Carlisle herald and expositor. (Carlisle, Pa.) 1837-1845, May 01, 1839, Image 4
. . • • liaif e' . Veoeta Ite Pills and IrlitINN11)14111111TTEItS'-' • ' - '2 , *CON'FRAST • • Aillintithisla•nui-thereinotesitiges; hare:had ehi hat, Voltunbu e only - found out. the way to America.. Before the tintelef;theigreat Spa nisitnavigator, pee te,w9rn...Only enabled .tu 'paddle about :the shores: , ItLis'bet ino.'years first ventured lifniraidliki . ToTrnaii, 7 liiiiff" haviidiaiirnieredr the precious object Imes in search -yg g. p_table Medicines were indeed Wen - if when I commenced . thy search, bnt'their. - use was not. By the trie of them, I have not.only passed frOm thetlejected invalid, to the hale; hearty end ac tive nun of business, hut, comparatively speaking,: I I renewed 'nty I can thus,,with:confidence do MY own etperienee, advise with my fenow-citizens. l)oes the reader want vent' that the VEGETABLE -LIFE - . AIE BICINEB 'lire suitable to ibis own. ease? There on file at' nriroilice . , 5 . 46 Ilroeliway; tuindre6s. =a letters, from same of the mostrespeetub'le Ciiirsens . of this my...native land, yoluntarily offereillestiniony of the virtues' of A. GOOD VEGP.TABLE CINE. Persms - whvie - oldititiltionhevelmennearly ruin- . rid . by the "all-infalfible'? mineral preparations of thelley,will, beat ma witness, that the life Medi oines;and such only, nro the true course to persaii nent pail health. E . ,Grif.ERAIL RENfARICtiI RELATIVE - TO MOP .PAT'S LIFE 'PILLS E? PIICENIX' BITTERS. • • - 'These medicinds have long been known and'app ,re elated,. fOr-theinlextruor.dintiry_tinip remediate.pr ors of restoringrperfect bealth,to: persons suffering ...' under nearly, every kind of disease to which the he : man frame is liable. •.. • 1 . • - r In many hundreds of 'Certified Itistanees; they have - . even rescued sufferers from the very, verge of an nn timely grave, lifter al' the deceptive; nostrums of the . day had utterly failed; . find-to many thonisuidd (Way . ~. Inive.penmaileatly.securedthatriniform enjoyment at. health, without which. life itself is but a portial - bles. - sing... So great,-indeed has their efficacy invariably - _ and. infallibly proved, that it Isawappeared 'scarcely • less thin_ miraculous to those who were nnacqnainted _ with the beautiful philosophicial principles upon -----•.-whicli theYerecompounded, and tipon lyliichthey con- _' , setrently act., It was to their manifest' and sensible, action in purifying the springs and channels of life, if - and - enduing them with renewed tone and vigor, that they were indebted for their name, which Wlla bestosi " - E . - PA infon - therti - at the - spentairemis -request - - ortevdra -- - individuals whoselivestheylied °Woody . saiiil. - ' -- • : ? The proprietpr. reices re dmo_ppprtimity greed . ell by die universal (Infusion of the daily; reSs, for • • placing Ids .VEGETABLE. - LIPEIPILLS. Within ifie knowledge and reach of eyery individual in the ---- Cor,nratinity. -- 12crilike the- hest - of -Pernicions_qoacke - rice, whitili boast, of vegetable ingredients, the Life • Pills are solely vegetable, arid contain-- neither Mer= carry, Antimony; Arsenic, nor any other mineral;'in • ' any fame whatever, They are entirely composed of .. - .extracts from rare and Powerful plants, the virtues qf 7 'r - which - `,"though - long - known - to several-Indian. tribes; - and recently to, some eminent- pharmaieutical diem , ists,.• re altogetherrunknewn to the ignorant pretend -. era to medical science; and-were-never before ad .- 'Ministered in so happily efficacious a combination. - _ 1 ..- The first operation is to loosen the coats of -the. .- ' - stomach and bowelit, the various impprities. end Orii • dales - constantly settling around them; and to M.-, :` ' move The hardened faces which.collect in the convul • skins of the small intestines. Other medicines par -- ti fly cleanse these;anifleave.such; collected_ masses_ ',behind, as to . prodnise habitual costiveness ; with el train -,- - its Of e vils, or sudden diarrliten, with its immil ' 0 neat dangers.--This fact-lswell known.to allegula-_ • - - anatomists, who examining the human bowels after - ' death: hefifie the 'prejudice 'ef these well - informed ... •... men. against- VEGETABLE .Lt.FE PILLS is. to ~cleanse the kidneve:and , 'the bladder,. end bY I this' - • means, the liver and the lungs, the healthful action - of - • which entirely depends upon ,the regularity of the. , •.. surinnri 'organs. . Tile Wort, WhielLtaikesits_retter. • . for from th:Ci - igericfrif - theliverend - thelimgfrbefirre -_•_•.-,it:passedloto" the heart t being thus purified by them, = ' andnourished by - foodfdmiogtrore aclean stemarli 7 .. -courses freely Otrough the _veins, renews every par of the and .trhataphantly mounts the banner ~ lo health in the blooming cheek. • - " - .1 - :" TheffiliMaring are among the ilistressin,„varietv- of: ' human diseases, to which the Vegetable-Life Pi a ' Are well knoWn to be infallible r--- - . DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first 'and second atomache t Ind cresting a flow of pure, healthy bile, instead a the suite and ecrid kind ;- Flatitlency,-Palpitstion ofthe 1110134 Loss Of..iAppe-_ . --- titejleart-burn and Ile:id-ache, Restlessness, Ill temper, Aexiety . ,_Languer, and Melancholy, which .. ire the genercl symptoms of Dyspepsia .williimish • TgE_ZIRDLA.I4I SELCIPIC es a natural consequencai Of its cure. - Costiveness, '. . i, . .by cleansing the whole length of tho intestines with - ..,- t x t . 'at .. • • , - -A solveig process, find without violence; all 'violent 2 ,.,,,, - „s, Sp y For.the , prevention - purges - leave the bowels costive within two .lays.. f ~ . - •n . ,-• .• e t and cure of Coughs., Diarrhea and Cholera, by removing the sharp acrid . fluids by which these complaints -ore occasionded --':* ..V.` . poi Colds, dstinnas, Con and by priamoting the übric.itive secretion of the a P /it hi • sumptions,spitting of miscue members. Freeness of all kinda, - by restor- .