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VlilEMONT DAILY T.RANSCEIPT, DEOEMBEl? "12 1S6S.
tt -i.Tv.il, rn,,,,,,.,-,,:,,! V crmoiit Daily lntnsciipt. ! ST. ALBANS, VT. SATUltDAY, T)eckmht:u 12, 1S0S. 'Woodstock Jtrttti'ottd. ' - Tho editor of the Rutland Courier lit h recently taken a trip from Woodstock to WhlUlver. Junction oveMh. iu inc uauroau ium m BtrilCtlon. 110 Hays UllU rremiii-iii. "NVashbum miuI the directors of that I road, are t-ntltlod to much crodltfor their j ..nnorttoaa nflhrtq. ill the nroscCtltloil of1 this great work. Although the grading of tho roadwaa not commenced until into the month of May of this year, we arc insured that one half the work or grad ing Is already performed, and (.Jen. Washburn feels confident thu' the loco motive may safely run over tho whole route from White River Junction to Woodstock before tho 1st of December jiext. From Woadstoek to where the road diverges from the Qucehee river, the grades are light, and the road can be cheaply built. J Jut from tins point oi divergence to White Itiver Junction, the cost of constructio will far exceed any equal number of mile- between Rutland and Sherburne, on the proposed road from Rutland to Woodstock. The rock excavation, or "tunnel" (so called) on the summit of the mountain in Plttsfleld, on the latter road, will not cost one ha.f the money that the hard j an excavation on Shalley's Hill, will on the former road. Congress. In the Senate, on Thursday, Mr. Ed munds cal.ed for the unfinished bus iness of the previous day, stating that ho favored the reading of the Presid ent's message, in order to show to the country tho kind of man who occupies the Presidential chair. Thebenate alter discussion consented to the reading of the message, an J when finished it was ordered to be laid on the table and prin ted. Sonator Wilson introduced a joint re solution submitting for ratification tlie following amendment to the constitu tion. Article 15. No distinction shall bo made by the United States nor by any State nmoiur citizens in tlioir civil or political rights on account of race, color, or r.reious condition ; re.en.ed to judi ciary committee. Alfcn n uitl to regulate elective franchise in tlie united biaics retcmd to same committee. HOUSU. Mr. Washburn of Illinois, offered his rescluticn lor a recess fiom Monday, December L'lst, to Tuesday, tlie otii Jttnunrv....Wr.S",.,":-';,.-rv "".y1 uV,6f ' --v.cn uy mo roniuuiioo 01 ways am. means this morning, he would m'ove an amendment by im.iiing the recess from Wednesday, idJUl of December, to Mon day, the 4Ui of January. Mr. Washburn moved the previous question. Tlie vote was taken by yeas and nays on the nmeiidment and it was rejected, yeasTo: Jiayslil. Mr. Ualdwin moved to'lay the resolution on tlu table. Rejected with out decision. Tho resolution as origin ally introduced was then adopted. JJioomall oi Pennsylvania, intioiUced a bill to regulate the value of United states legal tender notes in coin, and to provide lor tlioir redemption ; referred to committee on W:ys and means. The Senate joint resolution, respecting pro- viBiuiuu jL,ovenunenis oj Virginia and lexas wasreterred to tlie reconstruction committee. Air. Uoburn introduced out to amend the internal revenue laws taxing whisky, which was referred to committee on ways and means. The President's Message in the Senate. The special correspondent of the Dos ion Avert tser describes as follows the reception of the message in tho Senate The Senate received the message from the President's private secieiarv at ex actly one o'clock. There were no't nianv persons in the gal.o.hs, for the people expected a scene at uio other end of tlie eapitol. The clerk began its reading just us uio printed copies were di . tribul cu am-ng tlie senators. Ho had read about ten minutes, not having reached the atrocious paragraph in wnica the j-'ieslcltnt advocates rc.uudia.ion through non-payment of interest on our bonds. "when Mr. (Jonness rose and indnriiantlv moved to dispense with the furtlier reau- ing ot ibo document. 