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rXSCBIVKD. TH3 FINEST
aaaortmaaf of Bait Cloklaa arer In this city, at
[From the Six Penny Magazine.]
THE MARKED MONEY.
Tba Northern Bailmad, that great, jiuff
ing, driving, borpitalitT destroying mon
iter, winds through the yillogo now. ,
Bunnere was a lime . ...
Csrtainlj the re was a time when thoe.6 yel
ling, acreechiai eoginea did not ruth on at
one end of the place at all unseemly hours
of the day and night, wind themselves'
about it, rushing; off at the other, titer
horrifying coil, and roarine over the
bridge like a great serpent, such ai we have
read ol in legend, seeming to say, " Well,
i ve spared you mis time -only swallow
ed a lew of your people. The next time"
I oome I'll take the whole of your liny vil
- Yea, there was a time when the little
place was still smaller than now. Not
very long ago either. We can all remem
ber it ail who can see the little lines of
silver streak ins; through their hair. They
can rememDer now, wnen tney were young,
this spot was a favorite on sleieh rides.
about a half-way house - in the progress,
where a tiddler (since become a violinist)
was always to be had at a moment's notice;
where they had a way of knocking no the
nicest little suppers wnife not punches (on,
wnuper it low 1) was being discussed, ana
where there was just room enough tor
party to dance, and no more, no matter
now large tbe party.
" YV hat I in the village t
Nonsense I I am speaking now of the
little white house that stands about mid'
way as you pass through. That is ".The
Village Tavern," always has been the vil
lage tavern for more than half a century,
until within ten years the last word was
painted out and to at of " iiailway Alptei "
There was a time when, es I said, (bis
"Village Tavern,' was the great place for
riding, driving and fishing parties to stop
at tor dinner ana supper, it was a spot,
too, for travellers, when they did not scud
over the land and arrive at the places of
their destination in less time than they
could stay at home. Many a traveller who
came only for a night's rest, for his supper
ana Dreakiast, stayed over a aay or two,
perhaps for a week. There were trout and
pickerel in those days, that could be caught
in the clear bright waters of the mill-stream
which ran stealthily by tbe foot of the
garden, less than a stone's throw from the
back garden, and was not banged and
whirled and beaten by a thousand mill.
wheels, and rumbled over by half a hun
dred steam trains daily. There was wood
cock, too, five minutes walk away, and a
partridge ; or, it you liked a little longer
walk, something of larger growth worthy
of ail your poder and shot.
John Gordon kept the "Village Tavern.''
Gordon was a hard-headed, stout-bodied,
red-faced, jolly, humorous Scotchman. He
was liberal, with an eye to the main chance.
Be was proud of his position as landlord.
proud that his bouse should be known and
spoken of in the great city of London, and
particularly proud that so many connoisseur
thought it well worthy their while to drive
out to "The Viiiege Tavern," that they
might dr-nk but inimitable punch, made
from the peculiar whisky of which the land,
lord had trace from the moment it came
from the still, just close by the foot of Ben
Nevis, to the hour it went gurgling down
the drinker's throat.
Of all these things was John Gordon
proud. This was the pride of his profes
sion ; but there is one Liing more of which
he was proud, and to which all other things
were but as accessories. This was his
daughter Letty. Letty Gordon was the
landlord's only child. He had married an
Kngliah wife, and ten years after his mar
riage there came to John Gordon this one
child. On the day that little Letty could
count eight years, Mrs. Letty Gordon, sen
ior, was called to another and a better
world, leaving little letty heiress of all the
goods, chattels, and real estate of which
sbe died possessed, the last item being
"The Village Tavern," with its furniture
and belongings; a comfortable little set
ting out which, with true Scotch thrift, her
good father had settled upon her the day
she was married, and from which John
Gordon had gathered some solid wealth,
which lav stretched out in various farms in
the country round. "
Letty trordon had great blue eyes, very
blue, very large, and sparkling with sup
pressed mischieC Letty Gordon had light
brown hair that danced about hex head,
laughing all combs to scorn, and almost
repudiating a ribbon. She had the whitest
skin, andthewhiteet teeth, and the Oh !
this sounds too much like an auctioneers
summary. I shall end it by saying that
she was just the merriest, sweetest, and
most enticing little fairy I had ever seen,
and I am not alone in so believing. There
were a tew of tbe lavored guests of "Tbe
Village Tavern" who could occasionally
see Letty Gordon ; but to the mass who
ctme and went like shadows, Letty was
herself a shadow, a hey bad heard of L
the landlord l beautiful daughter; once
in a long while some one more for
tunate than the rest would catch a
glimpses of the little maiden; but from
whence she came, or whither she went, the
glimpser could never tell. They drank the
health quietly of tbe mysterious beauty of
whom they heard so much, of whom they
knew that she breathed the same atmos
phere as themselves, and yet to them was
a sealed book. This was the treasure that
John Gordon watched and guarded she
who, already an heiress in her own right,
was to inheiit all the acres that he had
been adding year by year from the over
flow of "The Village Tavern." Letty was
not only the admiration of the gay groups
who came from the city, but she was tbe
ambition of every rustic beau, who looked
with covetous eyes upon the fair face and
the broad acres of the landlord's daughter.
They looked, but they looked in vain ; for
John Gordon had long resolved that who
ever came wooing to hi; Letty should be
no common man, but should out-double
her in wealth.
Letty Gordon was not the only fair aC
traction that brought tbe gallants the
"The Village Tavern." These was an
other bright face, another comely shape, in
tbe person of Martha Field. Martha and
Letty were of an age both eighteen.
Martha was an orphan, and had been
taken when a child by the late Mrs. Letty
Gordon to "care for." Martha was the
right hand of "The Village Tavern:" she
peas here, there, and everywhere, as Gordon
expressed it. it extra company came, and
aid was wanted In the kitchen, Martha was
able and willing. "Whether Martha's
hand was wanted in the bedrotm, in
tbe parlors to wait on the guests,
to attend in the bar, it was al
ways the same she was there. What
ever she did was well done. Many a smart
farmer's son, who came as suitor to the
mistress, made a desperate effort to amend
the hopelessness of the case by falling in
love with the maid, only to find out that
his fate was the same in either quarter.
