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hnve determined, refardlcsa of rigvnnr, to i.
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color of any shade that is required, from a rich
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HAP OT THE PEXKSTLTAKIA OIL BEGIONS,
(re, by Rail.
Facts About the Fenians, by One who
- Under this heading the Liverpool Journal
pubiii-hea the foliowing atutements :
The Fenian Brotherhood, we are told,
U an entirely Irish American organiza
tion. It is no new in.tstution, for ft has
been in exUtsnee for the past eight years.
founders were two of the Irish exiles
of 1848, Colonel John O'Mahonv and
Michael Doheny, the latter one of the
most talented and dangerous members of
the Younp; Ireland party and a fervent
admirer of John JliteheU In conjunction
with them was the late General Corcora n,
of the United States Army.
In its early days the i'enfan Brother
hood differed much from its present form
of existence. . It was at first a semi-secret
association; its meetings were secret, nnd
though its chief officers were nuliliclv
known as such, the operations of the
brotherhood were hidden from the public
new. Originally numbering perhaps a
score of members, it progressed sa rapidly
among the Irish population in America
that in a few short vears it numbered
scores of thousands, ranking as its mem
bers tiiany Irishmen of position and in
fluence. For five vears or more the
brotherhood maintained its semi-secret
character, rapidly spreading its ramifica
tions through every .State of the Ameri
can Union and through Canada and the
Briti-h provinces. A regular svstem of
communication was maintained by all the
branches with the Head Centre, O Mahonv,
to whom was committed the despotic rule
of the vast fraternity.
CHANGE OF BASE.
Three vears ago the Fenian organiza
tion assumed a new character. A grand
national convention of delegates from the
various branches' of the brotherhood was
called and in. t at Chicago. The delegates
assembloljto tho number of two hundred
or therealxHiLs; thev reformed the consti
tution of the organization and boldly
avowed its purpose and the means relied
on for its accomplishment.
J. he objection which was unred hv the
clerical opponents of the movement was
removed, and the brotherhood became
thenceforth an open organization. The
members were endowed with power to
elect their officers, the head centreship it-
en was declared an elective office, the or
ganization was divided into States, each
State of the Union having its chief centre,
who is called State Centre, and means
were taken to a.-stire the furtherance of
their one object. Since that time the Fe
nian movement has spread more rapidly
tnan oetore, ana it is now, perhaps, saying
much less than the fact to state it num
bers at not less than three hundred thou
sand members. Each member pays a
dollar as his entrance fee and subscribes,
in a great many instances, the same
amount weekly to the funds of the organ
ization. Peculiar precautions are taken
that no member shall have a chance of di
vulging the vital secrets of the body, and
that kind of miniature repuhlican govern
ment is maintained successfully through
THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION.
Another "Grand Convention" was held
in January of this year, at Cincinnati,
attended by some three hundred delegates
from the X nited States, representing two
hundred and fift)' thousand members, and
bv delegates from the British provinces
and from Ireland. American newspapers
state that its procee4ing were conducted
with all the dignity and courtesy of a na
tional representative a.-sombly. Not so
much of tho business of that convention,
however, has been divulged as of the
One important resolution of the con
vention was a call made upon each branch
of the brotherhood for five dollars a mem
ber, which call, we are informed, has been
promptly responded to ; and another, per
haps the most suggestive resolution, to the
etfect "that the next convention be held
on Irish soil." About the period of this
last convention was established a Fenian
Sisterhood, which bids fair t rival the
OBJECTS OF THE MOVEMENT AND MEANS
FOR THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENT.
So much for the history of the Fenian
movement. Let us take a survey of .its
objects and the means relied on for their
The Fenians are avowedly revolution- J
ists, not of that class of Irish insurrection
ists who believe it possible to upset the
Britirh empire with pikes and reaping
hooks. The Fenian leaders are no mere
enthusiasts, but men who have taken up
downright revolution as the business of
their lives. O'Mahnny, the Head Centre,
is spoken of even by the bitterest clerical
enemies of the movement as a man of
highly cultivated mind, chivalrous nature,
and great determination of character. No
one speaks or writes a word derogatory to
his personal character; and among the.
Irish in America be is idolized, while by
disaffected in Ireland ho is looked upon as
their future deliverer. The organization
w hich this man rules proclaims as its lead
ing axiom that to affect an Irish revolu
tion a grand military pro-organization is
absolutely necessary that a disciplined
soldierv. led by experienced officer, are a
sine ijim uitii, and that, in short, to destroy
English dominion in Ireland a desperate
struggle must be encountered. Powder,
shot and shell, rifles and cannon, are fore
most in the Fenian litanv. Accordingly,
at every meeting of the brotherhood, the
necessity of supplying these indispcnsables
to the rt'volutionary element in Ireland is
earnestly impressed upon the brethren.
Money and war material are freely sub
sorilied, and so great is the ardor manifest
ed in this portion of the Fenian program
me that in two months from its foundation
the Fenian sisterhood alone returned up
wards of 200,000 sterling to the Fenian
exchequer for the purpose of supplying
arms. State organizers visit each branch
regularly, lecturing and acquiring funds
for the same purpose. Monster pic nics,
fancy fairs, balls, concerts and fetes are
constantly being held in each State of the
Union, tlie proceeds of which are avowed
ly for revolutionary purposes. Nor do
they confine their operations to the mere
supplying of arms. A fleet of privateors
is one of the possibilities of their philoso
phv. They acknowledge the superiority
of England on the seas, and deem it neces
sarv to meet her on her favorite element.
They even aspire to the dignity of iron
tides. Not very long ago tho Head Centre of
their organization proclaimed an expecta
tion, iu whion ne teeis assured mere is lit
tle chance of his being disappointed, that
President Johnson will give to tho Irish
the 6ame facilities for procuring material
of war which the Confederates obtained
in England, and that Ireland would bo
recognized as a belligerent by the Ameri
can government; and tho New York
press are not slow to favor this Fenian no
tion. There are many men of undoubted
standing at present "in the organization.
