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VEBMONT T)A.IIuY TRANSCRIPT, OCTOBKR 21, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript, BT. ALBANY, VT. Wednesday Octohkt: 21, 1SG8. Republican Nominations ron president,, ULYSSES S. GRANT. KOH VICK 1'linSlDENT, SCHUYLER COLFAX. VKKMONT. For Mtctors at Large-Ozoiiov. W. Giiandey, of Vergemieii; H. FAtunANKS, of St. Jolnisbury. Fur Flictor - Third DWtrict Uhoiwr Wil Kixa. of Slnwc. llebcldom o the Rampage. The following '.irticle is copied from the New York Sun, an independent pa per in political matters, and for this reason it will be of groat interest to our readers. The flood-gates of violence are being ppened upon us again, all tnrougli the South, and it seems that brute force la to be made to balance the books against the moral influence and force of the great majority of the American people throughout tlrtj country. When the war closed the rebels were conquer ed, and they were satisfied to receive such terms as might be offered them. They would have been content ed to have given their allegiance to the Government of the United States, if that Government in all of its branches had required it of them, emphatically. Position after position has been yielded by thcExecutivo until the unrepentant rebels have forgotten the chastisement that has been given them, and they in turn insult flu power that spared their j Ives and property. Here is what the Sun says: The Southern rebels, unmindful of the fact that they owe their lives and re tention of what little property theirown suicidal folly has left them to the un paralleled clemency of their conquerors, seem bent on proving to the world that they arc undeserving of their good for tune, and that they ought to have been treated with a small portion, at least, of tnat rigor wtiieii, in every civilized country but ours, is thought to be the desert of trenson. Not content witii murdering private citizens, whose loyal ty and patriotism rebuke their own crimes, and whose willingness to assist in restoring to ordor tho chaos that suc ceeded the dowfall of the Confederacy has provoked their hatred, they have grown bold enough to begin again those acts of piracy which have given to Sem mcs and limine such infamous notori ety. A steamer, loaded with tinm and ammunition destined for the Govern ment of the State of Arkansas, has been seized on the great highway of the Mis sissippi river, by a band of desperadoes, and her lading destroyed. The outrage was committed openly, and without any attempt at concealing the identity of those engaged in it. No doubt it i"s considered among the unrepentant re bels of the neighborhood as a praise worthy achievement. The purpose of this piratical exploit is evidently to cripple the State Govern ment in any efforts it may make to pro tect the loyal inhabitants of Arkansas against their enemies, or to enforce the laws which inlerefeie with the sove reign will and pleasure of the rebel population. It is a bold defiance to the National Government, too; for it threatens a similar treatment to the arms and ammunition of the United States troops whenever they shall be sent into Arkansas to maintain the national authority. If there were a doubt left in any sane man's mind of the nature and feelings which animate a large por tion of the Southern people, it must be dispelled now. Tho rebellion is still smouldering, and only awaits a fitting opportunity to burst out into a llame which would enwrap the whole coun try, if it could. Much, if not all, of this prolongation of 'i contest which, according to every rule of common sense, should have been ended three years ago, is duo to the un patriotic course which many influential public men have taken. Instead of co operating in the permanent restoration of peace according to true Democratic principles, they have persistently main tained an attitude of friendship for the rebels aud hostility to the restoration of the national power. To crown their folly, they have nominated,as candidate for Vice-President, a man previously pledged to forcibly undo what little has been accomplished towards rebuilding the ruins left by the rebellion, and to once more put the dis.oyal element of the South in the ascendency. If lan guage means anything, Mr. .Blair's lan guage n.cans that if ho and Mr. Sey mour succeed at the approaching election some of the most important results of the victories of our arms shall be swept away, and everything of which their treason has