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UD dottutette it 110.#WOr..
1 4 111LADELP11.114,DANKS.: , '
'V, •,of North Arnerieti, ;: • • .":,par. •.•
s's,l;purioual lignette,figuras of Juatiec and Litter
, ty, reading, we,promise to pay,,fcc.:, on demand
Aitspeele, or paper Orate Ilank•Of North America."
's!s and 10.'s, Old plate; none geindne remaining out.
and 20's, altered lroni s's; vignette of s's Mal
'Ofidtereil noteli;a'fture of Commerce .sit t ing; on
biifore her, and,ships in the hack ground.. .
414.0eittillri;, Jan. 19, 813; pay, D. Catlioard•alal
'• tett= , April 20,1817, pay It. Cliesney .
13ditk ' I Aberties, par: •
10'06ie'CVOCt:' Itt; 1837;.'Pay-J. Tayliwysigna
iiiiitateth vignette heavily shaded':
10's, lett. A; July, 4, 1838; pay J.. Starr; lirinting
' • •
20's,altered from counterfeit 10's; badly done.
20's, lett.:Gi.4titi..F, 1,8,1.4 pay J. Jenks.
Bank 'of:Pdniiylv,iiia. .
's's, lett. M. 6;' April 0;1836: pay G. W. Warder;
Flail'. white, eler4,lirOund the -5 at top, not in
• • genuine; 'lett; CI April ;7, 1829 tiny E.
s's lett, P.,8; Noi-,.,
. 6;ll43.Bl'inty Isr.Nolen-cOarse.
10's, Of various tip;;lite rin President con
siderably latex tivaii•lhe - ptlier letters. '
10's, lett. F; 5ept.,10:,104 - pay J. Hicks, signed E.
G. Lewis, Pres4,itorsdch , tinker; Aug. 6, 1836;
Ja 3 Y B. Bray; APri.1,&,11 3 29i. pay O : Say; motto ou
Ett.„.colit of arnis done; others, Sept. 10,
1837, pay C: Chit. -•
10's, letts:Ciltiol 15; April 16, 18334, pay If. 'Clay.
~10's, lett. A . April, 1823,•1ttal July lii, t 833; en
,graNer's fi rift tz Flo. for Co.: others, Aug. 27,1838,
pay H. Clay; CliaMiney - ; Cash., instead of
• Chauncey.- . •
• 50%1;dt; 11; Tan; 1;1817..7 •
50's, lett. C; March 22, 1821; pay J. poetic.
flank of Penn Township . .. • pah.
O's, Washington on die Ir.yr instead of ntotrrend.
20's;various.dates, dnae,,except the Franklin
Off right margin, which-is coarse: . • •
s,o's; altered from- 5 'a; Vignette of 50's,
sitting on a bale of gouda; right-end piece,Franlv
lin; Teft, Penn.
Bank of.the United States, . 58 a Ga
10's and letts. A it B,liends and each end-coarse.
50's, left, 1); bee. 2,1830; end pieces coarse. . .
50's'and 100's, letts. A n and Oct. 1,1838; pay
Ino: , Sonierville, Cash., at 10 dayi; laiper thin and
reddish.:' . .. • .
Ithi's; lett. I-1; Sept. 1,1858; pay J. Ross nt 10 days.
100trs; altered from 100's; - Oct: 11, 1838 x -pa - to
and endorsed by IL Buchanan, at 5 - months.
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania,- par.
s's 14.4);,,111arch 4, 1819; pay T. Ast,
s's, slier frUm the Commercial Hank or Millington,
broken, by substituting Pennsylvania for M iII hig
ton, which observe; vignettepf genuine s's; l'ean's
Treaty with the bahhas.
:10's, spurious; vignette of genuine, Wasliington and
-Franklin. • • •
lO's, lett. A, Noy:l7, 1830,1 my R. R. Lee: March
and June 2, 1893,'29 and 30, ay Geo. \V. Ash;
Sept; 15,1830, pay S. Girard.: "
letta. A a ' Nov. - 17, 1899. - pay - F LymanyNtit .
3,1899; pay 51. Carey; letter C, pay 11. Clay.
20.'s, signed Benj. P. Smith, dated before lie was
100's, altered from Coomiereiar Bank ofMillingtnn
Aid; Railroad ears on one end,. de - nomination Of
on•tbe other. Entirely 'different Irons genuine
500's;50!s; 20's and 10's, altered from' S's, which
only has l'enu"s treaty with the Indians for vig
- nette.el — Genuine 500's arc printed in nEn
Faimer's and Mechanic's Bank, • • par._
s's; 10's and 25's, altered from Farmer's and Me
. chanic'a Bank.of Wisconsin; vignette of's's, a fe
male holding a cup in right handOrft min resting
on an eagle; of to's a-female reaper; of 20's, a
•,‘ female spinning. None genuine engraved by Bur
ton & Gurley. '
letter Ef.Feb..5,1432,5; pay P.'Saley; letter C;"
Feb. 5, and 10,1820,'25; pay A. Moses,
.1. Roan; letter G, il 2,18211; pay 11. Clay.
20's,' well done;, paper redder and signatnrelighter
than genuine; some letter A, Nov. 20,1894, pay
G. - 111w1.
20's; letter E; Nov. 29, 1834; 'engraving very
50's, letter"G; 1)6'0.25,1819; pay G, Hirst. ._
Girard Bank,_ 40 a 45.
10's, 20's and 50's, altet.ed from s's, whose vignette
•is the Philsdelphia Exchange. Hold up to light.
Kensington Bank, ;par.
Manuf—St .Mech..Bank, • . 5a 7
10'sialtered - fromr - s'fir vignette of-genuine 10Ta-fe
male-and SPISN'ING wttera , which last. is 110 t on
the altered notes.
50's, altered frinn s's; the word FIFTY is crooked,
and bunglingly inserted. _
. Bank, par.
3's, old emission; long since Withdrawn.
20's, altered from counterfeits on Mechanics's Bank,
New Haven ; miniature of Washington on the
right, and Clay on left.
50's, altered from s's, April 1, 1833; FIFTY is
. placed too close to DoLLAns; small lettering of
FIVES around the edge rubbed clear.
Moyamensing Bank, 5 a 7
Philadelphia Bank, par.
s's old plate,. withdrawn. The plate in use has for
vignette a female; and coil pieces, Washington on
. the mit t, and Robert Alarms on the left.
10's, Lett. lan. 1,1819; Sept. 7,1819; Dec. 8,1820.
10's, letter D,Feb. and May 8,1332; pay J. Kam and
D. Evans. Vignette, three female fignFes with it
ship in the distance, and a view of the banking
house on the left, very imperfect. Franklin on
the right, and Washington on the left end.
10's mid 20's, altered from s's: vignette of s's, two
females sitting; bttween them, a shield, on which
is a ship and plough: of 10's, a female reclining,
her right hand resting on a shield, on which is Pa.
coat of arms: of. 20's, Penn's Treaty - with the In-
20's, old plate, letter E, May 9, 1814, 1894, 1825,
and 1827; pity D. Edam.
Southwark Bank, , , . par.
500's, altered from 10 's, old i sane. of large size; "en
demand" extracted, and " Five .hundred" sub-
Schuylkill Bank,. par.
s's, old plate, of various filling up. The heads of
Washington and Franklin imperfect and coarse.
Western Bank, par.
Bank of Chambersburg,
Bank of Chester Co., Westchester, par,
-Bank of Delaware Co., Chester: par.
20 , 5; altercd -rom s's, well, executed.
