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Blameless Prince, and Other noems," i niallshed
1" 1.. ~,.s ,i", fli,r.
The sunset darkens In 'he West,
The sea gulls haunt the bay.
And far and high the swallows fly,
uo watch the dying day.
' Now where is she that once- with m
lih" rippling waves would list? --"
And 11l for the song I loved so /Wag,
And the darling lips I kin:
Ten ;winkling sail may whiter gleam
• Than•falc n's snowy wing.
Her lances sr the evening star
Beyond e wares ma? ding; ' •
Flbst on a float, enchanted boat;
Hear true hearts o'er the main,
But I shallg uide thy helm no more,
Nor while r love again!
Bums co ty has a touch of oil fever.
CLesslc Gettysburg has a velocipede
Maer.vm;s firemen are exempt from
all city taxation. -
MCKi3AR BIICEEANAIq is with his datigh.
ter acting in Erie. '
DOYLESTOWN is trying have hydroid.
Water. We hope it will succeed.
MISS AUGUSTA DARGOR is to give a
rending In Johnstown early next month.
Ears, generally, seems pleased at the
appointment of Mr. I. B. Gars to the
postafflce at that place.
Two head of cattle and two dogs have
recently died of hydrophobia in the neigh
borb:oed of Norristown.
Tim Gmenvilie Argrus.has changed pro.;
prietom and improved in appearance. It
Is now as handsome a country paper as
anypublished in Western Pannsylvinia.
pos peatoMees at , Aluon'and BUN% i,
in / caster county; : were robbed B -
day week of a large amount of
.stanics and a couple of watches belongta
to official& t
idonorphela Republican sayi .
,Vanifie, in charge of the Baptie
Church, Olive Branch, was diamiew
from his charge on account.of conduct un
becoming a minister.- 1.
Mu. Thos. Warman, : of Connellsville,
foimerly , & lieutenant of the 14th Penn
sylvania Cavalry, has taken charge of the
scientific department of - the State Agri
cultural Farm at Indiana, t'a.
On Wednesday morning last the house
of Rey. John R. Snyder, one mile below
Richfield, was destroyedby fire. The
surance expiied about a month ago and
bad not been renewed.—Juniata /Sentinel.
Ow Wiwi:giver. the 81st of March, a
fire broke out In Montour, which con
sumed.aight houses and 'damaged many
others. The loss, about $25,000, is the
heaviest ever experienced by fire in Mon:
Tim Cazlisle Herald says: "It Ie ru.
mored 'that 'a party of gentlemen from
Lebanon county have been looking along
tbelline'of the South Mountain Railroad
with the intention of building large iron
THE newly incorporated woolen man
ufacturing company, at lJnicmtown, bas
purchased Bailey's old tannery which is
no* being thoroughly overnauled and
prepared for the reception of machinery,
which, it is hoped, will soon be in active
Tax Raftrinan's .leturnal says owing
to the cold and stormy weather that pre
vailed in this region for some days, raft
ing.was very much retarded. But now,
that pleasant Weather prevails, we
may expect that running will be resumed
with renewed vigor.
THE Mount Union New says that a lit
tle child of Mr. Allen Bell, in Barree
tevOnship, aged twenty-two months, on
last ; uesday a week, during the absence
, ita nxotheT for a few minutes, fell into
a ran near the house and was "drowned
before being discovered.
IT ie STATED that the Corry machine
works, which are now turning out 250
ClimaxmoWessa week, are to be enlarged
,'• employ one thousand men and
turn wit onetbousand machines per week.
By this calculation it takes one man just
a week to make one machine.
_DURING the last two weeks in March,
holes: than three men were killed while
engaged in driving logs in the Binnema.
_honing and its tributaries. Beveral
others have .also been seriously Injured.
We have not learned the names of the
killed or wounded.--Raftinuin's /eternal.
ON Thursday morning a girl about
finite= years - of age was drowned in the
Monongahela river near Port Perry. The
unfortunate girl was subject to fits, and
.it is supposed while walking by a steep
place on the bank was seized in a fit, fell
-into the river and was drowned. Her
body was recovered and buried on Friday.
