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Splendid Loile ric'79 Edr
._ • . Class A, ftir 1.842.
drawn itt Alexradria,:Va. oL Saturday, the.
• ,22J ofkantoary . , 1842. • '
tiR D-C PiTAIA._
1, prize of :$30,0f10 .14prize of ----$1,863
. .of -10,000 11:) prizes of. I,St )
Ado or. 111 du.. of 1,‘20
'1 do of ' ' 4,000 10 , do . cf. k • 1,0
1 :do 'of 2 500 10 do of 600
1 do of4,oØo' 10 do of SKI
4 'Au of 2,80 . 0 I 10 do 'or •.400
. ?Ist &Awn number .st 6,. 2d *Still immix ,-
i , 414-8d
drazitiiiimber $l4, 4th drawn Oumber $l3, Stli
or 01,i ifi•a tu r $12,10 w est prize' $lO.
Tickets Only $lO-11ulves ss—quarters $250
Cerfifirdies Of puektwes of-25 whole tickets $1.71 :
!DO' .• .25.11sives . _do 65
ID° ." do 25 quarters do V. 50
~ • , , Chtss 13, for 184 q.
Alexiindria V. on Si.tordiry,V2d
1 prize of ~. $40,000 •
aio ' 15,000
do of . 7,000'
.1 41 ., ), of • 5,190 "
6 do, of .231100
Tinke' I b---112tives V.),
Cextificaten of dinekngez of .26 tikets $l4O
. 4tn rfu f 36 indf do 70 •
. • do • .14,, , iinntter do 35
. For Tickets dud Share. or Certificates of Pad:-
a* in the nho%;*e Splend totteries,—addiTss
4. 4 • • .1. G, 0 in.:Galt St. GO. Alkiniwers;
' WasliingtonCity , 1). C.
DrowingA tent iminediatt.l% ;tiler they' stre.over to
all• Iv ordat• its above. *
,• No Ire e •
• Estate Dr. John Frazer, deed.
T ETTFAIS OF A IMILNISTII ATION no the
'esttite 'Of Dr. John Frazer, lute of SoulkMitl-•
dlemn township, deed., have' been granted to the
subscriber 'residing in said Itou nship: Nolict: is
bevel'''. given to all perttptis havior claims opinst: said
estate to to present them for settlement, and those in
dethted to make p , yment on or Lethre the first of
Februnr next,.t r '
All-perg'ortiiachirti to tit O.- ii,pl,tocriber two loirrlm
tioti'fiel sett le. thd r re aoeouitts 13 . 1 the
Ist of ihtitt.t4 nes•t: „
Car'Ke, 3, 1341
E. El 0 lit W1N,40 "IN - ( 1).
71 o"e ioca . tel. irk Carlisle for tke purport
. of monufacturing and
ThlthaW WS . PatC)lt HO,- -A i
Cooking St -oyes:"
imimsed upon by the in..
trodoction of now and-highly.reconinesdleil articles
whThti they have been indticea to purchase, and which
linV.O been so s.inhtly mule, and of Silth had materi
' ni, did inn short time this havelitilisl and become
useless. We, therefore, do not intend taming. stoves
for sale until they are fairly tried holds community,
and pronounced more duridile in their eonstrtiction;
-better adapted to the purposes of boiling, baking and
vurieties of cooking than any_o'her Stoveiolso,
that they ate agreat savin'g of fuel as well as labour.
(ey We earnestly invite' &tuners as well as real
deots:Of this place anti the irtigtthoring villages, to
call-on us at S. Wonderlich4 hotel', or notify us by
letters (postage unpaid) that they' ere willipz to_ try
mite stove--Mul :the stove shall be placed in
.kitchen ofescry perSon.giving .ita such 'notice, and
taken away after trial, without any expease to . per
sons malcing.tho trial. .
The stoves will be kept' for sale at-tile Tin Shop
of Mr..lacsoh.Fridley,and nt the - Foundry of Alessi's.
Lay ond.Stoulfer, in Carlisle.
'Having contracted for One Hundred "Tony of
Castings, weAvill, in a few days, supply stove deal
ers- with all the d'llfcrent sizes, on the most liberal
-r. bnisoN • •
ELEAzott it . , of Carlisle, is agent
for selling the right to th:ike and vend.the HOT A lit
£TOVL, and will dispose of counties in this and the
adjoining States. •
We publish the following renamentlations from
souse of -those who are using the stave to taittourav
othcra to try it.
Cordiale Sent. la, I sal.
nave in use in my kitchen Jae of llathaways pat
..•eatt Hot . tkir Cooking Stoves, end can recommend it
as a very superior article. The one I have is No. S.
It has 5 boilers and nn oven sulljuiesitly large to bake
.The baking, roasting and broil
• • lug can all he done rd the same Anne and with metal
less wood than is required for any stove which we
• This size appears to he peculiarly calculated for
' , Farm era, and for their benefit.l invite them to call
' • and see this stove in use, as I shall_ take pleasure in
showing this stove to all whom interest or curiosity
mayltiduce to extunitte it.
.1 SI NlaN• WUNDERLICH.
• •-• • • 'Carlisle,-Sept. 11,1841.
Afesers. E.-Robinson & Co.—G EvrLemrv , l have
during-the - few. days I have had your Hathaway's
Hot Air Stove in use, become convinced of its
-great snperiority over another stoves I have used or
• seen. • I find.by the trial 'that boiling, roasting, bak
ing; and-broiling may all be done at the same time,
in a most pertect manntr; and with lets than one
fourth the fuel 'I have ordinarily used for-the same
purposes, 'l.l.tatre heretofore been of the opirdpn that
bread could not be Well baked .in a cooking stove,
but I am convinced upon trial that, it can be dope as
well in your stove as an *shriek oven.
• '1 hri,ieve that the : general introduction of your
stove into use will be very beneficial, to- the public,
therame I _HMI take pleasure in reepromending it
to my friends. Years respectfully,. ...
• • : WILMA:NI AIOUDY.
.• Crtrlisle, Srpl. 10,1841.
• • Meng,. E. Rtibliiion 13 - Go.r4ietulemen, 1 have
• fairlftested the." Hot ;Air-Stine" which you put up
at my twits°, andosan recommend it as posseasing
principles of economy Anil.: convenience far: somas
. magnify 'ether stove which.l have ever seen.
Inc immediate contact with the
fire givei it great facilities for boiling, and t'te oven
is heated'on such n principle that bread- is baked in
• as fine a inannee.astn,elmick.oven.. I find it also a
t-.lloo,ogitityttilt andlabotire anti Would advise all
to„allopqt. - " INIITCHLEL. McLELLAN.
Sept. 6, 1841.
