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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCPJPT, NOVEMBER 1R0R.
Mary Star'sWkite Robes, nv sv.xaj oiiti-roni). Concluded. j "Jt la n j;rc!i( (rial to you, my ilenr; ; hut what n the particular liiytaiico thin , time?" ' A 'id then Mnrv rehiteil the whole story as well an she could. "i shan't y! oieoiiise, uiainiin ; hut I think if J'.essie tliiln't want me, she might hnve taken a kinder wn, to toll me vo." "To ho sine she might," rolled Mrs. Stnrr. ... , , , "After all, Mnrv, I think you'd better go to tno part v." miiil lu. moth..'.-, uie next dav. "Mix. llareourt hn been hero and urged uie to lot you attend, saving that she hadu speetnl ren-xm. ile--slring you to he present ; and I promised vou should go. Not on IJesic'- iuvita ut for Mrs. llaieourt'ssake.' "But milium 1, the girls are goin ' to wear white die ses, and I have none." "Your pink gintiham will answer nieelv ; mid hesides, my daughter, you may 'have a whiter rohe than any of them will wear.and more lmntilil'til orna ment." "What do you mean, mamma? '1 mean clothed with goodness, raiment white as snow ; and your adorn ing, the ornaments of a meok and quiet spirit. Uv-and-hy, you shall go into the King's Feast, called of God. a crown of stars on your hrow." Mary's 'eyes dilated with interest and p'leastiiv. She drew i: oarer her mother. "Is it true a-. rim lie, mumnm'."' "Ves, dear." "Clothed with goodness, mamma make it plainer." "It means do all the good you possi bly can ; be gentle, nuvk and loving." "I'll try mamma." In the meantime J have thought how you may have a dress like the rest, lor the occasion. Our neighbor, Mr. James Merlon, wants to enuage Mini one to gather strawberries, and oilers live cents a quart for doing it' You can pick enough before and after school hours, with what I am able to help, to get one. I can't afford to buy one outright, you know. Accordingly, little Mary was up with the sun, anil might be seen heaping bas kets with the luscious unit in Mr. M's. garden. Her mo'her's talk with her in rcgnrd to the whit" roVand starry crown took stronghold of her imagination, aim slie would say over to herself, "all the pWl I possibly can." fter thi, when tempted to lly into a pasion, s u- would whisper, "(Senile tin I loviirr L must b; if iVould wear the white robe.' Pondering these things in her heart, in a eliildwise, innocent fashion, iieame lo her that her mother needed a bonnet far more than shelier.-elf needed a dres, her dear, hard-working mother, who so often denied herself (or her. She u the tlnught away, because site had sot her heart upon being dressed nicely, like her schoolmates ; but it would re turn. The bad spirit in her s lid, " Ma ry, you'll look so nice, 1 wouldn't give it up, if I weie you !" and thogo d an gel replied, "Ah, M.iry, Miry, that better robe won't look to white! Hot ter give It up and buy a bonnet for yo.ir mother." The good angel got the victory at last, and the stars in her orow i ha . an added brightness, and the robe gleamed more purely white. "When Mr. Mer on paid her?.') for her labor, he smiled and said : "And this goes for the white d 'ess in which to attend my nieeo JJo.-sio'rf fam ous party so your "mother hinted, eh ?' "It was to have gone (or that, sir, but I have changed my mind." ' hanged your mind ! why?" "Mother needs a bonnet more, and 1 mean to get her one." "But don't you want the dress?" "Oh yes, sir, very much : but it isn't right for me to have it," tears in lie eves. "I love mv mother, and I love to do right." There was an unusual moistuie in Mr. Morton's eyes when he said : "Well, little girl, I am goln'i up to the stores, and you shall go with me, and I'll help you pick out the bonnet, and see that you don't get cheated. I don'i think lh'ree dollars will get a re:l niee one, but I'll trust you lor as much more. I like to sec l.tlle girls think about their mother's needs." We assure our little readers that Mary went home in a small (lurry of triumph and delight, carrying a new band box, which contained the pleasant sur prise "Mother, I have brought yen a pres entguess what it is!" holding the box behind her,hcr whole face shining witli pleased excitement. "A bnsker of berries?" 