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role it& __zioiyaqiirs.
.9c /6.4l . h'itigks, , -giailf. etupler:i;
NORTH HaNi)VER si i -.- c4R.L.tax, PA
wMIRE.the iiitizeni of this place arid all'
thhsa who may visit lito - stnne during tile'
Holythfys,:will finchho !attest assortm . itnt of
(of every variety)...ey.Or otrercd, manufactured
of ; the bat Materials,. expressly for the apt ,
prom:Mug . festivities, which will ho
sato or retail,- at reasonable rtttes iz at •the old,
stand bl* tbe. subscriber in - North Hanover st;,.
a lest , door.stitorth of. the Bank..; Where,may
also befoapll.a complete, assortment of
FRUITS AND NUTS;
consisting in part of Oroigss, - Lenions,,Grajkes,
Figs - ,ltaisins - r7PrulieV , tirftin4 - bakes, Cut
rants, Pates, Almonds, Filberts, Cream; Coco
and Ground. Nuts. J - le)could also, call atten
tion to the largest of , . •
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS,
ever ofli•red 'Caijiki consisting of •'
CDINATAND GLASS TOYS,
Card Trilyis, „Vases, •Mugs, Tea Sots, doll
heads, Motto Cologne Bottles:
biers, ossorttd Figures. Ate. • •
• APIN,E"FIN TOYS,
such tts '
Carriages, Carts,. Cradles, tables,
chairs, nnifnals, buckets, t ups, ?attics, wash
stands, candle 'sticks, &c. •
t'. GUM TOYS,
pure India rubber and elastic doll
tles, dogs, teething rings, c9ricaturd faces, &c.
cups and saucereq. ninepins, towns, soldiers,
furniture, tools in bezces, gameii and puzzles,
drums, guns, trumpets, wagons, wheelbarrows
tubs, Noah's arlts,:hprsemen,. tringnetWfish,!
boats, fichllos, guitars, harmonicans, &c
Fine sewing, ca^d and knitting baskets, fancy
boxes of wood, paper and glass, hair oils,
soaps, colognesi,, hair, brushes, and hundreds of
other articles not Mininetated above, which all
ure invited to cull and exainine.
'rho-subscriber' returns his sincere thanks to
a generous publietiorthe patronage bestowed on
on former- occasions, and hopes by a de
sire :to "please. to- merit a continuance or the
same.' . Peen) P. MONYER.
ANOTHER ARRIVAL OF
./ I r. 070 0 .D S!
?'JiIIE suhseriber has just received from the
city another addition to his Stock of Goods
embrainng a lar&e• and varied assortment, in
lotnid Cloifie. Cassimeres, Satti
- nets. Changeable Tare ?Satins, Mons,-;
ao Litines, Cashmeres, Shawls, Gloves, Cie
. ten and Woolen Flannels, Mullins: Alarge
STOCK OF MUFFS,
just which will Vie sold very low,
0 LTS; DE - LADIES,
Very destrAble styles have just been opeded
- I,y•rbe subscriber, to' which the attention of the
ladies is invited. ,
SILKS AND SATINS,' _
Just received a hat dsome assortment of bl'k
n t ul ch,ing,eable_ SILKS,and —Turk -SATINS,
fur tindies dressds which will be sold cheap.
BOOTS — A - ND — SRO - ES, •
in great varicty,style and size.
of all kinds, such as good Coffee, at 12 1.3,.5u
gar, Molasses, Spires. Also,
-- Teitkin's F 3 Cd.'s Celebrated
--GRE'EN ,AND .BLACK TEAS,
The. attention •f the Public is respectfully
solicited, inasmuch es D.p feels confident of his
a Mini tt-give luetlim to all who may favor
him with their uironage.
janS • N. W, WOODS, Ag't
UNRIVALLED DISPLAY OF
31M16 TER soopps,
tLNOTHER supply of Winter Goode ,vi
be received from New York and Phila
delplua this week, to which the attention of the
ladies ds partieulatly requested. Among the
lot will be found a full assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
snob as Turc Satins, Silks, Cashmeres ' 'Merl.
uses, Irish 'Wines, Mous. de Laines,Figed.
and•Pluin LustreS, Eigured Camelesms, &c.
Long 'and Square Bay State Shawl's, Cashmere
Shawls,:Thibet Shawls, black ' and colored
with sil fringes, -black cloth Shawls.
BONNET & NEOIt RIBBONS,
A beautiful assortment of Bonnet, Cap. and
. Deli Ribbons; French Worked Collars, Cuffs,
GLOVES — AND HOSIERY
Also, some new
CLOTHS, CASSIMERS SATINETS,
Kentucky Jeans, Vestings, &c.
- BOOTS AND — SHOESi'
A n ,ther supply of-those prime Long Boots.—
Also' a lull 'assortment of the cheapest and
best Shoes-ever brodght to Carlisle.
Another lot of Ingrain, Cotton:,and Girthing
Carpets. • •
GROCERIES & SPICES,
Some. fresh Tea, Sugar, Coffee;,Spices, &c..
The goods will- be received and opened dun
ing the week,-and all persons - wanting to save
money in their purchases,- will do well' to call
at tine , Id stand East Main street, where the
lamest.,,best 'and- cheapest lot of, goods is sure
to he -found, •
ntiv"7 - CHAS. 0 GILBY.
VOTI. TEE' ECOLTDAYS
Splendid Fancy Good', Elegaiut
• piir Books, &c dm,
Gi W.-HAVE RSFICK--has just: received -
s• from the city andis now opening a splen
did display'of FANCY GOODS, suitable for
the approaching. Holyday . Season r •te which' ire
- desires to cell trio attention of his friends and
the public His assortment in this line cannot
he surpassed novelty and elegance, and
. Will. in quality and price of the articles,,can,
not fail to please purchasers.. It would be im
possible to enumerate his
~ H OLIDAY FANCY GOODS,- -
wl:inh comprise every variety Of fancy articles
of the most novel styles and exquisite finish,
such as -
Ladies' FaAy Baskets,'
_Fancy Work. Boxes, with-seiving instrunt'ts -
Terracotta Work (a recent novelty()
Paper Macho Goods,
Elegant alabaster and porcelain ink-stande
Fancy ivory, pearl and Sh - ell card cases,.
Port Monhates, ofevery. variety,
Gold pens and pencils; •
Fancy paper weights, .
,a large variety of ladies
fancy stotionery,, - --
Motto seals and' wafers, c,
Sillt . and bead purses, •
Ladies' riding -whips, elegantly. finished, .
.Ladies' line cutlery; • - •
Porrurno.baskets and bags,
Brushes of every kind for the toilet,
noussersperfumes of the various , kinds„
Musicalinstruments, of all`kinde and atial ,
prices, together with an innumerable variety o"
writhes elegantly finiehed:and suitable forleho.
lydayplesents, to which, he. invites special at
Also, an extensive and elegant collection of
HOLIDAY, GIFT BOOKS,
omprielng the ,
various English and American'ANNUALS, for 1851, richly embellished and
illustrated POETICA L WORK S, with
CHILDREN'S PICTORIAL B 0 0 IC 8,
for,children of all ages,, than, which nothink,
can, be more'apprepriate or pleasing as holiday
gifts. His assortment of "School Books and
School Stationery; is also .complete,' and corn
priSes every thing, used in', ; Colleges and , the
Schools. _He also desires to call the particular
attention of Families to ins elegant display or
LAIVIPS;ifG ELAND OLLS, Sec.'
frimi the extensive establishments of Cornelius,
Archer and others of Philadelphia; comprising.
every, style .61' ''Parlor, , ,Chamber: and Study
Vauts; for burning either lard; sperm •or cam.:
real uoili together , Whir Flower Vdsce; Fancy
Screens, .Sce, 'Hieassortment in„thislizie is un
equalled in tlict ben:nigh..
