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FiritlE heretofore existing firm of M. &
ll_ L. Steiner, has been dissolved for dehott
time and have again' united under the firm of
Steiner & Bros. S Corner of Market Square.
Hoping under the increased firm of Steiner
& tiros. to have an increase of their forme);
finsittess. '1 heY'lluvs . noW every facility and
cell snare no elliwts to please. their customers
they having made arrangements with the tar •
eat imp:ming housed of Baltilitere and New
York so as to receive the first styles of Goods
" fit " 3. " to ' , hose mdtkets, and -at the LOW
'Thankful for pmt patronage they solicit a
continuance from their old custorneilt, nnd
respectfully - invite — idl other's to - exanino their'
new style of superior )
SPRING & SUMNER CLOTHING,
all of their manufacture, and making as corn
pleto an assortment' as can be found in ally
more in the United States• As follows:
DRESS & FROCK COATS,
of the besf qualities of English end French
Cloths, made and trimmed in the very best
style ; single breasted Albert Coats, a new.
style, well adapted to business man, of French
black and colored cloths, at very low prices ;
single breasted Frock coals cl French , he,
close imitation of the fine dress frock' Niels at
h a il price; spring Sack Chats of cloth, enssi•
mores and tweeds, various en!ours and prices.
French Black Doeskin and Fancy Caseimers
,of et cry rjesc:iinion. '
VESTS! VESTS!! VESTS!!!
Rich Fancy Silks and Satins. Plat k do, Bom•
b.tz :ton, Valencias, Nlarseilles, and Cl.ullics,
at all 'prices.
A full nosop went of -13. y 's C Int Wog.
FANCY ORES .AR'l ICLES.,
em':racing all the new styles of Fane!
Cravats, English Satin do, &e.
C7loves—White black and cohl /,
Lisle and.entien ol • every ;I, k , etipt ion. ts
and Carpet Bags td caper., fl nit 1.,w
prtr•es. Nnshcudrts M Suprrini I•'re a It, Ia•
gl;an and American mainytoctitre, Client •
shirt: and 11-auels t I lie/Metino, silt, net
jean and tri of eyetiydrscriplioit. L .11
1,-elll, of sir; a t.l eottea, very elittd: All of
wlli,ll will im'sold at the I,)west prices whole•
or retail. •
the• Stone Irons°, corner
t!),li • Sgirre. STEINER & RIMS
(.17.11i,:e„\ Inv 18, 1853
In -the Cowl of Common Pleas of
6 Connlieriand Comity, to wit :
April 12, 1853. The. petition of William
Tr,aigh, presented to the Court 01 CU:11111On
Pleas of Cumberland County, represent lig that
on the 23d day of U iober, 180 he pun Itystd
sr S - wrill's : 4 1de - the - property of John *Plough
f or tee Sent tit $1,:90, unrl hat on the 15th day
of NM...other, 1811, Paul Mortis, the then
Sheriff, exiieutad and delivered to said petitio
ner h deed fir the premises soil, with a receipt
Mr the purchase money: Said deed, Mr some
cause unknown dt said petitioner, never tt as
aelotowledged or re, ord, d as provided for by
TIP'aA 0, or Asq.altnLly I Is, thixerui eprils-t he
C •u• t to grant a !tale rot the said Paul Merlin,
Sheriff, and upon said John Trough or his heirs
at haw, to show cause why the said deed should '
:lot now be acknowledged and recorded decor.
ding to la.. _
April l .2., 1853.. flute upon Paul Martin-to
appear nt Ihe.noxc adjourned ‘..iourr, and skew
C:III Se why the deed spiuld not be acknowled
ged, and also upon the heirs arlaw to show
if any they "have, why the prayer of the
pet itionpr,ehould not "he granted.
Notice toilie served by publication in two
iriwspapers four weeks' previous. to the
Cumberland Calmly, ss.
Georg,e'Zinn d'ro'h'y of the Court o
SL. 41,Cootinutt Pleas of said County, do ctn...
lily that Om above is a true copy of the
D0.4.,ei entry of the above ease, taken front the
records of said Court.-
Given under my hand and the sent nf the
saii Caert, at .carlislo the 16th day ,d June,
A. D., 1:451. GECP.GE Z v INN.
je 211 t Protiey,
THE Duplicate of School -Taxes of the
Borough of Carlible for the pi event year,
h u y e ices iassed to Ate undersigned -School
Treasurer. Notice is therefore given that he
will attend ,
in the Commissioners , Mice, at the
roomy Court Douse,
_on SATURDAY the
30th of July next; between the hours of J and
12, 2 1100 5 o'clock of said day, For the purpose
of roeeiving dm school taxes tissssed agree
n bl) to the Inovisons of the common school
tax. The dianr rifle On till property
and nn prolf,isions. abionintions 4 mill s ,
Alf persons paying their school taxes on or
before slid ant It of July, will lie till Jived a de.
doction of live iercent, and those, paying tiller
that date, aid "60 or before the 30th of Semen'.
her next, a deductio of three per cent, alter
which last d tie c warrant for the speedy entice
tion of all slid taxes as rernam iiiipaid,-will he
placed in the hands of n proper officer .duly ap
pointed for purpOse.
DBY . i :Treasure!.
Cat-Nate June 21.. 1853. 31.
Tavern Stand for Sale.
A' OF FL for sale the property on the North
it West corner of Hanover and Pomfret Sl9.
'1 1111 lot fronts 30 beet tin Hanover street by gao
on Pomfret, haying erected on it n well built
.-. three story Mt ICK II m USE, will
M.., nec essnry st 11/Ii 11 v. The proper! v
6gII v 11 , 1 has been it tavern sumo or many
-.." eese yr nrs, nod ra at present occupied ns
" 4 g 40 - , ....' - 'sa e h Price three .11musn lid - dub
hare, [:3O nu Apply to the subscriber.
J une .I.t. 1y53. It. GI VIN.
B.c,chera •Flatehless Cordial.
rffilllS medicine' has nevei known to fail in
..EL curing Cholera Martins, in from 10 to 15
minutes; Choleiti Iniainum, Or runner cont
plaints of children, Dysentrry, Riarrlies, sze,
in from 1r to 21 hours. It is er, lain and BON
all' eipaninatattles, having been fairly,
te:iled in upwartla of four hundred rases with. -
a it' a ainglc thilitre. Let every faMily provide
itself with ni laaa«ma bottle ol Ibis invaluable
remedy. 'Try, u, and it will recommend itself
It in ' prepared im)111.1r0IV St!ieinifi.: principl es ;
and cannot be.int•ily Icrmed n quark nu.dicine,
unless anieneo,he gu , okory. Fur 1.410 by
13.. J, D
'Smith Hanover Street,
A few dolls south _of -thu CourtAlousii,
June 32, 1833.
• Fresh Trenton Cra.elterS.
Usl 2 ,soci:ovoil, n lot ol Trenton er,u.lt ere,
eta nlen Write., !Litter and Soda Crueke rs , n•
the ....cap grovery or
June 15 1853. W. A. CATIOTIM RS.
