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- 'ie- ECTOR IsT . S,YRU,i 3
Ikteagreeritile.cordial, and . effeetive remedy fol
Coughs,',kioarAeness, Colds, 'Pains in the Breast,,
hlard'Breathing, and Difficult expectoralion.%
' For Adults 0 Chil dren in cold climates andltiiiiin.
Thesproprietors are aware ; ,that.there are. many
•-• remedies for coughs lit Cnicase - s of-the lung-s-;
-.aoroe•nodonbt-aregoOd, bill it has rerpained to a•
late daylci" discover ail article so ,adinuAly fitted
to these complaints ; so, Owe'atil and i elfectual,
and yet so perfectly innocent and el:
I.ct.not the public the. smentificresult - 13
alearn.ql Physician anclfDivine with the nostrtims
, - of the day. --Let them'mnke il'eArefill' perusal of
t , the evidences attending . . this article; their re
, *spect ! inlity,,,,and the decided 'manner
they speak, -
,vigil lliey cannot withhold their be ,
to some of its virtues. '.Let -Us' assure '(bent
th it. a single - . trial of it will
. do MONS; to dint - v.-ince
ti al: of its ineritg. than all they can see Or; hear on
tie shbjeet. quite certain that, nO, injury
had' ever-been known toariscA'rom_its free-tiger-4 ,
.unconimon fact is,- that 'this remccly•is
syrup, as palatably and. -pleasant to. thclaste - iis'
the most popular French Cordials ainlXhildrett. l
.takelt . .always with The greatestreadineag.
The prbprietors.ge now making rapid arl'ange-1
... -- metits to:have this ' ariiclerinElthe hands of every
'druggist and apotliecary _ in the country. It 'May
be known to be gent - dile -the followink signa- 1
litre as below of
_the Rev. Gentlelnan and Phy
sioiii~ who is tine aittlior
tt is with-great pleasure-that the proprietOrsi
"arc enabled dins to bring for Ward, an article so
, source, and they•truSt, the. community' who have
---occasion-for ifs use may-always findlt .within their
reach, both . as•to.places at which itmay be found,
and the low price at whielrit.is sold.,
, Alreat must,:wondeifUl. - cures
may - be seetol calling on Mr, Holander, Carlisle,
at whose torett ie for sale. See Mr. .I.3plander's
„• , -
• papers. . •
-Also . for side by S. ELLIOTT
- : 'DISSOLUTION,- .:
TUE' Partnegship beretofore - ezisting between
the 'subscriberg under the firm of HALL -AND
OKTERis t his day di3selved by , - mutnai ecin..
• `sent. The .'books are in the hands of William
_A - Porter; who is authorized to settle the same.
', • ' JOHN-L.N.-HALL, '.
, - -- -WM. M. P:OHTER; •
, t - orirllSlgi_ Oct. 30,---:1857 . -,.-:,-,-, , = , ----,.---,':_
Mate - of Di: Jolin - P. .Geddes, 'deccal l t .
Alt persons. indebied to the estate .of
Dr. John P..Geddis, fate of 'the borough
- of Nei , 'Arllte, deceased; are reQues - tect to
make payment; without delay; to Mrs.
Catharine .1: Geddes,_Executrix., reSidine
h to• Robert I
. executor, residing in Frankford
township; those hairing clams against.
- authenticated.for..sottlement. •
- -:•EIATIVE -- .ItGEODES.
• - -ReecOtris.
ROBERT LA IRD, • '
- • - 0 - -Executory
' Dec. 18, 18-27,..-6WI .
_ . . _ ,
Eis-hereiry - giveirttrrrnho .actor - ttliMon•
ers of Comberlantl_connty;:,trilt hold_t „Wads
- for the Year . 1838, in the- different townships in
*said county, nt fhp time and places .as slat r)e
low,. for the_pt_trpae of )learin2.all personsiOn
may apply for redress, and to grant such relief,
- its to them shall appear just and reasonable; tG
For _Dickinson and, 'Westpennslibrough town
. t :ips, at the public house, of
,John Paul, in West
,: ,ennsborough township, on Friday thel6th
• ,if February itext.
For Shippcnsburg hogough, at the public house
of Jacob Engle, in said borough, on .Saturday the
17th day of Febrisary next.
For Southampton and Shippensburg tOwnships
'at the same place, on • Monday the-I,day of
, James Sponsler, in Newinirgli,. on Tuesddy the .
Otli day of Februaryrnext.
'For Newville and,,Newt-ni-4ivbships, at the
public hofise of Michael Ifeffleman, in Ne%%ville,
'on Wednesditii, the 21St day of February next.
For Mifflin and Frankford .townships, at the
same place, on Thursday tile 22d 'day of Febru
For North and South Middleton townships; at
the Commissiober's office, in Carlisle, on Friday
the 23d day of February next.
For—Silver Spring and East Pennsborough
townships, at the public house .of Joseph - Grier,
in Hoguestown, on Saturday' the 24th day 7 of
For the borough of Mechanicsburg, at the
ptiblic house-of John Hoover, in said borough,on
-.Monday the 26th day orFebruary next.
For_ Allen township, at the public house of
David Shafer, in Shepardstown, on Tuesday-the
For Monroe lownshiii; 'tll.e public house- of
David Martin, in Churelktowo, on Wednesday tht .
• 28th darof February next.
-For the borough of Carlisle, at the Coromi.S.
----- Titionees-fifficeon --Thuriday the UV
clay of March next:, ' '
• o::f.The Priticiptd4gcssoi..l of each
• are also . notified and 'required to attend iftthe;
time and -place fixed -for the appeal of their
• .spective townships.. ' . •
ISy order of the - Commissioners: •
. JOHN I,RWIN, Clerk,
Commissioner's Office, •
Carlisle, Jan: 18, 1838. S 6w.t
State to the different Diatricts — Or Cumberland
county, for the school' year cornmencing.the
Ist Monday ofJOne, •±•-• •
Allen $273 85 Newton . 4188 - 39
• Carlisle 506.92 Newville ' 98 40
Dickinson 328 88 N. Diddled % 229 83
E. Pennsboro' 293 r 28 S. b4liddieton 299 10
Mechanicsburg 80-92 Shippensb'g.tp 18 12
- 191' 4 63 Southampton
Oonroe • . 199-40 ,
THOS. H." BURRk
Superintendent of porimpi
SecretnyY's Wfice, Harrisburg,l
.Janunry I,stfi, 1838:-3t. •
Wl-IF4IE,A.Si by, the late Treasurer's Report it
tippears that a large amd'unt oCEounty Tax in
. outstanding in. the hands of
collectors, and. it having become necessary and
expedient that said balances"be collected,
-17,esplved, Thai the• Treasurer be hereby in
. stru t ted and 'required -to call upon colleefors i from
• whom_balances appear to be due. and ; to issue
his warrants for the collection' according to law
otall balances that may be unisettled after the se
cond jdorniey,Of February next. . •
- • " JACOB ZUG,
' , ' - . ' ROBT. C. STERRETT
• • - - Commissioners
Commissioner's Office t t • 4
4 Jan. 18 •1838.--3 t. 5
JUST received an 'ass ortment of Fancy
leather, such as Men's and Women's
IVlorocco,'Fiench do, i'ed and green
QDOZ. mpcx. SHELLCOMBS, for
sale..bY , CHAS. BARNI'r Z.. •
dtroffat's Vegetable L(fe Pills, and:
' - All nations, from the remotest ;Tes s hit bad ships f Lai
Columbus only rtnind oat the way tai A therica. Before the
%time of the itreat'Spanishaaviipitor;peepli? were Only ena ,
bled to 'paddle abou Gthe -short. s. Just so with the
Midicines. It -is but tip yews since I first vontiii•etluplin
an unknown ocean, nod I have (Memo:roil the pc. emus
object I wits in sear,elt - of—IIEALTII. Veg . , table medicines
were,intletel know is whets I collnnellOott lor_searchi -. but
their ObelfraS hot.st By. the tile of 1 have not only
Busied front, the dejected iu yalid; to thi! hale, hearty and..
