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Of Plttsbnrg,h, Allegheny City and
Corner of flUtb Avenue arrd SoltidelO Street.
SATURDAY. JULY 2. 1870
Sonya at Frankfort 961
(mo closed to Sew York on yesterday
FOXIIES WON'T Lat.—The best evi
dence; of President rent's efficiency, the
honesty which- pervades all the depart.
meuts and the general success of • the ad
ministration. is found in.. tie flattering
exhibit of receipts for the fiscal year
ending on Thursday, which are elsewhere
TUE CONYESIF.EI of.!artier and Windt ,
ingtort . countes met yoderday ii-this city
and ratified the nomination of DEKA& 31: ,
LEA - Tawnier; and WILLUM A. MACKEY
of . .Washington; and Mr. Wu. C. Snt-n-
LOCK, of Bearer, as the Legislative candi
dates. The Republican party of these
counties la thoroughly organized and the
utmost harmony prevails along the whole
8 Alt EVIDENCE Of the coalition fenu
ed y the new third party with the Demo
era .a correspondent directs our atten
to the fact that the regularly employ
.ed . ' tiry is an' out-and-out Democrat,
and o his management is entrusted the
at sig out the details of the canvas..
11 can any thinking Republic= be de.
celled In . the , object of ,this movement ':
Will many be sold out and bought, ; cheap
by the crafty Democracy . , t
Ton Commercial very impudently tell,
•ihregular Republican party that there
. . is ut one count° fur them to take in the
• present =nation, and that is to aamiesce
in the nominations that will be r:tle by
the select . and committee appro_ con.
~vlt, i , ; :n which in to meet dent week.
Th of- it, Republicans I You are asked
to ink your own rights and follow n the
— lend of the immaculate fire, who me to
have the setting up of things in the, new
third—party. The impidence of - these
holier. and the organ of brimotooe'coruer
surpsoaes tltoivonderf al.
Pi ARTIST of no great talent, but ex
ceedingly large ',retentions, once painted
the picture of a horse and fearing that
his friends might, not recognize his sub
ject wrote naderneath, "the above is a
horse." So, too, the new third party pro.
pose doing, They ask their friends who
arc to participate in the parlie primary
meetlnica to a paper in which
the declaration is made "the under
slow& Is a., trap • Republican and an hon
est voter," ;Like the artist's horse, they
would hardly be recognized as tree, Re.
public:ante 'unless the tablet of infOrma•
lion was tacked above their names.
TIMMY: appears to be general rejoicing
throughout the•State,that Mr. Otorge K.
Anderson, Ile Petmleum. Prince, .who
stooped to befoonquered, has - been so Big
flatly defeated by thelteMeit, COmanry of
Crawford. The 'Verdict given In that
county-is regarded as 'cheering and en.
couniging[for it shows that ,the people
are yet right, and that they know how to
rebuke fraud and corruption, even if the
gni* clothe themselves in the counter
feit garb of honesty, tho better to deceive,
betray and acLumplielt nefarious purposes.
Mr. Anderson le the Crawford wing of the
. clique of parlor politicians who are now,
lil ' under the shadow of the Commciaa' Len.
idesvoring to hoodwink the people by the
cry of honestyand reform In politics. IHe l
succeeded se well as will they. Ile was
: rebuked sternly and manfully by the
' Crawford pest& ; they will be treated
likeirble . by the thoughtful musses of Al
legheny. Ilia deception has been un
masked in the terrible exhibit of astound
ing fraud developed in the vote of This
villa; their iloaption glimmers through
the dark lantern caucuses being held and
- the-secret circular. sent out to those who
they would seduce Into taking stock in
their honesty of purpose. ItetributirMhis
overtaken him ; it closely, chases , his
treselacyoui Allegheny . colleagues.
rEccAvi • •
de We anticipated, and intended to say
yesterday ukoraing that it yrould, the ChM
mercid apido'gives'for the toilikton . , out
rageous in& deliberate atuitt, made irk lie"
,on -Wednesday morning, on the
members of our City IC...innate. Apology
was not made voltudarily. Tire iufgna
tion expressed by those wile were dellber-
ately and unjustly vilified' Itinught It to
its imams, and compelled it .to , cry,peeiwri.
Its retractian le shout as sincere, as that .
of the steieativin who once derived In the
beat of debate, in . meet unchustital
and unparliamentary phrase, Those
on the opposite side are . dt .
_g--s _to a bear! - pd .when
called to 'order for his untiecondhg
~Jit•tidta it back. Theiare
all very Bt." It has offered a milk and
Water apology; but its columns furnish
indubitable evidence every morning, that
it does not hold the members of •the City
Count:Man high repute as men of honesty.
. our City Fathers , who are all highly
respected citizens, - are not. gentlemen to
be trilled whit. :They not ilkiw
themselves to be badgered, btow.beaten
and traduced, andthe rapidity. ith which,
after nunited cas9Aation, thei brought
the Commercial to its ktices, cause
--las-odßufg ;whatever dz.y may think, to
• tamp cautious In reprint., whit they, ,
been elicolumns'in tht futnm. -
and wick • • apology. 'weaver, hats
generelly, who w • ly naPnitclpled
same article as bond slay • Our citizens
plcW and reduced to a state o • the
insOleenty." 'The reason of this in,
insprominn bad seized the editors of that
journal since a few of the bolters have
eetaldbilied;at lie instancy, on it - second
Morin Bmitlitlehl street, a factory for
making and unmaking delegates to poll
' tits] conventions, that the people will not
be allowed to have a voice in the manage
ment of municipal affairs% or the bedew.
Meat of olßcial fatdrs on needy editors.
. ~ Some days since we called attention - to 1
" the fact that the Commercial, of this city.
' following in the lead of the most bitter
1 . •, • Democratic journal!, both in and cot of
;4 . New York, had commenced tomake elan
', denims' attick ` ti on Prestdent. We
.. 1 . -4re ipill to say that it hal not as yet
''S`‘ ; ‘ • • irboWit any signe of reptmtaneei or regret.
„.:,.,' On the contrary, it continues daily, either
".. 4.-- in its editorial .colurnns, or through the
' !„,.' 6, .. : -", „ , , Ida otat.s.e.enrimpondents to throw
'•l,:r,:::•''''' oat tlibiktutost wicked Insinuations against
-",-t the resident A fresh attack wiui
JP , against him yesterday in the
- ..;.,.1..,. 'columns of .. *at unscrupulous Jour.
