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71 ARN.4IS S ADDLZRY*
AFI'; Vir SETTS of tliruble and single harness
also slddles and bridles, for sale cheap. En
quiie at this oiliso. •
AYouNG MAN 16' or 18 rears asp, who
can come well recomended, is wanted in. the
grocery business in this town: One frum.the
country preferred. " Ent - Intro at this office. at.
N 'T . ca
NOTICE is hereby given that the CUNT
BERLA.ND VALOY SAVINGS INSIII
UTION, located at Cumberland Hall,in
inson township, Cumborlane county, will make
application to the next Legislature of the Coin.
monwealth of Pennsylvania for an act of Incor
poration, with a capitol of not less than Ten nor
more than Thirty 'Phousand Dollars, for the pur
pose of receiving'desposirs of moneys both tran
sitory and on
. intereir, and of making loans and
diseo.ints; wit each other privileges as are usu
ally granted to savings Institutions. By order
of the Directors. IV M• GA LB TH, 'l' teas.
D. L. BP.P,LIIA N.See'y (le 28 Err. IA)
MON N ETS—Just received a few English
....1110ansfable Bonnets, also a small lot of Satin,
Straw Do and whet qualities, for sale cheap, S
G. W. 111 I'IsIER.M
- E1 NI opening a very
11'4 fell asortrnent of Lice and muslin under
slaves and collars of various qualities, Swis and
Gambric Edging and Insertings of all'qualities
with a great variety of' desirable goods for the
season. ' G. W. lIITNER.
ijr. AC %I[TS—A full assortment ol Black
L•tce Mits, Gloves, Lace Points &c., just
received by ' G. W. 1111 NEIL
-INS— Just opened a great variety of hanil
11' some Spanish. Chinese and Ivory Pans ,&c
Also Dress trimmings in variety. _
ICE /LONERS WANTED.
Tie; lJ tr.l of School Directors of the bor
riso.o of NI achnnicsburg, will 'receive
tairaten applications front Teachers, until the
15th of July, for their Schools, No. I, 2,3, 4,
for ON rot romancing on - the lot of Sep
tern"tor, and to continua nine months, except
Scan tl No. 2. whi , S4 will he for 5 months.
SALARIES—No. 1, $ll per month; No. 2,
912; No 3, 23, and No. 4 5.3 0 . ,
HENRY G. RUPP,
June el, '54
State' and County. Tax for 1854,
'AN abatement of • five per cont., will be tik
low.+l on Mato and Coen , y Tao, if paid to the
unlarsi4ned m or before the 17th July, 1854.
after th it time the whole arn.ittut will be re
quire 1, an! all parsons are hereby notified to
pt y th or taxes on Or before the 6th day of Sep
ta no 3r it .al ON law requires the Collector
to pty the full amount of his Ottpliette within
three inJuths from the date thereol.
J 'C. TllO 111'50
Brigila Inspectars Orders,
I.V--aceortianee- with-the 14th - section of - the
Militia laws of tho_State of Pesin'a., passed the
17th day of April, t 849. An election will be
held at tilto CWIII 113113 e, in the bornifgh of
Carlisle, on Monday..the 3d day of July, 1854.
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A M. and 6
I' AI of said diy, for one Maj. , General, to
command the 15th division, which is compos
ed of Cumberland, Franklin and Perry counties
Brigade. Regimental, Batalion and Company
Officers.will . lle punctual in mtentling said elec
tion. SAMUEL CROP.
June 21. Brigade' Inspector.
CLOTHING AT COST.
THE subscriber has an assortment of fash
ionnbl, and well made CLOTHING, which
will he sold off at cost for cash. The stock
Cloth and Cashmarett Coats,
Linen and Gingham, do - -°-
Tweed and Jean, do '"''t "'I 7.
Alirsetlls, Silk and Satin Vesting. '
Cassimers, Jean's and Cord pantaloons,
Linen and Cottonado do
with.all kinds Clothing usually found in a clot h•
ing store. In tendi ig to relinquish this branch
of try business, great bargains -can boliad by
calling soon at the cheap store of
A. few pieties just recived from atietinn and
selling very low. OGILBY.
June 21 „54.
To the Heirs and Legal Representa
tives of Robert Graham, late of
the county of Cumberland dec'd.
A , KR. NOTICE that by virtue of a writ of' ,
Partitiou, and Yaluation issued out of the
Oilphans Court of Cumberland county, and t'o
me directed, I will hold an inquest to divide,
part or value the real estate of said deceased,
on the . premtses, on TUESDAY, the Bth day
cit'August, A. 0. 1854, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
when and whore you may attend if you think
_proper. JOSEPH. Act) ARMOND,
SrheifTs Offi , e,Carlisle. • • Sheriff.
, June 14, 's4,—lit: S r "
GELS FITTING at PLUMBING
frillE undersigned would inform the citizens
of Carlisle that he has made arrangements
to do GAS FI'I"I'ING and PLUMBING at
short notiee..snd on reasonable terms, He has
engaged the services of n first rate hand f-orri"
Philadelphia, and has supplied himself with f) 11
extensive assortment of FIXTURES, which
will enable him a fill all orders promptly, All
work will be warranted. His stock of. Gas Fix•
tures will be found in the room exactly oppsite
his Tinning establishment on North Hanover
street, where lie invites a call.
iTINNING, SPOUTING, &n. •
Ire is alao'prepared to furnish, or make to or
der,' every article of TIN•NARE nerd by
housekeepers and 'others. fie will also attend
to SPOUTING,IIOUSE•II.OOFING, BELL
-BANGING, and PLUMBING.
Thankful for the'paironage with which hobos
lalready been favored, ho respectfully solicits
continuance on the
MN R 0 B MORRIS,
June 14, '54.
A VALUABLE FARM
FOR SALE •
N 'pursuance of the last Will and Testament
of Jacob Knisley, dec'd, late of Sonthemp
ton township, Franklin ecuniy, will be offered
at private sale, the Farm oi.the said dec'd.
situated in said' township, four miles west of
Shippensburg and one Milo east of Orrstown.
The Farm contains about 112 acres of the
. of. jimesmilo land, a good propor
tr. of thrivin timber, anciA,the bulanee in a
high state of cultivation.
The improvements are a lai:to
DWELLING HOUSE,. &one .:I,ot
Bank Barn. Wagon Shed and
Corn Cribs, &c., ell in good re•
pair, a well of never failing.wat i er and a eltn'ern
the door. Also, two Orchards of cludee
fruit, &a. Thislirm is pleasantly situated one
mile from the thriving village of Orriitown,
where gond stores and, met hanicv of ell kinds
ore located. For plensantnese of location and
richness of the coil, Me farm islielieved to be
one of the best in the eastern'end of Franklin
county. If it should not be sold before the
20th day of September next,it will then be sold
at public outeryat t o'clock, P. M.
Persona , wishing to view the property will
please call on the evhaeriher living near the
"' Berne. DAVID SPENCER.
Rxecutor of . Jamb Knirloy, deed.
Branch Mills, Juno 14, '54. •
C. G. STCll.7olllmilog 'then the g,l9tishing
ten Hotel," lately'kept by Mr. H. L. HurLbol
der, le prepared to accommodate Ms friends
and the public generally. Every,effort will be
made to give full satisfactionle such as ratty
favor him with their patronage. Terms 'mod
erate. [Carlisle, May 10. 1869.
