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'lF"fgetabte - Viitiver'sal. Pills.
ieitc4 aiif el • tharibistel6 the' Co 44,
aitd llappineas of 111ank773d. - !'
On- the eighteenth •oP ltltiy; 1835, these now:
lit], celebrated'. Pills 'were first made known 'in
the States; - altluitighin .Ecirifpc 'they had'
been previously before •the public' nearly a oen.
-- turyv - --The — Ameriean—publit __naturally, viewed
then') With , SUspicion, but-as on trial they:-were
by the: greatest confidence. In fact the Many
'per.lona who haVe;,cominenced with - therri - timter
the .most trying circutristancesrralily
tionovhen every °tip!. :Means-i d metlicine had .
proved altogether, unavailing, hate been .restored
. and liappinesss. Croin their use,-and-t4te
—_ consequence -is; tliey ars no vr - rec o miiientled by
• tilotlhands of Persoba[Nrhour they.have cpred of
• Con:gumption, Influenza, Colds; Indigestioni Dys,
_2 pepsin, - fleaditche,:Pains, and a-sense.or ftillnes's
.2Lln _the _backLpai;,,Lof_lite..ltearl i : the ,ayinp
. toms Of Apoptexy,•Jitimilice, ...Fever and Ague,
Scarlet; Tyfilloq., Yellow, , and common
fevers of-,all kiniti,..Astlima, Gout, Itlietimatiam,
-Nervous . Liver Complaint, - 1 7 . 1e0r4
inward -- 'Werkness•Dzin-ossi - on — of-t-li . e.--S-piritsr -
) . :,Ruptures, Inflammation; Sore' Eyes; Pits, Palsy,
_DroPsY; 'Small Pox, Meaziel; Croup, 'Cough's,: •
• WhoOPing_Cough,_Quincy,:_Colic,__Cliolera Dior,
• bus, Graiel Worms, .I.),TifferTyr,l). - jiifiiiif, -- Itfilf:
• • -
Ing Nnis.e.s . intle Ilead, King's • Evil, Scrofilla,
Eryisipelas;, or. St Annie:m.s's° Fire,Salt. Rheum ;
''+White Swellings, Ulcers seine of 3 years stand.;
ing; Cancers; Tumors, Swelled Feet and
PileS, 'Costiveness, all Eruptions of the Skin,
. - Frightful 'Dreams, Female complaints of every
.kind. especially obstructions, relaxation, • &c. •
Although Thiptor It. has einitherated by name
the above diseases, he-is nevertheless of opinion
with his graiidflather, the - late eelebrated.Dr. Wm.
Brandreth that there ia ONE nuclease, an
Impurity of •biond, which by
'circulation, bitirg9 on 7nfiammatum, antrconse
,quent dOangerneni in the organ or Part.•where
'lnch •impuritybf ,the blinl,settles; and thatiii is
the different :appearances whieli'this . hillamation
~b r derangerrient puts on that liitye.i.latised-medi
' cal min to-designate suc:h by various
..names, but which are in 'fact-, only the . ,sane dis 7
ease, • with
r Dr.. - Wm.-
Brandreth was sofully convinced of the truth_ of.
the—ab_ove_simple thhOry, that he spent thirty
the mediCal properties of the uninerous plants
'.; composing the Vegetable Kiiigdom;_liis object
•-. ' - ,being'tcr coMpose. a niedicine which should at
..^ • •brice purify,: 'and. • _produee,. by,.specific"action,
remoVal,of all bad humors from the blood by the
• atoniac..-and- bowels,-as by -.the-continuation o
. • ' the ati'_of such. ,a, medicine, such: hurhors .tore'
1811' to be• carried off, and - the blood assume a
_ . .....
•• 8 e or purity; and whOeyer takes these "Pills
-•' '. an
.perseveres with them will be a:Utak& that
, D WT. Prindreth fully attained hisliltilanthro.
' ': - . , ...-..:4- -.it E' objecy Iris now an pbsoluteLand_ known'
----- . ..- 42 fit s itiff every'diseaSe:Vvther it be in the head
- •or feet,.in the brain, or meanest meler; whether
It bean outward Weer, or an hiwar abscess,-are
'''''7 - tTidle 7 -Itcrit - TgliFiyrifim many causes-, reducible':
'to Ole one grand effect, namely impurity of - the - blood. ' .
-". • in all cases -they will
_he - found - a (16fe,Atlff aim
,pie remedy yet all pOwerful fortlie Fe : oval of
' '--- 'the' israse, whether chroje or recent, in tio-.is
~ or"o Itemise; and what makes, them' • • ilarl3-
- ads adapted for _this country, is that the •is not the
-- --*--tili itesiliabiliiy_to_cold :_Whetii.laking_thelyir,jts.. -
: ii ed the 'system 'is absolutely lesi susceptible of
; old - when linik:r 'there influence, .fha A •o n.at N.
•her tiiiie'; therefore in this cliniatelhey are iii.
~• • valuable. Neither do The . .yr require :cliange. - o
_ ..diet or care of any kind.' lit:England these Pills
'_.2____--.lya_v_e-lyei.L._the Itylv L ,Linerlicine-- of-manyTfamilies
for periods arying film forty to sixty years, and
~, have always', proved-Val:oll44m restoring,-health,
-,- ...wherever ,an aberation from-it occurred. .
- ' ••
.NOTloE.lir*conyequence of the numerous
---•-• 'counterfeits roi• Sale-in the Drugi . ..and Chemical
Storea,.the publiecautioned against purehas
.• ing Of any person except the accredited agents.
Searirity A gainst Counterfeits... • - .
' DR. BBANDInali 111113 adopted. the fhllowing
pldn . to secure the GENUINE I3randreth Pills to
the public.. Every authorized Agent must have
- a Certificate of Agency., and,it will-be seen that
. a double - forgery , MUST b 5 committed, before
any one 'can procure a. forgotl Certificate, and the
person having it in his possession is equally liable
with the forgey. • - -
• • - The fbllowing are. the appointed agents -roc
tbjs , vicinity, viz: Wm. Gilmore, Chambersburg
- Jacob A. Winrott, Gettysburg; t)GI f %4Y & HIT
NEIt, Carlisle ;.and Wm. hell, Harrisburg.. •
' 1 Dr.' Brandi•eth's officers for . the sale of the
____aboye L Pllla_are_lo-. ,
liace - above sth_street,_and .
04 Chesnut street, Philadelphia...
' May 8, 1837.—tf. . . . • . •
Sciiti;•littekly:Telegraph." . •
.-• LEGISLATIVE REPORTS.
.. r } ! EPENNSYk.VANIA TELEGRAM; Will he
published semi-weekly during the ensu
mg session Of tire . Legislature, and Contain
full reports of I he proceedings of both bran
e.hes, taken f l y .compctent and faithful repor
The acts of the eriming sessipn of the 1..6
gislature will he Inokce—to with . muckintelL7
The.peciple - expect - klve - party - that have
obtaineaa majority,in the popular brancir to
tarry out their promises of 'reforming the
'currency F ma baniShing shin, plasters from
circulation. This subject, together.Writli the,
inprovem - entlsystern.lottepe g lent - of nome-
2,rous _others of_ inte rest. - ore:of_tVerasel,, es_of:
nittale tcNgreake a desire in-the-
'the seat ofGivernatent.
