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WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1848.
THE Locofocoism of the Present day
would fain have the,world believe that it
33 identical with the Democracy of. the
early days of the Republic, and - that - the
plundering of . Mexico of a part, of her
territory is a measure not less democratic
and poldto than'wasthe - acquisition of
tlietolintry on th-e-MissWippi -during the
administration of Mr. Jefferson. lion.
JOHN M. CLArrA, in an extract given
slteloiv, from his recent speech in the Se
nate, very happily contrasts the course of
-- :Mr: Jefferson with—that-of--:Yt—PolLtlar ,
ing the progress of those two measures,:
:The present times, sir, do not i:esem
-I,le,the early days of the gepuldic,.
bear. much, especially' from honorable
entlernen'on the other side of the cham
ber, of Jefferson.'and his democracy.--
Vet these are: net the day's of Jeffersonian
, 'emocracy. The- measures of the'Pre
:dent of the,United States:are not like
those of Thomas Jefferson, or the fathers
i the itepubtic:"
Nr <tir; le
sir, let: us recur to nil
i;te history of the administration of ,Tlio
k,las Jefferson, at the period when great
xcitement prevailed with regard to the
't*tle to the mouth of the Mississippi, in
le year 'lBO3, when the whole West
in a flame lest some foreign nation
—houlLoccupy_themonth_of that mighty
• 'ver and impede the growing prosperity
~ i * the great valley of the Mississippi.—
•, that moment, sir, when the minds of
•n all -over the American Union were
•culiarly excited, an effort was made in
o. Senate chamber of the ... United Skates
, a the 16th of February, 1813, by Mr.
i :ass, from Pittsburg, I think, to induce
le American Congress and the Aineri-
.• eh Executive , to seizeand take posses
.- on of the mouth of the Mississippi, and
• le country which was necessary for our
tros.erity; and hold to it'without refer
t, ice to negotiation or_yeaty. Allow - me
t , read. the resolutions of Mr. Ross.—
They will be fouild in the Sonate Jour
end,-for-the year 1803, page 206:
"Resolved, That the UnitddStates have
no indisputable right to the free naviga
tion of the river Mississippi, and - to a
anvenient place of - deposit for their pro
(lace and merchandise in the: Wand of
_ Z - eiv Orleans_. : ..:
That the late infraction of such, their
--tmq-nestionable—right,--is -en aggression
I ,, T9tile to their homes and interest.
• That it does not consist with the dig
:rz-safet-y-of7.this--Union to hold a
r.g it so important by a tenureso - uncer,
• That it materially concerns such of the
_American - citizens as dwell on the Wes
tera waters, and is essential to the union,
rtre - ngth and prosperity of these states,
that they obtain complete security for the
mil and peaceable enjoyment of such
That the President be authorized .to
tike immediate possession of such place
or places, in the said island, or adjacent
territories, as he may deem fit and con
venient, for the purposes aforesaid ; and
to adopt such other measures for obtain
ing that complete security as to him. in
his wisdom shall seem meet.
That he be authorizo to call into ac
t:ial service any number of the.militia o
the states of South Carolina, Georgia,
)hio, Kentucky, Tennessee, or of the
lississippi Territory, which he may
t link proper, not exceeding fifty thousand,
'nd to employ them, together with the
military and naval, forces of the Union,
'for effecting the objects above mentioned.
That.the sum ofifive millions of dollars
I.e appropriated to the carr"yino• into effect
the foregoing resolutions; and' that the
whole or any part of that sum be paid or
applied, on warrants drawn in pursuance
of such directions as the President may
from time to time, think proper to give to
the secretary of "the treasury."
I'have he're the speech made by Mr.
Ross, in support of his resolutions, pro
posing to seize_ jhe mouth of the Missis-
Appi and. the adjacent territory, without
negotiations; and the speech, sir, is very
tnuch counterpart of some that I live
heartl of.during . the'discussions that have
taken place sinCe 'this -war commenced.
BpseUrged that, it was' convenieot
and - ieessary 'to seize upon the territory.
Uertitinly' lie had a rightlo say so. He
insisted that we should not wait for nego
tiation ; and of course he urged that
those who held the territory had no title
to it Bat what was the course' adopted
in those/ .days of Jeffersonian democ
racy,lt bid - 'Mr. Jefferson raise an army
--.to march upon and. seize the territory or
to point our cannon 'into the windows of
NtriV"Orleaas, and thus
,Provoke a con-
Cot ? Did 'any Sucii . .spirit.4that which
seems,, here; wi It an -iiribri,dled
fury;'pervude the.democracy or thin par
tly? No, sir; no sir. The love of 'jos
tee not the,American bo
, soin theillonor of the American eharac
ter; mns 10. , 'Aincrican
. satztioin,7i4ezgouritry .on ihe„Missiißippi,
.sent an Envoy,„Extraordinttry .to Join
r rind tliey' ne - goti 7
of , pydoonds,
' "' L ION ~ * opeggitetiOki.upPlV-,th,o 'Cha;;.
'a lite/Country F - tor 1 •
-racer . • From. a
sruri“lenq y ,
13 4 741161 Y- 1 14,t,b ) fit1,0•4 11 *./40 11 /0 1 4
',fsit:f94. - O,O;,;Ft!,urILFY fia4i.Nl4lco•l4 qW 34
raY;lif acu,faition of t ed ts, erritetr,4'at
L: ,„. :',:; - ::1'0 , ',. , '; . :.::
.for' . Alin;g6Ud , rae . f 'th coixtery ,
Buyr . ,' it On fair:A . 6d Honorable
l'shit4`thit;elijcbcficit r i': But take
by' lolenge. Ition intend to do triai; I
wash -my hands of sit, and have nothing
I refuse to acquiesce in any suckpio•
ceeilare 'on-the ground which I have al
ready stated, that I hold thp national
charadter'fer justice and hop6ity,of, far'
more value to my countrymen now, and
'in all ages to come, than all the lands and
all the money which 'could be acquired
by a war of rapine, and. all, the military
glory that could be achieved'in the'ways
of a country, -Lose that whiCh 'excites
in your bosom a proper feeling of elf
respect, Mid you are a lost:man.. I.ef'
folly or wi ekedii ess of its -rulers, aril your
-country-is-degraded to such-a- degree-that
it will require the power of better men
than we are, exerted for a century to
come, to restore her -to the position frOm
which she has fallen.
WOULD resiteritfolly call the attention o
Housekeepers and thenpti blic t °the exteti
-s.re-stock-of-syricindi-d1 u flan to, inelifding bo
iliv,.Wardrabos,rentie and o(her Tables, Dres
sing and Plain -Bureaus, und every variety •o
Cabinet-arare and Chairs,
which they have ve.just opened at their new
rooms, oil the corner of North Hanover and
Loather Streets, Carlisle.
