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A BLIND MAN'S FIRESIDE.
Talk to me,•oh ye eloquent flames,
Gossips and comrades tint •
Nobody knowl me. poor and blind, •
That sit in your merry shine.
Nobody knows me nut my dog:
A friend I've never seen,
But that comes to my call, and loves me
For the sympathies between.
'Tie pleasant to bear in the cold, dark night, -
Mounting higher and higher,
The crackling, chattering, sputtering, spattering
Flames in the Wintry L ie.
Half asleep in the corner. •
I hear you prattle anititnapo
And talk to me and Thur.:,
That doses in my
You laugh with the infliest laughter; -
Ton dance, you jest; eh sing,
And suggest in the se..ltr. midnight •
The Joys of the coml.= Baring.
Not even the lark on the fringe of the cloud,
Nor the thrush on the hawthorn bough,
Singeth a song more pleasant to bear
Than the song you're singing now.
Your voices are of gladness;
Ever they seem to
After the eventn 4—M orn in g
After the night—the day!
After this mortal blindness,
A heavenly Melon clear,
The smitten see whin the eyes ale dark;
Awakel let the light appear:
I —All the Fear :Round
DAN RICE is building a $20,000 barn In
Tits Blair County Agricultural Fair is
to be held in Hollidaysburg on the 28th,
29th and 80th proximo.
EBSITSBURG is to have telegraphic com
munication with outside barbarism and
talks of celebrating the event publiyly.
THERE are said to be eighty-one candi
dates for nominations at thelorthcoming
Republican Convention in Lancaster
BaevEn. Methodists want to build a
church on the-public square, and the Ar
pa says the people object and threaten to
Tnn Johnstown, Tribune says: "The
yield is above the average in this part of
the State, and the growing corn and oats
crops are looking well."
Txr, Roman Catholic parsonage at
Ebensburg is to be raffled toff at $2 a
chance, the drawing to take place dur-*
ing the first week of the next Court.
A ROUTE has been detled on for the
proposed railroad from Freeport to But
ler.- Several were proposed and the one
chosen is known as the the "Little Buf-
11121 k girl, hawed Powell, livingin
Cambria township, Cambria County. had
her fciot and ankle cut completely off by a
'flowing machine, which her father was
managing at the me.
A FEW days ago Mr: William Byerly.
of this place, killed a monster black
'snake, eleven feet six inches long. It
was oletty located in the cellar just dug
for Mr. Welch's new house in... Riverside.
—Danville American. -
"tan named Samuel Dundore was
attacked by a couple of highway robbers
near •East Buffaloe Union county, last
week. They requested his money or his
life, andhe decided to let them have the
money, which "animated to $205.
NRr N/CEOLAS RIFFLE; of Middlesex
township, was killed on the Bth of July,
by alarge barn door falling upon him,
which he was endeavoring to put in
proper working order for his neighbor,
Mr. Philip Miller.—Buller Independent.
Tice .NortAtoastern Independent is a neat
little paper, just started in Butler, with
the motto "Independent, Fearless and
Free," and with both the Republican and
Democratic platforms in its columns. It
claims to start with a circulation of 1,500.
ON Friday three buildings in Clarks
ville, Mercer county, occupied as dwell
ing houses, were destroyed by fire. Two
- of them were owned by Hon. M. B. Low
ry, of Erie, and the third by a Mr. Fruit.
The loss amounted to about $3,000 and
there was no insurance.
ON Monday night last the large store
house of A. M. Stewart & Co. and Wm.
B. Marshall, in Indiana, was entered by
burglars and • the large fire proof safe
blown open and robbed of $1,300 in
money and Government bonds. The
same gang then proceeded to the store
room of J. M. Guthrie, which they also
entered, and the safe of which they also
blew Open, but obtained butlittle for their
THE Greensburg Democrat says: On
Monday of last week, Mr. William Sell,
near New Stanton, while assisting to
5 unload hay off a wagon, by means of a
patent hay fork, the hook that held the
tackle to the rafters gave Way, and the
pulley in falling struck hint,on the head,
injuring him so severely that he survived
only until the Thursday morning follow
ing. Mr. Sell was aged folly years, and
Tnn remains of an:unknown man,
supposed to have been drowned, were
found on the 31st tilt., among a pile of
drift wood lodged on an island in the
Susquehanna river, about a mile above
Safe Harbor. The body was in such a
state or decomposition that the head and
one foot had dropped off and were gone.'
