo t s.i.i, a nl uay no more. You me too late. Ii yo.i had sio.ieu on l.iat Cm is m.u nig.u wa.eli i .or -ot no moro than you, 1 wou.il have an. Wo.etl ilittbi'ciitly. I ioveu yo i ticn." ' Tlieu Jove me u..,tli," I moaned, loo me a. ain ;" i. U oaiiu cter.ial happinens djpend c I on It. 1 co.tl.1 it it, olio taiJ. "xh.it nllit w on j on were gono i wmnied vi h myieii. 1 to.o my ;ovc I'jiii my bj -aiu a id truiiii led on .1. i t.aiaplou it .lo d.atu. iNu wj.auu wio j.5 vfjsAij oi t ' na nc wi 1 love n man li-ng who docs not lov her." f-lio m.U'J a; me a little siornftilly, 1 t': ti rlr. ' Your fivn' pv 1 nro proyon'nd mc from knowiii!'- it' i ho salt'. " , li t Chr.-tma- evcuiu elided all the folly. You 1 ave I con no hiuif to me since that i oinent hul what you are now a ' rio d yon tan never be anything , JIM e." ' ".Te.-ie" Tcrl'tl. "I shall o mail ; if, von could say you Hover caicd for mo. it wo ,ld he h tl cnoueli but to own that v ou had love mo. am to show that of! nivown m t I lost thai love, is too much ! to hear. I will have ii again, Jessie. 1 will. I-" Iuli ! said Je-sie. "I must not' bear tli's 1 am engaged to Captain Haw thorn." "You say this this to torment me," 1 ; crittl. "A t ranger a mere aetiuain tace!" i "Wo have known each othorafoit night, anil been engnued a week," said Jessie, bluslilng deeply. 'We are not , prudent people, you know. From the; moment our eyes met, I wondered (hat i I ever en red for any one else. Oh, Mr. l'atoron, 1 am forry you feel thN sol dceiilv. I cannot think myself (o ' blame." " 1 V P ol tears had rushed into my eyes ami 1 had hidden thorn from her in my trembling liaiuK '-he was not (o blame prudence had done it all the prud ence which was my pride. I Had thoughts enough in my heart, heaven knows, but mv grief ami self-reproach were too groat. I could pay no more. T opened the door ami went out. 1 have never spoken to her since. People call mo l'rii''cncc Pittor.-on now. 1 merit (he name. Yet, some times, when I look hick upon my lonely life, and remcmobor how Jessie Ashbur ton once loved me when I think what a home would have been with her love lo light it. even a less .splendid lone loiuini i one than mine and how lonely and tc-1 late 1 often am ; when I n 1 ass her lean- ing on her husband's arm an I hear how they ctinio d life's hill together, baud in hand, I wonder whether prudence may not W: cirriod loo fir in this mis taken world of ours, or whether one should weigh it in tlu balanc with love. Wi'iiioiit Daily Transcript, ST. ALUANs?, VT. Fi:;pav 0(.Ki:i:i: Kl, iSi'.S. Republican dominations SC?sx -i IT)!'. VKK.SIDUXT, UI.YSSKS s. an ANT. roit vici: IT.RPIDKNT, SCI I UYI .i:ii CO 1. TAN. VKIIMONT. I'm' K'rrtnrs nl I. r;v ("luojtos: W. f iii.wiu'.y. ol Vel'Kc nes; 11. l'.uiii; NK!-, of St. Juhn.sbuiy. 'oi' I'.'rotor -i.ins. ot Stout . Third Ui.strii't -nr.or.iii; Wit.- El, cfii.ii and tlm in trotitl . DvmociHih: The election returns of last night and to-day are moio cheering in (heir nature than those published by us yesterday, and it is now certain (hat all of (he Stales that hold their elections last Tuesday have been carried by the Uepublieans. Dan. VorheoH, in Indiana, it F.eemu af ter all tho skirmishing, is defeated. He is a strong man and would have been a great accession to (he Democracy in Congress, but alas! for the verdict of tho people. Our telegraphic column this afternoon will be o. unusual interest to our readers. Indiana Republican in 1 ctli brunches of the Legislature, which makes tho election of a Republican U. S. Senator in tho place of Hendricks, sure. The election of the State Repub lican ticket is insured. Nebraska, of the far west, comes out of die light hand somely; read the despatches Over whelmingly ilopubliean. In both jrar.eh s of her Legislature. The Democrats ee " the handwriting c. the wall," and have already com m "iced their i otroat under Seymour and Hh.ir. lint