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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, FEBRtTAEY 13, I860.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. FRIDAY, Funitu.utv, 112, 1800. Agricultural Meeting. ( Concluded from Yesterday, i THIRD DEPAKTMKNT. SltKIJP, BWINH AND POULTRY. G A "Wells, KniicrlnlcmUMii. Class MFurc, Jilood Merino Ihtvk and Lambs. S II Bovnton, Sanford Carman, h l "Roberts, Commit k'e. Isti!dttd Bucks over 1 year obi BuckB, 1 year old -Best. 2 buck lamlis ;! - Clue A Merino Ewes and Swrcj Flakes. Sherman Teaehotit. Lyman Hunt, Edward Green, Committee. Three ewes ; - Three ewe lamb- l It 2 Ten owes " 1 Class O -English Long Wools, Lcicrs- ler, Cotswold and Lincoln. J. Spaulding, I. T. Paris, D. H. r'aring- ton, Coitnnittee. r :t 2 5 a 2 r, a 2 3 2 1 nun 8 ewes :t ewe lambs 2 buck lambs English Middle Wools Down, Shroj)- shire, Oxford and South Downs. Same committed) and premium class O. Class J Grade.. Saute committee a class (.). us 3 owes 3 ewe lambs 4 2 1 2 10 ewes " 2 1 In awarding premiums on sheep, the committee shall take into consideration the form of the animal, and the quanti ty and fineness of the wool. The age or the lambs must also be slated to the committee. In addition to premiums on sheep, the society will award a premium of $5, and also the amount contributed, which shall be $1 lor each entry, as a .sweep stakes premium for the best ewe sheep. Class Q. Swine and Fowls. O. V. Fish, A. Fisher, Jacob Carman Committee. Swine. 1st 2d 3d Boars, not ler-s than 4 monthu old, and kept for stock Breeding sows kept tor breeding 4 pigs from 1 sow, not less than 4 months old Fowls. Barn yard fowls, not less than one cock and two hens of any pure breed Mixedbrecds Turkeys, best pair, Geese, " " 1 .50 .50 .50 FO CRT II DEPARTMEN T. MKCIIAXICAL. Oscar S. Rlxford, Superintendent. Class R Farm Implements. Chester Robie, J. B. Dimcn, V. M Peckham, Committee. 2d 3d Land Roller Plow Harrow Cultivator Grain Sower Reaper and Mower Churn Bee Hive Fanning Mill Horse Rake Drill Ht.rrow Grain Cradle Ox Yoke Horse Rake Stone Digger Stone Lifter Butter Worker Hay press Dump Wagon Sash, Doors, Blinds, (best spec imen of each) 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 50 o 3 3 2 2 1 175 50 3 2 1 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 1 3 2 2 1 5 3 2 1 4 3 2 3 2 1 3 2 1 Class S. Miscellaneous Articles, Jamos M. Dean, D. E. Shattuck, L. B Hunt, Committee. 1st d 3( Cablnot Ware Stoves, Hollow Ware, and oth er castings Cooper Work Blacksmiths Work Tinsmiths Work Book-binding Joiners Work Tailors Work Harness for one horse " double, for Farm CalfSkins Leather, Upper, " Sole, " Harness, S5 3 2 4 3 i O 1 .) 1 .) 1 O 1 i 1 5 3 5 o 3 2 1 50 1 50 1 50 2. 1 0 4 5 3 Best Pleasure Top carriage, ii ii it ii Open uuggy, Pleasure Sleigh, Pair Boots, Pair Shoes, 3 2 2 1 2 1 Carriago Painting Sign Painting Ornamental Painting Printing Stone Ware Marble Work Confectionery Dentistry 3 2 3 2 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 5 3 2 1 2 1 FIFTH DEPARTMENT. FARM IMtODUCTS. Joseph Northrup, Superintendent. Vines T nutter, .1 KToof, 1 1 Irani B.Soule, Austin Bel knap, Committee. $50 will be awarded In iire.nlums for butter, In the diverotlon of the Com mittee. Class U Cheese. John I, MiiMn,Joel Tense, John F Dia- per, Committee. $."() will be awarded In premums for cheese, In the discretion of the commit tee. Each factory or dairy to draw but one premium. Class V Fruit. 1st 2d 3d Largest and best variety of apples " ' Best 10 varieties of fall and winter apples, J5 of each variety, to be raised by lh person presenting them, and to be accu rately labeled, -Best variety of plums, raised by the exhibitor, (' plums of each variety, hi be labeled. I 1 .frt) IMuma, 12 1 -r-ft Bears, best variety, a 2 Best 0 fall pears 2 1 Best 0 winter pears 2 1 Grapes, largest variety, a bunches each, 3 2 1 .50 .50 1 Grapes, 5 bunches, 2 1 .50 Class W Field CVojis. E R Towle,Vilson Draper, N G Martin, Committee. (Not less than 1 acre in one piece, ex cept when otherwise noted.) 