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FIFTEEN DA VS 'LATER FROM EDRO,II.
~,.Py the atrival at Bostomof the Stearn B 4o'l
talefitmia, we: have later atlitiess.from'Efi-"
The only important iterase;finfotreation.aree
tl at Sir Robert ‘ Peel's hew Tan Miles
- passed second reading infire House, andlhit
by Another victory over the -Sikhs, in India,
'the tritisit have subdu a eddrat.peOple entirely.
There is very Little mention in the English
papers of the Oregon questiOn.
Meisme..—His Excellency the Aine
rican Minister was'prevented by indispost
' lien from' attending the Queen's. Drawing-,
room on the 19th ult.; but Mrs, McLane, the.
lady of hia Excellency, was present, and also
tins •Seetetary of Legation, Mr. Gunsevoort
• WARLME PREPARATIONS. — The greatest ac,
• [Why continues in all the dock-yards in En
gland, and the recruiting for the.artny is still
" • .going on with great spirit 6000 soldiers weic
.ordered to India, 1000 of which were to pro-
.ceed by the overland mail route. It is now'
-stalled that order will be rescinded. Thereis
.a ruincair curientAthat•an additional. number'
• proceed to Cant da. . .
TWO C strAT Vicrrosigg. OVER TtIESIKILS.-,...
TEVILLIATION 05 TLIE Walt
the 4 ' despatch of 0 paper by the "Unicorn,"
- our ad v oos from liomberitiform of two more
great ba Isf, having been fought.in India be
tween the British and Sikh armies, both .er
n i rating in decisive victory to the former.
he first wasmnrhir• the command of-'Sir H.
Smith, and the latter Sir Hugh Gough, which
•was-perhaps one of the inest bloody on re
cord. In Sir H. Smith's batik, h f whole ar:u y
ef.the r _eaeniy_was_d_riyen lieuftlio.ug o er the.
difficult ford ofit broad rivet; his ballet, can
---tioni(-56-pieees,). baggage, stores of ammu
nition and of grain—fits till, in fact, wrested
from him by the repeated charges of eaval y
and infantry;,and in that 91 , Sit'llugh Gough',,
.. the Sikhs lost' 12,000 men, and 65 pieces of
artillery; The hail 300 men
13 of whom were Officers, aiffl
cd, of whom 101 were ollieers. Her Alut;es .
ty's 53d and 62d regiments suffered emir
• mously. Genert-1 - Dicke and Brigadier Tay-.
Jor are amongthe dead, •
The European Times says:
'The severe thrashing of the Sikh forces
by Sir H. Smifli, has been consummated, by
the total defeat of the main body by the Gov
ernor General o. India and the Commander ,
in-Chief. The loss of the enemy in this en
gagement is estimated at•from. 10,000 to 12.-
4300 men ; that of the 'BriCsli -in killed and
wounded at upwards of 2000.; amongst which
is a " oft r. The action.
and the work
of de: eleven o clock
in the eigh's account
of this battle proves it to have been, while it
lasted, one of the most terrific on record. t'n
like the able mamouvring of Sir ll... Smith, this
sifitir seems to have owed its success to the
daring_intrepidity of our 'Men, who stormed:
• " the enemy's intrenchments. bayonet in ham
defended as they were by 30400 Sikhs and
o pi& es of artillery..
The.slatighter was immense, for our troop'.
braved the enemy's. fire by resolving thous
. shot until they got witbin their mitten( hu we. t-r
The horrors of war are pain - fed witlii aptifili - iiT.
power in the few brief sentences of the victo
rious commander. For the details we must
refer the reader to the despatch itself- It is a
document that will amply_repay perusal. The
action terminated in the Complete route of the
enemy, the capture of his guns, and the los , sof
his catty and baggage. An awful fllenilice of
life took place on the Sultej, in aeempting to
cross which. our troops mowed down thou
sands of the flying foe, and those who escap
ed the fire were drowned in'the stream. This
victory has put the finishing stroke to the war.
Thus has ended a war,respecting the ,011se
4uences of which a good deal of anxiety not
unnaturally prevailed—a war forced upon its
• by the peculiar exigencies of the case:. from
which we'could not shrink, but for which we
had made no previous preparation—used no
arleemate foresight. The Sachs took an un
generous advantage of the long alliance which
had existed between us and theirgreat ruler,
•- Itunjeet Singh; and thas perfidy has been
punished in a manner fully conimensulate
:with its enormity—punished promptly, ener
getically, and in a style which promises in
all future tirne to prevent a repetition of
duet at once base, dishonorable and uncalf•d
Sir Robert Peel, on the evening of Thurs
day, proposed a vote .of thank a to the Indian
army, which ho did in the ugliest strain of.
do-guano° and mpas:.ioned l'lte
beauty of the eulogy was to title harmony
with facts and truth. The Cormnander-M
-. Chief and the Gus cut-rm.-General—am—to-be
elevated to the peerage!?
, from all parts of the country are desponding,
and glocimy. the solitary exception of
The Iron trade in which great activity prevails,
owing to the terhpoiary causes, there is not a
branch of manufacturing. industry which is
not mitering more or' ess un . er pare rms.
-In many of the manufacturing towns there
are thousands of workmen out of employ
menti. the markets for all' _descriptions ,p 1
produce' are in a state of stagnation; mks
are daily on the inciedie,.vrilli!sinking prices
and diminished consumption; 'and in short, a
. condition. oi things exist which threatens to
susPend all the ordinary functions or coin
mercial and manufacturing industry.
- The Ivloneymarketis in a very 11 tisa -fitc-
Mry state. .Cash is scarce and dear, and Lint 11-
ing but first rate.paper, and that at shot t dates,
t• stands the least chance of discount in the Lon
don market. The railway projectors get their
acts slowly and unsatisfactorily, and it is clear
. that a large nuniber of the schemes be4lre
. Parliament „must be rejected. Months will.
elapse before the money which the Govern-.
ment haelocked up—the fen,per cent. on the
amount 'of the eripttal--eari find its way. into
general circulation, and therdby . rolieve the
f‘tightnesti" which prevails.
We have more than once recently reterred
to the popularity which. Indian CornS as an
will pritive; . ere fong,:a valuable export. The
--- TesperSetlerte gu
rtiongst. the la err
.. ..scarcity of, that • Set
• itilieductid. C
• dadY Mac •
_e British ports from .the U.
States and largdAinintities have been released
from bond, 4luty free, ,under tlici‘,Treasyry.
- order tiliiiadyMenliened: Shops
68164yd:being opened in many
tewns; : aittl. the: American, mode
ofitsingi gdnerallir adopted. =_.
pr: 7 :ok's„.N
= - •
FLESH ,GARDEN ;:
re4iveit roip • Mr. D . :.LADIDIETYT
;iirPhiladelphlwat lyrgif anti g peral-atipirly of
, Y , .. - VARDEN: smems v compitisip r evory. ,
-717 . 4 . 10.• iti).•,• 7 1.777. • lir.-112uorp.
--WANTIZION , ;•
611104,1i.g,CtitiKSII0.'s pr to
'-'l 4l •
HARDWARE. CUTLERY & SADDLERY.
' • ©VALI
i cr oval LYNE respectfully ! inforislia
V,Jl,l'rienrisan.;: the public.igenerallYAlint he has
removed-hie stock of HARDWARE,‘DIAIL
RI atte.SADDLERT, to the new • house on
Prtlf,Flowver street, two'dosra south of the'
Metalline and nearly rippogite hip , old at od,r
where he continues to keep' s lieteteitbre full
and orowilskite sesortrneid, nf every thing in his
ins at priers chid - psi . Mini tier. •
teeters Makers ane Carrisidffi lovited to call.
