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Every one has admired Parthenia's deflgiC of Love
to Ingomur :
"What Love is, if thou would'st be tax ght,
Thy heart must teach alone—
, Two souls with but a single thought,
Two hearts that beat like ono."
Some profane eyniedmving no fear of Cupid before his
eyes, has sent us the the following villainous parody:
Love is n night mare with one font ;
Two children with one bon:
Two turnips with a single root ;
Two cabbage heads as one."
LAME AND LAZY.
Two beggars, Lame and Lazy, were in want
of bread. One leaned on his crutch, the other
reclined on his couch.
Lame called on Charity and hunbly asked
for a cracker. Instead of a cracker he receiv
ed a loaf.
Lazy. seeing the gift of charity, exclaimed,
What, ask for a .crapker and receive a. loaf!
Well, I will ask for a: for a loaf."
Lary now applied to Charity and called for
a loaf of broad.
'Your demand for n loaf,' said Charity,
'proves that you aro a loafer. You are of
that class and character who ask and receive
dot; you ask amiss.'
Lazy who always found fault, and had rath
er whine than work, complained of ill-treat
moot, and oven amused Charity of d breach
of exceedingly great, - a Precious promise.—
'Ask and thou shalt receive.'
;Pliarizy points him to a painting in her
room which presented to his vision three per
sonages, Faith, 1-iope, and Charity. Charity
appeared larger and fairer than her sisters
0e noticed that her right hand held a pot of
honey, which fed a bee disabled, having lost
his wings. lior left hand was armed with a
whip to keep off the drones.
`Don't understand it,' said Lazy
Lazy turned to go.
'Stop,' said Charity, 'instead of coin I will
give‘you counsel. Do not go and live'off
your poor mother, for I will send you a ridh
'Rich aunt,' echoed Lazy. 'Where shall 1
rind her ?'
MonAL.— Instead of waiting for an uncle to
die, go and soo how a rich aunt lives.
A HUSBAND FOR A DAY.
A very funny farce is sometiMeti presented
to the' public called, ' A Nabob for an hour.'
A mole-drama has recently been enacted in
Si. Albans, Vermont, 'which may be denomin
ated Husband for a Day.' A few evenings
siueo, us we are informed by a correspondent,
a lady whose 'husband has been in California
about five years, was agreeably surprised by
the unexpected return of her better half, ns
she supposed. He wore a heavy board and
moustache, and was familiar with many inei
dents of their early life, and so fully establish
ed himself in the capacity of her husband that
be passel an agreeali.e day in her company,
and obtained possession of some $3OO previ
ously remitted for her use. The happy pair
Were receiving the congratulations of their
neighbors during the next day, when lo and
behold! •the joy of the lady was suddenly
changed to bitterness by one who had recent
ly returned from the gold region, and who
.proved to her satisfaction that the would-be
husband was • nothing more or less than a good
imitation of the genuine article—bearing the
same form and features, and having been an
intimate friend of the true one. The marital
impostor has been arrested, and now awaits
his exanination fur (so the indietinent reads)
'assault and battery.'
What amotnentous life does the follow
ins epitaph, from an England tombstone a
“Departed this life, my obedient wife,
With whom I lived without quarrel or strife
Thirty long years in marriage she spent,
Without calling write for mingle cent.”
A VARIETY"TAIINK.—The Portland Adverti..
e'er says that a suspicious trunk was seized at
a depot in Portland, by the police, on Monday,
and upon being opened was found to contain
3, neat looking cask of liquor, various articles
of clothing, several large tailors' shears, and
a number of Catbolio books, including a mass•
ve and elegnig
TJMNS arin.Leausrs.--, rd times are
said to be like that spepieit of iocasts which
visits es every seventeen years. "In support
61' the following years are glinted as
peculiarly :distinguished fur high prices and
°amity, beginning, with 1803 : 1820, 1837
ni 18 7 .4.
.11t2 llth 111.4 ant a lon,
MAres RlMlT.—Machiavel the colebroted
Italian political and miscellaneous writer, says,
is one of his treaties—" Man has a right to
speak, think, and write with freedom upon all
- -subject ; but be ha 4 no right so force his opin
ions upon others, or to persecute those who
dilnr with him in belief,"
TlOl ST:OI9 —The constellation follow in
each other's train like the different, ears of
of man's life The evening star is the herald
of youth-and joy, the moon is mature age,
brightlnd quiet but cold, end followed by a
brief darkness soon to be succeeded by the
splendor of the rising sun of immortality.
