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11 Nov 1854

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11 Nov 1854

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Bloomington News Letter (Newspaper) - November 11, 1854, Bloomington, Indiana Bloomington sett Vida mob neg Hov Meeb 11,1854. The xon Taxy crisis. Quot he who of old would rend the Oak. Dreamed not of the the news from can Cunati is startling. The monetary excitement runs High. We Hope the Bankers of that City Are satisfied. Their unjust of urse towards the free Banks of this state has with quot even handed Justice commended the ingredients of the poisoned chalice to their own they have fallen into the pit they dug for of the Warin Polk township great excitement de clans i bread stuffs Gus Money a Sebastopoli. Not taken but Saulie Quick s Range bombarded did we give last week a Brief account of uie commencement of hostilities in Polk township in this county. We have later advices with full particulars of the Progress of the Allied forces in the or urn a of Monroe county. The Allied forces styling themselves a regulators quot exasperated by numerous acts of counterfeiting House burning and notorious lewdness quot took the Law into their own hands quot and met together to administer Justice according we believe the consequence will be that to the code of judge Ultsch. Our Indiana free Bank Money will be restored to Public Confidence and deemed the safest paper currency we have. A great monetary crisis is upon the country however and no one can see the end. Wednesday the 8th itist., was an exciting time in Cincinnati. A run was made on All the Banks of the City. Immense crowds assembled at the Banks and great excitement in jailed. The Cit a a a the banking following Wiley Davar was also to 1-t>�v i of 1 j a on wednesday night Hiram House of Ellis amp Sturges closed. A in j o a a on Friday night oct. 27, they met in Large numbers from fishy to a Hundred at the House of William Fleetwood where they caught George Washington Fleetwood Thomas Jefferson Fleetwood and Andrew Jackson Fleetwood and whipped them severely. On tuesday regu Fleet Wood was also whipped. He confessed to having passed counterfeit Money but being old and ignorant was let off with Only ninety Lashai Thos. Jefferson feb wooo s confess toy. Under Early in i Kerfeit Money to various persons in Heltonville Sivirn. J. A Morton i Parfai Bedford and Bloomington that he Zens Bank by Smead collard amp Hughes j also closed. I serving him right. That he had passed coun John s. Dye went under Early in the morning and left no a amp ., Hewson amp Holmes and t. A stole three pocket knives of Holland a is Foster Goodman it . Also suspended. Join in Helton Vinje and three handkerchiefs of a crease the excitement or. Ellis was at-1 merchant in Smithville. Tacked with congestion of the brain and also that be had counterfeit Money that he it was reported that he had committed us had passed it often and that Jack Jim. Wash Icide. Frederick Gedge vice president sol and Hiram Fleetwood and himself and b. Of the Covington mid Lexington a Railroad l. Brookshire Wiley Davar with Diar Hunter a director of the North in Bank of ky., j were engaged in counterfeiting a Iso old George committed suicide across the River at Cov Krider and a Man by the name of Nelson in in ton in consequence of Loseca incurred Brown county belonged to the same company by him As Security for thu Railroad . He he said Jack Wash Hiram threw himself across the Railroad before the locomotive and his head was As completely Cut off As if ave ered by the Guillotine. We see reports in the papers of the failure of Bankd All Over the United states j it is said that some of the branches of the state Bank of Indiana Are Breeze shaken Over destruction by in Olving themselves with Cincinnati houses to breakdown Indiana free Banks. In this crisis we have no advice to give and we Only say that we will cheerfully re-1 chive most of the free Bank Money fori. Ibo Bast Adak there m Divera and manifold eases in the Lair that by Rei of the Eyce no i importance of Tibe pit Sciples contained herein a Hare acquired certion Apt and det emulate appellations so that counsel Learned in the Law May the More easily refer thereto thus we have the quot six carpenters Case quot quot Shelley a quot Case quot twine s Case quot the squib Case 4fc. To which May be added a Case recently adjudicated in the Monroe circuit court which we shall designate As the quot Buttermilk the reporter deems it meet and proper to report the Case for the better understanding of the Laws of the realm for that by the repeated decisions of Learned judges the Conion Law is