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2000 bushela blacksmith's coal, a euperi
article, receiving and for sale by •
° W B AITJ RR Alt Agt..
ISo inns liykens Valley nut cool for buininp
Nile receiving and for.sale-cheap by_
NV B mulutAy, Att.
THE subscribers would respectfully inform
the public that they.haVe commenced the bu
siness of Upholstering, in all its branches, at
their shop, on Louther street, near Leonard's
corner, whore they are prepared to manufacture
to order all kinds or mArrnAssr.,, such at
the newly patented Spin!! Spring Jifuttrass,
'Curled hair Mattresses, ltuelo Retis,.oc., all
of which ato Made in the best,style, and at very
The public - are becoming-aware efi
ful nod influencemr" these in
preference to feathers, and the experience of
eminent vAysicians in cities and elsewhere, u
niversally recommends them as the beet to tie
used by persons in health as Well as the infirm
and invalids. Principals of Colleges, Acetic ,
Mies, and Hotel lceepors.es well as families.
M.° respectfully-invited to givo,us a call,
0:7-SADDLING in all its, various branched
carried on in the same shop.
May_ 28,'5L . 'TIZZAiID Sa SHELLY.
OrphatiV Cogrt Sale.
py virtue of ay Order of the Orphans' Court
LP of Centre, county, will, be exposed to pub
licsale on Thursday, the rfOth day of Juno, A.
D., 1851, at the Court House, in the borough
' of 13c11efdnte, Centre county, the' undivided
four-filthsof a certain tract of land adjoining the
borough of Bellefonte. containing 29 ACRES
and perches, upon which is erected n large
F UNDRY,MACHINE SHOP,Warchouse,
a Two Story Stone House, a ßarn, and three
Frame D w elling Houses, said property being
well known es' ,HA'RRIS'S'IVIILL ritopER
TV. A largeSik: GRIST 'ANp •MER
CH ANT MILL, was erected' on the premises,
which was recen t) 'destroyed - by fire, the walls
of which tire stailding,:,nnd deemed sufficient to
rebuild on: The water Power is ample for six
run of stone all the year, being chiefly spring
water, and not affected with ice or drought.—
The tocatlon is very eligible for country custom
or merchant work, being witliin a quarter of a
mile of tho head of Bald Eagle canal, which.
with the State Canals afford is • navigation to
Philadelphia and Baltlneart. The Foundry is
well located-and capable of doing a largo a
mount ofbusiness.- . .
-- Persons desiring a property well adapted to
milling and manufacturing will do well to at
) lend the sale.
TERMS or-SALE.—One third of the purchase
money to be paid in hand at the .confirmation ct
the sale, and the balance in two equal payments
with interest,eteared by bond and mortgage.
BOND VA I. EN TIN E,
Guardian dill° minor children of J. D. -- Herrie,
B.—lt is understood that the remaining
one fifth will be exposed to sale ut the same
• time and plafeT -
BelleTente, May 28, 1851,-0.
Books and Music
GALL at 'Rawlins' next door to the P O, and
you can buy Batiks and Musfc at I . Fss than
city prices. (May 28.'51.
Alabaster, and other Fancy ILamps,—Lamp
Mats, and ppper, shades, just received, next
door to to the Pb. [May
a spurzrnrn STOCIL
T" undersignetk‘thspectfully informs his
'ft ends and ills !publicgenerally-, that he
./„. .- . has just returned - from
~.......... Philadelphia, ha vi n g
, purchased the most ex.
„,-• "7 : " ' 't ' a •: 1 -' , •-:: : tensiire, as well as the
z1:- - :'i•".t . :: cheapesgassortment of
*,-. s: o "7. ,1 7/ez , : - Watches, Jewelry,
: "" , - , ---' . : - 7;-; , : e:.,- .
&c., ever brought:to Carlisle. His stock con
sists in part of 4,4401 ..._O4-
Gold and Silver Patent Lever lfidehia.,
Glad and Silver delatched do. do.
Geld and Silver Lepinc Watches.
in sh.,rt every variety of Watches at all prices,
Gold Guard and l'airt Chains. Medal lions,
Watch Keys, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Breast
Pins, Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold.atl Silver
.. , ens and .......scs'and Bracelets in great variety.
A splendid article of Gold, Silvitr, Gorman
Silver, and Illued Steel SP
TACLES, which are unsurpess.
, oil in (pun-city by any other r.rticlo• West of Phil
suleiphia, and which can be sold at least '2O ro- -
cent cheaper than in any•other establishment:
an the chantey. Also a large lot of
onmprqPdg Table and Tea Spoons, Butler
&c.sq, C,ard Cases. Porte Mo»naies, Port
'Ladies ,Wilting Desks, with a great
variety.,nfl other fancy articles unnecessary. to
montiola.. A largo lot of CLUCKS, assorted
patterns;'whiehwill-be - sold lowratitiasnrrant ed -
to be gOod:
' 4 1.,`,q, Ickes, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired,
no l liii,vilefral) to call and examine his stock.,
assured. that none can rail to be suited in qua!•
ity, quantity and amnia. His articles arc cash
purchases, consequently, he can afford to sell
lower than the same articles cab bo purchase , /
elsewhere. Call at the old stand, a few doors
west of Burkholder's Hotel. •
January 15, 1851-ly T. CONLYN
Chineand-G' rockery Ware.
IV/cite Granite Stone Ware,
such as Dishes, flares, Ten Sets, covered ad
uncovered dishes, bowls, toilet and cha ,her
sets, pitchers. &e.., together with a lot o
Blue Liverpool Wiwe,
all of the latest style and shapes, also, all the
various articles of the hest common
While and Edged Ware. , d o
The assortment includes a few plain
IPidle and Gold Band China Tea" Sets,
.of the best quality pod style, and also all the
necessary articles er the best Granite, Stone
and Blue Liverpool Ware suitable for any sized
Dinner or Tea Sets
no may be wanted, together with a variety of
Glass Waihe, including a fine" assortmentof
' '''' Bar and Table Tumblers,
dishes,. fooled end other bowls, goblets, wine
i glaSsos, lemonades, lamps, 6r.e. The prices
-- -. --- - -- - tor-all-oi—which-are—fixelLotAm_leivest cash
,We inyite our friends who are in W an t
of maples to our line to give us a call.
5 niwr ~ .
, . v 3 W EBY.
