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actual butiness,of the Farm; so tliat wizen he
returns to `his family and imine, it is bid. to
quitique his daily ;occupation, and with a test
,which knowledge alwaSql im,.arts to labor.—
Hie attention will no he turned to those'rrico••
fitsinnal purcultSiti which SO few attain that
degree a einiuenoti which gives them even
.respcotabilley of standing, and in which so
many sink intii.utter worthlessness and even
To mill a'young graduate from the'nnmingled
litertfry pursuits of a College and its concomi
, tent nesocititions, to the every day occupation
• 'of a farm,. of tihich he knows nothing, and to
a society which he cannot appreciate, is a draft
upon his endurance well calculated to excite
disgust. But give him knowledge of the roil
sous which Nature's God bits assigned for all
those things in, which he is engaged: let him
understand the mochanistn' of the implement
he uses, permiOdm to exercise the dictates
of his own educated mind amongst his associ
ates and others to whom it will be his pleasure
and pride to import his information, and this,
too, with hands accustomed to labor, and you
will ever atter find him pursuing the happy oc
cupation of a farmer, with profit to himself,
great advantage to his neighbors, and a conso
quent, benefit to the interests of the State,
If the Legislature at,„.its next Session will
sauotion this enterprise, by amending the bill,
and making such an npproprintietrits is here
suggested, we have the most entire confideniie
In the ultimate success of the work, and that
there will be more applicants for admission to
such an Institution than should he brought to
gether at ono point, and that this will be fol
lowed by others to be located at different points
in the State, All of which is respectfully sub
FREDERICK WATTS, Chairman.
This report having been read, and there not
being a quorum present legally competent lo
transact business, Mr, . MCll‘voin, of Chester
offered the following resolution, which was
agreed to :
Resolved, That the report just read he re
referred to Frederick Watts. , Geo. W. IVood
iallooe duty It shall ho to
ward, L. Ellyyn,
addressethe people of the State on the subject,
and ask the legislature to amend the Till no in
dicated in the report, and that said Committee
makeall necessary inquiries where the Farwn.rs
High School of Pennsylvania, may be most
advantageously located, and that they invite
propositions from all parts of the State for
ADDRESS TO TUE PEOPLE OF PENNSYLVANIA
- refer -you to-the-foregoing-proceedings
for the subject upon which we address you;
and yve can offer little else to explain - the object
In view. There is no business in life which
can derive more aid from the light of knowl.
edge than the pursuit of agriculture. There
is no business which can conduce so muds to
human happiness as this—there is no business
in which there are so many persons employed
—all others in the aggregate, do not make so
many—and yet it is a fact that there is no
school in our State adapted to educate a far
.- mer. It may be truly said that the Farmers
of Peansylvania have never derived any ad
vantage frOm the large appropriations which
have been made -by the Legislature to the sev
eral Colleges of the State. The price of an
education at those Institutions has always
been beyond their means; and the quality .of
it, when obtained, has added cotnparatively
little to benefit them. What we rmw propose
. l is to establish a school where practical farm
log, and all the knowledge which pertains to
right understanding of that subject shall be
taught, and that the product of the labor of the
pupil shall be appropriated to his education
and maintenance, to such an extent as to bring
the price of learning within the reach of those
whose business and habits require the study
of economy. How many are there who, know
ing the value of an education, feel desirous
that their sons should have its benefit, and yet
look around in vain for an Institution whose
teachings are so practical as to, prepare youth
for the pursuit of Agriculture? How many,
. too, fear the dissipations of a town—the temp
tations of a period devoted alone to stu ly—the
conviction that the son will be educated in
mind and habituated in body to a state of en_
tire unfitness for practical and active life?
lethitt want is to be supplied. it behooves
those who are interested in Agricultural pur
saks every where, to interest themselves in
the 'establishment of a "Farmer's High School.'
,Individuals, who have no feelings to gratify,
and no interests to subserve, beyond the mere
desire to do good, ore willing to devote their
time and their money_to the organization of
such' an Institution. They too, propose to ap
propriate a much larger sum - than that asked
'of the State, and the question is submitted to
the reflection of the people, whether they will
not take an interest in 'a project which so much
concerns them, and urge upon their Represen
tatives the importance of the measure.
With a determined purpose that this design,
which promises such important results, shall
not fail for want of an effort, and anticipating
thefavorable action of the Legislature at its net
eessionwe have been instructed to examine in
to the subject of where the "Farmers High
School" shall b . e located. It is very certain
that its location will confer great advantages
on the community around it. The example
which it will afford—the knowledge it wil? im
part—the expenditure it will annual'y make—
are matters worthy of consideration and will
probably induce individual exertion to have it
located at different points in ihe State. We
are instructed to solicit and receive proposi
tions on this point, to be submitted to the Board
of Trustees as soon as the institutiou shall have
been organized. And communications on this
subject, aderessed to either member of • the
Cornmittee, will rookie a right direction.
GEO. W,WOODIVARD, Com.
A. L. ELWIN.
HAVE YOU. A COLD?
grIALLOHER'S ELIXIR has acquired a
Rjl - MA celebrity fur the cure of all diseases
arising from severe; coldevand its efficacy has
been attested and approved by hundreds of our
most resileOteble citizens. In nvery Instance
immediate relief has been given, as the bonny .
ing certificate from those have tried it bears
testimony. Manufactured and for side by
JAMES .GALLOLIER, Agent.
We the undersigned do rertily thatt have
nearer's loher's preparation for Consumption,
Colds; Diseases of the Lunge, Liver, i&o , and
having experieneed inamedinto relief therefrom
would reeomotend it to all afflicted in that way.
• Thom H Skiles, Mrs M Gottld,
H McCoy,' • L Wolf,/
Peter Monyer. 41.8 Hackett. ) , •
Joseph Lobaeh, N. W. Woods.
Carlisle; April 25, 1854-1 y
FARMERS,. LOOK HERE.
FESH and large supply of Main Cradles,
Hay nod Grain Rakes, I lan and Grain
:Forks, Scythe Snaths and shaking Forks, 30
dos Grain and Grasti Scythes'efihe brat man
ufacture, warranted good and very/,cheap, at
She Old Statill, North Hanover street, Carlisle..
May 17, " . , • JACOB .SIpNES.
MICE highest price will be pall in cash for
JlLBurnee in lerrif or email• intentidee, if de
livered at lie•aubsoriber In,'East s‘., Carlisle.
JnnptA, '54.-3m] JACOB SHROM. ' •
BROGAN LONG, SELAWLS-Juet• re•
ceived a few Long and Sanwa :Dream'
Shaw a s andifor sale,bV
J. H. WIT3E,
. . .
MARtkiitlNT3 I -BARHIAZINTS I!
At. Weise and C am pbezL'a
.11.retii and Cheap Stare, S. W: 'c o rner 'oflrano
vet j Loneher sAreete.
WE tow feel a pleasure.tn ,aanouncing !hat
wive just received a splendid and ulloico tis•
dortinelit of Spring nod Summer Goods, which
we will oiler at .'saeli prices as cannot fail. to
ntease. The stock consists of
Black Fancy Dress Silks, Foulards, Organdies,
Brilliants, Lawns, Jai:sin:us, Bareces, !Sze.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
A 11001) II I lot or •-3 IdLICS ' iddJersleeves
Itaillings, Edgings, Insertings, mourn•
log collars las lerslneves,einbroideced linen
gin allams, cheeks, tielcings, 1111511118, jeans,
drills, Jaz•stalf mid flannels.
