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"VIDRMOTSTT DAILY TRAISTjRORIPT, FKBR LTA.TCV 17, I860.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. Wuonksday, KnmtOAitY, 1", IMi'J. State Con rent inn. A Convention of tlio l-'rc-cmun of Vermmit tull be lii-lil at Montpelicr, on tho 20th tUy of lebnt arv, 1809, at ten o'clock a. M.. tp noin it.iK; a ticket of thirteen person, to ho elected by the freemen or this State on the l.iet Wedm-Mlny in March next, rh iv Council of CeneoiH, ngrt t-nbl.. to tlio Constitution. .,... O. V. OnANDEY, Chairm.in ltep. "in. II. 11. Smith, Chairman Dotii. State Cow. LUteil Jan. 30, lBfiO. Jtcctproeiti: Notwithstanding the sid experience the people of the United States have had with "Reciprocities," this subject is constantly recurring 1" ur conversa tloiiB, and Legislative nud Congression al proceedings. While the views of the peoplo are to t-ome cxknt unsettled, those entertained by the people of this State are unmistakeahle. Living inclose proximity to the Canadsis, tlicii opinions have become fixed against all reciprocities. The treaty with Omnia which existed eleven yearn, was the offspring o. Southern ideas and was a one-sided af fair altogether; entirely favorable to the Canadians, and unfavorable to u. Yet, though the effects of the Recipro city were injurious, the treaty was faith fully observed to the end, which c.iinr, upon the proper notice for its termina tion given by our government. Upon the reciprocity the Canadians p.ospered as they never before had none, and a: they grew tat and wealthy upon the free use of our markets they were inso lent, and abused the power that had favored them. The civil war which was inaugurated by tho rebels of the South to overthrow the government, founed faithful allic in Canada, even in tho Canadian gov ernment itself. TIuh may not be trueol the Canadians in every instance, yet il is true that the friends of the United States were as few anil far between there, as in t he Southern Confederacy. The doors of Canada were thrown wide open to the rebels and every one who sought admission founed an asylum there, and our worst cneiniu.- were en tertained with the mot generous and distinguished hospitality. They turneu the cold shoulder upon the loyal peo ple of the North visiting them, or doing business there, and treated us most shab bily. The soil of Canada was used by the rebels toorganlze and lit out bands ol robber. and mur..ercrs, topouncoupo. our defcnceh.'i-s vi Urges, and the Cana dian government defended their acta it. protecting them afterwards, and in re fus.ng tu give them up. Now, whik the old reciprocity was an injury to us and the Canadians exhibited their in gratitude for its adoption in taking strong sides witli our enemios, are we under obligations to them, to renew if. No, the people of the United .states an swer emphatically, we will not renew it yet a povt.on are of the opinion that i. "Reciprocity" may be framed which will be rcciprocallu its bearings. The oh. treaty permitted t he admission into tin. United States from Canada tlte saint merchandise free of duty, that was ad mitted by Canada in retur.i. This mer ehandlsu was specified, ad consisted o the products of the Held, forest and riv ers; of what might be styled tho raw material. No manufactured article ex cept perhaps lumber by hawing, Hour. &c, was admissable either way. The re sult was that everything almost which the Canadians had to sell, found a mar ket free of duty in tho United States, while o.i the oilier hand, that whic the people of this country had to sell to the Candians in return, was assessed duty by that government. Consequen -ly, our manufactured articles did not llnd a market there, and coulit not do so in competition with the importations of Eugllsh manufauetures, while the prices of every thing mentioned in the reeiproc ty treaty, came up to the mar ket value of these article in ti.o Unitcu States, less .ho cost ol transportation Theco were the price3 paid by us to the Canadians for the Reciprocity, It did not pay. During the term of its continuance, the revenue collected in the District of Vermont was barely suf- ficent to pay olllce