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Py 'l. t. Hi t.tvnm, Uiri AttJ.. oc23;258
MY MARRIAGE OR THE DREADFUL
I was tasking my Way through a crowd
in a uy street, wnicn 1 supposed had boen
coiiuciua ior me contemplattotl and enjoy
ment of some trifling andcontemntible dis
turbance, but into whii'h at the titna T tuo.
not in the mood toinatiire. whou mvmiiKa
was arrested by a pair of beautiful large
black eyes under a lady's veil, which met
mine wun a mule appoal that I could not
ftur- ............. .:.. .
for a moment resist.
"MDatis the matter?'.' I ; demanded of
"M pwseusor 01 tbe black eyes. ;
a. reinai kaiiiy weet voice replied : "I
1 ;en"'r to interfere in behalf of a
l"uf sw the people abusing, but I am
afraid that without some assistance my ef
fort will be unavailing." 1
"We wasn't abusing it," cried several
rough Voices together. "She was onlv
flldllinf with lilllu Vil r inJ c, A .. .1,..
0 .... " " - C1IV U tW. UO
oesi 01 it, too, ir you d lot her alone. 1
"It is quite enough," said the lady with
spirit, her splendid eves flHfhinu as she
spoke, "that your set should disgrace itself
in tnis way. 1 snail not allow mine,
pecmliy such a little creature as tins, to
niuk? a brute of itnelf, if I can help it."
"l.ou are right, madam," I said. The
mull whfi Wrutlrl km vonr hp tlfilrrn-vxi infn
the prize ring must have little respect for
nis own hiotlier. lou are yuixotic, how-
ever, to assume the duties of this child's
nnllirui nr.iiYVt.il- AVhdnn arm 1 no r-liilrT.
"IJead, cried three other little children
"'Where how doci live, my little
girls?' : ... ..
'.'She litas with Misa Fanny Fink and
ooes erranos Uir her.
, " What sort of a persoh is this ? " in
quired the dark eyed lady.
" S he dresses finer than you do, maam," .
n-pueo. one 01 ine ivinaic uj'-standers, " but
she is aot exactly the person to bring up a
i-iiuu 111 me way 11 suouia go, as sue Has
strayed a long way out herself. '
ino pointed truthfulness of this remark
raised a laugh among the acquaintances of
Miss Fanny Fink..
: Tbe ladv, an the moan time, had not lot
go ner nold on a lialt clad, sturdy little
in,wnoseiaee wasnusnea witn passion,and
discolored with blood, dirt and tears. She
stooped down to her, raisiiic her vciL and
said, "Little one, it you will go with me,
L will find .vou a cood home. You shall
have nice clothes, euoiurh to eat and be
taugnt to read and write. hat do you
sav to this ?' .
The sweetness and beautv of the ladv's
face surprised me ; the child seemed over
powered by her ircntle influence, and re-
plie.1. "Yes, n.a'airt, 1 will no with vou
At this conitirKrture a tmlicAman ari-iva .
on the spot, and the ladv at once addressed
M.a-n w iiim, cAfMmiiuig ine case, na
shortly afterward she walked away.leading
ner nine cnarge, escorted by tne guardian
of the peace. Although much pressed for
time, I lingered to look after her till she
turjied the corner, for never had I seen a
face which seemed to mo half so lovely as
ners, ana it nauntcd me ever alter.,
X nad, However, at tnat time, too many
troubles of m v own to afford to' look after
-c -.1: .
those of ot hers. A very long and expen
sive law suit had enhausted the once hand
some fortune that had long kept my family
an enviable position and left me noth
ing but lallacious hopes and illusive expec
tations. 3Iv father died durinc the slow
progress of the litigation ; the iawyer who
commenced nnd so lone condncted it also
1 1 , .a ...
uieu ociore lis conclusion, and it appeared
too prolmble that my mother, too, would
pass away , without the satisfaction of
knowing that so much monev, thoucht
anxiety and suspense had been entirely
tlirown away, bho was very ill ; and I
foresaw with certainty that the slender
thre:id which held hor iifo would snap, if
tiie nnal dwisioii in our cause, which it
was beliuved would be rendered, should be
against us; for it would , necessitate the
sale of ail that that remained to us, and
leave us all little better than beggars. It
was our last stake, upon which all our
hopes and confidence had gradually con
centrated; and if that were Jost we had
nntliuiR more to lose nothing but blank
despair to encounter, wbich we durst not
I lie lawyer who at the time conducted
suit was an old friend of my father's
successful, rich, independent and sur
ly ; and, as he had undertaken the case
more from friendly than pecuniary mo
tives, did not undertake to disguise tho
truth and probabilities from mo. But I
could not, would not look forward to
anything but triumph, and chose rather
disregard his discouraging tone as one of
means ne employed to enhance tbe
value of 111s services 111 achieving success.
was a good man at heart, that old
lawyer, and his penetration was wonder
ful, but he was no . apt to spoil his medi
cine by oversweetening it, and my pam
pered palate rebelled not a little agaiast
disgusting but wholesale bitterness.
I had a long hunt after an important
female witness, whom 1 found at last in
garret, dying of consumption. And
whom should I find, sitting like a minis
tering angel at her bedside, but the beau
tiful bla-k-cyed lady whom -I had lately
met; the companion of the little orphan
It is in such places as tins where a
good angel is most needed, and not in the
circle of gaycly and fashion, that I must
seek you. I see," exclaimed I, gazing
upon her with irrepressible admiration..
iuc lady blushed deeply ; and as soon
she had recovered from her momentary tain
confusion, quietly observed that sho was I
simply performing a duty to whicli an old
friend of her mother's was fully entitled, of
While obtaining the deposition of her role
I had several opportunities of con-
versing with this excellent beauty, and her of
modest elegance and graceful ease capti-
vated my soul.
One evening I was permitted to accom- visit
pany her in search of a conveyance; and,
I had resolved to express my sentiments pose
freely to her on the first available occasion,
was, as luuul in such ctues, much cuibar-
rassod when it presented itself. , .
"Your patient is dying, I fear." ' --
"She is conscious of the approach of
deliverance ; and as such she regards nade
" It is an angel s office you fill in sooth
ing her path to the grave."
" Do not flatter roe, sir. It is but little
can do, and flattery seems to make that
little less than nothing." .
"1 assure you I express hiv admiration
most stinted terms; were I to tell you
I think aud I feel I might indeed sur
prise you." jr . .
" Then let mo entreat your forbearance."
" It is unkind, not to say harsh, in you,
forbid the utterance of a heart So sincere
full as mine.',
"It is my kindness, my consideration for
that induces me to check this exces
language, becanse I know you will
repent it." : . .
'Impossible! . I not only admire you
more than any being I ever saw, but 1 feci
you are worthy of my worship, and
I love rou."
"Say no more, I entreat. If vou knew
nl . what I am, you would confess;
folly of which you are guilty. You
me yon are so unfortunate and unhap
py. I pity you, but there is a gulf be
tween us, and you would only render
yourself more ' wretched by attempting,
blindly and rashly, to cross it."
'Are you married?" .
"Do not ask. Here let our acquaintance
cease.; You have no more occasion to
visit my patient ; and you surely Vould
deprive her of the presence of her last
remaining friend, as you will do if you
persist in intruding upon her. Her; tiien;
ns" part, and forever." ' ' -; -
She stopped a cab and allowed me to
help her into it, and left me in my mystery
gloom. She had crossed my dark
path like a heavenly apparition ; and her
disappearance rendered everything about'
hopeless and dreary as despair.
The treacherous law, after hiring us on
ruin, decided against our.ijainii, and
extorted the last remnant of our pr perty
pay the costs. To communicate this
fact, to my mother would have been like
inflicting her death-blow; and after medi
tating long upon the subject, I found my
self unequal to the painful task, and went
once more to our old lawyer, to ascertain
whether there was any possibility of com
promising the matter so as to postpone
evil dy and leave my mother awhile
possession of her home and comforts.
