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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, OCTOBER 3 19, lRfiS.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. Tur.snAY, OcTonmi, 7 1SC8. Republican Nominations FOIt l-imSIDKNT, ULYSSES S. GRANT. von vick rnnsiDENT, SCI-ItTYIER cot-pax. VKIIMONT. For Elector tit Isirgr-QmnuR W. Ohandky, oi Vercennes; II. TMnnxvKnt St. Johnsbury. for Elector Third District -OEonnr, Wil Ktss. of Stnvve. Rcverdy Johnson at Liverpool. Our readers will remember the great unanimity with which the Sennte con firmed the nomination of Revenly John son of Maryland, Minister to tne Courl of St. James. Our Country had much to expect from him on account of hit loyalty to the government daring the war, his great experience as a lawyer and his thorough acquaintance with the wants of the American people by reason of his long continued presence in the National Legislature. But it scemB that we arc cheated agaiu. Rcv erdy Johnson is n Mary.ander, and has lived too near the F. F. V.8. all his .life to be of service to a truly Democratic people. In his associations with, the aristocratic rulers of England, he for irets the interests of the great mass of the people of the United States, the bone and sinew of the laud. The English are great feeders, and love their beef steak and belicvo in generous dinners washed down with old Tort. Rcverd:' Johnson is captivated with the custom ; he falls an easy prey to the seductions of the English. Every thing is pleas ing abroad, and he forgets in the flow ing bowl, the business upon which he was sent. He dines with the Ship builder Laird who built the private ships that preyed upon our commerce during the w ir, and fraternizes with T nl.n1 n rrnn t.a fill d Rebel sympathizers eenerally. Here is what the New York Sun says : Mf Tinvordv Johnson has been under .-nine ft round of banquets ever since he ...... Ainbiu miirianu : ana at eiieli tie his awoitnu'nfl hn tniid an if he liked it' To nrevaricate is a part of the regular duty of a dinlomat. Mr. Johnson has had little experience as an envoy, but lie is a lawver of forty or fifty years' siutict hjg, has won many tough suits, and is. kilfultoclve high coloring on any case iinHprtnkos. Rut when ho tries to con vince the British people, and especially the British Minlstery, that the ruling elements of their country and onus own , nnil the commercial and manufacture classes of each, have always cherished for one another a depth oi tUlectlon tnai surpasses the love of women, lie utters wr11-l 11 formed nersou in n iiov v. - both nations knows to be false. Mr. Johnson claimed, in his Liver pool speeches, that he and Lord Stanley bad arrived at a common point 01 arcu ment on all outstanding questions be tween the two nations, exceptiug claimn arisinn out of th$ late war, and Lord Btnnlev confirmed his statement. This very confirmation makes us suspicious that on all important ana conrrpyerieu subjects Engiaud has toad pretty mucn her own way, while our envoy nai been turned off with around of dinners However, as, on their own bhowing, ail the troublesome matters yet remain tc be adiuatud. we think they bed bettei put a stopper on their congratulations, and drink their wipe in silenep incj tret through. Mr. Johnson talks and eats too much, and is not sufflcienty select in his tin nnnlnni. At, Kllfilllcld he llOCKCteU t. I insults of Roebuck, who hates audstinc America with all the intensity oi M waspish nature ; at Liverpool he dined with Laird, who built the coi$ urn tnat wept our flag from the seas ! Let iu be thankful that after the 4th of March next we shall have a Minister in En land who will better understand whai is due to the dignity of his pfllcg and his country. The Good Templars. The following communication ha: been handed us for publication by j worthy citizen of St. Albans, and him self a Good Templar. It seems that the author is not well pleased with the Afes tenner' a articles throwing 'cold water' on the enterprise. The organization ol Good Templars hru done a good work in St. Albans, and we wish them God