- FRUITS:. FACY CONFECTICrAIIy
NCTPRE N SSIVV.CD , FRUITS;rdtc •
id every valtietr,sinkavall prices, all of which
are pare and "fresh' fresh; mush' es. mambo ,- confidently
recommended tti'hiefrtends , srldthe little fOlke.,
Hie' toolohtribrades . ..trintrythiejr-ixt
• ValidfaloasPwithquany'ether artidles, u s ef u l,
to househeoperit,whioh.the,publie sircespeeially ,
invited to Oelhand seeduring they koltdays:~:;
HenteMber the'Old'Stand, nearly:oppeiltelthe"
Hank on N nth
deal . • 5t,r..,44:11E . R '
tOttO OT, I)ops -
:,‘DRIIGO.V . DititfOi.;:lißli
, i . --. 1 - Fresh Sprtng SuptilV! ,•,' - ' '
• lir 11.4.VE juet„..recolved,p fresh steak of lifed,
i icines; Paints; Glue- '
.. Qi.k &c;, Which
• haying been,.purchneed wi,th — great_cgro et the
:beet city housetClOnn .. confidoutbi tecOnitend
to 'Parka* l'hypicitind, 'Counto...gorohorty,
and Dealers, Mi
.beini fresh.' 'and pOre'.,;-: ,' .'
• • ' ',, - • DRAMS.' '; . ' ' P . ''''..
1 . Patent'lllddiqhitte:, ,Heibeind Extracts .
' Vino henit:ottle; Spicoo,ground told whole
• instruments; " . ' 'Es B engqs. ..
!Jure &sine' Oils' 1 Perfumery, te. '
- . .Ced Liver Oil—Warranted Genuiixe.
• : DYE-STUFFS. •
Madders t ,
Log and Cam )Votabi,
Oil' Vitriol , . ,
& Riot Pure'lead,:%Chrome
Green and Yellow; Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Sersby Window Glass, Linseed Oil,.Turpen.
tine, Copal and coach, Varnish; and Red Lead.
All of which will be sold at the very lowest
market price,, Also, a fresh and. spleddid 'as
• FANCY•grOODS, FRAJITS,
Confectionary, and innumerable other articles
balculatad for use and ornament, oil of which
are offered at the howest cash prices, at the
cheripPDrug Book and Fancy Store of the at.
on North lianover'street.
May 22, 1850
FIRNT ARRIVAL OF,
Roots and.: Shoes
TOR CHE' zAiL SEASON AT
PORTER'S'SI-10M - STORE,
_ .Main street, near the Rail Road Depot, I
3OMPRISING Men's, Bay's and Youth's
j Calf, Rip and coarse. Boots and Brogans,
winch are warranted to be of the'best quality,
Ladies palters, ROSltins and French Ties,
Wises and Phildrens boots and shoes in great
variety. 'Also, an elegant assortment . of GUM
SHOES and BOOTS;•With all the late im•
provements and warranted perfect. . Having
purphased these •gunt shoes from the agentoA
the manufacturer, 'I am authorized to ofvx•
NEVI PAIR in place of any that prove defective
Having a large stock of French Calf Skint,
Morocco, Kid, tte., and good workmen, every
attention is given to customer work as usual.
septlB ' WM. M. PORTER.
Fresh Arrival of Hardware
CHEAPER THAN TI-lECHEAPEST.
rffAVlN.G.jiist returned from Nei& York &
Philadelphia with the best ane - Cheapest
Stook of HA RDIVARE,C UTLER-Y BU I LD-
G MATERIALE„' PAINTS, &c., ever
brought to Carlisle, I would respectfully request
dealers and consumers - and all others to give
me a-call-and see-whether-they-cannot-get more
and better goods for the same money than at
-any-other-placo-br uwu. My - stock - of - Itor,ke,
Latches, Bolts, Hinges, Screws, Nails, Spikes,
Glass, Paints, &c., is complete and very cheap,
Carpenters''Tools, I have a splendid assort.
anent. Also, Cabinet Maker's T'ools• and Ma
telials, viz :—Vaneers, Mahogany, Mineral and
Glass Bureau Knobs and Varnie.,,,i
SADDLERS & COACH MAKERS,
can have eyorything in their line cheaper than
I haVe a first rate 'stock of Morocco and Lining
Skins,,Bindings, Pegs, thread -and Wax, and
a superb assortment of -Shoemakers Tools. I
have also a complete assortment of Ball's Luigi,
mode in Harrisburg, which can be had at no
other place in town, and at BulPs Prices. To
gether with an assortment of all kinds of Ham•
mcred and Rolled Iron and Steel. Of ,House•
-keeping Articles, I have Knives. Forkff, Spoons,
Waiters, Snuffers and Trays . Tubs, Buckets,
I have the largest, Handsomest and Cheapest
Assortment in town. And to all, who want
Good end Cheap HARD WARE, I would day
Come and see for yourselves,
oct3o' ! I P LYNE.
' Harrison's. Columbian Ink. •
E subscrtber has on hand a large supply
of the above inlc, which, by a special ar•
rangement with the proprietor, he is able to fur
nish to merchants and others, at the manulac•
turers wholesale prices.
au2l S A HUBBARD.
-ne w FARINA and HOMINY, and for sale b
Carli;le, Dec. 25;50. J. W. EBY'.
At the.Cheap_More,_Corner_d .ilatiater_anCtom,
thor streets, opposite ilumer's Grocery Stops
The undersigned most 'respectfully informs
his friends.and the ',public generally, that lie
has just returned from Philadelphia with swell
selected assortment of FALL GOODS, our.
chased at the lowest prices; and which he is
deleXmined to•sell at small profits.: among them
may--be' found CLOTHS, .CASSIMERES,
VESTINGS, Sattinets,. Velvet Cords, Ken:
•tuoky Jeans',. &c.
LADIES DRESS GOOD ' S, consisting? in
Part of Black Silks, • Cashineres, Mouselin de
Laines,,Alpacas,,Colmrgs, Gingharpe, Calicoes
Sack Flannels, Collars, LaCes, Fringes, dr.,e.
DOMESTICS; Tickings, Cheeks, Flannels
Drillings, 0 snliburg, Linsey's, Mplins, bleached
and unbleached Also,Groceries' in all their
variety, 'viz: Sugar, free; Teas, Molasses,'
Spices, Chocnlato; t!Ste Rags and Country
Produce taken in exchange for goods Please
give moA C FETTER
oct9 -.• , • . .
