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Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. AL11AXS, VT. Satumiay, Mahcii, 0, 1SG0. Gen. Grant t Cabinet. We reprint (Jen. Omul's Cabinet, as there was a telegraphic error in one of the names yesterday : Secretary of State. 15. 11. WASH 111111X13, of JlUnoln. Secretary of the Treasury. A. T. STEWART, of New York. Secretary of the lnlcrLr. J. D. COX, ofOliio. Secretary of the Navy. A. 15. 15011113, of Pennsylvania. Secretary of War. J. M. SCHOFIKLD, of Illinois Tost master Oenenil. A. O. CK15SSW15LL,of Maryland. Attorney Ocneral. 15. KOCKWOOD llOAlt, of Mass. Tho Cabii.et nominations were cou llrmoil witli entluihlasm by the Senate, and are favorably regarded. Willi one or two exeepiioiiB they are all men of wide reputation. Governor Cox, of Ohio, theSecrctaryof the Interior, grad uated at Oberlin College and command ed the 22nd corps. The Secretary of the Navy, Mr. IJovle, is a Philadelphia banker, and is an active member of tho Union League there, A. T. Stewart, who is called to tho important position of Secretary of the Treasuiy was reared in Belfast, Ire land, and commenced the Dry GoodB business in the city of New York in 1S25 The operations of his house- are world wide, and his fortune h immense. In 1S03, lie returned an income of $1,900, 030 ; in 1801 $4,000,000 ; in 1S63 $1,000,000 nud in 18G0, 000,000 an average of very near $2,000,000 per year. He has proved an excellent financer in tho manage ment of his afl'airs, and it is believed ho wj!l that of the Government. The New Hampshire Election. The election in New Hampshire takes nlace on Tuesday of next week, and (hough the campaign has been conduct ed with comparative quietude, we be lieve that the people are fully alive to the issues that are involved, and will so declare by their ballots. If the Repub lican majority should not be as large as it Was in November, it must not be taken ns evidence that that party is loosing ground, for this would be far from the (.ruth) The Republican candidate for Governor, Hon, Onslow Steams, of Concord, is well and favorably known to the people of the Granite Slate, and possesses all the qualifications necessary for the able discharge of the duties of the office to which lie will be elected. Opposed to him is Gen. lledell who, though a very good soldier, for aught we know to the contrary, partake. too much of the sentiment of such men as Frank Pierce to make him acceptable' to the freedom-loving men of the Stale. A comrade of the giand army of the Re public, having wri'ten a communica tion for the Manchester Union, urgiug the members thereof to vote for Gen. lledell," another member says in reply: " The Grand Army of the Republic does not inlluence the vote of its mem bers in the slightest degree, no more than the orders of Masons, Odd Fellows or any similar organization. Its objects ure charily, and the cultivation of fra ternal feeling between thoso who served in the army or navy dining- the rebel lion, without rcgaid to party or sect. Its peculiar province is the welfare of disabled soldiers and sailors, and the Bupport of the widows and orphans of their deceased comrades." A good report is expected from the Republicans of New Hampshire on Tuesday next a report that will give encouragement to the Republicans of Connecticut and proclaim to the world at large thai the principles which they espouse are as llrmly planted as tho granite hills. Gkant's Puivatp. Skckctaky. Pre Hident Grant's Private ecretary is Levi P. Luckey, of Illinois, who lias been for some years Clerk of the House Commit tee on Commerce, of which 15. 