.ntir.ns that will asgemble hereon
the 4th of March to nominate candidates fin
,Go s vernor will be looked toVith interest,`iind
given with fidelity. w.
The" - prOteirdiiigi - ef — The Convention - -to
a the Constitution will, also be
ted.•porthins of the most ltiter.esting
gressional proceedingt,•• •
• The Terms, of the.Telegra ,are,
For t I se ssion , S en i-wetLly s2`oo• ,
. , For the year, • 300
- Pilions - paying - two dgllars in aclvaileV
shall, receive tile,' Telegraph from' the "pr
• 'sent time to_the_ind . .-of -the- session, --- find - '
'copies will be neat, to any one place Cr $lO
'paid in advance. •
Compete* persons willing to act as agents
itt,their tighborhood, for the usual corn pen,
'nation; are requested to infOrm -us, and if
to'hs..to state references `.
' - • • • iLam:
' llirrisbur#, Oct. 25, 1137. •
-- liitit47c - glitit -- if' ---- ---
_ -,.. - . 0 . LAND: ..
- - - . ,
- .• In trirrstrance of the last will of John Col
. —welt; Ilebeased; thero will be exposed to
Public safe; on the 'premises, on Wednesday
---. tire" IStli - day of "NOvember next, at ru'eloeli
1iii'.141.!..a valuable tracrof ''• . • ', , , • . .
~ -LIM STONE LAND, •••
. .-tlititateasln? outliamptciti. toivnthip, Curn
fliood,eoun. ~ Pa., adjoining the lands .of
IVleriseris.. Air . gtt,W. , Rimes, Jas. Wa l lace,.
SatitOei - Whir ~ Christian Noaker,'‘ .and
'intlierri, cont4ni g . ONE, HUNIiIiED and
Fir...iry ACRES; or -therabouts. -.17.1te.-.lm
-- pciii;Ternents, ate , a-t()G,HOilSEitnd Barn,
40.4 rr,Weil of:Watet nearint", btiiitlings.-
:4, 1 115er:p9f-Aorrof ; theyitut. is Cleared. and
. in, al - pod . state of, ;Oil iyatj9n..! ; . The * Terms
f;f.Side . ill,be.Aver " loner in
b.tt,n.gi:t.hry , Iter.tbi prober -
' 4 :filr 4 ;4!ll ,f th 4 .Attidow.
.octtobit V -1837.
MHE :_subscriber will - rett that well •known.
Iprge and convenient home, for many years,
ucturded . ..*''Christian :Rutland), and: rpqre
• :2cently by others„aS, a TAVERN
•; ,-74 .111 11OUSE.. , The.housier. is: remarks.
`-'t':" bly•well calculated • for entertaining
• BOARDERS ; thernibeing,.: three
stair-war, tund Fire places in most ofthe rooms.
:The situation Is Very pleavant anddesiraloile,• - being
nn the not th west cqrhee.; of Hanover and. Louther
streets; while:; . fur conveniences, =it excels any
other house in the borough or, ,country. Itpos
iiesses thermusual adv : aritages•of 1 / 1 0 ms on the
first floOr--; . 12 rooms oil the 2,d flonr-?-4: rooms on
the 3d f1u0t4...i.:6 Cellars in_house. • Two Wells of
water ;..(clne-at the fronriloor•owi Two anither'ittreet. -
with a pump therein; the - other inVe yard at the:
kitchen don,;) a . Cistern made to contain eighty
lire hogsheads; large nitiPeorivenient titabling,,
with carriage house and plieds; large; and exec- .
lentigardetts attached to the buildings besides.
many conveniences not specified.•,• For patticu
larit enquire of ' • •// *- - • • '
• 'CHRISTIAN, HEERICII •
'N. 11.. The house has recently one tinder
cutimlete repair. •• • • • • 'C. H.
Carlisle, JAW:. 6,18.11
_ 1111 1 ,1111111)Rilr tt . ti',1.....g1i! Il i
Oil 1 ~::11. 1 !11, : t1 ,e39,i1 1 . '
,- - Iti i ii!!' , ! illiiill '''' ' . t:'6ll
- . 11;r1p i .; tl . -. 7 .k pp,.,4 ...
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... 4 . re ol k s_ 1, Ig.lriiriw.. ii .
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. • I .•:' k 1 , N7,..t .V . . i .' ': ..1•7-•- • . : i
- - ,•': -;-. I'VV • ' • ,: f • . 1, A r ilith.
, Of ---. rr": -:-:(:::- 3 ,?-' 6 .- 4 Cit.'
A Beam!!lul fiend at flair
Is tile grandestnenament belonging to me'hu-
Man frame. How strahgelythcfloss of it changes
the countenance and prematurely, brings on the
appearance of old - age; Which causes many to re
coil at being uncovero, and sometimes-even to
'Shun. society to avoid the jests and sneers oltheir
acquaintances; the remainder of their lives are
consequently spent.in retirement. In short; not
even the loss of Property- fills the generous think
'ing youth with - tha‘ heavy:sinking`gloom as .does
the, loss of. his_hair4,..yo:avertAlL these Itutpleas-- ,
ant „circumstances, _TO.Cliiill.)Gt . F
041.1i1N_stops. thElhair.:from flitting- o -on
the firstapplication, and. .a-few belles resto , 'it
again. It likewise produces eyebrows WritA , a
itiFrsijitWentrthe hairfrotritturning grey, makes
it curl beautifully, and- frees it from,..scurt.' -Nu
merous 'Certificates of the .first respectability in
support of-the virtues or OldrirWilfiLlif, are
shoWn.tiry the proprietors.: ,•• - • .
-, . 0
gyitead the following; . -_
ROI! ERT_ WII AR FON, Esci., - latellsynr - of -
Philadelphia, ha 3 certified, as maybe seen below,
to the 'high character of the • following gentle.
meth, - ' .
sjhe . undersigned do hereby certify that we
1116*c:used Balm of (_;olumbia...diseovered7by
dldriclgt:•;arid—haVe'finind it liig6lyt'ser%icea-.
ble natonly as a preventittivd against the falling
or. tit:Ai - air, but also a certain resturaiiife:
• • No.
JOHNPANCLIS, - 331 i
JOHN S. rUIiNEV,IOI
• 111/1111.WCUIIDY. 24y
JOHN pARD, )
• t. George chvge,
6 North , Fitth street.
. 163 Ilace;st.
outh 7th st.
' Arcli st. - .
l'he"tigeiVadirlhose - who - 6 - ersinf in - weari ng
wigs, may not nlivays:experienee its..restorative
qualitieiii_yet it will certainly- raise. its-virtues in
the estimation of the public,, when it in known
that three . Of the. e ubove signers are !nom so years
of age,: gin: the ethers not less - than so. •
[From the Mayor.]
pity of Philadeliihia,- '
I. ROBERT WI! A WIXOM Mayor of said eitfor
ehiladeliihia, do hereby certify that I am w,Ol
acquainted with _Messrs J. P.. •Ing-lis, John S.
signed to the . abore-certifiente,-that-the-y are gen-.
tlemen oficharacte_r_aud _resnectability.,aud.,tis_
sod) full Credit - she - 61d be . given . to the-said-cer
tificate. •• - -
In witness whereof; I have hereunto set my:
- hand, and caused the *seal of this city to be
(L. S..] affixed this six.th day - Of December, &c.