An inquest was held by A. R. Witmer,
Esq., Deputy Coroner, and a verdict
Tendered that the deceased came to his
death by drowning, or -some other cause
unknown to the jury.—lntelligsneer.
'Miss BeitstaiLa Gnazir, 93 years of
age, who resided with her nephew, Rich
ard Hoffmaster, at 317 Binghampton
street, fell out of the second story win
dow of the premises about nine o'clock
on Saturday evening last, sustaining
such severe injuries that she died within
about an hour after the accident. The
height from which she fell was about
twelve feet, and it would appear from a
severegull that was cut in her forehead
that she struck her head upon the brick
vement. She was also somewhat
knised about the body.—Reading Times.
what an Eclipse Might Be.
Al correspondent of the Boston Post
says: "Few people trouble themselves to
think what the effect would be if the
eclipse of Saturday wereto last any
length of time, and the sun Were blotted
from the heavens. Philosophy declares
that not only:would altorror of darkness
cover the earth, but the moisture of the
atmosphere would be precipitated in Vast
showers to the earth, and the temperature ,
fall to a fearful point of cold, nothing less
than 280 degrees below zero. Fahrenheit.
:The earth would be the seat of darkness,
andmore than arctic desolation. I.,ioth
ing could survive such freezing cold, a
moment, more than one could breathe In
scalding water. In three days after the
cooling process began, nothing created
would be alive but monsters. that wallow
in the deep ocean and the pyeleas reptiles
that make their haunts in caves which
penetrt.te far under ground.
THE new opera house at Akron was
Opened on the 26th ult.
SAMUEL Pi:amnia died at Cadiz on the
first of August, aged 109 years.
THE Bucyrus machine company has
failed and will probably go into bank
RAVENNA had a Spiritualists' picnic the
other day, at which four or five hundred
people were present. •
Du. ROSBITER, an aged lunatic, for
merly of Miami county, hung himself in
the Dayton Asylum a few days since.
THE ALLEGHENY quartette club, when
it sang in Canton had, according to the Re
pository "a small and exceedingly select
A cam) of Gustavus Delaney of Blan
chard Township, Hancock Co., eighteen
months old was drowned in a cistern on
the 26th ult.
A Mis. JACOB SEACRIST made his first
balloon ascension the other day. He
went up alone from Wooster, and came
down safely about twmity-five miles to
the north•west of that place.
THE Belmont Chronicle says: "The
grasshoppers are destroying the oats crop
in some parts of this county. They eat
off the small stem that holds the grain to
the straw, leaving the field without any
thing but standing straw."
A swum confederacy of thieves, bound
together by horrid oaths of mutual con
cealment, co•operation and protection
from legal interference, has been discov
ered in Fostoria and its vicinity. A
newly-received member of the gang ex
posed their doings. • •
THE Ashtabula Sentinel says: "The
wheat crop in this county, while it is
much greater than fox many years, knd is
very heavy, has been pretty generally
got in without loss. :1i he crop of oats'is
unusually fine and is latiNV pretty gener\
ally ready for cutting:"
YOUNG Joachim Hagglestein of Salem
Township, Ottowa County, formerly of
Mecklenburg, Germany, being jilted by
the girl of his heart, whom. he had
brought from fatherland expissly for
matrimonial purposes, drowned himself
in Portage river on the 34th ult.
4 FEnocious sow, near Newark, a few
evaiings ago, • seized a child named
Smootz, stripped its clothing off, broke
one of its arms in three ' places, severely
cut its face and head, and was only pre
vented from killing it by the interpositiou
of a young - woman who was near. ut hand
and came to its rescue.
A YOUNG German from near Summer
ford, Madison county, was thrown from
his wagon on East Main street last Sat
urday afternoon, about five o'clock, and
shockingly bruised and cut, one of his
ears being torn off and an arm broken.
He was kindly cared for and taken home,
where he died last Tuesday morning. He
Was unable to give his name intelligibly.
—Springfield Republic. .
