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Ott4o : VittOOkitattlir
* - -14.18L SIZED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
OFFICE . 'in 'Mt Saudi , Wesl angle of the roki.
Square, back o, thc ,
~° TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION,
Oore Tlottrer andA?li cent a year 11.1 A DVAICCE6
- -two Dollam,ifpal
Yoe Dollar for elk mamba. • • • •
Theo terine wilt be rigidly adhered
RATES OF ADVERTISING, ••
klivertlienlehle, Malting fifteen Deter*teat, *ln be
charged at the rate of Fifty. ethtt (Worm InsOtthim--
three times for One Dollar, atria tAtamY-live •cents for
every subseentiC.lllsertiont Yearly advertisers trill
ba chattied at the tolloiVing taVew t
One Colman, With the paper, tot one year, *25
Haifa column, , do: do. 'hlB
Two Squates; oin Ocularly thanes, *lO
BtudnessCards, with the paper, '
JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY. DESCRIP • ON, •
itch as I a idhilis, minks, Circulars sad every nth
deserlptl on of Printing, executed hansom!) , tied
expdlously ~and at the LO V 1
Noruk4l , .sorto.
'Cothe,'Whige, end relse yor voices strong,
'We'll sing good niii-fhellio u nmi entig;
We've Tote of timber, good an 4 true,
For Presided, we thluk—dtent you
Cuonvs—Then wakt up, whigs,dayllebt's brooking
We go for the Whig, beree nn mintak Ing;
And Net these Locos shivering, studded,
he, ha, boys, well %re wilt.
We've Judge MCLEAN, the flinch ndoroing,
floet ahd tetra as a summer's morning;
_•!,., A.,linebinx eye, and noble form,
' A Wing lo miliellite nod le storm. •: '..
Tliett.wake up, Whigs, &c. . .
The nod-Inoi DAN, In eirery
'least of.the hninel 4 Yankee entioe i"
Vhere shall 1 go I—oht Don's q crow•der;
.r.-Oh.Conetitutigh,te.W., HIM eboader
Then wake .up;Wfilge;lie:—
TOM rotervift, Win, we hall widi Joy,
(Mt bill blue Wagon boy! • -
lie drives ahead, and Ithwheernever,
A true Dino Whitt, and whist forever,
Then wake up, Whige,.*ce,
Like gaitc amhng ific prophets toll, -
Net.. 7 A fiend and ehoulderti over ell,
No plate of lump, though hasty, hot,
Nor "fire in the rear," can injure Suovv.l.
Then wake up, Whigs, &et
ciltrosh infied, hondst:tnheirtdd
We tote thee!...—nnly take !ho track,.
And well take out the "yeller klver,"
And, l U lti7 l on
(toys, old Zack forever',
wake up, Whip, &c.
trifle dthe Whige—eur nanny CLAY !
Dread of the Lemon—arena we say t
Re''othef math we may ndera, • -
e love "our n Mum More.
Then wake up, whige, dr.c.
A long, of Mile altogether,
snnshine, fair and stormy weather—
We'll swell the chorus loud and hearty,
Our Gott, OUT.COUNTRY, and our party.
ellOßUl—Thep wake up,whigsl daylight's breaking,
We go lb? the wide, there's no mislnklng;
And eel these brier's shivering, slinking,
Ha, ha, ha, boys, well we will.
the Original Cheap .'tare;
The greatest Bargainsever offered
T A. CLRPINGRIt. is now receiving nd
. ppsnasg a large and splendid stock of
• among ',Arca will he found Dry Goottp of eve
ry description, of the latest style, suitable for
Ladies' and gentle inenca-wenr:—
-`-Verona; tsdrina, Pearl, Le - Wm and Straw
PALM.- - LEA.F AND PALO HATS , &c.
--Ho-dcenm it unnecessary to-say any thing
more, but be respectfully invitee,the old mist°•
nacres of the house to cell .tiad_examine for
themselves. He will take the greatest pleas
ore in.ehowing his goods, knowing as he doe
that to see his Goods and to hear hisorices i°
to insure a customer. De bee adopted. the
motto of "einall-profits and quick sales," and is
d'etermined An stand or full by it.
Country Produce token on on the moat inv
oral& terms In terms in exchange for Goods.
April 21, 1847. •
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
CHEAPER THAN EVER ,
MERE` trufwerfber has just received and is
now opening at his afore, on the South
weal comer of the Public Square s a fresh 'and
4 splendid stock of
Staple ir Palley pry Goods,
comprising' in part, Cloths, Ceisimeres, Cash
inerete; Tye - ea - 11AT - Ceitfons
Moue de Lainee, California Plaids, Lawns,
Gingham*, Muslins, Checks, Tickings, Gloves
hosiery, &c. Also,.
Groceries of all kinds.
Also, a toll stock of the
CELEBRATED FLUID LAMPS,
which ha has so extensively. introdusard, and
which have given so much general satisfaction
TIM sPekin Corriyalryla.TertS.
He has been appointed sole agent in this place
for "the sale of the above Teas, to which he
would invitottha special attention of the lovers
ofgOod . Teas. The•mannor tar - A . )loi they ore
put•up is OCCCfrot that the 'flavour le prcsorved
for any length of time, being incased in land
or tin toil. ',Families can be supplied. with
. any, quantity put up in this"manner..•
The public to respectfully invited to calf and
examine 'his atook,bc — fore purchasing elsewhere
Tnasmuish 'as_ he feels chnfidotit that his variety
end prieTla will be batiafnctnry to purchasers. .
ROBERT IRVINE, jr.
Jarlista, April 7, 1647. .
OW -OPENING, at tho large Wholosal
- - and Retail Store of MIAS, OGILEIY, a
tremendous stook ()film cheapest and hand
sonnet Goods ever brought to Carlisle. To e
numerate articles is out of t h e question, Sul
It to say that evary article 13 the
DRY GOODS LINE
11131); lialia& good, cheap and beautiful, at this
rrcili,'Sne:Miifolie m i, just rectity#, And in.
18,4)2,51 AVM 11122001t5S
we go 'llittattof all &repetition. I have the
largest etock east of Philadelphia.
Purchasers . will do welllo call at the old
stand E Main Street, where good bargain's,
are flue lobe had.
LEXANDER'S TRICOiIAPHII.—Thg 11194
12.jmprovement of thiScelehrshat !lair Dye has
juat'Wen received by: •
4. w. B. -
''" , Salt tintt . Plogen
'.*;o-Vo . ns-‘Pine'ter'i--500.,5 . ;eh - 6 , Sa!tr --- .
- finek.l 'Ashton fine tle% •
'ter ';711 . 28 1847 —lf
AVIIOTHERv.eirrIvid ot fresh .goodi, g ani
~. 111. NEW land CH EP. STORH jn. Woo )xlilk
t!' 4 lireetisiuoh 'nor Laannc:Ginebanin;.:isiaginwra
'2'll.airitr bleached and .Unbleaolanr Moans,
G*er r his. &o;,&IN; - '"; •
rio t• dil
noo 7 .§blp;,-, •
nd 3 Mit•
.air• rig s for galr
LPFPIi • tLR .