T confider tint (Abe superior finish
oft td elegance of style, in
;vhf 'a got up,- together with
diet 411 recommend.thein to
suit purchasers. They would earnestly invite
persons w ho are about to commence housekeep
ing to call and examine their present elegant
stock, to which theywill constantly make ad
ditions o 1 the newest and most modern styles.
COFFINS made to order ut the shorten. no.
tice, for town and country.
April 21, 1847..
Pant ( i•oceJ•pf
stibscriber takes this tuelliod to inform
1 his friends, and the public in general that lie
has just opened intim house lately occupied lis•
1)r John A ' , nisi:ling and
IT Rhoads' Warehouse:a large ail general as
soi I ment or Family Croceritis, such as Teas ,
Coffee, Sugar, it Inlasses, Chocolate and Spices
eve' y dAcripiion. Abut, a large and well seJec
"Willow-wore, BrosMs, Buckets, tic, Ste.
hatch or every. description, front Ilse (Ammon
sinokirqtnhoceo up to Wouo word's Itept honey
The p abl io at c respectfully
,invited to 411 and
1 examine Ins stock 1/et.vre I six logo elsewhere; as he
I flatters himsell that Ile cannot tail. to pltnise them
-N. 11.—iiis friends from the country w II find
it to their advantage to give him ml call; the store
ificciareuiently situated, ju,t a few steps from Nir
CHt.lisle,,ltine 2, 184'7
orew and - Cheap
HARDWARE STORE 9 -
Main etteet,ono door west of Martin's Hotel.
Tlll.l saibscribers have just received and are
now opening a large stock of fresh goods,
which In addition to their former stock, makes
their assortment larger'and better than can be
heir stock comprises a lull assortm't of build
ing material of every. description and style, with,
a large assortment of Took for all kends of Nfc
chanies, which haer been sele9ted with great care
and are offered at the lowest rates.
Also a full ftssortin v ,t of goods for Carriage
Builder t s and Saddlers, Bitch as Avorsted Damask
and Unttinet - s, (Armin Cloth, Oa Cloth, wide and
narrow Laves, Fringes, Tassels. Tufts, Patent
Leather, Lamps, Electt•ic Springs, I .on Axles,
Silver Hillis Plate Carriage Bands ; „lapilli,
Brash and Silver Plate Mounting, Bridle Bits,
Stirrups, Buckles, Ilante'rs of sill kinds, Buck
skins, llog-skim and all description of goods in
lit St-.DDLCII.I' LINE. Also,
Waiters and Trays ; CandlestiekS ;
Bison AH . (111'0116; Shovels and Tongs ;
Knives told Forks a( every style;
Fancy and common Be' lot, s; .
!Limiter and Carving Knives, Steels;
Pen and Pocket Knives of every style,
Table and 'fen Spoons 3
English and American I I olloirr r ;
had Irons, Blass Kettles &c. &c.
I lay and Minure Forks;
Wagon I lamers,Shovels and Spades;
'Frac : Buller and Cow Chains E.ec.F.Ve.
. • Alsojtly.t. received,
11111 . , Band and Doop IRON ;
11.116Silill Auld American Sheet Iron;
Cast,Shear, Blister and Spring Stuel ;
Tiu P' ate Zinc, Speller, Lead ;
Dupont's and Johitimit's Blasting Ponder
Dupont's Mlle Powder, Shot ;
Wetlierill'a Pure Ground White Lend; .
Copal, Coach, Japan and Leather Varnish;
Window Glass of all sizes;
Putty, Turpentine; tee.
CO:if-wart of 611 kinds, Ego. Sc. .
They have ;denier sidellarvey'S Pnient.Spiral
Straw Cutters,ivlvich are einisidered the best now
in use for cutting hay, straw or corn stalks. ..
WHIGITI: S SAXTON.
September 22. I 24T
• Jayne's Family Medicines
ANdditional supply of Ric above valuable
Niedunies, consisting of
Tonic Ve'runliige , •
• "fait. Tonic,•
Received and foesale by •
• •=•• , • •..Ageitt•foiCailiele.:
. . „ • .
200 Todi Plaster, 300. Sauk:l'lo.X; Salt.
'5O souks Ashtpone do. , • •
lop • • llitpsy do. -
For Sale hp
. ft FUNK
Harfiahurg, nay • :
( - 11,0ERLES;
ntlx b I ;3'..Witliite Ssugar ;, 50 , do: 13rOwil
11). 1% - .;11.1c0, , • „
". 50 .
~.Pepper saje.by :
MIL e LE4I: . I,
Fisk i sti.!
~ i:lotEtbiar, ?dui* ." .
q...;-. 1 199.14141f5,:. 1 11 3 FrA31gf. 10 t 4 k1e by.... „
;liiirFlaburg hint :9 1841:. I— '7,
WlllOlll7 6' 0 orrfitsra erfragriPoiti
CIIILDREN •TEETIIINO,": • ' •
411; MOTHERS haring children aittleted
tilt , Wiih any' , hr thtiee'diecaseettliddikit to 'the
titd rof -in fanny ; such cinprultdonO:rpaejinic
5 Atfriiincht‘ind locacCatis'af'tie"JqiclCll l Bl;hatil,
XL_ aver without ,j 1 ttle,yenedx Oat
4:;_d_iiEA,'F.7446lY4o;frriaggc:intsl4o Ike roved-130 oSd . 111 t A 6-41 0 0 °Pi$ 11 °•
'TiIi•AFFPB noYr 0 1 1 ,FimilJ)*; 'fiii)ro r ve 'its:mbtill'it 1, 6 ivtrialik bektik , `" ,
• toSpicl=lli s ,&Zrolt 4 IPTl' t '
Novembt,l. 101 ° 840 • 3211077 4 ,;' , •;... 4 `‘ -
. 4 ? ,
... . . • .
' ' 'l''' r Arri"dAl';l4 . -;dictpot.ror aver;
A.:).TALIGEL a! 0 . --, 'it4,o npArklillig A'OrP
, Videeirobe*"B A 1%,;1:14,;,:0;,6,..1.:4“.'.114aAN,1,:e
• - sr.. , =4.
0. 10... t. A. C. FETTEIi,
Iply of cver3 , article in
d ornatheld , d, clown
ich they eanoot fail to
NEW AND CHEAP
.10S. I). 11A LISEILI
4',ft1i' .. .6i . c:1-it'e"'.6.-: , -'.';—='' . "",.'‘..':' , .; , ' -- :1::
abcordingto.dwectibus; a,cuas Sort.hirs is ghar,
a n tee d: - ..,.,,, .
~•. -'. , ..1.t!./.'