1J. Wash burne lias been Chairman. More Nominations Confirmed. On Friday, Gen. Grant nominated Columbus Delano for Commissioner of Internal Revenue; "Win. T. Shormnn for General ; Phillip Sheridan forLieut. Gencral : John M. Soholleld, as Major- Gnneral ; and Christopher C. Augur as Rrigudier-Gcneral which nominations were immediately confirmed by the Sen ate. Riiodi: Island. The Republicans of Rhode Island hold a State Convention at Providence, on Thursday, and nom inated for Governor, Hon. Seth Pedil el ford, of Providence, Gov. Bumsldo hav inir declined another election. The other State olllcers were nominated for re-election, as follows: Lieut. Govern or, Pardon W. Stewart, of Newport ; Secretary of State, John R. Bartlett, of Providence ; Attorney - General, Wil liam Sayles, of Providence ; Treasurer, Samuel A. Parker, of Newport. Tiiu Ni:w Spdaki'il Tiie newly elected speaker of the House of Repre sentatives, James Gillcpple Blaine, Is a1 native of Pennsylvania, and graduated i at Washington College, In 1847. He i was for a time employed on theprcs In Philadelphia, and subsequently remov ed to Maine where he edited tho Ken nebec Journal, ami afterwards he was chief editor of the Portland Advcrtiicr for a year or two. He served four years in the Maine Legislature as Repiescnta tive from Augusta, where he now re sides, and was twice elected speaker, in 1802, he was elected to Congress from the Kennebec District, and has ably served on several Important committees. For several years past Mr. Blaine has been Chairman of the Republican State Committee of Maine. He is said to pos sess every requisite for the Speaker's Chair, and will prove a worthy sucees sor in that position of Schuyler Cilfax. Jtellylons Jntelthjcncc, Rev. Charles W. Clark who has la bored very acceptably at Hartland, for some o years past, has closed his labors at that place, and gone to Hartland. The "First Congregational Society of South Royalton" lias erected a hand some meeting house, which is just fin ished and about to bo occupied. It is carpeted and cushioned in good style, furnished with bell and organ, and what is rare in so young a society, isall paid for. Tliis church is on a sounder financial basis than some churches that we know of. Rev. A. Folsoni, of Raymond, 70 years of age, who preaches for the Methodists of Chester, usually walks to that place, a distance of 7miles, and re turns in the same way after service. Tho Methodist society of South Royal ton has lately repaired its church build ing, and placed a fine bell in tho tow er. Prof. J. S. Lee, now in Europe, lias been invited to the chair of the third professorship in the Canton Theologi cal School. Last Sunday morning a man with a Quaker lint entered the Newark church seating himself in a comer. Tho breth ren as they came in tried to induce him to take a good seat. But his humility was obstinate. At last, to the horror of the younger brethren, tho man wear ing thcQuakcrhat went into the pulpit. And lie preached "acceptably." The gentleman was Rev. Abel C. Thomas. Leader. The friends of Rev. G, M. Wiloy, of West Hebron, N. Y,, and formerly of Ryegate, Vt., paid him a donation visit at their church en the afternoon and evening of February 4. The donation amounted to $481, in cash. Ope. in; o' the N ir Conn i ess. A STOltMY Sl.'I'Nl' At three o'clock precisely, on tlie4tli, Mr. McPhcrson, Clerk of the last House, began calling the roll by i-latcs of the House in tho Forty-First Congress, the members answering as their names were called. When the roll had been called by tho Clerk, Judge Woodward (Pa.) moved to have the name of Mr. Foster added. Mr. Foster contests a seat with John Co voile. A parliamentary muddle followed, which was ended by a motion by Mr. 15. B. Washburne, that the House do now proceed to the election of Speaker. On this the ayes and nays were de manded by the beinocrats, who show a disposition to filibuster. A scene ol great contusion ensued. The Clerk declared that the motion con cerning theadinission of a member could not be entertained, but Mr. Brooks in sisted on talking. The Clerk told the gentleman lroin New York to take his seat. Mr. Broo'is replied that lie would not take his s at. The Clerk said, "Tito geiuleinan from New York is a niLinber