ORNAMENTAL PIARBLE WORKS
• OWENS & RICHARDS, •
Hem(ly front PlularlelpJiia. , ' •
ESPECTFU.LL I Y inform tho citizens of
ja Carlisle and 'its vicinity, that they have
now nt their Mrirble Yard in South Ilutiover•
street, a few doors south of the Court douse,
and nearly opposite A •& W Bentz's Store, an
elegant stock of pure •
aft TERICAN WHITE JIMIHILE,
and are prepared to execute in the most dnithe
Grass Stones at all prices,
Door and IVindow Sills , Steps, 80., •
together with every other articld iu their line,
and promise that in fineness of finish, chaste-,
nose •of design and quality of Marble, 'their
work shall not be surpassed by any other estab
They are also the authorized agents of hfr-
Robert Wood, of Philadelphia. and
nish from his muneractory all varieties of IRON,
RAILING for the enclosing of Grave lots and
all other purposes, at the shortest notice and at
Philadelphia . prices. They will also finish or
manufacture all kinds of Building Work, such
as Sills, Steps and Platforms, Ste., at the short
oat notice andon tho most reasonable terms.
Having had great experience, -and being ein
played in the best shops of Philadelphia, they
are therefore enabled to manufacture the most
fashionable work, and respectfully ask a share
of the patronage of Carlisle and the surrounding
country. -Maths'°, novt3 18501
mint WILL Vox). ST/PFEILI
fiOUSADiDS of bottles of tho _AMER!.
„IL CAN',COMPOUNp.. have been' sold dur
ing the pant year, and wee„never knOwn to
foil of curing,in few'daye, of a certain - deli—
Ciao dirM/180, Sominal.weeknese and ell diseases
of the: Urinary. organs: . •Pernons afflicted using
this pleasant end-popular. remedy; need . fear 'no'
exposurci,los it leaves no eddy on the breath,
• rdquirce nif reetrietliiett'
~diet• tor bunineee
contains no Mercury of noxious drugs injurious
to the systanWand in adased-to every age, so*,
Or condition. It. is also the beet remedy. known
far Fluor Albus,or Whites, (female complaints)
with which thensande suffer, without the know.
'taiga of a remedy. • This. celebrated remedy,
his, long' beet' need in' private preotice,of a phy
and vrith!',urieriing lidleally
caring, ninety•ltine of the litindred 'cases,in a
tty B. ; Around ',each, bottle are plain:and
dlreotlone. • . ,
'iCAUTIONASh ' ,
tar - the E JEAN
COMPOEND,:itrid prelim only - of the'Agenti
:Pelee OW per bottle." Yor sale' by 8. ELLIOTT
Cprhiele; 3.. Wyeth, Harrisburg;
r Cylumbief A7 , ,i4ElTer;LinneasterrE:?.lilorele,
dr,Co...Y.ork 18. WI:
S. W. HAVERSTICK
Now rail Goods.
( iil,r,-? , ..1. ~'ir,',."...,-f
2 :1 "-‘ r ;
_Ii•• ito._PRP,I •;„
- ran and la are ZAINT .
"ENAL.I3E'dt. 041.11,13 LE,.
manufacturers, Was. 8 1 ,9'atid it Eutaw
• Street, Raltnnore,:,•7ll4'.;:
(.••••-:•-••.-....1:414'E.' 0 - • • y
-n6 .FORTHS, , frtine,6 to 7;:tacta:r.esvirt
;IF ; t in lidsoifOod, Mahogany'and Walnut case/
.of ; various styles, with.andtwithout irontframes,
•coinbiniioll3lte imPrOentepts requisite to d
APG.: have received: from the „Maryland,
InStstute:thejrat preiniuni for.thetr,Tianos in
three successive yeara,tlo4B,lB49, 1850. T hey
have 'also been honored:with uumerouttsestimo.
nialefrom all: the most celebrated artists whet
hay° used their instruments. Pianos from their
establishment have been used at the. concerts
'Knoop, and-other eminent performers. ,They
durability far five -years;under good
care. and will replace with others all
Mar not give satisfaCtion , if application-be:made
within.six Months after delivery. I
Their Uanufactorti being- conducted On ,the
most e'ltensive scale enables them' to furnish
inshuments at the very lowest prices, whole
sale and: retail. Constantly on }rand, •A., P.
Hughes' Melodeons, ranging from 845 to $2OO,
for which they are solo agents for this city.
Perfumery, Fancy Soap & Paper Box
48 Markel street, below Second, Philadelphia.
iriLF.GG & CROAI PTON, Manufacturers
J of Perfumery. Fancy' Soaps And Fancy
Paper Boxes, respectfully cell the ettnntion of
the Druggists and Dealers in Carlisle 'and the
Cumberland Valley, to their extensive stock of
Goods; comprising Perfumery; Fancy Soaps
Powders female complexion, Toilet, &c; &c'
of every variety. 'Also; a full and complete as.
sortrnent of Fancy. Paper Boxes, of every -de.
seription, large or small,.round or square,' made
to order' t the 'shortest notice.
. . . „
IKYDon't forget the place, 48 ;Market etreet,
Philaderphin. All orders.will meet wittipilinipt
attention. - ' 42 janls
PIANE - FORTE WARERORMS,
No. 17.1;CHES,XU7' .STIZEE77,IIIILAD'A.,
THE OLD STAND, vccztpird tnor6 - than
one-third of a century Pith!, Earl.
lIE undersigned would most respectfully
a announce to the public that he is AO ENT
for more than twenty.of.the most
-c:', , ;-. 4 ...rfr - Zraiicelebrated Manufacturer's of BOS.
p j ITON, NEW :YORK, PIIILA
DELPIIIA, and elsewhere; and
is - constantly receiving from them PIANOS o
the richest and most varied styles, of superior
tone, and of the most superb finish, of 6. a, 61,
61,` and - 7 Octaves, which' are warranted equal
:to any manufactured either in this country — or
in. Europe. .
'just received, also, a furthersupply of Church
and Parlor Organs, of beautiful natterne. and
fine tones.- . f
His WAREROOM -is constantly supplied
with a. choice selection of SER ADS IN ES and
MELODEONS, from the oldest and most ex•
tensive manulactories in the United States; a
mong_whicn irr a now style, of HEED_ORGAN.
Carha'tt's patent improvements, with
and, highly ornamental.
Twang and Repo.riOr—Sig. Salvador Lo
piassa, a distinguished Pianol r orte Manufactu
"refond Organ Buildei, will attend to all orders.
liept4,'so OSCAR C B ARTER.
BAY STATE SHAWLS
IrrHESE celebrated andjustly acknowledged
,goods, in the latest colorings
and mostimpieved styles, will be furnished - by
the subscribers in any quantity, at the very
lowest prices. Purchasers will please notice
tharthe - gemiine — Bay - Strite fabricalieartiCkets
corresponding with the above cut, and they
will alba be distinguished from all other Wool
en Shawls by their superior finish, fineness of
lexture and brilliancy of colors. Orders so
licited from all sections of the country, and the
.santie...wilLbe _promptly...ill to nd.e_d_to eh az..
sers will also find in. our Shawl department a
large assortment of all the other most approved
makes, and newest designs of American,
French and Scotch Woolen Shawls, embracing
a great variety of plain,and medium styles for
Also, Superior'. Long and Square Shawls in
latest styles and best manufacture, High lustre
black and colored silk Shawls, Lupi s Black
and Mode Colored Thibet Shawls, with silk
and woolen fringes; Paris . ' Printed Cashinere
and Terkerri Shawls, - Plaini and • Embroidered
Crape Shawls New. Style printed Palm ShaWls
Neat Figured'Paris Brocha'Shnwls' Lupins
Black and Mode Colored Thibet Long Shawls,
Bound Seal Skin Shawls, Plain Mode
Colored French Terkerri Shawls, fringed and
bound, Eight•quarter French Mode Colored
Thibet Cloth, measuring yards ,wide
(or Shawle,binling to match, White and Col.
rod Barceloba'and Genes - se Shawl% &o.