. ..q. , . c; ,•,•,2„nv . •,:i..;.ne..,:;•,
Svstrtome or - Tne,litssmstl. , A coMmosi con=
a geet t re pr thieliflectiost le a kinder tonep e rms,,
er bearingiliiva sensitionoS it itifimilia4 nail.l
ed ; there is also a heat,:tengion arid throbbing in
the pari,varyingfroiroiriniderate degree of these;
-sensations_ to the 'lnes( eXarutiatiog- sufierhig4-7-..
"these are cans.c&by,liho great. fl ow of bloock-to
tho.parts. „ Somotimen the inner coat of the boniel •
protudos lir' every.- evacuation,jortninT.what; is.
called Prolepsus, or falling of the bowb e ; Wei is
thaeffect or long continUed irritation and weak
ness of that organ. 'ln sOniciinatanee q tbo' pane*.
.experiences nervous pains,which are irdes - ale,
bloond known only to the suflerer, winch cora 7
tnenccimniediately-after-an-evacuotion, and bon
lime from thirty minutes to severalimurs; these
sensations are very annoying and sometimes very
distresaiag. - Ting-disease, when - oflong - continn. - - - ;
nce,is-attended-bylittio-mended-weaknes# hi '
backi-irri tat ion of- the-k id heys-and-bladdeic-and
other organs in the vicinity, pain rnd numbness
tn - lhelegs 'and leic nense of straitner — ig - ahniii
the chest, and unnatural fulness of the abdominal
viscera, accompanied, with palpitation of the heart
and oppression. Individuals sometimes experi
ence, previous to an mulct of the Piles; symp-,
tents denoting great derangement in the circula
tion ; there is n sense of weight and pressure in
the abdomen, withi - riffeettlias, feeling of uneasi
vress-i-trtim-ima ds, hunbtipatimr.or - perinmumtat=-
tended with pain in the back and loins, nausea,
and slight paing in the stomach, pale' count°.
nanee, confused senations in. the head, weariness,
and inimitable and . discontented state of tlmmind,
and a sense of fulness and oppression in the Te
r.rion of the stomach. The circulation on the
surface is feeble, and the current of - bleed Amer- .
mined inward and downwards- . . .. ''. •
For all of. MO above diseases and complaints,
DT. DTIIAM ' S VEGETABLE EBEC:II.IhY-CUTCS.cf
fectuntly, and therCfore prevents riles, -
READ TEE TESTIMONY.
' Ifungpx, Dec. 11, 1801
GENxs:7-4. have used Dr. Upham's Vegetable
'find it one of.the best medicines in use foi the
Piles, slid also for bilious affections, arising from
an impute state of the system. Yours,
"E. A. COLE, Marble Dealer.
U. S. MArtsn,tl.'s °melt, N. Y.
Dec. 6, 1347:
Messrs. Wyatt .4.Ketcliam—Gentlemen, un
.derstandMg that you are the general agents .for
the sale of Dr. Ulthant.s Vegetable Electury,for
the cure of Piles, I have deemed it my•duty to
volume, r a recommendation in behalf of that in
valuable medicine. I have beets afflicted.for ma
nv years with Piles, and 11110 tried various reme-
dies, but with nd beneficial effects—indeed, I
began to consider my case utterly hopeless, Ilut
about the first of September last, I was prevailed
1 upon by..n friend to. make a trial of the above
named medieme. I took his advice and rejoice to
say that I am not poly relieved, but, as I beliebo,
perfilttly cured. I most earnestly recommend It
to all who may have the misfortune to be ulileted
with that annoying and dangerous disease.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant.
EMA CCREOF riLES : — TRIRTY YEARS
S f. 11111 is
Mount Washingitin, Berkshire en, Mass.?
November 29, 15.17, S
Messrs. Wyatt & K eteham—G en' s: For thirty
years I have been afflicted with Piles, general
debility and inflammation, causing tumors and
prolapses of the bowels, nod which had resisted
all the fluidic:ll treatment Dr. Chapman and oth
ers cmdd jvc. .The,last Aliree r years of that time
toy sufferings defy thiScription. I was confined
to bed, nnalle to help mysch, and at last' given
up by my pity:le:an and friends its-despair of ever
gaining health: in fact fur three days before -1
commenced using I tr. Upham's Eeloctuary, I
was - enttrely . .speechlesa and m.y burial clothes
were made. But under Providence, and the use
of Dr. I I pham's Klectuary, though an OLD TIAN,
I have the pleasure of stating the tact to thepnb
that my health is now good. and hope to live
many years, if it is kiod's will, to make known
the virtues of Dr. Upham's Electuary, and-to re,
commend it' to my. afflicted .fellow creatures, ' It
- -helped mo-boym,a --t he expectations- of-al l-that
knew my ease, and I can only say to others
that it is in toy opinion, the best medicine
in the world l'or Piles, or any other disimse of the
bowels; and it they will . use it according to the
directions, I will myself warrant a cure in every
ease. Yours, with the utmost expression of
C RNETAUS SPUR.
..ltramont, Berks co, Mass.?
Novo tither - 2.9, 16.17.+
The above ant-title:lto tells a simple - Idd truth
fat story of stacting mid relief, of which, as pity
sician and witness in the case, I cheerfully en
dors°. • • 1)11. CIW'MAN.
NOTICE—The genuine Upham's Eke Wary
hos his written signature, thus (in A. l'pliam,
M. D.) The hand is alone dune with a pen.—
Price till a box.
irr Sold wholesale and retail by WYAI'T &
lil•:'I'('11AM, ItH Fulton street, N. Y., mid by
Druggists generally throughout the United :itates
E1.1.1011', Agent for Carlisle.
.la - finn Is IS-1v
Stanton's Externai Remedy,
II U. V.l” S 1141.31WLE;VT,
now Universally acknowledged to Lc the
INFALL - 113LE REMEDY
For It beamed:on, Spinal Affections, Contractions
of the natles, Sore 'Throat and Quinsy, Is
sues, ()Id Ulcers, Pains in the Back and
Chest, Ague in the Breast and Face,
'Pooch-ache, Sprains, Bruises,
Salt Blicum, Burls, Croup,
Frosted Feet, and all
ITUNT'S LINIMENT is sustaining a notori
lY unequalled by any similar remedy. It,
requires nu pulling to give it n reputation, it has
been for sonic time silently and surely securing
it, and now, when its beneficial ellects have been
experienced by . so many; the expressions of grail
nude are continually %Meeting, and those who
have been made whole y its means are desirous
that the afflicted should nu longer remain igno
rant of its invaluable and infallible efficacy.