- ROBERT WHARTON; 11,1iyitr.
. Observe that - each:bottle of the Genuiiie Balm
has:a splendid engraved wrapper, on which is
represented the Ealls-of Niagtira;:Sce, &e:
For sate at wholesate - by ComsToes.l,l4 Co. sole
Agents for America, New, York, and by most
druggists throughottt America. .
To Pr rtters.=All printe . rsmi editors who will
insert the; above, leaded,, for 6 months in a weekly
- paper, — and -- send - one ntimbet of - theiramper - to
-the agent, shall be 'entitled to one dozen of the
For qsale by S. C. BOLAlrprcii, COrlisle. •
Ze j kislative. Keystone.
DURING the ensuing session of the.legis
-2-4" lature, the Keystone will be published
twice a week, and contain full reports of the
proceedihgs in both houses. It will,alsb con
tain an account of the proceedings of the
reform convention, Which (judging from sim- -
liar bodies'in other states • n 1 the convention
that formed our 'present, constitution,) will
hardly close its session before Spring.
.. The Rplitical complexion,of the legislature•
and the important sul?ject4 which will neces•
sarily tome before ; it, will render the- next •
session peculiarly interesting. All eyes are
turned -this - --Way_ for _speedy. : _teform in our
present defective . currency. D cidel action
f i r
.relative to the.,improvement stem is tir 7 ' .
dently 'desired in
. many titian s.
two matters.of th emselves,- farm Subjects 'of
inft_ense_imer_estAn_th_e_people_atlarge • ".
On - Ili - e - 4tlllW - March, a democratic -- con=.
vention-will- assemble here -and- nominate -a-,
cantlida - te - Tor - ;rivernor. An account of this -.
together-wit -t te , preparatory movementwo -
the'party in all •quarters will be faithfully
detailed. - From these Ziremostances, OWE
never.has been'a,time when paper from
the seat of government was_Ofifucli indispen
sable-value:to all the citizens of the com
monwealth; as it will - be for the ensuing six-
inonthS. • . .__•
terms:ofthe Keystope are the same
as - KM -- iiiiifore. •
Dining the session tetni=weekly -- 2,2;00
- ' Per the year'
'Any person forwar ing us 2 dellais shall
receive the Keyston from the time of sub
spribing, to the close of theses ion—or' six
copies will be sent to any one
. ce-for . slo.,
All Post Masters are' • vitecl to act at
agents for the. Keystone, in recelyingsubscrin.
bens—and remitting money to tis ; and any,
one signifying his willingness to act as such,
shall receive a list 'of our subscribers in his
town and neighborhood, with .our terms of
Packer, Barrett 4-Parke.
liarrisbpz, Oct, 18, 1837. ,
', ‘ , :ir e:...:4 - ,4 - ',V*.°.,e4 . *41. - i - ;..f . * : -..*,41.;iii-, :.. t . i,
~'41i. , .P. .- 7140.9. 4 iti0T: s .--:- ~
Jr V 73 : Wial `'Wi = t =
Containing. about 475 41cr,esv
'. This Far m is beautifully - Situated on the
waters ofehartier's Creek, FWF. Mil Is from
the , city of Pittsburg. The... Washingto n,
urnpi4e , runs. within :a few. rods of the line
orie side, and the Steubenville turti:
'n 'two miles on the otter ;..the
from Virginia to.Pittsbtirg passes
also, a Cotrnty rnad - chnnecting
•oad antr,tlie Washington Turn
s Atiout 300 acres are
id i • goo stati_dcwltivation,;
which for , richness and fertili-
Je, surpassed in the state, a large
portion 'of this -is. meadow,-and enough
might-be - made - A - produce 200 [Ohs of hays
annually ; there is a great abtindatice.of_bul
ding stone, Ilk:liFne stone, and 200 acres 'of - the
Meg Bituminous COW •
Which can' all be• get out cria.veniently
The timber . is
.abundapt and good. • 'he
buildings consist of. a large•first rate .
CUT STONE ••
4-21 C -0.11-0,1 474'
A' end Frpring•-alill-stone - MiJk houge ; ttini of"
the best blink I irns in the coinitry, 70 by.3B .
feet aiid 60 by 30,: i with stabling . utalee the
whole, a large franie,Stable,' , • -
.ivith stabling attached ; a france Meeting
'House and parsonage - house - with varicm - s
other. out buildings, such as Carriage houses
Cow house, Corn honk'. Bee house, School
firitlge",lB;e.•' :- Tliese are all of-a- belte,y order
than_ futMd on - Farms .in Western
Pennsylvania: The Whole farm igui.itindaCt- - ,
1y and beautifully watered..
Bearing all kinds
. of Ft tiii, - adjOins the Man-
In . • regal d .to fertility,and• quantity of lattll,-
quality of improvements ,and ne a rness' to
'market, (being only -5- ladles from Pittsburg.)
this farm is-not (loaner , 'iq We;tern pemi
-It will be sold On - iitierar terms,
possession given: --Inquire of
. Cc/ 1 ,3011N itOSS, on the premises,
- . • - or J...k 11. ALEXANDER-,
• No, Z(29...j.girii.otAtrectPlint
August'7:. 1827.-3 M, _
FlFlDE.stittscriher offers for sale .the following
--described-house qind-liit If-lot- orirow
the north_side,of Main street in_ttre tuw
ougfi:•Ol Garhsle;„ ; _neally_opposite -Mr.: George
we - St - Ana
61, in - the plan:of said borotighbotntled --- 14
Main street on the south, .Dr; I. MyCr.s on .the
west, Dickinson alley (23 feet Wide) on the north,
and the widow Dreight6ll on the-east - , 'Containing
30 feet in front and 240 feet - in depth, - :13te htl-.
Frae . .N'eatkerboarded,i
.z..4t 1 2 - • -
N V.,' • •
I I "Arl
fronting on llairi•streetwith a large .• ' • •
Briclz Back Building,
AND A BRICK STAI3LE,•
fronting on the alley. Said half lot is in a high
State of hpprovement, with , a variety of choice
FruitTrecs and Grape Vines,
now hearing, Currey)! and Gooseberry Bullies, and
Shrubbery' of dirraoc:nt kinds. ,
An indisputable title will be given to the - pur-
Chaser. Further particulars are deemed unne
cessary. Any persons .wishing to purchase, are
invited to-call-and-view- thepremises,-..-The-terms
witl be made kitown by •
•• ' JACOB SQUIER.-
August 28,1837., • - •
N. B.—Goodwestern . .paper on sol
vent. batiks will be received in payment
for the aboie.. , J. 8:
Viiill be sold at Public Sale on Frid4 the 1 24th
day of. November next, at 10. o'clock, A. M.
- of - said --- day. -- orr - the - preniii3ezrthe - follow
aciilied real "estate. -- late -( tire - property of - John,
Iletriok, sen.7deceasedi viz:
ittiate in Di'cicinson township, Cumberland co.
