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' 'plaint, S pities. Blicro*Difilitalty;of Dredlidig,
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%Wetly core ever known fotqinrittfllit above die ,
wages, is OIL SWA 4' NE'S VD M VOU N D 'Blr It
lit Up OF MD CIER telf,-/iNOTH Ert WIN
.DREIFUL MAE 'OF CONSUMPTION.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.,•Sept: 40th, Ital.
-------- thr.-Sirealte--Dcar-Sir.-___LfeeL_call_ tatty o
genie, of duty 1 own , to suffering •humanity, tw
knowledgeigriteful thanks for, the wonderful
~ effector , of your " COMPOUND .. SIIYUP,; OF
, . WILD . ofiEllibt" on tne,'"after,bilying,stiffettd i
IthlitAlnt'alter months with the inoat:efilicting,of
all diseases, Consumption, with scarcely a ray of,
hope, - or a "beacon light" to guard mtigating% my
• Itrur horrible forebodings. The -eircumatancys
Natiletileeetted tre to the Valid state of debility
' was from taking a Vdryirett'vy cold, which seemed
• to, fix ittlelfittpoit the lungs, which gradually grew
*brae. withpr elute night memo% hacking cough,
oppression in the breast, in' ' g blood, it ith
- Weal general debility, •My constitution seemed
broken Win:4A nervous systent very It int
tairett„ with all the symptonia of confirmed Con
.- Zutimtion. 1 Went to Philadelphiaround witstreat ,
rat theee 'by physicians of -the highest tigspecta
bility,tatt still grew Worse, until they gitveme up
as insurnb+e,Mitl 'advised me ro go Sonde, but ite
in iery.poor af -losing's° much time from my
work, and inty'fitg spent all iii} money ott t.:te ya
letests"Petent Me amines" whoa% were reconintett
talo highly thr isgh the mediuin of the press, I
. was unable to•lak their advice, Reit% ameritt.
tier of the Order 'Odd Fellows, they stupid - Mil
• tee with money gratuita misty to send me to my
Mends in Saco„fileine. ° I was treated by physi
tient of the higheat standing there, hut - received
no benefit -whatever froin them, but gradually
'grew worse, until my physicians and myself gave
Itpail 'hovels of my ever recovering;and Itch like
.-- . one. mho is about to pass through the %utity ofthe
thadow of death. At' this "awful juncture," 1
item d ofyour 'COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD
CHERRY, and_knowing you' to be a regular,
- practising physician in Philadelphia, gave me
Wire confidence In the medicine, so,' concluded
as a last resort, to make a trial of it. I acid to •
.your agent in Boston, and purchased one bottle,
. 'which relieved me very much. I then procured
IVO bottles more; -which 1 am !nippy to say en
tirely cured meottid I am now enjoying better
health than 1 ever intro .- before in my 111 w. it
seemed to. have a Irenefleial effect ai once. I
Waned strength rapidly, although reduced to a
nem skeleton, and 1 feel satisfied front its saln
-ary effects in my own , case, that Dr. Swityne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry will cure any
ease of diseased Lungs it taken according to the '
rpestirlbed rules contained in the pamphlets ac
oompanying the medicines. Even the physicians
Who witnessed my 'Mat are-highly recommend
ing it In slthilar cases—and I wish you to make
l'ins public, so that others who are suffering as I
have been, may know where to procure a remedy
ht first, which will reach their disease, without
tampering with and ruining their whist:bilious
'with the many "quack:nostrums!' with which the
' , Whole country is flociled, perpared by persons
• alto have no knowledge of the science of medi
cine in theory 'or practice, but airs got up merely
with a mercenary view• . ~ .
I nth a Scarlet member of the Dope Lodge 1.0.
nif 0. F., in Providence It. Land will be happy
to give tiny_ information in regard lo the ef fi cacy
lif yotW Medicine, and can give afiple-proot that
my case It hot exaggerated in the least. •
ALBERT A ROSS.
TO, Dr. IFI. Sws ran, N. W. • corner Eighth and
Ititoe'streets, Philadelphia. ' • -
~CAUTION.—The public should be on their
guard egtinst theManv - .11sal ma" and "Mixtures"
bf Wild Cherry, which have sprung up in all
parts of the country, put'oorting to bc,prelierell by.
physicians all nt which .m, ill be found to be "liiiseh
- -- little I
a-little nquiry:m.llle low ne.antLeities_*lierm
they of All cirtificates mint statements in
regard to Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild
. - Vlterry are "strictly true," anti the proprietor is
- daily recieVing them from persor.s who have been
cured by the celebrated remedy. The (original
and only) genuine article is only prepared by
OR. SVI/AYNE,.N. W. corner of EIGHTH and
RACE StreetiflPhilidelOhii: - .
, Remember, all preparations of Wild Cherry
ere fictitious and counterfeit except dirt bearing
the writteh signature of N. Sr/Alma. The only
agents in Carlisle - are ?iII'F.IIS hr. lIA V.F.12.. ,
' STICK and STEVENSON & NIP:DAFFY, and
MARTIN LUTZ, llarrisbm:g....
'HOMSONS COMPOUNb SYRUP OF TAR
• a - DWOOD NAPTIIA.
1 000' PERSONS in Philadelphia. alone
an testify to the wonderful efficacy
of that powerful remedy T 110 M PSON'S
Cf:IMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR, AND
WOOD NAPTIIA Read ! Read ! • A etiolat
ing cure of Chronic Bronchitis !
Philadelphia, May 23, 1844.
Mr. S TIIODIPSON—Dear Sir. For more that
fear years past 1 had been dreadfully,afilinted
Ntith an affectio nof the throat, which my Filly
skim' ptohounced " Chronic Bronchitis,' eaua
ted by_ repeated and neglected colds. The die
trees suffered is indescribable. 51) throat was
laterally raw with violent coughing, so that
blood would comb from it; also great , opines.
sion, pain and tightness ut the chest ann fever
Short all the Usual pulmonary symptoms
show ad' thentathreit, showed themselyps, causing
entire loss of necessary repose—my 'Throat was
leaohod and blistered over and over again. I
made trialof every known remedy, and at dif.
Went periods had the advice of six physicians,
*MI all with no avail. About two months
lance' I made trial of your Compound 'Syrup. of
Tar and Wood Naptha, and before I had taken
the first bottle I felt relief. • I continued until
had takeit lieven bottles, which completely re.
moved t h e disease andrestored me to perfect
health, and I firmly believe I should not now
be living, bad it not been for your invaluable
Medleill , m, MANE PERRY,
• • 123 Spruce street.
Prlnbipal office, Di f --, F..ecirner..-of flab and
Spruce streets: a Pri c e 50 cent s • per bottle or
1.5 .per . - • 2"
rde "sale in . Carlisle by STEVENSON 4.-
.oldest, and Most Pointltir.Medl
tines now offered to the Publie, - are
Fahaestooles Family .Rledicineg, s _
Many dines Ten Thousand Certikatealike the
%bowing have been voluntarily given to their
Vsiimitruoduring the last eighteen years,—
,pf FahnestopkhrFainily_Mmlieines are pro
verbial for their Cheapness and Milovey, and no
ramily.should be without an assortment of them,
111* rill theyiit 14 believeti,lifier a trial of them.
B. A. FABNESTOCiCS VERAIIITGE
. - AIINESTOCK'S VERMIF!.TGE.
