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VERMONT DAILY THAISTSCIRIPT, DEOEMBEE 3, 1S6S.
-sf - Vermont Daily Trail script , ST. ALLANS, VT. Thursday, DnruMiinu n, 1SGS. Capital Letters, Washington, D. O., Nov. 30. .Z)cr Transcript: One week from this ilny Congress will meet iijtnln, and nlrcn.ly many members, capc'chilly those on important poimnlttecH, me in town, ami busily engaged in preparing business for the session. The elty is quite quiet, however, and general ap pearance, except the advertising co' umus of newspapers, sucli m are devot ed to making known where M. C'.s can yet good rooms, hardly indicate that there is to be an immediate assembling of the "wisdom" of the nation. It, may bo added, however, that the legislative halls' have been prepnrcd by reearpcting, &c, for inoccupation. In a little while, many a familiar face will he seen, and voice heard, in the old haunts. The inevitable JJutlor, thepet sistent and vehement Hchenek, the re trenching genius Washhurne, that in corruptibly honest legislator and man, Fernando Wood; and in the Senate, themnn of piophetic cognomen, Doo little, now on hislasth'gs, withmany ot a grand fame which may not be touched sarcastically ; all will be there, liclp- Imi- nr hindpriiiir the de.-tiny of our country. The lobbyist will also be on hand, and some ue already, as your cor respondent well doth know. The geninscs of the country are now all mechanically inclined, and aa " two of a trade can never agree," there is a wide variance among the national "cab inet makers." This individual "who now addresses you" will not declare his belief at present concerning who the Cabinet of the " much lighting " Ulysses will be, but he takes oc casion to ofl'er an .opinion as to who one of its members ought to be a man of so modest bearing, despite his iinoniialled merit, that tlie more bois- 4 , Ti e names discussed are many the record of most, of them llchly deser ve j popular approval. But for such ele vated positions ns Cabinet Ministers, private preference must give way to tercst. Not many men who-e deeds arc his toric, are capable of assuming the high oillccs in question. Having worked their way into public respect, they would themselves hesitate to accept even what their friends Mould most urge upon them, inasmuch as the pressing demand of the times is, for men qualiiled for the particular functions they will be called upon to perform. The day is past for putting round men into square holes, and square men into round holes ;of put ting weak men In places where none hut tee strongest and firmest 1 itel lects can cope with the difficulties to he met. So the subject is necessarily nar rowed down to tlie- names of those only, whose services in the past, point direct ly to them for (he ofllces to lie tilled. And we shall narrow it down still more, by mentioning tlie name of one gentle man for one office, viz: HoK. Justin S. Moititn... for Secretary of the Treas ury. AVit limit dcroa'.ing from tlie mer lin of others, wo ask, is there a States man who has better earned the title of the people's friend? Honest, earnest, able, he has devoted all his energies to the welfare of his countrymen. In his 1 lace in tlie House, his voice was ever heard in support of liberty and justice, and his vote given in favor of a wise economy, but the strictest honesty to- u-nrilu tlw nntioiml creditor ltli a natural bias to Finance, Senator Mor rill will nut outer the Deii'art roni of the Treasury, either as a novice or as a theorist. Tlie prlncipleof the policy by which hcwouldboguidcd,would be con sistcn with tlie most 'nstidious honor. The burdens of tlie country are great. lie knows tliev are : but lie knows also that by building up tlie great industrial interests of the country they Can be borne and irradunllv lessoned. lie knows