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Allentown Lehigh Register (Newspaper) - July 11, 1855, Allentown, PennsylvaniaA revolution ii. Patriot Quot Warsaw new yorker announces the death of Petor Besancon at the advanced ago of 98 years. It says the deceased was one of the band of Noble spirits w to crossed the Ocean with Lafayette to assist the colonies in the struggle for Independence. He was born in or near the City of Besancon in France in 1762�?came to America at the age 16�?was present at the execution of mayor Andre and remained in the army until the end of the War. Or. Besancon Wos a devoted member of the Baptist Church for fifty one years a cherished brother of the masonic fraternity having been initiated by Gen. Washington in person and honorary member of the Independent order of Odd Fellows and of the Good templars. Lie had resided for Many years at Butternuts Otsego co. He then removed to the Western part of the state living in Perry then in Middlebury and finally in Pike where he remained until the time of his death. A trotting mat ii came off Over the Union course on wednesday Between three Northern horses of the Best blooded Stock in the country. The match was for $2000 a Side to harness mile heats Best three in five. Chicago Jack lady Franklin and lady Moscow were entered respectively by John Daniels ii. Woodruff and Samuel Mclaughlin. Lady Moscow proved the conqueror winning in three straight heats. Time�?2.37,2.384. Tire Arpir to Clister Union says that a Beautiful crop of apples will be gathered in Western now York. The Orchards Are said to be Laden with fruit. The i Pion thinks that the apples will be so plenty that the inferior qualities will not be gathered at All that is if the prohibitory Law puts an end to the making of cider. Jury list Fob the August term 1855. Orann jurors. John a eight upper Milford. John Ronig. North Whitehall. Joel Klotz Towhill. Jacob Weber lower Milford. George Schaffer lower Macu Ngy. Solomon Kemmerer lower Milford. Henry Lorsch South Whitehall. Joseph Hoffert. Salsburg. George Blytt Washington. John Leit. Upper Faucon. Thomas Bitting upper Macu Ngy. John ii. Fogel. do Henry ito Mig upper Faucon. Charles Ritter Llanover. Edmund j. Romig Allentown. Jacob Geisinger Salsburg. Israel Lorsch. Lower Milford. Jacob Marks lower Macu Ngy. Peter Snyder . Lynn. Willoughby Fogel esq., upper Macu Ngy. Samuel Saylor inn Over. Joseph Nonnemacher. Allentown. Peter Gross North Whitehall. Jesse Schmidt upper Macu Ngy. a week Joseph Slartman Allentown. Ii. Washburn do Daniel Rader lower Milford. Henry Snyder Lynn. Charles Peter Washington. Samuel Bernhard. Upper Macu Ngy. Ephraim folic Allentown. Jacob Lubbs lower Milford. Peter h. Lehr Allentown. Gideon Ritter Salsburg. Henry stauffer lower Milford. Samuel Kemmerer. Upper Milford. Andrew Shellen South Whitehall. David Schlitz Lynn. Charles Wagner Allentown. Joseph Reiss upper Milford. Robert Yost. Salsburg. Benj. Dit Hendorfer. Lower Macungie. Stephen Kern Washington. Henry Jarret. Lower Macungie. Win. Stein Weisenburg. Win. Kistler Lynn. Joseph Moyer Hanover. Henry Jordan upper Milford a John Weitknecht upper Macungie. Samuel Miesmer do do a Thomas Denver Allentown. Michael d. Eberhard do Samuel j. Lutz Lynn. P. J. Wailer lower Keller upper Faucon. Charles Harmony Lynn. Thomas Ruch North Whitehall. We. Rolin Hanover. John Schafer lower Macungie. Petit jurors second week. Jonathan Brobst upper Macungie Silas Ott lower Milf Oil. Joshua Fry esq., up pc Faucon. Reuben Rauch Heidelberg. John Flexer Salsburg. I Joshua Kneedler upper Milford. Jacob German Heidelberg. A a John Apple Salsburg. Jts Segasser Allentown. Samuel Snyder Lynn. John Peter Heidelberg. Aaron Eisenhard North Whitehall. Joseph Wittman upper Faucon. Abraham Neff North Whitehall. William Sigfried. Salsburg. A Thomas Peter Washington. Levi Kistler Lynn. William Sager Hanover. Nathan Klotz lower Macungie. Nathan Friederich Allentown. Peter Weida esq., Towhill. Daniel Hausman Washington. Charles Troxell South