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''rim untn that asks no love is a monster:
whg crrectx. pen e a ; 4114 of
6s3a4r. 'l')Acre may b bea,r.ta so frozen
ki !with:Amos, tr ossified by Fide and
PgoLis.ip, ex paralyzed by disappointment,
Asti) b:• indifferent to aftietion. But these
ro i::ebyrz,s, d r iftin g in ,darkness on polar
peasi,•,eold, barren, desolate. In theta no
;ree or shrub l lants a root; no flower sheds
Its fp . ..poet: there, god found that it
way p,t,r o f for man to be alone, chiefly
taktause lie needed the conscious affection
pf *Tamale heart to soften the asperities
Aye completeness to
Atsi - 44 1 .4-itcg, In the deep full affection
pr* i tiejtV'e heart, the hisbanci finds that
pppreeis lion sud intey,est yelaipb e-v.er,y soul
poyeki, This stimulates his enterprises.
This makes him brill:a in peril. This
pheers his hard labor. This comforts him
pwie,rirritatiim, slander, reproach, in the
To meet this craving of man, woman is
adapted. • She is nor ambitious of wealth
pr (4M4.• She shrinlf.s from great changes
and gr.ett. perils. She , is not fitted for the
piru l ;lea - of the tiortitn, the conflict of
arms or the labor of the field. Ller home
is her !earthly heaven ; and she holds a
lorfng jgiary to cheer him to whom God
ids giyo; Onftler ambition, a deeper craw- jag `vF ,
wealth, a stronger arm, and
A higher courage. Subjected, by the or
dipaace of God and the laws of the land,
ti) abide a turenger will than her own - , she
is furnished with a wealth of affection
w-lyieh makes her hurden of sobm'di cation ,
; ) "4 melts and moulds to tendornesa
I,he controller of her destiny.
The treasure of a. wife's affections, like
the grape of God, is given, not bought.
4'04 is power. •It can sweep down for
ests, raise cities, bUild roads, and deck '
houses. It can bribe silence or noisy
prage. It, on collect- treop flatterer:4,
find inspire awe and fear. But alas
wealth cannot purchase love. 'Bonaparte
;essayed the subjugation of Europe, under
the inflnende of a genius-almost inspired I
"—an ambition insatiable,—and hacked by
looilliopa of armed men. fie almost_ sac
needed in swaying his sceptre from the
Straits. of Dover to the Mediterranean
from the Bay of Biscay to she Sea ofl
44;4f An many a bloody field his banner
floated - triumphantly. But his greatest
conquest was •the au:bought heart of Jo
:§ephine—his sweetest and most priceless .
treasure, ber outraged, but unchanging
lypte, any man b as failed to estimate
the affection of a true hearted wife, he
will be likely to inark•the value of his loss,
'Allen the heart which loved him is stilled
•• In the true wife, thel t
esband finds pe
tiffeesiou only, but companionship—a com
rtionabip with which no other can coin
re. Tim family relation gives retire
ment without solitude, and society with
out the rough intrusion of the world. It
plants in the husband's dwelling a friend,
'ho can bear big silence without weariness
—who can listen to the details of his in
terests with sympathy—who can appreei
ate his repetitioh of events, only ihipor
tont as they tyre embalmed in the heart.
Common liends are linked to us by a
slender thread: We must retain them by
ministering, in some way to their interest ,
pr sheir enjeyment. What a luxury* is
for a man to fee) drat in his own home,
there is a true and affectionate being, in
whose presence he may throw off restraint,
'without danger to his dignity; he may
confide the fear of treachery; and be sick
and unfortunate, without being aban
Kin the outward world, he grows weary
pflupnan selfishness i his heart can safely
trust in one whose anal yearns hap.
piness,, and whose .indulgence overlook.s
w g r, in the matter of personal comfort,
in the thousand things which combine to
shed happiness on-man's pathway through
life, is the wife a less precious gift of God.