1 do'certify that Ilim"now bsingopg of Hathaway's
b . :Patent Ito Air Cook , stoyes, No. .13;aiiil: recom
mend it Os-superior to any stove 1 haye seen, the
great, saving of fuel; and' the_vnlietnhat can In cook
ing arthe-sanae time, makes it an objeCt to those who
wish to facilitate the operation's inhe kitchen. • •
• -.MS.:, CULBILRTSON, .
• • .'leitrlisleol,' ember.l4. •
": • • • rl-3
ivy u4sOlis* -
111 ave receiNeti, iiiiil..alll open :ibis' clay; . a fresh
supply of dry i goodconia severallaieces of carpeting,
in South Hanoi)en street, in '- mincli - iireet bargains
are alwqs 'offered by - • :
. •CHARLES 11ARN1TZ..
December 15 1841.
Diamond, Beavei., and - Pilot clothi-"-
JuiriVCehied fur , late nfiettliced pi id'eslip
- • • CLIPPINgER, ta..CARX.
° Sbippensburg Dee.. 22, 181. - - •
lik/ERlNOES...Freneh,German and F.ng
Wit Merin esonstrceivad an 'extensive assortment,
at thd - stare of - • - • .
• 01.MMINPER Br—CAREY:*
Shipp en Lb urg; Dew 29;180 •
Water Prciof Boois!
JuAt.rqcctived for Afea & Boys. wear and selling
to snit the imesat hiecheapstore. .
tat i 8 it MIAS. tIGICtiVg;
Tetriperance, -- Almatlacts
• B. Pt Tigrh
, 104».izt-s;Of . .$1;050
CO do of .• MOO
60' .01 ; 1,000
60. .410 of son'
70 do 01 l!CK)
--I_'elts.e"s AC lar fi Essence of
fflorehottnit Candy: •
The mthseriller having been' appointed General
Agent for the above celebrated artieTei respectful!)
offers it to the public'either w holesale or retail..
(5-Purchasers are requested to beware toute
open,tsi a 'new am! Band,
40111 V ass'urtioent of ' „ n
7~'~tll anal Winter'filoods,.
enosisting of Iciper'llieck, blue black and other Cloths.
Cns:4 in errs. Sn t t new s!ylst . estiivox variety.
or Nrniist, de !Aloes, second • monroing -hod. black
ill ito, 'lltibct cloth, Welsh Fin - noels. Rogers ditto
for blab:tits% GI )ye , i, I - 19siers. Folgings, !dices, cam 7
blies, Oil GI iths, Atilt:lids, Ribbons, Merino Shirts
Gr.o. - W. firi•Nr.lt
A LSO, • •
Qtteensto ape- : attei-,Gr.ocerics-,--
SPICES,E?c ; a grent.rariely of other goods
all of which' he will sell at a small profit to son the
limes. Don't.forget to call on
Carlh.le ; Sept. '29;
A !MON :itcst rvciiir , l4l and for sale by J. & E
. 1 73 Cornman.
AcKEREi; mid •Codfisb • for bale by J. tc E
/VIM; best of lileneltMl Sperm and ll'hale Oil for
.1 sale by : • . J. iz E. Cornman.
13ICIMING Vinegar-air sale by J; &E. Corn
UG.tR !loose and New Orleans :1101:153e3 of the
best quality for sale by J. & E. Coalman:.
11 OAF and Litmp.Sugam • Tho - subscribers have
received a large supply of Loaf and Lump
Sugar, which they offer for solo, wholesole or rctai
nt reduced prices. . • J.•'bt E. Cornman. •
0 PERM Candles for ink by J. & E. Conapinn
0- Collide, Oct. ‘20,15,M.
lost received nt the store of ANDREW RICII
ARUS, a general assortment of .
Fall & Winter Goods,
consisting in part of Wool and Cloth dyetlillack,
Blue, Invisible Green, Adalaide, Olive anti Green
aLOTES . •
Black, Brown, Invisible Green, Olive, Dist - mond.
Beaver and Pilot Cloths; Black, Blue; Brown mixed
plain and figured Cassimeres, new style.
Sat; nett s of assorted caiors,from 50 cents to $2,00,
beaverteeets, jeno cords, canton flannels; red, white,
yellow and green flannels:-=ticks, and muslins. -
6-4 3-•1 merinoes, moslaln-de-laine and Saxony cloth,
.figured. and - plain, 'Figured, plain, striped, barred
jackinett and swiss mmilins. Fawn, mouse, black,
blue black, slate, figured and plain silks. Bonnet
sass and ribbons, new style. . Shawls,
hosiery and shoes. Cloth and fur caps Carpeting,
hearth rugs, floor cloth, baizes, and blankets. Color
ed and *Mid carpet yarn., Fresh Mackerel,togeth
er with a general assortment of Queenswar•e and
Groceries, which will be sold, at moderate prices at
Carlisle, October 20 , 1541.--tf. , • • ,
The subscribers have ' just received at the store
room iately:'Occuided by Mr. C. Foster, in North
Ilanover Street, Carlisle, a large and general assort
aa , tB (D.lnn Itki a al tle
E : Glass and .
4 1,.„,11t e _ .. N S WAR E.
'whiclithey will sell on the most liberal terms. They
invite the public to call and examine.
J. & E. CORNMAN.
:S. DUN LA P - - ADAIR
7ftttoyarry_ .at Lair, - •
Ilas'removed loin offyoe to' No. 3...'noetem!elldw .
on the pl , tthuic square. : ' '
Cai e,0et. , 16,1841.. --+
ILVerlßO:taint Cured -bytke
Hurlich's Compound Strengthening and
Aperient Pills. Mr, William Richards, or Pitts
..borg, Pa. eotirely eared of the above distressing
Asease:: .:fiis.symptoms were pain and weight in the,
left sure:leis apfietite;vorinting.tierid eructittiOns,
n',distentkon of thestomitilvititik theathiche, furred'
tongue,nounteirrance'cliatiged to a eitron;color, diffi
culty. of breathing,"diaturbed rest,
,attehded `with a
,cOugh,great debility„.with other ayinptoin a indicating,
great derangeinent ofthe functions of the I iver.' ; Mr.
-Rich:tide had the itriici:of,le:vexii..phisicians, but
received Km relief, natl.! .using Dr. flarlich's Medi
tertirdnated in effecting a p4rfect cure.,
OFFICE.; No. 19 North Eighth
Street, PhilidelPhiti, Where testimonials May be
• ' Foratile Ity John ,I,lllyersillt , Pifi. - ;Cailiale; and
PeO;Sitippetuthurg,Pa., 7 • „dee. 15.
