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NOTIOE TO RETAILERS.*
IST of Retailers of COilds,.*aitiand
chandise, within 'the ',County of Cumber
land, and returned bad . claisified: in accordance ,
with the sovoral,ncts, of
, Aseepably„ as follows,
vizi • 4. • -
, is . 4 Cai'llsle •" .- Cla s s'i l ' ''s*
J W Eby '.• . ° • •, ..
John G Citrinony 13, : :A.O 06
Joadfili D Halbert_. ~,' :, 1/1 ' L I° . 00
Samuel Ellion. ' - 1 -4 .'"'-' ' -14 c - - :, 2: 00
Charles Oa by elo ~,' 20 00
Charles Barnitz (liq.) ' 13 ' 15 00'
George W Hitner % , I , 12 12 50
A & W Bentz 12 12 50
Daniel Scales (lig.) 14 lO 50
John Faller (liq.) - 14
Jacob 9 goust (liq.) • 14
J & D Rhoads 14
WB Murray Agt, - • 14
S W Haverstick,(lig.)l jl4
Robert Snodgrass 13
Jahn Herbert Jr. 1,14
Thomas ,Conlyn 14
Henry Saxton :1 111.
Jacob Rheem 1 14
John Humor (lig) g!-.c.. 13
Peter Monyer .- 14
John P Lyne ' 13
Jacob Wolf Vig) ' 14
S A Coyle I ' 13
3 ionl) Senor 13
.1 • •', f,••iby (liq) •14
George Poland (liq) 14
C 'MIA' Agt. (liq) 13
S M Hoover 14
T H Skiles - I 14
J w Rawlins 174 14
W M Porter • • 'l' 14
Arnold & Livingstpn 14
Thomas W Martin 'l4
Nathan Hnntch - l''''' - 14
W B Parkinson Agt , , 14
John Rooney !-- 14
Arnold & Levi ' , 11
N W Woods Agt 1 13
Samuel Goldman . 14
Haller & Conner 14
Lowis Stiner, 14
John Gish ii
James Gilliard -1
Philip Koontz 1 1
Peter S Arts Agt
Joseph P NeVin ..
Ykr D E Hays '• 1
I C & G 13 Altick
John 13 Duncan-
G 'Prone & Son .
Samuel Siders (liq) I 14
S D Wonderlick • 14
Jacob Pogue (liq) ' 14
John gplwiler Agt 115
Sohn E Owen 14'
Jacob Stayley (liq) • 114
Andrew G Miller
Russel & Dice
Isaac D Cassell
Robert Elliott (liq) . 113
Wherry & Rhoads (liq) 1! .13
J 13 Lockey & 14
J Sterner Agt (liq) 14
Christian Leas (liq)
Josiah Hood& Son .
Donaldson & Green
James Greason & Co
Kyle & Wiley
John W Clever (liq)
-Schoch. Sons & Co
Charles Barnitz (liq)
I W D Gilleland
John B Perry
° Gilmore & Stough • 13
William Barr Agtll3
Hunter Herron IP3
Jernison Hannon (liq)
Jacob Swoyer .
Williams & Brother
S W Sharp
J Atchison & Co (liq) 13
Simond D Arnold (110 12
Ephraim Zug P.. 2,11 . ,Trl- ' 12
J L Reigle I 13
Henry Leas. .1 14
Ira Day ..
J E Spahr
Swilor & Fells
Miller & Myereßliq)
Jacob Reningor (liq) i 14
'Adam Eslinger 14
Josfiph 0 Banks= - -
Fleisher St Eshenbour
Thomas C Rheem(liq)ll 13
G W Fester (liq) n 14
J & H Eckles 1 14
G W Singleer
Strock & Brandt
M & S Moffett
J K Doak (liq) o
W 8 Prowell (liq) .
A M Loidich
Rider & Weakley
A - L Cathcart t
Isaac Barton (liq) ;
Mathias Bitner (lig)
H W Mateer & Brother
Coyle & Sponsler
Edward Showers, Carlisle
William Harkness, Allen
John Bowman • '"
Robert Linn, Dickinson ' • 10
Wm M Henderson, N Middleton 7
Robert Given, South Middleton -` 8
John M Good, Agt. '
GW & Ahl
Mr Coovor,'Soutliairiptop , 70
Icobert Quigley, Ifopowell
Jacob Au.. , 9
David Oy s ter, p64. gergibboro ,10
Hongy Barnita, Cattails)
William Alexander, "
Beer, Oyster and Bating House!. , - ,
George L Righter Carlisle 8 5 00
Jacob Low , . .8., 5..00
Samuel Spell Shippenaburg •s'oo
William Phillips East Pennsboro 8 y.5 00
James Maloy Mechanicsburg 8 ,
Peter Baker .• .".. • -..-
•-.- • • . Retailer* of Patent Medicines.
• • •
A L.Cathcar Allen .; „. , , • •1 - • ob
William Bre t ton " Newt/filo 4.• • .5,00
G ' 4 = • 6'oo
A C Norton Carlialelc-4A • ; 4 • 500
Joseph 0 liankeE - Penneboro ,4 •. • t trel,
Fleishoi•Sc - Esheribetir 4 • -s'o o
William. Chandler, Carlisle • -4 -• 00
Jettee'Donaldsintil • • .
George - : Chandler; tt • t
• Janata lietberh. 1 , 4 •-• • 2 ; :J 4. 510,11
Frank..Berber;Tl&c,t ~; 411 ~, c,s,uu
0 , : • 4 • , -'zi , "c• s'; 00
" ElijaliSivitser;:•..jLt• • , t --ttc f too
1;1 , 1 ' 4:: : - . ; ••72,•:• , 5' , 00
J, I , ^..itrt.t..: - :;
Levi Sneß, - ' • " ' '•
• Tboalev'gdlat ! • , :•l., • 4 :I'l.i - 5•100.
• Merehtinte:Prldt.au irii . the•••••abrithi
• . clamilfieatiOu t 01 take noticc,shat:lwill holdmn
.• ;animal efiktCourt Nouseiiin
• 1,5 it T I , I 4PAY :the 9th.ot Miteho to
,50:8 1 110il_0 11 v,Illn'o„PPrlirtaility(Who feel them-
BelYeo"ollF4o,,vrl.o3rt-t t he., above • clinlitifleatiori
:oPrti; ; „l,l..' , ll
• r eo f ::tic t , mercautua:Appraiser.
tireneerik . .l
roceivgd' by ' the' eutiiitriberHigh
Aldo`a ale lowrbys+,_ 131:4 skine4gr.
