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14 , 44 ..-I . 42i . pef a iyugagine for , September.
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TIM progroSs of licteaety constantly ten&
,to iticrte the distinctness and iridepen: .
'demo 'Of faratilY, Consiilered itt the
light of a Clonie..,s: - -tic'
'filen are better governed; as 'trade and
gotta:Wren are couforined to 'natural. latts,
.sis!the various interests Of Citizenship in
hearing on the business and gerteral
of the community are more fully
. appFeet:Yled;•th priVaci and sacredness of
tine'beoOuld" afore' essential to the sta
lility 'and growth of siniiety.. At the
'mine tilde, the:outward World Acts with
'greater influence - On the fireside. Civil
itiseitittiOns; prespe'rods industry, niephan- ;
Ical,imprpinniits, diffusing intelligence,
'tintributt to therstrctigth and Happiness
-; o rthe family. And, in turn, the' Madly
ptinnotes the advanceinent. of the state.
bOilicent interchange Of good offices
maintained, each 'working in its
p -.r‘piovidential Sphere: for the good of
e other, and both combining their ' re-
Opective agencies in the onward March of
`ever has ham - occupied its own
ground more completely than at present;
and ipvtir has the external life of society
more closely connected with its
'character and condition. 4. model*
huif3elh)l,l is a miniature ‘rorld, lusidated I
'within its own realm, exercising its own!
prerogati:e and enjoyino•" ' its privilezes;
without disturbance, Amidst this se;
elusion, it is intimately identified with,
! i t, le Mays:mews of the riae; 'it is., more. I
than e. e a part of the brotherhood of,
niankittil ; and uotlitng can happen o-, tile: I
glebe, that does not affect its circuaistati. I
:ces. Every day places its pri:a e fur-I
tunes at the mercy of those changes
are always going on in mercantile I
, end' national affairs. A. storm on the
'actual sieks its treasures, and.a battle in
India covers its 'walls with the shadow of
death. 'Rut it is equally open to the nid
liorating influences of civilization. The
great world takes no Step forward that
home does not feel • aid - as nations act- I
7.ince in the tilts of peace. there is it deep.
si g nificancecr ^ ,g'ivuii to marriage, child
'hoo rivesto a 'happier destiny, and da
atitic piety utters a palm of devouter
Among those ties which bind the ex
ternalslife of society to the family we may
mime literature as one of the strongest
andtnost important. ',_.Every man of ob
servation bows how. much the domes:tie
idea has entered into modern writing,
and what a Marked change in the modes
'nianifestatioos of creative thought
W been produced since authors became
eonseious of the kind of patronage they
were to receive. Indeed, the spirit of;
eriticism which has been developed oft
late years in the private circle of the faro- I
Tly has done . more to elevate literature
than all our deginatiti reviets._ And what
Is' 4 - s.ll'l:Mire' it riking, the Vast increase in
'the number of those books written for the
quiet hours of home, and especially for
;he hands of women and children,' their
:rapid gain, both in quality, and quantity.
;over selector works of science, shows us .
that the intellect of the world is enlarging I
is relations and coming into nearer con
tact with household mind. We rank this
tact among the.most hopeful signs of the
age. Whenever literature draws its in
4ipiration from such a source, it, must
gather' the best of wisdom as well as the
noblest of aspirations into itself.
I But our present concern is with the,
riettspaper_ in the family. The period,
has not-long passed when the newspaper
vas almost exclusively an organ for such,
thoughts and communications as were
understood to have reference to men and
their pursuits. Business, politics, and
such other distinct interests as specially
appertained to professional and inercan
file tifa; kic'olipied its colamns. One see
twin of the world, and it'extromely limit
cd, was under the watchful eye of the
editor, and his vocation was restricted to
n jealous oversight of its affairs. A man
'among men, he had no other standard
than manly intercourse prescribes. His
range.was narrow, and often his temper,
narrower. But when the free spirit of an
awakened and enthusiastic era penetrated
Into the operations of society; when.