I met a lady descending the stairs, who
had just come ont of his office, whose phy
siognomy was of that unusually repulsive
character which imprints itself indelibly
th memory, and ever after, In dream
measure of maidenly coyishness, and
was not indisposed to allow her all the
leisure she required for the performance
her part. When 6ho had enacted the
to her satisfaction, and lost all pa
patient, tience, she opened upon me with the voice
a dying screech owl, that made me
Well, Mr. Ingleton, the object of your
is, I presume "
" Yes, madam, it is as you say, io pro
as for your hand and heart; they are
conventionally supposed to go together."
"My hand and heart?" she exclaimed
Whai-a laugh it was ! A ruined hurdy-
gurdy, a maniacWaeniaiUraud the scre-
of a starving cat combined were
and reveries, in sleep and wakefulness,
rises from time to time to our mental vis
ion with horrible distinctness, shocking us
With the fullest sense of the dread ugliness
of human malformation. I thought of
tua wondwmi contrast Detween tnis
creature and the delicate beauty I loved
i ne old lawyer was m. and eramed mv
hand with sympathetic cordiality.,. I
stated the object or mv visit. -
""Wcll my young friend," he said, "I
have anticipated you wishes, and have iust
oen talking with the successful party.
Se 's n no means inexorable, but, to tell
J irum, mere is no grouna or coin
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promise loft. . You have lost all the wid
ow has won all. If she accords you any
thing it will aimplj.be a donationnotn
inn more nor less." ", ..
"Is there no resonrces left by which I
can, for a time, ward off this final, and to
my mother, 1 tear, fatal blow.
" None in law."
"In what then?"
" In yourself."
" How in mvself ?"'
" In your person.' :Toii are' vrmho and
handsome. 1 don't sav so to flatter vou.
out to make my meaning clear.
" Well r
"Well, marry the widow."
"Marry her? 1 would rather hanemy-
seiratonce. :-. 1 -
" You should know best T)ow fit vou are
to die. I am afraid vour education and
naD'ts have totally unfitted you for busi-
uc8 nuu U5Clul,,w"i-
" But this marriage is absurd and inv
WI am Tldt in t.h haTlit Af Tp.rininr hK.
. : .. .. . j--'r- o . '
our"ii.ics ana impossibilities. It you Will
otiiottBeme to act you wiU find it no such
thine. Will you do so ?'
" Not for tho world."
"Understand that 1 have not urced
this matter on vour behalf, but' for tho
sake of your mother and sister and espe
cially on -account of your 1 mother,' for
wnose uie you pretended a moment ago
feel an amount C aolioitnde that would
enable you to make any Sacrifice."
"ror the moment I did not think of
It is time you did. Since my counsel
verv unpltule, perhaps you will
condescend to inform pie what you pro-
pose toao r : 1
Ihe old lawyer turned his chair around
and commenced writing at his desk as
cool ry its if he bad been an ingenious ma
chine invented But no other purpose. I
thought on his proposition till I erew sick
and taint Thr reeolrcction of the con
summate charnis of her I loved added an
aspect of hate to mich as she wore when I
was invited to make my own, and X could
not bring my lips and heart to say yes to
such a destiny. At last I rose and said :
will call to-morrow and give you my
"Very Well," replied the old man, with
turning his head or ceasinir to write.
1 went home and attempted to prepare
mother for the ruin that had befallen
but in approaching the subject, found it
was more than she could endure, and I
relinquished the efl'ort in despair. To my
sister I ventured to tell the truth, and she
wept bitterly, not for herself, but for our
only parent, who she assured me would in
evitably expire on hearing the news.
" Is tbere notning on eartn tnat you can
SdTd to Prevtnt l -
" Ys " : . . .
" And won't you do it ?"
" 1 cannot bring my mind to it.
"Is it dishonest?"
"N o, I don't know that it is, but very
rcpuirnant to my feelings:"
" 1 am sure 1 would do anytning for
"Would you marry the man you abhor ?''
"To save mas life yes."
"Well, then, I will not be outdone by
in filial affection."
" W hat do you mean, Id ward 7
"I will tell you to-morrow: in the
meantime cheer up. I'll save mv mother
i'9 bllt at er; wurillce Heaven
My sister flung her arms around my
neck, kissed mo affectionately, culled mo
many endearing names, and I felt as if
almost deserved tnum, exaggerated as
T i 1
A WIUUIUUIUIKU 111, uuumuu w 111 y ins.
the next day. telling him that since f
not marry for 1 -ve, 1 would marry
He uttered a sort of ffrimt and replied :5
Few marriases bclrin in that way, but
too many love u Verged into antip
as soon as soon as the honeymoon is
over.Yonr prospect of connubial
happiness is brighter, as it cannot change
for the better. 11' you knew the lady
veil as I do, you would entertain no
misgivings on the subject.
On-the second day after the interview I
received Mrs. Harrington's card, with a
written' request from the lawyer that I
would C4ll upon her without delay, as he
settled the' preliminaries in the most
satisfactory manner. I did not fly on the
wings of love to the manhood'of my brido
as there had been but little choice in
matter, but walked thither like a man
had volunteered to be hung.
On my arrival I was ushered into a
handsorue drawing room, in which I was
waiting tor about a quarter 01 an
when, at last, the lady appeared.
did not look handsomer than when I
her on the stair leading to my law
yer's office. On the contrary, the relation
which she now stood with respect to
myself, and tho finery which she piled
her person rendered her in my eyes
hideous than ever.
I responded to her salutation and re
mained silent for a few moments. .She
appeared desirous ot manilesting a
"Yes madam ; and does this appear so
absurd to you ?"
Mv lnwvsr tins lwHin mil hnriyojl nv ma
make a proposition, which he informed
had been favorably received. Has he
deceived me ?''
'So, not at all, but you have made a
mistake in the person."
Are not you Mrs, Harrington?"
1 lat is my name, but 1 persume you
to mv niece.''
"This is very ridiculous. Shall I have
pleasure of seeing the right lady
In a moment. She sent me to prepare
for her coming."
",1 do not see the necessity."
I persume not. I will explain, although
subject ia a delicate one to handle. A
hearted girl than my niece Clara
lived, but she has some personal de
wnicu, pernaps only tne eyes of per-
fection can overlook. I mean to say, for
instance, that she does not enjoy the same
personal advantages as myself."
looked at tne speaker lor a moment in
amazement, and an involuntary groan es
It cannwt be possible! Is she deform
"Oh, no; she is as perfectly shaped as I
"Indeed! What is it then?"
"A slight obliquity of vision, which adds
puzzling and peculiar expression to the
Her hair is of that color of which
is a very unmerited prejudice, but,
myself, I never saw a finer or more
brilliant red. With these exceptions,
is a strong family likeness between
especially as respects the width of the
mouth, the roundness and height of the
shoulders- ajifl the .size of Ihe feet.
,Wht an image of horror was conjured
"Say no . more r. I exclaimed wildly.
suspense "is too dreadful,. Let me
th Woman herself, though the sight
her kUls me?''. .'
"Then turn and look upon your death !"
a sweet voice behind ia a mock
voice, followed by a silvery peal of
turned, and, to my inexpressible de
light beheld my adored, black eved beau
"And you you are "
"Not Mrs, ..Eastbum. That was my
maiden name; but Clara Barrington.
widow.".; :. - i
fell at her feet, half disposed to wor
ship ner, covered her hand with kisses,
and finding no resistance offered,, sprang
to my feet and clapped her in my arms.
"Clara Barrington, will you become
" In what excellent practice you are.
We shall have you proposing for ihe
whole family. You have begun bravely,
first to the aunt and then to the niece
within live minutes. Aunt has fled, aa
Well she may, from so dangerous a crea
ture. What would become of her had J.
not rushed to the rescue, heaven only
knows. I promise you I shall be dread
fully jealous of her and the personal ad
vantages she enjoys." .':
"Ob, you have been playing a rare
game with me." -1 .
" A fair one. I have won pour krre
fairly, and learnt at the Fame time that
there was right 'on your sido as well as
on mine, and I will be my own court of
inquiry, and do justice more eveh-hauded
than the law."
"May I praise you now?"