elect of the House, but he lias no right to interfere with it organization. Mr. Brooks replied. "You are only the clerk elect of the House, and 1 appeal from your decision." The Clerk ruled thai Mr. Brooks hud not tho right of appeal, and Mr. Wash burne (III.) moved to proceed with the election of Speaker. Mr. Brooks kept shouting that lie hul the right U appeal, and Mr. Eldridge, stood at his side shouting " Give us the right of appeal." A Republican member called out, " Arrest the gei.tleman from New York." Mr. Brooks replied, "arrest me if you dare." The Clerk vainly endeavored to obtain order, as Brooks and Eldridge kept cili-ni iiw ll.ViM'nat na iu vnn linn. Vi claim tho right of appeal." The Republicans called for order, and the galleries cheered. It was a scene of wild confusion. Col. Stokessaid something that didn't please Mr. Brooks, who called him a re Dei. "You," replied Stokes, " aro meaner than a rebel." Alter 10 minutes of tills tumult, Judge Woodward, of Pennsylvania, acted as a peacemaker. Tho Clerk apologized for anything lie might havo said ofiendingnny one per sonal. y, and Mr. Brooks said he was sat isfied. At four o'clock, the ballot for Speaker was commenced. The Republicans, as their names wero called responded Blaine, and the Democrats responded Kerr. The members then came forward by delegations to take the oath. James Q, Blaine received 130 votes, Michael C. Ivorr received 57 votes. The Tellers reportod tho vote, and Mr. Blaine was escorted to tho Sneaker's Chair amid loud applause from the llooj and galleries. Mr. Blaine delivered a brief opening address, after which the oath of office was administered by Elilut B. Wash but tie, the senior Member of the House, .1 Jlorc Excellent U'ai. "Mother, mother," exclaimed Char lie Morris, as he rushd Into the house after school, lngreatexcltenie.it, " what y.o you think we are going to do In school?" "Study, 1 hope," said his mother, quietly, while the little boy stopped to take breath. "We shall have to, that's a fact," said Charley, " hut that was not what 1 wanted to tell you, mother. You know there are lust six weeks before examin ation, and they are going to give cer tificates, then, only to the very best scholars, who have sustained themselves peilcctiy through the term." " And you mean, ol course, to rank among the very best, if you can," said Mrs. Morris. "Of course, I il. mother, but there is one tiling more. The boy who has been at the hejd of his classes for (he longest time, is to have, he? ides his diploma, a golden star to wear upon his breast. He will be called the star scholar, and will rank highest in tho school." " So you are aiming at this bright ar ticular s.ar?" 1 I 111 Mlit 41 tl it U'lH 1 I II l k i Tl a rs j iiiwiiil i t nun ti hi nan iij you will see! Dr. II. says it is a more honorable distinction than the Legion of Honor. Wcn't you be proud, mother, to seo me wearing it at the Evening Exhibition? The teachers Mill come and tell you that yjin boy is the best scholar in school." Mrs. Morris smiled. "Won't you be ulail. mother'."' re peated Chancy, eagerly. "Uiad t certainly snail heol thetehoi arsliip that has won tho honor, if it is fairly earned," replied his mother. "But what are your grounds of expecta tion ?" "Why, mother, 1 am at ths head of my classes all but one, and in that there is no one above me but Harry Colton. I don'tsupposo there would be any hope of getting above him if lie was always there, out he is sometimes absent at the hour when we recite, and so ho won't havo so good n chance of keening his plnce." "What is tho cause ot his being ab sent?" "He has to do errands for his mother. She takes in sewing, and they are too poor to have a servant, so Henry carries tho bundles home." "Mrs. Colton has made great efforts to keep her boy at school, lie is a good scholar is he not V" "Yes, mother, E don't know a boy that studies any harder than Henrv C'oi ton." "Not even Charley Morris?" "No, mother, but