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THRESHING ;MACHINES ,
wawa fesem.kizeo,th azionixivizmlulimstle-
• TIM greateneoitrageMent_which_:the.subscrlberti
. received durink the last year hi the sale ,of their Ma
- chines, induced them to-make exttinske preparations
to meet:the increased ileinaintfor their article. No
time, labor or e3tpeose haiheen'sPared - th preen:l:the
'very_ heat materials the' , conntry can-afford. Their.
workmen 'are eAperienced and of the first cliarnoter,
• and they haiie• no ;hesitation iii assuring the Farmers
• that they are now.ablc, , to furnish them with an article
; ..xnatinfattaredin,this part erthe *pantry. _
' Oceily'and threlihitt; with esatt"tro the
hersel, theYhelieVe their Machine to he tine/Mailed.
Their ir,ice-is the, same as last year, viz: 140 dollars ;
• 76 dollars ih cash and the balance - hi - six' months, for
vhielva note will be - required.. ' The machines are in
. siired:for twelve months, or until they Shall have
threshed - two thonsandlinshels of grain. -They haVe
now- seVeral machines and ready fir sale, and will 'at
all times he- ready to furnish them on the shortest
attended For the triliink'sum'ofFOUßDOL
LA.nsc iil addition to the Price of the Machine-and
Power, they furnish the farmer an addition that will
enable him to shell his Cloverseed. . . ;
To the reabilie,
.. _ .
-The 'subscribers, being desirous ofirablicly.conn
teractingthe'efforts which arc seeretlysmade to Inkier
the Character of tbeir'machine, by persons. i'ho ap
per to he actuated by unfricadly • feelings towa-ds
them; respectfully submit tite • following CEILTIFI
CATES to - the:public. L'' ; • --
I certify that I, last year, iised one of the Thresh
ing, MacluneS manufacturetU by J. E. Brady & Co.
and during the : season; the was threshed 'on it
about four thousand bushel of grain, and. about
two - " hundred- Mid twentyve bushels of clover
seed, and I am fully satisfied that;: for the 'Farmer's.
use,it is superier to any other .11 - ac line I have ever
"Seen - in - this part of the country. I further' certify
that Mr. Henry Hurst; 'one of mymeighbers, had six
- -Wagoultiatle -- of clover - seed stuff - cleaned at a elfive
mill, 'and the yield was 22 bushels, and that the - saiiie
• gnantity of stuff was ihreshed•on my machine, and
the yield was 324 bushels. Mr: }lurst is of the, opin
- ion-that the-stuff-he-hauled- to the mill,-was the-- bet-
ter lot of the two.. .
- FREDERIQK KARPZR
May 15, 1850
. I certify that, in Augilst last, I - purchased from
E. Brady 8; Co. one of their threshing machines,
lghi t, T r-n•thresliirr•nTain r•-• '
- -till-sometime-in- MarcliTast. - -During that—period - 1 -
,threShe.d abouit fifteen thotisind liusliels of wheat, rye
and oats. My expense fir, repairs
_pf both the
_'!_Machine end-Horse POWCI!, Aid not exceed fire.. dol-.
ltersondwhe,n sold them, (which March,)
the machinery appeared tobe nearly as:good as it
horse power were perfectly solind and stilistantial,
- - • and upon" a. clbse 'examinationi-1 Could - not•-diScover.
. that the cogs had worn in the Slightest degree../.1
:had, for several
,ireyioits, - been enga,el in
.threshing with, three differeid • kiiids of yeiebities,
which I fully tried, and I unhesitating-lb-certify-that
, for durability, service and speedy and - Clean thresh-;
ing, I have never used nr seen titipth . tit, in my °pin
, ion, will at all i eompare-with the one I had, lust- year,'
ueless it lie.one Of the same kintl.-- 7 lfattention) iiven
- •- to the machinery; it appears to me al inost.inip,ossible
lot; ivy part of tliera tcpect nut of. Order.
^ 'SAMUEL 1.101. 1 1IN'GElt.
'iVlny 17,1838 / •
- yew% purchased two ethic threslii ng _Machines
. E.,,, , Rradx.&: Co. (one of which -I still have,)
bnditilly tested them.- .For speedy and Clean, -thresh
-- ipKthey nre,-certainly, a superior -article, and one
' is of great service'to the-Farmer. I consider it
the best article of the kindl htti'n'.ever' seed hi -this
part oldie. country: "I.take great- pleasure in'resoto
' mending, it theTarmer; - -
. DANIEL NV:
21' fay 4;1838. ' . . • -
I certify that Mr. Andrew Davison and I purchased,
last Nbvdmber, one of J. E. Brady Jt.:. Co's threshing
machines, which 'we fully. tested, having' threshed .
wheat, rye, oats and clover seed on it. lam fully
satisfied that it is preferable to any other t have seen,
--- iwoperatibn, and it is• an artiele
,that will rephy:
the Farmer amply, for its price.' It threshes clean,
is not liable to get out of order, and is,- upon , the.
whole, an article that I can, with great confidence,
recommend to the Farmer.__AßßHAM: S.,DAVISON.
Mr, Benjand nrfamil ton wadi, lastyear, rurchniced
one of J. E. Brady Co's threshing machines, with
... which there was ihreslied not less than 44)00 buihuls
of giniin. superioryi
opinion, to any of the kind I , have_ ever seen. , One of
its chief excellenceis'„that it is not liable • to go, out of
order. I have - no , ' hesitation in, record:Tending' it to
the Farmer. • Z.
June 1 , 2, 1238
Other certificates could have been . procured, but
h was deemed unnecessary. • Persons who' wish. to
—inquireinto the. power and quality of the machines,
.nre referred to-those-whp , last year,tuiedrilifir,
Mrticularly to the following named gentlemen, yip ]
essrs. John Foust, Frederick Byers, Adam Yonder- .
ow, Ellostutel Sites; and -Sanitiel Diehl, cit
' township.;" Messrs. johriHnbee and John Yobitek;.of
Quincy towriship; Messrs. Abraham. Stoner
"Or - Waiihiiigtoli
- Hadeijames Mitchel, Janies Allison,Emanuel Haile;
John Binchley, Henry and Jdnies Beatty, Christian.
Hevel and Christian Hoover, of Antrim township;
Jacob Oyster, Esq. and Mr. Henry Wingert, of Orem
township; Mr. Frederick Deck, of Letterkenny
township; Messrs.-John Rhodes and 'Conrad Gold
smith, of Hamilton township ;- Meeks. William An
- gle 'and - John "of ..Montgoimery township;'.