expenses, when the force of olllcers was much less than now. Since the expiration of t .c treaty, there has been collected in this District alone, overlive hundred thousand dol ars a.i nuaiy. The amount o duties received during the last year on the importations into Vermont was $880,075,09, while tli2 amount of duties received bj the Cana dian government upon merchandise re ceived in Canada from the United States, for the same time, would not be largely in excess of their collections, were the old reciprocity treaty still in force. Tho question arises whether Canada controls our markets, or we theirs ; which is dependent upon tho other, if either. One tiling we do know, that the produce markets of Canada rise and fall with our own; ours Is not influenced by theirs, If so, the influence is not per ceptible. Tho produce there at the present timo (what they have to spare) is of our own market valuo, less ex- change, duties, and freignt. If this is ' so, who pays tho duties upon it when it arrives in the United States ? It Is plain to he seen that the duties aro paid out of ( 4ttn i.n.l.inn f., ,nr Ci i ,,-nrn m ii 1 l f wllfi.1l ' ill case of free trade would be received; by the Canadians. I The atlniission of the pioducts of Ca- 11'tiln Iron nf ilntv lull t thn venrBf, fun-. tttro of the case. Under the old treaty, cverythlng the world had to dispose f to us, found mentioned in tlio treaty if it would pay, cctild ho forwarded through Canada into the United States duty free. The produce of Canada waKtion,so that you can fit your toys and alone to he admitted, yet it is safe to my girls for higher Institutions, or for u that tho most gigantio frauds were per- j larger or more intelligeii life. Replcas pctratcd in the articles of furs ana fish, cd to take into consideration tho im- t hough these fntudscould not be proven, i because the Canadians had the evidence in their own hands. One tiling ia iter- tain,while the Hudson's .Hay Company, which wa not included in tho terms of the treaty, caught largely of these in their own possessions, and Canada was mil of thorn ; no Tuition's Hay furs or (isb ever reac !ed .the United States to pay duty ; or, in other words, if they d.d reach the United States, no duty was paid upon their importation. The raw furs of Russia, which ordinarily were imported at New York, it is be lieved, came Into the United States with Canada furs, free of duty. The question naturally arises, can any reci procity which may bo adopted hereafter hi frje from these imputations? Within the United Stalo3, Ho Hon seems to be the "head and front" of th s reciprocity movement. The other day, Senator Wilson, of Massachusetts, pre sented a lengthy petition from the cili- zci.s of Hoston to Congress for a reci procity with Canada. Have the citizens of Vermont sent up a petition for this purpose? If so, wo have not heard of it, and why aicthe Rostonians to a xi- ous about the matter? Is it possible, with little thought or care, their only desire is that the trade with Canada may increase so that their brokerage ind commissions may be enlarged also? fliis scheme could only be excelled by them in petitioning Congress to admit the trade of all countries free at Ronton, without granting the same privileges to other American cities. It would bo equally absurd for this country to yield the privilege-' of free trade to Canada, that it would not do with the ret of the worlti. It is equally the duty of every coun try to protect itself by its laws of cus tom, as it is the duty of every farmer to fence against his neighbor's flocks and herd. To remove the barriers, would be to establish one nation, possessed with a common interest, which, in the jase of Canada, cm only be brought about by annexation. To bestow upon the Canadians the free lse of our market?, gives them the ben efits of annexation without incurring any of the responsibilities attending it. if we would favor the annexation o Canada, we cannot fav r " reciproci ties" any longer. Since the abrogation of the old treaty. Jie Government of the United Stincs lias not urged its renewal, while repre sentatives of the Canadian Government have been kept at Washington