..I.At nstrertilett charged him with creating
-•*?' • " trouble "in the affair of the SSW DOWD
-4% 4 ' go iresty b: ad inflows et/ his
r1;:f. ; : , .. - . - rent , . L it! se. 16. . favorable roos
lion" of it and producing' breaches in the
Republican ranks that will be a long time
in healing." becauee "he bad not stop
ped with 'Junking the treaty and laying it
before." the Senate, " accompanied by
his reasons for thinking it had better be
The Commercial knows right well that
in the Investigation of the San Dominic,
atßdr, the President has been fully and
triumphantly vindicated; yet it continues
to circulate the slanders which have been
manufactured our of the whole cloth by
the opposition prs
But General Grant i hair got used to
these sbindercius attacks. They will do
hint no harm. The people , understand
the spirit in, and the ; object for, which
they are made. The Conrmereial in la
boring with its puny might to produce a
breach in the Republican party here, and
it May seem to some to be a piece of con
summate strategy for it to hire men to
write from Washington that there are
breaches there which It will take a long
time to heal. lint the genie will not sue
ceed. The motives are too well known,
and the loyal Republicans of Allegheny
county will not allow themselves to be
Imposed upon. Neit`xer will they, quiet
ly, permit a journal Which has inglori
ously cut I loose from their organLiation
to heap rile vituperation upon • the nation.
al Executive of their choice.
President Grant is as deeply rooted in
the affi•ctions of the people as overlie was,
and the true Republicans of this city and
vicinity, at least, will not allow his char.
\arter to be assailed and traduced by any
"met without entering their solemn pro
est. The envenomed malire-which thd'
!oninierrial is 'spew(ng out against him
sill only. serve to promote Lis interests.
THE NEW PARTY.
The non- party held. another meeting
yesterday afterunofi, a full report of the
proceedings of which will be found in
our local columns. -Their mouth-piece
will no doubt toll its readers thishturning
, "for numbers and strength the meet
ing was all that could be desired," as it
announced the day after the first meeting
woe held, although there were only about
two dosen_present, all of whom acknowl,
edged their weakness.
According to actual count made by our
reporter .Zesterday, there were not pres
ent at any time more than twenty-nine
perams. These, although respectable in
their different stations, are , certainly
not men of strength, as that term is un
derstood in this codisection. Is it not
then AO evidence of the weakness of the
new organization that it has never-been
able to muster more than twenty-nine
persons at any meeting, and among them
not one of : those "influential wee of
whom the restless leaders have made
their boast as signers to the call? We say
emphatically that notond of the gentlemen
whom the bolters thednialves have desig
nated as influential has; to our knowledge,
attended any meeting yet. Why not, if
the movement has been hailed with such
enthusiasm as - the organ of the bolters
constantly proclaims! These gentlemen
gave their names merely as an indi
cation that they were in favor of
correcting any abuses_ that may
ttare crept into the party, without the
slightest intention of ever leaving It, or
entering into a new organization. They
prom this by &Mounting themselves from
every meeting. They will not meet with
them now, nor will they vote with them in
' October, if they should be so foolish at to
nominator a ticket.
. Another evidence, of their weakness is,
that' Thif receiveTesponses from differ
ent lestiffideita their prirate call, to the
effect that thoee upon whom they relied
will have nothing to do with the matter.
This announcement was made in the
'meeting yesterday. It is passing strange
that such intelligence should have been
received froth districts where many sig.
nature; were obtained to the original
call! This is positive proof that If the
movement ever bad any vitality, it is
rapidly filling into decay, and will soon
die out. This has been the current re
port on the streets for several days.
Even one of the officers said to a member
of tile city press yesterday • that he
thought he had discovered a snake in
the movement already, motes soon as he
aim convinced, he would abandon them
at once. And coca-know that there is not
a more honest man in these cities than
that selfsame officer. We only wonder
that he has allowed himself to be de
ceived so long. .
' The bolters have been clamorous foe .
Change in the manner of making nomi•
nations, but it will be seen from thi report
of the prOoo - eling,s that they are unable
even among themselves to define what
they want. They are sunpielows ot.oun
another. One said he could not trust the'
city, another that IX, could not trust the
country. Where then 'will they find men
. whom they can trust, when they cannot
ttust each other? This division in their
:council is an evidence of weakness: A di
vided house cannot stand.
The strangest thing of ill is that -the
Crawford County Systerin was denounced
by the meeting In uumeastued terms. Out
of all , tlte. plans preeentett. not, one was
Honestly, we believe the new party has
been Oipped in the bud; the day of its In
fantile busied &swills nigh.
CONSTITIITION OF iLLlelote:
A State Convention in Illinois L.
(rained a new Constittiton for that Com.
monwealth, which will be submitted to a
vote of the people today. Among Its pro
visions ate the following :
No person convicted of Bribery, per
jury or other infamous. crime shall be ell•
gible to any office of profit or trost in the
State. Members of the Legislature are
required to sweat that they have not Told
any bribe to secure their election, and
that they will rsot receive any gift or
bribe for any vote or Wiesner, they may
'Skis or withhold for any official act which.
they may perform.
Legislative and Senatorial Districts
;ire to be apportioned'acoording to the
number of inhabitants, and all collides
having tlaco.fifths of a ratio will be en.,
titled to at leastcou representative. . •
'Co apptopriatimeashall bernade to
to law, and , ap p ropriation bills shall
other provision. No money
r. r nl ei ., from the State Treasury
The Legisl of law, and when ap.
tingutsh the rude
fie object shall not
ligation of any corpora
the State. or ex
The Legislature ihall not vln oh-
addittooal compensat on. lin
allowance teeny public officer, age
• contractor after entice has been retitle
or a contract made: ....
The State *ball not loan itscredit, nor
In any manner become responsible for the
debts or liabilities of .corporatione or in
dividnals- ' ..
:Nri•law shall be passed extending the
term of any public officer . after his elec
e n f iezt t .
are required to pass a law over the veto
of the dovernor. llpder the presen Con
stitution a majeritY Only Is required -
The Supreme , Court &hall cons t of
seven judges instead of three, as at ipren
The:Leatisilature eiMil have no power
to discharge persona or Fioperiy from .a
proportionate share of taxes,nor commute
such taxes in any form.
• County authorities Shall never assess
taxes, the aggregate .of which shall ex.
'Geed seventY.five cents per $lOO valuation.
nukes authorised to do so by a vote of
the people of the county. 1
Railroad companies are required to k
MI office for the transfer of stock, and
mike rat report to the legislature salt
I . .