— To the stale - et - WTI Cumberland, Per
. ry and Franklin Counties.
.My old friends and,berees in arms I I have
had the honor to serve my country.from the
Division that has gained so much military re
nown In the war 0f,1812, and Ihave now been
°lonely' enfaged ne A military
. officer and pri-,
'Tate for upwards of forty years 4 I have just
emerged out of fourteen years service ne Brig
adier General , and feel myself qualified to com
'mend the Division,' which I have . spent' the
- best part . of my life in. I now ask the favar
of MY VIIMIt military brothers to iiopror the
honors of a Major General on the undersigned,
at the ensuing election, 'on. MMidaythe,Eld of
• , EDWARD Airktort,
Drigadier, General,, comiTicincli!Y 'lii t Brigade,
loth Diu.' Volt' '. , '. • .o , ~ lutie 7, aw,
' 41 .;.,Th0 Franklin and Perry, oeurity.:pepere
'A tot ' orChoice,
tind Aaviiin'keeporp wtil fittii 'it to their.
i;tel4,4eto'eiriaiino this :
31' • ' • ,' pa Dr. PiIoCART;IEY.
subseribdr would call Ito attention of
I all lies requiring a desirable Furnace
to Cltilson)s Celebrated Warming and
Ventilating Appara us.
Tau reputation us this terrine(' is now known,
having bein't tatroduced during the bast live
yearn into about 1000 public , oundings and ,mure
alnin 8000 private dWthilliga ; ,dais togetlor with
the immense hit:Tease of sales every year is the
belt videneo iliateall be adduced et its supe
riority ever all other' furnaces. By the use of
Chifson'a Furnace, you secure the following ad•
• Face VENTILATION.
Puns Ain—l'ne heating surfaces being at a
temperature that will not disseddte the air. m
BeIINOAIICAI. UBE, OF FUEL.
GIIEAT DtmaniLrry—Being made entirely of
Cast Iron, not •liable to runt, will require no
repairs during a lifetime—it is easily managVeil,
and will nut expose the building in which it is
placed to danger from fire, like the other fur
We have the testimonials of hundreds of the
most scientific men to attest to the truth of , the
above statement, all of whom pronounce it to
be decidedly the best furnace yet mve , ted for
producing , a pure and healthy atmosphere. We
herewith 'annex the names of a tow well known
and eminent professors, who have used them
and kindly furnished us their names as refer
Prof John S Hart Prof Parker Prof Norton
Pres Win II Allen Prof Parsons Prof Dana
N.M . B. Silliman Prof Ripley
We have intioduced this season five new
sizes, so that-all parties may avail themselves of
this great imprevement at a very moderate
cost. We ara now prepared to tarnish an ap•
parities to warm a single room,.or the largest
building in the country.
No. I Portal) o. Complete,
2' do do
3 do 1 10 do
4 do for brickwork 45
5 do do
3 Extra Radiator, (with Bars and
French Plates,), • 1170
3 do do do ' ' 80
5 , do do do 107
__ do du do 133
G. W. lIITNER
This N 0.6 is the largest and most powerful
Furnacelmade in this country, and is admirably
adapted for Churche's and other large class
We continue to sell the apparatus at the same
price as wild,' first introduced, five -years ago.
Although the present high price of iron has in
c.eased their cost .25 per cent, owing to thrik
great weight, still we .are enabled by the greet
increase of sales to furnish the article at the
lowest possible price, Ono foundry clone,
Messrs ‘Varnick & Leibrandt, have contracted
to furnish us with 500 tons of Furnaces this
season, so that we are now prepared to furnish
them wholessie or retail. We superintend the
erection of all Furnaces, when required. and
warrant them in all cases.
Mt TRGPOLITAN COOKING RANGE.
We have also the most complete Coriking
Range that has yet been introduced, to which
-we call -the-attention of all wlt i-may wish to
ware the most perfect and desirable cooking
app-trams ever invented.
EMERSON'S PAT. VENTILATOR.
We are the only Agents in
the manufacture and sole o; this Ve`ntilator . ,
which is acknewledged to he the only perfect
Ventilator ever made lor correcting the.drattght
in smoky elumnies, and for ventilating buildings
of all kinds. As there are a great many imita
tions of this valuable article now offeredjn r
sale, parties will be careful to examine Lim it
has the, Emerson Badge attached.
PAT. usEcisTEßs AND VENTILATORS
We have the largest and most complete as.
sortmens of Hot Air Registers and Vemilators
to be found in the United States. Parties who
wish to purc:'iase,•cither for private use or
wholesale, will find it greatly to their advan
tage to examine their stock.
SLATE AND IRON MANTLES
We Itrive always on hand an extensive assort
ment Of these beautiful mantles, in exact inn-
in.ion of Effymian, Spanish. Galwayomd other
For Anthracite and B'tuniinotts Coal. Also an
entire now patient of the low down Grate, made
from tho English Patterns, and entirely now in
For tho Mtnfish Encaustic Flooring Tile, Garn
kirk: Chimney 'Pops. and Terra Cotta Orna
moms, such as Garden Vases. &a.
Persons about building would do well to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere..
Visitors, whether purchasing or not. are cordi.
ally welcomed to our extensive Warernoms,
and where we should be happy to furnish any
information respecting any of our goods that
'may be desired. A book on Warming and
Vs 'Outing can he had.gratnitouely at our store,
either personally or by letter
S r A. 11ARRISON,
Warmins- nil Vrntilath, arehnnso
146 Walnut st, horns./ Sixth,
May 31 7ml
&RIO N - ii.l6-16
AG. lEEE I', haling taken the Da
s guerrenn rooms to Marion Gall, known
as A. 13. Tu'Th's Gallery, desires 'o inform the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Carlisle that he is
prepared to take Likenesses in the most supe
rior style of the art, such otewill frilly sustain
he reputation of this popular establishment.
his rooms are large. pleasantly situated and
coinrortably tarnished. he is provided with
the most powerful and perfect instrument for
taking pictures and warrants satisfaction in
all cases. A fall supply 01 cases or, every va
riety of style and size, plain and ornamedtal,'
kept constantly on hand. Engravings, Paint•
ings, &c., riccuratelv copied and duptiCates in- -
ken of original likeneses. Likeneseenaken . of
sick or decartslid persons. Prices moodiatoand
satisfaction given in all cases. The public is
invited to call a' the Marion Hall Daguerrean
Rooms and examine the - numerous specimens.
tKY - D tgoerremyries inserted in Lockets,
Broil , ['las. Finge Rings, Pencil Heads, &c.
Carlisle, - 'iline 14, '54.
Plainfield Classical Academy
Near Carlisle, Pa.
/TILE It Session will commence MAY 18t.
IL A retired and healthful location, with !her.
ou,rh instruction in the .various dopartnaents of
Classical or Mereatit , le education.
Tertns—Board and Tuition Wet.'
- - - • • • $6O 00
For Catalogties with lull Informationnddress
• - R. ft. BU R NS - ,
Principal & Proprietor.
Plainfield, Cum!), Co., I'a.
WEICITEI XIAXIL A.C.4DEIVIIr
----Three stiles llresl'of Harriditirg, Pa.