C 'l' II S , &c., &c.
a handsome lo[ vl cloths, e:tasimers and N• eating
a I arge ass irtralut of Ladies and Misses French
lae o , gos molars, belgrude, tripoli. braid air'
doaaets. Itiese3 binds tine Plata all of
wiiica will be slid at 1111 , 111Ially low prices. .
Ni .311's and B canton, leghorn, , china pearl,
8011.tle and polio leaf Fl at s ?arasols, Um—
brellas and. lookintr-glaeses very cheap.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We are selling n large lot of lidies . .shoes ohd
gaiters at greatly 'educed prices. as we intend
disco:lo.l.g this breach of oar bootlaces.
GROCERIES, &c., &c.
Rio and lava Colree, roasted coffee, brown and
white Sugar, Lovernigs Syrup Molasses, Teas,
Our stook, tor variety and cheapness, is cer
tainly not suroaysed by any in the nonntry.-
1 - 3.lyer who with to pooltaie articles of supe
rior coollty, at reasonable prices, simold not
fail to Vivo us a,call. . (April 5, '54.1
GAS PITTING& PIATIVIBIATG.
undersigned w mid inform the citizens
of C.trlisle ilmt he hits static arritatuitneats
to dnGAi Ft l' FIN G and PLUMBING at
short uotiie. and 011 reasonable tilmns, He has
gel the services of a first rate hand f-om
Philadelphia, and has supplied himself with an
extensive assortment of FIXTURES, which
w i ll suable hint ti fill all orders promptly,
worn will ho warranted. Ilis stock of Gas Fix
tures will he found in the roots exactly oppsite
his l'inititiv establishment on North lie over
street, where lie invites a call.
He is nisi) prepared to 'furnish, or make to or
der,l every ortiele of TIN-WARE eyed by
hoosnkrepers and others. He will also aiteod
to SPOUT! ING,TIOUSE•IIOOFING, BELL
HANGING, and PLUMBING.
Thankful fur the patronage with which hehns
already teen raynred, he respectfully solict(s
a continuance on the same.
Carlisle June 14,
NI dimes' &c, -&c
az / I have, just Jeceiyedfront
[qua and New York very extensive
additions to my former stock; embra
(t . sing nearly every article of Nieffietrie
now in use, toge,,ier with Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Perfumery, Soaps,
Stationery, Fine Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,—
Bridles of almost every description, with ,
endelss variety of other articles, which I-am di -
tormined selltit the VERY Lower- prices.
All Physicians, Country Merchants, Pedlars
and others, are respectfully requested 'not to pass
the OLD STAND, as they,may rest assured
that every article Will he sold of a good quality,
anti upon reasonable terms.
Nve ,9 * kr_iy
Corner of Hanover and Loather sts.,
rill E undersigned has always on hand a large
1: --- stock of superior Cabinet Ware. in all the
different styles, which he isurepared to sell at
the lowest prices. lie invite= attention partic
ularly:to the Potent Spring Bottom Bedstead, a
most useful article, which ent•rely obviates all
objections..—The botiorn can be attached to old
Bedsteads. TlAy have given "mire satisae
tion'to all who have them in use.
rr COFFINS made to order anho shortest
Jan'y. 22 1851.—1 y.
lATE arrival of the steamer "Old Stand,"
North Hanover street, laden with a large
stock of HA RDW A RE, direct Irom the man
ufactories, is now ready for sale, wholesale or
retail. Country merchants willl do well to call,
as we will sell them goods at a very small ad
vance on city wholesale prices; and we are
detertnined to sell at very smell profits. Give
us a call aprl.o am persuaded you will not leave
.rnakinrit purchase, as you moll find
goods at 'the' right mark. Old Stand, North
May 17) JACOB SENER.
ROBERT B. SIVIILEY,
ARINET MAKERA-ND UNDERTAKER
North Hanover Street, and next door to Glass's
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Carlisle and the public gener
ally, that he now has on hand a large and ele
gant assortment of FURNITURE, consisting
in part of Wardrobes, Card and other Tables,
Sofas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, plain and fancy
Sewing Stands. Bt.c. manufactured of tho best
material and quality warranted.
a general assortment of CHAIRS at
the lowest prices. Venitian Blinds made to
order, and repairing promptly attended to.
-0:1 - Coffins made at the shortest notice, and
hhvinea splendid hearse he will attend
als in town or country.
4 ,- Remomber the stand— next door to H.
Glass's Hotel. novilt R. B. SMILEY.
CLOTHJEDIG AT COST.
THE subsuribcr has an assortment of
ionable and well made CLO which
will be sold off at cost lor cash. The Bieck
Cloth and Cashtnarett Conte,
Linen and Gingham, do
Tweed and Jean, do
Marsedls, Silk and Satin Vesting.
Cassimers, Jean's and Cord pantaloons,
Linen and Cnitenado . du
with all kinds Clothing usually found in a cloth.
irk; st ms. IntenJi , g to relinquish this hrtneh
of my business, great bargains can be had by
calling soon et the cheap store of
• • CARPETING.
(ow pieties justrocived from auction and
soiling very low. CIIAS. OGILBY•
Store, 29 X. &la., Phi la.
Morocco *melte:nacre, Curriere, Importers,
Commission and General Leather Business,
Mannfactory 15 Margaretta street. sep7ly
TAKE NO l'lCE,—That all persons
about commencing Housekeeping and oth
ers in want of them, can get supplied with
Knives and Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Coffee-
Mills, Pans, Kettles, Sad• Irons, &v., at the
lowest rates by • „
mall 13 H SAXTON.
OHN W. 'BELL,
NOUN W..BELL di. CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION. MERCHANTS,
]v BA LTIM6 E •
ri A RPENTERS, Cabinet tankers, Waggon. •
11.) makers, Coach-Makers, Ilhuo•tnakore an d "
Mechanics germane, who are in want el good',
TOOLS, to call st Lynn's, where'you can'nl.,
: supplied with a tulldtitt of superior
Tools from ,tho best•manulacturioo. Warren•
ten at paces lower than over was hoard of at
We t Side Nortli'llano.ver sireet.
Fish, Fish,' Fish.
0.,1, 2 & 3 MACICKREI.,,..in, whole; half
fine iaandie q e u o r f t e S r A h L bi MO L N ak • e
F ie ro a t lsoa
the Lakes and for the fireCtime•hrought to this
market, in store and for male by the sobseriber.
N. W„ CernOrplarket Square, Carlisle, —
iniarppn o-wad Buntdorti ,nre • invited to
U•exentine the aseintmont of LO2lts, Latch
.ea, Bone., Mogen, Glues, .Putty, 011,
dt.o.. 411 for ealkoheop at . ,
lin r ftware,%,:.ofardWare%
N. K. CAMPBELL
• .1 . , ;
THE iubseribo,' r 'Vieh r oti to draw the Wen.
lion* the public to iteWO,v.it intercniV,
watch they, may punimii good advantage' by
examileng the • etegent and complete anentt
wont 'Hartwaru lit dem:Option, which'
he le,eow reuelvtugut hip old etund,on, North
Hanover etreet. , .
