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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_Rgust_, _184f>, to January, 1815, lie was Biup; _Assistant. Professor of Ethics, &c, _ithe military Academy. On the 8th of ipt. 1S47, be was bvevetted first Lieupant , for gallant and meritorious conduct I the battle of El Molino del Key, and on fe loth of the same month was brevetted aptain, for like conduct at Chepultepec. [e was made First Lieutenant in the army I February, 1858, and resigned on the rth of November, 1856. On the break-|g out of the present troubles he took ftnmand of the District of Columbia milii, and moved them up in the neiffhbor-$_od of _liia recent station. On the formalin of the new regiments of the regular py, he was appointed from the rQtstricb ft _(jo _ltimbla to the Co'lonelfiy of the "Fourlie nth United States Infantry. His comp ission bears date May 14, 1851. On the _seventeenth of the same month he was appointed by Congress a Brigadier-General of _tlunteers, and held the command of the Itird brigade under Gen Banks. His jjtn _ninn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_OTJHCDE ,: >¦¦ J ' - ' ¦ ¦ <¦' - ' •> - .- •• .. a _> ¦ _- _'.•. ' ; -.S _J?._I - , ,-....,A,. ._i ,- .-£:S.l ? Published at f - •¦: ' » ._; t •¦». • .¦(,•»;,• " >.;¦ ¦ . ¦; mwwmmi&m , ' . . " _, THIS IS A. ¦ ' . . . -r : ' LAEGE EEH0IOUS IEWSPAPEE PEINTBDON •:•! ... "' excellent ' _papers:;. , _" i|_f . _^ ? i _^ ANDIN . . . . ;.,: -. SUPE B'lOt S TT L M ; _VK". ¦ >!' ¦ -1-- \ Vs. '¦' h-: ' ! :¦ "?. _i.A ' " ' i . ¦ -.. -IT CONTAINS . - _- • - • ¦ •• ' '¦ on all the leading topics of the day, both Religious and Secular. All the various subjects that present themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent ana Christian people, are discussed from the Christian stand-point, and iri_'the " comprehensive spirit of Christian charity and enlarged benevolence. •From the beginumj5_"of our present National troubles, thin paper, while allying itself withnb political party, has taken high and fearless...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

[_ANKOtJNCfiSlENTS, _GEAM8 5 A»_OTHOBTAL REMARKS, _FlVS Oknis a Like, _Nikb Wo&bs being a Line.] •' DIED—In Pittsburgh, Pa., _OcWbor 6th, THOMAS HENDERSON, of Ohio County, Va., in the lath year of his age. DIED—On the 20th of Jnne, Mr. JAMES M'OLEARY. of Adams County, Pa., in th» 90th year of his age. DIED—IniJohnsonvillo, Ohio, on Saturday morning, October 19th, JAMES H. HOLCUMB, in the 52d year of,his age. He was born in Granby, Conn. DIED—September 7th, of tj'phoirt fcTer,atthe residence of his mother, near _Fredericksburg, O, Mr. JACOB Fi SMITH, in the 23d year of his age.' -.• • ..: : . , -,, •-. DIED—October 9th, of typhoid fever, Mrs. MARY ANNE SOPHIA JENARET, of Fredericksburg, O., in the 60th year of her age. ... ¦ ¦;¦ DIED—At Clarkson, Colunibiana _Couniy, Ohio, October 18th, Mrs; REBECCA, wife of John P.'_Finney, in the 50th year of her age. She was for many- years a member of _tho Presbyterian church of _Clarkson. DIED—^Near Elderton, Armstrong County, Pa., Sep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS in all parts of the land ' The'Compendiumof ¦ ': ' " Bpiestie and Foreign News is prepared with much care and labor. And just now the news in the daily papers is often so uncertain and _cmtr_*- lictory that tlie weekly papers can give by far the most reliable n_6wB for the public, "since the opportunity for sifting md correction is allowed. .'! _riii ' ¦: - ' :!' ' :..- ' _- .\ : ' • ' - ¦¦ ..;.-. ,: f , ' . - ¦ • Under the head of ; the most interesting incidents connected with individuals of note, whether dead or living, are published. And under the head of ; ; T1EIETIES_, ire given the results of Science, Travel, Discovery, Statistijal Information; Ac. of-most value to the public. While at the same time most valuable SELECTIONS from books, magazines, and other newspapers, are given for tiie Christian, the parent, the man of literature and learning Hid for the children.' Nor are the n ' CLMIS Of THE GAEBEN AND TIB FARI _forgotfen; but _muoTi of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