constant ly, to bring it abi nt. This fact is enough to satisfy any one that the Canadians were well pleaded Avith the workings ot the old treaty, and who are to be the most benefitted by its renewal is appa rent. If their desire for another reciprocity Amounts to annexation, our Govern ment should consider their appeals. Anything short of that should not be entertained for an hour. If annexation is desiivd, let us have it, but no more of reciprocities. Booth's Ridy Disintekhl:i. The remains of John Wilkes Rootli were on Monday afternoon disinterred fruin the .jrave at the Arsonalat Washington and immediately removed to Baltimore in charge of an undertaker ol that city. The disinterment was conducted in the s.rictest privacy only one or two poi sons being prc.cnt. i lie remains were in the sa.nc condition as those of the other prisoners, all the flesh being gone, but the bones being apparently perfect. i'he romains will bo interred in Green mount Cemetery, Raltimoro, Lesidc the remains of tho elder Booth. Contjresslonat. On .Monday, Mr.Kdmunus introduced a bill in the Senate to provide for an additional term of the United States C rcuit Court, at Burlington, which was passed. A hill was introduced in the House, directing that the women employed in the several Executive Departments of tlio Government shall receive the same compensation as men when they per form the samo or equivalent services; a bill was Jso Introduced, directing the Secretary of the I reasury to sell$30,000,- 000 of surplus coin in tho Treasury. Mr. Hunter (Ren. Lid.) introduced a joint resolution gryir g the consent of Congress to tho Northern Pacific- R. R. Company to issue its bonds and to secure the same by mortgage on its railroad and telegraph line, for the purposo ot raising funds with which to construct tho lino botwc.n Lako Superior and Pugct Sou ml ; and also on its branch to ii nnint lit m- near Portland. Oreiron the term i'uget riounu to appiy to an mo water connected with the Straitsof Juan do Fuca, within tlio territory of the j United States. The House .seconded tho I previous question, and under its opera . tlon tho ioint resolution was read three times and passed, tlio call for the yeas , and nays being refused. (Tor tho Transcript It It at a vr yon aim to do. Tho wisdom of tho Senate prevailed I ovc the rashnessand thoughtlessness of j thj 1 lotte, so that our Legislature did , lint rnmi;il i tin Invc niltbni-lrt tnu-iia f n establish Central Schools. Now, citl- amis or rianklin and Grand lslcCotin- ties, are you going to avail yourselves of the privilege of establishing right by your own doors, ample means of educa- portance of hav ng kucIi u ischot.l at ioic at fetich small cost with so many plcamnt and profitable things about it. Have you a Select School, or i feeble, uncertain Academy in your village? Do you not scr- that bete is afforded an opportunity of placing it upon a perma nent foundation? Are you able to semi your children away to school? Do you p iv for to do so, if able? . re foreign better than home advantages? Next March Meeting you can try and a'scer tain whether the voters in your towu arc intelligent ami sci.sible enough to adopt such a mcauro. WhrM are you going to do about it ? UNI. Ol-' You. What is Tr.it ua Ai.ha? The ques tion is one which should intret every person who uses confectionery, and who desires it to be free from adulteration. Soutlimayd it Co, in their advertisement to-day, show what the aitiele is, and also assu e the public that it jorms no portion of their famous manuf-icliiie , which are win ran .cd pure sugar. Vios ion Journal. Political. The North f'aiolina Standard says: For the first time in our history, rail roads and other great works of improve ment arc beginning to shed their bunign blessings over a 1 our people. In short, North Carolina finds lier.