We have a large' supply 01 springti, hubs,
bands, laces, curtains, and flour oil cloths and
drab cloths, ol.dilferuitt qualitieg, in Wei eve!) ,
thing to your Into.
To ,GAIHNET-MAKERS' ,
Wo offer cinn'inetesettb of veneers, knobs and
mouldings of walnut anti roahounny, to Bui
both the taste and the plus°,
to sp Icndid asset. meal of toois iti ydbr line
as also a complete stuck of building materials,
ouch as locks, hinges, across, latehe's, glass,
paints, oils, varnishes, turpentine. &c. , and Va
rious carpemers tools cheaper than ever, as
has been acknowledged by a carpenter who
has seen therm
cannot go wrongin giving us a call for a sup—
ply of hammered, rolled, alit and other icon
generally used, as also cast, sheer American
and English blister steel, &e. NC.
OUR FARMER FRILNDS
will also consult their interests by looking at
our cheap shovels, forks. trove chains, homer,
and every other article Item a .cradle to a
plough,to suit them in price and qualbv.
THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
aro also invited to examine the quantity and
quality now on hand of cedar ware, tubs,
churns. buckets, oils, such as fish,' sperm and
flaxseed oils; which will he sold at the lowest
oash prices. I would also call attention to my
splendid assortment of WALL PAPERS,
presenting a numberless variety of Patterns at
prices from 6 eta. upwards." Remember there
is no mistake here, as all articles will be sole
at the lowest cash prices at the old and well
known stand en North Hanover street. East
sine, hetweee MeGlaughlin's Hotel and Kell.
er's ILit Store. ' JACOB SEA ER.
HARD WARE-•FRESH ARRIVAL ! !
TfIE subscriber having tt.ntrneti frrm the
city would cull the attent-ion-et his tricnds and
the public gnerally to the large , ned well se
lected assortment of Hardware vatich 1, 0 bee
just received. consisting in part of
BUILDING - MATERIALS,
nails, serws, hinges, locks. bolts,
see, putty. points, &e. TOOLS—
edge tuvlei save and pinnrs of every deEerip
nun, Vlllll file, T n9)9, linmwers, nnvik, Sze
A general nesnritnent. of
SIMENIAKERS & SADDLERS TOOLS,
together with morocco. lining Lind bitioing
skins, shoe threat; wax, rtts, lusts, hat nese
mounting, saddletrees, &c.
COACH: THINIMIN G—canvass (plain, en
amelled, figured and embossed,) patent and en-
Elinelled leather axles, springs, hubs, spoke,
telloes, &c, kc.
Cabinet Makers will find n large asserment
.of, varnishes. _mahogany mid walnut...veneers,
moulding. rosettes, hair cloth, curled hair, &c.
The steel oft jli ON is large and well sclec
ed, enroprisine al! the hinds in gemmiLuse,,as
hammered arid rolled are of all sizes, flat bar
and land iron, round, square and oval troy,
inn se shoe iron and nail rods, s, ith n large lot
of east and spring, steel ,English and
blister steel, &e.
Housekeepers and those n but commencing
will find i: to their alvantogt. to call and exam
ine our cutlery brinania dad plait d ware
'inns, kettles, cedar wore, Lochetsc & e.
In addition to the above me bate received a
splendrd assortment of NAIL PAPER. ma
king the stork complete. and at cit.l t p i ke r as
cannet 101 l to give sidistLeiton. We invite all
friends to coil, knowing it will le to at it own
advantage. Remember the old al tt I,d, East
High Street, Car.isle, P,
Oct. 12, 1E 1 53. HENRY SAX': ON.
DRUGS DRUG LEDGE!
, Preshet Spring Supply!
ir HA VE just received kfresh i..tockof Med
icines, Paints. Glass, Gil, w hid
having been purchased with great care at th,
best city- houses, I can confidently 'reconitnen,
to Famlicis, Physicians, Country Alerchant
and Dealers, as being fresh and pure.
Patent Medicines, Herbsand - Extracts,
Fine henti eals, I Spices,ground and who
Pure Oils Perfumery, &.c. .
Cod Liver Oil—lParranted Genuine.
Y &ST UFFS.
%Vetherill & Brother's Pure Lead, Chrom
Green and Yellow, Paint and Varnish Brusher
Jersey Window Glass, Linseed Oil, Tureen
tine, Copal and coach•'Varnish, and lied Lead
All'of which will be sold at the very lows,
market price, Also,a freehand splendid
FANCY GOODS, FRUITS,
Confectionary, and innumerable other article
calculated for use and ornament, all at wl.ic
are offered at the lowest cash prices, at th
cheap Drug Bolt and Fancy Store of the sub
scriber on North Hanover street.
S. W. HAVERSTICK.
May 'NI IPSI.
SADDLE AND HARNESS LAERC
Yr' 11 E subscriber continues to carry on 'th
B. above business, iii all iievartous branches
in North Hanover street, Carlisle, wo door
North of Leonard's corner, where he intend
keeping on hand a4otteral assortment in hir lint
Consisting 01 all hinds of fus,
ionable SADDLES, Bruit
TI(IJN KS, tray,
cling and saddle , 115.1 t
). bags. Ile also
manufaei tires thentost approve
Spanish Spring Saddles, net
used in this country, thee
wishing a handsome, durableand pleasant satk
dla will do well to call and see them, He ale
manufactures Harness, Bridles, Collars en
Whips in all their varieties, and confidently be
haves from the general approbation of his cue
tomers, that ho make tho neatest and bee
goars,in all their variety of breadth, that i
made in the country. Ho also makes till kind
tit ‘lntrissos to order, viz: Straw, Husk. Curl
ed Hair and Spring Iltlntrasses. All the shoe
articles will be toads of the best material an,
workmanship, and with the utmost despatch,.
janl4-Iv. • Will OSBORN.
The Alton and East Ponnoborough Alutun
Fire insurance Cote Any ol'Cumberlunn comp ,
ty, incorporated by an Act of Asiteriay, i
now fully organized, and in operation Linde
the management of the following conitniaaTon
Daniel Bailey, William It:Gorges. !Maim
11/elehoir Brenneman, Christian Stay
man, Jo hn C. Dunlup, Jacob H. Cancer, Lewi
flyer, Henry Logan, Benjornin H. Musser, Jo
cob Mumma, Joseph Wickersham, Alexunde
The rates of insurance are as low and favor
able us any Company ot the kind in the Blatt
Persons wishing In become members ore in
vitod to moire application to Ilia agents 01 th
company, who are willing to wait uponllich
at any time...
BENJ. H. MOSSER, President.
HENRY LOGAN, Vice President
Lewis Byer, Secretary.
Michael Cocklin. Treasurer.
