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Loi for •
The subseribet. wishes to sell' lit l'ehate Sale,
• 1A Lot of .tki•O•111101
eitua . tedik the earner or North and Pitt 4veets, con-
Jailaino2o feel:each way ; it is a very desirable I.ot
Ot. bedding cin
Carlisle Nov. 25 1840.—tf:
Meru a es.
~.roir, v hAtie of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas
—.lol.jto":4lM-dirceted, issued . out -of _the_Court. of
itiomnion Pleas of the couritrof cifurib'erland; will
Is:expoaed to:Public:Sale, at:the Court-house in
—the borough of Carl isle, on Saturdity the 2Sday of
' 'January; 1840, at 10 o'clock, A. the following
described real estate, to wit: -
All the interest of Samuel Davidson in. two Lots
Ground, (beititthe undivided three-fifths) satiate
In the borough of - Newville, bounded by a lot of the
heirs of Robert Steel on the west, Cave Alleyon-the
north, Big Spring on the, east, and Main street on
- the south, containing . each ,60 • feet in" `breadth, and
120 feet in depth, having thereon erected a two story
Stone ll.Ouse, - a two story Frame Clouse, weather
, boarded; n Tan lfouse 'ran Yard and Bark House,
and' outer improvements.' Seized mid taken, in exe
Also, all the interest id-William Davidson"in two
Lots of Ground, (being the undivided ene-liftli)situ-:
• ate in the borough-of Newville, Cninberland county,
containing each 60 feet in breadth,
,and- lrld fret-in
depth, more or less; having thereon erected a two
. story Stone House, a' two story Frame Douse, a Thn
- and-Bark HoUse
. rut - other
provements, adjoining lots of the- heirs of Robert
Steel' on the west, Cave Alley on the north; Big
• Spring on the east, and Main street on thelsontn.
. Seized and taken in execution ea the property of
William Davidson, and to be sold by me, •
• . PAUL mAirrusr,
• Slieriff's Office, • .
Carlisle, Dec. 1, 1840. S
The two Story Stone House, oceupied.be the sub
-scriber'-on East street Carlisle, With the Lot 81
Ground-00 feet front-on--said street; and extending
250 feet back, to the Letart spring. There is a Stone
Stable; a Carriage House,,and a well of I . vater . on
the premises. The whole propeity is enclosed by a
substantial stone wall.. Forliirther particulars apply
to IL C. .HALL..
...Carlisle, Nov. 4,1840. '
N - 11
LE'rTERS-TESTAM-EN - TARY on the
Estate orJonas Buchwal ter,litte or Weittpenns
borough township, deceased; have •this day been
granted to tke'sabscrilier residing in Said township t
Notice is herchy given to all persons indebted to
said estate to poke immediiite ptlyment, slid those
haying chants - steinst said
,estate to present them
properly tiuthenticnted for 8 , 2 Wei - neut.
ISAAC LEFEVRE, Adm'r.
1840,40 .- - •
e* • ' .
- • -
3 • .
Those who know themselves to be h . :di:bled to
subscriber,the re respeA.fully requested to call and .
settle their accounts,betweeriLthisAtate and- the Ist
ofJanuarYll4l, as it is absolutely necessary that all
• outstanding accounts should be settled by that time.
The Hardware bt.siness is carried on as usual at the
TOldrStand, where the public aresreqMested call
for any - article in, the subscriber's line Of business. - '
' JACOB SENER.
. 01011 . 61 e, N0v.,25; 11340.-3 - mo: • . . •
Bab& of - Colithabta
. • • _..
iiritish* Consul's 0.14 ., 0;
NOW 'ALL- PERSONS to whom these press
cots shall come, that I, GIER FUT ROBERTSON,
ISIB . BSty'S Consul for 111(3-City of
Philadelphia, do hereby certify, That Robert Whar
ton, Escp. s who attests to the foregoing Certificates, is
Mayor of the City of Philadelphia; and dud Mat
thew Randall, Esq.,is Prothonotary of the Court of
Common Pleas for the city anti county of Philadel
. phia, to both u hose shvitures, with the ScalS of their
respective offices '
. full Midi and.credp is due.. . .
1 farther eertily, that tan personally acqunpaed
with ose p h LAnglis,one of the sigpt , rs of the certi
- fieatCSlßTOUlit.o adlisetl,Whichtexpresst the efficacy.
-- of - the Balm_toreplamliia,-and-- that-he is a- pCBSOIIq_
great respectability; and Worthy of full fnith and ere
: . (lit; and tha• f have heard him express his unqualili
-ed approbation of the effects of the said 11..1m of Co
Piven under 01 . 3 hand and seal of office; at the city
of Ploltiditiphia, Et the State of Pennsylvania, the
United States of America.
ROBERT WiIARIVON, Esq , late. Mayor of
'Philadelphia, has certified, as may be seen below, to
the high character of the following gentlemen: -
The undersigned do hereby certify that we have
_used.the.lialneol. Columbin..tliscovtra. by .J....01d-.
ridge, nail have foiniii it highly_ }4; ryi t.ble _not only
As a preventive again st the tilling off ahair,but also
a certain restorative.
THATCH Ell;Seni or,
.Methodist Minister in St. George charge •
No. 86 North Fifth at,
JOHN, P. INGLIS 331 Ardi st,
JOHN D. THOMAS; M. D. 163 llacd st
JOHN S. FUREY, 101 S;n•noe st. •
JOHN YARD, jr., P 23 Arch. Lt, • :
Thenged, andAhose %Kilo persist in wearing wigs,
may not always experience its restorative qualities,
yetlirwill - e - erviiiily7ralseitarirtueslirthe estimation
_of_ the publir,,,:when it is_kiiown that three of the a
bove signers are more than 50 years of age, atitl the
'others not less than .301. . •
[From the .Ifayer.]
I., tOiIIiIO.7SWEALTII OF PI:NNSYLVANI A,
Ckty l'hiladelphia: •
ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor of said city Of
Philitdellihia;do hereby, certify that I am well ac
quainted with Messrs. J. P. Inglis, John B. Furey,
and Hugh Mccurdy, Whoso-names are signed to the
above certificate, that they itre• gentlemen of, charac
ter and respectability, and ns.such full credit should.
be-given to the said Certificate; .•
- In witness whereof, I" have - hereunto7set. my hand;
[Ls] and causedthe seal ed' the eiU to be liffixeil,
the sixth day of Dec...mber, &e.
• . ROBERT IV HA RTON, Mayor.
ArILDRIDGES BALM OF .COLUMBIA FOR
11J1/ THE 'HAIR.—Its positive:qualities are as fol r
lowa . ,
'lst. Fon hifant's keeping the head free' from scurf
and Causing a luxuriant growth of hair. • -
.e.d.For ladies after child-birth, restoring the skin
ito.its usual strength and firmness, and preventing the
falling out of the hair. .
3d. For any person recovering from any debility,
same effect is produced. ,
If used in infancy till a good growth-is started,
it inay.he preserved, by attention to the latest period'
freeS the head from dandruff, strengthens'
the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circulation
and prevents the hair from changing colour or get-'
6th. It causes thilitur .to curl beautifully when
. done•up in it over night.
No Wins' toilet should ever be made without it..