then 1 am not oblig ed to study so much, became 1 have been to school uioie legularly than he has. aud I have more time to myself at home. Why, lienry is up and studying belore any one else is stirring, and always sleeps wuh his hooic under his pillow at night," Then if he fails to obtain the highest rank in tlieschojl It will not be for want of diligence or even scholarship, but trom the mere accident ot his outward circumstances. But he will doubtless make a greater effort to be punctual, the- six weoks to come." "He will if lie knows of th ; plan," re plied Charley, moodily, "Jlele.iriH his lessons at lunio does lie not, so as to keep up with tho class, though he should be absent for a single day." "les, mother, but to-day wo had a special explanation of something in ar ithmetic, that 1 Know he can't won; out by himself. " Is my little boy quite conscious of tho spirit lie is indulging?" asked tho mother, gently. Does he really wish to gain a nri.e for liim.-oll'at theexnonse of one who desires it fully as much, and deserves it, perhaps, even more V" " Then you don't want me to get the star, after all, mother," said Charley, altera tew moments silence. " You will not doubt your mother's interest in your improvement, even if she should be less solicitous about this particular honor," Mrs. Morris replied. " You know all the ambition I have in tho world centers in my childre.i. I would see them active, energetic, fore most, if possible, in the pursuit of every honorable attainment. And yet there is a ' more excellent way" which 1 would have them follow ; an attainment liighereven than mental wealth, with out which, though possessing 'all ir it nit' 1 1 w I irt ' they are nothing." Charley's glowing ambition had somewhat cooled during his mother's calm, but earnest conversation, lie was listening attentively as lie sat in his favorite place at her feet, (hough his eyes were downcast, and a sense of shame stole over him. "You remember the passage, in which this 'way' is described V" asked the mother. Charley took down tho liltle well worn Bible in which l.e always loved to read aloud to his mother. 'Turning to tho l'lth chapter of 1st Corinthians, lie slowly read t:ie first six verses. "Do you think, mother," he asked, "that this forbids smoking any honor for one's self? It says "sooketh not her own." "It is not necjssary for us to settle, the, bearing ot this on the prizes in fcichool. But one question comes nearer to tho case in hand. Do you think that in strict honesty the star would be your own, if you gained it not by superior scholarship but by your moat prosper ous circumstances and Henry's hind rances through his mother's necessities? Tho only value of the sign is in tho thing signified, To mo this badge would mean not that boy was a better scholar than Henry, but only that his father was richer than Henry's mother." "Mother, I don't want tho star, at all," said Charley, witli a resolute effort ;" that is, if Henry cm get it. I am going around now, if you are wil ling, to show him about tho arithme tic, and to ask his mother (o arrange, if possible, so unit no can attonil sohool constantly t ho next six weeks." Miv. Colton's consent to tho latter ar rangement was easll gained, especial ly when Charley had begged permission to assist in doing tho errands after school hours. The obstacles in arithmetic wero cleared away, so that tho two rivals start d on their friendly race witli a fair field and no favor to either. Henry had boon at tho hoad of tho class just tho same length of tinio that Charloy had been before him when three weeks before examination, lie was taken sick. It would be dilllcult to say which of the two classmates was most disappointed at this derangement of their plans. Charley watched the pi ogress of the fe ver almost as anxiously as Mrs. Colton, and dally beset the doctor to learn the nro.