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VERMONT DAILY T1UNSOIUPT. MAEOH 8, JL86f).
Vermont Daily Transcript, .ST. ALBANS, VT. Monday, March, 8, 1800. The Vnlte.d States District Court. Vo notice that quite a lively contest litis Hpruti up liohvcon the Windsor, Rutland, Montpciicr, and Jturlington papers, over the new term of the United States Circuit and District Court, which has recently heen esfnblisiii'il at Hurllng ton, l)y an net of Coimresa. These terms of Court have heretofore heen held at Windsor and Rutland alternately, and" the people of those places, Judging from their papers, feel aggrieved that IJur llngton should conic in for a i-hare of the honors and convenleiic.s. It seems to us that the Windsor and Rutland folic area little too selfish in this matter for their yood reputation in fair dealing; if they feel hateful, it would appear better for them, now that thething has become n fixed fact, to.-up-press tlieir exhibitionsof hostility. The peojleofthc State have a paramount interest in this matter; they are the ones to choose accommodations, and a the business of the Court originates chiefly in this Northern section, Ihirlington, perhaps, is the nu'st eligible point for the location. Heretofore it lias heen very expensive and burdensome for the parties inl ires ted to be compelled to go, with their at torneys and witnesses, to the south end to attend Court. Tlu people in this sec tion will be pleased with the arrange ment, but perhaps their convenience should not be consulted ; it really seems too bad that they are not to be discom moded to please Windsor and Rutland. Mr, Hoy in the Cars. Under this descriptive heading the Keening J'ost does justice to some of the railroad experiences of all travelers. Wonder if any of our young readeis have ever seen Mr. If Re careful you don't imitate him. We desire to sugget to persons of an inventive tur.s of mind, that some im provement in passenger cars is highly desirable. If there was a way possible of arranging the seats so that two per sons could not bo aecomnu dated or disaccommodated on each bench, a g'eat convenience would be gained, and many weak mortals would he saved from the temptation to hoggishiicss. Go into near now-a-daysj ten minutes before the train moves, and you will tin (I all the seats next the side of the car occupied, and the long range of in side seats vacant. Jones comes in with his bride a little too late, and has to put her next a stranger, who scowls at her if she looks a little faded, and odiously ogles her if she is pretty ; while Jones, full of disgust, must sit apart, and is lucky it he gets a place within sight of the " beloved object." Mr. II. travels nowhere in ptwtieular, but wc remember of seeing him a yea or two since, on the ears between E.-sex and St. Albans. When we took the 1 lie train at Essex, every seat in the ear was occupied with two in a seat, except one, where was Mr. II. alone; a large number were standing, f asked II. if the sent was occupied: he pointed ton satchel be3ide him and said it was. Others made an efllrt to obtain the seat with the name result. We climbed upon the wood-box and Dr. of Ma lone took a seat beside us. At Milton two ladies came in, and Conductor W. endeavored to obtain a seat for one of them -with Mr. II. but to no purpose; he replied to them the seat was occu pied ; other gentlemen gave them scats, and themselves remained standing. At Georgia, among others, the proprietor ot the "Green Mountain Renovator" came in and made a pass for the vacant seat. At first Mr. H. endeavored to keep him out; our Georgia friend proved to be too much for II ; removed the satchel and chucked himself in the seat beside him, to the great delight of all t lie passengers. Mr. II. was from Uos lon. Such is life. "Sterility Is Laid." We have received from Mr. John A. Riddle, Manchester, N. II., an agricul tural pamphlet entitled "Sterility is Laid." It gives what appears to be some very important experiments show ing the effect of dill'erent fertilizing matter upon vegetable growth. All ex traneous matter being absent, sand be ing used for soil, .pure chemicals for fer tilizers, nnd distilled water for irriga tion, the result was surely nnd directly traceable to the efleets of the fertilizers used. It is shown