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ST. ALHANtf, VT. Satukday, MayI, 18(ii). Mr. (J alt h Speech . Thu Cimudinn ptipers, ko far im we hn o noticed, generally upprovu of Mr. Gait's spcech.wlthout a why ora where fore. The Montreal Herald 1h nn ex ception, and thinks that the subject of Mr. Gait's speech was not treated In such a manner as to m.tlsfy the Intelli gence of the hearer or reader. It regards the observations which Mt. Gait made on the contrast between the conduct of Canada to the United State;', and the conduct of the United States to Canada merely as introductory, though not without its Importance, yet they did not tell the whole truth. The Canadian Government, it admits, did do their whole duty, but " they permitted and raully encouraged a daily iasuo of tho most offensive abuse of the United States Government and Its cause. In journals which, on every petty question of party politics, they show themselves quite able to control." Tho appearance of this abuse in ministerial papers, sup ported by speeches in ''arliament from the same party, which were never re buked or contradicted by the Ministers themselves, furnished good cause to the people of the United States to be Hovo that the Canadian Government was their bitter enemy. We give entire the eloping portion of the Herald' article: Comparing all that was done in Cana da, however, to the Fenian movement, there can be no hesitation in awarding the palm of wickedness to the latter. Yet in comparing the course of the two Governments in dealing with the un friendly acts done within their borders, we shall not be just if we do not re member that the Fenian movement was one of a much larger kind, and much less easily controlled than the movement of tho few refugees who abused our asylum during the war. We must remember also that ta dy as was the intervention in our behalf of the Government at Washington, it was still, like out efforts to prevent Confederate mischief, sufllciently effective to elicit the thanks of the liritish Government. Wc say this because we do not believe that anything Is gained by deluding ourselves with false views of the past , ()ut thereal interest of Mr. Gait's speech Was of course in Mint part which dealt With the present and the future, and therein we wish he had been nble to place before our judgment a clear Image f oqr true position, unembarrassed by the cross lights which leave us at the end in a logical bewilderment, which may only too clearly indicate a danger ous political and international bewil derment hereafter. If, said tho honor able gentleman, in substance, the Unit ed States have cause of complaint against Great Britain, they should not make us bear tne penalty, wo nave an independent Parliament, and a res ponsible Ministry ; ami sue manages nor foreign policy at nor own cost. 11 that were truly so, the conclusion that an American quarrel with England should not be avenged upon us would be irresistible ; and Mr. Gait, speaking like a Canadian, fairly established his point. But presently ho began to feel like an Imperialist, and then expressing his be lief that England would not make fur ther concessions on tho Alabama ques tion, he uttered, among the cheers of the House, tho confident opinion that in case of need wc should afford her all the aid military aid was meant which was in our power. Wo suppose we should, and that, wc take it, indicates for good or for evil the real position ol this country. Futile our assistance might be utterly ruinous, perhaps, to ourselves and embarrassing or mischie vous to the mother country but it would, nay must, be rendered. That being the case, it is silly to amuse our selves with talking of ourlindependencc in merely Internal matters, since it is external relations alone which are real ly in question, and in respect to these we are as much a part of England as the city of London -to partake ot her glories but also to bear the chief brunt of her trials, if these should occur upon this continent. In our commercial relations to foreign countries, no less than in our military relations, we must take the consequences of our true position. The real statesmanship of the hour is to do llne, if needful to modify this position ; but to adopt such a policy as shall be in conformity to it, not to make speeches which conceal tho real character of our status, aud set us wandering after mere phantoms. 