active Man busiiess,,but,
c'tfinpanthivele sit.ilsing,l have
- renewed-1;1j- youth, - 1 - ean - thusitli cOnlittt nce
experience, advise witismiy fellowscitizois. ' , Boa nit reader
want-proof that the•VEG ET 111.1 - ,:1141.11%11i1D1CIN BS
art:Amiable to-bis own .citsi.?, on file' at ley officeol
545 Broadway, Iliad Fedi iirtel.tifrs.frant some Orthe-ilioSt
resveetable.eitil,ms 4 . 4 . .11ns my nativeLaild, voltniary oiler
ed in testimony of•thui•virpies of A Guov - yliotT7llll,E..
— Pai - oin — iiiostTdoii . ;iiiiiiipns..ikave been - C.11;1y -- cit'n'iCii - 113 :
the %full-infallible" finitieral preparations of the .day,'will
bear me witness; that the Life •Jloshrines, mid such. only, arc
the true course tapermanent good health%
, ' • JOHN MOFFAT:
GENERAL REMARKS 'RELATIVE vo
FAT'S .LIFE LLS . Si; PIHENIX 'BITTERS
These laedieine'sbanelong been known atittappreelated,
for their.extratwilinary and immediate powers of restoring
peefeet :width, to persons, siillini»g oadyr•u'early every kind
ordisensil toss bleb the liumait fritmeis liable:.
— lmurany littnilredrorcervilidatcd-instnneestlicy-linte
even rescued soffirers from the very verge of an untimely
gra ye, 'after all the deceptive nostrums of thevlay had ut.
• terlydited; anal to many tlionsinials they linve-yeransuietrify
--seraieral that--ntrillirm enjoyment - of len-ttliTwitftmrt-whichr
! life itself is NIL a partial blessing. Su great, indeed has
their ullicaey invansably and infallibly proved olint it has
appeared scarcely'-leis than- mirnoilous-to those -who were
inuteapaniiited with the beautifolly philosophical poiliciples
'mia which they are conMetnulcd,rand_upon•Lwhich they
consequently act. Tt - was to their ffi
_ ninfest 'rani! sensible
action in.purifying the. springs anal channels of, life,'.and
enduing them svit ferajhewed tone•anal vigor, that they were
ineebted for their name, which was bestowed Upon Him at
'the spontaneous request of several individuals whose lives
they had obviously saved. • . , ..-. -
- ..1 lie proiirietor, rejoices in the opportunity afforded hy
the universal diffusion of the daily press,Tor playing,- his
VEGE FABLE . : LIFE PILLS within the knowledge meal
- reach of every individual in the ci onniiiiiity• Unlike the
host-of- pernicious qiinclaerics, w Lich boast of vegetable ill
grrtlic•nts; the Life Pill, ale..ruftly 1-/;;;ctaslc, anal contain
neither Mercury, •Antimony, .Arsenicofr :my-other min
•cral, in any Conn, whatever. They :are iecttirely-conmoied
ofestractsOom rare nod poWerfail plants, the virtues of
which; .thoogh long known to several ' Indian tribes, and
recently to sonic eminent pharmaceutical chemists, are alto
'.gether unknown - to the ignorant metenders 'to medical
. were never-before, administered in
. 60.. happil
eilieneious a combi mini jail: ,
The first ciperationjs to !doses' the coats of the 'stomach
•and.bowels, the.various impurities and crutlitittLesms_tantly_
settling around them; •alial to remove the liaralcired. faces
wlfiela collect in the einittittliimx.ol the small intestims.
Other medicines partially Cleanse these. and leastesintals-col
-lecterkniasierlirtmtak tis - to produce habitual costiveness,
as ith all its train of evils, air sudden diarrhoea, With its Mi.;
-iminent alatigers.• l'hiS - fact is well, I,lloWil to all (gala
amitomistsoclio examiite the human levwels after deatlng
- old hence the prejudice or these %Sell informed Olen against
the smack medicines-of the age. The second effect of the
.VEGET ABLE LIFE PILLS isqh cleanse,the kidders and
the bladder,-and by this means, the Baler and, the lungs, :
the healthful action of. ai liii-la entirely .depends. upon the
regularity of-the-mireir . t °rpm.' flic_blooal.-sa high. takes,
- its - red color from the agency 61 the liver and the Id figs be
fre it passes into the I; vact, being thus' purified by. them,
-iusal-ururthlaod by - 51Y41....-earning r1 . .c..1.11. 'lesu stonmstli.,_
courses freely through the veinwcrynews es cry parSof the
tystent, and triainiphanlly• mounts - the' litilther oh health in
~_.,_.. :1;1,e - fiillownsr:turcsamougth-c - alist - ffsciirg - Variety-of human
[ - disc:au-5,40 NS11:1,11 she Vegetable Life Pills are well litiown
to lie infallible:-
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly -.demising the first and,
vernal stomachs, :and creating a flaiwof pore, healthy Wk.'