Mn. ALoizo Elms, of the "Croton
House," five miles west'of this city, has
a pig now about four weeks old, which
he procured frotn a man near Doyles
town, that has - but two, legs—the hind
legs natural to the hog kind being entire
ly absent. The rest of the litter being
perfect animals, though not more lively
and wide - awake than the two-legged in
question, Mr. Ellis reporting that he takes
regular and full rations, and poising him
self on the two legs with which he is pro
vided, gets over the ground about as fast
as granters of his age generally do.
Akron Beatan. •
The Petroleum Trade.
At Pen Horn, on the New York and
Erie Railroad, about four miles from Jer
sey city, is an extensive depot for storing
petroleum in bulk. A large quantity, of
the coal oil is received here, as much as
120 cars sometimes arriving in a day, hav
leg been brought directly from the Penn
sylvania wells. Each of the oil cars has
two fixed tubes or tanks, each tank hold
ing 40 barrels. On arriving at the depot
the oil is removed from the car to a re
ceiving tank placed at the aide of the
track. This is most effectively done by
an application of the syphon principle.
One end of d great iron syphon is placed
in the car tank, and the other end is put
into a bucket of oil in the receiving tank.
The air is then exhausted from the sy
phon by - a syringe, and the pres
sure upon the surface of the oil
in the car-tank continues to force it rap
idly through the syphon into the over
flowing bucket, until it has all passed
from the car-tank into the receiver. Four
thousand gallons of oil, it is asserted,
may be emptied from one tank to the
other in Ails way in less than five min
utes' time. From the receiver-tank the
oil is pumped by steam • into huge round
iron reservoirs, capable of holding 20,000
barrels each. These reservoirs are made
of the best boiler iron,
and are tarred and
sanded upon the top, to shed the water.
In these receptacles the oil remains until
It is required for shipment, when it is
forced by a steam pump,' driven by an
engine of forty-horse power, through a
line of iron pipes, seven miles long, to
Weehawken, on the Hudson, where it is
again pumped from the reservoir into ele
vated tanks upon the wharves.
Gettysburg Twice a Battle.Flold.
An archteological investigation of the
country around Gettysburg, conducted
by a learned antiquarian, has proved the
truth of a belief long entertained by resi
dents, that the battle-field of Gettysburg
had, in the distant past, been the scene of
a bloody struggle between the Indians,
or of some unknown and extinct race.
This fact is attested:by the exhumation
of the military instruments of the com
batants and the remains of the dead in
what is known as the Indian Field, about
a mile southwest of Round Top and of
the National Cemetery. These relics are
found thickly imbedded in the soil over
the whole area of territory which was
the scene of the rebel gefeat of 1883.
They consist of stone arrow-heads, battle
'axes, war clubs, shields, &c. Borne of
them have been disinterred from their
tombs of centuries and placed on exhibi
tion in the College.
. Pon twenty yeara past there bas ex
isted a spring of wonderful medicinal vir
tue on the line of the Northern,.,Central
Railway, a little less than two miles north
from the borough of Canton, Bradford
county, Pa. A new.rallway station has
been established there, and the name of
an old Indian chief, lifonequa, given to it.
Ever since thp discovery of the spring it
has had little more than a local reputa
tion, though the cures of rheumatism,
eresypelas, scrofhla and various diseases
of the skin and kidneyt its waters have
effected are someone and remarkable.
PITTSBURGH GAZEM: :TITE,SDA.Y„ AUGUST 10 , 1.869.
A prominent English gentleman who
has arrived here reports that it is surely
the purpose of the British Cabinet to ac
cord belligerent rights to the .Cubans, and
that very soon, following her own pre
cedent in the case.of the Southern States.
Urgent calls are received at the Treas
ury for small currency, from New York,
Philadelphia, Albany and elsewhere, but
there is very little in the Treasury, there
being only $6OOO in 50-cent notes. A
small, lot in Pittsburgh has been tele
Reports from the Indian country are all
favorable for peace, and Commissioner
Parker sees no reason to fear a disturbance
anywhere this fall. The policy of col
lecting the Indians in reservations is
going forward, and unexpectedly largo
numbers of persons are coming, and
showing a disposition to adopt the habits
'of civilized life. The system of distribu
ting annuity goods at large towns, which
led to lawlessness, and ended in a transfer
of most of the goods to white traders and
sharpers at nominal prices, has been
broken up and distributions are now gen
erally made on the reservations, access
to which is denied to traders. his plan
is found to work a great deal better than
the old one.