further that these industrial in terests require as speedy a return to specie payments, as is consistent wnli w.sdom and salety, and lus nun niistra and to the efforts of Grant himself. It was the number of miles run each day, ami this: "General. Inm a Kcnubllcnn. and nil expenses for repairs. His books al- am very sorry I could not vote for you." rem TolhisGrnnt replied: well, my little some of tlictn nro huge ones, and will man, vou had just ns good n right ns weigh nbout CO lbs. each. Everything many who did v.. to." goes like cloc': work, and the Directois arc enabled, upon tnese uooks, at any ' Cm i mitn n A t rv i vnn TT a r i t h-xt Itttn (nlrannn t'n li tin f'Hnn ti Ifu tlllllllt Ula 1UU IV C1 UI.V.lll 1aaaV HAiltLlJlU.il I bliilV IU Ua.llf V a..... aJ.a K . a a,.j a a a a a ta a. Tlie Librarian of Congress has caused est detail. To successfully manage n line WOMAN. r- . -. I T7,EMA1.1'.R, OWING TO TUB FECULIAU iy comprise numerous volumes, nnu i x.' and imphrta 1SGS. to be temporarily placed in tlie rotunda of railroad from Bellows Falls to Water- of tlie Capitol a statue of Alexander Hamilton, heroic size, executed in Ita ly by Horatio Stone, of Washington un der an order of Congress. loo, in Canada, 340 miles, through a mountainous country, is a big thing,but we imagine the present Managers of the road know exactly how to do it. Farms in Alabama. Dining the part of the month of October, one hun- embracinir 10.027 ncrcs were added to drcd and twenty-live farms, the productive area of the State of Ala- bnmn, by entries, nt the local offlee at Montgomery, under the homestead act of June 21 1801. jsiwtal pottos. Di:cr.iNi2s. Josiali II. Benton. Jr., of Lancaster, N. II., has declined his ap pointment as a Bank Commlssioncr,nnd Orinan P. Hay, of Colcbrook, has boon appointed in his place. N. Y. Charter Election. The N. Y. chartcrclection, which took place on Tuesday resulted In the selection of "It Works like a Charm." Rcnni's Fain-Killing Music Oil cures Head ache. Renno s Patn-KilliDcr Magic Oil euros Tooth ache. Reniie'n Pain-Killing Made Oil cures Ncural- s'; . . . itenno s rain-inning .uagic un cures unoiora Morbus. Rcnno's Pain-ivillini: Made Oil cures Rheu matism. Rcnno s Pain-Killing Magic Oil Cures Lame ness. Rouiio'h Palii-hlllim: Maine Oil cures Skin Diseases. Some folks Kecni to ho proud of telling how "lanio their shoulders nro" of iny crick in tho back" or. "I havo not tho Sciatica" and de light in brafigiug that "nothing can euro mo!" but when wo get such "awful folks" to use Hccne a Pain-Killing Magic Oil, iaithlully, wo not onlv euro their lameness and charm away DiiUlnv TTnll. for Mnvor. ntul O'Gornian. Corporation Counsel, the Democratic .'feX candidates. The English Elections. Tlie re turns from the English elections have all been received. According to the Lon don Times, there will be in the next House 3S4 Liberal, and 274 Conserva tives, a Liberal majority of 112. Tin Molt Of rower of the 77. Cen tral It. It, tcrous might step by and over mm, tion of atlairs wou;d bo directed to that nocomplaintbe hear I from him, or irom cmt As the head cf the Treasury, it many of his friends, perhaps I mean wouj, i)C n;s m,ty to see that every sub Justin S. Morrill, of Vermont, who is ortiintuc ollicer connected with the col- well fitted for and entitled to the post ol C(,tjon 0f t lie Revenue did not enrich Secretary of tlie Treasury, and who, loi .mauif t the public expense. And one himself and for his State, should receive tUlK may bD considered certain, tlie not only tho consideration of his claims mLvenue oilicers, wliose appointment but their suitable recognition. 