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• .. . CARLISM Janitary 15tli, 1/iiir: '
• lik - fOtICE is hereby given to all persons interest..
Oil •ed thattlie following accounts have been filed
in this Olifee for examination, by the , accounts there
'in named, and will be t preselited to the Orphans'.
Court of Cumberland county, for. confirmation and
...allowance on Tuesday thelStli'llaY of February A.
1); 1841, viz: • • , •• . ..:,
The account of Robert .0. Yonv„ averiitor of
'James Graham, late Of Allen' towni.hip, feceaseil. :
,of;John Houser, Administrator' of
,Sarah Leidig,itite 'of Allen itOw iislkiii,deCeaSed:'::: --
The acermitt d_l'Jain tfiglihinfis, , Admiiiisfinitcir
of Thomas '.M. - ni g raand l , hat - d - of - Soutliffinpron
township, deceased. . . . .
The account of Frederick; Gsntz; Administrator
of Michael Gantz, bite of Monroe - townsliiii, de..i.
. . . .
The account of AlesandlrDavidson. Almiiitstra
tor of John Y.Davidson, , late of the borough of New
'Ville, deceased. ' •
The amount of Cyrus Richardson, Executor. of
ArChibii!d Peck ! late of the borough of Carlisle,
deceased. - • ,
. The'account of John Silavely, Ctiiirdiati of Eliia-
•beth Ebarly, minor daughter, of Joseph Eberly, de
YS SAC ANGNEY, Uegistei
. . •
• •• At a stated ()Thane Courtlier
be and held at Carlisle. for-Cumberland ,county;
enFuesday.the 14th dakofllecember, - .1,841i before
, the lion. Satimel Hepburn, President, and John
-Stuart and John Lefever, Esqrs.;Associnte,lMlgeiof
'the same court, assigned, &o.; the followingproceed
' rings were had, to wit p -
the easeof the writ of 'Partition •and
Valuation an the Real Estate of JOIIS _SHEAF
. FF,R, deed., Now,.to.wit - 14th Receinher4B4l, In
quisition contirMed, and the Rule en 4he Heirs to
appear on Cacifirst day br next-stated ()Titans' court,
and accept or refuse to acceptnileMeal Estate: of In
testate at the valuadon--rThe Conrt order and direct
personal totiee to he given to ttill ?persons interested
residing within- forty miles Of 'CarllFlle, and, public
siotie.e of said ruletto be given in , two newspapers in
Carlisle' to those interested ,residing beyond forty
miles of Carlisle:
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' -. By Me Couri. ••• . . - , • -
Cumberland' County, es. . .. • -
I W. Foot.w. - r, Clerk 0. C. do here
, 0 4.,,,,, tp.crerotifiyßteliceorf:;reNam
t m e y a b t a ni n
‘ 7 l .
5 Pzio. "nod seal of said court at. Carlisle; 17th .
•:.."40` , December, 1441. 7 .-- -----
January 5,184? -1t
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All,personleiiiehted to the, subscriber
.Inotilletno settle up 'their respeetiva Adel:Milts by the
Ist of 'January:next
Haim located in Carlisle for the purpose
manufaeluiing and selling
Hatliavvey's Patent "fiat Air
• being aware.that•the peopicin this_ illnee_and
Vicinity, have Wen much imposed upon by the in.
. troduction of new and highlx- recommended articles
- which they havebeeninducet!to pnrchase, and-which
have been so slightly made, and of such bad materi
al, that in a sh9lt time.they hayed - ailed and b ec o me
• useless. We,therefore,do not intend offering stoves
for ede until they are fairly tried in this coarimuitity,
and pronouneed.more_glurablein their construction,
better adapteibto the purposes of baking and
all the varieties of cooking.thaii any other stove; also,
-.that they are a grunt saving of fudl as warns labour.
Cr - We earnestly invite fiirmers ns well as mi
. dents of this place and the neighboring. villages, to
call on us at S. Wouderlich's hotel, or notify us by
:letterslpostage unpa9) that they are willing to' try
our stove—and the stove shall be placed -in the
'kitchen of every person giving, its stick notice, and
ttaken away- after without any expense .to •per
•sons making the trial.
The stoves will , be kept for sale at the Tin Shop
.of Mr..hicob Fridleyond at the Foundry of 3ttesstia.
Lay and Stouffer, in Carlisle.
!laying coutratitell„Egr One' Hundred Tons of
Cast.kr,s, we will, in a few days, supply stove deal
ers with all the different sizes, (Millie most liberal
ELAIAZOR ROBINSON, of Carlisle, is agent
for selling the right to make and wk
enthe ?Kyr AIR
STOVE, and will dispose of eountieslinnhis an d the
We publish the I,3llllwing remmendations from
some of those who are using the store, to encourage
others to try it.
Carlisle &pt. 12, 1841.
I have in use in my kitchen JIIC of Haflatways pat
• ent Hot Air Cooking
. Stoves. and can recommend it
as a very supericir article. The onell have is No. 9.
It has - 5 bailers and an oven sufficiently large to bake
six loves, of bread. The baking, roasting and broil
ing can all he done at the same time and With mcult
less wool than is required for any stove which we
This size appears to lie peenlimily calculated. for
'Pavia:oat, and for their benefit I invite them to call
and see this stove in tise, aal shall , talte pleasure in
,showing this stove (mall ‘vliont interest or curiosity
.may indace•to examine it.
' C r • • • - - Sept:l4,lB4l:-
Messrs. E. Robinson &f:Ca.—Getracestax,l have
Atiuring the few days I have,lwal your Hathaway's
Slot- Air Stnse in use; become convinced of -its
.great superiority OM' all other stovesllicsve used or
'seen. I find by the trial that boiling, roantingibak
•ing and broiling may all be donemithe same time,
:in As most perfect' manner, and withless..than one
fourth the fuel 1.. have ordinarily used 10 - i• 4.lie - tame
purposes.. 1 ha;re heretofore been of the opinion that
'bread could not be Well baked in a codleing stove,
but Eam convinced upon trial that it can be done as
well in your stove ns in a brick oven. •
I believe tbnt.the general introduction of your
stove into use will be very beneficial to the public,
therefore I shall.tnlte pleasure in recommending it
,to my friends: .YOurs respectfully,
• . Carlisle, Sept. 19,1841:
Messrs. B. Robinson & Co.—GlontleMen, I have
!fairly, tested the "Hot Air Stove" which you put up
at my house, and can recommend it as possessing
principles of economy and convenience far Burps
-sing any other stove which i have ever seen.
The'boilers earning in immediate contact.with the
, :fire gives it great facilities for boiling, and the oven
is heated on such a principlelkat bread is baked In
Its fine a manner as in a brick oven. I find it also - a
great saving of fuel and labour, and wouldidviseall
--to adopt it. MITCHEL McLELLAN.
Chambersburg; Sept: 6,1841..
