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For the Pittsburgh Gazette.
- MEMORIAL DAY.
To.fisy, let 11l gather around
Each gra slily:red hillock and mound,
• Which cov a slain soldier's bee,
With reliren and love, our tributes we bring
O'er each f ray. a bright floral token we'll fling,
In memorf of the loved one's now dead. .
. Come, fathers and mothers! since yet
- • Your sacrificed sons lon cannot forget,
Whose blood for their country was shed;
With sorrowing hearts and forms beaded With
—eadi drop a. flower bedewed with your
• ln memory -of the loved ones now dead !
Come, widowed wife, with he?i't rez!l, in twain,
w~ e. ....__---.-_—
WaD~na for Dim
. wDo died notlin ~atn,
Lying now inn his lonely earth-bed;
As-t he day rolls around, with each passing year
Ohl come to his grave and here drop a tear
In memory of the loyed.one now dead
Dear childri.n-we ask you too, to come
And think of the time woen your fathers left
Ann for our country so willingly bled;
Now, the State is your fathr.r, for you to provide,.
To love and protect you, whatever betide,
For the sake of the brave ones now dead!
Let the patriot join our g. V.rering band
Who loves toe calm peace smiling over the land,
Though never nis comrades to battle he led;
Let Dim drop a sower, with prayers offered
o'er the graves of our heroes Who still live In our
love, - 1
Since he does not lie with the loved ones now
• You may pass some grave, all silent and lone;
• No name at its head, speakirie out from the
Telling who lies, unknown, in that narrow
tn. drop a.hright down, since, well you may
' hearts mourn today, o`erburtitened with
' Yo w r the loss of that loved one now dead!
Gayabaldi is ill.
—Offenbach is writing a novel.
—Eugenie is forty-three years old.
pozhas appearedin New York
=Cheyenne is to be the capital of Wy
—Mr. Shellabarger sailed for Europe
T 52.50 is the price of a peach in Bos
—A rooster with horns is in existence
—440 fiddles are to tx) , used in Boston
at the jubilee.
—Patti and Cala are sairto be think
ing of a divorce.
—Croquet is a favorite amusement in
the Sultan's harem.
—Carolina beets (live ones) are said to
be ai large as hams.
—England gets more wheat from Rus
sia than from America.
—Gymnacypidium is the newest veloci
pede name in New York,
—A Swiss colony has settled in Golds
borough, North Carolina.
—An exchange calls the Empress Car
lotta "a howling lunatic."
• —An exchange says gold is often found
in quartz, but never in gallons.
—A match is talked of between the
lather-land and the mother-country.
—Mr. Seward has purchased real estate
on South Broad street, Philadelphia.
—Napoleon is now a member of the
British Institution of Civil Engineer&
—Miss'Anaa Dickenson - 1s reported to
have saved ;100,000 from her earnings.
—Australia is to haves feast. America
is going to give her Heller, the - magician.
—The French eritics are pulling
Qal Rit to pieces very merrily.
-Lotta is interested In Cuban inde
pendence, and gave $6OO to the Cuban
—Two feet and a half of snow is all
that remains of that substance in Northern
—Mr. Corcoran has bought Senator
Sumner's house, in Washington, for
—Only nine of the candidates
. for Mr.
Washburne's seat in Congress remain in
—A newspaper advertisement recently
informed the public that "two :sisters
—Gen. Robert Anderson is too poor to
live in America and is going with his
family to Europe.
—The Marquis of Bute is about to be
found and endow a large hospital for
lepers at Jerusalem.
- —Sixty five thousand is said to be about
the number of students at the various Eu
.—58,500 per diem was Stewart's in
come last year. We suggest that he pay
off the National debt.
—Strackosb is to pay Alboni $30,000
for singing in Rossini's mass for two
`mouths next autumn.
;.Napoleon's Life of Charlemagne ap-
Proaches completion, and the first volume
will shortly be published.
—The lessee of Jeff: Davis' plantation
below Vicksborgh, is a negro who pays
ten-thousand dollars a year for
• --Robert E. Lee is a delegate to the
Convention of the Protestant Episcopal
Church inthe diocese of Virginia.
—The double complimentary benefit
SfvPn to Mr. . John Brougham by the
actors of New York last week netted $ll,-
—Since De Cani's marriage, Mi. g er .
.hert Jerningham has had the hoaar of
letiMnglnsny.of the coilllons at the Tan.
• --It seems that after all the French
cable is not to terminate at Cape ilay, as
land for that ppmese has been purchased
at Danbury, Massachusetts.
