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VHRMONT DA.I LY TMAKSOK LPT. APK1L 9, 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALHANS, VT. Fin DAY, Ai'ltll,, !), ISO!). Conmetieiit Meet ion. The lU'pultlican victory at tin- recent election in Connecticut, is more com plete thnn v.-ns nt first supposed. Mnr Biitill Jewell, the Uenublicnii cuulidate for Governor, is elected by 811 majority, an. 1 the remainder of the State ticket runs better than thiy. The Republican majority intho State will be fully 1,000. A greater and more ini)oitan( triumph appears in the election of members of Congress, and the Hepublican gain is two. Now the only Democratic Candi date elected from the State, if William II. Itanium; in the last Congress the opposition had three out of four. The members elect, and (heir majorities are as follows : I. Strong, ccpub,) over Dixon, 7(il. II. Kellogg, ( Hop.) over Habcoclc, :W0. III. Starkweathc", (Hep.) over Con verse, IV. Uarnum,(I)em. lover lietinlsley 700 One great o.cask.n of the disaster which has happened to the Democrats, seems to have been the picking up for candidates of Dixon and Habeoek, two men of AVhig antecedents and Jieprbli cans, Lut who "Swung around the Cir cle with Andy." Dixon was elected as a Republican 10 the Senate of the Uni ted States, but fell out of the ranks and i nlistcd his destinies with A. Johnson. After that event the Democracy could not save him. JJabcoek was appoioted Collector of Customs f.ir the District of New Haven, by Abraham Lincoln in J -01 ; was re-appolnled in ISO",; swung the circle with Andy, and now .'hares his ignominious defeat with Dixon. The Fifteenth Amendment entered into the contest, aid the people have decided in its favor. JJoth branches of the Legislature are largely Republican. The late election in New Hampshire decided the question in the same way, and the adoption of the principles of Universal Sullrage seem to meet with very general approval. Riionu Island Elkction. The election in Rhode Island, on "Wednes day, for Stale officers and members of the Lcgi-l.iture, rtsulted in a Republi can victory. Seth Padelforlh, the Re publican candidate for Governor, and the rest of the ticket receiving about 4,000 majority. The Senate will proba bly comprise 27 Republicans and 0 Dem ocrats. Tho House will have 01 Repub licans and 11 Democrats. The total vote of the State is about half thai of last year. -. i - - A Riincuj.oUii Scum:. A ridiculous scene occurred at the lecent exhibition of the New York Stale Poultry Society. Mr. Horace Greeley attempted lo deliv er an address, but the codes crowed, ducks quacked, geese hissed, dogs howl ed, and mules brayed lo such an extent that, after trying for half an hour to make himself heard, Mr. Ureoley sur rendered, declaring "poultry a nuisance anyhow." A Pacific R.umvavCak. The ho tel ear that is designed to accompany the first through train from San Fran cisco to the East, has beon completed at the Central Pacillc shops. It is des cribed as lollows by a California paper : It is divided into a largo number of compartments one lined witli zinc, for meat, several for groceries, vegetables, &c, one with a wire door, for live fowls, largo tanks for fresh water, and arranged as ueatly and compactly as can well be imagined. Atone end of the car there are several bertha for the accommoda of the train hands. Tho car is strongly built, having both rubber and steel springs, it is probably quo of the easiest riding cars in tho State. Tiie Great Billiard .Match. We have already mentioned the re sult of tho great billiard match at Mon treal, on Tuesday night, between Mel vin Foster, of New York, and Joseph Dion, of Montreal. For tho following additional particulars we are indebted to the Jlerfdd of that city: As might havo been expected, Me chanics' Hall was crowded witli people, mauy of them of a speculative turn, and a good deal of money is said to have chauged hands'. Tho odds before the commencement of thoganu were slight ly in favor oi Dion, but as tho game progressed, tho betting becamo more oven. Tho umpires in the gamo woro : For Fo3ter, Chris. O'Connor, of Now York ; and for Joseph Dion, his brother Cyrille; Mr. Geo. Pholan, referee. At 20 minutes to 0, Foster commenced the, game, soon givingup theeuefor a"duck gg." Dion then took the cue, and scored 10. Foster at tho outset had very poor luck, up to tho 13th inning having