peed, and give their communication a place In our columns. Editor of the Trctmcript: Sib Your vsnerable cotemporary. the St. Albans Mettengcr, in its issue 01 Saturday, the 24th inst.. succeeds In otiing off another wf its eotupjlmauts, orcr the left, for the order of Good Tetn plars in tills place. Tho first of these very encouraging articles appeared on the lTtli inst., and, by misstatements and artful Insinuations, succeeded in spreading abroad the impression that St. A bans Lodge, No. 3J, was rapidly de creasing in numbers, and was just on the point of being broken up by internal difficulties, all of which was, and ia, perfectly erroneous. The number of withdrawals at tho time alluded to was but three, instead of five, as stated, and wo.c presented on p irely personal grounds not having any relation whatever to differences of opinion that might or might not have existed in the Lodge at that time. Tho report of the V. S., which will be prescu tod at the next meeting of tho Lodge, will show a large increase in the number of members for the present quarter, notwithstanding some have withdrawn and others have been ex- polled. If these articles, especially the first one, are fair specimens of the encour agement which is to be given by thoso who . laini to bo on the side of sobric y ind morality to those who arc striving to lesson, in some degree, the amount of liquor-drinking which now disgraces our beautiful village, it will not be sur prising if they become discottragcd,give up the contest, and allow King Alcohol to have full sway. IIoping,whcn our frle d tlr; Ac&sjevi- gcr has occasion to speak of tho Gpod Fcmplars again, that what it H"-1- sa3' will be more picturing and,, satisfactory than its two la t efforts it that direction nave been, I leave tho, subject l'or the present. Good Templar. St. Albans, Oc.t, 20th, 1SG3. Jack tjjk Giant Kilumi Rcdivi- vus. Thq.S);jVf of the Times says : O'Baldwin, the Irish Giant, who is con siderable of a bully and entiicly a fraud, fancied his dignity infringed upon re cently, and threatened the infringer with a "mash on his b y nose," to quote the phraseology of tho fine old Irish gentleman. The young Knicker bocker thus threatened with the giant's wrath did not seem to mind it much, but, on the contrary, landed heavily on O'Baldwin's head with a short cano and levelled him. One of O'Baldwin's henchmen attempted to protect his fall en chief, and was also sent to grass, or to the cobblestone? of Houston Street. It is said that O'Baldwin is rather of the Noah Claypolc order, and on tho hin chin lay," but this time, to use an ex pressive phrase, ho "picke I up a nail." California Gold. On the 22d inst., the United Slates Sub-Treasurer at San Francisco shipped half a million dollars in gold to the Secretary of the Treasury at Washington, making a total of $8,000, 000 of gold sent to the- Treasury of the United States since the 1st of January, 180S. -tr1 Western Cattle. Tho State De partment has received a despatch from the U. S. Consul at Toronto, Canada, relative to the removal of tho prohibi tion on the transportation of cattle from the United States through Canada. The Consul encloses a letter from tho Secre tary of the Ontario Board of Agriculture, saying, an order in Council had been passed by the Government on the 1st of October, to the effect Jiat, representa tions having been made that the Texas eatt.e fevor had almost disappeared, the prohibition on the transportation of cat tle thoulri be removed fiom anu after the 8th inst., under the inspection of duly appointed officers for the ports o. Windsor and Sarnia. The difficulty which existed Lctwe.n the Catholic Bishop of Chicago and his clergy is now at an end. The final de cision hasj been given against the clerey and in favor of the Bishop. Archbishop Kenrick, of St. Louis, leceived ordeis from Rome to inquire into the whole matter and report to tho Prefect of the Sacred College the rciultof his.invcs.. tjation. This he did, and sent on hit i-eport,which h .s been examined, and thg 11 charges preferred against the Bishop arp pronounced to be