71.1 i: Children who have, by any, means . cnotracted
vermin in the leadoire immediately and perfectly
, oured , o(theterby its use. -It is infallible.
r'ltrraleatthe3lrpg,store of „CoinStfick & Co: t
Fletcher street near -Pearliand in Carlisle by
.vensonlc'Dinkle.. [Me fp, t
Of 14,e ejilacy of .1)1. Barth:lt's Celebrated
Dear Sir. 4-4 was aifnoted with a bilious and ner
oclui disease to a very alarming degree, with all the,
tcymplionta yltich so frequently effect A a relaxed con=
dition, vitaliddiness in the „head; violent tremors,
with a fixed•pain in the right side, oom
pleglowbad; and costiveness; lindeed was in a most
misertdde condition. had tried maw: , opmedies,
but found no permanent relief until I had purchased
Dr, flailiOhlo Comp o und Strenidheningond German
Ap_erient Pills, which from their inverter virtues, 1
wacoompletely oured,codom able to pursue em
tifree fropain or disease. •
‘ .7 "'c l i t e l ed • ) ' BOLES.
Dated San a • Ohio June 7 1840. • •
Principat:offica for' the United States, No. 19.
North•Eiglttli street, Philadelphia.' •
• Also';for Myers* Co., Carlisle; and
Wm. Peal, Shippensburg,„Pa. [Dee. 2,1041.-41
I, 00 K 1. E, R E
iiow poi?. 13AiritrAti+if$,
• 'AT VII:
Are now opening nt. their Store • n large 'O'ntt
splendid assortment of • •
Fair and. _Winter ,
r 4 1 ' 1 1 (ti t ) V?
Which they will sell nestleh, prices as cannot' fail to'
salt • pureleisers; being detertnined to sell cheaper
then Can be -found - elsewhere in the state. • Their
ctack consisting in pert of the folpwingarticlesi viz:
Black, Blue, Bynum, Olive Green Invisible Green,
Olidierry, Steel-mixed, ce dude mixed
..` .Broad GlOths ..
Black, Blue, Striped, aUd Drab cassimeree; i3ln&
Green, Drab and , Steel-mixed . Casainets;•Prussian
Blanket and Alee ;- - li
ibo, Shawlsantlkerchiefsti - &e:7 --
• . Also a large assortment:of ...- . •
Domest ac Goo(19)
Queensware, :1-lardwpre, '- . Groce
• We Nv o I the• Mildic to' call and examine
our new awl cheap gbods,.and. if good goods; low
prices and exertion to please will have any cfrect, we
feel confident they williThet gb away without
leaving with tts a little of the Ready Rine. _
N. B.. Country ProduciVlill kinds will be taken
in exchange for Goods, at market price.
P. S. A reptn't has , been cireulated that we do not
intend ..to continue here longer than the ensuing
spring, we therefore would acquaint the public that
.we have leased the.tittoiii-14Sif, which we now occu
py; fur the teem of four 'yeah. May this check the
slanderous tongue of those wleVticient to devote all
their attention to such basel'and degraded acts. •
. . At a statetl Ctitirt,be
gnn and held onMonday the 9th daror, Nitvember,
fere the lion. Samuel Hepburn President, an John
,Stuart and John Lefecre Associate Judi.n4uor. the
had•to wit: • . • •
-Thm - the Petition ofJohn K...ll:nngstecker, admin 7
istrator of Henry Longueeker dectclt," respectfully
repyesenti iv; Mat
,your petitioner _was ttppoirileiVad
rainistratm'-of the estilte of the' said HenryLongneck
er dCetd._ _That he bas - filed Ins- administration ac
count and there is upon the settlement of said account
a balance overpaid ,by accountant $2118.911. There
-arc--no funds btilon.ing -to-Alte-estateexcept- the-4+-
cognizance entered into byJolin 14. Longnecker i for
farm taken by him of the valuation. lie therefore
prays the 'Court to grant a Wok oti the lieirs. to show
cause-why the amount melpaid by him should not
credited ee theG.a.htreftitzailmag... o 4ltelst April,
1840. • . • - •
.10th Note. 18.40,_1241e_grantedpersonal notice .to
be served on those in the county arid notice . ..tor be
given to those out of the.enunty by publication in two
newspapers in the enmity for Six - weeks, returnable
-Mille Januitry Court 1841. . By the Court. •
ititilberind Cbunty, ss. • . ' •** -
.0 , •l,WplisFoulk,Clerk of-the Orpbnat's
Court in lid for suit! county, do hereby'
4 1? • ,
certify the foregoiog.altrite copy of
*-- 4.-- Witne - ssinylutiolattil settf - ofsaid court
'* • 4 * . 1 " -at Carlisle, the tfith day of .N0r..1 810-
- • • - _ - -\V:FOULK, •''.. .
. . Cl'k: 0..C1:
No, 2, i845. -at
B A RG N S
. —Sontheimer Lindauer,
At their 'New Store in
. (73entreville, have just re
eeived 111111 fire now ouening_a very large and splentlic
assortment of Bittrisll, FRENCIL and DOMES
TIC _ _
which have been selected with much care in the cities
,or NEIN YORK and PIULAnELPHIA, and which
tkey,,respectfully. invite dui claiena of - Centiv - ville
and vicinity toriall and examine, ns they will be can=
bled to please, and sell decidedly cheaper than any
other establishment in thC4ounty. They will he
happy at all times to see cuslomers'who are desirous
or haviri g
Sew. Cheap and Good . _ Goods.
Among' their . stock will be rotted, Blue,Black,
Brown, Green,Olive, Cadet, Mulberry, Dahlia, Cit
ron, Claret, INifit Bratty and.tivariety of low priced.
Superior striped and pla,,in London and Buckskin
Cassimeres, preminiu and km priced Sattinetts; su
perior Silk, Satin, Velvet, Valeneia, Corded, Strip
ed, Figured •sind Plain Marseilles and Cassimere
- A-general-assortment of- alliptalitieg and
colors • of
'Fall and lit'Vnter Gbods.
suitable -for Gentlemen's wear. Superior Black
Italian Lutesteings, Gros Do Naps, Po-De Swas,
Gros De Swif, ' and SAnshaw Silks, Cludleys, Chint
zes, Jacconets,Cambrics; Bobbinetts, Plain and Fi
gured Swiss, and Book Muslins, Shawls, *Dresa
A is rge and excellent assortment of fine and low
priced Calicoes,_lrish,-Table ToWelling and Table
Diaper, , Crash Muslins, Tickings, 'Cheeks, Cords,
iierivortpeai, &a. general assortment of Leghorn
iind StrikW - Bolairts, Urnbrella - S,parlisols, 1 , ...,43.. 'Also,
an'cxtcusivb assortment ,of
Groceries and Queenswaret
orate mast approved Qualities .The public nre
speetfnlly invited to call and judge for themselveals
they are determined to sell 'cheap for - caskor - country
produce. TAVERN KEEPERS are e i espectftilly
invited to call, and examine their 'stock f Liquors
before purchasing elsewhere.
• Centreville, Cufn. Co., October 14, 18 .
and convenient house,. for many yei,.eccued_by
Christian Hurnrich, :tnd more recently by others, as a
TaPIRRX 1110 USE.
The house is remarkably well calculated .for enter
taining 13QARDERSj:there being three stair-ways,
and Fireplaces inmost of the rooms.. The situation
is very pleasant and desirable, being on the north
west corner. of Hanover and Loather streetti; while,
for conveniences, itexcels any other house in the bo r ,
rouglt - or Country. It possesses the unusual rolvanta
gas of 12 rooms on the first floor,
12. rooms on• the
second, and 4 rooms on the third floor. Two wells,
of water; (one at the front door 'on' Loather street,
with a pump therein; the other in the Yard at , the
kitchen,door;) a Cistern made to contain eighty-five
ho7sheathr. la :e and convenient Smbling; wit.h_car,
rine muse an a rasillsrge and excellent :garden
attached to the • buildings; besideitrnianliionventen.
cos not spCcified. - Far parilcularivnquire of, •
CHRISTIAN. H.UMIUOFI, .
