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INFANT FQ9p.—What a Bahy costs'
red, —Whelf it necesgary to feed
infants artific ially, and cows' milk to used,
itiotad be first boiled, then - skimmed,
sweetOiied'a little with- sugar, and
yt a little aaed, not . enough to
t gwe it a ailtish . tast4;..-milk thus
ct ,will • :not only prevent the indigestion
Aitd, consevent acidity, flaiulenc,e, colic,
from ,whiett Auckiog_chil
_ine* but will actually
- :Ftve them. - . •
_infant will swallow, - during
.the first year of its life, fourteen kindred
foundi of initk, in which are twenty-one
bounds of cheese, thirty pounds;of }utter,
and a hundred and twelve pounds of au
' At Wiz tents a quart, with the
ip3s:?.ry. sweetening,"eaeh "dear " little crea
pre costs, for alone, fifty dollars for
h& first year. = .ffairs Journal of Health.
'Prosperity is 144 without many
fears and distastes, and adversity is not
without comforts and hopes. We see in
needleworks and embroideries, it is more
pleasant to have a lively Ny9rl;upqn a sad
find solemn ground, than ID have a dark
.and melancholy work upon a lightsome
; ground; judge, therefore, of the pleasure
kif the heart by the pleas ure of the eye.
Certainly virtue is like precious odors,
post fragrant when they are incensed or
pru.shed ; fOr prosperity doth best discover
vice, but adversity doth best discover vir
pirl heard a good linsband at his book
say, kkap to einit, study some time of the
'year; made as pinch for the increase of
learning as to let the land' lie fallow
for some time maketh for the better in
'pease of corn. If the land be ploughed
Avery year, the corn eometh up thin; so
.those which never leave poring on their
;books have often times as thin invention
as other poor men.-4'oger'3sclEgm.
tile-Those who read everything are
.tbought to understand everything too;
but it is not always so. reading fur
pishes the mind only with' the materials
j:of knowledge, it is thinking that makes
Fahat re read ours. We are of the ru
minating kind; and it is not enough to
t cram ourselves with a great load of col
lections—we must chew them over again.
or A wolpan is either worth a great,
deal or nothing. If good for nothing, she
not worth setting jealous for; if she tie
a . true woman, she will not intentionally
Igive any cause:for jealousy, A man is a
ute to be jealous' of a good woman —a
fool to be jealortiq a worthless one-z--hat
IS a double fool to put his throat for either
sir said that a German doctor
pace wrote n work in five volumes, to prove
that tiul human mind Was so constituted
patura infirmities, that once in every
seven days man did one foxiliall act, and
puce in every twenty-four hours sai4 one
• foolish thing..
Hsu the minutes how they run,
How.many makes the hour full complelp,
How ufny hours bring about the day,
}How trim days finish up the year,
How many Tear a moral man may live,
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iIiNOS, 111EtODEONS & MU SIC 1
- THE CASH' SYSTrig " ADOPTED. .
Prices Greatly .T,educed,
- RORA_PE WATERS, •
No.. 30a Broadvay, N. Y.,
AGENT FOR'THE BEST BOSTON ' & N. Y,
'' ' itistrulit:pnts. ."
fr4HE Largest Assortment of Pian4 Melo t
deons, Musical Insquments, and Musical
' Merchandise of all kinds, in the United States.
Pianos fromiTen different Manufactories, com
prising those of every variety of style, from
• 'the plain, neat and substantial 6i octaves, in
Walnut or Rosewood Cases, from $l5O to $2OO,
to those of . the most elegant finish up to One
ffhanSand Dollars. No house in the Union
Fan eciMpete with the above in the number,
variety' and celebrity of its instruments, nor
in the Extremely low prices at which they ige
.. - ItortAcE WATERS' MODERN IMPROyED
PIANOS, - With or without Iron Frames, pos
sessing in , their improvements of over-strings
and action, a length of shale and compass of
• lone equal to the Grand Pink?, united with
'the beauty and durability of structure of the
! Square Piano. They are justly pronounced by
. the Press and by the first Musical Masters, to
?oe equal to those of any other manufacturer.
:They are built of the best and most thorough
oy Seasoned material, itifl tuaranteed to stun
.the action of every climap. Each Instrument
raganteed to give satifection, or purchase
am oney refunded.
