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VERMOINT DAILY TRA2STSOTITPT. MARCH 18, 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript, BT. A LI JANS. VT. Satuhdav, Mahcii, l, lSGf). The Cabinet. On Thursday, President Uraiit turn Dieted his Cabinet, by nominating Hamilton VMi for Secretary of State, vice Ellhu 11. Wneliburne, resigned to accept the position of M Inlster to France ; Gcoige S. Uoutwcll, Secretary of the Treasury, vice Alexander T. Stewart, declined; and Gen. John A. Bawling Secretary of War, resigned to resume his position in the army. The full Cab inet Is therefore as follows: Hamilton Fish, Now York, Secretary of State; George P. lloutwell, Mai., Secretary of the Treasury; John A. Rawlins, Illinois, Secretary of War; Adolph E. Boric, l'enn., Secretary of the Navy ; Jacob D. Cox, Ohio, Secre tary of the Interior; E. Kookwood Hoar, Mass., Attorney General; John A. J. Creswcll, Maryland, Postmark" Gen eral. Hon. Hamilton Fish, the new Secre tary of State, was born in the city of New York, in 1800. He graduated at Columbia College, and -ifter studying law, wns admitted to the bar In lS.'JO. Ah a lawyer his business was large and lucrative, and was conducted with abili ty and promptitude. In 1837 he was elected a Member of the New York As sembly ; in 1843 lie was chosen a Mem ber of Congress; In 181S he was elected Governor of New York ; In 1S31 he was chosen to the United States Senate, for the term expiring in 1So7, in all which posltionste served ably and well. On leaving the Senate, Mr. Fish retired to private life. Thotfgh generally classed with the conservative wing of the old Whig Party, he early identllied himself with the Republican Party. He sup ported Mr. Lincoln's administration earnestly and heartily, and In January 18G2, he was appointed, with Rishop Ames, upon a commission to relieve the Union prisoners in the South, and Buceccded in negotiating a general ex change of the prisoners of war Mr. Fish is every way lltted to assume the charge of the department, and will, it is believed, creditably manage our foreign affairs. We have heretofore given, a brief sketch of Hon. George S. Routwell, the new Secretary of the Treasury. Should Judge Hoar remain in tho Cabinet, Massachusetts will have two Cabinet ofilccrs. Some of the party hacks will growl at this, but we do not see any very serious objection to it. Major Gen. John A. Rawlins, Gen. Schcfield's successor, was born in Il linois, In 1831. He was reared as n far mer and charcoal burner, which occu pation he followed till 1834. when he went to Galena ; Studied law, and was admitted to the bar the following year. When the news of tho bombardment of Fort Sunipter reached Galena, a public meeting was called for raising recruits. " Captain Grant " attended this meet i ng, and so pleased was he by a speech made by Rawlins, that ho became his warm friend at once, and subsequently he took a position on Gnrit's staff. He soon became Chief of Staff, and in that capacity followed the fortunes of Grant throughout the war. In politics, an account of him in one of our exchanges says: Ho was formerly a Douglas Dem ocrat; but ever since the tiring upon Sumter he has been an i.arnest Repub lican. Throughout the Rebellion his services to the General-in-Chief, and to tho cause of the Union, wereof the high est order. Had lie been assigned to the tield, instead of stall' duty, he would doubtless nave taken rani; among our few great commanders Sheridan, Sherman, and Thomas. No other man in the country knows the army better than he ; and the Cabinet is fortunate in having the benefit of his large expe rlence and his ripe Judgment. Ills ap pointment will meet with general and hearty approval, and if his shattered health shattered in the service of the Union proves enual to tho duties of his new l osition. lie will doubtless so perform them as to increase the obliga tion winch tne country already owes him. Tlio Cabinet as now constituted Is an excellent one, and perhaps, in some respects, somewhat Wronger than the original cast. Tick Resignation' ok Judge Hoak Gov. Claflin, of Massachusetts, re eclved, Thursday, a telegram from At torney General Hoar, tendering his re signation as a Justice of the Supremo Court. This does not look as if Judge Hoar would resign his Cabinet appoint inent. Thk Fiqiitinq Binckluy. The no torious Rlnckloy, formerly solicitor of tho Internal revenue, played the bully with success Thursday morning, upon cx-Conimissioncr Rollins and Deputy Commissioner Harlan. Rollins escaped without injury, but Harlan received two ugly cubs on his faco from a cane in Hinckley's hands. Hinckley was ar rested and gave bail for his appearance