only scored S3 to Dion's 30S. In tho 14th, ho made a goon ureaif ot yii, ami then a 00, then an interval of 3, follow ed by another SO, which mado hi in UoS oJoo'b349, Joe's highest runs up to this were 72 and 02. For somo ti.no Foster kept up his lead by driblets. In tho 22d inning, bath mado SO Foster 40 ahead. Thou followed a sorios of runs, tho highest of which woro : Foster 70, DIou SO; and after these a few more "duck eggs" were laid by both, and rimall figures mado by both, In tho30th innings, by dint of careful nursing and two or threo plucky shots, Foster mado a run of 103, landing himself 893. Tills did not suit Dion, who now showed somo splendid play, running up 124. the highest break of tho game, planting himself 20 abend of tho "New Yorker." Foster's tcoro i-ocni nhowed Wshy a run of CD. Jn the oOlh innings, Foster made a f)S and Joe a 03. Joe then was KloU 17 ahead. He kept Ills lead, making 100 and 42 in his two Inst innings, mak ing the 1200 in his 2d inniims. Fos ter's last innings mado SO, lending him S3 behind. The game wa thus won by Dion. Dion's avera !e was 28 0-11 ; Fos ter's 20 23-42. Dion thus won the two nusli-barrcd iratnes, and Foster the ''rench game.' At the close of the natch, cheers were lustily given for ster and Dion . - niiififfssioiiat. J m 1- ; " Without one season in London," In the Senate, on Tuesday, thocoiisld- said he; "wlthoutono admirer save the eration of (he bill to protect theinlcrests clownish young men of the neighbor or the tT.lcl Stales in the Union Pa-1 lffi?? t" W." It eilie It. R. was resumed. shocking to bury your beauty for so In the House, the (Vnsus bill watt taken up, Mr. Gar Held poke a( length in favor ot the lull. ICvery thing relating to the takiiijr of subsequent censuses was stricken out, and the lime for taking the census was fixed for June 1st, 1S70. A table for divorces was added. All after the 3th section was then stricken out on motion of Mr. .Icuck-, and a new section added, giving tho joint committee power lo learn the bot manner lor taking the census, i ne nut then passed. The Tudian appiopritttioi) bill was dis cussed, and the question on inerea-ing thy appropriation to $2,300,000 was re jected. Iltntoration of' tin; Rebel Stale: MixsAcn: ok viti:sii)i:xr OK.v.vr. WAymxciTox, April 7. 'I ho follow ing mersage was received by Congress from the President a t four o'clock this afternoon : To the Senate anil .louse oj' Jtejrr Hcntatit'cs: While r am aware that t!i t 1 1 111 cs to re which Congress proposes now main i. i session is very brief, ami that it is its desire, as far as consistent with the public interest, to avoid entering upon general I usincss of legislation, there is one subject which concerns so deeply (he welfare of the country that I deem'it my duly to b-ing it before you. T have no doubt that you will concur with me in the opinion that it is desir able to restore the Stales which were engaged in rebellion to their proper re lations to the Government . and the country at as early a period as Hie peo ple of hose sr tates shall be found will ing to become peaceful and orderly communities, and to adopt and maintain such constitutions and laws as will oU'ec tually secure the civil and political rights of all persons within their bor hers. The authority of the United States, which has been vindicated and established by its military power, must be asserted for tho absolute pio.ection ol all its citiz.'iis in the full enjoyment of their freedom and seeuiity, hich is the object ol a republican govern ment. 15ut whenever the people of re bellious States are ready to enter in good faith upon tho accomplishment of this object, in conlormity with the consti tutional authority ol Congress, it is cer tainly desirable that all causes ot irrita tion should he removed us promptly as possible, that a more perfect Union may be established and the country restored to neaceand prosperity. A Convention of the people of Virgin ia, which met in Kichmond Uec.3,Ifa0a, loaincd a constitution for that state which was adopt sd by (ho Convention April 17,1808, and 1 desire respectfully to call the attention of Congress to the nronrictv of providing by law for hoi ding an election in thatStuto sometime during the months of May and June next, under direction of the Military Commanderof tho District, at which tho question shall be submitted to the citizens of the t-tate : and if this