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AcHIL WS PRAYER.
SWeeter than the songs of thituheS,
When the winds are low; •
• Brighter than the spring-time blushes,
_Reddening out of snow.
Were the voice and cheek st, fair
Of the little child - tit lir4er...
Like a white lamb of the inead4w,
Climbing through the light;
Like a priestess In the shadow
Of the temple bright,
Seeni'd she, saying, " iloly One,
Thine, and not my will ho done"
IT IS ONLY A CENT.
": . iirow, my little lad, don't spend that cent
for Cfl tidy."
"Whi• didn't my father give it to me?"
"Certainly he did, but that is no reason
why you should spend it. If 'you run over
to the candy shop and buy a roll, in five min
utes you will be no better off for having the
money: Now save your money (and Your
healtWand put it in,a box."
"But kis only a cent."
"A hulidiTalpylicm make 'a dollar, and if
you never save the cents you 'will never be
worth a dollar::
"But papa gave me this to enjoy it. I-do
not want to lay it nK
"Well, I will tell yoa how to enjoy it: Not
by throwing it away for unwholesome sweet
meats but keep it until you have six, and
then go to the baker's and buy a nice loaf of
"Why, .what do I want with bread ? Moth
er gives me all I need." •
Stoup a moment-and--I will tell - you. A
Poor old widow lives down the alley below
your house, and all she has to live upon is
what kind neighbors tiring id." - -
"Oh, I know who you mean. Old Widow
Drown. Mother has sent me there a great
' "Well do you take your loaf of bread and
get your mother to put a white napkin round
it, and then carry it round to her house and
say—"llere, Mrs. Brown ; is a present from
U little boy,. will you please accept it."
"Well, I'll do it 1 I know just what she will
84y. She will cry, and put her bands upon
My head, say—" God bless you my little boy I"
And I shall feel so happy! I wish I had the
money now! But I won't spend a cent until
i get it. . - •
"Then you will, indeed, enjoy your money.
rt, is more blessed," Jesus says f ."to give than
ONLY ONE BRICK UPON ANOTHER.
Edwin was looking at a large building
which• they were putting up just opposite his
father's house. Ile watched the workmen
from aday to day, as they carried up. the bricks
and mortar, and then placed them in their
His father said to him, "my son, you seem
to be very much taken up With the bricklay
ers ; pray what might you be thinking about?
Have yon any notion of learning the trade?"
"No, sir," said Edwin, smiling but I was
thinking what a little thing a brick is, and
yet that great house is built by only laying
One brick on another."
"Very true, my son. Never forget it.—
Just so it is with all his great works. All
your learning is only one little lesson added
to another. If a man could walk all around
the globe, it would be only putting one foot
before the other: Your whole life will be
made of one little moment after another.—
Drop added tg drop makes an ocean."
"Learn from this not to despiselittle things.
Lea also not to be' discouraged 'by'great
labor; the greatest labor becomes easy if di
vided into parts. You could not jump over
ii mountain, but step after step takes you to
the other side. Do not Tear, therefore, to at
tempt . great things. Always remember that
the whole of yonder lofty edifice is only-14e
bra& upon another."
13)LAIINFIELD Clas . sical Academy, near
Carlisle, Pa .The 18th Sessloryvill commence MAY
&retired and healthful lodation, with thorough
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Ear Catalogues with hill information address
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Plainfield, Cumberland county, l'a., , •
••WHITE HALL A'cademy three miles
• West of littrrlsbrim,' Pa'.—The Seventh Session
Cr this flourishing Institution will commence on MON
tholet day of MAY next The advantages which
It affords, It Is believed, are of a superior character; and
partinte atui ituardians are solicited to Inquire into its
Merits befcro sending their sons or, wards elsewhere. It
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T c ou, llenitbytimes and a Sweet Dmith--,-.1.11 who
are desirous of obtaining theselamefits should use 7.P.11.•
MAN'S OEI,I :DILATED TOOTH, WARN.- This delicious
article combines so many meritorious qualities shat it
has new become n standard favorite with the citizens of
New , -York. Philadelphia and 13altimot ihMtists par
SiTiN3 their -practice mist succ,sfully, and from
every source most' flattering landatiediS are-awarded
Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately bene6 t
t•ti by its use; its actiod upon them is 11111 d, !inothing
and effective. It cleanses the teeth so thendighly. that
they Ore made to rival pearl in IT Ilitoness, and diffilses
the mouth - F 1 1 ,1171 delightful freshness that the
I breath is reidient d exquisitely sweet. di, disinfects those
i+npurities wblch trod to produce 'decay, and. as a con
sequence. when these are removed the teeth mud al
ways remain sound. Read the following from Dr. J. A.