now deprived them bo given back to the rebels. There can be no question that the nope of suoh a result lies at the bottom of these outrages at tho South, of which wc have, unhappily, to chronicle so many, and that It keeps alivo the passions which burned so fiercely during tho war. Legislature of Vermont J SOS, AFTERNOON. SENATE. Monday, Oct. 10. The Assistant Secretary la the chair. There boing no quorum prcacnt the Sonata adjourned, HOUSE. Monday, Oct. 10. In absence! of the Spcnkor, the House wis oallod to order by Mr. IMngry, of AVcatheralleld. On motion of Mr. Hall, of G niton Adjourned. SENATE. Tcksday, Oct. 20. Prayer by the Chaplain. The Journal of Thursday, Friday, and Monday, was lead and approved. RESOLUTION. By Mr. Dewey, that at half-past two o'clock this p.m., the Senate proceed, on its part, to tho election of a United States Senator for t lie full term of six year.-'. J. INT Ui:.SOI.UTION. By Mr. Walker, for a joint assembly at twelve o'clock on" ednesday. to com plete tho election of a U. S. Senator, agreeably to the act of Congress. Adopted. HILLS REFERRED. S. 19, relating to chattel mortgages; S. 20, relating to court expenses ; to judi ciary committee. S. 10, to advance the science of medi cine and surgery ; to committee on edu cation. H. bill to incorporate the Benson and Orwell Slate Co. ; also, the Brandon Manufacturing Co, ; to committee on manufactures. DILLS PASfe'ED. S. 2, amending the act to Incorporate tnc manners' Mutual I'iro insurance Company. S, 5. to incorporate Trustees for tl;o lund lor itKcu and infirm Emseon. 1 Her gyinen in the Diocese of Vermont. S. 0, incorporating Trustees for the support of the Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Vermont. S. 14, to amend the act of last session incorporating the Champlain Transpor tation Co. AFTERNOON. At half-past two. in accordance with a resolution adopted this morning, the Senate proceeded to vote viva voce f jr U. S. Senator for six years lrom4th March, 1860, with the following result, Senators Hard and Dale acting" as tell ers : Whole number of votes 20 Geo. F. Edmunds 20 Tho President announced the election of Mr. Edmunds on the part of the Senate. HOUSE. Tuesday, Oct. 20, Prayer by the Chanlain. Journals of Friday and Monday read anu approved. HILLS INTItOUt'CKlJ AND Rl.FU'.R KD By Mr. Pingry, of Weathersfiold, to amend sec. 18 chap. 126,gcneral statutes, relating to salaries and fees (paying 10c. a mile and $5 per day for eachWsistaut judge of tho county) ; t: judiciary com mute?. By Mr. Dunn of Fairfax, to Janiend sees. 13 of chap. 22, general statutes, re lating to town superintendents and town committees requiring the town com mittees to attend the public examina tions of the teachers, and a majority of such committees shall decide to whom to issue certificates, &c ; to committee on education. By Mr. Frisbie, of Poultney, provid ing for the compensation of States' At torneys and taxation of costs in criminal cases fixing the fees to bo paid in lleuof the present salaries of States' Attor neys; to special committee on Gover nor's Message. By Mr. Wood, of Fairhaven, to amend the act approved Nov. 10, 1SG6, entitled levy of execution ; to judiciary committee. The bill provides for the exemption of such suitable apparel, bedding, tools, arms, and articles of household furni ture as may be necessary for upholding life, one sewing machine kept for use, one cow, the best swine, sheep not ex ceeding 40 in number, and one year's product in wool, yarn, or cloth; forage for keeping not exceeding 10 sheep and cow through the winter, 10 cords of fire wood, 20 bush, potatoes, such military arms and accoutrements as the debtor is required by Jaw to fu.nish, all growing crops, 10 bush, grain, 1 brl. of llour, a swarms of bees and hives together with their produce in honey, 200 lbd. of sugar, all lettered gravestones, tae Bibles and other books kept and used in the family, 1 pew or s.ip in a church, live poultry not to exceed $10 in value, the profes sional books and Instruments of physi cians, the professional books of clergy nun and attorneys not to excoid $300 in value, 1 yoke of oxen or steers a? the debtor may select, 1 or 2 horses kept and used for team work such as the debtor may select in lieu of oxen or steers not to exceed $300 in value, 1 wagon or cart, 1 set of harnesses, 1 sleigh or sled, 1 yoke, chains suitable lor team or farm work, forage su til clent for 1 yoke of oxen or two horses through the win ter. By