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FROM HUTT 1111.GINN.
[Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
Coetetnos, KY., Sept. 15, 1869.
The St. Louis and Iron Mountain Rail
road has recently been extended to
Belmont, direetly opposite this place,
and„ known as the scene of Gen
eral Grant's -first engagement dur
ing the rebellion. Trains are now
running regularly, connecting with
trains on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
AS soon as facilities for transferring cars
are completed it is intended to run sleep=
ing cars through by this route from St.
Louis to New Orleans and Mobile.
For this most important railroad con
nection St. Louis and the whole region
west of the Mississippi is greatly indebted
to the energy of Hon. Thos. Allen, the
President and principal stockholder in
the road. It passes through one of the
mist wonderful mineral regions on the
glebe, and strikes the Mississippi at a
point where it le, always open and free
The northern part of this line hai much
to interest the traveler. For the first
twenty.five miles it skirts the river, Pass
ing in succession Caroudelet, St. Louts'
most bnportant suburb, with its pleasant
homes and, smoking furnaces, Jefferson
Barracks, a:famous military post, till with•
ins few years the frontier has crept so far
to the westward as to make it of com
paratively little value, and a number •of
insignificant stations._The scenery is
charmbeg, the high luffs on the right
crowned here and there with pretty cot
tages and villas, and overlooking the
river for miles. After passing Sulphur
Springs, famous for water nasty enough
to make the fortune of any well organized
watering place, the, road abruptly leaves
the river. The next town of note, and a
pretty one, too, is De Soto, in Jefferson
The road has two branches, the first at
Mineral Point leading to Potosi, where
lead is extensively mined and smelted;
the other at a little station to which the
name of Bismarclk, has recently been
given, and leading to Iron Mountain and
Pilot Knob. This was originally the
main track. Everybody has heard of
Iron Mountain, and almost everybody has
seen spetime,weof it. As a mountain it
is insignificant, but as a mass of ore it is
a,wonder worth a Nide About a thou
sand men are employed here in connec
tion with the mines and furnace.
Pilot :Knob is a conspicuous elevation
between 600 and 700 feet in height.
Froin the south-west it presents the ap
pearance'of a perfect 'cona,' terminating
in a sharp rocky_ summit. It is easily
ascended by paths, or ,by inclined planes
which extend alMost 'to the top. The
prospect fronetluto top is magnificent,
The Valley of _which Pilot Knob forms
part of the northern boundary bears the
name [of .exetulia- , It.reminds me of
some parts of Connecticut, from which.
State it was, partially settled many-Tears'
--00.4114.-- see: has nett *ale
• - without deelded effect - on tie charades.
of #lelX o Ple , and has, PerhaPs, OentriteMed
to develop its Mauled. attractions. ;
There is so much to interest tourists in
this vicinity, in its natural scenery, - diet
lightful climate and extraordinary min
eral resources, that it is a pity some first
class accomodstions are not provided for
them., ,The Aicaltut simplicity Which
puts yottfte. a bed' with only one sheet,
in a room witheut soap or towels, and
*which ronsei'you; after a sleepless night
of unintermitted t warfare with t the other
occupants. of _your anartment, to a
sumptuous repast of cold msckerel, off a
dirty - table' cloth, I may honestly say, I
dint hanker after.
"Shepherd Mountain west of Pilot Knob,
stid'a little higher, contains a remarkable
yein - or magnetic iron ore.
ifienthweed from Bismarck, the main
train passes mine La Mode where there
are also, extensive lead works. Beyond
this the country is destitute of interest,
being almost unsettled and unimproved.
Ten or twelve miles west from Cairo,
at Charleston, Mississippi county, you
cross the. abandoned Cairo and Fulton
railroad. t_ This will be put in order and
relaid by the Iron Mountain Company,
who will thus connect with Cairo.
Should the Mobile and Ohio railroad be
extended north, as it should be, to the
Mouth of the Ohio, this may become the
• direct route.
Columbus, from which I write, pre
' Bents the characteristic appearance of a
Kentucky town, being a shabby, gone
to-seed, out-at-elbows collection of shan
ties in every stage _of dilapidation. In
Cheyenne; Omaha, or even in Chicago
shanties are pardonable, for they indicate
, a condition of thrift, enterprise and
growth. But in an old town like this
they have neither architectural grace, nor
cheerful associations to redeem them but
indicate only decay, sloth, and theme an
est kind of poverty.
