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Little Children. Love Ones-Anothei'l
A little girl with a happy took, , • . .
Bat slowly reading a ponderous book, ',
An bound with velvet 'lnd edged with gold; ;
And its weight was.ntore than the child could hold:'
Yet dearly she loved to nonder it o'er, .
And every day elle Prised It mere :-',
For It sold—and she looked at her limiting. mother,
It said, , phtle children love one, another.'" • .
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She thought It was benutleul In the-book,
And the lessoh home to her heart she . took t:
She walked her way with,a trusting grace.
And a dove-like look in her meek young face ;
Which saidi het as, plairres words could say;
The Itolyßiele I Inusttbey
So, mother, I'll be kind twiny darling brother,
For "Little children must lovo one another."
I'm sorry he's naughty, and will not play,
But I'll love him still, for I think the way
To make him gentle and kind to me,
Will be better shown, Uri let him see,
1 strive to du what I think is right ;
And thus when we' kneel in prayer to night,
I will chum my arms around mytrother,
And say, "Little ehildrenlove one another.'!
The little girl diri as her Bible taugl4;
Anti pleasant. indeed. was the change It wrought;
For the Boy looked up In glad ourprige,
-To ineet_the light or herloilng e y e d
His heart was full—ho could not speak—
But he pressed it.kies on his Materiel cheek :
--AndOod-looked-dew-n-oa_the_apitytilt er„ :
Whose "Little children loved each other."
I go back to the age of Jesus ChVist,
•and lam immediately struck with the
commencement and rapid progress of -the
- most - terearkable - revolution -- in rthe - an
mals of the world . I see a new . religion,
.of a character altogether its own, which
'bore no likeness of any past or existing
'faith; spiladingin a few .years through
•all civilized nations; and introducing a
'':teiw..*ie,iPtew state of society; a change
: 4- .76okallataitin mind,--which Ins,„ broadly
following ages. Here
•which the skeptic will
• . •qica tierioo46ever he may explain it. I
;itii.o..e-lthitio religion- issuing from an_obscure,
'AleapiireldPlrated :people—its founder had
't,ffiedLiiiinri the cross, a mode -of pore4,r
• Meant . as,disgraceful as the pillery gal -
• -4Ovisial , the present day. an c, o ffi ce, or
merel . oo men, without. •
edaCetio4; taken frr-"lir.fishOg boats
a n d .ot he o ,,,.. E .nons which had never
,f u riil4llo,teachers.to mankind.
-L o tekthese men beginning their work
, i2rellie, , SPO - Where their master's blood
htttectrphed, as of a common maiden
tor i' c ankl. hear them . sumnianing first
, his'intirttarers, and then all nations and
-611,irink.0-the sovereign on the throne,
the Prkip,t, in the temple, the great and
as well as-the poor and the
ignerntto renounce the faith and the
Tworetiiyvhich had been hallowed by the
Veneration of rill ages, and to take 'the
yoke of their crucifi%Lord. I see pas
sion and ,prejudice, the sword of the
magistrate, the curse of the priest, the
- the - s Corn of the - philosopheri and the -fu
ry erilie . populace, join'to crush this
common enemy ; and yet, without
man weapon, and in opposition' to all
human power, I see the humblest Apos
tles of Jesus winning their way, over;
powering prejudice, breaking the
of their opposers, changing enemies in
to Mends, and carrying into the bounds
of civilization, and even into half civilized
regions, a religion which has contributed
to advance society more than all other
:causes combined.—Dr. Chauning.
SIR ISAAO NEWTON AND FIAELEY,-.7Sir
Isaac Newton set out in life a clamorous
infidel - ; but on a nice examination of
$ the evidences of Christianity, he foun.
reason to elluego tiffs opinions. Wh ti
it'adressed him in these nr like words
Dr. Halley, I am always glad to hear
from you when you, speak about astrono
.my or other parts of the mathematics, be
cause that is a subject you have studied
and well understand ; but you should
rot talk of Christianity, for you have ,not•
studied it, I have, and am certain that
y_ou_kritv_nothing-of-the matter." This
was a just reproof, and one that would
•very suitable to be given to half the infi
-dels of the present day, for they often
speak of what they have never studied,
and what, id fact, they ,aro , entirely igno
rant of. Dr. JOhn'son, therefore, well oh
'served, that no honest man can be a De
ist, foir no man could be so after' a fair ex
amination of the proofd tof Christitiftity.:
.On the name of Hume being mentioned
, to him. "No, sir,", said he : “Hume
.owned to a clergyman in the bishopric .of
.Durham that he had' never read the
New Testament with attention."
THE WAY OF SALVATION.--Divine
mercy is pure mercy. towards the whole
'human race for the
_purpose of saving
tthens, and it is likewise continual with
everyman, and in no case recedes from
any one, so that every one is saved who
•can be saved ; but no one can be saved
, but by divine means, which means aro
revealed by the Lord in the 'Word : di
vine means are what are called. divine
/truths ; these teach in what manner man
ought to live that he may be saved ; by
those truth§ the Lord leads man to.hea
ten, and by them implants in man the
Aire of heaven: this the. Lurd efrects
with all ; but' the life of heaven cannot
be implanted in anyone unless he 'abstain
from evil, for, evil opposes ; so far, there. ,
fore, es man abstains, from evil. so far the
Lord leads him out of pure Mercy by His
divine'means, and 'thji from infancy to
the end of his lifein'tlie world, and af
derwarcls to eternity ;, this 18 the divine
mercy which is meant. fience.it is evi
dent that the mercy the Lord is pure
mercy, but not immediate, that is, suet:,
as to' save all.out of good pleasure, let
ithem have lived they may.
irr"How much iliyine teaching does
.the soul need,before it can look on the
.trialS,Of Alfa ,
thitir true light !, God
•can be, the giver of •• nought but good ;
for those events which cause us suffer
ing,cand what we misname adversities,
-are blessingi as' they,-Come from' Him.
We pervert them, - txtake . them, adversi
ties, when we do not tasty them rightly.
But take a still .deeper view: faith in
the juyttice as - well as the love of i God,
tells us he, would' place his children in
any circumstances for which they might
not have be - en piepared, had they been
faithful fo the previous- teaching of his
- Providence. l'huti.regirded; prosperity
is a preparation Tor adversity, and adver
sity for. prosperit,Y,-.; health for sickness,
and sickness forhealtki:ond
Biagi to , the -Christian. • •
Tux Hem op easy
is to be ; neat—lo be olefin! flow eariy_
to arrange the rooms with the' rdost grace.
fulpr'opriety. Hotv cosy 3t is -to. invest
our houses with the trtiestelegance,
vgance tes;des not with the upholster or ,
the diaper; his itc4, in the rnosaics, The
carpetings, the roe wood,. the rhahoga.'
rig, the ,cnndelabin, or the'lwirble orna.
silents; it exists in the spirit .presiding
over the chambers of Con.
tentme,nt , must always,4e most graceful ;
it sheddserenity' over tile scene of its a-,
bsedd ;it' tranefornis; " waste gip?.
den. The home lighted - by .theso
mations of a nobler tuid brighter rday
be wanting in xnuch, ,wbich thediecontent.
ed desire;,bat tit its' inhabitants. it will
,be a 'plttee;' far outviewing the oriental in
brilliancy rind glory:,
PETROLEUM OR ZOOK OIL
' A NATURAL REAIRD • •
Prbcured from ri Well iis Allegheny ,county,
4000 feetbdour /he earth!!! surface.
