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u tti I •
.!.. , • Nosy for tho Caterpillars. •• •
-Those of our formerowholive,no-fenfly,foi
thee r drtnin, acid htvetintiern desire to'gest
rid them,;.thoulti lbsti , 411 . 3 0 to '
' ' offer/it:the mentmer extirpation, . Now when
the' nests are iminparativoly and small,
they can be
,:tiestroyedlyrithilittle trouble, A
gOud'etrong dorn broom thrust into their
itatiorni,girugit,atlivietorfifp; will generally
settle the "ceotint them;
, but , repeated
thrtiPitat may sometimes be
.fiecteseary: to deiltroy
the whole. When the baterpillar - is left until
a convenient' season presenta,,i(Xelf to attack,
it, it is frequently spread over. onedialf the
title, making its 'dislodgment to . ' be p difficult,
if not next to nn impossible job. Take them.,
therefore, in their infancy, While they ar3 few
and helpless, and it will be soon . all over with.
thep.—Gerpiontown TeQraph. .
' A farmer in the Rural New Yorker recotm
mens ashes for corn plants,, in preference to
plaster. Ile says, "I had r a few bushels of
plaster which I put upon the corn as far as it
would go. I then skipped a few rows, and
upon the remainder put unleashed ashes. The
result' was, that the corn upon which I put
nothing was not 9 0 good as that upon which I
pat plaster. nor so good as that upon which-I
put ashes. Ae the soil was es nearly - as - pea ,
Bible alike, the same quality of seed, receiving
the same ore; I can account for the difference'
in no other way than by reasoning that plaster
is better than nothing,' ashes better than plas
Bush Your Tomatoes
It is just as sensible to grow peas without
btishing thorn as it, is tomatoes. You may
grow both in a slovenly sort of a way, if you
have plenty of room on the ground: but you
can grow either twice ,as well upon something
to : support them, and tomatoes are decidedly
better grown up in the ai'r, than near the
ground, under the shade of a mass of vines.—
The best support for a tomato vine is a short
bush set firmly in the ground. The branches
have room to spread among the limbs and
sapper; the fruit.• The plan is much better
than tying to stakes and trimming according to
our experier. We have tried both ways. -
Damage from Insects
It is estimated by the most experienced ag
riculturiets in the country, that the span worm
and chtapillar damagtrour crops to the amount
of $100,060 annually. More damage is done
by these insects to America,-than all the com
bined armies and navies of Europe have per
pet'rated from April to November. The dam
age committed in France, in one year upon
wheat, grapes and potatoes by these insects is
estimated as greater, than that which would
pay Napoleon's campaign to Moscow.
To keep Birds• from picking Fruit
As the season is coming on for the &pre-
dations of birds, I beg to report my experi
ence of last year, when I saved my cherries by
hanging up several pieces of tin with strong
thread, in the different trees, twolffeces being
hung near enough to clash with tho wind,
while the bright reflection of the tin in the
sun, certainly frightened them away; arid. I,
bid, my due share of fruit, which, the preced
ing year, I was obliged to relinquish to them.
8o says a New Jersey farmer.
ger Tho Editor of the Newark ll'erald is
evidently short of "phunds," and in stirring
up his patrons says:
."We cannot help thinking how much easier
an editor's life might be mado, if hiszencrous
patrons could only hear his "better half'
scraping the bottom of the flour barrel! A man
that can write editorial with such music soun
ding in his ears, can easily walk the telegraph
wires and turn somerseta in the branches of a
Otores nub „91)ove,
BOOTS AND mons
, THE subscriber hits now on hand 'a very 1 tensive and well selected stock of BOOTS ,
and SHOES, which he will sell
imusually , leve prices. PurchitslL bm.
ed`from wholesale resters, at low
rates, he can - offer such induCentents to purcha
sers as will , make it their interest
establishment. Ho has every article in Him
Hoot - isuctShee linci—for Ladies or Gentlemen's'
wear—he therefore, deems it unnecessary to.
particularize. in - Pereons ,iesiring good and
eheallgoods are invited to give him a call.
April 12 W.. SHELDON.
ANOTHER GREAT ARRIVAL!
SPRING Er, SUBDUER DRY GOODS
At the Storo of N. W, WOODS.
the Great Mart for Dry Goods & Groceries
THE subsotiPer respectfully informs his
friends and timorous customers. that he has
returned from Philadelphia with a large and va
ried assortment of Spring and Summer ,Goods,
°noising in port of
odey ed black and fancy eilke,blfck and change
alpacas, burages, barage de Wire, moue.
de ege, bombazine'', plain, figured and chang
eabtllle pontiff's', lar/ne,ginglawns,'shavvle,calicooa
gloves, hosiery, 'Sze. , r
.. . ,
GENTLEMEN'S' DRESS GOODS.
such as find black arid brown French Cloths,
blank Doeskin and fancy Cassiineres, tpilin 'lino,.
faribY'Vestings, black and Italian fancy •Cra-:
vats ? 'stfspenders, gloves, &c. ' ' '
.1 - IATS AND CAL'S,
A largo assortment, of Men's and Boys'
,MI nts a d Capsemnbracing, every, style and qua
lity. Iso, a large and varied assortment of
F' 'Oa Is, Bonnets and Ribbons,
leached and. unbleachdd Muslin& Checkb,•
Tickings, limits, Drills.Table-dinpord,•Buggif,g
Oirifiburgs, tawling, table-linpps, bcc.
BOOTS AND •StlD-E'S.
iTh di ild rerr largee
Sho of. Men
J s omen's - and
os, on W nY• L ind and.
Bitzikin Shoes at very low priees. ,', • i . ~,, i
Si4dered and White CV
I pmT, clim.N.
•,., i- Gil. ocE, 1 ES, '. , 1 -'1 - ,
'A lure aysortment of S such
ati(Sugar g , Co ff ee, Molatises,Rieb.;: ROCEßlE Tene't ;
All Who visit our. eetablishieent' are free to
ttiltifewledge that wd are selling' Foreign 'tinil'
Domestic Dry Goode, Boots, Sboes;&c, need!
to iehtnglY low prices! 'Our IoW-pOicee'haVe
akUtilyeetracted a laign number u' people.. '
he attention of all who wish gooirbergaleti
isy(eited, as great inducements ti•eti'ffe'Ufliti:ed . ,
' on 't forget 'the 'bid stand, Hufficitieh's eor
niii;:isft:orth Hanover Street,.. ' ' '''''.. ' , , ',
'Butter, Eggi, Reim and Soap Wien il f iiitittier
pipes, ' , ' IsI":"W, Ar0p0b§.,: ,, .. !
;Spring Awl' Summer 'lH[ll,oo7,l'
y,te , 5.r.0 4 Y414; . :411Li.114 !t,;
..LTi r to the pahlic that she„ line just •Spencil,e,
beautiful and extensive assortment' Of Sprfng .
and,Oprnmer Millinery, at her stand opposite
'Arnoldo store, in Machanicsbargq;, Shy, tenaw
, prepared; to, suit, the taste
of ,ladies, who. may .favap
i4W77,4"':• , '• her with their •oustom.,es
her,•etock of Crape Bon-,
• Remand cheap flonnets,ol
. —.„ •. ” , kinds, Silk, f ' • < Flowers, •Trirautinga, Ste, ;
,cannot excelled. „SA°,
keltto keep pn halide cap . cellars, ndetr.,
• sleeves, hankerchiefs and Mti
Mitts, • Her assortr,
truant ; of fancy articles cannot lull t.a please 'her
custaniere: -Ladies are invited i to call and see
far themselves before buying eiseoore.. Prices
vpasonable. • • •
. "" ' 'FAIIIIIERS,, XCIOICHO4O4::."riI
Forks, Scythe. &laths and' shaking Forks,lo
os Grain and GraselScytheser the best , man.