*•.' ~ -1,, . , .. rt .. , , ~., ~..4 , -.. ~,. -. i*, AV ,,..' Blood, and diseases log the blond to regular circulation, through the pt;a seas of perspiration in acme cases, and the through -'. . • •.... - .es.? •;., •,' of the breast . and . ~ n oludonor nil intestinal obstructions in others: .The - . _ ' 7 I, .' . " '' e /1.171 P, 4 • C. ' LIFE PILLS have been known to cure Mum - inatm' a - D octor CLARKSON Far.Estste, the proprietol , of the permanently in three, weeks, and Gout in half that , resided - upwards of Tour -years among the time, by removing local inilamation from the mnscfes sPee ifie f tribes of North American Indians, and With unwea- - *rid ligaments of• time joints., Dcopsies of mil ikivds; rled dgence used 'every means in his ower to ac,- by freeing and .streugthening the kidneys fend blade , quire aknowledge of the different rem edies Used by der; they operate most - delightfully . on thelse impor er 1, e ,, r e m a y a eer ., tnera, for the cure of the sick and wounded ; - and more particularly those which they .nake to prevent ti n : °Tga rented n9 ; R f n o li r h th e e ncP wo h r a irees e e r s of Gruel. Also-, and cure the consumption, and complaints ofllie - Worms: by dislodging front the turnings or t ets the. slimy matter to which these creetures'ilaedli!er°-4 breast, and lungs. He observed the Indians were übjedi to numerous' and similar complaints to those Asthma and Coninmption, by relieving the air vas- of white people; and front their mode of living, and sets, of the lungsfrom the mucus, which even'alieht being - exposed to the inclemency of all weathers, folds will occasion, whist if not removed lieccrnes many of their complaints were compliceted, and Vies hardened, and produces those dreadful diseased. 1--7titwUmereomd.invettrato_sdresi4l,/lieperi/eet lent Although, many of their difiesses were of such" a' mdture as weidep - with - a - people - in - rr civitized-atate • purity which these Life Pi a give to the blood, and. have to•minated in confirmed consureptione; yet, du aly the hurnorskSoorbutie Eruptions, arid bad com-the' 'me he was , witltthem, he did ' not hear of plexions, be thee , . alternative effect upon the fluids ring t'• . _, -- '--diat feed 410 - skin, the-morbid 'taste of-which occa- a e 0,., allTaPtu"'" ”o* -- ther in tilde- --- "incel -- Ethydßet -- tomplairiqStillow;;Cleiftly;" - titid" --- ao - naPPY --.--1 R ..---- 71 r; ci cerizin 0 tor t, (..1 dies, and s . . other-disagreeable Complexions.- The use of these time, that it maybe mid Pills for a very short time, will effect an entire cure - "a true -. mitten .. of Silt Illienifi,Bryelpeles end a striking improve: ease ' R orer known er., heard among them." The __. inent in the Clearness of the skin. Common Cohts truth of this observation: oust be corroborated by all • and Tellnenza, will always be cited-by .. have htmlhad the op of becoming negainle.d ''' be ' kid h the Ibi , two; wren iti the worst eases.' Pilestittifl•eme- with these - people - t naay the): - tla 7Y. ey r 'ill ' complaints ? The reason - is 'fly for this Iliad distress beg ttnd - obstimite midi*, the are pxonit jec . a re u m se the e y ari• ii,c,m _- 4 : d, , ititely B.co, for I,rliec, •:Y . egetalgis ... Life Tills deserve a distinct and 'empludle anima •; . and_prevent_thosev . complstnia7 l nc..110....!1 8 v* _412::;• 1 • i• • s e - jOvirider • I yeeatrenstiett. . his well known'to7hundiethritr - thideitY;ttiet the Proprietor of-these invaluable - Pils _ ti n and bring on incurTibTe conr mine the constitu co. , ~ . . g ...„...Avas Mimed( affilated with the complaintfor upwards auTßti. arh. ' „ - • , , tge.,ac.tha.. - eit adrls•-vearr,aiiii (mu tria in vane very rem- --$3lllB- eac h-bo ttle . y T eacn-00 fie pointing out _ m deonstocuous. -manner,_all '44ll3..P rr ri . *iihiwthe Whole compass °l.' the hie.. l S h peci .' i 0 in the ditferent sta es Pf these distres: ~...;„ is' hr sdistii , :juttioietiver„ atlength, tried the meth - . e 11 T,TP m° ' . . .F .. . t . • " 4- 'll4liie'iiihWhe tigli• riflery to the - public, end he WAS -sang nutcases i also ?particular - tu . reouons reap , , ec trig • - cured - in toiniiir abort time, after his recovery had ..Die _ . t andelteren S h and how patients are to conduct Seen pronounced not - Only improbable, but absolute- ti,le_r_•_,"'el" e sta*c until health is re -IF° 11 6 Id bethe • ' •b• impoiseible byeny human means'. --- , SlOrea ; for vain and useless , would DIRECTIONS FOR lISE.-The Proprietor of tions of the ablest phiaicia , °raps:flied by the moat alre.llo fa i t hf ul l y „ A t piresvhdils i/fraPillirdnes not follow the base and 1 1 17_erf rad ei t Tedilducat if Wall:lb al - f t -----encreenery-praebse of-the,iineeksof-the.day, in advi-- --'Jae informedthat the r eposi ions sing persons to take his Villain huge quantities. No a Th - public are - - 1”" 't . o f • • good seedicine can possibly be so required.- These two h und red and eighty-seven persons have been M ORA ere to be taken at bed time - every night t for - a. hetehef theproper authorities of the city of -Lan - week - pr. fortnight,„neeording to,the disease. , The • caster, Pa., all completely cured of the most.despe-• I • .1 ta - ' usual doso.of 'dick bitters Is half a wine giant fit); . rate cases of consumption . ,..somoof' wut t arri. deil , ti, water or, ,bum ma i t bi a m me tity m a y b e ta k en two , I ed in the Wills accompanying tbe bottle. orthrhit.times:a il t r, about half an lamer before meals, The price of each bottle of the INDIAN SPE . eifie is One Dollar, pod each enveloping the mine' ge or ir lee. O&M may be taken at all times. To .... si . gn n ed . b_ e y - .ELr. qtrkson Preeni - _an _ i nn - d the ---- . 'Am - aro afflicted-witlf indigestion- after _meals', _slr.a,.'„fla,.„ lB . seat 0 . 1 each bottle_ , . Bone can bitters will pis* invaluable, astheY . very great:. trauma I; F. 0 tO , be genuine without this signature; a base composi ' the ;sotto_ of of the prnicipel, viscera, help don h.sving heen attempted wale imposed upon . the to perforteithebreinctious, and enable the sta. • opatiltiarßeiterge into_ltitthowels - whatever Is offers- Public h 9 a co unterfeit . Imitation of this extraordinary rem ,. - r artiele: . ---_-_____,,—. . • 41196.-;;Thtts ladle :seen hi easily and speedily '' '•at supnly of the above snecifie,m kept co nstant ao. Sale by SA . MUEL Ez,morr: of iCarliAe ' 916 tien1, 1 vessel l*dit s e be l rnest rell ie, 1 -- tintesl ilind ti " :l ,, nutrition elwtitha tlfit th e e it a ita b red r : . - . ~ and by ... Samuel Wilson, Shappensburg. • and,,strength.ef -Bodj • end energy of inlnd- are the • Da results.' Ent' further particulars oFMOE- I • November 50555-iy: . -:-.--rxr*--IXFZ-11131A..fitid-_MTZTIX BITTERS, I - ppplyet Mtf- Idoffiet office; No. 16 Rieeilii -- myr;,wo - IforkOr o the Pills elm be Obtained for 25 'cents,. - 240 - firma, Ortl per box; 41nd-th rs e-Bitte for,"•_St or 11 "".$ - ,•pee - bottle. -- Cam Nuerolui - certificated* of -the wonderful efltearty of both; may be there inspected. • kr toleadobstinakt and comp sated eases of Oro " isle yid inflamed:eel Itheepratism,Livercomplainti, __ : ,_,Fiver ani k l; pyspesisia, Palsy, Pike, 7 - ,, '• - froas illiiiiii7 - 1 ._---niiOttey,,--otiitiltiei-and-Other-fhlicalaski • . 