what will it amount to in the .nd'.' According to our political experience, a complete loute under any loaders who may siieceo I them. They seem lo think it best " to swap hortes while crossing (lie stream," this has not been cona'.dered good policy, generally, and It only p.ovjj tho utter hopolos ness of suoci'Hj in the party that attempts to tl.) it. Lftislutttri'. of ViuuniuitlSitS, SENATE. TllUHSDAY, Oct. lo. Tho President pro tern in the chair. Prayer by the Chaplain. Jo.irnal of yesterday read and approv ed. KILLS INrj'.OUL'C'n AND KHFUItKKD. Uy Mr. Dale, r luting (o chattel mort g:gea; lo committee on priming. ItLfcOLUTlo:.'. Uy Mr. lliuc'iiiisoii of Orange, that when the cena.o aojo.irn on J'Vitlay u; te.noon, uio 10. h lust., Is, bo to meet ti.ii n on Monday afternoon, .ho luth ; adopted'. KILLS I.Kt'J.ltltKK. Ser. 1, relating to town meetings. Sol. a, ie.....n- io VfXatiotia uttiuh in jjts u o miojmo p.ocvt,a. F ee. 8, relating to school districts. To ju he iuy comm. the. Jly M.. n. i. no. I. rolat'.mr to court ex po, ifcs; to committee on pr.irlug. Uy Mir. ftieen, to amend the act to In corporate the (.ucoi.Moun am Seminary; lojjoiioiul tonnnit.ee. uoi.vt unsoi.tn ions. If. bill relating to the election of cer la.u illlcois of the yupioine t oi.r., im., joiuriiuil noui the J ioi.:o witli tlici-.ee- "ii" i'i !". u. niii.-miiin.-i i v iiuii'i iiiieitr- i 1 1 in iiim- .iiiuiih (U- Il-iiii: nlleetlt'liH, uiid mi V it'll ill. I upiiii tin- must uinunl iirivdsit.v w i 1 a tnii; The Venule receded. wonnm mi r.u- .u-iiiu-.- Iter (juitn-A oh.oui nr. n J ilo 1 1nn. 1 lu-nwv.lt th, -ii tliaiil, us lor iil.u-iuK Jltl.I.S l'ASSKI). M dii'ir h.unla Mmpn- Kn-i'i!li-n Hhk-li will lo c, ...... i. ,i ! . ' ''"'"'tl ' lllcdoiiH tn iv u-miih ami ouraiK' luiiuist h. i, amending (he act to incorporate eve j um-. f iliiM-truiil)ii-Hiiitiei'unni.aiiit!ip.i-ii-tho Lamoille Valley Ualhoatl Co. liar to iliu -.x. b. 1", enabling towns in Franklin.' 11i--jui'i.d-h Kxtiui't ok hucau. -UihuIm-us ng towns ill Franklin, i '"'''" v,stiui't ok liucau. -Huiiiiivtis rleans; counties to aid in ! VZluJ'!.'!. uTTl Ul""nt 1,1 ,,l,?uV i nfthn Mi.dunn,,! w.,il !1'"1"I l iluiKKists iinil ili.i-torj, who ijili a L ot the Mlsslsipioi Kail- ,lu.1L.v tmitnliv Hum with tin- hopi- of u oino or t. . Ii -.1(1. i . . 1 ijaiuoiiie ami uric tho construction road. On motion of Mr. Hard Adjourned. HOUSE. Prayer by the Chaplain. Tho Journal of yesterday was read and approved. mi.1.8 inti:ohti:i ash ltKiT.ititKi). I?y Mr. Dunn of Fairfax, to 'amend set. 18 1!) of chap. "0, general statutes, relating to tlivorets ; to general commit- ' HO. 1? .1.. i . t i . , , , i . , Mr. P.ddy ot t.la-lon bury, to legal-; izo tlit giantl list of the town ol (Huston bury lor the year lS'i8; to committee on grand liM. Uy Mr. Clrout of IJurton, lo amend chap. 8;i, general statutes, entitled of the grand list directing the Heeretary ol Mate to tlistiibute to each tow n in the Slate, on or before the lir.-t day of J une In each year, blanks on which" to make ui abstracts of the grand list, to be re turned lo tho .Secretary of State on or be ioic the i'usl day of the session of the Legislatuie, ami Imposing a penally up' ,,,, i,,...., ,.i,.,-i:,j i.,-1.,, I,,,.,, i,. i. n, )u ,.r ti.i.,.i. ..,.,',w,. m.-l . I.I11MI .n lilt in II !' V UlllllllUt ,, i liu) on grand list. Uy Mr. Hoskinson of Mt. Holly, to le git. ize the grand list of the town of Mt. Holly lor l.os ; to committee on grand li&t. Uy Mr. Morse of Plymouth, to pro tect lisli in DuekPoml ; to general com- lllltteo. Uy Mr. Dunn of Fairfax, lo dt line I the lino of a lot of hind in ierta.ii cases! Lwltere the corners a e known, the line I to ho ilio t horioai d. stance between thoui! JtoWcVi.r e-ooked i tits fence may bo, un- io. h oy aj. lvenieiu oi the partioin wnt t.ngj; to committee on judiciary. Uy Mr. (..i 11' oi lhAiiuon, io incori o- nue the ; outli itoyauon