, t he
Vane Tempest., raid to be the
_ ngtish society'
has soen for years, is the belle of the LA.
penal salonsat Paris just now.
—A temierince punster says: The otta l
torn of, MAW( health infrequently the
way to , lose it. It is a ceremony that is
sometimes quite too full of spirits. •
—Five cents a basket is the price of
,itrawberriesin New York, • but the bas
kets an small. gtrawberries retailed here •
on*nday for thirty cents .a quart.
-424 likdtan pardoned hall ildeatu.
Cretan leaders, by way of compliment to
the Princess of Wales, when he learned
that she had received an appeal on their
—"Make hay when the sung shines"
is to become an obsolete saw, as an Eng
lishman has invented a machine, to make
hay when the glorious orb of day is not
-An English gengeman intends to
send over a colony of eight hundred fam-
Hies to Nelson county, Va., where he has
has purchased nearly four thousand acres
of land for their use.
—A. society has been formed inHunt
ington, Mass., for the purpose of setting
out shade trees, improving the streets,
and enforcing the laws for the protection
of trees, fruit and useful birds.
—Sentimental people are still very nu
merous, and in France. abound. Large
numbers of bouquets, for instance, are
sent daily, from all parts of the Empire,
to be placed on hiamartine's grave.
—A Cuban brilie is said to have worn
recently the richest bridal dress ever-seen
in New York. It is hardly to be won
dered at, however, as the wearer is said
to be worth $20.000,000 in her own'right:
—Numbers of Swiss are settling in
Grundy county, • Tenn. They ' have
brought the architectural ideas of their
fatherland with them, and their pictur
esque cottages are the adMinition -of the
—A common person can cross the Eng
lish channel, from Dover to Callals, for
about two dollars, but when rrince Chris-.
tiara crossed, recently, the Mglish people
had a bill of $350 to pay. Princes are
—lt is gratifying to know that that
theatre in Nei► York where only drama&
of the highest standard are produced, has
had the largest receipts. In April
Booth's theatre took in $44,000, Niblo's
$38,000 and Wallack's $35,000.
—ln Cleveland they have a novel way
of getting rid of their stray dogs. They
catch all they can and shut them up in a
pound, where they have no food, and so
they devour each other. Those that are
left are eaten up by the new comers.
"Do you bear gold?" asked an anx
ious speculator of a leading operator,
who, pocketbook in hand, stood before a
butcher's stall. "No," was the reply,
showing the portemonnaie. "nothing but
greenbacks." "Bully," said the anxious
speculator, as he withdrew.
-—A family in Maine consisted of a
grandfather who was six feet four inches
in height, a father the same height and
a son six feet six inches high. Twelve
feet eight inches of_this family have, been
interred, but the remnant being two
yards and a sixth, still exists.
—A fellow at Peekskill is in jail for
murdering his little daughter. He at
tempted to chastise his wife with . •the
poker, when the childinterceded"an. e
hurled the weapon at her head. It stuck
in her head, and she ran screaming to the
street, where a passing man pulled it out.
She died a few days ago. ".
—The Portland (Maine) Advertiser was
a few days since printed on' paper made
of a kind of material never before used
in the manufacture of paper—Zizania
aquatiea, or water rice. It grows in great
abundance in many places in the North
west, and the Advert4er predicts a great'
reduction in the price of paper in the use
Extensive preparations for the decora
tion of the 40.000 soldiers' graves in this
vicinity, are being made. President
Grant has ordered the Departinents and
all Government shops to be closed on
that day as a mark of respect to the mem
ory of those who died while serving un
der his command. Gen. Sherman has
ordered Dupont's battery to report for
duty at noon on Saturday to fire a nation.
al salute. Gen. Helga has ordered all
cemeteries in tho United States to be
Secretary Boutwell has not yet deter
mined what to do with the proceeds ac
cruing from the extra million gold he will
sell this week. He has, however, deter
mined that he will mot buy more than one
million of bonds this week. He is being
pressed to buy up three per cents with his
surplus, but this_he does not seem to look
upon with much favor, and it is .not
likely that there will be warrants drawn
this month for legitimate purposes suffi
cient to use up nearly all his surplus in
lral - Butler looks 1 , - ith
er oo: s upon a war wt.
England as a measure of national econo
my, as it would preVent farther importa
tions; which just now are the most seri
ous drain that the country has to endure,
and as'the war would be a naval conflict,
it would, consequently, be the most cheap
ly conducted and best. Commerce under
the English flag would enable the United
States to pay its war expenses from cap.
tures. [Very Butlerish.]
