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ItViil6,liiillie - )4o.i'leatlibil bowers;' • .',
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2. ! : ';"itizlied:ji. the Ihne i,:;'' die .. ?" '.',
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7 : .*llll ,4 lsyrkrtly,t;Oundi;d lq. , _ . • • : . .
.4iiskad a Wistideif; back sl! th'r9ss.; , .. ,
,", , "pie•tresse4 I her hair; ,.. •
Grief's. trace , 'es. her clmks I knew,
~ • Like pairls t ht..)! glistened liiel'e ; , '
' . .kfliiiripasieri ti"er her lily bl!'oW, •
lfieito her spirit sigh; !'. ,
.`, "Not,,naW l "she cried, .60 . na, not now,
..: Yiiith'is, no lime to die !"
asketl a mother, ns she pressed
ger roll!, hoill'iniler'arMs,,
As j:teitly ;ea'lie lie'east
8116 ituslie4 fi ee'baba , s afarms
iituiverhig tones her accents mane,—
Her-eyes:were 'dim wit/vicars /-
."...Ity boy his mother's.lifn must claim
‘. For many, many years?' . •
I ipiestioned one in manhood's prime,
Ut prod and fearless air ;
II:s brow was furrowed not by lime,
Or dimmed by woe or came.
In angry accents he replied, .
~ And flashed with scorn Ills eye;
tint to me of depth," ho cried,
. 1/111) ..„, • •
1 miestioned age; for him, Me tenth
Had IM - fg - been all prepared I
'his man of years had spared.
Once more his nature's dying fire •
I'L~ahed high, andllms-he cried:
only life is my desire !"
Then gasped, and groaned and died.
I asked a Christian—"Answee thou
' When is the hour of death ?"
'A holy calm was on his brow .
And "peaceful WAS his breath ; '
And sweetly o'er his features stole
A smile. a light divine; •
lle spoke the language of his soul,—
. 4 '.Nly Master's 'ti me is mine i"
THE CHAR:ICTER OF JESUS.
Wn find in the life of Jesus a union of
_ qualities, which never before met in any
being on this earth. We find embodied in.
' his example the highest virtues both of ac
dye and . of contemplative life, We see
hinia devotion to Got! the moat
Intense, abstracted, unearthly, with a be
. nevolence to man the most • active, affec
tionate and universal. We see qualities
• meet and harmonize in his , character, which
are usually thought the most uncongenial.
We see - a force of character, which difli
xulties „cannot conquer, an energy which
•calarnity cannot relax, a fortitude and' con
:stancy which sufferings can neither subdue
nor bend from their purpose ; connected
with the most melting tenderness and sen•
• sibility of spirit, :the most exquisite sus- .
• ceptibility to every soft and gentle impres
sion. We see in him the rarer , union of
zeal and moderation, of:courage and pru
deriee, of compassion and firmness we
see superiority to the world without gloom
• or severity; or indillbrence or distaste to its
• pursultsand enjoyments. lii. short, there
Is something in the whole conception and
tenor of our Saviour's character so . entire
ly peculiar, something which so realizes
-the ideal model of the most consummate
moral beauty ; something so lovely, so .
:gracious, so venerable and commanding,
that. the boldest infidels have shrunk from
-it overawed, and, though their cause is
-otherwise 'desperate, have •yet fedred to
profane. its perfect purity. One of the
,Most eloquent tributes to its sublimity, that
was ever uttered, was extorted from the
.lipts'of an infidel. "Is there any thing in
it,": he exclaims, "of the tone of an en
thusiast, or of an arribitiOus sectary 1 What
sweetness, what purity in his manners ;
•• what • touching grace in his instructions;
whit elevation in .his maxims ; • what pro
' found wisdom in his,discourses ; What pie
-settee of mind, what skill and propriety in
Otis answers ; what empire 'over his pas
:Mons ! Where is the man, where is the
~-saget , who knows how to act, to stiffer and
without weakness •and without os
ttentatien.. ~When'ilatO paints his imagin
ary just man covered with all the ignominy
of 'crime,' and yet worthy of ail the holt
' , ours'of victim, he paints in, every feature
Alm:dhara . cter of Christ. What prejudice,
• - what blindness Must possess us to compare
t10.190b-Of §oproniscus to the son of Mary!'
•',:lliteW'iaat'the distance between them! So 7
••••,•ctictitit;'dYing without pain and without
igiigtnin ,'easily'Mistaine'hi's character to
gentle death:. had not
. , .
hnnoured. his life, wu might have dOubted
whelher".Socrates, with all his genius,,waW
tiny:thing More than a sophist. The death
Of Socrates, philosophizing tranquilly with
fr"Ony, is.the most easy that one could
- dOsirOi4liat,9k Jesus, expiring in tenure,
• jrl'eliikVir rictelied,eineratedhy a . whole pee
jileetirgr!pnst horrible that one can fear.
284'nr*eis;)when1 . takes the poisoned cup
'l4erisnahitin' Who:Weeps as he prosents
the most dread-
Ora.Y . B hfs, infuriated ezecu
tlogarsr' ;'Yes' if . thelife and death'of So- -
0048104 d thoso sage,the life and death
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aiinia, bliss 'enrpisaing *tau - 016000;
,or be - preyed upon, foriver, by the worm
that nelier:dies. Why is it thuS ? - Has,
God so , made his creaturei, thatdeath ?Mrs/
be to them,. as amnia' have:called , it,' "a :Icap
in the dark?" No ;it is 'nothing but
that bliUds,us. Were it not sin, faith in
the future, would be as clear and as perfect
as memory of the past.,
411 . 011 T CO3IIIIIESSIIONEIOUSE.
0 Niut:l., I). ORRICK, of thelatti OM of or
in rick, Grubbs and Parker, Charles 0. IL.
Campbell, late of the firm of Stauffer & Co. have
formed a Partnership under the firm of Onmek
CAMPIIELL, to transact a general. Iron Commission
business at NO. 47 IVillnut street. below :Id street,
ORRICK & CAMPBELL.
May 3. 1843. • -• ' 6m-27
P. S. Th,ey are Agents fur sale of Syracu s e, (N.
Y,) SALT. .