Cumberland County.—Rudolph Martin, N
Cumberland; C. 11.11erroan.Ringstown ; Hee
ry Zearmg, Shiremanstown; Charles Bull
Dorlisle ; Dr. J. A hl, Churelitown Samui
Graham, West Pennaluirough; James McDow
el, Frankford; Mode Grath, South
ton; Samuel Conner, Bonjantln HI/Verpliek
Mechanicsburg; John Rherricki Lisburn; Do
iyid Curier, Sliephardstnt-n. '
York County.—Jolin Bowman, Dillfibing
:Poser Wulftirg, Franklin; John
Washington; W. S. PickingrDover ;" J W.
Ilaririaburg.-1-louser & Lachman.
Momhers of the company having' policies
adout talexpiro can hove them roomed by
molting opphootion to any oldie agents.
N0v.24 Iy. •
ST IA hat:111:106 . 1..
rAPEATOIVN„ 91111111. CO: .
EICASICELL dr. 5E5,140171%,
C 0 NTIN UE tp supply 'Litr'c;r:oValljt in&
at Rhoriost rik two, and on'teirtie Writer
than can lind 8160016 re; AU orderft Piropted
to'' E. HASKELL; Paportqwn. or WM. D,
SEYMOUR,' Jy . ., • Catll9lo . , be promptly tattinqed • [FotOttiy, -
Cortt, z aryl wooden..T*)4W, fig !MR
chimp tit thipOld'S!lityLNerth- Fitonver,stro! j
• ' .IACOLI,SENEIt.
Log an,Com Woods,
Li.,t11.:: . 4.03616913ent5.
Paterit Ventilating furnace,
"liar; tiubscriber would call -ILO attention of
•L't :requiring a desirable Furnace
.'Ohllsouns Celebrated - Warmitt. , and
Vehtllatlng-Appara , .mr.
The reputation , ot:this furnace is now known,
having' been intreduced• durii.g the pant five
years Otto abont IWO public buildings end More
than 8000privute,dwmlings; this togetline with
the immense increase el sales every year is the
he-t evidence that Can be adduced of its supe
riority over all other furnaces. I3s , the use of
!Alison's Furnace, you secure the following ad•
Putts .Ats— rile heating surfaces being at a
temperature that will ilot dissectue the air.
ECONOMICAL Use or PUEL•
GREAT Duilxi3ttrrit- 4 1.toing made entirely of
Cat Iron, riot liable to rust, will require ono
repairs during a lifetime—it is easily managed,
acid-will not expose the building in which it is
placed to danger from fire, like the other fur
We have the testimonials of hundreds of the
most scientific men to attest to the truth of the
above statement, all of whom pronounce it to
be deelautily the best furnace yet inve tedfor
producing a pure and healthy atmosphere. We
tterOwith annex the names ut u few well known
and eminentltrolessors,'who have uses them
.and kindly lurtsistuid us their names as ruler
Prof John S Hart Prof Parker Prof Norton
Pros Aflei Prof Parsons Prof Dann
Prof B Silliman Prof Ripley
We have intioduced this season five new
sizes - , so that all parties may avail themselves of
this groat improvement at a very moderate'
cost. We are now prepared to furnish an op.
permits to warm a single room, or the largest
building in the country.
No. I Portahm. Complete,
2 ' do do
3 do do
4 do for brickwork 45
do • do 60
R . 3 Extra Radiator, (with Bars and
0 French ['lutes,) . 170
3 do dp do
5 do do do
6 do do do
This N 0.6 is the largest and most powerful
Furnaceininde in this country ; nod is admirably
adapted for Churches and other large class
We continue to sell the npparntll9 at the same.
Prise as whit]] First introduced, five:, years ego.
Although the present high price 01 iron has in
censed them cost 25 per cent, owing to their
great weight, still we are enabled by the great
inerense of sales to furnish the article at the
lowest possible price. One foundry alone,
Messrs Warnmk & Leibrandt, have contracted
to furnish us with 500 tons of Furnaces Ibis
season, so that we are now prepared to Cornish
them wholesale or retail. - We superintend the
erection of all Furnaces, when required. und
wnrrant them in all ensesp
We' have also the ^Most complete Cooking
Range that has yet been introduced, to which
ute call the attention of all wit I may wish to
secure - fhb - moat "pertehrlia d)2slrahlU'coalting
apparatus ever invenied. _ _ _
ENIFIRSON'S PAT. VENTILATOR
We erd the only -A-gents-in l'enris_ylvanin for
the manufacture and sale o; this Ventilator.
which is acknowledged to be the only perfect
Vent ilator ever made for Correcting the draught
_in smoky chimnies, and for ventilating buildings
of all kinds. As there are n great many imita
tions of this valuable article now offered for
sale, parties will be careful to examine that it
has t he" EincTrson Badge nttnehrd.. ,
PAT. RE;GISTERs AND VENTILATORS
We have the largest and most romplete as.
sortmens of list Air Registers and Vendlators
to he found in the United States. Parties who
wkh in porc'eme, either Mr private Ilse or
wholesale, will find it greatly to their advan
tage to examine their smelt.
. . . . -
SLATE AND IRON,MANI LES
We have always nn hand an extensive nsenrt•
meat of those beautiful mantles, in exam imi
tation of Egyptian, Spanish. Gal way, and other
For Anthracite and 11:ttiminmi, , conl. Also nn
entire new pnyern of the„llw down G role, mode
from the English Patterns, and entirely new in
this country. _ _ _
For the English Encaustic Flooring Tile, Garn
kirk Chimney Tops. - nnd Terra Cbtta Orna
ments, such as Garden Vases. &c,
Persons about building would do well to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Visitors, whether purchasing or not. are cord':
allY welcomed to oar extensive Wnreroonts,
and where we should he happy to furnish any
information repecting-any . of our goods that
may he desired. A Finnic en Warming and
Ventilating can he had gratuitously at our store,
either personally or by letter
S. A. HARRISON,
NVarmine nn ,1 Ventilatinu ‘lnrehtinso,
146 Walnut at, Inflow Sixth,
l‘cnv 31 7m]
IDEA UTIFU White '1 eeth, lit:filthy Gums
and o Sweet reath —Alt whottre desirous
of obisining these benefits should use ZEIt•
MAN'S CkLEBRATED OUTII %VASIL
This delicious article combines Co many men.
torious qualities that it hos now become a stall.
and favorite with the citizens of New Y"rk,
Philadelphia and Baltimore. Dentists pre
scribe it in ihmr practice most sueeessfully,and
from every source the must flattering laudations
are awarded it.
Inflamed and bleeding game aro immediate
ly benefitted by its use ; ns action upon them
to Mild.-tiootlnng and effective. It cleanses the
teeth so thoroughly, that 'they are made to ri
val pearl 111 WhilellCSB, and dillmes through the
mouth each a delightful , freshness that the
breath I, rendered exquisitely sweet.
feks those impurities which tend to produce
decay, mid, as a consequence, when these are
removes the teeth most always retrain sound.
Read the following from Dr. J. A Carman
Mr. F Zeman—Sir Having used and re.
comni4nded your Tooth Wash in my practice 10,
some link, I find it tlio most ellertual Dentifrice
in use, mid therefoie recommend it tnthepub•
lie. Dr..l. A. CARMAN. Dentist,
Rood the following testimony.