that hifuiiis vegetable mould muek)added,inany quantity, to soil containing no llme'wlll be without effect upon vegetable growth ; tho samo effect, or nearly so, if lime be added to soil containg no humus; while both be ing present tho crop will be largely augmented, the other fertilizing quali ties remaining the same. The absence of one of these may bo cause of failure in many instances where muck or lime alone is used by tho farmer. A practical adaptation of the princi ples elucidated by the experiments will enable the farmer to bo his own judge as to tho quality of any fertilizer which he may be desirous of purchashlng, in the market, as ho has only to take a sample of the fertilizer and test it with tho par ticular soil where ho desires to uso it. This test may be carried on in the win ter, thus : the soil and fertilizer, in suph proportions as he desires, may be placed In a flower pot or box, by the kitchen fire, the seed planted nnd tho growth of tho plant watched. Several pots or boxes, fertilized in dill'erent ways, the contrast of the growth of the plants will enable him to judge as to which is best for that soil, so that he can go forward uridcrstnndingly In hi" praetieal opera tions In the spring. It also gives a recipe for a rpce'ud ftr tilizcr for the potato crop, which has been found, in practice, to largely In crease the yield, and is thought, by fur ther experience and a proper manage ment of the ground, may lead to the en tire suppression of the potato disease, which lias done mi much damage to that crop In some localities, the past season. Exp'TlmcMts showing the effects of certain known causes upon vegetable growth, a.e always important. When a more extended ami general system of careful, practical experiments upon dif ferent soils and crops Is entered Into, and the best and most economical fertil izers for those soils and crops ascertain ed, agriculture will have made advance more in accordance with the mod -rn discoveries and improvements in other brfinehe of Industry. (iitii.VT Vnw. at Chicago. On the evening of flic oth a calamitous liie oc curred in buildings Nr.s. 41 to 17 Canal street. Eleven fiieiiien were on the roof when it gave way, four of whom named Charles Weitt, Geo. T.ergli, Thomas O'llrion, and Peter Morrctta, were killed. The others escaped. The buildings were occupied by a machine shop, planing mill, fcc, and owned by Wisdom & Lee, and valued at $40,000. Their lois is fully .-.-.0,000. The less ex ceeds 7o,000. Ri;v. W. 11. Milhuiix. An exchange says that this gentleman who has re cently returned to Paris, from llerlin, where he has been for a number of months, under treatment in the klinik oft lie celebrated Professor Von Graefe. He has bcen"uece.-sfully operated upon for artificial pupil; but a second opera tion, which is necessary to give him vision, had to be postponed for some months, on account of the iuflnmatiou which followed the th-t. ( 'tnnressioual. In the ."Vu.iii; on I'riday a le.-olutiou was adopted that the Secretary of State finish a li-d of acts passed by the last Congro-w. Mr. Sumner ollercd a joint resolution granting a pension to Mis. Lincoln, and asked for its immediate consideration. Rut Mr. Edmunds objected. In the House when the Cabinet ap pointments had been made, the House took a short recess. Upon re-assembling, the twenty-first District of Penn sylvania election case was re '.erred to the committee on elections, with in structions to report which of the two claimants has the prima facie right to tho seat. The question of the legal right of Georgia to representation in Congress was also refered to the eommitteo on elections. The House then proceeded to complete its organization by electing its officers, when the gentleman who served during last Congress in the respective positions of Clerk, Sergeant-at-Arms, Doorkeeper and Postmaster, were all re-eleeted. The remainder of the se.