Whitehall. Joseph Keck Salsburg. Reuben Stabler esq., upper erd Raan North Whitehall. Joel Haas Lynn. David Eberhard South Whitehall. Henry Ritter Salsburg. J. S. Kistler Lynn. Charles Bachman Washington. Welcome b. Powell Allentown. Charles Glick South Whitehall. Abraham Blank upper Faucon. Joseph line Salsburg. Andrew Wint upper Faucon. Additional jurors. A William Horn Allentown. Ephraim j. Butz South Whitehall. Jonas Neff Lynn. Daniel Weaver Lynn. Charles l. Mohr upper Faucon. Charles r. Heist Allentown. Jonas Koch do George Brong South Whitehall. Nicholas Dawalt Hanover. Paul Brown North Whitehall. A Quot Jagt a in Riecl lower Macungie. Nathan German Allentown. Return of the see it stated that sir Moses Montefiori who lately passed through Vienna on his Way to Palestine goes there to Purchase a Large District in Tho country to settle1 upon it Tho jewish paupers of Jerusalem. Eventually his purpose is to Settle there also All those jews who feel inclined to return to the country of their ancestors. This is perhaps the first practical Effort yet made at procuring a return of that widely scattered race. Married. On Tho 21st ult., at Bethlehem by the Rev a. Ii. Lobbs or. David j. Ritter of Philadel Plizia to miss Catharine ii Eft of Allentown. On the 10th of june by the Rev. Or. Duba or. John David of South Whitehall to miss Luzinda ii Alloway of upper Faucon. On Tho 24th of june by the same or. Eli Kuhns to miss Esther Iton both of South Whitehall. Died. On the 1st of july in South Whitehall of liver complaint Joseppi Kern aged 40 years. On the 17th of june in North Whitehall of old ago George Eue Rigaud aged 92 years. On 20th of june in North Whitehall of diarrhoea Adam son of James and Magdalena Clil aged 2 years. On the 22nd of Juno in upper Macu Ngy of cancer Elizabeth Delong aged 80 years. On the 22nd of june in North Whitehall Carolina Schneider aged 23 years. On the 26th of june in North Whitehall Henry , aged 76 years. On the 5th of july in North Whitehall of diarrhoea Carolina daughter of Joel and Carolina Schneider aged 15 Days. A a on 29th of june in upper Milford of consumption Mary Ann Consort of Willoughby Stout aged 21 years. On Tho 9th of june at Tho poor House Christian Kern aged 3 years. On the 10th of june at the poor House Mary Ann e. Breien aged 0 months. A the markets Allen town Market. Flour per bbl. Wheat Corn Rye Oats Hay Salt r potatoes Ila i. Per lb., sides boulders lard butter eggs per Doz. -$10 00 2 00 1 00 145 70 17 00 50. 90 12 10 10 10 10 14 c.1. Lively stable. Rupf undersigned respectfully informs the a citizens of can Sauna and Vicinity that he has purchased tile livery establishment of or. Jesse Knauss and continues the business in All its various branches at the old stand where he is prepared to accommodate All who May a a wish a at Short notice and on reasonable terms lie has added to Tho Slock a new lot of horses and some splendid new carriages which will always he kept clean and in Good order. Ilis horses Are All Safe and Large parties can be accommodated with a splendid omnibus. As he is a new beginner lie Hopes by strict attention to business keeping Good Stock and charging reasonably to be favored with a Liberal Shore of a Trullard. Valentine Sii Lemacher. July 11. 11�?.liiia new in Allentown Between Dresher s and Hoffman a lumber Yards in Jami Lynn Street. Hise Braun Ltd co., respectfully inform the citizens of al a it la town and the Public in general that they have lately opened a new Marble Yard at the above named place where they carry on the business on an extensive scale. They Quot have on hand a very Large Stock of italian and american Marble which they Are manufacturing into tombs monuments Lead and foot stones Mantle pieces table and Bureau tops window and door Sills Steps posts amp a. Lettering of the Best style done in English and German characters and All kinds of executed in the highest Stylo of Art and in the most substantial manner they will be pleased to furnish engravings Anil designs to suit Tho wishes