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we cannot too, earnestly or too often call at
tenteon to the ileaessitY of muleiing all newly
planted trees, vines,,
,roses, - &o. 'Care in this
particular is beecming almost as indispensable
as skillful planting. 7. It is the only safeguard
against our 'increasing variable cliniate, the
fedquent extremes of which cram warm to cold
and from wet to dry, and vice versa, induces a
illseaseo condition of the sap vessels, gives a
sudden check to its 01 , 1:pietism, and•we believe
fp very often the cause, of bleght In the pear
and diseases in other trees. The instinct
which brompts r.t,o prey upon , all forms of di
seased or decaying vegetable life is often shoWn
in this way, and is considered the source of in
juy to the tree, while it is realy sometimes a
mere's/Tact from the other clause.
Mulching is, mearly covering the ground un
der the tree or plant, according to its size, from
a circle or one foot to three or four feet, with
half decayed manure, partly decomposed chip
dirt from the woodshed, leaf mould, hay or
straw, to shade the soil and preserve an even
teuperdturo about the roots. The' soil unde'
this ooverinw will be observed to be always
damp by the prevention of evaporation. If
manure is used it will always be carried down
rapidly by rains, thus keeping the tree in a
vigorous growing state. Mulching does away
with the necessity of frequent watering. In a
dry spell of weather we have known newly
planted trees and shrubs kept literally drench
ed daily with tiuokets of water, If the poor
subject shows yellow leaves and other symp
toms of disease, it is thought an indication tf
requiring more drenching. Hydopathy is
again administered in increased quitntities, till
life is at last actually drowned out, The Dump
ryman then comes in frequently for the wikole
responsibility of having sold an unhealthy tree,
And . few there are having planting to do, who
understand its true philosophy and modus op
erandi ; how few reflect, when disappointed in
not having fruit or shode as soon as they ex
pected, that the skilful propagation, planting
and management, of a tree requires the nicest
and most dexterous npplionces of both scien
tific and practical study, that its growth from
a small seed to its full size for removal, and
afterwards requires care, onxiety and close at
tention ferYeseioand that ehilo its ._progress
is more interesting and beautiful that any han
diwork of the manufacturer or machine; it-re
quires at least no lees pacient industry and
skilful treatment to bring about the desired re
We recOmend every one having an acre of
ground in itit/on to regular periodiclea like
the Farm Journal to possess one or more of
the many,works on the management of fruit,
and other trees, ornamental grounds and
,tores .Sr, St)opo.
, TOOTH WASH.
JDEAUTIFUL White Teeth, Healthy Gums
and a Sweet Breath —All who are desirous
of obtaining these benefits should use ZEB•
MAN'S CELEBRATED '10..01'11 WASH.
This delicious article combines so many meri
torious qualities that it has now - become a sian•
card favorite with the citizens of New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore. Dentists pre
scribe it in the r prcetice most suceessfully,and
from every source the meat flattering laudations'
are murder] it.
- • Itfflamed and bleeding gums are immediate
ly benefited by its use; its action upon them
is mild. soothing anti effective. It cleanses the
teeth.so.thoroughly. that.they are made. to ri
val pearl in whiteness, and diffuses through the
mouth such a delightful freshness them the
breath is rendered exquisitely sweet. It disin
fects those impurities which tend to produce
decay, and, as a consequence, when there are
removes the teeth must always remain or und.
Read the following from Dr. J. A. Carmen ;
Mr. Ft9Zerman—Sirs Having used and re
commended your Tooth Wash in my practit a lot
some time, I find it the moat effectual Dentifrice
in use, and therefore`recommend it to the pub
lic. Dr. J. A. CAVIIIAN. Dentist.
Read the following testimony.
Mn. ZERMAN — Dear Sir I I have fully tested
the i merits of your valuable Tooth Wash, and
can, without hesitation, recommend it as the
best that has come under my notice during an
experience as Dentist, of more than sixteen
years. It clenses the Teeth, soothes and har
dens irritated Gums, and imparts a delicious
fragrance to the Breath. . From the Mouths of
those who make unit of it, however it will cer
tainly speak for itself.
Geo- P. SCHIVELY. Surgeon, Dentist s
279 South Tenth street Ph Pa.
It is used and recommended By all theemi•
'`'neat Dentists in New York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore. and other cities where it has beenin
troduced. All should give it a trial.
• 11:7 - Prepared only by Francis Zermen, Drug
gist and Chemist. Philadelphia, and sold whole
sale and-retail b- Samuel Elliott, Carliele,"J
Dorsheimer. Mechanicsburg, J Herron. New.
ville.J C Williams, Shippensbure, and by all
Druggists at only 25 cents per bottle,
1111 Artiste in Bair,
tated Gossamer Ventilating
ble Ladies and Gentlemen
Is with accuracy -
Toupees Fr; stalps, incim
Not From forehead to
. as for as bald
2 Over forehead us far.
Inventor of the Celeb,
Wig and Elastic &
Instructions to mud;
to measure their head
For Wigs, inches,
6 f..015T0 1 The-round of,
2 From forehead
over the head to
' the neck
3.From ear to ear
over the top
4 Frem ear to ear
round the forehead•
3 Over the crown of the
It DOLLARD has always ready lot: sale n
splendid stock of Gents' Wigs, Toupees, Ladies'
Wigs, half Wigs, Frizots, Braids, Curls, &o,
beautifully manufactured, and as cheap as any
establishment in the Union •
Bollards I lerbanium extract or Lustrous .Hair
Tunis, prepared kern South American Herbs
and Ito . ts, the most successful article ever pro
duced for preserving -the hair from falling out
or changing color,restoring and preserving. it in
a healthy and luxurialit state Among other rea
sons why Dollard's hair cutting saloon maintains
its immense popularity is the fact that his Tolle
is appied to every head of hair cut at his estab
lishinent, consequently it is kept hi better pres
eivatinii than under any known application It
being thus practically tested by thousands, oilers
the greatest guarantee of its efficacy. '
Sold wholesale and retail at his Old Esteblish
meat 177 Chestnut street opposite the State
House, Philadelphia ,
It Dollard has at least discovered the on plus
ultra of HAIR DYE'untl announces it for sale
with perlect confidenca . in its surpasstng every
thing of the kind now In use It colors the hair
either black or brown, (as may...be desired) aim
is used without injury to the !Weer akin either
by stain or otherwise, can be washed off in ten
minutes, alter application, without detracting
from, ita cffioney Persons .vlsiting the city are
invited to give him a call
Letters addressed to It DOLLARD, .177..
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, will 'receive Kitten
Lion: , , Jan 9.5 ,ly
HAVE 1011 A COLD?
ALLOIIEft'S ELIXIR has acquired
Nur lust Celebrity , for'the cure of alldiseaaas
arising from severe•.colds, and he efficacy has
been attested and approved by hundreds.of our
most respectable cinema. In every instance
immediate relief has been givdn, as the,folloy‘.
lug . Certificate' from those have tried it beirs
testimony. Manufactured and for sale by
JAMES GALLOIIER, Agent.
- We the underelined de Certify that we'have
used Ga loher'n, preparati4n for Consumption,
Colds,' Diseases of the Lunge, Liver, &e., and
having experieneod immediate relief therefrOm
would recommend it, to, all °Minted in that way.