settled. Littleton Saith Eminem Portet Etse be pants Sapient Orem quot a Anglice quot no one ought to be Wiser than the therefore it is that even in regard to Buttermilk we should be governed by the Laws of the land for the Maxim quot de Miromu Lex non Carat quot apply eth not to Buttermilk on account of the High estimation in which the common Law holds the cow which in a physical sense doth import a certain quadruped or four footed animal of the gender feminine suitable to the wants of Man. Be Reci Del Case j. I. P. Brought Bis action against m. A. For the use of a horse for two Days for which he claims $1,50. The defendant filed his set off in the words and figures following to wit Bloomi Agtos 1851. J. I. P. Or. To m. A. To use of Garden tools consisting of wheal Barough shovel Hoe and Rake 60 Days in the months of May june and july $2,00. 1852, also three months As above 1,00. The defendant also charged the plaintiff with 180 Gallons or two log Heads of Buttermilk in three months at 6 cts. Per gallon 10,80.oeatb of Luib j. Llbore--bepdintum8of the Sotrop Liiva wbb Keas it has pleased out heavenly father thus to remove by death our beloved Friend and companion miss Rebecca Jane Moore of new Albany late a member of the Neo Trophia society of the Blooming ton female Seminary resolved that the members of this society while they Bow with Humble hearts to this mysterious dispensation of that being who quot doth All things Well quot deeply Moi it a the loss of her quot Cut of quot in her Young prime of years who so lately moved joyously in our midst and by her kind and gentle manners and the sweetness of her disposition won All hearts and diffused cheerfulness wherever she went. Resolved that we will faithfully cherish the memory of dear quot Jennie Moore quot and strive to imitate those amiable traits which made her the loved and trusted companion and that in Token of our love and respect we will Wear a badge of mourning during the present month. Resolved that we tender our Heartfelt sympathies and condolence to the Brothers and Sisters of our departed Friend. Quot weep not for her who Dieth quot a for she sleeps Aud is at rest and the Couch Whereon she lied is the Green Earth s quiet resolved that the committee deliver a copy of these resolutions for publication in the Bloomington news letter and the new Albany papers. Jennie Batterton Mattie Smith it Cam. Jennie Sheeks Neo Trophia Hall nov. 8th, 1854. Jim and sol Fleetwood and himself Wiley Davar b. L. Brookshire Diar Hunter and George Krider were going to Burn up Peter Norman and Thomas Todd and that they would take j. D. Blackwell out some night and whip him till be told who Burnt mag. Anderson s House. He said when asked who Burnt j. . Winfrey s House that it was not him but that he got old Liam Fleetwood to do it. Jackson Fleetwood s confession. Jack says he did change the Mark of old i Jim Mathers sheep wilfully and knowingly and without authority he stole Corn of James Clark and that he went to Fairfax on purpose to pass counterfeit Money and did pass some on debts due for subscription to this paper boy in Humpston s store and the senior editor vill also receive it if Vou for fees due him for Legal services want to get rid of it nov is your time Washington Fleetwood s confession. I Wash said he helped Jack Mark the sheep i a that he had i that he was naturally a thief and so was Brothers and that the Fleetwood were All thieves and do rascals but old Joss. 13,80. The plaintiff proved the use of the horse and that it was Worth $1.00 per Day. The defendant proved that he had furnished the Buttermilk two Gallons per Day and sometimes two Large Blue bucketful per Day All from one cow for three months Worth cts per gallon. The plaintiff proved that the loan of the wheelbarrow Hoe shovel and Rake was a quot neighbourly transaction quot without any stipulation or understanding that a charge was to be made and that he used them Only three hours and that their use was Worth 5 cents. He further proved that the Buttermilk was Slop furnished in the Way of per curiae. May semble que. Lepi recovery. Because it is proved that the defendant had the use of the plaintiff s horse for two Days Worth �1,00 per Day. Moy semble of contrary the defendant ought not to be allowed his set off for that the use of the Garden tools was a neigh a we promised our readers ago that if we came across a the in Ess of fanaticism and intolerance. He who in the noon ii. Blaze of the nine Teeth Century congrats ates himself on the age he lives in. As7>�r exc Deuce the age of in confession. Tell gence reason Freedo from superstition i he said he belonged to a counterfeit Compa no with Diar Hunter Jack Tom