Water Co. ; to icuininil 1,00.1 corporations, j U.v -Mr. Undeiwood ol Hardwick, to I pioitet lisn and lowl in T.atle Pond m ! J Kiuiw'ie.t ; to general c'litui.ttee. I Uy Air. t.r.ill.i oi Wlieiocu, io protect uio nsn in Linintiier 1'ond ; to ge.ioral toniniittee. Uy Ali. Uibb of Salem, to legalize the gland list of the town o. Salem fortius i ear lb 7; to committ-.o on grand list. Uy Mr. C.o,.k of Coiiiuh, to pay Jo?. 11. tJiliiiaii Uio sum ther.in iiamtd ; to committee mi claims. Uy Mr.Ilibbiud of Concord, to legalize tl.egiiiiid list of tho town of Uurke lor the years ISC I, ltsO-j, and lbUC ; to eoni :iiutee on .'r.iiid 1im. Uy Mi. l'looto.-of Rutland, inoviding for Uiu.diiig a court houe in tho county oi Riiliand, and levying a lax on said county ; to a soiecv committee co sitting of liiember I.toni tho county of Riu iand. From tho Heuato, S. 7, to construe as in am. nuniont of the act, approved Oct. 123, l.7, lo incorporate- Uio Lamoille Valley Railroad ; to committee on ra.l-road.-. Fiom tlie S.'iiate, S. 17, to enable tho towns in Lamoille, l ranklin, and Or leans Cos. to aid i i the. construction of the Mis;sisipioi railroad; to committee on railroads. IUJSOLUTIOXS. Uy Mr. Abel of West Haven, directing tlie cleric to procure tlie printing of all new enabling acts, and other acts relat ing to railioads; adopted. By Mr. Tuttie of Essex, providing that when the I louse adjourn on Friday mornimr, it be until Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock ; adopted yeas,' 115 ; uavs, .10. JOINT HKSOLUTION. From the Senate, providing for a joint assomnly for the election ol judges and reporter for tlie Supreme Court, oh Tues day next, at in o'clock a. m.; concurred in. l'CTITION. Uy Mr. Grillln, of Wholoek, praying for an act for tlie protection of llsh in Chandler Pond, in Whelook. MKl'OltT. From tho general committee, in favor of H. 1!), lo change (ho name o' Fran ces Eleanor Cliighom ; third readingor dcred. hills I'Assnn. II. 0, to incorporate tlie Benson it Or well HI ate Co. II. 11, to incorporate tho Urandon Manufactuiing (Jo. On motion of Mr. Jonverse, of Wood stock adjourned. yrrlal Notices. Tiwiif U-Jin' 1 (til's J'rttctlrc In tlie Tieatiiicut of HiMianeii incident to l'e-in.ili'j-.. Inn. puieed Dr. How ut the head of all the phyi-ieiaim maUinj' Htieb praetit-o it Mpeeiu'ty, mul fiiab,eH bim to ;uai'anteo a M)eedy and iiorm.in out eure in thu norm c.isei of iittiipiTsi-hm and .ill oilier Menbti iuii Dertinijvmtiits, from trntf tee' cmim: All letter lur udvieo munt contain tl. Utllec, No.1.) Kudieott btieel, liostou. N. 15. 11'i.inl furmwhed to thoo dunirin lo ru muiii under treatiueut. iJo.stoii. July, litid. 22(! lvnUu "iSi'i'oi'M (il'Yoii t li. V01CNT1.H.MA.N who biitl'ored for yujira from nervous dubility, mul premature. 'decay, and in the, ell'euta of youthtill nidii-cretum, will, for tin- waKe of oiitioi'tit humanity, auml free to ad inioueed it, tho leceipt and dirci'liolirt for uiaK itiK the Miiiplc leiuedy by which he uas cured, "uilteiein winhaij,' to prolit liy tlm advertiserV experience, can tlu mi by aildleasiiiff, in perfect coulldence, JUIIN 11. OOUIvN, lUU-Iv lii Cedar Street, Now York. M UTIl l'ATCIIKS, IT.ECICLKS AND TAN. i'iiE OWIiV nSIilABLE BBMEDY I'oi tlioso blown ihtieolor.ttiimH on the luce in "I'erry'M .Moth and 1'recUlu I.otiuii." l'lejaieil null .y Ur. It. C. 1'eiry, W Kmid t., New mk. eiTooUl orv'tW.uff. au-Jtu-tlu WOMAN. TKMAUtS, TO I Hi'. I'Kt t't.IAl! 1 uMl inipnrtutit JfintioiiN witicli iln-VMi" t..in. tlit Ji- t-tili:ii- ui'fiauliitlon, mill tlu- mBU'i s they pjriorm, .iiv Kiitijj,-t to miuv .siiti.rint'-i I hhIiiiii fium tin ho cunliiiiutti In 'ii i nmll ili--utlv Killu-ii h iiiiii. h. ami wvir.irc, fur iiiim-, ;.n bu liap. y uliu mil ill. .Not iinh tin. lint im oi,u of llii-hi' vni iiuin rt-iit do cniiipl tiutit onii lotiK b. silll'rloil lu I an im without Involving thu i-nii-n liialtli ol tin- iiiilhiiliiii. iiinl flu iihik pi-iMlm-liij,' i i annum i-Maun.