Martha Field bad already disposed of the
little beating heart that lay beneath her
trim, well fitting bodice. Sbe had given
it, subject to certs in conditions, into the
keeping ot David Bigelow, a smart and
promising carpenter, who, by some special
art lurking under his tongue, had managed
to secure the little girl to himself in the
face of the most startling opposition. Un
der these circumstances there can be no
wonder that Martha should be given to
reading romanoes, and sympathizing gen
erally with lovers, particularly with those
in distress. There were tome wno saia
that when Martha Field married, John
Gordon would come down "warm" with a
trifle for the couple to start with; but
those who knew tbe landlord better de
clared that as long as bruath was in John
Gordon's body he would not part with a
pound ot all he had so carefully hoarded,
and now so strictly watched. In proof
of this they pointed to Letty and Martha,
upon whom be never lavished a penny.
putting off their desires for showy dress,
so inherent in the sex, by telling them that
their faces would make their fortunes with
out ribbons snd si k.
This was J.hn Gordon's household, save
only aunt Judy, who reigned supreme in
the kitchen department. One bright day
in June, when the leaves fluttered with
more than ordinary gladness, and the sun
glanced over the waters of the river, lend
ing its light to the clear, gravel y bottom
till it showed the lazy fish in
their very homes, the Faterson
stage rattled through the villae", and
dropped one passenger at "The Village
Tavern." He was a tall, dark complex-
m 1 v i . !.!, with'
ioned man, somewhere about thirty, with
a quiet, assured manner, that told the
crowd of idlers who stood always ready w
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stare at the stage passengers, if tney were
capable of receiving any impression, that
the new comer was one not easily etared
down, asd well accustomed to all the at
tentions that oould be thrust upon him.
.He told John Gordon, who stood ready
to receive him, that his name was Pniilip
Conger, and his intention was to spend a
week with him, and, try, his hand at the
fish. John was pleased at the announce
ment, and told his guest so; more pleased
as he- noticed the young man's language
bespoke that money was plentiful; and
still mora pleased when he iound that his
liberal or rs oia lull justice to bis looks.
Phillip Conger fished until the venerable
old trout and pickerel trembled in their
watery beds. He shot with luch success
that he awakened the iaalousy of the ster
eotyped sportsmen of the place. He
walked, he roe,- and drove, and so tbe
week panned away, and yet be remained a
guest ot "The Vulage Tavern. Another
week, and Philip Conger was still there;
but he no longer fished, no- longer hunted.
his walks and rides were shorter, and the
house bad more attraction. - In a tew
words, he had seen Letty Gordon, and
spoken with her, - and from that moment
all thugs that carried him away from
where he could feel that she was near had
lost their charm. And stranger still, Letty,
who had been so invisible to all other eyes,
now weut flitting uneasily about the house.
If Philip sat upon tbe settle, there were
large chances that he would see her within
the hour. If he walked roamingly about
the garden, Letty had a bouquet to make
up, some berries to pick, or something to
ao wmcn ne eoaia always take a band in.
Those about the village who always see
every tning tola jonn uoraon occasionally
that Letty was at that moment under the
charge of the stranger, being paddlsd lei
surely along the river bank in a skiff, or
had been seen at some past time walking
with the stranger in some near lane, or
silting in some half-secluded place earnestly
talking. They could see that the landlord's
lace grew dark whenever such intelligence
was brought him and those who were most
aoout the house could observe that he no
longer treated his guest with the same at
tention as formerly s there was a lack of
that welcome and greeting that John
uoraon naa always tor well-paying guests ;
and then the gossips foretold a storm.
They said that when Jehn Gordon's face
darkened there would be lightning flashes
wmcn would strike somewhere. There
were other signs besides theee foretelling
this coming storm. Letty was seen once,
twice, per naps three timer, in tears, and
Martha Field had been heard openly to
aeciare an tamers tyrants.
One day John Gordon, wi'h a redder
face than usual, and quicker step, went
from bar to stable, and trom parlor to cel
lar. Something there was in the wind
more than common. The busy bodies look
ed around and abroad for the cause, and
were not long in finding out. There, al
most opposite the house, and in full view,
lay tbe little ekilr bat at anchor, while
Philip Conger, with Letty Gordon aa hie
pupil, was back at his old employment cf
nsnmg; now tney saia tne long gather
ing storm would burst ; but they were to
De woeiuuy mistaken when they believed
it would break with violence over the head
of Philip Conger. In their own good
time tbe couple came back ; they were too
happy to haateu much; and then John
John Gordon, with his vials of wraih all
charged sought Philip. For an hour
they were together' in -the room of Phi
lip : but those who listened for the thun
der of the storm heard nothing. There
was only the oonlusea sound ot the two
voices, sometimes that ot Gordon above
the other, then as instantly calming down.
What the mesmerism was that held the
usually violent man was a mystery, but at
the end of the hour John Gordon came
forth pale and silent; and another hour
rhilip Uonger had turned his back on
"The Village Tavern," never to be its
It was for his daughter all his harsh
ness was reserved, and poor Letty had now
not only to bear with her father's dark
looks and stern words, but, what was
worse, with a curtailment of her liberty.
How she would have borne this it would
be hard to tell but that Martha bad brought
to ber a letter from Philip, written within
that hour before he left the house, tilled
with his promises of love, and his declara-
vicinity, and would find means to commu
nicate with her. How well these declara
tions were kept she knew the next day,
when Martha brought her intelligence that
Philip Conger was within a miie, having
found quarters at a farm scarcely that dis
tance awsy, on the opposite sideot the river.
It may be held as a certainty that John
Gordon was not long in knowing this ; and
further, he knew that many days would
not elapse ere the lovers would find means
of correspondence. Nor was John Gordon
wrong in this. To Martha Field Letty
had confided everything, and Martha was
now the Mercury that managed, if she did
not carry the correspondence Latween Letty
Gordon and Philip Conger, and David
Bigelow, the worker, at the bidding of Mar
tha performed the postman. Without ac
tually knowing this, John Gordon suspect
ed, and with him suspicion generated ac
tive measures. ltavid Uigelow was at
once forbidden the house, and the full
weight of hit displeasure rained down upon
the head of Martha,
- For weeks things remained in this uncer
tain state- Whatever measures John Gor
don intended to take were locked within
his own breast. There was a mystery in
progress through which none could lathom
and to which Letty Gordon bent her ear
seriously and tremblingly when Martha
Field brought her the gossip she had heard
stirring. John Gordon had been known
to have several private interviews with
old Brown, the village constable. The old
man had been seen lurking around the
village suspiciously, as if smelling out some
trouble. He spent a great deal of time at
the tavern in talks with the landlord, or
sitting watching everybody and everything
under his lowered brows. The gossips
were busy again. They declared that be
tween John Gordon and old Brown there
was something that would bring trouble to
Philip Conger or David Bigelow. They
had heard the landlord df Clare his inten
tion of driving them both out of the village,
and of turning Martha Field into the roid
to seek a home where she would. Perhaps
he would not go so far ; but every one who
knew John Gordon knew that he would
not stop half way in his efforts to reach
any end upon which he started. Of late he
had talked about ingratitude about those
he had fed turning from him about con
spiracy about nursing vipeis in his bosom
that turned and stung him ; and for a long
time these pickers up of unconsidered do
mestic tnules were divided in opinion
whether the old man made allusion to his
daughter or Martha Field. Tney were
soon satisfied when they perceived that he
ceased to speak with Martha unless forced
by necessity to do so, and then only with
an expression that betrayed his unwilling
ness. Martha laughed at the threats of
John Gordon to expel her from his house.
