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Willie was sitting on the floor with a
great newspapr spread before him. He
was whittling some pine sticks. First
made one long and round. This he said
was for a ramrod for a little spring gun.,
Then he made some
~wooden balls to be
used as bullet. He was busy for some
time making them. When they were
done he carried them to his mother, and
said, am going to give these to Her
bert.' his mother smiled, and said she
thought they would make his brother
Willie found Herbert's gun, and taking
that and the ramrod and bullets, went
dowry to the-dining room where he was
playing with Bruno. Pretty soon their
mother heard a loud, merry laugh, and
she knew that was a part of Herbert's
heartfelt 'thank you' for the,present Wil
lie had brought brim. Herbert charged
his little gun, and fired away time after
time, as_happy. as he could _ be r and his
laugh rang merrily through the house,
as the bullets went pat against the door.
It was t. very small gift that Willie had
given him, but it had procured much
After a time, Willie came up stairs,
and began again fo whittle. 'Now lam
going to make some for myself,' he said.
He did not seem inclined, to talk, but
was very evidently thinking. At length
ho broke the silence by saying, feel
more than paid for what I did for Her
bert.' I dont doubt it answered his
mother. 'lt always makes us -happy to
do something to make others happy.'-
- Willie continued whittling for a time.—
Then he sat a few moments, his eyes fix
ed on the stove, and his hand holding
the knife still on the stick. His mother
knew he was absorbed in thought. Pret
ty soon he said to her, 'Mother; I feel
~She smiled upon him ap
provingly. 'lt cost you but little effort,
she said to make the ramrod and bullets,
but that little effort, has/made you and
Herbert very happy, and your happiness
has added to my happiness. It is these
little deeds of love that makes us all hap
py. They do not cost us much, but they
are valuable to, others. We always en
joy these little attractions ourselves, and
like to be with those who bestow them
Domestic happiness depends on little
words and acts of kindness, far more
than most people are . aware. One word
of harshness, may inflict a wound on
'he sensitive spirit, which though time
may heal, it can never efface the scar.
If Willie lives to be a man, I should
not be at all surprised ,if he should re
member about the ramrod and bullets,
for he evidently reflects ranch upon the
happiness which he and Herbert derived
from them, and I think he will never for
get the lesson he learned of the impor
tance of little things. It will always bo
a pleasant memory to him, and he will ,
be more than 'doubly paid, over and' OVer
tvain, for that simple act of brotherly
TIIE UNFINISHED/LETTEIL-A lady,
being absent on a visit to some friends,
wrote a letter home. describing how she
had enjoyed. herself, and saying how
much happier site doubtless would have
been had her husband and children been
with her. The letter was poste ld , receiv
ed' by her husband, and read by him to
the children, who were all delighted with
the good news and kind wishes contained.
A little bright-eyed, prosy checked boy,
in particular, was almost frantic with
joy. But when he came to that part of
the letter where it spoke about "remain
ing.,yours," &c., the child's countenance
changed, the sweet smile of pleasure pas
sed away, the bright eye bent downward,
and disapointmont took possession of his
features. At length he looked up sor
rowfully in his father's face, and said,
"Father it isn't half a letter; and if
were youi I would send i back again,
and tell dear mother to finish it," "Whyr
asked the father. "Because," little fel
low, "moth 3r does not say when she is
coming home again."
,torcs nub sl)opti.
FOR THE HOLIDAY'S
FANCY. GOODS, GIFT BOOKS, ke. kc.
S. W. HAVERSTICK has jutt received from tit' city
and 18 now opening a splendid display of FANCY 11001/5,
suitable for the approaching floliday Season, to which
Ito desires to call the attention of his friends and the
public. ills assortment in this lino cannot be surpassed
in novelty and elegance, and bath in quality and price
of the articles,
cannot fail to plea.se purchasers. It would
bo impossible to enumerate his
HOLIDAY 'FANCY GOODS,
which comprise every ‘arietyuf fancy article of the most
exquisite shape sudi'as
Paiper Macho Goods,
Elegant alabaster and porcelain 1711.8tands and trays,
, Fancy Ivory, pearl and shell card rases,
Ladies' Fancy Baskets,
Fancy Work Boxes, with sewing Ins rUments,
Mummies, of every variety,
Gold pens and pounds, fancy paper weights, -f-C
Papetories, and al argo variety of ladles' Fancy station
.Motto seals and wafers, Silk and bead . pursek,
Ladies' riding whips, elegantly finished, Ladles' fine
Perfume baskets and bags,
Brushes of every kind for tho toilet,
Roussel's Perfumes of the various kinds,
Musical initruments, of all kinds and at all prlecs,
together with an innumerable variety pt articles eleirant
ly finish.' and suitable for holliday presents, to which
he invites special attention.