VTWII 0 LES A. LE AND It ETA
.ROBERT POLOCK dr. CO
No. 18 SOUTH SECOND ST., PHILADELPHIA
IniON'T be deceived. Country . " Merchants
MY and Dealers who want'gmd tnid cheap
PERFUMERY - end FANCY SOAPS 'Should
call upon JOHN 'l' CLEGG, Pirfttmer and
Chemist', 48 'Market St., below 2(1, Philadelphia.
an constantly on .hand PERFUMERY
d • FANCY -SOAPS' - of every description,
; Powders, -flair;• Oils, Ox Marrows, Colognes,
Hair, Dyes, &ci, &c.` •
100,000 persons have read my advertisement
in the Public'Ledger,hundieds of whom have
called-and. been. convincedmf the advantage pf
purchasing direct from the manafricturer,
Agency for Ferran's Circassian Hair Oil,
Curling Fluid; &c.: •_ . • -
.1 Orders from any part of the United States
will be promptly attended to.
__._ : ___JOHN T _C_LEGG. _
ECONOMY IS _WEALTH.
-Light: . _Light 1
Pine 011, Camphint# & Medatlluld
co. acknowledged •superiority and mirky,
iLlr manufactured and for sale at the lowest
Wholesale prices, by DAVIS & HATCH,
at the old established stand of the late Betija—
min T. Davis, CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY,
where orders by mail or otherwise are solicited,
and prompt attention given. The Voice 01 the
public for fifteen years, ani the award of a
Silver Medal, and complimentary_ notice by
the Franklin . Triatitutti- over all competitors,.is
sufficient evidence of the excellence of our Oil.
.91cohol, Pitch, Trirpentine, Rosin, and Spir
Rs of Turpentine, fon.sald Wholesale and Re-:
tail, at the lowest prices. ' loct3o.
ax; IP J... 11; ROlve,
kirANUFACTURERS and wholeaalo.dcnl•
era in .13 R 0 O , M S, ThAS "P'l3 and
WOOD WARE, have removed to the large
store tritely occupied bydkicasre,'Sgltera El Da•
tit, where thoy.:have:opehetran:oxtenaive stock
of Eastern. and City . mado BROOMS; and
tO OD WARE, .Which they are now sailing
't:t the loweetuitinhfaCturera prices; ' •
A. full asaortntent of 31riatlee, Brzialiee; afdt
Cordage, Ebb.; :.cotratatitlY, on hand • .11/O . t
IsTorth-Thirdfdreet, 3 doors below - Racti,Th •
delp hia tt,. • j (yl7 'SQ P.
0,74.0 , of Ridge Road coaftrs49 IVlrdat,
`; • ''" i'.IIILADEPP •
IE77((TCOULD call 'the ettontilinof purchniere to
their: flegonf• boort:PM Pf — Kought
and vast iron Malin for . •
CEME'rE:MES; • •
"• • -• H'I3ALCONIESi, • -
Buildinge,,Public=aquaresi dr , c,i.fogorhotwirik
all Ainds,Of -Pion and Qpnorn.ontolf on 'work: .
Moro dr, Oallaglipee - r illoolp. - of ColtiralNA.l4
JOSIG/!l§,,santoining -seAirotron- o-
/411)0XAMit.0 ..,;0/ 1 11 3 .4.0%0
lyted . -Statell' liffe liniurancp
Auto , .Psrpetita/—CopihttLiODO • 6 ' l
Life Insurance; giseetri - tlielmosr abundant ,
and i ghtiiifYihi proof that the public, mind ie
:deeply • impressed with' If hisiArtuir•imp Or t nce of
thie 'Bade& The great objeCti, hilwever, %of
dnsuranceehould becsafeyi , otherwise tho whole'' .
.motivd to insure ;Mar:be disappointecL T
: - oo•
Much care cannot be practised in the selection
of an office with which tri effect the contract. , --2
The chide& should be regulated, not by present
and.conatarit largo indueements,Lae thisoeber-.
tainly . IncOinpatible with 'fund° beneits; The
premiums' on life are calculated fur the fhtuie,-
. if present and prospective benefits therefore fife.
'litigation, diSapi3Ointment and ruin. The object,
. aimed at byyy this institatiomie amilpei.••
-pettoty. The rates of premium juive•heen care.
tally prepared with reference to fluetuations.—
The.cash system of payments has also been
adopted. • Unpaid premium rotes constitute no
part of the assets of this company, and every
contingency' being - fortified with an ample cne•
. ital, security stamps tne•whole system. This
feature, paramount to all other considerations,
commends the company to public favor. Ex.
planatary pamphlets, blanks. application papers.
information, and every facility will be cheerfully
• furnished the public by Mr. E. BEATTY, who
' has been 'duly appointed agent of this company
far ,Cumberland county. Fir. H HINKLEY
has also been eppointodMedical Examiner.
Directors.—Siephei; R. Craw ford,' Ambrose
W Thompionißoujamin W Tingley, Jarob.l.
Florence, William M Godwin, Paul B - Goddard
Lawrence Johnson, George M'llonry, James
Deyereux, . _
President.—Stephen R. Crawford.
4'ice-President.—.A:mbrose W. Thompson. ,
. Secretary eg Treasurer.—Charles G Imlay.
Coblual 6.4 w7ttornery.—Thomas B alch. •
Examiners.—Paul;l3 Goddard, M.D.
William Pepper. M. D. [aug7 ly
THE Allen and East Pennsborough• Mutual
Fire Lnshrance Company of Cumberland county
ncorporaced by an act, of Assembly, is now fully
organized, and in operation under the manage.
mein of the.foliowing commissioners, viz:
Jacob , Shelly, Win R Gores, Alp:heel Cock.
Melclioir Brenneman, Christian Stayman,
Simon Oyster, Jacob H Coovor, Lewis flyer,
Henry Logan, Benjamin II Musser, Jacob
Kirk, Samuel Trowel], Joseph Wickersham..
The rates of insurance are'as low mid revere
bl° as any . Corriph:riy;ofihe kind in the. State—
. totecome members are invited
to make application to the agents of the comps.
ny, who are willing to wait upon, them at.any
time. r _
• JACOB SHELLY, President.
lENRY LOGAN . , .I . lite President.
Lime IhrEn, SeciTear.9..
MteuXEr. Cociumi, Treasurer.
Cantherkinileounit.—lßuielioli Martin, :New.
