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During the loot yoor,,ll4,Ratents were gran
ted for agrioultural implements, twouty-sove!o'
of which were for harveaters•powor.s_ETK
iivers, •o. Tho following abstract of — this
interesting department of 'invention; as oshi
bited is tbo relent Itepdrt, is given in the
ta l oientiflo Ateericau:—
Three patents were granted for borse-power
potato-digging maohineC;.ibe models of two
of thoso we have neon, but have not yet had
the pleasure awing a large one in operatic.,
Fifteen patents wore granted for improvements
--- in plows, and four for cultivators. No less
• than 26 were granted for seed planters. This
number is very large, considering that such
machines aro of no recent origin ; it shows the
importance of this, class of machines, and tile.
dissatisfaction entertained with those already
in use. The ffeviceit patented, however, were
mostly confined to the mode of distributing-the
seed—the novelties patented are stated to be
small, but that of B. D.'S:lndere, of Ilollidays
Cove, Va., for operating the shove rod to work
the valves by friction rollers and rotary cam,
is a very good ono. Three patents were grant
ed for horse rakes, and eight for threshers and
separators; one of the latter consisted in hav
ing an inclined rotary Cylindrical straw carri
er supported on friction rollers:. This cylinder
is full of holes, and as the str'aw is carried up,
the grain falls down through the' openings
Ten patens were granted for hullert and smut
machines—ono of them being for washing,
scrubbing, and drying the grain. One patent
was granted for, a weigher combined with a 1
winnower. The-weighing apparatus is secur
ed in such a mannorlo the machine, that when
the meahure is filled up to the proper weight,
the balance tips the weighed grain, which is
• thrown upon inclined wayes, and immediately
starts off on . e railroad track to the grain de
pot. Four 'patents were granted for corn-shel
lers: in one the ears are allowed to accumu
late to act, in the mass, as nn elastic bed
against the spiral shelling projections. Three
patents wore granted for straw cutters, and
• nine for miscellaneous agricultural implements
ono of them being for „a metallio tube scythe
TRANSPLANTING FRUIT TREES
Ad experienced horticulturist, who was ask
ed whether autumn or spring was best for
transplanting trees, replied that it was imma
terial which season was chosen—it was only
important that.the trees should be planted.—
On land which is sufficiently dry, trees may
be set out from the time the leaves have fairly
began to fall till the ground becomes frozen.—
When, from any unavoidable cause, trench
plowing is not to be accomplished, the holes
for the trees should bo seven or eight feet in
diameter, and fivm one and a half to two felt
deep. The earth should be mixed with a lib
eral allowance of well-rotted manure, or still
better with a omspost made and worked over
some'weeks previously, consisting of two or
three parts of muck or pent, one of barn man
ure, and a fifth tart of leached ashes. This
is indeed an excllent manure for fruit trees, in
all cases, with ordinary soils. If the subsoil
is Sterile, It should be scattered out of the
We have knoin instances where, on a cold
and wettish soil, trees have been planted im
mediately en the Surface—the sward being
previously dug up and left to root—the roots
covered over first with a compost like that a
bove described, and afterwards with good
loam. They grew well.
, As a protection against wind for trees, new
ly set, many prefer raising earth round the
trunk to the height of a foot or eighteen in
ches, according to the height of the tree.—
This is a protection also against mice. When
the tree has got fairly to growing, the earth is
'removed to a proper level.
10,000 =CC= I
•ff HAVE just opened the largest assortmeni
of WALL PAPERS over opened in Car•
lisle, consisting of about 0,000 picket; of the
latest French and American &P rm. sanging
price from 5 eta to $1 75, also ‘Vindow Pa•
Pen and Fire Screens, Plain Green and Blue
Papers, &c, Persons wishing to purchase any
of the above can save at . least ; 25 per cent by
calling at JOHN P.LYNE'S
Hardware Store, West Side of North Hanover
Fish, Fish, 0 Fish !
A CHOICE lot of No. I MACKEREL, in
whole, half and quarter bbls,also a lot of
new No. 3 Mackerel for sale chemi' for cash at
the family grocery store of
Juno 22.1853. J. G. WILLIAMS,
Lined Buck Gloves. .
• TILE subscriber lias7on hand Men's BIJCI
GLOVES, lined wirh Sheep skin, suitable fo
driving gloves. janl9 G. W. lIITNEB
" WE STRIVE TO PLEASE,"
THE subscriber would respectfullyennounce
to the citizens of this place, `and all persons,
visiting the satne'during the Holidays, that be
has now on hand and will continue to be Pup—
plied with thb letesknoveltics up to thecloso of
the season, comprising in part
of the choicest varieties, such as Fine Candy
Toys, -Jolly Cakes, Bon Bons, -Gum Cordial,
Lemon, Chocolate and Fruit -Drops, Rose,
Vanilla and Burnt Almonds, French and ex
ploding Secrets. Also all the common varie•
tics, all of which will ho sold wholcsal,t and
retail at low rates, at
KRISS KINGLE'S OLD HALL,
in North Hanover street, a few doors north
of the Bank, where wo have ju,st received
FRUITS AND NUTS
of the latest importations such as Oranges,
Lemons, Raisins, Figs, Preens, Citron, Cur—
rants,. soft and paler shelled Almonds, Fit
,berfs., Cocoa, Cream and Ground Nuts. Also,
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
of ovary kind from all parte . of Europe, man.
ufactured df wood. glass, china, papier macho,
tin and India rubber, 'zinc, &c., such as Fine
Wax, kid and jointed Dolls, Sewing and' Card
Baskets, •• Work and Fancy Boxes,. Flcwer
Vases, Motto Cups, Tea Setts_; Music Boxes,
Pert. mounies;••Battle. Doors, Grace Hoops,
Masks, Drams,Ouns, Trumpets, Dominoes,
lotto and other games, &c. Fancy Soaps ono
Hair Oita of every variety. In asnection
with the above a large stock of At ,
such as pulverized; crushed and brown Su
gars. of every grade, Coilee,Molasses, Starch,
Green and Black Teas; Spices, Butter, soda,
Sugar, Water and other Crackers, cheese, &c.
The subscriber regime his. sitmere thanks
to agonerous public for the patronage hereto
fore bestowed on him, and hopes; by a desire
to please, to merit a continuance of the SWIM
docls . • S., MON,YER,
Plainfield Olmsted Academy
• • -Year Carlisle, Pa.
1 1 "
E . 1 5th Session ( fi ve months) Will coin=
mance Nev. 7th. The buildings are.new
and extensiyo One ereeted•, lost k all). The
situation is till..that can be desired for health
fulness and moral pitrity Itemoved 4 from the
eacitoments of Town or Village th.: Student.
may hero prepare for Collego, Mercantile pus.
sults, &c. All the branches are taught which
go to form a •liberal,cdueat on. A conscien
tious discharge of - duty has 'necked, under
Providence, tho prettent• flourishing condition
of the Institution.: Ito future prosperity shall
be maintained by the same means. . •••
Terms—Board and Tuition (per •
scsaion),. ®50:00 '
For Catalogues with frillinf motion address
IL • BUIINS,''
• Plainfield, Comb, Co:, Pa.. ..1". •• •
Woodward if• Schmidt.
PRODUCE DEALERS, COMMISSION &
FOR WARDING MERCHANTS
Awitt : doil to thld plaentrte atlhe.ralll.:of the Amtirlean Tnet I t nte', iNoitt7tatbilt, Oct. 18526
,4t Diplom: tit 'the irranlcitn - iiietitute, Plitlattelphla. Fleet' Pieitiltitri at the State
F a i r , vtv.i.a; Now rk, blia.,at 1iii,...C6 ).
