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Ei:ERUM ANDI EXEOSITOA;•
From thii!North Pentswivirsias..i. '
'Th6 .Siamese. Tsv ins - at; Hoine
:Tile - r ecent contradictory ibperte. in
regard to the death of the Siamese twine
haft •recelfed to our recollection an ac.. „
count 'Of ,e.visit,,paicl::OigN *me • trio:`,
years 'Since,. by s, gintlenian, who made .-
notes of what. he stftv i ' and; heard at „the' `
timel.-the:Mibrifince of:which fre , ;Pro-'
ceedto give our raadeis. -•, L , !..‘,\ . ••••:'
After being exhibited in England, and
this eountry for trothe"yearsr', and bacona-''
- inglired of a migratory, life, they settled
down, strangely' enough, in the moun
regioneof North Carolina, wheie
they.ere - bolliTniarried'illial - te to - eiy
—each took a wit&These yere two- ,
'linens named Adelaide and
who were . With, quite , yeuthful (under'
twenty years cd'age,) when 'they enter"-
, ed into thientrangennion.. They were
married. it the sanie time 7 So-far as -
the yohng women were-concerned,- it'
seems ••that all went smoothly enough
during the courtship ; but the two broth-,
ers differed asie which should have Sa.
'rah, the largest of the girls, and who is ,
110 W a bouncing' :"woman of snme_two_._
-hundred • pounds; , Averdupois. Both
prefered the same individual, in the true
spirit of,their peculiar and ...alystericiits
twin-ships. Eng, however, prevailed,
and the more tient.); fair one became his,
while Chang-tad -to , miatent himdelf
with - Adelaide, who,' bythe way, to any
- butthy oriental taatemas much the pret,
-best,:- being in fact,. , a handsome- and
'showy Brunette. ' ' '
Chang: and Eng first established them
solver', built a house, and.opened a small
country Shop, , erstore, on Trap-Hill, in
Wilkes'. 'ceiling, • North' Carolina. A
Mr. Harris, who had traielled With them
'while they were 'exhibited in the-Uni
'tedStates, at first - assisted them in their
:new business ; but in co,nsequench_of_
his hot marrying to the taste •of Mrs.
ChangandAre. Eng, the twins dismis
sed him, and since that time have man
aged for themselves. The , opinion of
Engis always the law, and Chang cheer
fully submits, as in the , ease of selecting
their wives: Eng signs all dm Writings
requirecd in the coarse oftheir business
makes-all the bargains, and throughout
all their atrairs..aliftia - le to - be theiontrol
ling. spirit. It is , said,' however-!ntleast.•
Mnr.iEng ”saye--that her husband has
nnich the-best . diepositian of the two;
-is much kinder >ls theirslives-of Which
:they possess a nember=l"-than Chang.—
They can handle an axe with much
force and dexterity,r-placing their four
hands, and exerting theii mailed strength
.upon the implement, at the same 'time.
They 'shoot their ga me- . being ; fondof
huritirig7-with all r ,the -hands Hof„,both ”
resting upon the':gunr-sothetimes . one•
directing the eint,• and' -isoinetimes ' the
-other. In ..walking, Or standing; the
nearest arm of eack;., psuallY..reaches
;around the, Waist,-or lie-engem( the Ott-.
•er's shoulder., .
_Abent-the-time-theysettled themselves= ,
,in North ()grain, they , 'applied under
:a law. of the State, and had, ;he tiatheef
Bunker added totheir, Christian, or,(as
I should havesaid,) Siamese appellatives.
-- This - was deemed 'necessary .to a More
legal, orlormal trantitien of their, busi--
zees, in regard ta real eetate. Mr.' liten:'
her is their sigentin Now York, and is,
understood to have some 840,000 in-
wasted for the twins“ the annual interest
of which is employed by them in their
blorth•Carolina operations:- ':They ecru
pulouely 'forbear to Wadi 'the 'principal
sum, in Mr. Bunker's: bands. Since
their location on Trap-Hill, they have
purchased anether.plantatioh in Surrey,
some fotty miles distant; and at the time
our informant visited Ih'erd, Chang, and
Eng were residing there, while' Sarah'.
the Trap; Hill, estalAitihthent , „AS, in: i
point Of ilall;the firetnallWas•upon-her
she, at first, is here entitled,to notice in ,
— T-TlSTfound her With three children-- %
twO girl's and a boy; - the latter-of , whom
is callecildecatur., Their . fat; swarthy features..black,•coaresi hair, and low re
Siamese paternity:. , In the.large room
where thoguests ' were received, 'stood
an thicirmoOsbed,Minie ten feet in , width,
wilt - WAIN / Ira:01;g Bunker eiplained, with
all the innocence mid naivette imagine
hle, was iironght into requisition when
ever:ler' husband, his brother and her
sister visited Trap Hill.' 'Nothing shor
ter,' she said , would do for them all.'---
The woman; herself, was good looking,
though-rather corpillenwith rich, au '
burn hair; fine teeth and Reel eyes er •
The house'was neatly lte .. the slipper'
spreirfiii - the visitor ; excel pt; and al
though miedtmatedM • - tigiliapldyed'
much good sense a shrewdness in her
On_paying_it visit to-the -twins-them
selves,at the plantation in Surrey, they
were ound ehgagedin shingling a house.
The in door arrangements •of - Mre. ,
Chang (pronounced , chun') were More
tasteful than tinned !Winder, as she,
Also excelled the' latter is point. of per
sonal beatity. She has also three.,ithil '
dren, the eldest 'Of whom. "rejoicing;in.
*Minutia of Jesepldui 'Virginia. , ie.eix
days youuger.than 'Mr.. ''Ohring'i* first
born. The next child, (now that- we
have come to thels-:*farticuleriel)t was
eight days younger. than.. her sister's
second daughter; StidlilierefWati 'about
• the sante . , diectepaniiP'(ir we May so
speak) lithe upset the yOunger;doub-,
dy courtinti.': Aslo personal appearance,
the:children very much .alike. ,, ,:: , • ,- --
said they. liked farming' v ery ' 'mech. In
regard lo'rpelitieti,: . they
Clay and, Would like to., mote :for
him , for:-Prettident,; '- if , •he -(Mri-(Mrs't'lay)' . :
'W.9ofil . let : - thaai,,_' ,Their; religious views embrace doctrine of
transmigration of mitile:!; , Thy, , belieVe, ,
-,, (*Mir death, they(Wiliive-AeirOwn,-
sitifelf,Wode)iftigint o , ,liogdOcii, Jima!
stay until we repent for do bad in dis
world; au' wiitp id 4thrini,' 'Or deer, Or.,
"I", i 4oo. 'Pnimat ,., 4WOWAkaYa.4.l::
The. chtistiert 'religion no , : 'goodr-you'
' quarrel todsniuch ahorit filth; .tho' nteelf: ; ',
differe - .4 elnireltl4l.- 4 1, 4'04.0 11 4 14 gay:
hirn,t'ight.:;!tother rishitioh .wrong;- and •
They no - dpeaktrusrall'detime . .l l They.'
wan., plaiali,''.eincli'lif4;e4holda4PuP. 1
clo Ak oft t ic ountr* , 3*mpliinlielbeink:;
p055 e ...44 large, fainilyeeriting,7ith e y 84 , ' . 1
lind."lo4- . 11 .it ,1 0., 1 _,01itik e .. 4 ,1,4100.-!!tt.iT..
trayejApip ; simlenni,, <,,, ~--;,r).t. r; •.; 1,.; -, U.
tar iffeeted-41feh one 4'004 4k IP*-`i
in 4r*VilitliKs r.c4 , 10,4 1 4 1 .47r4f!i . • 1 %
desires the sanwthitiOin-nliorty, What'.-61
ever eiiiiiiii Waimea upiiiitieliiiiiiiit
sensation Of one; t h§ the other.
win itiXiytight,, 016,4,443+41
hoiThver i , row inusetliativirdepetidea be
an r in t i t t il ) ' V s o o,'# 6 9 l6e tKftO ul
in ' 616 41..WK, 4 1 Oile ii 444 11 ,100114;
theY .410ini=0 , ~ 6 441,1001 4;
-Itti -- iiiiii . 4ittii'ititri7s;' , \ . .i3`.
