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CARLISLE , I"'LN.N•
A DVERTI SEM ENTS
;GROCERIES -TO SUIT THE TIMES.
N ' iidditi:On to a general and well selected \ as,
lit LO Agic .0 avri coiree's, Brown
white Stimars Spicetiot.c.
I have just receivod a large lot of excellent Loa'
itga apart of which at the tow price. of 121
cants per lb. by the Loaf, and other qualities at
corresponding low prices. • I
Find .Gi-ien and Black Teas, at reduced prices,.
- New North River, Cheese, Lemon,
. Strawberry and Sarsaparilla Syrups,
Table Oil Wiul. Cider Vinegar;;first:
lu'dlity, Sperm Oil, Sperm and •
Wild Candles, Cavan:
dish; Ladies _Twi:d .
•cr Plag Tobacco, • '
- • ' Spa , ish, • •
:Half *impish awl Common Se"gars, one Tierce of
Superior Honey, Ground Alum. Salt, Fine Table
Salt ; Tub,:,Buckets,Churns,Ceroßreetruk, Brlfshes
of all kinds, Dcd Cords,
Plough Lines, JHarket
askeis, &c. Bakers N o. 1. Homoepathic and
sweet spiced Tcaland Chocolates, as(i t lse- Cocoa
and Cocoa Paste, Rice, Starch, :Mustard: - And a
gmidral assortment of
Ciltia3.,, CI I a foi4 .k censwpirr,
Stone Crockery, Sugar House, -New. Oilcans and
• Together with a general variety of all other Cr.
ticks in the Grocer'y constantly on hand and
selling at the, - lowest cashl prices, suitable to the
Aso; •fine SALMON.. •
The subscriber returns his sincere thanks to the
pidle, fertile very 'Meml encouragement recciv
ed,.und hopes in future, to merit and receive it like
support. His store is in the Briaz House,
Main street, formerly tho-residonee of the late-A.
Carothers, a feW doors west of the Cdurt..llouse.
Carlisle, Jujy f, 1849 er' l . ) ° t1:36
r+ ti- eo--~ ~ _ ate: ~: 1 - rte ,'? ~ !'
Dr. L C.• Loonas,
perinanctitly'located in Carrisle,and will per. I
form, all Operations that arc required in the]
practice or his prollir;:iion- 7 -such as
*cal ra el i i lira, Plugging - . and
—lnserting Art iiirial 'reel :a,
- .. , from a single thati to an entire set.• • .
• will• ['din Carlisle, the first two. wer.k.q in e a rth
teenth 7 ---ntter which, In; will be absent until the
.first twirtati - ks Ulna rnllowinginoath--at
period he nay he ibund at his
• Offire„ Pill 4. war Farlarie's
1812. • 0127
. VIE - :;lll) . eribi. , r will sell ow al. !;11 , atly rodue
ed_pricrs, FOR CASIt, a largo and g . ..neral
a esorlmenl o .
DRY. GOODS AND GROCEMES,
The stuck is new and cheap, cousisting in part of,
Green *and Brown Cloths,_
Sii perfine Casabneres, Cassloetts; a good assort- •
meat of Putts Stittf, such as Stminicir Cloth 4,
lialiboons: Morino Cassi mares, Coltunade,
Linen and Cotton Drillings, Sze. '
A good assortment of Ve,stinv, Stocks, Shirt.,
Collars, Hosiery, Gloves, &c. &c. &e. -A largo
stock of pkg.:nit Silics, BlarA and Bloc Black,
Figured. and Plain Lig& new style. Mims
lin de Loins, Lawns, Mn•dia de A agletures, Dom
bwities, Irish Linens, Cheeks, 'Pickings, !Merlins,
Calicons;Car Ming, Dress Ilandherchiefs, worked
Collars, - Can - it:ricks; &e. &e. Also, BiNko ;Ind
Straw Bonnets, Ribbons, Gimpy, Leghorn and
Patin Leaf hats, - and a-great -variety—of- goodsi,
not enumerated. -
Put:chasers will do well to call at the old st r pnd
opposite S. Wunderlieli's Ilotel, where (hey will
find stacks of vends, selling cheaper than, ever
sold in this county.
Carlisle: June 15, 181?
FOR PFRADIRPHIA AND BALTIMORE,
irIHE proprietors of the Susquehanna Linrz will
run their Cars and floats as usual to Phil
adelphia and Baltinioro during the present season.
Thair friends will .pledse.apply to Wm. L. Pax,
Broad st. and to Cdstncv,•Christlan & Curran, No.
'76 south Wharves; Philadelphia, and Joseph E.
Until furthe'r notice, the following prices will
be adhered to between this place end the above
tV, 11 • ..;"
Groceries, Q Ware
• and Hardward, 21)
Dry Goods Mimi:
tore and Goods,
Wheat, Bye &.Clorn
per huSliel . 10
Oats do 6
Lumber per 1000 AL:).
• feet $2 -
Shingles, do 150
Flour per bbl. 311 —
Shad do 371
Herring do 311
galt per sack, 28
Pitch, Tar and Rosin
per 100, .16
Plaster gross ton, 82 25
Hemp per 100; 16
Pig Metal; gross ton 2 50
Blooms & Coritings, 3 121
Bar Iron, 3 50
Nails per keg, 18
Leather per 100, 20 .
Whiskey per bbl 50
Burr Blocks per 100, _l5
Curb Stone, do 121
Tin, do , 20
J. & P.. MARTIN.
Successor to Miller S. Martins.
Harrisburg, May 4i IRd2. 6a .27
--Estate-vif-John.., , Jllollz,__deceased.-1
' OTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN, thatletlers
' of Administration on the Estate . of JOHN
lOLTZ, late of Allen • township,' rUiroireflaii'd"
county, deed. have been issued by the Register in
and for the•Tiaid County to the subscriber, residing
in East Pt:wisher° township: All persons having
claims or demands against the Estate, of the said
`decedent, are rs.quested , to make known the same
yiiihout delay; anal those indebted, to make pay
ment immediately ti: ,
JACOB SADLER, Adm`r. •
Ot , .
tate • of Samuel 13.;:lso - , deceased,
NELOTIdE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that letters
of Administration on the Estateof SA iVPL.
SO, Into of the township of Soutlitimptoo,.
,Cumberland, have. been isscied by the
Register ,in Mid for the said county to bib .subsari
ber,who resides in Southampton tp. iforesith2: All
tersons having claims or demands against Zhe
- Estate of the said decedent, are requested to ma k e ;
.knoviir the same withoitt delay; and those hide):
led, to:Make pay tipli •iitimedietely to
~ , . .