,d exam 1513 irriplerrdfdlotilf-M-AHOSAN-Y
-VENEERS, Pet received.' Carpenters and'
Benders will find an esoollent assortment of
Latches. Locks, rinks, Hinge!. Screws, and
*very Satiety of Material
,rtr .. (S. Alen a nen' sod superior article-of
MANES, warranted good irh.overy respect.
Alen. run and rock Powder, warranted ; Safety
fcrt4dasting rocka.'Slint, Lead, Speller.
Window"Glasi of all sizes, Paints,• Oils
and Varnishes; Cedarware, Blacksmith's Bel
lows, Drilling Machines, and every variety of
articles in the Hardware line. Personsenin !flee
cing fleusakeeping will find it to their interest •
to call ....iforepurchasing elsewhere.
The bnolcil and accounts of theiate grm of
J. P. Ly,ne & Co. t arc in my jousts, and per.
inns indebted ore rehuested to 'calf and make
nay nion. cn save•furlber meld°,
JOHN P. LYNE.
April 23, 1845.
"ARDWARE & CUTLERY.
INGTER SK I NER reltirOs his sincere thanks
P 11,1. past favors
,and wishes to inform his
friettil and the public gene( ally. that he hils
a l ietweal assortment of HA It IMP A RE.
and 01.1.1211.:Elti_efain.kinlis,*such ad Aces, ()I
three ditirrent ntakes,liateliets, Dearing Knives
of various makes, Chisels, Mill Cooper's Tools
of all kinds. Also it large assortment of
s - tzli as Valves and Fotks, from the..rneapest to
the most superior quality; two', three avid four
bladed pocket Kttives from .common to genuine
Roger's RIO other superior manufacture t. table,
ten, snug and other Spoons ; Binges of nil kinds
and siZeQ; ever, description of Files; Horse
Rasps of different sizes; wood and bed screws of
different kinds and sizes; gouges and plaml
roes; cut, double find single Irons; Augurs,
black and bright of all sizes also. tftrce-bltted
Amgors, Braces and Bittsof flibest makei-straw
colored Mitts; Knob, chest, enphoto d and pad
locus; cut s and spnrables; brass Candle
`stirk-srtfrlek—antl—plasteri ng___Trowls Traces;.
s,ratglit and twisted Halter chains; heavy and
light 'Spades and Shovels; hay and manner
Fn.ks, two, three n o d (((Sr profited ; Anvils and
vices ;east and shear Sttcl ; American and Flu
glish 111 i act; Steel t hand, iron hack, null will
cross-cut 5.1w9 I Straw Knives; Flitt Iruittl and
Tailors geese, Fire Irons. round and oval-wrought
Pros, to u' handled Foy lug plus; ronglit knit
' 11, s an. -1 tinges, dilfcrent sizes, atud also the
Cradle apd Grain Scythes,
mode of superior steel .ind inferior to none—all
we--ante?. good, hence the market cannot
tie..., both as to price and quality, to et ery person
wit may call at the nld stand so well known as h
Hardware Stole, tormerly kept by Lewis liar-'
lan and nest done to Cornmait's Tavern, and also
atUnitotte Gen. Keller's lint Store.
('all and see die oldliteltinited Scythes, hay and
ern, Hakes, stud various taller articles whirl'
we deem it unnecsary to meal ion, but call - and
ex amlor She yourselves, still remember they are
all wsrmutted.N. Nire arc tlettrmined to sell at
small profits and-give entico,attifsytion..
0i.k(30i3 SEN ER. '"
'Cbelittle, May 21, 1844.
vru nuolers!gned, proprietors of the Susque-
A. Minor Line of ears and Canal , •Its, return
their sincere ihanksto their friends in Franklin
41111 C111111)011111 , 1 comities for past favors, and
respectfully inform them that they are now
prepared to receise'and forward duilj, via Tide
Produce and Olerchandize
Fhiladelphia and Baltimore.
Produce will be delivered to soy house in Phila.
tle' plan o Baltimore to which their Boats elm
have access. Their agents in the cities are
Messrs. 1. Watoirr & N Kell/AV,
Vine v t.WharroulthL.llelaware,l'hileilelphia
„%lesses..lonn Mcetn.Loven & C 0.,. ,
lic.,wley's Wharf. flallimore
Titer will also to. 'ye and lorwarsl,ilailv, to
Pittlsbura a - d intermelllate totals, Freight and
Passiolgcrs also for the North and West Branch
an Is. J & P NI &11,11N_
Earritiburg, May 1,1844. tft2
Pension and- Gexieral Agency.
EORGE M. PHILIPS, late of the Trees:
....,TuryDepartment,liar opened an office in this
city, and/ will attend to the prosecution snot
, collection of claims before Congress and the
several Depaftmon Ce .
eminent; such as preemption and other land
claims; claims for invalid, navy, Revolutionary. I
,widows,,and hall.paypensions ; for Revolution
ary services, whether kir commutation, half.poy.
hournynlando for stivicet, during the last
wart to the sottlemirt of accounts of disbur.
sing .or other olliebrs o`T the Governmenn;—.
to the interest of,hiddess fur contracts; oh
ruining remission of fines or forfeitures for alle:
ged violations( f the revettorr_lawa4eolleetion
of private claim.-, sndall business'brought be.
fore Cespress or the public offices requiring
tl•v a vie.... of an Agent.
ensrges will he nrodorate, varying accord:
ing to the nature of the business. All letters
must 1.3 pest paid.
" will also attend to thcsale and rpnt.
Ing or .F.JuPep, lqts, he., collection of rents,
,negotinCtig loans. r. •
Washi gton D. h. Jung 25. 1845.
• ,Osota 'ACOUSI:
ltein-th.:' - .sire,' and also all thliae • dieagreea•
u bhp yea, hurting of. invade,. fulling
of water, whizzing, of- iteato,••&c: &c., which
aro aym oina.of approaching lieulneaa,and'also
generally attatidanttaitti tliu dispose, AN Bule by
. • : S. ELLIOT, ' :
Sole Agent fOrEarlialo.
.$1117 1 ,1-1!S Geography; tleogro'niiy,
Smith Ilrnynonfor,.. Kilanini'st:Gramomne;
Pomatuelee Philneooy, Onnunoek'n. C4eirielty;
Holey ',...Alor'Orn; Pnon)•enatlo 6. Mensoratlow 01;.
• .`nO,r6- I .‘ 4,;ergenn,l,4..„Parley . .!ii_Oeogeopliy.i . .. Bul.lion , e
rOononr Ilurrns's Gin.mmer, Johneon, , e; Pia;
ColbOrt , ,N,
't.... ,, ky ,, wittn - eitoell3)-etory - ',..lllnr,Unlird States; !p.
be . school' hooks now
aed,t. befOro, the qt , slif,Of
^POI G: V . 2.llll . llo.larther:lndulA.: . .. tine will lieOgwf'!'
en and-,All,,outslanty , nc - 0.00 - Ounte. , :, nnuarlie srttlud?
w a : - ,-0
A.;LAlxta momoitonent..Of "Wing , and '
i t aiz_tiago' l Whipo on .heri •onaffueosliColioon
at , the . Steroneoh,lielfohiffe'y
fliE NILS CURA.fOII
5 UU ..... 8• •
.1 - afeatittf, 'mimeo s:s ;
, irib AysiciAlgs , Druggists. Follerb,. Dyers;
Jr' .;;Ilifteell ..o o44.:l4PhinitO. And AO/
insialliarPktollotoccaneint i,lt h e!lei dc ;
and extensive ,asaorffnent , ; of': DRUGS.' , MEDI 4
CIN . 01148,::,,DirEATUFFS,
•EAIII,AItIiaLVVEnfiI,MERY.S 9 ,APf 3 :
HA Itfi wARF.,,tLAspi, Jac. latoly.feeeit;ed
ihn:.tieid;..fargeat, ,niittcheappa arnittineaft of
any_ flue borough:. Call .and ace your.
colleen. N0v...120..84570r I. •
I have just . ahte. atv for
nier stock, eintiating of MED_PCINES
PAINTS, DYE , -STUFFS, PER NUMF. and
NA NCY A ItTICLES, which I ear either whulet
sale or retail, at the lowest prices. • '
Mire 21. '
• / • DRUGS: DRUGS - 1-
' -- -" - 1 - 4lrgrelii - Ns - , - Ii e-r At
a ` FNS and,.PEOLERS are
I invited tocall and examine our
itnek,Witicti is now.ful I and corn
tlete, and is offered at prices
as low if not lower than any ;wild's market.
