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MR. PEPPER'S WIFE
'Mrs. Pepper, I labor undeeNthe impression
that it is high time you were getting breakfast.
A 4 my former housekeeper understood all' my
wishes with regard to these things, I found it
unnecessary to givetry orders respectin
them; but with you it is different. As you
hare never got a meal in this house, of course
yon know nothing of the regulations of the
'ln the first place you will make a fire in
the kitchen, put on, the kettle, &e, ; then you
will make a fire in hero That done,'you -will
cook the breakfast and bring it - in hero, as I
have always been accustomed to taking mine
in bed, wild do not consider it necessary to
depart from that custom on -your account;
but idiould you prefer it you can eat yours
in the, kitchen, as it is perfectly iminaterial to
This occurred the morning after Mrs. Pep
per went to housekeeping. Mrs Pepper was
a sensible woman—she made no reply to Mr.
Pepper's commands; but as soon as her toilet
was finished, she left -the room, and sitting
down in the kitchen sho thus ruminated:
'Make the kitchen fire! Yes; 11l do that.—.
Then make fire in the bedroom! I'll see to
that, too. Then take the breakfast to his bed
side! Just see if I do!' And then Mrs. Pep
per sat and thought deeply for a few minutes,
mien, apparently having arrived at a satis
factory c uclusion, she proceeded to business.
•Ilaving got a nice fire kindled in the kitchen,
the carried some coal into Mr. P.'s apartment,
n:el rifled up his stove, having first fISCeI tnined
;I:at there was not a spark cf fire in it. That
duty performed, she next prepared the break
f ,st. of which she partook with great relish;
and after matters and things were all to
r'ghtA iu the kitchen, she went down town on
a s!,pping excursion.
Meanwhile Mr. Pepper began to grow impa
tient. lle 'labored under the impression'
that the atmosphere of -his room did not grow
warm very fast, and he began to feel un
p!;astintly hungry. Peeping out from behind
Cie bed curtains, he saw how affairs were
with regard to the stove. Something like a
saspieion of the real state of affairs began to
dawn upon his mind. Ile listened for a few
minutes, but all was still about the house.
Hastily dressing himself, he proceeded to
investigate the affair. Ile soon comprehended
the whole of it, and was very wrathful at first;
but comforted himself with the reflection that
he had the power to punish Mrs. P., and he
felt bound to Cla it, too. After some search
he found the remains of the 'breatitast, of
which he partook with a gusto, and then set
down to wait for Mrs. P. She was n long
time in cowing, and he had ample time to
nurse his wrath. While sitting there, he thus
'That ever I, Philander Pepper, should be
so ti•ented, and, by a woman, too is not to be
l.elieved I can't believe it, no, nor I won't
either. But she chant escape, that's certain;
if . she shouldey reputation for dignity would
t.e forever gone! for havn't I told Solomon
Simpleton all along how I was going to make
my wife stand round, and how I was going to
make her get up and . make the fire every
morning, and let me lie abed, and how I was
cuing to shut her up; and feed her on bread
mid water, if she dared to say she would't
cosy little arrangement, Mr. Pepper,'
3ahLa soft voicc•behind him.
Mr. P. started up, and there stood Mrs. P.
right behind his chair, laughing just as hard
is she could. Mr. Pepper put on a severe
'Sit down in a chair, madam,' he said, point,
ng to the one lie had just vacated, 'while I
lave a little conversation with you.'
'Now I should bo pleased to know why.you
lid not obey my orders this morning, and
n•here you have been all the forenoon?'
'Where I have been this forenoon, Mr. Pep
)er,- .I.,,have not the least objection to tell you;
. have been down town doing a little shopping
. pui7ohased some lovely napkins; just
pole ht them,' said she, holding them up de
nirrely for his inspection; 'I only paid a dol.
ar apiece for them—extremely cheap, don't
you think so?' she added.
Mr• Pepper was astonished; bow she dared
.o turn the conversation' in this way was a
uystery to him. Suddenly his bottled wrath
)roko loose. Turning fiercely upon her, be
'Betsy Jane, you disgust me; you seem to
nuke light of this
,matter; but it is more
lerious than you imagine, as you will find to
tour cost presently. If you.do not instantly
mg my pardon in a submissive manner, I shall
'pert my authority to bring you to a proper
ions() of your misconduct, by imprisoning you
ti one of 'my chambers until you are willing
promise strict obedience to my wi,b es t,
At tIM . close of this very eloquent and ;lig.