'•JAMES KELSO, Jr.
...,. .- .7.. 'Adm.inistrator of Samuel Kelso, deeds
.. Atigintl7, WM,: -. ~ , • , ' . .pt*.4 1 2
,just. received, a further
supply' of Gimp, Flprence, Braid and Straw
R ITNET i'abboi. few Misses Straw BONNETS.
(Jso. W. HITNER.' •
,Ttocte 22, 184,
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TI -E stock of New Goods, belonging to. the
liosserman4 o Rutton, consisting of
• r rtaß -
HAMMERED AND ROLLED IRON;
N a i GrOCCriCS,
OILS, DYE STUFFS &c. &c. '
Will be sold for'CASII, wlMlestile and retail, at re
dUced prices. Those, wanting bargains,, ivill do
well to call some, of the entire - stock will be sold to
close the concern; dOn't pislako the place, at the
Stor.e Room of liosserman & Hutton,.Nerth
• GEORGE HUTTON.
SUrviving partner of the firm of
• •BOSSERMAN, & HUTTON.
May, 18, 1842. 0-29
it 111 1 1 n 9 411 .L l s h 4/ 1 rt 121
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GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO COUNTR MERCHANT.%
FrpsHE subscriber, having concluded to do an en
' ji tire Cash business, pMrs for sale Iris large and
splendid assortment of ,
. 1 7 0111.?,IGN pis DOMESTIC
IC:iS Ciallery, •• •
lower than it was ever bought.for in Philadelphia.
The Milo wing will give you sonic. idea.of the prices
that I sin deterMintal to. sell at;
6 inch Carpenter's Patent 'Rini Locks,
from .4 $l2 lu sl.4l_per doz.
p inch Brass Striker, • 44. 6,59'
Newton Darling Gras.i Scythes, 1O u
Newburn's " 9 "-
Day Forks, Solid Cap Perrtife, • 5 -"
Cast Steel long . handle Shovels;
Cumberland or Reading Nails, 4,624 Keg
Phoenix or:Juniata .41 4,11 ''
Other makes 1,31
• sell any articles in my line fr.un 20 to 25
per cent. lower thou can be bought for on credit.
Call on me—o.vambie my a list of my
priees=.compare them with the prices of- other
t.tores, and ascertain fur yourselveeivhere you rail
hey the glicapest..
- • .111_10.1.
Arb. 53 So IL th Third street, Pll ILA 111; Ll'lll 1, Op
posit( the Brioking Ibitisr; - recently
yiled by (hi: Giritril Bonk, •
1 . 1701)1.1.1 relTetrully!ittier the citizens Car
V Yr lisly lied county,or -Cumberland genc;.ilty
a first rate 11,1soritnctit of the choireit
A?:;ARC - A - 11S - .'
Selected with !peat care, whichilie will pitch and
i forward by rail road to iltb . itildrens of those . who
May favor hint with theirortlers. • I lavinig .tr c. ilieil
a number of faintlio: in Cailisle audits viciiii;i, he
Iwould he pleased to increase the number of , its
touters there. 'llis business has been exclo :vely
to 1.-uptily families with GOO I/ i . ;1;()C El? I 1.'.. , ; - for
the last..twelve.y ears, _and he- tlat, - , ters_lthusell, that
I foe lirst quality goods and fair pik e's, he canit-t be
surpasied- in. the city'. -UP; nick consist,' tif n
general assot Uncut, smite uf which lie %sill yiiiin- i
erate: . fr"
Itarlibgtou I-I %. :AS, of.loncs l.•( liiit'imi and 111 iF- 1
MI: iS:.. Booth', curing..
1 Swill:ell TONGUES.'
' I.hicilllKEl , .
. , •
i I;t.tien owl lilooli Tr....1t., sonic of tilt': litie,t int
. portations, and qi i \cry choice yialitivs.
Sperm , ilf, and Sperm CANDLF.S.
COPI , EP.;'ef every variviy, s tote WV . Java, forty
years old. .
HAS( s:S; PIC;S, I'ItUNIS, A I,NIONI) , Mid
PE"..A N NUTS, .._
Italian Nl.'W.V.t..jp•N I mid N'III.NIECII,I.I.
Painas.itt,Eir,lisle, - -Sop Sago, ilidland and .1111 -
-410111 CH reEt,E.
(311111'1'U ooil',, PICKLES and SAUCES, of uvery
variety. - f •
French, Etigli.iii, and Au - 101.11.w' NI mil' .% I; D.
Sifii A It ,1,1111 and 111.0W11 • of elder qualities.
fiIt.I(IICEItS, of ' every .. varicty, Philadelphia,
• limmiti, Prkcel oil, S:c, ' .
(Eatery SEE I),
English Split PEAS.' ,
, • .
SEG \ lIS of every quality, some very choice.
i . PiIESP...IIXES. LI NIF,S CICIION, PINE AP
PLES, G.lNtiEll. PEA 11 ,4 , l'ltt'NE'`, et' , &e• -
eUltitY poNv twit, Indio S (J V,I &v . ,. with an
I extensive asiortmem of ever y oriiele a f:Vtoilv. two
require. . XVII.. I. 51.‘1)1)1>Cli,
' 5.; :.3r)titli - l'ltird Street, Phi bidet [dila.
•-- If to ;NEtty _05,181'2.
No. 113, South Second Street, Philarldphia.
074 0 a.
THE subscriber respectfully invites the
Zeus of Carlisle and County of Cumberland
generally, to call before pnvehasing_elsewhere, and
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PLAIN& URNASIENA q
I,2 '' . 'PL
i --- -, or every diseription; which ant,
J manufactured under -his own ho.
mediate 'direction,of the best material, by superior (
Workmen, and which he :warrants of the best
quality—nmi at prices as low as can he purchased
in the. United States. Mlle also manufactures an
T,.• Da 071 D.
the superioritysuperiority of Ninth consists in the aNtoni,h.
int; facility with which an Invalid,with the slight
est effort, may by the use of one - or both hands,
move to and fin in the house, or in the open air
in a garden or elsewhere, and turn 'quickly round
without requiring any inure'srice than it occupies
ARR ATIAM McDONOU(H, -
No. 113, South Second Street, Philadelphia.