Wash Jim ,. Borly act without stipulation or understanding counterfeit Money All the time i a. A i f a a ii a quot should be paid for. Of also of the Buttermilk. They appear from the evidence to have been but the interchange of neighbourly civilities without any intention of charging for the same. Besides it is against reason to suppose that one cow would afford so much milk after supplying the plaintiff s family. It seems i c., had belter look about him before he pronounces final judgment against the superstitious i quot a am and sol Fleetwood Stanford Jacobs a before that the witness was mistaken no Ages that Are past. Although Only about a a a quot be quot jer and a or. Wilson Krider s Quarter of a Century has lapsed since the Ori-1 Gin of mormonism there Are now one hundreds Stanford Jacobs is now in jail in Blooming mul fifty thousand Latler Dav saints of which on two indictments for having in his pos-60,000 Are in Europe 50,000 in Utah and session and passing 880 in counterfeit Money about 40,000 scattered Over Iowa Missouri and Brt Hall of Bloomington. His brother. Wisconsin. Thev have sent out their twelve Anderson Jacobs or better known a quot fool Apo sues into a rious parts of the Globe to is in jail at new Albany for the same doubt honestly and that it was Slop instead of Buttermilk. Judgment for the plaintiff $1,50. Note by lord Coke Saith quot Yikiel quod est Contra rationed est licit my Anglice nothing that is against reason is lawful for reason is the life of the Law nay the com to be is gather in disciples to the new Jerusalem at the great Salt Lake City. Wiley Davar went on to say that the sign last tuesday week at South Boston at a the end of the o clock. M., that being the appointed time. Fri so a hand on the Point of the a belief for the ending of. Tong a the answer was he same Finger make such All sub Lunary things some forty of the believers in that doctrine assembled at the Comer of he confessed that he whipped his wife that fourth and streets arrayed in White i knocked his father Down and stood Over him Robes and anxiously Awa ted the moment when drawn while Marg. Anderson they should make their Grid ascension. Owing opt and stole to the quot concatenation of fortuitous Circum Sun a quot a he Hiram Jim pcs quot and the in clemency of the weather they Fleetwood Diar Hunter did n t quot go quot two women were grinding under Nelson and b. L. Brookshire atone Coffee Mill quot one was left and the i agreed to bum out Thomas Todd Peter other too. Norman d. Gray Henry Clark James Clark they May yet use their Robes on some other Palej. Helton and w. C. Hopkins just i understood of a i Ciai perfection and reason gotten by Long study and not of Man s natural reason and therefore if All the reason that is quot quot quot quot quot were melted into one be could not make such a Law As the Law of the Buttermilk Case will no doubt be regarded hereafter As a leading Case. The defendant recovered a judgment before the Justice for �12,00 and the plaintiff recovered $1,30 on Appeal in the circuit court with full costs. Ref Oeter. Occasion when they Aru quietly wrapped in their winding sheets and Laid away like Ordinary mortals. The quot Angel Gabriel quot is also blowing away on Bia tin Horn in cities in the East and pitching into the Scarlet lady whose Good name Fame and reputation have suffered considerably from his tin Horn and obstreperous vast crowds of dirty faced children red headed women and wild looking men congregate in the streets to hear him and other Street preachers. If they Are to be believe the Pope of Rome must be a terrible monster indeed with Saucer eyes diabolical horns hoofs and Tail. It is said that he breakfasts every morning on a protestant baby plays nine pics every Day with nine of the dear Little innocents Heads decapitated for that purpose and Doinlis wine daily from the skulls of protestant Minisi ers just such stories Are believed by tho Saneis of the ? people this enlightened nineteenth Century Well Here we go Are not disposed to moralize at length upon the subject it is a shame and a disgrace to the country that such Asperities should be encouraged Between the followers of the Savior of the world. Fibs in Magnolia Mills in Madison owned by r. F. Bower were desk ted by fire on Friday night. The Mill was one of the largest in the West being papa. Ble of Mann in tar no Taree Hundred barrels of floor per Day. It Badi been reer atly put in the Woad repair Fen the season s business and the Stock of wheat and flour was Small. The fire b supposed to hav e been the Tok of an Xiaoe diary. The Owa eni were partially wed for pure meanness to gratify a grudge. Iii Rau Fleetwood s confession. He said he had often passed counterfeit Money and confessed his errors in other respects. So ends the they were All except Hiram ordered to leave the country within two weeks which we suppose they will do. It is much to be regretted that Stanford and Anderson Jacobs cannot keep them company. Stanford will probably be detained on a new Yoek following is the of social vote for mayor of the City As Between Wood and Bakkeby for Wood 19,934 quot Barker. 