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THE BOY AT THE TYKE.
It is said that a little boy in Holland
was returning.home one night from a vil
lage to„ which he had been sent by his
father on an errand, when he noticed the
water trickling through the narrow ope
ning in the dyke. lie stopped and
thought what the consequence would be
if the hole was not closed. He knew for
he had often heard his father tell, the sad
disasters which haul happened from small
beginnings; how, in a few hours the ope
ning would become bigger and bigger,
and let in the mighty mass of waters'
pressing on time dyke, until the whole de
fence beingl washed away, the rolling
dashing, angry waters would sweep to the
ucxt village, destroying life, and proper
ty, and every thing in its way. Should
he run•liome and alarm the villagers, it
would be dark before they could arrive,
and the hole even then might be so large
' pis to defy all attempts to close it.
Pi-ompted by' these thoughts he seated
himself on thq, _bank of the canal, stop
pni the opening with his hand; and pa-
tieutly awaited the approach of villagers.
bat no one came. Hour after hour rolled
slowly by, and there sat the heroic boy,
in cold and darkness, shit'C'ring, wet and
tired, but stoutly pressing his hands .
against the dangerous breach. All night
he stayed at his post. At last the mor
____n ing_b_roke—A__clergyman,-_ wal ki up
the canal heard a groan and looked around,
to see where it came from. 'Why are
yolt there, my child ?' he asked, secin; ,
the boy and surprised at his strange posi
tion. 'Fam keeping back the water, sir,
and saying the village from being drown
answered the child, with lips so be
numbed that_die could scarcely speak.—
The astonished minister relieved the boy.
The dyke was closed and the danger
which threatened hundreds of lives was
'Heroic boy what a noble spirit of self
devotedness he showed ." every one will
exclaim. A heroic boy indeed he was :
and what was it that sustained him
through the lonesome night ? Why,
when his teeth chatteced, his limbs trem
bled., and his heart rung"with anxiety,
did he not fly to his safe and warm home?
• What thought bound him to his seat?—
Was it not the responsWlity of his posi
tion? Did he not determine to brave all
ta ;, tigue, the dartgo-, the darkness,
e cold, in thinking what the con
;,sequences would be, if he should forsake
•it ? Ilia mind pictured the quiet homes
land beautiful farms of the people inunda
ted by the flood of water, and Its deter
mined to stay at his post or die.
Now, there is a sense in which every
person, every boy and girl occupies a pU
sition of far weightier responsibility than
that of the little Hollander on the dark
and lonesome night; fur by the good , or
bad influence which you do and shall ex
ert,Lybu do and shall exert, yitcu may be
the means of turning a tide of wretched
ness and ruin, ol,„ ‘ a pure stream of good
-11C:33 and gladness on-the world. God has
given you somewhere a post of duty to
occupy; and you cannot get above or be
low your obligations to be faithful in it,.
You are responsible for leavingyour work
undone, as well as having' it badly done.
, You cannot excuse yourself by saying I
am no body—l don't exert any influence;
for there is'' nobrody so mean or obscure,
that he has not some influence; and you
have it whether yob will or no, and you
are responsible for the consequences of
the influence, whatever it, is.
, ESTATE OF SAMUEL MUMMA,
Dl CEASRD.—Notiee Is hereby given that letters
of administration on the estate of Samuel Mumma, late
of Eastlllennsborli!liiiVindilp, Cumberland county, tiCe'd.
44tave been issued by the Register of said county to the
1 4 `vgithAeriber, residing in Upper, Allen township. All per
"—Wills knowing themselves Indebted to gixid estate are
re inked to make Immediate payment., and these having
claims to present them for settlement to
TOBIAS 1111LLE1t, Upper Allen,
Nov. 8, 18•54-6tpd • Administrator.
.;kI N .QTRAY SHEEP.—Cause to
tho premises of the subscriber, in
North Middleton township, on the 10th of
'4,111111) October, 15 HEAD OF STRAY SHEEP.-
- • The owner Is hereby notified to-come for
ward, prove property, pay charges and take them sway,
otherwise they will be disposed of according to law.
Nov 1,1854—1 t. ELIAS BRENNEMAN.
TIROCHE SITAVLS.—A lot of L.,ong
and Srynaro Brodie S) awls. Also, Blanket Shawls
just roeidved from Now Turk and selling very low at the
(Amp store of
Avo oLLEN - YARN.—A lot of very
Superior lloaxy and Ever - Woollen Yarn just
'waived, 'nvil NMI:1'01.601m eft,' yarn:all colours.
novS CHAS. 0011.IIY. •
CI MTN YOUR OLD METAL—.Cash
paid for 01,11 METAL. such as :Copper, Brass and
Iron, at the Carlisle Foundry and Machine Shop.
tiARDNEII. fi BROWN.
