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'7 -AN ESSAY,
On moral instructions in common schools
prepared by J. Maki and read ''before: the
Itoacher'e Institute: Dec. 1857
The arts and sciences are marching on
- ward with-gigantio strides in thispeen
' liar age ‘ of intellectual . iiiitirovement, and
in proportion as these ascend the " hill
ofseience," - Will vain, ambition develops
• itself and proie ruinous to its victims,
unless suppressed by moral power.
It has long been the cherished view of
many, that moral - Land religious • training
have nothing to do in literary instutions,
_lie* it has been; that instead of religion
_and philosoPhy !Parching. in true. friend
shiptogether to the portgls of humertali
, ty, they have been set itQlostile array
and, combats have ensued, eqcally inju
rious to both litiFties. On thebne hand,
the infidel philosopher has been di. osed
to investigate the economy of nature with,.
ourany reference to nature's God. (Who
Pesides Over; All Its Movements) as if
the vast unlimited union were a self mov
log,- and independent machine; and he
his not !infrequently had the effrontery
to throw out insinuations, at tigtinist'e •ct
• 'sacred truthslof divine revelation'.
ister, ,perhaps ozi the other hand, under
: the influence cf intemperate zeal, against
his antagonist, has unguardedly and' in
.declaimed against the study of
• science . , as if it were unfriendly to sound
morality and religion, Ips, in effect, .set
• the "Works of God' in opposition to
•• Word. The crisis has arrived, When those
contendingparties should effeot a complete
reconciliation, 'that by their mutual aid
• and the subservience' f the one to . the oth-
. or, the moral and intellectual improvement
of man might be promoted, and the holy.
and beneliolent designs of the Deity graci
ually consummated; for tie accomplish
ruen.tdaf.which great and wise gbject,,,tnor
ality and religion must be taught in con
nection with science in the schools of this
. free government.
What place on earth is there so admi"
rably adapted to the inculcation of moral
and pious sentiments, as the - school-rooms,
the academies, colleges,
of this land, upon which The smileS — Of
heaven-have-long beamed with extraodi-
— nary refiilgence ? ----- WIT - cre can access e
• had-to the tender .hearts of the rising gen
eration, as in these sources of the nation's
-- intelligence,--these guardians of liberty,
and sentinels of freedom. In these are
-:... taught the arts and sciences, all - of which
Mai be used as conductors. of moral - sen•
timents to the- juvenile inimL, For in
• •stanco; -in,leaching. natural history, which
inits moskoomprehensive SCTISCi embraces
- a:knowledget. and description - of all the
- iknown facts ikthe. natural or material
• universe, many May be taught to the
great moral advantage, as well as the in
tellectual improvements,-of even quite
• -young 'scholars; because 'all the objects•
which natural history embraces, are
the. " Workmanship of Cod';" each
' ; bearing the Marks oftlis incessant
cy: His power, isTisdutm,and „beneficence
being - impressed on every objecf-heiVeve'r
minute, throughout-the- Glue- kingdoms
of nature, and through every region of
earth, air, and sky; --- - •
In teaching the science of geography;
• (trivial as it may seem To some) ample
opportunity js afforded the . teacher to
. • make occasional remarks, and give illus
trations, highly promotiVe of the culture.
of moral principles amongst_ the pep
pie. Ile cau .a.ssuine_thetu,_that_on..a.
knowledge of the spherical figure of the
, earth, the art of navigation in a great,
measure depends; and that all the voy
ages of discovery whichhave been made
' ' in later years, were undertaken in conse
quence of this known fact. But forthis
science, vast portions of the globe would
have rethaihed unexplored and unknown
—no regular intercourse - would have been
mantained between the various tribes, of
__.our-race r arul consequently, thminvuluable_
blessings of "Divine Revelation" could
never have been transmitted to the great
er-part of the gentile world. The nature,
the extent, and the vast vanity of august
objects the earth contains, make geogra-,
phy a science of peculiiir interest in .T
moral and religious point of view. But
particularly the salvation of God, which
christianity unfolds, which is destined to
' be proclaimed- in every land must receive
mucheid TOr - its aocomplishinent frmo
the science of Geography.
'ln' the study ofgeblogy locoliere may
be lessons of morality and piety" given to
the youth and children of our literary
. institutions. This science-has for its
- object the investigation and description
of the interval structure of the Globe.
It is true; 'man's - knowledge in this science
;As but shallow, and very 'imperfect; from
the fact, that the-vast quantity of matter
contained wjihin• the internal structure
- of the . eartliiims boom' penetrated but to
. : a very limited extent; yet, the observa
tions which have been made during the
--last-half- obli tury, - and--thsLdeductimit
drawn therefrom are-highlyinteresting
both to the philostpher,•and to the Christ
ian. Previous to these last. discoveries,
_a-variety of objections were. filed against
thp Mosaic history of creation, which we
think, have been much diminished, since
it has been'perceived that there exists •a
' . beautiful harmony • between the records
of Revelation, and the operations of the
Creator in' the' material universe.' In
- • this scienoe, --- therefore, the teacher can
have occasional reference to the Supreme
Maker of all,•and the reverence due film'
- - froni all 'his intelligent creatures, who
• • ere under ten thousand obligations tq Him
' for-His boundless goodness and tender
- mercies. • ''. .
But, again. In teaching the. sublime
Science. of astronomy suck' is the vast and
pleasing variety winbh" appears amongst
.• the .l
works of the Divine architect, that .
_ it would.seem to be impossible for a we
educated intellect to fail in calling ti e
jnyodiie, mind o .ontempia e with pious
i . thiotion;lhe'greadeer end sublimity of
the C.reStor's - works, as developed by
the ,scienee.of astronomy; of all the soien
. ges,.amengst the sons-of time, none in-
Spires :the ; human s 111 - with . such 'lofty
and_.. Sublime . transports of i itellectual
pleasure and such vast conceptions. - of the
. 'energies of the," Eternal 'Mind," as this
' stupendous Seienee of natural philosoppyi #
whioh havfor 'its'Ohjoet the. description
• , orthe'ph ethane of ' the
ieilticivrith : 9 liini: to: diseover:- their.'
,• latre,.by' . whieh ',We :Al 7 ,
riaightyfilire993. e•movenT . ents of 'all , ter,
e 1 t r i4.1:404. P - 9160,* V.bddiee., . Obe.ef, the .
or,dinttry,rutes,of,th _ noble suieneeils.lo'
ofmechanical OA ea - ,' I t y'vrhieE lititifOTA:
mot- ii gietitli:fairilitated,•eo-th9',Oorn . i.;'
~ .. i.i. ' A . .rr'T '-''( ' continued'
IT'S ALL FOR BUN.COMBEII
. These fellers that fling out Gude. red Hags and make
so much fuss about the effects , of the lt Loney Paulo,"
"Suspension and Its consequences" "Grast'attreetlon"
"Prices greatly' reduced" and Other queer I. DOIMESt"
are all talking for Iluncomns. But if you really ',Aria
to got the worth of your money, Cali at the Sootily
Grocery and Queonswaro Store of •
• - J. D. lIALI3ERT,
on tho - ICIP 'anger oT the — Public 1 1 quare dirsiStly"
opposite the Owlish) Deposit Bank, in the -borough 'of
Ills stock of China, Glass and Queonaware has pat'
been replquished from Philadelphia, And-for bcallty - of
design, quality and cheapness
•• IT CAN'T BE BEAT. •
IBS assortment' of FAMILY GROCERIES is full,
&nth, dean and complete, such at
-4 ' Java and Rio Coffee,' lilWid Pirko's,
1 .. , ' n Roasted, Plait do.
~.. Imperial Tea, ' . Worcesterahlre Sauce,
' ' ,°, l Oolong or Black do. American do.
1 r .1 - tretlisr,tort,-
4 , Corn Starch,
Itaror t t 'a nire P chl, L
Rice Hour, Table salt,
Baker's Cocoa, . . Syrups and Molasses
' . '•••• Chocolate, • of ovary 111.1111ityt .
Preston's Engle do , Macaroni,
SUGARS. ' • SPICES, (ground & upgroumb)
- 'ten Orleans, Cinnamon,
:At Crushed, titmegs,
• - Granulated, , - Cloves,
• "..Pulverized and Alsplee, '
Relined. Pepper and
Come—Pine afiplennd New.lrork dairy Cheese,
Cranberries, Brooms nod Codarware
',deft. MACK EIt.EL
Nos.', 2 and.ll:
=.-Einpunifler - toreoncontrated i.yeribrutaklng - sontir - Tle ,
sites n " TUOMIAND AND ONE" ' articles that cannot be
enumerated, but whieh the public aid cardiallyinvitMl;
to or amine for themselves.
TI e a tbscrlber thankful for the very liberal
age whl M ho has received from the community in ti fies
past, re ipertfully solicits a coatinaarre.
JOSEPH D. lIALBIiT.
Carlisle, Der. 23, 18,57.. , ' ,
W ATC 1-1 E 8,.. JEWELRYv 'AND
V V. SILVER;WABLAT CON LYN'S ' old stabllshed
Stand, West Main St., nearly opposite the umberland
Valley Bank. . .
1 have just received a now assortment of watches,
' jewelry, medallions. silverware, &c., in Ifildition to my
former stock to which I invite the Apiention of, the
' public,. 110 noortmont embraces thip
gold and silver lever watches, Hunting
and open coos do „gold Anchors , for ,
Ladles and Gentleinen :and—fill ver-Le
pines and Quartier watches of every va-' ), '
dety. in style and price.
' fine gold Medallions. Breast-pins for Ladies and
- Alen fientlemep of every quality, pattern and Mier. Gold
fob, vest. curb and neck chains. Gold bracelets, finger
rings, cuttiiihs, studs, sleave.buttons, crosses, charms,
Arc., be. Gold and silver thimbles, sliver and• plated
butter. knives, forks, *Ole, tea, salt and mustard spoons
of every variety. A large assortment of gold, silver
mud common spectacles, to suit all
ages to which see invite special atten.
