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• „ CARLI44E,;, ; •
TUB aumpiOr, tereof thlUe}libel will Om,.
Mown 4:,n,llionday,.Abiy lat.., ,Tbnputto-
Doge of OM citizens is.ogainsespeolfelly coil
cited; mnd.pnionte•in• the•vicinity Who contem
pluto•sending Weir dnightereeway for (Anon
thWtheritii of . th Wee hoot o tui tido' tongue
from $5,00, to $8;00:par 'quartei not
. Draw c ieg,,yatinting and TaneyNANDl:Turk.
whichchargod,.ench, $2,00 (o, ere. ip
d i ti Nw eoltelirs.oup • be aceeniniodetqlsith
boal'a in'iliefutell.i of-the Ftinapt:l.
References,in),Carlisla.—hulgo Wiwte, Judge
Dr. T. C. Stecenuon.
. Mrs..J. F. DOWNING, Principal.
April 5, 1854:. • •
.SHCACT SCHOOL. '
141 HE 'subscriber; at' titeardent solicitation of
teeny of ; the patrons of his former school,
will open a private school, ou Monday•the-10th
April, at hie residepde. corner of Hanover and
North ,streets, embracing the various grades
of ilia Common Schools, The situation of the
piemistA is retired, the room large end health.
fed, and. the adjoining grounds . afford a de.
lightful plebe for recrea lion and.amusemeet.
The utme‘t regard will bo had to the morals
of all pupils entrusted to his care, and every
exertion 'made to render the. School pleasant
and profitable. For further information as to
terms, &o.,.apply to • W. MILES.
Carlisle, April 5, 1854."
P.'S. —A few scholars from the s country:wili
be taken, end, if required, boarding will be
furnished at moderate rates. 'Young men who,
intend to devote themselves to teaching will
also be received as scholars, to whom Lectures
will• be given on the theory and practice of
teaching. ' W. M.
CUNT. VALI,EY INSTITUTE,
(MALE AND FEMALE.)
• At IVlechanicsburg, Pa.
RJ.OB: S. LOOSE, A. 51., Rev. W. H.
SUPER, A nt., Principals; assisted by ex.
peyianced Teachers. This Institution opens
its summer„session on the Ist of , MAY. The
buildings are new and commodious, the rooms
large and well ventilated. Parents nod Guar
dians are invited to come and see this Institu
tion, and inquire into its merits, (as rare ad
vantages are afforded,) before sending their
eons. and daughters elsewhere. Besides the
.regulrir literary 'and classical course of the
Institution,, instruction•is given on the various
niuSicat instruments: Bubb as Platte, Melodeon,
&d.. as tv‘il as on 'Brass, Stringed and Wind
Board Room and Tuition in Roglb%
branches & social music per session, $55,00
Latin, Greek; French & German each, 5,00
Music—on Piano or Melodeon, 12.,00
-For circular address- • •
JOS. S. LOOSE,
Mechanicsburg, Cumberland co., Penn'a
march 29-2 th. -
THE subscriber desires to inform hisold Lug
turners and the public that 119, has tempora•
rilv removed his establishment lour doors south
.of ‘ his old stand, on North Hanover street,where
he has just opened a laige assortment of
BOOTS, -SHOES. GAITERS, &c.
which cannot be surpassed in style, quality and
price. and to which ho invites the attention of
For Ladies and Misses his stock is well se•
lected and complete, comprising the most fash•
ionable styles of Congress, Silk Gaiters, color•
titf French Gaiters, Morocco Boots. foxed with
patent leather, of.all colors and qualities, to.
ge her with`Mtsbes Gait,rs, ond'a full eepply of
every description of Boots Shoes and Gaiters
for Ladies, Misses and Childrens• wear, at all
Calf, Kip and Coarse Bocosof diflerent qualities
end prices; black and drab Congress Gaiters ;
patent leather Sultan Wqlking Shoes; Water
, rey Ties and Pumps, patent lea,her „nnd cloth
fancy Toilet Slippers, btc• A full assortment
of • the above styles of Boys' wear. Also a
general assortment of Calf Rip and coarse
Monroes and Shoes at all prices.
This extensive attic% of new and fashionable
styles has been selected with great care and the
quality is warranted, ,They only need to be
examined to be approi , 'pd. lie also continues
to manufacture all itindel'of work as before.
oW - Rips will be repaired gratis. Feeling
confident his assortment will give entire satis•
. as regards quality and price, he
respectfully solicits public .Daironage.
april 12. JONATHAN CORNMAN.
J. H. WEISE,
BARGAINS I BARGAINS ! !
At Wclso and Campbell's'
-- *dui-and -Cheap- Stare,- S,-lic-corner—of-- Ilan
vet. 4 Louther street.?
• WE now-fcal a pleasure in announcing that ,
we have just received a sployalid and choice as.
sorttnent of Spring, and•Stitifter Goods, whiolf
we will, offer at such pride as cannot -fail to
'The.stock consist if of
DRESS t ODS
Black Fancy Dress Silks, Foulards, Organdies,
Brilliants. Lawns, Jaconetts,-Dareges. &c„ &c.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
A limulsome lot of Spencers, Underaleeves
Collars, Ronne, Eddings,`lnsertinge, mourn
Ind collars and ,undersleoves,embronlered linen
cambric hankerehiefe. 413.; &c, •
ginzhams . ,' checks, tickings, Musli', jeans;
drill;, bag-stuff and flaniiels.
C 01' S , &c., &c.
a handsome lot oict r oths, cassiiners tind testing
Icia!ge nesortmeut of Ladlea and Misses French
gosaamers,. helgratle, tripoli. braid an 4
straw Bonnets , Misses handsome Flats' all of
-which wilt be sold at unusually low prices, •
Men',s and Boy's,canton, foghorn, china pearl,
senate and palm leaf Hats. Parasols, Urn—
brellas,and Looking:glasses very.eheap,
BO TS AND SHOES:.
We are selling a, large lot of• ladies' shoes and
gaiters at grcafly'reduced prices, as we intend
gliscbiltinuing ilia branch of our, .business.
GROCERIES, Sto:;:;S,i c•
Itioadd 'Java Coffee ,'roasted coffee, 'brawn and
kite Sugar, Loverings Syrup Molasses, Teas - ,
• Our stock, for variety and cheapness, is cpr
tainly.not surpassed by any in the country.—
Itu'iters who wish to pashas° articiqa of supo
- tor quality, ,at reasonable prices, should, not
fail to give.ua a call: [OM 5,'54.] '
MARION BALL !
EB'i"S FAMILY'. GROCERY
Java and Illaraeniha Caffeee, ,Green and
-Roasied do., Orleane and Clarafied
-• •Erewn :Sugars, .Puiveri zed„', e. ruehed.and
Loaf do, Solt Ciushed(ireeerving) do.
Aka, - Farina'•and. Corn iStarch. Brom.
• Cocoa, Chocolate, Vanilla '.
Citron, with Spices tif every kind&
"Sjidrm, Monid, • AdOnaantitie Candles;
°Henna and Sugar Syrup Molassea,
Loveringls, flown (milli!) , Syrup.
ifCr..:A. fresh assortment .011111 the above arti
cles, and a general :supply . of other articles
ueuallyi'kepr by; opened 'dad 'for stile
Pt 00 COW stiare monis. •" ' ' •-
• ,Tune 8.,1853. 7. W. MEW.'