Pa,about-7-inilcs-west-of-C.irlisie r contaiiiing_
• • 4.31 . „ARES
Bounded' by. lands of' William Woods, Samuel
Beetem, and. John 'Galbraitle,s heirs; there are
. 100-acres•elesi'-ed; ..in schigh_state_ of cultivatiori
_and_u_n_dkr_gOnd_f_e fice,theiresidue vered_
'With thriving young timber. The improveme p ts
4 11$ - Ir - two - story --
- • - 16041 littalll3 1104
;;; • AND A ONE STORY
• . .
adjuming v —There are two never failing._springs
waterrunning- near die house, also a Spring
apple orchardof ch oicefruit trees. -ALSO,
• •A. LOT OF GROUND,
Situate about half a -mile froto the above de.
scribed 'firth, adjoining the lrellow..Breeches
'Creek, and - lands of Dr. Win. Chambers, Henry
Shank, jr. and othe)l, 4 containing 13} acres, all
cleared and under go' -fences;' having thereon`
erected .a. .• '
- -•• •
-The Whole-. of aliove property soh
together, for the Lot . sold separate 'to 'suit par
chasers'-.The terinssif.saleLwilthe made know
on the day Of sale. •
- • CATHARINE , HETRICKi :Executrix'," 7 '
• ABRAHAM HETRICIC,
• Jaiii"HiTiltdie, 'Eseoutors. , .
•CietoVer 30, 18.37.;-3w„ ' 48.
fn the Cars.lometime since, a boi of Porcelain
teeth. The owner is desired to call at Aughen.
baugh i s Hotel where they: can be had by giving
satisfactory eviilenceiif the -ame.'
• Csrlisle. Nov 6th, 1837.:. •
Wanted Immediatel y.;`
, . , • . •..,- ___ .
rirlHEI subscriber tlesinins.of.hirjng -3 or 4
' lOl A M AS011:4; 'anti alsir3 ur.4 carpen
ters, Will give' ctinstant iriiilloOneirts find the
highest ivakes Vi ii t tiy Alin,ruriy call upnti Mtn
rilt . :- , '
fuivo,:. ". • • - - - •
• .. SAMUEL. NEIDIG,
Carlisle, O t;'3o. 183T.-•4t* "
00 -ACRE S
-IN64en re no pay.
- • PRICE ONE
. . .
- It is consi:dcred of-greatT.importanca fcir the
public to knour•thelolloWinglactg:
..bout four years ago, Solortion Hays,:the per.'
-son-iirWiliom-t he celebrated,Hr.Gridley harl; -- on .
dur. eilathm.l - seOrPt - ufzanakitia.
i,n ment to cure . nut..icrize it to Ve'
putiip.atr sold unde r the"; name of - Haya'l.ini:
ment, and enjoined, that all, Who, world use one
bottle for the Piles, and retor,n;the:,crllPlX,lsott*
should have the pricerefunded
ti p witrils of liftyliluittaatid
ties hive bee sold, out of which, not ten have
returned, and l!ese . thili because the persons - 111 - d'
Writ-use_ it properly!! .13 i!Ott WPnilerfitl success,
probably, never attended apy.: . lither •
now determined by the proprietor,
riellialrWtillitte 7 MoollllsFirrAfgi.
virtueskBa.thafthose atiOring with that
coniplaint , may avail-,thiernielves - of - tise: „.
.There. are many ,thousand certificates_of 'the
of which may be examined mhere 7 the -article is
, It is-need--as an external •application; and for
many other complaints entimerated , in the wrap•
the Pitzs.it has no equal, and theagents are now
to.refund m 4111 cases where it does not
ctire. • •
. . .
If ii being:used in 'Hospitals in on e principal
.cititiewith great effect. .-- ' .. • i 1 -- - -
No Fiction:-This .extraordinary Chemical cord
posititm, the result of - science' and the invention
of a celebrated 'medieal.man; tile intr(Auction of
which to the public was invested moth the soleni- .
. Hay. of aileallt-bed - bequest,- -has since gained a
- reptitaficip-Mmarallelecli' fully' sit - staining:9e tor - :'
.rectnesWlf the lamented' Ur. Gridleys laircon
fession; thet:"lle_dareil not-'die Without giving to.
posterity:the benefit otitis knowledge on. this
subjficitet . ant 9 heAlierernte heqiteathed_ to. his
'friend and and attenclanOolom h-flays, the secret
Of Ititi discovery. ,
•. ' . .
--It it.i.now used in,the - T.ni eirial hospitals, aiiil -
Ihe private pradticeln - cWbonsurn first - and most.
certainly for ilie.:cifre 'of the Piles, end 'also so I
extensively and effestually itsto_haffle credulity.
unless-where-its . ..,ffects afire Ai I t liebsezl7 -- -Arternak
lyin the followiumeomplaints:. a. .. ,
4F , =Fa- Driipsygreating extraiardinary--ab--C1•
Lr 4 -:sorption at.-once.:---,_ , - - , •-' -.-- ..- .C'
- 4-...a// , ..S'weit'nelledueing diem in a, few 7P: I
t 3.; . liiiiirs._
~.,1 Itheurnatistn-.:A . cuie or &Ironic; giving -. . ,- 1 -
-=- Vilaease. . ----
i .:. - Sore 'Aron! —By cancers, Ulcers or colds. Po
• Croup, or Whooping Cough—Externally H.
..ind over the Ch Z
est . . ' .
.4_,../211 Bruisd,-Bruises-and Burns—Curibg M•
.... .ii.,s few tiouirs. „ _
F'4. Sores and Ulcers—WheOet fresh-or lung ' - r::
'D standing and Fever sores
.. . . _ t
U 'n cn
- .... - 7 - 17114 - iiiiefifilituOirrein.'atlults 'and ehildrenin re-
Aneing - Theuniatic - swellings, unilionseing.coughs
and tightness of the - clie•t n py relaxation of-the
parts. has been surprisih Wond conception /
The common remark of t
'time who have-used it
iit-the....Ptha . ...ilt.act.s.4 ikeia. hartn.."..:____,...... - __,....
It is_ttied only as un extern- applicati - Ory - and
its-sovereign-power- in-cbrin ---the-above-named
complaintscis-justifie4 by s - entific - principles.-
Opt- of the many wart ecormiiendat ions:this.
Remedy. as received, the following onlyare stab-_
joined. Thoy are gefieraByextracts from letters
_frtini_persoils orthe.higliett-respectability. whose:
names :We. hot pubiislied far obvious - reasons,
Tholigh lifa -- 'w'rjters have- not Objected to have
' ..them - strownitrwelv - as wish - tiy•see - them; -- ---'
1 . .. ... . • • - ' , 'Cincinnati', Oct 9/h, - 1836. - '
• i "or all the remedies - we Sell; 'WM LI gies o
AlecicletUsatisfaetionits hays'-Linimeat. - Wc:caif
procUre, if you desire, the best_qcommendations
from soine'bf..our..moin wOrthy citizeits. , ". „.„ ~_
.- . Buffalo, - .9pril 10th, 1837.
"1 have sold all 'he Hays' Liniment and could
have sold much more. Judge—is cured by it, &
Itai sent at least twenty persons here to buy it."