Who is it that gives care to the neatness,
cyder and tidiness of our dwellings ? Who
is it that consults our taste, our affinities,
our appliances; and so re g ulates our ta
pes, our conches, our apparel, as to win
later to our comfort Who is it that w
illies our lack of interest in ordinary things,
and sends us out into society prepared to
meet to the claims of decency, taste and
propriety? Who cares for our appetites,
tin 4 4welters in heated kitchens for our
Indulgence.; and often nnthanked and un
blessed, plies' the needle in the lone even
ing for our benefit? Who is it that
rehernes by a .rigid .economy to get the
most eleganoe and comfort froiu the least
tax on our income ? Who furnishes the
ieady pin, the napkin, the band4ge for our
wounds, the cup for our thirst, the friction
tr our aching head, the medicine for our
puns r What angel of mercy is it that
*plies tiltr sick pillow, bears, all our
complaints and irritations, and moves with
Muffled step when we slumber ?
Ti m Assiduities of a faithful wife are so
common, so various, so oheerful, so unex
acting, that husbands are likely to regard
der kindness as they do the sunlight and
ew of heaven—matters of course—to be
recelved without gratitude. But the con
stancy which makes them familiar—to a
rightly constituted mind—deepens she ob
ligation. While the husband safely trusts
tif tlin companion of his years for his per
sonal comforts, she has a right to expect
that her 'beneficence shall be appreciated.
If not, ho will he likely to find her worth
in her loss. liar absence or death is to
the little world of home, like the absene.
Pft_he clowing stn which; prOtects our
earth frain eternal darkness and frost.
AA a counsellor, the faithful wife is in
v./4111'4. Well weight Solomon sac ; "The
heck of ICker husband (loth safely :trust
in her." I.t.' ia diffienit to find a friend
Ate is so deeply *crested in our welfare
As to take the trouble to study our per
piexities—sneouVersitut With us and our
affairs as to nnderata.nd our wants and
4tingera-;—ed i Morally brave as to, venture
to - tell • us. an !unwelcome irrith-;--so per
fectly disinterested l is to; :assure us that
uo seltishuessjprotupts hisadvice—and so
perseyering;aS repetitiously to urge that
which is for qui. benefit. A wife is ,such
friend, that; a wise man will often seek
I her counsel •
Aug thete s something in the ready;
instinctiye 'tiupressious of an intelligent
wife which ;ne husband should ever des
pise.. ' She Edges not Ipau.se to collect facts,
weigh arguments, and draw. inferences.
Her impressive nature which readers her
I indisposed islikly to; reason, is furnished
with an in.stiuetive perception of; right
which is cetter than logic.
Iris wondeful how often in nicely bal
-1 aneed case* When we appeal to the judg
meat of a Wife, she iuStautly decides for
us, and hoWlOften she is right. Pilate
Was embarrassed in, the struggle between
his sense of justice and- his desire fer pop
ularity; but Ihis wife said at once, "Have
they nothing tn do with 'that just.; man."
Had he heeded her couusel, Pilate's: hauds
would not: have been stained with the
blood of the Sou of God.
In the !Matter of economy, too, the
husband dad well trust. the good wife.
It is true there are seam wives who 'can
not thus be treated. Actuated by a fool
ish vanitY - fiir dress, furniture and equip
age, and reckless of a husband's toils :toxi
ies, and peCuniary enibarrassments, they
will sustain a certain style of, riving in the
present, even if they have to trample on
a husband's broken heart in the process.
These are; the wives that drive husbands
to wild speculation, to fraud andJembez
zehueut, to debts never to be paid, to lot
teries,.to 'gambling, to desperation and a
But we are happy to believe that such
cases are few. As a general fact the prin
ciple of justice, economy and thrift is
strom , jai the heart of i woman. Her
home destiny ipialifies for a minute regard
to the details of domestic economy, and
her love for her husband and regard for
the welfare of her children dispose her to
use wisely and well the earnings entrusted'
to hpr control. She is one tact -obeys a
Christ "in gathering up the fragments
014 nothing be lost." Hers is no hire
ling's eye or hand. The husband lays
his purse in; her lap, assured that the coin:
fort and the responsibility of, his house
and the int4ests of his property are safe
in her keeping. •
-Let the husband who is thus blessed'
appreciate the gift of - God. 4 predenti
wife is from the beitl," and the gift is
worthy of the Giver. " Her price is far
above rubies," and we are ,told in the
word of God, "The heart other husband . ]
doth safely trust in her." There is a pe
culiarity in this luggage. .]Ordinarily it
is the office of Divine truly to weaken
our confidence in earthly blessings, Thns
it is said : He that trusteth in his ewe
heart is afool." "Trust nitman whose
breath is n his nostrils," " Put not your;
trust in princes." "Trust
. not in uncer
tain riches." Human friendships are
treacherous.' Wealth is too cold to fill a
warm bea4.• Fame bangs on a breath of
air, and comes and goes, rises and falls by
the caprice of a crowd. - God ordinarily;
represents 411 earthly things as vanity.!
