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A score 3 , Iy.LLAD:
As I eat at my pianist' wheel,
A bonny I ddle passed Me bY:
I Owned me round and ylewd him well,i'
An' 0, I liked his elane'n' eye:
htlook unto my heart daateal; • •
Bet aye 'twined my spindle' wheel.
My well.sh aped hands he did extol.
He praised my Singers neat and small:
He said there one was lady fate
That wool at allot' me &map tre;
lits words into aty heart did steal:
Bat *yea turned - my spinals' wheel.
He coindi n' sabli lay bye my TN* tn . rt el,
wsin* say ',pinata' arhoel. •
He mimeo sae lay them a aside,
An' and be his bonny bade •
A lai d I liked eils worm'wheel eel.
I side my splnnla
.EPHEME ' IS.
:The ibiditesiged Child is at Nashville.
-The pcO'isksa two brothers older than
the 4t. r opewlkFv has
becii*M4- - -,°, 5 2 .. -
-The Weettefnaropni to bacco is . esti.
mated at 120,000. 11404e:14h -. .
is to play in Nets York in August. ; :.
-a-A carnlvercontione has been seised
in lefisishlcr' It eats thickenS alidlitheep.
••• • ili• 'phi M to 'who it; more than 'eighty
years - old, haebeAnnthe study of Botany.
"7 2 i i he Urfa . 4. Vf/4 41 . *nerd Sheri- .
dan made :his famous ride is is Dubuque.
-84(006 wil d . PigeoPt ;were
_ , B I APPerI
east-one ~day . last week, from Oaktield.
Wis. *. ' ' ' '-, '4l' ,Y ° •‘: -.'
-When Lee went inectgh Fredericks
burg fifty little gAls: 'strewed• flowers in
his path. s - '--•
-There are, seven_ counties in Ken
tucky in which no. person pays an in
-The first, sleeping car ever seen in
California arrived at Sacramento; from the
east, on Friday. -,- -
-The Crown Prince of Denmark into
marry the Crown Princess of B weden on
the .27th of Jtrly, , -
-More than 600 ladies of Rockford, 111.,
have petitioned the city authorities not to
grant liquor licenses.
-The address to the graduating class at
West-Poiut, is to be delivered this yeirby
Rev. XL VP: Beecher. •
-Cincinnati theatres are all closed save
one,in labial Emerson and_ Msnming's
minstrehraxeplaying. . ~ • -
-Amineral spring has been discovered
at. fir, Conn-, and &hotel is helot!,
erecteion the head of it; , ,- '
—AL,Slearinikiiiin Academy is ti) be
estabffalted ia,Dalie county, Wisconsin;
the traildingels to'cost 12.0,000: •
-George Cranes. of Ih r oshi 111,.
died on Saturday week,: in consequence
of beinglacted by n man. , ironed 'Mc- '
--Anna Wall bas advertised her has--
ingul, at Serlgorojile: , railrifi, **left
her bed and board, :and refluangio pay,
Tennyson has completed:a new vol
ume of poems, which only awaits i fitting
title before it goes into the hands of the
-On Saturday night two large clothing
- stores in Chitago were entered by bur ,
glass, who stole about $5OO , worth of
goods from each. '
-This evening the Young Men's
Library Association, of Chicago, is to de
cide -whether Its rooms 'arid: library shall
be opened, hereafter, on Sundays,
-A. little girl died, recently at Free
port, 111., from a needle entering her
knee just below the cap, and breaking off,
\ so that it was impossible to extract; it.
-This year's Yale _University boating.
crew is said so be the best thatever pulled
. in, New Haven Harbor. The Harvard
crew is said not to be so good as usual.