AIL PAitrt, tiED: 1111110/t
•`. Ortitit'aftl*Eictiots.' '
t , FIAVF.' lust received, My Spripg, etogtC 01,
PAP*O AN,GrlNprs,. which novena ,
tind. Pride ony that hen over
- been oxiiibited in flarliste.,, reepectfultv 013-,
Ileit,acotl ! from ti,treene in mint 'of Paper Hang.,
-hags of any description. an I am confident my
Rgaprtmem far eurposeeermy: in tlie berouttit.t
'orndin stle' price 11,1111 but fewri,firle in thq
' city. ',Only hititlOPthe public fo'coll and ex . !
' ,some ! my easortrnent before; purblurointwie
:pin confident try chnate deeigii? cannot friiEto
r,fricatao. the moat faatiditrue. , 1/, II 1
oroSyr,n I JOI - IN P. I,YnE, ,
Mtir2s) cortiele„ Pa.
• I`l 1 ;'11414 triell, Flab.
f:p q ,
1 ' MI ra••;2 lie t AVA CICEREIV: iii;,ol,eti;; fin!
vd leo lehrttiobwit, g chke , whive.tuk; tomb
1 ' od'Oiti6 dbf S'ALIVION"Tr,tio IT Nirr i l •I I
gag Ivet;fie, t'Orb fin& of e`Al by t
u il le.
• N. W. C9rPY Tllrd in". ERT
a ,1- e.
~ !ROCA HZ ONG • .SHAWLS-I-JUot ~re.
v , , ceived a 'few, Long , and. , Square Brooliii
aw aisAdfithsala.lir , , ~,' , )
Go - 3V, ,LIIINCII •
ARDWAii.E..-FRESII tat 1 ,1
'THE subscriber !Prying returned from the
city would call the uttention'ot his friends•and
the public guerally to the ler& , and well se•
•lected assurtinetit of HardWaro which he has
, just received. consisting, in Inure el
G• ,Al A TERIALS,
dss,,putti,• paints, bre.'
edge, tools,' snits Arid plabee of 'oreijr
t.eit;'with file; rasps,' hkrnmers, &c.
' genolat assortment of
S II01 7 .)1A E S's SADI)HERS' TOOLS,'
together' with' 'mitrticen'. lining binding
,skind, „Shoe thread', Wee,, pegs, bitt's,iternesa
Hemming, saddlefredS, fad.
awaited, liguked aria embossed,) patent' and en r;
Easholled)leather, axles, .springs, hubs, spoke,.
Cabinet, illakrirs will find a large nesorment
of vornishes, mahogany and walnut VeneMS,
moo (ding: rosettes, hair cloth, curled hair,- 846-.
The stock Of IRON is large end:well seleg
ad, comprising all the kinds. in general use, `as
hammered and rolled fire of till Ifizes, flat, 'bar
and band irdn, 'round, srj‘fartl' and oval iron,
horse .alioe'iton alid nail 'rods, witlf a large lot
of east and' spring steel, tight& and_American
blittrort sibyl, &c: • - •
Housekeepers rind those, about commencing
will find it to their a ivantage to call Mid exam
ine our cutlery, brittania-and,• plated ware
pans, kettles, ceder, ware, baskets, &o
In addition to die above we have received a
epleddal nasertment of WA LL PAPER;
, king the stock . complete, and at sur.h Prices as
cannot fail to give satisfaction. We invite all
friends to call, knowing it will be to their own
ndvantrige. Remember the old stand, East
High Street, Cordele, P,
Oct. 12, WO, HENRY SAXTON.
TH.E_II.O_I 4 IDAYS:
KPUS KINGLE'S OLD HALL is now
and Will continuo to be supplied with the
greatest novelties up. to the close,,of the season,
-comprising in part.
of the choicest varieties, such as Fine Cand
'Toys, Jelly Cakes, Bon Bons, Gum Cordial
Leine!), Chocolate and Fruit' Drßps, Rope
Vanilla and Berm Almonds, French and 'ex
plading Secrets. Also all the commdti vane.
ties, all or which will ho sold wltolesal! ant
retail at low rates. We haveMst.received
of the latest importations such as Oranges
Lemons. Raisins, Figs, Proem Citron, Cur,
rants, soft and paper shelled ,Almonds, Fil
harts, Cocoa, Cream,and Ground Nuts. I
connection with the above thc largest assor
meet of .
TOYS AID NANCY GOODS
pf every kind front all parts of Europe, man
ufactured of wood, glass, Jdns, papier mache,
tin and India rubber,-zinc, &c., such as Fine,
Wax, kid and jointed Dolls, Sewing and Card
Baskets, Work and Fancy BC/MIN Flower
Vases, Motto Cups, Tea Setts, Music Boxes,
Port Menaies, Battle Doors, Grace [loops,
Masks, Drums, Guns, Trumpets, Dominoes,
lotto and other games, &c:, Farley Soaps ono
Hair Oils of every variety. In connection
with the above a large stock of
such as pulverized,. crushed and brown Su.
gars. of every grade. Coffee, Molasses, Starch,
(.3reen and BIQA. Teas, Spices, Butter, soda.
Sugar, Water and o.her Crackers, cheese, &c.
The subscriber returns his sincere thanke
to a generous public for the patronage - hereto•
fore bestowed on him, and hopes, by a desire
to please, to merit a continuance of the same.
P. MON YER.
Carlisle, December 7, 1853.
Cdrner of Hanover and Louther as., Cdr.
rtritig undersigned has alvVays on hand a large
stock of superior CahinerWare, in all the
ditfcrent styles, which he to prepared to sell at
the lowest prices. lie invite= attention partic
ularly to the Patent Spring. Bottom Bedstead, a
inost useful article, which entwely obviates all
objections. The hottorn can be attached to old
Bedsteads. They have given ontire satisac.
'Den to all who•have them in use.. .
IrrOOFFINS made to order atthe ehortee
Carl kin 22, 1851.—1 y.
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE
Jlu i lible' remedy for Scrofula, King's Evit
gleumatisin, Obstinate Culatierus Eruptions
Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Blotches,
Boils, c,hronio Sore Eyes,lting Worin or Pot
ter, Scald I-lead. Enlargement and Pain of the
Bones and Joii,ts,lStutiliorn Ulcers, .Syphilitic
Diitorders„Liminaho,'Spinal Cnmlllaints WM nil
Diseases arising Flom aii•inpulicious use of Mer.
cury, Imprudence in Lifu, or Impurity of the
This valuable Medicine, which has become
celebrated for the number of extraordinary
cures effected through its agency, has induced
the proprietors, at the urgent' request of their
friends, to offer it to the public, which they do
with the utmost confidence in its virtues
wonderlit curativeaproperties. The following
Certificates selecteil4om 'a large mumber, arc
hOwever: stronger testimony than the mere
word of the proprietors ; and are all from gen—
tlemen Weltknowit in their localitias and of the
highest respectability many of them residihg lU
the city of Richmond, Va. '
F. , BOYDEN, .Esq. of the Exchange Hotel,
Richmond, knolvii every witere, he9sas seen
the Medicine. called , CAlrrall'fi SPAPIBIi
TURE administered in over a !Mildred cases, in
nearly all the diumsesibr which it iu recommen.