HAVE= frequentljr\ lied Pahnettock's
'ithipt, with rod 'ettbeti' but' regent...ly' WOO nil
,—mintitered in one-or tWirminsvi-in7whinh-thniV
:led/were , astohishing:-;, itranebite &inn. the .tisit
..wf worm , :worn , _diseharged, and: ifi
ikiinthnp 46 passed', to.theentl re reliant the llltlyl
' .=, '' ,CH r.WAIX&VE;M:',I;kr
- • plaw1 1 1?,1 c. ~‘
thnesthafeic,Vesnlfisgd ' ' together '
hettoek'i , Cidmlnative Lozenges; Fahnnstonkt,
gnash Lozengns ) hibnitelonk's Eye Water, and
iihnestonk's II ilbejnnbintell hirtei hi .cure for #ben+
tient 141 !al!!
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Tati fiieillOt;ii,fer ' Hy4;;Sel`ii:or
,`4,lntli,gestion, the uni Versa I Complaint,.kte,adt.,
ti el tit; of Siiififr, Piikilyinint - Ftistitl elf
reifiliti face, Habitual. tjoettvenessi
-A H ctionrofthe_HlathkrXththhid oyA^aliilinus
Fever!:" 'o' is a „Peefeet
-and -Westerit-Fevers, and 'the-beat:remedy...ever_
used iierestoring . the*ticht, after hying prostra
ted by Fever, &o. Erystpelate,"Enlargement..
the Bones, Fever and iFlatuletick,
nese 'Of ttoniplexion, Gemini -Debility, for. gene
ral prostroon, caused by disease, : medicine, or
indiscretions committed in youth, abberruti on of
nind,confosi On of i dens, loss of'memoey ,dinineps
of vision, a hopeless expression of countenance;
id - for - [lrisclass - olliliseasejeneridlyithiathedi.'
roue has never had iia equal. Gout, Gidilitiess,
Grevel i timpure [Width Jaundice; Lois of Appe 7
lite; Liver CoMplaino;r•Leprody; Lnosettess.
ERCUIIiAti..DISEASES:—Never frills to
eradiente all the effects Of Memory in
finitely sooner dam any other medicine. Night
Sweats; Dervous Ahthility; Nervous CMIIOIIIIOII
of all kinds; Nmtralgia; Organic Affections; Pal
ritation of the bleats; Painter's Cholic. Pains
o The head, side, hack, limbs, joihts antrrvatis;
Rush of blood to the heatl;.Scurvy; Saltitheum;
Swelling; 54 Headache; Stitlitess Of the
SCOI'6IIB or Rini's Evil; ,141111 s in its worst
forms; Ulcers of ectev description, nod , the Ery
sipelas; Exposure and Intj u is bite.
FEMALE CO NI OA IN LTS—.Lailesi of Pale
complexion and consumptive habits, as
lire debilitated by, those obstructions which fe
males are liable to, see restori d by the use of .a
'bottle Or tied to bloom and vigor. It is by far
the best remedy ever discovered for weakly chil
dren, and such as have had humors, being plen
uitt they reedit, take it. It immediately restores
the appetite, Strength color.
Natliiiig can be morestirrisikihnia pie iiicigg-
orating elleas on the bonito, frame.' Perkins, all
weakness mid lassitude before taking It at once
become robust of energy U nderits influ ,
(met. It immecliatelycounteraets.the nerveless
ness of the human Entine, which is the great cause
The following are some of the certifeates and
Complimentary notices that have been received :
by the proprietor,of the efficacy of this medicine.
Mr. Philip Wilcox, of the well known (Win of
Wilcox & Ittchmeititl, shipwrights, of New Ben
ford, was entirely cured ol'a confirmed canker of
• the . stomach, throat and 111011111, 'with sore lips
usually accompany hug this disease, and his gene
ral health, ninth improved by the use of only one
bottle. Dlr. Wilcox hes sulfered severely lore
number or, ears with this disease, and attributes
his cure entirely to the use atilt. Bitters.
Col John Doylies, Deputy Sheriff of Bristol
county, Mass.,has voluntarily 9.itifiell that he
was cured by the Bitters, ofJainalice,lntligestion,
Headache and Vertigo.
CO. Gibbs, el* Sandwich, testifies that several
per so ns in that town, well known to . him, leave
been benefitted by the use of the Bitters, and in
every case they have given the most perfect satis
J. It. Perkins, Esq. Attorney at Law, of New
Itedford, was cured .61 an tisiiitatrant eruption of
tile face, by the use of the Bitters.
[From the Daily Evening Bulletin.)-
It is not our colitom to purr Patent Medicines
unless we know them to he really eitiielletit.—
Having ourselves a knowledge of Dr. Wood s
Sarsaparilla mid Willi Cherry'llitters, and hav
ing severyl friends who Nave been benofitted by
their use, we do not hesitate to recommend them.
tothe public. DoddStirsriparilla and Wild Cherry
are articles of estsiblislied.reputatiiin in the med
ical world, and. this preparation is-made- with
great- care and appeurs to combine all the medi
cinal qualities of both.in an On multi manner. For
sale by the proprietor,fi. Tlmrtitoii,Jr. Water,
street : all(' by the Drag-gisir generally. 'Any oile
sufrermg from diseases.of the blo,d, indigestion,
or heittlaclie, would do well to give these Bitters
Prepared .by E. Thornton. 211, Sold Whole-
Stile Hng Itetnil by" Wysir k. Krtritil.l2l Ful
ton street, New Yrirkf"SA"NIUEL ELLIOTT;
antl..DrUggistsgetwrotly throughout the
United States. Prire Is, Inige bottles. -
•.=Deeember '2, 11146.. ' - • •
COVIFOUND !!iliritUP OF
WILD 'CHERRY AND TAR. -
For the cure of Punionary onsumption
Coughs, Colds ) Asthma, Influenza, Bron
chitis, Pleari,ey, Difficulty of Brentlung . ,
Pains in - the Breast or Sick - Spitting of
• Blood. Croup, B i lloopiug Cough, c.
HIS Medicine is raaidly gaining a deser
ved popularity in Affections cfthe Lungs
The following certificates. from 'respectable.
citizens of Philadelphia fully attest its merits.
It has performed numerous cures in severe ca.
see and where the usual remedies had fdiled to
Messrs:Ttobltison, Collins &Co.:—Being af
flieted. hint spring with a very severe cough,
with pain in my aido and breast, sorenes and
weakness of the lungs, shortness of breath,
lofts of appetite, &c., l tried various remedies ;
butifriffil good diem, my cough still continuing
and growing worse. Such wasthe distressing.
nature nfthe cough that I could nut lie in bed
Night nor day, but wile obliged to situp in my
chair, and could not sleep but very little at best,
consequedtly,,, I was wearing out very fuel, till
you very kindly recommended Dn. Davis's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry and Tar, the
first bottle of,which'gave me relief, checked my
cough. loosened' the phlegm, caused me to oz.
pectorate freely, restored my , appetite, relieved
the pain in my side, healed the soreness of my
breast, and strengthened my,lunga, causing me
to breathe freely. I have now taken ten bottles
it has entirely cured_mymough. I have gained
considerably lri flesh. - I think lt s a most valtia-
We medicine, and one that ought tolbe univer ,
sally known, that those 'afflicted with colds and..
coughs may have a 'medicine botheafe and sure
to cure, if taken' properly. While taking- the
mediClue, I drank freely of molasses and, water
which I &and excfflient to keep the bowels
open. If this'statement 'can lie of any benefit
to the. afflicted, you are at liberty to makesach
flee aft a. you may think proper.. "
•MERRICK BARNES' No. 6,Bread Street.