'No, something nicer." "Well, I'm sure I can't gueas straight. What is it?" "Look, mamma!" showing the bon net in question. " It is yours, I bought it with my own money." " Youi own money! How did you come by so much !" "Mr. Morton let me have it." "But 1 thought that was to buv vou a dress?" "You need this moro; besides, it is better to wear the other lobe you told of, isn't it mamma?" Mi's. Stnrr drew Mary to her bosom, unable to speak, for the moment. "It is the best mid most bcautitul that can bo worn, darling. CSod hies you for this net of self-deiiiul !" And Mary smiled brightly, and tigh tened the chisj, of her arms about lior mother's neck." A score or m ot girls were gathered around the elegant table spread in the shade of the great trees in Mr. Har eourt's front yard, diseussing the nice supper Mrs. llareourt had provided in honor of her daughter's birth. It was a radiant circle of young faces, and Mary Starr's fairly shone witli hap piness and love. It is true, hlie was a littlo shy at llrst, when some of her mates eyed lier plain dross ; but in the merry games that followed, she forgot it nil, and her laugh rang out clear and sweet as tho song of a bojollnk. In the delight of the hour, Bessie (.Id notrememuerhor ill-will towards Mary, but was asirraclous to he; as to the res . She did tho honors of tho table llko a young queen. Ho tring tho click of tho front gaio, she turned nor hind tuid saw Undo Jnm.s Morton coming up the walk bearln i two pneknges. "A birthday pro out for me, I'll wa ger!" she whispo.-ed to tho girls "Hero Undo Jamw, id u plao tor you e.o.o beside me,'' said 1 Senile, as he cmie nearer. ' Thankyou," honnsworcd, dropping into the scat she indicated. Uncle James wtisa genial man, whom nil children loved, and his pre. once was no check on the childre n's minimi nt. " And now, Bessie." ho said when the meal was concluded, " I inve Hot laid my offering at your fot yet." And Be-tsie Mill. od in antlclp'ttiou. II. un tolled a package and lovealcd an el" jail t gold watch and a bea ififul Bi ble, j ' fhis." ho said, handlnir her the j wati-h, " a to mark lime, and help you i lo lenrn Ita value: and this." holdini the Bible loverently, 1'lslo liht and direct you to CSod." May he add his blcsslng.j' "Thank you, uncle." throwing her arms about llm, nnd ktain.j 1.1m grate fully. "I have giff for another little girl here, but I haven story to toll llrst. Bo viri n-iut to hear a storv 1" " Yes." " Ves." " Yes." And then he told then Mary Starr's s'oty. not omitting what he hnd over heal d Livsie saw when she had an nounced file was to have her party ; foi he it was who happened to overbear Bessie that day. lie mentioned no names, but all understood it without (hem. "Now," he said, "with thecounse' and assistance of two ladies you know. I have been aide to get this for the Utile girl," unfoldlng a beautiful wh.tc dress, with any number of lucks and rulllc about it. "Will vou tell me to whom it ri rhtfullv belongs?" "It i- Mary StarrV they al' -aid with one voice. "Here, .Mary, it is yours," smiling. Mary came modestly forward to re ceive it, and her tluoat was so full, of cobwebs, or something, as she desired to, but burs; into tears. Burimrtlie narration of the mlo, lies sie hung her head more than once ; b fore it was ended, drops other than rain drops washed her cheeks. She Mood up bravely and m merely at last, rr. of envy. "Mary Starr. I hav ill-treated you . 1 have done wrong. Will you forgive me, and let me be your friend ?" And Mary put up a pair of rny lips in token of pure friendship. "And though Mary wears a beautiful spiritual robe, beside which this is iufe r or, '-till it will please me to see her in this outward visible embh m of it. (Sc with her, i:e-sie, actus tire-worn in." Mary came back looking as sweet a a white rose, her arm linked in Bessie's. And so pleasantly closed the party, which Be sic afterward -nitl was t.H best one she ever had, since she learned lint grace and purity oi character form a robe that outshine every earthly garb, if they ire not formed in the heart then while raiment only m ikes the wearer li :e the platter spoken of in the Bible, which is clean on the outshk, but full of tilth within. