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'niuittj ,3111tufiluyer,---13tutiftir t ikitturt, Chutatign, Valium
E. OE Proprietor.
PJIYSICIAN AND 'SU RC: EON-0/fice , -7,
street, s neur the Pust (Vice. Duel. 11.
will , ztve hi, par tcular attention to" Surgical
diseases, and diseases itf ivomen and children.
hi c give his attelitioll every Sutorday
morning, to tits oirtee, gratis, from 11 to 12 o'-
clock, to sit rgical cases among 'he poor.
January 22. 1851.
Dn. N. O. LOOTVILIS,
WILL perfovi all
operations upon the
Ti . 4 ,' , Teeth that are remit
t od for their preservation, such no Sealing,Filing,
Plugging, &e, or will restore the loss of them,
by inserting , Artificial Teeth, front n single tooth
to a full sett. Office on Pitt street, a few
oors sotith ff, the Railroad ITetel. Dr. L. is al ,
ent tho loot ten days or eve, v month..
DU. r. itIZILLER,
NICEOPATIIIC. PHYSICIAN SUR
AND ACCOM:HEIDR, haring
sneeeeded Dr. Lip-pe, formerly practising. phy
sician of this place, solicits the patronage Of the
frierids of hts pre-Clecessov. and - shall be happy
to wait upon all who may favor him with a call.
F. MII,T,EIt.M. D.
\\' ILL per form al
r 4.4 r
operations upon the
teeth t lint may be re
required fear their preservoion. , Artificial teeth
inserted, from a single tooth to an entire set, on
the most selentilic.priumples. Diseases of the
mouth and irrep,ularities carefully treated. 01.
lice nt the residence of his brother,_en North,
Pitt street, Al artiste.
.1 . • llENDE,,,,,,t,itirgeon Dentist
informs his former patrN)s that he has re•
maid to kJarltsle, and will be glad to attend to
ail the line of his profession. loct:11
pm. S. P. 3Eamprmat,
inkj'FldE in North Hanover street adjoining
tty Mr. Wolf's store. tillicc hours, more par
ticularly 'from 7 to 9 o'clock, A. Al., and 'rum
- s'to7 o'.cloolt , P. M. [junclb'sl
WIVZ. IVZ. PIGNILOSE,
TTORN EY AT LAW, gill • practice in
the several Courts of Cumberland county.
OFFICE. in Main Strom, in the room former
y occupied byL. 0. Biandebury.
JUSTICE OF 11-IE I PEACE. OF
?ICE at his residence, corner of street
and the Public. Square, opposite Burkholder's
lintel. In addition to the duties of .Insole of
the Peace, will attend to all kinds of writing,
ill as deeds, t,nds, mortgages, indentures,
articles of agreement, notes, &c.
Carlisle, up 8'49.
ATTEND TO YOUR TEETH !
Dr. J. C. NEFF; Dentist, -respectfully in
forms the ladies and gentlemen of Carlisle and
vicinity, that he is prepared to perk, ru all upe•
rations on the Teeth and Gums belonging to
his prolession, and will be happy ttlicr,cncler his
services to all who may require Olefin , '
Dr: N. has recently returned front the city of
Philadelphia, where he has -;trade himself ac•
quitinted with all the West improvements in the
art, and flatters t that-he will. be able to
insert lull sets of . teeth on the atmospheric
pressure principles, or with springs, equal to
any made in that city. OFFICIi; in High sr.,
one. door east oldie Post Office. Persons wish
ing to see'specimens of his workmanship, will
please call at his rooms, where they will hove
atruppottimiLy tdt ace a udiudigt.-tor themselves.
Plainfield Classical Academy,
FOUE 311 LES WEST OF CIiIILISLE.
'l'he Eleventh Session, will commence on ..3.10.11
DAY, NO VE.IIBEII 3d. 1851.
rffllllS restitution has been established near
ly six years, during which time such ad
ditions end improvements have been made a s
to render it one of the most minium lions and
convenient in the Stale.
In re..tard to healthfulness it may be nice.
tinned that no case of Serious sickness has oc
efirrod in the institution since it was founded.—
Its moral purity is attested by the fact that
llcdraved associates, scenes of vice, and resorts
1-ir dissipation have no CXI:4ICTIC:/ in the neigh
i re course of instruction- comprii-e5.a11.1.1
(ranches ri ini! I by the iner,liant, profession
al man or colle.g,„iii. Also, modern languages,
vocal and instrumental music, &c.
It is the.determination or the Proprietor that
already , m•gntred for imparting thorough in
strection, and inculcating and establislung vir
tuous principles in the minds of the youth sub
mitted to his charge.
Terms (per Session I•'ive Months) $5O uo.
For catalogues containing references, &c.,
address - •litt•N-S,
Principal and Proprietor,
Plainfield P. 0., Caniberland County, Pa.
Oct. 1, 1851
aximanon TZALL ACADMIK3r
Three miles IreAt of /larrisburg, Pa.
TUE Second Session of this Institution will
commence on MONDAY, i,he 3d of November
next. It. is situved in a pleasant and healthlul
section of countri,quid'is convenient of access
from all parts of,the State. Application should
be made as early as possible. an only a !armed
1.2 MS :
Boarding:Washing, Lodging and
tuiton in tlhe English branches per
session $5O 00
David Denlinger, Principal, and teacher of
Languages and Matlictnatics.
Lemuel Simmous,'reacher of, Vocal nil In•
Amos Row, Tutor.
I , or circulars containing particulars, R, address
Principal, IlartiFburg, Pa.
DIG SPRING- ACADEMY.
THIS Inotituti,u will be ericti'lr he'reeep—
tion of students, on MONDAY, the sth of
May. All the branches of a sound English and
Classical Education will.be taught ,and :1111(161ns
thoroughly qualified for entering , any class in
College. or fitted for business lice. There will
bo two sessions a year, the lirt commencing
on the First Monday in May, and the second
session on the first Monday in November, of
every year. Circulars will be furnished on ap
plicatioe in person or by letters addressed to rite
subscriber at Newville Cumberland cu.
Pn. W IL LINN.
19anly) J. ALLEMBROWN, Ase't.
'PILL•' Commissioners of Cumberlund county
donut it proper to inform the public. that the a 11
of ineottugs of the Board of Commissionors swil
be huh on the second and - fourth Mondays of
ouch month, nt which time any persons having
business with (mid Board,will meet diem at
noir 'Oleo in CarltOlo.