Ido.certify that I am now using one of Hathaway's
-Pittard Hot Air Cnok Stoves, No. 9, and do recont ?
mend it as supefior 40 any stave I have seen, the
great saving of fudliand the' iariety that can be cook
ing at the-same time, makes it an object to those who
wishto facilitate the operations.of the kitchen:,
.JOS. CULBERTSON, ,
Carlisle, September 15:1841..-y • •
I have reeeived, and will open ri4esli
Kanovenstreet, in which street . bargains
are always offered, by
CHARLES BARNITz. -
Diamond; Beaver,.and Pilot -,ClothB—
received audlur aide at.reduced prices by
• CLIPPINGER Sc CAREY.
SLippenaburk, Dec. 22,4841. • •
lilt_BßlN.OES.•••French, German. and Eng
ennoes q uod roelyed'an extandlta..aaaortment
st the store of -
hlp'petisburg Der. 2.2, i CLIPP
841 INGER 4r.
. Water Proof Boothi!.
Jtihb ineeivi.d.for Men & Boys wear and selling
to snit thelloses at Lis chnsii store. , •
Deoclet, 1841. . • • CliAB. OGj1.11 1 1.!- '
for'oole by A
W. FOULK, Ca. 0. C.
Liver Coniplaint' Cuired _by' the
use of Di.. Harlich's Compound Strengthening and
Aperient Tills. r ' Mr;. William Richards. of Pitts;
burg, Pa., entirely cured . oldie above distressing
thselse. His symptoms wire pain , and weight in the
left sidedoso of appetite, vomiting acrid eructations,
a distention- of'the stomach; sick 'headache; ruffed
tongue - , countenance ehangedto,a, , citron ordor, giffi
culty of breathing, distUrbed, rest, attended with's'
cough,great debility, with other symptoms indicating
meat lierangement of the functions of the liver. Mr.
,Richardslhad the :idvioe of :several physiciani, but
received no ioliefountili using Dr. Harbch's,Medi
cino,lvhich terminated in ntlectings perfect epee. •
•p Ogr - PRINCIPAL OFFICE,No. 19_North Eighth
Street, Philadelphia, . where teitimonials may ; be
.9NOTHER JRRIVSL : I.
THE VERY - LATESI:Be ectrApp s f VET!!
- hrNeiiF BGroOdAs4
siics9 2 , have = nit rvet
oht 044. noir. the Bah raid, rom the eit,teri cities;
an ecqemPre 413ortment of .
4 . SPECIAL couul — r .
y virtue of n writfrom the lion. ARSON V. PAR
ED trtas,• President Judge of the 12th Judicial
Mallet oril'enneylvania, bearing date. at:Q*o4l4
the 4th day of tiectnbe . r.A.:- iti4t, •I.
tititeils - hereby given ;. ,
that a' Special Court be tlie; saiitHow ,
Anson V . Parsons, and (11 •ASSociateluilges of tie',
Court of Common Pleas of Cuniberland county, at
the Conq H ouse
. in -the borough of Carlisle, corn-
Meriting io n Monday the 21st of Febeiniry,.
•I84!2, to cinitinne One week, for the trial, of certain'
causes depending in the Court of C'ommon Pleati of
CumberlandWninty, in Which the Samuel -
Ilephurir was concerned ns counsel fdr one of the
parties, prior Co his appointment AS ProsidentJadge
of the 9th Judicial District—said causes being em
braced within.the provisions of the
.99th section of
an , Act .4 the - General Miserably . ; passed the 14th •
April, 834, relative to the organization of Courts
of Justice. Of said Special Court o lurors . and all
persons concerned, will.take notice. •-
• . PAUL
carlislei . llec. 49,1841.
Just:reoived 10 dozen PALM -11bODS;ltilil
inle liy .• • • nAttbripz.:
• Ddeenilie 15, 1831.
• Just it:eel-WA ifitesh.oOpply of GROCERIIES,Ond
I..)dcomber 29,1841. • . • .
' J ACO B .FETTER
Begs leave to return his thanks to the public' for
he patranitge hitherto extz.atleti to him,ittid resPect
illy informs his cashititersaitit the peopligenerally,
hat lie- stitl,cmitinues.the husiness . •
' .• Cabinet Making,. ,
in all its brancliqii,-at his old' stand in Main street i
where lie is always retely , to .attentl•to orders in his
tine: - . : -
Carlisle,No'v. IT, 1841:-5m
Pease's Clarified 'Essence,...Of
The subscriber having been A ppbinted 'General
Azent for the Above cefelhated,firttele,'respeafully,
offers it,to.the public either .wh olesale or retail:
(CrPurchasers are requested to beware of cotin
Carlisle; Nov. 10, 154.1. •
• MORE 'NEW GOODS.: .
The . Subseriber has just opened new 'nod hand.
some assortment of - ,• , •
• :,Fall and Wiiltr:Good's •'
eniiiiistin g of super blaelt i blue black 'and other Cloths.'
Cassitneres,Sattinetts, new style Vestings, a, ifitriety
of noose de [Alines, setoniLinourning and 'Mack
ditto;Thibet Ciatli, Welsh .Flannels.ltagers
for. shirting. Ploves,Ro_siery,fld,thw, La ces,pg
bries. Oil Cloths, Artificials, Ribbons, Merino Shirts
and Drawers. '. • • _ .
Also Melts, Womens and kCI •
Leather & Morocco Shoes & - ._Boots.
Qtreeposware .and , Procerirs, - ,
SPICES, Es'crwitly a - great other-goods
all of whiehlie 'will sell at a small profit to suit the •
times.. Don't forget' to•eall.on .
Carlide,Sept. 29, I 841-.—ly. • ;
Ci ALMON just received nod for orde,l/ J. & E.
01 ; rm.:KC4m mid Codfish for salt by J. & E
. 1. Cornman,
1811 E Lest of 'bleached Sperm and Whale Oil for
-sale by ' irrllz E. Comma!).
DICKLIN , G. Vinegar for sale by J. & E.
UGAR Ilonv-and New Orleans Nl°lasies df the
beat quality for sale by J. & E. Commun.
1 :OAF and Lump Sugar. 'rho-subscribers 'have
,a large suptily of Loaf and Lump
Sugar, which they offer for Salo, vholesole or retail,
at reduced prices.
,J. & E. Cornman.
Candles for rile by J. Sr. E. Carman
Carlisle, Oct, ..t3.0,1841.
N 14 1 W GOODS.
Just received at.the store of ANDREW RICI
A.RDS, a general assortment of
,& Winter Goods,
monsisting in•part of
_Cloth dyed Black,
Blue, furisible - Grr - en;Allariiite,.Olive and Green
"Black, Brown, invisible Green, Olive, Diamond,
Beaver and Pilot Clothe ; - Black, Ulue,Brown mixed
plain and figured Cnssimeree, new style.