June 15. 1811. 1 3111:33
rifillE CAUSE OF CONSUM PTION.— Sim
pie as these complaints are usually considered,
no one can diiny their being the most common
- cause - of this fatal and-- distressing-disease:--It-is'
indeed a melancholy truth, that thousaUds ; fail
victims to Consumption every year . from no other
ifagialtrainlF. -- IreFF — we
dreds, nay thousands who treat such complaints
with the greatest indifference, and let them run
on for weeks and even tnenthslvitlibut- thinking: -
of the danger. At first you, have what you 'may
consider a alight cough or cold; you' allow busi
ness, pleasure or carelessness to prevent you from
giving - it any attention; it then settles upon your
breast, you becontirjaZa - e—have pains in this
side' or chest; expectorate large quantities of mat
ter, perhaps mixed • with blood, a difficulty of
breathing - ensues, and then • you find your own
fooliA neglect has brought on this distessinv
complaint. If then you value life or , health, be
warned in time, end don't trifle with your CoXis;
or trust to any quack nostrum' to cure. .you. tint
immediately pro Cure a bottle or two 'cif:that 'fa:
mous remedy, the, "BALSAM pF
Which is well known to ho the most spe_ y cure,
ever known, as thousands will testify Whose lives
I.mve been saved by-it. • ~- • .
,T.:.rße_very particular whenyou purchase to
ask "Dr. BALSAM. OF WILD CHEItY, "
ati there is also a SYSIIP of this narcii in use:
Prepared, Wholesale and -retail/ by': 1/ 1 1Ve.
& Co., • Cheloiets, No. 33 Speak' fonotio '‘ '4
yhiladelphia. • •
• ''Sold in Caili'sbi by •
SAMtai BLOOM , .
Pri be One DaUnt a Bottle:
June:Z. ) , 1842, r 40.33'
— HENRY, 1.. Importer.
193 Illtrttettit. above 13th, North side; Philadolphia.
Juno 1, 1812. . 'emt•3l
N . O . 0,,T10 . 12 IIER A LD: NO.. OF MY LIVING Ag.TIONe,
' A 7. 1842.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
•• Office appoSite the Carlisle Bank:
JUly 27, 18•12.- • • Gin-39
S. DUNLAP ADAIR
.I(toriley cat Lau?,
OPPICE N 0.3 •Heetem's Itow, on the Pub
lic Square, Carlisle, Pa:
April 6,1812. k tf-2.3
ac atim VT. ETD L,
la ITV 11 "Wal <4 , "
ESPECTFULLY tenders his services tothe
AAR' citizen's of Carlisle and its vicinity, that he
will .attend to and perform all dental operations
such as C IC(111 . 1 . 77 g; Pinging diu&Extracting no
turcil Teeth, and• inserting incorruptablc artificial
teeth ( - loin a single. tooth_td,iin entire set ; -
• myollice oppositC ill'Farlants'sillotel. •
July•2o, 1.842, • • • 2 .. if-36
SITYAR & ZA,74:4E13;
Produce, C o nim iss lon a nd
. }Forwarding Tigerchanis 7
N. W. cori!er Brume .j Arch Street, Philaderigik
07"Refo - onre. to •Williarn I.l.•Murray,
July 27, 1842. • tf-3:1
Za CU ULU.) Wa.
T'I"I'LRS of Adtniniatrattion upon the estate
id A of PHILIP FISIIBURNOute of Dickinson
toWnithipfenmberland coutity,sleceased, have been
granted, in -doe form of Law to JOON FISi I BURS
and 'A N'IIION all persona who are in
debted to the' estate will make - payment imme
diah ly, and those • who have claims will present
them duly authenticated for s'eillement to
JOHN FISH BURN;
Residing, in North Aliditleton township,
AMMON V phtIIBURN,
Residiv; in Dickinson township,. •
.11.03 , 27, 1812
, T• . St . ', "Nle ;. , -1 4 1 , 1
`L! , )
'IT'.11131:11 of every (Ilusetiptiob
_LLeI for sale cheap; 'by. '
• • J. '&P•rtt4h.
Ildriisborff,.:lprit 20, I S.F.!. • - 6m.27
TABII3[I O [ll
041 . 1 S s
nn IN; 0.1.11
hen 1 f G
isdE l ; : t llt
complaint attacks your intereting little children,
olken rolls you of _those you fluidly dont on, and
caPrie„÷ -hunch cds to .the _ grave. —Every.. mother
should thcrelbre, know itasyniplains, watch them
closely, bind always be iTepar:ed with a, remedy
as many are. daily by,stich bcOect. At
tirst.tholittle patient seized with n .shivering,. it
graves restless, has thN hes or hcat,the eyes become
red and swollen, it In ea tiles, with difficulty, and
than conies that fearful Como that will surely tcr.
miticte in convulsionsAmdcatleutdess SOMething
given 1.1 the , •ii i t. 111 lids complaint
the "Bal6am of Wild Cherry" is .veal }mown to
be the most speedy r V . Cl' diCoVerCd. it
10111edy- - 111lid, eufe 1111 d innocent, and
is stun , td give the iiufferer immediate relief, and
quickly restore it to safety and health. Tittni
hies residing iii the country and indeed every too..
tiler who loves hr r children, should alWays keep
this medicine in the house and give it', to. the . 9).•
early, by doing so you may
(denearly, give the 'Riot .
one you fondly love. E t emember.this is I ammis
remedy of this distinguished physieb. , Dr. Wis.
.rar, which has cured thMisands . of CROUP,
W HourING COUWI, AST(INI A, COlsiSll7llP
-4110.Nr-6..-e,otfter-evy othermMdicine haii tailed.
ii;lrtieuter when you porchase to rnik
for' , Dr. WherAtt:s.l3nr.sAm or WILD Cimanv,"
as there is li SVIII.II. of illiS*11:11118 advertised that is
entirely a different medicine.
. only by LIAMS & Co.,' Chemists,
go, Fourth e.trect, Phi
in Carlisle by
Price Otie .1)61lar a Bottle.. .
hine 422, 1
_,---- , ‘ 37 .,..
;r: - , , '::' ,1 :' 3, 1 7 ;qe-- $. '' '
' , ..,,.4 tylt,,,i, v 4 ,) g. e. 441 .#,.. .... .. ~,_
.:-.'.. - ;•,.-. - ,,,4:, ~ d -':rst): j. 1 . ...0 .
6 -Pi otl ° ii l
R.,• ,- ',....- , .. , "”, -,, - ' bal : .ii
ret.z.: , ..,7:44 . f 44, tz.3 4if4f--* ' 11
:t7I - W.4 - AcM ftltar:#4:ii.l.