(actor°, warranted good and very obenp; , tte•
• he Old Stand, North klanover.straet.Xqrlislel
"May 1 7- JACOB SENER.,
zsttaCcl(L 11cttu i.
iioilard, a.'ram ftl
.4avenior of yieCelebr ,
; Wig atia,giereticl7 ,
Ins(rpcluolis in enuL
Co Measure Ihcii• head.
No 1 The round of
2' From. forehead
: over ; the heed to
3' Friona car td oar'
over the top
: ear to 'ear
It . .1501.A.A. has, tiikvaytt ready ;for
•Splendid stoek.of Deists* Wiga r ToupeehlinttW
Wigs; half Wigs, Frizots, Braids, Curls; :&9'
4beautifully manutactinedouid : tuccheap . .its,ini,j,
stablishment in . the Union • •
Dullards Illerhatiium extrnot or Lustrous Ilan
. Tonic, premirell . :Parn , Sonth' A Merit:Mt herbs
' and Ito ts, the most successful article ever pro
ticcd,for'fliretterVing tho .Ifairftro,,
or changing color, restoring anal : preserving -it in
a healthy mid luxuriant state - -Among other re ti
. 110119 why thillardhiliair , cutting-saloon maintains
Its immensd popu!arity lathe fact that' his To sic
is tippled to every head of hair...eut at hisvestalr.:
lieliment, consequently it As kept in better pal 6. 1
ervatin is than under any knOwli'aPplication
being thus practically testetl+v thousands, offers
the greatest gtiarantee of its efficacy.
Sold wholesale and . retail lds Old Eitabliidi
menl 177 Chestnut street opPoilte the,State
licittse;'Philadelpitia ' ' ' • '
It Dollard has at least - discovered the 'ne , Phis
ultra of HAIR. DYE and announces if foi;
with perfect conhtlencd in its i 3 yr; set tjg
thing of the kind now in.uie It colbre the 'ham
either black"or, brown, (a's, May . deeireil) ani;'
isruseil withotit_injury to_ the -
by .stain or otherwise, can he washed -off tit fen
minutes after iipplibittion, Without: detracting
from its efficacy Persons visiting the city are
invited to give Win a call
Letters. addriesSed. to R DOLLARD,. .177.,
theetnut street, Philadelphia; will-reecho shell
tion. Jan 2, , IX ,
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE
THE GREAT PURIFIEHIr THE. BLOOD.
Not a Particle of Mercury in it: -
.411 bid remedy for Scrofh In , K ing's Eva,
• Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutatterus. Eruptions;
Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Blotches,
Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or 'Fet
ter, Scald Bet!, Enlargement end. Pain of the
Bones and hunts, Stubborn Ulcers,. Syphilitic
, Disorders', Lumbago; Spinal CoMplaints mad all
Disentes arising from an injudicious use of Mer.
enry, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of ,the
Patin valuable Medicine, which has become
celebrated for the • number of extraordinary
cures effected through Its agtney, has induced
the . proprietorg,'at the urgent request of their
friends, to offer it to the public, which they do
with the utmost confidence in its virtues and
wonderful curative properties. The following
certificates selected from a large number, are
however. stronger testimony than the mere
Word 'of the proprietors t and are a)) from gen
tlemen well known in thch• localities and of the
highest respectability mane of them residing in
the city of Richmond, Vs.
F. BOYI)EN, Esq. of the Exel.nnge Hotel,
Richmond, knoivii every where, says he has seen
the Medicine called Csirsn'n'Sesnisu Mix
ever administered in over is hundred eaten, in
nearly all the ribeasee for which it is recommen
ded with the most astonishingly good results.—
lie says it is the most extraordinary medicine
lie has ever seen.
.9GUE ANL) FEVER—Great Cure.— I here
by certify that for three years I had Agile and
Fever of the most violent descriptiOn. 'I bail
several Physicians, teak large quantities ot Qui
nine. Mercury, and I believe all the Tonics nik
vertised. but all withont any permanent relief.
Jt last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two
brittles of which effectually cured me and I am
Happy to say I havehnd neither Chills or Fever
since. I consider it the best 'Venlig in the world
and the only medicine that ever refuelled my case.
Beaver dam near Richmond Va.
G B LUCK Esq now in the city of Richmond
and for many years in the Post Office, has such
confidence in the astonishing (Aerie) , of Carter'e
Spanish Mixture, that he hoe bought npvierds of
50 bottles eli t itffi lion given sway to the afflicted:
Mr Luck says lie has never known it to fail when
Dr MINCE a Practising phytican and former,
ly of the City . Hotel in the city.of Richmond,
says lie has witnessed in is number of ibstances
the ,effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture which
were most truly surprising. He says in a case
of Consumption; dependent' on the Liver, the
good effects were wonderful 'indeed. •
SAMUEL NI muNKpftot the ffetn..,Brlnk 7
tor St 'Morris,' Richmond, Wen cured , orLiver
Complaint of 8 years standing by the hse . oftwo
bottles of Carter's
Spanish Miiture. •
GREA.T.CURE OF SCROFULA—Theedi•
tors of the Richmond ;Republican hind a servant
employed' hi their press room cured of viciletit
Serofula combined with Rheumatism ; which en..
tirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of
Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of
him, andthe editors in a public notieg say they
"cheerfully recommend it to all who are afflicted
wit , . any disease of the blond "
STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFU.
LA-1 lutila very valuable boy cured of Scrofula
~6y Carter's Spanish Mixture.. consider it truly
a valuable medicine :james M 9 itylor Conductor
on the It F & P It II Co Richmond V a •
Mr • John ;Thompson, residing in die eity.of
Richmond, was cured by three bottles of Carters
Spanish Mixture,of'Salt ltinium which he had
pearly ye-rs. and which nil the physicians
the city would - not - cure. - Mr Thompson isa well
known merchant in the .city or Riolihrond, Va.,
and his cure is most remarkable. ' •
Principal , Depots at 'M. WARD, CLOSF &
CO, No 113, Maiden Lane, New York' ,
T DYOTT & 'SONS, No 1614, North 2tl
. BENNE CT & BEERS,No 125 Midn street,
And 'for,sale by S Elliott,,S W Haveratick.
Carlislei Day., Nteellatticaburg; H Herron'
Newville; .1 01 Aldo, Shippenaburmond 1444
Brea in medicines everywhere.'
•. ‘.ip o wohl`. -
Cornor.,oj Aanover and, sta.,-Carlisle
TIG undersigned has al;yveyp.ota hand a large
, atealcei superior Cabinet Warp. in-allsbe
daretent.etYles, which ho, IP prepared ro sell at
the joureet prices. —lie invites attention partie.,
ula'rlY,to the Patents SrrizigAillom
mpm,neefal tioh entirely obviates all
kojections. .The bottom can bq attached fo old
dtitetulP.i Thor have given po re , i I ndio Ito ;
eon to allwho have thorn in nee.