: I, •
------ Tieth s esticlifintllgfiliCti - dir -
T ET all thoen.:WlM„tire':Opssinislite, or nai
-1 tod with Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchi
tis; Spitting. BlVP.iin in the - sido;or Eliettat,
,goar Thniat, :If moneys,:•PalPitation of the
Heat, whooping Cough, Liver Complaints., &c.,
remember that it..is' . „ - .
... , ..Tunmesores_Criattmurtb . Svatir -otrN , Tart
NAPAiTIA that is daily effecting suchlwolider=
ful cares in all these diseases— .. . • .
• Therefore beware of ail other mixtures that
containy or professes to contain Tar, and per
chasemf them only wile ikiiiteiciarn not to deal
Read the following testimonyt4 the value of
the obove medicine, from a well. 'mown (Jai
" Dicecurson Tolman's, Nov. 20,1847.
About elk yenta since, In consequence: of
the ,sedeittury nature of my business, I : was
attacked with severe mile in the•brenst, pal
pitation .of the - heart and. shortness pf breathk,
which were soon followed by a failure ann."
petite,extreme wakefulness at night,and pulel
paralysis of my llmba—these symptom of a
deranged system being frequently attended
with spitting of blood. Fer about two years I
was also occasionally thrown into convulsions
which left me in a miserable, state of feeb!o
.ness and..began:tuiffect ritimind., From time
to time my sufferings were more or less severe
until at length they increased to such a degree,
and the violence of the ay in ptoins were' u a tig
nionted,-tlial„ fur a whole year I . was unable to
attend telftlend'to any liusmcso. During this
time I consulted some able physicians and
attended to their prescriptions; but,pll their
AM was unavailing to procure me relief, and'
at length they regarded my recovery as entire
ly hopeless.': In this condition 1 was informed
oldie salutary etrocts of l'immantes'ompound
somewhat sitnllnr„to mule, mud hail
given up all 'expectations of a recovery of my
Rueter health by human means, yet being
strongly advised to try the medicine, I was at
length prevailed upon to do so, and I have now
to say; that bx the use of six b-ttles ml health
his been restored, and I am noiv. able to at
: tend to business with as lunch facility ns usual.
lIENIIY MY pis,
Prinr,iii4iVee, Isl• I, corner FIFTH arid
SPRU.94 al% Phila.
Sold n" Carbale by R." Angncy Pr inbijral
agent for'Clumberland co.
Pried 50c. or 6 bottles For 2,59.
-behruary 10 . i 1847.
NURSE WIUGUT'S SUOTILING &VEIT FOR
ALL MOTHERS having children afflicted
with any of those "diaeas - oii itteident.to tin
tato of infanc3such as - convulsiontrap4smo'
Jia mop; cutaneous eruptions, disordered
"itoinaeli, and looseness of the baVeles, shoal(
never be without this in fallible remedy that
ins proved vo eftiiacious in all the above dis
eases. Numerous testimonials ini , ht be giver
to prove its merits, but a trial is better.
- Sold by S. ri Guotr,
GARLEGAN'S BALSAM OF HEALTH. I7 - --
Ali Approved DenNig for Dyspepsia, Colic.
e two reasons why this mcdi
lici .7 7e.eanmended to the puhlir,
—ou.. is, I hat most persons who have se igh
it buy itapin, thereby, showing that they re
geld it as a valuable Family medicine; th,
oilier is that certificates are. in the posseseis
oftbe Prdprietoi of permanent cures lievirn
been elfccmil not only in persons afflicted for,
im.irt !Imo, but o Lao in, oivitna of lung standin:
It is composed, altogether of a • vegetabi
matter, is perfectly haindess, can be taken a
all times, and is no hindrance to business. I
restores and revives tile animal spirits, cleanse,
the stomach from nil morbid humors whiel
cause indigestion and acidities. It also. re
moves nervous tremors, rhumatic pains, an(
prevents their return ; cures all; antics or tin
stomachs and bowels,almilefeimtmdiately
away palpitation of the heart, and promote,
the free circulation or the blood. ,
The (firm:lien accompanying each b•ittli
contains a number:of certificates one of whict
is given in this advertisement.
' 'DEAR .5111:---abput two years ago r was Sr.
- veirelKililioted with < ispepsia, which I hail
for the last fifteen years previous to the above
named time, which was very much increased,
by my having a blond vessel ruptured upon my
lungs, occasioned by lifting—which increased
my complaint, dispepsia and general debility
and weakness, to such a decree, that two or
three years previous to my using time Garle.
gent's Balsam, I never ate a mile' 'but :eV
stomach became so painful that I had immedi.
atoly to throw it up. Seeing"Garlegant's Bal
sam advertised L won induced to try a bottle;
after taken the very first.,dose II appeared to
strengthen my stomach; and every dose of th i
first bottle helped me so much that in the
course of a few days my stomach, began to
retain end digest every thief! ate. I confined
to use the Balsam until I used several bottles,
which cured me entirely, and restored me to
perfect health, which I have enjoyed over since,
end net before for fifteen years. I cheerfully
d it to all parsons who are aietedlll
with - di's 'epaia or diVlity orsfomnek,
II & ltrierr" --
Prepareif and sold b the rioprintor, JOHN
S. !MUER, oppositetha Minket !lame, Fred:
ertek, Md, and by SAMUEL Ita.L.lor.risole
ugpn Liatea 081(4_ •
March 10, 1847.
DIR. LE Ratt' 9. s
VEGETABLEI UNIVERSAL PILLS,
1. mily known medicine that at the same
time purges, purifies, and strengthens the
ty stem. Dr. Le - Slay's — Pill are a new. Mailiiiine
hick has Mid appeared, and is 'fast takingthe
places ofull others of the fume class. '1 hese
„Alegre:composed of many ingredients, bet the
two principal ones are Sarsaparilla 'and Wild
Cherry, so united that they act together ; the one
through its admixture with other substances . , pi- l
rifying And purging, while the other la strew -h
oning the system. Thus those pills ,are j0,,(119.
same _time tonic and opening ; a ileahhentum
long and eagerly sought far by medidal:Pen, but
never before discovered. In.otherZiennfirthey do
the work of tWo medicines, nod dpltlneah r be t
te r than any two we know oft- foriffter remove
lothlng frem the 'system but the Impurities," so
that while they purge they-. etrergtheNalullicnce
, they cause, o.dobil nation, anil:artV're/loweil by,
no reaction. Dr. Le RoY'sfille have a :weeder
ul influence .on the blood , they not. only,.tangly
withont weakoning lii,..Vi9liev remove all nox
ious particles tram thei.ihyle before it. iik'pOnVe...
noil into'-teht.and ihnkmakeLlinPure,bloodLaO
iitterinipbailbilitY 4 AI there le ; lie`tiebil Ration,
so lhafe..is , oo , nsreelt ow 'sick neffirti(Noding. 'the
operations of tha - meet' exeellerit of med Wheel,
-which , never wrainsloetiartunisthe digitate rune , -
iio ns ,nut c usses there to work-haw perfectly nat
ural mapnemanithoncePnrsons taken tbirni 46
not bece ,l6 paleand emsciated;but the contrary,
r e i wide it lithe ..property of Sareaperifla,
rasedis it is With 'other ingredients, to remove
e s thefts foreign andimpure, it is equally "she
properly of the VVild Cherry to retain All thatlT
:naturatand sounds Antl hence a' robust' state of
health is the pertain lbettittif their. Milted opera,
. - .%, "170reg1e i nCD r l i sTeb y . ' . r . , j. ' - ' . j ' , ' 71f
dent, and by EATand./Ossinger, ' in Kingstow n
gelped P lbi=2s Oil:: . -.- 'PleltelPebl , lo ,1647''"
4, .: , ::; . 1..11:11011 lis 'amtdJCaes,linnOires: ', !