Mr. Geo. E. Stanton, the Proprietor, is con
stantly receiving testimonials of benefits received
front its use, and may of the cures it has e ff ected
almost exceed belidi. In one case a child had
been a cripple for eight years, having' wrendhed
thnspine, when nt the age of two }mars, by a fall
from a chair. Medical, treatmen failed, but four
bottles of the Liniment restored him tmetrerigth,
and he now joins witlt his playmates in their
yOnthful gambols, as robust as the healthiest of
them, and only a small hump on his back to re
mind him dins early sullbrings. Price d 5 cents
The Xurses• iPriend,
STANToN's PAPIGLAILY.O NTMEN T
acknowledged to be the most valunble reme
dy ihat has yet been discovered, and may be re
lied-tin midi:confidence by' all whO may have oc-
casion for its use in'enees of MILK Faveit,..A,out
IN ,THE BREIST,.BOIIE NIPPLIEI, &C. ..
Phis Ointment isirdrioillarly intended for those
compinints that °Mothers nre liable to during the
nursing of infants, and mny bo truly called "The
Nurses Friend. Prico.2s cts,.pei• hex. •' •
0. E. STANTON, Proprietor, Sing Sing,
New York.• , Sold by
J. Myers and Chas, Barnitz, Carlisle.
Edward, Scull; Shippebsburg
',Ddrinldria4 & Green, Pulinstown
A., Cathcart, Slie:,ho!•dEtown
G.' W.' Liiiinger,"Ctachiown
J. & J. Riegel, Mechanicsburg
M. Mom, Shiremanstown
J. 117: Clem, .Loesliurg
James Kylo, Jocicsonvillo' . jan 12 18421 F
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li.hitioaphii,!Wkaliiii-iii'llitOrM , h let - frond i ern!'
'Map) feettrreand:soltthe gennino AI koIICIFIT.
e.Tc/V,4iiiiith tho latest improvements. .After
inany.yearrt . „experhancelp:tho, manufacturp 0f...
these ; stoves; ho .ils;npwr , One bled i ; tO:offa r to ili is t
custoMers. the A.ilr.l.'iglit'Stoies - -' with ciVeis;'
suitablo, for dining rooms or n or:Bailee:4ln hoe'
'oleo the ArrTight/Slove cin'ttre Riidialer tPlarii ,
which makes a splendid and economical parlor
stove„to. which c ite ,weuld. call the particular.
'ottentinn - or those *ho l ‘i , ii.nt on oleg&nt and
cmfit' article folqbcir :parlors; also a large
all.of.wliteh ho will sell at the lowest cash pri•
Ces. The publid'would do well to call before
purolialing_clowliere7 -" -- -.-- . . -
Mr. P. would caution the.publie against Air
Tight - - Stoves mode7li.V—lnoirtittiviniiic,-rsTrio
thertiomut answer the purpose intunded•
September pck, 11347. ,' ' •
SKY-LIGHT DAGUERREO TYPES! •
Faire tif,the Franklin and Kmerican In
etilutes fo'r , the best and, most artistical speci
mens of Dagßirreetypc portraits.
he made by the sub:
scribers, and4ilekla peculiar to their• este bl
littliminialtndolviz:..A-N UPPER LIGHT, his
received Hie highetit .redontinendationis from
die' liras, on - it - also written lOstiirldhitilS froth
tlio first Artists in the country, as to its great
- superiority over the usual side light. The
peculiar advantage of. this light is that the
natural expression of the eye .can be obtained
inord perfectly than heretofore.
vited, whether desiring portraits, or net, to
visit our specking galleries, probably the ,larg•
est and most extensive in the United States,
and examine tor themselves the astonishing
improvemo - nts &ado by the subscribers in this
T. P. & D..C. COLLINS,
Propriettirs of the Uily Dsguerreinn Establish
merit, No. 100 Cliestist st., 2 floors below 3d,
Hover's First Rate Prethium
Slicer Mqal just awarded by the .ehncrican
Rift* Nov York, (1847.) -
ITE following testimony from distinguish- ,
ed Institutions spotkis fur itself: .
Lisixvcitst - ry or - Pit,oisicvsnrs, •
Philadelphia, May 11 ,1841.
flaring tried, - for some time, the Black Ink
manutitctured liy Mr. Joseph K. !lover, we have
found it well suited for manuscript, by Its run
ning freely, tind its exemption from coagulation.
lts Shade OISil we are well pleased with.
Faculty anal Pt of. of Anatomy
, .10111S' LUDLOW, Provost
SAM'L 11 WYLIE, Vice-Phis-3,s
HENRY REED, Seers:tau of the .
Faculty of Arts
110S1VELLPAIl1c ppor. -- 6r Nat:
Philosophy and Chemistry
W W GEIII I A Ill), Lecturer in the .
PENSIXYANIA MEDICAL COLLEfI
We fully concur in the above,
E AIM 'L. GEO. MORTON, M D,
Dean Of the Faculty
C prritat, lit on SCHOOL,
Af - McM (111:1111E, M 13, Pro -
AstEnterisi rum INSVIIIINCF. CO. PotTans t .ro ta .
Ct.'synsi !loon. PmLatu: '
D qt.:URGE, Dep, Naval °Meer
HOVER'S ADAMANTINE CEMENT,
,A Superior Arliele, ‘Varranted.
For Snle, holcsale mid Retail, at the :quint
et • or y , No. r}7 . , North Third street, oppotilit'•
- i.treel:rbibulelpbb4. by
.1-OSEIM 110VP.11, Mantilbetut:or
Philadelphia, Nov 17,1847
IMPROVED WIRE MANUFACTORY,
Sieve, Riddle, Screen nod Wire Cloth Ninnulite.
tore, Nn. 4.8 North Front street, between
tarket and Arch streets, Phiind'a.
'TOM subscribers baying tootle get at i mprove
.l. meats io the above business, ate now mono
facturing of asuperior guality,all kinds of 111.Ain
soil ORNAMENTAL IVI RE WORK , BREIII Re"RieVCS,
'Riddles, Sureties Eh, for all kinds of grain:keetls,
sand, ore,snuff,starth, briektiust &e. Founders'
Sieves of a superior duality constantly on hand:
Ise Safes, Wire Dish Covers, Soils Springs,
Twilled Wire toe.Bpark Catchers &c.
Osamu:N-I.AL WIRE WORK, such as Cages,
Nurscry Fenders, Ottrdeti Bordering, Flowur
.Stands,Trainerelliixpol for Grape Vines,
Ste. Also Wire I."Fifbing OP :Very description.
.c - Orders thosloly , r 'ivetitill promptly
exe'euted by . -f, r ' tATSIOON - 6.1 COX,
•Septeniber".2 , 2,.l4 ."
Cheap Wati4:,L:Aind Jewelry.
~1 j, A . to Fbiladelphia %Vetch
/: / .'