Bat he 444144 . to make nu exception 4)1
favor of a virtuous' woman. Of a true,;
faithful wife, he says : " The heart of her
husband doth safely trust in her;" and
while he may trust, let him love, appre
ciate and meekly cherish her.—American
Aar A quaint writer observes that at
seventeen, with reference to her beau, a
woman inqUires wiiicti is he? At twen
ty, grown more ambitious, wrio is he ?
At MOl6-five, the world having produc
ed its effect, WHAT HAS HE? But at
t4irt,v, in daspair, WHERE Is HE? Is it
true, ladie.s? •
REV J. HENDRICK, Principal.
MDR Aca4emic Year is divided into three
JL sessicn.so thirteen weeks each :
The Winter Term canimences, Tuesday,
The Spring Term commence; Tuesday,
April. 6, 1858.
The Fall term commence; 'Tuesday, Aug.
Competent Teachers haye been secured for
every branch of Study. -
Classe.s Will be so arranged that students
may enter to advautage at any time.
A TeaChers Class will be organized, in which
due attentian will be paid to the studies usually
taught in Comma Schools, and the best meth
od of iinparting Instruction. .
EXPENSTS , PER TERIL
Priainry !Branch; $2,6 . 0
Common - English, 3,50
Higher English. with Algebra, . 4, 75
Higher Mathematics, 6,00
Latin and greelc, • 6,00
Dril l ing:(3ora) ' 2,50
Music, with I;Ri> cif piano, (extra) 10,00
French, (extra) . 3,00
Without other studies, 5,,00
Room Rent, each, 1,00
The Past success of this Institution under
the Preceptorspip of Mr. HENDUICK has induc
ed the Trusted! 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 Institution,
LIREES, Prea't. •-7
! - 'G. :B. OVERTOP', Sec'y. v.
-LEWIS MANN, • aa
AMOS PRKSCEI, m
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[Ng land stap e articles in the bra p linefor
sate by /pp) ' . E, fc, S.
Yerchasta and Trader, will be ea their Mai land s 4
is Imposed siren by a Cow:de/telt of :Morse'a hatbox Root
NIA, signed 4. B. AMY:.'Mi geodes Indian Root Pine
base the asses sad sirstarw 4.1". irk* et Co., 011
07 , • •
Above we present, you with a lilteness of
DM MORSE—the inventor of MORSE'S L\"-
DIAN ROOT PILLS; This philanthropist has
spent the greater part of his life in traveling,
4aving viAte.d Europe, Asia, and Africa, as
well as North America—has spent three years
among the Indians of our Western country—
it was in this Wa3 - that Indiaa Root Pills
Were first tHscovered. Dr.. Morse was the first
man to establish the fact that all diseases arise
from IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD—that our
strength, 4ealth and life depended upon this
vital littiti. • •
When tats various 'passages become clogged,
and dO not act in perfect harmony with the
differe tt functions of the body, the-blood loses
its action, becomes thick, corrupted and dis
eased; thus causing all pains, sickness and
distress of every name our strength is ex,
',ousted, our health we are deprived of, lord' If
nature is not assisted in throwing off the stag
mut humors, the blood will become choked
and cease to act, and thus our light of life will
,blown out. How important then
that we should keep the various passages of
the body free and open. And how pleasant
Iv us that we have it its our power to put 0
medicine in your reach, namely, Morse's In
dian Root Pills, manufactured from plants
and roots which crow around the mountain
ous cliffs - in Nature's garden, for the health and
recovery of diseased man. One of the roots
from which these Dills are rPatle is a Sudorific,
which opens the pores. of the akin, and assists
Nature in throwing out the finer parts of the
corruption within. The second .is , a plant
whin% is an Expectorant, that opens and un
clogs the passage to the Lungs, and thus, in a
soothing manner, performs its duty by throw
ing off .phlegut, and other humors from the
lungs by copious spitting. The. third is a Di
uretic, 'which gives ease and double - strength
to the kidneys; thus encouraged, they draw
large amounts of- impurity from the blood,
which is thed thrown out bountifully by the
urinary or water pasOge, and which could
not have been discharged in any other way.