of the Public. They Fiat tar themselves in doing As Good work As is done in Pennsylvania and certainly the Best in this Section and to satisfy the Public of the truth of this assertion they invite them to Call at their Yard and examine their Stock and style of work. They furnish All kinds of sculptures and , such As has never been made m Allentown. They also keep on hand some Beautiful sculptures made out of italian Marble consisting of very neat and most Chaste designs for cemetery purposes with lambs carved to Lay on the top Flower vases urns doves and Many other figures to which they invite the attention of the Public. C7�?�great inducements arc offered to country manufacturers to furnish them with american and italian Marble of the Best Quality As they have made such arrangements As to enable us them furnish it at City prices. They Hopo by strict and prompt attention to business moderate prices and furnishing Tho Best work in town to Merit a Liberal share of patronage. July d if of Rpike directors of the Northampton Coal com Pany will meet at the following places to receive subscription to Tho capital Stock of said company. At Allentown at the House of Charles Hino july 26th and 27th, at Bithlo hem at Caleb Yohes on Tho 28th, at Easton at Daniel son the 30th and 31st, and at Nazareth at e. on Tho 1st Day of August. A portion of the shares will be offered at each place. A report of the said company either in English or Gorman can be had at the Register office. By Arder of the Weaver president. July 11. H�?3w dour proclamation. It whereas. The Hon. Aqa Hington Mccartney a president judge of the Phird indicia Dis Hrict of Pennsylvania composed of the counties of Northampton and Lehigh and Peter Haas and Jam Dillinger esquires associate judges of the court of common pleas of the county of be huh and by virtue of their offices justices of the courts of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery and court of general Quarter sessions in and for the said county of Lehigh have by their Precept to me directed ordered that a court of Quarter sessions of the Pence and common pleas and general jail delivery and orphans court for the said county of Lehigh be Holden of it Allentown on Monda if the Gih Day of August next to continue two. Weeks. A notice is therefore hereby Given to the justices of the be face and constables of the county of Lehigh that they Are by the said precepts commanded to be there at ten of clock in the Forenoon of said Day with their Rolls records inquisitions examinations and All other remembrances to do those things which to their offices Are Appertain ing and also that those who Are bound by rodeos Niz ances to prosecute against the prisoners that arc or then shall be in the jail of the snid county of Lehigh Are to be then and there to prosecute Therp As shall be just. Given under my hand in Allentown inc 25ih any of june in the year of our lord one thou Sand eight Hundred and . Nathan Weiler sheriff non sate tub Commonwealth. Sheriffs office Allentown july 11. A a to orphans court Sale 13 y virtue and in pursuance of an order in suet la out of the orphan s court of the count of up Hijji to tere will be exposed to Public Sale on i Ridney the 3rd Day of August at 1 o clock in the afternoon upon the premises the follow ing described property Viz. A certain tract of land with he appurtenances situated in Heidelberg township in the county of Lehigh Afore Aid. Hounded by lands of Joseph Lanchor or. John Ken snerer. Jonas Kemmerer Levi Fink Daniel Krum Martin Handwerk and others containing sixty five Arres and a half Twenty agree of Woodland and ten Aeres of Meadow and the remainder in Good farming Condi tion. The improvements thereon Are a two Story log he veiling House Swiss barn Wagon House Blacksmith hop and other outbuildings also a Nevei failing Spring and an excellent Apple Orchard. Being the read estate of George Sensinger. Creased late of Heidelberg township and Connie aforesaid. Terms on the Day at the place of Sale ant1 Lue attendance