DR. SWAYNE'S • ,
'Compound Syrup of Prnnus •Viigiideina or tri/d,
•-• Cherry, for Coughs, Colds,' A stlunas, Spitting of
Mond, Soreness of Throat, 'Whooping Cough, and
' all Diseases indiehtive of Consumption,
DELA.TS ,Attetiallotritrus.-r-So it is with those Whp`
neglect their Colds and COugh. 'At first yau Complain,
of having a' eold, whicli is . neglected; idler which a:
soreness, is' eliperienced An the Bionbbia with a
hacking coug,ll, and finally the' dischie seam 'open
tlte.lungs, whidithe patient will soon Perceive by a
wasting away Of.the: body; attended With hectic fe
.vera'and spitting upcif florid blood and twee ,from
ulcers on'the paiti,and Weight is Also.expe
iiepbed at the: affected, .part ;the , lungs; the func.
thins ot the anima eisimothigrowitinguid; the body '
becomes dry; the, eyes deep. into their cavities;
at length time patiagt pays debt:the: f ; nature, when
he nattering himself with: "the' hopes of .a
recovery. To obylate till ~ those3distressing
toms:spare no time ;n piecuideg :the aboye 'Crain*,
ble .inetlielne, at the: inky commencement of f,yeni .
colds tied coughs. whereby 'your henikmay be Se-
mired and time and money saved. '
For Cale ItYlby.. o.lyeri bt, Co', Carlisle; and
Win% Peal; ShiPpensburg Pa. • [Dec.
-7 r .',,,_lkt - .-::.A„,r,:**',.'kq' - 'r...:7:‘L4j**', - - -, ;i . ::4:j! . :' . ..;"_:::'#: - il: . - ttj:y*.io_ . - oo:: - 4:. - * - ',o:'t'
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- ' (5"4-:...' 411417-,.., . a".;,;-• ,_
,r,,,,-..,--....-_, -- .i..v.k0n , .. • s u---- '- -
• . "'Ma''''". -13.3.7 ^ Z..Z.V" '•. - -' i
. „. . .
FIE: undersigned have itirtned it co-partnership
T - - -
- under ihe.firm of J. I. 11: tz. G.-1V: BROWN,
. . ..... . .
for the purpose of transacting a General Commission
and Forwarding Ilustness." i ' . -_
We would give notice that weluive taken the spa
cious Fire.P_roof -brick-Wqrchouse,lsititatedow:_t le
•south'ivest•coi•Oct• of 'Broad and Vine streiits;wher
we are prepared to receive dad lbeward,-.lllereluin
dize, and receive and 'sell all kinds of country Pro.:
, 111;41:110WNvolFrnoldio - Co.
and of the late firm w„Mocurdys sr. prowl).
G.W. BROW N,of Ihigees I , ,erry , Va.
MeLanahan E.; Co; Cateh Cope
& Co; J. &.A. Wray; George Handy . b. - . Co; C.
Lancaster Co.--lle. N. W. Sample; Capt. John
Steele; S. Smith Patterson; J. B. Ferree.
Harrisburg.Thomasilanti Henry Buehler:.
. )11-eoille.—Willinmßarr. *.. . •
--- .l"Firoikii — t Co - - . .. George ChaMbers; David Fuller
ton; James Campbell; John M'llowell.
Pitisburg.--Murphy , Se Cliamberla in.
Washingtoli Co.—J. S. & 1). White. . .
Bedford Co:—.lhines Agnew. ' : •
flagerstownOld-Wm. M. Marsha. ..
Baler's Ferry, Va. 7 -G, B. Wager; E. Lucas,Jr.
- - Oet 28, 18 , 10,-.-6t . ,
WAIOLESA ILE & RETAIL
Copper; Sheet. .and , Tin Ware
--1/I.A.V-11 - IPACTOR.7;
The subicriherofFers for sale, at his hhop, in North
II an gver. street - rl i sle r next-dom=--to -Wm.-Leon
nr(l's store, (or will. manufacture at the shortest,no
tice) the following artireleS, wit: _
, rf dc.cripiions, • •-•
of mideh lie has on hand a large assortment, which
he-will seillower-than--everi-for-C441 , 11e -also of
fers for stile any quantity of Stove • ' '
... . lc - oohing Stoves
' . for wood an , l.coal ; all sorts of • :
ii Tio. - ; - a - p - Fe't - .Fiii - TriliW --
such as Wnsh.kettles, Dye..lickika L lisingt.lA Kettles,
Drums, Dripping Mild,' House SpOuthig;Wc.l fill'ot
which lie -will-sell on better terms thanAtsuaL
-- '.. rIBEL Kl''' ..
- Carlisle, Sept. '23, f8.10.-7!tf.
S iNG 'AJLAOHINES
With- impro yea
Pal en/ Ifforse'.4".eave'r.
ITE-great-encouragement=-herettifore-ree . eived
• - fromdthe !adj. - M . los Machines; induces•him4ceof
ler to:the public a new and improved Horse- Power ;
which can he shifted in gear or out of gear by keys,
;Ind shift Motu:And to give it five different revolutions.
And he has no hesitation in assuring the Farmersthat
he is now able to furnish them with Ali article fide su
periorr to those 'manufactured heretofore. For speed
and clean threshing and _case to the 'lonics, he be
lieves his machines lA-be unequalled.
Ills price is $l40 --seventy dollars to Ile paid cash,
and the balance in six mopths, for ,which a note wilt
ho required with interest. Any person purchasing 41
machine and upon a trial, not being pleased, can
return it. :Ile will at , all times be reedy to fiwnish
them on the, shortest notice; orders . Irom . :i d distance
will be punctually attended to. Ile will also repair
machines on the shortest notice. •
Isreit - ville;;Tfiry 29; I Fgo.-4.4. •
4171 - FEREAS the-CarlisSle-Saving- Fund -Society,-
iJill expire" in - 1843. :-Notice is- hereby given,
agreeably to the constitution and laws Of Pennsylva
nia, that the stockholders of said institution intend
applying to the mesa Legislature of the Common
wealth for a renewal of charter, change of name, style
and title to "Cumberland Valley Bank," , increase of
vitsitishwisrgesteral - tliseountinr - ant.Fbanking - pri
leges,all under such restrictions as the Legislature
may direct.• The above institulion to .he' co:affirmed
its Carlisle, Ps. '
Variety Store, &e.
41HE subscribet., - thankful fur -past favors, respect
-1 fully informs the public that. he still continues
to "hold forlo in Church Allev r near "Education
Hall," where he has now op hand a large nssortment
notions, consisting in part, of the following: , Bread,
Cakes, Cheese, Bncon,qlams, Flour, Soap, Cider;
- Spide - ii;Fi'iiit - 97 - Sivet - tmentic - und - other - netcssaries .
dilculated for this meredian.
• N. BB& also continues to kTepTtorEating - Houso;
where gentlenten.can be accommodated with Tripe,
Pigs Feet, Pickled Oystdrs,Stc-nithe shortest notice.
• JACOB. SIEG.
• Sept. 9, 1840:-1 year. •
CASH Will-be-paid for FIVE THOUSAND bar
rels,of Flour; TEN THOUSAND bushels of Wheat;
TEN'' THOUSAND—bushels of Rye, and TEN
THOUSAND bushels of Corn, by the subscriber;
who pan at all times be found at his Ware=house on
the canal betweenWalnu(and Stnte streets.
• , OWEN IVICTABE.
Ilarrisbarg, AOM 1; 18.16.••• - tf - • ,
-- • EDGE TOOL • -•••-
• -ausialitalasuicoazi' •
The subscriber hereby informs the citizens of Car
ancrthe public generally, that he has taken the
.shOp nearly oppo site the Jail, where die will be-pre=
pared to maul dare to order,.on the moicreasona
ble terms, anysa \ ticle in his line of business, such as .