1731 a andiltennttelcier Contxty,(Ne yelrer*at,ol
e.e.e. 0. - 711,11sleatia at thl3 . Wttitelieetei Ceality" Fair at . Viihtte Plaine: •'' .' . U '; i
HICKOK'S PATENT IN
In the present arrangement of this highly approved and
valuable Mill, the labor hi divided by arranging a cutting
Cylinder to break the apples, and then deliver them to the
lower Cylinders to be reduced to. pomace. By this nr.
rangoment the work is performed faster and with much
The Press' is arranged with' a much laiger screw than
formerly; and by a very ingenious device the use of the bag
is dispensed with and the Tub made to open at will to de•
liver the pomace, while at the mute time the Cider is loft
clear and the work can be done with much lets labor Mail
by the old method. The Cylinders aro covered with heavy
sheet Zinc, both on their peripheries end ends; the *clod
in them is arranged so as not to swell; and the whole work
on the Mill and Press made in the very best manner and
arranged with especial' view to their durability and service.
No Farmer who uses the Mill carefully and !mending
to directions will be disappointed, but en the other
band ho will find this ono of the most valuable and efficient
machines on his Earn.
The machine In made to ran by horse, steam, or hnnd
power, and when the apples are ground, a small boy of 14
years of ngo can press the pomace with all ease
In all former times It was supposed that a large qunntity
of Cider could only be mnde by using a ponderous machine,
that slowly crushed the apples without grinding them fine.
They were then mule into a massive cheese in straw, and n
most severe and long pressure wan required to extract a
portion of the Cider, a considernble quantity being absorbed
by the straw and the mess of pomace; and to °idea; this
unsatinfitctory - result the firmer had to take all his hands,
and perhaps his slx.borso team, and devote a whole day that
could have been more profitably employed, to ;nale from
six to eight barrels of Cider. To Obviate the difficulty the
Farmers have heretofore labored under, this Medlin° has
been invented, and the statement of a few facts will prove
that it is not only the beat Machine of the kind in existence,
but it Is Old most profltablethat a man can have on his
farm. Thu apples aro by this Machine grated up into a fine
pulp, no that it requires but a comparatively light pressure,
and that but a minute or two, to extract all the Cider, it
being ascertained by practical experiment that OneTourth
more juice can he obtained than by the old process. Ile.
sides this, it only requires two hands to grind up and mkt)
Into Cider alarger quantity of apples than call be possibly
done on the old-fashioned machines. On thth press, owing
to the compactness of 4 .14 pomace in the tub, and the com
plete manner in ridden' it is ground, a preesuro of from 3 to
tons—that ran easily ho obtainel-,will produce n more
favorable result than fifty tons pressure on the ordinary
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1859, In
RECOLLECT THIS IS THEi
FOUNDRY &MACH IN ESHOE
MITE subscriber continnesto manufacture to
..kL his Foundry; in East High ..street, having
on•hand a great variety of gooil patterns, and is
prepared to furnish PEON AND BRASS
CASTINGS, which will be executed to order
(if not on It and,) at the shortes• notice, such as
Cranks and Mill Gearing, -Spur and Bevil
Wheels, Gudgeons for Snw Mills, Szc., Plough
Castings.'Cutters, Point Shears, Wagon and
Coach Boxes, Spindles, Car Wheels, Car
Chairs, &c. Steam Engines built to order and
repaired. All kinds of machinery in Paper
Mills, Grist Mills and Factories repaired at,
short notice. Mill Spindles dressed and turned.
\ Igo, Horse - Powers.and Threshing Madhines,
such ns Bevel Gear Four Home power; Hor
izontal Gear Four horse Power ; Horizontal
Gear Two Horse Power, Ploughs Corn Slick
lers and Corn Crushers. Threshing machines
and Horse powers, repaired and Job Work lone
at the 'shortest notice. Patterns of different
kinds on handmni. made to order.
He also Ims on hand n large supply or Phila
delphia and Troy Cooking Stoves, and is eon
stan.ly making Cooking Stoves of varirus im
prnved pat'crns, (Or coal or wood. Ten Plate
Stoves, Grates, &c.
Repairing done to all kinds of Machinery.—
All kinds of o!d Iron, Brass and Copper taken
in exchange for work. _
FRANKLIN GA RAYNER
USEFUL, FRAGRANT and GOOD.
IDJ. KIEFFER has juet returned from Phil:
adelphia with an additional supply of fresh
DRUGS, which in connection with Ins former
stock will make his establishment complete in
In addition to the above he has also opened a
fresh supply of Confectionaries, Fruit, Nuts,
Peseta and Fancy Articles of every descrip
lien. The attention of the Ladies is,espqcially
invited to his. extensive assortment of' Fancy
Articles; Ladies Toilets', Fancy Soaps and
Perfumes of every variety.
Gentlemen are invited to examine his fine
assortment of Fancy Articles—Segars, China
and Porcelain Pipes, Tobacco of all kinds,
Shaving and Toilont Soaps of superior quality,
Canes, Riding and Carriage Whips, andmany
other articles which more especially inters, t
gentlemen. A number of superior Woollen
Motto on hand.
The proprietor will ho very happy tiihave
hie friends cal! and,examino his goods whether
they may wish to purchase or not.
July G 1853 B .1 KIEFFER.
SPRING FASHIONS FOR 1853,
VirEORGE KELLER respectfully announ.
cos to his old Patrons and the public gen•
orally that ho has just received tho
Alt SPRING STYLE OF
MEN'S FIATS, manufactured at
ono of tho host establishments in
Philadelphia, to Mach ho
Ho has also constantly on hand a large and
varied assortment of his own manufactuvo as
woll as city made
IZATS AND ClirS.
suitable For. he season, compising every yard
eyt of Itussin, Beaver, Moles kin and Silk flats,
finished in the latent style, together with a full
assortment of Cape of every ehapo and des.
cription, and, at every price. He particularly
invites the public to call and exarifine his exten-
My() assortment, which in style, material and
'finish, cannot be surpassed by any in market,
and which he is able to put nt prices lower than
over. 0:7 - Remember.. his old stand on North
Hanover street, between Humor's and Sonar's
store. [Juno 11
DEEP. AND ILAN'S
111 ECEIVED this day, direct from Cincinnn•
ti., n lull supply of tho following, celebra
100 Sugar Cored Davie & Co's Beef Hants, •
100 " Gardner,Phipp & Co's Ibund,
100 " " Darnell° Westplin lin do.
This last brand gained the Prize 111edel at the
London World's fair. Also a Inrgo supply
Country-Hums, Bacon, Shoulders sod Solos o"
of which will bo sold very lowAreatth
J. G. WILLIAMS,
THE Store of the subscriber, oThrneing
TEAS, GROC RIES, -
Queonsware, and all tho Varieties usually kOT
by him, to removed. to, his -ow building, No'a
& 0,, MARION HALL, West Main, St,
March 30, 1813
;IFI undersigned aro now propared to freight
o; ir - morehandize from
" " " ft Philadelphia and
'ltttocl rates, with regularity and dospatch.
?rood, Ward & Proud,
%. 11. Barnitz '76 North Street, Baltimore. -
Itielmol Iforri . North Strom,' Baltinioro.. .