1st 2d 3d Spring wheat 1 2 Rye 0 Cnrn 5 4 Oats Peas White beans, J auiv?, Potatoes, A acre, Beets, 1-1(1 acre, Carrots, 1-1(1 acr., 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 Turnips, 1-10 acre, - - nr.nv seed. 2 bushels. H 2 1 In awarding premiums on field crops, reference shall be had to equality, ex penses and manner of cultivation. Tho quantitv of land specified in the list of premiums must in all cases be in one piece. pplicants for premiums on field crops are required to deliver to the sec- retarv, before the next annual meeting of the society, a statement in writing, containing a description of the soil on which the crop was raised, its condition at the commencement of cultivation for the crop, quantity and kind of manure applied, and manner of cultivation the previous year ; the manner of prepar ing the ground and getting in the crop the present season; if hoed crops, the distance planted each way, the kind and quantity of manure used, and the man ner of applying it, the kind and quan titv of seed sown or planted, the man ner.of cultivation and harvesting, and the amount of the crop accurately nicas ured, or such instances as may be deem ed to have had an iniluence upon the crop; containing also a detailed state ment of the cost of the crop. The land and crop must be accurately measured, and the quantity certified up on oath by the applicant, or in case of his inabilitv from sickness or other cause, by two competent, disinterested witnesses, upon oath, who must have been present. The committee will deliver to the secretary, at the next annual meeting, a statement of the applications for pre miums, the amount of such crops exam ined, the premiums awarded, and a de tailed statement of the answers of each applicant to the questions asked, with such other facts and suggestions as they may deem useful for publication. Xo member shall enter two crops of the same kind, unless there is a material difl'erence in the manner of cultivation Premiums on the field crops will be paid at the next annual meeting of the Society. Class X. Miscellaneous Article, R. J. Saxe, Canni Marsh, Douglas Holmes, Committee. 1st 2d 3d Maple Sugar, 25 llw., 4 3 Maple syrup, a Box of honey, 10 lbs., 2 Potatoes, 1 bush., 2 " largest number of choice varieties, 1 peck each, 2 1 50 50 50 50 50 50 o 4 Corn, 20 cars 2 Pumpkins (2 specimens), 1 Squash, 1 Caulifiower, 50 Celery, 50 Cabbage, 50 Tomatoes, J peck, 1 Onions, string of 20, 1 Best loaf Wheat bread 2 " " Brown " 2 75 50 50 00 25 00 25 00 25 00 50 00 50 3 o 50 00 1 50 1 50 1 50 60 Applicants for premium on Maple Sugar must furnish to the Secretary, or 1 1 Clerk receiving the entry, a full and de tailed statement of the ptocess of manu 50 50 2 50 50 facturing. SIXTH DEPARTMENT. Gardner S. Fassett, Superintendent. Class Y Household Manufactures, Lovi II. Hapgood, Mrs. Lyman Drap er, Mrs. Wm. Deming, Miss Sarah W. Green, Committee. 1 .t 2d ail Fulled cloth 5 yd., M wide .4 Wook n llannel, 5 yK , or more, a Rag carpeting, 10 yds., or more, 3 Linen diaper, 5 yds., 2 Pair of shirts, 2 Best woolen coverlid or bed spread a Patchwork bedspread, 3 Rug, a 2 2 lj 1 .50 1 .50 j 2 1 2 1 1 .50 75 .50 Socks, cheneile or yarn, Stocking", Mittens, Woolen yarn, Best specimen hand sewing Embroidery, silk and linen, .10 .00 75 .50 75 .50 75 .50 ,75 .50 ,75 .50 .50 00 .50 00 .50 00 .50 00 .50 00 .50 00 .50 00 .50 00 50 00 " worsted Best ciochet work, Totting, Agricultural wieath, " boqliet, Feather wieath, Cut llowers, Bcquet. Dahlias, Floral design, Best specimen of Penciling, " " Crayoning, " " Oil Painting, Homespun carpet Ilome-m ide full cloth Flannel, 2 1 2 1 2 1 00 00 00 1 1 1 a AltTICLKS NOT HXUMKltATKD. I). D. Wcad, John Colcord, Win. Deinl.ig, Committee. Should the funds of the Society per- mlt,discretionarypreiniums will be paid on articles not enumerated In the list, which may be deemed worthy o f atten tion and encouragement, and the res pective Committees are requested to re port all such to the Discretionary