PUIIIFWATION AND P URG AT lON
Dr. Kt ft)plivaLm-4,
Dn. Ltinv's BLooDPif.d.ti euutain 111,111 Cir
Whidi jn•odnrc the . e . olll.•
1 / 1 1INI 1111 . :11/11! Li 11,19 el
P UR I '1'111.: IS I,OOD
or, ea %IV ye. •
nIIIIEIII.I are no Pills in evistnnee wlunb 'nay be
',fel,. tiitsa at sal titn,;, ages
. atitl seasons,
withatit Wow cr occupation, Ns Dr.
From their rorato'sition, they are a:deal:lied to
purify the blood old during the inter
val hetAi - emi takiir; them and their Oper.itiOni then
all impuritice, 115 well as olmosious sal:stances of the
stotaa,elk:lncl bowels, are carried off by their mild
IJI'W A (WS OP 100,00)) 'BOXES
of diem 'lane liven sold during the pit six months
:den:, stud UPWARDS OR 1.,n00,u00.
hinee their liv.st 'ititrothietion hy the proprietor, pr
N. 13. Lenh•.
IN NO SINGLE INSTANCE
have they ever been known to fail. in producing
DR. Lmtri BLOOD PILLS,?
contain no ingredients d:urgc•rnns In 16 ecootitn;:on
NO MERCURY Mt
whirl) are 'ntnployod in ,•111 fills tniumfluutio •' Y
(bricks and Impostors, who depend upott"Atyi
gerolts medicines under the intprrhsion,(w)iirh t•
their ignoratter,) diseah,ni rnust;A•ield
eflcets sf Me re„tit . y nit l older 11 nerals.'
U I‘NVA “US 01" BOUZCH R‘l'l l-‘ICA'I‘ES
Prom Physicians and ()Burrs, have been frequently
published of the happy effeats of Dr:Leidy's Blood
Pills and further conaught, upon theie Merits is nu
neeesbary. Dr Leidy would, however,e,arnestly re
coramilnenriall requiring a_purifving (wpargat ive •
medicine, to procure his BLOOD) PILLS, and try
them. No one will ever use any other 'kind; having
-orate4,ivee-rhent-kfair tria.. ~.:___:.''
A OE COENTERPEITS--I( t pro-,
curedirom the solemonntitatur_r tindproprietor, Dr.'.
N. B. LEIDY, at his BEA I II EM PORIUM, No..
t9l North Seeond street, elow Vine street,(Sign of
the Golden Engle and S peids,)Rttladelphia,there
can be no possibility.° mistake. . . .
They are also ke t by' roost of the respectable.
Druggists nf,Philad Iphinond by respectable iNle
chants and DruggisA throughout the United States.
PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOX.
i c k
For sale, M Aisle, by
-,STEV NSON •& DINKLE, •
.'..,: Agents for Cumberland County.
May. 18,184.2. •• . . Iy-29
Estate of Agdin l'anger, , citeeased.
'.„l - STT,ERS Administratipn on the Estate of
_ILI JOHN TANGER, late of SoutlFlNiddleton
,township, Cumberland county, deceased, having
liken granted to the ,puberiber, residing in the
seine township, uP . persons indebted to the estate
will 'hake paymtmt end those hay.
ing claims will In esent•them duly - authenticated
• CHRISTIAN HERR,Adm!r.
July 27, 1842,, . • . 6t•39
' 'DR: P 110 7 102"1?
• ...Ak BEAUTitt7I, Materitil . for' G9ntlemeri'e
reeiiveitilir the eubserftier
,• : GEO. AY. MTNEIR. '
I'4 1S•12.• • • -
"" )11. ' 43 . -qc4G n cs.ulcra L%-)gtabll.o.llla.c3d3,
Q-'I4N• ' H' A RP E R .-
Connnis:sionOk in .1114nItropicy.
OFFICE in South Hafiever. street, , nenr M'-
Clellan's Hotel, where all intorination desir.
ed, in reference to, the duties of thosO intending
to apply for the benefit'of the Bankrupt Act, can
Carlisle, May '4,:1842., '
FARMERS ) "HOTEL .
DE subscriber hereby informs his friends and
- the public in general, that he still continues
to keep a •
• PUOLIC •
rlttt.. .py r ii
(reports to the 'contrary notwithstanding,) at the
OLD STAND, in East High Street, a few doors
east of the-Court House; where he will at all times
take.plensure in administering to the comforts of
those who may favojjAim with their mistrial: •'
His BAR shalrFe constantly supplied with the
choicest liquors, and his.TABLE with the best the
Market can furnish. A careful OSTLER always
kept in attendance—and nothing shall be left
done to please all who call with him. .
BOARDERS taken by the• week*, month or Year.
SIMON WONDERLICH. •
April G, 11342. - tf-23
TO TIRE 'PUBLIC.
~ V &UFAiTTUIIED And keptlri hand,' for
sale, in the city of Lancaster, nor the
[Lid Rood, • •
Eaidless C,hain Powci
THR ES HING -M A C-HI NE S
for one horse and for two horses, warranted to
work well, and . 43 ' greater durability thah any
other Machines, fo • a similar purpose known to
the subscriber at pre ent.
Lancaste'r, May 4.1812: - .- .- - flaria7
ANY person wishing to i nvest a' few Thou.
sand Dollars in now and Hubstantial Pro
perly in Carlisle, yielding ten per Cent:per annum,
wilt' hear of an opportunity of doing tro by calling
on the Editor of thecr - feld & Eip6itor."
• Carlisle, Junir 2J, 1849. tf.3.5
1--Dll,--GUET-TiCii,l4A A s_Bl,ctrs.i:
1 (ty. , o' ‘.l.f4l).hitto.u:iirtrja:Pi-iiir'
MBE OLIVE; BRANcII PILLS for the eth:o
111 of Coughs, Colds, Consturrpticiii, Liver Coin.
Plaints, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sufol Throat, Dys
repFinr;Shortuc9s-uf - Brea - tic - Pains - in the• Side,
Breast, Back and Shoulder:l, - Ague and Pever, an
intallable cure, and all Scathit and Bilious Fevers,
and all diseases arising' from exposure and de
bility, no matter how ° tang standing— in fact all
diseasel to which the 'human fitinil; are BUNCO. to.
. pills aro ,unsurpassed by any medied
I compound ever olfered lu tire public as a general re
' novater and fluffily. medicine." They are very
• genii& in their operation causing neither prin,
sickness nor debility by dui use of , thern; but on
the coo trary they- .alrengilien the stomach and
bowels in it wonderful manner, and soon restore
nature to its former coinsmand vigor. The per
son using the Olive Branch Pills soon forgets
,I.Wrwas sick—whiolt_is very easily accounted
forrtficre is not aka, prostration of strength in
these pills us in marry other remediespf the day,
bees use the materirls used in innufketuri rig them
are in harmony with the powers of lire and , act
in Concert with the opinions of Ur's. Brown, Bosh,
A riffitrong, Montgomery, Hersey, Kendrick,
Shepper ;Intl the celebrated Dr. Waterho4e,
fOrmeily Lecturer on the theory and practice of
Physie in Cambridge University, Massaohusetts.