Ws, altered from s's, letter A, Jan. 1, '1836; pay
T. (Ny(1,4011:18.5. Fulwell, Cash. The word FIFTY
after bearer is blotted; the circle dark.
Bank..of Germantown, par.
f2o's,"altered from s's; hold the note up to light.
Bank of GettyzAurg,. 6a 9
s's, Nov . 14, 1828-9 ; pay R. Smith; without the
circular water-mark seen in genuine.. . ' .
5 7 ii,01d plate t which reads' Gettysburg Bank. .
Bank of Lewistown, 11 a 14
Bank of Middletowt; ' 6 a 8
Bank of IVlontgotnery Co., Nors'wn. par.
s's, letter A, Oct: 2, 1829, pay 11. Litez; Nov, 1,
1823, pay Wells; others in 1825-6, some,-2d
s's, ldtters B and I", July 2, 1825, variously filled
out: Vignette light and course.
Bank of Northumberland,, na 8
Bank of Pittsburgh, 1 a 2
s's, letter C, Old plate, withdrawn from circulation;
vignette, a blacksmith, tools; &e. • .
letter C; Dec. 4, 1831; pay Win. Wilkins; nth
' yrs, May 4, 1825; puy 11. Baldwin.
10's and 20's, altered from counterll2lt . l's; badly
20's, vignette, n female leaning on a vase of flowers;
of genuine, a Blacksmith with his tools.
Balk ot - Suiquelianna Co. NI ontrose,B alO
Berki3Onnhty. Bank, Reading, 40 a5O
Vir Mier notes", letter II; vignette, State Arms,
rater coarsely executed.
SLisle Bank. . - 0
. Nt rß;April,l, 1829; pay J. Cressler. The
1 d'al'of Waaldngton light uud coaVs.e.-
COil4iers;altered from Vs; poorly 49136.
• . 0 . 11, a & Bridge CO.Columbia,lla.e.
- - ling on \from l's; "Mercury mid ti female ret=t .
MO . goods; of itXre, a large female
and ah 14 4 .011. resting on IV shield with a plough
:Daylestowin c entl, a figure of Commerce.
• "EaSten'Bank - • par.
5.'8.914 rijat6;lettel. - par.
C. Ric F'sohiG hlaywr. I„ 1827 And 1830; pay
PalltzLerigriiiing Ind 119.0; :May 1,1831; pay J.
/ o!9 . ilet ter'. C:,:reh..l-; Ififthiiii• than genuine.
cEric "N• J::Pl ' st * • •
.c.„..tipkt Mak,. Putaba • • • a
4 i Branch, 1 a 2
• \ - 1.a .2
is it "
sailor leaning it
3'a havi-Jtk n "
er femalefikure.". and
.s!o;letteri:pay.ll.ll,htes IF, di tosti
p a per;the
dietint, polo 7-='!n4Y•a I in
agernd rn •
PeJTO:3•lctory; •vr l'l . .11,14 iirig ne t
g. e nufne 413 . 118 Anye r • •
..::Aknoce 4 .64voc•ligurtile fit e d hqt:tv
sined'foomaikm,, nos ' ee"
, / ,!o'"aco .
IC P arrnttar. Aid.a.led Sept. 7 , 1 ' 62: The s- a
• .theptabler and President ac e .
FaittierW . Batilt Ofßnitkfeigi BitOtol par
. s's;dittedl3ristOL Mara 1014April - 12;;T828.-
: His letter-A; Feb,.'6 4 ,181.4 - Pineoyl Arad,
•' •R9;1815 41817; 0141014 , ~ tiftjt
sly, Sept. 4 and 10,1810,0lbeWlettetBit
80bialtered, frgut,,Bfa,:. Ate yiguetteto4.2Bto,lB
•••••bittidtiiito;,horied and liarecearlOi•'•'L
Formere':and.provnie.Bank; : Vilayne ' ti.:;
Farmers'llank - of Laileibter","' 2
ss, letter A; March 7, 1832; pay J. Wind): no gen
uine notes of thia,deacriptioit in, eirOolattoiu„oth-,
ers; March 17,1831, and °dint.° dates; pay GO. H.
' Krug, filling tiOnd eignaturc in same hand.
10s, letter A; ,March 9, 1833 pay J. Wind vig
. • mite, a mill. - - , .
lOs and 50's, altered from s's , of the ,above- coun
terfeit, . .
Farmers' Bank Of Retidingo Reading, " 9
letter A; Jan. 1, 1835; pay G,Ludwig. Paper
has silk mark; fair appearance:
ss, letter 11, Jan. 10833,pay G. Smith ; May 20,1
1836; pay A. Strong.," Coarse.
tOOs, lett. A pay John Harrold; nonesuch genuine:
Franklin Batik, Washington, „ . 2
.10's, altered from the broken "Bank of
Washington," by prefixing "Franklin." -This
Bank opened in 1836. Observe the date.
l's, letter A; Nov. 1, 1836; pay H. Wylie; John
- Marshall, Ca sh,; these names engraved. I mpres
sion somewhat faint, particularly the lines under
signatures which are astincriti the genuine. '.
Harrisburg Bank, • - .. • .8 ki 10,
ss, letter D. pay 11. - Alward, dated may 14, 180.•
•55, letter C; pay J. Ross, dated Nov. 3,1820.-..1
ss, letter C, pay It. King; adttal.lan. 1,1823. •
Os, -May 4,1820, Illitter A. pay J. B. Whiteside. .
10s, vignette, a stearnbtiat, railroad cars, Im The
gemune,lo's have the goddess of Liierty, and the
Capitol iii the back ground. - - ••
20, altered from counterfeit IV's; vignette, a view of
the State Buildi4gs. '
Honesdale Bank, Honesdale,' II a
Lan - easter . Bank, . • 1 ¢2
s's, tiliered freim.s 'B, letter it, October 3, 18336, No.
..ancater County Bank,
Merchant's & Manuf, Bank, Pitt'g. 1a 2
Miners' Bank •of Pottsville, 6 a 7
s's, letter F, pay 3. Lyon, 3 iliac 13,1841; others Jr
White, Aug : 1,1840. • The letter under the K in
• Schuylkill; if; the genuine, it is below the I: and
K; the. cross of the rrs inclines up
Monongahela Bank, Brownsville,.
- 2O'S; - Sli.e.red-fross s's, easily detected.
50's, this thiuk hits no 50's out.
New Hope Delaware Bridge Co. 20 a 25
(,lltnovedcro-Larnbertville New Jersey.)
Northampiini - Balik, Allentown,
letter 11, Aug. 28, 18.7.4 pay S. Lippincint; sig
natures up engraved; visnette, coat of
arms, while the s's issued since I B37.havc
a view of Mauch Chunk. • -
Towansla Bank, Towanda,
West Branch b'k, Williamsport,
in's of various filling up; some -to:I. Kellum; T.
1 - , - Gitslu J. lT:Towdeu,. Pres.; /ignettea
flying engle,.railroad ears ludic/ distanue. .Presi
dent's aigoatiire too light mid stilt; general appea..
ranee light; the first I in Willitunsport resembles
more a fignree 1.
50's,-altered frotn.s - '8; vignette, which is that of the
s's, is a view of the/el/ton the left end Of note.
Wonting Bank,. Wilkes Barre,. .13
s's. I etiers A and-B ; Feb. 2,1830; old plate; pay W.
Wagner, Which nimie is spelt Wagnor. In the
word FIVE, oh the left hand margin, the Hs not
dotted.. The Fof Five, in the body of the note,
does not exactly line with the other letttts. the_
10's, alterce.from countorfeit Vs. See preceding.