atCourtin thesumof $300. lite friends advise him to " skedaddle," if ho would save himself from being sentenced to as severe punishment an the law will per mlt. Fim: !in TuoY. The Cannon Rlock in Troy was totally destroyed by lire on ' the night of the 11th Inst. Andy Johnson. Ex-President John son arrived in Baltimore on the lltli In stant and was " publicly received." In response to a complimentary toast, Mr. Johnson spoke briefly of the support and encouragement he had received from Maryland during his administration. In retiring from the Presidency and re sumlini ll'o position of a citizen, lie felt more honor and pride than he M ould in being inaugurated President over tho ruins of a violated Constitution. Tin: SuKKitvcir. Ami:ndmi:nt. The lfith amendment will be ratified by the Georgia rebels for the reason that, us negro suffrage has been forced upon them by the "d d Yankees," they will in return help to force it upon the North. No matter about the cause ol action, (Jen. Grant will be suited. Gov. Raker, of Indiana lias ordered new elections to take place to fill tho vacan cies occasioned by tho resignation of the Democratic members of the Legislature, ho resigned a short time since in order to destroy the quorum, that the amend ment might not be ratified. The Con stitution ofthc&tntc requires the pres ence of two-thirds of members of both Houses to form a quorum for the trans action of business. The elections, and tho delay in legislation so caused by the action of the Democratic members, will cost the State over $200,000. Tim Fokeicin Appointments. It seems to be the general impression that Hon. George P. Marsh, our minister at Turin, will riot be disturbed. The mis sion to Rome will not probably be re newed until the Italian Government is established at the "Eternal City." Montgomery Glbbs, who has been for some years financial agent of the Uni ted States at Paris, was to have been nominated yesterday as Consul at Paris, in place of John G. Nicolay, who was Mr. Lincoln's private Secretary, but op position was mure and the appointment mav be canceled. Horace Rublee, a Wisconsin editor, who is nn applicant for the place of Minister resident at Berne in Switzer land, will probably oust Mr. Harrington, and there arc several who expect to get the Mission to Portugal, to which Har vey has clung so pertinaciously. I'irgiitia Republic, n Convention. The RopublieanConvention at Peters- burgh on Wednesday was a stormy af fair, and resulted in tho nominaiion of the following ticket : for Governor, II. H. Wells; Lieut. Governor, Dr. J. D. Harris (colored) : Attorney General, Thomas R. Bowdcn ; Congressman at Large, A. M. Crane. The resolutions which were adopted, favor the early res toration of the state to the Union under the new constitution ; express joy at Grant's election and delight over his in augural, and thank him for restoring Gens Sheridan and Reynolds to their old departments ; assert the doctrine of equal rights; and declare that the re publican party willfcioeurea removal of political disabilities for those who ac cept in good faith the result of the war. One of the delegates to the convention who aimed a pistol at a colored sergeant-at-anns was arrested by the police. A' initiations by the L'resldant. In addition to the nominations of Messrs. Boutwell, Fish, Rawlins, and E. B. Wasliburne as Minister to France, and Frank Moore as Assistant Secretary of the legation to France, which wore all on firmed by the Senate, the Presi dent sent the following names to the Senate : James Longstreet, to bo Sur veyor of Customs for the port of New Orleans; Juntos F.Casey, Collector of Customs at New Orleans; Sidney A. Stockdale, to be Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of Louisi ana; Edward V. Kingsley of New York, to bo Secretary of the United States Legation at Madrid ; Alexander Sharpe, to be Marshal of tho United States for the District of Columbia; Ghiof-Engi-neer James W. King, to be Chief of the Bureau of Engineering. President Grant indorses the last nomination as follows : "In place of Isherwocd, whom I desire removed." These nominations were referred to the proper Committees and will all lie confirmed, it is said, exoept Gen. Long street, over whom there promises to be an animated contest. -The Southern Senators and most of the Northern Rad icals will oppose him to tho last, on the grounds that it is not just to Southern loyalist to givo the best offices to rebel officers, while loyal men are still suffer ing from the ravages of rebel command ers. Tin: Cattle Plaque. In tho March number of the American Stock Jour nal Is a long and valuable article by Prof. John Gamgce on the Lung Plague in