" No, but you may "
"Do what?" '"
" Love me just as much as you please." '
J. II. DcWITT & CO,.
ARE KOW OPENING Til Km
FALL AD WIXTER STOCK
MEN AND BOYS' FINE
Good, mads expressly for thiir trade, that will
be found fully equal in material, style and work
manship to the liest Custom Work. The variety is
larce, anu comprises an tne nsTeities 01 llto season,
among which are (
Beaver, Tricot, f loth & f assimcre
Sack and Walking Coats,
BLACK FROCK COATS,
Black t Fancy Casslmcre rants Vests
ELEGANT BLAK AND EANCY
SILK AJD TELYET' TESTS,
BEAVElf, CniSCHILLA AND CLOTH
THE STOCK Ot
Yontft's & Bojs Clothing,
Try much eullrged. AIT bcpb, from three to
twt'Uty yvrn u!U cau be ntteu m the beet stIe..
THE CLOTH DEPARTMEXT
the Urge. In the city, comprising full lines of
French, fasten, Chinchilla and Tricot
French, English, Scotch and American
Simon's, Ililgcr'e. BiMoy'i and all the very Wat
BLACK CLOTHS & D0ESK1XS.
Elegant French Coaling
rvery TarietT of color til wravinir. Tin?
GuotJn wr are prrpart'd to liinke np t onlt-r in the
fry iK-rU of tyi, havmfc cn rwi tue bent Cutter
lie found iu Now York City.
MBS'S FIMISIIIXG GOODS
OTERIXO, WOOL AND KII,K
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neck-Ties, Col
lars, Shirts, Hosiery.
TRAVELING BAGS, Jtc.
Gray's Patent Molded Collars,
THE BEST IN USE.
J. a DeWITT & GO,
1 and 11 rubllc Square.
We hare the pleanure nf announcing the receipt
an entirely new stock of
Elegant Cassimerc Coats,
SACKS, ENGLISH WALKING
. FKOt'K STILES.
NEW STYLES OF
Cassimero and Silk Mixed
BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
Also, Large Assortment of y
Fancy Xegligce Shirts,"
Under Clothes, Socks, r
Suspenders, Xcck Ties
Brou n and White Linen,
Shirts, Collars, Ac.
OUB STOCK OF .
Will UK HOLT) LESS THAK COST, to make
for Fall and Winter oorts. '
"C11 and examine our Stock.
DAVIS, PEI0TT0 4 C0
OAK BALL CLOTHING EMPORIUM, ''
Jylfi Corner Water nnl Suix-rior twt.'
ALLEX JOS 9,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Strip Vein, Columbians and Cbipptwa
on C. ft P. R. R. Pier. Also, Office and Yard
at uclid street R. R. crossing. Coal of an :
Excellent Quality for
PTEAM, GAS. GRATKS, fcTOVES.
or House l ae. Also, AMUKAC1 IK COAL
large or small quantities.
Orders resperttuny solicited and promptly at
tended to. Coal for smithing kept constantly on
w Terms cah. mayl3:iu
PROFESSOR THOMAS & BROTHER,
at home under the Johnson House. The great
American CORN DOCTOR warrants a run- for
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INOliOWING NAILS.
Also Tonsorial Professors, will icive strict atten
to every branch of thirir profession. Shavine,
ShamtKinnirisand Hair Cnttinir done with nuHtnos
dispatch. Hair and whisker, dyed. Color
warranted to stand.
oct w.xm PROFKfSOR J. TIIOMA8 k BRO.
Gnrg tkayj:lix snAwis,
Q0A f. A- IaWHI ft CO.
Grcai Jew England Kcmcdj!
DR. 3. W. POLLAND'S
WHITE FIXE lOJlPOim
It wun e&rlV In the SDl-inr nf tW tl.i.
roDiiiDiioii u orijinii. a mcmrxT or my mmf
IV MtflifttNl With AH irriiAtton nf (ttp thrnatet
attfii.W-tl with .hwtcm'nbl5 rough. I hud fur
smi ntfintlis prpviuui thought that m prepariltton
bavinp fur jt-, luuiif the inside bark of whit, pine
miKht be no coiniKiuuflfd to be very nnfftil in the
cawif thp throat untl liiDifn. To tt the vnltio of
It in -tri"Mrt' altwlrxrtwi
quantity of the mwliriiie thmt I bad been planning,
ani Rave it in teanwouful loef. The result was
xci-edrtiy gratifying. .Within two days the.
irritatiuu of the tbr throat waa removed, tiie couh
ulnii,iit nud A Htly cure wan effected. Soon
alter tliiN, I nfiit ftouie to a lady in Loudou (tarry.
N. H., who had Iwn tattering for some weeks from
a bad rough, orrafionfd ftiesdden cold, and had
raiftcd niucuN streaked with Idood. She soon found
relief, fcTt, 1(ir mnre( phe aboat ten
onnrtM nf i nnd got Well. J. B. Clarke, ed
itor of the MrtnchU-r Itailfr Mirror! a-ad a trial
ui inenmueprt'ixamtioh in the cne of a severe rolil,
and was cured immediately. He wwr so highly
pieaseu wun the renult. and so confident of sue
cess attending its ntsrlf aiaaus. i-f r the public.
that he finally nTru'ted me to gife it a name and
send it al-romi to-rVnrr1 the stinVriifvr In Notetn-
her, 1K5. I firnt ail vert wed it under tho Uatne of
Wliite Tooiid Compound. In tiro yarti from Uml
iiurc ihic umu wru w uuieKHieu in fliancnefiier
alone owe AnnrfrM rfofwt' wfA, Where it took the
lead of all the coush remediva in the aiarket, and
tt edit ntaiittHtnM that position. There in cmid
re;uioQ fur all this : it is very soothing and healing
in its natnre. is warminc to the utomacli. anil
pleasant withal to the taste; and ia exceedingly
"As a remedy for kidney complaints, the White
Pine Compound stands unrivalled. It was not
originated for that purpose, but a person using ifr
ior couku, waa not ouiy cureu ol tne cougli, hut
wan also cured of a kidney difficulty of ten years
stiiudiiig. Since that accidental discovery, many
thousands have used it for the samt complaint, and
na e own completely curea.
The above was written hy Dr.. Polland in 1850
Sim-e then, aa in Manrhester, the White Pine
Compound has taken the isadV of all Cough reme
dies, as well as preparations for the care of Kidney
difficulties, in every city, town, village and hamlet
throughout tbe New Kngland States.
The ast year has given great opportunity to test
the virtus of Uie White Poaud Compound. It baa
been an unuxiKil time for Colds and Coughs, and
very large quantities of the White Pine Compound
have leen sold and used with the happiest eaTects.
It speaks well for the -Aleaieine, and the people
wiHru ii is prepared are nign in im Acaum ij
Une bottle of this Compound is general It suffi
cient to remove a bad cough, and frequently 1 have
a cold entirely removed in two days, by using lex
than half a boUle. Jroni one to two teattBuonfuLa
is a large dose. I sometimes put a little white su
gar and hot water with it, when taken on going to
The limits to which I purposely confine myself
in this circular, will not allow of thai, full expres
sion which 1 would like to give in favor of the
une rine i-oniponnfl. it ts universally aumtreu
by an who ase it- it has attained to such a popu
larity aliumg those whose opinion is valuable in.
deed, that vunHtf may possibly in part prompt tne
to record more here than hurried people mill have
pHc twice io reau , my i wiu atop, vy merely recom
mending to all who need a rough or kidney remedy
to test the virtues of tW Huh Pink Compound.
. TESTIMONIALS.. X
A very large number of important testimonials
have already beeri fcelved iron Ptryitfeliiis, Cler-
gmen, Apothecatiet and indeed, from all classes
in society, apeakiiig intbe vwtt fldttertuf terms Y
the White Pine Comiound.