Given by Reuben sensing by the court july 4, 1855. A j Jedi j j. W. Meckly adm ors. Clerk. Lt-5n Lehigh county High school �3.1 Emmaus James s. Shoe Majcher principal. Pill Lehigh county High school will coma i nonce the second session on monday. July 23d, 1855. Tho course of instruction will Etc Brno Etc different branches Ofa thorough English education and 4�?Toenl and instrumental music with the French Gem an and latin languages. wm0.?, gentlemen who May wish becoming professional teachers Are request to inquire into school. There will be no extra charges made for students who wish to study astronomy philosophy and mathematics. The Lehigh county High school can boast of having one of the Best telescopes a la so. And also All the philosophical and mathematical instruments which arc required to facilitate a student. Tho session will last eleven weeks. The charges Are six eight and ten dollars per session according to the advancement of tie scholar. Ail additional charge will to made to such students who May wish to study French German latin and hoarding can Bis obtained at very Low rates in private families in the the immediate Vicinity of the school. References o. W. Cooper esq., county superintendent. Quot Ziomas b. Cooper m. D., Coopersburg. O. F. , m. D., lower Milford. Maritin Kem Markr esq., Salsburg. Thomas a Innus. Jacoy lower Macungie. Samuel Kymm Hub esq., upper Milford. Emmaus july 4. If �o&wiw71 Hbl election of directors. Fuji areas letters Patent bearing Date 21st Day of Juno 1855, have been issued incorporating the Allentown rank notice is hereby Given that an election of thirteen directors to manage the business of Tho said corporation will be held at the House of Charles Ihrie in the Borough of Allentown on the 2gth Day of july 1855, commencing at 10 of clock a. M., and closing at 5 p. By order of the Board of commissioners. A g. Renninger Secretary. N. B. The commissioners will meet at 9 clock on Tho same Day and at Tho same place. Jui a 27.______ 1 -5w new mess Shad. A veal no. 1 Saybrook Shad Ina a a of barrels just received and for Sale at Tho store of i Thomas b. Wilson. Ii�?4w p. Bashes. Go performs All operations on to a the Teeth with the Teeth with Success. Ilis Mode of inserting artificial Teeth cannot to surpassed for Comfort to Tho wearer and durability and Beautiful Ness in App Aranco. The general satisfaction lie has Given for years has been duly appreciated by the patronizing Public. Office no. 48 East Hamilton Street us stairs a few doors cast of Pretz Guth amp cons store. A a july4 a a la a. Wanted. A situation is wanted no teacher and organist. For particulars inquire at this office. April 4. A of 3 3 33,33333333333 just received and for Sale at Ouk of file the married woman s Only one Dollar per copy c7�?�seo advertisement in another Register s notice. Notice is hereby Given to the heirs creditors and others who May be interested in the estates of the following deceased persons in Lehigh county to wit 1. The account of Samuel Seider executor of the estate of Abraham Seider dec a 2. The account of Edward Lerch administrator of the estate of Peter ung Anst dec a. 3. The account of Aaron Shifferd actor. In fact of Henry Shifferd executor of the estate of eve Snyder dec a. 4. The account of George s. Krause guardian of David Urffer do cd a. 5. The account of Levi Lichten Waller executor of the estate of Henry Schmoyer dec a. 6. The account of John Schaf Lucr and Charles Bauer executors of the estate of George ,.dec�?Td. 7. The account of Daniel Quot a. Kistler administrator of the estate of David b. Lichten Waller dec a. 8. The account of Jacob ice aus and Quot William Smith administrators of the estate of John Smith dec a 9. The account of David Peter guardian of Emanuel Wehr. 10. The account of Jeremiah Ritter the estate of Stephen Ritter dec a. 11. The account of James Mcclelland and John Mcclelland administrators of the estate of William Mcclelland dec a. 12. The account of George Ludwig guardian of Catharine Albright. 