Too MopEsT nr HALF.— . Trave you any
mbhorn bonnets ?' inquired a very molest
miss of a shop keeper.
'Any )vhat ?'
'Any limbhorn bonnets !'
'Any—you don't mead leghorn !'
The young lady was brought to by the pro
THE TRUE CAUSE.—The . 1 3 11818 k water at
Jersey City, N. J., is said to have a very fishy
taste, to account for which, a certain Water
'Commissioner gave as a reason, that ‘the body
of an Irishman : l'nd been found in the rcoer
voir at Bergen, just after Lent.'
Q„` - Johnston says he never was in a tight
place but once, and that was when he had an
insane bull by the tail. Had he held on he
said he Would have been dragged to death over
a stabile field while if he had not held on
e critter would have turned round and gored
his bowels out. The question is, which did
Johnson do, hold on or let di - f. Answers may
be sent by return mail
Da„Red ants are kept away by placing a
small quantity of green sage in closets or
where they usually appear.
g629,..1ie bath no leisure who useth it not.
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) OBERT B. SMILEY, CABINET
it, MAKER and UNDERTAKER
North Hanover street, next doer to
would respectfully Inform the
citizens of Carlisle and the public generally, that he
has new on hand a large and elegant assurtment Of FUR ,
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tt COFFINS made at the shortest notice; and liar.
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Remember the 'stand—neat door to 11. 0111.'s
llotel. It. B. SMILEY.
EXTE AM NSIVE FURNI TITRE ROOM:
—J ES It. WEAVER would. resneefeully call
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Dressing and Math Bureaus, and every other
article in his branch of business- Also now on hand,
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the lowest prices. AM:INS made tit the short
est notice and a hearse provided for funerals. lie
AolleitS a call at his establishment, on North' Ilan
ovor street, near Olasse's llotad.
Arty-Furniture hired out by the month or year.
;.0 U 1
"Ch W "LlSl,E.—Theundersh,u
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sell at the lowest prices. Ile invites attention palm.
!arty to the F.tal:Nr SPRINTI BOTTOM BEMEAD, a most
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4.4- COFFINS Luodii - to order at the sh.rtest notice.
IDRY GOODS NEW STORE &
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In the Ilerough of Carlisle, a largo and general assort.
moot of S TALE AND FANCY DRY 0001)5,
lug almost every kind and variety of goods adnated to
this market, together with an assortment of ORME.
ill ES. I its stock having been neardyellpurchased wtthin
the last two weeks. buyers will base the advahtaga of
selecting from STOCIC - , as well, as of the late
decline In thuprlen of many.nrtielee.• 110 will be happy
to exhibit his goods to all who. buy favor him with a
call, and pledges himself to sell every article as low or
lower than they can be purchased elsewhere.
Carlisle, Nov. pi, IE4I. . ROBERT DICIC.
rtiIIRASHING-MACIIINES of the
best make constantly on hand and for Nilo at the
Car lido Foundry and Machina Shop.
OARDNER & BROWN
pumPS.---Just received a large assort
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6111111 . 11(tW; Iron and Brass Cistern awl Cistern Side
Pumpl. Also. - out-door Pumps, so regulated as, not to
be subject to freezing In ,rduter. These pumps are got
up In the very best style in point of (Luality sod work
manship. The -Wauufaeturers haying bed ',premiums
a warded Sr their pumps at several State Fairs, where
nn - liar. boon on exhibition. Also.eothdantiv on ban a
a ran nt of Iron Well Curbs and Chain Pampa
Yor Bali low at,
.1 Olt I 1' EN PM A:\11) CONVEY-VS
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APPINESS ! HAPPINESS !!
111 WHAT CAN MAKE US HAPPY?
"Iteason's whole pleasure, all the joys of sense,
Lie in three words—llealth, Peace, and Competence.
But when we bar e pains, affliction or anguish of dis
eases, is not our pleasure, Our joy. and Our happiness
thereby destroyed? 'Why lot our sick fellow-being suf
fer? hoes not Christ say : "With the same measure ye
mote, it shall be murmured to you again?" —Mat. 7, 2.