, Pr. Nichols, of North field, Vtfsayi:
"I firwl the Wlril IVmpountf w'be rervTelttna
rions. not only in ctmglia aud other Pulmonic aflr
tionK, but alno in a fleet ion of the kidneys, debility
oi cue eiuniacD auu oilier ainurva organs.". , '
Rev. J. Chas9, of Rumney, N. H., writea:
" I have for - years repank-d fnhr White Pine
uoTiii.riibv as 'an lnvntnaDie remMtv:r lewntrajy
any that I regard it as even more efficacious than
ever. J have just taken, the Compound for a, cold,
and it works charmingly. " . .
lion. P. 11. Sweetser, of South Reading, writes:
" Having lonjr known aomcthfnc of tho valnnblc
medieiiiiil proKitieH of the White Pound, 1 was
prered, mi seeing aa advertisement of yourWhitf
Piae Compound, to phe the medicine trial, tit
hu been used by niemiiers of my family for several
years, for colds nnd coughs, and in some cases of
serm ne nittuey dilnt-uMies, with excellent results.
Several uf our frieiulH hare also received mucli len-
rtit from the Compound. We intend to keep it al
ways on nana.
KEV. II. D. HODGE,
West Randolph; Vt-t who is a practicing phy-d-cian,
a Welt air prearber,--in a k-ttwe to Dr. P.,
dated May 21, 181, iay:. "1 nnd it an excellent
mediciue in dUcase.1
FUO.II A BOSTON PASTOR.
BosroXi Jannarv 1, 1$R2.
!?. J. IT. Pnlhit1i it. It - DarMir! Y..ar
Vhite 1'ine ('onir(.nn(1 has Iteeh tl-ed in m own
family, and I know nf others who have used it, al
ways with a good effect, nud 1 feel fully justitied.
and it is with pleasure that I sav that I regard it
unlike most preparations of the dav) as wholly
of the entire contideuce of the public.
Not only do 1 consider it a safe, but an efficient
for all diseases of the throat.
FKO.U JAMES J. HOYT.
BRAproan, N, II., September, 1800.
Pr. the fall of 1KVT. I took a very
cold, which brought on a very so vere couch, pain
the sitlu and lunes. and raisinc blood, I was
very badly a 111 ir ted with that troublenome
tisease, the lviUney Complaint. Jror the three
years past 1 have been very much troubled
it Ii my throat aud lungs, rhokintr up and raininz
immensfl sight; with a bad cough after raising
bioott ; i Kit thai my time Here must be short un
less I soon got relief. In the spring I Was induced
try your White Pine Compound, though my
faith in it was small. But to my astonishment,
before I had taken two bottles, my cough was bet
ter, the kidney trouble also, and I could rest
nights without choking up and raiding so much. 1
have tken nearly three buttles, and am feeling like
1 would add that my father's family is inclined
roncuniption, my father, mother and two sis
ters having died of it.
Several other clergymen and pnysicians have
also written to Pr; P. highly approving of his
White Pine Compound.
FltOIU ELEKY E. CAIIOON.
BaKWffTra, Hasa., March
Dr. PoJuud,- L feel it my duty to inform you of
the very great lenelits 1 have received from the
use of your White Pino Compound. - In August,
l tmijc a very severe cold, which roiitinmd to
atiHct me, increasing in severity, attended with a
cTy liard cough, night sweats, and some bleeding,
pvtmably from the throat. Through the fall and
winter my cough was very distressing, redncing
my flesh and strength, and rendering me unlit for
labor.. I tried medicines of various kinds, but
ne of then), however valuable, gave me any re
lief, in March, 18H2, aa yon may remember, I
wrote to you, stating my difficulties and asking
advice. You sent m some of the White Pine Com
pound. I commenced taking it, and immediately
began -to amend. At the time of writing to you,
my weight was only 135 pounds. In five weeks I
was out in activelabor.and in a lew montha had
gained up to a HiO pounds. I know that it was the
White Pine Compound wbich did all this for me. I
toon beg a to have persons apply to me for the
medicine, and, as you know, I ordered it for sale.
In eiht months, though without making much
exertion, 1 dtsjKiscd of 640 bottles of the Compound
here on the Cape,
I would add that sererai persons of my acquain
tance, whoet) conditio wan aa hopeleee aa my own,
have been cured by the White Piue Conipouud.
Tiie White Pine Compound advertised at length
our columns is not only as to its name inviting,
but a highly approved medicine. Dr. J. W. Po
land, the inventor, hart the confidence of the many
who know him, a confidence which he enjoyed
while laboring usefully many years as a Baptist
minister, liis experience a a sufferer led him to
make experiment which issued in his medical dis
covery. Boston Watchman aud Reflector.
The editor of the Munchenter Daily and Weekly
Mirror, in a leader of the Daily, thus speakB of the
Compound : , a, .
Tho White Pine Compound ia advertised at
much length in our columns, aud are are happy to
that tho demand for it is increasing beyond
previous expectations. Jtis the very Destined
iciutj for roughs and colds we know of, and no fam-
ly tlimt hat once used it will ever be without it.
We speak from onr own knowledge, it I sure to
kill a cold, aud pleasant as sure. The frreateet in
vention come by accident, and it is singular that
tbe White Pine CouiKuiid, made for Colds and
Conhs, rdiould prove to be the greatest. remedy for
kidnev difhcultie. known. But so it ia; wt cannot
doubt it, flo many testimonials come to na from
weti-known men. tfesiueft, the character of Dr.
Poland is such that wa know ka will not counte
nance wrong. Fur years a Baptist clenryman.
study -ng medicine to find remedies for his ailments.
it a a Alelicate coahui)iptivto:loolt,'atandttig with'
-fpuf u)w tiie ftrpve, Lie laaxl the iiacovecy.
which has aavel himself and called out from huu-
dre-ln of others the strongetit testimonials possible.
We have knowu Ir. Poland fopveara. aad never
knew a more (Nmech'nttons, honeat, upright man,
and we are glad to state that we believe whatever
says about his Whk Pine Compound.
Would yoi iAtnk favorably ofJXig-mtKcxttt,
carrul when vurcUi3inffii tliat it is the
WHITE WJJirOUA'n liat is offered
you, as we knowHhtrt other prtjmraiions have
oeti paimcti vjr jor it oy wrrpTimijJtva. ueuiera.
The WIiKe Tine Compound,,
1 ..- !" T'-
Manufactnrt-tl. at the.
NEW ENGLAND BOTANIC- to E POT,
106 Hanover Street, Boston,
.r! '.'T ' ': ! r, r,' I
GEUKGE W, BVTT, M. D., rro.ric tor ,
Jtcr. 'i. w. rottixn; 31. b'.
B3. SWEfT will attend to thebnsineaa d-rart-
moa to nbvm oil vrders sbould be adureased.
Tuld by WiuUsale and Retail Dealers in
- . Juttlieme evenwhere. .....
SlItMIA'ns AND VAN SC'ITAACK, '
CHICAGO, ILL. i
JOHN D. PARK,
C-ENEBAt AGENTS FOB TOTS TTEST. 4 ,
14;5tdeTgat;5tw 1 ' ' ' '' '
2Q0 B0L1AKS ;
OR SPERMATTOKRUtEA, CLEKT, AC,
: j . AND ' .
V , Impotency Cured,"
AFTER ALL OTHER TREATMENT FAILS.
Fnrnaerlvof New York City, will rar w hoiHlred
dollar iortlie proof that he ever fain to cere th-'tH.ve
nauietl digues, lie will pav tin-ftinie unm fn tlte
proof that any otlier r,hri-uin in the United bUtea
treats tbe same hscns-s with et.ual unccess
Aftermanyyeaniof Ubornu study sd experience
ur Uioeon is nappy in i-einc able to auuoinirc o me
unfortunate, that he bae perfected a system of treat
. THK 8PEEDT AND rtRSlAWENT CRB
of the above, and aluo all contagious diemaea of the
Reproductive tiraus, with ail bad ellecU arising
therefrom, Including General
DEBILITY OR KtfKYurf PROSTRATION.
rTehaasveceeded iururinc cjiws In thii city, some o
whom bail expended huii'In-di of lri?Rrs with I f-
strled physioians, who protiwt to treat all priva
miiiadies with ucctx. aud without recciviug tiie
leat pnrtiehi of beneht.