Cattle. Of all tho cattle diseases pleuropneumonia is in tho long run the most destructive because the most insid ious and the least likely to rouse a peo ple to united action for its effectual sup pression. To Ignore its presenco is, however, to insure that the cattle mor tality of America like that of England, will be at least doubled in a few year' time. Rational means, cncrgctluactloii. and earnest cooperations between the i different States and tho central govern ment may, with a moderate expcndl tuie now, save many millions annually In the not distant future. There are at prc-ent no proper restric tions on the sale of Infected stock, and pi anoth r year or two, unless some defi nite and immediate action bo taken, the disease is llkel to find its wav in so many parts of the country that It erad ication will bo almost a matter of impos- jibillty. i no Illinois i i tne Journal being ex tensive breeders and dealers in cattle, have printed an edition ofoverhalla million copies for gratuitous distrbiution among our Farmers. We hope all will avail themselves of this generous oiler and send for a copy. Address N. P. Boyer fc Co, Publishers, Pnrkorsburg, Chester Co., Pa. "Sleeping in Church." Onu of our preachers m.'Utioiutd ageing six liumlml people asleep at once, while in church. O'er their devoted heads, While tho law thundered, Snugly ami heedlessly Knoictl the sU hundred, llreat was the preacher's theino, Screwed on was all the steam, Neither with shout nor scream, Could he disturb tho dream Of the nix hundred. Tevrm to right of them, Terrors to this left of them, Terrors to the front of them Hell iUell plundered Of its moat awlul thing Weak-minded preacher thugs- -Kindly ho spoke, nnd well All on deaf earn it fell, Vain was his loudest yell Volley'd and thundered ; For, caring tho truth to tel! Neither for heaven or hell 8:101 cd the six hundred. Btill with redoubled zeal, Still he spolto onward, And in a wild appeal, Striking with hand and heel Making tho pulpit reel, Shaken Mid thundered Call them the Church's foes Threatened with hand and heel Faintly the answer rose. (Proof of their sweet repose) From tho united noso Of the six hundred. HI t I t . .11 1 From the Home Ciiclu. Edgar Ashcroft's Bad Luck. Edgar Ashcrolt hurried through the streets at an unusually early hour in the morning, for in general he was given to late evening hours, getting up in the morning whenever he felt like it. He did not pause till he reached a plain brick house In a quiet street. Ringing tne boll ratner excitedly, ne inquired of tho servant who answered his sum mons : "Is your master iu V" "Yes, sir." "Hand him my card, and ask if he will sec me." The servant quickly reappeared, with the request that Edgar would follow her into her master's presenco. Edgar Ashcroft was ushered Into a pleasant sitting room, where his friend, Charles Hodden, n sedate man, at least 10 years older than himself, was seated at a table, on which tested a trunk of business documents, which he had brought home for examination, his busi ness being that of a lawyer. "What brings you here at this early hour, Ashcroft V" asked tho lawyer in surprise. "Bad news," said Edgar, thrusting his hand Into his waistcoat pocket, and speaking excitedly. "Bad hows ! I am sorry to hear that, but what is it?" "You remember I consulted you threj months since about investing my money in a copper mine in the Lake Superior region." "I remember it perfectly. I advised you to have nothing to do with it." "I wish I had taken your advice ; but I was fool enough to be dazzled by the brilliant promises of tho directors, and tho long and tho short of it is, I invested mv entire fortune in the concern." "Is it possible?" "I wish it wasn't, but it is." "Well, how has it turned out ?" "The shares arc selling at $3, and l paid S100." "-low many hud you,?" "Five hundred. That is. 1 invested $30,000, and I could only sell out for $2, 500 to-day." "Sell out," said lloldcn laconically. "What! and sacrifice ninetoeti-twen-tiellis of my fortune?" "Better that than the whole." "But don't ycu think it worth any thing?" "Not a cent." "There are some good mines there." "True, but this was got up by swin dlers to cTic.it the confiding public out of their money. It will go down to nothing." "But $2,000 won't support me," said Ashcroft in dismay. "Do as I do." "What?" . "Earn your living by your own exer tions." "But I have never been brought up to work." "Everybody ought to do something." "But consider my delicato health. My constitution is very weak, I can as suro you." "I should think It might be. You turn night into day and day into night. Late hours at parties, soirees, and thea tres are enough to