Yout h's Department
Down through the orchard wandered we.
Where, bending low. ih burdened tree,
Hung full ( frttftntfe yellow,
Twas morning, and tn autumn son
hone ou tlif leaves el gold and dan
With radiance soft aud mellow.
There came a blash upon her cheek,
I thought my time hail come to speak.
She seemed so sad and teuder;
T touched her suowy, dimpled hand.
But found no words t my command,
My buruiug love to render.
Jit last we-paused beneath a tree;
The branches that sheltered her aud me
Reached low its lu.-cious fruit:
"Be seated, pray." I gently plead.
"I cannot cauriot," Soft she said,
Tin iu niv walking suit."
Love has fillet in his eyes;
' He sees not with the eyes of men;
Whom his tine issues touch despise
The censuresjif indifferent men.
Therein in lovcnn inward sight,
That nor in wit no? wisdom lies;
He walk in everlasting light,
Despite the fillet ou his eyes.
If I love yon, and you love me,
'Tis fur substantial reasons Sweet
For iwmethinij other than we see,
That satisfies, though incomplete;
Or, If not satisfies, is yet
4 Not mutable, where so much dies;
Who love, a we, do not regret,
There is a fillet on Love's eyes I
OUR VILLAGE VISIJOB.
merchant was her favorite. With him Dubois took Mr. Huntley's arm, and
she went to a picnio, and with him retired to the parlor, and presently
she4went to church, where she was afterwards the white-haired man
among the most devout of the wor- named Dr. Bumpus, followed them,
shippers. The first two had seated themselves
Yes she was certainly fond of the upon a sofa, and the latter took a scat
company of Mr. Huntley, and it is in a chair between them and the door,
tint tn le wondered at that he should and, at the same time, a stout, dark-
iuw,nmflfAt n hw. Nhp was nrettv. taceu man. in a iree-ana-easv sun 01
she was witty, she was intelligent, and red flannel, bad stopped upon tfce
she had strong common sense; and, threshold, and was standing in the
furthermore, she waa young and buoy- open door-way.
,t What mnre nould h ask in a Miss Dubois saw these two men
wife ? If he thought of dower, her saw the positions thev bad taken and
nonvftrsation of herself had convinced her teeth came together with a snap,
k;m that hor father was weal- and her lins were compressed and
IF 1U " I . s,
One evening Aaron Huntley came "Sir," she said, addressing the
from the parlor, where he had been white-haired man, "you stare at me
nlavino-chess, radiant. He had pro- as though you had met me before
posed, and had been accepted. He And as she spoke her right hand stole
managed to keep the sweet, blessed down by her side toward the pocket
secret, four-and-twenty hours, and then of her dress.
he let it out to the landlord, and was "Look, my dear, and see if. you
nrnrrsnkted. The store-keeper was don't remember me." With this the
happy. He walked as one who treads white wig was lifted off, the green
on air. He was smiling and gracious spectacles and the white beard re-
. - . I r 4. r m i
to bis customers ana even gener-1 moved, revealing a- compact, sinewy,
ous. 1 keen-eyed man. of about forty.
"Of course." whispered Clara, with 1 On the next instant Miss Dubois
her head resting -upon Mr. Huntley's had a pistol in her hand, and was
shoulder, "we cannot be married until cocking it; but the man in the chair,
my father comes. I have written to and the man at the door, bad both
. W-m. . m mm Mm 1 m U ml
him, and told him all. been watchful of her. J ney were
Yes he knew she had written, for upon her before she could do any
on that very day he had mailed the mischief, and after a sharp, furious
letter, address to "Col. Charles struggle a struggle in which the two
H. Dubois, Philadelphia, Pa." strong men had severe work to do a
"And," pursued Clara, with emo- pairofrachet irons were upon her
She landed at the one hotel of our tion, "I know he will like you. He wrists.
quiet village, on a Saturday morning, has been a kind and indulgent papa Mr. Huntley for the second time
Wo noticed her. uarticukrlv because to me." that day had been thunder-struck
she was alone, because she was a "I hope he will like me, darling." so completely struck that all power of
stranger, and becauee she waB very "Oh, I know , he will. lou will defending his promised wife was lost
pretty. She appeared to be a young be content to wait till he comes r to him, and he dd not een reeover
Jadv of two or threo-and-twentv. "Yes, though it is happiness defer- his power of speech until the ignoble
slurhr.lv nhove the medium height, of Ted." irons had been snapped upon her
perfect form that is, if you can admit "Ah ! Aaron, do you think you will wrists.
