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"TBUTII 0 . pit TITAN 1
;._ • In San'Francisco, on the north side of,
Folsoni street, overlooking Mission Bay,
- -----stands-a-palatialresidenee: - .• - r - r ---
The interior of the house is even more
benutiful than its exterior, every apart
ment being in its way a gem of magnifi
cence and refinement. • . - - .
The library, especially, realizes the
' most perfect ideal of au elegant and cul
tured home. •
And yet, at the moment wo Aook in
upon hint—ono August afternoon, as he
occupied his library—the proprietor of
all this wealth appeared-of all.miiit the
most miserable. . ,
• •' Ho was Mrs,,Mortoa - Preble, for many.
years a leading Nankai of San Francisco.
It was in vain that the bre - ad bay win
dow at the south , end of the root; had
• been opened, giving ingresS to the sun-.
shine, and em fragrance' of rare flowers
---ln vain that the vat:lBmm° lined with
'richly carved book cases and paintings—
. in vain that soft couches and luxurious
emirs had been gathered around him...
-------,-Ho-iiiiii wretched. _ •
... - ,
He lay on a sofa, in the depths of the
great bay window, the wreck of a once
• porierful man. - His figure was thin and
gaunt ; his 'face white, as ' marble ; his
eyes having an expression'of awful ap
prehension, of harrowing anxiety; af
dreadful expectaney. _
: It was evident at a glance that no
. merely Physical ailment had made him
what he was.
Ily _What_witheringtseeret, by what .
destroying affliction had Ito been tints
agonized? thuS haunted ?'thus hunted?
lie so noble and good I . he so wealthy and
distinguished! • .
As be.moved restlessly upon the Inin
rions cushions, the pretty clock on the
• . mantel
,piece struck- five, every stroke
seeming to fall like a hammer upon- the,
heart of the nervous invalid.- He aroused.
• himself, struggling feebly to a sitting
"Oh, will this fatal day never, never
pass?" rho murmured ; "nor bring us
Noticing, with 'a nervous start, that ho
was alone; he touched a bell upon a table
and called : - • .
"Helen I Helen ! where aro you ?" s
Before the echoes of his voicehad died
out a step was heard, and Ids
tered his presence. '
"I left you only for a moment, 'Mon
- ' - ton," she said, advancing to the banker's
side. " You were do'zing, I. think. 1
wished to send for the doctor !"
She was a beautiful woman, of some
six and thirty years ; graceful, with : broad
white brows, and loving eyes, in which
the brightness aril sweetness of a sun
- --lishiny.naturewere still perceptible, - under
a grief:and anxiety no less poignant
than that evinced by her husband.
"The doctor 1" he echoed, half re
' "Yes, dear," she said, in a calm and
cheerful voice, as she drew a chair to the
side of the sofa, l and sat down, stroking
the corrugated forehead of the invalid
with a magnetic touch. "lie will be
here immediately. Your last nervous,
crisis'alarmed me. Yon May becothe
seriously ill !" .
Mr. Preble-bestowed altaffectionate
look upon his wife, but said despond
ently : ---
." Theilocter 1 He cannot 'minister
to a Mind- diseased I' Oh; if these - long
hours would only pass !,'lt' I only knew
what the day has yet in store for us 1"
Look up, - Morton I" enjoined Mrs.
, Treble, with a reverently trustful glance
3i. upward through the. pen window at the
Mae sky, and as if' looking beyond' the
azure clouds therein. "Let us appeal
' from Atm . -injustice and wickedness of
earth to the-goodness and mercy or ilea
' ven 1" •
The banker gave a low, I sobbing sigh.
"I, cannot look up, Helene' he an
. sweredovitli- a passionate tremor in his
voice—'.' only down, ddwn at the grave
' that is Opening before fuel"
. • Mrs.' Proble • continued to stroke his
forehead softly, while she lifted lair pale
•faCe‘to the sunlight streaming, into the
" Look lip, Morton—always look up 1'
k she again enjoined upon the invalid.
h. - "During all these fourteen years of
_,agony, I have not once doubted either
the goodness or the
_justice of Heaven.
4. 'Breised aro--they thaTifiraiiiii;"="637
- - shall be comforted.' I believii that we
shall yet rejoice more keenly than we
•-• have mourned, and that we shall come
ii to a glorious clay of joy beyond all this
3 (-) I lig night of sorrow I"
;:i The fade of the invalid lighted up with
.1 an answering glow, and he murnmred :
: - A - " Olorious”faitlij - My-firife, you are in
.. deed a blessed ' comforter ! Perhaps,
'` alter all, you aro right !"
-, - A knock resounded on the side door at
- this juncture, and the next moment Dr.
• ihnton, the family physician, for whom
Mrs. Treble had sent, entered the room.
He was an old man, portly in figure,
with whit° hair and beard, but with a
h•esh and ruddy complexion, a pair of
shrewd blue' eyes, and willran exuber
ant boyishness of manner that sat well
• upon him: He had .a kind heart, and a
clear head. lie approached the sofa,
after greeting husband and wife, and
• lifted the thin, restless hand of the inva
lid, feeling his pulse.
"Quite a high fever,'' NO said, after it
„ brief pause. " Worrying again, eh, Mr.
• Treble? - Yon are wearing yourself out.
Medicine will do you no _good so long as
your mind is in it spreseut condition. I
must give you an opiate—" -
"Not now, doctor," interposed' the
banker. "I cannot--must not-Li-deep
to day 1 I need to be broad awake now,
- for I-cannot tell at any moinent what the
. next may bring forth. ,I am looking for
. the culmination of, all my years of •an
guish—for the crowning agony 'of the
. whole. Perhaps oven now. Ah, what
was that?" . .
Ho started up Wildly, and then, as the
- sound - that hail disturbed him was not
repeated,' lie sank back, again on his
• cushions, pallid and panting.' ..
-1 - 1 The doctor looked at Mi-s. Treble with
-- - an anxious, imestibning glance.
.- "It 'is the anniversary," she.replied to
his unspoken inquiry—. the anniversary',
of our loss." .^-
"Ali,' yes," said tho debtor:. "I re
,;:: • - 4- Yes, it's another of c ,those terrible
days,''. cried , the banker, 'in a hollow.
• - Whisper. " Sit down, doctor,' and I will
• tell you the whole story. ..1 can_think of,
nothing' else today, and ant almost wild
with apprehension and anxiety. Sit
Dr. Hutton drew up a chair and seated
• himself, hie faCe expressing the double
• ,- solicitude of a friend and physician.
"YOu.. linos' uST Riarteen - yirafs ago,
doctor," said Mr. Treble. ' "We lived
._ . then whore we do now, ill a cottage on
• tbo site of this great mansion. There
were but the three of ms—Helen and I,
, . • and our three year old Jessie. And it
''.. }pas' fourteen years age, to day, that cur
' little Jessie was stolen from us."
.-,• • - , f3 - .,3omember it,'Lffiiaid the doctor
—softly, ." Yot-might_she-not-havo-been
lost, Mr. - Treble? She went out 'to play
. in the'gardon; If Iromomber rightly, and
. ' was never seen* you again. The might
have Strayed away.--" .