Capt. .1. McFarland and Joseph Duncan, of. Peters
township; Messrs. Williath BoWers and j..Seacrist,
of Warren township; Messrli:Jacobondlohn Kege
ries, of Metal township; and David Hunter, .Esq.,
dad Henry Winger.of - Bedford county, . • .
J. E." BRADY & Co.
• Chambersburg; September-17,-1838. -
' One of the above machines is to be seen at the barn
of Mr. Francis Noble, in Carlisle, Any. person
wishing to purchase one, can !laic it setup.; and' if it
does not answer the purpose as specified, we will take
It away, free Of expense to . the piirchaser. There
:have.been upwards of 100 of them triode and sold by-
Brady & Co., within 15 monthapaid, A line direct
ed to the siabserilier:Will meet, with:pr6it attention
' • JOHN DENIG; Agent, ,
Sept 1 11t..1838.—pm:
• =rue Subscriber win issue on the last of "Sep
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. 7 VOT 1 VE
'ETTPItg,ot Adinbiletration' o
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, :40,5EP1T SHROM ;Jr . :WM.' r.
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paein~e at the nextitkidrt,f to.be held on the. iecond
Monday of Novembee.'next.' ;
GEO. ,FLEIItING, Frothonotiwy.•
Patiper 10, 1838.-34 • •
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.'petnUer 117 2 1838. - • _
JOURNAL OF THIS
• O! TUE
EyoTuri to meeliaideal and •physical science,
civil engineering . , the arts and manufaettireit,
the recording of American and otlier, patented iroreti , 4
. , .
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be paid, except when remitting the subsemptiim Money.
October 16,1 558. '..* .
W. TtIAYtR, •
No 33, -Arprik 7:ihird,qtreen
Tour don r 3 South ofthe...-City.note.l;ofThri for, sate,
. ;r4ccrtie oivariii, tit vei-ylow,p'riees;
- Grio(18.; , Stocles; Clocks ? r c.• -
Conaietingin pact of"tlie foltoiing eecriptio'ne, its
• No.. 1,.----Nfolesitin
Optal of aid ch ,ran-bs found' in on 'ether.Stere.iu Phil
adelphiti, and cainiiit be . excelfed..... i- - -
No r2—A:- very - fine and got up in.. excellent
;.No fine a n d handSoreelv finished lint, scarce-.
Ty ilifrri or in • niiii - e - drnute ahilcluica - biltty to tinny of
the highest priced Silklints in the city. -
. No 4-. A ....(Ittrable.3vell.tinislied. and - handsome
Water , .' Proof" tint, decidedly the althaPeat -and most
economical niite r er olliirrd sale in •Philadelliida,
beingt retailed at the astanisliing low price ; cif TWO
DOLLARS !..! No .person' who, has hatight otie of
these IWs heal tate for - n 'mon-teal° acknotrl=
edge the correctness' of. this statement, 'onto recent
friend theta to hie tiderids., • . . • •
Also, good Sill: Water iwoofilhts,- at from Fifteen'
io Wigliteen Dollar; n Dozen. ~. - '
Alio.,l3.oi9'Silk flats of excellent quality find hoiliil= :
FUR HOT S.
did article.' Fini;;Niiti•in Hats, on Saxony' bodies:
' Sltperfiur Black - Russia Hats, inisttrpannd in . gnat
ity and timicaikance, • Fine • Black IbtsSia Hats—n
licatitlfa article.. Muskrat. Huts of difforent•
. _ _
Ottri., Far Sea Nutriai,Maskrat, Hair "Seal, and
India Rubber Goodi,
Cloth of various qualities Mut prices—excellent:for
covering Carriages, and for a great variety of other,
purposes-1)(4;1ga perfect protection from water.
---Also,-Garments-of-almost every . ..description; Caps,-
Roots, Shmi; lAggiya,_Life presurVerNTravellhig
ft ags,;tleds, Pitkiws, Aprons, Table Cows, Lamp
Mats, &c. Ecc. • . . .
- "-k-gr-C 4 ClTtrict:l::_of.:Satin; cimlutzine-Aind-Neliet
Stocks; plain and trimmed;. manufactured of. the
richest and most durable matvials, 'mein the moat
elegant and faahionable style. •
. Thirty hone:Wood Clocks, warranted for one
'at the very low retail prier- of $5,00! . •
I.4"•Gentlemen wishing to purchase any of the fore-,
going descriptions sot' Goods, either at wholesale or
retail, are invited to call and examine theni , befere
purchasing. elsewhere, as it is helieved.that, tia_say the
ferenen eltlwr „„.11t..7,
. Philadelphia,. ctober 16, 1938.—tf---0.
- at-private-sale-a- tract-of-first--rate
Situate partly in North and partly in South Middle
ton townships; on the .Trindle Spring road, 2, miles
from Carlisle, containing
258 ACRES ' ••., •
112 acres of which is first rate Woodland, adjoining
lands of Melchoir 13renneman, Joseph Culver, John
Erb, and others.' The improvements are n first rate
two story Brick house, Brick Bank Earn, and other
out buildings, two piimpis of good. limestone water
near the house and barn. There has been an alum;
dant,supply this season. Alio, an Orchard of:choice
'fruit trees.." .
ALSO ANOTHER FARM,
adjoining the above, containing 1 22 acres, one-ha f of
which is Woodland. The impraements,ire a g
HOUSE, AND LOG BARN,
a never failing welt.. of Water, &0.,-some choice fruit
trees, cone and'is half miles. from Carlisle. Moth of
the above farina are in a good state of cultivation.
" Persons wishing. to -purchase either of the above
farms- will call. on the Undersigned who.. resides
on the adjoining farm, and who is authorized by. the.
owner,Eilward J. Stiles, Esq..to make sale of the.
October 1.7, 1838. • „ '
and Lancaster Examiner and Herald will publishthe
above 4 weeks ) -(mark.price)end charge thistipee.._
tit/ YOH, brown and white . •
100 lbs.. - *ng,lish'SideNutria FUR, blown
•50 do' "do 'do domery.'stip'r:do •
50 do Beavei,rUg. do
50 do Otter' . Back and d-Sipo
,500 do Englitdi and Scotch Coney FUR
lox) do"CarrOtted Russia. Hares' PUR,,from'C.,
Donner's Fabtory. . .