(led with the most nstonishingly good results.—
He /IRS's , ' it is 'the most extraordinary medicine
be has ever seen. •
AGUE ./11.73 FEVEIV,--. Great Cure.—l here
by . certify that for' three S , ears I had Ague and
Fiver of the -most violent description.. I had
several Physicians, took large ellltlfilitiCBok Qui— ,
niiir,Aleveury, and I believe alt the 'nudes ad—
vertised, but all without any permanent . relief.
hot I tried Cartel's •Spanish,lllixture, two
bottles of which effectually cured me:und.l am
happy to say' I have had neither Chills or Never
since. I consider it the.beet Tonic in the world
and the only medicine that ever reached my case.,
JOHN LONGIDEN. •
.13eiver dam. near.llichmond -Va: . ' • • ,
''G B LUCK Esq flow in the city of' Richmond
anti Ibr many'years in th Post Office, has such
.confidence in the astonishing efficacy of ChKer's
Spanish Mixture, that ho has bought upwards of
60 bottles which has given sway to diteafflicted.
:Mr Luck Says hobas never known It to fail when
:taken tnicnrding to directions ‘• . : • ' .- '/ ,
Dr MINCE: iv pratitishig physican and 'fernier •
ly: of the City. lintel in the city of .Richmondl
says ha has witnessed in , a number of itistancei
.-- the efrectsosi ,parter's Spanish Mixture which
were most truly surprising, He, says. in a case
or Consumptiottodeptudent, on the Liver, the
good effects were wonderful. indeed... .1
SAMUEL M •DRINKER.ei the firm, Drink
it,r &, Morris, Richmond, was cured 'or Liver
'Complaint 'or 8 yearatibintling• by the , use of two
- botthrs'of Carter's SitanishAncture, .: ,
- GREAT t.URE-OP,SCROPULA—, The'cull7
tors of the Ilioltmend Republican hail a servant'
•emploYeß' in their :pressroom cured ,of:vinlent
Scrofula combined with Rheumatism, which -en.
tirely disabled him from work.: Twa - bottles of
Caster's Spanish Mixture made a pert /et cure or
film, and the editors hi ' public notice say they
•:"clieerfully recommend it. tit, nl I who '
- , trith , nny! disease. of the blood." :-, ' , , •
0 1 STILL ANOTHER CURE OF , SCII.OkI.
11A. , L , if hittl it Very , valeable boy cured of Stii•ofula
:byiCartissos.SpiiillstOlVliiture.:; I. onus' Ith r it truly
is val u abl e- teed kit le :James M;1 ay Io r. eland new
, onvtlie .11.1 , ..& IP. R. lt ,Go Riohmot i d Ark -
Mr Jahn Thompson , residing in the city of
'.itioionto,(l 4 :waCcurvil by,tirrpe bottles of,Carters
I , spnilialvAlixturamf. Salt ; Rlicinri t whicji beitad
nearly :0 ye-re. and which all thn p11Y4 10 4 1 1 ,3 , 0 l
•the city would:not Core,' Mr,Thoppson inn well
knownlmerpliiint,l 9 ,th e .clity, or 4,11!Apa11m,..v0.,,
A Itnil taCtsilre, Is inost,ramarkablet. , r ; 0 , •+, i
int Principal., Dettots ist , ,,M.,ITAPP,. '0 1 40 4 :gti
sCOOIIo 83,1111tujila4nnp, torltoili,,, , '.,' • ,
/1,1,:a7 , iv,tivoin 4 tqcw#,:,l%.o. kq.9,l , o*'?il
, Istmet. PiAbillolptli:k • 1 :. ' •• . :,: , „.' '' .• ' l ': '1
s wi liF4l.lrfitT; i* Agr.;o,9;l:ol9l:o";tiqkqi,)
' IrCPWßo.tYlkiY,4l#l,l: .. , J,,, •,,,,, • +.t,,•• ~.r ' • • ' • i . '
„101inkjeOrl 0 0 4Wlli,i li e l P.lCAli; 0. AxkiiViOt
.' NOWVIIIIII,IRAIII9. PiUenPb.,F.14.."4.A113;1
exorig . snowsgil•veryr re. .. , L
FRUITS AND, NUTS
• cp. , ' wt 69% ou
. . .
- 1)ollard Premium Artiste -in 'Unix.,
Inv l intoi nflfie Celebrafrd (bummerentaaii ' V ng
i'fig_cincPA"lazoiqf and, ,T,npcices. -:-:;'-,. ..,
• 'lnstructions tatlimable,Lotties, and'UenDeteeti
M melistire . their Blade W will accuracy ~..-- . Vrt.
For-Wigs; inches i'ill'ouPeccbt st-y . illti inches
No 1 The round of No ; 1, Film forehead to
•,, the , head . '. l,bacless far his -hald
2 '' V i kii - ,flirelteild' 2.' 'Over foreheinfaithr
Over - thehead to ' " osi.V4ulred . ' '
. • ti. 4 meek ' ' ' '' 9 Otfqi."the crown' of the'
; 3 From
oVertheili, ''• ".
4Frtni:eartoear ; . .„
.rOunil'the lik6lteiil •
' ' •
It ''DOLLA'RDlias'alwas redly for 'lisle' s
Aplendid stock of Gents' Wigs, Totmeet,Latifes'
IN igs 'ldf 'N't!lgs; F197.0i.5. Wait's, Curls,, ki,
beautifully manufiteeMed, Mid as cheap as' -all y
osinblishment in the Union i ,; ( , , ,...,. , .
Dollard s Ille'rbatiliiin :extract orLustrous -Hair
Tonic, Prepared: from'i Soufli , ,Ainericair Herbs'
and Ito ts, the most Successltd,arlicle ever pro
duced for preserving the hair from falling,out
Cr changing color,restoring and Prescrldok lefil
a liettphy and Inituritint state Among other rim
sons wliy . ,DollartPs hair Cutting - saloon maiiitsins
its immense Poltu!nrity iii die GM that' his TO tic
is appied to every head of !Mir cut at : his
lishincid,coniequently it is kept hi better pres
ervation bum under any known application - Ili
being thus practically tested he thousands, offer
the greatest guarantee of 'its' efficacy.
Sold wholesale and retailqn Ilia Old F.,stublisl
merit '177 Chestnut. street oppm,ite the-Stat,.
House, Philadelphia 1 .
R Hulloed has al least discovered the 'no plu i
ultra oflIA IR DVP. Mid announces it for sal..
with perlect confidence in its, surpassing ever
thing of the kind now In use It colors the Ina•
either black or brown,' (as may be desired) nit,
js used without injury to the hair or skin Mike
by stain or otherwise, csithe washed Off in to I
minutes 'after application, without iletramin i
from its efficacy Persons visiting the city at I
invited to givehim a cull • , .
Letters add - rustled to It DOLLARD 17.'