__Thou Mrs M Gonldt
It I%McCoy, L Wolf, .
Peter' WinnYer:, ; - 9 'Hackett%
'Joseph. Lebech, ' N, W:;, Woods,`:
Carlisle; April gfl„ y
: -FARMERS' 'wog ILIE •
waF9IEI and large 'supply. of GI Din 'fired lei;
' Hey' and Gmin - Rakea,May and. Grain
Forks, Scythe Smiths and. shaking, Forks, 30
dos GraidAnd Grass Scythes of the beet man=
tifeetore, warranted good had very cheap, et
the Old Stand, Nortlalannver street, Carlisle,
pfly 17 . \ . ' JACOB.
Not s Particle of: Mercury in - it
iniAlible remedy for Scrofula , Evil.
Rlithimatism, Obstinate Cutnneruo -liroptionv,
"ripples or Pustules on the Face, Blotches,
"?Boila, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Wm-m or Tel
ier,Scald 'Head, Enlargement dnd..Ptiin of the
Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic
Diaorders, Lumbago, Spinal Complaints' aml All
Diseases arising ftoman injudicious use or Mer,
miry, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of the
This valuable Medicine, which has become
celebrated for the number of extraordina,v
, cures effOted through its ligtney, has induced
the proprietors, at the urgent request of their
friends, to Obr it to the public, :which they do
with the utmost confidence in its virtues and
wonderthl curative properties, -The' following
certificates selected from a large member, are
however. stronger testimony than the mere.
word of the proprietors ; and are all from gen
tlemen well known in their localities and of the
highest respectability many of them .residing iii
the city of Richmond, Vs.
F. BOYDEN, • EsT of the Exchange Hotel,
Richmond, known eve r y where,says he has seen
t h e medicine called CARTISIeR SPANISH MIX-.
TIME administered in over a hundred eases, in
nearly all the dkeases for which it in recommem;
ded with the most astonishingly good results.—
He says it is the most extraordinary medicine
he line ever seen.
AGUE AND FEVER—Great Cnre.—l here
by certify that fOr three years I had Ague and
Fever of the most violent description. I had
several Physicians, took large quantities ot Qui
nine, Mercury, and I believe alt the Tonics ad
vertised, but all w•diout any permanent 'relief.
At last I tried Carter's Steds!' Mixture, two
bottles of which effectually cured me and I am
happy to say I have had neither Chills or Fever
since. I consider it the best Tonic in the world
and the only medicine that ever reached my case
JOHN LONGILiEN. •
Beaver anm near Richmond Va,
G 11 LUCK Esq now in the city of Richmond
aid for many years in the Post Office, has such
confidence in the astonishing cfficacy of Carter's -
Spanish . fit ixttme, flint he 1105 bought upsysirds of
SO bottles which hns given away to the afflicted.
Mr Lila snys he has never known at to fail when
taken according to directions
llc MINCE wpeactisilphysicon and former
ly of the City Hotel in the city of Richmond,
says be has witnessed in n number of instances
the effecteof Carter's Spanish Mixture which
were most truly surprising. He says inn case
of Consumption, dependent on the Liver, the
good effects were wonderful indeed.
SAMUEL M DRINKER of the firm Drink
t.r 86 Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver
Complaint of 8 years standing•by the use of two
bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture.
GREAT t..URE OF - SCROFULA—The
tors of the Richmond Republican had a servant
employed in their press room cured of violent
Scrofula combined with Rheumatism, which en..
tirely disabled him from work. Two bottl...s of
Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perf-ct cure of
him, and the editors in a public notice say they
"cheerfully recommend itto all who are afflicted
with any disease of tile blood " '
_ _ _
STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFU•
LA-1 had n very valuable boy cured of Scrofula
by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly
a valuable medicine: James M 1 aylor Conductor
on the R F & P It It Co Riclmiond Vo,
Mr John Thompson residing in the city of
Richmond, was cured by three bottles of Carters
Spanish Mixture.of Salt Rheum, which he had
nearly 20 ye-rs. and which all the physicians of
the city would not cure: Mr Thompson isa well
known merchant in the city of Richmond, Va.,
and his cure is most remarkable.
Principill Depots at M. WARD, CLOSF &
CO, Nn 83, Maiden Lane, New irnri
1' W DVOTT & SONS, No 132,Thwth .2(.1
ItF,NNEI"F & BEERS,No.I2S Main street,
And for sale by 9 laliott, S Haverstiek
Carlisle: Ira Day. Mechanicsburg; .1 H Herron
Nenwille; .1 C Altie, Shippensburg, and by dea
ere's in medicines eyerywhere. ,
THE WONDER OF THE AGE.
For the Cure of Salu•hcum, Chilblains, Corm
mon Sores, Chapped or Cracked -lA•nds, Burns
or Scalds, Cuts tn. Wounds, Piles, Inflammation
of the Breast, bites of insects; Sore Lips, rim
pies on the Face, and Breaking Out and Sores .
on Children; and all diseases ot the Skin.
This Ointment will cure the Saltrheum and
Burns, or Chapped( ) hands. quicker 1115(1 surer
than tiny other medicines of the kind, before the
'l'o substantiate the above, I can give hundreds
of certificates. but ('consider it no use, as (any
person can do the same, it they. have friends, for
even a worthless article) I . rely solely on the
merits of the Ointment for the public pntruniige.
N. B.—A single..box of this Ointment will
keep any Blacksmith's, Farmer's, Sailor's, or
Mechanic's hands, let them chap or crack ever
so bad, sound and 'in good working order all
winter• Prepared and sold by
Sold also by the principal Druggists, and
Country Merchants. price. 26 cents per boy
Nov. 16, 1853-1 y
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE subscriber lies now on hand a very ex—
tensive and-Well selected stork of BOOTS
and SHOES, which he Will sell
at unusually low prices. Porches.
eil'from wholesale renters, at low
rates, he can offer such inducements tot
sera as will %make it their interest to visit his
establishment. He has every article in the
boot and Shoe line—for Ladies or Gentlemen's
wear—he therefore deems it unnecessary to
particularize. iKr Persons iesiring good and
cheap goods are invited to give him a call.
April 12 , - W. SHELDON.
Corner of Ranotter and Loather eta., Carlisle,
TMB undersigned has atways , on hand a large
stock of superior Cabinet Ware. in all tile
different styles, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest prices, fie invites attention partic
ularly to the Patent Spring. Bottom Bedstead, a
moat useful article,-which entirely obviates all
objections. 'The bottom can be attached to old
Bedsteads: They have given , ititire satia ac•
lion to all who have them in use.
k7 - COFFINS made to order attho shortest
I ICOB 1 RT TER
Carlielo, Jan'y. 22 1851 .—ly.
FRITZ & HENDRY,
Store, 29 N. 3d et., Phila. '
Morocco Manufacturers, Corriere, importers,
Commission and General Leather Business,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Manufactory 15 Margaretta atrCet. eep7ly
.Fish, Fish, Fish.
XT I, 2 „& 3 MACKEREL. in whole; half
oil and quarter bbls, Lake Whim Fish, also a
fine 'aatiele(if SALMON TROUT from the
the Lakes and for the first time brought to this
market, in store and far sale by theaabseriber.