Also, an extensive and elegant collection of
1101,IDAY GIFT BOOKS, -
comprising the various English and American ANNUALS
for 1855, richly embelished and ilustrated POETICAL
WORKS, with CHILDREN'S PICTORIAL BOOKS, for
children of all ages, than which nothing can be more
appropriate or pleasing es holiday gifts. His assortment
of School Books anLLSchoul Stationryis_also complete,•
atd comprises every thing used in College and the
Schools. He also desires to roll the particular attention
of Families to his elegant c•
L %MTS. 01RAN0OLF.S,
from the extensive Lxstabllshments of Cornelius, Archer
and others of Philadelphia, e enprising ex cry sty Iv of
Parlor, Chamber and Study humps, for burning either
lard sperm or ethereal oil, together with Flower Vases,
Fancy Screens. ke. His ass..rtment inn this line is un
equaled in the borough. Also,
FRUITS, FANCY CON FEt"I'IONARY—N UTS--PEE
SERV ED FRITES,
in every variety and at all priees, all of which are pure
mid fresh. such as ran be confidently recommended to
his friends and the little folks. Ilk stork ,mtbiases
every thing in tinn ran,• with many other
articles useful to housekeepers which the public me
especially invited to cull and see during the holidays.—
Rememher the old Stand, nearly opp..site the Bank on
North linnov.o - strew,.
der 13 1854 S. IV. II AVERSTICK.
Clit EAT AyritAcc o N? 110 FUR
k_A THE iii.a.w.trs.—Etass Kr,GLE's ((Li) HALL
is now and will edntlnne to le supplied with LIIe great
est novelties up to the else of the sea.sotioximprising In
part CilN FECTION A RI ES of the On Icest varieties, such
as Fine Candy Toys, Jolly Cakes, th.n Dons, (Rini t'ordia 1,
Lemon, Chocolate and Vruit. Drops. Rose, Vanilla, and
Burnt Almonds, French and exploding Secrets. Also
all the common varieties, all of which will be sold whole.
sale :Led retail at low rates. We'rlfave just reesived
“UPS AND NUTS. of tho lntt‘st impurﬁnlions suvh us
Oranges. Lemons, Raisins, Figs, Prunus, CI Grua, Currants,
soft ii.nd paper shelled Almonds. Filborts, (eon, Crean(
and U round N uts. 1 u ronnertlon w ith the above the
largest assortment of Tul'S AND FA NCY OODS of el ery
kind from all parts of Europe, inanuftetured of wood,
glass. china, papier niacin', tin and India ruhinir,
such as Fine Wax. kid and jointed Dolls, sewing
and Card Baskets. Work and Fit n. , 3 it' ixes s Flower Fares,
Motto Cu, Tin Setts, M usie Boxes. fort Monales. Bat tie
Doccrs, dir tee Hoops, Masks. Drains. (inns Trumpets,
Dominoes, Lot to and ot her g,atnes, 1 . . Fancy Soaps and
Hair tUlt: of every variety . In connertion with the
allot, a 14r:to k of FA 311 Ll' '1; li(U'Elt I ES, styli as
pulverised, trashed brut to Sugars. of io.ery grade.
Coffee, 31 dasse,. Starch. 11 rocn and Illaelt Teas. Splros.
(Sutter, so la, Sugar, \tater and other Crarkers;cheese.
The subscriber returns his sincere thanks to n gener
ous public for the patronage heretofore bostowedou him.
and hopes, by a desire to please, to merit a continuance
of the same,
Dec,r 7, 1854
1)OOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.—
Limo have just rreelved from Philadelphia, a large
assortment of new and SPI,ENDIDANNUALS,and GUT
BOOKS for the Holidays. which having been purchased
below the usual wholesale rates, we are enabled to
sell at greatly reduced prices They have now In store
a splendid stock of
Bibles, all sizes,
Sunday School Books,
All of which are NEW BOOKS, fresh from the publishers,
splendidly bound and embolished and got up expressly
for the ChrlstmaAs Holidays. Also FANCY STATION RY
and Fancy articles generally, in great variety. The pub
lic are Invited to call and examine sample;: now ready
/lb-Remember, the place to buy books, cheap, is at
PIPER'S, Main street.
Deo'r 20, 1R54
IEATIIER.—Fritz S, Hendry, Store;
4 0 29 North ad rt. rhiladolphia. Morocco Manuthrtur
ors,Xurriers, Importers, Commission and General Leath
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-Manufactory 15 Mat
he all Arcot. Sop. 7-ly
. . .
REMOVAL !-I3ESSON & SON,
hog leave to Inform you that they have romov
od the PHILADELPHIA FAMILY MOURNING STORE from
No. 52 South Second Street, to the new building No.