Ax Piatkityrvrun there is at present
very little or no excitement among oil
operators or land dealers. ,About twenty
wells, have been abandoned within the
last three weeks, and drilling has been
,inumeuded on six or eight new wells dur
-Ing the same time, but there is, notwith
sidanding,_a goodly number of wells still
in process of drilling.
• iiv z -mums from the Middletown
- journal that on Tuesday of last week a
• pop ot seven young men started form
the neighborhood of the Cameron Fur-
Dade, at that place, in a small boat, or a
ride on the Swatara creek. The wind
was pretty heavy, and — their boat was up.
let, Land two of.the y, Simon C. &In
. merman: and Benjamin Fralich, were
..r:'011 April let, two , children of Prink
llliard, of - WaehluPon iewnehlP, Butler
, a?ttritYi aged respecuvely twelve or four.
teenend:two years, were -so badly burned
that death ended their sufferings on the
• Ibllnwinirmight. ! During the , absence of,
'their parehts they attempted to revive the
by potring petroleum on it, but the
tialiter communicated to the can and
therke tki the children's clothing. •
rTer, La wrence Journal of',New . Castle
says:" On Saturday of last ' week, While
James:Pollock, clerk in the drug store of
S. , llsKinley, in this city, was lifting a
'tattle from a shel,4 he accidentally struck
another containing aqua fortis, causing it
to fall upon his person. Some of the cot
tents fell upon face and neck, burn
ing bim, quitiseriously. His coat and
vest *ere totally destroyed.
A urns daughter of Hr. Joseph B.
Holloway,. residing about a mile from the
village ,of Douglassville Berke county,
t was terribly
bitten and injured.:by a rat,,
on Tuesday• night last. During the night
the:parents were roused by the screams
of. the little one, and on procuring a light
found it to be all over blood, the, palm
and two fingers of the left hand having
been badly gnawed, and the flesh eaten
by a rat. The face was also somewhat
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bitten. The child, which it only ten or
eleven months - old, will probably lose the
use of the two injured fingers.
War. Hrtx, a eon of... Jacob H. Hill, of
Oley township, committed suicide on
Sunday morning by hanging himself in
his father's stable. The boy was weak
minded, and seems to have been infected
with the suicidal mania pervading that
section of the county—this act of self
destruction making the third case of W
eide in that neighborhood within the last
few months. Young Hill was about six
teen years of age.
THE MiZtonian says an old neWspaper
published at Northumberland, sixty-five
years ago, gives some interesting items of
those times. The editor says: We no
ticed one thing in the paper that surprised
us. It was a statement that a lir.Coates,
of this State, had invented &mowing and
reaping machine for grass and grain.
The machine, it was claimed, would cut
the grain, lay it in regular order and rake
it into, sheaves at one operation, and
would do all this as fast as a horse could
walk. This is 8)3 much as the improved
machince of the present day claim to do.
McCormick and Manny must have got
their ideas from Coates' machine of 1804.
' YEBT&B,DAY morning about ten o'clock,
at Mahoney City, Hir m Ware, one of the
firm of Hoppes & Coproprietors of the
fl of that borough,
waskilled by a terrib e accident: It ap
pears that while tinting \ a bolt at
tached to one of th 6 ' 11 stones in the pit
of the mill (a dark dungeon filled with
cog gearings, ,belting . and drams,) he was
drawn into the machinery by, it is sup.
posed, the tail of his coat catching in a
belt. His head, above his nose, was en
tirely cut off. His skull was bfoken in a
dozen places, and strewn all over the pit.
:His brains were gathered up and placed
in his hat. Mr. Ware was about forty
five years old, and one of the most enter
=and highly respected citizens of
oy city.—Miner's.fournal, April 3.
