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VEEMONT DAILY TEANSOEIPT, FEBRUARY 9, i860."
Vermont Daily Transcript, BT. ALBANS, VT. TUESDAY, FKHllUAUY, l, 1609. Utatc Convent l u. A Convention of the Freemen of Vermont will bo hold at Montpclicr, on the 2Mb day of 1 dm arv, 1809, at ten o'clock a. m to nominato a ticket of thirteen persons, to bo elected b tlio freemen or this State on tlio last Wcdnesdaj in March next, as a Council or Tensors, agrceablj t j the Constitution. ,.,,-... O. W. OnANDEV, Chairman Hep. Mate Com. H.D. Smith, Chairman Dem. State Com. Dated Jan. 30, 1800. Business tn liurUmjlon. While St. Albans prides itself on be ing "the Railroad hub" of Northern Vermont, and delights to refer to the extent of its butler and produce mar kets, Burlington takes equal pride in its commerce, trade and manufactures. No one wilt deny that St. Albans owes its greatness and chief importance to tlio Introduction of Railroads, while on the othei hand, Burlington was not benefited by the extension of the roads to this place, notwithstanding tho wealthiest business houses had freely put in their money to accomplish the object. Thonoithern and north-eastern trade, which had previously sought an outlet by water at this point, was inter rupted by the Railroads and became dis tributed along the line of the road.-:, in other parts of the State. Being disappointed in the influence which the Railroads were exercising over Burlington, the business men, es pecially the younger portion, conceived tho idea of creating a manufacturing in terest ut home, which resulted in tho building of the "Pioneer Shop" in 1852. This shop, as many of your readers are aware, was built of brick near the Ver mont Central Railroad track and lake shore,whcro the present one now stands was 400 feet in length by 50 wide and four stories high. It cost something over 30,000, which stock was subscribed by the citizens of Burlington, generally, and the following were the officers of the company: II. P. llickok, President; F. R. Fletcher, Vice-President ; T. E. Wales, Secretary and Treasurer; and with Mon illo Noyes, Ed. W. Peck and Frederick Smith, icy were the direc tors. It would be difficult to ascertain who lirst originated the enterprise, but to II. P. llickok and Frederick Smith, must be given tho credit of being its warmest friends ; they circulated the books and procured the subscriptions. The opening of this shop invited manu facturers, and in a short time the build ing was filled with the hum of saws, buzz of lathes, the noise of planing machines and machinery generally, throughout. The building was burned on tho morning of "Fast Day" 1853, having run about six years, during which time it had returned nothing to tlio stockholders, and the capatal of $30,000 was consumed in the conflagra tion. This was a great loss to Burling ton, yet the city owes it present prosper ity to the building of that shop, more than to any other cause. The first lumber yard of any conse quence, was established in this city in 1S50, by L. Q. Bigelow, Esq., which business was continued by the firm oi of Bigelow & Peterson for about six years afterwards. Messrs. C. Blodgett & Son commenced the lumber business here in 1854, tho Ilunterstown Lumber Company in 18" 2, L. Barnes & Co., in 1850, and Flint & Ha 1 at a later date. The most extensive business has been done by L. Barnes & Co. Mr. Barnes was the first to introduce tho planing and matching of boards i ato the lumber business at this point, and was using a portion of tho old "Pioneer Shop" for that purpose at the time it was binned down. When the shop was burned Mr. Barnes was anything but a wealth' man, yet he proposed to rebuild it, if the people of Burlington would furnish him with $8,000 gratuitously, which sum wa9 raised through great effort, and was thrown upon tho waters in this manner, It will bo remembered that this was during tho revulsion of 1857 and 1858, and nothing but the greatest desire of the citizens to encourage business that tho town might be rewarded, could havo induced them to havo raised tho money. This is an example which might be prolitably followed by almost every vil lago in Vermont. Messrs. Barnes & Co. contiued to oc cupy tho now shops to a considerable ox tent, for the purpose of dressing lumber, until last summer, when it was sold by them to Dr. S. B. Nichols, and Messrs. Barnes & Co. built them a new plan- ing-mill at tho foot of College