Attest ." WM. RILEY, Cl'a.
• sarmeir rUSEI,
FOR. BLASTING ROCKS!
_ - -
inkftElEßSTor the nbove . artielii, oddremmi
LP 'to - the modereigried nt their .51n , ,n
neer.llleoloodeeberg, Cumberland ermoly,
will moor with prompt attention, ohd he filled
at the lowest rush ptitee
GEO. V; C'OOVER,
CHURCII, LEE AND . FEEMAN..
• uA zins.,:mathumEn.
• - ..;, ‘. 7
ST E ' • 6 ' IV! SAW •
NEW et'''.\IpP,RLAND, PA. •
THERE ARE TWO THINGS, SAITH LORD BACON, WHICH MAKE A NATION GREAT AND
RT:C B. TEE, 311 0 L IrD AY g
Splendid Fancy Goods; Elegant
Gilt Books, &c. &e.
iz SV. , IVERSTICK has just received
0. from the city and is now opening a splen
did display of FANCY GOODS; suitable for
the approaching Hulyday Season, to which he
desires to cell tne attention of his ftiend,s and
the-public His assortment in this, lino cannot
be surpassed in novelty and elegance, and
both in quality and price of the articles, can
not fail to please r .purelstsers. It sir ould be im
possible to enumerate its
110L1DAY FANCY GOODS,
which comprise every variety of honey articles
ot tins most novel styles and exquisite slier
• Ladies' Fancy Baskets,
Fancy Work Boxes, with sewing instrunenn
Terracon,' IVo7II. (a recent novelty,)
Paper Mocha Goods, •
Elegant alabaster and porcelain ink-stands
Fancy ivory, pearl and shell card cases,-
Port Monnaies, of , every variety,
Gold pens and pencils, •
Fancy paper weights,
Papeteries, i.vith a large variety - ,of
Motto seals and Wafers,
Silk and head purses,
Ladies' rid lig whips, elegantly finished,
Ladies' tine cutlery,
Perfume baskets and bags,
Brushes of every kind for the toilet,
Roussel's perfumes of the various. kinds.
lfusicnl instruments, of all kinds and at all
,prices, togellwr with au inthttucrablc variety Of
,:rtichts cleverly fitiished and suitable for ho.
lydnv presents, to Which he invites special at
113..). an exiensive and elenant collection o
HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS,
comprising the various English and Ameriimn
ANNUALS for Ids , richly embellished •and
illustrated PO ETICA h WORK 5, with
PICTORIAL B 0 0.. K S.
for children of all tigeS, than which nothing
can be more appropriate or pleasing as holiday
gifts - . Kis assortment of Seheol Books and
Siationery is also complete, and com•
prises every Ming used in Colleges and the
Schools. ogle also desires to Call thorparticular
atteption•of li'amilies to his (legion display at
L7C.CIB.'4:IIIR. A bils - OT.ES, - Kc - .
from the oxtensive einalthithments of Cornelius.
Archer and others of Philadelphia, comprising
every style at" Parlor, Chamber and Study
Lamps. for horning either bird, sperm or ethe•
real MI, together with Flower Vases, Fancy
Screens, &e His assortment in this line is un•
equalled in the borou g h. A Igo,
PROM'S. I , A NICY sCO NFECTIONRY—
N EdERV FRUITS, &c.,
in.every varitity and at all Prices, all of which
are pure and fresh, such as can he cnnfidrnily
recommended in his friends and the little folks.
I( is :4ejr emhracea everything in, the line el
Fancy G 11 lA, tinny other at-tidies useful
to 110)1 , okt:ion°, sovltiell tle public are especially
invited in call and see daritu. the holidays.—
Remember the. Old Stand, nearly opposite the
Bank an Nur:h Hanoeer.street. •
deed I S• W. IItVERSTICK.
$;5O pORPEIT.D . R. HUNTER WILL
torten S ..
50, lading to cure any case
01 cli.teaso that ma come under his care, no
!natter howlong standing or afflicting. Either
see are invited to this,private room, 38 North
riEVEN'I'II Street, Philadelphia; without fear
of interruption by other patients. Strangers
and others who have been unfortunate in the
selection of a phesiman are invited to Call.—
, Tho,,c wh o have injured themselves by solitary
vice are also invited.
12 Al). AND REFLECI),„—The afflicted
would do well to redom betb?e tresting, their
hcaith, h .ppitiess and in many cases, their lives
in the hands of physicians, ignorant of this class
of in dailies. It is sunsuit v impossible for one
- miner - ilvirilis - ike - hminn - hrmil
are satin:et to. Every respectable physician
has his pectileir brtint'd, in which he is more stir
coastal than his broCier prolesssrs, and to that.
lie 4tevnieq m at nl his time and :study.
YE k. 4 l) PR :'ITCH:, ex••lusively de
voted to the stlitly and treatment of diseases of
the i t op f u.,,,,toget her with ulcers upon the
- , ,ode. nitro tr, nose, or lev, - pains in the head or
tiou-s, n - n,nirial then autism, itravel, irregular-
Hes, rlserige nrioi,n from youthful excesses or
nuomj.ins of the bitiud, whereby the coastfnt
hit he •n - nit enfeebled, enables the doctor
:o npee,le relict to all who may place hem •
selves ender his care. , rjone4
Art• Union of Philadelphia.
sco Fon A TEI) lor TAB LI:GISLATURE
Uh I'EN NSlttr.\ NIA,
I'or the Promotion of the Arts of Deign in th.
OFFICERS.—III Nim! C. -CARRY, President ;
Wm. D. KEr.r.nv, Vice President ; EDwAnn P.
:01.reHELL, Treasurer; E. 11. 13u PLEA, Recording
Secretary ; GEonok; W. Dower, Corresponding
-Secretary.. ____._.: _.
EVERY Member for the year 1851, will receive
for each. suMeripmm of Five Dollars, a pri n t of
limretxtrroN'sC,flßlSTlANA AND HER
CHILDREN," eneravra by Joseph An:hews,
Boston, and the companion, a print of Elwan•ra
rov's ":11Elter'S DREAM," enoraved by A.
H. Roe! ie, New York, or the choice of any two
vi. the f4lo.ving lour splendid engravings, viz:
I. John Knar's Interview 'with Mary (Ikea: of
Scotts, painted bc Lentz. engraved by Sartain.