The State Centres are, for the most part,
wealthy Irish merchants; many Catholic
clergymen are in its ranks, and not very
long ago a General McGroarty, President
of the Venian Military Council, went arm
in arm with Father Vigolt, the Superior
of the Jesuits, to bead a Fenian procession
in Washington. General loaglier is one
of its members, and the late General
Smith, of the United States army, whose
death was recorded by the American
miners with strong expressions of rep-ret,
was at tho time of bis death a member of
the Fenian Central Council. Nearly
every Irish officer and every Irish soldier,
with scarcely an exception, are members
of the organization; and it js no secret
that many United States Senators and
government officials are Us avowed friends.
MYSTERIOUS CHARACTER OF THE ORGANIZATION
In the United States there is little room
for doubting that the Fenian Brotherhood
has attained formidable dimensions. The
onlv question is, has it been successful in
Ireland .' As a muner 01
Brotherhood does not exist in Ireland at
VoTortl.eless it is not denied that the
Irish organization is a secret one, towhich
the American society is an auxiliary. 1 he
A m.ni-an l.-lirl.TS VOW ttlllt tllO lHth TCV
olutionists at home have done their share
of the work, and only wait the supplies ne-
nAsnrtr from the American sympathizers,
TW the Irish orirauization lias a widely
spread existence is manifest enough by the
displays, with the details of which every
day's newspapers are filled; yet it is a
singular and conclusive evidence of the
completeness of the Irish organisation,
that alUwug"1 several person cave been
am' i ''
arrested dunne the past four : years on
charges of being members, or attempting
to make members of the conspiracy, in
not-one single case has the government
Keen ableto, procure eviuence 01 ineguiii
of the oarties. The workings of the Irish
Society are as impenetrable as the opera
tions of the UreeK uetcrists, who Dy tneir
secret associations delivered Ureeco trom
the Sultan's rulo. Certain it is, however,
that the American Fenians receive con
stant reports of the progress of their
friends in Ireland. The Irish organiza
tion is known bv them as the 1. K. B., and
its invisible chief is the acknowledged
head of the entire movement. It was in
response to the demand of this "great un
Known mat, ine can 01 nvc dollars ner
head was decreed at the last Fenian Con
vention. No one knows who he is, or
where he is, but all believe in his exist
ence, it cannot be said that, at least as
fur as the Irish revolutionists are con
cerned, "a little knowledge is a dangerous
thing." The. want of knowledge seems
their great safeguard. In the United
Irish conspiracy the informer was at work
almost from the beginning, and the vic
tims convicted and punished for complic
ity were legion, but this present organiza
tion seems impenetrable.
FENIANISM A SERIOUS MATTER AFTER ALL.
It is easy enough to see the ridiculous
side of all these known details of Irish
conspiracy, but it exists as a serious fact
for all that. What it may become, how it
will end, who can tell ?
An erroneous impression prevails with
tha public as to the number of pardons
thus far granted by the President, somo
estimrtes placing it as high as 25,000. We
ascertain, on official authority, that the
number up to and including the warrants
signed this day, is but 2,6f8. More than
three-fifths of these have been eranted
within the past ten days, and tha business
now averages from 50 to 150 uer da v. Bu
yet the number issued does not" equal
one-sixth of the applications on file. To
day there were fiftyight pardons issued.
Among those lately pardoned is L. Pope
Walker, the first rebel Secretary of War
the man who gave the order to open fire
upon ron oumter. lie has haunted the
Executive Mansion for a month, and
forced himself before the President iu-jui-i
vocaey of his own claims until he finally
succeeded. It is proper to state that the
Cabinet bave declined to recommend tho
pardon of any of the accepted classes save
those coming under the thirteenth excep
tion, known as the twenty thousand dollar
class. The Attorney General makes no
endorsement upon the applications of the
otner twelve classes, and they are nled
away separately for future consideration.
When a person included in any of these
twelve classes ts pardoned, it is done by
President upon his own responsibility,
in the exercise of that Executive
which he is not obliged to give a rea
son. Thus with Mr. L. P. Walker.
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octt- j. it. itcwiir
A FRESH LOT OF
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oct4 Corfler Superior st. and Public Square.
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Beaver Clrdhs, and other goda for Boys and Men's
Wear, Ac. All of which m ill be offered at nrices to
sun purcnasers. k-4J is. Hi filAN.
Mn.lLLK Jt; CO., lit WATER ST.,
Have now the most complete stock of
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS,
Ever offered West of New Tork. Call particular
attention to our stock of
BKI.TINO AND BUCKLES,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS AMI SCARES.
CRYSTAL UIA3IUM SKT DRESS Bl'lTliNS.
w e call esjM-eiHl attention to our new
HooP SKIRT DEPARTMENT.
Sole Agent for tlie I'nivi-rsal Paper Collars.
a4" No sofsis soll at retail. ort2
WE INVITE THE SPECIAL ATTEX-
11 tion of the Ladies to our Cloak Department.
TAYLOR, OKISWOLD A Crt.,
oct4 , . ., , SiiHrior street.
Have just received a full Stock of
FALL hlim GOODS!
EEPRESS CLOTHS, POPLINS,
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS.
Also, a larjre Stock of
With a full line of
Wol Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, Cloths
Cassnneres, Prints, DcLaincs,
WITH ALL KISDS OF
DRY GOODS CHEAP,
230 Superior St, corner Seneca St.,
I. BALDWIN Si CO. HAVE ON' EX-
.J. hibitiuu the largest aud nioM el.yant aaort-
Ever offered in this market, comprising.
Irish and French Poplin, Silks,
Empress Bloths, Itt-pps,
Bleriuos, Tarton and Saxony Plaids,
Paisly aud Wool Shawls, Breakfast Shawls,
Cloaks and Cloiikius, Lyon Velvets, Cloths,
Casximeres and Vesting, Laces and Embroidery,
Gents Wrappers aud Drawers,
Ladies do do
Children's do do
Hosiery aud Gloves, Housekeeping Goods.
sepUi K. I. BALDWIN A Co.
W. T. SHIFIELDTiVto.,
SUCTERKOBS TO A. W. CROSKET,
Sole Distillers of the Celebrated
ALSO, DISTILLERS OF
ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS,
Whiskies of all Grades,
AND nCALF.RS IN
OFFICE i 51 SOUTH WATER STREET,
P.O. Drawer CVJi;. CHICAGO, ILL.