*tame all, mind, as mind, received an hon. '
ca and liberal recognition; when iota.;
led was liberated from its inthrallment
to classes and factitiOus associations 'and
taught to think and speak for kindred
Intellect, whereverit had its abode ; then I
the newspaper. first to herald the dawn
ing age and first to shine with its early,
light,. spread its irradiatiog beams over
the broad surface of human life. , The
'change so effected, amounting to a revo
lution, proved niost beneficial. If it did
ilnt restore the days of chivalry, it created
moral and social knighthood that refined
sentiment and improved character, It I
made the editor something more of a man
by bringing the conventional rules of so
..iety to bear upon him, and by aubstitort- I
bug public "opinion' for class-opinion (or,
etter said, Six•opiaon), it lifted him.
Several grades higher in the scale of in
tellectual and moral being. The niodern
'newspaper owea a large proportion- of its
.power to t'ie fact that it has hzeonie the
exponent of society—society as coiastit , l,
ted by men and -women—and it dies
this Ctihancement of its authority 114 t .
.finenat to - the time when it entered' the
househelty as a guest of accredited ,re
nability:nnd reliable worth.'
• Without -the iighte3t sympathy with
what I termed Woman's Rights mote.
inents; wi may remark that a mivement
other than that which is technhially ad
ertised in 'platform speeches has
been progressing - -with the - .happiest - re.:
suit's. • The: last honor accorded to 'wo
man was milid;:lmit if delayed by strange
obtuseness of thOnglit';'end yet more Lit
gardly breadth - Ofientimeat, i 6 has fidelry
been yielded with
sufficient to Make amends for, past Mins
ties. The returning sense of truth has
`wrduglit this noble - work. - It has been
dune Without the rickety ruacliiherY of
cuiVelitions. and the hypocritiCal Spri
t) !ism .of 'creeds that exag..crate a truth
'Until it sivelis into a lie, ail'. intensify a
virtue into the fanatiCd fury. of a vice. =
It has beer; dOne silently, but surely ;'and
vrJ ureborilvittiesses' of the fact that the
grOwth of generLqii and sympathetic feel
ings are -able, at themselves, to remedy
abiises and rectiiv errors. We have learn
ed that woman is wedded to - Man in all
relations; tier.' iei4 his counterpart ev
erywhere and in every position; and be
cause Lf -this tendeney in all things to
folin an alliance With her, .we have conic
to feel that, sae is thebeart of business no
titan the heart of bowc.
But—to! take up the stitch we dropped
i in I this. -sentence-km ting—.-let us return
Iti Ithe newspaper. We say, then, that
the idea of a family : . newspaper ought to
li:we especial reference to woman, Not
eXclusive reference, however, for that
I would be an extreme almost as nnfayora
!MC to her true milture in the affairs or
I daily life as her 'entire neglect. What
Islip needs in a newspaper is such inform
! ation, such forms of thought sub ii-e.el
- moral, and 'social action on he:. I
nature, rather than on her intellect, as I
shall expand her Mind and mature her
character in that experience which is
s caininon both to woman and man. Corn,
pelled as ishe is to have, in sothe things,
her own exclusive range of- ideas and I
I emotions, there is danger that .she may
confine herself too much and too intense.,
ly to this separate field ;.and hence the ini- I
. . .
portanee ot enlistmg her attention and sytn, I 1
pathyin behalf of tYnise objects that appeal
to us outside of 'the peculiarities.' of sex.
Side by side with man she may thus he
educated in all that concerns real life.'
