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',,, DR. ,S. L. STEWART .
'Thoniscinian Botanic - Practitioner
; of:Medicine and Olitetrics, o.
RQW, near the
''' li.ait Road Hotel, . ,
in o4PPICTPULL Y. .informs d lsis friends and the
Public. generally, that (through solicitation) he
has removed from Shiremanstown to Carlisle, where
.. 1 heinay, be found at all times,buleas profcasionally.
' engageC :rite, afflicted - shall at M all times be treat
•. ed,6,pgrely_Vegetable Medicines,: . ‘ge Poisons,"
.su illi Aii said accordance' with the principles laid
down'by that great reformer. in medical science, Dr.
Sareuel : ThOmson:. '.• • .: '' •
lb fironie cases, such as Conagnptions, Liver Com
---i)laitifa,TlroPsies, Itheumatismsomd -Cancersoire
' more petit:Marty informed that the New. System is
adniirebly.adatittedp their cases.
'. Invalids (royale distahbe can be .:accommodated
withlbsarding while under Medical - treatment, - on
reasonable . terms. . • . .
-- Car - list 6;10y 2 14.0 84L---tf. . .
Propo:sed - Atneltlimelett to tile
"Resolution relative to the 3 inembi zent
,• 'of the State . COnstitittion:
"n ESCiLV Ell by . the Sanate . and House of Ike-
It presentatives in GeneralwAsseinbly met, Thal
, inthe third section of the SeCond article so that-.lt
Shall read as follows:
"That.the Governor shall hold his office during
,from the third Tuesday of 111111111 i;
next ensuing hi election, mNsd shall' not be capable
of holding it lon, er than a single term of thred rani,
in any term of nit • years."
W3l; A. C1LA1313,,,.
-Speaker.o -the-Muse Of-Repregmentives..
3N. H. FM! N
, •• Speaker of the Senate,
nnsylvania R. 1.. . . • .
-- " — ST2. qtrimnrtrOyrrcr..7 - 4 ---- 4 - do - lterct+•-cemtif. ,
, . that the fo l regolng is a true copy of a Resolution
'prooaing an amentlment•of the Constitution. which
agreed i toiittlic . last session of the Legishiture,.
by•a rmuority of the members alected to each house,
the original of which remains filed in this office; and
in compliance with the tenth article of the Ctmstite- 1
'tiott of the Coromonwealth„l do hereby cause the
same to he published, as directed
"IN TESTIMONY whercolil hare
s. i.o 4, h ereunto
j lis l g . l. my - . olltl seal of said
... (Alice, at Ilarrisburg;, this 14th day of
.. June 30,-1341.---3m.
FRS. IL SfIUNK.,: •
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IVIH-1=5t0n46,4 - •
Of the best material imported into this
For-Sale by thi Subscribers,
. In Sliii•emnnstoivu, Cumberland Coutiti', tuba
bersburg, pa.; where they purpose manuracturing
and keeping on habil the best-M.6O(S or 'different si
zes, to suit any who may givc them a call.
J. S.: G. SHOOP.
ChamhersburAxsira., June SO-,- - 1841.-2m."
D E IS r.
DR. I. C. LOOMIS, Do??//st,'
S permanently located in Carlyle, and
will perform all 'operations that are required -in
Dental Surgery, such as Filing, Plugging and Ex
tracting Teeth, and inserting Artificial Teeth, from
a single tooth to a whole set. lie will also attendio
all diseases of the month, gams, Fice.., and direct 'and
regulate the first and second dentition so as to render
the teeth of children and you4persons regular and
Dr. LOOMIS may at all times he timid Atlis Of
flee on High street, opposite Macfarlane's
earlisle, June 23, 1841.—y. 14
•.. • • BONNETS. • • • •
Just received at the New Store, a large and. spleqif,i
Aid assortment. of English Straw and Floreneel
nets; offered for sale at IoW prices by
ARNOLD be ABRANIV-t,
The Subscriber has just opened knew and hand
some assortment of
suited to the season,.in North Hanover street., be
tween.the Bank and Cornman's Hotel, emisistiog.in.
part of 'Cloths. Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Vestings;
Cords, Stripes, Shirtings, Shemings, Cambries.Ja
collets, Edgings, Lawns, Mouse de •Laines,-.&c. &o.
Queensavare fetid Groceries.,
SPICES, CIIBESE, &c. Also,
BONNETS, bEGHOBN.IND P.AL. , 11 LEAF
BATS, together with a great variety of other goods
which he will sell low upon accommodating terms.
Please give hijn a call
May 19, 1841.-1 y
LOOK AT THIS!
Respectfully informs the citizens of Carlisle and
its vicinity, that lie has commenced the . •
Saddlery and Harness nafiing
in all its various branches, in Main street, one-door
east of the store of Messrs: Ang.my & Anderson, and
a few doors west of Mr:Wunderliall's tavern, where
he will keep constantly on hand, and mannfacture to
order at the shortest notice-and on the most reasona
bleterans, , •
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Har-
ness, Trnnks, o &c:„ &c.
He hopes by strict attention to .business t and an anx
ious desire to„ . please, to merit and receive a liberal
share orinblie patrogage. Having the heed work
men employed, his. customers may.expect their work
to be done in the neatest and most substantial man
rca lisle, ner.
AIR:4 MOSS IVIATTRASSES
store In d*. dou b e and !angle eB, tor. Ril e. et the .
.. , .. . .
• 10U$LTI,kI.DE LAIN§ s of ne‘ v . style from 25 to
87•4 cents per yardonst received and-for - sale
h - • : • -. . • ARNOLD & ARRAMS. '
: . 11 : farel; 3.1,184 L,„ , , .. • . ,
sktbseriber has added - to his former.extensive
-Sek 9 r poots and Shoes a very lark* and general
assortment of tasternatukihiladelphia work; all of
which' will' be sold `at `very reducedprices,4. thei,
Carlisle 31:Me 1 141..
Florence, Braid, Straw, and RutIand.BONNETS
a new supply of the•neweet shalie,jdat received and
for ogle cheap at the store of ' • •
S.. M. HARRIS
~ , _CI~S._ OGILBY
. 13 .K . N 0 X
.12 TTOR :It r W, '
• . AftLICF.,P.ENNA.
Office"a: aoors 'We.st of. the
Post 7 Office: .
gay 19, i 841.-4 4.
- • . Spring Good.
the *p]thscribers linfd just received it fresh supply
of seasonable -
• . •
• ,Dvg, truHtfo l t
Which they Will sell at mo crate prices for cash;
hmongwhich will be found s perMauSeide-Laines,
Challem Lawns, Chintzes, Bonnet and Dktis Silks,
SuMmer BombazinCs, Striped anihPlain Muslitke..