She knew that she was essential to the
success of "The Village Tavern," and that
its landlord did not understand when he
had a good and faithful ser ritor, she knew
enough that would, and to these sbe would
go. Martha Field set him at defiance, and
still continued, with the aid of David Bige
low, to carry the letters of the lovers.
It was one evening in the early autumn,
following a day John Gordon and old
Brown had been engaged in the number
less consultations; The plot seemed to
thicken, and those who had been peering
about until they knew more of the matter
than the actors themselves said that
it was near its catastrophe. The
habitual ' redness had deserted John
Gordon's face ; it was pale inBtead
very pale for John Gordon. . He stepped
more quickly that night than was his cus
tom from the bar to the parlor, and so up
stairs to where Letty and Martha sat.
Those who spoke of it afterwards said that
many things passed that evening that
were strange, but were not Ihcught of in
that way until tbe next day. They ssid
that soon alter dark a rower, in. a skiff
looking very like the one Phillip Conger
was sometimes seen in, came slowly up the
river, and lay soma minutes under the
great willow that grew at the toot of the
garden ; and one of these gossips, living on
the opposite side, says he saw this single
rower leave bis skin, ana suna under tne
willow, where in a few moments he was
joined by one in a light dress; that they
stooa togeiner tor a snort
a short space, and
parted the skiff and its single rower re-
turning the same way that it came. An-
nth.. 11 . :..,.! . V I-
, other, equally as veritable, two hours later,
I saw a carriage and hortef, entirely nn-
j anown m that part of the country, travel'
tag at great speed on the road toward
London, and declared this carriage to con
tain a lady and gentleman, woe
corroborating circomstaace, were believed
to be Pniilip Conger anl Letty Gordon.
Those who were nearer home saw. that
same evening a cart drawn up in front of
"The Village Tavern," with old Brown as
its driver. They saw him and John Gor
don go together to the vacant parlor, where
after a talk, Martha Field was sent for.
Within a few minutes the more inquiring,
whu pressed out of the bar room tor that
purpose, saw siartna i ield, John Gordon,
and old Brown drive awav together from
The Village Tavern;" Martha without
bonnet or shawl, and with a calm, scornful
look; John Uordon with white lace ana
pale, tight shut lips : and old Brown with
a complacent expression of face, that would
leave the impression with all who did not
know him, that he had just performed one
of the most benevolent and praiseworuy
The next day the village was startled
from its sleep with the intelligence that
Philip Conger had carried awry Letty
Gordon, and they were believed to be in
London; that Mirths Field, at almost the
same moment that the runaway couple
were commencing their flight, had been
arrested on a charge of stealing money at
various times from John Gordon and was
now in the county jail entirely refusing
to coniess ; tnat the stolen money naa oeeu
directly traced to her by the plan of John
Gordon and old Brown, the different coins
having been marked to lead to detection,
and spent by Martha Field at different
ploces in the village; and that John Gor
don, upon -his return from the (quire's
where Martha was committed, and finding
that Letty had fled started in pursuit, and
was brought in half an hour afterwards
with a broken arm, having been thrown
from his cart. This was news indeed for
the gossips, and great capital they made of
it. The stories that flew from mouth to
mouth did not lose in telling. Some had
it that Martha had robbed John Gordon of
many hundred of pounds, in revenge for
his refusal to bestow a marriage portion on
herself and David Bigelow; others that
Martha was thrown into prison by the land
lord in revenge for assisting Letty in a
marriage that would surely throw him ont
of the tavern stand. These cried shame,
and asked each other if John Gordon was
not rich enough to give Letty her little
property, and it be was not oia enougn to
give up to younger men. it was strange
then bow many had set n and foretold all
these things to themselves long ago; how
many knew it would be so, and were not
so in the leait and how many were ready
with the charitable hope that it would prove
lesson to John Gordon, and lead him to
see that there was an instability in wealth,
and nothing really true but their advice.
a week rolled by, and John uoraon leit
his room, with his broken limb in spirits
banging by a sliog. He had altered, peo
ple . said, in that week to be at least ten
years older. His lace wss drawn and hag
gard, and the rosy, healthy hue had gone
out of his cheeks. His eyes were dim, and
there was no loud hearty laugh ringing
through the house as in the old days. 'The
loungers and gossips watched the old man
as he went vacantly about the place with
something like awe. They watched him
as be was confronted in his own bar, that
spot which only one short week before was
his stronghold, by another lace as pale ana
haggard as bis own, who asked for justice
on behalf of Martha Field, and was refused.
Then this man, who was none other than
David Kigelow, stood up before the land
lord and the curious crowd, and told how
Martha Field was guiltless, and that John
Gordcii knew it, when, in his base anger
and desire to remove the means of com
munication between his daughter and
P-illip Conger, be sent an innocent girl,
who should have been as dear to
him as a child, to a criminal person. John
Gordon trembled with the rage he was
obliged to suppress, and David Bigelow
went went on. Yes I he kniw that the
money which he had marked as a trap
was taken by his daughter Letty, as she
had a perfect right to do; for was not the
house and all within it and all its profits-
even to the last penny, even the lands he
had bought with those profits hers?
Yes! And he, John Gordon, knew this
and more. He knew that Letty Gordon
had taken this money as she would take
given it to Martha Field to purchase such
articles as her ft tier wrongfully denied
her paper, pens, and ink, that she might
write to the" man to whom she had be
in reined herself, and such things as were
necessary to have when she fled from her
home where she was a prisoner.
This he said and more. That Martha
Field had refused to sav anything on the
night of her arrest, knowing that Letty
would step forward lor her protection at
the proper time; that it was Letty s inten
tion to have left her home with Philip Con
ger within a few days of the one on which
Martha was arrested ; but why the flight
should have occurred on that evening, so
prematurely, was an unexplained, mystery.
One thing was certain, that when Letty
Gordon left home she did not, ner did she
now know' of the arrest ef Martha Field,
she would come forth at any risk and
show her entire innocence.