FS 3l3 ;: l l ,gq 3 j,
" 6 1 '1 q..;.!N
n as the Peiersbuiklllill; silaate at
iao . m o u th o f tho: Little Juniata , preek,..Porry
Clouaty,.,Pa. 15 from , Atirrisburg.. -A•
1..: • '• A . STONE MILLODUSE:4O feet
s ,i3ctudio, with two iiyershoi :Water
.:' wheels, 4 run' of Eiench Burro,
. i itrid'a - Smut machine' with' ll the
„apparatus complete (or manufac:
taring a 'dwelling house for ithe
..Odticannon lion 'Works adjoin to.. _
affords-a good home market.;
' The Central Rai lßoad runs past the 'mill af
fording eve:ry facial. .for getting grain and sen
ding the prodticte-o • lermill to the Eastern ci
ties. . ...„
tt• ea I
The above property will be sold or rented for
a term of years from the let of April next. Ap
plication to•be made to 1 ' . •
quirviving Ex' trx of Amos A Jones, Decd,
Petersburg, January 7th, 1850,-5'
For further information apply tol.947gbert,
Carlisle, -. Pm:-.4,.: Gitpp
Propeity .for Sale or Rear.,
HE subscriber, intending to leave
1 _the county, will sell or rent the following
proper.y, situate i - the village of Springfield,
Cumberland coo ' i viz : A Lot and a half of
n •which is erected a
.. - .i, a , goo • o story brick DWEL
'SiIt I ! LIN G HOUSE and two-story
'4?;! 111,r brick Kitchen, both new.lFAlso,
a frame One story and a 'hall
SHOP andl good STABLING. The) lot is
abundently supplied with choice fruit, and has a
never failing well of water at the door , The
location is a very good one for a person wishing
to engage in the mercantile busyness. or some
mechanical occupation. Possession given on the
let of April next. For terms apply to Mrs
'Margaret Row, on the promises. or to the sub
scriber, her agent.. J F COXEL.
Jan.ls, 1850.--0, ..r , • ;...
Second Arrival of Fall Goods.
, At the New Store,
Corner of Hanover and Loather Streets, 12ppo•
TILE undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and the public, that he has just returned
from Philadelphia, with a large and carefully
selected assortment of ,
purchased at the lowestrices, and which'he is
dotermined4o4 ell at small profits. A large as,
sortment of Cloths at from 75 cents to $6 per
yard; Cassimeres, Cassinetts and Vestings, at
Ladies Dross Goods, such as Minims, Cash
meres, Coburg. Lionese Twills,
and a splendid assortment el Silks. An elegant
assortment of Calico_and_Ginghams, suitable for
the approaching season. Checks, Tickingss
bleached and unbleached Muslins.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A well selected assortment of Men's Women'e
and Children's Boots and Shoes, good and hand
seme.---4.3oy's and Ments Cloth and Hungarian.
Caps. • .ftl
GROCERIES in all their variety, viz Su
gar,Coffec, Molasses, Pekin Tea Company's
celebrated Teas, Spices, 81.. c., and yhe `best
quality of Carpet Chain. I
N. W. WOODS. Agt.
E 7 00
N. B. All orders from the country promptly
attended to. Rugs, Eggs, Butter, and all lands
of produce taken at market prices.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
THE subscribers have just completed
their purchases of FALL & WINTER
GOODS. Our stock consists in part of cloths,
eassimeres, vestings, eassinets, of all colors and
prices ; white, yellow and red, all wool Flan
nels ; Kentucky Jeans velvet cords and Bea.
verteens, Calicoes by the "cart load, Ginghams,
Mous de Leine, Morinoes, Paramatta's,,Co.
burg, Cloths, Alpacas, Fancy Mohairs,Lustree.
&c., - Checks, 'Picking's, Pp:nestle Ginghtlms,-
Canton Flannels, white and chloured, Linsey.
Plain, Pink, Brown, Maroon, Green and Bl'k
de Lines ' for 12.6 ets per yard; Mous de Loin,
Thibet and Tekeri SHAWLS; Long Shawls
at 3, 3,30, 4,5, 0, 7,50,.8 and 10 dollars: Sillt
and Linen Handkerchiefs, Cotton, Woolen and
Cashmere •Stockings, Irish Linens, Gloves
Cloth, Glazed and Fur CAPS, Gimps and
Fringes, in variety, .Combs, Woolen Yarn, all
colors, from fine to coarse, Steel J3eads, Twist
and •Clasps, Purses, Scarfs. Waist Ribbons,
Slides, Green Barege. Blue Barege, Table co
vers of Linen and Cloth, Carpet Chain, Table
Crash, Linen Diapers. Edging, Laces,
GUM SHOES, all sizes and prices, Umbrel
las, Carpets, Groceries, Queensware, Hard
ware, &c. All the above goods were bought
for Cash, gold and silver. and at a saving of 15
to per cent. below those who bought on credit.
Those wishing to save will find our goods
cheaper than they can buy them elsewhere.
oct 10 A & W BENTZ.
FALL AND WINTER-GOODS
AT THE BEE HIVE.
j HAVE instopened
4 rait. 1 direct from the city,
litsiA• a large, beautiful an d
-• brilliant assortment of
LADIES & G E N.
atIMIIIIIMUS43I=2 TLEMEN'S DRESS
14 ' • GOODS, for Fall and
Winter Wear, to whicn I would invite the
special attention of old and now !fiends and
customers. My stock now comprises every
conceivable colour; style, patteyn ankfigure of
Dross Goods, from the plainest and cheapest
to the most brilliant and costly. Call and see
them while they are new and novel, as it al
ways gives us pleasure to show•our goods at
he Bee Hive. *op%) S A COYLE
]0 , 50
HE customers of this large establishment,
and the public in general, are respectfully
informed that I am now receiving an immense
stock of the handsomest and cheapest goods
over brought to Carlisle.
CLOTHS & CASSIMERES
'of every shade at greatly reduced prices.
A large lot of Long• Plaid Shawls frim 3 to 811
do Square do ' $1 to $6
Also, Broche, Terkeri, Crape, Thibet and Da
mask Shawls of every style and quality. '
A splendid assortment new o:tylellibbals which
will be sold very low.
DE LAINES & — OWSHMERES,
A beautiful stock of Cashmeres and Do Laines
at von low figures.
A very karge assortment of 'Black ii d Colored
Alpachas, Figured, Plain and Satin Stripes.
IA large lot of Sack Flannels 'very cheap
,SILKS, SILKS,) •
A,splendid assortmeni. of Figured,
Striped Silks, , lrorn ,371(t0 1,25: _Black Silica, a
verrlarge and cheap stock. .
••• . BLANKET& • °• •
. , •et
Very superior large'sizwilled,
40•4-12-4-13,1, ditto ~ Ribboo 8011. -
do do' ' do -, Whitioyi all. prices:
FRENCH4o , ENGLIBR ME 'NOES
A large assortment 'of' Verk , superior French
•• • blerinoes: , , All colours and Prices: - •
_ _ _ _ _
beautiful afitiorlifient'er chargeable Satino,de
• , Chaine',for dreedOe end sacks.
. ! MUSLIN'S, -
A tremendous lot or ed and unbleached
1. • Muslim; friirn.3'to 10 cents.
Oro. the advanco,•.llwlllrcentinue - to iiellf.ut old
A full assortment
tian and Stair Ottniete;
PRINTS:k - PrINOHAMS;
.Prints and - difigbatne.m;fro tO
ar,ivery ;Large. Assortmenvq,..
!.Tickingli, heeke,tDiaperi3,-Floor Oki ,oloth,
b. Itarhingbi • Velvele,...Beavorteene, Stockings;
; • Dilitilye;;l:aceo,,Moreene, Linene, Idnen. , and
Cloth Table Oho, Web Li.
keno, Ae' ; ;:a t ,e ; .• .