This being the cheaitest Spirit market In the
orbl, we invite the attention of Dealers in Do
mestic LiUors to our god., feeling assured that
can offer them sMS'ial inducements.
ne would mil the particular attention of the
trade to our COLUMBIAN GIN, whirh is a distil
lation of Rye, Malt, Wine and Italian Juniper
Berr.as, and has all the properties and flavor of
the in ported article. ep!2: K4eowl v
IRON AND NAILS.
1R0X AX1) NAILS.
CLEVELAND, BK0WN &
Sos. 29 and 31 Merwln Street,
I. O. ClF.TFI.ANn,
BBOWN, BONSELL . CO.
Manufacturers anr. Wholesale Beaters in
Bar, Boiler, llooitand Sheet Iron
NAILS, CUT AND WROUGHT SPIKES,
HOT AXD COLD PRESSED N&TS ANO WASHEPS,
Cast and Spring Steel, Glass, Ac.
Iron Dealers, Railroad and Mining Companies,
Ship and Bridge Builders, Machini. and Alauu
facturers, who desire a iuality of Irn that will
Hive entire satisfaction, are respectfully requested
to favor us with their orders, which shall always
command our prompt and carefnl attention.
Refer to Businestt Men aud Baukers generally.
IBOS AND XAIL WAREHOISKS.
Noa. 61, 0, KZt C7 ) CLEVELAND, f Nos. 9.1,W.,07
Hirer Street. OHIO. w on theVock
Wholesale Agency for the sale of
Shoenberger's Juniata Nails,
Hammer.made Horseshoes, Shoenherjrer's Common
and Juniata Sheet Iron. Shoenherfter'a R. G. Sheet
made from Jnniata Iron, Shoenlierger's Juniata
B'iler PMte, Juniata Mits, Siuare ami Heximon
Also Bar Iron, Window Glass, Extra Berea
Grilidetones, e., st Msnnfacf nrers prires. f.-M7
REAL ESTATE ACENCY.
J. PAKEEB, M. H. BOSB,
W. B. HEZNKB.
PABKEB, B0SE & CO.,
REAL ESTATE ACENTS,
Would respectfully iuform their friends and
the public that they have opened an office
over tte Drug Store, southwest corner of
Ontario street and Public iqnaret for the pur
chaseand sale of Real Estate. From their exten
sive acquaintance with the oil buinesi and wealthy
oil men of the country, they hope to make this a
desirable Agency to all parties interested in the
purchase and sale of Keal Estate, Coal and Oil
Leases, Ac, Ac,
CWilud 0. pcm
SEW 0E PRICE
100 PCBLIC SQUARE,
Gentlemcns' Furnishing Goods
HATS AND CAPS,
Silk, Merino and Woolen Under
shirts and Drawers, Negligee
Shirts, Ballou's French loke
Shirt, Ties, Scarr, Collars,
And all kinds of GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, Ac.
Call and Judge for yourself.
20 Per Cent Less
Than any other House in Cleveland.
CiEO. E. FA1RCHID
J. II. DeWITT & CO,.
ARE NOW OPENISG THEIB
FALL AVD WINTER STOCK
MEN AND BOYS' FINE
Goodf made expressly for their tiade, tlinr-wW-
be found fully e)iial in material, style and wortt
ntHiishin to the le(t Custom Work. The variety is
large, ami comprises all the usvelties of the season,
among which are
Beaver. Tricot. Cloth & Cassimere
Sack and AValking Coats,
BLACK FROCK COATS,
Black t Fancy Cassimere Pants A Vests
ELEGANT BLACK AND EANCY '
SILK AD VELVET VESTS,
BEAVER, CHINCHILLA AND CLOTH
THE STOCK OF
Youth's & Bojs' tlothiuj,
Tery much enlarired. All aces, from three to
twenty years old, can be fitted in the best style.
BE CLOTH DEPARTMENT
the largest in the city, comprising full lines of
French, Canton, Chinchilla and Tricot
French, English, Scotch and American
i'h, Hilger's, Bibb-y's and all the very beat
LACK CLOTHS & D0ESK1VS.
If aut French Coal ins
every variety of color and weavluc. These
Goods we an prepared to make up to order in the
very lest of style, having seeured the best Cutter
be found in itw lotk City.
lEN'S FRXISniiC GOODS
ItlERINO, WOOL AND SII.K
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, eck-Tles, Col
lars, Shirts, Hosiery.
TRAVELING BAGS, Ac.
ray's Palcnt Molded Collars,
TnE BEST IN USE.
J. H. DeWITT & CO.,
; and 11 Public Square.
We have the pleasure of announcing the receipt
au entirely new stock of
Elegant Cassimere Coats,
SACKS, ENGLISH WALKING AND
mot h. hllLr.S.
NEW STYLES OF
Cassimere and Silk Mixed Suits.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
Also, a Large Anflortment of
Fancy Negligee Shirts,
Under Clothes, Socks,
Suspenders, Neck Ties,
Brown and White Linen,
Shirts, Collars, Ac.
OCR STOCK OF
WIT,I, BR SOLD LESS THAN COST, to make
room for Fall aud Winter Goodn.
4fceCall and examine our Stock.
DAVIS, PEX0TT0 & CO.,
OAK HALL CLOTniNO EMPORIUM,
jyl" Corner Water and Superior streets
Wholesale and R. tail Dealer in
Strip Vein, Columbiana and Chippewa
Office on C. A P. R. R. Pier. Also, Office and Yard
at Euclid street R. R- eroding. Coal of an
Excellent Quality for
STEAM. GAS. GRATES, STOVES.
Office or Howie Use. Altm, ANTHRACITE COAL
in large or small u,uantities. .
Orders reiectfnllv solicited and nromntlv at
tended to. Coal for smithing kept constantly on
hand. n. Terms cah. nntTll:KJ
BOWLES k CO. HAVE THE BEST
J assortment of SOLID SILVER WARE in the
city. All oar Plain w are is maae ny ns here, ana
parties wishing their own silver inade up to order
can bave it done.
The highest price in cash paid for any quantity
or old iiiTer or com, iep.
DOLLARS PREMIUM !
OR SPEHMATT0RRH1EA, GLEET, AC
AFTER AXL OTHER TREATMENT FAILS.
