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VEEMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT. APETL 38 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. AMJANS, VT. Wednesday, April 28, 180!). Tin pott a tit Speech from Mr. (Salt. DEMAND FOR KKl'AHATlOX I'OK THE FENIAN INVASION. As Mr. Gait's speech in the Ciuiiuliiui House of Commons the other day, on Introducing his motion respecting the Fenian raid as giving ground for a claim by Canada against the United States, Is likely to excite much attention in the United States as well as in Canada, we give our readers an abstract of it. We think It safe to tny that Uncle Samuel will fully consider the matter before sending his check to Canada to pay for the damages caused by the l'Vuian in vasion : He said, the motion of w hich he had given notice, and which he desired to propose was that His Excellency should send down to the House copies of flu correspondence with the Imperial Gov ernment, relating to the outlay incurred by Canada In the defence of the frontier uf the United States in ISO.'! and 1804, growing out of the Fenian Invasion, with the intention of institutingaclaiai against the United States. With the permission of the House, he proposed to add a request for further papers, and he would therefore desire to add to his mo tion a request for all correspondence and unpublished orders in Council re lating to the representations made to the Government of Canada by the United States during the rebellion in the Southern States. He desired to make this addition to his motion, feel ing that otherwise he would not be at linerty to advert to certain matters to which he desired to call attention. He hoped there would be no objection on the part of the Government to the pro duction of the correspondence, as he be lieved it to be in every way desirable that the whole history of the course pursued by Canada towards the United States during the rebellion should be made public. He did not propose to refer at any length to the motion made by oenator cnanuier, out wouiu nuven to it as affording an opportunity of r x pressing an opinion on the existing state of the relations of Canada with the United States. Ho believed he would ba doing injustice to the American Sen ateandthc people of the country did he believe for a moment that the extraor dinary propositions to which he alluded received the countenance and support of the country; but even if the case were possible if England could for an instant entertain such a monstrous pro position as to transfer the- Dominion tc the United States, he thought he would be perfectly justified in saying on be half of ti.at House and the people ol Canada that they would be no partiet to such a transfer. (Loud cheers.) A temperate Btatement such as he proposed to make, miirht do trooil. (Cheers.) The motion in 1113 nanus roicrreu 10 me claims which had been, or might be, made for indemnity of the expenditure arising out of the late Fenian outrages; and he would now show the grounds on which such a claim might bo fully urged. He thought it not becoming in Canadians living, as they had done, alongside of the United States, to point to acts which showed their conduct during a time in wh ch the peoplo ol tho Northern States were in great dis tress, when they were engaged in a life and death struggle with the Southern States. The people of Canada could fearlessly appeal to their conduct during tit t pe riod to show that they had faithfully, and to the best of their ability, done their duty as good neighbors. The peo ple of Canada had no desire to shrink their responsibility as a portion of the empire of Great Britain. They know that ihey had to share it, what ever the wrongs inflicted on the United States, whether connected with the Alabama claims or the larger and more extended ones enumerated by Mr. Sumner. Jt was clear tnut the Canadians must share a part of it. (Hear, Hear.) Still, It was tneir duty to point out that, during the period al luded to. the course of Canada had beet) one of friendship and of a frank fulfill ment of all their duties to their neigh bors across tho line. The papers that he has asked for would discloso a history of tho representations made on the pari of the United States, and of such prompt action on the part of the Government of this country as would satisly every unbiased mind that no charge whatev er of shirking their responsibility lay on the people of Canada. It is truo that during tho rebellion much sympathy had been expressed on a portio 1 of the press and tho public; and if in a free country such had notbevn the case, it would have been extraordinary. As a peoplo, beyond all doubt the material aid and comfort was to tho North and not to tho South. If the ofllcial records of the United States wero searched it would be found that 40,000 men from Canada had served in the Northern ar my, and at tho same 'time that power drew largely on these provinces for sup plies during