WHERHAB the Honorable J. H. Gan
lIAM, President Judgd of the severe)
Courts of Common Pleas of the counties id
Cumlni-land, Perry and Juniata, in Pennsylva•
nia, arid Justice of the soveral. COWIN of Oyer
ant• Terminer and General Jail Delivery in
said counties. and Hon. John Rupp and Sam.
not Woodborn, J edger' of the Court olOyer anc
Terminer and'.General Jail .Delive.y for-the
trial of allicapital and other Offenders, in the
said county - orCumberlcind,by their precepts to
me directed, Jilted the Ilth lif,April, 185,3.
have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery, to be holden at Car.
iriile", "on the 4ili MONDAY of Atigust.lBs3,
(being the 23d day) at 1U o'elocilc iu the fne ,
noon. to continuo 'one week. .
NOTICE. is therefore hereby given, to the
c orone r. sostiens or rho Pence and Constables
of the said County of Combed tad: that they
are by the Sail precept atontednded to lie the!.
arid there in their 'proper ..persons; With titel;
tolls, rant:adj, lognisitions, examinations and
all other retnaninipece, to do those things
witlob to 00u ofile , s appertain' lri be dune, and
all then that arc . und',by rocogniz mats, to
presenino aglanat the prisoners flint aro or then
shall be in the jail of said county, are to be
theta to prOseetitir thorn n 8141 1 ,41 be int.% '
JOSENI ANDAUNOND, Sheriff:
Snpronea opi , laß;l , 4llAlo,'/ • •
'July 13,' 11453.
ONGSTRETII kIIIt.OTHEIt bare moved
111 .ojip9Ote the ohl.etatia. to the tat -
per' fi va', story , atorp,' 8, 411 tall . .Street,aual
nee now folly. prOparetl ,to:ealti WI to thepublic
iittz..uttlidt!Paitsetl,. va r y • 0f,,WA1.1.,
renal the weat, p Kmevleith
to the Klig,•llah and rvo the wellAttowit
at i. 4 or litilitelittri:ZalWfs Warilibei;al',7"eall awl
see before part:4ll6l poll(q'null
tvrirkt.i.ieli,,en)Ogyed to•kt.ttgthtt pafief.
odd' pcia,or best
igot Etnlir(iy; E..•!,4,1,D
-) I. Giac.. gtily44,4 O'por i .•
CANT BE HEAT!
Second Arrival of Summer Duv—Goods.
TUE subscrilier respectfully informs hi
friends and numerous elision:6ra. that he has
returned from Philadelphia with a lurga'aseort•
meat of Summer• Goods, which will be sold at
astonishingly 'low prices
Cliths, Gassimeres, Vesting& Muslins,
di eom aloglisms. lionnuis, and lints,
Ribbons. Gloves. Summar Lawns,
Alitts. Paw 5t411 ,, ,, Ilwages,
Collars, EdAings, ILuu.3l rchiefs, .Laces,
Sioilkin 25. S,l.nlner Silks Pat , neols, &a,
1300'1'8 AND SHOES.
' A large I issurtmotit of Men's Women's and
Childreirs Clouts and Slioos, Jenny:Lind And
Buskin Shoes at'very low prices.
Colored and White CA R PE'l' CiTA N
A large assortment of OR oc,ERIES, each
as Bogor. Coffee, Molasses, Rice, Tons, &c.
Tlik attention of all who wish good bargains
is solicited, as great inducements can'bo offered
Don't forget the old stand, Humerich's cor
ner, North llartover Street, .
irrilutter, Eggs, Rugs and Sort, taken a
marketk prices. N. W. NVOODS, Agt.
Carlisle, June 9, 1853-
Superior Clarified cider Vinegar.
AU PER fOR article of Clnrnfied Cider
just received and •for oak at the
cheap - Grocery of IV A CAROTIIERS.3II
Nev and Choice. Publications,
ROME LIFE IN GERMANY, by the Rev
. MODEItS FLIRTATIONS, by Catherine
SA NI SLICK'S NEW WORK,
THE LAS P LEAF OF SUNNY SIDE
by U. 'Frusta.
INTERNIEWS MEVORABLE A IVD
by Rev. Dr. Coy.
A NI AB 61, a Family History,-
anti other hew aml I,l'ore:thug works just re•
CeiVea and Mr sa:e at the Cheap Book Store.
A Al PIPER, Act.
Tin VO J OVUM!: AIEN, one a Wegortma•
ker and the other a Blacksmith, Mac miles
tiouth•of Vat lisle, on t tie Baltimore turnoiks.
Liberal wages uttil . l be given. jvn
r "111 E snbscribrr will pay life highest .
price in CAS.II i.ir SUMAC, priiiierly
cared and delivered in Carlisle. For figned
_a clad,. frau Ltd-11-S/OMB $1 pe r
poa [I Is will be paid.' and ill priyartion for other
Carlisle May 13 1353.3. n
rizaaxow &TALI; T.
J. W. EBY'S FAMILY GROCERY.
Java and Maitteaiita Coffees, Green and
koasted do., Orleans and Claratied
BroWn Sugars, Nlvermed, Crushed and
Loaf do, Solt Cru -bed (preset sing) do.
Rig I:n•inn and Corn Starch. 11roma.
Clmolate, Gtutilla. Rene, --
Mace, Citron, with Spices of„every kind,
Seem, Mould, Adamantine Candles,
Orleans and Sugar 11. Syrup Molasses,
Lovering's finest quality Syrup.
Kt - A liesh - ass.,rt mem 01 all the above arti
cles, and a general supply of other tinkles
usually - kept by-us, all just opened and for sale
at bur new store rooms.
Juno 8, 1853. J. W. EB
Cheapest Dry Goods, Grocery
and VA RI IL EIIPORItfM in the country.
Joan' no OIPS,
Sprinulield, Cumberland County, Pa.
'N'ptelli g out pablic appreciating the above
fact has caused a tremendous rush for Var;.
guns at the above establishment, where the
cheapest Int of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
ever, offered in this section of country, hasjust
been received. In Gentlemen's Wear we are
'not behind either, as we have Mt m in endless
variely and at all prices, Also, Hardware,
Qieenswarm Groceries, Drugs, (his, Paints.
Di o Stuffs, Mite, Gov., Bonnets, Boot s and
iSts., in fart everything from it Fish
flmik to a Sit t of Cloihes; oil 01 which we aro
selling at exceedingly law prices,
In order to show you,
Just give us a call,
The bargains we have
In,store for you all.
All kinds of Country Produce taken in ex
change fur gooos, at marlor prices.
• • JOIIN IiOOD.
N, e.it•in„. ill - 1011)er lot of those
cheird Strihrs. Prints, &c.
tiprinttliell..lnne t. Tss3.lrn.
FRESH TEAS, &c.
Beat Brand of Teas. Green and
Blae!c, in nintallic'packlges, also in bulk and
to orLia-11 packages. A large and general as•
sortment Jibe best NV IRON SToN N
AND ORA NITK. WARE, with it variety of
Glass Ware. and Coninion - Wore of every de•
seription, in setts or atherivisc to suit the per
chaaer, together with
CEDAR WARE, WILLOW WARE,
and a vartety of Fancy Waro always. in store
and for sal n thu “Family Crourry" nl
navid Landreth's r . - AGIII6I:IAIVAAL AND 110 It.
Implement de, seed Warehouse.
No. 65, Chesnut Street, a.. •
.TILE subscribe:lC.ller'; for sale nn extensivens•
ehrtn cut of
AGRICULTt.TRAL" INT PLEVIENTS,
Girden, Grass Field and Flower Seeds,
Agriculture!, ilorfieultm al old flotm.nienl
implement slid Seed Callogues, Lund reties
Rura I Ite;isier end Almanac 11..1853, furnich
•l u I m personal
i l i a iLr A c,rqiine i teation.