"So we thought for a *hide year, doe
l' tor," interrupted-the banker. , "We
----, lever dreamed tha sho.hail been stolen.
.-r., flared immense rewards for her---recov
' ' cry.. I employed detectives, - but all to no
— TT liiirposti - .7 - When - our ARM - Jessie -- ran
down the stops into that flower garden,"
andbe pointed to the front bf the house,.
"as if the earth had opened and swal
lowed her :up, sv never saw Ler again.?!
"She must have 'found : the gate open,
• -and wandered out," Suggested Dr. Hut
' ton., "ShoMight have strolled down to
the water aridtmen flrownod.' 7 , .
-: -The=' hankerlxed_ his _burning dyes
- upon the physiiiian's face, and yids
!, pored :, '
7... •, "I said we never saw the Pear child
, r ,' - - Again. , .1. didniot, say . we had not heard
~,,lair, .. She was • l'os't on , the Annth of
l l, ' Vilisit,'lBl4.: For a year we thouglit
- •N: r her, dead: %Von the anniversary:o,or
_,laskiii.e received- a written'messtige con
' Y-7i1‘.., taing , lier." ', , -,:" -- •' •.' - : -
7,,,1' 'A- raesiiagol?- ; cried - Dr. -Hutton,
4 ing.,, - ° - :
.4, ,mere.: tierawla, 'isinglo ' line in a
• ;••'*, evidently. disguised,' , ., said the
lienket. • Hereit is. I F -,
. . -.. .
"`lie produced .ft dingy scrap -or - paper
. , - COO, drawer Ili' the. table, and- held -it
- Wiii4lui 'view- of the physician, who.
'•- , - rde-folloviii ii - - - . ---'• -., ... -...„".--,,- ~,.:_.,
- • • t`i '4OO 0, 1855: . - Jessie, ha, hal Jcal
' ',' ...- • li•-*;' - '. • : ,•. , .
, - - Pl , iT tten looked, with a puzzled fart
- • '. - :- - ' , Aif • all of paper, vfrbio4ll9 tOrnecl
. d over, to - th - Caouritenan66 of the
' "I can make nothing of this," ho de-
Oared. • your
is merely a date, with the
name of your loit daughter. It tells mo
"Nor did it us, at first," said Mil[,
Problo. "Then that namo and , that
date, , with the demon laugh. connecting
them, sot usto!thinking. A whole year
we agonized ever the dreadful problem,
and thenwo received another message,
which you shall-see.".
Ho thrust a second slip of paper, hien:
tical in shape and appearance with the
first, before the gaze of Dr. Hutton, who
read it aloud :
!`August 0, 185,0. 'Your Jessie still
The physician started, as if electrified.
"All I this is something definite—
something decisive," ho muttered; "It
convinced , you that YoUr daughter was
"Yes, doctor," said Mr. Preblo, "and
every anniversary '-of that day has
brought us some message. The disap
l)carance of the child, mysterious as it is,
- does - not'seem - to-me-half so strange as
that the - villain who took hex' away could
contrive to communicate with us every
year since, and always on a - particular
day—the anniversary of that on which
she was stoleu—without our being able
to discover who he is. And a still
greater wonder to me is what can be his
'motive. It seems incredible. If it was
stated in a novel many people would not
believe it. But 'truth is stranger than
MrS:Prebh - Arew frorn - hor lutsband's
breast pocket his note book, opened it to
the proper page, and-presented it to the
Dr. [lotion adjusted his •spectaeles,
glanced over the page, and then .slowly
read the group of entries aloud. The
entry the first year is as fellows :
"August 9, 1555. Jessie, ha, ha I- JOH:
.And the next yctr it is—
AAngust 9, • 1856. Your Jessie etil
And the next—
"August 9, 1857. Sho is in good
And the Beat--
"August 9, 1858. She is as well as
And the next—
"Ang,tist 0, 1850. I saw her yester
"August 9, 19(10. She th growing lap
And the nest—,
" August 9, 1861. She continues to do
And the next—
" Augus- 9,
1862. 've Beer he
And the next—
"August 9, 189:1. She's becoming a
And Lhe next—
" August 9, 12391. Your child is thir
And, the next—
"August 9 11865. Slio'fi luvuliet• than
And tjie next—
"Kugnst 9, 1896. 81)6 's really chnii
And the last year it is—
" August 9, INT. My reward is ' a
And whatsluillwe get to clay. -„-
The physician looked up and fixed his
thoughtful gaze upon, the bereaved bus
baud and wife.
"How-Aid these messageS &hue to
you?" ho demanded.
"Invariably 'by post,'" .replied Mr.
Preble. "Usually to the house, but
sometimes to the Wilco !"
''And yen have never seen their au
- "Never I"
• "The last of them is dated, I see, a
year ago to-day I"
" Yes, yes," faltered the banker, "and
the time has come for another message.
This is the ninth of August, 1868 I"
"I see," said Dr. Hutton.__..l!.And this
is the secret of your terrible excitement !
YOll are expecting to receive, to day, -
another of these strange mossag,es !".
- 'There was a brief silence. Mrs.- ?ra
bic's lithalluttered in its task, and her
face grew_' very pale. The banker
breathedsspkigly. Tho,.plizEician re
gars a them both kri friendly sympathr%
"We shall hear of her again 'to day," .
said Mr. Proble ; "and what will be the
The mother averted her face. Her
bravo heart faltered as that question
vhoed in her 80111.
"The writer of these letters is unques
tionably the abductor of your child'!"
said Dr. 1 lutton. "Have you any sos
picimi as to his identity?" •
"Not the slightesk" said Mr. Preblo.
" We have puzzled over the problem for
many years, but wo cannot guess who he
"Think," said the doctor. "Have
you no enemy? I do not moan people
with whom you aro not friendly—every
stirring man has plenty of those—but a
downright enemy! Is those no man
whom you knew, in the Rita whd hated
you? No ono against whom' you were
called updn to testify—no ono whom you
The banker shook his head. 110 had
asked himself all these questions repeat
"1 have no such enemy, doctor," ho
answered with sincerity of voice and
"And Mrs. PrebM . ?" suggested the
doctor, turning to her. "Have you no
rejected suitor who 'Might be revengeful
enough-to desolate your -home?"
" No," said the lady. "I was married
'early. Morton was m jffirst lover I"
" This is strange—very stranger" mut
tered the doctor. ."You=nre not con
scious of having an enemy in the world,
and yet you hay an enemy—a hidden
foca fiend in human fOrni—who is worts
ing'out against you a fearful hatred I
And vitt have not the slightest suspicion
to'whom lie is?" ,
"Not, the, . - slightest," declared the
"Not the slightest)" echoed Mrs.
Preble. - "My husband• had 'a step
brother whomight have been capable of
the infamy—but be is dead I" • .
"The handwritiog- is not amiliar 2" •
"No; It is merely a rude :scrawl, as
you see," said the banker. , rft Suggests
nothing—except, that it is' ovidently
-guised 111 -.
Again there was a profound silence.