A Wedding Over a tonne.
A wedding under extraordinary dr
cumitances was celebrated in Pough
keepsie on Wednesday.. The couple
move in feshionable circles, and the
event is the topic of conversation. On
Tuesday, the father of the bridegroom, a •
wealthy and reipected citizen of Pough-,
keepsie, died; was duly shrouded in the
germentri of death, thebody was inclosed
In a rich and costly coffin, the whole be
teg placed in the, parlor. On Wednes
day, at noon, the old man's son led his
efilenced bride Into the room where lay
the body of the deceased parent, the
bridal party walking solemnly up to the
'coffin, and the'cover over he face of"the
Corpse w ad removed. he Rey.: Mr.
Erageman, ,of the • Second Reformed
Church, then, amid breathless silence
and by , the open
coffin, Wined the young
couple in.the hely bonds of matrimony. .
The bridegroom, when asked why he
WAS married in such • a manner,
that the spirit- of his father hovered about
him, telling him to get married there and
Manta Vanomti left a few \ days ago
for England, her departure from this
country being! condition imposed %mit
herly Govetrior , (Miry' lihen he granted
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PITTSBURGH GAZE'I : WEDNESDAY. NAY 26, 18
The Streets of Venice.
The Rey - Matthew Hale Smith thus
"does" Venice for the Boston Journal:
Venice is entirely a unique city. It is
by all means the City of Silence. It is
the noisest city I ever visited. The gon
dolas are a convenience in getting about
Venice; they are by no means a necessi
ty. If you ride they only afford a con
veyance. But you can go over the
whole city on foot as readily as you can
go over Boston , or New York. The
place on the Grand Canal. have a water
entrance, but they have also one to be
approached on foot. The shops, the mar
kets, the churches, the theatres, can all
be reached without meddling with ,the
canals. There arc no teams, no horses,
mules or carts in Venice. The bridges
are crossed by steps, and everything that
does not go by boat is carried on the
head or shoulders. The gondolas are
the cabmen, omnibus drivers and steve
dores of other cities. Their voices are
hoarse as ravens," and they fill the air
with their loud; palls from one to the
other. The streets, as they are called,
are mere lanes, from three to twelve feet
wide, through which the busy throng
tramp all day long. The grand prom
enaders are crowded with idlers, coarse
women, untidy girls, unwashed men,
and the unemployed, who are counted
here by thousands. The band play
every day at two o'clock on the Gran
Square, and around it gathers a group
of as indolent, ill-clothed and forlorn set
of human beings' as -I ever saw on the
face of the earth. Monks go in platoons
from church to church, and beggars meet
one everywhere. The poor in the city
are very. numerous and are very poor.
Their - tattered clothes are pieced with
every variety of color; they wear large
wooden slippers; their sallow and wan
complexions, their untidy appearance
disgusts, while it excites sympathy. The
Rialto, which is the exchange of. Venice
—where the markets are, the stores, and
where the unemployed crowd meet—is a
sight on a morning. The rude breakfast
eaten out doors, poor fare, unwholesome
soup, a handful of snails and food that
turns one's stomach to look at, with the
crowd partaking of' it, takes much of the
poetry of the canals and gondolas away.
In cool weather Venice is quite tolerable,
but in- warm weather the smells from the
unwholesome canals, with the vermin
that abounds, takes much of the romance
of a visit to this place away. Little
patches of green are seen in all parts of
the city. Trees planted in boxes are
placed on- the marble pavements, win
dow gardens are common, and plants
and flowers are •cultivated on the house
Are Breeches a Breactiof Propriety!
Mrs. Dr. Mary E. ,Walker, who has
made herself unenviably notorious by her
bloomer garb and her persistent seeking
lug after office, having failed to accom
plish her purpose in the other depart
ments, has now laid siege to the Bureau
in the Interior Department. A fow days
since she sought admission to the room
of Commissioner Fisher, of the Patent
Office, for an interview, and while pa
tiently awaiting a response to her card,
the venerable Mrs. Gen. Gaines emerged
from the Commissioner's room; and aftet
eyeing Mrs. Walker's , peculiar bloomer
garb for a few moments, accosted her
with the question:
"Is this Mrs., Dr. Walker?"
Mrs. Walker Ire
Mrs. Gaines "Will you •allow me to
give a piece of advice?"
Mrs. Walker—"l will not pay any
thing for your advice; but if it is given
freely I will be happy to receive it."
Mrs. Gaines—"l shall make no charge,
and if you act upon it you will be bene
fitted by it."