FAR'' , `ERV - HOTEL
THE sub6eriber.woui respectfully in
. form his friends and the public generally,
that he has taken the •
, 0 •
Simon trEaStifigh -
Street, a few doors east of. the Court House, where
to.the comforts of those who May favor him With ca" This article appears to be doing wonders at
their custom. the South, and from die high' character of the re . -
Ilis 11A R., shall he constantly - supplied with the commendations, we are fully persuaded it is n most
choicest liquors, and his TABU!: with•the best the ;spits! medicine lot all impurities attic blood. We
market Cllll 1111 . 111S11. A careful OSTLER always kitOw many Physicians who haver given their testi
kept in, attendance—and nothing shall be left undone molly on this subject, hnd we know they would nal
to idease all who call with him.. . •
give a ..nbaraeter to any inedicinekliatilid not reallyi
BOARDERS taken by thoweek,montli deserve it."—Charleston Enquirer.
WILLIAM BROWN. • -- EXtractal a letter front Dr. - Warren, Natchez.
Carlisle, April 12, 1143. tt-2 "Having for the last year in my practiceused your
Sarsaparilla with much satisfaction to Myself and
Rat s 4 ,1 ° H a t s : jifjr a t s f ' benefit to my patients, I have no hesitation in doctor
. Mg it to lie one of the most useful liroparations in
STANDARD FASHIONS: diseases for w bid, Sarsaparilla is preitribed."
No. 1G63 Marke!..st., and corner 3d Wobvit sts
IDYL LEIDY'S :SARSAPARILLA.
- preparation be depended upon as
• • being the strongest (consequently more efficacious)
of any in existence ; all Soul preparations must pos
sess similar virtue., in proportion to their strenth,
being prepared Irinn the mono article.' Dr. LenlY's
Compound Extract of Sarimporilla, howiNer,.pos
sesses properties not possessed by others, from its
trimmer of preparation, and combination with other
vegetable extracts recommended iv the medical In
culty—Ood hence the reason WIWIt is so generally
recoended by the Physicians of Philadelphia and
Front the extraordinary virtues of this prepara
tion and a knowledge of its commis:6mi by' "t"ltysk
riatts, (the reason why they so generally use it, as
they would not use or recommend any preparation
they did - not - know - the -- co mpositiou - of ,)•R has' horn
introduced in many of the llospiffils throtighout the
U. S. and is highly recommended by Physicians and
Surgeons of those Institutions. •
TIIE subs6riber has on hand and is now
making an Entire Fresh Stock of Hats and
Caps for the Pennsylvania trade.
Fine and second quality Beaver, Moleskin, Car
nice Silk and Brush Bats—and the "Patent Cassi
mere llat".or which he is the Patentee.
Making the lists at his own Factory or the best
materials. and by the best workmen, he is enabled to
sell unusually low.
Those .who hey to sell apitt will have snick flats
put up as will he sure to keep their custoniers,jas
all Bath and Caps are made expressly for Retail
Trade, Call and judge for-yourselves.
01AVElt 1111.0. CE),
~ 1 1;1"4-Afarket-St-. - and corner 3tl & IValnut at.
Philadelphia, April P 2, 18.18.
The "Patent Co ssimere Ilat" is now earning into
use, as it is light, durable:l . nd cheap.
PREPA It ED only by Dr- D. JAYNE, Inventor,
;old sole proprietor, No. 80 South Third st.
nod none are genuine witliont.
written signature upon the outside wrapper e , All
These medictines are recommended till(' extensive
used by the most intelligent persons in the United
States, by numerous Professors and l'residents of
Colleges, Ph) sieians of the Army and Navy, and of
liosptuds and Almshouses, and by more than three
hundred Clergymen or various deunminations.
They are expressly prepared for family use, and
have at:mil red and unprecedented popularity through
out the United States; and HS they are so admirably
calculated to preserve Health and cure Disease, no
family should ever be without them. The proprie r
for of these valuable preparations received his edit
cation at one of the best Medical Colleges in ne U.
States, 'and has hail fifteen years experience in an
extensive and diVersilled practice, by which he has
had ample opportunities of acquiring a practical
knowledge of, diseases, and of the retudies hest cal-
Calmed to remove them. These preparat,ions con
sist of _
Jayne's Expectorant, a valuable remedy for Cough,
Colds, Consumption, Asthma, Spitting of Blood,
Croup, !looping Cough, Bronchitis, Pleurisv nod in
flammation of the Lungs or Throat, Mak:idly of
Breathing, and all diseases of the Pulmonary Grp
Also Jayne's Hair Tonic, for the Preservation,
Growth and Beauty of the Hair and which will posi
tively bring in new ludr on bah) heads.
• Also Javue's Tonic Vermilh,ge,a certrun nod plea
sant remedy for Worms' llypepsin Piles, and lousily
. Also Jayne's Curminitive Balsam, a certain cure
for Bowel and Summer Complaints, Marlines, Dy
sentery Cholic, Cramps;Sick Headache, Sour stom
ach Cholera Alorbus ' and all derangements of the
Stomach and Bowels, Nervous Allections, &c.
.layne's Sanattve Palls, for Fermile Diseases, Liver
Complaint, Costiveness, Fevers, Inflammations,
Clandular,'Obstructions, Diseases of the Skin,
and in all eases where an Alterative or Purgative
Medicine is required.
- For sale in Carlisle, by
Dr.. Leidy's 'Sarsaparilla Blood. Pills
Both purify the Blood and cleanse the Stomach
and Bowels from all impurities; thhs, renovating
the a . liale system, and restoring it to natural and
During the year, feel peculiar sensations, snob as
Dullness of Spirits,
Dizziness, Plainness or Giddiness,.
Swimming of the Head,
heaviness of the Eves, .
Langtior and Sluggishness.
The appetite variable, bowels irregular, occasion
al sickness of the stomach, headache, and other sen 7
nations equally distressing and unpleasant.
TRY THEM ! TRY THEM!
All you that have never taken of them
Give no Ilea to."the false doctrines, reasoning and
statements of ignorant pretenders to Medical Science
and Foreign Impostors, which are frelnently pith
lished—for nine times out of ten. taking of their
nostrums, persons are obliged to take of Dr. Leidy's
Blood Pills to counteract their babeful effects.