N. W, Cornell Market Square, Carlisle,
J. 0. HALBERT.
olig W• DELL;
JOIIN W. ITEILL d CO.,
GENERAL . COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.• F. N. r nosnromEnt
, , •
n 0 US 0, Sign; Panay, and ()momenta'
Niko, Iryin's (normally Harper's) How
next door:to Trout's flat Store: ile will at
tend promptly to all theatnnie: doseriptinns of
uitintini;et reasonabla...priden.' The various
lands of graining attendod to, such as' mahog
any; oal4Walnut, &c.. in the improved styles.
Carlisle, luly:14, ' •
: ' •, ' - ' 7 . • 'a. D. coin;
. . .
11.1'.0, '11.N..E Y. A T.- .1.. A, vtr!,,.. will eitmid
. Oromptly to ell butinneee'tlritrutted le-hm.-
ofilee in.th,e room 'formerly, oneuni ' by, Wii.
lent levhie; Dicier, Mitett i ttPu'lP_FiB r ,Carliele'.
1 April 510,; it 3.53... , im , c
!I s . ' l.' •, ;.- • , ~ . ' .: ),.4 0 `" .
'Otores anb Olpvq.
THE subscriber wishes to draw the alien . -
lion of thtiVtlic to heir owOuteresot,
winch tn . ; they coniitirri a o gOod advtintage,by
mounting , the elegent told complete assort
mentor' hardware to evetydoscripti4n, which
ho is now resitoitug at his, old stand on North
Hanover street. •
We' haven large supply ofsprings, huh!),
bends, laces, curtains, and floor oil clothe and
drab cloths, of different qualities, in fact every
thing in your line.
We offer.complete ttetts of veneers, knobs and
mouldings of 'walnut and mahogany,. to Hui
both the taste and the purse,
to splendid ossor ment of tools in your line
as also u complete stock of building materials,
Each as locks, hinges, screws, ladies; glass,
paints, oils, varnishes, turpentiee„&e. and va
rious carpenters tools cheaper than ever, as
has been acknowledged by' &carpenter who
has seen them.
cannot go ,wrongin giving'us a call „tor a sup—
ply olliammered, rolled, sht and other iron
genelally used, as alsti cast, shear American
and English blister oral, &c. '
OUR FARMER FRIENDS
will Oleo consult their interests by looking at
oar chlap shovels, forks, trace chains, homer,
and every other article from a cradle to a
plough,to suit them in price and qunliiv. •
TIIE PUBLIC GENERALLY
are also invited to esnmine the quantity and
quality now on hand of cedar ware, tubs,
churns, buckets, oils/ such as fish, sperm and
flaxseed oils, which will be sold at the lowest
cash prices. I would also call attention to my
splendid assortment of WALL PAPERS,
presenting a numberless variety of Patterns at
prices Irma 6 cis. upwards. Remember there
is nq mistake here, as allptieles will be Sold
at the lowest cash prices at the old and well
known stand rn North Hanover street. East
sine, betwebe McOlaughlin's Hotel and Kell
er's Hat Store. JACOB SEER.
HARDWARE-FRESH ARRIVAL ! !
THE subscriber having recurred, firm the
city vSould call the attention of his friends and
tho public gnerally to the
large nod well EC
leried assortment of Ilatt'wale which he has
just received. consisting in part of
. BUILDING ER IA LS,
nails, &ems, hinges, lt.olts.holts,
ass, putty, paints-, oils, &c., OOLF.—
edge tools; save and planes of every desertp
lion,s Hi file, tarps, hammers, anvils, &c
A general assortment of
SHOEMAKERS & SADDLERS TOOLS,
together with morocco. luting and hit ding
skins, shoe threat], wax, pegs, lasts, harness
mounting, saddletrees, &c.
COACH TRI NI MIN G—ctinvnes (plain, en
smelled, figured and embossed,)•patent widen--
Eamelled leather, sales, aprings, hubs, spoke,
Cabinet Makers will find a'. hogs assortment
of varnishes, mahogany and WaTrint;;.sheers,
moulding - . rosettes, hair cloth, curled hair, kc.
The stock of HI ON is large and well selec
ed, comprising nil the kinds in general use, as
hammered and rolled lire of nll sizes, flat, bar
and Land iron, round, F(Illne DP ,I eAnl iron,
horse shoe iron and nail rods,. N 4 ih n large lot
of cast and spring steel, English and, A mexican
blister steel, &c.
Housekeepers and those n but commenettig
will ind is to their a3vnntngc to call ond exam
ine our cutlery britirtnin nt d pint( d ware
pans, kettles, cednr ware, baskets, &c
In addition to the al eve we have received a
splendid assertrnent of WA I L PA I ER, nia•
king the sunk complete. and at is I, p i ke s as
cannot fail to give satisketion. We invite all
friends to call., knowing, it will'l.e to tl en own
advantage. Remember [Le old slut d, East
High Street, Car.isle, P,
Oct 12, 1P53. HF NT? Y PAXTON.
BR. S. B. surrxxxe,
ArIFFICIi; in Nortk,Hanoverstreet adjoining
I, JP 4r. Wolf's store. Office hours, more pnr
ticulsrly from 7to 9 o'clock, A.M.,amf from
5 t 0.7 o'clock. P.M. - fiunelB's
The Allen and-Enst Pennshorptigh Mutual
Fire Insurance Conipany of Cumberland coun
ty, incorporated by an Act of Asretnbly, is
now fully organized, end in operation under
the management of the following commission
Daniel Bailey. William R. Gorgas, Michael
Cocklin, Melehoir Brenneman, Chrisiion Stay_
man, John C. Dunlop, Jacob H. Coover, Lewis
Hyer, Henry Logan, Benjamin H. Musser. Ja
cob Mumma, Joseph Wickersham. Alexander
The rates of insurance are es low and favor-
Lib:a as any Company Mahe kind in the State.
Persons wishing to beeome members are in
vited to make application to the agents of the
company, who are willing to wait upon them
at any time.
BENJ. EL MOSSER, President
HENIti LOGAN, Vice President
Lewis flyer, Secretary
Michael Coddle, Treasurer.
Cumberland County.—Rudolph Martin, N.
Cumberland; C. B. Herman. ICingstown , Hen
ry Zearing,. Shiremanstown; Charles Bell,
3arllsle ; Dr. .1. Alil, Churclitown ; Samuel
Graham, Weet Pennaborougli; James Ma/ow
:el, Frankford ; Mode Griffith, South Middle.
ton; Samuel Coulter, Benjamin Iluverstick,
Mochanicsbuyg; John Sherrick, Lisburn; Da
vid Coover, Sheplierdstown.
York County.—John Bowman, Dillsburg
Peter Wolford, Franklin; John Smith, Esq.,
Washington ; W. S. Picking, Dover; J W.
ilarrisburg.flouser & Lochmnn.
Members of the
adnut to expire can have them renewed by
making application to any o(thetgents.. .
Nov. 24, I y.
Spring 10 Slimmer Clothing
STEINER DUO'S- di. Co., t.