____.Drug - s and
'Patent Nfedieittes, Herbs and Extracts, —'-
Fine-Chemicals, Spices,ground &w hole.
Instruments, Essences, .
Pure Essential Oils. Perfumery, &c. '
Dye-Stuffs. . •
Log and Cam-Woods.
1 .011 of Vitriol. •
Paints and Vamisheg.*
Wetherill & Brother's White Lend. Chrome,
green and yellow,Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Jersey Window Gass . Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Copal and Coaeli artlsla, Litliarge and lied Lead
Whiting and Parish Green, constantly for sale at
the old established Drug, Book and Paner.Store
Carlisle, april 15 North Hanover . street.'
The. New-York Oanton TeaiCo.,
. IN ADDITION TO T/11618. CLD STANDA,
S 9 Cif K5N1.71% 2,1 door below Third street, and
4s NOILTII FIFTH Street, below Dace,
Vi i ' , EOPEN ED A STOVE AT
;HARK33;HARK' Street, first door below Ninth
street, North side
..ip . ~: OWING to the high reputation which
I ;'':' - ' their Tt.As have obtAined in Philadelphia
the country, for several
gents past, it reniains :: , ily to any (list exer
tion will he Made to - maintain the liberal patron:
age 'which has been accorded them. •
The best selections of GREEN And BLACK
TEAS are made frontesihs,tiewq and, owing to
their great facilities. they. are enabled 'to offer
every variety imp?rten,-conabining iii an-eminent
degree the qualities of power, delicious flavor,
(gyp Ciiv and Comary families and dealer., are
re%peetfully requested to . call as above.
• philinlelphia, February 111, 846.-3 mo.
'Jayne's Family Medicines.
A N additional supply of the above valuable
Meow nes, consiattog of
1 . Tonic Vermifuge,
t. Sanative Pala,
" Carntinvtive Balsam,
Received and for sale by
Agent for Carlisle
Bali's Medicated Flaxseed Candy.
A T Till'. request of many 'of 1113 customers,the
subscriber has converted his famous SSEDIVA
FLA %SEED SYRUP Into 11 1101011611 01111 11:1111111
MP CANDY. 110 can assure his friends mid the
public generally that in its present s - shape, it pos
sesses all its former virtues, and in addition
thereto, It has the gt.saif advantage of being in a
convenient and portable form. 11 now can be sur
-passed by no preparation for the cure of Coughs,
Colds Asthma, Bronchitis, &c. It is an eaccllent
remedy for Crouti-- children will eat it with 111:111.
ity. The subscriber is confider t, from deo impar-
MINI success of his Syrup that ,thia Medicated
Flats ed Candy will be the instrument of much
;ood to those afflicted with-conglis, Colds, et.c.
Ent. sale tt e Drug . Store of STEVENSON
111 EH A PFEIL': Sole agents for Carlisle.
CARLISLE FEMALE' - SFMIN I
&bees Phebe and Charlotte Paine.
BOARD, with fuel, lighti and,washing, will
be furnished to young ladies at 82:25 dur
lig the:summer_ months, and 82 50 during the
TUITION. Common English Mad
am', as Geography, Iliattay, :Grammar.
Arithmetic. Reading and Writing, per
m.. . . $5,00
• Aetronerny.,_Algebre,Geonietyv, Nat.
oral Philosophy and Engifill Compost
Hieher branches, as Botatty,.Chemis.
try, Rhetoric, Mental and Moral Philos.'
ophy, the Language*, Drawing , Paint.
ing, Sto.wiltinvolve an extra Charge Of 2,50
L•seane in Instrumental Music, by
Prof. E. IL.Welkor, for In extrachargo
The. Tuition Will ho requited quarterly and
the price of Board-auditltiffn advance; and no
deduction 11111110 for absence but in case ofsickz
nese. To, the boarding schriare, the. use of a
very excellent•piano it furnished without Charge
end ar-angeteenriihave also been made for fur.
eidtig twe or threintaditiomitimardera - willr
he gratuitous ustrof test•books, if desired..
The next quarter:of this Whoa' opens witF
the first dtty of January next, and being:am:Mg
oae whirtrvit. rhid—daughtetist4n-thisZnihool
during the last year, we -avail eeriness of this
'rneens•of expressing to the'pablio, and especial.,
tn the: citizens= of ibis sud the , adjoining
_counties, ont ruilvOnriettonLthat of
a ,vpry . high order are tiers afforded for the, Od:
dead, as are scarcely 'excelled - 1i the' country.
rite intelleetnal &en. is 'Systematist
nod 'thott ....ON:While the, mannais,and :morels
t he `pupils ere Most' eitiefully
a r rid.;l43o%yleage,
We fool iintirely f nonfideetilkreden:lnneMilflir tithe
(#.Paktlint l l . 4 .l 4-3runld.:aatuire a. suitable
othicating - thairtdinghtirs. , w.. , • '•
:•.:Mt UALDWIELL. • •
t; W: Mall ODLE,
' • ''.4....A•.•GE1114 , -• ,;•
.OIIN MeCIAF,'FRIEV I ;
141tiv, 26 1841 '`` ..l •l, 4,1 ,; •
ifio4oool. lielegteitablishineutt in,l4lla
i‘ 'thophi". t d u pfr oce ired ancrforiale' at 00 VA*
i' - pyil;Ptirfpi4ir 400 'cif 'Eftiveh tbbqictMebeiffilyl—
i't- -- Vel - 40-PoNciticstAS ,
0(00 gilviii,k4piircuai im9 1 AP...,0 11 1. eiql;',;:rii!tmial444 l of
paoli•villtDek.m.a.rrented.. , ; • z.
I. • Etirvensiim &,AtehisZip'.'l,
,- . --- ii01i ..i.± 1;111 ..-f ie ,, ,,,,, 201 , 0 — in :0fi 1 : , ...-. ci viiiit s -2_ 7 1.. , :
e t tiiiiiiiiitmoii v ir
,42.71 f, Wi ll he
la i s t eriithe 'dkiwetlop ,dr.itlesSolll4Wlelablaird . 01
timers forth ariinvyeaNviit
4 1 altitilre*kirtfiesi tt: G o i le d .P.,114111 e i,Sans.
iiol GalhAlthr;Philiplipabglq, , Williiiiti , Moael; ..
A Withatti Koine, Ilan 11 1 01; Ablatitl
AeKiatiojr. Tlieee • areal W•iiatabed-ot
• Agents appointed. in the , a djinient eonntteii;Whe
ialtrWeseiwealipSeattnns-for latorsinee and Ion;
warddlietit iammidtatAy focir bpi towel io the offitw'
tddlie:cittapang;oohen the policy will be harm&
-W-1 1 41 Idydellag . .: fit!
a, farther inloirsution'aee the
•r • '
x., - , ,dit.LETI
..Atratmest,',Seei*. .- . • -
Tint' TOllO wing ,genilemen been appointee
•rz. r. rige,eßrtish.,
Pr..lra Day, Ateslianicablirs.