Cumborland..o 1.1 fferman, Kingstown, Bent) ,
Zearing, Shiremanstown, Robert Moore, and
Charles Bell, - Catliale;lsalc 'Kinsey, Meelbm
York county.—John Sherrick, Lisburn, John
Bowman, Dtllsburg, Peter Wolford, Franklin
John Smith, EsU'., Washington, W S Picking,
Dover, Daniel Raffebelberger, J Sir Craft. .
' Members sal the company having policies a . ;
bout to expire can.haie:them.reneued by mak
ing application' to any of the agents.
Cr" ZELLP CLOTEEING.
& L. S'PSII 4 JEB respectfully invite
the attention of their friends and• the
public generally, to their large lot of Goods than
have been purohased ate great sacrifice- in lee
city' of Baltimore. 'They will sell them at
smalladvance, as thereis 'no room for them in
our little store room. • So come ono and ellind
take them at almost any price, as we are deter.
mned-to sell chimney than can - be bought in
Philadelphia, New York_or Baltimore.
Hang out youfbanneral . • —• •
Hear the trumpet!
Here they come! 'hero they' re!
What's the-matter? what's the matter t
Only look at the crowd,
Come on ..top; Jim and Sam Hatter,
Let us see whitrt out. ' • '
Hey, ho here seines Bill,"
We'll ask himityltat's the muss;
See how ilia •
• -----T-here certainfr-trinst-be-trfussl- •
O, no boys, nefuss at all,
. Only_anothee-great arrival,
Of beautiful'Clething • for the - fall,'
At M. L. STEINER'S Clothing Huth
I have just bought a suit so fine—
Tell ine, how do you li_kcit_Joel
--- Driteryinrj*Tkiii — j7iii like mine!
Coma on, boys, let us go.
Now let me tellyou,
_ • What there you can'filld4
' Coats of-all colors
end--Pants-o.9dt kinds. • •
, Waistcoats so hjndaome, . ,
And they will not think it troublesome,
If you give diem a cell twice or thrice,'
They , will Wait on you with kindness, ,
And, they can suit you with a"nice Cap,
. Whiclifonate - cmality and cheapness,
You . can only find at • . .
STEINER'S, West Main Street, next oor to
Burkholder'a . . '
IrrA, first, rate assortment of Cloths,-Coesi
mares and. Vestings always on hand, which will
be made to order in -the most fashionable* slid
best style by a first -Fate worltman..
SUPERIOR ,FRESH GROCERIES I
and Sec before ,Purchasing elsewhere!
frtHE - s - übreritiei is just receiving and' oenp
hig. et his Cheap Family '.Groceiy•• and
Queenswzire Store in West Main street, Car
lisle,- a very large 'assortment ot'all the arti
cles in his line Cebusinois. • ~
• Rio Coffee' from 12 to -lit cents - per pound,
for good-to a strictly prime . article.. , Alsoi
Brow,n Sugars of the best quality;:from S.to9
cents per pound, Loveririg's Vest crushed and
pulverized Sugars friim 10 to 12 1.2 cents per
pound, N.. 0. Sugar House and Syrup' Molar
ses of all grades from 32 to 64 per gallon.-.
Also, a supoly_of : fresh ground SPICES of till
kinds r .warranted pure. SOAPS, Fancy,,Ciis
tile, Rosin and Country Soaps, Chocolate, Pul
verized Saiarnius,;ndtgo, Mould-and Dipped.
Candles, Common and Winter Strained Whale
Oils. 'Alite;- inaupply.,of freshllominy, cheese
from the best Dairies always on hand. Vane) ,
sewing, traveling, clothes and Market Basketei
together with a general assnrtment ot Chew
ing and smoking Tobaccos, Spanish and half.
and Brushes of 4 11 -kinds.'
CEDAR. W- A rt s.—Housekeetutra,,and
othein - expactine seen to embark in the same
bueifiess, please call-and examirie . my stock of
Wash tubs,.:Waidt Rubbers, Churns,-Cedar
Buckets, fancy, painted and varnished Buckets,
Brooms'&c.,•Ar.c. . • •
GLASS .AND QUEENSWARE.--I.The
subscriber bail just added to his already large
stock a number of:White Granite, told-Figurn
ed, Blue, Marble,•Flowing Blue and , Mulber--
ry Tea Sets,-of:48 pieces, Also. Plates-. and
Dishes, 'rumblers,: Prtserve Dishes, Syrup
Bottles, &c. Of - every descriptlon'ond price so
"that ho will be able to meet the 'wants. -and
means -of all in-the community who rhay.favor
him with a call.
mars .• . 1:0 FIAL4ER"Pr
VOR giving n'beitutiful gloss to Linons, 'Nun.
!huh, QuilarcAo.,, nod provonts,aust fr9m
sticking to Linons, &o. .It pontsins
injurious. Just rodolvetl:kly
'dqc l /' ; • 0-
. EociTs &Ago:vs;
Ju,srt , t;,,,,,eiv4 - te. largo assortment .01, Men
Wiemexpand:Cliihfron'a 'Boots and. Shoesi il•
is'Dophla", pnle4lllpalsins D 0.401111 Xiind.
Shoes. Nvltielul..arpsell.vary cheep. - -
ket l 23 . : ; %;. 1 N
'3llo4.ll7Dltifa,c. ,•, 0: •
•VO UR 'OR, piyv meit'
a: with ecerinlroodetiontfon reasquntle terms,
by calling - on ther4libseriber in South Tranoser
street, Carlisle;' • • :" r• "
• 'JAMFP', I ITCM4T!L,
January. 220'1851:.-4-3ni. • •.• •
Or! 9 A ILT r yanai:ving' an
at`th,a warn bon's!! of
•• . •
~,',Tapestry . Won:to ,
UB.l ll 4penP4 - 4'4l.lrlqTal astiort.ment of tilrigT
try:Woriftdd , in various aolaute.f a r Itirkr,nm
' i -- it
ii } ~";
7i - 11:kip:di,
English and . American liardaraiv.
~, ‘1 All . l e p \'‘ 1 .:, - !' ' ' l'
• ih., , L;grf4A,;_ - 4...!i m i .. , \‘‘, ik ,
~, I r/l7 :!;:lii : :
'', AOC . jilt:oA \' * \"- qi.. ' Ai' s + I I ::
'n l. '7E\ \ l / 4 , A .)-4 ' I.j: ,
..: -7 '24",::;& 1 .1 1 reg).1 , ---
..,,:.--- W,' ,, , ' 1 - 1 .4.,
' -- ''' ' C .3 : 3l '' ,: - -.. ka. -- - - 1 --. :lflg_ ' . -7 - :. - '.- - '
Cheaper than can
. 1.g01 t 1741- tl!ia . side of the
/VHS subscriber having jueVreturned from !
the Eastern' citi o s.with n full and hane..
some assortmentof aff kinds of HARDWARE
of the very host - makers and well selected, is
Imoo openitr,gat - tho - Clrrap — HaTelwnre Stand
North Hanover street, next door to Scoter Ho
tel; fortherly kept by Henry Glans, where he
would invite all that are in want of good and
cheap Ihrdware to give him a "pall and FCC and
satisfy yourself of, the truth. as we are determ
ined to soil nt a very small advance. Small
profits and quick sales -are the orddr of the day
To Builders, Carpenters
_and O th ers.