Ruth and Bodz, painted by Rothermal, en
graved by Sarni IL
3. Mercy's Dream, painted by Huntington, en
graved by Ituehie.
4. Christiana and 'her Children, painted by
Huntimuen, rograved by Andrews.
And a copy of the Philadelphia Art Union Re
porter, a Monthly pamphki containing a report 01
the tramactions of the in:Minitel]. and informa
tion sass the subject of the Fine Arta, throughout
Tue ART U NION of Philadelphia awerfls prizes
hilts own .Certil:caters:with Winch original Amort
can works 01 Art may he purchased' m any par
of the United States, at the option and selection of
th e p ea o n who may obtaih a prize at the Annual
Usti ibution, which takes place 011 the evening of
the last., erk t'ay in every year.
The Executive Committe of the Art-Union,
when PO rennested, select works of Art, without
charge or compensation, from their Free Gallery,
210 Chesnut Street, for those persons ie the coon•
try'. who may live remote from Galleries, or public
e.xhibinons of the Fine Arts.
SubFeriptions of Menthetehip, fit. 5,00 should be
tondo no early no practicable, sons to entitle teeny
hers to early numbers of the "Reporter," which
will be forwarded, upon the receipt of the money
to one par; of the country.
irr Subscriptions rot-owed tut this office, where
the eagroving. end "Reporter" can be seen.
July. 30, 1851.
"Sportsmen 'folic Notice:"
'3O N Fbg7tD , •
Xurtit-East Corner of Hitlitut nail Second Streets
P II ILA DEL P 4! I A .
g kS ON HAND, JUST RECEIVED, a
iill'etimplefe, assortment! of SHOT GUNS
Powdor Flasks, Game Bags, and all other
Sporting Apparatus of the best, and most ap
He has constantly on' hand SPORTING
POWDER of all deseriptiobs, Percussion
Caps, Slam, Bullet Nloulds, Ball and Blank
Cartridges, and a general assortment of mata•
rials for Gun Makers; Ste.
Ansi PERCUSSION CAPS .of a superior
quality, designed expressly for U. S. Ititlee.—
A n agsortment of ;FISHING TACKLE al.
ittiya oh hand.
All the above, and any other articles in his
lino, the subscriber will sell as low as any other
establishment' in" the United States,
In testimony of hie skill as a montifaelurer,
the FRA N KLIN IN Saw wro, in the years
1840 and 1842; awarded to him TWO C mum
Fl C ATES—and in the years 1844; 1845 1847,
1848 sod 1850, FIVE SILVER MEDALS
all of which may be seen' at his :phico• of hula,
mesa. Qyltii.2wl JOHN KRIDER..
&IT-RATE OF MAGNESIA.—An og.co
glj Olito and relrigoFant hnd laxtorvo
'or sale by HUBIdARD. • (k!mr2d
- :Pure Gide r lighttgar,.
ir UST"rtiaciviql a' /rash barrel of Pure Cid°
lt , Vinegar, of aureriar qualitk, and warrant°
(toe - front adulteration.
iinv6 • G W Till I NER,
338 G Sranvor.a.cattavirsr
,NEAVVILLE, CUMBERIAND COUNTY, PA
W. R. LINN, Principal, nod Professor of Aietn.
physics nod Ancient Lno wnoes.
J. ALLEN BROW N.,A. B , Profes-ir of Natu-
ral Philosophy and Mathematics.
rgiflE Winter Session of this I
commence on the first Monday in November,
*1551, which, %%41t the eXeernim, of two ,Yea ICS' va
cation at the time of the Christmas holkdayQ, w i ll
coolithie until the last Thursday in .lu,te,
After that the sessions will commence regularly nu
the first Mondays of February end August, and
close on the lan,Thmsdaye ul June arrd Docem•
ber. Eyerref orton the part of the prdprietors
which would to d w 3nufte the Institution worthy
of the confidence of the public., will cheerfully be
made ; mid they t d hope that by a discerning
people the merits Of their Academy will nut be
oweigooked. Located ns it is, in Me centre of the
beautiful end roitrintio Cumberland V.ll OV. its Bit
linden is exceedingly pleasant'aild beautiful. While
he villtt,eend siirrowid tag country is noted for
Ito sod I , llolNi...flee of 113 inlchitants.
very. possible induce:near Will - lreiteld put to stir
dents of the Academy to, pursue the only path to
For the coming tern: atudeniq in the Enghsh
branches will be charged l 00 per 'nowt). Li Ihe
-Latin and Greek languages-52' fit/ per month. Af"--
ierwarde the terms will be regularly as follows:
Bearding anthwashing per session of
' live months, 035 00
Tuinon in English, • 10 00
d:. do. it/eluding Latin and Greek, 13 00
French and Drawmg, tae': . . 5 l 0
Vocal and Instrumental 'Music, each 7 00
Instructions in the Hebrew language will he gin:
en without any atthaio ial charge. Nu day
scholars" will be received, and no student taken fur
ICs thao than term.. -
'classes 111 civil' Engineering will have the ad'
vantages of field operation with the G tupasis and
Chain, Level and Theodolite. For th cnc . intend'
;ogle pursue a 11101,i1I01 A cadpin is edncn tithi, cc•
copying our years. the course will lie as /allows :
Iteadine, Pewee nship. Geography, II isdnry
'n; Graollnnr, Vans nn the rhind, Alensuta•
1/11, and Algebra. weneteneel.
AlP,ebra completed, Geometry of PhiinS and
Solid , Philoqophy of ArPh Geolo,y, Nall'.
rd Philosophy, Chemistry, Latin Grammar and
Analytical Genmeiry. Colic Sections, Dilreren•
nal and Imegrallculu-, T.lconomelry, B u ir lon y,
Rhetoric, Moral Scienee,,ktaler, Virgil, IJoracC,
(odes) Greek Grammar add,yerler.
rounTit YEAR. „
Surveying., iheore.ical and practieul, Navir!al ion,
r'lnksophy t (Olneded's) Pohl lea!'
Fleullmv, Logic, Mental Nvidele en
or Chrisuanily, Natural. l'lleolouy, Ilmace (Ars
Pyeticre) Juvenal, Persil's, Homer and Ilesiod.'