1'crsonal. The Moutpelier Aryan thus speaks of the new Assistant Supeiintcndent of the Vermont Central Itailroad : Ambrose Arnold, Esq., formerly of Westminister, and more recently of Waterloo and St. Johns, C. E., has been promoted from division buperiu tendent of the htanstcad. Shcfford and Chambly rullroad to bo Assistant Gen eral Buperintenuani 01 uio vexmom Central line, a very respectable placo. Our llrst knowledge of Mr. Arnold as a railrau man was ns conductor on tne Sullivan railroad, in which position he was one of the most popular men who ever ran into Bellows i. ails, uminis re tirement theretrom wns tho causo of universal regret in that region. After a few years employment in other pur sclts at the West, he resumed his on ductorship on the Sullivan, and after wards filled tho same position on tho Central. Irom whence no was promoted to tho place ho now vacates to assume the still more honorable and responsible one made vacant by the recent deceaso ot ii. li. Liockiin. a gentleman wnere ever he Is placed, capable and faithful always, lie brings to his new position a tnorougu Kuowiedgooi railroading ami. an inteirritv of character unquestioned by any. a mature judgement, and a knowledge of men that cannot fall to make him a valuable omciai in tne management of the Central. VEEMONT DAILY T.KA.3STSOKIPT. MAY 1, 1869. T "It Tt('..)...1. -.11.. . r I .P. 1, JllCKOli, lllie UII.V ClUllv Ul JJlll- liugton has resigned the office of Clerk of the City Court, and Judc Shaw has appointed Win. II. Root to tho position, who thus succeeds Mr, Illckok both as Clerk of the City and of tho City Court. A a recent meeting of the officers of the "Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Itailroad Company," George II. Catlin, Esqi, son of Lynde Catlin of Bhorohnmt Vt., was chosen their attorney for the ensuing year. It Is stated that Gen. St. John B. h. Skinner, late Assistant Postmaster-General is going Into tne claim business in Washington. T. II. Cooper, Sta.ion Agent at Islnnd, Pond has been promoted to Asst. Superlntendant of the G. T. It. from Portland to Bichmond, P. Q. Abbot who wanted to glvoSprague of llhode Island the ihrashing which many think he richly deserved, is six feet high and weighs about two hun dred pounds. Senator Sprngue is live feet six weighs one hundred and twen 11 ve pounds. Abbot, is a native of New Hampshire, and has been connected with, the New England press. He com manded a Now Hampshire regiment with credit during tho war, and at its close settled In North Carolina, Gen. Paine, of Wisconsin, who suc ceeded Mr. Dawes as Chairman of the Committee on elections, seems to have got enough of it. He says in a recent letter: "If this business of 'going to Congrerss" had ever been attractive to me, my observation and experience dur ing tho last ninety days would have very effectually dispelled the illusion. I will work zealously and faithfully two years more, as a 'scrvent,' and then I propose to resume the dignity ol a 'sovereiun.' and 'stay at home.' I shall not lie a candidate for re-election." Letter from llicli moiid. Richmond, Va., April :27th. Dcau Transcript : There is little material for a letter from this point aside from politics. More than a week ago, it was an nounced thiough various sources that the President had fixed upon the 27th of May for the election in this State, still no order has been issued and no movement made by the military author ities to arrange matters by ordering a new requisition. It is tho nnxiety of all parties that before June the contest may be over, and the fate or fortune of Virginia nettled. The delay is unex plained, though many surprises are ex pressed widely differing ; but, let the cause be what it may, the Republicans are confident and quiet, while tho Con servatives are wildly striking at each