The old man sneered at David's story.
There was law, he said, and justice for all.
the girl Was inntcent, let her show it,
and all would be right. She had cbosen
silence when she was examined before the
squire; now let her wait until her trial.
There was law and justice for all, and protec
tion lor him, too; he would have it. John
Gordon accompanied this declaration by
blow upon tbe table with his clenched,
uninjured hand, that brought back to the
listeners some memory of the week before,
when it would have been dangerous to nave
provoked his wrath. David Bigelow drew
himself up to his full height, and speaking
calmly to the maimed man before him
though his address were the commonest
topic, he told him that from that time
forth no appeal should be made to him
again for mercy ; that be would go tortn,
and if Letty Gordon was alive, he wouli
find her and bring her to do Martha Field
justice, and to conlound his viliany. From
that time torwara jonn uoraon couia iook
upon him as his deadly enemy, and remem
ber that, as he had denied mercy, so would
be denied to him. David Bigelow strode
out of the room, while the old man glared
fiercely at the group, who murmured their
admiration of the carpenter, and one by
one followed him out.
David Bigelow had left the village, none
knew exactly where, but the surmise was
that he had gone to London. Days and
weeks slipped by, and nothing was heard
of him. Martha Field was still a prisoner
awaiting trial. John Gordon was gaining
strength in his arm, the bone was knitting
finely, the doctor said, but he was not gain
ing strength in " The Village Tavern."
The neighbors came less, aad gossiped less.
The story crept about, ven those who
drove up from tbe city knew eomethin g
about it. There was one thing they could
all see, which was that John Gordon's face
was pale, and the strength of his welcome
gone. Tbe day for Martha Feld's trial
came. There was great sympathy for her
through all the county. Her story was be
lieved, but there was no evidence. The
prosecution made its case very clearly and
distinctly. The loss of the money was proved
the marking, the tracing of the marked
money to tbe village shops where it had
been passed by Martha. There was no
defence, the very able counsel, who had
volunteered for ber, said he could only
make the statement on behalf cf the pris
oner ; and then he gave Martha's story of
how she became possessed of the marked
money. There was a dead silence in the
court room as he closed a beautiful appeal
tor mercy for the prisoner. In its midst
came a loud groan, and a moment after a
shuiUing ot leet, and several persons were
straining to lift a man who had slipped
from one of the benches, and lay prostrate
upon the door. It was John Gordon, the
strong man. Weak enough now ho was,
as they strove to raise him to his feet. His
eyes were wide open, and looking eagerly
toward the Judge:
VAcquit her I" he said. "I am sorry,
know sfle tells the truth."
"Put that man back upon the stand,"
thejudge says sternly.
The man was put back upon the stand,
but he had nothing to say, only that his
heart had softened and he could see truth
in the story the prisoner told now, when
he would nbt see it before. And so they
carried him away to his cart and drove
As they bore the old broken-down man
out by one door, there were eyes met Mar
tha's from the other that made her heart
leap. Each of that jury said, when speak'
ing of the case afterwards, that they could
have acquitted the prisoner through sym
pathy, without any evidence for the de
fence. When the eyes of David Bigelow
and Letty Gordon met Martha's, she knew
that she wanted no sympathy to send her
out upon the world with a stain upon her
name forever, me irutn, bad oom ana
when Letty Gordon, now Mrs. Phillip
uonger, threw ner arms aoout tbe prison
er's neck and kissed her, while she cried
and laughed by turns, everybody knew the
story as well as inougn 11 naa Deen tola.
As a form the evidence must be given,
and before tbe tears had dried upon Letty's
cneekg the verdict was rendered.
"Mot Guiltv?" -
How the people shouted, until thejudge
was ooilged so aujuuru sun ujuri lor aa
hour, to allow the enthusiasm time to cool!
How the news spread like wild-fire through
the country town, and the ladies looked
out of their windows and waved their
handkerchiefs to Martha as she passed up
the street trom the court-house 1 And how
the little boys burned up all tne stray bar.
rels and boxes that night in her honor 1
John Gordon retired from being host of
"ine Village Tavern," and David Bige
low and Mrs. Martha Bigelow took his
place, and for twenty years dispensed its
nospitalities; alter wnicn period, rotund
in purse and person, they gave way in
turn. John Goidon lived many years
after, undisturbed in the wealth that by
legal right belonged to Letty. Philip
Conger was not rich, but fortune prospered
with him, and he grew so.
On the night of Martha's arrest, with the
lastinct of love, be knew that something
was being plotted by John Gordon, with
out knowing what and believed it to be a
scheme to remove Letty. Watching, he
saw old Brown drive to the door with his
cart, He stole noiselessly to the back of
the house. He heard Martha summoned
to the parlor. There was no time to lose.
He knew every step of the house, and in a
moment was beside Letty. There wss no
time for preparation, for thought. While
the two men were accusing Martha in the
parlor, the lovers were flying through the
garden, and ignorant of all that ccourred,
until David Bigelow, by never ceasing
search, found them and told the story.
1 hope that it is not taking away the ro
mance of my tale to tell that Letty Gor
don and Martha Field, that were, are both
grandmothers, comely and handsome at
rpAYLOB, GBI3WOLD & CO.,
217 BUPISIOB STRUT.
Bf-st Hake Mid Dewtrable febadett.
TAYLOB, GBI8WOLD & CO.
JE DaWITX & CO. Of UK THIS
e day Foint Oexe Lace Kdglnga,
no 00 Doner.,
Do do Barns,
Trimming Blbbona, Gold Flg'd Week aUbbona,
fancy Belting., t)r ss Gor'la.
Lrees Buttons. J. H. DaWITT A CO...
augtt 7 end 11 Public Square.
LADIES' CLOTHS In all new shades
for Dresses. J H. PaWITT A OO-,
aag'J9 7 and 11 rubllc Square.
BLACK elLKS Blegant Black Silks
Opened to-day. " J. H. DaWITT A CO.
CLOTHING Gentlemen's Short Sacks
rnoelTod thia day. J. H. PaWITT A 00.
ALEXANDSB'S AID GLOVES All
oiiDf and do ors.
J. 11. DaWITT a AI.,
s"grc9 7 and 11 Public Square.
JTW AUTUMN GOODS.
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
Have Just opened
NEW FALL DE LAINES.
Also, Two Cases
In new and beaatifal sbalea.
. 1. BALDWIN A 00.
ONE THOUSAND DOZEN WOOL
SAT Boee and Socks juat rteelTod at
angw AHmn A.to,-,
FIVE HUNDBED DOZEN TASSEL,
Bilk nnd Maria Stuart Kets at low rates, at
JO.. AAAiTiBi W D,
augTO 17 Water street.