((a would stroncly recommend to inner who do
no' Cffiellifliale ;I colleidime education for their
- sons ur aviirds a (ill Academie coarse, as in this
advanced idnire of nuellrrnml improvoineni
lea shorn of this ill sa iisfy American people;
and - it is tit tidy lielievedlliat dna Institution posi-ea•
the capiibiliiius feir imparting us sound and corn'
plate an educanurdas any Other in the count try._
Harker, Drs..l. Hannon, A. Rankell, Z., ,I,
Newvilli• ; .F. :1. 11 tker. Rev. .Ikey,
Rev. M. 13. Tatte:sun, Bloomfield; II vi \V, 11.
Preddencof Girard C01L.... Phdadel ohm ;
Dr..f. It. Irvine, Newellle ; Rev T. V. .Nloare,
Richmond, Va. ; flee. J. Lillie, ll,ol , tield, New
Jersey: Th. Faculty ot Join:rano College; J Imes
litlitdp. A. NI Rae. M. IliiedincB , 11 , 1 Janiea
Carothers, M. D. Willteit.dourim l'a. Rev. S
McChloe., Rev. Joseph asborne, Allegheny co.,
prim - awmn'‘m''iv•J
.1. II: STINSON, A. M., Prolessor of Lan•
i?uliges, Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
J. OREN, A. M., Professor of the Normal
1). A. L. LAI V ERTY, Assi,tant.
Nt.,II.:SBRS. LA VERT & is L Y
wool i reweetlully inlorni their friends
end tie pnhlie generally, that they intend h,
,tninenee Hie" let 'SOSSIOIIot their school, en
he Ist Atinday in Oetueer, next. They in.
end'te spire 110 pain±in tarnishing everything
eetirtary,io roister the .11!..) mud fi 11011 S for
carders ample and pleas.trit.
l'ory hive engaged fur the Cle , sirs and
!ghee English Bittorheii, Ifr J II S T ix,o N , a
raduate in Princeton college, tour, conies with
the Most thleXtiehtiOnahle recOnlinell:laholl.9 and
relerenceS, to ehiletleler andI:dale:111011s.
SllldentS will be prepared to triter Hoy clans
in College, or lor business. "rite discipline
will be arid ant persuasive, and it is hoped,
parents sending their sons here, '.viii not be dis•
Ormeinted in Choir moral arid intellectual culture.
There will also be a Nortriiif Wepartinenr, in
which young men, wishing to prepare iluiro.
selves for Teaching, ran du so, on the latest
and most approved plan.
..-Thoplace—ismuietbfcrr - its - healthfulness - and
the moral and religicnfs character of the (2()M.
mutiny. There wi!l he two sessions n year of
live months each. The Winter Session com
mencing on the Ist Monday in October, and
ili Sumner Session on the . ed Alondoy in A
Tloniding, IVeshing find Tuition'in
English brancheq, per session, (5 trio) 650 00
Loth! or Greek Langunges 5 00
Gelman or ntisio 5 0.1
For-tliose living in town and the immediate
wishim; to hoard themselves, the terms
will be moderate.
For further partimilars, address,
D. A. T.. T.
Shipnensburg; Pa., septl7 Proprietors.
TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
RESPECTFULLY infortna the public gen
erally, Ilia, he has just returned Irian the city
with a large and splendid a. , sort anent of articles
suitable for gentlemen and ladies' toilets, such
SHAVING CREAMS AND SOAPS.
RoussePs Rose - and Ambkosial shaving cream,
" • Fancy Toilet-Soaps, &c.,
Extracts of various odors, Fancy
Cologne and Cologne notice,
" Compound Ox Marrow Pomade,
Romaine, together with Geranium
rose hair oil;ox marrows. hears oil, lee.. , Also
a - rare assortment of brushes,surh 0131 int brush-
Cs, 161, do.. troth, do., shaving, do., clothes,
do: A lot of razors, did razor strops. Also 011
hand a large assortment of hair wdrlc, such no.
Gentlemen,' wigs and scalps.
' Back and front braids;
Curls, S.te., and a variety al other
articles to which the attention of the publie is
Ca?lisle, May 2S 1A51.,
House and Lot at Public Sale.
On S.ITURDAr, the 25:4 of October, 1851
Tali subscriber will offer at plibbe sale the
house in.whieh he now lives, situate on the east
side of west street, half way between 'Lowlier
and North streets, in the borough of Carlisle—
' , . It is a TWO STORY FliAlllo.
.....,0,0 4 t 4 N. HOUSE, rougli onit,.witha large
ga 4 , „ ~,, bock huilding,"contarning in all
ph . 1. ....., eight rooms,- with. a large . pantry;
ikilFt}ci. passoe, and a, good, work-shop
and woodhouso at the Riot of the lot, ell in good
order. , The lot is 2.9 feet in trout by NO deep,.
arid !wends twat' alloy. The house has a we- •
for right to n'good well orwitter, forty feet from
the house: • The lot is well sup Plied; with the
choicest of Punt trees, This property 'would'
suitfor a hoarding house, its it is near tho col
lege., The property will sold ( oft'rpasonable
terms - , and possession givon on the Ist day of
lanuttey or April, as, may snit Ito .purehaser.=
Terms maw, linownmn .day of 5a10,,. Sale to
oommonee of 10 ,o'cloolt„ A, ,M. For further.
palliators enquire of the subscriber, uLli r'..:.'
°cilia ' WILILIAM•11,• WARN. ,
MaGASinith 9 o Coal. .':.....
2000 buelielq ..aApinith', , coot, a F • oiperi ,
rticlo, receiving and for sale by • gt
W B MURRAY, A
, PROSPEROUS-A FERTILE SOIL. AND BUSY WORKSHOPS,—TO WHICH LET ME ADD KNOWLEDGE AND FREEDOM.=Bidiop Hall
ALLEN de. BROTH:6IR,
I'JAIN AND DOJO RA JIVE PLASTER-
Schuylkill Sixth Sn:ect,below F ibc, , Erisl ei le,
CALL the attention of th a ir.,de, contrador,
and others, building or mine lein:Lc, to their com
plete assortinont of architect 1,1 , 1 ornaments, in
the various styles and orders (.n . metier den„-
ration, in plaster and composlt ion. -Capitals for
enlumns and pilastor3, corni us, bracket.; trie
zos, comer flowers, rosette, 'two
executed in the best mariner ' Vivienne trout
original ig6 done with accuracy at short
notice. /Designs furnished for ceilings, &e.—
Orders from all parts of the Stares care:
fully picked with perfect saf.ty. (net mini) .