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CANFIELD had several inches of snow
on the third. •
Wnzo P/GEONS ere very numerous in
TAB Ohio State Festival of Bong will
be held in Mansfield on the 19th and 23d
Younosrown is to have a fine new
hotel to cost, exclusive of the lots' on
which it is to be built, forty thousand
TnE number of marriages in Ohio, dur
ing the year ending July Ist, 1868, was
28,221, about 1,000 less than the preceding
year. The number of divorces granted
during the same yesir number 847, a de
crease of 120 as compared with the year
A cALL, signed by six hundred d
eighty persons, residing in,fifty-five un
ties in this State, has been Issued, 'ng
a State Temperance Convention t. meet
at Crestline on the 15th of April .r the
purpose of organizing a State Temper
ante party. /
JACOB ALBERT, who lives in Monroe
county, has succeeded in buying stock of
the people In tire southern part of the
county to the value of several thousand
dollars, with the proceeds of whfch he
has left for parts unkown, without pay
ing for the stock.
LAST Thursday Mrs. Stisan Moore,
aged about eighty-five years, residing at
Wellsville, was burned so seriously
that she died in a few hours. None of the
family were in the room at the time.
The inmates of the house and some of
the neighbors hearing screams ran id and
found her lying-on the hearth burned in
a shocking manner.
Ox Saturday a daughter of Elisha
Doudne, near Barnesville, Belmont coun
ty, went with a smaller brother to 1311 a
chicken; she was holding the chicken
while the little boy undertook to chop its
heed off with an axe; just as the boy was
about to strike the chicken threw up its
wings, frightened the girl, who threw out
her hand, and the descending axe struck
her arm at the wrist, severing her hand
from the arm.
lira want; informed the other day of
the birth of a child near Benacaville, this
conaty, that has feet like those of an
opossum, and a double hare-lip, with the
nose hanging doivn like the trunk of an
elephant. , The mother of the child says
during the earlier stages of her pregnancy
she was badly frightened by an opossum,
which, the Doctors say, was the cause of
the deformed progeny. At list accounts
the child was still alive.—Cambridge Jef
A. Providence (R. I.) letter to the Bos
ton Journal says: 'lda Lewis has again
distinguished herself by rescuing two men
from drowning. We cannot recollect
just how many she has saved from watery
graves, but we think the number is not
less than a dozen.. Her father is keeper
of the Lime Rock Lighthouse, located
near Fort Adams. Having been almost
a helpless invalid for a number of years
past, the labor indispensible to keeping
the light in proper order has devolved
upon his wife, who has found an 'able
assistant in his daughter Ida. The latter
jumps into her boat almost daily, regard
less of what the weather may_be, and with
a pair of oars, propels it to Newp3rt, dis
tance one and a half miles, in an incredi
bly short space of time. She has been
'brought up on the water,' as it mere, and
can manage a boat better than nine out of
ten of the male sex. In fact, she claims
that she . 4 aut row a boat faster than any
man in Newport, , and we are inclined to
believe her, having witnessed her manage
ment of one on several occasion. 'lda is ,
about twenty-three years °Page, "tall and
slender, but possessed of unusual courage
and endurance. She, never hears the
voice of distress, night or day, wlthont
jumping into her little craft and proceed- .
ing to the scene of trouble. She has en
countered' great perils in the prosecution
'of her humanitarian offices, but her great
tact and coolness have always been equal
to the emergency.
AT CADIZ,' Ohio, the other day, the
lean of the United Presbyterian church,
resolved to, surprise their pastor,. Rev.
Mr. Me loy, with a present of an elegant
dressing gowst. About the site it was
completed, the makers concluded to hold
a fair, and, believing some money could
be, made, and an additional compliment
conveyed to their pastor at the same
time, they put up the garment to be
"voted, on" at a quarter a 'head, expect
big; of course, that Mr. lfeloy would get
a biglnajority. it did not-ork that'Way s
however. On Counting the ballots' how
ever, it was found that Meloy had 105,
and Newman 216—Newman being a col
Anew Grace Darling.
PITTSBURGH 'GAZETTE ' TUESDAY, APRIL 13 1869,
giLeVs Have a Urink6::-Sesaethlng.HuHut,.:
an Absurd AmerleanlCustoam.
A temperance paper getabff the follow
The ridiculous, absurd American cus
tom of "asking" is responsible for seven
eighth—mind, we . say seven-eighths, and
mean it too—of all the liquor consumed
in this country. Abolish that custom to
day,and where there are eight barrels of
liquor drank now, there would be but
one. We believe this, and believe it
can't be gain -said. We appeal to an y number of drinkers . for their opinion in
matter. To this custom we awe our
"drinking between drinks," which some
wag, with more truth. than poetry in his
soul, said was the only thing that hurt,
or words to that effect.