The published account of the Associa
ted Press describing the riot at Mobile,
bears marks of partisan prejudice on its
face. The riot was premeditated by the
Rebels. The mob were prepared for
murder, as will be shown when the un
prejudical reports are received.
It is understood that the Nat'onal Con
vention of Liquor Dealers will urge Con
gress to repeal the present tax on whiskey
and re-enact the old law, requiring a
tax of two dollars per gallon.
Judge Dent to-day was delighted with
the news from Tennessee, as he consider.
ed it the forerunner of a similar result in
Mississippi. He called in to see Judge
Richardson, Acting Secretary of the
Treasury, and assured Mr. Richardson
that he was as good a Republican as
there \ was in the country.
A prominent Tennessee politician now
here received a telegram from Nashville
to-day, which states that the prospects of
Andrew Johnston for the election to the
United State Senate are now considered
almost certain, \ as the majority of the
Conservative members of the Legislature
elect are already pledged to him. His
only opponent of auy`strength will be
Col. Bailie Peyton, but efforts are snak
ing to induce the latter to Withdraw from '
the contest. The dispatch adds that the
Radicals are divided in opinion regarding
their candidate. with a stro,ng probability
that Stokes will be their final clioide.
Other advices state that Republicafis
who supported Sentor for Governor wily
bolt the Conservative ticket if Johnson
is nominated, and assert that his strength
is mainly confined to the Old Line Dem
A new system of defrauding the
revenue has been discovered in practice
all over the country. The stamps used
are pasted on with rye meal paste,or other
ingredient which does not adhere too
strongly, to allow the stamp to be taken
off without tearing. In this way the
same stamp has been used to cover sev
eral barrels of spirits, and the same rule
is applied to tobacco and segar boxes.
The perpetrators of these frauds are in
every instance United States revenue
What Five Mouths Have Done
Let us enumerate some of the results of
the brief five months of President Grant's
administration, which may be cited to
the public in response to the . charge that
the public service is neglected.
We were told in October last by the
same oracles that now find it so difficult,
in speaking of the President, to respect
the ordinary proprieties of social life,
that there would be a deficiency in our
revenues for the fiscal year just closed of
one hundied and fifty-four millions of
dollars. That is what they regarded as
the best prospect the future had to offer
us financially nine months ago.
Now, what has this idle, cigar-smok
ing, horse jockey of a President accom
plished during the brief five months that
he has had such control of the Govern
ment as Congress accorded to him?
By a 'greater care in the selection of
trustworthy agents, and by - a vigorous
enforcement of the law, the revenues have
so rapidly increased that the direct debt
of the government has already, since his
inauguration, been reduced between forty
three and forty-four millions - of dollars.
The revenues from whisky and tobacco
alone have more than doubled. A re.
duction of the army from forty regiments
to twenty-five is to result in a further
saving of many millions.
The effects of the new policy of the
government toward the Indians cannot
now be appreciated, but enough is already
known to make a further economy in that
direction that must be estimated by mil
lions. Our Federal securities are worth
to-day at least $250,000,000 more than
they were worth the day our President
wasinaugurated, and are advancing at
the rate of ten or fifteen millions a week.
There is no doubt of our ability to fund
the entire national debt within a year at a
rate of interest not exceeding four and a
half per cent. We are sure of surplus
at the end of the current fiscal year of
from $125,000,000 to $150,000,000, and it
rano longer a question that our revenues
will justify a large reduction of our taxes.
—New York Timm. '
LAST Saturday, as a train came around
a curve to a high trestle west of Big Mtn,
near Marietta, a woman was suddenly
discovered walking on the track, and she
as suddenly saw the train, and, seeing her
imminent danger, dropped between the
ties, holding Herself suspended by her
arms around a tie, till it passed over her.
The train was checked till she was seen
to climb up again safely. She looked
like a woman a little past middle age, and
did'nt scream, but went to work to save
herself in a thorough business-like man
AT the iron furnace of Mr. J. P. Bur
ton, at Massillon, a piece of • lhnestone
was recently found, in the center of
which was imbedded a- round white
mineral substance resembling feldspar,
about the size of a nickel, and in the
center of tkis, set like mosaic work, was,
to appearance, a sprig of four-leaved
clover about a quarter grown, each leaf
and the stem perfect and distinct.