• . "Our child is seventeen years old uow;"
at length nmrmured Mrs. Preble, her
voice trenibling., "Bhp is on the thresh
bold of womanhood. No doubt, during
all-these years,.sho,lmee yearncd,for .us,
whorever she may be, as we have yearned
for her I"
"But whore is sho2" asked the physi
eian—and new his voice was broken by
his deep syrnpithy with the ageoized pa,
rents. . " Where can she bet' . -
"IleFen. only knows," on4itorod the
"Perhapa in San •Franoi:
ui1401110.lu(e 10 in theiii
some obscure farmer; and u
that is not hors t I think
world have carried hor to,somo lonely re
glen of , the interior, among the valleys
and mountains. - Yet I nevor see a young
girl in the streets without turning to look
at her. tnOver hoar a girlish voice with.
out listonindagerly, half fancying that
it may prove tho.voice of my lost JOIU3IO
ton, dashing a fin en
of team from his
eyes. "Will this cog Agony never be
• " yiro hope .so, and oven believe so,"
Rumored Mrs. Preblo, with the firmness
of an unfaltbring trust God's mercy.
"Tho last message wo received from,our
ondinS ., seems to point to some kind of a
• " True'," assentedllr. 'Hutton, looking
at the message in question. "It is.un
liko the others. It samthathis 'reWard
is at' hand. ' 110 means either that he, in
tends to marry your daughter, or' that he:
intends •to demand money of yew -14
bringing her back—or beth."
1 ; shall soon know,' , ,,'.,44tiid.'kra.
Treble; with forced eidmitbal :"To 'day
we shallhavo another message, no doubt;
What will it he ?"; ' . • •
The banlier turned restlessly on hit
sofa, and his face grow evert paler.
' ; " Whatever it is, *it come l" he mut;
- "Anything can be borne better
thanthis awful suspense: Lot it come k'
As if his impationt words hadlirecipl
tated a crisis, a- step:mils heard on:: the
Walk nt this nunnont,,and a ring at the
"Another 'nuffillago 1" lireathetl' tho
baiiker," * • -• • • ••
A servant66bn entefred, awaking; n-let
ter, which ho oitondod; to-Mr, Praia,
' Tha bearer hiln the hall. , ,
With tineagex gaze, the bunker glanced
at themiperitoription of the missive.
"It is from him !" he faltered.
110 tore the onvelopeppen.
• It contained a slip of paper, of well
known shape and appearance, upon which
was scrawled a single line, in an equally
well known hand. writing, Which - Alio
banker eihibited to his wife and thelly-;
This lino was as followe :
"August 9, 1869. Al BfX I Will call."
A shook of wonder and horror shook
the three simultaneously. -
" Will call 1" cried Mr, Preble, also
coming hero'?" cried Mrs. Prairie,
'glaring wildly around.
"It seems so," said Dr. Hutton, his
oyes again. reverting to the message.
" Ho will be here at six o'clock, and see,
,it is already six
EVen as ho spoke, the clock on the
mantel pieoo commenced striking the .
'.appointed limm and at that.'instant ,
heavy footsteps resounded. in
approaching the library;
9lt•is• he 1" cried the doctor also
As the last stroke of the hour resound
ed, the door leading from the ball again
Ono long and horrified glance cast tho
banker Mid his wife in that direction, and
then she fell heavily to the floor.
Der senses had left her. The above"
- we publish as a specinion- chapter±but
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orders from town and.hountry, attested to promptly
and on moderate terms.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID 'PO ''HD SIMECTION
OF WAPI. PAPED. •
JAMES S. EARLE & SONS,
imr6RTints mid MANUFACTURERS
Mu beat and el.:1111;0st
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE PRA MRS,
ropenn wad American—an Simmons., nemoruuoul.
Thu nowent ppillicutions
.We fire the only 111/11 ulnll
iletilers in the how.' Ginnie+ in thie eel!
n11.4' them iit nientillietiner'keehon.
Circulate eent on
Sl6 Chestnut street,
FRESII : ARRIVAL
Of all the New Spring ;Styles of
'HATS ANI) CAP i
The' Subs bas just opened, at No. 15 Nurfl,
ENOOTOr Et., a taw dodra North-of the thirllslu Doposit
Bank, onu or then largost and boat stook of II ATE
CAPS ovur °Venal In Carlisle.
Silk flats, Cassimeres of all styles and
Still Brims different colors, and every - dessriptlon of
Soft Hats nor, mado.Tbo I/tankard and old fashioned
brush, kept constantly on hand and made to
all warranted tngive satisfaction. A foil assortment
of STRAW HAPS.Nen's boy's and childran'e fancy,
I have also added to my steldc, Notions of different
kinds, consisting of Ladles end (tent's Stockings
Nock-Tius,Ponells, Gloves, Thread,Sovlng Silks, Sue
ponder., Umbrellas, &a., Prime Segars and Tobacco,
always on hand. •
Olvo mu a call and INXIIIIIIIIIII my litOtk, an I fool oon.
ildent al pleasing, boxldoB savlnv you, money.
JOHN A. 1t111.1.111t, Agt.
No. 15North Hanover St.
VOTlolll.—Notice-is- hereby giien
1.-- 1 1.--that-the-Cles - 11411,1hipesit think et Ilipitirr
pihritkin to the nest Legislature of l'etitisyli
Ibr the.reuervel °Mtn eherter with Its present title
null canon June 13th,
J. P. TIAPSCER,
03 uly (V.Om
WHEELER ,t WILSON'S
Tr ra II Ii.WP rich:m 14ivr:=4
At tho groat Exponition, Paris, 18(37
Awareed the Highest 'Premiums
over 82 -Competitors
THE PEOPLE'S VERDICT
TIfL SALE OP WORLD' RENOWNED
MACHINE ARE 100,000 ORRATRII
'ARAN ANY OTIIER:
THE GRAND TRIM-
Dolly ere Throughout the Ivo .1, -wore mc.r
acorn gains favor, and, stree v wine the rase.
The Wheeler & Wilson etas s triumphantly
Champion and Lender over all others by therarifet
of the potpie.
We claim no recite that we cannot anstaln by
living and reliable witnesson:' , l9i.stand upon our
own RIAL.VoitTiI, without declaim ing against other
companies. We claim to have improvements for
sowing Mat we know cannot be excelled, and in
many veleta that no other. company dare compote .
with. 'No other company can show so many urn
chines that have boon. In daily Ursa for the length
of time as we can. bar The proof of this, ionic at
the numbers that are on each machine. The Wheel
er and W ilson Bowing Machine le the Rich Man's
bent Friend, and the Pooi WOrtialf6 Trust and Cons
fortorer, for no other company can sell on au liberal
and easy terms as we.
The - poor tvontan can get herself a - Ma- -
chine, and afterwards vas for it.
• • •
No Machine is• paziijitr . vital .
parties are. ally satis-t,
fled. Cohstant ,use .. •
_ . . only increases .
the worth. •
o f .
Several ladles In Carlisle who have uoml our win
tlieni — bitter in ovary point thou when now; and
there le not a garment. worms in Ike family, from
light as Swiss to heavy ne Beaver cloth, that they,
have not made." One lady nays "I have sawed for
three years and never. - broke n - teed ie." We tan
furnleh names and residences of responsible partlie
who can sustain all we claim,
.The unsigned aro a tow of =Any who have .tbe
Wheeler and Wilson Sewing klichinn., In finals's,
and, length. of time they, have boon in constant me.