.. _ . . .
A line lot of GOLD PENS from the best makers,
spectacle races, fancy boxes, silver and pearl card rases,
gold and common bracelet's,' watch chains,
Alnntle Clocks and a variety of articles usu.
ally kept in Jewelry establishments, which 0
I will sell low for cash. All articles was'. •
ranted to he what they aro reTTl_milted. - • ,
paid - asusun .
WATCII REPAIRINU and all work -war.
Doc: 23, 18571
R E 8 II RIA
GOODS FOR TH A E H R OLIDAYS V •
FANCY- GOODS, GIFT BOOKS, - Sc.
- S. W. lIAVERSTICK lisui just received from the city
and Is now opening a splendid display of FANCY GOODS,
suitable for the approaching 'Holiday Sonium, to•which
he desires to call the attention of his friends and the
public. Ills assortment in this line cannot be surpassed
fn-novelty mid eloganco..and I.t.itjitquality_end price.
of articles, cannot-fail to please purchasers. -It would .
be Impossible 49 ornimenite his
• ' , II.OI,IDAY FANCY GOODS,
'which compriseOvery variety of fancy article of the most
'exquisite finish such ns. ' • •
• Papier Macho tisods, •
Elegant alabaster and porrahlthlnk,stands and trays,
• Fancy ivory, peel and shell card cases, `" " •
• Ladles' Fancy Baskets.
Fancy Work (loxes; with sowing instruments, •
- Port Monnaleth of every -variety, _ •
Gold posfs and pencils, Fancy paper weights,
Papetories, and a large verlety of ladles' Fancy station
-nr Matti seals and.wnfers, Silk and, bead purses,
- Ladies' riding whips, elegantly-011611rd, Ladies' line
. L . „ cutlery,
Perfume' baskets and hogs, •
Brushes of every kind for the toilet,
-Roussel's perfumes of the varbitts kinds, •• •
Muskat instrutnents, of nil kinds and at all prices,
together with an Innumerable variety of articles elegant.-
ly nished dvni suitable for holiday presents, to lrh
its Invites speelpl attention.
Also, an extensive and elegant collection tf
. IL MAY:GIFT BOOKS,
comprising they lons Englishand American ANNUALS
' for 1850• richly qtibelished and illustrated POETICAL
WORKS; 'w CHILDREN'S PICTORIAL BOOKS, for
children flail ages, than which nothing can be more
appropriate or pleasing asholiday gifts. Ills assortment
of School Hooks and 'School Stationery ... is also complete,
and comprises oVerything used in, College and the
Schools. Ile also desires to call the leiiticular atten
lion of Families to his elegant assortment of
LAMPS, Mit A NDOLES, Ac.,'
from the extensive ostablishments of Cornelius, Archer
and others of Philadelphia, comprising Sorry style of
Parlor. Chamber-an:l study Lamps, for burning either
Lard. Sperm or Fit herial oil, together with Flower Vases,
Fancy Screens, Ac. His assortment In this line is un
equaled in the borough. - Also,
FRUITS, FANCY CONFECTIONARY—NUTS—PRE
SERVED FRUITS, Ac..
in every variety and at all priTes, all of which are pure
and fresh such as can bo;confldently recommended to I
his friends and the little folks. Ills stock embraces
everything in the lino of Fancy Goods, with ninny other.
articles useful to housekeepers which the public are- es
Itemsmber the Ohl Stand, nearly opposite tho Bank tin
North Hanover street. ; I
S. NV. lIAVEIISTICK.
Dec. 10.1857. •
JUST _RECEIVED AND OPENING
AT NAUGLE'S CHEAP JEWELRY STORE,
' • Main Street, Carliile, h. •
A large supply of
-- ,/' :,..;,,.' 7 4- -„ - , r ~.. , Watches, Jewelry, Sit
..''..- s ''.-)`••ly .:,,,........ , ,,t e -;,,, vor and Plated Ware;
-•-- - • -t• '''''.f, ',......•_M4 to which I invite at-
E if • , 1.;:: - A rr_ tentlon.
- 4A i -...._.,_ 'i ? . l ' ----, lost
,trmu 71: ..;:i
:.-,,,,......- '...__2 - . ' .; ,:i : 4stck r' ofClocks, Watch
-. - 'SW?: . "------4 A .; .: r •-- ell, Jewelry, Sliver and
-7 . ... ,• . ' ....S. - -. 4.,-1. Pisted ware inCarUsie
-- -+ i lz4 - -yr't. - r - . A 1.1 '0,.-'- '' call
'"; 2:• = - -' - ' -.. --7 ,. At NAUGLE'S.
We.haye a large-assortninnt of Gold and Sliver Hunt
' log and Open Case Watches to cult ell Fancies and
- At - NAUGLE'S.
Tine 'and Cheap Jewelry of every style and - quality
in setts or by the place as wanted,
Silver and Plated Waiters, Cake, Fruit, Sugar, and
Card Baskets, SiWer, Table, Tea, Cream, 'Sugar, Salt,
Dessert and Crean, Spoons,
-2- At NAUGLE'S.
Fine Pearl, Lava, Coral, Cameo, Goldstone, Mosaic, Flo.
' rehtine Mosaic, Jet Box and GUM setts cheap
At NAUILVEL .
Diamond Breastpins avid yingerilli
• - Gold Ilonting_Case, Eight Day.Leyere LClold.A.lunt
• lug Case, Duplex; Gold hunting, Chronometers;- •-,----
Bagley's best quality of Gold Pencils; Ditto Gold
Pens and Sliver Holders, . . . .
- At NAUGLE'S.
Barer and' Plated -Tea Setts, - Goblets, Cups, Toast
Racks, Pitchers, Urns, Tureents Tea Bells, '
Gold Neek, Test. Curb, Tob, and Chatlaht Chains,
Gold Bracelets; Lockets, Tlalmbles,'Cmnses, Charms
' At NAUGLE'S.
French TIM° Pieces to run three and four Weeks,
Gold SieeVe, Tert,'Collar, and Shirt Ruda of all styles
and quality, 7
Plated Forks, Spoons, Knives, Napkin Rings, Silver
' At NAUCILE'S.
111AIruts, Accordoone, Music Boxes—a pie varloty,
Ladies' Portmenales, Pearl and Leather, Plain and
Fancy Travelling nags, very' rice stylus, cheap
. •At NAUGLE'S.
It you want to hive your Wadies put In good
pair and warranted, take them to
If you watt to get a Cheap Clock, you can get it
If you want your Sliver ware neatly marked at short
A ‘ t . N - AuaLvs.
All goOds-ivarranted an represented, or the money re.
' At NAUGLE'S.
' Persons that want bargains aro invited to ft h
• At NAUGLE'S ,
REQEIVE - -
. at Naugle's Cheep Jew
y fitorejillne supply of Gold and Sliver limiting
and open tea Watches, very tine end latest styles. — Aliso,
a large assortment or Fine Jeiwelri, Itolidey Presents,
.tm, Vileh we will Sell 'at a reduced :prim during tile
Inlays. The public , Is respectiully invited to cell cud
sea Me our geode tutors buying elsowiMre,
. . ' . "W. D. A. NAUGLE. ,
-- ~Ca?il ej- DeerB,4B6P
N • -
.() TiCE persons indebted to
11 the subscriber, are earnestly request'', t to Call
.and, Bottle- their accounts 'itithout' delay. The ally.
kmerthantsbatlng.adopled the ensWaTiltetn;trill cOmpol
us tO curtaltbur credits, and do as near a cash business
..."'lleo.10; 1847.] "• . • ... ,011A13 OGILB
ciABAS: AT C.OST.—Thq:;;ljuNcirjb'er
noetterlog lot 'id' CADAB' for ',bale at edit ,
ey : svill'be(tbaud deethible Air Ohrtetmee Preeente;
Dee,. 23,'67 3 - GISO: W. MTPIE'R.
VIG_ • TONS tla'reon
a the Warehouse of
(ItoilioLV.G; / AP S ' 6
' 4 ,
• 411.21:14,7g!,''''' •
- - -
tllO-6Alt.VEN'tE'liE;-E . R
E S .
•$ . AND BUILDERS. '
uo.'btahlicribers ;Would resentfully announce to the
public,lhat they Are now prepared to furnish the fel.
lowing doeiribed articles of MINDER: F i r st, Coalition;
Mid Funnel Flair, and' 'Maids ot ell thicness ; Com.
mon Bottrds and Plan of white pine; floihlock'Joice'
and Scantling. of all oboe and length.; ; ifhlte Pine and
Yalow,Plne Flooring, worked; all kinds of Pallng and'
Plastering Lathe; Pine and Cyprus Shingles of all qua ,
Mies; Shingling Lath add Striping, and Sensing,
Boards 20-foot-long. All thnbors sawed to, 01,1;4, by
leaving their bills, of all lengthuand sins, (pine, oak,
or Murdock.) Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings ready
for use. The above will be-furnislied on the most rou.
mashie terms, and at the shortest notices
TO COAL CONSUMERS.