TS hereby given that - Litters' •of Adminiistration,
with the-will-annexed, on the last will and tes
tament of John Villiatnion, late of the city •of
Charleston, State of South Carolina t tleiseased,werc
issued on the 10th u:tima by . the - Regieter or Cam;
berlend county, Pq. to the ,subscri per, who' resides
in Shippensburgiii the 'said county Of Cumberland;
till persons having dui rns'orttestin nds againettliem•
tate of the WildAecidesili are requested' to •iniskii
knowp the lame irittioatitelai f and , those indebted
to InaU'ltanttOtit-t0 , , ,
Y chide of a ivrit from (lie Iloul Assort' V. Pim
•• sons, Preiiiilletit Judge of . thu 12di Judicial
District of Pennsylvania, bearing . date ut Carlisle,
ilicAdid:iy of December. A. DAS4I, • . .
reby — *a•r iveit-, •
dint 3 Silo:lACourt is ill he held Iti• the aid lion
.Ansost-N.-Parsutis r utid-the , A window Jut Go of-the
'Conk of Compton Pleas of CuMbeilatut aunty,
the Court Ilmise •In 'the-borough GI-Clultsle, com
mencing on Monday the 21st of February,
184'2, to continue 'bile week,- fur the trial of eekain
causes &printing in the Court ,of Common Pleas Of
Cumberland comity, In which the lion. Samuel
Hepburn was concerned es counsel for one of the
'parties. priortto his oppliatmet as-President Judge
of the 901..ludicial•Dtstrict—said climes being em
braced Within the provisions of the nth section or
an Act of the Ceneiitl ASsembly, passell the 'l4th
1144,rclalice to the organization of Courts
of Justice. Of said Special Court,-Jitrors and all
personivonceitted,.Vvill take Untice. • - • .
• • •;el r l , S r i ff.
.• • Sheriff's Office,
Carlisle,fluc. '29,1114i. • •
-,l9st received to dozen PAI.BI 1100DS, nta JO'
sale Ity • CIIAS. amtNtrz.
Decembe 15, 1541. ' .• .
.Itnt re.iTived a (Veal' supply 1111ES,aiid
forsale,by CII AS. BAR:NM:Z.
December 2.9,1841. • , -
1.1 cgs le:Jvit to return his thanks to the public for
he 'Euro:Lige hitherto ext:mtled..to him, and respect- .
illy ht - runt his customers and the people generally,
,at he still combines the business of ' -
• • Cabinet Offitleing , 9 . •
in all its branches,
m, at, Ids old stand -street,
•whe he is al ly to attend.ti orders in his
. • •
'CarUsk, Nov 10,1341
Also Niens, \Vnmens' and Childress'
Leather & Morodeo Shoes & BoOts.
• • Adm*iiiith'!rill annexed.
Else. 1;1841.---6t..,• •
' IT - lit..**4 : : iii itlft:sl- I )*•.ttAilit , 4:**.* 9:01roOli 14:Jo-v..*
. -Crain' . Bella i ir - tio. ~
:5, „.. ...... .... •- •.,;;C.....
W lt'- .742. 7 -!1" F ., 7 . 4-, - "'" - .•-$ 2 -11: 6: e 1141:a . ' .
..".: - ING MERCHANTS, ' '".
Have removed to the capacious Warehouse recently
Occupied by I). Leech St Co. at thenortli,westoorner
of-Cherry-and Broad-street„Philadelphia. '___,
FrOni the facilities Which the loitation and internal
linsangernent of 'This' depot afford, 30 to 40 Burthen
Cars can be accotrunadatedio untoadrind load at the
same time with sufficient room to store 20,000. barrels,
of Flour, and 400 to Goo, ton of Grain excluaivo ofthe
forwardingtlepartment. . ..: 0 - ' '•
Produce.of every Ilespription will be+ recelved - as
usual on consignments, and liberal advances made on
receipt (if required) until ,safes are effected. . .
' . - - • - --- - CII4IG, BELLAS . 8t Co.
'N'grth-west corner of Cherry & Broad st.
, . • Pldladelphia.
. , ••• .
' , , • , REEERIMCES. . •
W. S. Cobean, Cashier: ,
Itentlersow & Parker, Carh ‘,.. • • .
!Teary Rhoads, • •
Sannderson St Bosserrnati, J.. ,- • '
Jcool, Swayer, JV'ewpille. '
David Ncvini Shiptensburg:
3' . Liman .4 iiiitli; I.:sq. Cashier; I Chambersiurte
Eyster, Huta k Co, ' , • . -7 .
- , Robert•Fleminr,, • - •
• Catherwood.SeCraig; - ' .
Wm. it. Thompson 8t Co.
White!' & flrown, ' ' J .'
~. . '
Between 'Mechanicsburg and
Philadelphia or Baltimore.
or Rail; 110.111 j: OR C.AAPAL].
HEsub . scribers grateful for past favors,
- beg - leare toinforin their friends and.the public
generally, that they still continue to' run a line of
buethen Cars reg ularly between Mechanicsburg and
duce gall descriptions will be forwarded with care'
and despatch at the lowest rates of-freight.
• Produce will be received at their Ware House;
in Mechanicsburg, and fOrwarded to either Phila
delphia or Baltimore;accordiuz to the direction Of
n- The highest price will be given for Slnient
N.. B. —Plaster of .I*aris antl.Salt. always kept on
for sale at thelowest. prices. . ,
•• • • • .
-:- :DtAINITY / aAINS,T IaSS-;..„. •
-: ..-- BY. - F I RE'. - • .
THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COM
. PANY OP PHILADELPHIA, ' .____
apitit/s4oo,ooQiaid in.—Garter Pgipou al,
Ic°N .- LIN ILTE to make Insurance, Permanent - and
I•imiied; on every description of Property, in
NV N AND COUNTRY, on the usual tatorable
terms. , . • .
OFFICE, 16.33, Chesnut street, near Fifth street.
CHARLES N. BANCER, President.
Cu sittEs.N. SANE:HER, Ssuust. GRANT, iz.,
37131 - EGSCHOTT, '.-
- - " Fitll:l6l6K lino ww,
. 7 4 11031A8 Harr, jAoOII - R. SMITH, . '
- TIIMABI. WHARTON, ' GEO. W. RIGIIARDS, '
. TonlAs WAGNER, !Simms:6ll.D. Lr.wts.
CHARLES G.. ISANCKER, Secretary. .
4, - _The - subscriber, Agent for - the above Company
for the horough of Carlisle and
. vicinity ovill prompt
ly attend to all applications for , Insurance, whether
mile personally or [Wiener. Residence' Main street,
nearly opposite the Car Office.
. IVNI. - D. SEYMOUR,
. . .
March 31, 1841.---ly .
Bar Iron, Glass, &c.
Just received at the-New Store of the subscribers.
4 , Tona BA fl IRS 4 - 4 of first rate quality, and
for sale very low for cash, per consignment, 90 half.