A T their old stand ON MAIN ST.,
corner store by the Market House, have
just received their Spring and Summer supply
of Ready-Made CLOTHING, anti now offe••
to the public the large lit an'trinost carefully
selected stock in this section of country. They
have been very careful in malting their select.
tion to pay strict, attention to the quality of
the materials) and to the neatness, durability
and fashion of the workmanship6end their
entire stock they therefore can recommend."
Sack and Frock Coats,
Dress and Business Contso,-
• Overcoats and Pea Jackets,
Also PANTS and VESTS, ..
of every Iliaiirable style_ and..quallty, together
with a large. supply of
Gtnilemen v s Furnishing, Goods,
Shirts, Undershirtsi,.pcawers: Hose. Fancy
Stooks and Cravats, 'llatidkeroblafe. , Suspen•
dere Gloves, Umbrellas, &c.
• Od - Persons in want of the above articles will
do well to call soon and examine the quantity
and prices of the goads The articles named
above will ho sold astonishingly cheap, as we are
determined to defy all competition ; and those
who are in want of cheap and good clothing
will do well to call and examine • the qualities
and prices of our goods before purchasing' els
Whom Mim y
J 4 Ellr PUBILIC.ITIOXS.
BOOKS! - - BOOKS!!
A Year in Ttirkey, by Glade
Haps and. MiehaK, by Graco Greenwood.
Greenwood Leavee, •do . do
The adventures of a Country Merchant, by
the author of '•Wild Western Sconce."
The Tw,o Roads—the Right and the Wrong
published• by. Lippincott, Grambo & Co.
Potiphar Papers; or blidt Society in New' York
Downing on - Fruit Trees of America, &c:•
Also, • always on hand a.large assoriment.of
School Rooks, Stationery, &c, for sole by •
..: May 3) •-• • A, M. PIPER, fgt..
WIP 'UMW AAW Wil,tlt;
NEAR PAPEILTOR , E, Cllllll. CO,
' xcauivar,ri dc, susrmovit
CONTlRUElo.iupply. Lumber of all kinds
nt the ehortest IMMO, and on terms Liwer,
than can he had elsewhere.• , •Allordera directed
to E. "IlASlCELL,'Papertown. or - WM. D,
SEYMOUR...Jr.,CarIisIe, .be promptly
attended to. • -- s• ':• [Fel!Ztly
••• Agrietiltgrallmplement and Seed Store; ,
, Iprileburg, Pa.•
tlgrE 10.! : 91.Punt . trehnirlo.. t. iron Welt
.:Curcio, lino and wooden Tubbing.. for saki
°licit , h!';1 1 1 6 014 tOtilud.;,North' Hanover 'sired
• • • • •• 3ACOI). BEN ER.'"
• DYSPEPSIA, JAUZr DICE;
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY. DIS
EASE OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM '
DISORDERED LIVER OK .
Bluth us' Constipation, inward piles, fulness
bldod to lira head, acidiiy of, the stomach,
nauscu, heartburn, disgust for food. fulnpes or
weight in the stomach, sour eructations, sink
ing or-'fluttering at the pit of the stomach,
swimming of the head, hurried and difficult
breathing, fluttering at the beast, choking or
suifocuting sensations when in a lying posture,
dimness of _vision, doti or webs bolero , the
eight, fever anti dull pain in the head, de-flu:-
Jenny of perspiration, yellowness of the skin
and byes, pain in the side, back, chest, limbS,
&c., sudden. flushes of heat, burning' in Om
flesh, constant imaginings Of evil, and greti•
depression of spirits,
CAN' g ' EFPECTUALLY CURED , BY
DB. 13E0 OFLAND'S.
CELEBRATED' GERMAN BITTERS,
DR, 0, M. JACKSON,
No. 120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not
excelled, if equalled, by any other preparation
in the United States, as the cures attest, in
many cases alter Moira! physicians had failed.
These Bitte.rs are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rec
litigation of diseases of the Liver and lesser
glands, exercising the most searching powers
in weakness and affedlions of the digestive or
gans,-they are withal safe, certain and pleas
READ AND DE CONVINCED
Testimony of the highest character/ HON.
GEO. STROOP, Judge of the District Court in
Perry comity, Pp., Nov. Irbil), 1852 said: "your
flltmflartiPsGsrmin Bitters' has been in use in'
our place over a year peat, and to the astonish
meat of many hue performed wonders. We
may notice a few inetances that have come
under own immediate notice:—almost every
person who ha's stopped at the hotel of Wei.
Lackey, one year since, predicted ~ rem his o.
maciated countenance and debility, that he
could nut live touch longer. Ile was unable
to attend to his tininess, and 'for the greater
part of the time confined to hts room. Wo rec
ommended him to 'try the German Bitters; hp
did; and to the surprise ad! his Merida. lie is
now able to attend to his usual business and
pe'rform manual labor. The case of Henry
Asper a stone mason, whom no one supposed
would ever recover from the debility 'of his
system, but was looked upon as fast approach
ing the grave, took eight or nine bottles of the
Bitters during the lust winter, and this sum.
mot lie has been [to the surprise of all who
.hriew_his case] following his trade. The case
- of William Murphy is no less astonishing.—
Ile ion twos so fur reduced es to induce the
general belief that the grave a tone„woeld be
hie only rethedy. Mr. Luckey recommended
hint to try the lloofland's German Bitters; ho
is now apparently a well man, and able to do
a hard day's work. We could mention many
other eases of a similar character, if it were
necessary. I myself derived much benefit from
their use. I lion given considerable •of it a
way, not for yotir benefit alone, but to relieve
Bulletin humanity, end let me assure:you
am pleased to see the happy result., To the
afflicted we say, try, them fairly rind I will
' These Bitters aro worthy the attention of
h.volids, possessing great power in the reqto
ration of a healthy action of the .liver and 'the.
lesser glands, giving tone, to the stomach and
nervous syt tt m, and bringing the system gen
orally to a high state n, health. • ,
For sale by S. W. Hoverstielt and S. Ellintt;
Carlisle; Ira Day. 'Mechanic. Mug; J. Her
ron. Nyville; J. S. Altic, Shippeni.burg,and
by dealirre in mediein:s every ci here. '
DRUGS! DRUG 1 LUGS!
Z'reshst Spring Supply!
T II AV E just received. a fresh stock of Med.
1 icines, Paints,' Glass, Oil, &c., which
having been purchased with great care at the
best city houses, I can confidently recommend
to Fatnlies, Physicians, Country Merchants
and Dealers, as being fresh and pare.
Patent Medicines, Herbsand Extracts,
Fine heel vale, Spices.ground and whole
Instruments,. , Essences,'
Pure Essen': Oils 1 1 Perlumery, &c.
Cod Liver Oil—Warranted Genuine.
Log and Cam Woods,
I Lac Dye'
Wetherill & Brother's Pore, Lead, Chrome
Green and Yellow', Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Jersey Window Glass, Linseed Oil, Turpen
tine, Copal and coach Varnish, and lied Lead.
All of which will be sold at the very lowest
market price, Also,a fresn and splendid as
FANCY GOODS, FRUI'T'S.,
Confectionary, and innumerable other articles
calculated for use and ornament, all of wl.ich
are offered at the lowest cash prices, at the
cheap Drug Book and Fancy Store of the sub
scriber on North Hanover street. ~
S. W. HAVERSTICK.
May 28 IPSI.