tho war. The more important question was that numerous representations had been made, with most frivolous foundation, complaining that outrages wete about to be committed on the United tetatcs by persons crossing from Canada. Many of these wero unknown, and he would not advert to them. Ills purpose would he accomplished by alludiug to two cir cumstances which were gonerally known. In 180!j, during a change of administration, information was laid before the government that there was to be a serious raid on what was called Johnson's Island, on Lake Erie, to re lease a large body of Confederate pris oners, and it will be in the recollection of all, that the most prompt and active measures were taken to prevent tho oc currence of any injury of tho kind to tho United States. Again, take tho case of the St. Albans raid. It was a raid made by a few individuals, not more than twenty, on a village closo to tho border. There did not appear to bo any kind of concerted action among the party beforehand. Their action was altogether unsuspected. What was tho course of the Canadian Government then ? The parties charged with being concerned in the raid were at once ar rested, brought before the courts, nnd wncn, under tnc decision oi uic court, the men were allowed to go free, there had been a supposed failure of justice. When. tliroiiirli the decision of the court, a portion of the spoil collected at St. Albans had been restored, then to mark further the feeling of the country, and then to avoid anything in tho na ture of offence, the Parliament almost unanimously voted a Mini to indemni fy the sufferers. Again, tt was complained that simi lar outrages might occur, and the Gov enunentof Canada, anxious to prevent any possible case of difficulty, Itnmedi ate'ly placed n force on the front ii'r, not to protect the people of Canada, mark, but to prevent raids f.om Canada Into the United States. All these measures Involved the country In great expense and were caused wholly and solely by tue position in which the Northern Stales were placed in the rebellion The expenses swelled the cost of the militia from $80,000 or $00,000 to $.00,000, ami yet this great additional burden was borne by t.ie people without a murmur, so resolved were they to do tneir duty. Again, when the world was horrified by the assassination, tneUovcrnmcnt pass ed an alteration in the alien act, where by t lie Govern nent was enabled to de sire parties who could not properly ac count for themselves at once, to leave the province. This act was not passed on the requisition of the United States or the British Government, but by tho Government of Canada, unasked, in order to show their detestation ot flic outrage which had been committed. He would alsoallude to the fact, proven on the trials, that not in one instance was a Canadian subject, concerned in one of these outrages on American pro perty. (Chceis.) They wero wholly the offspring of Southern refugees in Canada, got up without the knowledge or connivance of the people here, and when discovered subjected to the sever est penalties the law allowed. Looking now at the other side of the picture he would ask what was the ourse of the U.iited States toward Can ada ? He was sorry to say that any one, inferring from the tone held in the press and by public men during period referred to, would have to acknowl edge that it was most severe and un warranted. They threatened Canada with retaliations for acts which she never committed. Early in tho war our intercourse and trade relations be came embarrassed by Consul's certifi cates, and a variety of other forms lending to make the interchange ot persons and pr perty with the United States expensive and dillicult. When the war was ended, from oi.e end ol the United States to the other, in all the piincipal cities around, men wero publicly drilled and organized with the avowed object of capturing Canada It was not discountenanced by tho United States Government as might have been expected. It was a fact that for months, aye, years, an organization of tho most formidable character was in the States around, lie would not say from tho ar senals of the United States but certainly having United States arms and drilled by United States ofllccrs. They held public meetings in which they stated their object to be tnc invasion and con quering of Canada. They entered the province in armed bands of thousands, and not from any want of will on their part, but simply for want of power, chey failed to deluge the western penin juhi with blood. When the invasion was ovethrown and not until then, did the United States Government stretch out a hand to help Canada. Was there no injustice nerev .vere not these claims mitcaa strong morally as any the Uni ted States Government could bring against Britain ? Having noticed the unfriendly atti tude of (he United States Government, Mr. Gait went on to say That if there weie any meaning in their acts, it is that they desired to