Tay lorsy ill° Dela wreit4tridge, =:lo.a-15.
• allarney at Law; .:
OFFICE N 0.3 1 - lectern's Row, fr on the Pub:
lie Square, Carlisle Pa..
April 608.0. _t-23
ATTORNEY AT LA-AV
oJice apposite the Carlisle Bank.
July 27, 1842. Gin. 39
. JOHN W. 'BENDEL,
ESPECTPULLY tenders his services bathe
IDA citizens of Carlisle and its vicinity, that he
will attend to and perform all dental operations
such as Cleaving, l'ln4zing and Extracting na
tural Teeth, and inserting incorruptablo attilicial
teeth from a single tooth to an entire set..
CO'Oftiee opposite M'Farlune's Hotel.
July 20, 1842, lf-38
~~~~~~~5~ ~ o
Dr. L R. Loomis, Dentist,
Is permanently located in Carlisle, and will per
form all operations that -are -required in the
practice of his profession—such as ,
Extracting, Filing., Plugging, and
Inserting ArtifiCial Teeth,
from a single tooth to an entire set.
.N. B. For a few inontlis ensuing, Dr. LOO3ll/3
will bo.in Carlisle, the. first two . weeki in each
month—after which, he will be absent until the
fret two weeks, ineach following month—at which
period lie may be found at his
Office, Pitt st. near M'Farlane's Hotel.
• Carlisle, May 4, 1842. • , 0:27
• -. -
Between Mechanicsburg and
'Philadelphia or Baltimore.
(BY RAIL RO3D OR O.9.7VAL]
WHE subscriber grateful for past favors, begs
leavd to inform his friends anti the public
generally, that lie still continues to run a line of
burthen Cars regularly between Mechanicsburg
and Philadelphia or Baltimore, by which goods
and produce of all descriptions will be forwarded
With care and _despatch at the lowest rates of
Produce will be received at his. Ware House,in
Mechanicsburg, and fOrwarded to either Phila.
dolphin or Baltimore, according to the direction
of the owner.
fl The highest price will be given for Wheat
and Flour. -.-
N. B. Plaster of Paris and Salt always, kept
on hand, and for sale at the lowest prices.
LLIZI3.‘ ' 0 VOID 1 23. av'o
He has also an-hand, at the Depot in Mechanics.
burg, for sale, LURIBEIIi, such an Boards,
Shingles, Scantlings, dm. of all kinds,
which will beoold on liberal terms. " • *.
August 17,1841 tf.42
GREAT INDUCENiNTSTO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
THE stibs6riher, having concluded to d o .
an entire Cash liminess, offers for :sale his large
and, splendid assortment of
. FOREIGN: & 'DOMESTIC
Harm D VP el .R'
Nails c& Cutlery,
lower • than it wits ever- bought-for in Philadelphin. -
The ciAlOwing will giveyod some idea of the prices
that lam determined tweell at:' • • • •
0 incliCarpcuter's Patent;,Rim Locks, ' . •
. • 2 from • • • • ' $l2 to $l4 per doz.
6 inch Brass Striker, • .• " . GAO .
Newton Darling Crass Scythes,
NeWbursi's- • • " • '• • '9. ";.r •
pay Forks, Solid Cap Ferrule, 5 ,
Cast Steel long handled Shovels, ' 7 ,
Cumberland or Reading Nails, - '4,64 teg.
Phoenii or Judintait„ , ". 4,44 lc - ,
Other ninkrs ".. • - 4,31
Lwill sell any articles in - my' line, from 26 to 25,
per Cent. lower than canbebought for cin credit. Call,
on me 7 rielumiitie my.goode:7-:gela list of any prices
.7. 7 cm - I)ore...them with the prices of. Wm' iottwes,mpf
nscet•taott' foe. yourselves' where' you', can , buy the.
• - .I.IPNIIN , C7 t ELDER importer.
June 1, 11142.' -..:: ,
•" / "It'lS'lralley,llnP ,j l :os4ne-burnFrp,
I an . v' l -oilricitio .COAti, : constanpy:for ,
an l 0 3' • • . •-..... T.-.3r:•P,•;11,,1ART/if.*;,.;':
, . ~ , Successort.Lgifi l i dr A r im arb , , ,,,
garrisburg, April 20..184.2; --......,!, Giri.2s
kr - W*4o4
1110FaiTIOITOrille,Beliiifii,6011086 , !"
bY... ' - - • - - . •-•
CONRAD fIAD; 'fanner,' •Ctittilithisind Co.
WliiC}r Petition - trill lietiol.befrire tli,k•Distrint
Court' r th•6' t tleiteidStates, OTT if.:7P.astetwalistrict
'of Pennsylvania ;' vania; • sitting' in! Banlefreitcy,'at`thOil-.
trict Court room in .the , ,,City;.of,'Philatielphia .on
FRIDAY the 9th day of DECEMDMI • nexf, ;842,
at 11.o'olotfk,:.A.. M. when' it'd:vat - 6'6 all 'persons in
terested may, appear rind show cause, if any: they
have, why the prayer of the mia,Petition Should not
granted, and the said Petitioner tie . .deolai•ed Bank
rupt. '• FHA'S. 'HOPKINSON;
• , Clerk of the District Court.
Nev. 2, 1842'. • • ' ' • :3t-53
JPETITiONS for the Benefit of the Dmikrupt
, Law, have been Bled the•22tl October, 1842, by
OLIN MCCORMICK, deukr in Marketing, ,
. . . • •• ' Cumberland co.
JOHN M. WOODBURN,lateMerchant (of .. • •
the ,firma. of John M. WOodburn & Co
Joseph Laughlin Br. Co., and James Wilson,
n nod Iron Master,) Cumberland eo
JOSEPH \V. PATTON, late Iron Master, .
Whin Petitlons will be heard before the District
Court of 'the Uniied.,States for the Eastern District
of Pennsylvania, sitting in Ilankruptcy, at the District
Court room in the City of Philadeliihia, on FRIDAY
the 2d.day of DECEMBERfielyit, at lI o'clock; A.
M., when and where all persons interested may ap
pear -and show cause, if any they have, •why
prayer, of the said - Petitions should not -he-granted,
and the said Petitioners declared Bankrupts.
• • ,•
Clerk of the District Court:
Oct. 26,1[8.12. - • 4 3t-52
1 a 2
v.: the matter of . the-Petition of Jesse Bauman,
1842,0 ct. 17, Petition of P. P. -Ege' assignee of
said lease Bauman loran order to sell certam Real
Estate, Sic. of said 'Bankrupt, read n d.filed.
And it, is ordered that Publio Notice be given in
herald and Expositor,that this applien-
Son has been made and that Saturday the sth of No
vember next, at 11 o'clock A. M., and the District
Court Doom in. the City of Philadelphia have been
appointed for the time and place of hearing, when
and where all persons in interest -may appear and
spew cause if any they have, why the petition should
not be granted,
October 2 . 0, 184'2
al b Otraerta
- TN the matter of Martin G. Rupp, a Bankrupt.
1842, Oct. J 7th, Petition of F. Ege, assignee
of said Martin G.' Rupp; for an order. to sell certain
Real Estate, ike., of 'Bind Bankrupt is read and filed.
Kinrirta ordfted that public 'notice be given - 4n
the Carlisle Herald and 'Expoiiitor, that this applica
tion has been made and nit Saturday the sth day of
November, next, at II o'clock, A. NI. and thellis
triet Court Room in the City of Philadelphia, have
been .vappointed for the time and pinee of bearing,
when and where i nn persons in interest may 'appear
80, spew cause if any they. lave, why the peutior
should not be granted,
70 . a 75
6 a 9
•' • NOTICE . —
IDETNIONS for Discharge and Celli
ficatc under the Bankrupt Law, bare been fit
ed by .