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETTE : SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1870.
may require. They shall not consolidate
with competing lines. A majority of the
directors must reside in the State. The
Leg'.'attire will fix maximum rates of
charges for all railroads within the State.
A section forbidding municipal subscrip
tions to railroads will be submitted sepa
The Bill of Rights provides that no
person shall be denied any civil or 1,0110.
cal rights on account of his religious
opinions. Grand, juries nitly be abolished
by law. No irrevocable grant or special
privileges shall ever be made by the
Most, if.not all of these provisione are
new. It will be seen that they throw
powerful reatraints around the Legisla
ture and county authorities. The newly
framed Constitution meets with much
'popular favor. It will prevent the useless
squandering • of the, peoPle's money, and
special legislation upon matters which
can be adequately provided) forin general
laws. It vroposel a radical and cqmpletd
reform, and the indications are that it
will ho adopted by - a large majority.
The Republican press throughout the
State, at least such as have been recog
nized as inlfull sympathy with the party
and ; its principles, very decidedly condemn
the movement started here by a few par
lor politicians and drawing room states
men to divide the ranks and break down
the regular orgrinizatiou. It is not, per
hops, through any immediate concern for
our political interests out this way that
outside journals sincerely deprecate the
movement, but because they are fully
aware of the programme of the aggres
sive Democratic leaders to encourage se
cession in our rants_ and to urge union in
their own, hoping to march into power
through the Republican disorganization.
The Harrisburg Tag/Tap/4 puts the case
plainly as follows:
-There never was a time when entire
harmony in the Republicans rankc was of
more importance than It is now. Those
who Imagine that all difficulties were re
moved by the crushing of the rebellion
are sadly mistaken. It i&the fixed Inten
tion of the discomfited leaders of the re
bellion. acting in close concert with the
sympathizing Democracy of the North.
to restore again, at the earliest pautible
moment, the old order of things—to undo
all that has been done to advance civiliza
tion and extend liberty, aud to bring the
y back in all respects. to the condi
tion t was in before the first gun was
fired upon Fort Sumter We wish those
who re. perhaps unwittingly, fomenting
discolrd in the ranks in some sections of
tine gate. by uttneeesKary and unwise
movements would ponder with a little
More care the evident intcutions of the
enemies of progress South : and North, as
occasionally disclosed by leading presses
and orators of the Denodracy. At pres
ent we Invite attention to an extract front
a recent speech of Wade Ilanipton, of
••Let us, then, my friends and comrades
cling with unrelenting grasp and unsha
kencon6dence to the faith that hi in us.
het not the angry threats of oppression
or the syren voice of temptation drive or
allure us to forsake it. Above all, be not
misled by that unmeaning jargon which
tells you thatyour cause Ml4l submitted
to the arbitrament of arms, mid thatt the
sword has decided that cause against ns."
The. Telegraph adds:
"As lengas there exists even a remote
chance to revolutionize the revolution in
publiesentiment and. carry the country
back again to the accnrsed era of slavery;
the South's:will not rest content with the
new older of thingti, encouraged as they
are by the yet powerful Democracy of the
North: and nothing ran prevent the suc
cess of this unholy alliance but a united
and well organized Republican party.
Let h are
jthose with playing with tire.
brands in close vicinity to combustible
and explosive material, take heed in time.**
We admire the magnanimity of soul
and kindness of heart in ■ political
lament which would prompt the utter.
&bee of the following wards, which we .
Copy from the Cincinnati Enquirer, '
A story Las recently been started' In •
lacrosse paper concerning the death of
an uncle of Horace Greeley's in tlfe
cousin poor-house. All the details are
supplied to give it the •mblance of
truth, and it Is even alleged that letters
from Hr. Greeley were found in the
'pockets of deceased. Now, notwithstand
ing we know nothing whatever about
the matter, we venture to pronounce the
thing ■ mean fabrication, and we are
sorry to see Democratic journals copying
It for the purpose of political capital, be
cause of Mr tireeley's prominence fn the
Republican party. Mr. Greeley is no
friend of ours, and we are nut among his
admirers, certainly. But he is a man
whose private virtues atone for many of
his political mines; and Le has laved too
many of other men's uncles from the
poor-house to allow us to believe that he
would let las own uncle die there. The
Inventor of this wretched canard Was
both base and brainicas. If Le can't get
op something more plausible, ho had bet
ter quit journalism and try -shoemaking.
The late Ohio Congregational Confer
ence at Oberlin, .was remarkable some
respects. Henry Wird Beether's theology
and especially his paper; the Christian
Universe, were the cause of a lively time;
because of his views favoring a union
with those who deny the Divinity of
Christ and the atonement The venerable
Professor Finney said Le knew the Beech.
era well. In his childhood Henry Ward's
father spent his life in controversy, and It
didn't amount to lunch; and the boys all
got sick of It, and the girls too, and they
went to opposite extremes. The next im
portant question was the admission of
woolen as delegates.-the church at Tole
do having sent them. Finally the women
wre rejected bye vote oteighty-eight
fit y.live. The Rhode Island Congrega
tional Conference also_rejected a woman
Aceording.to the Adepentlent, the Rev.
J. V. Clokey,tuited Presbyterian minis-
ter at Steubenville, Ohio, loni been refus
ed a 'certificate of ministerial standing, I
because Dr. Ekln of the Old School Pres
by Arlan Church, by vote of his session,
assisted and partook of the Lord's Sup
pet., at his communion table. Further, on
leaving his presbytery to join another,
action was taken expressing a want of
confidence In him as reliable on Church
polity in respect to psalmody. . •
Indications are apparent that 'the feud
between the regular Baptists it, Ohio, and
the. Disciples (Cainpbellitest Is likely to
pate away, and that the points at. bane, es
pecially of the regenerating grace of bap
tieni; sell) not be . ti` barrier to prevent
friendly relations. •
The Quaker Monthly Meeting of Ails
delphia have sanctioned the report of a
committee opposing the exhibition of
costly preeento at weddings, tut fiiatering
it spirit of vanity at valiance W 111.11166-
tian sympathy and the rules of that body.
Dr. Krotel, a leading Lutheran clergy
estimates .'that if the Lutheran
m. • vunplied with , ministers Ito
chum more MM.
hundred tit. re-united Presbyterian
The United . umbers almost four
of Westmoreland, •
Jane 21, and was organ. • ~by t.m,
ton of Rev. J.S. Easton, M . mu,
T. P. Patterson was installed .
the congregation of Laurel
sermon wan . preached by Rev. S. t.