THE SEVENTH SESSION of this flour
- Ishing—lnatitution will commence,. on
MONO/a. the Ist dm of MAY next, The ad.
vantages which it allotds, it is helievet4sre ore
superior character, end parents and guardians
are solicited to inquire into its merits before
s. nding iheir saris or wards elsewhere. It is
favorably eitasied; the instructors are all corn
pe•ent and experienced men; the course of in
struction is extensive and thorough, and special
attention is paid to the comfort and health of
Boarding, Washing. Lodging, and
Tuition in English, and Vocal Mu,
sic, per session (5 months), • $55 00
Instruction in. Ancient or Modern, •
Languages. each, I . 5 OW
Imo rumental Music. • - tO 00
For Circulars _and other information address
- ..,. D. DENLIN GER,
Mar 8 ,Harrisburg, Pa.
TIIE subscriber has nisi opened an apart
meat of SPRING 511.4. W LS, and a varie
taiof SPRING GOODS..
1..5 '54 • GO. W. HITNER
FRESH awls AND DRIED BEEF.
A,FRESH argil/al of Sugar' Cured HAMS
arid DRIED ' , BEEF, just received from
°jemmied and for mild at WILLIAMS' Family
Grocery Store, in Went Main Street,
THIS, THAT, AND THE OTHER, by•E. L.
LIFE AND ITS 41)15, publiebe4 by Lipin
Grambo & Co.
MISS 'LESLIE'S NEW RECIPE,BOON.,
'ALTON- LOCKE, nn autobiography, ,
THE DODD FAMILY ABROAR.-- , by•dharles
ZEN IND THE . SCENE, by, Daily , BuiWor.• •
TIIENTAR CHAMBER, by- , Ainsworth.
FRANIC• LESLIE'S FasirioNs, •
.HARPER'S, GRAHAM'S . PUTNAIII.'S, AND
GODEY'S Magazines for JUNE.
lie... Philadelphia; Baltimore and Now York
'Dally ,and Wriekly Papere for sale ni PIPER'S
Chtlap'Book nod Periodical &ore,
• • Vent Main Street s
"' 7 oilimaitfillailan Hall.
June 7.) ,
Patent Ventilating Tirnace.
CalOdonia (Stveeny's) Cold Springs
AD,A46 4 Co., PA
TThese Springs. shunted on the Routh' Moue.,
tain,.a short distance from the.pilte leading
from Chumbershurg to Gettlysburg, ['a, will be
opened Ihr visitors on dm 15th of JUNE next.
Large and commodious buildings, including ex,-
twisty° houses for hot and cold plunges,
bawl bden ereetej, l'ho grounds' have been
much nnproved and every effort made io.ren•
der these springs a popular place of resort. An
efficient and obliging Alamtger will have-the
general Superintendence, while the - best se
vents the ecnintry allbrds have been engneed.—
The Table will be furnished with all the dell-,
miles of the markets, and nothing let I undone
to render this OLD FAVORITE RESORT worthy
the patronage Of the public. Persons leaving
Washington, Baltimore er Philadelphia, in the'
morning trains will arrive at Chaintiershurg in
time to take the-winches for tea. For further
particidsrs add' ess • •
May 21 3m
WHITE SULPHUR AND' CHALYBEATE
AT DOUBLING OAP.
These Springs are in Cumberland County,
12 miles west of Carlisle, and are now open
for the reception of visitors. The valuable
improvements which have been made since
last season, and the' recent discovery of the
Chnlyboats Spring, add greatly to the induce.:
meals presented for the present season.
ANALYSIS OF, THE WHITE SULPHITE. AND ORAL-
The odor of Sulphraretted Hydrogen, per
ceived arsome distance from the Springs, im
parts to this water -the peculiar properties of
Sulphur Springs. Beside this ingredient, I
Und that the water contains Carbonate of So
da and of Magnesia, Glauber's Salt, Epsom
Salt, and Com mon Salt; ingredients which
give it an increased value. After removing
the excess of carbonic acid which it contains,
°lit gives en alkaline reaction.
The Cludybeato water readily yields a pre
cipitate after ebullition or continued exposure
has expelled tho excess of carbonic acid. Be
side the bicarbonate of Iron, which is its chief
characteristic, it also contains. 'Epsom S,alt,
Common Salt, and Carbonate of Magnesia.
JAS C. BOOTH.
CERTIFICATE OF PHYSICIANS
Having examined the elements that enter
into the of the White Sulphur and
Chalybente Springn,Of. Doubling Gap, as ex
hibited in their annlySis by Prof. Booth of the
Mint, a practised and' competent chemist, are
authorized to say, that they possess all the
sanative properties of similar medical waters
in the various diseases for the relief of which
their use has been recommended by Physic
ians. N. L. HATFIELD, M. D.
R. IT. TOWNSEND, M. D.
• HENRY HARTSHORN. M. D. '
Piffled's, Mar: 28, 1854. [Jane 7,2 m
PERRTCOUNTY WARN SPRINGS
. 11. ETTEIR.: Proprietor,
WISHES to:inform his former Visitors, and
the Public in general, that he will be read) to
receive Visitors on and alter the sth ofJ
Ha desires also to say, that he has largely im•
proved his House, and the Grounds around.—
tie has erected an additional Bathing House,
separate from the other Bathiu lionse r connect
ed with which there is n large Plunge Pool,
expressly for the use of Ladies. With these,
and the.ot her improvemenns made thib Season,
he feels satisfied that lie can give more general
satisfaction and comfort to his Visitors than any
Season hitherto: and hopes to receive a share
of the Public Patronage, By moderate charges
and strict attention to business, it will be his
effort to please those.who will favor him with a
lie would recommend nil those who desire
to spend the season at the SPRINGS, to call upon
the References whose names arcomPany this
Circular. There is no place in the State that
affords such delightful Bathings ds ibc Water
which flows so copiously limn the WA RAI
SPRINGS, which is at the foot of Quaker Hill :
and for its medicianal qualities, none are equal
- to it except the Warm Spiings of Virginia.—
There are several other Springs doer: by, no
two of which are alike in the temperature of
heir water. Sherman's Creek is delightful for
sailing upon, having a fine Island near. covered
with the tall oaks,( the forest. A Sumrner•-
Hpuse is erected upon the, Island. Pisgah
Moontain.soine four or five hundred feet high,is
in front of the house, with herman's Creek
flowing of its base. From the summit of this
mountain there is commanded on extensive
view of rich and varied scenery, the surround
mg country being among the most pictu.esque
in the State. Among the ninny attractions of
the Warm Springs, Otero are numerous Andy
and romantic summer roads. milking vrry plea
sant drives. Horses and Vehicles are always
--Persona -leaving - P h iladelphia - F or -Bali 'more-,
in the morning train to Duneannon, on the Cen
rat RMlrontl.l4 miles northwest of Harrisburg,
'and there taking a couch, which Is always tie
readiness, will arrive at the Springs about 4 o'-
clock—the fare being but 94.10 The conch
leaves the Springs every morning for-nuncati
non.so that persMis can reach citherot the above
Cities in the evening.
All communications for the Springs should he
addressed, 'fluNcANNom P.O.for the Springs,"
and they, will arrive daily, on and after the 10th
t:O. - Bathinv, free of charge to Boarders
STOVES STOVES! STOVES!
JOIV D. GORGAS,
IXtO ULD infeim the Pei - die - that he hrti nit - Cy
Y .on hand at hie establishment, on Main
atteet, next door to Marion Hall, the largest
nd most complete assortment of
COOK, OFFICE & PARLOUR STOVES
to be found in this county. which will be sold
at the lowest prices for cash or approved credit.