" J. Itheern,
" Itov. Dr. Wing
" iz. C. Woodward,
,) Rev. Sterrett,
" Peebles, • ;
Miss Carolina Ego, _
. Hernian,,(Monroe twp 9
Initruetlone glren froe of charge. and . h.fachinee
cheerfully shown to MU who call at Urn. lirttliame'
tltore,hio. 2Q North llinover Street, Car
lisle, PA, Prices and styles to edit any customer.
Machined deliVered to alLpolnteik Numborland and
adJolnlng countloafree of o!r.tre charge., .
12ImAn j uqy3 T RI TT 11.hffra9nt1 r -.'
J. M. & L..it,.,,vp.r r op. 4 ,.the. only
19dar 694 y
t - J.EO. G. 1)0811'8U the place to go
you - iiirtrix — rti2eT/At or -Cap
, /Coo. don't fall to pall on
NOL 90, Wc!.:74 : 01a A troet,
'Where mu be seen the sanest assortment.of
HATS AND PAPS..
over brought to Carlisle. no takes great pleasure In
Inviting' his old friends and Customors, mid all now
once, to his splendid stock. Just received from Naw
Tork'sud Plilladelphis, consisting la narS ut dun
BILK AND CASSIKIERD HATS, •
noshlbs an endless variety of Hite and Caps of the
latest sfyle, all of which ho will sell at the LoWent
Cash Prices, Also, his , own manufacture of Hate at
ways on hand, and
Hate . Jfatittfo' etured to Order
lfa has tho Lost arrangement for coloring lints and
all hinds of 'Woolen 'Goods,,Ovarccttn dca., at, tho
shortest with.° (as he colors sviiry onit)-and on tho
most reasonable tonna. Also a Atm lot of choice
wands of '
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
otl_hrtnd. lfodeolroa to call tho.ottontlon of
pm•xoiix who hn - io •
_ya eull, rill ho:irys tho Llghose rail 'races for tho
Clive him a call; at tho above number .his old
atand MI be reeln confident of giving entire natiefno.
julyl4 G 7. ~
THE "BENTZ MUSE,"
(1 , orinerlyCnian use:)
No. 17 AND 19 EAST MAIN ST.,
'rho undersigned having ,purchneed and entirely
rot tted, auu (oral shod ennui throughout with first ,
clam furniture, tole null-known'and old established
Hotel. solicits the euaturn of the 4mmunity end
travelling public. Ho le well wavered to furnish
first•clues accommodations to ull who deeiro to make
llotel.thelr Ilome or pleasant temporary abode.
The custom. from Um ourroundlng country Is re ,
eporl fully solicited. Courteods and attentiTa ear
1, ants aro engaged at thin popular hntol,
Z MENTZ; Prorp'•
N. 11. A firiit , clusla Livery hi ronnettiol with tho
Hotel tho ntori;gornorit or Mr. JOB. L. Z'it.ttNlClt,
ESTABLISHED TN 1851
Inylte . a lila patron!, and the nubile centrally,. t
hle Now Store, No. 7330 EHEMTNVP St.
PHILADELPHIA, whero they will find
largo mtd wolf nolooted -stock of DIAMONDS
WAPCIIRS. (11.00K8, 'SILVER ant
PLATED NV A Int-Moderatt,l'rleeti,
N. IL—WATCIiIS and JKIVEI.ItII. caraftilly ra
JEIVEI,ItY nod SILVER. WARS fif rill klodn tout
AGENTS WANTED. Agouts want=
od, $75 to i'yea) per month, nada and remain,
to bell the; criolirated and original Naimoli Eloise
Fondly Sea Ing rinrhlne, impn.sud nod. perfected; it
will limn, fell, stitch, tuck, bind braid, and embroider
Iu a most I.lllllPrillr manner. Prim, tally $l5. For sim
plicity, and durability, it him no rival. Do not buy
till MIA portico nelliag mrtrhiucn mid, Om mint)
IMMO Moron no nniu, ,taalsa lowing a (Waikato of
A uucy signed by us, us they are worthless cast Ina/
machine. For clrealana awl terms, apply or add coo
tlm AiSTOitli - k COX
413 Client nut nit eel, l'hilod,s4
The Grea.t. Pacific Rairoad is finished
UNION & CENTRAL PACIFIC
BOUGHT BIND SOLD. •
'Bankers and Dealers in Governments
No. 40 South Third Street,
18 N. Hanover Street, No. 18
NEW YORK BRANtiI
I [V. A.latf ART F., RS FOR DAM AINS
We ivould Invite the special attention of the nit
lache or Cnrllmin, and Cumberland county, to. our
won solected stock of .Iloalery, ti loves, Notione,
White Geode, I.laeu and raucy Ono& all of which
moo are determined to run elf at astonishing low
Mao cis an 1.1, 7 3 , call au,l jilr , for yowEnivra.
. No. 18 N. Hanoi,. Strict, 31pe's
THE MARY INSTITUTE,
G °ARIA SLE, PENN'A
A lionrding School for GIRLS
The Moil. Rnnunl ..noion vlll begin on Iredurods...
Septorolinr Int. Fnr riletilnrs or forth, inliorinntlou
:We CPA -.
h., W. 0. IXTEItiI.TT.
np.11..3,00-Iy o.3itle Pa.
SP F.,' ANJ.Vt) 'N ()P. 41 . 4 . ' IY T.
J. E 0A 1, i)IV LT, & CO
902 CHESTNUT STREET
nava rebuilt, dol.rged and risoodelnd their eetnb•
babcdunt, dentroyed by fir. lq January hrt, and
I.IFIO OpOne;) PIO 011100 fur Vnehnies,
AV WI no . 11aim New Stoelc of
Manufaeturcd 85•Importod" pooda,
Superior to any they 10..v0 berulultire.
Wow!, -to ,the 'Public.
moct coittklly lovllo nil to vl,llt outtioro . :t
JAB. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
.1)02 CH - MTN in' writ - NET, •
toolenum hse ransve4 his illatiblinhment
SPLENDID NEW GEMINI) Vila
oplioalte 9axten'alllerdww;e4tere, where..he'eet
dlallylnvitee tbe nubile le examine the piace and
hie numerayp 'apechnene. 'The /tell know.. of
altyllyht - on - the that - Pool'. ars
01,elont Indueelnen Pio for the public to patrenlre
eetabllahtnenl. lite ;Octaves ire unlvereally
aoknowledgeeto be ottani to the beet made • In.
I hlledelpfile; or:Nee 'York, end far iniperlOr te any
Ie this seputry..' Pleas call. •
Omar OQ-If 0. L. LOOll.ll/1 N.
Edithllehad iBto. ,
LAWj I tUNCE D. DIETZ C 0.,.
11081 WRY; •
. 'Bilwert Ifinuar ' cl and Zibm:ly,
lout CD Dan
!rip:4o rarleible Cider M, .
N. GarduOrW. Co'n., PO M
rtablo Chlot• '
Star Corti, (throo oleqs4 ; '
Cannon Corn Shalom, • '.
'''Nottotd FodderSluttori.(throO tr•ct,), • • ,
Cuptborliurd Doptileactloy Harrow, • .