- Mr. P. Zerman—Fir: Having used and recommended
,nilr• Tooth Wash in mv,practice for sonic time, 1 find it
the tnCst effectual DenteHice in use, and therefore recom
mend it to the public.
Dr. J. A. CARMAN, Dentist,
Read the following testimony:
Mit. 7,eit MAN—Dear Sir: I have Hilly tested the merits
of your valuable Tooth Wash, and can, without hesita
tion, recommend it as the best that has come under my
notice during an experience as Dentist of niers than
teen years. It cleanses the Teeth, soothes and hardens
irritated Gums. and Imparts n delicious fragrance to the
treath. From the mouths of those who make use of it,
however, it will.eerinhily speak for itself.
Gee. P.-SclureLY,,Surgeon Dentist,
~;tu, South Tenth et., Philadelphia.
IV is used and recommended by all the eminent Dent
ists In New York, Philadelphia, Hrißimer°, and other
cities where It has been hAroduced. All sbotald give it
Ai" - Prepared only by Francis 'Lerman, Druggist and
Chemist, Philadelphia. and sold wholesale and retail by
Samuel Elliott, Carlisle. J. Dorsbeimer, Mechanicsburg,
J. Herron. J. C. Williams, Shlppeusburg, and
by all Druggists at only 12,5 cents per bottle.'
FPLII4IPSY Can he Cured. take's
VEU KTABLIE Com pousp, fur the cure of EN
-I.i.PNY or FiTs 1 14 perflrminG more wonderful roves then
any other medicine yet knowo or before the puldh:.--
Pltif:l: Fl VE MILLI ItS A BOTTLE. •
The proprii tor has in his prissei-sion numerous certifi
cates, narrating the astonishing arid miraculous curia
effected I this medieinc. and directs attention to the
fdluitlugoulc,toassure those who are sounfortunutr
to he nth reted with the tortilde iliseasu lieretof.de regal ri.
incurable, that ',AKL I S preparation is ALMOST INr kl.l
- IN ITS ChM
From MrS. lins.ks, widow cd . 'Ma], ,Inc Brooks, late of
CosNritr„ Feb. 3,1 O i 3.
Mr. Z. IAKE—Sir: Pleaso send me another bottle of
Fit Medieine, as I do not like to be without it on hand.
'When 1 eounnenced giving_ the teedirino to my son Ed
gar, he, had sin one to three tits per day. lifts now
taken the medicine over live montlismiud has had, I
think, lint two fits in that time. and those very light.—
Ills body and mind urn very .miudi Improved; and by
the blessing of OA, I feel flint ihv medicine will.restere
his body and mind to their wonted activity. Ilels 2'i
%ears old, and' has had fits over 112 years, width have
Leen veryfrequent, and very destructive to his consti
t uthin and mind. hundreds of dollars have been es
ponied for medicine to " cum: viva," but •nnthing has
relieved him until he used your medlidne. liespeetfully
yours, if 11( f7t.
earn :Judson Landon, County Superintendent of the
Ashtabula County infirmary. -
KINGSVILLE, 1111 a•
Mr. 7.. LAUF-Sir: Please send a few mere bottles of
your Fit 7ledllne:" 1 may not need it. hut think saf
er to keep it on hand. Your medicine hmsdonewooder....
I gave It to Miss _Jane belano; she has , had fits Mr 2tl
years, brought on by havitig the weasels when but four
years old: which could not ho brought out to the surface.
After taking the medicine a few days, 811 E HAS, A FI!!Z
COOP OP MIIISP.I-q; and hint hod no fits since. She had fits
or symptoms almost daily. She and her father concur
with me fit saying that we believe the medicine has or
will-work a perfect cure. 1 also gave the medicine to
Miss lane Henderson and Arts Corby, who have had fits
almost daily, for a number of years. Their fits have
ceased, and I believe the modligne will - have the desired
effect. Much money has been expended by the friends
of the above patients far doctoring, all to no purpose.—
The cure was left fir your medicine to perti,rea, and 1
can cheerfully recommend It ns n valuable discovery...L.