'fhlnithe:articit:Cor and Shoei; Ove go:far
oad( , „of both." in , Price and
ality4 , !4: . :big‘atocionow on
,Itand 4n(k cheaper
I.giuqieyot: , L 1:. • nr
,Sugar; CORE+ Riae, - Totr;Or;d:, , O.o.
,t Flreol*PritifeatakChaap: ; •
~.`,,vihere there,. ib'e larke rdciaki. a iirga i ltiisklcta
; ,:•Balear from, wiediaidd4Yei!!.../6"-thiOIIOI3,I46POE
Goodif out 'of Philadaltibla:dtvryiiii'lY:ct
"%CqAB.:-yQx • .t.+l3‘
Stare,s & Zl)ops.
site Nm. Leonard's old stand.
Now offered at the CIIE.hIP STORE of
' Charles °gift.
;PtOKo 34 iot.k r s i- ef1) 0 1 36 .'
innivALTY THE ETE/HER.:;YEE H
r-Sciph D. Halbert, West Main-street, Cat':
lido, hasjust roceitied.a large'and fresh supply
Of the best FAMILY GROCERIES that the
Philadelphia markets nafinflord.'" The siihscri
tier has just returned - from the eity. l -anii would
respectfully invite his friends' and:thElpublic
generally, both in town and..counlry, to call
and examine for thdmielvdd his large and in
creased etock',:'which embraces-all the articlol-
Unually kept'in.hia line of business. Such as
Rio, Java and StDourtingo and Lagutra Coffee ;
Imperial, Young Hyson and Black Tons, 01
very superior quality and fluor; Lavering's
crushed, loaf, falling loaf, and lout sugars, or
imge grove, clarified Nett Orleans and brown
Sugars of every grade and quality, with price to
suit. Honey, sugar house, Orleans and syrup
Mblasses. Spices of all .kinds, which he will,
warrant pure and fresh ground. Brooms; Ce
dar and painted bucket's, churns, tubs, Wl'
bushel measures, butter bowls, butterints,
butter ladles, wash rubbers, &c clothes,
fancy sowing, traveling and market bola of
all kinds. Castile, fancy, rosin and cbuntry
SOAPS. Also, a general assortment of chewing
and smoking TOBACCO, swinish half 'vanish
and common CIGARS. Ropes 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
sew patterns of White Grnnile'and fancy tea
sets. with CROCKERY WARE of every de
fcription, which I will sell at-the lowest prices
Keeling grateful for the liberal paymage here
tofore bestowed upon him by a. generous public,
thesubscrther tenders them his hearty & sincere
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. HALBERT. ,
E G 0 0 .D
- - - -
THE 'subscribers have just returned from
Philadelphia with a splendid assortment of
goods for gentlemens 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
CID qa° liZrta I,t 09. 6,
such as dress cents, cloaks, over coats, vests,
pants. shirts, bosoms, collars, under shirts,
drawers, gloves, stockings, silk and other cra
vats, pocket handkerchief's, suspenders, hats
and Caps, trunks, traveling bags and umbrellas
all of which articles thny intend selling at a
Very small advance on city cost, having for
their motto "small profits and quick sales."—
They wish it to be lidderstood that their clotb
int, is n'l manumemred 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 order any article of clothing. in a neat,. lash- -
tenable and substantial'inannnr and at short no
tice ARNOLD & LIVINGSTON,
North Honover street directly opposite P.
Menyer's Confectionery Store. toct3 3m
GREATEST - BARGAINS ,IN CLOTHING
r the citizens of Carßile and surrounding
country! Just arrived a large and spies.
(lid assortment of fashionable ready-made
CLOTHING, for the fall and 'winter trade, at
the store of S. Goldman, south-cast corner of
Main street - turd Market Scpmrc,
The undersigned; respectfully-informs the citi•
zetis of Carlisle and adjoining entity ry, that he
has just arrived from Philadelphia, with a large
assortment of Fashionable Ready Made Cloth
ing, which for cheapness and quality never
has been witnessed in this place, such as
French, German and American Cloth DRESS
AND FROCK CON l'S, Over Coats, and
Business Coats, of all descriptions, Cloths,
Cassimeres, and Satinet Sack Coats, fine bl'k
and fancy cassimore - Pantaloons, superior
satin and striped 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, dcc.
Beautiful fall style of HATS & CAPS,
will be sold at prices cheaper than• nny where
else. Gentlemen are invited to call and axe.
spine-his goods,Ths he- is sure, thnt those who
buy will go away with a good FIT and cheap
prices, L . •
Sept 26. '49.-Gm.
nr CLARK, Venitian Maid Mannlecturer,
AA sign of the GOLDEN EAGLE, No.
139 . and 14?, Sonth Second Street, below Dock
Street. PHILADELPHIA. Keeps always on
hand a large •and fashionable assortment of
WIDE and NARROW SLAT WINDOW
BLINDS, manfactured in the best manner, of
the best materials,end at the lowest cash prices
Having refitted and enlarged his establishment
he is prepared to complete orders to any amount
at the shortist notice. Constantly on hand an
Assortment of MAHOGANY FURNITURE
of .every variety manufactured expressly for his
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. [nag 15 Iy3 H. CLARK.
Pure Fresh Ood Liver OIL
THIS new and , valuable Medicine, now
used by the medical profession with
such astonishing efficacy in the cure of Pul
monary Consumption, Scrofula, Chronic Rheu
matism, Gout, General Debility, Complaints
of the Kidneys, &c. &c., is prepared from the
liver of the COD FISH for medicinal use,
expressly for our sales.
(Extract from the London Medical Jonrnal.)
"C. J. B. Williams, M. D., F. R. S., Profes
sor of Medicine in University College, Lon
don, Consulting Physician to the Hospital for
consumption, &e., says: have prescribed
the Oil in above our hundred cases df tuber
culous disease of the Lnngs, In different stages,
which have been•under my care the last two
years and a half. In the largo number of
cases, 206 out of 234', Re use was followed by
marked and unequivocal improvement, vary
ing in degree in different eases, from a tempo
rary retardation of the progress of the disease
and a ni.tigation of distressing symptoms, up
to a more or leas complete restoration to apps_
"Tha oflect of the Cod Liver Oil in most of
these cases was very remarkable. Even in a
few days the cough was mitigated, the a:pee,
toration diminished in quanty qnd opacity,
the night, sweats ceased, the pulse became
slower, and of better volume, and 'the appetite,
flesh and strength - were gradually Improved.
"In conclusion I repeat that the pure fresh
oil from the liver of the Cod is more beneficial
in the treatmebt of Pulmonary Consumption
then any agent, medicinal, dietetic or regime
that•has yet becn'omployed."
As we have made ' arrangements to procure
the Cod Liver Oil, fresh from head gunters,. it
can now be had chemically pure by the single
bottle, or in boxes of one dozeri
Its wonderful efficapy, has induced numerous
epurlOus imitations. Ao
,its success depends
entirely on its purity,4oo much care cannot be
Used in procuring it genuine. •
:Every bottle having on le our writtercilgna
iure, may-be depended upon as genuine.
Pamphlets containing en analysis of the
'Oil, with notices of it .from Medical Journals,
will be sent-to .those who, address cm free
.postage: , JOHND: BAKER
.& CO., /
,Wholessie,Druggists andChemisis, - •
octlo-rly, 100 North r Third sh, Phila.