f4rClAP,lf•iNS•mado to cord!;+r c t4llplll9rtes
mace. ' ' • •
.Topzr elk 'CO.;
G.ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Et A 1,,T [11.9.3C,111-
lELPSENOTELIItiI riiie 7
101% . 01T 8E; 'Fancy." an d;ar*tirithilal
(forinarli , HdirpeVe) Itaw
leh'4''pf•Oriijily,tci all the oiticiiiii,'delie'fifitieha'ef
ka!eclnr, !it reituoiyablo" " " Phil .vatiolle
la'db bt grainieo'atteiiiled ;
Any., Bali, wdlnut, * &e.,ln the inp.prerved
: i zravriirato;
, S(Oree 129;4V. oetai., Phila. ; • r rr
MOraCCO' nuitto t rare 6., Crr ere, .Irn p . or terth
! Commission and ,Gone tat a•osgther:Busipess, : :
°NTYribfs?V,VIEOLES ALB $01041L. , .;:
MctigateSteteitriqe., ' , se 71
Sik4 I% ,ALM S IILW '
0 .;,' „ flaiii. 1
t i!,L Ps urr p w zr, CIPHIU• ' 00. rlii.: c
' zr.esiggELzi It . szrgivtovic -I
(;) if fra N . U E to, iuPplYi iru robot : 0;01 kindit
, twthelothqrleatinvico. All_d oe terms lower
lamepe,be had olgew Crop., , AllorderPilired
oE. HIASKE)49. EaPert4vOlt or :, AY . •,, Tay
Exmoulit; ar,,.. darlisle, Will be pomptly,
attended lb. IFebtg )1 y
f: 0 11 0 / 3 0 ;I
(tied tfalqmer' Ventilatint
nd Toisii4ces. ,
Itlard totir6aWal• theatre
• ••1 E sub r Wishes to draw, the abenh ,
4ibn of tlib public: to heir own interests,
,w tich tfiergiay consult to 600d - advimtp' g o by
in last tititdware'ot 'every 'doScripnion,
ft, is iIOW reeeivtugal his old itand'on 'North
1, - • • TO•dOACHAIAIRS.- • • •
We, live a 'large stipply of springs, 'baba.
lands, Itieeti;euttinati, and float oil cfoths and
• Irab eloths",•gf tact every
your ulna..' • •"••• ' •• ' • •
' OABINEt -MAKERS • •
itouldingeor widifucanti•tintliagany, to elli
toth the tastentict ptifsa.' ' •'
• , CAIt•PEN 'MILS EX44IIIDIE '' •
' lerldittatisbk niCnttif tools in
is altlo ti , ninitplete'slock' df 'blinding materials,
_itch' as lacks, •liiiiiettiactewa;lateites, 'glues,
;taints, one, vainiShati; itittaiitnie,;ike:•coid 'Vit
en:tag eat-pesters tocils•nheitiier'thaii 'ever, tie'
tas`beeri'lleltnotvledged by u baipcnlei who
le Ladies add Gentlertit!i
s• w . itliSeSuraey
&. , 81.411 . 118, inches
'NO I; Pridu fo rehead to
Wick ref 'at bald
• 2 :Over . loe,erie'ad as tat
a'annot go wrongtn giiting us a 'call for ,a, sup:-
yly ol"hadititbred, reli c t!, alit and 'other' lion
gotimally used,is tiled cast, shear American
and English blister creel, &e. &c. •
'OUR:" FARMER 'FRIENDS
'kill also consult their interests , by-looking at
our cheap shovels, forks, trace chains, hamer,
and , every .othert article. frorn a .cradle to a
Iplough,to suit thern in price end quality. •
THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
are also invited, o examine the quantity .and
'quality now on. hand of cedar 'ware, tube,
churns, bueltets, oils, such as fish, sperm and
'flaxseed oils, which will be soltlat the lowest
'cash prices. I would_ also erillattention-to my
.Splendid - assortment of WA-LL PAPERS - ,
presenting a nurhfierleas'variety of Patterns at
;prices Irma 6 cm. upwards.. Remember there
us no mistake here, as nil articles will -be sold
'at the lowest cash prices - at .the, old and well
known stand en North Hanover, street, East
betweee .111cGlaughlin's Hotel and Kell.
er's•Flat Store, JACOB SE:4ER.
South Hanover Street,-Hear the Court Ilove.
.1: Ii: PFEIL dr Uggiet, would respect
. fnlly inform the citiaons of CutHIM Lind
vicinity that he line 'opened tineW
OILEMICAL AND DRUG STORE. •
His stock is entirely new, and has been selec
ted with great care. As many of the articles
in daily use b y physicians and familiesdeteri
orate by'oge and exposure, great • care will be
taken not to allow such articles 'to 'accumulate
in' such quantities.
• o .
An minion is especially invited to his stock
Medicines, Essential Oils, Oils, Tinctures,
Wines, Extrneri, Confections, Chemicals.
&c. Together with'the,above he
,has a lull
assortment of Paints, Varnishes,Dye7Staffs,
,Baint and Varnish Brushes, and
of every variety. , - Ho has also onlatad a eiden•
did assortment of • „.
Perfurnerieti-, 'Soaps, Extracts,• Fancy, -- Flan
Clothes and Flesh Brushes, - . Supporters,
Br. et Exhausters, Nipple Shields,
Tooth Washes and Past CP ; rho
MEDICINAL WINES AND BRANDIES,
of the•best quality. SEOARS, from the I•e
Havana and Spanish.houses, of- every flavor,
from one cent upwards. - ' •
Iry order to ensure 'his customers against
mistakes -during any temporarily abset.cr of
the proprietor, the servires of en experienced
and competent assistant have Men secured,
Which will be felt to be important, in vie
tfie responsibilities which are knows , to devolve
upon the druggist.
• aa t PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
will be faithfully and promptly attended to.—
Orders from Physicians and Merchants in the
country will be filled with care, and at prices
which must probe satisfactory.
N B.—All officinal pi r eparations made in
strict 'accordance wills the directions of the U.
A liberal share of public patronage is res•
peettully solicited. Terms Cash.
May II: 1853. B. J. KIEFFER.
THE subscriber having returned from the
'city would call the. attention or his friends and
the public gnerslly to the large and well se
lected assortment of Hardware which Le hail
'rust received. consisting. in part 01
' nails,.scrwe, hinges, locks. bolts,
ass, putty, paints, oils, &c. TOOLS—
edge tools; saws and planes of ev ery descrip
tion, with file, rasps, hammers, anvils, &c.
A general assortment of -
SHOEMAKERS & SADDLERS TOOLS,
together with morocco. Lining and binding
shine, 'shoe thread, wax, pegs, lasts, harness;'
mounting, saddletrees, :&c.,
COACH TRIAIMIN G—canvass (plain, en
amelled, figured and embossed,) patent and en-
Comelled leather, 'axles, springs, hubs, spoke,
knees, shahs, &c, &c.
cabinet Makers will_find.a large..assorment.
Of varnishes, mahogany and walnut veneers,
moulding. rosettes, hair cloth, curled hair, &c.
The stock of IRON is large and well selec
od, comprising all the kinds in general ups, as
hammeiod and rolled tire of all sizes; flat:bar
and hand iron, round, square and oval iron,
horse shoo iron and nail rods, with a ilarg9 lot.
of Cain' and spring . stool, English and,
blister steel, .
' Housekeepers and . those, a but commencing
will finthit,ie their aim - liege to call and exam
.our cutlery ,brittania :mid plated ware
pans, kettles, ceder ware, baskets, - &e.
In 'Addition to the above we have received a
splendid pssertment of WALL .PAPER, ma
king the stock complete, and at Blvd) prices as
cannot fail to give satisfaction. We invite all
friends to call, knowing it will ho to their own
advantage. Remember the old stand, East
Binh Street, Car.isle, P,
Oct. 112, 1853. HENRY SAXTON,
, . DR. S. "
i n i FFICE in NOrth Hunoverstreot e ndjoining
Ijr Mr. Wolf's store. Office hours, more per
ticularly from.k7 tot) o'clock, A: M.,and .from
S to 7 o'clock. P.M. • ..aurfelB's
.r •, ;,
• 'FIRE INSURANCE,
The Allorl , 'lfn'd Eget Pennsborough:Pilutnul
.1)3. an ,A,ot'of
now, fully orguidied, and ,in 'operoilon ; :im,dor
the management df the fallowing eaminumiOm.