'of mtg..* Itz e; t may-fie :found - -neeessary_to.tiike I .__CABINETI:III;AIVITEACTORY., both-thfis rind and 'Phainlicititters, in ; the does ' IrrI HE subscriber respectfully informs the intilibl ... • birdie rireOhittieuded. ' • --' , I 'l, taiits or Cluiisle, and the public - generally, th5t ,;:•7,:,„.,-,...sy,,,B;Thellillwatiet the Bitters will get all ta 6 r - ' lie stilt resides at his.. Old Stand, iii North Hanover. - • , . - ,Vg - opi of thesysteral infinitely faster , than;the best . - --street,opposite Mr. E.Bullock's - Chair Menufactory, ••, ? 1,, ~, „„„,. -ir of.Sitriaparilla , t and are acerta . at-rrue - • where he centirmedito carry on the, :'• '• "„ : ' ••• - Of blood to thahe ad, head, or al l violent , ',, .. 2 % u 4 elY k Oft* -,,,,.',. ,&e,-;All persona who are 1 'Cabinet . . *flaking Illtiglinitisst .'....,,!':.,,"-----.lgri:thoik: lA — y e ' 4, i lk E,IL' tr 4 :03., choiddpe . ver•he ~ in all i ts various ' branches, .1 - 10 has lately 'furnished .... m•sim. a imgr e v. , '„T*Aaltteraf Pr one u° B e la himself witka" ow* and spleedid HEARgp Bte to aciornreodate all th' '' h ; • ;:;;...-,::=.1 e l eg ...i ;, - 4 1i t • * 4 i - i v ' , evao e . - • ;kVA . ... eriLre d ultiti si on o t , . ... This may ra!ait h is I::::,.••:•;;,p,'*a:rt,ifteitiklii." - •1:•_*: -. ....;,,-, .. .1.. ~, '`''."*.• .1-.',4', , ,!, 7: we frienthynnd enfitenures for the libersf eneouragemerit 1 . 17 - :. 1- "'• •: ,7 01,_.V4T.;_titlar - fit lie' tiOrre.'ort4;ELMOrt.' bestowed on him, and solicits Continuance of their I` , A-"'*-?..Niiii n iiii•*ll3 , l9 -- 7 , . - ;=:f ., ?- ,---7,-7' c i ,`-,f;--- Kira /i 9 ,,Patter a ,. hinuelfahathy-strict-atten y?.....•.,-.;. • ...., _ L ,,,, • ~ ,-.. .:.-- -.1 , :::_:.: ;.4„.. 1 , • ••*.,., f• ,, , .f.•• , • ,•, f t e areee r v Aems and a difvflition to please, to merit *,:',".•:-.,•:•••S-s,'.'17/1'1:.:lf,: :A maiilisli'lee'l , ri 7 7'il , .. , ke ,4 4. ..:; ,' 1V Ti ' ni.... , 4 ,7.re.br I) ollo4 l ll , l 4rPhageh '- ••• „ ~ ,, ;',l. : l 4 ..t " , if i a r . -, 0 • 6 4 .4 1 ,- , 244.1 1 • 1 ?. , "_.'-: car' CO . .• •• • ~, •,' '. tI, "i e r.." Y'l," 'rt....journeymen Cabinet Makers Me luiluesharg t haveltistre!..}.,Wan ,u,:to t iv,,aorrt-sf.erin,„„ eree e i ll b e i ivnn. . An ~i;a7 e - d ::.ic.';lirige. : afitortotenr•of Tie - align . Militia 1"!IfPfeldf00-Witl,he taken to vt..,4 1 , 1 b„:b b ".- - - Chetike'llte. - vrhielf tbser cOop T e a * lows 50.•ematelb‘i it welliaciniutterided -- r- ' • - • - `'' a °Ve " nes°, ... -. ..inumerprodinin k ~,, - •••• •, ... - •, , - • . ''•••:'''. !. ' .... ~, :-.; : •;....:..:•--,.,- - - ", , fatalyrßErft' it . • • • i • • . • 4401 si t Igo - •••:' -,- • ' - . ' ~ , - 7 1., ~1: )'t u•-4 14 . - *:.• '' -. ' •' • ••:f• &• •:- - - ••;-*' :' -- •'. 1 ,, '" - t,' ar. s v .01efaber. 4T,1838.--1 m. . • - Tho - Trite - RichieS -- ofElfe -- is .11E - A1 • We knoio thatlfialth,an d the ability "to labor-is the eiicalth of the great mass of the' people in slue as in 'most other coun tote' .To Preserve, therefore, that health by X.tITUIVIL means, is agrand moral' - and' patiea &done. , tb fulfill- which- ire-. , quires our utmost attention.. - : . •• , • THE unpaltalefed reputation which Peters' Pills luriO - acquired,as a Medical Restoritive, is the Most unquestionable proof that can be giVen of their im-. item importance . to the afflicted in 'almost every class of (hackies.. The number of letters -received Ifrois-patients.recovering throtigh their moans is real. ly 'prodigious, and, the, complaints which they have cured are almost as varied as they are numerous.—, But still there-are Some,ln . which therare More especially beneficial than 'M others; and among those _maybe named_the_too_ofteo -fittal .complainta of the I stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion; for which they a not only a certain but ,nif ininiediatecure.' JOHN MOFFAT, `lt is well.known that frorti the disarrangement of the -stomack - and-bowepti . ari se-nine7tenthaof all-the • declining - liiiiiilqiftide is the foundation of Platuleiniy, Spasmodic Pains, hullges ticinfLoss of Appetite eto.-, and that those in their turn give birth to. Dropsy, Liver Coniplaint, Con-. sutoption, and habitual 'lowness of spirits; therefore Peters' Pills being the' very best, medicine u hick has over been - distorme,d - for - theincipient diseases of-the intestines, are 4,1&‘ siire - seprdeidatives of those dreadfol,apil also general disorders, Which em bitter life, and drag so many. millions to untimely In speaking , thus Dr. Peters arrogates nothing to - hint - Self - that has - not - been ciinceeded by the public.— He is no needy - Attack or unknown spectilatorovho cornea before the -world as his own herald and wit, ness; but is placed hi a responsibility of Situation by thepatronhge which- he - . has- enjoyed -for - .years, and which is increasing-" to an extent unprecedented in theanuals pfinedicitie, thatmakes him careful teas, sett nothing Which is not borne .q . ut.by the. most in-_ Callable proof, and hence he does not fehr - to be put to the. test 'in any thing: whiettfp has promised re specting-his Pills._ , Dr.Peters4s.mOst happyto be able -to stste;cm the autharitY of-a great number of regular - physi-, thet-wherever---his-Vegetablo-Pills=liave.lbeco iOtrodurodithey . have almost Superteeded the adop tion ormercurial experlmentS;for their peculiar fae ulty_io :sweetening: die blOod t .and - -stimiilating it to expel all noxious jucies, and in giving strength .and tone to thenerves, prevents disease from acquirivig that strength.' which must begot under, if - at all, by dangerons remedies: -- • • -- WPrepared by - JOS...PRIESTLY. PETERS, M. D. •12 4 4 - LihrarrstreetdsiOw York. -Beek box contains 40 - price 50 cents. -.• .•. • - . -. These celebrate d' . ar , sold. by nil the'peinei pal Djaiggists in Baltimore, Philadelphia, - Washing- . ton City, and throughout the- United States, the.Cana-_ eXasi-Mexicoi -- and- the West- 'hiding; and -by 'JOHN J. MVOS, SAAIIIEL ELLIOTT, CAlt LISL - E; SA MUEL-W4LSON., Shippensburg; .LEW - DENIG, GEORGE GARLlN,Chambersburg. December 4, 1838.-1 y. , • • . 7- ti___,__.:. ,:. __:._ TL':&. -1..,...1-7....1:::..;----. G") - 6; ..• ) ' ' 1„, •:, ! !1 1,1 illill11111!!iiiiIIIIIIII I ' I ' L li NlLLil li ll' o ; t , ': ,:t. c i • -=•- - 0.,.. - ik - s - T - - ---- - -- ....' .:1;,...-,Y ~~~ _~'r Er...4, - .t.,....,0147:::: . ,4t*1t.:404* - :l,o**4l:•'_pi.4ltiv:lwie,::*-02,0 7 t.*J.0*.4. GAR LIEGANIVS: BALZAtit 111 11 11.1a13i. 'Prepoired end" by JOILY S. Alltil,Bl?•atlaie Drug, --:.-Storeopkielte-che 2 .7llarkittlirorthe i -Pi•edetick i .lllV.