• - UORACE WATERS' MBLODEONS.—Su
pariot listruments in tench end durability of
'make. "(Timed the equal temperament.) Me
, lodetniul of all other styles an 4 makes. Price
345, $Ol, 's7s, $lOO, $125, sl4o—double
'Reeds and two banks of Keys, s2oo—less a
liberardispount. Clergymen anciphurches,
.stn extra discount. . ,
• MARTIN'S 'GUITARS,
• . ' ACCORDEONS,
AS Musical , Fuairtitments of all kinds, atlOwer
prices than over before offered to the public.
,kllarge discount to'. Teachers and Schools.
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
' lalUSlGr•One of the largest and best se- ,
• lectod "catalogues 'of , Music now published,
'_ compriOng many, of th . p choice and most pop
ular 0 of the day, and will be sold at one
\ 'third olf from the regilar prices.
\._ Music spit brutal to . all parts -of the coun 7
17,.p05t-p0.4 ParticuTar and persotud atten
-4 ~... paid to all: orders ipceived by mail. Sat
ilkion guaranteed in pvery instance. Vianos
n ,;• lodeons for rent' and rent allowed on
;', - i ii i .v t i e. Pianos and' Melodeons for sale on
f n „;0 , usyments. gvf end-hand Pianos ta-
W e ' n . ja . 4," hang& for new". . General and select
fint 4 lo gnek ~, and Schedule of prices forwarded
to all piTZ .„ f . the country by mail ' .
K ru m / nducements offered to AGENTS
innts 41 % he country, to Era the Horace
Wa r plann4 . Velodeons, and Catalogue of
Itsble, ' ' B:4s
_ . „
1 -- p N4U MP TION
- 4ND ALL
pISiASES 9F TOE LUNGS ANQ THROAT
.: 1 ARE POBITWELY , .
WRAIBLE .11314.14T10N . ,
Conveysithe remedies to the cavi.
j I ' ties in the lungs through the air passe..
ges, -and ! coming ;in direct, contact .with the
disease, nentralio tlis tubercular matter, -al.
lays the cOugbj causes a free and easy expec
toration, heals the lungs, purifies the-blood,
imparts-renewed vitality to the nervous system,
that tone and fnergy.so indispensable
For the restoration of health. 7p Ibe able to
statelcoufidently that Consumption is curable
by inhalatin, is to me a source of unalloyed
pleasure. it is as much under the control of
`ziedital treatment as, any other formidable
disease ;• ninety out of every lipaired cases
~au be cured in the first stages, and fifty per
senOn the secqnd ; ,liut in the third stags it
is impossible to save more than five per cent.,
for the Lungs are so *Alt up by, the disease as
to bid defiance - to mcfflcal skill. Even, how
ezier,'in. the last stages, Inhalation,affords
traordina7 relief to the suffering attending
this fearful•ecourge which annually destroys
tifflusand persons in the United
States alone ; and a correct calculation shows
that of the present pppiqatiort of the earth,
miliions are destined to fill the COn
-Truly= the quiver of death has no arrow so
fatal as Consumption.,ln all ages it has been
the great enemy of lif, for' it spares neither
age nor sex, but sweeps off alike the hraio,
the beautiful, the graceful and the gifted. By
the, help of that Supreme Being from whom
'pm:oath every good and perfect gift, I am en
afibleld to offer to the! afflicted a permanent
and • speedy cure in Consumption. The first
pause 'of tubercles is from impure blood, and
the immgdiate effect produced by their depo
sition in thelungs is-to prevent the free ad
mission:of air into tha air cells, which causes
a weakened vitality through the entire system.
Then svirely it is More rational to expect great
er good from medicines entering the cavities
pf the lung than from! those administered
through thestorpach • the patient will always
find the Inns free andi the breathing easy,,af
ier Inhaling remedies. Thus, Inhalation is a
local -remedy, nevertheless it acts copstitution !
ally, and with more power and certainty than
remedies administered by the stomach. Te
prove the powerfuil and direct influence of this
this mode of administration, chloroform
inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility in- a
few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous
Systein,l so that a limb maybe amputated with
out the slightest paip ; Inhaling the prdinary
burning gas will destroy life in a few
The inhalation of ammonia will rouse the
systein wheii fainting or apparently dead. The
odor of many of the medicines is perceptible
in the skin ft few minutes after being inhaled,
and niuy be immediately detected in the blood.