Mr. Brigham, ofllydepark, to em power certain railroad companies to consolidate with each other and with connecting railroads (tho Essex Co. R. R., tlio Montpclier & Wells River R. R. and the Lamoille Valley R. R. author ized to consolidate with each other and with other roads for building a connect ing road from Ogdensburgh toPortland); to oommitto on railroads. From the Senate, S. 5, to Incorporate the trustees of tho fund for aged and in firm clergymen of tho Episcopal church iu the Diocese of Vermont ; to commit tee ou corporations. From the Senate, S. 0, to Incorporate the trustees of the fund for the support of the bishop of tno Episcopal church In the Diocese of Vermont ; to committee on corporations. By Mr. Brigham, of Hydepark, relat ing to tho rate of interest (six por cent, to be the legal rate where there is no agreement in writing leaviug tho right to take a greater rato when agreed to in writing;; to judiciary committee. RESOLUTIONS. By Mr. Wales, of Burlington, that at half-past 11 o'clock this a.m., the Hoiuo procco I to the election of V. S. Senator. Adopted. Jjy Mr. YVlioolock, or Merlin, that hereafter the House hold afternoon ses sions, as provided for by sec. 1 of the mles; adopted. By Mr. Wood, of Falrhaven, that a committee of one representative from each county be appointed by the Speak er, to inquire as to the neccslty of In creasing tho salaries of Judges of t ho Supreme Court ; adopted. JOINT RESOLt'TlON. From the Senate, for a joint assembly for completing the election of U. S. Sen ator to-morrow, at 12 o'clock ; concurred in. ELECTION OF UNITED STATES SENATOR. At half past 11 o'clock, the Speaker directed tho House to the election of U. S. Senator, to serve this State in the Congress of the United States, for the term of six years from the 4th of March next, and directed the mem hers to rise in their seats as their names were called and name the person they would elect for U. S. Senator. Mr. Miner, of Manchester, nominated as a candidate for Senator, Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds, of Burlington, and fcai'l : Mr. Speaker I do m.t deem it necessary, but it is highly propr to make a nomination to this House for this highest and(most im portant official position in the gift of tl.o people of this State. On the death of our lamented and much loved Senator Foot, the Governor appointed to 1111 the vacancy thus cre ated, our then distinguished fellow citizen, the Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds, of Burlington, who immediately took his p ace in that exalted body, the Senate of ine United tetates. When the Legislature assembled in October, 1800, there were three U. S. Senators to be elected, one for the full term, and two to 1111 the vacancies occa sioned by the deaths of Senators Colla mer and Foot. Without any caucus nominations ( witnout any names being piesented in i this House and, as I believe, without !... U.i! C . ' c ,,, uuy euiJsuiiuuoii, senator luorru, Judge Poland, and Mr. Edmunds, were severally unanimously elected by the Republicans of both Houses of this Leg islature. 1 think I may eafely say that the Legislature and the people of this en lightened State had great confidence in Mr. Edmunds, and high expectations from his election. Certainly, sir, such was my trust, and I may now well say that our Inch est hopes have been fully realized. I have yet to learn that ho has ever given u vote, or performed an act, as taenator, which has not been In full accord with his constituents. His ability and licU'luy are adding a oriirmcr lustto to tno proud eminence which Vermont occupies in the sister- nooci oi btates. I therefore present his name for re election, and titnl that he will receive tho votes of all in this body who love the Union of these States, and who would preserve this noble Government tnc rich Heritage left us by our lath ors Mr. Converse, of Woodstock, express- sed his admiration of Mr. Edmunds, who stood a peer in tlio highest and most dignitied legislative body in the united btates. Mr. Bishop, of Bolton, nominated Hon. Timothy P. Redlleld. The roll having been called, it appear ed that Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds had received 188 votes ; Hen. Timothy I: Redlleld had received 11 votes : and thereupon the Speaker announced that HON. CIL'O. V. EDMUNDS, having received a majority of all the votes cast, is duly elected, on the part of this House, United States Senator for the term oi six years from the 4th of Marcli next. On motion of Mr. Miner, ofManches teradjourned. The Chronicle of the Times. The Feast of the Husbandmen Thej wait for the Iteturn of the Messen gerafrovi the Frovincc of the Quak ers A great Strife rageth concern ing who shall be Chief Ruler. And it came to pass in these days that the Province of tlio Green Moun tains laughed with the harvest of the husbandman nnd was glad witii the fatness of his flocks and the fullness of his barns. 