• What a piece of ridiculous folly it is to
go into a place, if in the mood for liquor,
and to ask five or six acquaintances up to
drink with you; yet it is done all the
time, and by parties who, perhaps, wane
the money for stockings; but not to do it
when your acquaintances are about, is to
be looked upon as "small potatoes" and
few in the hill. Take the following as an
illustration of a delightful "fix" liable to
arise from this absurd custom: ,1
Yon feel in a mood for a glass, You go
for it. Meet a friend just -as you are
about to enter a i glu-milli and you'ask
him in." Enter, and he coined u n a
group of five or six of his friends,' ho
i i i,
have just entered and are conversing for
a moment. You arc introduced all around
by your friend. Where are you now?
With a dollar in your pocket and five or
six fellowß on your hands, only one of
whom you ever saw before, and morally
bound by custom and impelled by false
pride to ask thein to join you in 'a social
You can't getout of it; they know 'you
come in for liquor, and as your friend in
troduced you and didn't invite, why you.
must do the honors, and you say you are .
glad to see them (an infernal lie, by the
way) and ask them up. If you are
known at the bar, all right; if not, you
have to borrow of your friend: How's
that? Perhaps some of the party might
ask you some other time, but the chances
are they wouldn't know you from &baked
apple. A moat Absurd, dead fraud this
"asking" in connection with liquor. Do
we ask, coax, prevail on acquaintances to
go in and have neckties. gloves or boots
with us? "Come in and take a bottle of
wine with me?" men will say, and take
you by the arm, and in you go. Do they
ever say, "Come in and have a hat with
me?" Are you continually urged to eat
things? Do they ask you to take pocket
knives, lead-pencils, hair-dye. tooth-
powder, paper collars or umberellas with
them? No, this "asking" business is
.nfined to liquor. It is liquor liberality,
r. r a custom, rather, that extends itself to
no other article, if we except oysters and
,but in these it is limited.
Takes party of six Germans, who go
in for their lager. They sit down, and
each one drinks what he • wants and pays
for what he drinks. He isn't forced and
bantered because he does not drink
more. The same with Englishmen,
Frenchmen, and all other people on the
face of the globe, except Americans.
You-know how it would be with six of
the latter, did they go in for lager.
There would be thirty-six glasses drank,
or paid for, if not all drank, because each
must "ask" the others. Humbug !
Folly !" -
Imagine a case like this, did the "ask
ing" business extend beyond the confines
of liquor. Two gentlemen walking up
Broadway. One is attracted by a fine
display of bottles—no, boots, shoes, eto.,
in a window. "Bob, let's go in and bave
some boots." In they go. "Take bold,
Bob. What's your fancy?" t'Thank
you, Tom, but I'm not taking bootsjust
now." "Oh, get.in. Take hold. One
pair won't hurt you." "No, excuse me,
Tom." "Take something, Bob. Take
home a pair of boots for your wife. Don't
see me do this t4ng alone." Bob comes
down and takes* pair of boots. It's no
use. Who could withstand Tom'S ap
Cost of Recent ►are.
The following curious statistics are
published in a Paris paper of the number
of men killed in action between the years
1854 and 1868. The sum total in both
continents of human beings sacrificed to
Bellona is thus given: The war in the
Crimea, 748,900; Italy, 44,000; Schles
wig-Holatein, 8,500; North America,
281,000; South America, 519,000; Ger
many, 45,000; Asia and Africa, 95,000;
sum total, 1,786,400. Theexpenses
amounted to 47 miliards 870 million francs,
thus divided : Crimean war, 8,500,000,-
000 f.; Italian, 1,500,000,000 f.; Schleswig-
Holstein 180,000,000 f.; North • America,
23,500,000,000 f.; South America, 11,500,-
000,000 f.. Germany, 1,650,000,000.; Asia
and Africa, 1,000,000,000 f.; total, 47,-
A. PHILADELPHIA paper says: This
end of the Twitchell case closes one of
the darkest tragedies in the history of the
Quaker City, replete as her annals have
lately been with deeds 9f bloods. From
out the depths of her intense respectabil
ity and prim social life, where it had lain
dormant and unsuspected, suddenly
sprang this horrible Twitehell faintly. It
is now admitted that Mrs. Hill formerly
'kept a disreputable house In Washington,
and that her daughter was an illegibimate
child whose father was formerly' a mem
ber of Conyess from Ohio: This daugh
ter entered the Twitchell badly as house
keeper for the father, and, it is asserted,
maintained an illicit connection with blm
for several yearr before marrying the
son. The tragedy of to-day is regarded
as a sequel that blight hive been expected
from such a I etrospect as this: .