- JIS valuable Medicine has already acquired a. • 'oelebrlty to which few others perhaps in so short, a.tolne ever arrived; anil its extensive use for'4 or 5 years, in ' , lariat:Ls parte of the Country; .Cities, and: ToWni,iin Maryland, VirginiaiTeinisylVinia;Olii6 ; .New. Ydelc f Lentuckyi Missouri;South Carolina, Al-' Astute, Georgia; mid New Orleans, which has attend ed it .w ith unparalled success: , • • .Hundreds ofpersonsliave.used. lt,..and ;nine Out of, .ten cases have been permanently 'aired - of Dyspepsia, ,Cholics, Nervotts Tremors, Lowness of Spirits,.:Pal pitations-of-the heart, mid all those train of DiseaSes resulting "from a disordered bolidition ofrtlie stomach and liver, or deran,gernent of the Digestive functions, 'such as General debility or weakness,' Flatulency, 'Lose of 'Appetite; Sour.baluctations and Aciditees of the Stomach; Costiveness; Ifeadaches, Jaundice, Fla-: tulent and Bilious Colies,4o:tt. To Adults-and - Children - who; are troubledth - Worms, it will, operate as a safe and thorough ver mifuge. It is entirely Botanical in its composition, and may be' used by both sexes and of any Age, wills perfect Safety, without any change of ,habit or diet. It is not recommended like, most. patenteil .Medi cines as a pure, all but the proprietor recenanends itjor what he has full confidence it will'aud bur cur ed, which can he substantiated byile testimonrof hundreds of persons,. that hilve experienced its good effects. • • - . . It is neatly put up in squarehalf pint Bottles, with the mine blown on the glais this, Garlegant's Thal liaiti of Health; prepared only by John S. Miller,and 'six signature en a label; Fisted on the outside.wrap per of etich'llottle, Which completely secures it from being.counterfeited.- • A full and satisfactory Direction accompaiiien each Bottle, and by the.quantity at a discount of the proprietor and of all his nents, which 'are Mim ed at the bott9ra of each direction. -- Now testimony of its caresare freque dly receiv- cd,A. feiv of which' follew this' advertisement, and many more :can lte seenon . the directions around - .... each Bottle ' : • - , • Dear Sir:Ll:dolLterehy eerticii that I have been afflicted- with - Dyspepsia for the last 4or S•L-ears, which has been incegasingon me ever since, t 6 suc ha degree, that for 3or Weeks previous to_using_yoursaluable:tarlegantla Balsamlnf Health, I nin - certrin I have not eaten ono . ounce a day of any , kind Of diet; neither was I able to sleep with any kind-of-comfort4loring:this time,- for-a- severepain in-my stomach, irrfact I had given myself u p asincu rable, as I have haul resource to so manytlifferent re medies without atm kind of bend*, I at length heard Of your Halsam.Of Health, beinF Ifdvcrtised, I Pur chased a Bottle of your agent RM. 'Miller • in Win chester Va.--Afler • taking. fife', three first doeSS found my stomach to relAn 10 some degree what eat, and the pain iirmy-•stomitch . tiubsidl rig gradually, mut-after us ing one and a half bottles; I found nty•; , . self - entirely and lave earartything - Thateluti •inclination for, and sleep well at night. • It was sur prising-to see,the-•quantit3r—ormorbul- , mattcr-ldis-• charged from my stomach, -whiclif -once inclined fo believe. wh's thick with it, Whieli no doubt rendered all.dielindigestable.• • • • - : .. Given. under my, htunl;_this Isf'dav of Deiembux . = JOSEPH' ST,TAI'P;- Living near IVintb,e4ter, Vn • • CelyificatO of JVicholas This is to certify that bought of your agent tettYsburg f v.iverril bottles-of your.,riduable Balsam •of.Health,Avhich coMpletely•cured Me of the Dr - - plisitt. 1 had taken much of - other patent-Medi cotes; hut foutuLtio relief, until.li •mada,ttse - of ycur Balsam - of - Health, which atfetitcd 'a tadical'edrei 'and do recoramend it to all those:lVlM are troubled witlilluit obritinate disorder , Dyspepsia. . • • • 'N. Gettysburg Pa. Nov. 2, 1836. • . Certijeatefrom the Rev. .S7igePr - ,Ptistsr, of - the Litthe-ratt Church.' -• itter:—Deur.Sir.l. deent it my ditty to' inform yoti that I consider Gatiegant's Bal.r.ttu of Health, prepared by . you, a suCrior medicine. 'wife - has long been in a_tlelicate state - of health, and of-course no -means were left' untried of which ve_ could - bear; myself' opposed to nostrums andvatent neierthefess consented to purchase a bottle of your Balsam of Henlth;nrl do hereby cer,.. tify-that - Nirs Shaeffer derived more-benefit...from the use , of;it than any• other medicine: - My opinion is that if a cure can be effected, ns regards the disease you-'mention, your it used-ist the first stage of the disease. • Frederick, Aug. :23,1886 F. S. fused tlic Balsam in my own family . and ad ministered it to sonic indigent person.: and lily found it ItITIOBt efficacious verinifuge. • For Sale by 'SAMUEL FILLIOTT: -HClirl isle, December 25,-183g:7-Iy. The :Counter-Teiters. He mast be a miserable villain,irideed, wlio would place the. lifee a fellow being in danger, for ther4ose — of making vio- TO HONEST . . What 10 DrUggists prove by making and Counterfeit Pint purporting. to be ritEttlrethls-lregelabig-lkiri-- versalPiHs ; 18€.—That illey are without-1'07..1 . E5? and 1401:0 1 11A- Itcx.vrineilde. , -, - -•• • • •• • • 2(4—That no other medicine h required . by the public ;--or why d'o• not these druggists countet•feit other pills in the same way they:do Brandreth's?— SinNly because•no others save Braudreth's Vcgelnble Universal 'Pills ever Wetted the extraordinary Cores That these Pills are knoviti—utairsnas.l4.3rissown -to have elected. - - • •-• • There never was a person - who used ttur ---- % • - ._VEGETABLE ITNIVERBAL PILILS; -illiotdidliot-reccmnendilterri - irrierms - of -----;------theinost-unequiilled-praise.--------- X eve .tthelemcihese counterfeiting druggist have done &t are 4Qiuq the charicter of the Genuine a great deal ofinjuryi but It is hoped that individuals will not allow themselves to•be deceived by desiguingper sons, whose only object is' t.9plake money, and who are perfectly careless of consegeences: It isa matter of no importance to them whether !Ile Puck-child 13 -rescued froanli bed of sickness and Tegtered - to tee yearning arms of its parents, or whether Win' on whom a large tinnily rely solely upon , for support, it vented,froni filling All early and untinaely grave. 