' 100 do .Irtirke7 Backs, yeti whit*
100 ilo - Vichinn Wool •, . '
!.o,ooo'Cantukt Muskrat SKINS-
5000 Soutikrn do do • ' •
20 000 :Rabbit . • • •, •
600 ussia Hare do • --
• 10 . Bnks ROBES - • '1 - •
50 Cases Gum Shellac;brange, Gsrniitand Llier
100 do Extract LOGWOOD • .. • •.s , • •
'lOO libls!thlpippd CampeachY do , •
• • 1 'Cask•Verdlgris; old and dry ' •" •
r2OO pieces Silk PLUSH; itsiorted;.part very low
800 Skivers, blue, black; cream and Maroon
10.000 Spanish. FELTS, ass't. qualities and 'weights
5000 Sainni do . do .
. .ss,ome 'Very fine . , ,•
• „ •
'With a large assortment of other GOODS;.apper
fainfliet.9-trie 'whlrlt - nye offered- for•stde.on
liberal terhisioDealemand Manufacturers.,
' • s't ''• • ._ ••• . JOSEPH • COX 1e SONS , .
• 'No. 5 S.Liberty st. Baltimore.
' • 5ept.1et5.1858....7=4W: •:" •• -
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' • • , : . .EL.EtT,IOIII - . '•
• ' ''". CAIILISLE :BANK;
.•'''' , ' • .• • - "•' " :Cattoberl7, 1338.
• ' ZirICE la - Verehy klYnn to y the ''Steekholders in
this Institution, that art,elcetionYvillite hail' at
N the eking Utilise, on Mnitlay the 19th day. of No=t
yntnbei next; for tar temi iffre9t9rp to serye the emit-.
Ingyear. : • •
• ' WILLIAM S. 60BEA.N, Cashier.
Carlisle, October l'''‘,B3li. ' '. • ' - ; .. -
eavviollir nti 121rpoottar•
interestzng. Cure! •
• Mr. WiMara , giilnton, , Geeen ‘'street; aboye , Third
street, Philadelphittodfileted. for several...v...era, with
the following thstressing.symptoms Sickness at the
stoatach; :headaelte,' diz,ztnesty- palPitotions 'of ' the.
heart, inainiirettappetite r seinetuntes , acid!tind , putree
'e ut:ernetationS; ',coldness. and: weakness!iof the.eit
reMales; eMaciation mid general debility, slisthrbed
rest, Sense, of - pressaire gad'. weight 'at theatbmach
after eathl-, - :iughtmare, grim , inental despondency;
severe,flying , mutiOn diet:hest, back;!and , sidei, coo-
tivenees;i - dislike for souletY, or conversation, invol
suntarysighlng nnd:weeping,langer and laesittide upen
the leaStexerefia.i.--. - • . •
Mr. Salinott had applied to tlamose eminent phy ,
sieians, : who considered it beyond the poWer of midi-
eine to re.StOre him to health) . however, as his afilie;•
,tienshad;reduceithimto-a-very , ileplarable-conditiom,
recommended by n relative of his to
make trial of Dr. William Evans' Medicine, he With
.difficulty' re:Paired to the office and procured:a:pack
age; to:Whieh, be soya, he is indebted for his restora
tion to life, health and friends.' no ow enjoying
all the ldessings of perfect health.. Persons desirous 1
of further inforniation, will .be , satiified-With -every
particulni orbit - astonishing cure at Dr. Evatis' Me r
teal Officeil . go.l?, North gth :street, Philadelphia: -
..The above Medicine-is for sale at' the office or the
pertild & Expositor, • •
Famous' ture!tor •the
analiisvaiiiind other rains.
MUCH need not be said in relation to this wonder
ful remedy; its the proprietor. feels confident that
when aPPlied; it wiktrican he Proven nunibe
of respectable' persons, effect an entire cure -of the
Rheumatic and .other - pains. It had not until lately
' intention to make it public rbut by • the re
plant applications of his neighbors, and the' wonderful
cures it has. effected,lie feels - it a duty: he 'owes to
society as yell:as to ,hiiiiself„lc make it more gene
t:ol.y known, and atthe same time have it put a near
as' he can within 'the reach of all mint MaY be afflicted
with that painful '-disenke.
Ilundreds of names could he published of persons
who have been-cured by this celehrated medicine;
but fife, folloNrinfr are . selecteil from the massos he
ing-tornply sufficient - to attest its powers.
- George _Fisher, ..fohii Alsilaugh
C. Stoner; John toover,,. - Samuel Fenely
Aaron Bender, • PLinfletimtli.tr.. Samuel Yodng
-Hobert Dysart,- - iel nitd son Ja bob Worlich -
Henyy Alsbaugh J:Diffettbaugli, Jacob:Miura,'
Christiart Organ; I, . " •
1.836. - • , • _ • 1
All orderir,frOin a distance ;addressed to
_the sult-, :
idribef . ,XimiifJOyf i lf.ditteaSter county, will by Praiiipi
lf and faithfully.attended to. .
Mount Joy, Feb: 7, 1837.
Thpnbove:medieineltrito - for salelky. • — l ,
.101 IN HATFIELD.
ARRIAGES, GIGS AND EAR.
The subscribers Trustees for the Creditors of \V-DI.
13-MILLIGAN, berebv..give' notice .that. they hai'e
employed him& to fin' completely all the work - in.
tht , shop of William conslsting of ..Four
Wheel Carriageifof. diferent.descriptions; Gigs and
Harness of the best quality and , modO. in the neatest
Manner. - Also .
Wagons anal Thrashing I,llaMin es.,
of themiost approved-plan. -They Arill'sell the game
Mille very cheapest rateirto chnble them-to' close - the
Oonceruf:_. The public are'requeSteil to call and ex-
Amine the work at the shop in Newvifle.
• - SCOTT COYI,E, • •
ALEX'R. M. KERR,
• . . ' • - • .duditors.
Scpieniber 24, 1898.-4* .
Estate of Jolin• Heck,. deed..
The Orphims' Court of Cumberiand- county, has
appointed the subscriber oh Auditor to marshal I - the
assets of JOHN HECK, deccaaed, in thi! handsel the
-estate- according ;_ will he-done -at my,
office in the borough of Shippenshuirg; nil Saturday
the 20th day of October, of which creditors and all
others interested will take notie. -
Septamber 24, 1834.-4 w..
vol ( K . • Nato •HOHSE, ten year Old, traine
,k to Saddle or Harness. •
Ar.. Ls I amt 2) kill Ittrials
just received and for sale as aboKr. '
ONE THOUSAND Bushels ground Alum Salt
and 40 Sacks Liverpool Salt, Ashton "sacks
jitstreceived and for sale low for cash,bf
H rrisburg. Sept, t 4, 1838.
- . .
_ . JUST RECEIVED.
320 GALLONS 0
/11'103/SstrSa i tszV p r er lea . ed Winter
S. - ELLIOTT.
Sep!, :14; ~-
DR ? ItEVBEN HAINES.
RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional ser
vices to thC citizens of Middlesex and its ;icinity.
