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Olt a recentueli ediiion of his Poems, Prof.Lono-
Smow, one of our hipPlestPoets, thus apostrophi•
sea the Union of he States.•
utiiii; too, insitiin; otiehip of State!
Sail on, od'Ustort, strong and greet I
humanity with all Its fears, "
With all the hopes of future years,
to hanging'breathless on thy flits I
We know what master talll.thy keel,
What workmen wrought thy ribs of steel,
Who made each mast and, sail and raps.
What anvils rang, what hammers beat,
In what a forge and what a heat
Were shaped the anchors of thy hope
Fear not each trodden sound and shock,
'TO of the wave and not the rock ;
- trio but the flapping of tile sail,
And not a rent made by the gale t
In spite of rock and tempest roar,
In spite aflame lights on the shore,
Sail on, nor fear to breast the seat
Our hearts, our hopes, are all with thee
Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers, our tearer
Our Stith, triumphant o'er our fears,
Are all with thee—are all with thee!"
From the Auditor deueral'e Report for 1840.
Taxation & School Appropriations.
Statement showing the number of taxable per
sons ; the valuation of real and personal es
tate for taxable purposes; and the aggre
gate amount of State tax assessed in the sev
eral counties of the Commonwealth, for the
year 1848—together with the amount of tax
received from each county, during the year
1849 ; and the amount . of Slate - , appropria
tions to common schools for therganie - ieer.—
We have-omitted=the fractions in this:table--
23,111 . 22,716,368
Judie tta, '
• Lebanon, , w
Forest (new) ,
Lebanon, 23'338 19,591
Lehigh, 25,231 19,192
Luzerna, 13,654 14,288
Lycoming, 11,467 9,464
1,740 ,*" _534
Mercer, 13,D7r4 t . 11,252
Main, 12,sar ^';'.'l2„o7B
Monroe; 4,350 5,545
Montgomery 48,556 36,557
North's'' , pion 39,646 37,655
Northued 13,227 12,951
• - Perry 9,323 5,182
Philadelphia, 407,909 375,683
Pike 2,036 1,654
Potter 1,805 53
Schuylkill ' 23,588 16,231
Seine rse t 7,919 11,582
Sullivan 604 205
'Susquehanna 7,042 7,185
Tioga 3,447 1,520
'Union 18,123 28,742.
Venango - 3,667 1,307
Warren 3,577 - 1,334
Washington • 25,766 • 37,686
Wayne • 3,360 1,854
Westmoreland 19,146 13,236
Wyoming 2,95U 2,503
York •-• 30,666 19,673
THZ PUBLIC LANDi.—From the Report of
the Commissioner of the General Land Office
it appears that during the past year upwards
of six millions'ot acres of land were adver
tised for sale, and Mole than six and a -hall
millions are prepared for market, a gre•
part of which Will be proolahned during the
ensuing year. The report shows that th
quantity of iend disposed of in 1847, by wa
• rents eqiiktient to cash, amounts to 63,5 96 ,-
264' cihanOe.:lB4B to $482,01'8 • 29. In-the
'; three Month? of 1848 it amounted to 83,.
' 937,16(00, and in the first: three • months: of
• , . 1849 it amountd.to - $4,297,737 28 ; showing
posed of keeps pace with the increase of pop.
Illation . , and:, the .consequent !Aus of the
comintusity. " ,
.HOPE YDR figarr..- I ;46ere a
try more thin•
sax thousand leraelited, and
. • this number is swelled monthly by emigrants
horn pancer Europe:'• There are mere
. 03,0luddred'orthe niduril:deeoendents
01'41'01/MU 10.0iir oountry,•who have .em:
• . braced „the goiPel 01-Jesus Christ. Of thie
• ' there are more than twenty preach
.' . Jeeps;of Nazareth, as the Saviour of men;
--'4 , remarkable-nunibet to the whble number
, ' , ,ol.reenverts; shadowing-forth. our expects..
thins , when' the millions of
k ; ':illidehlshell be - grafted into the'symbolloal
tree. this number, also, there are
eix•in"a"course of *operation for ihe Berle
• encouragement Ohristiankhave
y : 10laborfo 'to'e conversion -; . this people, il
4 6 ite , filtii 41, 1hose,Who-einbratur ohnstianity
• ;r .
ALL the oriticisa yet expended. on the
Preside:Mt !Message`. is confined to a verbal
erros , which,Priginated- in 01113:.(1G.ihe.;...offices,
where the document was printed! If this
isn't doing.i.larrte basinees on it' Capi
itch we'don?tkunw What ie.
Suicides—The number of suicides in the
United States, for the, month 'ending .wa
nesday last was 18=14 men and 4 women ;
8 hung themselves; 5 jnmped into the water,
3 cut their throats, took laudanum, and 1
blew his brains out.
Come at Last.—A Western orator nommem
ces his harangue thus: "The important ori•
sirs which were about to have arriven have
A New Name.—A Western editor calls his
local news "City brickbats and pobbleb pick
ed up in the street." •
LATEST ARRIVAL BY THE STEAMER CUMBERLAND
THE Cheap Family Grocery . Store of Jo
sepli D. Halbert, West Mom street, Car
lisle, has just received a largo and fresh supply
of the best FAMILY GROCERIES -that the
Philadelphia markets can afford.. The subscri
bar has just returned froth the city. and would
respectfully invite hip friends and the public
generally, both in town 'and country, to call
and examine for themselves his large and in
creased stock, which embraces all the articles
usually kept in his line of business. Such as
alta,,Java and.StD.orningo and Laguira Coffee ;
Imperial, Young Hypon and Black Teas, of
very superior quality and flavor ; Layering's
crushed, loaf, falling loaf, and loaf sugars, or
ange grove, clarified New Orleans and brown
Sugars of every grade and quality, with price to
suit. Honey, sugar house, Orleans and syrup
Molasses. Spices of all kinds, which he will
warrahtipure and fresh ground. Brooms, Ce
dar and painted buckets, churns, tubs; half
bushel measures, butter bowls, butter prints,
butter ladles, wash rubbers, &c Clothes,
fancy serving, traveling and market baskets of
all kinds. Castile, fancy, rosin and country
SOAPS. Also, a general ap ti ornnent of chewing
and smoking TOBACCO, spanish half spanish
and common CIG - A - R.S. Boned twines, and
Brushes of all kinds. ‘'Prime CHEESE always
on hand. Sperm, Winter, strained Elephant
-and Common OILS.
GLASS, QUEENSWARE.—I have also
added to my already largo stock, a number of
now patterns of White Granite and fancy tea
sets. with CROCKERY WARE of every de
scription, which I will sell at the lowest - prices
Feeling grateful for 'the liberal patronage here
tofore bestowed upon hiin by a generous public,
the subscriber tenders them his hearty & sincere
r thanks, and hopes that in his efforts to please
and particular attention to business, to merit, a
continuance of their support.
Oct 3, 1849. JOS. D. HALBtRT.
JV°E GOOD S.
THE subscribers have just returned from
Philadelphia with a splendid assortment of
goods for gentlemen& wear, with which they
intend offering great inducements to the citi
zens of Carlisle and the surrounding country.
