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Deaay, Impotence Bad law af Fewer, Senal Its 8mlaal Weakness, laatlf toaaaoaa, Cealtei DeMltty, Aa, aw, aaaipaM of M MM, containing important aaV ww a the afliieted. ens whioh should be reed arary aaOorar, a (a avaoa of oom la attmml stagse h pJalnla art tarta. Tw. staa-pe recnin la aai aoatei-e. lalfU:Bfca. AlAvy IMPORTANT TO WDIJ13 Dr. Har es rl ra rule ear Barer rat railed la reesoy Bf ditscalteas ariains- troai obetraotaoa, ar atoa aefe af aatare, ar hi restortnn: tha iratom to par act Beaesa warn naanna rrom aptaai aaacnoav I rVaiaaaaii CaKi. taa Wallaa. or etaar wfcB 1 taa Lwriu Onnaa. Taa PlJi an aorfMtlf aarai tau oa tha oamttatioa, aad maj bo takea by taa aot daHiato aaaala wltaoai oaaalag dlati tha aka ttaia UiT aet Uka a oaarai hj traactaaalac, larWcoratlsc aad rartorlDX hbo rorrtaai to a aaalth aoadlttoa, aad ay brlaaliit om tha Bonthlr parlol aith naalarlt. aa utiar feoai what eaaaia tha ahfiraotlaa auy araw. Thay aaoald, aovmr, aoa at takta darluc tea axat thrat aiaiM at fragaaa ay, tijonaaauiaiaay aoaM at taa rami. 'aaokboxaoaUlatdOallla. Prloa 1 00. fr. Eaaar't Taairua oa Puaaata of Ftlta, rraraaaey, Miaourlaaa, Barraaataa, StarUMy, Ba atoiaottua, aad Aboaia of Hatara, aad fphtrlnal lytaaLadlai PrlTaUMtdioai AdThar, a paaipBiat at M paaM, atat ma to aay aauraM. Btz rrwd lo nav aoataaa. rat pllat aad book wiU bt aaat by audi raai ia Ml anaiaa, aaa arapaia, ay i. hhtku, tl. D.. eaaaral Agaat, rio. to uaaar iu. flew lore Bold br all tba srlaoliial brnitiHtta. ZTw. OLAftK, Vtmui, Agont for OimUad. lnl-ffl?R8:ra.w.fAw BS-A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW Or pARRIAeE. Contaialag a early SOq pBaia ana 13U Da pltua ana aBgiaringv uf m nnunf of the Baroau Orguw in a ttate of Health and lte aaat, with a Treatlta apoa Harly Erron, iu U- Biorabla oouieaaencet npOD toe aima aaa ouay, with the Aataor't plaa of tretlroeot the oaly ra tional aad tucoatifsl aiuda of cure, at ahown by the nuort r.f eaaea treated. A trntbfol adTieer to theaiarried and thote contemplating marriage, who entertain donbta of thir phyglcal condition. Bent free of peataae to any addraea, on reoript of as oentt in ttaiupa uT poatal Dr. LA CKulX. o. 1 o. 81 Maiden Lane, Albany M. T. TheAnthor mar be contnlted apoa any of the diaeteet apoa wh ch hit book traata, either peraon ally or by mail, aad medicloaa tent to any pert of the world. mnl:l8 I-PHILO80PHY OP M ABBIA6E. Toe Proarletora of the Hew York Hnaeaai of Anat out have determined, rerardleet of exneaae, to M) ane free (for the beaellt of tnflerlng hamanity, aad anppretaion qnackery) fonr of their moat Inter eating and fnttrnctire Leotnret on Merriifre and Ita dleqoalilloatlona, aerroae ana rofmcai awomiy, Prematnre declioo of Manhood, IndljiettioB, Weak aeaa or Denreaaioa. ImDotency. Lett of Ineriry and Manly Power; the great booial I Til, and thota Maladlea whlrn retnit irom yontoini loiiiea, ez titant of matorlly, and Ignorance of Fhyitolofy and laws of nature. 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IACX BHAWLa LAJiA XPai aad aaawlal Porat Laoe Oa. laajal ...... a. i, kALDWlJI 00, DAILY LEADER. Ring, Loyal Bells. ta a B!n, loyl belU-iiBcomt freMehim? TbrlU, with yoorjoj, the glowiog -virl . 1 his fatarof bourn movent rue! Biag, lojaJ bii I pa) wJd jemr note. O'er bamUi'i toven ',ld Glory'1 fluataf Boar. cBBm, twd the bttbi rvtoand 1 Iat mrf flg its to! as ditvpUy ! Bpct tfe (ooai Bwa roand ud round ; 1 b ca of Fidom wIm io-dftj I Af e, poor it from your brMB tbroU, OrBaatac't waJU CHd Glory" llomU f RUifC. Ix'U I roar, enioa f Bfatmt, Mck tonmI iue cn.ita Dft uttro in vree lad Iitmi WuUbeytur notwef uiutio fluol Th Lord of Boats oar Ticlory giwtm ; Pl oa.sorM yonrcUs.rc aw! i at victory Uiat toreibMofli Ob, I id tb w Imm bowi Oott -peed, Tbr ugh avery ( aod bamUt lone. On libtoiog viret, or foaming iteej, Far bo oar Mod a great mrcy ktowa. Tfaet to Bie nanie a'l praite nay bo Wfaoglielb ut Iba victory, . Their doom wai tcakd wbea Grant est down With h'e b.oad brows aad drcoplag haad. Calmly before tbe Kahel tows. And w, t his web with tbiulnf thread, Tbe wab that aU tbeir armiaa apanntd And palsied each rebeJisBS band. LPe icebergs that the ran bs kissed. -With neither power to fight nor fly ; Bow haws tbeir bats dissolved in mist. Exhaled before bis Hon aye, Till wild itb Joy tba hills reload With eonqneat sareoar aims are orowoed ! MARRIED FLIRTATIONS. The last dvioe cadences of delicious. dreamy waits, acroea whoee waird aotea tb noul of Beethoven bad poured oat its magic Badness, were floating orer the crowd that tilled the ball-room of the fashionable Washington hotel ; there was the stir and murmur ot separating couples, and the ill' suppressed yawns of weary "wall flowers' uat louowea in tne wakeoi every brilliant waltz. Kate Elwyn stood in the xecess of the window, plajinp- carelessly with the ta aea jessamines and tuberoeeetof ber bouquet. while her blue, krrely eyes wandered anx iously trom one place to another, evidently in quest ot some familiar countenance, which they could not discover. There were few more beautiful faces than her own, even in that festive crowd, wnere nau the Denes ot the union bad brought their diamonds and brilliant eves to dazzle the grave politicians and law makers of the land. Bather beneath the medium size, with the fragile delicacy