A convincing probf of the eonstitutionil effects
of inhalation, is the fact Wet sickness is al
ways produced by breathing foul air--.is not
this positive evidence that proper rerpedies,
carefully prepared apd judieiously adininis
tered tbrqhgh tile lungs should produce the
happiest results? During eighteen years'
practice, many thousands suffering frqm, dis
eases of the lungs and throat, have been un
der my lean, and I have effected many remark
able cures, even after the sufferers had been
pronounced in the last stages, which fully sat : ,
isfies mil that consumption is no longer a fatal
disease.li My treatment of consumption is
origihal and foppded on long experience and
a thOrotighlmvstigation. gy perfect acquain
tance with ihe.nature of tubercles, pc., emi r
bleS ;vie; to' distinguish, readily, the, various
farms of disease that simulate consumption,
and apply thedirOper remedies, rarely being
inistakqn even in •a single, case. This fungi.-
iaritY, in connection with certain pathological
and ini4oscopie discoveries, enables me tore.;
lieve ilii; lungs from the effects of contracted
chests, to enlarge the chest, purify the bloo.
impart to it renewed vitality, giving energy
and tone \to the entire system.
Medicines with full directions .sent to ally
pari,pf t 'e United tiites and Canadas by pa
tients co municating their symptoms by letter.
Dot thepure would ho mare certain if the
pitienti s . ould pay me a wit,' which wild
give me n'opportnnity to gamine the lungs
and 'enith e mo "to prescribe with , much greater
cerlelntil,.and..then the cure could be cifeeted
without my seeing the patient again.
• (:*, GAM, M. Et.,
4:7,1fte0 1431 Ebe rt Street; (Old
NO. 109,) below Twelfth,
PROVISION . , STORE.
E; It. SPENCER,
Oirers Great InAucements
TO BUYERS OF
cgitiEs, PROVISIONS &c., at
the etore. formerly occupied by p.
sP4NcIER, otr 3d Street s North aide a PUbliC
A good assortment constantly on hand, from
whichi I will enumerate a few of the leading
articles, such as
' Sagar, Mustard, Candy, I
Coffee, Cinnamon, Nuts 1
Molasses, Pepper Sauce, Crackers,
Syrups, CatsUp, Soap.
Pepper, - Yeast, Candles,
• Sgice, Oils, Shot,
Ginger, , Tobacco, Lead, •
Cloyes, Snuff, "G." Caps,
Carb. Soda, Segars, C. Tartar,
and many other things too numeTous to men
tion, will be found iff this department, which
will be sold at a trifling advance; from cost,
for ready pay.
I 1 1 •PROVPIONS '
Constantly . on hand, such as
PORK; HAUS, SHOULDERS, FISH, SALT,
BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, BEANS,
' OATS FLOUR CORN MEAL
. . .
BUCKVrittAT FLOUR, DRIED
I tkPPLES, DRIED PLUMS,
and many other articles in the line of Provi
sions not necessary to mention. Also,
ouch, as Brooms, Wash-Tubs and Boards, Mops t
'Dinner, Boxes, &c., which will, be sold low for
, efisti or ready pay. , ' Oats, Potatoes, Butter,:
EggihOheese, and infect almost everything's
gilder raises, will be taken in exchange for
f icids; at their cash ;value. I' invite the at
tention of Villagers, Fanciers and Lumbermen
who desire to make purchases in.the abote
articles, and solicit them to call, before pur
chasing' elsewhere. E. K. SPENCER.
•Cotideisport, - Juriti 9, 1857,-40:3. " •
; ket.cutors' Notice.
L,ettersi teitsmentary having been granted to
the undersigtipd on the last Will and Testa
ment of LUTHER. STRONG, late of Heb7n
Township, Potter County, Pa.; deed, • all th se
itithibeed to the estate, will make immediate
payMent, and those having claims against the
same will Present them immediately to
ABACrAIL ,STRONO, Easentiix.
WM.V. IdETpElt, Executor. .
Hebron; April, 9,18514:-3S- 641 " • ,
y ro . ‘
For the rapid Cure of
ORBS, COLD t S, HOARSENESS, .
BRONCHITIS,II4IOOPING , COUGH,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND •
TO CURE A ,COLD, WITH BEADAUtib I
AND SORENESS OF THE BODY. Take, the y
Cherry pn going to bed and wrap
Warm, to sweat; (hiring the night. .