-sion was occupied in drawing for scats. Adjourned. VrV Heen Thinhing. ICe been thinking, Iv'o been thinking, What a gloroitiB world weie this, Did folks mind their business more, And mind their neighbor's loss ; For instance, you ami I, my friend, Aro s adly promt to talk Of matters that concern us not, And others' follies mock, lv'n been thinking, if wo begin To mind our own affairs. That possibly our neighbors might Contriioto manage theirs. Wo'vo faults enough at home to mend It may he so with other's ; U would seem fa trail go if it were not, Since all mankind aro brothers. Uh 1 would that we hud charity For every man and woman j " Forgiveness is tho mark of tho.") Who know "to err is human." Then let us banish jealousy Let's lift our fallen brother ; And as we journey down life's road, Do good to ono another. The Inauguration of Gen. Grant. .SCENES AND INCIDENTS. LlTJ'LE XIU.Lir. CIIDATKS A. SllNSATIOM. During tho delivery of the address, little Nellie Grant was lifted over tho shoulders of tho intermediate spectators and set down by the side of her father, where she stood sotno time unseen and unnoticed by him, but so smllling and hanny and brightly innocent, her pres ence seemed to lend a gleam of sunshine i to the scene, and the inc dent called forth many exorcssions of pleasure and , admiration. GRANT AT TllU WlflTE IIOUSIO. After the delivery of the address, Gen.1 Grant was driven to the White House. Ho was met at tho door by Gen. Sch ) field, Secratary of War, who had been left by Mr. Johnson in charge of tho Ex- ' ecutivo office. Vice-President Colfax also accompanied President Gaant to tho , Executive Mansion. The members of tho staff of Gen. Grant were all present. An immense multitude had congregated outside of tho gates of tho Exeeutivo Mansion, in the belief that there would bo a general reception, but tho President decided not to Jiaye ono that nfternoou. PEI'AKTUIinOP EX-I'KESIBENT JOIIN'SnX, Ex-President Johnson left the White House at noon. All the memoirs of his Cabinet accompanied him except Gen, Schotleld. As Sir. Johnson passed without the door, he said to the Socretn- ry Well s," 1 fancy I can already smoll the fresh mountain air of Teiinciste.'' Mr. Johnson's movement excited no curiosity, and he dropped into tooblivi-1 on ns a pig of lead would drop Into the . Pacl lie ocean. . a qmirr hmokk. On reaching the White House. Gen. Grant, with it number of intimate friends and acquaintances, including Viee-Prcs-! ident Colfax, proceeded to the Kxeutlvc I olllce, and had a quiet smoke. 1 1 is tin-! dcrstood that the cigars were a present fron Gen. Dulco, the. Captain-General; of Cuba. They wore made from tobacco I grown oti the vollero estate, near Havana. fWNT Hls.MARClC'S CONUUATULAT'ONF. Upon their entrance to the olllce, the following dcsnat.Mi was handed to Prel- il Mit ("rant : ( tig Cabh) Hum. in, March . Picrddent General Grant, White iloti-c, Washington, I). C. : My cordial congratulation on Milemn day. RlSM AttC'tv. what Ji.i'i'i:.vi:t) ai ii:h Tin: i'ioaii. (.rant did not dine at the White House. I lis pha'ton remained at the dcor and conveyed him home again after the quiet discussion of a cigar. Rcfore the arrival of the Presidential party, and after Mr. .lonnson h.id left tho olllce, tho scene appeared quite tle.-erted. None of the bustle and activity of anxious vis itors which had ohaiacterizid the sur roundingn for so long past were visible. The clerks and secretaries were all gone. A solitary messenger kept guard over t!ie President's olllce, and a stillness pervaded the scene. AtVlDKN r ro Wl Nl.tSAL lll'A.Vl'.S fatui:k. Piesiiieiit. Grunt's father met with a seveiv accident. He became sep arated from the President's party while on the platform, after the inauguration, and accosting Mr. Driggs, ex-member of Congie.-s from Michigan, asked him to conduct him out of the Capitol, saying that when he reached the grounds all would be right. Mr. Driggs replied that lie would accompany him, and proceed ed to conduct h'm out of the Jtotunda and through a private way on the cast side of tho Capitol. Mr. Grant withdrew his arm from that of Mr. Driggs, and readied it forth as if to guide himself by the wall down the stairs. Just at this time he made a misstep and fell hack wards down eight or ten of the stone steps, striking his head against them and badly injuring Ins riglil nip, anil sustaining ot'i.cr damage, Int breaking no bones. Mr. Driggs, with assistance, carried him ton private room and pro cured a stimulant, wlncli was adminis tered to the sufferer, and thru engaged a carriage and convoyed Mr. Grant to the President's private residence. lie ar rived there before Mrs. Grant and