200 Chesnut Street, (five doors above Eighth, South
side) where they wilt offer an increased stock at r
duced prices. r f N Now Spring Goods daily opening.
T 4 EATHER ! LEATHER I
FRITZ, HENDRY 44. CO.
No. 29, North Third Street, Philadelphia,
MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS, Curriers and Import
ers of FRENCH CALF SKINS, and Dealers in Iled and
Oak Solo Loather and Kip. Fob2S—ly
o, JULIUS STERN,
No, 145, North Third Street, Philadelphia
Wholesale Dealer in
Fancy Dress Trimmings and Millinery Goods,
and Manufacturer of Fancy Bilk Bonnets,
keeps constantly on hand n very extensive assortment
of Bilks, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Flowers, Bonnet
Franies, Gimps Fringes. besides a great variety of other
Fancy Goods. Ile solicits a call from Country Merchan't's
visiting the City, and assures them that they will be
sure to find any article above mentioned at the lowest
:I:4o'' FOR SPRING SALES!
" JOHN STONE & SONS, No. 45; South Second
vt, Street, Philadelphia.
ihiverjust opened their epring Importations of
SILKS, BONNET RIBBONS, i+LOWERS,
LACKS, CRAPES, &e. &c.
Including a general assortment of MILLINERY ARTI
CLES, of the most fashionable styles. Tho above Goods
have boon Imported eqpressly for our Spring sales and
comprise the largest and best assortment In our lino to
ho found In the market. suarehl4.-3m
lIATS.—Juat received at
tige t s l , le y B o`, 6 ll7 , ?!, l 2l l 7llr l eT'siJ'l l A r lgli u lfi r jA c , n e t on o - f
Fisting of Pr.nalia, Leghorn French Straw, Canton and
other varictics, part •of which aro colored and black—
soruo quite lowan price. Inny2
JOHN P. LYNE—Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in American, English and. German
HARDWARE, Oils, Paints, be., 31‘;chanles builders
and the public generally, who are in want of Hardware
, of any kind, are invited to call In and
.i lu examine my unusually larg stock of
- • •"e ?. goods, which lam sellinWat very low
prices. Just stop in; it will only detain you a very
few minutes to be convinced that what everybody says
—that l.yn's is decidedly the place to get good goods at
law prices—must be true. LYN Northa Store,
West Side Hanover street.
HA j o 0 K EKE !-A
. JIM kT B.kitoAlN Orr, nro.
The subscriber In relish - puny° of ill-health. offers his on
tiro stock of ll.AltWAitr; to any person or persons wish
ing to enter into the Hardware business. lie having CO
resolved in quitting the business, will glk e a bargain,
besides his influence nod custom. Any one desirous 0.
getting into this business will do well to ealt - PoOn, nod
if not disposed of by the.lst of October next, he urn
then commence selling off at rust at the old and well.
khown stand. in North Hanover street,lW:a •aoor to
Charles Maglaughlin's Hotel. JACOB SENEIt.-
HA itti RESir ARi
.1_ II ENYR SAXTON. The
subscriber having returned from the city would call the
attention of his friends and the public. generally to the
large and well selectedassortment of ifitrdware which he
has just received. colisiaing in part of BUILDING
TERI A LS, nails, sere, s, hiuges,locks. bolts, glass. putty,
paints, oils Re. ToOLK—edge tools saws and planes 0,
every deseription, with files, rasps, hammers, anvils, Re.
A general mssortanent of SIIOEMAK ERS AND SAD
DLERS TOOLS, together with tiIIIrOCCO, lining and bind
ing skins, shoe thread, wax, pegs, lasts, harness mount
ing, saddletrees, Re.
COACH TRIM LlNO—canvass (plain, enamelled, fig
ured and cridslssed.) patent and enanAlled leather,
axles. springs. hubs, spokes, felines, stunts. Re.,
Cabinet Makers will find a large assortment of yarn-
Wes, mahogany' and walnut veneers, moulding, rosettes,
hair cloth, curled hair. Re.
The stock of Inn is large and well selected, compris
ing all the kinds In general use. as hammered and rolled
iron of all slees, fiat, bar and baud iron,
and oval_ troll, horse-shoe Ir.)! and nail rods, with a large
lot of cast and spring steel, English and Amcrfan
ter stool, &o.
Ihmsekeepers and thoso about commencing will fled it
to their advantage to call and examine our cutlery. brit-
Willi and plated ware pans, kettles, cedar ware, baskets,
In addition Di the above we have received a splendid
assortment of WALL PAPER. making the stock
plan, and at sue h rwices as cannot rail to give ' ,mkt',
thin. We ins ite all friends to"ail, knotting it A , in bet,,
th'tir own advaaltage. Remember the old stand. East
High Street. lisle, Pa.