A NATURE itEAIBiLit"). -
Procured from 4'Welt in itikgenffl, FAi.;
4000 fed bElow.the earth's surface... '
PITT VP AND:46Ln, DV' BAWL' , AL., Kinn, CAItAL
.BASIN, rth ST. PITTEIDOniIi PA.
The heahthl balm from Naiure'e secret 'pg,'
••The blo w n .of.hezdtb, and life, to, man wilt twing,
As ham, her •Jepthe the magic liquid flows,.
To calm out Buffeting", and itesnago,eur Vy0011.• •
~ . , -... 'ftrßoLt.trrilv " ' '''
HIS great remedy of, Nittare;:aftbrirepcated
:.1,. andliiie triabilitts wonted' hieNiqty'lnto pupa.-
litr favor: „We need hardly,rekat the tact, that:
this is -a pare;ntindelterated NA.TILIIIAL,INED•r,,
ICINE', ariills 'put un as, it flews lirrim theltoscitti ,
of ;the s earth„Witliputiidrit ixture..., In theie,daja
of N..).(iihn vending, we,div not Wonder at,the In
credulity minced- by; the cenimunity; upon • the,
. introduction of a JV'en, Retrfeak, but' that increcla•
- llffidailfroird suppress'a reed harle`NritiseTnisiler:
ftat influence'has mitigated ,
,had', cured no:. many
' diseldes indident td 011 IF . riie;' were
,We to :with
hold a remedy like this- from'. public
should consider ourselves as, guilty .of keeping
; back. sotnetitiog . _thst • wile: int nded:' to-relieve
Much human 'suffering, and dis elsthegloordnial
pain of many none, whose twat m has for'.,Yeara
been racked and tortured by th fell .engines of
Disease. Nay, do' riot 'wonde' , gentle , reader,
and Nn with others lathe cry that it Corea too
many diseases; for, if you will Ake the trouble,
to run - over thedist of diseasea in) 'widen:it's-re
commended, you will find that they are 'diacritics
affecting. the same kind oftissuca,and consequent
ly IT IS APPLICABLE TO Alt,L, s. s
r nre the cures themselvesi• When thesestand oat
in he'd relief; nd when the who fottycars bailee
fered the tortures and s &rigs of on immedicable
lesion, which has been hastening him - to the nor- 1
re w.house, speaki out in itspraise, w hat better 1
1 evidence need be wanted'? • We have the evi•
deuce in our possession, of Many astonishing
cures, which will be furnished to any one who're..
ally doubts the efficacy of this wonderful remedy.
-, The Earth; from w hich man was ereated,bears
in her. bosom remedies which if known, aro Ca
pable of restoring him to heattb anti -vigor, when
prostrated by sickness and disease, It was !be
opinion of the celebrated Dr. Rosh, that there
existed in Nature an antidote to every inalady.l
to which man is liable. Every One is aware of
the relief frequently 'obtained from Mineral . Wa••
tail, in most chronic complaints. These singular ,
medicaments, flowing out from the earth, baton).
ted with su stances , varied in their character,
and holding them in Complete solution, hear drri ,
pie lestimony to the fact, that they' wore eotd ,
pbynded by the master hand of Nature, to repair
theshattered - vessels - of - our:physical - being;and
set them wish 'sails unfurled; prosperously• upon
he sea of life. ' s. .
' The Petroleum iti one of this kind ot remedies,
anti is endued with poalerste' relieve Moro , hu
man sufteritigShafi any other medicine extantr•'—
Whet. taken perseveringly and 'according to the
directions, it will oure--Diarrhoesq Piles, Rhetr
matism, Gout, Neuralgia, Obstinate Eruptions
of the Skin, Erysipelas, Pimples. on the Face,
Bletches, Piles, Chronic,Sore Eyes, sing Worm
'letter, Scald Read,Piiins in the Bones, and
Joints, and all that class of Diseases, in which
Soldor purifying Medicines are
Sold by S. W. Haverstick and S. A. llubbard,
Carlisle • J. C. Sr. G. B. Altick, Shippensburg;
J. Hood & Son, Springfield; Gilmore
Stough, Newville t. Thomas Greason; - Plainfield,
Cumberland county. .'
September 4,'50--11. '
The United States
Annuity and Ti a t Company:
rter Perpetual—Ca $250.000 Cash
PIIMHE constant, unsolic . application_ for
Life Irisuranee;farniar most abunant
' and gratifying Proof that* : •1 ; i. u blie mind is
deeplyimpressed with. the 'v mportance of
this subject. The great obj• ?t, however, of
Insurance should be safetib otherwise the whole
motive to insure may b& disOpointeo.. Too
much care cannotbn practisedin the tielection
of nn office with whichlo effect thetcontradt.—
:rho choice. - should-be'regtilated- not bfp!esont
and constant large indaceinents as this, ts cer
tainly. incompatible with future,' dent:film - The
premiums on life are calculated' for the fare,
it presentan&prOspeetive ben'efits thorefore.are
givett,.the fetich illtimately, must. 'walk - late in
-litigation, disappointment -end ruin,. -The objoo
_aimed at by.this institution is titabifiry andper
petudy. The rates Of-premidnx have been goo
tally prepared with reference to•finctuntiblis.—
.The cash. system of liniments has also been
adopted: Unpaid Premium.notes constitute no
part of thenssets of 'this coMpany, and every
-contingency being fortified with on antiplo 'ear,
ital, security stamps tile whole system. - This
feature, paramount to all other considerations;
commends the company to publiejavor. Ex
planatory pamphlets, blanks. application papers
information, and o ill belcheerlully
furnished by WM M . OBE; Esq., who
has been duly appointed-agent ofithis.companV
for Cumberland county. Dr. II HINKLEt
has Also been appointed Medical Examiner.
Dii•ectora.—Sterthen' Craqvford, Ambrose
W Thompson, Benjamin W Tingley, Jacob L
- Florence, William M Godwin, Paul B Goddard
LaWrence 'Johnson, George AP Henry,• James
Doveroux, John L Linton. . ''• '
_.!.Presiriatu.—Stephou R•. - . Crawford.
, Fice-P?esidetit.—Abnbiotil W.Thornpson."
~9ecrelary- E fi- T reasTireF.-. ,• =plidrietraltulayi7
• ji - acruar'a.-;• ,- Mitlrifel'Er‘.' ' •
Canned Ed attorney.—Thornas•Balch.l
'Medical 'B Goddard, M.D.:
,William Pepper, M , D.' ; •+, - vo• •'' • 1 •• (nue ly
.i . OrtOttAti
BY THE FIRM!. of TROUTMAN & MAY
Dear Gentleroen, take. our-advice,
To every one we Make our call,
i. If you would have ' a coat that's nice.
Look at Troutman & May's Cheap Cle
; T E'4
Here are Dresses of all kinds,
'Floe arid.coarse, and also Cheap....
Please examine and you'll find, , •
For your money quite - a heap.
P.: Here are goods for everyiscason,
Thick and' stout, neat and thin;
All 'that you can wishin Topsoil,
I- 'lf You doubt it just 'diopin... • ,
Hero art' Frock and Body C*OEl, .
Bbtli'with law and 'stafiding collars;
Somoithet butum round the throat,
'Po bo'had for a.feW dollars.
}.Here is everY:Style of. Vest,
:And all sorts of -Pantaloons,
You can choose suits, you best,
Eve, or morn, or afternoon. • •
Here are sacks andßounibiboutar---- -
Overalls and Jackets Green,:
.., Please to look and •You win find,
, Here the cheapest.ever seen, ,••
• Hire aro light coats for the,,Sprini,V.