her child) cn returned from the Capitol. They had, they aid, looked all round for Mr. Grant, but somehow In tho crowd missed him. Mr. Driggs wai informed there was no need to send for a physi cian, as there was one in the house;' ji . , f TKUKini.r. Scj:nk at an K.'ie'rj(ox. Four negroes named Wm. Wilson, F. Rounds, AVm. Wells and George 'Bailey, were hanged at Princess Anne, Md.,on (lie of h ins'., for the mm dor of B. J Johnson and Henry Canon, the Captain and Mate of an oyster sloop, in March, 18(i8. Each of the prisoners confessed his guilt. Rounds and Wells died in stantly, JJnilty in a few seconds, and Wilson's neck did not break. He groan ed and Etruggled horribly. He got the rope off his hands and legs, and caught hold of a strand of Hounds' rope, and then of his own rope, by which he drew li.insclf up to the scaffold again. The jailor ascended, tightened the nooe, and pushed the wretched man off, jerking tho rope violently as he fell. 'i e vic tim continued to struggle for five min utes, some of :lie crowd yelling " Unit's right, you ought to suffer." The execution occupied 45 minutes. There were from -1,000 to J "i.O'M spectators pse-ienl. Ttll'jsKV'S XlNTU Sln-AS.Nl'Alj LlT- ti;u-a-i:y Uin'OKT. 1'eb. 18, my brood sow, Topsey, dropped IS line pigs, all living now and active. .She lias had nine litters numbering in all one hun dred pigs. She has had nine litters numbering in all one hundred pigs. She has had nine litters numbering in all living now and active. She was four years old last March, is a thoroughbred Chester County White and the boar that sired the pi'.'s is an imported Chester County White. When any of your reader shall have a brood sow that beats Topsey in proli liencss, plea.e report the fact in your columns and oblige, Yours &c., Calvin Ccttiu!. Warren, Mass., J-'eb. 120, ISO!). THE GRECIAN REND. Throw up tho chin and out the chest, Assume the form of the letter S; Like a kangaroo your arms extend, And then you'll have the Grecian Jic..;l, A splendid display of lire works has been arranged in tho hereafter for the benefit of people who fail to pay the printer. A highly intelligent lady, a resilient of Syracuse, N. Y., says slio.was allliet ed nearly a year periodically, with de rangement of tho circulation, tho blood rushing to the lungs with such forco as to threaten congestion nnd death. This was attended with tho most intense pain in all parts of the body. Failing to ob tain relief from any of tho physicians whom she employed from time to tune, he was induced to try the Plantation Bitters, uul to her surprise and joy thoy have- relieved her, and she is now in good health nnd flesh. Mauxoma WATint. Superior to the l. '-.t imported German Cologne, and mid at half the price. d it w. Petroleum V. Nasby terms Rarrctt's Vegetable Hair Restorative tho " Foun tln uv Yuth," and his In not tlio only instance where it has "made tho old man young again," It is warranted in every ca--c to restore the hair to Its natu ral c .lor, nnd is a beautiful dressing Wlading Intelligencer, d&w That Iron Is valuable a a medicine hat long been known, but It isonly since the preparation of it In the particular form of Peruvian Syiup was tllseoveied fiat its full power over disease ha been brought to light, ltsellect in cases of dyspepsia and debility Is mo-t salutary. w tone in uie parts concerned in its evacuation. t "... i . J. ! The remedy has also lacn it commended in Djs i I UU,UUU Ll VGS LOS I I l,l,l'--i''. Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous AllVe ti :i ' I'l' l-i tin Ui t'l T O B A C C O . slt V'Ui Hum" and n-toic onr health, by UMiif.' !'!. Ilj ill's Antidote fur Tobacco. This is , lot a tul stiiui' but n fir c lor Smoking, Chcw ' i:ig. and Miutl'-tiil.ing lVw p. rsmis arc auare J of the teinlilc t licet h of thy noxious weed on the i Irnniin Hi-trm. Dyspepsia, Headache, Dist a i I of the f.ixer. Sallow Coinpleion, Costiveiie- of i the Hotels, t.o-H of M' nion and other di-ca-M i me the anliclions brought im by its Use. The . Antidote is purely viget.il.le and harmless. It , nets lis ft tollif on the sxslt in, purifies the blood. 1 1 . .. .I.. . .. . .1... . .1. . I .1..... ... ..1 .1 1 1' I 'U.I I Ml '11 ;i (ill CO 1 1 I ' oi'i I I lie ll ill I ie-1 i." I Simples to nt lii b r Si i cents si! jier doi ii. Ad Ircm M. .1. im II St! ! tuino.i St.. . fsiCJIT'm M A LECTURE TO YOUNG- MEN" .In.