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A MAIDEN'S “PSALM OF LIFE."
Tell us not the Idle jingle,
“Marritge is an empty dram!" .
For a girl Is dead that's single.
And women are not what they seem..
Life is real I Life is earnest!
istogl.a blessedness a lib!
• 'Man thou art, to man leturnest!' ,
Has been spoken of tth. lib.
"Not enjoyment and not in sorrow,
okr destined end or way;
But to act that each to.mor ow
Finds us nearer the marriage-day.
Life is long and youth is Ileesing. -
And our hearts, though light and gay,
Still like pleasant dyes ate beatihg.
Wedding marches all the way.
Zn th. World , s broad field of battle.
in the bivouac of life,
Be nottike dumb, drive, cattle!
Be a heroine -it wife! l
Trust no future, bovreer pleasant.
L. 4 the . des t Past bury its dead! !
Heart within and hope ahead!,
Livel of married folks remind us
We can live our lives as well;
And dtparting, leave behind us,
Such examples as
Such exananies; that another.
Waiting time in idle sport. I
A forlorn. unmarried brother;
Seeing shall take heart and court.
- Let ne, then. be up and doing
Witt. a heart on triumnh set:
Still contriving. still pursuing..
And each one $ husband get.
Comparatively few, outside of those
immediately interested, are aware of the
grandeur and magnitude of the gathering
of the "American Board of Commission
ers for Foreign Missions," to be held in
the Third Presbyterian church, in this
-city, commencing Tuesday, October oth,
and ciotiing Friday. morning, as to its
numbers, iinportant discussions and in
terests. 'lt. will be an event in our city,
ihat will arouse the people of all evan
gelical denominations here, as well as in
contiguous places. The commingling of
the churches,' will tend to broaden the
spirit of union and brotherly love. In
connection with the spiritual influence of
the meeting, it 'will afford an opportunity
-of hearing speeches, in many instances,
of an impromptu character, of rare' oc
-ctuTence . In view of the vast concourse
that is expected and usually attends its
-annual meetings, the Committee of Ar
rangeinents, Rev. F. A. Noble, Jo
tieph Albree and William Thaw, have
issued a' circular inviting the pee
lers of Pittsburgh,.. Allegheny and
vicinity, to aid in providing entertain
ment. The organs of the different de
nominations in this city have endorsed
the request and'urge the people to res
pond heartily and promptly. We hope
the spirit of hospitality and catholicity
will 'be; eqtial to the emergency, and that
itiis only necessary to make the request.
Dr. Hopkins, President of Williams Col
lege, will preside. Dr. Todd, of Pitts
field, Massachusetts, will preach the an
nual sermon on Tuesday evening. Be
sides_these, many eminent men, both o
the ministry and laity, will be present,
and also a large number of, Missionaries,
some' of whom have rendered
guished service to the Master, will be in
attendance, and address the meeting
- from time to time. Persons who desire
to entertain will send their names at once
to the Cbmmittee.
Thnsfar fifteen of the Annual Confer
ences of the Methodist Episcopal Church
:have voted.on the lay delegation ques
tion, that is to change the Restrictive rule
-of the Church, to make it legal to intro
- duce the lay element. The aggregate of
- the vote is 1,195, yeas 925, nays 270,
more than three-fourths majority, which
is requisite to effect the change.
. The Erie Conference of the M. E.
Church meets at Franklin, Pa.; Wednes.
daY, September 29. This is one of the
patronizing Conference 3 of the Pitts
burgh Christian Advocate, and has repre
.sentatiyes on the Publishing Committee.
Thursday, the 23d inst., will be ob.
--served as the twelfth anniversary of the
'Fulton street Prayer Meeting, New York.
Theexercises will be very interesting.
The American Rosrd of Foreign Mis
sions will send out twenty-nine mission.
• aries - this fall, of whom twenty go for the
- first time.
.Drs. Jacobus and Fowler, the Modera
't ors of the Presbyterian Genefal Assem:
blies, have addressed a letter to . Pope Pius
Ninth, combatting the assumptions con
tained in the encyclical letter.
According to the Liberal christsbn, the
best way to fill up the pews of a church
is for half a dozen men of the congrega
.tion to scatter themselves up and down
the streets, and at corners, and invite
young men to go to the church, literally
compel the people to come in, as illus
tratecl in the parable of the marriage of
the king's son.
It seems probable that the report that
two hundred negroes are studying for the
seriesthood, in' Rome, for the South, is
Arne. These colored men are designed
.specially for their brethren in the South.