1 do not jlc sllUetions must have given the great think that any move lias been made by iis-mrance of patriotism and honesty Mr. Morrill, nor by his IrienUs, any ail(1 may jU publicly triuL'd. Mr. Motrin's connection with tlie The following locomotives constitute tlie motive power of tlie Vermont Cen tral Bailroad, with the names of their engineers : No. Name. Engineer. 1 J. Chirk L.Anderson. 2 St. Albans Geo. Chase. 3 Ontario Clias Greenleaf. 4 Ottawa A. Goss. 5 Canada L. C. Webster. 0 Nalhesran Sidney Bliss. 7 Cascadnac Win, McMullen. 8 E.F. Perkins Mclvin Muzzey. a Milton u. Alexander. 10 Stanbridge Frank Dunbar. 11 Montreal Dan Kimball. 12 Winooski G. C. andall. 13 Chnrnplain Harry Quint. 14 Otta Quechee (Spare.) 15 Wooustock Li. i. ureene. further than the few words which the nros? has kindlv said, to achieve hi& dcseiTtd irpmotion. I scud you an ar ticle which originated in a Vermont pa per,! think, touching this matter and ask that it mav bo nrcscnted to youi rc'idcrs. Vermont is so decidedly Republican and so much to be depended upon that the politicians me not careful to s m that she has her just due, and it will do no harm 11 she cares in time for horseli. When public opinion in Richmond justifies n man in killing another in a most cowardly manner for uttering matter which is quite .rue, it need not be a matter or wonder if public opinion silso upholds there the KuKiux in their extermination of the hated Yankees. 1 House Committee of Ways and Means, as its chairman is, however, one of the uesc evidences of his fitness for tlie ollice of tlie Secretaryship ot tlie Treasury. No man is placed at the nead of that cominniittce. who has not die requisite qualifications. He must not only understand the theories of Fi nancial science, but be able to carry into ll'eet that whicli alone can secure the highest interest and welfare of this vast country. Mr. Morrill, therefore, would take his seat in tlie Cabinet as one whose experience and habits mark him as tlie exDonent of an enlightened policy. He would have no private all'airs to clash with his public duties. Knowing pre cisely the wants of tlie people,as cxpres notice that tho Tribune complains at in tlie elections just over, nothing thosniall amount of Grant's bail. Where exists to prevent or hinder hi respond- was Greeley, that he did not oiler to hi ingto the popular will. And last, but not least, his thorough accord anil sympathy with our new chief magistrate will en able him to turn to public advantage all tlie elements of kindness, knowledge .and loyalty which only need the guid ing hand to blend them into strength and put tlieui thus united, in the path way to secure the peace wo need, when hejwill initiate under Providence a pros perity and grandeur, such ns tins lanu mis never attained, and the world lias never yet seen The Confiscation Act. Chief Justice Chase, delivered an opinion tit Richmond, the other day in a case of confiscation of real estate, sustaining tho constitutionality of tlie act, on the ground that in cases involving it, tried oefore the full bench of the supremo Court, neither the Bar nor the Court 10 Roxbury 17 Burlington 18 St Lawrence 19 Bethel 20 Vermont 21 Huron 22 Superior 23 Waterbury 24 Montpelier 25 Missisco 20 Express (Rebuilding.) Lyman Leach. C. McQuestion. Sanford Potter. H. J. Thompson. A. P. v landers. F.W. Pierce. D. McOarty. Wm. Greenleaf. ( Snare. ) James Bowers. and say. "It works like a elinrnil" Hold uvull imitfuiHtH, .Mercnants nun urocets, WM. HKNNE, Solo proprietor and liinii'ifactnrcr. l'ittslleld, Mass. t'231-eow-ly IRON in the BLOOD. The uecc&sity of a due proportion of iron in tho blood ia well known to all medical men; when it becomes reduced from any cause whatever, tho whole system suffers, the weakest part being first attacked, and a fueling of languor, lassitude and "all goneness" pervades tho system. Stimulants only afford temporary relief, and have the same effect as giving a tired horse the whip instead of