• Aies,\•(tlill Picks, &c.
He will alio attend \ to Steeling and Giinding Axes.
He solicits a share of public patronage.
• ' •JOHN HARRIS.
Carlisle, Nov. 5, 1840.=
DR. PARIS' SOOTHING' SYRUP.
HOS many thousands of Little Children die. annually
from the ejects of. Pron.. acted Dentition.
It requires - no argument to convince you that all
"Little Children" itlifer, sooner or later from the ef
fects of Teething, wide!) their kind.protectorsinay
lessness, sudden fits of cryinfretftil, feverish, and.
Sleeps but-little, thrust:Lite fingera into ICS inonth and
bites, thereby seemtg to obtain relief, frequently at
tended with cough,ediffieulty of breathing; bowel
comploint, inflammation of the eves; and sores be
hind the ears, convulsions, kis.: Those who have the
carti!of these." tittle once" shoifid never -be '.Witlioitt
"Dr. Parie.Celebrated American Soothing Syrup,"
for Children Cutting Teeth, by which ;they catipit=
vent many alarming itymptommthjob Often prove fa.:
". Thousands Of mothers' and nut Sea can testify to the
immediate efrects, of this invaluable Syrup, when RP'.
pliedlo Cite gums. ieu child wakes with pain in its
gums, ,the 'Syuii.
~when. applied, gives immediate
ease, oopemng,the pores't and healing ,the gunis,
thus Keventing.bonveisions, Br.o. to , the happiness
and enjoyment. of their kintl p - rotcetors.
;Remember; alLtbegenuine Medicine; expresses
this on Philadelphia where
this Medicine-On:be obtained, is tit the.llledical Of
lice, '10.19 Iklbrth Eight4„atreet, and advertised A
gents the'Cotintry. , • .1, •
For sale by:De. 5t .. 004 C 800 4 1 6 ,0
Shiplientiburg, Pa., ,‘
xp - sT
n u ~- t-,.q.d,i. , Orazil lettii A iciari f
Copperas,he'i t e;llli n'l7'''''Yt
iiori' itridActdOtkiat‘e o:sltti9lorrie'l the
abote wil.be sold tooT ' Cas h;b -- -
„ . ' ~ - - S.• ELLICiri:, 11
J .Ive - iv Luie.of rrei-0 4 - 1 et-g!'s;
'PEW subscriber, grateful for past forors,respeetful
ly acquaints his Mends nhd the 'While, that helms pput
into operation on the•llarrishurg, j.anraster-St. .Co
, Itnnbia • .
a line of new7DOUBLE.CARS, which will rtin regu
larly hetWeen Harrisburg and ,Philadelphia, by which ;
.Goods and Produce of all descriptions will holorwar
ded with care and 'despatch, at -the loweit rates of
freight: 7 .
Goods will be received at the Warenouse of -THOS.
J. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of Broad and Ville
streets 'Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg,
Carlisle, Chambersburg, and intermediate places,
by the subscriber OWEN AVCABE.
11 MIA Minty; Feb. 5, I SW: • -
• OtrFISII; SALT Alq.) PLASTER, constantly on
hand. Cash paid for almost all - kinds of cotintry pro
duce. • • .
Meehantesbneg • Line
7 0 :4 .
Betweeit alleelataic.slatrg atal
Philatielphik or- Baltimore..
[BY BAIL lefilD OW CRAWL]
%nit subscribers grateful for past favors,
.-u-• beg-leave to inform their friends and the public
generally,:that they still ,continue to run a line of
btirthen Cars regularly between Mechanicsborg and
Philadelphia Or Baltimore, by which•good4and pro
duce of all descriptions will be forwarded
and despatch at the lowestratee of freight._
-Produce will be-received , at.' their - Ware Houses
in Afechaidesburgi and forwarded to - either Odin- ,
dolphin or Baltimore, according to the Aireetion of
DRESTIACII & .311ETLY:
N:11. — Plasiertif Paris aiiirSalf always - kept on
band, and for sale at the lowest prices. • '
July 29, 1840.---ly. •
- . .
LADIES AND- GENTLEMEN,--DO 3-`ou wish elegant,
luxuriant and beautiful hair? I know-you wildanswer
_ yes. hear, for one moment , the cause Of its loss, why
• . . • it turns gray, rusty and coarse, luirsh Haul -unpleasan
_.. i .
Craig ) ; Belips of Co. • . in its appearance, and finally fulls off Eat:lC - hair has
.- '. . a root in the skin, and is itself ahollow tube, through
r ."1:S. klW . e s . ija -, . , i , ~ i _
sah tit tlict • e s a constant circulation: of fine blood.—
. i .-.r. ..*..1:4_-. ia- /IT , Bythis.eirculation the hair is nourished and held
.---, '. • fatt its glossy colour is 'given and preserved and it is
• coYe ! 'red - with the fi nest-oil-,--Now-any thing -whichin-.
- ING.MERCHANTS, ' • • jures thitWin Of the head, or - diverts or takes away
_Have yemovekto the capacious Warehouse recently the blood from it, will prevent or impede the.eircula
occitlfred by 1): Leeeli & Co. at the north-westoorner thin through the tubes of the hair, stop- ita growth ) ,
of Cjicrry and Proad street;Pdladelpbip,:
_it to falioffurtaritgray,.orbuth,_llcnee
r- From the Meilities which the lot and internal it is that any cause that obstructs or WCakels the tir-'
arrangement of, this 'depot afford,_3o to 40 Iliirtlia ctilatiori of blooirthrough the skid, of tlial diverts the
- Cars calidae accommodated to unload and-loathat-the___bhiodtccotheeipartslfrthe_systent, will take away the
,saine time with sufficient room to store 20,000 barrels lively, fresh and youthful appearance of. the hair ' 'ar
of Flow, and 400 to WO. ton Of Grain.exelUsive or the rest its Growth; - turn it gray sot:mot-or later;`suid - in
forwarding' department. - - 1 thousandoafinstances cause premature4lldness.
' Produee of every, descriptioti will be -received as I • .-- Forsale by • - - •. • -- - • -
usual on consignments, and liberal advances made - OH I . - ' ' S. ELLIOTT I ond .
-reeeipt - (if required) until-Sides are effected: - • ' • .STF4VF;N_SGS 84 - PINK LE-,
_ CRAIG, lIELLAS & Co. -a. - . ,Corliileipa.
, • - • -'North-west corner ofClimy 8,: - . Broad at.
• ' lihibillelphia,
4BEL KE EAT Y.,
IMPORTANT TO MILLERS &
-- • -
110 - tod's niproed -- Water
TIE Subscriber having, purchased of the original
Patentee the right ot the abose Water Wheel
for the-stateof retinsyl vaninrwithlispose-of-indiriid
nal rights or counties on advantageous terms. This.
water wheel has been fully tested and-proved.to be so
far superior to any kind in its rover of propelling
machinery, having A greater force than any other
wheels iit proportion - to the quantity et water applied.
It is calculated to be more particularly useful at
.mills,havinefrom - two - to - eight, -feet. head-and-fall,
, and to greatly obviate the inconveniences experienc
ed from back water. It is considered by those hav
ing Wein in use as one Of the moat important improve
ments thathas ever been introduced for its simplici
•ty-,-strength; steadiness'olinotion and - durability:: It
is constructed altogether of iron and not so expen s ive
to make as an undershot, and operating with about
half the water and not liable to be" obstructed by ice
in the winter. The subicriber will devote his atten
tion to calls for these wheels at such places as may
MICHAEL M'MATH, Harrisburg.