Carpets and Oil Cloths
AT EraBRIM 2(E,S
CHEAP CARPET STORE
r - VHE subscriber being' in a ',ye 11 . 1"ei is nu
I der a low rent, and very iohl store expert
ses, which enables Itim to sell eiiods wholesale
or retail at the lowest priors in the city, and
buyers will do well to examine his 11,40 r, ment
ofbenutifr,l INIPIIIIIAI,, I NI:RAIN and V if,-
NITIA - N — AdIPMTS - , bf all •valilis and every
variety. And °lf. CLOTHS !row 010 21 feet
wide for' Rooms, Hillis, wl'h,a grim; vat i•
ety of low priced Ingrain Carew,. from 25 to 50
cents; and Entry and Stair Ca , 'iota iro:n 10 . to
50 cents per yard. Also, Hearth II ug. Table
CoYers, Floor Briar, Clio - too aid trio i:tirpets;
"Stair Rods, &e. IL 11. EIIiDRIDGE.
Nn. 41, ST RA W11E1212 t 1 , 0 , ono , door
above Chesnut street, near Second t—Philada.
Drover's DM: .;Plamilizetory
EMOVI.D TO •
NO. 114 RACE.tiTREEI
(Between 1'1)111'1h and Fittlt.opp p Crown er.)
WHERE . the Proprietor is co Oiled, by itti
creased, facilities,to supoly the g rowtnu druid
for HOVER'S' INK, elicit its widespread rep
utation has created.
This-Inlt is now so wall the
good opinion and tamfitleace l ol the' A fiterietto
that it is scarcely tiecess.ev to '.ay :toy
thing in its lavor, an.l iltr mann' tto itter Silts
liispp oni yto vey thin-11w co.AdiFurr - rlirm
secur.e shall not lie abosed.
In addition to the various Mork' or : \Vri:itig
Ink, he mantiratoures Adatnaatine Cra.,ll.
for mending Glass and as well it- a .11-
perimullair I)ye I a trial only is occet•nry t.,
insure its future use. and a i.S'eatiugt Wax., well
adapted for Dragg•sts told Bottletal nt n e, ry
low price, in, large or small rpllttilire4. I ) rtil," ,
addressed to PI a v ER.
oct 15' riftt Per.
Perfumery, Fa 7 nci ( S6An & Paper Box
48 Markel street, below Second, Philadelphia.
Clt() U ['TON; Manalleturers
of - gel 'Vinery. Volley Snaps and ['alley
Paper 110X.es, respecttully call the attention 01
the Druggists nod Dealers in Carl.sle and the
Cumberland Valley, to their - extensive rinrh o.
Goods. comprising Perfumery; Fawn/ Sonoe-
Powders for the complexion, Toile',
or every variety. Also, a fiall and eomploi
sortment of Fancy .Paper Boxes, of every de
scription, large or small, round or square, made
to order at the shortest notice.
.10 - Don't forget the place, .18';1Inr,het street,
Philadelphia. All orders will meet with pomp
attention. r ., jail
ECONOMY iS tVEALTII
Pine Oil Cawahine & Medal Fluid,
0" acknowledged sapptiority nod minty,
manufactured arid Kr sale at t .4. I••wesi
Wholesale prieft, by DAVIS &II 1' 11.
at the .1.1 established e:nnd of the In lit -
min I'. Davis, U.\ 111)EN, NEW .n:1:=1•:\'.
where orders by to ul or otherwise are -4 •4n oeil
Dud pram!) , ar tenii •n
,The voi.• •4it 4
public for fifierri years, am 3 the nw .
silver 3iratl, an I e•onidimentary liv
the li'ratilslin ln,tit In' over all einoe' , 4l4.
eviil-inee Ito exeellenee of.. it mil
.VCOII4, I j igrh, Tarpe'll I ;no, ROPtilt , aqr!
"r TUrp"lll ine, f rtr.el, \Vholesttle—und
tail, at the Incest Driveg.
Silver Medals Awarded
To E. MCI,
.for Pod - awry and 'Fncy,
Soaps, 1819 and 1830.
IIIVI'CLAIN continues to manaraetur.
§2 4 0 .
his Celebrated First Premium Vegeta
ble Hair Oil, Patent Magni - Me Sory,'Orris nod
Teaberry Tooth Paste, Lilly White, &e., pre
pared at 83 North 7th greet, above CIIC , IV,
Philadelphia. And sold by S. W. AA V FIR
STICK,-at- his-Drug and - Book- Stora,--N,ril.
Hanover street, Carlisle. fjuly2.'Bsl-6ib
xvillezrz, 177.7.1C1T.a &, CO.,
-0/11M01.1E, Md. ,
("I ENERAL CO VINIESSIONAND 1 , (11.
Ulf' WARDING MERCHANTS Nor:1
Street, opposite the Sumichannah Rail It
Depot, Baltimore. ' Keep constantly •on "ham
ro, sale, Fish, Salt. Gonne, Plaister, &c. 1,11,
oral advances made on' cohsiginiceots.
June 18;51. Gin pd. •
Harrisburg Steam Wood Turaing
and Scroll Sawing Shop.
WOOD TURNING in all its brune'.r•+, i
city style and at city miens.- Every vanity
Cabinet and Carpenter work either on hand
turned to onion
Bed Posts, • Table,,Legs, Awning Pasts,
Btilustees, ✓\ceteell Posts, - Wagon Hubs,
Rosati, PatterUs, 'lumns, -
Slat and Quarter Mouldings, Round or Oclagm
Chisel Handles, 6.e. •
This shop is jut STRAWBERRY ALLEY
near Third Street, and us we intend to pll'ool
all our customers who want good work done
It is hoped the trade will give usfi call. Tee
Pins and Ten—Pin Balls made to order or re
turned. _ _
NV. U. HICKON
Harrisburg, •April 110th, 1851-Iy. .
Grand and Square PIANOS.
11(1)&11.faCillterS XO3. 6,6, 9 and, I I All:,(11V
amiA NO FORTES, front 6 to 7 octaves. is
in Rosewood, Mahogany tied Walnut ea hi,
el, various styles, with and without Iron from
eothbining .all the improvernonts•requisite Ti
superior . instrument.