Columbus shows its culture and literary
taste •by calling its hotel "St. Elmo,"
• Whichis also characteristic. This is not
the first time literature has given - a name
to a hotel.,
The industry of Columbus is diversified.
Aesthetic, perhaps, rather than produe
. tive. Of the two men I have seen use
folly :employed, . one was affectionately
holding up a knock-kneed poultry.crate,
and the other drawing •a baby. ~ A U the
rest iptieer to keep saloon.
-Prom such a city, even. Cairo is a de.
lightful change, and you weitome the
depar tare of the ram-shackly old contd.
vence„ called the Gen. Anderson, that
plies between these two ports- She is
e xquisitely adapted to the purpose, 18
eendemned, and leaks at top and bottom.
Peudentpeople who travel ton her, carry
an binbrella under one arm and a life..
preserver under the other, • Bat ea no
oue•cenidever, probably, be induced to
land at either place, unless the boat was
len uncomfortable, her advantages - for
this route are Of Cairo I have
• h ere t o fore wreAeh.„ I can only:add, that
if you want to 140 Cairo to adteuetag,e;
you„bad better -go, there tie Colon:thus.
;. Amer Neentee.
, . ..
las old trapper, who crossed the west
ern plains tWrty•five years ago, says that
there wee no grass at all, hut only a few
- saga Inishes and cacti. - Now , there is a
MI 101foimed over the sell and gravel,
Oan grass covers the entire surface.lt
dpp*ars that this 0111'1cl:dug proceSs_g.oedis
faster and faster every year. This
WAY Ito 'man,' people : bave been , Aston
dusint.nOtludlng any "Great, Alpert
can, Desert," and. , concludn.thaVit , was
• . only a • my th . The` truth 13 that it did
exist, but bas passed away: •
THE Jenkins farm, Green Botta
bell county, Virginia, a farm ex
nine miles on the Ohio river; is
tire produced 81,000 bushels o
RUMOR says that the unveil ng
statute of Vanderbilt on the 2 th
to be made the occasion for u
the Central and Hudson River ro:
i the declaration of the long-pro st
Email GREGG, who was co
sentenced to be hung on the
• ••nth for the burning of
tse of Preston county, We
had his case taken to the Co,
peals and been granted a new
A omits of Zanesville has
fected an invention which
"direct. acting paddle" gaini
rest movement of a plain bo
the water," that he has ap
small steamer now in use
kirgurn River, and invites
ation 'of steamboatmen.
THE Ohio. State Fair, whic
day of last week, was the mos
in all respects, of any yet
number of admission ticke
79,000 against 75,000 at Day
the- highest of any preceding
aggregate receipts were from
$BO,OOO. The ronnber of e
4,800 about 1,000 more than
Tan entire village of Tw
Wisconsin, was recently sold
It contains one of the most e
neries in the State, thirty-on
school house, - store, hotel,
wagon and shoemaker sho
which, except the school ho
eluded in the sale, toge
4,000 cords of bark and 2,i
hemlock lands. The purcha'
Vogel, residing in Europe.
Tan mystery connected wi t the
tragedy at Cincinnati has pr bably been
cleared up. The pistol found near the
bloody scene has been identified by a gun
smith as having been recently sold to the
deceased, and this, taken in connection
with the fact that Kreutz made his will
some two weeks previous to the occur
rence, remarking at th e time to members
of hi s family that life was very uncertain,
leaves scarcely a doubt that he de
stroyed his own life.
A COLORED man named Lewis Carter,
buried by the caving in of a well in the
village of Jamaica, N. Y., was rescued
after being under ground thirty-six hours,
twenty-eix of which he was without
nourishment of any kind. After hishead
was uncovered, it required six hours to
extricate him from between the large
stones and dirt by which he was wedged
in. He was not injured beyond a few
slight bruises, and was able to walk home
soon after his rescue.
A CORRESPONDENT Who has just re
turned from a journey through Virginia,
gives a very unfavorable account of the
condition of the crops in that State, which
have been much injured by the dry
weather. -He predicts that, unless some
measures are immediately taken to ward
it 0ff,.0 !Janine past result, and advisee
the PecoPlii.V.iAintiT- 101 r terrn r—Ot e4At ! ,..
tORUOItt ti prepenint and siaffig to : sm. ;
ket the =mac, tan bark and lumber that
abound in some parts of this State.