His stock consists of a largo assortment of new
and highly approved
PATENT COOKING STOVES,
Finished in the` most complete manner, and
calculated for either wood or coal, or both. All
the old standard patterns, which have stood the
test of °Aperient:o, may ho found at his egiab•
lishment. Also a great variety of the most up ,
proved and beautiful
PARLOR AND OFFICE STOVES,
Including a number of new styles, possessing
very superior advantages over those herinolore
in use. PaMillbS 7111.1 housekeepers are respect.
fully invited to give him n call before ptircha.
sing elsewhere. Stoves delivered to any part
of the county and put up nt the shortest notice.
Ilo'cOininues to do al, kinds of
TIN AND — SHEET IRON WARE,
and Copper work, and has constantly on 'hand
or will make to order every article required by
lintiset,cepers or mhos in this line. His stock
of Tin and Copper.ware embraces every kind
of household and kitchen utensil, warranted
equal to the beat manufactured. Persons in
want of articles in his line may mlways lie sure
of being sccomodated to their satislaction by
giving him a call. . fOctl9
Spring IP Summer Clothing
STIMENER BR O'S do Co.,
their old stand 'ON MANN ST..
corner Moo by the Market House, have
just received their Spring and Summer supply
of Heady-Made CLOTHING ' and now offer
[tulle' public the largest and most catdfulty
iteld,cted stock in this •sectiOn of country. They
have. boon.verk careful in making -thairselecr,
Lion to pay strict attention to the duality of
the materials, and to the iinatness, durability
and fashiok of. the workmanship; and their
entire stork they therefore can recommend.
It comprises re.. ,
Sack and Frock Costa;. •
Dress and Business Coats, • • •Y
• Overcoats end Pea Incluse, •
';Also PANTS and Vh:STs , •
-- of - every doidFabte style and quality;
with a large supply of ,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers, Hose, Fancy
Stocks and. Cravats, llandkorchiclar,Suepen•
dare, Gloves, Umbrellas, &c. • •
o•Porsuits in want ortimebovo articles will
do well to call noon end examine the quantity
and prices of the goods ••":The articles named
sbovewill bo sold astonishingly . cheap, is we are
determined to defy nilcompetition; and those
.who are in want of cheap and good clothing
will do well to call and Oxamine, the ,dualities
and prices pf: our goods before purchasing else ;
whore.' - May 3-4 m
cit Ear HARDWARE.
T ATE arrival of the almoner "Old Stand,"
ILA North anover ,etreet, Wen' with a large
Ma of HA I H tDWAR E. (Rrevt from '. the man
I nticiorieS, is now randy for sale,'wholesolo , or
retail . Coutitry'otkohonta will do t, ell to call,
as' will. sell thrim goads at a very entall'ad.
vane() "oh chit wholesale, prises, and wears
determ;nektooell at very small, profits: Give
lie a call and t'Unfperopttded you will not leave
without malting . s pureliciae ' as you will find
um* . at the right nark; ; Old. Stand, North
flanoier street, Carlisle.'• •
/ 1 403 . 1 'SA.OOI3..SENER,-.
Dollard, Premium Artiste in Hair.
itiventor of Me: Celekafect Gosiamor Ventilating
' Wig and pudic 'Band Toupuicq. :
:,± Instructions to enable Ladies and .Gentlemen
.: iii measure their beads with accuracy
For Wigs, inches Toupees & stalps, inches
No 1 The round of . No, I. Erhm forehead to
' 2 From forehead ' 2 Over forehead as her
over the head to . . ,as required
' the neck 9 over the crown of the
3 From ear to car, I head. ' . •
over-the top .- . •. -- .
4 Pecm ear to ear' :
round the forehead . • - -
• • It OULtaARD has always ready . for sale 'a
splendid stock of Gents' Wigs, Toupees, Ladies'
Wigs ; half Wigs,,Frizots, Braids, Curls, Sco,
healthfully mattutactured, and as cheap as any
establishment in the Union
Dollartra I lerlifi • extractor Lustrous !lair
Tonle, prepared , Ram South. American Ilerbs
and Ro ts, the most'successful article ever pro
duced for preserving the hair from falling:ant
or changing color, restoring and preserving -At in
a healthy auill luxuriant state .Among other reit
sons why Dullard's haircutting saloon maintains
its immense poptdarity is the fact that his To ,ic
is appied to every head of hair cut at his Maul,
bailment, comsequenily it is kept in better pres
ervation than under any known application It
being thus practically tested be thousands, offers
the greatest guarantee of its efficacy..
J C RICHARDS,
Sold wholesale and retail at his Old Establish
merit 177 Chestnut street opposite the State
House, Philadelphia 1,-a
It Dallard has at least discovered the ne plus
ultra of llAllt CYO and anuoutaues it for .sale
with perfect confidenc.s in its surpasstug every
thing of the kind now in use It colors the hair
either black or brown. (as may :he desired) 'arm
is used without injury to dm hair or skin pithier
by stain or otherwise, can he washed off in ten
minutes alter application, . without detracting
from its efficacy Persons visiting., the city are
invited to give him a mall
.Cutters addressed to R DOLLARD . 177
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, will receive atteu
Lion. Jan 13, ly
Spring Style of Huts irCaps
1 7 .3ra ES to inform his old friends that he
h os removed to h new estalolishment on
Rigs street, noir the Roil Road Depot, and is
now opening a large and eleo.tot assortment of
just received from Philadelphia, which the gen
tle too of Carhell are requested to call and ex
-4 rioal . . Hth ti tho a I true 20101.114terit of Silk,
Fur and Slouch fi its of his own manufacture,
got in in the best style and at various prieds,
the excellence aril , laish of which he will war
rant His stork-he-in--confident only needs to
be otainioe Ito be approved. iKr Also a large
sop thy of .V 11 1 .4, B y ' and Children's CAPS,
of Cloth an 1 Fur anti of.nvery variety of.stylo
ao I once received Irons Philadelphia. Let
all who want a flat or Cap give him a call, as
they may be sure of being suited to their own
satisfaction. Mar 2i,
Fresh Drugs, rffadieluest, &c. &c.
/ I have just received from Philadel
phut and New York very extensive
. - 0 k additions to my former stock, embra
a ctng nearly every article of Medicine,
now in use, toge.ocr with Paints,
Vainishes, Turpentine, Perfumery, Soaps,
Stationery, Fine Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,—
fliuhes of almost every description, with . a
endelss variety of other articles, which I am ck
terinined to sell at the VERY Lowe.—prices.
All Physicians, Country Merchants, Pedlars
and others, are respectfully requested not to pass
the OLI) STAN I), as they may rest assured
that every article will he sold of a good.quality,
and upon reasonable terms.
J. R. wane, — , W. K. CAMPBELL
ARGAILNS I BARGAINS 1!
At Weise and Campbell's
New and Cheap Store, S. W. corner of Hano
vet 1 1- Lout her alreent,
wg now feel a pleasure in Announcing that
we have feat received a splendid and choice as•
sortment el' Spring and Sunatnpr,Goods, which
we will &fir at each prices as...annot fad to
please. The meek •1011919t8 of
. DRESS GOODS.
111:ick Fumy Dress Silks, Foulards, Organdies,
Brilliants. Lars, Jaconetts, Bareges.