Fr is not generally known that wool
growing in South America has grown
into such mammoth proportions as it
really nas. Even the Australian breed
ers have cause for alarm from this com
petition. It is reported on good author
ity that the number of sheep shorn there
annually exceed '70,000,000. The ex
ports of Wool to Europe and the United
States amounts to 2804000,000;
WELIN)N & KELLY,
Xanntseturers and Wholesale Dealers In
Lamps; Lanterns, ;Chandeliers,
AND LAMP GOODS.
Also, CARBON AND LUBRICATOR] 0/1.5.
N 0.147 Wood Street.
4;ylru?3 Between sth and 6th Avenues.
I FRUIT CAN TOPS.
We are now prepared to supply Tinners and
Potters. It is p e rfect, simple, 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, Distinctly and Permanently
by merely placing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite UM_ pointer and sealing in
the customary manner. • No preserver of fruit or
good housekeeper will tux
m 625. any other after once
PIPES. CHIMNEY TOPS. &c.
A large aaeortmeat,
.1111NRY H. COLLINS,
apl4:hB7 Ad Avenne.near Smithfield St.
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS.
CD . . 4 r a rii 1
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C 43 1 0 Oil
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NIIIV StlllldER GOODS
NACRUM & CARLISLE'S'
No. 27 Fifth Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
Embroideries and Laces.
Ribbons and Flowers.
Hats and Bonnets.
lilove fitting and French Corsets.
New Styles rine ley' s Skirts.
Parasoh—a9 the new styles.
Sun and Rain Umbrellas.
Hosiery—the beat Engitsh makes.
Agents for "Harris' Seamless Rids." !
Spring and Summer underwear,
Sole Agents ior the Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood's "Irving," "West End,"
"Elite," &v. "Dickens," "Derby," and other
Dealers supplied with the above at
MACRIPM. & CARLISLE,
• WC). 27
Late Wilson, Carr & C 0..)
WHOLtrata r DEALERS IN
Foreign sad Domestic Dry Gods,
No. 94 WOOD STREET,
Third door above Diamond alley
' , mint:mat, PA.
WALL PAPER. '
TEE OLD PIPER STORE IN . A NEW PLUS,
W. P. MARSHALL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
.191 Liberty Street,
• (NEAR MARRET,)
SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. mhe
Marble and Fresco Imitations for Wails
Ana Ceilings of Dining Rooms, Halls, &0., at
No. 107 Market street.
jrs JOSICFR R. HUGHES & BRO.
STAMPED GOLD PAPERS for
caarlors, at N 0.107 Market street.
WS JOSEPH B. HUGHES .3
HAIR AND PE/MUM:DRY.
TORN PEC#6 ORNAMENTAL
HAIR WORHKG AND PERFUMER, Ho.
Third street, near Bmithleid, Pittsburgh.
Alwatn hand, a_general assortment or La
dles t o HAMM, CURLS: Gantlemen , s
WHlS tra, rARG, BOALPB, GUARD CHAIM.
BRA WS, C. ArA'"2, good Price la nub
will given for HAW HAIR.
Ladles' and Genthratgais Hats Cutting dons
n the neatest winner:kr 'obi ,d,
R ABB &
MITT 1101:781$ ASSOCIATION BULLMINees
Noe. land 4 St. Clair Street. Pittsburgh. 211 1
*metal Attention given to the designing and
of COUNT NOlnocs and C
is hereby even that the. Viewers report on
widening Webster street. City of Alleghenlo has
beets flied In the District Court, as No. 581
July term. 1869, for coniirmauos.
J. C. fdeCONSS,
PUTNAIYI & ADAMS
WILL CLOSE OUT AT
Greatly Reduced Prices,
The Balance of their Extensive Stock of
Gauze' Cotton Undershirts & Drawers.
Gauze Merino Undershirts & Drawers.
Gauze Silk Undershirts and DraWers.
Lisle Thread Undershirts & Drawers.
LINEN, JEAN AND
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED
PATENT PANTALOON DRAWERS.
AN IMMENSE. STOCK OF
.11 Very Low Prices.
• TIES, BOWS,
SUM NER SCARFS,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
MEN'S HALF HOSE.
A LARGE LOT OF
To be Closed Out Very Cheap
"QUAKER CITY ME SIIIRTS,"
Of which we are the Sole Agents
for this City. are unsurpassed in
quality. style, make and excel
lence of fit.