Purchase of them, and give them a, fair and im
°partial trial,, anti you will find that permanent re
lief, upon which thin proprietors depend to make
them the most . universal fluffily medicine used,
and which .Wilj stand unrivaled by 'any other in
the known world. I'rice 25 cents per box. .
Is one of the must certain and effectual cures for
all rheumatic, chronic and intlinmatery Rheum
tisms that has ever yet been discovered, and in
numerous cases has eradicated that dreadful dis ,
ease from persons afflicted entirely. All sour
drinks and vietualtt arc strictly fiabidden, and
spiritous liquors must not be taken inwardly by
any meami whatever, or it will be of no use to
take this medicine, as it will destroy the good 'ef
fects of the medicine entirely. Price $1,50 per
AIitISIIURG LIFE TIN-61E11E.
These celebrated drops have acquires tho high
est recommendations in this country, us well as
Eurcipe fbr its most valuable proprieties for all
inward vlksil; tiesses
and.when used the Olives Branch Pills,ncvur
Mils to cure the fever And ague. Price 25 cents
Is unrivallad for.its curative qtialitiefi even when
used in cases of maladies which were otherwise
incurable. Many' recommendations havo been
given of the beneficial effects it has bad-in the
cure of. pleurisy, pectoral jtnd pulmonary con
sure ptione, colds, &c. Price 45 cents per bottle.
. HYSTERIC OR MOTHER .DROPS.
This most excellent article has a quality of
calming instantly,9nd without fail, all cramps of
the stomach, cholic and that troublesome disease
called mother fits or hystcries; and when continu
ed for some length of-time, will cure the patient
entirely. Price f 25 cents per vial.
OItEEN WONDER OIL, , •
A certain curo for all Scalds, Druseri, Burns,
and the most elfcctual 'ebre:fpr the piles—it 1011
cure the per Son afflicted in u very, short time, if
'ased according to directions. Price l els; per vial.
This spirit is highly recommended for all
sprains, swilling of the limbs, or leaders, sinews,
joints and rikeumatici as an outward remedy, it, has
nocqual,and when used with the Rheumatic 'Medi.
nine, will greatly Ihoilitato the cure. The an.
mulls of History do net produce its equal, and it is
gleatest preventive against cold, in the
v., own world. l'Or particulars see directions accom
panying the bolllds. Price .9.5 .. CC11it3.
. 'TOOTHACHE DROPS,'
Aninfalltiblo cure if used , according to dircc
tiontioPrice 25 cants fTr - . • _
SALVE OF DRESDEN.
It; decidedly the best , application for wounds
vent if used in time, many operations; and pre
verit,Lock Jaw, .Pains in the:Back; Head;
Funnies who are so unfortunate-as to have sore
breasts, and will uss this wonderful salve; will be
cured in ayery short time. It cannot be:too high.
Iv recommended. For further particplamsee dire 6.
tions. Price 194 cents per heir. •
An excellent," article for the cure of, worms in
adults as well - es ebildreu, 'and will cure when
other remedies fail. Price 6A cents per box.
COUGH .LOZENGES. • ••
A superior article for Coughs, Colds,Sore throat,
Bronchitis and difficulty of bre4lhing• ',Price 6 3
cents per hini,, • • •
*ild _wholesale andrrotail, at the principal office,
N0.,384, Noith -3d street, Philadelphia; and by
-JOHN GRAY, Carlisle; Pa.
• Cialieral Agent for Cumberland County..
lone 22;1134 . 4 . . • / Y-34
. . ERAUGH I •
AN'bu found NlTarlanAt Ido l iel for a few
11) days." All =lora id hie line 'will - be punc.
Wally attended to.
Cailiple, Aug. '24, 142. lt-43
RA HE CHANCEI
A LARGE lot of ROOTS 10 SHOES,
of all descriptions, just received; and selling,
for cash,, uncommonly low, at the store of
Carlisle, Aug. 10, 1842
•., OW. ottt first Cost:
CHEAP GOODS! • NO MISTAKE,
. AT THE STORE OF. •
THE subscribers intend winding uptheir busi.
nese, and are now determined to sell goods
at such unusual IoW prices ns cannot .fitillocon.
vinee the purchaser that, they htte the cheapest
goods ever offered in this region of country.
Their 'stack ie NEW and CHEAP, consisting
in part of . '
Blue Black, • Blue • Invisible'
Green, Brown and Drab Cloths, Cassimeres
4- Satinets, - of various colors and prices„
' a variety of Mouslin rle
Plain 4 Figured Silks, Black
' • 4- Bloc Black Bombozinei,
Summer and Winter
Mu.slins, Calicoes, Dress Hal:kerchiefs; ‘S.c. 4e.
There numerous advantrigca in purchasing
goods which were frequently mode knovin in for
'mar' advertisements,Nwill , be sufficient proof to
satisfy all those desirous of obtaining bargains,
that they are no - prepared and fully determined
to sell them 'e tly cheap enough. Come pie!'
all *ye who have ' long bech—sirffering under the
severe pressurripf the times, and.adopt the, remedy
which i i here provided for you, i. c.. CHEAP
GOODS. ~ .
E.r-They would particularly invite the attention
of purchasers to their Cheap Clotips, Cassi
'neves 'and Sattino Is. . .
P. S. Those who are yet indebted 'to the 'sill,
scribers, will please stittsly the same between this
and December ntxt.
Shippensbur, July 20,1842. 10.38
FRIDLEY'BI, ROBINSO N .
Coppersmith, friut Obve
• .82ftSbieSS:' •
ACOB FRIDLEY & ELIALER ROBlN
having entered into Co-Partnership, iu
the Tin, Copper -atid Stove "tininess,' under the
firm of FRIDLEY & ROBINSON, respectfully
inform.the public that they intend carrying on
of Jacob Fridley, North Hanovoi street, Curliele;
where they ion:a all times, be prepared to set cc
purehaseis with any article in their line, on' the
I, addition to till other varieties of stoves,
.which they 'will - constainl; have on hand, they
Mrve - purchased of J. G7-Hathawayi-the ex:
clusiye right tdmanutheture and sell, coun•
ties of Cumberland 'end-Dauphin •
Ellitthavnl Patera - "ZIot Air
And being aware that the people in this place
and vicinity, have been much impot:ed upon by
the introduction of new and highly recommend.
ed articles which they base beep induced to pur.
chase, and which have been so slightly made, and
of such bad 'material, that in a short time they
have failed and become useless. We, therefore.