! , --•TOgollitlr 'with OMer
Foi evil° AVM', Oa Ride Foundry brill Machlto
130p.e.2m ' F. GART I I4IIp, ,
J E IV EL E RS,
_RE4TINGt 41rD VOokil;M
• 17,,,Y013, WANT TO :SEE • VIE
stiOst'pirrea`PAßY,OA BTO9E G141.'01'168 sir.
tho sp3y jut@'
Stave Sthre,. East Lattber Street, 'ln the rear . of
lie!Witte Store and iea the
GREAT AMERICAN BASE BURNER
In eporation. St lea perpetuarflurnor; Mid perfect
Radistor,las well ass perfebt'Ventilater of the room
Old Ig:warranted; tW COI/IMM less coal than any
other otove otthe 11=10 site; ever ; offered , to the
public, requiring but one ordinary scuttle of small
coal once' in twpntv-eight hours, Tieing perfectly
simple in all its working , haring a simple elide to
, regulate the fro for keeping at nlght,.one kindling
of fire being all that, le required during the winter.
No Oust, no gall, no slag or tinder, ' ''• ' ' •
rrancriox 011 OPHIUTIONI
PlIti!BOTION 01 OPERATIoNI
Tho lotter.qUality is produced by Ulan),
Ste important aboranterlatica are these
coeipicrmagjzi W. t
RE EE ENOE S.
John Pnul, Amos Miler. 'Dr. S.ll. Maar
Imo Portal. ' David Mine, 0. Delaney,
D. Hoffer, D Walston,' D. Rigor,
Col.llllllintngen Mrs. Dingwall, Prof. Staynion,
A; Songaman, Dr. Train.• • Jobnaon Moore,
J. TALlppay, D. Willem, inhniT,
A. Ceovar, • J. Thompson, J. Burkholder,
Capt. Drindlo, Cm Gordon, 1 1. (largo!,
Broell. Stauffer, 11.141,eofter,
Turner, J. Stouffer, W. McLaughlin
Homer, A. Leidigh, P. Thumme,
Goo. Yore nban glil p . Itl g n trl tz, Mrs. Wunderlich,
Abner Miller, -1.1. P. Haggler, Major Cala,
Clot the beet COOK STOVE in the
Excelsior \Penn or, ItTornink Light
• To la/11110n to the obova Stove FRIIII.gY kaoon
on hand a 101 l imp ply or Cho 1.1,4 t, Cook, I'arlora nil
Tin and Sheet iron work of all kinds On band,
null Spouting, 'Rooting and-Jobbing of all kinds
Bono at 'bort entire, and 01 the, heat mathrial, Fruit
Coon, and Jai, or tint most approved patontn, ml.l
in condom'oo the bent l'ortahla null Brick Hat-
1 0 1JRNAVI. 'IPURNAOB.
en.' etre: rd to the iml.ll, For foramera eAll ou
Dr. II eor.en YxiillYh, llehry SAI in!! ,
F. C. Homing, Mex. tiordou,
Pref. Ilillmau, F Mariner,
F. Watts, .1. C. 1 olitigh,
A. L µpnhalef, hmlef,
hurter CIO 1:y
tl -I •
RE Y,NOI, DR & S9N,
N. cart 13TH A NP I,7I:BERT
ti I 7? P
GAS CONSUALING HEATER
GAS CONSUMING HEAVER,
Ivry!' PATENT PUNT SCREEN,
(MATE I:Alt [METH, Mad
ItOttn-I,F` IRON It ADI ATI It
Those Heaters are made of Heavy Wrought Iron,
well Hefted together, the Only, sure prevention
against the renege or One or Mast. They are easily
managed, without any dampers,. The Patent Ra
diator avoids the use and 111111V3.11/ . 11 of drums, nod
In pormanen , lfattaehed to the Ranter. This la
the.meat durable, 1111.111,111, oncemond:al anti popular
heating Apparatus ever offered for sal°. They am
COOKING HANGER for Ilotelx And 121,741110 n,
j i LOWD,MTC. 9 , I I : II7 " :r,. ' ;%
We ere aloommounintarlag a
Nr.w FLAT-TOP IIEATINII
. Fend for oc.r Illmitrated
BEATING AND VENTIDATINO
W A nEgb us I.:.
No. 113'2 and' 113.1 Starlet Streut,
V The Golden Eaglo
Title Is a. entirely low beater. It is construct•
od es to once eotumend Itself I o general favor, being'
a comblnallon of wrought and cast Iron, It In fery
sample In construetlen, and le perfectly „alrdight ;
sell-cleating, having no pipes or deems teqsatakon
out and 'Gleaned. At le en arranged - with upright
flues •an to produce a larger amount of heat f, oru
the same welghtUf real thee any furnace now In
use, The hygrosnetle condition of the air an pro
duced by my new arrangement of evaporation,
will at once demonstrate that It is the
ROT AIR FURNACE
that :will produce n porfolly boftlLlty nt morphere. I
nut now mukluk flvoidsue of Pol.fables, and flaw for
. Special Attention is also, sailed .to my NEIV CIOL
'ERN EAGI,IC COOKING RANGES, as I feel assured
There le notlitugin bselhat can rompers with them
as regards their durability, economy and efficiency;
with 0-largo assortment of Low Down Grates, Fire
Via. Rime, Registers nd Ventilators. Semi for
• Illustrated - sheular.
Wane 69.6 m
L.ETTEUB 'of Adminietratiou on tiro
21-el entitle of Jacob Hammon, Tito of North Middle,
ton townshipoleconsed, having boon granted to the
undorsigned, residing In Welt' Ponnaborongh town
ship; all perilous indebted to said estate Are Rolland
to wake payment, and3hone haring cluitne against ft
to present them for aettletnent.
• 2hciit Adminhitrator.
E 'V E EF
SRLL-VR . B BROTHERS,
, 623 Afarket &root, l'hiln
Tiro 3m •
wisdom will lament you: be not always con.
trolled...by your incredulity, hundreds havo , sought
relief I from the horrors of Dyspepsia through the
medium of DeuuTrefl ArtSl-DIMPMIC STOW/X.IZ 11.14711111
and found it. 'Why :Mould you Gutter when this adult
robin stornaelxiehas cured many similar cemea-why do
you:Mad whilliotlior helm and aro cured/ Delay In
this matter la both dangerous and unprofitable. Your
Loalth, happinese and Mmineers mama, whilo constant.
uogloot la frequently kiln well by nerions Apd uncork.
- tiollable'resulls. - 'l3nuuttes -- ,llimana aro - equally
•unoful ••In • the -nunteromt dfillOultlea • allanding
gostion; as liludolutate i , COMIPATION, &0., 101110 lot
Faun and Anna nod ,Oh or diaordera proceeding
from Mianarata t It lathe only toile:bin preventive MA
raMody known. • • 24ae yo
A. re;lit,v'ailciy of MTow, t3tiete',
MitRIDIAN , BtritNElt.
iihro.t .411030 111 th; 3Sorket it WO the large;t
Ilhiterany Merit; tlUt Li.
'Manutaotmrets and WhOlosale'
:Dealers. ' •
7 0 2 AROnlaTitrafr. PazunamPubk
ißb noellp•ly . .
- FALL AND WINTFAI PITORTATION.