Daniel Bailey. William R. Gorgon, liliahael
Cocklirr, Volehoir • Biennemon, Christian Stay-.
man, John C. Sunlit:lN.-J0...0h II..Coovor; LOWRI
Hyio4 floury Logan, Benjamin - H. Masai:loa
_aah' ,Joseph Wickereham,
,'ithiu r si,strair .. *:cdropaay of the. kind in tit State.
Persona .winliMg to Secotha memhoil MP iri
.aited . to nuiltn,applleatiqn to iho agents or' the
;comp,any, iwlttyare Willing tq wait upon them
• , • BENJ. H.. MOSSER,. Prasedent. • •
HENRY LOCIANi• Vice • Pkesidene
• - Lewis-Dye rpSecretary.
' ideal Cocklin,7reasurer.•'
• rr • , ~ AGENTS , . .1 " •
Cumberland Counly...—Rqdfillr Mari* N.
.Cuntliorland,; C. B. Dorman. Kingntowa
!ry 'Zoarung, 'Shiremanstown ; ~Chorlea
~arllelo;+Dr. J. 'Ahl, , 'Clittrobrown iu Samuel!
'Graham; . Watit Pennobotimgh; Jnmed' McDowf
' "Mdde; Griffith', South Middle-
I to Mir Samuel ..convar; ' BaverstiOlt,'
;yid Comfor,,Shophordatorit• , ,•
York County.—John Eloiamon,' Dillsktirg
Peter WalfPrd,'Frunlilin; John-. Smith,.
!Washington ; - W. S. Plaiting,- Donor
Craft, 1'11111db:re. '• , • ,
'''MombOro of 'the • compapy hriving , .pnlioiee
'to' tOttiittS .cnil 'hove 4therti? renewed' bk
Uven 4 ,'iruOzioe.inrioJVs.
Vo ' ar in.T . urkey,,hy Cladet 1 „ -•;
litapdandAtiehape. by Grose .CreertWood.-
;Greenwood, 1 1 eav05, ,, ,,,; rip ,;•; ';
'rho adventures of a Country Merchant. by, ~
the- Hutikur: eV. W Western SCOII (Mk!
; The `Two Roads—the IlhOtt and the Wrong
; Fut:dished' bYldityineott-;;Granibo Co.
p p Imp pog ,F t IPP, 61 ,0 rce Fl .
Ownyo ip,n4 Agar ga.;ooPPr. I iniPC /4f;
School Books, StationcrY, finlo:b . 1 , -
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tkit6e gntl retxid6acilit'Sbuitli.ElonoiOr ittidets%
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_Carlisle, Apl 20 4 1853
NEW DRUG STORE !!!
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1:i Agojcp t.
LIVER - gOMPL•AINT,
DY . SFET4I.A, J AU iv DICE,
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, , DIS , ;
EASE OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL.
'DISEASES . ARISINH FROM •
• -•, DISORDERED LIVER Ott
Such as COnstipation, inward pales / fulners
of blood to the head, neidiiy of the stomach;
naueei, heartburn,'dirgutit for food, fulness or
_weight in_the stomach, sour eructatione.'sitik
ing or' fluttering at the Pit Of the stomach,
ewith`tning Of the head, hurried ',nil' difficult
breathing,, fluttering -at the heart; choking-. or
suffocating sensations when in a lying posture,
dimness of vision, dots or webs
. before the
sight, fever and dull pain in the head, &fie^
ienCy of perspiration, yellowness of the skin
end eyes, pain in the side, back, chest, limbs ,
.Etc. sudden &ales of heat, burning in the
flesh, constant imaginings of evil, ' and grea
deprtission of spirits,
• CAN DE EFFECTUALLT ' CUILED BY
CELEBRATED GERMAN. BITTERS,
. • Prepared by
Elk, C. M. JACKSON,
No. 120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their poWer over the above dioceses wiled
,excelled, if equalled, by any other preparation
in the United States, as the cures attest, in
many cases alter skilful physicians had failed.
These Bitters are worthy the' attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rec
. tification of diseases of the Liver and leaser
glands,' exercising the most searching powers
- in - weakness - and - affections of - -the - digestive br,--
gene,,tliey are withal safe, certain and pleas
READ AND BE CONVINCED
-Testimony of the highest character! HON.
GEO 'STROOP; Judge of the District Court in
Perry comity, Pa., Nov. 18th, 11352.5 aid: "your
'Headland's Gorman Bitters' has been in use in
our placo'over a year past, and to the astonish
ment of many his performed wonders.. We
may notice a few instances that have mime
under own immediate nonce:—almost every
persOn who, has stopped at the hotel of Wm.
Lackey, one year since, predicted erom his e
• 'glaciated countenance and debility; that ha
could not live much longer. Ho -woo unable
to intend to his tininess, and for the greater
part ethic time confined to his room. We rec
ommended him to try the German Bitters; 'he
did; and le the Surprise of all his friends he is
now able to attend to his usual business and
perform manual labor. The ease of Henry
Asper a stone mason ' whom do 'one supposed
would ever recover from the debility of his
system, but was looked upon an fast approach
big the grove, took eight or nine bottles of the
Bitters during the lust winter, and this sum- ,
mar lie has been [to the surprise of all who
knew his case] following his trade. 71mease
of, William Murphy is no less nsionishing.—
Ho too was - so far - reduced - ne- to induct the
general belief that the grave alone would be
his only remedy. Mr. Lackey recommended
hini to try the Henfland's German Bitters; he
is how apparently a well man, and able to do
a hard day's work. We could mention many
other cases of a similar character. if it were
necessary. • I myself derived much benefit tram
their use. I hevc given copaiderable of it a'
way. not for yam benefit aloriF,.•but fo relieve
suffering humanity, and let -10 assure you I
am mleused 'to - see the happy-result. To the
afflicted We say, try then, fairly 'arid-I will
Theo Bitters are worthy the attention of
it.valids, possessing grout power in the resto
ration of a healthy action of the liver and the
lesser glands, giving tone to the stomach end
nervous system, and bringing the system gen
molly to a high state o, health.
Far Sale by .S. W. ilaverstick and S. Elliott;
Carlisle; Ira 15ny, Alechanict burg; J. H. Her
ron. Netvville; J. S. Attie, ShippenEburg, and
by de tilers in medicine every where.
DRUGS ! DRUG ! DRUGS !
Freshet Spring Supply!
HAVE just rocolvoti a fresh stock of Med:
JL icines, Paints, Glass, Oil, &c., which
having,been purchased with great care at the
best city houses, I can confidently recommend
to Fainlies. Physicians, Country Merchants
and Dealers, as being fresh and pore.
ciPateint Medicines, Herbeand Extracts,
Fiue hemi cols, Spicee,ground.und whole
Pure Essen': Oils Perfumery, &c.
Cod Liver Oil—Warranted Genuine.
Log and Cam Woods,
Wotherill & Brother's Pure Lend, Chrome
Green and Yellow, Paint and Varnish Brushes,
tine, Copal and coach Varnish, and Bed Lead.
'All of which will be sold at the very lowest
market price, Alsb,a freakand splendid as
FANCY SO OD S,'Fll PITS,
Confectionary. and, innumerable other articles
calculated for usdand 'ornament, all of wLich
aro offered at the lowest cash' prices; at the
cheap Drag Book and Fancy Store of the sub
scriber on North Hanover street.