A full stock of i,vhite, mineral and japaned
Knobs, lake and latches, of every description
price and quality, hinges and screws, window .
sash, and shutter" springs. strait-neckcd and
barielled Bolts, a every kind; mill, cross cat
and circular Saws, , hand, panel, ripping and
back Saws; bright, black and bltie augurs, o
the. very best makers, 'Chisels; briiiDpoistint"
hand and chopping Axes; of different makers'
hatchets, planes and plane bits, steel and' iron •
squbres, files and rasps, nails, brads and spikes
of all sizes and warranted of the best quality. •
To Saddlers ant! Coach 411akers,
Our stock consists ore complete assortment of
articles in your line of business. saddlery toots,
brass, silver and 'Sapaned mounting,_cartiage
trimmings, brood pastotig and. seaming laces
and fringes, plain --- and' figured canvass, of
cloth, top lining cloth and serge lining-of vari
ous kinds; white, red, blue und• black patent
leather Dashers; silver and brass plate, Door
Hair; rosette, hubs, fellows,. spokes, bows, elip
tic springs, iron axles malleable castings, &c.
To Cabinet and Shoe iilakers,
A full stock of shoe kit rind findings, boot mo.,
roccos, French kid, straits, morocco and lining
and binding skins, lasts, tacks; peg!, hammers_
pinchers and French morocco, kit of every`de..
scription, saperior copal vanish; Japan and
black varnish, mahogany and maple ;Stunner's,'
moulding, beading, resets, glass, mineral and
mahogany knobs of every size and style. '
To Blacksmiths, Farmers and Others.
10 to..s of assorted bar iron, warranted to be' of
the best qu . ality. A splendid a ssortment
. of bar
,and rollediron, hammered , horse shoe, scollop,
plough, broad an narrow tire, rolled, horse shoe,
bar, band, round and square irorwenst, shear,'
spring, ghglfsh and A merioan blister steel, Eng.
bah Wagon boxes, Carriage boxes in setts , an
vils, vices, fi les, rasps, horse shoe nails. dte.
A:beautiful assortment of cheap fancy goods,
such as waiters, trays, plain and fancy kniyes
and forks, butcher knives and steeli; -hrittania
lamps, brass.candle sticks, Brittannin and silver'..
.table-and_tea spoons, plated huller knives, pre.
serving kettles, smoothing irons, iron and tin
ned tea and oval boi !ere, iron frying, and bread
pans, washboarda„tubs, chnrns,_bilekets,iron....
pots, wash kettles, and stew pans, &e.*.
To-Gunsmillts ' —Jdarksmen - anti - Offarr.
Rifle and Gun Ilarrels,.tone action, plug,
nipple and back action Gun Locks, gun mount
ing and gun breech cocks, 'sheet, brass
Getman silver ornaments, &c. • - •
A fresh lot of Wetherill'a pure and extra
While Lead, oil and . 'turpentine, VartiiShei, - .Ta;
Pan, white and red lead, yellow and Green
paint, ground Moil, whiting, yellow ochre, &c..
Tnißlasfrra and Afark.vmen: °
A good asSortment of double refined powilex
rock powder of extra quality, safety-fuse,"phot,
flints and bar lead, ropes of all kinds, for
threshing machines and well diggers, and a
thousand other articles too numerous to insert,
all we ask is to give us n call, and,we are con.:
fident you will find a good assortment of Hard.'
ware and cheaper than can be found in any
other Muse this aide of the east.' Give 116
call is all we ask, at the old and well known
Hardware Stand formerly kept by Lewis Her.
lap, in North Hanover. street, next door to
Scott's Hotel, formerly kept by Henry Gloss., .
nov6 JACOB SENHR.
CHEAPER TFI4 IT EVER.
subscriber having just returned froth
the East, offers to the public a more am
pie and complete assortment of goods in his
line, than ever previously Offered, and respect
call, when he will show them. goods at aston-
ishingly low prices.
To Builders, Carpenters and Others.
His stock comprises a full assortment of
Locks and Latches of every deserjption,Thp,
gb - Fidid - S7r - Fw - d - ,7WilideTATYPifngs an dSolis of
various kinds, Window Glass, Putty, Paints,
of all colors,. Oils, Turpentine, &c.,
Also., Mill, Cross-cut and Circular Saws, Hand
hand, Ripping and Back'Saws, Augurs, Chi;
- sole, Broad, Hand and Chopping Axes, Hatch
Squares, Files and Rasps, lituile,.Brads and
Spikes of all sizes.
• To &idlers and Coach Makers.
A complete assortment of Saddlery Tools,
Silver, Brass and Japaneif mounting, 'Carriage
trimmings, Broad pasting and seaming Lace,
plain and figured Canvass, Drab Cloths, Rad-.
nett, Sorge and Fluaram, Moss and Deer flair
pdtent an enamelled Leather, Lamps and 'Da
shers. Also, 'Hubbs, Fellows and ' , Spokes,
Eliptie springs, Iron Axles, Mailable Castings,
To Cabinet and Shea Makers
My stock embraces a complete assortment
of goods in your line. •11Ioroccos, lining' uud
binding Skins, Lasts, Thread, Pegs' by the
barrel or smaller quantity, Tools of every de• •
seription, &c. Curled Hair, Hair Cloth, Var.: -
nish, Mahogany, and .Maple, Vaneers, Mould
ings and Rosetta, SOta Springs, Gloss, Mahn,
any, Mineral and .Voneered Knobs of all sized.'
To Blacksmiths, Farmers, and others, trlio may be
- in want of good Iron. ,
He offers a full assortment. of Hammered,
Horse Shoe, Scollop, Plougll,-hroad• and nar
row ,Vise Iron. Also, , Rolled Horse Shoe,
Bar, Rand; Round, .Square, Tire, Hoop and.
Sheet Iron, Nail • Rods, Russia Sheet• Iron,
Cast, Shear, Spring and Blister. Steel,, English
and American Wagon and Crirriage Boxes;'
.Anvils, Vices, Files and Rasps, Horse Shoo
To Hatisekeepers and those about entering the dlfa-
I would invite attention to my beuutiful • se
sortmont of wniters and Trays, plain' and 00= !t
this style, knives and forks, Butcher 'Cubical,
Scissors and Shears, Brittnnnia,Ocrman Silver,
and-Silver Plaid, 'Pablo and Tea Spoons,
Brass and Emerald Preserving ICottlos, smooth
ing• Irons, Hollow-ware; Tubs; Buckets,
Oils, Paints and Dye Stuffs, Fire and. Water.,
ocoo HENRY SAXTON.
PLY7-FOR 9. 5 CENTS'!!
'nienna of the, 'pocket'
lapi Every one
la own Physic:inn ! Twen
(-fonoli edition, with up:.'
ravdaol a hundred eegra
inga, showing Drivato 'lle.
"sea in every• shapii and
rin, and malformationa
If' the generative 'latent'.
!rho tinge has now or
rit.g from georet'iliaeime
Ile VICTJAI OT QtraCICICRIP!