George Spindle, Eq., Monroe.
L. 11. %Yitiurve.Esq.3VestpenetbursiJ
Jan. M. Menns,Esq., Neiadiurg.'
John: Clcnirrnia, Esq. llogestown.
DELAWARE MUTUAL INSURANCE COIL ,
On the :Mutual • Insurenitie nciple, conibined
'with a large joint-stock• Capital. Premi
' redmed to nearly half the usual rates.
U Y the Act of Incorporation the sleek -is
.111 pledged for the payment of tiny losses'
which the Comm!nrynty sustain. And seen
additional . seenntO to the assured, "the net re..
'quite! that the profits of the business shall be
'fended and remain with the corporation, as a
guarantee and protection to the insured against
tam. This fund will be represented by' strip
issued by the Company, bearing interest notes.
cceding six per cent. Or annum: Tho insured
ors entitled tcr.a pro rota share ofthe profits of'
the ConiriaW;Tirid dill recelye - that proportion
of the aforesaid fund in scrip, widen the
amount of corned premiums paid by him, bears
tOthe total sum of earned premiums and capital
sleek. • .
The scrip thus Issued, to be transferable on
the -books-40.th° Ccirepany-as-stock.----
No dividend of scrip can be made when
the losses and, expenses caved the amount of
The 'lnsured are protected from lois at the
ciistpittary . rates - of
. premluins, without any.
individual- 44'14'0y or reeponeibility for' the
hisses or expenses f .the Corporation; The
assured hays all the rights of -memhership,
can vote at all elections, and are eligible as
Directors of the Corporation. '
The subscribef has been appointed egent for
.and on the mutual prindiple
is superseding every other 'mode of Insurance,
lie would confidentlyrecommend it to hiis friends
and the pubha. .
The North American Company has closed
their_Agenty,--Thosse. having policies expiring
ire that office can -have them renewed in the
Delaware Compan y on
For full partfculars enquire either by letter
or person tS JOHN J. MYERS.
Carlisle, September 10, 1845.—1 y.
Charter Terprtual.--4141)0,000 Capit a l pa id in
Office 163 k •Chesnut sired. . •
M AU:INS - UN A NCF.,either permanent or 1 im
tedolgainat loss or damage by fire,on PROPERTY
V Ild EFFECTS of evt description, in. town or
Conntry,ob the nuestselisinnible terms. 'Apni lea
floes made either personally or by letter, will be
promptly attended to.
° C. N. 13ANCKE1., Prost,
- • Rattled hisurance Reduced !
. - PERPETUAL RISK.
Brick.or Stone dwellings or stores
• from ' J.. ..,.,... .. ....eh.to 3.. p c depos
do -do Chirelles -- -- el to -s • (to
do do Taverns 5 to 4 do
do do Barns 4 to 5 do
do do StSblet ( private) 4 to 5 do
do do Stables public) 6 to 7+ do
•do do Grist Mills, Water •
Power, 7} to 10 do
ANNUAL R /SA:
Brick or Stone dwellings and. Fu
rniture from 30 - to 40c XlOO value
do do Stores and Meridian
dime 95 to 50 , do
•• do do.Tavertis and Furniture •
40 to 60 do
do do Barns,and Contents .
65 to 75 do
do do Stables (public)
)11 . 00 to 450 do
do do Grist Mill and Stock
" 75 to 80 do
Frame and Logdwellings Ihd Fur
niture 50 to 75 do
do do Stores' and Merchan
dise 65 to 85 do
do -do Tavcrnsand Furniture
60 to 100 do
do do Barns and Contents
00 to 100 do
do do Grist Mills and 'Stork
90 to 100 do
The subsea er s sgrn or he above cooly
for Carlisle and its siemit. AU applicationsfor
•uursiose either by mal lor persomills will be
promptly attends.* to. " W. D. SEYMOUR.
' W .
' ' • ••" r ly-33-
ALLEN & EAST PEXXSBOR °UGH
- MUTUAL - fIREINSURANCE - COMPANY.
THY Allen and ha stpennsborough Muinal Fire
Iniaraince CompaifyofCumberland Connty,in
anrporated by an act ofAisstipbly; is now folly or
ganized And in operalloiffinderthe management of
toC following commissioners, viz:
Cht.Staynian,Jacob Shelly,Wm R Gorgas,Lewis
flyer, Christian Titzel , M wheel Hoover, Henry .
Logan,Miohael Conklin , Benjamin H Musser,Levo
Merkei,Jacob Kirk,Melchiorßrenetnanand Sam'l
Prowell. who respectfully call the Rituqiion of the
- citizensofCumberland and YorkcountiOslo the ad,
vantag - 0 -- i- whit!) the 'Ocfnipsfily — lailiroW. - 7
The Mites of insurance are as low and favorable
asany,Company of the kind in the State. Persons
wishing to become members are invited to make
application to the agents of the company who are
willing to wait upon them afany_time. .
JACOB SHELL), Pres't.
111tettAst !loom:4.190e President.
Michael 'Cocklin Treasurer .
11,Ilohael Itoover,Gentral Agent, Mechanicsburg.
Rudolph • Martin, Nilmmberland township.'
M Conklin, Alien township. .
Wm R Corps, Allen town&
Christian Iritzel,Allen teen
Jonr C Dunlap, Allen township.
Peter tlarnhart,Etist Pennebeiro' townikip. •
C. D.. Harmon,' Kingittiww, '
I Iffenry_Zearing; Shireinsinsto VP
Bimon,Oister, - YVorntleyshorir, , - •
Dr: Jacob Baothroari; Coracle, ' '
Jinob Rirk ;General Agent for York CoutdyiNew
-HenryCumberland .• " • •• . , •
ry l i ,opn,-Yorklconnty.
John talhe,rrink.'Nork.ocnintv.. .
Johttlßankim ;York. county. : , • T" ,
Denier Bally. York county. " , -. 1
0 1,,Dowman, Ircir4. county, e , . •
Phhip DreekhiP;Pumberli.nd cOn,ir• -
Dikeet C 'Bloeret o S: township
perfltlier eqents Si 3 added heeeiDee. - „
E ROY AL . ;
!Xi tJ E uriderolgeed.ivonlit iispeettiilll, inform
hie' friends .end the 'public. in gonerel, that
er irt;v4 le•the houen;foimekliiii.the
- 646 1 40 - 03 i•V Mra. Perising,:trie: door! tveit••of
opposite the ' Min lon • 4.4i150 Hotel, where .he •
'ciao and • Mair be'ffitind'W'nett npen . hile lormer
th - Me'incti 'Mine to
" him iiiretiMti:itrrien'eiltuninTi:•!.. would
aie ava)l 'ref isiO
hirt* lr tk ir to - Nor iiin&Patrtentheir
•0 1 04', smioujigettsiliki,:lin#";l6llo* , the oontiriu 7
mums . of thelutilvOree' fir; '
I ,A.i.ci te p t i i i i 4ollo4 , legir 7• • ,•- •
- "CEtt"tAiiiiiiiMiliNt""' . :
„, . ,
1 , 7
1iii:.....-ci-vliii4iiii:::-..k6drziii*quE .. .
1 --, , ,. ~,, ..; c : ,' ORDER - ,OF,`:-TILLDAY I" • .'- .. '
2-,-.';',,,,,-,",,,,',,,,,,,-,:u,,.‘,. ,I:c.--,...,..... - , ~
:Aciiavwfvfc,p.A . t. ~..xr k !wan ,
' Irliiiling.:. tir; : „:ikhialfing Corn -redder,
w ich entifely cliViiiiidtsfil *he videctionst here. "
tefefe MIO/1090 11 40j14nd grinding rot ithA.,
4n r , co Pa , Volitl iiti 4 I ini. „The subscribenstrive r,
the aatisfatition'UNitintroining-tutim agviCultd.'