of a fairy, ber complexion bad tbe transparent waxen bloom that you look for only in children, while her heavy bands of golden hair lay over her somewhat low forehead in rippling waves of amber. Very dark blue eyes, translucent as a sapphire of the first water, and a little crimson mouth, carved like Cupid's bow, gave additional piquancy to ber face,aiid altogether she wag as perfect a specimen of the radiant blonde as one seer, out of a picture gallery, or a novel. Suddenly bar cheeks blossomed into rosea, her whole countenance brightened, as a tall and lather elegant looking gentle man languid!? sauntered toward her. "Charley, 1 thought you never were coming i" 'X ve only been down to thesupper-room for a few moments, my dear. I'm sorry you i : i . . v r i . nave juiaaeu iuc Auyiuwg X can OO tor you now ? Yes do get my fan and shawL and we ii go up stairs, it s alter one o clock, and m completely urea out. "Couldn't, mv dear." said Mr. Elwvn. breaking a moss rose from his wife's bo- uet, and las ten in g it jauntily into his coat I d engaged for three waltzes and a quad' rille. Mits Raymond would never forgive me for deserting her." Kate s up curled haughtily, and a deeper shade ol crinr son stole into her cheek. "Jealous, eh?" laughed her husband. patting her bright hair lightly. "Now, Kate, that's a little too silly of you. JJon't you know that at a place like this a man is expected to make himself generally agree able to the ladies ? Pray, my dear, don't become so aosura ana ridiculous as to' "And so," in terra peed Mrs. Elwyn, bit terly, "your wile s wishes ana conveniences are secondary to Miss Baymond's will." "ihe green-eyed monster has certainly invaded your peace, my love I" said Mr. Julwyn. Upon my word, l have always givea you vreuit n't a utue inure common . j:t e. 1 . . 1 tense.' "Charier," said Kataquietly, and without heeding the careless sarcasm of his tone, "I am weary of this round of senseless gayety ; am sick ot tne tumult ana vanities ol Washington. 'Will you take me home ?" "Why, A-atei alter ail your anxiety to pass a winter in tne great canter of social and political life I Vou have been teasing me ever since we were married to indulge you with a season in Washington." "I know it, Charles," she meekly an swered, trying to suppress tbe tears that were brimming to her eyes, "but I have at last learned tbe folly of seeking real pleas ures anywhere but in the precincts of one's home. My taste for gayety is satisfied, and you can't imagine how homesick I feel Low anxious to see the dear little ones again. When will you take me home, Charles ?" "Next week, perhaps, my love or the week after, if you positively insist upon it." "O, Charles, why not go to-morrow ?" "Impossible, Kate. 1 am positively en gaged for every day this week for drives and excursions in the neighborhood of the city." "Engaged 7" repeated Kate, opening her blue eyes. "I knew nothing of these arrangements." "No, my dear, I suppose not," said El wyn, lazily. "Did you imagine I was go ing to come and ask your permission every time I wanted to drive out with a lady or smoke a cigar with two or three gentle men t" Kate's lip quivered and she turned quiet ly away. Charles Elwyn looked after her with an aroused expression in his eye and a half smile on his lip. She's jealous, as I live V he muttered. Jealous of Aurora Raymond and the pret ty widow. Well, let ber pout it out at her leisure it will never do to encourage this sort of a thing." If he could have seen her a few mo ments afterward (Just when he was whirl ing 'through tbe waltz, with Miss Ray mond's midnight curls floating over his shoulders), sobbing in the silence of her own dimly-lighted room, the golden hair all unloosened from her hair-pin and jew eled comb, and her blue eves looking like morning-glories drowned in rain. Well, perhaps it would have done him good, per haps not. It is not always best to let a man know the full extent of his power over that miserable little captive, his wife it is astonishing how much the sex delights in tormenting ita victim. There is always one blessed avenue of relief open to woman kind, however a good cry! No wonder that Kate Elwyn felt better when she wiped away the shower of tears and brush ed back the lovely rippling tresses from her fevered forehead. "What shall I do?" she murmured to herself, deluging her handkerchief with rose water and trying vainly to cool her burning eyes ; "what ought I to do ? Oh, 1 wish I had never come away from home it's a judgment on me, for leaving my dear little babes in the hands of cold hire lings. I was happy before I ever thought of this hollow, deceitful whirlpool of fash ion." She burst into fresh floods of tears, as she remembered her husband's last words. "It was cruel of him to speaK in that cold, sneering way to me, she sobbed. "Have I lost all the spells he used to tell me I possessed?" If he only knew how these things hurt me, I am sure he would treat me in a far different manner." She sunk involuntarily back, as if some rude hand had struck her, aa Miss Bay mond's clear, melodious laugh suddenly floated up audibly through the closed door of her room. And then she aet her com pressed lips together, and a new look caret to his his " no in for a up not to at into the liquid depth of her wet blue eyea. The gilded minute nana oi mecarveu Parisian clock on the mantle