FpR A C 01,1) AND COtJGII, take in morn.:
ing,-noon and evening, according to the direc=,
Lions on the bottle, and the difficulty will soon'
be removed, None will long suffer from this,
trouble when they find it can•be so readily
cured. Persons afflicted:with a seated cough,'
which breaks them of their Test at night, will,
find by taking the Cherry Pectoral on gcing
to bed, they may be sure of sound, unbroken
sleep; kind refreshing rest. Great
relief front suffering, and all ultimate cure, is
afforded to thousands who are 'thus afflicted,
by this invaluable remedy.
From its agreeable effects in these 'cases,
many find themselves unwilling to forego its
use when the necessity for it. has ceased.
TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPE CKERS
this remedy is inValnable, as by its action on
the throat and lungs, when taken in small
quantities, it removes all hoarseness in a few
hours, and wonderfully increases the power
and flexibility of the voice.
• ASTHMA is _genetally much relieved, and
often wholly cured by Cherry Pectoral. But
there are some cases so Obstinate as to, yield
entirely to no medicine. The CHERRY PECTO
RAL will cure them if they can he cured.
BRONCHITIS or irritation of the throat and
upper portion of the lungs, may be cured by
taking Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent
doses. The uncomfortable oppression is soon
FOR CROUP. Give an emetic of antimony,
to be followed by large and frequent doses of
the Cherry Pectoral, until it subdues the dis
ease. If taken in season, it will not fail to
WHOOPING COUGH may be broken up
and soon cured by the use of Cherry Pectoral.
THE LNFLUENZA is speedily removed by.
this remedy. Nuinerons instances have been
noticed where whole fainilies were protected
fropi any serious consequences, while their
neighbors without the Cherry Pectoral, were
suffering from the disease.
FOR CONSUMPTIO4 in its earliest stageS,
it should be taken under the advice of a good
physician if possible, and in every CaS9 with a
careful regard to the printed - direction? on the
hpttle. HlNielously used, and the pqtient is
prefully nursed meantime, it will seltiora fail
to subdue the disease.
For settled CONSUMPTION of the 'f i lings,
the CHERRY PECTORAL should be given fa do
ses adapted to what thp patient requires and
can bear. It always affords relief, no not
unfrequently cures patients that were consid
ered past hope. ;There are many thousands
scattered all overithe country, who feel and
publicly proclaim that they owe their lives
and present health to the Cheriy Pectoral.
Many years of trial, instead of impairiq
the public confidence An this medicine, has
won for it an appreciation and notoriety by
far exceeding the most sanguine expectations
of its Wends. Nothing but its intrinsic vir
tues ac i d the unmistakeable benefit conferred
on thousands of sufferers, could originate and
and maintain the reputatfon it enjoys.- While
many inferior remedies thrust upon the com
munity, havelhiled and been discarded, this
has gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they can never forget,
and produced cures too numerous and too re
markable to be forgotten.
While it is' fraud upon the public to pretend
that any one medicine will infallibly cure—
still there is abundant proof that the Cherry
Pectoral does not, only as a general thing, but
almost invariably cure the maladies fox' which
it is employed.
.as time makes these facts widpr and bettar
known, this medicine has gradually become
the best reliance of the afflicted, from the-lo
cabin of the American Peasant, to the palaces
of European Nines.;
-The CHERRY PECTORAL is manufactured by
a practical Chemist, and every ounce of it un
der his own eye, with invariable accuracy and
care. It is sealed and protected by law from
counterfeits, consequently can be tenet' on as
genuine without adultevation.-
Prepared :and sold by JAMES C. AYER, Prap
- Opal and Analytical 011emist,Lowell,31sss.
Sold by SEfill & JaNES and D, W. SPN-
Clilt, Coudersport, and by country merchants
and druggists everywhere. 10;2:5-4m.
REV. J. RENDRICK t Principal.
THEAcademic Year is divided into three
sessions of thirteen weeks each : • ,
The Winter Term commences, Tuesday,
The Spring Term commences, Tuesday,
April 6, 1858.
The Fall Term commence!, Tuesday, Aug.
Competent Teichers have been. secnred for
every branch of Study.
Classes will be so arranged that students
may enter to-advantage at any time:
A Teachers .Class will lie organized, in which
due attention Will be paid tq the studies usually
taught in Commn Schools, and the best ineth
od of imparting Instruction. -
E%PE;iSTS PER TERAI.