undermine any con stltutfon, when carried to the excess you carry them." "Do you really think It is that?" "Yes I do." "I never thought of that. Perhaps you may bo right; but if I were ablo to work, what could I do? Who would engage ino as clerk ?" "How would you like to follow my profession ?" "As a lawyer?" "Yes." "Isn't It hard work?" "Of course it is. Anybody who ex pects to succeed in a profession must look forward to hard work." Would you recommend it ?" " I would recommend you to try, I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll ongago you as my office clerk, and pay you fifty dollars a month. That will bo all you will earn tho first year, perhaps more ; but I'll agree to give it. Then you can sell out your shares, and get one hun dred and fifty dollar annual Interest on what Is left. That will give you seven hundred and fifty lollars a year Income." I " How can I live on thai?" twked I lidgar in dismay. " I assure you my i t.illor's bills amount to nearly that." I " Then you must change your tailor. I In fuctj you must change your whol i plan of life. You must drop the man of I fashion, and become a steadv-golug clerk." it win be Hard," said tne young , , man, this expression indicating a mo.i- tal struggle. "But' it is necessary. Then aualn, I consider that it is only for a time. If 'you work with energy, you will soon 1 command a good income. I am willing 1 to extend every assistance in my power, and upon you must depend the rest. I What do you savV" ; "You really think my hc.ith will al low of the necestarv labor?" : "I do." " l hen 1 will make up my mind to it." ! "Ujiuc in next Monday. Meantime in ike the needful arrangements." " So I am going to bo a lawyer," thought Edirar Ashcroft. as lie left hi friend's house. If any one had told me , that u month ago, I should have pro-l nounced him insane. Well, elrcuni-l stances alter eases, that is certain. What will my fashionable friends say ?" 'I'llln u-llj iiftm-nll tlw iri-iiiif iwt li'inl! to Edgar. To subside fro j. tho position of a man of fashion, to a hum-drum clork in the office of u real-estate law yer, seemed to him a great descent, though in the view of right-thinking people it will bo regarded as an ascent. In a week the change was made. Edgar realized the sum he expected on his mining shares, and invested it in substantial bank share, which yielded him a net income of one hundred and seventy-live dollars a year. Upon this and his salary he must live. Consider ably against his will, he took quarters in a comfortable, but moderate-priced board! ng-hou?e, and began life on a new footing. As ho anticipated, there was co sidcr able talk about his change of fortune, and most of his fashionable acquaintan ces forgot to include him in their future invitations, while some whom he had known intlmatc.y appeared to forget that they had ever known him. This troubled him considerably at first, but there was one good effect resulting from his neglect from his fashionable friends. Not being invited to parties, ho no longer had occasion to keep late hours, and his health and .strength vis ibly improved. Tills surprised him, as he was occupied with office-work du ing the day. "I declare, lloldcn," he said one day, " I've gained fifteen pounds in the hist three months.', "Work seems to agree with you, Ashcroft," was tho reply. " I feel stronger than I used to." " I told you how it would lie." " But I didn't believe you at tho time." " Late hours are nioro trying to the constitution than hard work." "So begin to find it." Just at first Edgar found his office work a task ; but soon it began to be pleasant. He became interested in the profession lie had chosen, and a -she was by no means deficeut cither in natural talent or in education, he became, be fore the year closed, a valuable assis tant to his friend Holdon. Just before the close of the first year. the lawyer said : "Edgar if you have no objection, I mean to double your sala ry." "Thank you, lloldcn; but I don't want you to do it unless you think I am worth tho increase." "I do th'.nk so. You liav.s made yourself very valuable to me, and have fully mastered the "routine work of tho office." "Then 1 will accept it gladly: for I don't want to go back to the old scale of expenditure, I would like a bettor room, and a little bettor table." So the new arrangement wu- made. One day Edgar met in the street Mr. Bullion, a "heavy" man in thoparlanco of tho street, and president of one of tlio city banks, lie tried to avoid him, having two years before proposed for the hand of Miss Fanny Bullion, and. though favored by the young lady, had been unceremoniously rejected bv the father. But, to ills surprise, Mr. Bullion