Mny 20, 1353.3 m
Fish, Fish, 0 Fish!
E pCHOICE lot of No. I MACKEREL, it
LIL whole. half end ;pia , ter bbls, also a lot o
new No. 3 Mackarel.for bale cheap for cosh n
the family grocery store of
June 22.1853. G WILLIAMS,
Ladles Dress Ggol.s
JUST received a large lot of forages, Eta
rd rage de Lanes, Lawns, Silks, &e., and tor
sale at very low prions at the new and cheap
store of WEISE & CAMPI3ELL.
USEFUL, FRAGRANT and GOOD.
BJ. liiIIFFKR has just returned from Phil;
HD adelphia with an additional sunply'of fresh
DILUGS, which in connection with his former
- Mock will make his establishment CJIIIIpIet9 in
this department, - .
In addition to the above he has S'ao.openedp
fre.ll supply of Conlectiondries, Fruit, Nuts,
pdiots and Edney Acticle&of everr , descein.
tion. '111.3 damn' in el the Lidies is &glacially
invited to his extensive assortment of Fancy
Auricles, Indies 'Pallets', F,ancy Soaps and
perfames et every,,variety.
Gentlemen 'are invited to examine his fine
assortment or Paley rtieleer—Segnre; China
add. Porcelain Piges, Tuliaucti of all kinds,
Shaving ml.l "Foiltpit Su pi ors merior quality,
c ane ,. [wing unit Carritup Whips, and ninny
other articles which more especially fillers t
gentlemen. A num'ior of tittpri.or, Woollen
Mitts 013 linitil.
The propriotor will•ho-vcry happy to hare
his frieuda and examine his goodewhether
they may wi4i to purchase or not.
July fi ISA • 13 J-KIEFFER.•
a.OZZINT W. jipiiroti co.,
GENERAL CONIMIESION MERCHANTS,
• 1101VARD STREET,
- oppueito Como,
'MEER' 4314'1W XLAZT.S. ' • •
•ITA GC El VBD O(rani Claciana.
it, ti.litll supply',' m at thaftilltivtirig, calebra,
. . ~. ,
100Augar Cd Daiiia;& d'u 'e foci flame;
100 ... 4. a .. : ':
etarilil6l',Phirt) ' , & - Co!to Horns ' ,
.14)0 ' .."..'.. ,; .i , , .D 40113116; Waatp mild. " do.' '
' : ;llhislaat hr'.tod i;ai nod the Pria'e Slade l at the
Londho'lViirlil',e'Fait'. Aloe a 1 Ito Oupply . of
.',iCdaatis Ilains;llecon;',Slteakfcre nod Shies alt
'.0f.‘.9 . 414}vi1t,h05014:‘!'01 . ..10w 14enili. '
1' “' •',I;•G. W1LL1A . 1113',,.:::
, Josto . .11,18:0. . .. . " Fondly Grocei.''
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it , EMUABLI3 TONN PROPERTY
HE subscriber offers at private sale the
following valuable property, situnteil.on
Lowlier Street, Carlisle, viz : • '
No. 1. A Lot of ,Gronpd,' having a
front of 24 feet, on Loather street, in the Bor
ough of Carlisle, nottfextending 240 feet back to
Locust Alley, having ibereonerecied a two story
PLASTERCC hIUUSLI wuh n'one,
,„,,Nl.i II= ! 01111.0'1.AB' 'luny back building, and
..bath, all in goo ' order.
!putt'. eight rooms, and
sin ext.:client garden.
No. 2., adjoiniii4 the above, is a lot o
I 2 feet front by 230. feet deifp to alley, hay
ing erected on it a two story Plastered House
eontiOnini; lour rooms,and having n'gpod garden
and a variety of choice fruit trees..
N0.;3., adjoining the:above, 24 feel in
front and 240 te.:t deep to add a two
story Plastered [louse, with cellatinl_garilen:
No. 4., a lot of 12 feet front by 240 ft
deep to said alley, with a two story nistered
House, well fiaished and a good frarne'stable on
the back of the lot. Also a variety of fruit trees
in the garden. '
No. 5., a lot of 52 feet to front, by 240
fret deep. to said alley, on which is erected a two ,
story plastered llouse, with back htil4lings, bake
oven,tv.ish house,cistern and ptimp. 'I he house
is finished-in first rate aisle. There is a stable
Hite sheds on the back of the lot. The lot con
tainsa great deal of shrubbery with over one lion
dre.l choice graded trait trees.
No. 6,, a lot of 10 loot in front by 240
feet drop to said alley, tvillt a new two story
Wink use and bask buildings, unto cellars
mrllot tillEtm all.
' No. 7, a Int of 16 feet front and 240
eep.' with a new Brick House, same as the a
eve, and stable.
No 8., a lot 33 feet in front and 240
Jer k , with n huge two story House, well finish
hroughom, with nine large rooms, large kitchen,
. other out buildings. The garden is
large and emit:tins .1 vartety of Trull trees. The
one half an will and pump near No 8 will be
l'ae above properties are in good repair,
and most of them newly built. They will be
sold very low and 011 reasonable terms. For
fun t .er iitiornuittomenquire of either cr the sub
scribers It. E. SIII.WLEY, sr
June 8 1853 IL E. SIIEPLEV,jr.•
T INT El %V PORT ItIXXZIL
7L IJL subscriber will sell by Private Sale,
II the following described dill Property, to
wit : Niue acres of Land situate in Oliver
township, Peril/ .county, adjoining the flour
ishing borough of Newport._Tho Upprove
merits arc a Three and a half Scory
MERCHANT AND GRIST MILL;
with two wathr wheels, propelled by Little
Belisle Creek, a never-lailnig, stream, with
lour run . of stones, smut machine, merchant
and country bolts, Plaster Screw and all the
necessary machinery belonging thereto,', Saw
story Frame DWELLING HOUSE,
- With an exrellent pump at the door; stable and
all the m-cessary Out hot,ses.. The said int
provetnents, with. the exception of
have been made new within the fait two-yews.
The Pennsylvania Rail Road passes through
this property, and the Pennsylvania Cilial plis
ses within five or six 'terr bee of it. Sold w'op
criy.ia..within.sixiy perches of the R R Depot
iii Newp rt, end nature has made Newport the
depot of Perry county, :Aan - beautilul home,
or n profitable,investment no property so desi
rable has ever been offered for sate to this
county. ABRAHAM RISSER.,
Sane 8, 1853•,2m
AHEAD OF ALL CDMPETINDN!
“Saxton Loads the Culutnia.”
FTP.It days and nie:its of unceasing toil
A und - troubie I have succeeded in :narking
aid -arranging in) , new stock of II A It D.
•kVA It E and altnMigh there has twen a ire.
nal:11,16ml rush of cast omen wh a know where
t o deal on reasw - tablo :orris, and who appre
ciate my old habit uq , l, selling cheap without
making much lung afieut the twitter. 1 am constantly making - aibm. 10 - . new customers to
drop in and examine
: what is undoubtedly: the
LARGE"; l' A MY - a Ll , crtissartment of goods
ever offered west cl Philadelphia, and embra
cing everything usually found in a Hardware
S'.ore, front a needle to an anchor, all of which
are of the best quality and. will be sold at prices
which cannot fad to wive satisfaction.