Primary Branching, $2,40
Common Englisli, - . 3,00
Higher English, with Algehra, " 4,75
Higher 'Mathematics, . ' 6,00
Latin andGreeir, . . - , • 6 , 00
Drawing, (extra), 2, 60
'Music; with use of Maio, (exta) . lo,qo
French, (extra) . • 3,66
Without other atudiea, -. 5 ,40
Room Rent, each, . , . . 1,00
The past nieces§ lot' this
the Preceptorship of Mr. I:batistes has induc
ed the Trustees to secure a continuation of his
services., We,, trust an intelligent public will
give it that support which seems to be due to
such an Institutiqn. - •
, - , - -!ELIREBS, Pree't.. . .. 3
G. B. OVERTON, See.y. r :i s
- .' -.-
LEWIS' MANN, - ?4
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having. bees connected with. several of 'the
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Although giving a handsome preient to each
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known as "gift papers." in any particular.
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We shall fill our columns weekly with inter
esting and, thrilling Tales, Romances of Real
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acter beside a fall digest of the news of the
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AN EBONY CASKET, containing a full set of
(liarqon4 Jewelry; Ear Rings, Necklace,
Brooch and Bracelets, •11 eside a lady's enam
eled jeweled Gold Watch with Chatelaine,
and a gentleman's English Huntin g Case,
full. jeweled, Gold Watch, with Chain
worth ' • • saoa 06
TWO SUPERIOR PIANOS, Rosewood
and 'Wadi Walnut case,.worth , $3OO
and $4OO t $7OO 00
WATCHES, Hunting Case $6O to $lOO
GOLD WATCHES 30 to 50
" (Lade's' and
Gentleman's) 20 to
SILVER HUNTLNG PATENT
'LEVERS, ' ' 15 to
SILVER PATENT LEVERS 13 to
" WATCHES , 7to
- Ladies' CHATELAINES 6 to
GUARD CHAIN'S (Ladies' . and
Gentlemen's) • 10 to
VEST AND FOE CHAINS 10 to
" AND GUARD CHA:LNS Bto
BRA.CELETS,Vameo & Mosaic 10 to
ARALETS t forladies Children sto
BROOCHES, Cameo and Mosaic 6 to .
Florentine .4 Lava 6to
" Gold (Ladies' and
, Misses') I to
EAR DROPS, Florentine 44 Lava 6 to
" , " Cameo and Mosaic 6to
" " Gold (Ladies' and
Misses') 2 to
GOLD RINGS, plain and chased 1 to
' " STUDS, gentlemen's 2to
44 SLEEVE BUTTONS, (gen
tlemen's) various styles 3to 5
" CUFF PINS, (Ladies') 3to 4
" SLIDES, for Fob or Ribbon
Chains 3 - to 5
" WATCH KEYS Ito 10
" 'BREAST "PLNS, (Gentle
- men's • 2to 10
" .LOCKETS, Double Glass ,P to. 15
‘t • , ge2 to 5
" THIMBLES 4to 6
TERMS TO SINGp SIII3pORIBERS
Tiro Dollars per year, urn one Present.
Four " two years, " four Presents.
nye IA three years, " 'five "
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" ' 1 .• five A 04
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known for many years as - the Peblisher etthe
Northern and Southern MERCHASITS' AND MIN-
UrACTURE JOURNAL, (edited by - Faenteri
HUNT,) and he with confidence refers to the
lead ng business men in almost every town in
the United States (to most; of whom the M. and
M. Journal has been circulated) es to the re
sponsibility and integrity )vith which' his pub..'
lishingbusiness is conducted. Having secured
the agency of a prominent Jewelri: Manufac
turing establifiliment in Newark Rev( JerSey,
he is led to offer prespta, in similar articles, -
but these who desire it Fan receive their Ares-
eats in books.
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of the M. and M. journal; or their clerks, or
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ing as Our Local Agent and Correspondent.
PREMIUMS TO LOCAL .A.GF.F4 TS & OTHERS
Any person sending Ido subscribors (with
the full price of. subscription) will receive a
supherb Hunting Case, Gold Watch and Chain,
of the best English workmanship, fill jeweled,
and worth $BO, or, at choice ono of Prince's
Melodeons, of the same value.
The person-who can raise a list of $OO, 'with
in a period of - three months, will receive a
superiorPiono, made by!Hallet, Davis & Co„
Boston, worth $3OO, and which cost s2l's cash,
or, at choice. a small set lof Lathes' Diamond
Jewelry r woith the same amount.
for Lists of 50 with thq full price, a beauti
ful •Gold Watch, worth $4O; will be paid.