Formerlrof New York City, will pay one hundred
didlars for the proof that he ever fails to cure thealove
named diseatiea. He will pi.y the same gum for the
proof that any other Pltysii uin iu the CniteU States
treats the name dieftmM with ennal unccess.
After many yearn ot Lalx.rion study and experience
ir uiutton ii uanpy m tn-inn ai'te to announce to ine
unfortuuate, that he ha purfected a system of treat
THE SPEEDY AND PERMANENT Cl'RE
of the above, and also all contagion R diseases of the
KenroluctiTe wreni.. with all bad fleets aritiinu
liiereirom, luciuuio ueuerai
DEBILITY OR NERVOUS PROSTRATION.
Hehflncceedd inrnrint? cas in this citv. some o'
wliom had expended hundreds of dollars with self-
Rtvied otiVfifiann. who uroferw to treat all nrivare
malatlies witn tuicce-iF, aua wituout receiviuif the
l-ii-t article of lenetit.
Dr. tjitMon does uot boAst that he is a member of
some Colli de in Lonlou or 1'aru, tk& p rhapH bonie
otliersdo fur the purpose of emtiiarins the innocent.
a let who lioltl out treat expectations, never to ue
re;iljzi-i. itntwlint lr u nncht lniar-t il is tliw, that
he in able to give t-n' ire 8titaciitn to those who re
ptrvt ruuhdence iu In- ability and integrity, and that
no uaM pi-riecieti an Anu nran syhtem of treatment
which rti.illei);efl any I'livHiciun of London or Paris
oi any piuenv nutncme, io eti.n tortile ralir:tl cure
oi bemitiai weakntm.. aim an utfeaes or derance
ment, both mental aud physical, arising from seu
al or secret abuse.
Dr Gilitson also claims forhio new treatment the
followimr advntaees over all others yet discovered
And, lirst, the agents ned are in no respects dis
agreeable ; he nsi-s no relics of the dark ages, uch as
Mercury, or any other deleterious drug : secondly,
no rent riet ion in diet or hii-iiness is ramrod; third
Iiim treatment in positive and certain in all cases. Hh
stand prepared to no into uuy public or private
horipititl in the T'nited Stutes, nnf deinonstrate the
in i iu-line superiority of his nw trestineut over any
other now known in the world, in point of prompt
ness, permanently, mildnettH, saiety and convenience
to the patient.
Dr. iiljon is permanently located in Cleveland,
and haa during the pust live yea rs peiiormcd many
cures of diseases which hnd for yearn reraittil all
other moiles of treatment. References can be given
to individual of the lirft respectability 'n Cb rt-land,
BoMtoii, New York and other cities, in regard to -diill
and integrity in all prorer.ioiiMl transactions. lys-
rpsia, Rhenmatiiii, Scrofula, all diseases of the
riuary 4irg:tns, and all Chrouic Diseases treated
with superior inct-4.
Wdir"Mlicineti sent to any part of the country, on
receipt of ten dollars.
lr Gibson's new work on Physiology for sale at
PnorrroB or JtRCTitopaTHT axn MmicnrK.
Office Ilenera street, t1rvdnonmmrkianr,
lip shunt, opposite City lit
tt troth re hours from 9t
Daily (Stiuduys excepted ).
. 12 and from 2 to .1 o'clock
All Classes are Interested.
Farmers, Drovers, Mediants, Lnmbermen, Me
chanics, Miners, Bankers, the rich and the poor,
should asK themselves ii the slightest Syphilitic.
or so-called Private Disease, taint is lingering in
their Systems, if so, they should apply in person,
if possible; if not po.,Me in person, bv letter.
and receive by return mail a blank circular of
questions, which will enable any one to know posi
tively just how they stanu.
To the intelligent reader it is not necessary to
publish the names of the many complications and
forms assumed by this terrible scourge, yet it may
be advisable to mention as most prominent Syphi
lis Primary, Syphilis Seroniry, and Syphilis Ter
tiary, thu later involving the bones in its deathly
Every one shonld know also, that many of the
moHt obstinate and worst U nee rated Throats pro
ceed from this cause, and will, if not properly
nan'tleu, ultimately result in loss oi voice. Look
to yonr true interest, and consult by letter, or ap
UK. IK II A UT S
IMTED STATES HOSPITAL,
Private Medical Dispensary,
1.10 JEFFERSitN AVENI E, DETROIT, MICH.,
Near the Michigan Exchange Hotel.
Where every form of Syphilis and all other diseases
of the procreative and urinary organ of both sexes
are more successfully managed than at anr other
similar institution in this country. Every one
should know that whilst theslighteut constitution
al contamination exists, marriage is imossible, for
the good reason that where otiVpring ensues disease
is nearly always entailed. This, therefore, is one
of the worst impediments to matrimony .
YOL'NG M EN,
Suffering mentally and bodily from certain early
improper practices, will find this a Dispensary
where there js uo uncertainty about getting relief,
iil wnere every one oi sm n cases are cured per
manently. No books published by nor i--neil from
Iiim institution by mImcIi the miuds of the young
potsoued and they therehy ruined.
Married or single, rponirinir a Female Regulator,
should enclose one dollar and three itOMtatre stamps,
nd bv return in nil tlo-v will receive, with full di
rections, the onlv reliable Female Regulator in nse.
This Regulator is fa.st becoming the favorite of
ladies everywhere, simply because its action is mild
and safe nnd can always le depended upon in re
moving obstructions from colds and any other cause.
All correspondence strictly conndential. Letters
on consultation hhould contain one dollar ami a
postage stamp for answer. Otlice and rooms ar
ranged that patients never sec each other.
Consultation and services at the ottice, free to the
poor, every .Saturday afternoon, from 3 to t r. u.
in.ee and Ihsiw-nsary i.ih ii Irom o a. m. to p. m..
daily, except Sundays. All necessary surgical ope
Address: DR. DrnART.
Jost Offire Drawer f2ft, Detroit, Mich.