Also, Black Molthir Shawls and Veils; Mohair
*and 'Misted Silk Gloves; siiperltice (Bores; a - good
assortment of T ortoise 'SliellTvist arkd Side Combs;
linfililoe Twist and Dressing Combs; with p Variety
of other articles not-enumerated.
. . • lIITNPI MULVANY.
May 19,1841. - • •
'ANOTIII:R • LAItGE, AND_.
Just reeeived from Philadelphia at gi:catlyyrdneed
prices from those porthased early in the season; per,
.sons wishit4icriupply themseli•es with- , • ,
. CHEAr CLOTHS, • .
Summor Oassimci'es, Cashmare(ts,
Linen Drillings, Benverteens, Cords, Vesting;;, NlRs
ms Cheeks:Fit:kings, Calicoes. Lawns, Mousline
- de -Lai ns-,-Ri lthrunis T -Worked -Gollars,-Stackings,
Gloves, (Thigh:lms, Silk and Cotton handkerchiefs.
Stocks, Mouslin de Aitgletines,Pillet Scarfs, Veils
and Ilantlkerchiefs Parasols, Barred Worsteds for
Lai , 14tunkeerts•reutttmudes - r-Pittshitel, -
Cords, &c. £ec. &c., will do well to call on the sub
scriber And secure great bargains. . :•
Also, a good stock of fresh
Teas, . Nnitat., and cogße, &c.
and a very large stock of
llecol lent die old stand, opposite Simon Wunder
i'ici's Hotel; viers cheep goods-m4-always bethad
• . • • . •
June 2, 1841
infoite the el tizen
11 - 11...it.i ilk.' t•;,,tbitt fie: leas corotnetieed toped:le , '
toeing flats, of the. Inte.stl' fitsliides r ittidof the vcr
kiiids<if FUR: lIA TS, -- '• • '
of which a general. assOrt-ment Gill al'wifys he kept
on hand, ortnatle .to-snit.nneording--10-order; - which
he will sell on theminst aeeotptnodatihiferrnsfoi•
.'cash or Country Prof/two:
stiop. will he-found—inAmucher_streeLiti_the
house fin•meily kept _by Lindsey Spots Wood as •at
efl . 1 R t'. •
:... 1.6 - MiHers and . V lwrights - : --
. CHEAP BOLTING CLOTHS.
The s ubscriber has just 'remixed a fine and corn
plete.assulment, or the very liet fi nality; of _
Andior BOlting Cloths.
which will be-warranted and sold cheap ; purchas
ers will find it to their interest to call and examine
Carlisle, Jane 2, WILLIAMisIi.s‘vLEONAR
Hats! Hats!! flats!!
VINE FUR Sz RUSSIA lIATS,
fashionable shapes and best quality, just
reemled from• Philadelphia. Also, low priced Leg
horn and Chip Hats, at the store of
• CHAS. OGILBY.
Bar Iron, Glass, &c.
usteecrived at the New Store of the subscribers.
I. Tons BAR jitorki„ of first rate quality, and
for sale very low_ for_e9sh, per consignment, 90 half
Boxes 8 by 10 and 10 half Boxe — slo`6y - 12
r i 9 :_ g omi-drdiw'ry sate to llcrehants at Pittsburg
Duncantiou best • '
BRADS AND SPIKES,
iiillanufacturers prices, also. on hand Wither° w's
•OClebrated patenfPLOU G I MAX-SEED OIL,
Gy-tic-gallon,..or...Barrel, - DlLL,..W.A.licrill
Bro s. Pore WHITE 'LEAD, MAHOGANY
VAN EMS, &c. &e.
BOSERMAN' Fx.• HUTTON:-
Carlislo, May 5, 1841.
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS '
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COI
. PANY OF PHILADELPHIA,
a pilaf $4OO ,00Wpaid in.—harter. Pdrpcta al,
ONTINUE to make Insurance, Permanent and
IL). Limited, on every description of Property, in
TO\VN AND COUNTRY, on the usual ilivorable
OFFICE, 1631 Chesnut street, near Fifth street.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, President.
CNARLES N. BANCIiER, SAMLYEL.ORANT,
.Imutis Seiturr, FREDF;RIGE BitoWN,
. TINDIAS HART, 3ACOD R. SMITH,
THOMAS 1. WITARTOp, Gen. W. 111CIIATPS,
TOBIAS WAGNER, . IkIORPECAI D. LEWIS'.
CHARLES G. BANCKER, SqcretatT.
Inr•T The subscriber, Agent for the above Company
for the borough of Carlisle and vicinity,will prompt
ly attend .to all applications for Insurance, whether
made personally cir by jetter. - Residence Main street,
neaoly opposite the Car Office:
, s WM. D. SEYMOUR.
March 31,1841.-;-1y •
Just received at the Store of
, ANDREW RICHARDS,
A fresh supply of seasonable G 09119, consisting
hi part of Blue, Black Brown, Olive Green, and
r 2 •
Blnek,Blue, BroWn figured and striped . Caseimeres ;
Mixed figured and striped Gambroons" for panta
loons. • Brown, White, Striped And Figured Linen
.Kentuckey, , Pennsylvania and: Delaware
Janed; Pittsburg cords;' Cotton. Stripes 'alai drills;
American Nankeens and cblcired MuslinsMerlaps
French-and Irish Linens; black, bleOi Fawn, Mouse,
Pink, Blossom, White,.Figurcd, Stripeir Mid barred
Silke.new.milai Figured plain barred,striped Jacki
netts; Swiss, Cambrick and Muir muslins; Bonnetsi
Lawns,and Silks,Embroidered, Manta'', Glossee,
Sattin and barred Ribbons; ILetliorn flats, Straw,
Braid, Nun and Chip Bonne - tat Colored, White, Fig
ured Leghorn and Pabiti leaf /fain Brown & bleacli;•
ed muslins; Ticks, Checks, Crastpold piti m rs ; Lin
en and cotton;, 4.4,5-4 and 6-4 sheetings; Table cloth,
linen and coton Diaper; Linen, pc ogee
and cambrick Hankerchiefs; ,gloves t .Hoiteryi Stocks
and Artificial flowers; Co .too and Gingham Umbrel
las; -Par asols; eOtten yarn and carpet attain; together
with an, extensive assortment of . .. • ,
Groceries. & Atieensware.
All of Which: will be "soliran the most, reasonable
terms. Person are invited to call and
themselves before purchaslngelsewhere, •• .• ,
. . • , ANDREW..RICIIADDS.