2; And peace and plenty were abroad in that land covering it as with a gar ment from the Strawberry Bank by the sea unto'Coos which is over ajalnst the Province of the Kennucks. 3. AVhcrefore procla nation went f orth unto all the people saying, Bring yo of your fruits and your flocks and your handiw ,rk, up to the cities and chief places. 4. That it may io seen and known of men, where fatness most aboundeth and where tho skill of cunning men and women most obtaineth. 5. And the people went tin oven as they were desired, bearing of their in crease. 0. So that the inns and houses of the cities would scarce contain them all, foi their name was Legion. 7. But when tho feasts of tho husband men were endul, tho people returned with one accord unto their homes. 8. Waiting to see what reports should come from the Quaker Province which is over against Jarsee. and from tlio Buckeye Province, which is rich In horses and lands, and from the home of tlio Hoosier, which is In Diana. 0. Vos tho Tammaueeltca had sent messengers unto these provinces, even as they did unto the Pino Tree Province. 10. If peradventure they might seduce them to the following after Seemoro the Rioter, and Jeph the Repudiator. 11. And they went fortli clad in tlio armor of desperation, and bound round about with a girdle of despair, bearing much scrip, and abounding In soft words, 12. And they wrought diligently in season and out of season, sparing neith er pains nor scrip nor lies, nor soft words. 13. For theso provinces were very great, and much people lived therein, so that they had much to gay concerning tho Chief Ruler, nnd ns their voice, f-o was the voice of the nation. 14. Wheroforo, the Dimmlcrats said, ono to another, Except the Buckeyes nnd the Howlers, with the Quakers nl- 83. shall hear us and believe our report, wo Biiaii an iiKewisc perisii. lo. f or verny t no otner province? i which bn not rebels have declared i a n'nst us. and will have Inone of us. 1 neither us nor our doctralnes. 10. Wherefore it beconieth us to ytrlve, as man striveth for his life, lest i nose too east us on. 17. And there be neither power, nor , pilfcrlngs, nor plottlngs left unto us, neither concubines lor our conuort, nor whisky for our thirst, nor clothes for our nakedness, except we pay for them with scrip. IS. And they strove. 11). But tho Republicans also reasoned one with another, saying. zn. it only lacicetn that these provin ces should stand by us, that these fel lows which ho called Dlmmicrats go Btralght-Way and hang themselves, even as did that Dimmicrat of old. 21. Therefore let us strive that the world be rid of them now and forev er. 22. And they strove. 23. Wherefore tho light was fierce and commotion was great in all that coun try. 24. And the people of the Province of the Green Mountains, waited watching as it is written. Manchester Mirror. Special Notices. Tweiitg-Jlce learn Praetlec In tlio Treatment of l)ine;iHea incident to Fe males, lias placed Dr. Dow at tliu head of all the pliVHieiaiiH niakiiiK stui'li practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantcu a speedy and perman ent cure in tin- worst cases of Sttiipretsion and all oilier Meiiklninl Deruugvnwits, from whttl ci'cr cause. All letters for udvicu must contain 1. Oillec, No.'.l Kndicott Street, liohtou. N. li. Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treatment. Doston. July, 1S0S. 22G lvrdiw IQlU'Ol'N ol'Voutli. A GENTLEMAN' who suffered for years from SX. nervous debility, and premature decay, and all tae enects oi youtlilul iioiseietion, will, tor the sake of sull'ering humanity, bend free to all who need it, the receipt and directions for mak ing the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by tho advertiser's experience, can do o bv addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN 11. OGDEN, KiC-lv 42 Cedar Street, New Ycnk. rn he GltEAf NEW ENGLAND ItEMEDY 1 Dr. J. W. POLAND'S WHITE MNE COM POUND. Cures Sore Throat Colds, Coughs, Dipthoria, llroncnitis, Spitting of Klood, and Pulmonary nffectiona