-edf and her principles standing in the front rank of the Southern States, and in the ascend ant at Washington. Veaiy are passing away, just as her stir is piercing the clouds which so long obeuivd it; just when despair has been succeeded by the full blaze of well grounded hope,' that North Carolina ii solicited by the lead ing Rebel paper punlishcd in this city, to repudiate the hopeful and energetic men, whose activity and industry have infused vigor and hope to the people of the State. We do not that there is one man in the Republican ranks who is so cowardly as to regret the sacri.iccs wnieh have been made to bring the State to its present position ol'entei prise, prosperity and happiness. The Republicans of tlietth Congres sional District of Indiana, have nomin ated James M. Tyne to fill tho vacancy occasioned by the election of Hon. D. D. Pratt to the United Slates Senate. Ex-Gov. Reuben ii. Fonton, Senator elect, received tho Union Republican Committee inabodyMon lay afternoon, i l tho Fifih Avenue Hotel. The Com mittee marched over from their head quarters on Twenty-second Street and Broadway, and were presented to Mr. Ronton in a reception room, by Mr. W V. Alexander, Chairman of the Com mittee of arrangements. Mr. John V. Gridley, Chairman of tho General Com mittee, then introduced eacli mcmbei oy name to the ex-Governor, who shook hands witli all. It is stated that the numbsr of vacan cies in the Forty-first Congress, on the date of its organization will bo th rty, in case Georgia is admitted, and thirty jeven in case she is not admitted. The ollowing States entitled to ropie enta tlon, will be unrepresented : New Hampshire, throe; Connecticut, four; Alabama, six ; and one vacancy in Pennsylvania, Mr. Covodo's district, where no certificate has been given by the Governor. In Slates not yet entitl ed to representation, there will bo the following vacancies : Virginia, seven ; Texas, four; ' issls sippi, live. Alabama elects Aug. 5, 1809. The Legislature ol West Virginia has elected Mr. A. G. Zeigler, editor of the Old Flay, at Phillippi, State Superin tendent of Free Sclunls ; and Mr. John Frew, of the Wheeling Intel iyeneer, State Printer. After n great number of balloting1!, the West Virginia House of Delegates, on the 10th inst., voted that the new State capitol should be bul.t at Parksburg. The question now goes to tho Senate for concurrence. New Counterfeits. Tho following are some of the latest counterfeit pro ductions in circulation: 2's on the Sixth National Bank of Philadelphia, Penn. Imitation. The engiaving is scratchy. 5's raised to 20 on the Tioga National Bank, Oswego, N. Y. The alterations are well done. 10's on tho First National Bank of Elinira, N. Y. A close imitation of the genuine. 2's on the Lyon Park National Bank, N. Y. A fraudulent issue. Thoro is no such bank. 10's on tho First National Bank, Whitehall, N. Y. imitation. This note is well executed and is a dangerous counterfeit. The curve lino under the "United" connects tho letters " Uni " 1 in tho imitation. In tho genuine it does 1 not. The signatures are engraved 10's on the Fir.-t N ntlonnl Hank, JlocliPstiT, N. Y. Imitntk tkn. Tlio diet nn t tin niiiuir rl.ht nil U nnlln n-iln nn.l ' " " "" ""j , o ., V i i" "io lemeiiy m t he world ror Scrofula, Can- ?i i V.1 1 ?, fifn ii,,,,Wfiii 1 i, n. 1 .lcir',a"),N'i'Alt "onctuallvtatio all that kind of ccrii., Salt llhcuui, fleers, and all Chronic Dis RCrate'liy in tlio counterfeit. In tlio , "brag out of them!', and tlioy frnuklv own up goiillilio it is dark and flnejineil. and my, "It worlii jiko a charml" "ciiciilaiu fr.-e. 2's on tho First National Bank, Me. N,ld b'VllU m,llvnuuAtu. p DiNsMOIE, Proprietor, Imitation, The but end ol n gun on tlio I Sole proprietor and manufacturer, Pittslleld. 30 Dcy Street, Now York, left end touches border m counterfeit; Mass. t23i-eow-iy gold by all Druggists. 253.4 In the genuine it does not. ThoHiiall llgurcs, 1775. in genuino, just above the gun. arc omitted in the counterfeit. Effirnmi 11,0 Klrst 3fnUo,ml "nnk "f , ., ,,. r i'i i, t ' I'laln tall: to his V.oplu. To tic lie.vcrcn.l Clergy and Laity onU'iilan.tli.. n-m t of oiithfni Iudiscretlon, ... ii- , .. t,. 