Who is a s toe man and endowed with knowledge ii
flung you, let him show out or a good conversation his
works with tneekness and wisdom."—.lames 3,13.
SURGERY ANL MEDICINIS.-IMetor. P. C.
Dlilt, Surgeon and Physician. who is Botanist nod
Physiologist, and is Graduate of our best Medical Cone.
gos, and tins made himself acquainted with all the vari
ous systems of Medical Mimeo, and with the recent
discoveries and improvements in the various depart
ments of the nettling Arts, faithfully attends to (oder,
for Surgical and Medical Aid. and w hose medicines are
all made or c,2taposed strictly In accordance witli the
Sciences of Pathology, Botany, Bydropathy and Physi
ology ; and whose medicines are all composed of whole
some roots, Monts, and hydrepathy, good in all discuses.
and to whom the afflicted are invited to mmly timely.
ills Character by Respectable Neighbors, Ac.
Copy of a letter from the Bey. C. 11. Lainbach to Mr.
11. It. Etter, of the Warm Springs. I:espected Fir :—Al
hne me to Introduce to your friendly notire. Fr. CAlth-
DER of New York. 1, have known Dr. C. for sixteen
years, he has done business for Me with sobriety, hon
esty and a ith accuracy; therefore 1 do bellow him to
be perfectly sober. honest and trustworthy. Any favor
you may Fee proper to confer on him, will he highly ap
preciated by his numerous friends, and by none more
highly than your sincere friend and humble sm.% ant.
C. 11. LIENISM. If.
Landisburg, Pa., July 151 h, 1851.
Copy of a letter from Cmorge Spahr, 14:sa., County
Treasurer.-1 do certify that the medical advice oar.
P. C. Cardder has surpassed any other which J have
hitherto had lit the cure of severe fever iu my family.—
I would therefore rectlmmend him to stitch persons who
may be afflicted with ittisresaid disease - or i - ,therwise.
(.11.101t0 I; SPAIIR. '
Bloomfield, August 20th, 1851.
CARDDER ibring well acquainted with the re
cent French discoveries, with their new and safe modes
of treatment, and the speedy and certain remedies and
cures for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, sentery. Choi
era Morbus and all Complaints of the Bow els and Ft' m
ach; Superior Remedies for the prevention and cute of
Asiatic thole:a. Itemedies for all the defects and dis
eases of the Generative Organs and reproductit o crow:
my In men and women; Remedies tin. Insanity; certain
and timely cures for all Consumptions, Imp.tenee.
Se . xmil Vedereal Idset,ses in all their firms;
Suppressions and other delicate female mini:Mints. All
there remedies ontanate from the most Hilda science of
Botany and . Ilydropathy c:mhhicd, (tut no poison. ,---
'I I cal all manner of sinness and all manner of disease.
New Testament. "It is for healing that Christ commen•
:letti the Famaritam—Lulie, to 37, and with row.
num 1110.171 E. "Prove all things, hold fast that %%MO: Is
g ,,,Lo____ist. , the,Faineilins, 0. 21. "79aerefr4 e let Ls 1 e
ware of laying up what we should thy out Sro health.
for there is that scattereth and yet increaseth. and there
Is that ivlthholdeth mnre than Is meet. tut it tot:ad],"
Prover Ls. 11, 2A.
Tim different medicines and their directions will 1e
sent to the afflicted in any direction by mail or express.
Address hr. P. C. CALlThbli.Carlisle, Cumberland mono
ty, pest paid, and the fee $1 always accompanying
the letter, with the order. together with a description oi
the feelings and the symptoms of the coMplaints ulthe
afflicted thelosed. It is this system of Medical Ecionce
the Books and the modes of cure only, which Dr. Card
der employs that, allow of medicines. entirely made Cr
composed of 11. holesome Moots, Plants, and Llydropnthy,
good in all diseases, (no poison), and which can make
speedy and certain remedies nud cures for "all manner
of sickness and all manner of diseme," and whieli stir
pass all oilier medical means in point of goodness, be
yond all bounds of comparison. I)I , FICEF-outh llanoser
street, East side near and below the Presbyterian Church
Carlisle. Pa. Testimonials from munercus persons of
the highest respectability In this and the adjoining
counties, give authentic evidence of the goodness of
Dr. Cartider's character, and can be seen at his afire.