Boxes 8 by. Hi and 10 half Doses 10 by 12
Western Glass, •
in good order,for sale to Merchants at Pittsburg
prices, and Duncannontest -
NAILS, BRADS AND SPIKES,
at :Manufacturers prices,olsn. on band Witherow's
Celebrated patent PLOUGHS, FLAX-SEED OIL,
by the gallon, or Darrel, OIL MEAL, Welherill
& Tiro s. Pure WHITE LEAD, MAHOGANY
BOSSWIMAN & HUTTON.
'Particle, Mny.'s, 1841.
GOLDEN BALL HOTEL
.SIGH ST., CARLISLE.
• The .subscriber, thankful for past . favors, hereby
notifies the public•geleraliy. that be still continues
at theold stand,nearly opposite the College Camputi,
where he will at all times be found ready - and wil
ling to accommodate in Abe best possible manner,
Those who marfa,vor him with asall. -The House
is located in the most business part of the town, and
is near-the stopping place of the Cars on the Rail
Road. The ROOMS are large and airy-the TA
BLE will be supplied with the very hest the markets
can furnish , -and the BAR with thechoicest Liquors.
His charges are reasonable, and he will endeavor to
merit by assiduity and attention a continntmce of pub
lie patronage. • .
BOARDERS taken by the week, month, or year.
DROVERS and TRAVELERS will find it to their
interest to stop with him,as he has plenty ofstabling,
and a careful OSTLER always at hand.
Carlisle, Sept.& 1 8.1.1 --tf:
In the Court of Conunon Pleas of Cinn
frerhind -county. Noveinber 1841
.Sktles Woodburn, surviving Trusiee of Stitisuel
Caldwell, presented to the court' n , account of the
"execUtiod'of his trust„and*Monday the 10th day, of
January, A. 1). 1842, is appointed fOr itb confirma
tion and allowance Ville court, if no objections be
made—of which . all persons intereited will take
GF.O. SANDERSON, Proth'y.
Carlisle, Dec. 8,1841.--6 t.
ATTORNEY" AT .LAW.
Office in High street a few door§
west of the Post Office.
Carliele t April 28,1841.—tf
• : Dental :„Surgery.
9111 E SUBSCRIBER , respectfully` tenders his
11. :grateful acknowledgments to the public forthe
,very liberal dlitwe of patronage he has received dur
lug the peat year, and would still continue to Offer
theitt his professional services in their various bran
ches at hiarecidence,No. 7, Harper's HoW.- He files,
cleinses, and. prugdiectil,and ;.titserts incorruptible
tarrer mettilic artificial teeth in :the most approved
mariner. Chdrges tilwaysmoderate. l
- • • . 3. C. NEFF, M. D.
: Carlisle r March 515,1830.-T-if' • ' .
Dry - Goo& at Cint. -
The pabscriberlis nowAlbring Ids entire stock,of
dry goods at cost for cash, 'consisting in part of
CLOTHS; 42'042 SSIIKER ES: C. 9 SST
NETTS,4'fit .from 34 .Ott. to 01,20.
'IIEQII!iOES from 25 cents to 0,25.
A good assortment of Thibet, Drciobni
Moue de laines,Citintieeanci'6llnoes; a variety, of
also Coiton'Edgings and Quilling., silk and cotton
Thule; -Bonnet and Dress Silks, Chene and Plaid
lionitet and Neck Ribbons; Gloves and Hosiery of
, • GEO. 'W. HIETNER:
Deoinctlie 8;1841.' • '
Young.Pryson Invierla4..Gai•o der, and Black Tes,juot received , very fine and fresh. • •
. • ' CHAS. OGILBY,
NpiT Cooking: Stove.
JACOB, FRIDLEY, North .lianoveestreet, oppo
site CoolllMatle Hate!, is agent fol. the sale of Ratite
Rot - . fir.Coofang ,StovcOr
Which he warrants toile 100 per ceni hetter than any
other stove heretofore known.
; Farraers,'lraveru keepers and others are invited to
take tilos - a - With - Fedi irtar,iiiififilefarenot pleased
with the operation ot,the stove, or the piice,they may
. . ,
he returned. .
- . ..; J. F. still coptinues to
' keep an'hand
.................! , -
-'---:' - ' --. ;-:'—L r ils( l / 4 ? /). . cffitolorro.
..s., ---....Lr i "d 4,4 ,of all deSriptions, arming
[ ‘kk.,,,L.'fr-::. '.l ra-„ vAielt are the improved
' - , -;' , 4V. , :. n,.. '.'-'::- .<l.,_) Rotary Cooking. stoves so
universally approved; stove
____ . - t genera assortment of Tint
Sheet iron and Copper ware, which he will dispose
of on reasonable terms.
Orders in 'roWn and Country, for House Spoutirig
or'other work promptly encoded to. . .
Carlisle; Sept. 15,4841.—ty. • ..
- DR., STEWART, •
13otanic . .Prac,titioneis
of Medicine - and Obstetrica No..
•2 Aiexander°s . Row, near the
Rail Road Hotel,
ESPECTFUILA Y informs his friends and .the
public generally, that (through solicitation) he
has removed from Shiremanstoyn to Carl isle, where
he may be found of all times,unless professionally
engaged. The afflicted shall at 'sit all times be treat- .
ed with purely Vegetable Meclicines,"No Poisons,"'
and in strict accordance with the principles laid
down by that great reformer in medical science, Dr.•
Chronic eases, such as ConSumptionaiLiver-Com--
plaints, Dropsies, Rhemnotisms, and Cancers, arc
more particularly informed that the New System is
admirably. adapted, to their cases.' •
Invalid from a distance can be accommodated
with Boarding while under medical treatment, on
: _Carlisle, July
4. THE, CAUSE OF CONSUMPTION.—SimpIe
na these complaints are usually considered, no
can deny their tieing the most common cause or this
fatatind , distressing disenie.. •11 is indeed' a" melon ;
Ittioly, truth, that thousands fall-victima to Consump•
tion evdry'year fronrifo Other cause than fleelrefed
61(14'. Net we fiat hundreds, nay thousands .who
treat such compl'a'ints with the:greaiest
and let them run on for weeks and even months with
olitthinking:of the da_agee. At first you have what
you may coosider a slight cough or cOld i . you allow
Inisiness,rdensure orcarelesanessto preventyou froM
giving it any attention;. rt then settles Amon ,your
breast, yOu become hoarse, have Indio; in the sideor
chest,. expectorate large qiinntities of matter, per
haps'Mixed with blood, a difficulty of breathing en
sues, and then you find your own 'foolish neglect has
brought on• this distressing complaint. -If Mien .you
value lino or - health, be warned in time, and don't
trifle - with you riCouni . or vast' tunny - quark tidifriiril
in cure you,lnit immediately procore n bottle or two
of -that filming remedy; the 'UlAtsmit or WILD
OnEntiv," which is well known'to.be the most speedy
cure ever knownos thousands will testify whose
lives have been stivedhy it. • , •
mj- Be very particular When you purchase to ask
for Dr: WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CIIEDAY," as
there is also a svaur of this name in use.