• F,anev goods. or Summerwear, ;
You will.find them just'the thing,
, . ,:Nothing hotter:anywhere.
SliirtsUskttolMmv may be fouhd, • ,
Peciief Hanliketehlefs and GloVeg,f,.
• Scarfs to tie your , neck around, •
When' you. se ek.yokiladk- ,
I Here are caps,'Sifejnididern;lihcas,
Calltirs,• "eery Mee indeed; , it
Clean' and nice, in papcie bk.
Su:dike I.hinglhat you will need. • F"
It: we tallied it any about thorn, • •
>We could.searceti , toll you all,
1 Gentlemen can't do *without them--
Then, dodr Wade give us' a dell.
NEW ARRIVAL OF
Foreign- and Domestic Hardware
JACOB haainigrrepeined,frem the
eastern , eitioa,,apd jabow opening pt the Chopp
'Hardware. en,stortm liansveretrect,.next door
to'Glase' Xiotel, a .new assortment in his line,
rl:J1 „ •
• Copal, , Japarkhrid,Aleck l ifernishes,.otextrn
"' and NAlas.z. :; • k,• .1. •
Wit beat Rar,tion,, • , •
bast, Shear, Blisternind .§Pri4ll4tOta,.
Looka, !Mpg and , - Screws„,, , ;
'i Planes, Snwiti • Chisels,Augartti.A t zeit,
Knives and ?grits, Shoe Pindiegs t &c.
ITO which he would' call the attontton of• the
public. -Persons wishing 30 buy will do well
ball. as we are dbteirined 10 ntlab rates
for cash. liter'Plie highest prAca paidler Serap
'Ten; timi. for Ilex Efeed. .!•
tlpol la ' s ,Washing Ikt'Fderi- ' '
'A 'lien'. mixing Aflabok, soap,. and drae,,with
. ,sidt an yrititl.Bl)/N.G.tyk: washing -lbardeilll'
meat. arid.agar.o,4tiodiett ,, lttannottai -.oqt , to
'Nam lOoPootit4 l ,s l w.44o,iall'Fmn.42i ,9enta.
iDrug and•VariatAtora., at;, sd V
hiP , P4Rdic4C-nallp Nor iht4ceAticiolgi!nasi,
tar.c 4412 it; tr ) .. /11) '
ettbiatly. • t fig.
1 ! 1 A
ick AngAotfvoll , 6l "
ip i g7qlkiftiXi.Z 1 , 1 G E •
id . 4
; &Fo ps .
4 'motto. op
• Ortat a
(lA:N . , he expeoieilTroin, the 'subscriber, as-he
Al.l boe ies'. recerietresplendid es.
*iic4l,mett • Of •WI,IIT4R poptPs,. *hick he
offera to 'hie ctistomerti an others , u;lio iney
fayor:hitri,with'a 6all tit gichtElaigeinii , •,:
setinete, velfvet :jeans v licariet,
low; vhite,anti Cantan'Flannelg t lashings. mug:
bvrg clotlygloycs; hosiery , ; Irish linen, cotit. 7 -
forte, &c; • • - •, •
• ' ' SHAWL'S i•
21 - -Idge end' splendid, assortment,, sit 'holt
ood ~ - ,quare • Shnwld, at ail . prlcee : to. snit the,
.. , .
• BOOTS HOES.", •- - •
Boots and Sjniee,, ivhickhe. it; deiertit
ine'd to Sell ,ow ` nt hiq :stand; in . Noith,Hano
'firet iltoie 'below Hivereilek'a Drug Store. .
,ver :D. CARIVION,Y,;;•••••1,
THE ;undersigned respectfully intorms his
friends. and numerous customers, that..ho,has
removed - his store to•HumerieWitt borrioefiirect;
Leonard's:old stand, in . Hottli,
Hanover street.- flo-has-reeently.returned from
Philidelphia„ with a largo, and carefully's°.
lemed -assarttnent of •'. • • ----
• : !:-. Zirew Spring' Goods,
Purchased at tholowest pricati;andwhich ho is
determined dispose bf, at vory . paall profits.' ; .A
-ergo assortment of . cy • "
SiLPFIRTOILptoviu . 6 . ; *
at from 75 cents to per jaid. - .Abito, bassi
mores, Cassinets antl,Veslings, at various pri-
such aa,Belaines, Bareges, and a splendid us
aortment of - Silks. Also, a very extensive as
sortment. of ,Calicoes. and . Gingham% minable
for ; tlis approaching season., Also, Checks,
Table . Diapees,..Tickings, bleached and un
bleached Muslins;Bozinets, Hats, dee.
800-K§ AND• bHOES.
selected assortment of Illen,.Women
and Children's' Boots and Slsfes,of superior
quality, and very cheap. Aisp,-boys and men s
Cloth and Hungarian Caps. 2
of all kinds, viz :.Sugar r ,Collbo, IVlelasses; P_e
kin Tea Company's celebrated Totis, &e:, all
freah and. good. ;Also, eonstrintfy on' hand,
the bestquality of Carpet Chain.,
The subscriber respectfully elks /do custom . -
ors and all who ; wialt goad bargains, to give
him in early sail.. Don't forget the stand,leor
nbr opposite Leonard's rild7stirridTNort7l
N WV WOODS, Ag't.
N. B; ,Binter, Egga,Rags mid Soap, falcon
at market prices. •
41 Large Stock of Dry Goods Selling
1 r y1,4 .51,0
' l 2O 0 : 3 - 2 1 . : • '
--OR the benefirof all :my friends in e,
.1112 town and Country the ;subscriber makes
the above announcement to show that he has:
concluded-to change his fßusinces. Settle - Tig;
all Book Accounts, and sell:out his:entire stock.
of.dry goods at Cost.tl
All who wish to Save a sixpence can E l 0 so
by calling at the BEE HIVE in North Hano
ver street, as I wish to dispose -of my stock.
between - this and the first of January, 1851. '
I have a large stock of staple geode all suit_-
- fid'forTamily uses: -- Ilease call and examine.
my stock, as nothing will be lost, and all at,
lention will be given,by the subscriber to please..
S A COYLE.
I keep constantly on hand ileadvatoVe
Clothing. Also will have made by Afr.'.The.r.
,Reigliter (who-is-working in My Store' Hoom,)
o order any garment on the shortest notice..
july24 S. A. COYLE.) •
NEW SPRING GOODS! •••
'..Abead of ail - Competition 1:
rilflE:subecribers have, returned front Philsi.
11 dplphia, with a large assortment of, s.
CHEAP SPRING GOODS,
consisting partly of Mous de Laines, LawneF.,,
,Rareges, Linen Lustres, at 123, 154 and 25 cts
Per yard, Alpachas, Ginghams, Calico* and a
variety of other dress goods; Cloths, Cassi
Meres, Vestinge;Sumnier stuffs lor , mon ,and
bOys wear in endless variety, cheeks,. tickinget
muslins at old prices, flannels, hosiery, gloves„
laces and , edgings, insertihge, and some very
cheap CARPETS, groceries, quoenswae, &0..
'Also, a large. assortment of. very
Pairn lent and'braid hits, bonnet ribbons at
Prices and very cheap, a few pieces wide hi
ustre black silks,-together, with a generaras •
sortnient includink nearly every article in bur
Tine Cif business, all of which have been bought
,for -Cash; anawill be sold -to otir customers and
whole e , untry at considerably levier priCes'
thap;thoy.4an-be -bougtw in Carlisle. Give us
a - cnq and judge;fot yaurselves ' - '
March' 20; easo
Gtitlcti Worse Mot el,
ADJOINING THE COURT HOUSE, CARL ISLE. PA
THE subscriber having lensad the' above
large and commodious HOTEL, eituated on the
corner of the Public Square and South Ilene
.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
tlfem in a manner which cannot fail to-moot
THE HOUSE has 'the moat PleaSant
lion in the borpugh=lins been newly famished!
and tether wise improved; and. no -pains. will be
spgredlo Make those who may Sojourn with..
htm, comfortable' daring their stay. ;His par
lors arc large and.welllurnished,anditis chum,
hers aupplieU with - new and'2Comfortable, bed-
HIS TABLE Will he 'Supplied Wir h I the beat
'the market can affoid, and all who are connect,
ed With filslfoaen Will be loutuildttentive care
ful end '.," ,• • .