that perfect health and vigor may go always love me as now ? "In the name of mercy, he at
with perfect form, with large, piercing " Always, dearest!" And he press- length gasped, "why do you treat a
i.i if . Ill . 1 ' xl -1 ll ,1 nil
blaoic eye.-, ana a weaitn of tresses ea ner to nis Dosom in uteexuuerumxMjaay wiiisi"
floating over her shoulders. She was of his affection. "Afadwl lhat'sgood! bay, you
habited in a neat and convenient trav- After this, Miss Dubois was much are Aaron Huntley, am t ye?
eling dress, and as she stepped from at the store, and, in her playful happy "Yes, sir."
the stage-coach to the piazza her way, she assisted often in the post- "And was robbed last night ?"
movements were supple, though a lit- office, which was a square room parti- "Ye-es, sir."
tie cramped by her long ride. A itioned off in one corner of the build- Well, I am Captain Joyce, of the
'larcrc. canvas-covered trunk followed I in?. New York detect' ve force, and this
her into the hall, and after she had And so the days went on, and Aaron fair companion of yours has been g?v
been shown into the parlor, the regis- Huntley was certainly the happiest iog me considerable of a waltz lately,
ter, with pen and ink, wa brought man in the village. But one morning as he can tell you."
for her signature. She nodded pleas- a thunder-clap fell upon bfni. He "He!"
antly nodded with a smile that com went to his store, and found the rear "Yes, sir, He. Didn't you ever
pletely captivated the impressible door ajar. He went to his safe and hear of one John Itopert, otherwise
clerk and then, in a very pretty, found that it had been opened, and called Liverpool Jack?"
Italian hand, wrote her name "Miss the money taken the savings of "I have read in the papers of a big
Clara Dubois, Philadelphia, Pa." years ! reward having been o-Tcred for Liver-
Lrfiter, as the landlord politely es- In anticipation ot his marriage, Mr. pool Jack, answered Mr. Huntly.
corted her to the supper-rooms, she Huntley had thought of purchasing a wonderingly.
informed him that she had heard of house, and had drawn five thousand "Well. returned Captain Joyce,
his house that it was quiet and well- dollars from the bank in a neighbor- "hei-e we have biro, as large as life,
kept, and that she had come for a short ing town for that purpose. Then he and he would be full as nat ural if it
rest and respite from the din and had three thousand dollars laid aside wasn't for h's ferouiine masquerade.
turmoil of the great city. And then, for the purchase of goods for the fall O, he's a keen one, he is, sir; but I
with the sweetest smile imaginable, trade; and in addition to this there fancy we'll sing h'ra a song of Sing
she added : had been about two thousand dollars Sng now, and if I ain't greatly out,
"As 1 am alone, and a stranger, I of government money in his keeping. we;n find your lost money for you."
ought, perhaps, to say just a word of It was just at the close of a postal And so Aaon Hontly lost a wife;
myself. My mother is not living. quarter and the post-master of several but he regained hs ten thousand dol
My father and I have lately returned adjacent villages, having no safes of aia, though it was a long, long time
from an European tour, and I have their own, had entrusted their returns before he regained anything like his
sought this quiet retreat while he to his hands. So that full ten thousand old prde and self-complacency ; for he
prepares our house in Philadelphia. dollars had been stolen from the safe, had, indeed, for four weeks, been
If he ctvh leave his business he may, For a time Huntley was like one wasting the love of hs tender heart
in the course of a few weeks, come up distracted, but he bad sense enough to upon one of the most accomplished
after me." make his loss known at once to the rogues that ever crossed the Atlantic
The gjod host was grateful for the deputy sheriff, and the officer, with a
information, and very glad the young posse was soon on the search. It had
lady had honored his house with her beeu an adroit robbery, and in the
WW l 1 -t a - a . Of 1 t
presence, lie would do what he 1 outset the searchers had no possible
could to make her stay comfortable clue. Both the lock of the ddor and
the lock of the safe must have been
Very soon Miss Dubois became ac- picked by skillful hands, for, neither
quainted with the guests of the house of them was injured in the least,
aud proved herself as intelligent and Miss Dubois was early at the store,
(ntertaining as she was pretty. She and when she heard of her lover's
played well upon the piano-forte, but loss she endeavored to console him.