FriSp it S)
SHA t Fljust
reeeiveo,an offered tor sale at the ew tore in
shippensburk, by, ' •
14 ay 1, 1841.
::#l.e . : ::- , :' , i- - 4*- ti - iill : e 7P,r'f, le 01;1., ii':l . V.o:., :Wi , " 0 : 24:4 4.10:VP:4
COMMISSION Sc FORWARD
• ING MERCHANTS;
I lave removed to the, eitpacions Warehouse recently
occupied by Q. Leech & Co. at the, north-westcorner
of Cherry and Broad street; Philadelphia: • •
From the facilities which the location and internal
arrangement of this depot. afford, 30 to4o , Burthen
Cars can be accommodated to unload and load at the
same time with sufficient roorolo store .. , 0,000 barrels
of Flour, and 400 to 600 ton of Grain exclusive of the
forwarding department. -
Produce of ,every description will be received as
usual on conitgurnents; and liberal.advances nuide on
receipt (if requhed) until sales are effected. '
• t‘: C ICAIG,..BEIXAS • t..t Co. . •
E,North-west corner of Cherry & Broad 'st. ,
. REFERENCES. •. -
W. S. Cobean, Cashier. -
Denderson & Parker, • a zr i„,..
Sama!arson & Bosserman,
Jecoli - Swoer,Neurville.
David Nevin, iViippeilsbur,g.. .
Logan Smith,Esq. Cashier 3 CharnberaMirs•
Eysterilititz . Co; - •
Robert Fleming, .
.___,AVM.R. Thompson & Co.
Whitall & Brown, 1! - 1 . •
-- Tlliscriberliis rcfectitfrreceive4 - large - slthli 4-
ill66lLiCitie:? s tpiorg,
Linseed Oil, •S7pts. Turpentine, Copal
lints.hes,Hair .-Brushes, Speriiraceti Oil,.
Athriajj;Glits.§ ••LaMPS;..VoP . ,'grd." . .L"earr
whieli'he will sell' tO•Phyi . teiani;.lllereliants.
ainl others, w uiotm.crite'b - Y
the lowest - Kates - , having= pnrehaseil_enkirelT
for cash; he; will. offer-bargains •to those.
Liasitbseriber;thaqkful for past favors, respect
. fully informs the public that lie•still continues
to "Gold forth" iii Church A 1164, near "Education
Hall," where he has now on lunut a large assortment
of notiona. consistirig to tool, of the follow lug: Bread,
Cakes; -Cheese, llaeon, llama, Flour: Soap, Cider,
Spices, Fruits, Sweetmeats, and Other- neeessaries
c ticulatA for this meredian.
. N. 11. tic also continues to ktep nn Eating House,
where gentlemeh can-be accommodated Fiat Tripe,
Pigs Feet, Pickled Oysters;kc. at the shortest notice.
• Sept. 0;1840:-1 }'ear.
Oren, fflardwar6 (grocery.;
IMIIIETI 4 STORE.
THE subscriber has just returned from
" 1 - the Cities of New York, Philadelphia and Bal
timore, and is now opening at his store room S. E.
Corner of Market Square and Main Streets ,(for
tautly occupied by Geo. W. ilitner,) a
Hardware, tone Trare, Cedar
Brit.Uinta ,TVare, Groceries, Oils,
Paints, Varnishes, Glass, Brush
- es, Whips; Canes,-Lamps for_
• burning, Camphine Oil,
awl a great variety of articles useful and-necessary
:for furnishing and keepiug a house. Ile hasalsti,iiud
will constantly keep ou luuid' •
a- cheap and elegant substitute for spermt ik and
havinfrlinenbee appointed the agent of Messrs. I , -ers
and B rother of Newark - N..,1,f0r, tGc•Sille of Jones
Patent Lamps in this county, he is prepared twilit.-
nish Lamps and Oil, nt a very seasonable rate to all
w h o ma y w i s h to use this new aid economical light.
Having selected his goods himselfiand made his
purchases for cash, he is able, and is determined , to
Those having the cash to lay out will find,it to their
advantage to give him a call.
Carlisle, July 8, 8.10.--tf.
BrandrelbS 'readable Univer
• • sal Pills,
Are held by the following agents in their respec
tive 'counties. As numerous counterfeits of these
pills are attempted to be palmed Upon the communi
ty, the propriety of purchasing only from the rec..-
mzed agents; will be apparent.
• CuraborlandocnuntrGeorge W. I litner; Carl isl e;
A. Riegel, Mechanic. burg; .1; & McKinney,
Newfille; S. Culbertson, Shippensburg; Boke
Brenneman, New Cumberland ; Isaac Barton ,
burn; M. G. Rupp, Shiremanstown; L. Riegel& Co!:'
;Perry. County—Alexander Magee, Bloomfiet
J. & S. A. Coylc,Landisburg.
August '26,1840 •
The subscribers will sell their stook of Cloths,
Cassirneres and other 'Woolen Goods, very leW • for
MOUSELINE DE LAINES.
- Just received, elegant Mous. tle Lathes at 20, 25,
31, 37i, 50 arl„7s 'cts. per.yard.
March 15; 1841.
The subsCriber hereby-infornas.the citizentfrof Car
lisle, and the publin - generally,lhat he. has taken the
shop. nearly opposite the Jail, where he will be
pared tojnanutacture to order, on the modrreasona.
ble.terms, any article in his line of business,sitch as
He will also attend to Steeling and' Grinding Axes
Ho solicits a share of pablic patronage.
.w • • JOIN. HARRIS.
Carlisle; Nov. 5,1840.
500 - ps ni nde.VARPET•GRAINdust
received at the New Store. in-Shippenantirg, and for
sale by .ARNOLD & ABRAMS.
May 1,1841.: , ' '• ' •
HOUSE AND , SIGN PAINTING,
Glazing iinCl ,7 frapni; Hanging.
The aubicriber respectfully informs the nitieenis
of Carlisle and the vienitty;that he 'hae commenced
the above businetis in all its various branches. His
shop is in the square immediately in rear of the
Market House,two doors east of A. Richards'store.
He. hopes 14,sittentiob to business" and Moderate
charge!s, to receive
,a share of patronage. r
• • . JO ft.
ru rHat r , 2 _ pft
t h st °: Igt-m---al/4-2-
, r ,T •
p=lN7 7 olicin.es.
• CERTIFIC Al. ES OF-AGEXCY
FOR THE sktr: OF
Cheap, , Cloihs, Re;
March 17, 1841
Ctirlisle, Feb; 1841.—;ti'
.. . .
[Mechanicsburg- - Lame
: - w i. Fra-A , "=:(lt_ .