18,582 abject of Abbsom Tolbut Ebeb ofor. And mrs. Of announcing into our Radii to at to fiend the author of pie iii Fei Al a Ine whereby the quot unfortunates Allison inet a horrible death was arrested on wednesday morning at 8 o clock at the Small town of Muscatine in lowly by mayor Snelbaker Captain Hoke and Deputy marshal Lee who left this City on monday having through an intercepted letter addressed to a person in this City discovered the whereabouts of the murderer. It seems that Arrison has been for some time past officiating in the drugstore of or. Dougherty in Muscatine As clerk under the name of willets. This fact mayor Snelbaker was cognizant of and having upon his arrival in the town secured the services of the sheriff and a posse of officers they repaired to or. Dougherty s store where in a Back room with his Back to the door they observed Arrison Reading a newspaper. Going unto him mayor Snelbaker placed Bis hand upon his shoulder and exclaimed quot How do you do or. Arrison quot the effect was electric he became rigid As a Corpse every muscle of his face becoming fearfully contracted. He however denied that his name was Arrison. His trunk was searched and several books found in it the title pages of which had been torn out. One however had escaped this precaution for on a Flyleaf the name of quot William Arrison quot was traced with a he was placed in a boat which happened to be lying at the wharf and in custody of mayor Snelbaker capt. Hoke and Deputy Lee arrived at Rock Island. There the party took the cars and at ten o clock last night Arrison was safely lodged in the ninth Street station House. The first Day of his arrest he appeared quite cheerful and chatted and joked with his custodians but yesterday he appeared much cast Down and when he arrived in this City his spirits were entirely gone. He still denies that his name is Arrison but the facts Are too damning for him to hold out although he has by shaving off his whiskers attempted to alter his appearance. Too much Praise cannot be awarded our worthy mayor and his associates for the prompt Aid skillful manner in which the arrest was made. It reflected a disgrace upon our authorities so Long As the villain kvas at Large. The mayor Felt this and has left no Stone unturned to Trace his whereabouts. The discovery was made in consequence of a letter sent Here whereby a letter meant for an o resembled a a and it was taken out by a person whose name it was made spell in consequence. Upon so slight a mistake Hung the life of the cin. Eng. Bright spot. About a month quot Bright spot quot in the Ohio election returns we would duly inform them of the fact. We have just found one. And proceed to redeem our pledge. In Marion township. Mercer county Ohio 1�4 votes were cast at the election for the democratic ticket and not a single one for the of unionists. Beat that who . A. Ledyar. A a a a quot a a or. E. Newland treasurer of state advertises in the Indianapolis papers that he will receive in payment for Revenue for 1850, Gold and Silver Coin notes of the state Bank of Indiana and of the specie paying free Banks of the state. Also the notes of the solvent specie paying Banks of Kentucky Ohio and Missouri that Are at Par in Indianapolis. The auditor of state gives notice in the Indianapolis papers that the Prairie City Bank. Pedestrian , who walked at Terre haute has cancelled of her notes go consecutive hours upon a Wager at san Francisco and was nearly killed by the Leat undertook on a bet of �3,000, to walk one Hundred hours. Commencing on wednesday he kept on the move until saturday night when he began to show the effects of fatigue and staggered a Good Deal particularly at the turnings. He carried a stick in his hand and a Friend kept by his his Side continually and tried to keep Lum in conversation. As the night advanced Hughes became very drowsy but by the application of stimulants and a slight whipping he was kept in motion until sunday morning when the crowd became so great As to affect him considerably by the Vitia tion of the air in the room where he walked. The time expired at 12 o clock at night but before that time he presented a pitiable sight. His mind seemed to be completely is bldg a ion ?