-t Piiblislu d in a Sealed envelop' . Vtiiellct.- AblX'TUJtK on tin Nature. Treatment and ltadical Cure of .Speruiiitoirluca or Seminal Weakness. Involuntary i'lUiissions, Seual De bility, and Impediments to marriage generally ; KtrMiusiiens, Coiisumplioii, Kpilcpsy, and l-'its ; Mental and Physical Incapacity, result in,1' from Kcll-Alnise, t: liv JIUlil'.li T J.l'U l.V liliw I'ljlj. M. 1).. Author of the " (ir. t n llook.Wc. The world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, ideally pioxes tioiu his own expenence that the mtfnl eoiiKeouenees of self-Abuse may be ellectuallv iciiioM'd without medicine, and without d.iUKi rons surgical operations, bougies, instruments, nut's, or annals, pointing out a mode of euro at once ccituiu and ell'estual. by which every sull'eivr. no nmtscr what his con dition mav'bc, niuj euro himself cheaply, pri vately ami radically. This Lecture w ill prove r. boon to thousands and thousand". Sent under seal, to any address, hi a plain. scaled envelope on the lcc.oipt of sk cents, or two postage stainpi. Also, nr. uinvcrweii s " Mnrrinet' flulde.' price 'J."c. Address tho Publishers, (.'HAfc. .1. ('. KL1NK A CO., l'J7 1'iov.erv, New York, t'osl Dlllce 12ox !,.".Sl "It "Works like Charm , ILne ou Headache': bse Iteiine's .Magic Oil Have tun Toothache V I'sc Kenne's Magic Oil Hum- Mill Neuralgia Y Uso Iteiine's Magic Oil Have yon liheumatism V Use ltenne's Magic Oil IlaM' Vou Houi Throat '! Use ltenne's Magic Oil lime inn Sciatica Y Use Uenne's Magic Oil Have vou a l'.ruiM' ' I -e lb nne s Jlagic Oil Have vou Cramps: Ue llenu'-'s Magic Oil Haw you Clm!. Morbii-.? Use ltenne's Magic Oil ll.l vo you LaiiieiiessY U-e Uenne's Magic Oil This is the best I'amilv remedy, to e ire all IJl'diiifjOin. vou ecr tried. H is clean, safe and delicious to iw and if vou u.e it faithfully, tt will do you good. Directions on eivdi bottle. Buy it of the Drug L'ist or Merchant where vou trade. If they have not got it on hand (hey will send for it, at your leiiuest. and sell vou the genuine ltenne's Pain- ll ...!.. M.l'..i Jl... I'.... I i JVUllllg -Hllgie i'u. ;u uie 111.11011.011:11-1 i'u-t price at retail. WM. ItHUN'K, Sole 1'iopi i i"tur and Manul'.ic tnier, J'ittsll. hi. .vias. hold in St. Albans by all Ding ists, Weeks A Itt'Viiold.'. liroc. 1-. In Swan! n Falls bv I). T. Moisill. ia:ll-l.v-aov. Amoie.' tile manv lestoiatives which nature hasi upplied to relieve the afllicti ins of humau it, tin le i.- no more f.iv nitc one for a ceitain class of disi'.i.-es than the 'medieinal guin"uf tin Willi Cluriy Tree; but houtn.-r Miluable it is, iiii p, i.i cr to heal, to soothe, to ivlieie and to cure, h cnhauiid tenfold by scientillc and Judi cious combination with other ingredients, in tholiiM-hes ofctpul worth. This happy niinglin exists to u it-maii.able degice in !). WlsJnrV Itiil-noi iif W!hl 1'ln i-i y, wlioi ahie incuiing 'itti'jli.', 'ViMs, P.runvhith, II lit),!iti Oiwjh, r,-o(-, ..(ltiitii, Pulmonary . t'litill, ilnil lllt-iili ,ll (i:)?itiij'ltiti i- inesi- m.ible. J.'iini: !. H. s:fl, Kmi., I'lincip.d of the St it.- Normal School of Vermont Johnson, Vt., Jan. :!0, 1HW Messrs. Si. ill W 1'irtvi.i: A Sox. llovio.v. Oi'.n-ii.i.mkn -1 can nio-t cheei fully tecum mend Wistau's D.m.s.vm or Wild Ciinutv as a safi' and eflicent remedy tor ( iwijh. o'(., li c'mVi ,iisin.u.!!t)i, Ac. 1 hale often used it lnvsolt' and iccommendcd it to my ftii mis, wit h the most satisfactory results. Yours mo-l truli', S. 11. I'KAliL. Johnson, Yt., April 1, lfllll. iiiniiiL' bi i ii 1 1 onbleil villi llroiielulis lor sev eral vcars, attended with a cough, occasionally ipiito seveie, I at length saw Dr. VVis-iwn's wi or Wild Ciimtitv atlvertised as being a sine cure. 1 was then lore induced to try it, and de live much relief from it, especially when mj comilr.int is utti nded with a cold. It hccms to 1)0 llie oniv jiauiii iiitoicmc inai iciieies iii.i coilgli at all, Mits. Ii. '. MUltltlAM. I'rcpaied bv SICTH W. I'OWLi: A- SON, 18 Tremont St., ISoston, and fm-salo by Druggists generally. GRACE'S CEXEBIIATED SALVE cures in a very fchort time t'ul-i, Itiiinx, St-ultls, AViiiiiiiIs, llrnl.rs, Spriilns, Kryhijit-liis, Suit Itlieuni, It