Dr. GihsoD does not lmst that he is a member of
some ("oll.'ee iu Loudon or Pafis( n perhapa some
o there do for the urMe of eumntritig the iiiuoceut,
and who hold out crcat expectation, never to be
realized. But what tr G m tali I boat of in tins, that
he is able to KiviM-utiro fnlita lion to thone. who r-
Kw coufidenre 1n hi nliilitv atnl intecrity, and that
ha terle-teil an Ariirrtmn y,icru of treatment
which challeiiircM miy I'liviirian nf L-iftdon or PhWh
ot any patent mediciue, to ciu:il lorthu rActintlcuie
of seminal weakness, and all diri',ii-es or di-Mtim.
both mental and physical, arieiug from oxu-
ai or serrel aou.-w -
Or ttilrwn nlKo cnirma forliw new treatment lb
followtiiir advantases over all otheri yvt disciver.i
And. first, the a'-nts n-"il are in no rf i t in Hi-
acrentbie; bouses no rehi iii'f ib dnrk ns-x, such aa
mercury, or any oilier Oeieieriou- iiruu ; secoinliy
no restriction Hi diet or bu-tineMi is required; third,
hlstreainiunt isooMitive and certain in all cas-s Id
stands pr.-paivd to trn into any pnMic or private
hoepiUiltn the t'tiittil Stiitef. and lmoutrute the
immeniie snperitritv of his new Innftm ni nvi-r nv
otlter now known. in (hn wtrld. iu phtt of promrt-
nnw, pennajieuw , uiuuuim, tKaKij auu cuuveuieuce
to tne patient.
Ir Giltrwn is permaiienJlv Iocatel in CleTeland.
and has dnrlnir tm r,K' five ye-trs performil many
f dm-asi'S auich lnl r years rt-eited
other mode of treatment. Reference can b.' triven
toindividnals of tlin lirst P-nprcJabilicy in CleTelaiHi,
B"hIiii, New ork and other ctHeK. iu regard to r-Kill
and iiiti-crity in all prof ilfil transactions. lv-
psia, itheiimattuni, hcrntiua. all dtsettKCH of the
riuarr Ortiaim. aud all L In unit; tret.-.l
with unperior succps.
MVsIedit ines sent to iuir nart of tiie cunntrv rm
receipt of ten dollars.
Dr. Giltson'i new work on PhriioloCT for sh t
PR . 1 B d O N ,
'PaorrEason or KLrcraopiTiiv and Mediciisi.
Office 1 14 Seneca stni't, a few doors from tjuoerior.
UP stairs, opposite Citv Hotel
Oftice lours iroin 9 to 12 and from 2 to 5 o'clock
imuv i.-nnnayw excepted t inn 17
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
A iTIiral F xqnial If, OrlKnlfi aaa Fm.
(rant Pcrlurtir, Dinliiim rrsiu th.
Rnre llraolirul I'lot,- from
arhich it taltca i(a nsme.
Manufactarcd ouly hy pil.l I.O.'V & SOX.
CF"' Beware of Coiuiterfoits..
Ash flr fialm Tnk wo nrrv
Sold by drulste general1..!
Jiith-! T!274(liw ' ' ' ' -: ' -
. tt-'rvr-sfiOBa to a. r. cijosket,
Sole Distillers or the C'clcuratcd
ALSO, DISTILLERS OF
ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS,
Wlilskirs of all Grades,
ANP DEALERS IK
OFFICE: 51 SO ITU WATER STREET,
P. O. Drawer 6S26. CHICAGO, ILL.
This beine tha rheiipest Spirit mrket in the
world, we invite the attention of Denier in Do
mestic Liquors to our Rwda, fcelius assured that
ran offer them wi:il in-lncenientn.
We would rail the pnrticiilnr Rttention of the
trade to our CuLUMBl AN Ol N, whicli is a dirttil
Intion of Bye, 31iilt, Win and Italian .Itiniper
Berries, and hns all tlio properties anu niivor oi
iniportwl artirle. wepl-j: R-t-owly
KAUFMAN & BRO.
Reipoctfh!ly rail the attention of thefr cnttomera
th? public penentty, to the fact that they have
removed from Ko. 1'J Public Square, to their huge
Hoop Skirt Manafactorj.
250 SITERIOR STREET,
No connection with aylH plaep in the city.
now work on better advantage lw rent, uot
the reuts that other have to pay. No
profit to manufacturer. All these inducements
Her IO our customers, wueiuer
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
Vt'e can a.fnre bargains in avi-ry atylaand shape.
We make the
Real French Style of Corsets and toe
latest btyle or blurts. ,
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
BEMBMBKB THE TLACB, , '
SITERIOR STREET, IF STAIRS.
Ordara ftllwl at short intico. ' . '
aoK KAIKMAN .t HKO.
Go ISuy Your.
,1 j ... .... . ; .
- AND ...
AT TOI UASTFACTOBY OF ..
Superior St uadcr Uie American,
- Arid nTp a S.--on.I Profit. Jy 17
tAPIESand GKNTLFMFN : Invite your
attention totheLINNKCSM YATTVINK PLANT
Vine is attracting the attention of the Amer
ican people, an n article of toniuierce a well ac lor
donieatiu ue, aud is likely to stiier!M'dt the moet
kinds of gruue wine or drnjred imitjtfioTis now in
lirectiona for cultivaliun and for tiie ajakinjr
the wine, with the delivery of the plants. Tiie
time for plan tins them ia in the Jil, N pttiu
ber till November. The shipping of plantit com
mences on the loth of aH-pteniLwr, at the following
new Tine plants (bulbs Trr flrt fl
... . " 3;.7V.
M ,i . M T, 6 $'
" " ...I3 f)
" ; " " ....;...25 00
New Ever-bearinff Strawberry, 12 strong plan
hy wail, 50 rent. Sent free hy mail for
contnrnsJ5 PoaMe and Fin! Hyacinths, 25 D
and Single Tnlipe, 3" C'rocdi, 4 Narc'ssa
Japan Lillies, 4 Iris, 10 Rattuilen, 10 Aueroon.
Please send your orders early to secure pla;
Afrents wanted in every town. Address A IOR
NEMAN, Dayton, Montgomery eountr, O, Letter
1. ' -p2& JMmw
THK WEST KR If MUSICAL WORLD.
October Number now rcsidr. Spnciuien copiet
ant. Terms p.r unumn.
orlt BRAINAHI) POV. 1ul,U.hr
recaiTed at . . .
.1S7 WeiiatU Home.
AHB MODE OF TflKATMENT 10
THE ACME OF PERFECTION. .
TT rs5rtTjTEi tha aecret amVn-h of this terrible
diaeaae. and elterittuiatea it, root and branch, fur-
It Remove all the wretched rymptoma cf tnis
loathsome malady, and avert covnauption.
It Cleass the head, deod.ries the breath, mat
afford the tnoet cratefnl relief.
It Alleviate, mora agon and silent suffering
loan torizn can tell.
It w Noted frr carins; th moat hopeless eaaea,
that every known menus failed Hi.
It 1'r.tK Hay, Kose and Periodic Catarrh, of tbe
most oMtinate and violent type.
oa of Catarrh or noiae ia the bead can re
liet its penetrating power.
Da. GrWBAi r.'s Catarrh Hmedy is a harmless
liquid, iidiah-d from tbe palm of the hand.
Da. H. Goon Ate 1 known throughout the coun
try, as the Author of the oly True Theory of Ca
tarch ver published Mode of Treatmentand
iLtpid Cure In all it form.
Vu. Goopalk Pamphlet on Catarrh ahowM ha
real hy every one. It can be ohtained at our near
et Aeucy, or hy sending a postage stamp to our
orhc. ; j - .
Price $1 00. feVnd a atanip for pamphlet.
C. R. PAUKEK, Bole Agent, 73 Bleecker street.
fiohl hy G. W. CLARK, ClrTeland. frtr:lt3
TUGKEIfy NO SKH U0R1I AS FAIL!
TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
CUBEBS AND COPAIBA.
