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Tito Little .Girl's Good Harming'.
BY MARY tavixa
I am an happy!' ti!e)lllle.girteniq!
A. .n. .Prang, Illio'nlark from her
"Tie morning,-bright morning! Good morning papa!
' Oh ! give me (Mt Won for good morning, Mama I
Only just, look at my pretty Canary, ,
The sunehine is pueping etraight into my eyes—
Good morning to - mu, tdr.''Sun—lonyou rise'
Early, to wake u my birdie and me,'
And make ds ail! ppy as happy can hs I. •
'Happy as yon m y be, my dear little
And the mother troked softly - ii - Ultudering curl—
. •'Happy as eon think of the One
Who wakened his morning both you and the sun!'
The little *no :turned her bright- eyes with a nod
'Mania, may I say, then, 'Goad morning' to God 1'
'Yes, Milo darling one, surely you MeV—
Kneeing you kneel every morning to pray V.
Mary knelt solemnly down, Nvith her eyes
Looking up earnestly into the ekies ;
'And two little hands that were folded together, ..
Softly she laid on the lap of.her mother.
'Good morning, dear Father lit:I/eaveft.' shi "id
'1 thank thee for watching my snug little bed
For taking goad care of-ine all the.dark
For waking me up with the beautiful
Oh, keep me (rein naughtiness the long
Blest Jesus, who taught ilttle.children to plight,
An angel looked down in the euneliine and
lint she saw not the angel, that beautiful child !
The Floiver that Looks Upwcadse
A group of .young and light-hearted
girls sat together in the• twilight, busily
arranging the 'flowers they had been
gathering in the pleasant Woods and
° "What beautiful things flowers are !"
said. one,. "And what a pleasant amuse
ment it would be, now that we are all
sitting here so quietly, if each were to
choose what flower she would rather be
"Just as if:there - Could be any choice."'
holding up a. moss rose as she
spoke."Ameng -all the Rowers, that
grow, there is -none to vie in beauty with
the rose. Let me be the queen of flow
ers or none:" '
"For my Part," ohserved - her 'sister
Helen, "I should like to, resemble, the
luxuriant rhododendron, so beadtifully
described in'our book of flowers. When
anfbne, in passing, shakes -it roughly, it
scatters, as, we are' told, a "shower of
honey-dew from its roseate cups,and im
mediately begins to fill its chalices anew
with transparent ambrosia;" teaching us
-to-shower sweetness — e veiryWn — thelfand.s
that disturb -us, and to fill again with
pure honey drops the chalices of our in
ward thoughts. .-Oh-!--who would not
wish to be meek and forgiving like the
rhodedendron, if they could ? But 'tis
very - difficult," addedd — poor Helen, *th
tears in 'hcrefes. - -
"It iwindeedr 'aid Lucy Neville, en
fly, "if we trust only to our strength.—
It is only when my father looks-at me in
his grave, kind mariner, 041 have.the
the slightest-control over n4self. What
a pity it is;" said Lucy simply, "that we
cannot always - remember that the eye of
our Heavenly Father is upon us I"
\. 4 wish I Could;' replied Helen.
\- "-"I have head My mother say," obser
ved Lucy, "that prayipg is better than
"Now Clara," interrapted•Lqura Ben
net, turning impatiently toward a fair,
gentle looking girl by her side, "we are
waiting for you."
Clara smiled, and immediately chose
the pale convoivulus, or bindnieed, wind
ing soi carelessly in and out among flit,
.the bushes, flinging over them a grace
ful covering, an emblem of meek beauty
and loving tenderneis. "Tice' only pity
is," said she, "that it should so soon close
up and fade."
"But what s y
• - .. ~
, Or dear Lucy," ex
claimed Hele . •
"I think t at I can guess," said Clara
'• Seymour, "either a violet, or,heart's ease
\ --aml Jiihtl" so
N.. ! , ;v4ic i uit c ,", rhplied i Lucy With a ticep*
' Wish, " although both the &were that
you have mentioned are great favorites of
mine. But I . shouldlike to*.resemble the
daisy most, because it is always Looltugo
UPWARDS.". . ,
. . . ,
• . A.po tell me," said Helen, es they wal e
ked home together, carrying the flowers
which they had gathered to. adorn their
several dwelling's i, do tell me why. you
wished, just now, tb be . always looking
upward like thitisy:"
'Kl,,Helen e an you ask? 'What more
do We require for happiness then to be
able, let the eland be' ever so dark, to
to look upward with the eye of faith,
and say, It - ia the Lord's will and there(-
' fore : it it best 1".. , . . •, ' ..
' "Do "you always think thus ?" - asked
44Alas no!" replied poor Lucy, while
the• Ware fell fast, "but I - am trying' and
praying to God to tettCh me.
-movement of the soul, along the
path, of duty; under tke influence of holy
lore to God r censtittites what are calldd
good ...works'. Good Works are works
which .proceed from good, principles...—
The internal form of an action cannot
'alone determine whether it'be good or
not: - Its., usefulness to others. may be
determined_ by its internal,:form, but its
moral mirth depends on the Moral spring.
front:whiCli.floW..:" Good Willis are
holineitson _action; , and this is a chief
element , -heaven.' Some, ` moralis ts
have thought that, the :hope / of heaven
. taints the ,ot virtue,hy, destroying
~....itsAlisinterestedness.._ kis the'L, sense , of
hie spiritual corrupt ion, rather than the
sense of sorrowwhich Maltvi- the bhriti.;
tian long after' ; Heaven : holiness
cif heaven is•atill-mitie' attritetive
~....than ite happiness: `ln heaven, also, the
aifccttnns m eet' andnre forever - uniteli,to
iheir prOpti• ;object.-, They, fi
ani lled and
eatisfiekivith the pretierice, of God. ,'':lt
is this;. that , thitY,' Adak after. -They
desire His -ifevorable preeencie:as their
• chief good.
It is an ` iiitereat undogbted
ly the highest intetegt; bat 'is it aselfisit
interest ? Shall the desire of tt, .son to
behold Once the face of . his father, after
few yeats' absence, be esteemed .d.
pure and. generous desire'; and shall the
desire of a , spirit, long exiled from its
native sphere, to return to its Father and
Its God, the xentre pf its being, the foun
tain of light atuflifertnd love, be. culled
ase s and interested desire ? No, it
is a' pure desire, which, is sent down
l unto thei
sprit limn the heart of God, and
which remains unsatisfied, until ha&
again mingled with its source. No; it
is a noble desire, and speaks a noble
oitigin = and the fear connected with the
idea of missing this object is not a base
fear,—it is the horror which a pure spirit
fee 4 at the thought of remaining with
pollution and being tainted by it.. The
desire of doing right for its own sake, is.
:in truth . a part of the chriSfian's desire
SUPERIOR - FRESH C-ROOEOMS
rogt, Cheap Family Grocery Siore'tof Jo
-11. - feld]. D. Halbert, West thin street, Car
' lisle, has just received a large and fresh supply
of the best FAMILY G,R.OOERIES that the
Philadelphia markets can afford. The subscri
ber has just returned froM - the city. and )would
respectful)) , invite his friend antr the public
bout,, in town and country,
and exurninFor theinseWeS his large and in--
creased stock, which embraces all.the urtidev
usually kept in his line of business. Such as
Rio, Java and St Domingo and Lagaira.Collee;
Imperial, Young Hyson and Black Teas, of
very superior - quality - and - flavor Lavering'S
crushed, loaf, falling loaf, and loaf sugars, or
ange grove, clarified -New Orleanajarid brown
Sugars of every grade and tpiality, with price to
suit. Honey ' sugar house, Orleans and. syrup,
Molasses. Spices of all kinds, which lie will
warrant pure and fresh ground.. Brooms,, Ce
dar and. Tainted buckets, churns, tubs, half
butter ladles, wash rubbers, &c Clothes,
fancy sewing, traveling and market baskets of
all , hinds. Castile, limey, rosin and country
SOAPS. Also, a general assortment of chewing
and omitting TOBACCO, spanish half spanish
and common CIGARS.. Ropes twines ' and
Brushes of all kinds. Prime-CIIEESE-always
GLASS, _QUEENSWARE.—I have also
added to my already large stock,. a number of
sew patterns of White Granite and fancy . tea
sets. with CROP: ERY WARE of every de
fcriptionr4hich 110 -cll at the lowest prices
Feeling grateful for the liberal patronage here
tofore bestowed upon hint by a generous public,
the subscriber tenders thein his hedrty sincere
rhank - s, and hopes that in his efforts to please
and particular attention to business, to merit a
continuance of their support.