For sale in Carlisle lir ,
Jame 14, '1843
I.Tailled 'States Court, '
EASTERN. DisTiticT OP.'PENNSYLVANIA
DETI'I'IONB for bisdharge and
- flute under the Bankrupt Law, have beep fil
JAMES M. ALLEN, late Clerk,.:Cemberland ,
nod FRIDAY, the 29th day' o f SEPT. next,' at
11 o'clock A.../01. is appointafor the hearing there.'
of, before SK.:.tatid Court, sitting in' Bankruptry,
the District:Court Hoorn, in, the City. of .Philadel-,
when' and where the CreditOrti of, the ttitl'Pe.:
titioner'ewho'have proved , iheh . l)6lkoiaiidAli
sons iu Interost,may appear anti' show cense.; If any
they %kyr. why • Buch'4itchar;, ,, L;3 .
p ertithikes .
shotdo not be granted:- . •
;"\'' •• •Clerktplatriet.Ctiurt:.; ,
- .411.11.2(11:04.1 ' 10-2 A
file Bankrtipt'Lavi,havoliecn ftletihoptli•Mity; l
• 40' viiiiYAr . t4c , :gfik , `;iiiik;w:::juvv,:; - Aiii,t , ,li.
4 1 : 4i ,00 .01 4V 0 ' 4 1 ,4 1 4 0!"..ittdfor*Ittroipt there-
fir, berotifthemitt i;at iiitzwiltkoc t ypoy. ; - # 4,
4 0 ...pporgoolity**0 - thitgai - 4. 6 -1 1 )iloileitiliK
I ..**l44 4 ; , *§ oo ,the.Oreigtartor,:lo6*Aigelo:l.ag i t
ot .d iyh#lisiti4jo o o 4o Woe4t•Zikil , Fist!Vo*prf
5 1 00,eftiN4O i t t POSV*440***440iiii;
• From the gew Orleans Advertiser. -
DR. LEIDY'S SARSAPARILLA.
The high and envied celebrity which this -pre
eminent,medicine bus acquired rmr its insitriable-ef
licacy in all diseases which it professes to cure, has
rendered the usual practice of Kilning, unnecessary.
It is known by: its fruits, and its gam' corks testify
for it.. Pr. Leidy's Sarsaparilla will be found parti
cularly efficacious in all diseases of the liver, stom
ach, skin, kidney* spine and bones, ulceration oldie
nose, throat and other parts, abscesses, fistulas, scro-
Has, erysipelasjaundice,theumatism and incipient
gout, mercurial and syphilitic affections,female
rangenients and in restoring the sickly and debilitat
ed to their natural health and energy.
DR. LEIDY'S SA RSA PARILL
Dr. Leidy's Compound Extract ofSarsaparilla has
stood the Jest for live yciu•s past, and 'tis no boast to
say that there is no other preparation of equal
strength now in use. 'l'ln•oughout the Southern
States where Sarsaparilla is as much in general use
as tea and coffee, 1)1.. Leidy's Sarsaparilla is gener
ally preferred and is highly , recommended by. Phs -
sit:buts, [whose certificates . have been frequently pub
' fished ] brongliont the north and svet4 it Is also.
much used, mote perhapstlaan ally ()thee.
One bottle of it [half a pint] is warranted tattal to
two anny other ill strength; and is equal to one - half
gallon of the strongest Syrup that can lie made.
Directions for making 6 Syrup therefrom accom
panies the directions.
DR. LEIDUS SARSAPARILLA.
,14rflut a few days since a Clergyman of this city
(n ho does not desire his tiame published in the pa
pers, but is left with Dr. Leidy] stated that a lady
ha had long been a communicant at his church, but
for two years past unable to go to church, on account
of her extreme debility, occasioned by ulceration of
various parts of her body, disease of her liver and
other internal derangements, and the constant taking
of medicine therefor, never Mudd any change for the
better until alter using several bottles of Dr. Leidy's
Sarsaparilla, and by a few month& perseverance in
its use, wits entirely restored to health, and recover
ed her former strength, and to use her own language.
"was almost createal a new being." This is but one
of many instances almost daily heard of.
T. C. STEVENSON.
It is prepared only and sold wholesale and retail
at Dr. 1.1:1 1)\'5 Health linporium, N0..191 North
Second street below Vine: also sold by Frederick
Brown, corner Fifth and Chesnut streets; and Fred.
'Klett & Co. corner Cd and CalloWhill street, at $1
per bottle, (a hall pint) or six bottles $5.
For sale in Carlisle by
T. C. STEVENSON. •
Tv parents knew the value and efficacy of Dr.
Lady's Patent Vegetable-Worm Tea,they never
would be without it in their &milks, as chilipen are
'subject at all times to Worms.
Dr. Leidy% Worm Tea is composed of vegetables
altogether, and may be given to children of all ages.
Directions accompany each paper or package. •
Children stiffer nmch, of times, from so many
thing,a being given them for worms, without any et
medicine, given to children, has a ten
dency to destroy,their general health, and they are
more.or less delicate ever after.
To avoid the necessity of giving 'medicine unne
cessarily when you are certain your children have
worms give them at first Dr. Leidy's Worm Tea: It
is all that is necessary.
Reference might be made to several hundred pa
rents in Philadelphia ciiy.and county; of the efficacy
of Dr.,Leidy7s Wpm Tea: ) , Try it and you will be
T. C. STEVENSON.
Price 14j } tents a small, and e. 5 cents a large pack
age. Prepared only, and for sale, wholesale and
Retail, kt Dr.:Leitly's Health Emporium, No. 191
Numb Second. street, below. Vine, [sign of the Gol
den Eagle and t erpents,] Philadelphia.. •
For sale in Carlisle by .
" T. C. STEVENSON.
Dr. Leidy's Tette'. and Itch Ointment
AN iolallible rentedy for various .affeetions of the
Skin, removiii; Pimples, Pintolee and Itruptione,,
of: the Shin, nod' particularlyadopted to the cure or
Tetter and the, ftch.