Ma. ZERMAN — Dear Sir; I have fully tested
the merits of your valuable Tooth Wash, and
can, without hesitation, recommend it us the
best that has come unaer my notice during on
experience as Dentist, of more than 'sixteen
years. It (lenses the Teeth, soothes and har
dens irritated Gums, and imparts a delicious
fragrance to the Elreuth. From the mouths of
those who make use of it, however it will cer•
tainly, speak for itself.
Geo. P. SCIIIVELY. Surgeon, Dewitt!,
279 South Tenth street Ph Pa.
It is used and recommended by ell the emi•
nent Dentists, in New York, Philadelphia, Bak
timnro. and other cities where it bas:been in- ,
trodneed. All Should give it n trial.
0:7 - Pre - Pared only h 1 rrnneis Zermnn, Drug
gist and Chemist. Philadelphia, and sold whole
sale and retail it- Samuel
Dorsheimer. Mechanicsburg, J Herron. New.
villa. J.'C' Willinms, Shippensbure, and by all
DruLlgistenr.only '25 rents per bottle. ,
Dollard, Premium Artiste in Hair,
inuentor the Celebrated Gonnatuer Ventilating
Wig and Elastic Band Toupcices.
Instructions In enable Ladies and' Gentlerden
to measure their heads with accuracy
For \ V igs, inches 1,-Totipees %I — Si:taps, inches
No 1 The rod, of No I Front forehead to
the bead back as far as bald
2 • Front forehead 2 Over torebead us rar
over the head to Its requirctl
the neck 3 Over the crown of the
3 From ear to car head
over the top _
4 ' , regrew to ear .
round Ills forehead
It DOLLARD has always ready for sale
splendid stock of Gents; NVigs, Toupees, Ladies'
Wigs, half. Wigs, Frizots, Braids, Curls, &o,
beautifully manutinnured, and Its cheap as any
establishment in the Union, •
Dollard° I lerbaiiium extractor Lustrous flair
Tonic, prepared from Smith American Ilerhs
and Ito to, the moat successful article ever pro-
Mimi for preserving the hair from I'ulliag out
or changing coldr,restoring , and preserving it in
a healthy slid luxuriant state Among other rea
sons why,Dollard's hair cutting saloon maintains
Its immense popularity is the fact that his' To tic
is rippled to every head of hole cut at his estah
lishmenti consequently it is kept in better tires
erystkiii than : under any known application ft
being thus pritethailly tested bv thousands, offers
the greatest guitranteceif its efficacy.
Sold wholesale and retail at his Old Establish
meld ,177 Chestnut :street , opposite ..the State
It Dollard has at least discovered the no plug
ultra of JIA I It . DYE and, announces , for. sale
with p'enteit and,
its 'surprunitlig every
thing anther kind now In 'nee It miliorenthe hair
either black or brown; (as mayjae desired) bay
ie ttied Without injury to )ha him; akin either
by stain or otherwlie, ens be washed ow in tell
minutes', alter Without •,tletritoting
'trent' its ellioney Perenns . the, city 'aria
,ii(viteil.to, give a call
Lettere addressed to ; It' EIOLLARD 177.•
stret t •Philadslidiiti, will keee4e kitten
Bon. -.• . Jan 25, ty
2VCRNESS AND SADDLZAT,
W:S ETT4 of iintiblWrind, single harness,.
also isdilla •bridlca;' fdr silo c4eap.
Quire at lAN offlci. • ;
01:f1) • r A2 - (17JetTISCHICIlt;');
To the Ottizizs'. ,of:parlisle; - .
A. I:. HICICEr & CO. No. 148 CHEST
NUT Street, above Sixth; Philadelphia, have
'now on hand one of the largest, eheapeat,'and
wit varied.asetirttnent of their improved Steel
Spring Solo Leather.TR.LINK:S ever hllered to
the public, with a tine article of Light. Weight
Solt. Leather Trunks, Ciiipet and Leathr -Bags
for travelling in Europe. Also, a sple 'id itas
sortment of Ladies' Dtf!l3 ' Trunks Bonin J3ex
es, Ike., imagine in price, burn Two to hiriy
dollars, with a fine variety of Hubby Horses,
Propellers, Gigs &r.
• All of the, above articles v'o will sell low for
cash. • Give us a call.
.. Prize Medal awarded at the World's Fair in
London itt 1851. [may 81 8m
From the Principal Factories and- late
Comprising a full and desirable assortment at
25 per cent below usual rates.
Dealers and others will do well to call before
purchasing elsewhere. 1000 pro-knees no hand.
EIMARD F. COIWIELD,
152 South Second street ,allove_Spruce,l
eel 17 Sm Philadelphia.
3. E. GOULD, N
[SUCeI;SSOR TO A. I QT,)
No. 164 Chestnut St., Swain's Stti r lding
.1121XN EN 81 V E Music Wisher, aria Deal
ur in Musical instruments at . every Ile:
script ion: .
I , ,xelusivo,agent for t to sale of linnet. Devil-
& Co's Patent Suspeot•ion Bridge X°lian and
L. Gillieresßotidme Pianos. Melodeons. Mar
rin'n Guitars, Ilarps, Violins, Sheet 4 Muste,
Music nooks, tkc.
Residents of the country will he 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 Staten, It
feel confident of
: satislying all who mayilavor
me wilt] a call or order.
Deniers in Music t.upplied on the most libern
terms. Pianos Co let. Second=hsrd Pianos for
sale. 1R59 iyr
TUBULAR OVEN HOT AIR RANGE
Various Sizes, to suit Families, Boarding
- -.Houses and hotels,
rinIIOSE in want of n superior Cooking' Ap
r, paratus are Invited to call at out N ale
house ond can mine.t hi‘ltnner. For durability
economy and, simplicity in operation it stands
unrivaled. ft has a perfect hot air ventilation
—nn"d inents halted in this
„vett will ictain their
'juice and flavor ennui to flint tpllFlt rilekte nn.
open Ere. -... bleats rind rarity r r rhed nt the
name t,me wit brut one rifler:fru the ‘thr r. It
will Purply F ffiricto henird nir to hens_
the‘ittither. It has
no Beset offing or 1111,10 }lnert, and is condi) ,
well adapted to h.filniittotio or remn.on brad
cool. The oirinni vmhe ovtn the I attire rim of
the Riinge carries off the otcnrn nod scent of
conking, no well no Lent in Fen n er.
Every flange sold warrnnted to oive entisfae
lion, or no expense In pnrrbn•rr
• PDtt'llted 14•tobnr, 18,18,
For Public Halls, P0(107 . 1 S
Chimmes, &came? s. ifc
Pure nir is n subject eleirnire the niter, lei
of every indi , id lad, plid nil buildhgFiliould I.
provided with the proper means el ventilation
Also. n powerful
Warming and Ventilating Furnace
For I)welhurs. School Houses. Churches, Balls
'Stores, Factories, ,5.c.
A large aysorf inf nf of CfE. e. Ilnll and Cook
ing Stoves, Parlor Grates, Registers, & e.—
NV holesale and Befall.