nstead of the stale and acrid kind;-.Flatillency Pa flotation
of the heart, Loss of A plit•tit.... Ile art-bairn and Hind-ache,
Restlessness; 111-temper, An•ictg,. Iding,inr.anal' k1 , : 1 4 1,- ...1
eholv,,abiela are the genyr3l - .XyliaMaini•S'iif Dyspepsia, Ns ill
% gi?ti - ,11 as a natural eons, ems-live of . .„its• ...1111. C , Ji2 , ,'?ie i t . , I
likeleansingthe at Laths li'lic'tticif t lie intetrincs with 0 sal
vet,ttroce,s. anal a iihout violence.; all rml..nt purg,s least
the bowelicottivew it Lin Ivo days.- -I tiot r Phit a :yid Cholera. 1
Its, ~ m as jag- tilt' .:11 . 11 , i'n! . fluids, by whiell thew Volit- 1
plaillt.B are occasioned, and by promoting the Itilnicatakse
, rerytiorraf -- tire - gantscur-smeiiiiiritto. 1. - re---,;} - 0,1111
1 icy restoring the..blililil I , rigid:it' 0111:1011t1011, alirougli thrl
process . .ef,pciqi,l tatta .11.. some , -,lsv, ;mil the thorough so
; Intim ase- - affintesthine aijajtcale6, - 016 --- ollia-cs. • Thai LIFE
; -pli--I.S hi av v•ho011 kr. own't;l , llrrvi:lirt,rurerl-ni - pvrtna,tently
! n thrce weel,s, and 1..,:th I. kali that time, by . retnos ing
Jousts- - Den/tvic.: al nil A;m/..;11)....1r0eing and strengthening
j• the Rialnel's and bladder; ?lacy operate most delightfully on
thus, impertant organs, tam! 1,-line hnse ever bran fund cl.
certain remedy for the worst(llsoi of Gravel. A Ito, Worms,
by dislodging--from the to roiogs of:the bowels the slimy
'ostler to which these creatures adhere. '
A stir pin and Con.
sumption, by relieving the air-vessels of the lungs from th e
mucus, whault even ilaglareolds;will occasion, a Inch if not
removed becomes hardened, and produces those 'dreadful.
diseases.; Scurvy, Ulcers, anal inveterate sores, liy the pert
„feet purity, whieli these Life Pills give to the blood; and aly
the humors; Scorbutic Eruptions, and had complexions, be
their alternaiivetaffect upou the fluids that feed the skin, this
morbid state of which oreasions - all Eruptive complaint-
Sallow, Clotitly,4otd.other disagreeable•Coniolexions. 'Elie,
use of these Pills for a very short Coney will effiet nn entire
-cure of - Salt-Ithemo, Erysipelas,"-unil -a-striking 'improve
silent in the Clearness of the shin. ca w ntnn colds find In ;
in thvi worst cases. l'ilaas, - ,:as' a rode,' yafor. dais' lism ost diti
1 min sang aind"olistinate malady, the X eget:able Life Pills de
serve a distinct - nod einolia lie ran:owns. natation. It is well
kunwntothundreds in this city, that the Proprietor of - these 1
invaluable Pins. Was liiiMelf afflicted . with the, eomPlaiiii.
for upwards of fhirey-live,provst;:ttol he Lied in wain evert'(
remedy prescribed withilii thew hole Compass att....ma....
31, dirt.-41e however, at length, tried the medicine which
he now -Mil rs to the publi c;:ind he was cured tit a very short
lime, after his reel's, my had hero pronounced not only inv.
probable, but absolutely impossible, by ally homan means.
DO ECTIONS FOR US E.-The Pioprietorof the VeTe•
table Life l'ills'does not Itilhow the base dad mercenary mac
; tics of the quarks of thaa alas-, iii atlVisilig„perSoill to take
his Pills in large quad arks, No gond iite . diciive can p.orils ,
hlthe so required.' - Tlii-seTiills tire to lie taken at bed time
every night, for a week or fortnight, according to the disease.
, The usual those is from 2 to 5 . , a ceoriling to the constitution
; of the person. Very delicate persons shamlal begin wigi-ase;„
`two, and increase as the -nature of the case may require
those more robust, or of very costive habit, may hegin with
3,,and increase to -1, or even 5-Pills, and they will effect a
sufficiently happy change to guide the_ patient in their fur
ther ape. These Pills sometimes -occasion sickness and
vomiting, though very seldom, unless the stomach is very
; foul; tins, lio.weverowisti be_considered a favorable symptom,
as the patient Mill find himself at once relieved, and hyper- l
I'lo or 13 hours, and never give pain unless the bowels are
I very much encumMfred. They may be taken' by the most
delicate females under any circumstances.-It is, however, ,
I recommended, that those in later periods of pregnarY should
take but one-at- a -Oho', and thus continue to keep the.
bowels open: and even two may lie taken where thepatient
'•-Is - Very coStive..- One pill • T h -ii solution aTfTA6 7 fable- spoons-1
full of water, !nay he given to iiii infant in the following
doses-a tea spoon Rill every hen hours till it operates; fora
coital from one tat five years of age; half a pill-and fruits
- five to ten, one pill. - - . - • .„
• THE PIBENIX DITTEIIS, lire sosalletl) because they
'-; possess•ilie power.of_Testoring the expiring embers of health,
to agferwritg vigor throughout the constitution, as the Plans
aniX"-is said to be restored to life frnin the ashes of its own,
dissolution. 'lite Phcenix Bitters are entirely vegetable,
, composed of roots found onlyin certain parts of the wr , stern
, country,which willinfallibly_eureFF.VEßS AND AGUES
of all kinds; will never fail to eradicatc'entirely all the ef
fects of Mercury, infinitely soonela than the most powerful
.preparations of • Sarsaparilla, mid Will immediately cure the
detertuluntion,of BLOOD TO 'l'llE HEAD; never Rill in
the sicknety - inetilent to•young fent rilet 1 and will be found a
icertain remedy in all cases of, IICI . VOIII debility and weakness
iif - the - morrimpaired constitutions. --- As-a remedy ter thiea
nie and Inflammatory Rheumatism, the efficacy of the
Phoenix Bitters will be denumstrifted by the use of a single
bottle. 'Flue usual dose of these bitters is half a wineglass .
--fullritt-wateror - wirreararrilthiX•qtla - fiTityiiiiirliViliTilm
or three times a-day, about half an -hour before locals, or a,
less quantity may be taken at all times. -,:lro these whosarc
afflicted, with indigestion after meals, thatse Bitters will
'prove invaluable, as they very greatly increase the action of
the principal viscera, help them to perform their functions,
And:enable the stomach so--discharge into the bowels
wit Meier is offensive. Thus ind igestion is easily and a peedi
. -sorbentLvessels-being-cleaused,-nutrition-is-faeilita terl,-and
strength orbody and energy of mind are the happy results
For further pa • rticulars of AIOFFAVS LIFE PILLS,. and
,PI-HENIX• -BITTERS,. apply atolsir,Mottit's Office,' KO.
16 Broadway,New York, where the Pills _can be obtained"
for 25 cents; 50 cents, or 131 per box;. arid the Bitters for MI
- or fp per bottle. '1:0 - '1 , :tinseroals tWitificates of the %stinger
ful efficacy of both, may be there inipected.. - ,
In some obstinate and .comPlicated easeirpr chronic and
Innarnmatory.Rheumatism,iLirer Complaints, Fever and
Ague, HyspepiiiiiTalsYL Piles, i'njuries from the use of mer
cury, quintne,and other.diseases of long- standing, it maybe
found necessary to talreboth the Life Pilltrand Phoenix/11W
..tetal, in-thedoses helbre reegmmenacti. . .