'i'Jie wrath and contempt of tho senators hail been gra dually rising ona ould soe that easily enough from tho gallc.ies. The mono aitlon to quit reading wus, however, no 3e9s novel than astounding, and at llrtt u decided majority of senators seemed to ho opposed to such severe treatment of uio tmergency. Air. Garrett D.ivia caught at his breath and managed iosny that the motion was most extraordinary " Yes," responded Mr. Conuuss and the message is most extraordinary, such an one as no other President ever sent to Congress." Warming to his subject lie went ou to say that it was a tirade ol abuse, an indecent attack upon Congress a tissue of malignant latsenoods, iliis language caused a decided to lsatiou. Several senators rose to t-peak ; two or threo uppculcd to Mr. Coi uess to with draw his motion ; others urged him 'to press it to a voto, and there was somo confusion. Mr. Wado called for a vote on the motion to stop the reading, and on the viva voce answer, declared mat it had been carried. Mr. Davis and others wanted a yea and nay vote, so that was ordered. In the meautime there had been tome private consultation, nuu as its result, Mr. i.on ncssBiddthat ho was willing to with draw tho motion if it was thought beat. Mr. Cameron replied that ho would at once renew It, and so it was not with drawn, Mr. Howo said that the messa ge was Indeceut iu its character. The Constitution dots not give the Prel- dont nny right to send such a mwsng? ,r n .uummo uiun uw soii.ho mo duty of listening to sucli n message. Messrs. juorton aim wuion couuurrcu I In proiiouncliifi It full of nilsi-cpro.sontti-t.on, but thought that the- Sonntc lu.d bolter havo It read through. Mr. Cuin cton elinnictorizod Itns unfit logo on the , Sonnto journal, and wanted It tl rown uiion the tab.o at once. Mr. Morton re- . .... ,4 .1 ...... .1... 11 1.1..... niinueii tuo nentue uiai uiu riiMiutm. i,u,j iv right to coniinuuieute hiu viev In his own way, adding that ho. h.nl. elf, ,avlngsof a i ad, (Ilyaiipoiiueii man. .m- Drake characterized it as the lust kick of the defeated Executive, which it was not worth while to mind. A majority or the Senate seemed to think otherwise for when at this point Mr. Edmunds moved an adjournment it was carried without division. T.ius the Senate, outraged beyond res traint, refused, lor the iirst, time In its f xistoncc, to hear a message lioui the White liotise. Willie then was some division of opinion among tho repub. le ans as to the propriety of allowing it to be read, there was none h. condemna tion ot us doctrine. Dhatii of an Actuuss. Helen Western, an actress, died in Washing ton, D. C, on the morning or the Utli, from congestion of tlie bowels. Notick to Fools. A New York pa- . . i . i .. r 1 I .. per advises mat an our uogiimuiL- pass a law requiring hotel-keepers to hang up by each and very gas burner in each and every sleeping apartment in tho house tho following: "Notice to fools. Turn out the gas and do not blow it out," Hrllylous Items. The New Baptist Church at Dalivlllo is to be dedicated Dec. 23. There is to bo a nhristinn convention of churches and Christian associations at Poaohiim on tho loth and 10th d'tys of December, beginning at 2' p. in., Tuesday, and continuing through Wed nesday. Tho Universalis! Society at Jackson ville are still without preaching, with litt e apparent prospect of having any this winter. The children of tho Sabbath School at East Dover are raising money to send books and papers to thccolorod children of tho South. The ongregational Church at Wood stock, has voted to have but one sermon on tlie Sabba.h, and that 1U the morn ing. Wo take the following from the Brat tloboro JVioji.r : We announced last week thatRev.II 11. Peauodv mm