JACOB A. UAUM, inkeeper, Cornbcrlabil co
WILLIAM NOAKEIt, Saddler ant! Dia-
.101I ' DAVIDSON, Millwright an I late •
'Butcher, in company , with Samuel David- -
son, • . Cumberland co
•- _ _
and FRIDAY the 30th day of - DECEMBER next,at
'll u'efock, A. M. is appointed for thu hearing there
of, before the saidCotirt,sitlitig in Itanltruptcy,taihe
District Courtroom hi the City of Philadelplua,wheit,
u d where,theCeeditors of the said Petitioners, who
have proved their Dchts, awl all other persons in in
terest, may appear and n'tow cause,„if any they have,
mil - such Discharge
granted. FUAS. 110PKINSON,
Clerk of the District Court.
9ct.28, 1842. 10-52
t00231f1.. 6 .:2
A. PETITION for Discharge and Certificate un
der the Bankrupt Law, has been filed by .
ROBERT. SNODDIIASS . , late- Merchant,
• Cumberland co.
and FRIDAY the 30th day of DECEMBER item,
at II o'clock, A. M. is appointed for the hearing
thereof, before the said Court, sitting in Bankruptcy,
at the District Court'Room, in the City of Philadel
phia, when and where the Creditors of the snid Pe
titioner, who hare proved their Debts, and all'other
persons in interest, may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why such Discharge and Certificate
should not be granted.
Clerk of the District. Court.
Pin. Oct. 12,1842.
PETITIONS for Diacharie and Certificate
under the Bankrupt Law, have been filed by
SAMUEL GIVEN; lute Merchant and •
Manufacturer, Cumberland county.
JESSE BAUMAN, Machinist and Iron.
Founder, -.Cumberland county.
JOIIN GRAY, Individually and as a mem
ber of the late firm of Gray and Cauft.
man Iron Master+ Cumberland county.
ABRAHAM H: PHILLIPS, lato Mer
chant of the firm of Egolf and Phillips,
now Clerk, Cumberland county
JOSEPH -MOSSER, Tanner, Currier and
Farmer. • . Cumberland county
C. E. It. DAVIS, late Merchant, now
Chair Maker, Cumberland county.
and MONDAY the 21st day of NOVEMBER
next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. is appointed for the
hearing thereof, before the said Court, sitting in'
Bankruptcy, at the District Court Rooth in the
City of Philadelphia, when and where the Ciedi.
tors of the said Petitioners,who have proved their
Debts, and all other persons in interest, may,ap.
pear and show cause, if any they have, why such
Discharge and Certificate should not be granted.
Clerk of the District Court.
Philadelphia, Sept, 5, 1842. '10.46
rETITIONS for Discharge and Certificate under
theltinkrupt Law have been filed by
AM. .MAURY", Stone Mason, individual-
ly and as a member of the firm of Maury
& Zeigler; ' Cumberland county.
GEORGE V. HALL, late Merchant, now
_Simeniaker and Agent, Cumberland county.
and Tuesday the 6th day of December next, at 11
o'clock, A. M. is appointed for the hearing thereof,
befdi'e the said Court, sitting in Bankruptcy, at the
District Court •Room in the city of Philadelphia,
when and where the creditors of the said Petitioners
who have proved their debts, and all other persons
in interest, may appear and show cause, it any they
have, why such Dtscharge and Certificate should not
Clerk of the District Court.
Philadelphia, September 17,1642. • 10t-47
PETITIONS for Discharge and Certifi
eate under the Bankrupt Law have been filed
MARTIN G. RUPP,. late Merchant
, Cumberland Count
!JosEpn FRY. Cabinet Maker . now
and TUESDAY the 6th day of December next at it
o'cloek,A. M. is appointed for the hearing thereof,
before the said Court, sitting in Bankruptcy, at the
District Court Room, in the .City of If!biladelphia,
when and where the Creditor's oldie said • Petition
era, who have proved their debts, and sip other per
sons in interest, may appear, and shim cause, if any
hey have, why such Discharge and Certificate should
not he granted.
" • FRAS. HOPKINSON,;
, —Clerk of the..D4ittiet
piiii4:lo,4olit; 24; .. p. 48
...,::.ill,*Tititti:,,ilM.O,Ti:p' , :!.',.'
4' - i . I Crli li f
,',';'''','o ll'i, 0 i-;
ALL persons indOhted tO,the Estato.of MAR-,
'TIN G. RUPP, who.was decreed a flank.
rapt, June 214;:184.2;• irilErneke.pniment , to the
undersigned Assignee, of , said bankrupt, on oi,bc
fore' tito,lst dsyeif
Assignee in, hkitiptcy,of Martin G.'1!.9110,
OPposite the 'Callao Danis.
Carlisle, Oct. 5;1842:
PR AS. HOPKINSON,
Clerk of du: District Court.
Clerk of the District Co u rt.
4 41 4 134 1 - 11,940 . 4410106Acy
l,4 1 01 1 # 14 ` , :;:Y
10$S301440IMAGElti r FI
"The Anrp hiaiiraiiceCort! ! .
pan?) of Philgdeiphia,
1/.AICI4.,INSITRANCE, 'either ternporatZ ot
• lailiettidtiergainatiosira • Otainagn b
• tf: own or' Country,'ci Houses, Barns an d, BUM.
Inge of kinds; ,on HotWohnl4 Furniture, Mei.
ohandize. Horses, Cattle Agiieultural; Com'mor
,cdar and Manufacturin g‘ Stock, and ••Uteneile of
every deserjptionoutwel) as MORTMMI and (AROUND
upon i)p.toopt favorabla t tarme.
The !oilman:R.- are the usual rates, viz:
On Stone a nd brick bitildiiy
infrom , . •
35 to 40 eta: an' $lOO
Go to 70 ctn. on
"Log and frame -
"Ilferchandize arid - foto
tare' in brick or stone
•• . bulidingeffrom • 40 to 50 cts. on 100
or. frami, -.60 t 0 .70.04.• on 100
, q-lorsee, cattle 'farming . • *
at about ' 60 eta. On 100
..On Brick or slime buildings, $1;000, the
premium subject to be withdrawn ii. - anyliine by
the partyinsurint, at a deduction of 5 per cent.
on the amount_ paid. .
Applications for insurance , or any inforination
On the - subject; may be made either peisonally or
by letter, at the Company's Offiedo, at the north=
west corner of Sixth and Wood streets.
- .MORTON M'MICHAEL, rresident.
L. KRUMBHAAR, , Secretary, or
JOHN J. MYERS, Masan.; Carlisle, Pa.
Morton M'Mieheel," George - M. Tioutman,
„loscph Wood, Salim] Townsend; •
P. LugoMenne,. • Robert L. Loughhead;
Elijah Da!lett,R W. Pomeroy, '
Chas. W. Schreiner, ,Charles Stokes,
Joseph J. Sharpless.
_September 14,. 1842:
THE subscribe r hereby Worms his
friends and the public in general, that lie still
continues to keep a
1 • PUBLIC .
(r.iTortsto the contrary notwithstanding,) at the OLD
.STAND, in East High Street, n few doors east of
the Court House, where he will at all times take
pleasore in ndministering to the .comforts of those
who may favor him.with their custom. -
His BAR.' shall be constantly' supplied with the
choicest liquors, and his TABLE with the best t h e
market can furnish. A careful OSTLER always
keptinotttendanerand nothing shall-heleil - nndone
tolease all who call with him.