, Dr. Wert 0014 g OantAr..
x 7; 0 WAR ' the sitason;'• for 611 and
,COLD When public usecoublics are
Acguently dietarbed by the Cough' of some'
sneering individual. •• st,,dadin it inther.. rat act
of charity ',it) , eilVe rt . to • any alleviation Of -the'
evil" and would confidently recommend D,OC:
TOR WlLLY.'l3`•agreettble•r ettedY'ne',Ono
eet now before the public; as it possesses
curative pewerelof 'tt high • order,-end muYivith
entiriveafety be given.to children; , l Apply to
dee 12',6 8: ELL] . ovr, :sate 'Agent..
• '•, • Sack • '
11J,§7. 1 .; receivedusScirlment 'Of Id
filneUele Oarlouiceolor,e, such
'Searle'f;' - ' 0 herty, - : 'Nue: - Blue,' 'Sky
•Blif:eißlacle;_&c,, •ipSfit' 0• W HITNER
; USW , . S UN CL . ,YER'SEIED
I fer. sale. • • ADAM; ' ADIDLE.
, Adams Bc.Oolth Expressi' , '• 4.
, 7THE , feubacriber,ie agent ;for' t hie Corepaliy,
:aed'all .. .iickedde lila two left ' rhie 'mill
be qatended to with ' care' and ,. ch., The .
Expl'ese !ogees' every moreing ut,4:orelock; ond
eirtycie n(4 . r. 'M.
ect)7 , ;•i.oe. )•,-)•
;•4::..`44' cst: O.OCIAI on G e ner a l aso3oiti',Oratica,,diliiitlarbefatilh,.L.
, alaitihgatoatidal'EOclatV 4 a•Diakipasn'Cal 7
kliao;YetrSYtvai4,.TalY c,lith;<lB49;l;;Tat.A 'ctin:if.oijr)florbigli abouldiguiithout
heri, I veart Ain taid4 fit. 3 0.1 Ottatakl r if patting' a t
!, :li l 4' , ltß.T/11 4 W,C.Nailit)Bciak Store :. ' 1 .1 0141 .7i
,!..; ''''. -: .:';',..• , ii I; il 4- - ' 0 k'ik;' , 4 .4 .1...;;; .,- .4
;2:1A.., , ... ~., vt vi,.,4:„, • , Y ,,, t` , v; 40 -
'OF PHILADELPHIA. • • •
4 1PIII,ANKFUL to the citizens of. Carlisle
.X; 'end 'fie vioinitYlbitheir iiicreaSed custonl4
we again renitbst , their con4l'l6y; to view our,
Ilaige and splendid 2tissaitiffour '
lais ~ Queenswarej .
Dinner , Sete, Tait Sets; ToildrSets;:tind , single
piecei;:aitherif er•Stone 'Ware,
sold in quantities,to suit , ptirchasefs; for loss than
• they,, clean be • had elseWhere—ln fact at rests
than , Wholesale Prices. AMERICAN AND
ENGLISH. BRITAN NIA:METAL GOODS'
in greater variety, titan oVer before offered in ,
the city. FAN C Y CHINA in great variety
very cheap. „ .
0::r We would invite any person visiting the
city to call and see us—they will at least bo
pleased to walk around our•beautiful store, and
to view the finest China and the cheapest the
world produces. Very respectfully,
TYNDALE & MITCHELL,
No. 219 Chesnut -Street.
Bla.nuActoty of Pocket Boo4:1 ; tit.%
No. 524 Chesnut Street, above Serond. '
THE subs,riber respectfully solicits pdblie at
tention to his superior end tasteful stock o
Pocket Books, Banker's Cases, Bill Books,
Dressing Cases, "Card Cases, Port Mu
tinies, Purses, Pocket Knives, and
other fine Cutlery, Gold Pons, and
Pencils, Sugar Cases, Chess
Men, Back Gammon,
Boards, Dominos, Ste.
• His assortment consists of the most fashiona
ble and modern styles; of the finest quality and
excellent workmanship, embracing every desir
able fancy pattern, which he will at rill times
be prepared to exhibit and furnish wholesale or.
retail on the most reasonable terms.
DI - Purchasers who desire to supply them
selves 'with articles oPtho beet quality will con
sult their own interests by calling ht this es
tablishment. F II SMITH,
Pocket Book Manulacturcr,
Phila., seps 9m f)',H- Chesnut Street..
CLOTHING ! !
A • ; ; S • WATCHES!
meats to per.•
sons in Want
of a a . o o
HIIVING 'received additional supplies of
'Gold and Silver WATCHES of every
description, from London, Liverpool and• Swi
tzerland importations, is now prepared to turn
the very best article at a price far below
any ever offered, of the same quality, and which
cannot be' undersold by any other store in
°ltitudelphia or elsewhere. Every watch sold
• vill be perfectly regulated, and warranted to
tie as good•as represented.
lchatat Ike following low prices:
Gold Lovers, full jewere,lB caratcases, sBB'oo
Silver do do 12 00
Gold Lepines, jeweled, 18 carat eases 22 00
Silver do do 800
The L.. R. Brotnall Gold Pen, a superior
flick in silver cave, with pencil,and warranted
31,50 ; Gold Pencils for 81, and opwardg, Gold
Medallions, and Locket for Dagurrreotype Like
iesses, Gold Chains add -I lair bracelets 'Breast
'ins, Ear Ringsi Finger Rings, and a general
.ssortment or every description of Jewelry
~t unusual low prices.
Aro. 110 Mirth 2d street, Id door below Race
LEWIS R. BROOMALL.
0et31,1849,6m (Pierce, Agent.)
Watches and-J(4.01y !
to. CHEAPER•Tneri EVER—
' Vholesale and Retail—At the he
,ld°lPli l vatcinnj
elr Lro,'N.s6NoAgAO C ND
street, cornet of Quer
ry strSot4 •
• :old Lovers, 18 k. cases, full jewelled, $3O and
.4ilver Levers, full . jewelled, $l5 and upwards(
:old Lapin°, 18 cases, jewelled, $25 and
•ilver Lepines, jewelled, $lO and upwards
Myer Quartier Watches, $4 to 10
Silver Spoons, equal to coin, per sett—Tea,
$5, Desert 910, Table $l5, other articles in pro
portion. All goods warranted to be what the
are sold font"
Constantly on hand a largo assortment of fine'
GOLD JEWELRY and SILVER WARE
Also, an , assorinent of M J Tobias & Co.,
&" Brothers, E S Yates &
Co, John Ilarrison, G di R Beesley . . and other
superior Patent Lover Movements, which will
be cased in any style desired
Arrangements have been made with all, the
bove named moat celebrated manufactureils of
-England, to furnish at short notice any required
style of Watch, for which orders will be taken,
and th 6 name and residence of the person or
dering.put oti if requested
- • ‘i .) l iv i
In all Christianized and civilized countries, ban caused a
larger proportion of deaths than any other malady dust at.