Oct. 12, MS3, lIENItY SAXTON.
11111 , 'Sli PO II A 11 1)-
A. It E.—The subscilber haling returned from
the rite hag just opened for the Fall trade a large and
well selected stock of foreign aml domestic Llardwaro.
embracing everything usually fund in that Ihie of n.
shiess. The attention of triends and the public generally
is respectfully directed to the assortment on hand. as
sating them that gads of all kinds will be sold fur out-h
at al. ery small advance on manufacturers prices. Re
member the old stand, Kast Main Street, Carlisle, Pa.
Aug :VI. IS.GI. 11. SAX ON.
r 1 0 0 T II ANT ASII. —B eau t i ful White
.Teeth Healthy 'Limns and a Sweet Breath—All who
are desirous "r obt.inim¢ the,,4l.enoits nixt•uld use ZEN
MAN'S CELEBRATED TOOTH \VASIL This
article coml'ines so many ineiltorlous valit ies that It
has now become a standard favorite with the citizens o.
New York. Philadelphia and Italtimure. houtists pre
scribe It In their practice lIP , St successfully, and from
every source the wont flattering laudations are awarded
Inflamed and bleeding gums are Immediately benefit
ted by its use; its fiction upon thous In mild, soothing
and eliertlie. It eleallSeS the teeth no thonmgblv, that
they are made to rival pearl In Irbiteness, and diffuses
thivugh the mouth mull a &ROM ttl tresline, that the
breath Is rendered exquigittlP:‘,'let. It tlkintect.th , ,,
Impurities tvhich tend to produce decay. and. AO, a olil
s4,01.•Ilee, when the, are removed the tooth tutt•l
orass remain sound. Dead the f•i h .uimmg fodu Dr. J. A.
Mr F. Zernutn—Sir: Ita% lug used and recommended
your Tooth Wash In my pruetlee for som,. umn. I find It
the most effectual Dentritice In use,and therefore recom
mend It to the public.
P. MONY ER
Bend the following testimony:
Mn. ZteMlN—Dear Sir: T have fully tested the merits
of , your valuable Tooth Wash and can, without hesita
tion. reronnnend it as the hest that has come under my
notice during an experience as Dentist of more than six
teen years. It cleanses the Teeth. s o otheg and b ai d e . nn
Irritated Uums, and imparts a delicious fragrance to the
Breath. From the mouths of those who make 11F0 of It.
however, it will certainly speak for Itself.
Or.o. P. SCHIVELY, Surgeon Dentist,
279, South Tenth st., Philadelphia.
It Is used and ret•+itnmended by all the eminent Dent
ists in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and (Abel
cities where it has been introduced. All should give It
eir- Prepared only by Francis Zerman, Druggist and
Chemist, Philadelphia, and sold wholesale and retail by
Samuel Elliott, Carlisle, J. Dorshelmer, Meohanlesburg,
J. Herron, Newville, J. C. Williams, Shlppensburg, and
by all Druggists at only 25 cents per ls,ttle.
77 ILEPSY Can be Cured. Lake's
VEO MAME COMPOUND, for the cure of EPI
LEPSY or Firs! is performing more wonderful cures than
any other medicine yet known or before the public.—
PRICE FIVE DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
The proprietor has In his ilossession numerous certifi
cates, narrating the astonishing and miraculous cures
effected by this medicine, and directs attention to the
following only, to assure those who are so unfortunate
to be afflicted with the terrible disease heretofore regard
ed incurable, that.LasE's preparation 18 ALMOST INFALI
- IY ITB curcz I
From Mrs. Brooks, widow• of Maj. Jas. Brooks, late of
Mr. Z. LAKE—Sir: Please scud me another bottle of
Fit Medicine. as I do not like to ho without it on hand.
When 1 commenced giving the medicine to my son Ed
gar, he had from one to three fits per day. the has now
taken the medicine over 'five months, and has had. I
think, but two fits In that time, and those very light.—
His body and mind are very much improved; and by
the blessing of God, I feel that the medicine will restore
his body and mind to their wonted activity. He Is 28
years old, and has had fits over 12 piaci, which have
been very frequent, and very destructive to his consti
tution and mind. Hundreds of dollars have behn ex
pended for medicine to " FITS," but nothing has
relieved him'until he used your medicine. Respectfully
yours, POLLY BROOKS.
From Judson Landon, County Superintendent of the
Ashtabula County Infirmary.
Kmasviti.r, Fob. 3,1853.
Mr. Z. TAKE—Sir: Please send a few more bottles of
your "Fit Medicine;" I may not peed it. but think saf
er to keep it on hand. Your medicine has done wonders.