Satti netts of as sorted 'colors,fronrso cents to $2,00,
be.averteens,leno cords, canton flannels, red, white,
. green flannels :7-ticks, and
-64, and Saxony cloth,
figured and plain. Fignred,.plain, striped,barred
jackinett swiss muslin& Fawn, mouse; black;
blue blaek,slate,digured and plain silks. Bonnet
silkss nnfl 'ribbons ' new style. Shawls, gloves,.
hosierrand Shoes Cloth and fur caps Carpeting,
hearth ritgs,gloor cloth:bikes . , and blankets. Color
ed and White carpet yarn. Fresh IVladkerel,togeth
er with n general assortment of Queensware and
- grOcerici,which will be sold at moderate prices at
his store. - -
Carlisle, October te0,1841.-;-tf. • 4".
The subecrilmrs have just received at the store
room• lately occupied by . Mr. C. Posteriin North
Hanover street. Carlisle, - a large and general assort
ment of . .
..,--,- T atuact).anam.aatta o
- 4 .--7,1,: , China...Glass. and
' AII:TEENS WAR E..•
whitthey will sell on thee:toot fiberallertna. They'
invite e public tcheall and examine.' •. • .• '• ,
' ~ 4. & E. coormAN,
Octo, er i 3 l'841; - - •._ , ;.. ,• . , ~ .
. L S'. NL AP attorney,, .ADAi.
a at• Law, • :
Iles' removed his office- to 'l`ro. 3. Iteeteni's Row .
on the public square. ' •
Carlisle, Oct: 13;1841.,' , -; • c
For sale brJohni.."l4lyera & Vn:;Cfirliide• and
Wm. Pea l . l l B Plipeliabillx;ra., • • deo:15„
4148114"AllZheer: • • 1!•1
~f the moat fd/RionfDleitt ] e; "high the y are ileter•
minmt to tell at prices:to • •,the 'times. • Perspes
'desirous of purchasing om s ore, roost eirin§ o ll7 de
aired to give the m • orptiOtitovbetMpeeteii.
December 2541111411. • , •
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731 'let 'Jan Itt'lCtr - tr SISV"'s
THE FRANKLIN .FIRE 'INSURANCE COM
.PANY- OF PHILADELPHIA,
' pita/ $400,000 pa4UR., 7 -harter Perpelzi
lriONTlNUE to make - Insurance, Permanent and
-TOWN AND COUNTRY, on the usual thvorable
terms. . .
OFFICE, 'fin Chesnut street, near Fifth street:,
_ CHARLES N. BANCKEII, President.
CHAIM:SW, 13ANCRER, SAMIJECGRANT,
.JAMES SCHOTT, • -FRYDERICR BROWN,
TURMAS HART, JACOB H. SMITH,:
1.-- Geo.. lesbians, "
-- TobtAs WAGNER, • , MoRRECAI D. Levrts:
CHARLES G. DANCKER, Secretary. 1
-I The subscriber; Arent for the above Compan y
for the borough of Carlisle and - Viciuity,will prompt
lyattend to all applications for Insurance, whether
made personally or by letter. Residence Main street,
nearly opposite the Cai• Office,
- - , . WM. D. SEYNIOUR.
March 31, 1841..--1 y • . -
WEST HIGH ST., CARI- A ISLE.
The subscriber, thankful for past favews, hereby
notifies the publicgenerally;that lie still continues
at the old stand,nearly opposite the College Campus,
where be will at all times be fonnd ready and wil
ling to aceommodate in the best possible manlier,
those who may favor him with a call. The House
is located in the most business part ofthe town, and
is near the stoppkng place of the Cars on the Rail
Road. The ROOMS are" large and airy-7the TA
BLE will be supplied Withibewery best the markets
can furnish—and the BAR with thechnicest Liquors.
His charges are reasonable, and lie will endeavor to
merit by assiduity and attention a continuance Of pub
lie patronage. '
BOARDERS taken by the week,, month, or year.
DROVERS and TRAVELERS will find it to their
interest to atop with him , ee he has plenty ofstabling,
and a careful OSTLER always at hand.
' Carlisle; Sent. 8. tadt
tl'e Court of Common Pleas of Cum
berlantLeounty. -Noveniber 22, 1841*:"
Slides Woodburn, surviving Trustee of Samuel
to court an account of the
execution of his trust, and Monday the 10th day of
Santatry, A. D. 1842,4 a appointed for its sonfirma
lion and allowancelypthe court, if no objections be
made—of which all persons interested will"take
CHARLES ,M'CLURE I
.474'oxistEr ;AT LAFt
Office in High street a few doors
west of the Post Office.
Carlisle, April 28,1861,—ff
T"s IMSCRIBER respeCtfully tenders his
grateful acknowledgments to the -public' for the
very liberal share of patronage he has received due.,
ingthe past-year, and would still continue to - offer
them his professional services in , timir mations bran
cleanies, and -- tluvi leeth;and inserts incorruptible
tarrer metalic artificial teeth in ibe most 'approved
manner. charges always moderate.
• • , J. CL. - NER.r, SI. TO.
Carlisle, Marsh 25,4840. Li - ,
Dry (Dods at Cast.
The subscriber is no; Ofte;fni his entire stoek`of
dry goods at cost (nee:ash, copiloting in part of.•
CL 0710 ‘4-.C.ISSIMERBIgASSI
NRPTS,, t Tim 34 eta. lo $1,20.
MERINCES•ficim QSOenta t o $1,25, .
A good assortment of Thibet, Broelm;
Mous de iaines, ChintiMfainiCaireocai a variety of
Cambric ,Edgings jelnitertiage ; .
oleo Cotton Edging's and
,Quiilinga, sill ,sad Amon
Thule, IDOnnet and 'Dretis Canna and Plaid
, tionnet and Week BObbonsi,Gloimi'2n4 Doaiery, of
•'' , '
;Teas;. . , • .
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Young. Ilysiiri, 'l9oriall;. Gunpi*deir,lnd ,. Black
Tea jut received very flue 1'64 *esti. • - .-
- .. CHAS..' OGiLllir.
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r -I -
MOIII.IIIISIEY2IT - .64 "
IENG lIIERERSINFTS •
Have removed to tire CaliabicktiVarelionse refientlY
,oicoupie,d,hy D.J.eeeltig co:at thenortli-wesecorner
'ofelierrY,and Broad stieet,':Thillitteliihia.'
'Prom•the facilities Which theilouation:and internal
arrangement of this depot afford, .60 to 40 Burthen
Cars can be accommodated to.,onload and load at the ,
thine tlmtiniithstilfteientrooni to store...26,oo6;barrellf
of Flour, and 400 to 600 ton of Grain.exClusive,orthe_
Produce 'Or every 'description will lie received as
usual on consioments,hnit. libersil advances made on
'receipt (if retpiired)uhtil sales aro:effected.