13. The account of Edward Kohler administrator of the estate of Gideon Zullner . 14. The account of Conrad Frey and Aaron Bast executors of the estate of Joseph Frey do cd a.15. The account of Elizabeth Schirer and. David sheirr administrators of Tho estate of David choir or do cd a. 16. The account of Abraham Rice and Manas ses Rice administrators of the estate of Jacob Rice dec a. 17 Tho account of Daniel Saegr administrator of Tho estate of Charles inc Ger dec a 18. The account of Joseph k. Heist Charles k. Heist and Reuben k. Kleist executors of the estate of eve heist do cd a. 19. The account of Solomon Weaver agent for Jacob Weaver executor of the estate of Hannah a Wisloff do cd a. 20. The account of Solomon Kemmerer and Martin Kemmerer executors of the estate of Martin Kemmerer do cd a. 21. The account of Henry Romig. Jr., administrator of the estate of Honry Romig sen., dec a. 22. The first and separate account of David Martz one of the executors of the estate of Frederick Miller dec a. 23. The first and separate account of Peter Harris one of the executors of the estate of Frederick Miller do cd a. 24. The account of diaries Ritter and Thohas Ritter executor of the estate of Miclia Fttie ter dec d. 25. The account of Elias Mertz agent for Anna Matilda Mill administrator of Daniel Mill do cd a. A 26. The account of Israel Oswald and Jonas Oswald executors of the estate of Daniel Oswald dec a. 27. The account of Tobias sterner administrator of the estate of Mary Smith dec a. 28. The account of Jonas Weaver and Samuel Camp administrators of Tho estate of Henry Weaver dec a. 29. The account of Willoughby Fogel Gaur Dian of Sarah e. Weidner. 30. The account of Willoughby Fogel administrator of the estate a if John Smith jr., do cd a. And guardians have filed ?,1 registers office in Allentown in and for the county of Lehigh which said accounts will be Laid before Tho orphans court of said county for confirmation on tuesday the 7th Day of August 1855, at 10 o clock in the Forenoon. Samuel Colver Reg stir. Allentown july 4. 11�?tc a new transportation line the undersigned hereby informs the Public a that he has established a new transportation line and that he or now prepared to ship All kinds of merchandise &c., from Philadelphia to Easton Bethlehem Allentown Mauch chunk. Penn Haven and All intermediate places. Goods will he received and shipped from no. G5 North wharves below Vine Street Philadelphia. The line is fitted out in the Best possible manner which enables him to transport All goods entrusted to his care with safety and despatch. As he is a new beginner he Hopes by careful and prompt attention to business to be favored with a Liberal share of patronage. Nenry Schweitzer proprietor. Agents. R. B. Sellers amp co., Philadelphia. George w. Housel Easton. G. Amp a. Bachman . Andrew my Curty Bethlehem. C. Amp w. Edelman Allentown. Der persons having goods in the store House at Allentown Are requested to take them away without delay. June 27. A a of n Otic it la court of common pleas of Lehigh county. February 20, 1855. A a the Lehigh county agricultural society made application praying the said court to Grant an order that the said association be and become a body corporate in Law and equity under the provisions of the several acts of Assembly in such cases made and provided. The application was read and accepted and the court direct notice to be Given in at least one newspaper in the Borough of Allentown that unless cause be shown against the same on or before the first Day of Tho next term of this court the prayer of said petition will be granted. From the records. Attest of. E. Samuels prothonotary. July 4. If of Havana Sega 8fore h. Boas manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer in tobacco snuff and Segars no. 9 North seventh st., Allentown a. The Subi crier shiite re himself to say Tinl a he has at All limes the Best and cheapest took of tobacco and regain Ever brought to this place. Dealers in the above articles will find it to their