41, - ectoiinitYciliitAheylitie iniiiliweed,the'
, right of niabialketarint and +veridtagrahe olitiiii ,
.intrittiened machine dn,ConStierlatid dionfikticenti'
,alett that" it ‘ is : ii 'anehimilli ittunititiiiit et Voilic,`!
• Pa,f, , ,Etiery difficdlty ..to.:its ipertketo ettieution,
tiaiing,‘Mtd tallit;,iamounted; they find ' 14;*. ' i
ranted' in .staiting that it hi tiles irMidelionuMiiiii
and excellent invention ortbedayliir thiperf s j
pose i 0 which' it , iir , thisigatitl: ,, FM.' durability .
;and. pnwer,. it ims,no:equel inAinfilltinly 'ma- i
chines presented, to the publidfor:theieemn 01). 1
,sect ; . f i nd. all scientificsnen:Macheivistsgmbehan-.1
tea and farmers, ivlio :examined. ori- meted. it: j
give their verdiet in its favor. • Its seperiority:
.eimeieht in this,-that it may be used -by steam,
' horse, water ur hand „power, that it is snore ea.
siiy kept to ardor, and it performs its cutting
and crushing by the same operation and does
the work in dperfect ,manner. It is a greet i
saving snachine both.tp 'odd% and labor, as by '
the operation of it the Wears con snake gond
feed of tbe whole cornstnek from its root to its
top. as it and grinds or. strUsliee the stock
eo finethat horses, cattle, or sheep, consume the '
whole of it; consequently it, enablei thdfarmer
to seed fide head of 'Unveill cattle, ur sheep, to
one with theSerne quantity of fodd er, and - makes
letter and.slrungar kerb . 'With this machine
One man eau' cut Cora Oadder iniaßeloni, to feed
ten head et ca4lle in twenty minutes, and when
attatched to bogie power can. cot or grind and
crush' in fifteen minutes *efficient to feed Fily
head of cattle.. For cutting hay - or ertnte:tbevii
is 'nothing ellin t etpuil to it. For its simplicity
and usefulness, i . t, cdramendsitielf at once to the
farmer, and only requires to be seen to be duly
. . .
Tbe.maoltine may be etratnined and purchas.
ed ofeither of-the undersigned• •At the Plough
Manufactory of-Jacob-Plank, in Monroe town.
ship, Cumberland county, or at the Futindary
of Franklin Gardner, Carlisle, Pa.
. • • JACOB PLANK,
Cotthits, Cold's, Asthma, Bronehith; Liver Com
Spiting Blood, Difficulty el'
Pain is the Side anti Breast, Palpitation
of thelfeort;lnfluenzla,Cringt, Bro.'
ken Constitution, Sore Throat,
Nervous Debility, and all
Diseases of the Throat,
Breast and Lungs,
the most effec
speedy cure ever known for any of the above diF
ease% is Ult. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYR
UP OF WILD CHERRY—ANOTIMIt WON
DERFUL c:une, OF CONSUMPTION.
,PRovinattea, R. 1., Sept. 20th, 1845.
Da.Swavani—iDesr Sir.-1 feel
: collet! by a
- tense - ofiluttr - 1 -- d*Vetts - liilleAtwlitntratity7terac. -
knowledge my grateful thanks for the wontlerte'
-effeent 4, 6l-your "COMPOUND • SUNUP OF
WILD CHKIIIIY" on me, after linvia; stiffct ed
months after, months with the Most afflicting of
ell diseases; Consumption, witli_scarcely a ray of
hope; Or a "beacon light" to guard me aga mt.. my
own horrible fOrebodings. 'f he circumstances
which first led me to the am ful state of
Was from taking a very heavy cold, which secpwtl
to, fie itself upon the lungs, a hick grinhiallv grew
wbrse..with prteuse night sweetie kicking cough,
oppression, in the breast, spitting blen d , a all
great general delvility. My - constitution scrim d
broken down, and nervous system very- much im
paired, with alt`the symptoms of •confirmed Con
sumption. 1 went to Philluirlphia,and w, Itrent,
ed there by physicians of the ,lit A liest
biiily,but still grew worse, until they slice me up
as incurnble, and olvised me to go Smith, hot he
ing very, poor, of . hising so mesh time from my
work, and hosing spent all my money or 17:1••
Nous "Patent Me in:niers" a Win were recommen
ded so highly the algh the mec'ium of the press,
was unable to liik their ativire. -- Brinfra-renr , -,
her of the Order , 0dAyeti0,,i b m,,,,4 3 1 1 44v
me with money wialf send -me to tuy
friends in Saco', Maine. I was treated by Om,
clans of the highest standing there, but receive( •
no benefit whatever from them, but gradually
grew worse, until my physicians and myself gave
opall hopes of my ever recovering, and I telt like
one who Is about to pass through the valleyofthe
shadow of death. At this "awful junciorg,"l
hentd of your .COMPOUNDSYRUPOF WILD
CHERRY,' and knowing you tp be a regular
practisingphysician in Philadelplda, gave me
more con fi dence in the ,medicine, so 1 concluded
as a last resort, to make a trio; of it. I sent to
your agent in Boston, and purchased one bottle,
Which'relleved me 'very mock 1 then procured
two bottles more, which I am happy to say en
tirely cured me, and I am now enjoying better
health than I ever have before in my life. It
seemed to hove n beneficiul eff%oct at once. I
gained strength rapidly, althougl. reduced- to n
mere skeleton, and 1 feel SaliSfit tl from its salu
tary effects in my own CAM, that Dr. Swa)ne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry will cure sesy
case of tlisensed Lungs, it taken nem ding to the
prescribed rules enotained In the pamphlets ac
companying the medicines. Es en the pity sharps
who witnessed my ease are highly recount it
leg it - in similar eases—and I wish vnu to ma •e
this public, so that others who nre sal•rinens
have been, may know where to procure a remelt'' ,
at first,. which will mach their disease, without
tampering with and raining their enusetutiinis
wit It e many qa • . • tit-which-tit
,whole country is flonded, , perpareir by persons
who have nor knowledge of the science of medi
cine in theory.or...tireettee,buirare got up merely
with • mercenary vtew7.
lam a Scarlet naember.of else. Hope Lndge
of O. P.. in Providence R. I.,and 'will be happy
-tq give any , inforrnation-ityrirtid-toLtlie-eficaer
ofyour medicine, and can give - ample rictiar Itilillt
my ease is not exaggerated in the least.
ALBERT A ROSS.
Toth.. H. SWAYNE. N. W. comer Eighth and
Rase streets, Philadelphia.'
• CAUTIoN.—The iniblio shawl(' be rn their
atiamlagainta the mant "Realms" and ...Mixtures"
of W Hsi merry, *Melt have sprunpip in all
parts of, the country t pui porting to be prepared by
physicians,all of which willbe found to be "tiilsel'
by a little inquiry in the: towns and cities y
they originate 7 -A li-cirtificateeatid statements. in
;nerd to Dr. awAyp_OlCompoundsyrup of Wild
Cherry arc "strictly true," told the proprietor is
daily recleving them•trom persons v..) base been
cured by the celebrated 'remedy. Thi, (original
goal only) genuine article is only prepared by.
DR. SAT AYNE4N, W. corner:,ol,Hlqlllll., and
RACE Sireetii, Philadelphia.
Remember, - -alt permeation orWild Cherry
are fictitious and counterfeit exiss,pt thrt bearing ;
the written sigunttAw of N,Flainittos. The ;only
agents, in. Carlisle are MYERS' tr. 'HAVER..