Enclose two positive stamps and send for circular
of questions, and, it pr-'perly aawered, meilicines
ran In sent to any part of the country. Rente m-
lier these rases mutt le cured or the worst couse
q nences follow. nia9: r4l w
THE GREAT SEW EX. LAM) REMEiTy
Dr. J. W. Polland s
WHITE TIXE covpocm
Is now ofG-red to the afflicted throughout thecnun-
ry, after having leen proved bv the test of eleven
years, in the New England States, where its merits
have become as well known as the tree from which,
in part, it derives its virtues.
TIIE WHITE PINE COMPOUND CURES
Sore Throat, Colds, Coughs, Diptheria, Bronchitis,
bunting or niooi, and ruimonary
A fleet ions Generally.
Tt is a remarkable remedy for Kidney Complaints,
Dialetes, Difficulty of Voiding Urine, Bleeding
from the Kidneys aud Bladder, Gravel and other
M"For Piles and Scnrvey it will he found very
valuable. Give it a trial and you will learn the
value of a good ami tried Medicine. It is pleasant,
safe and sure. Sdd by Druggists and Dealers in
UFA. W. S r.TTj " . Proprietor, lloston.
BIRNH AMS A VAN SCHAACK, Chicago, 111.,
JOHN D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio,
seplr'ltVod Gen l Agent for the West.
THERE IS X0 S'. ( II WORD AS FAIL!
TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
CUBEBS AND COPAIBA.
s a snre. certain and speedy enre for all diseases of
he Bladder, Kidneys and I'rinary Organs, either
Mule or Female, freuueutiy performing a perfect
cure ip the short space of Three or Four days, and
always in less time than any other preparation. In
the use ol I A It KA l S t'n:u mi a J' r. .M ltAi I
OF CUBEBS AND COPAIBA there is no need of
confinement or change of diet. In its approved
form of a paste, it is entirely tasteless, and causes
no unpleasant sensation to the patient, aud no ex
posure. It is now acknowledged by the ntot learn
ed in the Profession that it the above class or
diseases, CCBEBS and COPIABA are the only
Two Remedies known that can he relied upon with
any Certainty of Success. Tarrant's Compound
Extract of rutiens ana lopaiha rt. ,k iails.
Manufactured only by TAKItANT A CO.,
JT Greenwich stre.-t, New York.
STSold by Druggists all over the World.
MORGAN, ROOT & CO.
Our stock is larpe and varied comprising, every
thing need by Milliners. We luvitu their especial
Ladies, Misses and Children's
Hats and Turbans,
In "Glengary," "Nellie Grant," "Rocky Point
and 'Staudard.' All new styles. Also, a very
select assortment of
From which Milliners can select the newest end
most desirable styles, at reasonable prices.
Ribbon in all Widths and Colors,
Silks, the varieties used by Milliners,
Laces and Blonds in great profusion,
French Flowers, choice and beautiful,
American Flowers, very cheap,
Bonuet Ornaments in variety of Style,
Ostrich Plumes, also cheap varieties,
Kldd's Bonnet Frames, the best made.
We offsr every inducement to the Wholesale and
Retail Trade, in variety and beanty of style., and
our PRICES SHALL BK TUe. LOWEST PO&SI
BLE. For Bargains go to
Sep'-SSfl MOROAV, ROOT A CP 'S .
CLOAKS. We have now on exhibition
VV a large assortment of Cloaks of the latest de
signs. X AY LOB, CBISWOLB k CO.,
ect4 17 Superior ureal.
INVITE THE ATTEETI0X Of
the Public to tha merits of our Two World-renown-
ed Preparation!, knows as
coe's torn balm.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA ClUE.
Tha one a snre, safe and apaedy cm. for
COUGHS, . ' ... 1
The other a Positive Cure for
In its worst itages, and a
That originate in a
STOMACH OB BOWELS
We warrant both of them in eyery instance, where
our direction! are followed.
cures Dyspepsia positively-
cures the most violent
attacks of croup in either
old or youug.
cures indigestion and con
stipation in every case.
cures the worst colds
surely and speedily.
res dist ress after eat ing
enres sore throat and
soreness of the chest aud
rweeten'i the stomach.
purities the breath, and
instantly stops son men,
acidity and ruting of food.
cnre hoanteneiw and
tickling in the throat.
enres sick headache,
sickness at the stomach,
and pains or cholic in the
relieves a consumptive
cough as toon as it is
cares influenza, asthma.
creates an appetite and and all bronchial atfec-
gives vigor and strength! tions.
tne Whole system
i the largest t-ottle in
the -world for the price,
Itterefora not only the
best, but the cheapest
cures Hatulency, weak-
nessantl general debility:
makes the weary ambi
tions, the feehle strong,
it enahles the patient
take plenty of healthy
food, which is the parent
Orer One Million Bottles
are sold annually, and
the people all pronounce
DYSPEPSIA CURE I
it the best counh prepar
ation they ever used.
allows yon toeatahearty
meal without fear of dis
tress afterward, for it
stop it as soon as it
is warranted to give sat
isfaction, or the money
So family can afford to
a purely vegetable,
preparation, contains no
opiates, no poison, noth
hurtful, hut acts
romptly, surely and im
in the house, ready for
The bottle holds more
the best remedy in fh-
worirt lor lyspepsia, ln-
iieesnon. sick Headache.
Heartburn, Fever and
than any other at the
and, in fact, all diseases
Jhe medicine itself
pains in the stomach
warrantedsuperior to all
Sold by Druggists ev
Sold by Druggists ev
erywhere. Price ONE
DOLLAR per bottle.
C. G. CLARK & CO, Propr a, .
New JIaren, Cobb.
GENERAL AGENTS t
DEMAS, BARNES CO.,
No. 21 Park row.
T. C. WELLS CO.,
No. 115 Franklin street.
H. B. HEMBOLD,
No. 504 Broadway.
Betailsd by all Drngjri.ta in the city and country.
Lyon's Periodical Drops,
The Great Female Remedy
These Drops are a scientifically compounded fluid
preparation, and better than any pills, powder, or
nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct and
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer
tain apeeinc for the cure of all ov.ructloDB and.
suppressions of Nature.
Their popularity is indicated by the fact that
over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and consumed
the ladies of the United States, and every one
them speak in the atrongeat term, of praise of
their great merit.