...to- ,;v4ilt, - ,
.Belieeen • Mechanicsburg and
Philadelphia:or Baltimore. •
EBY RAIL 1203 D OR CAN:AA' • :
TOsubscribers grateful. for' pet f4vors; '
beg leave to inform tlicir 'friends and the public I
'generally, that they still continue to run a line of
burthen Cars regularly between-Mechanicsburg and
Philadelphia or Balthnore, by which goods and pro
duce dell descriptions . will be forwarded with care
and dcspatch.at the loWest rates of freight.. ' -
Produce will be received :4 their Ware houses
jaMechanicsburg, and Jorwarded to either Phila
delphia-or Baltimore, according to the.tlireetion, of
the owner.. . .
he highest . ' price will be given for Wheat
and PlOor._ , - . -
B. DRESBACK & MEILY.
N. B. , Plaster-of Paris and Salt
_always kept . on
hand, and for sale at the lowest priCe: .., .
July 9,:1840.---Iy. • . .
receive( at the New Store in Shippenaburg, and for
sale by • ARNOLD & ABRAMS.
• May 1,0 814.
-the — basest- crime -in--man.
We are nofamong that class of Fiditiirs who for . a
few dollars will, (at the expense of truth ai d lionci
tyrerack,up" an article and hrinF it into rapid sale;
neither are we willim , to remain silent, after hnying
tested.the utility, of. an improvement or discovery_in
science or art. 'Our renders will recollect we told
them we were unwell With a sore throatMul violent
cold •sothefew weeks ago. Well, we purchased two
bottles of WINSLOW'S BALSAM OF HORS=
we eVer had a cold. Thos6 who are afficted, may
try it upon - our reeothmentlation.-2 , ervisteven Tele
graph. . - . ). .
For sale by •• • • . ,‘
S. ELLIOTT, Carligle,
A. J. NORTH,Newville. :
..., Also•,•by DruggiSts generally througliontthe coun
try. • Price 50 cents per bottle. .
C1et..28, 1840) . . . ,
ThELSUOSCßlßElLrespectliilly,tentlers - Lis.
'. -grateful acknowledgments.to the public for the
very liberal show of patronage lie has received dur
ing the.past year, and would, still. (iliitiiitte' to ollei•
t hem 'lli s professional:§Crvirs in their various bran=
cites at his residence, No: 7, I larper's Row. defiles,
I cleonsp, nod. ylugs:te,cl4, and inserts incorruptible
; 4.i .k. iefx4m,-;:tit3cflil•-ktytd4iF - tlui.,cliast':4PP.rPl , :cd -
I manner. CllTU.ges'aDi - ays - liiilaitti.7:' , i 7 7 ,-01 3.Aig -
I. ,J,- ,• • . '- • ' -
J.: C. Nr.l f T, M. D. •
Carlisle;March 9,30.80,4 r
_lMretOfoi;e : received
fromtlieaale of his machintAindUces him to of
fer to the public a-iiew and improved-liorse roWer,
-which can shiftedin gear• or out of; gem• by keys,
and shift the hand - to give it five different revolutions.
4 i :nd_lie_bas_nolreglation in assuring_the Farmers that
he is now able to fill'lttflit them with an article Tit
perior to those manufactured heretofore. For_speed
and clean threshing and ease to the horses, lie be
lieves his machines 'to lie umajuidled. ..4 a y •
• Ills price is SLI0 ---seventy dollars to be paid cash,
afid.tbelialatice in six months, for which a note will
lici,required with inrerest: =Any per'son piirchasiiiga
•machine and tijion a fair triaj,not being pleased;eao
return it. • Ile will at. all- times be readyto liu•uisli
them on the -shortest notice; orders trOIDA disttmee
will be punctually 'Meade() to. lee will alsci repair
machines on the shortest notice.
WILLIAM B MILLIGAN.
Newville, July SOO .•
A new style of Figured Damask Satin Shawls,joist
received at the new stqw• and fbr sale by
ARNOLD & ABRAAIS.
Ararat , . 31., 1 . 841. ,":
Imported Ingrain Carpets, Hemp and Cotton do.;
also White .and Colored Mailings, all widths, just
received anew• sale cheap, by
• June 2, 1811.
_Dr._.Dunccires_E4cc . torantßenzedy,_
Is performing some of the most wonderful cures
on record. Mr. \Vm. Pearson, of Delaware county,
Pennsylvania, was• taken in the fall 'ol 1840 with a
distressing cough, which daily increased until lie
becitme so ninelf reduced in flesh that he was obliged
to be bellied in and out of bed. His' Physicians at
lengtk.gave_np all hopes,and pronounced his lung..s_
finally afttled and incurable. In this hopeless
situation lie was for ten weeks; when R friend of his
called to see, him, and discovering his awful con
(Minn, he immediately' pilocured three bottles of
' Dr:Duncan's Expectorant Remedy, (having witness
ed the effect's in a similarcase, induced him to pro
cure the medicine,) and give it according to direc
tion:3ond to the astonishment of all his friends, the
patient began to feel betterbefore using the medicine
one week. After- using,, it strictly,stx . weeks, the
patient was rendered ablesto resume his daily Wu-.
nation. How many thousands of valuabld'fribbtlS
have been taken away frARVUI3for the wantol 4 proper
treatment.- 'The very many who are yet among us,
and laboring under alarming symptoms, to such I
beg to say, procure immediately Dr. Duncan's Ex
peclortint Remedy; and if it be not too late, you may
be restored to perfect health. In the last stages there
is a ennsolation foimd in this medicine, by - its sooth
ing and pal int' ve effects. , '
cO PIIINCIPAL OFFICE,No. 19 . Norlh Eighth
Street, ,Philadelphia, where testimonials may. be
Tor sale by John J. Myers & Co., Carlisle; and
Wm. Peal,Shipplmsburg, Pa.
• A supply of the above Pills just received; having
been obtained directly from Dr,,Brandretles o,ffice;
they are 11 7 .4BRANTED GENUINE.
DR. LEIDY'S RHEUMATIC LINIMENT.
—Highly reeommended,and a truly efficacious ap
plication for Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains, Stiff-.
ness, and Weaki s I the Limbs and Joints, Pain
long the Back, Side nd across the Loins.
It EC OM E.At DA VOA' S.
xtract of a letter fro Dr. 'Johnson , dated
- ' , „ • Philadelphin;'May 7th, 1839.
The Rheumatic Liniment unn Blood Pills have
been 'employed by myself, and finding them ellica
'cious, I have since, recommended 'them to many,
that have been 'entirely cured of Rheumatic pains,
luinbago, stiffness of • the joints, numbness of the
muscles, limbs, Sm. . .. , .•
. Extract of a letter front Jr. Annie* dated.