, . .
ointment has been used ou ninnerone wheels
throughput the oily, and county; as well fliPliuteiries
,empiny ng nuont.rotts girls'and boys, an amongst
whom 'Fetter and Itch as well woutherolltibetione.of
the Skin, preptileil, with the:motit unexampled
eeks.. ,Names of School Teacliettoi as; well AN SUPer•
ilitql o a" 4 -ProPrietols. cif.fnetorie,m, euuld. be.
given, isonfirtnongthe above; tint kir the' delieltCY they
feetlii !Ealing their tnuneepublislied in nbnnection
loathsome and oli9greenble affections,
P . oilen 20 apple u lioxi - For sale in tnrliele:by
• • 'll-3S:
JAT IMPECTO 11196 , - , ••
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s arias trai . 4. nejklssted , Cpjils, *'in Olistruitign
said conk'lgentr 101 5 4604 1 1 P940 .. 1: 1101 itite,:!!'. 3 i%
tubee 111040 " s 4.
Aisliibisted,#estelf• - •
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Dak , LEltitt.S. R APARIL
gge9gor, ~tNB D •
.kct n, unq9up ,
are. i meria .. o more 4eneSt from using n
'Bpttl o of,fttithittOffrio of any
titrofigkfiforo.,a tlifiOtion anymtlier, and"-..nettirts , ice
asinovelt,*ooittahlkstiff:OnOt:bottle us of any' Other
thfriqtraOrtee.)',Let the - 0144 rentem-•
' 1,1 457 : 11-GtOsijiiivf:- , b u Otsk-blittite renl .lart- . 47
" , ;•
• - VrOm the fodio ' evietr;
Veofoldti tdecritirei - With,whikli
our dispOnsitries ithcimid; tlitire ire few so uselid as
Sitrattparilli; and when prtinOrly-ctimblinul Ontl,prik;
pared, is invaluable;Mot onlyin 'restoring - deliiijui
ted constitutions to theirmlintod :energy but in'everj
cOsouryikrout iniporo-state of the blond."
Frio*,llpoWledge, of very molly; cases (and some of
therfiq,ctiftddered incurable) where many difrerent
pceptiii, Woos; of tibisaparila, bad been usbd, none
seemed itijMisCsi, virtues or remedial powers equal
tcel/i.Leifly'S,lVlCdicated or Compound .Extract of
'lt is a preparation 1-it is believed far superior to
any miler, and would recomit:lA it to 'the particular
notice of l'hysicifins.•;—!Ed. U. S. Gazette.
PM LEIDY'S SARSAPARILLA.
Extract of a letter tram J. B. Whitmore, of Easton,
in relation to Dr. Leitly's Sarsaparilla.
"My little boy and girl, the former now three
Years and . the latter now seven years old, have been
* afflicted with a scrofulous tumor from the time they
were three months old. Three months ago I was
induced to make trial of vertir Eitract Of Sarsaparilla,
and have given it to both to the present time. They
are now entirely free from any appearance of. &lip
l'uln and never were in better health." "
Dr. Leidy's Saaaparilla is (neat:lens in all dis
eases arising from impurities of the blood one other
fluids of the system. All invalids who may have
been under medical treatment, who are debilitated
from the quantity of medicine they - may have taken,
or are under a mercurial influence, will find that by
using a few bottles alb.. Leidy's Sariapnrilla,their
usual vigor and elasticity of their frame and system
will be restored, and be again permitted to enjoy the
DM. _LE I DI!
Atup 91,1843. •
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reaannablelfOrp;(.;4'beyalanlake::?,... 'Vtp- ' ,ir'l
'..`,. - ) , ' - i'',~ , P.OlitP.ltTll:l4.l6 ILISKSii':il
.-- 'll - &'
nii; . stionemr .bricli bulldints„at .25 On $l9 „ate ,
prorniana.anbjent to be trraven any tirne iiyijiik. , ...
p#Ltlneuring, eta'dedtintion or five per conyop;
ttnAtiiirount of premium paid:: ' ' • '
.. 1 q.,':
.:"the usual rates for one year on
Steno and Brick Buildings, $4 to $5 on $lOOO
Log and Frame, " . $6 to $7 on $lOOO
Merchandize, about ~ $5 on $lOOO
• Application in person or by letter will have im
The Spring _Garden Insurance .Co.
perICP .INSURANCE, either temporary or
perpetual, against lops or damage by FIRE,
in l'Olon of Country, otalotisee, Barns and Build
ings of all kinds; on Household. Furniture, Mei
chandize, Horses, Cattle. Agricultural, Commer
cial and Manufacturing- . Stock; and Utensils of
every des cription,as we I I RR MORTAGEN OSDIGROUND
RENT, upon the most favorable terms.. •
The following are the usual rates, viz:
On Stone end brick buildings, from
35 to 40 cts. on $lOO
"Log and frame' " 60 to 70 eta. on 100
"Merchandise and flirni.
lure in brick or stone
"Do, in log or frame,
"Horsci, cattle, farming
__utensils-and sundries, -
Application mrty Ue made to
JOHN-37-3 - 1 - Y - ERST - Awn
Carlisle, Dec. 21, 1842.
RICH PRESENTS !!
10y E & trAvEßSTlCtimve
_LTA yust received at their Drug, 800 Stationary
and Variety Stdre, a large assortment or
_ „ _
oys, Toy-HookS for Christmas
Presents. Annals, Souvenirs,
and Port-folioi,for 1813.
Togolber with n choice "seleetiOn of 'entertaining
',MUT READING , for long winter evenings.
• -,•• .
• •of every variety, viz: •
&hod Bibles and Testaments,
Smith's Geography and Silas;
Obtey 4- Mitchell's do.
Kirleam's ditto, ' •• •
Sitgel's, Series, Xi). 1,2, 3,4, 5, 4.• 0,
Cobb's School Boolfsrcomplete. •
Emerson, Byerly, Bitrham; 4 Mb
, Pike, Rose, Snaky, 4- Emerson's .a
ritAtnetics, with Keys,
i►ln:.thetatatical Inistr ttttt cuts.
Letter, Cap, and fleed paper; ruled and plain. Note
paper. Silver Pencils, cverpoints. Jackson Lead
Pcneila in wood, of all tempers; with is large as
sortment of lILA;sIK BOOKS, ruled and unruled.
Zr2l2 44 Brad V l 2Sct
Ofsuperior finish. Razors, Razor Straps
Shaving Etrashcs, anti finely scented
Shaving Soaps and assorted. re
FANCY STATIONARY: •
Superior opaque and Ititssia Wills, Brigid Boards,
Hire paper, Visiting Cards, colored .Widera and
Scaling Wax, Plain and Motto Seals.