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, YT. Moxn.vv, NoviiMiii'.ii 2... lS'js. (leu. Siison. u:.s rrxmi.u. otiSi:o.un-:s. Tho death of (ion. John Niuon, which sad event occuned at his residence.in St. Albans, on Wedne.-day, Nov. ISth, ISiSS at tho age of S3 yeais, and of whicl mention has alrea.ly been made in ou, daily isr-uc, togeti or with his fuicra ob.-cquies, which ti ok plin'e on Friday. Nov. LOth icquires more than a passin-. notice in the columns of the Vermon. TitAXf-ciurT. He came to this town from Now Il.tmpihirc, in 1791, when lie has ever cinee resk.eu. His fatlie. was exceedingly prosperous as a farm er, was an early Hotel keeper, and ai eminent Masmt During tho earliei part of the present century the meeting: of the Masonic Fraternity wer? ho.d in his fnthot's hotel, and the son early es poused the cause, and united himself lo M uonry. During his life he was an ardent supporter of the institution, and became a Mason high in rank. The precise date when he lirst joined t he Or der, we have not learned, hut according to the memory of our oldest citizens, it must have been more than 03 years ago. He wr.s a memhei of Franklin Lodge, No. 4, (Jhamplai.i r'haptoi. No. 1, ami Columbus Council, No. l,of Boyal and Select Masters. Early in his life, he exibited a fond ness for military parades, and personal distinction, and was promoted throng. i the several subordinate olUces, until in 1S:S. he was appointed lo tho Command of a Brigade. Li IR-10 ho became Major (ieiieral of the State Militia, thehighe.st rank in command, except the (Sovernor of the Slate. Hols remembered as an excellent horseman, a capable man, anil of commanding appearance in the sad dle. As a citizen, he was kind-hearted, charitable, and benevolent to a fault, and, although belonging to a wealthy family, his benevolence oxcoei'.ed tho dimensions, of his purse, nnd during the latter das of ills life, tho roses ut pleas ure, and the luxuries of this world wore not strewn in his pathway. For ninny ycns the infirmities of age had gather ed upon him, and it litis been with great difficulty Hint he walked upon our streets, but his confinement lasted less than two weeks. His last day? ca mo as must th.' days of all, and th.. Masonic Fraternity, to which ho had for such a great length of time given his al.ogiauco, accompanied tho remains from his late residence to the church, and to the grave. Tho procession of Masons w s large, ami was ltd by tho St. AJjmis Bngir.o Band. At tho Congregational Chu.'ch, thesjrvlc.'S wo.e eondiuto by Row H C. JU cs, tho ja?tor( win was assisted by Rev. II. K. L'oi.b, Chnplain of Franklin Lo.lgo, No. 4. I lie Address of Mr. - leu wag very approprinte, but not lengthy, nnd at .3 o'clock p. in. the ftnenl eartego rc'iim- members if thy are put upon the re ed its march to tho (Jcimtcry in the ccrd and nil others elected by terror Southern pirt of the village. Firjt ism. came tho Un 1, prjoil' 1 by M. Stan wood, the Tiler of F.wnkllr. L vle. No. 4, and foliowo 1 by th? M inonic Frater nity in column. Tho next In the pro c f s!or weio tho clergymen, the hearse, with pall IcnruT rneltlureide, followed by thonged widow, riends of tho de ceased, nnd elt'zers gonornlly. Thoson of tho deceased. Mr. C. II. Nason, who 1 nd boon absent in Pennsylvainin, wni not permitted to be prerent, but arrived on the evening train, afterwards. Tho air was clear, and the walking in tho woll-trodibn snow was remarkably good, and everything bestowed its fa voring influence upon tho march lo the grave. There was a sadness about it well becoming the solemnities of the oc casion. As tho Band opened witli a melancholy dirge, which reverberated throughout thevilinge, there was many a responsive eve in tears. Is there nnv- thing more appropriate and improjuve than the services of a band upon a fu neral occasion? Tf so we have been un able to witness it. t (he grave the ceremonies wore conducted according to the ritual of the Masonic Fraternity, and were led by j Park Divis, Wor.s'iiMful Mast.