A .MM . . Entrattntok, riaiding in
Springfield, Ohio, - recently — endeavored
to capture a burglar who had entered her
house, exhibiting rare heroism. She was
aroused by the noise made by the thief,
and after searching through several
rooms she at last disoovered him secreted
in the pantry. Instead of screaming and
re.reating, she seized. the' fellow and val
iantly, endeavored to make a prisoner, of
him:,The burglar struggled with equal
energy; and it was only when he •began
beating her with abottle, which he caught
up, that Mrs. H. gave the alarm, arousing
the household, but too late to effect the
capture of the intruder.
A Limn domestic story conies from
Paris. Madame de B-'s 'husband was
away on official duty in Algeria, when
she, to consummate a liason with a youth
of thirty, proclaimed his death, mourned
three weeks and then married the lover.
But suddenly. Mr. B— returned, was
kindly received by his wife, and murdered
on the staircase by a hired ruffian. How
to dispose of the body. Husband No. '2
would take it to the river in a sack; he
did so, toppled it over the bridge and
found himself dragged after it into the
water and drowned. Madame B— had ,
deftly sown the sack to his coat. He told
no tales and she went traveling the next
day with another friend.
A NOVEL FIRE ALARM. has been intro
duced into a hotel in Chicago at a cost of
$l,OOO. It operates as follows: In the
office of the hotel is a register or dial,
with a number on a sort of key, repre
senting each room in the house. .Above
the dial is a relay, such as is used in ordi
nary telegraphing, and above that is an
alarm bell, connected with , the wires,
which lead to all the rooms; in each room
is a bulb; 'containing mercury, so ganged
that whenl the neat in the apartment
reaches 110 degs. the mercury rises,
touches the wire and the circuit is com
pleted. This rings the alarm in the office
and at the same time indicates the room
In which bl i the undue quantity of heat.
Tuz New York Tribune correspondent
tells how the good people of the Domin
ion turned out in their best , all along the
roads to give Prince Arthur a royal re
ception and a royal lot of speeches; but
when he came be looked so much like
any other lad that they did not know
him. A bishop drives out to meet him,
looks at the buggy, and passed on. The
volunteer artillery staid by their ons, _
he passes, and they dou't • salute. One . Antiquities at ! b
:side of a bridge has been specially . - reserv- The Newport (IL . I t ) .
•ed for the royal crossing; the Prince •The sale of antiqupi
comes to it, and a sentry turns him away. I,,nres, &c., at the Rid(
Ida all very funny,,but the misery of it Bellevue avenue
Lis that the Canadians found out their mis. days, has called ; for theogiither
'take; ran after their guest with all their of relic hunters, wile
might, and made him hear the speeches lively bidding for
,after.sil. terest. It is not
' THE project of making New Orleans a things of 'this chi
walled town by building a complete line single' collection,
of earthwork around it has been revived, opened to the pub]
and is seriously urged by the press and seum of rich and v
many prominent citizens of that city. judge that the Pric
The necessity for it is the danger to which were sold with "(11
the, city is exposed by the annual inunda. owners. ..
tions and crevasses on the lower Kiwis. "Among the thi
sippi. The , plan that meets with most that belonged to
favor is to construct a levee from Carroll. , rious pieces of ft:
ton directly • across to the lake, thence i a period before
along the lake shore to a point just beloW I • An iron Wainer,
the city, thence by a straight lineto the ithat tame over '
river bank near ~the barracks, ' There , also disposed of.''
would bp locks'for the passage of ..thOtWo tiev9 hundred ; .
canaill e and 'the ; re* would .he utedgt eggi, and briii4o
broad enOttet forasailroad and .qtrtiago front . noteatigtif
way, reveling the lake front-391th to ok, to *bleb" ' are nadir
resist the action of the waves: - press.
SBlMqff-r , .GAZEITE: TUESDAY,
Oirke Pormat, lately deceased of Wil
liamsport, bequeathed about- $70,000 to
the poor of - that city. •
THY. Venango county grand - j have
presented that part of the Franklin b anch
railway between Reno and Frankli as a
' Mss. Evexs, one of the sufferers by
the Avondale disaster, loses eight of her
family—her father, husband, thre sons
and three brothers.