• We havoConstantly ou baCid al,
°COAL Made i ra --
.. • ) ,11‘,' FAMILY
' t Such as Lykens Valley, Short Mountain, Trevor ou,
coat Mountain, Luke Fiddler, Sunbury. Wilkestarre,
and the Broad Top , for Blacksmiths; all of which we
will deliver to any part of the town tbt low as it bon lie
bought at any yard- in 'the town for cash or _country
produce. Coal ell re:screened end delivered clean. - Ey
strict attention to business, wehope"to receive a liberal
share ofpublic patronage. ,
You AIR find our Yard in the eastern and of the bo
rough, opposite the Oas Works. Our o ffi ce hereafter will
be apt op posit° Beat Ar Brothers store, in the Mice
now occupied by 'Squire Smith. All orders left At the
office or at either of.the subscribers' residences, on West
Pomfret street., or at East street, will be promptly at
tended to ,
• ./3HROM & HOFFER. -
Carlisle,- June a,
ciumBERLAND VALLEY BANK
WILLIAM KER, MELCIlgin BrctrairAN,
Ron. C. STERRETT, ' JOHN DUNLAP,
RICHARD WOODS, .„ JOON S. STERRETT, '
JOIIN C. DUNLIT.. '
This Brink;'doinglitasinesit in the name of Aar, Wen
neman & -Co., is nbw. fully prepared to do a general
Banking-Businessrwithyromptness - anittldelity.
Money received on deposit and ,paid back on demand
without notice: Interest paid on speelal deposits. Cer
tificates of Uepoait bearing hiterest at the rate of live
per cent. will be issiied..for as short a period as four
months. Interest on all certificates will cease at ma
turity, provided, however, that if said certificates are
renewed at any. time thereafter for another' given pe
riod, they shall bear the same rate of interest up to the
time of renewal. Particular attention paid to the col
lection-of notes, - drafts, checks; &c., in any part of the
United, tales or Canadas. •
Remittances made to England, Ireland, or f
neat. The' faithful and, confidential execution of all
orders entrusted to them, may be relleil upon. •
They call the attention of Farmers, Mechanids and
all r theta who desire a safe depository for their Dames,
to the undeniablelact, that the proprietors of this Bank
at CINDIVSDUaLLY liable to the extent of their estates fur
all the Depossts, and other obligations of Kor, Brenne
man & Co.
They have recently removed Into their, new liatilitnit
House directly opposite their Punter stand, in West
Main Street, a few doors east of the Railroad Depot,
.where thsy will at.all times ho pleased to give any in.
formation desired in regard tw money matters in &pim.
Opon for businiies from 9 o'clock In the morning uu I
4 o'clock In the evening.
It. A. STCROEON, Cashier.
Carlisle; MN , 20. 1857. •
FIRE INSURANCE.-,THE ALLEN
AND EAST PENNSBOItO - MUTUA . I:-FIRE IN
SURANCE COMPANY MCumberisud - c - onnty, Ismoijx.
rated by an ocAnfAssombly,lstniii, fully organized, Ind
in Operation under tho monagoment.of tho toil: wing
11 MM,...W.1.111tint Borgas,.Micha el Cocklin
J. Els helßlOger, Chlistials,'Stay man, John C. Dun•
min 11. Monger,'" J. Brandt, Joseph Wickersham
The rates of insurance 141.0 as low and favorable as any
Company of tho kind In the State. l'ersoliefwiehhig to
become members are Invited to make application to the
agents of the company, who aro willing to wait upon
them at any time,
BENJ. 11. MOSSER, President.
CHRISTIAN STAYNIAN, Vice President.
LEWIS lIYEIt, Secretary.
MICHAEL COCKLIN, Treasurer.
• . • ] AGENTS
CUMIIERIAND COIII]. ; TY. John Sherrick, Allen,
Rudolph Martin, New Cumberland; Henry Awing,
Shirenittuatown ; Samuel Woodburn; Dickinson ; Henry
Bowman, Churchtown; Mode Orlßith, South
ion ;--Falutiel Orabgnii. - W. — PennSlx]re'; Samuel (Wien
MOCII/111 'COMM ; .1. •W. Coeklln, Sheplicohteivn; D.
Coover, Slieliberdslown ; R. Hernial], Silver Spring;
Benj. Hubs stielt,'Silver.Spring f Charles Bell. Owlish,.
YORK COUNTY.—U'.S.Ticking,,Dorer; Peter Wel.
ford, Franklin ; 'Warrington ; J. F. hear
dorli, Washington.. •
VAUP,IIIN CO.—Houser d Loclunam Iltirslsburg.
Members of tine company having policies about t.o_cx
plre, ran bare tin m renewed by. maklug application 0
any of lino Agents.
•,• • "Man Know Tl4raelf." .
An Invaluable Boolcfor 25 emit. 'Eve
ry Family should - have - a Copy.
~._. ,, ,s ;,,‘ to t It:I/1,', _ MANUALR MEDICAL
.., s v t \ •,,,jujj rj r, ~, AND HANDBOOK
\.;ge, 5 - .nr,' fir :''c -FOP TICE AFFLICTED,•—
*. l s ; . ' t. . • • • • containing on outline of the
I "2 ‘..'
_,,, 4 4 : 1r4'* . ..: `-origin ,altttctt: e loTe c r e "r ys, form of /
_ .. ., l4.. (MANavy . ' ,: ease contracted by pr0w15•„...,..,
•„...,.., *.• .4 s"-fi-Is iar / N.:. cons sexual intercourse, by
‘,\'`,. self-abuse, or by sexual ox
_ • ///iii I lilt% tt • .. s. -with advice for -their
prevention, written In a familiar style, avoiding all
medical technicalities,and everything that would of
fend the ear of decency: .
Testimony of the Professor of Obatetilre in l'enn.
College, Philndelphia.—• DR. HUNTYIt'S MEDICAL
.= . MA.NUAL.--Thc-authon_a_this,rork,-unlike..tho.
• majority of those who advertise to cure the discos
on of which it treats, is a graduate of ono of the
0 4, best Colleges in the United States. It affords me
~...., pleasure to recommend him to the unforttaate, or to
the victim of malpractice, as a successful and ex-
CO porienced practioner, In whose honor and integrity
IN they may place the greatest. confidence.
. JISEPII LOAHIORE, M. D. ~
From A ' Woodward, M. D., of Mum. University;
..g.i Philad. It gives ins pleasure to add my testimony-
' to Gm Professional ability of the Author of the
PGMedical Manual."—Numerous cases of Macaws of
the Genital Organs, some of them of bog standing,'
a have come under niy notice, in which his skill has
been manifest in restoring to perfect health, in
IA some instances where the patient has been co . usid
'6,4 ered beyond Medical aid. I n the treatment of semi
... produced by Sur-mums, or EXCESS of, Venery, 1- do
lo not know his superior in the profession. I have
•-:_: been acquainted with ,the Author some thirty
. 1 4 years, and doom it no mare than justice to him AN
lg.'. we ll as a kindness td the unfortunate victim of ear;
lindlscretion, to reeoutmend.hlut as inte,ln whose
professional skill and Integrity. they may safely
. confide themselves.
_ . . ALFRED WOODWARD, 31.1 D.
Ono copy, socurel enveloped,- will be forwarded free
of postage to any part of the United Staten liir,2s etc..
or ti ,•oples for $1 00. Ai , Address COSiIEN CO.,
Publishers, Box 197, Philadelphia. • I
BAksollere, Canvassers and Book.Acexita supplied,
on the moot liberal tunas. •
. Doe. 9', 1897.—1 y. • ' '
LIADDLE AND HARNESS MAK
ky ING. The subscrlborcontlnuorto - carry - on - thd
above business, in all its various branches,lu Northliair
over street, Carlisle. two doors North of Leonard's cornel
where he intends keepingl, on hand +immoral assortment
In Wsllllo consisting ot all kinds of fashionable SAD
MRS, ilekilea, !Martingales, Girths,
- arciAglesand iletenbalso TRUNKS,
..,.....„,,, \ \ v traveling and saddle 5m,, - --,,_
i bags. Ile also inam :3'..1 --.
, 0 -ufacturos the most ' 4(if `II
i i i (14 a l p ru p o ro ti vid o : B e r a ti Es e it oveir
In; , til d e
, 1 ,, IN 11 •
some, durable and pleasant saddle
--will do well-to call-and - 500 them. lie.
. a . also manufactUreelfarnoss, Bridles,
Collars and Whips in all their voile
Elm and confidently believes from the general approba
Lion Of 1,10 customers, that ho makes the neatest and
. best gears, in all their variety of bredth', that Is models
the country. 110 also makes all kinds of Mammies to
order, via: Straw, Rusk, Ouriodqtair and Sprit* Mat
mom:- 4)I -the abovo artieles , will-be -made of tiler beet ,
Mateilid and iforkinaltshlp, and with the utmost deal
patch. ' WIII. OSBORN.
NOTICE is hereby - .given that I flare
a. this day associated with me,' as a partner tu.-th •
Forwarding, , Commission and Omln Businest, my son
A LIIEIVF 1111F.101, and that the aboro btesineas will
ho hereafteiithulucted under the 'name ofJ. lIIIERNI
N. fl—Tlldliost Utah pricos for PRODUCT of all Klda,
FLOUR, WIINAT, RYE, OATS, do. Balt„l'lnstor, de.
always on hood and for solo. .
Carlisle Nay 1 i, 1857.—tf. " ,
chased from J. It. - tionemaker his LIVERY EP
TABI.ISIIMESE, I will bo alwaym .ready. _to..aratdruna.
aite this public atith . ItOltdES, CAR
AGES, BUGGIES, and every other ar
ticle in my line. By strict attention to
bustaess end a desire Go please, the pubscrlber hope to
metre a liberal share of public patronage. •
GEORGE II NNDEI:.
N. 11. Omnlb wee ou hand to supply Maio who may
be In need of them. . G. 11.
' Nov. 26, MT.]
Alt D. ---We would respectfully but
eathestly urge upon' the attention of thole of our
customary who hove accounts standing on our, hooks,
the actunt necessity there exists fee the settleinent bf
the SAM I DIXEDIAT4Y, dtherby note or otherwise. - a •
)IENTZ & BROTHER, .