-A woman in Belgium killed her
grandchild recently because she didn't
like babies about the house. She stuck
n les into the infant's headuntil it died..'
ißelgravelloppner, who was one of
Byroa's intimates in Italy, has 'come out
with a letter to the London Athenanon,
impugning the veracity of the Countess
-A man was caught, the other day, on
a shaft in a Minneapolis eaw-mill, whirled
• at the rate of 600 revolutions per minute,
and finally , sent floating down stream in
very small pieces. - ' ' ~,
-4risis Blanche Gallon, of-the Ga llon
Opera Troupe, is now Mrs. Whiffln, - wife
Gf the tenor- of that' troupe, which has
played a seapcin'oll46 Saights in Philadel
' Oa and is now gobi#l,o IlOston.
h-IL J. -Barnes, a notiiiiotts horse thief,
has found hanging , to a, tree „ near ,ihe
Shelby depot,„Tennessee, Thursday
ridded. Tit4:.‘lrollete• From Papers
on his person it supposed that he was
originally front 'Newark, Now Jersey.
--The door ore, 4nrchge in a fast train
on the :Edit-filing ~ t, , Ghissuir Railway,'
suddenly burst open the other day, and a
little girl' five . years of :tge, cyrbo o 4 frailigan.'
lig W hist ' tb#,_ !IPr . 1 4 * , 1 4. e ;. 'A r io
brown out and kilted bnAttnell'-
= -This lefutottine Jitsitalri ll4 ,Wit ': '
two men were killed' by It pg I4Mcrr
cbt nty,: DL;: about eiftliteoltr,tn ilell
from W et 6l s iniP i killsi cifio*o l; ;A e)
bid ri3eix& ;,angsged :in, plcrwlig with..a.
tifivildig team, Off Wile *NO 'der It .
tree during the storm. - ~,,,;: ~;,• I,
. -Weep Is dalledna (*stem .cif rusty
bkonfae itti btit'9oolillreOffotai ll Otr -,
tie, *we .ft42;256 :WWI from" ii.
euw ,In the semn , 'Wesic it ilea . southern'
city, being but IMO 1,000 MilciifleM ; the„
Gulf of 'Nalco undri,gat ini . direet, ibia:
' from the north cmuttof Alssits : '- --
--Jobsillitt Jan4tli, :4 4, 0 0 9 e0140.- . '
- iftu eaicide' 'o n:
SetOrdaYs hY llabhil i g , lielielf In . 41i
'masa with a buteheei Wield;
, • :Jcl .'4, 1-,,,i,
. • .
1'.4.W,;;A4V-0, - * J"T‘'.
has several times'shown signs of insanity,
it is supposed she was mentally deranged
when she committed the fatal deed.
—L dispatch from St. Joseph, Mo.,
says that Frederick Foreman, of the
Southern Reconstruction Society, pissed
through there on Saturday evenintt, on
the way to-. commence a lecturing tour
wren& the Southern Stites,mith a view
to the introduction of coolie serfdom
throughout the South.
—At Genesee, New York, last Satur
day, a man, who had been opposed to the
northern Flu, tore from the glove ,of his
son, a youne soldier, the flowers placed
there by his former comrades, and scat
tered them in the mud in the streets, with
oaths and imprecations on those who had
decoratedithe grave. -
--kgirl at Bromberg, thirteen years
old, the conghter of a high Prussian dig-
Initary, took her own life by jumping into .
the river In consequence of a ' rebuke
which olio received from her teacher. Be-
fore inali4g the fatal leap, she Wormed
her schoolmates that she was about iodic+,
and , invited them to her (=era':
—At South Hadley, Masi., ti few weeks
ago, some workmen, while , repairing the,
'nld Hayes place, found in the chimney on
the second floor an entrance Opening into
an unused closet, and to this oven-like
place were two smoked hams that were
in a perfect state of preservation; and
had been there over fifty years. •+
—it first, report said that M. Wash.
Darns could not speak a word of French,
afterwards ft turned out that he speaks
and writes French very well. and is es
pecially familiar with French history and
politics, and now it turns out that Mrs.
Washburne, too, is thoroughly wavers
' ant with the language of the Empire.