Respectfully yours, JUDSON LAN DON,
Superintendent Ashtabula Co. Infirmary.
Prepared and sold at advilwiale by Z. LAKE, Conneaut,
It. F. WELLICii i travating agent.
'Solid by S. W. Haverstick. Carlisle; E. 11.Thomac,
chanksburg; D. W. liniss, Harrisburg. -,Oct. 5-Iyl
•1 - Olio P. LYNE—Wholesale and
tail' dealer In American, English and German
lARDWAItE, Ale., b.. Meeloinics,huildurs
and the public Fen ally, Who are in want of Hardware
ot any laud; are invited to call in and
, s"7: eironine•my unusually lan; stock of
goods, - which I am selling at very low
. pr ens. ust stop in; It will only detain you a very
few minutes to he convinced that what everybody Mly.ti
t LYtis is decidedly the place to get goc.d goods at
law prices—must be Ulm INN.F.'S Hardware Role,
•. West Side North Hanover street.
HA it LOOK Mitt: !-A
thlitAr lisnosny Oretniw.
Thu subscriber In vonsiquence of ill-henith, offers hl en•
tire st4clt - Of It ARE to :illy person or porsuns wish
ing to enter into the Hardware business. 11W having so
resolved In quitting the business, will give n bar:sin,
besides his Influence and custom, Any one de,h,us o f
getting into this business will do well to call soon,
if not disposed; of by, the lst of October next, he will
then continence selling olf,at, pet at the old and well
!:nowt stand, North Iliaolicr street, next d4or to
Charles Itlaglaughlin's Hotel'..,
Ft ti - . - 4 1 .1tESTI ARRIVAL
• , WAR IfEiiiYß SAXTON. The
subsixiber having returned firm the city would call the
zittentlon of his friends and the public generally to the
large and well sehreted assortment of hardware which be
has just rticeived, consisting in part of BMW Al A-
T Elti A LS, nails, screws ; hinges, locks, bolts, glass; putty,
pllntri, oils; &c. TOOLS,—edge tools; sews and planes of
every desCription, with files, humps, baniniers, anvils, Le.
A 'general assortment of 6110 l INIA KERS AND SAD
DLERS TOOLS, together witkinerocce, lining and Lind-
Ing skins, shoe thread; wax, pegs, lasts, harness mount
lug; saddletrees, &e. ,
00Aell TitlAl3llNG—canvass (plain) enamelled, fig
ured and embensed,) patent and enamelled leather,
axles, springs; hubs, spokes, fcilocs. sha ft s,' &c., &c.
Cabinet ! takers will find a large assortment of varn
ishes, maltogany and walnut Jeneers, moulding, rosettes,
' , hair cloth, curled hair, &c.
The stock of Iron is large and well selectod compile
'lug all the kinds In general use, as haminered and rolled
Iron of all sizes, flat, lar and band inm round, square
and oral iron, horse-shoe iron-and nail ivids, with A large
lot of cast and ipriug, steel, English and American Lila'.
for steel, &e.
Ilousekeepers and those about commencing will fled it
to their adeanta call and examine our cutlery, brit
tania and plat mns, kettles, cedar ware, baskets,
In addition to the a re 'we have received a splendid
assortment of WALL .PAPER, making the stock corn•
pieta, and at such prices as cannot fall to give :withrfac•
tion. We Invite all friends to call, knowing it will bete
their own advantage'. Remember the old stand, East
Iligh btreet, Carlisle, Ea.
Oct. 12, ' unthar
F REsH ARRIVAL 01? H
E.—The subscriber haling returned from
tho city bas just opened fur the Fall trade a large, and
well selected stock ef foreign and .domestic Hardware,
embracing everything usually found in that lino of bu
siness: The attention of friends and the public generally
is respectfully directed to the assortment on hand,
suring them that goods of all kinds will be sold ler cash
at a very small advance on manufacturers prices. IGr
member tho old stand, East Main Street, Carlisle, Pa..