Several months since, trig wife woo attacked
with a severe cough, attended wiwi th pain in
- her aide, - which, from its obstinate cOntinuen3e
began to alarm her. A few doies of Dr. Da'vteri
Corripound•Syrup of Wild Cherry and TO re
lieved the pain and cured the-cough ; -and by
the time rho had, take!r half a bottleful she' Ores
perfeotly, Cured. She recommended it to an
aequeintanco, Mrs. Bannister, who was afileted.
in about the seine manner asherself, and the
medicine Prdved equally, beneficial in. her case.
Mrs. IL also recommended it to several of her
friends, who were,' believe cured byrit. This.
is my knowledge, of Dr. Davis's medicine; and
I deem kaufficient 10 recommend it as:SWING:.
Me ruler - --CHAU* Dinneen, 144 - RaCeSt. -
Late High Constable oft he cityof Philadelphia,
• Thlllllll4 Sept.2o, 1845. •r ; •
The subar vibe's' have obtained the ..Agency
or the sale-r-f-this-valitable medicine In Carlisle.
dee 10 MYERS de ,11AVERSTICE
I ' A i elArPoi
• ACOUSTIC_ OIV /4f
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CA4PA'EI Compeontl Kreoeote ACOUS,
Vlb . olL,_iputhe--core of DEAFNE'"
pith! in IN; elm, 91101111Tthinie, dleagreall
able-pmeep, like thp - hoFmtof;intiecto, — folling;
Witter whizzing of itepri; :which
oftnp omit of eppronehing dekinion, and olsti
norall_i_ettendant with the dieense,!Tor
Selo, Agent for"
Iva Ar spiCES. • 1):
elved at Ills
isyKttS ,1,01-41"%vt:eek. fresh'rl:4;
SiOre,on IffeiVfle.depentled upon sji
—aitheY arc 'Veg;;l.Tvz-i-. • •
re er 40, aw_f„c!...14147,100.1
• 4.l.ll4l°,7oiiititila stkiil,l3".• i3 , 0A4 ri•
stAv4PA' - t
I usy„jiiiired44, the oul ? ea r i kor ,ll o o ,4 ) !Pit
tr, od Booitigtore. con'Ykoft o A 4 qier. 1, , 010 11
lim a iNIV .flArslFq. NA. P . -,,:1.. ,
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DR. DAV 75113
-, ,Q11101 . 10 , 4 vheatitift ,
i tediagid eat lees aide inigt filit,otiVßOPEtt.T.Y
.antl_EFFECTs_oreityy_desertiktion lin • i ) -kOtPt .
Cenetry ;on the . moat.reasonahle terra a...--Ajitd
Lions made eitheiler,sotial!r - vi.)lXletterilvitl be
, Raies(offnstgarice . Reilutied !
Brick or Stone diVtllingscir stores
from:. • . 2
Arlo Jo • 'averni
, .. ~ ..
do • do, Stableqprieate) •4to 5 do
do, - 410,9461 es (pablio) .6to a do
do do ' Grist MOM, Wafer •
' - • Power, Itolo • do
.4.X1149 .I ~ lIMA. • '
Brick or Stone dwellings and Fur
ni tom from 30 to 40e $lOO value
do do Stores and Min:lan= ' •
dize 35 to do
do do Taverns tindritrniturit
40 to 60• V do
do do Barns and Contents ,
. . .
- Sp - 10 75 do .
do do Stables (pubiiel"P".
•• .:.-100124 ISO- de. '
de do Grist Mill and Stock'
35 to 80 de'
Frame and Log II wellingaand Fur
niture 50 to 75 do
do do Stores 'and Mardian- -
411 e • 65 to 85 • do
do do Toyama and.Forniture .7• „
60 to 100' . tie •
do . do Barns and Cohtents ••
' to 100 . d 0...
• do du Grist Mills and Stock ' •
90 to Br do
The sitbssylber is agent for the above company
for Oarlisle tool its vicinity. All applicationefnr
namirsinets either by,. mail or personally will. be
procriptly attended to. W. D. SEYMOUR.
DELAWARE MUTUAL INSURANCE COW'
OF PHILADELPHIA,_ .
On the 11Initial Insurance principle,:combined
willt.a large joint-stock Ca etal. Pretni
reduced to-nearly half the usual rates. •
13the Ant of Incorporation the stock is
pledged for the payment of any losses
Which the Company may sustain. And as an
additional security to the assured; the act re.
quit es tharthe prnfits , of the husiness 'shall Le
funded and remain with the earporatibn, as a
guarantee and protection to the insured against
loss. This fund will be represented by scrip
issued by the Company, bearing interest note:.
ceeding six per cent. per annum. The insured
are entitled to a pro rata. share oftlie profits of
the Company, and will receive that proportion
of the • aforesaid. fund in scrip, Whim the
amount of earned premiums paid by him, bears
!sidle total - sun - sof earned and capital
The scrip that issued, to be transferable on
the books of the Company as stock.
No dividend of scrip can be made when
the losses and expenies exceed the amount of
The 'floured are protected from loss at the
customary rates of premiums, without any
individual liability or responsibility for the
losses or expenses of-the - -Corporation. The.
assured have all the rights of . membership,-=
can vote at all elections, and, are eligible as
Directors of the Corporation.
The subscriber has been appointed agent for
ibis Company ,- and as the mutual -principle
' ti superseding every other mode of Insurance,
te would nnefidenilyrecommend it to his friends
and the public.. •
The North American Company has closed
their Agency. _Those having policies expiring
in-.that office can have them renewed in the
Delaware - Coinpany_on much more favorable
For full particulars enquire either by lett
or person to JOHN J. MYERS.e r
—earlislo,Septemberi 0,-1845.-1 y,
E. 4 E.IST PEXXSBOR.OUG.II
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
1I F Allens id host pennsborougla Mutual Fire
1 Insurance Compant of Cum berland Counryjn
corpormed by an act cd Assembly, id now fully or
gaiti zed oriartisi operation Mtt:l.llm management of
Aim following commissioners, viz:
Clit.Stay surandacob Slaelly,Wmft Dorgas,Lewis
flyer, ChristisMlTitzel,M achael Hoover, Henry .
Lognn,)l ichsOlencklin, IlFnjana in II Musser,Lev a
Merkey acob K irk ,Alelch iorßrtmetnan and Sam,l
Pi•ovagll, who respetolly call the au...ration of the
citi tens ofCumberlitpil and Ydrk countieso the ad
vantages which the'company hold out.
The rates of insurance arc as lo* and favorable
as any Company of the kind in the State. Persons
wishing to become members are invited to make
applicatioskto the agents of the company who are
willing to wait upon them at any time. ,
• JACOB SHEILA , Preet.
114tenata. lloovarac.V.lo President.
Pia* Byer, Secretiiiy.
.9G.F.; PS. •AW
Michael lloover,Deneral Agent ,M echanlcsbu t i
Rudolph Martin, N. Cumberland township.
M Cocklin, Allen township.