Mcßride; Dr. .timeey addressed the Tas
ter, and Dr. Eaton gave the charge to the
The Episeopal church, Frankfort, Pa.;
has a Sunday School of nearly fifteen hun
dred, teachers; sewing and , night schools,
&Other's meetings, etc.
Notwithatendthg. the United Presbyte'
ilea Chn#lL ls Pica*ing in =ay re.
gpeoi,:iloividing to the Narrative of Holt
gion at Hie list General Assembly, there
has been an actual decrease in the minis
teenl force of ten during the past year.
Fifteen ministers died nod twelve joined
other denominations. This fact excited
anxiety at the General Assembly.
Many laymen living in. the Southern
Presbyterian Church are not satisfied
with the hlligcrent Htllll,l of their Church
towards the Northern Presbyterians. A
distinguished layman thinks their. course
The pp , abyterian, iu noticing the ques
tion of Dickens' religion, without pro
posing to throw any light on it, because it
knew nothing of his daily life, thinks
that it is n matter of profound Interest
the fact that the question has been on NO
many lips, and excited so much diacus.
Detroit). Michigan, singular to state,
with a population of from eighty to one
hundred thousand, ha* until recently had
but one Baptist church.
The receipts of the Baptist Missionary
Union last year wore a trifle °vol.
two hundred thousand dollars, while the
expenses were nineteen to twenty thou
sand more. The Co 11111 l Men want two
hundred and fifty thousand dollars for
the current year.
Rev. Frank Do Hass, formerly of this
city, uow pastor of the Trinity Methodist
Episcopal church, Cincinnati, Ohio, has
been honored with the degree of D. D., by
.Albion College, Michigan.
The elegant new Wesleyan Association
building, Boston, hasjust been completed,
Tit a costof nearly three hundred thous
and dollars. It is located In Bromfeld
street, with a front of soventy-two foot,
and a depth of one hundred and twelve.
The Book Depository, Ziotio Herald, and
other Methodist interests to occupy the
building, and the three large stores on
A condipondent of the Preohyteridn,
Which has carefully read the reports of
the late Presbyterian General Assembly,
presents the following summary, which
will interest many. Of the 600 members
of the Assembly only 140,.are roportad
as hiving spoken at all, leaving 451 silent
members, except that a few` are reported,
.without name, as "A member said" &c.
The 146 speaking were nit follows-. Dr.
Musgrave 63 times, -Dr. Beatty 50, Dr.
*rosby 49, Pr.W. Adams 36; Dr. Hatfield 35.
Dr. Sprat . 29. Ex.tiovernor Pollock 28, W.
E. Dodge 21. Pr. Breed 19, Mr. Kingsley
IS, Dr. Fowler 16, Judge Strong 15, Dr.
Paxton and Mr. .punkin each 12.1 Mem.
been spoke each 11, 2 members spoke each •
10, 2 members spoke each 9, 2-members
spoke each 8, 3 members spoke each 7, 3
members each spoke 7, 5 members spoke
each 6, 10 members spoke each 5,5 went
hers spoke each 4, 14 members spuk
each 3, 2'2 members spoke each 2,04 mem
bets spoke .each 1.
At the last Board meeting of the Amer
ican Bible Society at New York the en
tire number of Narks : granted for the
month wore seven thousand three bun
.dred and ninety-four, besides other gifts.
The ministers of Philadel
phia, are about to organise a Presbyterial
League, embracing - all the churches of
the city with a view to adopting means
to reach mere effectually the . mssaeswith
The Senate of France has recognized the
equal rights of Protestants and Catholics
in the army, by requesting the appoint
ment of a Protestant chaplain, for the sol
diers at Perpegan.
In 1852 the Havihsts of Newark, New
Jerse . had but two churches, and five
hundred members. Thrutigh the activity
of missionary operations. in conneccion
with the usual means, they now haveZ
eight clprches and over twenty six hun-
died members, haying increased five-fold,
while the city has only doubted in popu
• The ratio of ri;tiresentation in the Oen,
end Assembly of the Presbyterian Church
is to be one minister and our -elder for
every forty ministers, instead -of one of
each class from every Presbytery contain
ing twenty ministers or less according to
the former'rule. •
FULTON'S FIRST STEAMBOAT
A Romantic Story of How He Won
Hi• Bride.sThe Old Boat Still
.t oorrespOtident of the tieneVa Couritr
relates the following story of the Kate
Morgan, the little steamer which for More
than a generation has plied on Cayuga
Late,ber owners obeying the behest of
the fi n d prorchdor, to "run her till she
Before the Clmncellor Livingstone stem.
med the current of the Iludson, yet after
the little Clermont bud stirred tim quiet
water. of the Collect Pond, the whistle of
the Kate Morgan awoke the echoes in
Taughanic Glenn, and her puldle-wheel
dashed the spray upon Cayuga bridge.
There is a bit of romance attaching to her
name and building..
Old General Morgan, of Revolutionary
fame bad a noble estate on the teeter - It
bank of the lake, not far from where the
present Wells College now stands. Be
tween kin only daughter, a lovely girl of
eighteen, and young Fulton had long ex.
laded a tender attachment, which, howev
er: the poverty and obscurity of Robert
led the General to severely' frown upon.
Fulton went to- New York. Flo labored
long years in perfecting his invention; his
day of ,triumph came, and th'ep he wrote ,
to the Stern father relating his success
and asking for the daughter's hand.
"Nay," wrote bick the incredulous old
soldier,"l'll believe what I nee with my
own eyes. Comeyou back,- scapegrace,
to the lake; -build and sail a steamboat
past my own door, and then, and nut till
then, shall you have my daughter Kate."
Need I say that Fulton came joyfully
back, that a streamer was built as rapidly
as circumstanced would permit, that she
was launched, and in due time did mall trt.
umphantly pant the General's door! But
let me add that, according to an express
ittpulation made. by the illy Robert -In
num be succeeded—when the Kate Mor
gan sheered in 'towards the General's
dock a small . boat was seen pnaldng out
containing the original Kate, her grim
father, and a gentleman in clerical veal..
ments. The ,y were soon on board, and
there, amid the waving of flags, the ring
ing of bells, and the blowing of whistles,
the proud inventor and his prouder bride
.were made one. A glorlorts sweep upend
down the lake completed the first bridal
trip by steam ever known in tide country.
Beforri.weleave this historical boat - let
us go below aticmtent. Rare are the old
fashioned engines, inscribed "Tremen,
Cartwright A. Co." The were the (list
engine builders in the United States, and
furnished both Fulton's and Fitclea boats.