1 hlh ni-i'Iei-tiMl, rniiiH tlit' hiiiiiiu-. nml nnlltd c Diocese of Western Acw lor: 1)u, HUUv,;jr f(,r bHi,HHEl, Bdi5l widt-tv or nur. the ami Central Hew York:- IlitnTiiiiux Bklovkdin thi: Lom: Tho solemnities of Lent, now about to biy,ln, justify mo in calling on you, as m.'sclt also, to renewed repentance, meditation and sincere con ession, with prayer. The Into Pastoral Letter of 1 lie I louse of Bishops suggests those practic al matters to widen attention should be particularly directed, and I need add little to my request that you may heed those admonitions and study the Holy Scripttncs, " whether tluve things arc o." The enormities of theatrical exhi bit, ons, and lasciviotisness of dances too commonly tolerated in our tims, are the al of wittering humai.iiv, semi freo to ah tlierosobpccially po uted out as disgrac- j who ne.-d it, tho m-lpo and diieetion for makiiiK ful to the age, and irreconcilable wita 1 H"' Hniplo remedy by which ho was cured. HuiV thc Gospel of Christ, that I feci it my ',VT, '"if to ,rlVv "i"' ",lwrt,'r'"" xl; duty to the souls ot my flock, to warn i ' a,hXrosiii '" rU"H those who run with the w rid to " th same excess ot not" in these .itingH, that tli. y presume not to conic to the1 Holy Tabic. Classes preparing lor con firmation are now inlorined that I will not lay hands, knowingly, on any one who is not nretmrcd to reiiounc" such thint-s, with itiior aiKmunaiions o tho world, the flesh and the devil Let all choose deliberately whom thoy will server and if salvation be worth striving for, let them be persuaded to a sober life, to self-denials and to tlio pun-, i . i ' i i. i,.i. i .... 1 u aim innocent eiij jiue u-s m..u . . .. l i .1 1. I n-.w'1-, ii. ,jii.iii Wilburs Gostcl not only jiermits. but which it I -u,,,,.,,.,, Kiv,, i complaintH or tlio Friinin only can create. It is high time that I Organs, such as CSmvi-l, I'hronie Catarrli of tin the lines should be drawn between hladder, Mm bid lnitation ot tho bladder aim WOrldlV and Jjodly living; and I see no L'retha, Din-aHi-of the l'ro-tate Ulaml, and He , i ... tiw,f tu .wit sanctified to 1 t,'llt"" lucoiitinenei of I.nne. fiom r. ions ol UbC llia L.llt that is not l'1"-'-1 '"i tone in the parts concerned in its eNaciiaUon. such CtldS. , , The remedy hna also lii-en recommended in Dym- I have heretofore warned my ftoclc p.-puia, Chrome Itiieiiimitimn, cutnueoua Aftee againsttlie blood-guilline.-s of ante-natal limiHand Dropv. infaniicliL'. If any doubt existed liere- HuIhiImMV F.xtract lluei.u isu-d l. perco.ih ,iM ., flw, nrniiriet v of mv warn- 110111 aK lb -"' alltl 1'"111 ar' t0 '"'"'i or 111 to.oreastothe propiiUN ot t)1(. ,lt clino or change or life: niter O.nlliu- nigs oil i this subject, they must nou ,1s- ment (l. Uh,v V u(.,i.Vetti,.K in ehil . . . . if... l.xil thnf Mm ItlAHld it. ' apiicar orrore me- iiu-i unit mv self is besiniiing .o be liorrificd by the practical" results of the, sacrifices to Mol och which defile our land. Again I warn you that they who do such tilings cannot inherit eternal life. If there h.i a special damnation for those who "shed innocent b.ood." what must be the por tion of those wlio have no mercy upon thuir own llesh V Dearly beloved, "save yourselves from thi untoward generation." Your affectionate Bishop, A. Cleveland Coxe. Bishop of Western Ner Ycrk, and in charge of the Diocese of Central New York. HAinToni), Jan. :io. l(i!. l ask attention to an article on "i op - ulation tion," which appears in tho pcriodi callcd Warper's Magazine, for Fobru- cal ary, 1800. Bo not buy any Clot tiny or J-'ttrnint iny Goods without looking nt the dok at No. 2, Harrow Block. L. Mel). Smith A Co. Overcoats selling at Iras ttan eott at Xo. 2, Harrow Block. 1,. McD. Smith A Co. IMore economical, remarkable cer tainty of prompt action, in fact, every good quality is guaranteed .or Mrs. S. A. Allen's improved (new style) Hair Kesloror or Dressing, (in one ootiiej. 12verv Druggist sells il. lar. Price One Dol- 253 a Now is your timo to buy a suit of clothes cheap at No. 2, Harrow Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. "Down with the tyrant" of ignoiance that Induces you to patronize worthless dye- and pomatums (lard). Only Bar rett's Vegetable Hair Bestorative finds favor wherever it is used. That is the preparation to which a "silver medal" was awarded at the N. H. State Fair in ISGCi. Louisville Journal. d.fcw $l)Kial Notices. TO FEMALES. DU. Fhl JVK MOllltILL, Phywiciaii .mtl Hur fjoon, f;ivcH exclusive attention to Diseases it women. He has niado diseatii-H of woman his study fur the past twenty years. Hitj practice1 lias bct-it c.