S. W. HAVERSTICK. •
May 28 1851.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAHND
rinHE subscriber continues to carry on the
:.abovo business, in all ilevartous branches,
hi North Hanover street, Carlisle, two doors
North of Leonard's corner, where he intends
keeping on hand ingoneral assortment in hipline,
Consisting of all kinds of (ash
ionahle "SADDLES,- Bridle
and Halters, also '
TRUNKS; troy- • 'O.)._ • •
cling and saddle t al i
bags._ He also
mn - nufaeturea i llamas( approved
Spanish SprUig Spridles,, Byer
.used.' in this houttlry,,,,thotie
%visiting a handsome, duiatileand pleasant rl
dkl will do, well to call and eoe, them. fro alai
. manufactures Harness, Hritil6i, Collars - and
Whips in all their : varieties, 'and confidently hit:
lieVearrom the general approbation. of his ens"
:fulmars; that 'ho Make% the, neatest.' and best
!gears, in all their variety „ol breadth, thee is
mule in'tho sounfry. Ile ,also.rnaltes all Heirs
of 'Nlatrasses to order, viz t'Straw, Husk. Carl:
ed Heir and Sprind,(llntraea'ca:,, All the ab 0136
articles will ho made of the hist, maleri r al and
workmanship, and with the . fittnics'l'desniftA.
ianl4-lv , „
. AVM. OSBORN.
CLOTHING! :CLOTEclilq; ,
• • THE subscriber is now having made up Opt
of Fashionable and Substantial Clothing which
hs.will s e ll as cheap if not clidaper•than any•rts
tablishmont in the borough. The stock. will
Fine DRESS COATP •
• '. • • SACK COATS,
. VESTINGS. 'Sre.
TheClotking will , be made out of none but
the heel quality of goods; cut out bp an•expe...
rienecd and good cutter • and tile work got up
i n the best moaner and,l:y the best of hands
' We hate now'on•hand a lot of °home Clothing,
and all we ask Is for purchasers to give us n
call and they. will_ be pleased-milli the work and
prices. l • A't the stand on East Main Street,
Jan 18] ''; CHARLKS
• LIFEINSURELNC . 33: . •
. HE'u nd ersig no d ' hiiv In g boor tho'liigent o
• " ' the Keystone Life Insurance 'Company,
- ed i• tirtisburg. l'a., - pitlinues to actin !haft&
-pacify;liy ; authority , of •said , Cinnentiy) fie
Would respectfully inform the'coMmunity, that
he - will attend to such persons ns may signify
their desire - le insure .their'livea;:and thus give
40O10,Oreloc.lien up their boreaved.familimi and
friends; in ones of, death. OfliCoM,,Wittefigcirm.
fret street, Carlitile.7 - • , ' .
,Mav - 2511- - ' : • • .3. ;WORTHINGQN. ,
Freak Arri,vatof Hardwar e.
g, , subsoribei having , rotorned t from sbo
,' ,• Citi, , ,, ' his.' pat. bpeteed- for , the ~Spring
't ea large vialrooloctedetoolcof HMO)
'WARR; fore ign•and , dome tato, ,erobfacino ev,.
•erythink dandily fotind in. that lino of ,loomeir
The eiterition , of friends; and the .pahlto;goner, ,
ally:lalehoobtfollyidiiectei to the nosortmont
on hand v aasuring them-that-goods °Lail hinds
!will be sold for cash et 'a vary emall.advance on,
inanaracturera'priaaa , .. , ,, I ~, e. ,
3 -car Remenibor the old stand—Mint 'At din` pt„
.:,,, .... ". •-. ErasTRY SAXT,O.N.„.-
;!' ': STRAW • : 111 7,. ANICTO••
s:.c.The subscriber! Cisti. tii,stßrtiV
'of any kind , klelirered at. 111iddleoes.—Ferriecia
, will find into ItheirAnterestt.to eel!, theft' st.t.RW
inillitureltaseiother menuree,. • • .
• tior3o4) ' Agent.
To the Citizens of Carlisle,
' A. L HICKEY, & CO. NO. 148 CHEST-
N UT :Street; above Sixth, ,Philadelphia, have
dow on hand one of the largest, cheapest, and
meet varied ossoittrient of their improved Steel
Spring Solo'Leathei TRUNKS over °tiered 'to
rho public, witli a fine article of Light,Weight
Soli. Loather Trunks, Carpet atol,Leather Bogs
lin travelling in Europe. Alsb, a splendid as
sortment of Ladies' Drti4B Trunks. Bonnet goy.,
es, &0., ranging in price front Two to Thirty
dollars, with a fine •varioty - of Hobby , Horses,
ProPellers, Gigs, . :
All of the above articles we will sell low for
cash. Give us a cull; •
Prize Medal a varded at the World's Fair in
London in 1851. [may 81 3M
From the Principal Factories and late
Con prising a full and 'desirable assortment at
25 per cent below usual rates.
Dealers and others will do well to call before
purchasing elsewhere.qooo packages on hand.
EDWARD F. CORYIELD,
152 Souih Second street t above Spruce,)
.apl 17.3 m - Philadelphia.
- • hfrAcihr.
• • I ' Vvertelys.4 . 4z.v. - ---7_
_F n 3,
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•. ' )
GO' TZD, •
rSVCCE . SSOR TO A. - I , IOTJ
M. 164 Chestnut St., Staaim'sltuilding, Phila
rIXNEN SINE Music Publisher, and Deal.
er in Musical Instruments of every de•
Exelusiie agent for t to sale of !Janet, Davis
El Co's Patent Suspension 13tidge 2Eolien nod
L. Gilberi'Sßoudoir Pianos, Melodeons; Mar
tin's Guitars, Harps, Violins 86eet . Mustc,
Music Books, tx-s.
. Residents oldie country will be supplied 'by
mail or otheiwist with music they may wish,
as low as if purchased in person. Having one
or the lar , est stocks in the United States. It
feel confident of satisfying all who mayllavor
me with erall or order.
Dealers in Music supplied on the most libera
terms. Pianos to let. Second-Imnd Pianos for
sale. .man 9.0 1853 ly)
KEYSTONE DRY GOODS STORE,
Corner of 4th and Arch Streets, Phila.
Have this season enlarged their establishment,
which enables them to d oer n. much larger
stock of DRY GOODS for the_ insnetion of
Country Buyers. In the assortment always be
found a full line of
Block. Silks, I Staple Linen. Goods,
Panay do do Cotton do
India do Ido .Muslin do
Black Goods, " Dress Goode.
Crape Shawls, Shawls, all kinds.
. Scarce and desirable Goods can always be
obtained by applying to' Byt es It Landoll.
'Terins, Nett Cash, and prices low according
ty.r. 0:7 - Good country, motley received.
March 13. 1854-3 m
TUBULAR OVEN HOT AIR RANGE
Various Sizes, to suit Fainilies, Boarding
louses and Hotels,
rinfrosp, in want of a superior Cooking Ap
parafus are invited to cull at out W are
house and examine this Bange. For durability
economy and simplicity .in epeytion it stands
' unrivaled: It has a perfect hot Mr ventilation
—and 'news baked in this oven will retain their
juice and flavor equal to that roasted belore. an
open fire. Meats and pastry rooked at rite
same time without one affecting the oilier. It
will supply sufficient heated air to heat addi
tional rooms for the coldest as collier. It has
no (leper nding or return flues, dnd is equally
well adapted to bunminous or common hard
coal. 'I he steam valve over the Lolli ng part of
the Range carries off the steam and'kent of
cooking, as well as bent in summer.
Every Range sold warranted to give satisfac
tion, or no expense to the purchaser.
rtorentod Ouittbor, 104E1, -
For Public Bulls, Factories, Pallroad Cars,
Cluninies, Flues, Ships, &mina s,
Pure air is a subject claiming the attention
of every individual, and all buildisgs should to
provided with the proper means of ventilation.