They are speedily taking the place of every other
female remedy, and are considered by dealers, con
sumers, physicians, and all who know anght of
them, as the surest, safest and most infalliable pre
paration in the world for the care of all femalo
complaint., the removal of all obstructions of Na
ture, and the promotion of health, strength and
Explicit direction., stating when they may be
used, and explaining reason, why and when they
should not be used without producing rosults con
trary to the course of Nature's chosen law, will be
found carefully folded around each bottle with the
.ignature of Dr. JOHN L. LT0N, withont which
none are genuine. They are prepared at the
laboratory of JOHN L. LTON, M. D., No. B5 Cha-
pin street, New Haven, Conn., who can be consult
ed either personally or by mail (Inclosing .tamp)
concerning all private disease, and female weak
C. . CXARKL AND CO.
Cen'l Ag't. for United State, and Canada..
For sale In New Tork by
DEMAS BABNES A Co.,
No. 21 Park Bow,
F. C. WELLS A Co.,
No. 115 Franklin street.
H. B. HELMBOLD,
No. 594 Broadway.
CIIAS. N. CRITTENTON,
No. 38 Sixth Avenue.
Xnd all Drnggi.t. and Apothecarie. In the city and
LORD A SMITH, Western Agents, Chicago, HI.
A CAKD 10 TUE LADIES.
Golden Fcriodieal Pills,
Infallible In Correcting Irregularities, Removing
Obstructions of the Monthly Turns, from
Whatever Cause, and
ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL as a PREVENTATIVE.
It Is now over thirty years since the above cele
brated Pills werehrst discovered by Dr. DL PoNCO
of Paris, during which time they have been exten
sively and succewsfuily used in most of the public
institutions, as well as in private practice, of both
hemispheres, with unparalleled success in every
case, and it is only at the 4 urgent request 11 of the
thousands of Ladies who have used them, that he
is induced to make the Pills public for the allevia
tion of those suffering from any - Irregularities
wnatever, as wen as to prevent au increase of fam
ily, where health will not permit it. Female, pecu
liarly situated, or those supposing themselves so.
are cautioned against using these Pills while in that
condition, as the proprietor assumes no responsi
bilities after the above admonition, although their
mildness would prevent any mischief to health,
otnr wise tne ruis are recommended.
Price SI 00 per Box. Six Boxes $f no.
8ild in Cleveland by Messrs. BENTON A DUN
HAM and STRONG A ARMSTRONG, who will
supply Dealers, and send the Pills couhdentially by
suu on receipt oi 91 w or anurera
S. D. HOWE,
angI7:r5 Sole Proprktor, New York
AND MODB Ot TRKATMRVT IS
THE ACME OF PERFECTION.
It Pehktratks the secret ambush of this terrible
disease, and exterminates it, root and branch, for
It REHoyxn all the wretched symptoms of this
loathsome malady, and averts consumption.
It Cleans the head, deodorizes the breath, and
affords the most grateful relief.
It Allkviates more agony and silent suffering
than tongue can tell.
It is Notkd for curing the most hopeless cases,
that every knows means failed in.
It Crar.a Hay, Rose and Periodic Catarrh, of the
most ohstiuate and violent types.
No Form of Catarrh or nvioe in the bead can re
sist its penetrating power.
Da. Goon ale's Catarrh Remedy is a harmless
liquid, inhaled from the palm of the hand.
Da. R. Goopalx is known throughout the conn
try, as the Author of the only True Theory of Ca
tarrh ever published Mode of Treatment and
Rapid Cure in all its forms.
Da. Goodalk's Pamphlet on Catarrh should be
read by every one. It ran be obtained at our near-
Price $1 00. Send a stamp for pamphlet.
C. R. PARKER, Sole Agent, 75 Bleecker street.
New York. '
Sold by G. W. CLARK, Cleveland. - lebP:Rr,
IF DIRECTIONS ABB FOLLOWED.
.CALL FOB A CIRCULAR, DESCRIBING
The symptoms of Catarrh, as they generally ap
pear, are at first very slight. Persons find that
they have a cold, that they have frequent attacks,
and are more sensitive to the changes of tempera
ture. In this condition the nose may be dry. or a
slight discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards becom
ing thick and adhesive. As the disease becomes
chronic, the discharges are increased in quantity
and changed in quality ; they are now thick and
heavy and are hawaea or conghedon. ine secre
tions are offensive, causing a bad breath ; the vice
is thick and natal ; the eyes are weak ; the sense of
the smell is lessened or destroyed; deafness fre
quently takes place. Another important aud com
mon symptom of Catarrh is, that the person is
obliged to dear his throat iu the morning of a
thick or slimy mucous, which has fallen down from
the head during the night. When tiiis takes place
the person may be snre that the disease Is on its
way to the lungs, aud should lose no time in ar
The above are but few of the many Catarrh sym
toms. A single Bottle will last a Montb To
be used three times a day.
DR. D. n. SEELYE & CO.,
SotB Pbopbibtobs Chicago, Tllixois.
Laboratory at Freeport, Illinois.
JOHX n. PARK Cincinnati. 0.
WM. JOHNSON Detroit, Mich.
STRONG A ARMSTRONG UeTrland, O.
FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGISTS.
0e 179 South Clark StrMt,
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EYE AND EAR.
DR. J. B. XcCOWELL'S
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY,
235 SUPEHIOB 8TREET,
W:1H CT.EVFLAND. OnlO.'
WAGES COMPUTING TABLES The most
elaborate, complete and comprehensive work for
computing wage, ever published in this country.
Kreryobdy having wages to compnte wants it; and
no one having once nsed it will do withont it for
three time, its cost. Every fiirnre warranted cor
rect. Its form is such that the amounts desired
can be found with great rapidity while t is practi
cally impossible to mistake the sums sought. It
is more convenient for use than any machine with
revolving di.ks or cylinders ever invented. Sub
stantially bound in book form. Price, single
,'1 11 S.-nt by mail i"r.- of postie nn re
ceipt of the price. Sold in this city by W. D.
K ER, Agent, 205 Superior Street, and by the
puui., lesteb HAYES, Bent, rortage coub-
ty, uuio. a. ftw experienced Agent, wanted.
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
A nets KasjsiUiu., tselicats mud Frm
Cra.t Perf.-MS DbUlN fr tb.