J. Sr. B. RHOADS.
HOUSE AND LOT roll, SALE,
rrIHE Einhearibor °Ars for solo tho FRAME
• 1 i nt:lust!: and' Lot, 24 fen t'front by. 240 toot
in depth, now oacuptoil•by. David Sanith,, , De(l4,
i n o t main street, ~ 'The dwejling'4ontaina.
eight coiled , roornaJaCluding :donble parlors'
Attached Is a etsteirn i atholte honae.nnd otabla
For further inforpation apply to - . 1
• ' A. STURGEON,
Sop el V.+
PROVED CIDER MILL,
Cider Press,'even if the ripples were ground as finely as en
tho Improved Mill; and If the apples were merely crushed,
as on the Nut 3inehine, It would require a pressure of one
hundred tons to produce the result acoomplished by this
Patent MIII. The following may be adduced as the decided
advantages of this Mill.
First—lt will melte more Ciddr than any other 'Press, with
a given quantity of apples, in a given time, and with much
less labor end expense.
Second—lt will make cleaner and sweeter Cider than any
Third—You enn mako the Cider as you want It, and when
you want It—and In quantities from ono gallon to 0 or 10
Fourth—With It you Gan press your Currants, Clierrlos,
Berries, Cheese, Inittor, Lard, and Tallow.
- it you can save one-fourth of your
time in making Apple-butter.
Sixth—With Ita uso you can at all tlmca have Presit
and Sweet Cider.
With all the advantages resulting from the possession and
use of such a Machine—at a price, so low that it to within
tho reach of all—can it bo that any iiitelligont Farmer
would do without it?
' Do you wish to barn in your house at all times Cider that
is sweet and fresh, the only time it Is really healthy and fit
for use—and do-you wish to save -a groat portion of the
hard labor attending the snaking of
Apple-butter I If so, buy this machine, and our word
for it, you will not ho disappointed.
This Mill is warranted superior to any other portable
Mill in oxistence, and the Proprietor is ready at any tinie,
(on fair notice being given,) to test It with any Portable
Mill that is not nn infringement on it.
Farmers, erafnine this newly IMPROVED
MILL, before you buy any other.
Ono great advantage of this machine over all others, is,
that It will not choke up, and !lord or soil apples
etin bo ground. and yet the Cylinders will always remain
clear and in grinding order.
All orders will be filled in the order In which they aro
iceeived, and all persons I'i - tinting them would do well to
send their orders early, and state at what Limo they want
the Mill mint, .
Thio Mill, attended by: 2 loon, will, when properly worked
according to directions, make 0 to 12 barrels of rider a day—
and will grind alone by horse-poweefrom 100 to 300 bushels
of apples a day.
At rif The Price of too ➢llll in $4O, Ikea of freight.
HARMER:FRG, PA., Ploy, 1853. W. 0. MORON.
the District Court of the Modern District of Pennsylvania.
EW AND IME.'ROVED MULL
A GRID ULTUAAL WAREHOUSE
THE subscribers, in addition to thcii exten
sive Grocery, have connected therewith an
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE ' and
SEED STORE, I 10, Market street, near the
railroad, Harrisburg, Pa., and arc prepared to
fill ald orders, by wholesale and retail,, of oil
kinds of Agricultural Implements, Vegetable
and Flower. Seeds, &c. Country merchants
with reasonable discounts to sell again.
Horse-powers and threshers, wheaud Hulls
and seed-planters, plows,harrows and cultiva
tors, fodder, hay, and straw-cutter , grain fans
corn shellers, vegetable cutters, hand grain
mills, clover spellers, horse rakes, churns,grind
stones and improved hangings, hay, straw, and
manure forks, farmer's boilers, ox yokes and
bow, patent bow pins, cow chains, spades, hoes
and rakes, post diggers, wheelbarrows, grain
cradles, seyt hes and scythestones, potatoe drags
pcist augurs, axes and hatchets, grain bags,
grain measures, garden trowls, pruning and
building knives, grass and grain sickles, screw
wrenches, pincers and gimblets, rat and mole
traps, cattle cards and horse brushes, curry
combs, garden Tech, cow bells, whiffle trees,
guano, plaster, poudrette, bone dust, lime, gar.
den, field and flower seeds.
A Iso, a large and fresh assortment of GRO
CERIES, 'PEAS, &c., all cheap for cash.
WO Y HALL.
and produce of all kinds received
n exchange for implements.
Apr.l I 3, 1H53.—1v
PRESERVE YOUR TEETH BY USING
Zermans Celebrated Tooth Wash
valualde preparation has long been used
IL in New York nod Philadel:lin, where it has
attained an immense popularity, for cleansing,
preserving and beautifyinE the teeth, It is tin
excellent remedy for sore,soft or bleeding gums.
It also impartstl delightful freshness to the mouth
and agreeable odor to the breath.
Rend the fellowlys from Dr. 2117trrry . b .
" I can, with the utmost confidence, recom•
mend to the public '
Tooth Wash its the best in use. In-my practice
as a Dentist, I have used and recommended it for
me last five years, and have found it to give
istaction in every instance, as the Wash does not
contain acid, or shy - thing injurious to the teeth or
gums; hut, on the contrary, is the best antiseptic
n the practice, and therefore, would recommend
he use of it, lint only to those who wish to pre-.
serve their tenth and gums, and have n, wholesome
ibreath, but also to those whohave diseased gums
tor teeth. The use of tLo Wash, for a short time,
will insure a return to their healthy state,.
GEORGE II MURRAY, Dentist,
No• Cl, S. Eleventh st., below Chestnut rhil'a.
ISr. Heinle], ol Carlisle, says; —.* Mr. Zer
man, I am 1411-pleased with your Tooth Wash ;
- it not only cleanses and whitens die teeth without
injuring theni,ltt it cures sore or bleeding gums.
I cheerfully r . ecommend it to the professmn and
. public, as the very best preraration that 'can be
- used for cleansing nod preserving the teeth,
healing the gUltris,anil giving sweetness to the
JOHN IV, HENDEL, Surgeon Dentist.
Price '25 cents tier bottle. Prepared only
Francis Zermnn, Druggist and Chemist, corner
of Ninth and Cntharine streets, Philo&lphin.
For sale by SAMUEL ELLIOTT, Cm lisle,
Pa octl3 iv)
A LARGE SPRING ARRIVALS
WHICH surpasses in quantity quality and
prices any that has ever yet been opened
in Carlisle, consisting or the greatest variety
or all kinds of Hardware, such as, Shoo Fin,
dings, Saddlery, Conch Trimmings, Paints
Oils, Varnish, Glass, Nails, Files, Anvils,
Vices, Bellows, Springs, Mole, Bows, Foliose,
Veneers, Cork:aware, Farming Utensils, Bar
and' Rolled Iron, Steel, &c., withla thousand
purebts c .4,,largeilx„of Heavy Goode
previous to the ivlvance tifprides, I nun enabled
to sell goods nt old prices. Persons in want of
Hardware aril invited to call cud examine my
goods and hear my prices, and you will be sat.
• [stied where the Cheap Ibtrdware is to be lied,
stock of WALL PAPER is nnapx
'preen hied by city in the Borough.
Thenknit for the former liberal patronage, tr
continuance of the canto is solieited by
' JOHN P. LYNE,
West Side of North Hanover Street,
MILE subscriber is just now receiving and
111 opening an unparalleled assortment of
• WALL PAPERS. Those desirous of trans-
forming tits interiors of
,thaie old dwellings
Into now ones, and giving additional embel
ishmonts,.to their now ones, at a comparative
ly trilling cost; will do well to call and examine
fcir I can soil thorn from 61 cts upwards. Re
membre the old stand, East Main et opposite
~iogilby's. Store. 'By the way, I would say to
'those who•also want to improve the exterior of
their houses,: that I can furnish- them with
W.otherilPs pure and fresh ground White Lend;
together with, various other colours, blue, or
, ohm yellow,.inirious - shades of green, &c., in
short everything calculated 'to adorn and dee
mar 2' •'• • Il ENRY SAXTON,
J. W. EBY
' Bonriot Fethprs.
ttin Subscriber:basil.; at opened an invoiao
of o,strielt and other•lionnot Feathers nt one. ,
juifF•fho. nsual pried.' Also : a vc-rehsap, lot of
.raney Proo 4111(P.• - • CE O. W.