Com mittee. It shall be their duty to ex amine all animals and articles offered for exhibition, and not enunier in the schedule of premiums and report thereon, and also signify such animals and rticles, as are especially meritorious, and which ought to receive a premium if the funds of Society shall be adequate thereto. SE YENTI1 DEPA RTM E X T. Under the direction ofth.' general Superintendent. TKOTTINU MATCH. WolfordlN. Peckham, Assistant Sup erintendent. Stock Insurance. The National Life Insurance Com pany of the United States of America lately organized and sprung upon the community with a tremendous llourish of advertising trumpets and drums, has already done a large business iu all parts of the country. There is nothing whatever in the charter of this Company to control the managers in the investment or appro priation of its accumulations. These may in time amount to many million of dollais, on the security of which may depend the comfort, nay, the very ex istence of numerous households. Yet by one unlucky speculation the whole may be swept away into the insatiable vor tex of a monetary panic ! There is noth ing in the character of the Company prevent It there is everything in tho character of the enterprise itself to en courage the belief in such a possibility The banking and stock-jobbing concern of which this so-called " National " in stitution is a meie branch, is extensive iy known. Their business necessitates the employment of large sums in various speculations. Naturally their require ments at stated times may be urgent aim wc are certainly not assuming an impossibility in assuming that, with the accumulations of this branch of their business unrestrictedly under their con trol, they would, under pressure of temp tation or necessity, merge them into their general fund. That the "National Life Insurance Company of the United States of Amer ica" is a mere appendage to, or branch of the stock-jobbing concern, whoso style heads this aiticle, no concealment seems to be made. Witness tho head ing to their ordinary business sheets : Insurance Department. J. U. Orvis, Man'g'r. D. C. Whitman, Mau'g'r. Jay Cooko &, Co., Bankers, General Agents for tho States of New York ami Northern New Jersey, of the Na tional Life Insurance Company of tho United States of America. Correspon dents will be careful to address letters for this agency directly to jay cooku & Co., insurance department, and to write separate letters for general firm busi ness. JSTcw York, 18 Any mutual company can do better for its members desiring policies of this form than can the National, for tho rea son thbtin theono case the policies will be furnished at cost, and in tho other at such rates as aro expected to put money into the pockets of Jay Cooke and his associate proprietors. The growth of life insurance is indeed a marvel, but not so much a marvel us will be the adoption, to any wide extent of the non-participating premium plan, shown by long experience to be less fa vorable than the participating, now tak en up and attempted to be pressed into uso by capitalists and bankers for the purpose of deriving from life insurance what has hitherto gone to tho widows and orphans, whom life insurance was devised to benefit and bless. Counting the Elcvttmtt Vote. Lively Scenes In the Home. Tho great event of Wednesday, at Washington, was the counting tf the electoral votes In the hall of the House of Representatives. Long before noon ' every position in those portions of the gallery that were opened to the public were occupied. I Many ladles occupied places in the gentlemen's gallery lacing the Speaker's chair. Two rows of neat in the ladies' gallon on tho southeast side were re served for the lamlllex of the President and Vice President. Tho southwest gallery was occupied exclusively by la dles of the families of members and Senators, 'there were only some half dozen persons in the dinlomalieg'.illery. Arrival of the Senators. In accordance with the rule, the neaker stated that the first five spheres of