THE, BAR wißceniain the: best Rgiors the
city can producer --
- HIS STABLING is entirely new and exten
sive, capable s olieeobiniodating :from 50 to 60
horses—making Ay e..deeirablel etopping place
for DROVERS, and will be attended by, a ski'.
full Ostler: -In short, : nothing be wanting
ealeplated tO,add to the comfort and, cc:invent
ence;orthose who"may favor. him 'With 'their
patronage. BOARDEBS taken hy the .i.veek
month; or year i
" 1240'" Valise MoDEIiATE:'. • ,
.1:11tIrGS i • :,D411013 ! ' VOUS t : . •
... rreslx,Spring,Stipplyll-',l- -.
HAVE just received a fresh stiock'of 'MAI.
.. icines,, Paints, Glass;: Oil,••&e.; •••Which '.
having been .purchased with great care arthe
best city houses 4 can' confidently. rederp Mend
to. l'amilies, P,hyaicians, Country Merchants
and . Dealors, ae being. fresh and pure. • • ,
, . . ' -• !. :DRUGS.
~ atent Medicines,: 'Herbs and Eitracts, ''' •
-.Fine hemi! cols,:. • Spleen, ground and •whole
• Instrumonts,..: • . 'Essanceli,' , :•'•' . • ' •••
I ~. Pure Essen'l Oils Perfumory,:hic; •,' • "
' . t• 4 . , : .sod Litter 011—Warranta Getiteiite:'" ' ,'•
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:'' Alum, • , Lac Dye* •'' , ihr . . ,. .-
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Wean and Yel km , 'poittaltad glarMolatntsliell,
$1#403 , Winbig, 'Oise, Linseed. 911,„Tarpon. (
tile, CciPal• and'obtich kYarniali, tinetted Lead:
All-of which wilit be, I Etlid . ',ll% •tho+. , ibry Minot ':•,,,
market piice,' Also, a.frestt and , splendid ' , mit:
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i - :. FANCY * GOODS;FRUITS; E ' ' •• ,, I , ,
Confectionary; and.'innumerablcrother,art bole - ;
calaula tad. for use and , ,o rnam en ty, t til t of , ,,viiiielt..•
aie;offerediatitha•ldwiist ciasherfricee; ,, at'.the'
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CHERNT - TECTORAL:
couen§,' i COZDS
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-.- 41.14 . 1): - CION3V111ri"TIO SC - ---
;irhted; remetty - :fae." ditfeneei of the tit rout an
•yoga, kt. la, riot our, wish to trifle with :the • file
1 ar;heallth of theofiEcted,. but frankly to icy :be.
! _lore lido the. opinion ii,of,di stirs-niched . men. and'
j ,vpine-Of tho eiitlenceroeits - auccew,- fro re - which
!limy calk...Padget for. themEolves. .We sincerely
: Triedie out eelveti to 'Make •no wild. oiler - tie - tie or •
‘. idee statements - of ita'efficncy, nor Will we hold'
gat nity.hoim suffering humanity which theta-will
oat worried. ..„ - . ' , . ' . : .:.
Many proof's here,givelf,' nod we bol icit.an .
intoiry from ihe;publ lc' into : alljw.e pub' ia h, feel,
Ilig ['peered tho . y.tw iII fiod them perfectly r eh:the ' '
poll tlii3 medicine . worthy their best confidence...and-pwhviittge-.--7=,„--7---
:PROM BENJ. SILLIMAN..M.D4 L. L. D. FA
Professor of Chemist, MinersologY,Fee:,' Yale
College s Member drthe Lit. Hist. Med. PILI:
and Sclen. Societies ofAmeriha and 'EtirOpe:
deem the CHERRY PECTORAL-1M ad=
mirablecomposition from•some of the best or
Hides in the Materin Medics, add, a very . effeet,..
ive remedy for the class of diseases it is (Blend-,
-eti to min.... 7
. New Ilaveia ct:,niv. 1,1849.
Prof CLEVELAND,,,of Bowdoin College, Me'
_ . llave.stitneSsed the effects of. join , .
(CHERRY PECTORAL' in my own family and
that of my friends, and it gives me satisfaction to•
state in its favor that no medicine I have eier'
known has 'proved so sinainently successful iti-
Curing'disedses of the throat and lungs." '
REV. DR. OSGOOD •
That he considers 'CHERRY .PEC
TORA L' the beit medicine for Pulmonary affee
tions-eier iven to the public," and states that
"hie daug hterbeing obliged to keep the ,room
four tnontlis'iv ith a severe settled it opg,h,aeomu 7
[slog,. of blood, nigla 7 ,7iWeata, and, the
attendant By mptoms'of count mptiookm menoed
the use of the 'CHERRY PECT RAL' and .
had comp)etely recovered," •
HEAR THE PATIENT
Dr. Ayer—Dear Sir: For two years I was
afflicted with a very severe cough, accoMpanied
ho spitting of blood and profuse night sweats.—
Ily the adviee'oftny iittentli»go physician. I was
induced to use your I 'HERM( PECTORAL,
ntad continued to do - so till I considered myself
cured, and ascribe the ca to your prepara.ion.
Trainn - en salpringfichi, Nov. 27, I Wt.
This day attitetired the above 'named' jainbs
Randall, pod - pronanneed — the - above..7stntefftent
true in every respect. "•,_ • • , ,
LORENZO NCIETON Justice.
. • ,
-1113-itt - ,voy-TirAts:culiEs.
Ponn,trtn . , Mc. Jam 10, 1847.
Pr. AYer been long afflicted'. with
Astlima - wiiielfgitieyenrly wErse until last•au
turon, it broughtorrt:eough wlrtch confined me
in my,ehamber,and,began to assume the alarm
ing symproths of consumption. I had tried th 6
best adyiee audthe_hest_medieineio.no.purpose„
6illilTunEdionr CHERRY PECTORAL. which
Ittia cured me, and
„you mny.,Nytll believe me,—
J. D. PHELPS.
If (here is any value hi the judgment of the
wise, who speak from et - perlenee, here is a med.
icine worthy of the public confidence.
PREP4ED BY 7.' C. - ::LIMES, CHEMIST, LOWL'LL
Sold by DC. 'Rawlins, 'S. A. Hubbard & Dr. - S.
Elliott, Carlisle; De. Ira Day, Mee idesburg;
IL Herron, New tithe; J. C. J: B. Attica', Shiii
penslairo3 and driikgists ienarally,
ASTROLOGY.--ASTRONOMY; T.fkENOLOGY, AND
• Pthfc4ll.4l.F7f'W. 491!149.
FROM SWEDEN.] • •
Office, No. 71.Lticitet St;,' abov:e Bth, op
positti the Mitsical Fund . Hall, Phira.
' $25,000 HAVING BEEN WON.
E iY my numerous friends on the late Presiden
tial election ~ should convince those skePti
cal persons who talk
,of FATLUIIES, that no such
thing as FAIL is or has been known by the emi
inent and disiiiignialrol Astronomer and Astrol
nger, C. W. 11.01tAtIK, during his",:experience
of over a quarter of p centery..---Drryou doubt
predestination ? Then why not ...very man gain
a celebrity of General Taylor, a Daniel Webster
bra Henry Clay I And yet there are some who
arc foolish enough to,Jotibt t at 'a mon may he
lioln witliMie power o see. into future events.