~ „ • .' Vicksburg, January 3d, 1837. "
We.nre in want of Hays' Liniment, and the
sales(re uncommonly good, and the article thus
far, unrivalled. It is used for a variety of com
plaints, and - apparently With great effect - in all. -
Mr. c:--, a planter now here, has - - written
near half a'page about the cure he has experi
enced by it, not having before left his house for
months. He was cured of Piles in forty-eight
hours; - we will send you his eulogies which may
-be-of service to Hr..llays." -
Charleston!, S. C., Dec. 2804,1837:
"I have been distresed for four years with the
Piles, my sufferings Ir ve been intense, and my
physician had recom ended an operation
. 19 the
_only_ invans or telief. Hoye'Lininient was aif_
vised, and 1 have used one bottle, and so far as I
can judge am fully - anitentirely cured. 1 cainiot
reliain from expressing my anxiety to have: its
qualities Inure extensively known
New:,Orkans, Nov.' 3d, 1336.
"211 r. Mir. —Lime damned Qoack Medicines.
Calomel Doctors, Lobelia Steamers. Vegetable
Doctors, and so on to the_endl, end, last of all myself,
life - ainl every thing - hesideaj twVi4falisarts'of an
heap' of comfort, in_ exchanging'
for that place right smari clozce,•hol ter Allan any
abbot in these .parts.-=I have had the Piles for
eighteen Months till I :got your Liniment -three
days ago; and' now•I am well and have thrown
St. - Leuisi - May 541 ssr.
fir dont-kr • •vt-t-th
--- .-c- on now—w- nu .ile—people-2do—wit.
' !Ws' Liniment, sure they cannot all have the
_Pilksefireckon it is need for llilieumatism "and
coliglis, sores, swellings. We have sold a large
quantity this. 3 year,_as you may know by , outlast
purchase, Whicli - isSil gone,' Please send, us two
gross more, and also the articles ordered - last
week; if licit already Shipped!' - , '''' .
~ Yours, &c: -
--- - .
definite length, but prefer that,persons generally,
wli 3 O — Seil'the snide' "0 - 4,ltr -- exbtkitto, - tkeir - cor. -
itiiniera_the original c itificates"ihey liave_on
haiuk--It-is for VilV - S. C. HOLANDER.
Also for sale at the store of S. Elliott.
Maice to Ciediiors:
• - Take - Notice thatwe have appliedto the judg
ea•of the entirt - of common' pleas of Cumberland
county. for the benefl of the unsolved - Jaws. of this
commonwealth, arid they have. appolpteil- Mon
day, the 13th. day .qf .Novenabetc,- 1837, at:the.
court.house•in Catlislei for the hearing of us and
our ,creditors, when' and where you may, attend
if you mink pioper. ",
WILL A M M'KINI.BY, JACOB ; 1 /11YRIC11 / .
JACO . BAUM, — , - JAS. Stit. IVAN,
JOSE H FRY, 4OHN M'CORMICIS •
7JACQO RI V m- I ILIAM - 1301?Elli
PFlTtfijalititaiiK , •
Oct. 17,1837, %;
SipekaniVlCxeh - tinge
Harrisburg, Market'street,, opposite to Wilson's
Hotel, - • - • I
• - • lao. 6111143231Riat0 '
Sup and sells Islotes_of - kinds. Stocks bought
and sold. LOT EERY XIIIZES cashed, and all
information given relative to LOTTPMES.
August 21, 11337. • .
Election Apr:Bank Directors.
, • • BANK, /
October 12, 1837 ,
.Toffee is hereby given to the,Stockholders
in this . in'stiiniinni .that an •election Will be
held'on the thit'd Mboday.oi Nevembei next,:
(beitig the .20th day,) at.the
for thirteen. Directors, to serve dtiring . the
year then to enAue.
- • , -W. S. etZ4iF,A:Ni Caihier. '
OCtobet 17,1837..: , • • • .
~ .:eneral agent for Pennsylvrinia*Marylatii,fielawhasilie.
No liiouth 7th it; three doors below Market st., • Phi
Ilia, and No:10 North st.:, .13althaore,-near the Post Of,
am ualc.Oteals:-8,- 7 ,-.7111L-I_ISAX4O4:
-- TiOttial . o "Trlttiftursx-atelg-LI 01
------ 7 -- 7 -- TUE" D aI4ISIS - Cn ILEGE-O. It - -----' -.
- - A.. - MAWR, LONDON,, •
IV !ITCH Pave obtained the Approbation..and
fiecommendation 'of Tionolands ' I,vlio have been
cured in Coniamptimii Cholere.Sicirtms,- intim-na
tions internally or 'externally, and all chSeasea of 1
-ille-7-1.-iier, yellow.: FeVer, pout,: Illic,umatism.
ttimbagn, Tie DOloreux: .Dronsy, "St.. Visit:it's
Dance, Epilepsy, Appenflexy;•Palsy, Greertigick-
, ess, , ant) all Obstructions to which the Female 1
, rnatiirstrdistreaSiAglrliableini w rieliTtei - lititT
.my , of the fairest portion of the eatiOn to their:
,untirnety-graves;-Small - Poi:, Poi, Meas. s - Whooping
Cough, Scarlet Fever; Asthma; Jau d ice; lintvel,
Strictures, - Ruptures,--and Syphilis i I all its stages,
Constipated Rowell, Worms, Scury Itching of the
Sian, - King's Evil, and all Cutaneot Q. Disorders ;
in short, every Complaint, •whielt the human
frame is set direfulty 'subject, Urnler.al their varied
forms and names; as the -llygeiatt. conviction is,
that man is auldect to only one real diseaee ;.that-is,.
to the impurity ef the blood,. from whence springs
ever complaint that can possibly assail his cunt
p•li fed frame, and that: it is the perpetual syn.
gl ofthis'yital, - :pffiz' stream of life, (Me gift 'of.
Al ighty power) to disencumber itself of its vis
eot T ''Krid :humors, 'With, which, it 'has become
com ixed. .
:'-This valuable niedicine, being composed only
of vegetahle..matter, or medicinal ,herbs, and war
ranted on - oath', es 'containing not one particle of
nierenrittir _mineral. - or chemical substances, , (all•
of whieh'ilre. uncongenial-to the. nature - of man,
and - therefore .deiitructive to the hutnan nn
is found to be perfectly harmless to the most ten
der age, or weakest frame, under every stage, of
human suffering, the most pleasant and - benign in
its opgration, Mid at the same.time-the most cer
tain in searching out the root-of every complaint,
however deep, and of perforn tat was
_er_offered to th_e_world,l3l
ftiodnced least the
tients, by merely swallowing a Mer of
purpose of evacuation, with' )ossible
.sens:ition of- pain, -exhaustion
and Without the; fear of catcl atten
tiOn tjo:ft.as diet, in' any way,,:_difierent
the4accustomed habits.- These pills Cure in all
cases, and cannot be-taken to excess. MOH=
ence, which is the touchstone of all human knowl
edge, has lung. borne testimony _ tp . the fi fet; and
extensive use 'of them .has already . verified-its
ti uth in this country.
•.. These medicines cure by-purging, rind yet. the .
Weak, the feeble, the infirm,. the, nervous, the
delicate are in a feiv - days strengtheited . •hrtlieii•
operation, because they, clear the burly of its bad
humors; and invariably produce soupd- sleep.