Aug 30, ISSI. . U. SAXTON.
rriAKE NOTICE.—That all persons
about commulonclng Ifousokeeplng and ethers iu
want of thorn, ran got supplo with Knives and Foiku,
Spouts, Ladlos, 31111 s, Pons, Kettles, Sad-Irons,
le., On tin, lowiwit rotes by '
ROGII.A. LONG SHAWLS--Just
racoWed a few Long and Square Drneila Shawls.
an silo. by U. W. 1111.E,11..
9[ I I.Ih3.GREATEST DISCOVERY OF
TTIE AG E—Farmert, Families and others, ran pur-
Chtl9o no remedy equal to Dr. TOMAS' Venetian,
ment, for 'Dysentery, Croup. Chronic Itheurnatisin
Ouinsey, :Iyre Thrilitt,,T.k:thache, en 1 4 1oltness, ,Cutt•
Burns, Swelllng.t, Old Sorts. Niusquitii btes, Insect
Stlugs, Palns in Alor. bind s s Chest, If it doer
not all , fellrf. the money will refund M—all that it
asked, Is i trial. and according to direction+.ho
article Is an Eugllsli renn , dy, afid was b y AN in. lA' .
King of Eng,lamt, and eortihed to by him, an a onto P r
Itheumath , ni, when in el) thing else recommended Lv his
physicians had failed.
tit or loran ()Oa of bottle; have bren sold if. the Unit ,
ed sthtcs, without a single failure. and families have
stated that it was a orth $lO per I , Otio. they r ever
would be without it. in ens.. of Croup, as It is fol . certalt.
as it Is arohij,, cures Toothache in three minutes:
I leminche .alf nn 11...1ir t and ChOlcrll, when filq take
en.'in a few hours. It perfectly innocent to take in
ternally, and IMP the recommendation of many of the
most eminent Physicians in the United Slat( f. Price,
IS and 50 rents.
Dr. Tobias has also put up a Liniment tr
pint bottles. Ivhirli Is warranted—Amamr and better
than any other. fl.r the cure of Colic, Galls. Swellings,
old Sorcii.,Uuts, Druiseti : ticratehes, Cracked Heel, ac.--
Price, fin cents.
Dr. Trlbillll could Min dozen newspapers with the rer-
Utica Lea and letters leeeived. relating to the w(nderful
cores accomplished by his Idnituent.hut riles - Wert; that
warranting It Is sufficient. 1114 nny person who does not
obtnin relief, need not pay f)r it. Iliere has teen so
Much worthless medicine sold to the public..h•Cir To
bias wishrs Ids artirlo to rest on its own merits, end it
be gives the Ind nO of the money reeeived, then he asks
the patronage of the public. not Oberwbe.
Dn. TOMAS' (Mice, 210 CItF,ENWICII Street, Now
For sale by A. Smith, Seventh and Chestnut f treets:
Pratt I: Son. 1:12 N. I , econd rtieet ; It. Callender.
S. 'third street, and by the Druggists thmngliout the
CTILE attEAT PUBIFIEIt OF TILE
n mullein of Merenry in It. An 'of:11111.1e remedy
64114111 a. King':; E ii, l betimatb4n, i )I , st innto Cutaneou
.Eruptions. PtiFttiles on the Nitre, ilk trll,l
114114 ' Chi ffille ;Sere Eyes, Bing NVorm or Tetter. real,
Wend, Enlar;ement :not Pain of the PCIIIPS rni l Jehity
SluLont Clorrs, :•`y OAHU,: Disorders, Eumhago,
ComplainhOand nil ties arising from an ir•judiriom
111 , 13 I.f 31orvury, Inimutleinii in lac, or Impurity of th.
ThLs valuable Medicine, which has become celebrate('
for the number of c:stracrdinary cures effected through,
its agency, has intitMed the pn.prieters. at the urgent
request of their friends. to offer it to the nubile, whirl, I
they do-with the utmost confidence In Its virtues and
wotiderfulsstrative.poperties. The follow inpcertificate
Selected from a large number, are however. Stronger to.,
thnony than the mere word of the proprietors; and arc
all from gentlemen well known in their localities undo?,,
the hi4hest respectahility, many of them residing In th, I;
city df Richmond, Vs.
E . BUYDEI' . i, i',11., of the r.,change i ,fletel, Richmond
kno n every where, MYR be has aeon the Meairine call
ed CVterrit's - Seastsit !limiest: adthinistered In over
hundred rases, in nearly all the diseases fur which it is
recommended with the most astonishingly good results.
