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VERMONT .DAILY TRANSCRIPT. MARCH 11, 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALHANS. VI1. TllUHSDAY, MAUCH, U, lSGil. The Pardon for Martin. The ease of Martin, the defaulting Cashier of the Hide k Leather Bank of Boston, is exciting considerable ntteii i.. tt cnMnc dm iw of the Itwt acts of Ami - Johnson was to sign a pardon , which was nlaecd in the hands lands of Col. Johir-on, Martin's Council at A ington but tliesam evening, by request, the pardon was returned to the Attor ney General, who sent It to Mar-dial Andrews of Boston. Before the pardon had been served upon Martin, a telegram from Secretary "Wrshb me ordered Its return to Washington "if it had not been s'l-ved." The Boston Jonrwd in com menting on the ease, says: " A pardon Is like a deed goo.l for nothing unless d.Miveivd to and accept ed by the defendant. Martin's Coun.-el claims that delivery to Col. Johnson, defendant's council, at a unnton, was sufficient delivery to Mart In. But the government say not and lurther that the laniruage of of the pardon is too narrow to cover any olleiiee with which Martin slainln charged upon the record. . ,, , . , The case must have a full hearing be fore the Circuit Court, and will prove oi c of the most interesting of its kind. The counsel lor Mr. Martin, it is said, claim that Attorney General Av ails recommended his pardon, and as-bir-n us a reason' for no communication taking place witli the IVistrict Attorney (Mr. llillard)as is usual in such mat ters, that there was noi sufficient time. The condition of the cic-o at present is this: Martin was convicted on the 8th of October last, when his counsel liiiino diatelv filed in court a motion to arrest judgment, based on certain informali ties and irregularities in the Indictment, and also on the ground that the trial had proceeded during the ab.-enceot the defendant. This motion was argued shortly alter the trial before Judge Clif ford and Judge Lowell, who still hold the matter under advisement. Is o opin ion is expected until the return of Judge Clifford from Washington, in May. Meanwhile, Martin, thiough the inter vention of relatives in Baltimore, se cured the assistance and co-operation of the Marylan I Senators, by whose influ ence the pardon was obtained on the od of March, as before slated. The docu ment, unlike all other pardons, was not engrossed on parchment, but was writ ten on a sheet of ordinary letter paper, with tlie signatures crowded in at the bottom, some of them be'ng difficult t., decipher. Diiun Hunting Out or FkasuN. The Malone Palladium says: "A re markable case of deer hunting out of sea son occurred in Duauc a few days since With the snow about four feet deep, with a heavy crust, a young lad by the name of Selkirk thought it a good time to go out for a hunt. Taking his lath er's Kim, and stutUng the muzJo with a rag to keep out the snow, he started for the woods, and after wandering about for some time came upon a large doe The boy tried to get the rag out of his gun, but found it had got wet and lro .en in. Intent upon killing the deer, he brought his piece to his shoulder and fired. With the charge went about 10 inches of the gun barrel, and tint was the last knowledge the boy and the deer had of each other for a long time. In the course of an hour, the boy began to collect his senses, and was not a little astonished to find himself alive and the deer dead, as all others will bo who read the account of this youthful Ninirod. We believe the lad is likely to recover without serious difficulty. New IlAMi'smitn Ki.ixtion. The election in New Hampshire, on Tues day, for members of Congress, State offi cers, and members of tlie Legislature, pas?ed off quietly, and resulted in a Ite publlean victory. Onslow Stearns has a majority of from :!,500 to :t,000. The present members of Congress, Messrs. Ela, Stearns, and 15cnlon, are also elec ted by large majorities. Tlie Governor's Council will stand the same, politically, as at present four Republicans and one Democrat. Tlie councillors elect are: Hon. Moses Humphrey, of Concord, lion. Charles Jones, of Milton, Hon. Moses A. Ilodgdon, of Weare, Hon. Samuel W. Hale, of Keene, and Hon. Nathan II. Weeks, of Woodstook. Mr. Weeks Is the opposition member. Congressional , In the Senate, on Tuesday, Mr. Mor ton introduced a