Mrs. Walker intimated her readiness to
hear what was to be said. •
Mrs. Gaines—" Well, my advice is tile go
borne and pull off those breeches at once,
and not disgrace your whole sex by wear
Mrs. Walker--,"lf I do so, will you
adopt me as your daughter?"
Mrs. Gaines—"l don't think I would;
I have too many adopted .daughters al
Mrs. Walker—"lf you would adopt me
as your daughter, and give me everything
you have in the world, I would not aban
don my principles and ideas or change my
mode of dress.'
Mrs. Gaines - . You are injuring your
self by dressing :-Et. Had I put on breech
es I should never have succeeded in es
tablishing my rights. I never pnt on
breeches ; no, not even my husband's,
and with the Messing of God I never
Mrs. Walker—" You may not wear
this costume,-and yet dress as unbecom
ingly in another garb. Yon wear feath
ers and flowers in your hair, while there
Is nothing of the kind to be seen about
The arg :int upon the merits of the
two styles dress waxed warm, and had
attracted a large crowd of clerks and vis
itors, when Mrs: Walker was summoned
to the presence of the Commissioner, and
the two ladles departed.. inopposite di
rections.— Washington Letter.
Wages in Philadelphia.
Ark strikesfor higher wages are the or
der of the day at present, among mechan
ics, workingmen, and citizens of differept
kinds, the Philadelphia inquirer givef 7,4
statement of the comparative rates of
wanes- earned by mechanics in 1860- and
the past year, and demanded for 1809:
1860,—Bricklayers, $1 75 to s2'so, 10
hours; carpenters, $1 75, ' 10' hours;
coopers, $1 5% 10 hours; horse shoats,'
$2 to $2 25, 10 hours; iron moulders,
$1 75, 10 hours; laborers. $1 25 to $1,50;
10 hours; painters, $2. 10 hours; plas
terers, $1 75, 10 hours; book and job
printers, $l2 per week; morning papers,
$l6 per week; do., seven days, $lO per
week; 28c. to 82c. per 1,000 ems; paper
stainers $2; slate roofers, ;$1.75 to li 2 ;
stair builders, $1 50 to $2; waiters, $l5
per month and board.
1808.--Bricklayers, $450 toy, 8 horns;
carpenters, $8 50 to $4,10 hours; coopers,
$4 to $4 50, 10 hours;!. horse shoers, 38 50
to $5, 10 hours; iron moulders, $2 50, 10
hours; laborers, $2 50, 10 hours,• paint
ere, $3 50, 8 hours; plasterers, $4 50 to;
$5, 8 hours; printers—book and job, $lB
to $2O per week: , morning papers, $22
per week; do. seven,days, $24 per week;
48e. to 500. per 1,000.-ems; paper stain.
ers, $3; slate , roofersi $8 50 8 honrs; .
stair builders, $3
,75 to $4 50; "watt
$3O per 112011th. ' ' • p " .
A Max OF BROAD UNDERSTANDIRW IT
A Boston shoemaker sends to , the _Tkah•
script the following as the dimensions of
the foot of:the last Dr. Spring: Lensl4,
13 inches; width across toes, 12 inthes;-
between toesandinatep, 13 inches; instep,
144 /Aches; across the bee1,,,181 inches.
sale, 161 and 102 inches. 1Iis•
will 585 WWI& • - :I •
`8" - *
H, , , r',•:".
WIII be a candidate for State Senator. cublect to
the decibion of the Rlnbilean County Conven
SAMUEL S. CILIILEIT
WIU • candidate fo• State Senator, elect to
the di:Chilton of the Itep.blican County Conven
tion. • myt
Will be a candidate for State Senator, rutdect to
the decision Of the Ecpublicati County Conven
Will he a candidate for State Senator, enbjec to
the deelatoo of the Republican. County Conven
Will be a candidate for ASSEMBLY, subject to
the, decision of the .Renubilcan County Legisla
tive Convention. my 25:c76T
Of Allegheny City, will be a candidate for Am-
Sem bly, subject to the decision of the Repoblican
Conti ention. say 21
arFOlt THE ASSEMBLY,
• ALEXANDER DELLAR,
Of McKeesport subject to the decision 'of the
Republican Legislative Convention. my7LOSB
Of Ross township, will be presented In the Re
publican Legistaiire nyention, June Ist, n
suing. for nomination to • represent Allegheny
county In the next session of the Legislature.
WILLIAM G. STUBBS,
Subject to the decision or the Republican County
FOR . SHERIFF.