Pepper dree himself up to
tell ii itht, out. motioned liiimdf before
P. re-l- to revivo eNl,l•(".'iom,
and penitence; he had no doubt that she would
fall clown at his feet and say—
'Dear Philander, won't you please forgive
me this time, and I'll never do so any more!'
And he was going to say, 'Betsy Jane, you'd
7 i : ter n t;' but in-tead of doing all this, what
do you think she did? Laughed him right in
Mr Pepper was awful wrathy. He spoke
up in a voice of thunder, and said:
•INlrs. Pepper ; walk right up stairs this vert•
mninte„ and den=t let the grags grow under
your feet while your going neither. You have
begun your antics in a good season, Mr.. Pep
per, but I'll have you to know that it won't
pay to continue them 104 length of time with
me, Mrs. Pepper,..,Again I command you t,
walk up stairs.'
'Well, really, Mr. P., it is not at all neees
vary for you to speak so loud—l am' not, s a
deaf as all that comes to; but as for walking.
up stairs I have not the least injection to
doing so, if you will wait until I have reeve -
ed from my fatigue; but I can't think of doing
'But you must, Mrs P '
'Then all I've got to say is this, you'll have
to carry me, for,l won't walk!'
Mr. Pepper looked at his wife for a mo
ment with the greatest astonishment; but as
he began to laugh at hint again, ho thought
t I himself—
'She thinks I won't do it, and hopes to get
off in that way: but it won't do; up stairs
she's get to go. if I do have to carry her, so
here gsoes,' and taking the form of his lady in
h's alma, he soon had the satisfaction of see
ing her safely lodged in her prison, and care
fully locking her in, he stationed a little red
headed youth on the front (door steps to attend
tO callers and also see that Mrs P. did not
escape; and then Le betook himself to a res
taurant for • his dinner, and after dispatching
that, he hurried off to his office, and was soon
engrossed in business.•
•'About the middle of the afternoon, our
young sentinel rushed into the office, and said,
never stopping to take breath:
`llr. Pepper had better run home just as
Gast as he can, fur that woman what's shut up
be making an awful ra .ket, and she be tearing
around there, and rattling things the distres
singest kind, and if she beant splitting up
something or other, then 1 don't know what
Without waiting to hear more,. Mr. P. seized
Iris hat, and hurried off home at a most undig-
• Opening the hall door, ho stole up stairs.ns
carefully as possible, and applying his eyes to
the ;ieyhole, he beheld n sight which made
him fairly boil VS hit rage.
'Mrs. Pepper was sitting in front of the
fire place, reading „his love letters. The one
she was engaged in perusing at that particular
moment was fr , TIVI Miss Polly Primr se, who
it appeared had once looked favorably on tl e
suit of Mr. Pepper; but a more dashing
lover appearing on the scene, Miss Polly
sent him a letter of dismissal, promising her
undying friendship, and accompanying the
same with a lock of her hair, and some walnut
But it was not the love letters alone that
made Mr. P. so outrageous Ile hall been
somewhat of a traveler in his day, and had
collected a great many curiosit'es in. his ran:-
bles, which he had deposited in a cupboard in
the very room where he had confined Mrs. P.,
and she had got at them.
She had split up an elegant writing-desk
with his Indian battle-axe, in order to haven
fire, as the day was rather chilly. In one
corner of the fire-place was Mr. I"s best
beaver filled up with love letters.
On a small table, close to Mrs. P., was a
beautiful flat China dish, filled with bear's oil,
in which she had sunk Mr. P.'s best satin
cravat, and having fired one end of it, af
forded her sufficient 'light for her labors—for
Mr. P. bad closed the blinds, for tho.better
security of the culprit.
On some coals in front of the fire was Mr
P.'s silver christening bowl, in which Mrs. I'.
was popping corn, which she ever and anon
stirred with the fiddle-bow, meanwhile °con
siOnallfpunching up the fire with th© fiddle,
for Mr. P. had, with commendable foresight,
-removed the shovel and tongs.