He is a graduate of Jefferson College, and has been
practising medicine for upwards of ten years.
--Middlesex, Sept. 51,1838.-3 w:
FRESH SALMON, retched. for
Sept. 24. CHAS. BABNIT4.-,-
FISH FISH 1,7,
Shad No. 1 mid 2, • •
Mackerel • " -5,
Heirring " 4,
"A,Juat received and for sale by ,
. -CFIAS. BABNITZ
Sept. 24. , •
SAVE YOUR TEETHE.,
.. . . . ,
-- If - earious , Teethire •properlrtreatectit a seaSona - -
ble time, the_ progress of, the .deeay -may be entirely
arrested: •" 1 . ... ~- - F :WKNAP!, Dental Stirkeon,
N. W. Corner of Charles &Fayette its. Baltimore.
-TUST-received from the city,ofßaltimorc e „!i
co! assortment of Fresh' Groceeies,
Strong Rio Coffee, St - Domingo do P o Sugar,
Loaf do Lump do, , Brazil - do BlackditiGunpow.
dcr•du_lra nal do- Carrous N Y do T R. Molasses,
NO r House do. Honey,,gocei.of all kinds,
Luei rictiOU Matches, Blanking -Brushes,-
Rop 411 of whigh y have been selected with ,
soe. Ile soldst-the lowest prices, by • •
- • - • -••• CHARLFAI BARNITZ.
UST `rice ved, Fur.Caios,V:foiefi - or
••• A .
A 4 A - supply ortheabovO Pint; is kept cOnitanily .
hand." AsilteLare received direcklyfrom Mr. .Bran
dreth'i Opccan Philadelphia, they are WARRANTED
Gas:us:re, the Agents cautionary advertiseroent to, the
contrary nothwithstaoding. . • • • : - •
• "•• • • At his Drug Store in Vlll4lole.'
September; 11-1838. . • • . .
•.• . • •
, . .
larger supply, .suttable for common Scboot. Also.
School Books' and - Statiociary nl,every 'variety. •
Aiaguid. 28. •• • - • ••• l; J. IVIVERS:
present residence will be offered for 'rent until
the + let day of April. next. , ~ • • ,
enrlisle,Ontober 5,1865, ,
, • •
BAR HICPX FOR ,SALE.,. -
Tai assoitmeat of tlio beet,ialiik - Eaifiniered, liar
AL../Pdillfoi , sale at Diainsoii Forge prices, at IJ.
Rhode's Rail Road Warehouse.
- Octobir .17, 1838. '•. . • .
, • - • - , , „ , , , . • •
i ' N OPPORTUNITY id tithi , dflinleil Of gtipMzing
; tl,' .S..ouitielvel 'with WOODtOOK'S
__ .. : ... OUGH- _:.
___ . .::PL. .
Being the beet iirticleever oferett to thel'araiera in
, . ... : . thia aection . q .tho State. . . . .
These 'Ploughs, will not choke nor carry dirt, and
trifore in use, two ItOrses - dOing the work oh three., be
sides-a-grent saving in-' (hue- and- mimey. in keeping
them In repair: .1 he, poitit andishare can be put oa
jallite minutes, and besides cost only. 25 cents
and When ; dull can be turned rind repeated until worn
out ; amteven'then will .berhiken in part tiny for pew
ones. • - • - • .....
• The following awned persons area pongthose who
.hate purchased and Used the ahave'Plonglis during the
last season , to whom FarMersare . rcferred for inform- -
ation respecting thern,Vizi_ -
lidmilton - Winters," John Arm
strong, Samuel'. Stricklei: 'John Little, Henry Betz,
•EJli ott,' Esq.. : ' •
) Lettericenny.—Michact. Grote, •Daniel, Kremer,
M 6 Shields; lsnac BeSore, JOlnr Miner, Abraham,
Hoo'rer,John - Rtides; Betijamitatoiletc'Sralf
Guilford.—Philip Oiler, Jamea.Dunlop„las. -
riance, Mr. Dither, John Lealter, George Trace, Jo-'
Seph Wingert, George Fetterhotk Mr. Yang)..., Geo.
Dull 11 him ;Dyers John; 1.1. - Cook; Sain'l•Geese
man,llemy George, Peter Baker,-
Oyster, Sam oel-Porrianer,'Jacob
Darr, John Reichard, Jr:, Joseph Neieely; Aleitto
der Thomson, Henry' 'Wingert, Martin Whigert4,
charleslietielcMr:Smith; - -Mr..Olark, - Mr. - Solaber4.
gerSaintiel Lemy. • ' • •
Southampton,-,-Sarrattell_Thornson, Joha v Orr.'•
, St.' Thomas,--Jacob -Shirk, Mr: Gilliam., John
Crider:. • • • V
• . ,
We have also' secured the right. of Adams, Cure
berland,'-ang , Dauphin counties,. and, the' following
seetlemen in A dams have used thb Plpuglis the;
past season, to whom Yarmers in"that county 'are re
.14'ear !Palo TatlCPllB.--Snmucl - Darboraw, 1..15q
Joseph Coshun . , Alexander M'Asvainc, Jitcob,Kgllet
Esq., Jacob Strealy. . • •
• r . •
cd•Tlic above Pion edn alwayelie 'had - at the
- --Fotttary of V. , EißTskOO4.eirttliersburg; , of
JOHN P.^I.XNE,, 111111.! . %% arc Merehand; Carlisle, and
'of ''KHOMAS HAHRlSA:Mmilianieshurg. Where
„Farmers who wish to testlhe Plough, will please call .
and get them on trial, and irthey not velider.
'mid - entire satisfaction, no, charge. will be made; if
they break it is at our expense. We will alsq.pay ansy
Farmer for_any -t.latriages or. losa of time,...may.
'austain in trying the Plough, if he:does not lik e it af
ter trial. Micro have beem.sold Franklin loathe_
adjoining county, upwardf of ONE- THOUSAND of
,'these Ploughs, within 18 months.
- - :JOHN" DEMO, ./20'ent.