SADDLE AND HARDIEES DIARDIG
rIE subscriber continues to carry on the
A' above baseless, in all et:various branches,
in North Hanover street, Carlisle, two doors
North of Leonard's corner, where ho intends
keeping on hand a:general assortment in hipline,
Consisting of all kinds of lash
ionable SADDLES, Bridle
\\‘Zls • _\ a ‘), ina d rtre, t;irthe,Cir ci ogle
" 'AI, ) ,
and u Halters, ~ r'a l ve° we,
manufa nil, r :addleols also
Spanish Spring Saddles, ever
. .II used in this country, those
wishing a handsome, durab.leand pleasant sad
'die will do well to call and see them: He also
manufactures Harness, Bridles, Collars and
Whips in all their varieties, and confidently be
lieves from the general approbation of his cue
tomers, that he makes the neatest and beet
gears,in all their variety of breadth, that is
muds in the country. He alert mattes all kinds
of Matrasses to order, viz: Straw, Husk, Curl.
ed flair and Spring Matrassea. All the above
articles will be made ,if the best , matei•ial and
workmanship, and with the utmost despatch. _
ianl4-IY WM. OSBORN.
CLOTHING! , CLOTHING 1
TUE subsorlher is nclw_having made up a lot
of Fttshionable and Substantial Clothing which
he will sell as cheap if not cheaper than-any es
tablishment in the botough. The stock will
Fina DRKSS.COATF : '
• vEsTINGs. &c
The Clothing Will: be mado out of none but
the heat quality of goods; cut out by an expe
rienced and good cutter, and the work got up
n the beet manner and by the heat of hands—
Wo hate now on hand a lot of ohowe Clothing,
and all we oak is for purchnsere to give to a
call Ond they will hepleaaedwith the work and
prices ; At the old mond on Coat !Min Street,
Jan 1,61 CHARLES . OGILBY:
FIE undersignetrhaving been the agent a
the Keystone Life insurance Company;
..o arrisburg, Pa., continues to net in that ra
pacity, by authority of said Company. Pe
would respectfully inform.the community that
he will attend to such parsons as niuy signify
their desire to insure their Hies, and thus give
'some protection to their bereaved fernlike and
_ friends, in elute of death. Office an West Pont.
fret greet, Carlisle.' ,
May9s tf J. WORTHINGON.
/TAKE NOTlCEmorTlial all persons
about commencing Ihnusekeeßigg and oth
ers .in want. of them, ran get, supplied with
Knives. and Forks; Spoons. Ladles. Coffee.
Pans,-,Kettles, Stalk Irons, &c., at tho
'owe' t rates by
190 t 13 • SAXTON.
Gresi 'Rush for Bargains
A'l.ille New iind Chow Store-of ,WEISE &
CAM PBE.LI. ..Weare• selling olio largo as
sortment of Cashmeres ..and Moue de LOMB at
greatly raduned Woes. I Call and see! -
Jan '2S.. 11151. •
NEW . GOODS.
moHE subscriber. has just received from Philo'
dqlphia a largo, neftortment of . D. R Y
GOODS end • GROCERIES. -which .will, be
sold, very cheap et her new 'Moro, next door to
• itiortin's Hotel and nearly oppoaito.Nlr.Ogil
~.ilu ``A DI)CtIIaCmCVJ.y,
To the Cititiens oi< Carlisk,
' A. L• HICKEY & CO. - No. 148 CHEST.
NUT Steeet, above'Sixth, Philadelphia, have
now on 'hand one of the largest, cheapest, and
most varied assortment of their Improved Steel
Spring Sole. Leather 'FR UN KS ever offered to
the public, with it line article 91 Light Weight
Sole Leather Trunks, Carpet and Leather Bags
•tor travelling in Europe. Also, a splendid as.
sortment of Ladies' press Trunks Bonnet Box
es, &c., ranging in price from Two to Thirty
with a fine variety of Hobby Horses,
Pkopellers, Gigs, &c.
'All of the above orticles we will sell low for
cash. Give us a call.
• 'Price Medal a,varded at-the World's Fair in
London in 1851. [may 81 3m
From• the Principal Factories and late
Comprising s full and desirable assort Tpnt tit
23 per cent below usual rates.
Dealers and others will do well to call before
purchasing elsewhere. 1000 packages on hand.
EDWARD F. CORFIELD,
152 South Second street ,above Spruce,)
nnl (73m Philadelphia.
[SUCCESNOR TO A. FIOT,]
.No. 164 Chestnut St., Stvaim's Building, Phila
10XN ENSI VEi Music Publisher, end peel
_Ed er in Musical Instruments of every de.
K2:elusive agent for t to Bale of Millet. Davis
Coo Patent Sospenaion Bridge JEolian and
L. Gilberi'sflotidoir Pianos. Melodeons, Mar.
Guitnrs,, Harps, Violins, Sheet Music,
Music Books, &c.
Residents attic country will be supplied by
mail or otherwise with music they may wish,
as low as if purchased in person. Having one
of the largest stocks in the United States. It
feel confident of sat ii•lying all who may' fi lavor
me wilt, n call or order.
Dealers in 'Music supplied on the most lihera
terms. Pianos to let. Second-hard Pianos for
sale. ,may' 201803 I y)
TUBULAR OVEN HOT AIR RANGE
Various Sizes, to suit Families, Boarding
Rouses and Hotels.
THOSE in want of a superior Choking Ap
paratus are invited to call at ou t Ware
house and exqraine this Range. For durability
economy and simplicity in operation it stands
unrivaled. perfect hot - air ventilation
—and meats belted in this °von will retain their
juice and flavor eqtln-l-ao that roasted before an
open fire. dents mid- pastry cooked tlie
same time without one affecting the other. In
will supply sufficient heated air to heat addi
tional rooms for the coldest ember. It hiss
no-descs ndtng or return flues, and is equally
well adapted to bituminous or common hard
coal. The steam vohe met the I MUTT Om of
the Range carries off the steam and scent of
cooking, as well as Id-nt in summer.
Every Range sold cva.-ranted to give sailsfac
lion, or no expense to the purchaser
For Public Halls, Foclories: — Pailroad Cars
Chimnies, Flues, Slaps, &came? s,
Pure air is a subject claiming the attention
of every indiii . dual, and all' buildit. ge t.hould be
provided with the proper means of ventilation.
Also, a powerful
Warming and Ventilating Furnace
For Dwellings.' chool Houses, Churches, Rails
Stores, Factories, lj•c.
A large nEsortment of OfEt e. Hall and Cook
ing Stoves, Parlor Grates, Registers, &c.
Wholesale and Retoil.
RAND & FIAYFS,
82 NO2 (h. Sixth street, Philo
--- irtr-Personn-1 attention given to wnr ntirp nn
evntilating both public obil private 1 ttilon pa.
:•0 '• •• 44
011 NAAIEN TA T. ' -,..4,,egt?
qt''' , -u.' 2 ` Shade & Fruit 'Fives ":..*•.c .