should seem desirable I would reccomend that a sopcrate vote bo taken upon such parts as may thought expedient, ami mat at the samp time, and under the same au thority, thero shall be an election for provided under such constitution, and that the constitution, or such parts ihereot as shall havo beon a lopted bv the peoplo, be submitted to Congress the hiM .Monday oi jjcccmuor n xt for consideration, so that if tho same is then approved tho necsesary steps have been taken for the restoration of the State to its former relations to the Union. I am led lo make this recommenda tion from the confident hope and belief that thepeopleol the state aro now ready to co-operate with tho National Govern ment in imngtng it into such relations with tho Union as it ought, as soon as possible, to establish and maintain and give to all its peonlo cruial rights under the laws which are asserted in the Dec laration of Independence in the words of one of the most illustrious of its son. T desire also to ask tho consideration of tho Congress to tho question wliothor there is not a just ground for believing that the constitution trained by a con vention of tho peoplo of Mississippi for that Slate, and onco rejected, might not no Hummtjod toinojieonio inaiiKo imin nor, and with a probability of tho same result. (Signed) U.S. GRAN I Washington, D. C, April 7, 180!). Many Suffer lalliortliantnko nau-i-us medicines. All who suffer from cough , colds, irritation of tho bronchial lubes or tendency toconsumptlon, will find In Jh: lrislar'n Jialmni of Wild Cherry a remedy as agreeable to tho palato as i f fectual in removing disease. The 15;il sam js it pleasant remedy; it is a s.ife remedy; it is a powerful remedy; it is. a speedy remedy; it is a romedy that cirv. The courtiers at tho Court of. Queen Elizaljt'lli woro wont U) gain royal favor by praising (hp boimfy of tlip Queen's hair. Many modern ladles, by tho u,o Of" Harrott'B Vegetable Hair Restora tive," no. only receive praise fnnn their aequaiiila'pcps, but gain as well tho homago of all who behold their magnificent Uo.nen, Cleveland JTerahl, Floreiico's Bot. "And so you have ically and truly enjoyed this month in thecountrv, cous in Clivo 7" "I have, indeed, Florence; and fie only thing that takes the sting from re- Igret at leaving this old place, is the i thought t-iat you are to return with me, I and that I may try my utim.st to make cht tIu' noxt 11,ollth tH 1 llnvc ,.V it',i,..t ... t, . i lo introi u;e me into i so My. to .bring me out, l su)p(1seV ' said Flor - once. " DnU.on'tyou think 1 am rath-1 '.or old lor that sort ol thing? T have seen twenty, cousin." long in such a remote place as this." s io oners ot marriage, vou are w wn li- " replied the young lady lauch- lntr. ' 1 have ben honoied by two, one iron: mv. Mini, im-nory, who. with a great deal of bashfullness and fidgeting about, asked my con.-cut to I e Mrs. Sam, I .....I 1 1... t.,... c..... il... !.... I r . ro) Deane, a poor curate, who couldn't sound his r's. I didn't accept either." Mr. Clive llardinge lifted bis baud with a gesture of disgust, and shaking his head, replied dolefully, " Which it will eventually come to, perhaps, if you are not quickly lift. d out of this medio cre ela-s into that higher grade of socie ty to which you are e.ititled by birth and position. I am very glad that you arc going to my mother for a little time; for although there is not, my dear cous in, a more perfect lady in all London than you, y. t the constant companion ship of this so-called upper class of the village might in time cause you to for get that your supeiior birth 'precluded the possibility ot your ever choosing a husband from among the young men of the families you are in lhc"habit of visit ing ; lor it would ill beseem tne blood of a llardinge lo mate with one beneath her." The hot blood Hew up in a torrent lo the girl's faceas her cousin uttered the words, for she knew her moiher had been o considcied to deitica'i herself n'lion, two and twenty years before, she dis'ohoyed the commands ct a stern pa rent and sterner brother, and proudly placed her hand in the strong, warm grasp of a man who had no sin against him out nia poverty, His amhitiousday dreams, and his love lor her. she re membered how, in this obscure spot, they nad cued out ins meagre pittance how tho glorious productions of art, that his glowing imagination had vivified into almost