advantage to give me a Call As i sell at the lowest Liila Delphia and new York wholesale prices. A general assortment of american and foreign Leal tobacco always 011 hand. 0 h. Boas. Mav 9. A bands. Stotz Oeth he undersigned give notice agreeably to the j Laws of Pennsylvania that they purpose making application at the next term of the legis. Insure of Pennsylvania for the incorporation of a Bank to be located in the Borough of Cala snug qua and county of Lehigh under the name style and title of the Hank of Quot Cafa Sauna in hate general banking am discounting pm Leges the capital to be Huju Inen Troub arh Dollaus and to commence operations when the said sum of one Hundred thousand dollars shall have been paid in. Joseph launch James d. Schall. Robert Williamson John Thomas David Thomas Uriah Bruner e. H. Huber Reuben Dilcher George Scherar William it lilians Henry Sellers Reuben Patterson Charles Ora Fin run w11 Ham Goetz june 27. John Williams Joshua Hunt or. Augustus h. Gilbert charts g. Schneller Simon sterner Peter Laux James w. Fuller Samuel Thomas Owen Rice Uhn Les d. Fuller lit. Is. Murium s. H. Lacier f. B. Martin. £�?6m ii the largest Stock of Keady made clothing boots and shoes Ever seen in Catasauqua is at Getzs cheap stove. Tam. Go to adopts this method to inform the a a citizens of can Sauna and surrounding country that he now has on hand a very Largo and excellent assortment of ready made clothing ii dot3 m and is confident his Stock cannot he excelled in Tho county. He has lately received from Philadelphia a very heavy Stock of Spring and summer goods of Tho most fashion table styles from All of which to will make to order and also keep on hand a Supply of read made choth1ng. Orders to make up goods to measure will be accepted with pleasure and punctually attended to and As he is a practical tailor to will guarantee perfect fits and none but Tho Best workmanship will to us flared to pass his hands. His ready made consists in part of dress Coats of Overy imaginable Stylo for Spring and summer Wear. Pantaloons fancy and Plain of All prices. Summer pants in great variety vests Satin fancy and Plain drawers shirts collars cravats suspenders &c., &c., All of which he is deter mined to sell at the lowest prices. To also has on hand a very of gentlemen a so per Fine. French to Rocco calf skin and Patent leather boots besides a Largo lot of coarse men s and boys hoots. His Stock Ofladis shoes is very Large among which can to found every possible style. Children a shoes of every variety and style Plain and fancy coloured. ,9. It a of. Notice. To the tax collectors and tax payers of Lehigh county for the year 1855. To ii reas a number of the citizens of la High county have expressed a desire to pay their taxes during the month of july in order to secure Tho five per cent discount provided for by several acts of Assembly of this Commonwealth and in order to maintain the Honor Ond credit of Tho county the commissioners have. Resolved that Tho respective collectors of the county and militia taxes levied and assessed on the property and things in the differ ent townships and boroughs in the county of Lehigh he and they Are respectively authorized and directed to make 011 abatement of five per cent on the amount of state tax to each and every person who before the 27th Day of july next pays the whole amount of county and militia taxes to them respectively charged for the year a. 1855. The collectors of Tho several wards and townships arc requested to pay Over to Aaron Troxell esq., treasurer at his office in Allentown All monies so collected As state county or militia taxes As follows a those of Lynn Heidelberg lower Macu Ngy upper Macu Ngy cats qua and Lehigh Yard Allentown on the 25th of july. North Whitehall South Whitehall lower Milford upper Milford Washington and Towhill on the 20th of july. North and South wards allo Tow Nunno Vor upper Faucon Weisenburg and Salisbury on the 27th of july. Collectors will take notice that no paper Money of less denomination