seats In the southeastern quarter were reserved lor the benate, ami lie request ed members to vacate them, and occupy seats in other portions of the hall. This order had hardly been carried out before the doorkeeper announced the Senate or the United States. f he Senators advanced two by two up the main aisle, the members of the House standing meanwhile, and took scats in tho portion of the hall assigned to them. Senator Wade, presiding of ficer of the Senate, took the Sneaker's chair and the Speaker took a chair be side mm. and to ins lett : fconator uonic- llntr and Rcnrese itativo Wilson, of Iowa, and Pruyn, of New York, oo.u pi?d places at the clerk's desk ip tollers Counting the Vote. The nresidiiur officer, without a.iy Die Hmlnarv motion or formality, hai.ded to the tellers tha electoral vote of New Hampshire open; Senator Colliding read the certificates In full, tho result be ing that New Hampshire had given for Ulysses . uram, oi minois, nve voies for President; for Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, live votes for ice-President. Senator Sumner and Representative Washburno (111,( rose at the same mo ment and addressed the chair. The presiding officer Tf there be no objection, the reading of formal certifi cates will be omitted, unless required by soma members. The vote oi Aiassacnuseus was next announced bv Senator Colliding, and the votes of Rhode Island and Con necticut (0) and Vermont () by Repre sentative Wilson, of Iowa . for G rant and Colfax. Tho vote of New York was Jien an nounced by Representative Pruyn, as33 for Horatio Seymour, of New Y'ork, for President, and Frank P. Blair. Jr., of Missouri, lor vicc-iTcsiueni. The vote of New Jersey v'as next an nounced by Representative Pruyn seven for Seymour and Blair. The vote of Pennsylvania was next announced twontv-six for Grant and Colfax. The votes of Delaware (three) and Maryland (seven) were announceu lor hcymour and Blair, fn the certiheato irom Mary land there was an omission of the word "Junior" in the name of Mr. Blair, The vote of North Carolina, nine, aim South Carolina, six, were next an nounced by Representative llson, a being given for Grant Colfax. The vote oi lventucuy, eioven, was an nouced for Seymour and Blair. Tho votes ol'Tennessee. ten, and Ohio, twontv-one, for Grant and Colfax. The loidwoia Vote, The presiding ollieer having handed to the teller the votes of Louisiana, Re nresentative Mulllnsrose and said: Mr. President, I ask the reading of the certiheates accompanying that re port. .... . . . . ... . - . i . t i The rresunng omcer jjoi it uu reau The credentials of Louisiana were read by Representative Pruyn. The word "junior" is omitted in tie name of Mr. Blair, and the word "States" is omitted in the term "U-ited States." The credentials having been read, Re nresentative Mullins rose, and said of the vote from theStatc of Louisiana." The Senate having agreed to couut tho Louisiana vote, it was counted on the ic turn of that. body. The Georgia Vole, At three o'clock the counting of votes having proceeded as far as tho State of Georgia, Mr. Butler, of Massachusets, objected to the counting of the votes of 4-1.. .4- LJi-.iir. wl (inltin i f tfwl liic rnnenno in writing. After much hesitancy on tho part of the presiding officer, as to whether ho was not nounu uy ine coir current resolution relating to Georgia he directed, the Sena.e to retire to its own body to deliberate, The Senate accordingly retired. The House, at a iiuurter past three re fused, by years 4, nays, 150, to count the vote oi ucorgia. A Eow. During their absenco the Senate had agreed to accept the vote of Georgia. On taking their seats Wade announced the action of the Senate and ordered the vote of Georgia to be counted, notwith standing tho action of the Houso to tl'i contiarv. Butler rose In an infuriated manner to a point of order. Great con fusion followed, all talking loudly, Wade rapping with his hammer useless ly ordered the sergcant-at-arms to ar rest the disorderly. A disgraceful Scene. Disgraceful