March 20, 1850. JOS. D. 'HALBERT.
~ot'~ctt - ~loi~se7~'otct; --
ADJOINING THE WM HOUSE, CARLISLE, TA
Tim subscriber. having leased . the above
large and commodious HO EL, situated on dm
cornet of the - Public - Square and - South - Hano
ver street; and lately occupied by Ben!. L Esh
leman, begs leave to announce to his friends
and the public that he is prepared to entertain
them in a manner which cannot fail to meet
THE ItO USE has the most •pleasant loca
tion in the borough—has been newly furnished
and otherwise improved, and no
.pains will be
alined to make those who 'may sojourn with
him, comfortable during their stay. His par
lors are large and well furnished, and his chant.
hers - supplied with new and comfortable hod
HIS TABLE will be supplied Wi h the best
the market can afford, and all who are eonnect
ed with his house will be' bind attentive'eare
ful and obliging.
THE nArt will,cpntain the best liquors the
city can produce.
HIS STABLING is entirely new and esten
sive, capable of acconunodating, from stl to GO
horses—malting it a - desirable , stopping place
for DROVERS, and trill be a , tended by a skil
ful Ostler. in shori;pothing will be, wanting
calculated to add to the comfort and cotiveni-
enee of tho3e who ntev favor him with their
patronage. BOARDERS taken by She week,
month, or ye r
iitnr TERMS lODCRATE.
febti'd 9• t , JOHN HAN-NAN
TW , VALUABLE FARMS
• For. Sale."
Subscriber offers at private sale the fol
A. lowing described-Real Estate, "
No I.—Situated in Nerthmiddleton township,
East of Carlisle, about one mile North ,
'ot the Carlisle and Harrisburg turnpike.road,
containing 225 acres, rnomor less, about-4 lime
stone and the reeiditefilack Slate and Meadow '
land, all cleared and in n high state •of cultiva.,
than- x eßt_6o acres well covered with heavy
T , • .r. The buildinVs - ,are a very fine two
story STONE HOUSE, and
goodframe barn* partly new, with,
i ;I . .Et
Cern cribs, Wages sheds, c. a fine
gm '517; spring house and a — never failing
—, spring of:wider near the door of the
house, also; a good orchard of choice fruit. .
No situated.one Mid a half miles North
of Carlisle, oil the road leading from Sterretts
Gap to Carlisle„ . edntaining 165 acres of first rate
Slate. land, thoroughly & well limed, except 35
acres which is well 'covered with Timber., the
improvements are a two "Story frame dwelling
house and alarge &pine barn, all necessary out
buildings iu gdod condition, also, a good orchard
of choice..fruit, this Tarm is well' supplied with
Warier stock in all the ,fields. Also, 2 virago(
water near the,house that never fail: Forsook
:wishing to purchase or to examine ilia properly
• will please calron the subscriber residing in Car:
'lisle. ' • • ARMSTRONG NOBLE.
. - - -
Possedsien.will be given on the Ist - - of "April
Umpired. Payments be made to suit the per
feb.l3 50-sm. •
Pure Frei .Cod Liver OIL
THlS:new .and valuable Medieine,•,now
used by- the medical profession wit'q
Such astonishing efßeacy, in the Caro of Pied
nionary Consumption; Scrota's, Chronic Rheu
matism, Gout, General, Debility, Complaints
of the Hidneys, &c. &c., is prepared from the
liver lof the coo FISH for medicinal use,
lxpriaisly fen' Oniesles, •
(Extract . froin'trie London Medical Journal.)
M. D., F. R. S., Profcs 7
sor of Medicinei University College, Lon
don, Consulting Physician to the Hospital for
consumption,' Sic.,. says . : I have prescribed
the Oil in above - four hundred cases of tuber
culouadieeasepf the Lnngs, in ditlbrent stages,,
which have been andeir'iny' core the last two
years and a. half. lin the largo number of,
cases, 206 out of 234,4 is usowas - followed: by
maidked and unequivocal Improvement, vary
ing iii degree in different cases, from a tempo
rary retardation of the progress of the disease
and a mitigation of distressing symptoms, op
to a more or less complete restoration to iippa_
"The °fleet of the Cial Liver Oil in tuna:
therm cases was very remarkable. Even in a
few days the cough was mitigated, the expec
toration diminished in quanty and Opacity,
The night. sweats , 'ceased, the pulse became
slower, and of better volume, and, the appetite,
flesh and strength were , gradnally Improved. ':
"lii eonclusion rrepeat that the pure fresh
oil from the liverof the Cod is more beneficial
in the treatment. of 'rulnionery•.Conaumption
.than cny - agent, medicinal, dietetic or . regime : .
nal, That has yet beertempleyed."•
tAs wo.have made errangemerits to '.procure
the Cod Liver Oil; fresh from head quarters; it
an now had cheMically pure by the single
hottliii or in boxes of oniAlozen each.
Its wonderFul efficacy has induced numoron
epurious imitations.. As; its success . depends
quaretYnn its polity, top muck care cannot be'
~ usedtupmeuring It genuine.'
;. Every hot , l 3 l ,3p ba eild
vlrr e g d 7c4. o i
o nir our writtenign
cure, may iti
Pamp lets, containing: :••analyairi..of the
Oil, with notices of 'fiiin' c ideffical /darnels;
Will be Sent to; those who add Mes •us tree' of
:postage:""-. JOON EAKEEfir. - • .
•• Wholesslellruggistiand 92 .„
'.-100 ; North Third
r•'. . • •
, 'Obiznney , Board Tapers.' -•-•
FUST °piffled a variotk .Paper
ing :chimney' boards.' Aleo, foi - WindOw
Beagle. An entirely new . Wbeelbarreir
010. Lapin : G W
' ,filioccllcmcog. t
THE largeSt, - CheopeSt, beSt `and most
elegant assortment of PON otrowrEs ,
in the 'United States, can alWays be•found at the
warehouse of the sultscriker, •
171 Chesnut Street, atone Fifth,
At the Old Smut! occupied more than a third of
a century by Illr•George Willig; music publish.
zr r ianosataps._argana,_Sarafthiarq
fiesh from the most celtbratcd Menu
lecturers in New York;•l3oston flhlthitore,
Philadelphia, and, elsewhere. Sulk' wholesale
and retail,ut the maker's cash prices.
- • 'OSCAR C B CARTER,
171 Chesnut Street, Philadctpltia
Feb. 13, 1856. '
THE' GREAT I AINA STORE
ITIHAPiKFUL to the citizens of Carlisle
and its vicinity for their increased custom,
wg again request their company to ticw our
late and splendid r.lsortinosit of •
- Cnina, Glass Queensware,
Dinner Sets. Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, and• single
pieces; either of Glass,. China or Stone Ware,
sold in quantities to suit purchasers, for less than
.they than be had elsewhere—ln fact at less
than Wholesale Prices. AMERICAN AND
ENGLISH BRITANNIA METAL GOODS
in greater variety than ever before oll'ered in
the city. FANCY CHINA in great variety
very cheap, t k _
wont, invite any person visiting the
city to call and flee us—they will at least be
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.
ASTROLOGY, ASTRONOMY, TRENOLOGY AND
Professor C ly:Roback, -
Office; No. 71 Locust St.; above Bth, op
posite the Musical Fund Hall, Phtl'a.