had traveled twtoe around the circlet of enameled fig ures before Kate Elwyn lifted her gaze from tbe bunches of Velvet roses in tsecar- Dat. What was she pondering on 7 Sitting up, eh, Kaie? Why I thought you were tired to death,' " said Mr. El wyn, as he entered the room, and his wile i 'i . l i v. A waIamaJ aua aown ner uwe. uu .aiwum with a bright careless smile. "Yes, I have been go much interested in that delightful book," exclaimed Kate, en thusiastically; "1 do wish I knew whether Sir Ouy gets the property or not." "She has got over her sulks amazingly quick," was tbe busDana s internal com ment, as he kicked off his boots and lazily unfastened bis lavender neck-tie. "Ob, thank you, Mr. Elwyn, I've had such a charming ride I" And Aurora Raymond sprang lightly from the carriage step, one liny gloved hand resting lightly on Mr. Elwyn's arm, the other holding up tbe folds of her vio let new mantle, ne voucnea nis nai gal lantly, as she tripped up the hotel steps, all smiles and dimples. "I wonder if Kate would like a turn round Jackson Square before dinner," he said to himself, consulting bis gold watch. "i ll run up and see poor little thing. He sprang up tbe stairs two steps at a time, and burst into his wife's room. "Put on your bonnett, puss, and we II take a ride," he exclaimed. "Hello, she isn't here what the mischief does this mean?" No she was not there neither was her blue velvet hat with the white ostrich plume, nor the magnificent Cashmere shawl that had been sent from India for her wedding present just five years ago, and Mr. Elwyn came slowly down stairs again, feeling much inclined to get into a passion. l)o yon know where my wire is r be asked Mrs. Art worth, a lady who spent one half her time at the hotel windows and the other half in catechising the servants, and who consequently knew ail that was to be known concerning people's out goings and in comings, generally. "She s out riding in Colonel warring ton's barouche been gone ever since morn ing," returned the gossiping matron, with great promptitude. uut ndingi" jsiwyns brow con tracted. HStrange very strange," he muttered. to drive out in that sort of a way without so much as saying a word to me 1 I always fancied that Warrington a puppy, andl m sure oi it now. He went down and dismissed the equip age, ana then return ea to the drawing room, as restless as tne wandering jew, After one or two gloomy turns across the long apartment, be sat gloomily down in tbe window rececs. iven Aurora Ray mond s pretty lisping chatter could not in terest him now. "Would Kate never come?" he thought, as he looked for the fortieth time at his watch. She came at last, just in time to run up stairs for a hurried dinner toilet came smiling and lovely, with her hair blown about by the fresh wind, and her eyes sparkling brilliantly. Elwyn dog in the manger as ha was could have knocked Colonel Warrington down for the involun tary glance of admiration with which he looked alter bis lair companion. Presently Mrs. Kate re-appeared in a magnificent dress of lustrous silver green silk, lighted up by the Hash of emeralds at her throat, and frosted green mosees drop- pingrrom ber oair. "Why nave you put on that odious green dress?" asked Elwyn, catching at some slight pretext as an escape valve lor bis in- humor. " Xou know bow much l dislike green." "V, well," said Kate, nonchalantly, "you are so fidgety, Charles. What difference can it po&Eibly make as to whether I wear green or yellow 7 It is entirely a bygone fashion for hmbanda and wives to study one another s whims, a la .Darby and Joan We drees entirely to please the public, the gay world, you know. And I put on thij silk dress to please Mr. Uarnett he ad mires green so much ! ' Charles Jilwyn stared at his wife in speechless astonishment. What did it mean f she had always been the humblest slave to his slighest wUh or caprice and nowshesmilinglysethimatdefiance. What evil spirit possessed her I che never came near him all the evening never sought bis approval by the little shy glances of appeal or the questioning looks that naa been so inexpressibly dear him. No she chatted away, bewitch- ingiy self-reliant, tne center ot an admiring group, until Mr. Elwyn was ready to rush out of the room in a transport of exaspera tion. "Allow me to congratulate you on your treasure of a wife, sir," said Colonel War rington. " I have always known she was beauty, but I never appreciated her claims as a wit" Elwyn gazid speechlessly at the polite Colonel, who was evidently surprised at the ungracious reception of his little com pliment: "dust wnat l mignt nave expected," ne muttered to himself, plucking fiercely at moustaches. " What in tbe deuce did I bring her here for, if I didn't want every fool in society to fall down and worship htrl" " Would you like a drive after dinner, Kate?'' he atked one evening, after about three days spent In this very edifying man ner. "I couldn't possibly this evening," she said, adjusting the wreaths of ivy that de pended from her shining bair. " We've arranged such a nice moonlight party to ride out io the navy yard." " Weil, wnat s to prevent me irom driv you there?" asked Mr. Elwyn, anx iously. "Our party is already made up?" said Kate, coolly. "I've promised to go in Mr. Garnett's carriage. He is so delightfully agreeable, and I like him so much." " The dickens you