~ ~,14 4e 1 i0 9 n d eW SI St., comer o 9 f Q. 6 North
~.-. t ~--" i 1..: Gold lever Wateltea,fulli..l -
.1.'" , ....,_.- 1 ,'":::: ' oiled, 18 caret cases $45 00
' taint - dlt. '',... Silver Lever Watches,
• fOll jewelled • , ' 23 00
Silver Lever Watches seven jewels 18 00
Superior Quarter Watches 10 00,
Imitation quarter.Wittelies not warrenterr 5 00
Gold Speetuelos' . - ,',"'.. 800
Fine Silver Sdeetnefaa 1 75
Gold Bracelets . with topaz stencil .3 50
Ladies Gold reritihr,lo carrots,: .- 200
Gtild FingeHtint 374 cents to $B, Watch
Masses plain .igi,, la to 18,i; Lunet 25.
Other articles In'lngeportion. All goods - war
ranted to ho what thby aro sold for. •
On band snfpo , gnld and Sliver Levers, Ls.
rniles -and ciliiiirtiers lower than .the above
D. E. MOORE. , - 1 N. RISDON
itimaczzaziT TA xAckits,
N 0.70, Street, opposite the
• • 1313ichang.t, Philadelphia.
RSPIcret.PALII . aniiounets to their friends
Cud the 1)111)1113 that alley are constantly pre
pdred• to make io`order of the finest and best
materials, and. a ts• priceS,;evtiry. ail ole
of Fashionable Clothing: constituting p
which their. complete'stock
of choice 'and . cart:fullyselected Cloths, Coast
snares, :Veil:l44i Et of.the• latest: Mid. Most deli,
rattle mitterns,:sre particularly ,
Filen. own prattical:ttnowledge of.the business
and _personal attention to every garnienCtliables
them to, give entire satisfaction, and' to.hoth old
and. new customers they Cespectlblly tender au
invitation to gibe thetyra
..11avitig, betai-toC. refire connecteihvith
tba... best .and-rnostraildonal3l4 . establishinelits in.
'thisetiuntry, employ ing3one rate, work,
mien, and'being,irr the„goilskimt;tllnelpt. , ottli6
Wit Malden*, nu& beeV slYleivorgiloo3illibr are
fully pi•eseed iipidliii'modajo ctstitmeri
Philadelphia- A iigtmif I
I. article is now extensively used by : physician
and fnrithere)norar,nlid permanent cher
di Oinics po re state
or habit .ortlie — sys}elp;:(timvurrnp,tc,4l.t349
manufbc(tirer tube 'fivelirO 6 O - larwrigerlN r.noY
p repa.oati ou a., , o I:10113,So kikikexis t,,,st each.
.4ekNeti!peetain.'e quser i.,;l'ri,S!e4ll per of lq
.. • ; ;•; forsale4v., 0,1
~.;Tri!ly, 7 :0 3.4 A ; ''lsl , 4 l lA;s
~ 'ee,"l ,4 , R l Q 4 lli Ril(P'F.o.%os9r. 1.0 On t iN r ',lvect a, al
The pugUsh AtoneE,
1114.:•.11ak ealYl - 7-4141iititilent
TGie most hii`trbeetc
- used with Wooderfuraticcess in the curo
of smite `bf filo:hie - sat iintibriiiiiinddleendes With'
-; wltich the,borsii kiiiiffeatcid'i (With I: destroying. -
tho hair)tsuo . lt akloid -strp.o4 .
citlolnts, prfiductid,ly, the'oellar,anit
a'afdille; sirnirie Of, the .ihkelders,:etithi; hoof, ;
vs (aril •tiicbtriff- jniritSVstraiiis'.of
bone, knee;' and ' , fetlock,' ?eV
IL vary soPIPPIT..9P old or frosji,woutids,but4,
bruises; fistufes, poll' evil, enr,bs p rpto r , an .. cl divas
Insiant relief in the serittcheS, grease, etc., and
the diseaces incident to 'forbore haiink ‘thitri :
:feet and. noses_ produiced.. by_St John's .Wort,
which so often destroys tlio hoofoand .bones of
the feet, and resists the action orettlphur and
.ivitriaLointtnotits r and.:otlicii—rereedies-eiplift
-- No - application has Itertitofore -- ,prdyedTq.
nseful in relaying stiffness of the tendons ard
joints, and producingiouch itnncediate and
beneficial effects in craekod
' heels, broutht on
by, high feeding, splints and sprains.
This Bmbreertion is highly recommended to
farriers, 4eopers of livery stables, wagoners;
stage proprietors, and private gent:emennwn-
Ing borsess an invklginedy i _snd .
shonld be constantly kept in 11 4r stables .
'Also farmarp, whose horsiSs are sn litible to
kicks, CMS and wounds, will find it equally
advantageous to keep it constantly on hand,- , —:
Tt is equally beneficial in the treatment of
- working cattle, for galls, sore necks, cuts
.wotinds, etc. . ; ,
sale in-curikla -by-M:. -JOHN-3 :MY—
ERS, Sole Agent • . •• • , ,
'Jolly 21, 1847.
To the Citizens of Cumberland Co.
"There is somethipg more pacious than
Gold 'or DM/novas—l lEA LTI I •
111 . 12 stime : di.eases ilni:•v,sit us at flt:8-
toil seasoes or the year, and which not nufre
quently I/CI:0111V - alarmingly fatal, during the sum
mer and authinn months; espeCially,the )(lung;
there being not les, than seventy iliouscuti dying
soinually.with daraligeinents of the stomach and !
howelsatibite. Does not every (eating or our nag
(tire, become-enlisted-in 91c littunin iThstre-wles
sen this frightful trim Misty ,111.1, we not 1101111(1)T - '
every principle 'of religion to administer relief
when iu our power; and we discharge our hay
wit en' we - paint - outt lie - greatest - remedy ever yet
discovered, forthis purpose ,to the public. IF,
there he one, or if they have a friend, or a child,
or a neighbor, who may chance to rend this no
tice. that is suffering with Diarrhoen,l)ysentary,
Cholera :Morlius, Summer Complaints, f_folie,
Flatulency, Ste., Ste., then let them try Dr. Kee
ler's Cordial null Carminative, antrwe guarantee
a speedy cure.
. Lancaster Cr,.,. Neffville, Dee. 11,1846.
Dr.liveler—S metime last summer our agent
left.'me some,of your Infant cordial aiid Ustrmitt
ntire, orging,me to trr it. - It so happened that I
had It cnse; 0 young. child shout six months old,
whose stomach and bowels were inn very disor
dered condition, caused .by a deficiency of its
motlier% nill child was 14 mere skeleton,
Vlore was notch torminn, tenesmtls and coristalit
crime:loons. I. administered every medicine s I
couldthink of, will hut a slightalleviation orte
contplaint. I then thmight or giving . your meth
eine it trial. oommencing with small dose's.
soon Itoweer percelred the child could bear
foll.tiose-as recommended in directions; before
it had taken hall 0 hottle, the . stOnlach add billy
els had recovered their enteral tone, every mho'
bad symptom S'ieldcd,ntd the child rapidlj• re
• I have nojjesilation in s - nying.tha I your medi
cine is the. cry best far the almvs complaints I
have administered in n 31 yearto practice.