August ^7, 1838.6 m - -
. . . •
The subscriber - Will "sell.at private - sale, on or. be ,
the - 201h - offore October !text, - several valuable tracts
of .patented land, situate in Silver Spring town
ship, Cumberland county, about 9 miles from the
Ilarrisbtirg bridge,and one:fourth of, s mile front the
state road,-Icadhig from - the-above named- bridge to
Sterrsqt's Gap, and about 9 miles from Carlisle:
,rIPRACT. No. 1, contains 165.Arr3••.
of good slate soil, underlaid in part by lime
ston„ a sufficient quantity of which can be readily. pro-.
cured, in several places on the fiirni, for etononiical
and agricultural piii•poses, front 45 to 59. acres are
covered with I.IIRIVINO Tim MR, especially with
Locust piirliaps there is not another tract of : land in
this region so well supplied with Locust; the residue
(ion, hari n g thereon erected a TwO-story - • •
1' Amur - LOG- HOUSE,
A-stone Spring House over a never. failing spring •
STONE EATtlii FIAIII4,
sixty. feet in front mid forty deep. For convenience
water 'and beauty of locality this farm is
• •::''4!-5f.W" Rurretssed by'none in this part of the coun
,7. '•••," try. There is also on excellent'
• Orchard .
on it. Persons wishing to purebase a cheap farm, one
.that may in a little expense by nunteliighly.prud native,-
would do well to apply soon. - , • •
-of--Na/c.--Threellumlred - dollars -when the - .
bargain is made, $2,300 by the Ist of April; 1939,
when possession will be given, and the balance in three
RACT No 2; iseleven miles .from
- tließitkincliannal - on - the - above - named-math
and contains IxSOACRES, well timbered, whereof
90 are cleared. 'Wang thereon erecteil
aa • -
44, 1 - •
1 • 1 LOG( • 1101..iSg
and:Leg•Spring .House,-over is fine . 1 itnearing spring,.,
_Avid& two rods of the house SMALL
BARN, with an • '
:1•• _Apple , Orchard. •
Tbilrproperty possessea min)* advan
tages wfnch - will lie fully pointed out °tithe premise's.
There is an abundance of limestone. on it. his °Wert.
ed -very low -for cash.—s3oo to be-paid when the bar
gain is closed; the balance - ow the .Ist of. April,lB39,
when possession will be glveii. __Either.ef.the above
properties are Within 2 miles of .first-rate Mills.
',ALLSO-several 'valuable lOts the-horougl!._of
Ittechtinicsburg, - being one of the most eligible
situations a , ng the Cumberland Valley Railroad for
. a warehouse,having thereonefected
• 4.2 Ott " large two story "
'l l , • BRICK HOUSE,
• A FRAME W.EA'I''HERBOARDED
HOURE ? suitable for a shoji mid office, now occupied
by Lewis Zearing, Esw; n-BARN, with a never fail
ing well at the door, nii itsmall ORCHARD of ehoice
! fruit. The lots are- r founded on 'the south by Main •
,'street, and extennack along the Hagerstown roma°.
the RailroailZWitlillittle expense the Bitrn,--close
ly.the Railroad, could be easily converted into a ware
house, All the alcove property will be sold low for
pade,muttlm residue by theist of April,lB39, when
possession will be , '---" . •
Persons ivislifKg Mpuroliaseplease - EA on the
subscriber . in Mechanicsburg who, will give every;
necessary satisfaction. .
• • Rtrr.r:
, . Mechanicsburg, Sept. ; g4=-18astr.
"elLtolous. IttnitAi69; OR nimmtiv Inca
• , TIBLE TEETH. • , '
le liatilor Manyleitri been' a great desiderntiti
arrioti4 European and American Dentists,to smumfae
lure ',l,eeth I,l.).inctlrruptible materiolswhish shoal(
imitate the natural living Teeth; .• ' •
Many have devoted ydto - unstMeessful eperi•
silents, atid others have succeeded 'in 'manufacturing
teeth of materials similar to the pmelain ware, but
generally they have an opaque white appearince,.by:
Which' they are ebony distinguished froin the 'human
. . _ -
long artd tedious esperimente , the subscriber.'
has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of rnaterialFen
'tirelyincortuptible, and perfectly in imitation of hu
man teeth.: , ..They have a semi-transparency, and are
made of various slice and shades. •
In eases 'where absorption .of the aveolai proeess,
:or. other Onuses may render it necessary, he will cast
of . he same materials attached Co the teeth, artificial
gums, which shall, imitate the gum and supply the
.loes of substance ' • • • •
- ' It is enti - relY irninissible for these teeth to change
theit_color r or.cause foetid_breath. _ • • . •
insert theta fearifaireArrentire sets;hi suck
manner that therwill make articulation of the.vidoe
. materially...assist in masticationoml so
that they , cannot li e distingaished from the most bean
tifalnattrial Hying teeth by the most scrutinising ob.
Server, - • r '•• • • '
ne also . - performs all the various o perations in'
,DeritaVtitugery; according 'to the . late scientific' ins-
PrOVements m the art.'' - • , • ,• •-,
• • • P. H. KVA li.P,Surgepn - Dentlat,
' • , corner of Charles &layette streets, — --.
• • • .. - • Paltialorit
; • eltleptt ea gold.
..Int . lrestt?!
zoo, 'mos, -plorxtrApits,
, . . .
THE subscrlbeo respectfuSy.informs hisi friends,
aril The iiublie geOrally, that he haS for Sale, atjhis
Coal and 4umberTard, oq the,bang.,af the Susque
hanna rfrer; ofiVorMleyslittig; •
2000 Buts leis soperwrna
Panne! and'elominod Boards.
'Poplar Plank and - Sca?itling, 4,c; 4.6%
2000, good quality, seasoned Tight. Bar
, • rel 'heading. -.
All ofivhich be will dispose - of at low rates, and on
the most accommodating terms. .I!ersons Wishing to
purl hase•would tln sy.elthy "pairing.with the . sahscri
..ber,and_e.,caraihe..lliastock before-they. purchase-else,
Nvhere, • .' • . . •
. - • „GEORGE RtrPLEY:
April 90838.-sm. .• • 19,, •
1173 TV ROOKS. : • •••
U, s'l' received and for sale: t •DrtMyereDrug
j !and Book St6re—complete sets of
• • "Waveely , Ntvels"-27-volumes:' - .
• , The Bridgewater Treatises. •
-.Lockhart's Life of lltirns.• • •
- .7" Napoleob. •
- Time Dil'oreed i by -Madame Bury,. •
Walsim!gintm, or the Gamester. - -
The Lmwoods, by Miss Sedgwick.,
Diary' of the of George IV.• :•-•
— .Court ofltome. • • . . 7 •
. . _
..• . .
- . • .. —A 1: S 0- , 4- ~ .. ,•
The PickwiCk•Pupers• illustrated byprlnts from
Cruiekshitnk. -.- • . ,
-;Turn Jon* illustrated by Cruickshank. - •
Carlisle, August 270838. • - ~ - .