Ile says it, is the most uxtruordinary medicine he has
AGUi AIM FEVER—Great Cure.-11 herei,y certify
that for three years I had Ague and Fever of the moat
rodent description. I had several Ph) sicians,,took large
quantities of .Quinine, Mercury, and 1 believe all the
Tonics advertised, but all without any permanent relief
At hart I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two betties Of
which effeetually cured tury ant 1 am happy to say I
lin V e had neither Chills or Fever hillec. I consider it the
hest Tonic in the world, and the only medicine thatesee
readied my ruse. Ji 111 N LONti DEN. 1
Heaver dam. near Richmond Virginia.
41, 11. LUCK, ESQ... now. in the city of ilichnuand.and
far many years in the Post Office. has su-h contdencoin
ling the ~astouu s ling etlicaey of Carter's S.panish ' Mixture.
that he.fnt4 bought 11pWardS•Of 50 Ixattles which ho has
given away o theadlicted. Mr. Luck says he has nev
er-known it to fail when taken arvordlng to directions.
Dr. MINA. ii,',,,,a,practising physician, and formerly of
tho City Hotel it city of 'Richmond, says he has wit
nessed; In a num‘wr of instances, the effects of Car
tees Spanish Mixture, which were 111 . 0 st truly surpr . lr
Mg,. Ile says In a case of Consumption, dependent m
the Liver, the good effects were wonderful Indeed.
, SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the tirm Drinker A Mor
vie, Richmond; was cured of Liver Complaint 'of Fr year
standing by the use of two bottles of Carter's Npanist.'
GREAT CURE OE SCROFCLAHThe Editors of the
Richmond Republican had a servant employed In their
press roan cured of violent Scrofula combined with
Rheumatism. which entirely tilsiiided him from'work.—
Two bottles of Carter's E3lumish Mixture. made a perfect
rare of him, and the editors to a public . notice say they
•• cheerfully rmounnend it to ull %he are attlictea with
one Lliscaso of the blood."
STILL. ANOTIIFit CIIRE OP SCROFULA---1 hod a
verY valuable boy cured of Sen•fuln by Carter's Spanish
,iixture. tx , nsider It. truly a 'valuable medicine.
JAMES M. TAYLOR,
Conductor On the It. F, .4 P. It. It. CO. - Richmond,
Mr. John Thompson. residing In the city of Rich-,
mend, wea cured by three bottles of Carter', Spanish
Mixture of Salt Rheum. which lie.hrid 'nearly 20 years.
and which all the physicians of, the city would . ot cure,
Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant In the city of
Richmond, Va.,.tind hilt cure is moat remarkable.
—Pinelpal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE & Co, No. 83
Mahlon Lane, Now York.
T: DYOTT ete. SONS, No. 132, North 2d et., Phila
BENNETT Sc BEERS, No. 1 MAW et., Richmond,
And for sale by S. Elliott, S. W. 'laver:dick. earflap, •
Ira Day. Mochaulcaburs;,,S. 11. Iforcon, Newrillb; J. C
Altlc, hfppouaburg, and by doalora In medicines every
Irbdre. • .
lIAVE you a colds?—Gallohor's' Elixir
has *ciliate - tic' ti Plat_ calobrity for tho cure of all
diseasee arising from severe colds, and Its efficacy hen
heort.attested'und approved by hundreds of•our MOM re
spectable citizens. lu overylnatance immediate relief
line berrr,given, aa,tho following certificate from . those
who have tried it bears testimony. Manufactured and
fur sale by ^.
JAMES CIALLOITER, Agent.
Wo the undersigned do certify that we hero used gal
loher's preparation for Consumption, golds, Diseasea of
the Lungs, Liver, &c., and having experienced immedt;
ate relief therefrom would xecommend.lt to all atilleted
In that way.
Thee: Hklles,, Mrs. M. Gould., It. IL McCoy, E.•
Wolf. Peter Monyer, H. S. llacicott, Joseph Lotrich, N.