It is a make of Shirts that
has beCome Standard, and for
which the demand is
We have these Shirts in all sizes
FOR EYELETS AND STUDS,
To. Open at the Back.
141M.10:1:4 , \51: 11 041
MADE TO ORDER.
Also, Wholesale Agents for the Celebrated
Linen Collars and Lenffs,
41 Jtranufactsurers Prices.
PUTNAM & ADAMS
72 Fifth Avewae,
SPECIAL SALE OF
We offer at Rs tall, for TAMMY DAYS ONLY,
a line of New and Choice Patterns
English Tapestry, Brussels, Ingrain,
and Other Carpets,
AT LES S THAN COST OF IMPORTATION,
an of entire aok at prices which make it an
object t buy this month, as ',these goods have
never oeen offered so low.
Our Store Will close at 5 P. M. until September
McFART AND & *COLLINS.
No. 71 and 73 FIFTH 'AVENUE,
Floor Oil Cloths,
AL,'lnr iST ar Rip
We offer many, of our goods much below last
Spring's prices. Those needirg goods in our
line can save money by buy ing'ut once.
BOVARD, ROSE & 00.,
itll4 111 AVENUE.
VELVETS BRUSSELS THREE-PLYS.
The Very Newest Designs,
Of our own recent importation and selectedtrom
IED11:1111 AND LOW PRICED
QUALITY AND COLORS.
An Extra Quality of Rag Carpet.
We are now selling many of the above at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES .
TERM% .BRO S.,
dm. 51 FIFTH ArartE,
OLIVER & CO.
HAVEAEST RECEIVED A
FINE SELECTION OF
THREE PLY AND
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
WHITE, CHECK & FANCY
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
IN TEE CITY.
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
°MTH , mcClaNrOgli & CO'S;
COAL AND COKE.
f 10ALI COAL!! COAL!!!
DICKSON STEWART It CO
Having removed their Once to
NO. 567 LIBERTY STRE ET,
Matey City Flour Milli SECOND ELOOK.
Are now prepared to furnish good YOUBIIIO.
SILENT LUMP NUT COAL OUSLACE,.at the
lowest market Price.
All orders lett at their °Mee, or addressed to
them through the mall, will be attended to
MNTINUES TO TREAT ALL
private diseases, Syphilis in all its forms, all
diseases, and the effects of mercury are
completely eradicated; Spermatorrhea or Si
nal Weakness and Impotency, resulting from
self-abuse or other causes, and which produces •
same of the following effects, as blotches. bodily
weakness, indigestion, consumption, aversion to
society unmanliness, dread of future events,
loss of memory, indolence, nocturnal emissions.
and fi nally so prostrating the sexual system as to
render marriage unsatislactory, and therefore
Imprudent, are permanently cured. Persons at- .
Meted with these or any other delicate intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint shored
give the Doctor a trial; he never falls. '
A particular attentioniriven to all Female com
plaints, Leucorrhea or Whites. Failing, Inflam
mation or 'Ulceration of the Womb, termitic
pruritic Amenorrhoea. 'Menotti:grit, Dysmen.
norrhoel. andisterillty or Barrenness, are treat
ed with the greatest success.
It is self-evident that a physictan who confines
himself exclusively to the study of a certain clam
of diseases and treats thousands of cases every
year must acquire greater &Min that specialty
than one in general practice.
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet of
fifty pages that gives si lull exposition of venereal
and private diseases. that can be bad free atoffloe
or by mail for two stamps, in sealed envelopes.
Every sentence contains Instruction to the af,..
fluted,and enabling them to ,determine the pre.
give n ature of. their complaints. I
The establishment, comprising, ten ample
rooms, is central. When it is not convenient to
visit the city. the Doctor's opinion can be ob
%sine I by giving a written statement of the case,
and medicines can be forwarded, by mall or ex
press. In someinstances. however, a personal
examination is absolutely necessary, while in
others daily personal attention Is retired, and
for the accommodation c f such patients there are
promote recovery, including me d icated vapor
baths. All prescriptions are prepared In the
Doctor's own labotstory, ander his kagoitia
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Bruidme 151 M. to MP. x. tHhee,No. 9 w 'Las
EtTMEST. (near Court Romeo rittaburirb, Pa
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