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, will receive atter,
NEW DRUG STORE I I I
South Hanover Street, Sear the Court Rouse.
- 0) J. KIEFFER, druggist, would respect
. fully inform the citizens of Carlisle an
vicinity that ho has opened a new
CREMICALEAND DRUG STORE.
His stock is entirely new, and has been selec,
ted with great cure. As ninny of the article'
in dully use . by physicituni and familieslletert
orate by age and exposure, crest care Mill Li
taken not to allow such articles to uecumnisi i
in such quantities. -
Attention is especially invited to his stock ti
Oils, Oils, Tinctures,
Wines,"Extractr,, conlectionq, Chemicals,
&e. "Together with the above he has a full
assortment of Paints, Varnishes,.Dye—Stutfa,
Paint and Varnish Brushes. and
- - _
or every variety: lie has also on hand a plea
Perfumeries, Soaps, Extracts, Fancy, Hair
Clothes and Flesh Brut;liga, Supporters,
. Breast Exhausters, Nipple Shields,
Torch Washes and Pastes.;._ alto •
MEDICINAL WINES AND BRANDIE:I
.of the best quality. SEGA RS, from the bee
'Havana and Spanish houses; of every flavor
from one cent upwards.
In order to ensure his. customers agains
mistakes during any temporaray absences
the proprietor, the serVices of an experien - cs I
and competent assistant have been secured
which will be fSlt to be important, in view r
theresponsibilities which are known to devolvi
upon the drituaift.
;Or - PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTION I
will be faithfully and promptly attended to. ,
Orders from' Physicians and Mgrannts in ihi
country. will be filled with care, and at pricer
which Must prove sititalactory, •
N B.—All officinal preparations Made it
strict accordance with the directions of the U.
A liberal' share of public patronage is res
pectfully solicited. Terms Cash.
May 11. !M. B. J. KIEFFER.
TH E subscriber wishes to draw the alien
lion of the public to heir own interest:-
which they may consult to good advantage b
'examining the elegant and complete assort
mem of hardware ot every description, whic
he is now receiving - at his old stand on Non I
We have a large supply of springs, hub I
bands, laces, curtains, and flook oil cloths an I
drab cloths, of different qualities, in fact eves
thing in your line.
We offer complete setts of veneers, knobs an
mouldings of walnut and .mahogany, to sul
both. the taste and the purse,
to splendid asses meat of tools in your linl
as also a complete stock, of building materials
such as locks, hinges, screws, latches, gloss
paints, oils, varnishes, turpentine,,,Scc. and ve t
mous carpenters tools cheaper than ever, e
has been acknowledged by a carpenter wh t
has seen them.
cannot go wrongiii giving us a call for a sup
ply_ot._hummorod,,Tteliell._olu_nnd _other ilia.
gencially used, a's ailso cast, -shear America'
and English blister sled!, e.o. &c.
OUR FARMER FRIENDS
will also consult their interestst by looking a
our chenpahovels, forko, trace chains, home!
and every other artic'e trout a .crndle to
plough,to suit 'them in price and /mina.
THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
are also invited to examine the 'quantity ant
quality now on hand of cedar ware, tubSi
churns, buckets, oils, 'such as fish, sperm .antl
flaxseed oils,. which Will be sold at the lowest
cash prices. I would also mill attention to my
splendid assortment of WALL PAPERS,
pro-outin g -a numberless variety of Patterns at
prices Irons 6 eta. upwards. Remember there
is no mistake hero, as all articles will be sob'
at the lowest cash prices at the old and welt
known stand en North Hanover agent:East
Bice, hetweeeMcGlatlghlin's Hotel and Kell."
er's flat Store. ni u ., 6 JACO33 SE3Eit.. •
• march 16
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES!
JOHN D: c!ogGits;
10117' . O ULD inform, this public that he has now
VY, •'on hand,pt his cetablishmen!, on Main
atreqt; , usixi, door to Marion, Hall; t h e .largest
nd Most complete assortment Ot
cpoK, OEFICE PARI.OUWSTO VES
to.bn found in this county, wldch will' be sold
at the lovimit prices for cash or approved credit.
His stock consists of a large assortment of uew
and highly approved ,
PATENT COOKING STOVES,
Piniflied in 'the most cpriiiiloid manner, and
colculitted for. either,wcdd or 'cisatin,,botli.'
the Old . staiklard patterns, which-lisle stpod the:
test ef, ‘eiPerience, may be
.foutul at his esttibl
litihmenf, • Also ,a greet variety of tho,most
pibved and beautiful'
II'ATILOR. AND OFFICE STOVES,„
Including n number br netv styles ; poSiessing
very superior advanniges over'theselteretolure:
%Families slid housekeepers ore respect
fully invited to give Mtn a coll. befOre'purcho
sing olSowhero. '.Stoves delivered to any' parr,,
of the connty ,
at.tne shortest notice.
He continues to do al. kinds of
' TIN AND SHEIP,T !ROM • .
and fiapper,work, and has CntletantlY On hand
.will,runheito order evt6ry,artiele re quired
hOtisiikcepere or whet stiii.thiti line. mod
in and COpper•ivere embreces every
Of' hoessehold and kitchen. utensil, ivarrantet
equal in ;the best manufactered. Persons it
yant'of articles in his line,may 'altvnys be intr.!
oFhcing ,fiecomodated to their satistection
giving him a call.. , 'loctl9
-, RIPMEAT •
ABIN El' MAltElt AN D LINDERIAICIO'
North ilipiOvdl'Alref I, and next door to Glasi' $
Vldlef; 1 1 ; a . ~; , • •
unOgroismodzeiould respectfully inlorn
tho citizens - of Carlielecond 'lb/ill:Ail:0, goner. '
be'nOw lihien•htiOß"'largo and : de
kAn't Osier: eitent' ol FUR ,
pOri of Werdrbbes,•Cerd and oilier' Tablet ,'
Sofas,' Bureaus; BedoViatto., Iploinfenalanc ,
Sewing Stands.' &c". ntatthiSetUrod of 'filo' bee'
rtioterial:and ; qiiiilfit;weitronted. ; ; ; •
Altid penernl 'aSsOrttbetit , of'CHAIRS o•
the ;lowent"przeefi," Venieltni niefe,t: ;
?hlorPlind'yitfiaitlntt'itinipily ; 'at:elided to. • • •
tro,,Coffine inhdo• at' the'ohortest no:Sce,, on '
Ithvlngta'eplendid beitreb bo'will intend Inner r
ols luwn or countey'il. ; '•[ '; • ' t;i
lltrlectniohiber IWO pext-ilopr . to
qladet‘.ltit'et:"'.i 41'0424 R AMILE Y.