E Call the attention of the public Co
PORTABLE PAILDEN Olt MILE EN(IINR, for
worturing gardens or extlngulahlng fires. An excellent
'rticle, neat, cheap and convenient. Nor Aide at'
OTECE.—An Election for Directors
4of tho Carlislo Bank will bold on MONDAY.
t, i0'.2.3t1i of Novernbor next, at, the other, of the
Carl 310, between the hours of 10 A.M., and
OEOR(11 , 1 A. LYON, Preril
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3IPORTANT• WORK ON
SYLVANIA. No Peneisyhaninn should be without
it. Eight •thousand. copies sold Every Farmer and
every citizen should have a copy. Bowss's Picroni
SR' Mil Ii KM OF PENNM.VANI.k; Or. its Scenery, Internal
TillprOVeni..nts. Resources anti Agriculture, popularly
described. ill vstrated with oVer '2OO Beautiful Engrav
in4s, and accompat d s' Lar4e Map of the
Stnte caret:oily col.' ltlition. Itet ised, Cer ,
reeted anti I inprovet - evin. - !ant
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It is impracticable in so short a space as this to glee
an adoattite idea of the variety of subject, anti the ex
tent of rosearoh which this Volmne contains. ,The
whole field has Leon carefully explored. And no de
partment however Intricate has been passed over. but
treated until the subject has been made perfectly clear
and intelligible to the simplest mind: indeed one Of
the great peculiarities of the
,Book is its freedom from
dry detail. and statistics, (se common to works of this
eliaraeter,)• which no doubt is one-of the causes of its .
Very great popularity.
The Agriculture of the State is a prominent topic in
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not-merely sporulrting on the results of husbandry, but
settEehing and finding how the greatest advantage tact
he gained from the best sources. Every Farmer should
read and study his remarks. and also those who depend
on the Farmer for the necessaries of life; for all should
understand somettiing of the means by which those
necessaries Are produced.
Cities. Towns anti Villages are described anti dwelt
upon, the characteristics of the people pointed out, and
the various improvements in progress or projected no
ticed;--one of the deeply interesting sketches- In the
work is that on the NVyoming Valley: the vivid anti
startling interest thrown around that devoted spot. is
dwelt upon with iswutiful patioand feeling. and the
leading events in the tragic part enacted there In rove- .
lutlonary times, pointed out by a master hand. Added
to this is Campbell's always beautiful Gertrude of Wyo
ming, the merit of which it Is unnecessary to speak
- • A vivid and truthful description of thi; grand and
majestic Scenery of the 01,1 Keystone State, is also a
preninent subject in the Volume. Nothing can exceed
the grandeur and beauty of Pennsylvania's-Romantic
Hills. and well does the author understand the suhjert
with which he deals.
The Press throumbout - the'Stato have, with united
cafe, prmounced it thi. Best, Popular Ilook ever written
on the State and without a tingle execption have re-
Commended the work in the highest terms. The many
flattering notices bestowed upon It will be enlierted to
gether find published. In a future circular. Accompany
hug every volume it Ba-ne's Large Map of the State,
carefully coif - med.—the latest and best Map published.
and which retails seperately at One Dollar, and Is un
doubtedly the only eorrect one Issued.
The pries of the Book Is placed at the lowest rate for
which it could be timinuflictured, and the execution of
It in every respect is - alike beautiful and substaiitial.—
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work; but thatoccompanying it, the publisher has 110
hesitation In prdnouncing It the cheapegt, Book
The Publisherhas gone to Irma expenle in publishing
the Book in proper style. The engravings are beauti
fully executed; the type largo and clear; and the paper
of a fine texture; while the binding is at the same time
tasty and durab le, and having done his part well. he
submits the work to the examination of the people.
confidently recommending it to , the attention of there
intererited In the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
Rending Railroad Company. Sutibury and Erie Railroad
Compauy. Norristown and other railroads in the State.
in the Schitylkitl and Lehigh 'Navigation Companie, In
the Lehigh and all other Coal Companies, throughout
Pennsylvania, to all engaged in mining and ntanuflo ,
Wring Coal and iron, to every Farmer arid every' citizen
of the great State of Penney Ivan in. in submits this
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ting the amount to tbe Publisher.
invariable Price of the Work
EinhosstA - - -
" gilt edges and hide -
'c Ntorneco. marbled edge
" Turkey Ittoraceo. extra
/IW.Agents wanted in every County hi the State.—
Any person desiring an Agency please address the Pub.
WM. 'WIMP.; SMITH. Publisher.
'1(1.'054 195 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia.
DRUGS ! DRUGS ! DRUGS! Fresh
SUPPLY! I have just received a fresh stock of
Medicines, Paints, glass, Oil, &c., y i Which ' having
great been purchased with rare at thu hest city
houses. I cancontidOntly re,ommend to Families.