�?awiqr8�z a in the a Hild tii Maiden with the wife Mother religion Shine a holy Benignant Beauty of its own which nothing on Earth can mar. Nevery to was the female character perfect wit Hout the steady Faith of Beauty intellect wealth they Are All Pii Falls dark in the brightest Day unless the divine Light unless religion throws her divine Bilams around them to purify and exalt making twice Gloriosa that which seemed All loveliness before. Religion is very Beautiful in health or sickness in wealth or poverty. We never enter t he sick chamber of the Good but soft music seems to float of the air and the Burthen of their song is quot to peace is Here quot could we look into thousands of families to Day when discontent sits fighting sullenly with life we should find the chief cause of unhappiness want of religion in women. And in felons cells in places of crime misery destitution ignorance we should behold in All its most horrible deformity the fruit of Irry Ligion in women. Of religion Benignant majesty High on thy the one thou sit teat glorious and exalted. Not above the Clouds for Earth Clouds come never Between thee and the truly pious soul not beneath the Clouds for above thee is heaven opening through a Broad Vista of exceeding Beauty. Its Gates Shine in the splendor of Jasper and precious atones White with dewy Light that neither flashes nor blazes but steadily proceed eth from the throne of god its Towert bathed in Refulgente glory ten times the brightness of ten thousand suns yet soft a dazzling to the Eye. And there religion Points. Art thou weary ? it whispers quot rest up Art thou sorrowing eternal Art thou weighed Down a Vith unmerited Ignominy ? quot Kings and priests in that holy Art thou poor quot the very Street before thy Man ion shall be Art thou friendless ? quot the Angels shall be thy companions and god thy is religion Beautiful we answer All is Deso Littion and deformity where religion is not. $57,703, reducing the present circulation of the Bank to one Hundred and ten thousand dollars which is secured by a Deposit in the auditor s office of one Hundred and Twenty five thousand dollars of Indiana five per cent Bonds. List a meeting of the directors of the Jeffersonville Railroad is soon to be held to consider the subject of extending that Road to Indianapolis. They now run their cars thirty Miles on the Madison Road. Plurality for Wood. 1,451 to Congress 20 whigs and 6 democrats Are thus far elected. Seven districts remain to be Beard from. The legislature to supposed to contain a majority of whigs favourable to the reelection of gov. Seward. Cloverdale in Putnam county a Man was taken up before or. Justice Sandt this summer on a charge of Little private business a quot Law suit quot pending i murder in killing an irishman. The Squire tiie Monroe circuit court which on account no of the prisoner three dollars of indisposition he was unable to attend to this i term and which will perhaps quot go agin him quot when he is tried. Anderson c., being a gentleman of More refined and Cosmo Poulan torn of mind having travelled in various parts on professional business in the diversified occupations of dentist Vermith. Tinker lawyer doctor veterinary surgeon horse trader Southern gentleman. Candidate for Matrimony <&c., is now a candidate for the Penitentiary with a eur Prospect of election. The quot regulators quot also opened their batteries on Sallie Quick s mansion which was soon demolished. Bates a recent visit to Indianapolis we stopped at this House and we most cheerfully recommend it to the patronage of the travelling Public. It is inferior to no hotel in the Western country. It is a a importable Qew Ioas and most admirably conducted in All its departments. It is kept by d. D. 8u>as, esq., Fenerly of the capful Hoosz. In Lawrence county a few years ago a Justice of the peace near Heltonville sentenced a Man to the Penitentiary and started him with the Constable. He found out his mistake however and brought him Back. Marshal or. A kaon died of anus risk of the Aorta brought on by Over fatigue and excitement. Physicians of standing say that the grand vessel of the blood the Aorta had been very much weakened and would consequently give Way in a certain space of time. This time had been fixed at two years and when he died it wanted 26 Days of the appointed limit to his life. A Good reason he a say Printer do you take Indiana Money quot what8 the reason Ain t it Good quot quotes. By Don t you take it then to can t get it. Interrogate Mizzle. Distressing class of suicides Are More painfully affecting than those induced by pecuniary embarrassments. When unforeseen losses and pressing claims with