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Water Labor on the Farm
Under the head of "A word to Farm
,rd," we find in the Tribune of the
!;ith nit., the follo4ing article, which
.xitains some good suggestions, and we
ranqeribe it entire
We are evidently on the verge of a .
'acrd winter for the poor. Food and fuel
tre dear, and likely to remain so, while
nost Railroads are either furnished or
-topped, and few public works will be
ia progress after January Ist. Foreign
'abries, wares and metals
. continue to
pour in upon us at the rate (for the
.whole country) of over three millions of
dollars worth per week, though it is
•nanifcst that our exports, except of spe
,!ie and promises, Can not nearly balance
that sum. It is hardly possible therefore,
that building should not fall off, and all
enterprises which depend on Bank fa
cilities or loans of any kind should not
he reduced to their lowest dimensions
brin , in, want and distress to the hearts
-of-too .manyuLthe laboring poor.
We appeal, therefore, to the farmers,-
as in the main the most thrifty and in
dependent class in the community, to
come to the rescue of the unfortunate.
Many farmers have secured good harvests;
nearly all have obtained or can realize
satisfactory prices. Unlike almost every
body else, a majority of farmers can show
a balance on the right side of the ledger
fo the net results of the doings of 185.1.
Very many will have from one hundred
to two or three thousand dollars surplus
over the year's outlay, to be carried to
the account of clear profit or realized
earn ngsthe year. •
We entreat these to consider whether
duty and interest do or de net _combine
to suggest the investment of this surplus
in substantial improvements, giving em- •
ployment-to labor. Many have old fences
that need renovating, (where they can
not be dispensed With ;) and have lands
that need thorough plowing and subsoil
ing ; and every farmer should do some
thing at draining. We know how gen
eral is the belief that none but lands
usually too wet need to be drained; and
that only lands that bear high prices
will justify the expence; but those are
both mistakes, as simple experience at
tests. There are two thousand acres of.
swampy, boggy lands in Winchester
comity alone that could be thoroughly
drained at a cost of less than $l.OO per
acre, and would be richly worth $2OO to
300 per acre, whereas they are not now
worth the taxes—not worth the 'cost of
fencing them. Almost every-farmer has
some such land, which 'now only yields
only frogs, bulrushes, alders, ague, mud
turtles and musketoes, but which proper
ly drained and cultivated, would yield
eighty bushels of Indian Corn, or some
three tons of hay per acre. how much
longer shall these; our richest and most
durable soils, be permitted to lie worse
than useless, when coralis worth a dollar
per bushel and labor is vainly seeking em
ployment and bread ?
But there is little land in the old States
worth ploWing which will not. pay for
draining and sub-soiling. Pry soils need
these meliorations quite as much as wet
and will richly reward theni. There is
no tolerably good hind in this State so
dry that it might not, by under-draining
and deep plowing, have been made to
stand the drouth of the past summer
with Tolling a single bkide of corn.
Proper draining moistens land when too
dry as much as it dries it when too wet.
These facts are well known to the decent.
ly instructed farmer, and we need not
dwell on them.
What we aspireto is not to tell the
farmers what to do, but to urge them to
do something. , lf each one who has the
means will resolve to keep one, two, • or
more laborers at work through the win
ter, he will be doing a truer charity than'
by supporting so many families in idle
ness by alms.giving. ' To find work for
the industrious, deserving poor, is to
save them not only from want but from
degradation; to preserve not only_ their
lives, but their self-respect and courage.
Let every farmer who can, therefore, re
solve to keep some laborers at work
through the winter, and not turn all
off when the harvest is gathered to
wear out the inclement season as they
There is no longer any lack of laborers
. .ishing to be employed. You can, fi n d
them in almost any township; or if 'not
there will henceforth be thousands of
men vainly seeking work in our City.
Any neighborhood -1% sending an agent
here nmy`hire ai many as may be wan
ted on 'reasonable terms forthwith.—
Fanners ! give the poor a chance .this
Hints for the Farmer
Sink If rash.—Arrange so 'that all the
water from the sink and wash room may
be conveyed twthe compost heap; also
the urine made on the premises, and the
rich liquid from the privy. From twenty
to twenty-five loads of excellent manure
may be made in this way annually.
Bedding Horses.—=-See that your horses
are _supplied with
. clean, fresh bedding
cv - erymight. After labinqng hard, all day,
on the road, or in the field, this will be
extreinely grateful to his weary linrJrs
'Give him a hard floor to stand on.