• Tan Wheeling Inteiikencar la informed
, that a short time since: an! opening was
discovered in the ground near Cranberry
Summit, which, on being enlarged and
cloired up; proved to be the entrance of
an old mine, in which were &covered
several old English' tools; on one'ef the
timber supperts of the roof of the mine
was found inscribed "1808."-. . 'A. Dirther
investigation led to the discoveiy that
this was a silver mine, which- had at one
time been worked. , 'Specimens have been
sent to Philadelphia for lissay, 'but we •
have not yet learned the probable 'yield.
Tusk isa girl in. Linn conntY, lowa,
sixteen years old, of whom the following
is narrated: For six weeks of the coldest
weather of last winter, during the .sick
nese of-her father and mother, she at
tended, carefully and well, foity-eight
sheep, seven beta of horses, twelve head'
of, cattleand tWo, : calves, besides 'milking
*4O, cows,,driVig the cattle a tillatiq of'
a mile every day to water, cleaning the
house-stable, doing the house-work and
taking care of her sick parents.
WELDON & KELLY,
lisatullietarers sad, Wbolesale Dealers is •
LIMA Lanterns, Chandeliers,
AND LAMP . GOODS.
ligp..przr4v - m, &o.
No. 147 Wood Street..
Sega= Between sth and 6th Avenues.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
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We are ow prepare sim p le.ply Ttnners and
Potters. It Is . perfect. and as . cheap as
the plain top. having the names of the various
Fruits -stamped upon the cover. radiating from
the center. and an index or pointer stamped upon
the top of:the can.
It is Clearly, Distinetly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the pol titer and 'sealing In
the on stomai7 aiannPr. I No preserver of =ft or
good housekeeper will use any, other after once
seeing It. .
W ALT :PALP
WINDOW' SHADES I ,
New and . Handsome Designs,
NOW OPENING AT
No. 107 Market Street
(NEAR FIFTH AVENUE,) -
Embracing a Wire and carefully selected stock
of the newest destine from the FINEST STAMP
ED GOLD to the !CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trade. AU of which we offer at prices that
will pay bayeia to examine.
ab 23 JOS. R. HUGHES dc 11110.
THE OLD PAPER STORE INI NEW MCA
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191' Ltberiy Street,
SPRING GOODS AMB.IVIISTO DAILY. mh6
M'PHERSON .& MUHLANBRING,
No. 10 Math (Late St. Clair) Street.
(Successors to W. 11. IkIcSIEE & C 0.,)
MERCHANT TAIL° . RS,.
Have Just received theli carefully selected stock
of Spring aad Summer t 1 °oda, and will be glad
to dhow or Department ld and new cestomers.
The Cutting wilt still be superin
tended by W. C. A. mujiLeignEnco.
I take pleasure In recommending the above firm
to the liberal suppOrt ol the public.
entataill • W. H. McGEE.
.q.atis cutter mita W. Erearent!eida)
N 0,53 SmithfleldlStreet, Pittsburgh.
NEW. SPRING GOODS.
• splendid new Mott of
CLOTHS, CABIIIMEICES, deC.,
j inn received by 7!:11:1CIntY 311GYER,
sett hierehent Tao!. 73 Smithfield street.
PUNOS. ORGANS, &O.
MITT THE BEST AND CHEAP.
„gas EAT PIANO AND ORDAIN.