bill to prohibit tlie sale of gold by the Treasury, which was re ferred to the committee on Finances. In the House. Mr. Schenck ofiered jcsolutlons as follows, which wero seve rally adopteil ; lor a select commmeo of nine to provide for taking tlie next census; for a select joint committee on retrenchment, to be composed of four members of the House and four members of the Senate ; and the committee on tlie Pacific Itailroad shall heroalter consist of fourteen members and tlie commit tors on nntcntsof nino meinbors. Tho House proceeded at 3 o'clock to call the States and Territories for bills and resolutions. Under the call bills and resolutions were introduced ami dlspns nf ns follows : By Mr. lloutwell, a resolution for tho . i ..1 ' L Hi .... appointment oi seiece I'wiuiim on iw construction, toconslst of thirteen mem hers, under same rules and regulations as governed the proceedings of recon struction committeo of last Comrrcss, and that all documents and resolutions before that committee be reterreu to it ; liy lr. lUillor, of Mats., ii 1,111 to re- )-.c.il the Tenure of Onicc Act of thoL'iid I Match, 1SU7. lie moved the previous, ! question on its imswiRO. The previous question was pceontled, and hill passed, vosih MI2, nays 10. i il! M..,... ('... ill. and Wlllaril of Vermont. Adjourned. AIIIOUK nil" ll.l vf Wl'if onum , ISailroad Mrvltuu at Portland .... I . ... I t !..! 'run i.i'.iiui.ii'ir , r ii'hi I r'r 1 1 ft- in in lilt . j'.. i it4 readers that "our railroad friends re- turned from their Portland trip yester- day Monday) in excellent spirits "The loi.owingaee.miuo! u.emm ., the Portland Daily Press : A vorv bum- and enthusiastic mc.-timr ! of gentlemen connected with the Port- land nnd Ogd. nslmrgn mm road was i held vesteidav, at 10 o'clock, at the Com- liall V S Olliee, over uie rust iiu iinui Bai.k, and continued tlirougiioiu nu dity. The railroads mentioned below were represented by the following gen tlemen : Lamoille Valley Uailrwnl. Waldo llrigham, President, II vdepnrk, t. ; KairbanUs, .las. ). Jien.J.ii. ueorge, (). Abell. Geo. W. Ilendee, i,. M. Knight, H. S. Iteed, I). ). Weed, (). S. Hixford, A. I. .lewe't. ua r . i;eau, wi- rectors. Monlpclirr a id ,St. Jotn .-fntrj nun nail. Horace Fairbanks Piesidenl ; Win. B. Hatch. Calvin Morrill and .lon- at linn Itoss, St. Johnsbury, Directors. h'xxer Co. Jlailmad. Same icentlemen as mentioned in the Montjielier and St. Johnsbury. J'orlland. Wide Mountains ana U- dcmbnrn Jia'droad. J. 15. Sumner, Dal- ton ; Ossian Hay, Lancaster; T. oicolt, tonwav; C. Hartshorn, Littleton, X. II. ; Jl. KairoaiiKs, m. .lonnsoury, i. ; Diicctors ; G. A. Bingham, Clerk. Also coining from Littleton, Joiin Tarr andG. 15. Beddington. Marsh, rresiilent, White .Monti- tain Bailroad. The mcetlnir was a purely business meeting without any of tlie feasts or junketings tnat usually accompany sih ii occa ions, it was exc euingiy nanito- nious and satislaetory, and incisures were adopted with entire unanimity which will ensure the commencement of work nlomr the on'.iie lines at no dis tant day. Many of the members, trans ictcd their business, and left in the or. M. train lor Boston. I'l.MICIItATION FltOM NllVA SCOTIA. A Nova Scotia paper chionieles the depar ture from New Glasgow of about 20stal wart youii'f men for California, and in regard to emigration fro.n that Provin c to the Cnited States, says : They go to -weH the ranks of Nova Scothns already in the Great itcpublic, to add their quota to (lie wcal.h, and to assist in developing the resources of the United States, to become (as their action already shows) advocates of annexation. Since confederation was consummateil, we venture to siy that more of our young population have gone to the Uni ted States than in any previous 10 years of our history. The seiui-monarchial institutions under which we are retro grading all'ord no encouragement to our young men to remain at home, conse quently they go where enterprise is en couraged, labor remunerated, and merit rewarded. The only remedy is annexa tion to the United States Mr. Star iri'a letter of liesitpiati n. On Tuesday. Mr. Stewart sent the following letter of resignation to Presi dcut Grant, which was accepted: Washington, D. C March !), 1800. To (lie President : Silt Appreciating the high honor conferred by your nomi.iatiou and the unauiinous coiii'irmation by the Senate of myself to the office of Secretary of the Treasury, 1 regret that circumstances beyond our control compel me to de cline. Could the difficulties presented by the provision ol tlie act ol ib'J which in organizing the Department of tho Treasury Proliant tlie secretary from being directly or indirectly con cerned or interested in carving on busi ness of trade of commerce, be overcome by any reasonable sacrifice personal tc nivscll. 