Physicians, country Merchants and Dealers, as be
ing fresh and pure.
DitUGS—Patent Medicines, Fine Chemicals, instru
ments, pure Essential Oils, herbs and Extracts, Spices
ground and whole, Easenrte, Perfumery, &c.
AN, Al Liver Oil—warranted genuine.
‘DYg-sTuFFSHlndigoes, Madders, Sumac, Alum Log
and Cam Woods, Oil Vitriol, Copperas, Lou, Bye.
PAlNTS—Wetherill & Brother's Pure Lead, Chrome
green awl Yellow, Paint. and Varnish . Brushes, Jersey
Window Wass, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Copal and, roach
Varnish, and Red Lead. All of which. will bo sold St the
very lowest niarket price. '
Also, a fresh and splendh2mssortment of FANCY
gOODS. Fruits. Confectionary, and Innumerable other
articles calculated for use and ornament, all of which
ate offered at the lowest cash prices, at the cheap Drug,
hook and Fancy Store of the subscriber on North If:m
over street. S. 'or lIAVERSTICII.
F REsit DRUGS, 31EDICITES &c.-
" ke.-1 hm P
leave just:revolved frohiladelphia and
/New York very extensive additions to my
former stook, embracing nearly every article
In use, together with
or Paints. Oils, Turpentine, Porte
'nary, Soaps, Stationary, Finn Cutlery, Fish-
IngTaekle, Brushes of almost every des..rip
lion, with an endless variety of other articles, whichl
to sell at the vxnr LOWEST prices:
All Physicians, country Merchants, Pedlars and oth
ers, are respectfully' requested not to paRS thy } OLD
STAND. its they may rest assured that every article will
be sold of a good quality, and upon reasenablo terms.
May 30. Main street, Carlisle.
ATACITINKRY 011, 7 —Avery super,
..01 artirle 011, for, great-111g .11111d11011,1..in4
rolsqkl and for , alO cheap at • IL 1'10.40.,.
iuriiLc : Irnl'
91 0 0 T II WASH.--43ettutiful White
. 1 . Teeth Healthy Gummi and a. Skeet Breath—All who
are desirous of obtaining these benefits should use 'int-
M AN'S CEixiiitATED 'remit .wAsit. .This delicious
artiao combines so many meritorious qualities that it
has now Leconte a Standard faverite, with the citizens of
New YorkaPhiladelphia and Baltimore. 1/enlists
scribe it in their practice most successfully - , and fioni
every source the most flattering laudations are awarded
Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately 1 onelit
ted by its use: its action upon them in Mild. I...thing
and effective. It cleanses the teeth so trWroughly, that
they tire made to rival pearl .in whiteness. and 11MM...1
through the mouth such a delightful freshness that the
breath is rendered okuulsitely sweet. It disinfects these
impurities which tend to produce decay, and. as a con
sequence, when these are xemoved the tooth must al
ways remain sound. Read the f 'Bowing from Dr. J. A.
Mr. V. Zertnnn—Fir• linving used And recommended
y(lr Tooth Waslf In niv practice for Immo time, I find It
the most effeettml Deffirifiee In use, and therefore recom
mend it to the public.
Rend the following testimony:
Alit, %tam t7C—Dear Lhave fully tested the merits
of your valuable Tooth Wash. and ran, without hesita
tion. ree‘numend It as the hest that has tome under nay
notice during an experience as Dentist of more than six
teen years. It cleanses the Teeth, soothes and Maidens
irritated (Innis. and iinparts a delirious fragrance to the
Breath. From the mouths of those who make use of it.
however, it a ill certainly speak for itself.
Cleo. I'. 541111.1.11, Surgeon Dentist,
219, South. Tenth st.., Philadelphia.
TI iv n=od and recommended by all the eminent-Dent
ists in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore. and- ether
cities where it hati been Introduced. All should give It
44- Prepared nuir,by Francis Zennan. Druggist and
Chemist. Philadelphia. and 5.11.1 wholesale and retail by
Samuel Elliott. Carlisle. 3. 1 b Meeluntiesintrg,
.1. Herron. Newville, .1. C. Williams. shipponshurgi and
by all Druggists at only '2 .5 rent: per bottle.
FPILEPSY Can be Cured. Lake's
V Et: ETA BLE CiIM POUND. for the eure of Ilei
the,t or Pm, is performing more wonderful cures than
any other medicine yet known or before the public.—
PRICE Fl VE DOLLARS A 130111. E.