They have on hand an assortment of
11. at CZ) UP LS ZIT CC%
such as dross coats, cloaks, over coats, vests,
pants, shirts, bosoms, collars, under shirts,
drawers, gloves, stockings, silk and other cra
vats, pocket handkerchiefs, suspenders, hats
and Caps, trunks, traveling bags and umbrellas
all of which articles they intend selling at a
, very small advance on city cost,, having for
their motto "stool! profits and quicleseles."—
They wish it to tic- nriderstood-thartytr-tlotb
ins. is a". manutwured under their own super
intendence, and not in the city, hence they are
enabled - to warrant every article they sell.
Having an experienced cutter engaged in
their establishment, they are prepared to make
—to-orderriuy stride 6f - clothing in a neatTfash
ionable and substantial•manner and at short no
tice ARNOLD & LIVINIONT
North' Hanover street directly o po T sit° P.
Monyer's Confectionery Store. [00,3' 3m
1 563 364-
2 421.0' 6
GREATEST BARGAINS IN CLOTHING
rg - 10 the citizens of Carlisle and surrounding
1 country ! Just arrived a large and splen•
did assortment of fashionable ready-made
CLOTHING, for the fall and winter trade, at
the ptore of S. Goldman, south-east corner of
Main street and Market Square, Carlisle.- ,
The undersigned, respectfully informs the citi
zens of Carlisle and adjoining country, that he
has just arrived from Philadelphia, with n lame
assortment of Fashionable Ready Made ClM
ing, which for cheapness and --quality never
has, been witnessed in this place, such as
French, ,German and American Cloth DRESS
AND FROCK COAT'S, Over Coats, and
BUM:TORS Coats, of all descriptions, Cloths,
Cassimergs, and Satinet Sack Coats, fine bl'k
and fancy cassimere Pantaloons, superior
satin and Euriped silk velvet cloth and sattinet
VESTS. Also, a large assortment of fancy
Handkerchiefs, fine white Linen, Striped and
red flannel Shirts, cotton and woollen night
Shirts, Drawers, Bosoms, Collars, &c.
Beautiful fall "style of HATS & CAPS,
will be sold at prices cheaper than any where
else. Gentlemen are invited to call and exa
mine his goods, as he is sure, that those who
buy will go away with - a good FIT and cheap
Sept 26. '49.-6m
Tax re- Sehool-ap
- 9,408 2,726
2,233 ' 1,889
2,639 ' 1;054
24,538 • 3,307
10,884 ' 3,022,
& L. STEINE.II. respectfully inform
ITI• the public that they have opened a new
Clothing Store in the room lately occupied as
the Post Office, in South Hanover street, and
have on hand a very late assortment which
they will sell as cheap as can be had in anyWy
in these United States. ,
Come one,.come all,
And give us a call,
And you will be pleased to see,
Clothing, as rheap and as glans can be.
CARLISLE FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOP.
5,3 , 17
THE subscriber continues the manufacture
of CASTINGS, at his Foundry in High street'
and having now on hand a full assortment of
Patterns,• is prepared to furnish all kinds of
IRON' AND BRASS CASTINGS in the
best style. and and at the shortest notice. Ho
has now on hand a large assortment of Cast
inge, such as Corn-crushers, Mill Gearings and
Gudgeons, Pldugh castings, Points, Shears and
Cutters, Wagon and Coach Boxes, cellar grates
Oven Doors, cask Weights, &c. Cooking
Ten-plate and Coal Stov •He also builds
and repairs S, Threshing Ma
chines and oree•Powers, with ovary
other kind of Machinery. at the shor
test notice- Old Iron. Brass and copper taken
in exchange for work. CO - Having purchased
all of Keony & Co.'s Patterns, persons wishing
to have them will hod them a* my shop.
augB6mos F GARDNER.
THE NIAGARA SHOWER-BATH.
An entirely new Article for Shower-Ba
thing, with warm or cold Water.
IiCirTBIS Bath took the premium at the Fair of
the Franklin Institute, FhiladelPhia, October
1848, the only Bath that ever took a premium
at that institute and also :took the first premium
at the Fair of the Maryland Institute, Novem
A groat and important improvement is made
in this Shower-bath over all others, by throwing
the water immediately on the body, without
wetting the hind, unless at the will or pleasure
of the bather; but a,greater pointis gained by
being enabled to bathe with warm water, which
no other Sliower-Bath is adapted to—and most
of all the Bath,cart be,moilicated without Injury
,to the hair,
Many perions connot taken cold batlr-.their
ease is met in title as they can 'regulate the tern
perature- orthe water to, suit their "wish;, and
.•corninimee - bathingTet-any7season -- Cf - the - y , ear
without any. unpleasant result. Ladies can. hive
•the adVantage df bathing witheat'weiting the
head or .covering the ettme. ~•.•.• •
The arrangements fire'simple•CheCimpleto
and not; liable; to get out of order. The -Bath
can be adjusted- to suit any height, from.a small
child to the tallest person. „When the. door is
Closed, tho'hxtures.are h idend:'the outside , up,'
• courant* is - that of a, neat clock, 'of furniture. .
They. have ; receiv e d , the approbition,of times
r a t medicalgentlemen4others are requested to
,call and examine , thern,'"Manufaishired hy
Patentee. -EPHRAIM LARRABEE,. •
-.24 South Overt street, Baltimore. •
.BATHING.—Reed what Arrnstio4oeye t
Do not omit, ye.Whiri Would health Secure,:
daily:fresh , Cblutiap; that shall cleat , •
The "sluices of the skin t..etiough'te keep • 1.
. The body saciedfrom undecent soil.
Still,to be, pure : even if it - did not coeduce. • ' •
,As Muck (as it does) to health,. very *ready ,
• your daily plied l 'tie this eilorns,thkrichi.-•
The want el , this ufpover , , r e•woret fee,
WitWthisieitternal virtue;ego mammies.'
~A•dtitelqo4-- " Without, i t,louth, and ehirtili!
..Tiintlary, .3, 849...4 • ••;"•! •
GROCERIES I GROCERIES I
SAMUEL GO LDM AN
(Nothing ! Clothing I Clothing !
NEW CLOTHING STORE•
The Girer& Life" lesuribieti? Wnnuity
and t: Oompant'•ol-••Phillar
Office Aros..l •••, Street; . arta? 8300 . --1
000.,• •atarter, Perrlual:. '
CONTINUEto "makelnsurancee on. Lives
on the most fairoardble . .ferml: ;receive and
execute Trusts, and receive: Deposits on Into-
The Capital being paid Up and invested, to
gether with accumulated premium fund, affords
a iskracx SECURITY to the insured. The pro•
mium may be paid in yearly, hall yearly, or
", The Company add a BONUS at stated pe
riods to the insurances for life. This plan o
insurance is the most 'approved of,. and is more
generally in use, than any oilier in Great Bri
tain, (where the subject is best understood by
the people, and where they have had the long
est experience,) as appears from the fact, that.
.out_of--1.11-Life-Insurance-Companies there, of
all kinds, 87 are on this plan.