$25,000 HAN G BEEN WON.
iopY my numerous friends on the late l'residen
alai election, should convince those skepti
cal peisons who talk of FAILURES, that no. such
niing as FAIL is or has been knownt bv_the end
inentand-d i siingui sheil—Ast rooomer and—Astrol—
oger, C. \V. IIDBACK., during hi> "experience
of over a. quarter of a- century,—Doryop doubt
predestioation ? Then why not every man pun
a celebrity of CeneralTaylor, a Daniel Webster
or a Henry Clay ?" And yet there are some who
are foolish enough`to doubt t a man may be
bora p lilt the power :o see into future intents.
WOW can it be possible that the destiny of man
should be governed by the "mere shuffling of a
pack cif earth . ? and yet there are thousands' ho
allow themselves, with open mouths, to swallow
the greasy words of some old_woman,.wliose true
skill consists iu filling them with wonders that
are most difficult fOr the digestion of - others, whp
arc mare eredulous;:yet more scientific. It is
- suchthatliringAilercilitmi a profession that hai
beedacknostledged to be a seienitc of the highest
orderfrom aloe immemorial and is the only pro ,
fessimi that has any authority to sustain it. The
high respect which (;,leneral Taylor, and Charles
Bet nadOtte, hate . Ktitg of Sweden had for A strol—
gy, is shown by their letters for their Nativi
ties to the'subscribm:, which it will give hula
him with a call.
Itt 'addition to his power, to foresee future e
vents,- he has the power togive such -- information
as will effectually- redeem such as are given to
the too free use.lof the bottle. - lle.is also eapa
bleof curing disiliel heretofore consider[ d - in_
curable in tl is country In..the ordinary meth
eilles, and wit:ln:sal] to g ive hint a call. who have
heed given up 14-physicians and with, hi he cur
ed- lir will warruni in cure in all 10,SeS,1111111 will
make no dvtrge except for the conjurations he
pall make use olio his oflice. tic is often asked
what a Nativity isq lie - ansmicrs'.dcerrding to
Xe'emnaney, one of the seven poildS science
of Astrology, that it is a Iforroseope of the future
events of 4 person's life, carefully calculated - and
transcribed on paper, containing an account of
all tic lucky and unlucky daye in the months and
years of the persons life foe whom it is cast ; by
which menus - thousands in this country and elss
where have been prevented rum misforomes that
h a d liceolliddea in' the wirlub.of futurity , by re-
[erring to their Nativity before entering on - any
speculation of business or pleasure.. It should
be 'tithe. Itands.of cverY one as their A111:111:0 for
tile. A Nativity ofan individuate:ln
. only tore
ward the possessor of troubles that are in (tame
for him; those alio arc involved In pre sent
cables of any kiud Must way orealic subscriber is':
persoO or by letter, is prepared to evert his
secret hillucnce.for thelimmediate be refit. lIE '
hi ready to See his influeria to forestal the results
of lawsnits,and ell undertakings in which there is
a . risk involved, Ire also makes ause of his povier
for the restoration or stolen or lost property,
which he hat used for the mly,anilige of thousands
in this city and elsewhere. %Vito can doubt a
gradleinan's abilities, who has had the honor to
be called on mid consulted with bvall the crown:
Cal heads of Europe. and e ujeys a higher reputa
tion as an astcologet , than any one
ecklic caw bt consulted with ty. his Mike, or by
fetter, if pre-paid, and he is
,prepaierl to make
use of his power on any Oahe tollowingtopies
Business of all deicriptions;travelling by land ori
sea;,courishipsjadVice given for their successful.
accomplishment; speculating ins stocks, meiellan•
disc, or real, estate: the recovering -..nf
dispute; the purchasing:of tickets; and the safety
of ships at 66-, Healso offers his respec
health, wealth . , anal marriage, lovzu . (Fairs,
ets,dillicultir• in basilic , fraud,
and in all the concern's afire, uud Inviteaali to.
call who are - alllisteal, ceirPorealfimM9otalli,
Ladies, 50-eants; Gentlemen, $l. tivities
calculated and raid in lull, according to the Or
acres OEMaSculine - Signs—Lailies. Ge dlemen
$1,50. Nativities calculated iccotaling to eouian
ey,for L4rie;'lsl,2 7 llt. ..$3; Gentlem
in fill1;451. g .
waircires I .-VITATCICEIS !
Mead to per-
of •a good
VADVING received additional'
1...1L-Gold and Silver WATCHES of every .
description, from London, Liverpool and Swit-:'
=laud importations, is now prepared ten turn ,
ish the very best article at a price fnr below
any ever ollered, Of the same quality, and Which
cannot:be •undersold by an' other store in
PhiladelPhia- or elsewhere: Everfwatcli - sold
will be perfectly' regulated, and warranted to
be•as goodies represented. • •• -
Watches at thefollowing low pl-ices:
Gold Lovers, full jewel'e,lB carateascs, $2B 00
Silver do do • 12 00
Gold Lepinei, jeweled, 18 carafeasest 22 00
Silver do do • • ••• - 8 - 00
.The L. R. Bunnell' Gold - Pen;•a' superior
article in silver casdovith pencil,and warranted
51,50 Gold Pencils for Si , and upwards, Gold
Medallions, and Locket for DagurrreOtyPe Like
nesses; Gold Chains and Hair bracelets. Brenta
Pins, Ear Rings, Finger tinge, and nlgeneral
assortment of every description .of, ~Jewelt*
at unusual low prices. ) •
. No. 110 North 2d street, 2cl door' fidow :Rae'
LEWI9 - a..BIIOOMALL.
. 0ct3141849;6m (Pierce, .agent;) . • • •
CARLISLE FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOP
..TIIE subscriber co ntinues, rho manufacture'
of- CASTINGS, at hie Foundry in High street
and having now on :hand qq full assortmencol
Flatmate prepared. to all kinds of
IRON -AIM.. BRASS 'CASTINGS in the ,
best style and and at, the
has now on hand large assortintlni" of
ings, such asHorn-crashers, Mill and
Gudgeons, - .Plough castings; Points*, Shears and
Cutters, Wagon and Coach Boxes;'cellar grates
Oyen Boors, ,cask --Weights, die:- Conking
Tenlylato and Coal Stoics." , He‘ also' builds
..etrul, _repairs CARS; Threshinir hlct.`
. chines andHoirte•Potverst with oyory
other kind of:Machinery, write sher
leslaollwr....ohlrilin;Broas and, copyisr taken
in'eichingu. for , Wark - -rillrenving-parehiated
411 of Kenny Co.'s Patterns, persons wishing
tohave thein. will-fied-thetn nty.shop, -
A 4NO4Ds writing fluid,w-voric4o4 .
paariar tat. tor male at , ' "41,1pDARD.1.
TIIE Allen and East Pennsborough Mutual
I ire Insurance Company, of Cumberland colinty
I torporatod•bynn'acltti~fi'A`ssentbly,.isatow ljdly
c gimized, and in um:alien-under the manage
:l eat of the following Commissionorru viz
Jacob Shelly, Wm It GurgrisiMichael Cock.
i , 51olehoir Brenneman, Christian Staynian,
1. mry Logan, — Benjamin H Musser, Jacob
I ,:rk, Samuel, Joseph Wickersham.
The rates of insurance' me l ee low and favors.:
'o 'as.itny Company of the kind in the State.—
: erson's wishing, to become members are invited
make application to the agents of tite coMpa
z. f; who are willing to wait upon ihein at ally
• ;JACOB SHE ,LY, President.
I ENRY LOCIA.N,Nice resident.