K. 8r:. G. have received .Irinn the Alarylaiiil
Institute the first iwenauni for Iloor Pianos, it
three successive yours, 1948,1849, 1850. They
have oleo been honored with numerous testifier),
'dela from all the most celebrated artists Wir
have used their inairolnents. Piendeirom the
establishment have. been used at the cOncoe's
es Lied, Herz,..Holinsteclt; 'l3latiOP, Labord
Kneen, and other emineet•perlormers. • ,Yltii
genranice durability fer five years;• und&die nl
care. and will replace 4 ' rill: others' all Which:
- may not give satisfaction:if application' lie, made
within six Months after deßvery.
Their Unnufactory being:cooducted on thr.
moat exte'insiVe - scale enables them to lurnisli
inerfutnents at the very loweSt driest,. Whole•
sale and retail, Consintilly , :on hand, A. P.
'ffitghes' Melodeons, ranging front $4540 8200,
for which they are solo agents for this City, ,
January22)4 N 51.1 y
Carlisle Female Sethinary..
, ?rats Institution‘commenced . its Fall Terni
on • tho:tet, -of September, under the care o
Miss Plisse Pmets,' assisted 'by competent
instruction in the languages and drawing, no
extra (Margo, , ' • •
Music taught bY,an exporieneed : teacher, at
,n extra charge. • t. • feepplf)'
A RNOLDS writing fluid, a very
uk morior Ink for sore et _ HUB net
Agtitnifttre,cJ3.itHitiek - ozi tiith'
~ Otittr4t- ii.tomidiolt
For the " Herald."
A IP A N.O
Iletpectirly Inscribed to Mass S. J.)
True is, that. whilome that good poet sayd,
The gentle inhale by gentle (eds 18 knoWne
A pilgrim bird from wilds lila'.
With homely wing and simple lay,
Would mount with 'Minims' guidon c. 0.,
Andiwander i forth one summer day.
Br:lying the mountain's giddy height,
And. floods that laved its jogged side,
:Iweu•c, now he'd cease his flight,
And in the valley warble wide,
Where the clear brook went tinkling by—
Anon within the breezy wood,
Where erst the Druid loved to hie,
And Dryades woo the solitude:
The vine-clad steep—the mussy -dell— -
The uplands, with rieh fruitage teeming
An I many tpot by ford and full
That lie had pictured in his dreaming;
These did he search, in vain, to find
friendly noel: where he might dwell ;
(Tho' some to him were seeming kind
'Their way did not a welcome tell.)
I'mmadird ! he sore bemoaned his fate
When chance iliselw:ed a lily fair,
Irhn, pitYing one o desolate,
l id courtenitsly invite•him there,
Shit oped to him her weird domain—
:A covert, where the draces smiled ;
t,lieltered from the onn and rain
Py ttilip-tree and sumach wild.
She spread for him a dainty feast—
Ain',rosin fresh distilled from Heaves ;
Anil ,selve for hiM l n. silken nvid,
Of atliery• dioiin from tliistle risen.
ml many, I wenn, n gentle strain,
The bird for that sweet il,over did biin,4;
~pd ,iv slit sought tu, soothe ainniu
And cheer LiS lonely sojourning.
happy Viva! oh 'blessed flower !
Ana 11114 lumt liort—ond he must go
Llsek to his own mill scowl-land
And-she must him no longer know.
:Vet, 11,1 : for, as the timid rill
Unheeding yet the ruAin:r tide
Flaws on, all calm and still,
11 . ) rugged pass and mountain aide ;
I' On, till within the ocean blue
It ours at length its waters
I Nor hen Is what lands it pee-es through,
But onward murmurs day and night ;
So, into the great ncean, lie,
Or song, his rustic verse will pour,
Whilst she, sonic elan-wed fay shall be,
Or listening Nereid—hy the shore.
Adieu! what more the bird might sa3
Ile can but whisper ere he pert—
" Bear him in misal . when far away
As he will wear thee in his heart!"
Carlisle, Pa., Sept. ”Ith, 1851,
THE BLIND MAN,
AND THE BLIND GOD
BY F111:1)1:1111CA 111!134:1t
1 / l iiii'Veol in Special
Pre‘bience:=. Tlie heathen believed in fac•>ri(-
i-to exercised by the god , , in their protecting
1 mid fiitoring certain individuals, to the exclu
,'..ion of others. It is the pH, ilege of the Chris
, tient 4,, belie, e in-the special provid6me of in
patetnal Cad manifested to every-child of nein,
j and which, sooner or litter, during his wander
ings through the manyinalisionS of existence,
' will clearly lie diselosed.to him, "Cod enters
by a private door to every individual!" And
though that divine visitation does, fur many'
persons, not take place shNug, their stay on
earth, there are seAwral instances in which it
is so clearly seen, even here, that we cannot
help exclaiming, It is the Lord!" Such an
instance we would give, in tine following story
of two yet living individuals. And that the.
blind god is Isere made the messenger of the
seeing one, we will not impair his reputation.
The young 'Charles A. followed, as n physi
' elan, with the Swedish linty, when'that, in the
year I 84 I, with threatening movement entered
the valleys of Norway, then resi,ting the an
nexation to Sweden' resolved upon by the Eu
ropean monarchs at the Congress at Vienna.—
A dangerous disease of the eyes broke - 'obt'in
the estop. The young and talmded physician
exerted hinilielf in its mire with as much assi
duity 115 gond-hick. All the patients recove
red, but Inc himself filially caught the disease,
and to him alone it proved fatal. No help
would help WM. His eyeballs burst, and
sight was lost without remedy. He was about
lire -and-twenty years of ago when he thus
turns bereft of the sight of the day. Ile was
Young man of the highest promise, handsmne
fit person, ardent, aspiring, and gifted with
rare fimulties for his prefeskieM Ile Was am
bitious; and visions of future fame 'and great
ness had, ant 'brilliant stars, bealtolledhila 161-
Ward. , To be, from these sunny heights, cast
dawn and shut up in the übys's of utter dark
nets, Was a dreadful shuck to such a mind, It
was tobe buried alive. do he felt it. Life
tens to hint no blank, and Walle than a blank,:
Ilia nelive soul preyed upon itself. And tho'
he grappled. sternly with his destlny,..bearing
.without complaint what he must bear, blade
melancholy seized upon his mind, and made
him safage and solitary. Ile shut hithself tip
free the company of his fellow creatures, and
seemed to waste away.