&Ind your Stors.—Let fresh clean sand
be sprinkled every day over the floors of
tie-ups. This will keep the animals clean
and prevent their being attacked by ver
min. Every niorning, remove - all excre
ment to the manure shed, •and throw
over it a few handfulls of gypsum or pul
%vow'. fin. Huys.—Provido a trough
or other suitable receptacle, fill it with
charcoal, and place it in your hog pen.
Few articles that can be administered to
swine, will prove more beneficial' than
.Gilt for Ilorseg.—Deposit a lump of
rick salt in your horse's manger and alio*
him to have free access to it.
fwrr Posts.—('l i ar your fence posts
to a coal before setting, and set them top .
lows You will find these to be excellent
preventions against rot. Posts, thus
treated, will last. much longer than if set
in the ordinary way.
Gates are far more economical in the
long run, than bars. At every entrance
set a good stone post firmly in the soil
and append thither a light but strong gate
and hang it. It should also be protected
from the weather by a coat of paint.
PROFITABLE PARMINO.—John W.
Boyd, Esq. has thirty acres of corn ad
joining this place, which is pronounced'
by competent judges to be the best field
of porn in the county. The product of
three acres was measured last we and
made-little over two hundred and twenty
five bushels, or about seventy.five bush,
els.per acre. This at $1 per_ bushel=
the ruling price for corn in this market
—makes quite a paying business. Upon
the same three acres were 'produced 140
pounds of brom-brushc - worth $8.75, and
13 bushels of seed therefrom, worth $5,
also, 8 bushels of turnips, sold for Si
per bushel. Add-,-to these the value of
the fodder taken from the corn, 120 shooks
at 15 cts the Trice for which it was sold
,and We have a total of $294.75 as the
product of the three acres; or $88.25 per
acre. The corn was planted three feet
each way, three stalks. to the hill, and
the turnips were sown in the corn at the
last plowing. This land was purchased
by Mr. Boyd five years. ago, at $55 per
acre, and has borne ,seven crops of corn
in as many years. But for the extreme
drought, the yield this year, ..aS last,
would he the larger; but prices, would
not have been so high.—Hverstoten
Ch r 0 nick
PALL PLOW INO .-A writer in the
Country Gentleman, is much. in favor of
fall plowing. In such dry seasons as
we have had for two years past, his crops
endure - the drought much better—the
corn leaves rolled ten days sooner on
spring-plowed than,on fall-plowed land.
The sod rots earlier, and give's the crop
a vigorous start, and this enables him
to keep the weeds in subjection. Last
year he had -a field of corn,. eight acres;
a little more than half was plowed in the
fall, the rest in the ipring. When har
vested, the fall-plowed ground yielded
nearly one-third more than the other,
a great deal heavier growth of stalks and
longer ears. We are greatly in favor of
the practice when done as, and in the
time it should bee
FowLs.—Only turkeys and
geese should be bled to death—the flesh
of the chicken becomes dry and insipid
from loss of blood The best plan, says
the u lhy Chronicle,' is to take a'blunt
stick, such as a child's bat or a boys. wood
en sword and strike the bird a shall blow
on the back of the neck, about the third
joitit from.the head; death folloWs in a
Tim NARCOTICS AND POISON W.FI
DULOE " CheMeBtry of Common
Life," which is now going through the
press, states that tohaco is producod to
to the extent of 4,480,000,000' pound . s
annually, and is used by eight hundred
millions of men : opium, amoug 400,000,
000 of men ; Indian hemp', annnig,
(to b'tel-nut, (or •Pinang,) a-
mong. 100,000,000 men; cocoa among
10,000,000 of men. Little is known in
Europe of the use of hemp as a narcotic ;
yet in the East it is as familiar to the
voluptuary as the opium and tobaco of
other regions. The value of these ar
ticles is fixed at £60,500,000 annually.
I—r- "Professional (Cutts
N. GREEN, A ttoniey.at law, has
/ 1 1. settled in Mechanicsburg. for the practlecof his
proli.ssbm. All kinds of Lewd NVilling, Collections,
Court business, &C.. promptly attended to. (WIN" tlllo
- Dr. Longs residence. SURVEY] NU In all its diffe
rent branches promptly attended to.