.yoltr iorgit"Tot tr,.vrAir .
frorri ti tenfannvolida.
and Gilk Pap.ora %vitt tin , tseddilos:
At N SAXTON
, 9 r Ais No sitpE r -Til:1 1 (( ! ,.. All : j?e rpon
• ' '''i -l atbtit coeiniondli* liquepkeephig Old qt . h,
ii 'la" WI ' iif Ifietn l C,i,iniinitlipiißiled will
wiii* *ii'li " yii+l4l4,'' ptloole. 1 11 1 1 it". ‘99g r ce(
lyiiirb, 'Pli d,` Krityt4i - ba4' ik"? 1), ! ,:r.,' '4'lii‘
.-, ~i • .i
11 , 414 XTONt
.r,i19 1 :9 1 t., H —, 4.i% liita
1 1 I V E'irtPVIVIM .: NIi
Dl(OPEP , 4l, ' ;[ : • l l4 l)l li i _et. ( , ; * ''
, i ,
i• ~ 45.P , .i. f 41iii Llviirliu , e;•! •.,,' . , 7,7 71777 . . ..-- - tr.ln „Mr ~• ~
,c DION It:: OR NV, 1,11,t0 Os •Dattiartit,'DlS, , j ! , ~rfkrop,, , Sizes, Co :s l . l , l , l 4 ,l Milkiti Boarding
: ..PliiSk: 01,t 'Illft: 101,1N145,. AND AAA, .. l ' ~.-,, '.." Rowel and fluids. , ~,
• ~I.)lBE4s' ES muouNto Eitpm 4 ~: , , i ral apE in wept rif/a• superior Cooking Ap
. DISDRDEIIED. DlVEll.ritt,. , ~ : , A Parents aro mvited,to call at out Ware •
S ',V DAS,IA (; 11, • . house and asinine turn ildrele. For durability
of - blood
its • Coneilpation,;lnViatid, ptlesifultotr eosin - only undliMPlicity in operation it stands.
• to; 'pa lie - aul,acidily - .01 Itiliestolhaclis Onriveled. tit thas - a porleet - hut air - ventilatioit
. nausea, heartburn, disgust ler food. feint:B4.er. -,•-and moats baked its this oven will retain their
weight in the slomachose'tit•eruptatiens, sink. juice and flavor equal to that roasted betas° an
Ing or fluttering ut the pit of the stemuch,. open fire. Meats and pastry cooked at the
invimmlogl of the, head, hurried.. ainlidifficult sumo time without one affecting the other. It
will supply sufficient he'ated air to heat addi
, breathing,- flutteringiiitttliiiiiictiet, choking or
' a u ffo'catingaensalions when in wlylrig Portiere, ional Norris for the coldest. weather.. tlt has
flues', dad is equally
dimness of: vision, dole or wolis-butore'•the no descending or return
well adapted! to bituminous or common hard
clual. , ; The steam valve over the boiling part hi.
,'sight, faver',and dull pain hi the' head,
the Ittinge carries oil the steam .and scent of
• teneY 01 . Retspirution, yellowness 0r the' ‘ liiiili
oral eyes, Palo in the side, back, cilthiliPlObt'!' conking, as Well as heat in sum met% •
Ste., sudden flushes, el
• Itest, burning Il i'*the • Every Range suld warranted to gi.vo satiable
, flesh, constant inffiginings of evil, end groci lion, or no expense to the purchaser: '. ..
depression of spirits„ ' • 'HAYES' VENTILATOR
' CAMBE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY , ' ' ', ' Pfi ' lefitOd October, 1848, •
DR. HoorLArawsr , ' For Public Bails, Factories.' Railreind'Cars,
•- ' ' '. r e Flues, Ships, Stedmeis, .c. .
' "ELEGRATED • GERMAN BITTERS - Pure air is it subject - claiming' the attention
' Prepurcu by • ' of every indiVidual, and all buildings thoold he
DR,' C; M. JACKSON,, ~ . provided' with'the proper means of ventilation.
No. 120 Arch Strect,_lffi'lladelphia,., Also, a powerful
Their power over the .above diselises is not Warming and Ventilating Furnace,
excelled, if equalled, by any other preparutiee For Bioellings. School Houses, Churches; Balls,
in the United ,Stutes, asi the nitres attest, in ••, !Stores, Factories, 4 . c. .
many cases alter skilful, physicians had failed.
•i- A large assortment of Office, B all and Cook-
These 8111 ,, f4 are worthy Alio uttention•oi . , ~. ~, , Grates;
, tiives, rartor Reg isters,dite --'
'lnvalids. Possessing great virtues in the rec.
1 1,V g holesale and Retail. • '
Lilienthal of diseases of the' and lesser • RAND St STAYER,
B exorcising the must searching , pinv,ers •
'lrrpiriionai a B tei l l ' i o i ' i l n /L :iv i t I n h t 4 n7v et itrm P i h n i g ia a • n
in weakness and effections of the digestive or
guns, they/ are withal safe, certain and pleas-
ant. . °vonMing both public and private builaings.
READ AND DE CONVINCED.
Testimony of the hiyhesa‘characier ! BON.
GEO. STROOP, Judge of the District. Court in
'fluodund's German Bitters' has been In use in
but Mime ever ayearpist,oed to the astonish
ment of many has performed, wonders.' We
may notice a few instances that have ..come
under own infirm:little notice:—almost every
'poison who has slapped at the hotel of Wm.
Lackey, one year since, predicted mon his ti
niuciated. countenance rind 'debility, that Ira
could nut live much longer. lie was unable
to attend to his buiness, and for the greater
Part of dm time confined to his room. We rec
ommended him to try the German Bitters; he
did, arid to the surprise ad] his blends he is
now able to attend to his mind business and
perform manual labor. The ease of Henry
Asper a atone mason, whom nu one supposed
would ever recover front the debility of his
system, but was looked upon as fast approach
Mg the glove, took eight ur nine b.,ttl o , of the
Bitters during the lust winter, rind .this sum.
mei- he has been flu the surp?ise of all who
knew his case] following his trade. The cane
of William Murphy is no less astonishing.—
Ile too was so far reduced as to induce the
general belief that the grave alone would be
his only remedy. Mr,.Laclrey recommended
hint to try the Ireofland's German Bitters; he
is pow 'apparently, a welrman, and able to do
a hard, day's work. We could mention malty
other cures of a similar character. if it were
necessary: I myself derived much benefit from
their use. I lit.ve given considerable of it a
way, trot for •your benefit alone, but to relieve:
suffering humanity, end let mu assure yeti
dm *used to see the happy result. To the
afflicted we say, try them fairly and will
These Bitters aro Worthy the attention of
it.valida, poesess.ing great power in the recto-•
ration of a healthy notion of the liver and the
lesser glands, giving tone to the stomach end
nervous syttem, nruViringing the sysiedt gen
orally to a high.stutice, health.
Fur sale by S. W. Ilitverstiek and S. Elliott;
Carlisle; Ira Duy, Mechanicsburg; J. H. Her
ron. Newvillc; J. S. Altic, Shippensburg, and
by dealers in medicine every where.
THE subseribers, in addition to their exten
sive - Grocery, have connected therewith an
AG RIC: ULTU RAL WAREHOUSE and
SEED STORE, 110, Market street, near the
railroad, Harrisburg, Pa., and ore ['revered to
fill all orders, by wholesale-and retail, of all
kinds of Agricultural Impleln me, Vegetable
and Flower Seeds, &c. Country merchants
with reasonable discounts to sell again.