living creations, had passed away, and left the noble face drawn and sad, and the Iarg.o eloquent eyes, that had fought so bravely for them, i closed volume of blindness and death Then the struggle for life, for existence, the long years of&uU'ering and sorrow of iicr lite and suDscquentiy the two hun dred pounds a year that some unknown relative, dving left them. She had never seen a single member of her mother's family, until a few months before, when Clive llardinge, son ol that brother who hail sealed up his latJiers heart against his sister all the years of his life, came suddenly upon them in their quiet country homo, was strucic with tne rennonient that per vaded sh' atmosphere in which his aunt and cou&in lived, and charme.) with the rare grace and fresh beauty of the young girl. Ho hastened to create an amiable understanding between his mother and Mrs. Lyslc, which, being easily effected, as Mrs. Harding enter tained no feeling of resentment against a woman she had never seen, he sud denly fancied that the cool fresh breezes of Hillside might have a ben eficial inllucnce on his town-bred con stitution : and therefore, without much cuqupilocution, ho gave a broad hint to that elleet, iri is aunt toole the Hint and invited him. During his stay ho and Florenco had boon a great deal thrown together, and, with a constant inter change of thought and opinions passing between them, grew in a mouth pretty wen to Know and appreciate each other Clive llardinge was neither hand some nor young; but he possessed that which JMiglisii people, and eJnglish AV'omen especially, valuo more in men than correctness of feature, or cyen youth; strength, courageandmaulinpss i lye-anu-tnirty years nan roiled over his brown Lead, aid left the wavy hair still brown, and left tho gray eyes un dinuncd in tho tire of their boyhood. Ho considered himself an aged man now, and if any midsummer day-dream over had tinged with a transient bright ness the even tmor of his life, it was long since rolled up In tho iorgotten past. Ho tojk an interest in Florence. a deep interest, by reason of her beauty, nor innocence, una nor unprotection. Man of the world as he was, thoroughly understanding nil tho ins, and oiit of so ciety, 1)0 leit that nis cousin was no common girl that she was at once adapt d to (111 a higher position than that in which sho hud yet moved, He took this intorest to heart, and acted rather vaguely upon it. In the pause that succeeded his last remark, his keen discernment instantly dotoctod the Insult ho had ofi'ered un intentionally, to hor, find with a. slight embarrassment in his facet, ho bent for ward, and said, earnestly : "Forgiyo me Floy; do not misunderstand my mean ing, T am referring to yourself. You will bo ongaget boforo yoi leaye London. Mark my words," Tho ilush died out of hor face, and a merry snarklo danced In her eyes as she said, gaily : "Wlint, In n month 7 My good cousin, how quickly you are go ing to dispose of mo!" fHlut J do," said Cliyo. "Let jng bet you a dozen pairs of glomes that my pre-, diction comes true," ' "Against what V" she" askod, "Against a kiss," he replied. 'Sir, you surpriso mo !" said Florence, "vou would lose your bet." "If I lo-e, I will pay," said lie, "and if you lose you must pay." "Rut I shall not loso cousin Clive," said Floroncp. "I am suro that none' qf the gentlemen lo whom you Introduco mo' will Falisfy my very fastidious taste." ''Waii till you roe them, my dear cnuii, said L'uvt. iou tiro very unso nlllstleatod. r only fear they will find too easy ingross to thai lilt io untiled heart of yours.'' Sho laugh od a laugh that had a ring of scorn in it, which mado him look up with a puzzled expression, as though he could not quite fathom her, K w Mrs. Earledalc's faloons were eiowdcil with fashion, bounty and wealth. It ! wa her last ball of the season, and the most brilliant she had given. Among the assembled ladies, It was evident that one was the center of attraction, the dazling star aruind which the smaller stars ceased to shine. She was quite surrounded by gentlemen ob;ru sive in their attention and tlre.