I a Fsre. certain and apeedy cure for all diseases of
the U Udder, KidiM-ynand Urinary Ortcans, eithwr
Male or Female, frequeutiv performintr a perfect
cure in the abort space of Three or Four days, and
alwuv9 in lea time than al.V other preiaratinn. In
the ine of TARRANT'S HiMPOlKD EXTRACT
OF CI BKHS AM) COPAIBA there is ae need of
conlinenu-nt or change of diet. In its approved
form of a pante, it i entirely taatelena. and canaea
no anpleasaat seuaation to the patient, and TiQ ex
ixwuri'. It i now acknowledged tr the moet learn
ed in the Prr.fnion that it the above elaas of
(iueaeei., t'l'BKlW and C'OPIABA are the only
Two hVmejliee known that can be relied upna with
flny Certainty of rJiiecena. Tarrant's Compennd
txtruct of lubebv and CopaUa A KVB FAILS,
llannfactured oulv by TARRANT A CO.,
278 Greenwich street. New York.
JtfTfWd by DrugifiU all over the World.
my!): H I.
. IF BISECTIONS ABK FOLLOWED.
1FB.CAI.T. FOB A CIBUULAB, DESCBIBI5S
The symptoms of Catarrh, as they senerallv ap
pear, are at first vary slight. Person find that
they hare a cold, that they have frninent attacks.
and are more eeunitive to the changes of tempera
ture. In this condition the no may be dry, or a
alight diflchaire, thin and acrid, afterwards becom-
thick aud atlheaiv. Aa the tliaeaae Uscwmea
chronic, the (licliarres are increased in quantity
an1 chan-jetl in quality; they are now thick and
heavy and are hawked or couched off. The secre
tion are offensive, causing a bad breath ; the voice
thick and nasal ; the eyes are weak ; the sen of
the smell is lewne4 or uetttroyeu; deafness fre
ouentlv takes place. Another important and com
uion svmntmn of Catarrh in, that the person is
obliged to clear his throat in the morning of a
tlin-k or slimy ma conn, wtncn has fallen uwo from
the head during the night. When this takes place
the person may be sure that the dieae is on its
wav to tho lungs, anu shouiu lose no time la ar-
The above f re but few of the many Catarrh ym-
torn. - -
sinslc Bottle will last a Month To
be used three times a day
DS. D. IT. SEELYE & CO.,
SOLE rBOrKIKTOK8t CHICAGO, lLLIMOlg.
Lalorutory Lt Fret-port, Illinoip.
GENERAL AGENTS :
STRONO ft ARMSTBONG nrelaiii1, 0.
JOHN P. PA UK Cinoinnali. O.
JOHNSON Detruit, Mich.
FOIt SALE BY AU OCIGGISTS.
Old and young should use
It prevents or stops the Ilair
from fulling; Cleanses, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft and
Glossy, and the Head free from
It is tho best Hair Dressing and
rreservauve in tne world.
IRON AND NAILS.
Mem In St., and 5 & 1 on the Dock.
CLEVELAND WABEH0CSE OF THK
Lade Iron & Kail Works.
CLEVELAND WAREHOUSE OF
VTOLFE, EJOVTAKD & CO.'S
EICELSIOS GLASS WOBKS.
WHOLESALE AGENCY OF
Iliawatlin Xut and Bolt Works
WROUGHT IRON GAS PIPE AND
- MANUFACTURED BY
EA6T-E IR0.V A5D XAIl WORKS.
nrMrXH CALVIN CARR.
IKON AXD NAILS.
CLEVELAND, BfiOWN & CO
Xos. 29 and 31 Merwln Street,
n. ct.kvflaxd, raowK, lor.Ll a CO.
llTlanil 0. louogstown. v.
Slaunfactorcm and M'boleaale Dt-ulers ia
Bar, Boiler, Hoop and Sheet Iron
KAILS, CTT AND WBOUGIIT SPIKES,
HOT MB COLD PRESSED NUTS AND WASHE5S,
Cast and Spring Steel, Glass, &c.
Iron Pnltr. Kailrond n4 Mininr CommniM,
Phio nnl Brvlee BuiIor, Mkchinistt snd ilauu-
farturtr, who d'ttire a quality of Iron that will
pire entire ntiifrtiou, " rwn:tfnlly rqnetI
favor us with their ortlers, which nh&ll alwttvs
command onr prompt and can-fnl attention.
Rffrr to Basinesa 3Ien and Baukeri gviwraliy.
IB0N A3iD MIL WARH01SS.
(H, Cl, G7 1 CLEVKLA5D, f Vf. aWflT
Hirer Street. OHIO. 98 on theDock
Wholesale Agency for the lale of
Siiociiliergcr's Juulata 'ailst
IlHmmvr-mad Howhoei!, ShM-nlT(cer'8 Common
Juniata Sheet Iron, Shoenliertc-'r'B R. G. Sheet
mud f rvm Juniata Iron, HtHM-nberper's Juniata
BuihT 1'late, Juniata Nuts, bnare and Uexatcon.
Also B;ir Iruu, Window Glatta, Extra Berea
Griodnt'-Tiew. c. nf Manufacturer' prire. frl17
EYE AND EAR.
SR. J. B. McC05.ELl'S
EYE AND EAR INFEUIARY,
233 SIPEKIOR STREET,
r(.i,2: R: CLEVELAND. onTO.
DitSSOM'TIOX. The partnership nere
tofore existing between Henry B. Castle and
B. Douglas, under the firm name of R. B.
DOUGLAS & CO., is this day dissolved. The bns
inetts of the late Orm will 6e settled by IT. B. Ciu
R. B. DOUGLAS CO.
October 7, 1865, " oc0;3w
WE I5YITK IHS AaTlt3TIUJ
the Public to the merita of our Tw V World. r it
' . 1 1 ; M - -t t 4 ' , .
ed Preparations, known a
tOE'S COUGH BiLSl.il,
Thaoaeaaara, aafaAnd ipmltciM for ,X3
5J ir-.CBUUr, 5--.. -,: '
"'' SOfiE THEOAT1
'' ' -' ARB
JTha othar a Potilir Cora for '
1)T S P E P S I "A." "
r'5.' f !! :;
Io it worst atagfa, and &
- - , -DISEASES ,
-1 s : . z . .?... ,. t
Tbat originate in a
DISOBDEBED STATS . .
.' ' ' ' : ' : : ..; ;
STOMACH OR BOWELS
We warrant both ot theai ai i Data nr., warn
oar dirtfcUoaa ar. foUowed.
icnrea the mtmt Tioleiit
attarka of croup ro either
01a or voanK. .
enrea indigestion andcoa
tt nation in every caae.
enrea tiie worat colds
aureljr and epeeUily.
core ilintreaa after eating
enrea sore throat and
,eorene3,of the cheai and
aweeten'a the at onutch J
purine the breath
inr-tanuy atona noaroeoa.
xnrea boaraenetia and
mcioity anu rising oi lood.
tickling in the throat.
enrea nick healache,
airkne at tbcatomach.
and pain or cholic in the
relives a consumptive
icons: aa toon aa it ia
knrea influenza, aathma,
and all bronchial ailcc-
createii an appetite and
ffivee vijroT aud atrengtb Uuu,
to tne wuole system. I
COE'S- I COUGH BALSAM
DYSPEPSIA CURE is the hrmt bottle in
cures flatulency, weak- the world for the price,
nen and general debility; therefore not only the
it makes the weary aiubi-jbeat, bat the cheapest
ions, the feeble at rone.
medicine ex taut.
the debilitated healthy
for It eaablea tlte patient
to takf plenty of healthy
food, which ia tbe parent
Over One Million Bottles
ol tne iXHiy.
-jase .sold annually, and
ine people au pronounce
it tbe best cough prepar
ation they ever used.
allown yon U eat a hearty
meal without lear of dis
tress afterward, for it
wuranted to KIT "St
ifartion, or the money
No famil ran afford to
will atop it a soon aa it
is a. purely veTtabI
preparation, contains no
opiates, no poimm, noth
ing h artful, but acts
promptly, surely and in
In the hoase, ready for
' TORTY CENTS.