Wm R Dorgan, Allen township.
Jobe C Dunlap, Allen'township.
Peter Barmliart,East Pehoshoro' township.
David Martin r Cituroldown—
ilenry - ZeararigT, Shireinanstown,
Dr. Jacob Batighman,Carilele,
Jacob.Kirk,General A gentfor York County,New.
Henry , I.ngenofork county. -
John Sherriek• York cotintf•
Johni Rankin, York county.
J. Bowmen; York-county.
Philip Breckhilli Cumberland county.
Oar Other aitentsalll be added hereafter.
JO, 3 1.184 5 . .' • if-40
•Thstititi Protection Coney..
THE CUMBERLAND VALLEY' MUTU.'
AL • PROTECTION COMPANY, 'will be
under the direction of the following board of
Managers for the,ensuing year, viz:—Thomai C.
M Samuel-Galbraith, Yiee Pre.
aident; David ; W. McCullough, Treasurer; A.
rac. Miller, Seneetarr,JameeNnahley.).'hiliP
Sitangter, T. A. Meltinitey."Samnel Tritt, John
Zug, Samuel Milieu, John T.' Greettolnlm Bear.
A brahadi Esq, Adam's county. ;There. are
also; a • number of Agents appelntett lit the
jacent confines,- who will receoyeapfilicatinni fur
iniuranie • smd `forward theta Immediihly for_'ap.,
prow:it to. he Office 'orate Company:when the poi:
intortuatioti one the by.laivs of the Company.,
. , • THOS.,Ci MILLEN "Prest..
Mai,Ett,,See'Y. ,'• • ;,.*,; . 5
.ThefollOWlrrgOttentee • hatrnAkeeo,;apppinfed
,M; P. Egn;Carlfilei''-, ,
Dr; Ira Bay, Day ,
George-Brindl4Eacg Monroe,'. •
L.. H. Wllliams,Esq. WestpenttsbOrt...• * :, - ;...
-.' Jos. M. Means,Esn. Newburg.,
John Clendenitt;Esq.:Hogestown.. • • ,
': -. Stephen:CillberlsoV3ltippensberg'
March llrlslG. .
- 11 1 11.4rellERRY—eteollont ailleles' far the
9 11 . or C O 9/1 1 1.0PIllii'ker,4111Sh :are.sti prat!".
aeeeon,of .. lh - eiyear. For sale. at F. ,
511.1 H :Drum Stott!,
,roqueited t0 , m 1 1,. n
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' ••qi ih6 ei ttiMlA t M,C, )41 1 ", 11. • - II AW ,-, 7o.gailer .
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- - , :,-*' ,,,, ,.::',',':.'i. 4 --:-.::': , ; v:g.w.:-, ; ! . ,
MIkE subscriber would respectfully Inform
YARD, on the;WiStl'efit WMall l 'itte 3 Ctit
liirnPille;vhdre - he keett l ,4
hand a "genbril eai.pikpf well -nidected'AilentaK
sticii - ss.' • '
Boards, P I auk, lali;
1116 g lelinbeir,; 811141000 51„ci '
which will be sold at theleweat'Pricea.:.:
His stock of Cumber 4nejeteortt Bill inert
ment of .Yellow and White' rine - ,:POpler;kind
hi quality, and Of different thiekiteisfilso MS'
Plank;' White and Yelloir Pine, Pordar;cherif;
Oak and'lifa phi Scantling; 01111 lizelfrein`by
3 to 6 by 8; also a full aseortment:of Miro&
Oak Sh i ngles; also' Minding Timber, of any,
length and thickness; Joice'antiltafters Of: all
sorts and sizes, together with every oilier
rile usually to be found in a i..nrriber l itatif. lie
will also keep constantly on hand 'a atipPly
the different kinds of IC 0 A , such as
Pine Grove, Wilkesberre' end ShamOkin• for
family use, andsLinteburnar's and Blacksmith's
bon' of the best•quality, at thd lowest - Trite&
Grateful for past favor's; he respectfully so."
liens a continuance of the public .idronagb,
and Ives by strict atteiition to give satisfaction
to his customers. •
to 9 p e depot'
to 3 • do
• • SAMUEL M, HOOVER
PLAINFIELD CLASSICAL ACADEMY.
I HIS institution, whietris - loated-in the most
healthy tart of Cutaberlatul t-oii nty, A.; ill' be
al esled for Boarding or Day seholartr(male,) oil
MtafflnY l getober 5, 1846.
The situation lins been chosen for the sdraniages
• it presents iii being far removed from the noise of
busy life yet moat conveniently accessible by *
hail It Oftli or Statelload, being within 4 miles
-West of Carlisle. . •
The buildings are new and convenient, the Aca
demical' department having been erected this
summer. The numbers of situitlits Will be limited,
Order and propriety shall be the distinguishing
-features throughout the Institution. • Every at
tention will be given to the mental and*moral
provement of the students, by competent teachers,
and every effort made to secure the confidence
pull merit the patronsge oriel enlightened public.
Thplyear will be divided into two sessions of
five months each, commencing on the first Mon.'
ditys in October and April. The expense for
Boarding, fizo., Tuition in all English brandiei,
with Laiin and Greek, wir session 450
}ynch, Germen;DrawingOifieu - sie,iiiiti, 10
ca• Arrangements can he made to enter at any
time during the session at a proportionate ex
pense. Further information, references, ke. fur
nished by application personally or through the
Carlisle Post Office. •
R. K. BURNS . Principal.
SepWrithe'. 29,1 R 46.
WHITE. HALL NURSERY I
244,000 CROWE FRUIT. end OR
NAMENTAL TREES are
now in course of cultivation in the
above esitiblialiment. Upwards of "Srfit.
Mt varieties of APPLE, embracing rt
the Most approved and latest varie. _
ties. Trees from 8 to 12 feet high, strong
stocks and well formed tope, inches will be in.
bearing In from one to two years after planting;
will be furnished wholesale and retail at lower
prices than trees of equal quality can be fur ;
-niched at any regular Nursery in Pennsylvania.
I Our trees are perfectly free from- canker,urt
liikeihuse_tiliebere generally hawked through
the country. All orders and letters, poet paid,
will.be punctually attended to. Catalogues fur
- niched gratis. - WILLIAM LINE.
Carlisle, Aygnat 5,1846.
V 1 merit, inform -theapublic that
we will have a la rge'atuck-of most 7-
for sole the
fell and spring.
Main that our trees are as large, and as low in
prices as those of any other, either old or new
established Nursery in. the county; and in re
gard to the .hcalth•and vigor of our trees; we
fear-not the trial r , f them.
- The Nursery is-situated 3 miles east of Car
lisle, mile south of the Railroad.
It may be jrminnant to state, that the treei
purchased from our Nursery have all_ grown
and'aro now irie healthy and thriving condition.
• . • DAVID !HILLER, Ja. &
September 2,1896.-3 m.
UMBER G r i n small and large boitles, or:
111 r by the quantity, prepared according to the.
celebrated receipc oftirodfrey Meyer, Baltimore.
Composition Powder, in large and small papers.
Spiced Bitters, do. Nerve Powder, •o.
By berry. Powder,
Alan, the genuine African Pepper, and a au
mot-article bf Gum Myrib.
For sale at reduied pricee h}/Dr. MYERS.
Carlirle, September 16, 1846.