A Voice from the c , Burut Diottlet.),
Monyer's Candy Factory Rebuilt,
TnE subscriber would respectfully announce
to hie friends and the public generally, that his
Factory which was destroyed by the lute fire,,
has been rebuilt, and hu is now Prepared to
furnish them with
manufactured of the hest Material, which ho
will sell wholesale or retail at the old stand
in North Hanover street, a few dears north of
the bank, where he has just opened a ooneral
FRUITS AND NUTS,
consisting of Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, iFigs, ,
Almonds, English Walnuts, Cocoa Num . ,- Pea
. • &a.. Ha Would also call attention to his
• large assortment of •• .
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS, '
- conSiating..ortoys at. Glees; W4pd;" Gum and
China, of endless ,varieties. ' In Connection
- with the above, lie Lae on band a prima lot of
consisting of Sugars, Coffees, Tees, Molasses,,
Spices, Crackers, Matches, „Blacking, &c.
Alas, a prime- lot of CIGARS, of the kV
"sst The subscriber returns his sinterwthaiiks to
a generous public for the patronago bestowed
on him, and.lsopes by a dessro to pleaso to me
rit a continuance of the same. Ho would also
return Heaths to the Firemen. end Citizens for
• thoit. °Fops to save Isis pro arty on the night
of the late conflagration •
Caclisko, P. ape.I4IONYER;
• . Sack Mamiels, •
0 JUST received a general 'assortment of Col,
ored.Flannols for Ladioe' Sacks, to evil—Bloc k
Gray, Blue, Red. Green, Pihk and Changed ,
ble, AlsooVitite IVoeden and Cotton Flan
' in great variety, ', 0 W UFFIstElt. .
,Tlllt,l' Largo Two` Story nousp on the
. corner of Main and Pitt streets,
~, , t-f-'l.- and opnosito the Rail Rood Depot
.v . ,..,11 El , This-house is lar g o and reality
m,,,: ' . '.. and havin g every convenience, ta
..„,,',..,:,..„,...,-- well suited for ..a hoardi ng house.
y o sse e sion g iven immediatellif'. Aiv i . terms ,
which aro reasonable, inniaire nt the promise%
A.valuable LAW LlBltAltYpbeitonging to
Judge Brandebury,.and consisting of most of
the Pennsylvania Reports and a number of oth
er standard Law. Works, will be sold very low
to any person purchasing the lot: The books
eon brneeen and the prices ascertained by call
ing at the office of W. M. PEN ROSE, Esq.,
in Main Street', Carlisle. . •
.Dr. GEORGE Z. BRETZ,'
WILL perform al
operations upon the .
✓ teeth that may be re
required for their preservation. Artificial ,teeth
inserted, from a single toOth to an entire set, on
the most scientific principles. Diseases of the
mouth and irregularities carefully treated. Of
fice at the residento_of hie brother, on th
Pitt Street, Carlisle.
Mrs. M. NEFF has opened a Splendid as
sortment of Sining-and_Fancy._lllllllnery,
tier stock consists of Straw and Fancy bilk ßonnets, Children's Hats, Ladies Dress 'cps,
and nn assortment of Fancy Goods, embracing
Ribbons, Crape Shawls, -
Flowers. ' Parasols,
Borate[ Caps, Corsells
Collars, Dress Silks,
. Curls, _ ,
flairnraid S s, e • v e e . s,
Bonnets altered inlthe neatest and most fash.
ionable manner. Please call and examine my
[tnY7] M. NEFF.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
TUE . subscriber has just received a large
kr a f ilibmi. supply of BOOTS .& SEOEb,
for Spring and Summer Wear,
which makes .his assortment very
It comprises Gentlemen's French Calf Skin
and Morocco Boots, Congress Gaiters,
son Boats, Men's, Boys' and Youths' Enam
elled Congress Boots, Calf Skin, Goat and
K ip. Brogans; Morocco Boots, Slippers, &'4ll—
Ladies' AlisSas and Children's Gaiters,
Buskins, 'lies and Slipperti. Every effort wilt
be made 'to please the citizens of town and
country, who are respectfully solicited to con
tinue their patronage.
GRAIN WANTED !
WHEAT, RYE, • C
ORN AND OATS
purchased by the undersigned, and the
highest market price paid in Cash. Also, good
Family Flour and Mill Feed of different kinds
for sale on reasonable terms. Apply at the
Farmer's Mill (formerly Good Hopo,)_ West
rennshorough township, Cumberland county.
may7-2mpd . MARSHALL JAMES.
" 0, it came o'er my car like the sweet South,
That breathes upon rr hank of violets,
Stealing and giving odor. ,
Several hundred pieces just received from
Lee &' Walker's, and sold at city prices. A
liberal discount made to those who buy by the
gamily. Call at RA.WLL.NS' next doer to the
'Come let Inc make a sunny rerthry Around thee
Of thought and beauty. Hero are books—'
A fine assortmcntjust received—Historical,
Poetical and Religious, at RAWLINS', Main
- st. Carlisle. Arrarygensents aro made by which
Sabbath Schools can be furnished at_Puhlishers
The Universal Refrigerator
The subscriber would invite the citizens to
examine the Universal Refrigerator with Wa
ter Filter attached, which may be soon at his
residence, now in operation, and can be fur
nished at city prices, thereby saving'freight,
May G W 11/TNER.
Adams Zr. Co's. Express.
business community and public gene—
rally arc informed that the preprictore
have made arrangements for a DAILY EX
PRESS LINE over:the Cumberland Valley
Rail Read. All tootle delivered at the office
in Philadelphia er liaititnare before 10 o'clock
at night, will reach Carlisle by the morning
W A CAR:OTHERS. A'gt
ORTILOAN'S COURT SALE.
PURSUANT to an order of the Orphans'
Court of Berke county. will be, sold at
Public 'V endue on MONDAY; the`'9l.)i day
of Suite, A. D.,,'*.1111, ut the house of Isaac
Liymgwood, in Amity township, said county,
it bbilig part - of the premises to be sold, - A cer
tain messuage, tenement and tract of land,
sititate in Said township and county, bounded
by lands of Jacob Kline, Charles Griesmoyer,
Reading and Perkiomen Turnpike, Hannah
Boyer, Samuel Wetzel, unit the river Sally).
-kill,.....containing:',74f,..A„CßES, including the
space taken up by tint RTilioad. The improve=,
mments are a two story stone. D WEL
LING HOUSE, and two Tenant Hou
ses, Spring House, over a never-failing
raten -- Also, a prrino-of-water-nes»
the door, a stune Barn,,and other out-build
ings, Apple Orchard, and other fruit trees.