-ome in their flattery. She seemed to feel it I acutely, as "she said, with 'lielghtened color and disdainful lips, mutely in (heir midst. She scarcelv lifted fie the iCuillng lashes from hordark black eVtM , j.ilVe tlieleai-t movcnicnt to the imir thut eovei-oil hoe u-liHn whmilili.iM hair tint covered her white shoulders l like a golden veil. She was perturbed land distressed, a'ld wanted to get away I from them. j All the evening she ha 1 bee. merry i and ray; but her most careless glance had b en met by one almost pas-donate ; in its admiration, her laughing tones uiswereii ny tliem :st luisome iiattcrv, that, angry with herself and them having aptly learned, in three short weeks to heartily dlspise tho hollow mockery of what the world calls pleas ure she now stood this last hour in the ball-room in anything but a happy frame of mind. At last there was a break in the circle and the low tones of the votaries' of iVhion coaled fira moment. asa young man of quiet, gentlemanly bearing niude his way up to the young lady. "Miss Lysle, permit mo to conduct you to the cjiis.-rvatory. Yo.i were sj caking of'' They had passed through the rooms, and sho turned to t .ank him for bring ing her away. "Rut whore is CliveV" she asked. "And are we not soon going home V I am so tired, Willie." "Tired of dancing, or of London dis sipation, Florence, which is it V" he asked. "Roth," siie replied. "1 would not live here for worlds, if I am to be drag ged about, night after night like this!" "Then such a li lo has no charm- for you." "No, indeed," was lb reply. "I am disappointed in Clive llardinge, 1 thought him superior to such frivolity. He seems to like it." "There you mistake, Kloy," said her companion. " It is society "that courts i mi ; not lie who courts it. As you say lie is superior to it," "Then why does be go into it so much V" t4 1 I o iurt7riiiiin- ii itvt ill' limirm i'. wad the reply, "and mixing in gaiety which lie di tests, fur the sake of one for whom he cares much, to see if the pure gold of spirituality in her hear will stand l..e te-l of the scheming world." She looked .up into the clear dark eye of dive's dearest friend; but beyond the smile upon Ins litis, and the slight pressure of her hand upon his arm, she could re-.'d nothing. "i am going nome m live days," sue said, as they, passed through the rooms. "Are you sorry or glad 7" he asued. "I shall be glad to see my mother again ; but I shall be sorry to leave my aunt, she lias been so kind to me and cousm Clive." "He is rather old, don't you think, Fioy 7 something ot tho old bachelor about him too old to marry, in fact." "Who Clive'."' she said. "He is not old, is lie 7 I never noticed it. III? hair is not gray, and his face is not gray, and his lace is not wrinkled. lie is very handsome." "Handsome, Floy ! You must have put on love's spectacles, surely; fiiend as lie is, I could never call him hand some." "Don't talk nonsense, Willie. I re peat, Clive llardinge is handsome ; he has more strength, might and majesty in his countenance than a doon ordi nary men. Here he comes, now judge lor yoursell. If a weary look and pale face denoted handsome physique, Clive llardinge certainly possessed it at that moment. He c imo forward to Florence and said : "Would you like to go now 7 mother is already cloaked and waiting for the carriage." Mlm .ini..41' iMilr lilu i. -nit:.inl iii-i.i and extending hor liund lo Clivo's friend bade him good night. a - Miss Lysle set at work in her aunt's morning room, the day -before her de parture hpmo, The bluo cashmoro robo sho woro suited well the purity ot her complexion and the rich curls of glitter ing hair. She looked marvolously pretty. And so thought Clive llardingo, as he made it his especial business to visit the room that morning. Rut her eyelashes were wet; she looked tis if sho had been shedding a tear or two, silently there to herselt ; and perhaps the soltness and tenerness in not lace made nor appear more neauuiui sun. u uvo carried a long narrow box in his hand, of blue enamel and gilt, and placed it under hoy eye-:. "Tho hot, Florenco," said lie. 4 Had you forgotten it 7 You have won it quite fairly or will havo don so to-morrow, for there remains yet one more nay boforo tho month is completed. Now will you tell mo why you havo so coldly declined tho two oilers of marriage you havo been honored with since your stay with us 7" "I dlil not feel myself honored," she replied, "Oho was from q spendthrift and debauchee ; tho other fron a brain less fop, who possessed but one idea in (lie world that of admiring his own figure " "lint- you hayo tonolled ndmjmtlon so porsistontly," said Clivo ; " others, who certainly admired you, might