LI.ELOZO - OIL.
THE peculial• pro- - •
imftien spien- • • .
•did OlL,reuders it a „ .
necessary appendage -.r
to every lidy or gcti-
I I era ii'artinle. - I.lti - = -- • • - -
like all other nil, it
dries not soil the hair. •
but given it n Corn- - ; s
„Haney and beauty
unsurpassed. It pen- •.
etrules the minutest
,pores, giving to-the •
dry withering, bulbs •
new life and vigor,. . i o OR ,
opening he capilaries, and securing that healthy
tone add ,action so necessmyto the preservation
or prbduetionnfa-finalleadol hair. •
Selil qt No. - 4 Fifth - street,:rldiadelphin • and
UEL fIE D, CARWSLE, RA.
FrtIIIS Liniment was prepared principally for
the Rheumatism, (and is the only esterual
remedy known) but it has been found experomen.
tally TO CURE PAINS OF EVERY KlND—
sick bead ache, pains in, the back. arising from
acetic complaints,especially those,when the aymp,
toms are first-developekil
acute and chronic pains: to•which the human sys
tem is liable.. Tblit Liniment does not' teluire
enniiiiit appliesßOWfiiiTtiFeki - ornii - Mtbi to elfeit
a cures ..but on the contrary, one or twoapplica
tione;,cir, one,6,e two Bottles 11411(141y - .ttetliluts
beet, found effeetual reti,letly removing the Moitifolent - Patients have used It on, re
tiringlo' test; ajntl„in, the' Morning hive awoke
free*, entirely 'from. the attack .ur pains arising
from colds or other eatiseill . The subscr iber ' hai
the alaurstnee..that nu one after laving used the
•Linimentjvalq• prononnee ”Llttmbug,"—an
application appea l piltitel applied to the very tn.anz i
quack nostolinic-laht tizpooters have t. upon.
the aillieleg s in't tit ,s e cif Patenfliii - dictnes.-w .
The Peron . Unmed below are eeferrett to, ilk);
may'he'coi~tillt'd.liersbniiliy,.in relation to th e-
'curetiveliropiiiiiir Of " 4 ' the . Litilment:"•TA- ma-.
hare.beau cored , of, Rheumatism;
Wesley : Rfichel,llak'gr, ,',:
Roche) Crop. LeviPalt6e„
Ellkithellh Gm!, . Elizabeth •
litbe M‘ C•1 5 e 11 1 1 .4; ' ;;NIO/Riii
TraeVegetableltheumatre Liniment is
`777 . 77.4=vi0 s um:
inkt,vVE ' 6 4. 601 4 Pr iiteo
too( gom ret -,strett,qppoi te r;pl . lro
lel &Mei' Store; Ceti elei ,
1 r: ''''' Zan*. W00111111114, r &p..,
„. i i hmppilyAtioi-up,,wol,,,ndiap,riiit
1: 43h 1.00.4 1 1,w„44„,9p220.127.116.11-;,,z. it o i
Tgl,'•: , ;':'ir ~ `; ' '' 't ,', ‘,' ,t ''.l ., ;;::, 'g,l ,- ,' '7l; ,''. ~',!,':`:',:''',. , il.'
C . L 0:T11i - A41 gllll 11,111.0 . 1
•454111Eir st" r ade •
.111p,t,•,4-' . ,ontrtnnt3 on-hand ever); 45046' q n
cLOTHINti, nil of whieliarelititi
--..d,and.vnade in ao_ntinner._nittltotbp . ,sur
- and are tilimPt.ed•PlieuPtr.ttian the
of Goodif ate . .itr; any cither'einibliihnfe ;Alp
Vtiitedlatates: , , , Ahni , eVeryAleseriptilY, •It •
TLElidt Irunrustitivo. GOOD.S ' at:, red;„
Those visiting theritKwill Anti it,to, resit
CO ottantine our sioalt beforepui.elnisi • • ” '..eWheve.
r • t 13VCK ,
. , .
254 Market Strenti;lrldiaielpidi 3 O:-
• September 56 '1846. I-I• • • .
, . . ~ •
CLOTHING' . . -EMPOIUM .
411 - lE'ttroatest. bargaine aro to b t laid of M.
TIDI.OrS 'OLD ESTABLISHED -HOW
EER LINE. -No. 202.31nrket•Streeti Plilladel-
Pkia, aho bps justfinisked one of the laegeit and
most cdhatilete assortments of I , 7,ALL.nnd WIN
TER CLOTHING in -the city, consisting of -
Super Black Dresa,Conts s Wont $lO t0 . .514 00
do.. FrOuk:Coits • -10 t o 00
do.• do.- Dila! Biwa do 10 to 14 01.1
Super Ida heaver Bangup Coati, 8 . to IS 00
do.- do; Cloth do. do. 10 to 15 00
do. • brown
_tto, . Ato. -1110. itito 14 00
Pilot Cloth llangliti•Coals • :3 to 500
super Blaek Sack Coals . 9t0•19 00
do. brown Sack Coats 8 to . 1200
Tweed Coats • 'Sto :41 00
Union tass rltll. Coals . sto 600
Black. Cloth Cloaks,- 10 to IA 00
Business Croaks; • - 7 00
Black Cossimerw Pants ' 4to 5.1)0.
do. Fancy Cassimere ' 1
Satin Vests - . -•-: •• .-2:50t04 00
Merino Vests • ' • . '2 to 4.00
Silk Velvet Veils .3 'to 4 50
Gentlemen in want ofCLOTHING may depend
upon being suited in every respect, as ire tire de
termined nut to be undersold by any competitor
in' the butiiness. All . .goods ore purchased for
Cl.SH,sibieli enables us io sell a little lower ;ban
'those who. deal or the credit, system; it being a
self-evident fret dnat the "nimble sixpence is
better tban'tlie elow Alining." DON'T FOR
GET THE NUMBER, 02 MARKET ST.,
PHILADELPHIA. . - M. TRACY.
October 14,18;6. ..
cuiartkir - wenn 'Roc4vrii.
THE Subscriber would respectfully invite the
,attention, of Housekeepers and the public
generally, to the very large end elegant assort
ment of FIJRN iTURE, which he now has on
hand at his llehmet Ware Rooms, on West
High street, opposite Rhoods's Warehouse, in
Carlisle, feeling very confident that the superior
anish, excellence of material, and reasonable
priers cf the numerous articles which_he.coM
atantly manufactures, will give satisfaction to
and secure the patronage of all who may ex
amine them. His present assortment includes
every variety of
Cabinet Ware •ar 1 Ot- we,
both plain and ornamental, at
be made to suit purchasers.
Having made the weesiary arrangementa,
he will'Aelirer Turniture.ettany place within
a reasonable number of miles in the surround•
fel; conntryrwithout any Inhumed charge,—
' The patronage of the public is respectfully so•
• - JACOB FETTER:
,h Garliele. July 29, 1849.