PRlrElc‘ CANDIES, stc.
FANDLY'ntirtion'Sabbath sohnOln rind Pll3
Ink! partlao in going to tho.country will do well
nt the,aboap Drug storo of 11, J.
'HistrorAwboie:Alloy •on'n be aupplied with or.
,tioloa,at the lowoot-ratoa and of, lho hoot clunk
ity. CAND/119--rfatail 2() soots per.
poliad..-,44 o aoratasortmontior Patont..Mod•,
.clnos constantly on hand:" (jyRIT"
• ; . .';'t :4
NEW'DRUG — gTORt .
s•oulli'llano6ei'Street, , Neisi;i/4
I 1f.2 13 araggiiit, would retliedt..
(ally iufgr,n t to, anizonspt Clarlialo and
v,id1 , 47
1 , that lid has opondil a now • .
AND DRUG STORE. •:.
?is stock is entirely new; and has been spice
..,t.tid with , greut'eare. As many of the articles
eird;t4,l3kitso by physicians and fathilies detdri—
' .it;ate by ii:Rand exposure, g.roat cure will be.
„taken wit to allow such articles to accumulate
in : •
A: mntionis especially invited to his stock of
P,ssoethil:Oils; Oils, Tinctures,
Wines, liNtract7, Confection=, Chemicals,
•; 'See. Ingot her with the - aliove Ito , has a lull
aslortMent of Paints, Varnishes, Dye—Stuffs,
Point and Varnish 13rushes, and
of every variety. lie has tilso on.liaird a splen-
did assortment Of
PerfUtneries, Soaps,Extracts, Fancy, Hair,
Clothes and Flesh Brushes, Supporters,
Br. ast &hamlet:a, Nipple Shields, •
Pnmh Washes and-Pastes; alto
MEDICINAL IVINES AND BRANDIES,
ol tlie,best quality. SEGA RS, from the best
Havana and Spanish houses, of every flavor,
from ono cent upwards.
order to ensure his. Customers against
mistakes during any temporal-ay absence of
ilia proprietor, the services of an experienced
and co npment assistant have been secured,
which will ho felt to be important, in view of
thoresponsibilities ehiclt are knovio to devolve
up;in the drugtrit.t.
Will be faithfully and promptly attended to.—
Orders free . ] Physicians and Merchants in the
country will be filled with; care, and at prices
whieh. must prove Satislitctory.
N' B.—All officinal ,preparations made in ,
strict accordance with the.clirections of the U.
A liberal share of public patronage is res.
peettully solicited. Terms Cash.
May 11. 1853. B. J. KIEFFER.
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
'Through by Express.
MESSRS. A G BRAGG At CO.—GEN-rut
mat : We have been using your MEXICAN
MUSTANG LINIMENT with,the 4 - nust per
fect success. One of our most valbable Express
horses had been ouch troubled by huge swellings
or tumors on the fetlocks; they haa grown lar
ger than lieu's eggs. Besides being disfigured
by these appendages, the limbs sod joints an
pc .red quite stMened, swolleir and lame. We
had tried si llily Li lemmas and other remedies,
lint nothing appeared to liroduce any effect upon
them. We would willingly HAVE GIVEN
TWENTy FIVE DOLLA RS to have had them
removed, and the horse restored to soundness.
Our hostler obtaitiod sonic of your Liniment, and,
applied It-without knowledge. A few days ago
he called our anClitiOn to the horse, and -to our
surprise and gratification, his legs were perfectly
smooth, THE fUMORS HAVING ENTIRE.
EN DISAPPEARED! We asked him by what
ning'e he had effected such a remarkable cure ?
Ilis reply was that he had been using the M US
TANti LINIMENT on them about ten' days,
and the result was the entire realm al oldie tu
mors without producing any soreness or leaving
u scar. e.
We therefere take great pleasure in -ceoni
nietkliit the Liniment, :toll shall continue to use
it whenever ozeasion rcquil.es, ill preference to
any oth .r preparAtion, so long us it produces such
.1 ope 30,10533. Kt NSLEr &
Southern and Eastern estwess, No 1 \Vull s
corner of Broadway, New 1 ork• .
Since the above certifieWe wait given,- Messrs
Icinsl4 & Co have informed us that one of his
dorm was thrown from his win,. in th e 'viar
part of the city, and very haiily bruised, the
wagon passing over his body. Ile was takt:n into
a Doctor's office close by, sod l'IlD
lAN TO E TItE MUSTANG
LINIMENT, as he had reeentiv tried it in a
similar ease with great success. lie did so, and
all the soreness, lameness, and sit (These seas re
moved, so that the next tiny he was about his
business as usual,
"'We take great pleasure in recOmmending the_
MEXICAN - MUSTANG LINIMENT- to all•
our friends and customers. as the best article we
hallo ever - user!-for sores, hruicest, sprains. on
golds in horses. We have .used it exteusively_
and always effectually. Some of our men have
also used it for severe bruises and sot-es, as well
as rheumatit pains, and they all say it acts like
magic—we can only say- that we have aliaittloned
the Use of any other Linimebt,
J. At. inmETT,
Stehic Necper to Ike American Fxpress Co
and for thirtiden's Express."
NEV IrORK,July 31, 1852
IVc hereby ceril that we have used the corn.
pound known as the MUSTANG LINIMENT
sad have no hesittition in recommending it as the
best article we have ever used for the cure of
sprains, gall 4; cuts. Itittises, &.c on horses. All
who doubt this, will please call on the unilersign
ed, and they—still be happy to afford all other
information in thcir.puwer as regards its efficacy,
&c. LUTZ. DA LL & CO
Proprietors Manhattan Stage Co
Extract from a letter dated
SACRAMENTO CITy . ,Cal. Atig..15,1352,_
I believe tiIe — IDUSTAND . LINIMENT moat
an excellent article. My wile brought a couple
or bOttles with her, which I must thank you tor.
Since she came here, MY HORSE FELL
DOWN WITH ME; and injured me consider
ably, but broke no bones. I hind recourse to the
Mustang, and the relict; and in face' core was
astonishing. (Signed) D RANSOM.
Ectract from a letter dated
Prrrsßun°, Pn..October sth, 1852.
,Another eirtchmstance which 1 noticed a row
day3no, I thou„ht spoke highly of the virtues
of the Mustang. Being in the office orn
elan of high standing, I noticed as he opened 'a
door of his hook-case, several bottles of Mus
tang, alongside of which was an num Mustang
bolt le, and a two ounce prescription vial FILLED
Nvrri I MUSTANG LINIMENT, on which
was the following directions: " Ruh the throat
well night and morning with die Liniment, and
wrap a woolen cloth around it."
J P FLEEING.
S. W. ITAVERSTICK, Dr. s.
WILLIA•\I 11. BRETZ. •\gents fot• Carlisle.
General Depot, No. 5, Phoenix Block, corner
2(1 and Dock streets, l'lnladelphia.
A. O. ANDREWS Gen. Agent.
Sogain and 2sobacco.