1.3. COLE Attotney at Law, will at
j• tend promptly to all businessentrusted to him.—
Mice In the room formerly (a:guided by Mllliam Irvine,
Esq., North Hanover street, Carlisle.
April 211, 1552.
DR'. C. E. BLUMENTHAL, HO
MMOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN. Office anti residence
on - houther 'street, one door east of the Herman Ite•
formed Church. Br. Blumenthal respectfully offers his
professional services to the citizens of Carlisle and vi
trip-Persons from a distance laboring under chronic,
diseases may consult by letter. Office hours, from 7 to
9 A. M., and 2 to 4 I'. M. septlys4t3
I[AR. C. S. BAKER respeetffilly offers
prof, fisional service'S to the' eltiz Oil /4 of Carlisle
and surrounding country.
Offlee and residence in South Itanover street, directly
opposite to the •• Volunteer °ince."
Carlisle, April 20, 1t043.
FIR. S. B. KIEFFER Office in North
yilitnover street OA o dc,ors from Weise k Campbell's
store. Moe hours, more particularly from 7 to 9 o'clock.
A. M., and from b to 7 o'clock, P. M.
111. (4 K0r."117 NE1)ICII
I_, DENTIST carefully attends to all
se ( T er:atom: upon the tooth and adjaceut
parts that disease or irregularity may require. Bo w ill
also insert Artificial Teeth of el ery description, such as
Pivot. Single and Mock teeth, and teeth with "Colitiu-'
onus Owns," and will construct Artificial Palates,
turn tors, liegulating Pieces. and every appliance used in
the Dental Art. —Operating room nt the residence of
Dr. Samuel Elliott, East DIA street, Carlisle.
, - --elrei rr : k „s , 1 ) 7.. Bit ET% nil pT
fiirin any operations upon
the teeth that may be roluired for their preservation.—
Artificial teeth inserted. from a single tooth to an entire
set. on the most scientific principles. Diseases or the
in nth and irregularities carefully treated. Diliee at the
resiiitince or his brother, on North Pitt street. Carlisle.
nil IS will perform
oper M IS
Teeth thnt are required for their preservation, such ns
Scaling, Filing, Plugging, Ae., or will restore the loss of
them by inserting 'Artificial Teeth. from :t single tooth
L. a full sett. nil- (Mice on Pitt street.. a few &Of,:
south of the Railroad Mtn!. hr. L. is nLstatt from Ow
lish, the last ten days of every mouth.
" 1 ROSENSTEEL, house, Sign,
Fancy and Ornamental Painter, Irvin's (formerly
limp er's) Row, near Intoner's Dry floods Store. Ile will
attend promptly to all the nlx)ve descriptions of paint
ing, at rea.nnable prices. The various kinds of graining
attended to, such as mahogany, oak, walnut, S:c., In the
1 4 1 IRB INSURANCE. - THE ALLEN
AND EAST PENNSHOItO MUTUAL FIDE
aIJRANCE COMPANY of Cumberland ...entity. ineorpo
rated by an art of AFsembly, Is now fully orminized, and
in operation under the management of the fkillowing
Daniel Bailey, William It. Clorgas, Michael Corklln,
Melamb. Brenneman, Christian Stayman, John C. Dun
lap, Jacob 11. Coover, Lewis Ilyer, Henry I,earan. Benja
min "11. Musser, Jacob .lltunma, Joseph Wici:ersham,
The rates of insurance are as tow and favorable as any
Company of the kind' In the state. Persons wishing to
beeomo members are Invited to make appllratlon to the
agents of the company, who aro willing to watt upon
them at any time.
BEN.!. H. MOSSER, President.
HENRY LOGAN, nee President.
LEWIS lITEIt, Fecretnry
MICHAEL COCKLIN, Tren.surer.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY.—Rudolph Martin, N. Olin
herland; C. IL, IferMan,. Kingstown; Henry Zearing,
Shiremanstown ' • Charles Bell, Carlisle ; Dr. J. All,
Churehtown ; Samuel Graham, West Pennshorough ;
James Me Dowel, Frankford; Mode Griffith, South Mid
dleton; Samuel Coover.lienintnin Haverstick, Mechan
icsburg ; John Sherrick,o Lisburn; Daxid Cotner, Sher
YORK CODNTr.--john Bowman, Dill.burg; Peter
Woillird. Franklin; John Smith. Esq.. Washington; W.