resigned ms cnarge as pastor of 1 lie Baptist church in this vil lage. At n mooting ol th j momherrf ot the chnrcii last Friday evoning, wo un ms uiiwr.s uure ciosea wirn tne services oi last hunday. His bri-'l ministry to .i.t.. i. i. .. . . i ... vnif uuiu -ji mis, we neueve, neon high ly successful and trenerallv siiiisfneim-v and much lvgrot has been expressed that he is to leave thin Hold or labor. iur. I'eaootiy is a young man of great promise, has (ale it and culture, is of a broad and liberal spirit, earnest in his work, attracts many, ami especially tho young, to his ministrations by his sym pathetic and alleclionuto nature and his appeals lo the best and highest in their souls, and his sincere i.ovotion to their weltare and improvement. In the short tune no has been among us ho lias xraia ed a strong hold of the afl'eetions i,f not iew, nas won rue esteem and respect ui mi wnu unew mm, and wi'l carry with him as lie goes to other fields of labor the best wishes of many friends. f'eivoiiaf. Ccn. H. Henry Baxter, was on Wed nesday,' elecled one of the Board of Dir ectors of the New York Central Rail-1-oad. Petroleum Vesuvius Nasbyis a native of Bennington. He left that town when about four years of age. Bishop .Simpson lectures in Keene,N. H., Dec. IP. Subject: ''Future of our Country," T le Vermont Senator from La., W. P. Kellogg, tho Free Press Washington conejpondont says, is a lino looking re s'. 1 ire, energetic man and comes wi h a gaud record. Mr. Whitney, of Bostqi, s studying singing in Italy. Ills voice is a deep uass. ' Queen Victoria has granted a pension of 100 t;, Mrs. C. 8. Hall in considera tion of her long and useful literary ser vices, Mr. Ponbody hrs made another dor.a tion of half a million to the London poor. Daniel Drew is in disgrace with his denomination, tho Methodist, sine tho recoup stock gambling disclosures. Mr. Cornell thinks that tho Universi ty founded by him at Ithaca will twci). ty yen re hence contain four thousand students. Rev. John Rogers, of Stanstead, P.O.. is giving a course of lectures In Djrby on the History of the Jews. Mr. Frodoriak Whymper, an English traveller of repute, win haslust publish ed a volume of travel and adventure In Alaska, has joined tho editorial stafl'of tho Alia Calif grnlcrn. Blind Tom is sivinsaoncQrtsin Wash ington, D. C. Gov. Bullock, of Georgia, is in Wash ington. Tho Il9iicock Bar Assoolatiou, Mo., at tho October term of iho S. J. Court, pas sed resolutions highly eulcgistio of Fre- dcrlc'c Ilnlo, Esq., n yot n and promt - .ing member, who died latsprlng nt tho res donee of Ilcv. Dr. Howard In Wo c Hlock. rooirVi Chicago. iiy A wi:siT.ntt post. I have lu'on to the North, I lmvo been to the South, Hut in travelling a man may alar ro, To tuo Jumping on' place pro ho will Unci A town that will compare with Chicago. If yon' never havp altered your name iu your life, Nor never did up to tlio liar go, Or else run nway with aiioti or man's wife, They won't let you live in Chicago. Somo pcoplo Bend on h Adam's pxprca.i, And Mimupnt theirtnift in al'aiRo; Hut if you would go to to the d 1 direct, Von must enter your name at Chicago. They won't let a clergyman live in the town, On such they have put an embargo, Unless he maltes mutton of all his young lambs, And thou he may (day in Chicago. Thero the infants aro fed on whiskey direct, l'or liquor tlijy all to their ma go, And tho unity cows give, an a man might ex pect, Mill: punch in the tow t of Chicago. Yot it cannot bo said that their morals are had ,Or that thoy too much below par go; Tor tho dovil of a moral folh'i over had Who live in the town of Chicago. Oh, Sodom wan "dome " and Gomorrah was "m-eat." n And in Venice oach man's an Iaco; lHn thu bcautifm city that rakes them down Ts the elegant villo of Chicago". all A Aw York Clerk. A vcumt man by the name of Ames was a olork for a merchant in Now York, and