generally. It is a remarkable remedy tor Kid ney Complaints. Diabetes, Diffi culty of Voiding Urine,' Weeding from tho Kidneys and lllftdder, Gravel and other Complaints. Boston, Jan. 20, 1808. Poland's White Pine Comvocnd. Alter hav ing given it a thorough trial we can confiden tially recommend Poland's AVhito Pine Com pound as a very valuabio article for the cure of colds, coughs, and pulmonic complaints gen eraly. In several cases we have known it to give prompt relief when all other remedies had been tried and tailed. It is an article, which in a climate so promotive of sudden and severe (.olds as is that of New England, ought to be in every family ; and wo are sum that those who once obtain it and give it a fair trial, will not tliereaitcr be willing to bo without it. Jiontuu Journal. A Valuable Mnmuisi:. -Dr. Poland's White Pino Compound, advertised in our columns, is a successful attempt to combine and apply the medicinal virtues of tho Wliito Pine Hark. It has been thoroughly tested by peoplo in this city and vicinity, and tho proprietor has testi monials to its value from persons well known to our citizens. We recommend its trial in all those cases of disease to which it is adapted. D is for sale by all our Druggists. A. V. Ind't. The Wliito Pino Compound is now sold in eery part of the United States and British Prov. inces. Prepared at tlio New England Botanic De;xt, Boston. Mass. 2:ili-17 OTH PATCHES, FHECKLES AND TAN. THE ONLY RELIABLE REMEDY For thoso brown discolorations on tho face is " Perrv's Moth and Frecklo Lotion." Prepared only by Br. B. C. Perry, 4'J Bond St., New York. SSold everywhere, sn-iilO-Gm DYSPEPSIA, There is no diseaso which experience, has so amploy proved to bo remediable by tho I KttUVIAX SYUUP, ( t protected solution of tho Protoxide of Iron), as Dyspepsia. The most inveterate form of this (liiease have boon completely cured by this medicino, as ampin testimony of some of our first citizens proves. 1'liOM THE VENERABLE ARCHDEACON SCOTT, D.D. Dt'.siiAti, Canada East. " I am an invoterutu Dyspeptic ol jioiie TnN 25 yEAits sr.Nnio." " 1 have 1icen so wonderfully bene fited in the three short weks during which I have use tho Peruvian Syrup, that I can scarce ly persuade myself of tho reality. Peoplo who liave known me are astonished at the change. I am widely known, and can but recommend to others that which has douo so much forme." ANOTHER CLERGYMAN LOWS : WRITES AH FOL- " My voyage to Europe is indefinitely post poned. I have discovered the " Fountain of Health" on this side of tho Atlantic. Three bottles of Peruvian Syrup have rescued me from tlio fangs of tlio fiend Dyspepsia." A pamphlet of :)2 pages, containing a history of this remarkable remedy, with a treatise ou " Iron as a medicine," will be sent froo to any address. Tho genuine has " Pekuvian Rvnur" blown in the glass. J. P. DINSMORE. Proprietor, UlJ Dey Street, New York. Sold bv all Druggists. lw-2J7 TO FEMALES. DR. FRED'K MORRILL, Physician and Kur geon, gives exclusive attention to Diseases oi women. He has mado diseases of woman his study for the past twenty years. His practice has been ve.-y extensive both in Hospital aud in private practice. His reputation has vouchers in all tho city papers, his patients, and the medi cal profession, both hero and abroad, as being the most skillful specialist here, and a thorough master of all sexual diseases. Dr. Morrill is admitted by the best medical talent of the country to have no equal in tho treatment of Female Complaints, audit is no un usual occurrence for phyoicians in regular prac tice to recommend patients to him for treatment when afflicted with diseases in his speciality. Ladies will receive tho most scientific atten tion, both medically and surgically, witii private apartments during sickness, and with old and experienced nurses, if they wish. The poor advised freu of charge. Physicians or patients wishing his opinion or advice, by let ter, and enclosing the usual fee, will bo answered bv return mail. "Mcdicinea sent to allparts of the country. OiUco, No. 48 HOWARD STREET, 2U-Lr Boston Mm. P ,V. Try -l '"J" !' I'"' ,M,1ll I X. Ointment. Tho bent i it vc in tlio World. ' Take no other, but Insist .n luivliiu this. Kon m ""KR""'" " .oniuw iicbio. " J' XcuL, "1ANCER, SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER V.' comi ' Coin) liiint, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ac, cured. A Look of 101' pages, cent frer to invii !''