Mfr.:TT/IEL COCK Lin, T LI: ;E V O IS su i r T C Y T E . n'
Cumberland Alnrtin, Vow
Cumber:land, C 13 Herman, Kingstown, Henry
Shironintistoy.'n, Robert Moore and
( navies Reif, Carlisle, Isaac Hinpey,, Alechan,
iburg. Ahl, Churclifown. ^
York count p..rohn Slicrrick, Lisburn, John
1 owman, Dillsburg, Peter Wolford, Franklin
2 din Smith, Eoq., Washington, W S Picking,
1 over, Daniol Raffensberar, J ,W Craft.
Ilarrisbure',.-11ouser & jtoehMon•
•Mernhers to( the company having policies aSt
b -Jut to expro can haye,thent renewed by nick:.
i g application to city of the agents.
!:'he Girard Life Insurance Annuity
and. Trust Company of Phil'a.
( ffice Aro, 159. Chestnut &act ; Capital . $3OO.
000. (Urfa Pcrpcttta
1 ! "lONTIN OE to make Insurarrees en Lives
J on the roost favourable terms. receive and
ze - cute.Triksts, and receive Deposits on Inte
Tim Capital being paid' tip and invested, to
latherwith accurnulated premium fund.;alorda
a rEar'r.ei stimarry to the insured. The pre•
innt..may be paid in yearly, hall yearly, or
- - The Comprmy ad it BONUS at stated pa-,
ails to the insurances - fir life. .This plan o
r - iurancels'the most approved of, and is more
t in use, than any other in Great
h e"subiect - it bes t- understood—try - ,
people, and where they have had the ,long•
✓ t experience,) as appears front the fact, that I
c it of 117 Life Insurance Companies there, of '
•r. ; kinds, 87 arc on this plan. .
The first BONUS nits appropriated. in De
g inber, 1.844, amounting to 10 per cent. on the .
a• RI insured under the oldest polices; to 84 per'
nt., . per cent., &c, Szc.,on others, in pro.
1 . -pion to the time of stantlinCrpalcin,g. en ad
c ,ion of $100; ',987.50; $375, Sz,c.,'Vc. to every
$ I ,000,,,priginally insured, which iS an average
e inure thanso per cent on the premiums paid,
a d witheut increasing the . annual payment to
t c Company :
The'operation of the BC)
b • the following examples
✓ ice Register of the Comt
Sum Bonus OT
I o 58
__51..000.3.10P . 09
1 1, ,50_0
2,500 17 - 'OO
..—Pamphlets ..containing-__the—table_ ot_rates
a, d explanations of the subject ; forms of ap
t) -icakion, and further information spn be had at
t' c office, gratis, in person- or letter, ad
d essed to the President or*cruttry; --
B W RICIIARDS, President.'
J NO F JAMBS, Actuary.
^-, . •
estoration 8c Preservation of the
3y IVZ Wise ilk Son,. of Ifirgini.
45;.: SON, finding it 'altogethei
VI impossible .to attend personally to the
g' eat number of daily applications, frotia all
s ctions of the .Union, for their remedy for
I .11d&ss, and for their celebrated HAIR TO
-1 10, have found it necessary to appoint a
(.eneril .Trovelling—Jgent, -40 Visit different
✓ .ies and towns throe ghout.,the United Statet,
• sting him with antbority . to appoint sub-a
mis, use and vend the Hair Ttinie, and io ap
y the RESTORATIVE, nod to put them
to the hands of those he may appoint to • ope
r •te wherever a sufEciMit number of patient
i ally town orneighborhood shall he obtained.
Capt. GEORGE CALVERT, of Fauquier
.unty, Va., is alone authorized Jo net as Gen.
✓ nt Travelling Agent, with the powers above
4:apt, C. may bc.cxpected .to visit, as speed
v as pructicabre the prineipal c.ties and town
N. 13. Capt. Calvert will always have on
hand a full supply of the HAIR TONIC
eletinses the head 01 dandruff, Strength
c.is and invigorates the hair, and prevents it,
s Ise, from falling off,) for the region of country
pst contiguous to his orrerations, or it may
~Ways be obtained at wholesale, Mal forwarded
any part of the Union .by addressing the
oprietors, Sz . ; SON. Richmond,
3:KI - Price ,V 1 per dozen cash. Six bottles fur
or one dollar single bottle. [novi2B,ly
For sale ih Carlisle by S \v II A V. E R-
I yicK. _ .
___.......,_ .....______,........_, .......
- CONS i, l ,:it. Ivlg'l* . :) . - tiOt Ir-a.
, a all Chtiatlanlmad and i zed countries; has calmed a
:agar proportion of d the than nnv other malady that at.
lints tho bumtm (mull ; and, until within a few yours,
- ' aerobes not beep any: tain remedy to atop the devasta•
eon of thataleatroyer, -B taw— ' _
urea very many of Lid finnt efranuly marked and developed
. tom or .1 1 1.71.111044.1.141 4 CONSUME . rion--real, atulaubted moan
.r. ulcerated and dinned lklNOtl.--Fucl; 4101011.1,5.444.110.4 US
were neeei before cored he any (Wad . medicine. ;:u utter
' '1 'wades, worn some of the afflicted ;:rating, an to ham,
men proaothtee ' d by pity.fr:k.. nod fr11,114:0 10 Ito ACM.:
. .14 4401 4 40. Pomp. Who had limit - buriahclothea made, have
.con curd, tout i• et live: others, who it veal Ald w„„1.1
401. hive 10101110, 4 fly, aru•ale:W 101W01.1 natal 110011)4101.they
I I ;mantl. all the cleansing and pa rlfylue virnien nearly
a:a powerful tuttliactivo nadhe preparation Which we call
.)R ANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING 'EXTRACT.
tialnant differs fronuthoExtract, becaue s o pm:Waren
, I.o..afiratioas,,schieh are 'pren/intip adapted to, and arc
r t iwy neirsrtrylvr, 14,e afire , • •
.COUGHS AND CONSUAIPTIONS
no hlt dine anon n pulmonary naiad—mob disop.add as
usultlly'provo no fatal under ordinary treatment, tvlion tho
uiack the • •
11 Throolunga, and Hera , •
This 11A LSANI nnaLs AND eurtnAli.cran in the r.frsas,
anal elsowhom Miernally, an errtality andorisiiy, as the Po.
air ring .EncruAqr carer nod heats ulcer. erfrrnailin This
•Iralsam cure. NINE DMA of Conylt and Coasimption uut cif
TEN, after nll other romodlea have Im7cd.to dolrood, ,
• . ,
- Thousands of ' Mnsanipt - ions -..
mid WArtinie ou.iha abundantly prove itetatfailine eljustrg
in each diseases, and its. undoubted - dun:else power, end
soothing, healing properties, in the roll Swing complaints
wl.distases, oit,c ,Apittiail of ]blood, 'deeding at Ms Lew.
Taira in th,s /Irma and yotc, Night ovate, Nervous Cora.
aaiste, Palpitation of the Emrt, Cholera !uranium, Dv..
Inv .1 Sumner Complaints ie/Chil4rets and Adollf.,.and. all
FEMALE WEAKNESSES -& COMPLAINTS:
Ng rcireedte offered to the public has rer been half BA
',tam unit effectual in featuring ALT, Ike incidental wearenes.
mm /URI irreglibtrifies 5r the sex, as BRANT'S,PULMONARY
BALSAM. It makes nod illitrence whether the de rangenemt
ly'ppres.ion, ,Rue , Or other went es.—it REGULATES
ALL, by arARBIAtErnyMA SYSTEM, amoUsing tha 011151/I,A.
.nothing nod atayinc - NERVOUS IRRITABILITY
rir See pamphlets.' • ' . ' , . •
A,I3YiNCI WQMAN - CURED
We anti, thin cure to ,pi . orn din POWER TO say e Lira
whon this B i
(BALSAM s used, °von niter the person in con.
tidered by physician. aadfriende 0, 1,0 'lll Pm last gauge, of
-,thou—urcunily -Driuu—euid, in fhlucass, so .sall cone., •
that the slißol2l, and 11UltiApel.oTHr.S lone bouplul For-
the particular; of this case, and the resprelable and undo:db
prolf of alLtlits OiretOnslonees nit,-facts, wo ruler to our
PA fOrIiLETS. ' •'' • - • '
cure iivan'elreceed an Mrs. MBA DYN,EMAN, of
5i44,3a,9017a County, N. Y. We cab prove, Id ,
' :thud a doubtinsany others, almost equally hothker, nod in.
numerate canes of Coughs and Consoolplions CURED,
wkieb.worOpeoneOproiineeroddebv sniCrut. sit v minus.