Also, a tract of CLEARED LAND,
situate in said Amity township, and county a
foresaid, bounded, by lands of Abraham and
Charles Goblin, Jacob Hartranft, Catharine
Cleaver,':wife of Ilionins Rudy, Samuel Weit
zel, and Rending and PerkiOmon Turnpike,
and Charles Greisinoycr, containing 71 ACRES
awl , 1 tf4 PERCHES. Also, a tract ol WOOD•
LAND, situate in Amity township, said oonai,
ty, bounded by lands of George Dangler, R.
I3oyer, Samuel Ache, and land of Moses Yo
cum, dee'd., Cathurino Rally, now the wifo of
Thomas Rudy, and Jacob Hartranft, contain:.
ing Seven Acres and Five
Also, another tract of" WOODLAND,
tannic in same township and county, bounded
by lands of Samuel Ache, Henry Boyer, Catha
rine. Cleaver, wife of Thomas Rady, Jacob
Geiger, Jeremiah Hine, and land of said Mo
ses 'Yocum ' deed., containing .FOURTEEN
ACRES sad THIRTY PERCHES. '
Also, one outer tract.of WOODLAND
situated in Earl township, said - county;lMiltid..
ed on the north by lands of Henry Arms on
the east by land late of Jacob Weaver, and on
the, south, and west by lands late of Dayid.
Ludwig, Containing TEN ACRES and twenty
Also, ono other inlet of WOODLAND
situate in same township - and county, bounded
by lands of Samuel Francis, George and Jacob
Kline, and Abraham P. Ludwig, containing
TWO ACRES and thirty•one perches,
• Arsii:Tirie - Tith — ortract of WOODLAND
situate in Union township, said county, bound
ed by lands of Henry Nupp and others .contain.
Late the property of Mores Yocum, dec'd.
Salo to commence at II o clock - in the fore.
noon, when attondanee,will be givoh and terms
Made known by
JOHN YOCUM, ALIM'T.
order of the Court,
Wit. W. Diem., Cl'k.
Wading, May 7 is
ALt-Persons indebted to the estate of Ilen;.
ry.Churah, dce'd., rare requested to call
on the subscriber at the oilice N of Church, Leo
& Feethan, Lumber Merchants, in New Cutn
berland and nettle the sauna without delay, as
a further indulgence cannot be given
R R CUURCII,_
19. OA'RX). •
To the Litdiesl--WM NITWIT= tvoltld
respectfully inform the Ladies that ho has
fitted up dm moth recently occupied by Miss
flitsey Ifernan, next door to the old stand aria
LADIES SllOl3 STORK EXCLPSIVEL
Where they will find a well ucleetettatisorttnont
of guitere, buskins, tics, allppers; front the hest
manufactories in- Xbiladelphia, and also o t his
own make, to which !holr attention is invit
-Ca lisle, may 7
Bonnets and Ribbons.
W B hiwo just receiycd third supply of
atriLtl , 13 ONE 'ETS t j• 13914NEY RIBBONS
to ; whielt we invite the otten - rion of thbf
insx 7 A & W BENTZ.
JUST received Anew, supply of ihe latest
f tvto of yin ' • • A. C FETTER.
Pure Older' Vinegar.
if UST received a fresh barrel of PUN" Cide
Vinegar, of superior quality, and wo r a nto
free front adidteraliuri
G W pit N ER;
Chibiten‘s . -StAielkings;
A FULL assortment of Whito' and Mixed
storino Mae of all slam] for Children.—
Also, Ladies !Soso in great Nariety just opened
by G W lIITNER.
OF Goode, Wares and Morchondize. ' Also
millers; Distillers, Lunaber. Men, dre.,
within the County of Cumberland,. return° ,
an d classified, in accordant.° with the severs
acts of Assonabli, es rellowtyriz
J W. - Eby
Joseph D Halbert
George W Hamer
A.& W Bentz
Daniel Eckels, liquors
John Faller • -do
J . & D Rhoads
W B Murray .
S W Haversuck, liquors
S A Hubbard
John limner, liquors
John P Ly n°
Jacob Leiby, liquor%
C. luboll, Ag't.,liquors
T H Skiles •
J W Rawlins
Wm hi Porter
Arnold & Levi
Arnold & Livingston
David Martin -
N W Woot 6 c Ag't.
Haller & Conner
3 L Sterner
John N Armatrong
John Gillen, liquors
William L Sellers
A C Fetter
John B Perry - •
Henry Snider • • „
John Ernost, liquors
C F Kunkle igy,tp
S Kunkle 3
Peter S Arts, Agt.
Joseph P Nevin & Co.
NV D E Hays
JC&CB A,ltick I
Samuel Siterh, liquors
S 1) Wonderlich
eob P line
WM lif PORTER
'mob ague, liquors
John Fuiwiler, Agt 4
Bricker & Miller
Arnold & Co.
Stambaugh Si MCK 0880 n
Jacob B umbargei
Russel & Dice
ll L Deelinen x,
Newcomer & Kurtz
Wm Barr, Agt.
Hunter Herron •
Jamison Hannon, liquors
Williams & Brother
S W Sharp
John Dillor, jr.
Glover & Co.
143 Lackey & iquors
1 ;liaison tr. Co., liquor,'
Simon Arnold, liquors
Reigle Aztg „t
Swiler & Emminger
Webber & Swisher -
Mot(ism Zechariah & Co.
George Singiser - ;
A W Lerclich
Rider & IVeakley
S N Diven
Wiabrry & Rhoads,
kyle & Piper•,
Donaldson & Green!
Thomas Greason '
J W D Gilliland
- - - -Southampton,
John W Clover, liquors
Jacob Holliubougher t..z. Co.
J W Fesler
G & W H Eel:les f=
Jacob Roninger, liquors '
Joseph 0 Banks
Finisher & Eslicnbour
Bigler; McKinley 4.,Wilt
lluramcll & Kerr
Tames K Doak, lignere
John G Miller do
Masser, James & Co.
Church,Teernan & Co.
Valentine, Penman & Co. ,
A L Cathcart
Matthias 1/itner, liquors
Isanc Barton, liquors
Jacob Epley' & Co
Sams F Lutz
Strcck & Brandt
NI & S Morrott
Stesse & Gesseumen
Thomas B Bryson •
John Shot:filer •
Hoot() H Bucher
' 'Upper Allen
J L Boyea •
Biome & Urich
William 11Tocho :
Branaman & Fitting
• A -
John Snavely -
David Pog lesong
John A All
C W Ahl
Wm 51 . Ifenderfein k Son II 10 - 00
IVM M Ilantleteon (cave mills) 14 700
navid Hoover . 14 7 0
temlningee & llengy . , 12 12 50
A. 11 Darn*,
John Moarc (Guskr)
et 14 '7 tO
• Sliippensottifi Township
Nevin% noire • • 14 7 00
Jacob Mosel - ,7 00
Sher & Samoa
William 1) Philips
Peter Faun'. •
Jacob Shollabarger •
-- 4 - 4T4r3 .4 4
11 - anip len
19 7 00
14 7 00
1411111 7 no
° 13 000
34 IN 00
13 ' 101,
4 7 00
13 10 00
13 10 OJ
13 10 00,
'l3 .1 0 . 00
13 10 00
1 3 1U 00
14 7 03
13 10 00
13 10 00
)4 • 7 CO
, 7 00
13 0" 00
14 .7 00
14 L• 7 00
Wm trafiness' Heirs • g 9 431 0
John Bowman _ 9 0-
. - Vora Nidcfgetotr.