BOARDERS taker by theweelk,month or year.
SIMON WONDERLICI I.
Carlisle, April 6, 1642.
Urfien Paper. Milk
HE subscriber respectfu'ly informs the
lic at large, that lie-has leased the above ca.
tablishrhent, six miles south ofCarlisle, for a term
of years, and the IlllLL'having . been recently re
paired, and, new machinery introduced, Im is
therefore prepared to manufacture to order, (and
also has a supply constantly on hand)
Paper of every kind and Quality.
'which, he will furnish to printas, merchants and
others, in any qUantitiee at the lowest city iniceri.
All orders addressed to the subscriber, at
town, Cumberland county, will receive prompt
attention. . • .
having lately receivardsupply of the very best
materials, be flatters himself that he will be able
to manufacture paper equal , in quality to any other
establishment in the country. _
• WILLIAM Et. MULLIN:
Papertowil% July 20;1842, tf-38'
N. B. The highest price paid for rags.
---- TO FARPII .
I.tilmcr4iii,rs ' at their FOUNDRY AND
MACHINM SilOP, on Main street, nearly op,
posite the County Jail, in the Borough of Carlisle,
l's., still confine to build Lie following Machines
and Horse Powers—viz:
T. D. Burrell's Patent Improved
THREE AND FOUR
ME.Ol§l D W l ' 209
W ith a horizontal band-wheeri,with a took to con ,
duct the strap to the Machine.
BEVIL GEAR HORSE POWER,
The baud-wheel outside of the horses. .They are
well calculated to put to one side of the barn bridge,
or under the liars shy).
it New andliwprovcd Shaker,
To separate the grain, from • the straw, which will
dispense with one or two hands, will•beinade to the
above Machine if wanted.
• a& Et Zit alt •
Purchasing any of the above Machines may have the
privilege after a fair trial, of returning the same if
not satisfied.. All Machines and Horse Powers are
warranted for one year, if well used.
All kinds of repairing will be done at the snortes
notice and on the most reasonable terms. They id
ways keep on Mind all castings necessary to repair
the above Machines, or.any others now in Asc...
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
There is also attached to the:A(li° establishment
an IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY, at which all
kinds of CASTINGS call be had—such as Apple
Mills, Corn Brakers, Plaster Brakers, Mill Gear
ing, Saw Mill Cranks, Machine Gearing,. Wagon
Boxes;Sto. Ygc. Also, ' . •
TURNING AND FINISHING;
Such as Mill Spindles, Cur Boxes, Turning Lathes,
tio.s all in the beskorder, in iron and brass.
pbAll orders will be executed at the aliortest no
ice, and promptly attended to. Farmers and others
tilt respectfully invited to give use call, confident
hat they can be suited to their satisfaction.
. _ _
Aug. A. STOUFFER & CO.
Carlisle, . 10; 1842. tf.4l
Planck's, HenwootPs and Ogle's PLOUGHS
and PLOUGH CASTINGS, such as Cutters Land
sides, &c: &c., can also be had at the foundry.
FOR PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE.
proprietors of the Susquehanna Line will
ii run their Cars and .rloats as usual to Phil
adelphia and Baltimore daring the present season.
Their friends will please' apply to Wm. L. Fox,
Broad st. and to Castner, Christian & Curran; No.
76 South Wharves,' Philadelphia, and Joseph E.
Elder, Baltimore. • : ,
Until further • notice, the following prices will
bo adhered to between • this place and the above
cities. • ,
I: 1 . ga 0t5,..1
bs 11 , c.P. n ocra..-- fir.: o
, F .5, 2 . a.
1 2 °Z .I 47- " •P '
FF: -:'fix . E.
A• • r .... w
ct. V 10 C. o, 0
15c '2/ 01 . per bbl
— Ale per 100 lbs.
Groceries, Q Ware
'Dry Goods, Fund
_ ture,Aud Drugs,
Wheat, Rye At, Corn
per bushel -
Oats do •
Lumber per 1000 •
• feet ' $2 75 > $a 50
Shingles, `• do 1 . 50 200
Flour, per bbl. 314 35 50e
Shad do , 374 '5O
Salt per sack; 28 , 32
P,itbk, Tar and Rosiri • • •• •
.. per 100, • • -• 13 s2t
Plaster gross ton, ,$2.25, 's2 50 • -
Hemp per ' . 100; ''l6 • 22
Hides,• - " - .
Pig etal,grositon 2 503 50,
Blooms & Cruitings,,3 tga 4 00 - , ,;r
Baron, 350 ; 4=50
Nails per keg, " 18 23
Wether per 100, 20 '• 25
hiskey per bbl. • 50 - -55
Burr Blockeper'loo,•,,lls 20
etti k l soPer.,4o
T. l O, • - do •
20 . 23 40
successor to Miller di; Martine.
Harrisburg, May 4, 'so, e '642:27
;IL fad ids ih (14 borViiinteiVitieiliditiniiattidert - ak
no one, can deny bailie • cher most , i.e9m114-
indeed* melancholy; ;;ttuth 4 ,,i,ithat :.thousanag
victims to Consumption every.ear , •from.no other
cause, than neglicteiteoldri;,l.3iet.',' we' find' huh , .
dreds, ntiithoupands whci:ireat.sach "complaints
Withlthe.greatestindifibrence, and let , them rim
''on for Weeks and it.eitnioailis withirtit—thlnking
dang6r: have' Whet you may
consider a' slight ei3ukVer cold, yon" allow, how-,
riesii,"Pleaeure.or Carelesentasto Prevent yoafrom
glving, it any attOtion; it then settles upon' your
breast, you, heconte.hoarse, have, pains in the
side Or, ,elreal,txpectorato large,quantities,of mat
ter, perhaps mixed 'with blood, a 'difficulty,; of
breathing ensues; and 'then you find your 'own
foolish' neglect 'has brought on this, diatessing
complaint. If then you value life. or 'health, be
warned in time, and don't trifle with; your Com,
or`trust to anylu,ack mostruat, to , pare 'yen, bat
immediately : procure a bottle or two that, fa
mous remedy, the ;"BALSAM OP WILD Ciisnar,".
which hi well known. to be; the most speedy etire
ever known, as' thousands will testify whose liv,es
have been saved by, it. •
Erne very particular when you purChase to
ask for "Dr. WISTAR'S BALSAM OP WiLaCHEnnt,"
atitherelii alao-a SYRUP Ofthis riamain use.'
Prepared, aiholesale and retail,. by ILL! AMS
& Co., Chonlicts; No. Sonth Youth. street,
Philadelphia:, • • . •:•• - • •
Sold in Carlislo.by
• SAMUEL ELLIOTT.
Price One Dollar a-Bottle.,
T E'l 'T Ell ITC
(2:5 C is) OLN TMENT.(t2.S ts.)
HIS OINTMENT is- a safe and agreeable
application, and has never been known to fail
in curing various' affections of the skin, when used
according to directions. • • • •
Hundreds of certificates might be mocured of its
efficacy-from Captains of Vessels,School Teach
ers, Principals of Factories, and Parents, Were it
not for the delicacy of having - their names publish
ed, in connection with so loathsome and disagree
• tc)Price,-Twenty-fivo cents,a box.
Prepared and sold only, wholesale and retail, at
Dr. t LEIDY'S HEALTH EMPORIUM, 191
North Second street; rider Vine. (sign of the Golden
Eagle and Serpents) Philadelphia.
For sale in Carlisle, by
• Agents for Cumberland County. .