If the report is true, it illustrates the prac
tical *Orking of the'Oatholic system to
t3diteatit the freedmen.in the faith of Rome.
Bee: c. R.;poane, who has been en.
-trusted with the work of:soliciting dons.
=dons ior MI American Catholic College
- in Rome; bairecelred up to the last re
:Tort the grind sum of one hundred and
,-.sixty.eight thousand dollars. •
• BefelVlViiras made to the movement
st ChriaL EPiscopsilebuxch, Allegheny,
proVide special services for pinions of
fereign birth, who hid been raised and
!..educated in the . Church of England; since
-"irhlchi we haye learned, it is :mural* a
j iangible tone, and promises to ,do good.
The, ector, Rev. R. F. BrOOki, is Aril!-
int also to adopt prope r m eans M n
1. be colored R0=08114116 in the,tivo
stied and vicinity into a .apelety. Meet
ings are being hefd to facilttate the object,
lees the project will
be consummated, s rep's&
colored Episcopal church.
From the course of Bishop
of the Episcopal Diocese of 0
diocesan matters, it is thong ,;
favorable to reforms in that C
formerly. 'A writer in the Oh 1
asserts that he is becoming
vative, and ventures the p
he will yet make the "tallest H 1
man in the land."
The Methodist is credited • ith the re
port that a man in lowa, in the last stages
of consumption, was lately baptized by
immersion and thought his health bene
Thirteen new Jewish Synagogues have
been established in this country during
the Jewish year 6,629, just closed.
Church corporations are sometimes
shrewdly arranged, financially. The Re
'brined (Batch) Church in New York,
is a case In point. The vestry of the old
Nassau Street church rented the build.
ing fbr a postoffice, and for many years
drew a rent of twenty thousand dollars.
Then they sold it for two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, and bought six
lots on Fifth avenue for thirty thousand
dollars, which are worth two hundred
thousand dollars. They also bought,
about thirty years ago, four lots in La
fayette Place, on which they also built a
church. For these lots they paid ten
thousand dollars. They now , ask four;
hundred thousand dollars.
According to the Advance the St. James
Episcopal Sunday school of Brooklyn,
New York, celebrated its first anniversa
ry by a ball, which lasted from 4P. M.
to midnight. Quadrilles, gallops, schot.
Ilaches, polkas, etc., were interspersed.
It ended with "Home, Sweet Home."
A report is •afloat, we believe by the
New York Observer, that during the past
year two hundred and seventy-one church
es have been dedicated, embracing nine
denominations. Of this number seventy
two are Methodist. According to the sta
tisti of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
just published, the net increase of churches
(ho yes of worship) last year was five
hundred and seventy. Besides these over
one ihundred and forty new andimproved
churches - were built to substitute old ones,
making the number of Methodist Episco' r
pal 'churches last year seven hundred an*
TER LITERATURE OF TRH AOR OF EVIL
nears. By Edwin P. Whipple. Pub
Baked by Fields, Osgood & Co., Boston.
For sale by R. S. Davis & Co., Pitts
Mr. Whipple is among the few living
writers competent to prepare an intelli
gent work on the "Literature of the Age
of Elizabeth." .110 IS peculiarly consti
tuted for analytical researches, and no
better field could offer than the theme he
hail selected. The style of Mr. Whipple
is iigidly severe in construction,. and
&bp undsin curt and sharply turned sen
tences. Running through the lectures
there is a cheerful vein and brilliancy
th r at dazzles and itensifles the reader.
The master minds portrayed, Shakes
peare, Johnson, Locke and others, are
not only treated as they live in history
individually, but the influence they bad
upon the age. Notwithstanding the
prominence of the intellectual element
in all Mr. Whipple's - writings,- there is
such a charm and vivacity infused, that
he is popular, and his works are eaten
'hely read. The Literature of the Age
means simply the influence which orig
inated or culminated in the reign of Eliz
abeth, and which did not altogether cease
to act at her death. These lectures are
well worth publication, and ought to be
PROTESTANT GEMS OF TDB PRAYER
Book. 'By Rev. J. Pleasonton Da Ham
el, Diocese of Delaware. Published
by Clayton, Remsen & Haffelfluger,
Philadelphia. For Gale by S. A. Clarke
& Co., Pittsburgh.
These "Gems" are simply samples of
the whole Prayer Book, which. it is
elaimed, directly protests against Cathol
icism. The author has set these gems in
a framework that challenges the admire
tion and homage of the Christian world.