Mies tiro bunion family; and, until within a few years,
there has not been any certain remedy to stop the devusta•
lion of that destroyer. But now—
tures very nanny of the most strongly marked and deed aped
casep of rin.ten:VAlLY CONsUAIPTION—ecid, undoubted canoe
of ulcerated and dtwased LIMOS—Snell lieeELEss eases as
were never before cured by nay other medicine. So utter
ly hopeless were same of Mo afflicted persons no to have
been pronounced by physicians and friends to be ACTUAL-
I.V la vivo. Some. who bud their burial•clothes made, have
been need, 11114 vrt lion; others, who it teas said would
not' live moldier day, are now as well and hearty OS they
It pomictuleit alb thr dimming and purifying virtues nearly
tte powerful unil "active as the preparation which wo call
BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT.
The Batleant lifters from tho Extract. became it possesses
several snedientione tohith ore peculiarly adapted to, and are
essentially necessary for, the cure of
CQUGHS AND CONSUMPTIONS,
mud nil diseases of a pulmonary naturo—such diseases as
neurally prove so fatal under ordinary treatment, whim they
attack the • •
Breast, Throat, Lungs, and Heart.
Thus BALSAM tiRALO AND CUDEfULCERII in the LUNGS,
end elsewhere internally, as certainly and easily as the PU
RIFYING EXTRACT VIM and heals ulcont astern/41y. Thla
Behum cures MIND WM Of COMA and Consumption out of
TEN, after ell other remodles have failed to do good.
Thousatas of Consumptiond-,
and Chronic Cough. abundantly prove Its unfailing dime!.
In such diseases, and 'its undoubted curative povret,'and.
soothing, binding properties, in the following complaints
and diseases, Viz.: Spltttny al Bleed, Bleeding at the Lungs
Pain In the Brant, and Side, NiyhbSteents, Nervous Com
plaints, Palpitation qf the Heart, Cholera Infantunt, Dyson•
tery awl Summer Comptaints in Children and Adult., Brad all
FEMALE WEAKNESSES & COMPLAINTS.
No remedy offered to the public has mob been UV 41
certain and ;ratan! in restoring AL4 tile incidental e.
ea and irregularities. of tie sex, BRACT'S PULMONARY
BALSAM. it makes noditferenceN Nether the derangement
be suppression most, tw ether weakness—lt NEON/AP E S
ALL, by str engthening the syrrent, equalising the CIRCULA•
TION,Ond soothing and allapfili/ NERVOUS IRRITABILITY.
Er . SeLt pamphlets.
CONSI7DZIPTION. ,I •it li
A DYING WOIVI A N CURED i
We state tail cure to print° the POWER TO SAVE Ltrx
when this BALSAM Is used, even eller the person Is eon,S
sidered by phystelans and frkads to be in the last stages egj
diseme—actually nvino—and, In tide case, BO FAR coed,
that the nuance and BURIAL•OLOTIILS were bought! For
the particular, of this case, end the reepeetable and undoubt
ed proof - of alt the clrcamstances aid facto, we refer to our
Tlllll cure, as olfectedron Mro. MBA DYItEhtAN, of
Ballston Spa Saratoga County, IV: ,We cann EhoAN,
yond a doubt, many Oilers, aintost equally hopeless:, atul
laanerabla. news uf Onvehe and Contampttune .OUREM
which were pronounced incurable lip ext Fut, PHYSICIANS.
Maseru:... K. LIPPINCOTT Is SON; tiopectable tnor ,
clients at'llilkmove,SoSineto county, &nosy/m.4r, wr,xolo,
as, Mayl2. statlnk,aMQPg oilier HENIWITIS Whiellitad
liven der ived from Mallen or BRANT'S TULMONARY
BALSAM, that ono , or their customersohnd Inst.lnfOrtoed7
t :. • ll4%P. er ,.orclirrl i j. c Pil i e,Z e o r l tis.ll2A7:.
See oar Pimphluts,(br thecurps Directed .by lIILANTOP
I:II:0 II IL N 111 E )3 ~
land Slimm to CostrLstrors chfOren Ur,proLin parsons
• curud iolywat patriotism oiAatePeA -
off I.:E.PC P:" .1 FA rs T
;No mother need even mourn dio,doullt of, hoe, chUcl,hr,
that chlkhdestroylag ,won loathing In swoon
weather—sChokies .feidnltont,. 'whiw.la,callted . SoNtann - ,
Comrhstor—lf BILINTIS - PULMONARY. BALSAmu ,
) administered tu,the child., It. eltotad, howheer t in anal'
!tater. letneed lit re.t.ke as large ykiona'sul thoSlroctlons on •
'soh hottlo proscrlOo; until the eentplahn
7 ' • For Sale by'L": LFIOS,'' .. .`"W
in 4 YgitsT A4tEcle.
ond fV%T.b E Hayt, Shinpenstiuyiiii- t. lol d,
F ,Snahr; eannicalaiiig—H Thirr
iverland , HoiniierMillersiown—J A Linn & C 6
c rr it frnaouvii .;. ,,co i 4 o; ,, ,i, rm i, rt i t; l l.Ft; F se,: i ie i tl ,vLa r l e in r a ti °„ ; ' . if ici i t l ci i e ic e i s y li : . ,
14in.000e , A l P ll ,4 l , l ; i T i ti, kir oirLii , dik t...., 7
tdyiF.lig.f:th.if‘T ', ..'' '''..,F...,,YF !!/7".::7`,...,,,,
i ii ii ohi,llloll'N 1 gall
..1 ,:C AS,.. 621yele ~ ;:407' I .f-,,' '','''':•:.;.',,:.;
iiigsillB7llPa i Pall * Y hTlll,ll 4:
J l lPll,''',..l7;;,:';''
,ti:'''.i''' , '''' , •7:-;' . 77 , 7',: ~. Y- , ' .
Importer of Watch
,- , -311,stireattet2,:,•-itoinpaxiico ...
• ••...:.,':•:.:•. , ,sarizrzystu,R.A.l - ger: ,•.; i .
~. ••• ••
Tho,..filrard - ,Lifalnsuranoe. Annuity,
.., . .
`.' and Trust , Company lof. - Philia, •,
„9,.ffice Slos9 , 6hastnut 'Street bapactll . s3oo= ;
000. 'Charter Pexpattat: • ' .
CONTINUE 'td rintkoflnsttrancei on Lives
an the moarfaVourable terms, receive and
,execute / Trusts, and. receive.DooeSitEr on ,Inte
._.:ll'he Capital heir). paid ,up land invested, to.
'tether with accumulated premium fund, affords
to tho insured... The pre
pm bo paid in yoarly,hall yearly, or
litiniterly. payments. . ,
The Conipeny add a BONUS at stated pe
riods to the insurances for life. This , plan o
.nsutinee is the moat approved of, Etna is more
- generally in use, than any other in Great Bri
tain, (where the subject is best understood. by
h o peoulo. and where they have had the long.
est experience,) as appears from the 'fact, that
out of 117 Life Insurance Companies 'there, of
all kinds, 87 are on this plan.
The first BONUS :nes appropriated in De• '
cembor, 18 , i4. amounting to 10 per cent. on the,
sum insured under the oldest polices; to 81 per
com„,7b per cent., &c, 8r.c.,0n others, in pros
portion to the time of standing, malting an ad
dition of $100; $87.50; $75, &c., Eec. to every
81,000, originally Insured, which is an average
of more titan 50 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 Instt•
mace Register of rho Company, thus :
Sum Bonus or Amountpf Policy &
Insured Addition Bonus Dayable a
the pony's decease
81.000 8100 00 .81,100 00
2,500 250'00 , 00 .