-y extensive both in Hospital and in private practice. His n nutation has vouchers, in all tho city papers, his patients, and llic medi cal profession, both hero and abroad, as beiiiK the most skillful specialist h rc, and a thoroii(,'ii master of nil sexual diseases. Dr. Morrill is admitted by the best medical talent of tlio country to have no equal in the treatment of l-'cnialo Complaints, anil it is no un usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac tice to renommeiid patients to liim for treatment when afflicted with diseases in his speciality. Ladies will receive Hid most scieiitiilc atten tion, both medically and surf,'icnlly, with private apartments during sickness, and with old and experienced nurses, if they wish. The poor advised freo of charge. Physicians or patients wishing his opinion or advice, by let ter, and enclosing thn usual fee, w ill be answered by return mail. Medicines sent to ull parts of tho couutrv. Oflice, Nn, 1H HOWARD STREET, 21 1 -1 i' Hoston Mass. "It Works like a Charm." Reiiii's'rt Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Head ache. Reuiie'h Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth ache. Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil ciuos Neural gia. Itsnno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil euros Cholera Morbus, Renne's Pain-Killing Magic. Oil cures Rheu matism. Renne's Pain-Killing Magio Oil rare Lame ness. Rcnno's- Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Skin Diseases. Some follis seem to be proud of telling how "lame their shnuld.-r.s aro"--of my crick in tho back"- or, "I havo got the Sciatica" and de light in bralling that "notliing can euro mo I" : m w!,e 1 ,''rJf,V wi? 1 luXVi i V i " mo I V , I,. , , 1 ! ii V i h" SPECfAL XOTJClCti. Errors of Youth. 7CUNG MKN tlio 'it-iicticc of years has . ilcmonstiu'cd the fact that rcli.ttico cm l placed in thu elllcaey of IIHMAS SPKCH-'IC P1U.S for the Hpcctly nnil perinnnint nuo of Seminal I viii;,'e. Tiny fun lie iihciI without oVtfi-tlnn or ihtt'ifeH'iiriMuih ImiinrHs piiiMiiiti;. l'licii inn- Dollar per box. or four Iioxi-m for tlil iT i1oll:irn. J I' j on cannot in-ouuiethoNV plUn. f.nohHo Hit- money to JJuyan ,V Co., ci CcM.u .Street, New York, ami thi-j will ho Kent l-return mail, wi-.i.l HKALMi I'Hv.-un nireulurs to" ijentl". men went fi-or on aiip'.ii'iition ; enclose titmn, lHUuo(l.tt!?iy-ly p.YNCKU, sniDJ-TLA, DYHPIJl'SIA, UVEK V..' tiomi l.unt, Ithetiniuticni, Neuralgia, Ac.; rnroil. A l.ook of 11)0 line'en, n-nt frir to invn liuV. d(h.'h Il.OIUUiST, t 1)., 10 T. i.ipl, I'liirc. Iloxtoii, ERRORS OF YOUTH 4 tiKNll.KMKN who MiftVreil fur years fiom XV NifMiiw Dcliilitv, Pienmture ll.-ejy, anil Jill III.. lilVw'tri .if vntll llflll tttiliu.l'nlw-iit mi1I .,, JOHN 11. (XHJKX, No. i'i. Cedar street, New York, IVW-UI" BUCKU (From lMpeisary of the United SIM. ' tj. eTO ui,t I'lopiitl.-N Their odor m ntrontc, di!Tusie and .-oniewhat aroinali-. tlnir tasf litt.-i Mi. and analogous to mint. .H. itiriii I'l-.ipc-rlK-s anil I s. . lUlcliu lavcare Kentlv Btimulaiit, with a peculi.u ,....1 ... i-. : i ' t.-ndeney to the Fiinarv OiKaim. .n-cu. In allocti.jii.-t nccaliar to female;!, the lXtraet hneliii is une-uallcil hy any other remedy, as in ChloroHfc, or t'ln-tomiii-y Kvaeiiatious. Ulcerated or y'liirrous Stat-- of the I t riis. J.i-ti'-lionhea, or Whites. Ois. as. of the lllailiti t , Ivl.lliiji, (St-ii-vl, ii ml Drop, oil Sn .1 1 i ot Tliin medi cine, increatis the powi r of llic&tiua, and ex cit.H the Ahsorleuts into healthy action, l which the watery of Calcareous depositions, ami all unnattiriil eiilarj;enicntK. are r.-.tiicvd, as wel, as pain and intlanimatioii. lleinliold'u Ustract Jiucliu has cured every case of Diabetes in which it has been given. Ii-. ntation of the- Neck, of the bladder, and lnil.ini niation of the Kidneyi-., Ulceration of tho Kid neys and IMadder. lti-tentioii of Urine, )i-caso.-of tho Prostate tiland. .stone in (lie liladder. ' Calculus, Gravel, lhick-diist llcposit, and ilu !..... .... 