For smaller or larger liSts, parties may se
lect any articles from ottn.oublished schedule,
of Watches, Jewelry; Books, &c., worth in the
proportion of $8 for each ten subscribers, or,
if preferred, can retain $5 in cash, or 50 cents
from each subscriher,
- For further terms * to Agents; address the
office. i I
Thu names should be & l ent each , week until
the proposed numlaer is ;completed, in order
that the presents and pa ' 'may be promptly.
mailed. Athlress - ' , •
- .A.I.,BERT ?A1.211i11., PUBUSEIEII,
_ NEW IC E*CELSIOIA.
.offiCe: 385 Broadway, Newyork.
DW. SPENCER ielgent for many of the
. most popular Medicines now in used a
few Of which he will mention:
STAFFORD & CO,'S OIJIVr, TAR.
Dl; ; D. ..TAYNt 1 SOti 4 'S F AATTLX MEDI,
SeirJ. R. Stafford do CI
plied and inhaled by we
around the neck and on
IVE OECTSIENT is applif
broken, and is it"pciptilar 7
Good for the Whooping
and :a'few, other az
_ - 'Sraple ,Dry—Goodn
tides in 'the line o
low for easli,at Es.
. 1 '10:3
-,-..ian4POta r IMAD4, I7 ,ARTERS.
WIRE subscribers take'ildi-;ixtethed.OP.in
'forming their f,ridnds that:theylire Ilire
ceipt of, and are now openiug i . a Oice; Sad
desirable'ste.ck of * , I_,
STAPLE AND FANG'Y
to' which they invite the stieution or all who
desire iomake purchases. Oar stock is large
has been selected with greet care, and is par
ticularly adapted to the wants of this section
of our country. - Our stock 'of Pry Goods con =
. DRESS dOODS; TRIMIEINGS;RIBBONS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES •
' VESTINGS, DO
LINENS, P,RINTS, ' •
HOSIERY, SHAWLS ,
and a variety of. other articles, too numerous
to mention.. We hare also. is complete assort
meet /' '
GROCERIES; HARDWARE AND
• CROCKERY;,.' .
all of which will . be sold untommenly cheap
for ready pay,- and for approved credit on as
reasonable terms as any.other establishment.
Millport, Aug. 11, 1856.-9:13 ly.
One Door East of Broadway, [Late 468 Broad
.[Established A. D. • 18331
- INVITE an examination of their great vari
;ety and superior assortment of CHAIRS,
manufactured at their own establishment, and
under their immediate observation and ifirec
PIVOT REVOLVLNG CHAIRS, I
SELF.ACTING EXTENSION RECUM ENT
IMPROVED INVALID WithEL CHAIRS,
MAJOR SEARLE'S TRAVELING IN VALID
• SPANISH SPRING-AND SQUAB CHAIRS.
• RHEUMATIC, SPINAL AND ASTHM A TIC
INVALID CHAIRS, &C., &C., &C.,
Embracing the most complete assortment,
and choicest kinds for Parlors, Draining Rooms,
Chambers, Gardens, Libraries, Counting Houses,
Offices, Public•lnstitutions, Dentists, Barbers, 4e.;
together with every desirable 'sort, adapted to
the - comfort, convenience an& Ifixtiry of the
Sick, the Aged, the Infirm, the Lame and Lazy.
In point of ingenuity of design, elegance of
finish, quality-and richness of material, faith
fulness of execu4ou, durability and cheapness,
these chairs are' unsurpassed. For them', M.
,& SON, were awarded the first and
only Prize Medal, and the faculty recommend.
them as far preferable to beds or couches for
patients afflicted with Spinal Asthmatic or
To either arm of the chair may be attached
a convenient reading or writing DESK, and any
combination desired will he manufactured to
A Circular with explanatory cuts, will be
sent by mail if requested, and orders [with re
mittances,j promptly forwarded to any part of
LUXURY & ECONOMY!
KING'S NEW CHAIR. "AS YOU LIKE IT."
An Arm Chair, teclining Chair, Conch and
bedstead, Ecomant D IN ON ,] is susceptible of
twelve different . positions elr changes, to meet
the varied requirements for comfort, 'conveni
ence, lutiry and, ecOnalnYi [in space os well
as priec,] 'Whether in sicicness or this
celehrated GjiAlji "AS - YOU JAKE IT, eXCIIIS in
many respects ) , any chair perhaps ever manu
factured in this or any other country,
The price varies from Fifteen to Thirty Dol
lars, 'according to
To ?ladle instlintionS t as well as to individ
uals, this camr, very desirable article,
—1 will be supplied in any mituber on the
most liberal terms. Apply taeir liddress
M. W. MG. SOM,
438'Broome st., Olio door east of Broadway,
NEW Ycmc, (Late 468 Broadway. 9;44,1y.