1 would willingly make it. would promptly transfer to the hands of gentlemen in whom the public havo lull confidence, every interest in gains and profits that could possibly accrue to myself In the business of my house dur ing my official term, to bo applied to such public chanties as their judgment shou d dictate, and have proposed and sought by the execution of appropriate Instruments to accomplish mat una. Jsu serious ditrorences of opinion have been expressed as to whether that course would satisfy the requirements of the law. althou h 1 will not hesitate to make this appropriation, provided it would en ible me accept office, and thus unite inv ellorts with your own and those, nf t toother members ol your uaoi not in lestoring oconoiny, honesty and strict frugality in the administration of tlie Government, ana nit as rapiuiyas practicable from t 10 people the great burdens of taxation, ueui ana exirava fiinco resting upon them. Yet the hnslness relations of my firm In its con ncctiou with others largely interested in their continuance are such that they cannot bo severed summarily, nor can mv interest n it be wholly nnu abso lutely disposed of without producing irrofif embarrassment and loss to those with whom I have been connected. I cannot consent to enter upon the administration of the laws by any act or course that may bo construed into a disregard or violation of law; and while, theref ire, I regret that tlie plan proposed is deemed inade quate to relieve mo from technical disa bilities, I yield to tho better judgment of others rather than seem to bo willing to accept a position in disrespect to the lawn, in finally renewing tho declina tion which was tendered at the outset of these objections, I repeat to you Mr President, my thanks for tho honor done mo in oilering this high position, and assure you tiiat yen will have my car nest efforts to sustain your administra tion in carrying out tlio wise and salu tary measures indicated by you in en tering upon your office, Sinccrley your fiiend, ALEX. T. STEWART, T.nlrp Whnrtmi' Lnqsmi UULi.b VVIktlLUllb JjbbbOll, vtvn .. rvi-nvtmnv A SrtMr" 10 ' M M" "I think he would sell himself cheap," ....!. I t ..1... AXM.....I I 1 1 ' ... Mini uimi' n.ll mil, mill nf hjhikl1 VOl.V warmiy. "What do you mean V" asked Kosnii- na, his wife. "1 mean just what I say. llu would s "II himself for money ; and I believe he would sell his best lnend." ....... " ) w imn i (i vim snion inv unn nt asked his mother, looking up from her work and raising her spe'etaeles. 'ftX?" "I'm speauiii' ot ,Mr. Mnunons," r- lt whal havc , ,s( hlm,. thL. old lady resumed. "I have iiotliinir airainst him: 1 was only speaking about him jtit iw I imuigiu." 'But don't you know that we should not always tell. Hist what we think, my on '.' it is not safe." "1 believe it is always safe to tell the truth, no matter where It hits," returned Luke. " i hen it would be proper forme to go . out and tell me things i hear you and our wne say, ana an mat i see vou do, no matter what may be their char acter!" h but that would be infringing on tlie saerednesH of the domestic circle." said the young man. , "f-o it would, continued his mother. , "and this shows you that there must be .... i i.. 'Pi... .1,,.,. .. : ,. ' ALfjllll IIM IU ,MMU LlllLi 1 lie IHIIIIULH. ( hole is no more saere 1 than is a man's i character. When you must speak, then speak tlie truth, and fear not the eonse qiu noes; but be careful when you speak. I know you are very careless, some times, in the w.iv you speak of others, and I am sorry it is so. Now answ or me this: Would you want Mr. Simmons to now what ou said ol him V" "1 shouldn't care," replie 1 Luke, and he spoke hesitatingly. es, vou would care," eontinueu me old lady. "You know that he is a man of much influence in litis place, and that he never wronged you in any way or shape. Your estimation of his charac ter is only lonned ironi what others have said. Now answer 1112 truly: sVould you w ish that some third party would whisper into his car the scandal you have spoken of him V" Well l don't know as l should nut there's no danger." Ah, my son, you don't know how much danger there may be. I am afraid you arj as free in speaking to others as you are in speaking to us. Have you not spoken t Mr. Simmons thus?" Luke was obliged to admit that lie had : but still claimed that there was no danger and that he had a right so to speak. 