JOHN J. MYERS.
Patent Cast Iron Direct Action Water Wheels, in
place - Of a Irenc - acTa - Wheel , - that - the Direet Wheel
does not flood the tail race ns much by three inches
as the-reaction-did f and that I can grind seven bush
eta wit-the- direct- , notion-wheel- an-boUr i -and- drive
two tun of stones, where I could not grind four Ukiah
era in the same time, with the reaction and drive one
run of stones. PETER FAHNESTOCK.
lowa'', May 5, 1858. -
This may certify-, lima have been engaged ,in put 7
ling in S. B. Howd'd cast iron direct 'action water
wheel, both in the State, of New York and in Michi
gan, and can give it as my decided, opinion that with
8 feet bead or under, rightly put hi, it will do more
business with The same water than any other water
- wheanlich I have4et had any experience in, and iu
reference to bacKviater, is second-Lest t - o none mat
hive' yet tried. lii reference to guarding against ice,
„there can be no better operatioo, and it is very easy
to. be kept in repair.
STEHEN AILES, Afithuttitt.
Alloway, Sept. 9, 1839.
• This may certify that I have had nmy Mill one of
Mr. Honsrs direct water wheels for the space of one
year. It afiy,efeet wheel, - nod have had a re
.action itilhe same plac . e—l haiellso had Wheeler's
Mick : Wheel, yet I thmk Mr. Howd's will do more
husineiNith less water - than any other J hive tried.
It does well in heck water. I hate had from s'to ' 6
.feet head.' I think we. could do as much .work with
half the water as we used to do with -the undershoot
wheel, which has also been in operation in rhY'nvill.
Lyons; Sept. 3,1858.
-- Tliiii - WeeTtiff,llfifitiie — hrie — uTed" one ofTS'.
nosid's patent water Wheels since I)etember last,by
the side of a k r -a c t ion . wheel, end we think that
Howd's will do double the business with the same
water, that the re-action will do, or very Kent.: We
never have but three feet head,' and can grind with
that-.eight bushel per. hour . „..._. We are sullied to back
water. This wheel will do as good business under
baek-water as the re-netionond -we recommendit; to
the attation and patronage of the nnblie.
. - . MILES S. 14Agti.
WM. W. BERGSTRESSER, ie
agent for the above mentioned water .Wheel in the
counties of Dauphin,tumberland and York, and will
at al Lti ines - be ready to attend. to their sale and eree
tion, at the shortest • notice, by . :addressing him at
Shephordstowii, Cturiberland• County; Pa. • •
• April 8, 1840, 17
DR.: C. LOOMIS .
InI AS ratux nod heretofore,
attend to the. preetic. of Dentistxv. may
be.ound At- Colopei Forreofx HOtel. • Persons re
;4uesting it, will be waited lipon at their relidedce.
• • REFERENCES.
Cobeln ' Ca.thien • . ,
Saumlorson Sc Boaserman,
Jecob Swover, Xeurville. •
Das Nevin, Shiepensburg.
J. Logim Smith, hsq.- Chshier2 chamberarng
Eyster, Hut,z Sr. Co; 5
Catherwood - St Craig, iskr„d o rph ia.
\Vm. R. Thompson at Co.
Whitait & Brown,
. . . .
„, . ,
-- entat 1 : . : • -
- Surge ry
THE, SUBSCRIBER". respectfully tenders -.his
grateful acknowledgments to the. public, ferthe
very liberal shard of patronage he has received dile,
- ing thepastyear, and would still continue to offer.
them his professional services M. their various braar
ekes at his residence, No. 7, HarPer'a Row. :He files,
cleanses, and ,plugs teeth, and inserts incorruptible
: tarOr rrictralio artificial teeth in the 'most approved
manner. Charges al ways moderate. . . '
• - . • I. tr." - NEF.I7M - D.
Carlisle, March V.5,180. - tf. •
Atm- Hardware, Grocery, A'
-•.. . , .
EIE subscriber has just returned from
-A- the Chile's of New York; Philadelphia and Bal
timore, and is , now-opening at his
.store room S. E.
Corner of Market Square and Maim - Streets (for
merly Occupied' by
,Geo. \V. Hitner,)' a . general as
sortment of . ' -
Hariiware, Slone Warp, . cedar . Ware,
Arillanici Ware, .
' painli,l'arnishes,-lassi-Brush- - :--
• es, Whips, Canes . ,' Lamps for
. .: :- • burning . Camphine Oil,
. - .
and great variety of articles useful and necessary
for furnishing and keeping a house. lie - litisalso,mid
will constantly keep. on hand • . • • •.•
amphme Oil, .
a cheap and - elegant substitute for sperm oil, and
having.been appointed the agent oF Messrs. Backers
and Brother of Newid.k. N. J., for the sale of Jone's
Patent Lamps in, this county, lie is prepared to fur
bish Lamps and Oil, at a
,Very ;reasonable rate to-all
who may wish to use this new and economical light.
Having selected his goods himself, and made his
purchaies for cash, he is able, and' is determined to
Those having the cash to lily out will fitalt to their
advantage to give him a call:
Carlisle, July 8,1840.---tf. , 1 ,
- jaynee"Hair -Tonic, - - _
For the-growth, preservation and restoration of the
. hair. This is an excellent article, and has, in, tin-
I--'-'merouslnstanem - prod heed a-finc growth- of-hair.
on the heads of persons who hat] been bald for re 4111.1.
. .ofde: === W'e - rall - the attention , of-those-af
flicted-with prernature baldness. to the excellent flair
Tonie prepared by Dr. Jayne of this city:. --Moving
used it ourseffin,.we can speak of its by . expe
rience, and we unhesitatingly pronounce it an 'oyster , •
able remedy to prevent the falling offof the hair,and
to restore it from a dead, to n fine, healthy appear
ance. • We can also speak from personal knowledge
.of the cases of two or three friends who were predis
posedio baldness, who by the use of JaYne's Hair
Tonic, have now luxuriant hair. ,We have no dispo
sition to puff, indiscriminately all kinds of remedies
for all diseases which flesh is . heir to, but when we
have tested the virtue of an article, we are free to say
it is 'good,---Saturday Evening Post.
.jayite's Hair Tonie.--;-We have, heretofore, num
-bered ourselyesomo4those Who_ believed
prepared by was noe_of the.
many quack nostrums whose virtues are TlCVesecil
beyond the fulsome puffs of their authOrs. We are
willing, at length, to make publie acknoWledgment of
the error of-our belief. l ---An intimate friend,some two
Or three months since, all the top of whosecranium
Wits as bald* as a piece of polished Marble, maitgrii all
our jesting and ridicule-of the idea of attempting
to cultivate so barren a spot. purchased a bottle or
two of the Hair Tonic from Dr. 3ayne,and 'according
to his directions applied it. During thepresent week
the same friend ushered himself inttiour uesence,and .
uncovering his hitherto naked head, astonished us with
a thin,though luxuriant growth of hair, from one to
two inches in engthupou the very premises we had
believed as unyielding to cultivation as the trackless
sanittliiit skirts the Atlantic: ThiS is'no - puff, but. is
religiOnslytrue,and to those who doubt,thegentleman
can tie potted , out. What is more in favor of this •
"Tonic," the case here cited was not one of tempOra
ry baldness—no sudden loss of the hair--hut was one
of years' standing, though the the gentleman is &tit
forty-five years of age.---P/d/ade/p/da - Spirit of the
Timm . .