CABINET AND CHAR ROOMS,
'TIRE eubscriberslirould inform !ieir ffiends
A and the pub!: -generally, th t they have
taken the room in North
IllirnfiVersfree - r;la Idly Deco.
pied by M r. E. Bullock, as
Chair Mannfactory, where
they will keep constantly _ _
for sale an elegant assort- •- :'.%;314%... •
nient of CAXIINET\
tirARZI & ° mints - )-
suc h .ap SECRETARIES,
Diuing,,pnd °Breakfast TebleoWird,Plo-Pli
Centre Tables. Frenill, field, high and low
post Bedateads, &c. 'They have now and will
.vontinue to keep on hand a large and elegant
aridly of CHAIRS of every description, to
whip!), they would incite the attention of houae.
keepers and those just commencing, confident
they will find` erticlea of such - workmanship
ami.moderate piicee as must be aatiefactory to
They. have aloo mode extenaive arrange
inenta for the manufacture of
of sir jorkj.ilyes and qualitiem, and In a style
fully equal %Otiose made in the nit ea: together
with every etliggertiele of Cabin t Wrre—all
of which they 'Waal very cheap for CASH,
~feifiCountry. friiduces at market
COFFINS made on •easonnble terms at
short notice, and they will attend funerals with
a splendid Hearse, in sown or country, free of
extra charge. \ .i. A Hearse will also be kept for
A general assortnient of wellemasoned Lino.
ber, imitable fey CarOnters ond.Cabinet Mak
ers, kept at the,a4wve mentioned- Op, minutia.
tngof Panehr - firetriecond, end Third Common
White Pine BOaiiiP, Plank.and Scantling; also,
Cherry, !Walnut,. Poplar, . Shingles, Locust
Posts, Wagon 111aker Stuff of all kinds, &c.
Also, Retintead „Posts, ready tuiried, together
with elpts• for Venetian blinds, all of which
will be Fold at, moderate pricer, '
They reepeettolly solicit a share of MAIM
patronage, confident that theY can render gen.
eral entistaeticin:, 7. R. WEAVER 4. Co.
Apiii .15; 1846. _ _
".RIMOVA .1.•• •
TDE undersigned would repa . eettully inform
his &Italia and the public* an 'general, thai
lie has removed his •
I from Harpe — ni - Rovi, to the MOO formerly - iii -the
occupancy of Mrs: Fleming; two doors west ol
Steamers it Mahaffey's. Drug Stme—directly
•oppoirite the * Mansion . Haase Hotel,:where 'he
can and, ma i be' fmind 1;1. wait 'NAM' he' farrier
patronelend three new ones . vvlio are desit one to
ry him.for GOOD Afrviia oiellaarre; 410 4 1661 d
alsb avail himself of thu opportunity to return
hiireineere thank tomqq kind petyma-for their
past eneciuragerniset; an& lotibitp, the Jaohlinu
cnce.of their fay..oW-7"z '1
Carliale,•Appil 1846 •• .1 fi •
LUDEBR t ZARIKLUR I '
rinHE subeeiWAr ofp*'tind'it'illtOonitaliffi'
'J' . k6e ori Isintl all' tint's; ct -LintipElriSiteh
or While Phtelloaitts;Plaiiki;Ststaillfig,Shiegfee
Shingljsg and Vlastering,Lathaillte:altof *Rob'
will be sold att,the Firer •
• priiesiWith the ailtitl9
et foiCAsi , " _ WILLIAM If: lUlttLit
. oarlisla,Novembers, , lB4s. • - • • •
yik R. , .Mo:IIfUNIV ONAJAI
'Cobtitin 5441 lie iiluible:q *
IRrr and sci much , prelersfile I..andsinum
art.! ori ej , t iale it t FHA pIN •Ai Ell/I*f '
EY prat-Store,euvil‘le: I " '
./ 1 411.11141.1NE.
20 OZ. SULPHATE Op QUINiNEI-juiii
4v:env - ed.. and fir' sale , Iner. 4 !;-Phisiniana
and'Uountry Alirehaiteare3nviled tie ea
'VIII be fbentibed;;lnit t rein veyrc..!eppotiq , ol , 4 E- 4
IHAFFEDS'OtikaiDrik'Sliire. - • -
• .'CatHile"Septettr-0 . 30 . i. 8 —.O
tp;OWE11111 INFANTL cOltioAt t iOetaiie
, _tifookrid opeo,dyle,ure Chollfrrainsiond
lifgvhl e teetbr hNV ki alt
;11110.4011011111001 1 0111T WV, -`•
q , , '
1 . ! '.'',17.10c1 1 20311]
• , . ~, • -
.n.•;.SillieiVerers:foil I jeweile4 ',OO
` Gold Letolnee: jl!slelled; ' ' st):,00
1.7.* "o% tbar Vl2
Gold ; .Wat.ches, platn,. 15, ijo
tiketaelepi - . ~ 1. 75 .
Gold knoll's, , ' 200
, Gold . ,Bracelets,. • • 4 00
.A ;on Imb2. u forge assortment of Gold and .
Hair Brae9leti;fioger rings; breast ;pinto; loop'
ear rings, gold lifna l ,silserspoptis, sugulijorigst
keys, 'and:jewellery „of every' tleacriptien : ai
egually !pie s prieek; tivant.is to cent
vines customers. All kinds of Watches and
Clocks ropairsd,and warranted to 'keep good
dine for onttlyear. Old'gold and silver bought
for cash or taken in - exchange. For'salei
day and 31) War 13rawerloths,ta, •
, • • LEWIS LADOMUS!S
WitehlClKEk — irld - Jeiv — elery, Store.tNT - 41y_
Ma rket 7 street, above Ilan (north side) Flu
'IIV - 1 have also on hand 'soon Gold and,Sit
ver Levers, cheaper than. the above prices. '
N. IL A liberal discount madO to person
buying Watches to sell noir.. Colt and !mei •
Philadelphia,Alay 6, 1846:
Nationg Daguerrla . n Gallery
- Photographers Fignisbing Merits.
AWARDED -the , Medal, Fotir - first Rend;
urns, and Two highest Honors by the In
stitules' of Massaellusiitts, N. York, and Penn
sylvinia, for the most beantlibl colored Daguer
reotypes and hest ApparMus ever exhibited.
- VD - Portraits taken in eiquisite•etyle,. wilh. ,
out regard to weather. -
Inetructlons given in the art,
A largo assortment of Apparallis and Stock
always onliand, et the Fewest cash prices.
New York, 251 Broadway ;, Philadelphia,'
136 Chesnut St.;. Boston, 75 Court, and 58
Hanover Sts.; Baltimore, 205 Baltimore Bt4
Waahington, FiniAsylvanla Avenue; Peter&
burg, Va. Mechanic's Hall; Cincinnati, Fourth
nod Walnut, and 176 Main St.; Saratoga
New fork Canton Tea Company.
89Chesiii7r88. - ect;Tic - a:r"6l thecciiiiiT'ot9dSlit
• and 237 Market Streit, 2d. door below bth
Strict. North Side.
Choice Teas, 'Wholesale and °Retail,
. We are constantly receiving fresh im.
ported GREEN AND BLACK. TEAS,
embraeing the hest selections this aide of
Ching. Our abundant resources, great expe.
rience, and exclusive attention to the Tea
'Pride, give us peCuliar facilities; consequently,
we are revolved to sell Teas purer, More fra.
.grant and • perfect, for the respective prices,
- than any other establishment.
Our principle °reining business has, in the
course of six years . , secured -A connection throb
out the United ;.B.tates, and wherever nut Teas
are suit/ they rec eive high otimmrndationi,
CHEAP WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
PHILADELPHIA. WATCH AND JEWELRY _ :TORE
No. 96 godliSecon*Streel, beim- Race ; comp
01.. i) LeVeryValbliei,ful) jewellel, 18
'cent eaves; --,- • $45 00.