6 Flowering Shrubs, Plants, Vines,
in great vattiety and size. suitable for planting
the present reason. Cultivated and lot rule at
the Nursery and Garden of the subsoibcr nod
at his stands in the City,
In the Mat Let, below Fixth St„
p:7 - All arders carefully attended to and for
warded with despatch. catalogues furnished
S. DTA UPAY,
Rising Sun P. 0 , Phila
r. pl 19
DAVIS & cvIIN,
Lamps, Lai terns and chandeliers,
N E Corner Fourth and Cherry xis.,
jaAVI NG enlarged and improved Theii : lciore,
and having the largest assortment oi lampr
in l'hilodelphiu, they Iwo now prepared to tar
nish Comphine, Pine Oil,
Ethe ' real Oil, Phosg, no - Gla' and Lard Oil.—
Lamps. Lanterns of all patents, Fancy Hotel
and Hull Lamps, Chandeliros, Girandoles and
Candelabras, and 13rittama Larnps,at the man.
ulacturers lowest prices. Glass Lamps by the
package, at a small advance over out lion mi
cas. Being large MAN UF.V.../11.:R MIS of
Pine Oil, Burning Fluid, Ethereal Oil, A ice
.lll,l and (the only true) Phosgene Gas, they can
furnish tliese articles at such prices thus Mer
chants will find it to their advantage to buy.—
Call before going elsewhere, it you want bar..
gains. Also the Safety Fluid Lamp for sale.
October 5,1853-1 y
Sprint - and Summer Millinery.
NA RS. BRYAN, MILLINER, sonounces
j to the public-that she has just opened a
beautiful and extensivd assortment of Spring
and Summer Millinery, ht her stand opposite
Arnolds store, in Mechanicsburg. She is now
prepared to suit thp taste
- of ladies who nisi favor
V.... A . 1 / 4 7,•; • her with their custom, as
4 144" . ' her smelt- or, Crape Bow
nets and cheap-Bonnets of
all kinds, Silk Ilibtions,
Flowers, Trimmings, Sic:
cannot be excelled. She
will also' keep on hands Cap . collars, under=
steevea, hankerchiels and Mitts.. Iler assort
ment of fancy articles cannot fail to please her
customers. Ladies are invited to call and see
for themselves before buying elsewhere. Prices
reasonntile. fapril 2
A LARGE SPRING ARRIVAL!
WHICH surpasses in quatitity quality and
prices any that has over yet been opened
in Carlisle, consistiog of the greatest variety
of all kith's of flardivare, such as, Shoe Fin.
dings, Saddlery, Collett, Trimminge, Paints
Oils, Varnish, Glass. Nails, Files, Anvils,
Vices, Bellows, Springs, Asels, Bows, Felloes,
Venters, Cedarwaro, Farming Utensils, Bar
and Rolled Iron, Steel, &c., with a thousand
Having purehesed largely . , of Heavy Goods
previous to the advance in prices, I mu 'enabled
to sell goods at old prices. Poisons in w ant o
Hardware are invited to cell and esamine my
goods,and hear my s prices, and you will be set ,
isfied where the Cheap Hardware is to be lied."
(.OMy stock of WALL PAPERis - titinp-
Ppam hed by any in the Borough'.
Thankful fa the former liberal patronage, a
continuance oldie same is solicited by
JOHN P. LYNE..
West Side of North Hanover Street.-
xew Grocery and Variety
THE Suhseriber would respectfully inform
his Blends and the pulM generally -that he
has lust returned item the utile.: with
Antird n large and • varied assortment of
sus ;II ~.
%1 11' .
GlteiCE RIES, GLASS and
le, QUEENSWARE, FISH, &e. eze...
,11 il it •• •
1. • whlch he offers for sale en the moat
reasonable terms, at his NEW STORE. nor.
nor of North Hanover at. and the .
Publiu Square, directly opposite
the Carlisle Deposit Bank.. His o , w \ ,,1..
stock embraces everything use- ,`. ..:!.,
ally kept in a-Grocery and Vu- '
7 leintb!io twelnvited to onll, end examine
'his stock before purchnsing els4 , here,ns he feels
(Mnfideni ho can sell the beat goods tt the low.
April 5. '54,
.T. D. ItALBERT
arpentorsi and. Buitdors ore irlpiled (o
exotoine the ofisoriment 'of Lo-kik,'Lotrht
.he; Rohe, Hitless. Serowe, Glue, Putty, Oil, ,-
Paints, &o.IMAII foe sale cheap at
iuorl3 SAXTON'S: ;
' , PANKORITE."
MYERS' EXTRACT 'OF ROCK ROSE,
,11.4 Invaluable Remedy for all Scrofulous 4)ia..
eases, Indigestion, Salt .Rheum, Sick head
ache, Cancer, 'Nursing Sore Mouth, '
and General Debility, and as a
• 'Purifier of the Blood it is
The Rock• Rose has gained a reputation at
home and abroad, which no other inediefee
has ever done in the some longih of time.
According to the opinions of eminent Physi..
canoe, the Rock. Rose Pilot is unequalled in
Curing Y...erocula in its Various rennet
STATEMENT OF REV. E., R. WARREN
SPastor.•f the, 2d Baptist Churcli,New London.
Ct..) relative to Myers' Extract Rose.
To The American Public
As nty_ name has been used in connection
with recommendations of—Mr. Myers' Rock
Rose Syrup, in various advertisements by the
mutat lecturer, I beg leave to make the follow
iug statement w ith reference to my acquaint
ance with the remedy and teals to which I have
subjected it, and the reasons for having intro
duced it to the notice of private friends in the
C,: , llllllunity in which I reside, long , befine the
medicine was advertised. I wake this state
ment freely, because I have, as a principle,
withheld my name from all putout medicines,
and sedulously abstained from recommending ,
them to tile public, believing them frequently
the spawn of quackery and humbug, and as
tending to increase, instead of lessening humour
disease and suffering. Such, I leer, is the
character of a large portion .if the patent palm
coifs of this medicine-making age. "Their
name is legion," and from their influence, so
from the demoniacal spirits, wo have reason
to pray for a safe deliverance.
The First T.ot.-1 had. myself suffered oc
casionally with sudden attacks of Sick Head
ache, and Billious Diarrhea, and I had sought
a great variety of curative agents to but little
purpose; and suffering from thischsease (diar
rhea) at this time, I determined to test the new
Syrup first upon myself. The results were be
yond my expectationS. It was a powerful
alterative, and the menhir' action of the sl.stem
was changed, and the fulietions of accretion
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 woe not determined in a week, or a month;
but I took four or five bottles in perhaps as
many months. Since that time I have suffer—
ed but slightly from these derangements. Illy
Sick Headache is entirely Cured.
Other Tests.—Finding this medicine so use
ful to myself, I at once gave it to several inva
lid friends. About this time, I was earnestly
solicited to vim advice in reference to a child,
some .eight_years of age. .This child—was
severely afflicted with a Scrofula humor, of a
vary severe type, the 'minor 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, it
guve'the child this Syrup for about six weeks,
when she had sufficient strength to go nut to
school occasionally. The swelling rifler limbs
ceased, and she was restored to health. The
family feel that they owe her life, with G.iti's
blessiog,to my remedies.