SAMUEL STORM, of Penn township,
Centre county, recently narrowly es
caped being squeezed to death by a large
black-snake, which attacked him las he
was examining potato vines, enveloping
his body and arms before he could offer
any resistance. A faithful dog, however,
attacked the monster and drove it off,
thus savine his master's life. Mr. S. at
tempdto follow and kill the snake, but
fell e jhausted.
i ds, and
; • scrip
, ed and
I dj of this
t Va., has
rt of Ap
so far per
e calls the
g "the di
. rd against
lied it to a
n the '3lus
THE inquest in the case of Adam King,
whose dead body was found on French
Creek flats, a tew miles below
Meadville, Crawford county, return
ed a - veract that he "came to
his death by the hands of some person
to the jury unknown by means of blows
inflicted upon his head , and afterwards
thrown into French Creek from the dock
street bridge." The Mayor of ieadvi.lle
bas offered a reward of $5OO for Ithe ap
prehension of the murderer.
AT A recent special meeting of the
council of Chester, Delaware county, the
President in the performaive of !his offi
cial duties, while opening proposals for
street grading, addressed to the Chair
man of the Street Committee, I found a
check for fifty dollars on a Philadelphia
bank, in favor of Dr. J. L. Forward, with
the "compliments of Armationg & Co."
The Republican says of the circumstance
"we confess that during our experience
in public life we never witnessed so
shameless an attempt at bribery."
TnE Soldiers' Monument, dedicated at
Norristown on the 18th, has three bases,
on the too of which is a cubical block of
marble, four feet each way, on l . which is
engraved the names of five hundred and
fifty-seven soldiers and sailors, who fell
in the rebellion. Above this rises a shaft
fifteen feet high, on which aro carved the
four emblems of the service—lnfantry,
cavalry, artillery and navy. The whole
is surmounted by an eagle, cut from mar
ble, with extended wings five feet from
tip to tip. The whole height is thirty.
fite feet. It is located in the public
sijuare, and was gotten up exclusively by
the ladles at a cost of about five thousand
n, in 1867,
It tries was
• ny former
s, all of
:e, were in
OD acres o
[:r is a Mr.
FOREIGN NEWS AND BU ROES.
))in. Jon JAY visited Admiral Rad
ford at Trieste last week and spends this
week at Voslan, after which he will take
up his residence at Vienna.
The Archbishop of Bamber has for
bidden his clergy to visit coffee, end beer
houses., as they have been in thV habit of
so doing to the neglect of their flocks.
lii Czegcdin, In Hungary, a giantess of
three hundred and fifty pounds, in weight
has just been led to the altar...,,She al
Tun King of Prussiii an, ardshitirot
eatont, bat one who bettesss in ,eficour
aging religions feeling Weyer) , ,forru, has
given ten thousand thalers* the Roman
Catholic church at Ems;
A FORESTER in the dlstrit# or. Jampoi,
in the Russian government of. Podolia,
has discovered a vein of aliterf end it is
believed that the whole country as far as
the district of Dniester, in '‘BeSsarabia, is
rich to copper and silver.,:,
A LONDON' paper tells or two rivet
traveling dentists who arrived together
at a fair. - One hoisted Phapllter Inscribed
Princepse* the other ;Mmediately
'painted up, on his boothdWaelle For
ceps," and drew the crowd..., . -
Tan public bathe of Ro g * Feria at
Valencia, Spain, recently way and
fell into the river, when full cf bathers,
causing many to perish, elpeeially•
dren. No Democrats were hurt; lifey
A MARRIED pair in the Patatinate were
about to make a j ourney 14. cars from
Germersheim to urkheim, and missed
the train. The man began to, abuse the
wife; she returned his &tm with inter.
eat, which exasperated him , so much that
he pulled out a pocket pistol and shot hie
'wife and-himself. ','
TIIE Velocipede has cot into use in
the ,Hanover Postoilice II rtment. A
i T ut
foot postman between Ce ll
bel•Celle, who bad to walk . distance of
about five hours, purchased a velociOde
st• his own cost, after gaining the per
mission of the postal autherlties, and
now makes the distance in Pm than Our
hours. The North Gerinsi i postal au
thorities are now diseassingif this means
of transportation cannot •$ Made OP-fur
FRAUD in India has Ito gone as far
as the manufacture of wi . Uasts, for
the purpose of cheathig the oternment.