FIVE CASES BHD WORSTED TA
BLE Cor.n, and ore casrs Linen Table Ootots,
lust opened, at M. HALLE A OO.'S,
augio 11 waierstreev.
a TWENTY GROSS JET BUCKLES,
. ia all stylts aad prices, at
an26 1T Water street. .
H. T. HOWER & CO.,
Hare Just received a run Stock of
Fall Dress Goods!
Impress Cloths, Poplins, t
Black and Colored Alpacas.
Also, a large Stock of
With a full line of
WOOL SHAWLS, BREAKFAST DO.
CLOTHS, CASSIMEBE3, ,
LADIES' CLOTHS, PRINTS,
DsLAINES AND DOMESTICS,
With all kinds of ;
DRY GOODS CHEAP!
so eiuperior street, Corner Seneca.
aug76 ; ' ;
AITIJIX DSESS GOODS.
HOWER & HIGBEE
Eats Just receired a raluable lot of
Tate Benniwe Article).
" ALSO, I
NEW FRENCH MERINOES
Imprets riothstXonrilng Sobts,
Kobe de Chimbre.
With an Im sense variety of other Dress Goods,
smong wnicn are ...
All-Wool Eeps at" $1 per Yard.
mw HAW GOODS arrlTing daily, at
239 Superior fitreet. !
angit , u
Crumb, Minion & Kendall
Tbe finest assortment In tbe olty In
'LAIN BLACK, '
ELEGANT COLORED GROS GRAIN,
COLORED and BLACK DRAGUETS.
Igl Jnt opened
JADIES' DRESS GOODS.
llOBGAf'iSUUT CD UU.
Havejnst recetTed .
rrRH"J(,H MfBIsTnaCholoe colors and cheap.
MCJHMN DK LMNK8 Mew rail Jtylee.
MtBRIHAOK P B I N TS Very choice styles.
MOCRNlau rum rs ame- icaa ana angiisn.
BALHORaL 8KI1T-I A lull stock.
BLSAOHCD COTTONS A good assortment.
lousekieplDS Dvmettlc Good!
In every variety.
For cheap gooda, at wholesale or retail, go to ,
ng MORGAN. BOOT A OO.'S.
nr vaa niou ow
LIKEN 6001) S!
U .-In. nnrphaaed mv stock of Linen Good!
sinoe tbe heavy decline of Gold, I am enabled to
offer them at greatly rod need rates. Ia the stock
will Do lonnn
Bleacked Table Damask at $1.25;
Former price, is.eu a yard.
Bleached Table Damask at $1.50 j
. . . Former price, s.o a yard,
UBbl'd Table Damask only $l a yard,
PILLOW-OAS LIKIN, of best analities, al
WH111 TABLB-OLOTH at aS-00; actually
worth now, So.0U.
NAPKINS, BOILIS, and LIKIN BOSOMS,
Hand-spun Damask, Towels, Diapers, ,
All Linen Goods sold by me are warranted of th.
very beat manufacture, and will be sold off as low
as sucn qualities 01 goous can oe anordea.
N. B A nack&ie cf Ladlxe' and Gents' HAND.
KEBOBIKrSand some BttOWN T A BLKOLOTUU,
allgntly wet, will Da sua on at very low prices,
niH Cr, Superior smtfubUg Briars,
as inm.iillW"' IAS "WwsnikM-J vjwoa
1 Wfi M!iViViij
: mm.i fmtiM'rr- t 11
OR SPERAUTTORRBiEA, GLEET, ?
AjTTSB ALL OTB TBIATM1NT FAILS.
DB. A MBSOS,
Formerly of Na Tork Cftr. will bt one faandmd
dollari tor tba proof tht he ever fail.1 to cure tne
above-Damed disease, Ha will par the ume mm
for the proof that an other Physician in the United
Btatoa treats th samediseasea with cqaai sncceee.
After udt revs of laborioaB study aad experience
Dr. Glbsoii is tmppr tn beine abie to announce to the
uuiviraumt. um oa Aaa aoriecua a ayswm m treat
THS BPEEDT AND PERMANENT CUBE
of the abore, and alto all oontajrtooa dlseaaea of the
Reproductive Orraoa, with ail bad efiecta axiaiiAg
Uierefrom, in-Judlng General
DEBILITY OB BSHVOUS PROSTRATION.
1 baa incoeedad in curtn cases In this city, some of
wnora oaa expenaea nnnare is or Dollars who seu
sty'ed physicians, who profess to treat all privata
maiadies with success, and without receHiivf the
.aaat particle o benefit.
I)r. Gibson does not boast that he is a member ol
tome Oolleite la London or Paris, as perhaps some
others uo for the purpose of ensnaring the innocent,
and who hold Oat great expectations, never to be re
alized. But what ir. a. might boat ef ia this, that
he ia able to Hive entire satiaiartion to those who re-
Km coundenoe in his at llitr and integrity, and that
has perfected an American system of treatment
which challenges any Pnysician of London or Paris,
or any patent medicine, to equal for the rasUcal care
of semiDal weakness, and ati disease or derange
menu, both mental aad physical, artains from sexual
Dr. Gibson pJm claim for hfs new treatment the
following advantages over all other yet discovered :
and, tint, the agents used are in ao respect disagree),
abbe ; b ases oo reiica o the dark ages, such as Mer
cury, or any other deleterious drug; secondlr, no
restnetloa in diet or buslneas is re, aired; thirdly,
his treatment is oositive and certain In all casee. lie
stands prepared toco Into any public or private hoe-
liwn AAA hklD DUltTO CLSel-!, BtllVA UOlBUiiOSl SBaarj iUB I1U-
mense uDerioritr of his new treatment over anv nth.
er now known to the world, in point of prompa-uer-t).
permanency, mUlness, safety and convenience to the
Dr. bTBeoN It permanently located In Cleveland,
and has daring tbe p&et hve years performed many
cares of diseases which had for years resisted all
ether modes of treatment. Reference can be given
to lndividaajs ot tne Drst respectability in uieveiana,
Bonton. New Yort and other cities, in regard to skill
and Integrity- ia all professional transao'lons.
juyspepsia, liheamatum. scrorbta. au uueases or ine
Urinary OrsaiiB. and all G'hronk) Dial cases treated
With superior aooeesa.
ATMedicinesseat to any part of the country on
receipt of tea dollars.
Dr. GibSaAia'a Ham work an Phvataliafi-v tap Hit at
Us off oe.
II Ks 0IBIOI.