'fbe time inay come when the greatness_of their guilt shall become • clear to their benighted understandings, and then it is hoped they will endeavor to make some a mends by the•iifter purity s of their Eves. Every authorized agent has a copperplate certifi cate of agency, and has it exhibited in his store.' Ne ver purchase unless this is seen; and have some :re gard alio Oa the chanicten the agent bears among his fellow.citizem He must by a miserable villain who would plape the lifsieta fellow creature in danger for the:purpose of making Money. • Dr.'Brandreih's ()flees in Philadelphia. • Prineipai, No. 8. North Bth'Street. . • • -Minor office, No. 43, Chestnut Street, near 2d et. - itemember the above-officers are kept-exclusively for Elie sale of the,tru e and genuineßraiidreth'aPills. • The following persons are duly authorised .Agents fardie - county - of Caunberland,-in.the Stat_e sylvania, whim respective names are:- ,• .• . , ). - 8.-CbTVlEßTSON,'Shippentibigrr. . • .10111S1 1110PRE;'Newvie: No'ilniggiat, apothecary or: pedlar, is al— genuumßievaiiiretti's_YalsOlnAVAA4Y. circumstances Wbateyer::_ Also..CabSerVe. Whew yen. puecka of clip advertiged'Xgeute; tllni thy, have" certificate. ofagensy, signd and sealeillaY. me, r.. - • • . • B. BRANTIRETH,-M. D. : JCS:-8, Norto3th, Street, Plaikulelphi* • IRON :AND AILS. ' mirg iubsaiitki;.on' behalEorfriineell raid. C.' W. MORGAN, offOrskti„inda attlitipanonnon Trots Works, squareiicasnif and Rai. - rolibil iron„ lions shoe and. scalloks•innri l • Aksisodit:ing,:rods. ,N9s-Anit Orden - adilressidqa Clark's.Feiry,Airiy cOullti; pupptaally at*nded , • -W:t:T/S#F 4ll :-' • „ 'N. Wanted—Awo Marak..7, 1839..;•-••6Tr. • [Harrisburg I'elegitipli;} . , • ' WVITENT B HOULD4RS' :1104ret :4 4, !We n c j acii fo,r , .IFgravariting4l - nd" COMMISSION..BOUSE - : c r . o 7 ;r4 O : t ip alumna!? 4• :IPLIBAL4*G9 Carlisle, Cum berlafiil •County, - have rely erected a Ware Hotese:on the' • t . .Ti; 0. , 4;1) . " . . .gt the West- end of, Ingle Street s direcilll Op/ ogile 7oher, y_t,'Ky .. .enti 0.771 time* Ile aitd Forword dileri•hanitize - and, Prodttce ' • • 91413) YE111.1411:10 TEt 3 47_ -• and all intermediate Plain.. • Having:placed CARti oit the road whieh w:11 mat regularlyltetWeon Carlisle and Philo delphia,liy wbieh GOODS AND PRODUCE of nil' descriptions 1011 be fortarded with care and desilatt& • . GOODS will' be received at tliiilYarehotre 0f,10.. SF:PII. S. EL . o: cOrtiar Drelll and Tine Streets, Philadelphia, and to Cif LISLE, CEIAMBEIISI3(7IIG, and , :ill itt&.it.%;• !Luz _ N. fi..T/teg purchase- Grain, rou, niv. coiaary .Produce, and keeycondantly an lo•id ants or - sale Coal, Plaster and dull • • • - ibOMTEIMcgI - ON *#' _• wAttwirDzem, 7 1.71r - o — ati Street, Philcidelphia. TlM,undersi,,omed respectfully inforiris thecithens of... Franklin and .Cumberland that he has opened a WAREHOUSE - in Rrisid Street, next door .nbovellroad street Hotel, fondle saleof .all.kinds of. .Conntry'Yrodoce - iand - respectfully - solicits --- ronsign- - picots. . • -,• . . Prom I ipin his general atiutance ' Siness, amt - the exercise of his boat efforts orts to - promote the interest - ofilitecustomers, -- hollatters hionselftliat be'able to render t;cneral satisfaction. JACOB BERLIN.. „,. • • Phitade Ain May, 1838. • ' • • REFERENt'Eg. - Philip ..I.lcrliit,•Chambersburg. • -David Halton, .&q; ? sp . - • Tsq3 sp. -."g• Swoyer, - Egmliteirville.7 • .• Sahel-..lksanfler, 1 . -W.- M. licndersoh, .Esq. s_ a : r . 7'.1 - aeoblluppi " • • llarrisbutg., W..-4-Layirg, En. • •. - • •• ---• •• •• ,•-• ...• • GENIZAL CONTill[:::::ION AND - . 51 p . r I 7 1 4 N • FORWARDING IyiERCHANTS E4:4 . Centrallilac - AF, 4 Broad 81.Plithatelplita; Are prepared to Tegive and eireet salea arany--Ero. doer, .Provilribns, or erelian dite, -whiek-may sca r to .• brtul Advances be made, when requited; 'sales are effected; to b& fur_warded MI Road' of.: Canal, 11Zstined 'West, will receive qttention. --- • • • - -• 'ltobert Flemidg; • . . Catherwood & Craig, - . SqmlierSinyth, . Wm. It. l'immpson 8: pi. • Johnston-8c- Tingley, 'Samuel ltispham,; • , J. - 1. - .6"un Smith, Esq. Ca* 'ell — Chamberaburgi Pa. RitigSz Holmes ; - ") d Kings, Rigby & Anderson, py iestu . r3 , , Al:testi:me & Kehlvs, Edward-G. Fail,' &r. Co. • Sterling, Wade. el Beebe, . Ipew y ork : Samuel 31'Allister ei Co. Will nurcCrooke & Co. 3.Produce let at the Wlnrehonses or henry is, tarlisle,Owen - .lll'Cabe, flarrisharg, or E f 'ys, utz & Co., -Chambershurg-, for us; shall receive d attention.• • I a - ctel ph I a, Dec:A 0;1 I ii until by Ili flout F. D. SIIAr.I'VED 11.110.1( Wl', II rrom ORO . .11 , tit , Line of "'m a ight Cr • • Nita r a . ta-Alal..3116:1 1- 311/120 PHILADELVIILA. TILE Subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfitl ly nerpinirps his friends and the public, that he has put into . operatitticTilai - Thlitn Lauclint.Wik --- Cb= '-.- lumbici • ' AU . sO" ithd ' a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which will run ino tarty between' Harrisburg and Philadelphia, by which Goods owl Prioluee ofall . deseriptiths forwar dcd with care and despatch, at did titres& rates of freight • Goode;-ill received at thelirarelicluswo6THOS. J.'MAXW N. E.' corner of, Besatid,.,:gtd Vine streets,.lldladelphia,. and' forwarded to 'Harrisburg; ' lisle,jarambersburg,__nud Antenuediate.. places, by the subscriber. , OWEN M'CADE. Norristown. • Feb. 5, VW. - laud. Cash paid for. almost all kinds of country pro duce. Canal :and Rail Road Trails. , • WEAVEEr . A.NI)4I.I[I4IOER . AVINGI puroiduseil "kabob's decifed line • o _ ;Union Caual limits, and built a large number o new l i t ilread cars,arettilly prepared id carry freight fromPhiladt:lphia to liarrislourg;Carliale, shiPP'east,flArg,'Cliambersburg, arid 'air imam - MU - Me. places as up: did Susquehanna and Juniata oanals,.either by 'canal or .rai! road. • • • Their boats will leardthe'Muehouse of Harradan. .E.l' Hays, Vine_street.wharf,Sclitiyikill,Philadeph , 'daily; and the oars - trill also eta - it - ally' from • the warehouse •of Poi Si Curran, Broad. above Race Bt., -philadelphia r wheremerohruits and otheractirdartling gOada will plenie:Call. • They also continue tereseife at their Warehouse _arl feyward:irithlhe utmost despatch o alldeseriptious freight - WI - My polnt - on - theintblio4nProsernents. -- : _illarrisburgi„Marehlb,-1.839. ' • . • .Thbrough-bred Horse, "PETER PARLEY, --2. _.2. . . . • s.tilk . • VlTlL.Tisttuill' the inning seasori in Car V terms set fortain'the hand , • . • •Pant.i.r is'•et:ttle•verrfirist racing' blood.: He was got bP"Oaratn . ;n his dam "Biros: WiurEs,” •viastij• the celebrated 0 13MAncur,1"--his grand dam' liy."Bettiomis" , his 'great Wand dam by'"lDAnx Ds • vritr Ids great'great wind, dam bp 4 l.iatremmiran," his grmt grestgreat grand' dam bi Syrtis' eWitoan." ...(iThe:stboveipedigice is anthentm 43 "till be seen • - a' refereuee to Ihe American yuceßegisler; - .