do," growled i.lwyn, face elongating and growing dark. "Uut 1 11 tell you wnat you might do it you plettsed," suggested Kate innocently. Mias Raymond would like to go, I've no doubt, or Mrs. E 'erest, and there can be possibie objection to an extra carriage the party, bo that " Hang jiiss tiaymona ana jure. .Ever est,'' ejaculated the irate husband. With all my beart, my dear," said Kate. "Only you see, it's quite impossible me to break my promise to Mr. Gar- nett." Mr. Elwn's temper was by no means im proved when he stood on the hotel steps and watched the merry party drive otC their gay voices and jubilant laughter re- ecnoing inrougn ine serene mooniignt, like a mockery of his own gloomy reflec tions. Be had never felt so utterly for lorn in the whole course of his life. "Dear me, what a beautiful evening for ride," sighed Aurora Raymond, looking from a volume of poems, as Mr. El wyn re-entered the drawing room, looking unlike a man who had just had a molar extracted. But he didn t take the hint, acting, as Miss Raymond afterward indignantly re marked, "more like a bear than a man," and sitting down to the peniBal of the newspapers. Alas, for tbe midnight curls and oriental eyes their spell was broken. How long the slow creeping hours seemed before Kate came I Long ere the sound of carriage W Vi AaIm cr-aHJ t aA S-.TI iha pavement before the door, be went up to amuse himself with books and letter writing. All his efforts were unavailing ; between him and every occupation to which he turned crept one gloomy thought a sore pang to think that fcate was happy without his society, and that she never missed his absent voice and smile. "I wonder if I'm jealous," he muttered to himself. "It's not an agreeable sensation, ail veatA, : I wonder if Kate felt to to a a. to a TH Of with Aurora and the whenever I flirted widow." This was a new consideration. Would the time ever come when Kate's heart would be estranged from him es tranged bv his own conduct: when her loving, sensitive nature would cease to re spond to na toucar xne very iancy was airony. He was wrapped in these gloomy medi tations, when the door opered, and his little wife tripped in looking very much like a magnified sunbeam. She stopped suddenly when she saw his head bowed on his hands. "Charles, does your head ache 7" "No." "Then what is the matter?" . "My heart aches, Kate," be said sadly; "it aches to think that my wife has ceased to love me." She came to his side and put her arms around his neck with caressing aoecUon. "Uharles, what do you mean r "I mean, Kate, that when you desert me for the society of others, and cease to pay any regard to my wishes, I can come to but one conclusion. "Charles," said Kate, smiling archly up into his face, "does it grieve you to have me prefer tne society ot others to your ownf" i. t -Ml DreaKB my naan, ivate, us sua paa sionately. "1 hen, dearest, let as make a bargain. Let us allow Hiss Raymond and Mrs. Ev- eret to console tbemselves with Uolonel Warring tan and Mr. Garnett,while we are nappy witn each other, (shall it be so V "Kate yon have been playing a part r "Of course I have. Did you suppose for a moment tnat i was in earnest r' The loving kisses she showered upon his brow dispelled every lurking shadow from the husDand s heart, ana he felt how inex pressibly dear his wile was to him. In the next day's train Mr. aid Mrs. Elwyn left Washington, mutually con vinced that they had had enough of the gay capital. There were two unmistakable enacts consequent on their sojourn, how ever: Kate was satisfied to remain quietly at home for the rest of her life, and Charles was completely cured of every latent ten dency to nirt. I CLOTHING. NEW GOODS. New Goods at Union Hall fcr 8prtng( Is now the theme of which I ainfr We're all the latest sty Its just made, To nit the finest city trade. Of new Spring Ofetcoate and Sacks, To fit the form like moulded wax; And Business Ooats of stylish make. All of the present sty es that take. But then the crowning Coats of all Ar the Dmh Coats at Union Hall, We pride onrselvea that we excel All others in the cost ws sell; For in them yon will always find Pit, Fashion, Grace and Ease cornbtnada Bet on our Coas I will not dwell We're altt Pant and Vests to sell. Of ereiy hoe, and shade and style-. To tell j on alt wonld take a while; So I will only mention her That those ho wculil in style appear. Should come to Union Ball and buy TheOLol'ttllaO beat to plea tba eye; And not alone the eye to please. But money ear in boying these; For w will sell at price low, No matter bow the Gold doe go. In Forniibing Goods both rich aad neat, W have a stock full and complete; Our "gallant boy In bine" will find All kind of goods to salt their mind. We've also for the boys In store A better stock than e'er before; And can a'l fit, both great and small, ith CLOTH IN 9 best at Unoi Hall. 9 lb finest stock of Srtrina' and Snmnar Jiouunp ana ine ixiweat trices m Whs city at Isaac A. Isaacs's Union Hall. Pole Agency for tbe sale of STUOXG'S ARMY T&VNX8, SINGER'S SEWIXQ MACHINES, AND Storr's Automaton Pressman; Cor. Sapfrfor and Union street. 