The first BONUS ix as approprjated inpe=
cember,lB44, amounting to 10 pet' cent. on the
sum insured under the oldest polices; to fit per
cent., per cent., &c,.Stc., on others, in pro
portion to the erne of standing, making an ad
dition of $ 100;.$87.50; $75, &c., elfe. to every
$l,OOO, originally insured, which is an average
of more than'so'per cent on the premiums paid,
and without increasing the annual payment to
The operation of the BONUS will be seen
by the following examples from the Life Insu
ranee Register of the Company, thus :
— Sum Bonus or Amount of Policy
Insured Addition Bonita payable a
the party's decease
$l,OOO $lOO.OO $l,lOO 0
2,500 250'00 2,750'00
4;500 400 . 00 4,400110
2,500 175'00 2'175'00
5,000 437'50 5'437'00
Pamphlets containing the table of rates
and explanations of the subject ; forms of ap
plication, and further information cnn be had a
the office, gratis, in person or by letter, ad
dressed to the President or Actuary.
B W RICHARDS, President.
JNO F JAMES, Actuary.
THE Allen and East Fennsborough Mutual
Fire Insurance Company of Cumberland county
incorporated by an act of Assembly, is now fully
organized, and in operation under the manage
ment of the foliowing commissioners, viz:
Jacob Shelly, Wm R Gorges, Michael Cock
' lin, Melchoir Brenneman, Christian Stayman,
Simon Oyster, Jacob H Coover, Lewis Hyar,
Henry Logan, Benjamin H Musser, Jacob
Kirk, Samuel Prowell, Joseph Wickersham.
The rates of insurance are as low and favors-
Ale as any Companiilf the kind in the State.—
Persons wishing to Moms members aro invited
to make application to the agents of the compa
ny, who are willing to wait .upon them at any
JACOB SHELLY, President
HENRY LOGAN, Vice President.
LEWIS HYER, Secretary
MICHAEL COCItLIN, Treasurer.
Cumberhihd count y.—Rudolph Martin, New
Cumberland, C B Herman, Kingstown, Henry
Zearing, Shiremanstown, Robert Moore and
Charles Bell, Carlisle. Isaac Kinsey, Mechan
icsburg. Dr. J. Ahl, Churchtown.
York con Sherrick, Lisburn, John
Bowman, illsburg., Peter Wolford, Franklin,
John Smith,"Esq., Washington, W S Picking,
Dover, Daniel Raffensberger, J V, Craft.
IlarriAurg.—Houser & Lochman._ -
Members of the Company havin 'Policies
bout to expire can have them renewed by mak
ng application to any of the agents.
THE SYMPTOMS OF WORMS
- A re the tongue often white and loaded; the
2 - 1. breath heavy and foetid; a disagreeable
or sweetish -taste in-the mouth; occasionally
thirst; the appetite extremely variable, some.
times remarkably defleientoind at others vo
racious. There is sometimea_a sickish feeling
with vomiting of mucous; iliaulence of the
stomach and intestines; pain in the abdomen;
swelling and hardness of the abdomen; the
bowels are irregular; the stools are slimy; and
there is an occasional 'appearance of worms
in the evacuations; the urine.itoofien milky
and turbid; there is frequently itchiness of the ,
fundament and nose, which is often swollen;
there is occasionally disturbed. sleep, with
grindiig of the teeth, and sudden awaking in
a fright. There aro, at times, headache or
giddiness, ringing in the ears, or even dekf
nese, faintness, convulsions, drowsiness, indo
lence of manner, ill temper. In some 'cases
epilepsy and cholera, and even apoplectic and
paralytic symptoms, and several of the signs of
dropsy of the brain and catalepsy appear con
fleeted with worms. Frequently, there is a
short dry cough, and pleuritic pains; some
times feeble and irregular pulse, palpitations
and an irregular fever ; the countenance Is
generally pallid or sallow, and somewhat bloat
ed, and there is occasional flushing of one or
both cheeks. Any one of these signs is Indi
cative of Worms, and the most effectual bes t
and cheapest remedy is Dr. John J. Myers,
Worm Tea, prepared by Dr. J. W. RAW
DINS, at his Wholesale and Retail Drug Store
Carlisle, Pa., and none genuine, without his
written signature. The Proprietor of this
'medicine is so confident of its superiority to
any other Worm Meffipine now in Use, that lie
will cheerfully 'mods; THE MONEY in' any
case in which his Preparation fails to give
equal satisfactions, This Worm Tea when
made according to the directions, is pleasant
and will be taken by the most fastidious child.
Each package contains sufficient medicine for
the cure of the must obstinate 'case. Price
only 25 cents a paper. Druggists and Store
keepers supplied on the most reasonable
terms. , may23'49ly.
A Purely Vegetable Medicine.
ORSD ELL'S VEGETABLE REsTo-
, v RATIVE PILLS nave been gradually
,but surely comeing into favor, among the fami
lies of this Country-for sdme years past. They
have done this entirely through their groat worth
as a FAMILY MEDICINE. Agencies have
been appointed but no puffing and humbug such
as is resorted to by quacks to sell•their medicine
has been done. The pills aro offered for sale
and have and willcontinue to be sold by all t t:e
principal storekeepers. The proprietors claim
for their Medicine the following advantages over
all others—viz; They aro PURELY VEGE
TABLE. They are CFRTAIN TO OPE
RA IT. Their operation is FREE from all
PAIN. They can be used with EQUAL BFN
EFIT by the YOUNGFSTINFA NT and the
S VRO NGEST MAN—Their efficiency in Fe
vers, Ague. Headaches. Habitual Costiveness,
Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, &c. has been pro.
ved upon thousands. They are a •Certain Cure
for Worms. The proprietors possess a certifi
cate from a gentleman in St. Louiswho was cu
red of a TAPE WORM by the use of them, •
TRY THFM THFY WILL NOT FAIL.
Travelling agent for the State of Pennsylva
nia—Cnehr.EBP. AMET. For sale, price 25cte
a box containing FIFTY PILLS., with full di,
rections by the following agents in Cumberland
For sale by DR RAWLIN'S Carlisle, Pa.
JOSEPH H. HEREON,—New.vile.
W D E HATES,—Shippenebnrg.
A WEEKS & Co,
Proprietors, Laboratory, No 141 - Chestnutstreel
January, 24th, 1849,
13131ETALO COMBS. •
JUST' received a •general.: assortment of
bandanna Buffalo Back Combs, also, imitation
, Buffalo Combs, -, of beautiful 'patterns and
great variety. ;. *:
. . , .
ings,'Pillow. Case - Linens aud Mualins r ealea
,Tou!'elling in groatyoriatrjuat ermined ;:.,'
'—i'eredor : Vinegar of 'exooltarcfuolity jug
n0v . 28 . G
rinpE subscriber has' for greet variety
• of - throfeplylOTOCHlNG and .CARPET
YARN; of all , col Ors (his own coloring),,and
full.outs. Carpets mode. frotn,3l+lo. der
yard:: :Weaving ind'eoliAing done-us .
nov7 I: ; HENRY HARKNESS,
APREliar eiv . iily•of 'Cod Liver Oil,
.warraptid genitals just retetved at ,
;,,novlt • , ELLIO'1"1"13;
BD first of,January. six go , :new
MlrOfould'ers; Ofirlisle Foundry ' , to
whOirinboinV funs nionthiir work andliberni we-,
gon'wfil be glYpo.,', , y F::'GARp;slp l ,4, )
'Adioesito,(Yni4}linin,:y ono itiOnill','sp4',Aiin,d
to, this otfinO4o,s',.policso‘ion,;,, , : A
Oundt. VallylVtansportition Howie .