TO CARPENTERS Sr. BUILDERS, -
1 would soy tlht my stock of cross cut. hand,
panel ripping and buck saws, bright, black and
blue augurs, chisels, planes, locks, hatchets,
hinges, screws, straight necked and bar ...ohs,
imiticmg, and chopping axes, iron and
steel squares, rules, tape mea.ures, levels, &e,
cannot tail to please the most fastidious.
Can be-accommodated on the twist reasonable
tends with Durkee's celebrated York plows at
$5 37. Also Plank's, Grai i , - ,head's and others'
at manufacture's' prices; sjtades, rakes, lurks,
shovels, grass and grain scythes. (Dunn, Dar
ling and t :minas in tke.) l'atent and common
smiths of hair a dozen different kinds. Grain
Cradles, (Gregor's, Plauk's, Craighead'r, and
Craw bach's malted it reduced rates. Also
grindstones. culling, boxes, chain cistern and
fiirce pumps, halter, breast and log chains. sin
gle and double traces and spreads Cedar acute
Each as tubs, buckets, bowls. Water kegs, to
getter with 1111 everlasting assortment el . table
and pocket , cutleiiy, options, shears and scis
sors. candlesticks, snuffers, shovels arid tongs.
kettles, pens, sad iron', waiters, brushes, &e,
which - will be sold by tlio wagon load, ten yard
bushel or in the ordinary way,
coma friends, give its n cull nail see
IM yourselves. We'll wait nn yon with pleas
ure. and give you bargains of which von can't
complain, Reinetnber the pace. East Iligh
Street, opprishe Ogilby's
done 1,- 1853. . HENRY SAXTON..
.1, E Y
B4itG4..rws! .1? ARGAINS !
At OGIGBYYS Wholesale and Retail
E P It U .
ifly AM now renewing my second supply of
Slimmer Goods, and will sell them off client).
or than tiny other hou-c — in. the ciniiity. It is
Impossible to onumernto—sullice it to ray, hat
our stock of Dry Goods is immense crtibra
clog every erticle in the line, and at pridis
The ladies patticularly ore invited to call and
amino our new stock of. elegant DRESS .
C+lol3:. 4 .—Crape Shawls, Bonnets, Ribbons,
I Vorit, &c• &c; Our assortment .1 - Centlemen's.Wear is lal
and ccinalete, consisting of
Cloths. Cassimeres. Ctislimarets, Vestings,
•Cotoimades, &e. &c.
CAA & MATTIN GS.
A full,asaognotii of Imperial, Ingrain, Cotton
and Verdi f.htipettingo.
Mattings ;ivory" quality and width.
• Als ) n new and largo ass.wtment of Ladies'
and f.:itildr.ut's , J
onny Lind' and Bus
kin Shies at very .ow
Reo'.llect the 4• Ad stand." East 'Alain street
June 1, 1),(53. OGILI3Y.
4f . g . :
Corner of Ylanove'r and 2,9uther eta., Carlisle:
r~Hld undersigned has always on hand's large
AL stock of superior Cabinet Ware. in all the
different stylus, which he :s'prepared to sell at
the lowest prices. Ile invite , an mien part ie-
Ularly to the Palma Spring Bottom. Betlstgad,
moat useful article, which; envrely obviates all
objettlens. 'rho bottom can be attached to old
Iledsteads. They have given •mire satisfa6
lion to all who have them in use,
irroo 1 7 71 NS made lo order :lithe shortest
JACOB F ETiTII.
Carlisle Jan'y. 22, 1851.-ly,
Extensive Furniture Roues
'IIIAAIEB R.I I I I O,VGB. would root ectitilly
tr,P call tho alum:ion liteepars and the
pnblio to hie oatonshro stuck of ELE: I 3 , AN'r
FURNITURE. including Sofas. Waratobes, ,
Contra and ether 'Tablas, Greasing
Bureaus and b•iir,rothru•artieleld Ins branch of
business. Mani new - on hand the largeik as.,
adrtmont of IB.S'in Carlialry at the lowest
prices. o:77Collins made at the Shortest notice'
and a Hearse previdod.for ftinatals.
its I call at hls onablisliment, Nuth Ilano
vorstreatotear Glass's it GTILL. . N.8.-Ter
tiituro hired out:'by, the month or.yearl
Carlisle:March 20. 1850.--ly
''Estato of •11 Donaldson dee'd . •
ETTBII.B of Administration ois the eetatS
Lof Ei;EANOR• DONALDSON, late , of Miami
County, Ohlo, deceased, have !nail/rank:4i to
the subscriber residinkin Carlisle. AII peritone
having, elahnc..ttelinstr said estate will present'
them, for cattleman, and. thoce , indebted Are ,
requechod tointeltoinnivetlinte 'payment to
Juno 8 Adaer..
Spring ez, Summer:styles of Hate!:
7. - --,-,-- - - --, - :i :7,-_-c.:...: .l . - k4. - --a.-_ - -
---- , 4•:".. ,---- -: , q.---
~-,---,......, ,• - ....,,--.__ .
dr" &J. KELLER desire r reepe'ctfullY
,W-lortn their customers and-,friends that they
ore now supplied with a,grent variety of
AND CAPS •
for Spring Mlll,Summar use In addition to
,a beautiful spring, style of Silk. Date and their
extenslve assortment of light and coloured
elouoh 'hats they would call particular alien
tion to'then Panama, Legnorn, Chip and Straw
Hats just received from the cities. Their 11F
eortment is large and for beauty of style.execl
lence of finish and lownose ni price they cam
not he surpassed. -A large aseiortment or %Jays.
exclusively l ii h o r n s roi l t u t u : in iv sole , erubar, constantly on
hand. Also ctsd assortment of
CHILDREN'S HATS.. „ -
Carlisle and vicinity to call nfid•einntine our
nesortment nt the_old stand, opposite to the
Telegraph .011Icol • ..tt may ll
NEW DRUG STORE 1! !
South llanerer Street, Ilrearlhe Centre House..
Mt J. KIEFFER, druggist, Would respect-
JUN folly inform too cameos Of -Cuilmle and
vicinity that he hits opened a n ew
CHEMICA,f,, AND DRUG STORE.
His stock is entirely new, and has been selec
ted with great-care. As ninny of the articles
in daily use by physicians and families deteri
orate' by lige and exposure,. great care will be
taken not-to allow such arucica.to .accumulate
in such quantifies.
.A.,tentiort is especially invited to hie stack of
, Wines, Extraet•, Conlectia ha
Sce. Together with the ny,forn he has a full
nasoiTment - of Piiints,. Vavaishea, Dye—Stuffs,
Puint and Varnish Brushes, and
of every variety. He hue alseon hand aeplen
did egsortrtient of
Perfumeries, Soaps, Extracts, Fancy, Hair.
Clothes and- Flesh Brushes, Supporters,
Br. ast Exhaneters Nipple Shields,
Tooth Washes and Pastes ; ak a
MEDICINAL WINES . AND BRANDIES,
of the - hest quality. SEGA R S.from the best
Havana and Spanish houses, o f every,flavor,
from one cent upwards.
In order to ensure hie customers ogpinst
mistakes during any minporaray absence of
the proprietor, the semees of an experienced
and co npetent assistant hate been:secured,
"which will be felt'to be important, in-view of
—t ies - whichmre - known to'devolv - e
,upon the cirtny.Mst.
.0 - PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
will he faithlitlty and promptly attended to,—
Orders from Physicians and Merchants in the
e.oitntry will be filled with care, and at prices
which must prove satisfactory. -
N. B.—All' officinal preparations mnde in
strict accordance. With the directions of the Lt.