I gave It to Miss Jane Delano; she has had fits for 26
years, brougbt on by having the weasels when but four
years old, which could not be brought out to the surface
After, taking the medicine a few days, SHE nAn A FINE
coos or MAAEF:II..4, and has had no fits sinco. Shebat' fits
or symptoms almost daily. She and her fhther concur
with me in saying that !.3 believe the medicine has or
will work a perfect cure. also gave the medicine `to
Miss Jane Henderson and Aris Corby, who have had fits
almost daily, for a
,number of years. Their fits have
ceased, and I believe the medicine will have the desired
effect. Much money has been expended by the friends
of the above patients for doctoring, all to no purpose.—
Thu cure was left for your medicine to perform, and I
can cheerfully recommend it as a valuable discovery:—
Respectfully yours, JUDSON LANDON, •
Superintendent Ashtabula Co. Infirmary.
Prepared and sold at wholesale by Z. LASE, Conneaut,
Sold by S. W. Haverstick. Carlisle; E. 11. Thomas, Me
chanicsburg; D. W. Cross, Harrisburg. Oct. b-1y;
HAY AN D STRAW CUTTERS,
' CORN SHELLERS.—A large assortment of tin
proved Hay, Straw and Fodder Cutters, now on hand.—
Also, double and single corn shelters for either hand or
horse power, of the very latest manuflicture, Including
the premium shellerat the late Pennsylvania State Fah.
For sale by PASCHALL MORRIS k. Co.
A grictAtqral Warehouse and Seed Store, corner of 7th
nd Market, Philadelphia, Dec. 11, Iss4—tf --
aRe ncnies. e
Dr. J. A. CARMAN, Dentist,
CONNY.AUT, Feb. 3, 1-853
E. F. WELLER; travoling agent
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF
TILE AGE—Farmers, Families and others, can pur
chase no remedy equal to Dr. TOBIAS' Venetian Lini
ment, for Dysentery, Colic, Croup, Chronic Rheumatism
Qttinsey, Sore Throat, Toothache, Sea Sickness, Cuts
Burns, Swellings, Old Sores, Musquitn • Eites, Insect
Stings, Pains in the Limbs, Chest, Beek, If it does
not give relief, tho money will be refunded—all that is
asked, is a trial, and use it according to directions. The
article iv an English remedy, and was used by Wm. IV,
King 01 England,and certified to by him, as a cure for
Rheumatism; when everything else recommended by his
physicians had failed.
.Over 10,0004000 of bottles have been cold in the Unit
ed States, without a single failure, and families have
stated that It was worth $lO per bottle, they neler
would lo without ft. in case of Croup, as it Is as cei tale
as it Is applied. It cures Toothache In three minutes;
Headache In half an hour, and Cholera, when hrst tak
en, in a few hours. It Is perfectly Innocent to take In
ternally. and has the recommend:Alen of ninny of the
Most eminent Physiciaus in the United States. Price,
25 And 50 cents.
Dr. Tobias has also put up a Liniment kr Horses, in
plat bottles, which Is warranted—cheaper and better
th. in any ether, for the cure of Colic, Galls, Swellings,
old Soreg; Cuts, Bruises, Scratches, Cracked lied, ,tc.—
Price, 50 tents.
Dr. Tobias could fill a dozen newspapers with the cep.
Mattes and letters received, relating to the wonderful
cures accomplished by Ms Liniment. but considers that
warranting It is sufficient, as any person who does-not.
obtain relief, need not pay for it. There has been so
much worthless medicine gold to the public,that Dr. To
bias wishes Lis article to rest on its own merits, and if
ho gives the value of the mommy rtvelved, then Le asks
the patronage of the public. not otherwise.
lilt. TOBIAS' Office, 240 OREENIVICU Street, Now
For sale by A. Smith, Seventh end Chestnut streets;
Dyott k Son, 132 N. Second street; T. R. Callender, FS
S. Third street, and by the Druggists throughout the
VARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
TIIE GREAT PURIFIER OF TILE BLOOD.—Not
a particle of Mercury In it. An Infallible remedy for
ofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneout
Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Blotches,
Bolls, Chronic Sore Eyes, Bing IVorm or Tetter, Seald
Ilend, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints,
Stuborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, 'Lumbago, Spinal
Complaints and all diseases arising Iron, on injudicious
use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of the
It - v:1111s great alterative medicine and Purifier of the
Blood, is now used by thousands of grattfful patients in
all parts of the United States, who testify daily to the
remarkable cures performed by the greatest of all
eines, "CARTER'S SPANISH MINTURE." Neuralgia,
Rheumatism. Serofuin, Eruptions on the Skin, Liverlds
easo, Fevers, Ulcers, Old Sores, Affect 11 , 11 S of the Kidneys
Diseases of the Throat,' Female Complaints, Pains and
Aching of the Bones and Joints, are very speedily put
to flight by using this great end inestimable remedy.