was entrusted with bills of laruo amount to collect, which ho per formed honestly, so far as his employer did discover : biit Mr. Smith that was the merchant's name was a very can tiolis man, and often laid "traps" to catch his clerks in defrauding him, and see if any of them were not proof against odshonesly. .In this way be as certained which of them could bo truss ed, and when he found one of thorn (lis honest he would discharge them. Mr. Smith kept a wholesale and retail dry goods store, doing an immense busi' ncss. and alter ho had aecumumcua fortune and began to think of ictiring from business, he said, "Now I am going to give up my bu slncss to such of my clerks as I know to Lo ho. .est. I shall test them one" by one, and to-momw I'm going to see what Air.cn is an honest young man or a rascal." The next' morning ho called on friend whoso son was intimate with young Ames, and arranged a ''trap" to test his hone tv. Ho had arranged a liii'ge number ol accounts to collect that dav. and Boort D )Mr. Smith's friend's son), was to meet him by accl dent, and propose to spend some of tho monev collected for nuts, oranges, ice cream, &;. and had a large roll of bills a id "lots' of fr ctional currency, when the follow ing conversation ensued : "Coo., morning, Amos been out col lecting v wot lot's of monov, I s sup pose V" 'Yes. I've over ;i rlinncnml nllma and must hurry back o the story as J'm afraid I may get robbed. One don't know who may ho dogging his stops in such a city as Now York, to rob him osren in the day time." "Don't bo in a hurry. Taylor's." 'ihey went iu and beautiful marble table. Let's go into at aown to a "Now Ames, said Bolerl, "you have uuuiiOL inn oi moi.ev. ami I am v.nt inr short ; just take a dollar out of that roll greenbacks, and pay tho bill. Nobody need know about it. You can turn tho money over to the casino and if hedis- envois it, snort one uouar von can snv ...... J t. ..i. . - . . . 7. i iieeuiuu. jur .it soma mistake puuiu uiisiaive soinewnero." isueh cr- rprdoecrroiton, you know, and nobody Liniiiva imio : iiisjioncsr. i toil you, Ames, such chaps as you don't' gel more than half paid for their services. rtl i.l-ll .......1.1 I . ' mm ii. nuuiii iiui ue wrong oenasinnn v to take a lew shillings when it is done without detection. 1 know n vnmw v . low wno pays an ins small bills, such as juleps, cigars, and coim? nut in tim i i. . .... .: "o theatres, in that way, and has dono so for years; and his employer never sus peered mm oi dishonesty." "No, sir," replied Ames, "1 cannot comply with your rcnuost. A iinii.,,. short in iny cash may ha considercdtind evenooKcu ; nun mere would como a sot- uenient with conscience which could not bo got over very easily. My father used to say to me. ' Johnnv. when vmi grow to bo a man remember that ll'on- eity is tho best policy.' He's donil nrwl gnno now, but those words will never be t.irgotton. I know I'm workimr for low wages, but I agreed (o wor.c lqr what I receive, ond havo no right to use my oinployor's money on that account. No, Bobart, I roftise your request with scorn and indignation. I am poor, but, thank God, I have never yet taken money that didn't belong to mo, and I trust I never shall ; and if this is tho way you seek to turn young men from the path of recti ttulo, 1 desirp never tp nipct yoi again." Ames thon aroso and left ljobort, and returned to tho store, Tl o next day Mr, Smith called his clorks Into his olllco and told bom to bo seated. Thev all starred at each other in wonder ono mil all expecting to bo discharged. "Boys," said ho, " I am going to re tire irom tusjness, havM mu my fortune ..ore, aiii now I proposa to loan mv cntiro stonk in trailn nmo sn iw i in amount and the good wJU of my cue. ! tomers, tosuoh of you ns I feci 'l on trust. Ames, st.intcn and Danford handing a document to Ames hcie is uio pin or sale. You will, if agreeable, take immediate possession, nnd iho pay ments iniy Le mad o yoiir convenien ce. I have tested your honor, eacu of ;oili no mattor haw, and 1 havo no VII4W J incut ce .vou, no manor how, and i havo ilnnif. fl.nf , 1'n i. .f ' I rrni.