7 Opposite the Post-001re.,
Dec. 2,1857.1 '
ItpAPER 8, :MOWER;
itt: The, subruriliere •barini; •biain.afipointeir sole
;lc (9r l. l7 s ti o tg : Ls . C ., oti:
r u °Ul l a:J7 p ar:
. .m u ... l , y r : wit h
new prepared to receive orders..: Persons wishing to se..
cure the hest emiubined 'machines In neap will, please
apply early; es the /windy Is limited. • '
• ' '• ASCTIA,4I. ammo& & eti.
Seed and 'lMplenient Store, For. ith and .Market
CORM 'OMELLERB 1 tiORNB . ..I:IELLERB
for both hand and.horse power, of ewperlor rWilltr•ind
Apish; audit geeatry reduced prime
, also Moot, PiTait
and Fodder Outten, .t 0..• •• • „
. • rAtioliAtt. moin7B.
cor. 7th and Market Streets philadelphta.....
• . . r • ....rm...
od hdvleg been anpolkod solo agents In
for the. Prouty plows and Outings, sitenow prepared to
offer them to Partners sod Do/do:sat wholesale and in.
tall: - The Prouty Plow - tool( the tirst preac:llloAV? tile.
'World's Far 1U .London; spins tall eompotitton ; audio
constructed qo 98 to plow:And nulvorlse st,ono ,Opers.,
tlon. For tho last ton years "It hod beatinooro talon.
steely sold In ,tho. dist:let 'arotuod'Phlladolphis than
any, other: and le now' offered of-ItnlirOriSi* nutuurso , ,
turq or all the diffargut shies.
- ' PdSOIIALL 1110/11111Wo.0"
PACor4thiltlit*Fkot IftCTlAl9.l9lpbl9 ! -
r' ", •
1211 I 1 a
A. K. Rimy
fa ps.l :fa Ait 'LIN
_IXMINSE, STOCK OF MAKI:MARE.
aubairibur has jat taturnod *Gni, the Bateau •
tiontivOitid calf the attention of Walken& and;
the public. generally to the; laige: and, well selected na
. B Pftusesit MfoRDWARE Which he has now. on hand:
CODSmusig in port of 'BUILDING MATERIALS, such no
Nails; Screws,Bata; Locki, Olson of, every do
ackiption and:quallty,huch as.ComnioneWhita,pollehed
Auteriflui,Frouch,'llortmolled and Polible ;thick of nil
sizes, Paints, 011q-Varnishes, do., &c. • ; !-•-• •-
• TOOLS—lncludingEdge .Tools .very - dASciiPil ol l,
SAWS. Planes; Brace and Ditto; Angers, Squares, (lunges,
Files, Itaeps, Hammers, Vices, Anvil, Scebw Plates,
tinhicksailitho Belleiva:&e:ian: • ' , • •
ameuinkere and Saddlers will find alarge assortment
of Toole of every deseriptien, together with Ladles' and
Oentlem'ens' ' Morocco Lining, Binding, Fatont and
Freneh•Calfiikins,..flhoe..Throad,Awl„s Vi'ax,yegs,, '
Hama MOnnting,;CollarsiUirtli Wblifsiock Ma ,
hair, Saddle' Trace, &c., ac.
Aso, Conch Makers Tools and Trimmings of all kinds,
suelfas Hubs, Spokes; Eelloes, Shafts, Bowe; FlOor Cloth,
Canvass, Closh„Dausask, .Fting, Lace, Moss, .Axles,.
Spring Belts, Ac., do,----
Cabinet Makers will find a large assortment of Tar
ashes, Oak, Walnut, and Mahogany Veneers, Knobs of
all kinds and, sizes, Mouldings, - Rivas, link Cloth,
.''lush, Curled flair Chair and Sofa Sponge,•&a„ do. "
'Housekeepers will also find a largo assortment of.
Knives and Forks, Iliatannia, Alban and Silver Plated
Table oLd Tea SpoOns, Candlesticks, Waiters,, Shovels;
and Tonga, Iron and Brass Kettles, Paul; &c., : together
with Cednrware of all kinds,csuch as Ta4s.. Burkett',
Churns, &a, &e.
Agricultural implements,altbracing Placa of all kinds,.
cultivators. noes, Shovels, Bakes; Forks, Chains, &c.
..11LONos large stock;comprising all kinds In general
use whichl am *tolling at ally wholesale prices. '
Remember the old stand, East Main street, Carlisle.
LYItINGUOU Val BPItING
)0 GOODS! 'Bouts and Brother haVe just opened oue
of the largest and best assortments of Dry Goods over
-.brought to CATIIIIIO. Their stock has been selected with
"more than tonal care from the best bosses in New York
-and Philadelphiniand - evory effort-made to obtdi tribe
latest rind must fashionable styles of dress: Thrly flat
ter then.elveothey will be able to suit every varietyoT toste at prices es low or lower' than they MO be
bought here or In the city.
Black Silk Rolm; Berme Robes, Poplins. •
Fancy Silk Robes, Lawn ' . Accoline,
Foulard Silks, Orono vine;
Bayadere Silks, Pure Chalk Gingham Lawn.
Moire Antique,,Dural, —4ctrUumbashie.
:India, • • • •Cowed° Espag4Fßipam.
Dimming, 'Ail wood &lane
I — Meg Silks, Taniartine, Cashmere.
~:A toll assortment of wbitti dress goods, Nainsook Nium-•
Bus, Victoria Lawns, Figured Swiss, 'Velvets for
ties, White and Black Crape Shawls. Stella Thibet,ldotle •
nod Broths Shawls, Ac. Bonnets, Bonnet Satins, B
bons, Flowers, Ae.,.Coronation, Cruvelln and Crinoline,
Skirts for Ladles, Also, Collars, thidersleeves, lined
kercblataln groat variety. u •
Cloths, Cassimeres, Drop °ti t Cashmorels, Summer Cos.
,simeres, Cottotmdes, Silk ndershirts, Linens, Ilmidker.
clue!, A.c.' • . • •
-- • DOME TIC GOODS..
Blenched and unbloals eilLition and Cotton Slicetings,
_Table Linens, \y Olen d* to, Plano Cover, Counterpanes,
Straw Mats, Plats. Loot , tog Glinses; 'Pickings, Window
Shades of all kinds, Umbrellas, 3lusllns and every on
rletrof Dry Goods In common use. °
Me have Just laid In a largo stock of Tapestry,lpgraln,
Mixed and Rag Carpet, Oil Cloths. Matting,
Strati, Mats, Ac., at lowest prices. We respectfully in
vite the public to call and examine Our stock bofore pur
chasing. We have bought our assortment at such
paces that we cannot be undersold.
Special attention paid to purchasing goods In the city
per order at shortest notice. ' ' •
Everywill bu glade by the firm to give !maniac
.Lion those Who may favor them with a call.
-- - -BENTZ A BROTIIER.
sUSPINSI.ON Ak D. ITS..,CONSE
'' , fhogo who ' , slat to see the effects of. the present FI
NANCIAL CRISIS, which has almost plunged our
country into n state of bankruptcy, Oinking the rich of
today the poor of to morrow, can do so by enlitng nt the
NEW STOKE of the pubsolbor, who has Just returned
from the cant with nlarge assortment of
DRY GOODS, RROCERIRS, 11001'S, SLIORS, ItATs,
•AKD CAPS, •
which he Is determinate sell cheaper titan over offered
In Carlisle, fur Coon. •
Scotch 'Maids nt 371/ worth 621 , ..c, •
De Lotoos " 191 " 25,
Thibet Cloths" 15 " 25,
Ducala " " - 25, •
Together with a large,issorttnent of Alpacas, Challies;
Do haloes, Do Barges, Lustros, Poplins, Brilliants, Skirt
ing, French and Penult Climb:tins. Prints, Gloves, Col•
tars, liandkerchlefil, Ac, Shawls of every
style and 'quality. Staple and Demesne Dry Goods.,
Cloths ClisAlutet VeStin r. -
lungs, Strip., Checks. Callen. ettetindes, Linens,
Sheetintm-Detilms,' Nankeens,Marseilles Quilts;
colored and white Carpet Chain, Umbrellas.
Also, a large And splendid assortment of Bonnets, lints
Cape, - Itnettland I.lhoes„ - whielt xttll be - eold nt the present .
grently.reduced prices. - • • .
A superior let of Fresh Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Ma
lasses, Rice, FOCI'S, Le.; Ac. Having selected my entire
Stoat with the greatt.st care And nt the lowest
prices, l ran assure my Mundt and the public generally,
that 1 will do all in my power to make Any establish
merit knoin as the
"HEAD QUARTERS FOR BARGAINS," -
Those who wish to purehase will find It to their ad
vantage to•eall and examine my stock before pun:hate
L will pay the highest market price for Butter, Eggs
Rags, Soap and Dried Fruit.
earlisle, November 141857.
- AT S. C. 111.1YETT'S
Shad and Mackerel of different graded,
Bahasa, Seale Fish and White Fish, •
At HUY ETT'S.
Codfish, Bnlt and Pickled Herring,
Cheese and Crackers can behad - • -a 5 •
• -4"' ACHUYETT'g.
--- Dried Fruit, Preserves and Jellies,
• • At lIUVETT'9:
Sugar Cured Beef and Hams,
A flesh supply of LIQUORS,
Olin, White Lead, At,
STOCK OF DRY GOODS FOR
The subscriber, from continued ill health, and by the
advice of his physicians and friende,; offers his clock t f
DUX I.loglefor solo, that ho may thereby be divestml
of all the cares of business, and Le entrthed to devote
his attention entirely to the restoratiotitif Ids health.
Tho natures *lll elm Iso sold Mid the store room of
feted for rout. To any one having the ntyessary rapt.
tel, and who will devote his attention - to the business.
this will afford a rare chance. Tho custom to already
made, and as tho stock bee received frequent additions
in Any. July. and August. to an amount exceediut
WOO, &WO more would then ton plete it for the Fall
Trado. 'For particulars esquire of
N. Il.it of Goods suitable for the seamovjust ro
°said • [Sept. 2, itib7. •
REP Ana yoit WINTER 1
• PARLOR AND COOKING STOVES.
he subscliber, at hie old stand on North Ilanover st.,
Carlisle; the sign of the "Mammoth Red Coffee Pot,'llle.