The fourth is a pat.h 4F tip, and accompanies
the other properties of the Pills while engaged
in purifying the blood ; the coarser particles
of impurity which - cannot pass by the other
outlets, are thus talfea up and conveyed off its
great quantities by the bowels. •
From the above, it is shown-that Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills not only enter the stomach,
but become united with the blood, for they
-find way to every part, and completely rout out
and cleanse the system from all impurity, and
the life of the body, which is the blood, be
comes perfectly healthy; ,consequently all
sickness and pain is driven from the system,
for they cannot remain when the body becomes
so pure and clear.
The reason why people are so 4i6tresse4
when sick., and why so many die, is-because
they do , uot get a medicine which will pass
to the afflicted parts, and which will open the'
natural passages for the disease tote cast out;
hence, a large quantity of food and other mat
ter is lodged, and the stomach and intestines
are literally overflowing with . the corrupted
mass; thus uadergoiug disagreeable fermen
tation, constantly mixing with the blood,which
throws corrupted matter thiough every vein
aud artery, until life is taken from the body
by tilseqse. Dr. Morse's PILLS have added to
themselves victory apon victory, by restoring
millions of the sick to blooming' health and
happiness. Yea, thousands whO have beets
racked or tormented with sickness, pain and
anguish, and whose feeble frames have been'
scorched by the burniug elements of raging
fever, and who have been brought, as it were,
within a step of the silent grave, now stand
ready to testify that they would have been
numbered with the dead, had it not been for
this great and wonderful medicine, Morse's
Indian- Root ('ills. After one or two dosei had
been taken, they Were astonished, and abso- I
lutely surprised, in witnessing their charming
effects. Not only do they give immediate ease !
and strength, and take away ail .sickness,
pain and anguish,_ but they: at ence go te.!
work at the foundation of the disease,!
which is the blocd. Therefore, it will be
shown, especially by those whonse these Pills,
that they will so cleanse and purity, that dis
ease—that deadly enemy—will take its flight,,
and the flush of youth and beauty will again
return, and the prospect of a long and happy
life will cherish and brighten your days.
.Sold by SMITH & JONES; Coudersport; also
by all Medicine Dealers in the county. A. J.-
WHITE- & CO., No. 50 Leonard St., New York,
Proprietors ; WM. MUDGE & CO., (proprietors
of Dr. A. Trask's Magnetic Ointment,) Earl
rifle, .I: l 4liSClrt cq : , - N. Y., General Agents.
Low Prices and Ready Pay,
AT SHARON CENTER(
THE SUBSCRIBERS aro offering for sale
an entirely new stock, consisting of -.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
PQOCKERY, GLASS WARE, BOOTS
az SHOES, FIATS & CAPS, UM
WIN DOW. SHADES,
WALL PAPER, READY
MADE CLOTHING, YANKEE
NOTIONS, &c., &c.
In our selections the wants of all have been
remembered. The Gentlemen can find in our
stock of Ready Made Clothing an elegant
Fashionable suit,. or a substantial. Business
suit, and we bave,Hats & Caps and Boots 4
Shoes to match. ;.
The l i adies . ean find Faaltionable Bonuets
beautifully . trimmed, 'or bonnets and trimming;
a good assortment of Dress Goods, and trim
mings; Gloves, AIMS, Hosiery and Gaiters.—
And, last but not leitst, corded and skeleton
Skirts; also, Rattans, Skirt-Whalebone and
Brass :SkirtHoops I 'beautiful Jet Necklaces
and Bracelets, Corals, Falls, and too many
other things to etiutnorate,-,all of which we
are selling low for Cash, Limber, or any kind
of Produce, FLOUR,.MEAL, FISH dm., eon
W. B. &J. GRAVES: .
Sharon Center, Potter Co., -Pa l Jima 5,
DRAPER and TAILOR, late from the City of
Liyerpool, Englaud. Shop opposite Court
House, Coudersport, Potter Co. Pa,
N. B.—Particular attention paid to CUT
. TING. 10:35-1y..