"It must not be so!" said to him, one day,
a blind and earnest friend; "it must be other-
Wise with you! Come, lot us go into'the coun
try; among forests 'and birds andintopre tiler);
and BCC if they will not give tiS a, bolter feel
ing'of life thtinthiselose end' smoky eit,y. 7 --
Cense, I am going to',ltee my relations in Virm
latur,mid that is abollt a hundred - ntiluar:ffom
here,; ,come with me,—ho my companion Ore
will matte friends with nature, and then,,and ,
forget all our sorrows.",. -
. 'rik:good friend carried his point, and wont
off' with' charies on itiirjournoy. On, the sec
ond day aftnr their departure, they stopped a i t
a little nonntry toivit!to oluthgo'-their .hoises. 7
for fine hero'a nlindnt," said Oharleo'
&Sandia bile, aftbr haviniled him. up into a
Hatii At the tavern. "I will be 'back ivlthin
half an hour, and wo will proceed on ourf our
- Ile went away, and-Charles waited half an
hour, and then another, and yet another half
hour, and still ate friend did not come back.—
Impatient and anxious, the blind young man
begun-to walk about the house, feeling his way'
with his stick' Ho found his way out in the
vestry, and hearing light footsteps on the stair (
ease, lie called out, and asked who was the •
" Who is it that calls?" answered a• y lig
The blind man named himself, his condition,
his friend and anxiety about him.
"Char:es A.!" repeated the voice; "pli,
then you are my cousin, and IQ have heard of
you, and, I dare say, you of me and My
ly, tholmh we lihve never seen one another.—
My name is Maria W. My father and myself
are on our way home to our country place in
the vicinity of this town after a journey of
some weeks, Permit me ttP . leml you to my,
father's room, while we Make :inquiries for
Charles' hand Vas clasped by that of Maria,
and he was led by her to her father.
Inquiries were made for their friend, which
brought back the melancholy tidings that he
'had, in the street, been seized by an attack of ,
apoplexy, taken into en apothecary's shop ?
expired an hour afterwards without regNernig
his senses. •
Maria and her father took Charles with
them to their home iti.in the country. Maria
felt as -if a brother had been given to her
iv luan she ought to comfort and care for: Tier
whole w•omatt'S'hdart'w•as moved for the soli
itary SU eri,r.- She led him about in the for
ests and the green meadoWs around her home.
She madoldin feel he fresh, sweet, perfumed
air; made him smell the flowers of the field,
listen to the birds and singing broOks% It was
spring then, and the birchwood, putting forth
-its leave., tilted the air with fragiiince. The
isdrylTrif",=tldift ifilpfarbtrti - ltildelr m Orin,
.with her - riches, and nil her wondero, bas-not
—the laid:, circling in the, azure sky, made the'
'space ring, with song; and every little rivulet
in the fields warbled joyously, winding its way
thtough mosses andgrasses. Charles and Ma
ria wandered baud in hand in that beautiful
and expanded nature, as ;two beautiful and
happy spirits. Then they were happy there,
in the company of one titcother. Charles awa
kened to new life. Near Maria, he felt as if
he saw the green fields, the sunshine, the
blue - sky that she saw. his sense, of _smell,
his feelings, his ear opened with delight: to the
ica-gronee, the winds,, the sounds which sur
r.dmded Lint, like loving, ministering spirits.
And the lovely girl, his faithful companion,
shared and heightened still more' every happy
feeling. She brought to hint the flowers, the
grasses Lad mosses, .and described them to
him. Ile told her their names, dheirqualities,
their life; told her, much of .the great, m,yste,
rious life in nature. In the evenings, she.
read to him, or he played Jo her on the piano;
and that-talent, which he had early acquired,
developed itself at once with a power and
beauty which was, a surprise as well as delight
indrimself: - - -- The - harmenies - of-Wei - of - creation,
which now ilaWued upon his soul, were embod
ied in hi's music, and his soul seemed a. rise
and expand on its,ovings. Even his intellect
ual powers acquired new strength, and tho'ts
and words came to him whieh made him a
poet. Ills health, Ms strength came again—
he mas again, though deprived of his eyes,
the handsome Charles A.
So passed a year. Then came a. crash
which threatened to destroy the innocent hap
piness of the two lovers—for lovers they were,
though they bud never said nor thought of it.
father died, and his creditors seized
upon his fortune. All debts being' aid, noth
ing remained for his only child but a =till
annuity, scarcely enough, for her support.
• "What shall we now do?",: s said Charles;
and=with'n which only'served more to
set off the deep melancholy of his feelings; he
added: "I can only play for you!" '
" And I .shall work for you !" exclaimed
Maria, with a sudden inspiration and with
'Cheerful firmness SIM wont on: . Chßrles, we
must not part. I shall work for you, for us
both. I can—l will. When I was very young
I used to make dolls representing our peasan
try in different provinee,s in theirs provincial
costumes, and other toys for children, end had
theist sold at the fairs to procure me some
needle money beyond what my father allowed
_and it was astonishing_ how muCh j,Mardn
by it. NOW I will I again take up the play of
My' chitdish years, and make earnest of it.
And .1 have the feeling that I shall suCceed,
and by that means get a livelilMod for no both:
Then we must not part."
" Marie, my sweet compaMon . , my dear Ma
ria, how good and noble you are ! But I can;
not consent ! No ! I cannot boso . scifish. You
must not, in the bloom of your life, be chained
,the destiny of a blind, man ; indeed -you
oust 'mot. Ah I if I were not poor, or if I
wore a:man that : could support you, oh, then,
hox bSsed. shimi - d - 1 be with 'you! But now,
Charles!lie stm, Speak not so. You
know better I 'You any I must not. Charles,
you know I must I .* You must feel that, sepa.,
rated from you, I never more could be happy:
that life would bo worthless to me if I cannot ,
devote it to you, serve yott, love you!' Oh,.
yes, Charles, new I may say it, for I know it is
so,! 1 love you, and•Tust always love you !
And can you do nothing for Ine,.Charles,?' Can
not you love me 7 -then.l know you do—and be.
happy with me? And cannot you talk <4B me.
endplay to me no nobody else Oh Charles!
since I.ipn with You, , a, new
,heinghas awaken-; -
edwithin me: The whole world seems ohangudr
it has become moro.Wido,.Moro beautiful 1-=•:
life 140(11)11} ennobled !, When I.hear your
ilia, all Mysteries lmaven, ; :m4 earth seem.;
dii4ol96ed,to me; Ijar9 seems, Ro 41i ,
,goodness se• groat, and' every .disoord of lifo is
solved harmony, , . , And.hs that, uothing,
impart suelk • lifo, anoh delight:? All say
rather that It is nothing that I can do for'you.
coil' work for you;—yes, and cherish you,
'and hind you as. your'SorVant or your dog. But •
gladly will I take , up my humbler part, and;
thank Him that ha's appointedit to nee. Charles
let Unhoth thank llim and obey Him, for, He
has 'given' you to me, and me: to you, as - help
and joy in-life. Do you notfeel, do you not' .
know, do you hot see it - , - ddar?"