-. anil invinutuiv ili oliim N. r ma pii-im.iiii to i-oiiHiit a -u-i.i'i fur i hti ri Hl)il lomtilii rt wh I'll iii.iUu Hutu uui-i.. I uiiiilU nut li to imii'it mii tliiiiK tlmt wouM tin 1 jus tice to tlin nlllii'ti'd, but 1 inn oblim-tl to t-av that idllioiij,'h it iiiuy In- pnultuv'l fioin i-xcfasnv i x liiiuMiiui of the poi r.i of life, by laborious ciu pU nic-nt , uuwliok'Mjiiii' mr anil t'uod, prolu-f liii'listruatiou, thu iim- or ti-a nuil i-otl'tf, mill trr ipn nt i hi.illuitli, it is laroftontri'iuihi'il h il ri i-t irritation, applied to tlm luui'ottfl ini-iiiliViitn of the vagina itMi'lf. Whoa iv iiuwiijf the i-aiitcn of tlicne ilistivs siliL' i-oninliiiiits. it ii muit naiiiful to conti'in- j l,a.u'1t1"' aticuil.int ili vijiicqmiit ' !.. ? but Minpie j.i.tii.e to ihc Hiiblee l elate u tew ni the uialiv additional e.i 1 ... ., , ...I'. ... II... I.I.. 1 i laic iiir aiicuuant ein ooiiM iiiii'iit iioou them. i'i to uiaiui-MiiKi-a which kli ljiiri.lt- nil'. ... II... 1.1 .. 1... ... I I 1 1.... . i " r.' '.' " ' 1 1 mi-, mi .liiu, iiuu iiiiiwiiit'r.n of wuman in ail i'la.sos of Hoeictv, mul wiik-h, eonseiiuentlj. afici't mure or lens dare lv. the wi I fare ot tin. eiitiiv liunian family. The mania , tl.at e.ita Jur prccoeioim fdueation anil niar- ritiKf, ear.ue.H tl'e jearw that nature dei.l!,'ned for eorpoical deeloiinciit to be wiihted :iinl per ; Mtted n. the re.-traint of drch, tlie eati eoii , lliicini iit of sihuol, and tspeeiallv in the tin- Iiealtliy iixeitenient of the Dall-roem. Tbui, with the body half-e othed, and thu mind uiidinv I i-xeited b. pleasure, ih-im-i ting in midiilgbt 1 ivcl the bourn ikxiKiieii by limine for nil ep and ii ft. the Moil, of di-Mtruelioit i-. half uueum I pht-hi'd. In I'oiiM-qucni'u ot thii caily .strain upon her eu-iii, iinnt ce!-siii j et'iml is l eiptui.il by the I oclienu otm to letain lu r mtuaiion in sciiool , at a later day. t.iutt ni .valine the evil. When ; one i-M'ilemelit in over, miuther in iuonpei'iiMi Keepti the mind mm bully M-n.-itive toimjuvioii, wlnltj tlie now eonstmit restraint of fashioiiiibic lihi'M', absolutely loiluddins the exerei.se indiu , I i'ih;i lilii to the attainment and ivtuiition of oi I lic.iltb and htrunHth ; the e.po!tuio to I iiiglit air; the Midden enange of teniptraturo ; i the couiiilete niof Iratiou nrodueed bv exuecniM) dniiciiiK, mu timatu ell'eet I, ol ueeeniiity, proiluce tlielrli'Ki- At l:iht, an eai lv liiarnaae c.ili.s the eliiiiaMif miM'iy, ,uil ttiu ui.toi tunate one, hitherto mi utlt riy iejj.ndlen of the pmiu ilu tale and ienioiiMiaiK'i.n of lier ileitenlc natuie, hfioiiieh an lliiHihiii); hiilijeet of iiieilie.il ti.-.ii-ment. 'llun i Mil a tl utiiftli iiietiiru of tlie e- I iniieiice ot thous.iudH ot our juiiiik wouk ii. I.oni; bcloic the abuily to uxerci.se lliu luuc tioiitt of tlit k'eiiur.itivo ordain., tliey leipilli- mi education ut the ir peculiar nervous ystein, coin liii.sed of whai is called the IihhUi', which l-i. in eominoii with tli" li inale biea-t and npi, evid entiy under tlie contiol ot mental enoliuiia und uaaociatiutiM at an early period of hie; and, aa wo Miah aubM'i)tiently m'u, Iheae eniutiuu, when cxci sivo lead, lotiK before pitherlty. to lialma whlcb Hapthc el lite ot llieir weilliin cie na tiliu h.. heil-euinpleteil iheii (li'elupuient . r'or l-'eiini e ealoieas and i-iehilit.i, W lutes or I. eucuiri.(L', 'Joo I'lofusu .Menatniatiuu, K li UHiitut, Too Long (. omiiiiieil IVruxli., fur l'ro fapMla and KealluK Uown. or 1'ro.apMin l!teri, wo iter the most peilect ai'ecillc hno.in : llin.M liul.n's L'oMi'ousi) J.xi UAcr ot' liueiiu. Direc liuiin tor ti.so. iliet, and miwee, nccoinpauy. l'eni. lea in every peiiud of lie, lrmn infancy to i xtielmt old age. Will lind It a reliicdi lo aiii natuie in tne ilLscnarge of lUlunctiuua. .Mieiigth in the Klory of manhood anil womanhood. 