—A. boy named Larzelere, twelve years
old, was drowned on Friday, at Zanes
ville, while bathing in the Muskingum.
Having cried for help, a Mr. Guthrie
swam out to save him, but after having
been dragged under water twice himself
by the boy's struggles, he was compelled
to abandon him for self-preservation.
.:-.McKean and Bingham's grist and
saw-mills, in Camden, New Jersey, were
destroyed by lire on Sunday afternoon.
A large stock of lumber was also con
sumed. It is supposed to have been the
work of an incendiary. There was about
$30,000 of insurance on the buildings and
stock, and the loss, it is estimated exceeds
the insatiate by about $lO,OOO.
—On Friday the officers of the Savings
Fund Society, of Philadelphia, received
a package through Adams' Express,
containing the remainder of the txmds
stolen from them nem weeks aso. AIl
'of , the property stolen has now bemire
°revered, excepting shoat $l5 l OOO in cash
-aid $5,000 worth of dhunpads. The
'directors gave notice that the Society
'would resume businesi on Mends?:
Willa sail Croatia.
PASSING the time—going by a dock.
"Light dues"—Photographers' clucien.
A THOROUGH miss baker is as rare as
a thorough bred horse.
"L'Hounis Qur nrr" is addressed to
L'Homme qui reads.--Pueeh
Is Irian best played by candle-light,
gas-light or ifoyLs-light?—.lndy.
QUILP intimates that he believes in the
woman's movement--on , washing day.
Esnuammosr - of one who had seen NI
agars—"Oh, water falling off was there!"
NnvEn wait fora thing to turn up. Go
and Iran it up yourself. It takes less time
and is sure to be done.
Tug" Harrel boys for the International
Regatta are vigorously temperate, bat
they go on a train daily.
Tn Anvil Chorus of the one hundred
Boston firemen at the Jubilee is sure to
be a very striking performance.
Fun says the abolition of the Irish
Church is "an established fact," 'and
that the Orangemen are "a disestablished
A rumen mother4n.law says! “What
affords me pleasure la_ 14te death of my
grtindson is the grief it will cause to my
TOE signboard of a tavern, near Stras
bourg, ,France,• bears the following in
scription: "Strong beer and wine of the
first quality. Customers drinking more
than twelve glasses will be sent home in
a cab, free of charge, in case they are
unable to walk."
WOMEN talk --men act. Women dream
—men think.- Women sit around hest
taungly—men go and do promptly. Wo
men guess—men decide. Women are
going to see about it by and by—men. face
the thing on the instant. Women Put•
stvely accept=--mern bodily (aud often to
their sorrow) propose . '
EvEn . FrenChwomen aie disagreeable
to . ' one anottet sometimes. The other
day two "deareit friends" were in Con
versation. "My 'deer," said the eldest,
"do you know that !your husband told
me last night that my cheeks, were, like
roses ?" "Yes, love, I, know he did.
He spoke of it afterwards, and said it was
a pity they were yellow roses." • ,
TANNERS' hark isbeeoming dear, and a I
better means of utilizing it are being dis..
covered. , 'The first great improvement Is
to - redueb. it to powder, instead of - the
costae grinding that is usual .' Twenty
per cent. mote of tannin is thus obtained
byjeZehliig it in d water,
driven - Into'
the mass,by powe rf ul hydraulic
ay, than! by.;,th old methods.::, hot
water' gives a stil greater yield, but it.
also extracts some .ew element injurious
to leather. :
t A.CORBITIUOT flood the. country with
;counterfeit money,) with headquarters in.
'OXON bac icio been discovered. The
:plan, was to scatter) men in all the prink&
pal 'eltlo.3 of the North' and West; dud
litte the money put into ,circulation sim-,
Thetotutixerjilly was the,
,day fixed' for ths,l,operationi: and = the In;
t4tlon was distribute as many
spurious upteslsi , poeaibla betirien sun.