A- liberal share of public patronage is res•
peettully solicited. Terms Cash.
illay 11 1893.. B. J. KIEFFER.
CULPS PATENT POATABLE
cxxam. ratz,L, AVID' rit-uss,
Ifil li E undersigned having purchased the
H right of Prank/in' and Cumberland coun
liCB, Pa., and Washington county Aid. for
CULP'S PATENT POPTMILE CIDER
MILL AND PRESS are new manufacturing
machines under the imrnediaio-supervision .1
Henry 8 hrpler, a - practical millwright. Orders
will be received and tilled with promptness.—
All machines will be warranted.
By this ntachitte, which can be conveyed on
a wheelbarrow, ontrinen and a boy can make
from five to eight bat:telt a cider a day,with
ea4o, and the cider is tliormighlY pressed front
the pomace. The labor is light•ard- the ma
chines-arostinple tind — permanenr.
This .machine was exhibited the State
Agricultural Fair, to Lanca§ter.imEtested with
several others, and the_eotomittee awarded the
premium to it. The machines are warranted
to perforin what is herein stated. Orders are
N - . B.— the press connected Wilk the mn•
chine can be used for pressing corrants, and
cutting vegetables for feeding stock.
Mny 11, 185:3. fm Chamberfibura
Parasols and Sunshades.
JUST received a handsome lot of Parasols and
Also, it large as9ortineni 01 Cull Elndersleeves
Spencers, Collars and Ruffling, for sale cheap.
„-- SPRING SHAWLS
d 1 .11.1, -- tilot of handsome Spring Shawls, for sale
Also, Black and Fnney Coloured Miters, lost
received and for sale low nt the new ard.chenp
store of WEISE Be CAMPBELL.
Carlisle, A pl 20, 1853,
Lined Buck Gloves.
TIE, snlmeriber has on hand slen's DUCE
GLO VUS, ii4.l with Sheep =kin, suitable for
d ivinz gloves. innl9 W.IIITN
Cheap Ind Gloves.
The subscriber has just opened another in
voice of the best quality .Puris Kid Gloves,
the low price of 621 ea. per pair.
GEO. W, lIITNER,
moNrcznes ZIONAMTS 1 -
,just received, et prstea
oin 37 ets up to $5.001 Itiltbensand
TriSnmiugs to.match uncomnymly low
PARA / S . ULS,
An immense assortment just received, from 1 2 1
ets up to $4 50
The ladies nro respectfully invited to examine
our large and elegant stock tit Dress Goode now
opening at Ogilhy's Emporium,
CARPETINGS & NIA'rTINOS;.
The largest and cheapest lot of Carpets ever
brenlitto Carlifire.. Also 4-4, 5-4,& 6-4 white
and colonied Matting, stow 'opening, and selling
I ewer at* other store In the enmity et
BOOTS & SHOES,
Several thousand pairs -now opening. Rad eel:in
ut prices ihnt ustottiali 'est:A-yi) ly Only 0'
cents for a pair el Shoes at' the-Clitiaji Devlin
Cordele, Apt 20, 1853.
SPRING FASHIONS FOR 1853.
FORGE RELLE,It. respectfully announ.
"Illirces,to his old Patrons and the public gen
orally that he has just received she
SPRING STYLE OF GENTLE
, ikIEN;S lIATS, manufactured at
one :of, the best establishments to
Philadelphi4' to 'winch 'he invitee
Ire has also nonsiantly onAtind a large and
varied assortment al tis °nip manufacture an
well as city made t
IVITS dltrir, CAPS, ,
suitable for• he 'ticasothooinPrisind every vari
eil of Russia, Bcaver„Moletecin end Silk Hats,
finished in the' latest style, together with a full
assortment, of Caps of every shape and doe
cription, and at every price•,Ho particularly
. invites the, public to call and examine his exten
sive assortment, which in style,' material and
finish, cannot bo surpassed by any in • market,
and which ho is able to put at prices tower than
over. tcrßemeinber hie old stand on North
Hanover steeet,,hotween Humer's end Sener's
ete ••• [June 17
HOUt•E AND LOT FOR . SA.LN,
, . .
TUE sulticribeit offers for'sale the BRICE
HOUSE and Lot, 95 feet front by 340 It deep,
• now occupied by Mi. liter, Itclier,:in'Nerth
Ilancivor street. The house . and all the ini
,!.prevoinents• aro 'nearlyy nelv,.:,,The dwelling
contains thirteen coiled robnie,,ipeluding.don- -
bid -- ‘ifttachocr eiaterti.. Stpoke
H'.Use and ittible . : •E'Or farther infoiartion
apply next door to' the preinittes - to •-'• • .
Tiflo 13 !fib, ' : ;Agent.
In the Court of ; gammon -Peas--o
Cumberland poutly., '
"Cutheride Eiehellergeo • .•
by:her next-friend 'Levi N 0,3 Jun feint 1853.
' • ••• :• •• • ..,. ..Subnine
• va sur Divorce.
,••-•,b3cotl' Eichelberger, , •
fikipo pirty Apflterm 1653:'
' . its; ... L .' : Subpeua
-,••[ • • •••
• ~ , The said iinhpOintruhrint;*livfili,
hderilesited:Oittref,•.r.nid 'Ven& eta prohf yr. lido
that the so;iti .111006.:41elteiber6t ., the difitindstit
berland ' •••-•.; .• •
Now'the' sitid ;11t4.13-,Elhhill il ii*Sr,'the do.
'!•lrend•nt terbetaby,notitiOil , iind'ilifnuti , ed JO sp.'
pelf , en fire( day .4 AtifthffOtTii
?• , -.ltootdny . ;Jibe 25fd rtns,we,
4 " Jd§..MoDAft ' friCOND•.'
July 11, 1853, • Sheriff..
BRAIN DR/LIS. FOR 1853. -
4 . • .
mooßE's• PATENT GRAIN DRILL AND SEED PLANTER, for planting wheat, rye,
oats, barley, indian corn, timothy seed, - etc. Thiti'mneltine vas patented July 2d, 1550.
its operation during the three post years hoe been . highly ' successfnil; wherever it hoe been thor
oughly tested, its, good qunlities,hove been universally acknowledged; and notwithstanding tho
great increase of competition, it still continues to maintain its superiortity over all others yet
, . in nee.
During the year, 1850 and 11151 it received the highest premium at sixdifferent Agricultural Ex
hibitions, as follows—Two in the State of Maryland, ono in Michigan, ono in Delaware, and two
in Pennsylvania; while within the past year it was awarded the first and liner:et premiums at each
'of the county exhibitions of Chester, Berks and Schuylkill. . .
The fact that in receiving the aboVe premiums, this machine was brought at several different
times in a fan- and open competition with 'lOl the-Grain Drills of any note, yet in use,' and after a
careful examination and investigation, I y the authorized committee, was in every instance awarded
the highest premium—is a matter worthy the consideration of the purchaser.
Its principal points of recommendation are, let —lts durability, 2d ifs perfect simplicity of con
strtietion, 3d the easy milliner of regula-ing to sow any desired quantity of seed, 4th the exactness
with which it distribntes rho seed, operating equally well on uneven and sidling ground ea on an
even surface, sth its easy drought, being about 25 per cent lighten- than most other seeding machines
now in use.
All letters for informotiOn, no well ns orders for mnchines, will be ppromptly wended to.
The manufnerory hitherto under the firm of Leo, Pierce & Lee, hat. been changed, and is now
conducted by, LEE, PEIRCE &THOMPSON, to whom all orders ehould be addressed.