visions of blighted Honor and prospective Domestic penury so excite the brain that it becomes unbalanced and rashly accepts suicide As a Relief from its own reflections it is so sad a Case that even those who Sufler by the contingent bankruptcy must pity the soul so tortured. This was our reflection on hearing yesterday that Frederick Gedge the vice president and president pro tem. Of the Covington and Lexington a Railroad being greatly embarrassed for pecuniary Means and having on tuesday his notes for a Large amount protested committed suicide Early yesterday morning. It seems that about 5 minutes before 7 o clock be walked deliberately upon the track where the locomotive and tender were coming backward to him and when they came within fifteen or Twenty Yards of him he Laid his head Down just inside the rail. The steam that was just then let off prevented the Engineer from seeing anything on the Road and he was not aware of or. Gedge s position until the tender struck or. Gedge and at once Cut the head from his body. No blame is attached to the Engineer As he stopped the locomotive and tender whenever he found there was something under the wheels. The deceased was a Man about fifty years of age and was a Man of much Worth and Honor. He leaves a wife and three children two of whom Are married to mourn his rash act. The verdict of the jury was in accordance with the facts. The suicide was committed on Washington Street Between eighth and ninth streets Covington and was witnessed by a number of persons. Or. Gedge was one of the most influential citizens of Covington where he has resided for More than Twenty Yeara. He was at the head of the Gedge amp Brothers firm one of the most extensive tobacco houses in the West he was director in the Covington and Lexington Railroad company and also director in the North pm Bank of Kentucky. He had amassed a Laie Fortune and stood fair As a business Man and a citizen. He was charitable and the poor of Covington in his death have lost a valued Friend. Every class of people lament his demise and Are completely astounded with the intelligence. Many surmises As to the cause of the act if voluntary Are made but the most probable is that the present financial crisis has Given him much uneasiness and perhaps $50,000 of the Covington and Jrex Fagton r. R. Bonds having been protested within a few Days past in new York May be the iii iii due . Col. Gone and he would occasionally speak to the crowd who were endeavouring to arouse him and keep him to his task by every possible Means and ask what they were doing there and such other questions. So far was he gone then that some of them claimed that he had lost the bet. He still maintained his position on the Plank however until Twenty Minu les to 11 o clock when his friends gave up the task of keeping him at his work As a hopeless one and allowed him to come Down. He was walked off quot by them and properly cared for. Though failing to accomplish All that he had undertaken he has nevertheless performed the unprecedented feat of walking without cessation or rest for the space of ninety eight hours and forty minutes. Der the following incident connected with the Battle at Alma is related by a correspondent of an English paper As the 95th regiment was advancing a wounded russian was calling piteously for water when poor Captain Eddington whose heart was As kind und As charitable As it was Stout and Brave ran up to him and stooping gave him to drink from a Small flask of Brandy and water which he carried in Case he himself should be wounded. This revived the wounded Man and poor Eddington ran Forward to join his company when the wretch who had just been restored by his Charity fired at and shot him his Best Friend. This so maddened his poor brother it. Eddington who was in the same regiment and close to him that he in Peri bring a desperate deed of daring also fell Selling his life in avenging the death of his Gallant brother. The two poor Fellows were most affectionate Brothers they fell together and two better soldiers or braver hearts never wore cloth. learn from the Browns town Democrat that a Cooper named Enos Lonsbury was recently drowned in Jackson county. He had taken a lot of barrels what every woman should know. Ever r woman should know that if she is in poor sickly Deb Ligated condition of health making existence a Burden to herself and a source of painful anxiety to her relatives and friends and perhaps horrible reflection entailing and inflicting her own maladies and suf Teringa upon h or children that it is her duty to understand Why and from what cause her sufferings arise that remedy and Relief May while yet there is time be availed