She may remain "aikeeper at home,"
yet go abroad; may - acquire a full know-1
ledge of the - world, and not pay the pen-1
alty of too much intercourse -with it. By I
this means she may be fitted to supply a i
want that men often express, viz., intel- i
lectual and social companionship in rnat--I
tens that are above routine, etiquette, and 1
drawing-ioom gossip. ' The positions oft
the two Sexes, viewed in relation to the
interchanges of 'Mind, are certainly not
linked together as they should be fur mu-
tnal improvement, nor are they as syni- I
pathetic in kindred OfileeS of sentiment as I
their 'happiness demands. Every intelli- I
gent pesot of both sexes, has often felt ,
this painfully. ' But how shall it be im
proved ? 'Host many men as men, and
tome women, meet .on common
groun without abatement of facility, each
rethpg his and her endowments, both!
tlives in nature's best sense, and yet
opening their minds to each other's influ
ence in hearty fellowship of thought and
feeling? How may those sympathies I
which now so frequently weaken the in
t:creourse of mind between the sexes be
converted into. agencies of strength and
vigor? But one method has ever occurred
to us, viz., to put them both in possession
of the same sources' of intelligeuoe—to
train them, after- attaining mature life,
under the influence of the same master.'
thoughts, and through the same general'
instrumentalities—to give them a com
mon property in the intellectual life of
the world, and let their hearts throb alike
beneath its inspiriting energy. A family
newspaper meets this necessity. It offers
a woman precisely the sort of information
and discipline which she requires for con
versational charms. The spirit of a first
rate newspaper is the spirit of active, en
ergetic, daily life, with mind to give it
dignity and ready tact fcr versatile adapt
ation; and this is just the spirit which
our better class of women demand, to en
able them to! fulfill their intellectual and
social relatidns with beeciniug propriety
A family newspaper, then, 'lust report
the world every week, as far as it can and
ought to repOrt it, for the instruction, en
livenment, and happiness of the family.
It should bee a biography of life, a history
of action. All that is attractive in sci
ence, beautiful in art, inviting in letters,
with whatever else, may invigorate and
refresh mind by' carefnl devotion to what
is good, and 'hearty homage for what is
great, it should command in sufficient
measure for its paegs. It must be a
newspaper in every meaning of the word
—one that' shall faithfully depict the
great surfade of the world as .the restless
ness of passion, the mutations of opinion,
the changes of mighty events speed over
it; and one,: too, that shall look deeper
than the surface, and contemplate those
principles in which the order of society
and the welfare of existence have their
KissiNG,_liarlly any two females kiss alike
There is as much variety in the manner of do
ing it, as in the faces and manners of the sex.
Some delicate little ,ereatures merely give a
slight brush cif the lip. This is a sad aggra
vation.. We seem to be about to "have a good
time," but aetually get nothing. Others ga
into us like a! hungry man into a beef-steak,
and seem to Chew up our countenances. This,
which is i notn common case. is too min:alike
the Cannibal Islands, and soon drives away a
delicate lover. Others struggle like hens when
burying theniseli - es in dry dirt. The 'kiss is
won by great. exertions, and is not worth as
much as the ;trouble - it costs, Now, we are l::
favor Of a certain shynesS when a kiss is pro
' posed,but it Should not be continued too long :
and, whew the fair one gives in, let her ad
minister the kiss with warmth and enot D-
Lit there be soul in it. y.she cio-es her eyes
and sighs deeply immediately after it, the ef
fect is'greater. She should be careful not to
"spread" tls kisi, but ((ice it.as. a. humining
tbird :roils Ibis hilt info = n licineysticidderif..
but delicately. There is much virt.ll , y in a kiss I
when . ltell •delii - ered. ' We have lial_the inein•.-1
cry of one the reeeii - ed. last oi:—..---. ! '
• itErTbe :4VI Y. Poet, calls atttsntion' to the
flia that the word Baby does nut appear in
tlui new Oyelopdia, and supplies a definition ;
j 00, jury and sentence of eve.
'y-well regulated fiiuily. A thing that squeaks
at midnight, and will -not' be comforted by.any
quantity of saps. 11 biped called by its moth
el.:" de Jittle rosey posey, pinkum pink, bless
its Mile heart," and very frequently " trotted "
to 'the tune of "Here - we go Up, up, up-se, and
here w go down. down. down-e." By bach
elors called "brat,!' and by Tupper, the phil
osopher, delicately alluded to as• a ' 6 well
.Merchante and Traders will be on their guard and not
be imposed upon by a Counterteit cf Morse Indian Root
Yilla, signed A. B. Moore. All genuine: ludhu Root rills
hare the name and aigaatare of What E Co., on
' Atore we present you wire h llicenes,-; of
DR. MORSE—the inrentor of MORSE'S IN-.