(VOCAL AND IN9TRIMENTALO
Together with a general ang...tfell selected assort
ment of Classical (I.....3lArelltineoris Works, "to
please the fancy ainTiTnprot u the taste."
Carlglu, Dec. 14;184'2. • tf-7
111111 , 1 subscribers, at their FOUNDRY AND
111ACII1NE SHOT', on 3lain street, nearly op
posite the Cdunty Jail, in the Borough of Carlisle,
Pa., still contitte to build the following .Maeltinus
and Horse Powers—viz:
T. D. flurrclPs Patent Improved
THREE AND FOUR
With'a horizontal Land - wheel, with a trunk to con
duct the strap to the Machine.
BEVEL GEAR HORSE POWER,
The band-wheel outside of the horses. Tluet• arc
well calculated to put to one side of the burn bridge,
or under the barn shed. . •
A Nelilrand Improved Shaker,
To separate the grain from the straw, which will
dispense with one or two hands, will be made lathe
above Araelline it •yvaulcd.
Purchasing any of the above Machines may have the
privilege, after a liiir . trial, of returning' the same it
not satisfied. All Macliiiies and Horse Powers are
warranted for one year, if well used.
"EAU Poll R .144" G.
All kinds of repairing will be done at the snortes
notice and on the most reasonable terms. They al
ways keep on hand all castings necessary to repair
the above .Nlauhines,oratty others now in use.
'IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
There is also attached to the nnove establishment
an IRON AND BRASS'YOUNDRY, at which all
kinds of CASTINGS can he-WWl—such as Apple
Mills, Corn Brakers; - Plaster Brakers, Mill Gear
ing, Saw - Mill Cranks, Machine Gearing,' Wagon
Boxes, &c. &c. Also.
Such as Mill Spindles, Car Boxes, Turning Lathes,
bte. all its the best order, in iron and brass.
&All orders . will be executed at the shorteit
¢ce,mnd promptly attended to. Farmers and others
ara respectfully invited to give us it Cllll, confident
thatthey tan be suited to their riatidiethin.
A. STOUFFER & •CO.
• Carlisle,Auf,•4o . , „ • - . tf4l*
co" Planck's, Henwood's arid Ogle's. PLOUGHS
and PLOUGH'CASTINGS, aneh'ai Cutters Lsnd
.Bl(les.ate. &0., can also be had at the foundry.' :'.•
• • .. •
T'" subscriber respectfully ; infer/no the pub
, lid at large, that hathnt leased the 'above Ps,
tablui r hinent;" six settee youthotCarliale,:foi term
,the'llII.141: kitting . „heepTeGently se.
paired, and new maehincry .sptreduced, he iv.
therefore prepared to mailafacture tet order. (apd
also hese supply Otatettetly`tia bend)
- • - k---d: ad-Quality..
j p4 - 46Foi.evork. u _a. , ..,
~ :,,,, . '
itib' 1' "' .''' ii'f' - "-i,lo' - ' 01,1'4C4, - , - `:,.;i l i r ,(3t, a o o , , n ,4
c 4 bi w.i. - ' inn ? • - Ih - o"liiiptat ait3i't4isi.
atlierl ' lri i*lijulaitltietilit subeckilieiiiftpeit:
.411 , ordees a 41 x,e-,...t.t ... .-.
..; ;Alf; retilto*Qmpt,
Own; Cuin„be . r/a0 4.1,7f7 ; V . , ',: - .,",5i- 0 : , 1 . c‘.. 1 :.1•Y
gttetitl on: ,'",''''' i '' .4 : , ' I .; ..,. 4 i , ';‘;' iti 414444ki e'
i .. 4 11 000 1 :0 31 / - Fif, T., 1 1r, 5 -P- ...."-will bffilbto;
nterti f- ' ll *iia t teel l it .h r_...±...,,,,,
,;, .` s
twamPrkAuett Ivetac t
6 1 , 4 6 7,161,t•
1 , &Mikbied'4l4 o . orni.oaWtkiitanovei
4411 peadrigpmepte the Mile° of4vllliam
litittePtiq.i:3oe,#e rill for, usual' 'wefully
may be entiusted 'to
rti,kthe aitie Was 'OPreiihorW 4
L PROTECTION. COMPANdabillAtai
rated by an act of the 11, 4 41abitillkinfitikt
sion, and fully organized lind:lnt:AlstriatirireiintlerA:
direction Of the tbllowing.rbni(4 6l4 lallllkFrili:*le
Thomas C. Miller, C. P...Ctimlyiini,'Aithiehlbori4
David W. McCullough, Jirdridir-Viresiltlf;J:ieltifint,
Martin, William Al oore, Sarnia Gitlbitilthi4anaetit
treason, Thomas Paxton, Wm. Darr;JosePli entice':
and A. G. Miller, call the attention of dlinlidisitsie-s,
ants ot. Cumberland Valley to the cheapnesti of thoir.
'rata and the many advantages which' thle.and'ot
instuance has over any other.
Ist. Every person insured becomes a member of
the company anittakes part in the choice Of officers
and the direction of its concerns.- ' •
2d. For insurance no more Is demanded than is
necessity to meet the expanses of the Company and
indemnity against losses which may.happem , • •
• fid. The inconvenience of frequent reneirals is 'Ps
voided by insuring fbr a term of five,yeaps.',
dth. Any person applying for,insunince most give
'his premium note for the' cliemiest class at the rate
of five per centum, which will be $5O on the $lOOO,
for wh ich he will hare to pay $2,50 for Hite yeark
and $1,50 for survey nintpolicy, and no more unless.
loss be sustained to a greater amount than the funds
on hands will cover,and then no more will be reqiiir
.o.lltatia-pro-rata-share.-- Illtse — rateir are much
cheaper than tine or other companies, except such
as are incorporated on the same principles. •
Insurance is effected in the_fiallawing_manntr,__A_
person applying for insurance for property of the
cheapest clatis of risk for $lOOO will be charged 5
per cent for five year s, a note amounting to $5O must
he given by him ' on which be will be required to pay
5 Per c e nt fltsn, and $1,59 for surveying and policy,
and will have no more required of him unless losses
occur and the funds on bands are not sufficient to
40 to 50 cts. on 100
60 to 70 cis. on 'lOO
CO cts. on 100
, Agents will b.! appointed ns soon as possible indif
ferent places to attirml.toinsumates.:_ntalany person
wishingimmetliately•tonpply win do so by signify
in their• wish to the officers of•the company.