and Main Streets at a cost of about $100,000. This mill is near the Vermont Ceutral de pot as most of your readers aro aware and is probably tho grandest building for tho purpose, in New England. The lumber business of Burlington is immense. Mr. Barnes, among others connected with it, has boon prospered, and he has returned tho $8,000 donated him to rebuild tho shop to tho Univer sity, and has bom very munillcont in his gifts to the library of the Young Men's Association, and to many other interests of tho city. Tho now Baptist Church, which cost about $35,000, owes its building in the main to him. Somo tlx or seven years ago. Mr. Barnes coh- celvctl tho Idea of building tlio Lmsin which la now In progress south of the Rutland depot, and purchased a large ' tract of swamp lnnd there for this pur- po?o about five yenra ago. During the past fiummer the work on the basin was! coinmenccd by the Rutlard R. R. Com pnny, and the whole wo'k will proba bly )io ft llshed during the coming sum mer. The basin and canals are of such an extent that 70 acres can bo readily reached by them. Tho Rutland Rail-; road Company owns the laud upon one side, and Mr. Barnes and others own that around the remaining sides. Around these canals and this basin, lumberyards, planing mills and other manufacturing works will spring into life Immediately. Messis. Kilbourn and Gates, who now occupy a portion of tho "Pioneer Shop," will build in this new neighborhood an extensive manufactur ing establishment the coming summer. The building will be 390 feet in length by GO feet wide, all of which will bo oc cupied by them for the manufacture of furniture for the Philadelphia market. The Messrs. K. it O. have carried cn this business successfully since 1858, and the increasing demand for their wares compel them to enlarge and build anew for themselves. Tho Rutland Railroad Company is buildingan extensive pier just south of tho canal which leads from the lake to the basin. This pier extends into the lake about 700 feet. Mr. O. W. Beckwith has been con structing a new wharf, thepastsummer, south of the "old south wharf" and di rectly in front of the Rutland R. R. de pot, which is nearly covered with lum ber and coal at the present time. But to return to the " north end." Aside from tho establishments already mentioned, we notice that other chim neys have been lifted up within a short time. A little to the north of the " Pi oncer Shop" is tho planing mill of Messrs. Blodgett ec Sen. Across tho railroad track and near the lake is tho steam mill of Messis. S. S. Churchill & Co., for sawing and dressing lumber. Besides their own sawiag, this mill is kept at work constantly for Messrs. Flint & Hall, and the Ilunterstown Lumber Company. Messrs. Churchill &Co. deal entirely in dimension timber, which is received by them in legs from Ottawa, Canada, sawed at their mill and dressed into bridge timber, which finds a ready market on t.ie line of tho Vermont Central, Rutland & Burling ton, and Lebanon Springs railroads. Another ?himneyou the outskirts of tho hunter reminds us of the city water works, and the steam pump which is kept running night and day to fill (he reservoir on College, hill. What piles of lumber ! As we look out upon them we can only comprehend their magnitude by being forcibly re minded that this is the third lumber market in si7.e in tlio United States. Chicago is the first in rank, Albany the next, and Burlington third. Over 30 acres of " made land," made by the Vermont & Canada R. R. Com pany, along the lake shore, is covered with lumber, and every available spot in the vicinity besides. This communication is too long al ready, and 1 will finish it by giving you the figures of the Free Press of the lumber business of Burlington for the vear 1S0S. Lumber Received. Blodgett & Son 10,88G,8S9 feet. Ilunterstown Company 10,000,000 " Barnes & Co. 07,280,108 " 19,128,304 " 1,800,000 " 109,101,301 " Sold. 9,G00,0G0 fuet, Flint & Hall Churchill & Co. Total Lumber Blodgett & Sou Ilunterstown Company 8,500,000 " 57,807,790 " 20,410,719 " Barnes & Co. Flint & Hall Churchill & to. Total 90,384,509 Amount of Lumber on liana, Jan 1st, 1609. 