1Ii:lj!1ioi.i' Kxikact lluouu in nun ii htieugili etilii; tn.in any ot tl.o preparationa of lJ.uk or lion, i, ili, litely sat' r, aiiduioiu pij.i-aut. lln.M liui.it' h Lui.cr lifciic, halii; itcened the in doiseinuitl ol the moat piomiutiit phytic. ana in the United .-t.ttca, ia now oll'. ie l to al'll.ctcd liu nianity aa a eel tain cure for tnu following diact aea and ByinptoUH, tioiu wli:iteer cauae origin atim; : (Jeiiei-.d Uebility, .Mental mid 1'hiaic.u JUepieaaion, linbecihly, Deteimmatioii of lllood to the lie. ni. Loiiluaed lde,i-, Uyateria, Ueiierai Iriitability, iieat.iani'i s and .neeplca.sue?a ai .Night, Ao.-ence ot .Muscular l.llieieney, Luaa ol Apputitu inapepaia, Kinaciatiuii, Low tipuit.-, IliMitgauiza'tiuii or l'ara.yaia of tlm Urg.ina ol Generation, l'.ilpitailn!: of thu lle.ot, and, lu fact, ah tlie loi.e imitauta of a .i-ivuus anil iJe hiliatiil Mtatu of tl.e ayateni. To niaure tne genuine, cut tills out. Aal; fur llm.Mliot.i.'.s. lake no oilier. !-old by DruggMa and bealeia eveiywhere. I'lice tl.'Jt't pur hottiC. or mix Ijoi tlca l. r tO.Oil. Ueiiveied to any uddreaa. Dea criUe aiuptomH in all communications. Addrcna II. T. 11KL.M110LU, Drug anil Chemical Wure houae, 5'.d llroadway, .S.Y. Noun mu genuine unleaa dune up in xteel engr.ived wrapper, witli f.iM-aiiiilo o. my Chemi cal Warehouse, and aigned 11. T. HKI.MJiOLD. 'J37-dw-Bw TO rEMALES. FIIKD'JC ilOllltILL, riiv.sieian and Sur geon, gives exclusive attention to Diseaaea oi women, lie has made diseaaea of woman hia btudy for the past twenty yeara. Ilia practice lata been vc.'y extunaivu both in Hospital and in puvato practicu. Ilia reputation liaa vouehcra in all the city papcra, hiaputienta, anil the medi cal profession, both here anil abroad, aa being the moat skillful specialist le re, and a thorough master of all aexual disease a. Ur. Morrill in admitted by the beat medical talent of the cotintiy to have lio equal m the treatment of remain Complaints, and it is no un usual occurrence for :ihyicians in recular nrae- .ticu to reyoinmeiid patients to him for treatment wuen aaucteil with uisoases m his speciality. Ladies wilt receive tlie moat scientilie inten tion, both medically and surgically, with private apartments during sickness, and with old and experienced nuraea, if they wish. The poor advised free of charge, Physicians or patients widiiug his opinion or advice, by let ter, and enclosing the usual ft e, will be au..wercd by return uiiiil. Medicines sent to all parts of thu country. Ollit-e, No. IS HOWAItU STltLKT, 'JU-ly Uoston .Muss. DYSPEPSIA, There ia no disfaao viiich experience has an amploy proved to be remediable by thu i lattvvi.vx svut'P, (i protected solution of the l'rotoxhh of Iron), its Uyapepsia. Thu moat inveterate form of this disease have been completely cured by thia medicine, as ample testimony of some of our lirst citueiis proves. ITtOM Till'. VKXIiHAULK AltCHUKACON scoxr, u.u. UtisuAM, Canada Eaat. " I aiii an numerate Uyapeptic ol mouc tiin 25 ve.uis hrAPIo." ! Iiavu been so wonderiul y bene lit cd in tho three abort weka during nhicli 1 li.iveuso tho rirtiviitu .syrup, that 1 can ac.trcu ly p raitadd maelf of the reality. People, wh i lriu known mu are u -1-hi iahi-it at the change, 1 am widely known, and can but reconuueud to others that uhicli lua done su much fur mo," ANOTHER CLEKGYMAN LOWS : WHITES AS I0L " liy voyagt! to Europe lb indefinitely post noneil. 1 hivo discovered the ' l''ouiiiaiu oi ilea. th" on this aide of the Atlantic, 'three bottlea of Peruvian mi-nip have reacued me from tho fangs of the lieiid Utapepi-iu." A p.toiphii't of 'i'i luges, containing a history of tins remaruablu reuitulv, nith it treatise oil " lion aa a medicine," will bu sent free lo any addic&a, Thu genuine, liaa ' l't'ituvu.s Svnt'i'" blown iu the gutsj, 3, V. DINHMOHE, Proprietor, tlu Uey Mtect, Now York. Sold by all DriiBcists. 