N. B.—These Pith and thii Bitters will get all mercury out
of the systentinfinitely. faster than the best preparations of
Sarsaparilla, and are a cetain 'remedy for the cashing of
brood to' the-hedd, headaches,. tic douleurux,
fze.r•All persons who are . predisposed to apoplexy, palsy,
&e,, should never be without the Life Pills or the Bitters,
for one dose in time will save life. They equalize the cirep
lotion of the blOod, draw all pressure from the head, restore
perspiration, and throw off every impurity by, the pores o
For sale at the store of S. EI o LIOZT
SepNerntet 18, 1837.-4 y: -• •
One Hundred ilushela of clean-Flaxseed Want
ed at the,, store of the Subscriber in South liana
Carlisle Sept 18,1837.
Letters of Administration - 0u the estate, of John
Marra dee:Cased, late of Monroe township, 'de
sceased; haiinglissued to. the subscribers, residing
in said township. All persons having claims against
the estate , will present them to the sklasc.:Ars - for,
paytnent,and all , persnniinWebted ttiAtile'eotate'will
make. partlent'immediately, to.
, George Brindle,
Nov 20, .183 7. • „ Rxectitora
8. c. boLAIsiDEit.
Wljr - ..v..#t4tiOr'.:7l,lTooo:_ 4-itt!::i-i1g1e.)..,0..0it*J9-..<-:
UNITED STATES ARMY.
- - - „.-- _ • ..:
re ecruit.irig Ser`vice-.
•WANTEP for the UNITED STATES AR-
My; a few alApliodied citizens,. between the-,
.11 ges - 103 - tind Veing„about 5 feet 6
inches Likho:of 'good 'character, 'and- of -re
sPeCtable stantling q arnong their felloWci6
zenso None'need VIA yiltiYOortrr the•service,-,
'hut.thbse w.ho-are tititirefisiliVir•fo.serve the
tbree..years,-4onistly and faithfully.
Fab of Dragoon
. . •
• - mounted.
rThis (able shows the amount l •
,of pay which enlisted soldier,' h.
actordipg• to their' regOective.'
IHgrad_es, are -entitled to . receite
for their services. .•
To the Sergeant Major, - Qnar. - • • • : I
termasterSergeant,,Ch'l Mti- • u _
siciap, & Ch'l Bugler-_—each 16_ 192 4 640_
Tro•the- . .1.5t Ser't of a company -15---180-5.75.
Ordnance Sergeants ' •
All other.Sergeeants--;;each . 12 ,144 432
Corporals 10 120 - 360
Bugle-i's - 9 .108 324.
_ . .
Musicians . -
Farriers and Blacksmiths
Besidgegie monthly pay, asaheVe stated ? ,
er : day is allowecrev : ery Soldier,
,N — amply sufficient for -his subsistence
a large supply of comfortable itod
genteet-clothing; - GoothqUarters .and - fuel
.are at all - times furnished; - and -every atten
tion will he, paid to,making tnrose,.pieu who
May - erilist, and are determined-t-o-serv-e - tirei
coun'tififf comfot table,and con
fated with their. situation. „I'he best medi
cal attendance is- always. provided for the
sick soldier; and no deduction of pay is made
during the petiod ate is unable to pc! form
his duty: - Should the soldier be disabled,in
-the line of his duty, the Jaws provide a pen
- sirm - .
By the above-it- is seen that the pay_and
latto. B e.ar t ce.S_ t ax.e_ce'sppcutble, and that, with
prudence-4n(l -- iteon - tifily:lll - e..inolith iy
the soldier-may be-lard up•—as--every - thing
requisite for his . c.6Efeirt and convenienCe is
furnish - €.(l'4 the GOvelinment, including his
sugar- and cat - MC. -The prudent"- soldier,
Iltlierefore„_may readily save from 8800 to.
8500 during his short enlistm - ent . of. sears; :
an - d - iit•the eKpira tion 'of - the term he can, if
- 11 C thopSes,' purchase a smalifirm in any of
western - Slates. ailirtlre - re — sertte hiroselrcom:- -
fortably, on his cm n land, for the-rest of his
thefrante building in East Nail: .streador
tntztly .userdfia thvroluifteerfirititin& effirer -
Decdmber 4, 1337.-f •
7 - 0:7"1:11 — aLsillTral TWO" DOLTTAItS
}Dill be given , to any citizen, Non-commis-.
sioned Officer, or Soldiar, who shall bring to
this Ilendezrous an able-bodied recruit, well
formed, sound, and otherwise duly qualified;
(asvaluave described;) for the duties.of a sol
dier, and who shall bee, regularly enlisted.
E3O Balt. st., 4 rigors below the Franklin knife. j*
- Capital=-. -
50 - 000 DOIGIARS; - _
Persons . at a distance diposed to try their
luck in either orthe following grand Lotte
ries—one of which draws ''alternately_ every
week—are respectfully re9uested to forward
their •orders to the subset iber, eficlosinf,•• the
cash or prize tickets, designating the Lottery
will receive immediate attention-by return
mail.jind the drawings forwarded when over
• Baltimore, Md
_DRAWING or LOTTERIES.—Order in which
thc.several State Lotteries will be drawn.
-- Maryland State Lotteries - draws in -11 a
more'.eVery tither , Monday. capitals range
from 10,000, 20,000 to $30,000 ; Delaware
State LOteeties draws twice every week,
.solidatad Lottery draws once every week,
.capitals 20,000, 25,000 to $30,000 ; Alekan:
dria Lottery, draws once every other week,_
capitals 10,000, 20,000, 30,000,50,000 ;
1- ginia State - Lottery - draws every. Saterday-in
each week, capital prizes range from 10,000,
20;000, 25,000, 30,000 to $40,000. Tickets
in the above Lotteries vary from $2, 3,4, 5
and 10 each, shags in proportion. . •
All letters addre ssed . to the.subscriber go
perfectly safe. No miscarriage has ever oc
• Feb. 14, 1837.=1y
Oi RENT' •
, (ffA HE-subscriher-kviVrent—that well known
N A - Jarge - and convenient house, for many years
occupied by Christian Iltymich, and more re
cenßy by others; as a
N HOUSE.;:flie house is remarks
. '4, ;#. V bly well cAlculated for •entertaining
BOARDERS ; there tieing three'
.stair-ways, and Fire places in - most of the rooms.
Thesituation is very plea4ant and desirable, being
on - the - north - west - torner °CHI - Mover and - L - mi - ther
-- e - 416 -- e - teiikhilE, --- fcii. -- convenience's it excels iipy
other house" in the boiongh or country...At pos.
Sesses the ormsOal - advantages of 12 roms on-the--
first floor-42 roorns.on the 2d floor-4 rooms on
3d floor.-6 CeJ4ars - Two wells of
'water ; (one at the frorit door on Louther street,
with a pump therein; the other in the yard at,the
- kitchen door;) a C3istcro „made to:Contain ctlity
five. Hogsheads; large' and convenient. stabling;
• with, carriage house-and' - sheds. large a nd
lent gardens attached to the ? buildings . besides ,
many conveniences not specified.