Cailisle,lMay_l.B`,:l 84.2. -
, nin pARLF.G.ANT'S . . 7.
a ol aaal2l
E.Bubscribee has receiveadditim
al supplies of ,tbe above named eith heated
BALSAM OP HEALTH.,
whichus in a few years curedand relieved upwards
of six_.ntousAND persons in different sections
of the country, of the fol.lowing ditienies, such as Jo
digestion, Dyspepsia, and all those trains of disuses
arising from tv.disortleri d condition of the .stomach
and liver, derangement of the digestive functions,
Genirat eStlity or freak:testi of the Stomac
• Costiveneao, Ihaudache, Jaundice, Flatii-
has'destrbyell all kinds of IVORMS, both in
grown per4ons as well as in children, and cured ma
ny-other miniphlints which are lea numerous to - in
sert in this advertisententovhich can be seen iii the:
iliretAions whicheati be found wrapped around each
bottle, with a number of certificates of cures' per
forated by this valuable Balsam of Health.
The great demand for this 1321E41111 of Healthians•
lately_ induced borne unprincipled persons to, impose
on th liubli6a spurious aftichileirthe - genuine Hal=
ion) of Health; therefore,* proprietor eautions-the
public from purchasing any but from hie regular
appointed agents. The genuine Balsam of health
has (he name of the medicine blown on the glass of
each bottle, thus—"Carlegant's Balsam of Health,
prepared only by Jewry-S. Mm.Ent" and besides
that, lie has his signature, written on a label, which
is pasted on the outside wrapper of each — bottle,
whiclesecures it from being counterfeited.
cCfTo be had at all times of his Agent in this
place, who has already sold large quantities, 'chic?
proves it n medicine of great value and celebrity.
Carlisle, September 28; ts4e.
Garlegantls Balsam ofllealth
THEsubscriber has just received a
fresh supply of the above named celebrated
BALSAM O} HEALTH, which bas in slew years
, and relieved ups arils of four thousand per
-1 sons in different sections of the country of the fol
lowing diseases, such as the - Dyspepsia, all Cholics
and Nervous DiSC2S(93OIIIII all those trains of diseas
es resulting from a disordered condition of the Stom
ach—cures the Ague and Fever, and old and fresh,
Sores, and destroysall kind of worms, both in grown
persons and children, cnil many other complatnts.
All ;hose persons that purchase this Metheinewill
find is full direction to each bottle, as well as a num
ber of certifietites of cures performed. To be had
'at all times of his agent in this place, who has sold
already large opantit les. The great demand for this
Balsam of Health has lately induced some unprinci
pled person to counterfeit ht—thereforethe proprie
tor cautions the-public from purchasing any only
from his reular appointed agents. The' genuine
Balsam of h ealth has the name of thn medicine
blown on the glass of each bottle, and his signature,
John S. Miller; wrote on a label which is pasted on
the outside cover, which completely secures them
from being counterfeited : IFor wile only in thisphice
- .For sale also, by Ausars..i. W. 8t D. S. Stoner,
in Waynesboro', Pa., and John Brackenridge, in
• September, 28, 1842. • • 6m48
Punv, CIDER-VINEGAR for Pickling, for sale
by the subscriber.
- GEO. W. nrrNER.
Carlisle, Aug. 51,1842. if-44
IBAIMVEI bI 131111761113 S
Trom 375i,80wery, - N. Yor k.
TOR nine years this medicine has stood unrivnled
for the cure of Coughs, Pain in the - side,
cuity of breathing, Bronchitis, and all those affec
tions of the Throat, Lungs and Liver,which are a
source of so much antrering and which unarrested
so often terminate in Consumption. Bo extensively
has this remedy been used and in so many cures has
it proved successful, the proprietor feels no hesi
tancy in recommendingit to all who unfortunately
have occasion to resort to sonic means-of recovery.
.Multitudes who have experienced its happy effects,
can testify to its utility, and very many rescued from a
premature death, point to it us die means of their
The Originator of this ,remedy a'? s Well versed in
.the , soienee of medicine, and a skilful practicioner;
Physicians familiar with its effects not . unfrequently
prescribe It in their practice, and with the Medical
Faculty generally it has met with a larger share of
approbation than is common with 'exclitsive pre-
Orations. . „
I- IgrCONSUMPTION—The following. remarks
:were taken from thellast number of the Medical
'Magazine:. •_ --- ••- -, . " ..._. ~. ': ",-;'--:
"The; surprising effect prO d uced by Abe: geimine
Dr. :Taylors Balsam of Liverwort, ,made: at '375
.Boivery, in Consumptive cases, cannot fiiil exciting a
deep and thrilling interest. throughout the World, We
have so lon believed this disease ( consumption) in
'curable, that it is difileult to
.credit our senses. when
we see persona; evidently consumptive; restored to
health.. 'Yekit is a fact of, daily Occurrence.
,- LIVER EOMPLAINT'and Geheral Debilief—l
40, consider ' myoure almost Miraculous: I was Mven •
,up by two physicians and told to,preparercir., death.'
I. was •, n this taw:, state whoa a friend sent me a bot
tle of Dr. Taylor's Balsam of LiverwOrt, from 57,5
',Bowery; and -.before:l had used up the. bottle I was
~61,3 A t ka lt. i ip in.bpd ; by the fiirther use I have coin-
Pletely regained my health. All shtiuld MM. Ir.'. '
-.. ~ . GEO.
~WELLB,• 2.4 John st.
' 'li'llikri' iiih . '
Q:7'VIOLENT ~ N . SIDE.-1 . have
'beep cured, °fa vicilent.;p?in in the side,. eXtentii!ne I
'.through to the shoulder i indigeation,.dizimess, loss
- of appetite and 'gen - EMU debilify;' by the use
bottleint Dil: Taylor's Balsam or Liier.Mort4, .
....:', J. : A.. H. ALLEN;7 Merchant's Row.
Par sale by' STEVENSON & DINKLE, , .soIe.
}agents for. arlisle and vicinity. .• ' ... • .
Octrqier," M. 1 ,44.i.,a- "Lot
28 , 43c
• WWl' printed of tine ofiicq,a fine:assor montOf
'WV DEEDS,, ,ITIORTGA9JCS, alqol`
BLANKS: , '
lent Ed Biliousleholic, Nervous affec
tions, 1 etr:r- auul Ague;'-• ,
p aintn,Asthma, Bronchitis ,. Sore .Throitt,;Dy's,
pepidir, Shertness of - Breath, Tains in the. Side, ,
Breitid,-Bacleand Rion Aghe iiiiernier; an
intillehle "mire, and ell Scarlet And Bißons Fevers,-
vindtallAiiiinees:Arising froin &retire' end.ile
bility; rho matter 'll6ii;' ligratanddig—iii-fae4ll,
disetuies to Which the , humanTandly are subject ta.
, ;These pills are. unsurpassed by any medical
compound oder aided to the public as a general re
novator and family medicine. .They aro very
gentle in their , oeration, . causi n g! neither pain,
sickness nor debility by the use of their); but on
the contrary. they- strengthen the stomach -and -
boweldin a Wonderful manner, and soon restore
nature to its former Course and vigor. The,per
son using the'Olivo Brarich Pills: soon forgets
that he was sick-4hichle'very easily accented"
for:, there tirnot that prostration, of,strength in
these Pills , * in rainy other remedies Of the day,
becautio the - materialszsed idmanufacturing them
are In harmony with the powers of life , and act'
in concert with the opinions of Dr's. Brown, Bush,
Armstrong, Montgomery, Hersey, Kendrick,
Shopper and the celebrated .Dr. •Waterhouse,
formerly_Lecturer 13n the theory and practice of
Physic in Cambridge University, Massachusetts. -
Purchase of them, and give them a fair and im.
partial trial, and you will.and that permanent re
lief, upon" which the proprietors depend to make
them the, iciest - universal family medicine used,
and width will stand unrivaled by any other in
- the known -world. -Price 25 cents per box.