Pmomssoa or Elbot&ofath y amo MiDimia.
Office 1 1 Beaeoa street, a few doors from Bs parlor,
pnlrs. opposite the City Hotel.
WOfflo hoars from 9 to 12 and from S to 5 o'clock
Daily rCandwys execpt-d ) fan 17
Offlc 179 South Clark Street.
Corner of Monroe, cjtjcj CP 03 XXJCm
Post Offloo Box. 104,
A 1 1 Chrcnic and Sexo- West should be worth
al Diaeaees of a Private reading. It is sent in
and ttelicata. Nature, plain sealed envelopes
treated with onprai- free of charira. Almost
leied sncceas. Dr.Bifte- every case can b treat
low's Guide to Health, ed bj mail. Medicines
for ladles and gentle- seat to acy tddteaa.
men. is published tadles, send Ibr deecrip
mooth 1 y. fiend for h if ti ve Circular of Ftstxtrw
yea think tbe writings BxmaU, the latest and
of a physician whoM beet prevectativa f
r epatatioa ex tends outcepmica Wmni
throughout the entire
Rooms Sep.-xt for Ladies v4 GeMJtinpa,
oosstriaTATZOBr at orricB.rmiM.
Omen Eccxa Pram 9 1 m. to p
Ipermatxnkce or Nemos DetlUty, a rax.)
THERE IS HO SUCH WOBU AS M All,"
TAKE ANT'S COMPOUND Ex
tractor CUBE8S AND COPAIBA
Is a Bare. Certain and Bnerdy Cure for all
diaeams of the BitMtder, KJdneys and Url
mmrj vripsns, either male or remeie, frequent
ly performing s perwot ear In the short spaoe of
Three or Four days, and always in less time than
any other Preparation. Tn the use of TABBANT 8
JOM POUND EXTRACT Ol GUBKBS AND CO
PAIBA there ts no need of confinement or change
cf diet. In Its appraved form of a pasta. It is en
tirely tasteless, and causes no unpleasant sensa
tion to the patient, and no exposure. It Is now
acknowledged by tba most learned In the Profes
sion that in the above class of Diseases, d'nbebsi
and CopAibi are the Only Two Remedies known
that oan be relied upon with any Certainty of 8ao
cess. Tarrant's Compound Extract of Cube and
Copaiba NEVE 11 FAILS. Manufactured only by
278 Greenwich etreetjNew York.
-way-Sold by Druggists all over the World.
AND MODS OW T&EATMJLalT 18
THE ACME OF PERFECTION,
It Dstmetratew the awerwt stmbnnti ol
this terrible dl ease, and az tormina tee It, root and
It remove, stll the wretched aymp-
aoms of tills loath oeome malady, and averts con
It oleums) the bernd. daodorlnea site
breath, and affords the most grateful relief.
It M.wtotea more tuttnw astd silent
suffering than tongae oaa tsU.
It la stated Ibr en ring; tbe moet bop
an esses, that everv Kuowm means Called in.
It cares Haw. Bom and Perlodle Cav
tarra, of Uu most obstinate and violent types.
Ho Const of Catarrh or moiaea la tbe)
sad oan resist Its penearatlnc power.
Ir. doodale'a Catarrh Kemedw ta m
harmless liquid, Inhaled from the palm of the band.
Dr. R. ttoodstle ia kstowm tbronsrhoat
the eo.nl ry, aa the Anthor of the only True Tbeo-
rv or vacarrn ever pnmieneo. wnere its unpin
What Its Ravages Mode of Treatment and Benld
Onre la all Its forms.
Dr. tjoodale'a rsmprtlfl on SJMsvrrn
should be read by every one. It oan beobtained at
our nearest Agency, or by sending a postage stamp
Prloe VI 00. Bend a stamp far pamphlet.
MORTON A ANDREWS, Sole Agents, New Tork.
Sold by 8. W. OLABK. Cleveland. jb8:B3
111 Gisinet are ia.eref.ed.
Farmers. Drovers. Merchants. Lumbermen, Me
chanloa, Miners, Bankers, the rich and the poor,
should ask themselves If the slightest SvraiuTio,
orso-eulled FeivATS Disease, taint ia lingering ia
their BtbtkWs, If so, they should apply in person,
if possible; if not possible In person, by letter,
and receive by return mail a blank circular of
questions, whion will enable any one to snow posi
tively Just how they stand.
To the intelligent reader it la not necessary to
publish the names of the many complications and
forma assumed by this terrible scourge, yet it may
be advisable to mention aa moat prominent Bran).
njs Painuev, Brratua SacoHoaaT, and SimiLis
TeaTuav, the latter Involving the bone. In Its
Avery one should know, also, that many ef the
most obstinate and worst ULCansTan TaaOAia
proceed from this cause, and will, if not properly
handled, ultimately reanlt In losa of voice. Look to
your true Interest, aad consult bv lettar,or apply at
UNITED STATES HOSPITAL
Private Medical Dispensary,
ISO JeflTrtom Aveaaa, Itotrolt, Mien.
hear the Michigan fixchange Hotel.
Where every form of t,irui and all other die
eases of the prooreative and orinary organs of both
sexes are more successfully managed than at any
other similar Institution is this country. Every
one should know that whilst the slightest eonstl
tntioaal contamination exists, iuarriare is impos
sible, for the good reason that where offspring sa
nies dissasels nearly alw-tyeentaiiea. inis-inere-fore.
Is one of the worst bu pediments to matri
mony. YOUNG MEN.
Suffering mentally and bodily from certain early
improper practices, will iud this a Ilspensary
where thece is so uncertainty about getting relief,
bat where evry ene of such cases are cured per
manently. No books published ty nor israed from
this lostltatloa bv which the minds of the young
are poisoned and they thereby roiitetl.
- ' LADIES,
Married or tingle, requiring a Female Regulator,
should enclose one dollar and three postage stamps,
and by return mail they will receive, with full di
rections, the onlv reliable Female Be.rnletor in use.
everywhere, simply became its action ia mi id atd
safe and can always be depended upon In removing
obatrnctlona from colds and aov other cause.
Ail correspondence strictly confidential. Letters
on consultation shou'd contain one dollar and a
postage stamp tor answer, vmee ana rooms
rantred that nattents never see eaah ether.
Consultation and services at the office, free to the
poor, every Bator day aitarnoon, irom lo o r. m.
Office and Dispensary open from 9 a. n. to 8 r. .,
daily, exceot Sundays. All necessary surgical oper-
ations periormea. 1 -
Address, ' DR. DtHABT,
. PostOBoe Drawer &&. Detroit. IMich.