How ten .it he, pcissible that the : destiny of man
Should be goVerned by the mere shufllingisif.si
pack ofeards , ?''atid yet there are thousands who
allow themselves, with Open Mouths, to swallow
the greasy' words of some old women, whose true
consi,sts in filling 31 . 1eiti. with wonders that
'a're most difficult for the digestfoir blethers, whe
arc mne 'credultills, • yet more ;Scientific. • It in
such that, bring discredit on a . profession that has acknowledged to lie' science of (lie hillhi'ift
order,froni time immemorial,and is the only pro
ession that has any authority to sustain it.' The
high tespect which General Taylor, and Chneles
Tim nadotte; late King cif Sweden had tor Astral
-ogy , is shawitliji'their letters for their
ties to the subscriber, which it' will give hini ,
great pleasure in .shewing to-those who raver
him with a call. • • : .::'•
In,suldition to hie power. 'to 'foresee future :.e.
''vents, he has. the power togice snots. informatio n .
fan w effectually redeem such its are given .
the too free use. olthcitottle.. 414rts also ,
bleofouring diseased. heretofore conaldeied •Inv
' ill is, ecnintry, by :the :.ordiretry - 'medi.
.clnes,and, wildfes all to giro him a ctill , who
beed,given by by physicians and wish-to bw cure
ed• will:warrant satire in all easeii,atid will
make no charge except ,for. the 'conjuratirini he
Shall intikevise of inhis office. 'He is often'aiked
'what a Nativity is? answers according 1e
Geouincy,'oneof the Seven points In the science
of Astrology ; that it law Horroseope of the future
events of a verso Oa lifc;:citrefully cal culnted d
' 'transcribed on paperv!conuti ding -un account' - of
all thesiecky, and .unltickjt da'ys in the months and
years cif the persons lift for, Wiiolll it' is east;
which meaorrodannifinds la this iniunte'y.and else_
'where have been prev,ented trominisfurte nes Oaf'
liad.beenli Wiled in thelvtimb of . futurity , by rot
ferving to theirNr.iivltyllefore entering out
speculation of business or' pleasure. It should.,
be in the hands alsvery, ope - As - their al m aria afar
IFIe• jinkl 1444
warn the posseosnyoftroutdes that are ~ i,n:futura
cultieapriiny . tlug pi!pn:fliesUbSerlber,ip
perrioS; er - ,tiy, lel let,(a tq
secret jollqenre . forthelt,'ltuntedialn
IS ready t on 'se bin tikirtit fisteresttl the Aegi! a •
of littvsUits,ait'a whielt,therels
hichltri itinikes use of lties power,
for the'' P640111(1'4' '0 o c'.: 10 a 1 - preOPilk , .
.•ilioNhe)titi'yfed /i ' d,l6ilia,gol " , , houizeilda
sip thitiekti. .
gondde:Ore has 'haif the honor
be ea '0
tlon attfitifitstrnhikUrilit .s.us' oll e ll; t 4 lig i ti t' r 'j
(*.Lib iltilth fit Ills omen . . by
se - othis'poWeiab anYoriti'd 404 /
.nitioess quall destripesitravelllmby.4olo,
sen'Avike o oodigerto,itihrtheir, SuCassful
di lle‘,3or. iefirOtriberecdter. l *, Iddg
iiiiiqcd.o9lWPS:anA 1, 1 , 6 ;WP
eill'Othis,.:tieSityleit 'reaper '
utorrisei . ) , At: 'fift , lqa?
- tles can crate and 1ri14.4
'call irlto'are afflicted corpoi-eagy, or )31etotillya.`
A Ladies,' SO CAI utioitlemeti;iol. - wtativitles
'1 . 816401nd Info reit , ltiftitilittofilicietdrtijo':.l
• Ittikarding tO
ei,l'or Lad lei, $ (ti $3l. Gentlemen, 83
In fulls P. ; t.
art . P411444)11'6,
~~ ~ .
'' ! .." ' BAY STATE SHAWLS.'
, _HESE celebrated end jutitlYfelthowle4ged
superior goods, in tlp, latest. eoloringe
ihe - subsoribers in any quantity, at Ile very
loWeerprices. - Purchasers will Please notice
that the genuine'Bay Slate fabries• h epr tickets
corresjihnding with - the' 'above 'Gni, and they.
will also beLdistiriguished from-all 'otlitiV Wcel.
`en Shawls by their superior finish, fineness of
texture' nod , hrillittney - orenliirAi — Ordetti' 'SO
liaitedlrOM all- sectionft of the enuniry, and the
same will be promptly attended •10. 'Purcha
ser will also find in our Shawl 'department a
large assorttn 4 ent aidl the other Most approved
makes, ' and newest.. designs of American, ,
French and Scokph Woolen Shawls, embracing.
n great variety of phliri tirid 'medium. styles for'
_friends— ----' ' ' ' . --:
Alsci, , Superior Long rind Square Shatirlaln
latest' styles and best mariullicture, High lustre
black 'and colored silk Sharils;'Llyins black.
and Mode Colored Thibet Shawls, with silk
and: wciolon fringes, pnris: 'Printed Catihmere
dud . Terlierri Shawls, Plain and •Embroidered
Neat Figured Paris Brocha .Shawls,, Lupins
Black anctMOde Colored Thibet Long Shawls,
Plain -Bdund Seal' Skiri Shilivls, Plain'. IVllide
Colored French T.erlterri Shawls, fringed and
bound, Eight-qun'iter French Mode Colored.
Thibet Cloth, pleasuring full two 'yards wide
for Shawls, binding,tif;mateb, White and Col.
,ored Barcelona and GehoeSe Shawls; &c.
:., 11 , V1101".RSALE AND WET),IL , . 103
1)13.F.R1 POLOCK 8/...C0.
No. IS SOUTH SECOND ST.,•PITILADELI'II IA:
Fall Millinery Goods.
JOHN S'EOICE & eorts
• __ thin_ariers and
SILKS, RIBBONS MILLINERY GOODS,
Vo 45 Soutl; 2diStreet,
EN A E received by lam arrivals from France
lII' a large and very desirable. assortment
'FALL MILLINERY -- GOODS,' among
whibh will be found.
Bonnet .Velvets of all colors in variety of prices - .
"' :•Satins " " "
Corded Velvets " IL t 1
Figured, Watered and Colored Bonnet Goads
Bonnet and Cup Ribbons, a large assortment
French and Arneridan Flowers. '''• -
Laces, Bonnet 'fobs, Crowns : Bucltrintri
"&c., together with n splendid assortment of
Parrs Fcvicli Fcathers., _
The above goods were selected by one of the
firm in Trance, and will be sold ,et ~ the yery
lowest market prices... -' ' ' , raeptlB;so
PIANO EORTE WAREROOMS,
No. 'l7l CHE.SWUP
THE OLD STAND, occupied for snore than
toszedhiPd of a century by 0. Willis', Esq.',
JE undersigned. would_,mosi_respectfully.
'armounco to the public that he is AGENT
for_ Moro .than twenty dif, the most
celebrated manufacturers of DOS
., TON, '• r , NEW
end YORK elsewhere and
is dOnstatitly receiving from them PIANOS o
the richest and most varied styles, of superior
tone, and al - the most superb finish, of 6. 61, 61,
and-7- Octaves, - which - are - warratited-egual
to any manufactured either in this country or
in - Europe. •
Jast tpceived,_also, a furthersupply of Church
inset Parlor„ Organs, of 'beantiful patterns arid
His. WAREROOM is constantly supplied . ,
with a choice selection.6f SERAPEHNES and
MELODEONS, froni the oldest and most ex.
tensivemanutactories in the United, States; a
long which is a neiv style of REED ORGAN
tying Carhart's patent improvements, with
It pipes in front, and case elegantly carved,
id highly, ornamental.
Tuning. und Repa.ring—Sig. Salved/ion La
mesa, n.distinguished Plano Forte Menufactu
• and Organ Builder, will tittendio ell orders.
iept4,'so OSCAR C B CART R.