-f,,,, i.i i,ix t ::;"?' .ri v h,XVr " i4WlbU v"u l',osl,ei- l Thn i rm nf mna ai x i. liio linn of Amos, Stinton &Danfortl Is ono ot tho wen thiest of Now yoyk. Ames is married, lives in Fifth Avenue v.t " v' ' "-'i wuiMwiivqcniar of hU oinployor's money, , . Children and their ' 'Si;tn(s, i Such is tho title of a paper In the D -comber number of "Hours at IIomn." It abounds In anecdotes, a few of which wo quote : A friend of ml"o has two bright little boys Freddy, between three and four years old, and Willie about five. A c.ironlclc of their doings and sayings wou d llll a volume, but two specimens uiuttsulllce. Both were very fond of milk, and a mug of it alwa s complete! their supper. But, while in the country ins: summer, it so chanced that they one day saw the girl milking. "There, Willie," said Freddy, "you see that, do you? I don't want any more milk after tho cow's had it." And le withdrew very much disgusted. rhat evening, when their mugs ot milk wcro niaccd on tho table, both stood untouched. A reason of this phe nomenon being asked. Freddy simply declared that he didn't want any in lk after tho cow had had it. ut further-re fused to explain. Willie, however, t ui of the discovery of the morning. The mother then oxpiainou to mem that the milk did not come to them second hand that the cow ato grass, which was changed into nunc by a won derail chemical process, akin to that which pioducodeveivthlng in Nature. In tho light Of this explanation. Willie wns satisfied, but Freddy still turned up ins nose aL mills., huukih lo uinon inal proposition. Alter an per, Willie, who on these important occasions always acten as ex pounder, tooli his brother aside into coiner. "It's nil right, Freddy," ho s dd, " and you can just go on drinking vo.irmuii ii train. J no ccw eats grass and that's wn it makes it. Now if tho cow. didn't cat t c grass, you'd have to, you sec. That's wnattnecow's lor." Freddy resumed his evening draughts To his mind tho only alternative was eating grass, and from that he shrank. How observant children are, and how tlfbir eats prick up at an intimation that anything is going on wmcn tney are not par.Icul.ulv dejhvd to see or hear! A little lellow, (a minister's son " by the way) sat on tho floor one attcrnon, playing with his blocks, when some uidies called on his mamma. Very toon the conversation turned. lam sorry to saw on a bit of scandal that was in the village. ItcinembOi'ing suddenly that the child was iu tho room, and not knowili ' exactly how much ho miht understand of what was Lving said, an abrupt pause was made in fie conver sation. Thero sat tho little fellow, busy with his blocks, and in reality not hem ii; word ot what was being said. Hue no sooner did tho pause come t-an ho turned round, and rolling en t c llojr, and laughing as thou u his little sides would burst. snoLtm: ' Co right on. that' just&uch as I like to hoar every day ! ' 'Mamma, mamma," cried a little boy when the sun id gorgeously red one Christmas eve. " see ho.v hot ncav.n is over there. Santa Claas is baking, giicss, In manner somewhat like this did oi of these uatur.ii philosophers accauu tor another pi.enomjnou. Jieanng man dump coal in iho bin one day, with .. fni-ril..