Premiums are paid by the titan govern.
meat Tor slaying wiid •-. i so tigeret,
bears and leopards a7 a eiad. . 5 0
as they can. First, the i '''a::,
with a skull of wood tted • ~, tee 4444;
secondly, the real skull is .. ..ght fa&
Ward; and sometimes, aIS P. 1 ' teseeiratiN ,
the real tiger or hear 18.. di .7 ' . set witui ,
and the skull of a hog .1. idea ten.
dered, provided with false I: Jkkal"tV
ered with pigskin, moul. . 6...a,r
ger's head. Some of the .9,6104.2..*ft,fti
beasts of straw. The ski f *re__‘dpwl_2: r l.
dered to be smashed! arettop4wi for oit
sow. I 1 jj4;tz
We are now prepared to supply La
Potters. It is perfect, simple, and as cheap as
the plain top, having the
r o ad!
"ifruits stampedl upon the cover, radiating from
the center. and an index or pointer stamped upon
the top of the oen.
It is Clearly, IstLnetly and Permanently
by merely pld l cing the name of the fruit the
can contains opposite the pointer and sealing in
the customary anner. 1.13 preserver of fruit or
good housekee p er will use any other after
seeing t. m'2s
PIPES. CHIMNEY TOPS. &e,
• large assorts:l l eat,
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9 IffcCANDLESS & CO.,
$( Late Wilson. Carr a C 0..)
wamassAur. meta= Is
Foreign and Domestic Dry Gonda,
No. 94 WOOD STUN=
Third door above DDimondMinntera.
FALL STOCK OF
Sew Itecehing by _
N 0.47 SIXTH STREET,
Wald ST. °La&
MERC KANT TAILOR,
Kleve constatitlY oa band
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesttngs.
AIso.GYNTLZMENI3 FURNISHING GOODS
No. 9 1-2 Spaithfield Street,
Sar fient's ClOthing made to order in ttie latest
NEW FALL GOODS.
♦ splendid new stock at
CLOTHS, GASSrmEB:Es , SC.,
JIM tftelTed bY
;03: Merchant Tailor. II Smithfield street
(Late patter witb W. Hespenheide.)
mo. as Smithfield Street,Pittsburgh
NOTICE TO FLOUR DEALERS
AND CONSTIMERS. — We are now reedy
fur slot of 40,000 bushels earetully selected
WRITE AND .AMBES. AND TalibiltBt.EE
WHEAT, ptuchssed In Gibson. Parse. anon
and ll!organ counties, Indiana. This lot of
Wheat is the very best t • be round and cannot
be surpassed by any In the United. States.
We have also SiCaShOd our 1111:11.11VVeraelltS /II
Machinery. Bolting MOOS a n d cooling ROOMS,
and are now prehared•to Vanish the best ltione
. yre hate trade for tea years at prices that defy .
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I T A1f.218 IFLOUBS.,, ~,,,,
' 440 bbie. ni rider, 3 T'bbbs" Ha Hai, isol
legs Itrtulm,,„'neo,bbis ensbuttt Sills S 2 bbls.
Winona 9?-.; ! 00 h4te ,fled Ayer. 133 hbla May
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3 bb s ri v 006, bbb, t But; 300
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tf. ,qmy • ..,,Vg_lteldetWhlckrFride - t of the
west,,,t ever. Naasuon ,A, Larson Bilis,
'..lttritteederand, net, choice 'SU uts.
rob lila IDWISt Alan ' , cen be broug ht from the ,
'Weill: ' 't , ..! t-:.,t, u,YrehaT,L N ie.CO, •
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lid A.venne,nesr Scalia.ld St.
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TUNINGS, NOTIONS, &O.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
In Plaid and Boman Striped.
Ruffled Collars and Cuffs,
The New Sailor Collar,
Silk Class Buttons.
In all the Newest Patterns.
MISSES PINE WOOL CAPS AND SACQUES
An elegant assortment just received
Hair and Jute Switelies,
Balmoral and Plaid Hosiery,
Wool Hall Hose,
Shirts and Drawers,
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
A Full Supply of All Kinds
HEAVY PLAID FLANNELS,
MACRUM, GLYDE & CO.,
•r 78 & 80 Market Street.
CRUM & CARLISLE'S
No. 27 Fifth, Avenue,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons.
Embroidenes and Laces.
Ribbons and Flowers.
Hats and Bonnets. •
Glove lilting and French Corsets.
New Styles Israelty"s Skirts.
Rain tUmbrellas.he new styles.
-Hosiery—the best English makes.
Agents for `Hlll7l5' Seamless Rids."
Spring end Bummer underwear,
Sole Agents Tor the Bemis Patent Shape Col
lars. "Lockwood's "Irving," "West End,"
"Elite," Ate; "Dickens," "Derby," sad other
Dealers supplied with the above at
MAN UFACITIRICRS' PRICES
MACRUM & CARLISLE,
. LIQUORS, &c.