PUT VP AND-BOLD DV SA'An. hi.. KIIR, CANAL
BASIN, 711 , ST. PIFTBIII7IIO, PA.
The healthful balm fivui Nature's secret spring, 1
The bloom of health and life, Nyman will Ming,
'As from her lepths :he magic liquld`tiows,
' To calm our.sulferings, and assuage our woes.
riptlllStreatreint dyer Natiireoif *I- repeated
AL and fair trials him worice.d" itayvay into pOpu,
tar favor. We need hardly repeat the filet, that
this is a Pnre,Unadulte'rated NATURAL MED
ICINE, sod is put up as it flows from thetOsom
of the earth, without admixture. In these days
of Nostrum vending we do net wonder .atilie_ia,
credulity evinced by the community, upon- the.
introilaetion_Ofilikineap, but that ineredu•
thy shall not suppress a medicine, whose ;Wei , :
ful influence has mitigated and cured Aso many
diseasesincident to our race; were we to witht
bald a reMedy like this tram - piddle notice, we
should consider cnicselvdsus guilty of 'keeping
back' somethinglud was intended to relieve
much human suffel
Mg, and dispel the gloom and
pain of many a on , whose 'system has for years
been racked an d tortured by . the fell engines oj
Disease.. Nay, do not wonder, gentle reader,
and join with others in the ory,that it cnreston,
msn,t diseases ; for, if you will take th e . trouble
to run over the list of diseases foi which it is re
commended, you wil:l find that they are;diseases
affecting die same kind of tisaucsmiiileonsequent
ly IT IS APPLICABLE TO aLL.
Bathe best evidence in favor of a medicine
are the cures themselves. When these stand out
in bold relief, and when he who for yeairshas
feted the tortures and pangs of u.o.....—accabld
lesion, which has been haste:4pin' to the
row house, out t.. tti
evidence need he whated ? We have the evi. 1
dence.i— "dr possession, of many astonishing
.- ,-o will-be furnished to any one who re , '
ally dOubts the efficacy of this wonderful remedy : '
Elie Earth, from Which man was created ,benrs
in her bosom remedies which if known, arc'etr
pable of restoring him to health aidtvigor, when
prostrated by sickness and disease, ft was the
opinion of the celebrated Dr. Rush, that there
existed in Naturean antidote to every malady
to which man is liable. Every one is aware of
the relief frequently obtained from Mineral Wa-
Mrs, in most chronic COMplaints. These singular
medicaments, flowing outfrom the earth, satura
ted With su stances varied In their character,
and holding them in complete solution, bear am•
ple testimony to the facyliat they were coin•
pounded by the master hand or Nature, to repair
the shattered vessels of our physical. being, and,
set them With sails unfurled, prosperously . _ upon
lie-sea of life.
. . -
The Petroleum is one of this kind of remedies,
and is endued with powers to relieve more hu
man 'aufTerivg than any other mtdicine extant.—
Whe l i taken perseveringly and acconling to the
directions, it will oure—Diarrhoea, Piles, R hew
nudism, dem , Neuralgia, Obstinate, Eruptions
of the Skin, Erysipelas, Pimples on the Pace
Blotches, Piles, Chronio,Sore Eyes, Ring Worm
'Fetter, Scald Head, Pains in the bones, and
Joint', tura all that class of Diseases, in which
alterativr,.or, pUtifyingMedicifies are indicated.
S'old 'by Ilnverstick and S. A. Hubbard,
Carlisle ; J. C. & G. 11. Altick, Shippensburg;
Hood & Son, Springfield; Gilmore
Stogh, Newville.; Thomas Greason, Plainfield,
The United States Life Insirance
Annuity and Trust Company.
Charicr Perpetual—Capital $'250,000 each
SY 3 .4' 274
MINE constant, unsolicited' application for
Life Insurance, gives the most abundant
nd gratifying proof that the public mind is
,deeply impressed with 'the last importance of
this subject. The great object, however, of
Insurance should be att./Z.4y, otherwise the whole
motive to - Miura may. be disappointed. Teo
much care cannot he_prectised-im tba„,so . a.c.f.ion
'and cotiaiant large inducements, as this, is cer
tainly indompatible with -future bangles. The
premiums on life are calculated for thefuture,
if present and prospective benefitti therefore are
given, the result ultimately, must terminate in
litigation, disappointment and ruin. The objec
aimed at by this institution is stability and per
petutty. The rates of premium have been care
fully prepared with reference to fluctuations.—
The cash system of payments has also been
adopted. Unpaid premium notes constitute no
part of the assets of this eempany,_aridfniery_
contingency being fortified with an ample cap•
ital, security stamps tne wholeikystem. • 'This
feafure,.paramOunt 'to all other 'considerations,
commends the company io public favor. EX
planatory pamphlets, blanks, application papers
information, and every facility will be cheerfully.
turhished by WM M. PEN,ROSE, Esq., who
has been duly appointed agent of this company
for,Cumberland county. Dr. ft lIINKLEV"
has' also been hip Pointed rte dical Exam iner.3
nirectors.—Staphea R. Crawford, Ambrose
W Thompson, Benjamin W Tingley, Jacob L
Plcirenee,-William JA Godwin, Paul BPoddard
Lawrence Johnson, George M'fienry, James
Devereux, John L
"President .—Stephen R. Crawford.
'ice-President.—Ambrose W. Thompson,
, Treasurer.—Charlee fralay,
• Actuary.—Manuel Eyre.
Coanset .Bttorney;--Thomna ,Balch.
.111-Vical Examineys.—Paul ff Goddard, M.D.
William Pepper, M: D. [aug7 ly
THE Allen and East Pennsborough Mutual
Fire Insurance Company of Cumberland county
ncorporated by an act of Assembly, is now fully,
organized, and in operation under the manage- .
ment of the following commissioners, viz r -
Jacob Shelly, Wm IL Gorges, Michael Cock
in, Melclioir .Brenneman, Christian Stayman,
Simon Oyster, Jacob H Coovor, LoHis Hter,
Henry Logan, Benjamin II Musser, Jacob
Kirk, Samuel. PrOWell, Joseph NVieltereliam.
The rates of insurance area's low and favors.
bl° as any . Company of thelind in the State.—
Persons wishing to become members ore invited
to make application to the agents of the compa.
ny, who are willing to wait upon them at any
JACOB SHELLY, President.
HENRY SLOGAN, Vice President.
. ' LEWIS HTER, Secretary.
Mluniur. CoemaN, Treasurer.
Cumber/awl county.—Rudolph Martin, New
Cumberland, C B Herman, Kingstown, Henry
Zearing,_ Shiremanstown, Robert Moore and
Charles Bell, Carlisle, Isaac KinSey, Meehan.
iceberg. Dr. I. AM, Gharchtown:
`Tor • county.—John Sherrick Lisburn, John
Bowman, Dilleburg, Peter Wo t lford, Franklin
John Smith r Esq..,. Washington, W S
Dover, Daniel Raffensberger,.J W Craft.
"Harrisburg.—Houser & Lochmnn.