have " "Thank you, cousin Clive, for tho bet. May I look 7 " inturruptod Florence Lyslc, as she put out her hamd for tho box. Certainly not, until to-morrow," was tho reply; t'thcn,yoii may wear homo tho prettiest pair of gloves tho bqx contains, If you liko ; and when you are gone, per haps I shall bo able to get back my rest again, and my appetite. You have rob bed mo oi uotn tiiuso you have beon hero." "Cousin Clive !" she oxclaimed. " I say you havo robbed mo of buth," ror,eatod uiiyc. ''Roloro l saw you T was ablo to cat liko any other mortal ; but now tho dazzling things at the tablo arc not tho plate and crystal, but a pair of handsthat keep moving up and down, and mesmerize my eyes to look at thorn. ueioro (voq vm'UP l coupi sieep soundly oiiqugh at night, and wake i'oircshed in tho morning; but now my dreams aro wild anil feverish, of bewildering eyes, and glittering gold hair, and ono etue ronl form that conies letween moiuid, slumber, " " Pkqso 4on'-i cousin Cliyo," said Florence. ' ' " Hut 1 will," said he. "Oh vou shall fairly win your bet, my little Floy. I tun a cross old bachelor cousin ; but for all tliat, 1 niean lo t II you that I love you with all my heart tind soul." Her head dropped down suddenly, and the long hair fell over her hot cheeks, and her hands trembled and clasped Ihcniselvcs together on her lap. There was a painful pause, and when j Florence dared lo lift her eyes she saw ; Clive llardingc's face buried in h.sfold i ed arms, quiet and still. She lose hesi tatingly, and then went up to him, placing one soft h.iiid on his hair, I while with the ohcr she extended the unopened box. "1 don't want your gloves, cousin Clive," she said. " Why net 7" he asked, with white lips. " Hecauso 1 have lost my bet," she re ' piled, turning away her shy face. "Florence my darling Floy, have I won lt7" lie exclaimed, rapturously, stalling up, and calchiii'.' her hand. " Yes, and me loo," she murmured, as she lifted her blushing face to his, , and his arms closed round her in a tight embrace. The language or nature and exierl ence demonstrated that whoever would enjoy the pleasures of fond, the beauties of landscape, tirjoyn of companionship, the riches ot literatuie, or the honors of station and renown, must preserve their health. The efi'ect of foul, injurious food, entering the stomach, is to derange the digestive organs and produce head ache, loisofappelite, unrcircshing sleep, low spirits, feverish burnings, etc., which are the symptoms of that horrid disease, Dyspepsia, which assume a thousand shapes, and points toward a miserable lite and premature decay, riamaum lsiuors win rovenl, over come and contract all of these elleets. 'I hey act with unerring power, and are taken with the pleasure of a beverage M.wixoi.i.v Wathk. Superior to the b'st imported German Cologne, and nui.i in i tit 1 1 me pnee. u y, Special Notices. m m .& W 22 O D . 1 X tho miiiiil' anil riMtn -r m-m-ration, 1 1 1 wul- .a. i.iuu iuurt oi nio tiio Miroiif;, inn 111 a unv .vi nrs lunv nl'ton tliu p.illiil liui', thu luck-lustio o5 anil einaciati'd tuna, ami tin- iiii)ii.sailiilitv of application ti uuMit.il cllort, show an lmuolifl JL t.itni) piniorH of Ji to tiio MtroiiL'. lint iii a I'mv lnllnonci'. It noon lioconiL'H rviili-nt to thu ob hci'Vim' Unit snini- ilupii'wmnL' inlhuMiou is chuck inn tin-ilcvi'loimiont ol' tho Imilv. I'oiisiunntioii is talked of, ami p-.rliaps thu vouth is removed from school anil soul into the country. This is one of the worst movements, lieiiiovcil from oiilinar.v diversions of thu ovei-changing scenes of the city, tiio powers of tho bodv too much en feebled to Rivu rest to liea'lhful and rural exer cise, tlioujjhtH lire turned inwards upon them selves. It tho patient he a female, the approach i f the menses is looked lor with un.uetv. as tho last symptom in which Xaturu is to show Iter saving power m i.lilliimii; (ho circulation and visiting uie ciu-eii wiui uiu nioom OI uo.utll. Alas! 111 ere.itjo of appetilo lus grown by what it fed on the energies of the system are prostrated, am the whole economy is deranged The beautiful and wonderful period in which body and mind undergo so faseinatim; a change, from child to woman, is inoueii lor in vain ; tiio p .rent s heart uiecus in anxiety, aim lancics tiio grave but waiting lor us victim. llclmbolirs Extract Ihichu, for Weakness arising Iront excesses or early indiseietion, at