• ' RHEUMATIC MEDICINE . •
is one of the most certain and - effectual cures for
all rheumatic, chronic and inflammatory Rheuma
-1 tisms that has ever yet been discovered, and. in
numerous cases has eradicated that dreadful die.,
" ease from persons afflicted entirely. . All sour
drinks and victuals are strictly forbidden, and
spiritous liquors must not be taken inwardly by
any means whatever, or it will be of no use to
" take this medicine, as it will destro y . the good ef
fects of the medicine entirely.- Price $1,50 per
AUGSBURG LIFE TINCTURE. .
These celebrated drops have acquired the high
est recommendations in' thivcountry, as well as
in Europe for its most valuable proprieties for all
inward weaknesses, cramps,colds,agues and fever;
and when used with the Olive Branch Pills '
tails to cure the fever and ague.. Price 25 cents
per bottle. '
Is Unrivalled for ittheurative (panties even when
used in cafictr of maladies which were otherwise
incurable. Many recommendations have been
given of the• beneficial effects it has had in the
cure of pleurisy, pectoral and pulmonary cod.
sumptions, eulrTs, &q. Prico =tits bier bottle.
• HYSTERIC OR MOTHER DROPS.
This most excellent article has a quality of
calming instantly and without fail, all clamps of
the stomach, eholic and that troublesome disease
called mother fits or hysterics; and when confirm.
ad fhr some'lcrigth of time, will cure the patient
.p cents per vial:
GREEN- WONDER OIL,.
A eortain_ mire for all Scalds, Bruscs, Burns,
and the most effectual cure for the piles'—it-will
cure the pereon afflicted in a very short time,. if
used according to directions. Price 25 els. per vial:
• SPIRIT DE MEXICO. •
This spirit is highly recommended for all
sprains, swelling of the limbs, or leaders, sinews,
joints and rheumatic; tis an outward remedy, it has
.noequal,and when used with the It heuntatic Medi.
tine, will greatly facilitate the, cure. The an.
nuals of flistory - do not produce its equal, and it is
the greatest preventive against cold, in the
known world. For particulars see directions accom.
panying the battles. Price 25 cents.
- TOOTHACI I IE DROPS,
.An infallable cure if used according to-dircc
tions. Price-25 cents per vial: -
. -SALVE OF 'DRESDEN.
Is decidedly tho best application for wounds
and sores, old or new, of all kinds, and will pre
vent if used in time, many operations; and pre
vent Lock Jaw,'Pains in the Back,. fiend, 34c.-.
Females who are so'unfortunate as to have sore
breasts, and will use this wonderful salve, will be
,a very short time. It cannot be too high.
ly recommended: For further particulars see dime.
tions. Price 124 cents per box.
An excellea. article for the cure of worms in
adults as well as children, and will cure when
other remedies fail. Price 6j cents tier box.
A superior articlefor Coughs, Colds,Sore throat,
Bronchitis and difficulty of breathing. , - Price 64
cents per box. •
Sold wholesale and retail, at the principal office,
No. 384, North 3d street, Philadelphia; and by
JOHN GRAY, Carlisle, Pa.
General Agent for Cumberland County.
June 22, 1842. 1y.34
READ WHAT IT HAS DONE.
.4tND ifyou have a friend, .a relation, or know
any one that is afflicted with that distressing
disease, "CONSUMPTION,"persuade them with.
out delay to try that famous and unrivaled medi
"Balsam of Wild Cherry,
which has cured thousands of this complaint af
ter everything else had failed. Road the follow
ing undoubted proofs of its efficacy: •
• Roanonomm, Sept. 10 1841.
MAR Sim—Please send me two more bottles of
your Balsam of Wild Cherry, like that you sent
me before. I have taken nearly all of the first two;
and confidently believe this medicine will cure me.
I have used a great many remedies within the
last year, but have never found any thing that has
relieved me so much. It has stopped my cough
entirely, checked my night sweats, 'and I sleep
better at night and feel better in every way, than
I have for many months. Yours, respectfully,
1 - 10LMEBDURCI, 50pf..12, 1841.
FRIEND WISTAR:-.1 must again trouble thee to
.scud me two bottles more of thy invaluable Bal
sam. I have now taken three bottles in -all, and
can assura thee that it hap dem; more good than
all the Medicine I have over taken before. Send
by the stage as soon as possible, and oblige thy .
friend, • 30SEPII Ilomoway.
Baum"; Sept. 8, 1841.
DEAR DOCTOR:—Hwing so, many people talk
of the wonderful cures your Balsam of Wild Cher
ry has made in Consumption, I , sent to one of
your Agents tile other day for a bottle, and have
found it to have relieved nie so much, that I want
three bottles more sent soon, mil believe it will
cure Inc too. I have used JaYnets Expectorant
and other medicines bedded; but nothing has done
me as much good as yours has. Send by the,
steamboat Bolivar. truly; .
• .WILLIAM THOMAS.
Pirßesides its' astonishing - etlicacy
Consumption, it is also the most effectual remedy
ever discovered for LIVER COM PLAINTS,
AtiTHMA, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, CROUP,
WHOOPING COUGH, &c., as hundreds will tes
lify who have been cur ed
T by , it alter all other reme
dies•had failed.. .: •
DRUGGISTS and' DPALER.S will-find this
medicine a valuable' addition tn their stock; and,
should always keep it on hand, as it is universally
acknowledged to be one of the most useful family
medicines now imuse. . •
• cor-Bti very careful to al& tor• Dr. WISTAR'E
BALSAM OF- WILD CHERRY Sold whole
sale and retail by WILLIAMS &CO.; cheniistii,'
N 0.33, South ,F,ourtb Street,
"The , ),Balsairc .gold
lisle by S AMUEL - ELL lOTTi appointed`
•ggent' . : Prico-.1. per Pot 4.
JuniAo 1842. - • • •
TO THE. PUBLIC:'
IVIANIXACTIALED ,- and,lteßt,ooupul, for
sale In the , Citi?of titi)easter;.' near the
'Endieos Chain anarai';lNiwer
T H R.EB 4 H . ll`C';'`Mkailiii E
for:one end for two haws, *airant el l to
othorAhiebinesi for similar purpose' ltnown
tlia subscriber at present: , ,
11OT-REP; ON; YOUR OATARUI.,—
' 'llllll tbeenriaion'When:thiridestruitive,
corn laitit'itti(Chis your'interestingiittle - children,
often-robs yoii!Of thride you -foridly, thiah,citi; arid
carries, hundreds the , grave.', r Every.mothcr
should therefore, know symptoms,. watch them
Clelieff„ irid elwriyiehe - prepared,with' o reined*
as many- are, dilly sacrificed kV Such neglect,: At
first Ike little patient is seized , with st
growsrestleaii, has fhtshes of heat,the eyes become
bieathes Witkidiflie,ulty, and
then ;comes that fenifulCothrithat will surelyy ter
minate in convulsionsrir death unleiii something is
immediately given to,plisek -it, , In this c ompla int
the “Buifsain.p.r-Wiyl Cberrir is well • Itnown to
be the C'ver dicovered. , It IS indeed it
predeue.reiriedymild; safe -rind innocent, -and
is sure togiva the sufferer immediate idiot; -and
quickly. restore it to, safety and ,health.
liesresiding in the country and , indeed, ever) , mo
ther Who loves her' Children, Should alivdys' keep
this medicine' in the hoise and 'give it to them
early, by, doing you may ellen, SaVethe Rib of
one you fondly love. Rememberth is is the famous
of this distinguished ph ysician, Dr. Wis,,
rar, which • has cured. thOusands of CROUP,
WHOOPING COUGH, ASTHMA - , CONSUMP:
TION, &c,, after every other medieitic
0:113e particular when you purchase to ask -
for - "Dic — rWirstAri 4 s Ritt.Ss'ir n* "With
as there 'is a SYRUP of-this name advertised that
entirely a different medicine.