Persons feeliiiilhomselves disposed to in•
dulge in geed Began arc requested, to cull nt
the Drug Store of B. J. KIEFFER, where
they may obtain an article which he hesitates
not to recomMend as being the best in Carlisle.
Persons visitine Carlisle should not leave be
fore t Mina; a glance at B.J. Kieffer's Drug and
Chemical:Store, South Hanover street. Ile has
on hand a variety of fancy articles, such as
hair, hat, clothes, flesh and tooth brushes, co
logne bottles, furniture dusters, portfolios, note
paper, worked and card baskets, visiting cards
and canes; n fine 'Variety of fans, accordeons,
Sec. The ladies are invited to call and examine
superior Ina:ie....Call soon, as he is determined
to sell bargains. .B. J. KIEFFER, -
July 20, 1853. S. Hanover at.
TUTS itECEIV.Ein !
A ) PRIME article of Sugar j Rnieins at 18.1
errata per pound, Bunch do, a good Article,
at 15 Cents,
Citronal' Mace, Spices, Brandies, Lomons,U
Oranges, Prinerved Fruits, Dates,
Sugared anSDried Prunes, Figs,
Taraarinde, Crackers, &a &e,
in connection olth all kinds of Confectiona—
ries, all of Mild' will ho disposed of on the
most accommodating terms. ,
Juno I, 1h152 11. J. KIEFFER.
IVIJSUREOAT BALL !
JEW. VW'S FAMILY GROCERY
Java and Maraaaiba Coffees,Grean and
Roasted do., Orleans and Clarafiod
Brown &oars, .Pulvorized, Crashed and
Loaf do, Soft'Crushed (preserving) do.
Rica, Farina and Corn Stara, Brom.
Cocoa, Chocolate, Vanilla Benn,
,Citran, with Spices of ovary kind e
'Sperm', Wald, A darnantirio Candles,
Orrennnand Sugar 11, Syrup Molneses,
fLovoring's f r inelt quslity Syrup.
iier.l fresh assortment of all tho above nrti.
clos, and ri'aoneral - supprf ,of ,oilier oracles
usually.kopt by us, nll just oponod and for sale
at our now storo rooms.
Juno 8; 1853. " . .T. W. EDI-. •
Window: Sto es, "Carpets 'and Oi
. Jy. Cloths.
.T. STEWAAT . D.VPIT.IT,.
T:ti2,3" Nerth — Qd 'Street,' ohmic !M..
;- would most reapectfid.
ly.call the: attention :of: his friends and the
public hi general to his large and' well s'e.
'elected stock' of Carpet, y Oil Clotho,' Ilittlinoe,
4Viadcrra Shades, Daer •illfatsi• Maim Rada, Ph.
ano llovare; , -Tablo Cqvcra. front
yards widoefor 'Public: Ifousos,! Counting
Rouses. &o, ' • ,
Also—to my branch Store, WV, Spring, Gar. ,
don Straw', bloOve' 9th,
, - •
SOON •GO . P.C, AS,
V' 0 ULD inform the miblic that , hehns now
VV• on baud at his estahlishincm, on Main
ntret, next door to Marion,' flail, t. e la.gest
nd most complete assortment 01
- C 0 - 0 0141 C E ',OUR STOTES
to bo'found in this rouni hith will be sOld
at the'loWCAL prices for eash or approved credit.
Ills stock , consists of a large tins , rilllollt of ne`w
and highly approved
PATENT COOKING STOVES,
Fiiiiithed in the most contplcic HUO.ner, and
calculated for either wood or coal. or both: All
testold standard patterns, which have stood the
test Of OSpeliellCC, may ha found 'at his e b tah.
lishment. Ale it great variety of the 111091 ap
proved end beautiful
PARLOR AN D OFFICE STO VES,
Including a number of new stylcs, , possessing
very superb- advantages over those heretofore'
in use. Families and lionseherpci s are respect•
fully invited to give him n cal6pefore purcha
sing elsewhere. Stoves delivered to any
of the comity and put up , at•the ehortist notice
Co continues to do al, hinds ; ol
TIN AND SHEET MON WANE,
and Copper work,, and has cbustautly on hand
or sill make to order every article required by
- hoimokerprrs or oiling in thh• - line. -- Ills bled:
of Tio and Copper•ware embraces every kind
of household nod kit, bra titenstl, uarrrnred
equal to the best manufactured. Pereons in
want of articles hchis line Inny ntwnye be sure
al being uecomodated to their satisinetion by
giving him a rail. fOrtl9
Me inytchcs 65' Ocii.eiry.
1 - WIIOI.,ESAI,E and lIETA IL
-, - ,A a a t t ld ' J li e e w ' r ' l l l; l" S li t 'd o t ii i,P ,' l ' ln lA Wa h te e l :
If/ "., 95 North Second Street, rpet
tti.ll , :,# of (burry, Ph: ladelphia:
...\ \ 44
411;... , .. Gold Lever I‘,'at, hes, lull
Diltii 6 rar 4 iAjewelled, :8 carat eases, E 140,00
Gold Lepko; IS carat cases, .. .021 00 tst
Silver do jewels, 9 00 h
Silver Lever, fell j welled, 12 1,02
Superior Qua rliers, 7 00 --
Gold Spectacles, _ 7 00
Flue Silver Spectacles; I 50
Gold Bracelets, . 3 00
Ladies' Gold Pencils, - 100
Silver Tea Spoons, set, 500
Gold Pens with Polled and Silber II older, 1 00
Gold Finger Rings t 7 cents to 68 ; 'Watch
Glasses, plain, 12i cents ; Patent, ; LUDO,
2.5; other articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to he what they nre calif for.
STAUFFER & HA RLEY,
enpi7ly SUCC , SSOI'S In 0. Coors,!.
, On hand. some Gold and Silver Levers and
Lepines,st ill lower than the above prices.
' THE EIGHTH- st: SILK STORE
No. 4, Xorth Eighth Stre;;l,
If V. DEPUY secures his thanks to his nu
tx,4l morons customers in Cumberland county
lor their liberal 'unroll:Igo during the last sea.
son, and is now propmed to supply them at
rertsona4le prices, with every des:tription of
Fancy Dry Goods. His stock comprises a full
Rich Plaid Silks Fine French Merinoes
Brocade do ielt Plaid Gashitieres
Plain (I.) • Pat is Mous de Laines
Changeable do I'lain, all Wool do
Sothis and ' , formic Chcnp de Laincs
Paris dc urges Impormd Elnglmtns
Embroi 'Pre,' Collars I Chimers Nlnstitis Flan-
Sleeves Ches.iv'ttes n.tls lue, Sackings.
Ako, a lull line of till widths of the 131ST
BLACK SILKS, with Shawls, Alma ib•
bons, Cloaks, Velvets, Cloaking Cloths,
in great variety.
fdis goods aro.bought low ; in large lots, front-,
Y. l7l .Arorth street; oppovte the Came
InFAVING in Store a 11111 and extensive ' as
-11-1 sort tnent 01 'Millinery artieles,Trimnf ago,
tun] Fa oey Goods:such' Tibbonds,-Laces,
Blond, GJoccSillcs , Florences,Bonnet Frames,
and a large as ortment of Needlo•werltrd Ildfs,
Collars, Caps, Flounces, Insertings, Edgings,
.te., together riii a great variety of other ar
ticles in our line too numerous to mention, at
WiItILESA - A ND RETAIL.