Mr. P..condest,endod to peep through the
key hole until he had obtained a pretty correct
ilea of what 'was going on within. Never
was a Pepper so fired as ho. Ho shook the
door, it was securely fastetted within, and
resisted all his (Aloes to open it. lie order
ell Mrs. Pepper to open or take tbo conse
quences; but as she did not open it, it is to
be presumed that slit) preferred the oonse
quences. Mr, Pepper darted down stairs like
'I must put a stop to this;' ho thought, 'or I
shall not bare a rag of clothes to my back,'
Procuring a ladder, he began to mount to
,the , bed-room; but Mrs. P. was not to be
taken .so easily. She knew that ho had left
the door 'unlodked for she had examined it as
soon as lke had left; hat she hod no idea of
telling him have the benefit. of her fire; so,
hnytlie so zing :-everal lnr,zc ho!th's of coloVc.
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few minutes had the satisfaction of seeing it
entirely extinguished. That duty performed,
she left the apartment, and locking the the
door, 'she stationed herself in a convenient
position to hear everything that transpired
In few moments Mr. P. was safe in the
apartment, and ns soon as he had closed the
window, lre•stood bolt upright, in the middle of
the room, and said, in a deep voice—
'Jezebel, come forth!'
Jade, do you think to escape?'
Still no response. Mr. P. beg'ns to feel
uneasy awl, hastily commences to search the
room; but had not proceeded far when he
ho heard a slight titter somewhere in the vi
cinity of the door He liStens a moment and
it is repeated: Darting to the door, he at
tempted to open it, but he finds himself ft
prisoner. There is ono more chance, he thinks,
and hurries to the window;. but alas for Mr.
Pepper! his NR,Ifo has just removed the ladder
d he cannot escape.
Ilc sits down on a chair, and looks ruefully
around him, and presently he arises and picks
up a few fragments of a letter which is lying
on the carpet, and finds its from l'olly Prim
rose. Ile wonder s What she has done with the
lock of hair,
At this moment his eye falls upon his -da
guerreotype, which is 13 it.g on the table be
fore him—mechanically taking it up, he opens
it, and sees—what? nothing but his own face.
All the rest of him being rubbed off, and
around his lovely ' , biz is the missing curl, and
the walnut meats arc carefully stowed in the
corner of the case. 11Ir. Pepper fairly blub
'Gym thought Ilr9. l'opprtr, 'when you
find your level, let you wit, and not till
them t little wholesmatt distipline b , wdl do
cant good, sin] I'm fully prep:ll-ea to adminis
ter it '
flow long Mrq. Pepper kept her liege' lot. I in
durance vile deponent anith not, and na to
what passed between them when he was re
lea,td from ciptivity we ore not and• better in
formed, but of this we are SUIT, Mr. Pepper
might have to en seen a morning or two after
wank, to put his head into the bedrem, and
heard sav in a thee n
•lketsv June, I've made the kitchen fire, and
put on the tea kettle; won't you please to gct
up and get breakfast.' •
NEN' Mt. 1%.1 4 V: Y FOR. A FoliTli NE. —We over
hyoid a poor unfortunate get the following
:-.oAdollager, the other d ty , from his Letter
half “You good for•a.othing fellow," ....Jolt] bile
would you have been if I had not mnr•
vied you! Whose was the baking hiver, iOB •
tie pig trough, whose the frying pan, and the
lirmped bucket, but mine when you mat
WHAT Anstmu InEns sotnetimea get into th 3
heads of crazy people! There is a patient in
the asylum at Utica,who has been employed
for two years in getting up a steamboat whose
engine shall be . worhed with Epsom salts. An
other gentleman in en adjoining room proposes
to put elliptic springs under"Niagarm to ease
the water when it jumps "
Ml_ It is, with bnehtlors na with old
wood ; it is herd to get lien started, but
when they do take Hanle they burn prodigious-
) 013 E la IL SMILEY - , CABINET
MAKElrand UNDERTAKER • - •
North Hanover street, next door to
II lass's 110101.
would respectfully inia-in the
citizens of Carlisle and the public generally. that be
has now on hand a large and elegant :issortment of F lt-
INlTUllE,enuslsting iu rift of 11 a r.lrol .es, Ca rd and eth
er Tables, Sofas. Itureaus, Iled,teadq, plain and fancy
Sewing Stands, Ar., manufactured of the best material
and quality warranted.