LACES AND . EMBROIDERIES
A. 11 la ito n t lot of Sto leers Uodersleeves
Collars„ Rtillbozs, Edgings, Insertings, mourn
log collar.. mil un lerdeoves.emtaroulered linen
catahric hatikerchiefe. Sta., St.c,
g,inghams, checks, tickings. --Nfuslins,- jeans,
drills, bag-stuff and flannels.
CLOTHS, &c., &c.
a handsome lot •d cloths, cassimers and seating
• BO N • N ETS;
a large assartm tot of Ladies and \limes French
lace, gos tamers, Belgrade, tripoli, braid ono
straw lidonets, Iltsses hands one Flats all of
which will be sold at metsually low prices.
NI tn's ant! B canton. leg,horn, china pearl.
senate and pdm leaf flats. Parasols, Um—
brellas and Looking-glasses very cheap.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We areselling a large .lot of * ladies shoes and
gaiters at greatly reduced prices, as we intend
discontinuing this branch of our business.,
GROCERIES, &c., &c.
Rio and Java Coffee, roasted coffee. broWn and
white Sugar, Lovering! Syrup 111bilasses,.Teae, , ,
Our sinok, for variety and cheapness, is cer
tainly not surpassed by aiiy in the country,—
Boyer, who wish t..) puchase artic:es of supe—
rior quality, at reasonable prices, should not
fail to give.us a call. [April 5, '544
, Attention Dyspeptics:
T"'ISP, of yon who have boon afflicted for
years with this bothersome disease, and
who have bruin using almost every Nostrum
before the public without relief; we say to you
try Ilm.thers Antidyspe,ttie" and you will
soon be convinced of its groat superiority over
every other preparation. We could give you
m my ettoilisatos earoborating our assertions,
brit a single trial is worth more than all. This
mutely is melo-ed and sold at the Drug Store
of D. J. IC El FTP:II.; South liunover street, a
few doors south of the Court Those, Carlisle.
Juno VA, '54.
ALLMIER'S ELIXIR has aenaiired a
Ulf mit celebrity for the aura of_ all diseases
arising from severe colds, and' efficacy. has
been attested and approved by hundreds of our
most respectable citizens. In every instance
hit - Mediate relief has been
: given, as the (chim
ing certificate from those have tried it bears
testim )ny. .Manuractured and for sale by
JAMES G A LLOIIER, Ageat.
W e the undersigned do certity that we havo
used Ga loher's preparation for Consumption,
Colds', Diseases of the Lungs. Liver, &0., and
having experioneed immediate relief therefrom
'would reloin nand it to all afflicted in that way.
Thou II Skiles, Mrs MI Gould,
R II McCoy, F. 11; Avoir.•
Peter. Monyer. H S'Harikett.
Joseph Imbiteh, . N. W. Woods.
Carlisle. April 2%
1 IT TOIiNEYAT As A W, will attend
promptly to all business entrusted to him.
Office in the room formerly occupied by Wil
llam Irvine, Esq,, Nqrtli ilamwer St, Carlisle.
21111 !twitch; prime Ohio and pennaylva.
',Urals CLOVER SPIED for aide by
- SIMPER. & HALL,
Agricultural Implement and Seed Store,
marl Flarrishur , Pa.
'l' , Sumac Wanted. _
MHE highest priee l . nill be paid in tuisfiler
Sumac In lar're air ainall quantaies. if du
levered at fin subscriber •In East at-,Carliele.
Jnne 14, '54 —3•n] • - JAEOff SffEosl.
. STRAW WANTED-
• The entitle...Hier will pay Cash for STRAW
of any kind delieern I nt Middlesex. Farmers
will, find it in their interest Sneall their maw
and purchase otherAisnaree. . • •
. . . . . ..
- -.- , rish, .rish, . Pio. •
. : N-0. 1,.2 , 4 L
i MACKEREL :, in whole, half
..i- and'quarterhbla, Like. White Piah,aleoa
_fine Reticle ol SALMON TROUT Irani the
'Alm Lakes and for. the .first" tithe brought to thin
market, in Sinfe il4id fir, sale by: the a .bseriber.:
.• . 1 , N. Wi'Coinartbiarket'Square. Carbide; ;
,i, • .. '• • 3.:O: HALBERT. ; ;
• - Mores ,41)ops,
WIVI, S. TROUT,
SPRING STYLE OF HATS,
Main street_ ,arlisle.
HAVE YOU A COLD?
G. Xi., COLE!,
''t9rel -anO . Pliopg:,
IN C P TS, one third clieriper than
White Lead, and lien from. Of poisonom
qualities--The Now Jersy . inc Company t.mr
tug gteaily enlarged 'their Works and io•proved
thin quality of their products, are .pi enured to
execute orders for their 'superior Paints,•Dry,
and ground •in Oil, in assarted•pacages of lion
'2s' to 500 pounds. Also—dryOn barrels of 400
pounds euch.•., Their White Zinc, which is
sold dry or ground in oil, is warranted pure
and unsurpssed for body and uniform White
ness.- A 'method of tireparation has recent')
been discovered which enables the Compatiy to
avarrant their Points to keep trash and soft hi
the kegs for any'reasnnable time. In this re
spect, their Paints. will be superior In any other
in 3 the market. Thier, Brown Zinc Paint.
whirl, is solder a lowprice, and which can only
he made from the . .. Zinc ores front New Jersey,,
is now well known for its protective qualities
when applied to iron or other mettilic surfaces.
Their Stonecolor Paints possesses all the pre.
perlies of the Brown, nod is of an agreeable
color for panting Cottages; Depots, Out-buil
dings, Bridges; eto.
Dealers supplieti on liberal terms by their
Agents., Fl INCH Et RICHARDS,
Wholesale Paint Desillre arid Importers.
allO-sm. N W car. 10th & Mnrket•ets.. Phila.
Agricultural Implement tk Seed Store
rglfili subscribers offer for sale a large variety
liZof Agiactiltulnl leaplemma, among which
,the celebrated EAGLE PLOW. Prouty
Ph;vv, Rodger's. Subsoil Plow, Corn Shelters,
Stra v and Hay Cutters, Corn Fodder Cotters
and Grinders, Farmers' Hailers, approved Cul
tivators, Road Scrapers, &c.
BOYER . h HALL,
AgricUltural Implement and. Seed Store,
mar I) ' Harrisbure, Pn.
Just Published-4 new Discovery in Medicine
AFEW winds on the Rational Treatment,
without 'Medicine, Sperrnatorrhca, or local
weakness, nervous debility, low spirits, lassi•
tude, wolltness of the limbs and hack, indispo
sition and incapacity for study and labor, dull.
ness of apprehenson, loss of memory, aversion
to socie•y, love of solitude. timidjty, self die
trust; dizziness. hea.the, Involuntary discharges.
pains, in the side, affection of the eyes; pimples
ou thefuce,'sexual and other infirmities in man.
Frum the French of Dr. B. DeLnncey
Tho important fact that these alarming com ,
plaints may easily he removed wrruouT MEDI
CINE?, IS in thin small tract, clearly detnoh•tra.
ted, and the entirely new 'and highly successful
treatment. as ndomed by the Author, fully ex
plained, by means of whichievory one is enabled
to curb litmaell perfectly and at the least possi
ble cost, avoiding thereby all the advertized
nostrums of the day.
Sent to any ad tress, gratis and post free, in
a sealed envelope, by remitting (post nairl) two
enema° stamps rod>, O.Det,amey,l7 Lispenard
Street, New York. ,(mar ly
MI. Surgeons' Bandage Institute
um' o v ED to No. 4 Ninth street,
_ sixth .atore_ahove _Market.. B C.