Iq.DEONS,. • •
MILLINERY, - ,
. ' . . . .
, and ETRA,W GOODfi
AItIiBTROITG, OA.TOR & CO;;
• - 287 & 239 Baltimore aired,
Impoiters And Jobbers of ' • .
' BONNET AND TRIMMING RIBBONS,
VELVET AND.SAIMI RIBBONS,
BONNET BILKS, SATINS AND 'VELVETS, •
• ILLUSIONS, BLONDS, LACES , NETTS AND ORATES, •
• PRENCII /LOWERS AND TEATIMES.
• STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES' HATS •
. TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED,
SILK, VELVET AND 'PELT BONNETS AND.
lIATSO-BUNDOWNS AND SILBER- aocws:
Tbo largest Stock of;liflllinory Goods in this coun
try, and unequalled in choice variety, which we offer
at prices that trill defy competition.
Moo - •
FllNTRarglinNq TO ORDER
igA - 211)
No. 22, NORTH. .11AN V.EII. ST.
I invite the attention of my old Customers and
tho public at large to telt , Largo -ww Brilliant Stock
of SUMMAR GOODS for Mon, Youtheand Boyo' wear.
My Custom Doportment comprises the finest and
moat soloct.ofl Cloths— and Cassinters, while my
ready mad° Clothing la carefully and moat tastefully
goi ton up.
I cannot and will not be undereold.
ISA AO LIVINOSToN,
No. 22, North Ilonover kit., Carllolo.
N. 11.• Still selling tho Floroneo Ssolog Blaehluos
00 hI,PL ET 5i A N U'R
LIEN4Y BOWER, Choinitd,
Snper-Phosphate of Lima Ammonia &
ITAIVIUNTXS FlXte MOM AMILTSEATION
'Elie manure contain. ell the olernente to •pro;
duce largo crape email kind., end Is highly rearm
bonded by alt who now it,
,also by dletlngufshed
clieml.t. who Lave, by analyst., teatedlte qualities
Pgeked in Bays al
. :,400 lbs. each
DIXON,SII - PORPLERS . & CO..
And by dealers koneselly Lb rouhout the country
For bfferunition, athire.! Irepry Rower, Phil's.
12rob 00-13.1 - -
PALL and WINTER FASHIONS
Mrs, M. A. ISINDMIt hal just arrived from Paris
end London with the 140,0. designs, porsonolly t,
looted from the greatest novaltio. (slim, the must
gout trimming. to ho secured 1u Pu•l,.
LAMS, RIBBONS,- TELYMIS, BRIDAL VEILS
ri,olvatts, 71NIC JEWELItY,JaaId THINKER,
PA PElt PATTERNS, DRESS and:CLOAK MAKING.
Excluelve agent for Mrs. M. Work'. celebrated eye
tem for euttiug ladles' dreeeen, sod Ines, Basques, AL
Nortlirreot eeruor Elovoutb acid Cheettait Struoto
17 Sept the
SOLID SILVER and
SILVER PLATED WARE
Of °Tory des cl Ipflon awl latest tlea!gra, eullathe for
Bridal Gifts, Testimonials, and Holiday
Prices lower than the regular me. l.r rat..
It:Argonhoary Indureutonta to pnrchaNn•
0E0,1.1.11EC117'1N., No, 716 A roll'elk.c,ot,
Po I LADIMPOIA.
(Old Edlabliahed Stand.)
CLARK & BIDDLE,
JEWELERS & SIIXERSMITIIS
712 Chestnut Street,
MEIJI NEW BUILDING
No. 1124 Chestnut street,
Are opening a large &lid ■aw anaerfineat of Dia
mond and other tine Sevelry, American and Wee
iVatchee, .7Englieb Sterling Silver Ware, Gorham
6leetro•platd Ware, Mental Cloaks, de., ke.
18Jano 60.1 y
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
SAFES, SAFES, SAFES,
( pry Filling.)
Awarded MO Prise Modally Id World'', Fair, London,
Worla's Fair, Now York, Expiation
FARREL, HERRING & GO.,
629 CHESTNUT STREET:
ciao. W. .Myers.
trerring, - Farrel, & Sherman,-N. York
licrring & Co., Chicago
herring, Farrel, & 00., New Gii its
Mora titan 30.000 liElinlNo'3 EAVES have been
and nrorievr 2 In use; and over six BUBDZID have
passed through assideotal Ores, prosarvlng thee
contents In sown InsteOcon a hors many others Id led
SACONDIA? 114M1 of our own and other makers
onvlhg Loon received M port pay for Poe Improved
Illirring's Patent Ohm Pion, for sato at low price'
IicYMICB . TIO 400D'El,
. ~. ..
. • .
PRE4A 6°o2ll3ihi _
l'r " ttie. ,_ •' • ' ''.
..-4 •.' .‘• .v , toAriNe'l l i Atia , k ,
DRE9EI • T,RINIIIINON, , _
; , BING'S II JiW noum,
6i WEST MAIN
Oppoolko the lltwuglen Uopoo, next to Po 4 llQlee
FARIO - US.
79 South Street,
IlAvbig romp, od 11.1..
NOW OPIIINIAO .
HARD WARE STORE,
26 NORTH HANOVER STREET,
WE would respectfully call the ellen-.
Hon of tiro palla to our recently roplonteh•
od STOOK OP HARDWARE making K now_ boo of
tho largoit In Odmborlond Valley And consisting
Impart of HANIORED AND ROLLED
Illtl'MON'S ROUSE 50058, NORWAY RODS,
BLACKSMITIIIV, WMION MA HERS', cSOMMI MA
NM' AND OADPENTIOI TOOLS,
but Atakora, Undertaken!, and Coacb'ldakort!
MATERI . AL
Thovol., Forke,Naknm, &e
Raptlre for fireCOlt`holl'a 11.13 APER ronetwitly
oiilunnl, Wu ate constantly In rneelpti of goals
ifroet from tho tnaiiiillieturors nod aro ebb to for.
alah country mareliants' et , Philadelphia and New
SW-GOODS delivered to all parts of the town free
T ILCOX GIBBS'
- S - E W I IV - G Gll.f .
We have uncured the lig'encv of the Wile,. A
Gibbs' Rowing Meehine, a little family arrange
ment no one memo willing' to do without after
having seen one to operation: The )Vllces A
Gibbs' le n Bhutto Thread Mnehl no and claims
superiority over all Double Thread Saar:Moue in the
following perticularn. It to simpler and lest Debit,
to get out of repair. It In cheaper. It rune .
with less noise. it runs armlet. It rune faster
It has the best device for preventing the wheel
from running backward. It requires lees inechani
eal skill to operate It. It requires lees time and
Instruction to learn to use It. It is the moot
certain and reliable In Ito operations. Its needle
is straight trod less Ilablo to he broken than a
curved ono. The needle is rumored in Its place by
an Ingeniously patented device which renders It eel(
adjueting en that neither chill nor experience are
required in arranging it. It cone directly from the
spool thus doing away with the [actions operation
of rewinding the thread for adjuntnient In the
shuttle. It snake. the Wilma & or "twisted
loop stitch," a stitch original with this machine
and made by no ether, the seam In more emetic
and stronger than the Lock !Mich. The seam is the
most even and beautiful, the seam is always self.
fastened thou avoiding a' reversible feed: lie -ten
elan Is more simple and more easily adjusted, It in
more 'speedily changed from one kind of work to
another, It does beautiful embroidery , it has the'
hest hemmer, it has the beet tiller, It hoe the beet
braider, It has the beet Tho Wilcox k Illbbs
hoe been In the market for a little more eight years,
during which time upwards °feisty thormand.have
been made and sold, a . number by Arty par east
larger than were soldnf any Double Thread Ma.
chine" In the nine number of its earliest. years
Snell success Is sufficient to warrant the sale of this
Medline wherever it hue an Agency without the
doubling evidence of trodimonlais, of which there are
enough - to fill - up - the columnrin - the - land7 — Those
Machines are o• exhibition at our Moro, No. PR,
North Hanover street, Carlfele, whore they may be
examined, and they will take great pleasure in ex
plaining anything relalle a to it..