scenes ensued. Lutler appealed from tho chair, and demanded that the Senate should return to their own chamber. Wade refused to accost the appeal. The Sjuahcr in the Chair. Colfax then took the Chair, and tried in vain to restoto order, olls and hootlngs camo from tho lloor aud gal leries, amid which the counting of tho vote was finished, and Grant and Colfax declared elected. Sleep. -Five young men in Berlin lately made an agreement, for a wager, to sco who of them could keep awake for a week. They all held out for about fivo days and a half, by drinking large ly of strong coffee, and keeping up a constant round of active exercises and exciting amusements. At the end of that time, two of them yielded to drow siness; a third soon fell asleep while riding, tumbled from his saddle and broke his arm ; a fourth was attacked by severe sickness, and compelled to re tire from the list ; the fifth held out to the end, but lost 25 pounds of llcsh In winning tho waor. Long ago, Frede rick the Great and Voltaire made aslm-' liar experiment, making nee oft he sumo stimulant of strong coffee, but they did not succeed in jlrlvlnw away sleep for more than four days, III Hz and the DnvMta. The nauhtiest thing Blitz overdid was! to disturb a negro meeting soino years fiern 111 ItnM-ifm ulwni lliwtnu 'fiM,,, ! ago in isciknap stieel, Boston. 1 he . story Is not generally known, as It would 1 perhap- have caused some personal trouble to him had It been lopresontod to th."1 authorities. All ltixlnii i'iinua iif Inn tu.ni'.i ,.f ii... ,,n,r,!. ??.. , negio preacher, bather Snowden, who held forth to his " cullered bredderln" I in ijuiiiiiup mi reel mr many years, iiwa? , a quiet summer's afternoon and the notice was pretty well filled there be luga revival of religion going on among the "uenimen of color" when Blitz with some oiner persons (uiinougu no is nun- i . j, , tn I . . self as dark as a mulatto, and has curly nair to boot) entered the .house, it wan pretty warm weather, and conse quently the hall was not a little offen sive to tiie senses polite ; but things went on nicely enough until the minis ter got, wanned up In his subject, and wa using words almost too long for a common sized dictionary, when Blitz thought it was about tune to do some thing. "And the Lord said untoMosos" "Bow-wow-wow, "came apparently from behind the speaker. Tho congregation looked each other in the face with countenances darker than ever, while Father Snowden, after staring behind himself, seemed to come to the con elusion that the noise proceed ed from the street, and sj he commenc ed again. "And the Lord said unto Moses" "Stand from under!" cried a voice ap parently at the top of the liuine. Thestartleu congregation roll up the big whites of their eyos to the coiling In amazement, while the ininisterdrew suddenly to one side, expecting some thing was coining down. Hut alter a moment's pause, all seemed quiet, and o Air. hnowdei: resumed, " And tho Lord said unto Moes" "Ain't you ashamed of yourself! take your hands oil ol me said a voice pro ceeding apparently from a neat mulatto girl, who sat iuthe front pow, and up on whom all eyes were now turned l didn't touch yen said the man next to her, in amazement. Some smiled and said, "Sam John son ought to bo ashamed ol himseii to act so in meeting," and tho minister frowned upon him in a way that would have thawed a snowball outright, after which Air. Snowden attempted once more to resume his remarks. "And the Lord said unto Moses " "Well, what did he say?" came sud denly from tho big lips of an attentive listener in the side isle flic minister was astonished. He looked at the man as though his bold ness had elect rifled him, while some of the co igregation began to think that under the circumstances, the inquiry was a very natural an: appropriate one As to the minister himseii. he was a lit tie vexed now and repeated with em phasis, "And the .Lord said unto Aloes " "Fire! Fire!" roared a voice, which seemed to come from the entrance of the house with startling earnestness. This was too much to bear tamely Even the minister rushed to the door and the affrighted women scrcamec like mad, as they huddled and pushed each other out of the pews and down the aisle. Bonnets sullered some, on the occasion, and when they all got fairly out, they looked up to the top of the meeting houso patiently waiting to see the ilames bur-t out though the slated roof. nd Blitz left them standing, their eyes rolled heavenward, and 'arson Snowden in a brown study. A'ow clothe.