WAR WAR ! 'WAR F- , -The Wig makers have
on Recount of his Hair Tonic, which is knocking all
their business into a "cocked hat" Ladies and, gen
tlehien--old and young are flocking to the Doctor's
standard. Heads long divested of even the first rudi
"ments-of hair, aftnr-using his Hninionic 130011' apßear
With. new andfloiving locks; which Absalom himself
might have chyle& Beardless boys are seen with
large'and - bushy''wt.iskersq and hidies smile again
through their own raven ringlets more beautiful and
bewitching than dvee. - - Xiald.hcads are dolling their
wigs and thraving them to the "molts and the bats,"
While the Wig makers - stand aghast as they behold
the demolition of their business...
_ . .
'What will be the consequence °fills war We know
not; aathe wiggtestre outrageous, and the l)oetorie-
Manis - fiTniTiiiiii - itie - ehaiirtlitic"Kome things can be
done as ivell'its others;'''an4 that bald heads mny as
Jayne'o Hair Tonic; -- - -We meet at almost every
corner, when perambblating the streets, men wearing
long and glossy hair, which they seem to• be "proud
di, and othere who have raised: n a few weeks, a crop
*id black moustaches, that wotildviewith the glossiest
liNin that ever walked the forest. It has puzzled us
tdknow the secret of all those wondrous crops of
hair;' but Mews. SANDS, 79 and 160. Fulton greet,
have got the•remedy, where all who ft're curious in
such' matters may learn a valuable secret.--4.7%-th
York Frhig. •
• Sold in Philadelphia at 20'Scintlt Third Street • I
pRIN'OIPAIi, REASONS WHY. DR.
'•• HARLICEPS COMPOUND STRENGTH
ENING and GERMAN APERIENT PILLS are
used blr all classes of people, in preference Itiother
• • A , •
BECAUSE they are prepared from a puri c.rertiet
of herbs, a wholesomeinedmine, mild in its operation
arid 'pleasant in its effects--the most certain preserver.
of health, a. safe and effectdal cure of DYSPEPSIA
or INDIGESTION; amLall ' Stomach Complaints, a
preserver and purifier of the whole system:
Because they abothe the nerves of sensibility and
fortify the nerves of rootion,imparting to - their most
etibtle - fluird itspiistine tone, thus giving strength and
olearnees of mind. . •
Because -they never destroy the,coats 'of the sto
inach.anll bowels as all strong•purgat)ves do. •
Because science and experience teack.ue that , no
mere purgative alone will'eure the diseases of the
Stomach and Nerves. "Weakness lathe primary cause
of a host-of diseases, and, by continually resorting to
DRASTIIID : pirgatives,,you snake the-disease much
worse, instead of better. , -• • •
Because Dr. Harlicles Medicines are put up upon
the common sense principle', 44 to clause ant; strength. , "
en,"' which hi the only course to pursue to„ effect a
• BecOuse these nieilkinea really do CURE :the dis. ,
eases for which they are reopmmended.
'I 3 ,RWCIPAL OFFIDD for the United
119;wortkDightbk street, , Phlladelphia.' •• • • !
ctr'he above hamed,reedicities are ferlaale at the
•Drugt . Store' of. JOAN 4... MYERS Dar.
liiile;and.Williird Peak, St4io. 6 ' o7o uTS•
nd at the skive of Keefer;HarrusbilegfDentiet:
be BUingardtier, Yarliv Wm.MattitotiCohimbia,
„ Viumary DPW
• 111E.Iiasioit 9 s . ' Dalsain. ,of
An unparalleled rereediforiOmmon Coldti,,CMos ;
Asthma, Infllienatt, Whooping .Cough, Bronchitis,
and all diseasee of the Breast 'and Lungs, leading
to Consumption; composed of 'the concentrated
virtues of Horehound, Boneset; Blood Root, Liv
erwort,,and several other . vegetable substnnees.—
' Prepred only by J. N. 3 1 11,15 T O:V . V, Rochester,
• • The innocence anduniVersa y,a int et pee o ••1 -1
Virtues of the Herbs from which' he BALSAM OF
HOREHOUND is Made, art too generally known'
to require recommendation; it is therefore only tie
tesaary to observe that this medecine 'contains. the •
w iffle - Oftheirnriedical_propertiesi highly concentrat—
ed, and so happily 't ombined iiilliTh - eVeral - other-Ve--
•getable substances; to-render it the most .speedy,
-mild find certain.remedy, now in use,for the Com
plaints above mentioned. •
For Children, this Balsam is of inestimable ;lane.
It is•a, speedy velum)) , for the IV/looping Cough and
Croup, and affords certain relief i n Bounmplairita,
ChOlic,Teething,Sce. It is pleasant to, the taste;aiiii
maybe safely given to the tenderest infMit and should
. hookeffl , at - ull Bows in_every.family r as--it -is- much -
better for the complaint's incident to Children, than
' Pilf•egorie,,Godfreys Cordial, or the Cordifflaso com
monly used, as hundreds in this City•havelestified.
Read the following.-1. hereby certify that early
in tiMapring of 1838,1 contracted severe COLD,
which settled ono& my-lungs, and threatened ti• hasty
• ConsuMption. used. several prescriptions, but ob-
Aained - luthriairrioTrelieTirivas , much alarmed. =
Happeping to be, in Rochester, - I was advised br my
friend, Mr. Winslow, to try a bottle of his BAISAM
or ilnammuato : 1 (141.0, and to my surprise ob-
Mined relief ai once—and by the use of .that single
bottle was perfectly restored to health. To those
afflicted with •,Celds or Coughs; at this inclement
season, I say "go and do likewise."
_ LEANDER CHIPMAN. ,
• . Pittsford, Monroe co., N ov. 9, 1838.
11111 r: JOlin•Al. Winslow, Druggist,
Dear Sir: 1 have been fora series of years afflict
ed with an affection of the Lungs, and 4 hard cough,
and ilitYC many times arose in the. Turning as com
pletely exhausted by excessive coughing dUring the
night as a person would be by a hard dayi labor. .1
have tried most of, the popular remedies of thednY,
but never found relief until I met with your Balsam
of Horehound. All the other remedies or palatines,
.that_Lhavd-used,leave - Abe,bilwels_in. ri_cangtaited:
state, while yours leaves them soluble and free. This
leonsider a,great-desideratunir.-On taking . a' dose.-of
yourßalsa'm when going . to bed, I 'rest quietly thro 2
the night, and my 'sleep as refreshing.' I take great
pleasure in recommending your Balsam of . Hore
hound to all those a ffl icted with pulmonal•y- (min
plaints or any.disease appertaining to the lungs, and
I take this opportunityto thank you rot the great re
fflid "lienefit - T have experienced through your in
strumentality: Yours, with milqb respect„ - •
\ t M. COGS-WELL.
For saleliy . - • • •
•—• • -.."-•••••. FLUOTT., - Carl .
• A. 4 ,1 Nowm,
' Also; by Druggists generally throughout the coun
try. Price 50 cents perbottle• • 7
rresh Viedicines.. - •
--The ; subscriber-bas=re . cently received-large-addi
tional supplies of
Medicines, Colors, Ryc-s - ntirs,
Linseed Oil, Spts. Turpentine, COO Varnish, Pain
ters' Brushes, Varnish Brushes, laud Brushes; Sper
maceti Oil, (very fine) Sptirna'•candles, Soups iii
great varietyo3lass Lamps, tap 'and Letter Paper,'.
Print, Spines, Perfumery, &c: &e;, - Which lie yiltselt
to Physicians, Merchants and others, wiliot.r.sncr. or
by-nErnit.,.at_the_lowest rates r having...purchustal_en,
tirely for cash ; he will offer bargains to those Who
wish to purchase at wholesale.
•-•,, August 5, I 840. .