II orse-troWers and threshers, whent•d rill's
and seed-planters, plows, harrows and cultiva
tors, fodder, hay, and straw-cutter,; - grain fans
corn shelters, vegetable_ cutters, hand grain
mills, clover spellers, horse rakes, churns,g rind
stones. and improved luignigs, hay, straw and
martinr forks, farmer's boilers, on yokes and
bow, patent bow pins, cow chains, spades, hoes
and rakes, post diggers, wheelbarrows, arain
cradles, seythesand scythestones, potatiie grog's
post augurs, axes and hatchets, grain bags,
grain innavres, garden trowls; pruning had
buddi i,g Itntives. grass and grain sickles, screw
wrenches, pincers and gintidets, rot and mole
traps. cattle cards and horse, brushes, curry•
combs, garden reel. , , cow bells, whilfldtroes,
guano, plaster, polldreljO, bone dust, limo, gar•
den, field and flower seeds. ,
Alen, a largo and fresh assort mentmf GR
GERMS, TEAS, &c., all cheap for cash. ,
BOY bt. HALL.
Krtmain and preduce.of ail kinds . received
n exchange for implements.
Apra I 3,
DRUGS DR UGS I DRUGS
rreshe t Sprinz . Supply . !
I.itA VE jos: received a 'rest' stuck of Med•
ici nes - , , Ili t a," Glass, 0i1,.& which
having bl)-4)11 purchased with great care at the
best e y ity houses, I can confidently recommend
to Fainlies, Physicians, Country 'Merchants
and Dealers, as being fre'sh and pore.
Patent 'Medicines, Horbsand Extracts,• i
, jli'ine homi eats,'Spicos,ground and whole
Pure Essen'; Oils Perfumery, &e,•
Cod Livei• Oil—WarrantcdliGeTane. ~
Log and Cam Woods,
. I Oil Vitriol
WotherilL ' & Brother's, Prof° Lead, Chrome
Green and Yellow, Paint and Varnish Brushes',
Jersey' Window Glass, 'Linseed Oil, 'Tarpon-'_tine, Copal and coach Varnish, and Red Lead,
All of which will be sold at the very !owes'
Market price, *1136,1% freehand, splendid as
aortmont or• ~
NCY CO.ODS,;FR CPUS .
Confectionary. and innumerahle other articles
eilculnted for vse and ornament, allot wl.ich
are offered at the towed cash, prices, at tho
cdterrprug , 13.e01r.99d Fancy Store of the sub
scriber en North Hanovor street.
S. IV,, tinvr,n§ricK.
Mny 28 1851
ST:DDLD, AND kiII,RWE,SS NAKNG
. ; •
HI subscriher Ocifitinuca to carry on the
,Obove business, ite all it svartous branches, ,
Tit NOrth 'Hanover street, Carlisle, two' doors
N,or,th of Veonard's' earner, where ho intends'
keeping on hatid agetiertil'esoortmotit in his lino,
Consietieg.dr nil kinds of 'ffish
• r ionable 'BAUBLES; 'Bridle
\ tiinithignies, Girt fli,C,lreifigle
la\ , also .gioin"
t(k\\lllohing and seddle VI
niantiffreintoo thernost apprcivod
• ' p l iatiish,B•prtfig• - Saddle.i, ever
' . toed ',in th'dso'
, wishing a handsome; duiablinand plptifinnt sad•:;
die will do well to call and tied them. "Ile also
_ntnniiineturee lierne.s% Bridles, Collnre find'
Whips in till'their!varietiee r tit4eonfidenily be.:
Heves front tho4oneral approbation of his cue
touters. th at , l ie Take, menrest and hest
gears',.in alt't re' 'variety 'of breadth; thni is
Nadu in the aqt tatry:"' HO'ttlentnakett all hinds
‘lntraisen tot drder,' viKt Straw; Fluek;Curt
tind'Spriegdlietrnsiett.' All the above!
urtlblee will lib iNttlte of the Vent• matetittl , nfid
on a With the utinant'definntrh.
'"itrl44v' ' 'OBBOR'N.
is , nbw %slide 'up ttlm
of Fashionable and filltbatantial Clinbing wliiul
he will sell as climitillnot cheaper than pay est
tablislinient Thdietock will
;i, •1.7 • 'l, • oi ;•t ,, T
, r 1 ;/ ~,,, r'r•J • r
F'in'oIDRESSICOATSi , „
' SACK I
j• ' •
1 , 11 , 0
• • ,Thaelblhinglwilli tie made nut Mitotic-be
.ctheJtest,quality of goods: cut out byraMexpe
rienoed , and good -cutter- end-the work-got
„ e l ate iitow'on . ,hend pi
.01 orchoibeeldthlb g i,
fierreek- Actuloid.shind.ori East iNfaUtieet;
, • 1,111)11.:i It IL elAlt.rfUli 439 y.
oitit.`Aoura,tounentv : .
. HAYtlf PATENT
OY,VDT` I I9I' # I R RANGP
DAVIS di. CILLIBTI
, Denlerp in
-- Lampsi - liarterhs — and - Chundeliers.
Corfier Fourth and Cherry . Bts., Phila.
gg AV I N G enlarged and itnproved their store,'
Rand having the largest nsbortnient of lamp,
in . Philadelphia, they are now prepared to Mr
', nigh Camphine, Flue Oil,
Ethereal Oil, `Phos , „, ,, one Gas and Lard
Lamp - s.tLanterns of all paterns, Fancy Hotel
and Hall Lamps, Chandeliros, G wand°les and
.Gandelabrns,mnd Brittailin Lamps,at the man..
ulacitirers lowest iiriees. Glass Lamps by the
package, ni a small advance over auction pri
ced. Being large MA N UFATPUREItS of
line Oil, Burning Fluid', Ethereal Oil, Alco
hol and (the only lime) Phosgene. Gas, they can
furnish these articles at such prima that Mer—i
chains will find it-to their advantage to buy.—
Call beim.° going elSewhere, if you went bar
gains. Also the Safety Fluid Ba - np for sale.
October 5. 1853—1 y
WH DLESALE and RETAIL
at the •• Philadelphia Watch
. and Jewelry Store," Number
911 North Second Street, correr
of Quarry, Pldadelphia.
„.o._ • Gold Lever Watt hes, lull
.7 7 , TrAtt.ol jewelled, 18 carat cases, 8:10,00
Gold Lepine, 18 carat cases, $24 00
Silver do jev els, 9 00
'Silver Lever, fitlljtvelled, 12 00
Superior Q outliers 7 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fine Silver Spectacles, 1 90
Gold Bracelets, 3 00
Ladiee,' Gold Pencils, 1 00
Silver Tea Spoons, eel, 5 00
Gold Pros with Pencil and Silver Holder, 1 00
Gold Finger Rings 37i-cents io 88; Watch
Glosses. plain, 121 cents ; Patent „Hi ; Lunet,
3 5 ; other articles. in' proportion:' All goods
warranted to' he what they are sold for.
STAII FFER. & HA RLEY,
.Successors to 0 :Conrnd.
On Innd.BolTlC Gold and Silver Levers and
Lopines,Aill lower than wove prices.
3. E. GOUZD,
[succEsson . TO A ~F 1 T.]
No. 164 Chestnut St., Stoaim's Pia/ding, Phita
rI.XN EN 81 VE Alusic Publisher, and Deal.
er m Musical lnstrumenta of every de.