-r of Franklin Lodge, No. 4. In thai largo j and rapidly increasing city of the dead, ' the remains of the aged man were do-1 podtud, and the me.nb.ri of tin Fra-j ternity, each in turn, a' they nnrehed , past tlie grave, deposited a sprig of over-1 giODii upon "I In collln, and, pointing up-! ward, rejeitel, "alas my brotlie;'." J Tlie whol pro 'e liuis w.'ro charac-, tcrized with great solemnity, dignity, I and portVMn'.Ms of exc'titk.!. seldom ! equalled, which liny Ik attri'nited in a great incisure to the military ability of the very gentlemanly Marshal, Mr. Louis M''D. Sni'i. T n "ins o. 1 r of march was follow 1 in ivturning from the grave to the ho:i-e of tho deceased, when the .Masons separated from the nore iutim ite friend-, and returned to heir ITall in Tnion IJIoek at 4 o'clock, i. m.. where l ho following resolutions were a'' erw.ir.l adopted : A'r a special meeting cf Franklin Lod e, No. -1, ho.d on tho lib of Novem ber, tho following pioamblo and icso'.u tions weiv adojited : Wlicmt 11 has pleased tin Alt Wire Providence to remove fr m our midst o ir friend and brother .! hn Na.;on, therefore resolved 1. That we cherish his memory with .hat love and respect which his oharac .er and goneiosity as a mar. and a Ma on soju-.tly ontille him o. l!. Thai wo tender to his widow, rela livisand friends tlie assurance of our tympathy in this hocr cf tlioir beicave nont. .'. '1 hat a copy of IIiom resolutions be .'uinh-hcd tc tho family of the deceased, md published in tlio sjt. Albans Daily 1'i:axsci:ii't and Meseeugcr. J. 1'. Fisk II. K. Com., L. P. Kitiipton, Committee. F.V ILL' It 12 ()! A PhOMlXr.KT I5AN1CK ti. .Samuel ,1. Scovel, banker and ag?nt of Jie St. Stophen'sli ink, hit. John", N. 1.., nas siisptMi ed and assigned all his prop erty. A later d.spat..h says that yt..-le-phen's)5ank has suspended in conse iuence of further dovolopmoiit-i con nected with tscovePp failure. The lnttrr is a very disastrous alliiir and will entail .1 heavy Ios- on the oominunity. It wasatated this morning that tlie Dank of Montreal wo.ild assist Si. Stephen's Dank, and confidence was nearly restor ed when the announcement of its sus pension created a fresh panic. There has been wretched mismanagement everywhere, and thing!, could scarcely look more gloomy than at present. Uus iness operations are almost at a .stand. lii:.v. Oii.vxr's Pwoi'ttirrv. (ion. Grant owns a l?U0,()J0 house at Washing ton, and a farm of thirty-eight acres, worth per acre, within tlio city limits. His real estate al St. Louis, Ca lculi andPhihuLdphla is worth $1(U),0J0 more and $300,003 is said to bo in a fair estimate of his "total valuation." Ho is also interested in business through other parties, nnd nltogcther is in a lair way to have a comfortable living. NKw.si'Ai'intiAL. 1). L. Jliliken, for merly of tlio Ilrattleboro Itccoivl will coninioneo on tho Hi hi of Januarv, in Uoston, a now paper American llomstcnd." entitled "The Wasn ii: items. Uen.W'ili-on'H humorous qtiuUlioatimts 1 .no position of secretary of "War, in lie next Administration, are talked of nt Washington, and there is a growing hope among his friends that ho may bo appointed. Speak ir Colfax, who was married on Wednesday Inst, nt Andovor, Ashtabula County, Ohio, thrived in Wasluii;tou with his brldo on Thursday evening. I Mrs. Colfax, nt her marriage wo.o a ' white silk d.o a w.ihi cr.rl crnun tnts. Thoro w 11 bomo:e than twenty con tested election ctucs iu the uexllltiuo' of Boprescntat'ves, besides ,lho30 fiv.m the fcouth, which will probably double . ... .....v. ..... llu.MUl' thnt miniher-n proposition will be made - lo strike off tho nnmcs of the Louisiana T o President has accepted the rec t!on of 20 miles of the Union Pacific Pnlli'n-il kvIimiiI'i.i. c, . ,.. ilmcnml, .. ., , . .. , ' i tAO 1.0th lllllO. At tlliS tatC. tho road will beopoii3.1 through to Sncramonto . . , j . i w.tun the nvxt year. M'1w Wnclittiirf m, ,i.i.,a, nilnt ,a 1 1,,. nfchington e mosj ondont of tho Now oik Herald tologinphg that jour-1 ii il on Fiidnv I lint s!n,,(n ,,,,, lu r,r n u on i-iuinj that senatoi Ldmunds ot I tlio Iletrone.iment Commitloo. Iuir I.pom 1 i -ii -i-.. , .. oujaeu a u nay in overnauimg cue ao- count uooks o; tho L irroucy I'nnting Divlilon of the Treasury. Ho i n'at- ,! .S'5"- od by a stenographer, nml keep3 liaus-tlon or tho poiu'v-j of life, by lahoi-ioiH cm. il l evnet record of nil his rn. lllovlm,xt. nuwhule.NOilii' nir and food, profit e ai exact iccoiu 01 nil his lo- menshiiution, the use of i,.a and eoiVee, and IV. coedingg. During tlio greater pnrt of , iiuent ehi.dbii-tii, u is lar oitem r raued bv di the day Mr. Edmunds hns hnd i mler ' Jn1" examination the duel hook-keeper in r?gard to tho manner of keeping t lie ac- M,V.!n''.7,!!1?,H,'',, i! .'s "V" l"1"1 . '"'''- ' . ,. , .... , .' . . plate tin attelidtilil ei ds collfeiillenl upon tlii-ni. counts ol uie ihvi.