C11.A . ,10, HELLAS .11t . Co. '
' • North.4est corner of Cherry & Broad
• ' - • l'hiladelphia.
. . .
• w. s.'Colenii; Calder. ..
• . Henderkip: & , Pailt6r,' . c a Aii,..
Henry 114;1AR; .' . , , , ,
• Satinderson Still osernum,. - ,
JeColi.Soti?,tei,Jr7csnidite. .„ .
' . I % , :tid'Nevan;'ShiPPinithuriP " • .
' J. roan Siiiitti,Esq. Caenier chamberahl ,... 4 .
tyster, Huti & Co, " . . 5, l,
' Robert Flcming; ~.-"- . •
Catherwood &Craig, , .iihir a d e rph r a.
Wm.R.Thoinpefin bc Co.
Whitall & mown, j' . "
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Between eelianiesburg: and.
Plialaelelplata or Baltimore.
ROA'D OR CANAL]
THE sutoscriberstrateful for paiit favors,
beg leave to.informtheir friends and the
generally, that they -still continue to run a line of
•burthen Cars regularly between 'Mechanicsburg and
Philadelphla or Batlimore , by which goods and-pro
duce of all descriptions will he forwarded with care
and despatch atnthe lowest rates of freiolit.
Produce 'will be received :at' their 'Ware Rouse,
in iViechanicsburg, and forwarded to either Phila
delphia or Saltimereoccording to the direction of
the owner. . ' . • .
isigr - The highest price will be, given for Wheat
, DRESBACI-1 & MEWS".
N. B.: 'Plaster of Pauli and Stilt always 'kept on
hand ,and for sale at the lowest prices.
gar Iron, Gla ss, &c:
- • Just received at the New Store.nfthe subscribers.
4 Tons BAR , of first rate quality, and
for sale very low for cgs lßO N . per 'consignment, 90 half
Boxes 11. by 40 and 10 half Roses IO by 12
• Weslpien Glass,
in good orber,for sale to , Merchants at Pittsburg
prices, and Duncannon'best,,,,— .
NAILS, - ••BRADS AND SPIKES,
, at Manufacturers prices, also, on hand Witherow's
Celebrated indent PLOUGHS, FLAX-SEED OIL,
by the gallon, or Barrel, OIL MEAL, Wetherill
St Bros: Pure WHITE LEAD, MAHOGANY
BOSSERMAN k TIUTTON:
Carltele,'May 5, ' ,
GOLDEN. BALL HOTEL
GEO. SANDERSON, Prods'y.
Carlisle, Dee. 8,1841.-6 t.
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~..,. Now-- Cookink - Stove,, ...
JACOB FRIDLEY I Newt!' Hitnr;ver street, oppo
site'Cornmans' Hotel, is agent , tor the sale of Bathe
wltYr Patent ° . -1., , ,, ~;., ~, , ,
..-;::,,-.;,. , , , 7, •
•?' , noe - MO' COokiii. 4 .''Stirvis . r .'`..
- a 1
. ... .
Willett lit4artrarite to
.belop 00 . etienl bettor than arty
other stove heretofore known. '..
Pstrni:ers,Titvern ke6pemaridlotherSnre invited to
'tate those Stovei on trifil,lnid if',theyttie not pleased
with the operation of the !stove, or the price, they may
sh and" the improved,
my Cooking , stoves so
;ersally approved; stove
iture, stove pipe, and a
Aid assortment of Tin,
Sheet irdn ind Ookiey:Wime,:uthials he will digitise
of on reasonablelerms.
Orders in Town and Country,-for House Spouting
or other work. proniptly attended to.
carlisle. Sept. l-5; - 1841:= 1 .1Y.
~DF..'- ! ; L.---,,T',EWARTI
of Medicieanal Obstetrics., No.
. 2 Alekanderls Row, 'near. * The
, Rail R9ad Hotel • •
113 ESPECTFIJIA Y informs 'his friends and the
public generally, that (thrOugh solicitation) he
ha s removeiltroin Shiremanstown to Carlisle, where
he be found at all times,unless professionally
engirt!. The nfflicted shall at at all times betreat
ed with purely Vegetable Mcdianes,•! 6 No Poisons, , ?'
and in strict accordance with the principles laid
doarm.by that great reformer in Medical science, Dr.
Samuel Thomson. .
Chronic eases, such as Consumptions, Live? Co
mplaints; Dropsies; 'Rheumatism's, and Cancers, are
more particularly informed that the New System is
admirably adapted to their Cases. .
.116valids from n distance 'can be accommodated
with Doarding - while udder medical treatment, on
reasonable terms. .
Carlisl( :))e, July 14, I 84.1.---tf.. •
COUGES 4§e: COLDS,
TIIC CAUSE OF CON'SIIMPTIOI4.—SImpIe
as these , complaints•nre ususdiy considered ino one
•cOn - deisynlieir beinetheMost common cause of this
ifidalandulistressing disease. •It is indeed a melon
thutitlionsands fall victims to Cousin-op .
tint, pvdry year from no other cause than neglected
colds. • yet qtfind hundredi,. nay •thousnoile who
'treat Such co plaints with. the 'greatest indifference;
and let them run on fbeweeks ande:ven Monthswith
out thinking of The danger. At first you have ntdiat.
you .. mity consider w alight cough or cold ;_you alloW:
Intsiness,pleilinre or carelessness to preventyou from
giving it' any. attention;
_it tbfn Settles upon your
breostiTou become linorse,-hrtve-painsin the side or.
chest,„,mpectorittc - itirge - mmintittes.ofmatter,..per ,
hops mixed •Witlidiloodot difficalty cif 'breathing eit•
sues, and then you fi nd your own foolish neglect has
brought on this distressing complaint. If then you
Value lice or health,,be warned in time, and don't
trifle with your COLD, nr trust to any quack nostrum
to care you, hut immediately prOcure a bOttle Ortwo
of that famous remedy, the "BALSAM.- ov.W.H.n
-ci t anay,” which known to be the most speedy
cure ever known, as thousandiriiilriestify — whasei
lives ',pave been saved brit. --
0;:r Tle very pirticalar when you 'purchase to. ask
for " Dr. WItTAII'IS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY," as
there is also a SYRUP of this name - in use.
Pretoitred, wholesale and rptnil, by WILLIAM'S &
Co., Chemists, No. 33 South Fourth street, Philn
delphin. • • -,
Sold in Carlisle by •
Price One Dollar a Bottle.
Caliber 20;1841.-1y. •
LIFE SAVED. ..
• By the extritordinary•vlrtues• of that unrivalled,
medicine, the '" BALSAM OF WILLD CHER
RY," the well-known famous remedy for CON- !
SUMPTION AND' LIVER COMPLAINT, I
CONCHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS•
CROUP, WHOOPING CtlfUlill,lice.. ~ .
: • 4Wittiame.si4; Sept. 4,1841.