other, showing a weakness in the camp that renders their party more and lmic nervous. You may have seen the so-called Re publican split mentioned, and if so, no doubt, greatly exaggerate the strength of the Walker ticket. It is no split at all. It is the same old battk over again the Walkerites being nothing more or less than disguised rebels. Of course, there are exceptions men among them who were, or were supposed to be, strong Union men during the war, but the mere fact that they are arrayed against the good principles of the Republican party should bo enough, and Is, for any sane man. There is ratlier strength to the true Republicans in this now move ment. for while they take but little away from us, they serve as another source of distraction to our opponents, and will draw off one third of their mini bers, and will split them up still more If the Conservative Convention on the 23th inst. endorse Walker, one third of the party will not vote atall. This will be shown by the declaration of the Ev- aminer of a week ago, when it says it wojld be better that every Virginian, of whatever age or sex, better be shot thun that they should support Republicans under whatever shade or banner, and promised to bolt if the Convention en dorses that ticket. But, come what may, what obstacle or enemy, under any guise, the true Re publicans will stand firm, and if wo do have an election, victory will, we trust, attend it. Col. Forney, with a large party Jof northern tourists passed through Rich mond last week, stopping for a short time. They called on Gov. Wells and Gcn.Cnnby,and to the latter the Colonel expressed himself as finding tho politi cal condition entirely different from what he expected. Bsforo leaving Washington, he had been in doubt as to the real complexion of the parties of this State, but since had become a Wells man. Ho said the pcoplo of tho North had nn cxtrnvagaut Idea of tho strength of tho Walker fraud, and had been de ceived by tho reports sent abroad. That Hunnlcutt was with thorn sowed to mis lead many, they not knowing that he has no influence hero whatever. Their visit will bo productive of the happiest results. It is reported that Judge Redfleld will soon come to Virginia and settle, and that he is a prominont candidate to the appointment of Judge of the Supremo Court of Appeals. How this may be, f cannot, of course, sy ; I have heard, however, many members of tho bar express themselves strongly in favor of the appo'ntment, C, ' Tli'' Ciiturc Prirrstmry, On tho night after tho battle of Five Forks, Grnttt sat outside his tent, about twenty miles west of tho James, waiting for news from Sheridnn. Meade's ar my and Ord's stretched in front of tlie long lines around Petersburg, which had withstood tlu in so long. Another Hank movement was making, hut thus lar with u no success, tiki weather had been miserable; the rains .were vl - olent, the road almost impassible; hor ses and cais ons and army wagons lloun - dercd in the quicksands. As far as X o, I 1, I n. W,nr..l i, l.nT 11 . lnr. ,.i ..... ..1....I .. t I fight! re; to dealt him the hoping to get back before Grant could PVi.iMti.nt. mi n.l.liilnn,.! ,.nn i.. ti.. iKeii lront ever, sent an additional corps to the support of Sheridan, and, at nine o'clock in the evening, was waning lor details of the battle. He sat wrapped in the soldier's blue overcoat, which lie wore in t.wit cam paign. Two or three stair officers were near, gathered round a camp-fire in the wet woods. Two had remained all day with Sheridan, so as to report to the General-in-Chiel the result of the light at the earliest monie it. One of them had aheady returned, bringing wod of success, how complete was not yet known, Finally, the other arrived with a full report from Sheridan. Ho was in great excitement, having ridden hard, ten miles or more, from the field of victory. Five Forks win-won. Grant listened calmly, only now and then interrupting the ollicer to ask a question. When all was told, he rose, without saying a word, entered his tent, where a candle llickcrgd on the table, invito.' no one to j 3in him, but wrote a