2.zAlso, one franie - . Weather boarded
,Two Story House, situated in East LoitiK'r
with Vvo Cellarsia Garden and Stabling attached
4.. A 150,.. one . . other Weather•boardecl
House in West I:Outlier - street, adjoining the Ger
man Reformed 6hurch, with a Garden attached
o it. For Term s apply to ' - • '
,Noy. 20. • . CDEDSTIAN'HUMRICH
New Books .lir. Stationary
THE subscriber bps just received at• his
Book And Drugaiteire, in the borough of
1 c A a ss t o i r o bi l n i e s n: of t h e
He has also added a large number of DRUGS
AND MEDICINES to his former assort
ment:., All of which will be sold at the low
January 9, 1838.., .
ipUR and SILK Plush , Bonnets, black and
fancy coloyys, far sale by • • •
• • CHAS. BARSITZ; •,
fflOrtgt - A. 2 TVQ.
MOM subscriber-offers -for Sale the folkoring
- , : ,, K - = - describeclAtouse , andAtalf-lot , of groUnd i -sit,
trate on the 'north side of Main ,Street in the burr
()ugh - otCarlisle, nearly. oppysite Nix. George
Afigliinhaughlsritotel—the west. half of fok:NO.
61, the 'Plan, of said .borough—botindeff , by,
Main' street - oriAlte 'south, 'C. "-I'...ltlPirtirtfiir
west; Dickinson alley (23 feet wide) on the neat],
..andalte_w_idtttir Creighton on-the east, containing
30 feet in front and 4240 feetiu depth': • The
'dings are a • •
Frame lf ath arbour ded
. • , • ,
fli!...l , .i•mts - PA . - •
fronting on Mtn 'street-with
.- 'Brick Back Building, • -•
BRI'cK STABLE , ,
fi onliitg vii the
alley.. Sai d half. lull is ip It high.
state of improvement, with a variety of choice
'Fruit TreCs and '.Crapc.VlOC;s;
now bearing, CurraiirdifirGooselierry Biislecs,, and
Shrtildikry of kinds.
_Ai) inclisputable_ti . tle„Will begivetrAmt_he_pur
chager. Further , parttetiliys fre, deemed unne
cessary., -Any persons ‘vishing.to purchase, are'
invited to call'and view tlie premises. .The terms
will be madknown iy
August .28:1837: ' • • • •••
',UTE RESTING CASE -CURED 'BY
Pit; WM. EVAN S!S CA Mt MILF: TON re
-AND FAM PLY -• APERIENT R.
BI3NJAMIN.,B9WN; corner of Shippen and
George streets, Philadelphia; -affected for
seven_ years with extreme.- nervousness, -14-
which.he was 9m,t_Able tow rite his ,narne
his symptoms were; eructation, daily spas
modic pains in the head, loss of appetite pal
vpitation Of the heart, giddineks and din - Mess
of'sight, utter inability of engaginX,7ifLany.
thing that demandecpyigor
coldness • and •wcaltness., ! of ,1)N extremities,
emacjaifon and extreme debility, disturbed
rest, a sense of pressure itnii , weight"at the
stomach after eating, great. mental despon
dency, severe flying pains in the chest,:bacrit
'Ural side, costiveness, a dislike for sucict
'and etinVersafion: Mr; B. has made trial of
-variousnredicines now•before the ptibli aft
to no effect; until, obSerVing in a public na
paper'some cures perfot Med by Dr. William
erft-Pills,leWas:indutectto give them-a-uialy
of which, he • is . at zany , time happy to, suite
that theyeffectuarly_,cured_him of •the_abuve_
dh;t-res'sing. disease; - :
• Persons mld` doitbt the above cure, are
- most,respectfully directed to the aboyeAfen
firmed person, at 'the not th : westcdrner of
Shißpen and Geot:ges streets;
10 120 360
8 . 96 283
br. -\VM, .EVANS'S Medical OfliCez for
the SZ tle ef his exaillent MLdicine, - is at •No;
EMILE H .Sl' iladt.l4llLiablir
his Mediciiie can alivays be obtained:
• :For sale at fhis,ollide.
• . •
The Subscriber returns hiS_sincere thanks
to his former customers, for the liberal share
of patronage, which has' been given 'him add
solicits a•cont.inuarice of the same; as also he
invites l those, whp may not, as •yet,-.have
-given lurn a call, to do so at his shop in-North
-- Havinglately , returaed' from—the—the city
of Philadelpnia, bringingyiih him : the_lates
and`most approved fashions, the suliseribei
has on hand, a Jarge assortment: of .
. T.I)Z9 (Dal - au - I it
. s •- ,
&c. finished in a suptrior style.o *
Also, FUR AND ZEAL CAPS, of-the
taCcsCYtistiidtis, all ofwhich_wilLhe. sold low
for cash, or exchanged for country produce.
Call and sec. , -
. ANDREW G._ LECHLER. -
Nov.. 20 0- .18:.17.-tf
• .GE.O. PRINCE,•
Formerly of Stinbur'y, - • NorthuniberlOnd
Begs leave respectliilly to, inform
Ahat_helias-rein - ovcd-to-llarrisburg,-where-he-has
taken'thatlaige and spacious .- three story brick
house formerly occupied ,by Mathew
dorner'of Walnut and Third streets,
_ HA thilS
In view of the-State Capitol; which he openekpn
the first day of May last, and where We hopeaio
continue, to receive that patronage so _liberally
bestowed on his establishment heretofore.: He
will at all times, be provided with every thing
necessary to make his guests comfortable.
• G. PRINCE,_
Harrisburg, June , 1837. * tf
AFurther supply of . Brandreths in 50
cent boxes, just received,-artil for sale, at
OGILVY &I - lITNER
', • _
AR ERIC - A '..
• L., INSUILLYCZICOMP.daIc_,,,„
cji - PITN - 1,03. * O 600.
9, ..."' • •
THIS Company: ,stall -•Continues to•make,
Insurance-on all kind of property through
'their agency in Catlisle:, The premium is
regulated according to - the risk; Averaging
from 35 tef 40 cents, in the hundred d4llttrs.
-- DescriPtioOs- will be received, ar,d_policies
dated from the day of.survey. •
• JOHN J. MYERS,
. . • , ..agent.
January 9 . 0 . 838.-3 m. • • . = ,
DR. SHUBA:EL HEiVEW
.. ' ' • '-• and Bone .
. . .
. . •
...:.-- .. 11 N, 1 . M EN-Ir.._ •
.. . . . . .