They arentht safestona.most - eflinaciouS Medicine
to fake to sea, preventing scurvy, costiveness, &c
The operation of-this mild Medicine, which
sonveysarnrriediate_convietiim of its utility, from
the first dose is is beneficial to -the, mind
body t_first 441naing,Alten .euring_all_tental de,
rangemenfs, 'Eccentricities, Nervous Affections,
-Irritabilities ancl,„liestle.siness, *Ont.-Whatever
iciftreei etirrifilaints which have hitherto-nig been
properly •miderstocditas.the Ifygeista.hayelinind
them - all - to - om_acrintunious-liumour s iii
the. blood, and, happily tbi the present and future
race Of 'mankind, discovered aeheap rind itnivert
sal-rriode-of purifying, curiktg, ahul-preventing.,.._
The helm cured Of - anvrclisease,:4nfiktnityox.,
.sore, is now no more-it dubious oroincertain
-,cedureL-perseverance in the Vegetable Universal
Medicines will always -reitore nature to her due
course: The literary and sedentary,' of both
sexes,. whose put-Suits-so mucivitnpvir thelactil.
ties,: will find- a. sure remedy - in the. Universal
Medicinei for preserving the energy and - Spright- -
liness- of the imagination, and improving_ .their
_age will be attained by the use of
them, and passed free from pain and infirmities..
• )They are Itot enveloped with'the Mysteries of
. medicines- they only rerpilre to be periet .
vered in with su ' fficiently large doses, and the pa
tient-will come 'off well; = when a drsease iS ob,
patients fre?ptently do not take doses large',
Tli medicines are comprised in three different
articles only, in two Inds of pills, of differ
ent strength 'or power, designated- by No 1 and,:
.2; the first is a powerful, but rnost
de aperient, or opening Anedichte, detaching and
partioDy removing the, billions \roPy Ammon's,
whilst the No. 2 Pills carry u iltase and the
serous acid and putrid humours. 'ncidentaj to the
Ott together as a Ile in a'warren,
-never resting-until-every-avenue-of -1h chttman
frame is thoroughly searched, and cleat se s t \ l of
The Vegetable Cleansing l'onrders are of great
assistance to-patients and facilitate the - evacuation \
of bad Immourat they soften, cleanse, and detach
the acrimonious phlegm ; are cooling, and allay
the thirst. One, two, ors three powdenr may be
taken throughout .the.tlay. mixed in half a turn:
bier of _water:. _ _ -„
The is are sold in packets of $l, $2, -and
$3, and 25-and .50 cent boxes—the two former
consist of three boxes each, viz. one. box of No
1, and, two f boxes of No. 2—the Jotter, one larger
box with_a_division; the potirdcis-are in separate
boxes at 37i cents each. •
- -ACrin consequence-of-the repeated solicitations
of the ageothAind for .the convenience of the
_ ' abtfpin-geyterah+4. Ise , f_4o,-cents r aie.l-2.1-' cent•*.
each,. can no.v be had of all the 'Azents. . •
MORISONIA.NA. the Family Adviser
of the British College of Health, 3tl Edition, price'
s2.74;Und PRACTICAL PROCES, of the tlyge
ian System of Physiology, inclutling_the_"Origm
ar Life," " Treatise on Small Pox ," "Letter on
Cholera Morbus," - and many attested,cures elfect
. Edition, price 373 cents,- TheAygeiait - Medicins are all. imported into
this country at a great expense, notwithstanding.
which they are sold at the same - price as in Eng
land. They have been 6 years before the Amer
i p bile; their preeminent -success in the relief
of the afflicted, tho usikds can taffy •
'consequence_ of high
estimation in which Morrison's-Ping are-held by
the public, it his induced, an innumerable host of
unpsinpipled - counterfeiteis.to attempt iinitationa,'
under deceptive terms thus to deludathetinwary,
and foist their nostrums' for the 'Geptline Hygeian
Medicine; in consequenee:of which; the Agent
has taken the Precautionary measure of having an
Extra Label fixed on , each Packet, signed
by the Agent of each State
.apd, District. and-by
their Sub-Agents, in every_ County; tbelmitation
of which will subject the forger to the severest.
pitnisfimenf fife La v baninflict: Ind it is further
to be noticektliatnorie - Orikejlove eTdii
can be obtained: in any Mirk Store throughout
the Uniori ; the Drug.,Ssores being the, principal
sOureb,..thiough which the Counterfeiters vend
theirsPurious articles.- -• • '
ODespectable parties may be appointed A
gents oaliberaMerms. by applying to the General
Depot, No. 3i SOUTH SIIVENTU STaiurkrthiee
doors, below Market street, Philadelphia—and at
N 0.40 North street Baltimore, nearly opposite the
Post 6ffice. where the Genuine Medicine• may
always be obtained,
For sale in Carlisle. at the store of ()GIL
PIN-AC •HITNEft. • s.
Sept, 4. 1837.
• ADJOURNED . SALE.
fret FARIVI'and Iwo lots of Timber land,
belonging-.to Woodlihrn, will
positively be - sold at public sale, on the prem..
isei. air Wellnesd ay . the 22d day of
ber nexr. • For description Of property attd
terms of .sale,. refer to the Carlisle - Herald tk,
Exposhor previous to-the .22d•ittst;
.„,..„‘ • •
- Assignee of Win:4l.lyo'odblirat-
11. , :r-r_NNE
DR. E AL ZW< , S.
:ASietnjoYMeitt of 'health depencht on Pre
vying the, complicated funclions of th e
.S.TOMACHJAVEIt, IN r,e,sTi NES Sr. LUNGS,
444-heaftl4,,AMLvih hu Mefitts;.itatc, i ;thrlinh the one. .
- • tirtintrofwhieiFilie- - Ay t receiverowtttrin;
nutrition, and its support.. It 'cart oo longer be'
astonishing' that when these Viscera are .ileranged
.and cannot :perform their 'pr - Oper flifietionk - tbe
whole system should suffer and become disorder
;.The blood' is made Porn the contents 'of th
stomach ; • has its red 'color and tic it'
by the action of thejungs, and as it perforios its
duty in eirchlationg through, the veins and arte.