The Indian Vegetable - Pills. •
. Are a purgative medicine, so natural to the - human
constitution, and withal so mild,.atid pleasant'in their
operation, that not the slightest dread of pain &sick
ness;need be apprehended ‘ from their: • use, even by
the most delicate: rit th e mine time, if used in such a
manner as t 6 operate freely. by the bowels; those
morbid humors, (which deposited upon the various
parts of the body are the cause of every ache or pain
we suffer). will most assuredly be removed; find. not
only will pain,
ordistress of every description' ue.dri,
veil from the body, but disease in any form will be ine
possible:: • ' •
For the same reason, when, from the sudden chang
es oiatmospliere, or any other cause, the'berspiration
is checked, and those humors which should passoff by,
the skin; art . !thrown inivardlv,eansing headache, nau
,sean, and sickness, pains in the bones, watery and in
flamed eyes, sore throat, hoarseness, cough s,,eensump
tion, rheumatic pains.in various parts or the body,and
many other symptoms ofeatehing cold, the Indian veg
etable Pills will invariably - give immediate relief.—
Three or four pills ‘ f.aken at night.on going to bed,and
YelWated few..ti,mes, mill remove all- the • abo'Ve.un
pleasant symptoms;and rest re the to even soun
derhealth than before.
The Indian 'Vegetable Pills, (Indian Purgative) are
a natural, and . therefore a certain cure for Costiveness:
• because they cleanse the stomachitnd bowels of those
Bilious humours, which not Only paralyie ' and weaken
the digestive organs, but are•the cause of headache,
nauseau and sickness, palpitation of the heart, flying
pains in various parts of the body, and many other
disagreeable complaints. The same may be said of
difficulty: of breathing, or asthma; the Indian Vegeta ,
61e Pillswill loosen and carry off by the Stomach and
bowels, those tough pleghmy humors which stop up
all air cells of the lungs, and are the cause of the above
dreadful cOmplaint. •
- - lwall - distordered - matiovetiFthe - blood - , -- ealled - inter,
mittent,remittent, nervous, inflammatory and putrid
FEVERS, the Indian Vegetable Pills will be found
a certain remedy;. because they cleanse the stomach
and bowels of all bilious matter,and purify the blood;
consequently, as they_remove the cause of every kind
of disease, - 11 - ey - are - absolutely-certain-to oure-every
kind of Fever. - .
So also when . morbid huniora - are'-depOsited upon
he membrane Mid muscles, causing those pains, in
flammations and awelliiigs called Rheumatism, Gout,
&c.; the Indian Vegetable Pills maybe relied on as
always certain to give relief, and if persevered with,
will most assuredly, and without fail, make a. perfect
cure of ,the above painful maladies, From three to
-six of said Indira' Vegkabld Pills, taken every night
on going to bed, will, a short time, completely rid
the- body of all - morbid and -corrupt liumorsymul
Rheumatism, Gout and pain of every description, will,
disappear as if by magic. . ,,- , . .-- - •
It should be remembered that the Indian Vegetable
. Pills are certain to remove pain in the side, oppres
sion, neausea and sickness, loss of. appetite, costiver
ness,a yellow tinge of the sitin.and eyes, and every
other symptom of- Liver Complaint; because they,
purge from the-body these corrupt and stagnant hu
mors which, when deposited upon the Liver, are the
cause of the above dangerous complaint.' They are
also a certain preventive of apolexy and sudden death;
Because they carry off thoseliumours which, obstruc
ting the circulation,
are the cause of a rush, or deter
mination of blood to the hend—giddinesS 'especially .,
on.turning suddenly roundl--blindness--drowsiness
---loss of memory--inflammation of the brain--in
' sanity, and every. other disorder of-the mind. ..
I ; - ONE, AYQRD TO THE SEDENTARY. -
Those whofrom habit or occupation,arc keptxnuch
- 'within doors, should reinemberzthartWfrequently
breatlie_ati-atmospreie which is wholly unfit' for the
-- tire Per expansion of the lungs, and atthe sametime,
owing to. want of exeroise,the bowels are not sufficient I
ly evacuated—the blood .becotnes impure, and head
ache, indigestion, palpitation of the heart, and many
otherdisagrecable symptonis, are sure to follow. -
-• : 'THE INDIAN'VEGETABLE PILLS, .
• Being a cleanser of the stomach and bowels,and a 'di
' rebt purider'of the. blood, are certain ,not only' to re
move piiin ordistress of every kind from the the body,
but if used occasionally; so as to *cep the'boilly free
fromthoieliumors wlachare the cause of every male.;
! dy under heaven, they will most, assuredly promote
such a ,just- and eqUal Circulation of the,. blood, that
those who, lend a sedentary life, will,be'enabled' to
enjoy:sound bealtb, and .disease of any li.ind Will be
, absolutely impossible. ,
' For sale by.. . -' '
.. . • '.
'CHARLES .OGILBY , Agent,
CC? Office and Llen'eralLtelikfri : Nmit3 C 9 fu lta l la ' tre Pa dt .
Philadelphia. . .. . - . . play 20, 1840...ty . ,
WORMS! WORMS!! WOR•AMI!!.
_Tdierntive.thesetroublesoine and dangerous
inhalsitants of the stomach and bowels, which so often
itppairttlwheplth and destroys the lives.of children;
useJqnebt,Toblelrermifilge, a certain and safe , pre
paratiot fortlierente*4l oftit?•vprioudkindsofworans,
,dpipelistaisiuntr sbonsathoisint of appetite, infantile
Geyer and, ague, aeft dibihty o(the,latoroaelvand bow
tOttottift organs ditton. To be blittel, 4. 4 , 20 .
• ' ' L,,
.'. Abatis bet hatter S tiel Elliott ind,StUknion
Obikle earltsle • ' Eninr' lB 1040'
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AM Xl.l - :11=3:ZIXTES •
Prepared . only pi/ Dr. D. Jayne, ,41:1000.r,
and sol proprietor; No.. Jay ne, ,41:10
- street, - and vr i : l '4' b e ladof
• S. ELLIOTT,. and also of ST.grellt
SON 4 1 : 'Druggists ; • -car
lisle, Pa: ' • ..• •
These medichies are recommended And extensive
ly used by the most intelligent persons in the United
a es, by numernui — Professors-add—P-residents of
Colleges, Physicians of the Army and Navy, and of
Hospitals and Almshauses,Und by more than three.
hundred Clergymen Of various denominations.
They are expressly prepared ..for family use, and
-have acquired-an- unprecedented-popularity-through- -
-put-the-United.States ;And as they arc so advnirablfy
calculated'to preserie.llEALTH and — curenisnasFoo ,
family should' ver be withotit them. • The 'proprie—
tor of these valuable preparations received his edtr-
Cation at one of thebest Medical Colleges in the Uni—
ted States, and has had fifteen years experience in are
extensive and di versified practice, oy A MCI he bashful)
ample oppertunities of acquiring a practical knowl f
edge of diseases, and of tne reinedies best calculated(
to them.. _
. These Preparetions consist of, .
JAYNE'S EX PECTORANT,'ssaluable remedy
for cough, colds, consumption, asthmtl, spitting ir
blood , croup, !moping cough, bronchi t i is; pleuri By an'
inflammation of the lungs or throat, difficulty of brea-•
thing, and all discitses of pulmonary Morgans.—Price ,
Also JAYNE'S HAIR TONIC, for.tlie preserca; ,
tion, growth, and heauty of the hair, and which will
positively bring in new hair on bald - heads.—Price
one dollar. - •
" Also JAYNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE, a rel.,:
tain and pleasant remedy. for wormadyspepsiapiles;
-and .many other diseases.--Price' 59 cents.