ad vanced to him and said cordially : "How do you do, Mr. Ashcroft ?" "Very well, thank you, sir," said lid gar, rather embarrassed. " Come round tothehouse. Weshall bo glad to sco you." Edgar's faco betrayed his surprise. "I'll tell you a secret, young man. Two years ago I refused your suit to my daughter. Shall I tell you why?" "If you please, sir." "Because I saw that you were a mere man ot lasiiion, doing nothing useful, sure to run out of money at last, and with no occupation to fall back unon. You lost your money tooner than 1 ex pected ; but, to my surpriso you have acted since like a sensible man. I hear good reports of your tale-it and Indus try. Come to my house whenever vou like, and if oyer ycu have any proposi tion to mane 10 mo, i win taico it into consideration." Edgar needed no second invitation. He mude an early call, and found that Fanny million's heart was still his. So one day he made bold to lay the matter boforo Mr. Bullion, "Fanny loves mo and I love her," he said; "but my salary is only twelve hundred dollars a year, and my fortune is also reduced to twenty-five hundred dollars." "Frankly spoken, young man," said Mr, Bullj&n, ' I don't caro for your poverty, xousnau marry ianny, and I'll see that you have enough to Keep the pot boiling." So Edgar Ashcroft married the daugh ter oi a. millionaire, Fie was at once taken into partnership by his friend Holden, ami to day he is a millionaire himself, having inherited the bulk of his late father-in-law's property. So his bad luck turned out to he the best of r good luck, after nil. Thp military idea of honor has u re markable force ip Belgium. Two com mon sojdlers, rccputly under arrest, m the same coll, played cards to pass away the time, One of them lost the fow soua in his possession, then his clothes, final ly Btakod his llfo, Ho lost, Next morn ing he was found hanging to a peg in tho wall, his companion sleeping serenely on the pallet. President Giant to Minister II ashburiic. The folio -. ing Is tl.o President's renlv to Secretary Washburnc's letter of re signation : K.i:cl-hve Mansion, l Washington, D. C., March 11th. Hon. E. Waskbumc : Dear Sit Your resignation of the office of Secretary of State, witli your reasons for tho same, are received.' Iu accept ln It, I do so with regret that your health will not permit vou to con tinue In the ollleo, or some Cabinet posi tion. ( )IIV lll'l-sfllinl l-nlili limn Imo.. I. .,.-.. ... ..... ......... .v..,iwuo umi such from tl e breaking out of tne rebel lion to the pro.-ent day. andyour support of mo Individually in the armv and Its causes such, that noothor Idea presented it'-olf stronger In my mind t inn that 1 should continue to have your advice and assistance. In parting with you, there fore, I do it with the assurance of con tinued confidence In your ability, zeal and friendship, and that you may soon be relieved from the physical disabilities under which you bine lab-uvd for the last few years. Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, U. S. Grant. .tn Amorous .Kciilajius. til; .story of his little honeyed words and pretty p1irasi.s $10,000 For a iirok en promise. A very Interesting suit for damages, based on a breach of promise of marri ane, has hist been comi-loted in the CJtirtsof Lebanon, Ohio, i lie fair young lauy who is anegeu to nave been de ceived by a festive young disciple of JEs culapius, is a niiliuer atSpiingboro, and testifies that she is now '2i years old. Her name is Mary Ferguson, and she Is a young lady of much personal beauty. She is a brunette, regular features, with dark brown eyes. When placed upon thestand she was neatly dressed in black and her manner and general bearing at once enlisted the sympathy of the large crowd iu tho court room. The defendant in the suit was Doctor J din Armstrong Bradsliaw, aged 40 years, a descendant of Bradsliaw the regicide. .lie went from England to Ireland, and came to this country at the age of 14. He spent several years iu a wealthy famliy in Now York, whogave him (lie advantage of a liberal educa tion. After graduating in one of the best medical colleges in N. Y, lie wont to houtn America, and remained there several years, acquiring n handsome for tune. In appearance, he is not hand some. He is below the medium height. and litis the appearance of premature decrepitude. In the court room the pluintiir pro ceeded, in a calm, dignified way. and In a sweet, captivating voice, to tell the story oi ncr wrongs, in tipnngboro, she lived at the house of Wm. Carpen ter for about 11 yeais, whore she first be came acquainted with Dr. Bradsliaw, who came there to board in 1803. In her simple, unaffected way, she wen i on to ten now, m about two weeks, lie asked her to walk with him ; how they soon began to spend Sunday even- I !. .1... - 1 i... J , .1 iiijh ii. uiu piuiur logeuier; now, wncn bo first asked if she could love him, she S'lid she thought not ; that she was poor and not as well educated as she could wish ; how she afterwards consented, and promised to marry him. In the spring of 1800, she spent u part of her time at Gcrmantown, working at the miiincry business, and while there received from him many letters the most gushingly loving am' tender over produced in a court. Tho following is a sample of one of tne letters dated .May utli, ims: You cannot have forgotten, dearest, what I stated in my room U.