S. Picking. Dover; .1. W. Craft. Paradise.
HARRISBUIBL—Homier & Lueliman.
Members of the company having policies about to es
pial:can have them renewed by making application to
any of the agents.
MAP OF CUMBERLAND COUN
TY.—From ontireli original Surveys,"bv artual
inaasurement throughout the „NIIHAU county, )/3'll. F.
The subscriber is now engaged hi' snaking Surveys
preparatory to publishing a new .and complete Map of
Cumberland C ty, upon a large scale. Every Public
Road and Stream, with the Itvations of all Mills. Stores,
Dwellings, and Public Buildings, will be accurately laid
down. All the Public Buildings in the County will be
distinctly indicated, and the names of owners of proper
ty generally, will he inserted In their proper positions ou•
A Table of distances, Statistics of the County, en
large(' plans of the principal Villages, and a Mw of,the
most attractive views in the County, will be inserted In
the margin ; thus giving every-satisfaction, mad render
ing the Map most valuable to the Owners of Property,
Merchants. Tfavelers, Conveyancers, and the inhabitants
generally, of the region delineated
In as lunch as this work is to be mode up of actual
surveys made upon the ground, it will require time to
accomplish it: it is not expected, theretbre, that It will
be ready for publication much under the purled of Two'
Wars. The slim of the Map will lie about five feet by
four, and will cost five d o llars.
11. F. Mill/URNS, Publisher.
N. E- corner of Marshall and Wood St. Philadelphia.'
. 1- of you who have been afflicted for years with this
lot wrsnmo disease, nod who have been using almost
every Nostrum befbre the public without relief, we say
to you try "Doodlers Antidyspeptio" and you will soon
be convinced of its great superiority over every other
preparatbm. We could give you many certificates corob
orating our assertions, but a single trial Is worth TA - 4e
thalt all. This remedy is prepares! Mul sold at the Drug
Stone. f 11...lpliIFFER. South Ilanover street, a few
d.wrs south or I'M. Court lionse.,Carlisle.
ANO FOIL SALE.--A SEVEN
ItoSEWOOD 1.11 NO. IlnishiaLin tint
latest and best' exreltent quality
tono, and o% ory way it &Oral& instru
wont, will bo sold a bargain If applied
V ' for ininnallatoly.
JOHN H. STAYMAN.
BROCHE SUAWLS. — A lot of ,uong
and Sq Ilan) Brathe Shawls. Also, Blanket Shawls
just reed ved from New York Sind selling very 10% nt the
.cheap store of
. my/I nomnr.
'WrOOLLF, lot, of very .
superior oenvy ,nt veil women yarn inht
reeeivea, much better than tbo elty yarn. all velour,,.
• 871 - BV — MILL, near
.1 0 1 . Paportowh, Cumberland- county.—
SEYMOUR eontlitue to s
r dart. - ply Lumber of all iambi, at the slit est
Lnotiee. and 00 terms lower qui- can be
had elaewhero. All orders directed to E. 11.(sumt., Pa
porton. 0, or Wtt. D. SEYMOUR, 3 r.;Carllnle„ will be prompt
ly attended to.
('1 FITTING AND PLUMB
undersb,med would Inform the
mass-. citizens of Carlisle that he has made arrange
moots to doll AS FITTI NG and PLUMBING at short no
tice. and on reasonable terms. Ile has engaged the ser
vices of a first rate band front Philadelphia, anti line Slip.
piled liimoelf with an extensile assortment of FIXT
URES, Mbich will enable hint to fill all orders promptly.
All wet•k will le warranted. Ills stock of tins Fixtures
will be fi mud in the room exactly opposite his Tinning
establishment on North Hanover street, where ho invites
TINNING, SPOUTING, ke.—He is also prepared to
furnish, or make to order. every article of TIN I% ARE
used by housekeepers and others. Ile will also attend
to SPOUTING, HOUSE-ROOFING, BELL HANGING,
Thankful for the patronage with which he hasalready
Loon favored, ho respectfully solfritS a moth:name of
Carlisle, Juno 14. '54.
I; , It 0 M CALIFORNIA.-C. VON
11 El LEN respectfully informs the citizens of Cdr
. lisle and vicinity. that he has just return
ed from CaMinnie, and is preparedtotixe
cute all kinds of work connected with his
line of limitless. Ile has always on hand
.••• a largo assortment of ready-made Hines,
(hum, Pistols, hocks, Keys, (lun Trimmings, Ac., all of
which he trill sell wholesale or retail. Ile also attends
to repairing (inns, clocks. locks, A c:engraves on brass.
copper and Iron. Ile hopes that by strict attention to
business. rind mu desire to !dense. he will Merit and receive
/hi - All kinds of Fire Arms made to order.