CHAS. P. CUNIMINS, Pres,
A. G. MILLER, Sec'y
, April 12, 1843,
Y Ile of the powers and authority
contained in the last will and testurnent of
31xciti,Et: EnE,tlee'd., I now olrer saleithe
Carlisle Iron Works,
situated on the Yellow Breeches Creek, 43 miles
cast of Carlisle Pa. Ti.e estate consists du first rate
20 W. 03 arnatea sy
wilt Ten Thousand4crcs of Land.
A new NIERCIIANT MILL with fonrruii of stone,
finished on the most approved plan. About 500 fleets
or the land are cleared and highly cultivated, haring
Three Large Bank Barns
and necessary TENA NT•H °USES The
works are propelled by the' Yellow Breeches tlreek
and the Boiling Spring, which neither fail norfreeze.
There are mum 1 hepreinises all the necesfiary work
mens houses, coal houses,earpenterand smith shops,
and stabling built of the most substantial materials.
The ore of the best quality and inexhaustible, is
within t 3 Miles of the Furnace. There is perhaps
no Iron Works at, Pennsylvania which possesses su
perior advantages end ()trees greater inducements to
the itivestment of Capital. The water power is so
great that it might be emended to Lily other 111111111.
hettiOng purpose. Persons disposed to purchase
Will of course ex:1111111e the property. , Theterms of
sale will be made knowm by
Executrix of Michael Ege, deed.
Carlisle, Oct. 1.9, IS I ' 11-51
CHEAP PAPER HANGINGS.
subscribers would inform the citi
zens or Carlisle and the vientity, that they are
prepared to furnish their
LATEST PATTERNS OF WALL PAPER
in the most superior manner, at prices that can only
be afforded by their being the must extensive mann
We still retain the ruts. t.mvirrit no "curtail
ment to suit the times," but upon the nieces. Cull
and see the best, cheapest, innllargest assortment in
Main street, one square West of the Court House
' rfl H E subscriber having leased the above
house, would most respectfully announce to
his friends and the public generally that he is pre
pared to accommodate them and the travelling cum,
inunity, in a style that Ire hopes will be found satis
factory to all who may fitvor him with a call.
His table will receive his especial attention, and
shall always be abundantly supplied with the best to
be bud an the county. The bar is and will be found,
constantly supplied with the choicest Wines and
Liquors that are to be obtained here and in the cities.
The Stabling attached to the helm is commodious
and will be under the (large of a careful Ostler.
Ile hopes by a strict attention to business to receive
a liberal share of the public patronage.
Irr 'WARDERS will be taken by the week, month
or year. WILLIS' FOULK.
Carlisle, April 5,1813. tf-23
TAUNT.? Ina num
HAVERSTICK have just -reeeived
IVj from the hlanufactory ut Philadelphia ' a large
assortment of 1,41211 LAMPS, consisting of
Purlour,Claumber dr Study Lamps
with or without shades; which they w 11 sell whole
sale or retail at the manutilotkit:er's prices.
Astral, Side Reflectors and Glass Lamps of vari
The very best Winter strained, bliMohed Sperm ,
Oil, warranted to burn clear, for
$1;25 per gallon.
Reit Sperm Candles. 3? cents per lb.. •
Carlisle, Dee. 21,102,
‘5,.. - , - ;.. .... .4., - 2
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Aletiveen Vlilechaisicsbuaw and
, ... ..
`l o i tla i delphia . or- - Baltintok4
, . tpl'it."81:1; Raa.ri oil, avvali• ~
WHE subsoilbergratofhl for past fitvorii,hogs
; •t. leave, to inform- his .frtends and ,tho public.
goneralW,-thntiM still,contiaupolikidn is . Imo of
Imrthen Curs roijdfarlylliattson , 4 deffirnetnirg
and Philidelphm or 'BsAfplora,?:l; 'ilardi.gdods
and - pro4usa of old descriptions nd bolniriArded
with _care dud,.sl2Sptreltst.t.ho:forrnit•,rd , f6s of
4 'PrOd Ulli 4Vill bei‘rObeivi(d - nfidi'Vtrif ; in'Efd4hi,
4 - 040it l i 'MArPH
Aelplo" . ..ok.Bl4l.viloph I.4.:l:Tp,Fding AP Or direction
o.,thik;i • xivoile...iy, . .t . ,, - ..r, ~: ~.. 7 , 1 ~,. ..,i -, ,:, ":,,..I,': ts
highest Ori (B ' , *illbti'fitii4's* Wheat
• ~..,,, , --.. 4 ,.....,,,,! . .•:4„,,,,;:. :
''.tittliLEV 4 :sk:
44018:. .6- ,'
. ...~:f ~G~'~~Y.ii~
BELROSE, SON, & BLANCIIARD,
No. lOU, Cheanut street,
' next door to the Ledger litehliegm,
1 0 1 l l LADELPIIIA
possiumprtorir OF TILE-
AeOpftelle:of the Liver, asthma,. Broiteltitie;=Pciiht.
thri:',tvettkitetti, of the' -.Breast ; or ctithki s .Cht•phie
• Csitgehai Pfettrisy,,itaataprage f
Irconipouattllkleamie praparation of the:.r,rupus
,Vir,#/tlistdMo, o, ( 4Y l : l 4 l Sii)rDlti'lr , ,i?,iatalliinUtt with
•tha ,gett.itekclf,TA;iii'4o4•li7, , :ti?ttetv,.chealical
-10d'ot Atieliripetvatouombill ema evel . ltscal'eratl•
1i(1 t9~TiIGiC'EITY b'-5 •aT4,
7,,46101(11.4h ; pi thi,iirto . 44;tbitrtruli•great me-,
fife mitlesitffa, ; taldeaelva those' , who are
labotineanderfafflictlonitair do . aid : Winkto eulogise
'titifeilaiditjustly , d'eser:yes. v . • Yet When we look'
tiaiiiid•Mal 'sae ilie,:yak amount of sufFcring . aml tees
these occasioned by many of the diseases in which
this,inedictoe litts preVed so highly successlbl, we
feel that'We'eantiot urge its claims too strongly, or
say too much its its favor.