Also a general assortment of CHAIRS nt the lowest
prices. Vriwrixs limns made to order, and repairing
promptly attended to.
COFFINS 1113t10 nt the shortest notice: and har
ing a splendid hearse he will attend funerals in town or
Ard- Itomend.or thu stand—noxt door to 11. Glass's
llot.d. R. B. SMI LEY.
ri XTENSIVE FURNITUE R ROOM.
L A --JAMES R. \IA.:A V Elt would roimerfeully call
4 _ ,..)
---...-th,. at tonw.,, ~f Muse-keepers and the public U
to hisextensive stock of elegant FR R
Including Sofas, Wardrabes,Centre and 'fables,
. - Dressing and , Plain Bureaus, and every other
article in his branch of business- AIN , / nosy on hand,
the largest assortment of (II AI tt S in Carlisle, at
the lowest priers. AOFFINS made at the short, ..1.
est notice and a Ifearse provided fier funerals. Ile 4.1
solicits a call At his establishment; on North Ilan- 1
over streq, near illasse's Until.
, , ,- t it - i - , ~, , ici a u s. lc OR NE It of H_
a , • . 9,t , :,,, , over and Loutli.er sts.
CP O " WC. v.).:41 a. BLISUV—The undersign'
ed has always on hand a largo stock of superior Cabinet
Ware, In all the different styles, which ho he prepared to
sell at the lowest prices. Ito invites attention particu
larly to the PATWIT SKIING BOTTOM BEDSTE.th, a most
useful article, which entirely obviates all obJectlons.
The bottom' can bo attached to old Bedsteads. They have
given enure katikfaction to all who have them In use.
tha- COFFINS made to order at the shortest notice.
ATE 1 Y ST() R E &
N ENV GOODS un
tlorsignetl ix now' 01)(111111g hl the story room of William
I,e , metr4l, on the corner of I fanover mot Loother streets,
to tho lloroill.th of Coolish). a bin.;” and general assort
.rnent. of S AND FANCY I)I1V (1001)5, ouabrae•
Jog almost every hind and variety of gooks intuited to
this nuirhet, t , ,ot her with /111 now.rtotent. of 111UWV,
111E5. Ills sLoel: ha% log ht.eit nearly all purylinsell within
lho lost two tenons will' have the
ft , to n 1 , 111'.; , II lis well nh of Lll.. Int.
,i,..•'doe hn of maw . % 11.. trill 1.0 h i , . 1 y
to v.hil t hiv n't tsit in., I ‘•
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AT CAN MAKI , . IIA l'l'V ?
"Reason's wh"lk pleasure, all the joys ry sense,
Lie In three Norris—health, Pelle°, /ma Competence
Bit when we hare pains, ailliet ion or anguish ~r tlis.
Utters, le not our nleastire, our j y, and
thereby destroyed? Why let nor loch fallow-Let m toif
? Pors not Cl.mbit : - 11 fill t lie .sauie nieasnra
mete, It shall be measured to you t.;;;io;"_....m, t t. 7
••who Is « wise luau and eadnWed a ith I, u. nriod4r a.
mow, you. let Lim Slt , o out of a good totiver,,atlort
worts wlth !nee:. ness and wiNi , an."—.!tunes 3,13. •
( * Et; Elti • .‘XU 11 I , :WINE. Itoto,r. I'.
.10.3,0 and • Pllysi,ian, who Is Ilt.tnkt
l'hyalei•tgod, and is (lratinati, ~1 .11r t.st,
gos, and has made itli till the 'Or'
MIS ssstQiii , ut 31,•,1ieal t 4 eiettem aml tt Olt the e,•et.t
(11seoveries attd imp o•% tammis in the tat 1 , 11, depart
ments of lit., llo.ding . Arh , fi.itirfallyattends I •
for Nwvital 111111 11• dleal A ld. and NoilnSV me urines 111.
all mid,' or .•111p stet et)" in 111,111 - 11:1111 . 0 trith it
It, tany. II) dropathy and I 113 si
01.m3 ; and tt Imse medicine, are all 1,1111/1.1 , •111 14 0 1i,1,--
5011111 rots. pi into. ;6111 hydrohatlly, rood la all di , - at ,, a;
and to wipett the alltictoti toe invitud to apply timely.