make tho condition of Canada difllcult, unpleasant and dangerous to England and Canada. The United States repealed tho Reciprocity Treaty, refused to negotiate for its con tinuance imposed additional restrictions on commerce, and, Judging from tho tone of the press, Avera likely to perse vere In so doing. The course oi the United States Government appeared to be dictated by the desire to bring about Jie humiliation of England, through her dependencies on this continent. But lie did not believe tho plan Avould succeed England would not for a mo ment give way, and tho peoplo of Cana da Avould sustain her to a man, having repudiated tho idea that tho policy of Great Britain towards the Dominion was one of abandonment. Mr. Gait closed amid loud cheers. Mr. Cartwright and Col. Crew fol lowed in a similar strain. The l'iciiiier, Sir John A. McDonald, said that tho GoA'ernnicnt deserved the thanks of the House. Very few Avere aware of this correspondence, and its publication is calculated to have a most salutary effect in tho United States. The motion avus then agreed to. (Special correspondence of tho Transcript.) Letter from Xcu York. Ni:v York, 20th. silicosis. The Sorosis ten-dinner to the press Is tho latest social and I had almoit said political event here. The ladtes of that association gaA'c an entertainment at Delmonico's on Saturday evening,to tho gentlemen of tho press. Tho festh'o board avus a compromise betAvecu a late dinner and an early tea. Tho toasts, speeches, reception, general manage ment, and payment of bills wero all as sumed and admirably carried out by tho fair entertainers. Everything passed oft'plcasantly, but although nearly all the gentlemen guests Avero professional reporters, not a single speech of tho la dles has yet found its Avay into print. AMUSKMKNTS. There Is nothing specially worthy of noto announced in tno amusement line this Aveek. "With the performance of Satuulay night next, the Broadway theatre Avlll cease to exist. It is that old theatre on the corner of Broadway and Broome Street, Avhlch was originally built for John Brougham and avus known as Brougham V Lyceum." Subsequently old James Wallack se cured it, and under his management it i became the most jopular place ofi annif-ciiient In America. The enviable ' reputation it gained under the guidance i of the " old A-cteran " clung to It Avhen ' his son Letter allac"; assumed the 1 reins of management, and only depart-1 ed when Mr. "Wallaek Avas forced to comply with the requirements of the public and remove "up town" to his present locality. Since that (line Its fortune has been varied; at times a fit ful success Avould hover over It, and again the actors Avould play to a " beg garly account of empty benches." Mr. Barney Williams gal a, nized the corpse sufficiently to compel it to gh'e indica tions of life for the past year, but now even that fails, and the old Broadway is to be torn down, and stores will speedi ly unrp its place. tll'lt jM All K l"IV. With each succeeding year's return of warm weather comes the annual out break of disgust and Intl.gnalion at the condition of our markets, and particular ly the two known as Fulton and Wash ington. They would U: disgraceful to Canton, Cologne, Cow Bay, or any other place of odoriferous lnianiy. There they stand! AlonumentHof corruption political, municipal, piscatory, volatile, and vegetable ! Who will deliA'cr us '.' 1 NTKH iWVl NO TOl'lO. The Cuban insurrection, tho horrible Long Island accidents, the last case of outrages on seamen by a drunken cap tain and mate are among the subjects uppermost for discussion. The outlay of a small sum of money for a few good rails would have saved eight A'aluablo Ha'cs, and an Incalcula ble amou it of distress. One of our city papers demands better management ol our railioads, and more regard to the safety of human life and limbs. How wholesome Avould be the exam ple of a president of a corporation doing penunce in the penitentiary for man slaughter. It is said to be difficult, Avith our dopraA'ed judiciary, to coiwict the rich ; but if a whiskey dealer worth tAvo millions of dollars can be sent to peni tentiary for selling Avithout a license, why cannot a railroad president Avorth one million be punished for manslaugh ter. 1. Opium-Mutiny In Xcw York. LADIKS CSINO OPIUM The use of the pernicous drug is not confined to the men; there lire hun dreds and thousands of Avomeu avIio are in the daily habit of intoxicating themselves AVitn it, and they are lounu in all grades of society, but chiefly among those AVho are not dependent upjn their own exertions lor their sup port. Some of the tlrug stores up-town and in Brooklyn sell more opium to women then to men, the Litter buying enielly at down town shops. Not long ago a lady of one of the first families was arrested on the street lor drunken ness and locked up In one of the sta tion-houses. She had all the appearances ot being intoxicated and the police A'ery naturally concluded