Variouakemedies it is true have'been offered and
puffed 'into notice for the cure• of (Wessell "of the
Lungs, and some haVe no doubt' been found very
useful, but of all that have yet been discovered, it is
admitted by physicians and all who have witnessed
its effects, that none has proved as successful as this.
Such, indeed, are the
Of this I3alsam, t ha t even in the advanced stage of
all the meat.esteented remedies
physicians °l473ll7lQ nave I' ' arte f failed to effect any change 'the
of ; • ; -
use. of this medicine. has been pt •whictive of t e
most astonishing:relic; and actuaili effecte.d.cures
after all horse of recovery loud been despaired of. ,
In the first stages of the disease,termed "Cutorr
ho! Conaumplion,"originatin g from neglected-Colds,
_Alms been used with undeviating 61.v...sand-Imo=
tire& acknowledge they owe the reptoration of their
health to this invaluat'de medicine alone. In that
form of Con:nun/a/on so prevalent amongst delicate
young females, comin only termed debility, Or
"GOING INTO A DECLINE,".
A,complaint with which thousands,mre lingering, it
has also proved highly suecesslid, and not only pos-
Sesstis the power of ellecking the progress of this
storming cumplaint, butt also strengthens nod invig
chic we have ever possessed.
Besides its surpriSieg,ellicaey in Consumption, it
is-equally eflicact oils in Liner Comp,'
.11r2nrhitis, mud all affections of the Lungs, auul has
cured many . of the most obstinate eases, after every
oilier remedy bad 00-For particulars see
Dr. Wistar's Treise on Consumption, to be had e'
THE EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS
At'ending the use of this medicine in diseases of
thy _lames, and the many singular cores it has cf
fected, has-hug naturally attracted the titt , mtiout of
many physicians, (as well as the whole fraternity of
quacks) variousemujectures and surmises haVe arisen
respetaing its tomphsitiott ; some yleysicinni have
supposed it to contain lodine, other ignorstit preten
ders say must contain Oferen r y, no d to some such
substance they each atiribute_its singular eflicaey.—
is such opinions are altogether erroneous, and-cal
culated to prejudice malty , persons against it, we
PLEDGE OUR HONOR
That it emitains nothing of the kind,. or any thing
the least injurious; on the contrary, it is composed
olthe most simple substances, the principle of which
are the .estracts of Tilt mid HA/ Cherry Pork,
and the a hole - secret of its efficacy consists in the
mode by a Idyl) they are prepared.
As sve have already' ptildbltcd numerous certifi
cates front the hio,,,t authority, which- prove its
virtues Itt tooth all doubt, we consider it LitiliCel'Shal.y
to etllibl/ a long list of theni in this ,ptace and will
' mils tins Imo a few case's, to show a bat it , at -
WHILE LIFE REMAINS
WE HAVE STILL SOME HOPE.
A S U . 13 PRISING CU RE.--s-Among the many
singular..m•es -Mots this medicine has effected,
there is p. rlodus none iu which its pouters ate no
fully shit, it iis in the case of Airs. Austin,
This lady bad been consumptive for several years,'
land 1119.11, ; die greater part of this time lunl received
Ibe best Medical attenticn, sod tried all the meet
valuably is•ntedies, yet nothing could beiontitl to
arrest its progress. She became subject to violent
fits or COogliilig, expectorated large iptaittities of
matter net asionally tinged ilith blond, and ,step by
step this t . 'at•ftil disease continued its course '
all hope I a recovery . was entirely despaired of.—
While in this dioressung /.itilatioll, lingering 'mini
the very verge of the grave, she commenced the use
of this which, to use her own 'expression.
•operated almost like a chl,rra. In a few days she
expectorated feely,the cough aas gradually stip
prIAIS1•11,111O1 every lippt.lll'l,ll to all fresh %Tor
to her looks, 111111110 W, in the plane of that emaciated
fora, a Wieling to decay, she is seen mingling in
society, iii better health than site has enjoyed Is
DISINTERESTED l'EsTtstsurr.---Ilasing. witnessed
the surprising efficacy of Dr. IVistatr's Italsalm of
Wild Cherry, in the caw of Airs. Austin, I cheer.
folly acknowledge the 11 brne statrtueut to lie true
nod correct. J. C. IVALTEus, 311. 1).
Woodstown, Sept. 4. 1 /AI ,
Dear Sir—Althongh your invaluable medicine has
already foiled htmdreds of powerlitl advocates, it
111143. Still be gratifying:to you to receive a communi
cation tram any one that has been relieved by it.
Such, Sir, is truly my ease. 1 have been a vietiin
to that .terillde disease Consumption, for many
months, and have suffered so melt, that 1 bud be
come almost weary of my life. I - fearing 'your
lialsalm so highly praised, I began taking it a few
weeks back, end can assure you it has relieved me
more thlllll4llV thing I have ever used before, and
confidently believe it will cure me effectually. Please
give the bearer the worth of the enclosed,aml oblige
Yours Respectfully, JOHN PEAUSON.
Chester County, Sept. 6, 1841.
•Friend 'Wistar—lt gives me much pleasure to in
form thee that my wife's health has improved very
much since she has been using thy Ilalsalin of Wild
Cherry, and we think there is no doubt but that it
will cure her. She hits taken the two bottles I pm•-
chased from thee a short time 'duce, and her cough
is much better Ale also sleeps well at night, and
says she has founn nettling to give her so much re
lief. 'I Nee will please give the hearer two bottles
more for . •• Thy Friend.
Lancaster county, July 1 R,
Dear Sir—Please send me two bottles el 'your
genuine Balsalm of Wild Cherry. I have been af
flicted with Consumption for the last two years, and
suffered very much with a severe cough, pains in
my break, difficffity of breathing,night sweats, &0., having tried numerous remedies, and also been
under several doctors, yet I could not fi n d an y t hi ng
to relieve me until I used some of your Balsfilm. I
got,one bottle from is neighbor of mine Who is using
it, and have found such wonderful relief from it that
I have no doubt it will cure me effectually.
Very respectfully yours, &o.