did not sing. She played chess, too, "Don't worry, dearest," she said,
though there was onlv one party in "When my father comes I can. help
tin liuun r. f urtfli Vk am I nrvii T T tlii 1 Ana tai If okn 1 I
I ii- l iva n.ic.nl nn n.wl ! IfB I am I i in 4iw a limit " I . ' . '
I'll ii.ii . I I tcim ui nic tuuiv ui xauvcy swuu
- iruuuw waiKcu inucn in and about the "But, Clara, I would not have it ty, but upon giring a bond of $1,000 lor
v ,.uSr. i.eocum uiieresieu in me appear that I married you for your his appearance at court was released
plnoe, and spoke favorably of all that "Nnno-htv man. hush ! Will vmi He failed, however, to make hie aDDear
j"v. m w . w - - - rj ' i " J i ' w e
she suw. tier usual walkintr-habit Lnf W mo lnro vn.i o no 9 ance at court, and his security. W. A
was a dress of black silk, and a jaunty I What could he say more? I P&terson, seeing that he was responsible
Owns hat, and very tew men met her liWiiw im hnt nnf tMM f lor " amount ot the bond, bad been
on the street who did not turn to taka the burglar. The sheriff bad hit two winBy powible means for bis re arrest,
a second view. Lr u ' r,1aa:w tV W th hA but hw Saturday bad be been
inr.linw nT fKo Vinnl ,o V. i.j i. . SUCCCSSful
- "" .ii ipci to nfi HiiiiWNN. in rnp mnrrnw np i . -r . .
Anrnn H.mflov vfm Unt 41 7Vi S.rwZ. i 7i . 1 noue out seeing i-aterson approacmng
w j m iuv1- I wiiti 111 sor, rnrrn noiin. linniiior rnnr i ... .j . l. . . l -e.
.(..,:. L1 ..m. i i I . . . P ' r . aneiuutcu iu run, out not oeing swiu
lal store m the village, and was also meantime, he mieht receive a favora- Uh tt -1. .n .rt.iL . nA
. . . .. i IT. S fm . w J ITrrT " "" mvnwmrmm . uu
"Ul p"wi'icr. no was a man 01 ble answer to some of the numerous while in th. i.t f elimhin I'.u
r,,... '..,.i. . i i .1 I . " i '
twuuu auu goou-ioos- telegrams he had sent off? ersot struck him over the bead with j
ig, aim iiau oecn a wiaower ten years. When the stage arrived that eve- rifle gun, which felled him to the ground
a. I I A. I 11 . I . I m ... . . . .
jju u u uHiuer-ncarcea man, aiDeit ninir an old srentleman. with white after wlwcb toe was bound and delivered
a little self-sufficient and important : hair and beard, and wearing an enor- 'he officer.
but he was ijnprcssible and callant. mnna fiir nf ornn otaA wae The manner iu which be was alleged
and he could unbend to the softer sex. helned out. and. leaning heavil unnfi have been carrying on the counterfeit-
In fact, he quietly enioved what he k;. o-ff kkkii ,nff remarkably peculiar.
a ' , . . t 7 I io oiwui uuivvu PUtUi UVJUUICU lUbU tUB I J.ll ; . ,
j iuai a one uonar uni ig rat.cn, cna bo
Valuable Ton Lots For Sale
The ODdersifrned offers for Sale the most
desirable ooimproTed baildinjr lots iu the
j all and examine plots.
venu ew . inn
Oct. 28 1875 if
- V I
Carolina Central Railway
Omos Giihal BoraairrturoaaV.
Wilmiufum, jr. a Audi 14. W.
VS.. ' i . -
Change of Schedule,
Oa and after Friday, April 1U. 1876.
tbia Railway at follow .
trains will ran over
Leave Wilmington at T15 A
Arrive at Charlotte at
Leave Charlotte at ,
Arrive in Wilmington at .
a: ' rtkcm waa sla iiis V ishrvH' t .11
rton at. . .
Arrive at Charlotte at.
..'.00 A. M
7.00 P. M
..r... ....6.00 P II
.v.. .. . .6.00 P M
SAVE MONET, SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIKE, BY USING THE FAM
(Fee Simple, Sheriff' e and Commis
Arrive at Char
Leave Charlotte at.....