• _•;•._ForSurtltezleoAlcularrapply ro _ • ••• • JOSEPH(' PEES • ~ Eiiiistb,AtiriPPOSS9o4-11na: • el ARDEN - seed' it ,U 1 their ' variety ( amok wino,, Ottlioest ettoliinbee 'chide) a' ani4l lot of flower !le:edsUr. be bit 4 atititi 81e re JOILN GRAY;ll.4ent ctuitAstuastutzmumca,, INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL. _ SOUTH 'FOMITII::STIitteTI PiliTLAbbi,Vl1 4 0, _R ' • - 4- • VIP F43PtTFULLY informs , his itienihuand the that he' has reritoMtl from the Western Hdtel in Market street, tothutlargeand•commodious °IMO form. , rtitepthy-IVir,B,Dtike i -sign-ofThe . - INDIAN.QUIREN. Thia hotel - is -situated' 'in 'South Fourth street, be tween Marketxurd liestriatitreets s in the very centre of the, business part ofithe city,ernll wO/1 therefore be • found very colegmient , for , raerehmAs itnitJusinpis. men generally. The buildings havelicenihoreegrDand.soMpleten. and ly repaired by the subsOriber, m no expense has been spared in liminging, and , furnishing the rooms so as to promotethe comfort iu, i ilcotriciiience of those who may favor the house. with their austoni; , -" . Gentlemen travelling with their families 'can have private parlors furnished in. the . best manlier with -chambers-attached-to- them, where- they can- enjoy privacy. and seclusion,- or the companionship of their friar:Lis, mi . irrty be most desirable. ' ..The B,tllt .and CELLARS have been_ provided with the,hest LlQUOlifil and tke choicest WIN ;S 0 4,1 every description:,' The TABLE will .nKall timea be supplied_will'. every deliwtoy which' the season .and market can af, ford, and every exertion made to please the palate of for tustorlors. , • The - BEADING ROOMS are well supplied with the leading joornnts of different cities, as well ea with a ~r ent vartetrofthe country journefs of the State.' The, SERVANTS will he found' caref,.. l .... and trust worthy. .. Atte el led to the hotel are extensiveveri STABLES; colitulated to oCoonimottate, on e hundred horses; and imam the e - superintendence of careful and attentive. hinders. ' .. -11. returns his • sincere 'acknowledgements for the very_liberaVencouragement heretofore_xeceived, that he can furnish hiagu . ests with litre which will lose nothing by a comparison with other Houses, and that. his appartmenis, and their furniture, are fully equal to-Those-of nny other.hotel in the' city,-he respectfully solicits a further. sham of. Oldie mitronage. . • _ -=-I'ldladelfddic:7Votentber'l3oB3l— Coutpimitd 'xiract . Tomato. -THE CELEBRATED'. SUBSTITUTE FOR- ' • CALOMI 1.4 , - 1 T is'well knoyn that the Yellow. Tomato contains. abundantly a cathartic principle, highly useful in Jaundice SIZI other bilious diseases.- Dr. Miles has. succeeded. in extracting this,principle, - SeNtrating from the impurities of theTomAto, and formingit into . w pill,hich has proved to be of great bene fi t In Dys-_ pepsia,Liver Complaint and Bilious affections gene rally, and is a valuableisubititute for calomel, n all such divea , ses; . • • • It. should always be taken inthese affections, instead of Calomel,„,The_ one, calomel, - heing injurious' to health. The, other, tomato; - being. beneficial, and a proniTileFOT generarlfealtli: - - The following letter; recently.received from Dr. S. W. linrext ea , a graduate of the .Cincinnati College, I ish - speeimen of the success °four niedi. tine in .those Countries where_ditieases are acute; and 4 - 11SUMC thiir vroirst form.- - ' - - - - lir. I/aukins becarde acquainted-with - the medicine whilst a student in colkle,and took 'with hieka quan tity.of it to use in his practice, on.. his return to hlis 7 —-• • • We Int — tereceiVeiltither.letters frofirlirn, sing leis regret that Iw has not been able to procure a supply in that country, and also giving-us an account of his slicers* in the treatment . - Affer .alludhig tolhitowit_sie lt ness, he_proceeds to. any -",Sinee My-practice-has opend,-I-have-hail-army-i 9portimities-of trying your Extract . of Tomato, and in every administration; have been gratified by its_ operation. I-find it sent upon the,kidneys,.us well as l 'the liver. Sonnrafter-17 got tutlid& - place, Lwas 1 to see a-youpgg. gentleman labbring under Nephritis. adniiiiistered a - potion of your Extract, and repeated • tie BP me, using but little elseasan-apperient. Abu* cases of long-continued Chills affill'ever, I have found` to relinquish their citadel by it.continued one ofyour pills. But; arrown:me'f - mu -cinripelled re say that of all ormiAsis in medicine, none have frail the same happy restorative tendency as yourr - TFinuto Fills. In their operation, I experienced no disagree able symptoms. -If was mild, yet effectual. Very truly yours, . . S. W. HA.NKtifS, 3f. D. - 0:I-The above medicine is (or sale at the Drug tore of-S. ELLIOTT, Carlisle,: Pa. •• March 27,18:19. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. rium subscribers have just received from theEnst,. .1 .n large .variety.of-Ciirtien See consisting in part, if the rolhAvisig, whisk will be sold at very low prices. Beans:—Frarly Yellow sic .s Means, iced %far roufat, Refugee or Thousand from one, White Mar rowfat Dwaq, Dun 'Coloured Dwarf, Sweet White Lima, ilotticultural or Poles .Bects.—Lon- , Blood, Turnip, Early Yellow. Cabbage.—Early York, Dwarf or Faris, Early York and Harvesti - Early - Bullocks - Heartifarly gar Loaf, Drum lkad, Red Dutch, Green Curled Su . Carrots.—Long Orange, Blond. • . Cucumbers.—Early Cluster, Early FrameXong Green Pickling.. 7 • , —CeIery., , ,White:SCIIikIIOSC_CDIQUAL Solid Fine Teninip Mated: Egg Pfqnt.—Whito • Ornamented, Purple Fine: . . ----..Letturd.-wEarly_aurled,„Lettuperisd,Sirgar, Loaf. - • • -- Nutmeg, Large Yellow Cantelope, Water. • Onions.—Yellow Skinned, Red Large,. White;• Straw Colored. , • ' Parsiep—Curled ' br Double, Parsley, Dwarf Cart- Pecan—Early_ Dware: or . sir wecks Peas, Early Frame, Fall Mariowild, Rhin Imperial. " Prpfier Growar-Xayenna -Rculishea;--Early.,Scarlet,-Stilmorr„RoseepTored'- yaite Turnip t Blank-4panialr. - . - Rhii6er - b -- .Mitir—'WgeigtitEo'yateror - Saltrafie. --- Squaah:--Eauly Bush, Summer Crookneok, Win-* ter Crookneek. • • Tumato.—Large Red, Large Yellow-. rtrruPer—Early Flat, Large White, Large En glish. Herbs.-Thyrrre.