-nes t has its yellow or billioui.etcretneut,
may he • terrmat its refuse or woi moot setlifnePt-s.
by-the • liver: T 1 ese'
viscera, them are theantimonialMeehaniSnykaii.
partitusliy Whicli the • blood 15 manufactured and
.preserved ; and it is therefore obvious that the
:taleLt- If_these-should-bie,the-ttrat:consid erat i op of
the physician: NOW there pre varkins caisseiobai
Will affect and derange . these"orgatiCivah 'which
the . blood has' nothing Wlt,„ateVer to do— Thus the
stomach may be Utterly debilitated
men t; affright, grief,' ditiPppointthent, heat :of t
the weather, or any
,other•nervoint action, and be
wholly' unable to digest its food. Is - the blood to,
blame for this? A . NERVOUS 'ACTION of long
a willconlinunce,produCe settled DYSPEPSIIA;
with head-ache bile,"mental and physical debili.
ty, and funeral - retinue of other evils. Is the
blond to blame for this? Intemperafice,
flaming the coats of the stomach, and leaving it
flacid, , prostrate. Weakness, I , and an undo&
quantity and continuance of purgative medicines,
by proddcilig the same effects, will put this organ
almost out of use for" digesting. wlmlesome staid.
food, aml Thus impoverish 'die blood x :ilia the
whole ayStstm is the blood, to blame for
Again. with regard to Wettings, it is well known,
that 4-slight cold, , occasioned-by . damp feet or by
a. current Of 'air, will-.inflame the bronchia,-all
clown throngh' the branching •air tubes of the
lungs and create - either 'etcessiveninconms, car
that dreadful insidious disease '
pustules and-suppuratiom of the Itibes, which,,
though timely remedies may - prevent,- no earthly
ski cnTl n cure- hr.lllo - OilTifilfffai r- marblrio •
ing victim - to blame for this? :So the' liver;whet
— climate, se - diwary habits, intemperance, or othtnr
prostrating.causes liste-withered away - or paraly
7eil. it. with distetitieb, becomes unable to carry off
the bile front the circulation: Mill instead of Ali!,
lunging_ it. through thegall:oladder, feaves-it to
come through the skimin jaundiced and sallow
fluids, and to rush upon the 'stomach in irregular
and excessive quantities. is - the unfortunate
bloodto blame for this? No! these vital organs!'
are never affected by the blood,- tintil. after the
blood has been - affected by, them 4,they--are the
makersand masters,'and it is merely their worik
And their pasSive :
KnOwingthis to. re_ a sound anddemonstrated
fact in science and experience, Dr.:-AV-, EX-ANS'
system of . practice is in-faithful accordance with it.
He aims to keep the Stomrcir,the Lungs, and:the
Liver in - 'vigorotis and regular action, as the three
great fountains of 1161111 - arid life,:__,Por—thia_pit -
pose he prescribes his beautifully efficacious
ElilF;N't' PILLS ' (acknowledged by-medical Men
who bare-analyzed alta:recommemledilienvto-lie
.equal Willy in the World) incases which . reqpilre,
11 • Wcletinsing - Oftlie'stoinach and bowels ;and_ his
celebrated CAMOMILE - -or TONIC'. PILLS, in
cases of nervous irritabihty,stomachic.weakness;
- or - general — debility,. vast majprity_ 2 ot human
diseinies having.their origim . in- the general27ympii
thy of Ulu principal viscera with the nervous sys
tero-rlie^thils-seekst dik-aseT,in - Mie subtde
fibresitifitotSi - inst etal l orv'atlityliiipitigipi---eic.-
ti - iptite it by plucking off its leaves and more dia.
tart branches.. Ills APEMEN - I' Mit§ will do'
all - that any purgative medicine can do, that is
thoroughly: eleanaeihe_stunnich andbou eis c ; . . and
his CA MOND - LE or-'TONIC. PILLS, conibining
they also du, the most_ delightbil ANODYNE
known in medicine, will do, have done, and are
continually doing more to strengthen, restore and
sustain the human constitution than any other •
medicine that has yet been discOvered. Ofthis
he has innumerable proofs, and this. no man can
deny without falsehood. .
- Dr. WM. EVA N.S' medical preparations are for
all Stomach and Nervous 'Diseases. In. Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia. HiMats Affo.' ctionsor Liver Corn
plaints, Heartburn or Acktitv in the Stomach,
Tightness.at the Chest; Loss of A ppeffie, Pain in
the side, or Flatulency, Ilypoclimulriacistn, Low
Spirits, Palpjtations Of the Heart:. Nvrvons krit
tibility, Nervous Weakness, Fluor Athos. Semi
nal Weakness,ilndigestions, General. Debility,
Bodily -IVeakne4s, Colorosis.cirGreen Sickness.
Flatulent or Hysteral Faintings, hysterics, Head
ache, hiccup, Sea Sickness,•Night Marc,. Gout,
Spasmodic-Affectinns, Nausea,' Vomiting, Ptiliti
in the Side, Limbs, head, Stomach or.llack;: Dim.
ness or Conflusiotiof Sight, 'Noises in the Inside,
alternate Fltishings of Heat- and _Gliihiess, Tu
mors, Watchings, AnxietyiSpasms,.ltad Dreams,
Agitations, will in every case he relieved 'by all
occasional dose of Evans' Camomile Pills.
, \ .
. - Ladies, during the time of pregriacy, are . often
Head.ache,* Toothache, Hysterics, find other
troublesoin symptoms effectually relieved by these
dreparalions\ . .
Dr. IFNI. E ANS' MEDICAL OFFICE,' NO.
-- AUCADF4 - .Chesnut street; Philadelphia.
June 5, 1837.
ROISINSON , FrOFFICE;
80 Balt. et, 4' doors below the Franklin Bank.
50i000 - DOL - L - . - Ala& -
Persons - at - n - distance7dipoyd to try their
hick•in qjther of the fill rig - trand:Lotte- .
ries--one of which dr. ws alternately every
week—are respectful! requested to forward
their orders .to the sub.criber,' - enclosing the
cash or prizetiek - eN — daitrtatie - g - theiliottety,
will teceive inupediite attention byreturn
mail, and the drawiOgS forwarded when over
(it:requested.) • ' -
-(E: W. ROBINSON.
DRAWING OF LOTTERIES.—Order in which
the several State Lotteries.will be drawn.
Maryland State LcitterieS draws „In - Hal d -
from 10,000, 20,000 to 530,000 ; Delaware
Stdte_Lotteries _draws —t wice -every =week=;
capitals vary from 5 to $10,000; Grand_Con•-
siibiliaA Lottery draws once every . week,
capita 15.20.000,25,000 to $30.0001 Alexan
dria Lottety draws once every other--week,
capitals,lo,ooo, '20,000, - 30,00;50,000 ; Virt
ginia State Lottery draws every Saturday, in
each week, capital Prizes range from 10400.
20;000,. 25,00 Q, 30,000 to $40,000. Tickets':
in the above Lotteries vary from $2, 3, 4, 5
and lo each, shares in prbportion.. '
An letters addre ssell 'to the subscriber go
perfectly safe. No mibcarriage has ever oc
Feb. 14, '1837.—1y •
. , .
One Ilundred Busliele,of clean . Fhqseed want.
eil,at the store of the Subscriber in South Hallo.
ver Street. . . .
16011131111 U MlNZeallfiro
of Mark ci Sgua'rea Carlisle+ P l 4"
prevention . . .
, Co ughs,
• .For the and cure ' of . ...