B, M. NIELDS Ageht.
Crcildoun Post Office, Chester county, Pa.
July 1:0, 1853 -6%y
EXLVER MEDAL .. .
Awarded to this Machine at the Fair of the American Institute, New York, Oct. 2 BM
' A Diploma at the' Franklin Institute, Philadelphia. First Premium at the Mato
Fair, Utica, New York, and at the Col Ida and Rensselaer county (New York) Fair.,
and a Diploma at the 'Westchester County Fair at White Plains.
• Hicitoit's PATENT IM
• Itt the present arringoment of this highly approved and
valuable Mlll, the Tabor la dividad by arranging a cutting
Clylindm, to break the appim,.and then dellyer them to the
lower Csllndera to be minced to potence. by thin ar
rangement the work It perfetmetblaster and with much
Thee Press Is arranged with u mind, larger screw than
formerly, and by a very ingenious device the use of Chu bog
Is dispensed with and the Tub made to open at will to do.
liter the pomace, while at tho same time the Cider 'ls left
clear and tho work can be done with much less labor than
by the old method. The Cylinders.ano covered with heavy
sheet Me, both , on their peripheries and ends; the wood
In them to arranged so as not to red-tlan wholowerk
on the 11111 and l'ress made in the Very best manner and
arranged with especial view - to their durability and service.
No Farnier Ivlio uses the 11111 easefully and recording
to directions will be dleappotrs teotilmit. on Alto other
hand ho will find this one of the most valuable and efficient
machines on his farm.
. . .
Tho machine-1s made to run by horse, steam, or hand
power, and when the apples are ground, a small boy of 14
years of agleam preen the pomace...v.lth nil
In all former times it was supposol that a large quantity
of Cider could maybe made by twinge ponderous machine,
that slowly crushed the apples without grinding them nue.-
They were then made into a - mess/Ile ebbeso in straw; and
most severe and long pressure woo required to extract a
portion of the Cider, a conalderablequantity beiffienbeeched
by the straw and the ulnas of pomneo;. and to obtain this
unsattsffictory result the farmer hod to take all his bonds,
and perhaps his sit-memo team, and devotee whole day that
could hare been more profitably employedl to make from
el: to eight barrels of Cider. To obviate the. difficulty the
Farmers-have heretofore labored untler,.thls Machine has
been invented, and the statement of n few facts will prove
that It is not only the best Merlin° of the kind In existence,
but it is the moat profitable list n man ran have on Ills
farm. Tho apple° are by this 3lnchine grated up Into a fine
pulp, se that it requires but a comparatively light pressure,
and that but a minute or two, to extract all the Cider, II
being ascertained by practical experiment that One-Fourth
more juice can be obtained Onus by the old' process. Be
sides this, it only requires two bonds to grind up and make
Into Cider a larger quantity of apples than can be possibly
done on tho old-fashioned machines. On this pram, owing
to the compactness of the pomace In the tub, null the cons
'pleto manner in which it Is ground, n pressure of from a to
5 tons—that ran easily be obtained—will produce a more
favorable result than fifty hms ,pressure on the ordinary
Entered according to Act of emigre., to the year tea, in
RECOLLECT THUS IS THE N
JOHN D. GOBS hereby informs his old
friends and customers t::at he has removed his
TIN IVAIID AND 5T0RE.200516 to the
room lately occopied by Mr. J. W. Guy as a
Grocery Storoom Main street, where no will
ns heretororermantilitcture and' keep constantly
in 'stu.e every deserip ion of
TIN AND SIIEET . IIION - WARE, .
made its the best style and ut the very lowest
prices. . Good unrktnelfand.the rosy best,ma•
!mint alwaye et - nolo td.g.) as to "ensure entl-re
sati.factiou.. SPOUTING 'and JOB-M URIC
done at the shortest notice, in n superior , man
ner, and ittifair prices.. in store at all
seasonti a large and attractive variety of
ItARLOUIb NiND. COOKING STOVES, _
compritiing every mew and fancy style, of all
'Prices and sizes, adopted to burning either
wood or coal. ills assortment of stoves he in
tends shall net be surpassed by any other ee—
tablisliment;. comprising a score or !sore of
difEretit styles to suit all tastes.. Thankful to
his friends forl he patronage so long bestowed
upon hint at his old stand, he — respectfully in
vites a call-at his new establishment, confident
that his large.as•sortment ent.not fail to p lee.
Apribc2.sr, txSS. .10ILIN 0. GORCAS
pIIE subscriber is now having made up. a
logo lot of veil; superior I.SLOTIUNG,
which he is determined to sell as kW if not
lower than any other house in the country--
llio stock iwill consist Ed—
na° Dross, Ssuinett,aelc and Overcoats
Casaitnere, Sattinettand Velvet Cord Pants,
Satin and Cadmium Vesiings„&c.
Also, Gloves. Ilosiery,Suspenders, Cravats,
Shirts, Shirt Goltara ' Umbrellas, lists, Caps,
itlerinti Shirts and. Drawers,
I will st all timers keep aigood assortment of
Cloths.Cassitneres and—Votttings on. hand,
wltith willbe modO UP to .order in the best and
nuitit fashionable style. T have as .foremaa of
this establishment a-practical tailor, one who
has had considerable experience in the busi
ness, and is not surpassed as a cutter in the
borough Of; Carlisle.• Ail-garments made to
order warranted io fit and well made II not,
no sale: am now receiving tliiisc , F,from
Philadelphia a fresh assortment 'of ( lath,
Cnssimeres and V esting,s, to whiti I invite
the - attention ofiny numerous old customers
and the, public in generaf t . in wan of.
cheap and g ind ,Tsrment's s,vtll do well and save
money try eallintrand eximettingthisitock be
fore purchasing,elsewherci No trtittble to shoiv.
the Recollect the - stand netts door to
flutltlsildee's lintel., 'lgnit e ;no thistakti ,jus t 'ens doorTroin the' cornea:.
SoPeR „ Ulf ARLES Daturir.
Real Estate at 'Private. .Sale. •-•
• H - subscriber offers at Private Sale the
i I Pat% an which ho now Situated in
South:niddleton toWnship. - Cernherland coati-'
ty.' about' two' miles South el.- Carliele.'con
'mining, 3) actiYa' . M.Yrfi' , or •lesi; of firet.rate
limestone land; ail•unde.'pood fence din it'
high state of cultivation.. The unproverneate
are a double twristory Stale Heim, lately .
C re Cr
paire a Dank Darn, Stone Spring R 813140 and
other' natVaildiage.., Thar°. is,46o,4l,fineroi.
chard of choice Runnirtgvnter through
.Icts very doiorabki,r, prep-, 1.
,epiplot;• esPeabllY • for
"Peranue deiutink , toc;,ourebeeu
-•.m ay 2:3; N
"eti . Auticiiiierriasiop e nl inVoice,
k . 0 01 )0C erp ,Debllo-
‘filf Ai, newt(' 'price 3 .,•;Alti ,TC!-„P.'4,lie,ap !lot ql
Dten• • , . •
1•115 . ' GEO.*;•IIITNER.
PROVED CIDER. MILL.: - •
Cider Press, even if thonpples were grounds as finely as on
the improved 31111; and if the apples wore merely crushed,
an on tile Nut 3lnrhhie, it would require a pressure of one
hundred tons to produce the result "accomplished by this
Patent Mill. The fbileawing may be adduced as the decided
advantners of this Mill.