To Dr. WISTAR—Dear sir,:tl .gives me great
pleasure to say, .I have found mu relief from your
Balsam that I have to send to yo or more. rhave
only used three bottles out of the half dozen I pur
chased, yet it has done me more : good than all the
medicine lbave ever taken before. A neighbour of
.mine whose wife was ivory IoW With Consumption,
persuaded sae toilet him heave some of it, and .hought
three bottles, which she has taken also. I strWher
a few days ago, and she told me she believed 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 lis now up, and loOks better than I ever saw her
before._ As for myself I am sure it will cure me
entirely,for Ilea. better every day. Send me, six
bottles more ;by the bearer, as my neighbor wantsl
three snore. '
• They sincere friend, .
. SAMUEL COLES.
KrThe genuine Balsam sold in Carlisle by
Price One Dollar a Bottle.
Read , what it. has Done.
And if you have a friend, a relation, or know any
one that is afflicted with-that distressing disease,
"CONSUMPTION," persuade them without de
lay to try that famous and unriveled medicine, the
" BALSAM OF WILIrtHERBY;" which hilt
cured thousands of this .complaint after. every thing
else had tidied.. :Read the following • undoubted
proofs of its efficacy.
• ' Rozoonouou, Sept. 10 1841.
DAR Ste t—Please send.me two bottles more . of
your Balsam of Wild Cherry,iiketlutt yon sent me
belbre..• I have taken aeatly all of the first two, and
'confidently tateVedl:thili itiedicline will cuwine. I
have used •a -great Many remedies within the last
year, but have neverfound any•thingtlud has relieved,
me so much . It has stopped my cough entirely,
Checkettray nightiweits, and I sleep better at night
and feel Netter in 'every way. than .1 have for many
months:..Yours, respectfully, .. - •
SA E 5 KELLY
• Hotantseuno, Sept. 12. 1841. ,
Fatrtro must ap,itin trouble thee to
lend me two bottles snore of thy invaluable Balsam.
I have now, takenthree bottles in all, and can assure
thee that it has done me moregoodthan al I the medi
cine I have ever liken before. Send by the stage as
soon ns possible, and oblige thy friend, .
• - 41scon
"Bantret., Sept. 8.1841.
-- Dr..SiDocros'.—Nearing •so many pooplitilk of
the wonderful cures your_Balsam of Wild Cherry
has made in •Consutuiption,; I sent itol •Ode of your
41gents the other day for a bottle, and , have found it
So have relieved mesomitoh, ibafa - wttni three abot
more sent soon,os I believe it will •cure me i too.. t 1;
have used Jayne'a Expectorant and other medicines
besides, but nothing has ever done me as much good"
as yours has. Send hythe steamboat Boliver.
Yours truly, irviLuma irlicacte.
-Cp efficacy onsump
tion, ilia also the most - effectual remedy everdiscov:
ered for .I,,IVER- COMPLAINTS, • ASTHMA,
BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, CROUP, WHOOP
ING. COUGH, &a,' testify who
hir iteo eared by it after Vemedles had
fa DRUGGISTS and 13844.01 /IS Rill SMI Raj:rte.
dielitea viiluable additiotito !kelt. stee,k, suittLabould
aliPaye keep it on ' hand; its itia'utiliersallfitektiew
ledged Lobe one of themaet useful family met:lllol46i
of - Be'very nrtieular roi WISTAWS,
JALIIMIUOF WILD C r IIEItRY. Sold wholeille
und rettiilliyWlLLlAMT 8r CO:;Ch,npitibikTii; 93
:South Foortkete* '
lisle bye - SA.IIIIJ E tiaLiorf, iippOnt.
ed . Agent, •••• •• .
aet - "T" 2O i • -
F. still continue!
ouch as Sideboards', Bureaui;Secreisiriei, Pier,
Dining and Breakfast Tables, Bedsteads, &c., of the
tnonfashionable kind, all of which, he will dispose
trOtiticentost - reasonuble - tt.rms:-----Hels-ith t o:mp u
red - to fill all orderifor SPRINGS - BATED SOFAS
and FANCY CHAIRS, warranted to be of superior
He will also furnish;COFFINS at the shortest
tice, and: having recently ., procured n Nsw FIKAIISE;
he is prepared to attend funerals in the country.
Carlisle, August 4,1841.—1 y
ALWAYS. BEAR 'THESE IN MIND.
Stafircn.d county, Va. befit. 7'. 1840.
Dear Sir(-4 write to let you know that the La.(
has done ifiir me whereof I am glad.—
When -I saw you in Fredericksborg, I think I said
I (had been . aflieted with a very and (sour) stomachs,
'null stddect to a violent pain fumy beadfor more than
twentyj•ears, for which Itookrhubarb and soda three
or four times every day fur this many years, with
little or no relief, and my legs and ankles were so
much swelled that I waseittsble,at titnes, to attend to
my business. 'Dot since vou made me a present of
a box of your Family Pills I have taken one or two
of them at night iii going to bed, and now my acid
stomach is relieved, the swelling in my legs has near
ly disappeared, and I doom think that I have. been
hindered Mae day with the pain in my head since I
began to take your valuable medicine. d think the
Lord directed vou to Fredericksburg, to administer
to my relief. (Blessed beide holyilame,l am greatly
•relieved.) 'there is living in my neighborhood a
_poor (aid woman who had been sick a long time and
could get no relief, at length I purchased a box of
your pills and gave them to her, after a - whileJ saw
her out and about her business, and she said that the
one box had cured her. I have spread the fame of
your valuable medicine amongst my acquaintances,
and many have purchased. Now, as it respects my
-self, my friends tell.me when Igo to town, that they
have not seen me look so well for many years, and 1
Mew Hardware, Grocery, sr thy to them, 'I will tell you the secret velly ;'a short
time agoil met with li Dt:Daviesin town, andite gave
' TIVIRIETIP•STORE.• •
the a hat df pills, and they have made me look as
you now see me.' And now, my friend, I hope that
frinE• subscriber has just returned• froth
the Lord will continue to he with you , and make you
- 6 - the Cities of New York, Philadelphia and Bat- useful to your fellow-creatures, as tie has hitherto
timore, and is now opening at his store room S. B. . done. • I remain with respect,
Corner of Market Square and Main Streets ( far- •
merly occupied by Geo. W. Hither ,) a general as-
Several Females have been cured of the falling of
'-'• ."--' • . ''• ' the womb, by taking very small doses at intervals.
-Hardware, 'tone War e, Cedar --,Ware, - - Harper 's Perry, Avulse 11, 1840. ,
t h e Sir:—l am balmy to in*
Eriltania .Ware, - Groceries, Oils Dn. • . ..,...