Res to call the attention of Oro public to his large as
ortruent of STOVES, of the newest and most fashiona.
ble styles, fromihe.best 'manufactories in 'the
country, and at all prices fromss to $l5.
- 3 _, Among his PARLOR A CHAMBER STIiVES
,": yin... - ... are the' 3firror Stove, the Arctic:Revere, Star,
.'r,__;— Persian, Union and lEturLAlr Tight, together
--:r with other patterns which he has of all size ' s
for parlors or chambers,andeiticulared for burning either
wood or coal. Also, the Atm', (Dube, Aster, Albaoy,
Flatstop and Bandbox or Poor Man's, with other COOK=
INO STOVES; comprising the latest improvements in
kitchen stoves, and Intended for either wood or coal.—
Also,lhe Dining Room Cooking Stove—a new and ele.
ganurticic, to which_Ve Invites_ Um.particular-wttens
this of'familles. 'llls coking stoves range in pike from
$1 'to 25, with the fixtures complete. Also, Nine Plate'
St-ves of various patterns and different prices.
'Alio, ENAMELLED AND TINNED WARE for Cook.
ing Stoves, Brass Kettles, do. Also; every article in the'
line iff Tin and Copper .Ifare. The public are respect.
fully.tovlted to call as he is confident with his large
stmk, variety and cheapness, of being able to give eu
thosatialliction to every purchaser. Call and see.
04.86. 1864. 61. 510ItRIS
ifiGAS 'FITTING AND PLUMB
4iNa. The undersigned would inforin the
eitinons'of Carlisle that he ban suede arrang.
montatodoUAd FITTING and PLUMBING at short u.
tire; and on-reasonable tenon. Ile has engaged the or,
aloes of a first rate hand from Philadelphia, and ban sup
pliwk himself with- an extonsiso assortment of
UILEB, which will enable bins to fill all order,. prornriti:
All work will be warranted. Ilia atm* at Una Fixture ,
will be found In the room exactly opposite bin Tinnin
establishinenton Barth Ilanoverstreet, where be Invite
a call. • - -
TINNING, SPOUTING, &e.—lle Is also prepared**
furnish, or make Io order, every eirtlcle of TIN,WAIG
used by,bousekeepers arid °them . . will also
to SPOUTING, HOUS*ItOOPIAG, BELL HANGING
Thankful for the patronage With which be bastalread.
been favored, he respectfully solicit a' continuance o
Carlisle, June 14...64
EUOSW.IIEAT, - •'• '• - ...- , • .
•.. Cntuberries, : .
' • • ' - Hominy,
• .. - Raisins, • . • - •
' . Cumuli*.
• ' • . • . Citron, •--
• •. • • • . .. Cinnamon,
with; al other Spleen and articles au - Rabin for dolly use,
hestrand of the finest quality, In store and for sale by
. . -J. W. EBY. „
' :.r:„. , - .. t• . • ..,.:', ,' , ....t : •. ~ 'l, i:
. • : •''
AT. X3l THE SACK,
' ' • - Cl#1:411.13;
just recalled at the Irareftr'OroceilStote'er • -
Dec 23.'67.].- .1 J. D. PAT:BERT.
C4O- 7 A . V''P , 2litt' l ;4 ES.
Fny' nfornutio.; 7rito . ox„alry to't.e *gip, of tI)
, ' ,
Nt"-`S''.(;Y: C l.
- .I ; 1.21'8410)4104par liaaJoet retuined from the city
• andhi now opening his third 'enpply of Fell and Winter .
(bode: haught at selitly , 4ro.dpced_pricos or, cash and
will besold foi:tbe eaeb at the,JoWtat P 87.411. ; e '
My old austouferiituid the tinblLetti general ere'
tel eallmlalat,the.assortnietit,TTS nottiplete'and:get':,
/ 0 ,/eir4.
7'19104E- .LA'RGI4:p.WiI AND
Name la kept always on hand, or made to order, ova
• ry style of Froneli
. TETE.A.-TISTES, In Phsh, Hair'
Cloths or Broaden°. •
Frond, Full :Antral.' Medallion, Parlor ARM CIIAIIIS
French Full Stuff Carved PARLOR CHAIRS, In sets
with Plush, Hair, or Ilroadelle.
SOFAS; half French Mahogany and Walnut Parlor
CHAIRS, in Cloth or Plush. • .
ROCKING CHAlRSvarlous designs, In flair, Cloth
Stuff Spring LOIINGEEi , -a 14ge Assortment always
on hand, or any pattern mane 'or covered with any
goods to order. .
CIIASIBER SUITS--ItdWal ur,' complete, from *3,
CANB - CHAIRS - rtnilillacki dirt, 157 ,, tlftiltif .
mont ready-made in the United States—from $l2 a do
- liar itoom,fofflee mot Dining CRAMS, - n - Gek, - Wal;
lint or 31allogotiy, with Cane, 'Wood or Stuffed Seats—
an assortment endirtialig liver fel dozen.
.Wolid Seat CHAIRS and SErfltUS nod ROCKING'
CII A IRS—over 100 dcccv.
Feather Beds. Ilideand, Husk' slattressai of every va•
fluty. Also, all Itlnds_ofilllt and Plain Frames for
A. MATIHOT, 25 North Git'y'Street,
Near Fayette street.
Jugr 10, 1857
exteMilso eatalillaliment is now to Complete or
der and supplied with the beat machinery tor exbrutim
work In ovary dep;irtment. The buildings hare 211S1
bran greatly enlarged tills spring end slicked with LI.
'Kennet. and most, 'repoved Livia fur Ulu manulicturt
DO6ltS, 1)ilC THAMES; SASH,
Shutters, Mouldhigs, lino:hots and nil nth
kinds of Curpontur worrk. %Va . Invite , lluilders. Co
palters and others to coil and exatnino our foal flies I',
doing , tidy description of work. hest 3lnterini
used And prices ns h w no It any other extublishinent l / 4 1
Oa County or also here.
STEAM ENO IN ES Bill L'l"ril ORDER.
nod ropnlred as horotol'ow. - . 1::rloon tare Amen rot;erit:
ly built Jru W. In 'this 1. 0 r0, 4 1,,
it. Bryson k Co. Allen township, All k Drothor, Neiv
yille, Shade k 1Vot?el, North Ifildleton. 111 Id
at who.e establishment they may be roan in J.llly
eration.and to vhfwu ratirefer lilt 4,1./oltelof their
• 1110 N AND BRAS. f34.',.,EINGS:_.
of ever• description, from the smallest to the heaviest
pieces, executed at short notice for over• kind of ma.
chinory. Alargo variety of mill castings now on hand:
To Skillful Pattern makers.ronstonny
EPARTNII firomptly 'attended to for.' Paper' Mills,
instillerles..llriat Mills,,Factories.'ke. Turning and
FiltheMill Spindles. ,Ifie.,done in tbe , host stytn. -
THRESHING 1 ACW NES A tiII.IIOIISE POIVEMS,
such as Bevil (tear- Fnur Hors., Power; Tiofizontal
Opar Four- and Two„.llnrsn_Poworso2ont Owner&
Vroshers, Ir o n Hollers. Idnugh . rastings, and .nthor ar
ticles for tanners, on band or promptly math, to order.
and repalred.. Our farillges_for buildlow-Cars are; note'
more complete thou heretofore and 1014111.13 Inf_to fur.
• Lish them to transporters on the rail road.ma
dating terms end made of the best 'materials. _Orders
solicited and entlie Rattfifaction ittaranteet.
The long experience in the business of the senior
partner of the firm, and the completeness of our ma
chinery•ln every branch_of the establishment warrant
- in assuring the 'best work to all who favor .tts
with their orders. The eontpuodpatronage of our old
frlembi and the public Is respectfully solicited. '
May 20, '57—'3.. F. OARDNEit & CO.
NEW AGRICULTURAL IVARE
. • • . ROOMS. • •
The subscrllier, located hi-the basement oh-tho-Metini.
dist Church, opposite the Railroad 'Depot, in now re
ceiling a variety of Farming Implements, such as'
GRAIN DRILLS, ••
CORN SIIELT,ERS, •
. - , FARM 11011,1415,
Corn and Cob 'Grinders (Scott's Glant,) the Crescent
Grain Mill, horse Shovels . , REAPERS AND MOWERS
(Manny's'with Wood's 'lmprovement.) Straw Cutter
Act, all of which are of the Most improved kind and
workmanship, and will he sold on the most accommoda
ting terms. Farmers are respectfully invited to cull
and exultant, belbre purchasing.
tyij, For the convenience of farmers, Moors's Patent
Gralis Drill will be sold at Shiremanstown by. litiniamin
Clay, and at Shippenshurk; by Christian Long.
August CO, 1856.—1 y.
GRAHAM, J. L. McDOWELL, S.M. DAVIDSON
GRAHAM, NIcDOW ELL Sc CO ,
• GENERAL LAND ADENTS,
Lepechworth Ctty, Kansas Territory.
AI T ILL buy, sell, and locate landi in
Kansas and Nebraska Teri Ittirles, lowa and
Western 31Issourli huy and hell lands, loan and Mies(
- money. buy and null drain, giro Information respecting
. the.country, and don general agency business.
John 11. Bretton, Esq.. Carlisle, .
Wm. 31. Ileotem, Banker, s.'
110n..1. 11. Graham
Kor, Brenneman A ' Co., Bankers, Carlisle.
Wm. 31. Henderson, Esq., Carlisle.
` - tleorgo Salidenion EsqTLaileastek.Pa.