RANI) & lIAYFS
82 North Sixth street Phila
irrPernonnl nnention given to 'ivnr roirg n
evniilnting both public ;mil pi ivnte I uilnir ps
DAVIS di. CUMIN,
- Deniers -in
Lamps, Lai terns and Chandeliers,
N Corner Fourth and CherryeieTPAlTZ
AVING enlarged and improved their store
and having the largest absurtment 01 lamp
iu Philadelphia, they are tow prepared to tar
dish Camphine, Pine Oil,
Etheimal 011. Plumig ne Jilts and Lard Oil.—
Lamps. Lame] no or all paterns, Fancy Hotel
and Hall Lamps,. Chandelti es, Ctrimiloles and
Candelabras, alai illit morn Iminvs,at the man-
I ulactureri. lowest prices. Glass Lamps by the
package, at a small advance over au, non pri
ces. Being large I 1 Al\ UFA' 'T BUS or
Pine Oil, 13urning Fluid, Ethereal Oil.
hol and (the only trail Phosgene Gas, they can
furnish these articles at such priers that Mer
chant's will find into their advantage to buy.—
Call before going elsewhere, it you Sinn! bar•
gains. Also the Safety Fluid Lamp for sale.
October 5. 1853-1 y
A LARGE SPRING ARRIVAL!
yrICH surpasses in quantity quality , and
prices any 'bat has ever yet been opened
in Carlisle, consisting it the prettiest variety
01 all kinds of hardware, such as Shoe Fin.
dings, Saddlery; Cimdt Trimmings, Falb's'
Varnish, Glass. Nails, Niles, Anvils,
Vices, fiellows, Springs, Axels, Bows, Felines,
' Veueers, • Cedarwore, Farming Utensils, Bar
.§teel, &e.,,with a thousand
more mocks unmentionable.
Ilaving-iptirehrsed largely . of Heavy floods
previous to the re' vancein prices. I urn enabled
to sell goods at ~.., I d
. prices. Persons in w ant o
Hardware are invited to call and CA amine my
goods and hear my prices, and you will be sat
isfied where the Cheap flardware is to be had.
stock of WALL RAPER: is linen
prom bed by any in the !borough.
Thankful lor the foriner liberal patronage, a
continuance of the same is solicited by
jOHN P. LYNE
Waat Side of North Hanover Streei,
.7vreiv Grocery anti !Variety.
T t 'd....V
I subscriber would respectfully inform
his trends and the pulie generally that he
A „ w4f
the ettie , with
! „„ j „,., a ~ lige and tat . Ad assortment of iqld GRoCII2IEn,
kv. il . QUEEN SWAI2I , I, FISH, &c. &e.,
''''' l " w hick he tillers lor sale on the most
reasonable terms, at his NEW STORE, ear
nor of North Hanover st. and thy , •
Public Square, directly opposite 4. k,
the Carlisle Deposit Bank. His "(taw w , \ , . .
stock embraces everything usu. ,k
~, ,„ ,
ally kept in a Grocery and Vu- ..._.
. The otth!ie are invited to cell t ,and ei,ntitine
his stock before purrhasins elqwhere,ns it ht leek:
confident he Can sell the beat goods at the low
April 5, '54.'
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
Tll subscriber is now having made up n lot
of. Fashionable and SubiAnotiol Clothing which
he will sell as cheap If not cheaper thou Any es.
tnblishrocut in the' borough. The stock will
Fine D [MSS C oArz •
_ VESTINGS, &r.
. _ .
The Clothing will be made out of none but
the best quality of goods; cut out by an.aper
rieuced and good cutter, and toe work F i n up
n the best merrier and by the hest of hands—
We hose now on hand a; Ira of'ohoica Clothing,
and all ask it , for 'purchnsvis to.giYe cii n
call and they will he plonsed with the - work and
prices ; At the'old stand on Host Main Street,
.L 1 1 .1181 ., . CHARLES OGILBY.
MOOTS ANlTiftOliS. -
THE sitbacriher has now•on hand a very ex
tensive and well selected atoe It of BOOTS
and SH,O ES; which he •will soil
at uncannily InWprieea. Perches.
eaf.from wholesale realers,at low
rate's: he can offer soot' indecemelitnao intrelle;-
sera ai will 'make it their interest tb viait los
establishment.' Ile line over article the
foot and Shoo liri-4or Ladles' tir Gentlemen's
watn•-:-he therefore i.leents ft antweiteenty to
partiettlariae: ird:Perione losiring good and
choMp'noode are imßieit'fogive hiin a call.
• April . • W. SHELDON.
r•st^hrt' but4hek.rrirnct riiqana PonnsylVti
;rl'llCLPF' ll lol4 l( l' .lVl , .. 9r ll 3", : e .Lt y
.11:4iiiiIttiral.Implprant and , Seed..S . thr,i,
44, inarti - ifife„tiarrisburg,
lit 'llO Nappimos
Err itie on Son nit ginu o ttzis of affliction.
Dr. C. L. KELLING,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR,
Dr. ' ELTING announces to the afflicted that ho
Is a regular graduate of the best Medical College
In the United States, and, during many years of
very extensive practice, has been familiar with
every form of disease, and succeeded.in curing the
most hopeless cases, oven when abandoned by the
regular faculty. His perfect knowledge of the hu
man system enables him to adapt the means to the
end, so as to produce the most astonishing results.
The alarming prevalence of disease, and the often
Imperfect medical treatment of the present day, has
Induced him to make known HIS NEVER-FAILING
REMEDIES, that those that mourn may rejoice, and
the afflicted leap for joy. ALL, no matter what
their disease may be, can rest assured of finding
relief, and therefore should not delay a moment.
Write disease and symptoms full and plain, and
You can receive an answer by return mail (free)
stating , the, medicine required and the price of IL
Address, C. L. .)(xt.r.mo, M. D., Mechanicsburg,
Cumberland county, Pennsylvania.
N.H.—The Doctor will attend patients at ray
distance, when required.
THE WONDER OF THE AGE.
For the Cur': Jahrheum, (Milldams, Corn
to Sorea. CL, . i ted or Cracked I lands, 801 . 118
Or Sealds, Cuts or Wounds, Piles, lollaminatien
01 1110 'kens', bites of towels; Sore LlOB,
pies 00 the Pare, and lire:ditty:, (hit and Sores
on Children; and all diseases of the t-kitt.
This (torment Avill cure the Saltrheinn and
1311010 i. or Chapped hands. (metier and surer
than ally other medicines of the kind, before the
to substantiate the above, I can give hundreds
of certifi"cat es, but I-consider it no use, Its (ow'
person can do the smile. it they have friends, for
even a worthless article) I rlv solely on the
merits of the Ointment far the public patronage.
N. ll.—•\ single box of this Ointment will
keepaliv rartnerN, Sailor's, or
Mechanic's hands, let them chap or crack ever
Bin 1 / 1 1(1, sound 111111 is genii working order all
winter. Prepared and sold by
.MON'[tuf TF.RIit4L ,
" Nangtitnek , Conn,
Sold also by the principal DrUggistr, and
Country Merchants. Price gd cents per bar 0 ,
Nov. lii 1453—1 v
females only (see page IOU),
being of the highest importstiee to married Iteo•
ple, m+•those contemplating murripge. liy \1• M.