',. form you and the aublic,that I have been erureetir
Pnints, Varnishes, Glass, Brush- i - •
that dreadful disease theltheumatism, by nikingyinur
- - eft, Whips,
.Canes, Lamps -for - Family-Pills. Ilutve 'been- laboring under that die:,
' burning CarapAine , Oil; ~ --, .. ease for more athe Chan a . year,. duriet whit time ltried h
• the *kali • 1 t ',apeman ;a it onveuret; at tengt
nud e•great 'variety of articles useful and necessary 1 witsinikteell to try your Medicine; I' found , t , ellef
for furnishing end keeping a house. He latMalso,and after taking half a box,l condoned to take thenreitfil
willcometeatlY keep o n hand 'Jihad - taken fl ee boxes- range is 71vears t and Icon , .
t Oil , eider that none 'but the old and rheumatic persona
, know how grateful I - feel to the'medicine that has
a cheap and eiegant substitute for sperm oil, and
' ' 1
having been appointed the-agent of Messrs. Backers .
reatored the to health, - . .
Yours. respsafitiliy, • JOHN Der.
and Brother of Nene - a N.J.,for the, isle of Jone's • 1-4,, the eo w er ,,,- lie e d me . s e ntea , H arper % Ferry
Patent Limps in thiscoanty, beis Prepared , to fur.:
for 7 th g e•saleof Dr. Davies' hamily Pills,' we know
nigh Lampaand. Oil, at a eery , reasonable rate to all on _nekhbour Mr: Dve, sold him the ills of which
who may wish to usethis new and economical light.- he - so.highly; ail& believehis sM p tement to.be
Having selected his. goody hinsselfiand,, made his
substatat'ally truli true..
purchasesfor oath, he , ii able,tuid is determined to Resp ec .. t .
~,, le S. B. A k seeel , .." , e.
sent ow.- --- - . , - - ' • ,
Those having the cash to lay out-will find it to their MI% C. Burt' nn, nitirLocest street, was diseased
advantage to give him a call. . 2 or seven • yeari with a lump in the leg , side, bumps
• HENRY DUFFIELD, all over her akin -, pains around the small of her back
carlisledully 8, 184,0.-••••tf. . running into her stomach, whit% prevented her, (to
use her own Words,)from eatingone particle of meat;
the first d(me,removed the lump, and two b 'sea set
her at liberty. ' . ' • . . .
I wits severel y diseased with the blind piles for
twenty months, and prostrated from' the loss of blood;
and one.and a half boxee'of Davies Faisal Pills has
made an entirecnre of me.. J. Jennison,
Washington, D. C., May •7,1841. , ,
Manufactured , and - sold wholesale' and. retail, at
No. 865 S<h third street Philadelphia, and by Mr.
Joints GRAY, Cat lisle, general• agent for Cumberland
county Penna. , .
- Also, for sale , by W. & T. London;Kingstowns
,Fireald,Hoguestown, M. G. Rupp,Shire.
rnanstown,J. Longitecher,Wornaleysburg; H. Bran
eemati; New Ceaberland;,Stephen Culbertson Ship- ,
giensburg; , Wm. Barr; Newvillei
in. Jaii i teneby
NeWburles . Henry ; Leas,• Mahmucabu t Josiah , ws .
Hood; '•- P r '. "g ria , lit r julnr - Hui ' d-13 0"g - ""'"‘ . 'i . lat., For infant's keeping the head freefrom scarf,
, gjet -
Persons Wishingto become sgen in the 'tiller . and causing a luiurient groveth of hair. , r, . •
geiTn which the pills are not sold In Canberland ' 2(1: For ladies-after child-birth; reatering the skin
•otten*, , will be, supplied withtheni by calling on 'Mr:.' to. its strength and firmness, end prevedtingthe
ItthinGray, Carlisle, Pa., Who is empowered to avi , falling ontit the hair. ' " -
;pointitgents. Family. pills to those who, purchase I 3d. Forney. persian recovering from awe debility
Ad' sell egain-crill.be••tharged'S2_per dozen cash. or i the same effect is produced. ,f 4
s'4,gs ;to sell. oweemintissiont And the Pennies Blood . 4th.rlf steed in infancy till agood gistiwth is't faked,
.$4 (malt, or ..$4 '5O zee) Ontamission7 (Retail it mav,be preferred by, attention to. the latest period
price fn family pills 25 as •perthosi Panacea blood of life. , •• ,- • •• • .. ‘' ' . ' "(- "
pills - 50. tents per‘boxi, ' rat direetioni fel' tieing sth. it.frees the head from dindr,taff; „strengthens ' :
themacenrapany eactrtime.4 • • - _ ,
,therefits,impartalmilthand vigor to, the circulation V
Ceelisle, 2ept.15,. 18i1;•••••... flin. . - .-''..,•" land preventathe hilt from changingeolor or tett ing
6th: Itchniseiitlie , htiii to ' ea/ beautifully When
done tip, in it over, night.-.: - .:( ,-. .. - ' - -
(glrNo.lidies",thilet'sbottlilever be made without it
- 7th. . Children:who have by' anyetneatut contracted
vermin in the head., are - immediately.aed• perfectly
cured Of than - by its-use.' ?It is Infallible.
i For-sale lod. the shrug store of Coinitoek Ilt 'CO.I - ,
Fletcher street near Pearl, and in • Carlisle by Ste
venison & Pinkie, . - Pre° • 1 0y.ft.13 40 . ,-- #T4 • '
The subscriber has recently received large addi
lional supplies of
Medicines, Colors, Dye... Ninth,.
Linseed Oil; Spti. Turpentine, Copal
Vainish, Painters' Brushes, Varnish
I Brushes, Hair: Brushes, Spermaceti Oil,
(very fine) Sperm Candles. Soaps in great
variety; Glass Lainps, Cap and Letter
Paper; Fruit, Spices, Perfumery, 4 , c. 4-6.
-which he will sell to Physicians, Merchants
-and others; WHOLESALE or by RETAIL, at--
the lowest rates, havinepurchaded entirely
for cash; he will offer bargains to those
Who wish to purchase at wholesale.
March - 24, 1841.
MOTHERS, BE , ON GUARD.-This
is the season when destructive.complaint attacks
your. interesting little children, Mien robs you of
those you fondly Jost cn,and carrieshundreds to thei
grave. Every mother should therefore, know its
symptoms, *sited them closely, and always be pie
pared with a, remedy to cure it, as many are daily
sacrificed by such neglect. At first the little patient
is seized with a shivering, it grows restless, has
flushes of heat, the eyes become red and swollen, it
breaths with difficulty,and then 'comes that fearful
comas that will surely terminate in convulsions or
death , nifless„something is ;immediately-given to
- chedklt. 1 11 . thissomplaint,the " Balsam of Wild
Chinry,". is well known - do be the most speedy cure
ever 'discovered. 'lit isiin' deed it precious .remed
roild - , - safe - amlintimitiltre - iiathirriffe — o g vet e 'tile
suWerer immediate reliefoind.rilikly_e ore it to
salety'and health. , Familiesresidingin • re. rdir
and indeed every mother who loves 'he Ildren,
should always keepthis medicinnin the. house and
give it , to theni early. •by doing, so y'o'u may often
save the life of one you fondly love. ReMembei
this is the &Mous remedy of this, distiguished .phy
sielan, Dr. - Wistar:which has, cured thousands ,of
WHOOPING' COUGH, -- ASTHMA,
'CI thirSUMP p10N,&.e., ifterieti , othei , -Medicine
,has failed:: , ''':' , "• - '• • " ~ '-' '' ' . '- '
pir ilb. particular 'when you,purchttse to ask for
" Worsa's.B4uata nrWtrat CAltitisYt" ilifthere
is it S;Plitrii of this name advertised th.st is entirely
, prepared only by, IV,tt.t.tssts &100.0 phemi eta, No.