N. It. The enacted can receive superior medicines nod
the directions fur their use by the first return of mail or
express. It interviews be desired, or bite renuested,
Dr. (7.'aiil endeavour to accommerlate appliCautsM , tar
JO he ran. The Doctor speaks the llnglisli and the Ger
man Languages, etc. [ Jan. 17,
PORTANT TO FEMALES 1
1/11. CHEESEMAN'S PULS'.
'the combination of ingredients in these tills is the re.
snit ofa long and extensive practice; they are mild in
their operation, and curtain of restoring nature to its
proper channel. In every instance base these Pills pro
ved successful. They invariably open those obstructions
to which Females aro liable, and being nature into its
proper channel, whereby health is restored and the pale
and deathly countenance changed to ti healthy ono. ,No
fetnale can enjoy good health unless she is regular; nod
whenever an obstruction takes place, whether from ex
posure, cold or any other cause, the .general health Im
mediately begins to decline, and the want of such a rem
edy has been the Cause of so many consumptions amine
young females. To ladies whose health will net remit
of an increase of their Amity, these pill will prove a vat
mild° acquisition, as they will prevent pregnancy.—
Headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, hat;
thing of food, And dl turbed sleep do most always arise
from she interruption of nature; and whenever that b.
the case, the pills will invariably remedy all thert evils
Nor are the less nilleacious in the care of Leueorrhoin
commonly railed the "Whites." These pills should acv
or be taken during pregnancy, as they would be sure tr
cause a miscarriage. Warranted purely Vegetable. and
free from anythhig injurious to Did or health. Pullout)
explicit directions accompany each box.
Those pills are put up in square flat boxes. Persons
residing where there is no agency established. by envie
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klg, No. 261'. Bleecker street, New York, ran have them
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Rum. 4c. .1. W. EBY.
fpGRO(`, ES ± • ••• •- • •
AND ARILI 1 S'IOI,E
The subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and
the public generally, that he has just returned frr tn the
city with a large and varied assortment of
(lIIOCEIIICS, GLASS and QUEENS-WAR )
FISH, itc., which he offers for side on the I"
most reasonable terms, at his Now Stolll 'lt . 111.4
corner of North Danover street and the PO
lie Square, directly opposite the Carlisle De.
posit Bank. Ills stock embrases everything usually
In a Grocery and Variety store.
The public are int Red to call and examine his stock
before purchasing elsewhere, as ha'reols confident he car
sell the best goods at the lowesrprices.
J. D. HALBERT.
. 11(1 4 fir ti e ,
<Mir - 1 -- NST j l A Tirti 11 Ea tor }: D to i 3 N a '
Arcot, sixth stun) nboyo WA:A: It. C.
EVERETT'S i'ststit nrsillutting Pressuro TltuSS, the
enrc of Itopt ore: Shoulder Braces, Siipportors, Einstir
Stockings, Susponsary, Hemorrhoidal . , and ihuninges tor
deformities, Jon. 11—ly.
ri A. SALT.-5000 Saclo G. A.
j• SALT, fur sale by
Flour & Grain Comtaldslou ,Merebailts, Spear'' wharf
WE cell the attention of the public to
1)01:TABLE (I ARDEN U 1 riltE ENGINE. fin
watering gal tb , nt: ur ex tlugub.liing tirrs. An vxcellei,t
artitle. nett, 011‘.31) :11111CWIVV111(1Ilt. I'or kale :it.
-1:),L.1.(11i..8311,T11'S CC).:11.. 1 --- 5,00'
) 11 ,,,,i,,, 1s oh...b.,,eities (.4 , ,.1,4.111,4 lt, , :tow.. ~.
v o i,i l v •to I I,r ..kle by
.1.“.1; :,in - '
JE. GOULD, [Successor to A. jot.
No. 16.3.,Ckestript At,, liwnitres Buildingilade ]
phis, extenstri) Music Publisher, and Venter in Mt:: teal
I estrunients of every description.
Eselusive agent fur the sale of Millet. Din Is
Patent suspension Bridge>Roilnn anti oilier ]'IAN(
011bert's Boudoir Plat es, Melodeons, Martin's Guilzis
Harps, Sheet :Music. Music Books, Ay.