- is your time to buy a suit of cheap at No. 2, Darrow Block. h. McD. Hmitii & Co. -More economical, remarKahlG cor taintv ot prompt action, in lact, every eood duality is guaranteed lor Mr y. A. Allen's improved (new style) iiair Restorer or JJressincr, (in one Dottle . Every Druirglst sells it. Price One Dol lar. 2-w I! For your clothing call at Xo. Dar row Block. L. .McD. .Smith & Co. "Down with the tyrant" of ignoiance that induces you to patronize worthless dyes and pomatums (lard). Only Bar rett's Vegetable Hair Restorative finds favor wherever it is used. That Is the preparation to which a "silver medal" was awarded at the N. II. IS00. Loiusvillc Journal, Rtate Fair in d&w Errors of Youth. YOUNC. MEN tho experience of years has deinoustr.Vcd tho fact that reliance can bo placed in the cflieac.y of DF.Lli'.S SPECIFIC PILLS Tor the speedy and permanent euro of Seminal Weakness, thii result of Youthful Indiscretion, which neglected, ruins the happines, and unfits tho sufferer for business, bocial society or mar riage xiiey can no useu witnout detection or inteifeiTiieo with business pursuits. Price one Dollar ner box. or four boxes for three dollars. If you cannot procure theso pills, oncloso tho money to Huvan A Co., (it Cedar Street, New York, and they will bo Hcnt by return mail, wixi, SEAi.ni) rnvatc cireiuarn to gentle men sent tree on application ; enclose stamp. 189cod-w218-ly -1ANCE1I, SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER j Complaint, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ac.j cured. A Hook ot ioi pages, sent trie to inva lids. Address R. C1REENE, M. D., M IViuple I'lai-e. UoKton. ERRORS OF YOUTH A GENTLEMEN who frufierod for years fiom X-L Ninons Debilitv, Premature Decay, anil all the effects of youthful indiscretion will, lor tho sake of suffering liumar.ity, send freo to all who need it. tho reemo and direction lor making the simple remedy by which ho was cured. Suff erers wishing to nroilt by tho advertiser's expe rience can do so by addressing, in poifeet confl uence, JOHN H. OGDEN, lyw-217 No. i'i Cedar street, New York, Sl'ECIAl. XOTICEet. 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'''"Ves nlc gciltlv stimulant, With ii prctilinr tcml.-net to ttu Vrln.irv Oi-kmi, riu yai. givm in complalutM of thr t'l iimt v Oi-smhn, mr-Ii Oiuvol. riironiu Catnrrh of tin HlaiMev, Morbid Irritation of tln liladdcr mm I'ivUm, Dinrnxooftlic l'roHlnleGlaml, and He tf-ntnti or iiti'oiitiiH'iHT of Urine, from n loan of ,(ono ill thr vaitHooii. otnca in itn ovaniation. i Tho l-omrrfv i,:m nt. i.....n i,....n..wi...i .. n,u. pep - In, clironii' liluuinntiin, t'nlancouH AtliV tioiiH ami DrotMy. llclnilMild s I.xtrai't Jliu-liu imicrcl liy iierr oim from (lie hko of 1H to Ti, ami from a." to li,", or in (In1 ilc clliie or change of lifn ; after Coiilliic incut or T.ali'ir l'lilnt ; llcil-Wottlng in oliil h ill . tn allcclioim peculiar In females, the Kxtrael Itiicliu Im nneiualleil by any other remedy, hh in t'liloroni?, or Customary V.vaeuatloiiH, Ulcerated or SehirroiiM State of the UIciun, I.eilf hoirhra, or Whites. l)lfiiM-H of the lllailttci-, ICIdiuyx, (im ii jd Di'iM-fiil S ell In -Tilts medi cine increaHCS the power of Digestion, mid i -cites (lie AbHoibeiits into healthy action, bv wh.ch the uatrrv of Calcareous dem.itions,aiiil all itlin.iturr.l etilargcineiith aie reduced, as well iih pain and iullammiUlou. llembold'n Kxtraet lluehu baa cured eery cac of Diabetes in which it has been given. Ir- litation ot the Neck, ol the liladdcr, and