Exclusive agent for t le sale of Ilallet. Davis
Eg' Co'd Patent Suspension Bridge JEohan and
L. Gilliert'sßoudoir Piunus. Milincle,ontt.'"Ainr•
tin's, Guitare, Ilurps, l tolihs;4 Sher! Mosul,
Music Bookt-, &c.
Residents of the country will be i.upnlied by
_otherwise 0 itli ni,,usie they Willy wish,
as low . bs if • purchased in person. I - laying one
Of the largest stocks in the United States; i
feel confident M. satii-lying-- all-who may k lavor
me wits n call or order.
Dealers in Music bupplied on the most littera
terms. Pianos to let. • Second-hand Pianos for
.thav 20 1853 Iy)
7INC PAIN T'S, one third cheaper than
'Whitq Lead, and free from all 1;06%310as
Tialities--'lle New Jersy ; inc Company Um/-
mg greatly enlarged their Woults ana in preyed
the quality of their . products, aid . ()tenured 'to
execute orders for their superior Pahtts, Dry,
and k Lon tid in Oil, in assorted - garages ()Hymn
25 t 0.500 pounds. A Isti — dry; . in.barrels of 200'
pninids each. Their - White' - Ziuc, whi t is
sold. dry or ground in 0i1,..i5. ‘lvorrant pure
and.unsurpat.ed for body and Milton
ness. A teethod of preptiratienJos recently,
been discoyered which enables thoicompeny to ,
warrant their Paints to keep"„ireekand snit in.
the keg.; for any reusoneble 'time,' In' this,re.
specs, saute Paints will be superior to any oilier! .
in Abe marker. Thier Brent' Zinc Paint.',
which is sold at a low price, and which can MAY
lie [nude froM the Zinc oroi front New Jersey, ,
is now well known Our its pratreliiie
when appli e d to trim or other metalie suilaces.
Thdir Stonecolor Paints possesses all the pro.
pertieeof the Ilioksni and is of nn agreeable
color for painting Cottages, Depots,
dings, Bridges. etc. • . '
Drillers supplied on liberal terms by their
NU:NCH - It RICHARDS,
' Wholesale Paint Deallrs and Imparters.
alrl2-sm. N W cer. Inth & Market . sts.. Phila.
STRAW 'GOODs.;-SPRILVG 1E154,
rl'llilf.,,riubiwribersare now prvaredtitexhiblt
tit their Splendid New PArteulishment•just
coMpleted . rm the site of their fernier. stand,
No. .41 SMITH StCoND'STREET, .
• , PHILADE,LPHIA;
an entire new - end beautiful stock of Straw,
Fancy aturSilk Hornets, and Flare, Flhwers, ,
&c: and Panama, knltn'and Summer liars for
Gentlemen, which our 'old petroritt; Merchants
stpd MtllhMrs are invited to examine
confidently pTomising them, in extent, in varie•
ty, in nryeltY, and in styles. arstrtek pnenuallect.
~6r,oraera,eurefully and promptly.execut ed.'
nifo22-3u, THOMAS & CO. ~
The Allen and gnat Ponnebornugh i Muttial
Fir!) Inauruhee Company of Cumberlul] aoun-i
tY.;ineorpoOted by an Aef`of Assembly; is,
nMv, fully, wrgunizod, end An operation' under,
the management of the following conintiaakin ,
era, viz: '
Daniel Bailey., William R. Golgoo; Michael
Cocklin, fßolchoir Brenneman, Christian Stay.
man, Jolint C. Dunlap, Jecolt H. Coovor, Levyt,..
flyer. Henry Logan, Benjamin H. Mueeer, la-,
coliltlummk, Joeeph Wickcrehant, Alexander
TIM rat of insurance nreme lOW 'end favor.
u'ltla lie any, Company of the kind
,in'llip e Stale ,
Pe ! rfione , - %Well elm, pcouric;,'m'citibora are' irl '
vited to make application to Theingenta of the
• ompany, ',who are willink to, 'mitt 'upon llittM
at any•tiele. ' . ,
BENJ. II :ROSSER Presidint.'
Henry LOGAN,. Vice. , ,,Prfaidene '' ' t.,
, , .-. _ .- 1 Limi la flyer, /Secretory.' :
.. ilichaeiCocklin. 7reesercr.,„,.• , ,
, l l AGENTS. ~, , • , - ,
•'• ' '
''' Otmberctind County.—liudnlph Milian., 'lt
;Curnherlan LC B. Herman: Ilingetawh'y flee-
Ity .: &arm , Shirernanstown 13
v. Cluirlen •i,II,
yarDele ; 3 r. J. Ahl,' Bliprehtnivn i 'Samuel
,Grehom, West Pennehgrouglit JaeoeB SiteDotki.
ml,,Franlcfred ; Node, tlr,111)0; p i ii,,4tli;j44lole.
ton; Samuel Come, t Ilenjamlit Haveretick,
.Meekaniciiburg I; rJolitt , Sherrick,liebern ; Dd.
ilid Coovei ; Shepherdetorn. 0..,° 1 :;, ,-;,..•: !
"'"',fork lunry:—Jolin Elowmail, • .Dilleburg i
,rpter Wol rd, Fraleklfrit 'Jelin't Smith, , :Eviii,
Washingcolt ; W. B.'Tickingy Doviiir tr.} W
Pr,'ll . t, PaVylerb,,,, l i. ', • . . , .. ..
... ~ i l'
~ ,: i rfarre,o4t9,—Ermilr f & toclimni!i . •, .• . I .i
0 ~ Momhero of the ',company Itiqleg ', ppliiilep'
•adnut toloxpiro ealt,ihave. there rititatved bjr
Milking apPlieutiori litany ofthe agi!afp,,,,.;,- 1 „
" :Vuv. 24;151. ._...r1. ~1,,,,:,,:,,ii :;.• ~0 , ;,,f , C ,
;k) 1; 1i( fit,ll4 l'it ' ,l; I) i . 4 r h 'Mt, A 10,...1..
1/ I COirilier.l*'
.! •• ".PANIKOIRITE,”
... . .
~ .ROCK. ROSE
An iiiabto :Remedy. for.:4l.ScrofulonS
I Pu4 c . lit .d G i ; q u e n (lancer, .Pu i r t
sl e ng A t m or V S Sl 4ctu il tr d.
a and 'General' Dubility, and as a
Purifier or the .Blood it is
Uncqu4lleie. ' '
The .Rock Rena has 'gained o reputation at.
hoine and abroad, which-no other medicine
has ever'.•done • in the sonic lehgth of time.
•Actiording 'to the opinions of eriiinent Phyeir
crane; the Rock Itos6, Plant is mieqOalled in '•
Curing ~ S crofula in Its Various FermOt
STATEMENT OF REV. E. R.' WARREN,
(PootOr'of the 2(1 Baptist Church,New London,
reliative to Myers' Extinct Rose.