. • ltrs Chatateter by Ilespeetable Neighbors.
Copy of a letter from the Cry. C. 11. Ishi to 31
H. 11. I.:tier.of . the Walla Sprlott:s.
low 100 to lotroilltjo )our friendly !toffee. lir.
I:1i of Not York. I 11,0.0 known ter sixti on
years, lie has done lassintss her lice With soh,-jots., 1. 0 .1)-
e,ty :1471 With noeuraey; therefore I d e heli e , o him t o
ho polfeotly sober, heeest and tract worthy. An:i nit 4 , 1,
y o u may 0 , 0 prnpo t to o.nret en him. will Lc hi_hh al.
by his etiiner,us friehdis. and by !non , Ine to
highly than y 0.411. sincere Friend and 11111,1o . For5nut.
C. 11. ,IF.NBACII.
1..1 , 111.1.1 , 111'.::. July
Copy of a letter llrein 1 r , rgi 1 4 p.ttir, tint . %
Tre:ootror.—.l .1. certl: that Ow inedi. al :I , llh i• I
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may bo sk tth ;if .res. t
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lemeletlees for the pi 051.1,11011 situ I 4.i
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ease, the. el...leer:ally elrgelleie and repreelliellNe tee
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flit,. 'l,lllll A lana•s; 1 , 1011,11 111:0,1.1, 111101 tilt ir Mints:
Sumacs-ot,. and other delicate tamale e. tepatints. AII
ceinedics Imamate ham the 1111,..7
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Is that tx ii liludeluth mwe that/ i., titer/, but it tend,. th. '
Pra, erlis, -11, :21.
dill; relit Medicines and their directions ++ill is'
sent ta th..a Ilti •ttal in :my dicectinn by tail! 1. 1 - espies,
Addles , . Dr. I'. C. Ca: lisle." mid ~land atm
ty, past paid, and t he 71'1' alv.ans cra n p a y. 3
the letter. a ail 110. 111111-r. tO,Olll, h.t 11 , 11
the h•l'hlW , .111C1 the s, ,t evliel.h,jets .0 the
Zlffli.qesrt ihdoe.e.i. It :his system pt science
the lical.s and the nindes at rat, nul l . 'lllllll 111' 1 d
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, :pretty i,, - certain remedies nett ''urn's tar *.till tutu t•ue•r
1.1 sit hitess and 111 I muuu,r and birh s„„
rm s ell ether eiediral 1111,111 S it. 'Fella 1.1 izoadness,
yollll.l all I,IIIIIIS erg - I,IITM heel. liP F ICE fitinMer
Street. E:0 , 1 Side near mai balm,' the Presbyter - taut:hunt,
Testimonials frain numerous porsmis or
the hit.iliest respectability in this and the :Mini r.
counties, give authentic it idence at th e va..i iir s, lit
Dr. ('-ardtler s eharacter. anal can le , era tit his Mt', 0.
N. 11. The alllleteit ran rolls.° superior intalteines and
the dirertiot, for their use I the hitt ;Morn of mail or
I`NI:1 , •••::. If uteri ions i.t, desfred, or tilts r eg .... n t e d,
Dr. 1' trill vedearettr to err, tom , date appllcatt s as Itr
as le` , 311. The Doetnr spent,. the I.uElislt and the (icis.
man I.angtta..cs. etc. I Jen. 17, 11.55
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cmitt itustl',n of ingredients in these I ills Is I lie re
r•stilt of a loim and exiettslro prart : they are mild in
their operatimi, and .3.1 taill of restotit,g nature 1 , . its
per in, channel. In et ery Instance tan. these Pills pt
sttroessful. They inritrlahlt open those obstruct', Vs
to II litchi Females are lial le. and hi log nature into Its
proper clutititel. %thereby health Is T.. st , red and the polo
and deathly rotintenance rlyingeti to a healthy one.