. • •
.• • • FITS PITS - FITS. -
k. LIPPINOOTT k PON, respeconbleauer.'
' ' chants aciritirrues,Solliran Bantsyleania, wrote to
en, May 12.1319, atalllth, Oolong otßor BEN
' • heed derived Item the.unkof BRANT'SPUL MO NARY .
BALSAM, that ere of tholroustomers had Just' infbemed
'chain that her child, which bad been subject - to FITS AT
!warred too rit,wttn cured ity:tlin hut of BR•HT'S 1.141,8,111 f:
• . See (no. rantpitlets for tin cuten,afrontod hy - IMIANt
•..'• 'ilYMO'NTEttic; `•'•
and' !Amman Court.stalt, claildriin or' meal powr.
.coroittriaour anyJullont wheierar. • •
00 . 014 RA IIV FA N'T'UIVV. •
nesidtierintotnt Me . ..death of her child by.
;that child-destroy g zumplairar,• I,vheq teething
Weather—Cadens Inlantain, or what Ikeedied SUMMER
COMPLAMIT=if 01111./iNVIS ruiziolutax, BALBSTI"
'be administered to the It sistaild, howolfer, in ruck
'Nam, be used in [Wrier large potion. as the directiorut on
each bottlerprescribel' WWI inecomylaint is checked. -
• For; site W., 1 • RAWLIN S'A, S. 'W.,
RAYERSTICK,.CarIiaIa,,3 fr, 1 . 4
`end' W. fI,E fray°, hiprionablirg-,--Wm
'Litibarn- 7 4F, Spahr, Meahanicabuig-41•Hor•
. ; tany.Prowville-,-A C glittlt,' Slocmfiold-rßoa
,Yorttld'Hohlaa, laillerat9 . tvoU'A Valnidc,„qo
, Shahrar,.Dilie.buto-q Morita LiklipHatrisldrk,
' All lotter t s'an'd'ardara ,addroaoo, , t . c.
Waillace&Ci;'lo . 6 gioadway''lVaiv rirki
• - .4
For the,Renioval and Permanent Cure of all
And of those Complainla which are caused by nn im
paired, weakened or unhealthy condition of •
This beautiful and convenient application of the mys•
lesions powers of GALVANISM and MAGNETISM, has
been pronounced by distinguished physicians, both in
Europe and the Muted States, to. be the moll eviude
medicine/ discovery of the .Ige.
Dr, CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT
MAGNETI . MLUID
is used with the most perle • an certain Bunsen in all
vas ; •
Strengthening the weakened body, giving, tone to the
various organs, and invigibuting tho entire system. Also
in FITS, CRAMP, PARALYSIS dind PALSY, DYSPEP
SIA or INDIGESTION, RHEUMATISM, ACUTE and
CHRONIC,' Gou'r, EPILEPSY, LUMBAGO, DEAF
NESS? NERVOUS TREMORS, PALPITATION OF
Tilt: hIEART, APOPLEXY, NEURALGIA, PAINS dm
the SIDE and CHEST, WEIL COMPLAINT, SPINAL
COMPLAINT, amt. CURVATURE of the SPINE, HIP
COMPLAINT, DISEASES of the KIDNEYS+ DEFI
CIENCY OF NERVOUS 'aid - PHYSICAL ENERGY,'
and Mr NERVOUS DISEASES, which complaints arise
from ono simple cause—namely,
A Derangement of the Nervoia System.
ely— . In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Drugs and Medi
cines encreose the disease, for they weaken the-vital entire
glee of the already prostrated system while under the
strengthening, life-giving, vitalising influence of Calms-
PrinTlivappliettlirthtsiniautlfurand - Wonderfht - dleOovety,"
the exhausted patient and weakened sufferer is restored
to former health, strength, elasticity and vigor.
- The groat peculiarity and iexcellegce'nf
Dr. Chrfstie's Galvanic Curative
consists, in the fumt that they arrest and cure dismatin by
ailtuan d apidication, in place of the usual mode of drug.
ging nnd phynimiting the patient, till_exheupted Nature
sink. hopelessly under the infliction. • ".
They etrengthen the whole system,e - OidtreelVeirettlation
of thi Alood,"prosnole the seeretinwand - never do the slight
est injury wider any 'cif cumrionces.. Since their intro
duction in the United States. onto three yours since, more
60,000 _ P erson-s
Including all ages, elutes and colnlitions, tnong.wnich
were a large number of ladies, who are peculiarly subject
to Nervous Complaints, Imvo bells
INITIRELY AND PERMANENTLY CURED.
)NAIS - will be seen
: from the Life ]nsu•
pithy, thus :
when all hope of t taw( hd , l Oren gene hut ever,
thing else boon tried to a nitt !
illuatrate the use al the Q ALVARIiC LIELT,
Anlount of Policy &
Bonus payable a
the party's decease
suppose the ease of n person afflicted with that. bens of
rissliention, DYSPEPSIA, or any other S. lam. or
N4rYOll6 Disorder. In ordinary eases, stimulnats are
taken which, by their action en the nerves and muscles
the - stoinriariafferd reasporroi relief,, - hut which - Move
the - patient in a lower state, and with injured faculties,
-alter the - action thus excited has ceased,. _Now compare
this with the etrect resulting from the application ot the
OALVANIC, BELT. Take a Dygpaptic sufferer, even
to the worse' symptoms of on attack, and sumdy tie the
ItolL aresund...tite._body,_using_the Aloft - natio_ Fluid as
directed. is a short period the insensible perspiration
will act on the positive clement of the Belt, thereby
causing a tialvanic circulation which will pie on to the
negative, and thence , heck again to thapositive, thus
Tears - mg upa continuous Galvanic circulation throughout
the system. Thus the most severe cases of DYSPEPSIA
ore PERMANENTLY CURED. A FEW DAYS is
OFTEN A.MPLY.SOFFcCIENT.TO F.RADICATP: TILE
DISEASE OF YEARS.
CERTIFICA.TES AND TESTIMONIALS
thel'lrliost Ureytoubtediliraett , r,
prom all parts of tho Contiiricoulil to given, ',liniment
to fill every column in this paper!
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which conclacivoly proves that,
"Truth is stranger than Fiction,"
RIBUIIIATO3VIIRONCIIITIS - IND DYSPEPSIA
Rev. Dr. Landis,-o._Clergyman
of New - Jersey, of distinguialied nttainmonts and exaltad
SIONT.V. New Jersey, July 12, 11 , 15.