I respectfully announce myself a candidate
for,SHERIFF, subject to - the usages of theße.
publican party; and If successful pledge myself
to devote all my energy to an henorable and faith
ful.dlscharge of the duties of the office.
apl3:ddY • 11. S. VLEBILIG:
JOHN H. HARE,
Of Pittsburgh, sublect to the decision of the
Union Peublican County Convention.
I would tesuectuilly announce to the citizens of
Allegheny county that I will be a ca..didate for
the °face of BREW. VP, subject to the decision of
the next ensuing li n ten Republican County Con
Of Ellaabe th town! hip, late private Coinnitiv D,
gilt va. VoLi.., will be a candidate for he office
et SHERIFF, subject to the decision of the Union
Republican Convention. arEhh73DF
Will be a candidate for the office of Sheriff, sub
ject to the decision of the Union Republican
County Convention. intiZ:el9-414LF
Will be a candidate for SHERIFF, eubject . lto
the deeialun of the Repubdean County Cony n
PHANS.FuII SOLDIERS , WIDOWS AND OR-
To the Independent Voters of Allegheny
The undersigned,wl.h a view of rendering the
wldowsAnd orphans of the brave soldiers from
Allegheny county, who fell 'ln defense of their
country In the late rebellion, some substantial
and permanent assistance, offers himself 'as a
candidate at the election on the second Tuesday
of Oct sber next, tor the °Mee or SHERIFF, \ sol
emnly pledging and , binding himself, In c, Se of
his election, that one-Halt of the net profits of the
odic,- shall be a, worirlated for the benefit of said
widows and orphans. The Judges of the Court
of the County to to the trustees of the funds,un
der abuse direction the same sh.llbe disbursed.
J. Y. 11tcLA110111,1N.
()dices, 06% Fourth avenue and 323 Liberty
COUNTY • COMMUSSIONE'R.
arFOB COUNTY COPIIIIIS.•
Will be a candidate for County Commissioner,
subject to the decltton 01 the Linton Republican
County Convention._ • ap27:118
Of 24 ward, Pittsburgh, will ba a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject to the ;decision of
the Union RoDoblkon County it; onverktion.
Of the Twentieth ward. will be a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject - Lb the decision of
the Republican County Convention.
fgri s rA R. COUNTY COM
Will be a candidate for County Commissioner,
subjeCt to the declaims of the Union Republican
County Conyoution. mys
Of the Sixth ward. Allegheny. pate Bianchi' eter,)
will be a candidate for Recorder. subject .to the
action' of, the approaching Republican County
Convention. - • • tuyB:lo4-ditT
- AIIGITEITUB DEOBEBT,
Allegbeny , City, late p rate Fifth Excelsior
Regiment. Lima leg in e Second BuII RIM
B a ttl e . „.. . a027:114-DEP
tarFOR RECORDER, . , _
Will be a candidate tbrliecorder, subject to
detielen of the Republican Count) Canyon
cni: FOR RECOItDER,
Wilt be a candidate 6r nomination to the onion
iteoorder for AlleaLen county. anhieot L to the
'4laelstolior thit app ni.piabnami Vousty
GEO. R. ANDERSON
-DAVID L. SMITH,
Or ASSEMBLY. -Tih
GEO. H. HOLTZMAN,
JOHN A. WATSON,
WILLIAM A. HERRON,
FOR COUNTY COMMIS
\ NONE ti,
-- FOR COUNTY COMMIS
CHAUNCEY 8. BOSTWICK,
B s A. SAMPSON,
TILOS. xi. =lrma
MTH REG`T PA. q. 0.
CLERK OF COURTS.
arFOR CLUBS. 01' COURTS,
101111 O. ItDOWN,
Minyale Rosough, late
_private Co. R 109 d
Reit , t Penna. Vole., subject to the decision of
the Union Republican County Convention. ap:6.-
tarTO THE CITIZENS OF AL.
LEOHENT COUNTY: - I rtspecUtily
announce myself as a candidate for the omce of
CLERK OF COURTS, subject to the decision of
the Union f Republican County_ Convention. I
would state that I ask the office but for ONE
TERM. at termination of which I wnuld
cheerfully retire, believing that there are others
equally entitled to the honor and emoluments of
the ()Mee, gild ab competent as myself • I will be
under obligations to the citizens of the cennty
for their support. Very resnectfully,
Late ) ,lo2d (old 13th,) and sth Pa. Vol. Regt.
CO U 4.v T 1 TREASURER.
IgrFOR COUNTY _TREASUR
J. F. DENNISTON,
(Late Brevet Major 11. S. V 01,..) will be a wind!,
oute for .enbmtnatlon. subject to the deeislou of
the Itepubllean County CouTentiou.