YOU NI:, M. 1)., Graduate °film University cf
Pennsylvania, Member of the Itoynl College of
Surgeons, London ,and Honorary Min - fiber of the
Ilhiladelphia pie dims society. The various
forms 01 ,S'ect et liisenses, Seminal Weakness,
Diseases of the Prostrate Gland, Impotency, soli
tary habits of youth, are faithfully described, anti
all the recipes given in plain language. The
chapter on selfsabuse and Seminal Weakness is
worthy or prrtieularattention, and should he read
by every one. Young men who have been unfor
tunate in contracting disease, pre, ions to placing
"yonraelves under the care of any doctor, no marl
ter what Ins pretensions may he, get a copy of
of this truly valuable work.
Sea Capiains and persons going to sea, should
possess Dr.. Yotoig,'s Treatise on Marriage, the
l'oeket iEsculapiva, or Every one His own Phy
Of Let no father lie ashamed to present n
copy of the ./Ettettlupins to his el ill. It may
save hint tront all early grace. Let no young
man or st 0111:111 enter into the seciet ohlicattions
of married life, witt.ont reading the pocket ..N.ss
culapins. Let no one suffering ft ont a Ithekniecl
cough, pain in the side rest!. as nights. ticrsous
feelings, and die whole train of Dyspeptic sensint
lions, 111111 giVell up by their physician, he Vll
,,cdbeit,Anotneitc without consulting the Xsenla.
diuS. !lase the married or 111,8 d iltbollt to Ile
married any impediment , read hthis trrly useful
Book, sa it has been the 111CallS of saving thou.
sands of tinfortuttate creatures from the vt.,cy
jaws of death. Upwards of a MILLION copies
Orrilik celebrated work has keen sold in this
country and Europe since 1838, when the first
edition was issued.
Cr Any percent sending TWENTY-FIVE
cents enclosed in a leiter. will receive one copy
of this bunk liy mail; or fine copies will he sent
for 1. Address Dr. W ILLIAM Y i OUND,
No. 152 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, — Post
• Twenty years practice in the city of Philadel
phia certainly entitles Dr. Noting to the vonli
dente of the afflicted, and he n.ay be consulted
oil any of Ihe diseases deseribed in his (Mitt out
(lubrications, at his office 153 kpruce Smoot,
every day between 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sondia , ex.
cepted) and pet sons at any distance can consult
Dr. YOUIr liy lelter, • rasr PAID.
EPILEPSY CAN BE CURED.
Lake's Vegetable Compound,
) FOR THE CURE OF
EPILEPSY od FITS!
Is performing more wonderful ones than any,
other medicine yet known or before the public.
PRICE FIVE . DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
The pri.prietor has in his 11085M1011numerous
certificates, narrating die
'Astonishing aid Miraculous Cures!
efTeeted- by this medicine, nod directs attention to
the lidlowing mile, to 555111 e those uliiitire so un
fortunate to lie ',filleted u ith the territk disease
heretofore regarded incurable, thus LAKE'S
Teatimony of ;he highest character! HON.
GEO, STROOP,Judge of the District Court in
Perry comity, Pa., Nov. lbth, 1862 said: "Pour
'lloollund's German B useitters' has been in in
our place over a year past, and to the astonish
ment of !alloy has performed wonders. We
may notice a few instances that have, com e
under own immediate notieer—aimost every
person who lino stopped at the hotel of WM,
Lackey. one year since, predicted ! rain his if.
mucintud coIIIIIOIIIIIICO and debit ty, that ha
From Mr% h aw k s , widow of Alai. Jas. Brooks, could not live flinch longer. Ile wan unable
' lute of Conneaut, t. to atteml , to-liia tiIIiFICFN, arid i for the greater
CONNEAUT, Peb. 3 , 1853. part of the time confined to his room. We tee
' Mr. Z. LA ne—Sir : Please send me another momended hint le try" the German Bitters; lie'
bottle of Pit 111ellieille, 1111 I no not like to he (lid; and to the surprise of all his friends lie ie
ve idiom it on hand * When 1 commeneud gis log now able to attend to his usual buten and
the medicine to my son" Edam., he had Irmo, ore perliirm manual labor. - The ease f Henry
to three ala Per tiny. lie has new lA.'" the 'Pe" Asper a, alone mason, whom no one supposed
(Heine over live months, mid iris buil. I think, hut would ever recover from the debility el his
two fits in 111111 t me, and (hose very light. His
tug LI system, but was looltel upon as feet approach
body mid mind nee very nitwit improved; mill by ..,
e grave, took eight or nine ln.ttles of the
the blessing.ot God, I f Killers that the medicine will .Killer so ? ring 1110 lust winter, rind this sum.
restore his body and mind to their wonted activi
-Is. lie ia 2
~ years old, and i, :o , had fits 0ve ,.. 1 . 4 mar he bus beet! (to the .surprise or all who
years. which have - been very frequent, and very knew his case] following his trade. The'caeo
destruct ism to his coristiliition and mind fltm• of William ?timidly is no less astonishing.—'
limits of dollars have bees expended for medicine lie too was so fur reduced as to induce tlfe
to "colic FITS," but nothing has relieved liiin.un 7 general belief that the grave alone would be
Yam's, his only
nil he used your medicine. Itespeethill v
. pOLL,Y tutOotis. remedy. 111 r. Lackey recommended
. Ii i ttt to try the Hedlund's German Bitters; ho
From Judson Igindon, Cranny Superintendent o is now apparently a well man, and able t, do..
'die Ashtabula County Infirmary. • a hard day's work., We could mention many:
Kisrosvil.LE;Feb. 4, 1853. Min'''. canes 01 a similar character. if it warn
Mr Z. LASE-,-Sir: Please send a tea' Mere oecesenrY. I mySelf derived much benefit from'
bottles (if your i Fit Medic:Met" I 11111 V not need their axe. . I here girl n considerable ,of it n
it, brit think safer to keep it on hand. Your roe- way. not for your benefit along, but to relieve
divine has Annie wonders. I go , i t to Al i as mane
suffering Mime:thy . and let me- assure' you I
Delano ',alio has Mid fits for 9.6 years, brought on „ ~,,n ' d ' i
a to see the, nippy rosult ! ., To the
_h.r. ha dog the measles winch but lour "ears old, 11.P'`'"„,
Which could not be brought nut to the iturfate. - -- , • " n .'" "
1 'le we say, try. Meet ,fsirly, and I well
- A rt e ,. tu bing the medicine it le•v daya,'sne' nal) A warrant relief,"
Piss CROP'OP MEASLES, 11101 101E1111111110 tits since. ,These Bitters , are worthy the attention of
She hail fits or symptoms almost daily. 'She and ihvalids, possessing grant power in the .reste
her fiithe'r concur witheme in saving that we be. ration of a healthy actlon of the Byer and the
Bove themedicine tins ( - multi workn perfect cure: lessor glandsalvipg tone .to the stomach arid
I also gave the medicine to Alias June fl
" 1 "- 1
erl 'nervous system, and bringing the system gem
sow and Aria •Carby, who have, bad fits almost., orally t o , e bigh slide e, health.; .
daily, for a utintlier at years Their tits have . 'Far suld by S. W. Illaverstick and S. r. iioit;
.00101011, and I kelieve the medicine will have the
Carlisle; Ira Day. Mechanicsburg; J. . Der
'deured .e hec t • Mach money has been expended' 'ron..NeWvillet ..1. s.,A hie, Shippensb rg,,,and '
by the friends of the above pritientafor doctoring,
by dealers in merlicin .1. every where.
all to no ppepose.