33 South Fourth street, Phil:id - alibis,
igold in . ,Carlielle by •
Price One Dollar a Dottie. ' •
October 20,1841-Iy. •
•Aespe;etrully InfOrsns the v . 'Alio generally that ;he I
still continued his business at the Old Stand, North
'Hanover street, newt .tieer, Mvhe Cahinet Shark %or
William C. Gibson, Where he' has now on hand, and
isstill manufacturing,' every article in lite line-of'
his tra de ; consisting of -
Fullers' and Wash
KETT I_4•E S
Tea gettles, Tin-ware
. of every
::description, Stove ripe, Drip
.. - ping Pans, Drums; Ste:
lie has also for sale the best assortment of Com
mon,Cooking and Parlour . '
ever offered in thik plaCe,,, His commoriwood.stoves
arid cooking stoves are of every ; size and variety;
and his parlour staves (for wood or coal) are' of , the
newest patterns: He has in addition she Rotary
cooking'stoves, the Radiator stoves 'anti Radiator
drums for paelours; which are unsurpassed for com
fort and - economy in the use of fuel:. - .
All of .which 'ha offers on Alio lowest Scrmcfor
N. B. OW Lead, Pewter,Copper andt.eather ta
ken in exchange for stoves, tin or copper ware.
CA BIN ET AI AKIAG.
1,- _ C' ': , -
- =:- -
01 1-1 110/0 gill il l 1 1 iquill
Pr ll l k_ -
, , .
W M J- - C . :01 .- 11 - S '0 N
Still- cotifinties•the Cabinet Making in all its va.,
rions branches, at his old stand . in North ,Hatusver
street,two 'doors aboVe the atore'Of. Wm:Leonard: l
where he is !twit matinfatothring- r and ittletlskeeping;
on Waldo great variety of • - --•
D:E.V r T4r - S . T I R 1;'
DR. I. C. LOOMIS ..
ISpermaneptty, locate 4 in ,Cgrlipfe, arid
perforia till' operations thatTaie •ectinired in •
Dental ,Surgery, such. as Filing,.Pluggidg and Es
tenting Teeth, and' inserting Artificial Teedi,from
single tooth to whole'set. lie will also attend to'
tilt nfthe mouth, guips,!ze.,.suid direct and ,
regulate the first and sectindilentition so as to render
the teeth of Children 'end young periods reguliir and
beautiful. . • , „
11r: LOOMIS may' ti found at his of.
'fice — ourillglrstreeroppositelfinfarlane's-Hotel.
eirlisle, Julie 24
.• • '
Hisehise's:rit' the Eye.' .• ..
. .. . .
. .., . .
. - ....,..
..• ..('L . 4. . • - -
. ~. . , • -
. , .
. . '..- DR. EOSTOCKS . . .
• Celebrated Eye, Water,
. ~.. . ,
For the cure of Weak, • Witteri; Or Blood Shot Eyes,
-Ulcers. Humours,nmUnflamation of the Eye-lids,
+Person: , SUlteet to any of :these unideatant disor
ders, will find this-the most effectual remedy , in use,
as it seldom lads to realm e any of . these affections
by 4 few applications, without the least inconvenience
or pain. 'Lhose who are troubled with II DIMNESS
OF SIGHT will also Mai it a valuable remedy for
strengthening , the eyes ;improving the sight t and pre
ventongthe ' dimnessihitt anises from stra g them.
it will alsti he fonnd pa rtiCularlyg Useful an a.wash for
thieeyes of. voting-children, to remove inflamation,
and subdue the humours to which they are so.liable.
Price 50 Cents a-Bottle witli full &free,
, . ..
rtions for using.. • - . .
Sold in Carlisle by.- • '
. • . a 'ELLIOTT.'
April 28,1841.-4 y
Family, J a.lf-Qilious Pills.
these vsdnablepillsare very gentle in _their opera
tions causing neither pain, griping ntsr.any nauseous
sickness. • They, ex.*edingly comfortantlittrengilsen
the stonsack and bowels, and clearin g the sight
ing and 'memory of aged
_persons,_ carrying off
: phlegm, watery matter, putrid grciit thiCklati; -
mors from the stomach bowels and 'blood, which
tnakes them so . celebrated for removing coughs,
irlscumatisms;panis from:the body and limbs, gr a vel,.
mile's, sick stonmeli,:ilfiiirsielvd.gowels and worms: ,
This:tnetliisine, is also an infalible cure for fever and
Davies . Panaceir Blood , Pills,
For the cure af..conasurnptinuoliseased wind-pipe,
ulcerated sore-throat, lungs and liver •complaint,
'itight-sweats, flushei , orheati burning-ill-the stomach.
tightness . - across the chest, itaitis.itt . the breast and
tude,in Ward cancers, piles, sore eyes,sore legs, ulcers
i t.of.every description, swellings,•rheurastisros; they
.. stop the : spitting of blood .and heal the partaffected.
The Panacea Blood pills tire prepared expressly for
I the strengthe • g of every . part of the system and
, healing ail ulo rs and sores, ptirifyinr, and removing
I all had humors from the blood, whit:his often brought
on from too 'much sitting. or standing, or by expo
frOill to - cold. -- Weakly-debilitated
persons are particulary advised to use them, as they.
strengthen the body-in a superior manner; they are
not to operate, on the liOwelti , so much as on
theblood;sts too much purging_will destroy any Weak
ly constitution, and has carried off its thousands to a
wprld unknown to us. Take the advice of one who
shidies to save life and not to kill; weaklyand
tated persons - should not purge more than once a year
-41,3 it-often tatiafbrings costiveness,
Ingrßin.Nenit tan, Hcint, nod Cotton •Carpeting,
jußt received and for sal; yrq 1011,1 v- • •'
• 14.1E41. ' 1 ` CHAS. ObILBY.
Jus received 20 bones RAISINS; and, for *ale by
the box only. . • • CHAS. BARNITZ.