Arrive in Wilmington at. G.OO A M
Leave Charlotte at - .00 A M
Arrive at Buffalo at - ..ls M
Leave Buffalo at 12.30 P M
Arrive in Charlotte at 4.30 P if
No Traius on Sundaj eocept one freight train
that leaves Wilmington at 6 p. m., Instead of
on Saturday night.
Connects at Wilmington with Wilminaton
Wei don. aud Wilmington. Columbia A A agnate
Aaiimauit. oemi-weeaiy Acw lora aud Tn
weekly Baltimore aud weekly Philadelphia
Steam em, and the Kiver Boats to Payette vi He.
uounects at Charlotte with iu Wei tarn Di
vision, North Carolina Railroad. Charlotte A
Stetenvile Railroad, Charlotte A Atlanta Air
Line, and Charlotte, Columbia A Augula Railroad.
Thus nunnlvine the whole Weat. Northwe it
Q . L. T 5.i- . M . it -
ouu itiiuuhcm wiiu a raon anu cneap line io
me aeaooaru and Europe.
8. L- FREMONT.
Chief Engineer aud Superintendent.
May 6. 1875. tf.
It will run lighter. It will torn voar land better, It will Make
von less to keee it hi order, than an? other Plow roa hare ever
We will fnraiaa yoo Potnu oae year tor oo plow in ordinary lead tor
ywopay your bteekaaaiUi So do theaaaae oa voor old fashloaed Plow T
We have juat smsW a great reeoclisa la Price ?
All weaekof yoo ia. Try it, aad thaa U pan don't like it bring it back
be refunded to yoo.
WK WARRANT EVERY PLOW
Dollar Wi tt da
GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN Cos
Late inrtOa At GLOIGH O IU. CO.,
Land and ChaUle),
JVcltL and SffiU JfCetidm,
all done on short notice and at
TEBY LOW BATES.
Br-Court Blanks, Deotls and Mort
gages, ready printed and for sale at
Piedmont Air Line Railway
Richmond St Danvile, Richmond &
Dauviile fi. W., N. C. Diriion, and
norm western n. u. J&. w.
Io Effect ea aad
afer feaeay. Not.
into America. N. Y. Ledger.
ARREST OP A COUNTERFEITER.
On last Monday evening, U. S. Depu
ty Marshal N. W. McKlrov, of Madison,
brought to Asheville jail, Samuel Bennett,
who is charged as being a counterfeiter.
It seems that this is the second arrest
that has beeu made of Bennett. The first
time he was arrested, he was cautrht
hile in the aet of nassinc: a counterfeit
a cwrnnn hia nomo nnnn lkt 1
. . . . . - ..111. xn, oi'uvu uja iiuuc uuuu hit; i c r.nH M tn
niarrircablo young ladies of the vil- register, in t tremulous, straggling S?tTSl"no
lagc; and, a certain power he did cer- h?nd "Dr. Srrrr 11tttt 7& Y B llZJ ?f
I. n C. ! . 1 " . 1.1
i..Mn y poraa, iur in addition to 018
heuii a successful trader, and he had
been careful of his money, which he
And it was Mr. Huntley who play
ed chfess with Miss Dubois. He was
:v v ury fai r player, and she was skillful.
Sometimes he came oil' winner, though
it i doubtful if he realized that his
occasional victory was through the
kind su iterance ot his tair antagonist.
STATIONS. Mail. Exraaas.
Leare Charlotte 9.U ra 146
" Air-I.ine J'nct'n 9 33 - 6 SO
" Halisbary II W " 8.34
" Grecnsburo Ill M WM "
" Uaavilla 6 1 l.lf r M
" Dundee 6.18 I SO
" Burkeville 1 1 36 e.trT
Arrlyg at Itichmoad. X31 r 8 48
STATION. Mail. Earaasa.
Leave Cidnnad .S8 r a I 6.08 . M.
" Barkevi U 4.&S - I 8 M
' lnnuo 10.33 " I 14 r a
" Pant Hia 10.39 - 1.17
Oiaenboro. 3 00 a a 3.68 "
" SalUUury 6.33 6.16
" A.T Line J'n. t'o 7 60 " 8.76 "
ArriTeat CharlMie. .. I 8.08 a a 8.43
OOlNt; KtMT. ji.'olXQ w'shT.
STATIONS. I Maiu. i JIaji.
111 JLk go
Address, . J. BR UNER, Leave (tieensboro.
SALISBURY, N. C.
Arr. at Uoldboro'...
3 .00 a a
4 30 '
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS.