Members of tiro company having policies a
bout to exPro can have them renewed by mak.
ng application to any of the agents.
, FFICERS, non centroiesioned Officers and
privates, entitled 'to receive 'Bbnnty Land'
under the late act of Congress.
I hereby give • notice that having 'associated
myself with an efficient agent in ;Washington
rsty for procuring warrants for acid lands, and
having the pay rolls in my possession of those
who-served from this district, in the . .sth de
tachment under the command of Col James
Fenton, in the war of 1812, will enable me to
give information to claimants relative thereto.
Prom pi attention will be paid to the procuring
of said warrants, for the able, defenders of this
conntry The charge will be moderate I will
also attend to the procuring of paients for th
same Please give me a call
'octl6 ' • It A LAMBERTON
FIRET ARRIVAL OF!
Botts and Shoes
FOR ::THE FALL SEASON AT
P'ORTER'S SHOE STORE,
.7/fain street," near the Rail Road Depot,
/..iOMPRISING 'l%fn's,'Boy's and Youth's
Calf, Kin and: coarso,.Bootir and Brogans,
winch are warranted to he - of the beet quality,
Ltidies Gaiters. • Busking and' French Tiea,
Ntisses - and Childrene'bpots' and shoes in Arent
.variety: Also, an'eleennt assortment' of GUM
SHOES and BOOTS,twith all"tbe late inn 7
proVemente and warranted 'perfect. 'll6/iing
purchaser! these gum sheen from the egonto4
the: marifacturer, I tun, anthorizact, , to:olve
New PAM in ptacir of any.thet Pro Va.. defentiVe
in wearing. .
Having a !errs stock .01 French flair Skins,
Morocco, kid, &c,, and good Workriten, every
intention is given to customer wertii'dirunual.,
uptig ~„ WM..111. PORTEItu.,
.'"'aciiii '011)4.0: . ' • (
' f GreatWargesins 1
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CIAN , be expected from' the, subscriber; as its
1 11... i has PS ,receivedl.c;nciWtind • splendid ea;
sortment of :WINTER .GOODS, which ho •
offeia to his customers , , and others, who may,.
favor him while call at great Bawling!,
. CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,. ~
satinets', velvet cords. Ky. jeans, scarlet, yel- ,
low, white and Canton Flannels, uckinga, mus
line; calico, coehmeres,o !ankle, alpticas,-,Co
bvrg cloths, gloves; hosiery,' Irish linen, porn- ~
forts, &c, , • . ~.• ,
• ' SIIAWLS! SHAWLS i ! Long,
'' A largo and splendid' assortment of n
and Square Shawls, at all prices to suit the
BOOTS AND SHOES. --- •
Also, Boots and , Shoes, - Which he. is doterm- - .
fined to sell low, at his stand, in North Hano
firstatore below Haverstick's Drug Store.
vor street, Carlisle. J. G. CARMONY.
SUPERIOR 'FRESH. GROOERIES 1
?VIM Cheap . tFamily',Gronery. Store_bf Jo
seph D. 'Halbert, West Main stre, Car
lisle, haejnat received'a large and fresh' supply
of the best FAMILY -GROCERIES that the
Philadelphia markets can milord.' The subecri
- bar llas just returned from the and would.
respectfully invite "hid - friends and the pdblia
gener ally r both.-in-low - k_and_e_o_uniMiidltcall_
and examine for themselves his large ad d — in-.
creased stock, which embraces all the /trticlel
usually kept t - this - lino of business. Such as
Rio, Java and Si - Domingo and Laguna Coffee ;
Imperial, Young Ifyison. and Black Teas, of
Very superior quality and, flavor ; 'LaVering's
crushed, loaf, falling loaf, and loaf sugars, or
ange grove, clarified New :Orleane and brown
Sugars-of every-grade•and..quality,_with price id
suit. Honey, sugar hones, Orleans and syrup
Molasses. Spices of all kinds, which he will
warrant - pure and fresh ground: Brooms, Ce
dar and painted buckets, churns, tubs, half
bushel measures,. butter bowls, butter prints,
butter ladles, wash rubbers, &ci Clothes,
fancy . sewing, traveling and market baskets of
all kinds. Castile, fancy, rosin and counily .
er.)o.RS. Also, a general assortment of chewing
and smoddfig TOBACCO, swish half spanish
and common CIGARS. Ropes twines, and
Brushes of all kinds. Prime CHEESE always_
on hand. Sperm, Winter, strained Bin - Pliant
and Common OILS. -
-GLASS, QUEENSWARE.—I'have also
added to my already large stock; a number of
sew patterns of White Granite and lancY tea
seib. with CRO CRERY WARE of every.de
feription,,,wlfichl Will sell at the lowest prices
Feeling gratefuliffor the liberal patronage here•
Wore bestowed upon him by generous
the subscriber tenders them his hearty & sincere
thanks, and hopes that.in his efforts to please
and particular attention to business, to merit a
gontinuance of their support.
March 20, 1850. JOS. D. HALBERT.
15 , -.42CM=IrTrIMIU. 4I MI
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
North Hanover. Street; Carlisle, 'Pa. •
ripbe subsbcriber would respectfUlly invite
J -the attention of Country Merchants and
public in general to his largo assortmentbf
• - Confectionaries
manfactured - of the host material.fresh every
day—and warranted to stand any climate, which
he will sell wholesale or retail at the old stand
in North Hanover street, a few doors north of
the Bank. Having just returned from the city,
he would also call attention top largo assort
ment of Fruits and .Nuts of the latest importa
tions, consisting in part of
DOAN GgS, LEMONS, RAISINS,
Figs, Pruens, Dates, Citron, Almonds, E. tVal.
nuts, Cream-Cocoa, Pea Nuts, Filberts &c,—,
He has also made a large addition' to his stock
roys, AND FANCY GOODS,
comprising in-part,ffine , French - Card visiting
and other Baskets, Paper, Glass and Wooden
Fancy Vexes. Dolls. Doll Heads, Tops, Bast
and Parlor Balls, Rattees, Games and Puzzles
Wheelbarrows, Wagonh, Furniture, Ten Setts
and Nine Pins in Boxes, French and German
Accordeons, Fancy Soaps, Hair Oils, Cologne,
Brushes Sze. In connection with the above he
has just received a large assortment of
Cich ne Coffee. TAZI, Siwarelfolasm Sitico
of all kinds, Water,Sotta, o
Crackers, and all other articles in the Grocery
line, which Will he sold at low rates.
FINE CAKES, always on.hand end baked
d o r h u' l e t
e r n . d
e P d ar to t i
w e s it a h uT d u e ld
B i; u
e w h i . th N al . t p
. a . rt o ic o l h e a s, rg in e
_packing at this establishment.
Ciliele Juno 5,'50. P. MONYER.
aogrien Horse Motes,
AOIOINING - THE - COURIHOUSEi CARLISLE-,-P
THE subscriber having leased the above
large and commodious DO'PEL;situated on the
corner of the Public Square and .South Hano
ver street, and hitely occupied by Ben!, L Esh
leman, bags leave_ to announce to his friends
and the public that Ire is prepared to entertain
them_in _a. manner which cannot fail to meet
THE HOUSE has the most pleasant' fixa
tion in the borough—line been newly. furnished
and otherwise improved, and rio.sains will be
spared to make those who may sojourn with
him, 4 comfortahle during, their stay. Hie par
lors are' large and well furnished, arid his cham
bers supplied with new and comfortable bed
HIS TABLE will be eumilied wi if the best
the market can afford, and all who are connect
ed with his house will be found attentive care
ful and obliging.