Also, a powerful
Warming and Ventilating Furnace,
For Dwellings. School Houses, Churches, Halls,
1 Stores, Factoriss, 6.c.
A large asiortment of Office, Hall and Cook
ing Stoves, Parlor Grates, Registers, &ey--
Wholesala and Retail.
RAND & HAYES,
- 82 Naillt ',Sixth street '`
I:Cr:Personal attention given to warming an
evntilming both public and private builaingai,
Shade & Fruit Trees
EvartanuuN - '
Flowering Shrubs, Plants, 'Vince,
in great variety nod size, suitable - for planting
the present season. Cultivated and for sale at
the N ursery. and Garden of the subscriber end
at his standf in the City, ,
In the Market, below sixth St.,
CCritll Orders carefully attended to and for
warded with'despatch. Catalogues furnished
. S. MAIIPAY,
apt 19 . Rising Sun P. 0., Phila
Lamps, Lai terns and Chandeliers;
E Corner Fourth and Cherry sle.,
BAVING enlarged and improved their store,
end having the largest assortment of lamps
in Philadelphia, they arc now prepared to tur-
Caniphine, Pine Oil, ,
EthereafOil, :Phosgsno .Gas and Lard - Oil:
Lumps. Lanterns of all paterns Fancy Hotel
Old flail Lamps, Clhincleliros, tfratidolcs and
Candelabras, and Brittania Lampsou the man.'
tileettirees lowest'Prices. Glass Lamps by the
' at a small advaneb over aucticin pri
des. Blvihg large IVIANUFADTURERS of
Vine Oil, Burning Fluid, Ethereal 011, Alco
hol and (the only tine) Phosgene Gas, they _can
these'artioles Stich prices . thae !Vier-
Chants will find it to their advantage to buy,-;
Call:boor° going,elsewhnre, if, you want bar.
Also the - Safety Fluid Lamp .for salq.
, H .o7.tober .5, 180 L-713,
' A LARGE. SPRAT( , •ARRIVALI;.
surpasses in quantity quality and
.prices Any that has aver Yet. been %tarred
in 'earlisle t *.conslathigOr the grentelit 'varfaiy
of all kinoe of Hardware, such as, Shoo , Fin•
dings,' Saddlery,' Coita frimmingi , Paints
Oils,' Varnish; Glass.' Nails, Plias, Anvils,
Vines, Bellows, Spiings, Axols, Bows, Fallon's,
Veheore', Cedarware, Farming Utensils, Bar
and Rolled Iron,' Steel, &c., with a thousand
morn, articles tiremennonable. .
Having 4Mrchscsed largely of Heavy' Goods
previimis td tho'tlianco in prices, I rim enabled
to Emil goods et cidprices. Poisons in w ant o
Hardwurb" are 'lnvited to Cell andminimine my
goodS and IMai my prices, end you will be . stit..
,isfied 'where the Cheap Herdware iEnto be had.
. (0 - .lkly stock of wALp. PAPER nna'p
prom - hed by any.iiiihe Barpugh. ,
Timpltful foi the' foinier liberal petronage,
contimmuce of the'snme is solioied hy
JOHN P. IoYNE..
tnive . ' Side of North. HaneVer'Siie . ef, •
I • `t1. 1 A:)1-i.3Z - M.. , .. , ~‘ : '
iitlHE'euhUcriber would resnectfidly , inform
„II:' hiti!lriende find the 011ie:generally that lie
,"• ' has . fust returned limn the eitiei with
~,, 4! e. large - r , unt varied luniortment . Yet'
! I L, 'G'11:0 e ERI E S,' GLA SS 'and
' ' %t% il r QUEENSWARS, FISH, &0:.',&e...
! 1 ”, which he`ofTers for sale"on tbo ' most
Irein , uttinble:teime,lit We NEW ' STOItE."cOr'-'
dor ofNei di Hanover sr: and the .
;,Pliblfu' &Mere, ditTatlY. ppposite - ", 1: :
!the Cerliele Depoth. Bank. • His 4y ,, ' .u.\\ \24 -
!Mobk.embraces.overythiint.usw- .v. , :,. , %.;ttmt '
:filly keptin.n. Grocery anti. Va..... ,: ~,.,, •,., .;
:riely,:storo:N , , 1 • ~:•• , ; • 7,•:.r /ti
The nubile. are invited; to calf and esumine,
Itiseteohibelore Orr:booing ele.vhere,aa!he feels.
:cdnfittent 141. - ean. sell the-best gobda,lit'the,low
• , ..,‘ ~
,Aptil 5; I 1 5 ,1,:. !i..-‘ , ..; , • :.I6 D. FiAt4IFI(I.T.
l - YII,9OAELLOWG. SHAWLS-rditat .to,
Tr) ' ceitied .a few' G
Leng and - , Square , Brockti
iShaw p a ßti'd[for auto by. , • W
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: ;R , .)A. . . 4 EITTNEtt—
MYERS' ' EXTRACT OF - ROCK ROSE,
elh Invaluable -.llehledy for - all Scrofulous Lis
eases,.lndigestion, Salt 12/mum, Sick•flead
ache,. Cancer,• Nursing Sore,Mouth,
and General Debility; and as a
. Purifier of. the" Blood it is
The Rock Rota has gained a reptitation at
Nome and übrriad, Whieli,.no other medicine
has ever dello in. tho same length of tune.
Am-ording to the opinions of eminent Physi
cians, the Rock Rose Plant is unequalled in •
Curing !Scrofula In Its Various Formal
STATEMENT, OF REV. E. R.' WARREN
(Pastor of the Sdsßaptist Church:Nevi , London.
Ct..). relative to My!ra' Extrett' Rose.
To The Ameilean
As my nano has been' used in connection
witli recommendations of Mr. Myers' Reck
Rose 'Syrup, in various advertisements by the
manufacturer, beg leave h.; make the follow
ing Statement with 'reference to my acquaint
nude with the remedy and fens to which I hove
imejected it, and the reasons for having intro
duced it to the notice of private friends in the
community in which I reside, long before the
medicine was advertised. I make this state
ment freely, because I haVe, as a principle,
withheld my name from all patent medicines,
and sedulously abstained from recommending
them to the public, believing them frequently
the spawn of quackery and humbug, and as
tending to increase, instead of lessening human
disease and. sufferang, w Such, I four,-ia-the--
character of a large partien of the patent pane
'coos of thin medicine•Mbliing age. "Their
name is legion," and from their influence, as
from the demoniacal, spirits,' wo have' , reason
to pray for a safe deliverance.
The First Teat.-1 had myseleanffered oc
casionally with sudden attacks of Sick Head
ache, and. Billions Diarrhea, and I had sought
a great variety of curative agents to but little
purpose; and suffering from thisdieease (diar
rhea) at thietime, I doterniined to test the new
Syrup first upon myself. The results•were be
yond my expectations. It was so powerful
alterative, and the morbie action of the system
was changed, and the functions of secretion
were restored to a healthy state. It gave lone
and elasticity to my system, and corrected the
derangement of the digestive organs, and gave
me that inestimable blessing—health. This
teat was not determined in a weeks or a month;
but I took four or five bottles in perhaps as
many months. Since that lime I have suffer
ed but ,slightly from these derangements. My .
Sick I feudache is entirely Cured. •
Other Tesic—Finding this medicine eo 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 of age. This child was
severely afflicted with a Screfula.horimr. of a
very severe type, the humor showing itself on
all parts of the surface, and then suddenly dis
appearing. The child was
.Very sick, and it
was thought doubtful whether she would live
The humor resembled black specks of mortified
flesh. In addition to some other remedies, a
gavo the child this Syrup for about six weeks,
whon she had sufficient strength to go ont to
school occasionally. The swelling of her limbs
ceased, and sbo was restored to health. The
family. Seel..that- they.owo--her-life,.with
blessing, to my remedies.