4,012,000 feet 3,000,000 " Blodgett & Son Ilunterstown Co. Barnes & Co. Flint & Hall Churchill & .o. 20,058,748 23,0S8,G05 Total 50,759,353 But ics Paid (Qold) Blodgett & Son Ilunterstown Co. Barnes & Co. Flint & Hall Churchill & Co. $20,000 21,000 04,390 40,400 2,732 Total $184,528 About 500 men arc employed in this business here, and for their services ro ccived during last year $188,803.12. Tho total business of these firms for the year has been upwards of three milliojis of dollars, besides other dealers not men tioned, who imrjort larcely for their own manufacture and consumption. This is an immense business for a city tho size of Burlington, and it bids fair to increase in the future, as It has Increased about one third during the past year. Yours, G. Burlington, Feb. 8, 180S. Intehnal Revenue. The receipts from internal revenue for tho past three days havo averaged about $2,300,000, which is a very largo in jroase over tho average dally reports for some time pa9t. C ustoms. The following nic the cut- toms receipts nt the ports received from ( January 23 to January 30, Inclusive : i Boston, $275,001 ; New York, $2.2 11,074 ; Boston, 275,001 ; New York, 2,2 1 1,071 ; Philadelphia, $131,318; Baltimore, $179,- 1 403; New Orleans, frjm January 1 to I .Tanuaryn,$157,200; Snn Francisco, from I January 1 to January 0, lOP.GOo. Total, ?3,n99,3S9. To mt Repudiated. Th State Tem perance Society of New York has ro solved to give all political parties one year's probation, when if they do not come up to tho right standard, another is to be organized " which shall f,o for all political righteousness." Infidelity. The birthday of Thos. I Payne Was colcbr .tod at Chicago on Sat urday evening. About two hundred and fifty persons, half of thorn ladies, sat down to a sumptuous dinner. Speeches were made in English and in German. Insulting Fi:mai,i.s. The Insults of fered to females by loafers, rowdies, and in somo instances by persons who call themselves gentlcma", in Boston, has induced tho Chief of Police to dress one 'of his malo detectives in full fe male costume and cause him to prom enade tho public thoroughfares. As his acquaintance with Boston people is large his experience is conscquntly somewhat startling. It is tho determin ation of the authorities to rid the city of these pests, and to make tho streets per fectly secure for a female t ) walk unat tended in any of the leading thorough fares. Annivkhsauy ok Odd Fellowship. The fiftieth anniversary of the intro duction of tho Independent Order of Odd Fellows into tho United States will be celebrated hi Boston on tho 20th of April next. Past Grand Master II. F, Carey, of Baltimore, Md., is to be tho orator, and P. B. Shillabcr, of Boston, the poet. This anniversary will be very generally celebrated by all the lodges in the United States. Coiifrcssioiial. In the Senate on Saturday, speeches on the bill for the ropeal of tho tenure of office bill were made by Messrs. Ed munds, Morton, Howe and Thayer. Mr. Howard, from tlio Committee on Pacific Railroads, reported n bill to aid the Northern Pacific RailroadCompany, the Union Pacific Railroad Company, Eastern Division, the Atlantic and Paci fic Railroad Company, and thn Oregon Branch Company, to construct their roads, by guaranteeing tho interest on their bonds, which was ordered to bo print 'd. In the House Mr. Hooper, of Massa chusetts, from the Committee of Ways and Means, reported a bill to prevent the further increase of the public,debt which was ordered to ba printed. The bill re quiring the national banks to make monthly reports was also ordered to bo printed. Tho bill, reported from the Reconstruction Committee, removing disabilities from a large number of per sons at the South, was ordered to be printed and recommitted. cvsoiml. Ex-Gov. Ryland Fletcher, of Proctors- ville, is in feeble health, and is now at Saratoga Springs, under medical treat ment. Geo. W. Cass, of Pittsburgh, Presi dent of the Pittsburgh fe Fort Wayne R. R., and a nephew of Gen. Cass, is pro posed as Democratic candidate for Gov ernor of Pennsylvania. Jell. Davis, accompanied by Mr. Sli- dell and two ex-confederate officers, re cently visited the military school of St. Cyr. Ho was received in state by tho authorities, and the pupils manoeuvred before him. Dora d'Istria, the Wallaehian Prin cess, is believed to be tho most learned woman of our times. Sho reads and speaku 15 different languages, writes bcauti.ul novels and profound essays, has a tborough knowledge of tho most intricate positions of tho Oriental ques tion, is a brilliant conversationist, and, at the same time, very handsome and graceful. John Adams was remarkable as an early riser, as a great smoker, and as a