of the causes be avoided in future anther health restored that she May be fitted for the duties and capable of the enjoyments of life. Let in Ery woman look at the emaciated form the death like complexion the deep buried Luster Leas Eye the Sui Ken Cheek the gloomy and depressed spirits the shattered nerves the prostrate and helpless condition of Many a wife Mother daughter or sister if not herself include within her own Circle whose Days Are is of agony and ask herself quot must this continue must this be is there no r Medy no i Lief no Hope quot the remedy is by knowing the causes and avoiding Thom ind knowing the remedies and benefiting by diem. These Are pointed out in the married woman s private medical companion by or. A. , professor of diseases of women. Ote Hundredth edition 500,000. 18mo., up. 250. On , extra Bix dig $1 00. Every complaint to which woman is subject from girlhood to womanhood As also As wife and As Mother Are fully described with the causes the symptoms and also proper Mode of treatment in a Plain simple but in the most Chaste language easily understood. And thus every woman can discover by comparing her own symptoms with those described the nature character and bonuses of her complaint and be spared much anxiety and suffering. The wife about becoming a Mother has often need of instruction and advice of the utmost importance to her future health in respect to which her sensitiveness forbids consulting a medical gentleman a will find such instruction and advice and Aliw explain Many symptoms which otherwise would anxiety or alarm. How Many Are suffering from obstructions or irregularities Peculiar to the female system which undermine the he Alth the effects of which they Are ignorant and for Wlinich their delicacy forbids seeking medical advice How Many suffer from pro Lapsus Uteri falling of the womb or Hom Fluor Albus weakness debility a ? How Many Are in constant agony for Many Mont lis preceding confinement How Many have difficult if not dangerous deliveries and slow and Uncertain recoveries some whose lives Are hazarded during such time will each find in its pages the Means of prevention amelioration Aud Relief. To y Many bitter , How much , Nii Glit have a been spared to the sufferer to her husband to her relate res by a timely Possession of this Little volume. It is impracticable to convey fully the marions subjects Foj rated of. As they Are of a nature strictly intended for the married or those contemplating marriage. Bui no husband wife or Mother Are excusable if they still continue in ignorance of those physiological aws by the e knowledge of which their own health and happiness As also the future Irell being of their child a Are a a cured. Quot the married woman s private medical companion quot is a Standard work of established reputation found classed in the catalogues of the great Trade sales in new York Philadelphia and other cities and sold by All the principal booksellers in the United states. It was first published in 1847, since which time Fite he waked thousand copies have been sold of which there were upwards of one banded too Sand sent to mail High estimation in Juch it is had As a Relia it be popular medical Book foil every female the author having devoted his exclusive attention to the treat nent of complaints Peculiar to Fen in respect to Liidi be is yearly Jcj i consequence of the univ i Pohnl mtg of the Worl As evidenced by its Salei tar ions impositions have been attempted i7 Initta Lois of title Page Spuri Odi editions and lers As Upo the ii Refore to caution the Public of a upright As Well upon. Public it has been found Nece Saij therefore to a iii Terry Streeton. is on the title Page and the Down the Muske Latuek to Miu port in a entry in the clerk s office on the Back of the Little Craft which capsized in the dam at quot that place As he was attempting to Row around a Flat boat to effect a Landing the deceased was a Good swimmer and was drowned in still War. To Baakko partly filled with whisky were Fonad on Bis person. No but a it a unless Tjie words quot or. A. H. Minum. Try Street n. Y.," is on the title _ ,. Uie clerk s office on the Back of the tii any Only of respectable and honorable dealers or Send by null and address or. A. Tuaoi Reeni. T in Dopa receipt of one but a uhf a a ote Maiba rigid Woad ii s Phi vat medical icim Pajuf Lbw a is seat imbued pm to a no of of the United states the Kaiim Aad risk prot lakes. All letters addressed to or. A. Mavit i a new York City. Pablit Kinig to. 129 iii Kerr Street. New York. S of a Nib Ltd 16,1854-93m6

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NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!