frivolous o. also, so that tho journey of thp 1& , Mr. McMull.n to Rome will bo in vain, as he must bow to the decision which is already promulgated. ' 2,oiit'c ". REVERDY JOHNSON'S FRATERNIZATION WITH R2UEL SYMPATHIZERS. New Yo-uc, Oct. C. A special cablo dispatch says : Tho loyal Americans and English fi lends of the United States aro galled at the re cent proceedings of Mr. Johnson in Liverpool, and they appear to think he Is top anxious tQ go out of tlie wav ana make soft speeches, that c went too far in allowing himself to bo introduced to Mr. Laird and greeting him in a friondly manner, aud that he fratet nlzes too much with rebels and English enemies, Jt Js claimed that ho misre presents the Fcntlments of tnp inujprity, and places tho United States ip a hum; ble attitude. Tho Blairs arc fortunate in their invi tations. Montgomery was invited to leave Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet, and Fiank is invited to vacate his place on the Democratic tickot. Tho Howiil Table, which has ably i supported the Democratic ticket hithci to, now not only admits that the Octo ber elo2tlous have rendered Genen 1 Grant's election certain, but it even says, "under the circumstances assum ing, that U to say, that Gen. Grant's election is now inevitable wo should 1 o glad to sec his majority a very largo one. Tho morn numerous that majority, tho freer will bo his hands while in tho Presidential chair; and as, whatever else he may bo, Gen. Grant is certainly a moderate mimlc.l and dispassionate man, a man who looks at things very thoroughly Indeed before he makes up his mind about them, it is highly desl. ablc, since he must be President, that the country should have the imtram molcd advantage of thc3c paitlculnr good qualities." Tin: Wi:st Virginia Election. On the 25th lust., the Tribune hod re ceived returns from three-fourths of the counties in West Virginia, which show a Republican majority of 4,;!27. The re maining counties will not, probably, re duce this below 4,000. All three Con gressmen are Republican. Witchcr's majority in the Third District will be about 500i. In the Lcgislat re on joint ballot the Republican majority will le between, 80 and 40. A'cvboual (turf 1'oHticaf, Tho demonstration of B ys in B'ue in Boston, on the '28th tnstatr, j rem se tort ipsa in numl'.is aid liiihar.oy anyThti.jj of a e ki iri overseen in t lis coun ry. I will cmbrac many thous ands of soldieis and Mii'ors, and will at. n.ct an unusually largo numbers cl vhitort!. B'hlrto the Democracy of Pcnnsyl van a 'jefore election : Yo.i must canj tho State. 7 he Democracy to Blair, after elec tion : Wo coul Jn t cirry it, ivith you. There are soim good fellows in the Democratic rnr.,y who nave no built. ess .here. 'J hey will Le a ways welcome to tho Republican ranks. Tho present is a good time lo. ihcm to "swat Lorses." Seymour to Grant, 1S03 : Where are y :ur v.etot ies ? Grant to Seymour, 1SGS : Where arc your v.etorics ? An Appeal to the Union Soldici'. and Sailofs. The following has been issued by the committee to the numbers of the organ ization throughout the country: Headquarters Soldiers' aSaie-I OHS' NaT'I, REPUHEICAN 15XECU- ! tivk Committee, 440 14th Street, f Washington, D. C. Oct. 10. J Comrades : You met the enemy in Maine and Vermont and struck him a toiling blow. Again in Ohio, l'cnnsylvania, Indiana, and Nebraska, alter an uni recetlented struggle victory inclines in your favor. Host not upon your laurels. Your wort is not complete until the last vestige of treason and secession is trampled out. Dismayed, demoralized, and broken, tho enemy waits but youi eager advance all alonu tho line to sur render at discretion. On your success now depends the future standing of the loyal veteran soldiers and sailors ; of the widows and orphans of your dead com rades. Bold riders of Sheridan, Wilson, Kilpatriek, and Ploasunton, your old commanders summon you again to th'j charge! Veterans of the Tennessee, the Cumberland, the Potomac, the James, the Gulf, and the Train-Mississippi, gallant tars who sailed under Footo, Porter, Dal'lgreen.anuFairagut. rupeat