-iioet of a speedy recovery. The third week had arrived before, Henry was able to be dressed, and I breathe the outer air for a few minutes I of the day. Examination day came, ' and by Charley's earnest entreaties the Invalid was permitted to be present on 1 the important occasion, lie sat nexthis I friend, and leaned upon him when too j weary with the dibit and excitement. I After many less interesting exercises, the President at last arose, and with so ue words of explanation, proceeded to confer, as he said, the highest mark of j honor ever received in the institute. I The slur was awarded " to Charles Mor ris, l.ii punctuality o' attendance, pro priety of deportment, and success in scholarship." There was a moment of almost breath less attention throughout tho crowded audience, and Charley walked to the foot of (lie platform and was seen to address :a tow worus to uie rresuient. Tiioe I who were nearest heard him say : "The star docs not rightly belong to me. Henry Colton has worked hauler than I to obtain it. He is a belter schol ar, and but for sickness would have been at the head of all his classes." After a moment's consultation with the gentlemen on the platform, thel'res ident replied : "The Facul .. , Morris, prefer that you should retain (he star, as you have'llt erally fulfilled the conditions pre scribed." "It would not )e light, sir," said Charley firmly, though with a trembling voice. "I beg you will give it o Hen ry." "In that case, you must yi ursclf be stow it," said the Piesident. "Henry Colton will come forward." Henry, uiisaispeeliiig what was going I on, advanced, his pale face Hushed with wonder and excitement. Charley stoop ed down, fastened the star upon his breast, and then supported him back to his seal. Tho noisy applause of (he audience juried almost painfully upon hi- heart, full as it was of a deeper joy than earth ly fame can give the joy ol' obedience to (he precept "in honor preferring one another." In his mother's loving smile he lound a full reward for the sacrifice of ills selfish ambition. Coveting ear nestly the best gif.s, ic hail found "the spirit of brotherly kindness" a more ex cellent way. A Colored (Sir 's Descent into Hell and Ascent into Hearen. The ltev. Mr. Bailey, pastor of the Ijoring Street (colored) Church, fur nishes the Springfield (Mass.) Jtepubli can the following curiousand rjiuarka ble statement, taken from the lips of Liz.'-ie West, (lie colored girl, who was lately entranced four days" and four nights : Before 1 went up to the mourner's bench, two spirits strove with me. One said "Don't go," and the other said "Go." At length 1 fell a hot steam coming into my face. 1 then rose and started" to the mourner's bench, and my face w.is as cool as usual. Shortly after, while kneeling, I strove to get up, but eould.not. Finally, I lost all knowl edge of things in this world. The first sight 1 saw was two white horses, which I started to follow, but something .snatched me back and thrust me down into a lake of fire, and there I burned a whole day in the flames of hell. It was a world of lire and I saw the souls of thousands of men and wo men, some of whom 1 knew in their lifetime, and knew they were dead, roll ing and crying in the Haines of hell, wailing till the day of judgment to be judged. I saw a man 1 knew, whodied in New Haven nearly a year ago. He was waiting lb. tho day of Judgment, and lie requested me to warn his t on in New Haven not to come to that place, but to get religion and save his soul. After my day's burning, I was caught up to God in i leaven, where 1 saw tho Lord himself and nil the mighty angels stand around him, and with them the souls of the saints that died in the faitli of Jesus. Many of (hem were people Willi whom 1 have hen acquainted with in their lifetime. 