..'I . he. cure wits left Mr your .. ..
medicine to perferm, awl I-ean cheerfully recom- • .
mend it Its a valuable discovery. Itespecifiltly,
yours.. 1' • JUDSON LANDON,
- Supdrintendent•Aslitabula Co. Intimater. .
• Prenaredlind sold et wholesale by Z..LAtiss
tCunneaut, 0bi0.. ,- • ~' , - • - - n ! '
EF. WELLER, traveling, agent. .
- Soh, by S iW.,lleverstioli ' ' Carlisle; G II
oas; Meriltarkstmeg ;,DVY Gross, llarrisl:
buvg••• • • ' . .-;:-1i .; ~ : ott 5-Iy*
IS AI.3IO6IINFALLIIICE IN ITS CURE!,I
1401512-± OR rz,,,
It 3 OCTOR YOUR- ,
LY, fpr '25 cents., by means ,
of the POCKET JESCU
LAPIUS, or Every One
—The thirty-sixth Edi
lion. with one hundred en
aravitigs; showing Private
Diseases and :Malforma
tions of the Generative
.System, in every shape
and form : to u bieh is ad-
Diseases of Females,
Not n Particle of Mercury in it.
Jlui ors! lible remedy for Scrofula ,Riitg!sEvil.
Rheitmatisfu, Obstinate Cutanei us Eruptions,
Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Illoteltes,
Beils,'Chronic Sore. Eyes, Ring NV..rm or , Tel—
ler, Scald Head, Enlargetneet and Pain of the
Bones nod Joints, Stribborn Ulcers, sn,l q ii i i„
Disorders, Linlingo, Spinal Complaints :mil all
Ihiseasea arising from an injudiebous use of Mer.
miey,s'lmpruilence in Life, or Impurity of the
'l'his valuable Aledietne, which brie become
celebrated for the number of este:101;11113,v
cures effected through its tigcncy, has induced
the proprietors, at the urgent request of their
friends, to offer it to the public, which they do
with the utmost confidence in its virtues awl
wonderful curative properties. ThF following
certificates selected from a large member, are
hoivevet. stronger testimony than the mere
word of the oroprieters; and are all Iron; gnu_
Hemet well know., in their loealiti-s and of the
highest respectability many of them residing in.
the city of Rich:bond, Va.
E. HOYDEN, Esq. of the Exchange !Intel,
Richmond, known eve'ry where, says he ins Been
the Medicine culled CARTER'S SPANISH
TORE administered in over a hundred eases, in
nearly all the dieases for which it in reeraatea.
(led with the moat astonishingly good rewriter—
Ile says it is the most extritordinsry medicine.
he has ever seen.
AGUE AND FEVER—Great Core.-11 . here
by certify that lsor three years I had Agile and
Fever of the most violent description. I had
several Physicians:look large quantities of qui—
nine. Mercury, and I believe nit the Tonics ad—
vertised, hot all wdhout any permanent 'TIM'.
At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture. tun
bottles of which efff clually cured me and I am
happy to say I have had neither Chills or F e ver
since. I consider it the best Tonle in the world
and the only medicine that ever reached MN rase
• JOAN LON G DEN.
Beaver thin. near Richmond Va,
G B LOCK Esti now in the city of Richmond
and for many wars in the Post Office, has such
confidenfce in tile astonishing efficacy ot Car•er's
Spanish Mixture, that Ile tins bought upwards of
ill bottles which has given away to the afflicted.
Mr Luck sass he has never knAn it to fail when
taken accord ink to dire. tions
• ---1)r-MIN CE•typeactisinprobysiCaritiffifforrriii - r -
ly of the City lintel in the city of Itit•briimul,
says he has witnessed inn 1111111ber of instances
the effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture - which -
were most truly surprising. Ile says in a case
of Consumption, dependent nn the Liter, the
good effects were wonderful indeed.
SANIUEL: NI DRINKER of the firm Drink
& Morris. Richmond, was cured of Lis er
Coast plaint of If years stanthig• by the use of two
bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture,
GREAT t.llll E OF :;:cribivuLA —1 be edi
tors of the Richmond Republican had u sr mint
employed in their press room cured of %intent
Kcrofuls emnbitied with Rheumatism, v hieh
tirely disabled him from work. Ta) lillflbs of
Carter's Spanish Mixture made a pert' tit talent'
him, and the editors inn public notice say they
"cheerfully recommend it to all who are afflicted
wit! , any disease of the blood . "
STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFII.
LA—I 'nail very valuable boy cured of Scrofula
by Carter's Spanish MlXtUre. I consider it truly
a 'valuable medicine r James M• 1 itylor Conductor
on the R F & P It If Co R Ca
Mr John Thompson residing in the city of
Richmond, ivan cured by three bottles& Carters
Spanish Alisturp orSalt Minim, which he had
nearly 40 ye-rs. and which all the physicians of
the city would not cure 1%! Tlinn pson is a well
known merchant in the cits'of Richmond, ,y..,
and his cure is most remarkable.
Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSF
CO, No fi3. Maiden Lane, New f ork
T W DYOII'T tkz. SONS, IS o 13e, North 2d
11 EN N E irr tz BEER S, No 125 Main street,
And for sale by S• Elliott. S N Unverstick
Carlisle; Ira Day. Mechaniedot; 3 H Herron
Newville;.l C Altic, Shippensburg, and by den
eres in medivines - every" bei e.
,L-1 - IfER COMPLAINT,
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, 'DIS
EASE OP' KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM
DISORPER ED LIVER Olt
STom A C u.
Such as Constipation, inward piles, fulness
of blood to the head, ucidiiy of the stomach,
nausea, heartburn, disgust for food, fulness 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 heart, choking or
sufroctiting sensations when in in lying posture,
dimness of vision, dots or webs before the
sight, fever and drill pain in the head, defic
iency of perspiration, yellowness of the skin
and eyes, pain in tha side, buck, chest, limbs,
&C., sudden flushes el heat, burning in the
flesh, constant ininginings of evil, and greet
depression of spirits,.
CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CUBED BY
DR. 120 orLAND'S
'CELEBRATED BEEMAN BITTERS,
DR, C. M. JACKSON,
No. 120 Arch Street. Philadelphia.
Their miever over the above diseases is not
excelled, if equalled, by any othei preparation
in the United States, as the cures attest, in
many cases alter skilful physicians
These !litters are worthy the . attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rec
tification of diseases of the Liver and lesser_
glands, exercising the moat searching powers
ni weakness and affections of the digestive or-.
gone, they are withal safe, certain and pleas
READ AND BE CONVINCED
.I ousq, Sign. Fonev Prnementa
-11 Painter, ltrvin'e(lortnerlk Horror's) How
'next' difor to Written. tint Store. wilt at I
tend orl)at prly to all the iihoVe diseriptionti o
painting, at !reasonnblii - prices. '.The' whip:.
kinds of graining attended to, pitch no -mehori l
any. oglc,w4lnct, &c.. inthe finitreved'afylebß
Carnet°, July 14,
11 OF THE BLOOD.