XTEW GOODSL—# Fine Asiortment just
r 4 ce t.".4 lg . • 91A§TEP'§.
06N - SIT'IS;IPTiAN
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..• 4N) ALL •
DISEASEt Of OF tulias , MID THROAT
i.,' . -.- -,' -' ABE .POSITIVELY.
CErRAXPPIitY. , IIIIO.ALATIONi,
WiliCli coP 3 T.Fs • the remedies to the *cavi
-1 .', ties in the lung, through tlfeair phssa
:,g,es, - and' • coming in dir e ct-contact with the
'disease, neutralizes the,tubercularl matter, al-.
lays.tbe cough, causes a free and easy expec
toration; heals the lungs, nitrifies the blood,
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving that tone and energy so indispensable
for- the restoration • of health. To' be able to
state coutidentlythat Consumption is curable
by inlielation, - isto me-a - source of unalloyed
pleasure. It is as much under the control of
medical treatment' as any other formidable
disease; ninety out of every hundred cases
can be cured in the first stages,.and fifty per
cent. in the second; but in - the third stage it
is impossible to nave more thaiske per vent.,
for the Lungs arc so cut up by the disea.se.as
to bid_ ileffloice to medlcal skill.- t:'Ten, how,
ever, in - the last ;Stages, Inhalation affords ex
traordinary relief to .the suilering, attending
this fearful scourge, which annually destroys
ninety-five thousand persons in the United
States alone ; and a correct calculation shows
that tit the pres• . titt population of the earth,
eighty millions , . re destined to fill the Con
sumptive's graves. .
Truly the ip.a4er of death has no arrow so
fatal as Consuulnion. in all ages it has been
the great cumOf life, for. it, spares . neither '
I age nor sex, buil sweeps off alike the brave,
th: beautiful, tl e araeifful and the - gifted. ily
the help of tha lS ' upreme Being from whom
" cometh every g MI and perfect gift, I am en
alibied to offer 0. the afflicted a permanent
and speedy cur :in Consumption. The first ,
cause of tabere es is from imptlic blood, and
' the immediate eat prodimad by their depo
tition•in the lu gs is to prevent the free rad
mission of air i to the air cells, which causes
a weakened - vit lity through the entire system.
Then surely it i more rational to expect great
er good from edicines entering the cavities
,of the. lungs tan from those o.dypinistered
through the sto f inach ; the patient will always
find the lungs • e and the breathing easy, af
ter Inhaling re Odies. Thus, Inhalation is a
local remedy, n . l yertheless it acts constifution
ally, and with tore power and certainty than
remedies admi istered by the. stomach. To
prove the powe ful-and direct influence of this
this mode of administration, chloroform
inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility in it
few mitrutes, iarelyzing the entire nervous
systeni, so thatla lirubmitty be amputated with
out the slighte,,St pain; Inhaling the ordinary
burning gas will destroy life in a few hours.
- The inhalation of ammonia will rouse the
system when fnting or apparently dead. The
odor of many of the medicines is perceptible
in the skin a kW minutes after being inhaled,
and may be initnediately.- detected in the blood.
A convincing tirool'of the ethistitutiopal effects
of inhalation, is the fact that sickness is al
ways produces- by breathing foul air—is not
this positive evidence that proper remedies, •
carefully pre ared and judiciously adminis
tered through the lungs should produce the
happiest res its ?. During eighteen years'
practice, matt thousands suffering from dis
eases of the I rigs and throat, have been--un
der my-care, and I have effected many remark
able cures, even after the sufferers had been
pronounced in the last stages, which fully sat
isties me that Iconsumptiou is no longer a fatal
disease. Mn treatment of consumption is
original, - and founded on long experience and
a thorough i vestigation, My perfect acquain
tance with th nature of tubercles, &c., ena
bles use toistinguish, readily, :the various
forms of dis ase that simulate consumption,
and apply the proper remedies, rarely being
mistaken even in - a - single case. • This famil
iarity, in- connection with certain' athological
and microscopic discoveries, enables me to re
lieve the ItinLits front the effects of contracted
chests, to enlarge the chest, purify the blood, ,
impart to it renewed vitality, giving energy
and tie to he entire system, _
Medicines withfull directions: sent to any
part of the gaited States and Canadas by pa
tients coraninuicatin their symptoms by letter.