'louhaveno right to speak against your neighbor," said Mrs. Wharton, "and more than this it is not safe. You will find as you advance in the world, that you will have difficulties enough to contend with without making enemies needlessly. If you would prosper and move along through life with honor and respect, let your hrstcare he to see that vou speak no evil ot vour neighbor. peak ill of no man when dutv does not absolutely compel you to do so. You will find it by far the safest course." Luke Wharton was a voting man just married, and was cleik in a retail store. lie meant to be honorable aim irtuniui, but he had contracted that habit which so many have looiishly contracted, 01 speaking very foolishly of hisncighbors. In the present case. Air. hinimons, a woitliy and respected citizen, had made 1 movement lor retrenchment in the expenses of tho town. Luke's employ er had been in the habit of furnishing certain aiticles to the town, and under the new system his bill was likely to fall below the amount he had received in former years. So he thought Mr. Simmonshad meddled too much in town affairs, and Luke took up the strain and I iped freely upon it. lie know noth ing of the causes which had led Mr. Simmon's course, he only knew that that gentleman's character was before the public, and he went into it. But this was not the only case. A man who can speak recklessly of one individual will speak in tlie same manner of others; nnd a man who can thus thoughtlessly speak at one time, is likely so to speak at anv time. Luke Wharton had been for tonic time anxious to go into busi ness on his own account, and the op portunity at length presented itself; or at all events he saw a fair chance to make arrangements to that end. His old employer, who had done business enough, was ready to sell out. Ho told Luke if he could find a partner who wo j Id pay cash down for half of the store and its good will, the other nan might remain lor several years on a mortgage. SoLuke cast about him, and was not long in finding the man he sought. Thomas Lvon. a young man of a neighboring town, was ready to en ter into s ch a partnership, and ho con sidered that the thoiough knowledge of the bttsi.iess, and the intimate acquain tance with the customers which Luke would bring to him, would oll'set the in tcrest he might have to pay lor tho monev he would bo obliged to hire. It was all arranged and Luke Whar ton was happy. Thomas Lyon would raise the ij-luOO necessary to be paid down .and he would soon bo ill a position where lie could not only enjoy the hon or and satis action ot doing tnisinoss lor himself, but whero he know ho could luv up money. And ho was nure satis fied because another party had been. talking of purchasing tho store, "1 wouldn't tnirithim so fur us I could throw a fat hop by tho tall, up hill 1" as serted Luke, lie spoke of Mr. Samuel Loyejoy, a man who lived in a dlatant part of'the town, and who was the Indi vidual Unit had pome talk of purchasing the store. " Wliat uo you menu uy mui . ustieu All's. Wharton, hi monn nut, wind. T eny." rohirnod T.uko. 1 wouldn't tru.-t him an Inch." "But what do you know against him, my son ?" , , , UI know enough, lie would have bought our store If ho could, and he meant to do it In an undarliuiid way. leant to 10 11 111 mi urn ji um u u . M,-uitMATION guaranteed to produce a luxu lo know that 1 wanted It, nml jot lit' I riaul growth ot hairuvon a bald head or a lied hirt best to work 1110 out." beardless face, also a recipe for tho removal of Ilo tried "But how do you Know uus r "How 'do 1 knovt'why I know it well enough. I know tluu ho went to my employer, Mr. (Jreen ; offered to pur-: choso the wliolo ; and I know that ho intimated that I might never be able to pay my half. I told you ho Isn't to be trusted." "J lu.pe you have not spoken '.Iiuh to any one cbc," said the old lady with much earnestness. "Why do you hope that ?" I To be Continued. Ho wise to-day. 