Ile knew, ho felt,.ho saw it ‘ 4ll. The light'
of joy and love dawned upon the blind man,
voilLumE H.iL NO 12
Cl lisping the dear inspired girl to his bre •
his heart beating against her heart, he loooked
into her soul, in his own, looked out in futu
rity,_in time, in eternity, and saw all lit up as
by a rising sun : all was clear and sure.—
. 'stening tears of joy started ft/ern his eyes.
Come!"' said he, " come, lot us go to the
altar !" •
They were married., From the altar she led
hum to their new home,-in neat and comforts
ble'little dwelling, provided by ono part of
their small fortune. „There; was his piano, and
there, in the same room, wee .her' working
desk. There they eat together. How please'
antly she worked Away while she was listening;
to his music! Thou came the regular walk,
before dinner, in the open air; then the little
dinner always heartily enjoyed. When even
ing came, Maria reposed from her work; and
read to her husband, or wroto what ho dicta
ted, thoughts, poetry toiler very dear. Often
would a friend drop in, take part in their tea,
and enliven the hour with news from without,
or pleasant talk. - -So-years-glided-swiftly and
peaoefully away. Maria succeeded in her
p9s; her dolls and toys for children enabled
her to,'.sustain prettily the household. She
even could afford, now iand then, to trencher
husband with some of the little luxuries of
life. His happy smile was the sunshine of her
- When L saw them, they were old. They
were wanting under shady trees, arm in arm.
It was a summer's day. His hair was silver
gray, and fell down. in graceful locks; hor
dress was white—they looked -noble and se-
"See, thr.t is beautiful!" said my compan
ion, taking ofrhis hat to them, " She is with
him always, so gentle and cheerful. They are
a linnpy pair!"
And he told me the story.
TAKE CAKE OP YOUR FEET
Of all parts of the body, says Dr. Robert
son, there is not one which ought to be so
carefully attended to as the feet. ,Every per
son knows from experience that bolds, and
many other diseases which proceed from the
wheel of. the system," that the circulation
of the-blood may be very easily checked there.
Yet for all this although every person of
common sense should be aware of the truth of
what we have stated. there is no part of the
_human body so much frilled with as the feet. ,
The young and - abuld-bb genteel-footed-cramp
their feet in thin-soled, pinching boots and
;dines, in order to display neat feet in the fash-s
ionable sense of the term. There is one great
against which every person should be on
their guard, and it is one which is not often
guarded against—we mean the olumge of
for - cold boots or shoes. A. change is often
made from' thick to thin-soled shoes, without
reflecting' on the consequencss that might
sue. In cold weather, boots and shoes made
of good thick leather, both in soles and up
pers, should be worn by all. Mater-tights aro
lot _ood. if the are air-ti:fits also• India
rubber over-shoes should never be worn except
in wet, splashy weather, - and then not very
long at once. It is hurtful to theifeet to wear
any covering that is air-tight over them, and
for this reason India-rubber should be worn
as seldom as possible.: No part of the body
should be allowed to have a covering that en
tirely obstructs t 1 passage of carbonic gas
from the pores, of the skin outwards, and the
moderate passage of air inwards to the skin.
Life can be destroyed in a very short time, by
entirely closing up the' pores of the skin.—
Good warm stockings and thick-soled boots
and shoes are conservative of health and coti
sequently of human happiness. Scientific A
What a beautiful word is home. How often
do we liner it. I love.to'be at home 'Winne we
enjoy so many blessings and have ad much
happiness. Homeis a place where our prayers
are blended and i thingled,gfor they are borne
to the skies. There we have thoughts of each
other, and' try to make it ns pleasant as we
can. We cannot always have.a home and pa
rents to take care of us, and while we possess
both, we ought to be good,and'never complain
because our HOMe is not as richly 'furnished'
as some of our friends. We ought to try and
make Lie happy looks and joyful faces as we'
can. it is nofriclieS alone that Makes 4 us hap:'
py. I have known a great many rich persons
that are very unhappy. , Some people have
no honielo_go to. flow bad they, must, feel.
We should be thankful that we aro not id their
places. How we ought to love our boom and,
Our parents and ever be able to say "Home,,
Home, sweet Home!" We shall some. day
have a 'happier home than we now have, a
heavenly home, above Paradise,
' Iriz." - f - We always rd- that nogroos had
thick skulls, but we have deemed it'll slander
ous 4dieetion.'l A correspondent; however,
tells us is story , that, if ,we credit Idle, masp
lead us t 4, the opiniod that.it 'was not aThslan,
Lkr. Ile says that
,ono' of our sable brethren.,
was passing through the streets,, a few, days
since daring, a thunder shower, when a flash
'of lightning,struok him npon his head. , Ho,
lapped 'his hand to _the spot, and looking
around him * ezelqinied, "I thought I beam , ,
suthin drap on mykheadl" . His skull has se
ilii*AnSilbarcl Unit the ,lightning, tumble to.
crack it, paused, off into the ground. - .
xt6i„ learn fidat the Fiederleksburgh.
.Vet'vs that a wonuttinamed Betsey Procter
lung herself ut, the poorrhouse in that town a
ew, days ago, The Neica soya there, IV,IiIEI2
oeident In the history, of the life of this wo.
tau wort o • She had been blind
ten years, and IMegune flo . .Aider the
icirpamstaneettp- 7 4 4 When married we !
nut her husband eharged her.y4.ltinconstapoy :
I the marriage row. She einphatioally,derdett ! ..,
and upon her bonded knees prayed God. to
.trike her blind, if true' Immediately after,
is wont blind. • •ShO 'died. by tho'vielenoe r Of
or own hands; distraeted by'the•aonstentap4" l,o
reheusion of the further Judgements of liest 3 "''' ?
Itjis said Bndth,*it'J'An,' published
sw ! edition' f :his - grammar, in which he
leaks of four genders, viz r—M . aeoulino, Fein,
Me, Notiter end Bloomer, . ,