female Can enjoy giant health unless she is regular: di
whenever 11/1 Otadllltdloll tithe!, phut-, m !tether from ex
posure, void or any other cause, the teneral health Im
mediately t,, decline. and the t. ant ol mutt a relit
I'll) Leon It.: Ca 11... Of SII many consumpti o ns tuuuug
1 . 0311:11,1. Ti, ladies adIOSI. 11/31101 Will lint rermit
..f nn increase of their Multi), these pills will prove a ta l
ttl , le acquisition, its they it 111 prat ru t pre ' ttiatto •
I lead:n.llo, pain In the Side, n:dplta I .d th e h ear t, I, a
nion of f„,'. and di turbid sleep do 111,141,
front she in terrtiptimt of maitre; :Ind it Ilene% et- that Is
the ease. the pills nil' Mimi:tidy r e seed.. all th e ,
Nor are tile I, is lane:Viol:ON lu tl,e euro ul Lr ocorrlma,
commonly called the .• Whites." l'hese .4.,,, 5 1,1
or be talon dot hog pregnancy. :Is Inc. moll he su re to
cam , a tills. arriuge. II arranted sorely ll'. ;mil
free trout anything us to lifd r hezilth. I'lll a.il
directions ma-mop:my earn box.
Tliosi. pills 1,13. [Olt up 1.1 FA Han. Unit lusts. I'lTsollB
l'I•ddI II:: tt 11l n' there is to, agency established. I y mud,
sing our holler in n letter, pro paid. to hr. C. 1.. Cut ,
NI is. No '21.7, Ildevelter street, N l'orls, ran Itat e thorn
Sent t. , their respective tolttressit I,y mail,
II ECEIV El) A T 'FII E FAN
ey ILI' GROCERY 6TUJIE of the eulrwill IT, )1
A new supply or 'rrt,ll, wm or Croehers..
Soda, loafer, Me NI,. and : 4 1;,:r0r Buiseult,
I'nri nn. Coro Stondt. 4a.0, Pearl hurley,
Extract of t'odeo. nine Flour. Baking l'om der, ,t 4
A new let of mnperior Talde
Pickles. 'fiimato Ketchup, French Mustard. l'ay
11 nin..Ve. .1. S. EBY.
I f Sj.j i 1 .tN I) r.t it! rry 'i o iu:.
'nu, subscriber would respectfully inform his friends 411111
the public generally, that. lie has just returned flout the
city with a large and varied :e..s irtment of
fillin'Elill:S, iII..ASS and QUEENS-11 AIM c fr 41.1.
r Nil. ii'e., 1'.., which he 0ir,..,, fur sale on tle IMl'''':''i
most relsonablo torimi, iit his Nov Store e l 11;
owner of North Ibinover street and the Pill. ,.,„,., 1 ...
Ile S.i nai.. directly opposite the Carlisle lie. --"'
posit Hank: ills stuck embrases everything usually.
In allrovery and Variety store.
The public are invited to call and examine his stoeb
before purchasing elsei. here, us lie reels eimiiilent he can
sell the best goods at the lowest 'lims. .
el A. SA LT.-5000 Sacks G. A.
jr. SALT, for sale ley
Hour * 4l Orion Commisy,lon iterrhaiits, Spear's wharf,
Balt Intim°, Doc •
VVI 1 4.1 0 c,
t r T i I A I
b o r
'v Lorin g g aribitts ontingninhing. firm An excellent
art Mc. neat, cheap and convenient. For Bale nt
- I Q . ; 7', lAM NOWT RECTUVINO
(lele my spring stock of PAPER II AMI [NOS
‘thleh is the krizest smut m cr
opened In Curlisle„ to which I inVits the early a tjAMI h , lll
of the as I futon, selling at prices which cannot
MU to please the closest purchaser,
A lk yon who hay° been nllllrtod f ywirs with thh
bothorsoma anti who hart. hrtol using
ervry Nostrum hot' Ire tho pnLHr without, rolirt; Ale
to you try " It'h•lntr's nt I Ily,p,q,tt," ye, ml ,
Ity r.i,till,t it, rat r.h.
Him. \Vim t t . li V‘.ll 111.04 V 1,1 tiro ,t 1••
• 11,1 A I ' l :i 1. I h ...It
.1. I/. 11A1,111:11T
JOHN P. LYNI.
A,. GOTTLD, [Successor to A. Fiot.
No. lnd Chestnut z•t.„ jswfinit's Building Philrdel
ad• ex t , •!..ive and Doakm iu 111 riett
tstrunie n t n uI of ery de,(1.1 tt
1:,rl us' ,0 maul tl•r the .ale of Ballet. Paris & rt.