'Tis madness to neg lee. a cough or cold, however slight. Consumption may follow, and though Dr. "Wistar's Balsam of wild cherry has frequently cured tills much dreaded dls imisi. for the nrlmnrv iIIhpiimv if the , , , . ,, ., ' uinmi, uuin uiiiii'iim, u niv.u fiiiui where oilier remedies fall. w. , , . ' . . I 'I'-'.au ... ..e m u.im. iuosi sunn i- ly recoinmend, anil he will tell you that " liarrett's vegetable Jlair Kestorative" I is preeminently the be-t; and to other- ! wise prove the fact, it received tlie j hlghes premium at tlie New llainp- shire Fair, in SiW. !altiinnrc Tele fram. d&w. Baldness, Grayness, and olhcr imper fections of the Hair will be regarded as inexcusable after a trial of Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved inrw ntle) Hair Re storer or Dressing. (( one bottle.) Every Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar. "'fall oaiiM holil little I'eotli; jnev. Large Ktreauis front little fountains linn." Seven years ago the Plantation Bit tors were but little known. To-day there is not a nook or corner of our land where they ate not found and used. Tlie sale lias reached the enorinus num ber of Five Millions of Bottles annually, it is constantly increasing. L only shows what can be done with really good medicine, and a .systematic course of ma dug it known. Perhaps no medicine in the world was ov er so deservedly 1 opular as the Plan tation Bitters. Go whore you will, among the rich or poor, and you will al ways find these Bitters in use. Their merit lias become an established fact, and we cordially recommend tliem in cases of dyspepsia, loss of appetite, chills and fever, headache, feo., ovc. Ma(inoma Watku. .'superior to the b?st imported German Cologne, and sold at half the price. d & w, $cfial Notices. Among tliu many restoratives which nature has supplied to lclievo the allliclioiix of human itv, there i-i no morn f.ivjrite one for a certain cities ot diseases man the "meilieiual gum or the Wild Cherry Tn e ; but however valuable it is, its power to lieal, to soothe, to relieve and to cure, is enhanced tenfold by scientific and judi cious combination with other ingredients, in themselves of ennui worth. Thib happy mingling ixists to atetnarkablo degree in Dr. "Vi-.lm 's HiiImuu of Wild t lu rry, whose value in curing Cough, Cotite, llntiicliilts, Wltuajiinij Courjh, Croup, AMhmtt, I'ltlmuntiri .ti'tcliiHt, iiml Incipient CiiiifiiiiipHon is inesti mable. From S. II. I'varl, K., Principal of the State Normal School of Vermont. Jon.Nsos, VI., Jan. :iu, 18(18. Messrs. Hi:nc W l'owix tc Sox, IIostox. (ii:Nu.r.3ir.N 1 can most cheerfully recom mend Wistar's 1!ai,sam or Wild Chkiiiiy as a safe and cflieont remedy lor (toughs, Ceis, In cipient Consumption, Ac 1 have otten used it nivscll ami recommended it to my mends, with 1 110 most satislaetory results. Yours most truly, S. II. I'UAUL. Johnson, Vt April 1, 18G0. llavinir been troubled withllroneintis forbov oral years, attended with a cough, occasionally iptitii severe, I at length saw Dr. Wistaii's Hal mam uf Wit.i) CiiKitltv advertised as being a sure cure. I was therefore induced to try it, and de rive much relief from it, especially when my complaint is attended with a cold. It scents to be the only pattnt medicine that relieves my eougli at all, Mas. II. V. MKHUIAM, Prepared bv .SKTII W. l'OWLK tc SON, 18 Treniont St., Dostoit, and for sale by Druggists generally. GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE cures in a very abort time Vol, Hums, Senilis, IVouiul, l!i'iilr, Sitruliis, Krysipeluii, Sail K Ileum, It lobworm, C'hitpiKil IIiiuiK, ISui , Frozen MiiiIm, Filoiis, t'lilllilaliix, vc. It is nromtit in action, removes n.iiu at once. and reduces the most angry looking awelltngs and lullanimalloiis, us it liy magic- thus allord ing relief and a complete cure. SIU'II W. l'OWLK tc SOX, ISoston, Proprietor. Bold bv all Druggists, i.lrocets, and at all country stores. 