BVERETT'I"S Patent Graduating
Pressure ,TRUSS, for the cure or Rupture;
Sho!der Braces, Supporters, E.:testi,: Stockings.
Suspensary, Ilernorrhoidal, and Bandages tor
detbrmtves. Jnn. 11-Iyr.
The Largest .and Cheapest Clothing
Store in Carlisle !
ARNOLD & LIVING TON have now at
their store the largest and best assortment
of ready made Clothing to be found in Carlisle,
which they are able to sell at less than city pri
ces, and lower than the goods can be bought at
any, other store to tbe place. The clothing we
sell is all our own manufacture and not. bought
readrrimde., We never have to deal in dame.
ged goods. We buy good. sound material and
nothing else. We warrant every hhing we sell
to be well made - and to give entire satisfaction.
We have now on hand
SPRING & SUNIMER CLOTHING
_ - - -
of all stiles and qualities, and at prices to suit,
embracing blue, black and fancy broadcloth
and linen dress, frock and sack COATS, cloth
cassimere and linen pantaloons, cloth, eatin'and
fancy vests of all Sizes 'and descriptions, togeth
with a large usgartment of Cravlts,Tles, Stocks,
Shirts, llandkerchiefs,Gloves. Suspenders, &c.
&c., ffording a variety sneli as is seldom of
fered. Measures taken and clothing made to
'Don't forget the stand in North Hanover et.,
next door to Lyse's Hardward store, and di•
reedy opposite Maglaughlir's
AR \I OLD LIVINGSTON.
Carlisle, April 19. 1854.-3 m. ,
Extensive Furniture Rooms
TAMES R.WEAVER would respectfully
di call the attention of House'Keepers and the
public to hie extensive stock of ELEUA NT
FURNITURE. including Sofas. Wardrobes,
Centre and other Tables, Dressing and plain
Bureaus and every other article in his branch of
business. — Abot. now on 'hand . the largest ns-•
aortment of ellA IRS in Carlisle, at the lowest
prices. In - Collins made at the shortest runic
and a Hearse provided for funerals. He a:Wic
kes-call at his establishment on North Hence
vet- street, near Glass's HOTEL. N. 8.-Fur
niture hired out by the month or year -
Cnrlislp.Ninrch 20. IPso.—ty
WALL PAPER FJR THE MILLION'.
r HAVE lust received my Spring stock of
PAPER. HANGINGS, which surpass in
Style. Quality and Priets any_ that has ever
been exhibited in Carlisle. I - respectfully so
licit a call front persons in want of Paper Hang
ince of tiny description, as lair. confident my
assortmem far surpasses any in tho borough;
and in style and price has but few rivals in the
city. I only ask of the public to call and ex•
amine my assortment before purchasing, as I
am confident my.chnste designs cannot fail to
please the most fastidious.
JOHN P. LYN E, •
West Side of North Hanover Street,
Mar 22 Curlisle, Pa.
,Cheap 4 W A' Jewelry
' WHOLESALE and RETAIL
'at the '" Philadelphia Watch
and Jewelry Store," Number
1 96 Non). Second - Street, corror
1 of Quarry, l'htladelphia.
- - ' ~....,. '',._ - Gold Lever Watches, full
,O.ritiNitili jewelled, 18 carat cases, '520,00
Gold Lepr.e, 18 carat cases, ' $24 00
Silvtir do jewels, 9 00
Silver Lever, fill jivelled, 12-00, ,
Superior Qpartiers 7 00 1 --:
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fine Silver Spectacles, I 50
Gold Bracelets, ' 3 00 ;
Ladies' Gold Pencils, , Ino '
Silver Tea Spoons, set, '•' 5 00
Gold Pons with Pencil and Silver Holder, 1 00
Gold Finger Rings 37i cents to $6 ; Watch
Glasses, plain, 121 cents; Patent, 181 ; Lane;,
25 . ; other articles in proportion. All-goods
warranted to be what they are sold for.,
STAUFFER 8c HARLEY,
eept7/s Successors to 0. Conrad.
.On hand, yome Gold, and Silver Levers and
Lepineeotill lower than anove pricey.,
Fresh Arrival of Hardware.
HE, subscriber having - retnrried from the
City, has Just opened for the Spring
trade a largo and well selected stock of HARD
WARE, forokEn and domestici embracing ev•
erything usually found in that line of bus iness-
The attention of friends and'rhe public gener
ally is respectfully climatal to the assortment
hand; nssurin them that goods oralf kirlds
will be sold fir cash at a very small - advancron
Gzrßemomhar tho old stand—East Main st. t
HENRY, SAXT9 IQ
SUPER- PHOSPHATEAF--- LIME,
DESUR.G'S Original and Genuine warranted
of superior quality, tho cheapest manure in the
world. Farmers and dealerasupplied at low
EXTRA QUALITY LAND PLASTER.
5000 barrels extra quality Land Plaster, se.
lected expressly for its fertilizing quality.
10,000 bushels of same' in bulk. ,
1,000 barrels Calcined Plaster.
50 t, n do- Casting.
100 1 -J tin Dentist.- • .
• PERUVIAN GUAN 0,
This artiele.we offer in confidence, to nor cus
tomers ak equal to,any imparted, and fat supe
rior to mast in the market.
5000 hags of !hie auperlor - Guano for sale*
the lowest market rates. Also, Potagonian
Guano, Pondrotte; Ground Charcoal, dr.o. deo,.
C. FREllyelvac' Co,
At the Steam Plaster Mille - Junelion of - York
venue, Cro - wn and CallowhilFa retta, Phila.
11, ESPECT.F 4.10 r. 'offers his professiona
to tho citizons of Carlisle and Bur.
rounding country., ' ' ' -
Offoo and rosiileticP io Sonth Hanover street,
directly opposite to the " Volutiteet Office." I
Carlisle $l2O 1853 ' •
~~h biCiltc c.
61 001 AM OR . ip z - i
yitnit 110 appincss
get itre .seras near glangtiers
Dr. C. L: SELLING,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR,
Dr. REttana announces to the afflicted that'he
Is a regular graduate of the best Medical College
in the United - States, and, during many years of
very extensive practice, has been familial. with
every form of disease, and succeeded in curing the
most hopeless cases, even when abandoned by the
regular faculty. Ilia perfect knowledge of the hu
man system enables him to adopt the means to the
end, so as to produce the most astonishing results.
The alarming prevalence of disease, and the often
imperfect medical treatment of the present day, has
Induced him to make known uts xdyert.psimna
REMEDIES, that those that mourn may rejoice, and
the afflicted leap for joy. ALL, no matter what
their disease may be, can rest assured of finding
relief, and therefore should not delay a moment.
Write.diseaso and symptoms 'full and plain and
you can receive an answer by return mail (free)
stating the medicine required and the price of it.
Address, C. L. lixtxtrro, M. D., 'Mechanicsburg,
Cumberland county, Pennsylvania.
' " '
N.D.—The Doctor will attend patients at ray
distance, when required.
New Clothing Establishment !
THE undersigned' respectlully announces to
his old friend; and the publr• generally, that he
has re-commenced the CLOTHING BUSI
NE.;3S irrall its vat ions branches. and has just
opened, fresh front the city, at "Leonard's Cor
ner." North Hanover street, a well selected
REAGY MADE CLOTHING.
embracing every variety, at vlr and finish, and at
prices corresponding to the limes and quality.