THE BAR will contain the best liquors the
city can produce.
HIS STABLING is entirety now and exten•
sive, capable of accommodating from 50 to 60
horses—making it a desirable stopping place
for DROVERS, and will be aitended by a skil
fulDstler. in short, nothing will he wanting
I 'Calculated to add to the.comfort and conyent
' ence of those whn may few:n.l4lll with their
patronage. BOARDERS taken by the week,
month; -or year
Webb's ,Washing Po wder,
..A great saving. C.' flabor, tioap'and Time, with
out,any RUBBING by washing boards, Met
c hi nes , or w i t h the hands, , and preventing all
wear and tear of clothes. Warranted not' to
injure the finest fabrics. Price, /2i cents.
Sold Wholesale and retail at 'Dr. _Rawlins'
Drug and Variety 'Store, Main st. Carlisle, and
at his Medical Hall, North Queen et. Lances.
N. B. Alt orders 'filled at Manufacturer's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
WEST RIGTI STREET OPPOSITE THE. METHOpIST
WM. M. PORTER invites the attention of
,the public to his large and complete as.
sertinenfof BOOTS. SHOES ist OAITERS,
just received from Philadelphia, including n va
riety of new styiles. His experience in the Shoe
bur nese:enables him to select work of the beet
Materials and workmanship, which /011 be sold
at the lowest cash price and wai
DO - Customer work attended to a usual.
THE subscriber is now prepared to furnish
FAMILIES with 'the best quality CLEAN
S'I'ONE•COAL at the lowest rates. - Orders
loft at H. Saxton's, Hardware Store oret the
yard opposite Hoover's Lumber Yard, will be
promptly filled: Afro,just received from the
mines 100 TONS NUT COAL for Lime.
burqprs, 1500 bushels. Bituminous Coal for
Blaciamith's. • 8011 • H. WRIGHT.
THE subscriber:has:lust received at his Coal
Yard, at the Vest end of High street, a supe
rior quality of IVilkesnarre, Pinogrove; Lyken's
Valley, Lime burnors'.and Blacksmiths' COAL
which. he is prepared ;to . sell at reduced prices.
He respectfully solicits the patronage of tho
people of. Carlisle' and vicinity.
Oct 9 W 13 KIJR.R.A-Y Ant.
• ,- Zreift i ttit, - • •
NOTICE is horeby given that an application
.will be made to the Legislaturo'of this.
Commonwealth at' its next- seaman, for a chan
ter for a bank - with general banking privileges,
to be located in , enioberland county,
Pa., with a capital of;One Hundred 7 hdiayand
Dollars. and to in. ratted the Carlisle Bank. ."
jy4.'50 7 6m ' -
Bonnet and Neck. Ribbons. • ,
THE subscriber hoe jai' opened on assort•
mont of. Embroidered Ribbons of beautiful
styles, with a full supply of Bonnet Riblions of•
all qualities sop2s • G W
B euboortber hand a large' supply
IV of. the above ink,; byn spotlit! or:
,rtitikoment rat the propriMbr, he hittble to fur'
melt to morehonte and otliore, 'Alto mtioulOw.
wren,' wholesale:pryer,: • " •-•
oug2l . UE3, A .HUIII3ARD.
- - ,
' `if fr.x: A.. .. -- ? • - ' -
il '• 'ti - ll : L.all
,or the Cake of
.: PECTOM; •
OZEITISr-CROUP, AS TIC
VVI3OOPITIO - COUGH
. .. , . .
In offering to the community tills justly-cele
lkated remedy for ~ diseases of thetliroat .mid
lungs, it is not our wish to trifle with the live
Fr health of gm allEctedi but frankly-to-lay_ be._
line *hemtlffrofilinons of distitruished inen , and
l 011ie evidences of its success; - from .whioh
tihey Can judge for themselves. , We- sineerely
'pledge out selves to' MOW no wild assertions or , ,
liaise statenients Of its effictiey;nor will we hold
.;:ti ou t a,inytibaoupte;Mlferitig humanity which facts will
Many proofs are hde given, and we solicit, an
ing misfired they Will find them perfectly reliabe
and the medicine worthy their best confidence'
FROM BENJ. SILLIMAN. M. D., L. L. D. 4.1 e
l'rolessor of - Chemistry, Minerriology,Cdo., Yale
College, Member of the Lit. f ist. Med.' Phil.
and Scien. Societies of Amerl4a and Europe.
!'I drem the CHERRY PECTORAL an ad
mirable composition From some of the -best ar
ticles in the Materia Medics, add a very effect
\ ice remedy for the class of diseases it is intend
iil to cure " ;''
New Haven, Ct.,Nov. 1,1849.
f'rol. CLEVELAND, of 13owdo in College, Me.
Writes—" I have Witnessed the effecta of your
?CHERRY PECTORAL' in my owh family and
rat of my friends,and tt gives me satisfaction for
tute in-its favor •that _no medicine I Wye even
i mown hits proved so eminently successful i
luring diseases of the throat and - lungs." •
REV. DR. OSGOOD . .
Writes—" Tha t he considers 4 CHEßßY PEG-
TORAL' the boat medieine for Pulmonary affee-1
lions ever given to the public," mid states - thnt ,
"his daughter being obliged to - keep the room 1
four in ontlitrw ith a severe settled cough, accom
anied by raising of blond,night sweatsoind the
tientlant symptoms of consumption, commenced
he use of the 'CHERRY PECTORAL'. and
had completely recovered:"
HEAR THE PATIENT. '
Dr. Ayer—Dear Sirs For two years I Was
• filieted with a very severe . cough, accompanied
o spitting of blood and profuse night sweats.—
ly the advice of my attending physician I - was
educed to use your CHERRY PECTORAL,
4.1iil continued to do so till 1 considered myself
Cured, and ascribe the circa to your premiin.ion.
' - JAME'S - RANDALL.
Hamn - 'en es. Springfield, Nov. 27,1848
Thiaday-nppeared -the. abova_tiamedihunes
Itandalt, and pronounced the above :statement
true in every respect. ,
LORENZO NORTON, Justice.
THE REMEDY THAT CURES. '
Mel - . "PonriArie, Ale. Jan. - 10,1847.
Dr. - • - Ayer ; I have been long- afflicted with
Asthma which grew yearly worse until last au
umn, it brought on A cough which confined me
n my chamber, and began to assume the alarm
ng symptoms of consumption. 1 had tried the
hest advice and the best medicine to ne purpose,
Mull I used your CHERRY PECTORAL. which
has cured me, and you may well believe me.—
there is any value, in the judgiment of the
mise, who speak frotn experience, here is n nted=
ine worthy of the public confidence.
PREPARED BY 3. C. AYBYS, CIIE7IIIBT, LOWFILL
ICiveACIMETTS. • ' __
Soldiby Dr. Rai+lina, S. A. ..Hubbard & Dr. S.
olio Carlisle; Dr. Ira Day, Mechanicsburg; J
i. Herron, Newville;J.C. & J. B. Altick Ship-
L lensburg; and druggists generally. • -
N, ~,' 1
DI C"11111-*1' !i!