Applied Morning . and night, has cored hun
It gives relief yin -the swelling br the
glands of the throat, and - relieves thq munbness
and contractions of the limbs end will take'sWek
lings down, and inflamationa out 'of the .fleshiH
rheumatism, bruises and sprains,--li giv'es imme
diate relief r:. it strengthens weak -limbs, and ex
tends the cords when contractedA few drops,
on sheep's wool applied to the ear o deitf.per:'
sons, will by constant apPlication,''causelhein to
hear in tWo months'-time. S.
A great ioriber. of ecrtAtates qr the most
respeatabie..aoalecetit ~cloOacter- . may be'exatil.
fined where it is sold. Please call on 8. C. Bolander
arlisle, WIM will-give' 'further-lamination. or see
Mr. Bolantler's papers..
CarbslecOctober 3(41837.-Iy. co w . • 48.
Also for s . al6 by S:. ELLIOTT...
E - N MIN BONN.
is the grantlestAnmatmint ibelonging to the hu:
man frame. • •Iluv
- c,ontentnc&:!and. premattirely—brings_on - the:
appearanct , of old age; WO causes ninny to-re
coffittheing ,uncovered, and sometimes even to
shuit,Seciety to avoid' the - „Psts and sneers of then'
aegilances: the retnamder of their lives.-atc
..corequently_spent in retirement.--11n=short,,not
even the ass of property fills the generous thinks
ing youth with _that' heavy sinking . gloom
the Joss of . his', hair, To avert all:tltesel impleast:
ant circu mstances, OLDIIIDOWS BALM OF
COLlP:AlltlA^Attips the- hair from falling 'off on
•the first appliCation, and afew bottles restore3it
giqtr.'tlt keWise: - -prod n . ces- eb ro ws7and-w I Us--
.kers; prevenlSAlM:hal:Firmmturiiing , grey,--makes
it curl beautifull) aryl, ees..it' from scurf: I%N_tre .
nieroUs cerlifieates (ID the - first reSpectabilitr;in
'support of Abe- yirtnes. Ohlvidge's Ballo; • are
nsunio by the papriefors,,
• • ' • eillead the following: • •
:Rd BEIM_ Vt* lIA 11TO N, Esc' . lat cThfriy Or of
haircertified,..as.rnay ' .be seen' below,.
to the. high 'character of the 'following gentle
• men: ' . - -
. . The undersigned do hereby
,eeitify that -t . ire'
intKe_used_thci_itahn of Columbia discoveredby
.t. Qldridge, and have , found it highly servicea
ble not only as.alireventative against the falling
TIIATCIII gli s senior, • -
•No. 86 North Fifth'stre.!:t.
I.)..TILOMNS, M. 11.163 ILice.st • .
JOIIN S. FICIIINEY — „IOI'Spriice - st.
,ILUGWIWCURDT,243 South 7th st.
.1011 N GA liD„)r. F 23 Arcli St. •
The aged, and those who persist in wearing
wigs, -1 - nay not always expetience its restorativ
quatities, , yet i.t will certainly, raise its virtues in
;the. estimation .of the public,. Whey it is imotvii
that three of the abOve signers are more 50 years
of age, and theothers,not . less than 60,
From the Mayor.]
CO3I2IIONiVEALTII OF F I EN:4T.I.VICIA,
Cit) ;- 01 . 1thilatielphia. - • •
l'abh-Ar t t,vpinafgrit(L7d/_y_Qf
11 - M7l - 61iilitT; hereby certify that-I am • well
acipininted -with' Messrs .1 -P. loglis, John. S.
Furey, Ihd Hugh McCurdy,' whose
signed to the above certifiettteLthat they are.g'en
tlernen of character and ,respectability;'-and as
such full credit should be gixcuto.the.said eev,:
In witness whereof,save heiTunto set-my,
hand, titirl can_ fed the KO or thiseity_to be
s:] sixth-day-of -Decernbiw,-84c..
ROBERT' NVI - lARTOf4;•Alayor.
011,scrvc_that each bottle . of the Genuine Balm
r;4l.- s fiend's(' engfaved wra er, on which is
refireseoleil the.Fant; o c,.
For sal'oat whohisalc by Coi - srocn.. Sc Co. sole
Agents - For Amrica; "New York, and by , most
Fot -Sole by SC-0. BOLiANDER, darfisle.
-• Also far sale-by ELLIOTT; '
:CONSUDIPTION CUREDT: •
For the prevOtion-and . oure •of Coughs;
Colds, Ai•;thirlV:Consunriptions: •spitting of
Blood, acid diseasesof the breast and
- & - e, • - • '
- - .
•Docior_Clarkeon • Freeman,. the proprie
tor of the specific, resided, upwards of four
years - ramoog- the different • tribes of North
gence used every means in his 'power to re
quire.a knowledge, of .the_different remedies_
,them, for 06 cure of the sick .. arrd .
wounded ; and More particularly those which
hey take to prevent and cure the' consemp . -
tion. and complaints-of the breast and-.lungs.
He observed the we• e subject to nu
merous and Similar complaints te 'those of
white people'; and from, their - .mode liv
log, and being e'xpoSed to the inclemency
of all weathers, many of theiti_eximplaints
were_complicated and violent, ,-.Although,
many "of their dUreases were cf Snell a na
turc as would, with people in 'a
srateli .e t r minated- in: eon firm ed-consurn
!ions ; yet,' diiring the: time - he' was with
them, lie did not hear of one who died of a
So happy are they in their knOwledge pf
remedies, and so cei taro. eLtheir effectsr—
when- applied irittime, that it maybe said "a
true' consumption' is a'disease nereF.known•
or heard among them." The truth, of this
-observation must be corroborated by allyvha
have had the opportunitjFThf - becorrthig - ric-r ,
piainted with theSe people. It May then be
asked . whythey are exempt - from com
they linmediat6lvt seek for relief, and pre
vent those complaints which insensibly nu-: 1
derthine hte constitution, and bring en-inctf
:rah! c-consu m pt .
— Billsof direction. accompany each boltte
of the Specific, pointing..out in a con spicuous
manner, all. the symptoms in the different
stems of these distre,ssing diseases ; also par_
ticular directions respecting . Dietand -Reg , '
linen, and how . patients-are to conduct-them
selves through every stage'until Wealth is re
Stored; for vain and. ifselesA would be the
prescriptions of the ablest - phYsician„ ac
companied with the most powerful mediCines
if iris directiOns ate not faithfully adhered to.
The public are informed that the deposi.
tionS•of two hundred and eighty seven per
-ions have been taken 'before the proper an=
thoritie i s of the citAf Lancaster, Pa, all eoni
pletelyjrcured- of tile.nuist desperate cases
of consumption, some of .whicltfire detailed,
lli - rlielfillc - iitZerarifiiiiiying the bottle:.