Watches acid 3ewehlri
st , CHEAPER THAN EVER
-2-411/4\ Wholesale and Retail—At the
, "Philadelphia Watch and
1, lairy Stoe,'.' No. 96 North SE
COND street, corner ok.,Quar
•ii:ci.TP:linV'Try Street.. • • . •
old Lovers, 16 k. cases, tnil jeWnlied, $2O and
tver Levers, full jewelled, $l5 and upwards.
rid Lepinc, 18 • Ic• - .• poses -- ; jewelled ; -$25, -- arid
vor - Lapines, - jewelled, $lO - and upWards
lvai Quarlier Watches, $4 to 10. •
Silver Spoons, equal to, coin, per sett—Tea,
.sp, Desert $10; Table $l5, other articleS in pro
portion:- 'All - goods Warranted to tio - what Act
are sold for. : • •
Constantly"On hand a large essertment 'of nne
GOLD JENVELRY and SILVER WARE'
Alito,,an assortment of M .J Tobias &
E•Sirapson, Samuel & Brothers, E S,Yates &
Join Co, Harrison, G & Beesley, and other
ulterior 'Patent Lever Movements, which will
• e eesed in any style 'desired •
• Ariangements have been made with all the,
above named most, celebrated manufacturers of
England, to furnish at short notice any'required.-
style of Watch, for which orders will be taken,
and, the name and residence of the person or
dering put on if requested. , -
Importer of, Watches
'THE GREAT CHINA STORE
- OF , PHILADELPHIA.
IHANKFUL to the citizens pf Carlisle_
and itavicinity for theirinereascd custoni,
we again request their corhpany' to view our
large:and splendid assortnrenrof •
,1 / 2 .Chipa;•;Glass dc, - Qtitibrigtvhfci;
Dinnei l Sets; Tiie Sets l iiPoilet, Sots, and single
:piece's, either of Glos China or Stone Ware,
sold in quantities tesuit purchasers, for less than
They' chan be . had. elsewhere—ln fact at lass
than; Wholecule . Prices. AMERICAN AND
ENGLISH BRITANNIA METALCDOBiS •
in groator variety than eVer , before . 01 - Tore - a - w4
tlit,§ity..FANC,,y, CHlNA;imgrool; variety,
very cheap. ,
• ..cerwe would invite any person yisititm the
city to call and see us:--they will 'at least, be
pleasod;to walk around'Our beautiful store ,•and
tcrview the finest - China: and the cheapes t the
world .prodifoes. Very fesPectfully;. ;
TYNDALE & liIITCHELEV"'
;" ; No. 219 Chesnut ati'stit;";;
1 1 11Piiils.eopt26'491y;,' •i p • 11,,MM ;-
,rEnrizatEn DEPOT. - 7
DON'T be'J uocellidd. Country Mew chants
and, Dealers who' want good and cheap
PE4FUNIER.Y; and FANCY SOAPS 'Should
call ;upotr; JOHN ;T WACO., Polione r pod
Chains/ Market SE,,' below l elphia,
who has constantly on hand • PEAFUN lEttY
and; FAN C '.soAPS bf every , ' dant
Powders, Hair Oils , Ox Marrows, Colognes,
11114 Pyos, , &c., &c.f i 1- • '
10000,,porsone !luxe road ritl y, advert.isevrtent, t
lid Laifor k ltundreda,of whom h ova
itiailed'arld . .bo'en eoiwoitted of the:adyantoot•Lor,
purchasing direct frbia the hamitihicturori: •
Ak4p'ey for Ferrates Cirea§ailm litor• ~
Curlirig dr:e. • „.
- • - •o:rplerafrom Arty.part of Om, lUrtitm3i sfatoe
1431litio attended' to; - „ • •
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Vts' RR' '
s B,As x T.an,
cMOOR IWAR k i I to,tiprtlto l a te ly
of :Efetirn nog ld X.? 411 d
, V.OOD'AVA4tE. wl»ch 'tho9 ere now oclliinB
helbe loyvoot mopufaotprOtg ,4f4,-44
,A• full ossoilioem Bi lq tre ßty7- 1 $l O I, )s
Cordagd, constantly '
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n, 14 JitligNitY A TO iN3ut
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For the Removal nd Tarmaiient Cure of all.
And 61'1h - trio' Comiilehite aie - Caused 11 , an Ira
paired, weakehed or unhealthy'eondition of the •
Thii beautifill and'convenient s applicationof the•mys•
terierurpoweirS of GALVANISM, and MAGNETISM, hes
boon ,pronounced by distinguished physiciansc.beth In
Europe and the United States, to be the most vatualle.
medicinal discovery of t h e Ade. .
used wltb tho 'mod perfect and 'corinin names all
" GENERAL DEBILITY,
Stiongthebing the weakened body; giving tone to the
various'organs, and invigorating the entire system. Also,
In Frgev CRAMP, PARALYSIS and PALSY, DYSPEP ,
SIA dr. . INIM GESTION, - RHEUMATISM; - ACUTE and
CHRONIC, GOUT, EPILEPSY, 'LUMBAGO, DEAF.
NESS, - NERVOUS •TREMORS, PALPITATION OF
THE' HEART, APOPLEXY, NEURALGIA, PAINS in
the SIDE and CHEST, LIVER COMPLAINT, SPINAL
COMPLAINT, and CURVATURE of the SPINE, HIP
COMPLAINT, DISEASES of the KIDNEYS, DEFI
CIENCY ..OF NERVOUS and. PHYSICAL ENERGY,
and all NERVOUS DISEASES, which complaints arias
from ono simple enuie—namely,
boraugement Of the Nervous System.
al- . in NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Drugs and Medi
-eines i ncrease the-disease, for they, weaken the vital ener
gies of the already, prostrated system; while under the
strengthening, life-giving, - vitalizing influence of OaPtsui.
Ism, as applied by this beautiful and wonderild discovery,
the exhausted' patient and Weakened suf f erer is restored
_to former-health,. strength r elasticity-and-viger
The giant peculiarity and excellence of - " '
- Dr. ditristi 'a Galvanic Gurativaa,
minsiati; in the fact th they arrest and cure disease by
,eßt,tpEixd , epp/ieatiorty in lace of the usual mode of drug.
ging and physlcking the Talent, oxhausted Nature
sinks hopelessly under the infliction! ' '
l'hey strengthen the Weals system, equalize the circulation
of the blood, promote the secretions, and neuei•do the slight
est injury underany circumstanbes. Since their Intro.
dliction in the Uni ted States. only thren,years since, more
6 . 0,000' P6r•so.ns. •
.lnaluding - all ageiccltunieriftid — cbilditions, among wallah
_.era a largo number of ladies, who are pecoliarly subject
to 'Nervous Complainte, have been ,
larrnitzLy AND PERMANENTLY MBE% .
- when elf hope - of relief inuFbeen given up, anti evetly .
thing else been tried in vein 1 ,
To illustrate the use of the GALVANIC BELT, soppowthe time Of X person afflicted with that bane of
DYSPEPSIA,.. or._ any other .Chronic or
Nervous Disorder. In ordinary' cases, stimulants are
taken. which, by their action on the nerves and, Muscleir
of the stomach, afford iemparin r relief, but which leave
the patient In xi-lower state, and with Injured faculties,
after the action thus excited has ceased. Now compare
this With the effect resulting from the application ot the
GALVANIC BELT. Take a Dyspeptic sufferer, oven
in the. worse symptoms of an attack, and simply tie the
Belt around the body, using the Magnetic Fluid as
fslirseted. --- Ilr - a — shorr pe 061" the - iiiiiiinSibleperspititidef
Pwill act on the
. positive elemoid of the' Belt, thereby
causing a Galvanic ciroulatioh which will piss on to the ,
negative, and thence back again to the positive, thus
keeping up a continuous Galvanieciiculation throughout
the system. Thee the most severe,cases of DYSPEPSIA
are PERMANENTLY CURED, A FEW DAYS IS
OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO ERADICATE THE
DISEASE OF YEARS.
CERTIFICATES- AND TESTIMONIALS
'Of the most Undoubted Citariteter,
from all parts of the Country could boikiven, iutftclenil
to till every column Mills paper!