..• - - .
life must he a miserable villain indeed; who
ivoul(1 place the life of a fellow'beingin
danger, for the purpose.of malciug 7120-
. -ncy. . •
What Flo' bruggists prove by milking andielling
e-ounierfrit Pills pniporting to be
--,..ll3raisdret les - Vegetable
• • ' , 1 - versal Pills. - •
- they - rd:e l viti ! out and Itozson.A.-
• • •
~.,14/11tat.„ no.LotherAnedicine:;,is. , requiredAty- tit
mild ie.; or, wlij , do not these druggists counterfeit
other pills in the same way they do - Ihnittiretli'd—
Si tOply becaft se no others save Brandretlealregetable
Ulilversal, ever effected the extramlinary cures
That these Pills are knowter•-;urtivnitsAwr icslowria ,
to have effected,
-Tliti.6 licier wiis ti persop wile used the
. . -
,VEGUTABLE VNIITh`RSAL- PILLS; , .
Th . .° diitifot 7:c6linneitii themjili ter th s.ot
the most unequalled praise.
NevertheleSsirthesi: - counterfeiting driiggis(s
done & are doing the character of the Genuine a grime
deal of injury,; . but it Is hoped that-individuals will
not allow themselves to'be deceived hydesigniuglier.
sons; whose only object is tO.Mitke money.; mid-who
i‘re perfectly'careless of 'consequences.• It is a matter
of no importance to . .th6nt whether. the Ii 0 0 .1" child is .
rescued tcom a. bed of sickness - and restored 'to the
yearning arms of i ts - pa tsi or Whether him on - Whom
a huge family rely solely uport - fur Suppor..t, is pre—
vented frpm filling-nn early and iiitiiwelygrave-. The
time may come when the greatness of their guilt shall
become clear j 6 their benighted understandings, mud
then it is hoped theY.ivill cialeAVOl• to make Some a
m eluls. by the'after purity of their lives.
li.xery authorized agent bas n copperplatc.Certifi
c4e.of agency, and has . it exhlbittilin his store. Ne—
ver purchase unless this is seen;
.and have some re
gard also to'the character the agent bears among his,
Billow citizens. lie midst' be n miserable villain. who
would place the life of a fellow creature in danger for
the purpose of making money. • -
Dr: -- Beandretit's Olices in-Philadefphig.
Principal,' Co. fl. h rth Bth Street.
' Minor office, No. 43,.Chestnut Street, near_2d at...'
Remember. the above officers are kept exclusively
for the , sale of the true and genuine Brandretles Pills.
The following, merlons are duly authorised Agents
tylvania, whose respective names arc: ,
- GEORGE Tl 7. HITIVER, Cadisle.
JOHN.IVOOII4', Newville. . . .
N. 13. No drugc, , is , t, apothecary or, pedlar, is al
limed to sell the genuine Brandreth's ills, under any
circumstances: whatever. Also observe -when you
purchase of any advertised Agents, that they have a
ccrtifiente: of ageney,_signed and_sea led' bv _ '
August 8, 1838,—1y. • •
3 4 ,LZE2d1U3241.1
I 2C et 7 T 7 SAT,
1a.415317.T.AVT:Pit z 111 . 7% . -
• Ell ?II ICY
-RETURNS his sit - Mire thanks:to the citizens of
Carlisle .and .its vicinity, for.,The liberal 'patronage
which. has beew-bestowed upon him , and solicits a
continuance et i the same. His shoji - is nyw 'situated in
East High Street
•adjoiniug' the Dru g store of Samuel Elliott.pn the
east, mid:John H. Weaver & Co's, store oh the west,
where he will constantly keep on hand alarge assort
': merit of Fashionable -
Frr and Silk 5
- coNsitrtric-Or '
Beaver, Oiler, Seal; Nutria
•ra1;111ala Rassia and ,Brash„
• • lia:„xt,.tri-aca .
•OF - ALL ..0 0 L . O
Ali of his own manufacturing, which he will 'dispose
of at low miens.
---ite-flattershimself that,..hr.sh•iceattentiOn.to bust,
ness and a disposition to' please, to Merit and receive
share of tiUblic patronage. .•
eapawill be manufactured to' order,
on reasonable terms.
April'9, 1836.. tf. ' , '' 19. •
• • il i ogwood:—ehlpped. and ground, . -
Nicaragua Wood,• • • Cochineal,
Brazil,. • Lao Dye,
Pantie,. ' ' - 'Oil of Vitrol,
'Madder, • : f Nitrous Acid,
Indigo, •• - -YVluriatio do:
'Just received-arid f r sale, wholesale or retail,
he Chemical Store of -
.01 - ay 22. - , . ' 2,0
CASSI'NETTS•ir'!I-4!Yunder, l im b,
Brown, Blue, Black Parsons and Biddle .7117 . .ied bag
eineite; thr.sale unusually low; at the Store of
ARNOLD & ,CO.
Sept 18,_ ,
, FINEFIJR - C.APELeurinid SoalSkin
Collars,Llni awl Russian Fur Tipj)etslfcir tatiies)
for sale very low at . ARNOLD CO's. -
BLANKET II 9se, Duffield and Macki
naw Blankets, for sale by ' • -,,
. ' ' • ;ARNOL ECC,O; '
sorrSITELL 74LlitONDS - 0 ---
Filberts for sale by •1 1 , • ,
LOCO FOCI' DlATCHESomaklust,
received, ten grim of Yarnam , ti celebrufeil Loco ,FoeO
.Nuteheti, - tvtirranted genuine, for tide by dozen bolo!'
: or in,grosti packages t meiy Dealert are rCqiiest
ed ' • • - . 1.-3.-MYERS.
:TWO FARMS; adjoinihg each other,' one'COli
taining One,' Hundred and "Eighty Acres; and the
o[lfie`r tie Hundred and Sixty Acres of first quality
Limestone Land, in a good state of cultivation. These
farina .are situated on the Letart Spring, in. South.
Middleton tbwnship,.Cumberland . . county, ahoup 1
milet south of Carlisle, and within sight of two first
rate: merchant mills on the said ,spring. The im
u ...STOIVE;B:I2RN, .
with Other neee'ssary
, A furtherdescription is:unnecessarY, RS purchasers
will view the premises and judge for themselves.
Poss'essiim will he given on the first of April nest.
An indisputable title will be given'. Porterms ap
ply, to'tbusubscriher in Carlisle; Pa. -
'•. - A-NDREW HOLMES-;
• - -
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
For Sale, •
gOE subscriber will sell'atyrivate.sale, a wiltin
ble tract of land, situate in Newton township,
Cumberland county, aboitt a half mile hest of Stoughs- -
toWn, (Wale turnpike leading to Chambersburg, ad
'coining . lands of John Stougli and 'Bamuel r ßrowneller,
containing • •
Sixt . y.Eight A-eres—
of first-ride LIMESTONE :LAND, about• fifteen
acres of which ore covered -with thriving YOUNG
TIMBER;'the rdmainder , is under good fence'and - hr
a good state of Cultivation; having thereo erected a
TW.O STORY '
h h LOG-MOUS L' •
ATP alld Stable.