5- Lock ont tor tbe Giants. flp3 GREAT DECLINE CLOTHING! Goods Offered at Old Prices ! IMMENSE REDUCTION I ATOlF IS TBE TIME TO BUT We are now offering onr Kew sad Elegant Block of CtivirMr Cnmmnia slAltitnnr UfflSllg w ouitlllll I VlUelilllQ, Conalatlng of erery rarlety of Garment for MEN AND BOYS. -AT- PANIC PRICES ! This Is no Humbug, bat ft! Veri table Fact! Onr frienda and the Public eenerelly are Invited call and examine oar rrlcee and uooda. No Charge for Showing; oar Stock. A ohance It now offered to buy new and choice Uooria tbat abonld be embraced by all: sveTNew ttylea recurred daily from onr Mana factory. vav ill, raiiOTTO m oo., mh30:B3 dor. Water and Bnperlor tta. WB WILL BihL, FOB THB Nsxt Thirty Dan. ooi hearr ttook of HOBTOO 0VEBCOAT8 and SACK OVEBOOATd. at 0O6T. large ttocK or untu am Bnlta, Engllak Walking Coats, Back Coata, bli tk Frock Ooata, and faacy Caaaimere Panta and Teata, at greatly rednoed Dricr-s. W will fftAt bnritij la Uni OnfUvGar- menu and Gents' JTari lahinf Goods. Oar Carton PepartL Dt Is oov oaaspleta 1b Trf , parti cnjlw, lbClr 1W9 BoD-trior rt.. opfxiHo Bunk at. aa a. T H. enie IRON AND NAILS. IKON AND NAILS. CLEVELAND BROWN SCO., ao. av aou ai merwu Dareei, SEXTON'S BLOCK, a. oLiTauiin, aaown, mnu aoOw Olereland, O. I oangttown, O. Mannnutaren and Wnolaaala Dealer, la Bar, Boiler, Hoop ft sneetlroa, KAILS OUT AND WB0VOHT 8PIWM8 HOT AND COLD PRESSED RUTS ND WASHERS last and Spring hteei, Ulass, Ju Iron Deal are. Ballroad and Mining Gobi pen tea. Ship and Bridge Boildera, Haoainiata and Maa. faotnrert, who deaire a qaallty of Iron (bat will fire entire aatUfaotlon, are reapeotfally req nested faror aa with their ordera, which shall always command onr prompt aad eerefal attention. afer to Business Men aad Banker, generally. - deca:B8 raoa and j.aiwaousss. Bot.nl, , SSa ST 10LETELAED, f Hot M, M. T Dl a. a. f nnin rit At.. T. BtORRISOS FOSTER. Waoloaa.a Agauoy for tba oala of NHo9Btrirr's innUta Jfl, Bamma-mada Horsthoaa, Btioanbargar's OonioQa JanUta flhaat irod, Hhonirtrr R. 0. Sbaai, mado from Janlata Iron, ttboe&bergar's Joalaia soiiar riate. jamata huh, cqsara ana tteaoB. aiso ear iron, winoowttiaaa, a vera ora un a? OHM- a at manarcqraw Drtcea urn vi a I la ad DYEING. "pBEDEBICK CYBIAX, French Fanry njtmni ! Worka and Cleaning .Katabliabment, BclTldere Farm, Iait Cleveland, and w neneca bireeu Omn 104 Seneca at., Oleeeland, O. I mean to make thlt the BIST DYE-HOUSE IB E WEST, and .hall .pare no effort to gire eat. usieriion. 1 call tbe especial attention of Gentleman to tha IMPEOVID 'BENCH 8TTLE Oleaaing or K-dyInc of Bade-op waraeats. autai T-VOITT-PAY I ut COMMISS'N MERCHANTS a. r. unaa, a. a. bsckwitu, bj. I 8. F. LESTS & CO., Storage and Produce Commission MERCHANTS, Sot. 48 and 50 Birer Street, CIXTKXAXD, O. ap7:8 eao, w. aaBSKaa, oao. a. acar, i.e. a'aaiar. GARDNER, BURT & CO., Btonaa-e suad Produew COMMISSION , MEECHANTS. Prourlstora of tb Union Hallway Ship mad Ca nal Grain Klevtton. btorftg cicity, &jJ,M,4 bushel. Office aad Wamboua ftdjaiiiing iht Stttntor. to. 197 Kemln st, Cleveland, 0. DmUtv ia aO kinds of Oonntry Prodaoo. Agent far tha .t4alt Company of i'Bondaga." Sail sold always at tba Company' prica. Bali, Water Lime, Flour, Grain, o., by oar loads. rawdTftd or to be shipped on the CCA C. 0. k T.f- G. fc B,, CAP. or A. dt G. W. (narrow guage) Railroads and their connections, loaded or anioaaeta tureeuy im oar warenoase, sating ex Dense of draysee. win gire pertonai attention 10 tne nuing or or uni. w, rwuuw hi annaiiiHii, dd wniuuinia. liberal oath ed ranee, made on eotalfrnmeate. We are prepared to receive and ehlo. br Can&L Lake, or Kail, (without draTaael. Grindatenea. Stavra, Marble, Lumber and eoarte Friaghttof all Kindt, heThut the ONLY DERRICKS IN THI ulTz- tor tne tranirer ol Beery Freighta. neier to naaaj ana cmaineat atea gneraIIT. BP3.R3 J. F II 8 IKK, A GENT AXD COMMISSION MEB- XX CHANT fcr the Bale of Floor, Grala aad all klada of Country Pndooe. Brick Wanhonee. Ho, M Blrer street, near JUtlroed Depote. (Il.r.fasd. vav mnzo:tui r. a. BaaL. W, B. STialGHT. XABL. STRAIGHT & CO., Produce, CeHimfNalon at Forwarding MERCHANTS, For tha tale of Floor, Grain, Prorltloni, Great netot, ouner, vneeae, a-ggt. uonejr, ro--tatoea, Beaoa, Hominy, Grain aLd Dried Traila, Dreued Hcgt, aa., ac, o.. Ifo. ii front it., bet. Main and Walnut, CINCINNATI. O. Ordera for all detcriotiona of Produce. Prorlnlon. ana urocerieaaolioltea Adranoaaon coiuignmentt. Marking Tialet fornithed fret to regular thippere. gnaniB a bust, aiiliil C02IIISSI03 MIRCHAKY& an n uli s rLOTJa, OBAIH, FBOTIBIOHS, GBAS3 BJUSt, Bums, BGGS, BACON, Im. 81 and 89 MerwU U, Clerelaxd. IiiberalJOaiB AdTaaata madaaa Oon.1irr.ment. II a area ein we FELT03, FEEKII & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION AND F0EWAEDIN3 MERCHANTS, Wboleiale and Retail Dealera In FLOOR, GBMH, FFED. PROVISIONS, BALT, . n.iu uiurit Agent! for tba tale of tha celebrated "Akron City" and "Akron .Etna Mills" Flour. All the different branda or which, together wltb a geaeral aaaoitment of Ohio and Indiana Flonr are comtantlr kept on band, la fianelt. Half-Barron oaoaa. B0.IOVIATT8 EXCHH&KG15, Fcot of BUPB- AGENTS FOR THE Northern Transportation Co.'s . Line 01 screw steamers, To and From OGDSN3BUBG, OAPI VINCENT and OSWEGO And tbe AKRON TRANSPORTATION CO.WF Property promotlr forwarded to Hew York. Boa- ton, and all pointt Kast or West, with dlaoaUh and iu. Ajowea. natea oi r reigoa. Throaga contract siren to all the principal tow dh in Hew England and New York: Bichl:iia Hughes, Davis & Rockefeller" teooeaaors ;to Eoghee A Rockefeller