Win M Hendeison '2 :
South Middleton.. ,
Robert Given . 7 20-0
John Al Good, Agt. ""4 .30 500
Monroe. • -
O. Reltzhoover ft: 12 .50
CW&PA Ahl 411111 12 ~50
Marthirooyer 5 00
RobertliQuigliy • • ef,.* - 9 •' 800
Jacob Au imei 10 •,5
Ramp & Grove, , 'lO 6 00
Beer, Oyster and Eating, Houses.
Joseph Markle sKM'
Charles Butler '
Retailers of Patent MedleittesaM
Joseph 0. Banks
Stesso & Geseemen
A. L Cathcart
CUMBERLAND COI'INTY; Big
I do hereby certify that the foregoing, is a
correct list "of the Dealers'in MOrehandite, Pa
tent Medicines, dec., in Billuhaillind county
as_ returned to me by Jefferson Worthingten,
F r N e M n r d c c n la ti s l s e i fie A p u r n a d is e e r r t.h e AI persons
feting, to Diatillcries, Breweries, Patent
eines, Eating Houses, 4r.e. and all :*34erchante,
and others, returned and classified as - above,
are notified to call and take out'their respecthe
%lenses without delay. . . • •
WM M PO RTOR,
Patent Graduating Tielyer'e
THE - undersigned, after considerable ex
pense and_e*periment, has succeeded in produ
eing a TWYERE for Blacksmith's-Borges,
which, wherever it has been tried, has proved
itself superior to anything of the kind ever be.
fore invented. It has advantages 'which no
other Twyere possesses. •
let, The blast can be regulated effectivilly
so as to suit any kind of work: ,211. The, blast
can be kept clear at ail times without the use
of a poker, or without breaking ;1/d 'shaking
the two, thus enabling the smilh likoz.sleart
clear heat. 3d. By actual experiment it saves
one-third of tho Fuel, whilo the - work can be
deiNnliffnewilt faster. 4th. The blast ie . re
niloved eight or nine inches from the back
which is a great advantage to the smith, doing
crooked or diflicnit work. sth. It is not liable
to get out of order and will last many years.
The following Certificates selected from ma
ny in the possession of the Patentee, will show
that it has given complete satisfaction, and also
its great - superiority over all others.
1 . 000
• 7 00
Carlisle, April 28th, 1851,--This is to certify ,
that I have in my tire one of Porter'a Twyeres,
and for the short tine that I have - iried it I can
say that I can do more work by one—third than
I could do with the old Twyorc. Of all the
different Twyeres ehat I liave ever tried, I can
say that Porter's is the beet, on account of the
facilities of the valves. .
Carl April .19111, 1851.—This id to certify
that the rwyote..M.n * Aret D Por•
ter; nd rlind thut it is - a most ma:el - fent ankle,
fur I have tried several Twyeres,hut this is
far sulmricu -.to any that I have eVer s6fla used,
for it hems quicker and more regular, and-with
it I can do ono-third more work in the same
time. II therefore; recommend its, use to all
who stand in nee6f such an ankle.
JNO. N. \GLANDING, CoaOhamith.
This is to certify that I have put in my forge
one of Porter's Patent Graduating Twyers and
it is the Lest that I have' ever seen; and sustains
all the erailited — for: .inrer-.ofh-sr.
Twyeres. I would not fake twenty dollars and
do without it.
- 7 00
A 13 ZEIGLER, S..Aliddleton.
can do sp by calling on the undersigned at Win
M Porter's, Carlisle. Rights for counties or
States are offered for sale. Early attention is
requested. (•7 tny3 ROB'T .13 PORTER.
Rubbard's Fimale School..
/WE second quarter of the Female School,
under the direction of J. W. Hubbard,
will commence on MONDAY, May 12th.—
All the branches of a thorough English Edu
cation will be taught. Also, the Latin, Greclt,
rind French Languages. ,• Tuition; for the Eng
lish Branches, from $7 to $9 per quarter. An.
elect Languages and French 83 extra. Scho•
lora can commence at any time intermediate
between the beginning and close of aach quar
ter. by paying for time of attendance only
:nap J. •W. HUB B AR.D.
TEA! T.E.a I TEA!
,FROM MENA !—The
'• I - lovers of 400,1 . TEA can 'he
41 t supplied withJenkin's dt Go'e
! T vri.An. - Superior Green and — Black
ciris Teas, either loose or Put up
" -"" in fourth, half or pound mo
tallic packs to suit.purchasere at prices ranging
front 50 cents up to GI per pound. by calling at
tho store of "mr.s] J. D. "[ALPERT.
IPr vv- I.&_kv,
tHAVE received from Mr. Lindreih, my
'Spring supply of FRESH GAIL DE
SEEDS, winch aro'Waryanted genuine.
mar 26 S. ELLIOTT.
pRESR GARDEN SSEDS; ott'lleVest
quality,.from tho celebrated establishments
of Risley & Co., New York,,and • D. Land-
reth Philadelphia, all of which aro. warranted
fresit,"just received and for 800 at the' Cheap
Drug and Book Store of •
tur2G St W. lIA.VERSTICK.".
eiOD . LIV,EI2. 011,.—An ,oxcellent article
,1 11 /.1 for sato by
"ViME to the:fire: 4
. ; ) •-/ .0.08
. 9f the sub=
fithibet, -tn , Silver
Spring- tp, Dumber •
co,ur!ex, on the
klintleppir* 7th - of April unit., a
RED fCO W, with a
w.tise ;face. Her is somewhat knocked,
down. She has no other' marks. The owner
iiireedested to coma fot:Ward; - proyo pr . OpertY . i
pay charges, and taAc'her awayror she, will lie
disposed of as the law directs. •
cutocrattr,' • •
JUST reeehted a fresh lot et GILOCERIELS
Which win be sold very low at the old: cheap
Store, East Main Street,
MOOTS & SZEOII , .,
kM now opening my 'Springsto& of La
1. dies and Gentlaments" Boots and' Shoes.—
AIOo. a large lot of Boys Moos and elfildron'ti
Shoes. PA - 11 'of the nowost boat nnttlity,
and beet 6f all very cheap.
apt. • • ' C. •OGILIIY.