DIAN ROOT PILLS. This'philanthmpiqt has
spent the greater part of his life in tiaveling,.
Racing visaed Europe, A.,:a, and Africa, a,
Well as North America—has spent three years
among the Indians bf our Western conutry—
it this way that the Indian Root Pills
were tst discovered. Dr. Morse was the brit
man to establish the filet that all diseases arise
from IMPUT.Tri OF THE BLOOD—that our
streng"th. health and life depended upon this
-i. 'When the various passa,ges,become clogged, I
and do not act in perthet harmony with the!
1 differe t Functions of the body, the blood loses
I its actitin, becomes thick, corrupted and. dis-
I eased ; thus eausing7all pains. sickness and ;
distress of every Maine; our strength is ,ex-'
hausted, one health we are deprived of, and if i
nature is not assisted in throwingptf thestag
nant humors, the blood will become choked- I
and cease to.act, and thus our light of life will
Ilbrever 'be blown out. 116 w important then i
i that we should keep the various passages of!
the body free and open. And how pleasant I
ito us that we have it in our power td' put a
Itiedicine in your reach, namely, Morse's In-
than toot Pills, manufactured from plants
1 and rootsethich grow around the mountain e
1 oils cliffs in Nature's garden, for.the health anti"
1 recovery of diseased man. One of the roots 1
from which these Pills are made is a Sudorific,
I which opens the pores of the skin. and assists
:.Cature in throwing out the finer parts of the
corruption within. , The second is a plant
which is an Expectorant, that opens and un.,l
Iclogs the passage to the lungs, rind - thus, in al
!Soothing manner, perform; its duns by throw,.
1 lug off phlegm, and other humor) . from the I
lungs by copious spitting. The third is a Di
tretic, which gives ease and double steehgth
to the . kidneys ; ties encouraged, they draw
large amounts of impurity from the blood,
-which is then thrown out bountifully by the I
urinary or water passage, and which could!
not have been discharged in any other way. i
! The fourth is a Cathartic, and accompanies
the other properties of the Pills while engaged 1
in purifying the blood ; the coarser particles
f of impurity which cannot pass by the other!
outlets, are thus taken up and conveyed off irk!
great quantities by:the bowels, . 1
From the above, it is shewn that Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills not or ly enter the stomach,
bat become united with the blood. for they)
fiat way to every part. and eampletely rout out 1
and cleanse the system from all impurity, and'
the life of the body, which is the blood, be- l
I comes ' perfectly healthy ; consequently all j
I sickness and pain is driven from the system. 1
for they cannot remain when the body becomes 1
SO pure and clear. : i
The reason why people "are so distressed
( when sick, and wiry so many die, is because :
; they do not get )2( medicine which will pass!
"to the afflicted parts, and Ny':ich will open the'
I natural passages for the disease to he cast out;
hence, a large quantity of food and other mat
-1 ter is lodged, and the stomach and intestines
are literally overflowing with the corrupted;
mass; thus undergoing disagreeable fermen
tation. constantly mixing with-the blood,which
throws corrupted Matter through every vein.
and artery, until life is taken .from the body I
by disease. Dr. Morse's PILLS have added 101
themselves victory upon victory, by restoring I
millions of the sick to blooming health and I
Ihappiness. Yes, thousands who have .been
i racked or tormented with sickness, pain and
i anguish. and whose feeble frames have been
scorched by the burning elements of raging
fever, and who have been brought, us it were,
within a step of .the silent grave, now stand;
ready to testify that they would nave been
numbered with the dead. had it not been for
this great and wonderful medicine, Morse's t
Indian Root Pills: After one or two:doses had
been taken, thee Were astonished. alid abso.