Carlisle, April 2.5,1854-1 y
T HE WONDER OF THE AGE
For the curt; of Saitrheum, Chilblains, Common
Sores, Chapped or Cracked Hnuds, Burns or Scalds, Cute
or Wounds, Piles, Inflammation .I . 'oo Breast. bites of
insects, Sore Lips, Pimples on the Fnce, and Wanking
Out and Sores on Children, and all disc/mos of the Skin,
This Ointment will aura the Saltrheum and I'dirhs,'or
Chapped hands, quicker and surer than any other medb
clues of the kind before the public. ti;
To substantiate the above, I can give hundreds 6 . fre'l 4 .r
Uneaten; hut I consider it no vine. as (any pert:6n can de
the same; if they have friends. fl r evon li, worthless fir
tlele)-1 udy soleiy on the merits of the Ointment for the
. N. 11.—A shiff,lo hoz of tbls Ohntnent will 1;90, any
Meteleamith's, Farmer's, Sailor'::, or 1 1 b.schattlete1iitiltto, let
them chap or (Tack over so lad. mound and Jill goval a 0 11.
Ing order all a inter. Prypared .and sold by
• , 310NRON TjJt EL,
Sold also by tine principal Drugglate,nutt Country Mw'
chants. Poled 25 coutis per box.
Nov. 16, 1853-1 y '
mitt ant" yjappittess
ea flat *ono nub'gittudyttio of gftlittimt.
Dr. C. L.
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN kND ACCOUCHEUR,
Dr. - Kumma announces to tho afflicted that lie
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, even when abindoned by, tho
regular faculty. His perfilet knowledge of the hu.
man system enables bimto adapt the means to4he
end, so as to produce the most astonishing results.
The alarming prevalence of disease, and the often
Impeifect medical treatment of the present day, has
Induced him to make known Ma NEVER-FAILING
nEuEnnts, that those that mourn may rejoice, and
the o afflicted leap for joy. ALL, no matter what
their disease may be, can rest assured of finding
relief, and therefore shadd not delay Ili 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 it.
Address, C. L. Ksumso, M. D. Mechanicsburg,
Cumberland county, Pennsylvania.
N. I3.—The Doctor will attend patients at eny
II V E K (1)1111)LAIN'r Dy , pepqin.
.mgindire. Chronic 1r _Nervous debility, l . i , ease of
the Kidn-ys, and all tlismses ariAng from o ‘l,4+-stored
I.iv..r Or stomacli, such :in Constipation inwarFl piled,
ruh.est; of blood to the bead. acidity cf the :I , .inach,
heartburn, disgust Pr food, fulness eight-in
the stomach, sour eructations, sinking Or nut( ering`at
the pit ,-of the stomach, SNI illlllllllg Ortho 11,...,4. Iturrled
and diMetilt breathing. iltittering'at the heart; choking
or suffocating sensations when lu a-lying p--tlll,, dm.
ncss of Ih:ion, ibis or webs ,beftire the_slytht. I*os-et' and
dull pain in ,the head, deficiency of perspiration, yellow.
tress Or the shin and eves, paiti in the side. hick, chest,
limbs. ac., sudden lltn - hps. of heat, burning in the flea',
constant ittinlnlngs of evil; end great depreh‘b of spbr
its, can be effectually cured 117 pp. lloort.t CELE
BRATED (LERMAN prepared by 'big. C. M.
JACKV".I4, No. 1'2.0 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their ',ewer ever the above diseases In not r tiled, ff
equalled. by any other preparation in the Ftatea,
as the cures attest, In tunny cases after skilful phyrk•
clans bad filled.
These Litter* are worthy the attention of invalids,—
PoSsessing great virtues in the rettifteation (4' diseasnit
of the Liver end termer glands, exercising tho neat
Einarching 'powcrF In weakness and affections , :r the di.
gestivo organs, they are w ithal safe,. certain and' plea*.
Mond and ho convinced. Testimony of the highert
character! lion. Gin. STROUP, Judge of the District
C.coirt In Perry county, Pa.. Nov. azild:
Your " German Bitters" has teen in use
in our place over a year past, and to the astonishment of
many has performed. wonders. We may notice n few im
stances , that have come under our own immediate no
tice :—almost ovdrY person who has stopped at the hotel
of iVtu. Lackey, one yearelitoe. predicted from his ema
cLated. muntenance and debility, that hu mull not live
much longer. Ile was unable to attend to Its Lusi egar ,
and for the greater part of the time confuted to It Isroom
We recommended hint to try the Gertuanfittters; Ito did
artd to the surprise of all his friends he is now able to
attend usual business and perform lammed 131 or.