11.11... r,t..l - 1 ..... a t.l ..1 nn n ..iiii,, jint ii.ii , , too un rou-ritl.'il .ion ilclii-atc const itutionn of botli sexes, attended , itu tb. IoIIouuil' mihIouih : lmtifpi.,ition to Kv-ition, Lo-s ot Power. Loss of J mow. Dit- liculiy ot P.rcatlnng, W. al, Nines, Tinnbling. Horror of Dicuas.-, Wakefulness, Dimness ol Vision, P.iiu in the Ha.1);, Hot Hands, I'liinliin of tlie 1 tody, Dry ness of the M,iu. 1 ruptioi oil the race. Pallid Countonain-i1, I'liii.-is.ii Lassitude of Hie Muscular sysleni, V. llembtild's Extract liucliu is Diuretic am litood-Piirilymg, and cures all disea-it-s iiiisine fiom liabittt of (lissipatiun, t-cessct. and impru dence in life, impurities, nf the blood, A-e., Hll it l-scding Cojiaioa in ull'i-etions .or winch il ii used, such as t.onorrhie.i, Ultets of lung stand ing, and .Syphilitic al'eclions in those diseases usid in connection with Hembold's Ros. Wash. Bold l.y all Druggists and Dealers everywhere Itcwaro of eminteri'cita. Ask for IlelmboldV Take no other. Price -cl.25 p..-r bottle, or I b-ittles tor i.50. Delivered to any address Describe tin1 symptoms in all coinmniiica tioiis. Address II. T. HKLMROLD, Drug and CI.eni ical wiirehme-e, Wi Hroadwiiy, N. . None til o genuine unless done up in stfcl. en graved wrapper, with l'ac-siinile otn.y Ohcmica aiehoiiie, and signed 11. T. HKLMIKILD. dw-lioD-S Jackson's Catarrli Snuff AND TKOOHK POWDliK, A lll'.l.IOHTrri, AND 1'I.KASANT lll'.MIIiV IN Catarrli, Headache, Bud Jircath, Hoarseness, Asthma, Jlron ehilis, Coughs, JJacf ness, At;, And ail Disorders resulting from COLDS in I1KAI), TIIItOAT amt VOC'AI. OIUJ.V.V.-. Tliis Remedy docs not DKV III a Catarrl but LOOSENS it; fre-is the head of all of tensive o utter, quickly removing Had llrcatl and Headache; ulliiy audollw tho liurii lug Iii-ul in Catarrh; is so mini and hjikt. iibli- in its etVects that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING ! As a Tine lit Pott ilr r. is pleasant to the taste, and tiover nauseates; when swallowed instantly gives to tho Throat and Vocal Orgami a DKIill.'IOU.S SENSATION ol" nmi.NKS!? and COMFORT. K tin- best Voice Tonic in the woild! Try it I nil lc, Itillulilr, nii.l only e.-nts. Sold by Diuggisls, or mailed free, addtvfM COOPKIt, WILSON A CO., dl!)2n219.Gm Prop'rs, Philadelphia. At wiiolosalo by all Patent Houses, and re tailed by druggists everywhere TwttitiJj-jXvp Xeai'H J'ractlct' In tho Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe males, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all the physicians making such practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent euro in tlio worst cases of Snpiiri'sHon and all other Menttrttut J)erangements, from Y.tf ertv cause. All letters, for advice must contain il. Ollice, No. tl Kndicott Sticet, Uoston. N. D. Hoard furnished to tho-e desiring to re main under treatment, Hoston. Julv. 1WH. C'2fi lvrdiw- Chronic Diseases, Scrofula, Ulcers, It is well known that tho bonetits derived rrom drinking of tho CougreM, Saratoga niid other ce-lubrated water is principally owing to the Iodine they contain. Dr. H. Anders' Iodine Water Contains Iodine in the samo pmc suto that it is found in these spring waters, but over .100 per cent, imiro in quantity, containing, as it dues, 1 ) grains to ca acii nuiti ounco, nissoivcii in , l,,lll WilUri "Rhont a solvent, a discovery long Bougiit lor in tins couutrv ami unroiio, anu i READY. -thi:- NEW STISAiU MILL! or Bingham & Lincoln, N..U- III. Kicimit !r,,l, st. ,Vllm, Tiiow i.-a.l.v toKi iiHlecoiunenl. ilm i - . , m i and nil kiinls of (,'i-ain for fi.il. Tl, i Mil JMwIjiiI 1 1 by HoIiuih i:i,i,,,(, f U, "'""e.Mi. i reiicii litirr, is i-Dinpk'ti in i y li spr.-t, an.l in . npul.Jo f jjiiii.tiup tw.i IVl "".!- per pour, llcim,' il.-pti.doit in neille i- wind or Hood lor turner, Me o.mi .1. M. .vol I, of thn loii.l without liiiiilr..nee to our ens onieirt. Wotdi.itl ho pivi-ared to fiirnlKli con in Hie l.ei-jiW, , .round, i-nd nt a'l titu.M fnM ntidan clin-.p nH elscKli.T.- V- ir also r- u4 to receive ord. ih for Sash, Kiinds and Doors, itnilldiii; h aim iloliMi' l'iiiishnin ot .i.ij "rijttion, of an fjood ninti-tiiil and woiUi . elo '.m .