I lately surprised, in wimessing their charming
effects. Not only do they give immediate ease
and strength, and take away all sickness,
pain and anguish. bet they .at care go to
Iwork at the fiuudation of the ! disc .is e. I
which :a the bloc":. T herefore, it will 1-ie
shown, espec - I;1); be tho. , ,e who tiFe these PiP,,
that they *1:1 socie.-ose an , l purify, that dis
ci. thtadly take its flight :
and the ilash o . t. :youth and be;:try will again
return, and the prospect of a long
life - will cherish and brightel, you? da.e.
So!r1 by SMITH & JONES, Coudersport ;jaigtif
by nil Medicine Dealers in the coutitr. A. J.
WHITE CO., No. 50 Leonard St.; Sew York,
Proprietors; WM. kiJDGE al . 00., (proprietors
of Dr, A. Trask's Ma 4 -netic Ointment) Earl
rine, Madison Co., General:Age"4.
Z. j. THOMPSON,
CARRIAGE S WAGON lf and! RE
PAIRER, Cendersport;Potter %0., Pa.; takes
this method of iuterming the pub,- t;
;generaf that he is prepared -- 17 .77:.-Aq
to do all worli i•: his line with pron.ptue.s.
in a workman-like •manner, and upon the
most accommodating terms. Payment - for
Repairing ini•ariably required undelivery - of
the work. 113.. A.ll kinds of "PRODUCE
taken on account of work. -
A. U. C. BROCK'N,
22 Cliff Street, New-York,
MANDFACTCRER OF '
GLASS ,STREIGES, 4014EOPATEIC VIALS,
UP4DUATETI .NE4SURES, , Nuns,
Glass Ware for Chemists, Druggists, Per
fumers, Photographers, etc. Green Glassware.
,v the p tckage. A liberal discount made to
-he trade. Oitlers front Coqntry Drqggists and
Dealers - Soliciled, ;Price Lies sent on appli
cation. ' 1141-am-o,c/too.'
PIP ORTA-PIT- -, DI S OD VERT:'
• ' :: :
RISEASES:OF 'Ilt,E LUNGS AND THROAT
WIIICH conveys the remedies to the cil,vl
- in the lungs through - the air pa Sa
ges; and Coming, in direct - contact with 'the.
disease, neutralizes the tubercular matter, 41-
lays the cough, causes a free and easy e ec
toration, heals the lungs, purifies the blend,
impartarenewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving that tone and - energy so indispensable
for the restoration of health, To-be able to
state 'confidently that COnsumption is curable
by inhalation,. is to me a source of unalloyed
pleastifie.. If, is-as much under the control. of
medical treatment as any other formidable
disease; ninety out of every- hundred cases
can he cured in the first stages, and fifty, per
cent, in the second; but in the third stage it
is impossible to save more than five-per cent.,
for the Lungs are so cuts up by the disease as
. to bid defiance to Medical skill.- ben, how
ever, in limiest stages, Inhalation 4fforda ex
traordinary relief to the- suffering attending
this fearful scourge, which annually destroys
ninety-five thousand persons in the United
' States alone ; and a-correct calculation shows
that of the present population of the -carat, -
i ' eighty millions are, destined to-- fill the 'con
' sumptive's graves.
l Truly the quiver of,death has no arrow so
fatal as Consumption. In all ages it has been
i the greatenerny of life, for it.-spares neither
age nor sex, hut sweeps off alike the -breve,
I thi. beautifal, the gracefill and the gifted.' By
the help of that Supreme Beitig from whom
cometh every good and perfiict gift, I am en
; alibied Id oiler to the "Milicted a permanent.
::nil spicily mire .in Consumption. The:first
; sause:of tubercles is from impure blood; and
the immediate etfect produced by their depo
sition in the lungs is to prevent the free al-
mission of air. into the air tells, which causes
a weakened vitality through the entire system.
Then surely it is more rational to expect great
er good from medicines entering the cavities
of the lungs than from Chose administered
through the stomach; the patient will always
find the lungs tree and=the breathing easy, af
ter luhaling remedies. Thus, Inhalation 'is a
local remedy, n cvert.heless it acts constitution
ally, and 'with more power and certainty, than
rent dies administered by the stomach.' To
prove -the powerful and direct influence of this
this mode of ad w ini s trati on, chloroform
inhaled will-entirely destroy sensibility in a
few minutus, paralyzing the entire nervous
system, so that a limb tnay be ampntated with - -
out the slightest pain ;.Inlialing the ordinary
burning gas will destroy life-in a few bohrs.