This test satisfied me that the Rock Rush
possessed specific - powers for Scrofulous ho
more.. : I then tested it in eases of Cutaneu a
Eruptions, in Measles, Chicken Pex. Cane r",
Sore Mouth, Erysipelas i Salt Rheum, Piles, kg,
In an'theare cases with perfect success. Alto!
testing this Syrup for more. Limn a year, I
. wrote Mr. Myers (October 7th, 1850) enthusi•
astleally, not expecting my letter would ho
published, that his Syrup was a Patikorite,"
all.heaking, and I gave him the result of its
opeiatione in' several instances. I stated in
that letter that it was invaluable as a remedy
in Cutaneous Eruptions, Erysipelas, Salt
Rheum. and other disorders, included in the
varied family of diseases known no Scrofula,
&n..: that in Dyspepsia it acted with wonder—
ful My opinion of its value for the
abive named diseases, remain unchanged, bntl
the same as when I wrote Mr Myers in Oct.
1850. 1 do not recommend it for all the ills
of our suffering humanity ; but I unhesitating
ly say, that its n remedy for Scroltilons affec
tions I belicire it superior to any known cura
It hos been sufficiently tested by rbimestic
proctice to establish its - adttption to extensive
usefulness in mitigating human suffering and
renbit ing diseases.
But What is the Rock Rose?
The followirig - history of, the Rock Rose
plant and its medicinal properties, we-nike
from the New Haven Palladium, March 1t452
‘• The increm.ed intereht manifested in the
Rack R.ee plant, in cotriegiience of the man y
wonderlul cures effected by Myers' Compound
Extract of Rock R.ise,' calls for u brief history
of it, in urdei to correct any errinic is ophi.
moll the t may have been entertain. di nneern
ing it ; and elect to set in s true ligl:t the na
ture ad plant which. promises to be univer
"We are indebted to the United States Die
pensatory of 10417, for the following descrip
tion of it
n , It is entirely dilTitrent 'from the common
Rosa. It is a red-stemmed, oblong lea• plant,
having a bitter taste. In addition to remark
able peculiarity of the plant, of hearing two
crops of flowers in one season, it also has ano
ther interesting and beantiful property.
Dr. liu loot soy's, that in the mouths of Nos
vomiter anti December, he has seen hundred
ot these plants, send 111 out near. their, roots,
broad. thin, curved ice ery.stals, about an inch
in breadth: which melt 41 during the day, tied
.were renewed in the morning. For a more
miiipte and auilienticril desdription Olt, the
reader is referred to Toney and Gray's Buten
Its Medical History and Properties
Aro far the most important, since upon these
depends its value to the community. Dr, Lou:
don says that in 1799, it was so valuable in
England, that it was cultivated from seeds.
Ever since 1800, Professor Ives of Yule 031-
lege, fins habitually teal it with great success
n Scrofula and Chronic diseases, min through
him its Virtue+ were made known, until, so Dr.
Tyler Buys,,!' it is now in this section (New
Haven) a common article in domestic practice
for the cure of Scrofula and Cutaneous die.
Dr. Whitlaw, a Sco'cli Botanist of notoriety
while travelling in America in 1814, learned
its use in Canada. Returning to England, he
.employed it in medicating his bathe, which
becunie greatly celebrated for cure of Simi
Dr. J. H. Thompion, of the same place, pre
scribed it in bud cases of Serlfulous patients,
at Wills' Hospital. His success attracted the
attenttnn of senior physicians, Ile reports the
following remarkable cane of white swelling of
the hip, in February, 1814 :—Tfie lad was
seven years old, and had the disease three
years. The bone was dislocated both upward
end outward. There was a large opening in
the 11106116 g to the hone; into which I could
thrust my finger. I counted three ulcers. He
hild been under several physicians, who had
given him up, I ordered a decoction of Reck
Rose. In two days his night sweats ceased
I then ordered a teasnoonful nt Rock Ruse three'
times a day."l7sirty ',line days after he WdO
Dr. Wehb,-of Madison, Ct., testifies to the
value of Roelc Rose, as evinced in the cure of
numerous eases of the. Scrofula, escocially in
Manufactured by W'rri Franhlin & Co.. Now
Mr. Warren,though n minister of the Gos
pel, has for a period of 15 years, given Wen
lion to the eubject oflnedieal seience,to_qual.
ify him to atimini.ter to the sick; n connection
with his jaetnral duties.
EDWIN R. WARREN. •
New Landon. April 2, 1853.
./14 , elige In Conberland Cetinty.—S. W. Hay
.ersiielf, S. Elheit and W. A • Helen, 8 a rlisle;
Haverstick & Strohm Ilingetown ; J. ,wisher,
Meelianieshorg ; M. ' Ditner, Shiremanstown;
Eppley & Emil. Cedar Spring; J. Bighorn
Store& Vs Gap ;• Three Grenson, PlainfiiJJ
Heron, Newville ; J. 11: Wiley, Green
,Spring:;' Wherry & Eisenhower; Newborg W.
D. Shipponsburg ;, Russel & Dice;
Dickinson; Aleirandei & 111ullen;PaliiiirtoWn.
Dr.t. IT i.enhrr. Clitiralito‘vn.
4.. VERY• large lot of ,W A 11,1. PA PER
ovdry shade nod design, at priceirronoi,ng
from fisentenOwnide. The etnek consiela
efull nelortinont of Common, Sodn; Silvered
and Gilt Papers; all of which will he sold knit.
a , .• „ „ .6111SAXTON13.0
EPILEPSY CAN BE CURED.
rgalm''s Vegetable Compound,
, FOIL TILE OVER OF .
EPILEPSY OR FITS ! ,
IS performing 'more wonderful cures than any
other medicine yet known or.before the pubic.
PRICE FIVE DOLLARS A ,BOTTLE.,
The prcprietor has !tibia possession numetous
eettiticatea, narrating the
Astonishing and Miraculous Cures!
effeeted by this medicine, and directs attention to.
the following only, to assure those who are so
fortunate to be of uith the terriblt disease
heretofore regarded incurable, that LAKE'S pre
IS ALMOST INFALLIBLE IN ITS . CURE!.I
From Mrs. Frocks, widow of Maj. Jna.
lute of Conneaut, C.
Mr. NEAT, Feb. 9 r. Z. LAKE—Sir : ON
: Fien se U send n;e, alBs3.nother
bottle of Fit Medicine, as J do not like to be
without it ion hand. t 1 hen I commenced gising
the medicine to my son Edgar, Ire Iwd from one
to three Ms per day. fle has now taken the me
dicine over five months, and has 1111;1.1 think, but
two fits in that I me, and those iiery light. ills
body and mind are ver3 mueli improved; and Ly
the olessiog of God, I feel that the medicine will
restore his body and mind to their ;sowed 3'. Ile is 24 activi
years old, and has had fits over 12
years. which have Lees very frequent, and very
destructise to his constionion and mend 11 un
areas of dollars have beer; expended lor medicine
to "cunt FITS," but nothinkilas relies ell him un
til he used your medicine. Respectfully yours,
From Judson Landon, County Superintendent 0
the Ashtabula County I titirmaty.
KINGSVILLE, Feb. 4, 18.53.