togwoiiii, Cltuppii! Iluiitlx, II. ills, Pi'ozcn iiimliM, l-'rlons, ( hlllilalm, S:c. It in prompt in action, removes jialu at once, and rcduccb thu most angry looking swellings and iullammations, an if bv magic thus afford ing relief and a complete cure. SKTII V. VOWL1-: A SON, lloston, i'roprietor. Sold Iiy all UiUL-wisli-, tiionrs, and at all countrv stoivs, 237-1 1,000 MEN AY ANTED, B50 im:u wi:i:k pmnt on x, capital. S'lmethiii!' entirely new. Send for cir ;ircular and tcnus. No gift enterpiize or bum. bug. AddrcsM..I Yuniell, t' I amion St, N. . fsir.'17-yiu 13 1'. O. Try a bo of 1'ii'iu.d'n Mantaln Ointment.' Tho bctt i .. vo in thu World. Talcti no other, but insist on having this, l'oi i:lo bv nil Druggists and Countrv Dealers. D J. W. I'OLAND.s Manufacturer. Ii ANTS AND VLST.S, for Fall and Winter .go to WM. N. 83111 H, .V COM. GLOYE.S of all Minis just rqceiicd at YM, N. S3UTU A CO'H. SI'liClAL XOTICK 23 "U a 52 U (Funn Dispensary or the United States.) Diosma Crcnata, Buclm Leaves I'ltipiill.. Their odor is strong, tlltVusite and wiiik what nrntuati.-. their t a t bilti'Hsh, and analogou to mint. I Ati-diml I'tiipt i (l ami it; . pnehu i leaves are gently stimulant, with a piciili.w i t- ndeiicj to the 1'iinavy Organs, They are ghen in complaints ot the t'linarv ; Organs, such a Hrnvcl, Chronic Cat.irih f the bladder, Miirbiil tiritation of tho Dladder and Kntha, Disease of the l'rostaWlland, and lit ' tention or incontinence of t'ritie, from a loss ol Htlmbold's I'.xtracl lluchu is used by pirsnns from the age of is to '25, and from :!3 to fi3, or in the decline or change of life : niter Contlne mi nt ' r Labor Tains : Ucl-Wetting in cbil. dreii. lu ull't etions pi i'iiiiar to females, the Kitrnct Uuchii i uiieipialli d by an other remedy, as in Chloroi, or Customary i'.vacuiitlons. Ulcerated or Schirrolis sl.ite of tin t 'terns. Leucliorrhca, or Whites. DlM'itsrs i.l" I In liliiililir, ICIiIikj-., (iin vt'l, it ml Diiipsttiil MMflllii(;s This medi cine increases the )iowcr of Digcslion, and in cites the Absorbents into healthy action, bv wh.fh the watery of Calcaieous depositions, ami allunnnturid etilargtmenls are veduced. a t well as pain and inH.mimn.tian. llembold's I'.Mract lluchu has cur, d cverv case of Diabetes in wldch il lias been kiwii. lr litation of tho Neck, of the llladder, and Inllani inatioii of the Kidneys, Ulceration of tin- Kid nes and llladder. Itetcntiou tif Urine. Di-' uses of the Prostate (Hand, Stone in the llladder, Calculus, Oravel, llriclv-dusl Deposit, and Jin run or .Milky Discharges, and for enfeebled ami delicate constitutions of both sexes, attended wun im' following -ytntoms ; liulispontiou lo Kxcltion, Loss of i'ower, Loss of J emorv, t)if llculty of Jireathing, Weal; Nci ves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Hack, Hot Hands, Flushing of the liody, Druiessof the Skin, i.'iuption on die Face. Unhid Countenance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular system, A c. llembold's Kxtrarl llueliu is Diuretic and Hlood-l'urifyiug, and cures all diseases arising ft om habits of dissipation, excesses and impru dence iti life, impurities of thu Mood, Ac, su perseding Copaiba in affections .or which it is used, such as llonorrhiua. Ollcetn of lonir stand ing, and Syphilitic nr.'ections-in those diseases, used in connection with Kenibold's Itose Wash. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers evcivwheie. Ilewaro of counterfeits. Ask for llelliihold's. Take no other. Piice -fl.25 per bottle, or 0 bottles for fO.flll. Delivered to any address. Describe the symptoms in all communica tions. Address 11. T. 11KLM110LD, Drug and Chem ical warehouse, fi'Ji liroadway, N. Y. None are genuine itnlcsH done up in s'cel-eii-graied wrapper, with fae-simile ot my Chemical aiehoiisn, .U,1 signed II. T. HF.LM1IOLD. ilw-l'oo-S Jackson's Catarrh Snufl' AM) TROTH K I'OWDKIt, 1 lim.HIIUH I. 1XD l'l.ElSANl' lll'.JlUIV IN Catarrh, Jfcadache, Jiad Breath, lloarsevcs, Antana, Hron ehitiH, Coughs, Darf new, Ac, And all Disordeis resulting from COLDS in II HAD, 'I'llKOAT ami VOCAI. OIKJAXS. 