ER fgrFOit COUNTY' TREASIJR
cou J. B. coraLaND,
Of Elizabeth townsblo, will be a candidate for
The above office. eurJett to the dtclalon of the
REGISTEE OF WILLS.
ligrFO REGISTER OF WILLS
.101 IN NEM JR.,
SUBJECT 1 :0 THE DECISION OF THE RE
PUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
IarFO I RREGrISTER OF WILLS
JOSEPH E. GRAY,
Subject to the decision of the Republican county
lAr SHEliic,Alfii PIILNIONIC
t SYRUP, SEAWEED TONIC AND
MANDRAKE PILLI4 will cure Consumption,
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia, if taken accord
ing to directions. They are all three to be taken
at the sometime. They cleanse the stomach, re
lax the liver and put it,to work; then the appetite
becomes gopd; the fowl digests and makes good
blood; the patient begins to grow In desh; the
diseased matter ripens into the lungs, and the
patient outgrdws rue disease and gets well. This
is the only way to care consumption.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck, of
Philadelphia. owes his unrivaled success in the
treatment of pulmonary Cunstimption. The Pul
e:tonic Syrup ripens the morbid matter in the
lungs, nature throws It off by au . eaSy expectora
tion, for when' the phlegm or matter Is ripe' a
slieht cough a ill throw it off, and the patientAas
rest and the lungs begin to heal.
T.. do tale, the :seaweed 'sonic and Mandrake
Pills must be finely cited to cleanse the stomach
and liver, io that the Fulmome Syrup and the
food will mitkegood blood.
Schenck's' Mandrake Pills act upon the liver,
removing all obstructions. relax the oucts of the
gall bladder', the bile stints freely. and the liver
is soon relieved; the stools will show what the
Pills can do- nothing has ever been Invented ex
cept calomel, (a deadly poison witch Is very dan
gerous to use urress with great care,) that will
unlock the gall bladder and start the. secretions
.of the liverlthe Scheock's Mandrake Pills.
Liver Compialut is one of ti e most prominent
causes of ,Co nsumption.
tichenckislSeaweed Tonic is a gentie sticoulant
and alterative. and the alkali in the Seaweed,
welch this Ipreparation is made ot, as the
stomach to throw out the gastric Juice to alssolve
the Todd with the Putruonle Syrup, one It la made
Into good bood without fermentation or souring
In the stem
The grea .reason why physiclars do not cure
Consumpti n Is, they try to do tsr+ much; they
give medicine to stop the conga, to stop chills,to
stop night Oweuts, hectic fever, and by so doing
they derange the whole digestive powers. lock
ing up the secret ons, and eventually the patient
slinks and dies.
Dr. Schehck, In his treatment, does not try to
stop a cough night sweats, chills or fever. Re.
move the cause, and toey will all stop of their
own ateordl. 1.0 one can a be cured of Consump
tion, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Catarrh,
Canker, Ulcerated *Throat, unless tee liver and
stomach are made healthy.
If a persbn has consumption, of course the
lungs In some way are diseased, eitner tubercles,
abcessea, bronchial , irritation*, pleura adhesion,
or the lungs are a mass of inflammation and fast.
deco) log. lln such eases what must be done? It
is nor only Abe lungs , tat are wasting, but It is
the whole hotly. 'the stomach and liver have lost
their power to make blood out of fo d. Now the
only chance is to take Dr. Schenck's three medi
cines, which wilt bring up a tone to the stomach,
the path-ll:Awn'. begin to want food. It will digest
easily and tnakelood blood; then the patient be
gins to gain in flesh. and as soon as the body be
gina to grow, the lungs commence to neat up.
and the patient gets dishy awl well. This is toe
0010 way to cure Consumption.
.Complaint;re is Dyspepsia,disease and only Liver
and Schenck is Seaweei
Tonic and Mandr-ke Pills are sufficient, w ithout
the PulmOnic 'Syrup. Take the Manerake Pills
freely in al eillious complaints, as they are per
Dr. Schenck, who has enjoyed uninterrupted
health fur th Any years past, and now weighs 225
pounds. wis wasted away to a mere skeleton, to
the very last stage of Pulmonary Consuxuptioa,
hl. physicians having pronounced his case hope
less and abandoned h xi, to his late., He was cured
by the afoPesaitt me, tonics, and since his recove
ry many theusanes similarly afflicted have used
Dr. Schenck is preparation wick the same re
markable Success. Full directional accompany
each, making It not absolutely neeeisary to per
sonalty see Dr. Schenck, unless patients wish
their lungslexamined, and for this purpose he Is
prefessiogally at his Principal Office, rbiladel=
phia, every Saturday. where all letters for advice
inusthe addressed. lie is also profeas'ona.ly at.