Prepared, wholesale nod retnil,by WILLIAIVetik
Co., Chemists, No. SJ South Fourth street, Phila
Sold in Carlisle by .
. SAMUEL - ELLIOTT.
• Price One Dollar a Bottle.
October 20, 1841.—Iyi.
By the extraordinary virtues of that unrivalled
medicine, the "BALSAM OF WILLD CHER
RY," the well-known famous remedy-for CON
SUMPTION AND LIVER COMPLAINT,
COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS
CROUP, WHOOPING COMM, &c.
• Willi arnaNtry, Sept. 4,1841.
To Dr. WISTAR—Dear sir, it gives Me great
pleasure to say, Ittave found much relief from your
Balsam that 1 have to send to you for more. I have
onlymsed three bottles,Taut of the half dozen I pur
chased, yet it has done me more good than all the
medicine I have ever taken before. A neighbour of
mine whose Wife Wits very low with ConsumJtion,
persuaded me to let him have some of it, and bought
three bottles, which she has taken also. I saw her
a•few days ago, and she told me she be.lieved.it was
the-only thing that had 'saved her life. She had tri
ed every thing before,but nothing did her any good,
and when she commenced taking it was sick in bed,
.but is now up, and looks better than I ever saw her
'before.. As for myself I am sure it mill , cure me
entirely„for I feel better every day. Send ane six
bottles more by the bearer, as my neighbor wants
They sincere friend,
• ' SAMUEL COL'S
D rThe genuine BalsaM sold 16-Carlisle by
Price One Dollar a Bottle.
Sept. 22,1841.-6 m.
Read what it has Done.
• Anil if you have a friend, a relation, or know any
one that is afflicted. with that distressing disease,
" CONSUMPTION," persuade them, without •de
lav to try that famous and 'unriveled medicine, the'
"BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY:" which has
cured thousands of this cbmplabit after every thing
else had failed. Read the following undoubted
proofs of its efficacy. ,
Rottoononon, Sept. 10 1841. •
DEAR Stn:—PleanOsend me two bottles more of
your Balsam of Wild Cherry,•like that you sent me
before. I hive taken nearly all of the first two, and
confidently believed this medicine will cure me. I
have used 9 great many' trimedies within the last
year, but have neverfound any thing that has rel ieved
me so much. It has stopped my cough. entirely,
•checked my night sweaty, and I sleep better at night
and feel better in every way thin I have for many
months. Yours, respecttUlly,
. JAMES KELLY.
Houtzsriono, Sept,•l2. 18 , M.
' Fnmte Wilrrica mestagain trouble thee to
send me two bottles more of thy.invalueble Balsam.
have now taken three heftiest nail, and can assure
thee that it has done memoregoodlhanall the medi
cine I have ever taken hefore. Beful by the stage as
soon as possible, arid oblige thy frierid,
' • .• JACOB 1110LLOWAT.
• - Brava, gept.lB AMC
Dzari Docron.—Hearing so many people talk of
the wonderful cures your Balsam of Wild Cherry
has made in. Consumption, I sent to one of your
Agentellae other day for ibottle, and have found it
I to have relieved me so much, that I want three , hot
more Bent-soon, as I believe it will 'sure me 'too. ,• 1
have mitt Jayne's Expectorint and otherinedieines
hesides,,but nothing has ever done me as much` ood
as yours has. Send by the steamboat Boliver.
• ; Yours truly, . • .. WILLIAM THOMAS.',
• Cj`llesides its astanishing. efficacy in Consular.
Um), it is also the most effectual remedy ever disetni
ered for LIVER- COMPLAINTS, ASTHMA,
BRONCHITIS; COUGHS; CROUP, • WHOOP
ING .COUGH; Sto.; as, hundreds - will testify . who
have been cured , by flatter all other remedies' WO'
DRUGGISTS and DEALERS,WiII find this mi
dicine a valuable addition to their stook, and shod!
always keeplt sin hand, as it is universally aoknow=
ledged lobe orie of the most useful family meiiiielnes
now in bee: . .. ' • • • ' ',
IrYße very rtionlar to ask for Dr. WISTAR'S
BALSAM 0 WILD CIIERR.Y. , Sold wholesale
and retail by ILLIA MT & Co., Chemists,No. S 3
South Fourth teett'Philadelphia. -..----,
ricrThe . - luite-..Balsam mild in
-I'..hale by, SO OTT, appoi ' nt
dA - g e : nt —
'Prie l • ~ 1-,, .
'Coppersniii.k. Sheet Iron: and'
• -• Tin-plate :Worker.
'Respectfully informs the public generally that he
still continues his business at the .014 Stand, North
Hanover street, next door to the Cabinet Shop , of
William C. Gibson, where hi has now on hand, and
is still manufacturing, every article in the line
his trade; consisting of -
Hallo s',,Fullers'ond WaBh
K E_ lr_ E
Tea Kettles,, Tin-ware of every
-. ping .Pans,-- - Drunis,'Stc,.. -
• He has also for sale the bestassortment of Corn
mon,Cooking and Parlour
J O I L;
ever offered in this place. Ills common wood stoves
And cooking stoves are of every size and variety;
and his parlour Stoves (for wood or coal) aye of the
newest patterns.' .He has in addition the Rotary
cooking stoves, the 'Radiator stoves and Radiator
drums for parlours, which are unsurpassed for cont
fort and economyy, in the use of-fuel.
All Of which he offers on the lowest tortes for
Carlisle, Ang.'ll 8, 1&11.---y. • •
-N. B. Old Lead, Pewter,Copper and Leather tA"
ken in-exchange-for-stoves n -or-copper-waret.-,--
W M-. C .-G 113 S O-N
Still. eontinues• the Cabinet MalCink. in all its vs* .
Ono's: hranches, at ins. old stand in Neeth
- Street t tWo. doordatove the store of'Wm. Leonard
where he is now manufacturing, and intends keeping
on - Intod,a grot.priety
CABINET - FURNITUR E , _
such as Sid hoards; Pier,
,Dining and Ilrenkfast Tables, Bedsteads, &c., of the
most fashionable kind, all of which he will dispose
of on the most reasonable terms. He is also prepa
red to fill all()Hera for SPRING SEATED SOFAS
and FANCY CllAlRScwarranted to be of superior'
quality. . . .
He will also furnisk COFFINS at the shortest no
aice-,and . having-recently-procured-w-Nsw-HEAlltir,
he is prepared to attend funerals in the country.,
' •Carlisle;August 4, I 841.---ly
'.,' r ;h r- ' it - edi lir"
ALWAYS - BEAR Tj-lESE IN MIND.