! Address It. GREENE, .M. 1)., l Temple , lMiu-f, Huston, .Mux. WOMAN. lKMAl.KS, OWINO TO Till! PIX'ULIAH X. anil Important ii'lntionn winch tlicVKUs tain, tlicir peculiar orminlziitioiv, niultliu oIIUts : w iienorm, aiv mihjivt to many HiuierniRH lit edoin tiom these contribute In no email ile- cree to their happiness and welfare, for none can be happy wlio are ill. Not only so, but no one of these various female complaints can long be suffered to run on without involving tho general health of tho individual, and ere long producing permanent sicuness anu premature decline. Kor is it pleasant to consult a physician for tho re lief of these various delicate affections, and only upon the most urgent necessity will a true woman so far saciitlce her greatest charm as to do this. The sex will then thank us for placing in their hand simple upeeitlcs which will be found efllcacious In relieving and curing almost every one of thoso troublesome complaints pecu liar to the sex. IIllmuolp's ExTiiAcr oi- Ilfcnc Hundreds sutler on in silence, and hundreds of otheis ap ply vainly to druggists and doctors, who either merely tantalize them with the hope of a cuie or apply remedies which make thein worse. I would not wisli to assert anything that would do i jus tice lo the afflicted, but 1 am obliged to say that although it niiiy be produced lrom excessive ex haustion of the powers of life, by laborious em ployment, unwholesome air and food, profuse menstruation, the use of tea and coffee, and tre tpient childbirth, it is far oftener caused by di rect irritation, applied to the mucous membrane of tho viigma itself. When reviewing tho causes of these distres sing complaints, it is most painful to contem plate the attendant evils consequent upon tlieiu. It is but bimple justice to tho subject to uiiuni e rut u a few of the many additional causes which so largely affect the lile, health, ami happiness of woman in all classes of society, aud which, consequently, affect nioro or less direcily, the welfare of the entire human family. The mania that exists for piecocious education and mar riage, causes the years that nature designed for corporeal development to bo wasted and per verted in the restraints of dress, the early con finement of school, and especially iu the un healthy excitement of the ball-loom. Thus, with the body halt-clothed, and the mind unduly excited b pleasure, perverting iu midnight revel tho hours designed by nature for sleep and rest, the work of destruction is half accom plished. In consequence of this early strain upon her system, unnecessary effort is required by the delicate votary to retain her situation in school at a later day, tints aggravating the evil. When one excitement is over, another in prospective keeps the mind morbidly sensitive to impression, whin tho now constant restraint of fashionable dress, absolutely forbidding the exercise indis pensable to the attainment and retention of or ganic health and strength ; the exposure to night air; the sudden chango of temperature ; the complete prostration produced by excessie dancing, must, of necessity, produce" their legi timate effect. At last, an early marriage caps the climax of misery, and tho unfortunate one, hitherto so utterly regardless of the plain dic tate' and remonstrances of her delicate nature, becomes an unwilling subject of medical treat ment. This is but a truthful picture of the ox poience of thousands of our young women. Long before tho ability to exercise the func tions ot the generative organs, they require an education ot their peculiar nervous system, com posed of what is calleel the tissue, which is, in common with tho female breast and lips, evid ently under the control of mental enotions and associations at an early period of life ; and. as we shall subsequently see, these emotions, when excessive lead, long "before pnberity. to habits which sap the very life of their victims ere na ture has self-completed their development. For Female Weakness and Debility, Whites or Lcueorihcea, Too Profuse Menstruation, Ex haustion, Too Long Continued Periods, for Pro lapsus and Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, wo offer the most perfect specilic known : Helm hold's CojirouM) Extiiact of Bucmi. Direc tions for use. diet, and advice, accompany. Females iu every period of life, trom infancy to extreme old age, will lind it a remedy to aid nature iu the discharge of its functions. Strength is tho glory of manhood and womanhood. Helmuold's