He has also on hand a seperior,sinclt of
CLOTHS, CASSIMER VESTINGS,
Ice, of every style suitable for Spring and Sum
mer wear, and which h.! will make to .order nn
terms which cannot fail to plea-1N His stock
'also embraces a lihe:ot of 'Alen!. Shirts,.Col
hire, Cravats, Gloves and - ll4siery ; in short.
every article pertaining in gimtlemen's wear.—
He respectfully invites the pubic to rail and
examine his goods. N. HANTCH, ,
NEW GOODS- - -PRIC ES REDIRIED
At CHARLES (=KALBYPS,
In East High Street;, Carlisle, Pa.
wE have just received a large and hand
some assortment of Spring:and Summer
Goods—my second Supply for the season—
mhiuh have been bought for cash at astonish
ingly low prices . r
Moos de Bege Ili conts"worthlB,
Lawns,(fast color) 6 " 12,
do do 12 .. 2n,
Barrege"da Laines 612,
do ' 12 e , , • 2 5,
• Muslins 6 ~, 8,
Barraizes ' 1 , 1 " 31,
Black Silks 62 87,
do ]ul) " 1,25,
Stockings 6 " 12,
131 k Cassimere WO " 150,
with a large and general assortment of ladies'
. DRESS GOODS,
- Barna, mous deSege, end enrage, detains,
lawns, blaelt and fancy silks of every descrip
tion and (nudity, black alpacas at high lustre,
blue: bombazines of a superior quality, a nd a
good assortment of Mourning Gooris
Bleached rind unbleached muslins, sheetings
from I to 3 yds wide. checks, Glasgow and fine
French ginghams, tickings, damask towe's and
table cloths, napkins, red, yellow and while
woollen flannels. shrouding flannel, kc. '
EMBROIDERIES AI , ID LACES,
Cambric and Swiss ruffling. edging and insert
ng, lisle, mechlin and Hort - wine lace, French
worked collars,.do , ander•sleeves, do spenecr
and cliffs, inonritiog cell ars,black laced veils.of
all styles. A very handsome assortment of
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
Boots and Shoes a Rifle lower than ever.—
Having now the largest ar:d chenpest stock of
',Slew Goods in the county, I ant determined to
give all who will fivor us with a call? great
bargains, Oour old friends and customers are
invited to call, May 24, 1854.
SPRING AND survnialm.
1854] Styles of Hats! [1859
EORGE KELLER respect fully announ.
Ultees!to his uld Patrons and the public gen•
' orally that he has just received the
SPRING STYLE OF GENTLE
MEN'S riATs, manufactured at
one of the best establishments in
4 .4..t. , =="\ j Philadelphia, to whieN ho invites
' - special attention.
,He,has oleo constantly on hand a 'large and
varied assortment of his own manufacture as
Well as, city made
HATS AND CAPS,
suitable for. ho seasonominprislng every yetb
eyt of Russia, Beaver, Moleskin and Silk Hats,
finished in the latest style.together with a full
assortment of Cape of every shape and des
cription, and at every price Be particularly
invites the public to call and examine hie exten
sive assortment, which in style, material and
lie,ish,ertnnot be surpassed by any in market,
rind which Fin is able to put at prices lower than
eyed. 0:7 - Remember his old stand on North
Hanover street, between Homer's end
sun e. I rch 9.2., 1854.
Nails, Iron, Paint, &c
rirtHE subscriber has just pecekved 100 kegs
of NAILS, for sale nt reduced prieee.—
A lso 10 tons of Hammered Bar Iron. Black
smiths will do well call. Alamo large lot of
White Lead, Zinc Paints, Oils, Turpentine,
Glass and Pirtty, Smith's Superior Copal Var
nish, es. Also just received a large stock of
Rowland's and New York make of Elliptic
Springs, all for sale cheap at the Old ,Stand,
North Hanover street, Carlisle.
Map 17 JACOB SENER.
- MIRE subscriCer informe t he pub
' . lie that ho hoe, constantly on
hand a variety of choice young LO.-
", OUST TREES, from ton to fifteen
feet high, which, wore raised from
the seed, they are all of the, yellow locust. He
offers them at fro:Aerate prices,at his nursery,
Etiolated in Hampden township, coutity,
about 5 miles west of Harrisburg, on the turn—
pike. Call and examine for yourselves.
Feb 22 lOwpdl ,SAM'L EBERLY. •
BEAUTIFUL. White Teed:, Healthy GUMS
'and a Sweet Breath —All who are desirool#
of obtaining these benefits should use ZEit.
MAN'S CELEBRATED TOOTH %VASIL
this delicious article combines so many meri
torious qualities that it has now.berome a stan
dard favorite with the citizens of New York.
Philadelphia pad Baltimore. 'Dentists pre..
Scrim: it in the.r practice most sucresatully t and
from every source the moatfiattoring - biudettons
are awarded it.
i,lnflained and bleeding gum:reit:, immediate
ty by its Use ; its action open them
to mild. soothing aml elective. It &canoes the
'teaih ao thormighly, that they orb made to ri
val Pearl ut whiteness, and dill'usCs through the •
i nou th an d, dolighlftli freshness that the
breath it rendered exquisitely sweet. It disin
feetelhose impurities is hich tend to produce
remove.. the teeth must always remain sound.
Read the fill:or:Mg from Dr.,J. A. Carman r—
,Mr. Zerman—Sir& Having used and re.
commended yourToothWash in my, premier:for
some time, I find it the most effectual Dentifrice
in use, and therefore recommend it to the pub.
• ;Dr..). A. Clivirtosrr. 'Dtcatizt,
Ilit'ad the following testimony.
Ms. ZERMAN—Dear Sir: I have fully tested
the Merits of your, valuable Tooth Wash, and
LOOK OUT IN TIME! can, without hesitation, mean:Mend it as trho
best that has come unoe my notice during en
CHOE EItA.S.I ORB LIS. • Dysentery, Diar- „p„i„„ as Dentist ,oh . more he s i xteen
rbea,. Sze. are making their.speestunce•— • 'years...../t Menses the Teeth, anotlies and har.
yeti know the 'remedy., If 'yew have any i dent Hums; and impel..'a a-delicious
gard, for the welfare -of 'yr:M.Bol.es, your wife., .In:ranee to the Breath- , From the mouths pl
theta Who - mike nail of it, however it will cer
rinirehildren, Supply yourselves with
' Beecher's Matchless Cordial. tainly speak for itself.
otherwise abide the consequences resulting from ! • • Gao. p;oz nf i lvEt ;y. % l i ge " D em i st, ~s
a- - bigoted adherence to old quackery. This . • - South' Tenth street Pirl'a..•
"Matchless Remedy.' can be lied rq the Drug l t, is used and recommended by all the omi.
Sioro o f , B. .T• • neat Dentists in New York, Philadelphia, Bal
'Smith' Hanover street, a ,few door e sciuthMt Amore, and other cities whore it has been In.
t he Court 1101.1811.. Caflisix, May troth:red.. All alloplegi n ve i
.017Prapared only hy.rrlioris 'Lerman, Drug
Chemist, Rhilndelphi i and told whole
Bala gad rotnif.fer, Freouel„Plif ,
..4).Oisheimer:MeehnoieroOir'rr; .1 I lerrott. New..
vi,lie f l' C: '
Shippcna,or . , noit by no
'Druggists ai only 25cents per bottle,.