tended with the following symptoms ; Indispo sition to exertion, loss of power, loss of memory, difficulty of breathing, generalweakness, horror oi uiseaso, weaic nerves, trembling, dieadtiil iioiror oi neain, ingut sweats, cold feet, wake 1 illness, dimness of vision, langour, universal lassitude of tho muscular system, often enor mous appetite- with dyspep'tie symptoms, hot hands, llushiiur of tho body, dryness of the skin. pallid countenance- and eruptions on tho face, pain in tho back, heaviness of the eyelids, fre- ipienuy inacK spots Iiying uoioro tiie eyes, with temporary sutlocatiou and loss of sight, want of attention, great mobility, restlessness, with horror of society. Nothing is moro desirablo to siieu patients man sontuile, anil nothing thoy moro orean, lor leaf ot tnemselves ; no reposo of manner, no earnestness, no speculation, lint n liMi-riDil ii.iitu:(:.... i..... ... .... ...... a... v. .. ... Mil ll.iu IIUCSUUIl IU 1111 other. Tl.e.so symptoms, if allowed lo go on which this medicine invariably removes- soon follow loss of power, fatuity, and epileptic llts, in one oi which uiu piiiieiu may expire. Uiinng tho superintendence of Dr. Wilson at the lUooniingdalo Asylum, this sad result oc curred to two patients; reason had for a time left tliem.SfSiid both died of epilepsy. They iuiuut uuiiijHBxvs, unit iiuoiu twenty years ot UK". Who can Bay that theso excesses are not fro. ijucutly followed by those direful diseases of in sanity and consumption ! Tho records of the insane asylums, and tho melancholy deaths in consumption, boar amplo witness to tho truth ot these assertions. In lunatio asvlunis the most melancholy exhibition appears. Tho countenance isaetually sudden and ipiite desti- iiuu -iiciuier iiuriii nor gnei ever visit It. Slinuld a sound of the voice occur, It is rarelv articulate. With woeful measures wan despair Low sullen npiUirta Uioif.'grief beguiled, Whilst we regret tho existence of tho above disoases and symptoms, we arc prepared to offer au Invaluable gift of chemistry for the removal oi ino consequences, noliubolit's ilighlv (Jon cent rated Kluid Kxtraet ot llucliu. There is no tonic liku it. It is au anchor of hope to tho .......... i .t . .,.f .I.., .. siiiKewn .uiu paiieiu, aim tins is uie testimony of all who havt used or urescribed it. Hold by all Druggists and Dealers everywhere. l'iico-$1.2r per bottle, or 0 bottles for i(i.5!l. Delivered to any address. Dcsciibo tho symptoms in all contimunpallpns, Addrusa II. T. UELMilOLD, Drug and Cheiu- icai warououso, oyi isroamviiy, i, v. None are genuine unless done up in s'.eel-en-graved wrapper, with l'.ic-bimilo ot my Chemical Warehouse, and signed 11. T. HKbMhOLD. dw-201-S Errors of Youth. "V70UXG MKN tho experience of years has JL ifenioiistra'ed tho fact that relianc? ei'.u bo placed in the eilicacy of BEIoVB BPKOIFIO PILLS Fur the speedy and permanent euro of .Seminal Weakness, the result of Youthful Indiscretion, which neglected, ruins the hiippincs, and uulits tho Hiill'erer for business, social society or mar riage, ihoy can bo used without detection or interference with business pursuits. Price ono Dollar per box, ov (uur boxes for three dollars. If vim cannot liroonro theso bills. ciipltwo yu uiimey to liuvAX it Co., (it Cedar Street, Xew orlc, and they will be sent bv return mail, wr-u. hkai.kd Private circulars to" gentle men sent free on application j enclose stamp. 18Ueod.w2ta.Ji- Twcnty-jfev 4''. Praetivti hi (lji 'iV.auncnt of Diseases incident to Fe iiialoB, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all tho physicians making Mich praotico a specialty, und enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent euro in tho worst cubes of .Vh;jj'wok and all other Menstrual J)eranjetnent), hum what, tw ciiKW. All letters fur nitvieo must contain $1. Olllpo, Nil. ll P.iidlcott Kticet, Uoaton. N. II. Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treatment. Uostou. July. 1808. U20 lvrdv SI'ECIAh XOTlCKs. Jackson's Catarrh 811116' AND TKOCIIK l'OWDHK, A tir.t.lllllll lll, AND l'l.UANANT Ilia K1)V IN Catarrh, Jleadaehe, Had JJrcath, Ifoarncncsit, Axtluna, Jlron ehitix, Couyhs, Daef ncttn, itc, And all Dlsoiders tesultiiia from COLI.M in Ill-IAU, 'IHItOAT ami VOCAI. OltOAVS, This Itriiiedv does not DltV UI a Catarrh but liOOSEJSTS it; fiees the head of nil of fensivo leatter, ouickly removing ltud lireath and Headache; itiliiyt and "t li the biiin lni; luui in Catarrh; U m nilhl and a nltle in its i ll'iets that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING 1 As a Ti ill-he I'ouiti r is pleasant to the taste, and never nauseates; when swallowed instantly gives to the Throat and Yocnl Organs a DELICIOUS SENSATION of COOLNESS ami COMFORT. Is the best Voice Tonic in the world I Try II I Suit-, It. ltiilili-, unit only :n i-i'uln. .Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, address COOI'KIS, WILSON A CO., (111U'210-(iin Prop'is, Philadelphia. At wholesale by all Patent Houses, and ie (ailed by diuggists everywhere. A7J H' A D VEliTISKMENTS. FOR SALE. AllOCSt: and lot of land consisting of six acres, situated about a mile and a quarter west of the Depot in St. Albans. The buildings aro nearly new and in good repair. There is a fruit orehaid of about lll'ty young trees, and the land is in good slate of cultivation For fin tiler particulars applv to :iftl'-2.-i li. F. ltUOd. NOTICE. IS heieby given that the books for receiving subscriptions lor shares of the capital stock in the National Trust Company, charter ed by the Oeneial Assembly of the State of Ver mont, and approved November lUtli, INfiH, will be opened at the banking iftmts of the Ver mont National Hank, in St. Albans, on Tuesday, the 1th day of .May, lS(ii), and continue open from 10 o'clock a.m. till I o'clock p.m., each day Sundays execpti dj for the space of ten dajs, and thereafter until one thousand shares sh'.i!l be subscribed. Tho subscribers shall, at the time of sub scription, deposit with the CotnmissioueiH, ten dollars on each share bv them subscribed. St. Albans, April 1st; lSlltl. Wnil hi .iglon ('. Smith, liriulh-, Itmhm', Cioii- ;. Hum, .In hum Sitxe, III. rat io .V. Itm lit-i . A hi i 4 O. Itnil.i. ill, .Itikpi-i- Wtiiul, .lilt 1 till A. Sey mom-, I.iiMrriir.' lira liii ltl, .ll-., Samuel Williams, Ahiit-i- Follies, Sliiviiil SI 111 l:l hun, .I0I111 AV. jM-wloll, Uii)' ('. iVuhle, Toll 11 C. Pur ill', John .1. Hiii-i-sM, f274-till.Ma liiiii'Kr J. Siullh. Commissioueis. CO-PARTNERSHIP. HL. SAMSON and S. Ji. MOltO X, Jr., have this day formed a Co-partnership under tho namo of II. L. SAMSON A CO. Mrreh 8. 18(1!). tf 2 V.I FOR SALE. rniiH subscriber oilers for sale tho TIUIMONT X IIOUSF, in St. Albans ; said bout-t is ii good repair and capable of aceoiiimortsuiug two hundred persons. For lurther particulars en quire at tiio house. S L.MANN. 1255-tf St. Albans. Feb. 0, 18(19. FOR ALE. CtTOItK, STOCK, KIXTUHKS, and GOOEk IO Wild, of a first class DRY GOODS STORE. Post location in town, on Main Stictt, oppo site tho Park. Also, our place of lesidenee, on England St. For further particulars inquire of ttl'-230 1SP.F.0K .V WETIIEHUEE. Call iii at Jj. MeD. Smith & Co.'s and see tho new urrlvtil ol Spring Kyle iofa and Caps. NOTICE IS hereby given that on and after the 1st iluvs of April, lfiii'J, no credit will bo given for goods bv the undersigned, in entering upon tho CASH PLAN, we would ask our former patron to call and tatisfy themselves from tho price (bat goods enn be soHl cheapcr for cash than for credit. li. MeD. SMITH A CO. Heady Made Clothing, Ac., No. 2 Darrow liloek, St. Albans, Match &, 18G0. 32C2 St, Albans Marble Works. ri'IIH suU-eriber would respectfully aiinouuee JL to the Citizens of Franklin County that he has opened a XVIARBLZI SHOF in St. Albans, on Centre Street, a few ilior west of It, Ilrainerd's Drug Store, and is pro paacd to furnish Kmilga uuil Uutuenth-Miu-hlu Monument, Tomb Stoui-ii. and in. short, everything connected with tho busi ness, at reasonable prices., and satisfaction, given or no pay required. Persons wishing to erect memorials to de parted friends will do well to call before uur- chasing elsowhero. U. A. J5HOWNELL. St. Albans, March 31, 18C1), f2C2tf SASH DOORS and BLINDS. An Old Establishment WITH NEW PROPRIETORS, - AT BWANTON, VT. M AKVl.V it miTTKHKJHlM) having pur chased the SASH DOOH and BLIND Manufactory Establishment, at Hwanton, of H. F. lilaekmiin, are prepared to continuo tho busi ness in all its branches. A full stock is l;cit on hand I'Oiibtantly, and sash doors, blinds ami mouldings of the latest and most approved pat. terns mado to order. Particular attention paid to nianufaetuiing houso-liiiMiini; nia'erials. Give us a call j satisfaclltiu imaranteed. T. D. MAltVIN, O. II. UUTTKHFIELD. Hwaiilon, March 00, 18CU. t2Catt