lover of cider. It was common with him to riso at three or four o'clock in tho morning, and read, smoke and drink cider an hour or two beforo tho rest of the family was stirring. When ho wont out to dine, ho was never at easo unless ho had with him his own pewter plate to cat from. It was his invariable cus tom to take tho latter article with him wherever he wont. Somo timo ago, says tho New York correspondent of tho Cincinnati Times, Ralph "Waldo Emerson was offered pay ment by his publishers in Boston for an article he had already printed in the Atlantic. He declined to recoivo it at first, because he had onco had money for writing it. "But," said Osgood, of tho firm of Field, Osgood, & Co., "wo intend to uso tho nrtiolo for a book. Wo make a profit ou both, why should you hesi tate to take pay?" "I am sure I ought not to take It," replied the philosopher ; "I should not If I acted according tomy ideal. I don't believe it is honest to take money twice for the same piece of work." 'Do, Mr. Emerson ; we Insist upon It ns our right." "Well, theii,! give it to me. AVc cannot live In ohed!- give It to me. encc to the true poles of our being. I vary from my ideal self, but 1 have no disposltlcn to play the evangelical pea- cock hero." So delivering himself, he took the proffered check and departed. Its good effects are permanent. In this It differs from all dairdyes. Bv its use luxuriant grow.h is guaranteed, natural cohr and gloss arc restored. One trial will cause you to say this of Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved (newstyh) Hair Restorer or Dressing (In one bot tle). Every druggist sells It. Price one dollar. 252 3 The blood owes its red color to minute globules which lloat in that fluid, and contain, in a healthy person, a large amount of Iron, which gives vitality to the blood. The Peruvian Syrup sup plies the blood witli this vital clement, and gives strength and vigor to tho whole system. w. - -- The fame of the celebrated Planta tion JJittehs lias no parallel In the history of Medicine. The thou ands upon thousands of bottles that are made and sold dally is but pioof posi tive of their wonderlul virtues. Thou sands of certificates can be produced showing the efficacy and certainty of tho ciuus which they clfect, and the MedicAr Fraternity, unusually so jea lous of any tiling which causes persons to think and diet or for themselves, are it.ii. .. i ' compcucu to acknowledge their wonder ful virtues, and proscribe them under other na i.es. Thoy are sold by all druggists. Macinoi.ia Watkh. Superior to the bet imported German Cologne, and sold at half the juice. d 6c w. Harsh, frizzy, dead-looking, and diffi cult to dress, always result from tho use oi ciycs upon tne human hair, a res torative, on the contrary, like the ad mirable preparation known as " Bar rctt's Vegetable Hair Restorative." ten- Acts it soft, glossy and luxuriant. SprinrftJd Republican. iwfal Notices. Twcnty-jTve 1'cars Practice In tho Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe males, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all the physicians makiuc such nractieo a snceialtv. and enables him to guarantee a speedy and pernian- uiik uiuu iu iiiu muni. eiist-sui oiy t'Ksaim ami an oilier jieiisiriim jjerangemcnts, lrom what ever cause. All letters for'advico must, contain f 1. Office, No. 1) Lndieott Sheet, Boston. N. B. Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treatment. Boston. July. 1808. 22(5 lvriUw Errors of Youth. YOUNG MEN the experienco of years has demoiistra'cd the fact that relian'cu can bo placed in tho efficacy of DELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS For the speedy and permanent cure of Seminal Weakness, tho result of Youthful Iudiscretion, which neglected, ruins tho hoppincs, and unfits the sufferer for business, social society or mar riage. They can bo used without detection or interference with business pursuits. Price one Dollar per box, or four boxes for three dollars. If you cannot procure these pills oneloso tho money to Bhvan A Co., CI Cedar Street, New York, and they will bo sent by return mail, vr.rx skai.iu Private circulars to gentle men seni rreo on application : enclose stamp. 