Mr Z. LAKE—Sir: I'lease scud a few more
bottles of your Fit Medicine; ' I may not need
it, but think safer to keep it on hand. Your me
dicine has done wonders. I gore it to Al iss Jane
Delano; she has had fits for 26 }ears. brought on
by having the measles %heti rut friar cols old,
which could not be brought outgo the sucllice.—
Alley taking the medicine n few days, stiE DAD
Fg , IE cnpy tit IMIEA q.ES, and bas bad no'fits
he had fits or s 3 mptoms almost daily. Ire and
her father unionr with me in Using that we he -
hese the medicine has or a ill work a pelted , cure.
I also gave the medicine to Miss Jane tkiider-
SOO and A ris Corby, uho have had fits almost
daily. Inc a number of years '1 heir fits Novo
soil I believe the medicine will have . the
desired 1151-ct. Much money has been' eXpended
1,3 the friends of the above patients for doctoring,
all to no purpose. 'nip cure was left for your
medicine to perform, and I can cherlully recom
mend it as a valuable disuosiery.. Uespeavfully
tours. SPDSON LANIION,
Superintendent Ashtabula Co. llifirmaev. I
Prepared and sold at wholesale by Z. LAKE,
i F WELLER, traveling agent.
Sold. by .S W Daverhtielc,..Carlisle ' • E ff
Thomaa,Meclianicsburg; D W Gross, Harris
burg. out 5-Iy•
LY. for2s cents, by means
of the POCKET /ESC U..
EA PIUS, or, Every One
HIS OWN PHYSIAN !
lion, with one hundred en•
aravings, showing Private
Diseases - and Malforma
tions of the Generative
System, in every shape
mid form: to which is ad-
Diselisei• of Females, in.
, males only (see page 190),
being oldie highest importance to married' peo•
ple, or thosecontemplating marriage. By 11 M.
NG, M. D., Giliduate of the University cf
Pennsylvania, Member of -the Royal College of
Surgeons, Londonond Honorary Member of the
fibiladelphin Me diens society. The various
loans 01 Secret Diseases. Seminal Weakness,
Diseases of the Prostrate Gland. Impotency, soli.
tory habits of youth, are faithfully described, and
all the recipes given in plain language. The
chapter on selfsabuse and Semond Weakness is
worthy of prrtieularattention and should be read
by every one. 'Young men who have been nnfor-
Mutate in contracting disease, pre, Vous to placing
yourselves under the care of ary doctor, no ma).
ter what his pretensions may be, get a copy of
of this truly valuable work.
Seii Captains and persons going to sea, should
possess Dr. Yonng's Treatise on Marriage, the
Pocket /Esculapius, or Every one His own Phy
sician. _ . _ • _
irr Let no father be ashamed to present a
eopy of the /Esculapius to his el ild. .It may
save him !cool an early grave. Let no young
man or woman enter into the sect et ohlicstions
of married life, without reading the pocket .Ass
culspius. Let no one suffering from a backnied
cough, pain in the side resat 63 nights. 1111211 M!
feelings, Hod the whole train of I)) enclitic seosa.
firms, and given up by their ph3sician. be an.
other moment without consulting the /Escula.
dins. liaise the married or Those about to he
married any impediment, read this irrly useful
Book, as it has been the means of saving thou.
sands of unfortunate creatures Iron( the v..ey
jaws of death. Upwards 01 a AULLION-copies
of this celebrated work has been sold in this
country and Europe since 1838, when the first
edition was issued.
(Cr Any person sending TWF.NTNATVE
cents enclosed in a letter. will receive one copy
of this book by mail; or five copies will be sent
for SI. Address Dr. N 1 ILI.IAM YOUNG,
No. 152 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, — Post
Twenty years practice in the city of !Idiotic'.
phi!, ceentioly entitles Dr.''Young to the confi
dence of the afilictcd, and he may he em sidled
on any oft lie (list ales described w his difk!ent
(Inblicatimis. at his (ace 152 Spruce Stu et,
every day between 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sunda! ex.
cepted) and persons at any distance can consult
Dr. Young 1,3 letter, POST rein.
Better testimony than was el:rr uttered in Fa
vor of any other Vermange !I
RECOMMENDATIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
We, the subscribers, Medical Practioners,
having been made at ottainted u ith the composi
tion of •• Shriner% Indian, Vomib ge," take
pleasure in recommending it to the public as a
valuable reinedy for the expOlsion of Worms,
t being both safe antl4ffectual.
Samuel bwope, M.D.Taneytown,
John Swop: , M I), ?
Carrol co., Mil
J. J. Weaver, M. D.
Jno. E. H. Ligget.
Liberty, Frederick co., Mit ,--Tliontas Sim.
.M. D, 0. IL Owings, M I) Tilos. Sappington
.N 1 D Sidney Sappington. M IL
James M Geyer, M 1) Woodaborn,
G IL Sappington, M 1), Veto.% ille,
Wm A Mathias, M 1), Westminster. Mil
Be particular to ask for for SH FIZ'S:IN.
DI AN V I.llt. MIFUGE, and take inYotlier
Price 25 Cents per Bottle •
Prepared by W Shriner, Druggisrand Che
And sold by all storekeepers ,
- - Jan 25. 4rn:. ,
ANOTHER GREAT ARRIVAL!
SPRING Br. Minh DRY GOODS,
At the Store of N. IV, WOODS.
the Great Mart for Dry "Goode & Groceries
TSP. subscriber reepecilully informs hie
friends arid' numerous customers. !hid lie has
returned from Philadelphia with a large and va
ried aaaortment. of Spring and Summer Gouda;
consul:int, in Dart of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
such as black and fancy silks,bitick and c bongo
able alpitcas..buragee, borage de !nines, moue
de bege, bombazines; plain, figured and chang
eable poplins. lawns, gingliams, ahawts,calicoes,
gloves, hosiery. &c.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
such as fine black and brown French Cloths,
black Doeskin and lancy Cansimeres, min and
faky Vestings, black and ltdian fancy Cra
vats, auspenlals. giants. tee.
HATS D CAPS,
A largo funtortmentrhi-Mon's dnd Bnye"
tints and Caps,embrneing every style and qua
lity. A leo. a large and 'varied assorttnent
Parasols, Bonnets and Ribbons.
Blenched and unbleached Muslim Checks,
Ticking., Jeans, Drilla. Table-diapors, Bagging
osnaburgs: towling, lable•line•ns•
• BOOTS, AND SHOES.
A large assartenent.ol.llion's Women's'and
(lhildreire Boots and Shoes, Jenny Lind ani
Buskin Shoes at very low prices.
Colored and White CA PP.T
, .'GR 0 0 E,RNI E S ,
A large assortment of GROCERIES, such
as Sugar. Coffee, Molasses, Rice, Tens, &e.
• All who visit our establishment are free to
neknowledne that we are selling Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods, Hoots, - Shoes, dim, at ns•
teniehingly,low prim! Our low prices have
already attracted n lame number , of people. - -'
The tuteutinn of all who wish good bargains
is soheititil. ae grept inducements can bo offered . •
D on' t" I °Net the oldudand, Humerich's core,
nor: North Hanover Street.
Butter,gfisi Bags Mid Soap taken at markt
prices. - gnarl. w.gwOODS,
April - • Agent.) ,