MILLHIi & ROWERS,
No. 26, North Mauro,. St.,
EAST 111011 STREET,
Whole Ante and natull dealer in Hardware, Iron
tool, Nulls, Building !daterluls, rulote, OH.
Finent.quallty of Amsrisan and English Pocket
and Table Cutlery.
Every description of Tonle adopted for nil Me
, filen lest Trades of the most celebrated malcurn, nod
warranted hi every Instance.
Guns. Pistols and Ammuitttlen.
fo^ any depth warrented i to glvo satiditation
PARISI HELLS, PLOWS, OlIAlltl3, NAMLM
GRAIN RAGA, &v., le.,
Builders receive ma:eriois to a great isiveinfeegi
Loth In price and Inatiiy. •
,llouseiceopere 1109,111 InutioßlLl In great
WE AEESOLE AORNTS FOR THE
PATENT EXCELATOR' WEAillElt STRIPPING,
adopted for doors and wledowi. • .
We feel surplices competent of greasing et as
our goods are of the highest lu glicaily and lowest
!eyries, . .
Order. by mail receive pro tpt eyelid', goads
delivered In towitfree.
Parties Indebted to us fur 1868 will plume be
prompt lu their payment. an i all to whom we are
Indebted will please prose
~ t , their Milo for
settlemout. .. r.
Rian 09. lIENRY PAYTON.
' FOR MAN OR BEAST. '
hi a Valuable Preparation is admirably
adapted to the Cure.aPali those Dix
eases for'whieh a Co/Hair-irritant
or 14ternal Remedy is required. .
• - REFERENCE. •
Abram- Mamma, Ned, has ebowu me the re.
celpt of,wh lob his Littiment le composed. From
my knowledge of the ingredients, I do not hesitate
In certifying that It will be beneficial whore au
'external application of the • kind is Indicated.
A. STEWART, M. D.
Shippensburg, Supt. 15,180*, '
Fully conversant with the chethlcel components
'and medical effects of A. MargunrVe Llulment,l
cheerfully commend It to those who may heed it.
Jacksonville, Pa. S. N BOICES., M. D.
eaying 'that I'have used your Liniment7fOc — ibliF
ped hands.andit eared them and made them feel
soft. I think it the beet I here ever used, and
'would cheerfully recommbud. it to. the primal
< Newton Township, Pa., Nov. 24,1808.
I hereby certify Cut I have need A. Marquart's
Liniment fur Bcratchei and Bpavln on two of my
horses with the greatest Suomi, and would rec
ommend It to al I that aro In need of anything of
the kind. C. MELLINGER,
, County Treasurer. ,
BcOugestAwn,Ca., : Aiol,lB,...lBB.B.
Mi. A. • Mareuart :—Dear Sir: • I have 1111111 V
abonthalf a bottle_of.yottr Liniment on my_ hums
or a bad Collar Gall, whlott wan the Most obstinate
Nob; of the kind Toler law; also on' my arm , for -
Rheumatism, and It has given entire ;satisfaction
In bath eases. -I•wonld not do without IV or.ten
Maas it wet -and ehearlully recommend , It to the
publie ' • ASIONAEL LAM:IAN;
JaelsonvilleePa.,•Nov. 20, 1808. , •;, • I
.• • • •
Mitrquart, Beg:—Dear Sir had' a. verj
ievero attack of Rheumatism in thy" beck; lo that
I cold(' mutely *elk, v th ich; V e ry. palnful.
'After, ming half scbottlo- of your celebrated , Lini•
- moot' I wee entirely enred, -Thls is not .a-recom.
meniatfon. but th e plain truth. - You can, make
ee al 00 , you gloats. " i tON6.
" Walnut ilottom, Pa, Nov. 20,1800.
'Mai - quart 1-,biate Olr :1 - have med .
yourlaluablrialment in-by fatally for differ.
ant value an aches, and it has proved satisfactory
in every I,do, think', as art external Lini
ment, It stand/ Without Would door.
fully recommend it to the public.; Respectfully,
GROROR W. YOpUtf.
Pa,, Nov. 21. 1808;:. ; :; ,
A. Atarquart, Rig.:-Dear , Sir: It affords me
plassure to certify that I have need your Liniumnt
on m'y atex,lnapas• 'Army More, Throat, which
Was marl strollei ill very palatal.' After
or three applleatichm, 'and It ku act like male,
Via Weal= Mika eamdiont Llaiment.
" r• • SAV 01, a
Walnut Botter, , Pa., Wev.10,15011; '
/fir AORNT><WA TIDt Address . ,
' r . I.A. 7.1A1110:11.71.11, -
" • Bottom Camb:Co., Pa.
Pot sale at LIAVORBTIOIf A BRO. .Drni! Store,
XISCRzz oad: '~-=ti•
'Your attenttoo totalled to the fleet tiet:Oi
RmNisidni " ';'
Store:you son nee the finest dliplay 01.600de ern
kept in any eltntlOr eetabilebment in Mei minty, eon
elating In tart of the following
*TOVES AND HEATERS'
Warmotod to glyozonontl eatteractfor
- RUNNY SIDES lIMMI PLAOIriIEATKR,
ORIRNTAL PARLOR RRATBR,
OILIIMTAL PAILLOTt STOYII,
LIVELY Imps RADIATING BASE nuirin,
JUNIATA PARLOR lIPATER,
PARLOR MOUT BASE BURNER,
cannot be urrotteeed
D 4.lll....y r ejgjt AF,
BAK:A ROAST, ANIS" lII4T
Bettor, with lees fool, Wan any other eaves lu WU
Attention io nailed to Aar
REVOLVING LIGIIiDAHE BURNER,
hF.VOLVINU 11019 BURNER,-,
flaring acquired a reputation In tide and adjoining
.untin for our
Wenra determined to keep the enure lu the future
fcellog co•fitiel - Talaat we cal. glen y good artfiled •t
retoa lower than,olltale tell bad
Wn Lava ului on band, •nd tot •alo n ■na murk.
or Opod motterlai end cheap.