Cartwright MRS the father of the well
known Peter Cartwright, the Western
back woods preacher.
Glance now at the cabin. Its upholster
ing was furnished by. A. T. Stewart, at
that time an exterprising young trades
man, keeping a little seven by nine shop in
Chamber street. Though the lustre of
the goods has long since passed away,
durability . remains to attest to the honesty
and good yudgment.of the young dealer,
and by which he has risen to be the fore
most merchant of our country.
-THE 4 , :aiyttevian . gots off the following:
It is mai of the mostamusing sights in the
world G 3 watel,ayming and inexperienced
fly attempt to porlgrinite Blantindicularly
across the head of one of our short haired
yours g men. We mean one of those heads
that has been scissored Owl, rasped, filed
and finished off with rand paper and
no that the minutest phrenological
"stands out In as bold relief as a
takes. Ile (the fly) traieln so
'reyien . Els feet:, SO much like
Lelor learning to skate. No
• a sermon with one of
line between yob
on It enna t i s
from the not
net to ace a Meta
weather, uks that the 1
men who have been seeing trio)
face of the sun for some time paste ,
that the force of his rays w3ima,
be materially diminished thereby, will
please step to the front and explain."
THE THIRD PARTI
NEsSIIS EDITORS The Third party pre;
tends to be in . favor of the . Crawford
county system, whirls by the way Craw
fool county has abolished. How does it
Come that they did not adopt that system to
making theirtminationsi, instead of the
delegate syste which they pretend * to
regard so wonder If the
leaders, Carnahan and Brigham did not
anticipate u tber islander show of
strength. Thilir failure to adopt this
system, taken In connection with the over
tures of their lenders to the Regular Re.
publican party for reconciliation, would
seem to indicate that their lmaisted
denre in their strength is -put on."
SritocroliNalifornia,has two very cu
rious insane meb. One has but one leg,
yet threatens to walk to New York for
the purpose of inducing all Irish emb
grantsto go.with him to Mexico; and the
other Unagines hitnself lion. 0'7..4111, and
is bored that the newspapers should con
eider him so popular a topic.
COLD AND BPARKLIEU 1501:1A WATER.
Drawn from Gaut!lne Marble Founts. with the
Genuine YELLOW MALTA bYltUll.treati.
the new American Syrup MOSTAII. constantly
on dracwht. These arrupe ate the flpella tl
ever sold la AILICTIVI, •1011 can and them ni n es
nice and j treah at
JAMES E. BURNS & CG.'s
71Z - 717V r gdirl.D o E d fIi : PON N EB4 .° ,ST.Ir4
Do out fall to call and try them.
Injure the main sprieg of a nick and every nee - ,
tion of the works become disordered. The human
stomach is to the human system what that elastle
;Mee of metal is to the chronometer. It lunette:es
the action of the other organs. and centres to •
certain, extent. the whole living einwhlng The
comparison may be carried farther, for as the
wesknem or other imperfections of the 'mein
spring Is indicated op the face Of the time-piece.
so also is the weakness or other disorder of ke
stomach betrayed by the face of the invalid. 0
coniplmien Is sallow or faded. The eyes are defi
cient in lustre and Intelligence and there is • worn.
angiousexprmslon In the whole eunntenanes which
tell a plainly As written words catlld du. that the
went nourishing organ, whose ogles it is to minister
to the wants of the body, and to sustain and every
- all Ile parts. is not performing Unduly. Unwell . ee
renovating and regulating, and to accomplish this
end llostetter's Stomach Bitters may be truly said
to be• the o ft thing needful. The broken main
Wilf • watch ma) be replaced by gnew one,
bet thestomach can only be repaired and strength
ened. and ibis is one et. the objects of the lemons
vegetable restorative which for eighteen .veara nas
been waging a suceessful conmtt with dmicepsla
in all climates. As • spetinc far Indigo:Mien It
c st o a p n m d a s h ave .
e eo d w es t o hou he
than mitigating theouteplaint. &tonne
of tido wholesome and palatable. yet Powerful.
stomachic effects • perfect and permanent cure.
In il of dYetier•la. the liver is more or less
disordered.and neon this important gland, as well
as upon the stomach and bowels. tbe Bitters act
with singular distinctness. regulating .and reinvig
orating every matative hea lt himitating organ on
which bodily and mentaldepend.
367 Liberty Street
IRON AND WOOD WORKING
NIACHIINTER - Y,
Engineers' and Machinists' TooLs,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
Woolen Machineiy, Machine Cards
farNaAufacturers' and NM Snp•
plies. A constant supply on hand and
Inrnished on abort notice.
L.) vo.) .ri.zilr.),o , t.• w vv./
LETTKR SIZE. PRESSES. .
CAP SISK PRESSES.
CAREINK AND GILT PRESSES.
wAL.NeT PRESS STAND.
FRENCH COPYING BOOKS.
NOTE SIZE COPYING BOOKS.
LETTER SIZE COPYING BOOKS.
CAP SIZE COPYING BOOKS.
ARNOLD'S COPYING FLUID.
SMITH'S COPYING FLUID.
FRENCH COPYING FLUID.
VIOLET COPYING FLUID.
RUBBER COPYING SHEETS.
CAMEL'S HAIR COPYING BRUSHES.
WATER BOWLS, CHINA AND IRON.
J. L. READ & SON
NO, 102 Fourth AvenUe.
It Wu beget In use for the last six lers.and never
ag. Instance to give atlas eetistse-
L lhltirttrie 141 Ori CaP•eilf at will seedetnishel
IrgiVretqltrif l etreep, dimple.' Durable and
The Hopper h sainstwe, thereby 'dealing It to
ell Wed I:berries.
It Is the best Cherry Seeder In t'r Martel. No
All orders addressed to
JAMES BOW N,
Will be Filled at
31 . 4NUFACTURERt3' PRICES.
JOHN STEVENSON'S SONS
93 Market street, Pittsburgh
(THIRD DOOR rOM
11••• on band all the late. noveltles In Flee Jew
el.: also elger Avert Clll i er WWI.. or
n We a tirir 41 5 .31113 n e Agartise Ate rn_ln sod and
Du.... Both Key and Fondant. winders mi.
.tanur en bold Y 1 0 111 . 44,1=1
1 • ,40. 14.1 3 tr .,
Pol r .erVeLlterniereme, end aggro.