. . ‘
..0 1. 7 _ j.
ta all Christianlced Mul civilized countries, has caused a
larger Proportion of deaths than any other malady, that a
fflicts the human family nod, until within a feu , ,years
UulSNliafaraliagrpil Va(arradY stop the ee4. , •!.
sayer very sulny of the most .tt intgly martini and developed
mete or PULMONARY CONSUMPTiON—mq, red mbfen Cohen
of tair.crated twei diseased LUNGS—ouch norr.t.ess moles es
were never before co4d by anvollter I n edieine. Se utter
ly hopeless were sososeof deryafilleted ,persons LS to have
'Leen pronmenced .p.parleioll4l and• friends to ho sent.,
LY err Ha. Some. who Idol their buried-clothes made, have
been _cured, and yee. lireLothers, who it Ay atranid,yould
• toloater—daY.-erelkOw_tri_r_VlLitutllmarty_iu aloy
- It neuroses all theciaaaing and purifying virtuesmen - rly
as powered and genre the preparnikm which wremdl
BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT.
The Debate differs from the Ertratt, because it possesses
eawiral medications Oda areePbcadiarty adapted to, and ore
meenttally neanuaryfor, I/W.lm uf.
COUGHS AND CONSUMPTIONS,.
and all disease, of a palmonary nature—inch diseases as
cannily proveao fatal Mader ordinary treatment, when they
Breast, Throat, Lungs, and Heart
This BALSAM HEALS AND CuRCATLCCRS in the LUNGS,
and elsowbenb internaily, as certainly and easily as the Po
usirlf sem EXTRACT [RM..' heal. ulcers enternaLly. This
Balsam cun. NINE eattl of Cough and Consumption out 01
Tan, tiler all other remedies have failed to dewed.
'Thousands of. Consumptions
and Chronic Coughs shondantly prove Its Illtfailtni, dimes
In each Simms, and its undoubted curative power, and
soothing, hosting properties, in the following complaints
t eid diseasost, vie.: Sptianp of flood, Bleeding at tho Lunge
Pais in the Breast and Side, Night-Swart., Nervous (hus
plaisk, Pet pitation of Go Heart, Cholera Infantton, Dyla n tory sad Somessar Costsphtinte in Children told Adults, end sil
FEMALE WEAKNESSES & COMPLAINTS.
NO remedy offered to the public lies over boon hid/ as
te,t4i.is and cradual in restarvag su, the incidental weeklies.
sb and ineorstarittor of the sex, is BRARVS ruLmOnARY
BALSAM. It Maas nodifference whether thoderminemont
be suppression, era., or other weakness—it REGULATES
ALL, by strengthening a. Sksil,ll4, sgualizing the CIRCULA,
'flog, and soothing and alloying NERVOUS IRRITATIILITY
rr a duo paRplllOlS.
-AtO (ME CUM t ,prover the POWER TO'iAVI LIVE
WROO-111EMAlatiA.M 111 need; even, after the person'is corp
riasepiliy phypriciaire and/rim& to t>p In - the:Pa stayer. Of
direase—ractually Orr nurerHuid,'ltr this case, so PAR GONE,
that the SIIRROO And lIVRIII.CLOTHE6 .10,0 bony)((!' yet
the jrarhicidars of this cam, st thir reapstable and ondenbt.
el proof of all the oirctuitatancoe lead furls, No refer iu out
Tills cuneiriart effecteil "on Mr.. 7:113.4: ID.YILE2ttri..N; or
Balla.. SP., Sai,*llo.. Wo can prove, bc..
Yowl a doubt, trump. ocatra. earned oloeniiienrierei and To'
utagerald• came of , geogh and Conturoptions C UREA
which were pronetaKerrieenrable by sansei. /11950[31N3.
ttennrit. J. K. I.LPI'II7COTT & SON, respectable men
chants at Ifitingroca,SuUtontt county Peassidensia, wrote to
on, May 12. 180, stating, 11111011,7 oili e r otaErtrewhielt had
been derived from the we of - BRANT'S PULMONARY
BALSAM, that one of their customers had just Informed
them that her child; which bad been subject to ries fop
&wand onset, wan cured by the UM of Baserr,s
See our Parephlota for the cutes effected 1413p.A.NT'S
- - - -
ant Suumeu Commetuts, In .thltdren or Troson pawns
cured without any fallen, serfulteur. Also—
CHOLERA I N FAN'TUIVI.
.Ndationter need ever mourn dm death of tier child by
that chilthdestroving complaint, when frit/sing in warm
Iryfinsluta, or what la cnited•Summatt
Cosirbatterif "BRANT'S PULMONARY BALSAM"
be administered to tlittchild. It should, however in MA
take. be need ettieeet mtiorn as the die:C.llOW a
ettclihntile prescribe. until Ms complaint is checked .
For sale hy;.L W. RAWLINS &S. W
HAVERST/CR, Carlisle„J C & G,B. Africk
and W D E Hays, Shippensbuyg- , -I,Vm Lloyd,
Liahurn—J F Spahr Mechatirreburg—liller
zen, Newvillo—A G . Klink, Bloomfield—Bea
ver and Haines, Millerstown--.1 A Linn' & Co
Lanbdisurg—J %Milligan, : Ickesburg—S Low,
Newport-4 W Eouglass, Chamborsburg 7 J L
Shearer, Dillsburg—J Martin Lutz, Harrisbyrg
All letters and orders must be addiersed ro
Wioince & Ce.; JOG Broadway, New York.
mall and , irititer Clothing .
Motzey Save4' . is .711oney Made.
STEW, rinAr :AND FASHIONABLE
LI CLOTHING STORE, on East Main
street opposite Elliot'a Drug Store, in rite room
formerly.occupiedby,Mr. Hantoti es a Clothing
Store. .Thankful to. the citizens, of Carlisle
and vicinity for their increased ciistotn, we a-
gain request their company to view our large
and Splendid assortment,of .Ready.cillark Cloth;
ing for FALL AND WINTER . - WEAR.
'OO stock' consipts• of all .kinds of. COATS,
'PANTS, VESTS, and ,Oontlemen's Wp,aring
Apparel in generale suitable for the - seasolvout
end madein the most-Workniattlike• manner and
of iho latest Fall' and Winter Fashions. All
who wish tO'favor us;With a call can says from
twenty.five to fißy per cent. by buying ovenr
atcfre, and all goods told warranted to give en.
tiro satisfaction: LooPt 23
TONS Hammered l and !tolled IRON
received at the Cheap Store of the:,
ub critter in' Maineyect:. H SAXTON.
tigl4 • '
THESE, celebrated and justly acknowledged
superior goods, in tin, latent colorings
and most-Improved styles, will be furnished by--
the subscribers in any quantity, at the very
lowest prices. Purchasers will please notice
that the genuine Bay State fabrics bear tickets
corresponding with the above cut, and they "
be,4lisiinguished from nil other Wool._
en hawls by their superior finish, fineness of
_texture -and brilliancy of colors. Orders so
belted from all sections of the country, and the
same will be promptly attended to. Purcha
sers will also find' in-our Sliavil department n
large essortmenj of all the other most approved
_makes,f2and_neivem designs of American,
French and Scotch Woolen ShawlT, embracing
a great variety of plain ana medium styles for
Also, Superior Long and Square Shawls in ,
latest styles and best manufacture, High lustre
black and colored silk Shawls, Lupins Black
and Mode Colored Thibet Shawls, with silk
and woolen fringes, Paris Printed Cashmere
aud Terkerri Shawls, Plain and Embroidered
CrapoShawls, New Style printed Palm Shawls
Neat Figured Paris Brochn Shawls, Lupins
Meek and Mode Colored Thibet Long Shnwls, „4 ,
Plain Bound Senl -Skin Shawls, Plain Mode
Colored French Terkerri Shawls, fringed
bound, Eight-quarter French Mode Col red
Thibet Cloth, measuring full twit yards vide
for Shawls, binding to match, White and id
ored Barcelona and Genoese Shawls; &c.