18!)cod-w218-ly Information. TNFOHMATION guaranteed to produce a luxu I riant growth of hair upon a bald head or a beardless face, also a recipo for tho removal of pimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., on tho skm, leaving tne samo son, clear, anil ocautuui, can bo obtained without chargo by addressing THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist. Ofi-ly S2;l Broadway. New York. M A LECTUEE TO YOUNG MEN, Just Published in a Scaled envelope. Price Gels A LECTUltE on tho Nature. Treatment am Xl ltadical Cure of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual De bility, and Impediments to marriage generally ; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fit's ; .uenwu ;uiu i-jiysioai incapacity, resulting noin Self-Abuse, Ac. Bv ItOUElVr J.CULVEHWJCLL, M. D., Author of tho " Green Book,"Ae. Tho world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own experienco that tho awful consequences of Solf-Abuso may uo eucctuauy removed wituout nieuicme, and without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mono oi euro at onco certain anil eiiestual. uy which every sufferer, no matser what his con dition may bo, may euro himself cheaply, pri- .uuij unu i uuiuini x 1113 XJUUllll u ill Ni m u a boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal, to any address, in a nlaiti. scaled envelopo on tho receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps. Also, in uuiverweus " Marriage Guide,' prico 25c. Address the Publishers, CIIAS. J. C. KLINE fc CO., 127 Ilowery. New York. Post Oflico Box -1.080 TO CONSUMPTIVES. T HE Advertiser, having been restored to health iu a few weeks bv a verv simnlo remedy, after having suffered soveral years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consmmption is anxious to mako known to his fellow sufferers the meaiiB of cure To all w;ho drsiro it, ho will send a copy of tnoperscription useu (ireo ot ciiargo). witu tlio directions for preparing and using tho same, wiiicu tnoy win nun a HtrrtE uurf. foii uonbuuf tio.v, Asthma, Dhonciiitis Ac. Tho only object of tho advertiser in sending tho Prescription , is to bcncllt tho afflicted, anil spread information which ho conceives to bo invaluable ; and lie hopes every sufferer will Uy his remedy, as it w ill cost them nothing, andmay provo a blessincr. Parties wishing tho t.reseription will please address iiev. kuwaiiu a. wihsurs. 105 South Second St., Williamsburgh, King's county, MW xorK. 247-iy ERRORS OF YOUTH A GENTLEMEN who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Frcmaturo Decay, and all tho effects of youthful indiscretion will, for tho sako of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, tho recipo and direction for making tho simplo remedy by -which ho was cured. Suff erers wishing to prolit by tho advertiser's expo nenco can no so ny tuiiircssiu in perfect conll- deuce, JOHN B. OGDEN, No, J2 Cedar street, New York, lyw-217 BOYS Over Coats or all kinds at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. BUCHU (From l'lfpn.Hnr.vorthr United Stales.) Diosma Crcnata, Buchu Leaves Piop i i li x Their odor W strong, diffusive and somewhat aromatic, their tate bitteiish, nun iiiniiiioiiM in mint. .Mill Kill I'l-oin Him it ml t',m lluillU leaves are gently stimulant, with a peculiar i.-ii.u-iii tu nir l lining uigaus, They aic given in complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the maimer, jiornid irritation of ibe Bladder and I rctha, Disease of the Prostate (Ihnul. nn.l ll.u entlon or incontinence of t'linn. Irani n lima i,r tone in the parts concerned iu its eaeuatinn. 1 lie remedy has hIm) been i t commended iu Dys pepsia, Uirouie lllieumatisin, Cutaneous Affec tions and Dropsy. iieimiioidH Extract Buchu is used bv persons from the age of 18 to 2.", and from :v lii o."i, or in the decline or change ot" life: utter Confine ment or Labor t'ahi 11pi1.V..mIii.. in ..nil. dren. ' " Ill affections neeilllur In fimnW 11 nti in Chlorosi?, in- Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or SehirroiH State of the I terns, Leuehorrhea, or Whites. DImiinis r tin- llliiiliti-i-. Klitix'i tSi-ii- vcl, n jiil DrnpsKnl Su tllliiim'i'liis iiiimII. cine increases Hie power of Digestion, and ex cites the Absoibeuts into healthv notion, bv wh.eh the wati'i-v of Calcareous depositions, and all unnatural enlargements aie reduced, a well as pain and iullammatioii. llembold's Extract llnelni bus i-iuvil i-vi-iv case of Diabetes inwhich it has been given, tr unnion oi ino m'ck, oi t lie liladdcr, ami inllam mation of the Kidneys, Ulceration of the Kid neys and Bladder, Itetenlion of Urine, Diseases of the Prostate Gland, Stone iu