Extract Bucitu is nioro strength cuing than any of the preparations of Bark or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleasant. Helm hold's Extiiact Bucitu, having received the in dorsement of the most prominent physicians in the United States, is now offered to afflicted hu manity as a certain cure for the following disea ses and symptom j, from whatever cause origin ating : General Debility, Mental and Phvsical Depression, Imbecility, Determination of Blood to the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, Restlessness and Sleeplessness at Night, Absence of Muscular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite Dyspepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disorganization or Paralysis of tho Organs ot Generation, Palpitation of the Heart, and, m fact, all the concomitants of a Nervous aud De bilintcel state of the system. To insure the genuine, cut this out. Ask for Helmuoll's. Tako no other. Solel by Druggists anel Dealers everywhere. Price 1.25 per bottle, or six bot tles tor j u.ou. Delivered to any address, ues cribo symptoms iu all communications. Address H. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Ware house, b'Ji Broadway, N.l None are cenuino unless done tin in steel- engraved wrapper, with fao-smile of my Chemi cal Warehouse, and signed H. T. HELMBOLD. 237-d.tw-9w THE ELECTION O F Grrarit & Colfax BRINGS not only a return of j eace, but a marking down in tho prices of first class "lloiticultural Stock, "of which tho subscriber will furnish, for the tpring Planting of 18G'J, good trees aud plants ut the following Low Prices : Standard Apple, 1st chss, -ICG lent per 100 t'M do Pear, do do do lo do do extra size, each ilto$1.5U Dwarf Apple, 1st class, do 7jc. do do baaring size, do $1 do Pear do do do il to f 1.50 do do 1st class do 75c. Cherry trees, standard or dwarf 75c. Plum trees, Ut class $1 Delaware, Concord, Diana, Hartford, Prolitlc, Crcneling, Rebecca, Allen's Hyliud, and other good Grapes $10 por doz Adirondack, Iona, and Israella 18 per doz Roger's Hybrids, Nos. 13, 10, I, !l, 13, 0, 32 $15 each Roger's Now Salem, one year, it. 50 do do do two years t'i do New Hybrid Diana, Hamburg, two jears fa do Ornnnir'ntal Tree. Shrub and Vines, Ifoiif-e it Redding Plant, And Hedge Plants, IN SHORT, ANY'lJllXU Iu thu above line furnished at prices as low as the market affords. Pleabo address, P. 0. Box 311. GEO. W. WHITLOCK, Dealer in Fruit Trees, 238 Burlington, Vt. PANTS aud Vests of all kinds just arrived at WM. N. SMITH COU To (,' Honorable Supreme Court i . . ,, , ,,, ... be holden at &t. Albans. ui thi next to in ana for the County of .Franklin, on the Jlrst Monday after the second Tues day of January, A. I). 1SG0: TOUll Petitioner, Catherine Bell whose X maiden name was Catherine Frcnchj, of Franklin, In the County orFranl.lin, in thu Stale pi Vermont, respectfully shows that on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1S57, at Franklin aforesaid, she was lawfully man led bv Rev. L. H. French, a Minister of the Gospel tlien lesidlng in said Town of Franklin, to Henry H. Boll, then of said Franklin. And your petitioner further sIiowk that from the time of said marriage, she lived with the said Henry H. Hell, in the strict obser vance of all the duties enjoined upon I or by the imiri iuge coinraci until on or anout tlie 1st uav of August, A. 1). 18C5, when tho said Henry It. Bell, without just cause or provocation, deserted your petitioner, and never has, sincu that time, returned to our petitioner, and for more than three years last past ho has lived separate and apart trom your petitioner. Your jictlouer shows that said HenrvH.Boll h. and lias been for more than flvo years last past, a man of intemperate and shiftle-ss habits, and has contributed but a trilling amount, dur ing all that time, towaid the t,upport of the minor child of said Henry and your petitioner - a little daughter now seu-.i years old -.ml of your petitioner; Your petitioner therefore pvavs that the Bunds ot Matrimony may bo dissolved and a Bill of Divorce granted your petitioner from tlis said Henrv H. Bell, and for I lie imih(,w1v nf ualil diUil Dated at Franklin, Oct. 1. 18G8. CATHERINE BELL. Norman A. Laselle's Estate, rpiIE subscribers having been appointed In I t1, II, .,,-. .1,1. .!,... I. n. r:..- amine anu ad list .111 claims mul ilmitnuiln nf nl nersoiis acainst tho estate of Mnrmnn A. t.nur.llo all claims and demands exhibited in offset there ... .1.. i. i ... . Ill UHM I Ml,', tlk ,1m fl.d.lililJ ... un.il .1..AI... r.. It. livlltllif llt',.