~, • ERR', Forwarding end Commission
. • Pa.•informs hie
friends the.,publie, that from' the liberal pat
'renege extended to him during. the past. year he
has been encouraged to, make more extensive ar
rangements for the Present season, and has ad ,
ded two new,. large and splendid Boats. to his
LINE, and will be fully prepared after the op
enintof .the Canal, to forward rRQDUCEand.
'ME CHANDIZE of all hinds, to 'hind from
Plillelphia, Baluiraore, Pittshargh; &e., at the
lowe'st rates of freight and with the utmost des
Agents for Boate l
CARLISLE. 4 c.. GA SKELL,
Rem street Wharf, Philadelphia.
GETS & SON,
N 0., Co mem W
et. harf, Baltimore.
C RK & SHAW,
J. MePADDEN & CO.S . Pitts'g
WUNDERLICH & GRIER,
t No. 272 Market et., Philadelphia.
CHALORER & REYNOLDS,
No. 423 Market st., Philadelphia.
SITER, JAMES & CO.,
Broad street, Philadelphia.
PENN'A. fv. OHIO LINE, •
North street, Baltimore.
Harrisburg, March 29,-1848:=IT:
J. I'. JII.X.LER,
General Commision and Formiurding
Merchant, 1 1 / 4 1o.F3owlir's Wharf,
EflOR the sale of Flour, Grain, Clovorseed
IL' Whiskey, Lumbler, &c. &c. Also, for.
warding Goods, via Tide Water Canal and
Salt, Plaster, , &e. &c. Supplied at lowest
Having been engaged in the above business
during the last five years, a continuation of the
patronage of his friends and the public is re.
FUNK & MILLER,
& E Ear, Harrisburg
Bruntr & ZEIGLER,
JACeB RIME'S, Carlisle, Pa.
A. CATHCART, 'Sheerdatown, Pa.
GEORGE SINGISER, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Feb. 14-1 v:
Het's Embrocation for Horses.
THIS valuable EMBRO-
C2WCION will cure Sprains.
'OPP , Braliips Cuts, Galls, Swell
• , mg, -PR eumatism. and all
•ee., . complaints which require an
external remedy. It gives immediate relief to
the Scratches, and the incident to Horses haVing
white feet and noses, produced by the St. John
Wt,rt. It braise highly useful in relaxing stiff
ness of the Tend Ons and Joints and produces
beneficial effects in cracked heels, brought on
by high.feeding, splints,sprains. This Enna°
PATTON is recomended to Farmers, Farriers,
Ketipits of Livery Stables, and private gentle-
men owning Horses, and should be constantly
kept in their stables. Tho GENUINE arti
cle Is prepared only by W. MARSHALL, No 302
Race et. Philadelphia. And for sale wholesale
and retail at DR. RAWLINS' Drug Store W
Main street,. Carlisle.
March 14-Iy. •
IVlcAllister's all Healing Ointment
fi rt THE WORLD'S SALVE, contains no
Mercury,—Thre following Certificate is
from a regular Physician, of extensive prac
tico in Philadelphia :
JAME*/ IVICALLISTER—Sir : I have far the
last two years boon in the habit of using your
Ointment in cases of Rheumatism Chilblains,
and in TENIA CAPITIES, (Scald Heads,) and
thus far with the happiest effect. I think
from the experiments 'I have made with ito
that it richly deserves to be adopted as an are
tick ofevery day use by the profession at large
Yours' truly, S. Bebe, . D. Phila.
Philadelphia Dec. 29, 1847.
To James McAllister— Dear Sir: I take
pleasure in ro aking known to you the great
benefit I have received by using your Vegeta
-Ile Ointment, or the World's salve, I had:an
pleor, or running sore, on the ear, of many
fifiari standing; 1 have applied to several
ihroci a ns, but all to no purpose; but by using
OUr Ointment a few days it was completely
iied up and well. I have used it for burns,
iir which I find it an excellent articl_e•, ulso in
t,ll cases intimation. ED. THORN.
I unify the above 'statement is true.
T. C. CADMUS.
N 0.90 Market street.Phila.
1 do certify that I have used MeAllister's
.11 Hosting Vegetable Ointment for coldness
,f my feet; also for Rheumatism in my limbs
nd Corns on my feet, and have been entirely
elieved. Believing it to. be a good Mcdieirie,
do not hesitate to recommend it In the above
omplaints. LEONARD VAILE,
Norris tp. Washington Pa. Aug. 21, 1847.
I certify that I have used -McAllister's all
Healing- Vege,table , Ointment, or the World's
' , ave, fora binding in my wife's breast, which
has given her incalculable benefit; also on ono
of my ohildr i en, for sore eyes, which give im
'mediate relief. I, therefore, recommend it as
n good medicine. PARKER REED,
Hopewell tp. Washington Co. Pa. Aug.-2 , '47.
Around the box are directions for using Mc•
Allister's Ointment, for Scrofula, Liver Com
plaint, Eyreeipelas, Teller; Chilblhin, Scald
Head, Sore eyes, Quincy, Sore throat, Bronchi•
tat', Nervous affections, Pains, Ileac/ ache,
Asthma, .Deafness, Ear ache, Burns, Corns,
all diseases of the skin, Sore Lips, Pimples, 4c.
Swelling of the Limbs, Sores, Rheumatism,
Piles, Cold feet, Croup, Swelled or Broken
Breast,' Tooth ache, Aguk in thd face, 4c., 4'c.
If MOTHERS and NURSES know its value
in cases of "swollen" or Sore Breast, they
would always apply it. In such 'cases, if free
ly used, and according lathe directions around
each box, it gives relief in a vary few hours.
BURNS—It is one of the best things in the
world for Burns. (See directions for using
PlLES—Thousands are yearly cured by
this Ointment. It never fails in giving relief
for the Piles. •
icr-This Ointment le good for any part of
the body or limbo when inflamed. • In some
Oases it should be applied often.
CAUTION—No Ointment will be genuine
unlace the name of JAMES McALISTER is
written with even - on e every label. -
PRICE TWENT•FIVE CENTS A BOX.
For sale, by my agents in all the prlncipa.
cities and towns in the United States. •
• JAS. MeALISTER,
Sole Proprietor of the above Medicines.
Principal Office O.EMOVEDAO 281 L. TIMID ST
B. Billion. and.S..W. Haveratick, Carlisle.
J. & L. Beigel,"Megfiniesburg.
G. W.Singisar, Churchtown.
Rhoia & Wherry, Newburg. ,
Joseph H., Herron, Nowville. •
J. BL,Lutz, do Geo. W. Bell, Harruiburg.,
New and Ininortax4l
GEORGE RHEEM 'inivingA
purchased the countrright of Hmtwoirrn's
PAREtfr. COLLAR; &Emu; witaldlrespectfully
call the attention of the trade 'to that Important
'invention. It is certainly , one of the greatest
impraveffionts of , the age. This Machine' stuffs
the. Collar, crooked around the block; faced with
limi — ml, - 1505tharmaterialsTback - stiffielt - with'
long strawimidatio 'makes collar!, of the straw
viltW less than half thn labor cind,inne.of thii old
waY: of stuffing: machine will'inufr all
.and every - kind of Item ' collars, (rem:the - best
, patencleather down, to the commonest :kind in
.use, and with but ono man steadily at work will
Istuff and-shapb afty.collarcrperAilyin,a neater
and better style:than any other waytknoWn.