• , Baltimore, May 19, 1841. .
Your_ Rheumatic -Liniment -possesses properties
which I have never found in , any Liniment I have
heretofore employed. • • . ..
--Extract-of- a letter: frOm..Dr.• C.. H._Gooirich, da
ted • :., . .
.3Pittsburg, June 21st, 1899.
. Of numerous LiniMenteand Medicines heretofore
employed for Rheumatic affections ; unie have been
so successful as the Liniment and Blood Pills man
ufactured by . you. They have in 'this place won the
golden opinion of all who have used them. - To my
own knawledgethey have cured, several
,fitat . were
by myself and' Other men fireliciuMeddiriCurable..
, maymot be amiss to remark, that both theLini
, Meet Mal Blood -Pills are prepared by Dr. IC
Leidy, hirrisel4 a.reolar..DruggisLaml-Phyarcian,
attested by Drs. , Physiok, Chapman, Jackson; Mir
ner;Dewees, James, Gibson, Cole, gic. of Philadel..!
1 , This, Limiment .is prepared only, and for sale;
1 - iihelesale and retail at Dr.N.B.LEIDV'S HEALTH
EMPORIHM, N0.'191 -North Second Street, (sign
'of the Golden Eagle and:Serpents,) Philadelphia,.
N. B.—The genuine is accompanied by,the writ
ten signatuit of Dr. N. B. Leidy on the label., •
Price Sitcents a bottle, or threo bottles for $l.
Also, for sale by STEVENSON. & HINKLE,-
Hrnggi - sticearlisle, Pa..
May 19,1841.=6m, •
Diseases Of the, EYe•
G e l(4 ( 1
DR. ROSTOCK'S •
Celebrated E.y . e ,Water,
For the mire of IVenk, Watery, or Blood Shot Eyes,
Ulcers, Ilizeiours, and litfaination . of the Eye-lids,
Diinness of Sight, Etc.
Persons subject to any of 'these unpleasant disci.-
ders,.will find this the most effectual, remedy in use,
as it seldom fails to. remote_any...of these -,iffeetiMis
hy a feW applications,without the leak inconvenience
or pnin. Chose who are troubled with a DIMNESS*
1)1?-- SIGHT 'will also find s it a -fgailii. - TeinafrOF
strengthening the eyes,improvingthe sight, and pre
venting the dimness that arises from straining them.
It will also be found particulaigyuSeftil as a wash for
.the eyes,of young children, to remove inflamatiOni
and subdue the humours to which they are so liable.
Price 50 Cents.a B.ottle with full dire 6
lions for using. .
Sold in .Carlisle by. •
T. --- SAMUEL — .I4ILLIOTT;
April 180841.--y •:' -
" $100: — $100 :
Will he forfeited by Dr: N. 13.• LEIDY, for - n
ration of Sarsaparilla equal to his , '
. . •
Medicated Eitract of Sarsaparilla..
The efficacy 'of Sarsapaeilla is well kidpKin Seen-
fula or King's Evil; Erysipelas, Diseases of the Liv
er, AfrecOons of the Skin and_ Bones, Ulcers of the
Nose, Throat and. Body, as well es an Antidote to
Mercury and' the . and..
and a general Purifier of • the Blood. and Animal
Dr. Leidy would referio the most respectable
sicians in Philadelphia, as sell as throughput the it.J.
States for the character of his preparation, as well
'also to the numerous Certificates from physicians and
others, that have been from time to time published,
now deemed unnecessary :is the character of his pre
paration is firmly established. Throughout the Sou
thern States it is used altogether, and throughout the
North takes the precedence overall others, pa rtieti 7
lady- among physicians, who, for the •benefit of 'their'
The reader is rdferred to the
. directions accompa•
and further particulars.
Reinember, one bottleAballf a pint,) 4-s-equal to six
pints of syruNdidl is equally pleasant to take.' '
• lgr Price Oiie - Whr per flottie. • "
.P 0 r sale in enrlisle by STE PT A' Sail
DINKLE-Druvists— • .• . •
' • - Be ye purified In.:your Blood, ' •
'-And licalth will :Mend von. •
I.,Evirrcui; C. 'XVII. V. 'Xi.
TiroW -IS TIIE BLOOD. TO ISE
Thousands can answer - this pystion who how
from experience - dill - C - 7
tip.. LEI liY'S IILO OD PILLS,
A COMPONENT. PAItT 01'
-Are the safest, best, au(
Spring tall Purifier. •
-. o de,
Thousaiuls who hate for several -Years past used
them during tile Spring and Fall
_Os well as at other
times will ' never use any. °Kers; Iltindireds are
alreak y daily procuriiig themotlo_have_heretofore
employed them. The object of this advertisement
is to infurm - therthoustuids who know nut yet - of them,
where they may procure them genuine, that they,
may try them; being fully satisfied that hating hied
them; they will Bever be persuaded to use any other
First—Dß. thEIDY'S BLOOD PILLS ARE ANTI
• QUACK, being prepared by Dr. N. B. 'Leidy
himself, a regular Druggist, as well as Physician,
attested by I)rs. Thysick, James, Elbrner, bewees,
Jackson, Cason, C'orce, &c. &c.
Second—Dlt. LEIDY'S BLOOD PILLS AItE
ANTI-MEROURIAL,,being an Antidote against
Mercury and the Minerals, so deleterious and Ilan
' gerous; and upon the effects of which Quacks de
pend, for "killing or curing," and, therefore mix
them with their nostrums.
Third—Dß. LEIDY'S 11100 D PILLS ARE SA
PER THAN - ANY 0111 E RS, as in using them,
they require no restraint from living, or occupa
tion, and may be taken by the mast delicate and
feeble, old and young, male and fethale at all times
and Wider all circumstances.
Fourth—Dß. LEI DY'SIILOOD,T g ARE
,iswirprat AND MORE EFF,EcTuAtiritAN
ANY OTHERS, when usedTYccortlinw to the di
reLtions—and not require to be taken in large
quantities-as-is required of various other Medi
cines, makinr , a Drug Shop of Stomach, de
ng it of its accustomed nourishment, destroy
cline of the human system.
In all cases where a purgation may be necessary,
these Pills will be found both effectual and easy in
their operation, producing no nausea, or sickness of
the stomach, griping or any other unpleasant sensa
.Further comment is deemed 'unnecessary—the
numerous certifiates published from time to time
from Physicians and other individuals must have
convinced the incredulous, and for the further in
formation of all others, Dr. Leidy refers them to the
diriictions which accompany, each box. •
They are prepared and sold, wholesale and retail,
nt Dr: MUMPS IIEALTITEMPORIUM, No. 191
North Second street, below Vine street, (sign of
the .Golden Eagle and Serpents.) • ,
Price '25 cents a Ilex.