Stafford comity, Va. Sept. 7.1840.
Dear wine to let you know that the Lord
has done great things for me,, whereof I am glad.—
When I saw you in Fredericksburg, I think I said
I had been aflicted with a very acid (sour) stomach,
and subject to a violent ;minis' my head for more than
twenty yFers, for which I took and soda three
The aubscriber hits recently received • larye .add '- oy four•simes every day for this many years, with .
tional supplie s of, or•no ribef, and my legs and ankles were so
IllletlialseS, Colors, Dye-Stillfs, • m
my b uc husi swnesilled t ßut siWnhat. I you m nab leadet,at iints. to attend to
s.me a present:ot
Linseed SAL Turpentine, Copal a box of your Family Pills I have"taken`ime or trio
Varnish, Painters' Brushes, v arn i s h of them at night in going to 'bed, and now my acid
stomach isrelieved '
tlie swellii it, my legs Iris nem--
Brushes,,Hair Brushes'; Spernzaceti Oil,- ly disappeared,
and I do not think that I have been
(very fine) - Spernkcandles, Soaps in great hindered one day with the pain in my bead 'since I
variety; Glass Lamps, Cap and . Letter began to take ynur valuable medicine. I. think the
Lord directed you-to Fredeticksburg ' to administer
.Paper, Fruit; Spices, Perfumery, 4c. 4.c. 'to my relief. ("Blessed be his holy nam ej am greatly
which he will sell to Physicians, Merchants relieved.) here is living in my neighborhood a
and others, WHOLESALE or by RETAIL, at poor old woman who hail been sick a long time and
could get no relief , at leng th I purchased a box of
the. lowest rates ' acing purchased entirely your pills and gav
them to her, after' a while I saw
for cash he will offer bargains to those her out and about her business, and she said that the
who wish to Waage at wholesale. one box had cured •her. I have spread the fame of
S. ELLIOTT. .1 your valuable medicine amongst my. acquaintances,
• I and nanny have purchased. Now,
as it respects my
'self, my friends tell me when I go to town, that they
haie not seen me look so well for many years, and I
say to them, ' I will tell you the secret why; a short
lime ago I met with a Di :Daviesin town; and he gave
me a box of pills, and they have made me look as
you now see me.' And now, my friend, I hope that
the Lord will continue 'to be with you, and make you
Useful to your fellow-creatures, as he 'has hitherto
done. I-remain with respect, 1• •
Cummrs Buyer. °
Several-Females havebeen•oured of the falling of
the womb, by taking very small (loses at intervals.
Harper's Terny,..ittguat 11,1840.
Da. Wnt. DAVIES.—Dear Sir:—l am happy to in
form you and the public, that I have -been cured of
that dreadful disease the Rheumatism, bytakingyour .
Family Pills. I have been• laboring under that dis
ease for more than a year, during which time I tried
the skill of the best physician without effect; 8t length
I was induced to try your-medicine; I found relief
after takinehalf 'a box, I continued to take them until
I had taken five boxes; my age is 71 years, and I eon-
Bider that none but the old and rheumatic persons
know how grateful I feel to the medicine that has
restored melo health.
Yours, respectfully, JOHN Diu.
WE, the undersiined t amagenfa at Harper's Ferry
for the sale of Dr. Davies" Family Pills ' we know
our neighbour ) Mr. Dye; sold him the pills of which
lie speaks so highly, and believe his statement to be
Respectfully, IV. & K. B. Arinzusorr.
Mrs. C. Burton, near Locust street, was diseased'
or seven years with a luinp in the left side,bumps
all over her skin pains around the small of her back
running into-her stomach, which prevented her (to
use her own words,) from eatingone particle of meat;
the first dose removed the. lump and two b nes set
her it liberty.
I was severely -diseased with the blind piles for
twenty months, and prostrated from the loss of bloodt,
and one and a half boxes of Davies Family Pills has
made-in entire cure of me. • . • ' J. JOHNSON.
Washington; D. C., May 7,1841. ' • •
Manufactured and sold wholesale and. retail., at
No. 265 South third street Philadelphia; and by Mr.
Jonx GRAY, Carlisle; general agent for Cumberland
Also, for sale by W. & T. Loudon, Kingstown;
Eckels Sr. Fireoyid,Hoguestown, AL. G. Rupp, Shire
manstown,J. Longnecker; Wormleyablirg; H. Been
.eer.nan, New Cumberland; Stephen Culbertson,Ship
pensburg; Wm. Barr, Newville ; James Leeby,
Newburg; Henry Leaa, Mechanicsburg; Josiah
-Hood, Springfield; John Hood ,Stouglistovin. a
• colePersolis wishing to become Agents intim villa
ge(' In which the pills are not Sold .in-Cumberland
county, will be supplied , with them by calling on Mr.
Jelin GraY,Carlisle;toa.,4lo4e empowered to ap-,
point agents. Family' Pills kto those who. purchase
to sell again will be charged $2 • per•doten• cad]; or'
$2 25 to sell on commission! - and the Pidia - cea Blood
pills at $4 cash, or $4 50 on commission. Retail
price fir fauiily piths 25 eta. per box; l Panacea blood
pills 50 'cents per box. Full directions for using'
them accompany each-box. • • •
Carlisle, Sept. is; 1841.---.6m.
March 24, 1841.
Mew *Hardware; •proccrys.
'THE subscriber has just returned from
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
merly occupied by Geo. W. Hitner,) a general as
Hardware, tone Ware, 'Cedar. Ware,
Brittania, Ware,. Groceries Oils,
.Varnishes, , Glass, Brush-
. . .
.es, Whips, Canes, Lamps for
burning Camp.hine .oit,r
stud a great variety of articles useful and necessary
for furnishing and keeping a houie . . He hatialso,and
will constantly keep' on /and
a cheap and elegant substitute for sperm oil; and
having.been appointed the agent of Messrs. Backers
and Brother of Newark N. J.., for the sale of Jone's
Patent Lamps in , this'county, he is prepared to fur
nish Lamps and Oil, at a very: reasonable rate toall
who may wish to use this new and economical light.
Having selected his goods himself, and made his
purchases for cash, he is able, and is determined to
selll ow, •
Those having the cash to laftut.will find it to their
advantage to give hin.s.,a. call.
Carlisle , J uly 8, 1840.--tf.
CROUP IN CHILDREN.