- vou on Thursday noon, that the day was fast approaching when I should be ablo to otler lor your acceptance a comfortable, and I most sincerely hope, oven a hap py and delightful home. Y'ou ask me dearest, what 1 think ol our last oven ing's meeting. I ian hardly believe it can bo possible for mo to forget its de lights, and l sincerely hope to enjoy many more a n win uengrecauie to my charming and beloved Mary. 1 thank you kindly for those dear, loving, and tender kisses you enclosed In your lavor. but, deare.t. the delight ful freshness and fragrance of love's choicest tribute is always lost in the transit. Fiowevor do not neglect to send a fresh supply from those lovely lips when you write again ; they can never out bring to mo mo most pleasurable leenngs. Many more letters wero written iu a similar strain, it was shown that they hud been engaged throe several times. He had given horn "wedding handker chief," and one if not two "engagement rings." Testimony was introduced cor roborating Mary's statements, and oven snowing that ho Had made ineffectual efforts to ruin her. Much evidence was introduced on tho " visible admixture " question on both sides. Bradsliaw hav ing set up tho plea that Mary was a wo- mixturo of African blood," and that he, noing a wmte man, couiu no:, under tho laws of Ohio, marry her. Dr. Wright, of OJJllliyuuiu, m. OL-lllHS, Id JjUIJUUUH, uiui others, wpre satisfied that sho was part African. ' Others had regarded her as pure white. Tho trial lasted for a week", and the In terest on tho part of the great crowd of spectators was unabated. The jury wero out but a short time, and returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $10,000, After tho close of tho trial, Mary re turned to Springboro, with all the tri umphant feelings of ono who had re ceived tho law's vindication. What was her surprise and indignation, when alio loaruod that her bird had llown ! Wo ore informed that the defendant, hvving packed up bag and baggage, with all Ills fabulous wealth, which hap pened to be In money, had loft for parts unknown, Bo wise to-day. 'Tis madness to neg lect a cough or cold, however slight. Consumption may follow, and though Dr. Wistnr's Balsam of wild cherry has frequently cured tills much dreaded dis euso, for tho primary diseases of tho throat, lungs and chest, It always cures where other remedies fall. w. Ask any responsible druggist what hair preparation lie would most stron -ly recommend, and he will tell you (hat "Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorative" is preeminently the best; and to other wise prove the fact, it received the hlghes- premium at (lie New Hamp shire Fair, In Hm.JhiiHmorc Tib (''ii. ,htw. Baldness, Grayness, and other Imper fections of the Hair will bo legarded as Inexcusable after a trial of .Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved (new stitr) Hair Re storer or Dressing, (in one bottle.) Even Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar. "fall ouKm hottl little aeoiliH !,low, Large Ktreums from little fountain llow." Seven years ago tho Plantation Bit ters were but little known. Tn.dnv lore is not a nook or comer of our land hero they are not found and used, 'lie sate has pouched tlu imm-iiinu num ber of Five Millions of Bottles annually, ii is eoiisuuuiy increasing, ic only shows what can bo ihnw elili vnnl 1 v good medicine, and a systematic course n muring ii Known. Perhaps no medicine in (lie u-m-lil or so de.