4,500400'00 00.002,50, 175.00 / s'oo
5,000 437'50 5'437'00
o J 8
Pamphlets containing the table et rates,
and explanations of the subject ; forms of ap
plication, and fufther information can he hnd nt
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 Pennsborough Mutual
Fire insuranco COmpany of Cumberland county
incorporated by an act of Assembly, is now hilly
organized, and in operation under' the manage
ment of the foliowing commissioners, viz:
Jacob Shelly, Wm R. Gorgas, Michael Cork
in. Melchoir Brennernan, Chriltion Stayman,
Simon Oyster, Jacob H Coovcr, Lewis flyer,
Ilonry Logan, Benjamin H Musser, Jacob
Kirk, Samuel Trowel!, Joseph Wickersham.
The rates of insurance are as low and favora
ble as any Company of the kind in the State.—
Persons wishing to. becomo,members are invited
to make application to theongents of the compa
ny, Nvho are ivilling to wait upon them at any
JACOB SHELLY, Pies/dent.
lENRY LOGAN, Vire President.
LEWIS RYER, Secretary
MICHAEL COCKLIN, Treasurer.
Cumberland rounii.—Ruddlph Martin, New
Cumherhmd, C B Herman, Kingstown, Henry
Zcaring, Shiremanstown, Robert Moore and
Charles Bell, Carlisle. Isaac Kinsey, Mechan
icsburg. Dr. J. Ahl, Churehtown.
York county.—John Slterrick, Lisburn, John
Bowman, Dillshurg. Peter Volford, Franklin,
John Smith. Esq., Washington W S Picking,,
Dover, Daniel Raffensberger, J W Craft.
Harrisburg.—Houerr & Lochnian.
Members of thou Company having iPolicies
bout to expire can have them renewed by mak
ng application to any:of the agents.
• THE SYMETOMS OF WORMS
Ve the tOngue often white and loaded; the
biedth heavy and foetid; a disagreeable
or sweetish taste in the mouth; occasionally
thirst; the appetite extremely variable, some.
times remarkably deficient, and at others vo
racious. There is sometimes a sickish feeling
with Vomiting of mucous; flatulence 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 is often milky
and turbid; there is frequently itchiness of the
fundament and nose, which is often swollen;
there is occasionally disturbed sleep, with
grinding of ' the teeth, and sudden awaking in
a fright. There are, at times; headache or
giddiness, ringhig in the ears, or oven deaf
ness, faintness, convulsions, drowsiness, indoz
lance of manner, ill temper. In some cases
epilepsy and cholera, and even apoplectic and
paralytic symptoms, and sevesal of the signs of
dropsy of the brain and catalepsy appear con.
nected 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 checks. Any one of these signs is lndi
cativo of Worms, and the most effectual bes
and cheapest remedy is Dr. John J. Myerst
Worm Tea, prepared by Dr. J. W. RAW'
LINS, 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 Medicine now in use, that
will cheerfully RETURN THE MONEY in any
case in which his Preparation fails to give
equal satisfaction. This Worm Tea when
made according to the directions, is pleasant
arid will be taken by the roost fastidious child.
Each package contains sufficient medicine for
the cure of the must obstinate case. Price
only 25 centiramtaper. Druggists and Store
keepers supplied on the moat reasonable
A, Purely Vegetable Medicine.
QIE/ORSDELL'S VEGETABLE REST°.
RATIVE PILLS nave been gradually
but surely,comeing into favor, among the fami
lies (Waits Country , for some years past. They
have done this entirely through their great worth
as a FAMILY MEDICINE:. Agencies have
boon appointed but no puffing and humbuir such
as is resorted to by quacks to sell their medicine
has been done. The pills are oflexed fur sale
and have. and willcontinue to be sold byall t°e
principal storekeepers. The proprietors claim
for their Medicine the following advantages over
all others—viz; They are PURELY VEGE
TABLE. They are CFRTAIN TO OPE
RATE. Their operation is FREE from all
PAIN. Thoy can housed with EQUAL BFN
EFIT by the YOUNGFST INFANT and tho
STRONGEST MAN—Their efficiency in Fe-.
yore, Ague. Headaches-Habitual Costiveness;
Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, &c. has been-pro
ved upon thousanes. They aro a Cortaih. Cure
for Worms. The proprietors possess a certifi
cate from a gentlt man to St. Loniswho was cu
red of a TAPE IN ORM by the use of them, •
TRYITHFM THEY WILL NOT ,FAIL.
Travelling agent for the Stine of Pennsylva
nia—CidanvesT. 'Amax- - For eale,' price 25cts
a box' oinaining FIFTY PILLS, with full di
rections by the following agents in Cumberland
For sale by DR RAWLIN'S Carlisle, Pe.
Jossrn 11-Heartorr,—Nowvile. '
W D EMANES,—Shipponsbnrg.
8 L SEstrsten,--Nowburg.
A WEEKS & Co,
Proprietore, Lahr ratory, No 141 Cheetnatstroot
'January', 24th; 1849,'
• ' BUF.V.A.LO COMDR,
• JUST received' a'sitennial,,astiormient of
handsome Bufrar&Ba`elc Conibi; lid; imitation*
, of beautiful natterne and• in
LINEN •SHEETIN GS;. .
Ilornsley.§beeifngs, A150;124 Muslin Sheol.
ingsi. Pillow case .n,nd
Towelling i . n . - ooat . variety luso?poned,',
VINEGAR. • 1 .•
frP'uie Cid o r Vinogarof,excellont.Tplily
' nOi2B ,
,"; ,• , ~ Gr.; IIMIE!?; •
'CARLISLE FOUNDRY :& AtIACHINEiIiz , .
: THE subseribor,emninues die
of CASTINGS, - ,nt life Foundry in.llighatreet; .
'and haying . now 'On 'hand 'al fit II ''asiortment Or
Patterns, IS prepared: to furnish" all kindtiot ;
IRON.' AND":•IIHASS . CASIIN per in' the"
best etlilo and and at tho Ohl:inept :notice..'HO ..
Nos now .on hattd-Ja large atitiortinenn of . 9ast...'
Inge; each es Cern-crushersi.Mill . Gearimrs and .
Gudgeons, Plougheaerings; Points -Shears , end
Cutters. Wagon , andCoaelt,Bosas., ! ,6ellar'grates
,0 very; Doors,. cask ' Weights,' , &c. 1 . :, , Cooking •,
I Pe r attPlO°. lind .:Coal'i,Stovesi.,..He also , builds `;-
....,,,. .„. and , ropturs'CAHS, t,Throshing-.Ma....9
... 1 5.1217, , .: - chinos and Horse-Powers, with every ^,K,Vt. - nt,her,kind Of Maahinettr.latthei ghor.. i .
tbst6nOti r eir.. Alck irpthiPrite.*.2o,..OPper. taken .
in .nOinknge:for -.Worit.‘4,WHaving .purchased : I
fall of,,Fc*OnY* dr., Co .' s 'Pattern* ', persons ivishine.- ,
,t . f) havo t tlierolt . -t hem-n' m y shop , '-: ' s,i,-,
.-4 11 ftrk9 6 : 1 .;:, &
~. 'k '- ''' rECEARPNEH;:i
;.Nally Transport,ation -pause
" • I
•.„ . . .