your victories! Let no v leant place be; found in your ranks on the 3rd of November. The war record o. tho Democracy clings to it like the shirt of Nessus: it must be its shroud. But 17 days for earnest, cfiectivo work remain. Relax not your ellbrts, and never ajain shall the hated fiag of treason, scc.ess.on, and national dishonor contVont you. Dress your Hues! aJvanco your colors ! let the uugles sound tne ciiarge: " rusii t'lings." An overwhelming victory awaits you. By order of the Committee, II. A. Barnum, Chairman. N. P. CmpMAN, Secretary. .S, Asst. Secretaries. Another Itiot in AViw Orleans. New Orleans, Oct. 25. The origin ol' tho disturbance of last night is difficult to discover. A i.utn uei of clubs, botiiue'ro and y.nto wjr-' iiarad.u tho streets of various parts Oi Uie city. A numoer of negro clubs pas sed tiuougli at. cuaric3 street auu uanal .street. Tuj Picayune stites that tho colored clubs abused and insulted a bcmccmtie club niiuching in thvir lear, and that the first snot tired came fiom a colored clubjWhich wounded a white man nam ed It chatdson. a L?i!iii!iii neht took nhice on Canal Streec, between Daraudofet and Liarouue, in which many shots were fired. Tho fiijht continued t bug threeblocks.when t.io negroes lied, 'iwd noirooj wero klllol botwjen B rouno and Dryades, and on Camd st o;t,oncwasdaugerou.ly wouudoiand a cjIo.ou ooy wai ciusiieu to ujum un- dr foot, Another ueirro was killed on tho cor ner of Canal and Basin Streets, and ono or two larther out in CanaJ atrcet. About midnight, scattered firing was heard In all directions. ro wniie men were killed on Canal Street, butseveial wpio wounded and taken home by their ! A white man was shot tnd killed f ri att MCI while standing quietly near a colored. ftnii room, corner of Camp una Thalia Streets. Another wlnto man was killed and horribly hacked with an axo or hatchet on Mellomencc street by ne groos. One white man wai accident ul'y kl 1 ed by his own friends on St. Char, s Stio t. i Lorotior Roach, of tho Flist Distill t, held eight inquests tills morning, on 3 whites and 5 blacks. Another negro is reported dead in the Sicoud District, making I) casualties. i Tho white men killed were each of them over n mile fiom t le first dtstutb- anoe when struck down. I Tho disturbance began about 10 o'clock. At 11 o'clock. Canal Street wau crowded with excited whites, who dis- t ersed nuieiiv wiien a ftouau oi cavaity appeared on ti e scene. The stores on t te corner of Baroune and Canal Stree's are marked by bullets, as if a skirmish Had taucn place. prrint Notices. Tivaiity-jlrc learti 1'rav.tire In tlio Treatment of Diseases incident to Fo- in r Iff. Iiuh iilaci'd Dr. Dow ut tho head of all the physiciniiH makliiu such practice n HpeekiUy, and enables him to guaranteu n xpecdy and pri m. in tuit cure in tho worwt oases of SuiprvritH and mi oiner Minsmuu Jiermtnemnus, irom irnif. ert'C cause. All letters for udvico must contain ft. Office, No. J Endicott Street, Ronton. X. 1). Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treatment. Huston. July, lny. !22(tlvriU ItTii: great new knoland hi:mi:dy JL Or. J. W 1'OIANIVS WIIITU I'INK CUM I'liUN'l), '.'uicH boro Throat Colds, tni(,'h. Dlplhcriu, Itmncliitis, Spitting of lilood, mid I'u'ni in.iry oifiielioi's generally. It is a teniarlcablo remedy for Kid-" luv ComplainlB, IMahetes, Uifli eultv of Voiding Urine, Weeding trom tho Kidne a and illadi'er, Oravl and other Complaints. Duston, Jan. 20, 1808. Poland's Wihtu Pink Compound. Alter liav ing given it a thorough trial wo can conliden tially recommend l'olund's Wliitu Pine Com pound as a very va'uab o article- for the euro ol oold, eougliw, and pulmonic comp'aints gen eraly. Iu several cases wo have Known it ti ivo prompt relief when all other remedic. aad lieon tried and failed. It is an article, which in a climate so promotive oi sudden am severe toldd as is that of New England, might to lie iu every family : and we are sure that those who once obtain it and give it a fair trial, will not tliereaiter bu willing to be without it. JJortou fouritiil. A Valuable