The propriet,r has in his possession numerous certifi
cates, narrating the astonishing and miraculous, cures
eln...ted by this medicine. and directs Attention to the
following only, to assure those who are so unfortunate
to be sdllieted o ith orrible disease heretofore regard
-eilllll`llllll,lo,- that-L %ILE'S -pre.palr.ltioll—LL-4.3IUSI_INE.
iii: IV ITS (TUE
From Mrs. BrOoks widow of Maj. Jas. Brooks, late of
Mr. Z. TAKE— Sir : Please send me another bottle of
Fit Mediehm, - as 1 do not like to Mi without it on hand.
When I commenced giving the medicine to my son Ed:
Im.r. he had from ono to three tits per day. Ife has now
taken the medicine oier five months. and hes had. 1
think, lint two fits in that time, and those ven: light.—
lIIS body apd mind are very in nal imprtned: and by
tho blessing of (led, I tool that the medicine wlll'restoro
his body ambmind to their wonted activity. Ift-Js
years old, and has haul tits over 12 years, which have
been very frequent. and very destructive to. his consti
tution and mind. Hundreds of dollars have been ex
pended for medicine cults FITS," but nothing has
relieved him until ho used your medicine. Itespectfully
yours, PO LLYONOOKS.
Fr nu .Judson Linden. enmity Snperintenckent lef the
At.litabula e..unty Infirmary.
Kispsvnix, Fol 4 4,185 i.
Mr. Z. 1.%5r.--Sir: Please send a few more, bottles of
your Fit Medleine;" I may not need It. MA-think sail
or be keep it nn limn!. Your medicine hasepaitwontlers.
1 gave it-to Miss Jano Delano; she has hod - fits fit. 26
years. liniught on by having the Incase's wh.th but thur
yearaeld, which could not to brought out it , f the surface.
After taking the medicine a few days, sill lIAO A. rtSll
cam. or MEASELS, and has halloo tits sIASe. fihehadlits
or symptorns almost daily. She anti her fat. '
with ins in saying. that We believe the, ur
will work a perfect cure. 1 also gave to
Miss .Dams Ilendersan and Arta f.:arby, who
almost daily, for a number of years-,
ceased, and 1 believe the medic 4w :.
effect. Much money has tatinleidienco.s
of the aboie ILatients for doctoring alt
The cure was loft fir your median , . .
c..an - cheerfully recommend it as a yid ~••ry.
IZespeetfully yours. .11T6109
Superintendent Ashtabula Co. ltd . 'ary.
Prep:wed and sold tit wholesale by Z. LAKE, Unmeant.
K F. WELLER. ngent.
Sold by S. W. linvergtlck. Car≤ K 11. Thomas, NI,
chat) irsburg ; I riiss, Harrisburg
I OHN P. 1.1 NE—Wholesale and Be
it tall dealer in American, English and Dermal'
II A ItilW Alt E, Oils, Paints, Ac., A. Mechanics. builders
and the piddle gent-rally. who are in want 01' Hardware
any kind, are invited to rail in and
. :. • 5; . ,:„ , • examine ' unusually liar: stock of
goods, which I nut selling at very low
pr ces. Just stop in; it will only detain you a Nery
few minutes to be eons Lured that what everybody says
—that Lyn's is decidedly the place to get good goods at
law prices—muselkt trite. LYNE'S Hardware Store.
West Side North Hatover street.
. /.. ti Atizc. , ---,-....-.4...gZ';;- - 1 - OOK -.'
11l 4 1 1 . .—A
'-' W ARE t. j A 0 ItLAT 11 kKO UN OFFERED.
The subscriber in consiquence of ill-health, Wet, ftls cm
'tire stock of II AIM ARE to any person or parsons wish
ing to cuter into this Hardware business. lie has lug so
resolved in quitting the bizsiness, will give a hargalti,
besides his influence and custom. Any one desirous of
getting into this busillett,ti will (10 well to call scan,-and
if not disposed of by the 'lst of October next. he will
then COMMOOre selling Of at cost at the old and well
known stand, in North Hanover street, next door to
Charles Maglaughlin's Hotel. JACOB SENER.
,HARD A -- - . - 11RFsii AR 4I VA It -.
IlliNilt SANII.):. The
subscriber having returned from the city would call the
attention of his friends and the public generally to the
large and well selected assortment of !bird Wall' which )10
Ins just received, consisting in part of 111:ILDING MA
TER! A LS, nails, screws, hinges, locks, bolts. glass. putty.
,paints. oils, Ac. TOOLS—edge tools; saws and planes of
every description; with files, rasps, hammers, auvIIS, Sze.
A general itssortment of SHOEMAKERS AND SAD
DLERS TOOLS, together with morocco. lining and bind
ing skink. shoe thread, wax, !togs; lasts, harness mount
ing, saddletrees. Ae.
C lACII Till MMiNti—ValiVfl,ti (plain, enamelled. fig
inlet and embossed.) patent and enamelled leather,
titles, Wings- hubs, spokes, felles. shafts. Ac., Ac,..