oats. Tho true remedy is to supply tho blood with the necessary quantity of iron. This can bo dono by lining the P IS n V V I A N S V 11 V P , a protected solution of tho protoxide of Iron, which is so prepared that it assimilates at onco with tho blood, giving strength, vigor and new life to tho wholo Bj-stcni, To take medicino to euro discuses occasioned by a detlciency or IllON IN THE ULOOD, with out restoring it to tlio system, is liko trying to repair a uuuutug wnen tno foundation is gono. aiviiio 8,iya ; "l nave, been using uio ris KUV1AN BYItUl? for some lime pant ; it gives mo now vigor, buoyancy or spirits, elasticity or muscle." Pamphlets containing certificates of cures, and recommendations from somo of our most eminent physicians, Clergymen and others, will he sent ireo to any auuruss. Tho ecnuino has "Peruvian Syuup" blown in tho glass. J. P. DINSJIOltE, Proprietor, No. 3G Dcy St.. New York. Sold by ul Druggists. 245-4w 27 Middlesex 2S Sorelle 20 North field 30 Windsor 31 Georgia 32 (Rebuilding) 33 Essex 34 Stranger 35 Swanton . 30 Royalton M. M. Rice. Ed. Shattuck. J. S. Farusworth. B. F. Merrill. Warren Eager. Geo. Jones. R. M. Gregg. Lovi Aiiderton, ( Snare. ) 37 Ethan Allan Ransom Wells. 38 Michigan Alanson Fadden. 39 JohnCrombie S. O. Stone. 40 Gov. Smith Frank Clatur. bondsman ? Is not Richmond Grantas good in intent and deed as .TeiT. Davis V The Tribune should never find fnul with the eas . escape of any chivalric villain. It should cling to its ''mag-nanimity." You havo snow, witli intercalary rains in Vermont, while we have just now the finest of mild weather, that would make one of your farmers think of fall ploughing. A gentleman from South Carolina has just remarked in my hearing tha"-. nature is in bloom in that section. The world is "all tilings to all men." Yours, BlaTA, Below is the article alluded to by our correspondent : The Sr.citETAKYsnii' or tun Tiikas- I'KY. Sr.NATOlt Moitmi.T.. Now that the Presidential Election questioned its constitutionality. is over, and the people, satisfied with their choice, are lesuininc a condition Gu vnt and the Politicians. The of quietude, reflective men, who have Cincinnati Gazette has the following : watched long and anxiously the pro- "In spite of Gen. Grant's reticence, gress of events, are beginning to forecast enough has leaked out concerning his the probable Cabinet of General Grant, views of the political situation and the ' Of course, every Statesman who hns relation of parties to effectually check taken a prominent part in tho conduct the prediction that Grant would disap- of affairs during Mr. Lincoln's lifetime, point tho Republicans, which slipped and since his decease, and whose careei 5o glibly from .Conservative lips a fort has secured tho confidence of patriots, niglitago. lie lias talked freely regard who spurned any compromise of princi- ing political matters with sovtrnl pro- nles. mi hnhnlf of rebellion or of rebels, minont Republicans, and while, of X 1 I I a . has been spoken of in connection witli courso, no portion of this conversation his fitness to become a member of the can bo published, it is not too much to forthcoming administration. say that these persons hnvo been struck This Is ns it should bo. Patriotic men both with tlie clear and comprehensive who havobor.io the heat and burden ol view whicli the now President takes of the dnv. havo looked with peculiar in- nublic affairs aud policy, and also tcrest on such Senators and Represents!- thoroughly satisfied with tho earnest tlvcs as stood up manfully for tho right ness with which he supports the gener niul truth. These are tlie moil they dc- al features of Republican policy. Tlie siro to sco placed in power, for the pur- gentlemen thus satisfied nro Radicals poss of aiding the country to reap the While in New York n friond of tho Gen full benefit of tho peace it nods, and it oral's, accompanied by a son of somo six must bo conceded that from these mm, years, called upon him, The little fel- 41 Randolph 42 A. B. Foster 43 Bolton 44 Wllliston 45 L. Brnincrd 40 Hnrtland 47 Hartford 48 Sharon 49 Colchester 50 Alburgh 61 (Rebuilding.) 