Saddlers in the county are, inyited,to:call at
the subscriber's. establishment on North Hand
vet street, Carlisle, and examine the madbine.i-
Towriship,; or, shori..rights'iwilt -,be,tiald." ,- - To
those•whae riot:wish to ,buy„a right rho , sitb"-
scriber o 'READYJMADE COLLARLItt WholB.
sale much' cheaper 'than they, canbe manage:
„tared in any;pther Orders lot collars in
any quantity are.respeoffullySoliated.:—
• Change , o Position!
THEMilieiriber has REM 0 VSD'hie
' 7 pf DRY, GOODS to the coiner StorC ? * direolly
opposite to his Old Stand,:and formerly occupied
:14:Etifilok,Angney;:yvhere :he •hepet, tO fk
,, Vored •ydtb.*.colf.from . all hie old Munoinere and
":14"1111 1 ali , 1 1 Ottrty-,nevi , opee;' , lie WOO lately received .
+: a general assortment;of .NEW. FALL 'GOODS
• to.whit*her;rispietiLlMnitike further: a'ddition's
Philadelphia, nug 15 Gm.
Store always closed on Sauiranys. The
highest Cash price paid for Shipping Furs.
Manufactory of Pocket 80.9 m, fxc.
-- No: - 52f — CheTfint Street, above Second.
lAI - IVIN G received additional supplies of
Gold and Silver WATCIIES of every
description, from London, Livbrpool and Swit
zerland importations, is now prepared to furn
ish the very pest article at a price far below
any ever 6fiered, of the same quality, and which
cannot be undersold by any other store in
Philadelphia or elsewhere, livery watch sold
will be perfectly regulated, and warranted to
be as good as represented.
.11yatches at the following low prices :
Gold Le'vers, fulljewere,lB caratcases; $2B 00
Silver do do 12 00
Gold Lepines, jeweled, 18 carat cases 22 00
Silver do do t. BQ9
The L. R. Bromall Gold Pen, a superior
article in silver case, with pencil,and warranted
81,50; Gold Pencils for $l, and upwards, Gold
Medallions, and 'Locket for. DagprrreotypeLike,
nesses, Gold Chairis_andllair bracelets__Rreast
Pins, Ear Rings,,Finget Rings, and a general
assortment of every deacripttan._cd—leavelry_
at unusual low prices.
No. 110 North 9.d street, 2d door below Race
' ,--- ..:41t,P),t.t.c.!..0,4P : .b*,
THE .GREAT , CHINA STORE
TII.A.NKFUL..' to , 'the..,eiticens, of Carliale
'and its vicinit y, for their increased custom,
we. again request their company to view our
large and splendid ossortniOnt of
China, 'Glass di Queensware,
Dinner Sets, Tim Sets, Toilet Sets, and. single
pieces, either of Glass, Chinn .or Stone Ware,
sold in glitintities to suit purchasers, for less than
they chan be had elsewhore—ln fact at less
than Wholesale PriCes. • A M'ER ICAN AND
ENGLISH . R,RITANNIA METAL GOODS
in greater variety than ever before offered in
the city. FANCY CHINA in great varirty
0:3 - Wc• would invite any person visiting the
city to call and see us—they will .at least be
pleased to walk around our bodutiful store, and
to view the finest China wild the cheapest the
world produces. Very respectfully,
"'TYNDALE & MITCHELL,
No. 219 Chesnut Street.
Raney Furs, IffuliS, Boas & Tippets
VID H. SOLIS, (successor to Solis,
Brothers,) Importer and Manufncrurer of
every description of FURS. having Just re•
turned from Europe with a shLEcT sTocx
OF FURS, is now matmfoeturing them in very
superior style. and trimmin ..them—nt-the-most
elegant manner, and wciult i ite the attention
of MERCHANTS an • 'HERS, to his su.
perior and extensive a sortment, which as he
MANUFACTURES as well IMPORTS, he
is enabled to offer nt such prices os few houses
in the United States can compete With.
' DAVID II SOLIS;
86 Arch (Mulberry) Street,(', doors below 9d et.
VrNext to Louden & C'O'CFamily Medi
THE subscriber•respectfully solicits public at
tention to his superior and tasteful stock of
Pocket Books, Banker's - Ctises - ' - Bill — Books,
Dressing Cases, Card Cases, Port Mo
naies, Purses, Pocket Knives, and
other fine Cutlery, Gold Pens, and
- Poneils,-Sogar Cases, Chess
Men, Back Gammon,
Boards, Dominos, Ste.
His assortment consists of the most farhiona
ble and.modern styles, of the finest miality and
excellent workmanship, embracing every desir
able fancy pattern, which he will at all times
be prepared to exhibit and furnish wholesale or
retail on the Most reasonable terms.
DO - Purchasers who desire to - supply them
selves with articles of the best quality will con
sult their own. interests by calling at this es
tablishment. F • H
Pocket Book Manufacturer,
4m 521 Chesnut Street.
WATCHES I WATCHES !
7 • .." p.f.Y
ments to per
of a goo d
LEWIS R. BROOMALL
0ct31,1849,6m (Pierce, .9grit(.)
Watches and .Tewely 1
k 1 ;'• CHEAPER TuAN EVER—
Wholesale and -- Retail—At the
_ t t
i "Philadelphia Watch and Jew
t city Store ," No. 96 North SE
-2,i,z•. '.,..,. GOND street, corner of Quer
'-'-eiri.V.sil&tr rY street:.
Gold Levers, 18 k. cases, full jewelled, $3O and
a upwards •
Silver Levert, lull jewelled; $l5 and upwards.
Gold Lupine, 18 k. eases, jewelled, $25 and
Silver Lepines, jewelled, $lO and upwards
Silver Quartier Watches, $4 to 10
Silver Spoons, equal .to coin, per sort—Tea,
$5, Desert $lO, Table $l5, other articles in pro
portion. All goods warranted to be what the .
are sold for.
Constantly on hand a large assortment of fine
GOLD JEWELRY and SILVER WARE
Also, an assortment of M J . Tobias & Co.,
E Simpson, Samuel & Brothers, E S Yates &
Co, John Harrison, G & R Beesley. and other
superior Patent Lever Movements, which will
be cased in any style clothed
Arrangements have been made with all the
above named most celebrated manufacturers of
England, to furnish at short notice any required
style of Watch, for which orders will be taken,
and the name and residence of the person or
dering.put on if.rcquestcd. _
Importer of Watcher
CLARK, Venitian Blind Manufacturer.
WI sign of the GOLDEN EAGL E, No.