Very respectfully, your,:friel,(l,. - 0 • •
11. 13..1.19jFA, lAN", M. D.
Prepared earner of 3.! aMlS:cilitli streets, I'lol
- For sale whales . flea.pd'retnil r m.
ELLIOT, Carlisle; Dr. NiePIICTSOIa
hue')-; and by Druggistaimil Merchants thrOf*,
out the county.•
--July 21, 11117.-11na. .
GARLEGAN'S BALSAM OF HEALTH.'
An Appoveil Remedy.
71 1 two reasonstkik4y - `14,15 ,
—oil is, that most persons_w`lYb • °hava so,ight
it buy Regain, thereby showing that they re
gard it as it valuable Family medicine; the
other is that certificates are in the possession
oftlie l'roprietot of permanent cures having
been effected not only in persons afflicted for a
short time, but also in cases of Icing standing
It is composed altogether of a vegetable
matter, is perfectly baribless, can be taken at
all times, and is no hindrance to business. It
restores and revives the unimalsplrits,clerinses
the stomach from all morbid humors which
cause indigestion and acidities. It also re
nervons,,tremors, rhumatic pains, and
prevents their retail; cures all colice of the,
stomachs and bowelsolmost imim,diately takes
away palpitaticnvol the heart, and promotes
the free circulation of the blood.
The direction accompanying each lvdtle
confaine a number of certificates one of which•
is given in this advertisement.
DeAn :,—aboUt two years ago I was se
verely: afiliCtdd with . ispepsia, which I had
for the last fifteen years previous-to,the, above
named time, whieh was very much inereasee
by my having a blued vcssal 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 ahe Garbo.
glint's Balsam, I never ate a meal but my
stomach bciame so painful that I liail.iinrnedi.
ately to throw it up. Sceina"-Garlegand's Bal
sam advertised f was induced to- try a bottle;
after taken the very first doso it appeared to
strengthen my stomach; and every dose of
first. bottle helped mo so much that in the
uourss of n few days my punnet:lt began to
retain and digest every thing I ate. I conOnud
to use the Balsam until I used several bottles,
w Melt cured me entirely, tutu restored me to
perfect health, Mitch I liore•enjoyed eye e 'sineo,
and net neltire for fifteen years. IF cheerfully
°commend it to all -oersons who arti aietedtll
with divpetedit orsioutsch:'
„, R Y SN, nein Co. Vs.
Proporini and K nld by...the Proirr;elnr,JOllN
S. M I LT, , Mit Itt.t ?louse, Fred-
Md. and by SAMUEL. Er,tiorr, sole
agent for Cartiole,
March HI, 1897. •
To Country Phpticlans.
Y E.RS has just roccived in addition
a Br . to his tormer Mock, ti larga-asilortment
of DRUGS AND , AII39ICIX Eio. warranted
pure and frosli—among which nro all the re
. ent popular prdpiirations of the Profession,
Mach ho will ti;ell on as good tortilla a's any
(o . Physielans,arcioquosted ioexamine for
themselves. . .
lily 7, 1847:
• . • For..D:ppefitics and °them -
.IrUST roceivad . at. Dr. nyare' DrugStoro,
OJI choice article of Blaalc Tea, for Invalids
and dyspe'pljos. Also Old an d .Voimg
:July 28., 1847,•
'Cheap:Jar' ElEtztO .Tginblers, .
foiill6'fireservin4 Eteason. ,F,,or , , I
• • ', • JSJ C)l4
"" ijA,LeaL b• kL-200 tone
:Pilie'Grove *Limo burney4
wo T O SS , 0 , 1 1.-200 tone
TlVike6Vl:9°'- initious Coal,- .
1...5000 Wei Pitu •
ttrr. FoN &, 5. f, •
• 1847„ ,•„o.'ot
:'. : liki v il ; ie it iiiiia4d4'
. Lii0;..,131000..it arid . -1i 6 104 iris'
~ i . al
. - . ,i : i
. .' a is
:r.iTi,alqii a 1 iCI(
4p;,,, 4.. , V
; ; ,;- . -
'vvako;c!Ooitik , ,
.. • •;i I,iiuAytuNY+
''''; '. ;. -'.•,''.:.• '', r' , '•' .'.- . - - ...-':•;;; 1 5- 1-Tr'''.... , •','. ". : :: .'.,:-:•-..
::. - ••: • •:.!:',;,-' sti - :y.:;',..::;'.;:.',..•':: . ;;;,• , :: 7 • . . : . , -!):.:! 4 .,-:, , .s... - ,..:,-.." . .'.. ; . s:,:', -(,-,,
115-ItrAit'Q x plitfd t,t
- ` 4 . -I .7I . I.H"GUMI.IEIRLAN LYVALL4Y . ,
• r urid aTro I lett. rig bottrO .of
Ittanagres for the eneulittryettr;: !in
PreiitlentvSameel e Pre , .
. 9 idditti DRY' 11 11)-KN"Ftg4110g1 , A311144111!crl :A..
Green,' John' Zitg; ' Ahralintrt''hjiig Tilithartl
WOotla,: Starnudlllif ill kat' , • Vial libott•
Cayleollexaadett , Pathisan. „There,. 00 alp a
isumbev, Agettim, apßolatetl- i qt.?, adjteent.
OOlii i itOs';'itilio 'Will' recut ve ;appliCikwati. mitt in:
edrmtdo ropward.theth-J•ithnieliiiadirort np
troigil to.the office offhe Company ;3y ban the poi
te-y will pa isiUcd g 9 t ; farther
• i niVrtinitioti see the tiy:ie iit the Q . :intim fly:
I • /11109:'0;MILLE11•„Preit.
A. G. Al
The following goat) ein en hard ' been nppoloted .
- • AG ENTSA
:Li: Hi AV illiants,- AV ettipsllt4 o ro,_Gei
gent. .. .
A. Coyle, Carlisle,
Oeorgo Drintlle, Esq., Mon•oe.
Jos. M. Menni,Esq. Newburg.
John Clentlettin, Esq. Hoge/gown.
September - 29,1 M. 7
THE FRANKLIN FIRE *INSURANCE' u . ,
PHIL' AI/ELI - 44U ,
- Vharier - Perpetua4-540 0 i000 - caPitai - Paid - in'
Office 1631 Chunk street.
itetragatinat loss ordo magc by tire,on I'IWPERTV
rittl EFFECTS of est. ry 'description, in. town or
Country,on the most reasonable terms. ' Applica
tions Made either persottally, or by letter, will be'
,itrotuPtiy attended to. . ':• .
Rates of Insurance Reduced I
PERP ET UAL R ISK.