".anal and Rail Road , Linei for•Philadel
pliia, Baltimore, Pittsburg, &c. •
W. KERR, Forwarding and commission
Merchant,, HAnnisilbrta, Pa. informs his
lends mid the public, that from the liberal pat
°nage/ extended to him during the past year he
ris been encouraged to make more extensive ar
mgementsfor the .pretent season, and has ad
ed two new, large and splendid Bouts "td his
AVE, and will be fully prepared after the op
ning of the Canal, to forward PRODUCE and
lERCHANDIZE of all kinds to and from
'hiladelphia; Baltimore, •Pittsburgh, &c., at the
.iwest rates of freight and with the utmost des.
,gents for Boats, o
Race street Wharf, Philadelphia.
GEISE & SON,
BNo. 48 Commerce et. Wharf, Baltimore.
CLARK & SHAW, ?
J. McFADDEN & CO.SPitts'g
WUNDERLICH & GRIER,
No. 272 Market at., Philadelphia.
CIIALORER & REYNOLDS,
No. 423 Markerstrn s auladelphia.
SITER, JAMES ..CO.,
§„N I3 ron d stree Phiiadelaltia.
PE 'A. ft OHIO LINE:
'lNorth street, Baltimore.
Harrisburg, March 29. 1848.—tf.
..11, F., aillt.LEß;
General Commision.and Forwarding
Merchant, No. 7.9 Bowly's Wharf,
FOR the sale of Flour, Grain, Cloverseed
Whiskey, Lumber, &o. &c. Also, for
warding Goods, via Tido Water Canal and
Pennsylvania Improvements. Orden] for fish
Salt, Plaster, &c. &e. Supplied at lowest
Iliiving been engaged in the above business
luring the last five years, a continuation of the
patronage of his friends and the public is re
•pectfully solicited.fipz : tik
Refer to qt:VEUIT A '
FUNK & MILLER, rpm
J & Bav, Harrisburg
BRAN4,T & ZEIGLER,
A. CATHCART, Shepherdstown, Pa.
— Groans Stmtisfft,4leghanicsburg, Pa.
Feb. 14-Iv. •
Helps Embrocation for Horses.
THIS valuable MORO
CATION will cure Sprains.
‘;•;110'.k Bruises, Cuts, Galls,
ing, Rheumatism. and all
.97 , 2 k . complaints which require an
external remedy. It gives immediate relief to
the Scratches, and the incident to Horses having
white feet and noses, pr oduced
. by the St. John
Wt,rt. It is also highly useful in relaxing star
less of the Tendons 'find Joints and produces
,eneficial effects in cracked heels, brought on
,y high foding, splints,sprains. This - EIMER()
, ATION ie recomended to Farmers, Farriers,
Ceepers of Livery Stables, and private gentle
nen owning Horses, and should be -. constantly
:ept in their stables. The GENUINE aril
'de is prepared only by W. Me meat., No 302
• Race st Philadelphia. And for sale wholesale
and retail at D R. RAWLINS' Drug Store W
Main street, Carlisle.
ltdcAllister's all Healing Ointment
(IR THE /WORLD'S SALVE, contains no
itioicury,—The following Certificate is
from a regular Physician, of extensive prac.
Liman Philadelphia :
UAMEEI • NICALLISTER r •Sir : I have for the
last two years been-inlhe habit of !icing your
Ointment in cases of itheunifilism Chilblains,
and in TENIA cAPITIES, (Scald Heads,) !Ind
thus far with the happiest odcct. I think
from the experiments I havemado with. Ito
that it richly deseives to bo,adopted as an are
tide of every day use by the profession at largo
Yours truly, S. BELL, . D. Phila.
Phlladelphin,Dec. 29, 1847
T James McAllister—Dear Sir: I take
ple,risure in m akini known to you tho great
'benefit I have received by using your Vegeta
ble Ointment, or- 00-World's Salve, I had an
ulcer, or running sore, on the ear, of many
years standing; I have applied to several
physicians, but all to no purpose; but by using
path. Ointment a few days it was completely
dried up and well. I have used it for burns,
fur which I find it an excellent article; also in
all cases inflamation. En. THORN.
I certify ;he above statement is true.
T. C. CADMUS.
N 0.90 Market strect.Phila.
I do certify that I have used McAllister's
all healing Vegetable Ointment for coldness
of my feet; also for Rheumatism in my linibs
and Corns on my feet, find have been entirely
relieved. Believing it-to bo a gond Medicine,
I do not hesitate to recommend it In the above
complaints. LEONARD VAILE,
Norris tp, Washington Pa. Aug. 21, 1847.
I certify that I have used 'lllcAllister's all
Healing Vegetable Ointment, or the World's
Salve, for a healing in my wife's breast, which
has given her incalculable benefit; also on one
of my children, for sore eyes, which give im.
mediate relief. I,,thereforo, recommend it as
a good medicine. PARKER REED,
Hopewell tp. Washington Co. Pa. Aug. 2 I t '47.
A-round the box are directions for using Mc.
Allister's Ointment, for, Scrofula, Liner Corn.
plaint, Eyresipelas, Tetter, Chilblain, Scald
Head, Sore eyes, Quincy, Sore throat, Bronchi.
las Nervous affections, Paine, Head ache,
Asthma, Deafness, Ear ache, Burns, Corns,
all diseases of the skin, Sore Lips, Pimples, 4.c.
Swelling of the Limbs, Sores, Rheumatism,
Piles, Cold feet, Croup, Swelled or Broken
Breast, Tooth ache, Ague in the face,
If MOTHERS and NURSES knew Revalue
in cases of "swollen" or Sore Breast, they
would always apply it. In such cases, if free
ly used, and according to the directions around
I each boa, it gives relief inn very few hours.
IBURNS—It is Ono of- the best things in the
world for Burns. (See directions fot using
PlLES—Thousands ore yearly cured by
this Ointment. It never fails in giving relief
'.. for the Piles.
This Ointment ie good .for any part of
the body or, limbs when fntlaPiad.c. In some
eases it should be applind often.
CAUTION—No Ointment will be genuine
unless the name of JAMES McALISTER is
written with a pen on every label.
PRICE TWENT•FIVE CENTS A BOX.
For sale by my agents in all the prineipa.
°Wetland towns in the United Stites.
JAS. McALISTER, -
Solo Proprietor of the ohmic Medicines.
Principal Office REMIT= to 28 N. THIRD Sr
B. Elliott, and B. W. Haverstich, Carlisle.
J. & L. Ridge), Mechanicsburg'.
G. W. Singisar, Churchtown.
Rimed & Wherry, Newburg.
' Joioph EL Herron, Newrille.
.1. M. Lutz, & Geo. W. Bell, Harrisburg.
New and Important!