the Bladder, Calculus. Gravel, Briek-diHt Deposit, and Mu cus or Milky Discharges, anil for enfeebli-d and delicate constitutions or both sexes, nttelided i. III. .1... ! -w ' ..ini mo iininmiiK synuoius ; indisposition to Exertion. Loss of Power, Loss or .Memory, Dif- llcllltV of Breathincr. Wi-nlf XWvkm. Ti-imnilnnv Horror of Disease, WaUelulness, Dimness of iismu, i-uiuiutne incK, not Hands, t' lushing of the Body, Dryness of tho Skin, Eruption on tho Face. Paliid Countenance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular system. Ac. Hembolds Extract Buchu is Diuretic and Blood-Purif;. inj;, and cures all diseases arising iiwui iiuuiiH oi iiissipauuu, excesses anil inipru deuce iu life, inmurities of the blond. Ac sn pen-oiling Copaiba in affections .or which it is used, such as Ctonorrluua, Gleets of long stand ing.and Siphilitic affections -in those diseases. used in connection with llembold's lloso Viasli. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers oM-rvwherc, Beware ot counterfeits. Ask for Helnibold's. iako no other. Price -$1.25 per bottle, or G bottles for $(i..ri. Delivered to anv addiess. Describe tho symptoms in all communica tions. Address II. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Clieni- ical wareiiouse, GUI Broadway, N. Y. Nono aroirenuine unless done no iu steel-en graved wrapper, with l'ac-simile of my Chemical aroiiouso, and signed H.T. HELMBOLD, dw-12")3-S Jackson's Catarrh Snuff AND TK0C11E POWDER, A DHLKI1IT1-UI, AND l'LHASANT UFAWIY IX Catarrh, Headache, Had Breath, Jloarscncsst, Asthma, Bron chitis, Coughs, Bacf ncss, etc., And all Disorders resulting from COLDS in HEAD, THIIOAT mill VOCAIj OltGANS. This llemedv does not I)UV UP a Catarrh but LOOSENS it; frees tho head of all of fensive matter, quickly removing Bad Breath and Headache; iillny and l tho liurn liiK licnt in Catarrh; is so mllil and ngi-ce. able in its effects that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING! As a Tioclic Powder, ig pleasant to tho taste, and never nauseates; when swallowed instantly gives to tho Throat and A'ocal Organs a DELICIOUS SENSATION of COOLNESS and COMFORT. Is tho best Voice Tonic in the world I Try It I Sale, Reliable, mill only .15 cents. Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, address COOPER, WILSON A CO., dl92w219-Gm Prop'rs, Philadelphia. At wholcsalo by all Patent Houses, and re tailed by druggists overywherc. Song of Iron. I am mighty in tho Baber, Fiercely wioldcd by tho brave. Glorious in the stalwart steamer, Laughing at tho storm and wave. Beauteous in tho palaco pillars. Saving in tho pointed rod, As it brings tho deadly lightning Quelled and harmless to the sod. But there ia a glorious essonce, Whero I take my grandest power, Giving to the race my surest, Sweetest aid, in danger's hour. See 1 before mo fly diseases 1 Sco the darkest hydras bow ! Sen tho roso of health and beauty Tike the palest cheek and brow. Fly, dyspepsia I lly consumption ! Yes, all ills aro crushed at length, For I givo what human nature Only ever needed strength .' Shall I tell iu nhat great essenco I cau thus your spirits cheer up! Pallid, trembling, dying sufferer, 'Tis the famed "J'iruvian Syrup." Tho FEUUVIAN SYItUP is a protected solu tion of tho Parotoxido of Iron, a now discovery in medicine that strikes at tho root of disease by supplying the blood with its vital principle or life element Iron. Tho genuine, )aH "Peruvian Syrup" blown on the glass. Pamphlets free. J. P. DINSMOllE, Proprietor, No. 3G Dey Street, New York. Sold by all druggists. 253-1 Chronic Diseases, Scrofula, Ulcers, &.C., &.C. it is well known that tho benefits derived from drinking of tho Congress, Saratoga and other celebrated water is principally owing to the Iodine they contain. Dr. H. Anders' Iodine Water Contains Iodine in tho same pure, stato that it is found in these spring waters, but over 500 per cent. more, in quantity, containing, as it does, Xi grains to each fluid ounce, dissolved in puro vi-ater without a solvent, a discovery long sought for iu this country and Europe, and is tho best remedy in tho world for Scrolula, Can cers, Salt ltheum, Ulcers, and all Chronic Dis easeu. Ciiculars free. J. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor, 30 Dev Street, Now York. Sold by all Druggiets. 