Medicine. Dr. Poland's Whin 'ino C'oiu)ound, advertiM'd in our co nmns, is i; successful attempt to combine aud applv tin uied cinal virtues of the White Tine Hark, it nas been tlmroughl tested by peoplo in thic city and vicinity, and tho proprietor lias testi monials to its value from persons well known ti inr citizens. Wo recommend its trial in al those casus ol'disoabc to which it is adapted Jt s for sale by all our Druggists. A. Y. Jnil'l. The White Tine Compound is now sold ii u.ery part of tho United States and liritish l'rov inces. l'veparcd at the New Englancl liotanii !. it, Iloston, Mass. 2.W-17 DYSPEPSIA, Tliero is no disease. Viiich oxporience lias s amploy proved to Le r jmediable by the i Kni vi.vx svncp, ( i protected solution of tho Protoxido of Iron). as Dyspepsia. The most inveterate form of this diseaso have been completely cured by tint medicine, as amplo testimony of somo of our first citizens proves. FHO.M THE VENEUAllLE ARCHDEACON SCOTT, D.D. DiJNUAJt, Canada East. "I am an inveterate Dyspeptic oi .noun thn 25 vkabs standino." " I liavo been so wonderfully bene fited in tho three short w-eks during which 1 havouso the Peruvian Syrup, that 1 can scarce ly pi'isuado myself of tlio reality. Peoplo win have known mo aro astonished at tho change. 1 am widely known, and can but recommend to others that which Las done so much for uie.'' ANOTHER CLERGYMAN WRITES AS FOL LOWS: " My voyage to Europe is indefinitely post poned. I have discovered tho " Fountain o Health" on this side of the Atlantic. Three bottles of Peruvian Svrup have rescued mo from tlio fangs of thotlend Dyspeps-ia." A pamphlet of 32 pages, containing a histon of tins remarKablo remedv, with a treatise on " lion as a medicine," will be sent freo to an; addiess. Tho genuine has " Pkhcvian Syiiup" blown in tho glass. J. P. DINSMORE. Proprietor, 30 Dey Streot, New York. Sold bv all Druggists. lw-237 NOTICE. rtMlH St. Albans Bank of St. Albans, Vt wIiopc J. cliarter terminated on tho 25th day of .March, tBiiS, hereby give notice that it will redeem m uitntanding bills, at its banking house, in th Vermont National Bank of St. Albans, for om vear from the 25th day of Mav, 1SG8, agreeabh to the following act. It. BAltLOW, Cashier. St. Albans, Vt., May 20th, 18C8. Vn act relating to tho ledemption of Banknotes It i s hereby enacted, ,v.c. Sec 1. After the expiration of the charter ol my b ll; chartered by this State, or after tin teriuiiiatiou of the existence of any such bank, agreeably to the laws of this State, such bank may cause notice to be published in all the week ly newspapers vt the pounty where such bank it located, tor one fail year, setting forth that said bank will redeem its outstanding bills, the day f the expiration of its charter or the date oi the termination of its existence, aud a copy ol this act; and upon due publication nt such no ice, neither such bank nor its officers shall bi iable to any action for the non-redemption foi my of its outstanding bills, unless the bunu shall have been duly presented and payment thereof duiipnitlfll Wltltll (he year afoteaaid, al (he naukiug house ofaaid batik. Si:c. 2. After the expiration of tho charter, or alter the termination of tlie existence ofanx such bank, as aforesaid, such bank shall cease to be subject to the operation, or liable to tin provisions of the sixty-third section of chaptei (iiglity-nino of the general statutes. bi;o. 3. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved Nov. 19, 18Cfi. Ma. 20th. I8GS. 21Cly A LECTURE TO YOVm MEN", Just Published in a Sealed envelope Price (jets. A LECTURE on the Nature', Treatment and Radical Cure ot Sperinatorihcea or Seminal weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual De lrlity , and impediments to marriage generally; Nervousness. Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits j Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from Se'.f.Abuse.Ac. Uy ROBERT J.UULYERWELL, M. V., Author of the " Green liouk,".c. Tlio world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, c'ft irly proves trom his own experience that tho tiwfiil consequences of Solf-Abuso may be effectually removed without medicine, aud without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure ut once certain and eil'estual, by which every sufferer, no matser what his con dition mav be, may cure himself cliPftpIv, prji YtUnly rndjeally. This l.eeltue wUl urovi a. buon'to ilhiusuitds'aud ihpusands. Scut itiidcr seal, to any address, in a plain, scaled, euvelopp tm the i0oeipt of six cents, or two poataijo mapiiM. Altm, Dr. Culverwell's " Marriage Guide, price 25c. Address tho Publishers, CHAB. J. O. KLINE & CO., 127 Bowory. New ork, Post (jlQcu Box 4.53C. WOMAN. T FEMALES, OWIVG TO THE PECULIAR ' and important lelatious which they huh. tain, their iieetlllar organization, nlid tin1 olllces , they p.'i-torni, are subject to tinny sullerings. ! Freedom fiom thrse eoutriliute in no small de. gree to their happini ss and welfart , for none can bo happy who aio ill, Not only so, but no one of these various femulo complaints can long bv j suffered to run on without involving the general 1 health of tho individual, and ere long producing 1 pi'imaiieut sickness and premature decline, Nor I Is It pleasant to consult a phvsieiali for the re lief of these various deilcato allection?. and onlv upon the most urgent necessity will a trim woman so fur saeiilleo her greatest charm as to do this, l'lie sex w.ll then tliiink us for placing iu their hands simple species which will be found cfllc.iciotis in relieving and curing almost evcy one of those troublesome complaints pocit liar to tho sex lti'.t.Mlini.n's ExTnACT or llucnt'. Hundreds suffer on in s lence, and hundreds of otheis ap piy vainly to druggists and doctors, who citi.er merely tantalize them witlitlio hope of a cuio or upplv remedies which make them worse. I would not wish to assert anything that would do i jus tice to the ulllieled, but I am obliged to say that although it may lie produced from excessive ex haustion of the powers of life, by laborious em ployment, unwholesome air and food, profit e menstruation, tlio use of tea and coffee, and fre tpient chiidhiith, it is far oltcnir caused by di rect irritation, applied to the mucous membrane of the vagina itseir. When reviewing the causes of these distres sing i oinplnints. it is most painful to contem plate tlio attendant evils consequent upon them. it is out Minnie justice to me btiDject to elilllii-1 erste a few of the many additional causes which so laLgely lifted the lite, liea.tli, and happiness of woman in all classes of society, and which, consequently, affect moru or less dircc. ly, tho ivelfaie of the entire human family, TI u mania ti at exists for precocious education and nrir riaj,.', causes tl o years that nature designed for eoipoical development to bo wasted :ind per verted ll. the restraints of dress, tho ear.y eon .Inciuent of silnol, ii t . il ii- ccial.y in the uu aealthy excitement of the nail-room. Thus. ith the body h.ilf-o otlied, and the mind uiiiln.y excited b p.easuri', lencrtiug in tuidiiigh't i-evel tho hours designed by natllio for sli ep and rest, tho won, of destruction is half accom plished. in consequence of thij early strain upon her sjstim, tii.i.i ei-taiy iftoit is required by tlio .tlicate votsiy to letaiu tier situation in bchool it a later day, t .us aggravating the evil. lieu me ixciteinent is over, another in prospective iieeps the mind morbidly sensitive to iiiipivssion, ahilu tlio now constant restraint of fashionable Ires-, absolutely forbidding the xerciso iudls piiuanlo to the attainment and retention of oi iiuio health and strengtn ; the exposure to light air; the sudden change of temperature; 'he complete piostratioti produced In excessive lancing, must, of necessity, produce' their legi .tmute effect. At last, an early marriage cups (he climax of misery, and tho unfortunate one, aithei to so utterly legardless of tho puiiu dic tates and lelnonstiances of her delicate untitle, lecouies an uiiwiliing subject of medical tieat .nent. This is bill a truthful picture of tlie ex puienee of thousands of our young woinui. Long befoio