We all mile.. attertUou to 000 40.0111000 for
Metre._ and reengther Eno
bran& or our brultees..._ lig, •
Orden Dr man ...Mg ett _t
eget.. In drawler. by mall m. •
Creain Candies ,and Taffies,
And Dealer In Fundy, arid DomesOa ?roc
Pickles. Jelllto, Dances, hail... Nat(
NO. 112 FEDERAL _STREET,
NEWER CONTRACTOR AND lIVILDER.
The lONS of Bt.. Pipe noun Drains ptonwtir
Residence. PAINL I gt L A WI D Xgo Y y. %LW
d 'de lel i gni w AiseerilOar -
Noma m Mn a AQ . El aty
pumal33 . l4ltLta muit liEssiza.y.
SEPH R. HUNTER
lik i - 6 7
60 and 162 Federal Street,
esirable Dry Goods.
ery Low Prices I
Plain end Plaid Japanese Blitz.
Chem, Mired and Plaid Japanesa Poplins,
Lawns, Iles - made, Uninaduses.
Brown and Limb Dress Linens. VeT7 entail
Striped and Fittired Piqed.
Plain and Plaid Nainiaiolis and Jacunida,
Plain and Spotted Swig., ~
Light Pe main and Cbintles. at popnlar prices
eI`BCIAL BARGAINS IN
Cottonades and Linen Drilla.
Light Summer Shawls,
At .Attractive Prices
'Wand 182 Federal Street. Allegheny
HORNE & CO'S,
Clc:u•aiicc Sale of
11141ineryl - Goods,
AHASOLS, SUN SHADE
Large Additions to Stock in
LACER AND LACE GOODS.
' SOENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
SASH AND BOW RIBBONS.
SILK AND LINEN PANS.'
At LoW Prkes.'
AND 79 MARKET STREET
JOLLY Q. WOKS-VAN 11. IIIGll•HD DAM
WORKMAN & I DAVIS,
nneeessors 1., WORKMAN. MOORK •CO..
tenures* and Dealers In
SPRING bc BUCK WAGONS
4i, 44, 46 and 48 Beaver St., Allegliesy.
Repairing neatly sptly executed• Or
den tar New .at eup La good style and
warranted to dln err. partnetar.
Ni a".4' w U , " 412 .- L
pan y's make of 8/LEVINE .rnwral . WEEE
ad Rapp'. Patent Quick SElfter and Antl-Entler
11.1UCIIARD DAVIS baring purchased the te.
Wrest et Alex. and Wm. D. Moont, L the LW Ma
of WORKMAN. MOOSE! 00, the •rastoess will
hereafter be wuraloned at the old Mask tinder the
semen orate of WORKMAN& DAVIS. Orden
JOHN O. WORKMAN.
11. RICHARD DAY
Late with Maras' Naueom mane. Pltteberra.
"HILL & ADAM'S.
SEWER PIPE CO,".
65 and 67 Sandusky St., Allegheny
Manufacture highly MEWLED WATER AND
SEWER PIPE Dmitri, In CIILMNET TOPE.
FLUES and ItYDRADLIC CEMENT.
O. G. BIarITLLEN; Agent'
HOLMES, BELL & CO.
.ANCHOR COTTON MILLS,
flamtfacturon of HEIST 11184110/1 and LIOBT
ANCHOR AND MAGNOLIA
Sheeting and Batting
NEW 1 3k -4 C O OIDS. -
Shoes, Boot' .nd (Giles,
11U Mill 01110 AVILMOR. AI.I.IOO . IIILNY CITY.
The r d deg o vei s hr elgele e h ee.r.=
ge t oTor BOOTS: 1311011rA d Ir OATT.in
00oee as well es moos .111 rut metleteetese.
Yonner petroae stiOlne p.tollfigi t yltantaL
HOT AIR & CHIMNEY FLUES, &c.
A 16.15 .6 f on assortment amstaatly on bann.
HENRY IL COLLINS,
133 330011 D JXIIIIII3.
The underflened hae adwe ham
ne. N h •he Is Malawi to rudely all
°trim In bls li Me When la ltandsowler.rdUed
ay or the eteasamere of leedrease. who whl end It
very ouovenlent to the Part. deltalltetlen war.
rented in geode. ettendanoe sad prim. The pah
P " '"" v'ild"d-
WK. A. swims.
LADIES' HUNTING CASE
Gold Watches for $25.00
WATTLES & SHEAFER
WT m H e nEtS o
s f a LAaDLEMS'
B a nd
t G h E e N m T
reasormble prices. •
A Moe assortment of CLOCKS and YANCT
GOODsS oind shnd •
DISSOLUTION OF CO;PAETNER.
SHIP. The pertnenhip bantam MIME
D. P. Scott and A. I. Scott,
Under the flan tows and style of
D. P. SCOTT & SON,
Fu dloolred by youtuolcomant oath, Ist 4.7 of
Jana 11570. • -
~Dolw • -
debts dr .4t litt o rr, to . A.L
Prsmomaaa. Jane 1718/0.
nissOLUTI6N:= The COrthe r.
grivreg J a b alrAreals. th=
Il f 1•0 dat.fry
Cm SA WM. bashumm
• oltl staaa au account* at Ma arm ma
by . -
MM% WM. SKIL
180 and 182 Federal Street,
A GOOD STOCK OY
Sash and Bow Ribbons.
At Prices at Low 1111 Can he Found Anywhere
At 125,c, Ladies' and Misses' Mts.
At 75c.: fall sized Lama Shawls.
At 91.00.811 k Parasols. worth 111.73.
At 050.. Fast Colored Ceklcus.
At Byte, Light and Dark Calicoes. '
At 10c, all the Best Bakes of Calicos. '
At $l.OO for II yards Chintz Calicos.
At 1250.44 Bleached Muslin...echos •rt isle
At 1250„ Fast Colored Lawns.
At 111 fies Printed Challis and Alpacas.
At 23c.. Double Width Chene blubalm.obarsaln
Gloves and Hosiery.
Green end Blue Kld Gloves:''
Black and Colbred Kid and Lisle Thread Glues
Ladles'. Mises' end Children's Hose.
hienjuld W. 1.. Ralf Hove.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
'Collars, Cuff. and Neckties.
Lan. Collars and Handkerchiefs.
Hoop Skirts and Skeleton Corsets.
ladles . end Children's Apran.... nun!.
Hair Switchei and Cblgl3ooll.
Jet Jewelry, locket Books. Satchels. Lo.
- WM. SEMPLE'S,
180 and 182 Federal Street, Allegheny,
On a Par with Gold !