Cabinet Makers will find a largo assortment of T nrn
kites. rimloignily and walnut veneers, moulding, rosettes,
hair cloth, curled hair, Ac. .... - .
- $2 00
• 2 60
- 2 25
• 4 00
The stock of Iron Is large and SVPII selet ted. commis-
Inf. , : all the kinds In general use,as Inutiured and rolled
Iron of all sizes, lint, !par and land Iron, round, square
and oval Iron, horse-shoe Iron and nail rode, with a large
lot of last and spring steel, English and American blis
/ Housekeepers and these about commenting will tied It
.40 their advantage to call and examine our cutlery, brit
tania and plated ware pans, kettles, cedar ware, baskets,
In addition to the above we Imse received a splendid
assortment of WALL l'Al'Elt, making the - stock com
plete, and at such prices as cannot fall to give PAtiShit ,
tioll. We Invite all friends to call, knowing It will be to
their own advantage. lan. the old stand, East
High Street, Carlisle; Pa.
Oct. 12, 033. HENRY SAXTO:s.
1 AVE you a oola?—Galloher's laixii
IL has nea:dred a just celebrity for the cure - of all
MAU:I,4IIS arising film severe colds, and its (+nary has
boun'atlested and approved by hundreds of our most IT-
S111 , 14:040 ritiZlllll4. In every instance immediate relief
has been given, as the following -certificate from thcso
who have tried It bears testimuuy• lilanufitcturera and
fur sale by L 7
3 AMES t7ALIAIIgIt, Agent.
We the undersigned do certify that we have used Oaf-
Ether's preparation for Consumption, Colds, Diseases of
the Lungs. Liver, ke., add having experienced immedi
ate relief therefrom would recnnutend it to all afflicted
in that way.
Thai. 11. Skiles,. Mrs. M. llould, R. 11. McCoy, 11". L.
Wolf, Peter Monyer, 11. S. Hackett, Joseph Lobach, N.
Carllsill April 25, 1,5.1-ly
1 - 4 "lOC 1 I LONG SIIAWLS—Just
rovelvoil a few anti :•'ll nit a Ilroelia ;Bawls
V.. 1 ITN EH.
Dr. J.' A. CinmAN. Delalg.
CONN EkUT, Feb. 3, 1533
F 1 1 11114 : RE ATEST DI SCOV .Elt 17' OP
11l l' E—
AGFarmers. Families nod others,can ptm
MSC no remedy equal to Dr. 'l . lllll Ai' Nem-thin Lini
ment, for Dysentery, Colic, Creep, um eu ,l e Rh emee thm
Quinsey, Sore Ihnot, 'roc-Macho, Fee Ficknes N , (tits
limns, Fu ellitigs, Lid Sores, Musqulto Bites. Insect
Stings, Pains lo the Lim's, ( hest. Mirk, kr, 1t it di s
DO, Ore relief the money will he returded—all that is
asked, is a trial, and use it according to dire, thus. S he
article in nn Lnglish remedy. and was used t y \\m. ,
King of England. lend certiled to by him, as a cure I, r
I hmountisM. when everything else set ommetnit d 1 y his
11h3sicians had ram.
Cher In.Ot 0111111 Of hottles have 1 eon S.ld In the Unit
ed Ftates. without a .tingle failure. end fandlies bate
stated drat rt ens ‘iorth $lO l‘er Iw ale. Ll ey 11:1, or
would be without it In retie of Croup. as it is ON t - ertahl
as it Is applied. It cures' oot bindle In three mit:ides:
Ileadnehe in half an hour, and , thelerst, ellen first tak
en. In a few hours. It is perfectly lonocent Le tat a Sri
terr ally. nod hits the reeinninendatton ef many of the
in, et euninolit I'hysielans in the l'nitra States. 1 rice,
tl5 nod fit eetts.
lir. Tobias has also put up ;t Liniment f r Hors( s iu
pint betties. u Well is warranted—dicarer and 1 etter
ll any other. f r the owe of Colic. balls,
old Sores. Cuts. Bruises, Seintrlies, Craebed Berl. ete.—
Prim, iN cents.