'It Work's Like a Charm." Hemic' I'aiu-Iuiilaa Maj'lc Oil euivs Itoad in lie. lti'iiiii'V 1'ui.fICl.lItiK Mat,MC Oil vurca Tuuth iichc. Itoiint l'.iiii-tl,!!tig Magic Oil emeu Neural I'ia. ltuiuio'u l'.tiii.Killin;' Jlttfllo Oil cut-on Clioleru AIoiI.Iih. Itciuie'ii rnliiKlllliij lliiKii' Oil fiinvi Jlliim malUm. Ituniio'M l'ain.Kllllnj,' .MukIu Oil ciuvm J.-.uuu , lllM. i Iteiiiif's r.iinKI!llii(; Maj;li: Oil miri'i SMn Uigiiim'H. 1 I'Oiim folliH si em to be pi imil of ti'llhiK bow "Iniiic their fhoiildoiM mv"--of my triol; In tin; I buck" oi. "1 have ot the S'.eialit'u"--aiid lie , IIrIiI in l.ratijini; that "notlijjiir euncuie me!' I hut when wis L'et Mtii'b "awful lollm" to Use liceiic'M l'.iiii-Ktlliii!' Mngic Oil, faithfully, e not onh cuii) their lmnenei mul ebarm 'awitv ! tbeir puiiis, but vc nutnally taue all tlmt Uml til i "brag out of tlu'tul', and thev frtinl.lv own up and nay, "It work lil.ea I'hanu!" Sold by nil DitijjgiKtu, .MeivhantH mid Orei'ets. i vm. ui:nm:, i Sole proprietor and luauurnctiirer, l'ittHlleld. '. nun. 182-eow-ly rpHK Oil EAT NEW ENGLAND Itli.MEDY. 1 Dr. ,1. W. l'OLVNU'S W1UTK 11 NE COM POUND, flu-en Sue Throat Colds, roughs, Dipthdia. llioncbitis. Spitting of lilood, and Pulmuiiary ell'cetious generally. It is it leiunrkable lemedv for Kid-' uey Complaints, Diabetes, Dial cully of Voiding Uiiue, Dlctdiug lrmn the Kidneya and llladder, travel and oilier I'nmiiluint. Huston, Jan. iiO. tSi. Poi.vnd's Wiinr. Pini; Cosii'iu-.M). -Alter hav ing given it a thoiougli trial we can couilden tially lecinuinend Poland's White Pine Coin puiiud as a very valuable article for tin? cure of colds, couglip, and pulmonic complaints gen truly. In scelal cases wu have Known it to gtui prompt li lief when all oilier remedies had been tried and tailed. It is an article, which in a climate so promotive ot sudden ami si M-re t olds as is that ot New England, ought to he in every fauiiiy ; : and we are sure that those who onct obtain it nnd give it a fair trial, will not I t reader he willing to bu without it. JliKiton Journal. A ai,i vui.k .Mmiii'Ink. Dr. Poland's While i'ine ''(impound, advertised in our eo.uuiiiH. is a Ml'Tcssful attempt to combine and apply the med. final viittics ot the White Pine P.aik. Jt baa been Ihoiougbly tested by people in this city and vicinity, and the proptietor has testi monials to its value from pi r.sotis well known to our cititens. We reco'.u.neu 1 its trid m all those cases ofdi-ease to which it is adapted. It la lor sale by all our Druggists.--f A". 1. linl't. The White Pine Compound is now sold iu e ery pail of the UliitedMiitea and llritish Prov inces. 1 it pared at the New England liolaltic IU: ot, lioston, .Mass. 'J.lii-17 a A LECTUEE TO hi vnii'MYi itpm lafi 1UUJ.HU 1YJ.XJ Li j Just PubJislied 111 11 Sealed envelope. Piicctlcla Vl.ECTUP.l'. on the Nature. Tie.dnient and . liadicai I tile ol Speriuulorrho'ii or i-cmiuai ne.iUiiess, liivoiunt.iiy Euii-sions, -ixt.iJ D. h'lit.i, and linpcdmieiits to lnairiHge generally; Nervousness, l onsuinptiuli, Epilepsy, and I'lls; Mental and I'hvsical liic.ijiacitv, lesulting tioin Self-.bu-e, Ac. Uy liolli:i.IM.L'UL EltUJiLL, 1. D., Author of the " llreen llook,".v c. The world unowned author, in tills admirahlt Lectin e, e P 1 liy pi 01 ea fioui his own expel ielice that the 1 w." il eoiiseipicnces of he f-Abiise may i.e elVccti.i.1 ,. removed without luctiicme, utn. without tltiiigc ions slugical operations, botlgii a. lUalriimenta, rings, ,ir cordiais, pointing 1 in a uuideufcure at onte eti t.iiu and tifustual. b which eveiy sullerer, no inatser uhii his con ilitiou 111 ii be, may cure huuselt cheaply, pii ati ly anil radic.iby. This Lecture will p.'ovu ,t houn to 1 housaiids'and ihousand.-1. hei.t under seal, to any addiess, iu a plain, settled envoi. ipo on the leceipt of ait cents, 01 two postage atanipa. A.so, Ur, Culvcnv ell's " M uriiigu Ouide, prico Hoc. Aildicss the Pub lahei'a, CIIASi. J. C. KLINE .t CO., 127 Hon ery. New Yoik, Post Ollice llox Losli. .