First—lt will mnlto more Cider than any other Press, with
a given quantity ofaiiphs, in a given time, and with much
Inn labor nndexpense.
t will make cleaner and sweeter Ciderthan any
Thfrd—You can make the Cider as you want it, andwhen
you want it—and in quantities from ono gallon to 0 or 10
Fourth—With it you can press your . Currants, Cherries,
Berries, Chrece. Butter, Lard, and Tallow.
Filth—With it you can save one-fourth
.. .of your
time txx - making Apple-butter. •
Sixth—With Ite use you can at all limos havei Fresh
and ftweet Cider.
With nil the advantages reaulting from thipmusemdon and
WO of sueli a =chino—at a price so low that it la within
the reach of all-con It be that any Intelligent ' , armor
would do without itt
Do you wish to have in yourbonse at all times Mar that
Is sweet and fresh, the only time it is really healthy end fit
for itho—and-do you wish to save a great portion of tho
hard labor attending the making of
' Apple-butter If so, buy this machine, arul our word
for It, yen will not be disappointed.
This hini is warranted superior to any other portable
Mill•in eaintence, and the Proprietor is ready at any time,
(on lid, notice being given,) to test It with any Portable
Mill that in not an Infringement on it.
Farmers eaatnine.thia newly IMPROVED
MILL, before you buy any other.
Ono great edvantage of trills machine over all others, is,
that it will not choke up, and hard or soft apples
can be ground, and yet the Cylinders all) always remain
clear and in grinding order.
All orders will be filled in the order in which they are
received, and all persons wantthg them would do well to
send their others early, and state at what time they want
the Mill sent.
This 3011, attended liy 2 men.. wili;when properly worked
according to directions, make ti to 12 barrels of eider a day—
and will grind alone by horso-power from 100 to 300 bushels
of apples a day. '
Are- The Prieo of the 011111 e $4O, freo of freight. •
HARittelnliic, PA., May, 1853. W. 0. HICKOK.
the District Court of the Hastert, Diztrlet of Pecasylesnia.
EAV AND IMPROVED
E subscriber wishes to draw the Mien
don of the nubile to limit own interests
which they may consult to good advantage b:
examining the elegant tomicarnplete assort
moot of Hardware Pt every, description, whic
Pin is now reottiviugat his old 'stand on Nort.
O C O , AC UM AKERS
We have a ,large supply of springa, hubr
bands, laces, curtatns,-and Roar oil cloths an.
drab clothe, of diflitrent gualhies, in fact ever.
thing hi your luie.
• TO CABINET-MAKERS
We offer complete setts of veneers, knobs an
mouldings of walnut and mahogany, to suit
both the taste and the purse.
the splendid assail tnent of tools in your line
as also a complete stock of building materials
zu , ll as locks,. hinges, screws , latches, glass
paints, oils. varnishes, 'turpentine. &e. .and
runs carpenters tolls cheaper than ever, zi
has been . acknowledged, by a carpenter wit
has seen them:
cannot go wrong in giving na a call for a sup
pry of hammered, rolled, slit and oilier ito
genetally used, as ills i cast, shear America
and English blister steel, &c. &c.
OUR FARMER FRIENDS
will also.consult their interests by louking of
ourchoap shovels, forks, trace chains, homer,
and every other article trorn_a .cradle to s
plough,tasnit CllOlll in price and quality,
VIC PUBLIC GENERALLY •
r are also invited to examine the quantity and
quality now :on hand of cedar Ware,ltitis,'
(Morns, buckets, oils, such as fish, sperm and;
flaxseed oils, which will be sold at the loivest"
cash prices. I would'also call attention to 'my
splendid- assortment of WALL PAPERS,i
prei.eating, a numberless variety of - Patterns at,
priceslrom 6 cts. upwards. Remember there
is no mistake here, fin all articles - will be sold;
at the l)vest cash prices at the old and .wellt
kit awn 'Stand rn.'fslorth Bantaver street. East:
skis, hawse') 141cClaughlin'a Rotel and Kell
er's Ilat Store. JACOB SEA ER.
New Goods!! New Gbods!!
r iiL subscriber having just returned from
the city offers.to his custoin - ere and the
public in general a large and well selected as
eort . inotit of Carulice, , Fruit, Nuns, &.,• which'.
for mien and quality. can't be beat.
ilaVe ca ',tautly tan hand and manufac
ttiring-OANDIbIf.I of a impeder quality, con. •
siet ng cif Stick candies of all. kinds,
:Mint, Leman'. Chocolate .&, Gum Dropa,
' Fruit and Nuts 'cif all 'kinds; such , es • .
Oranges. Lemons, Flgs,ltnisonii, Dates, .;
Prunes, 'Almonds, Eligl'sh': Walnuts ,
Cream Nuts; FillicrO" - C
California & African Ground' Nu s, &u•
A leo - ra" largoaistiertment' of Willow Cradles,
Ctitis,-Coachas..4.4.,;.:Aceordeonii fromls' ca. •
te $.lO, Gittler;;Sugar; and Water 'Crackers,
Cavondleli, Ccingreae, Mrs Miller's'and-Good ,
wi ea'ri e '-eat l'obaocct,:and 'a variety. of other '
' ttio liberpl pationsee lierteforiexten,.
,ifed to 414 hif fropea to.. toceive a continuance t
(nritetneatber t h e plata, oppo
-4)101A11.10N'',11A14,,,. .; .
• •Alirlf;fl7,lB43. woitvitEy. •
•,..E§,tate of Jane Whampopl,-dee'd;
28' Adniiniitration'en 'the esi4te:
•of •Jatts Wirlrrioor4lats.of Mian*iee,.
Ohio. decdosed,, have bean grdnted to the 'sub: 1
scriber, residing in Carlisle: All pstiona ,
,ing cleimohgeinst 'mid write willipiteitgAooloi
for setilernent, 'end tibiae indebtod;;Siio - fegtiss-4
red ttilnakdimmddlatelitfynihnt, l / 4 10;::' , ':
'• • •
PERRk 001INTVI WARM SPRINGI3.
.TH° proprietor ef "this place feeling highly
. gratified with the success which hatratten•
dad his management of the aboVe establish—
ment during the' -past 'season, haa lutiher
increased his efforts to render .the place and
accommodations, still - more inviting and cam
fertable, by adding - a new large Bath Renee,
'with Summer Houses, Sic.
These Springs' are situated on the banks of
Shertimit's„and empty into Sherman 's Creek $
a stream associated with the thrilling ',scenes
between the early_acttlers of that-part of Penn:.
Sylvania and Aboriginal, whose hunting grOutid
lay on its margin. The qualities of the water
of the Warm Springs are moat extraordinary,
indeed, so much so, that none ' has ever been
ascertained iu the united States for the speedy
and permanent cure of all eruptions of the, skin,
and every speciesof Cutaneous Diseases... Hun
- of Certificates could be ptoduied and
published, if requisite to the Many cures it has
perfortned: The Bathing Houses aro so arran.
gad as to use the water olthe different springsr
some of which throw out ninety gallons of rm..'
ter to , the minute.