No. 32 Bond street. hew York, every other
Tuesday, and at No, 35 Hanover street, Boston,
every other Wednesday. He gives ado ice tree,,
but tor a thorough examination with his . Respi
rumeter the price is $5. o.e.ce hours at each city
from 9 a. X. to 3 P. m.
the Pulmonte Syrup and Seaweed Ton
ic each $1.50 per bottle. or $7.50- a Stall citizen.
Mandrake Plat 23 cents a box. For sale by all
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a".DOCTOR WHITTIER CON
- triNtrvi To TREAT ALL PRIVATE
Diseases. Orphllis In all its forms, llonorrheea,
(Meet, rtricture, &c., • completely eradicated.
That numekous class of cases resulting from self
abuse, producine. unmanliness, nervous debilli.y,
irritability, eruutions, seminal emissions, and
finally impotency, permanently cured. Versons
aßlicted wi'.h delicate, intricate and long stand
ing constitutional complaints are politely invited
to call for( consultation, which costs nothing.
Experience, the best of teachers, has enalled
bins to perfect remedies at once elilesent, safe,
permanent, and which in most cases can be used
without hiticrance to business. Medicines pre ,
pared in the establishment, which embraces of
nee, reception and waiting yooms; also, warding
anti sleeping apartments ior patients requiring
dagy personal attention, and vapor and chemi
cal baths, thus concentrating the famed mineral
springs. ; No matter who have failed, state your
case. Read what be says in his pamphlet of tlfty
Pages, sent to an address for two stamps in seal
ed enveppe. Thousands of cases treated annu
ally, at of and all over the country. Consul
tation tree: personally or by mail. Ollce No. 9
Wylie street,(near Court House) Pittsburgh,
PA. Hoare 9 A.-Se. to BP. M. Sundays Ili Y.
to 3t. t Pamphlet sent to any addreu tor two
ar IMPORTANT MEDICAL
- At the solicitation of his numerous Philadel
phia pstlens, . . ,
Dr. E. DE F. CURTIS. •
Of BaltimUre, author of several medical worts.
WILL ATTEND IN PHILADELPHIA
From the let to the 111th of JUNE, inclusive.
Those who wish to see toe Doctor in Philadel
phis should correspond at Baltimore.
• liPEClALTY.—Treatment and Cure of Nervous
and Physical Debility. • myl2 '
IarEATCRELQWB HAIR DYE. •
This eplendlgß p erfe ct the bestin the world:
the only true and Dye: harmless, rails,.
tile, instantaneous; no disappointment; no ri
diculous tints; remedies the erects of bad
dyes; invigorates and leaves the bale so ft and •
beantlitil.niack . or Onntek, "Sold by all Druggilis
and Perfumersi and properly applied at Ratan.'
I fl r's WIS Talftorr. No. lel B - ond street. Yew .
York. , • . .
WELECTRICITY ABA CUILL.
TIVE —Dr. A. H. STEVENS has been.
using Electricity as a SPZCIAL /tXXIDY. In cuing
chronic as wel as • acute ' co dilions . wiritotrr
BE ol lalimfor mere than Mr UAW, With nn
bounced sticeess. A PAMPRIAT, Including all
partleulars, wills certificates and reliable refer- •
'maces; will be sent to any inquirer.. •
A few furnish , d rooms vacant. for boarding Da.
Bents in the Doctor's Not y. If applied for soon.
°Sloe and , residence, :L IM/ *AROB STREET,'
PHILADBLPIIIA.• ~ • mIl3:121-dall•
Ia"EPILEPSY CAN BE CFREIi
—Those having blends Miele are ear ,
nestly solicited t o . send for n,OiroularLatter of
References' and Testimonials, which will con
vince' f the ;most step_tical of tits earabilfty ci Me
Miami: , Address wAeI..BUREN.' LOOKROW.