WE NOW OFFER
Our New Stock
Examine our Goods &Prices
_WWI on all Miscues of the Human Eye.and
km • large crock of his Spectacles and BYO Mame.
for We. About 4.000 mint of tame Spectacles
were sold on Dr. Franks last visit In dm space of
three months. giving the most entire satbatactlon
to all, as the medical gentlemen and entrees of
Pittsburgh have by certificate testified.
Be particular and enquire at the ladles' entrance
on Penn street for Dr. Franks Office. ROOM '471
St. Clair Hotel. spoors
BUY THE GENUINE, I T
SHANNON t CO.
N 0.115 Wood Street.
"0. N. T."
GEO. A. CLARK
OF TIIH von
Amount dos Deposivan June Ist. t.
IEI7O _ _ ._. :1430114112.2
•114111PVIIILOH,J1111 .1 1., 11
Ccatlosstst Fshd,Juse 14.1870 12;/31
• Total LIsteIBUOS
LOIS/WI Horde sad Jlorticeess.4l.
p e r u.K..ll4=7 b
lWad fit 7 4
U. B. six pent mods, soot . 0
Cash In Banks sad on hand 1 •
fuT4 '1 ,41r42 . 141f1:r.g.%%%° .7.14 . 1:
"am Intr,.u... , ZlVg,h2 e .dr,fMtft;
condethnr• of Bonds and Mort=l3ll.l.
Leen iL Istste C Ave-reent t.e g Bent
da Dor non_t,ihnolt
63 met V. $.1,1111 par neat. Donde. lead...
Cash I. Banks and on heed, Ind the same to
currenand y vab o w. above repor4,
GlLlll4E,..l: 7 A.uditine Committee.
' The Trainees hay*. Waved Milxidend,.4 ttree
Ir T lV.lTZ,:fanr:orag.l47.
•01 Deer Interest from let A met
ToN , • ,
- Orr:saw:U.4nm, .1•11 A
ODLNSTLAL L. U. ARNSTILILL
ARNSTHAL ti SON,
Vir g inia and Louisville
Tobacco dgency ,
Fine Cat Chewing and Smoking Tobacco',
19 BMITIVILLD STILE= Pitt•burgh.
Connellsville R. R.
will be .11 iu nit points un tha Pittsburgh sod
Oonnellsville Itailsusd (wham thi so. slai,tsels
forty cools or overt on JULY 4tli. goon July
i Master of Trosotrott"o.
ncn on -
CotnraoLLEtt air A ro LLEtwerr Colnvrir, PA.I
Mr:cacao ts. June I TO. lame.
ATOTICE TO CO. TRACTORS.—SeaI
-1` LD PROroXIALS:sriII be received at tem Of.
eau until Ufltts treat.. Inclusive, for building a One
MUDGE over McLaughlin'. roan. on the road
leading from this Wanhingion Pike to Sodom. In
roper et. Clair Loma WO. Alm for eras:Wag • nor
WOODICA PiTHUCTUng at the Bridge over MO
lee. Ran. on the road loading from Waronaston
Pike to Thomaa Corona' kill. In Booth inmat•
11, direction of Canny cesemiedoners]
ielbrlit.diT HENRY LAMEitRT. Coshroly_a_
ca or Inns
. 13 owrit0= . 0s~a am. 7;571
N OTICE, TO CONTRACTORS:
to !d ProWNla wpl De, t eeel•ed SL tht oat.,
mill JULY 3. Unaware. for _in . :aiding • NEW
!JUDGE over EOSlnsonnatnn.ola the lad leading.
ham szenbersinle turnpike to Miler's Ran Pisa
Pl.as sad Wets esn M.een on spa
Hy du ranks,
ohm Cor na
.straws..l una 515.15711.
I t I COUNTY ASSESSORS.
or tha Registration of Setae are
oltiely et the cease of the Covets
1U be required Mean
n. bed' Dr Lw, and 00 permed .rtn
the terms of tbe lam ars Merely
bow ready for
the tbee •
be made • •
0 CLOSF, OUT OUR
BELL & AIOORHOUSE,
iLATE PATES k BELI.:1
21 Fifth Avenue,
Regardless.. of Cost !
MACRUM. GLYDE & 00
Spring and Summer Goods,
Shetland . Shawls,
' • Sun Shades, •
• Guipuro Lace
White P. K.,
AND lIVEIITTLIINU IN THE I
Nos. 18 and 80 Narket Street.
Dr. FRANKS, the celebrated LeaWV( on the
Eye. god Idanufactuter of Patent and Improved
epectaclee. has returned to Pittsburgh. and t now
at the ST. CLEUR LIOTEL, where be adlusts hls
fablerned Ppecttteles to defective, 'linen from en
examlnatton of the eye alone, eo es to snit equally
well by day es by artificial Debt without fetlito.
front 13 to 53 years. Dr. Y. may be profeeslonant
Trego's tab erry Toothwash
Is the Most pleasant. cheapest and beet Detainee
Wairauttd free _from hilarious Inavedtents.
It prtnerves and whitens the Teeth !
Invigorates and soothes the Gums! '
Pura. and perfumes the breath !
Prevents accumulasion of Tartar!
• !. Cleans and Pandas Artificial Teeth!
Is a suierior article for Children! •
rnr.• by. °roma. P marras
U. M. McCOWAN a B. McHOWN
Pare Sldewalks,Cellars,laside Yards,
WARRANTED AGAINST CHANGES OF MEAT
Ostlers left at GAZEITEOffice. wet 39FEDEILth
STREET Allegheny. promptly attended to.
Em Kt!' MAT OWL% La.?faan.r.l.la:
Baskets and Crates.
r so i ooo IN STORE of the MOST ,APPROVLD
W. W. KNOX,
,Ilberty Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Factory Depot• and Baskets at Factor,' Fri..
ILARIDIALL'S ELIXIR WILL CCM MADAME.
MARSHALL'S ELIXIR WILL CCM DYSPEPSIA.
ILAIISIIALLIS ELlXlRw..kcoik; CoMrrOcos.
Co.. Unagqta. PrOpOonors,
For sale_, holemie mtd Retail, by GEORGE A.
KELLY. Pittsburgh. ferkElßTrus
83.90 0 mlfe . r.
menu, II pureness a new two !story brick bolas
and lot.dve rooms uld cellar, gas and water 1:13.
twee, well trent and In complete order, situate cm
Marlon street, corner of an alley see nem Fifth
avenue. Apply tu CUTIjeIERT & RM.