Also, for sale by-STEVENSON & DINKLE,
Druggists, Carlisle, Pa
Sarsaparilla-, or Blood.. Pills.
"The Life of the Flesh is in the Blood."
Lv.vivicus, C. ZVII. V. XT.
MHE safest, best and most efficacious Pills now
in existence, are Dr. Leidy's Blood Pills, a
compofient part of Which is Sarsaparilla. It is use
less here to name the good qualities, or commend
upon thetnedieal virtites of these Pills, as the public
are fully aWare e them. Suffice it to say, they are
an effectual purifier of the blood and renovator - of I
the system. ' I
Philuklphia City, ee.
s.], Personally appeared before me, one of the
Aldermen of the city of Philadelphia, Dr. N B.
Leidy, who, on his solemn oath doth declare and
swear; that in the composition of the Sarsaparilla
Blood Pills; manufactured by him only, there is not
Contained Mercury or the :Minerals, or any, Drug
whatever, unfriendly, dangerous, or deleterious to
the human system.
o . " Price 25 cents a Box.l E
Thby are prepared and sold., wholesale and,retail,
at-Dr. Leidy's Health Emporium, No. 191 North
Second street, below Vine_ street.
Also, for sale byi STEVENSON & DINKLE,
Druggists, Carlislb, Pa., .
'May 19, 1841.-6 M. ,
• " Tettek: Itch!! •
117 k R. LEIDY'S CELEBRATED TETTER.,%.*D
_LP ITCH OINTMENT hi - daily becoming more
popular. Daily do numerous individuals stop and
inform the proprietor of its'great success in remov
'ing and curing the Tetter and Itch. • - •
Numerous testimonials might bepublislied of its
efficacy, but for the , delicacy felt by individuals hav
ing their names - published in connection with: so
loathriorne - iiid - disagreeable - afrectiisns. ' ,•
It ratty be used•with perfect safety by young and
old,, even •upon.-infants, containing no mercury, or
...other mineral substances. Pr. N. 13, Leidy prepares.
it himself and 'knowing its composition, most caiifi:
dentially recommends it as superior. to • any other
remedy for the.Tetter and Itch., Prephred and sold
at Dr.Leidy'sllcalthEnaporium,(sign id the Golden
Eagle and Serpents;) , No. 191 Nortlx•Secorid.atreet,
Vine• • • . *,_-• • • ' ,
Also, for rade ,by SitENSON .8: • DIN,KLE,
• The abov e preparrition fire'sold _by. all wholesale'
Druggists in Philadelphia, and by all respectable
Merchants arid,Druggists, - throughout-the United
tat , • • ' . _
May 19, 18 , 11.—Arn, , • • • • '
ATTQRXEY AT ,L. 117
Office, in High , street a few doors
west of the Post, Offide,.
Carlisle, April 28,1841.--ff •
.11 UST RECEIVED some very fine rAD.
HERRINGS & PHEE E,at the
Store (); , • A: RBA ARDS,.
May 0,1841. : ,
NONEROUS reinedies have:heen offered - and
puffed into notice 'for diseases of the' Lungs,
some of - which - lids - undoubtedly - been found :very use.'
ful,Mit of 'all that have hitherto been known, it must
be universally acknowledged there is none that has
.ever .proved as successful as the "BALSOM OP
WILD CHERRY." , .
- - -
... Snell. indeed are the astonishing restorative and
healingproperties of this " even in the
v worst_forils.Of-Con - suroption r when-theludient has ,
suffered . with the most distressing cough, violent
pains in the chest;diffieulty of breathing,night sweatti,"
bleeding of the lfings, &c. and when-the most esteem , l
ed remedies amp Pharmacopias had failed to affbrd
'any relief, andevenwhen Botanic, Homcepifthic,.niub
numerous other remedies,had been 'used ern- many
montlisin vain; thii:invaluable remedy has checked,
every symptom, and been productive, of the most Joilishing relief.
the early stages 'of the disease;
• proceeding from neglected colds, termed, Catarrhal
Consumption, it has been used with undeviating suc
cess, and in-many instances, when this disease seem-.
cdto have marked its victim for an early giave,the
.use of this medicine has arrested every 'svmptornouid
•Test.ored-thelningsAil4,stnteaperf6c.th - cabh_
In that form of Consum p tion, soprevalent amongst
delicate young females, commonly termed (HMO, or
ota p deal tw' a - to molacrit-wi tlywhirtrlbyfir= ,
sands are lingering, it has : lso been used with surpri
sing success, and not possesses the power of
checking the imigress of t us alarming•disease,hut
at the same time
. strengli 'ens and invigorates the
India system more aeon: ly than any remedy we
have ever possessed.
crj'LIVER COUPLAL T.---In diseases of the
-Liveii,piulicularly when attended-wiili a - cough;-indi'- -
gestion or-wandering otitis in the side, it has also pro 7
vedvery efficacious, and ,cured many ease's 'of this
kind Micelle most powerful remcdres had
;rm. - kSTII,NIA this . complaint It has also been
used in nu - mem:nut instances with the most sing:filar
success. It opens the chest, rendering 'the breathing
'perfectly free, acre sts-tke quttgli, mad will seldom lsi
.to gl.re iicrmaneutrciief„' , • :`, _
• ~ .
UldepitlOtfriikairte,tlilf6ol:lllTrP4o ssJ 4446 st
ness; cough tic i - orEi iitnt :throat; found'
very', Ofee.tual. remedy, and wili mostly- tdlbrd im-.
attlick:., • . , .
COUGIIS & COLDS.,—In .etimmon- coughs
winter, irWill•be.founkmuch more 'effectual trafrafly•
remedy in use, and when olt.lsseftle upon thelnrigs,.
causing an inflammation with painsln the breaStolif:,
licnity or - shortness ofbreatliiiie,,fisc.,llie use of this
- .Balsam Still suppress•such -Symptoms imniediately,
and at the Same-tithe prevent the lungs from beconv.
ing more'scriously diseased.
these c`omplaintti,'so common to young ithildren, this
Balsam Wall be found much superior to - the Parego
ric Elixir Syrup of Squills, and the-various cough
mixtui:es ift common use, as iris entirely free.from
any thing. the least injurious, and may at all times be
.given_tsu•bildre.n witlrperfect safeti..md with the cer
tainty' of its affording thein - specdy relief.