.dent Ilrithse to and mh er I'IANOS,
Wool' s m o w d r pim.o., i , •11 , 10111 4 , :%ial litula•-
',I et :llneir :ll lode
ile•iileid cif the eiditary "ill lie supplied L, nlOll or
''•r„ Ise W I I 11111,10 11;.,y 1.:11
ill 1 , 1 ,- 11. I Of till ,
V•iited 1,,•1 side-I% lug nil u
Ly fiil.l.llll , it h Call id '
Nll,l, t n“,,t 11l (tr.to rune
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F 45.41 the .11/0 d l.:
L i • ~^%Tti iltat $ th,.
%slum -lion Ez.
in 's i• Irr rid
„1. I,', a !.(I kr the 1..:t tl.irlr Lt.
II:11 It NI :SIR!
th,ir Tl Vt.lt re , : 1,r.• pr..kr m,
ti/ In 12.000 at r 14,11 n, t
I 111 . 1 0 1:1:1/
ride It rl ' , rt ., . The I 111 . !1•• n- , nee I th.at
anuf,,..tal,eal lay the Fl/6, airs are lit oirly fritvray•
In 1 , 1• rum', e•,/ti.il. I lit in 11130 rt • 11 . 11 •upr
rur to t lr•.ra 111. h tiara a• 1.1,11 sit .o•r,n lr 111,1 Is 3 pre
Is m f . th,•ir I I Ills'
• Trilairte ~ t Jll, l l, l litient. New Ya Al , l nt I; rent
I IrainStela larva str.•et. at the 10, tare L,-t
alp p.ite the titrurd Ilott,e; turd - 5t.,11 111,V 't Ails
111 Lilo Fire at Fift.h‘aull Cheautit. alt . jr Ilc t .Iv
I In 'ffvlikiell thrao Sar s CAM° I ti.”
I.11•1%,1thl,;e I C11.131140N, w I•rt• tn.. rt• (Lb,
ft o I. I.\1•1:1 I. • t•
Ire.; S irr u,), LOCK ): • !
‘VA I.NI ••tr••••••
ebillod Iron Safe, uitb l'os,•lt•r Pitt , I •••••••••
-rat•tureitt oxpronsly for Banks, 1:1 - ohrts, 113 .•••• , 1
• tilers requiring •••••••trity ft-ton r. , z1•••••'. Dal t:, 1 Ault..
I oors. le on hand and made,
, itrl.r. the .t
r loltrated i.r!ot at urer, pri•-••••.
"Sare , ,'"•sa'aanalderl," nr.ul • It,:
1••••• I - et •••.Ittr nin4.ols,ll:•‘•• I•••••n tt.keil in pal t
:relit for f I ert ing'•• fur sale :IL hull
U.IT C 1 ! ! ATCI I !-,I 01 N
_,_ 1)()N l
manuf.urer ati.l inventor of` AYE•
TS.QI' A It I.: UPII iuirr Wool) BOX yi.l9f Ii Ez±
o. hoe North 1 , 1 t IITII Street. (above linee) I'll I LAI ,
I'lll .k . Match,, havi :IC 1,0( . 0 me an indispensable al tele
Iu lomsol.eepimr. the snbs'e:ll or alter a wreat sacrifwe of
(I 01. 'llld money, is enabled to oiler to the IMI,II, nu ar
tide at own combining Utility and CIIIOIIOICSS. Ti.e ttr
%.mt d ,r knowing 010 danger appimltentled on sre Quit 0 ,
(ho tlintsey Inatinor In which Matelles are vet eratly
parked it. paper. hat , by the aid of Nets Steam :11101117
et . Ilk nton Inrentl , ll.stitteeette.l In tretting up it !..1I•L'I1'
SQUARE I.; Slott!) Ito:\ too, i.
far preferable, in as much that It oceuplett no no t c n I iii
lhnn the old round %wood box, null rentair s of It
nyi/ lIIIIIdred per rent more Matches. a hi, I, rliilgtt.
eonsldernble Advantage; It Is entirely new. au.d se. err
muisturo and spontaneous c , mbustion, dispele
all dangeron transportation by means of ll alb cad, l;teatu
boat er any other rondo of Puna eynnee.