The case of Henry Asper, a stone 1111114011:' WIIOIII 110 (nc
511pi..”.. , 1 would ever recover from the debility of his ryi
tem, but was looked upon as fast approaching the gravel
tookleight or nine bottles of the Bitters during the la s t
winter, and this smumer ho has been (to the svi prise of
all who knew his case) following his trade. - TliF - case of
William Murphy is no less astonishing. He too web 53
far reducedns to.induee the general belief tlud the gn.ve
alone would be his only remedy. Mr. Lackey recom
mended him to try the hroothunls Berman Bitters; he
is now apparently a well man, and able to do a bard day's
_work. We could mention many other curs of a shri4r
character. If it were necessary. 1 myself derived much
benefit front their use. I have given considerable of it
'away, not for your benefit alone, buttm relieve suffering
hatintuity. and let me assure you I ant pleased to see the
happy, result. To the afflicted wt .. 3slyrtry them fairly
and I will warrant milerl
These hitters are worthy the attention of invalids.
possessing great power in the resteratbn of n healthy
action of the liver and the lesser glands, giving tone to
the stomach and nervous system, and bringing the sys
tem generally to a high state of health. Elliott. For sale by S. W. Havehrtiek and S. l Carlisle;
Irsthay, Mechanicsburg; J. H. Herron, Newville; J. S.
Attic, shlppensburg, and by dealers in medicines every
• SELF—I'MVATELY, 25
cents, by means of the POCK-
Er JESCULAPIUS, or Eve ,
Ono lIIS 'OWN PIINSICIAN I
Tho thirty-sixth Edition, with
ouo hundred engraN ings, shoW-
Mg I'A - sato Diseases and nal
formations of the Gonemtlie
System, in .every shape, and
form: to which Is added a
Trcatiso on the Diseases' f Pe.
nudes, intended for the use of
females only, (eeo Mire IMO bso-
Mg of the highest Imvu - tanial
to married yoepl_e, or those oon
• . 111. D., U rnduate
t_ttuversity 01 ,nsylvania, Member of the Roy
al College of Surgeons,'London s .and llonomry Member
of tit Philadelphia Medtcal,society. The.variatio forma
of Secret diseases, fieminal Weakness: Mimeses of the
Prostrate Mend. Impriericy.oolltars habits of youth-are
faithfully described, and all the receipts given in plain
language. ,The, chapters on self abuse, and ''emlnal
Weakness is worthy of particular attention, and should.
be read by'every ono. Young men who have been as
fortunate in, contracting ,tilsedio, previous to placing
Yourselveetinder the'eire ut'an* doctor, no vnatterwhat
his pretensions 'nay . he, got a copy of this truly valuable
work. • '
Sea Captains and persons going to Sea ,should possess
Dr. Young's treatiseon: Marriage, the•Potket .lErteulaki•
us, or Every one Ills own Physician.
•IZir Let no father be ashameill to present a tip); of the
Xsculaplus to Ma child.: It may, earohlin from an early
grave. Let no young man hr woman• enter into the (se
cret obligations of married life without reeding tho po4k
et Atscultipitut: 'Let no one ufferlig fam a hacknied
cough, rittlu in the side, restless nights, nervous feelings
and the whole train of Dyepeptic sensations, anti given
oft by Aheir physician, tte another moment without cop
suiting the ‘itsculapids.' Dere the nuutted or thaw'
about to he, married' any, impediment, react this truly
useful Div*. as it has'been the means of laving thou
rands of unfOrtunnto tercaturoy, from the• very jaws of
death: Upwaids of tiIdILLION copies of this celebrated
'`work has lamtn sold in•this country, rind Europe auto I&
38, when the first edition was Issued. • • - •
Di' Any person atooding "IWPiNTY-FIVE cents ere
closed in A letter, will i•eeelve one copy of this book by
mall; or' five envies will le rent Lor gl. Address lb-.
WILLIAM YOUNG, No. 152 Fp t•ueit4 t reo t, rbtliWelp*a.
T‘Vonte years practice in the cr
talnly entitles Dr. Young to th
and ho may ho mnsuited
described in his different pubil ,
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day excepted) and persons
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