-ion. 1 1 is. stated that; h iH hut ituptt- jnti? to tin- mihjoet to enuui tho linfik'-lrrxMini- ic ilronlv Itnniwcoil I ,,'"'ea o'Woi tlie in.my additional eausoH whii'h , w i ' - 1" already Mith tho nocesHity of being straightforward in hU replies. Special ilottfcc. Twenty-Jiff 1 curs i'ntrtirr lu tin' Tn .itiio nt il lM"e;i.i- inrii'.i at to Ke Jiiltli, has placed Dr. D.iw iit the head "f all the phyi-ii'ians inakiiif; such iia''tice specialty, and enables him to KiMianli e ii speed,, rnd peiuian ent cine in tlie worst eases ,,f .SKyircftiiod and all ol her Mimlrmil 'cvnrciieii.i. lioui irlmt etcr cvjii.se. AH letters lor'advicc must contain $1. Ollice. No. il r.ndieotl Street, lloston. X. 1!. hoard furnished to those dcsinui; to re main under ticatnient. linston. Jiilv. l.sf.s. J-G ivnUw DR. W 2 STAR'S II (. S A 31 O V Hill C II r. It It V . In the Hholi hi-tory of medical discoveries no notr.m has performed so many or such remark able litres of (lie numerous aftcctions ol thr TimovT, la so- and I'nr.si, as thi louc-tricd nnd justly celebrated llohntu. So generally in knowled'id is tlio supplier exeelVnee of this remedy that but few oMhp many who have lest ((1 iisvittuis by expeiienee Inil to keep it at hand as a speedy and certain cure for sudden attacks of eold -fully believint; that if h remedial powers am couiiii-eliL-ashe (-uniigti to faubraee every form of disease, from the slightest cold to tho most danjei-niis symptom of pulmonary enniplaliii. !;!!So!if Ut d 'eVsliaioit.y. rroiu l!ev. 1'iiancis LoiaiEl.t,, Pastor ol t'l South Congri.'Kntioual Chiirch, liridKeporl, Connecticut. "I consider it a duty which 1 o,ve to Hiiffiriug lium.iiuty to bear tentiinony to tlio virtues of Dr. Wiatai'ii lialsam of Wild ( berry. I have used it when 1 have had occasion ior any rem edy for coukIis, colds or sore iliro.it - for niany years, and never in ,i single i.istauce has n fad. 'd to re iuvu and cine in-. 1 h ivo frequent ly been 'cry hoarse on .satuiday, and looked torw'ard to the de.ivery of two .ienuons on tho following d iy with sad misxiviuxs, but by alioeral use oi the lt.ils.un my hoaruuneu-j has invariably been remined, and I have pruuune.l without difficulty. 1 commei d it to my breihren in the niinistrV, and to pub.ie ypeakers ;;i nerally, an a certain remedy f -r the lirouchial UouIuim to whieli we aro necuiiariV exposed." Pr. pared py SIJTII W. 1'OWLC A .SON, IS rrumuut htreet, and for aa'.e by DniKKists j;eiie rally. 211-1 SI AD33'S CELEBRATED SALVE. From Mr, 11. Tucker, Depot Master at t'nlir-bui v, Mass. j "1 have been troubled for yeara villi a bad j humor : soiiietiiues out vardly and sometime inwardly. Dining tho oast siiniuior it inaiiitest j ed iise.f more than usual outwardly, and I used yi.ur Kalvi . All signs of il have' sinci disap pi ared, without allectiug mo inwardly, indicat i nig. 1 think, ihe eradicating nalur ofllin . Salve. .si-yni v: , 1.1. , KU.N, Doi.lon, rropnetors. J.lc. a box. Sent bv i!ll-l ' S-'iM by all Di-neH,dh. mail for i'lc. rlli: CltllAT NF.W KNCI.AND HR.MHDV. 1 Dr. .1. W. POIAXIVS WIUTK PINK CO.M lMI'ND. (.iiivs Horn Throat Colds, Coughs, Jiplhciin, liroiiehitiH. Spitting o! lllood, and Piihitonary eil'ectiors generally, li is a reiuarUalile li nn dy tor !Cid-' ney Coiiiplaiuls. Diabpir-s, Diffi culty of Voiding I'liup. Hlceding Irom the fvidnovs aiitl Jlladder, limy. I and other Complaints. Josr,.N, Jan. J10, ls(!S. Pol, ami's Win i i; Pini: ..'ostrocxn.- - tter hav ing given it a thorough trill wo can confiden tially recommend Poland's White Pine Coin pound as a very valuable article for Ihe cure of colds, coughs, and pulmonic complaints gen eraly. hi several eases we have l.nmni it to give prompt relief when all othi r n medics hud been tried and tailed. It is an article, which iu a climate so promotive ol sudden and ueveie. colds as is Unit of New England, wight lobe in every tumiiy; and wo uie sum that those who once obtain it and give it a fair trial, will not tueiealter be willing to be without il. JI"tuH Jnitriuil, A Valcaiili-. .Mrnu isi:.