STICK:and.STEVENSON'It MEIIAFFY, and
MARTKILI.7,4 Harrisburg. ; :;
- - --
THRAtoOR , ROMPOUND SYRUP'OF TAR
•.' . . - •-PiD-WOO i ' '.. ' ;'', '''
-PERSONSAti'L Philadelphia alo n e,
1 n,wonderflii C ffi cicy.
000 _ca ies I • .tify_tottui
of that 'paws:fur riamedp; I'HOMPSOPS .
.COMPOUND uSYRITPOOPAr.- TAR , -- AAI r i!,
WCKIN:NAP:T r ifoiLLIIatiI 1_,Read.1 , ..,' fAittin
-,ibbinCoure'ot Chronic Broochittil, : •t'
.: ,-, J ~, 1.'.: • or ; j•4 l tillidelphii;ll,lby'23, I f1.;!4;.'1.'
.v.. , ...llr:l3:!l i nowraosj-thinr!flir:' For Mori thin .
ibujijo i ri - ' , ;Fiait 1. hid• hie n'divii.d flilliallibied
with an affectioiiiirthelliroat. , Whiele!.nry.'pliy.,
1 siciaw'pronounted _Ol. Chroiiiii:Branchitilq. cti us._
'ed 4,:rolibiitclirfidjiiiitiiifed - Ciiiiho die.
tress ardfaralls indincritabla: - ,:kis .".wont was
littereilly 4a* bath" violent: coughing, leo; that
liloadirould , como - froinit: ilsW - , griat' , ofipresJ
,airmi.pairi lud:tiehtnesi at' thif;cherit iihnlfOrei- •
—lnchon skill's: liwialliainntiritP L SYlWptiifs, I
iihOired theinselicii;ShOwbdtharuisfreii,bausloir. ;
Ontirolosi;of neceilearyiblicisciiiY throat was
leenhed a!' tdiatired over .lial oVer'aiiin. - I
made' trial'of eveiry 'k ii oirri Ire Maly, and at di f.
Archt,pariods had ths_CdvicO of qictliisicibpq .
'brirl'ilril , fh' • no 'PaviiiliTAliiiit two ' months.
Ishicej adds trial hf yinir Carifialid sykip
, Tdr , and:Mo.'idllfSjithii;'init borabl:Wa dis ken.
the 'firif hoithil faltivilidt."ll bcatinnediiiitlll'
had takanCeeren battles; 'Whieli' ConiUtably , rir‘;•
mused t itho'diseace . ...androbtpied.. ma. teare r ebt
.health, and l ,ll.4lrlmly Anthil:lr 11. should not br.
*Ali iln,g,i l l!d:A!.., no,!ien• ' r9r , l2Putrilvahl kh' l
1rd 1 0 11 ..:'! . .,., -- .1 . ..i . .1-, J ' . . 4 ,1 1 / 11 I p tgiigr' II : I •: ;:
-,-.' .-;;; - 1-71-- - --t-;-nr-----... r i pitivat*P.o —:
4 1, , iiiiiiiiit'7'illineeq-N.-**.nslrofMitiend;
...,Rior9StitOitli.:44 3 i s 9;;RlVsMr4 o o l l o c
Wt.„,,iiiiiiiiii''6iiii.tvtii; , 10.t 4 it, : tti
idmtayrryi',. ~ .-..•:'?:, . .., :.: - t - 1 .'5.4;.' .Il.', ' ''. '• ' ••
- - • TOJAMPESa -
to IUFt.-DJKAX.TDItIf so, you?
the tame, est anti worst ofllicaciotts affections
lotiretten to all, from groafaitorsons down to the
DR. I.IOID , PS
.•;";•* 4 7 #4?1,&1 1 175CS c 54
. 011 4 fritiENT.'
• ‘• • • • • • • -
•, • • PATENT WOUNI WitLi C• •.
MEDICATED ..EXTRACT QF SARSAPAz
•:Thii x e vire t .-rofeliciom, onixorsxlly ',known° odd
013411_9,,yed tbrcioghoikAic.4„boiied .9bitex, Mexico,.
the •• - •
Proimrethus they ire, by Dr. N. D,
reguhir l'hvgicionTtOtrsolf to by Drs. Clini - 00,
Jackci?o, - 5.41.xmc, Donner' • Here, riwick,Doxi,
'D.Civegie,.3-arcx, Abov, 'lll. lieloOrey,..Doberi
beeipOlio..ed Vith oidi e''•Mbllile'nee tlieit
menial iietiptelyarirby' the iuralaiftil send iloimotot;
are The .bely.,Pi I e4miet enee: corygti iißg Sersl)-
by that Ilan:ie. •
tiFAVAIit or st , uptots Inas
prepared by otherstailed 110stialPrils,74littrify
24e.;whiett are at
'tempted to be palmed on In the public on- the
reputation of "'Or. only trite mid geattine
Sarsaparilla taken() Other , than,
'Ur. - , for they possess all the virtues
can be cornbinkd in Pills, whether as a purgative
nr. general mrifier of the I it and fluids 'en - the
hotly, requiring no restriiWom oceimillion, us
toll coulter lof liruag, or fear limo eximsure, and
may he employed with, mud safety at ail times,
by YOUNG ANI) Ohl? .
MALE AN!) FEMALE,
.TH ntlditinn to more then five hundred certifi
c.niettnief ng Len n lierethtore iftddithed, their in
evensing Maus m.ll 411111itiitl, in strong proof in
their fatm•; mnre than Cite liithilPed Roses are
Rotel daily tut Dr. Leialey's !feal!) Kmittwiunt,und
ithnunnwistlichntit tiw United gimes.
Gost--u 25-eENT9 - A Wix.--
And 3 on It ill hike one . Or more, na moo be neces
sary, neenri,liuk. , to your dist...alt and the,bnigth
tounli motley t, ill be &Wed in
itoctors bills, nod instead ni trt ink the cnrieue
Quad: itt,o furred bpbn the
public by fhl an reasoning, um( nUtnuthetureil cur
Directions in liermon nil English
Vegetable Worm Tea.
is Tim MOST OPULAR. •
Resides being the. safest. best, and tnnst effectual
destroyer of ,worms now in use. Ti ((((( PllllllB in
PilllBl,4lllR, as well as elsea here, can testify In
it, as it lies been used in almost every other fem=
it) in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware,
To avoill - ttle great expense of publishing cer
tificates of its etHeitey, Dr. Leidy would suggest to
those who Intse -nut used it, to ask I eir. neigh
bors who have, and they as ill he fhb,. satiified.
• Parents that once inn oditei .1 /r. L.eitty 's Worm
Tea in their families as ill nevi r use any her- , --
so nlettsent-so safe even for infants, and
of ways elTvei •
It is put up iii 125 ond 23 rein packages.
Tetter and Itch Othtmmits,
'Never fails curing till diseases of the ‘lltiti, m o t
nn 'Teller, Itch . ri - h t ..-aormita-ltry--$lllll- Wilk IT
ill Mill 'n pf ille PIMA?, K . rek and lintls Salt-Itlictini.
Scaled:l lead, ktt 'Sm • . • .
li has bleu-fused Icy niunernns-Freltnolß. Facto.
ties, honed of teasels. nI4IIIIIIIIiCS %.all imi ”1...
ii itl,-.I limit ~.,7 ~,
Thousands could -testify In it ltv cell:lie:des
t ut f:el a delicacy is, Intblialsintt their names it
- l)titnexion- with din tliscas,ta of the akin, some n
%Nell, ate even consitlei•ed dimeneeftd, I chidell.-----;•lnatintonae-and.Aatitgtettble.--3:41,-d-I—dn,..-
t • It.l d
IR. 7 . :•' . • - 25 CTSi-PE.41.-BCre-T-LE.