1)r. Tains renld fill n dozen newspapers n ith 'tl r een
tif rates nod letlets t eeelved, relating the /v. nd,ufni
cures aeremplished l y hi/7 Liniment 1 ut e that
warranting it Is sufficient. r.s any prison who die net
obtain miler, need not mt. r It. There has I 1111 Si.
notch worthless medicine sr hi to the palie.lh nt 1 r To
bias Avishoi his article to rest l• 11 its I Will II (Tit!, atJi if
he gives the Inhte of the money received. ti 011 he ash/.
the patronsgo of the public. not otherwbe
DR. !fOIIIAS' Office, 240 (11111Et/W1( II Ftrret, Now
For sale by A. Smith, Seventh and Chestnut r treets
& Son. 1 8 N. Feennd street: T. h. Callende” F
S. Third street, and by the Ilrngitints tin nugin
a particle of Mercury .in it. An Infallible remedy for
Serofula. King's Ev 11. Il heuttattism, t lled Ina te Cuts scan
Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on thi• mace. Illetehl
Boils, Chronic Sore Eyes. Ring Worm or 'fetter. 5,11141
'lead—Enlargement and Pain of the It, nef: and .mteits
F.tuboni Ulcers. Syphilitic Disorders. Into flap, Spi nit I
Complaints and al f diseases arising from an injudicious
use of Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or Impurity of the
Blood. . _ _
This valunblo Medicine. which hn. become celebrated
feu• the number of extraordinary cures effected through
Its agency, ban induced the preprieters, at the urgent
request of their Mends, to offer it to the piddle. which
they do with the utmost confidence In its viz toes nod
wonderful curative propertion. The follow Inc certificates
selected from a large number. are however, stronger tes.
timony than the mere word of the proprietors; and are
all from gentlemen well known in their localities Mei o f
the highest respectability. many of them residing in the
city of Richmond, Va.
11013 1 RN, Es q ., of the Exchange Hotel. Richmond
•'known every Nrilel*, says he has seen the Medic Ire
CAMTER 7 B MI:VIVRE 10111illiStered in over
j.n.adredranx.4.ln nearly the diseases for which it is
recommended nith the mrst astonishingly good results.
iie says it is the most extraordinary medicine be has
AGUE AND FEVER—(:reat Cure.-1 hereby vertif:
that for three years 1 had Ague and Fever of the nttoct
violent description. I had Nevem! I'll)sicians, tol; large
quantities of Quinine. Mercury, anal I believe nil the
Tonics advertised, but all without' any permanent relief.
At last 1 tried Carter's Spanish Mixture. two la Wes of
which effect nail) cured the and ant happy to say I
have had neither Chills or Foyer ci Ilfe. 1 consider It the
1)64 Tonic In the world, and the only medicine that PA or
reached my case. )IIN LONUDEIV.
Deaver dam, near Richmond Virginia.
0. B. LUCK, ESQ., now in the city of Richmond. and
f r litany years in Ow l'obt Office. has such confidence in
the :ndonishing efficacy of Carter's Fpanish Mixtffle.
that he has bought upwards of ;AI Is ttles Which he has
given away to the afflicted. Mr. Luck says he has nev
er k 'n it to fill when Luken according to dlrectient..
• Dr. NINOE, n practising physician, and formerly of
the City Hotel in the city of Richmond. says he brutal it
nessed, in a number of instances. the effects or Cars
tees Spanish Mixture. which were most 'truly surpris
ing. Ile says in a case of Conbumption. dependent on
the Llt er. the good effects were wonderful indeed.
SA MUM. M.. DIU SK ER. of the firm Drinker A! Mery
Richmond. was cured of Liver Complaint of l yeas
standing by the use of two I.t.ties of Carter's Spanish
tIREAT CURE OF SCROFPLA—The Editors of the
Richmond Republican had a servant employed in their
rr,s none cured of violent Ser, isuAltied n Rhp
heumatisiii, Which entirely disabled him frown
Two fettles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfeet
cure of him, and the editors In a piddle notiee Ray they
"cheerfully recommend it to MI who are afflicted with
any disease of the blood."
STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFULA—I had n
very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's' Spriblsh
Mixture. I consider It truly a valuable medicine.
JAMES M. TAYLOR.
Condukoren the R. -F. A. PAIL it, Co. Richmond, Va.
Mr. John Thompson, residing. In the city of Rich
mond, wits cured by three bottles of Carter s r : panlsh
Mixture of , Falt Rheum. which he had nearly 20 years.
toed which all the phyAcians of the city would not cure,
Mr. Thompson Is n well known merchant In the city of
Richmond. Va., and Ids cure Is most remarlint.le.
Principal l'opots at M. 14.4111), CLOSE & Co, No. 83.
Maiden Lane, No York.
T. W. DYOTT & SONS, No. 132, North, 2d Hi., pidia
, & BEERS, No. 121 Main st... Itirlnnond
And for sale by S. Elliott, S. W. Haverstiek. Carlisle •
Ira Day. Medi:inksburg: J. 11. Herron, Newvilte; .1. C
Altle, Sltippensburg, and by dealers In medicines ever)
FritiE WONDER OF 7.11 E E !-
Per the cure of Saltrhuum, Chilblains, Common
Sores, Chapped or Cracked Ilands, Burns or Scalds, Cuts
or •\\bails, Piles, Inflammation of the Breast, bites of
,insects, Sore Lips, Pimples on the Fare, and Breaking
Out nod Sores en Children, and all the,
or the Shin.