AS A FAMILY:MEDICINE for many oth
er complaint s;this Balsam will also-be found poetic
ularly useful. Besides having proved an invaluable
remedy in all Pohnonary affections, it exerts a pow-'
erful influence Oyer ninny diseases depending on •a
depraved conditio of the system,and those who Intro
suffered from the 'indiscriminate use of Mercury, or
other deleterious drugs, that arc often compounded
in different quack nostrums, will 'find it a remedy of
'great \little, possessing the power of -strengthening
and invigorating the -whole system more effectually
than any other medicine we possess. •
CAUTION TO PURCHASERS.—As this med
icine has already acquired great celebrity. there may
probably be some attempts to imitate it, and deceive
the public With a spurious miXture,to.Prevent which
I would wish all purchasers to observe the following
Marks of the genuine Balsam. It is put up in bottles
of two sizes each, having the 'words WISTAR'S
lIALSANI OF' 'WILD CHERRY, PHILADEL
PHIA, blown in the glass, and a label on the front
with the signature of HENRY WISTAR,-M.
without which noifes - gcnuine.
Prepared - for tlte-proprietor -by-WILLIAMS-RE
CO., Chemists, No, 2.2 'Commerce street, Philadel
phia? and sold by the most respectable Druggists and
other appointed agents in all the • principal towns
throughout the United States.
The Genuine 13:dsmn sold in Car
lisle, by SAMUEL ELLIOT:II,--4point
ills kn4~sn, ~i
This extraordinary'chemical composition, the re
stilt of science and the invention of avelebrated med
kat man; the introduction of
.which to the public
was invested with the solemnity of a death-bed be
quest, has since gained a reputation unparalleled,
full sustaining the correctness of the.himented Dr.
Griilliey's last confession, that "he dared not die
without giving-to posterity the-benefit of his knowl
edge on this subject," and he therefore bequeathed
to his friend 'and attendant, Solomon Hays,the secret
of his discovery.
It is now used in the principal .hospitals, and, the
private practice in' our country, first and moat cer
tainly for. the cure of the PILES, and also extensive
ly and effectually as to baffle credulity, tiniest Where
its effects arc witnessed. Externally IR the follow
ing complaiUts: - I •
For Dropsy---Creating extraordhiary absorption
at once. ,
Swellings---RednCikthem lit a few hours.
[May 19, 1841.-6 m
HlicumntismL—Acuto or chronic, giving
Sore Throat--By cancers: tileers;-:or colds. -
,Und Sylkolping-Coug,h-- T rotternally and
Over the chest.
All Bruises, Sprains, and Burnt---Cured in a few
Sores and Ulcers--Whether fresh M. long stand
in; and fever sores. r
Its operation upon adults and children in reducing
rheumatic swellings, andlooseni ng• coughs and tight
ness ofthe chest by relaxation of the parts; has beets
surprising beyond conception. The common re
mark -of those who have used it in the Pilea,is " It
acts like a charm." ' • • '
THE PILES.—The pricesl, is refunded to any
person who will use a bottle ot Hays' Liniment for
the Piles, and return the empty bottle without being'
cured.. These are the positive orders of the proprie
tor to 'the agents; and out of many.thousands sold; not
ont has_ been unsuccessful,. . . ; -
We might insert. certificates to any length, but
prefer that those who sell the article, should exhibit
the original to purchasers. • .
Physicians . qnd Patients. •
- --The Blind- Piles, said to be incurable:by external
applications.—Solomonllays warrants the contrary.
His Liniment wilt cure Blind Piles. 'Pacts are more
-stubborn than theories. Ile solicits all respectable
physicians to try it upon their . patients: . It will do
them no harm, and it is known that •every physician
who has had the honesty to make.:the trial, has can
didly admitted that it " has succeeded in every case
they have- known.. Then why•nnt use it? :It lathe
recipe r of one of tlfeirtiost•respectable members,now
deeease . d. .Why reftfse to, use it ? Because it is sold
as .a proprietary medicine? .'is this a:sufficient. ex;.,
claim, for suireimoheir honest pntiente.to linger in
distress ?, 'Wethittk 'Physicians shall be con,
this nitiae.---Villy then nbt alleviate human suffer
ing ? If they: wten't try it before,•let 'them •after.all
s prescriptions prescrptione fail.- Physicians are respectfully
requested lodothemselves and . Patientti the yistice to'
use this articler 'lt shall be lakentfroin the bottles
and, done up as their Prescription Willey desire:. :. •
•• • • %: • • • • • SOLOMON - :HAYS,': .•
Spld by comstock. & .Co. Wholesale i Dritggists,
No. 2, - Fleteheritreet;Ne*York: . •
'For. :bale also by, , vez
tleiember ' 23, 1840.-=-IT
BALM' OF ITILIWIERRY
THE CELEBRATED REMEDY FDR
Prtee'sl:oo a bottle.
IF inslow 9 4 Balsam of
An unparalleled remedy for common Colds,Coughs,
• Asthma, Influenza, Whooping COugh,Pronchitia,
and all diseases of the Breast and Lungs, leading
• to . Consumption .composed of the concentrated
virtues of Horehound, Boneset, Blood Root, Liv
erwort and several ether vegetable substances.—
. Prepared only by J. M. WINSLOW, Rochester,.
The - innocence - and - universallyadmittedpe c t ora
virtues, of the Herbs from..ty Welt the 'BALSAM OF'
HOREHOUND is made, are too generally knOwn
t&require recommendation; it-is-therefore only ne- •
eessary to obierve that this inedeeine. contains the
Whole of their medicalproperties o highly conceal:at-.
ed. and so happily combinesinvith several other ye
- flatland_certain re neily,n4w n -Use, for the air ; •
plaints above mentioned.y.
a speedy remedy for the .111.1ooping: Cough and
Ct:ottp,and atforchcertain reliefin Bowel Complaints',
Ch ohc, _ T o thin " ,B c c,-- lt , isplensiint - tn - theint6;triiir7 --
mitv be.safely given to the tenderest infant and should
be kept at all times in every family, as It -is much
better for the complaints ineident to Children; than .
Paregoric,Godfreys Cordial, or the Cordials so corn..
monly used, - as Itundredi in this City have testiaed. ,
. Read the following.—l hereby certify that -early
'in the spring-of 1-838,1 contracted a . severe UOLIY,
"Whietiletflettnptin thy lungs, and threatened a hasty
Consumption.. I used .several preSeriptions, but oh- • •
!tamed little or no 'relief; I was :much alarmed.— .