and vorce, e SOT Warainz. rroance t tisncral I nniiiiMiccinu MrnrniiiTo bUirUiMOOIUIl HiLnUnflll.l o I Sexton's Block, Hernia St., CLEVELAND, o. AkTHUa HDOHEa, rjiay a. aayta, WM. aOCKKTELLra. arl B3 6nt aaaaa. a. naaaa. a. a. aaraa, H. a. aaaa. TOBKBT HAKNA A COSuccma. XV bob to Hanna. Gerretaon a Oo.. WhnieuU nwm .vrwaniinr ana uomm mon BieToiiantt and Sealers la f rodnoe. Salt, Vlah. Ao.. Central Exohanaa. Not 160 and in hirer atreat and m...i..U 'nki. aaa-Aaenta for tha Ourreiaad, Detroit and Lata apanor use ot pre. alert. laeW BUKGItfiT Bona, COKMt SBI0I MXKCIIIT aaa saaxaaa ra IR1II. aOUR. OILS. CHEESE. DRIED FRUITS. AHD ALL K1HD8 Of PBODUCE. Co. M Blver Si. aollBl OLETEIiAHD, OHIO. CliAKK SANFOBD, (Booceaton to Olark k Bockefel-er,) rrda CwBBluloa Kerckaatt, aan dbaxku tb drain, Seeda, Flour. Hh, Water I .lino, Mewfer, t'4MtnH. fine, Uronnd nowr tou vairy bhiu Nob. St, 41, 41 and S Blrer etreet and on the Dock. uatliuau. umn a. ouu. i. a inroan. Fluuai t reoatTed ba Railroad or Canal, fcr Pel. trbalpamt Will fire personal attentioa to the aaa pnronase at rroaaoe and merebaBdlae oa aoaimaaiioa. Liberal Oeah Adranoe. made on Oonatonment.- SelertaaaalaBajMeBaadBaakerixen-'rally. 3 mrbiiita I aa m ISO Alto TONSORIAL. G9 AXD HAIS WOS. TS IIW XSUBLISIX1IT. TBI LA.VOE8T IE THE STATE. I Wia WM 10 UDIEJ- HIIR CrESSIHIj to s-UtiLlU bUUABlS. Maaohkctsrer Li all kind, af WIOO. faehaie ,.i i ' ILLUSION win. bd re., cable, natara as to defy the dloa tiny, a very large and beastlrhl stock af liuaiw ataia, D'onaat by the proprietor frcai Boropa, tor BWITOUtU and BBAlxi tee fatal ataortawnt erar asea In this ally. Ladle' irroBt riees and Kalt-WIgf. amwwi iv wi.u eaj unproTemenBI. MTI Of OUBIaS. made trosa lWch K.!m Oarled Babr (guaranteed.) OOEn DOUBLE and TRIPLE BOWS. w ATaarAAL".. o Hade by tha adrartiaar. annal to those Imnarted. iatdtea Braids made Into anr kind af llaad.Dr... dow w i iii uu i injnry to rrantCB. UAUiaa uais DUSbnltiO in tha mott annl tend faahkmabie rtylat, ay A 11 work warranted as rii resented. IV aad Oni,I B4TWU . all hnnr. aanl onrG-o-ismadenpia and Ooodl, GREAT B- COAL. liLSH JOKtG, Waoleaala aad Batall Dealer ta trip Tela, Colanblaaa aid Gklppem COAL. OBee oa a A P. B. B. Pier. Also, Olios aad Tar it Baoud street B. B. Oroaalng. Ooal of aa Bzoalleat Qnaltty tor TEAK. OAS. G BAT KB. BTOVia. OOoe or fioaaa Dae. Alto, AKTHBA01TE OOAL ianraar tmajl aaaatltlea. oraen reipaotnilyaouolted aad promptly attend, ta. Ooal tar smithing kaoS oonatantly on hand. I th bj my renden D Ine. PATENT OFFICE AGENCY. TNITSD STATES AND PORSIGN PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, a, 8 BemK Street, Cleveland, Oble. We are nreDared to transact hnsineas of ererr dcterlptloa relating to Inrentions, rraa-intrs, Ca Tebn, UpedfloaUooa, Patent.. Infrineements, and Itirsuaijawi. sussivus t uu., am Aathorlaed Attorney, tor Palenta. ia 10 A HIGH PBICE8. Teas, 'Bauer, tfolaaaaa. CoBVes. Snus and Hedt. emta, Painta, Oils and DyeStodt, and erery thing w aaa as wwe yjnm. . ,. LUiWUCttiLli EMOTREB, aschaf liso Ontario tweet. Oonrt, Ooerta, UNO os. DRY GOODS. E. L BALDWIN A CO. CPIlf THII DAT. Elef ant lama Lace Points, t ; . . bilk and Cloth Mantles. bwls. and Treocb Organdies, Mottled and Shaded rooilna, Frpoch and Embroidefed Beta, Scotch and Tweed Oloakiags, 2iaw Spring Prints, Embroidered and Lace Parasols, Cotton Hosiery, (all sizes), Bpl3 Mew Balmorals, Ac, to. 2,500 IABD8 OF DELAINES, ONLY 20 Cents per Yard. TAYLOR, GEISWOLD A CO., 21T Saperioratceet. apia J INS ALL & CO. Sew Goods Opened this say. DELAINES, MINTS, ALPACAS, BLACK HEBNAfO LINENS, LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS, GENTS' SILK HANDKERCHIEF?, BB0WN AND BLACK 8ILK9, And a Variety of LADIES' DRESS GOODS. apll KENDALL A CO. J H. DeWITT & CO. Laces JiarKea Down. We bail sell onr entire etoca at Onlnnr T.m Hlack Thrsad Lare. Cambric Frf.fi n v. Whit Thread KdrinKt. Haal'na. and all o, her W,lrinir. .vJ 1 1 a. J n ... . . O B- bi.u xsMGum, at (ricBB nara uoia i par. fei-iouj wishing theteQoodB will dt wall to Lay w iiiBg uv vva Bee uu w AB- 4. a. DlWITT a CO., ape 7 aad 11 Public Square. GREAT BEDOCTION xa na raioBtor LIXEX GOODS! Baring Dnrchaaed bit etock of Linsn fiH. since the Deary decline of Gold. I am enabled to ener them at greatly reduced ratea. In tha etock win m ionoa Bleached Table Damask at $1.25: rurmer unoe, s.w a jaia. Bleached Table Damask at $1.50 : Former price, f 26 a yard. Cnbl'd Table Damask only $1 a yard. PILLOW-CASE L1HIS. of beat on.litla. Low prices. WHltS TABLE-CLOTH at 13.00: actually worth now, J6.00. napkins, dotlxs. an.i i.inem riwimh Very Cheap. Eandspun Eamasl, Toads, Diapers, c. All Linen Good, aold by me are warranted of the very beat m.nulaclur., and will be aold of aa low inch quel lira of gooda can be affjrded. . B A package of LenW and Cent.' HANI KERl HIEITdandioine BROWN TAHLEOI.oTHH ell(fhtly wet, will ba sold off at Tory low prices. B, UKMAH, ap4:22l Cor. Snpsrior and Public aqaare. HOWEK & HIGBEE Hare Jnt reeeired a nice aatortment of White and Fancy Goods Comprising in part GRENADINES, BEREGKS, MAGIC KUfTLIJfG, BLACK LACE VEILS, ELIZABETH C0LLAK3, EMB'D SETS AND COLLARS, MOURNING COLLARS, WIDE BELTINGS, GRENADINE VEILS, SMYRNA EDGINGS, KID GLOVES, HEMSTITCHED HANDK'CHIEFa LINEN SETS, MOURNING VEILS, BELT BUCKLES, &o, &c, with AN ELECANT STOCK 8PRHG STYLE DRESS GOODS rmb22 At 239 SUPERIOR aTBEET- SPRING JOBBING.' TRADE. M. HALL & CO., 1 17 Wo.aw u.. Tbe Lareeat Yankee Notion Hon w..t r k. -.vyoff-oaintb,trita. EliCH ANTS, MILLINERS, WHOLESALE PEDDLARS, At New York Anctlon Panic Pricea. mcb21:R3 1865. SPEINQ TRADE. 