For all AiSeASOS of the Blood, nothing has yet been
found to compare to It. It cleanses the system of all Im
purities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver and Kid
mi., strengthens the ltigestion, Ores tone to the WM: -
Heti. makes the skin clear and healthy, and restores the
Constlt ution,npfeebled by disease or broken down by the
excesses of youth, to its pristine r Igor and strength.
For the ladies it Is Incomparably better than all the
cosmetics ever used. A few doses of CARTY.Ieti SPANisn
MIXTURE Mill remove all sallowness of complexion, bring
the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity to the
step, and Improve the general health In a remarkable de
gree beyond all the medicines over heard of.
The large number of certideates which we have receiv
ed from from persons from all parts of the United St at VS,
is the best evidence that there is no Humbug sk,ut it.
The press, hotel•keepers, magistrates, physicians, and
public men, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful effects of this Gilt EAT BLOOD
Call on the AOINT. and got a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
Fone genuine unless signed BENNETT & BEERS, Pro
prietors, No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, 'Va. to whom all
orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed.
And for sale by S. Elliott, S. W. Haven:tick, Carlisle ;
Tm Day, Mechanicsburg; J.. 11. Herron, Newvllle; J. C.
Altic, Shippensburg, and by dealers In medicines every•
THE WONDER OF THE AGE !-
For the cure of Saltrheum, Chilblains, Common
Sores, Chapped or Cracked Ilands, Burns or Scalds, Cuts
or Wounds, Piles, Inflammation of the Breast, bites of
insects, Sore Lips. Pimples on the' Face, and Breaking
Out and Sores on Children, and all diseases of the Skin.
This Ointment will cure the Saitrheum and Burns, or
Chapped hands. quicker and surer than any other medi
cines of the kind before the public.
To substantiate the above, I can give hundreds of cer-
Mentes, but I consider it no use, as (any person can do
the same, if they have friends, for even a worthless ar
ticle) I rely solely on the merits of the Ointment for the
N. B.—A single box of this ()Intro:l'A will keep Any'
Blacksmith's., Farmer's, Sailor's, or ! le hall ic's hands, let
them chap or creek ever so bad, sou sr And in good work
ing order all whiter. Prepared aryl by
Sold also by the principal Drugg.sts,:oad Country Mer
chants. Price 25 cents per box.
Nov. 16, Itifp3-Iy,
HAVE you a cold ?—aulloher's Elixir
has acquired a just telebrity for the cure of nil
diseases arising from severe colds, and its Ole:n.3' Ilea
been attested and approved by liundireds of our most re
spectable citizens. In every instance immediate relief
has been given, as the following certificate from those
who have tried it bears testimony. Manufactured And
for sale by
JAMES GALLOIIEIt, Agent.
We the undersigned do certify that we have used Gal
loher's preparation for Consumption, Colds, Diseases of
the Lungs, Liver, Ac., and having experienced immedi
ate relief therefrom would recommend it to nil afflicted
in that way.
• Thos. 11. Riles, Mrs. M, Gould, U. II: McCoy, E. L.
Wolf, Peter Monyer, H. 8. Hackett, Joseph Lobach, N.
Carlisle, April 25, 1854-ly
AMAP OF CUMBERLAND COUN
M—Froin entirely original Surveys, by actual
monaurement throughout the whole county, by 11. F.
The subscriber Is now engaged In Making Surveys
preparatory to pnbitsbing a new and complete Mnp' of
Cumberland County, upon a large Ale. F.very Public
Road and Stream, with the locationq of all 111111 s, Stores,
Dwellings, and Public Buildings, will be accurately laid
down. All the Public Buildings In the County will be
distinctly Indic: Bed, and the names of owners of proper
ty generally, will be inserted In their proper positions on
A Table of distances, Statistics of the County, en.
larged plans of the principal Villages, and a few of the
most attractiVe views in the County, will be Inserted in
the margin; thus giving every satisfaction, and render
ing the Map most valuable to the Owners of Property,
Merchants, Travelers, Conveyancers, and the Inhabitants
generally, of the region delineated
In as much as this work is to be made up of actual
surveys made upon the ground, it will , require time to
accomplish It; it is not expected, therefore, that it will
be ready for publication much under the period of Two
Years. The size of the Mnp will be aLont five feet by
four, and will east five dollars.