Coupled with this array of beautiful
;thoughts is the weaving together of his
itorical events that give interest and value
to the collection. The author evidently
is tinged with a degree of conservatism
that opposes the radical reforms of the
age, and is an advocate of Apostolic
BITLVRED GWYNNE. A story hr Wilful
Life. Published by Henry Hoyt, Bos
ton. For sale by F. G. Rieneman,'rhird
Lessons are learned by the light of
others' experience, that leave, lasting
impressions. The - discipline of life is
sometimes severe, and to some an un
reasonable restraint on free agency. The
story narrated here furnishep ample ma.
terial for the guidance of our ,youthful
readers, who are disposed to be wayward.
Better, however, to be like Milly, who
suffered intensely for her wilfulness, and
use the lesson for future guidance, than
wreck body and soul irrecoverably. 'lt
is a good book to put in the hands_of
young people. •
Meer Irf GENESIS ADD re GEOLOGY: Or,
~the Bible Account of Moses' Creation,
lested by Scientific Theories of, his
Origin and Antiquity. By Jose& P.
Thompsom, D. D.. LL. D, Published
by Samuel R. Well., New York. For
sale•by J. W. Pittock, Pittsburgh. -1
Scientific scholars . and, seekers after
truth will welcome the publication of this
work, because it seeks to illustrate the
harmony of truth in the works and the
Word of God. Much lies already been
written Ilion this subject to counteract
the theories and speculations of rationalis
tic writers, .lent thls work especially la
BURGH .GAZETTE: SA
calculated to accomplish 'good in estab
lishing and reconciling questions bearing
upon it. It will prove a valuable aid to
those seeking light on questions of such
vital importance. Dr. Thompson discus- .
sea Chronology in the light of Egyptian .
monuments. The theories of Darwin and
others are reviewed, and also the Sab
bath and Woman question are treated at
Emiux's BRACELET: or, The Wedding
Present. Published by Henry Hoyt,
Boston. For sale by F. 0. Rieneman,
This is a pretty story, with characters
portrayed in life-like style. It cannot
fail to interest the reader. Throughout
there is a high moral tone, illustrative of
the beauty of
. Christianity. The plot is
excellent, and the finale ends joyously.
Rusty GRAY'S STRATEGY. By Mrs. Ann
S. Stephens. Published bytT. B. Peter
son dt Brothers, Philadelphia.
This novel is regarded as superior to re
cent works of this well-known and pop
ular writer. In point of construction and
development, it is fine, and will doubt
less command hosts of readers. The
style is_ glowing and rather highly col
ored,-but it is generally the most popular.
The immense sale of her numerous works
is significant of her hold upon the public
Tan AMERICAN Jon MILLER. Published
by T. B. Peterson di Brothers, Philadel
Lovers of comic literature, who enjoy
fanny paragraphs, with illustrations to
suit, will find Much in this stout pamph
let to laugh over. Its reading will not
tax the brain severely.
THE WORKS OF HORACE. Ry Prof. Thos.
Chase, of Haverford • College. Pub
lished by F r lredge it Brother, Philadel
phia. lbr sale by R. S. Davis & Co.,
Chase 8; Stewart's Classical Series are
well-known in educational circles, as be
ing among the best published. "Censer's
Commentaries," "Virgil's 2Eneld," and
"Cicero's Select Orations," have been
published sometime. These works are
gotten up in elegant style, both as it re
gards type, paper, and otherwise. This
volume has been prepared with great
care, and every authority worthy of con
sulting has been brought into requisition
to produce the text pure. The explaaa
tory notes will go far towards aiding the
student. We look for the same favor from
the public for this volume, that has been
awarded-to the companion works.
Comiruss Gisela. From the German of
E. Marlitt. Author of "The Old Mam
'Belle's Secret," etc. By Mrs. A. L.
Wister. Part 2. Published by J. B.
Lippincott tit Co., Phila.
Readers of the first part will be pleased
to have the second, which develops more
Dilly the extraordinary plot of the story.
It presents the leading characters in
strong language, and depicts phases of
humanity in a light hardly possible, and
yet,surth people live in society. The in
terest in the story takes a strong hold on
the reader from the outset, The charm
ing and central figure, Countess Gisela,
finally rewards Berthold with her hand.
litnrza Bnoruzas, New York, have
sent us numbers 326 and 327 of the "Li
brary of Select Novels." "False Colors,"
by. Annie Thomas, is a story of- English
life, and presents the characteristics of
society in the charming manner of this
lady. Her previous works have given
her much notoriety. There is a freshness
and vigor of style, and naturalness in the
characters drawn, that makes her works
popular. The author of "St. Glove's"
has shown much of the same artistic ex
cellence in "Meta's Faith," No. 327, that
is noticeable in previous works of the
author. The English press speak in
glowing terms of "Meta's Faith," for its
naturalness and force in delineating char
t he is less
urch, than .