-I ,VIIOI,ESAT.E AND RETAII...ft
ROBERT POLOCK' & CO.
No. I 8 SOUTH SECOND Sr., PHILADELPHIA.
Fiat Goods. •
JOHN STONE & Stint . •
lin; ortern and . Dclalers
SILKS, RIBBONS & MILLINERY GOODS,
No 95 South 2d PhilarA7phio.
HAVE received by bite arrivals from France
a large and very desirable assortment of
FALL MILLIN EF Y GOODS, artiong
which will be found
Bonner Velvets of all colors in variety of pric..
Corded Velvets - "
Figurid, Watered and Colored Bonnet Goode,
'Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, a large assortment
French and Amerienn Flowers.
Laces, Bonnet Tabs, Crowns, Buckrtims t
&c., together with a splendid assortment of
Pam, FanoFeathery. •
The nbove'koodg were selected by one of the
firm in Franco, and will be sold' at the very
lowest market prices. . [septlB,'.so
PIANO EORTE VIAPIROOMS.
.No. 171 CHEsNUT sTREET, Pllll-11r.d.
THE OLD STAND, occupied for more than
,mac -third of a maul y by G. ItWig; Esq.
THE—undorsigneli. would most respectfully
announce to the public that be is. AGENT
for more than twenty of the moat
.A. , -=xsgi celebrated manufacturers of DOS
st s-raN, NEW YORE, PHILA
DELPHIA, and elsewhere; and
is constantly receiving from them PIANOS 13
the richest and most varied styles, orsuperief
tone, and of the most superb finish, of 6. 61 ; 61,
6, and 7, Octavei, which ore warranted canal
toothy manufactured either in this country of
Just seceived, also, a further supply of, Church
and Parlor Organs,'of beautiful patterns and
His WARIER() OM 1,5 constantly : supplied
with a choice selection of SERA PIIIN ES and
MELOD EQNS, from the oldest and most ea
tensive !manufactories in the United-States; a
mong whicn is a new style of REED ORGAN
• rather's" pat ti easeent improvements -with
gut ppeson trent, an elegantly Cl:Lived,
and highly ornamental.
....771!!fni/,Pj4fte/ra .SaLvaanr La
Ter and Organ Builder. will attend to all orders.
sept4,'so OSC, Alt C 13 ARTER.
J. D. PHELPS
1 - lON'T be wiceived. Coulitry Merchants
11.1, and Dealers who want 'good and cheap
PO4FUNIERY and FANCY SOAPS should
call upon JOHN T CLFIGG, Perfumer and
Chemist, 48 ..7140.4-et -St., below 2d,. Phitadel lad,
who has, constantly on hand PERFUMERY
and FANCY SOAPS of every description,
PoWders, Hair Oils, Ox Marrows; Colognes;
100,000 persons have read my advertisement
in the Public' Ledger, hundreds of whom have
called and been convinced of the advantage of
purchasing direot frotn the manafacturer.
Agency for Ferran's Circassian Hair Oil,
Curling Fluid, Sac.
Orders from any -part of the United States
ill be promptly, attended to. r
ang'l4 . so,ly JOHN 'P CLEGG.
OIL & .7. ,a7iL Rowe,
- ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
Light ! Light ! Light!!
Pine OH, .0 am Olin') lc -Medal Fluid,
A rkF acknowledged superiority 'and Purity,
IIUIF manufactured 'and for sale nt the lowest
Wholesale prices, by DAVIS & HATCH,
dt the old established - Stand of the late ./let ja
mitt T. Davis, CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY,
where orders by mailer otherwise are solicited,
and prompt attention given. The voice of the
public for fifteen years, zini the award of
Silver 'Medal, and com'plimentnry notice by
the Franklin Institute over all competitors, is
sufficient evidence of the excellence of opr Oil.
Alcohol, Pitch, Turpentine, Rosin ; -and Spir
44 of Turpentine, for sale Wholesale and Re-
tail, at the lowest prices. [oci3o
iug FA CT UR ERS• and wholesale deal.
as in 13 R 0 MS, ILAS KETS and
WOOD WARE, have removed to the largo
wore lately occupied by Messrs. Sellers E.s' Da
* where they have opened an extensive stock
of 'Eastern and City made BROOMS 'and
V'OOD.WARE, whick.._they.'are now selling
ut the lowest manufacturers prices. •
Pefull'assoroment of ligiettel,"7l47Wi7Mt
Cordage, &c.. conetuntly on hand ,No I
NortlrThird :direct, 3 doors below Race, Ph '
j [y17,'.50 P.,
SHAD, CODFISH, • • .
SALMON. ' constantly on hand
HERRINGS, and for sale by
PORK, ' \ J. PALMER & Co.,
HAMS NI) SIDES," Nfarkot Sreet Wharf,
.SHOULDERS, - PHILADELPHIA.
LARD & CHEESE,.
• POPULAR sinuarr.
BY THE FIRM of TROUTMAN' & 111171YJ
Dear Gentlemen, take our advice,
To every one we'make our call,
If you would have a coat that's nipp.
~Look at Troutman & Mayre.Clutrp Clo
Here are Dreariest of all kinds, -• •
Fine and coarse, and alao Cheap—,
:., Phase examine and you'll find,
• For year - Money quite a heap.
Hero are geode for every!senson, -
. Thick. and stout, neat and thin ;
' • All that you can wish in reason,
• II you doubt lt just drop in.
Hero aro Frock and BodrCaate,
Both.with low and 'standing collars';
'Elotnettlint button sound the throat, .
To be had for a few dollars.
Here le every style of 'Vest,
And, all sorts of Pantaloons, •
You can 'choose what.suits yeti beat, •
Eve, or morn, or afternoon...
Here are sake and Roundabouts, • .
Overalls and JacketeHreen,
...Please to loOk and you will find,
' Hero the 'cheapest ever soon.l '
'Here-ar c light coats for the Spring, •
Taney-goods 'for Summer wettr,..l•:,
You will find them just the thing. . •
Nothing'hotter'aitywhere. . 1 .
• . . .
Shirts and Ebeememay be found, '
, Pocket Handkerchiefs and Glow:Ell •
Scarfs to tie your nockarounk. , • .
When you seek your lady loves.
Here are, Cape; Sutwnderti, Stookei •
Collura. very nice indeed. g a. •
• Clean end nice, in paper 1)4. ,
hot the thing that -you will need.. ,
I( we talkod.a day tibout.the .