TI,•••• Matelust4 .are pact.,tl /to ilvrt ono Zr.s or more
nary .iitpited to any port 01 the Nt it 1. perfevt
S.tret,. They nilr the nn a tlersirnLlo artiell• tor Ile no.
ion, nnrl 010 tient nod sr ,rtern tuarhet.
lh.rt 11:11e ever been hi.
uell ti. call an
Th,••ti• mat, are 11 1;I:AVIT11 te le r nrerle
to an:. (Ur.; Ikeret-ft•re olTt•yrd to t 1..•
100 Nortla L'Ut.:llll 11,1:n.ra.
D,•r'r 4, 1,54.
lIIIENCII IN'ciollin , less
t l u re a ounces. 1 r the cure of Ilen,la r but,tntr
at•klnol ItACl.dby ti, 114: lII'St medhvtl anti:Wit 11, Id Phil.
mlOllll3, incomparably superior to any t titer in use.—
u s wiii gradlcd to lenru that the occasion 11041
oiler+ G. procure not only the Itb,,litst and no st ens), but
as but:ll.le a Truss as any other, in licit of the cumbrous
and uneontl.rtable article - usually roll. 1 hero is no Or
Iculty attending the titling, and ILIUM the pad I bleat
ad It it ill retain Its position a ithout ritanc.e.
Persons at a distance ur.tble to call ou the Lul scribe:,
can pa I'V Iho Tt uss all I, any address 1c rentitt
fits 11 , 11:1 , fur the single Truss, or ten for the double—
a Ith measure round the hips and statire side affected
It %till i t ,x,.hat4.t•il to cult 11 not bttlitg, by returittur
at once, uoboiletl. For eaio only by the Importer,
Cornor Twelfth and I :An et h. Philadelphia
44.0- regtOring the benefit of 51.4 Mullen' Sup
porters, on log to the derangement of the internal IM
trans, Inducing titlling of the NYomh. l'ronl,lmenary
Dyspeptic, Nervnus and Spinal Weahnt•s!4, are InMrtort ,
that 11 competent 111111 perieneed lilt hill I. in n t
tend:met, at tho !Zooms, (Mgt apart for their exclustt.
usol No. 114 T1V1.11.1"4 . 11 et., Ist door lelow 11ttee.
Alt .1T IS !—just nt t.
A, -. ) r DISCOYI:NY IN MI•;DICINV.—A few milts Or the
lI.It lona I Treatment, %%At Itott t
,:%led Fie, Siiermator , hes.
or leral weakness, vier% out del,illty, low tiTh ion, lentil tide.
IV 1`,1% lti,ii, Of I )10 limps and Lark. indisporaion and
wily for study cud Int gr. dullress of uppreliersku
i 0,4 of memory. avorsi,n to society, lovo of selittta. ti.
toidity, self distrust. dizainess, headache. Inroluttary
discharges, I airs Iu the side, iffert ion of the eyes, vim
pies ou the fareesexual and ether Infirmities 111 man.
From the French cif Dr. 11. DeLatieey:
The Important - fact that these alarming (.ounit:tilts
may easily he removed WITHOUT MEDICINE, Is In thisernall
tract clearly demonstrated, and the entirely new and
successful treatment. as 101,1,teit by the Author,
fully ceptnpued,l. Inv/ma of whirl every ono i s sn „Li o d
to cure himself perfectly and at the least postale rest,
avoiding thereby all the advertised nostrums of the
Meth to sny address, gratis and post free. In n Pealed
e!lv elope, by rood tti ( post paid) two postage stamps
to 1)r. It. foehaneey, 17 fdspowstrd street, York.
A C; ItICITIATItAI, AND 11011TI
ixerIATUAT, q.—Snperc-r Unlraillna Hay
3 and 4 pronre.l: Tlnprorod Horse 110e4.CitItiva
tm,, C.l^t ft , ll(;:trdeit Hardin F.lnflnes. Tubulai
Iron So:. (In. : , nriiths. roy:11411 I.nu n Rivu•
to I 1;:t I; Lawn 110.1.:0 Shivirg,
Gor.lrn 1 , 7 - 1, Tlon.9.lanting
ntlwr To ,l, •lq't hato
11:. .. •
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