M. D.. 311. Great Jones sti•cet, New York. ••
OrTIRE MARRIAGE RIENG r —
Eestigi on' the EILUOIId and'
pie POLL! LOP' AGE, In regard to 800IAL
EVILS,, wit certain help for the errloir And nn-,
*.rotte,e. 'ie.,' in sealed letter envelopes, free
or eh Li' Address, HOWLE R A-8400lATIGN,
4802 •Iptita, Ea.' • n1711141&4611! '
WELDON & KELLY,
Yanntsettirera and Wholesale Dealers In,
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandelier
AND LAMP COODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATING oxu
15t0 i .147 Wood Street.
se9m= Between sth and 6th Avennesj
Re are now prepared to annplVitnners — el
Potters. It perfect, simple, and
the plain top, having the names of vane
Fruits stamped upon the cover, radiating fre
the center. and an indexor panter stamped np
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanent'
by merely placing the name of the fruit t
can contains opposite the_ pointer and sealing ,
the customary manner. No preserver of fruit=
good housekeeper will use any . other after or
seeing it. mh2
A large assortment,
HENRY H. COLLINS ;
ar.14:h27 9d Avenne,near Smlthfleld St
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THEODORE F. PHILLIP!"
87 Market Street.
Prints, Inslins, Dress Goo 4
- FULL LINE OF
87. MARKET STIIIt.EET.
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CARR 9 McCANDLESS &
(Latd Wilson, Carr 16 Oo.,)
Fnioign and Domestie,Du Goo;
No. 94 WOOD STIDIET.
Tbird door above Diamond aIIey tiTT~BIIBBH. P+
Gt. A SS. CHINA. CUTLER!
100 WOOD STREET.
NEW GOODS 1
FINE VASES , '
BOHEMIAN AND CH .
TEA B TS, QIFT CUPS, ,
A large stook of • 1•
SILYEZ PLATED . .GOO . hs .
- of all descriptions:
Ca4and emurtbse.our gooesi and we,
fe e l aids 00A0,0 need,ralL to be suited. Y 9,
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~ DR. 1171371Trrert,
goNTINITES TO , TREAT, Al
private diseases, Syphilis in all Its, foreerrsmf, Meet, atrictnre, Orchitis. Ando;
urinary diseases and the effects of mercury ,A
• commetely eradicated; Spermatorrhea or idevfs,
Asa Weakness and Impotency, remitting- fr 4
selVabuse or other causes, and which product:
acme of the following effects, as blotches, bcfcr„t
weakness, indigestion, consumption, aversior
society, unmanliness, dread of fatnre evta ) 4,
loss of memory, indolence nocturnal emissect
and finally so prostrating the sexual system e;
. 4 . - .•; , ". •
render marriage unsatisfactory, and therefitr
Imprudent, are permaftently cured. Personey„ ,
Meted with these or any other delleat intric.,
or long standing oorestitntionalcogr i :unt eboqi, , •
give the Doctor a trial; . he never ls. t... ••
' A particular attention_ given to Mr amide
p AMU; Leuoorrhea or.whltea, VallingLinagAt
Won _or Ulceration of the Nomb, ifivarikftw .
p rills Amenorrhoesf. Igenorrlaffis. D3'snit*,o,,
n rrhoi and bterillty or Barrenness, are elm
ed with e greatest sucoets. =• •, ;
it i. eelf!evident that a physic:lSA who conak . :
himself exclusively to the smayof a certain cl .
.ordlieases and treats thouande of cues evc..- •r:;.
ear must acquire greater still in that spec ht,„ 7 1 ,
than one in general practiec "qr
• The Doctor publishes a mediCal DamphletbAcc
-fity pagesthat gives g lull exposition of veae t.
and private diseases, tb at can be had free at o •
Ct-N14 ,- _,
or by matt for two stamps, In Sealed envelorgicci_
Every sentence contains lash littler; to the i 6,
Althea, and enaNiagthem to determine the A . . .
else nature of their complaints. - O-
The establishment , 'comprising ten azit e
rooms.. is central.' ,Whey It Is not convenient ,viti
visit the city, the' Doctor's apitki9n can be A, - „a:
taluel brgiving a written statement of the aktri, ~
and medicines can be forwarded , by mall or f;1
;press t ,in some hiltanees. however, a perso ').'-'''.
'examination is absolutely utusary, while
others dally personal attention is - re qt tired , A - ''',
for the ausocroodation I' [such patients there
apartments connected with the office that 1 1 VF.,,_"-' 4
viaed with every • requisite ;that is .calc 'i,t-4,."-•
. Ertnote `recovery , including % Medicate al .).
, the., All prescriptions ;are prepared In i
octoes OWn laboratory, under his personal i
) pervition. ; Medical pamphlets'at Omen :ref),
' DT mall *Oft twostanipc. No .matter who in
railed, readwliat e says., Notitalit M. tour, -•
Sunders' ill it. lit.le. Moe._ 0. 9
assay wow cows , 8014111, t• El obar9b.;
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