- Dr. PolandV White Pine Compound. adveitUed in our coaimnsi, iH a successful attempt to combine and apply the lued.ciual virtues of the White Pmc. Hark. It has been thoioughly tested by people iu this city and vicinity, and the proprietor bus testi monials to its value from persons well known lo our citizens. We recommend its trial iu all those cases of disease to which it is adapted. It is lor sale by all our Drngg hts. I A'. V, hitl't. The White Pine Compound is now sold hi n cry pint of the United States and Hritiah Prov. luces. Pripaied ut tlie New laiglaud liotanie He. ol, Hoston, Alans, 23(1-17 rtANCKIl, .SCItOLTLA, DYSPKP.S1A, LlVKlt J Coin) laint, Itheiimalism, Neuralgia, c; ciucd. A l.ook of 1110 pages, sent )Vf to inva lids. Addrcus It. OltKcM-:, At I)., 10 Temple Place. ltoa,toii, .Milks. Siifiii minion. T Nl'uliMATlON guaranteed to product) a luxu- riani growth oi nair upon a nam neaii or n nearuici..-, luce, also u recipe ior 1110 removal oi t j untitled teal l am a'ent to iransaci an in,Ki iinplts, blotch, h, (-riiptions, etc., ou the skin, , nesn pertaining l pensions, bounties and bock leaving the sum soil, clear, and beautiful, run pay. Claims of tin above- nature can be pip be obtained without charge by addressing sented, and their i.llovvaiices obtained, by t ppyl THUS. I'. CHAPMAN, Chomlst. Inglo W.M. UlUDG S, CO-ly 823 Droadway, New York. bt. Albans, May lOtli, 1800. WOMAN. tMI I t Km t.t rt ...-. .... V ,',.i . ,7s ' .1" ft.V".r in'"ii(un iviiiui'iio li iiivii iin- cu-. mclr peculiar organization, nml tint offices tllt'V IH'l'llirill. IIIV M 1 1 1 i I . t III 1IMMV MIlllKI'illliM I ic ilnia fiom IIicm) eunll iluito lu mi -limit ilr-i.vci- lo tlu-ii- li!ip)iii s unit welfare, lor mmc cmi be Imp' y who im ill. ot only m, lint no mu of Mux' ViitioiH IVniili' CMinpl.dntH ciui limn !) sum led in inn on without iiivoivitiff tlu kimioimI lifjillh ti the Individii ii. m.d ere .ong prodiK'iuK in-i uiiiiieiii xiejiiu-Mf iiiia iivnmturii iiiTiiue. ,i.r is It lilriiMiint to I'tiiiHiili a nlivxii'lnn forth,'!-, '"'I "I "''tiu viuliiliH df.ifiitf atli-i'tlntiH, and nnlv , lllicm thf must iii-ulhI i.c-lmsiIv lll n linn V"1 11 H0 ;f iiit;.0 1L'r ihcaU'st c-lmi-m n tn do thiM. 1 he Hex w.ll thru tlmiik us lor plnciiig in tln.ii- IiuiuIm Mmplo uHuVm wnifh will Ut '"and i llliMcii ms iii m icxuiK mid etiniiK niniost ! ,.V(. v m...r ilioel tr.mi1!LSon,o.viui uintH pu-u- to ila- sex llti.Miioi.ii'M r.xriiAi-T or l'.fciic. -lluuihids .!,,.,. in mct,t allU mmllt.tU r otlltM n-.v Mdniv to dniL'L'iKis nml iinfiors. who iit . i UR'li.'lv t.illllillze thfln With ll ii luiiin it t cin-i) ni" I ( ll,,,1v"r,..1il.I.ttliloli lunkc then. iVorVe" 1 would not wish to dhscvi uuytliiiiK that would do i Juh- ! ,'.,'V l" tj; allliot.Ml, hut 1 am ohhjjed to wy that nllhoilL'h it niav ! lirmlnriMi li-mn i.i.i.kIvi. ..v. wie-n lewi-wini; the caun s of these diitros. so largely nll'ect tlie hie, ho.iith, and happiness oi Moiiinn in an Classes ol society, aim winch, eonsenietilly, allect nure or less dinv.ly, the welfale of the entire human fainiiy. The tiiania tl nt exists for lueoocious education and mar riage, causes tho years that nature designed for eolporeal develojiinent to bo waited and .er ven ert ir. the restrainis of dress, the ear.y coii tlnemint of i.chool, and espi ciallv in theme heallhx cM-iteincnt of the hull-room. Tims, with tin- body half-c'otlu d, and the mind iiiidulv excited t- . asm-,-, pervei tinj in midni),')it level the bonis desineil b nalnie lor sliep and rest, the work of l-Miurtioii is halt aecoiu- lihshcM. In cons ..picjiee oi thu early strain upon bei H 1 I'll! llMli Lkifll j it till iu lii.iliii'.n) he lb, system, unm e. ssai; dtoit is leiiiured bv the delicate votaiy to letain her situation in school at a Inter day, t mis aj,'f,'iiyatins the evil. hen one cccileiuent is over, another in iirospoetivo keeps the mind moibidly sensitive to impression, while tl e now constant restraint of fashionable dress, absolutely foi'biditiiiK the exercise indis pensable to Ihe ,111111111111-111 and retention ol oi jjiuiie health and streiiuth ; the i xposnrc to iiiKhtnir; the sudden i-lunige of tenipcratino ; the colnplete piotiatio',i produced bv exi-essin; d.UieillK. must, of necessity, produce' tlieil' legi timate elVect. At lasl. an early marriai:e caps 1 lie climax ol misery, and the unfortunate one. hitliei to so utterly repndless of the plain dic tates and leinoiistraiices of her delicate nature, becomes all liliwillini; subject of medical ticat nient. This is but a tiuthfiil picture of the e-pi-iielice ot thousand) of our juiiiig women. l.oiij,' before the ability lo exercise tlie func tions of the hi uerativ . organs, they reijuiii; an education ol their peculiar in nous system, com posed ot what is called the tissue,' winch is, in common with the iVmale breast and lips, cid entry under tin- control of ni ntal enotions and associations at an eailv pi riod of life; and, au we shall subsequently st.e. these eniotions, when ecr Bsive lead, toil); 'before pubeiity. to habits which i.ap the cry life of their victims nc na ture has sell-completed their development. l-'or l'eina.e Weakness and Debility, Whites or LeucoiTlnva, Too Piofiise .Menstruation, M liuiistion. Too Loii Continued Periods, for Pro lapsus and JloariiiK Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we oiler the most peil'cet specific kmunt : Ilia.M hold's (.'oMrousii l-lxiiiAcr in-' llrciir. Difec ttons for u.-u. diet, and advice, accompany. Females in every period or lie, troin i'nfaiiev to extreme old ufie, will lind it a remedy to aid nature in thedi.-charKoof its Inaction, ss'trciifith is the fibu-y of manhood and womanhood. Helm hold's Kxtkact Uccur in mine strcnih riling tlian any of the preparations of liaik or Iron, inlinitely sat r, iiiidnioK! pleasant, llia.jt hold's 1i.xtiiact l.uciiu, han'iif,' received tho in doiHcmcnt ot tlio most prominent physicians in the 1'iiited Mates, is now otleied to aiihctod hu iiianity as a ceitaii: curc for the following,' disea ses and Hyniptoms, tVom whatever cause iiriiu .itiiitr : (ieiieral Debility, Mental and Pli,sical Depres-siou, Imbecility, Doteninuatioii of illood io i lie Head, Confused Ideas, Uyateria, General Irntability, lte.it e.isness and hleeplessnuos al Siyht, AOftCiieo of Muscular Kllicinney, l.oss ol Appetite Dyspepsia. Kniaeiatioii, Low Hpirite, Disorganization or l'.ua.ysis of the Organs ot lieiiLialion, Palpitation of thu Heart, ami, m fact, ah the coiic-iniitantH ol a Nervous and Do btliated state of the system. To insure the I, 'enuiiie, cut thin out. Ask for Hia.jtiioLL's. I'akeno other, "sold by Druggists and Dealeis everywhere. Price :i't per bolt.e, or six bot tles I. r ill. 51). Deliveied to any address. Des cribe symptoms in all communications. Address II. T. IIKLMDuDD, Drug and Chemical Care hoiise, 5J1 hroadivay, N.V. .None aro genuiiio unless dono up in stecl eiiKiMved vr ppjr, with fao-.-nuia oi my Chemi cal Warehouse, and signed H. T. HF.LMCOLP. 237-iUw-3v T1IK UNITED STATES Life and Oasuality Insurance Company, NO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE, JKUSEV CITY, X. .1. New York Office, 96 Broadway. Thin Company offers all tin- advantages of other Life Companies, with nianv entirely new and IMPORTANT FEATURES. 1. The l.fuvr.sr li.vrr.s or Pnr:uu'M of any .Mutual Company in :neriea, and fully cipial to 20 in r cent. OIViniOiN'l) IN Am'ANCK. . Policy -holders can "eceive ConrcxRvriox ill case of Disabling Accident, at rates of Prem ium no Ilirduni lh.ni ii lun.illy charged for Life Insurance only, :j. Policies KnM-lVmt'T.rnsu after Two Pay ments, I. Annual Divid.'inU made NTon -forfeit able. 'i. Coitus on all Policies. ti. Liberal Permission to Travel, 7. A DniTisirr. Cvsn Simni:xir.n Value guar antee jo all Policies. KDAIVND c. l-ISIIKJt, President. .lOlIN It. rilL'HOlL.lr., Kecrciary. r. W. Ill'CK, Agent lor Northern Vermont. MAIN stltKLT, RT. ALDAN'S. VT. AGENTS WANTED. d 111 llm. IMPORTANT THEIR TO VXD WIDOWS. riuiouv. ivrn'itii'i'1'cin mn' l,?ltv WELDEN SPRING WATER, Wiitcrli om Redden KpiinK. St. Al limit-, A or mont, which 1ms proved hu?h v clllrni-io'is in soiofiim cmiccr, and n 1 iII-ciihi-h of lw Mn, iiiu nlm. for lf.VMpcp.ia. Kidney nnd Liver l in plnints, (leiii-nil lJelil lly, c, ,1p. in m w lot nale, nt wholesale nnd retail, nt 2IH Wh liiiiLMon Street, when' hooks tuny hp olitaliu-d eonlnill lug mi iinali or thu Wnlir, with cerlillcnti rum uliyileiniis nnd others, ti-utifui f,' t ) its M'tu'llet.i i'll'i.'ct8lnimuii!roui.fii!.