Dn. A. ii. Cliaisric,-Dear Sir: Tots wish to know of
in what has been the'rbhult in my own case, of the appli
_ation of THE GALVANIC DELI AND NECHLACE
My reply is as•follovie
For about twenty yearsi had been statnng from Dyr--
pepsin. year the symptoms became worse, nor
could I obtain permanent relict from nay conue of medi
cal treatment whatever, About. fourteen yenrs since, in
consequence of frequent exposure to the weather, in the
discharge of my pastoral duties, I became subject to a
severe Chronic Rheumatism, which for-year idler year,
Caused No indescribable anguish. Farther in the wintel
of'4s and '45, in consequence of preschim; a great clan,
in my own end various other churches in this region, I
was attacked by the Bronchitis, which soon became so
severe as to require on immediate suspension of my pas
toral labors. My cements system was cow thoroughly pros
trated, and as my Bronchitis became Worso, so also did my
llyipepsia and Rheuniatic offection—tlme evincing that
these disorders were connectell with each other through
the medium of the Nervous System. In the whole Oar.
macoprela there - seemed to be mr,yemedial agent which
could reach and recuperate my Npreus System ; every
thing that I' bad tried for tide purpose had completely
faired. At last I woe led by my friends to examine your
inventions, and (though with no very sanguine hopes of
their officiency): I determined to try the effect of the
application of the GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE,
with the MAGNETIC FLUID. This was iu June, ISM
To MT anent ASTONISHMENT, IN TV7O DAYS HT DTSVETAIA
DUO aorta; IN EIQIIT VATS I Will EN•I3I.[II TO arsons=
MT rsaveasr. LABORS; non HATE. I SINCE ONSITTICO,SINOLS
'ARRTICE ON !CCM, Or THE BRONCHITIS ; AND MT'
MATlC.issrcrtorr HAS armor:LT esseau To TROUBLE Mi.
i t ay.recon t e estiLdFL to any
flikanive been likewise tottering from Neuralgic iffec.
liana. They. have tried them, 'WITH tram nraur.s.s,
pcusvr, in EVERT CASE.
I arn, dear sir, very reepectfully yours,
ROBERT W. LANDIS.
• __DR. CHRISTIE'S
la peed for oil complointi affecting' the :flatlet or Mad.
'welt ea Bronchitia, Inflammation of the Throat, Nervou.
and Hick lloodaclie, Dizziness" of the Head, Neuralgia in
the Face, llwrzinger Hexing lathe Eare, Deafness, which
is generally Norroor; and that distressed complaint, called
-• - Palay and
All physicians achnowlmlg sc terrible diseases
are caused by - 1 deficienc'y
. f Nervous Energy in the
affected limb ::. Dit Galvanic Articles will
stipply this delkeien ' t power, and a complete and entire
cure Is thus dratted.
1000. Cases of Palsy and ..PainlYsis
nu • 0 been reported to De. Cu:rums:and his Agents within
e last two years, which haws been entirely restored.
fise. Annenw J. F. Toms of Brooklyn, pr. Y. bad
not !teen able to walk a Mei, for near four yell's, :Indwell
so helpless that he had toireil,.Tlinjtifiit nelebral d
physicians give him up. I vo days rifler he comment e
-wearing the IiiLTAMIC Br , NECILLACZ, ion lin•cr.t.e s,
he Walked acme the roorNand in three weeks he bad pe
redly recovered his health. Captain Tome. ii coven
Severe Deafness Cured.
The following is one:treed from ieletter lately received
from a distinguished physician in the State of yirginin:
quavrrni;;lW. D.—Dear Sir : One of my, patients,
Unkriown lo me; oldnined your Otshianie Belt and Neck.
Lace, with the Magnetic .11<lid, Torn serious affection of
Deafness. "lho 'case:lves 'that of n lady whose Nervhue
system was much 'disordered, and her general health
poor. Much was done previously to the applicationof the
Dell, hut with very little success, axid'U feel it only right
to tell you, that smcoshotommenced wearing the Belt
and using the Fluid, 'but a few weeks ago, ohs hns
ENTIRELY REOOVERED. TIER HEARING, and hes
general health' is better than for sevemlyears."
1:0- - Every case of Deafness„ if it be Neribus, as it
generally is, tan becured by this wonderful.Vemody.
OR. CHIRISYIE 9
GALVANIC .BEACELL"I'S '
• A.ro found of 'vast see - vice in cases ,of Coniuleions or Fits,
.Bmodie Coirtplaints, and genarat Ncirvons Affections of
ad and upper extremities.. Foley and Paraly:
WA all diseases caused by- deficiency of - pow,'
,orhierrous Enorgy in the limbs or other organs of the
.61-.lllany hundred Certificate' Inn all. parts of . the
'country of the most.extrAordinary cl ractercen be giisa,
• Cbdr— No trouble of inconvenience attends the used
TIC'CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC ARTICLES, end
they may be worn by the moet.feeble and `delicate-with'
perfect am end irdety. in teeny canes 'the serusatios
attending their Wel. Aeghly pleatont and agreeable:- They .
coo be sent to ony part of the_ country.
' • Fraca s :.. ' •
Th• Galvani9.33olt, ' . Thre• DOU•3I, ••
The Galvanic Islaol,litce, Two Dobai!,
The Galvanic .Bracelets, Om:Encino; Ilaidz;
Thirrifigpotio Plt* r One '
'*•• Thd articles are..ilecomprniad by fill raid plain
'directions. Pamphlete with full, particulars may
' of the authorized 'Agent. '
So1fl: in Carliale.by S. `,EI4I.4OT.T__
""V iTßA'rich China'and'Glass in great vari
oty, French China Dinner 'remand Toils .
Bete v .Splondid. Orntimentn,, also a. variey o
Stone, China, Liverpool and ,Common Dishes
• •••LIGHT LIGHT • •
Fluid, COinpldne, tard and: Oil Liimhs, in grUat
variety... Also Oils of every description.
Firm, .0010 - ng :and - Breakfast. 'rons, also extra
firm YO,und 'lmperial,. just rocoitmti from Now
YUrk, and for . eale.ut tlto, Cheap Grodory atm('
'.(MUrel 26). •• ,` CANHOFF.
~.,-I :_. s _ -..i s __. .:,
..:_i'-75.".1,110 4:..,-!_ -- k1 - . .i - . ./ .:0,16 --
V - 03 1P
,_l-,4 up../.:,....,-.y-,05. ..-::-..
" ---- e - N.1.,
China Si Glass Ware.
' SUPERILR TEAS
1 .1:.. 'eil.)YV''' '....(
, -- .7; / V4Y:''''l"': 711'• 'l '..l . Aflfi t'al
'II6OF/11 1 4`,!: 'T - ../ e,f, '',!:l ;,•i , ',.?.i'; Y . ; : I. :9.4ilP"'.it t , ', /le! :
WiIt:RANTED ruts AND TIII.P.f PROOF4AND
FDI:E. 'TON DAMPNESS'
_ _ _
- TVH:RSLr — SAI?ES possess every go'
ilicatidn'to render them prod. against the
action of lire or thieves, arid of sufficient strength
to endure a fad from - any story of a Minting
building. t l'hey are made of , tyroughtLironi
bein, bnced, riveted and welded together, and
find with a perfect non-conducting fire proof
mineral compeFition. no wood being used itt
their construction :is in the majority,of safes
sold by other intike'r:s. -The doors of GAY.
DMZ'S Safes WTI secured with his THIEF
DETErrroit and ANTI-GUNPOWDER
LOCK, which nrecledes the possibility of pick
ing or idliwing• their upo.n Midi gunpowder.—
O rwo HUNDRED of these Safes have
been exposed in accidental fire to the most in
terne bent, in trinity
,insiances remaining in the
burning ruins for several days, and at Ino time
have they•ever been known to fail in preserving
The publie„are ini , ited to call at the Branch
Depot. No. UT, EXCHAN,GE PLACE, PHD,-
' AD ELPHIA. near Dock street, and examine
the numerous testimonials in favor of G AT
LER'S SAFES, also the large assortment on
hand for sale at manufacturers prices, by
JOHN L Agent.
P. S. Also for sale low, new and second
tf-Safes of other makers, which have been
taken in part payment for Gayler's Salaman
To Farmers and Men of Business,
OILS, CANDLES & GUANO.
TTlLEsubscriber oilers, at the lowest rates.
_in any quantity to snit purchasers,, Genuine
Peruvian Guano, and every variety of Sperm,
Whale, Latd, and Tanner's Oils.
turers, Tanners; Farmers, Dealers and Consu
mers, are invited to, call at No. 37 North
Wharves the first Gil Store helot. Race street,
Philadelphia. W. RIDGWAY,
April 3,1850.-72 m. _
Mannfactory of Pocket 80.. )K 9 , fjx„
No. 52i Chesnut Street, above Serwi
MILE subscriber respectfully solicits publiell
tention to his superior and tasteful stock a
Pocket Books, Banker's Cases, Bill Books,
' Dressing Cases, Card Cases, Ptcri. Mo:
naies, Purses, Pocket Knives, and
otheryfine-Cutlery, Gdld Pens, and
Pencils,. Seger Cases, Chess
Men, Back Gammon,
Boirds, Dominos Fee
Ills assortment consists of die-most fa:hien-ta
ble and modern styles, of the finest quality 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.