237-4 A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN Just Published in a Scaled envelope. Price (Jets. ALUCTUItK on tho Nature, Treatment and ltadical Cure, of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Kmiisions, Sexual De bility, and Impediments to marriage generally ; Nervousness, Consumption, Kjiilepsy, and 1'tts j Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse. Ac. Uy H0W3RT J.UULVEinVKLL, M. D., Author of tho " Green Uook,"Ac. The world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own oxperienco that tho awful consequences of Self-Abuse, may bo effectually removed without mcdicino, anil without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode or euro at once certain and ciicstuai, liv which every Buflerer, no inatser what his con dition may bo, may euro himself cheaply, pri vately and radically. This Lecture will provo a boon to thousands and thousands. Koiit. iifwlnr KPnl. to iitiv nihlress. hi n iiliiin. sealed cnveiopo 011 the receipt 01 six cents, or 'two postage stamps. Also, Dr. CuIycpypII'k " Marriage Guide." nrum 23c, Aildresa the Publishers, l.H.:. ,T. C KLIN'i: A CO., 127 llowery, Now York, Post Oilico Hox 4.580 iiiroi'iiiuiiou. pimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., 011 tho skin, leaving the samo boft. clear, and beautiful, oau bo obtained without charge by addressing 1 HUfi, f , uiiAi'jiAK, unemist. CO-ly 823 Broadway, New York. ritniCOT COATS in Short Frocks, and Full X Frocks of ull kinds and colors at VM,N. SMITH, 4 CO'S. SPJ'ICIA 1j NOTICE. BUCHU (I'loin Dispt'iisary nr tlio United States.) Diosma Crenata, Buclm Leaves Pnii.i l. Their odor Is strong, dlffipdw' and somewhat aromatic, their taste hltteiish, mid analogous to mint. Ztltilleiil l'rop rile at ml Vhv - llut'llll leaves arc ticntly Htitintl.int. with a mculiar tendency to the Urinary Organs Ihcy are given in complaints of the L'tltiary urgatis, such as OnmO, Chronic Catarrh of thi Hludiler, Morbid Irritation of tlie bladder and I retlia, Disease of the l'mntntc Gland, and Hi tt iitioii or iiiciiiitiuence of Urine, from a loan of il W. inv Midii'iiui- .i. i i uir, limn u urns 01 in the parls concerned in it evacuation. emcdyhasalsn been recommended in Dvs- a, I'liroiiic Ulicumatium, Cutaneous Alice and lroiv. tone 111 The re pCwti tloiiH anil ProiHV HehiiboM's Ktract lluchu i Used bv nerotiR front tlie uri or IS to 23, and from 'Xi to 55, or in ' t lie decline or change of life : after Confine ment or Labor rains ; Hcd-WYtttnp in chil dren. In affections peculiar to letnalcx, tlie Kxtr.ict llueliti is inn unalled by any other remedy, as in 1 Chlorni.ii', or Customary KvacuatioiiM. Ulcerated or Scliirroits State of tlie UtettlM, Letn liotihe.i, or Whites. I)is iins of Hit.' Illiiilitei', KliliM'j-4, Nru yel, 11 il Drops:, a I Ktwllingi TIiIh ntcdi cine increatieH tlie power of Ligation, and ex- ! citcM tlie AliMUbcnlH into htalthy action, bv wh eh the watery of Calcareous deiwitioiiM,anil all unnatural eiilarseineiits are reituivd, a- well as pain and inflammation. Hembold'rt Extract Ititcliu has cured eery c:i-(. of Diabetes in which it has been nheti. Ir- , utationof tlio Neck, of the bladder, and liillam ination of the Kidneys, Ulceration nf tlie Kid-' nejs and Uladdcr, Itetetitinn of I line. DiseaM-s of tin. Trostate (Hand, Stone in tlie liladdcr, Calculus, Oravel, llrick-dnst Deposit, and Mu- 1 ens or .uiiuy jnscnarges, ami lor eiileeiiled anil 1 delicate constitutions of both sexes, attended I with tlie followinir s.untoins : Jndisnosition to Kxctllon. Loss of Power. Lu.s of S einorv. l)if- licultj of Mrea,thini;, Weak Nirves, Trembling, Horror of ltiscase. Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Tain in the Hack, Hot Hands, I'lushiut; of the liody, Dnnessof (he Skin, b'ruptinn 011 the face, l'al.id Countenance, I'niversal Lassitude of the Muscular system, Ac. Ilembold'H K.traet Ilucliit is Diuretic and ltlood-l'urif.vttiL'. and cures all diseases arisintr front habits of dissipation, excesses and impru dence in life, impurities of the blood, c., su perseding Copaili.i in affections or winch it is used, Bitch as (lonorrho.' 