MOTHERS, .BE ON. YOUR GUARD.-This
the season when this destructive complaint attacks
your interesting little children, often robs you of
those you fondly dout c;n,and carrieshundreds to the
grave. Every mother should therefore, know its
symptoms, wateh them closely, and always be 'pre
pared.with a remedy to cure it, as many are daily
sacrificed by sack neglect., At first the little patient
Vs, seized with a shivering, it grows restless, has
flushes of heat,the eyes , become red and siVollen, it
breaths with difficulty , and then comes that fearful
couoirthat will .surely terminate/ in convulsions, or
death unless .vomethin g . is inufaetliately' given to
check it. 'in this complaint the " - of - Wild
Cherry," is well known to be ,the,most speedy cure
ever discovered. It isdndeed a 'precious remedy 7.
mild,aare and innocent , and is sure to give the lilac'
sufferer immediate relief, and 'quickly restore it ,to
safety and health. , Pamiliesresiding in the country
„and indeed:every_ mother who. loves ber.children,
should always keep this . Medicine in the house and
give it- to them early, by doing - so you may often
save *hegira: Of one you. fondly love. Remember
this lathe famous remedy of distiguisked phy
sician, Dr. Wistsr,,whieh has cured thousands of
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH, ASTHMA;
CONSUMPTION, fite.,after every other medicine
has failed.-, • • ' -• •
staße particular viien.Empurebase to ask for
!‘ IVISTAMI BALSAM or , WILn C116411.1r," as there
ria'Svnur-of this name advertised that is entirely a
different medicine. , • • •
7 •Prepared only by Wituots & Co., Chemists, No,
s.sporth'Pourtit.street, Philadelphia, , • '
Sold in'Carliele by • . . •
• SAMUEL; ELLIOTT.
`:Prite One'Dollar ci.liot!le:
•QeMber po, 1841.-4 Y, ' -. " •
, • . •.- . . ' ~
• DEA'TISTR r.
. Dlt. I: C. LOOMIS, Den list,-
IS permanently kicated in Carlisle, and
will perform all operations that are required in
Dental Surgery, suoh fifing,Plugging and - Ei
traetirig- Teeth, and inserting Artificial Teeth; from
a single tooth.to a whole set; He will also attend to
all diseases of the mouth, gums, &c., and direct and
regulate.the first-and-sepia] dentition so.as to.render
the teeth , of children and yonng persons regular and
beautiful. • .;• • • • • .
Dr. LO OM ES marat alltimes be found at his of
fice, on Highatrect,opposite Macfarlane's Dote!. .
Carlisle, Jude 23;18 , 1,1.—y. .
- Diseases of the „eye.
.• - f c .e . ; T,A -
Celebrated Eye Water,
For the cure of Weak. Watery,or . Bloothßhot Eyes,
Ulcers. Humours, and Inflamation of the Eye-lids,
Dimness of Sight, E.dc.
Persons sudject to any of tF.ese.unpleasant disor
ders, Will. find this the most effectual remedy in use;
-as it seldotti fails to remote any of these affections
by a few aPplicatiOns, without the least inconvenience
or pain. 1 hose who are troubled with a DIMNESS
OF SIGHT will also find it st . valuable remedy for.
strengthening the eyes improving the sight, and pre
venting the. dimnesstliat arrises from straining them.
•It will also be found particularly useful as a wash for
the eyes of young children, to remove inflaniation,
and subdue the humours to which they are so liable..
Price BO *Cents a Bottle wit7ifu'll direc
tions... for using.
• Sold in Carlisle by - •
• . S. EULIOTT.
_ April 28,1841.---1 y
Family ellnli-Biliosts Pills.
.Iliese valuable pills are very . F entle in their opera
tions, causing neither pain, griping nor any nauseous
sickness. - "They eszeedisigly comfort and strengthen
the stomach and bowels, and clearing the sight hear
ing and memory--of•aged persons,7by - carrying off
. grosi and- thick hu--
mo•s IVoin the. stomaeh bowels and blood, ~which
,makes. therm. so celebrated 'Citir removing cough
pitioSfyoni the and iiMbs, gravel,
.piles, sick :stomach`, disordered bowels - and' -worths.
lids Medicine is also an !tifalible cumfoi. fevqr.tutd
1 . Davies - Pan4cep..Blood Pills,
• For the Cure of comsumption,diseasedwindiiiiie,
ulceratetLicire . -themit, lungs' and complaint;
night sweats, fluklies of heat, burning in the stomach
tightness across the chest, pains in the breast-and
side,i n ward cancers, piles, sore eyes,sore legs, ulcers
of every description, swellings, rhenmatisms; they
stop the spitting of blond and heal the part affected.
•The P,anecea Blood pills are prepared expressly for
the strengthening of every part of: the systemstnd
healing all ulcers and sores, purifying and removing
all_batibeiners fromAhe blood ; which is often firought
on from too. much sitting or standing, or _by expo
'sure front sudden heat to cold. Weakly debilitated
persons are particulary adiised to use them, as they
strengthen the body in a superior manner;-they are
not intended to operate on the bowels so much as on
the blood,estoo much purging will destroy any weak
ly constitution, and has carried off its thousands toe
•world unknown to us. Take the advice of one who
ittedies to:save life anti not to kill; Weakly and debili
tated personsehould not purge more than once a year
as-it often times brings on costiveness.
lingraln; Venitian, Hemp, and COtton Carpeting
jupt received and for sale very low'bv.
Den. tst tB4t,c_ CRAG. OOILBY.
Just received 20 Nice' RAISINS, and for sole by
Ihe box only. CHAS. BARNITZ.
This extraordinary chemical compositionit he re-,
suit of science and the invention of a celebrated mcd
icntl introduction of which to the public
was invested with the solemnity of a death-bed be-
tjuest;lins since gained a reputation - unparalleled.
fully sustaining•the'co'rectness of the lamented Dr,
Grfdlley's Test •coufession; 'that " , he dared not die
without giving-1u posterity life - bWefitof - liitrknowl=-
edge on'this subject," and he therefdre tbdtfueathed
to Inis friend and attendant, Solomon Hays,the tiecret"
of his discovery. • ° •
It is now used in the principal hospitals, and the
private practice in our country, first and most ei 3 t4-
tainly for the cure of the PILES, and also extensive
ly and effectually as to baffle credulity,tmless where
its effects are witnessed. Externally in the foDoiri
ing coMplaints: • • • •
For Dropsy Creating extraordinary abserption
at once. .
Swellings—Reducing them in afew - hours.
Rheumatism--Acute — or chronic, giving quiet
Sore Throat---By enocemultgers, or col do. -
Croup . and Whooping-Cough ---Externally and
over the cheat.
All Bruises, Sprains, and Burns-Cured in a fe4r
•Sores and Ulcers-L.Whether fresh or long siarrilt:
ing, and fever sores. .
Its operation upon adults and children in reducing
rheumatic swellings, and loosening.'coughsand tight
ness ofthe chest by relaiation of the parts, has been
surprising beyond conception. The common re
mark of those who have used if in the .Pilea,is "It
acts liken charm.'!