1r.." - Purehasers who desire to-supply them
selves with articles of the best quality will con
sult their own interests by calling at this es
tanlishineLt. F II srurrn,
Pocket Book Manutneturer,
Pltila., veps im 52; Chesnut Street:
WATCHES, Ew y, kc
THE subscriber respectfully informs iris
friends and the •pnbliti gimehlly, that- he -has
' just returned from l i hiladelphta with the iargest
and most splanded assortment of Watches, Jew
elry, &c., ever before offered to the citizens of
His stock consists in part of ti splendid lot of
Gold and Silver Lever Watches, Gold and Sil
_ver do.-with- a .vartery—ol-Watches -of
lower prices, Gold guard Chains, Gold, and
Silver Pencils, ii splendid - assortment of gol
pens of most approved manufacture, Sllve•
Butter Knives, Silver and plated SpOOtis, fine
Silver plated Forks, a large and 'splendid lot of,
Gold and Silver Spectacles,(he invites particu•
tar attention to this article of spectacles, as he
can warrant them to be the boss on this ,side of
Philadelphia,) Common Spectacles of all prices
a Irrge and beantihtf assortment of Gold, Firt•
gee and Ear Rings, all prices; Breastpins, a
great variety. Watch keys, Fob and Vest
Chains, Silver and shell Card cases, a very sa
ne:Mr article, Silver thimbles, Silver combs,
cake..tinskets, with a groat- vdricty of -ether ar
ticles in his line, net necessary to meniion. •
fie invites all to call and examine his stock
assured that it cannot fail to. please, both in
quality 'antipriee. - CONLYN.
NEW GOODS AT 'MB
01'18 Uo , S T 0 4IC 1E!
THE undersigned respeeifully informs his
fiends and numerous mistomers, that he has
removed Ilia store to Ifinnbrivll's corner direct•
ly opposite \Vni. Leonard's old stand, in' North
Ilauover street. Ile has recently returned from
Philadelphia, with a large and carefully so•
ICCIed 'assortment of
New spring C-oods,
Purchased at.the lowest prices, and which he is
determined dispose of at very small refits. A
arg,a assortment of , - •
at from 75 cents to $ per' yard. --Mao, Cassi
mores, Cassincts and Vcstinp, at various pri
such as Delaines, Bareges. and a snlendid as•
sortment of Hillis. Also, a very extensive as
sortment of Calicoes and Gingham, suitable
for the approaching sense». FAlso, Checks,
Table Diapers, 'Pickings, bleached and us.
bleached Muslins, Bonnets, Hats; &e.
gt BOOTS ANDLSHOES. -
A well , 'seleeted assortment of Men, Women
and • Children's Boots and Shoe.i, of superior
quality, and very Them). Also, boys and men s
Cloth and Hungarian Caps.
of all hinds, viz: Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Pe.
kin Tea Company's celebrated Tens, &c., nil
fresh and good. Also. constantly op hand,
the lAst ipitality of Carpet-rlpitt.
Thr tbscriberris— , etfully asks his custom
ers al good bargains, to give
't forget - tie stand, cor•
old stand, North Han-
W WOODS, Ag't.
Rags pod Soap y ett
. Carpets, Carpets.
A SEICOND . supply of Impdial, Ingrain,
Al Cotton and Girdling Carpcni, whibh nill
be sold cheaper than can be bought at any other
nsinblishmont in thcd3orougli,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES
Just received another lot of,Ladies' Walking
Shoes, Slippers, Buskins and . Gaiters, of the
latest shapes and best Philadelphia ananufdc-
tore. Also, a beautiful assortment of 'Chil
dren's Skees. Boots and Slippers. •
CA R P EV — B - AGS—A N D 'eft A V .1; Lid NIG
A large supply of Trunks and Travelling
Bags of a superior quality, just . received.
B 9.,NNETS ! BON NETS !.'11',1„-M.
. The attention of the Ladies is partipularly in•
vited to my large and splendid- assb) i tment of
BONNES of all kinds, prices and iodides.
Also, a' very 'arge and beautiful lot f Bonnet
Ribbonst selling very low at,the cheap store of
Mmyl,so - MIAS. OGILBY'
Sugar, Coffee, Molnsse;, Honey, Cheese, fresh
Splices; Yeast rowders,Maccaroni, Farina, Mee
Flour, Baker's Chocolate, Baker's Cocoa,
Brown's Hornownthic Chocolate, Oranges, Co
coa Nuts, nalsins, turd Ctirrants, for Sale at
March C. INIIOFF'S.
M . .
tho'clmp Hardware stare
ifif of the subscriber" if East lligh Street, a
complete aisortmentof Tubs, Buckets, Churns,
Stm., St...ei Also Duponts. and Blasting
Powder, which will be sold very cheap by
Jan. 23d tB5O. 'HENRY sArroN.-
John Wallower and Son,
(successors 'to , lithk and
Forwarding and Commission Merchants, And
agents for the Central Rail Road, .Wholesale
Dealers Groceries, Produce,, Coal, Plaster,
Salt, Fisk', Nails, Bacon, Powder, &c, Harris
burg Pa: • ,
'Jan. 11050. * ; ,‘:
Rio! :For. Cdttlirtnia • -
'TATE adviao.every person Witct desired to go
to the Gold Region, prep a r ethonw
solves with CLOTHING suitable for t fia
Country. And climate, and you will,find them of
every descrlption, and alsolo'.your advantage
at • T R OLI Thiel, N. di MAY'S
Cheap Clothing ,Storo, in. North HanovorSt.
nboilosLouthei. •." - • ; trto2,l
. • ... . ..•
..- ~.coa'xitver:::Oil,:- .'.
A PRESllLigpply: . of , Cod Liver. Oil
4 '' woOranOrrgeni,titte, vat received tit - .
ncivift' • •1. : - '.'... % .' A: .I,I,IOTT'S. "
'A. largo lot dill° moat apirroved ,Itrands: just
received tit gr,IIIONYERS,' Hanover
IVIOFFAT'S • ,"
Life .. Plids and. Phceitix:3itters.
• These Medicines havemovi been . 4 efaro do pub
lie fora period of
,iellerEEN• yEARs, .and
during that thou have maiatained a high character
in almost every part of the globelor their extraor
dinary mid immediate potter of restoring perfact
ion ito persona suffering under needy every' kind
of disease to which the humarrfranio is liable.
• IN MANY THOUSANDS
- of certificated" instauctes, they have even rescued
sufferers from the very verge of andiutimely gra-.7e,
" after all the deceptive noetnuns of, the day had tit ;
tarty failed; and •to many thousands they have
permanently, secured that uniform etijoymmt of
• health, without which life itself is but a partial
'blessing. So great; indeed, hes their of inva
riably and infallibly moved, that it line appeared
Scarcely lees than miraculous to those who were
acquainted with the beautifully philosophical prin
ciples upon which they are ,compounded, and upon
which they consequently act. _ It was to their
meatiest and sensible action hi purifying the springy!
and 'Channels of life, aid enduing theta with re
newed tone and vigor, that they were indebted for
Unlike tho host of pernicious quackeries which
beast of vegetable ingredients, the Ira nrEDI
CUM aro purely and solely vegetable ; and-con- -
lain neither Moony, nor Antimony, nor Arm
tkia, nor any other mineral, in any form whatever.