The. price of each bottle of, 'INDIAN
SPECIFIC is One Pollar, and each envel
6ping thegenuine'Specifie is "signed by Dr.-
Clarkson Freeman,.atld the initials C.F.. on
the seal of each bottle. None can be gen
uine without thissignature ; a base composi
,tion-Lhaiing--75- ten , attewlidto • ffiT . impose
,the' publi c by a counterfeit imitation -of
- this - eXtataflitraty - drtic I e - . - - -
''constant supply of tha . above Spec
ific,- is kept -constantly-on-sale ' —bi,--SM UEL
ELLtlOTT,:Carlisle;and.,by Samuel Wilson
POR :R FAIT•
THE Brick Dwelling • House, Store' and
Ware House attriched,situate In North Han , .
over street Carlisle, now in the occupancy of
Jacob Wetzel,: also the Stone. Dwelling
House adjoining occupied by Rob't D. Guth
rie, Esq. also,: the front StorO'lltoom, and
cellar adjoining the Brick dwelling House,
now occupied by JOhn 7- BOssession . of
either of - -the above properties may, be had
on the' first day ',of April next—To Good
Tenantsi a4..ease for years may he had.—
Apply to ISAAC B. PARKER.
Jan; 28, 18380;--;tf
have received 8 day, and 30 hour New
Yoik CLOCKS' •which I waxrant to
keep good time, and offer them at fedbced
prices, at My store. • • •
CHIALES BARNITZ. .
fII:I,ARLES has'receivecl su
‘..' per Giim .Elastic Suspend Ors, which. Ire
o,ffers at iTclik.ecl prices.
JUST RECEIVED; Curled. hair and.Se . an:
gran pti4latrasses, and'for sale by
SITUATE at the iieml-Of Greerk§pititit,s;
in Noniton,• to.wnship - ,• Cuni,be Hand county,
ahem: foUrmilei; west of the borough Of,Ycw-
I vine; will be rented fora term of one Or more
A Two Siot.gr Slone faelory••
, aftd spinning inn - alines, 'la ms,
and—alLpecessary Tachinery for manufac
alsq a •Ilwelling• liouse:convem•,
,lent (othe-factory;• Fur terms apply to eitli-
T-r;of-the-unttersignedl._::_z I 'O . • .1
3.11 GIfAIIAM Cal.
SAM% 61tA, HAM; •• • ,
• West P.ennstiorO'
Dec. 4, 1837
- • uoni-NsdNis' or,D , EsTA itOsi
80 aitt...rtmoaE, STREET. •
O R6F I RSN'om all parts offile
closing :cash for "prize ticketS, megt
with prompt atiention;, • • - .•
-••-r-gA•11-yfrAN-D-51 2 -1c.-1 7 •E:f-,O.TTERY -
Class No 4 1 -for •1.858, fb be drawn at Bald
moredan; 31 lB3 3. ;-.. • •
spE,Eynrn -- serrEmE:
IZE OF - 525,000 IS , -
- 400 1
`2OO 4 .
&c. &C. .&c. &c, &c. &e. &C. &c
Prizes:iolthe scheme amounting to 5:319;471.
•• E 6 Number,Lottei'S7-10 diawn,balluts,
Whole 1161 lets .$10; Ilalves,6s - ; - QuEir.key's
2,50. • '
Do ; do. Q, . 31,25
All, 'fur TiCkets,rifCertifi
cates in--the above,- punctually attended to;
by Jeturn.rnail. if addressed to
. 7 ;li',..W.7RQBINS — W, Balt. LY .
January 8, 1838. -
STATE OVA IRGIN lA.
• , Class No i , (orIBJEL . . -
.i . O - be . dniNilt - - - .
• .. - rtia6 , 17, I'B3B. • '• ' .
' I Prize tit 410 . 000 INllars..
. 50 of 1,000-.
83 1 ---(l.oarrer
of 25 ‘Vll(ile Tickets $l3O .
77 1 23 i ilt
Do do •-. 25 (inartei; do. 4 32 50
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY.
For the benclit of 'the Monongaikt
• C/a5.9.-Vu 1 fi». 1838.. ' -
To be drawn at Alexandria. Va. on the 3d Feb
.GRAND , CA I..ITAL_PriIZES: '
2,361 H-50 prizes of 1,060! Ito &c.
Tickets only $lO-11bilves ss—ftuarters $2 50
Cert's of Packages ol 2.5Wh01e i'i r ciket's ..sl*.;o
Do • -- '''''' 25 Ilalf, do ' 65
.. . do -- 25 quarter do ' - 32 50
- Nor the benefit of the toWit of Wheeling.
Class .N . o 1 for 1838. '
To be drawn at Alexandria, vet. Saturihiy, Feb
ruary 10, 1838. •
SPLENDID SC II ENE-. • ,
$30,000-10,000-6,.Q0Q -T-5,000-4,00- 2 -2,5001
—2,000---4,74-7325 of 1,000-20 of '5OO-28 ofl
. 300, &c
Tic'ket-elO —ll air ss—Quarter $2 50
cert's of - packW - gc - STA - 25 - Whiile - Tick - ers - 1.1 - 36r --
_. DO do r 25 flail do 65
Do 'o 25 quarter do . - 32,50
flg-Orders for 'Tickets and Sliares' or-Ceftifi. -
- -cates. of,.Packages in the above 'Magnificent
Jclkrmes, slllicceivethe most prompt attention,
and an official account of each drawing- sent
us.', Addresq, - ‘• . •
D S. GREGORY & Co. Mana . ger9, •
11':!sliington City,_ C
- ' -- FAMPEELET - ZAVS
of Pennsylvania in English and German.
Persons wishing tn .obtain copies of the
Pamphlet Laws of
: the present Session of the
Legislature of Pennsylvania, in the English
and Wrman_ Languages,,,the_formen.haV
bound, and the latter in Pamphlet:form, at
fifty .cents per copy—:are , requested to have
their names registered with the county Trea
A list of applicants musrhe forwarded to
the . Secretary of the Common wealthln a few
Treasurers Office, •1
Carlisle Dec. 18, 1837. j 3t. :'
'• ALL persbns indebted to the estate"of Robert
Earley, late of Hopewell township, deceased, are
iereby notified to attend at the-loriner - fai'deW - 4:
of said deceased,- on Friday and Saturday the
payment thereof—otherwise 'the claims against
them will-be-put in.tre hands of-a-Justice-of-the
Peace tm , collection; and all personi having
claims against said estate are requested tO present
them properly 'authenticated.
.THOMAS . J. EARLEIri-
- . . Attorney in tact for Sally - Earley.
• N. B.—AlLindebted to the late firm of Robeit
Earley; sr. and Robert ,EarleyOr. - tire requested
to appear, settle ' and. make payment .. at said
timeto Hobert Earley, jr. surviving phrtner of
said firm.. •
PRit .11TE , Sall.L.E.
The. Subscriber will sell at private - sale t
the folloWing property about three
miles west of. the.'Harrisburg', Bridge and
adjoining the CumberlandNalley2ail Road,
containing about" 1 + acres having thereon
eretted • ,
..T L og Hou bsi t . .
shop, stable, a well of never faili Water att.•
the door, 'together with:aboutSO c ice •fruif
trees. Possession will be given on t 1" st o
Apr next .- -. . "- • • '
• ' ' ' . IAqOII . S.cIARER.