L Tiff E ,aahseriber, Assignee .of. Daniel. Hook,
•of Lemr Altaq township, CumherlanAl
, i hnreby not dies .all persona ' having
claimangapin said ostat4' to liand tholn in with
out delay, order that the canto. maybe set.
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EVER'? BODY should embrace this op-
JJ to buy CLOTHING for Men,
Youth and Boys, at such' prices as. have never.
yet been known to this porongh, at
West Main et, next door to Burkholder's
Embracing a choice of the best, most tlesira.
the and fasitiowablo
HABIT CLOTH do.
LINEN DRILLING do.
• TWEEDS, dt..c.,
Together with a groat variety of English,
French and American CLOTHS and Summer
Fabrics, adapted -to tho wants of Men and
Bovs, both for Drees and Business Garments.
Particular core has been taken to procure
the new stylo
:ER — COATS;
VESTS, &c. .
To which ho would invite special attention.—
FURNISH ING GOO 1) S, consisting of
Shirts, Stocks, Handkerchiefs, &c,, all of
which are Offered at the lowest possible cash
prices, and us Cheap as any other Clothing
'Store in the Union. Parents mho desire Boys
Clothing, are cartica,tly invited to examine tho
stock. Country a ore keepers can be accom.
Imodatod_at_veryi.ory_tates for cash. ' ['Gap
SPRIAW - GOODS!
AT THE CHEAP STORE.
1 1 V Ca
havo lurg 3 4 ' 2 e t e x t t u o r n i s u :v a o " a o s i e n or t t l iTie c a t yofw
CLOTHS, GAM:HERBS t s• YESTINGS,
Linen and cotton pittitaloon stuffs, for men and
boys weep, tweads, black Bummer clothe, Kem
tueky jeans, &c., cheaper than ever. .
. DRESS 009,75,
Maus. de Laines 4000 gds Chintzes,.
Barege de Laines, ' betted Swings,
Lawns, • . Plain Biasses,
Gingham, '. Plain._ daconels,
Amebas, . ' Barred do.
SilitF'dlgines, ' :: Bombazines,
Colored ' 8arr a n, 4•0 1 ..6 . 0., 3:c. •
A good assortment, front 50 .conta to $2;50
Paint Lear, Leghorn and' Rough and Ready
MUSLIN.% PICKINGS, CHECKS,
liilnu and cotton diapers, nank - cone, and an
cellont stock of Xuslins, that cant. bo beat for
eheapnesa, Edgings, Insertings, Gloves, Ho.
siery, Suspenders, and a largo lot of
which ho eold cheap : GROCERIF.S;
SPICES, TE4S; dcc. , which 'will be sold at
lower prices than the sante can Wbought here
'THE subscriber has on hand a large and
well selected assortment cif MUSIC of all
consisting of Songs, 'Marches, Waltiee
Polkas, - &c., also instructions for Plano anti
other instrainente. "BerlinPa Method" for
piano, "Maus Method for the Violin; tk,c, and
a supply of Violin and Guitar Strings, of first
rate quality at city prices. '
Having made-an 'arrandemcntWith .art Int
portifirand publishing house in Philadelphia,
he wilt be constantly supplied with'new Minim
'and able toyurnish anything in that litiwat short
-notice and upon_reasonable 4 teems, Music
Teachers will fund it for their interest to cell
'and examine for themselves at the corner of
Pitt and High streets, eiiposito the Mansion'
_JmI9I :S. A. BUBBARD.•
' ;A•gonortil otiborimonf of white mid oSiored
LinenDrillings for 'Mon Mil Boy's wear, just
revival by. (May 21.".)1). G W HITNER.
Stow Sr, 0,1)opp.
I.lfi , ;f-P4+ , 4•V>1.c.; , -4 , 14
Fresh Drugs, aliredicinealifeoi,nry±..klarl,PY
MOM subscribe); him just roceivcd ShisElptibg
1-. supply of DRUGS, .A 1 .EI3III4ES" AND
CIIEMICALS,, anion'which On 'be" found
every article usod b , Y PhysiciansAn 'their
scriptions, to the, putting up of vihiohille will
give,part inutile attention. Also, .
Paints; 011 s, Dye kuffs,..)Perfumery, Soups,
&o.; and a Variety of Fancy articles too num
crone id mention, together witli a superior lot
of TOBACCO AND CIGARS of various.
brands, all of which, having purchased in per
son, upon thd most favorable terms, lie will
guarantee as being of the best quality, and is
willing to 'sell, not exactly at City Prices, yet
for very mail advance for CASH.
He would respectfully invite the attention of
Physicians, Country Merchants. and Pedlars,
to whom be will make a liberal deduction.—
Opposite , the Rail Roiid Depot, corner of Pitt
and - High - streets, - Carlisle, Pa,
mead • 8 A HUBBARD.
LATEST ARRIVAL OF
SPRING & Strit&IVEZIR GOODS,
At the Cheap Store, 148 North ilanover at.
rir it NG returned from Philadelphia with a
.4.11. selected assortment of Spring and Sum—
mer Goods, 1 woultliospocifully invite all per
sons who wish to purchase now goods to call
and examine my stock, as I Din determined to
sell at• small profits. Among - thent may be
LADLES' DRESS GOODS,'
Such as Silk Tissues, Silk Lustres, Foulard
Silks, plain and figured De Laines, Berko;
Bongo do•Laines, Lawns, Ginghamsand Cali
' BONNETS,' •-•• •
A large assoriment of Bonnets, - all qualitiei and
orate newest styles. Also, Bonnet Ribbons
Kid Gloves and Parasols. - . '
CLOTHS, CASSIABRES VBS T/NGS,
Tweeds, Jane, Ganibroone, ..VaVet. Cordes'
Slue Brflle, &c. Also, Muslins, Tiekings - Ta.
We Diaper, Linen Table Cloths, Chhckso/9
siery, kr •
Coffee, Molasses, Green end Black Teaaand
Spices. 'Butter, Eggs, Rage end Soap,- - and all
kinds of Country Produce taken at market
prices, in exchange for goods. •
ap9— A 0 FETTER.
For the Benefit of the Mlle.
THE subscribers lake this method of inform
ing their old customers and the public generally.
that they have removed their;extenseve
one door north of their old stand, to the room
formerly occupied V S A Coyle, in North
Hanover street, Carlisle, *heti, they have ad
ded to their stock an extensive assortment of
-SPRING ,j' sultmEß CLOTHING.