Rare mmd BeatttiAil Flewer fm
which U takes iu van.
Manntartnred only by fHALOW eV Saif-
Beware of Counterfeits.
Ask fnr P4ojs' ToJfcf nm thtr.
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MAKE EVERY YARItTT OF
Cloak to order, on abort notice and reasona
ble ternu, IAYL0B, wBlwOLAl lO..
octi Supii itroet.
Chanjre of Tii"e October ta,
ATI A5TIC t GBEATT.ESr3 BAHWAT.
Tbeonlyl nbroken Broad Cnage Route
TO THE EASTEBX CITIES.
rpWO Trains Daily I.are CleTeland, from the
A Atlantic A Great Western Dep :
DAY EXPBESS M.
Arrirein NVw York i ,. M-
NIGHT EXPRESS - M.
Arrir.mNeW York .10: JO P. M.
Train, arrive at I'leTelend at 7:45 A. ., and
9:l p. M.
Trains for ToonRstown lra,e ClrTelnnd at S:40a.
m., and i:45 r. M.t arriv. at CU-relaud 9:" A- at-.
and :. P. M. .
This is the only direct route to the Oil Begiona
Pa.sriiK.ra br the 9-.'2H a. w. Eiprese Train dine -at
Meadville, and Sk-e pint; Car at Salamanca.
Passengers by the ::!. P. - a;xurea. Train, Jet
Sleeping Car at Cle.elainl.
Tlie Night Express lea'es Son.Iay nieht, instead
of Saturday uiht. AU other trains daily, Sun
Connects at Mea.lcillc, frr Oil fit,. Franklin,
Corry, and all points iu the Oil K-ciona of Penn
Passengers by this rente hare ample time (no
minutes), at reirniar hours, for meals, ind make
New and eleiiant Sleeping Coaches are attached to
all Nirht Trams. ......
For all information and tbronch ticket., please
apply at the Depot of the Athiiinc I. rent West
ern Railway, or at the I uion Ticket Ortica, under
the Weddell H..ne.
Omnil.asses will call for passengers, by learing
directions at the above offices.
i. McLaren, on i sup .
B. T. Ffl.LER. Gen. Ticket Ayeiit.
lshi" ""8 it M M EuTa HRANGKMEM. ' 1
ON and after MonclsT. AncnstTth, Passenger
Trains will leave Cleveland as follows
1st Train 7:45 A. M.-CINCINNATI EXPRESS
stopping at Grafto
Wt-lIiiiLitou, New JUi
don. Shelby, frestliue, 4.1I100, oueao, 1
Delaware, Lewis Centre
Train l"a P M
St at all stations an. I arrives in a. o. unions
at 8: fat p. w., t iminnufi a. w.
3rdTrain-ie.atK M. MiT KXl'KE?3-Stop-piugat
Uraffn, Weill igtuu, New Lon.lon,
Mieiby, Crest liif, Uih-aJ, C'ardiufi-
ton, and lMaware. , , .
Trains leave Colnmbn at .1:40 and W2 A. St., 2:40
P. . Arrive at Cleveland ':ao a. J and
8:50 p. M.
Shelby Sandu-kv, MnnsneM A Newark Bailroad,
to ManstWld, Alt. Vernon, Newark, Zaues-
liin. Pir iiil.itri-fT rort ayne .v mrago nnii
road. Koref,t,t'pirfii.'Iiir.ky,it,'phoi,, Ljnm,
Fort Wayne, Laporte, Chicago, Ac, WVHtantt
E..I fr 'Msiiiti. Id. Wootr, Massillon, Ac.
Grafton and B-lbf'iiiiie Kailroad Line, f-r Ma
rion, Bel lefnt nine, Mlm y, I num. .iiuncie,
Indianapolir, Terre Haute, Vinrennes, Kvans-ville-
Louisville, Cairo. St. Louis. Ac.
IVlaware with Spring tbdd Dram h f-r pringneid.
Columbus Little Itliiimi A Columbus, and Xema
Kaiiroatl, for Aenia, Iiito, Iadmnaj--Ii!,
Terre Haute, St. Louis, Morrow, Loveiand,
and Cincinnati, and with the Ohio and Miss
issippi Haiirond at Cincinnati for Louisville,
fvanville, Cairo, St. Louis, and all points
on the Ohio River.
Columbus Central Ohio Railroad for Newark,
Zaneflville, Whet line Ac; Coinmbiin, Pio,ua A
Indiana Kail road for l'Mfiia. I rt.sna, Ac.
Wf-V nr tickets to all points and information ap
ply at the Paener .Station, and at the L Dion
Ticket Orfice, 147 tfuierior street.
ha 1 ,
Cleveland, Aug. 7, ISC
tLEVELlD Si KUie RAILROAD.
W INT iC AKHANt.LM h 1. 1 w
and after Tweday, S.pt. lth. Passenger
J Trains wiii run as lilw., (.Sunday excepted):
:50 A. M . DAY EX PKES TRAIN Stopping at
Wtllouahby, Painesville, sia.li.ion, (en-T,
Ashtabula.' Connennt aud tiirard only, aud
arrive at Erie, at l:M P. luukir t J:4o r.
M., BuMalo 5:t P. m.
3:2f) P. M. 1NCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN
Stopping at PainesviHe, A-iitalulaand (iirarit
only, and arrive at Erie t:2.. p. at., Dunkirk
8::io p. Buffalo it: r. .
3:33 P. M. MAIL AMI ACCOMMODATION
Stopping at all ntiktion, and arrive at Erie
7:.V p. u.
9:00 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS TRAT V Stopping
at rainettville, A-ht:i1ula and tiirard only,
and arrives at Erie 12 A) a. m., Dunkirk lt:47
a. M., Buffalo 4-.-J A. M.
l:0O A. M. STEAMBOAT EX PRESS TRAIN
Stoppiugat tjirar.l, Conneaut, Ashtabula and
Paiuesville ouly, and arrives at Cleveland at
6.0A a. M.
3:35 A. M. N I0TIT EXPRESS TRAIN Step
ping at iiirard, A-litsbnla and fsinesville
onlv. Slid arrives at Cleveland at 7: lo a. M.