The bottle holds more
the beat remedy in the
world for Dvsnepsia, In
digestion. Sick Headache,
car U turn, sever and;
than any other at the
and, in fact, all diseases
or pains ia the atomacbj
The me lie tne Itself fs
warranted superior to all
Sold by Drnflritiflts rr.
Sold by DrvEzista ev
ery where. price OISK
vltli A it per bottle.
C. G. CLARK & CO,YroPrs,
New Haven. Conn.
DEM AS, BARNES A CO.,
No. 21 Park row.
F. C. M ELL8 CO.,
No. 115 Franklin street.
H. B. HEM BOLD,
No. 594 Broadway.
Retailed by all Druggists in the city and country.
Lyotfs Periodical Drops,
Tie Great Female Remedy
These Drops are a scientifically componndedflaid
preparation, and better than any pills, powders or
nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct and
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer
tain specific for tbe curs of all obstructions and
suppressions of Nature.
Thir popularity la indicated by tha fact that
over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and consumed
the ladies of the United States, and every one
them speak in the strongest terms of praise ot
their great merit. .
They are speedily taking-tbe place of every other
remedy, and are cons idered by dealers, con-
snmers, physicians, and all who know anght ot
them, as the sorest, safest and moat hifall table pre
paration in the world for the cure of all female
complaints, the removal of all obstructions of Na
ture, and the promotion of health, strength and
Explicit directions, stating when they may be
nsed, and explaining reasons why and when they
should not be used without producing results cob
trary to tbe course of Nature's chosen law, will be
fonnd carefully folded around each bottle with tbe
ignature of Dr. JOHN L. LYON, without wkich
none are genuine, TUey are prepare, a ine
laboratory of JOHN I. LYfci, .T.?N;sWJ-
street, New Haven, Conn., who can be consult
either personally or by mail (inclosing stamp)
concerning all private diseases and female wek-
C. . CL AH K AND CO.
I Gen'l Ag'ts for United States and Canadas.
For sale iu New York by
' DEM AS BABNES k Co.,
- . No. 21 Park Bow,
J. C. WELLS k Co.,
No. It5 Franklin street.
No. 50 Broadway.
CHAS. N. CBITTENT0N,
No. 38 Sixth Avenue.
And all Drnggfate nnd Apothecaries in the city and
country. ' '
8TB0N0 k ABMSTBOXfl, AgenU, Cleveland,).
T.01.D PM1TH, Westem Agents, Chicago, III,
CIK VEIAS D,t 0L13IB I S i IIA'I'H Jiii
. H and aftor M.milaT. Oitober J3, ISteS.
VJ ger Traina will ivars tlereJuiMl aa Ivllwa-
MlralnJ tsA. M. flXCISSATI EXPBESS
toprins at B.tmi, Uraftun, einnsion, Ar.
IoHiku, Kh.lbr, Crtatlinx, GalK'U, Iberia,
Cilead, Canlip-t.M, A.bh'T. If'awara. and
Worih.Diftrm. arnringat folnatbaa at
P. It.. C iumuH l M . Indinnapulia,
J:3U P. M , .tncarTia Crratlinf, 11"" P. M.
M Train2:iS p. M. JiEW TOKK ASB EST-
IS APlitS, .t-rin- at B-rea, raf
- toa, tlliiistun, toD.loa, anil all la-
twna aili r Nr. Lnlon, arrinng at
Cutmubu. at 9 P. X., ciucimiati 4:U A.
Mi, Chic-u', ia Crrathn. . 40 . M.
bl'lttm IIS P. H -ALI.S '.KSVSGIK.
J-opa at all stations, .rr,tr. . uliua at
41b. ,,. a:ju P. M. STr EXPRESS!, atop-.id-
at (irafe-D, W.-llinr;tn, K, i,in.,.,
MufltiT. CrtlS Oali.in, Oilcad farJini:
anil I)rl'-trf, arn.nig ( ulambna at
3;4i A. VfOtiana" ihoo A. U., tndi.na
r.i liuw !., Caicago Tiat'roitlin,, IkM
Traina Iran f olumbna at 10: a. a., 2 in r. ,
ana H-.ti p. m. Arri!at L'lmlaad
M., .TP. M., M"- "
INDIAV-aitls ANl WESTERN CXPHRSa
tJaljoa at ti:0 A. M., ai ri u u.,.
Iaej;iu a. Jl.
6hallv-,!anlusY, Mauan. ld A Sewar ISailroad,
tr, Man.nclO, Ml- Vt-tauav Kewai. Zaa.-
. ill.. A.v
OwtVuiw-lPittabnrpli.rt Wvne ri.i, i nso railroad
- f.r r,.rt, I ,nui..ar I.-., jl ,'
lor Maa.tr.. oo.t. r, MaM.ilroo. 4c
The lirKtwa Traina aiake .lir-l con-
Tort W... .' J-'"'-
Tole.,V,abab and t-rrat Weatera Bail-
Gion'l..nt.in. Huilroad I.jn', Ma
rrn Brll.-f..nt .rnr. S,.ln-y. I num. JlnncM.,
Tille LoolCTiile, Cairo. St. tollis, o.
wanatlwith Sprti.j.-aeld llran.hfcr .-prin
W-W, I. .
tratti bus Little Miami ,MB ,
Terre Hautr, St. L.ui. ''""" "''
and Uim iunati. and itla ibe JtiO and Mi.
laaiopi Railroad Ci
aacinnatV-for L. uii"Me, tn.T.-, j o..
Loam, an all vwinia
rnlmnK i'.....!- .ihio Kallroau ror fitrnari,.
Zane.yilKVh.vl.ns c; Colnmbns I
dianaixi':. Central tuilroada (or Vuiua, I r-
M-P-'ir tketa to all points and information P
plj atVn. I'aarenKrr Station, aud at the Laioa
Tlcltct Office, 147 Superior atnet rLlsT
Ck-teland. 0. t. 24, W. 8np.Tiiiten.lent.
le5. U 1 TKK AUItANGKMfcNT. le--
0T and after Mon.laT. Oet. !M, Paraent-er
Trains will ran aa follow., (SnndaJ ext. ptedj:
. LEAVE CLKVKtASD:
8:45 A. M. SEWTtiKK 11 KKa.M-crnpi.inB ai
Wilioui;lil'V. I'aiio-fr. iiir,j.-io-'. ......i,
Kinmville "ainl tiiiard. ami arrirea at Erie
at9 1t A.M., Dunkirk 11:10 A. St., llnllalu
1:10 P. M-. ew Xork 7:O0 A. M. and liostou
t:S0 A. M. PAY EXPRESS THAI ftofpins at
Al.ll.ula. Connraat andGirard only, and
arrireat Erie at 1:JU r. ., Dunkirk 3: V r.
a., Bunaloo:3 r. a., New York at l-:oo a.,
Boston 3:"0 P. 5t.
: T. M. CINCINJT ATI EXPRESS TRAIN
Stoppiac at Paine.rille, Ashtabula aun dir.rn
oulv, aud arrive at Erie to:' r. M.t Dniikn k
SMt. ., BuO.lo 10:00 r. ". ?'ew York
3:45 r. Boston I, jo e-
3:35 P. M. MAIL AS1 ACCOJiaODATIOJr
Stoppins at all atations, and arrive at Erie
7:55 r. a.
:00 P. M.SIGnT EXPRESS THAIS Stopping
at Pafnesvillf, A.htaliula and uirnr.l only,
and arrive, at Ei ie t:4o a. a., Dunkirk A47
A. a., Butliilo i:M A. M., Sew York 10:5 r.
a.( Boston 11:50 p. a.
1:00 A. M. HTAJtW)AT EXPRESS TRAIN
Stopping at tiiraril, Louueaut, Antaoula and
l'Hiuesviile only, and arrives at Cleveland at
6:05 a. a.
J:3o A. M.-MCHT EXPRESS TRAIN Stop-
pinit at Uirard, Astital.ula and Fainesville
onlv. and arrive, at Cleveland at 7:lo a. m.
:15 A. M. MAIL AND AtllOIMuKATIoM
TR A IN M..pm- at all stations and arrive,
at Cleveland lli:"li A. a. .