-uiiji.cil.i.ul lin ShOUkO.'J v.ii'ill tur. it is uod putting oo.il on 4 Uhildron are great realists, interpret ma iiiwgBiii wie most literal sense, 'i i me ui.nnuie mtiiu the beautiful metu pnor or the L,orU walking in the mmln iii tho cool of the day, conveys the idea oi a tangiou nresencj. i know" umi a little uoy to whom the passage was read: "Just as papa does, with his nanus ueinnti mm, and an old coat on nuvaaiAuis Uf ll'JAMS. XOU 111'C getting into years. Yes, bat the years are getting aito you the ripe, 'rich years, the gon.al mellow years, tlie lus- uiuus years, une uy ono iho cruditiesof your youth are lalling oil from you, of the tion. un the ruins ot shattered plans, vnn mm voin vantage ground, vnnv brqlron hopes, yp.ur thwarted juirpbsos, your doleaied aspirations become u stuit oi strength oy winei you mount to sub inner heights. With seh-nossosslon and Rolf-command of all things, the title Miw oi uieaiion loneiied is ivn n mm N'lir. lri.w , . !. 7 .u .xiiiis m lijuiu iu ms own again liarthandsca and slcv nnnr nut thi.i. largeness ol love. All tim niwiio i,,, . . -.-w . . .I . . . 1 1 1.. -. uu" " i" my i. ueasiires at your leet. Her Own Calf. Tho Baldwinsvillo uuzctte relates the following incident: Henry Marvin, of thfsvllln ly known as one of tim boat, miniim, , in the county. It scorns that a few days w,"-u v ww uancii upon iu, cxcrciFO niH vuuauuu at a piaeo near Onondaga Hill AiltwilLL L11U lllLli:ilH 111 lift KHIM U'DP n uuuur. vcrv. attramivn in nnmi'nmwm W " w .JW H ami conscnuent v oik friend Armvi, r V - T " " I I Ull O wen extensiveiv on t ie nmnv imni i jneicsin iho otistomary Yormasou ar of an gxpenenceu uuctiq-icoA winding up his eloquont description with the nour ish that she was as "gentle as a Jamb." Thereupon. n long, slab-sided nnimtrv. man who hud listened open-mouthed to tlie wordy display of our friend Man in, whoso legs were twelve Inches longer than his pants, annronebnil tim l.r.nv.,. and commenced handling hor teats.' J,os,y, not relishing suh familiarity, lilted her hoofs, and laid T!iv.nn. sprawling somo 10 foot oil'. "Thpre" said Henry, " that shows one ot her best traits : she'll nnvni" nl- low a strange calf to come nnir lu.rin Creony meanwhile picked himself up and gave nis bnsbv untn n spratch, oxolalming . 4 "No wonder sho won't, whon hor )yn, ea,,f, ,1,ns 1 been blurting around her A huge roav brolco from I lin ond our neighbor Marvin gracefully "gavo In." Tho editor of the Cyqthlnnn (Kv.) -AVJIIM. ill Vll'll.llllV 1111 ll.f.ll tr. ..'l. filinoal to hia auli. sci'iboi's, says j " WHO IWO In niTenra, to nay tin. """v., . iu t.iu n iiwuui out delnv " "'u neen monoy at i. n...i. . i i o ! unr ink is givon to ns, we steal i. ni' io.)or, unci wo win our printers' wages nt 'fjeyon up.' Bo it costs im nothing lo oarfy on o ir b ish oss. Neyor tlioless, ns a nutter of neooromodatloS wiut tnoy owe m if tlijy will sond It immediately," y 1 " viikv, uio egqusm, tne insiuatioii, o-wiiuormout, the uncertainty. .Neat er and iietnor you are approaching your self. You are consolidating your forces Yoii are becoming master nt tlm iin.i NOTICES. 4!tt -Z r To Physicians. Ni w Yonit, AllKitst lfith, 18G7. Allow mo to call v-nr iittunt on to inv I'ltr,- PAl'.ATblN Of UuMPOUND HXTIlAOl' 11U- ill U. Thuonmiioni'ht partH aro llUIIHU, l,on hAi-, cuiiiiiiMjJUNii'jin m.nitiiw. Monr. or ii'ui l'AiUT'ov. Dudin, in miciui. Jiuillici HorriuH, hy ilihtlllation, to fnnn a Hup gin. CiU'oIh cxtruuli-d hy nlciplncutnuiit hy .. rt i.... 1. 1.. ..i .1. fraKriilicu ; the action orallamo dehtrojs this' 1 III II lUUlt Ul'lllii 11 1.1 il Ml ..III lllilt II111IO It.l (its lictlvo principle), leaving a tlarl; mid Kint- i inous decoction. Mine i:i the color ot inrcdU ci.ts. Tho lliu'hn in my pioiieration predomi-1 uatc ; tne KimiiicHt (inantuv ot tnu otiicr nu'redientsaro added, to prevent termeiitatuin ; upon Inspection, it. will he found not to be a 1 Mictiue, as mado in I'hariuacunuw, nor it is a Syi np--and therefore can he used In eaten liei o lever or liiii.iinmation exists, in tiiH, you navu the knowledge of the inniedlonts and the mode of prepcration. Hoping mat you win nror.it wun a trial, ana that U))on inspection it will meet with your ap probation, - , witu a iccnng oi commence, I am, very respectfully, 11. T. HKl.MnOLD" Chemist and DnicL'ist of