Dr. John Ahl, C., Newrille, I'n.
Wm. S. Cobean, Esq., ••
B. W. Clark & Co., Hankers, Philadelphia,
lion. Michael o,,cklin, Shoplierdstowth Da.
Henry Reiman & Sons, Merchants, ilalthnore. - -
E. L. Illake,,Esq., Cashier 31ereantllo Bank, New York.
Snyder & 31`larlane, Real Estdto
Minnessota Territory. .
Vitt. Kllgare. Esq., Attorney and 'Beal Estate Agent,
IL W. Mather, Esq., Henry city, 111.
Ric.Onv. Joseph Minor, Cumberland county, Pa.-
. E. W. Clark & Co:, Bankers, Nillsjulphla.
Octr. - Pollockj - Ilatriabutg, •
-Manrlt 18, .1857.-IYr
Alt AI ER S 14 - 0 O.K II ER E !
. • TiIItESIIINU.MAOHINKS!
The subscriber desires to We're; Inman; and the pub
lic generally that he notr'itas on hand and Is con•
iffsfaittlYtnanufactUring Threshing. Afehlies-wltli Pier; -
ptint's Patent Shaker, which are gonerally'fackticitrb'
edged to be the best articles now in use. Also a variety
of Ingproved Mier 'Wilms, corn Stuillers, Strair Cut
tern And Plauk's Celebrated Plow. lie also attends to
the repairing of AgrieultutuLltischinery In the best
- manner and on reasonable terms. Manufactory on
North linuover Stmt., directly opposite the residence
Sept. 2, '1,7-15 JOHN PLANK..
...TrowARB!. HARDWARE !
JOHN I'. LYNI: k SON \
are now receiving their Fall Stuck of 'forager°. which
Is unusually large, and in connexion 0 itlf,their for
heavy stock makes it one of the largest and 'most
varied assortments over offered to this pubile. 'now
.Lase every thing tort the Partner. the Builder, Hie
Merchant, or the public, may want In their lines, and'
which they are selling at the very lowest priers. They
solicit a call front the !Wilk boiore Making their per•
chases, as they feel confident they ran offer indueumunts
that will reward the bn .ur for the trouble. '
Fettling thankful to n onerous public for their'forine) l
literal patronage, n continuance ufthe same it solicited
at our old stand In North Hanover Street. Carlisle.
JOHN P.' LYNN & SON.
October 8, , 1850. •
SUPERIOR CORN SHIM
•I,I/44. " LERS of various sizes and • patterns for
.- • hand or horse power. Vegetable Outten',
, Homo Poweis and Threiliors, Hand and
Power Grain Mille, Barmen. Boilers, Grain ,
Yaffe, tirindetones with friction Rollers. ilarn:dnor Rol
lers. Bull Rings of Steel Copper and Silver plate, • Bull
Nippers for, loading, Horse and Oa Muzzles, Palest Bow
Pins, Ox Yokes and BOW, Shepherds . Crooke. Rock Sall,
Nine Prueing Saws, also Pruning SAWS and Chisels,
with everything nerded by the Farmer or Gardener at
wliolesale and retail. •
, - PASCUAL!, MORRIS & CO.,
Implement and Seed Shire.
1857 • .•
,1 • 7th and Market streetr. PION;
il; : • :" • .
7 AND POTHHiIt CHTTf.,lL—llisving been ap.,
' • ; pointed solo agents imildladelphia to the
( tab)vki eiltter . ,we.Ar r (11(15(.0,:mppjyj,t140111
traction and finish.; Four'yearii . trial in thle - iiebtlein
estabilshed their reputation as the best Milt% of
the liLui In the market. They' are' adapted far hand bi
Mule purer, soli:sharpening, and ire 'simple, durabie
and efficient. • .
; • PASCHALL
, • Implement atul. Seed Store, '';.
; 7th and Marketstrliots,
no0111'1011'11ENT.r.”1 ~,, ''' 'TT
he well Known. , lhtelllog 'Boum, end' Stare Rothe
eltuete In Alain street;- - end'noW:ln 'the 'oeenpeney br
Cherle*Oxilbyiwlll - belerrent - frpia the first, df Ark.
next.' Per terms enply.t6
4. 7 ,Anosg,F , trti 7. viAti*Ensiox.
13L.A,0K5A11.11 16 '.. 0 A L
“ mop * *al, for sale
I Apsoutill,lw.; , ; - , vr; *pima
. . . .
I l ritn 23.6ticrtiseinciits.
6 ot's ay Street Ware-roan
No. 26 Gay Street, near Fayette, ,
CALL AND SAtiILFACtORY,
E.t Jlnfu Strout, OARI,ISLE
BU lIITEN CA 11$11U1 LT,
r elr i ffi
•iT 129%, .
7 17 741. 7 .
140 40L - E D A L. P R
1 0 1 l
KNABE;sonlor partniir of the late firm
of Knibe, Orehliß ettoiontlnues the' manufacture and
saIiofORANDTAINO SRUARE PIANO FOItTES, under
Alio • name of WILLIAM •KNABE the - old
stand, Nos. 1, a,- fiend 7 ,North Eutaw - stutet, opposite
- the Eutaw'llouse, Baltimore: —' • • • • -
Thankfill for the extensive patronage received by the
Into firm ror.the last • fifteen:years, I respectfully-beg
leave to Inform the public; that since the death of end
,01:411 partners, Mr. henry Oreille, by 'which the part.
-nership was diselVed, I hotel' purchased the entire
large otock of unfinished Planes, lumber, and other
prepared niaterials belonging to the late firm. I shall
therefore 'Continuo the business ht the old Mat ii-as
above, and will endeavor not only to sustain the well
established reputation of the late firm, .but 'to excel
all farmer efforts In perfecting the Plano Forte. '
. Stine the dissolution of the latii firm, Lain manufnet.
turing Plante on - a - new and much Improved scale.—
ThefilAlestrument finished according to the now de
signs, was deposited in the Nalr of Elio IlaryliiuJ Insti
tute, held October; 1855, at "Which it took the .highest
honors of tile institution, having been awarded the
"Gold 'Medal Pri.lOium," over the unusual
Of fourteen Planes, eibibited by•senie of the best um
bers of 11eston;;NSVt York awl Baltimore. • ,
At the. Aunual Industrial •Exhlbltions, held In Oc
°ober, 7 1 55. and October. 1850, by the Mechanics' Instb.
. tote of Jytunnuni; , ,Virginin, Plaueswere also limn d
td the` 110.4 Premiums.
Agaiik, , at the into ef . itlio Maryland Insiltute,
- held tirt \
usually refracted investigations et the merits of the,
eighteen instruntenbr on ,exhibit)on, front the need
celebrated factorlils ef Atilltimove, New ,Yerit and lios.
ton, my Pialing were again nwarded,the highest honors
of the Institution, they haring received the “..1701.1
!edam Certificate," an Minor only adjudged to articles
of suck superior merit as to defy'competillon-for. two•
• Alm', at 'lke Third Exhibition of the Metropolitan
Mechanic's Institute: held in Washington. D.C. March
1e157, they - wore ettee 'Mork
. , awarded the highest hon
With regard tothe qualities of my pianos, I ronti•
deafly refer to the testimonials I tun constantly to
relying from Professors and Amateurs. speaking for .
tlithosolves and othors,• of the high appreciation In
.whielt my I tmt runteuts are always held, and which ran
be such at my ll'arerotints. And this Is the best and
most relialde assuranee I can wry, tin .custonters, ^opal' '
from nay'roWn knowledge of the Int.truMents; that In
purchasing at my establishment.' they aro guarantedd
the Poss,ssion of a Plano, equal', - if not superier,to any
made hi this country or Europe. -
' Ali Pianos Intileat my ,yartory:have full Iron Frantes,
I,olog so constrUrted as to secure great additional
strength. witliont affecting The TONE, and therefore will
gland In any ellinate. 1' . .. ,
Pianos made it) order, of Any liinol.of wood, and. with
Any style of finish that may be desired.
The greatest rare Is bestioredrupon idytworh, and • tug
select lon' of the hest materials; end ettry Instrument
•turnett out of my' factory ran therettore to fully wan.
ranted as possessing nil the qualities requisite for a
good Piano.. .
All I nstrumen to of nip ma n uthrture aro t !so , guaram
teed for five years from the day of sale
Particular NlTi'lltloll Is OM to lino selection of Ill•
struntents for distant orders, and n rnivmstis or rx•
otallor.gninted ninny tIEIO within NIT months from -
the day of Wald, should such Instrument not give entire
sattsraetion. - - ' ~ •
*l)..WitoLgsll.E - Pg.11A:11:4 *Tiff turft - to TUT, r - iiirinnt..
age to give me it call before purchasing elsewhere.
trw,Alonstantly on hand a tine aNsortment 'or MELO. '
DEONS, of the test makers; at prices from $4.5 txl.s2oo—
single and double reeds-111111 also atlh double
hey boards and ETITN, well. adapted for the tai.ofsmall -
PIANOS exchanged . , hired, or tuned.
WM'. HN ABE.
'I 'hr toll net lig test liattnials frotii two of tio , nettit end.
coot Plat ions in the troth], trill shim . luny my 'antra
moot.: at. aintrerinfed by those great Perfume's, who
bane had opportunities for testing the toot Pianos' on
Europe tool Aimed. a: . , I
yin. W. Hie utl:, Lattimore: ..
DAM . Sit,' I hAVA r,11•111 pleasure in. certifying OA I
have tried your : 4 ,111,1AV Piam,. and find theist cqual.•ft
)vhielidlatingub.h them, is the event , . of
tono, - the :nrretarll6 and oven touch, and volume of
tone. Wishiyou all the success you sb de.
tarve, - I run, Air. yours very-trulY, ,
tiltin,e, Dee. 83, 1850 :._
To Nes . sss, Wm. Kuehn & Co., Balthnore:
-- - lentlenun : Permit 'mu to e . x prom you herewith my
sincere thanks for the superb Il rand and Square Pianos
which you Kara loaned me, and on which I have per
fornied-nt my concerts. I cannot but congratulate you
upon tlfe immense progresa and improvements you con
continually make on 'your Pianos. which, in my lapin.
lon,-ran It among the very best in thin country.