Residents of the rourrtry tt ill be ,upplied by mall or
otherwise with tousle they may wish, AS lolv as if per
chased In person. lial lug one of the lm gest st‘Aks In
t he-United F , tntes, 1 feel eenfident of sathfyi op nll obe
may favor me Ivith a en]] or order.
Dealers in Music supplied (111 the nu st lil eral teu re?
pianos to la. .`,...Ccoad•lialla for sale.
(IIIEAP WATCHES, ANI) JEWEL,-
RV', l'l . IPA ESA LI.: and It ETA] L, 'at the " Hailn•
• delphla 11 at-ii and ,iewelry : , tote."
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N unkter 91i Nol lb r , r,.ond :'Lrret, 1r r
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bs (l e fLl.l
at ense:i, • • ,i'2o 11.,
it ......, tit,l4l Lepi no, 1S , tint !MSC'S, 24 t:
•.'-'...,...., -, Sii \ 1,1 . '• jus, el t , , P 1,0
-:0: !ONBAD: ,, Silver Lever, full jewellnd: r;: 04
7. ( 4 .
Held Speetaeles, - -
Fine Silver Spectacles,
Gold - Bracelets,
!Adios' Gold Pen( ils,
Sliver Tea Spoons. set,
QOM POIS. NVith Pencil and Silver 11, Myr. - 1
(lob, Piliger Pings :IS!,-( 2 " vents to ICiit.ll (liar
plain • 121,; cents, Patent 1'74. Lunct t.'n; iiLer article.
iu pripurtion. All goods %variant ed to be wf at On 3 or•
STAUF • FER MARLEY,
On hand. S , JIIIO Gold find Filler Levers and Leidnes
null 10M Sr than tho above rrirnn.
Al AT( ' I ! AITI I ES 1-J 011 N
DON NELLY. manuf.9oturer and invent; ref APE
T Y PATENT :i:QUAIt E PIII oupDfiX pi
No. 10i; North FOUIPI II :trid e Pace; I 1 I I,Apf I
Pll IA. Illitt•Ties having Termini an Itodlspet.Nible roil , le
lu hou,d,eoping. the sot st; it er alter a great go; lice ot
time and money. is enabled to offer to the Pill lio on or
ti io at once combining I tility and 1 heapitess. 'I lie In
venter knowing the d:ungei(1111 , 1P111 1 1.d1 1 l1 1 II Iler. 111 I 111
the Ilimsey 111111111 W. fu xhbh Ma elleB am f;rnwolly
Packed in paper, has by the old of Nee i-touni hitters
Of his own Invention. succeeded in getting.np a PA 1 El
PATENT Stl I; ARE U l'it lIT WOOD PON this uy, i.
far preferable, In as ninth that it occupies no mut c re; in
than the old round wood box, and (fr.:ll,lllEs. at It sot
Two Hundred per Cent more Matches, which to : , 11ippors
Is eonsiderable ad rantiont it ix entirely new. and Feclire
irzalnot moisture and Spontaneous ci rlll , llSth , ll, dlaps in
all danger on transportation by menus of 111011riaid, 1-.l.vam
boa.t Cri nit Other Mode of Cant
Thoselilntrbes are parked so that one gross or more
may be shipped to any pint of the Wc T lit pith r. ,, feel
safety. They tiro the most dosirallo retitle for
l'onsumption, and t h e ,"'lllll hero and western 11•1111“1
thisthst huVe over been invent ed.
.11NALEIRS and SIIII't'EIIS, uvl do well" to call i u
- examine for Itioniseli es.
Viis,79leae mnteheß. rtro WAIIII.INTVII to I , e crto
to auything Lenrtotime offend to tli,l
FRENCH TRUSSES, Weighing let.t•
than 2L. ounces. for the con. of lleia inorleaptute
acknowledged by the lii;zhest meal. al anthorit ies of I'h it
adelphia, incomparably superior to any other in u*e.—
Sufferers will be gratified to learn that the incenabti ni
oiler: to immure not only the bight st and ensy.l tit
as durable a Truss as tiny other, in lieu of I becuml n nas
and uncomfortable article usually :old. here la uo dif
lenity attending the fitting. and when the laid Is leiat
ed It will rctalit Its pilitiou a lth. tit cl.nro e.