But the cure would be more certain if the
patient shoilld pay me a visit, which would
give .me anpportunity to examine the lungs
and enable no to prescribe with notch greater
certainty, aid then the cure could be effected
without my seeing the patient again.
• G, NV GRAHAM, M. D.,
Once 1131 Filbert-Street, (Old
No. 1990 below Twelfth,
• PR'O I 4TISION STORE•
- lE. K. SPENCER,
TO BUYERS OE
(IROOWRIES, PROVISIONS &c. at
th 6 Oore formerly occupied - by b. ' W
SPENCER on 3d Street, Nortb . side o 6 Pablic
A good assortment constantly on hanil, frow
which I \NV enumerate a few ,of the leading
articles, such as
Sugar, ' Mustard, ; Candy,
Coffee, ' Cinnamon, : nuts
Molasses, Pepper Sauce,; Crackers,
Syrups,' . Catsup,' ' Soap,
Pepper, . Yeast, : Candles,
Spice,' Oils, • - ' Shot,
Ginger, Tobtfacp, -, Lead, .
Carb., Soda, Segars, .; C. Tartar ;
and many other things too numerous to men
tion, will be found in this department, which
will be 'sold at a trifling advance from cost,
for ready pay. .. I r -
Constantly on hand, such aa
PORK, IL\NS, SHOULDERS, FISH, SALT,
BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, BEANS,
OATS, FLOUR, CORN MEAL,
'BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, DRIED -
APPLES, DRIED •PLU3fS 3
and many othef articles in the line of Provi
signs not nocTssary to -mention. Also,
such as Brooms, Wash-Tubs and Boards, Mops,
Dinner Boxe, Ste'., which will be sold low for
cash or ready pay. Oats, Potatoes, Bitter,
Eggs, Cheese, and in fact Ethicist everything a
farmer raises, will bo takeu in exchange for
Goods, at their cash value. I. invite . the at
tention of Villagers, Farmers and Lumbermen
who desire to make purchaqes in the above
articles, and solicit them to pall - before pur
chasing elsewhere. E. IC SPENCER.
Coudersport, June 9, 11351-10:3.
BLEACHED MDSWS arid a few other ar.
tides in the line of Staple Cry Ono&
low for cash at E. K, SPENCER'S,
10:3 D. W. S., any.
OUR CLOTHING of Cheno,y'smanufai.ture
1,7 on hattii at R. K. SPENCER'S,
1 • . D. W. S., Ar.
ORANGES AND LENlONjlist received by
10:3 . B. 4 1 1, H. GRVIES,
MILLPORT HEAD ;QUARTERS.
JTHE subscribers take this method of in..
fdriaig their friends. that they are in re
ceipt of, and are now opening, a choice, and
desirable-stock of `
STAPLE AND FA - NCY DRY GOODS, -
.4. i i - •
to which vueyl nvite the ettentionlof all who.
desire to ake purchases.. Our stock is large
has been leited with great care, and is par
ticubirly a asited to the wants of this section
of our courtrf. Oar stock of Dry Goods cou
sists of .
ROIDERIES r ➢.tRq.SOLS
I VI:STINGS, DCP
etylot other articles, too . numerous
We have also a complete assort-
and a var
ERIES, HAHDWARE AND
h will be sold uncommonly cheap
!pay; and for approved credit on as
• terms as any other establishment.
, Aug. 11 . , 1856.-9:13 ly. '
all of whi
REVOLUTION IN MEMAL SCIENCE.
est Therapeutic Agent
strated tbat the,lancet, mercury, and all other
internal'" drbernedication!' may be laid aside
with petlfect safety to the patient and abid
ing ben fit to posterity. ' Wherever these ma
chines I.ave been introttuced, they excite the
highest jwonder and Raise. The' apparatait
is adapt t ed to'prevent, relieve and cure every
disease incident to humanity,—more particu
larly al those painful and formidable diseas
es 'which have for centuries battled the pro
foundest lealmitti and skill of physicians.