The inhalation of am nonia will rouse the
system when fainting 0: apparently dead, The
odor of many Of the' medicines is perceptible
in the skin a few minutes after being inhaled,
and may be immediately detected - in the plood.
A convincing proof of the constitutional effects
of inhalation, is the fact that sickmos
ways produced by breathing foul air=is not
this positive evidence that proper remedies,
carefully 'prepared and judiciously adminis
laud through the lungs should produce they
happiest results? During eighteen ; years'
practioe,' many thofisauds suffering- frorn dis
eases of the lur,gs and throat, have been un
der My care,- aal I have Orwell ninny re:Marl:-
able cures, even after the sufferers had been
pronounced in the last stages, which I'l/83-sat
isfies me that 'consumption is no longer a fatal
disease. My treatment of consumption i
original, and founded on long experience ant
a thorough investigation. My perfectacourtim:
tance with the nature of tubercles, Sus, ena
bles me to distinguish, readily, the Various
forms of disease that simulate consumption.
and apply the proper rerit6dies„ rarely being
mistaken even in a single case. This -famil
iarity, in connection with certain pathological
and microscopic discoveries, enables me to re
lieve the lungs from the effects of contracted
Chests, to enlarge the chest. purify the blood.
iinrart to it renewed vitality, giving energy
and tone to the entire system. .
Medicines with full directions sent to any
part of the United States and Canada's by.pa
ien ts communicating their symptoms by letter.
But the cure would be more certain if the
Patient should pay me a visit, which would
give me an opportunity to examine On lungs
and 'enable me to prescribe with much greater
certainty, and then the cure could be effected
Without my seeing the patient again.
G, W. GRAHAM. M. D.,
;Office 1131 Filbert Street, (Old
; No. 109,) below Twelfth,
PHILADELPHIA, PA. I
wolf. subscribers take this ruethodof in
-forming' their friends that they are in re
ceipt of,arid are now opening, a choide and
desirable stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOOD ,
to which they invite the attention of al who
desire to make' purchases. Our stock isiarge
has been seiectud with great care, and is par ,
ticularly ridapted-to the wants of this section
of our country. Our stock a Dry Goods con
n;sts of •
DRESS GOODS. TRIMMINGS. RIBBONS,
I VESTINGS, DO- •
LINENS, PRINTS. • j
. • HOSIERY; SHAWLS,
sad a variety of other articles, too nnrnerons
to mention. We hate - also a complet a.lsort
GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND
ali of which will be F. 6ld uncommonly cheap
for ready pay, End for approved credit On as
reasonable terms as 'any other establishinent.
aug. 11, 1856.—b:13 ly.
ii" TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS I;sa
D. S. wiLLlalap,
LATE WILLIAMS & CUNNINGHAM, I
[laving removed to the spacious lofts in the
-105 and 'lO7 CHAMBERS STREET, and S 9 &
91 READE STREET, NEW YORK,
Is now offering for cash or on approved Credit,
a large and well-assorted stock of
HAS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, •
inmitZLLAs &T.mtisoLs. 1
Qf all the styles, qualities and piaterirds nsu
ally found itt market. Having oneofthle larg
est saleqoenns in the city, (50 by 150 feet,)
with ample facilities, and an experience of
near twenty years ip the business, pucJeheser
may feel assured of being as well serves a
this house as,at any other in the trade.
,from the country fille i cl
care and promptness. [op 3_
nRANGES AND LEMONS just received by
kJ 10:3 f WBJAGJ. H. GRA S.
0 CHARGE 'FOR SHOWING TH.
/A Goods put received at .OIAISI
PIANOS, -MELODEONS'IL iresp3
THE CASH SYSTEM .ADQPTEP. /,
;Prices Greatly Reduced,
No. 833 Broadioay, N. Y,
AGENT FOR THE BEST BOSTON dr N.. Y
rlLargest -Assortment of Pianos,-elo
Musical Instruments, and litusical
Merchandise of all kinds, in the United States.