This test satisfied me that the Rock RUM
possessed specific powers fur Scrofulous hu
then.tested it to cases of Cutanc)Ls
Eruptions, in Measles, Chicken Pox. Cancer,
Sure Alma!), Erysipelas,Salt Rheum, Piles, &v.
In all these cases with perfect success., Aftai
testing this Syrup for more than a..year,
wrote Mr. Myers (October 7th, 1850) enthusi..
astically, not expecting my letter Would be
published, that his Syrup was a u - Panliorito,"
althealing, and I gave him the result of its
operationa in several- instances. 1 stated in
that letter that " it was invaluable us a remedy
in Cutaneous Eruptions,' Erysipelas, Salt
Rheum. and ether.disorders, included in the
varied faintly of diseases known as Scrofula,
&e.,: that in Dyspepsia it acted with wonder—
ful efficacy." My opinion of its value for the
above named diseases, remain unchanged, end
the same us when I wrote Mr Myers in Oct.
IcitO. lan not-rpoornmend it Po. all the ills
of our suffering fiumaniiv ; bat I unhesitating
ly say. that as n remedy for Scrofulous affec
tions I believe it superior to any known cura
It has been sufficiently ; to by domestic
practice to establish its adaption to extensive
usefulness in mitigating human suffering and
But What is the Rock Rose?
The following history of the Rock Rose
plant and its medicinal properties, we take
from the New Haven Palladium, 51nrch 1852.
...___The.increased._interest :inanifested- in the
Rock Rose plant, in consequence of the many
wonderful cures effected byMyers' Compound
Extract of Rock Ruse,', calls for a brie, history
of it, in order to correct any erruno r Is o r i o .
ion thkmay have been entertain( do oncom
ing it ; and also to set In a true light the na
ture of a plant which promises to he univer
"We are indebted to the United Stales Die
ponsatorY,of ,1847, for the following desorip
Lion 0ut..............' •
ot It is entirely different from. the common
Rose. /t is a red.steritmed, oblong fear plant,
having a hitter taste. In addition to remark
ahlo'peculiarity of the plant, of bearing two
crops of flowers in one season, it also hasano.
titer interesting and . beaniiful property.
Dr. Eaton says, that in the months of Nos
somber cud December, ho has seen hundred•
ul these plants, sending out near their route
broad, thin, curved ice-crystals, about an Ind
in breadth: which . melted during the day, and
were renewed in the. — Moriiing. . For a Mere
minute and mu hentical description' of it, the
reader is ieferred.to Toney and Gray's Buten.
jot I works.
Its Medical History and Properties
Aro fur the most important, shico 'upon these
depends Its value to' the community. Dr, Lou;
don says that in 1709, it Willi so valdablo in
England,' , llll4t It woe cultivated froth seeds.
Eversince 1806, Prqfcssor Ives of Yale GDl
le.ge, has hakitually used it with great tit),NEI
n Scrofula and Chronic diseaseS, and through
him its virtues wore made known, utitil,".as Dr.
Tyler says, it is now In this section c.NeW
Haven) a 'common article in domestic practice
for the cure of Scrofula and Cutaneous
Dr. Whitlaw, a Se&ch Botanist of notoriety
trovelling in';'Amcrieu in 1814; learned
ite ue'e'ity:Canactirßottirning to England, he
empleyedit in medicating his bathe, which
,becuine greatlieelebrated fertile cure °tailor
)priditienseri. "• ,
1)r, J.l - 4. Thompson, of the same place, pre . -
scribed 4.in , bud cases of Bcrufulous o putienis
at ills nuceess uttracied the
attention of senior physicians, Ile.reports the
following remarkable cam, of white swelling,cd
the hip, in February; 1814:—The Jed was
seven years old,' and Mid :the disease three
years. The bone was-dislocated both upward
'end outward, There 'was n.large opening in
,tU hip leadinglo the bone; into Which I °Mild
,tfiksi mylinger. I counted three ulcers.' lie
had been ,under seversl physicisni, who hnd
him up, I ordered rideciimitin of 'Reck
Rote. -In two:dais his night swabs:Ceased
I then ordered a teaspoonful at Rock nese lime
Thirty.ninaday?, "for ho was
times a day.
Dr. Webb, of, Nadison',. Ct . ., testifies to the
valco of Debit 'Deese; no evinced in the eure of
numerous cases of the Scrofula, espicially ih
• Manufactured by ,irm Franklin & Co., Now
t. Mr;;Worren, though 0. minister of the Gos
pel; haw for;tr; period' uf:11/ ypitrfv, given alien.
tion. la the' subject of medical science, WOO
ify him totadminister to the sick, /a coppootiOn
with his pastoral duties. ,
• New London. April 2,1853.
Agent, tit , Curither/artri Catinty.S. W. , llav
.ereiielt, S., Elliott end W. A•letio 8 °slink;
King6tonot ;J.,' naafi*,
Meelianleelptyg OM. Hither, .91nrombnitown ;
Eppley '&'• Ernet.' ElPririg J. Inglinha
3...11. Heron, WHoy, Green
Spring; wherry & Eisenhower, Newinirg W.
D. E:Shipienebiitit ; Rabid. &i ';Ditn;
Diekintion ;z:Aiezeridin''.&; ullonci!iitiertoWii.
Dr. L. If ,;
;of OhoIee; , LIGIDORS4 s(•varlons
Iciedejfar snle-on. reseanable.ferms,.. , , Liyetir
Dealers and,ieVern;UV. 6 Pegi , wla.lfind,Ac' t ,e. i l ie v
linterest tote*WA/Ape,tleselobli. Apply to.'
MAY,I 9 I , t0,..1.01P/*McCARTNEY.'
lEPILEPSY CAN BE CURED.
Lake!s Vegetable Corriponzal,
FOR THE CURB OF
EPILEPSY OR PITS!.
Is performing more wonderful awe., than• any
.other medicine yet known or before the public: .
.DOLLARS, A BOTTLE, -
. The prcpcieter hits in his ponekaion numerous
ceriitientes, mirintink the -'
ASlonishing and Illeraculous Cures !
ended by this medicine, sad directs attention to
the following only, to assure those who are so no.
fortunate to be :dieted with the terriLlt disease
heretofore regarded incurable, that LAx.r.'s pre
18 ALMOST INFALLIBLE ITB CURET
From Mrs. Brooks, widow of Mnj. Jos. Brooks;
late of Conneaut,
• osin Er, 3,1855.
Mr. Z. LAKE-Sir: e
Please mi sen F d eb.
bottle of Fit Medicine, as I do nut like to be
without it on hand. IVheit I commenced giving
the medicine to my son Edgar, he had from one
to three tits per day. Ile has now taken the me
dicine over five months, and has had, I think, but •
two fits in that t me, and those very light. His
body and mind are very much improved; nod by
the ulessit , tof God, I feel dint the medicine. Will
restore lii binly tint! mind to their wonted activi
ty. lie is years old,noll has had fits over 12
years, which have been very frequent, and very
destructive to Ins constiintionibil mind Hun
dreds of dollars have been expended for medicine
to "CURE en's," but nothing has relieved hini un
til-he used your medicine. Itespectfillly yours,
From Jud Son Landon, County Superintendent o
the Ashtabula County I lifirmaty.
• KINGSVILLE, Feb. 4, 1853,
Mr Z. LAKE—Sir: Please send a few more
bottleti of your 'Fit Medicine;'' I may not need
it, but think safer to keep it on band. Your me
dicine has done %fowlers. J gave it to Miss Julie
Delano; shy has had fits for '26 years, brought on
by having the measles when but four years old,
which could not be brought out to the surface.—
After taking the medicine a few day a, SHE OAn A
FINE CROP OF 111EA3I,F.S, 1111(1 Ins hod 110 fits sine.