:0111.eined in this book ane
ma y " I ,lre, lanslf, without hindrance to bus
shwas, or the knowledge of the most intimat
friend, and with'one tenth the usual iSpepse.. 1 .•
addition to the general routine of private diseases.
it fully explains the enuse of manhood's pful3 da
din; obser'vations, on marriage-t-Tbelddee
Many other derangements which it yiould pot by.
proper to enumerate lo the public
037 Any. person sending Twcl•ry 7 Ftva ectsrs,
enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this
book; by mail, or five copies will be sent for Pee
dollar; Addreas, W. , V,QUNG, WO: 152
SPRUCE, stml, PHILADLEViIIA' , Pont-paid;
aarrurt. YOUNG can he consulted no. noy
ilto Disposes preieribed in his difrerent publiOaL..
ion's, at his 01E005,-152 SPRUCE' street', every
day between 9 and' o'clealc,l . STitlaya 9cepted.
May 1, WO. ' • ' .
Eoortai moonsl, mpoltsr
rinHosc• shmirini - vory gno`d BOOKS will
.PloosO Cull Rt 11 1 Y , Dtligi Dook and:FancY
ptpro, Main street, ,Parliele. I urn Raking
preporationa for the Trade Soles in .New York,
sail (lies took unusually...low
priSep„ it nulled . for yithin ,a :few . The
works now qn, ; liond - •
peel ostsroi . , ' •
t ;* •"4
'`,. : l ;; . ''., '.,. - ~.„41.4b. 4 ii1. e ',4. -.-
. . ..
_ . . . •
• !:11elebrated Pam4.4ffedicines,•
It:icon - 6erne every', once' Cholerit•can be clued
ti.' ICCuleri' Seinifiarllli Panacea. ' , Per
.f',... 'the' i'cirrioihil and'pernianent cure of all
i• Diseases erisipg (rem en impure '
- -•• , ~ s tate of_the Blood and habit , .' .
•• • The!All-wiecr Creator has-implanted in all
organized bodies an innate disposition to ear!
preservation. , Thu vital, powers possess' the
property of resisting the influence of external
causes, - but as the:BLOODis the common Pa-,
bulum .from whiclvall- parts living-matteror
deriVes its' renewing elements, and colistquent
ly, upon which fee life of oron_i_zekboings_tle
-peirfit-itii—pffbable that• in cases cilaccident,
sr Where artificial ntearis , flave been 'employed •
to deprive it of an. csaergifl property, the vital
effects . of the whole spite' will be directed to.
ward re'stMing to it that pr peaty., In all con
itilutional and hereditary affections, this fluid
his undergone some prtmary Alteration,' which
is the cause, of the steeled dtscase, or which oil
sentially contributed to ,its production. Rene--
ration to 'health can only be' obtained by a re
moval of the morthfic Caus'=tlirough the medi
ifrn of the circulation, and', pr. Reeler's Saran
twilit', is the most powerfut Modifier of agent,
I e ff ecting this fluid konwn.l See pamphlets.
' , • Blackwoodtowr, N. J., June 6,1848:
Dr. Reeler-Deor Sir: I nm entirely out of
Tour Panacea. I 'was called 'upon day before
1 yesterday ferlinff a dozen. Your medicine is
becoming very popular where Ilhave introduced
I it, and I think the 'more it is used the more pop
ular it will get. Respectfully yours,
Wit. Pieinim:M. D.
For details, certificates. &c., see circa=
lore, &c. Price $1 per bottle, largo 'size, 6 &A
DR. KEELER'S COUGH SYRUP
.Among all thOremedies before the , public
this stands prc•e h tinent in.inaipSent consump•
lion; Bronchitis, Catarrhs, Coughs„ Hoarseness,
Whooping Cough. Pleurisy, Asthma, Spitting
of Blood, and for all nffectionn of the polit - mat y
organ■ occasioned by cold. Ton much praise
cannot be bestoWed upon this remedy, and the
proprietor urges ceery one afitieled with any of
the aboy_e, complaints to secure it at once. It
is warranted to cure or no pay. Priee only 50
DR. HEELER'S CORDIAL AND CARMI-
4 Every family whether rich ur poor, whr; vrif
lies health and all its blessings, should have this
invaluable remedy at hand. It is infinitely the
best: remedy ltriown for Dierrlicea,, Dysentery,
Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infaritum, Cholic,
Flatulency,' griping pains, cramp, etc., end for
all diseases of the stomach and boweli caused
by Teething. :The numerous testimonials from
Phyalchins and others unsolicited has given it
a reputation 'as firm as adamant. MrPrice
FS cents per bottle.
DR. KEELER'S VERMIFUGE SYRUP
This remedy is pleasant to the taste, berm•
less to the patient and till powerful in removing
all kinds of wourts feont.the. body. It is.with
out doubt, the cheapest and best worm destroy
ing medicine hefrire tre . pulilic, and will it-ad
ministered.:according to directions, remove
them within five or six hours.after_tsken. The
dose is small, and each bottle contains twice as
much as similar remedies. Trieconly 25 cents
DELICEELER'S - DIVER - AND - SANATIVE
Although nut recommended as a "euro
yet they are-the mildest and- best remedy te!re
more Corstiptition, Jaundice, Dyspepsiti;Bil
iousness, Nervousness, Foul Stomach, Head
ache, Indigestion, etc. Mika other purgative
medicines thellcave thelcowelsalways relaxed
and 'conseqtiently ore. the 'proper medicine for
for females and persons leading a solitaiy life.
Price 2.5 cents.
DR. KEELER'S RHEUMATIC•LOTION
A justly celebrated 'external' applMatien for
Pains of the Chest; Neuralgia,Headache , SpOne
Bruises, Tic Dolereur, Swelings of the Joints,
Rlictimntism, Gout, sciatica and for all disor
ders wherein a sedative and rubefiscient reme
dy is applicable. "Price twenty-livtS ,cents per
AU of' the above, celebrated and extensively
used medicines, are prepared and sold Whele
arde_rtud_RetaiLat.:2ll4 MARKET ST-REET,.',
For sale by S. ELLIOTT, Carlisle ; A. G.
Miller, Dickinaon; Messrs. Altick; Shippens
berg, J. F. Spahr, Machaniasbnre, M. Bitner,
Stilaerhanitown. and In every tow n
Piiiiiirry 14, 1851
GREAT COUGH REMEDY.
T 7 ,1 6.
, • -
Fi1f ,,, 4 ,1.-, - 1 - • .:- A 2r,..- -.4a4
'MO .Co re of .
s i r COLDS,
3Vd l 3;
colT i puMpTaizza.
Inolferingto the coMmnotty-this-jdatlmele
brated remedy for (Messes of the throat and
lungs, it is not our wish to trifle with the ilive
or health of the afflicted, but frankly to lay be.
fore them the opinions of distiir oished their and
Some of the evidences of its success, from which
they can judge for' themselves. We -sincerely
pledge out selves to mese no wild assertions or
fafse.staiementa of its eilicacy r nor will we bold.
out any hOpe suffering 'humanity which facts will
not -marmot. . - . .