I reit Journal
It is believed by a large class of our
citizens that the "Love Powder" business
has been carried on in our city to an
enormous extent, and that certain well
known citizens have not only been ex
tensively engaged in the manufacture of
these and like articles, but that the dealers
have made thousands of dollars out of
their operations. Before the war the bus
iness was not only larger, but more lu
crative, from the tat ad
vertised in glowingc i r c ulars ul wereant to
the Bouth, where the believers in the
clap-trap set forth in the circulars were
counted by the thousands. The dealers
in this city made up a decent mail daily,
their correspondence being carried to and
from the Postoffice by the bag full. All
the letters received contained more or
less money from the silly dupes at
distant points, who believed in the won
derful workings of the "love powders."
It is Claimed for these powders, by the
mannfactors, that once administered by
man or woman, they cause the party
drugged to fall desperately in love with
the giver, and place him or her wholly
subservient to their will. Of course, the
representation is very attractive. It is
of a nature, too, that wins friends not
only in foolish young men and girls. but
also in evil,- designing persons, who
possess no heart and less conscience,
who would willing administer the drug,
even at the sacrifice of life. =We are
led to make these remarks fram,the fact
that a love powder case was before the
Police Court yesterday afteneem, in the
shape of a libel between two, dealers in
these nostrums. Albany Parer.
A YOUNGSTER. detect ed
inthe act of stealing fruit stored for win
ter consumption, was told by his father
to prepare himself fora dogging. , The
inexorable parent, armed ,with a horse
whip, went in quest of the culp rit, whom
he found with a hump at whic hQuake°
do - himself would have shuddered.
"What on Birth , have you Roue n Yee'r
back?" asked the wondering e. "A
leather , apron," replied 'John, "three
double. ' You told me to prepare myself
fors seirere flogging, nna I guess I've
done ?hottest I could." ' '
Unotprco Woo's, Beg., once well
knoWNto the' public b y his extensive ad
vertisids, died on the 14th at New Bright
ton, Staten Island; from congestion of tha
lnaga ,lia leaves a large fortune.
FRUIT CAN TOPS.
SERF LABELING .
ITI , CAN TOP
COLLINS & \' RIGHT.
Re are now prepared to supply Thum" and
Potters. it is perfect. simple. and as cheap as
the plain top, baying the names of the various
Fruits stamped upon the cover, radiatin from
the center, and an index or pointer stampe d upon
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
- iaA..l3V.l;rah ,
by merely pliable the name of the fruit the
can contans opposite the pointer and sestina la
the customary manner. NO preserver of fruit or
iroOd housekeeper will use any Other after once
PIPES. OEIBINEY TOPS. ace.
A large easortment,
MENEM A. COLLINS,
aptChrle Old 1 ,near Bmftbield St.
Dark Delaines, Dark Prints,
Dark Prints, Stripe . Cassimere,
Dark Poplins, Brown Coburg,
Brown Poplin, White Flannels,
Bed Flannels, Opera Flannels,
Scarlet Flannels, hinting Flannels,
Country Flannels, Country Blankets,
Irish Poplins, Corded Poplins,
Silk Change Poplins,
Silk Mixed Poplins,
Striped Silk Poplins,
Black Poplins, Changeable Poplins
Oc. 1 Case Dark Prints,
11c. 1 Case Dark Prints,
10c. Good Unbleached Muslin,
10c. Good Bleached Muslin,
12P. Good Canton Flannels,
12P. Good Straw Ticking,
25c. Yard Wide Twilled Ticking,
25c. Bed, White & Yellow Flannels,
50c. Heavy Wide Damask Table Linen,
31c. and upwards, Special Bargains in
Great Inducement to Blinn follow roll Goods,
Wholeso4 sod Beton.
E. B. GLBDNEB,
Market Street and Fourth Avenue,
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WINLMILL DTkT. IR
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 94 , WOODNTNICIT.
Third door It!rrit DUZlOndealAwageks
10 - 0 T IC ETO F LOUR DEALERS
A.ND CONSTIMZES. -- We are now rectiv.
low slot of 40,000 bushels earelnlly seleated
WHITE ASI) Altana AND
WHEAT, purchased in Gibson. rar , e. Green
and Morgan counties, Indians. This lot of
wh am . is the very best t, be found ant cannot
be surpassed by may in the United Stites.