.:. • . ,
et '•.•.''•• . I‘.l\ra ,••
~ 'f 4 ..i . i , - * ct i .4_ --1 ' . 1: , •
\ . ' t,' %if tai 11?/. , ,,; . , :- ' .
. -,- ' - ' , •\••\7 t<," - .7.. , Zik r '' :
.y . , e• - : - .....-;:fr'j'.'•• \ ' '
. , . -:•., .
(IR dui little sufferer's friend. A n entirely 'I e-
V,/ g - ctitlile s- preptinition, for the destruct: of
%I. Orme. — A dvice te-cnoilionW.- ---.!4% Si ilt ll' ill time
sags nine." .:Ktiovring our - Wiwin - Sy nip to he
the %cry hest medicine for destroying wornos, noir
in use, we would say to you, of your children
_should attpear_pate and emacia . latest, with offemt
sive breath pain itt the joints and hullos, vora
cious appetite, blosteoLstonsteb, suttee starting in
their sleep with fright, and servitiniog, sense ot
sometliint rising in the throat,ikbing of the arms,
squeamishness, fits, hatiliell, Elle., imineflititelLnlo.
taiu it bottle of llobensack's worur S . , rap, let' ier
...training you will tot enty sate ..ii stitch in ' :," 1
hut bring hack joy and liculth where reit:twit so r.
ISM HMI distal et hot nineli suffering sool loss cot
life we sec o through to nom of proper 'Attentionn and
proper remetlios; 110.rvinre, lel it he the ditty of
mothers, in ease any of their children should slipw
any of die shove sy mptoims, or procure imotoolei.
ately• , the proper remedy-Atilt r.-needy is in Het.
lictisock's Worm Syrup, ii medicine 111111 hits let t
Wii It complete success. omit cures where every
other has entirely Toiled ; In which 11111111•1,1119
vet I 1 ficates of highly respectable persons testily
See pampltleist '
Niessrs..l. N. & C. S. 1 loliensitek o—Geolletneot
Unsolicited, I send pot this testimonial concern.
itog your involiiiiltle Almlienied %V rain Sp .lop.—
From early itifimey , my dangling., now a child lit
111 months, has Inch here' 3. filleted it itlo %Vomit:,
causing' Maly the most severe no il distre , sibpi
plains. At 11110.% the would Its 01100 st frtuld'e, trill
iwrfeelly tationnagt able ; would rim op and dew it '
. die floor, and knock herself unconsciously against
tie wa a. • ig7time-ae-v.,..e-igtawatit-of—
, Ate eituse--al length ucim; impt eased at uli the Le
, lief Haar worms were the cause, we commenced
giving se versil medicines tier such a complaint,
from a hteh'llie child derived no benefit a lintever.
. As.a,miltttr of,enttrse, she was much *retliiiird in
plaint. ACcidentally meeting with one or yaw.
emulate,. we' were induced to try your ",raittlicine.
Webad not usedf it Dili it few Clays befot e a great
'many worms were lirought.frorn her, one t full six
Indies in length; vid mores, varying-inane front
one to four inches, I need scarcely nilildhat the
_Add was speedily -relieved, and abet too before
welted used (tile 25 .cat 6(110 of your. Worn'.
Syrup. si?6 is-nOw entirely lice from those lis
t .essieg ludo?, soil doing well. I feel I hot it
would be uokinoloess oil me part to withhol I from
- -.- . . . . ~_ _ ton and the conlintlitity thus information. I Oil,
ir ET " ; ‘,ll the wo od l a k e not i ce . mid inc„„ful. ilicerfore, unliesitaihogly reroonfileilit 'Yaw i‘leili
.l4lnot to burthelstiger coated] improvill Indian anted Worm Sy riip ns• a • int divine polsessloig ill-
Yegetable Pills, unless every box inns - nfi it the lier-exeellent qualitios.• Very IleSpeestpliv,
written signature. of the original inventor and ” • • ' C. HENRY PLUMSIEIt,
'patentee. - ' n , 'lllitilater oldie Gospel, '
G. Bdidanzi it Smi 1 lir ILL D. Mar shall St. I tleor below lirown.
ry one ton' of this arthilto will .enovince the
. , .
These pledsont Pills unitsess poWers fh open Mod sceptical of its impreeetlitited viruses, and
.Ilist,.the natural drains ol the sv stem—viz : tire the money will be rebottled .111. all cases if it ,
Lungs, Kidneys, fikin and [towels—hitherto lull. 511001111011 in giving satisfatt ion
~ . .
ftowwiti4he'petiettce of Alt:dictum; aid 500001. , PIiI4PAIIED ONLY 11Y• .
itletillasbecstaheir tritnutplt over all other nutpl-, ' J. N.A. .G. El.• 1 - 110BENSACR..
mines many.tillVe -- been little suppose tifey . , .„. .. . . ..
oontiiiiiitime' poweatil itilifeild I but upon Clain: N. E.• PM& ill Bthl ' ' Green s u s - hid.
inatiun by P4tors*Cliiltou,..ltundolpli, IlinitiOg.' ' r ' - mice St, CititaierltUttle;,
Ain ail.othonfthitiso'ni,9o444:o4Likucq peeved . Aliberal distoOnt midetelsholeside pUreliiivers.
- .''qOlt :iii,.NeW , '.7lrorli;:sit iNe..iirieliipal Of 179 • .or satilikalesalespid , resaill ti:TL1.X.'...601 - 6'. 4.
f:reOoiliolestrret;t4 silsiily 111YElprtillAV. Hobensark,•Druggiiis sitill - Apcdheeprkl: N.,i - „ii.:
E4STlpl,"sol.e.#4Ootii„for,prijile.. Comer of,Sreand.antLeoitositrootsitttitaileltatio,
... . .., witer:Sto!!k,OPOrsiThiAitglill..hiretiiii44).l4 'Mott
'' .. '_--.' ' JA I - ........... - 2___" ',. ' '..''' ' '. - sirmere - mor : be. tOmpi r rit,wo4- - - - liiiiii,LAMic.._J.
... ,• . .. s•:w.wag.samtgge:'..;.ase. ~.. ~..... , b ,,,, , ,, ha spiriiiiithiti_ - _ , v.wiliiitidi,i -, .w.,...
~....:•.• „,.„„.4,... - i ,,b,. - ,,5,....., , ,,• „, , el;' stir. every, eithiroirite)i id' Jhe bitilitesit,
Dr.ll.V.'Atid 'l4l'iti4.' ' l' • ~,..- ,c -..'... . • 7. ',..- ' '.., odic& lowertlion 'al Only .6therestliblislituent in,
Sir i:::::The, -- . bci.of Eir. Sti.bill's Sttgo'' `r, ewe; Oro titre , -., 7, ~ ,. , i 1; - ~'., , ''.1...,:. , • ~i . ,. :.._ ,
inttorokikini4ioyegetiiblei Pills I.poratiosedrof , •c'The. l4o, :ditifili 'Monti afroli;or-LitiletSoffer--- ••
you;',l6lli6l:i#'..triontlisliOjit; Ifound la:their lip. er?. \ FriOnd, ie for :solo 41, the: li rloei pal, Drug
'placid on-to%mrsan (of aljiout. 15 . ) earsc.of 'age& Aluref; 'PA kr .i otirekeepors generolllyi pill,p , or:
the- most,h4jipy - effect-oit'llie is stem.-He-had heel). '*ei i i i ii i _ t e drS t a t e " r i" 'O• - ' ' '•• ' '
' for - soine years.very !Icite tojnalili*, • And cm "v- . l , br stroliepatitsleatribertitorotoret or-L . ,
, much - subject. to fever' ;Ind ",itliilll2',.,..o.ntueh,so 11,
,! 1 ,4 . -;: ! ! ! ,[;,: !,..PT,EVENSONviItAIKPArrij 't
to oreite 'llarinfor ' hiii future litralith: , .And ;for • . .- • ' 409 ' '3,.;;1PL110 - r,',.'
two' Or three ',•jtetaFs-iie,.lliittio„.iltecit-bint•from ' ..V Or'eale iii'H4e*own;liil,4 it.lt:.' - k.cO'LlE
milli:nil. the, m ost Of 114 tinie.„,,r4pt:oow;:fOok to'
likUlentiiy!etlgoi... thil'.ifirriji4iV-4,atalruit4,4,4 Illy
hialtlitindm 110 ProiliucrOpis pirrtilUOutferuoy
. Prinalpatollice;i it) Gt , epatleli . 4.o - Ntikilii'k.