1 saw some of my own relatives in heaven and some in hell. While I was there I looked over the whole woild saw what everybody was doing on the earth ; I saw what all t:ie churches were doing. When the churches below are happy singing and shouting and praising the Lord, all of saints and angels sing the same songs of praise with them. I saw every per son that touched my body while it lay unconscious of anything around it. When some people came near my body they were hot as lire, and when others came they were as pleasant us the sum mer's breeze. 1 also saw, while the Chilians in tho Loring street Church were praying for me. there were cer tain others who protended to be my frionds in times mist, and had cominun- eu Willi me ouen, who were graying that 1 would never wake out of sleep, but (ho Lord never received their pray ers. Twice while Bro. Bailey was sing ing certain hymns all heaven wns sing ing with him, 1 desired to come down and be with them, but was still detained above. Tho Lord (old mo that I must never go to balls or any wicked parties any more, but be a good girl and serve Jlim an the days ot my me, aim uien comotollim. 1 hope this will sulllco to let every sinner and hypocrite know that there is a heaven of happiness, and also a burning hell ol torment. A highly intelligent lady, a resident of Syracuse, N. Y., says she was alllict ed nearly a year periodically, witli de rangement ol the circulation, tho blond rushing to the lungs with such force as to threaten congestion and death, This was attended with the most intense pain in all parts of the body, Falling (o ob tain relief from any of (lie physioians whom she employed from time to tune, she was induced to try tho Plantation Bitters, 'did to her surprise aud jay they havo relieved her, and she is now in good health and flesh. M Ai.NobiA Watku. Superior to tho best imported German Cologne, and sold at half the price. d & w, That Iron Is valuable a a medicine , Inn long been known, but It Isonly since ! the propitiation 'fit in the particular j form of Peruvian Syrup was discovered ! t lilt Its full power over disease has been J In 'o'lglit to light. Itsetl'ect in cases of dyspepsia and debility is most salutary. ' w Petroleum V. 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Among the many rcfatoiativos which natttie has supplied to relievo tho aflliotioiis of human ity, there is no nioro favoiito one for a certain class of diseases than tho "medicinal gum" of the Wild Cherry Tree ; but however valuable it is, its power to heal, to soothe, to relievo and to cure, is enhanced tenfold by scientific, and judi cious combination with other ingredients, in themselves of cipiul worth. This happy mingling exists to aiemarkablo degree in Dr. Witur's UiiHiiiu ofWIIil t'lirrry, whoso value incuiing Cuityhfi, C'o'if.-, Ilroitrhilin, 'liuai!ii'j Coityh, I 'roup, AMma, Vulmuuuvy Ajl'irlkiii, and Im'ipiciit ('uumMpl'wii is iuesti uiable. Ki-oiii S. II. IN url, Ki., Piincipal of tho Stat o Normal School of Vermont. .Tohxsok, Yt., Jan. HO, 18(18, Messrs. Si;ui W 1'owi.r. & Son, IJostuN. Gr.NU.r.su:N I can most cheerfully recom mend Wistau's Dalsam or Wild Chkhuv as a safe and ellicent remedy for Vuuylis, VuUh, Jn cipimt VuimtnijitUm, Ac. I havo often used it myself and recommended it to my friends, with the most .satisfactory remits. Yours most truly, S. H. PKAltL. Joii.Nso.v, Yt., April 1, 1800. Haing been troubled with bronchitis forsev eral vears, attonded with a cough, occasionally ipiite severe, 1 at length saw Dr. Wistau's Hal kaji or Wild Ciii'.ititv advertised as being a sure cure. I w as therefore induced to try it, and do rive much relief from it, especially when my complaint is attended with a cold. It seems to bo the oulv patmt medicine that lelioves my l,",,K"llUn' Mns. If. F. MKHltlAM. Prepared hv SKTH W. 1'WLH At SON, 18 Treniont St., boston, and for saluby Druggists generally. GRACE'S aEljr.BnATED SALVE . cures in a very short timo 'iils, Ho. lis, Sriilils, AVoiiiiils, Hriilhru, Mpriilns, Krycipi-ltn, Suit KliciiiH, lUiigMiiini, C'liiipiird UiiimIm, ll.iiu Krozcii I.tiulitf, I'Vloin, I lilllllutin, it i'. it ispioiupt in action, remove pain at once, and reduces tho most angry lool ingswellings and iullammations, as if bv magic - thus all'ord ing relief and a complete, cure. Si: fit W. l'OWLK .V SOX, boston, Propiictor. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers, and at all country stores. 'J57-1 1,000 MEN WANTED. dln 1l:l WKUK prollt on fj Capital. Something entirely new. Send tor circular and tonus. No gilt eiitcipiizo or hum bug. Address M. J Yarnell, blj Cannon St. N. . tsii217-:)m 1 V. O. - Try a box of Po'and's Plantain , Ointment. Tho best 1 vl vn in tho World. Take no other, but insist on having this, l'or walo by all Druggists and Country Dcaleis. D J. W. POLAND, a Manufacturer. spec i a h Notice. BUCEU. (from Dispensary or the United Mati s ) Diosma Crcnala, Euchu Leaves Pi op. i lie. Their odor Is hilling, dilVushe unit somewhat aromatic, their table hitleitsh, aud analogous to mint. .'Mul hul 1'iopcitlcM it ml Vm Dui'llU leaves arc gentlv stimulant, with a peculiar tendency to the Urinary Organs. They are gi en in complaints of tlu tiinary Organs, Mich as lracl, Chronic Catarrh of tin bladder, Morbid Irritation ol tin bladder and I'letha, Diseabc of the Prostate Gland, and He- leiiuou or lncouiinence oi L line, lroin a loss ol tone in the parts concerned in its c at nation. The li lnedy has also been rteouilnciided in Dvs- pepsu, ( lironic lilieuniatislii, I utaneoim Alice tious and Dropsy. ' llelmliold'H Lxtract P.ucliu is used hv persnis from the age of in to J."), and trom il." t "i f3, or in the decline or change of life: after Conlim inent or Labor Pains : bed -Wet tin,'? m chil then. , In allcctioiis pi ciili.tr lo females, the KnIimi'I liuchtt is tun ipiallcd by any other reniuly, as in Chlorosis, or Customan KMicuatioiis, t Ici ralul or Schinous State of the t'tei it-, Li in bonhea, or Whites. nui'iiM .H iif tin, itiiuiiW r, ic tiiiu ;i ii- fl, ii .ill Dnipsliul Smi Hint's 'l'Ui mull cine increases the power of Digesti.iit, and i citis die Absoibeids into heallhy action, bv which the watci vol Cile.ircoils dep"intionx,nnd all unnatural enlargement are ledttcvd, a-i wi II as pain ami uill.imination. lleinbold's Ktt,ii t liuchtt h,ts cur, d eciy ease of Diabetes in which it has been gtvi u. lv litation of the Neck, of the bladder, and Iiillnm niation of the Kidneys, Ulceration or the Kid neys and bladder, lli tentioii of Urine. Disuses of the Prostate Gland, Stone in the bladder, Calculus, Gravel, brick-dust Di posit, and Mu cus or .Milky Discharge-, and tor enfeebled and delicate constitutions of both sexes, altimled with the following syintotns ; Indisposition to ICxeitlon, Loss of Power. Loss of J emorv. Dif. lieulty or breathing, Weak .Nerves, Trembling, 11.. r I. ,.., .... ... ".. ncuuy oi meatlilng, Weak .Nerves, Trembluii Honor of Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness i Yision, i'aiit in Urn back, Hot Hands, Plttshiii of the body, Di tu ssof the Skin, lluptii ncss oi lushing i tuition on the l'.tci'. Pal. id Countenance, Univers.il i.assnuoe oi tne .Muscular ssiem, Ac. lleinbold's Kxtract bilcliu is Diuretic and blood-Purifying, and curis all diseases arising fioni habits of dissipation, exces ,es aud inipru deuce in life, impurities uf tho blood, Ac, su perseding Copailm in affections or which it is used, such as (lonorrlnea, Gleets of long stand ing, and Syphilitic aiVictions- in those diseases, used in connoetlim with lleinbold's Hose Wash. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers i very where, beware of eountei feits. Ask for lleh'nbold's. Take no other. Piico -$1.2.i per bottle, or (! bottles for i(i.5!l. Delixeied to any address. Describe the symptoms in all eomiiiuiuca tious. Address 11. T. UKLMliOLb, Drug and Chem ical warehouse, 5U1 ilroadway, X. V. None are genuine unless done up in s'eel-in-graved wrapper, with fae-siiuile ot u.y I heuncal Wai chouse, and signed II. T. ULLMliOLD, dw- ;i-s Jackson's Catarrh Snuff AND TliOCllH IWDHK, a nia.KiiiTi'i'i. and riXAH.ivr iu.yi.nY in Catarri, Jfcadaehe, Jlad Jlrcuth, Jourscncss, Asthma, Jiron ehitin, Couflw, J)acf nom, iCc, And all Disordeis lesulting from COLDS in HI. All, 'I'lUtO.Vl' mul VOCAL OlUiANS. This lteniedviloes not IMIY I'P a Catarrh hut LOOSENS it; frees the head of all of fensive matter, ipiickly removing had breath and Headache; iillitys" andMioiln the luirii iii Iteiil iu Caturrh; is so inllil and agree, able in its effects that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING ! As a 'I'lochc 1'owili'r, is pleasant to the ta-.te,. and never nauseates; when swallowed ii, staidly gives to tho Throat and Yocal Organs a DKMCIOUS SENSATION of COOLNKSS. and COMKOKT. Is thu beslYoico Tonic in the world 1 Try II ! Sale, Hi liable, am! only :t. i i uU.. Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, address COOPKlt, WILSON A CO., dl'J2rt219-Cni Prop'ra, Philadelphia. At wholesale by all Patent Houses, and re tailed by druggists everywhere. Taientij-flre Years J'raeilee, In tho Treatment of Diseases incident to Po tnales, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all the physicians making wtich practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee, a speedy and perman ent euro in tho worst cases of Suppression and all other Mt'ithtriutl Jlerauyvmritls, front what etvr cause. All letters for advice must, contain $1. Olliee, No. !) L'lidieott Street, hostun. N. h. hoard furnished to thoso desiring to re main under treatment. hoHton. Julv. 1808. 220 lvrdiw Errors of Youth. YOUNG MKN tho expetience of years has) ileinoiistra'ed tho fael that leliancu can bo placed in tho clllcacy of HULL'S SPKGTI'IO PILLS For the speedy and permanent euro of Seminal Weakness, tho result of Youthful Indiscretion, which neglected, ruins tho liappiucs, and tiullts tho sufferer for business, social society or mar riage. They can bo used without detection or intciferenco with business pursuits. Price otto Dollar per box, or four boxes for three dollars. If you cannot procure theso pills, cneloso tho money to Dkyan A Co., CI Cedar Street, New York, and they will bo sent by return mail, wr.Li. hcai.i:d Privato circulars to gentle men sent free on application ; enclose stamp. 180eod-w218-ly TO FUMALBS. DK. FRUD'K MOIUtlLL, Physician and .Sur geon, gives oxclttsivo attention to Diseases of women, lie has made diseases of woman his study for tho pas.t twenty years. His practice has been ve.y extensive both in Hospital and iu privato practice. His reputation has vouchers in all tho eitv papers, hispationts, and tho medi cal profession, both hero and abroad, as being the most skillful specialist lure, and a thorough master of all sexual diseases. Dr. Morrill U admitted by tho best medical talent of tho country to havo no eotial in the treatment of Female. Complaints, anil it is no un usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac tice to recommend patients tohitn for treatment when aillieted with diseases iu his speciality. Ladies will receive the most bcieiilitlo atten tion, both medically and surgically, with private apartments during sickness, and with old anil experienced nurses, if they wish. The poor advised free ot charge. I'hysicians or patients wishing Ids opinion or advice, by let ter, and enclosing tho usual fee, will bo answered bv return mail. 'Medicines sent to all parts of tho country. Ofllee, No. 18 HOWAHD STUUKT, 2ll-ly lloatua Masa. Iiirormuitoii. 1NF011MATIOX guaranteed to produco a luxu liaul growth of hulr upon a bald head or a boardlcss face, also a recipe for tho remuval of pimples, blotchcn, eruptions, etc., on tho skin, leaving tho same suit, clear, and beautiful, can bo obtained without charge by addressing TTIOS. V. CHAPMAN, Chemist, lifi-ly 823 hroadway. Now York. rtANCElt, SCliOFULA, DYKPKPSIA, LIVEH J Complaint, lthimmatiain, Neuralgia, &c.j cured. A book of 100 pages, sent fire to inva lids. Address It. GKLr'NK, M. D,, U Teuuiln I'lure, Uutou,