'mosildwanigux ~; Osti
• i.• L
Rink wataleartght tinring May or the
first week in - Jnne_, will keep a tong time
perfectly pure and sweet; Some caught
in 1828 %vas pronouneed as sweet se spring
water is 1850. •
Tint recants to the Ticket Agent of
the Pacific Railroad at Omaha have aver
aged $4,000 per day ainee the opening of
the road. One day this week the evening
Amin tor Sacramento took seven Damn ger cars Nil, the majority of which were
AT Bucharest, recently, a brigand of
herculean strength was about to bo hung
for murder. lie buret the spa which
bound him, like flax, seized the execu
tioner, and hanged him before assistance
could arrive. Be Was thereupon appoint
ed to his victim's °dice.
A CONTRIVANCS by which. the true
magnetic Me will be indicated in every
latitude, unitiluenced by local causes,
and prevent or obviate the variation - of
the compass, has been devised at Graff
Botta, South Africa. The inventor will
go to England td twelve the patent.
Tim other.night, Military:Hon, in Pat
terson, Now Jersey, was struck by light
ning. which invaded a ball room in which
thertwas a dant* going on. The light
tang ran under 4 long isench which was
tilled With 1018,1 and overturned the whole
lot, upsetting the fete downward,
into the,middleof tho floor, and stunning
Ahem tor a minute. - A. man ~had all the ,
hair burned off his head. ~
Trts Illustrationof Paris publishes an
engraving of a great spreading tree near
Cams under Which, according to tradi
tion..'.loseph and Mary and the infant
Jesus took shelter during their flight into
Egypt. The tree, which stands on ground
belonging to the Isthmus of Sues Canal
Company, was marked to be cut down,
but the Empress Eugenie has purchased it
standing and now pays a keeper to watch
TITRY are running a railroad through
the old dueling ground at Weehawken,
New Jersey, and the granite block which
marked the spot upon which Burr stood
at the time of his duel with Hamilton,
has been taken op, and used as a cover•
ing stone for a culvert. The intelligent
"boss" of the job said he thought "Burr
was a mean cuss, anyhow, and net of
much account, and be guessed it would
be more useful doing duty as a covering
stone than perpetuating his memory."
Ali inexorable brute of statistical pro ,
divides, perpetrates the following atro
ciously hard facts concerning the ages of
the most beautifhl I and attractive of our
female theatrical stars: Laura Keene is
fifty-six; Mrs. John Drew Is over sixty;
Mrs. Bowers is forty-five; Maggie Mit
chell is forty„one,Charlotte Thompson is
thirty-four; Effi e' Germon forty; Kate
Reignolds is forty-three; Lotbi is twenty
six.; Charlotte Cushman is nearly seventy,
and a maiden: Mis. Davenport Lander is
fifty. Lydia Thompson - will never see
thirty again, and Miss Marriott heinni•
ved at "years ofd La..tetort." -, .
A sun:maim has been opened in Ber
lin in connection with t h e Evangelical
Jotaumneastlit, for theparposo of educat
ing young men—of whom there are
already sevenin the establishment —tollll
the oinees of clergymen . and teachers
among the German immigrants in the
United slates. The constant stream of
immilmation from Germany to America
- has made the want of educated pastors
anal schoolmasters every day . more and
more felt. The North American semi
nary, though united to the Jobanneastift,
is en independent administration and has
separate accounts,-but they are both en
tirely dependent on voluntary contribu
tions for their support.