SiSi er Lever Wattlogsgltill Jeweled , . 23 00
Silver Lever \YAWN'S, seveii jewels, 18 °
Silver Lepiiie AVutelies,fieriiiial.jew elvd, 14 liti
Skierier 4/metier littfttive, - , . •-- — WOO
Etillies' Gold Peneirii, . 2 00
Fine Silver iiieiliicli;ii, ;. 1 75
Gold Finger Rings, from 37.1 rents to $10;
Watela Glasses. plum, I'2 cents; patent 18 54;
Lunet,.2s cents. On babel an assortment or Gold
- ancl-Hairllracelettri - Ilreastpitts,• Earrings, hick=
ets, Madalions, GidthPetts, Gold Neck ,Corliand
Fob Cloiiiiiii;KeisAilver nod Gold Thimbles,
Silver Spoooif .. i gor Tongs,. bee., ill erynally low
prices. Al.....tioti4warrnsited to be what they are
sold for. A hhorithledtietion_nuole_to persona
ba ing to sell agii;tl. ' O. CON RA 11, •
Importer of ll'arches.
Philailc !plan, September 1:3, 1846..
1:0 - On hand, some Gold and Silret Levers;
also, Lepines and Qmirtiers,stilllO:Wee than the
above nnmyl pr.tees.
Great Bargains, •in Hats and Oaps
CHEAP HAT. AND LAP STORE,
No. 196 Market Rreel , 2,d door Wow Sixth,
ANE extend a general invitation to the chi.
V yen:. of Carlisle and its vicinity, ae well
aa to all alien:, to our STOOP. We have on
hand a large and complete assortment of Hata
and Gape of every style and variety, which
are selling full one-fourth lower that the usual
Extra Sup'ior Heaver flats, from $2.50 to $3.50
.11ruph " 2.00 to 3.
Silk " 1.25 to 2.
Moleskin" " . 2.50 only,
Good'Hats as loud as 21.25 and upwards: .ektko, ,
a complete stock of Caps, cloth, fur trimmed,
glazed, silk oil cloth, velvet Dn d fancy eapkt
fine Otter,Shstland Fur Heal, Musk Hat, Hair
Seal Caps, &o. &c., at lower 'prices than they
. possibly be had elsewhere. • From our ea.-
fenstve sales, we can sell for. a smaller profit
than others can. Cull and be satisfied,, it is to
.1 4, .: u
Merchants, Storekeepers, Bailors and others,
who buy to sell again, supplied on reasonable
terms. Bo sure , and cull at No. 196 Market
street, second dram below Sixth Street, •
diaaveasm,a7 ~ r ee,evme
No. 9?, South Secmul Shut t Phila;letphiu,
:.1 0 [11191HES_to_itiform-hiir4rienthnnrirtit a nitiliF
v♦ ienerally, that 1u st II ep tit inites'io ma urea:
turaand - sell the gehniiie Alll-'l'l6ll'l' STOVE;
Avith , the Iritestimprot'etnentr • . • - • •
• A.ter many :years eitinirienee In thti'Mantifite4
• ntrepf these Stpies;Jos' taiikiLeilabled..t&i,fr e i.i.t4.
his patentees the •A111 1 :116111' STOVIIf with
avensi : snitable for (lining rooms oriiiitaterlea.
. He has also the L4ir-71,01 Stored on'the'llatliit4
for titan which maker a splendid antleamittnieiti:
'parlor itovei toisvhith he trotahl Ball the nsitilsit4
lasLatttintiowor,iltose whp ;Orals:
"meet forithett ikarieraL_Allin; a vpleodiil'assert.
ment of,Coil ParlorParl'orwiiil Cookiiig gtorek •';411 of
will :Till ftiivest rash price'.; '
iihasing e lsewhere *Ohl tlci ',sell . ..td tell before
elllAir•'pight;Stoves made *ll.h.catt.lron
thebAre a 'Orions artielo and NW 'hot ania l r
in any ease,'
~ A e
MN MIND: TT:
the eon Ron
a rtmeivitd PORTMR I P
'SHOE STORlK,::_cotttpriatrig„- Vr'l•
-:- , l l9lein ' s and Aloes lkick Boots..
Do do lirogan4•' l ( •;- •
4 DO ,
Db ,rdii , • d aniline
iii i 'everi4rought , •dere isfote, , ind wilt
*OW irgit CASH.:: Don t forget , the corner
00: to the Methodist Church. - -
3.enrilele,iBeptent bet .16.48,46.,„ , •
iZatkaapiltiOge kli CP 4l *l4o,4
A, - i 0.14
«Ilv litif•athiottnnint of tho.7,lineet.' -
that mild bO:seleisted'lY:
Im:ire* moo kt,tiOlo itFoYo`,fi'•.4l4l -, :
AT TIIF. OLD KATABLISDP.D
-P -41 411itteelttatg ' 01W
liroicrlit to Cailistel-ti'l
li.lermisand Vie OR M getiiiiiillillig.theltliir
justrecarved train the , iiityle - 6 - plendid-SioCkldt
LIAIIIWARE,.. , CUTLERY,. SADDLERY,
Cheap:von* OIL'. Varnitili;'&C.,'Whleti
deierniiiied 'ter isell'Oeisj*: than ever: •
HisikiityConeistti in part•Ol
and Serowe, nails and,SifilOa: wineow glass, of
all sizes. Carpenterqi tnolLitErill*Jud4stich
na - planesisawsithiiiiKritigurs t braces and bits,
'conipassen, isppistitir;selnd , p'dpnr4flEledrilirry, a
full assottinenendtislillfirnr, brasx,ol4.C4 r 0i9,11 •
; Japanned IlarhoentioUniing;stiridleit reCS,III4 .
stirrups; 'buckets, hog likine,il4'
stocks; &C. Cabinet' Makers' malt ialr,,suth
aiIIAHOGANY VENEERS,' Glora
hogany knobs, drawer and ehesflciths;
ment of fine pen end
and forks; fine scissors and -..sheare,.'Shiep
shears; razors and razor streparand 'shaving
cream. Also,"L'anillieticks antrintifferS, shunt'
ie and' tongs, brintheS,'Of ell kinds, tube ," pea
I ucketC . phovirls and ispad.4„ hay:and
&rho,' halter and Aram, chain)+, enffee .
looking gtasoeit, t00k 16 4 4 ,0.4.i1 . 0 . 00:11,00 ell
'sizes tiresn'ent anu s, t; hand, round
and ;mop' lion,'aiet;sheer' and
Also,.rifie an d platider,`of the best quality
rind safety fine. Together with, every article
usually kept in ac. fle Miss ie Store. •
. Call and examine before purchasing 'el&
'where as J am deierrnined tint to be bout.
The books and accounts . of the late Arirrbi
J. P. Lyrae & CO.,.arc in My band's, and...inf.
ions knowing themselves indebted to call and
settle, as the boqkir must -lie settled up IMMO ,
(Betel)* other Wise suits will be instituted withs
but respect to persona: JOHN - . P. T. Yil E. •
April 29, 1846: , • • ' • "..