WaiiH- KIBKPATRIGEj '\ JOHN R _KUtKPATRICK, ' Late of the .firm of Kirk- j Late with _Gillespie, _Zeller ; patricfe ft'Mefegar. ;; | & Co., Philadelphia. 5_^5H. ? _ib _EIRBdPATRICK & CO., , ;_WTiolesale Grrocers, FORWA&DIN&-AND ' COMMISSION MEBCL_^_LNTS, .(¦ •"•-." i _AKU _BBAXER8 IK • ¦ PITTBOTRGH _MAITOFACTTmED ARTICLES. Rp. " t99 _iilberty S|» _ppptosite kead of Smithfleld, 1?Ji a PITTSBURGHPA. _< ;Particu.lar attention paid to the sale of Country Produce apS-ly jj : A R TiH O h F ' S S E WI IT (Gr M iCH IN E S. } OPlie'.-Best in; Use. iAm WEM_^ _STYLES ONLY $35.00, Mafeingibie _SHCistK, orLoox Siiich, which is approved for _nU. kinds _qf work, and for very many _yarietiea is theonly admissiidte-sfitchi- ' - ¦¦¦'¦ ¦ ¦:¦:¦<_: ¦>.' • , „ ... -A new supply o_|bothlainHyand MannfecturingMacnmes [pat received. «»» AGENTS WANTED. 11 Send for circular and _Ttrms. Address - _^ ; HENEY M. EHOADS, Agwit, m»_ri 0-1 v Feom-al 8tr«ot. _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Missouri. General Fremont's body guard made a splendid •harge at Springfield, on Friday, the 25th inst., routing no less than 2,000 of the enemy, killing and wounding many. The body guard, under Major Zagoni, only numbered 150 men, of whom 6 or 7 were killed, and 19 or 20 wounded. Major Frank White, who recaptured Lexington recently, at the head of 180 men, and released our sick and wounded soldiers, after driving out some 500 rebels, is the son of a prominent lawyer of New York. Fifty prisoners, taken at the battle of Fredericktown, have been put to work in the trenches at Cape Giradeau. The report of Major Schofield, who commanded the battery in the action, shows that this victory was the most complete of any yet achieved by our army during the war. Jeff. Thompson escaped on foot, after having Ms horse killed under him. The rebel force was about 6,000, while our own force' was only 4,000. Correspondents of the St. Louis papers give the following intelligence: Camp Moeb.issey...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Kentucky. The progress of events in this State will be watched with intensest __interest. In no other border State do Union and Secession sever: so many ties and awaken so many animosities. Moreover, the Union men in this State are enlisting—casting their all into the breach—to an extent, not by any means equalled in Western Virginia, or even in Missouri. The Cincinnati Gazette has a report, from an apparently reliable source, of another attack by Zolhcoffer upon Camp Wild Cat, in Kentucky. It is stated to have taken place on the evening of the same day on which the first attack wasmftde. He attempted to carry Col. Garrard's breastworks by storm, but. was repulsed with a loss of four or five hundred men, while the National loss was only about twenty killed and thirty wounded. There is now understood to be a large National force at Camp Wild Cat, the men formerly at Camp Dick Robinson having been pushed forward to that point. Lottisviile_, Oct. 29.—The Louisville Courier, publi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

fhe Presbyteriaa Quarterly Review, For October, has the following articles: The Nature and Destiny of the English Language; _Refoim in England after the death of Wickliffe; Melchisedeck ; The Divine Humanity of Christ; The Intermediate State; Reminiscences of the Rev. Joseph Addison Alexander, as a Companion in Travel; Phoenicia and Carthage,' Theological and Literary Intelligence; Notices of New Books. The article on Dr. Addison Alexander is by the Bev. Dr. Cox, and _isj owing to the venerable Doctor's peculiar style, a rare specimen of Review writing. fhe Mercershnrg_, Review, For October, has the following articles: The TrueiGonceptiori of _^Christianity; The .Prophets of the Old Testament; The Oldest aud Worthiest Popular Orators j Table Movings and Spirit Rappings; Notes on the Agamemnon of Sophocles ; Mohammedanism' in its Relation to Christianity ; The Coming of=Christ; Catechisms; and Humility, the _Basie of Moral Greatness. The article on Table Movings, &c, make...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Jefferson on Popular Loans. Nbw-Yokk, Oct. 23, 1861. To the Editors of the Evening Post:—The following letter, written by Thomas Jefferson, in 1813, when the Government of the United States, involved in a war with England, was debating the question of a National Loan, will be found to possess a singular pertinence at this time. It will be perceived that he recommended the course, since adopted by Secretary Chase, in the issuing of Treasury notes. As Mr. Jefferson predicted, all classes of our people have invested in the patriotic loan. The original letter is now in the possession of a lady of this city',' and t am informed has never before been published. Yours, respectfully, _i Miohaei Hoffman. Monticeii,o, Nov. 6,1813. jDear Sir: —Your favor of October 1st came duly to hand, arid in it the Memorial which I now return. I like well your idea of issuing Treasury notes bearing interest, because I am persuaded they would soon; be : withdrawn from the circulation, and locked up in v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