10:15 A. M. ToLEIHt K.X fBFSS TK AI Stop-
pinp at all .iniien. escpt wanvni,
br.Hk, l iiionviHe, Perry, Mentor and Wit-k-lilfe.
and arrive, at Cleveland at '.i:15 P. a.
SiX f. M. DAY EXPKKSttTBAIN Stopping t
Girard, Conneant, Ahtabnia and fainesvuie
only, and arrive, at I'leveland :5 p. a.
' Second Clusa Cara are run on ail through
All the tmra. ffoinr weetvranl connect at lIeTe-
land with trains for Toledo, Chicago, Coluu1l.11.,
Cincinnati, lndianaljli., St. Louis, Ae., and all
thrnu!rh train Koin Eastwnrd connect at Dun
kirk with the trams of tl.a Erie Rfiiway; and at
Buffalo with tli.me of thn N-w York C.ntral Jt
Erie Bnllron.bi fop New. York. Allvinv, B.iet..n,
Niagara t'alls, Jic., and at Erie with traina oa tha
Pliilsdelpliia & Erie Railroii'1, for Corrv, Titusville,
Hole City and the ?r.-at Oil Kcious.
a9?"Ihiv Express Eant and W.-.t. connects at
Oirard with trains on Erie ft Pitt.l'nrh Uailroad
Lincsville, M.a.lville, Jim'.town. Ac.
H. NvTTINUUAM, Snptrintindeut.
nereland. tt. SJ, 1S'.
Change of Time, October Ctli,
ATLANTIC & GREAT WESrN RAILVAT.
Tbeonly lubrokcu broad Ouae Route
TO THE EASTERN CITIES.
fllWO Trains Iaily Leave Cleveland, from the
Atlantic k 4irt-at Western Depot :
DAY EXPRESS 9:20 A. M.
Arrive in N. w York : P. M.
NIGHT EXPKKSS H:3-' P. M.
Arrive in New York . UUO P. N.
Trains arrive at Ciuvclaud at 7:40 a. h., and
Trains for Yonnftnwn hure Cleveland at :40a.
., and 2: -to f. m., arrive at CleveiauU if: 66 A. M..
fc.")0 p. m.
This is the onlv direct route to the Oil Becions
FAssenirers by the9:'Ji a. w. Express Train dine
MVadville, aud Sleeping Car st Salami nt-a.
rasseneers nv the r. n. Ssaprttts irain. eet
Sleeping Car at Clevelnnd.
ihe iHiirht JLxnress leaves nnuay mcht, insWMuI
Satnrduy night. All other trains daily, tun
Connects at MVanvtile, for (hi litv, fntnkhn.
Corry. and all points in the Oil Regions of Penn
sylvania. rassengers ny this route have ample time f J
inutes), at rviiuLir hours, for meah, and make
New ami e lee in Steepinz Coaches are attached to
For all information and thronch tickets, please
pply at the D-pot of th Atlantic A Great Utfi-
Railway, or at the Cuiuu Tivktt UH.ee, under
snibaer will rail for DassenirerB. bv lt-sriiif
directions at tbe above- offires.
D- Mt LARBN. Ceu'I Sup't.
?. T. VVT1.ru. firn. Ticket Ajr-nt.
CLEVELAAD TOLEDO RAILROAD.
-Vftj' -y-. y ." 'TV"' J-jvj
ON and after Monday, Sept. 18th, 18TJ5, trains
wili leave ClrveJuud daily as follows (Sunday
A. M. CniCACO EXPRESS, stops at Berea,
Gratton, Olwrlin, Wakeman, Korwalk, M.-n-roeville,
Believne, Clyde, r'rmont and hl
moreand arrivs at ToMo at lii:4 r. w
Chicago at 1!:(0 r. w., and Detroit a JO r
P. M.-WKSTERN MAIL tftope at all sta
, tions en t'Uthern Dniwion, and arrive at
Toledo at 7:.W p. u.T Chicato 5:45 a. aud
Detroit at r M
P. M. NORTH ERN MAIL Stops at all sta- :
tions on INortbern Division and urrivts at
Sattduekv at 7:10 p
P. M.-JS.ICIJT e.TVBESSsr.,t Grafton
- Morwalk, aotl rrcninitt. and arrives ia Tli-J.
at 2:M . a., I'lucag. at lijo r. a., and Ie-
- troit at 6:uv a. a.
Coonoctii.na ar nia!e at MonropTille with th
Sanrtnky,MaD!'a.-I1 K.nrk Rilrod;at t-an.lns-tf
with Dajrtoa Cincinnati Kailroail; at Fr niout
th. Kuni. nl t Indiana Kailroail ; and at To
Irdowith the MHhirsn Ih'nth.rn v..rli,. In
and Toledo Waha.h KailriiadV (or t'hiraao,
Dotroit, Jacki-nn, Tort Yinynr, Lopau.por,, Lafar
tte, Cairo. Alton, tt. Lnnig and aJI point. West,
Korthwost and Siutliwt.
Trains arrire in l'lerlanI from Toledo and th.
at it.M a. a.. 2:111 . - ..j - in . . lr.,m
Eandukyat9:15a. a. "' L. V. Bl't'KER,
lerelanil. Sept. is. 18n.. gnp.-rintend.-M.
and after Mon.lnr, May lf-th, lacs. Trains
leav, Cleveland daily (Sunday excepted) as fol
lowai . .
A. Sf . MAIL Arrireaiat Pittsnnrcb 4:" r.
a.; narri.inireu i.M A. a.; li:tltini.Te 7:1" -.;
Waehint-toa . a.; Philadelphia
S: a. a.; New Vork lo a. a.; V'heeie
r. a. Cennect at Hndaon with C. Z-
C. R. &. for Akron and Miil..r.l..irrh-
P. M. EXPRESS Arrives at Piti.nonrh at
r. a.; llarrborgh i ai A. a.; Baltimore
12:20 T. a.; Washington 4:40 r. a.; nolad.-!-.
phia 12:4U r. Jicw lork 2:45 T.M-i
P. M. AC'COMjrODATIOS For ITiidson and
, tnternwiiate Stations, Cuyahoga a alls, Aa
ron and Millwrsburitli, counettinir at l.rrvillo
P. t. W. c c. Kaiiway. for Canton, Ha.U
loa, Wooster and JliinffieM.
Cara raathroorh ftwai Pittsburgh toXew Tork.
Allentown) without chal-e"- .......
aHarar, as low as by any otner un.
rThroneh tickets can br prornre.1 at the Tnion
Office, Weiliieli House, at the bepot, or at
AUCUd Mreet Station.
J. H. PKVKKFrA, Pnrenntendent.
IKII JIFU Of ART.
Making and Ladies' Hair Dmslns
DAT, 46 PIELTSH ASE,
AIL IHE LATEST INVENTICSS IX fcIS WORK.
BE THE Itt.rsioN vir;It t. t, , charm.
CURLS FRENCH NATURAL RlMiLETS
n-L-eiveil Idirecta karao-nsaitsty of this beau
tiful hair. Ladies please call, examine and see lor
SWITCHES ANP BRAIDS A, large and well-aelre.teA-stoca"
always on b;uid.
WAIII-l ALLS. IU TTfcRFLY BOWS. EUS
SIE BOWS and FltKNCn HEAD-DKKSSES, mado
the advertiser eqnal to those no ported.
aLadiee'' own Braida made into aavofth,
Head-Dresses without injury to switch.
Ladies' Hair l)reasia, Curlmn and Hair Cutting
in tbe latest and most nrevailiux stvle
HAIR DT I NO Particular attention paid to
brancfa of tbe business. The best of Dye used.
HOT AND COLD BATHS always ready.- The
bathing apartments in the city. " IT
COWUS eVCO. HATE THE BEST
aaMNtiiwator SOLID SILVER W A U 5 in tlte
All oar Plain Wre i bumI Uj ua JU,n
parties wismnjt their own silver made np to oruer
have U nVne.
Thehttrtiest pYIf tn cask paid for any quantity
old siifer or coin", mnrifi