Also JAYNE'S CARMINITIVE BALSAM, a
certain cure for bowel and summer complaints, diar
rha elytentary chalk, cramps, Rick headache, 'sour
stomach; cholera rnorbus, and all derangententbof die
stomach_ and bowels,.nervotts affections &c.-,-Priee
59 cents. '
Al so JAYN:E'S SANATIVE PILLS, for Female
diseases, liver complaints, costiveness,fevers; inflam
mations, glandular, obstructions, diseases oldie skin,
Stc.'and in all. cases where 40 alterative or purgative
medicine is required.---Price 25 seats a bbx,
. May 13;1840.---1y
URE—YOUP-COUti EL be foie-it-is -too.
"`•-•' late. Reinember.delays are dangerottsL „Thou-
AnnuallY from that dreadful disease con
sumption, which Might have been checked' at. the
-commencement and disappoliited of its prey if proper
means had been; resorted to The very many who
have thus been snatched from that fatal i:avager', by
'the timely use of Dr. Swaynefs. Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry, bear testimony To this day, announcing
the cures, the wonderful cures, performed by the use
of thiii invaluable medicine,
:1;* - Far sale ONLY at No. 19, North Eighthstrect
Philadelphia,and respective agenti.
For sale 1y - fol!n :1:43-fgeeB E. CO., Carlisle! A;
Keefer, Harrisburg; ..Denuet &TlOnigardner, York;
and Wni. Mathiotl, Columbia, Pa. • - ' ,
...;lanuary.S.;.l94o; - •
TtELAYS ARE DAN GEROUS.—So
,!!--"" is it'With ihnte with neglect Their COLDS and
't 0 LIV/L - At first you - complain - of having -a - cold,'
.whichis neglected ; .after.which •eoretzesa Is expe.
;deuced in the ,Bronshia; with 'a hacking . cough, and
finally,lhe disease settles upon the longs, which the
patient will SQOII perceiye.hy a Yeasting away of the
body, attended with hectic fevers and spitting up of
florid blood and matter from nlcertron the lungs; a
pain and._ weight it also experienced at die affected
part of 0101111 gs; ,the functions of the animal economy
grow languid; .the hotly liecomes dry ; the eyes' sink
deep-within - their - cavities; -at-length-the-patient-pays
tic debt of nature; when lie is flattering himself with'
the hopes of. a speedy recovery. To obviate all those
distressing spilvt onus. "Spare no time" in procuring
'Swayne s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, at'
the very commencement of your colds and coughs;
whereby, many nights of sweet repose will be procured
and time and money saved, and above 'all your health
secured. Thqreforq,Remember,Doays are Danger
The above medicine can al Wily s be obtained at the
Principal Office, No. 19, North Eighth street, Phila
delphia ; anu respective agents throughout the United .
Also at the Drug Store of John J . .' jliyers co:,
Carlisle; at thestore of A. Keefer,'Harrisburg; Den
net & Botrtgardner, York; and Wm. 11Iathiott, Co--
Innibla,„Pa.• • * .Jan. 8,1g40..
LIVER - CON' PrAlNT:=Thiidisease
often terminates in another of a more serious na
ture •if proper remedies tire not resorted to in time.
In all-forms bf this disease, Dr. ifarlich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient,Pills will per
form a perfect cure first, by cleansing the stomach
and bowels, thus removing all diseases from the Li
ver; bv.the use of the Gentian Aperient Pills, - after •
which - the CoMpound Strengthening Pills are taken
to give-strength and tone to those tender organs-w hieh -
require such treatment ONLY to effeeia permanent
cure. These pills are neatly put up in small pack
aqui; with full directions. For sale - , at No. 19,North
Eighth street. Also, by John J. Myers CI Co..Car
lisle; at the store of A. Keefer, Harrisburg; Dennet
lomgardner, Yciii44 and Wiri. Mathiott, Waif- -
bin, Pa.' . [Jan. 8, 1840.' ' .
!DR. HARLICH'S COMPOUND
STRENGTHENING, AND GERMAN AP
ERIENT PILLS are a Safe and. efficient medicines
- and can be taken by themostileßcate female. They
seldom fail in curing Dyspepsia Liver Complaint,
pain in the side and breast, Sick Ileattaahe, Loss of
A ppeti te,Palpi tiition of the Heart. Nervous Tremors,
_Lowness ot r apiritylwhich too mall_ are subject toy,
&c. Use these pills acccording to directions ' and' a
perfect cure will be the result. For sale at No. 19
North Eighth street; Philadelphia.
Alswat - the Drug Store of -MYERS &
.CO., Carlisle; A. Keefer; Harrisburg, Dennet '4 1 4-
13omgiirdner, York , and W. Alatlitott, Col9mbia.Pa.
VOUG US, CONSUNIPTIONS; AND.
SPITTING OF- BLOOD.---1)r. SIV.R.Y.NWS
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry Bark is found to
be the. best' article for healing the ulcerated lungs,
stopping night sweats, and relieving. the cough, that
ever has-been in us". Thoes who are afflicted,,would
do well to procure this medicine before it is too late.
Certificates_ofmany cures can be seen by applying at
No.. 1-9, North - Eighth Street.; Philadelphia, where
-this-medicine - can always be obtained. Price $1 per
Doitle, or six bottles for-$5.- '
For 'sale at the Drug Store of JOHN' J. ..7111 ERS
CO.; Carlisle; also, by A. Keefer; Harrisburg ;
Deaner& Bombgar4ner, York ; , and Alm. Mathiott,
ColUmbia, . Jan. 8;1840.
Ur medicine has already proved itself to be all that
it has been by those who havegiven
it a fair test in this country, and the demand for it in
creases daily. We have just heard of an importantt
cure of Asthrna, which has been effected by the use 911
it in a neighboring:town—the case was that of a fe-
male who had for ifliing . tintie_been under the care off
a physician . , but had reamed no relief, and her case•
was beginning to be considered hogeless: As, a last
resortshe purchased a. bottle p 1 Dr. Jayne's Expeclo
rant,'Whi oh caused her to exPectorate gradual
ly eased her cough, and is rapidly' restoring her to.
health. We have no hesitation In saying this prepa
ration of Dr. Jayne, for the cure of eoughti, colds,
fluenza,,Asthma, Consumption, &c. lathe mostvaltut--
ble medicine ever offered to the American
There is no quackery about it - a
-Dr: , Jaynels one d,
the mostekilful practising physicians in 'Pennsylva.-
nip and'wherever his preparations have been thor;-
oughly tested, he islooked upon as a great public tien-.
efactor.-1-[Sornerset (Me.) . Journal. • ' '
• Fdr sale by_ Samuil Elliott and StevenSon.k-Din,
Carli sle, Pa. - (flay la 1940
is the basest crime in man.
We are not among that class of Editors who for a
few dollars will, (at theexpense of truth-anal ItUnes
ty) "Crack up" an article and bring it into rapid We;
neitlper tiro we willing tfternain silent, after haying
tested the utility of an iroprelikment or - diacioverY in
science or art. Our , readers
,reeol hat. we .ttild
them we were unwell with a sore'.threat and irieight
cold somefew. weeks agO. .Well, Puvehl""r°
bottles' of wrNsLows eALsiot;or tiORE.;'
HOUND and so sudden-was the curet,' that we'fciitot
we exey,litid a .Uold. Those .w4O , are ailletedi may,
try it upon:put.retionutiendation.Levofalfiyor2klo!
ELLIOW: t Carlide
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_•'.4.1111*;14 Drugelits grerillyAhrottglioUt the CtiOnl
try. •-•,Price 5Q "cents R, -
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