visit of the Chief of the Snake Indians. Great Sait Lake City, Oct 27.~Washkee, Chief of the Snake Indians, arrived here,to-day with a band of Indians, and returned to Mr. Bromley, the agent of the Overland Mail Company, a number of horses and mules stolen from the Bear River Station by the Bannock Indians, he having captured them from that tribe. This is the old Chief's first visit to this'place. He received suitable presents for his exploit, iand is being well entertained during his stay. He is the best friend the whites have in this vicinity, and were it not for him, great depredations upon the whites would constantly be committed. Sale of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chieago Railroad. ? In pursuance with the notice,, the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago RoadHwas Bold, on Thursday morning, at Cleveland, to the highest-' cash bidder, by John Ferguson,and Thomas E. Walker, Trustees and _Master QommissioneTS. The sale took place at the South 'door of the' United States Custo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Completion of the Telegraph to San franeisro_, California. This great work was accomplished last week and hereafter there will be daily telegraphic communications with California. The following is the first message transmitted to New-York from that State: ' _" San Francisco; Oct. 25. To the Mayor of New-York : ' San Francisco to New-York sends greeting, and congratulates her on the completion of the enterprise which connects the Pacific with the Atlantic. J&ay the prosperity of both ' citiesJbieiacreased thereby, and the projectors of this important- work meet with honor and reward; ¦ ¦' - - ¦ - ¦¦ H--F_: Teschemagheb., • .-.;.- Mayor of.San Francisco. Mayor Wood sent thefollowing reply: , To the Mayor of San Francisco:... . . . New-York returns her greetings- to San Francisco. Let the Union thus so happily consummated between them ever remain unimpaired. The Union forever—whether between the Bast and the West, or the North and the South—let it be continued and prese...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Washington. Oct. 28.—Quartermaster Howe, of the Fifteenth Massachusettshas brought hither J. Owens Barry, First Lieutenant of the-Eigth Virginia regiment, Samuel E. Vaden, private of the Chesterfield cavalry company, and Wm. Davis, private of the Thirteenth Mississippi, who were captured at the battle of Ball's Bluff, and ._delivered them over to the custody of Provost-Marshal Porter. The rebel steamer, George Page, is now cooped up in Quantico Creek, as our. batteries on the Maryland shore bear directly on the mouth of _ihk creek, rendering it a matter of considerable risk for her to attempt an _exorlus. Oct. 29.—Advices from Darnestown state that the arrivals from the Monocacy and the scene of the recent battle below, show that all was quiet yesterday. The rebel pickets frequented the Virginia shore of the Potomac, and occasionally sent a leaden compliment to our pickets on this side, but no serious casualties have occurred. ¦¦ -,:.• ¦ >.- The question has been asked wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