that she avus of fair but a Iran class, and the besj thing to do with her was to lock her up. It turned out on investigation that sncAVtis whol ly innocent of having swallowed fusil oil or anything of tho sort, hut hud only been indulging in opium. The atliur was hushed up. nnd the name of the la iy did not appear in print. '1'avo or three Cases like this have occurred, and some of tho police say that they hiiA'o made several arrests under the mistaken im pression that their subjects were suffer ing unuer too neavy stress oi AvnisKcy. Very few of the ladies Avho use opium venture into the street whi e under its influence, and the tact that these arrests occur in public, shows that the habit is very Aviuely spread. Many of those adicted to it conceal the fact irom their nearest friends, while others are in the habit of meeting in little parties and havinga social cucav, just assume of the ladies down couth u&eu to indulge in 'dips." Opium takes the place oi snuil', and the parties generally get up to u high pitch ot eutiuisiam. As opi um does not lead to a head-breaking and combatiA'c intoxication, like aviiis key, or other strong drink, tue fair crea tures do not, save in rare cases, disturb their neighbors whiie at tho opium seances. An exception is sometimes lountf ; there AA'as one a lew mouths ugo when the female iumates of a house on Fourteenth street fell to pulling each other's hair, and committing other broaches of propriety Aviiilo under the Influence on opium. But it must be re marked that they Avere not, vie best, tho possessors of good characters. OPIUM AMONG MUX. Men make less concealment of tho opium habit than Avcmen. and from their moro frequent mingling in busi ness affairs they are more liable to de tection. I know scA'eral men in busi ness avIio are In the habitual uso of opi um, a:id generally carry neat little lumps In their pockets. Tho uso of the drug gives tnem a sort of ncivousncss In their manner, Avhlcn Is probably tho llrstsign to bo discovered. Any metro politan reader of this can probably call to mind from ono to half a dozen men he has met, avIioso manner indicates that they are no strangers to opium. I know two editors avIio uso a good deal of tho drug; ono has not yet Impaired his faculties with it; though he will do so before long, tho other has taken so much of tho narcotic that his brain is fitupifled.and his thoughts often Avail tier. Stlil ho Avrlte3, and often brilliant ly, and none avIio read his productions would imagine that they camo f.om n head that Is frequently moie than tAvo t birds insensible, Avhilo tho body to Avhlch it belongs Is in full activity. Rochester Chronicle, "NcA'or mind, avo shall find out when we make the post mortem examina tion." The sick man did not smile. Always caieh a lady Avhen she faints, but do not rumple her hair; it makes her " come to " before she is fairly ready. 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Suth W, FowLUit Co., lioston, Having been much benefited by tho uso of D11, Wistau'h Balsam or Wild Cumiuv, I cheerfully add my testimony in favor of its great curative powers. Somo tlyeu year since I was attacked with u severe Cough, soreness and irritation of tho Lungs, to which was added Avlhma in a severe form. During tho llrst year I tried several of tho most popular niediciiis ot tho day, but re ceived no real relef, and I hud almost despair ed of ever regaining my health, when I was in duced to try D11. Wistau'h Balsam ok Wild CiiKiutv, which very soon relieved 1110. My cough became loose, tho soreness and irrita tion duapacarcd, and my general health began to mend, I continued its use. and a few bottles restored 1110 to bettor health than I over hoped to enjoy again, I believe tho Balsam to bo tho most reliable remedy that can bo found' Yours, truly, MRS, ISAAC MOORE. , Prepared by SETII W. FOWLE k SON, 18 uromont 51., uosion, ami ior saio ny Druggists gcnorally. 2C5-4w Gll.VCE'j t'KLKHUATKU SALVK. AVe are constantly hearing favorable reports from those who havo tried this romedy- Amy Anthony, wlfo of Mark Anthony, of this city, aud living at No. G Locust Street, alUicted with a felon on tho linger, was recently induced to make a trial of tho Salvo, Almost instantly sho experienced relief from tho pain, which had been almost unendurable. Every other remedy hut this proved unavailing. Tlio'jo who havo tried it onco aro uatisliud of its merits, and nothing will induce them to bo without a wp ply. Fall ltiutr Netcx. 