I do not intend-offering stoves far sale . until they
are.fairly tried in this community, and pronoun.
-eed more durable in fili.ir construction, better
' adaptinl to the purposes Of boiling, baking and all'
the 'varieties of cooking than any other stove;
also, tl n they arda great saving of fuel us well
(Q_ r.-We earnestly invite farmers as %veil mr rest.
dent.: of this place and the neighboring villages,
to call on us at S. Wundurlich's hotel, or notify
us by letters (Postage unpaid) that they-are will
ing 'to try our stove,—and the sieve shall be filaced
in the kitchen of every person giving us such no
tice, and taken away 'after trial, without ally ex
pense to persons making the trial.
The stoves will be kept for sale at the Tin Shop
of Mr. Jacob Fridley, and at -thet.Foundry of
Messrs. Lay & Stouffer, in Cadisle.
Having contracted fir One lln nnYed Tons
Castings, We: will, in - a few days, supply stove
dealers with all the different sizes, on the most
ELEAZER, ROBINSON, of Carlisle, is ngerit
for selling the right to make sod ‘'euril ;he Ho'l'
AIR STOVE, Will dispose of cowlties in this
and the adjoining, States.
We publish the fujlowing reeoinorendations from
some of those who aro - using the stove, to covet:to:
age others to try it.
CARLISLE, Sept. 12, 1811
I have ill use in nay kitchen one of Hathaway's
Patent Hot Air Cooking Stoves, and can recom
mend it as a very superior article. The one I
have is No. 3. It has 5 boilers and an oven suffi
ciently large to bake six •loves .of bread. The
baking, roasting and broiling; can all be done n't
the same time and .with much less wood than is
required air tiny stove which we have - used; .
This size appears to be peculiarly calculated for
'Farmer', and for their benefit I invite them to call
and Pep this stove in use, as I shall take pleasure
in slinaVing this stove••to all whom •interest or
curiosity may induce to examine it. •
CARLISLE, Sept. 11,1841,
Messrs. L . Robinson • CO.-GENTLMJEN,
have during the, few days I have had your Hatha
way's Hot Air Stove in use, become convinced of
its great superiority over all other stoves I have
used or, seen: I find by the trial that boiling,
roasting, baking and broiling may all be done at
the same time, in a mosfperfiiet manner, and with
less than - one fourth the Biel I have.ordinarily. used
for the same purposes. I have heretofore been of
the (minion that bread could no} be well baked in
a cooking stove, but I am convinced upon tibil
that it can be'',slope as well in your stop.: as in a
brick oven. ,
I believe that tbe general introduction of your
store into use will be very' beneficial tu•the public,
therefore 1 shall take pleasure'in recounnendiuk
it to my friends.. Yours respectfully,
. CARLISLE, Sept. 10, 1841.
illest,rB. E. Robinson..S. Co.—Gentlemen, I have
fairly tested the "Hat Air Stu've" . which you put
tiß r at my housciand can recommend it as posse,ss.
ing, Principles of economy and COTIV6IIiI.3IICe far
surpassing any other store which,.l lye ever seen.
The boilers coming, in immediate contact with
the fire gives great facilities fur boiling, and the
o v en _i s vested orumeli u princi . gle_ that_brend.i,
bakod in as fine a - Manner as• in Et brick ore .
find it, also a great saving of - foel and lahor,, and
would" advise all to adopt it.
M ITCHEL MeCLEL LAN.
CHAMBETZSgEI/O,SCpt. 6, 1841;
I do certify that I am now using one of
way's. Patent Hot Air Cooking Stoves, N0..3, arid
do recommend it as superior to any stove 4 have
seen; the great saving of fuel, and the variety that
can be cooking at the.same 'time, ptakes it an ob
ject, to those whowish,to facilitate the operations
of the' kitchthi. , . .10S. CULBERTSON.
Carlisle; June 22, I 842: * t 515.134
ACES; !! !!!!!! t
6 B ;
4Handkprchiefs; Shaye. Muslin-de74Ains,
ov g O •Boots
and Shoee,l2n. &C.. jun received from tits c ity
auctiohr.; rind Felling for cash. very, .3w, at Oa
store'of .. • • . CHAS. (g. , ,ILBY'.
; ! Cudisle, Aug: 0,1842 . . , . tf.4l
Ilk's! ELMO :".cials!
TUS:r received 106 dozeri Pella year Hats,
el which will be sold wholoosale or retail, cheaper
than evor offered heretofore, • ' • •
. y Carlisle, May 25, 1/ 42, • • tf,3o
1140A-B-LE-311-LL-PR OP ERT
fit sulmciiber will HOU ON TiEASONA I.F. TEM+,
Coul:kining 110 Acres Pateinted
Sitirate in Monroe township, Cumberland county,
Pa., 7 miles East of Carlisle, 'ori the. public road
leading from Carlisle to York; L rniletroM..Church•
town, and 5 from. Mechanidsburg—hayMg there•
on erected A THREE STORY 'STONE
JEER Cirle(fa• VT - 14 ;
AND sel ,
1111011 [Kr . l
etart . P,Jurt"a - uartJ . l - 11 1.41.!?A.
'4O by 50 feet, with four run of stones,.and all ne
cessury Machihery, &c. belonging 'to u,rnill, all
in first-rate order.. , ' . .
.4 Plaster .771011 A" Saw 01114
with every thing about them in complete order;
all situated. on the YELLOW BREECHES
'CEEEK;-Lirlitrge two story
.^4 ) 4li ?:0 111 Era l
ftwilh the necessary out:buildings and'
•- other conveniences; a large new BANK
BARN,' roomy, compact and compkite; a thriving
ORCHARD of apple and other fruit trees; a well!
of excellent Water at the 'house, and water in
nearly every field on thelilace.
The whole of the above property is in the best I
condition, and the are situated on one of the
best streams in the State, und.which never fails.
The neighborhold is the must thviving in, the
country, affording a first-rate custom, and every ;
facility for the conveyance of Flour, Grain; Ulm-
tier, 41. c. to and from the Mills. ,
Persons desirc us' of purchasing,- areinviled Ui
to call on the Subscriber„ residing on the properly,
W.hilkvill show the same, and make known the,
terms tffsale; or he will exchange the same for.
a good landed property. • •
• JOSEPH LATSHAW.