Carlisle, April 26,
‘2 - P
LE N 1)11) J ENV
1,-, ELIIY I lioliday Pres-
Vr . ,, -
14 I - :::-.4,...„ elite, kc.—.T II 0M A S CON
' 1 is 2 .,. LYN. West 'lig!' street., a few
9 .>.5,:... diu , r9 WeFt, Or-Oil
- • ~9 4 .t,. :4ZY:
.", ~...-• lintel. Carlisle, Bllrkh
has jllfit ielq rt.
.... .. 7 5 . ...,,. .., / 3 ceived the largest and most
'.,.;, '''' ' - - G
-••••••-'- 4 -' — ,,,
'' elegant assortment Of supe
rior Jewelry cc et- offend in Carlisle.. consisting In part
of Gold and Silver Watches of every variety, and at all
prices. eight-day CLOCKS, Silver table and tea spoons:
fairer table forks and - blitter - krilves. - gold - rrad - FUTer
spectacles, ladies' and gentlemens' gold pen and pencil,
gold chains of evrarybtlescliption, ear and linger rings.
breast pins. ,Sc., at all prices. Also Accordeens and Mu
steal Boxes, with a great variety of Fancy Articles, se
lected expressly fid• the Holidayil. Persons desiring to
',umbrae are invited to call and examine the assortment.
We are prepared to sell at very„reasonable mires. Qual
ity of goods warranted to lie ns line as sold ti r.
THOMAS CON LYN.
, West High st.
iiN' ‘l()Nl ! AII I‘"e
l 11E ANI
man rooms In Marion Hall. known as A. I). Tubb's Cal
lery. desires to Inti.rm the Indies and llentitrawn of Car
lisle that he Is prepared to take Likenesses iii• the most
superb r style of the art, such as ‘1 111 fully sustain the
reputation of this popular establishment.: Ills roorifil
are large, pleasantly situated and comfortably furnish
oil. Ile Is pros MIMI p ith the most powerTuPand perfect
instrument for taking pictures and warrants satisfac
tion in all cases. A full supply of eases of every variety
of style and size, plain and ornamental, kept constantly
on hand. Engravings, Paintings, he., accurately rolled
and duplicates taken of original likeneses.. LikeneFes
taken of sick or deceased persons. Prices moderate anti
satistitetion given in all cal:.:es. The I,WanTliTiVited to
call at the Marlon Hall Dagiierrean Rooms and examine
tam numerous specimens.
£f, • Daguerreotypes Itsertral in Lockets, Breast fine,
Finger hinge, Pencil Heads, Ac.
Carlisle, Juno 1-t,''s4.
ANTCII ' S New Clothing Establish
' mENT—The undersigned respectfully announces
to ids old friends and the public generally that , he has
re-commenced t h e wernimi uusiNEss in no its la
rb.us branches, and has just opened, fresh fr,m
Lemmas ,rner," North Hanover street. a w cli se
lected assortniont of II EARY MAPE Cl.lfl 111110, em
bracing every variety, style and finish, and at prices cur
respending to the times and quality.
Ile has also on hand a superior stock of Cloths. Cassb
Vestings, 411:., of, every style sullallkforFpriug
and Summer wear, and which he will make to order on
terms whirls cannot fail to please.
ins stock also embraces a line lot of Men's Shirts,Col
!ars, Cravats, MoveS and Hosiery ; in short ON cry article
1,•l - tattling to.outleumn'b wear. Ile respectfully insides
the public to call and examine his goods.
April 26, 1554. N. lIANTCII.