APOREAT,4Sr,Ioy, *lilt at romorkibly low
':..*• ! 'PridoirjOlt.opooliglit.itbir,otOitio - if„ :,,
!.; , Apr11.7';411.-.;;AA.:9.v4Ofilkii!YANji,
tin r. hades4indqgarOglitwc...,
icied' litittiti4iit:litid!'4Wiilmliti t e
: ~ 4C largo , nolortoopot.i. oPailif%;filtideii•Ziiiiit
l'A rasp's, whlotryfli 10 - liti oOlgkohilitpfor - taii,,
~. Aril 21,1 . 847.' ...:t(A C.P , El. ; ''Ai , ,COY,:ttlil.i -,
f - JUAM
AJI.E, nu Infallible Iliedtoine;forayperuitti or
11:thidigestioth the delyersatemmilatnej Wen*.
`ache i Dept of YPI r I 4, Pi m pleapintlrgestu
on the &fie, 'Habitual 'Cindlveness, Ithenittatistn;
•Alfe:Ctiotis' of the 131ticider and Kidney.s.•.lllllpiti
'Fevers; • It Perfect. preventative ofltilleue
osed•in rettbidng, the patient, after being prinstra
ted By' PeVeri. , • 11td. ,11 - Erysipelas, Enlargement of
•the Roues, Fever iftni•.'Agnei.Flataleticy,! . .einfl.
ness oftloreplosibni. General DebilitY,for.gene•
ratprostration, caused • by disease,. medicine, or
indisurctionaeommitted in yoUth,abbettention of
Ori dens, law of illan 1 9. 1 1•04 1 1t40#
of ristOn, a liopelesti expres ton of epletentmee;
'net hut this class'rifdfsease
ne' Niemeyer' bail ; its equal; Gout, Giddiness,
(:ravel, mptire IlloOtli'Janodice; Losti bt Appb.-
tite; Liver, 't....frnplitints Leprosy; Looseness.
IVIARGASRIAII,I.IISEASE.S.--Never fails to
eradicate entirely, all, the effects of Mercury ito•
finitely speller dine any other inedicitie: Night
Sweats; Dervous Debiliiy; NETWOUR eqsllllllilli3
~or all k inds; Neur.tlgin; Organic Affectiniilf Pid
pitaiion of the Heart; Monter'eCliolic. Pains
to the .v... 1, side; bank, limbs, joints nod orgniis;
Rdsh • f blood to the limit' Zourvy; Zalt Rheum;
igt sick Headache; Itifliiess of the Joints;
y.aortula or King's Evil; Syphilis in its worst
farms; Ulcers or evLry description, sad the Ery
sipelas; Exosure and Imprudence in Lite.
PE NI AL L CONI IN I .Ts —.Laded of pale
complexion slid coesuinptive habits, nod such as
ire debilietted by those obstructions which fe
males arc liable to, are restored by the use of a
bottle or two to bloom nail vigor. It •is 'by far
the best retnetiv'eer seovered for weakly chile
O en, and such . as have had tumors, being, plea-
Wet they readily take it. It itnmedistely restores
the appetite, strength :mil color.
• Nothing, lie can be More surprising than its invig
orating clients on the Itemise linme. Persons, till
weskiless mid lastitude before taking it, at one
becotite-robust-and full ortaiergy-detter-fts influ
ence. Itimmediately ettlindeViitifilltie - iiiWeleisL:
ofsiof the lite - Una [time, Which lithe great (noise
The ['allowing nre some oldie certirentes and
complimentnry notices dint have been received
by the pi•ofieletrn',of the ellicniy of t hi s medicine.
'Mr. Philip'%Vilcox: of till well known firm of
Wilcox St Thebloom!, shipwrights, of Neiv Ben
ford, wns entirely cured oft confirmed canker of
the stomach, throat and month, With Dove lips
usually accompanying this diSCRAC, and his gene
ral health min..lt improved-by the use of only one
bottle. Mr. Wilcox has sulfured severely for n
number of years with This disease, and attributes
his cure entirely to the use of the Bitters.
Col. John Baylie . s, Deputy 2lierifF of Bristol
county, Mass., has volnidnrily cn tified that be
was cured bythe Bitters,ofJaunilice,lndigestion,
Col, Gibbs, of Zandwicli '
testifies that several
persons in that town,-Well known to him, have
been licnefitted diy the use of the Bitters, and in,
every case they pare given the most.perlect sails-
.1. IL Perkins, Esq. Attorney at I.liw, of New
Wetllbril, ‘viis_oureil 01 an unpleasant eruption o 1
the thee, by true itint or the Bitters.
[From the Daily Evening Bulletin.)
It is not, our custom to puir Patent Medicines
unless wet know, them to be really excellent,—
Baring ourselves a knoWedge of Dr. Wool's
Sarsaparilla and - Wild Cherry Bitters, and bar
ing severyl Holder who ;are been benolitted by
their use, we do not hesitate to redomme,id them
intim public* Both Sarsaparilla nail Wild Cherry
are articles of established reputation in the med
ical world, mid this preparationAs_made with
rent - Mite and appehrs to combine nll the medi
cinal-qualities of both in an on isnal manner. For
sale by the proprietor., T. Thotutton,,lr. Water
street, nod by the Druggists generally. Any one
itifFering from diseases of the
or head ac he, would do wellTe -give these Bitters
Prepnrrd by P,. Thornton, Jr. Sold ll•hnle
nitr tont Retail by l‘lvArr k K irretorm, 141 Put
,nn street, New York.; SA,AI UE.I, ELLIOTT,
nutl Druggists t;enerntly-tln•olglnoit the
United Stntes. 'Price Is, huge bottles.
Deeethber 2. 1846.
Ile Oldest and most Popular .Medi
eines now offerrd to the rnuite, are
Fahnest9ok's Fdintly Diedieines,
lane• times Ten Thousand Cerkifiettles likd file
following have been soluntarily.given to duel.,
V itant rI:GE, (luring the Lust ingluteen yours.
All of Falifiestoek's,l'anuily Medicines are pr
verbial Tor their chestiness and oilletkey, and 1
lumuly sfuoutut Ile xvithobt nut tissortmeni oftlavm
nor will they, it is believed, slier n trial ..r
B. A. FAHNESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE
H. A. FAIINFATOCK'S VERMIFI,Tfa
AVE frequently used Falmestock's \ f ermi-
y ntge, with gumd effect; but recently I have ad
ministered in one or two canes in which the cf
!bets were astonishing. In onerase front the use
a one vial, 1421 worms were discharged, and in
:mother 46 passed, to the entire relief of the little
snlibrers. Signed alit. \WALLACE,
Belleville, Ind. Scid.22, 105. •
... Price '25 Cents per vial.