ffl VeaiH' F.xpe- rience in l'hiladclphia, and now located at ins Dnii; and Chemical Vn arehouse, Ml ilroadway, New Yuri; ("rom tho largest Mamilacturin Chemists iu the World. "1 am acipiamtcd with in-. n. r. lioiiubom ; in occunieil tho Uruir btore opposite my resi dence, and was successful in onductini; tho business wheio others hnd not been equally so before him. 1 havo heen favorably imprchsed with hiH character and enterprise. WIM.IAM WlilGH'l'MAN, I'irm of l'owci'H ,V Weiiihtiiun. Manufac-' turniK Chemists, Ninth and Brown .Streets, Phil adelphia. IIm.MDOi.u's Fi.riu Extract liucnu, for weak ness urising from indiscretion. Thu exhausted powers oi it nt lira winch aro accoiiijianiod hy so many alarming symptoms, which w'H, bu found Indisposition to Exertion. Loss of Memory, Waueniiue s, horror ot Ulseato, or rureuouliiK of Evil, in fact. Universal I.aHSitude, Prostrn lion. and inability to enter into tho oniovmcuts of society. The Uonstitiition, once nilected with Organic Weakness. reiuires the aid of Medicine to strengthen and invigorate tho system, which llEUIHOLiB'S liXTiiAOT UuClIU invariab.y does. If no treatment is Huhmittvd to, Con sumption or Insanity ensiles. II ht,u hold's Fluid Extiuct ISuciiit, in alVec tions peculiar to Females, is uncquali-d by any other preper.ition, asiu Chlorosis, or ltetuntion, I'ainfulncss. orSuppreseioii ot Customary Evac uations, Ulei rated or Schirrus State of tho Uter us, and all compla nts incident to the sux, whether arising irom habits of dissipation, im pui lenci in, or tho decline or cluhgo of lift. Hkmiii ld's Fluid Exrii.var llueno ami Im eaovcD ltO'.r. Wash will rad.eally exterminate Irom the system diseases ui'ising from habits ut dissipation, at littlo expense, little or no ch.usge in diet, no inconvenience or oxposuru : complete ly superseding tlioso unpleasant and dangerous remedies, Copavui and .Mercury, in all these dis eases. Use IIeliiiiold's Fluid Extiiact Uuciiu in all diseases ot these organs, whether oxisting in male or fenialo, from whatever cause origina ting, und no m titer of how long standing. It is pleasant in, tasty and odor, 'immediate" iu action, and more strengthening than any of the mvuaratious ot D.uk or Iron. Those suffering from broken-down or delicate constitutions, procure ti o remedy at once. The reader must ho awaru that, however slight may bo the attack of tho above diseases, it is certain to affect tho bodily health and men tal powers. Ad the vhw't.i?rA?p,s,i'flui,s.i2 ".yLtfitir's urn ki'uui uiureno. auui ny nruggists everywhere. Prico-S1.23 per bottle, or (i bo. ties for J0.5J. Delivered to .my address. Describe tlie symptoms in ah tuiuiiiumcauons. Address II. T. HEUIUOLD, Drug and CI ical warehouse. 5'Jt liroadway, N. y. None nve genuine unless dono up in steel-engraved wrapper, with fae-simile ofrnv Chemical 't.wtwiw, unit DJUUll dw-24G-8 II.T. HELJIIJOLD. Tieenty-Jlve Years Practice in the .treatment of Diseases incident to Vp. males, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all the physicians making such practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee a apeedy and perman ent euro in tho worst cases uf Sujipression and an ouier .ui-iiuruai jjerangemenls, from what- V. ,.,V. " lur uuvico must contain 1. Olhce, No. U Endicott Street, Boston. N. Ii. Hoard furnishedJo those desiring to re- lll.llil tlilUL'l IIIJIIIUIUIII. liostou.'Jnlv. 18(is. 220 lvrdiw Miloiiauiioii. rNFOHJrATION guaranteed to produce a luxu- I riant erowtll Of bairiinnn .a li,i!l lm.il n. .. beardless face, also a recipe for tho removal ol pimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., oil tho skin, leavtiii; the same soli, elii.'ir nnl lmniri,i nn. - ...... ut.u. ...I.,, .