-., Sweet Marjory, Summer Savory, Lavender, Sage, Rosemblirry. •• - ' JOHN J. MYERS, & CO.' — Carlisle,Marili - 19,4839: • 1114117013 a aiittaut. . FIRE' 1 • CAPITAL $600,000'.. Tim,. North America Insurance" Company cr Olio:digit!: their:agency_ in•_Carlusle continue to Insure all kiadsofpropertragainst the risk of FIRE, such as Iftkists,lfousehold Ftirniturv, Stores,: JlStrchandise, Etc. at their : lowest rates of premium... • The whole expense of Insuring $lOOO worth of pro-- Veit , will only. cost from $4 to $5, dependiug upon its_ situatific,:iid,alDp_ohoies Cali be renewed" in*Caili46 without the expense•and trouble of sending:to the city.. - Application to.beAmtleeither*person.or_Byktter to . • JOHN J. MYERS. Carlisle, February 12, 1859:`,— , .3m. • _ : tL D irN LAP' D Ara • • Attorirey. .at Law, LtAs his office in South Hanover street, two doors south of the price recently occupied by the Hon. el .Hepburn, and nearly • oppoafie' to. Men's. (formerly Machirlinh's) Hotel. / • • carliale, - Ist April;lB39.—s • • • 'NOTIC110.; T.J... - 0 - ei•sofficiiiileuto - in any way.tdthe Boas of .1 - I.Gronus W. CRann, are requested call Mid" settle the same on Or hefiare the 15th of May, until .that time the . boolis may be found at the ace of the aubsotilieri in 'North Hanoveratree, opposite the store of Jacob " • • , •"' " • ' WILIIIIII BE PORTER, rai,ll39.—t. : • • 91 S• CII'EAPIFI.ArrS AND SflOESi* 'MOW subscriber desirous. of dtsposiog of his pre. ient stook of FIATS Ani SHOES, offers them Ottgreatly reduced pricee for cosh. A largliiiirtio4 Cif.the übove•stock wit' be sold ateiiiir, • . .' • GEOROWAIT:'IIITNEft: Olaf S: NEI • 3.1C0 . 1.141T0M 3314:111C,' • 'AND • _sifiriot WB_lol _;SVITU.I7IO.7I-; No 66 Soutliv , ith street PIiItADELPHIA. '•'• ‘‘. • CAPITAL $e51N000... Open4akly.for.the transaction of_bitsiness frail 44 . .M. to 5 P.-M. 'rptsdtes of montyreccived,for which the follow irate of Interest wane allowed: . ryeak• - - • • 6 per, cent. per annum. 4 months \ - - • — On'buslness tie!' treitA;lo'bd` di , Aivgi at the Illenoure of thet depositor, no interest will he.allowed. 'rent Notes of Solvent. Banks, in every pdrt of the U States will be received as Speeittl-liepositenTon 1111•3 - :terms as may- be agreed •On in -each pinlicular ease. • . . • " :By order of the Board, • J. I)ESSAl,•Caillier Philadelpl4; Des.'l7, . • 1 M 8t .'71.111,111) . • -SEEDS THE subseribers offer for sale Wholesale and.ffe tail; GARDEN SEEDS of there own, raising, wfr ranted fresh, and dl the best quality._ -- • ' I,lmpartetf-FrepOt. Sugar MANGOLD Wirßrikli. , lq A splendid , Variety' of ,FLOWI3II. I SEEDS. Also Prtiit ¢ Ornameittql tree * a, 47irubery, - 4T, of every description, Garden Seeds put in•papers by "the hundred or dozen,' for country storekeepers. . - All orders punctually attentledto.: , • • • D. St E. IVIAIrti,A,Y, , • • S'entstneli.,Nb. 5 'South Philadeglijda,. E I JSM GARDEN SEJM3S* IHAVE just rec6ired irnm Me. - Landretit, an exo tensive assortment of Garden Seeds, consisting of dpparagyan :Beet—Long ged,Early TurnitE, French Sugne... Ileana--Long Pod, - Ile(' Valentine, Chipa, White Kedlng„Cranberry, Carolida, Lima; ,llorocele or .Ifale. - • ' - ' .Cabbage—Earfir-.. York; Early ... Sugarloaf, Large York, Drumhead, Flat Dutch, Ited Dutch, Curled Sa 7oy. Cerrot--OrappisEirly liot n. - Cc:WOO-Ever. . ' • - -- Triiiiimben—LO ng Green; Earlii Frame, L'efery- - White Soild,.lled Solid. " • Crcia—Fine Curled'. • • l'lant—Long Furple, • . • .Endive--Curled. • 4 -lettuce—Early Curled,Grcen Cos,Early Cabhage; Brown-1/itch. - . .. • _ Afelop—Wafei, Natmeg r qtron, - . • JVimtur:i - '-. • . AnnnnL,Large.,eliow . nunr. . PeaB,-,--Extra f_4` wiy, Frarne,•Barly Charlton, Liu' a Mat!rowfat, Dwarf Murrowfat, Blue .hoperiaL 'PepPm---Large Svieet: ' - ••• 27 adielieto—LonkSa nioni Long acarleti•White Tar- , ip Red Yellow Turnips•— ithusar6;- . -S t Spinaeh—Rount Savoy, 'Prickly Heeded. - • — Squaah—Early Bush, Long Green..,- • 75irnip,—Bitrfy Flat, lfed Topped, Yellow Sweed --POrliinfwv_ • S..L E u(Sirr, __February /6, 1837. • •DR. I. C. I.oolfilig, -- itlenti - st. • ". • INTENDS residing permanently in Carlisle, and respectfaly 'offer his professional:services to the, citi2ens of the place and watnity. • ifeclinui taken rooms at COlonel Ferree's - Hotel, where_ he, may. he found at all hours. Persons-requesting it will he waited upon at their residences. • POTTLRE f Reference,— ) RFT. THURi Tnonrrotc.- 1 DR. WWOLESdIit.E • _ MANUFACTORY AND STORE'OR UMBRELLAS ifeIkAIRASOLSi ..YO.:st•; Xorth Third Street,betweeti .71Iarkei Fl'Jfrch Streets, Philadelphia. . TIIFI Subscribers be leave to state that 'they .liare on handomil now abr fOrlailo, at their store, a large and general assortment or_ _ . . --- 'sw :- 1 111aUlaatWatatUl • CP . rtodParasols, as prices quite ns cheap, and warranted to be equal iir material and.workuumship, to any inrin ugactured in this c ity. The patronage of COUNTRY . MERCHANTS is therefore respectfully solicited. • FISHER to SWAIN. 1 — PftiladaphinTreßTM - 61.19.. m.— .11— I .Estate of PETER.. BLOSER, Died: _OTlCRis.hereby_ghten,..tbatielters Testareeft. tory on the estate of.PIIfER,BLOSEIt, late of Frankford toWnship,Cumberland eounty,deceaseti t have been issued by the Register in and for the said county, to the subscribers, the executors appointed by the WILL of the said - Peter Bloser, deceased, who re side in„,the township of Frankford aibresaid 4 All persons haying claims or demands against the estate of the said:-decadent. nee yequested _to make' knowin the same rithout delay, and those' indebted tirmake payment.' . • ' DAVID a LOSER,-_- ...Erecinors — ol:Pciefillower; - dettastd::: - Aprg 9; 1939: , -6w, • ' REMOVAL. The subscrifier.returtis his thanks to his friends and' customers, for past fivers, and' respectfully informs the public that he has • removed his Soap and Candle zmutuktctory, a few doors west of the Volunteer -Office; in ChureliAller,wlierehe will constantly 'keep on hand'a supply or.Oandles, and' Stotp,which he wilf dispose of on •accommodating.terms, tb'all who. rosy favor,hitnwitktheir ettstoin. • . The highest price will be giyen for Tallow,' Soap. Fat and Ashes. ' • GEORGE REISDIPER. Carlisle; April ; 11,1839.—Zt. . ' • The Plaster'Mill t on Ponodc4iiinet creek one mile north.of tit . order to grind any quantity, on tile shortest notice; ant) on the pawl terra. There is a quantity of Plaster, for sale, at themill, where-plaster-will-always.bwkepti ready -ground—lt, will be disposed of at Carlisle. price, either for, cash, nitin ,cichange for sawlc!ge,l'ocust.timbey, maple dm ber-,bfack-oakbark, spanish oi-rock oakbatie,grain , . • ' • SAMUEL ALEXANDER. . CARLISLE; MitiCh 6 18,39 ' • `. . • • p will give the higheit price for BLA.. CM OAK IMETlceidwer delivered atcave mills, one. rnilonorth orCiirdial ,e Or safely piled up any where within 15 miles. It must be put up dry, free frcim mould, and Of a good, color--and be well secured from wet—lf the rose is shaved off;•I will paya fairrprico,fcir thework, and hawlthe --- :. '1 will also buy spanish, and: rocket& barliciwed plastering laths,-chairmakers stuff, stuff' for cabinet macre, and other turned stuflrare always onhantl. • ' SAMUEL ALEXANDER. , - ..iNtarch• 6;,, 1 839. • . • Estate of- WilTiain Duncan; deceased. ‘' • oases is. bereby given that letters or...4l4minis tration• on the estatp of WiNamDuttrait, late of Satliaitipterftininithip,Chniberlandimtintyillee'd.; have-this-day-been-issumL-tn thelaulkFiriber :who re;_ shies in ace !mid tewnship'otSoutheinpton. • All per='. sons claims ospdemandi against the.estamot the said 4ece4ent„; afthreiluested to:tnake known'the r same witheut delay and those. who 'are indebted to make pilintedito , . • , `• ALEX. P. KELSO, • ‘'. • Ailminktrator. March 4,9, 1539.