Tide Ointment will cure the Saltrheum and'Burns. or
Chapped hands, quicker and surer than any other medi
cines of the kind hefore the public.
To substantiate the above, I can give hundreds of cer
tificates, but I consider It no useoni (any person can do
tho:same, if they have filemN, for even a worthless or
tieW I rely wittily on the merits of tho Ointment for the
N. B.—A single box of thin Ointrio .t will keep nny
Blacksmith's. Farmer's, entities, or Ic..hanic's hands. lel
them chap or crack ever so bad, you a And In good work
ing order all winter.. Prepared ami .11d by
oE TESTI EL,
Ann gat uric, Colin.
Sold als by the principal Drugg:stso.nd ('cunt 3 - Mer
chants. Price 25 cents per box. .
'Nov. In, IS5:1-1y
rRI4:SII ARRIVAL OF II A R .1) -
wv A It E.—The subscriber having returned frfiro
the city has Just opened for the Fall trade a large anti
well selected stock of foreign nod domestic Hardware,.
embracing everything usually found in that line-Of hu.
slness. The attention of Month:and the toddle generally
is respectfully directed to the assortment on hand, a?.
taming them that goods of all kinds w 11l be sold for cast
at It very small ativrvoce On manufacturers prices. re
meniteir the old ntand;F.ast Main Street. Carlisle.
Aug :;0, lt H. SAXTON.
r T AKE NOT IC E.—That all persons
ntrolit commineming.liounekeeping flint other, In
cant of thou', van supriim with ICr is e, an d 1 , ,,1 05 ,
Siwutg,ColToo yaw, Koti,
o w vac, ;,) . .
to tly *oip rmb latt.9l2tcrs of gfiliction
Di. C. L. KELL IN G,
"ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHE,UR,
Dr. 4i3 anlanillleCll. to the afflieted that he
us a yegtilnr, graduate of tho best Medical College
n the enited States. and, during many years of
rery extensive practice, has been familiar with
sr cry form of disease, and Succeeded in curing tho
most hopeless eases, even 'when abandoned by
regular faculty. His perfect knowledi4e of the hu
man system enables him In n•dapt the taeonti to the
end, too ni' to produce the most astonishing results
The alarming prevalence of disease, awl the often
imperfect medical treatment of the present day, ha•
induced hint to make known its smvem r tit INo
tIIOIEnIEN. that those that mourn may rejoice, and
the afflicted leap fur joy. ALL. no matter who:'
their disease may be, van rest assured of finding
-relitif,dintl.i.hereforxhoulcLutm.dulay /I.lll , ltnettl,
Write disease and symptoms full and plain, ant
you can receive nn answer by return icon (free
stating the medicine required And the price of it
Address, U. L. Kt.:1.1.1,W, XlechnnicAurg,
Cumberland county, Penn.yl‘nuin.
N.B.—The Doctor will attend patients nt my
distance, when required.
I IV ER CON PLA IST, 11f pep
chroffi, o r N. , rvoils
ttryk_Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disorderad
Liv.ar or s-toinadi, such as Constipatidn. inward pile: •
fulness of bleed to the head. acidity of the stomach,
nausea, heartburn, disgust f r food, roil, (`SS or 0 eight in
the stomach. sour eructations. slrff.lng or fluttering et
the pit of the stomach. swimming et the head, hursie.l
and difficult breathing, fluttering at the heart. choking
or suffocating sssosatim s when in a lying posture. s in;
111,S of vision, dots or webs before the sight. liver
dull pain in the head, deficiency of perspiration. ) - vileva
ness of the shin and eyes, pain in 4he side. back. chest
Se.. sudden flushes of heats, burning in the lies:.
e student imaginings of evil, and treat depression of spit
its, ran be effectually mired by iloortasb's
ItUATED CflatMAN nirrE. prepared by lin. C. ft'
.I.tcssos, No. 121) Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their.power over the above diseases is not excelled, i•
equalled. by any other preparation in the United Staten
as the cures attest, in many eases after skilful phytf
clans had failed.
These bitters are worthy the attentbn of invalids.—
Povsessing great virtues. in the re,:tification of disease,
of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the nom'
searching powers lu weakness and affections of the d.
Festive organs, they are withal safe. certain and plea.