- N; - 8 - 1 request all such us arc about making
their purchases to sive rye a call. isep2B2in
mr . •
3. E. GOULD,
[SUCCESSOR TO A. FIOT,]
No. 164 Chestn ut St. , Swaim's Building; Phila
EIXNENSIVE Music Publisher, and Deal.
cr in Musical Instruments ot every de
D.xelusive agent for tie sale of Millet, Davis
& Co's Patent Suspension Bridge ilielian'aud
L. Gilbert's(loudoie Pianos, Melodeons, Mnr.
tin's Guitars, Ilnrps, Violins, Sheet Music,
Music Books, &c.
Residents of the country will be supplied by
mail or otherwise with musiif they may wish,
ns low as, if purchased in person. Having one
of the largest stocks in the United States, It
feel confident of satisfying, all who may favor
me with a call or order.
Dealers in Music supplied on the most lihera
terms, Pianos to let. Second-hand Pianos for
.may 20 1853 ly)
KRUPP'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE
/A NUFA CTU RED and for sale by ELI
KRUPP, No 639, North Third street,
Ph lade Iphin s warranted to render enttre satis
faction, and is be) and doubt the best and most
wholesome preparatitrt of Cotlbe CVCI' know th---
0 tie package at I'2l cents WILL SAVE four
pounds olovilitutry CoWee. Try it and be con
vinced. A nit mber of Essences or Coffee were
deposited at the Franklin Itistitute in 18'52. and
the Judges decided Keu pit's to be 'EDE BEST
in the exhibition. Friends, it you w iSh to enjoy
a good, cheap mid healthy Cup or ukaee
Krupp's Essence of entice. It is Mr sale by
nearly All the principal Grocers and Druggists
throughout the duited Stittce.
April 20, I 053.
Located No 127,Bultimore Street, Bultimbre, Md.
The ostensible object of this Institution is to
,place in the reach of individuals proper facili•
ides for obtaining a thorough and practical
Mercantile Education. Nothing indeed has
been omitted that is calculated to produce the
TIM rooms of the College are well fitted up,
conveniently i arranged, and situated in the
lutist desirable part of the City. ' Connected
thereto is a Commercial Library, and this, in
connection with familiar Lectures on Common.,
clot Law and Mercantile Science, is a Matter
,of the highest importance to all who desire to
become Accountants of the first order, and oc
cupy stations of Path and responsibility. A
young man can here obtain a, more correct
knowledge at general business matters in
few weeks than can lie acquired in asimnny
years in any one Counting Room. '
The course of study embraces Double Entry
Bookkeeping, and its adaptation to vat ions
departments of Commerce and Trade, Mercan
tile calculations taught according tolhe most
approved methods. Practical Penmanship, com
bining rapidity' of execution with beauty of
construction. Lectures on Mercantile Law;
' upon various important' Mercantile subjects
.basido many other points necessary for a book,
keeper or business man to Understand.' The
tinie necessary for an, industrious student t.
complete the course varies from 5 to 8 weekik,
There being no vacation, applicants can enter
at any ante and attend both day and_evening.
'Examinations, aro held nt. stated periods; and
Diplomas awarded to those who, g - aduate.
Per terms, dse. write and have a Circular for
warded by mad.
March, 23. 1853. ly.
:To Builders Ir,Houslreepers.
"111110 SE who arc building; or ticotit cum..
C inonoing houtioltoeping ' will be sure to
find" stall' tintea'an assortmoot to talent from.
•Ldolre of 01l aorta and slime, with brass, argil
rniiioral and 'white knobo, \/, ith n pnnlicd or
plated furniture. butt hinges;onst snot Opught,
windoW . glass front,Bxlo to 20x28;bella, screws
Egc, 40z., y..ou whO aro anoutto,homarriodand,
going to Irousolceeping, wo have everything to
, please.-suolt aa funey .wallorS and trays, ivory
`.handled ' lcnivda forks;' sate' oririthe
,dozon, commonilintves and forke, bettor knivoe
.w4hrrlated and ivory handles frying and Woad
smoothing v ironstlubs,lehurns, 4.e r . •
• • • REN/ELY;SAXTON:-:
Carlialo Mitch 9,1843:.
(Pastor of the 2d Ilopttst Chet uh,Rew London,
Ct. )`' relative to Myers' - Extract Rose. •
To The American Public. -•
As my name him been used in connection
'with recommendutions-of Mr. Myers' R.ck
- Rose Syrup, in various advertilemenis by the
manufacturer, I beg leave to make the follow
ing statenient tw ilk re ft ;Ince to my acquaint•
since with riff remedyand tests to which .1 have
subjected it, and the reasons for having intro
duced it to the netice,of private fricoda in the
community in which I reside, long before the
medicine was advertised. I make this state
ment freely, because I hove, ns a principle,
withheld toy namo from all patent Medicines,
and sedulously abstained frem recommending
diem to the public, believing them frequently
the spawn if 'packer!' uad humbug, and us
tending to inereasu, HMCO d of leseening holonn
disease end suffering. Such, I fear, is the
character of a large portion cif tho patent pima
ceus of this medicine milking ugc. " Their
name - is legion," and from their inllucuce , sa
from the demoniacal spirits, we have reason
to pray for a safe deliverance.
The First Tsl.-1 had myself suffered oc
caSiontilly with sudden attacks of t 'Siek Head-,
ache, and !Whom' Diarrhea, and I had sought
a great variety of curative agents to hut little
purpose; and suffering from thisdisease (dins
rhea) at this time, I determined tole:m.olc new
Syrup first upon inrelf. The results were be
yond my expectations. It was n powerful.
alterative, and the morbid action of the 13''e tent
was changed, and the functions of secretion
were restored,lo a healthy state. It gave torte
und,elastseity to My system, and corrected the
derangement oft Its digestive organs, and gave
me that inestimable bless ing—health. This
ti-st was - not determined in a week, iir Illnntli;
but I toed: lour or five bottles in perhaps as
many months. Since that time I have suffer
ed but slightly,from these dere ngements. lily
Sick Headache is en'irely Cth ed.
Other Tests.—Finding this medicine so use
ful to myself, I at once gave it to several inva
lid friends. About this time, I was carnes:tly
solicited 10 give [III VICO in reference to o child,
some eight years of age.,This child was
severely afflicted with's Scrofula humor, of a
ry severe - type, the humor showing itself on
all parts of the surface, and then suddenly dis
appearing. The child %vas very sick, and it
was thought doubtful whether she would live,
The humor resembled black specks of mortified
flesh. In addition lb some other runt dies,
gave the child this Fy•up for about six weeke,
whan she had sufficient strength to go out to
school occasionally. The swellinu offier limbs
ceased, and she was restored to health. The
family feel that they owe her life, with
blessing, to my remedies.
This frit satisfied me that the Rock- Roc°
possessed specific powers for Scroful us I:ti
mers. I then tested it in casts of Cutancxx
Eruptions, in Measles, Chicken Pox, Cane ri",-
Sore Mouth, Erysipelas,iS'alt Meant, Piles, Ml'
In all these cases with perfect success. - Alta
testing this Syrup for more than a year, I
wrote Mr. Myers (October 7th, 1850) enthusi•
aslically, not expecting my letter would he
published, that his Syrup was n Pankorite,"
all healing, and I gave him the result of its
operationsin_several instances. I stated in
nut letter that " it was invaluable as a remedy
in Cutaneous Eruptions, Erysipelas, Salt
Rheum, and other - disorders, included in LEM
varied family of diseases known an Scrofula,.
re.: 'that in Dyspepsia it acted with wonder
ful efficacy." illy opinion of its value for the
above named diseases, remain unchanged, and
the same es when I wrote Mr Myers in Oct.