California—By Telegraph. The steamer Omaha sailed on the' 21st ult., carrying $1,000,000 in treasure; $870,000 being for New-York. ¦¦ - .;. Among the passengers are General Sumner, Senator Nesmith of Oregon, Colonel Merchant, Captains Judd, Briggs, Stewart, Hendrickson, and Lootes; Lieutenants Upham, Gillis, Williston, Sinclair, Warner, Hudson, Dandy, and Lipp, all of the United States army.. Gapt. Green, of the United States Navy, is also, a passenger. Ex-Senator Gwin and Calhoun Benham left somewhat quietly * in the same ': steamer, their their names having been omitted from publication in the passenger list; ¦ '¦¦ • Four hundred and forty regular troops and ten thousand stand of arms were forwarded in the same steamer. lore Pennsylvania Troops for Washington, Harrisbdkg, Oct. 29—Gov. Curtin, in accordance with instructions received from the war Department has issued marching orders to the following named regiments: Col. Hartrauff's 37th regiment, Col. Dodge's 52d regiment, Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_XT'DGEHILL SCHOOL, M-J PRINCETON, X. J. A Home For Boys. Pupils prepared-thoroughlytfor College or _jtor business Theechool premises contain thirteen acres, providing amply for lawn, playground, and garden. TEEMS—$125 per Session. ; . ; For _Circulara address ' ' ¦ , REV". J, P. _HlfOHES, aug2t-3m . ' ¦ ' "; : -i .'::. ">:¦ . .•! " ' sPrincipal. |JA:t,STED;^,, ' STrLES, ';: ' ' 52 and 54 Murray Street, New-York, fmporters and Jobbers Of pLOTHS_^_CASSIMIBBES_, VES INQS,and every ' style arid_'quality of goods use"4 by Clothiers and Merchant Tailors for M«nV*ftnd Boy«* _Wnar. ~ MJt1.lT.. .. " ¦ ¦ ,. ¦ . j. -. _i . _-,. .. - .. • . ¦ . ! ¦ ' _JJIDK , OIL AND LEATHER STORE. D, KIRKPATRICK & SONS, No. 31 8obHi _^_hirfl; Street_^ \^V[ BEIWEESf MARK_7.T _4NB _CHESTNBT StRBSTS, PflTCABEtPHlA, Have, for Sale_^ .. , SPANISH AND GREEN SLAUQHTEE HIBBS, ' CALCUT TA _ASD _PATNA KIPS. TANNERS' OIL, &C, AT THE LOWEST PRICES AND UPON ¦ ¦:¦ . .- . _- . .• _: __ ' ' TELE;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Pennsylvania and the War., The Harrisburg Telegraph publishes from the official documents, that Pennsylvania has _now in the field 82,817soldiers, and that as soon as the'seventeen regiments and six companies now forming are completed, which will be in the course of six weeks, the old Keystone State will have 101,070 men in actual service. ' The Telegraph says: The quota of men" called for from Pennsylvania, by the last proclamation of the President; was 75,000, and thus ifc is shown by the above; that the authorities have succeeded in exceeding this amount by twenty-siz thousand men! Taken altogether, we submit this statement with pride, because it places Pennsylvania in the position justly her due, of having, first, given birth to the Declaration of Independence; second, that the Convention to form th,e Constitution was held within her limits, and now she sends forth, from her midst, and from among her bravest and most hardy sons, a larger force to sustain the Declaratwn of In...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

At _Greensbtirg, on Wednesday morning. 23d insl., by Xev. 51. Vt. Jacobus, D.D., Rev. Phimp H. ftlowbt, pastor of the lourth _Presliytenan church, Philadelphia, to Kate H., daughter of the late Wm. H. ' Richardson, Esq., ofGBeenfcburg, Pa. _, , . October 24th, by Rev. .T. A. Brown, Mr. Wiiiiiai Robisson, oi Holmes Connty, to Miss Lydia Fkiess, of _Wiiyne County, OWo.: :-.'..:.. . - • . ; . " : .- ¦ ". ¦/;", . , n" October 10th, at _Fairmount, Ya.,by Eev._Hl 0. * Ro»boronghNbwion B. Jones, Esq., to Mis? Clara J. Babes, both of Fairmont, Ta. ' _; •. Oa Thnnday, October 17th; by Rev. J. M. _Smitlt_] of Sbarpsburg, Mr. James Stewart .to Miss Mart _Tayi.ob, botli of Btewartstowh, _Allejgheny County, Pa. October 17th, by Rev. "Win. J. Morgan, at the house of Mr. Samuel Elgin, Mr.5 Robert _McFarland to Miss Rebecca EMHK, both of _Rural_^_Talley, Armstrong County, Pa. On the 24th of Septemberby Rev. T. G. Scott, Mr. Joskph Foresias to Miss'Eleanor A. Haubgeove, all of ' Can-oil County,Ohi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

_d;e; ' m o ¦v _^iL_^ii . .,.. _- _, BOARD0B _^-_? ' ¦ -. -= > ¦ _^mmBj&imMtt&vgji& p •' _' _' ¦¦>¦ ¦ -u,i !¦ ¦> r._v .. x)FJ THB '_w _: :ri _^: ;: r: ; S_^ftjflk'v _^ PiMbiagh : a_^_2 ille_^e_^_, _Havinz removed their Book Rooms to _RENSHAWS' neW BUILDING, No 67 Hand _Street two doors from Liberty take pleasure in inviting your attention to the annexed Catalogne of Books comprised in their stock, and hope for a continuance of your palro ' _nager -. 1 J *! I • 'iti JOHN _CULBEETSON, Librarian. . JTG. BAILEY, Treasurer. |> •.-¦- • ¦ ¦:-v- _.i .H ' PittBDnrgtt, April 1,1861. . t - , ¦ o WST 0EBPMCATI0N& I t Gons&qiiili/> on, hawl\ and/or oSdZe¦:at -the ¦Book Rooms of ihe-Bo<i?,&rof. Colport'O «§»Cj_,jyb. oJ_^ Mand. _^L _^ Mtisb_'h,: , All the issues of our own, viz. ' : ' tfie ' _PMsbyterian Board. Ofi Publication __as soon a& they; cojhef from ltlf# Press.': -Also a1 _goodTBelectib...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