'J'his llemedv does not IKY UP a Catarih but 3GOOSEMS it; frees the head of all of fensive matter, quickly removing Had llrcatli and Headache; nlliiyi andsotitlis the luiilt lun !tcii( in Catarrh; is mi mlltl aiid ugi-cc. ii Site in its elfccts that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING ! Ah a Tioche Pimdrr, is pleasant to the taste, and never nauseates; when swallowed instantly giics to the Throat and Vocal Organs a DKMCIOFS SrXSATIOX or. COOLNESS ami C0MF0KT. I.i the lust Yoico Tonic in the world! Try il I Ma If, it I liable, inn! only .'." ten Is Sold by DtuggisN, or mailed free, addreri- COOl'KI!, WILSON A CO., dl!i2wJl'.l-llni 1'iop'rs, l'hiladelphia. At wholesale b all Patent Housei, and ro- lailtil by tlruggi.-ts everywhere. Tirenfg-jTre fears 1'rucltcc In the Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe male.-, has placed Dr. Dow at the head of all th physicians making such practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent cure in'the worst cases of (siquirrxfian and all other Miw-lrmu DerannvMenls. irom mint crtr r(tuft All letters for advico must contain 1. Ollicc, No. y Fndicott Street, lioston. N. Ii. Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treat mi nt. Huston. Julv. V'J0s. n) lvrtUw Errors of Youth. UVAll Jir.ft the experience ol years lias JL demonstraed the fact that reliance can be placed in the efficacy of I'.F.LL'ri .SPJXTl iC PILLS For the speedy and permanent euro of Seminal Weakness, the result of Youthful Indiscretion, which neglected, ruins tho hnppines, nnd unfits tho siilVerer for business, social society or mar riage. Thev can bo used without detection or intcifeivncc witli businc'-s piusuits. Pnei one Dollar per box, or four boxes for three dollars. If iou cannot procure tlicno pills, .nelosethe money to Huyax A Co., 01 Cedar Street, New York, and they will be scut by return mail, w r.l.i. .sr.l.i:i) Private circulars to gentle men sent I ret on application ; encioso stamp. lH'Jeod-w218-lv TO rEXiTAIiES. T"l!. l'UHD'K 3I011I1ILL, PhyBician and Sur- U gcon, gives exclusive attention lo iJiaeasoH of women, lie has uiado diseases of woman his study for tho past twenty years. Ilia practico nas oeeii ic.y exiensn u iiuiiini iiospitai unit in private practice. His reputation has votichorH in all tho city papers, his patients, and tho medi cal profession, both hero and abroad, an being tho most skillful specialist hi re, and a thorough muster of all sexual diseases. Dr. Jlorrill is1 admitted by tho best medical talent of the country to have no equal in the treatment of Femalo Complaints, audit is no un usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac tice to recommend patients toluni lor treatment when artlieted with diseases in his speciality. Ladies will receive the most scientific atten tion, both medically nnd surgically, with private apartments during sickness, and' wilh old and exiiericnced nurses, if tjicv wish, The po&r advised frcu of charge. Physicians or patients widiing his opinion or uihice, by let ter, and enclosing the usual fee, willbe answrrcd by return mail. 3Itdiciie sent to all iiurts of the countrv. Oilier-, No. 18 HOWAlD STUKKT, Hl-Lv lloston 31ass. i iiroi'uiui inn. 1 NFOHMATION guaranteed to product! a luxu I riant growth ot hair upon a bald head or a beardless face, al-o a rccipo for tho removal of ..! . - 11. f llllliptCH, UllUUJlfH, t-i uptiuus, etc., Uil till' SK1I1, leaving the samo soft, clear, and beautiful, can bo obtained without chargo by addressing i juim. r. 1'iiAi'jiA.N, i;iicmist. GiMy 823 Hroadway, Now York. r'lANCKIt, SCTtOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER J (kimplalnt, llheuniatlbm, Neuralgia, Ac.j cured. A Hook of 101' pages, hent free to inva lids. Address R. GREENE, 31 D 10 Tt niiHc IMittt. Utiktun, SUW A D VEIl'l ISKMKXTS. Old Established Hospital ! ox thk vnv.mi nyktum. (Jsiifk Cuios uiKt Limv I'rit'vh. '20,000 Pnllenls Cured Annuall. nil. J. ILIiLI.lt COHlillllt s sUect'Msfulil ro., si'lteil on all bums of private diseases, at his old Kstablished Hospital. No 3 Heaver si Alkui.v, New Yoik, Twenty vears devoted to Ids one particular blanch of practic , eiinbh s , hinito pc riot in cures such as no other I'livticl., i, can, f.inl his facilities aro such (being in corr.