than five dollars and Only such As is Par in Philadelphia except Relief notes will be received for taxes. For the Benefit of Tho collectors to will say to them to to on their guard in taking notes of Tho following Banks As Thero Are Many counterfeits on them of various denominations to wit the Harrisburg Bank old Issue Middletown Bank and Relief Northumberland Bank Schuylkill Bank Doyles town Bank Lancaster Bank 10�?Ts and 20 s am Relief. The Farmers and drovers Bank of Waynesburg Hon Cadalo Bank Erio Bank Are not Par. The collectors and tax payers will also hear in mind that Tho final settlement of taxes must be made speedily that the forbearance heretofore extended can in no Wise be allowed hereafter. Tire collector need not be put off with n Promise to pay him next Spring or Winter it will Avail nothing. The commissioners by the act of Assembly Are limited for a final settlement of the militia taxes on the first monday of dec Mhor next consequently on or before said time a final settlement by the collectors must to made if no Quot final settlement is Mado up to Tho specified time no Exon orations will to allowed and Tho tax must to paid in full according to Tho duplicates. It is expected the collectors will strictly adhere to Tho above in the discharge of their duties. Joseph Miller. John we Ber v come cars. Samuel Sieger \ attest Edward Beck clerk com ers. Office Juno 27. If startling buy True i what every woman Hohle know. How often it happen that the wife linger from year to year in that pitiable condition Ai not Era Foro noday to feel the Nappy and Law Ftp onco incident to the Onjo Yamout of he Ollir. The Blooming Bride but of Fow Dearango in the Flash of health adv out and Buo Vanoy of spirits rep Idle and apparently 1�? oxalic Abiy becomes a fee ble full okla Sallow Dilu Tantod wife with Frame onic Atod nerves in stratus. Spirits depressed countenance bearing Tho in Prmt of us sorling and an utter physical and mental proft traction arising from Ign Radco of Tho simplest and plainest rules of health As the Mik Nago state Tho violation of which entails disease suf Loring and misery not Only to the wife hut often hereditary complaints upon the children a a unto tiie tii Irb and fourth Oene Bation Quot try in Quot not it it Quot a consumption sch Ofutt , a san to s evil and outer and. Worn do Voici of a dreadful inherit Anco a film the i it a rents. Quot and most this Continuer must this psf la Thora at remedy no Relief no Hope a Trio remedy is by knowing Tho cantos Njma amok Lam Thorn Anil Knowle to remedies and boned Long by Sierat those aro1pointed out fat / my of the married woman so private medical companions by or. A. Hauk1ceau,. In Onisor or Dihe abes or Woof. Okie Hundredth edition 500,000lsmo.,. 2nt of Funk l Arat urn blvd my 91.0 h a Standard work of established reputation found in Tho catalogues of Tho great Trade sales in now yol Philadelphia and other cities and sold by Prond booksellers in Tho United states. It was first Publ isl in 184?, Frinco which time five Hundred thousand copies been sold of which Thoro Woro upwards of Ose Iii Odred thousand sent by mail attesting the High estimation in which it is bold a a so liable popular medical Book Fob every female the author liar log Dov ofed his exc Tubre Attenson to Tefr treatment of complaint no Juliai to female in respect w which lie u yearly Rousu Tod by thousands both in a mob and by letter. Lloro Otery woman can discover by comparing her 01nf symptoms with those described Tho nature Ohar Aticy causes of and Tho proper Remedios for her complaints Tho wife about becoming a Mother has often needed instruction and Nevico of the utmost importance the Fier future health in respect to which her sensitiveness co bids consulting a medical gentleman will find anole Ltd strict Lon and advice and also explain Many symptoms which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm a aft Tho peculiarities incident to Hor situation Are dec Ribout Tiow Many Are suffering from Obston Cloos or Shugu Luffe