THE PILES.---The priee,sl, is 'ref - ended to any
person who will use's bottle of Hays' Liniment for,
the Piles, and returnthe empty bottle without being '
Cured. These are the positive orders oPthe proprie
tor to the agents,and out of many thousands sold,not
one has been nnsuccessfnl.
We might 'insert 'certificates to any length, but
prefer that those who sell the article, 'Wild exhibit
t he original to purc'hnsers. '
• • 7Q:PhySidittri*.and-Pafteniti.
The Mind Piles, said to be incurable by external
applications.--Solomon Hays warrants the contrary.
I lip• Liniment will cure Blind 'Piles: Faits are more •
atubliarn than theories. He solicits all respectable
physicians to try it Upon their patietits. It will .do
them no harm, and it is known. that every physician •
wholias had the honesty to make - the trial, has can
didly admitted that it has succeeded in everycsse
they have" known.. Then why not use it? It is the •
recipe of one of theirmost respectable Members, now . •
deceased: Why refuse to use it ? Because it is sold
.as a proprietary medicine ? Is this ti sufficient ex
-wise for suffering their. honest patients_to linger - in
distress ? We think ndt; Physicians shall !_be con=
that th&e is no humbug -or qusekerrabout
this article:--Iliby then
.net alleviate human suffer
ing?. won't try it before, let them after all
other prescriptions fail. Physicians - are respectfully:
requested to dathemselves and patients the Justice to
use this article: It shall be taken from the bottles
and-done-up-as their - prescriptionlf - therdesire.
Sold by Comstock & Co. Wholesale Druggists,„
No. 2; Fletcher street, Isrpiv York. - •
For sale .also by STEVENSON &
DINKLE, Carlisle, Pa.
There is not one case of Fever in a thousand, but
may be effectually broken up and removed by the
use.olthis.tilixir. It removes all acidity indigestion";
bilious matter and•constipation• from.the stomach.
and bowels. It operates - gently and effectually on
the bowels, and powerfully on the kidneys and skin.
It removes all unpleasant teelingsafter a hearty meal,
and promotes a good appetite. It needs only a WTI 1
to give perfect satisfaction. Ithaibecome a genert
practice with many to use this article in all caresrof
colds, pains in the bones, or heavy disagreeable feeil
ing, tendering to headache or chilliness. Forimarcre
nese, if taketi through the day, it'cosnpletely restores
the voice without producing sickness. Whooping
cough, and all coughs of children are cured by t.---
The stomach is kept in perfect order by it, and it is
quite impossible that any disease should commence
while a person is using this Syrup. . • ,
g.'• If taken &ark produces n rudy, healthy , and
young appearance,by driving off all the humors o f
the system. Sold genuine at 2 Fletcher street, one
door below Pearl street, N. Y. by Comstock &
and by all respectable Druggists. .
• For sale also by STEVENSON & DIN
KLE, Carlisle, Pa. ,
Balm of - Columbia.
-British Consul's Olice, 2
yr Naw ALL, PERSONS to whom these pres
-IV ents shall come, that I, GiLnEnTallontarsow,
Esq. his Britanic Majesty's Consul for 'the City o 1
philatlelphia i do hereby certify, That Robert Whar
ton, Esq., Who tittests to the foregoing Certificates, is
Mayor of the City of Philalelphia ; and that Mat
thew Randall,Esq., is Prothonotary of the Court o
Common 'Pleas for the city and county of Philadel
phia, to bqth whose signituresoVith fheSeals of their'
respective offices, foil faith and credit is due.
I further certify, that I am personally aequalatell
with Joseph' L. Inglis,one of the signers OC The certi
ficates hereunto affixed, which expresses tite efficacy
of the Balm of Columbia, and that he is a person o
greit'respectability, and worthy of full faith an l cre
dit; and that I have heard him express his unqualifi
ed approbation of the effects of the said Balm of Co-.
lumbia, in restoring his hair.
Given muter my hand and seal of office. at the city
of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, the
United,States of America.-
Read the. following: .
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late Mayor of
Philadelphia, has certified, as may be seen below, t o
the high charaCter of the following 4entlemen:
The undersigned do hereby certify . that we hire
uied the Balm of Columbia discovered by J. Old
ridge, and have found 4t highly serviceable not only
as a preventive againstfbe falling off ofhair,but also
. st certain restorative.
• WM. THATCHVR , senior,
Methodist Minister in St. - George•eharge '
N0.'66 North Fifth sf , .
JOHN. P. INGLIS,3I3I Arch st. •
JOHN b. THOMAS, M. D. 163 Race at.
JOHN S. FUREY, 101 Spruce st. •
HUGH McCURDY, 243 South 7 th at.
.., JOHN YARD,jr., 123 Arch st.
The aged, and those whopersist in wearing wigs,
may not always experience , i o ta restorative qualities %
yet it will certainly raise itsvirtues in the estimation
of the public, when it is known that three of the ski;
bove signers are more than 50 years of age, and the
others not less than 30.
[Fecom the .711"ayor.]
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNANTV./Nil
City - of Philadelphia. •
I, ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor of-saitl city of
Philadelphia, do hereby certify shatl am well ild-r
quainted•with Messrs-J. P. Inglis,ilohn S. Puree,
and lihugh - MoCitrdy,whoinfitamerare signed tathe'
above'certiffcate,•that they are gentlemen of chorea. ,
ter and respectabilityi and as such full ereditshould.
be giVen to the said certificate. • • • -
In witness whereof, I have herentito sermy - band;•
[L. and caused the seat of the city to be affixed'
the sixth day of December, &o.
ROBRT WHARTON, Mayor.
!,(I LDRIDGES BALM OF COLUMBIA FOR
J THE HAIR.—Its positive qualities are as fol..
Ist. For infant's keeping_the head free from. scurf . „.'
and causing a luxurient growth of hair. •
2d For ladies-after child-birth,restoring the skin.
toitt,usual, strength and firmness, and preventingthe
falling out of• •
3d. For\ any person recovering fstim'any debility
the same effect is produced.
4th. °Kneed iiiinfancy tiltiviod growth iestarted,
it may be•preservedby attention to the latest period
of life. •
, sth. It frees the head from 'dandruff . strengthens
the moth; imparts health and vigor to the ciftmlation
and prevents the hair from uhangingeolor or getting
iith. It causes the hair ,to curl beautifully when ,
done up - In it over night. • • • •
igrNo ladies' toilet should ever be madd withont it.
• 7th. Children who have by any means contracted
vermin In the head. are• immediately and, perfectly
cured of them by its use,
,It is infallible.- •
For sale • Mille drug stor Coinstneklie,Co 4
Pletcher street near Pearl Carlisle by Ste
venson & Dinkle. •