dispatch in sight of the officers outside, and gave it to an orderly. Then, com ing out to the fire again, he remarked as calmly as if he were saying " It is a windy night," " 1 have ordered . n at tack all along tho lines to-morrow at daybreak." When one remembers what tuat incut, how many such at tacks had been made, and how often with little result; in what light the North had come to regard these assaults upon fortified works; how disastrous repulse would have been at that junc ture to Grant, with a part of his army ton miles away, tho promptness of the decision can be better appreciated. But Grant felt that the hour and tho oppor tunity had arrived ; ho had that intui tive sympathy with his soldiers which every great commander feels ; he know that they must bo inspired by Sheri dan's victory as much as the Rebels would bo depressed, and now was tho time to take advantage of this fueling, and n.ako the final assault. At four o'clock next day, the works of Peters burg were carried. From the Atlantic Monthly for May. A Card from Col. Cioddard. Col. Goddnrd, who feels himself in jured by Senator Sprague's renurks re specting tho First Rhode Tslnnd Regi ment, has publish d the following card : To thcJfon. William Sprayue, U,S. Senator from Ithode Island: Availing yourself of vour position in the United State Senate, and abusing us privileges in a uase and cowardly spirit, you have in your speech of the 8th Inst., charged me with having de- serte.i my post in the hour of ( anirer while a member of the First Rhode Is land Regiment. General Rurnsidc having, over his own signature, denied the truth of your ..ssertions. it remains for mo to pronounce von before tho world, and with a full apprehension of tno words i iiSv1, a liar, a calumniator, and a poltroon. I am, &c, FUAXCIS W. GODDAUD, late 0 plain Carbineers.First Rhode Island Regt. Providence, April L'4, 1809. A "liar, a caluminator, and a pol troon !" Well, these are pretty strong epithets, hut tho Colonel has "a full ap p lehcnsicn of the words." Col. God. dard has a good military record. After the term of service of the First Rhode Island had expired, he enteied the vol unteer forces as an Assi taut-General, and rose to tho distinguished position of chief of that branch of the staff in tho army oi tno uumueriand. lie was held in high estscm by Gen. Roscernns, Gen. Thomas and all the officers of that army. It remains to bo soon whatkind of a reply Mr. Sprngue will make to tho "card." Cliaiitpayne, Champagne Is a very " fashionuble " drink in this country, aud simply for the reason that it is expensive. If it could bo purchased for twenty-five cents a bottle, it would soon lose its "virtue." Are drinkers of champagne aware that, oi tne minions ot homes that are annually consumed in this country, but a yery small proportion 'ever saw Franco ? Such, however, ia tho fact. It is manufactured, not only in this country, but in France and Belgium, in largo quantities, by chemical processes and without coming in contact with a drop of tho juice of the grape, from tho champagne or any other districts. An exchange says : A circular lately issued by a firm of Belgian chemists oilers for $20 to rovc.'.l tho secret of producing "Grand Mouf.seux, first quality, tho fabric price being only from seven to eight centimes per bottle" that is to say, tho wine costs about two cents a quart, but tho bottling, with coika and tin-foil, lalsoB tho price lo nearly six cents, The estimate Is thus inado up ; Raw materials, CO francs; corks, tin j mr at Dinwiddle, and Lee had " .... .7. ' . 7, "'""V."" itei.ou around almost to u rant's rear ' N, : , .., ., , . ,; '?' ,', v,V,, strike at Shcridan.-had. Indeed. . V. v.i .. .L.IU ..mrtH m,j l5' (, Nml a hervy blow. But to tin this ! 4 '.. " T 1 .' " , i enemy had to div.de his own force ' 'Vr...'"?. V 1 " 1 . ' ,s 'Vv'V ' l,.,u niwi twlnn If. frnnes! wnircs. 