August:l7, 1842. • • • 61.42
Valuable :Real 'Estate
el 'DI • -
. • . 1.1` , ..0 1 11 111.1.1• ; -
roHE subucriber, assignee of Daniel P. Sher-.
ban, - will sell by public outcry, on the prem
ises, on FRIDAY the 14th . T
of OCTOBER, 1842,
-I, o'clock, P. M. 184 CRES aticF64 PER-.
of 4irst rate I'ATEN'PED - •
itunte ill N•VesiTelinsboro township, Cumberland
coutdy, thrardles - west olCarlisleithe (State-wad
i() Newyille' passes: through the property, so alsO
does the Cumberland •valley railroad. The land
_Henry, Hinter; Samuel
John Fishburn and others. The property is in a
-healthy si:ction of the country. The improvements
are a good two story log
0. • d-N0
A first-rate new STONE BARN,'WhOuse occupied
is a DISTILLERY, and other necessary out-build
a- of never failing water at the door, a
young and. thriving apple ORCHARD With other
fruit trees. Afibut 00 acres of the land is cleared
and' in a good state of cultivation,. The balanceis
covered_with thriying timber. Come and see.
ALSO, on the same day at 'lO o'clock, A. M., a
IDltuQsa-1 - 1 : 01 . 1A1 quo
v.ith a Steam Boiler and large Wood Vessels, with
copper Worms, 18 new .double Hogsheads. The
above mentioned articles ale new and of the best
kind. If it can .not be sold together, it will be of
.fered in pieces. The larger vessels will make ey
cellent t isterns. •
Any person wishnig to see the Real Estate or
the Distillery, Will please call on John" Hays, I.lsti.
in Carlisle• or, John Kreitzer living on the premireq,
tvho will Amy. it . ;_pnxsession-will- he-given on the
Ist day of April, A. D. 18434, and, an indisputable
title made. •
Er Attendance given and terms'of sale mile
known on day of sale, by • • .
DAVID C0 1 131,E,
;ignee of Pallid. P. Sherban.
Angu-t 17. IND!. 41.49
7: 1 117. 1 ,.. %) , E Trg a s AIAI
rI t ulisariher dispose of at public sale,
ti on the premise:l, on TfritlllSDA Y, the 40th
of t)(70.1.1E1i next, '
vtAvv . A . ,:al 12-,121 TaLciat
of Slate and Limestone Land,lit North Middle.
ton township, Cumberland county, containing 117
ACR E S,. tetoro or less, of patented land; adjoin log
lands of Coover,Ziglcr, and others—said farm is a
portion of the estate of. John- MdClintielt; dec'd.
The improvements arc a
• .11; ,
• U-D Ef7.3
- El , BA Et
There arc also never filling springsef water on
the premises, convenient to the house. •
Said forth is but a few miles distant from Car
lisle, and is well worthy-the attention of capitalists.
Persons desirous of viewing the
tothe day of sale, can be gratified by calling on
Alexander McClintiek,who resides on the promiSes.'
The terms will be made easy, and--a clear in:
disputable be given. .
` Pu '' 4 *' ir Residing in Chainbersburg.
July 27, 1842.
:nredicaled Extract of Sorsa
ONE EUN,bRED DOLT:ARS
'll 7 ILL tie forfeited . by Dt•.N. B. 1.1. 7 .1 DY, for a
' 1 6 preparation of Sarsaparilla equal to his
• Medicated Exirui.e of Surzaparilla.
It is positively the strongest preparafion of Sarsa
parilla to existence. 'ONE BOTTLE is equal to
six pints of tiny other Syrup that is made, and is
bought by ntimerons persons throughout the city 'and
chantey for N V. aking therefrom, and hr., sell it at
seventv-five•ceo '''or one dollar per bottly'labout half
• ....)--;--- v • .
.The efficacy" of Sarsaparilla is well known in
Scrofula' or King'sll'vic Eilsipelvs, Diseases of the
Liver; Affection of the :AM and Bones, Ulcers of
the NOse, Throat and Body, as well as an Antidote
to Merettry and the Minerals, CovistittittonaLDlS
eases,aad a Genesi:LVOV! ft......r . afilie. 'Mood and Animal
Fluids.' -Comment upon its- virtues is unnecessary,
every body knows its efficacy. ' Ills only necessary
when 'using it to get a good 'preparation of it, and
then there kVil I be no disappointment in ftx effects.
J'a.. Leidy wouldrefer to the most respectable pity
si:sions in Philadelphia, as - wt.:,11 as throughout the
I:hilted State's., , fin. the ammeter °lbis preparation,
as well also to.thgnume:ous certificates Rem physi
cians, and others, that have been from time-to time
published, now deemed unnecessary, AR the.charae
ter of hi3prepasation i s firmly
ctiaCtfte' Southern States it is used altogether, and
throughout Mb North takes the precedence over all
others, Ili . ..Trion/407 among thellVsiolans; who, for
the benefit of Their patierits, always re:Co:or:teed :;t.
Thereader.in ref, , rred to the 'dirtet!onr; isce- 6, t - .
partying eichshatleforrecorcinendatioos,ciertificat S.
and further certificates. '. - -. ,! -.•,!, : :
PER IIt.TTLZ: t- ,
prepared and told,' wholesale, and .retail Elir-
LEIDY'S BEA.LTIII EXPOILIUM,No39I Norte
Sec.snd streeltil4elo:W Vine, sign attic! °Od
.k Setpents,Ehiladelphiaiand for gale in Carliale,l7
, , STEVENSON dr,DINKLE, .
_ : .'-'.---.- , - -Agenis for Cumberland County. ,
• arlisls • Vac IR; t 44, I y-'29'
BY R. WIIITE,MIDDIAtQN:
PETITIONS for Discharge and Certificate un—
der the Bankrupt Law have been filled.by
ABRAHAM HAMILTON, late Merchant. ••
of the firm bf Hamilton di Oraff,.noW • •
ABRAHAM W. GRAFF, late Mereliant'•', , ••
,df the firm of Hamilton & Graff; now
EDWARD A. SEIKER, Teacher, - •
• Cumberland county.
and FRIDAY the 30th day of SEPTEMBER
next, at 11 o'clock,_ ,14.. is appointealpr the'
lieari , .g thereof, before the sag Court,— sitting in
Bankruptcy. at the District Couit Hoorn, in the
City ofPhiladelphia,*lien and wfiere . theCieditors
of . t he said Petitioners, who have pieced their Debts,
and all other persons in interest, may appear and
show manse, if any they have, why euch Discharge
and Certificate should not be .granted.