-j Mini,. t.iulin..tli.A niultliu 1... line (is. u in in 11 ,u miii iiiiitiKi in inn minus o V T...M..IL. in Uii.nt.ii, I.. ili..:.a 2nd Mondays of 1-ebruaiy and April, A. D, 18GU it... 1. i ijii- uin-iuui'ii, ijii di;ii iu sum ii;ij n. Dated at Swanton, this 8th day'of October, A II. IMIiS. WM.H. BLAKE, I ,,- A. B. JEWELL, i 1 om JOSEPH N. LEANARD'S ESTATE. r. if li ;, ; , !...., r iiii niiusv;i im-in, uatiiiK uitii aijiiiuiui'u o of Franklin. Commissioners, to receive, exam ...r. a ...I n ,1 I ..., ..11 ..I...... ..1 .1.... a ...... ..r - thereto, do hereby give notice that six month llltl'llf! III' Willi fflMI'f t l (it.. .I'.lll I 1.1,'U tt unid .1. ceased, to exhibit and nrove tlicir resnectiv claims, before us, and that wo will attend toth i., 1T..1.1...1, i.. i.-..:.. ,.:.i iti. tun K(.iiinii Almw MV nl liliriini'V. A. ll . iki; lrom llliieliw'k in the torpnonn till tour o clue in the afternoon on said dav. H. E. HUBBELL, " I , GEO. A. BALLARD. (Vunmisnioucr. A. IK, 1SU8. 237-3 UNTfED .'STATES) 2,5'JS lbs. Butter. J U. S. Marshal's Sate. "OURSUANT to a Warrant of Sale t IIM'll'll. IMMIM'll ItllL III Llll! I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 IJITtlTI Court of the United States for the District Vermont. I hereby uivo notice that I will sell I IllllltT illlL'lltlll 11L Hill riL'IL'IH JJI!1IIIL 111 Llll, II! niont and Canada Railroad, at St. Albans, i .V. Ut XQIKI, Ul IV l .1,IV1. Ill I11U 1U1 VHWl'll, IV liiousauu live nuiiui cu ami sixiy-cigiu pounds by an interlocutory order of said Court. "Dated at Chester, in said District of Vermon this uth day of Uctolier, A.li. lHUS. II. H. HENRY. U. H. Jlarslial. mont in the matter or LOR EN S. HENDRIX. .....in. ill, " . iifi i.,' . ..., ..i.v.v . .-ij.ii sicnee of Loreu S. Hendrix, of Montgomery, the County of Franklin and Statu of Vermon within said District, who has ben adjudged Court of said District. of September. A. D. 1BG8. LUCIUS ROBINSON, Assignee. T. XT 11 ter of James McKeuney, Bankrupt-To whom may concern: Tho undersigned hereby gives n MoKeimey of Itichford in tho County of Frankli and Statu of Vermont, within said District, wl linn ui.-.. u.ii u..i.u u uuiim uu. uuuu ..119 u petition by the District Court of said District. 11 lll'll SL illll Illll . Ill H1L1I1 IflHllU'L. llll, It duv of September. A. D., 1SG8. LUCIUS ROBINSON, Assignee. aw-'jaa JAM KS WAIiKKKS USTA'I' State of Vermont, ) District of Fraklin, ss. ) To all persons interested iu the Estate . IIIIDU 1!III.(1V III I. till lllir lr:iIH. Ill IllUNILIll II trict, deceased, Greeting, 1111 .1.1 f 1 1... 11. t ...1 11 nr.. administration account of Warren Robinson, a ceased, auelor.lereu that mimic notice thereof given to all persons interested iu said estate, tlio day assigned lor mien settlement, Therefore), you are hereby iiotihed to appe in., iiiiv fiMii.tiifi then Hint tiinrn tn intiriht t allowance of said account, if you see cause. Given under my hand, at St. Albans, this 29 diy of September, A. !., 1S0S. ...inniT ... . . .... r , State of Vermont, District of Franklin. I nn. . y t ii.... i ... "i . j i ii- i. of Franklin. iu mi iieisous uiicrcsiiu in uiu r.seniu oi iiuoo 'itdjAim .if l'.tii'(li.1fl liwifitmir hm. .. ii,...:.... i..,.i. i... i a.v.vw.. u,','t.vi.,iu.. ... ,.......f) '. I....... r. ..... ... ..li ..ii .1... w. rnhiiiu ut iin nam nsiu. hiiviuvuiiia .,ii uiti .......... .. ,.! :.i M.l n. ..1 .,..:.... .1..... that the said Joseph Casscau has an inten in ce'taiu real Estate in tho town of Fa it. .1.1 ... .1.... u.... . .. .1 i.i i. . ducivn to the interest of said ward that tho sai 1.,. u..l.l .1 l.. il. a r . . or iiivesteii iu sioeiis or otner re al estato. a therefore said Court appoints and assigns t 1 1. .1 ..." . .1 ..i . . . T . i.t n ... il. . 1 ... .1.. . , , . . , , , . . j Office, at St. Albans to hear and decide up ' such application and that public notice then ue given to all persons interested iiiereiu publishing this order tin ee weeks uuccessivi circulates m tno neiL'iiuoruoou oi tnc ucrtons terested therein all of which miblications shall : iiiereioro vou are nereiiv liouueei io aouear ' then and there to object to the granting of su license, if vou seo cause. Given under my hand at tho Probate Office : si. Aiuans tins rjtu day ot September, a. HSG8. ) l!.'J... MVni.V W 111ITT.'V Tmlna aO I O WM. N. and vest. I r VERCOATH of all kinds .11 t vm. v hmitit. A-rrva