253.4 1) P. (). Try a box or Poland's Plantain . Ointment. Tho best 4 il vo in tlio World. Take no other, but insiht o:i having this. For pale br all Druggists and Country Dealers. d .i. w. Poland, s Manufacturer. nANCEH, KCltOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVEIt . Complaint, Ilhcumatism, Neuralgia, Ae.j cured. A Book of 100 pages, sent free to inva lids. Address n.GHEENK, M D., 10 Templo j Plnce, Uontuii, "It Works like a Charm," Havo you Headache? Uso llenne's Magic Oil Havo you Toothache ? Use lleiitu 's Mngio Oil Have you Neuralgia V Use llenne's Magic Oil Havo you llheuiuatisni ' Cup llenni 'h Magic Oil Have you Sore Throat ? Use lteiuie's Jlagie Oil Have you Sciatica ? Use ltcniic's Jlagie Oil Have j on a limine? Use Bonne's Magic On Havo ,ou Cramps ? Use llolilie's Magic Oil Have you Choi. Moihus Use llenne's Magic Oil Have you Lameness? Use llenne's Magic Oil This is the b. st fainilv remedy, to cure all kinds of pain, you ever tried. It Is clean, safe and delicious to use and If you use It faithfully, It will do you good. Directions on each bottle. Bnvit of the Drug gist or Merchant where you trade. If thev have not got it ou hand they will send for it, at vour l-I'Mllf-wl nlllt m, tlio ........It... II. . ..ti..'.. lV.t.. IviflillL' NfnLii Oil. nl llm iniitiiifitnint-..,-u 1it.-nu price at retail. WM. UEENE, Sole Propiiotor and Manufac urer. Pittstleld. Ma$.s. Sold ill Kt. Allirniu liv nil tn-ntrnlwli. U',,,,1- I lloynolds, Grocers. luSMinton Falls by D. 'J', .1IOIT1II. 231-lv-nnw. TO FEMALES. Dll. FltKTVK MOlllllLL, Physician and Sni geon, gles exclusive attention to Diseases of women. He has made diseases of woman his stutlv for the past twenty yearn. His practice uas neen ve.y extensive nolli ill Hospital and in private practice. His reputation has vouchors in all the city papers, his patients, and thoinedt cil profession, both here and abroad, as being the most skillful specialist lu ro, and a thorough master of all sexual diseases. Dr. Moriill is- admitted by tho best me.lieal tali nt of (lie country In hae no oiiual iu tho treatment of lVmale Complaints, audit is no un usual occurrence for physicians in regular prae tieo to loeonuncnd patients to him for treatment when afflicted with diseases in bis speciality. Ladies will roeeie the most scientific n't ten lion, both medically and surgically, with private apartments during sickness, and with old and experienced nurses, if they wish. The poor advised free ot charge. Physicians or patients wi shing his opinion or advice, bv let ter, and enclosing tho usual fee, will tio answered by return mail. Medicines sent to all parts of tlio country. Office, No. -IS HOWARD STREET, -ti-li' Boston Mass. I'EARODY MIMICAL LXSTITVTE, No. 4 liiilfincli Street, (Opposite ltevoie House,) ItOSTOX. riMIK Trustees of lh'n Institution take plea X sure in announcing that they havo sc out ed the son Ices of the eminent and well known Dr.. A. II. HAVES, late Surgeon U.S. Army, Yioe-Presitlonl of Columbia College nf Physicians and Surgeons, Ac. This Institution now publishes the popular and medical book entitled "The Si-U-ncc of I.ilc, orS If-IVi'M Tviillim," written by Dr. Hayes. It treats upon the EltBOliS OU YOUTH, PUliMATUKH DECLINEOF MANHOOD, SEM INAL WEAKNESS, and all DISEASES and ABUSES of thoGENEIIATlVE OltGANS. Thir ty thousand copies sold the last year. It is in deed a book for i vory man, umfig men in par ticular. Price only fl.00. This Institute has Just published tho moi l perfect treatise of this kind ever offered tho pub lic, entitled "nnl Pliyilnlojjy nr Woman, ami Her Hlio'-m," profusely illustrated with the very best engr.niugs. This book is also from tho pen of Dr. Hayes. Among the variousehap ters maybe mentioned, Tho Mystery of Life, Beautiful Offspring, -Beauty,- Puberty, Change of Life, - Excesses of tho Married, - Prevention to Conception, Ac. In beautiful French cloth, $12.00 ; Turkey Morocco, full gilt, $3.50. Either of these books are sent by mail, boeuroly sealed, postago paid, on receipt of price. Tho "Pea lii ly .Inm-iiii . of Health," alirst clasa paper in every respect, 8 pages, 32 col umnpublished on tho 1st of l'obruary; and every month during tho year. Subscription price per year only .lUets. Specimen copies sent free to any address, on application to the Pea body Medical Institute. ALBEltT H. HAYES, M. D.. llesiden! and Con sulting Physician. N. B. Dr. II. may bo consulted in slrictest confidence on all diseases requiring skill, secre cy and experience. 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