Read and be convinced. Testimony of, the bighesn
character; lion. Om S roes, Judge of the ristri
yeast in Perry rounty. Pa., Nor. IFth. 10,2, said:
•• Your `• flooflanils lierman Bitters . ' has hen in nee
in our place over a year past. and to the astonishment a;
many has pet+ rated motaterv. We may notice a few In
stances that have route ander our own Immediate nn.
ti every person htopred at the hote4
of \Vni. Lackey, one scar since predirted frma his sane.
dated vountenanco and debility. that he scull net I'lv
much longer. lie was Unable to attelot to his l ush,e,,,- •
and for the greater part of the time confined to his room
We recommended him to try the ilmmuut Ifitters; he die
rind to the surprise .;f all las friends he is no,w able I.
attend to his usual business and perform ma trnal hd
The case of Henry Asper, n stone mason. ahem no on
supposed would roar seem ee fr.•ui the debility of his sy
tem, hut was banked upon as fast approaching the gray.•
took eight or nine bottles of the Bitters during the Inv
winter, and this summer he has been (to the surprise on
all who knew his case) following his trade. The ease on
William Murphy is no less astonishing. lie too was as
far isulunssl an to induce the general belief that the grave
alone would be his only remedy.' Mr. Lackey ream,
mended him to try the ilootiand's (;erman Bitters'; h.
is DOW' appa n•n tly a-well man. and able to do a hard day'
work. We could mention many other rases of a shall..
. . • • • -
eh: wader. if It were necessary. I myself derived muel
benefit from their use. I have given considerable of ii
away, not f your benefit alone, hut. to relieve sufferint
humanity. and lot me assure yen I am pleased to see th,
happy 'result. To the afflicted we say, try them tatrit
and I will warrant relief."
!litters are worthy the attention of invalid,c
p ,ssessing great power in the restoration of a healthy.
action of the Ilrer and the lesser glands, giving.-tono
tho o ktomaelt and nervous system, and bringing the syi'•
tern generally to a high state of health.
For sale by S. W. Ilaverstiek and S. Elliott, Carlisle
Ira Any. Sleehanlesburg: .7. 11. llerron, Newville; b
ltie, Shipialisburg, anti by &ale: A' In inetikines every
females only. (see page 190) b.
ing of the highest importer' ,
to married people, r r those COI
templatiam marriage, By. W.M. Yormi, 'M. D.. llradast
of tho.truh ersitv of Pennsylvania, Member of the Re)
al collegrtor Surgeons, Loudon, and ilonorery Mends*
of the Philadelphin Medical society. The various fore
of Secret disensesQ Seminal Weakness. Diseases of 07
Prostrate Gland. Impotency. solitary habits of youth. at
faithfully described, and all the meeipts given In plat
language. The rhapiet aon self abuse and Synth..
Weakness Is worthy of particular attention, 1411 shell ,
I read by every one. Young men who litiV'e'been u.
fortunate In contracting disease, previous to plank ,
yourselves under the care of any doctor, no mutter wt.
his pretensions may be, get a copy of this truly valued ,
Sea Captains and persons going to pea NLould pessr ,
Dr. Yountes.Treatiee on Marriage, the Pocket -Earnlat
us, or Every ono Ills own'Phytileinn.'
my • Let no father lie ashamed to present n eepy of tl
Nscultipins to his child. It may-Save him f man ear'
rav Let no young man or weinim enter into the:.
erns obligations of married life without rending the port
et ."Eseoinplos. Let no one buffering from a !wet nit
(numb. pain in the side. restless nights. nervous foolin,•
and t h e whole nein of Ppm( ptic 111.11 W 1141144, 111'd 411V1
1114 by their physician. 1 e wiener Motnimt ‘i It bout ne
suiting the ,Feculnplus. Have the married or , tho.
about to be married any impediment. read this trul.
useful Book. ns It has teen ;the means of saving tbti
muds of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws
death. Upwards of a MILLION copies of this celebrate.
work line been sold in this country and Europe slime 1'
38. when the fret edition was Issued.
pay Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE rents
closed In a letter, will twelve ono copy of this hook b
until: or five ty pies will he sent for $l. Address 1 •
WILLI AM NOUNO No. 162 Spruce street, Philadelphi
Post T 13141.
Twenty years practice in the city of Philadelphia o
tninlv entitles 1)r. Voting to the confidonee of the :
liil‘l.nl"jitlongl77mutolinoalYof the dish:
i, s il,,iiil.fi;etin ie:tirls:at
.. . i.eoveeli 0 eel . ? IV, (S.
t.treet. 4'l 1 1.1 1111
1 , 44 V 11,1444141 144 411141 111`1,44 Hi Air ‘l4 •g, t:l' , 11,•
Sir. Youniz by letter. re ,- ; rent.
7 - `
1,2, , M. OR pz,
k ocToR Y OUR
rents. by means of the POCK •
..ESCULAPIUS. or Elert
ono HIS OWN PIITSICIAN
one hundred cograv hogs. show
lug Private Diseases end Med
finmatione of the tleoerativ.
System, in every S•hape
form: to which is. added
Treatise en the Diseases of )'
notice. intended for the use t.