52 G. Merrill 63 Berlin 54 St. Johns oti juansiieiu Chs. Humphrey. unman btevens. Dan Derry. Rich'd Ervlng. (apare.) Horace George. Lo .veil Lyman. j' ranK Jtienry O. F. Stebbins. Henry Dunbar. Eli Hannaford. Myron Glytton. T. ri. unasc. Joseph Cady. u i . unase. Eor all tho Protean forms of Disease origina ting in SCRO F U L.A, such as Salt liheum. Cancer. Consumption. Ac. tiicro is nothing can equal tlie puniymg enecis ol Iodine when aunnnistcrcu in a pure state. Dr. II. Anders' Iodine Water is atrarc solution or iodine uissoivcu m water. without a solvent, and is the best remedy for Scrofula and kmured diseases over discovered, Circulars free. J. P. DINSJIORE, 3C Doy Street, New York. Sold by druggists cenorally, taut relations which thov huh tain, their peculiar organization, and tho oftlccH iney perioral, aro BiiDject to many BUiierincs Freedom fiom tliCHo eoiitrihuto in no email de gree to their liappinenn and welfare, for none can bo happy who aro ill. Not only so, but no lino of these various femalo complaints can long be Butfered to run on without Involving tho general health of tho individual, aid cro lone producing permanent sickness and premature decline. Noi ls it pleasant to consult a phvsiciau for tho re lief of these various delicate directions, and only upon the most urgent necessity will a true woman so lar sacrltlco her greatest charm as to do this. The hcx will then thank us for placing in their hands Blniplo specittes which will bo found elllcaelouH In relieving and curing almost eveiy onu 01 inonotrouu!ceomo complaints pern- , liar to tho sex. Hr.LMiioMiH ExtnACT or llucnu. Hundreds sutler on in silence, and hundreds of others ap ply vainly to druggists and doctors, who either meieiy tantalize them with tno hope of a cure or apply remedies which make them worse. I would not wish to assert anything that would do I jus tice to tno auuciea, nut i uin nmigcd to say that although it may bo produced from excessive ex haiiHtiou of tho nowers of life, bv laborious em ployment, unwholesome air and food, profit o nipustruatioii, tho uho or tea nnu eolleo, and fre cpient childbirth, it is far oftener caused by di rect irritation, applied to the mucous membrane ot tno vagina ltseii. When reviewing the causcH of theso distres sing complaints, it is most painful to contem plate tho attendant evils consequent upon them. It is but slinnle justlco to tho subject to enum erate a few of tho many additional causes which so largely aflect tho life, health, and happiness of woman in all clasues of society, aud which, consequently, aflect moro or less directly, the wclfaro of the entiro human family. Tho mania that exists for precocious education and mar riage, causes the years that nature designed for corporeal development to bo wasted and per verted in tho restraints ot drcs. tho early con finement of school, and especially In the un healthy excitement of tho ball-room. Thus, with tho body half-clothed, and the mind unduly excited b pleasure, perverting in midnight revel the hours designed by nature for sleep and rest, tho work of destruction is half accom plished. In consequence of this early strain upon Iter system, unnecessary effort is required by tho delicato votary to retain Iter situation in school at a later day, tuns aggravating tho evil. When one excitement is over, another in prospective keens the mind morbidly sensitivo to impression, wliilo tho now constant restraint of fashionable dress, absolutely forbidding tho exorcise