Enclose two postage stamps and send for circular
of question's, and, i( property answered, medicines
oan be sent te any part of the country. Item em ber
these cases must be cured or the worst consequences
frejneh Fancy Htertm Irya Works a at
BclTldere farm, last Cleveland, ail
m beneca Bireeu
Omn 104 Seneca St.. Cleveland. O.
I mean to make this the BAST DYE-HOTJSI IS
TBI WB8T, and shall spar, ao effort to glv. set
I oall the especial attention of Gentlemen to the
IMPBOTID FBKHCH 8TTLJB
Cf Cleaning or Be-dTeing of made-up barm eats.
T ADIK3 SEA SIDK HAT& A larg
X lot received this uay ny
Tawarwrnree . anare
riuTu'tKY AUD PLATED VfAP.i
V at rsuncsd prises, St COWLra A OO.'S, -M
A CARD T0THE LADIES.
Golden Periodical rills,
Infallible in Correcting; Irregularities, Ra
Bemoving Obstructions of tbe Monthly
Turns, from whatever Cause, and
ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL AS A MiYAMATAVB.
It la now over thirty jeera tinea th. above eele.
brat-d Pllla were first discovered by Dr. C-rronoo,
of Par's, during which time they have bee. entea
elvely and successfully used ia most of the publle
institution., aa well aa In private practice, of both
hemispheres, citk nparaU'lUd raeeew enry eats,
ani it is only at the ureent rrqaest" of the nhoa
sands of Lalies who have ned them, that be Is le
duced to make the Pllla public for the alleviation
of those sofleriog from any lrrernleriice what
ever, aa wrll aa to prevent an Increase of mmlly,
where helth will aot permit It. Females peca
Uarly aitoated, or thoaa supposing themseivee ao,
are cautioned against nsing these pllla while la
tbas condition, aa the proprietor assamea no re
sponslblllty afler the above admonition, although
their mildness would prevent any mischief to
health, otherwise tbe Pills are leeommendea.
Price, Sl.OO per Box. Bin Boxes f,oo.
Sola In Cleveland by Messrs. BnNTOM A DCK
HAM and STAON8 A ARMSTRONG, who will
supply Dealers, and and the rills oonadentially by
mail oa receipt of 11,00, or ad S rets
8 D. aOWe,
augl7:rS Sole Proprietor, riew Tcrfc.
(ZA .-ar - V -
IT DIBBOTIOH8 ABA FOLLOWED.
aS-CAIJj FOB A CIBCTJT.A ft DB.
SCKIBINa ALL srMJTOKa,
Th sTinptoms of Oatarrh, aa they faneraUj ap
pear, mre at first Tery slight. Persons tad they
tasv Mid, that they have frequent ftttaolu, aad
era mors sensitive to the changes of Issnparainra.
Is this oondrtion, the nose Bay be dry, or a sllcht
discharge, thia and acrid, aiterwards becoming
thick and adhesive. As the disease becomes olvonja
the dlsoLargee an Increased tn Quantity and
changed la quality; they are now thick and heavy
and are hawked or coughed oat. Tba seoiettoae are
offensive, causing a bad breath ; the voice ts thick
and naval ; the eyes are weak ; the sense ef the
smell Is lessened or destroyed ; deafness frequently
takes place. Another oommoa and Important
symptom of Oatarrh ts, that the person obliged
to olear his throat la the morning of a thick or
Hay mncas, which has fallen dowa from the head
dnrlMg the sight. When this takes place the per
son may be sure that bis disease la oa its way ta
the In&ga, and slioald lose no time la arresting Is,
fas oBose are talstv qftkt assay Qslsiifc, iiiijlisifc
A, Btnsrle Bott will lMt a Mmle--4s)
bs tiiMMt tixrM tln-vc l-r.
DR. D. H. SEELYE & CO.
Bolb I'lorairroaa, Unicaru, Illinois
Sea Laboratory at Freeport, Illinois.
tOWS D. PARR Cincinnati, O
M. JOrTNSON ,,, Detroit, Mich
Stsokc a ABmATEOMa. iTesvelaad. Q
AVBD FOB bAAiI SVt
STRENGTH TO THa "WT-AJLI
YOUTH TO THB AGsTDTl
This preparation is unequalled as a Iiaavenator
and Best jw of wasted or Inert functions.
Tbe seed should be certain to make the Blokrene a
hoovhold goL in as much as 1' will render them
voutb ml fn fee'ln? and In strenirth. and enable them
to live over strain the days of their pristine toy. it
not enlr exhllerrtee but -jtrti.Tthen., and Is really an
invaluable blessing, especially ie those who have been
red octoooudi &nmoJjrviljty, aaf-abnse.jnls for-
oaaee of the ImpoteccT of any human organ, this su
perb preparation will renwve the eOeot at once and
Onus IttroTsifflT, QawtaAL pkbilitt, F wavers Its
CAPACITY, DTSPXPSIA, DmiMlOR. bOSS OP 1T s STTTa,
AtOWDPlBITS, W BAKU ESS OP THB UB9AII Of UHUi'
riOH. iJUSCIIJTT. feSTAL lNDOLKHflS. KslACLATrOS.
CNinn. It bjua'hobt Duraarm, DasisAXLa ahs
Novxt KrrncT nron tub ISbbvoxts Btbtbbi; and Q
who are In any way prostrated by nervons tUsabilictsf
are earnestly advised to seeK a cars in tius moss ex
cellent and anequailed preparation.
Persons who. bv ImBrndenoa. have lost their HAT.
CKAL VlOOii. will And a speedy and aermjaenj
cure ia ui
The rVKBLV. tbe LANGUID, the DSSPAIBUVO,
the OLD should fiv this valuable discovery a trial ;
It will be found totally different from ail other art.
oles for the same purposes.
TO FmUl i L aa. This pretention Is tnvaloaole m
nervous weaknesses of ail kinds, as it will lestore the
wasted strength with wonderful permanence.
It is also a grand tonic, and will give relief In Dra
pe paia with the first dose. A brief peretstenee ta its
use will r-novste the stomach to a degree of per loot
health, and banish Dyspepsia forever.
One Dollar per Bottle, or six Bottles toM, Bold br
Dent by exiir-s anvwnere, oy ac or easing
tiUTOaiUGSA UILLTS&, hroartetort, '
81 Oder street, Sew York.
FxfrroH a Dtwabt. Cleveland, Whcleeale Areata,
CHcacfitLL Bros. Retail AgeaU tor Usvilsnf.
dec Jii odDy ;e w W y
SOLMONSOVS IXPBOVSD SPEC
TACLE. I. H. SOLOMONSON.