' We couldseareely teli.you'ull, • r
Gentlemen_ can't do without them• ,
Then. deartrianda, give us a (jun., •
And of those Complaints which aro •caused by an fro
paired, weakened or, unhealthy condition of the
This benutlfill and convenient application of the mye.
terious powers of GALVANISM• and MAGNETISM, has
been pronounced by distinguished physicians, both in
Europe , and the United States, to be the meet *lead*
Dr. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT
MAGNE TIC .FLUID
PI used with the meet perfect and certain euccese in ell
Strengthening, the weakened body,- -giving-tone to the
various mane, and Invigorating the entire system. Also
In FITS, CRAMP, PARALYSIS and PALSY, DYSPEP
HIA or INDIGESTION, 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 complain& aria*
from one simple cause—namely, .
A Derangement of the Nervous System.
gyp- In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Drugs and Medi
cines increase the di.eare, for they weaken the vital ener
gies of the nlready prostrated system ; while under the
strengthening, life.giving, vitalizing influence of Galvan
ism, as applied by this beautiful and wonderful diecoVery;
the exhausted patient and weakened sufferer is restored
-to-termer-health, strength, .olastioity and vigor.
The great peculiarity and excellence of
Dr. Ohristie's Galvanic curatives, •
consists, in the fact that they arrest and cure disease by
' elitwiird'appticatien, in place of 'the usual mode of drug.
ging and physicking the patient, till exhausted Nature
minks hopelessly under the infliction.
They strengthen the whole *yetis+, equalize the circulation
of the Mood, promote the seeretione, and never do Me slight.
get injury under any eirenmetanees. Slime their intro.
duction in the United States-may three yearn since, more
60,000 Persons , •
Including all ages, classes - and conditions, among which
were a large number of ladies, who are peculiarly subject
to Nervous Complaints, have been
.11.151138 ELY AND_P.InaII.ANENTIA EltritiPe_
when all hope of ,leilef had been given up, and every
thing else been tried in vain !
• To illustrate the use of the GALVANIC BELT,
suppose the case of a person afllicted , with dhat bane al
civilization, I) YSI . ErSIK, or any • other 'Chronic or
Nervous Disorder. In ordinary cases, stimulants are
taken, which, by their actlith on the nerves and muscles
of the Stomach, itlforil tetnpallatT relief, but which leave
the patient in a lower stale, and withinjured 'faculties;
after the action tints excited has ceased. Now compare
this with the ellbet resulting from the application of the
GALVANIC BELT: Take a -- Dysp eptic - sullorer, - even
the worse symptoms of an attack, and simply tie the
Bolt around the bddy, using the blagnotic Fluid es
direCied. la a short peyiod ; the insensible_ perspiration
will act en the positive elemhnt of the Belt, thereby
creasing a Galvanic circulation which will pus* on to the
negative, and thence back again to the positive, thus
keeping up a continuous Oalvanic circulation throughout
the system. Thus the most severe cases of DYSPEPSIA
are PERMANENTLY CURED. A FEW DAYS IS
OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO ERADICATE THE
DISEASE. OF YEARS.
._'CERTIFICATES AND .TESTIIIIONIALS
i OP the molt Undoubted Character,
Frota" dll parts of the Country could' be given, sufltcien
to fill ovary column in this paper! „-
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which conClusiviily provea that , •
" Truth-is stranger than Fiction," .
DIIEUMATISAI, BRONCHITIS AND DYSPEPSIA
Rev. Dr. Landis, a Clergyman
of New Jamey, of distinguished attainments and milted
Jersey, July 12, 1846.
me what has been the result in my own caie, oTtli6
cation of THE GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE
My reply is as follews : -
For about twenty ye 1 had been suffering from Dye.
pepsin. Every year the symptoms .became worse, nor
could I obtain permanent relief from any course of medi
cal treatlneht whatever. About fourteen years since, it
consequence of frequent exposure to the weather, in the
discharge of mypastoral duties, I became subject to a
severe Chronic Rheumatism, which for year after year
caused me indescribable anguish. Further: in the wlntet
of - '46 and - '45, -- intensequence of preaching - a groat dea., -
in my own and various other churches in this region, I
was attacked by the Bronchitis, which SOON became so
severe-as:to-require-an immediate onsponsioo of
(rated, and as my Bronchitis became worse, eo also did my
Dyspepsia and Rheumatic affection—thus evincing that
these disorders were connected with each other through
the medium of the Nervous System. In the. whole phar
macopmia.there seemed to be no remedial agent which
could reach and recupera.z. , my Nektions System ; every
thing that I had tried for this purpose tied completely
failed. At last I woo lad by my friends to examine your -
inventions, and (though with no very sanguine hopes of
their efficlency,) r determined to try the effect of the
application, of the GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE,
with the MAGNETIC FLUID. This was in June, 1846.
•To ate assert ASTONISHMENT, IN TWO nave MY DIMPEPSI•
HAD GONE; MOUT DAVI IVAs ENABLED - TO - REMAIN
MY PASTORAL LABORS j NOR HAVE I SINCE OMITTED • BMOCS
unwise ON eCCOUNT or THE BRONCHITIS ; ANDMIT RAM-
Marie •FFECTION 11,9 ENTIRELY CEASED TO TROUBLE ME.
Snob is the wonderful and happy results of the experiment.
have recommended the BELT and FLUID to many
who have been likewise suffering from Neuralgic Misc.
lions. They have' tried them, wrrir 'HAPPY BECAT4. I
LAMM. lIV EVERY EASE.
.:1 am, dear sir, very respeolftilly yours,
ROBERT W. LANDIS.
GALVANIC NECKLACE .
le used for all complaints affecting the Throat or Head,
such as Bronchitis, Inflammation of the Throat, Nervous
end Sick Headache, Dizziness of the Head, Neuralgia in
thoFoce, Buzzing or Roaring In the, Ears, Deafness, which
is generally Norrous,paid that distrssed complaint, called
Palsy and Paralysis.
All physicians acknowledge that thane; ternblo d ii euea
are enured .by a deficiency of Nervous EnerSy In the
effected looks. O. Contrives Galvanic Articles wilt
supply this deficient power, and a complete and entire
cute is thus effected.'
1000 Oases of Palsy
nave been t eported to Da. Durum,: and his Agents Witida
the last two yen, s, which have been-entirely restored. •
prl- CAP. ANnacw S. F. TOME. of Brooklyn, N. Y., bad,
ant Jima able to walk n atep - far near four yeast, and leas
so helpless that Ito bad to bc.fed The most celebrated
physicians gev o blot up. In five days after he commence(
wearing the CALVAMIC BET, NECKLACE, AND DEACELETV
hey:all:ea across the room, and In three weeks he had per.
feetly recovered his health. Captain :Barnes Is eeveaW
years of age.
Severe. Deathess Cued,
The following is an extract from a letter lately received
from a distinguished physician In the State of Virginia:
"A. H. CHRISTIE, M. D.—Dear Sir : One of my patients,
unknown to me, obtained your Gaieenie Reit and Neck.
lace, with the Magnetic Fluid,' for serious affection of
Deaftiess. 'rho core woe that of a lady whose Norvouc
system' woe much disordered, and her general health
poor. Much won done previously to the applioationof the
Belt, but with very little success, and I feel it only right
to toll you, 'that since she commenced wearing the Belt
and using the Fluid, but n few weeks ago, she has
ENTIRELY RECOVERED HELL .HEARING, and hen
gentml health Is bettor than for several years."