1850. Ido not recommend it for 011 . the ills
of our suffering humanity ; but I unlieSituting
ly say, that as a remedy for Scrofulous affec
tions I believe it superior to any known cura
tive agent - .
It has been sufficiently tested by domestic
practice to establish its adoption to extensive
usefulness in mitigating human suffusing and
remot ing discuses.
But. What is the Rock Rose ?
The following history of the Rock Rose
plant and its medicinal properties, we Mice
from the New Raven Palladium, March 1652.
"The increased interest manifested in the
Rock Rose ,liFOritTin consequence of the many
wonderful - cures effected by 'Flyers' Compound
Extract of Rock Rose,' calls for a brief history
of it, in urder•to correct any canine I is opin
ion that moy have been entertaineda nueern
ing it ; and also to set in a true light the na
ture of, a 7 plant which promises to be univer
"Ws ore indebted In the United St es Die
pcnsatory of 1847, for the follow log csorip
lion of rl :
J. V. DEPUY,
11, N. Sib
" It is entirely different (ruin the common
Rose. 'lt is a red-stemmed, oblong Teat plant,
having a bitter taste. In addition to remark
able peculiarity or the plant, of bearing two
crops of &wets in one-season, it also has ano
ther interesting undfbeantiful propel ly.
Dr. Eaton says, that in the, months .of No
vember and Deeenntier, he hes seen hundreds
of these plants,•seuding out near their roots,
broad, thin, curved ice-crystals, about an inch
in breadth: which melted during the day, and
were renewed 'in the morning. For a more
minute and a uthetitical description of it, the
readenis referred to Toney and Gray's Bolan.
Its Medical History and Properties
Arc Dir the most important, since upon .these
depends its value, to the community. Dr, Lou.
don says that in 1 , 759, it was so valuable in
England, th it it was cultivated from seeds.
Ever since 1806, 'Professor Ives of Yale 0:1-
lege,lms habitually used it with groat success.
n Scrofula and Chronic diseases, snit through
him'its virtues were made known, until, as Dr.
Tyler says, 4 , it is now in thiFi section (New
Haven) a commonArtielo in domestic practice
fur the cure of Serf:lulu and Cutaneous
Dr. Whitlow, a Sco'ch 13utanist of notoriety,
while, travelling in America in 1814, learned
its use In :Canada: Returning to England „lic
employed it in medicating his baths, which
became greatly celebrated for the cure of simi
Dr...J. H. Thoinpeo;)(tho same place, pre
scribed it in bad cash oi)Scr4ulotio patients
of Willa' Hospital; Hislareese attracted the
attention of senior physietans, lie reports the
'following romarknble cave of white swelling.of
the hip, in February, 1814.:—Tho lad was
seven yours old, and lied the disease three
years. The bone was dislocated both upward
end outward. There was a largo opening in
the hip lending to the bone; Into which I could
thrust my finger. I counted three ulcers. He
,• had been under several physicians, who had ,
given him up, I ordered a decoction of Reck
Rose. RI two days his night sweats Bensed
I then ordered,a teaspoonful of Rock Rose three
. times a- day. Thirty nine days after ha was
Welib,'of CI., testifies to the
value of Rock Rose, no ciiitioed in the cure c:
numerous capes of the Scrofula, es facially in
Manufncturcil by IV'm Franklin & Co., Now
* Worren, though n minister of the Gos
pel, hoe for a period of 15 putts, given atten
tion to the sulti-ct of medical Science, to,qual
ify hint to administer ta the sick; in conheetion
.with his pastoral dillies, t.
' s' EDWIN R. WARREN.
Agenia tit Cuntherland Colinty.--S. N. Ilevr
errejek, S. Elholt end, W. A. Kelso, arIlleli;
Haverstich & Strohm .gingstewn
MeelinylesLurg ; bt. Ditpor, Shiremanstown;
.gPI4 6 Y & Efeet, Ce4rr, Spring;
' , Sterrett's Gee; grifomas ,Gree'son. P 1 01 1604,
.4..11. - ; Isrowville ; . J.. IL Wil9y,.,Gyeen
.Spring; .Wherry & ISisonhower, Isfewburg'i
Ifuye Shippensburg; , Russel 4 Diet;
Diainsoti r Alasand9i Br—ldullen,Papertown
pr. L. llLeither,:Churehlown:
ti, , oCCIIL1111:0110.
MYERS" EXTRACT OF FUKIOSEI
An Involnablc ItCardy for all - 'seroftdotis
cases, I»diht.vtibn, Salt Plicam, licad
ache, _Cancer, I_l:lll_4l . J.g SW:O MOti -
and C , ncral IJeGiliry, and as a
l'urifiec of Mc D.'»od ft is
The Rock Rose has gnined a reputation at
home and •a broad. which nu other medicine
has ever done in the same deogth of tune.
According to the opinh us ut cininent•
maner the Ruck Ruse PI int is unequalled in
Curing Scrofula In Its f'uriou's Finn's?
STATEMENT or REV. E. ,R. WARREN,
ILEPSY gAll '.GUEEDrI
.. . ,
rake's Vegeta - • poi
,4 7 - •
FOIL Ti! .t."1;1; -Of -
Is performing more irondeVul ewes than a
other medicine yet blown or trAre Ihr utile
PRICE PINE, DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
Thc, lircprittor tors in his possession imeitiro
eeetifielltes, nerentirig the
Astonishing and",lliractilons ClllOl
dieeted by this medicine, and Air refs aimminn
the following onll , Io assets those tr ho are so
holmium to lieratilitted A% ith the tcrrit Ir Aiwa
horntolorc regarded incurable, Om' LAKg's
IS ALTICST INVALLIIILF: IN ITS CUIIE!
From M '' if s, Brat It ' s, w iilifie of Muj. Jai. Ilrook
late of emmenta, O.
, CONNEAUT, Feb. 3,lfllift.
Mr. Z. .c ater.—Sir: Piease send me ami.,
!tattle of Fit Alt dicine, as 1 do net like to I
u itheut it on hand. NI lien I commenced gii it
the medicine to any son E4ll. at . , lie had from or
to three its per Clay. Ile has itolV litkril Zhu no
dicine over lite months, aril) as laid, I think, la
two fits in that I me, and those very light. II
hotly end mind are very muill improved; and li
the olessing of God, I feel that the medicine wi
restore his bon y:m(1 Mind to their %t outs(' aeliV
ly. Ile is :Ili tears ohlointl lute 11041 fiteoVer I
3 ears, ii loch have Loin ores I ' m - yield, and icy
ilioitructiie to Ins cul.stilitlien and rmi.il 1f , ,;
drede 01 clellarS hare lam expend, it for tnetliein
to "CIIIII: riTs,'' but nothing has I elieved him to
tit lie used your thedieine. Resin ctrull j'ours,
I'o l LV /IIttfORS.
from Judson Loudon, Cctlitt) : ' ... Uperiitteluleilt C
the ASlttahula Count) Infirmary.-
.. liiNGSI'II.I•E, Feb. 4, 1853.