1 dnva'"0 P. Try a box of Poland's Plantain " ;;;'.'," J wont, O iriliics; i,uuu uumt-o, iui, yvr 100, 1C0 francs; total, 240 fmncs per 1,000 bottles. "In selling the 1,000 hot- lies at 1 franc each, one realizes a profit of 70(1 francs." The composition of the wine Is, of course, secret; but I. is "produced by Infusion, Is clear, very fermenting, has the taste of tho true champagne wine, and belters in getting old." The American dealer In thl champagne (Grand Mousseux) ought to he able to retail it at 20 a bottle, In- Uteud of $.1 or S4. 1 ' , , V' , 1 fci'HJNa. Josh Billings gets oil" tin ' following apostrophe lo Spring : ' is mutch U-UUl, V " 'I" 11 ,tl,( 1 ' Now may lie seen the niuskeetc-r, that gray outlined crit tor of destiny, solitary and alone, exam ining his la. t year's hill, and now may be hems, with the linked ear, the hoars shnnghigh, bawling in the barn yard. The premature loss of the hair and it- unfortunate tendency to turn gray at an early period, both fi.tal to beauty, can only be prevented by the use of that truly celebrated preparation, " Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorative," decided by all connoisseurs the mosL elegant and efi'ectlve rcnower and dressing In the market. Philadelphia J'i-cm. To theweak, the worn, and the weary, the editor of the Boston h'caordcr says n.in 1, ,,,l,...itl... t.1, mend the Peruvian Syrup, a protected solution of tho protoxide of iron, to all the weak, the worn, and the weary, having richly experienced its benefits It possesses all the qualities claimed fo r it by its piopriofor." "If men or women could but find the fab'ed fountain which Is said to restore health, and strength, and beau ty, with what eagerness they would rush to drink its waters." It is found in the S. T. 1800. The sale of tho Plantation- Bittkks is without a precedent in the history of the world. They are at once the most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis covered. It requires but a single trial to understand this. Maoxolia Watbh. Superior to tho best imported German Cologne, and sold at half the price. d & w. Jgtyrrial Notices. Tiventy-JTre J ears I'ravtlee. In the Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe males, hab placed Dr. Dow at the head of all the physicians making such practice, a specialty, and enables him to Kuarantcii a sjie.edy and perman ent euro in tho worst cases of Suppression and all other Menstrual IhrunrvmcHs, from what ever mM All letters for'advico must, contain $1. Oilice, No. !l Kndicott Street, Huston'. Jf. 15". Hoard furnished to those rioairinx to ro maiii'iindef treatment. hoston. Julv. 1808. 22G lvrdiw Jackson's Catarrh Snuff AND TROCHE l'OWDKK, IVKI.iaUTlH'I. AX1) l'l.KASAST HKJ.KIIV IN" C'atarrh, Jfradavhe, Jlad Breath, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bron chitis, Cotiyhs,J)aef ncss, d-c., . And all Disorders resulting from COLDS iu IIKA1), TlIltOAT ami VOfAI. OUG.V.VS. This liemedvdi.es not 1KY IIP ji Catarrh hut IiOOSEiJS it; frees tho head of all of. I'ensivo matter, quickly romoviiifj had lireath aud Headache; ulluy and siioUm tho Inirn liiS licul in Catarrh; is so mllil and iijiicc able in its effects that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING! As a Tioelu- Powder, is pleasant to tho taste, and never nauseates; when hwallowed ir.stantly gives to the Throat and Vocal Organs a DELICIOUS SENSATION of COOLNESS ami COMFORT. is the best Voice Tonic in thu world ! Ti 11 ! Sale, UillaMc, ami only :.' t t-Hts. Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, address COOPKlt, WILSON A- CO., dl!)2iv2W.(im Prop'rs, Philadelphia. At wholesale by all Patent Houses, and ic tailed by dniggietH everywhere. i ii rm in a 1 1 (i ii. INFOKMATION guaranteed lo produce a luxu riant growth of hair upon a bald head or a beardless face, also u recqio for tho removal ol pimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., on tho skin, leaving tin) samo soft, clear, aud beautiful, can bo obtained without charge by addressing TUOS. P. CHAPMAN, Chemist. (iC-ly 821) Hroadway. New York. Errors of Youth. YOUNG MEN tho experiunco of years has dcmonstra'ed the fact that rclinucu can bo placed in tho efficacy of HELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS For tho speedy and permanent euro of Seminal Weakness, tho result of Youthful Iudiserctiou, which neglected, ruins tho hnppiucs, and unfits tho sufferer for business, social society or mar riage. They can bo used without detection or interference with business pursuits. Price ono Dollar per box, or four boxes for three dollars. If you cannot procure thcBo pills, c-neloho tho money to Ujiva.n A Co., Ul Cedar Street, Now York, and tliey will ho sent by retui n mail, wum. bi:au:i Private circulars to gentle men sent free on application ; enclose stamp. 