-- With hearty wihhes for -your outruns and' prosperity,
which you richly defmrve by your entdrptise, energy and
activity, I remalu yours, very truly,
uly'ls, 1557—.4y. MAURICE STRAHOSCIL
`Allegi2tql NUT St,
'Market St., above Eighth,
HOVER'S LIQUID-HAIR DYE.
Thu tostluiony of Prof. Booth and , Dr. Iniorkle
haring preciuunly heon puhlitified, tho following In now
From Prof. MeCLOSKY, formerly professor ,of Theory
and Practice or Medicine; 11 thu Femoi, 310,i1Cali
loge of Pennsylvania, and late Prolessdr of Surgery in
the American College of Medicine, &e.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 27th. 1850:
II Al It DT Ii will convince the moot skeptical, that it is
a NAVE, ELEOONT, NMI EFFICACIOUS preparatinti. Unlike
many others:it has in toren& Instancei proved ser
vßeable In the cure of some cutaneous eruptions cur the
heist, anti I have no hesitation In, commending it to
- those requiring such an application •
Very renpectfully, J. F. X._;,tIeCLOSEY, M. D.,
477 Race St., above 17th.
• HOVER'S WRITING INKS, including- HOVEIPS'
WRITING FLUID, and 110VRipS
still maintain their higlbUltariteler, Which inns dhiaVs
distinguished them, and the extensive demand first
'breated. has continued uninterrupted,untli the present.
Orders addressed - tolliallanuthetory, No. 410 - IVACIS
Strttet, above FOG Itti I; (old No. 144,) Philadelphia, will
receive'prentpt attention hy^ - , -
JOSEPH 11. 11001/141, Manufacturer.
►EfIE GNE C BELT'.
. • -
undersigned. - aftermanyyearetif ciireftii44Afft4
.audexperiumut, have dis Covered. and_ perfected o
convenient and uunaurytineablo moans of completely
- wentrollng the maternal function, without employing
any of the unnatural and deleterious expedients so of
ten resorted to for that purpose. Apart from its SPECIF
IC tee rf preventing Coneeptlon, It is an, infante
means of restoring to health and vigor the abused,
rouged and enfeebled procreative (auctions of females,
and of re-Invigernti intend restoring the general health
to Its wonted constitutional Integrity. It consists of a
M SOW:Me IlrtT, which encircles the tasty directly over
the os tutwe,-by thp Magnetic vtelion of which the be.
.emetating pone is intlweepied aid hold in obey once,
and the vital no nomingnetle!eurrents, otherwise dralu•
NI (UT by sexual excesses are turned back through the
system, stimulating all 'the viiifera to a healthy. twr,
mai tone. In a tree moral" aspect„ no valid olljet'llen
ran be urged against its lawful use, inasmuch on ir is
designed to subserve a groat hmunuihAC.? purpose in the
'lllFutilltiiVe economy.' It is impossible is a mop card
to`give the reader nu. adequate - conception of the vies
tues the discovery :oIdWM. the 'S of its action. Ae:
co: dingly. the preprietors have prepared a pamphlet...,
fully endanlying the philosophy Of its influence upon
the genitive function, its uses, tests and results, width •
they will forwited upp . ) the receipt of Isla cents In •
postage stamps, to - any addre'sl... '
•The price of the Itult,ls *3, sent by mail five.
De COMMA', NOBTON..& CO., alt Broadway„ Note
York. Address P: 0. Box-2341:
Dee. 2,1857.-3 m.
. • .
• • STAUFFER & 11.41tj.ET. •
CJIHAVIVATC 11E9 AND JEWgLRY':
HO.LESALII AND ItEtAIL, at
Y the " Philadelphia Watch and Jeweiri.StoPe"
No. 148 (Old No. OS) North SECOND Street, Corner of
." • ; • ,
Gold Lever Notches; hill Jewelled, 18 curet cases, $2BOO
OoldLopine, 18 enrol, - 24 00
'Silver Lover, fullJewollodi . . , ' • .. - .12 00
Silver Lophut,ltavels,. ,- " -: " ' '- , • :•• gOO
Superior Quartlers, . - ~ .. .7 00
Gold gpitetattles; , : ~-... „ • : ~. --- , - - 700
lino Sliverdb:, '-- ' • - - , 1150
Gold Itrardlets., - - • 3 00
Lady's 001, - .l',Prinolls, -- '' - -'- ' • , -
' 1 00
Silver Tea Stimli; set,"- ' ; .- .- - - 700
-Gold Pens, with Pend' and 1311reihnid'or, ' ' ' 100
.' Gold Finger lunge 37}1, ctn . .- to 080; IVetch Glasses,
rprettrig% - notl;patetttliuntit - 231 - titlinr - iiiifFlitslii
,proportion. All goods warranted to be what they are
-sold for. . ~. '
.., , 4 , . - ' - ‘I3TAUFFF.II & HANLEY:
• , ''' - 1 hop& 'rome.OMArina- Sliver Loilerti 'and Lot.
pings atilt lower thenAllttehnsti - prlcett.
.9 . 4 , Pt, 101 T-!7 l Yr. -.,- - • ~.- -- - • 1 - - t.
.. , . , ,
TOHNH. ALLEN' & 2 ,&.
1/ Oheienut ta•oot, (soutividthvbeitivr
. 014 vat Woc4 ciio llo•otio ,th . e:e3o.),
Manufacturers ,ouriVrbolekitio Dealori,:l n Tatoo . t.l&ta!
tinted not lo ebrltik.):lVoall mid ,Willaw : yers, Corals
llrunbes, of Jill:d . estfrptiops: ::11 , 1ense ox.•
amine our stork :. ••- ,•" ' 404.4 .1,1577 , -13%;; . •
SH.ADES I-44 ' 0110a;
2 T Chvipeat.nAsortmeitt.OWNdow
&hedge van' be he'd 'it Vie new Rion, bfl
Alliuc! I anions. ,
. 0 11 1 ' T E„'Al P,J4'.B;. 0 IP FANU
7 'brow OPIT
And Will bu nt his! Old -Head Quartets In North
Hanover street, during the Christmas and New Yuur's
Fustivitles, Vdth one of the largest asSortmentel of
. • • CROWD COh ARILS
Ever offered DI this place, consisting in part of Fine
"Candy. Toyi and Fruits. Jolly , aims, Eon llons,Alnm
Chocolate and Fruit .Drops, hose, Vunilln, and Burnt
Almonds; Fioneicit,d exploding Eccrets Lc. Also all
vhe common Varieties. '
. . FRUITS AND NUTS
of the, latest imporlatlonv Kuck as Oranges, 'Leans,
Enisins, Figs, Pfuens, Currants, Citron, soft and paper
shelled Almonds, Filberts, Cream; Cocoa; and Ground
Nuts. In connection with the above. an extensive as,
sortruent of . . .
TOYS AND FANCY goons -
of every qualitya and price, consisting in part of Fine
Wax, kid, china, crying and. other Dolls. Sowing and
Card Baskets, Fancy, Boxes, Flounr Yeses, Idotto Cups,
Ten Setts, Masks, Drums,Outs, Air Pistols, MCDrat , ....
Ilarmonicamb•Trumpets, 'Chessmen of-Lone and wood,
Dominoes, Lotto and other guinea. Fancy Soaps. Bair
Oils' and Port Monales, &c. W . e beio tape a line lot of
FAMILY pltqcEitiEs, such as pulverised, crushed and
brown Sugars, of every grade, Coffee,' Molasses, Starch,
Omen and Black Teas, Splces,Butter,soda,Sugar,Wate,
and other Crackers, chum:l,44. -
The subscriber returns his sincere thanks to a senor
ono public for the patronage harerre bestowed on Dirn,
and hopes, by adesire to please,: :oefita continuance
of the gaunt. , g. 'MON It.
Carllsio, Dec. 10.1856 • •
MERCHANT • TAILOR
ll:mover Street two doors North of Gents A Bro's
Store, Iles just returned from Fbiladerphls,
(cm': stork of Cloths Cassimerex, Vestings An suite
able for Spring and Summer wear , which he is preps ed
t 6 make up to order promptly, and ou reasouaLle
Also on bond' CHEAP HEADY—MADE CLOTHING,
fogetherwilh storks, collars," ntrikeirhiors and other
ortielSa usually found 'in a Gentlemans Furnishing.
Goods t.mght elsewhere will alsoLe mope to menSura
as usual. ,
• •; , .ii• •
and kept Eria.ru COOOO,
so that I can furnish It our and MAN all Hemming of this
year. I have also ' baud, and for sale the BLACK
DIANOND COAL. from the. Baltimore Uompuny Mines.
This GYM Is ndmliably calculated for :LArsioar. Stoves
and .Collar Furnaces; all of isrldch I will sell at snmll
profits for cash, and deliver to anypart - of the borough.
• August 5, 1857. "' ' W. B. MURRAY.
L - . 1311113 [JUNE RS' CO A. L.—`2,000
Tolswl4l<rns Vtaloy ut Conl; n'superioi
do, receiving and for unto' by ---
Augumt, 5, 15'57,
CiUMBERLAND VALLEY R: R.•-:'
l _ . WINI;EIt fatILANGIIMENT:
1 . r-sli•-.a . ..il ni: , ......