They keep constantiy on hand a full assortment
of every kind of clothing either for dress or la
bour. Their stock,conststs in part of fine cloth
Dross and Frock-Coats,- Cassimere_Pants, Silk
and Satip Vests; and- also coats of Raffinate
Tweed, Croton Cloth, Coshenerett,' Linen, tk.c.
Mid .o full assortment of pants for summer wear
and to their assortment of clothing there is
scarcely an end, embracing almost every varie
ty, of pattern, make and price; they also -keep
constantly on hand an excellent assortment of
goods for ,
which they are prepared to make up' to order
at short notice. They also keep constantly on
hand an assortment of Leather and Hair trunks
valises, carpet bags, umbrellas,' hats and Caps,
suspenders, dress and under shirts, bosoms and
collars, fancy and plain silk neck and pocket
handkerchiefs, and lots of notions to numerous
to mention, WO invite you to give_us a call
and examine for yourselves, as we have the
stock and - are prepared to sell lb suit customers.
They would just mention that they have noeity
clothing, but that their, garmentsare all made
in Carlisle.under.their own supervision.
• 9ap3m asPARNOLD.,& LIVINGSTON.
BoNramiTs e moNrirmmis
TIM snbseriber is itist receWing a Itirgennd
varied assortment of Straw &innate, of all de
scriptions. Also, 100 Bolts Sonnet Ribbons,
- tho cheapest - ever offered in Carlisle. Call
soon or you will tmiss bargains. in Cannot Rib
We aro noiv op6iiim; a,very choke. lot of La
dies and Gentlemen's Linen Cambric Mind
kerchiefs, at various prices, cideidedly the
cheapest lot of handkerchiefs wo have over of
fered to the public. Ladies do not miss them.
IRISH LINENS, Jr.c.
We ace 'just receiving a large lot. Irish Linens
from the best Blcachories,and at low prlces--
AIRO, 13arnsley Slicetings, Pillow case Linens
and Moslins, Nvith a general assortment ofLi
nen Pant Stuffs.
'NEW STYLE DRESS TRIMMINGS
Just received the new style Quilted Rib
bons for Trimming Lrdies Dresses. Also, now
afyle Buttons ot various kinds for Ladies theses
.J.usroponed.a general _sminlPolir or Slop anti
Colored Silks and Bongo de Loins, witli other
dress goods. .
A & IV RENTZ
Stotts • Sz, Sbopo.
Z EW • SPRING *OO2O.
THE subecribar has just opened's 'general
assortment of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
suitable to".the'season, 'among which may be
found a most splendid assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
such as /Wage Do Laines. Bareges, Poplins,
Silk Tissues, French and Scotch - Lawns, Plain
and dotted Swiss Muslins, Stik and Linen Lee.
tree, Gingham, Engliith Chintzes,
assortment of Bonnet Ribbons, - Lace Gloves
and Mite, Kid, and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hand
kerchiefs in great variety, Lined and Plain Par
asols, Wide Silk TrimmiegLaces, Worsted La
ces, Ribbon -Dress Trimmings, Bonnet Cnpq
and Puffins, with a general assortment of Mil—
31May 21,'51.. G. W. HITNER.
.N. B. An experienced salesman wanted im.
=IV/ GOODS! NEW (loons!
THEmost extensive assortment of t SP.R4Bd
GOODS ever brought to Carl*, now opening
and offering by the subscriber on the most ac
commodating terms and uncommonly cheap.—
Among the, lot will ho found a most splendid
LADIES, DRESS ,GOODS,
such as Dhotis and Foulard Silks, Silk and Li.
nen Poplines, Bare„ ..5 De Laines, Fig'd Slug,
Lawns, Sarages , Tissues. Marcelines, Mil
An 'immense etoek . 6i. - Ilbanets, all qualities
and prices. Alsai - Bonnet Ribbons and Flow
-'6rs in great variety and very beautiful. '
CARPETINGS & MATTINGS,
A full assortment of all kinds Carpeting and
Innings. White and colored
Some new and elegant French Cloths and
Cassinierea at reduced .prices. .11,Iust; t
inCt Chefk. Baggirtga7 - &c.
A ne public are _invited to call and examine
this largo and ,are
stock of new goods, and
they will certainly he suitdd with the goods and
prices. Recollect the old stand East Mom at.,
Carlisle. • fap23 C. OGILLIY.
Vilely Grocery Store.
THE subscriber having removed his Grocery
Establishinent, on South Hanover
.4 . al ,
, .1; street, to the lingo building nendy
I'3L '• opposite his old staud desires to pal
ok''' the attention of the public to the ittk,
-'' perior stock of FILLS!" ' GROCER
IBS which ho has jikopened, and which. he
'will sell on the most ccomtnedattng terms.—
The arrangement of his new Establishment will
be found of the most complete character, and
his assorttnent - comprises every Article that can
be found in a 's
Perfect Family Grocery,
such as sugars, coffee, teas, spices, hams, dried
beef, cheese, shad, mackerel, herrings dried
fruit, soaps; &c., together with an elegant m
sortment o China and Crockery Ware of eve
ry style mid quality, queensware, brooms,
brushes, baskets, and on endless .vatiety of or
ticks which it is impossible to 'enume M .
For cheapness and excellence his artio s can
not be surpassed A call. from the p blic is
therefore respectfully solicited
mitrs C. INEOFF.
NEW GOODS at the OREM' STORE.
I.IIIELE undersigned informs his friends and
numerous customers, that he has just re
turned .from Philadelphia, with re large and
carefully selected "assortment-of
NEW SPRINGGOODS,- -
purchased-at the lowest prices, which he is de
termined to sell at small profits. ,
at from 75 cents to- $6 a yard; Cassinieres,
Cassinets and Vostings.-et various prices.
DRESS GOODS, - -
such as Delaines, Bgrege de Laines, a splendid
assortment of Silks, Calleoes,Ginglianis, ClPks
Table Diapers, Tickings, Mullins, Bonnets,
BOOTS AND SHOES, .
A good assortment of Mess s, Women - and
Children's Boots turd Shoes, of. superior qual
ity anti,very • cheap. Also. Boy's and Men's
Cloth Caps, Palm Hats and a large assortment
of Bonnets. •
'such as•tStigar, Coffee, fikolasees,Wenkin's
celebrated TEAS. Constantly on ,hand .the
best quality of Carpet Chain.