139 and 143, Sonth Second Street, below Dock
Street. PH ILADELPHIA. Keeps always on
hand a largo god fashionable assortment of
WIDE and NARROW' SLAT WINDOW
BLINDS, manfactured in the best mnnner, of
the best materials. and at the lowest cash prices
Having refitted and enlarged his establishment
he is prepared to complete orders to any amoupt
at the short3st notice. Constantly on hand an
assortment of MAHOGANY FURNITURE
of every variety manufacrured expressly for hitt
own sales, and purchasers may therefore rely
on a good article.
* * *Orders from a distance packed carefully
and sent free of porterage to any part of the
tiy. [aug 151 y H. CLARK.
NEW YORK DRY GOOD STORE,
No. 208 Chestnut St,, Philadelphia.
LORD, 'TAYLOR . Bi) , • t Co.,
HAVE now on hand . just received direct
from the manufacturers, a full assortment
MERINOES, DE LAINES,
SHAWLS, &c., &c: -
The colors and designs being of their own
selecting, and entirely theirs.
LINENS, HOSIERY, HABERDASHERY,
and all the different makes of Domestic Goods
constantly on hand, wholesale and retail.
L. T. & Co., never deviate from first price.
00 - We are daily receiving goods' from the
New York Auctions ' • ' (Philo sept26,2m
N. B. •ItAWILFZIN,CE
Agent fin the sale of SoutliwOrlh Mdnntheturing
Co's Writing Papers. Warelittse,, 3
Minor St., Philtuklphia.
100. par C e now o in f t e h t e or a e bo a v n e d f s o u r p s e a r l i e o l ' oPt P tge .
trade at the' lowest market prices, consisting in
Fine. thick , Flai,Caps,..l . 2, 14 ; 15 . and' t 6 lbs"
blue and white.
Superfinii•Mediuin and ;PenitAyritings, blue
ind'virhite. • ,
end white, plain rind ruled. „
Suporfine, Commercial Poste, blue. end white
plain and ruled.
Extra supeo.Linen Note Papers, prein' end
Superfine and fine Bill Papers, long and Broad
-'..Superfine and fine Counting House Caps and
blue and white,- • •,
, Bxtra.super . Congress Caps and Letters, PlOin
`end ruled; blue and white....!, '
..Extra super Congress Ceps and Lettere,
Superfine Sermon Caps and' Posts. •
Seperfine blue Linen thin Lettere.
• Extra superliath , Pests,,blue and white, plain
•'. Embroidered Nete•Papers andtnveloites: ;
- :- . 'Lawyer's'' , Panora, .
'''oerfine'and fine Caps ttnd Posts, ruled and
and ' Wiite t v
it• Also tooq'Tetk,ms q
Papers , Bennetloards;
*white., and ,-assorted
!Fifteen, -Tea, ,Wrappinio Enyelooo, assorted de
Collo 011. •
UtilT, , received at Dr:•Ratylinal , ,irlig Btorn!
•aP•ll.rest Maiiiidtreet;liarlia)oi- •
' • • • , ,
TRIG.LkS OP' QUACKS/ -
LpT •EVltßirl3oDii IthAD 'Tina ()AnnvuLmr.—Tnem to a
Sarsaparilla for sale in the different towns called S. P.
-Townsend'a-Saraaparilla. It is advertised as thu 05101.
NAL; GENIIINE,.and all toot. This Townsend is no doctor
and never wan; but was formerly a worker on-railroade, ea.
nals, and the like—yet he assumee the titte of Doctor for the
purpone bf gaining credit for what he is not. Ile says "he
has attended two medical echeele, and practiced for fifteen
years! I" Now thntriith ie, he never practiced medicine a
day in Ills'llre I • Stith - sal/al, wicked miarepsesentation
looka brut to the character and voracity of the Man. I wink
most nincerely, he had never made those statements of him.
cellar of nte. When will men learn to be honest and truth.
rut in all rheir dealings and intercourse with their fellow
men 1 Ile applied to ono Rad Clapp to assist him in man.
urecturing his mixture, elating the large ,sums he would
make, as nn inducement to embark in the businese. Theße
men have hero' 'omitting and libelling me in all possible
forms, in order to impress the public with tho belief that
the Old Doctor's Sarsaparilla wno not the genuine, original
Sareaparitia, made from the Old Doctor , e Original Reel,
pie. This St P. Townsend nap* I have sold the use of toy
name fore? a week. I will give him MO if hn will pro. '
duce one single sulhary proof of this. 1110 atatements of
Thompson, Skillman & Co., are nothing but a tissue of
fnleehoode simplyvmatto to deceive the public, and keep
the truth t own in regard to his Retiring, fermenting cont.
pound. This Is to caution the public to purchase none but
Old Dr. 3 ACOlt Townsend'e Soreaparilla, having on it the
Old Doctor's likeness, lan family Coat of Arms, and his
signatureacrose the Coat of Arm.
TIII ORIDINAI, DISCOVERER OS THE
Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla.
~Old Dr. Townsend In now about 70 years ofe. and has
long been known as the /I UTIIOR and DISC O VERER
of the G.EN UINE ORIGINAL " 7'o LVESEND
SARSAPARILLA." Being poor, ho was compelled to
limit tie manufacture, by which means it hoe been kept out
of market,and the sales circumscribed to those only who
had proveo its worth. and known its value. it had reached
the ears of mane. nevertheless. as 111.11 persona who had
been healed of sore di Wo.ep. :mil saved from death, pro.
rammed lie WOllllOlllll
I .is:f ; POWER.
This GRAND AND iN A 1.1.1'.1) Plt EPARATICN la
manutacturi.d.ei I, .:11,1111 , 11. , called Or through.
out the length and breadth of ;he bind, especially as it Is
rancid Molt atble el degeneration or deteriorainet.
Unlike yonug S. P. Townsend% it improves with age,
and never changes but lbr the bettor ; because it is prepared
on scientific principles by a scientific man.- The highest
knowledge of Chetnit.tty, and Mg latest discover'es of the
art, hove all been brought into requisition in the manatee.
cure of the Old Dee Sarsaparilla. The Sarsaparilla root,
it is well known to meth.' men, contains many medicinal
propertiee, end some propertise which ore inert or ueelees,
and others, which K retained . no prepare; it for use, pro.
duce/cementation and acid, which Is Injurious to the sys
tem. Sonic of die properties 01 Sareaparilla tire so volatile
that they entirely eformrate and and lost in the preparation,
if they are not preserved by a scientific process, known on.
ly to those experienced in HP menufacture. Moreover,
these volatile principles, which Ily oil' in vapor, or as an en.
halation, under hear, tire the very essential medical prop.
Mies oldie mot, Willell give to it all its value.
Any person can boil or stew the root till they get a dark
colored liquid, which ix more from the coloring matter in
the root than from anything else; they can then strain tide
insipid or vapid liquid, sweeten with soar molasses, and
then call it "SARSAPARILLA EXTRACT or SYRUP."
Rut end, is not the article known as the
JIRO 0 .111
GENUINE. OLD bit. JACOB TOWNSEND'S
This is no prepared that all the inert properties of the
Sanviparilla root are first removed, everything capable of
becoming . acid or fermentation is extracted and rejected ;
then every particle of medical virtue is secure.in a pure
and concentrated form; thus it is rendered illcapable
of losing any of its valuable and healing properties. Pre
pat ed in thio.way, it in mmie tiro Top poiyerjul agent In the
C ure o .. i
Cure of InnnmoFnble Dlecnees
- . . . .