Rend the following from Dr..lacoh Hoffman,
eptlysiciun of extensive pructice in Huntingdon
Dear Sir--I procUted one bottle of Dr. Wistar's
Bolsalm of Wild Cherry, from Thomas Wed, F4sq •
of t4js pi*, and tried
.it In a ease of ohstinaty
Asthma on a 'Add of Paul Sehatebie; in which man •
other remedies had been tried without,any
The Balsalm Fare sudden relief, and in my opinion
t h e c hild is effectually, cured by its use.
Yours,:k.o. Jaren Elerrstsp,M. P.
December Vd, DAL ,
Dear Sit= .- Your Dahalm of Wild Cherry has of
feetedaomer astonisiting•eures here, Quo of ,whitill
is an old lady. Mr,t‘sfittssell, who - had been suffering'
for a long thbe 31,iiiigiorOesis of breatillOgc squl
eral'weakties44oo. , She:lwiti flhallY obliged th, keep
'' All e ll 4 . ilobte' other.' renteittes bad been
reStirted tb is vain; she einnnaenced.titinkyonr Bat
,Italin.itodatic't taking o bottles; waisefarFeenser
ad-iiiWbe attend, to all tlfellutiea , :pf: her
.holist4ittid on taking. two bottles' Worts ‘t.4 egtirely
dured..' Respectlidly, &e.. • - •
-etdied-'4.OOA.OROCkr. )7.0, inwabaiers,tihoitld , lV
Flic"Nejlikiiatoo #1) Ilia
reepArqq.: 9 1, ,,0M-I)l:l4(l.litctrintilt -polelPmt
Bata by Ei -P9.0 , 9!!!lt'fitsis.:.4 ( k444. l 4 o r
Ire f 4 r c'
The following, indispe, nimble family remee
dies dial b 43 11 4 1111 A r itt , theliiiegt, ' g stores,
and 30°11;14 every ementryist.iik :the fitate.
Itemerriber,nryi twell., tnit,,i4tiiiiiilaie eis they
Vi)V-' .• 2 ':`,,l'ti 4 ,..Vt : 4 - d•. 2 ...• ,
on the wrsilms• as all WWI
by tilt! 141MM , 5 , %e' . 4, o f
,i)ii.e. impoidoa and counter.
" reillt •."% \ Y'; i lid '' ' l 4ilt+iicarestyom has thvii net,
urge to pre '''ltheiii Mt 71 ilitaidenairte i ' the
riexL*,;t) k e.viiitt iii . Ocoilt,, or tilviriteloi Aim
No. .I:einkilY should ,6 Yeritt#4o4out,tha4 iit4diOsi
BALDNESS,: ~,, ,)';'::
BALM OF COLUMBIAOFCII,TEFr, go
which will stop it if , falling , out, or restore it on liaM
plac e s ; ' and on children ;Fake it . groW‘raPidlyi or iiOni
those who have lost the hair from tiny eine& . ' •
ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children,
in schools, ire prevented or killed by it at once.--,
Find the name of .
qunelier.try,if..;:ReinOnber, this idioaita. •
poskively 'Cured, and all 84rivelledinaecks and limbs
in the. odor inung,.. by the bowl
VEGETABLE NERVE AND BONE
but never without the nrene of Conlitock &Co. Kitt.
come on, if you usnthe only . true Luniisni,fromt
VainaqC l ffa; ALL S ORES
itt_d_everf thing !dolma -by- that-admits-of—an
ward application. It acts lilt° ehatht': Use
.1 . 1011 - SES -- that---itave—Ring,Bone r -apavin i
Wind. Galls, &c., aro cured by Roots' Shone ; and
Foundered horses entirely cured by Roofs'
Founder Ointment., Mark this, all horseman.
Bailers Magical Pain Ex-.
tractor, 5W1V0.....,The most extraordmory
thousands. • It will take out all n pain in ten minutes.—/-
and no failure. It will cure tho P I L.E
LIN'S SPREAD PLASTERS.
A better and more nice and useful article never was
made. - All should wear them regularly.
LILY'S TEIIiPERA.IIIIOE BITTERS:
un the principle of substituting the ionic in place of
the stimulant principle,_ which has reformed so many
drunkards. To be used with _ . .
LIN'SBLOOD PILLS,= supCtior to al
rers for cleansing the system and the humors infest.
g the blood, and for all irregularities of the l bowels
and the - g,meral health. -a_
[Sce'Dr. Libel sig. otOCCLOP' ro emi sy
DR.SPOHN'S HEADACHE REMEDY
will effectually cure sick headache, 'either from ,tho
NERVES or bilious. Ilundralfaa . of families aro
usingit with great joy.
DR. SPOHN'S ELIXIR OF HEALTH",
for the certain prevention of FEVERS or nny
general sickness; keeping thttatomach in most per. l
fect order, the bowels regular, and d determination• to
the surface. --C;O:L" t'O;U•C H'S.
pnins in the bones, hoarseness, and DR PSY
are. quickly cured by it. Know this by trying.
CORNS.—The French Plaster is a sure care.
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' -7 -G> ••• • x='" ,No• ."'
t . t p x .„.... ••-,--,.."7" , --••,..- . vim. .1
hair any shade you wish, but will not eolor.tho skin.
SARSAPARILLA. COMSTOCK'S COM.
POUND EXTRACT. There is.no 'other prepare.
tion of Sarsaparilla that can exceed or equal this.
If ybu are sure to get COMSTOCK% you will find it
superior to all others. It does not require putting.
• CELESTIAL BALM
OF CHINA. A positive, cure for. the piles, and all
external ailingt-all inomal irritations brought to the
surface by" fiiption t with this Balm ;—so in coughs,
swelled or sort throat, tightness of the chest, this Balm,
applied on a flannel will relieve and cure at 0nc0......
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will prevent or cure , ttll ineiPietiC-tonsOrraption,
LCOUGHS & COLDS
takenin tinte f and is a delightful agekedr. Rennet.
her the name, and get Comstock's*,
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eradicate all W n R MSin children oi. ndulta,
with a certainty quite astonishing,` It in thQ apiina
that made by' stock, and sells with a rapidity
almost incredible, by Comrtock'.l Cw, New York.
TOOTLE DROPS. KLINE'u - re effectually.
By applying to our agents in , :each roivat 'and
!Made, papers may be hrt4 • free, showihi the' most
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