December 15,1114 f. . -
FICTION. . - - •
suit of science and the invention of a _celebrated med. ? ,
badman, tbe introduction of , which to the .-publie
Was Invested wilifthe Indemnity .of a death-bed be ! ,
quest, has since iained it , :reputStion • unparalleled
fully Sustaining the cOrrectriess of the niented lle,
'Griiilley!a last' coureseion,•,tltrit "4,e "'dared not die
without giving to posterity the helefit
edge on this subject," and he, therefore lithfutSl hid
to his friend and attendant; Solomon Ilayiiihe
ofhis diseovery„ • k -
It is now used • in tit
—.tow used, in the principal hospitals; and the
private practice in our country, first and mdst
tainly for The Mire of the PILES, and alsoleiteinside
ly and'effectually as to baffle credulity,unlett VA/WI&
its effeetsire witnessed . Externally in the fitHOWP
ing corimlaints:. -
For ' Dropsy-- = Creating extraordinary absorption,
Swellings--Reducing them in a kw hours.
• Itheumatism*-Acute or chronic, giving quick
ease. , .
Sore Throat-I-By cancer,. ulcers, or colds.
.Croup and Whoo ping - Cough--Externally and
over the chest. .
All Brubles,SPrains, and Burns---Curedin a 4*.
Soresand Uleers---Whether fresh or long stand
ing, and fe.ver sores. - •
.. Its operation upottadults and children in reducing
rheumatic swellings, and lociseningcoughsand tight
nest ofthe chest by relaxation ofthe parts, has. been .
surprising beyond conception'. The common re
mark of those who'have used it in the Piles, is "It
acts like a charm.!'
THE PILES.•;--The price ,$1 i s refunded to any,
person who will use a bottle of Hays 4 Liniment for
The Piles, and return the empty bottle Without being
cured...•Thetie are the positive orderSpftheproprie.
for tothengents,and ont of many thousands sold,uot
one his .been unsuccessful.. • , .
We might insert certificates to any length; bn
prefer that those who sell • the article, should exhibit
t he original to purchasers.
• lo Physic fans and Patients.
The Blind Piles, said io.be incurable by.external
aPpliVations.--Solomon Hays warrants the contrary.
Hie Liniment will cure Blind Piles. Facts are more
stubborn than theories. He solicits all respectable
physicians to try it upon their patients. It will do
them no harni; an
d it is known that every physician
who:lies had theiltonesty to make the - trial, has can
didly admittedifiat it has 'succeeded in -every case
they !rave knolin. Then why not use it.? It as the
emir!e of one of theirmostrespectahle members, now
derewsed. Why 'refuse to use it ? Because it is sold
as a proprietary medicine ? Irthis
-sufficient ex- •
cuse for suffering their 'honest patients to linger in
distress? We think not. Physicians shall be con
vinced that there is no humbug 'or-quackery about •
this artidle.-;-Whv then not alleviate human 'suffer
,If theYironittry it - before, let them after all
other prescriptionafail. .Physicians are respectfully
requested to do themselves and patieritstheinstiee to
use this article. It-shall be taken fro m theloottles
and done up as their prescription if they desire.
Sold by Comstock- & Co. Wholesale Druggists,
No. 2, Fletcher street, New York.
DINKLE, Carlisle, Pa.. -
Dit. - SPORIVA
There is not onecase of Fever in t ousarul ;but
may be effectually broken up and removed •by the
use oftlis Elixir. It removes all acidity indigestion,
bilious matter - Etird - constipation .frour - the stomach •
and bowels. - It operateir,gently and effectuany on
the bowels, and powerfully on the kidneys and shin.
It removes all unpleasantTeelingsafter a heal ty}Enea I ,
and promotes a good appetite. - - It:needs only a isle
to give perfect satisfaction. It has become a viler: I
practice with many to use this article in - all eases cf
colds, pains in the bones, or heavy disagreeable feel
ing,tendering to headache or chilliness. For hoarse
ness, if taken through the day,it completely rein - n. 1.2
the voice :without producing - sickness.. 'Who/Ting
cough, and all coughs of children are cured by it.—
The stomach is kept in perfect order by it, and It is
quite impossible that any disease, should commence
while a person is vsing this Syrup.. - •
G:j• If taken daily itpr odhicesa rudy, healthy , an il
young appeararree,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 SE Co. ,
and by all respectable Druggists. .
For sale also by STEVENSON & DIN
KLE, Carlisle, Pa.
Balm of . Columbza.
British Consul's Office,
NOWtj ALL PERSONS to whom these pees
it ents shall come, that I, GILBERT Ronmrsori .
Esq.. his Britanic Majesty's Conan l for the City. o
Philadelphia, do hereby certify, That ItobertWhar
ton, Esq., who attestato the foregoing Certificates, is
"Mayoret :the,.City of Philadelphia ; and that Mat
thew Randall, Esq., kti Prothonotary of the Court o
Common Pleas for the city and county. of Philadel
phia,?to both whose signitures, with the Sealant their
respiector' e offices,full faith and credit is due..
• I further.certify, that I am personally requainted
with Joseph L. Inglis,one of the signers of the certi
ficates hereunto affixed, which ex,presses the efficacy
of the Balm of Columbia, and that he is a person o
great respectability, and worthy of full faith and cre
dit; and that I have beard him express his untinalifi -
ed approbation of the effects of the said Balm of Co
lumbia, in restoring his hair.
Given under m, hand and seal of of 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 .beloar r t o
the high eharabter of the following gentlemer}4
, The undersigned do hereby certify that we have
used the Balm of Columbia discovered by J. Old-.
ridge, and have found it highly serviceable not only
as a preventive againsithe falling off ollair,bot ale
a certain restorative.
Methodist Minister in St. George charge,
N 0.96 North
JOHN P. INGLIS , 331 Arch at. Fifth st .
JOHN . D. THOMAS, M. D. 163 Race at.
JOHN S. FUREY, 101 Spruce at: •
HUGH McCURDY, .243 South 7th at.
JOHN YARD,jr., 123 Arch at.
f.'"The aged, and those who:persist in wearing. riga,
may not always expejience its restorative qualities,.
yet it will certainly raise itsvirtues in the estimating'•
of the pablic, when it is known that three of the
Bove signers are-more than 50'years of oge, and tb •
others not less than SO. • ' .
[From the Mayon] ,
• COMMONWEALTH Or PENNSYLVANIA,/
'.- • . City of Philadelphia.
I, ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor of said city oP
Philadelphia, dtiliereby certify that I am well ac
quainted with liesstw.J.,' ‘P,llnglislohn 8. Ftrey e
and Hhugh McCurdy, whose names are sign - ed to the •
above cortiffbate, that they,are geetienuen of eharao4-
-ter and respectability, and as such full credit-should/
be given to the - said certificate. • ' •
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my baud.
[L. S.] and -caused the seal of the p ity to be affixed
the sixth day of Deeemher,&e.
. , • ItOIIRT WHARTON, Mayor.
- LDRIDGES BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR
THE positive qualities, are as fol-