Donrso the late meeting at Berlin of
the. Society for Giving Aid to Sick and
Wounded in Time of War, the Prussia
army, had a grand mancevre. In this
they imitated exactly an actual field of
battle. Men were supposed, to be killed
and wounded, and were borne off the
field. The ambulances - were-ad equipped
as for war, and the army surgeons were
on duty and watching over_ the carriage
of wounded men; as if the field of battle
were a real:one. To test the medical 416
rangernCnta, the *umber of men supposed
to ,be wounded, was made . greater then
would actually be the case, and wounds
of ail kinds were supposed to be Inflicted)
Every wounded man was attended to on
the field. ,
Two students of Bt. Vincent's College
at Wheeling, while swimming in Wheel
ing Creek, on Thursday afternoon, eV
tempted to carry two entailer boys .across
the creek on their backs. One of them,
William Johnson, had a smaller buy,
named; : Baxter on his shoulders, and
witere in the middle of the Stream was
heard to cry out, "Baster you are clink.rite.
Ing " A brother hi .1 0 1 30011t er who
stood on : the altore, fieting him in distress,'
plunged la and Ramada! In relieving
him of his loath thinking he would have
no further , difficulty, The latter, how
ever, immediately went under the aur ,
face, rose again and bank to rise no
more. The toys immediately commenced
diving for him and in a ' few Winder
fouacf and brot4itt to eilOre 1 1 4 0 9 4 1! Pit
It Was too late, t .
Trim UNwiianre,n.„/ - t , OTIOX 'ov 1 1 4
BEAU - T.—Vie effeet of.,everything that
touches the heart is Mitldpfied by the in
tensity of the heart's own chang es: flanen
it Is that it is' o sensitive—ao 0 W
arrindex pf the; hotly's" etate, ' tience,
akto it is that It neyer.. wearies. Let um
remind you of the work dope L e t our
haute in a day: A 041311 f toiali. outward
work his whole effect upeth tbaiWoritl, in
twenty-four hours, bas'beenieeliflPed et
about 850 foet-tons, That nY,lte Mitch
as a good "bard dare wo e ." 'During
the same time, the heart has been = v at
tbaZaio of 12 0 feet-Rinft, Th., et is
to say, if all the pulses of a diky ell4.lligilt
could be concentrated and weldedltdo OPO
great throb, that throb would=
enough te throw Ai UM of Iron, 120 f t
Into - the air, Antiwyeti the • t
Is never , weary, i Many ye
im.funt , red
after ' but 'feeble , More; few , of Os`* lll
hold $ otter out at'orut , o length witbbuts'
after klbsyMitiutpi,:,drolipta It. , littl i a '
bealthy;„ heart, I ', afid., Mg . t firt, Inv
sOutid, beart,,toothongti by ettmea .you
can tell ludo eyealng, r hy il fdrpkiaLthet ,
It has-)oeen vexed ilurlag the r'day; WA It
has been thrown ,off Ida , battier/0i by the
turmoils' and ,worries of ',Weyer°. no'
Igniting *rough the • night While •WO are!
aeldeke t 'a c rid whoa we awake to the' TOM '
trig, we filiditnt Work s t,fresli as if had' .
only Just begun to hest' 'lt`doti title be.
cause open each etrokfl of work there fol.
hips"lv Period; a brief' but roof period of
rest; beceuse the' nezt iitreibs.Wifieh come
/I 1 bui,ibe rilitgral ;Ifeetiteuffii, of thsktest.
iimui 13110(ftt)'sruiteli; It; Weatifiecla fact,
0 00lt ,beat is, In forcg, la scope', la ,alutflto.
ter,dieveryttilag, ,tbe elmplef.olProolva'
of the befulfia owe onorgystul goo, r-Ap.
plitose! , ilinaiwil:
GAZ.EITE: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9; lee%
WELDON & BELLY,
issollatirsis ant Wllkokisale Deal • ta
AND LAMP GOOD
OAIDION AND LI7BRICATIN
No. 147 Wood Street.
Begain Betteeentitliand 6th Avenues.