Tho subscriber respectfully asks all who
wish bargains, to give him q call, at his stand
oppifslte WM. Leonard's North Hanover st.—
Butter, Eggs, Rags, Sown-, and Dried Fruit,
taken at market prices.
mar 26 N W WO ODS,Agt.
LUMBER die COAL WARD.
/VIM eubscriber would respectfully inform
--11--his_cecteteeke andthcpublic .enerally that
ho still continues tin; LIJAIDER - XND "QOM
13 U NL N ESS, and tharhaving lately purchased
in addition to his former business facilities, the
largi an rrient-Wareltause.ml Coal Y rd
te,3r57 - 6 - 4feutrred - kry tfr ffeary-W-rightre.prasste
the well known Lumber and Coal Yard of the
subscriber, situate along the Rail Road and
College Lane, he, is now more Cully prepared
to enlarge his business. lie has at tinstime and
is keeping constantly on hand a wall selected
of all kinds, sorts, and sizes. Likewise the
different hinds o! FAMILY COAL. such as
stove goal of the different kinds, Lime burners
and Blacksmith's Coal, of the best quality.—
A 1 of which sell unusually low for
Cash. Ho will also keep constantly on hand
,SALI:, FISH, &c. _-
With all the different articles - generally found
in a well stored Warehouse. Ho will also at
all times buy PRODUCE and FLOUR, for
w,ldellio will pay the highest eerrent prices.
Being very thankful fur past. favors, would
most anxiously solicit a conttnuation of at .Icast
a reasonable share of public patronage.
marl 9 SA lIPL, 31.. HOOVER. .
CH CAPZI Taa..eat zuva
fiiih - gcriller - having-just - returned-from
the. East, tams to the public a more am
pie and, complete assortment of goods in his
line, thati ever previously offered, nod respect-'
fully soncitir dealers and others to give him a
call, when he will show their goods at aston
ishingly law nrires,
To Builders, Co)poiler3 and Ohm.
His sock co uprises p full assortment of
Locks and Latches of every description, Hin
ges and Screws, Window:S . l,rings and Bolts of
various kinds, Window Glass, Putty, Paints
Of all colot'ai Oils, 'Turpentine; etc., '&o.
Also, Mill, Cross-cut and Circular Saws, Ilarid
Pafinel, "Pippin.' and Back Saws, Augurs, Oki
-Broad, -Had rind Cliopping_Axos, Hatch._
ets, Planes and Plano. Bills, Steel and Iron
Squares, Files and Rasps, Haiti, Brads and
Spikes orall sizes.
To Sadlers and Coach Makers.
A complete assortment of Saddlery Tools,
Silver, Brass and Japanod mounting, Carriage
trimtnings, Broad pasting and seaming Lace,
plain and figured Canvass, DraO'Cloths,
nett, Serge and Bucram, Mriss and Dear Ilair
patent an enamelled Loather, Lamps and "Da.
tillers. Also, ilubbs; Follows anal Spokes,
Sliptic springs, Iron Axles, MallabloCastings,
To Cabinet and Shoe Makers
My stock emtraces a complete assortment
of goods in
. your line. Morossos, lining and
binding Shtna, Lasts, Thread, Pegs by the
barrel or smaller quantity, Tools of every dc.
rieription,'&s. Curled lair, flair Cloth, Var
nish, Mahogany and Maple Vitt - leers, Mould.
ings and Rosetta; Sota Springs, Glues, Mnhog
any,.Mineral and Vaneered Knobs al,all
To Blacksmiths, Farmers, and others, who may be
in want If good Iron.
110 offers a full assortment of Hammered,
Horan Shoe, Scollop, Plough, broad Mid, nar
row Tiro Iron. Also, Bolted Ilore Shoe
Bar; Band, 'Round, Square, Tire, Hoop and
Shoot Iron, Nail .Rods, Russia Shoot Iron,
Caet, - Slienr, Spring and Blister Steel, English
and American. Wagon and .Carriage Roes,Anvils; Vices, Files and 'Rasps, Horse Shoo
Nails, &e. .
Tu Hou s ekeepers and !hose about entering Me' „Va.
trimonial Stale, "---777—'
,I*ould invite attention to my benirliful as
sortment of Itaitat's and Trays, plain - auPGo•
fide style, knives, and forks - ,
Scissors and Shenrs, Brittans, Gorman Silver,
and Silver Plate, Table and' Tea Spoons,
Brass and Emerald Presorving Kettles, gmodth.
Irons, liollow.ware, Tul.4; Duckett?,
Paints and Dye Stnirs,.Fire and Water
Brushes 1 Brushes !
A groat.variety of thesoliseful articles is
fered•for eald;•consiating of Whitewash, Sworn!
Serubbing,'Paintore, loth,. Shaving, Hair,
Tooth and Ntul, , Flash and Gran/111g Br/idles in
great variety, all of which aro of/the best qua °
ty and will be sold at the lomat prices
Juno 6.. . 8 ELLIOTT
EDWIN L. PANZER. ' OLTVER a. E . 4.RICEIG.
E. Na.,;".B3LIMOR' & CO.
S, E, CORNER OF CALVERt St. LOMBARD VS,
' . BALTIMORE:. . • -
BALERS in 'I in Plates; American, Eng=
lish, and Rusin Sheet Iron; Boiler and
Flue Irons Hoop and Rod Iron; Iron Wire;
Tinnea Copper: Zinc; Sacker; Pig and Bar
- Lead; Lead Pipe; Sheet Lead; Block and Brir
Tint, Braes /Wiles; Tinner's Tools and Ma
.chineq Sitive•Trimminge; American Rivets,
all ems, Tinned and Black; &c:.i
Tim undersigned, mtedding to remove .to
their new more an a few weeks, and wishing to
reduce their present/stock', to. make room for
new. Goods. have determined toed/ ojj, for cosh,
their large stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY,
MILITAR Y. and 'FANCY GOODS, (a con—
siderable portion of which hi of this Spring's
importation,) at greatly reduced price's. Many,
of-the Goods will be eoM without regard to cost
and-purehasers.mair_rely_on getting bargains at .
wholesale or mai).
CAN GELD, BROTHER & Co
No. 227 Baltimore street,
corner of Charles et: Bolt.
SITGOLESALE & RETAIL AT THE
Southeast Comer,. Market ez•Stakth Streets.
H . R. IVICNEILLE Re. Co., invite the
thin of Wholesale and Retail buyers to
their extensive and complete 'stock of Spring
'and Summer CLO'FIIING, comprising every
variety of etylo that can be produced. Our
aim is to please and accommodate nil, and in
order -to do this, we manufacture Clothing at
almost every price. - Selling FOR CASH
ONLY enableb us to offer Clothing at a very
trifling advance. Our motto-is Small Profits
and Quick Soles. We are confident that an
r" , .." ^II that 'IS tICCOSSSIIY to
13 X11011121W110r"J . , Z is . • • '
confirm what tire say, and secure your custom.