1, (fleets of long stand ing, anil Syphilitic aiieclions- m those iliseases, used in connection with HemboliVs Hose Wash. Sold bv all Dni!;i;ists and Dealers everywhere. beware of countetfeits. Ak for Helmbold's. Take no other. Price -$1.23 per bottle, or 6 bottles, for f(!.3l). Delivered to anv address. Describe tlie svimttnms in all communica tions.. Address it. T. HKLMUOLP, Drug and Chem al warehouse, .Wl liroadway, N. . None are genuine unless done up in s'eel-en- graved wrapper, with fiic-similo ot try Chemical viarcnouse, aim signeii II. T. HKLMllOLD. dw-lMH-S Jackson's Catarrh Snuff AX1) TROCHE POWDER, A PKLlOUTFl'L ASK PLEASANT llf.MUlY IN Catarrh, JTeadaeic, Pad Jircalh, jroarscness, Asthma, Pron chiiis, Coughs, Paef ncus, ifcc, And all Disorders resulting from COLDS in HEAD, THROAT iiml VOCAI. ORGANS. This Remedy does not 1UY UP a Catarrh but LOOSENS it; frees the head of all of fensive matter, muekly removing JJad llreath and Headache; nlluys nnd sooth the liurii liiK heal in Catarrh; is so mild and iigrt-f. utile in its effects that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING ! As a Tioelif Powder, is pleasant to the taste. and never nauseates; when swallowed instantly gives to the Throat and ocal urgans a DELICIOUS SENSATION of COOLNESS and COMFORT. Is the best Yoico Tonic in the world 1 Try It 1 Sufr, Reliable, anil only 3r cent. Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, address COOI'KIt, WILSON .V CO., dl!l2w219-lim l'rop'rs, Philadelphia. At wholesale by all Patent Houses, and re tailed by druggists overywhere. Ttvcnty-fTre 1'cars Practice In the Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe males, lias placed Dr. Dow at the head of all the physicians making such practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent cure in the worst cases of Stipprcni'ion and all other Menstrual Derangements, from what ecer cause. All letters for advico must, contain 1. Ofllce, N'o. 'J Endicott Street, Hoston. N 1J. Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treatment. lloston. July. 18G8. 220 PmUw Errors of Youth. YOUNG MEN the experience of years has ilemonstra'ed the fact that reliancu can bo placed in the efllcacy of HELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS For the speedy and permanent euro of Seminal Weakness, the result of Youthful Indiscretion, which neglected, ruins tho happines, and unfits tlio Hitffcior for business, social society or mar riage. They can be used without detection or interference with business pursuits. Price ono Dollar per box, or four boxes for three dollars. If you cannot procure these pills, enclose tho money to Hhvan .V Co., 01 Cedar Street. New York, and they w ill he sent by return mail, wt.i.l suai.ed Private circulars to gentle men sent tree on application ; encioao stamp. Ib0cod-w218-iy TO FEMALES. Till. FHED'K MOIUULL. Physician and Sur- xJ geon, giveB oxclusivo attention to Diseases of women. He has made diseases of woman his study for tlio past twenty years. His practice has been vo.-y extensive both in Hospital and in privato practice. His reputation has vouchers in all tho city papers, Ida patients, and the medi cal profession, both here and abroad, as being the most skillful specialist litre, and a thorough master of all sexual diseases. Dr. Morrill is admitted by tho best medical talent of the country to have no equal in tho treatment of Fenmlo Complaints, audit is noun usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac tice to recommend patients to him for treatment when alllicied wiut diseases 111 111s speciality. Ladies will receive the most scielttillc atten Hon, both medically and surgically, with private apaitments during atcivitess, ami wiut oiu ami exnerienced nurses, if they wish. Tho poor advised free of charge. Physicians or patients wUhing his opinion or advice, bylet- tor, ami enclosing the usual lee, win lie answered by return mail. 'Medicines sent to all parts of the country. Qlllce, No. 48 HOWAltD STltEET, 2M-1Y Boston Mass. 1,000 MEN WANTED, fH( ( I'EU WEEK profit on i.1 Capital. pi)fjv Something entirely new. Send for circular and terms. No gift enterprizo or hum bug, Address M. J Yarnell, 8G Cannon St, N. Y. thii217-'Jm 13 I. O. -Try a box of Poland's Plantain Ointment. Tho best I il vo in tho World. Take no other, but insist 0:1 having this. For vale bv all Druggists and Country Dealers, I) J. W. POLAND, s Manufacturer, A7v'll' ADVKimSEM KXTS. Old Established Hospital! OX TIIM niKNCIl SYSTKM. Quick C lues mid Low Prices. 20,000 Patients Cured Annunllv. Tll. .'. 1 LLLLH continues successfullv con- .1 yseited on all tortus ofpmate diseases, at if ,,, , . in i i iii V. ' . h. "I'11 -hiblil.ed lle.Ki.ita!. No. 5 Bcayu; St. JV 1 ?,' i, !i ', 1 "V'l.v.Vcars devoted to ' , ? . . ""i1' l,St,,pl,nl'lt,!' hint to perfonu ctn-oH suoIiiih nn other lMtyitichin inn, nnu ins liieiiiues aresitcit tuetng in corres pottdence with tho most emmiucut plivsiciaiio itMhi Olil W,,rU ,, ,,i,i.,!,.;.,,. 