Pianos from Ten different Manufactories, com
prising those , of every variety of style, from
the plain, neat and substantial 6i octaves, in
Walnut or Rose Wood Ctises, from $l5O to $2OO,
to those of the most elegant finish up to One
Thousand Dollars. No house in the Unidn
can compete 'With the above in the number,
variety and celebrity of its ,instruments, nor
in the Extremely low prices at which they arc
sold. • . '
uortAcE WATERS' MODERN IMPROVED
PIANOS,•with or without Iron Frames, pits
sessing in their improvements of over-;strings
and• action, u length of scale and compass of
tone equal to the Grind Piano, .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
be equal to those of any other manufacturer
They are built of the best and most thorough
ly seasoned material, and guaranteed to stand
the action of every climate. Each Instrument
guaranteed to give satifaction, or purchase
HORACE WATERS' MELODEONS.—Su.
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make. (Timed the equal temperament.) Me
lodeons of all other styles and makes. Price
$45, )3411, $75, $lOO, $125, $l4O--doublt-
Reeds and two banks of Keys,.s2oo—less zs
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A Becyzemleni.lniiituOcm, established 4 . 0a ,•,.., -
• ~endittemenefor the relief of the.siek-aQ;C:7
tressed, afilicte4 with _Virulent and
-Epidemic, diseases. - -
mo an personslifflieted with Sexual .
.1. e s, such as SPERMATORRIICEA, Dis,
1,1--A.II-: iva r EAKNESS,, IMPOTENCE, CND.
MBA, GLEET, 'SYPHILIS.- the-Ni g ,
ONANISM; or SELF ABUSE, kc. ,t- t .
The HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in vi e ,
the - awful destruction of.'human life, er
by Sexual diseases, and tie deceptions p ra
tised - -Upon the' unfortunate victims
,o(' , It t
diseases by Quacks, several years ago ditto,
thole Consulting Surgenn,_as a CliAllitaL
ACT worthy of their name; ° open a Dip,
salTfor the treatment of this class ofdii ez
in; all their 'forms, and to give-3IEDICAL .
VICE GRATIS,' to all who apply li i f et i t:
witty a deseripticti of their
odeupationi•habitsof life, &c.,) a n d,,j,, ta,
of extreme poverty, to FURNJSII MEDICIT
FREE OF -CHARGE. - It -ire nee - dleil to
Dist the ',Association - commands .the,higi
Medical skill of the age, and will furutsit I.
most approved 'modern treatment,
The Directors, own review of the flst, 4
a'shred that their labors" in this sphere Oh,
u r o en t difort, have been of great head: to
elle afflicted, espeeialky to the young; an %d O }
litre resolved to devote themselves, with ie.
newed zeal, to 'Fie very in cant Ina 6, 4
despised canse. . . . ! ,
) Just Published by the Assneinti4. e
port on Spermatorrhum, or Seminal Weaknes
the Vice of Onanism,- Masturbatiori or S.el
Abuse - ,. and other Diseases of the Sexual Or
Bans, by - the Consulting - Surgeon, *hire r
Le sent by mail, (in a sealed onvelave,)ll,
OF' CHARGE, pc - receipt of - TWO -STAIII
for-postage. , - -
Address, for Report or, treat , mer4,
GEORGE R. CALHOUN, Cons,idoc4 6.,e•g.e
Howard Association, No. 2- Suuth Noah k'r6
Philadelphia, Pa. .
-13 s bider of the Directors.
EZRA D. IJEARTWELL, President.
GEO.. lALRCIIILD, Secretary. 1.10124-h.