11. F. BRIDOENS, Publisher.
N. E• corner of Marshall and Wood et. Philadelphia.
Sept. 27-11upd. • '
I V. E It COMPLAINT, Dyspefoii
j Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous debility, hiseneset
Idueys, and all diseases arising from a dis, min.,'
Lit•er or Stomach, such as Xonstipation, inward pl , t
fulness of blood to the head, acidity of the stoma, t
nausea, heartburn, disgust for food, fulness or weight I.
the stountrh, sour eructations, sinking or tiuttering a
the pit of the stomach, swimming at the bead, herrie
and difficult breathing, fluttering at the heart, chok in
Or suinwating sensations; when In A lying posture. din
nuns or N iNi.ll. dots or webs before the sight, few er hu.
dull pain in the head• deficiency or perspiration, yellow
ness of the skin and eyes, pain in the side, hawk, . lie. , t
limbs, kc., sudden flushes of heat, burning in the Vert
constant imaginings of evil, and great depressit a,.l' 9.11
its, can be effectually cured by Dn. Ifoortmerfs thl.f- li
BRA TED IfElt3l AN 11l rfEllS. prepared by hit. C. 51
JACKstIN, No. I iO Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not elrelltd.
equalled, by any other preparation in the U u ited r.taft•
as the ewes attest, in many eases after skilful phy.
clans had failed.
Tha.lie bitters are worthy the attention of invalids.—
Possessing great Hues in Um rectitleatien of disease
of the Liver and lesser glands, exerehing the no.
Searching is.wers lu weal. 11144; and affections or the d
gestive organs, they are m ithal safe, certain and plea:
TESTI:II(INY FIRM PENNSYLVANIA.
J. D. Fpring. LaNyyine. Pa.. April ti, says, "
can get you s , lne cialitiratcs fir your (imicin 1
tern In this I kin ity if you wish then'. A Indy purchat
lug some of It th is Oft ) s that it is 1.3: for the Les
ineiliviho she at or 1(110W, hating done hur :aid he
daughter touch gn, d. ite.
S. IL Lawson, Itentard's Store, Somerset so, Pa.. A,, 1
15, 1F53, says, "I am much attached to tour hernial
Bitters, hrusing used two bottles of it, whit h I precore
from S. Kurtz, your:Wont at. Somerset, and fund Foe
relief from It in disease of the User. 1 find it ha
great effect on my lungs. strengthening and h,, igm tin
them, isjilch, as I am a public speaker, is a great heir i
Dr. Giles, Newton Hamilton, Pa., May. 1051, said: "
have used my self half a ,I , lzen la tiles of ), crma.
ltittere for Liver Complaint and diseases of a nerert
character. rer , ulting from the Omse of mercury. 1 v
poisoned and afflicted a ith spasms from the use id .
latter article. 'I he Cermet, Billets is the frrt
flora whi, h I obtained arty relief. 1 hat also given
tielJta,,, ory sveptr, s, no .;t: •aintat . r
stilt& I think as many more bottles will cure me."
J. C. 1 . 1 ung. Dauphin, In.. utiles MAN
"I was afflicted with General hebilfty, Intestinal We:A
ness and Costlteuess.fir which I used many dith•tes
remedies without relief: lat last used your Ilnotianti
Dorman Bitters. 1 took it few Iv ttles according ti
sections. and was ciimpletoly cured. 1 hale tint I yen •
!mainly for ton y ears as I has,. been since 1 [Nit it t
Bitters. tt lib h is alit la one year ago.''
'These liit ter. :u.• EYTIntIY VD:I.S ABLE. always strengtl
ailing the s) stem and never pro , trating it.
Sold by loaders in medicine and eti rel.eepPrs el r'
where, and by Samuel Elliott, S. W. Ifni tlrstielt and
W. Cana - man. Carlisle; Einin t ier haritsl or ,
Snyder & Kiehl, Newburg, and by Dealers in Mediu
:Nov. 22, lill-1 y
arts. by weans of the POO
CS, or EA er
foe HIS N PHYSICIAN
iho thirty-sixth Edition, e ri
me hundred euglas tugs. sin •
ing Private Diseases . and If •
lirmations of the Cenernti
system, En every- shape on
'urn): to whit II is added
L'reatise on the Diseases of 1'
males, inteinied fur the are ,
reinalcs only. I See page lini I.
ing it the highest import:lmi
o married people,
Wm. Yet' D., lira:lmA
of the University of Pennsylvania. Memker of the lit;
al College of Surgeons, London, and Honorary Memb•
of the Philadelphia Medical society. The • :triune k rut
of Secret diseases, Seminal Weakness, Diseases of '0
Prostrate Gland. 1 mpotend. s. Mary haliits of youth..,
faithfully described, and all the receipts given in pl:
-language. The chapters (.11 self abuse and feat it i
Weakness Is Worthy of particular attention. and •Miti I
Imo read by every one. Young men IA h. hat e been ut
fortunate In contracting disease, previous to I I wit
vourselv cc under the rare of an'y do, tor, no matter us hi
h it pretensions may he, get a copy of this truly vat nab
Sea Captains and persons going to sea should To%te
Dr. Young'!" Treatise. on Marriage. tile Porhet taut
us, or Evory one Ills own l'hytientn.