• To The American Public. •
As my name..hos been used, in connection
with recommendations of Mr. Myers' Rock
Rose Syrup, in various advertisements by the
manufacturer, I beg leave to inks the follow
ing Statement with reference tO my acquaint.
acre with the remedy and tests to which I Imes
subjected it, and the reasons for having intro.
duced it to the notice of prime friends in the
community in which I reside, long before the
medicine was advertised.. I make 'this stete-
. merit freely, because 1 have, es a principle,
withheld any name from all. patent medicines,
and sedulously abstained from carom memling
them to.the public), believing them frequently
the spawn of quackery and humbug,'ond en
tending - to increase, instead of lessening huinuu
disease, and suffeinig. Such, I Mar; in the
character of a large portion of the patent pana
ceas of this Medicine making ugri. '!Their
name is legion," and from their influence, an
fionr the — denumiaca s nirts, nave r \ coson
to pray for a safe deliverance.
The Firet Test. l had myself suffered oc-
casionally with sudden attacks of Sick Head
ache, and Bithous Diarrhea, and I had sought
a great variety of curative agents to but little
purpose; and suffering from 'this diseaSe (diar
rhea) nt this time, I determined.to test the new
Syrup first upon myself. The results were be•
yond my expectations. was a powerful
alterative, and the morbid action of the aystem
was changed, and the functions of secretion
were restored to a healthy state. It gave tone
and elasticity to my system, and corrected the.
derangement of the digestive organs, and gave
me that inestimable blessing—health. This
test was not determined in a week, or a month;
but 1 took four or five battles in perhaps as
many months. Since that time I have suffer
ed but slightly from these derangements. Illy
Sick Headache is entirely Cur ed.
Other Tests.—Fiuding this medicine so use
ful to myself, I. at once gave it to several inva
lid friends. About this time, I was earnestly'
solicited to give advice in reference to a child,
some eight years if 'age. This child was
severely afflicted with a, Scrofula humor, of a
very severe typo, the humor showing itself on
all parts of the surface, and then suddenly dis
appearing.. The child was very sick, and it
was thought dontit ra whether she would live,
The humor resembled black - specks of mortified
flesh. In addition to same other remedies, a
gave the child this Syrup for about six weeks,
when she hod sufficient strength to go oat to
actiocil occasionally. The swelling of lA. limbs
ceased, and sbe was restored to health. The
family feel that they awe her life, with God's
blessing, to my remedies.
'this test satisfied one that the Rock Ruse
possessed specific powerq for Serofidens hu
.. more. I then tested it in cases of Canine 3:s
Eruptions, in Illeaslcii; Chicken Pox. Cane iv,
Sure Mouth, Erysipelas,Salt Rheum, Piles, Ike
In all these cases with perfect success. Alta(
testing this . Syrup for More than u year, I
• wrote Mr. Myers (Okobrir 7th; 1850) enthuel•
astic4lly, not expecting my letter would he
published, that his Sy rup was a ..Pankorite
all:hea/fiig, and I gave him the result of its
operations in several instances. I sta'ed in
that letter that it was invaluable as a remedy
in Cutaneous 'Eruptions, Erysipelas, • Salt
Ithminn. and ether disorders, included in the
viiried faintly of diseases known or Scrofula,
&e.: that in Dyspepsia-it acted with wonder
ful efficacy." My opinion of ifs value for - the
above named diseases, remain unchanged, end
the same as when I wrote Mr Myers in Oct.
1850. Ido not recommend it for all the ills
of our suffering humanity ; but I unhesitating.'
ly soy, that as a remedy forScrofulowi race
(inns I fielieveit superior to any known cura
tive agent. • -
It has been sufficiently tested by domestic
practice to establish its adoption to extensive
usefulness in mitigating_huniansuffering and
But Whdt is the Hock Rose?
The following hilitory of the Rock Rose
plant. and its medicinal properties, we Juke
from the New Haven PalladiuM', Al,arch 11:152,
"The increased interest manifested in the
Rack Rose plant, in consequence of; the many
wonderful cures effected by Myers' Compound
Extract of Rock Rose,' calls for a brie!' history
of it, in order to correct any cyrooe nvopin.
ion that may have been entertained(' encere
ing ; and nisei° set in o true light the na
ture of a plant which promises to bu univer
"We are endebted In the "United Stales Die
pensatory of 1847, for the following doevrip
lion of it.:
" It IS entirely different from tIM common
Rose. It is a red.stemined, oblong lca: plant,
buying a bitter taste. In addition to remark
able peculiarity of the.Adant, of bearing two
crops.of flinvers in one season, it also has 4110.
ther interesting and beautiful propoity.
Dr. Woo says, thatlin thP months of Nns
vember. and December, he bus seen hundred
pt these plants, sending out near their roots,
broad, thin, curved ice-crystals, about an inch
in.breudth: which melted during,the day, and
were renewed in the morning.;': For a more
Minute nnd uulhenliatl description of it,"the
render is referred to Toney and Gray's Datan.
Its IYledical History and Properties
Aro far the mdat impditunt, since upon' didso
deponkiti value to the community. Dr, Lou.
don says 'that in 1799,11. Wus no 'valuablo in
Englund, that it was cultivated ruin scede.
Eior shwa 1806. Professor Ivue of • Yule Col
lege. has habitunlry used it•with greutsuccuus‘
in Scrofula and Chronic diseases, min through
hint its virtue+ were inuilo known; until, an Dr.,
Tyler soya, "it is' now in this:section(New
'Haven) u common article in domtetic uraatice
fur the ouro of Scrofula end Cutaneous cis.
0814 VP:' • :
Dr. Whitlow; n Sc&ch Botanist of notoriety,
while trilielling in_ America in IRI4, Warned.
Its usa in' eunuch. 'Returning to'England, he
cinploycd it in medicating 'hie bathe, which
become grently'colebratcd for the cure ofsimi
Dr. J. H. Thompson, of the porno place, pre
seribrd.it. in, had ousts . Sei9fuleus lintients
Wilk' Hospital, Ills success' ottrecred rho
attention of senior phySiblons, Ara,Sevorts the!
'following 'remarkable COSO id' white swefiing of
the .hip, in February, 1614 we's ,
seven years ola; — ond had the disease 'lhree
years. Tho'bone was dislocated both upward;
end outward. ,Thera,,wss
, the bin feuding to the tionei•intii,whieli I entail'
I,l , ireill'iny finger. I congaed:three ulo,is',. lle
• :bad, been Under' several
given bier up., Y prriciedi'decoetien of
_ Ross two days. his-nigh tsweetti eriaaed
then Arrived 9 teaspoonful 9 oc c too three;
ti mes a day, Thirty•trine days after he was
entirely. iislk •• ,• , •
Del 'Weida,. of. Madison, CI;, tesillics• IO lira
'3lll.l'o'er Rilek'Rose, as evinced in the cure of
,pinnorotie easel of the Scrofula, eaFeclallv in
" - •
binntifactured ic.Co., Novi,
• Me:' Werra:lb : though a minister of the Goat
pel, fora" period , of .15 'Years', giveivetten:
thin' 6 the snhiCCt:df•iiiedieel 80106003 e vial.
t 4 edininl?'tett i the siOt, In connection
. with his nestoral duties.' ' •
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• • . CONNEAUT, Feb. 3,1853.
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POLIA I . I ILOOKS.
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