There is . also on the premises a thriving YOUNG
Any person- wishing - to i'iew the 'prnmisei will call
with the subscriber,,residing hi Frankford township,
abodt one mile north of Alter's mill, and a short dis,
[...ince from OcurieklEsture._:: -
. • SAMUEL MARQUART.
August 9.1; 1838. • '
- llonwopufk Pl&yt icaih,
SURGEON 'SI - A4QCOIUCtIEUR; •
Office m High few doors east of
• ' the Jail, - VarliSle,-Pit. • • -
vEN.DERS-114. professional sertscqs Co the citizens
. .of-thig 01114: mid and , ninrc
especially to those who are suffering•trynk CHRONIC
DISFASES, and resPectfully . informs tliCn, that .he
professes-to cure all kinds
•-- ACUTE AND •
••-• • -•• • DISEASES,.
which arc in' llieir nature curable r ii: a perfect, Cast/
and mild inaniwr.-• The' medicine is administered in- .
'ternally, is pleasant to the.taste and easily - taken...-r-
.-1/7s charge.r moderate.._
Ile will p:diats,_iviten called •upon, at their
respective placea,oc residenCe; in this Place nr its vi,
chilly-. Personas at a distance, laboring. miller
his:eases, May obtain Mecical . advice and rredi
:eine, for tone-math, by addressing him a letter (post
paid) describing their disease, rtod enclosing a cur
rent live dollar bank note. - - ' .
Medical consiiltittions can hye nine .
o'clock,-P, M. Unless alisent.oti piofesslonat duties.
l'holollowing diseases are-treated and ciirethtin
I loinoemaitTiie-Meilicine, viz : • - . • • '
certain nisiniseSi illeillent to Alm Genitel Or gans . in
Alte_Pri-rnall'orSuclitOry state,witliont ailmintstering
in this treatment, without adrumistering . in- this treat
ment luny _or the usual offensive—and :minions Medi
cines, so notoriously destructive to the human system
and constitution. _
COnsumption,-Rroneliitiff, Palpitation-of the-1 ienrt
Dyspepsia„Livcr Complaint, Ililiouv Colic, Costive
tism, Epilepsy,Astlima, Sick licailitelie, - Denfness;
Giddiness, Derain or Ruptures, Lameness from Pal
sV, Ulcers or old standing saves-, Necrosis, Caries o
inmei,•Cancers,• Tetter, Tic 'llouloureux; St.-Vitus''
Dance, Diseases of the eye in general, Fistula Carry
malia—Gutta Serena, Cataract, King's Evil, llickets
White-Swelling, Dropsy, Dysentery, Pleurisy, 1 loop,
ing Cough, Croup ; Pneumonia, I lysteria,Fluor a lp is
coriated Nipples, Diseases of Women and childrei
Fevers in general,Agti,e, Scarlet Fever.
• • For all the above named and many otherAlisenses
there_caul be vatlifitctorY - evidence given of • their
. Carlisle, August •
• DissOltition ofrarimership. •
. The partnership here fore existing beiween.the
:subscribers,. under-thellim COYLE _is
this-daychy-miatinkoltreenidnt, - ilissolfarT
are in the InnWorAndreiv. Coyle, one of the late
partners, whozis authorized to settle the mime, and
hopes thutall concerned will make immediate settle
ment. xe °
- : -
- _September 18,1888.
The business ns heretofore will be carried on .by
the subscriber, at the old .stand, who will in a 'few
days have a new and general assoikment of }'all and
Winter Goods, and hopes by str ict attention . to busi ,
ness to receive a liberal share of patlonage.
• SCOTT COYLE: .
islewrille, September 18, 1888, •
E. High Street, a few (Zoors. east of the
• court Housc i
• . .
• CAR'LISLE s
' The' ' , Subseriber linving leased the. above named
.establiifiMent from Mr. Simon Iltunderlich;ond hay-.
jug provided himself with every. thing necessary, is.
now enabled to accommodate travellecs and ethers in
a - style that Will not fail to please those will; may favor
him with a • • -• • - - _
THE Tait AND CIAx,LAU • -
will receive his 'special attention. These will be
kept constantly provided - with•the best of LIQUORS
. • 1 , .
will at all times he - aliundatitlysupplied7with — all the
:delicacies. which the season and
.market can -afford,
' and no exertions will be wanting to please the palate
ef - the - mostfastitlioust -- - „
arecomModiousnad seCiure,and a ctieetta atten'
tive hastier will be aiWays in attendance.
'BOARDERS ,svill•be taken by the week, month or
year; on the most reasonable terms.' • •
A strict attention to business and an ansions desire
to please, will, ho trusts, „ensure ,him a: reit - Sonab - 1e
share of public patronage: • • •,"
• • f . 7. JACOB
Carlisle,April 2.1., •.• ,
N. 8.. The cars run Test the above establishmehti
at. 6 and 11 O'clock, A. - M. and at 2 and,7 o'clock, P.
siituvrcagaraoo . as. ,
ARNOLD' Bc . CO:, are jtlst receiving and opening
A' large,tiiiiiiiment of DRYGOOPS, suitable for fall
sides,fo which they itivite the attention of those who
wish to pairalutie .Tood Goods cheaP, as they will 'be
enabled to offer &lode decidedly !oak'' , for cash, than
kad ever been offeredfn - thie plaee, consisting in part
•Sitpee,English and German Sterinoes,
•• French and Welsh do •
Light colored Gros de Na'\) Silks,. •
Green, Claret, and•Caloret •
•Black and Dlue,lllack Silks,. , - .
Red and Yellow Flannels; . •
z - IfferinnShawlwand Handkerehiefs, • •• .•
:..Furniture, and Chintz PrintS, • ;•;--• -
" -. Meritin and IVoOsted Hose, ••- •
-. - White and ColorediCasinnere, Hose s ''
Super Black Silk Velvets, , •
• Supei' Velvet Cords •. -• • .
Eaten' and - Super CLOT; HS, - •
Fine-London C'assinserei, • .
, . • Plaiwand Striped Sattinettd s ' _
Pilot Cloth awl Lion!Skins,• . . , .f•
Furand, Hair Capii,lkehtte. &e : ''.".A. • .
; All Orwhieltwill , be; siottao thevnosfaseoffireiadating
terms, and deediedly cheaper than can be bought else
where: Furefulsersitbflavlted to call aibd•Odsc fat.
i t tqMlll. ° A • • '
dlianuity and Trust ,C02:7404,.pf
office' , 159,- Cheatliii;;Weet.7 •‘• '
CAPITAL OP• $300,000. • .