2C5-4w B OYH Over Coats of all kinds at YM. H. SMITH, & CO'S, TO FfiMAZiZlS. Dft. 1'ltKD'K MOltltILL, Physician and Sin genu, gives exclusive, attention to Discuses ol women. He has inado diseases of woman hix study for the pant twenty years. His practice has been vivy extensive both in Hospital and ill private practice. His reputation has vouchers m all tho city papers, his patients, and Hie medi cal profession, both here and abroad, as being the most skillful specialist h, re, and a thorough master of all sexual diseases. Dr. Morrill is admitted by the best medical talent of the country to have no equal in the treatment of Female Complaints, and it is no un usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac tice to recommend patients to him for treatment when alUicted with diseases in Ids speciality. Ladies will receive the most scientitlc atten tion, both medically and surgically, with private apartments during sickness, and' with old and experienced nurses, if they wish. The poor advised free of charge. Physicians or patients wi-hing his opinion or advice, by let ter, and enclosing the usual fee, will be answered ( by return mail. 1 Medicines sent to all parts of the country. Ottlce. No. 4S HOWAHD STHEHT, 214-lv lioston Mass. XI-: W A I) VIM TIN EM KXJS. SAVE YOUR MONEY, TROUBLE, DELAYS and EXPENSES AX) TAKE YOU! t'OMFOHT aoxa west by the Northern Transportation Go's. TWO DAILY LINES or , jsasS: STEAMERS oBj , Day Boat and Night Boat ! With twenty llrst class Steamers, only six days through to ! MILWAUKEE AND C L L I C A G- 0 WITHOUT HMMiK OF BOAT. First Class Tickets include Meals and State Rooms. Leaving Ogdcnsburgh every day, (Sundays excepted,) on ariival of noon trains for Clil CACiO, MILWAUKEE and intermediate ports, without a change nt boat; ami eveiy evening (Sundajs exepted) for Cleveland. Toledo, De tioit and intermediate ports. Passengers and families moing West can embark with their Engage, Joauix, Stock, Ac, and hind together without disturbance or Transhipment at theii port of destination, thus avoiding the great inconvenience of tho many changes expenses and delays of other routes. These Steamers have large Cabins and State Rooms, amply and neatly furnished lor First Class Passengers and Families who may wish to furnish their own provisions. No ellbils will be spared to niaiirain the icp utation of this as tho Cheapest and Best Route ! Be sure and see tho Agents of this Lino be fore you buy your tickets. r)"Truhty men wi'l always meet Passengers at tho Depot in Ogdensbiirg". to take checks and re-check Baggage for this Line. Abk for tickets via tho NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION CO'S Steamers, the only American Lines leaving Ogdenshurg. We mil make it to the interest of every Trav eller to see tho Agents of this Lino be tore pur chasing elsewhere. One hundred pounds of baggage free to each passenger. BayycHje Cluvkerf Tlinnnjh ! all 'hints. Through Tickets to all Points in the Oreat West, North West and South West, cheaper than the cheapest, on application to (i. A. EDDY, Managing Aneiit. Ollice :Steamers Landiiif;, Ogdenshurg, N.Y. GEO. W.'SWITH, Geii'l Ticket Agent, Ollice; Cor. Ford and Patterson Sts, opposite Johnson House, Ogdenshurg, N.A'. H. J. GOODNO, Passenger Agent. -201 We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper that we Buy Rags, Make Paper, Sell Books, Sell Stationery, Bind Bookn, Behind old hookr, Do .lob Printing, Supply Printers, Supply Merchant, Contract with Authors, Contract with Publishers. Contract for Stereotyping, Buy old Paper nnd Hooks, Buy Woolen Rags, Publish Fowio's Speller, Publish tho Vermont Speller, Publish Walton's Register, Publish Prayer Books, Publish tho Vermont Directory, ' Publish New Hampshire Directory, Publish other Books, Employ Tvpo Setters, Want Money and will bo glad to hear irom you in tho way of Jiii.i-iiiej-'x. Address, the CLABEMONT MANUFACTURING CO. 252-tr Clarcniont, N. H. 1 REAT reduction in prices at tho Clothing JT Store, No. 2 Daivow Block, on account of our having adopted the CASH PLAN of doing business. Call aud sco for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere. No. 2 Darrow Block, t277-2nt L. McD. SMITH A Co. Olalm Atcenoy, BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol diers who havo served thrco ycar and havo received but f 100 bounty from tho United States, or who, having enlisted for tlireo years, wero dis charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en listed fin- three years, under a promise of only ilOO bounty, and whodiod inthoservico, aro en titled to an additional bounty of ONE II UN DBED DOLLARS I All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to the loss of hand?r foot, are entitled to a large increase or pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors are entitled to an bcroasod pension of two dollars peruioiith forcaoh child under sixteen yeara ot ugo. Claims of tho above nature, and for arrcam of pay, olllccrs' extra pay, for horses lost in tho U. S. 'sorvico, commutation of rations of prisoiifru of war and prize money, will bo promptly prose cntod by application liv letter, enclosing dis charge irom service, will ho attended to and the necessary papers returned to pllcant for Big natures, Ac. E.A. SOWLES, Ollleo ovortho First National Bank, St. Albans, Aug. l7th,18UC. 12.VW "t O tc AVM. N. SMITH, A Co. for good bar JC gains in clothing and Hats and CapB, ani everything in their lino,