18'j80d-w218-ir Lad ies, TF you reipiiro a desirable lomedy, uso tho belt. 1)11 JlAltVETS FEMALE PJLhS Four degrees stronger than they are intended for special cases, rnicu ONE DOLLAll l'KH nox. Private circulars scut free. Encloso stamp. If you oannoi, procuivu Uio pills, encloso tlio money and address HHYAN & CO, Ul Cedar Street, Now York, mid on receipt thoy will bo sent well sealed by return mail. 18M217 ly. J- Ointment. ThobesMivo in tho World. Tako no other, but insist on having this. For salo by all Druggists nnd Country Dealera. DJ.W. l'ULAND.s Manufacturer, twill. tmtii.ui.j tiiii. r. nnn ...... ..1.1 . ...i . in 1 1 w j l ins. iiiiii mid ii v fi 1 1 1 irri wiiimiiii MANHOOD HOW LOST, i-HOW RESTORED. Tt'SL published, a now edition of Pit. Cn J vntlWUI I.'h Cl'I.KtlltATF.li Ksswiin tln l-n.U. cut ctuo (without medicine) or KpcnimtoiTlKi'a, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal I.OHMV, Iniimteney, Mental and l'hvxieal Iuea liaeity, Impediments to Starring-," .Ve., also, CoiiHiiiniitlon, Kpili'imy and Fitx, induced bv Hell-indulf,'oncu or sexual oitravngnnce. ttA. I'fice, in a scaled envelope, on v OccnU. The coleliralcd author, in t(ii admirable en bay, oleavly demonstrates lVom a thiitv years' HtieccHHful practice, thai (lie nlanuiiiK conse quence of selt'-abUHO may be radieallv cured without the dangerous me ot iutonial modi c i.e or the app.ication of the knilu ; poiutinji out a mode of cure at once simple, ceitain, and cflect mil. by means, of which every MiilVei er, no matter what his condition muv he, may euro himself cheaply, privatolv, and' isdieallv. KDuTlil i'ct ute should be in the hands of ovciy youth and every man in the land. Sent, under seal, hi u plain envelope, to ntiv aidless, jk.;hV, tin ti ipt of fl cents, or tw'o post stamps. Also, Dr. Ciilvet well's "Jlnf. ri.iRe duide," pi ice 2.V. Address the publish, ers. CHAM. J. U. KMXK A CO., 12" ISowcry, New York, Post Ollico JJoj; 1.5SU "XYNCKll, SCliOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVEU KJ Complaint, lthnuuialidui, Neuralgia, .Vc.j cured. A Hook of 100 pages, sent frte to inva lids. Address 1!. GHEF.NE, M. D., I Temple Plncc Huston, Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. For the euro of Cuuphs, Otitis, Jharsimss, Astlilua, InjhiviiM, Ooii, Whvopintj Cough, Jlroiujtitis J'rctlisposilhui to Cnsuii)t!fiii, (:, This great remedy is too mill 1. noun aud is perfo' ining too much good to make it nccer sa ry to go into an elaborate discussion of its mer its. Sullice it to say that it still maintains its supremacy iu curing diseases of. the most ob stinate eharatef, and that nil ho sillier front the above complaints, after having tested this remedy, seldom have occasion to lesort to other applieanees to itiMire a perfect restora tion to health. I'ltOM MHS. ISAAC MOOltE. Iili'iiJioxi), Yt,, Juno 211, lSOU Messrj. Sum W, Fowli; ,V Co., Uoston, Having been much benefited by the use of Du. Wistau'.s Hai.saji; or Wti.n Cnnnitv, 1 cheerfully add my testimony in favor of its great curative powers. Soino threo yearn siuco I was attacked with a severe Cough, soreness aud irritation of tho Lungs, to which was added Astlniut in a severe form. During the first year 1 tried several of tho most popular mcdiciiis ot the day, but re ceived no real relet', and I had almost dopair ed of ever regaining my health, when I was in duced to try Du. Wihtau'm H.w.sam sv Wii.u Cinniuv, wliich very soon relieved me. My cough became loose, the soreness and irrita tion ilisanaeareu, anil my general health began to mend. I continued its use. and a few bottles restored mo lo better health than I ever honed to unjoy again. 