Hence the reason why we hear commendations on every
vide in its favor by men, women, and children. Wo find it
doing wonders in rho cure of
CON.SUMPTION,..DYSPEPS/.4, and LIVER
COMPLAINT, and in RHEumATISAI, SCR OF'
ULA, PILES, COSTIVENESS. all CUTANE
OUS ERUPTIONS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
and all affectionwarisingirom
It possesses n marvellous edlency In all complaints ad.
sing front /nth:gra:ion, front Aridity of the Stomach, from
unequal circulation, determination of blood to the head,
pabdtation of.the heart, cold feet and hands, cold chills and
hot ilnibes over the body. It has not its equal in Colds and
Cough.; : and promotes easy expectoration and gentle per.
pm ration, relaxing strictures of the lunge, throat and every
other part, —.
_fitiLinAjothing, is its excellence more manifestly men and
acknowledged than in all kinds and stages of
FEMALE COMPLAINTS. •
- - - - -
It works wonders in cases of Fluor Albus or Whites,
Foiling of the Womb, Obstructed, Suppressed, or Painful
Menses, - Irregular ill, ad.. menstrual periods, and the like;
and is effectual in curing all the twins of Kidney Diseases..
By removing obstructions. and _regulating the general
system, it elves tone and strength to the whore ody, and
thus curt, all fort.* ot
Nervous Diseases find Debility,
and thin prevents or relieves a great variety of oth man.
ns Spinal irritation, Neuralgia, St. Vitus . Dance,
Swooning, Epileptic Fits, Conruhnons,,te.
It cleanses the blood. evenes the liver to healthy ant ,
tones the stomach. nod ,gives good digestion, relieve., the
bowels of torpor and roam rontion, allays Intlammetton, pt.
rifles the shin, ee,tinliceit the circuletion of WEI blood, pro.
thiclog gentle mannish • totally all over the burly, nod -the
invensible anna. .• C. 111. , 1 ‘1,1111,, is
maven air : • • lire eolitri: lieloolls
The Medicine poi. -e to i newt iv need:
Iltut can any of tliii•i :11 a . i ut S. P. 'Townsend's
into, for snide 7• ,1150 . Ilid is Mil in br
. CON! PA l'.1 ) WIT II THE n.. 1) DR ' S,
because of AND krr, that the one Is INCAPA•
MX, of Dwrmuoii,vrioN, and
NEV Elt SPOILS.
while the other Doliti• gourtlsg, frrntinting. and blotoira
the battles eninninine it into frnetnent.: the sone, arid
. . , • . . -
liquid exploding, and damaging oiler goods l Mud not the
horrible compound be poi:moue to the content 7 What
pat acid into a Ryatern already discased'with acid? IVllat
Cal tired Dyspepsia but 1111111 , Ih. we not all know that when
food sour - in our stornachs..what mischief it producep
flatnlencc, heartburn, palpitation of the heart, liver cam
diarrlvea, dyrentery, colic, and corruption of the
blond? What is S;rofula hut an Add humor in the body 1
What produces all the limners which tiling nn Ernptinns nt
the Skin, Scald Head. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, White
SwellinZn. Freer Fr.res, and all ulcerations internal and en
MIMI I lye nothing under bayou but an pod imbalance,
which sours. and thus epni it all the Muffle niche body, more
or lea'. What rouses Rheumatism but a Poor and arid
fluid which insinuates itself between the joints and elQe
where, irritation and intlamine the delichte. tissithe iipmt
which it acts 1 So of It OOP diseases. orimpurn yof the
blood, of deranged circulator., and nearly all the ait ment•
which afflict human WO Ore.
Now in it not horrible tow the and soil, and infinin , y
tram , in nee this
SOURING, FF:IOIFit , ZTO4O. - ACID "COMPOUND" OF
S. P. TOW NS'I•:N11.
and vet he would fain bare it underarm,' that Old Pr In.
coo Townsend'' , GI mane Orig;nal Sarsaparilla, to on IN
ITATION of his Interior ,prepitration !!
!leaven forbid that ten oiling,' deal In an article which
would bear the must distant reoembinuce to S. P. Town
end . . article I
We wi.,11 It understood. becntq, tl In the absolute truth,
that S. P. Townsen,Po article nod 01,1 Or. Jacob TownNen,Po
Saroaparilln are hearen.reiele apart, and intlnitety dioxin,
(tar; that they are italikg 111 crony partictilar, haelo; not
one single thing In common. t
As S. I'. TOWIISOIId in tin doctor. and never woo. is no
chemist, no plinrinneentivt—knowa no more of medicine nr
disease than any other common, tutacientifie, unprofeesionn .
man. what guargrarn can the public have that they are re
calving a genuine ecientitic medicine, contnining nli the vir.
Mee of the articles anted in preparing it, and which are 'tn.
capable of changes which might render them dm AGENTS
of Macaws instead of health I
But what else eliotild be °created from one who itnnws
nothing contparatively of medicine or disease I It requires
a poinun of some experience to rook and servo up even a
common decent meal. How much mom important is it
that theperform who menu facture medicine designed for
WEAK STOMACHS AND ENFEEBLED SYSTEMS,
should know well the medics) properties of plants, the best
manner of securing and cotirentmt lug their healing virtues.
also an exteneivef knowledge of ,the vnrious diseases which
affect the human system, lend how to adapt remedies to
.• • .
these diseases I
It is to arrest frauds upon the unfortunate, to poyr balm
into wounded humanity, to kindle hope In the despainng
bosom, to motors health, and bloom. and vicar into the
crushed and broken, and to banish infinnip .ant 01. D DR..
JACOB TOWNSEND has .4 20UND the op.
portunity and maims to bring h,o
Grand Universal Concentrated Remedy
within the reach, and to the knowledeo of all who need P
that they may learn and know. by joyful experience, Its
Transcend Power to Geol.
Sold in Carlisle by Dr. J. W. RAW
LINS, Sole Agent.
Restoration Sr, Preseivation of the
M Wise di, Son, of Virginia.
MWISE & SON, finding - it -altogether
impossible to attend personally to the
groat number of daily applications, from • all
sections of the Union, for their remedy for
Baldness, apd'for thoircelebrated HAIR TO.
NIC, have found it necessary to appoint a.
General Travelling Agent, to visit different
cities and towns throughout the United States,
vesting him with .authority, to appoint sub.a.
gents, use and'vend'the Hair Tonic and . to
ply the RWITORATIVE, and tbr,put.' them
into the hands of those homey appoint' to ope
rate whiiiever a sulificiiou "lumber of patients
iii any ibwri ortioighborbood-pleill bo obtained.