Inflam mation of the Kidneys, Ulceration of the Kid neysi mid liladdcr. Itetentiou of Urine. DNeasif of the Prostate Gland, Stone in the Uladder, Calculus, Oravel, Hrick-dust Deposit, and Mil cus iir .Miluy JJisoliargcH, and for enreebled and delicate connlitutioiin of both nexes, attended wittithe following nymtonis : tndltnunitinn to Excition. Lous of rower. I.oh of emorv. Dif ficulty of llreathing, Weal: Nerves, Trembling, uorror oi jjmeane, nkeluliiesfi, i)imnens ot Vision, Pain iuthe Hack, Hot Hands, l'ludhing of the liody, Dryness of the SKin, Kiuptiou on the Face. I'ahid Countenance, Universal Iiassitnde of the Muscular system, c. 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AND I'lXAHAST ltllM'.llV IS Catarrh, ITcadachc, Bad Breath, Hoarseness, Asthma, Jiron chitis, Coughs, J)arf ncss, tt-c., And all Disorders result iiij: ''"' CU1,I)S in a ml VOCAL DllCi.W.x. 11HAI), TI1UOAT This llemedv does not DllY CP a Cntaiih but LOOSENS it; frees the head of all of fensive matter, cpiickly removing Had Hreath and Headache: itlltij-s and mmlli the Inirn- liia lieal in Catairh: is so mllil and um-i--. iilile in itH effects that it poitivoly CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING! As a Tioclic I'uutlcr. is pleasant to the table, and never nauseates: when swallowed instantly gives to the Throat and Vocal Organs a DELICIOUS SKSHAT10X of COOLNESS and I'OMFOUT. Is the best Voice Tonic iu the woilil ! 'ry it I Sate, 1C liulile, nutl only ' ills. Sold bv Druggists, or mailed free, address COOl'Klt, WlliSONW CO., dl'.liw'illl-lim Dnip'rs, Philadelphia. At wholesale bv all Patent Houses, aud re tailed by dniL Twenty-fire lears Practice In the Treatment of Diseases incident to 1 e malcs, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all the physicians making such praeticu a specialty, and enables htm to guarantee a speedy and perman ent cure iu the worst cases of .Sitiym'ssion and all other Menstrual lh'rmigements, from irlnit erer cause. All letters for advice must, contain tl. Office, No. 'J Endicotl Street, Uostoit K. 15. Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treatment. Huston. July. 1803. lvnliW Song of Iron. 1 am mighty in the saber, l'iercely wielded by the brat.. fllorious 'in the stalwart steamer, Laughing at tho storm and wave. HeauteouM in tho palace pillars. Saving in tho pointed rod. As it brings, tho deadly lightning Quelled and harmless to the sod. Hut there is a glorious essence, Whore-1 take my grandest power, diving to the nice my snrost, KwcctcHt aid, in danger's hour. See I beforo mo fly diseases ! Seo tho darkest hydras bow ! See the roso of health and beauty Tiiko tho palest cheek and brow. Ely, dyspepsia ! fly consumption ! Ves, all ills aro crushed ut length, I'or I give what human nature Only over needed strength ! Shall I tell in what great essence lean thus your spirits cheer up I Pallid, trembling, dying sulVorer, Tis tho famed "J'erurian Sgrni.n Tim PEItUVIAN SYRUP is a protected rtolu- Hon of tho Parotoxido of Iron, a new discovery in medicine that strikes at thu root of diseaBu by supplying tho blood wit a its vital principle oi- life element Iron. Tho genuine lias "Peruvian Syrup blown on tho glass. Pamphlets tree. J. V. DINSMOBE, Proprietor, No. Dey Street, New York. Sold by all druggists- 23-1 flhrnnie nisonsfts. Scrofula. Ulcers. w. , I I &.C., &.C. It is well known that tho benefits derived from drinking ol tho Congress, Saratoga and other celebrated water is principally owing to .ho Iodino they contain. Dr. H. Anders' Iodine Water Contains Iodine iu tho samo pure stato that it is found in theso spring waters, but oyer 500 per cent, more in quantity, containing, as it docs, J.l grains to each fluid ounce, dissolved iu pure water, without a solvent, a discovery long sought for in this country aud Europe, and ia tho best remedy in the world for Scrotula, Can cers, Sail Rheum, Ulcers, and nil Chronic Dis eascii. Ciieulars freo. J. 1 DINSMOBFi, Proprietor, 30 Dev Street, Now York. Sold by all Drug&ibtB. ' 253.1