1 believe tho Halsain to be the most reliable rciuedv that can bo found Yours, truly, MHS, ISAAC MOOltE. Prepared by SETH W. F)WLE ,t SON, IB Xrimiont St., Hoston, and for salo by Druggists generally. ii.i-iw "It Works like a Charm." ltenni's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Head ache. ltcnne's Pain-Killing Magiu Oil cures Tooth ache. Ileum ' Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Neural i:ia. ll-jiino's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Cholera jM.H'llllS. Honne's Pain-Killing Magic 4)il cures Hheu mutism. Ilenno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Lame ness. ltcnne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Skin Diseases. Somo folkB seem to bo proud of telling how "lame their shoulders are" of my crick in the back" or, "I have got the. Sciatica" and do light in braflging that "nothing oanVuro me!" but when wo got such "uwlul folks" to uso Heene's Pain-Killing Magie Oil, faithfully, wc not only euro their lameness anil charm awav their pains, but wo actually tako all that kind ol "brag out of them I', and thoy frankly own up aim say, "it wonts nuoa eiiarini" Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and Grocets. Sole proprietor awl manufacturer, Pittsfield Mass. 2111-eow-ly TO FEMALES. T15. l-'lt'WK MOHHILL, Physician and Sur- j-"'ii, Kiii-a exclusive uiieiiiiou 10 uucascs ot women. He has mado diseases of woman his study lor tho past twenty years. His practice has been ve -v extensive both in Hosnital and in private practice. His reputation lias vouchors in all tho city papers, his patients, and the medi um iiroiessiuii, ooiu ncio aim auroau, as ueing tho most skillful specialist here, and a thorough master of all soxual diseases. Dr. Morrill in admitted by tho best medical talent of tho country to have no eoual in the treatment of Female ComplaintH, audit is no un usual occurrence lor physicians in regular prac tice to recommend patients to him for treatment ...1..... n.ll.'...n.i ...in. .i:. i.. i.i ..!..:... iiiuii uiuiuii-d nuu iiiseitses in ins speciality. Ladies will receive tho most scientific iitteu Hon, both medically aud surgically, with private apartments during sickness, and with old and experienced nurses, if they wish. Tho poor advised free of charge. Physicians or patients wishing hia opinion or advice, by let ter, and enclosing the usual fee, will bo answered uy return man. Medicines Hent to all parts of tho country. Oftice, No. 48 HOWAHD STHEET, 211-ly Hoston Mass, SIXTY YEARS ! IiUli over bixty years, Du. S. O. ltn'tiAuu .soN'd Siimmy Wixk Urnxiis have been used by tho public to correct morbid and inac tive functions of tho human system. It pro motes healthy gastric secielions, corrects Liver derangement, relieves Costiveness and rheu matic affections, cures Jaundice, Loss of Appe tite, Kidney complaints, Weak Hack, Dizziness, Languor, Dyspepsia and its attendant symp toms,. Its valuable tonic and strengthening properties will invigorate tho convalescent, cleans tho Hlood from Humors, and will afford comfort and relief to the aged by stimulating tho constitution to resist its impending infirm! tics. Thousands of thu venerable population of New England aro sustained iu health,' their lilo prolonged, to enjoy vigorous and, happy old ago, by tho use of Dr. llieliimlHon'b Sherry Wine Uittcri-, Thu Heibs can bo obtained separately, and may bo prepared iu small ipiantities, iu water or with wine or spirit. PricoiOo per package, Ofllco, 3 Tremont How, Hoston, and sold by Druggists and Apothecaries. t2tifM3 CJIIACK'S C13I.KH11ATK1) SAI.VK. Wo aro constantly hearing favorable reports from those who havo tried this remedy. Amy Anthony, wife of Mark Anthony, of t'his city, and living at No, l! Locust Street, afilictod with a felon on the linger, was recently induced to make a trial of tho Salvo, Almost instantly sho experienced relief ti'oni tho pain, which had been ahuoht unendurable. Every other remedy hut this proved unavailing. Thotowho havo tried it onco aro satisfied of its merits, and nothing will induce them to bo without a sup. ply. Toll