indis pensablo to tho attainment aud retention of or ganic health and (strength ; the cxposuro to higut air; tno sudden change ot temperature ; the complete prostratiou produced by oxcessivo dancing, must, of necessity, produce" their legi timate effect. At last, au early marriaco cans tho climax of misery, and tlio unfortunate one, hitherto so utterly regardless of the plain dic tates and remonstrances of her delicate nature. boconies an unwilling subject of medical treat ment. This is but n truthful picture of tho ex perience of thousands of our younp; women. Lone before tlio ability to exercise tho func tions of tho gcticrativo ortrans. they renuire an education of their peculiar nervous B.vstem, com posed ot wnac is caned tno tissuo, which is. m common with tho female breast and lips, evid ently under tlio control of mental enntions and associations at an early period of hfo ; and, as ivn cltnll atilianri.tn,. Ill unn tlincntnnindfiiiD nl.,,1. ii j una... Duua.iiuvuiij o.a, tuiauuiiu.iuiiri ...lull cxcPBsivo lead, long before puberitv. to habits iviiicji hiijiiiiu vury jne in uieir vietiuiH ere .la tum has self-completed their development. For Femalo Weakness and Dobilitv. Whites or iaCucorrnoca. too rroiuso Menstruation. r:x- haustion. Too Long Continued Periods, for Pro lapsus una Hearing Down, or i'roiapsus uteri, wo ofl'er tho most perfect specific known : Hrlm hold's CoMrousn ExTnAcr of Buciiu. Direc tions for use. diet, and advice, accompany. Females in every period of life, from infancy to extremo old age, will And it a remedy to aid nature in the discharge of its functions. Strength is tuo giory or mannood and womanuooti Helmhold's Exthact Bucuu is moro strencth ening than any of tho preparations of Bark or iron, minutely san-r, and moro pleasant, helm hold's Extract Bucuu. liaviin? received tho in dorsement of tho most nromliiRtit i.hvHiciariH in tho United States, is now uttered to aftlictod hu manity as a certain euro for tho following disea ses ana symptomi, irom wnatovor causa origin ating : General Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, imbecility, Determination or Ulood to tho Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, ltostlessncss and Sleeplessness at Night, Absence of Muscular Eflicienoy, Loss of Appetito Dyspepsia, emaciation, low spirits, Disorganization or Paralysis of tho Organs of Generation, Palpitation of tho Heart, and, in fact, all tho concomitants of a Nervous aud Do biliatcd Btato of the system. To insure tlio genuine, cut this out. Ask for Heliiholl's. I'ako no other. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Prico fl.25 per bottle, or six bot tles for 0.00. Delivered to any address. Dcs- cribo Kvmptoms in all communications. Address II. T. HELMBOLD, Drug aud Chemical Waro- houso, 594 Broadway, N.Y. Nono aro ccimino unless dono up in steel- engraved wrapper, with fac-smilo of my Chemi cal warehouse, anu signed 11. 1. UialjiUJULiD. 237-d&w-8w CHARLES WYMAIN, BRAINERD'S BUILDING. Comer of Main and Bank Ktreets, ST. ALBANS, VT. TTAS JUSTltECEIVEp A I.AttOE ADDITION wimvmi-MS 8 in,i of AME1IIOAN and SWISS ,'V ' tail cavly and sco tho new Elgin atches. tho pretty Kwhsb watches in gold cases, Ladles bi7.qh, at greatly reduced prices. 1847. 1868. CHARLES WYMAN M.vn just, received a complete aBSortmont of new and beautiful SILVER WAHB. 1848. 1868. Charles Wyman, BEWARE of "PATENTS 1" and new names for PLATED SPOONS. FOlth'S, Ac, but call and purchase tho TMF.D and APPROVED, tho UENUINE "oi.oicii.s'.ooons. Always a full assortment of Extra and Trlpplo Plato on hand. Your name neatly engraved without ex tra charge. 1847. 1868. CIlAJtLICS WVMAS. JEWELRY. 4 N endless variety of Finn Golil. Vli nur ii Roman Jet, and Plated Sets, Rings, l'tux buttons, Charms, Ac., Ac. Gold, Silver. Plated and Steel Chains, both Ladies' and Gouts'. 