TEW GOODS—A Film' Assorttpeat just
received at OLMSTED'S.
GREAT REVOLLITION IN MEDICAL SCIENCE.
The best Ttleirapeutle Agent
, of the Medi-
trge portion of
strated that the lancet; mercury, and all other
internal t' drug medication" may be laid aside
with perfect, safety to the patient and abid
ing benefit toposterity. Wherever these ma
chines have been introduced, they excite the
highest wonder and praise. The apparatus
is adapted to prevent, relieve and care every
disease incident to humanity,—more particu
larly all those painful and formidable diseas
es which have for centuries baffled the pro
foundest learning and skill of physicians.
From whatever cause , there may be an ex
cess or defiCiency of the nervous fluid—pro
ducing an excess or deficiency of the acids
and alkaline secretions--the magnetic princi
ples of the system are deranged, and can on
ly be safely restored to their normal condition
by an application of magneto-electricity, by 1
means of DR: DICKINSON'S MAGNETO
ELECTRIC MACHINE. This apparatus will
positively prevent, and speedily relieve and
cure Consumption, Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Palsies, Neuralgia, Spinal Diseases, and all
other painful malaies, however hopeless and
of long standing. They are eminently useful
in all sexual and urinary disorder:3, particu
larly where the Constitution has been bredren
down and ruined by unnatural solitary habit's
to which too many. of the young of both.sexes
are' so lamentably prone.
• DR. DICKINSON'S MAGNETO: ELECTRIC
MACHINE is Without the dtuagernus,
cations of batteries and arids--which fact, alerce
renders it Bumpier to all others on the score
of neatness, cleanliness, safety and utility.—
. It: is, in fact, a handsome parlor ornament;
may be applied by a child;-and .will last a
lifetime, 'to the great staving" . Doctor's
bills, dm. - .
BRICE OF THE MACHINE $lO..
It . will be safely packed and sent. to any
part of the United States. Sold wholesale
and retail at the Medical Office,No,'3BNOßTH
SEVENTH Street r iPhiladelphia.",Address,
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tenco itima attained a popoiafitritniciurdleel
in • the :annals of the Press. r -• • •
Theinablisheri her.iincoffered liberal M.
miumsfor choice literary efforts, tlae7stories t
Romances, EsSays; • Poetry, and other spark=
ling And interesting reading was commenced
in January last, and lare.,being still.publisli--
ed in the Visitor.
The NeW Volume will be Commenced•inJu--
ly 183'1; greatly improved, and .enlarged..,...
Each number will cdntain. thirty-two extra
!Argo sized royal octavo pages, making a Mag.
ni cent volume of =nearly 400 pages for .the
.an amOint -of thi choi- •
cest reading on all subjects, equal to what -
would cost in the book stores .at least fifty
cents, payable invariably in advance-..
Some of the most popular and brilliant Male.
and female contributors are regular' contri
butors and the publishers Will spare - no.:Jains"
or expense to render the ~.." Welcome Visitor''
every way acceptable to a refined and intelii,
gent community. - -
The publicatio' is adapted to all classes of . ,
people— , the you g and the old-=and where- '
ever seen and , p ruSed, meets With, univaisal
acceptation. - . .
geirNow is the time to- enbranixr to the
New Volume., . . . . _ ,
* The back numbers may be - Bac? (tot
complete sets) for 3 cents each, - or the *hole
series of 12 nurobers for TwEvry-yrvE-cents.
Liberal inducements to Clubs and Can
ger Remember, our terms ate Fifty cents;
for one year, for a single copy, or three cop-
ies will be sent under one cover or addresifter
One Dollar. Address,
Publishers, No. as North Seventh Stmt . ,
(up stairs,) Philadelphia.
Of all disease ; the great, first cause
Springs from .neglect o N'atuye's-la4sl
.. CURE Is -ginnnnteed:
• IN ALL STAGES OF •
SECRET D] S EASES, -
Self-Abuse, Nervous Debay, Strieturea, Gieeis
Gravel, Diabetes, DiSeases of the Kidneys . anil•
Bladder, Mercurial: Bh - eumcitism, Scrofula,
Pains in - the Bones and .41.41e5, - Diseaies of the
Zungs, Throat; Nose - and Byes, Veers upon the.