('M wluae ii h.m been tliid. MiaiottANTs National IIank, ( 23 State htii i t, ltoston, Uct. 7. 1SC3, 15. 9. OnoMVItf, K1m AbouI Weklcn Spring Water. Dpi; sin; 1 wnleto tol.iii)rtlpd;i tin. bent lit 1 have leeehed li-om llm Wi.Iiii-n i,,lrf Wntrr 1 have been troubled Willi Ditense ot 1111,11V M'lll-H. I hnvn nuiillwl the Kidm-VH lor hfltmt nf ln. !.'.!...... I.. . ' ....... ... mi, oiriii-.iiis in inn cdiinii -v nun leeeived no ltdier. Some few months (jiiifo 1 Ais lei'oinniundid to try tlio ANVlilnn biniiiR atur. 1 had not tal.cn it lone bufmo I was burpi-iscd to sue how tiiunh Rood it had dono me. Since then I alwins 1 cup it in mv room and hel dom di-liiliany otliir water, knowing (veiittniilv it will cure me As I am anxious tha i.thi is should he bnnetltted hj mv pxpei ielu-i , 1 i lit i r fully reeoiiimrnd it tn all Hiillriitif.' with tin same disease. llespei'tflllly. .I.J M. l rom i iitneis li. Divoii, Msq. Cuimselor nt Law and Average Adjusti r, ho.ston, 17 MniieitA.Nis UxcttANor. Uoston, Oelnbf r 3, ISlis, I:. S. (KJUDWSN. l)i:.li Sin : 1 elipei tnlh coniph with vour ic ipiest to Rive my candid opinion or the mints of the Weldcn SpriiiK Water, IVr some veaiv 1 have sullered much from Dyspepsia, nu"d hav inc exhausted jiatent medicines and the pn seriplion- of t it ii ii v physicians, I wan minted l uv me weiiien .pnug Water. 1 louiid bv Ink iiif; a (,'lass of the wa er before meals it nets ni t atonic and general le-'iilalo&.rthe srsteni. and 1 1. 1.. i. .i . i - .... ... enables me to eat any kind of food without in. convenience. Tlio only evidence I can jjivc my appieciation of its virtues is a recommenda tion to every one hllll'ei iiiix from Dvspppsia tn try it. 1 Vours truly, FI1ANK II. DIXON iji ixn. Jl.vss.. Oct. a. IRfii. K. S. (IOODWIN. i:s(. DiiAii Silt - wifo has used oiir Aelden pniig Water, and has ri'ccivpd L'l-eat iirneili fiom it. hefore she used il shr had a bad cough, m.d had bled Irom the stomach or lungs Tim cough has efdirely disappeared and she is as well, or better, than she has been for ten years. Vei v lespectfuily your old sei aid KUIX T. WIIJJ i. Proprietor of llnupoi'l: Honsr, Qnincy i:i Letters Irom many orltci seen al the ollice. persons can lit- I-:. S. liOODWlN. Ag. nt, 'J1R Washington Street. Huston lint! L O O" A AT .2 Darrow Block, AX1) SKIS THU HEW STTflillS Of O L O T EE 1 K' G The best lino of Suits in Town, Tim Jlc.-I Lino i)' Ovi'i i-nah m ,tii, Tlio Host Lino of Funi idling hoodie in Town. Just Received from New York and Boston. L. MoD. SMITH & CO. d2m-10.'l. The American Cooking Stove Again in Court ! United States Court, His't uf N.Y., Ai.liA.VY, (Jet. 17, 18G8. ) .Iacoii 11. Siikaii ,v .li s. Packard, 'i:iici,i:k lliwrA W.m. .1. Mii.lkh. The Honorable Simon1' Nelson, Juilge. 1 Illls SUIT was bionglit for iniringing tho natenls on a Shnkinir or Vibratim.' Ash Siller, and the combination of a Sifting and Ash Pan in the hearth of a Cooking Stove, an injunc tion was granted restraining their use. Messrs. Hunt ,V Miller have now arranged for a licensi , and w ill hereafter manufacture and sell under a license from us. All oilier persons are eoutiou ed against moiiufactt.ring, selling, or using Stoves with these improvements, aa all in fringenienls will bo promptly prosecuted. SUKAli, PACKAItn ,t CO., Albany, N. For Sale by D. M. WA5.KER, ST, AL!) a NS, 2:ilw2ut VT. Autumn and Winter. I (AD I IOS' Fl'HiNlSIlINU GOODS. 1ilAK now opened u new stock of the above named goods, to which I rrspectlully Invite thouotici ot the Lad'f-s of St. Albans'and vi cinity. Ileal lllaek Thread and .Malta Laces. Heal Valenciennes and Cliiuy Laces. Merino UndervctitHand Pv.iivcrs.-- Kvtra Ouat ity. Metino Hosiery. Gloves, Miltons, Scarfs, Xu. Dress, Sacks, & Cloak Fringes and Gimps. Small Vales, il-o., fee. Making a Speciality of Ibis lino ot needs, I shall endeavor to keep on hand a good, literal assortment, and shall not be unders dd bv any one. L. P. KIMPT0 . Store next to L. L. Dutchcr Si Bone, dwU2li