-15:6W. • • PRffrifiTE: THE subscriber offers at private sale the: following valuable real estate: - No. 1. . R farm of first. rate. Limestone • Land, situate „in Etiekinion township; Cumberland county, - containing. ~ , - - 148 ACRES, STRICTMEASURE---L-._ 7 1 - C - good Log !Tome and Barn, a good .orehard, a well . or water and other improvements t • • „ No. 2.. R valuablefarm situate in. Toil • PeitriabOrough township; on the east of Palm's Tavern -tlie great-western turnpike passingthe-dooricontaining • . - • 180 ACRES, IVIORE OR LESSc.; - ofdoo Limestone land,. a good Log House , Orchard ant other improvements. • No. 3. JI farm of first rate Lim e estone Land,,coutnining. • - , •,. .;:, • : " 150 ACRES MORE .OR LE SS, - - in 'Westpennsborough - township, Rig Siring (tlutt, • comparable stream of I..iniestone.water, always, tilt! • same andnever *ireezing,not eilualled by .any sprmg in • the United States) passing on the western margin.-r•-: The improvements are a proportion of cleared land, an , Orchard, a first rate : • •• • FLOTIRIA'a • bzoelling Arouse, Barn and.Stablink,,Miltere Nonni Cooper shop f.s'c.',allnertrlymew and of the first or.derk this pioperty is two and half miles south of the Cumi, berland. Valley Rail Road, at the Newville depet, and holds out very flattering indueetnentit tO, 1.. and 2, will be sold 'as the property of the late. M'Pandtish,deo'd. prOper ty oytheanbscriber. _. • ' . • • • . • - J.KIIOIS-itiPER 4 ... Pig , Spring, "march 2,18.3D—tr.:,`l ,e village • . . Wee . ord and.Laneaster tiaminer and Herald, will vuldisli the above iii:weeks.raarkiwied and charge:this office. • • ,- '.' • . ' . , X 001 ) ZOPZI o 1 en ,F otiorie, J Culberton ti , t7t• Lindsey, . . . AV rented the 600 d Rope Woolen Factory, . " la situated - 4Milea west of Carlisle, on the Conotto-r gmnetCi - eelc, beg leav - e to inform the public Ulm by_ t h eir lang-c crienceand unremitting , attention.toEbu- - siness, are tetAreg to execute - all - orders - in:the line' fp of tlitirp" . canon:. 'Tltey.are prepared to mittutfacturit' CLO,IVITS, SATTIgITEIN'i FLANNELS, Bliknlielmi Carpets and Stockitt.Tarro , - - • aa M antaTi ato'' • • • •. FULLING`AND - ILOSEINI4, . • to in :die bCtitest . Manlier and at OM'. Customary prices. - ; —•' • • . • They will keet constantly, on ' hand .st _variety . Of I Cloths, satti netts; flanel,Stocking - which they' • will giveii) exchange for IVOQi Way fat; &e: - • .LCULDERTSON: still !continues to.eatTy" on the oil mill. Ho has constantly on hand,. oil .antfl rfical';itholesaleor _ , I _, • I • -Dissolution -Of P'arintiliiiip: • -.Tfie L partperahip heretofore existing.lietil'i'en Wm, AreMosul' and raitinormling under die him+ - - of PattowV Afaitiliktry, has been dissolyecl by-mu-7 fuur consent: All persons knowing themselve.sitto indebted,nre reqnested to cal and Ae.ttle with the ity• - dersigned. . 77774.±., McItINSTRY.• Centreville, April' 9, 11139.1 - ' ', • .11.9.1? NE S MSNU-- F.Wral? The undersiped liegs•leave . to iitfOrtn.lis friends and the public in _general,thart he . .:.sti.ll_continues carry on the above business at the ohl'stand of Patton & Afettinstry ; in• the village of Centreville, nearly opposite the tavern of Mr. lindrew G. Miller, where he will constantly have on hand an assortment or, . . ' • StddleB,. Bridles. ; and . Mimes.; t,wetlier•with air artieletrin , his line ofbusinessr Work made - urtp'otkler on the shortest: 'llO arks a eouthuntnco of puhlie patrolinge: Centreville, April 9, 1839.-3*.• RE - MO VA L.., THE: suliscoihen , begeleays: to infbrm his, r 1151.0- filen and 'the Oldie generally, that_ Ile has removed Ali store to the house lately-occupied by. Judge Hepburn, and formerly by. Mr. John Gioy, where he' , is now oixming• 14rge and extensive assortment..Of •Sp ing and.Siitikainer Goods, which•li willdispse Ce_at tticlowest , priccs.. Ifir a.*Era-con'nuincemf-public-Fitrona.•. • CHARLES ,BARNITZ:, .tiprii«, IS 9. • • \ . attli" - - - ' - • • . 0 UST . recei . vennitl'for safe a quantity ofiramily" FLOUR, n supply of which' willi3e, kept eon.% ktantly on hand, and•deliret•ed to.familialn any,pare of the tovn by :4ILURRAY.&• • 3iinuary 1, 18:19: , 1. - -31 OTIVEL • r plliOed -- the-liands-of4Acton_:_______ 7 -S e ttu ae tßE,- Es o, -for -;ettlementi, - Those likving claim* agibiif, - O - r - 01641 - 6 indelitiirto - said - , tletedent, - are' Are' re-- riposted to atllirrimedisitcly. for A. , AdvitH insB - tratri;T . rfactid: decedent.. Citrlislei April 9, J 839, ...3ra. _ A CARD: Dr. lIsTFDRIVIS his friends an+the public, that he haw ; resumed' the duties, of hiir.professioit, and will: give- hfs undivided attention to thd innetiee 'of several branch*; .1 • „ - . trHis oniee• is in *the stone di. use adjoinibg hit+ Drug Store,' and' one door from the Post (Milne. Carlisle, Feb. 27,189D.-3m. • ' • • VE.MCOV The subscriber; thankful foe past ; farku4,fespeetfully ;- informs his Mends, eustomors and the puhlie enerwl•••• ly,that hebas rernoyerl sTin,SheetirOe arid Ware - Mainifattoyt;frrthe building . thrniOrly, Occupied by R. D. Guthrie. eir. Son, in Nerth lthinover. street,. • smmediatelysippo'site John Cornman'alfotel,'Wheteher will be happy a all times to wail upori those Whb toffy • be-pleased to favor him with ri.eall. ; • • •-, - - • •JACOB •FRUR.RIr. Car~l . -.------- _ . • .• dric SON - 7 - THANKPUL'for past ' ' , Arlan? tuft (he citizens, Of. Carlisle the public.' generally, thw they-have removed their . GLOCK-AND;INATCI MAKING. ESTABLISI mENT, toNo. 9, HUM llow r where all work inda bus Mess :will i i romptly. attended to.:: Carlisle.; April 17;7..53,! Inutnerstitp beret eutis'eritters t _4idert 'JOHNSON, ,wati(lisatai 2d insti!nt. litease thet-boOks„lteconriis, notes, and to ritiorn , finjr,mentitt • ••-, • • • • Nrit.44.4. - 1.. N t ewritle, "," ••• • - • I N. }l.—The stitisceitier continues to do business,*(l!'.; usual st'the old stand ..• ' • • • .• 4 • • ' ,•31 . . • / .