Falmestock's Vermilhge, together with Pah
nestnelcs Cat•mounive Lozenges, Falmestock 'a
Cough Lozenges, Falmestock's Eye AVnler, and
Fahnestock's Itubejacientot certain ourefor nett
matismotre sold in Carlisle, by
Da..1..F. mvims, and
S. W. HAVERSTICK.
THOMSONS COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR
000-p-ERsONS-in-Phlladelphis and 500
in Cumberland count' , can testify to
the wonderful efficacy of that powerful remedy
. 1:1110MPSON'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF'
-E.At. AND' WOOD NAPTRA. Read Road!
Chraffid - Brondritiift ---
Philadelphia, May 23, 1844. '
. Mr. S Tuomeses—Pear Sir. For more that
• our years pint I'IIEIA-been -dreadfully - afflicted
with. an afletio nail() throat, which my phy
• skim.' pr'nemiced 4q Ohre*, Grouch/tie,' ea us
ted by riposted and neglected colciate
tress 'offered ie indescribable: Mrthroat was
litt e •ally raw with violent coughing, so that
blind would come fromit ; also 'great owes.
son, pain and tightness'ut the , chest ann fever
—in short all the usual Frufurortary symptoms
showed themaelVcii,thewidtherneelvita, causing
intireltais of necessarY.ropeite—My throat, was
leached and bllatered.ayer and, oast:Attain. I
. Crial Ofevery knoWn .remedyWnd at clif ! .
limn( periods had the advice aids - physicians,
and all with no , avaik : .About. two months
'since I made trial of your Compound 0r0.," uf .
Tar'atidWoitd , Noptha i anddiefore I had taken
the first bottle I' felt rellefl'l tontmued until I
had taken - sovens.bottlesi:Which completely
moved the - digerati) Midreetered` ine to:perfect .
healtli;anti I firmly 'believe'r 'iiliould not elm
Niliving;hitct It: not beeti'for your invalushle
„.Alilp Tvnty.,_ .
. , ;,.•- Sliruceetreet;
„ The undersigned hears witneaste . the truth
of the leregoing s haying personil * =lincnvledge ,
of. all the facts' ofthe tale.
M:I I ARNISON;O7--Arinon n a-strect.--' •
Price, 50" cents . per bottle' or (+4'per' awn.'
Thhis inveleoble : remedy •prepe'red;QNLY et
1 4 14.;cOrnoijef Flith'On d Spr,uco 'street's; Phil.,
,S,old•irt - Ceriisle by, R. ANciNE t Y,.
nelpiiriigentler - temberland county.; •
REFF:AIcr. OF:4EL I.III7yITIONV
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10..KP..INSUI2ANGE , ,eitherpermintntorlim- r
)tediagainstlossatirdaniage bifire,cna PROPEILTy
end EFFECTS: of wary ..desetalpnon,ln-lewat or_
Contittlyion the dioist reitsonahleterhis; 'Aliiliei
titans niade 'either personally or tiy letter, wall he
irhnaptly atte nded to:
C.. 1. 1. ilANCkEli:,Prest,
Rates of Insurance Reduced I
PISIIPBTUAt RISK. '
Brjik ur'StonellWellings or store's
from / 116,•to S p depot
do do Churches Si to 9 .410
do do Taverns 3 to 4 do
do dd Barns 4 to 5 do
do do Stables (private) 4to 6 do
do •do Stables (piddle) 6to do
do d Grist Wile, Water , -
ower, ri to 10 do
Brick or STOW° ellings end hir- •
.dilate from SO 10-40 c $lOO value
do do Stores and Slercban- •
dize 55 to 50 do
do 4 ,,tlo .., J'averiis andFurnittiCe
f.• 40 to 60 do
do do Barns and tontents
65 to 75, - do : 7
do do Stables (puLlit)
100 to 150 do
do Grist.Al ill and Stock
75 to 80 do
Prime sod Log ilwellnigs and Fur
-60 to 75' " do
do do S nieggittul . 111erclian • —•
dize 65 to -85 • do
'do do 'raver:lllllnd 1 7 urnitiire •
60 to 100 do •
do . do Barns and Contents , •
do: , do Grist Mills mid Mimic .
, - 00 to 100 do
• The Subscriber is agent for the nboyecompany
fur Ebitdisle and its vicinity. All applications rm.
asifuriince either by mail nr personally will be
promptly attended to. W. 1). SEYAIOI3I2. •
June i 2. tY4S. ty-33
DELAWARE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO'Y
On the Mutes il Lowrance princiftle,Aornbiner
with,a large joint-stork Capita Prcmi
reduced ict nearly haftehe //Lai rates.
By the Act of Incorporation the stork is
pledged for, the payment of any losses
which. the Company may sustain. And us an
additional securityio the assured, the act re
quires that the pryiltt of the business shall be
funded and remain with the corporation!, as n
guarantee and protection to the insured against
loss. This fund will be represented by scrip
Isstted by the Company, bearing interest in-ilex
, ceeding six per cent. per annum. insured
arc entitled to a pro rata share Alm profits of
-the-Company, and will receive that proportion
of the aforesaid fund in scrip, 'widen the
amount of earned premiums paid by him, bears
tothatotal-sum of earned prethiums and capital
The'scrip.th - us issued, to be transferable on
the boUlts,tit the_Company no stock. •
' No dividend of early can be made when
the lases and expenses exceed the amount al
The insured are protected from loss nt the
customary rates of premiums, °leer/mot any
individual liability or responsibility for the
ibexes or expenses -of the Corporationc_The
assured have all the right's of inemiwrSlii7l,-r
-can vote at nli_electione, and
.are eligible as.
Direct Ore ofAhe Corporation.
The subscriber ms been appointed agent for
Cent rainy, and OP the nit/foal principle
q superseding every other mode of •InsuratMe,
to would enpfidentlyreemnmend it to his friends
and tlici publie ' . ,
I'he No American Company has Clpna
t sir Agency. Those having policies expiring
it, ulna office con have them, renewnd in the
Dclawaso company on much mere faveru s ble
Fur full particulars 'enquire either by lett
or person 'to JOHN J. All'EltS.' r
Carlisle, SepteMber JO, y.
gLLEX E. 4 EAST PEAWSBOROUG
• MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rrill F. Allen and hastpennsborough Milton) Fire
1 Insurance CompasiyorCumberland eminty,in
corporated lir an act of Assembly, is now folly or
gam zeil,and in operation nosier the management of
toe following commissioners, viz!
Cht.Stayniati,Jacob Shelly,Wmlt Corgas,Lewis
111) er,Christian Titzel ,M ichael Hooter, I
Cocklin, Beitjamiu Musser,Levi
Brenennui situ! Sam,l
who respectfully call the nut ntion of the
citizens of Cumberland and York countie,sto the ad
vantages tvhiLli the compamy hold out.