They are composed Of extracts from rare
and powerful Plants, the virtue! of which, though
long known to several Indian tribes, and recently.
to some eminent pharmaceutical chemists, are alto
gether unknown to the ignorant pretenders to
medical science • hud were never before* adminii
tered in so happily efliceeious a combination. •
-The first operation is to loosen from the coats of
the stomach and bowels the various impurities and .
crudities constantly settling round them ; and to
remove the hardened fleece which collect in the
convolutions-of the small intestines. Other medi
cines only partially cleanse these, and. leave such
collected memos behind, to produce habitual Cost; v
nem, with all its train of evils, or sudden Diarrlicea
with its imminent dangers.This)fact is well
known te - allniegulnr - anatoiniste ililfereriiiinine the
human bowels after. death ; and, hence the preju
dice of there well-informed men against the quack
I medicines of the age. The second -erect of the
VEGETABLE LIFE BIEDICHIES he to
inettus, the liver mid lunge, the healthful action of .
which . entirely depends upon the regularity of the
urinary organs. The blood, which takes its red •
coloi front the agency of the liver and lung's, before •
it passes, into the heart, being thus purified by them,
and nourished by focal coining front n ctesu stomach,
. courses freely through the veins, renews every part
of the system, and triumphantly mounts the banner
of health in the blooming chock. At). •
Tp9 following aro among the &treeing variety
of human diseases in which the VEGETABLE
japEld:EDlonEs aro well known to be infalz
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first
and second stomachs, and - creating a flow of pure
healthy'bilo, instead of the stale and nerfil‘kind ;
FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn,
Headache, Restlessness, 111-tempsr, Anxiety,
Languor, and Melancholy, which aro the general
symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural
co :Rance of its cure.
Mevenesik by cleansing the whole langtrl of
the intestines with a solvent process, and without
violence: -all-violent-purges-leave - the - bowels costive
within two days:
Diarrh®a and Cholera, by removing ths
sharp acrid : fluids by_ which these complaints ars
occasioned, and by promoting the lubricatiSe-secre
lion of the .mucous membrane.
payers of ell kinds, by restoring the blood to_a
regular circulation, through the process of perepi.
ration in such cases, and the thorough solution isf
all intestinal obstruction in others
The "LiFE - - MIiDICINCS have been knownts
cure- EMEtuunsli permanently in throe
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by remoring
local inflammation from the muscles and ligaments
of the joints.
D ro psi es of all kinds, by freeing and strength-,
ening Ilto kidneys and bladder: they operate moat
delightfully on these important organs, and hence
have ever boo n found a certain remedy for the
worst cases of GRAVEL
41softroinis, by dislodging from the turniop
of the bowels the eliiwy matter to which thes)
A s th ma and Consumption, by relieving We •
nir-vonsals of the lungs from the mucous which even
slight colds will occasion, and which, if not re-
Alloyed, been:nen hardened, and produces these
&navy, Moen, awl Invetenstte,ree by
the porfent purity which thew, LIFE MEDI
=Es giie to the blood, and all the hurnora.
Scorbutic Eruptions. and Bad Complex
ions, by their alterative etrucf upon the Iluic6 that
feed the skin, and the morbid state of which coca-
sions all eruptive complaints, sallow, bleudy, and
other disak'roeuble complexions..
Tho use of these Pills for a very short time will
effect an entire curo of SALT RHEUM., emit%
- - -
striking improvement in the clenrnesS of the skin.
COMMON COLDS nod INFLUENZA. will
always be cured by ono doso, or by two eVtll
till, worst cisos: ,
PILES; AS iiriMiedy for this most distressing
and obstinate., malady, the VEGETAItLEIn
ISEDIOINES deserve a distinct and emphatic
aecomenendation• It is well known to hundreds iu
ads city, that tlte foriner proprietor.of these valu
able Medicines was himself afflicted with thia
complaint for upwarckof TPißTY•t'tve YEAVAI ; and
that •he tried in vain every. remedy prescribed
within the whole compass of the. Materia Mediect.
fie however at length tried the Medicine which is
now otibred_ to the public, and he was cured in a
very shaft time, after hie recovery' bad been pro
nounced. not only improbable, but absolutely im
possible, by any human means.
FEVER *AND' AGUR
For tills scourge- of the
,westerS .country these
Medicines will he found a safe, speedy, and certain
remedy. ,Other medicines leave the system sub
ject to a return of the diticheci—a cure by these
medicines is permanent—TßY THEM, BE BA,
TISFIED,'AND BE CURED. •
revers and Liver Complaints.
'Lthmeral Debility, Loss on APPZTITE,
DIPPAPER or I , g:s'4Lp:o—those niodicines have been
.. . . . .
wed with - the most beneficial results in Cases of this
description:—KlNO'l3 EVIL, and- SCROFULA, in. its
WOIFILIOIOIB, yields to the mild yet powerful action of
these remarkable Medicines. 1 , 110111 - SWEATIf f
NienwiusiDEuiLiTy, Naavous COMPLAINTEI of all
kinds; PALPITATIO. .-'67 - . TOO ILEMIT, PAINTER'S
COLIC, are speed' cured: '
TIER cl RIAD DISEASES.
Pomona wig 's° constitutions have become Mt
yriireld by tlighijutlicious use .5f Monouny, will find
itieno ModiC.inciii a perfect pure, as they never fait
to7oradicate froni the erten\ all the. (Alba': .....r
~,gercury infinitely sooner than the most powerful
. preparnti 3 Onk'wf Snanpurille. A single trial will,
place thenifboyond thesdach of conipetition, in the
animation of every patient.
BE CAREFUI, OF COUNTERFEIT'S.
SeverAdAve lately been discovered, and their
neferimurauthors erreated, both in the city of Noir
York and abroad.
'Buy- of no one who is not 1111 AUTIIIMII/11
Prepared and add by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT/ 335
FOR SALE BY.
J W RAWLINS. Carlisle, Pa.
rt . OCTOR YOURSELF
X,IF-FOR 85_CEN1 !!
—By means of the pocket
%scalapius,or, EvcrY one
16own Physician ! Twen
r-fonrth 'edition, ivith
'ar i'lmadred engra- -
ings, showing private Ol
.:asesin every shape and
ion,' nod inniformations,
:„ the generative system, ,
The tiine has' now ;sr-
'Mg from secret disease,,
,ie OF QUAUKgai,;
no by the prescript ions - cont aineiLin this book any,
.ond may cure himself, without hindrance to Ml
siiiMon or the knowledge of the most intimate
friend, and With one tenth the usual eipenee. - In
addition tothe genera rotitine of private disease, . •
it folly explains the cause of maithood's early de
,oline, with observations'Ll.m. mairi•inge-;--hesides
r tniunciitli6Fae - rangenients which it would not be •
pi•operlo enumerate in the politic prints .
pAny person sending TsvnNTY,rivt CF.NTS,
enclosed in a letter, will receive one.cOpy of this
amok% ny Mil; or.fi ye ilOpiCEi will be sent for one.
Aildre'as,• .?1)11 ‘ . N0,UN1G,N0..15‘.1
'SPRUCE gtreeflTiEJlVADial t rillA" Post-paid..'
molir - D13...-YOUNG.caqlsp.„ . 9llsidteden 'any of '
ilie Diseases'prescrilied different puldloa. .
t lons,Mt his °Mock, W.': 'SPRUCE -stieet, every ' ;. '
day.between 9 ; siitt 3,n'ol?:.,k,(aundais excepted) •
. . , . ~ •
groat ., . . . . ...
° A ra variety of Alien useful articles in of ' ,
fared for sale, e l onalsting vi - Wllitosi.ash,Seep... '
log, Soritbbing;; PrtintOrSOolli t §liaisg,lffor, : ~
Tooth ancliNatl; Flonli a nd•Gritioleg , lleuelles'irt-- , ----
grat Variety ; a ll of :w hich nee of..rhe boatrityal
tty and will be.sold. at the lowost r ice.
'• Jtmep. .' .. . -• • —1! 5..13 1:107—,.....40,. :