- ftvt.KL l.A ClJ.VsL Jll'Tttl.V. Dr. l.LGOL, of Paria. ). not llieiuosle iuent Chemists of Europe, said : 1 hu moot astounding reaults may bo anttci iattd when Iodine, can he dissolved in pule vvalei." Ui. II. Amiuis, after lllteun yeara of sclciu ilie it-MUlih 111 d t xpeiiluciit, bus succicihil iu (lis solving or ciiid um' quurtvi' yraiim of Iod lie to each Uuitl ounce of vvaler, ami the most uskitthil iiij ) etsidt lutce Julian nl its uf-e, particiilaiL iu Mcrofula and kindred diseases. Clietilaia free. Ur. 11. Anders' Iodine Watir ia for hale by J. P. UiNhMOltE, 3(i Uey.stltet, New York, unit ah Uruggista. lv '237 tiy 't'litej-'K Vtgitulili- lliitiliig Hit I till For it is a Magic, Ointment, and will destroy and eure l'elons, Eever, Calomel, Eryaipolaa and Scrofula Sores, Ivy Poison, P.lieumatioin, Croup, Uiptheria, Cuts, Uurns, Uruisea Ac. And ia al so good lor paina in the Hack, Side and Chest, and ia a specific for Man or lieast. S. li. UAY. Agent, 183-lv St. Alb.tus. UNCEli, SCEOEULA, DYSTOii'.SIA" UVEll V Comi.laiut, ltheumatism, Neuralgia, cured. A liooU of 100 pages, sent Jrec to inva lids. Addiesa It. OllEKNE, M. 1)., 10 Temple Plat')-, Huston, Dliiss. ililul'lllit lion. INI'OIt.MATION guaranteed to produce a luxu riant growth of hair upon a bald head or 11 beardless face, also a recipe for thu removal ot pimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., on Hie skin, leaving thu same soft, clear, ami beautiful, can bo obtained without charge bv addressing THUS. V. CHAPMAN, Chemist, dli-ly 8211 Hroadvvav, Now York. The American Cooking Stove. ANonir.it Paths r Hnr. Wo underatmid Messrs. Shear, Packard .V Co. have been com pelled to commence a suit against Hunt ,v .Mil ler, of Hudson, for infringing the Patent on the Ash .Sifter iu the Amciicaii Cooking Stove. This ia the tilth suit they have been compelled o bring against different parties on this Stove. The four previous su.ts have lesulted favorably forS., 1. .v (.'o., and they mo determined to fol low up all eases of intiiugement until others cease from appropriating their improvements. AUnuiy J.'ct iiiinj Journal, July 20, 1SI1S. All persona are cautioned against selling or usinjf Stoves with a hhaktng Ash Sifter in tlie hearth, or under tho grate, aa thia improve ment is fully hccured to us by live dilleivnt Pa teiita, mid all persona selling or using htoves with thia improvement, wilt bo liable ti prosecu tion for infringement, aa we have granted 110 licenses to other patties to male or sell this im provement and all infringements will be prompt ly protccuted. EHEAIt, l'ACKAUD A CO., A.bmiy, N. Y. For Sale by D. M. WALKER, &"J ALU A NX, VT. SUlvvSm PI. O fry a box of i'i ami's Plantain Oiiitu.c it. Thu beat 1. vein the Word. Taku no other, but insist 1 1 aviug this, l'or alu by all Uruggista and onntry Uealera. U J, W. IOLAND, Manufacturer. D APElt COLLAJSS and CITES of all kinda JL at Wm. N. S.M1I11. A- 1 U .S. CK COATS EOlt SPltlNU, go to O W.u. ,. M.UITII .V CO. riAHE beit stock of Clothing 111 iliu buie just J. received at W.M. N. h.Ml I'll, A CO'o. 13-VNT8 mu Vcus 01 1 1 kinds just arriv. tl fct WM. N.tjiiiTllCOI., New Goods ! New Cojds ! ! ..it -...ai. ill-, ti.iii'n 111 111 I liili.ii. I .Mi. I. .in. leudy for rr.U; At STONE & FOSTER'S Iterevou will Iinil . lull Hi.....' iiii. L. iin.ui. ' ' I i np lur t nil lleie yutl Will lind a full line of Shaw In, ( heap for t ash. I Here you wi'l find n-jood ass -r, ufitt if I , ak i lugs iu alt i"ilors, ' I heap for ' nsh ! lleru you will lifnl a full ti.,.. .. n..i . ... ii. i.... "" j '1 i -ip tm ( ash. j lleio you ivill lluilatull li icof Wlmu O.t kN, i-neap lor i usn. Here vnn illl Uml u ir.n.l UUUi.,.t ti...i. . aim i.iiuuigs, .vii, Cheat) for Cash, Hcle vou will Und a eoiniileto Un. of llositu um .oi- i.uiues, chtnp fur I'tish. tt.U'fi I'.ill vrfll it, III li In.... .... . . (lie. ami dents Kid cilnves, Cheap for Cu h. iii1 lii.i.f. i. Ill I,.. I I It:.. . it ........ vou a large assoitmciil of r.id!tK (lomts. i ... ..... .i.i.ii. i.'iin iw in, ii. mil. in mu, ...1 ....1 .1... .... .1 i .. ' I can oiler inducements to our i-ust 01,1'1-rs thai 1. i-uui i i 11 uuiug 11 t-icuii ousi .,, vvia ur can a lord. To satisfy yoniselvi . call mi l txamii ipiiiiity mul pi ices. J P. .STONE, , l-tl UEO. 1 i'l).-,I'EU Oi tuber S. IPOS. o 1 FALL GOODS A 1 H, 0. POST, & 00, 'a T I'hl liECEIM-IU from -Sen Yo. It, a spimuli J Line ot ol New and t huic'i Dross Ciooda, Including Ihntu ers Clot lis EniiiL'eline. I'leiicli Hun.,. Dili, anil vvuoi, Mint ropltns I remii Men noes, with a great Variety of Plain and .'opliu Alpacas, and Cheiie Pop, ins, ail at 'Eli LOU 1'ltICL.S. We have a full Line if DUESS T HIMM1XG8I lyOUSIStlllg 01 Sin; I'riuL'es. lliaci. uml t oloivd Velvet Itlbhoiia. with Duttoiis and Gimps 10 match. Our Stock of Prints in 1. . .1 . 11 .... . . i.ieaeiieo ami iirown loiions, 1'c.ailis, III inci eveiy tiling le tlie line ot Domestic, is In also ti fu 1 lint of Cassimeres, Tinloi's Trim mings, liioves, Ilos cry, Slut wis, Ulltcliess Kidds, mid llieakfast hluiwla A iUi ice line 01 111 v lirocenes 111.1v uia;ivs found ill slock. . i new i,,n i.i.i, , . .1.1 111. VJU'.U .lllll 1 UL'IM 11 toie pill chasing else vv here. II. C. POST, ,t Co Cor. Main and Eairilcld Sta., St. Albans, Vt tl.Vlltllll 'U. A CARD. 1 ...I... .1..- hcartv tlmuka lor tho voi-v- llbi nil n.itmmi. ...i... ...it. hi . 1, v.t.ii.i, .vi ill,; 11 ill,; iiiiii jju iile ol thia Town and Couutv. not force! tintr liortiuii of Gruml Isle, Chittenden, and l.amoiil and aa they have icapoiided to all prut iutiri cut I..,. . 1...;.. .. r 1 ... :..f 11 .1 ,11. liiiii 11.,.. uii.ii.1. 1 ii;i..t ill iiniiini iiiimii ill 1 have established inver hi (lie l'.iiui- 'IViiHh tli ..1.1 f.ii. .1 i- 1.... 1 ..1.. "ii" "l. nmilH "1 DllHlUa IV L-ilSllllUIl. UIlll su: keep good and choice brands of Spring mid Wi tin- . Im ! I'I. in. f..,. ..1.. .....I 1.... .. arrangements aiemch that I can inakii it object fur you to give 1110 11 call. Olll) thitlfr is eit-l:iill. T nm linl-n In tir.il li'li.n and my motto will bo Sell I " T ....li ...... ....1. ..... tit T..1... , 1. and other kinds of Countiy Produce, J. J. UUItOESU. 120-2Cf5tf G. B. SMITH, ltotn.il Uealer in. Ilutl'alo and Fancy Sleigh Itohes, Fur Overcoat Ladies' Ureas Furs, Fur and Uuck Gloves Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac , Ac. ti.... ......... ...... .... 1 .,,... t. Machine, Monitor BSocU, Lnlie Stm St. Aiiuii.s, Vt. CASH 15 AID FOK SHIPPING FURS. 1117-tf filLliEli'l" 11. SMITH. U HOI1T Fit! "CHS of all kinda, iuat receivoil 1 ... win V v-11 I 'ell 1. 1 ret? ,. I U. II .III 111 HiHll ll III D Qi B OYSCLOTHINU of all kinds just receiv ud lit VV II. rt, .S.MIlll, iV (Jl) .S. 1 TATS, HATS, HATS. -IX CAPS, CAPS. CAPS. ah tne btyiea juat received ut WM. N. SMITH, k CO'S. 1 1 ccived al WM. N . SMI i H, .V CO S. TJOYSOverCoataof all kinda ot II l 11 K LMII I'll t. S1ftl B Li.ii.iv 1 aoisuilil 1 tnin u till luuua tltnv J ccived at W.M. N. SMI 111, AtO'S. '1LL mul see the beat Stock of Clothin KJ 11111a auu taps ami lMiriilshlug liooila 111 t ..liite. ut W.M V KVlITH .V CO T? .bu. 111 utliiiii. :m.l lints mul t.nivs. ni otLi'y tiling 111 tueir line. VUUTH'S CLOTHING of all Muda cheap A at W.U. N. S.MI 1 11, .V CU'S. BLACK Sack data iuovcry stylo, at WM. .Volutin CO'S, Smith's new lllock. 1 ,'ii.vuu M itistaiatu itei.ei aim.spour u 1. .1....1 it- 11 .iiii.i ii mu jjiui-tn ui UltEEN NICHOLS. No. I, LaAru tttruut. JO ut WM. A. .S.U11U, .VvJO .i. ff 1LULI11.VII III!' I'llll 1LI1I1 l.lllll'l. IllSL ICllll VVat Smith's now U.ock, W.M. N.SillTH.ALO' a "1 :NT S SH . WLS Jo (' at WM. N. SMITH, & CO. G 1 O TO WM. N. SMITH .v LUil 101- yu llhick Sack ( oa'a. 1 O ti WM. N. SMITH CO'S for Uuaiei fl -.Uv. ..l.l.l.