QADDLE .AND HARNESS MAK
ING, The subscriber continues to carry on the
above business, in all its various Lranchfts, in North Han
over street, Carlisle. two doors North of Leonard's corner
where lie intends keeping on band a general assortment
lu his line, consisting of all kinds of fashionable SAL/-
DI/BS, Bridles, Martingales, Girths,
Circingles and Ilalt ers, also TRUNKS,
traveling and saddle
bags. Ile also man- —3l)
ufactureS - the mnst - • t
S P n I !I a SADDLEA ever used in this
country. and those wishing n hand
some, durable. and pleasant saddle
will du well to call and see them. Ile
also man ufacitwes Harness, Bridles,
Collars and N% hips in all their vatic
ties, and confidently believes from the general approba
tion of his customers, that he makes the neatest and
beet gears, in all their variety of bredth, that Is made in
the country. Ile also makes nil kinds of Mfttrasses to
order, vit: straw, husk, Curled Hair and Spring Mat
lasses. All the above urthdre whir be made of the hest
material and workmanship, and with the. utmost des•
patch. \C M. OSBORN.
(MA/THING AT COST—The subserib
er has an as.wortment of faShionable and.well made
CLOTIIING, which will be sold off at cost fi r cash.
The stock consists of Cloth and Cashmarett Coats,Lin
en and (lingitin Coats, Tweed and .Jean Coats; Marsellls
Silk mad Satin Vesting; Cassimers,acques and Cord pan
taloons. Linen and Cottonade pantairons, with all kinds
of Clothing usually found in a clothing store.
Intending to relinquish this branch of my business,
great bargains can be had by calling soon at the cheap
store of CHARLES ()UMW.
CA R NO.—A ruw piecem just received from auction
and selling very low
June :21, '5l
Q A FE—SPEEDYSIJIIE !—S o
THING FOR YOUR OWN AFINEFITNI A Mcdi
vine adapted to general use, great* superior to (Ahern
and within the means of every individual.
100 PILLS for twenty-five (elate! No extortion in
prtee—no Calomel—no mineral poitatn whatever. '
lot. TOWNSEND'S HEALTH . PILLS fully merit thegreat
reputation they have acquired. They are called for front
all parts of the land ; because TII! AIZE ALL THAT THEM
CIAIM TO TIE.
WHAT THEY WILL Da—They purify the blood, they
(dense the System of humors, they cure Dyspepsia and
Indigestion, they create an Appetite, they cure Sick
Headarhe,Diztiness and. Low Spirits, they arrest Fevers.
they promote a healthy action of the Liver. they are a
sure cure ter COStil VIWSH and Habittllll 6 , 115 t iPatioll,
they are highly, etheacidlis in Female Complints, they
strenet hen and give tone to the System. They ore Vie
best Family Medleine known.
It Is an obvious inquiry, how one medicine can curer°
many (iillereut complaints. These Pills, however. most',
compounded of 1 - nratire materials that persons have on
ly to TRY THEM and the an,"siver will be foundln n re
stored body and an Invigorated constitution.
Each Ilex Foritains 100 Pills, at the astonishingly low
price of 25'eents. Ev'ery Individual should have them-
For sale by the Druggists and Storekeepers generally•
Y. A. Nunn, general Agent, Stonington. Ct.
ii --)RUC STORE FOR SALE.—The
subscriber °from at private MOO thl , Stwk nnd flx
t mos of a Drug Elton, late tho• property of Mlrhael Ms
sol, de'd, In Churchtosrn, Cumberland county. There
is nn 4 d hol' Drag Store in Iho place.'and a fi ne t.i.pni tn.
nity I. notr'proo..ohl In Ittly p.ltng mot' 10,16,, g t„
t . ,ti11,111 , 10, ehl'i l'lt`tili':.i. I'6l' 1,11,,, .•„, t „;t.,. a
116 . PIIP""VS Mt/III:F.11. .ililkl•t.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER
WARE and FANCY 600118.—A tine Assort
ment of the finest quality, fur Fahe nt the lowest cash
prices, at Win. C. Liao:\ HEAD'S, No. 184 South Second
Street. bete. eon Pine and Union. west side, Philadelphia.
The assortment end races a large and select sleek of
Fine Watches. Jewelry, Silver Ware, Alhata Ware. plated
with fine silver, in Stavin 5, Forks. Ladles. ice.—.l el. guide,
Funs and fancy articles of a superior quality. deseri ing
the exateltation of those who desire to procure the beet
vq.410./p goods at the lowest cash prices.
Ealing a practical knOwledge of
4-Ite.ro.: . the business,and all available liwfll
ties for importing and Man u fact ur
ing, the subscriber confidently invites -mrelassers, , to
lies ing that he can stlpply them on terms as fns mutat
as any other establishment in either of the Atlantic
All kinds of Diamonds and Pearl Jewelry and Silver
Ware manufactured to order, within a rem omit le time.