Brick or Stone dwellingsor stores
4 to 3 p c depos
do -do Churches • .121 to 3 .
do do 3 to
do do Barns- .4 to 5 do
do do Stables (private) 4 , to .• do
do do Stables (public) 6to 74. do •
• do , do Grist Mills.Vatteli,' -
Power " 70°10 ". do
AN WER.T. IIISK.
Brick or Stone dwellings:n n ut Fur-
niture from 30 to 40e $lOO value
do do Stores and Merchan
dize 35 to 50 do
do do TavernsandFurniture_L________
40 to Go do
do do Barnsepd Contents
'65 to 75 do
do do Stables (public)
100 to 150 do
do do Grist Mill and Stack.
- 75 to 30 - ' do
Frame and Log dwellings and For
- nitttre 50 to 75 do
do .do 'S
ores and Mershon-_
thze 65 to 65 do
do de Tavernsand Furniture
60 to 100
do do Barns - and Contents
90 to 100 do
do do Grist Mills Cod Stock
90 to 100 ' do
The subscriber is agent for the abovecompany
for Carlisle and iy‘vieinitv. All applicationsror
aysuranee either by snail ni• person:llk will be
prompily attended to W. 1). SEYMOUR.
June 1 V. 18.15. le-5.1
DELAWARE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO'Y.
On the Mataal in c pinciple, combined
with a lage
(0 t 1. Find-
* educed to nearly half the saal
ny the Act of Incorporation the stock is
pledged for the payment of -tiny basses
Which the Corhpany may sustain. And as nn
additional security to the assured; the act re
quires that the pritfils of the business shall be
litideel and roistrita With thifeurporation, as a
guaruntee end protection to the insured against
hiss. This -fund will be represented by scrip
issued by the Company, bearing interest notcx
ceeding six per cent. per annum. The insured
are entitled to a pro rata shore Mille profits of
the Company, and will receive that proportion
of the aforesaid fund
,in scrip, widen the
amount of corned premiums paid by him, beers
tothe total sum °learned premiums and capital
stock. . .
, The scrip thus lonia, to be transferable on
the books of the Company as stock.
No dividend of scrip can be made4when
the losses and expenses exceed the amdunt of
The insured nre protected front loss at tho
customary rates of premiums, toilliont any
individual liability or responsibility for the
losses, or expanses of the Corporation. The
assured have all the rights of membership,—
can vote at all elections, and aro eligible as
Directors of the Corporation.
The subscriber has been appointed agent for
ibis Company, mid as the mutual principle
q superseding every other mode of Insurance,
le would confidently recommend it to his friends
and the public.
The North American Cofftpany has close
their Agency. Those having policies expitin
in that office can have them renewed in th °
Delaware Company on much more favorab:e
For full particulars enquire either by letter
or person to ' JOHN J. 111VERS.
Carlisle, September 10, 1815.-1 y.
L LE.;\* 11.IST 11 0 1? Otl Gi 11
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
tn . . Allen and hastpennsborou. , ll ;Minna:ire
corporated by an act of Assembly, is now fully or
ganizeilomil to operationunder the numagetnent of
toe following commissioners, viz:
Cht.Stayintin,lacob Shelly,Wmlt Gorgas,Lewis
Illyer, Christian Titzel, M I loover,
LogaiOlichael Cock lin, 13eikiiimin ii AI ttsser,Lev:
Nlerkel,,lacobKirlt,Melchior Brett/Ants:lh nd Sao I
who vospettfolly ck I I tile attcution of tbe
citizens of Cult - Merlon(' IL Torkeonntiesto the ad
vantages which the company bold out.
The rates of 'tannest:are as low and favorable
a a any Conipany of kind in the State. Persons
wishing to become members are invited to make
applicatioit to the agents of the company who are
willing to Wait upon them - at any
JACOB SHELLY, Pres't.
floovr.w, Vice President.
Lewis Ilyer, Secretary.
Michael Iloornr,(lenerat Ageni,Menlioniesbti r i
Rndnlph''Yartlll,N. Utuberinini ton nship, '
P.l Coeklin, Allen .
Wm . R. G omits, Allen townsh!r.
Jam C Mien iqrtisli in.,
Peter liarrihart;Enst Perniehoro'lownship. .
fle;iry Zeatlitt. Shiremanstown,
Simon Oyster,',Worrni,eyiburg, ,
. . .
3tiCobKiik;GeuentlAgelttbi• York Cminiy,N)i;
.0 onstm P;O.
lievirt.toßim , York eount3'. .
John herr ink, York comity
'John ilankin,.York county;
Daniel - Bally, York connis..,-;f..
Phitinni i•ealtlii I I.c umbet`frnd : CAnilfji
Robert G..Sterrei,S. , l4l4djoinibiunikitil.
wilOo gilded hier'esitcr::
TOBACCO;.SEGA RS ,
- d-st s.A,s , T4tfof , Thlnut,",oo l !d!ra,t',3i l
-thapolfrand Catoodlubs`Lu llo l 4 u 4 Luz.
• , A 6f,„, brin4 . 6f, congress fives,
I)l)!:,4l4ll7fr*.tif7f "on , .( . 0:7 1 . ' 4 ,
0 0411r10041 , ‘Ylpfli
8 0 7:0
'and finifteramsli• Sessrs.er, the, host
I,4edittOVVTirloo'n loaf ; To'bacor, -,: 4114
't , h'i'ob-,thin-eubeoril oris proparol, to act!, an , 4:ilt
' ''clloooo to &IVO bite
'aiiiir‘ l o" • .9 0 1 ° , * n •Y •• • •
•, • :14,9 , sJNs 4
4 ri nF t *rli f ,_l l4 / B t, °I , iIe PV I V PI PP/ 1 1 , 7
ril Vii6Slri ? tfiaiiqiiTgA
Aug/13,Yi8P ',' •
• - •
EtETABLEAAPitiitat ILLS '
that at*.-Ike sittne;,,S
1' mime •
-purgespur ntl strength , Ate tarp
ltd:itf. , ,Trist ..-
lncab bran ~ .-di.n.ertc.6olie inihe
pills are,comp a sed,.ot.iniq InkredientOlit the
two • dee- Saroparilla , and - Chem, do . onited that` hey net together; the one.
through- ifttail;ni x:ture, With ol,hr,subatinices, pa
• rifying and purging, while the 'other, is strength
9tung thei - syoem. - ; Thus - those 'Dina are nt the
- addle - time . ,tonic and :,41p9nlak d'. ,a desideratum ;
long eagerly - Ought for by medical men, but
11mi - before discovered. In other words they ilo
the work eitwo medicines, ROA() t I much
ter than any, two WO icnoy•of: for they re move r ,
nodung Boni -the -system but the itnpurittea,44-.