FITTED WITH TUE KEWLY I3VKKTED
ICRIBNER3 7AT237BT QUALirTINO
a . . m m
An inranllon havinc a muat ir-" on the rira or tua ii
which the oiiantn .r vi..hk tl t rny larariT i
ami U.e Uali(J J tut rmdcrrd
Eqaal to that of tie tot Pjpejnai tf tb Sane Capacity.
Our rt-l4alfl "Voa CeeHe." "Vi luaisna. "U il l aii-nt. Xrta t rr.
n "CalJu" ur "Clarionet" Ktop, Xieai Ilotw,- T.rawa. - ua am. Hua uav
ALL Til K LATEST 1 31 FKU h3'r
Can be obtained onlj in lb.-e Oramii.
Fifty Different Styles.
Arr. 1 K a a
O R 10
8 11 30 a aijL'vasOOra
Onalitv ami Volume .f Tone bocqoalreU.
PRICES, 850 TO 8600.
FACTORY AND WAREROOM8, CORNER 6 AND CONORER8 Su.
S1H0KT0 FEMALE COLLEGE,
ATE VILLI:, .V C.
The next session will open Sept. 1, 1675.
Terms for board, Ac .have been made as low as
possible to snit the times. Reference: Kev.
Chas. Phillips. D. D.f Prof. W. J. Martin, Kev.
W. A- Wood. Rev. D. E.Jordan, Ex-Gov. Z. U.
Vance, U..n. W. H. Battle, and all friend of
the late Prof. Mitchell, of Chain-1 Hill, N. C.
Aug. 12, lo74. Ciuos.
Laare Qracaaboro 4 .30 r
Arrive a Salem 6 IS "
Leave .Salem 8.4U am
Arrive at (jreennboro 10. S3
ESTABLISHED IN 1830. AO
Wasted in Ercry County
Address GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO.,
May 20 1875. lj.
COME AID SEE !
10 Buggies for sale, a ll grades a ciawb".
I have, on hand, ten Bueaiea which 1 will sell
at the lowest cash prices, and as low, or lower
than any other establishment in North Caro
lina, according to grade. All kiadsof repairing
done, at abort notice.
Those wishing any thing in my line, would
do well to call and see me, before purchasing
elsewhere as I am determined not to be outdone
either in prices or quality of work iu the State.
Call on me at Franklin Academy, 4 miles K.
W of Salisbury, N. C.
O. L. KEEVE8.
Paaatarer l al.- Wavinc ttaleiah at 8.10 m
connect atiireeosboro' with the Northern bound
train; makiagthe quickest time to all Northern
cities. Price of Ticket saiae as via other routes.
Trains to and from points East of Greensboro
connect at Greensboro with Mail Trains to or
from points North or South.
Two Trains dsily, botb ways
Lynchburg Accommodation leav Richmond
daily at 900 A a . arrive at Barkerille 12 26
r a, leave Hurkenlle 13Ura, arrive at Kit b
mond 4 34 m
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
and Richmond, 282 Miles.
Papers that hive arrangements to advertise the
schedule of tins company will b lease an at aa
above and forward copies to Gen'l. Paasenrer
For farther in formation address
JOHN R. If ACM UB DO,
GenT Passenger Agent.
T M B TALCOTT,
Engineer A Gen'l Superintendent
11 2b-'75 100.
0MNIBU8 A BAGGAGE
A )'l so lite village store-keeper and
tli 'pretty visitor became warm friends,
mid it came at ienirtn tnat almost
' erv evcniu&r found them at the chess-
t lev wa the only man who sought
tiis society ot Miss JJuboig. A score
at least, of the young men of the vil
lage were very attentive. She was
V w 1
kind and gracious to all, but she
I'jainly slwwcd that the subitantial
couceived tabe his nnwir nvnrths k.n
ucai wc icocmuiftiitc .
and we are reliably
informed that ha had succeeded in de
Wnnn f ha no nMl annnHul haafnrui ! C 1: i : ir
Kl . i ii , , . w v.. ou-4uwi, uvaiiwu iiauuuie ererii names in xancy couniy
passably coou looks, he waa wpalfhv : u-it a L.li .tl S. ........ . '
y f . ni wwcuwi,uu watuueu wime tue in mis manner. Asneviue Jjrposuor.
...u ..v.y a oomparea witn guests entered the supper-room. The
other people in the village. He had fandlord came to wait unnn him in.