1865. Raymond, Love & Co,, and 13 Water St., Cleveland, ., Importers and Wholesale Dealer! In DRY GOODS! Comprttlng a fall aaaoitment of the following: Printa, Lawoa. Broad-Cloths, Silk,, Doetkint, Black A colored Delalnea. reacyueanmere, A I paean, Linen Dnclu A White Soeda. Ohalliea, Oinghama, Chambraya, Orgaadiea, Driila, aflliiBery Goods, Spanish Llntna. Ladiea Sacklnga, ........ iuoaaoiuiijaea, Balmorala, Ac, Ao. keep eontlnnally on hand a largt stock of Domestics, notions and Fancy Goods. mhlS-?10 RAYMOND, LOWE OO. HOOP SKIPTS. Great Western SKIRT & CORSET MF'G CO., CLEVELAND, O. 7mm T Obit Satar sxn CoaiaT Faotobt i THB ei Oreat nnmber of handt eonatantlv amnlnvtwl ATI thi. city. Maaulartery Wnoiraale Kooiiim, ISO nnnwriwr street, I p Sinira. RETAIL STORE. NO. 19 PUBLIC SHUIRF Erarv kind of Hairt. OnrMta na I - , wvn. of tb. Latent btylee, made to order and al. wayaoanana. Ainolancy Uooda In eariety. INDUCEMENTS. PATRONIZE HOME TRADE. ipi:R3 i. Kaufman, Snp't QL0SIN8 ODTI JACOB FRANK, Mannfiwitnrar and Dealar la HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS, Bo. 140 Water Street would rasMotfnllv Inform oar oid natrona anri prjblfo ftwooraUj, thai I aa about closing ont entire atoook at sreatly rednoed pricea. Tba expiration of the leaaa nndar whtch I hara takaa praen tiH.oiiNimencr on iu tat or April next. it saceMarj; tnat bj praaent Stock inoald diipoaed of before tbat time. Oaii aad exam- If yon wonld eare as pir Ornt. Of PROFESSIONAL. DRJ.M. JOHNSOJf, HAVING Be moved his office to No. 143 Ontario Rtreee. near Hardware store, wonld ba pleaaod to tee bis old pettons aad aa many new one at may to call. Partlcnusr atteetioa paid to) D. eaae. of Women and Children, Khenmatlam, Scra thee, and indeed to aU tne L is to which humanity heir. Consultation free. Office honrt trom 6 to M and from 1 to S and T to 10 P M . bd7 224 gTBWAKT, BICDIaS A OO, LAa rrnraa a ajnai Ittoneeyt .and (aBaellora at law. Ao. 411 xbvbtbtxvajtia Avihtu, WASHINGTON. D. (X. ' Will attend ta bnslBasa la tha hjmai Oonrt of Olalma, the Olronrt aad Dtttrkl before the several Departmenta, tba PENSION. PITFNT IHd mnj BUR1LJ AD IE 00H8BES8. s. ewaar, a. a. ataau, a. a, rrrrait ant 00 W?,U Bl 1 Sir rlea. and DRY GOODS. J.H. DaWlTT&Co. : I ' SPUING FASHIONS I Ta hare now ready tha HOST ILB8AIT alexin, of .a Spring Cloaks Ever Offered la tnis Market Harlng made aa extra effort to obtain taa NEWEST FSENOH PATTERNS wrrH au m Trimmings, Cloths, Silks, Oraamenti ana unuons Heoemary tor makiac the Tery beat of Sarmanta. We Manufacture our own Goods And shall pay Particular Attention to this Branoa of the Dntlneea. We ihall always offer tba Ci BEST GOODS XJ!?.'. AT THE LOWEST PRICES ! 1000 Yards uriu Fixe wiTKB-rsoor cloths, Made from English "Wool, VERY CHEAP I i A Fall Stock of MEN'S I BOYS' CLOTHING AST) Furnishing Goods. j. n. DewiTT & co.; . A T and 11 Pnblte Wqnare. 1VIILLINERY GOODS it Wholesale. Morgan, Root & Co. Hare In Store a fresh Assortment of BONNET SILKS, KIBBON8, CBAPES, FL0WIR3, KUCHE8, Straw Bonnets and Eats! In er.ry Variety, and all th. MATERIALS Bead by MIL.I4NS1U9. We aJeo keep a Large Stock of tbe Oaoioin aad Nawan St TLia of Silk, Lace, Crapa & Straw-Trim'd BONNETS ODE OWN MANTJFtjOTTTBK, and Hllllnen can alwaya And th. Keweit Styles and Best Assortment from which to Select PATTERN BONNETS. If you wonld bare GOOD BIIIiIS, C00II MITHIALS, at CHI IP FKICKS, GALL AT MOBGAN, EOOT & CO.'S, mhafrya ooa. bvpbbtob bbnbca sra. N BW SPEINtt GOODS I H. T. Hower & Co. Hare Just reeeired a Fresh stock of DOMESTIC GINGHAMS, PRINTS AND DELAINES. Bleached and Brown COTTON CLOTHS AT Beflncefl Prices; WITH ALL KINDS OF DRY GOODS CHEAP! n. t. howes & co., 330 Bapeirlar fttrewt, 'rrjfr Swrm. mha;daw DKKS3 GOODS. I HAVB THI day reeeired a tmall lot of email checked Poplins at only Ml NUiillaua a Yard. Alsc Plain Barathea Oloth. aiiaru. pi.i u.k.iM Rtriped and other aeaaonable Xlnas Oooda, which, hanna been parchaaed ilr.p.th. tn t. r...- f enabled to aeU at ery reasonable rates. Any 10 baj rood aad cheap Dress will do a H T M AN'SCheap Dry-Gooda Store. BARGAINS! BARGAIN I OaU andeee. a and White Balmoral Bklrta at SS.7S, worth ft flood Quality Irlah Linen at 80o and (1 a yard. inen cheating only (1.60 a yard. ped Shirting Flannel only 60o a yard. With a nnmhar of other bargain, to which the Pnblte are respectfnlly insited by 8. H YUAN. -..LIU 1 . u i . . n . . . .. ' auu. . wi.Dunaiui at. BBO r UDIK BOnara. ' CAXNED FRUITS AND VEGETA BLES of awry excellent oaelitr. conaietiee of hrs. Plnma. Cherriea. HiuklMmM b Sea Maya, or Walte Flint Corn, Oreea Cora Toinatoaa. can La tband at :SA n vwnwia 170 oaparlor strte. MEDICAL. SSMINAL WEAKNESS. Or -pflrnartorraea, Gleet, aad ' AAaJHrTKErCT CJJKRIa, arraa au, otbib tceathbst raiu. DK. A. GIBSON. aVrmarty at Hew Tort oirr. was , dollars tor the pme tnat a."w nuiTe. iX. abOTe-aamed die L'v WOO tilaU Mr OtaMT FhTtrlriakBi IwTril . i-,.3 DTJ Will warn K a. aVrvor aTewsVal MBntw imijrxw nna y UT. uiDaoe QIT ! ovibej mom 10 MI M Of ISe ftbcvvA, ud m AD mntMVMM tftowMf- of tfv Ew jObuOx OrniM, wtth 11 bmi Oectm ariMct