Thutiates of insurance are as low and favorable
as any Company of the kind in the State. Persons
wishing to become members are itiviteil to make
application to the agentetof the company who are
willing to wait upon them at env time.
JACOB SIIE:IAA , Preet.
MICHAEL lloovEa, Vice Presitlefit."
' Lewis Myer, Secretary.
MiChfICI Hoorer,General AgtMt , echo ninshuri
Rudolph 31111.1111,N. Lumberland township.
NI Conklin, Allen township.
Wm- It Crirgas -Allen township; • -
,Christian Tirzel, Allen township.
Jahr C Dunlap, A lien township. ,
Peter listrnhart,East Pounshoro 'to nship.
David Martin, Chnrel l to wn .
C. B. Harmon, Kingstown,
Heavy Zenring, Shiremanstown,
Simon Oyster,.Wormleyshurg, - -
Dr. .lacnli Baughman;
Jacob Kirk,Oenntal Ageptror York Comity,New
Cumberland P. O. „.
Henry York county. •
John herr mk. York countr.
Daniel Bitily,Yora count,.
J. Bowmen, York emedy.
Philip Brenkhill,Cumlierinnd connty..:
- Hebert C: Sterret, S. Middleton. townalii
irrOtheragentawill :in added bores ter.
July 31.1845. tf-40
allictual Protection Conily..
E UM BE BLAND VA LLEY MUT U
AL PfLOTECXION Cc/NY : ANY, will be
under the , direction of the following (Mord of
Malingers for the ensuing year, viz:liornas C.
Miller, President; Samuel Galbraith, Vice, l're t ,
aident; David: W. McCullough, Treasurer[ A.
G. Miller, Secretary . , James Weidaey, Philip
wpangler; T. A'. Moltinney. - Samuel Trot, John
Zug, Samuel. Hustoti,Johii.T;(;reendolin Bear,
Abraham Ring, Bag, Adaina county.- Tlierr are
also• a minilmr, of, , i . lirents appointed.in Op) ad
lacent counttesov.la.will,receivb - apPlieutiona Fur
insuraneo.ntol forward them immediately for ap
' provallo,the odire (IrlW Compaily,wkeil the pol
icy will be isaued- - without - J.:or further
imormation'aee the hy.htwi of the Com
The fqllowing,geidlOttimi„:havebeen • appointed
' . •
• Dr,ThreDirOltu - sirailtisib irgr .
a;Esq. , :Weaf.penlianot , b 9
fJno.llLqMeans4E.sq. Newburg, .
• John Elendeniu; Eati.Mogeatown.
Ma.. Zrulul , 1844. ,„,' • .
intidentigneil'eontinie:the Won Commis:::
ision I litutinesa , lor • the enle nil kinds,
XCP• 4109-liti:Wate* StrPhilada,- ••
A"heirlong experience 'tithe 'Twin- irntle and
•t4eit , "t4teinitvei legunintnnee with miniintnere nit&
iealei . s.th.e.f.).ueuntt Statee,giveli.then2
difeCistilvantage or obininttig, the,ltighestiMirket
tilekOmiqnemi being • nonfineci ex-'•
nlttiOv,elrto,Vie Jinn trinte„Ottples theni' to, Skye
^- C.A1111P13V1 1 1.4 - ' • t.
„ - -41 . t411),,IA1001tilit,ii . --.
STEAM - IRfIN RAILING' FACTORY;
12idge Road, abo# .Flutkinwbod'aicet;
A 'T'this establishMent may Ire fOund the
greatest varlitly. of Plans and beautiful
Patterns' frir IROXIIAILINOS in the. Unite(
Stain's, tuivhich tlie allention.toftliose-iii-want
of any description' osid‘pspecisily fur Cemete
ries, is purtictlarly for invited.
The principal part of all the handsome 'Rai
Inge ut Laurel Hill, Monument and othe
bested CoMetaries in the city and COunlY e-
Philadelphia, which have ben se nighty pxtoof
vd by the public press, were executed at
A tinge Ware Room is-connected with the
establishment, where is kept constantity on
hand a largo stock ci ready made Iron Rulings,
Ornamental Iron Settees, Iron rhairs, new
ntylo plain and ornamental' Iron Gales,' with
oh ektetislvo assotttnont of Iron Posts, Prides.
tale, Iron Arbors, Ate. Also, in great Variety,
Wrought and Cast Irim Ornaments, suitable
for Railings, and other ptirposes. '
The subscriber would also state that in 'his
Pattern and Designing Department ho has
employee sane of the !mot' talent In the coun
try, whose 'where attention is devoted. to the
business.,--foiming altogether ono of the most
•complete and systematic estribliohnicht W the
kind in the. Union. •
R0131311.T WOOD, Proprietor,
Ridge R yvtl, oboite Button Wood Street.'
Phil: delpliia, Feb, 3 1847: -
-.:STEAM MARBLE WORKS
Ridge Road ; 'above Spring Gald'en grey(
IS establishment is erected on an mpro.
miinninctures -sit-kinds of Marbla , Work in a
sbnerier style, and at Oa lowest prices for
The largest and best assoriment . of Marble
Mantels ever offered to the public may be seen
et the Ware•Romn, to which the attention
of purchasers is respectuflly, invited.
Imported Garden Statuary and Vases of the
most tasteful design and patterns, made 'of t he
finest and handsomest, description of _ Italian
Marble ;'Tiles fm Flooring, imported and al'
ways on hand, and fur sale at the must teunon•
Marble Cutters •enn bd supplied at all
times with any number ofTinished mantels or
Table 'fops, at reduced wholesale prices; and
the Trade will be furnished at the shortest
notice with all kande fif Marble in the block,
or cut to sizes for Monuments, c.
• Ridge !toad, shore Spring Grrden St.
Philadelphia, Feb. 11, 1847.
Cheap Watches and'Jewelry,
f, AT the Philadelphia ‘Valelt
and Jcw%lry Slum, 95 North
;: - . 1 / . Second St., e orncr of quarr v
4 . 7 -- • . Gold !liver W etches, fulli 0 •
".!..t...--1 , 2 cited, IH caret :lases ,45 00
Fr .40 `atr. 11 71Silver- Lever Watches,
Silver Lever Watches suttee jetvels — 18 00
Superior Quarler.:Wiitches: 10 00
Imitation quarter Waichea not. warrented 5 00
Gold Spectacles 8 00
Fine Silver-Spectacles. ' ii - I 7$
Guld Bracelets with topaz Monett 3 50
Ladies Gold Pencils 16 carrels.: 200
Gold Finger: Hines 376 cents to $B, Watch
Glasses plain 126 center to 18i; Lunct 25.
Other articles In proportion'. ; All goods nor
ranted to be what they arc sold tor.