Schomaeker's Gold Medal Piano,
AND ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN,
The 8 01 : IONACIErft PIANO combines all the
latest valuable Improvements known in the con
struction of a first class instrument. and has al
wave been awarded the hin hest oreminm ex
hibited. Its tone is full. sonorous and sweet. The
workmanship. for durability and beauty surpass
all others. Prices from 1150 to 11150, ticcording
to style and fi nish,/ cheape.r than all other so
called Arai class Piano. .
_ESTRY , ss tlir/TA , 3E ORGAN
Stands at the head of all reed instruments, in
producing the most perfect pipe quality of tone
of any similar instrument in the UMW States.
It Is simple and compact In construction • and
not liable to yet out 01 order.
CASPENTAIVIS PATllber •• VOX HUMANA.
TREMOLO" Ls only to lbe found In this Orgae.
Price from $lOO to 41550. All guaranteed for Ave
BABB,. KNAKE & METTLER,
No. 1 BT. Main ATRIUM.
!pi lANOS AND ORGAN —An en
tare new student
INABET UNRIVALLED PIANOS;
HAINES BROS:, PIANDa:
PRINCE a CO's ORNA.NR AND NEUMAN
ONS am; TREAT, LLNSLET (X)11 ORGANS
deg. ' • , AR b nte,,Sele Agent.
GLASS. CHINA CUTLERY.
100 WOOD, STREET.
11101ERMLiN AND CU SA.
NEW BTYLES DIDiN ,
BErth iarPT CV 8,
c SMOKING airit
PA - " SILVER PLATED GOODS
of all descriptions.
FA - Call and mulatto Oar moll, And will
foci sattilleilso pas *SLAM to bit spited,
g Eta, E. - BREED &. CO'.
/00 WOOD WIDEST,.
ival 31(0: ir 00 J , 3vivill;i
8. , LY0N,1
flettier , 01Wedgkts and BIBABIIrek
Bro. TO)113TB BrBEBT,
'Between Line!ty and Terry street',
Mlle" promptly attendant to.
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &O.
1111 RD ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
HORNE & CO'S,
Will receive during this week extentive assort.;
CALL SHADES AND. WIDTHS.)
Laces, Frames, .
Dotted Nets, (imps, •
- . A 1413
. Of Every Description,
Including all the LATEST NOVELTIES, to
which' we Invite the attention of 1111111Iners and
GREAT AUCTION SALE
ENTIRE STOCK OF
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, . Trimmings;
FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, ise
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,.
Having secured the store room. No. 29 Fifth
avenue, lately occupied by A. H. English & Co.,
we bake removed the entire stock of
NIACRUNI & CARLISLE
. From their old store,
No. 'l9 FIFTH AVENUE, .
And will continue
- DAILY AUCTION SALES,
Commencing THURSDAY. kern Ist, at 2 P. X.
and at 10 A. it.. 9 and 7P. Y. every day here
alter until the entire stockis closed out.
• 'H. B. 10A1THSON & CO.,
HACRIIId & CARLISLE Invite the attention
of their old customers to the elegant new stock
they haveJust .. .vetted at their new store. No. 97,
New Spring Goods.
A FULL LINE
In Jaconet, Hamburg and SWLIS.
At the LoWest, Prices.
IN ALL STYLES AND COLORS.
LACE COLLARS. new style, .
MLR SCARFS, for Ladles,
CORSETS, in 'white and eolored.
VALENCIDNICIES AND TNREIAD,
Cluney and Maltese Laces.
GENTS NIIDNISHING GOODS,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Jockey, Dickens and Derby Collars.
WHITE STAR SHIRTS,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
3111.011,1Thi, CLYDE ar. CO.
78 and 88 Market Street.
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HOLMES, BELL & CO,
ANCHOR COTTON MILLS.