..'''Ot!cUTlON:•;•.•4\s'ai'rfaisefible iniltillbli .liita
il e 0 u , uutilw hi ; the usance.of Sugir Coated Pills, it
14'411uogillryritaaefuurelilkut .Dr: a -Benjamin
rilt.ltsylgatiture in owit,ieliom -- 59 11 iiiit.Stvcentc ---:-
.?,:iikgeourfOr Elm it hit Soior toited.tl'illei ~ 1 . .. ;
. 7 ,, ; ..lioogo0own,J014.».8:•11:Colale„,/ • L.. , ::. ,
. 1 ,,:.4,100pt0w0, Poley li.Glinsur , . I i 1
.'. , . ..sty
Lnlldatillpitiil.W. , .0‘.1 . i. iiN-, f. • . :...: 'Pi. i:,, ~ii; i
Medicated Sarsaparilla is hi far the stfongest pre
paration of Sarsaparilla extant. as has been irr
fluently tested heti' 6y its elTerts :ilid analysis
It is hod taking the.place of °Wolin, preparstions
because of .its rflicaeat y, I tottnert•in; eertifirate•
being published from time In tifni9iond becanse of
its superior sleet Oh :one bottle bikihg: etrud to
six junta of rap of StlrSaliarilla, or two Lutt let.
of any other extract it 04 erinsetrently ;) the lieu
and cheapest, requiring less lei be taken, mid root
ing less. being sold at
„ItOf FOR A SINCI.F. 1110 - 1
$2 50 Ton 1 oast'. BOTTLE i ,
• $4 lot Six Bottles.
It is particolarly recommended or all RIR 0-
11111 i 1410!e001.5-; ItCl.oosSores nl the !Cott.,
Throat nr Itody ; hisi saes of the thaws r I/he:l
ees of the Liter, Lungs. Spleen and K;d urr i
Allections of the skin, rr n lireakiog nit of dry
; tul-water tint de-s-oLthe Pace 0• • „ d Boil
Scrofula, Erysipelas, Cons' ottodounl diser.ses ay s
ing from the use of tnerenry and other-minerals,
S.l philltio and Venereal Afiielious,atsell us the
greatest purifier of the Blood And -Fluids of the
bOdy that has ever been disc:mere - 0; •
Dr. Lehly . thv proprietor, offers. to refund the
or ovvii nisiiiiona„prowwg pnti ve : . • •
*nreneral - Depot for thuabovernedicinri, Dr.
Leidy's Health' V.mpnrion., No. 191 N. Yull 01...
near. Vine St., (Sign of the Golden Eagle and Set,
puts) Pliilhdrlpb,s, lo EA ItI.ISLE by
STE VEN SON at 51 EH PFEY..
Caloher 15, 1045.
DP.. G.BSMITH~S SUGAR,COATLD P
CAUTION TO ALL !
*.iiFRESII - 412tIFOIEN , SEED$;, , , ,
rliAl.fiEl,:?Aind loot itpllii:ltiitoillALAN o 1, - -
Eli /Claire and chi:olio Ibi-'ot,r
. te lit 'tat •v 6
variety 4 . , . qua y, rem t
the old stind , 6ll4l: - ,Htt.li.
(A.gey,lide,Wptil z; 1.1146,„
- --• - "--7 ''. ii- - ,-DICTIVX — SW --.. 7 •
- ' - ''''W - AtiI . 'WERRI i. AND 'TAR
For .cilre cure of .Rtorur:#s
~,'gensurni r z,
'C 0414..; . Coldf; Astifia,
chit:lll6 l , illeurtsy r ktrtalitiatthin
.. Yams in the Brea l or st o :Side' Spittirke
M 4 C) 6 4
p i V Wt#oll4t #0114
A 4 d.
r Twed opular** 4nc?goalitthe Amogs
' The?%NeiMi icl „ atinefroin'
'Chian* Ofirtittlinhiltibitriblly 'at* its "merits.
It has performed mrmerons cures la•ievere ca.
sea and , where a lt elintatil .remedies had failed to
' tive.freitel:' .': .F c. • •,, : \ -,'- 4 ' k\ "-
' '."\ -;
'. •fikikatelyiklcfrapearber 20,1845.
• . ~ Messrs. lipirinson,CollipalSaDo;:—Being af
- Meted-het 'apringTwilii'm-very-screirreough,
with pain iln• my PilVi. isn'ti breast, sorenos and
weakness of the lungs, shortness of breath,
Osirnr appitilsolkO4 V (,id ‘iirtiecid -remedies,
• but to no !goad efient, My cough stilteontinning
and growing Worse,. 4ineli *as the distressing
• nature of the cough. that I could autile in bed
night nor day, but. was obliged to bit 6 ' p in my
choir, and could not sleep - but very little at best,
' consequeditY, I was wearing out very feet, till
yon • very kindly recommended Dr. Davis's
ComPound.Syrup of Wild Cherry and Tar, the
. first bottle of which gave me relief, checked miy
comidh:loomned the 'phlegm, mused me to O.
peeprrate fmely, respired my..appetite,relieied
the pain in my Fidel lietiledVbe soreness of my
breast, end, strongthoned.my lungs. causing me
• • tOlireathe tritely. 11 briVe - nniv liken ten bottles
it:has entireltourati My cough:- i have gaitield
considerably its flesh. I think it a most saws.
ble medicine, and case that ought to be waiver.
sally known , these afflicted with, colds and
• coughs may have a medieinehoth safe and Sore
- to cure, it* taken properly. White* taking the
medicine, [drank lively of molasses and water
which I round excellent to. keep the bowels
open. If this statement can be of any benefit
it , the afflicted, you ore at liberty to make suck
use of it as you may think ptoper.
M ERR ICK BARNES' No. 6, ilroad Street.
Several months nince,.my wife wen. attncked
with ti severe cough, attended with a puirt in
her side, which, from its obstinate eentinunneSl
hegkin to Werth ber. A few doses of Dr. burin's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry end Tar en ,
lievr d the pain end cured t h e cookh; end. by
the tirite she• trod taken halls bottleful she Wits
mired She recommended it to nn
nermaititnnee, Mrs. !Intimater, who was [Octet*
in about the some 'tririnner us h ,reelf, end the
medicine meet) re,ueily heneGmel in hr; case.
Mrs. IL also reeminnettrled it In several of her
f-iends, who were, I believe cnied by it. This
in mYkrinwletke of .I.lr.- medicine, - nod
1 Gem 13. gidieient to recommend it es u value.
hie toe. CHAR no Ot listen:l44 Ware St.'
Late High Constable of the city otiPhiladelphin.
The suliseribere have nhiairttA i Lhe Agency
for the sale of this valuable mediefAS , in Carlisle.
dee 10 - MYERS lk HAVRSTICK,
WORMS,- WORMS, WORMS.
--- ;01 - 11fft.. YOU CIVE.
WEED7.OATEtI WORM SYRUP
Sertibe of Po
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oienot edit the I
nand ) :s.ma
faib ur p r i v aip
notes thef inlot
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