the ability to exercise the lunc ions of tlio geuer.itiv . organs, tliey require an iducatioii of their peculiar nervous system, own p ised of what is called tlie tissiiewliich is, in c milium Willi tli'i feiniile breast and lips, ev id o it ly under thu control of mental euutious mid aisociations at an early period of lite; and, as wo Khali subsequently see, these emotions, wiien ecei ssive lead, long befoio pubenty. to habits Wnicli sup the very life of their victims eie na turu has self-completed their development. For Feina.o Weakness and Debility, Whites or f.eucorrlicua, Too Profuse Menstruation, Ex uustion, Too Long Continued Periods, for Pro lipstis and Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, vvj . ffer the most pel feet specific known : 11i;lm n ild's Compound Extuact op Bucuu. Ditee ti ins lor Use. diet, aud advice, accompany. Females in every pel iod of 1 fe, lrom infancy 1 1 extreme old age, will find it a remedy to aiil natuie in tlie discharge of its functions. Strength is the glory of manhood and womanhood. iIelmholu's Exiiiaut Bucuu is more strength oiling titan any of tlie preparations of Bark or Iron, inlluitely sat' r, and mote pleat-ant. llt'LM uoi.d'h i:xTiiAcr Uuciil, having received thu in .loisemeiit of tlio most prominent physicians in tlio United States, is now offered to afflicted hu manity as a ccitain cure for the following disea ses and symptom, from whatever cause origin tliug : Oeneral Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, Imbecility, Determination of Blood to the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General irritability, licst.cssucsH and Sleeplessness at Night, Absence of Muscular Kilicieuey, Loss of Vppetite Dyspepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disorganization or Paralysis of the Organs oi Jeiieration, Palpitation of tlio Heart, and, in fact, all thu concomitants of a Nervous and De filiated state of tlie system. To insure, tlie outline, cut this out. Ask l'or Hulmiioll's. I'ake no other. Sold by Diuggists and Dealeis everywhere. Price 1.25 per bottie. or six hut tics t'..r f0.5H. Delivered to any address. Des cribe svmptoms iu all communications. Address II. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Ware house, 5'J1 Broadway, N.Y. None are genuine unless done, up in steel engraved wrippor, with fae-sutiie of my Chemi cal Warehouse, aud signed II. T. HELMBOLD. 237-diw-Svv LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST Phoenix Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, COXX. ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY $3,000,000. ANNUAL INCOME, NEARLY TWO MILLIONS, AND CONbTASILY INCltEASINQ. Annual Dividends, 50 Pet- Cent. All its Policies are Non-Forfeiting 1 No re striction on Travel, Location or Employment ! Dividends upon thu fuU Premiums paid ou all its Tables ! Notes taken it desired for half of the. Premium tor thu first four years, and iu caiiuof death, they ale paid by the Dividends and given up aud nut deducted from tlie Policy, Ll d The Full Amount of lusiirancc is Paid. It lias paid in losses to its Policy Holders over bSUt.otiO, and lias never conteeted a claim during the 17 years ot its existence. No extra Premiums charged for insur in;;. Females, Railroad Employees orSeamen A Policy iu tlio Piuenjx is pioperly called a Whole World Policy. It permits the insured t travel or lesidu at will anywhere iu tho Uuito I States or Europe, at any season ot the jear, without extra chargi . NELSON H. ARMINGTON, Agent, For Ftankliu, Grand Is'e aud Lamoille counties 0. L. BABCOCK, State Agent. d22ivv220-tf itiitliuid, Vt. T7'ANTED, An Agent to make a thorough W canvass of Franklin Coun y in behalf o! that o'.d and reliable Life Im urai.o Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn, Liberal terms to an active, cneigetic wau. Address. N. C. ANTI-ILL, Tern, Clinton Co., N. Y. Central Agent far Noi theruNow York and A er mont. 207-U flrtMtnl nT.i,.ni,nM, V ' ""-i' il.:nD Al OUl JL.W. V LTLlt- Agents, (ESTABLISHED IN 10G2.) rEbeg to call tlio attention of advMtisei 11 n,,,.nin., II.,.. f..t