. On hand some gold nneSilver .Levere, Le
ptnea and Quiltliars luwer than die above
Phi Indslphin, ref): 9, 1R4:7
HOVER'S FIRST PREMWM INK
No 87 North Third street,
111EIE celebrity of the 1.. k s mAnufactured by the
sith.scima 1., owl the exiensite soles subs,
oitielot upon the high reputation ellich !het hale
attained, tint ooly throughout the Dotted Suites.
but in the West Indies and in Chinn, has induced
him to make every, necessary arrangement to
supply the vast dement: upon • his establishment
Ile is now prepared with evert variety of Mick,
'Blue, and red lake, Copying Ink, In..elihle Ink,
and Ink Powder, all prepared under hit own
tiers°, al superintendence, so that purcliasers
mny depend upon its superior quality.
110 V kiR'S ADAMANTINE CEMENT, a
superior article for Mending Class, Chinn, Cab
inet Ware. &e., Useful to every Housekeeper,
be.ng a white liquid, easily applied, and not afTee
tell by ordinary heat—warratin d.
igrPtimphlets, cootainiaig the numerous testi
monials or too. of science, and others, will he
to 1,111 blisters.
For sale at the Mantilluttory, Wholesale and
Retail, No. $7 North Third Street, opposite
Cherry Street, Philadelphia, by e.
.10SE1'II E. 110 V Eli, Manufacturer.
Jan . . 27, 1817.-Iy. ••
DRUGS, DRUOS, DRUGS!
T I lONI PSON & CRA W FORD, Nitor.E.
BALI Da vaulters, IS o. • .I 0 Market Street
(South Side, below etattul,) Phil'adelphi a ,
tarts for sale n large stock of Fresh I)rugs, Nled-
I icines and Übe-Stitilk, to which thet call the at
tention of Conittry .Merchants and Dealers visi
t ting the city.
Coach, Caltircet, Japan Black A . and other Var
nishes Om superior
.qua ' lity. . iiio. White..and
lied rextl. Wittilow
. Class; Paints and Oils—
cheaper than' ver. .
G:j. T. 8.7. C. arc also proprietors of the Indian
Vegetable Halpern, celebrated throughout their
Own and neighborkg States as the best pee l '.
lion for the cure of Coughs Coble A sthina ~
Atteney_reftuultal_iu. ex_er.y_ i este u einv laurel ii o Lene--
f it is received. .
-Philudripliiii,Jan...27. 1847 —fim
DRUGS, PAINTS & DYE STUFF
FOB. BALE ➢Y
FRENen NCR IC ITA R DS;
‘v t. EtiA LE DRUGGISTS
T LOW PRICESot latke anil complete
assortment of Drugs, l'airitil; Oils, Var
nisheseWindow, Glass, Dyo Stuffs, and spices,
which wo offer very low for Cash. We war.
rant our Drugs to he pure and of primp quali•
ty ; among which are
GOO oz. Quinine,l 500 lint: pure Oil l'ep•
Morphia , perrnint,
100 t. Extra Etark, 200 lbs. Opium,
0,-7 , 1 . 20 bbls. Castor Oil.
Inelnding every article used fly Druggists and
Physicians. Our assortment . of Paints, Oils,
Varnishes and Whitlow Glass is large, and our
prices such as cannot fail tc.. please.
50 tons pure Lead, 1000. ho.tes Windoit
Glass; 500 kegs Von. Red on ( . /..Irrit, •
1000 golloas Linseed Oil, 10 als,
. • Coach ;Varnish and 50 of Copal,
100: doz..Puirit Brushes, 50
bbls Smiths 'Purptiudine,
We offer 14, am
urer Coach _Varnish at $2
per. gallon, ,
Our ineludei every ,article i useri by
Coach and House Painters. -
-Dye Stuffs wo offer at pgrtioularly lovi.pri:
ass, haring a large stuck of ankle used
by the , (rude. t.''.• "
- 20(11bir." - D3m • n 10001 b. GP:Id - Pumper.
100,mtrboy801 Vitrtil 2000 Cinnamt n
509'160,1nd re, - 190 Nutmeg'',
Coehineill,;:Madder,:- , :1 Mucci, Shletetoo; 4c.
: -.-- A180;40 lone 91100 tones kw 'prices. —! odvp:us et Mill, lin ellorge, for making inquiry.
!FRENCH' & Ric.IIIA,RDS,
Drnggiits, NM ; . ootoOr 'of
Othind arketa Syr.Plillederphia: •
. ••-• , • ..
SANSAPARILLA. 7 , :III .
arliote'le , now, eatos ,used by, phy Sicia
intradiers fa:. the Ivan/rid and 'permanent sure ni
llist4ises arising from ap r itnpure statq of tlic blood
habit ;, it i ,trarrintett-by -th ! Y
nianuraciuter!,4 o l3 l ,,dyeltimni:'s . trangar than anj
prepara,tian...Or•gic: snantl::kind,axtant, and • efiehi
'lli Ants Aril) DitzEri.,BEAKTior',lnt
j.. 1. 211t-: . tiittiOl';': :.
uxixviabEßßEvEmixsarrer7. — . :
WOULD respectfulli call the t 01
V V Hulnielicepers arid ilic public tutlie extVta-
Me stunk of splendid Furniture, including So
''.artlrobes, Centre sitd•pilier Tables, Dyes
sing and Plain Bureaus, and every variely .0
Cabinet-ware and Chairs,
Which they• have just opened et their new
rooms,' on the corner of North Hanover and
Lopthcr Streets, rat Mo.
They are confident that the superior finish
of toe workmanship, and elegance of style, in
\vhielt their articles are got-up, together with
their CHEAPNESS, will recominepd them to
every person wanting Furniture. They have
also made arrangenteitt*for tnanufadturing-knd
keeping a constant supply. of every article in
theii line , both plain and ornamental, elegant
and useful, at prices which they cannot flitl3o,
- suit pntehatersr. They' tvolild earnestly invite,
persons who are about.to commence iniselcecp.
ing to call and examine their present elegant
stock, to 'which they will constantly make ad.'
ditions of thy neivest and most modern styles.
COFFINS tnadc to order at the shorteit
tice, for town and country.
. April 21_1647. ' l
CAE Xl,4„E'r WARE *slows_
la tit: subscriber having . learned !hot an itp
prrsiiim is-nbrond that he has given up has
itios in favor'pf his Sons, desires thus pUblibly
to correct (Ito clear. "Ile still .♦ ne.tinues, 'the
business at hiS Inanbfuttoty lb the teat of his
own retsidence, and would respectfully invitii
the, attention of Housekeepers and the Puhller:
genernlly,to tho very largo &'
ELEGANT ASSORTMENT co , -^rab..-—;
ia . binot
which he now line on hand at his c.'
Ware Robins. on West fligh street, opposite
[Viand's W'arehonse in Carlialey Sealing very
confident that t h e superior finish, exec:lichee ni
material, and reasonable prisies of the .numer
ous articles which lie constantly manufactures
will give satisfaction to aad . iceuro the Nitro
nage pf,all who may examine them. ..1143 pre
sent assortment inelmjes every variety of
cmTCabinet Ware and Chairs
both plain and timainenial, at price
:di; which will be made to' suit purelnis
Baying made Om necessary nrratighments,
ho will duller F l urniture at uny plane vi•ithin
a reasonable number of miles in the surronnil
ing country, without any increased charge.—
The patronage of the public is rt:Fpi•c-fililyso
licited. JACOB FETTER.