'4 . 4t2. . .!::'' 'Ye 4 . :: . . ,
1' 1 v1.4 .Z
...I'.LOI I ANGII Olt HOURS! '. ' . •
On and after 4.NOAt, Oct. 2th 1857, Passonger.Trains
run as follow :(Sundays excepted:)
.- - - „r.!:4 - FOll, - 11,41 JiRHUILLI. . •
..t . ...,.,....-c: 4: .;.: '-hit Train.- 2d Train
_Leave Chambersburg, - ! - ... ,t 1.50, A. 51. 2.10 P. M. •
" Shlppeoslirg, • 1 . 9,20 " 2.45
.". Neuritic, . 1/.55' ' " 3,20 '•
—"--Carlisle--'----10,30.-.---PL--4.00- , -- - "--
O IleehanicsbUrg, 11.110 ", • 4.30
•At Harrisburg, ° 11.35 • " 5.05 " '
- FOIL CHAMBER Salt°,
IstTraln. - 24 Train.
Leave Harrisburg e. 8.30 A.M. ' 1.501': 31.
" Meshanicsburg ' 0.10 " 2.20
Carlisle, 9.50 • . ° 2.50 ° .-".
Newcille 10.25 ' " 3.25
" Shippeo;burg, • 11.00 ' d 400 ." •
At Ciunbersbarg, . 0„",,..11.30 ” . , 4:30, 'l
Trains leave 11:0Y11,1 erg for • PhlladelphikliitoB, A.
„11 - , 7.15-A. M.. Sod' 1.15, V. IL, via Columbia. Leave
, Ilarriellarg 10Y. Baltimore: at 8.30 At M., and I,VO P. M.
L 1.3111 Harrisburg fur l'ittsburge at 3.35 A. 3I; 12.25
Noon. and 5.15, r. 51.
. ,01.111111111 Mill ,M.4111.1:111tIft R 1111.311, 11 Int-for Trovert on,
~" .., I '..",'°4lPirl'ALl.K9l_,L l tiAlle,,. l . l eint. l iii_itilo.l,4lll.Oion_thee—
'3lllleiPl.tirg, and poluttl on the Northern-Central Rail- '
rood, want take the Morning MLitt from Chambers.
Fares from Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, Carlisle, Ship
,peusburg, and Chambersburg, will be ten cents less
when paid furTicicuts'at the Oilier, than when paid lu
the Cars. . ' ' O. N. LULL, Super't
Railroad Office. Clumbersburg, I
,•- Oct. 8,1357.-3t.,-- 4
.. . •
TIU .VALL'S - :GALVANIC
,Thls great remedy has ddained for itself, a world
wide reputation, as a blesslng.to invalids, In cures of
spinal diseasoplilieutnalismOlurmrdrid SeAlthi, Nervous
- headache, Erysipelas, Neuralgia, d; r., it gas a. magical
effect In retdoring pain, imparting to the dlsensed parts
anatural current of electricity, by which the bean by
functions Ste restored immediately, and a cure effected
As no one has ever used this nrttclo without-benefit
we confidently refer to those who have applied it, fo
their testimony In its favor;
For sale by S. W. Ilaverstick, S. Elliott,lf. Nauffnum,
11. .1. Kleffel, and at all . tr*ountry stores throughout
the county. . ".4 „
N. it. The uniform price •Is Fier? CENTS a bottle, as
this Is the only- sire that is shipped to the United
Nov. 25, 1857.
G E T
'Do you wish to find good employment, and make
money with little or no investment, and' without '
terfering with your regular business? If you de,
C. if. Tons & CO., of 302 Broome Street, Now York,
are manufacturing and selling massive ,gelePoncilifer
$5 rack, (which•are cheap at that price.)sfild they throw
in a gift or-prize with each Pencil tr,otilt.from $2 up to '
$5, $lO, $l5, $20,,41125, $3O, $50,475, $lOO, $2OO, nod
$5OO. Don't cry out, " ilumbng I Lottery !" it's ho
such thing. The Pencils nrd - sold at their cash value,
and all the profits over,llielikst cost are thrown into
. the gifts, whfch actually cost the purchaser nothing
The prises ore distilbuted on a simple plan of drawing, • •
which would take too much room to explain, but which
has never failed to give complete satisfastion. We have
rious prices, 74 purses of gold dollars, 238 gold loCkets.
850 gold chains ' and a corresponding number of other
prizes, within two months.
- THERE ARE Ni) BLANKS,
Miteverl purchaser draws a prize worth $2 certain, and
it stands thousands of chances to be a higher.figure. •
We want a good agen t in - every neighborhood through
out the try, to solicit purchasers, and any agent to
be successful, must have it Pencil and a prize to exhibit.
We pay agents $1 rush, for each - purchaser he obtains,
and the first person in any imighbvirhood who applies
for n'Pencli and gift, will receive the ageory - for that
liwality. Should an agent obtain a va unble.prize to
exhibit with c his Pencil, he would hue iledifliculty
In obtaining scores of purchasers, and a 'Mg it u pap,
A NEW IDEA I READ I! READ!!!
Wo ask nobody to send their money till Owl know
- what - Mite - they draw. Any person wishing. to try their
luck; can lire vend us their name and ad4revs, and we
will make their drawing and inform them by return
Inuit what prise they dawn when n 10 3 ,0110 send on and •
take the Pencil' and prim. not; whichever they
choose. We give this privilege only cues to
er. After tht , lrst drawing, , opary purchaser will be
quir e d to se int-ntivancC,' through - the - ;autboriscd - •
:wept. Welcill send . with each drawing the number
taken Out,'with ran description of the plan of drawing.
Jan 13,1858.-3 w
H o wARD--A S SO C -I A T-0..N - -
. :- Pllll. AI) Ihrl. 11 lA .
A ilenerelent Institution, established by special on
downient for thu rellUf of the Mel, and distressed,
. ", afflicted with Virulent and Epidemiesdisenses.
To oil poisons 14 feted with Sexual Diseases, such ns
SPER ATORIHEA, SE3IINAL _IYEARNESS,-,131P0-
WNCE, CIONORRIIIIIAJILEET, SYPHILIS, the Vice
of ONANISM, or SEW ABUSE,
The HOWARD ASSOCIATION, In view of the awful
destruction of hunitin life, caused by Sexual district,
and the deceptions practised upon his unfortunate vic
tims of such diseases hy Quacks, .soveral years ago dl.
rested their Consulting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE
ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary Meth°
treatment of this class of diseases, In all their forms,
and to give AWVIO/1 ORATIS, to all who"
apply by letter, with a description of their rendition,
mge, occupation, habits of lint.,tr.,l anti in rases of ex
trona, poverty, to FUR NISI' LDICIN ES Fit RE OP
LII Alit, E. -It is needless to add that the Asseelatle,,
.commends the highest Medical skill of the age, and will
furnish the most approve d moderu treatment,
-The Olrecise,, On n review of the past, feel assured
that their lahms hi this sphuro of benevolent
have Isom or great benefit to the nillieted, especially to
the young, and they Dave' resolved to devote then,-
selves. with 'renewed teal, to this very Inipiirtant but
notch despised cause.
Just published IT the APSOCilitiQl,l a lteportun trp o r.
malorrbrea or Seminal iVeakness. the Vicerirtepanisni,
Masturitidon or Felt• Abuse, a lid • other Discases of the
Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will
be sent by mall, tin a sealed letter envelope,) FREE OF
CHARGE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS for po.slage
Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. OEORGE R.
CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association,
bib. 2 south • Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
• • Ny order the Directors.
EZRA D. IIEARTWELL, president.
GEO: PAIRCIIIID, Secretary.
Doe. 2, 1857.] _
ROUSE AND LOT AT PRIVATE
Ituated'on Went street. In the borough of Carpels,
a. nlnlng property . of William Perm on the' North nod
31r14.$terrott on'thif Booth. Theist mutable 31 feet
front by 120 feet 'ln depth, with a comfortable
owgLuivo' HOUSE. For fUrther.particulare
ontutroon tho L promlsea, -•-- -.. ~ . .
111ep06,1837‘,tf, , . .' MARY GA.RDNER. '..
, . ' .. •
. . .
ipoit RENT>, 7 II6 - Store: Room mit:
1 DWelllfig on NortNlraftaver td,Ctioi,.now In them;
,cupancy IX N. Wilson 'Woollk., L le.offers4,EQ.kitNN.2,,_,_
froth the - YfrardaybrxiiilViatt::l llll, proP ( rty is so
!well known to tmelnesa.men tr•atrtdd ostabllehetf—
stand, thntwothlng mewl he ealdAn regard to locellV, ,
For further hiformatken apply to thttleibserlbtr,%tit
the'llall Itoad Olflee. ,• . , , JOH
. N CAAIPA.INII,..!
Jiti3f. 1868.—tfl •• '. , .. Agent for theuuner.
EX 0. o' "81,U .1t 'P. IOT.II It ES,„ • 1
A, , 1111 . iiii1 7 0(1/1 would reFportfully infoini ilre'‘,; ' '
'oil/Y(111K of carliale and vlolnlty that habits tak on robick, " N N
inZng's cow building, mat' tomer" ot 'Market Equate, .
Wboro bit 1a.a1.011 Unica ready "to' take' AllltiltoTVll.s_:
itiltliewlaboatandriloatn,ppro'redwtyiti.." - PlOtitoralakin
in twiny ADO cloudy %rattier aii well "am "clear. diudi r in,e-: • " '
isnintion given or no tru inaile.. - . - Pottralts and ra,. • '
guo r rrecityprii copied, , 31in titin,lllnen, , taken: tow - •
Loads Acoi s ln'Ambrn part • • ..• s ,, • , ' i .
AtabintY,tiia , warrautbd tout nd tile teAtlf titria,lieat - ,,
or watot . .,4", •-!",. ,". - :1—• , " , ", •'—;; ' ," \'` •" 2, , •
Nt i nPlirit a il , tlen.A ,ll- writ'nardbille Inlitia:to cin: -
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