Qolds., Asth Ina% . Consuinritions,',_spittink•of •
:01e(1.and'diSeaSes of the breaStand lungs,
• • --- --
- - -DOctor Etlork:4o- - Fi•eeniei. - the propri& •
tor • ofllie.speCific. resided tipwards-of four,
•y ea rs art - ong' , ifiti":differe.nt.. tribes, of
Americaii_liidiaos„-.and,with iiviWeatled dili. '
-:site ised-„ever , yitnens._in,his_Rqwer.ito_re lk _:-
gaffe - a knowledge
. .of tifFarnretirrerritetre'
iised.by them; 'for, the cure of,the., Sick and .
voundecl';.and more particulayly:those Which
er.take to,,,prevent and Cure the, constimp. .
t ion.. and. cora plaints Of the bieitst.and lungs. . -:
[le - observed the - Indians we - e-Subßidi to7nii=
nierousand.siniilar .complaints. , to. those or . •
t o ite,,peoplel intl. from , their- T o
ing, and . ,„ being- .exposeil to the . inc inclemency
_,OO-ill Vest hers, many Albeit '_coruplain_tn_,,„
we're: Ontiiiicated:, and , violein. - -... - ;Although,
• Many."6l4heir dkeases__Were'of. Snell -a na:-
tune. :IS would,- with-, people in a civilized
tintiehave terminated in confirmed consuinp. ,
tion`k ; . 'yet,: dui ing7the .ti me : Ire - viraw - with -----
' them. he.did not hear:cif-04'C who tlied of a, .'
consumption.- •-• ' r--- ' ' -
~..So happy are-they-lh':their4ktin*ledge-of --
'remedies, - and so •certain of-theireffects.::, --- -.
when . applied hi:ollie, that it-may be saidt ea
. . •
trne. constinrrption is a ,disease never known •
*or heard among - them '.! - l'hetiuth r of this
observation must be Corroh4fited by all who
have had:the:Opportunity •0f..-beconalng ac- -'
quainied with - these,people—li.mai then be - '
asked why they are exempt from these corn.
plaints?_ • The reason. is -obvious--; : because
they immedintolv seek for 'relief'. and pre- _
vent those Com laaints. which. insensibly un. • .
.and_ bring on incu- •
raide . Cathiniription.
-pills of direction, accompany - each.: bnitte
of the S:pecifici_ Pointing out-in-a 'conspicuous - -
Manner, all the symptoms in . the . different
_stages.of,t hese:distressing diseases ;-.ldso par.. ,
Ocular . directions respecting Diet. and-Reg- , - -
linen, and hOW patients are to conduct them-• .
selves Through every stage Until health is re.'
stored; , for vain: and useless 'would be the
prescriptions t)f..the ablest -physician, .SC ,
ceonpanied'witiftlie - ,mosvpoWerful medicines ~-.•
if his 'directions are. not . faithfully adhered."'
_ , .
theSeal-of_each bottic— t NOne can. be -gen
nine without thissigtiiibire , ;_a base compp_si
on 'the public by - It counterfeit imitation of _
of tin- alxive Spec
ific, is kept constantly on sale, by SAMUEL
EL1.,10 . 1"1,-Carlfsle, And by,Samuel Wilson
7 The proprietors are aware_ that there are-many
remedies for coughs and diseinies of-the ; lungs =•
some-no dount-are good,-but it has - reMainedio-sr
late day to (liacover-an article sq admirably fitted .
to these complaints ; .so . powerild and effectual,
and yet so, perfect ly innocent and. mild.•
Let not the nubile classlhe scientific result or
.a learned Physician and Divine with the nostrum.,
of the day: Let them makea.careful peruial of
the evidences attending this. article;_ their. re
spectability, and the decided -mannei in whtch
.they speak, and they cannot withholdlheir be
lief to some of its virtues. Let tit assure them
that a single trial of it will do more to - convince
all'of its merits than all they can see or hear ori
the subject,- It is.-quite-certain-that-no injury
has ever been known to arise from its free use:
.14n uncommon fact •s, that this_rentedy is a
syrup, as palatably and pleasant ta.theasste sr
the ncost popular French cordials and children
take it always with.the greatest readiness:'••
The prom ietors au e now in aking rapid arrange-
'._ments_to.have imtlie hands-of every
druggi.t and :pi thechry in the country. It nay
he known to he genuine - by the following signa. ;
hire :+ s hi l o w, of the Hey. 'Gentleman and Phi"
eician who is the author prat.
It h with great pleasure that the proprietors r
are enahled 'thus to bring forward an article so
truly meritorious ay this syrup, aiiitfram such a
source, and they trust.the count 1111 l tity: who have
occasion tor its use may always find it within their
reach, both twin' places at which it may be found,
and the low juice at which it is sold. .
A 'great number of the must wonderful cures
may be seen by calling on Me.. nolander,
- st - whose tore it-is for stle.— Sec- Mr. '
Celebrated Rheumatic, Nerves
"Applied morning and night, has' \ cured:hun
dreds. - -It gives relief in the swelling •or the
glands of the tilt-oat, and relieves the numbness
lings down, and inflamations out of the flesh,•
rheumatism, bruises and sprains gives 'Mime- •
diatet.relieri'll:strengthens., weak 'limbs, end
tends the cords when contracted. —A few 'l_drops .
on sheep's.wind applied to the ear of deaf : per.
sons, will by -constant application, cause-them to,,
hear in two months' time.
._2.A_ --- grent — number=OF-ct lifiaates--eribe-most _
respectable and decent character may be exam
ined Where it is sold. JPJ.enie eall'en S. C. Holender
Carlisle, who will give further information', or see
Mr. ltolander's papers.. ; •
Carlisle, October 36..1837„-Iy. cow
• PUBLIC HOUSE.
c & Eo. PRINCE, •
Torme . rly . of Stgibuw,,:qVorOunaberland
Cotints* - •
Begs leave _ respeollinkuvinform
:that he has removed. to liarrisburgvttlerchki•hao
taken,that large - and ap . acions thr t story rick
honite formerly ' -oeburned by Mat w ikon,. •
corner of %Wont andl'hird streets. • • •
. - • HARRISBURG, , •
~..I : y i e w' o f the State Capitol, which. he opened oh., •
ihe first rtitY.of Itlay.last, and. where de hopes to
ioatinue - to receive that patronage - so liberally
bestowed . . on,, his- - establishmerit 'heretofore. Plc -
will at all times, he provided with" every •.thing
necessary to make hia guests, comfortable.
• a d. PRINCE.. **
ETTEIIS of administration , upon the estate .
ri of Christian Conirer. late of Dickinson town-
Ctinthe-land eminty, deceased. have issued•
farm of law , to the subscriber. residing on
of said deceased in ' ` said toWnship —.•-
ions having claims against said estate vr.ill
theni, and. those indebted,will tettlso-pay- • "
. • The Andion Specjfic, ,
The public are - inforMed .thßt the deposil
'ions of, twn hundred and eighty seven per..
sons . rhave-heen taken • before 'the proper an. , - •
thnrities of the city of Lancaster, Pa. all COM.
pletely: - cured of the Most desperate cases
of consuniption, some of which are - detailed -.-
In the bilis accompanying the bottle.• •
rite price tif each bottle - a INDIAN
(1):ng the genuine„Sgecific is sighed by. Dr. - - 4
Pitrkson Freeman, and the initials C: F: on.
Dec - . 14, -1834.—1 y
tlev.lr.-Bartholomew 7 s-:;
PINK EXPECTORANT SYRUP.
An agreeable cordial, amteffective remedy
Cunglis.lloarseness;f_enlila,_Paina iii-the , Breast,L
Third Breathing, and piffietilt eipeetOra!yyni,"
.110 - ;Rdidis Es. Chi Wren: in - cold - climates-aid warm,
• ail uYI . Bone
N I.M E
Harrishur Jdne 1.837:
Estate ho over; Mecca
.• Nt ADA COOVETI,