Carlisle, March 10, 1847.
CANAL AND RAIL ROAD LINE
Pliilada , Baltimore, Pittsburg,
J. W. KERR, •
FORWARDING - 86 COMMIS'N MERCHANT
,INFORMS his friends anktlio public, tha
Kfrom the liberal patronage extended to him
during the past year, he has been encouraged
to make...more extensive aTrarigKiviits-for the
ensuing season, and his added two new, larger
and splendid Bouts to his LINE, and will be
fully-prepareitafter the opening of the Canal
tur-Wait14 , 140441e0- chil."Merefidodit o of a ll
kinds to and from Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Pittshurg,,&c., at the lowest rates of freigh.
end with the utmost despatch. .
Agents for Boats,
Alessrs. CARLISLE & r;ASKELL.
' Race street Wharf, Philadelphia,
Messrs. G [ESE & SON, •
No. 48 Commerce st. Whorl. Baltimore
Meaaers.CLA & THAW, p,
J. MCFADDEN & CO, C
Agents for Cars,
WUNDERLICII & GRIM,
No 2i2 Market at. Philadn.
Messrs. CHALORER ei- HEYNOI,I)s,
No. 423 Market st. Philada
Messrs. SITEILJAM'ES & Co.,
Broad !street, Philadelphia
Pennsylvania and Ohio Line, N at. Baltimore
March 17, 1817.—tf.
WIIAT is most coriduciv to health ?
PURE STATE A N I) CIRCE/Lk
OF TIIF. BLOOD. Now t‘ e hest
ad In insure n healthy state of Ilkod-is, on th
first symptom of nny disorder of the eircula.
Ong fluid,such as Dyspepsia, Cosliveneas, Girl
illness, or any of the diseases w h ich arise
therefrom, to use Ilance's Sarsaparilla or Blood
Pills, fifty pills in a hex for 25 cots. according
to the directions, nod yon will obtain
One Word of Caution.—When you go to
purchase fiance's Sartriput ilia or Blood Pills,
be sure you get the genuine article. Price 2.5
cents NA- box, or five boxes for one dollar. Foi
sole by Si th Rance, 108.11ultimore street,
and corner of Pin:ries and Trutt sts.,
more. • •
For sale in ga Male, by 4. & %V. R. FLEA I
NG, at their cheap Drug store, opposite the
Railroad Depot. pone !I, :847.)
• cA Ctirefbr 14. sem? cd..
DR. MI A NI'S INTERNAL 111 , ..711 EDI
for the pure of Piles. The Vegetable Pill
Etectuary, invented b, Dr. A. Ul.hatzt, a distin
guished ph) alehin or l'S'esv Nork city, in the onb.
really successful rt. medy thr that daegerotts and
distressing complaint, the Piles, oflered to
the .A mericanpollie.
The Kletteitry contains no 111ineral Medicine.
no -A loes,•Colouynta, Gamboge, or miter power
NI soil irritating purgative. No fear of taking
cold while antler its ialluence; no change in diet
necessary. 1r taken according to directions, a
cure l'or lire is gliaranteed.
Another • Certilleatemidad to thelitindreds
have already been received, of the efficacy CA'.
Now Vona, August 25, 014(i,
Ketclutni-- , Gents: For seve
rat years pest I:liave beewtrotibled with Piles, a
Yrry coatird etife%cf Minlilt:lila' not bei ig yr
severe as to disablelite fivnil bokillesa,tutil a (Irene
had • of patent Nledichies, that
until ifirik'spring I Haver used anf medicine m
'applied to a physicid 31 - Mr Polief. The Piles then
. being so severe that I allowed several opCraeons.
to be performed without any benefit.. Determin
ed after Oda to try other means, I read an advent
tit ement pf It cure guaranteed by the use ofOr •
Upharo's Eleatuary: I purchased three boxes at
year store ? , and from the use, pi* which I found
myself entirely:dared bribe I'Desoind ray health
ranch improved.. I rortrain; Sirs. your 'lsiah in•
debted friend: . ErlA f.ri
• Merchant Taller,lo4:llroadway, dpstatrlia
WYATT Ei,KFTCI 4 / 1 111, let Fulton street, Nei
' F o r k - rfleneral - Agenttrfmv - the'3Olllki if - States:rt .
Siild in Carliski by SABilii:L'Etetiprr,' ,
DrUggistsgeneeallytlircioghthit the Urille,ilStetee
Procelt: ' •
Novi:Mho , If, I Age':
l i p ,
iro4 , lthiiiediiitera'nd'iierfici'' '..''.'' ',
elen'ior Ilint . moiveiniquilkine ~1 " . _. i tr' ' • .
idiiionsti the . .TOOTII.AellE; ''.•'. -- a ..r.. .',.. .:
io to be found atP.. ....L.' 4 '!."....',.....,,:M1 t /.....f
...'. ELLIOTT 'S /.,..; I. II \ 0!' . . 1,/ .....'
. : Ding & ...ebentienlSton.t..c. ~ , ), i i -. ;..
l'';'el;'qol'.'4B,W ~...,..-:..., . , 7 . 1 , L 1--; , ..,, .
.., , ,
.. . .. . ... -
r 4 ZOCtiViEO7IIO . :Goo ,-•
`.,'eiti!)ties'ibri.%!;aB fiat .
..AC. - .Bortment of Clie4ks;:l'iciiiige;TAL7e',Pik:
pers;.aul-41401fie,y1ficklie for :
• .• :„ . .., :
;1 3 6r,e0pii1..1,4.0'0, 1
, 6 °. !t v. • F x,E iiiiit''
~. ..,, , Yune, , 4,1 ; .; ..; -,,.., , .";:„ . .,,... : .... , ,,-, 5.. , .,‘. 2-, ... -.,,,......,...... -:'
':',-:' ‘:'•.:, I ':.i' , :.:;: , ' , .': - ' : :':.'"''. 4, , :. j ;'i..4.i?.'J,.:'',
-, :', , i'Ziii: - I , ...ipljiltiklilllia:i.ilf
_.. . . .
aZau di9.o U.1.21:0:31)413P9Mt
Girotinirii • ••••'-f,
No. 140 Oliesriptiq.v 3d door beloW
Frilh — pfetairds - talt - tVTIt this estiddiilirnint are
I pronounced by alitiqa and iscr,e'ntiN Um),
unrivalled for (4th of tone and softness of Wit
hint sitadc,.while they display all the. artistic
terrangenient of the highest effort or the pqnter.
Citizens or strange' is visiting the Gallery, can
have their Miniatures o'r Prolialtmaken is; this
unique style, and neatly set in. Morocco cakes,
Gold Lockets or Breastpins ?to, in a few rivinutes.
We copy the following Ilipts the, Vltiliiilitatia
Saturday Courier: . .