CAEMIME W. ILHEEI I 4 keying recently
lUr purchased the county:right of HAYvroirrn's
P4T.ENT COLLAR STUFFERp would reepectfelly •
call the attention of The trade to that important
invention,.., It is 'oertainly , .one , 'of the 'greatest
improvertis of the ogee .This machine stuffs
the Cilitnterookedniound the block, faced'W.ilt
hair; wool; orOtheolinteriale, batik stuffs it with
long straw;. and'also maked collars of the straw,
uit lessthan halt and timet'of the old.
way of stetting : . This machine. will'stuff ,
'and everritimfol 'lthrse •Uollarsy•frtuu the best
patent leather down• te'thecotrimmogtif
mei and with ifitilSho man steadilferiiiiiirrill ,
stuff and shapo.tiftycollars per day fit .a it tater
'and'better style titan any other , '
Sadcilers in the 'county are invited
:thErtiubscriber's eatehlishinenCon Ifiltia"!
'ver strect;Tarliale;'and - exarriinetheretinae-.
Township:or'shop..rights be 'eel ,
'those Who do''not , wish•to; huy og4e,lliiisub
scribei. offers RkAryi MAD* Cousins,
sale much ' cheaper then tneyoot.'hO,n'!anniW
lured in any othe..::Vayo'v..or,ders 4or collars in;l
unange , OrTositiOnl
THE'.subeciiber. , hialmmQvga hib. stock:
;or DRY.GOODS tiOlio%dririoi.Store,.direcitly
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vorod ,'sykth tOtall froYtc biq.Ao'ooBlcifn9ti end ,
gqnbiAl prportirOVitoUlslEW VAiprDS ,to .
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IV ; (oat WIPI
• Life Pills . and Phoenix Bitters. '
These. Medicines JIMA,' iratir bean before the pub
Sic for a period or :FreTEEN: YEARS, and
during that Limo maintained a high character
in almost every pint of the for their extraor
dinary and -immediate power of metering perfect -
health to persorustuffering under nearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame is liable.
IN RUNT TROUSAMIS
of certific&ted instances, they• have even rescued
aullbrers from the 'very verged an untimely grave.,
after all the deceptive nostrumaof the day had ut
terly failed; and to many thousands they have
permanently secured that uniform enjoyment of
health, without which life itself is but a partial
bleasing. So great, indeed, has their efficacy inva
riably and infallibly proverirthat it has appeared
scarcely lees than miraculoue'•to those who were
acquainted with the beautifully philosophical prin
ciples upon which they are compounded, and upon
which they consequently act. ft was to their
manifest and sensible action in purifying the springs
and channels of life, and enduing them with re
newed tone and vigor, that they were indebted for
Unlike the liost of pernicious quackeries which
boast of vegetable ingredients, the I,IIT
tain neither mam m y, nor Ant imon y, nor Am
mo, nor any other mineral, in any ferns whatever.
They are entirely composed of extracts from rare
and powerful plants, the virtues of which, though
long known to several Indian trib'es, andiccently
to some eminent pharmaceutical chemists, are alto
gether unknown to the ignorant pretenders to
medical science ; and were never before adiniols
. tered in so happily efficacious acombinatidn.
The first operation is to loosen from the coats of
the stomach and bowels the various impurities and
rudities constantly settling round them ;`and to
remove the hardened farces which collect in the
convolutions of the 'small intestines. Other niedi-
Ines only partially cleanse these, and leave such
collected masses behind to produce habitual Costive
with all its.train of evils, or sudden Diarrhea
with imminent dangers. 'This fact is well
known to all regular anatomists who examine the
human bowels after death ; and home the preju
dice of these well-informed men against the quack
medicines of the ago. The second effect of the
VEGETABLE LIVE MEDICINES is to
cleanse the kidneys and the bladder •, and, by this
means, the liver and lunge, the - healthful action of
which entirely depends upon the regularity of the
urinary organs. 'Flie blood, which takes its red*,
color from the agency of the liver and lungs, before
it passes into the heart, being thus purified by them, .
.andnourisjied by food coming from a clean stornuch,
courses freely through the veins, renews every part
of the system, and triumphantly mounts the banner
of health in the blooming cheek.
The following aro among the'distressing variety
of human diseases in which-
LIFE NEDlonms aro well known to he infal-,
DYSPEPSIA, by 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 Alpeti!e, Heartburn,
Headache, Restlessness, I temper ' .Anxiety, .nxiery,
Languor, and Melancholy, ich are the general
symptoms - of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural,
coneelineee of its cure.
.i.Clolkihmegg,.by cleansing the whole length of
the ',lnteatines with a solvent process, and without
violoice&all violent purges leave the bowels costive
within two days. ,
e r e e m m p o l v e i i n n g te
sh e al"tr aTio a n c e l d n , aMid an fi d u.ani b da y d p b r y o Ch m w o h l era n h g L h e eeby
lubricatiVe se are
tion of the mucous membrane.
Einem of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of perspi
ration in such cases, and the thorough volution at
all intestinal obstruction in others.
The LIFE MEDICINES have been known to
cure RinumErism permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by removing .
local inflamination from the muscles and ligaments
Dronsies of all kinds, by freeing and strength
enitig,the kidneys and bladder : they operate most.
been on foundthesei a important
remedy nt e organs,a fndelrien the have ever
worst cases of GRAVEL. -
Also worms, by dislodging from the turnings
of the bowels the slimy matter to which these
Asthma; and Consumption, by relieving the
air-vessels of the lungs from the mucous which even
alight colds will'occuaion, and which,- if not re
moved, becomes hardened, and produces these
Scurvy, Ulcers, and Inveterate Sorea,iby
the perfect purity 'which these i:FE mop
anus give to the blood, and all the humors.
Scorbutic Eruptions and Bad Complea
ions, by their alterative effect upon 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 Pills for a very short lime will
effect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a
striking improvement in the clearms'3•ot the ekiu.
COMMON COLDS and INFLUENZA will
always be curod by one doso, - or by two oven in
the worst cases. „,
PILES. As a remedy for this most distressing
and obstinattq malady, the VEGETABLE LIFE
BIEDICIISTES deserve a distinct and emphatic
secommeudation. It is well known to hundreds in
this city, that the 'former proprietor of those valu
able Medicines was himself afflicted ,with this
complaint for upwards of THUITY•FIVE YEARS ; and
that he tried in vain every remedy prescribed,
within the whole cernpass of the Materia Medico.
He however at length tried the Medicine which is
now offered to the public, and he was cured in a
very short time, after his recovery had been 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 be found a safe, speedy, and certain
remedy. Other medichies 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.
Bilious Fevers and Liver Complaints.
General Debility, Loss or APPETITE, •Nlo
DIREAt4F.B Or FEMALES-111M medicines have been
used with the most beneficial results in cases of this
doeription:—Kisc's Eva., and Scaonms, in its
worst forms, yields to tho mild yet powerful action of
these reinarkuhlo Medicines. .NICUIT SWEATS,
NFAINOUS DEBILITY, NERVOUS COMPLAMTB of all
kinds, PALTITATION , OF THE HEART, PAINTER'S.
)Como,t i ircopsedily cured.
Persons whose constitutions have become ini.
yoked by the injudicious use of Msicuitv, will find
these Medicines u perfect cure, us they never fail
to eradicate from the system all the effects of
Mercury. infinitely. sooner than the most powerful
preparations of Sarsaparilla. A single trial will
plate thorn beyond the mach of competition, in the
estiination'of every patient.
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York and abroad. •
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