8:15 A. M MAIL AND ACi i'MMI'ATIoN
TRAIN toppine at all stuti. u and arrives
at t leretand Iu.m a. m.
10:15 a. m. Toledo express train stop-
- ping at all station.1 except Swauville, Say-,
brook, Unionville, Perry, Mentor and Wick
liffe, and arrives at t 'lev. iand at '2:ii p. m.
5:20 P. 31. DAY EX PRESS TRAIN Stopping at
Girard, Conneaut, A.h tabula and Painesville
only, and arrives at Cleveland a:50 p. h.
B Second Class Cars are run 011 all through
All the trains going Westward connect at Cleve-
land with trains for Toledo, Chicago, Columbus,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Ac, and all
through trains going Eastward connect at Dno
kirk with the trains or the New Tort A Erie Rail
road ; and at Buffalo with those of the New York
Centra) A Buffalo, and New York City Railroada
for New York, Albany, Boston, Niairara Falls, Ac,
and at Erie with trains on the Philadelphia A Erie
nS'liay Express Eat and West,- connects at
OirarJ with train j u Kne I'ltl-I'iirrh Railroad
for Linesville, MadTile, Jamestown, Jtc.
H. NOTTINGHAM, Snperinteadent.
Cleveland, Sept. 1, 1H.
si T0LDU0 KULK0AD.
18i5. EALL ARRANliEMENT. Itm5.
ON and after Monday, Sept. IHth, 18i, trains
will leave Cleveland daily as follows (Sundays
8:O0 A. M. CHICAGO EXPRESS, props at B.-res,
Grafton, oi-erliu, Wakenian, N'orwalk, Mnn
roeville, Bellevue, Clyde, Erenioitt and El
more and arrives at Toledo at VJ:4 p. m.,
t hicucroat ll:ti p. jt., and Detroit 5:3I p. m.
2:40 P. M. WESTERN MAIL Stuns at all sta
tions on Southern- Division, and arrives at
Toledo at 7:-'t p. M ., Chicago 5:4o a. m., and
Detroit at lit: rat p. w.
4.30 P. M. NORTH ERN MAIL Stops at all sta
tions on Northern In vis ion and arrives at
Sandusky at 7:1" p. m.
10:00 P. M.ND.HT EXPRESS Stop t Grafton
N'orwalk, and Fn-mont, ami arrives in Ttllo
at 2:M a. m., Chicago at l-lM p. M., and De
troit at 6:i0 a. m.
Connections are made at Monroeville with tb
SandiiHky.Manfttieltl A Newark Railroad; at Sandus
with Dayton t t'im inii:.ii Railroatl; at Eremont
with the Err-Dicnr A Int.iana Railroad ; and at To-h-do
with the Michigan .Southern A Northern In-
tliana and Toledo A Wab:ih Railroads for Chicago,
Detroit, Jack Hon, Fort Wayne, Lo:auport, Lafay
ette, Cairo, Alton, St. Louis and all points West,
Northwest and Southwest.
Trains arrive iu Cleveland from Toledo and the
West at 9-.M A. M . , 2:v.u p. and S:40 p. M. From
Sandutky at i:l5 a. m. la. D. RCCKER,
Cleveland. Sept. Is. lStll. Superintenileut.
et riTTSBlKtU U. R.
BlMilKli AKKANtiEMKNT. lseo.
Oy and after Monday. May l."th, 18'i5, Trains
leave Cleveland daily (Sunday excepted) aa fol
lows: e:uO A. M MAIL Arrives at Pittshnrf-h 4:00 p.
.; llarri.hnrch i:.l A. is.; Baltimore 7:fK A.
.; Washington llfcliS A. .; Philadelphia.
6:.V. a. M.; New Tork lo.iifl a.m.; Wheeling
:ilp. u. Cennect at Hnd..n with C. Z.
C. R. R. f.ir Akron and Millershurtth.
1:30 P. M. EX PRESS Arrives at Pittshurehat
ft IS P. M.; llarrislmrch 7::ni a. w.; Biltiniore
12: -11 P. M.; Wasliiuton 4:441 p. w.; Pliiludel
phia I2:4ur. .; New iork i4i p. w.; Wheel
6: A. w.
:1U P. M. ACCOMMODATION For Hndon and
interniailmte Stations, Cnyahoea falls, Ak
ron and Millwriil.iirfrli, connectine; at tirrville
P. Ft. W. A C Rnilwav. ft.r Canton, Massil
lon, Wooster an.1 Uanslield.
Cars run throiitrh from Pitt.-Iurth to New Tork,
(via Allentown) without change.
M-Eare a. low a. by any other line.
MTThronKh tickets can be procured at the Fnion
Ticket Office, eddell 11, .use, at the Depot, or at
the Euclid Street Station.
J H. DEVERErX. Superintendent.
SAFES AND SCALES." '
Vnited State. Standard
Warranted correct anddn
raal'le. Over l varietie.
3HB, adapted to every business.
( AXO IIBT PIASTIB )
TIRE. Bl'RCLAR AXD DAMP PROOF, over SO
dinereat Sizea and Styles, for Counting Houses,
Dwellings, Ac. Also,
Fors-jth's Warehouse Trnefes, Copjin
rresses, isiisar Mills. Ae.
B'OKSVTH A HOl'OH,
(neral Western Agents,
frV9:R 37 Waiter street, t'lereland, O.
IEIIMPH OF ART.
; Matin; and Ladies' Hair Dressing
WM. DAY, 46 PIBLIC SQUARE,
HAS ALL THE LATEST INVENTIONS IN WIS WORK.
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Just received iilirect) a Ure quantity of this beau-
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SWITCHES AND BRAIDS A larg. and well
selected stock always on hand
WATER FALLS, BUTTERFLY BOWS. TrrGE
KIE BOW Sand FRENCH HEAD-DRESSES, made
by tlie advertiser equal to those imported.
a,, LJ.. .' own Braids made into any of the
above Head-Dresses withont iniury to switch.
Ladies' liair Dressing, Curliuirand Hair Cutting
done in the latest and niott prevailing styles.
HAIR DYlNtl Particular attention paid ta
thi. branch of the business. The best of Dve osed.
HOT AND COLD BATHS alwaj. ready. The
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