that ,while they purge they strengthen; and hCtlce
,they. cause no debilitation, and- ate 'honeyed-, by
sio reaction. :lle. Le. Roy , s Pills Etttzn,Wtinderl
01 Influence on the blood; they not .olliv lawny
_remove. alLnex. : .
leusyttrtiolesdrom the chyle belare , it ideonve;-
bud into Plitt, and thwantite_fwmdre_klbthil_atl__ _
nth* filpebalbiTiTry•; As there id no
be there is do nausea- or *keen attending- the, •
operstiohs of this most excellent of niedientes,
which bever strains or. toritarps the dignatic fund. ;
tiolts,but causes them to work , ln a perfectly, ant ;
aural luannert null Ilene° posons lakhil Mein ,de
not become pale and einttelbted, but the contrAry,`
ft r while it is the property of the Sarsaparilla; •
united as it is with etherdngredients, 'to removc,
- all - that - iirforeignrand - impure;it — h — etputilutl% -
. property of the Wild Cherry to retain, nil th at ssi
natOrrill mat sound ; and hence n. robust , 'state o_
health is the cur tale result of their *united'opera-
tions. • _ •
For sale 'in Cnrlislc 4 Dr, J. .7. Myers, sole'
.tent, and by Eibv null Kishinger,in - Kingstorn.
geier(1.13443 . x 125 els: - —. •' •
---enrits7Feb4MlB4•7;; , ----- , - -',
hilAtitsitß - $.l4OmENt.
IT bas.pown• to (muse all extern:ll SOIIIIS,
senoiuLO US. huinor. •• " "1N DISEA SFS,
POISONOUS WC" — 4thgrg..o.thszir4Lgt_____
r ( rant ers, mil
It is rightly , „ing, for there is
Benrcely a diaease,•exterattl or internal, that i•
will not benefit. have used it forthelast tear
teen years for :31 diseases of the chest, Ccipsump
lion and liNer L involving the utmost ilanirr and
responsibility, and I declare before heaven Mid
man, that not one single casein's it failed to Lett ,
efit when the patient was within the reach of
1 have had phYs'eians fearnedin the prpfersien:
ihave_lind minlnntcrs_.otlibpGnsml,.lAtigetr of the
hench,Aldermen„ La wyers, gentlemen. of the
highest erudition, and pulthutimef the poor use
kin every variety or way and there has been but
-one voice—one univ WI sal voice—say ing,-!‘ Mc-
Allister, ynur Ointment is GOOD." •
CONSCM elm hardly be credited
that a salve - s emi have . nnT effect upon - Me lungs'
sealed ns they are tel the system. lint, , if
placed upon 'the chest, it petietrntes to the lungs
sdparntes the poi sass s particles that are consu
ming them, and expels them from the system.---•
It is curing persons of Consumption continually.
HEA DA CH he salve Ims cured persons
of the' headache of 13
, ye tt r:ti, smutting. and who
hail it r,gular every 'Wee E that voMithig 'often
Deafness .and helped with like
• I, • N removes almost imme
diately the Intl:motion and swelling open the
pain ceases. • Ilea . cdireetimi around the box.
'COLT) FEE . asumpti on , Liver Co -
plaint, pain in th t or sic 1. of the
hair one or the other al Was 4 COM
ea..' (This ointment "IT
a sure sign of diseaJe to have.
In scrofula, old soreS, zu.), sipelas, sahrhettm,
Leer complaint, sore, eies,.ipi nu, Fork !Itra t t.,_,
bronchitis, broken or sore breast, piles, all PITA
diseases such :14 and, ma, oppressions, pain -.-also,
sore hps,chapped hands, inmors r entancons crop •
(tons, nervous diseases null of the spine, there
no medicine-now known as good.
'ase mit T. l rases (list ;tomtits defied ever',' tiling know a, at - Well as the
ability di 15 or 80 docts. thin man told us he
had spent ssoobn his iMiidrell Wit/19111 any Lein,'
fit,-when a few boxes Of ointment mired them.. -
14.ALDNTE•SW.--lt o ill restore the hale sooner
than an.' roller thing.
HU is the hest thing in the-world hip
Barns. (11 , ul the directions:ll.mM the hos.
WORM S.=-It w i ll 1111‘e tA cry_ vesttgeof them
-- There iv tirolothly nn modet-lite on llie face nt
the earth at once no sure and so safe in the expul
sion of WOrtllB.
COHN S.LOccasioiq use of the Ointment a ill
nlwa) s keep corns Irtint growiti,;. Prople nerd
never he tvotillisnl Mith r illent if tian will use it.
are yearly . cured by wig.
JAMES MCALLISTER & GIS:•
s o l e prop! klors of the 0b.% e
CA CTION --No OINTAIKNT n ill be gebu-'
no indess the names or James NivAllistor or
names McAllister & Co., are written mitt, a pen
upon every babel.
Sold by Sarnnetbllliot, S. W. Harcrstiek n ul
Dr. J.A. Myers, in Car'isle,l, & L. neigel, Me
chanicsburg; Sipgiser & Pr al,.Churebtown, and
John Duller. Niatallle.
AS A FURTHER E VI DE NCE
That the principle °retiring di he:lse by clean , -
iug and purifying the body. is -strictly in accor
dance with the laws which govern the animal.
economy; and if properly carried out by the use
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS,
Will certainly result in the complete abolition tit
disease •we a . m. the follow int , testimonials, from
persons of the highest respecaildy In New Sort:
who hove recent ly been cured or the most on-ti -
tithe imauplaints, solely by the use of Wright's In
dian Vegetable fills of the North American Col
lege of I leyilds.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES.
/rum Nii.w ink City .
DA. WM. \VIt I OUT I . Si V,— At your re
commendation:l sometime since made trial ot
Wright's hullo) 'Vegetable l'ills, of' the No,ih
American College of Health, a Illt eau conscienti
ously assert that foi'l'iirirving the ,
blood and rot.
Dimling the system, I havii received 'more benefit
from their use thrill from any other medieine H has,
heretofore been my good fortune to meet •iyith. •
1 am, dime sit, yitlimumy thanks, yonr obliged
friend, ''- 'O4llll ES ALMATit:
1)e have been afflicted far several
years with inward ‘renktiess and general debility,
accompanied with pain, in lite side duel
other distressing_complaints._ After having tried
various medicitieaw,ithetil effect. 1 was pt•rstiaded•
by ft friend to make Wright's lodine'
Vegetable Villa, which 1 am happy .to s ate have
relieved me In a most wonderful manner:- I have
used the medicine RR yet but a short timer and'
hate no dould„ by a persevcreneesin. the 'Lc
medicine ;metalling to directiotta,thakt,slnlll
short time hemerfectly,reptilre& •
1 mast willingly recommend said Tills'.,ta .14!
persons similarly afflicted, titid,f
that the Same b.aietiouk , resuitslulif ltieie
Ire tnoi :1; v n4re shicet , elyi •
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