FRUIT , CANNOP
RIGT IT. '
' • P pl ‘ l . ;:il.lljl3.Gl C. PA . •
We are now prepare to snap Timken and
Potters , It Is perfect, ahnple,/artiVaa -cheap Its
the plain top, having. the namea of the Tar tone
Penile tatepe4 'upon the cover, raOtatlntfrOnt'
the *enter. and an istdex or, palmier shtmped upset
the top of the din:
It Istlearthillatlnelly and Permanently
• LADVILion;. -
by merely ilachmt the name of the frattle
Can contains opposite the_
_pointer and sealing la
the customary Manner. No preserver or fruit or
wood housekeeper will use any other after sow
',retell It. sahib
♦ Imp assortmest,
lINNItY H. COLLINS,
fipllthrt ; pd Avenue, neer Smithfield St.
' . A.iiiii?
and Handsome Designs,
QW OPENING AT,
No. .ip , r Market Street
( "METH AVENIIII,) -
Embracing a large and carefully selected stock
of the new st deities twin the FINEST STARV
ED GOLD o the CHEAPEST ARTICLE known
to the trod . .All of whiclirkoffer At prices that
will pay burrewexamlisq.,
sTO 4 V I O R. Hu ffs ".% BRO.
PIPE STUB lA A !IgW PUCE
NEW. WAIL., ,PAVII_EnEE;
.191. 'Liberty Street,
BPRI G 900D9 ARRIVING DAILY. 106
IDT & FRIDAY,
MIME& GIN, &O.
PENN 9 PENN STREET,
i ve Removed to
OS. 81341 AND:BS6 PENN,
JOSEPH - FINCH & CO"
Nos. 1M . 107, Vie, 191. 183 and / 91 4'.
7W T ATIIIErR, 113131.79.011.
Copper Dtatllled Pure Rye Whisk •
• Also. dealorn •in 901111/1N WINEtt sad I.
QUt)1181. 4O ts. 144 mhz.t.ani
I '4:l-Aii3. ORINA. CUTLERY.
100' WOOD STIFIEET.
"FINE "'VASES ,
111001KKIAN AMID 42 . 1 1111114 4
i Sleri i lt rncia' ' •
SEWER PLATED 000 1)8
of ail doooriPtions. •
Can sad 412SiliTIG oar 10041' sad •wh
fool fillitsged no one mid ran to hominid.
E. BREED CO
1141,000 D STREET.
'EAR, In 11;01111;
04111. lllll i nfoo atm Or;ien Broxi, equal to
riOor , oat Pa rill !out ens,.
rrpiattur. *am &BAN%
total toboot St. Lools.
rill*" num ilgt.sD2l:Abe %Da,
sit awl 0010 LOW-AilD lour:
I & TaXilDI
AU•makeny.lSePt.9.lsBo.l; .1., 1 71 ir• *11.1,*,
jig 4-11. Pkoorit.
1111WIHNT & BRATI,
No. 6$ Sandusky Mr illegkety;
tantossiorommt ot NENVEL',POsTS 'and '
SALALIATEHE coostAottr °nitro& TUAELtie
°gng 44142341 . 1i5," °OWN
ASIL-2 11 casks "
pri9 , ! , s.s.im.zaw
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a W WI
Ck 3 0 ti)
IZt be 04 is
15 P 4 4• 4
mai w A p
• 13:1 rnP Ail 44
coia PR to
zg2 , 1 41
k 4 5 4 r , 3
t u b, 1 . 5 0
0 E 4 to
NEW space , GOODS
usoo# F. PHILIPS'
Prints, }Waling, Dress l Goods,
PULL LIFE OP
SILK 1 SACQUV4I39
- (Liti 'Wilson. Carr b. C -o.
REALIC ! Iid
Foreign and Domestic •
No. !It* WOOD STREET
Odra door stars Diamond
. ALLIV: ./11
' The partnership between the e
Boiler liskerd. &c.; under the n
'BARNUM'. *100.; was dissolved
, on Nay SO, 1889. The books and
to theist* Ilin4wldl be settled and-e
;by Atr.-OlgO. N . ..ARMSTIPING. at
ithelate 9rin, Ne. 118 Penn' street.