.Watches, jewelry. and silver ware faithfully re
paired. WM. F. Eli ON ILIKAD,
No. 184 South 2d St. a few doors al,o‘ e the 2.1 St. Mar
ket, West Side.
A,ln the s . uth window of the Store, may Ihe seen
the 'famous Bird ('lock, which et =minds the admiration
of the scientific and curious. (Sept. 28, 'l4-Iyr.
1 MPROVEI) SUPER PHOSPHAT
OF LIME—From City Chemi, al & Union Works,
made after the most Improved al thiesand verpsuperier:
Prepared Anhychite 3lanure. made after the English at ,
tide. and most superior, being much lower than lluttnn,
and fully Nord. The attention of .1h alms and Farmers
Is particularly called here Mr trial. Also, Permian Gu
ano, in large or small quantities, for sale by
JOHN L. I'6IIEIIOY,
22 South 'Wharves, L'd door !auto Chestnut t. Phila.
Sept. 27, 1854.
TINU FUItNACE.—The subseriter would tull the
attention of all plaic; requiring a clerital , le iuruato
to (AMNON'S CELIAIRATED WAIMINU AND VENTILATING Ay-
The reputation of this furnace PI now known, having
teen introduced during thii.past five years into about
Ir,oo public buildings and moruthan bhtJO private.duell
ings; this together with 'the immense increase of rules
every year is the best evideneeAhat can be adduced of
its superiority over all othe2Mrnaces. By the use of
Chilson's Furnace, you seour the following advantages:
PORE (Ain—The'lieliting surfaces being at a teuTerp
ture that'. ill w t &sweat(' the air.
.EcommicAt Usi: OF Fun..
GREAT PliuMni"--Iteing made entirely of Cast Iron,
ut Mil.le to rust, will require no repairs during a lire
hue—it is easily numaged,and w ill not expi se the I WlC
nit: in will it Is plated to danger fn in fire, like the
, ther furnaces.
We haNe the,..testiumoiala of hundred., of the most
velentilic lllen to attest to the truth of the nhove at de
inept. all of whom pronounce it to I e decidedly the 1 t ft
furnace yet invented for producing a pure and he althy
atm. sphere. Ne herewith annex the ',nines of a few
well known and eminent prf fessorn, who have UFIli then]
and kindly furnifhed us their name. and refereni •
PrOL Olin S. Bart, Prof. Parker. riot'. Nolte n Pier.
Nt in. 11. Allen, Pinson C. Prof. Lannlda,
Ihnan, Prof. Ripley.
We have Intriauctd this season fire new sizes. a•thnt
all parties may ascii thetaselt erl of this great lui.t nice.
went at a \try wedvrate en at. We are tiow prep:llrd to
urn ish an apparatus to war on a single roc w, or the larg
erit building in the Ternary.
No. 1 Portable. (2( wplett•c
5 4 do
3 Extra liadiutt.r, (with Bare and Fret( la
Plates,) - '
• 3 do do do
5 do do
0 do do do
This No. U is the largest and meet powerful Em1:111A1
rondo in this country, and is adruhally adapted fir
Churches and other tarpe class I nildings.
Wo con Ii ue to still the a} paratus at the sonic loite
as when first introduced. five years ego. Although the
present high price or iron ban increased the it et et 2L per
cont. owing to their greet weight, still:We ore enabled ly
the great increase of sales to furnish the article at the
lowest pc made price. One ft undry alone, Messrs. II ar.
nick A. Lelbrandt.have et ntracted to furnish us with Ged
tone of Furnaces this season, to that a etow epar
ed to furnish them a holesale retail. We superintend
the erection of all - Furnaces, When rennired,-and war
rant them fu all Cases. ..!
31ETROPoLITAN COOKING (RANGE—We have also
-the most complete Cooking Range that has yet 1 eon
trt , duced. to which we call the attention of all who may
wish to secure the most pet t and desirable ctt king np•
paint us ever inserted.
PAI ENT V ENTILATOE.—We arc the
only Agents in Penl,3 Is tein for the manufacture nod
sale of this Ventilator, tt Mat Is acknowledged Cole the
only perfeet VelAilytor ever mode for correcting the
draught in smoky chnunics. and for teotilating
logs of all kinds. As there are a gloat ninny
of this ealunble article now offcA,d for sale, I tulles will
he careful to examine that it has the Emerson tadgeat
PATENT REGISTERS AND VENTILATOLF.—Gr%
have the largest imp most ecialilr:to assortment of lint
Ai: Registers and Ventilators too found in the United
States. Parties Who wish to purchase either r privet°
use or wholearde, will end it greatly to their tdt antape
to examine their stork.