-n. poiidcnei' with tin. mosl eniminent plivsiciuna ; or 111" Old World.) of obtaining tho safest as well ns the lattst teme.li s fur these diseases onrinihici.iuei!lsto tie- iniroi t'itiatt , of u qui.'L and rapid cute, to be ..l tamed at no other ott'ict in Vineiica. InSiphi'.is, Ooiii.rihu a, liliet, Strictuit, l'n l.irgiiiciit ortlnTe-ticles aiidSperni iticCliordH Hiibo. I lecratud Throat, Sore Nopc, T'ender nlnu Hones, Cutancoits U.ruiitions, llilc.t, Ulcers, Ab sccsst s, and ..11 oilier impurities of the system are perfectly under the control oftho Doctors Medicines, and hale be. t. ttuted in more Ih u I!t),in:i enses aiuiuallv, with immense utetess OVS MKN. laVoiuig Men addicted to srcn t habits, who haie impaittd their health amd destioved thu vigor of their minds, thus depriving tliemsclvih ot the pleaures of tho Muriied Life, ait uotilii-d that in consulting D.. .1. Tellff, thrv will find a frii'iid to console, and a Plivsielan who has cut -t ed thousands in almost cverv pait of 'he United ; States, who applied to Dr. T., broken down m heaUh. now rejoice in all that niakou life tlcsiia- bio and man happy. The render i of course a ware, thp.t the delicacy of this subject, will pre vent a mon minute iir.nT-ti-ii;.,i ..fit.... i.H.t.i - .......... ... i in-, i.-oiya lllSI Use, Dli. TLLLLll'S tiltl.AT WUItK. A Hook for everybodi Startling dlselostllts Dr. Teller's great woik for tho .Married or those contemplating 3Iarriat;e-i!()J pages full of Plates -price 25 cents. 'Sent to all parts, iindi r beal, by mail, pod paid. flO.im:) -opici sold the i)iD.I year The Single, .Married, and Jlarrii 1 i .v j. i. iio,. .Hi i.oie, or noiv in cuoosc la Pnrtliir :i complete woik on Midwifiv It coutunis hundred of secrets, never befort' pub lishtd. Win ranted to be worth three times the amount asked for it. 23ctsin specie or postage stamp, inclosed, v. ill secure a opv bv icturii mail. Dr. Teller has devoted a lifetime to the euro of tho-ie diseases upon which his book treat s TO THK LADIF.H. Dr. .1. TKI.LKIl still retains the oulv Agen. i in Amcrie.1, for the sale of Dr. Yichol's Italian Femalo .Monthly Pills. Tho salo oftnoro than -0.0IK1 boxes esiibhshes their reputation ns a fo imiloremedy, Hiiajinroiiehed, .mil far in adiance of t iery othnr medicine. CJMlu, ""'., 'eeciptof$l,00 (tho pi ice tier box,) these Pills will be sent bv mail or t xtucss, to ,i:n pari of the world. N. H- -Pei-MitH at a di-i tuee e.iu bo cured at home by addressing a letter to Dr. J . Teller, en closing a remittance. .Medicines sccnrelv pneU od fiom obscriatioti, mmiI to am part 'of th world. All cu'-os warranted. Xo'chargo for atl vice. N. U. -No students ortois cuiidove I notice this. Addrc-s all letters to .L TLLLHll, 31. 1;.. 2.)0-t-l 3 lioaver Street, Albany, N. Y. Goldsmith & Seavey, General Insurance Agents, mrii'i i.n GADCOMB'S BUILDING, JVO U TJJ MA IX ,sv. , sr. A lii a xk, I v. .UiKNCY OF Till: ii02iir,LAHD nna ins. co. OF Ni:w YOHK. CASH sUT.s, ii,:,2...m'D WIAOAIliiL FIRE INS. CO. NUW YOllK. cash assf.TS; ti,.ino.(.nn SPIlINOriELD V. fit Iff. MT6. CO. SPKINOITKLD. MASS. CVSM ASSFiS, PJiiii.cOil HANOVER riRE IKS. CO. NF.W YOIili. CASH AmmI'.J'S. l,liil,omi OEUMANIA riltE INS. CO. NEW YORK. CASH ASSETS, il,iHui,OHI. ALBANY CITY 1'IRE INS. CO. AL1JANY, N. Y. CASH ASSETS, f.'un.oiM) MASS. MUTUAL LIFE IKS. O. SPRINOFIELD. CASH ASSETS, f2,r.0i),(l(ni All policies in this Co., non-forfcitable he Laws of the State. Diiidciids annually on the contribution plan after two payments. Particular at tention gii en to insuring prop ci ty in ADJOINING TOWNS, such an 3IANA FAOTUHINO F.ST A I'.LISl 1 31 EN TS , STORES, 3IERCHANDISE, Yill.ige and Town property. Ac. All coiiiiuiiiiicatioiis by limit will leceive Diompt a. tention. GOLDSMITH A SEAVEY. S, K. (lOI.D.SMll'll. 21Ctf i. 31. SK.VVI.1. What's in a Name ? SOU TH MAY DS PURE CONFECTIONERY. THE REASON WHY ! 11. L. SAMSON & Co. "I J UliCIIASK their Confectionery .not uf South .1. mayd A- Co., but of th e samo parties they (Stiuthniayd A Co. purchase, of, in lloston anil New York, and therefore, can supply tho trade a cheap as Sotithmaytl A Co., and that's what's tho matter. 2M1 II. L. SAMSON & Co. Moat Market Sold Out. IJTAYINU sold in) m.at market on I.akofiitreet, LI H. IV. iia Mi will carry on tho same. for tho liresent as agent. 3Iv books will bo left with Geo. Y. Hall until tho 2Uth of 3Iarch 1809, who will attend tothn bcttling.of accounts, after which, they will he left iith an attorney for collection tr U W, BALL