122.21 W ZU2 .riEl.L2dcs •
VOULD announce to the citizens of Cut.
lisle and the public in general k ihat he
has removed his store lb Sunlit blanottt site, 1, •
one door below Burkholder's Hoteliin the !muse
formerly occupied by Mi. N. %V. Woods. Where*
he would advise all Who want to poreltu,e Cheap '
Goods to give,Jiim a cell.
He would therefore cell the attention of the
radio is weever CHEAP GOODS; to4ltt
bine a eoltend °fumble for themerlrt a. His
stock consists in part of
GM Lk 1::§ ,
juall colors. and virility. Catbintvres, Care
soots, Tweeds, Vesting, Flannels, Silkti; ,dyne
ofa, Merinnes, Gingitunts,Bed Tickings. Shaw Is
:whence, Muslins; a select and general assort
monk of Lace, Edging, Insertings, -Gloves,
Hooicry, &c. &a. Aix., together with cite) , va
riety or - ottis kept in any store.
ALso—A 'very large assarintent of GROCE.
RIES, of all kinds that may be wonted fbir Aug
ily use, very cheap. Likewise, a large asseii.
nient of . .
AlUeerOnVare,•CildisiWare, id,. Ste,
which will be sold very low. Sst Allb , of the
best that the city Could-48'6rd, tattle . hatt b 3
.callit* at Ilarnitz a Cheap Store, in South lion.
Thollilepirous•of Securing the firm choice()
the most select and desirable goods in the snob
ket;'worilddir - Wall - tri - o - all Without delay.
CHARLES BA Stiff&
Carlisle, Apr4B,-18 , 10. •
- THE -PIL-ESI
A Cure for Life secured. •
Ilk H. URHA APS. IN71.1:11NA I. AIIIOII.IIIY
Jur - for the dire of l'iles. The - Vegetable l't le
Eleetunry ' invented hr Dr. A. 1.).1
goialied pl)sieittit of time York rip-, i. she only
really successful rented. for ;bat 1181171.110 nail
(11Strt.101ilig complaint, the Piles, mei 011t11.61 to
'Else Eleetuary contains no Mineral 41‘19.i11e 1
ho,,A toes, Colocynta, Gamboge. or Miter noted..
ful 111111 irritating purgative. No fear hl '
cold while under its influence; no change in diet
acessory. - If taken areOrtlittg to dilutions, n
care for - life is ittatlinteed.
Another Certificate added to the hottilreds t h at
halm already been reeei veil, 01 the i!llielley 01 Dr.
Nxw Non% August 2.i 15144
Messrs. IP. aft Reiclitine.-Gehtss For at' a
nal years post I have been troubled With Piles “
very coatite mite of Inv comp! tint not bet tg• to
severe as to disable weirdos hositiessolisil 11 dread
1 hail of I.llysicians .anil patent Aleilicines, that
until this living 1 never used any medicine or
applied to a physician for relief. The Mks then
being so severe that-1 allowed several °petal on,
to be performed Ottliout any hem fit. Detrholot
ed Mier this to try other mesas, I read nit
tit ement of it titr.e...gtutratiteed.hy Ilse
. nse. of Dr.
Fpliant's Electuary. 1 toirclotard three boars at
your store, 111111 from the use of which 1 11 tttt 1.1
myselt entirely cured orate Pi - esontil hey health
notch improved. 1 remain, Sirs. tour much if.-
ilebted Mend. FiaA 1)111113LE.
51erchsiest Tailor, 154 liroadully, upstairs.
Dr. A. Upham, Proprietor,
YATT tmetiam, 111 Fulton street, ?it.*
York, General Agents for the Smiths.% Stales.
1 - 3 Sold in Carli>.lc, F.1.1.10T7,11101
Droggistigenerally througlicatl the thilted Stiste t.
Price $l. '
November I I; 11411., r
PA NISH TOUR CVO It A PB, fl very f
Sant !rale for Cheap, sin nli ii*. soil
6 emits - tier daten, at the Cigar Vaionr)t
tif the stlbscOlier.T. 11. citto
Ortnher 211:`.11 4 r 666.
Jayne's Family 111c#Icines.
AN additional the itibit' r:ot,Rt,le
Me:deities, eon sisl
• Jaynes RN pectorant ,
I • " • • Tunic Vermifuge,
" Hair Tonle
- " &nettle. ' ; ';
' . 'HirtninsilVe deism
Received end foe 01 le by' ' ••
. • ...• • S. ELLIoI"P.
~••• •• • Agentfo jCsrlLte.
NE W -:L:(,04,0,1),5i
gig II E aUbabrihe r has j nal tetlcived a nd iti now
-AN- opening, at: his Shire: en 'the Sum h.Wer I
ear ne rof tbe•PublieSquare,iu II UllllB ll.YebaP
atonic of SEASONABLE GOODS;such Ns
1 LAtir 4 El49;
; 5 "
aplerididSOALiplit 4; ikt, $0.,..,e r .
v,arS'ing Irina* • s:34ileitili2. - 54#9,04 1 PP:e.
, ar Malady. ',Ms
which ge.ljrL-lalely.introddeed. , iiid %Isiah arb I"
ifboad.to be c btriumtiers-thettlievetrtrieohetni
ilre - most'ireutrotriteal - astid Jin • '
'every respeatynow• in nea.
The public. , is,reepeatilillyinilla wtlh
examine - Ma , •
• • , . 4011.10117-
Carlisle Weviiiisbect 4
. . ,
,:•;" SOICONDARRI , :
• . v ~,„ , ~,, ,- 41 -,,, .i , ..t,•.P. ti v , i : 4 - ' - •
- Bitots; Shoes &aro . • ; ‘,.,,4 • 4 ,. .w:. 1
.; .„x,, ,;,,, ~,r
UST—repaived:ii ttiiik iniiinit ''' t,..0., RititenU
end poy,,i'Vrilf Artilji,Ypilroti t _ ti
• , It•iti l ai4lvi6itotioliilteitiiieteti- .
• ~ i — iiiiirq'jffifkidittifi, $l. - Ackit itfa '
_ -, . bliF,k,',RN6MlWel"4.oo*°' Kid.'
MPrtitnib Ifo , gsv,„; 1;?..• ,e;. ° ••..1. rest
le whtilesale 01. Int at t h e nkireat,eitiees.
Call at PORTERS 81141)(1,;1.811910,1ia
petite the Methodist Cheich; - ,
• Carlisle, - July IVIEMELI ..I,:p . 'g , ir„ . .
-,.. .., 1 ,, a: 1 .. . ..•, - 1 , 1, :,'•
j•US.T:bOotied; Leiter andoNotoPitier;- et,
NoAi Eisinitopes, Visiting Cerdeontk CerA
'Gases, FancliVafers, ko. &0.. by:Ws:'•?•• ,,,,
141 ".., 113 ' - '•,, V:.;;: !.. 9 R 9,0Y.., •• ( 'EL — '
L . ,••• .• -, ' • iishii,•• . -'•
~., ,',,.; • - ~ X• 41• 44 , • , .. ,--.. . „,, r, ,. ..,,c, „ , ~, ...
~... .....„.„„„i„..,11.,,,,,, T l , ft ~,...:,.:.
-41 r 1 1 4NAlliiltifilOteol; for* isW , *is • ~..
tins,ssi .biilitittin sksh-orreeithnetil thii. - . -
_. ' rNi. T. -. • •.. , ' ,l 6itimtill t.-.-:::,
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