Practical and Scirn title Optician, keeps the largest
assortment ef Optic. Instruments li the city
Being an old establishment, and having been ex
tensively patronised, be has the confidence that
his present stock will warrant the eontiananoe ov
publio favors. A 11 bis Bpeotac.es are of the best
quality of crystal glasses, ground under Bis own
inspection, in all cases curing weakness, dt-ainaeB,
and Imparting strength for long reading and fine
sewing Artificial eves inserted without pean.
OFFICE 130 Saperior-st., first door irom the
entrance to the American Hovel. m
sTBswtn of travelers claiming to be Mr. Sole
monson or his agent. Jniy'aM
T a DFDI W wVm namTlmKlae sTWil-lw1sAna mtllt tVn
tin ties to give universal satisfaction In the practice
of his profession, tio. 133 Superior street, Johnson
afcsrit is to the advantage of an, when so deli
cate a sense aa that of sight is ees-eeTned. to deal
with one of acknowledged skill, who makes no xaise
rvec lions ; eiso a mu rui uucui va fyn1
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
A Jlo-t Exquisite, Belieate am. Frav.
grant Prrfnmei, Dietilleel from ah.
Rare nnd Brnntifnl Flower A-wam
which it tnkea Ha name.
Manufactured only by FII ALOTf ok SON.
CF" Be?are of Counterfeits.
Ask for Fhalon'sTnkt no other
Bold ty dmggista genersUj.
A. B. W- Hallway IK-pot and fUes)
nt hi,, near Posts Office,
Dseier In Books, Stationery, Vewspapers, Maga-
line-.. Pictorials, rsncy Artlolee. loys, Ac.
Alas. A sent for tke "OLavauirn LaAoaa," and
Publisher of Townsend A Dale's Map of the Oil Be.
aisasotf jiuujusiua, we
"ys I1TVITX THB ATTENTIOIf
To ae saerlta of oar Two Worln-rsaowatS frerar. .
atlona known as
COE'S COUGH BALSAT." I
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE!
B?3 si BOAT
The other a Poatnve Owttarj
la Its wesas snages, aaa A .
t oii giant, la
BTOHACH OS BOWKLS
Ws warrant both ef them, la every Snasaaea, I
oar directions an followed.
cures Hyeneneta Duel
cares the most vMenS
atiaek a of croup la altos
cures Indigestion A earn
tlpatiua in .very ease.
cure. tb. worst cold.
leureiy and speedily.
cures sore throaa and
.area distress alter eatins
noteneas ef the oh eat aad
nnriflea the breath, and
instantly stone soernces,
cures hoaissiiesa aaa
acidity and rhunf of fcod-i tickling in the throat.
DOR'S I (IDA'S
lick beedaohe, relieves a ooeaumptive .
sickness at the stomach, oonsh aa boob aa it mi
and nuna or eaoim la the taaea.
i wis a
COE'S C0VGH BALSAM
DYSPEPSIA CUSE " InSuenaa, asthma,
creates aa appetite and " fcronohial eJso
clvea v1e.or and elrenAUluu
to Ine whole ayatem.
DYSPEPSIA CURB; the nrgest settle ia
sane uwuiruuj . wcva.
neas and general debility",
to. world srr tn. prloe,
therefore, not only the
It makes tne weary arnoi.
Uoue, tbe Sseble strong,
the debilitated healthy
for it enables the patient
to take plenty ef swalta.
best but th. aheapesS
Over one 1111 tioa bottles
are Bold annually, and
the people ell pronounce
It the beet eoagh prepaiw
food, which la the parent
et tne nooy.
allows yon to eat a hearty jatioa they ever aaed.
meal wltnout mar ol dls-
afterward, for it
ia warraated to dee aes
will atop It aa soon as it
isfactioa or the money
la a purely vegetaoU
preparation, oontalna no
a family out afford to
opiate., no poison, nota-
ing hurtful, but acts!
promptly, surely and lav
la tbe hone, ready A
la the best lemedy la the
world for Dyspepsia, Ia
digsstlon. Sick Headache,
The bottle boida more
ft .art Dora, rever ana
Arne.5sa.ea at Btomaeh
thea any other at ah.
The medicine Itself la
and, ia tact, all diseases
or pain, la the atomach
warranted superior to ail
Bold by drufrg-lsta ev.l Sold by IirnsjdstssT1
erywhere. Price Oh Z ery where.
HOLLAS per boWla.
O. ClJUa em CO., Prop'rs,
.Hew Haven, Conn.
BJCHAJ BASHES A OO,
Be. n Park row
. C. WILLI A 00,
Bo. 115 franklin street,
a. B. BILK BOLD,
Bo. AM Broadway, -
Bs tailed by all Drsgglats la tbe city aad asaratrf
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Tata Great Female Bsnrlw
I These Drops are a scientiScaUy-couipo ended fluid
preparation, and better thaa any pilla, powders or
truces. Being liquid, their action is direct aad
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy aad ser
ein speclfio tor th. care of aH obstruction, and
suppressions of Batura.
Their popularity is Indicted by the met that
ever 100100 bottles are annually sold and eonaasssd
by the ladles of the United States, aad every aaa
of them apeak in the strongest terms ef praise at
sir great merit.
They are speedily taking the plaee of every other
tsmala remedy, sad are considered by dealers, soa-
eumera, physicians, and all who know aught of
hem, as the surest, safest and met iamUlabia pre
paration la the world for the ear. of ail si male
oomplaiata, the removal of an obstructions of Be
ture, aad the promotion of health, strength and
AUpliolt directions, stating whea they may be
aaed, and explaining leaeoaa why aad when they
should not be need without producing results con
trary to the coarse of Matare't oaoesa lawn, will be
found care fall y folded aromad each bottle with the
signature of Dr. JOHB L. LIOH, without which
are genuine. They are prepared at the la
boratory of JOHN L. LIOH, at. D, Ho. as Chap'
street. Haw Haven, Ocas-, who oan be consulted
either personally or by maQ (Inclosing stamp) con
cerning all private diseases and female weaknesses.
C. S3. CLARK at CO
Genl Ag'ts far United States and Canadea.
';aala la Hew Tork by
DAMA3 BABHKS A CO,
Bo. U Park Bow,
T. 0.WVLC8 A 00,
Me. US FraakUla street.
H. B. BELVBOLD,
No. 6e4 Broadway,
0HA9. B. CB1TTENTJH,
Bo.se Sixth Ansae,
And all drnggiats aad apothecaries ia the eity;aad
; aj h D A BHITH, Western Agents. Chlcaga HL.