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which conclusively proven that
" Truth is stranger than Fiction."
RIIEUDIATISM, - BRONCIIITIS AND DYSPEPSIA
Rev. Dr. Landis., a Clergyman
of New Jersey, of diatinguished attainments and exalted
stoner, Now Jersey, July la DM.
Da. A. 11. Cunis,s—Dear You wish to know of
me what has'been the result in my own case, of the apple
cation of THE GALVANIC BELT AND. NECKLACE
My reply is as follows t
For about twenty years I had been suffering from Dys.
popsia. Every yaw the syMptems became worse, nor
could I obtain permanent repel from any course of medi•
cal treatment whatever. About fourteen years vine., is
consequence of frequent exposure to the weather, in the
discharge of. my pastoral
,duties, I became subject to a
*ever° Chronic Rheumati sm, which for year after year
caused me indescribable anguish.. Farther I.in the wintei
Of '46 and '46, in consequence of preaching a great dea,
in my own and various other churches in this region, I
wits attacked by Aim Bronchitis, which soon became so
severe HI id require an immediate suspension`of my pas.
total labors. My iteccons system was now thoroughly pro,.
froted,ruid.as my BConchltm became worse, so also did my
Dyspepsia and Rheumatic affection—thus ovioning_tant
- these disorders were connected with oac othisr through
the medium of the Nerved. System. 'ln the whole phar•
macopeeia there seemed to-pe no remedial agent 'Which
could' reach and recupeni.s my Nervous System; every
thing that I had tried for this purpose hail completely
failed. At last I was led by my friends to examine your
insentient, and (though with no very,sangulne hope, of
their eflictenc I "determined 'to try 'the effect of the
application of the GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE,
with the MAGNETIC FLUID. Thltt was in 'Jane, 1846.-
To stv,oaltir ASTORISHMEnT, IR TWO VATS JUT Deanne to
HAD GONE; IN EIGHT DATS / WAS SNARLED TO RESUME
MT PASTORAL LABORS I non HATE 1 SINCE OMITTED A SINGLE
MORTICE On tepollerT cc THE HIIOncIIITIN AND HT 11.11EIY
MTH , iInINCTIOrt HAS ENTIIELT CEASED TO THIMBLE ME.
Stich is the wonderful and happy results of the experiment.
I fusee. recommended the liit;LT. and FLUID•to many.
Who have been likewise suffering from Neuralgic affec
tions They have tried 'them, .WITH , HAPPY REAULTN, I
SELMA In EVERT OAS.' •
am, dear sir, very respectfully yours,
ROBERT W. LANDIS.
_ DR, CHRISTIE'S
II used for all complaints effecting the Throat or Head,
Ankh ae Bronchitis, In.dammatlon of the Throat, Nervotts
and dick Headache, Dizziness of the Head, Neuralgia In
the Face, Buzzing or Roaring In thO Este, Deafness, which
fe generaliy. Hereon", and. that distressed complaint, called
Tie Doloreuz.• •
Palsy and Paralyidi..
• - Allphyslcienitetkiievileilitiiihat'these terrible (Homo
are caused by a deficiency of Nervous Energy la the
affected limps. .Da. Cusurrir.'s (Minnie Articles will
sapply this deficient power, and a complete and entire,
'cure is them effected. • . .
• 1000 Oasos' of Palof .and 'Paralysis'
hive been repotted to Da. Canis . ..lz and his Ageritaisithia
the to two peon, which have been entirely, restored.
_ . .
CAP.ANDIINVI J. Tours of Brooklyn, N. Y., had
not boon able to tittlk o step for neat' four years, qnd was
so helplesi that he 'had to'bo'fed The moat celebrated
physicians gaveskim up.' In Ave days' after ho cninnencesj
wearing the GALVANIC , DELT, NECKLACD, AND lINAOLLITII,
he walkolacross the room, and in three weeks Be kad pen
fectly.recovered his Juralth. Captain Tome; lemma/
r!rarrt. of age.
Severe • I:loafness: Ouied.
Thifollow,lng is an extract from a letter,lately received
from a distinguished physician in the State of Virginia:.'
"A.ll. 911ILIST IZ. M. lb—Dear Sir: One of my patients,
unknownio me, obtained' your Ocavanie Belt and .Nech.
lace, with iblogiutie Fluid, for it'serions affection of
Deafness. The clan was that of a' lady whose Nerfous
system was. much' disordered, and 'her general, health
poor. Much was done previously to the application of the
Belt, but with very little success, and I foal It only sight
to tell you, that since eke commenced wearinethe Belt
and 'using the • Fluid,' but a few weeks age, she hu
ENTIRELY' RECOVERED .lIER HEARING, and hes
general health. is better than fordmveral years." -
Oct. Every. cue ot,':,Deafness, If It ,bo Norman; as
;generally can_beoured br.11,44 w0.0944.rpird37...
GALVANIC BRACEL TS
ire 'found of ant Alan/lee Wockees of cox/rills/or, or Vas,
•lapaamodie Complaints, and goneral Narrow' Arentlone ox ;
.11he'Head And upper eztremiliee. Alsoln Pably,and Para*
ode, and' all 'diseases • eakiied 'by a !deflelennY of yowl;
.tr ir4 Norvona Energy In the r llmbo'or other 'Organe of' the
i Oa' Many hlindrakaortillaataalraPa Srll ports or th e
nounlrr of lue,moel axtraordlnary character cop be gly?.
aby,No,tionblo or. Inconvenience altanda.ikel nab of'
D. 011111STIE'S aonv,ainc—ARTICLES, : ea
Orly Inky, be worn by the moat feeble and drab:Ale with'
partsot ease and safety. jp - many small the aootatkia
allendlng Iliatijilieli hghty jiiiiiing andOsrferiali. - ;Thiy:
ono birrontliVallynyartoftba nentalalt.i rr, ~ ".,". •
''' Priteta It '':.' rr " , v.' '' 1 : '
, The GihratilO,Thill ''''...` 7 !rive. Dollar, The Galvinlci Neitildiote;. Vara Zolleuri c '
:TheiGatfriiiieniacelipfai: Oils' Dtalar. Mob:
cnagafitib Equi.deL '-' ',.- on,' Dart' , .
~ Oc#4bb iiitlilea ara - aciiina'Paalsd by ' flies ' arid Oda
- ractiOlW - Peet pbiets iilth full particulars clay tar Ma
the autuorbia Agent.; h. -- . , - , :r: ~-,. --,* -L,
i ' Solajn‘ , Cnrlislo . tly , 6. ELVOT'S i,
-' .. I “Ve t ti*ER:UVOLVT I VAT''' i i '' . 'l %
1 : 14 90 , c i ki i ii4AV,j ,l3 lt i tti l i?i ' eit i l, l il: l :litie c k;% °" (:
rugo; i g6'1 6. 6:4.6.0}! 0 61 :. t6f.PCOlittlA I Y.
0 6 1 , i) . :
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6 61 ,9, 1:4 nR1A...r.itt16 1 1021'i11t,9 1 96 1 P , App9 9 49t
t 6 WE' /VP ,t,'Prilt ,II thy z.; Icial in ,;:f , ,,, , 4
H lbilY'y 6 0 6 ,5 6 1, 6 0 1 t1Y,901 4 P: t' P l l .6 6 5,ictftn,‘
ent qf ivildirpgq4 cl) ( 11 8 : 01 1,, All)lteatiPP.-1
yo,;.iiiigl,p;Vdrrtimeiy, and •tt verteNyi9sonl663!,l
tteltii:Mitiolt Jt,e , .io ,eptertniiied ,to Emil to v. ...,
: e will giro hie pcpould Ottintion Itillibt:l?tlftL.
int: onqii i ptirvey tojulAg i lp po l ommvos
A filii3ro tielluettott made or bysictans coun
try Meriltunte,,vnd'Petllors. ,
Aeb, 19, 1850' . - - : .., ........ '
Diarrhces and Cholera, by removing the
sharp acrid fluids by which them corupiamta are
- occasioned, and by promoting•-theiiibrieative-scare--
tion of the , *us ni'embraus.