She had fits or symptoms almost daily. She and
her father concur with, toe in saying that we he -
lieve the medicine 1109 01• will work a perfect cure.
I also gave the medicine to Miss Jane kl,tmler.•
600 and A ris Corby, who have had fits almost
daily, for a number of yearn Their fits•have
ceased, and J believe the medicine will have the
desired cheat, 'Much money has been expended
by the friends oldie above patienis for doctoring,
nll to no purpose The cure was left for yoUr
medicine to perform, and I can cheerfully recom
mend it as is valuable discovery - . Respectfully
yours. JUDSON LANDON,
. . . . _ _ •
- Superintendent Ashtabula Co. Jnfirinacv.
Prepared nod sold at wholesale by Z. Lretce,
Conneaut, Ohio. •
E F WELLER, traveling agent.
Sold by S W Haverifich Carlisle • E II
Thomas, Mechanicsburg LI) Gross;:flarris
&avg. oat 5-1 y.
LY, for 25 cents, by means
of the POCKET .ESC
LA PIUS, or, Every One
Ills OWN PfIYSIAN !
—The 'thiety..sistli Edi
tion, with one hiandred en
aravings, showing Private
Dincases and Malforma
tions of the Generative
System, in every shape
and form : to which is ad-
Diseases of Females, in.
...mtales only (seepage 190),
dg m ...e nigh_ Jrnportrince to married peo
le, or those contemplating marriage. By Nrs M.
I OUNG, M. b., Graduate oldie University cf
Pennsylvania, Member. of the Royal College of
Surgeons, London,and Honorary Member of the
I hiladelphin Ms diens society. The various
forrns of Secret Diseases, Seminal Weakness,
Disease. of the Prostrate Gland, Impotency, soli
tary habits of youth, are faithfully described, mid
all the recipes given in plain language. The
chapter on sellsabuse and Seminal Weakness is
worthy of prrticular attention, and should be rend
by every one. Young men who have hem unfor-
Innate in contracting disease, previous to placing
yourselves under the care of any doctor, no mal
ter what his pretensions may be, get a copy of
of this truly valuable work.
Sea Captains and persons going to sea, should
princes 1)i. Young's Treatise on Marriage, the
l'oeket JEseullipius, or Every one His own Phy-
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copy of the ./Esculapius to his el ild. It may
save him from an early grave. Let no young
man or woman eider into the sextet ()lineations
of married life, witbont reading the pocket /Est;
culapius, Let no one'sufferingfrom a liticknied
cough, pain in the side, restless nights, nervous
feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensa
tions, and given up by their physician, be an.
other moment without consulting the JEsctila
dins. have the married or thoke about to be
married any impediment, read this trriy tisefulL
hook; as .it bas been-the•incans.cifsavirg-th0u..41 : ,. :
Bands of unfortunate creatures from the vi.ry
jaws - of death. Upwards of a MILLION copies
of.,this celebrated work has been Bold in this
country and Europe since I K3B, when the first .
edition was issued.
*Cf. Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE
Cents enclosed in nietter, will receive one copy
of this•Luok by ma❑ ; or five copies will be sent
for $l. Address Dr. WILLIAM YOUNG,
No. .1,52 .Spruce Street, Philadelphia," Post
Twenty year!' practice in the eity,of .Philadel
plaza certitinly.cedidys Dr. Young to' the confi
dence of the afflicted, nnd be may he consulted
on any oft he dise•nees deicribed in his dintrent-
dublicatinns, at Ida (Ace 752 Sprime
every day betweeli 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sunder
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Dr. Young by letter. POST PAM
, Better testimony than was cvrr offer„ed ioFrt
vor of any c other
B.ECOMMENDATIONS OF ploticimis,
We, the . .subsenbers, Medical Practioners,
having been made acquainted n ith the enmp e d.
Don ()C.!. Shriner's M a lian Veymirage,", take
pleasure-in.recommencliag it tollie - MMHG-AU° a .
valußbfe remedy for .the expulsion of Worms,
t ,b e !lig .bult. se fe and `effectual.
Samuel Swope, M.D. Z,, Tencytown, ."
John.Swopc, M. U,
„S Carrot co:, Md:
J. J. Weaver, M.D. . ,.ur
Jno. E. IL Ligget, .
• Liberty, Frederick co., Mil -Thomas Sim.
NI, - p; -0.11, Owings, M D Thos,Bappingtoit'
11 D SIAM.) , Saniingum,,Al B. ' .
James M Geyer 111 - 1) Woodshoro',Md. ' r ' '
R Sappington, MD, Unjotiville,:%llt''
Win Muthina, MO, Westminster. Md . ' •
, Be particular to n ik, tor' tor sE R'S
DI AN.V E and tahe no , • •
Price 2S , Cents per Bottle • • ' • '
preparect_LOV Slwitier,yroggist: and Che,
mist, Weaiitiiii - etee, Md.:, • •
And sold 4 all atordlitepera. ' • " •
- - 1••
THE WONDER OF. THE AGE.
For the Cure of Sala - lieum,:Chilblains, Com
mon Stiree.:Cliapprd or Cracked Ilands , , , Burns,
Or Scolds'; Cots or..Woundrc, Piles, inflammation
, the Breast, biteskgf insects oure Lip s, ; Pim
ples on the Face,' arid. Breaking Ont, and, sores
on Children ; and all diseases ut the Skin.
L Tilly Ointment willcure the; iSaltrhemn and,
Burns, ;or , Chapped; hands. quicker and surer,
ilinh any 'oilier medicines of the kind, before din
To substantiate the above, I can give hundreds
Of eertificateil. btit 'consider -it no use, as (any
irerSeit mutt do the . same, it •they haveTrietids, for
even a worthless article)" solelv °toilet
merits of thePiiiiinent for the'pehille pairunage , ,,
N. 11. 4 -4. sinly box of, this Ointment OR,
keep any TilitekhinithN,, - Farmer'A, Soito.oB. ors
rk ;o i g o
e ra lil ck b
winters I'rt:psred'a'nd said by •
'• MONROC:TRAREL, , '
Naukatuck t Coop,
; Stild 'also '4' the principal Druggistr,
•Country .. .Merehants. - '• 'Price fgreenis per bon-./0
Nov: 10, r, ; - •
1:000' 1 1 1 0 - NS No.. 1
SUPER' PHOSPHATE LIME..,
• DE.BURG'.9 OriginaltindtGeouhie.wavrented
eleupertor q uelity, MO
:world.•,; ',Fernier° , 'anSir tMiilerit.euPPli4et,,ioW.;;
o.o))..t.iti r 'l4l , TD
geeted . oxpreseiyjoi'lfe' feitilizieti quality. •
;(0;dou or in bells. •
;• ; :1,000 burtele Celbitted . f' tester:v.- :1 ; . ••:
; • son •do -Casting,
.";1t.0*:.• 7 d0•. •
PERUVIAN..I9. II AN.Q.•;SI,i,
we'Ofter in 'confidante to .out auq.
I tgmqraEaEt egnal.tnient /imported. and.ferrope.
•Yor to meet m the merket: . • •
• - •500° - bage
. euperipr lor-itato at'
:the ,lowest'matket , fates.'- . lid,4'ningonian.'.
-th•ututor Peudiet'tn,'Grouhd Choi - 6(41;403i' 40, '
~...., !atL , FR Egli.; &•-.C0.,,
,'At the Steam P Ineter•Aldts jonethin.ol IF,Ork