Itnin duly auttiorlsed.and claims
will be presented to him.
WK. B - :j
Prtresusan. June 3.1569;
St., (formerly Cana
87 far! ,Street
oirsics. VOixer Vorgamy,
• Ray TO, MIS. -
The firm of EDWARDS. SMITE 4E:CO.. has
this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The
business willlhereafter be cow:meted under the
style of 51dITS & WARRICK. o
, L R. SMITH.
1 _ wm. w .e.itatcs.
Having Calmed of my interest in the Wett
Point Founciry to Messrs. Smith & Warrick, I
take great pleasure in recommending* the new
Arm to the cenedence and patfonage of the busi
I CE: ICE V ICE!
14 / 1 11. KREBS,
No. 5b Diamond Alley,
fl Orders addressed to W. ICAIMIS, Eight!
la FOR SALE
BY THE TON OR OTIERNVISE,
At No. 64 Sandit!tky Street,
hiachine Stone Works,
Northwest corner of West Cotatacra Allegheny.
YPRZWIC. ATVA.TIC , It & CO.
/Lave on hand or prepare on short notice liesztb
IPA Stop atopes,lelags for Sidewalks, Blower!
Visits, C. Read and Walla Stohes. As.
orders nrninVitly aTrtentnn. PVIAPP fnsitrtisblie
- • DR. WillT'llErt.
OiONTINUES TO TREAT ALL
private (Dames. all its forms, alt
lir Miry diseases matte vilcc s 'Of Mercury are
etennietety eradicated; Bperznatorrhea or' :Semi.
nil AVrekness, and impotency. resulting from
Inifabuse Or other causes, and which produces
acme of•the following effects, as blotches, bodily
weakness. indigestion, consumption, avession to
society. unmanliness, dread of future °events.
loss of memory, indolence, nocturnal emissionli,
and finally so prostratingthe sexual system ad to
render marriage unsatisfactory, and .therefore
Imprudent, are permsoently cured. Persons af.
Meted with these or any other delicate, intricate
or long standing constitutional comilaintshanid
give the Doctor a trial; he never s.
A particular attention Went.° MI enialis COM-
Plaints. T.eneorrhcasit.Wititeo, , UMW-
I nation or 'Ulceration of the Werub, - OverlUs.
Amenorrhoea. Menorrhagla„ DisMen
norrhoes. and bterility or Barrenness, are treats
It is self-evident that a physician who ominneir
himself exclusively to the study of a certain *tau
of direetee: anti treats' thousands of cases every
yearmust acquire greater skill in that spectral
than on 1n general practice. --
The .Iloctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
fifty pegestliat, gives a full exposition,of Venereal
and. private diseases.th at can be had Tres at office
or by Mall'•for two stamps, in sealed envelopes.
Zvery sentence contains instruction to the at
lictedand enabling them to determinetbo P re "
else n aturs of their completing. :,....
• The 'eatiblishment, comprising ten ample
teem/tie central. When it is not convenient to
visit city; the Doctors opinion can be ob.
tslllo2 by giving a written statement of the case,
and Medicines can be forwarded by mall or ,
Melt In some hutaneet. however, a personal
examination Is' absolutely necessary, ' while in
others daily personal attention 10 rer and
for the accommodation 4 'such patlen there are
, apartments connected with the oCice t
'videdmith every ...Waite that li d calcall to
KaCjeirre 4 o ;e n tla_p ging. TAW in a ril/
Doctor's own Isom - story. under hit rational str
gl," r a n ki r t v d ertat i n a g. Pb ri a 'tt t att l enh f C r . " 4 l,!r e .
failed; read what he earl. Doors U SAS:fog P.Y.
Sundays VS N. to r. st, Officeo. 9 WYLIIL
bTREF.T. (near Clourt Douse., Pittsburgh. Ps.
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lin. 11 and 13 FIFTH AVENUE.
The Latst.Arrival ;
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