Fro white whateyet cause there may be an ex
cess or deficiency of the nervous fluid--pro
ducing r an excess or .deficiency of the acids
and alkaline secretions—the magnetic prinei-
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Of ail disease; t e great,; first cause
Springs from neg ect of Nature's laws
. SUFFER. NOT!
When a CURE Is •griaranteed
IN ALL STAGES - ;OE
Self-Abuse, Nerroas Debility, Strietures, Gluts.
Grarel, Diabetes, Diseases of; the-Kidneys groci
Bladder, Alercurfal ' Itheumalimn, Scrofula,
Pains in the Bones and Ankles, Diseases of the
LungshTfiroat z Arose and Eyes, Ulcers upon flur
Body or Linibs, Caneirs,Dropsy„EpilepticFits,
,Dance„ a d all l&usr.s arising Iron;
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QUO!! as Nervous
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Dipness of Vision w:
ing before the eyes,
the face, Pain in the
irregularities and all
bath sexes. It watt ,
the disease originat'
or obstinate the c-as
a shorter time than a
feeted by any other'
disease has baffled t
clans and resisted al
sickness and free t
During twenty years of practice, I have rescued
from the jaws of p - th many thousands, who,
in the last stages of the above mentioned die.
eases had bean givei up to die by their pbyti
ciaps, which warrants Me in promising to the
afflicted, who may pace themselves under ray
care, a perfect and nost speedy, cure. Secret
Diseases are theLgTdatest enemies, to health, as
they are the first (ntie of Consumption, Scrof
ula, and many otheVdiseases, anti should he a
terror to the hums 1 family, As a permanent
cure is scarcely eve effected, a mejerity.of the
cases fallible into the „hands of .ineompetent
persons, who not of ly fail to cure the diseases
but ruin the const tution, filling Die; system
with niereury,.whic , with the disease, has
tens the sufferer little a rapid Consumption.
But should the disease and the treatment
not cause death spedity and the victim mar- .
ries, the disease. isentailed upon the children,
who arc born withl feeble constitutions, and
the Current of life -corrupted by a virus which
betrays itself in Scrofula, Tetter,Kleers,-Erup
tions an other affections of the skin, Eyes,
Throat and Lungs, 'entailing upon them a brief
existence of suffering and consigning them to
an early grave.l A'
SELF MIUSE, it another formidable enemy
to health, for snetlti g else in the ,dread - cats
kegne of burden disettsee causes.so destructive
a drain upon the spitem, drawing its thousands.
of victims through,. a few years. of suffering
down to an untime y grave. It destroys the '
Nervous system, ra idly wastes away - the en
ergies of life.; cat ses mental derangement,
prevents the properdevelopment of the system,
disqualifies for rariage, society, business(
and all earthly hap iness, and leaves the suf
ferer wrecked in 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 of
Self-Abuse that a permanent and speedy tore
can be at:let:o4l pull with the abandonment of
ruinous practices ply patients can be restored
to robust, vigorous health. ' - - .
The afflicted are cautioned against the me
of patent Medicines; for there arc so many
ingenious snares inl the columns of the public
prints to catch-andiroV,the' - unwary sufferers
that millions have their constitutions ruined,
by the vile compoOnds of quack doctors,
the equally poisonous . nostrums vended s*.
"Patent Medicines.'! I have Carefully-analyzed' ,
many of the so called Patent Medicines - end
find that nearly all Of then( contain Corrosive
Sublimate, whiclnis pne pf the strongest pre+
iterations of mercury gild a deadly
. 'paiion k
which instead of cnring the disease disable;
the system for life. i - - ."
Three-fourths.ofi the patent nostrums not?
in use are put up by unprincipled and ignorant
persons, who do not understand even the aI
phabet of the IA clerk inidica, and are equally
as destitute‘of anyi knowledge of the human
system, having one object only,in view, and
that to make money regardlesi of conscquen ,
Irregularities and nU diseases of males and
females -treated on principles established by
twenty years of practice, and sanctioned by
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