II. , It. !. c ass dally paper in the e.uititrv nre secom none, and we m-o fully prepared to offer te and conditions which cannot iail to give si rior inducements. We also send advertisements to all Cuban South American papers, with whom we have tensive contracts. Wo ale theoulv house di r. Sini,lli .ilveilUlnK Itinl,,,;,. We can, by sjiecial permission, lei'er to At,, it fn ii. ,i... i. ..i.i m- i . ,. , ' Kki.ii,,i uni liRi jucs wiin n,i ine Messrs. S. It.Vunduzcr Co., 109 Greenwich No v York. Messrs. U ni A- tfn, l .,1 oiu ri,,,, i..i, ui. New Voik. .Messrs. O. Bruce's Son & Co., Type-Found 1,1 l U.llllCIS At. Messrs. Phalon ,V Son, New York. " Phelan.V Collender. New York. " Tarrant A Co., " " Chiekering .V Son, ' " liadway ,V Co., " Iflii nudum Autumn and Winte TiAiiiT'.?;' TcmfvrciTrTvn nnnii T HAVE now opened a new stock of tho ab too notice ot tho Lad'es of St. Albans'and ciiiity. Ileal Black Thread and Malta Laces, ileal Valenciennes and Cluny Lares. M. .. I,.., t'.,.l l ...A II n ........... v.,,., a.n ..I,,,. MIH.lj,.JA,m 11. Met ino Hosiery. Gloves, MittetiH, Fcaifs. &e. Dress, Hacks, A- Cloak Friiujcs and Gimtm Small aicM Ac, Ac. Jinking a Speciality of this lino of Good shall iiideuvot to keep on hand a good, libi annoi u.icut, unu sunn uui u uiiucrsiiui ov III I. I . 1' KIM 111 1 FLOUR T AM iu receipt of 210 to D31 brls. of FLO cm supply uio.trjilo on as Good Tc r in s as any other narty or narties as mv tlnitrn no tiihutut'i middle men. nor'J e, per barrel drummers), with Mipcrthio and l xtrn Flo or single bun el. WlNTEIl WHEAT FLOURS, from f-nnd to Vni'vnlmlpo 111 full annnlc - -".v., . Corn for sale at ail times. Cash mid for W nun .-neep l ens. "tJJ . ,.,I,U ,1 111,,,, Ll.ll.L , LU 11,11111 1 tkS I Inl'n 1. Jj 1 A Ai ....... I. ...... ...I I... ,.l. ...... r i....... ; i r i t.-..i... aud hope for a continuance of the same. .1. J. BLltOFRS St. Albans, Oct. 21, 1SC3. 230 tf THE "ELEOTiW O F j O ri r i ciui' ev vvt. y 1 1 m. Tnr:nu , i .. , . , I J marklliir down m tho iirin nf ilrut ln iiorlietiituiid t-tock, " of winch tlie subscr b ... ......wo, .w ...w . . ll.l.illlU Ui ! gouu iicesunu plains ai me luiiowillg Low IPrices : 1. I .. .. . " do Pear, do do do 11(1 Mil K17H. fiflP , Cl 1, Cl Tlvtutt Am, lit ..Iiium ,1,. vr. do do bearing size, do do Pear do do do SI l tl uo no in cicss uo 70 T'ltiti'i,,' h.nnj ul.i .,,1 n ,t , .1 , .' nr. Plum trees, 1 .t cuiss Delaware, Concord, Dima, Hartford, Proiilic, Creueliuir. itebeeca. Allen's 1I..K...1 .....1 ...1 ......1 l- fn , .1,111 iiiii.Liun. xiuiii. uii,i xni.iiiiv in iil.i' ll t ,i: i ...i. r i i ,i . ,i, ? , Itouers Hybrids, Nos. 13, l'J, 4, i. i!S. !). 32 $15 eac II .. V C 1 . . V IT..1...M 1' TI . I ... a iv- v u liiua jo u Ornamental Trees, Shruba and Vines, ITvuye 16 Bedding Plant., Ar SHOUT, ANY'UIING Uie market allouls. P.ease addiess, J'. O. Box 311. GEO. W. WHlTLOCK Dealer in I'.-utt ZVcea, 23S-1 Uurlington, Vt. rOH ONE DOLIiAR I ft TE SELL DP.ESS PATTEBNH. PANT Pat r tenia. Wubs. Cutton Cloth. Shawls. Cut puiings, tiheelings, Dry and Fancy Uoods, Ac. m. l iit iiluia si ill Kicc. L'ivinir full nartien .is: or TvuiveiiiHiM sent. lur uue uollur leocribing twelve ihtlerent aitielw which wo wil M tor.uue liollivv Umhi jerr Ladiea and gontlemon tvanted aa ' to whom the most liberal inducements u UN ed, and satisfaction guaranteed iu all cab,... C11A8. LETTS A CO., MaHttfucturtrx' Agents, C A 00 FKUKKAL. STHKK'l, 203-ly) V'iston Mas T-nKAf. LOTEHIA DE LA ISLA DE CUliA-T 1 Iu tlie drawings for lbliS there will U 2C,- oUu XlCliCtS. $390,000 IN GOLD. Di-rtiru Unce in 'nventten JJays. ti..:,.w .nt.i:.. r i.i n. i..no ,i i,r.. AtlALa iaiu ill VJIJJU, lHnV.DUSl.MMMMWr niaiiou given uy GEOItGEUPIUM. 173-ly C3 N. Main at.. Providence It. I. N TEW Stvlo oi Fall and Winter Caps just re- ceived at WM. N.KM1TU, .V Co s. T GYE AMONG 'J HE ItUtiEH. Lubin's Ihlang. JUIhlaumofct delightful Perfumes at UltLE.N A NICHOLS, No. I, Lafce Kticet ZlAltDIOAN JACKET, All the New Styles just J received at WW. ft. mm u. B LACK Sack '.outs in every style. at Wil. N. Siiutni uus, Smith's uevv Block,