-ervedly i opular as the Plan- dion BiKors. Go when, vim will among tho rich or poor, and y'ou will al ways nun ine.se isniors tn use. Their merit has become an established fact. nd wo cordially recommend them in ases of dyspepsia. los of aniiotlfp. chlllw and fever, headache, &c, &v. Maonolia Water. Superior to tho Mrxit Imttrtrffiil r2r.,init fn1n....n 1 sold at half the juice. d & w. Sin'rinl otirc3. BUCHU, (1'ium Disnennary of the United Htateb.) Diosma Crcnata, Buchu Leaves 1'.i)(ii h Their odor Ih Btront,', diilUHivo and somewhat aromntie. their taato liittciitd!, and analogous to mint. 3I-ilIi'ul Propel lies ami Uses Huehu leaves are gently utimulant, with a iiceuliar tendency to the. Urinary Orpano, Tlieyaro gien in complaints of tho I'rinarv Organs, tmeli as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh or the Illadder, Morbid Irritation of the Uladder and Uretlia, Dineaseof tho Prostate Oland, and Re tention or ineoiitineneo of Urine, from a loan of tone iu tho parts concerned iu its evacuation. Tlie remedy has also been i .commended in Dys pepsia, Chronic Itheumalihm, Cutaneous Atl'"e. tions nnd Dropsy. Helmbold's Extract ISm-hu in used bv persons from the age. of IH to 25, ami from ,T to .", or iu tlio decline or change of life ; alter Confine ment or Labor Pains ; Rod-Wetting in chil dren. In affections peculiar to females, the Extract huehu is unequalled by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis, or Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrous State of the Uterus, Leuchorrhea, or Whites. DUeiiM-M of lllr Milliliter, ICiiliu ) ., Gi-u-vel, a ml DropKieul Swclllngi -Thin medi cine increases tho po-.vcr of Digestion, and ex cites tho Abporbciits into healthy action, bv which tho watery of Calcareous donositions.and all unnatural enlargements are reduced, as well as pnin and intlammatiou. lfembold's Kxtrnet liuchu lias cured every case of Diabetes iu which it has been given. Ir litation of the Neck, of the illadder, ami Inflam mation of tlio Kidneys, Ulceration of tlio Kid neys and illadder, Iicientiou of Urine. Diseases of tlio Prostate (Hand, Stone in tho Madder, Calculus, Gravel, DricU-dust Deposit, and Mu cus or Milky Discharges, and for enfeebled and delicate constitutions of both sexes, attended with tho following symtoms ; Indisposition to Kxeition, Loss of Power, Loss of j'cmorv, Dif ficulty of Ureathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, 1'ain iu the Hack, Hot Hands, Flushing of the llody, Dryness or tho Skin, Eruption on tho Face. Pallid Countenance, Universal Lassitude of tlio Muscular system, Ah. Jlembold's UA'tract Dueliu is Diuretic ami IHood-rurifyinj:, and cures nil diseases arising from habits of dissipation, excesses and impru dence in life, impurities of tho blood, Ac, su perseding Copaiba in affections .or which it ih used, such as Cionorrhcea, Oleets of long stand ing, and Syphilitic alTections iu those diseases, used in connection with Ilembold's Hose Wash. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Deware of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no other. Price -il. 2.) per bottle, or Ii bottles for f(i.50. Delivered to any address. Describe the symptoms iu all communica tions. Address H. T.HKLM1IOLD, Drug mid Chem ical warehouse, fly I liroadway, N . None are genuine unless done up in s'eel-en-gr.ived wrapper, with fac-hhuilc of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed II. T. HKLMDOLD. dw-!2o3-S Jackson's Catarrh Snuff AND TKOCHE POWDER, A DK.I.UIIlTl'l'I, AND PLEASANT 11F.VEDV IN Catarrh, Headache, Jiad Breath, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bron-. chitis, Coughs, Daef HC88, etc., Ami all Disorders resulting from COLDS in IIKAI), T11UOAT anil VOCAL PllAS, This llemedv does not IlltV UP a Catarrh but IiOOSBlTS it; frees tho head of all of fensive matter, quickly removing Had Dreath and Headache; ulluy and souths ,tho burn liifi in-at iu Catarrh; is to mild and agree, able in its effects that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING ! Ah a Troche Powder, is pleasant to the taste, and never nauseates; when swallowed instantly gives to the Throat and Vocal Organs a DELICIOUS SENSATION of COOLNESS and COMFORT, Is thu best Voice, Tonic in the world I Try It Niiir, Htllublc, mid only 3a cents. Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, addrosa COOPEIt, WILSON it CO., dl02v210-0m Frop'rs, Philadelphia. At wholesale by all Patent Houses, and re tailed by druggists everywhere, Twentu-flvc A'ears Practice In the Treatment of Diseases Incident to Fo. males, has nlaeed Dr. Dow at tho head of all the physicians making such practice a specialty, and enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent euro iu tho worat cases of Suppression and all other Menstrual Derangements, from what' ever cause. All letters for advioo must contain tl. Oflice, No. 0 F.ndicott Street, IJoston. N, Ii, Hoard furnished to those desiring to re main under treatment. Uoaton. Julv. 18U8. 220 lyrdtw Pp. O. Try a box or I'o'and'H Plantain . Ointment. Tho best I .. vo in tho World. Take no other, but insist on having this. For sale by all DruggisU uud Country Dealers. D J. W. POLAND.s Ma'nufactuier,