IliMiM.teelWaiiagQMiMtil mm PABUUTT Qm HUVODD PMOtfTRATJON. Be hM nwMdd la mrtiur o ji ta tb l dty, weo whotm bad exfndd hnaamla of alHlmn wttfc tnlf t4 tir-iciraav who rofeg to tnmS all vrlvat BalMlfki with nnniM, w4 wltwtMWS raotrmna Um kArt prt1ct of boeoflc Dr. Gitmam 60m aM boMt that bm h a memtw of ioiM OoUc tm LcTkdr or Fmrla. aa worn Otben rlo tor the ryew of camaiiii tho taaaoo-ni. and who Hold out .treat vetttlcua aever to be real itted. But what Dr. Q. anifftit bcmMt tut tm this, that be la able to dt entire nolcttta to thoee who ra- -oa oonfldeooe 1b hie ability and Integrity, and tbat ne aaa affected aa Amrricava l75Ceaa of treatzaeiaA wbieh ehaaienirea a&T ihntclM of Ljoruloa or Parta, or any aateot avdiciDe, to equal tor tbe retikml onre of twaxina. weakneea, and all diirwiija or derMae eejta, both mental and abniaai, ariatnc tram nxaai r lecret abtua. Dr. Olbeon aim alalma fcr bts nw treatment the fc.lowtiLg advutatrea over all ithera yet dieoovered : and nrat,, the asenta naed are ti no neaeot diaMra able; he una no reitoi of tbe dark axea inch ae Mer- reatnottona in aiec or ooaineai w reqiiirea; tAtlniir , m. Hi hw trMtment w eoelnTe and certain la all c tftoda Hvaared to ro into any abUo or priTte boa tttal tn the United Butea and doonatrate the im mm mertorlty of hie new treatment orer any oth er low known to the world, tn point of aromptniee, encaiatii. wildiM-M, mty aad conrataiaBoa 10 th pa-tent. nr. RiiaAfl la .aniunntrv locfltiaid in lBrla. and haa darluc the awt yuan perforaied mny cores of diapeeae which had tbr yrra reeistd all other Bodeo of treatraeat. itrnrtTio can be rivea to tndinditleof tbe nrt tvwpecUbtltty In Cleveland, Boston New Torfc and other citlee. la rrard to kill and integrity l-i all arorptMional traneacuoaa. lyw'R)ia1 Khtnn.atlm, scrofula, aU Dineaepe of th- Lrinary Omoa, and aU (Jhronio Diseaeea trtktM. with inaertcr aocc?aa. MTMrxlrcictM fiut to any fart of the 00 us try oa receipt of ten dotiara. Dr. Oibtoa'a Mow York on Physiology for into at hi office. I K 8IB8OV, Paomweoa or iixxcTaopATHT axd MnHCim Ofllco 119 SeiiMa rtrwrt, a frw doors from Ba parlor, at'tr., rppootte theOlty Hotel. mromc bonre from to li and frotB 2 too Cefwls Dailr (aMuddiy exocptjd janl7 b? R.GOODALE'S CATARRH j REMEDY.' AHD MODE OV TREATMENT IS THB ACMK OF PERFECTION, It IteiMtratM the aeeret stmbnah ( thia terrible dlieaee, and eztatmtaate. It, root and Braaoh, forerer. It reraowea nil tn wrrtelMtel aymn toaia of thai loatnesosae malady, and arena ooo tnmptloB. It rlrsuaa the hraMl, deaMlertaej the) breath, and aabrds the atutt grateful reilel. It allewtattem mere Mromy aaxl Bllfwt anflr ring than tonga, eaa telL It ia salai for rnrtnar tbe maait horse aaes, that every knowa meana failed la. it -ai-ew Hay, Koaw ! Ferraatle Cat tarrh, o the moat obstinate aad Tiolent typea. Wo f.,vHt 0. tawrrn er Bene, sal saw aad oan ra.'lat IM penetrating power. Dr Ouoifalrf rsttarrk KBaedT ta a BarmTeat liquid, Inhalea ;rom In. paim of the hand. r. at. sjndMlei Is Jsaoarai thratnarhont th. country, a. the Antnor ot the only Tr" rr of Catarrh mnr pnn,isn. - -What iu Baeaaaa Mode ai Treateint and Rapid On re la all Ita forma. lr. (Voortnk-'a Pamphlt as tltawn abonld be reed by erery one. It oan be eatan3d at oar aearest Agency, ar by tending; a not tage stamp tooar ottos. Prloa tl CO. Bend a stamp for pen phut. BOetTuH a 00., dole .g'ta, T3 Bleaker .t., H. T. Bold by O. W. OIiABK. Clereland. ftjbgrBS DOCTOR BIGELOW, - Offlca 1T9 Santa Clark Street, Comer ( ' Honrae, CBTCdao, ftvc Post Ome. Box, IM. A U Chronic and Sexu al Dieeaeea of a Private aad Iai.cate Nature, treated with anparal lead tnooMa. PT ivm4 Guide to a?" tr ltxiiej and centlV man. ia pnblieoed tEfcratitr.lv. HmnA tr. I. ,f WrTt ibonld be worth reading. It le aent in plain sealed envelope, reeof charge. Almoet every oaeecan be treat ed by mail. Medicines aent to any t4dreaa. t"'aAt, eeod tbr drcrip- t,r.oira:,r,?-7: zz:.;' rh.-;r, "wrr. and Ot pfaTfiCiaa Whose bt rsr reputation extend cxxeDtrun kaAo-A-o. 1-iroagtiot.t the eatixa I. , Baornt Sepamt. for Udlet tnd Gentlemen. f COmuLTlTlOMlT OTriOl.tUl J Omci Hocsa: From a. M. to '8 . at ffl I Spermatorrhoea or Nerront SebOlry, ty, acnral WVTWKO, IJ10 THS PEOPLE. SOW KEADT, 1 WORK BT SB. 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Peraona And they nara a txHa, uat tney nave frequent attaeka. ana era -nor aentttlTe to tba ohanirea of temperature, la tn oondiUon, tha aoee may be dry, or a light diacharfa, this and acrid, a.terwarda beoominat thiek and adbeaiTa. Aatbe dtacaaa beeomea clironio tba dlaoiiargea ara lnoraaaud la quantity and ohaagad In quality ; tluy are now thick and heavy and are hawked or ooogna off. The secretion era oOeaatv, eanalng a bad breatb ; th voice ia thick and naaai 1 th eyea ar weak ; tba aena of tb weal la leeeened or destroyed ; deafneea freqnec tly take plaea. Another common and lmportaat yaptoaa of OatarrLt ia, that th person la obliged to eiear hM throat In ih omii.g of a thick or llmr nocti, which ha fallen down from tb head during the night. Wna thia takes plao tb )er eon may be sore tbat hi diavaaa la oa Ita way to Ike lunga, and so on id loan ao tune ta arresting tc Ta aaoea ar UUffW tf 0 Wkom Ouarrk syafinaii. . & taT BottlA will tstad tTowUito h mme tkree tmm a Jny. OR. D. H. 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