F e p on .11 alf kinds
,restorMg :lin [doodle
regular circulation, threnoll the per... of perspi
ration in such mum +mil the thorough solution a
all intostihal obstruction in others -
The - tare Menictancs have been known - te
cure' . REarMATISIN • permanently in throe
svboks, und"GOUT in half that time, by removing
local inflammation froni the muscles and ligomonta
of the joints:
Dl' on of all kinds, by freeing and strength
ening Elio kidneys and bladder: they operate mart
delightfully on aloe important orzana, and bunco
have over been found a certain reiiiedy tor•die
work cases of-GRAVEL.
.Also Worms, by dislodging from the - turnings
of the bowels the slimy matter whio.h times
A s th ma and Consumption, relieving the
air-verrels Of the lungs from the mucous which even
slight colds will occmion, and which, if not rat
moved, L-conies pardoned, and protiums diode'
Scurvy, Ulcers, and Inveterate Soros by
the perfect puritywhieli three Tom— Amu
onus gicn to the blood, and all the humors.
Scorbutic Eruptions and Bad Comolex
ions, by their alterative effect upon the fluid; that
feud the akin, tut& the morbid state of which Imes-
Sieon all eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and
other disagreeable complexions. .-
l'he nen of these Pills for it very short time will
effect no entire cure of SALT itIIEUM, and a
striking improvement in the cleariinse of the Ain.
VONT MON . _ COLDS- and. INFLUENZA - will
always be cured hy one thee,or__by_ two eve ' '
the worst caeee. .
PILES. Asa remedy for this most distressing
and obstinate malady, the VEGETABLE LIFE
IMEDIGENEs -deserve a distinct and emphatic
*commendation.. It is well known to himdreds in
:his city, that the foriuer proprietor of these vain
able Medicines was himself afflicted with this
complaint for upwards of TUIIITY-111 , 1C Taale j and
that he tried in vain every. remedy proscribed
within (lie whole cornpass of-the Maleriu Medics..
He however at length tried the Medicine which is
aow offered to the public, and ho was cured in a
very short time, after -his recovery had been pro
miproda_.e, but 111.
nounced not only absolutely .
possible, by any human moans.
FEVER A.ND . AGUE..
...Per 'this scourge c f the western country throe
Medicines will' be found &safe, speedy, and certain
remedy.. Other medicines: leave -the system sub
ject, to a return of the , disietse--4. cure by theal
medicines is Ikennattigut—TßY.THEM, DE SA.- ,
TISPIED, AND DE CURED.
Bilious_ Pava ax4-Liver.o,ornillaintei
....General Debility, LOOS or ArriTITIC, • AND
utsit•ses or I , ExtALLS--tileae Metlit4rlee have been
need with the moot beneficial trint!te in coses of this
dericriptidn :—Ktsa'a Ern., nod SCROFULA.. in As
worst forms, yields to the mild yet powerful acticeitif
these remarkable Medicines. NIGHT SWEATS !
NICOVOUS DOCILITY, NitOVOUB. COMPLAINTS Of all
PALMTATION Or TIIII frOAILT, PAINTECL'a
COilC, ore speedily cured.
Persons whose constitutions hails become irtt
'aired by tho injuilloiotut use of Aissoutty, will find
Shone Medicines et perfect cure, as they never fail
to eratliCate from the system all the eftee . -
Mercury iiifinitelV - emoner than the moo., powerful
, preparations of .Barsaparilla , ghtla win
place , thenv beyond the mach of fiC . mpetition, irittu!
estimation of every patiebt. - 1 •,.
. • BE, • CAREFUL , OF COUNTER FE rrs:
,ScVeral have lately beau 'discovered; and ' their
nefarious authors arrested, both• iu the city of New
York and abroad. -
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If the generative system, •
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June 6. ' . ' • Ili. FiLLIQTT
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Lire% -rills ,- fiti(t
),r4 v v . i1:••• r: .;
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• in iihre,l iiT7rY fryrtne./
or ilcierein to trhich the i+ ' gmnn rt/ITT.; I. 1; 1 4 . ;,.
11 ITT t riss A,AT - Ds
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ittietnitervi, t , /-r hove .v. O
the 1.121•1,,, •
:icier ell the /keep:ire .novirniem of I. ;fly hid /..
teriy...loiloci.; owl tii /trittry troy Isere
iiericitnen:!c - vieceTrit 25a ~tiniforrn ..crijoymi.,,,- of
fie'nfth, tiro, iitiolt._l4. lett it
tin , ftt , et, 1/v3 :hew mri,-nrw inn,
6 . FZlfi;ely leen thee whu.s.v.:l3:
tirihtittiraprl with the hirtotifully pnih>ynp4icnl prin
t:int:nu iitrc - in which they c . ompoinnicil. end upon
which they cenecquontir art.. It welt to their
-minifent updrrnrtiihle ontrin in pocifying the lyric/v.
choncel...4o/I,..eitniiitn,7,.._thren. vrith. re,
nowkil tone unit vizor , that thii,r were iinlehted for
Unlike the lutist Of pernlreitie:iiintelcerici whieh
or ve4etahle'iniii ,, lii.litr, the LITE
cir 2,53 p„,,,lyfund ; anil con
tain neither Tip y, nor iiithgony, nor Arse
nit, nor any other iiiiiterrq, in any forin,whatever.
Cltnv are NilirelY.L.coniptieetotitiiktraeta_ftonLeara____
and- powerful plonts;the virtues 'of. which, though.
long known tn Ueveral Indian
,tribea, and recently
SOIll erni pharmaceutical chei/liktilinre alto
gether unknown to/the ignorant ,pretendect to
neutral tatieuce ; and_ were never before atlininiti
tarei.tf iti no happily offienciiitte a coinbightion.
The . first 'operation is to oat front lltti coati or
-the stomach ono bowels the varlousoinpurilles and'
"Crudities diem ; and to
remove the hardened. Aimee which collect in tits
Convolutions of •tho intestines •• Other medi
cines eel partiiilly cleanser these, and leave such
collest,cd mimeos behind to produce habitual CostiYo
!tern, with all ds train of midden Piairhcca
with do ikuninent dungen,. • This fact' iswell,
known to all regulur anatomists- who examine tha
human bowels after (loath ; and-house the preju
dice of these• wed informed men against the quack
ritetficiiicti of the aze. The, wimind effect of the
TECISTABI2I LIFE itiIDICIFIES in to
cleanse, din kidneys and the tilndilcr ; and, by this
. nieiids..ilhe , !Vier and lumW the heakin'ttl ,action' of •
Mein-entirply.,de.pandempon_ the ..regultuity of-the-.
•urinurY 'rife blood, Which takee ita rod
color nom thenzeitcy of ilia Inniza,before
p e ts into I:e, heart, being thing purified by them,
and aunt-imbed by feud coming (rum tt clean stomach.
moose freely .thrunzli the veiny; row.we every part
of the system, and triumphantfr mounts the knitter,
of health in the bloeming,cheeic:
The followinz rtio anion- the disln.Lin t ver i ely
of ho tin w h ich the VEGETABLE
lam HEDIonTE3 are well known to he infal
DYSPE.P3IA, by thomnzloy 6letinqing the find
and io . condstotinteloi, and creating a flow of pure
healtliv b l l,, inst,ol of the stale and n , rid kind ;
Er Los, pf . Appetite, ,;11; , ir'thrtrn,
Lt 171,1 11 . nod Int hay, wiliMr are thw. r,neral
will vao.lth, as a natural
oen, , pietir :, cf its ewe. - -
Costivenesa, by, dlean,ing. Wewhole. lei7th
the with anoivent prec,4. and without
vinlmma: all violent p_urqes le:1 , 9•111, 1.10%,11 eocilre
within two day,.