Prepared only by WILLIAMS & Co., Chemists,
No. 33`South ourth'street, Philadelphia,
- Sold in Carlisle by ••• • ,
Price One Dollar a: Bottle.
PURIFICATION AND PURGATION.
Both these 'Ejects are Produced by '
Dr. LEIDY'S BLOOD PILLS.
A COMPONENT PART OF WHICH IS
DR. 'LEIDY'S Boon PILIA ,contot:ip. their etiaposi
tion ingredients which Tit' . nee the corn-
blued and desirable effects of
PURIFYING THE BLOOD
Cleaming the Bowels.
lIERB are no Pills in existence' which may be
• so _ safely used at all tittles, ages and seasons;
without restraint - tronil Bing or occupation ; an - Dr.
Eddy's Blood Pills.
From their cot osition, they, are .calculated to
purify the blood' and animal fluids during, the Inter.
val between taking• Them and, their operation; when
all impurities, as well us - tibuMt ious substances orate
storm - 01,mM bowels,are Carried ofF by -their mile
purgative properties. .
UPWARDS 'O , P 100,000-BOXES
of them have: been sold during the past nix niontles
alone, and UPWARDS OP 1,000,000
since their first introductiim,h7 the proprietor, Dr.
N. 11. Leidy. .
IN'NO SINGLE INSTANCE'
bare they . own been kw
non Nil in protlncing,„
good effects. . •
DU, LEIDY'S BLOOD PILLS, ' -1
contain no ingrettients, dangerous to the constitution.
NO MERCURY OR MINERALS,
which are• employed in nil Palii manufactured by
Quacks and Impostors, who depend upon.snell dan
gerous medicines under the impression,( which shows
their ignorance,) that all diseases must yield tOlie
effects of Mercury And other Minerals.
UPWARDS OF 390 . CERTIFICATES
• • • _
From Physleitins and others, haliC been frequently'
published ot the happy effects of Dr. Leidy's Blood
l'ills_and further comment upon their merits is un
necessary. Dr Leidy wonliT , however,earnestly
commendtoall kquiringn purifying orpursative
-medicine; t 6 procure his BLOOD PILLS, ono try
them. No one will ever use any other kind, having
once giveii them n fair trial.
trrIIEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS--If pro
cured from the sole mnitufastorer and proprietor, Dr.
N. R. LEIDY, ut his HEALTH EMPORIUM, No.'
I.ol' North Second street, below Vine street4Sign ot
the Golden Eat:Pond Serpents,) Philadelphia, there
can be no possibility of mistake.
ThB7 are also kept by most of the 'respectable
Pruggists of Philadelplon,aml by regret:lbis, Mer
chants and l)rm•gists throughout the .IJuited States.
, PRIM TWFINTY-FIVE: CENTS. A BOX.
For sale - , in Carlisle, by
STEVENSON & DINKLF,
Agents for Cumberland County.
Carlisle, Mny 18,1842. • ly-29
Medicated Extract of Sarsa-
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
VI LL be forfeited by Dr. N. B. LEIDY, for a
preparation of Sarsaparilla equal to Ida
Medicated Extract of. Sarsaparilla
It is positively the strongest preparation of Sarsa
parilla, in existence. ONE;BOTTLE is equal to
six pints of any other Syrup that is made, and is
bought by numerous persons•throughdut die city and
country far making therefrom, and who sell it at
seventy-five cents or one.dollar per bottle (abouthalf
a pint.) ,
The efficacy of Sarsaparilla is Well known in
Scrofula or King's Evil, Erysipelas, Ditieases of the
Liver, Affection of the Skin and Bones, Ulcers of
the Nose, Throat and Body, as well as an Antidote
to it and the Minerals, Constitutional Dis-.
eases,and a general purifier of the Blood and Animal
Fluids. Comment upon its virtues is unnecessary,-
every body knows its efficacy. It is only necessary
when wing it to get n good preparation of it, and
then there will be, no disappointment in its effects.
Dr. Leidy would refer to the most respectable phy
sicians in PhiliSdelphia, as well - as ,throughout the
United Slates, for the character of his preparation,
as well also to the numerous certificates from physi
cians and-ethers, that have been from time to time
published, now deemed unnecessary, as the charac
ter of hispreparation is firmly established. Through
out the Southern States it is used altogether, and
throughout the North takes. the precedence over all
others, partiCularly among the 'physicians, who, for
the benefirof their patients, always recommend it.
The'reader is referred to the directionti, sieconi;.'
and further certificates. • • • "'
(OPEICE : ONE DOLLAR .rtn BOTTLE:::
Prepared .ntal sold. wholesale and retail - at Dr-
LEIDY'S HEALTH EMPORIUM, No. 191 Mirth'
Second.street, below Vine, sign of the Golden Eagle
& Serpents, Philadelphia; and for sale in Carlisle, to , -
' C STEVENSON & DINKLE,
y Agents for Cumberland County.
Carlisle; 18 , 18-12, - ,
• • .
Cry , Body 1:40ht• io'linow of
. ', o tt4onary. 4r! r es:erv o tiv r .,
8-0 effectual in Coughs, Colds,
' tarrhs, Astluaa; - . Paintref the Bide anotaf;the
Breast, l Bronchitis; 'Spitting' of Blecid, Short ness
:of Breath; Whooping Cough; nff Diaetiaes'of. the
Breast and Lungs, and for the arrest 'ef , preinh
int Clonsumption. - ..._,,...- ,- ,-,,,,,,,,, ~., -,,,.. .;,•*,_ : _,..,,y..,
tickpopnlar-iasPr. 101 4l9r*Ttaln,9, 11 / 7 3-. 4 , er•
vativo thrinighant WI German,, and 16 -affect'
Diseases of the Lump, pal:from its miracu us
effects and.wonderful. cures-it is there gene Ily
known and 'Oiled "Dr. nechreee„ Life Preset .."
A. numerous .carti c.ates qf its :very good affix t.
,end YForiderful , crires in .thhg country, have been free
quently,puhlishell,,it_ is deemed.4tecessary.sonly,to
remind the public of so valuable'a mediaine,:.and,
inform them where it can , bo procuredlenuine...
o:lTrice7rTlOY Cents 1:' 1 1 1 0.-RiPt 1 .0Ie•
V.,Frepayed and split, whologaleand retail,at Dr.
, LEIVY'S lititnI•TMPctlUUK A - NA:, ' lifit
Nnfih 'Pir4n& iiiiPct;:''.iiikeii' Briiiii;* - ' op.
Golden' Epee' and 8 , 1 44414 1) 4.049 1 11 -, - : ,. ‘i':' , '''''''
,•- For sale in Carliple; hi. '•,c. c,r. . ~- .7. ,i 1.2 2 •.:: t
"' t ''ISTEVENSON' .:is DIN'IILE,.
, _ ,
'''' '".• .0 0 - .t Atrenteicit umilbol44o county.
Carlisle, May 19, 1842, .. • : .'.-- ' ' '294Y '
620 , 3