.79 811th avenue.
COAL AND OOZE
MORGAN & CO.
C 0 N NELTS V ILLE
t their Mines, Broad Ford,F;B.E. B. I
Ofin, 142 WATER STREET,
Ana Deliver in the City.
Youghiogheny and. Anthracite Coal
OFFICE : ROOM No; i, Guetip Building.
:. SerOrdere respectfully oollettee. .sa:•u
YOUGItIOGILEN 7 Y — GAS COAL co
TbVc am peuy en °° DrePued tofartbib the
bat Cold 40=7010v atuatitr. AT FAIR RATI2I.
Mee and Tare adJotaine Itet Coeval/Mlle lUD
rose Depot. fool of Try Street, Pittabereb.
Orders sedreesed Weither Meek West Nowt...
Pa.. or to *rd, teUl be promptly Attie &Oita.
spike' --I ' ---
Citifies It Armstrong
Youghiogheny and Connellsville La],
And litaindsrAnner of
COAL. SLACK AND DESIMPLIURIZED COKE
OFFICE AND YARD. emit En Uer and Morton
street& Liberty and Clymer etreeta. Ntntl, ward;
Seamd p strzez.,
i llftith pi ard==n ot
oxt " grali or the alio e oen
Anus/ to me throusil Pittsburg:P. Mein
seer ta *sm 1 marsupplylov. atelier, Wells &
Co:. Wm, thall.h. Upton Mille. 8. 8. Yowler &
Co Mlthhell. Benanav & Co„ & Co.. Greg
tacr. Ala. &Wt k Ca" pat.
• Co,. J!lLyon & Co:. Juni Manarark.t.:! , ,r,.
len. McKee Co.. Union Dunn Hotel. Coma&
vtlie It 8., Pennsylvania IL 8., Allegheny Valley
DICKSON, STEWART & CO.,
Having Noumea their Moo to
No. 567 Liberty ,St:reot,
- Clty Flour It 1.11) BLCOND now:. '
O A R& "' L l nrril# COAL OrrLdneirtit
.11JI l o= rl
taddr °Meow ado:lrond so lbw
*mush e i►a mail, will b attend!! lo promptir .
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &o.
$l.OO PER YARD
30 TO 23 CENTS PER YARD.
M'CALLIT Al BROS.,
bl Filth ..kvetate.
(Above wad Stie•Ll
Fine, Medium and Common
Our Stock Is the largest we have
ever offered to the trade.
Bovard, Rose & Co.,
21 FIFTH AVENUE
CAN NOW BE LAD AT
M'Farland & Collins
71 AND 73 FIFTH AYE
Thsy are taking stock, mid trill dose out ninny of
Brussels and Ingrains,
At Imtbana tint cost. Call won and FAUN choice.
New Rooms! New goods!
NEW ,PRICES !
We bay. Insuptreteir the opecdne vt eet New
Room trtth the
FINEST DISPLAY OF
Ever Offered in tide Market.
LOWEST PRICES SINCE 1861
OLIVER hieCLINTOCK & CO,
23 Filth Avenue.
Manufacturers of SPRING. HAIR gal HOU
MATTRESSES. Feather Bolsters and Pillow,.
Church Cro.lons. Cornice Mould.. sag MI HII
of Upholstery work. Ai. dealers In Window
Shades. Buff. Green .4 Mite Hollands.Cor.
Tusels. Au Particular sue.. at an.. teJt.
la. O p. des.nB and bruatiluir. altering and rel.-
tug caroms. •
Oar mode of dual= asset to the 0.17 ser
which yeoman feel assured that the osiers are ors.
served end the geode thorough"; freed from en
Oast and vermin.. The Klee for elegals; has bees
fi v v . reesg WOl t . : e gl i r:.arcess slit fsr gad de.
ROB;RTS, NICHOLSON As THOMPSON •
Uplzobleren and Promietore of
tam Carpet Beating Betabliehennt,
NO. 127 WOOD STREET,
Of all Colors,
ON /LAND AND FOE BALL AT
ANCHOR COTTON 'MILLS,
. r ... 33 Allegheny City.
1.100 WOOD STREET
• China and Glass.
A SILTED. PLATED GOODS, DINNER
;T4 AND TEA SETS, TEA TEATS
RtltnorarllON W VOUS .t ow
IR. E. BREED .& CO
REYNOLDS STEEN It CO;
124 Wood Street
Importers and Maloof..
FRENCH, CHINA. PINE rI n T OLLA AND
Wier, aslortaant at Na. Tort
I ESTABLISHED 1828.
HIGBY, GUST &
N%4Tho. 189 Liberty gt,
o.l lri . ARN II . IBB- AlrAt
Ixtr i =lo alg r gr x i m o= -
theliest Ittrrosese roarbets. and we
reeeishid•fresh and deeirable lot of
- .DR. WITITI'M
CONTINtina TOIE AT ALL PRIVATE
nES, Syphilis to a Re forms. ell nrinary
and the effects of emery era oompietaily
ted: liparerietterTh or Seminal Weakness
potency. rtaml to selfebuse or one
and which produce soma or the followins
se blotch.. bodily 'realm.. Indiana
sumialm event. to society. ansnanthes
of future events, 10. of memory, Indol
tercel ensissloos, and dually .prostratir e a
mil erne. as to render marriage nom
and therefore Imprudent, an permanently
Persons .Hilo e
k ed with theta or any other d
Immo.. or long standing constitutional pl,
should pare th e Doctor...l4h he never
A putt= lar attentionAdven to sil r ~,,.,,
Vg=fin"%e * * r Vgl
Amenorrhoea. Menorrttglek i. k. I MA ems
Stallity or Barrenness, are with great ,
ma MONS. , . : „,...
It is self rident Net a phyalM.
himself exclusively to the etady oil :" alias
of Masse. end heats thousands of
=7.l,hettleire,.., Mater skill In that .
Theo Noe. rr Will.. girezZdteal perapiilet Wt . j
perm Mat gives a hill exposition of
private Musses that can be tool free. org
mail for two stamps. In Isabel env.°
=al contains Instruetkle to the
them to fletennine the precise :a
The astibilahment. Tr./ U... . 1 W"
is medral. When it is convenient to the
MMus DOCtorsrAlo i n b. f. M o=il MOO Ended
Ivy pee or enter. In eon. - •
dm hoireller. sitersoloal exmaination Is
neemmaryorldie to others daily personal
V retelsed. sod torahs secoramodatioto of seell '
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