_Copt.so 3 RGE ' CALVERT, of Fauquier
countiEraliTure — a4thWfUed to attYte
eral '1 Iltng Agent, with the powers. above
vACupt. C. may be expected to visit, as speod
apse practicable thoptincipal . c.ties and towns
-of the Union. ' • "r
N. B. 'Capt.' Calvert will always haVo on
hand , a 'full 'supply of the lIAIR TONIC;
(which cleanses the head of dtindruff; strength ='
ens and invikorttiee the hair, and
. preyonts it;
'also from ` falling off ,)- for r4ion of:64l'l'l6y,
mFtost.contigtiouslo his operations, or,it may
alwtrysho obtained;atwholosalo,nnd forwarded
4 to •any part. of iho .:Uhion; by. addieseing 'the'
loprictori,. M. WISE`,& SON, 'Richmond;
14rPriettO ! rie r r i -dOion;easli, , bottles for
jss-4Or•nne' droller , y
For'salaelin OtirlisloThy E R-:
• . „ , .•
.great yariety ihetie.useful articlea Is of.
fared. for Bala, conalatingal,NVhitewaeli; Sweep :.
•Suralibing; P.Ainterai' loth, Shaving;
Teeth atid' o N . Graining Brindles in
ti groat, of:w hick aro of .. .the beat goal
, !ity itritUniill•hg'aold'at'th'iloWeat prices
rue t etB
*Life Pills and Phoenix. Bitters.
Those Medicines haw; now been ,before the pub '•
lie for y. period +of FlFTElttlir !Wm, and
during. that time have maintained a high.charactor
Jn almost every part of the globe for their extraor
dinary and immediate power of Teetering perfect
health to person" eulferkig under nearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame is liable.
IN NARY THOUSANDS
of certificated instances, they have oven rescued
sufferers from the very verge of an untimely grave,
after all the deCeptive noetmms of the day had ut
terly failed; and to many thousands they have
permanently secured that uniform enjoyment of
health, without which li itself is but a partial
blessing. So groat, inde d, has their efficacy inva- •
riably and infallibly ved, that ft has appeared
scarcely lees than iraculous M-these-whe were
acquainted with the beautifully philoirophical priu
ciples upon which they are compounded, and apoi
which they consequently act. It was to their . '
manifest and sensible action inshrifyiag the springs
and channels of life, and enduing them with re
newen.tone and vigor, that they more indebted fOr
Unlike the host of pernicious quackeries which
boast of vegetable ingredients, the LIFE BlEDl
urns are purely and solely vegetable ; and con
tain neither Mercury, nor Anti mon y, nor Arse
nio, nor any other mineral, in any form whatever.
They are entirely composed of extracts from rare
aud-powerful plants, the. virtues of which, though
long known - to several Indian tribes, and recently
to some eminent pharmaceutical chemists, are alto
getlisr unknown to the ignorant pretenders to
medical science ; and were never before adminis
tered tit Bo happily efficacious a combination.
• The first operation is to loosen from thp coats of
the stomach and bowels . the. Valint3 impurities and
crudities constantly settling radil them ; and to
remove the hardened feces which collect in the
convolutions of the small intestines. Other medi
cines only partially cleanse these, and leave such
collected mosses behind to produce habitual Costive
ness, with all its train of evils, or sudden Diarrhe=a
with its imminent, dangers. This fact is well
known to all regular anatomists who examine the
human bewels'aftor death ; and hence the preju
dice of these well-informed men against the quack
medicines of the age. The second effect of the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES is to
cleanse the kidneys and the bladder •, and, by this
means, thq liver and lungs, the healthful action of
which entirely depends upon•the regularity of the
urinary organs. The blood, which takes its rod
color from the agency of the Hiver and lungs, before
it poises into the heart, being thus purified by them,'
and nourished by food coming from a clean stomach,
courses freely through the veins, renews every part
of the system, and triumphantly moulds the banner
of health in the blooming cheer:.
The following are among the distressing variety
of human diseases in which the VEGETABLE
LIFE MEDICINES are well known to be infal
DYST'EPSLk, 1 ., :)y thoroughly cleansing the first
and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure
.healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind ;
FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn,'
Headache, Restleatneas, 111-temper, Anxiety,
Languor, and Melancholy, which are the general
symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural
consequent° of its cure.
Costiveness, by cleansing the whole length of
the intestines with a solvent process, and without
violence: all violent purges leave the bowels costive
within two days.
Diarrhan and Cholera, by removing the
sharp acrid fluids by which these complaints are
occasioned, and by promoting the lubricative micro
lion of the mucous membrane..
F of all kinds, by risiliiringal!o.,blood to a
regu e la v r e c rs ircnintion, through this process of perspi.
ration in such cases, and the thorough solution of
all intestinal obstruction in others.
The LIFE: KEDICINES have been known to
cure RKElrm l inghl permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT iu half that time, by removing
local inflammation from the muscles and ligaments
of the joints.
.D r opsie s of all kinds, by freeing and strength
ening the kidneys and bladder: they operatb meat
delightfully on these important organs, and hence
have ever been found-a certain remedy for the
worst cases of GRAVEL
Also Worms, by dislodging. from tho turnings
of the bowels the slimy matter to which thew
creatures ad hero.
Asthma and Consumption, 'by relieving the
air -vessels of the Mugs from tire mucous which even
slight colds will occasion, and which, if not re
moved, becomes hardened, and produces these
Scum, Ulcers, and Inveterate Eto,res by
the perfect purity which theeo LIFE minDl
-00-Es give to thebleed, and all the humorn.
Scorbutic Eruptions and Bad Complex
ions, by their.alterative elfectupon the fluids that
feed the skin, and the morbid state of which occa
sions all eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and
other disagreeable complexions.
The use of these Fills fora very short time will
effect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a
striking improvement in the clearness of the skin.
COMMON. COLDS and INFLUENZA will
always be cored by one dose, or by two oven iu
the worst crises.
plus. As a remedy for this most distressing
and obstinate malady, the VEGETABLE LIFE
Ermoms deserve a distinct and emphatic
recommendation. It is well known to hundreds in
this city, that the former proprietor of these valu
able Medicines was himself afflicted with this
complaint.for upwards of TIEIRTY• FITE YEARe ; and
that he tried in vain every .remedyprescribea
within the whole compass of tho Mate r ia Medico.
He however at length tried the Medicine which is
now offered' to the public, and be was cured in a
very short time, after his recovery had keen pro
nounced not only improbable, but absolutely im
possible, by any human means.
FEVER AND AGUE.
For this scourge of the western country these
Medicines will he found a safe, speedy, and certain
remedy . . Other medicines leave the system sub
ject to a return of the disease—a cure by these
medicines is permanent—TßY THEM, BE SA
TISFIED, AND BE CURED.
pilious Fevers and Liver Complaints.
General Debility, Lose OF APPETITE, ANY,
DISEASES OF FESIALES—th ese medicines have been
used with the , most no solid results in cases of this
description :—KIN s £ IL, and SCROFULA, in its
worst forms, yiol to th mild yet powerful action of
these remarkub a Medicines. Num Swam's;
NERVOUS DEBILITY, NERVOUS COMPLAINTS Of alt
kinds, PALPITATIQN OP TILE HEART, PAINTER'S
COLIC, are speedily cured.
Persons whose constitutions have become inr.
paired by the injudicious use of Msacuar, will find
these Medicines a perfect cure, as they paver fail
to eradicate from the system all the effects of
Mercury infinitely sooner than the most powerfill
preparations of Sarsaparilla. A single trial will
place them beyond the reach of competition, in the
estimation of every. paned.
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Several have lately been discovered, and their
nefarious authors,arreated, both iu the city of New
York and abroad.
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