11.,: ., well as the latest remedies for these diseases, oiler inducements to the unfortunate, of a ouick and rapid cure, to lie obtained at no other office in America. In Syphilis, (iononhiea. 1 licet, Stticture, En largtnent of the Testicles and Spi rmatie Chords, llttbo, Ulcerated Tlnoal, S Nose, Tender .Shin Hones, Cutaneous Eruptions, lliles, Clcers, Ab scesses, and all oilier impurities or tho svstent, arc peifcctly under the control of the Doctor's Medicines, and have beet: tested in nioro than 211,1 uu cases annually, witli iiliiin use success. VOl'Mi MEN. nuig Men addicted to scetet habits, who hae iliiimiti il tlii'ir ln-illli mml lluit-nv...l it,.. vigor ol their minds, thus depiiving themselves of the pleasures of the Man led Life, are notified that in consulting Di. ,1. Teller, thi v will find a irii'iul 10 console, and a Physician who has cur ed thousands lit almost every part of 'he L nilfd State-, who applied to Dr. '1'., luolien down in health, now rejoice 111 all that makes life desira ble and man happy. The render is of course t- ware nnu tue delicacy of this subject, will nre. vent a mor.i minute description of this terrible disease. I Dlt. TLLLLll'S OHKAT WUltK. ! A Hook tor even body Startliiiir iIIhi-Iohui-. Dr. Teller's greatwotli for the Married or those contemplating Marriage -'IU pages full of Plates - price 'J3 cents. Sent to all parts, under seal, by mail, post paid. fiil.OOO 'optes sold tho past ear Tlie Single, Married, and Married Happy. A lecture 011 Low, or how to choose a Partner a complete work on Midwifrv It contains hundreds of secrets, never before pub lish d. Wat ranted to be worth three times tho amount asked for it. 2.5 cts in specie or postage stamps, inclosed, nill secure a copv by return mail. Dr. Teller has devoted a lifetime to the cure or thoe diseases upon w hich his bouk treat b TO THE LADIES. Dr. .1. TKLLElt still retains tlie only Agency in America, for the sale of Dr. Vichof's Italian Female Monthly Pills. The sale of more than 20,000 boxes esablishes their reputation as a fe male remedy, nnapproacheil, and far in advance of every other medicine. w.a.On the 1 ecetpt of $1,00 (the price per box,) these Pills will be sen! by mail or express, loanv part of the world. K. U" Persons at a distance can be minul nt home by addressing a letter to Dr. .1 . Teller, en closing a remittance. .Medicines securely pack ed from observation, sent to anv part "of tho world. All cases warranted. No charge for ad vice. N. 11. N'o students or l oys employed notice this. Address all letters to J. TELLElt, M. D., 230-t-ly 5 Heaver Street, Albany, N. V. Goldsmith & Seavey, Ucneral Insurance Agents, OlTIl'K IN GADCOMB'S BUILDING, uXOPTHMAIX St., ST. ALPAXS, 17. AGENCY OF THE LOIIILLAHD FIRE XXTS. OO. OF NEW YOItK. CASH ASSETS, tl, 52.1,000 NIAGARA EIRE NEW YOllK CASH ASSETS, 1X78. OO. t l.oOO.OOO SPniNOFIELD F. & Xrl. INS. OO. SPHINGFIELD, MASS. CASH ASSE1S, iOOO.000 HANOVER FIRE INS. OO. NEW YOliK. CASH ASSETS, 700,)00 GERMANIA FIRE INS. OO. NEW YOItK. CASH ASSETS, f 1,000,000. ALBANY CITY FIRE INS. OO. ALBANY, N. Y. CASH ASSETS, 4500,000 MASS. MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. SPHINGFIELD. CASH ASSETS, f2,500,000 All policies in this Co., non-fotfeitable by Laws of the State. Dividends annually on the contribution plmi after two payments. Particular attention given to insuring prop erty in ADJOINING TOWN'S, such a MANA FA'CTUltlNG ESTABLISHMENTS, HTOltES, MEUCIIANDISE, Village and Town property, .".c. All communications by mail will receive nrompt attention. GOLDSMITH & SEAVEY. S. K. GOLDSMITH. J. M. SEJLVF.V. 21Ctf AVliat's in a Name ? SOU TH MAY D'S PURE CONFECTIONERY. THE REASON WHY ! H. L. SAMSON & Co. PUUCIIASE their Confectionery .w of South mavd tc Co., but of th e samo parties they Soulhniiyd tc Co. purchase of, in Boston and New York, and therefore can supply the trade as cheap as Southmayd tc Co., and that's whatH tho matter. . 2Mi 11. L. SAMSON & Co. Moat Market Sold Out, HAVING sold my meat market on Lako Street, GEO. W. ll.il. 1. will carry on the samo for tho present as agent. My books will bo loft with Geo. W. Ball until tho 2Uth of March 18G9, who will attend to tho bcttling'of accounts, after which, they will bo left with an attorney for collection tf II W. BALL adopted, iuu to vi.