Many proofs are here given, add we solicit di
ingttity (rota' the public, into all we publish, feel
lug assured they will find them perfectly reliable
and the 'medicine worthy their • best confidence, -
and patronage. '
PROM BENJ, SILLIMAN. iti. D., L. L. D. fee
Professor of Chemistry, Minemology,efic , Yale
Goner, Member of .the Lit., Hist.,Med. Pli.lo.
and Soles. Societies of Ameril.a and Europe. '
deem ilia CHERRY PECTORAL all ad
mirahle- composition from somq of the hest Ili.
ieles in he Mstteria . Medics, add a 'very effect
ive remedy•fdethe class of diseases it is 'Mend
ed to cure. ' " • ..
New Haven ' Nov. 1,1849. , '
Prof.- CLIWEIJAN l),-of Bowdoin
'Writes—. 1 have. - witnessed Ithe effects of your
(;111.1.12RY PECTOIIAL'. in my . own"flimily and
that of my. friends, and it gives me satisfaction tor
state in its favor that . ,no medioine 'I have' ever
known has proved so inninchtly successful, of
Miring disemes orthe throat and lungs.l
REV. pa. oscoon.,
.Writes'—"Tliat he considers'EliEßßY PEG.
TO,ft AL' the best medicine for Pulmonary affee
tioni ever given - to the public," and states that
"Ida daughter, being obliged to keeplhe roditt
four months seTcre settled cough, aepom
panted by milking. (..f blood miglit Weals, and the
attepdatit symptoms of consumption, 'commenced
the use of life 'CHERRY PlCl'ollAl_l* and
had completely recovered," -
• - • HEAL/ THE PATIENT. • .
. Dr. Ayer—Dear Sirt rov two years I was
ilifileted Ivitit a very severe cough, netionwanied
to spitting ofillood noil•peoruse night oweats.—
Ily•the advice: of my attonding physician I was
Induced to etc your I'IIERItir,PECTORAL,
sod continued to do so till I considered.-myself
eurod; RIO ;manilla the efftot to yourpreparadon.
: . . .. • ..JA.NIE.S RAYIIAI4.;
• 'qv SpriqA Noy. qr. 1844.. •
• Au% oy the shove oarnell James
Randall, nqd paponuoac .1
.Alle lybcive • stater/Setts
ev e ry respect.
011E147'1 NORTON, Jtistice.'
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•I Tlllll REMEDY THAT CURES,
POTITLAIM, Me. Jun. 10, 164 r. '
,Amstel"ll have been' long, titillated with
AatinhaLwlo4, - greiv yearly viorse ustil.last nu
jumn, itbrought utt, n 90u,111 %Ouch. me
in my4clinitibcr, and began to'nastne the:Maim.;
or consumption. I bud Criell the
busk adviv„e nne the beat medicine to no purpose,'
until i liked Y9 - lir:CligaßT I'VfOroll4L :
4s cored 'me, ;old you may well.beliere me.—
evetefully youre. . '
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L__lk_tilepp 4 f!ny.vnly6- iii.74le - jiiiletti r etit 'l/I . :. lii..
Wisp wjto.slienV,P.-- . . •
Large Dottloa—Only Owl Dollar.
.rh. Proprietor of the Gent American Remedy Vermin'
Vsorreume LITAONTRITTIO MIIIITitt." induced by tie'
meat eitlicitathuni of his Agent., ttionaghout the Unit.
Maw and Cuitade, hae now
' Reduced the Price
et Me popolei end well known Wide; and time We dale
lentefortb, will pot .op but one line only.—We COM
••the. retail Dew be •
2111 DO - tLAR.
The public may tat sine:wed that the charanter of 141134
ieui, its strandih, and curative
seems.uso, and die 'ears will be bestowed in Pit
'aria: it as heretofore,.
As this medicine, underlie reduced price, will be purchase
sr thole Who have not hitherto made tbemselves acquaint.
with It. virtues, the proprietor would be: to intimate that id
article ie not to be Oases d with kite vast amount of "Itemedir
the day ;" it claims for itnelfle grader bating purser, i
aU diStOM, than any easy Osparaties. IMO beers to
deeirl : and has spatula.. .bolt for , eight years by , its euparit
medical virtue., and, mold this reduction, commanded doabl
be price of any other article an this line.
Nonce PAILTICI7LAILT,"thiI MAW, ill!' with lint bSa
an powe.nrid carte* ty, upon the-
Blood, - 'Liver, Manor, lamp,
la all other organs, apoa the proper action of which life ea
This medicine bat %justly high mata aa a netted, for
and all amass of that natter,. It may be gelled OPOM whe
Le intelligent physiman hae abandoned his patient, —and fi
Jesse &strewing diseases, mare especially Daemay, the IMPS
star would 'earnestly and honestly moommartel it. At a
anent price it is easily obtained by all, and the trial will pros
the article to be the
Cheapest Medicine in the World!
tir plea. eat for pamphlet,—the agents give them awe/
the, contain over sixteen pages of receipts, (hi addition to fa
',mike' matter) valuable for homehold pinitsesee, and who
will on,. many dollen pm year to piamical housekreperi
These rocelpte are introduced to 'Make the book of gess
♦aloe, midefrons it. character on an advertising medium, ft
Ae medicine, the testimony in fever of which, in the forte"
letters from ill parts of, the eopetry, may be imbed upon.
Vaught's"; Vegetable Lithontrietio . Mixture ••—tk
Great American Remedy. now for rale in quart bottles at g
each, small bottle et 50 eta each. No email bottln will h
Limed sifter the 'truant stook is disposal of.
Principal Office, Buffalo, N. Y. 207 Main Street,
G. C. VAUG,IO;
Sold - Wholeeile and Retail by PLCOTT_MoIf.RSBOix
CO., 127 Maiden Lane. New York City.
N. 11.—All letters (excepting from agents and dentate wst
,whom he tramaists business) must be poet paid, or no *atingle
sti be given so theca. -
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MITCHELL'S INTEEMEDIATE GI:OGttArrT-•
The text, the exercises the illustrations, and the
forty beautiful maps are printed together in sine
MITCHELL'S SCHOOLGEOGILACHY & ATLAS,
9 system of modern Geography, comprising a
&set 'piton of theyresent state of the world and
40 five great divisions: Embellished with nu
'inucyous en„ravings mad illustrated by an excel
lent-Atlas containing 28 handsome and accurate
colored maps. This series of Geography by S.
Augustus'Mitcltell has been wholly or partly
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MITCHELL'S ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY St ATLAS
An ancient, classical and • sacred Geography,
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tiIIF.Y.NE'S Filter Lesson is COAAIW II 2 based
upon the construction and analysis of sentences;
designed as a.l introduction to the , ..Analysis."-
GIIEENE'S ANALYSIS-- 1 treat se on the strum!
' end exercises adapted to the use of -schools, by
' Samuel S. Green, A. M., Principal of the
Phelps Grammar School, Boston.
These books have already in the short time
they have been iinblislied,obta.ned a very ..-.x
tensive eireplnticm, baying_been introduced into
the.-public schools of Boston, Baltimore, Pitts.
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other cities, and towns, and ,recomtnended by
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conmins exercises in articulation; arranged in
Connection with easy. reading lessons. The
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Scnoor. RrfinEn, in designed
ter the middle class in Grammar Schools, and
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Tnr. DisTitier SenooillitAima, is design
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pauses, and inflections of ,the 'voice with such
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