Pursuing at n diatance unable to call on the Kula:4lller
Can hare the Truss tilt auy uddr. as, by remittiog
fire dollars fir the single Truss, or ten for the d( tali--
with measure round the hipS. and Stlttiiig Ode filferted
It will he exchanged to suit If net fitting. h returi it
at auto, unsoiled. )'or sale only by the Importer,
.6a• Leers, requiring the benefit of Mechanical etu
porters, owing to the derangement of the Internal U•
gees, inducing fidling of the Womb, Vocal, Atiftnenar
Dyspeptic, Norvous and Epinal ‘Vcakness, are Informed
that a competent and experienced LADY will he in of
tendauco et the Rooms, (set apart for their 01'4:lush e
use) No. 114 TWELFTH et., Ist doorbelow Pace.
lIAYES' Patent, Tubular Oven '1 ;
Alit RANGE, various st. o_4 tosuit /enmities. B.
lug 'louses and Hotels.
'those ih want of a superior Cr oking Apparatus a;
v Red to call at our Warehouse and miamihe this It.
For darabilit), economy and simplicity in (prrati
stands unrk Med. it has a porfeet hot air vetitiloti
and meats baked In this oven will retain their Jul.'.
flavor equal to that r. tutted before an men file.
and pastry cooked at the same time vi ithf ut
lug the other. It will suns stiffiftont heated t
heat additional rooms for the Aldest wrath, r. It h 1
descending oi return ii UN: and is equally well ad'
to bituminous or eommon herd mai. The steam
over the boiling part of the Range carries off the at •
urn/ :iota of cooking. as well as heat in summer.
Every Ititime sold warranted to give satisfa , tion, , .
expense to the purchaser.
HAVES' VENT! LAlsnit. Patented er.
Pu 1 ,11,. I lulls, Fuvtorleg, Itttilroad Curs, l hlmnles, F
Shi pg. StlllllVl . li, C.
Pure alr is a suldeet elshoing the at tett th , n of I
Individual, and all buildings should be pro% hied I/
the proper means of ventilation.
Also, a powerful WARMING AND VENTICATING R ERNAC
for Dwellings, School 'louses, Churches, 11110 , St(r:
A largo assortment of Office, 11311 and Cooking ,S.t,i
Parlor Orates, Registers, Ay. Wholesale and retail
BAND k lINYES.
ti 2. North Sixth street,
RV' Personal nttnntion given to uatmhig and v.. 0
Intim; Both public and pirate buildings.
EMOVED.--E. NEWLAND & ;7 4
wholesale and retail I.OOIiINO GLASS AND PH'
Tr HE FRAME iIIANCYACTOHY, N 0.120 idreet.
opposite the 'Theater, Philadelphia.
K N. A: Co. received the only Prize Medal. awarded
the Crystal Palace exhibition, N: Y., 1853, In the Unite.]
States, for UM, Thverated, Mantel and Pier Glasses.
CRATIS !—Just Published—A.
3r Nscovimy IN mt.:Du-INK—A (CO wcirds c, , r , the
Rational Treatment, without Medicine, Fpermater. heft.
or local Nroak tiess, 'nervous debility. low spirits, Instil nth.
Weakness of the Dull s and back. Indisposition avid i en
rarity Mr study and labor, dullness of apprehensif n
toss of no:Mory. aversion to sodety, love of col itu& ti
midity,self distrust, dizziness, headache, 411,Am:tar"
discharges. 1 ains In the side. affect ion of the eyes, phn.
pies oil the thee, sexual and other Infirmities in man.
From the French of Dr; 11. I:eLotirey :
The important fact that theke alarming could. it t.
May easily be removed wrritour Ml fiIeLNE, Is in this small
tract clearly demonstrated, and the entirely new and
111 , 11ily successful treatment. us adopted by the Author.
Cully explained. by means of which 'every one la ett.:llNl
to ctn . (' himself pirlectlic and at the least possible Cl rt
avoiding thereby all the ttaVettloed Th.:A.llllns Cl lilt
W. 11. 311:1!1' v,
31)1IN DONN - EIJI"-
Ida North 10liti111 ;it. Ph! ad'o
Dec'r 4, 1554
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'CALEB H. NEEDLES