-I In r liop in the Utat.-. JOB WORK r.... i. i - . . . . - "b '"". I'Uit.iii, 'iiM.litm;, Turning. me li .rder with Machinery which ia new'iiiii) 111.1 litlpKt ilnin-iivi.mi.fitu Will. f....ot th .... ..... v .... ....(... .. .... ..it., i-n-n,- a 4i 1 r i H III 1'lV.t lt.'lfl.tt il'lliuf.,...-;.,.. ..1...:. .. iiaif ol public patronngr.1 ltl.Nnil VM A I NCOI.N St. Albans, l'.,-b. 27. l-fi7. IM M "1 O 'lO YVM. N. SMITH A CO's f.- yimr y JC ami Winter Clothing. COOLKY & DAUCIIY'S ADVERTISE MENTS. 150 Teachers Wanted. 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V. -J v TllK CllltlSTiAN, 00 (.'EXT.S A large, live, 8 page monthly , religious and family paper, full of facts. piovidcnc s, inci dents, music, po. try, true stories, pietuies. reading for young, old, euiutn, sinueis, one and all. No sectariaui-ni, eontiover-. politics1, piitl's, pills, or patent niedic'ne.'. m h-st-i . vi:tr. ; 1 1 i.-orirs kou 5. I 'or Sunday Schools, II) co)i.-s ?l. !ii nd IfleuitH fin thru sjiceiuiriiN tiefoii- you forget ii A. t 1 1 uin- -l.tn. XW.l liil'U p.iges in - live tracts foril Addresi. II. I. IlASl'INdS. K.Tiptural Tra ' !' p i-iton 10 LiiudiillSi., Huston, .Ma-.-. 'I1K M I'.DK'INH POIt wiiooi'ixfi con.in. Dodd'a Nervine and ln igor.itor gin s ne,ie.h. hie and nlmost instant i. llet in the spasms or Vlioo)ing Cough. Thin is. a eomphiinl that all hildrin aie exi.ectid to hate: and when it times, litri-.ng.) l.i sat, liny me h It to fight ii .hroiigh as lie-at they can, little or iwthing bo ng done to break im inieiisity or help the suf erors along. And when it is rtlleetcd that terj nany of tho diseasc-i of older ami adult years iiavc their origin i.l the tear and strain of Whoop ing C'lti'rh. Ibis ncglc.M womd br utterly tmac ouutable but tor tho fact that children's dm asi s, like many ot the weaknesses of women, ire consideied mi much .1 matter of course that .icople have become stoically unconc. rued about hem. Let them otigh It through, us we d.d, ..eniri generally to lie the unreeling wold iVIioopiug Cough ii a nervous di,e-ase, and Dodd'.s Nervine and Invigorator treats it with complete success. Mothers try it, and s-ivc your little ones the worst agonies ol this dis tressing alVcetion. A sure and b nillccnt Medi cine. IMPORTANT CKliriKK VIL. SlT.Kin CL'III. loll Wil-JOl'IS,. eoeou .1. W, Pkiki.t. Hsij., Ur-,.iklyn, Nv. 1 fill not in the- habit ot takitig'advc rtini.l medicines, nor of certifying to their cnraiivr ll'.-ctM when they come- under my observation ; mt 1 feel constrained to make an exeoption in .avo-1 of DODD'S NLltVJNK AND INVKIOltA t'OR, a medicine I have i;scd in my family for souio time past. My little daughter had 'been mflcring from tievere Whooping Cough for neve . ral weeks, and was so much broken of rest at night th it - bv excessive (.-oughing and loss i f ileep-her coiistitution nmi gincral heath seemed to bo giving away. Various remedies or pnliativeH were recommended by iutimatc leigliboru, but nothing was tried until our at tention was called by a physician now in nrac. ice, to Dodd's Nervina. Tins we procured and commenced using at once - with an effect ini inedialo and mirprising. As tho convulsions .eio hardest at night, we beg.tn by giving the Xcrwiio on her going to beil, Tho first douo administered niado its imprcofion ; the cough lice-ami) less lrcipiciit, and very much less se vere -she Boon got her accustomed sleep -rapidly revived in health and vigor and i i a few days was as well as ever. Wnat was left of tin Whooping Cough was thereafter of no trouble. Of eouiso I cannot but consider Dodd's Ncrvitn. and invigorator an invaluable remedy for thi. djbtiessing malady. I may add; that I hav sinco recommended it to several fauiilv friend, in like circumstances, and huvo found it in ev ery case to bo equally BUcccasful. It needs onlv to bo known to como into uiiiveis.il demand. J. W. PfiOKETf. lVr sale by Diuggists. Prico Ono Dollar. Gj-w-8-w H"JH" I" ItflfHbHIIIIHHMaPW "V-"av7HHHBaM Dr. JN0. V. BURTON'S, TOMCCO ANT WABKiSTrO 1 BEMOVS ILL BFSIRim Tosicco. Il it!re ly ceyrtMt JV harm!m. jpurifia and tnitcni Ui blOOJ. 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