f), - , • Lit no father be ashamed to present A copy of tl
,Esettinplus to his child. It may ' , mi• him fn mnu es!
grave. lit no young man or 0 moan enter into the r
cret obligations of married life without le:Mini:the pot
et .Eseulupins. Let no one soliening from a imeknit
cough, pain in the Ode, restless nights. nervous feelin
slid the nholc train of Dyspeptic sensations, and fixa
up by their ph)sirian, be another moment M ltin lit c r.
suiting the .Easettlupins. flare the married or the
about to be married tiny inmediment, read this tau
useful Bonk, as it has been the means of saving the
sands of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws
death. Upwards of a MILLION copies of thiscelebrat.
work has been sold Kthis country and Europe since 3
3S, when the first edition was issued.
Ara' Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE cents
closed in a letter, it ill receive one etpy of this boo' I
mail; or five copies will be sent for ;IL Address T
WILLIAM YOUNO, No. 152 Fpruce street, Philadelphl
Twenty years practice hi the city of Philadelphia co r•
taint). entitles Dr. Young to the confidence of the to
doted, and he may be consulted on any of the disease r
described in his different publications, at his attire. lit'.
Spruce street, every day between 9 and 3o'clock, Stan
days excepted) and persons nt any distance can con4nlt
Dr. Young by letter. POST PAID.
AFE—SPEEDY—SURE!—S o in 0-
TILING FOR YOUR OWN BENEFIT!!! A Medi
c ne adapted to general use, greatly superior to other..
and within the means of every Individual.
100 PILLS for twenty-five cents! No extortion
prise—no Calomel—no mineral poison whatever.
Towkit4Ekil ,. B HEALTH PILLS fully merit thegref.l
reputation they have acquired. They are called Ili. !rem
all parts of the land, because TULr AI Lk; ALL TIIAT THY,
CL11)41 TO BF-
wn THEY WILL DO—They purify tho blood. they
chose the System or ID - infers, they cure Dyspepsia a ral
Indigestion, they create an Appetite, they cure dirt
licadache.DlZZlTlCtili and Low Spirits. they arrest Fevers.
they promote a healthy action of the Liver, they are a
sure cure for Costiveness and habitual Conshpath e.
they are highly efficacious In Penedo Complaints, they
strengthen and give tone to the System. They arc ;I.
best Family Medicine known.
It is an obvious inquiry, how one medicine can cure 14.
many. different complaints. These Pills, however, are se
compounded of curative materials thatpersons inc ie c ,
ly to TRY THEM and the answer will he found In a :t
-stored body and an invigorated constitution.
Each Box contains 100 Pills, at the astonishingly h •
price of 25 cents. Every individual shogilld have them
For sale by the Druggists and Storeteepers generally
F. A. PALMER, general Agott, Stonington, Ct.
:MIRACLE OF SCIENCE.-Dr.
C. Is. Kelling, of Mechanicsburg, Cumberland
county; Pa., announces to those afflicted. with Tumors.
Wens, Cancers, Polypus, Lupus, Moles or Marks, Perot
ula. King!ee Evil and all diseases that have been usual is
treated with Caustic or Knife, ho can remove them with.
out cutting, burning. or pain ; neither Chloroform or
'll•lther is administered to the patient. it is no matter
on what part of the body they may be, he can remove
them with perfect safety, and In a remarkably sheer.
time. No Mineral of Vegetable 1106011 in applied, and it
money required until a cure is iserfeiled.
Prolapsus uteri, Female Complaints, Chronic, Vene
real and all other diseases treated with positive success.
Full particulars can be obtained by addressing In either
English or Kerman, post paid. Patients can be !tempi
insisted with Board oft,rca,,,,,,able
MVOIIIIIICFbUrg Di one I.:: tint prettiest and healthy
towns In this or any bibs, stale. It is 8 miles from
Harrisburg, on the Cumbeamnd Valley Pall Road, and
accessible from all parts of the Union. The Doctor will
visit eases in any part of the Rate when desired.
vrn_Kital reader if you know any afflicted fellow crag
Lure, delay not to toll them of this treatment-
BONNETS AND BLOOMERS.--
A very large assortment of the latest styles
English Butistable and split straw, Neapolitan,
Hair, Lace, Leghorn and Florence Braid Bonnets,
'Mimi:: and Children's Bloomers of various kinds,
Straw Braids and (Jimmy Artificial Flowers,
'Bonnet linings and lilhtans, Ac., all of which will he
sold cheap at the store of the subscriher. South Hanover
street ROBERT LICE.
Carlisle, April 2.5, i