i tics Peculiar to Tho female system which undermine tit health the effects of which they Aro ignorant and flav which their delicacy forbids seeking to Dlce of adv afr Many suffering from prolapse in Uteri fal hog of the Tom tar. Or from Fluor at bus weakness debility amp a Many in constant agony for Many months preceding con Fly it moot Many Havo difficult if not dangerous Doliver and slow and Uncertain recoveries. Some whose Uvea a9 hazarded during such time will each find in its pages Tea moans of prevention amelioration and Relief. It is of Courso impracticable to convey fully the Vario Ulf subjects treated of As they Aro of a Saturn strictly in tended for Tho married or those contemplating marriage Reader Aro you a husband or a father a wife of if Mother Llave you to sincere welfare of those Yon Loro at heart Provo your Fei Cority and lose no time fir learning what causes inter Cro with their health and hap1 Pincus not less than your own. It will avoid to you add yours As it has to thousands Many a Day of psf and an Feiy followed by sleepless nights incapacitating the mind for its Ordinary avocation and exhausting those Means for medical attendance Modl Cine and advertised nostrums which otherwise would provide for declining years Tho intr Mittiea of ago and Tho proper education of your children. ?ueuj0 a we rec Tiona Havo been attempted As Well on Boot Keneran Agnoni the Public by imitations of Tutlo Page spurious surreptitious infringements of copyright and Oths devices and deceptions it has been found ,.to caution the Public to buy no Book unless Tho words u or. A. U. 329 Liberty Street n. V. A of on and the entry in tha clerks office on Tho Back of Tho title Page \ Sod Bur Hnata Llull til til Lingam al. J a _ 1 a. By of respectable and honorable dealers or Send Brill and address to or. A. . Upo a it panion1 upon receipt of one Dollar a a the Quot Quot a a Many a private medical com is seat a matted free to any part of that a a and a a United Stales the _ _ All Jotters must be poit paid and addressed to or British provisos Job printing. Neatly executed at. The a Register Maui eau Box 1224, cite publishing office no. 129 Libert Theu us York. Agents w Haines amp Diefenderfer Allentown t. B. Peterson j. Moss amp and Tho Cowper Thwait Philadelphia Spangler amp Broil Lancaster ii. A Lentze Reading i Bennair Sumneytown. January 10, he pm Reeve l. Knight a successor to Hartley amp Knight bedding and carpet warehouse no. F48 South second Streel Philadelphia where he keeps constantly on hand a Fulz sort Mont of every article in in line of business. Feathers featherbeds Patent Spring distresses curled hair Moss Corn Husk and Straw males sell. Velvet tapestry Beautiful Brussels three. Ply Ingram venetian list rag and Quot her Fiji carpeting of cloths Canton matting Cocos and Spanish matting floor and Stair drug gets Hearth eur door Mats table anti piano covers to which he respectfully invitee the attention of purchasers. Oct. A 1854. _ 11 school teachers wanted Vij once is hereby Given that the school direct Ai tors of upper Macu Ngy school District Wilf meet at the Public House of a. Erma in la feb a gels Ville. On the 8th Day of August 1855,for the purpose of engaging eleven competent school teachers to Tench five months for the salary of Twenty five dollars per month.-. Such who fief desirous to make application for a school Nonit be present at this meeting to undergo an examination. By order of the Board. T. G. Big Einig Sec. June 20._�_1_7w Justim amp Fml commission mercy uts a Ltd dealers in Fine a re Jef Ayo. 40 South water Street a a have constantly on hair cheese starch pure spice of a butter Sweet Oil Seays lard Castile soap Tortey dried fruit. It hic soap Sal. Soctt cranberries Sal Aratus it sealed herring Ess. Coffees Farina Dairy 8afrrf e county merchants sending orders to Evseff May roly on having the same Quality of go ohm sent and at the same Price As if they were personally present. May 30. Of by

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