We nese also hashed. our Improvements in
Machinery. Bolting Cloths and Cooling Rooms.
and are now prepared to furnish the best ',lour
we have made ferjen years at prices that defy
competition on the sum ;trades at dour.
11. TvILENSMIDIr & SAO..
• 14;arl13team MM. Allegbany
13eptember 13, 1869.. .
iplLovs: FLOUR! FLOUR I
hinmurrh. Baapas mum.
*so uta4. Legal Tender, awl Ws Ha 361
bbls /Ermine, 110 bbis Summit Mills 210 bbls
Winona Co., NO bbis Red River. 183 Ws Nay
' 01101133 . W180 0 95 117 PLOIIBIL
580 bbis Ithersidells6 Wbite Star, 690
nbia various brands spring w beat Flour.
WINTER WHIAT FAMILY 'WIT&
City MUI ot liprligneld, Oblo. Pride of the
West, Depot Mils, Mullen A, Paragon Rills
Ringleader and Crown. choice Bt. Lords.
ror said lover than can be brought from the
West. WAIT. LANG - 5 CO.,
affkand 194 Wood litreet.
101rENDEBS0113.&1111 0 TIIMIZSI
tt e d IVi=raki. D.Alsre 14 ' Mir,
:1 I I ••••100
OS, NOTIONS, &C.
JOSEPH HORDE & CO'S.
THURSDAY, Sept. 14th. 1869.
BOwNETS AND HATS,
PIQUErs AND BUDS.
HAT AND BONNET FEATHERS.
0 >TEICH BANDS
RIIIIIONS, In every yeldtX and shade.
GR O LIE NAP,
BONNET SATINS. all shades,
In a ,1 grades and shades ' ]
Being one Or the LARGEST ASSORTMENTS of
Millinery Goods ever opened In this market.
A fall line of the above duplicated is onr
77 and 79 MARKET STREET
NBW HUM GOODS
MACRO & CARLISLE'S
Ye. 27 Fifth , Avenue,
Dress Trimming' and Buttons.
Bmbroldenes and Late&
Bats andß onn es._
Glove fitting and heath Corsets.
New Styles rim s Skirts.
Pans°l-.101 the new styles.
Sun and Bran Umbrellas.
Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agents for 'Harris , Seamless Kids."
Spring and Summer underwear,
Sole Agents Tor the Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood , s "Irylf it; "Pfest End."
"Mite," to: "Dickens," by. , and other
Dealers supplied with the above at
MAORTIM. & CARMST,F4
p kv.s 31;N: Mi l l 0 if.llir,Wil
FALL STOCK OF '
MEN & BOYS' CLOTHING,
Now Receiving by
GRAY & LOGAN'S,
N 0.47 SIXTH STREET,
LATE W. CLAM
"EN 31 9 .AX113T—LIE,
Xseps constantly on hand
moths, Cassfmeres wad Vesting&
AIso,GENTLXXIINIS FURNISHING 000D3.
No. 93 1-2 Smithfield Street,
• PITTSBURGH, Pi.
Gent's Clothing made to seder in the latest
NEW FALL GOODS.
. a. ‘ A splendid new stock of
CLOTHS, GASSIMERES, &Cif
Jost received by MOM( BlEThit.
sea: Merchant Tailor. Ti flinithileld street.
° Mate Caner wittiW. Hespenheidal
Wo. 53 Smithfield Street,Pittaburgh
Enameled Wall rapers laplaln flats Miner
mus to soot and smoke. Vermillion grounds
wits old and inlaid figures. Est HOSSEIS VEL
VETS INDIA TAPESTRY, ORRICK PANELS
stamped and Deniedgold.
Newly imported and not to be found elsewhere
In the country. For sale at
Wa P. wr A litglg A T,T, 9 8
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street.
jj Marble and Fresco Imitations itir Wails
111134.1 Ceilings or Dining Boosts. Halls, at
No. 107 Idarketsueet.JOSEPH
B. HUMUS 1 BRO.
srAupED GOL D PAPERS for
04art.)rt, et k street.
077 .1001;PII IL HUGON & BRO.
BEWITINI3B AND BATTING*.
HOaD 3I , SEUL &VO.,
'ANCHOR COTTON KILLS.