50 Gen. Grant 07 Gen.Stannard Saml. Stebbins, 58 Gen. Sherman Ezra Taylor. 59 Gen. Sheridan M Claucy. 00 It. 1 Taylor Tlios. liuclc. 01 HieliKato 02 llichmond 03 Stowo 04 Braintree 05 Fairfax Wm.H. Greene. To arrive. J. Richardson. Ed. Tracy. To arrive. The forcgolnjr locomotives -were orlgl nally built, or have been rebuilt by tho Vermont Central Railroad Company, except the following : Tho Roxbury was built by Baldwin & Co. Tho Stranger, Royalton, and A. B. Foster were built by the Taunton LocomotiveWorks ; the Sharon and Berlin by theBoston Mach ine Company : the Gens A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN, Just Published in a Scaled envelope. Price Gets. A LECTURE on tlio Nature. Treatment and XX Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea or Somlnal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual De b'lity, and Impediments to marriago generally ; Nervousness, Consumption, iipiiepsy, and 1'its ; Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from .Self-Abuse. Ac. By ROBERT J.CULVERWELL, M. D.. Author or tno ureenuooit.' sc. The world renowned author, in this admirable Lecturo, clearly proves from his own experience that tne a wan consequences oi iseii-Auuso may bo effectually removed without medicine, and without daimerous surcrical operations, boiiiiles. instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a modo or euro at once certain and cncstuai. iiy which every snfl'erer. no matsor what his con dition may bo, may euro himself cheaply, pri vately and, radically. This Lecturo will provo a noon to thousands and tnousauus. Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain sealed envelopo on tho receipt of six couts, or two postage stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's " Marriage Guide,' prico 2jc. Address tl Publishers, U'llAH. J. U. KLlINli X UU., 127 Bowery. New York. Post Offico Box 4,580 nnrd, Sherman and Sheridan were built by the Manchester Locomotive Works ; and the Richmond, Stowe, Braintree, and Fairfax by Wm. Mason, at Taunton, Miibs. Tho R. F. Taylor, Stowo nnd Braintree have been added to the work ing power of the road quite recently. T P. O. Try a box of Poland's Plantain I Ointment. Tho best Ulvoin tho World, Tnlfi. nn ntlinr. 1ml .nMlttt on havim HiIh. lVi' Granp, btan- ualo by all Druggists aud Country Dealors D J, W. POLAND, Manufacturer. TO rEMAI.ES. TTvR. FRED'K SIOHRILL, Thysician and Sur XJ gcon gives exclusive attention to Diseases of women. He has niado diseases of woman his study for' tho past twenty years. His practice uas ucen vo.y exiuusivu uuui in iiospiiuiuuu in The Taylor is a passenger engine, and ,, aii t.,0 citvnaners. his patients, and tho modi belongs to the same class with the Gov. , protes s,o,., ootn nero a, a aonmu, . , Smith and Perkins, and is fully equal 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 1' emaio complaints, and it is no ui) usual occurrence xor puysiciaus in regular prac to them in everything but Us beauty cf finish. The Stowo is a passenger loco vni-ivvn (titI i Tl t I II f VfiCk VllflU 11 tllf and no others, who people faithfully, tho public lnmade. have served tl.e lows had arranged a few words to say if selection will be the General should notice him. In its brevity It boroa striking resemblnnco said of them than that they nro fully up to f'e Ptandatd of tho homo manufac ture. Tt is well worth the spending of any one's leisure hours in a visit to tho round houses of the Railroad Company and their machine shops at this place. Hero you will find everything in pro cess of construction, from a wooden pin or Iron bolt to a perfect locomotive. Mr. Camp keeps a regular account with each locomotive in detail, their original cost, Ladies will roceivo tho most scientitlo atten Hon, both modloally and surgically, with private apartments during sioknoss, and with old and experienced nurses, if thoy wish. Tho poo1 advised free of chargo. Physicians or patients wUhing hU opinion or advice, by lot. ter, and onolonini,' tlio usual fuo, will bo answered by return mull, Medicines sent to all parts of tho country. Ollice, No.4B IIOWARD STREET, 2U-ly Boston Musb. 1847. 