(Ill lift nliln ...r.. . .. I. ., ' "Kiuuiuu mmum, enargo ny aadressing THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist. CG-ly 82;i liroadway. Now York. TUiq UNITED STATES Life and Casuality Insurance Company, NO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE, .JERSEY CITY, N. J. New York Oflice, 96 Broadway. This Company otl'era all the advantages ol other Life ( ompanies, witli many entirely now un IMPORTANT FEATURES. 1. The LownsT R.vrns nr Pnv.inmr nf nnv Mutual Company in America, and ftillv equal to Dm ...... ....... 2(1 ner cent. DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE. 2. Policy-holders can vecnivn PnvurvotTinv iu case oi u sal) hi.'.' Accident, at v:itns nf 'mm liim .vo Uinhr.u tliau is usually rlurged for Life iiimuaiii'ii oiuy. 3. Policies No.v.Poukf.itino after Two Pay ments. , 1. Annual Dividends mailo Kon -forfeitable 5. Loans ou nil Polloii.s. (1. Ltbnr.il IVrmission to Travel. 7. A DnFFiNiTT. Cash KKimnsnim Value guar anteoin all Policies. , SPECIAL I ftuor oiitaiiiiii irom ,imi iicr ifuiinw, contaui- 1 1 , " , , V . . ..t..Vi M, A;1.J-.f,V.". niKviM-.v little 8U?ar, a small inopoitioiiofup.Ut. I ? t htAK$ r AMEIllQAN ami .SWISS inal more palatable than nny now in use. The vv .1 i Cnl,1.c',-V al"1 sl', "jo now Kliu active pn. pel ties aro hv tliU nioile extracted. I i' 1t.ul",H' i''10 l,r.cU h"'8B8 Tn,c,i1'8 !!' Knld caHC ltuchn, M prciiared hv UriiBBUt Keiierally, j L;ulk'8 8iZ0H' t Kreatly rrdnccd prices. KDMUND 0. riSIIER, President. JOHN Ii. CHUHOII. Jr., Secretary. 0. w. llUCK, Agent for Norlhovn Vermont. , MAIN STUEFi', ST. A I. DANS, VT. AGENTS WANTED. d 1113m. 18d7. 1868. CHARLES WYMAN, BRAINERD'S BUILDING. Corner of Main and Bank Streets, ST. ALBANS, VT. TTAK .IltBT BDnDTVUn 1 T llirtl.. iniMnnnu 1847. 1868. CHARLES WYMAN HAH just received u complete assortment of new and beautiful SILVBIl WASH, 1848. 1868. Charles Wvman. BEWAltE of " PATENTS 1" and new names for PLATED SPOONS. FOltKS, Ac, but call and purchase tho TU1ED and APPROVED, tho HENUIN'E HOi fJ lilts' uoous. Always a full assortment of Extra and Tripple Plate on hand. Your name neatly engraved without ex tra charge 1847. 1868. VII All L ES WYMA S. JEWELRY. A1- N endless variety of Finn flold, Etruscan. " P.onian Jet, and Plated Sets. ltliiL's. l'in. buttons. Charms. Ac-.. Ao. Gold. Silver, l'lnliwl ondSteol Chains, both Ladies' and acuta'. 1847. 1868. CUAltLES WYMAN. CLOCKS, CLOCKS, MAHOGANY, HOSE WOOD, llliONZE, AND MARBLE MANTLE, From $2.00 to $23,000 each. 1847. 1868. V1IA11LES WYMAN. The best place to bay TABLE CUTLERY. ALAItGE addition of the indcBtructihlo In dia Ilubbcr Handle Knives, at grtntlv ro dm.0.1 prices. 1847. 1868. CHARLES WYMAN Pocket Cutlery T7-OSTENHOLMU J. Crooltes, 'V it,, x, vn and KriuKnra sortment just opened. f,CUifi0rfl- and Amerl A large a-- 1847. 1868. CJIARLKS WYMAN. Spectacles. VJand Pebblo Glasn-from 25 cents to $10.00. 1847. 1QRQ CHARLES WYMAN. riVlli best gold Pens and eases made in thm A country. I'.very pen warranted. Charles Wyman. combs; combs, combs, Brushes, Cloth, Hair, Tooth and Nail. Brittannia Tea Pots. OUT glass Ooblets, Berry Dishe., Tumbler J and Castor llottles. JS47. 18G8. Charles Wyman. A GREAT VARIETY OF Fancy Goods.' pONSTANTuY AMUVING. All of the abov V J articles will lio sold vcrv Chnan for fii. St. AlbaiiH, Nov, 35. 1HC8. d-lG0.v315-tr. Autumn and Winter. LADTES' FURNISHING GOODS. T IIAYE now opened a now stock of tim nlmv. - 3'h'd goods, to which I respectfully invite Irn. i itiihnn ii f 1. .. T.l:.. i, .... . v..u ...... in tnu jjiuvin ui oi. iiuuns nnu vi- UllIU V. Ileal IJlack Thread and Malta Laces. Real Valenciennes and ClunyLacM, Merino Undervests and Dra?f ys, Extra QuaK Merino Hosiery, Gloves, Mlltons, Scaris, Ac. Dress, Sacks, ii Cloak Fringes and Gimp. Small Wares, Ac, Ac. Makin g a hpeciahty ol this hno of Goods, i leavor to keep on hand a eood. libirnl shall em issortmeiit, and shall not oo uuuersoiu uv auv one. L. r, KIMl'TON. L. Dutohfcr & Sons. dwlSiH Storo next to L, HOLIDAY PRESENTS ( NOW READY AT HUNTINGTON'S.