The Springs are accessible by.the Central;
Railrt.ad to Duncintion, where a fine nevi coach ,
is in readiness on the arrival of the cars to con—
vey passengers who desire to visit the Springs,.
fourteen miles N. W of Duncaimon. All per.-
cons leaving Philadelphia in the morning maim
of cars can arrive at the Springs at 5 o'clock'
the same evening... '
-The'coach will cemmence•
running daily on and ofter the 10th of June;
and continue daily • during the _season:leaving
the Springs every morning so es
.to reach the
cars going East and -West:
~ All comtnunica.--
tions 'for the Springs should be directed to Dun—
cannon P. 0., and will arrive at the Springs •
daily. The terms of boarding will -be made ,
moderate, and the boarders can depend upon •
every attention'palirlhem._ Sherman!s_Creek , "
affords deligbtfdl fishWg. as well as fine sailing:
i boats, and horses and carriages on hand for out.. The country affords fine' roads for
riding, and the scenery is beautiful. The dis—
'tance from Philadelphia to the Springs,.l.23
miles. Fare $4 001 -
1:1:1FA coach will tee-every Wedhnsdity and-1
Saturday to ho Springs, Itrivingearlisle on the.
arrival of the cars from the Ewe. The ceacht.
will start from Burkholder's . Hotel; but thoset
who leave their names will be called for sit their.
residences. if they desire it. Fare $l.
jeis H. H. ETTER, Proprietor- •
WUITE struistrxt SPIZINGIC:
.Gar, Cumberland 6ounty, Paola
THIS popular end delightful Summer 'Re
treat, so favorably known, is situated at Doub
ling_ Gap, in the mountaine -which -form the
northern boundery of the Cumberland Valley,
*bourn miles southwest Of Hariisbuirgi The
Springs aro accessible, from the'Eastern cities
by Railroad to Newville, via Lancaster, Har
risburg snd Carlisle. From Newville‘ to the•
Springs there 8 miles of good staging: Pair.
sengers leaving Philadelphia or tialturore,ift
the morning, will arrive netlitv Springs about 6'
P. M. , at a cost of front $3 50 to $4. Many
improvements have been made during the last
year, which render the place still' more aurae.
tire.. There is a wide field for huntieg--tind the
Trout-fishing in the Big Spring at Newville ie
the bent in the country. _.l.ror further tertian.
tars, please address
June V. 1853
tegal anb Notii-cs
N on. is hereby given ibat the 6CI. •
BERLAND VALLEY SAVINGS IN
lrioated in DiClsinson township; •
Cumberland county., will make application , to
the next Legislature, el the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania for an act of.lncorporetten, with•
a capi tal Of : notices than Ten nor more than
Thalamic Dollars, Sur the purpose of •
receiving deposits,of money both transitory .and
on Interest, and or making loans and discounts, .
with suoh othor (privile ges its are usually 'gran
ted to Savings Institutions. ' By order of the .
Directors. WM. GALBREATH. Tr, as. 0 .
D. L. BEELNTAN, Sec'y rje22,6ml
x - r orrc E_ is .herebyr, given-that application
will be made to the next Legislature,
agreeably to the constitution and laws of this
Commonwealth, for an alteration in the charter
of the Carlisle Depositeißank) so as to confer
upon said Bank the rights. aud• priv:ileges of e.-
bank of issue, and to change the namaro-ihat
of the " Carlisle Bask."
By order of the Board of Directors
June 29, 1953-6 m
Estate of Eliz. Bowman, 'dec'd.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration. on the Estate of Elizabeth
Bowman, late .of West Pennsboro township.
Cnmberland CountMeceased, have been gran-,
ted by the Register of said county to the sub
scriber, residing in the' sante township. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
mate payment, and - those" having claims will
present them for settlement to _ _
Time .23. 1853
Estate of Robert Graham,
LETTERS of Administration on the estate
of ROWORT , GRAIIAM, late of South Mid•
dleton townehip i .Cumberland County, deed.,
have been granted, to the subscriber, residing
in Diciknson township, in .said county. All
parsons having claims agaihst said estate will
present them for settlement, and Those indebted
are requested to make immediate• payment to
!PAILITTIMI 8c PAPER HANGIMI..
wm. HARN would. respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of Carlisle ihst • he •htia ,
recommenced his business Of fibesollaintingi
Glazing, and Paper Hanging,, in all its various
branches. His aS'op is in the rear of the
Grammar School.. Thankful for past favors
he hopes by strict attention to business toihare
a portion of public kmtroillite. He will also
attend to the trimming and painting of Venitian
&c. Priem; made to suit the tinneen
all work warranted goodflr no pay,
Caarlisle. Lst 0v.9, lB9 l 9—tt •
Estate of Anna Eberly, deceased
LETTERS of Administratiott on the
Estate of ANNA ESERLY, late of Sil
ver Spring twp, dee'd,.heve boon granted to
the subscriber. residing in the same township:,
All persons indebted to said estate arc requea,
ted to make immediate prtymeot..aud; those..
having claims Will present them for.aettlement
LEVI E. MARTIN,
July 18 , Adm'r.
ARALL,persons are hereby - notified that I have
applied by petition to the Hon. JAIIEB MI
'I WI. President Judge ofthe Court-of Com•-•
mon Pleas in and fot• the County' of Cumber:-
land, for. the ,benpfit of the Insolvent Laws of
this Commoriweatth• and that the said fudge
has appointed MONDAY, tbe'22d,day of Au
guatnext to hear me and my crediters,.at tho,
Court House in Carlisle. Of which.ymt. will'
please take notice. ' • SAMUEL DARR.
Tuly 11 LIM -
THE unilareignod haOng`been appointed acs
auditor . by the Court •of • Common Pleas. oft,
Cumberlandi county, to -Make 'distribution of
the faience of. money in;the 'handb , ofthe as
signees of Paul Martin amongst the creditors
°film said PAW; wail meet for thatpurposta
his office in the borough of Carlisle, ea .
DAY the 1211rdnyt. of August next,
clock, A. M, All interested will therefore tem.
notice, HUGH GAULLACHER,• • •
July 13 1853 . . Auditor.
THOMAS H. MILES,
NNW CLOTHING ROCIIVUIr
A.ND FURNISHING . . STORE,:
Opposite tile Rail Road Offles, West high StrSet 4 ,
rU. MILES desires to inform hie skit
JL •, friends and the publio that he has opened
° general clothing oetabliehment. and has' now
in store an extensive. stock, of the. best and;
cheapest geode ever offered in Carlisle.
Mot.'a, Youth's and Dora clothing,
for Spring, Summer and Winter wear, now an
hand of every variety' and furniehed at reduted.
ratee. ,lie has alsa a' largo and ';well selected
assortment of Piece Goode, of.Englfsh, French.
and Gorman- Fabrics, of new anti beautiful pat.
tome, for ewe pants and vests, , which will ba
mode to order in the meet - approved and koh l
ionable manner and in' asopertoiotilti,of work..
manship. ' A fell thud 'Olsgen(ateek• of Gentle,
men'e'Furnishing Goode, Muth' as glovee;
and fancy shins; vollefei ; handkerelliAll.;;' i!ifff•
&c.,;censtantly ,Itittit;otty , hand.'...2l.loo
Ilubber, 0 verceive odd 'Legging . / 4 t"
Feeling confident irotiohir.repttlittion'Whch
It befitted hia: , ,oonattinsl•alm:• or ,eatti'es of
fart to secure ferlAis hthlftiOnt,',Of A.
llty ploase.ttn•testieethillyiirtvites' ,00s
Wooden' of bid elw,Phicliltitikt al I IYAAtk.
*ambit, and wlo prices tonne& bo 'waned.
May % '
- , --ECO-PT COYLE,