Miter 103. gW-lw SPECIAL SOTICES. MAITHOOD. IN the oung and rising generation, thuwgf tative powers of life ate strong, but in a few years how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye and emaciated hum, and tho inipossllillitv of application to mental elloi t, show its baneful inllnelicc. It soon becomes evident to the ob server that somo depressing inlluenco is check inn thedevelopment of tho body. Consumption Is talked of, and perhaps the youth is removed from Hchool and sent into the country. This is mm of the worst movement. Itcinovcd from ordinary diversions of the ovcr-ehunging scenes of the city, the powers of tlm body too much en feebled to give lest tohealthrul and rural oxer etee, thou.'hts are turned inwards upon them selves. If the patient be u iemalc, the approach ofthe menses is looked for with atixietv, as the last symptom iu which Nature is to hjlow her saving power iudilVusuig the circulation and visiting the cheek with the bloom of health. Alas I in crease of appetite has grown bv w hat it fed on the energies of the system are prostrated, and the whole economy is deinnged The beautiful and wondeiful period in wliich body and mind undergo so fascinating u change from child to. woman, is looked for iu vain ; the ii rent's heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies the grar but waiting for its victim. llclmbold's Extract lltlchu, for Weakness arising from excesses or early iiidiicretion, at tended with the following symptoms j Indispo sition to cxei lion, loss ot power, loss of mcnuirv, difficulty of breathing, general weakness, horror of disease, weak nerves, trembling, dreadful horror of death. niL'lit sweats. n!.1 W1. wilm. fulness, dininc s of vision, hmgour, universe lassitude of the mtitcular Mstein, often cnov moils appetite with dyspep'tie svmptoms, hot hands, llushing ofthe body, dryness of the. skin, pallid countenance and eruptions on tho face, pain in the back, heaviness of tho evelids, fre quently black spots flying before tho'eyos, with temporary sullocation and loss of sight, want pl'atteution, great mobility, restlessness, witli horror of society. Nothing is niorodesitablo to such patients than solitud.', and nothing they more nrend. for fear of themselves ; no repose of manner, no earnestness, no speculation, but a huirii'd transition from one ipiestion to an other. TI.ese symptoms, if allowed to go on wliich this medicine invaliably ivmovcn- soon follow loss of power, fatuity, and epileptic fits, in oni of wliich tho patient may expire. During tho superintendence of Dr. Wilson at tho ISloomingdafo Asylum, this sad result oc curred to two patients ; reason had for a time lctt them, and both died of epilepsy. They were of both sexes, and about twenty vears of age. Who can s.iy that these excesses are not fre quently followed by those din fill diseases of in sanity And consumption 1 The records of the insane asylums, anil thu melancholy deaths in consumption, bear ample witness t'o the truth of these assertions. Iu luuatio asylums tin most melancholy exhibition appoara. Tin countenance isaetn.illy sudden ami quite desti tute neither niirlh nor griuf ever visit it. Sh inld a sound of the voice occur, it is rureli articulate. With woeful nieaiiiies w.m despair Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled, Whilst we I egret the existence of the above diseases and symptoms, wo arc prepared to offer an Invaluable gift of chemistry for tho lemoval of tho consequences. Ilelnibold's Highly Con centrated Muid Extract ot Huchu. There Is no tonic like it. It. is an anchor of hope to the surgeon and patient, and this is the testimony of all who ltavi uied or prescribed it. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Piico -J1.25 per bottle, or (! bottles for (!.5i). Delivered to any addrcsii. Describe the symptoms in all communications. Address II. T. HELMHOLD, Ding and Chem ical warehouse, fl'Jt Hroadway, N. Y. None aro genuine unless done up in s'.eel-en-graved wrapper, with lac-simile ol'niy Chemical Warehouse, and Digued If. T. 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