Kau tiwmims of EL V7l ZSDIVIL sad 119E1
.4101 LA SORT. Ha PATTZRSOX•
IQIOBT. 8. PATTEBBON & CO.,
lAN'S:WS* fiLLlaii &NW
coLnimuis rizau t wait It
Purebased by our Mr. 11. Culture from manu
facturers In Europe.
Tapestry Brussels, &c.,
Assortment ever offered in Pittsburgh.
ALSO, A FINE STOCK OF
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Well Seasoned Oil Cloths.
.ro. 51 FIFTH Arm/rum,
NEW FALL STOCK.
The First in the Market
Two ply and Three-ply
CHEAP INQRAIN CARPETS.
THE FINEST LINE OP
'Myer Offered In Pittsburgh.
balm tune and money by buying from
No.FABLAND & COLLINS.
Ti sad T 3 'aims AVENUE.
sus: d &T
OLIVER iI'CLINTOCK & CO.
HATE MT RECEIVED A
FINE SELECTION OF
THREE PLY AND
THE UMW ASSORTEM HE
FOR SUMMER WEAR,
• IN THE CITY•
STOCK FULL IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OLIVER NeULINTOCK &
23 *ITTH AV22172.
1419 4:(eit):Liii:. 31101
IaINGFASIN Sr. CLElS l Successors
toSao. Scuocosran CO.,
Me only Steam Lithographic Patablishinent
West cairn hioantains. - Business Cards, Letter
Reads. Bonds, Labels, Circulars, Show
Diplomas. Portraits Views, Certificates &ariNi
ne, Le . sitspo it tas t as . , gq.. Nos. WS and 14
I:ip qL4 I H
TORN PEa t i, maNABEENTAL
wart WO AND 'PRRInFREII, NO.
Third street, near Bunithileid, Pittsburgh.
Alwanon hand, a sasortmt en of Lap
diesacON,i3AN exams- Oanttemen , s
T0,R,8 BC OTY ORLIN&
rilA TB, ie. AflrMod Price in cash
will be alsen RLW
Ladies , aad Gentlemen's Ran Matins
to the neatest manner. lehl 111
DR. 6 I :
CONTINIIES TO TREAT ALL
private diseases. Syphilis in all its forms, a/1
urinary diseases, and the effects of ntercargar 2l. e
completely eradicated: Spermatorrhea oreo
nal Weakness and Impotency, resulting from
self-abuse or other comes, and which producee
some of the following effects, as blotches, bodily
weakness, indigestion, consumption, aversion to
society, unmanliness, dread of future events,
loss of memory, Indolence, nocturnal maLtudoMS,
and finally so prostrating the sexual system as to
render marriage unsatisfactory. and therefore
'imprudent, are permauently cured. Persons at
dieted with these or any other delicate, intricate
or long standing constitutional complaint should
give the Doctor atrial; he never rails.
A. particular attention riven to all Yemale com
plaints, LetrearThea or W bites, Falling, Inflam
mation or Ulceration of the Womb, Ovaiithi,
pruritis, Amenorrhoea. Menotti:WA. Munn
norrhoes. and bterility or Barrenness, are treat
ed with the greatest success.
It is self-evident that a physician who canning
himself exclusively to the studs , of a certain clam
of diseases and treats thousands of casts every
ar mum acquire greater still in that specialty
Dan one in general practice.
The Doctor publishes a medical pamphlet Of
fifty pares that gives a lull exposition of venereal
and private diseases, that can be had free atonic* ,
or by mail for two stamps, In sealed envelopes. I
Every sentence contains instruction to the a&
dieted. and enabling them to determine the pre.
Mae nature of their complaints.
The establishment, comprising ten ample
rooms, is central. Wnen it is not ocaveniont to
visit the city, the Doctor's opinion can boob.
talne I by giving a written statement of the ease.
and medicines can be forwarded by mail or ex
press. In some instances, however, a personal
examination is absolutely necessary, while fa
others dailypersonal attention is resit ired, and
for the accommodation el such patients there are
ded Wrtrectfeirretelireeiris iilairetrthier.
promote recovesy, including meditated va po r
baths. All prescriptions are prepared in the
Doctor's awn laborattuT. under his personal Er.
ervision. Medical. pamphlets at office tree, or
by mall for two stamps. No matter who have
failed, read what he says. Hours 9 A.M. to_ ,11
Sundme_l9 M. to 9F. B. 01:11a,No. 9 WTI.IM
terßizT. (near Mint WAILIMR. Fttratnarsra.
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Cenos—bo. a IroDUIITH Avmum, Pittsburgh,
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