Wo have, and keep conlatautll ou baud,. •a 7 largo
usually kept I. a Illtat.elama
TIN AND'SIIRET IRON ITARRIIOUSI; :
Dona us ithurt uotica, and al raaionibisterms. None
bat good workroom and rood material on hank -----
RUINEBMITH & RUPP,
Nos. 62, 64, 68,
NORTH HANOVER STIIZET, •
Just published, a new edition ef Dr. Ci
etyleibratod'Eaany on the radical ewe
(without medicine) of Sr I AAA 7012.11C1/,, or Dem
lull Weakues, Involuntary Seminal twist, 10.
Porr.Ner, Mental and Physical Incapacity Impodl•
mente to marriage . ; etc.; also COnallnY2lol, IrrtaiPVT
cod FITS, Induced by selt•indulgeime or 1•11141
dp_Pricos, in sealed envelope, only II seats.
colebiated author, la tide admirable may
clearly demonetrates from a thirty yearn' anerientulk
practice, that the alarming ecateetquenert of eelf•
,ab nue may be radically oared without the. danger
ous use of internal medicine or the knife; pointing.
out a mode of cure at once simple, certal•, and o 6
factual, by moana of which every sufferer, no meat.
ter what hie condition may be, may cure Mined
cheaply, privately, and radial/V.
Awn le Lecture Should ba In the baud. of every'
youth and every man M the land. „
Sent under seal, in a plaits envelope; In any ad
drees postpaid, ou receipt of six cents, or twe peel'
stamps. Mao, Dr. Cuiverwelre "Marriage CM •
prim XI cents. Address the Publishere„
' CHAS. J. U. (TUNE k
lgf Bowery; New York, Poet o®e• Box
• tjan 00'
Sehenc7c's Piclmonic Syrup. •
Seaweed Tonic and MEndrake PHla, Will mire Gar'
sumption, liver Complaint, and Dyspepsia, If takes
according to directions, They' are all three I. IA .
Paten at the same time. They cleanse the stomach
telex 'the liver, and pub it to work: then thil an..?
the becomes good: the food digests and makes good
blood: the patient begins to grow .In flesh, the ,
dimmed matter ripen. In the lungs, and the pa•
tient outgrows the disease and g , e well. Thighs
the only way to cure consumption. .,
To these • three medicines Dr. . 11, Schenk, of
Philadelphia, owes his unrelaxed moil In the
treatment of pulmonary consumption The Put
monle Syrup ripen. the morbid matter In theinags,
nature throw. It off by Lan ram expectoration, for
when the phlegm orvnatter Is ripe, a slight (lough
llllhrow it off, and the patient has rut and the
lunge bogie to heal.
To do this ' the Seaweed Tonle and Mandrake Pills,
mud be freely used to cleanse, the stomach and liver,
so that the Pulmoulo Syrup and the food will Make '
scheueles Mandrake Pllis aet upon the liver pa
Moving all obstructions, relax the. dusPot the gall
bladder, tim 'Ole starts freelyond the liver la am*
relieved; tho stools will 'show what the PM ;sae
do; nothing has ever been Invented exoept col onial
l(a deadly Poison which is very dangerous to • ton
ees w;tb groat oars), that will unlock thaw; I bled.
Mr and start the secretions of the liver like SohoneVe
Mandrake Pills. , -
Liver complaint is ens of the most prominent
CAMAS of consumption. ,
licheuck'e Seaweed Tonle is a gentle stimulant
and Alterative, and the alkali In the Seaweed, which
that preparation Ie made of, omelets the stomach is
throw' out the gastric juice to dissolve the food with
tho Pnlinonic Byrne, sod It Is made' Into good blood
without fermentation 6,r murlogin the stomach.
rho great reason wh ys physicians don't cure con.
enuiption is, — thej try to do too much: they give
medicine to stop the cough; to stop thins, to stop
'fight inveate r hoetie levers and by so dolor they de.
range the whole Algoaffive powers, locking up. the
,ll4Cl.o t lonsand eventually the patient sinks and dies.
Schenck, In his tteatinent does not try to slop.:
:o cough; night aureate, chills, or fever. homey*.
the close and they will all step of their own accord
No one can be ' , sure& of Oonenniptieri, , Liver Corn- -
• plaint, Dyspepsla, Catarrh, Cancer, Ulcerated Throat
unieni the liver and attimach are made healthy.
If • person has oonsumptlon of course the lungs
lu some way are diseased, either torbercies, abeam
see,. brohehial irritation, pleuta adhesion. or the
longs are a mass-of Inflammation and fast decaying..
the lungs that are wuclug, bunt is the whole bodly
The stomach and liver have lost their power to make
blood Out Of food. Now the-only chance Is to take
:13chantk'a - thras — medleiner - w, hictrwill-hring-ap-a
tone to the stomach, the patient will beglu to want .
fond,, It will digest easily and make good blood; then
the patient begins to gain In flesh, and as soon as
the body begins to grow,the lunge commeace to
up and the patient gets fleshy and well. This ie
the only way to cure conniption. •
When there Is no lung di ; add only liver emu.
_plat nt and Dyspepsia, tichspek'a Osawesd Tautened
ilandtake,i'llis are ea:cleat without the Pelmonin 4
Syrup. Take the Mandrake freely in 'all bll.
cue templet ots, 11l they are perfeetly heroism. •
' Dr. 'Schenck, who has enjoyed uninterrupting
health Mr many years pest, and new weighs 2116 ,
pounds..waawasked awe y toss intro akeleton,in the
last stages efrulOilno7 o6 niltreption his phystohui
having pronounced hie case hardens and abandoned
- him to bbl fete -- lie woe cured - by thektoriumid mod
icinee, and since Ms recovery many thousand Oa.,
lady afflicted have geed Ds. shenpleo ,roperlitlonif
with ktie sane remarkiblo injooess. lu l l direetioie '
actompanyingasehomakeit pet absolutely '
ry to Personally, see Dr. Schanck: hn lent the patent
wish their lunge eximlned,iiiid puripcil• he
'IS pro cialonally at hit iPrlnciple
every,Saturday, y 144041 lelterant advise Send be
addressed. He la alas Pl o lliiimaUS at." '" /'ana
street New York, every- tither "Spesday„"aud
86,11knover streets Heston, entry' ,otherWoduestity,
Ores advies•ites; but fork thoiough 11211131064.; . '
time with his Usapirodteter the price Is SO, (Mee ,-
:honriost each city, from .1.-M t .to
Prite of the Pnlosonle Syrup sad Betwilid
each sl,6oblttle, or 61.60 a half .done. Man.
dralsorllls Omuta a box. ,Ifor sale -Lynn &tuella
ap1119,00.4y. • N 0.16 N. oth Bt. Phil.. pi,
V WLIQUOR . 8T0!.1,D. • '
,T ri isip i, • •,.-•
N. E. c Oob 4anpypF.andl i iiirtfrot, oksasts.
. • "(A: f.w 40Ois iou'ul of nipsime• Nora.), „
'P4.) , tio VirblakY,
T Common Whitt y Yore Ifolland Gin. ~ • ''
• • 01 V0i1791: 7 4'•‘ : • • •
' gberry.Wltie, • • ,
'% • ,; ‘!, ' itsapbury Syrup.
bragns•e , Asia •uukodi,„
Ow°. • ppyriata. • , 1,• • •-•,-•
STOVES AND HEATERS,
NOBLII COOK, ..
NOVELTY PARLOR MOE;
atid NATIONAL RANGE,
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