J _fcEADING FOR THE ARMY. Soldier's Cakap _IliilDrary.: TIE 1 MERICAN TE1CtMcIIf-T_, : 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW-YOBK, has just issued a, beautiful-Library, cbiisilting Of TWENTYFIVE VOLUJ1ES, 18mo., inclosed in a box, at the,low price of S3.0 ; among which are "Gnneral Ilavelock," "Cnpt. _Hedley Vicars" "Capt. Hammond,1 ? "The * Blue "Flag," " Young Man from Home." . . - Packages n{ S_,OO0 pages of select Tracts,iat $2.00, are pu t up to accompany the Li bra,ry, when desired. :¦ ¦ ¦ .. ¦ • THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumes, in flexible covers, containing the Soldier's Text-book, Soldier's _Bymnur The' Soldiers and Jesu<<, Story of Luckuow, and other appropriate works. $2.00. ' ¦ ¦ '"' ' "' ' ' " ' .. '" . ' ¦ _'" The Amprican Tract Society has furnished.gratuitonsly many hundreds of thousands of pages of Tracts to. the soldiers of Pennsylvania, as well as others. The friends or the soldiers are availing themselves of the opportunity, of putting into ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 2 November 1861

Pittsburgh Market. ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦¦ ' WEDNESDA Y, October ZQ , 1861. APPLES—$2.25 _^ bbl. ASHES—Soda AshS@3_Mc; Pots, 4@4Vc.; Pearls, 5}_4c_. The stock in first hands is ample for1 all ordinary purposes. BEANS—Prime White1.25@1.40 per bushel. ! BROOMS—Common, $1.80; taney, 2.00@2.25. BUTTER—Choice Boll, lie. _ftft. ¦ ; CHEESE—Western Reserve, 6}#$7c. Hamburg. 8_J<c. CHESTNUTS—$2.00@2.25 per bushel. , EGKJS—lie; per dozen. • T ' FLOUR—Bxtra, $4.75; Extra Family, $5.00<&5-25 : Fancy. $5._so;; : • ¦ ¦ '¦ •¦ - ¦¦ • • . '. .. GROCERIES—Coffee: ;Qood Rio, 16U@17_Mc. Ssg&r, 10<®10j_£c. Rice8J_^@9c. Molasses50@!lc. HAY—*S.U0@9.0t> li ton. at scales. ! HIDES AND IiEATHER—Oreen beef hides, 6@6J_^c.j green salted hides. 6j_^@6c; dry flint, 12c. Rough country leather is dull at ao@22c. Dressed leather i8 quoted m follows : Red Spanish Sole:_^ H>., 21@24c. , Slaughter Sole % B>. 26@28c; Upper Leather, _$ dozen$24@33; Bridle Leather % doze...

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Valuable tb th.e Sick or Well. SENT BY MAIL. _Jfo Pay Expected. _. _UhliljMeceivett, Wead, and Approved 1st. Dr. S. S. Fitch's Six _Lectures on the _Causes, _I_'reventionand Cure of LungBronchial andf"_-* _-_» _r_>._w >•«¦<¦ • --d Male, and Female com plain to. On Alien ode of Preserving Health to a. Hundred Years. 360 pages, 21 u_~jgrkv»ub £. Price, so cents. : 2d. Dr. S. Si Pitch's-new work on Heart-Disease, .Apoplexy, Palsy. _Rheunmtiam, DyBpepsinDysentery. Cholera lufantumSummer Diarrhoea of. ..Children, Cholera ' and Cholera Morbus, Bilious Cholic, Costiveness, Dlptheria, Sore Throats, Scarlet Fever. Yellow _Vnvor, and tho diseases of old peoplewith Many valuable Medical Pr _scriptions. for these _diseases. 168 pageb, 6 engravings. Price 50 cents. Say which Book you will have, giving Name, State, County, and Post Office. Address, _, oct26-4t DR. 8: S. FITCH, 714 Broadway, N. Y. _- _STECBESTVILLE - FEMALE SE3_?II-¦ ', "_-: - , ' ¦ ¦- : NARY.1' ; . _' ¦ •...

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