Of all disease ;- the great, first , cause
Springs from neglect of N.nuie's
When a CURE is guaiviiii
IN ALL STAGEN
Self-Abuse, Nervous DeZiluy, reS:
Gravel, .Diabetes, Diseases of the 'Kidneys,
Blander, Mercurial llheunialicni,
Pains in the hones and Ankles, Diseqses kr fl
Lungs, Throat, Nose and Byes, Cleto upo
Body or Linibs, easacers, Dropsy, Byi!tplie,
St. Vita's 11:hce, and alliseasei anpin 2ft
- a d-i, ~ , -ient of the 'Sexual Cryan's,
O s UCH. as Nervous Trembttn, Logs of Y?
ory, Loss of Power, General teaktee
ijimlleSS of Vision with peculiar. s'pota appear.
hug before the eves, Loss of ,Sight, jlllkett
!less, Dyspepsia:Liver-Disease, Ernotons
the face, Pain in the Lack and head,
it regufarities and all holdover disehtergel
both sexes.. It matters not from what
the disease originated, however l'ong.stam
or obstinate the case, recovery isiertvin,
a :shorter time than"apermanertcprecunl
reeved by any other treatment, even after
disease has (Milled the skill of eiltinentpll3
chins and resisted nil-their means; of eat.
medicines are pletisantwithout odhr,eausi
sickness • and lice from . niercury or
During twenty years of practice„il have or
from the jaws of Death many thousand 3,
in the last stages-Mille above ulentiane
eases had been giVen up to die lir theirpt
chins, which warrants - me iu-pru r misiugtt
J . :Mimed, who may plat.e themselves' cadf
care, a perfect and most speedy
Diseases are the greatest euemle's to heal
they arethe flr.est causebfeengetaption,!
ula, and many other diseases, acd shank
terror to the human -family, Ai a pernit:
cure is sea reetl,y ever effected. a majority
cases falling into the hands of itiComt
persons, who not only fail to cure dirt:
but resist the constitution, tilting the s - ;
.with mercury - , which, Witt th*isease,
tens the sufferer into a rapid Contnruptie
But should the disease and 'the tees
not cause death - speedily and the victir
ries, the disease is entailed upon the cl
who are -born with feeble constitution:
the current of life corrupted bye virus
betrays .it self in Scrofula - , 'Fetter, Ulcers,
liens an other attecticens of the slim,
Throat and Lungs, entailing anon tante
exigence of suffering and con Signing the:
an early grave. ,
SELF ABUSE is another forinidabli
to health, for nothing else in the distal
logue of human diseases causes so dest
a drain upon the system, drawing its thot
of victims through a few years. of EUI
down to an untimely- grave. it - destro!
Nervous system,' rapidly wastes away ti
ergies of life, causes mental - deranges
prevents the proper development of the eye
disqualifies t'or :marriage, soCiety, but
and all earthly happiness, andilearestbf
fever wrecked in body and mitud, Kai!'
to consumption and a train of tevils mon
dreaded than death itself. With the
c - ontidence . l assure the Illifort#llHte Viet
Self-Abuse that a perniar,ent and speed!
can-be affected; and with the ;ibandonre:
ruinous practices my patients t.trn be rest
to robust, vigorous health.
The afflicted are-eautioned against the
of Patent Medicines, for theri are CO
ingenious snares in the coltir4s of the
prints to cnteh and rob the unwnryir
millions have their conqtitutiores
by the vile compounds of quack do 6
the equally poisonous -nostrums Ten(
"Patent Medicines." Illave carefully at
many of the so called Patent Medici'
find that nearly all . of them - cOntain r
Sublimate, ,which is one of the strong(
parations of mercury and a! deadly
which instead of curing the !dise: - ..se
the system for life.
Three-fourths of the patedt nostruess
in use are put up by unprincipled and iga
persons, who do not understand even
pluthet of the materig medial.; and are
as destitute of 'any knowledge of the
system, having one ci)ject only in *-
that to make money r gardl4ss.of COW
Irregularities and all disedses of rob
females treated on principl4s • establish (
twenty years df practied i and senctioat
thousands of the most remarkable cults.
icines with full directions sent to any'
the United States or :CanOas: by
communicating their symptoms by
Business-correspondence strictly to
J. SUMMERITIt.LE ,
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