The public journals have tit different period's
nnotinced,llB it remarkable Proof of the skill and
proficiency of A :noel can
ypekhee now mole in this city superior in every
respect to those Mae t'n any or the Europeatt .
cities. The success Gl' American artists %%as
aindintieq graiir)ing and conclusive
publicity stating .at
11re..itiolie!nor hisMein Thumb ekhibition in aril
cliyi.that Mr. goat hail made Ally-one good &e
-inem; with only a single titilurc. In Mlilition to
avitich Mr. Mhos been rurnisheillwitivtlie follow
ing conclusive ccitifenie, Aped it will be per=
teivell by the pArents or Tom Thumb ? by Air:
parimm, Ills teachers and seertittry,iill of ;a hod
weee ith lain in Kellum: . -
PHILADF:LPIITA 31111 C 4 11147
Tho•riingnereotype of Tom Thumb and hif
family, including his several tett eheyr. roOlimmc
tt river, eqUi tinge, is costii ntea
nod diameters, made by Mr'. A. ]toot; (VIET Yi
ONE in all) 'present n degree of isectirucy nin•
truthfulness to Nature„ . wjili a bold elsorOt
rut linmstialiess, t•Npressinii, beanie nitil
of finials - 7nd uniform brilliance :Ulm we ltacq
Bever seetrefiliglitarTliMiVelliYiilltill,te•niii , rior
-to itny - I Ising-ol- the kind •wittiet seirlay-Mtuitlier it(
Comatiy o.• in London, Paris or any of the
Irifiee of Bilrope which we have visited. We
thkeplenstiro an bearing testirmony to the courtesy
Midso uniformly manifeakd by Mr. Root(
'[TON (the Pallier) .
• CYNT SiRAVUON (the Mother)
• P. T. IiARNUM
(ExhibitorotTons Thumb iis England eyed Atue.
rims iti3sl Propeie:or of the. New Yolk Roil
' W. lv. EnsirEil (fiehretary)
rilyo DOI*: CATi..IN,
(Advertiser and Secretary of tan Thumb in
.11. C. SID:DMA* (Ids Preceptor)
This is certainly very striking testiinony in
favor a American soperinrity r ooming as it &Oa
Iron tlinse . who have - examined stars linens of the
-best productions. iu the art in most of the [winch
pje re tea orEurope..
Job. 23 1847--limo, •
NEW MEN AND STLEL _
I - 1111E Subscribers, Importers and" Duracell
in Foreign ord American Iron, be g leave
to call the attention of purchasicrer of IRON and
sT EEL, to the new assortment of - Swede
Norwegian, Cable and Vommun Reigns,' Iron,
which they now have and rite constantly re;
.riving from Europe direct. Also American
ron, ..consisting of Iloop,•Bund, 6crol I,
Russian and Americium-Sheet Ironi.
Sinai Round hnd Square Iron, from 73.1 . 611i4
and upwards; Boiler and Flue Iron, Horse
shoe and Nail Rods, Axle Iron, various sixes;
Locomotive, Tree I isid Railroad Iron; Aiii7les
Iron, Hall round Iron, &e. Spring ar.d Blister.
ed Steel, from best stamps of Swede Iron';
Cast and Slicer Steel, &c. all of which they
offer et dm LOWEST rates; for cash, or at
six months for approved reference, and to
which they invite the attention of 'purchasers
before: repl.nishing their stocks.
Also, and Ills oin Iron received on cotrii
mission, on which advances will be made.
- EMU'S & BRINE,
Iron and Steel 31ercliante,
117 N. Whir; St. and 5 N..Pel, Avenue, Phlld
July 28, 1847-1 y
TIIE subscriber offers to the trade, or by
retail, a largo and general usportmeni of
ilk following articles, being ull of his own im
portation or -naunfaLture.
Bnycrs or goods in this lino are invited to.
examine the akemriment, end orders are solid•
ter!, with the assurance Mai every effort will he
made to give sati.faution and tri.ure a eonliti.
mince oft ustorii.
Gold & Silver Lever Watches of ordinary qua},
Do. do. do. olgtitleiZor finish.
Do. do. do. Anchors C. Levities.
Silver double cased English and Swiss vergd
Watches, with light, medium and heavy ea ,
Gold Jewelry - "mall vqrleties,,fine and nommen:
Silver Pleled,rapilkSiiqt Welts.
41 uNi c Ppoietr4lo , iiir44. - 678 uud 111 liin6s,
Alantel and billed Clocks, in gilt and °Chet
Watchmakers? Tools and materials of all sorts.
Fancy Articles. Fairy Vans, Steel Beads, 6.c.
ILrving every facility fur obtaining goods' on
tho Most rid Vs lo thScous terries, correspondingii..r
duceinents will be offered to purchasers: •
JOI,IN C. PARR,
11:1 Chesnut Si., Philadelphia
July 21, ltl7.
Hats, Caps, Ladies' AIgLFa , Boas, - tic,
TO MERCHANTS, HATTERS & OTHERS.
GARDEN dd. BRONX IV,
flat and Cap Warehouse .o.cl illnafitetury,
- 'Na. 196 Dlcirket Street.
EC.RD j)0011 BELOW SIXTH, PII,LADELIIIIIA,
D EsPgcTFuLLv solicit attention to their
large land complete stuck of Hats nod
'Cups, muniffacinred 'under the;r own ' immedi
ate (llrection and superielendtitee, with all the
advantages of ntodern improvements to cnablei•
_theta to_combine.the.unporinut quuliticsord us "
rtitnlity, taste and beauty of finish with et
trt.rne cheapness of price..
Ankiiknenue end bcifetiful assortment of n II
vurieties4nd prices of Beaver, Brush, Stlki
Mulesirin, Russia: . Cussimere, Wadi, Sporting
and Ashland Huts. Also, n.general usso.tmerit
of every variety of Caps, Otter, Fur Seal, Halt
Seel, Muskrat, Plain and FungrOlutli every
style, Red, Bleck and Brown Muhuit t Seulette,
( Aloud, Oiled Silk unit Fur Cope-
Ladies' Muffs, Ross, dr.c." ut the very lowest
• Buyers.by tho dozen or lees, are invitee)
call and see ilk is not to their interest to 'den
Partictdar attention paid to the packing tY('
Cask puid for Muskrat and Shiptdng.F9 9 rs.
GARDEN, St BROWN'
No. 188 Market Street, bulow 811.111S1,
July 21, 1841.
Ill'ear.•Stip' R ,.
m il aubscritioi, tins just retoratarre - om the elllY
with a lot of Nk.:13% HOODS, 019110a0pg in
pa t t. of the follow lug !Tile:reit ' . •
..„ . .
• “. Chamlirjy}'hr'ia
. .• •
: Nevi Style enliciles,n. Isms •
, , • ,•••:.- • • ;.
• Tinkings' -and Men.: *O.
•• 25 4oz. •ColtOo` II oojOry, Lleindii,sc;
"eO6 white-sail eisinkiV6iton'llien, f,' ,, •
Irish Linens, from 57:3 to slpt, , K
S %sissy Book,•Sielped and Victorisi.Mers..
lies. . • ' ' .• (• ,
. White enil.Vane) , ,,tinene.fer, 'eel
""'"Suie'mer - ,Clotli and
Vtiiiiiiigii,•Cartielii t litati,§a• •
hieke•inylibek Mt t'iuNe * ' Store
82 kit tilt LE.
A 'lO tieFeac Rce'
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