1868, CU A II L ES M'YMA X. CLOCKS, CLOCKS, MAHOGANY, HOSE WOOD, UUONZE, AND MARBLE MANTLE, From $2.00 to $25,000 ench. 1847. 1868. CHAMLES WYMAN. The best place to buy TABLE CUTLERY. A LARGE addition of the indestructible In dia Rubber Handle Knives, at grcutlv re duced prices. 1847. 1868. CHARLES WYMAN Pocket Cutlery. WOSTENHOLM'S. J. Crookes, and Ameri can Knives and Scissors. A large as sortment just opoued. 1847. 1868. CHARLES Twcnty-flvc Years Practice In tho Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe males, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all the physicians malting such practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent euro in tho worst cases of Stqipression and all other jueiikintai Uerangements, irom what ever cause. All letters for advico must contain $1. Ofllco, No. U Endicott Street, Boston. N. B. Board furnished to thoso desiring to re main under treatment. Boston. July. 18G8. 226 lvrdiw THE nANCER, SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER Comi.la.ht, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ac.j cured. A iiooit or iui' lids. Address R. GRE Place. Uontoii, ages, sent free to iuva' UNITED STATES Life and Oasuality Insurance Company, NO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE, JERSEY CITY, N. J. New York Office, 96 Broadway. This Company oilers all tho advantages of other Lifo Companies, with many cntiroly now and IMPORTANT FEATURES. 1. Tho Lowest Rates or Pncsriusr of any Mutual Company in America, and fully equal to 20 per cent. DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE. 2. Policy-holders can receive Comit-nsation in caso of Disabling Accident, at ratos of Prom lum no HioIikh than is usually charged for Lifo Iiisurauco only, ft. Polieios No.s.FoitmTiN'o after Two Pay ments, 4. Annual Dividends made Non-Forfeitablo. 5, Loans on all Policies, fi. Liberal Permission to Travel, 7. A DF.rrisiTC Cash SuminNnnn Yaluo guar antee in all Policies. EDMUND 0. FISHER, President. JOHN B. CHURCH, Jr., Secretary. C. Y. BUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont. MAIN STREET, ST. ALBANS, VT. AGENTS .WANTED. d 141 3m. Spe ctac I es. CI OLD, Silver, Plated and Stool. Real Pebble r and Pobblo Glass from 23 cents to $10.00. 1847. 1868. CHARLES WYMAN. THE best gold Pens and cases made In this country. Every pon.warranted. 1SGS. 1 847 Charles Wyman. COMBS, COMBS, COMBS, Brushes, Cloth, Hair, Tooth and Nail. Brittannia Tea Pots. CUT glass Goblets, Berry Dishes, Tumbler and Castor Bottles, 1S47. 1868. Charles Wyman. A GREAT VARIETY OF Fancy Goods. C CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. All of tho above J articles will bo sold very Choap for Cash. St. Albans, Nov. 25. 1808. d-16G-w245-tf. Autumn and Winter. LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. I HAVE now opened a new stock of tho abovo named goods, to which I respectfully invito tlie notico of tho Ladies of St. Albans and vi cinity. Real Blaek Thread aud Malta Laces. Real Valencionneij and Clnny Laces. Merino Undervests and Drawers, Extra Qual ity. Meiiuo Hosiery. Gloves, Mittens, Scarfs, &e. Dress, Sacks, & Cloak Fringes and Gimps. Small Wwroa, Ac., Ac, Malting a Speciality of this lino of Goods, I shall endeavor to keep on hand a good, liberal assortment, and shall not uo undersold oy any ono. L. P. KIMPTON. Dutchcr A Sons. dw!32tf Store next to L. L HOLIDAY PRESENTS! NOW READY AT HUNTINQTON'S.