Clerk of the District CpUri.
180. • • 10-38
NOTICE: . .
. A ' PETITION foK the Benefit cif.the Banlt;
rept Law, has • been 'filed the 22d July,
.184,2, by . . , , .
ROBERT S . SODORASS, late Meichani
of the. City of Philadelphia,.now Agent '
of ' ' • • • Cumberland . cbunty:
Whieli Petition will_ be heard before the Dis
trict Court of the United States for the Eastern
District of PenrisyNatile; Sitting Ed Ilt:iiiftifitey;
at the District Court Room, in the ibity of Phil
adelphia,on Moi4y the 19th day of September,at .
11 o'chick, A. M. When and Where all persona .
interested may appear and show cause, if any they '
have; why the prayer of - the said' Petition should
not lie granted, and the EinAil Petitioner be deolar;
ed Bankrupt. j
.141 y 1842
ETYMONS for the Benefit of the Elailltrupi.`
' 'Law have been filed the 19th Aug. 1840, by
JACOB A: RAUM, Inkeeper, Cumberhind co:
GEORGE 'HOLLINGER, of the firm. of
-- Hollinger & Danis, .Contrectora oh. thi _
Public IVOrks, now Carpenter, Cumberland oo;
WILLIAM NOAKER, Sadler and Die. • •
tiller, Cumberland co
THOMAS FLOW EllS,lnkciper, Cumberland co
AVIC,ch Petitions will be heard before the
trictCni:rroftheUnited:litntes flu- the Easterrr
District of Pennsylvania',sitting in
phia,,on TUESPAY,-9.oth.day of SEPTEMBER
next, at 1 1 o'clock; A: M. When - rind
. Where all
persons interested /nay : appear and shOw
any they have, why,the prayer of the said Petition s
should not be granted, and the said Petitioners, be
FR AS.- FIQPKINSON,
Clerk of District Court:
Philadelphia, Ang. 24; 1842. 3A-41
ETITIONS - for Discharge. and Certificate
under the Bankrupt-Law have been filed by -
WILLIS FOULIC, Clerk of
Quarter - Sessions, Oyer.& Terminer & -
Orphans Court and .Becorder of Deeds;
. . Cumberland county:
JOSHUA OGILBY, lete Merchant .'of
Lockport lately trading in COMpa4 With
• Charles F. Mitchell, under the firm.a • .
Joshua Ogilby. , Cumberland 00,1mty.' •
JAMES McMATH, late MerchatitTailor; . -
now Agent, Cumberkind county: '
and •FRI DAY the 4th day of NOVEMBER next,
at 11 o'clock, A. M, is appointed for the hearing
,bcforc the said Court; Fittingin Bank- .
ptcy, at the District Court Room, in the City of
Philadelphia, when and where the Creditors of the
said Petitioners, who have prtived their Debts,and
all other persons iii intermit, may appear and show ,
cettse, if mil they have, why such Discharge and
Ceititicate should not be granted... '
Fits_ S. HOPKINSON,- -
Clerk of the District Court.
Philadelphia, Aug. 13, Mk?. • '1042
DETITIONS for Discharge and Certificate un
der the Datihrupt Law havc bee n filed by
. 1 ILLIAM SNODGRASS, late Merelimit
• now TObacelllAtit, . • • Cumbdiland county;
JACOB GORGASS, fornierly of taticasqVi
county. Merchant, . Cumberland county.'
and FRIDAY tlie `2lsi. of OCTOBEJ? next at 11,
o'clock, A. M. i s appointed for the hering thereof,
before the said Court, sitting, in Blinkitiptcy, at the
District Court Mount in the City of Philadelphia,
when and where the Creditors of the said Petition
ors, who ha‘e proved their nelita,and ill'other per-
Sane in interest, may appear and show cause, if
any they have,. why such nisch:l(de and-Ceitifacate
should not begranted. . • • •
Clerk of the District Court.
Am - miit. 6 1842 10-41
THE .snbscribern, at their FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE SHOP, on Main street, pearly
oppoaite the County Jail, idrhe Borough of Car
lisle, Pa., still continue to build the following Ma:
chines and horse Powers—viz:
T. IlD.Barrelrs Patent imankcnred
THREE AND ' FOUR
.• • © 1., , ,g1.2 1 . -PCD\A/MEn
Withja horizontal hand-wheel, with ti trunk to con
the strip to the ta:tilde:
B EVIL GEAR HORSE POWER,
The land-wheel -outside of the horses:. They are
well calculated to put to.ono side of the banfbxidge,
or under the hale shed.
A New atill Improved Shaker,
To separate the grain from the straw, which will
dispense with one or two hands, will be made td
the. above Machine if wanted.
. .2'a la s Zit 3la Z •
Purchasing any of 'the above MaChines maylavi.
the privilege. after a fait trial, of returning the same
if not satisfied. All Machines rind Horse Powerii
ore warranted for one year, if well used. .
- . REPAIIRIAV G.
. All kindsof reliairiit will be done,at the - sh'oitest
notion and on the moat reasonable) terms. They ..
alway), keep onliand all castings necessary to re
pair the abu‘e Machines. or any others.now in usia.vh.
IRON ' AMY BRASS .FOUNDRY.
• There is also attached to the ahove establishntent :
in IRON AND BRASS FaNDRY, it whietic
all kinds of OASTINGS can be had=sueb. as Ap- .
ple Mills, Cotn Brakes. Plaster Brokers, Mill Gear- .
ing, Silt'''. Mill Cranks, lefichine.Gearing , Wagori
, Boxes; &c. &c. Alsc-
,_ ... . ...
TIV UN MO AND . iFliOli[SiiiNGi•
Such as Mill Spindie, car Bores, Turning Lath** -
&c., all in the best order, in iron and brass. .
. ' &All orderi'vvill be erecnted at the-Oortgit
notice, and promptly attended to. 'Fermate and .
others aro respectfully invited to give ue: a call, con
fident flat they can bo ached to - their stitrefactins:•• •
• . . .'
A:, STOUFFER Ss 'CO:
Carlisle, Aug. 10 .1813.' , - ''' ' tr.4t
: , a7 Planck's,llonwood's 4. Bee's , 194 414,- , .
u i ti.
:awl Plough taiitingsq such stks:.C: i.•':,
Landsides; &c. &c.,' can also be had at the
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111 UST printed,ht thiko ffi co, a trie aetiortna, ..
CO ;DE EDS, 'Pt OIitICGAGEti . a ,
'other IBIANlES; ' '
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Clerk of ,District Court. ,