CO- Every case of Deafness, if it be Nervous, as It
generally is, can bo cured by this wonderful remedy.
4se found of vast service in cases of Convulsions or Fite,
Spasmodic Complaints, and genorar Norvous Affections of.
the HMO And. upper extremities, Menlo Paley and Panay.
AM, and all diseases caused by a deficiency of power
or Nervous Energy iii lite lime Or other Organs; of the
(gy- Many !tundra CortilMates from all parts of the
country of the most ettraordinary chart ctor can be given,
ffdp-. No trouble or inconvenience attend. the use or
DR. CHRISTIE'S 6 1 .11.VANIE mtncims, ai4
they may be worn by dm most feeble and delicate Wilk
pollard ease , and safety. Ali many CRAW the sensate*
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The Galvanic Belt, Three Dollars,
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The Galvanic Bracelets, _One Dollar Mach.
,The Magnetic Fluid, One. Dollar: •
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directions. ~Pamphlets ssitit patticulars user be 100 l
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ANOTHER. , ItEVOitTIoN,
AMUI L 4 , 11U,1313 A RD, having s- purcha '
► ed'orlVlrlfenry A. Sturgeon, his stock dl
Drugs, Medicines would respectfully
Itoit a share of the public patronage, et the old
stand, corner of Pitt and' High Streets; opposite
the Rani - load depot., -..•
• Ho will keep'consfantly, ot!' hind. an tiasort•
nit or afresh Drugs. 'Medicines, Paints', • OK ,
Dio Stuffs, Perfinnery,saiid .variety ',of Sandy,
which he is detoriniiied'io sell low,:
f.to wilkniireArie personal attention to the bud
nese, pad particularly to putting up pr escriptions,
- Itberal•tiedulotioninadi fel...Physicians corl.
try Morehantpotal I'olqm • .
Ob, Ig, 1860*
Valuable School Books,
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MITCHELL'S PRIMARY GKOGRAPHY *
An easy introduction_ to the'study of Geogra
phy, designed for children, and Completely il-,
ustrated by '2O engravings and. I¢ colored
maps. . • • • .
'MITCHELL'S INTERMEDIATE 6 EOGIVAPIIT-.
The text; the exercises the-illustrations, migrate -
forty.heautifol maps are printed together in one
gnarl° volume. . •
AhT s camoi SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY &ATL.49,
nytitem of modern Geography, comprising, n". ,
demi iption of the present state of the world and
its five great divisions. Embellished with nu
merous esuravingo and illustrated by an excel
lent 'Atlas containing 28 handstinac and accurate •
colored maps. This series of Geography by S.
-Augustus Mitchell has been" wholly or partly
introducetfinfolhe public 'and - private' at:11601a". "
of all the principal cities and towns or the Uni
ted States ,• and otter a full and fair trial. of Its
merits in these schools, it has received Sit utmost
- MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOCHIAMT - Ii ATLAS- -
All ancient, classical and sacred Geography,.
embellished with-, engravings of remarkable
events, views of ancient'cities etc., and accom
paned by ancient Atlas containing 12 beautiful
colored-maps. • -
MITCHELL'S ATLAS OF OUTLINE MAPS
- Mitchell's Biblical and Sabbath School Geng
raphy,'wiili Maps and edabellithinents. - Mitch -
ell's Key to the study of Maps. and Carroll's
Key to Mitchell's Geography, are excellent and •
popular hooks, and are becoming very exten
sively used its the berg schools of outtcountry.
GREENE'S FIRST LESSON IN GRAMMAR, base
upon the construction and analysis of sentenci.
designed as RA introduction to the
--- GREENE'S ANALYSIB-•- treaf se on the- sireso
tore of the English language, with illustrntiont
and exero hies adapted to the use of schools, by
Samuel S. Grego, -A. M., Pritipipthe
Phelps Grammar School, Boston:
These books hive 'greatly in the short lime •
hey . have, been publisited,obtamod, a very
CIkSIVC, circulation, hiving been introduced int
him publiciichools of Boston, Baltimore, Pitt •
burg, Gincitinatti, St. Loins, Vicksburg. ant
other cities and , towna,..and recommended ,by
those who' have tried them is their schools, no
without ,question the heat English •Graminars
brexistence. - • '
L. WAN'S SCHOOL READER'S.
FISE PRIBIAItV SCROOL ItEADTM—Purt ISt i 6
intended for beginners. It contains a lesson
upo I each of the elementary sounds of the lan
guage The Primary School Reader,. Jairt..qd,
contains exercises in ~articulation, -arranged in
connection with easy reading lessons. The
Primary R eader, part 3d, is designed for the
first class in Primary Schools, and the lowest
clues in Grammar Selionla.
Hs f nAsiseAn SCIISSOL ,READER, iB designed
"or the mindle class in , Gratumar Schools, and
contains - eXercises, in articulation arranged in
connection with reading lessons ' •
THE DISTRICT . Souoot. READER, ht designed
for-the highest 'classes in public and private
schools. It _contains • exercises in. articulation,
pauses, and inflections of the voice with such
rides and suggesstinns as are deemed useful.
-Tae -/NRTEUCtIV6 READF-6.-; or-a 'Course of
Reading on Natural History; Science and Lite
rature designed for schools.
-THE SPELLING ROOK. ,
Consisting of words in columns mid sciltences
for oral and Nvritten exercises: It is a complefo
and systematic' series .sif exerei.es in English
This highly popular series of rimling books,
and this spelling book were compiled by Mr.
W in. D. Swan, of Boston,and judging from tho
rapid introduction into sc hools which they have
obtained - in _the•EastermantL.Alidille_States and
in ninny of the Western and Southern States,
we think they arc. really better adapted to the
wants -of teachers and scholars than any other
yet .published. Th, publiAiuff have a vtli - Ty
number Of - recommendations froin public school
committees, teachers and others friendly to edu
FROST'S HISTORY OF THE U. STATES
One vol , 12 tut) for high schools aCalle
mire. The stone work coed -nsed atid•simplified
JARVIS'S PRACTICAI, PHISIOLOGY, 1111. the use
of schools and families, 1 vol. 12 ITlO:tvith
engravings; - -
PRIMARY PUISIOLOGY, by the same author, I
vol. 18 mo. •
FIRST lloo;c IN "ARITHMETIC, by F.A. Adores,
intended fcr primary and common schools.
ARITHMETIC IN TWO PARTS.
By the _same__autlitot.--4,?ort first —advanced.
lessons in mental aritlivietirt seecmcf-4
rules aUcleTs.aintiles for practice - i written arith.
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Aej u.Rimples felt• prac.ice in wriltcn
aritcmaic, for the use of teachers, by the some
These •nrithmeticsr -- have seetwect very 'high
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academics, and from professys is several of our
colleges, and from others interested in the cause
of education in various sections of the Union.
T: C. & Co. ' also. publish m .
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of the Kidneys, &c. &c., is prepared from the
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"C. J. B. Williams, hl. A, F.R. S., Profes
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