Body or Limbs, Cancers, Dropsy,,Epileptic.b'as,
St. Vita's Dance, and all diseasesarising from
a derngement of the Sexual Organs,
SUCH as_Nervons Trembling, Loss of 3fem-.
ory, Loss of Power, General Weakness,
Dimness of - Vision. with pecnEati spots appear..
ing before the eyes, ; Loss of Sight, Wakeful-.
ness, Dyspepsia;Liver Eisease; Eruptioos upon
the face, Pula in the back and bead, Female
irregularities and All improper discharges front
both sexes. It Matters not from what, cause •
the disease originated, however long standing
or obstinate thecase, recotieiria certain, add in,
a shorter time than a permanent-Ore can beef
fected by any other treatment,""even after the
disease has baffled the skill of eminent physi
cians and,resisted all their means of cure.. The.
medicines ire please nt wi th out odor, cau sing n o .
sickness and free from Sneraury or balsam.
During twenty years of practice, I have rescued
from the jaws of Death many thousands, who,.
in the last stages of the above mentioned dis-.
eases had heed given' up to'die by . their phyri
clans, which 'Warrants me in promising to the
afflicted, who may place themselves:under my
care, a perfect and most speedy cure: -.Secret
Diseases are the greatest enemies to health, as
they are the first cause of.Consinaption, Scrof
ula, and maiiy other diseaseS, and should.be a
terror to the human family, , As a' permanent,
cure is searcqy ever effected,a majority of the
cases falling into the hands of incompetent
persons, who not only fail to carp the diseaies
but ruin the. constitution, filling the system
with mercury, which, with the disease, has-.
tens the sufferer into a rapid Consumption.
But should Vic disease and" - the treatment
not, cause - ,dcath speedily and the-victim mar- •
ries, the disease -is entailed upon the children,
who are bOrn with feeble t:onititutions, and
the current of life corrupted by a virus which
betrays itself in -Scrofula, Tetter,Ulcers, Erne
, -tions an other affections of the skin, Eyes,
Throat and Lunig., entailing upon them a brief
existence of suffering and consigning them to
an early gram • . • ••
SELF ABUSE' is another formidable enemy
to health, for nething else in the dread eats
log,tte qf human diseases causes so destructive
a drain, upon the system, drawing its thousands
of vicHniS through a few years 'of suffering
down to an untimely grave. It destroys the.
Nervous system, rapidly -wastes away the en,
orgies of. life, -causes mental ,derangement,
prevents the praper development of the system,
disqualifies for marriage,,society, 'husinesst
and all earthly.happiness, S i nd leaves the suf,'
ferer wrecked_ka body and mind, predispOsed
to consumption and a train of evils more to be
dreaded than death itself. With the fullest
confidence I assure the unfortunate victims
Self-Abuse that a permanent and speedy Cure
can.be affected, and with the abriutlopment
ruinous practices My : patients can be restpred -
to robust, vigorous health..
`The afflicted - are cautioned- against the ase .
,of Patent Medicines, for there are. so lam ;
ingenious snares in the columns of 41.01014.
prints to catch and rob the unwary : suffelrera. •
that millions , have their constitutions ruff:A
by the vile compounds of qUack doctors; ory
the equally poisonous nostrums vended as,
"Patent Medicines." . I have carefully analyzed.i
many of the so called Patent Medicinexanci
find that nearly all of them contain Corrosiyft,
Sublimate, which is one of the strongest pry
parations of mercury and a deadly peisok
which instead of curing •the disease disable&
the system fer,life. , - •
in use artypqt up by unprincipled oa igno_,Tatit
persons, whq npt understand even
phabet of the materiitinedica,
as destitute pf any knowledge • of the: Itlinfia
s,ystem„ havrpg- one object only in rview,, : aad:
that to make . oney regaidless of consequen
. Irregularities and all diseases of male's and
females treated on principles establiihed by
twenty rani of practice, and sanctioned by
thousands of the most remarkable cures. IMed- ,
joiner; with, full directions sent to.any part - of '
the' United States - or: Canaditi, -ty - Patients
communicating,* their, symptoms by. le4r.—
Bnsinessf Oorrespondence strictircuatideittial...
Addreium — • • ' '
ET. - .ST,MNIERVILLE, )41;D%
OfrideNca: 1131 rillbert St.,
-(Old No. - 109,) '
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