New and Popular School Book.
riONIPRERENSIVE. SUMMARY of U—
IJ PIURSAL,..}ns•TOItY, together with
a BIOGRHPHY of DISTING U !SUE D .
PERSONS; to _which is appended_an
of lloathan Mythology, Natural Philosophy,
General Astronomy and Physiology. Adopted
in the Public Schools of Phtladolphta..
E. S. J( ES. & CC, Publishers,
S W Cornet of Fourth and Race ate.
Teachers and School Committees addressing •
letters to us poft paid, will be furnished with
copies for examinatton.
ItY'A full anortment;of ,Books and Station
cry for sale at the Lowest Prices.
Harrisburg Steam Wood Turning
and Scroll Sawing Shop.
WOOD TURNING in till its brancheiOn
-city etyle and at city prices. -Every variety of
Cabinet and' Carpenter work either on tand or
turned to order.
Bed Posts, „ Tab Pegs, Minting Posts,
Balustrcs, Neuyell Posts, Wagon Hubs,
&setts Patterns, Columns,
Slat taut Quarter Afoultlings,.Ronnd or Octagon
Chisel Handles, 8,-c.
.• This ahopis in STRAWBERRY ALLEY.
near Third Street, and:ns we intend to please
all our customers who want good work done,
tt is hoped' the trnile will give us a call. Ten^
,Pine and Ten—Pin- Balis made to order or ro
f turned. •
W. 0. HICKOK
Harrisbuig, Apra• 3Qth, _
NOVELTY IRON . WORKS,
THIS Establishment has just commencer)
operation, and is prepared to ananufneture—
Steam Engines and• Boilers, Blowing Cylinders
and Hot Mast Pipes, Retorts, Lamp Posts.
ns and Water Pipes, Car Wheels and Axles,
Castings,Grist-and- Saw. Milt
Castings', Horse Power, Threshing Machines,
Plough Castings, Cast Iron Fronts for Houses,
Cust Cruising and Railing, Patterns and Blaek,
smith's work made to order. \ •
3.1 i JONES.
Harrisburg, Pa. npe'slo-2mpil , • •
FOR BLASTING ROCKS!
ORDERS for the above article, adciressel to
to the undersigned at their Manufitetory
hear Meehanicaburg, Cumberland county, Pa.,
will meet with prompt attention, and be filled'
at the lowest cash. prices.
GEO: V. COOVER,
Town Property For Sale.,
TILE subscriber offers for, tale the HO UST:
adjoining the residence of Wm.-S,
Cobeati andlll.r. Feffer, in the Do-
Iroughuif Carlisle. The lot is 30
----.4feecil.kiront -and 121faot deep run.
Meg te-amalley. Tice — house is a eittreientlai----
froiniiiiiiilding. one eters , and n half high, and
in good order. are a number of choice
fruit-trees on the lot, and , the property pos.
assure the right to the use of a pump nearly
opposite the house. For further particulars
apply to far 2 l F. GARDNER.
sag a .
To be Sold at Private See,
ALL that certain HOUSE AND LOT
situate in the Borough of CatWe, bounded on
the east by a lot of John Ilifncre, on the north
, by a lot of Rev. John , Ulrich, on the
• . %,574. West by n lot of Jacob Weaver,
, and on the South. by North Street;
illy;:•; containing 160 feet in front, and 2•ID
feet in depth. Having therei' e
rected a twO.story double STOWE HOUSE,.
with a one and a half story. KITCHEN, attach..
cd thereto. An indisputable title will ,be given
by the owner. . • ,
apt - MARGARETTA. C: STURM.
Valuable Real Estate. For Sale.' •
vim stiblicritier will seU arprirare - sahrth - *
following Real Estate, the•property of the
dow and heirs of the late Dr. IlloGookry, deed,
to wit: All thosetwalull LOTS of GROUND
. , situate on the !teeth side of Maim
stroet,in the borough of Carlisle
e a and numbered in the general.
; 1 / 4 ..4.1 I= 1 plat)" of said,. borough Nos. 2;3 •
and 221, having thereon erected
a .double brick DWELLING HOUSE, with
back buildings and a brick stable. There ins •
very superior gardon.on the, proniises, contain- •
ng the choicest kinds of frutt and shrubbery.—
lA, perfect title, clear of allincumbrances will
be given to the purchaser. Persons wishing •
to buy can kern ther—terms yak by applies?
tion to. 1Y M BIDDLE,
• Attorney. in fact for the widow and heirs.
Estate of Jacob &Faust, dee%
NO TICE is hereby given that Letters Vet,
tamentary on the estato of 4ttcob ,S. Faust
Into of the borough of Carlisle, deed., have
been granted to the subscriber, residing in the
same place., AR persons indebted to said es
tate are required to come forward and, make
immediate payment, and those having elalma
to present Olen for settlement to
IGati LENORA FAUST, Executrix.
Estate of Eliza 1.33.w50m deeld.
NroTlcii is hereby given that Lettere of
111. Administration on 'the Estate of Eliza
Lawson, late of Cumberland county dee'd,
hsvo boon granted.to the subscriber residing in
South Middleton township. All persons ut
debtod to said estate are requested to make* int.
mediate payiltent, and those having dahlia IR
preseiwthout duly authenticated for settlement.
tGAIGL WAI. SMITH, Adm'r.
EMBERS of the Align and Eastpennsbo.,
Inrough Mutual,Fife Insurance Company;
a io,l i oroby notilled,• that the Boind of Mana
gers, have °Hint& an Ousessnient of FOUR
PER CENT on tilt the premium notes duo
the c ompany, omtlip eleventh day of March,
1851, to be paid previous to the 10th day . of
Juno note, to the Trensureror Receiver. As .
.the Treasurer intends ralling . on the members,
personalty, before tliatAimeot would- advi-- --
sable to bo ••
LEWIS llYER..Serretaa7... '''•-
NUCHART. COCICLIN, l'reaStiret4
Itlarch 26, 1851. er Gazette end Republican,
York—Union 111111 Telegraph, Harrisburg-copy
to amount $2..
May 6, 1851, , 5
TIIP BourtrXbirectore of this.filStitution,
have thiwiley declared it dividend ot TIIREF.I •
:CEN't'. for the lust six months on the
Capitol-Snack paid in; Which will he paid - to the •
stockholders or their legal rotireientinivos on or
atter the 19th inst. , •
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