"Landlord, who is that voumr ladv VanUual McUloskey
who iust went in with vonr atnrA. Rome to this city last week. While in
t . .n Mki . i . '"Sir . . -
Keeper r iAupun oe maae a statement, now repuo
"That is Miss Dubois." iished here, in which he spoke of the
'! thought so. Egad, her Waiter melancholy state of thines in Rome.
J T mZ u ..ji Ji t i . w
uuu x were out irienus, ana 1 nave "Th raMmmmi " hp h
11. . t t 4
PWW . W W A WlSn ym tWi on tha aeknnl. nrl hm 5t
would let me have a seat opposite her j A, , . . . .
, ,ii u rVT seised upon the education of the rising
at table, and see if she would recog- JT ,u i... v
tt I mm w n - "J . w w,aa asassaaj
mze me. Uni i th h.r..
"Certainly.'7 . Ia u intpnrled tht rpiii,;., .k.u k
And Dr. Bumpus was seated direct- utterly excluded from the achoola." Th
ly opposite the fair visitor. If he Cardinal thus expresses his opinion on
wat ihed her sharply, and studied her the school question, and shows himself
for at wholly in sympathy with the party in
' lea -. a f it .If m m - w
h wjia 018 UnUfCll that would take education ont
u u a. Iu i. a tt Hrefu"y, she did not notice it;
it not be though that Mr. Hunl the beeranini? of th m 3
... 1 t. I . I . ..- " " " " I ... i .... . .
very busy talking with her companion, 2nuuV E? fJ
and when she found leisure to look ?e al 4 4iCthoMes
around her rw-a-tr had eonrdnded1!?.1 m..du V d ,n 4meric
E. H. MARSH'S
Corner of Fulton & Council,' Streets,
Salisbury. N. C.
Having all uiy new Machinery la opera
attun, I a in now prepared in eunneetion with
the Iron 6c Brass w orks to do all kinds uf
wood work, soch aa Lumber Ureasine,
Tongue 6z Grnvinir, making: Sash. Blinds
& Doors, making moulding from inch to 6
inches wide, also Turniug Ac Pattern mak
ing, Sawirfg Braeketts. dee. Having the
beat Machinery aud first class workmen,
satisfaction is guaranteed.
July 29, 1675, ly.
CRAIGE 4 CRAIGE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
17 Special attention paid to proceed
ings in Bakrnptcy.
Sept. 5, 1873.
Blackmer anil Henderson,
January 22 1874 tf.
I hare fitted op an Oraniho and
Wagon which are alwa? ready to convey ir-
ronn ta or from the depot, to and from panic,
wedding. Ac. Leave order at Msnmon Houe
or at tar LiTery A Hale Suble, Fid
near Railroad bridge.
M. A. r-KIM.l.i.
Aug. 19 tf.
O Y D E N
O U 8 E
Chesapeake and Ohio B R
Mas. Dr. Rscm, Paorairrasm
The Proprirtreaa retarna her woote ihaak
to the trtvi ling public (or their liberal fmxtrm
aKe while -l.e wa- eonneeted with the NaTSOa
Nat harini rrw.m enoiutli at ihc
to accommtMlate ln-r r jterle, "be
ted the BOYUK lIOL Hh and leri.
fil thmt he rn rvow acronmxidatt bee i
cotufortahlr, aad ia the very seat mtrlm, ia tail
lewly Is rai' had beoae, with all tbe
lWnni ruina np the W. X. C. Rail I
from tbe EaM, take Ureakfcat at the BUYDEK
From these ex
u;a atA x . . , , . tase pan in elections.
, . -.w. nna noMwroi uuiY ui n.a;M. u L. ks. ... t i.
XAarnf . . v, w rtJ W a leader io xb.eew CardUuJ.--i SE 1 28 2
Whes the meal was finished, Urn Jf. 1 0bmr. Portiandjsiait
Snirxos 4 Co
Jan, 19, imr-y
Tbe GREAT C At E
Jast Published, in a sealed envelope.
A Lecture on the STature, Treat
ment, and Radical core of Semi n al weak.
neas, or8perinaurrhO)a,mdaeed by Self-Aboee,
Involuntary Emiaetona, Impotency. Nerrous
Debility, and Impedimoata to Marriage gener.
ally; Consumption, Epilepsy, aud Fit; Mentel
aud Phrsical Incapacity, Ac By ItOHEKT
J. CULVERWKLL. M. D., autiior of the
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