M r Z. LAN E— sire vi,..., send a few 0101'
bottles nt'your ' Fit 4 1 .1 c -il k -Me ~• ' I !nay net see
it, but think Safer to keep it on hand. rol l ,. Inc
diebie has (ionic senders. I gate it to Miss Joe
Delano; she has had fits for 21i 3 ears, bronoit , i
10 liniing the measles when hut !bur 3 ears old
Which could not In' brought out to tl.e surtitee.—
After takiog the altedieine 0 few dal s, SUE um. ,
I'IN I: cant . (it , iiicAst.r.s, end leis laid no fits since
'Shelled fits or S 3 mpitions almost daily. Fite ani
her father concur with me in Ea) lug dad it e be
.:Lievo theltil , (lleine hits or w ilkiiitmk a potent cure
I also pave the Medicine to Miss Jane Mender
son and Aris Carlin, ul.o Lai e bad fits :,,,,,,,
daily, for a nombir nil p ars Their fits liaii
ceased, and I Iml , ii - ie the amiliitine will hove ti,
domed i hect. film Ii ilinne)•lem been expend!. i
10 ilie friends of dm:slam liaticets fin . deciniiin g
all In no liurpose• The cure was left for 3 out
medicine to pit fom, and 1 van el-it-Hull) leenlie
111( . 1111 It as a saluable (list:m(ly. Itespectfully
yours. JUDSON LANPON,
: 4 tiperiffictidelit Ashtabula Co. kiirmlicr.
Prep:wed mill sold at udiolesale by Z. LAE
I 1 LLF:I2, traveling agent.
.111,1r:14.1, Carlistr F. I
Thomas, :11Lrlialiirslitirg 1) \V Gross, 11:o ris
Beccher's Elatchless Cordial.
rpIITS medicine has neve, known to rail in
A curing Chokin Alet bus, in It. nt fri t o 15
minutes; Cholera Ininuturn, or ,in c lu cr
plaints of childiew, ll3rt piety, Diaill:ca, die,
in fronr 11' to 21 hours. It is ecitain sod retie
under all circuntstaiwes, hitvicg been kitty
tested in upwards
. 01 . fur Lundrid cures with
out a einele failure. Id t every family provide
itscll with at least one I ottle of this invaluable
remedy. Try it, artil it will recommend it,clt.
It is prepared upon purely scientific principles,
nod' fainter Ide jllHly tt d a y(iir n., dit 11 C,
unless science be quaciteir. Fur sale by
- 13. J. IC lEF - FER, Druggist,
A few floors south cl the Court Douse,
Juno 32, 1P33,
LY, for 35 cents. by nienns
of the POGKE'f': JESCU
EAPIUS, or Every (Joe
(HS 'OWN I'llY:SIAN!
thi rty.sis t h
tion, with one hundred en
aravi ngs, shooing Private
Diseases and Malforma
tions of the. Generative
System, in every shape
and forma to 'which is ad-
Diseases of Eemales, in-
Uri - I ' ll4'S Only (see page IVO),
Icing of the highest importnMee to inserted pen
ile' or those coatemplating, marriage. fly \\ 11.
YOUNG, M. D., Graduate rui,u,sii,of
Pennsylvania, Member or the Royal College of
Surgeons, London,and honorary Neo.herlit the
Illiiladelphia dieus society. The sarions
forms of .S'eei et Diseases, Seminal Weakness,
Diseases 01 the Prostrate Gland, Impotency, soli
tary habits of youth, are litithfully describul, and
all the recipes given in plain language. "rho
,selfsabuse and Scounal Weakness is
worthy of prrticular attention, and should be read
by et cry one., Young men who have hero unfpr
tunate in contract big disease, pre . % iOns to placing
3 ourselves under the care of any doctor, bit mat
ter what his 100tensionS may be, get a cop) of
of this truly %alto,h, cork,
_..Sea•CAptanuLtalul.persons going to se. a, should
possesl„Dr. Yoang's Treatise on Marriage, the
Pocket fEsculapins, or Es cry one his 01111 Pli)-
.r" - Let no father be ashamed to present a
copy of the .lEsoulapius to his el iltl. It 111:y
save him loft 511 early prat c. IA no )(Aug
man or woman enter into the Sect Ct. Oblienth.l 5
of inarried lily, tvitlaint rending the pocket Ills
.culapins. Let no 011e . t tffering from n hacknitil
_cough, pain in the side restless nights . nC,,,,ns
feelings, and the whole train orDy speptie sensa
tions, and given up by thehr physician, he an
other moment without consulting the ..Ihlscula
dins. Ilatu the match...4l or those about to be
march d no) impediment, lead this (rely useful
Book, as it has been the means of sat lug thou
sands of tinforturate creatures from the l'sry
jaws of death. Upwards of a MILLION copies
or this celchrated motk has been sold in this
cnanliy set Europe since 1839, when the first
edition was issued.
Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE
cents enclosed in a letter, will receive One copy
Of Iliis buck by mail ; or five copies Will be sent
foe Si. Address Dv. WILLIAAI YOUNG,
No. 15'2 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, — Post
Twenty years practice in the city of Philadel
phia certainly 'Antes Dr. Young to the confi
dence of the sifilictol, rind be may be consulted
on soy of the (list ores described in his (Intent
publications, at' his tfller 1542 :Spruce Stioct;
every day between I) and S o'clock, (Sunda! ex.
ceptvd) and pet sons at any distance can consult
Dr. ,Young COST PAM.
Cumberland Valley Institute.
A select Boarding School embracing too distinct
and seperate Dtpartments, Male S. Female.
REV. J. S. LOOSE, A. M. Princtpcd::
T"'' 'ln,ffintion hereafter occupy tho
now end contruedimmedifice just meetc.l
for its accommodation. The buildingi'islpe.
culiarly adapted to meet the wants 01 both ..e•
partments. The rooms are largo and well
ventilated, and the %%hole house is wairoull
with a heated air furnace, wf.it h is especially
It is located on nn,-ernincncc near the Ur
ouEll of Mcchnnicsbure Cumberland County,
Pn.;`-N, ith ample grounds, handsomely laid out
and ornamented, surrounding it ; hiving' to
physical exercise ynd to amusement in the open
air. Every facility for an accomplished anl
classictl education is here offered that can 15 . e
found at-any similar Institution in this State:
Board and Tuition, per cession, sro 00
Music and Ornamental Branches, extra
The Summer Session will open untkc o
May, and continue twenty one weeks.
BOARD OF 1 NSTRUCTOBS
Rev. J. S. Loose, A. M.,.Profersor of Morn
Science and,Atteient Longunges, Mork . corn
fort, Assistant ; Miss L. C. Walker, Principal
of Female Dcperitrent end teacher of Music,
Miss---Assistant; Mr. Edward Fells,
Profesimr of Motion LoiMunges ; .1. li. Iler
cling, M. D., Lecturer on Physiology and Laws
01 Ilenith . • .
For " Circulars" containing refererece and
lather pahletilers address the Principe',
Cumberland Co., P.
March 30 1855: , ,
• . .
ROBERT 13. S •
ARIN I , j'r AIAKEIt AND UNDERTAKER
North NalloverS'irrot li
i mlp4; door to Glare, . . „ WSW: - •,, . - '
. . I
' . ...`,ThE undersigned would respectfully intorrp'
file citiscne of Carliele,tud the public
ally, that he now has.on hand a large and de
'aFnUd R o l l ' i:
e c i o It ic e n i
b e 1
i i i n e g ,
1 1 u.' j. s '' , l2 Cl lZ a .N r d i
g ant 6r a t e o eo f ir w im 4 e i n d t r ,
Sofas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, plain - andlancy..
Sowing Stands, &c. manufactured 'or the , best.
malarial and quality warranted. • ' -
. t Also dgarierat -assortment 'of CHAIRS at,
the lowCsf prices: reddens illindi made to.
order, and fenniring . proMptly attended to. ~..•
130" Collins mods at the Shortest notice, land
liasingra splendid hearse he will offend &net..
ale in town or Calintry, r 4 . _ , .. ~. •„,
i:a!bßernember the stand-'Twit doer.! to" 11.
Close's Hotel. noti24 R. B. SMILEY"!