IWINES, BRANDIES, GIN, liCs,
WHOLESALE DEALERS vs
PURE RYE WHISKIES,
409 PENN STREET,
save Removed' to
NOEL 384VAND 886 PENN,
Cor. Eleventh St,. (formerly Canal.)
JOSEPH 8. FINCH & CO"
Bros. 185, 167,199, 'l9l. 193 and /952
TIMM STEMS% riTTSBUBIK.
XANUTACTIntIaS or •
Copper Distilled Pure Rio irdskuy•
Alia dealers in • PORZIGN WO= sad LI
WOES. HOPS. as. allaSsakSl
T.I3ISHOPTHOUPE SCHOOL for
GIRLrI, will begin its second year D. V. on
s lath of 85 1' next. 'the number
of pupils all of whom live to the house, is lim
ited to thirty. Wrench is taught by a resident
governess, and so iar as possible is 'made the
lananase of the family. Address, for 'circulars.
etc.. MISS CHASE, Bishopthorpe, Bethietism,
rib EGAR A V INSTITUTE, MI
14..) and lISS9 sintuog STREET, Philadelphia.,
Fa. INULIcH AND FRENCH. For Young
Ladles and Misses, Boarding and Day Pupils,
will reopen on MONDAY, Sep•en ber O.
FRENCH Is the languae I ns ti tu te. Wally, andis
constantly spot= In the •
youNG LAMES' SCHOOL,
No. 29 NINTH STREET, tate band
Will open. WODNZSI/AY. Rept I Lt. The
INglook ass eleP4it mud tOMMOCIPMS rOON3II. a thli
coma of able , and Competent teaubers. and evert
facility far ',thorough education. Besides the
ususl advantages of Maps, shatte r and 1 /1 111 o•
sobbloal Apparatus, pupils will have the beneat
of a large and valuable Cablnst of Natural His
tory. Applications for admlselm] may be made
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The only BUt*m Lithoustiele !F.statilisttient ,
West of tre Mountains. Business Cards. Letter
Deeds, Bonde r Labels, Cireaters, elicrw Cards,
Diplomas. Portraits, Vtirlf Oestleeates or De
Deem. ihvithtldh Oer3 l ,
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PEa si i. ORNATFIENT ‘ M*l
NA WO Mal yautypariLy.
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ilincmin. - . 1 TM ma:Mama M La. •
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will be, grim* fm law. 7-, -
Lancet •and emMbaaa's itimc. t c ll , ll , • •• • • ,
in tba mmam inlinnoT, . • ti".•„
riONTINUES TO TREAT -AlilL,
Iki private diastases...B,oM in - all Its fortes, lii
urinary diseasc ma_VaLt effects of_asercury
completely eustea , Ovennatorrites or MOTO. -
nal Wastages and insweney.- reseituag t 2 s s
self-abuse or other claws', mad- Mick produ
some of th e following nests. u pt t ut atriles. _ y
weakness, indigestion . OODSISO accustom°
society, unmanliness, tread of to are events,
loss of memory. ind:T i gecturilld einissimill.
and finally so prtutratin e sexual systematics
render marriage a tletoryi
ituPtudeut, are fairlassently cere • sr.
flitted with these or any Oiler delicate, to
or long standing constitutional:m= l MM 'idlii)Wl.
give ineDoctor *mist; be never fails. -„,
A particular attentiou given to all Female
plaints, Leurorrar or Wiatims,_Patling;_in .
nation Or Ulceration of titer Ws:ON - ov=
pruritlis Amenorrboes. Diesorrhasim
norrboea, and bterility or Barrenness, are .
ed with the greatest succesa. • • •
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It is self-errideattbst a plrggelexa MD
himself exclusively toast studyof s alrialn — Wili
of diseases andireatt inonesoads of _con c ane
year must acquire grater all= La that, ,: ~
Typene ',stemma mars* • • ' • ,
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Doctor publishes s nanstloeL_Palitmullt .
fift pages that, 'Maw rem expos:lsms of
OW Ornate disease% bat can be had free ektgliell
or by mall Ow f tc&lay Paled . 11 .Tew
laasentence setlow-0 - tie .
and , An Oars deMiltsill.
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some ins eill, • • **Vets
examination is absolutmy neticasary. *
others daily pe *DOOM is r e Ep a
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• man - aor taw 4 ....tte who ban
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