• • Charter. Perpetual.-•
8, grant " Annuities ~Rnd
fnenta, and make contracts generally.that involve.
he contingency of life. Accent Trusts as autholized .
brtireeliarter, from individuals, corporate tiodies,•Or
Courts of Justice, arid execute themagreeablY to the
desire of the parties,and receive piposites• of thOlicy
;in trust,eand on-interest. .
' LIFE' INSURANCE.—The
,ternis, are as low as
those-of any . Office in'the.Union. „
Ratei for. lnsuring $lOO. • • , • •
dge For 1 .rear .Porl Years , Who teLyb •
20 • $0 . 91:50 95 $1 '77
25 • '1 00 :1:12 172-
••• 30 .1 •ar 136 - 236 •
35 - 1
36' . 153 275
40 . • -1 69 • 1 83- ..'3 20 ."
45 T 91' • 196 a 73
50. •,•. -1 06 • -2 09 " 460 •
-55 • 2 32, , 321 . • 578
Further information can be obtained by application
:at the office. • - -
13. W. RICHARDS, Pre;e.t,'
, 2. • JOHN. JAMES, Aciuury.
Gr.onnz W. Asti, 7'regaurer. - • '
June 11, 1838.—m •
Alfiving recently returned from Philadelphia and
New York . with. a VERY EXTENSIVE ADM,
'PION to my former• Stock, I beg leave to offr - t
citizens of Carlisle and the Public generally,
E rISSORTM..6 1 NT,
Comprising every article in the Drug -line which I
, wilLtlispose of WIIOLESA,Lt or prreu. die_ /owes!
posstnie rates: - - INtysicians=country Store'keepers---.
Faullers and others, are respectfully invited to give me
a call at the Old Stand. on East High Street.
Returns thanks toiluicitinens Of Carlisle
and adjoining country, for the most liberalpatronnge
which has-been liestoWeilmpon him i .and wishes to in+
forMthe-publie geberally that. he has ceplenished .hie
stock of Goods, and flatters himself that he Will be,
able to give cigirc Stitisfaction to all-who will: calf;-at
Ids Stove:h .- Mb i n quality and price of goods ;. as he is
resolvefl to sell low for cash. .
. . _
• nt the old linrinn, fn
Nartit ll:mower'Street;- and .examine,his stock'iii7
Goads; ns lie has a giateral nud complete itssortnicnt...
ofJbarthilire i • .
Also'ROM told FINE POWDER_
of the best quitlity,_ will-besohl at - wholesale/
or retail..' - .
lle has olsa the 'New Cumberland
and examine, eaelione for himself. •
Cnx lisle, Drayi 4, 1 .9.384:731p,„:
ALL- IiCIAE NEW„-PTIBLICA...
— T10N5,”...-The , stibsplib - dr has dust= received
from the publishers the following large assortment
of New Workit • /: -
Polish Oiplittn 7 , -Two Flirts.
• Ilotnewartplound,' by Cooper.
Cooper's Italy—Calderon the Courtier. •
EarnewMalttavers—Alke,or.the Mysteries. •
Steven's Travels in Eapt, ArAttitt e rstc..
Centime - ll—a Novel.
/Lady of Lyons—a.play by. Bulwer.
-The Riverattd-Desert ; hy . Miss-Pardoe. • •-••-. -•-
• • The Robbers; by James.
Leila; by Bulwer; ,
Adventures of tt Bachelor. . •
Olivet' Twist; by "Boz." . •
Sayings and Dom* of Sam Slick. •
Lockhart's Life of. Scott, vomplcte..
Lamertine's Travels through Palestine:
PoelryofTravelling3 bt. Mrs.
Ilan fon oFilie — Seige; by the author Of Witte'.
Sketches.of a Young Linty and Gentleman; II
lite Glanville ramily-2
- Pirate's own Book.
Miss Austen's Novels, complete in I voleme.
American Democratik:Cooper. •
- 3011 N rMYERS. --
August 2.8, 1838.:
THE ~subsCribers, h avC- j ust reeeived in ad d itionirg
' -their former stock, a handsome assortment of
I ,.. SPRING AND SUMMER -: -
makes- thee- assortment:now very, good, - and
sold very. low.: They most respectfully ,solicit
, lic to give theta a call. . • -
:—Country prolluce mill be taken in exchange ,
&To. K. WUNDERLiCW& CO.
the pu ,
frierding and Combilssion
171111171 2 / l l*l2.l2lbltgailße .
HA E taken that large and commodious WARE , '
HODS ', lately erected on the Canal and Rail Road,
-lielow- e-foot of-Chestmt-street,-Harriaburg, where -----
their rangemerits are such thafthey can tit all times
t_forwar produce aml_merchandize with .promputess
mul-de patch to the following - places;titi :- .
_, , ,lila;lelphia„rills6urge_olnm.2_,: .
bia;:: allimore, Carlisle; Chambersl*rg l
. • . and all .intermediate . places. ,
They liave lately entered into arrangements so as to •
•etiliblei them to send any produce or,goods by way 0
the Pntisylvtinia Canal and ,Columbia Railroad, to
_Philadelphia, at the same prices charged hy__Other
- companies running tili — the Uniono canal, thus gaining
three days in time, and deliverink goods in Broad :
street, avoiding the usual expense of hauling froth the •
;Schuylkill. - „
- THEY--WILL-PURCHASE drain,'_Flour; sua
country produce. of every description, and keep' con..
stantly on hand coal, plaster ; ,fish anti salt for ale.
April 2, 1818.r-tf.. , - /6.
••TiI"KFUL for • paiit favors, hereby, iriforms.the
• ,•public that ge still continues to carry . on, the -a+
' bove mentione d butinese, , • •
,eel, • •
• West 111, 1 4 s %TaCalla Ste
few doors west of the - riskst Office, - and directly op- ,
poeito the, book store of J. Loudon, where he is pre- ,
pared to accommodate all who may favor him with
their pristeitti, in the most neat-triariner, rind at mason. ,
able prices: By strict attention ti:l ,business:andAh
earnest desire. to please., he liopes to,receive“-Pberol
Share. of publin patronage., • • • •
• P. S.—The latest city fashions will bp constantly
:011owertnp. , , , - • : •
Supply/ O, ••••
Y . MADE CLOTHING..
coasts tly liand, - und for sale on reasonable
'terms:. • , • • -, -
• • Jane :18, 1898,.—tf - . • • 2g
ae3l' • receivedsegain and jittii:tobneeo, *Mail wi
, be -bold afTeanufaettirers' micas. by the ker. -
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