SLATE AM) IRON MANTLES.—We bare always on
hand an extensive assortment of these 1 eautiful n:an
ties, in exact imitatitn of Egyptian, Spanish, Galway and
other rare marbles.
OPEN GRATES..—For Anthracite and iltundrous
Coal. AiFO, an entire new pattern of the low down
,from the English Patterns, irad entirely
now hi this Country.
SGI.E AGENTS fur the English Encaustic Mooring
Ti!er, tiarnlark Chimney Tcps and Terra Cotta Ornaments,
such as Garden Vases, &c.
Persons abcut building would do well to examine cur
stock before purchasing elsewhere. 'Visitors, Whether
purchasing or not, are cordially weir( rued to our exten
sive Wareroems, and where we shonld l happy to fur
nish any information respeetir g any f our go( ds that
may be desired. A book on Warming andAentilating
can ho had gratuitously at our store, either pet stnally
or by letter. S. A. IiAIIIIISON,
Warming and Ventilating Warehouse,
146 Walnut st., below Sixth,
I'n ItA eat rig A.
May 31-7 ml
AOLLARD, Premium Artiste in hair
if Inventor of theeelebrOod GoFenmer Vrttllatlng
ig and Elnstle Band Toupeca. Instrnalunt , to enal le
Ladles and Gentlemen to 'censure their hinds Ultli ac
Fon Wios, inches.—No. I. The round of the head; NO..
2. From forehead over the head to the neck; No. 3.
From enr to ear over the top; No. 4. Foceni enr to ear
round the forehead.
Toupees mad scalps, inehes.—No. 'From iill.llCad
I ad; as thr as laid; :Co. 2. Over ferehead as fiu• as - requir•
d ; Na. 8. over the crown of the head.
It. DOLLARD has always ready for sale a splendid
~tack of Gents' Wigs, Toupees, Indies' Wigs. hull Wigs,
Frizots. Braids, Curls, dr., leautifully nitmufatturedattl
as cheap us any establishment in the Unit n.
Dollar& Ilerbanium Extractor lustrous Il& Toile,
prepared fri in St uth American Merl s nod Roots, the
most successful article ever pn (lured ft r plesening the
hair from falling cut or changing colt r, restoring and
preserving It in a healthy and luxuriant state. Awing
other reasons why Dullard's hair cutting saloon mai n .
talus its Immense popularity is the fact that his Toniele
applletUto every head of hair cut: at his establishment,
consequently it is kept in better preservation than on.
der any known application. It being thus practically
tented by thousands, offers the greatest guarantor of Ha
S , hi wholesale and retail nt bk Old Et•tahlitlinient 177
- (hunt nut idreet opposite the Flute Ilt UFO, rbiladelphitt.
It. Dollard has at least discovered the to pits ultra of
BAIR limn tgices it t -r 2.81 e with perfect, con
fidence in Its surpassing every thing of the kind n, I\ in
use. It colors the hair either Mack or Irtu n, (as tray
desire CI. and is used without injury to the hair (Cr
skin either by stain or ot kern he, can I n tct,sha d i-fr iii
ten fidnutes after application. with) alt (Ideal tint; fit
its efficacy. Perseus visiting the city are itivitiA to give
hint n call.
•Letters oddrogetql to R. DOLLARD, 177 ClwAnut Pj.,
Philadelphia, will receive attention. Jan. 27)-ly
T EATHEIL—Fritz & Hendry, stor l .,
j 29 North 3d A. Pldladolptda, NloraLen3tlin ufra tun ,
ennivra, linparterF,CominiFsion and amend Leath
W 110 LESA LE AND EMI —Miva 11! etory 15 Mn,
garetta vtreet. SIT. 7-1 v
ASO.'S 2 and 3 )1...1.(`JC.E1i EL, of Ow
I " 1 4 1 ,,,, .....1 , in ,t iv s•irta :itui fm , , ale nt tlll. Foul i.y
411...ft , k y of J. (a. WII 1.1AN1: 4 .
Jolv 2 , 1, ':‘l. I'Ve,t illititi ul ,lc
for brick acrk