ShiretnanstownMec. 'lB 1837. ' : '
13 ARN LEX; SH Wilke • '
CUS 'L' iCCeiveli 'l3 . y the sti6 . sd-ibtra 10-4 and,
12-4 BARNSLEY SIIEETINGS. Also,
8-4 Barnsley Table Diaper."
OGILITY Bt. lIITNER.
Carlisle, January 16,.1838..
Encourage_your mom Manufactu--
7 CARLISLy. •
- MAWR , JtiaZait, •._
AND. 1130i4'NET - STORE. --
_ Ib.:IIMLIT. ER )50.711 -
riIHANKFUL for past favors, ‘ inform their •
-.--_friends_and = the_p_ublic_getikelly that one
of the firehaving , lately reed from the.
city of - Philadelphjal-with ;‘a Largo and 't
cellent assortment of FUSrs and Plush, they,
are now prepared to rnanufacture.Gentle
men's flats and, Ladies' Bonnets in - the lat-
est and most. approved fashion: - The quail
- ty -- of -- th n Plush - is far - superior to any 'former- -
ly: had on hand. They have at present an,
excellent assortment of - •
Plain Rusoias l 7ufhite and black-;
- Brush Beaver, Castor, and' • ,
- • Silk . Hots. . • •
of all' sivs-and prices. . „ • • -
.•. Also, ca general assortment of Ladies'•Bon
nets .of - - all colours and descriptions, such as,
Pure White, Fawn, Black and Grey, - which
they will sell at the most-reduced prices. '
Gentlemen 'and Ladies whii arein want of
these_artieles,- , w ill do-well .to-give
call • •
1837; 3 w•
N. B. Therhave'on hand a_feiv of the best
qualjty..of FUJI CARS which they offer - to
sell at low prices. • : •
T 5600 .
f 6 0 1
so - 4-
The supplemental -- account — of — Wllliam --- 7 -
Sterrett, deceased, late of Hopewell town
• The-Guardianship account of Samuel W.-
Come, Guardian of the perso_n„and estate of
William Devor, minor son of` o'seph Devor; •
The, Guariliansfiip account of J hn Peters "
ruardian of/ Eby --4 .. •or child oi •
Dhvi d Eby,
• - ••• • WILLIAM LINE, Register."
Carlisle, Dec, 30, 1637..
Geo: lit Iliediaiston.
RE"ECTFU'LLY informs his friends and
the public, •that he;has taken. the Public
House, lately, kept by Mr.' John Smull, at
Ow .s.orner .of Market Square, Harrisburg,
knoWn asilie - -- ,- . .- - 7 - -
Which.he has fitted up in' handsome ,style,
for the-accommodatiOn of the His • .
lOW is well,suliplied with the best the •mar•
_het affords; his_ bar 'with the Cluricest of
quors aud-_wines,. and prompt...and obliging .
servants arekept always - ready to attend - to - ± — :
t'lle-Wantri-Olicustermets • -
He has taken the stand with a deterrriina- '
don - . to spare no pains or expenseqo make his •
houSee•qual to any in the country. bykeeping
every department under-the superintendence
*1- tlve_most:C.ompet e rd-__and_frathfir I ; a
11er - sorra' attentiu_u 4 oJigive•every satisfaction
to his customers. •He therefore respectfully
requests those Who pity Harrisburg 'a visit, to
call and test t,4e truth of his assertions..:-:-:_-•
Liquary 8, 18,38..
- :NAILS: • • •
bell f-of—hi m sel
C.- W. is.Pergan, oilers foil saleythe DUN, "-
CANON NAILS. They are made of re- •
fined icon, and-'are believed to be equal-in -
qua tv to t TeliTS . t. — CUlTiffiiri'lliht were ever
the. United States: The
following certificates are . subjoiaed. ,
We'have been well a cquainted . with the '
gefieral quality of cut nails. .-Those made
• Dunczi4non refined.' iron, We eon.
sid6r superior to thosb.made. from , the best
imported iron. •
• - ;Dungannon Iron Works,' Jan. 8, 1838.
We certify that:we have - carefully.:exarn,:,:
ined ;the nails manufactured by Messrs.
Woodward and Wilder,lew Cumberland, •
out of Duncannon - Irow, - ah - cTer-h'e,lieVe theM
to be superior to any we have eVer seen used.
John French, Mas.er •
- Etuich Lewis, Carpent - erec.Tatern Maker.
- The - above nails will be delivered-op, the
Cumberland Valley Railroad; or . on the Ca-
nal;at %llarriihurg' or Duncan's Island, and
forwarded as .may . bedirected, to . , any town
in the state, on suitable references: or
beral discount will be made for cash,
Also—on handellammered Bar Iron, and
it is e)c.ficeted,coriStantly to have for sale at
the works, roiled Iron Nail Rods, &e. of the
1170rders by, mail, directed to. Clark's
Ferry, Perry county, will. be punctually,,at
telided to by the manager on the spot.
W. L. FISHER. '
• LETTERS of
,AdminjOration on the estate of
Martin Brenneman, late of
. pist Pennsbotough
township. deceased, having issued to, the`subseri
ber,"reSiding said townsinpfall - persons indebt
ed to the estate will make immediate payment,
Mid thtn•e - having - cliiims against the estate, will
present them properly ambenticated,to'the sub
scriber.- HENRY lIRENNEDINNi.
. _ _
jahuarg - 15,1838
Notice is hereby given, to all Legatees,.
Creditors ; fled all other persons concerned,'
that the following- accounts have been filed
in this Office for examination, by. the accoun
tants therein named,. and will be presented
to the Orphans' Court of Cumberland coup= .
torl-for-confrrrnatiotrand-allowauceTon - Ttlea - -
day the 30th day of January, 1838.
The administration account of James Ken
nedy, adminitrator of Robert. Kennedy, de
ceased. . • •
' • The administration aecount of Joseph M.
Means, administrator of James. Dysatt, de
e ased. • • .
• • •
• , "Carlisle Saving
.. . ,
• ' SOCIt—TY." 's
The Board of Directors of this liistitution
have autnorised the Treasurer to allow in ftv=
hire the following rates of interest on
"SPECIAL DEPOSITES" of money:
Deposites remaining. 9 months 5 per cent., ,
, r ,
• 114 ' 4 " 5i . :... ...... ' f
if • 2 .g 2-" f
• The certificates of the Institution 'IL be
given for deposites at the above. rate"-:f in
terect, and all BANE NOTES of good cred
it will be eceived—the Institution pledging
itself to ,redeem its certificstes in' notes! cur=
rent. in this neighborhood. -'
AppliCation to be matte to the Trea - strren,--„
'either in person'or by letter., , •,i ,
_ -'. By order,
Carlisle, January 8, 1838.