Happening to he. in Rochester, I was advised by tnk
friend, Mr. Winslow, to try a ,hottle of his TlATttast
or Honittourco OF did_ so,
and to - nf surprise oh- -
tained. relief at once—anti by the use of that single
bottle was perfectly restored to health. To those -
'allbeted with Colds or Coughs, -at this inclement,
season, I Say "go and do likewise." '
• Pittsford,Alonroe co., Nov. 9, 1638:
Mr. John M. Iltinslow,Druggist......
,--- • . r - Slrrrhavg becii'Mt. a series of yeaafflict
ed with an affection' of the L u ngs, and n hard cough,
pletely exbausteil by excessive coughipg (luring the
night as n person would be by a , hard days labor.
have tried most of the popnlar-remedies of: the day,
hitt never found relief
.tmtilVmet yOur Balsam
of Iforebound. All the other remedies or.palatives,.
that I have it §ed, leave . the bowels in . a•- congested—'
state, \Odle pjurs leaves them soluble and free. This'
I consider n great desideratum. On taking's dose of
-your-Balsam-when- going - to lira, T restquiefiTtliriP—
'the night, and my sleep is refreshing. i take'geettt
pleasure in ree.ommending_your—flalsatir,-of-Horei-7-
boand ltp all those afflicted with pulmonary com
plaints or any disease appertaining to the lungs, and
I take this opporttinity to (batik you .for the greatre
lief mid. benefit t . have exrAleneed through your in
struMentalfty. Tours - ,,with mach respect.
• - MTA
`•";'' heig ,
• • Also: by Druggists generally tbroughout.the.,Oopx
try. Pl'.ice-50 ccntsTperLbottle!
7 • • - .
There is not (Alec:lse-of Fever in a tboucand,lfut •
may be effectually-broken- up and- removed y the
use of this Elixityy It removes :i'll acidity indigestion,
bilious matter and constipation from. the stomach
and bowel:4: It operates_geutly_and-remiectually-on—L---..
ITZIW(iIs; and powerfullyqn die 'kidneys and ;kin.
It removes'ali unpleasant ilutgagsafterla hearty meal, -
and . promqtes a good appetite. It needs °illy a trial
to - give perfect satistimetion. It haslieliiime general
practice with many to use this article in all cases of
'colds, pains in the bones, or beavv_disagreeable
;rig, tendering to headache or'ehdliness. Pprffnarse- --
ness, if taken through the day, it completely restores
the voice without producing sickness. Whooping -
cough, and all 'coughs of children are cured by mt.-
The stomach is kept in perfect order by it, and it is
quite impossible that any (license should commence -
while a person is musing this Syrup.
y• If taken daily it produces a rudy,lienithy,,ano
young appearance, by driving off all the humors of
the system. Sold genuine at 2 Fletcher street; one
door below Pearl street, N. Y. by Comstock &.C0.,,
and by all respectable Druggists.
. For sale also by STEVENSON & DIN
KLE, Carlisle; Pa. '
Balm, of • Columbia.
K NOW L S to whom these pres
Esq. his "Britanic 111niesty's Consul for:the City of
-PMadelphia i do - hereby - certify; Ti l ar Robert Whar ,,
ton).Esq., who attests to theloregoing Certificates ; i s
Mayor of_ the CitY , of Philadelphia; and that Mat-•
thew Esq., is Prothonotary of the Conti. 0 .
Common Pleas for the city and county of Philadel
tibia, to biithWhose signitures, With the Seals of their
respective offices, full faith and credit is dne.
rther...certify.,.thattam _personally_ aequamted
with Joseph L. Inglis,one of the signers of the certi-'
ficates hereunto affixed; which expresses the efficacy'
of the Balm of Columbia, and that.he isa person o f
great respectability, and orthy of full faith and cre-!
(lit; and 'that I have heard him express his nnqualifi
ed approbation of the effects of the 'said Balm of Co
lumbia, in restolring his hair; -
Given under my hand and seal of office, Mille city
of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, the
United States of America. •
• Read the following.. •
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late tlfaVor of
Philadelphia, has certified, as may be seen below, to '
the high character of the following gentlemen..
:The under'signed do hereby certify that 'we have
used ,the Rahn Columbia discovered by J. Old..
ridge;arkd have qund it highly serviceable not only
as a preventive nein% the falling off of hair,but also
a certain restorative. •
WM. THATCHER, senior, •
Methodist. Minister in St. George charge,
No, 86 North Fifth st.
JOHN P. INGLIS; 331 Arch st.
. JOHN D. THOMAS; M. D. 163 RaCe st.
'JOHN S. FURF,Y,lol.Sprucesst
HUGH 'IIIeCURDI% 243 Senth 7th st. •
JOHN' YARD, jr., 123 Arch st.
' The aged, and those who perSist in wearing wigs,
may not always experience its restorative qualities,
yetlit will certainly raise its virtues in the estimation
of the public, whenit is known that three of the a
bove signers are sore than SO years of age, anti the
others not less titan SO.
[From the .71fa.yol
COMAIONW.E4I.III or PENNEMLVANiA4
City of Philadelphia. - •
• I, ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor of said city of
Philadelphia, do hereby certify that I am well \pc
.quainted with Messrs. J. P. Inglis, John S. Furey,
and Hugh McCurdy, whose names are signed, to,the
above certificate, that they are gentlemen of charac
ter and respectability, and as such full credit should .
be given to the.said certificate.
. • In witness whereof, I have hereunto set My hand,
•and caused the seatof the city to beatfixed,
the sixth day of Beconber, Bto.
' •.. HOBERT WHARTON,,Mityor.
fekt.DRIDGES BALM ;COLUMBIA FOR
11-F THE HAIR.—Its positive qualities are rti4ol
Ist. For infant's keeping ; the head free from itcur .
and cansinge luiunant growth of hair.
Wl' 'For : ladies after cliild-bitth;restoring the skin
to its Usualstrength and firmness, and preyenting the '
rolling -out ofthe hair. • -'• l ' !, 4 .
9d. For.any, person recoverin g from any debility'
the sae.elfect is produced. • ' • • ~
• 4th.'ll need in infancy till Rood growth is started,,
it Maybe preserved,by attention ttitbeTatest peliod
sth. it - freinTtlie:Wead from, ..................
the roots, imparts health ond'vigor , to the circulation
and,preyents the hnir. from_chinging Solder Or get"•
tins. gray • • • "" • .• • - w h 6th. It en.
done Nrhen. .•
done up in it over night.i,t V• .7 , , :!!:
No ladieetoilet should ever be rnade7ivithout
•,7th. 'Children %AO linve'hy•Any Means .corittacted
vermin in the_ headi'ara immediately and' erfectli
Cured Ofthently its use. t isn
sale'itthe drug stare of Cemstook'St CO., .