Manufacturers otEIZAVI 1121DRIN and LIGHT
AMMO! AND MAOSOLIA
SITILICTINGS AND BATTING
CIONTECUES TO 'TREAT ALL
‘,./ private diseases. Syphilis in all Us forms,
Gonorrhea, (Sleet,- Stricture. -Orchids. and all
urinary (dimities, and the effects of mercury- are
commeteiy eradicated; Spermatorrhea or Semi
nal Weakness and Impotency, resulting from
Self-abuse or other canes, and - which produces
acme of-the following effects, as blotenes, bodily
weakness. indigestion, consumption, aversion to
'Moiety, - unmanliness,' dread of future events,
loss of memory. indolence,: nocturnal emissions,'
and .iipally so prostrating the sexual system u to
'render menial* unsatOrtactory: and therefore
imprudent, are permaaently cured. Persons af
filmed with these or any other delicate Intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint should
ere the Doctor a trial; he never' till..
A particular attention given so all Female corn.
plaints, Leueorrhea or Whites, Falling, Inflam
mation •or Ulceration of the' Womb, Ovaritis,
pruritts, Amenorrhoea.. lienorrhagia, Opinion
norrhoea. and Sterility or Barrenness, are -treat
ed with the greatest success.
It la Belf•evident that si PhYsicisis won confines
himself exclusively to the of a certain clam
Of diseases andtreati thousands of crises .every
year Won acquire greater skill in du* specialty
than ons*generel practice. ,
• The. Doctor, publishee a medical pamphlet of
My pages that gives o.fnh exposition of venereal
anti private itseases,itbat can Imbed free Motha.
by mall - for two stamps, *sealed envelopes.
Every senteace contains metruction so the af
flicted and eaabling them •to :determine the pre. ,
else niters of titeireoardainto. -
.The, establishment, . corn rising ten ample rooms, is central. WheirLt is not convenient to
visit -the city, the Doctors - opinion .can be ob.
tat Red by giving a - written - statement of the oasts,
and mediclnes can be forwarded by mail or ex
press. in some instances, however a personal
examination' is absolutely netessari
others daily personal, attention is relit Ire .d, and
for the accommodation et such patients there are
apart/meats Connected with the oflicettutt are bro.
tided With every requielse, that is reloulated to
eve l ote i rforery k including
j ruedleated repor
puons are prepared- in the
Docarie own laboratory; si t ter lialpertal on
nervision. Medical ,peop Is at °wee tree, an
by mall for two stem*. tr matter who have
iled, read what he says. Hours 9 I.lt. to
=l9 ie. to SI r. 011ice,_No: 9 INTLIE
(neat Court Hoitiod• ritlebargq,
OARPETBAND OIL CLIMB.
3-ply and 2-ply Ingram
The above includes all the Newest
Styles and Designs, and are now In Store
and arriving, to be sold
LOW FOR CASH;
OLIVER IPCLINTOCK & CO'S,
I-N, THIS MARKET.
We simply request a comparison of
Prices; Styloi and Extent of Stock.
The - largest assortment of low priced goods In
any establishment, East or West. ' •
IIicCALLIIIII 8R05.,. .
./ro. 51 'FIFTH ArEftruz,
=hit (ABOVE WOOD.) • ~
- 23 Firth Avenn
We are now receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c., and are pre 7
pared to offer as good stock and at
as low prices as any- other house
in the Trade. We have all the
new styles of Brussels Tapestry,
Brussels, Three Pips and Two Plys.
Best assortment of Ingrain Carpets
in the Market.
BOVARD, ROSE (t, CO.,
21 HELM AVENUE.
SIVE TIME AD MONEY.
I'FARLAND & COLLINS
Hare Now Open Their
New Spring Stock
English Body Brussels.
-The Choicest Styles ever offered
thU Market. Our .Prices are
the LOWEST. •
A SPLENDID tutus OF
Gkwd Cotton Chain Carpets
25 CENTS PER YARD.
It'FAIUM) & COLLINS,
71 AND 73 AnNlm,
lobe : j
TOUR • PECK ORNAMENTAL
HAM .WO X 1 ANDaplUppam No.
Third st^et near emit ttstoulb.
, Abra%on aancveral assortment of La- dice 111 Mt ,Vantleen's
WldEt thrac tr. , W ARD CHAIN%
BR& &a /Pr A . good rrt
wtu be given for SA oe is CashBAIL
Ladles' and eentlemen , s Hair eattlng done
in Me neatest manners - mei all