Oarlisle' Ve . male Seminary.-
NorISSES PAINE will commence 'the
111 SVMNIER SESSION .of 1104 Seminary
on the second Monday'in April, in a new and
commodious .sehool_ rooni, next door- to. Mr.
Leonard's, North Hanover. street. •
Insirdction in the languages anir 4 rawing, no
Mustctl ight by n exPerionced toochecost
an exoncharge. (aeptllt)
Scythes, Scythes, acythes,
UST received n• large lot of 4CY TUES. of
Bunerior-brande u to-whiclF-the-ettention_of
Cradle Makers 'and 'Fai•mere is invited. 'll he
attention of Fanners is• nl.O solwited to the
great variety of Farming .Utensils of the very
beet make. Ploughs of all kinds furnished et
a small odvence on city priees,.llOme..maltes
at manufacturers pt•icce. , Alsoa eupertot' arti
cle of Churn, which I warrant to make more
butter in less time then any othdr churn in use.
Try it'. • „ , JOHN P. LYNE,
. • West Side North lianover street.
, . '
.10ttrpantera and nut Weirs! are:invited in l
' examine the netiornnem of Lii-lis,,,.Lateh...:
eft, Bolts; ]]inns, Serowe Glees, Pudy;`oll,
Painie,&e.lNAll for sale'e n
•metl3. ~,:t ':.•'' ~ , ; SAXTON'S.'
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Regal and 4:011)er Notices.
Estaie of Andrew Sensentatt, dec'd.
IIIh,TOTICE is hereby
_emit - that letters -Wad:
ministration on the eztate or Andrew Sen.
seinen, late of East pennsburo twp, Comb co.:
deceased, have been granted by the Register
01 said county' to .the _subscriber, rebidingin
Meehanieshurg. ' All petering indebted to arid
(incite are i.eg tired to ronheimmediate payment
aad those having claims to prel , ent thew' to
JACOB 8k.:N.4E1%1 AN,
Estate of Simon Aughinbaugh, dec.
NO rIdE is hereby given that loiters of ad-.
ministration on 'hematite of Sithoh Aughs . :,
inbaugh, late of North Middleton tsvp. Cumb
erland c linty, deceased, lOve been granted by
the Register of said cota-ly to the pnbne her,
siding in the same township. All rrsona in'.
debied 'to atm, estate are required to omits int:
mediate pity tient, and those having claims to
preasnt them fiir settlement Ti
may 81) Adm'x.
Estate of Mario. a Smith, dec.
OTIOE is hereby given [h al letters of ad
-11/ ministration, with the will annexed, of
Maria E Smith, late of Hampden t wp, comb.
county, deceased, have been granted by the
Register of slid county to the sultserther. resi
ding in the same township. Al' pp4oits havin g
claims against said estate are reworell to pre
sent them for seitletnetit, and those indebted to
make immediate payment to
Mll - o
y 24 Gt ,
Estate of John flays, (lve.
NOTICE is hereby given th letter- , ra ad
-1.11 ministration Ain ihe e-tuie ul John [Lys,
late or Frunklord dee:. have been
gannted to the subscriber. residing in South
Middleton townsbin, Cumberland county- All
persons toile ten to said :stale are rt i iiired to
ireike im no lints I,lVITIellt, aired ;hose having
qtuims to present them to •
JOIN ST UART.
Estate of James Barton, dee.
NTOTIcE is hereby given that left ,rs of ad-
II ministration on the estate or James Bar
ton, late of Lower Allen township. I umber
land comity, deceased, have been granted
the Register in said county to the nit`,scrilter.
Nsihing in the same township. All per'sona
having claims . neatest said evlate reontred
to present them for settlement, mid those in
debted to make immediate payment to
ISAAC n TON.
Town Property For Sale.
rntrE undersigned of Lers for sale t6o follow•
lug proliorty, situate in the borough of
No. I—A rte blie hen story
-, Fkt. pi situate on Bucliorii .viiiwith,
' wash lieu. e and
cistern, oiljnititos- projit.r . ly of T.
Basler,- The lot-is 142 tes'i
No. 2—ls a two story IJW El, LIN (; II OUSE
weatherboarded, avnh n never-Jail u.. well of
nearwater the door. The two prayer lea will
be sold serarataly or together as slay Mil( pur
No. 3—A TOWN LOT containing Five
Acres, on the frarr:sstird turnpike, opposite
Poland's Point [louse. For terms noply to
May 311 . 1 WM. M. PENV(ASE.
• HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
' 'THE two Story. FRAME HOUSE
and Lot of Gr.iuna in South
ver street, now occupied by Charles at • •
Barnitz, immediately opposite Bent 'a 3 I'
Store. is offered at- private sale. For
terms enquite of the subscriber, Attorney for
nov9's3tfj R. M. HENDF.RSON.
HOUSES roil samt
THE two Brick two story DIIELLING
. HOUSES, with bonen - tin] sto.ies,
ii belonging to and adjoining the
E. Church, near the lieul Road De
li pot, are for sale. They will he
offered nt private sale until the let
of August nett, when if not sold they will be
offered at pu:)lic sale on the pretni,es, on or
before the let of September. not thereafter. •
The profierty can be seen and any other in
formation had. on reference to either of the
undersigned. CII A R ft PM,
J I #O I tTiiINGTON,}Com.
J tV EBY..
Carlisle. May 24, 1854
ROBERT B. SZVLXZEY,
ARINET MAKER .AND UNDERTAKER
North lianoverStrget, and next door to Glast's
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Carlisle and the public gener
ally, that he now has on hand n large and ele
gant assort tnent of FUR NIT U RF. consisting
in part of Wardrobes, Card and other Tables.
-Sofas,-- Bureaus.- Bedsteads; - plain -- and tansy
Sewing Stands. &c.• manufactured or the best
material and quality warranted.
Also a general assortment of CHAIRS at
the lowest prices , , Venition /Muds made to
order, and repairing promptly alluded to.
.nr Ceffiasinado at the shortest notice, and
having 'a splendid hearse lie will attend funer
als in town or country.
Rethember the stand— , next door to tr.
dlass's Hotel. nov2l R. It 51111.1.,Y.
JOHN' I'. TA Ylllll,
Wholesale an,l Retail Dealer in Amer
ican, English and German HARD
WARE., Oils, Pain . .. &c.,
nur EC RAMOS . , builders and the public gen-
MO:orally, who are in want of Hardware of
any kind, are invite:l to call in and examine my
unusually forge clock of goods, which 1 urn
sellirieFat very low prices. hat won int It will
only detain you a very few minutes to lot con
vinced that whit everybody anys—lhat
is deeidadly the) ['Lieu to get good gooda'at low
prices—must be true.
West Sido North llanov, , r
SEGA R MANUFACTORY.
Zahn N. Armstrong,
Informs the citizens of Carlisle. that he has
opened an establislitnent tor , the sale of For
eign and Domestic SEGA RS, nn West Mait
syreet, directly opposite the-It:it; Depot. where'
he will keep constantly on hand
of the best varieties. Ills various brands of
Imported Sugars cannot be surpussed in quality
The lovers of fragrant segars and chewers of
'lite wood" are invited to give lino a call. Also
a large assortment of Canes, Umbrellas, Istc.
07ila also continues the Lumber Dimino*,
on the corner of West and Pondret streets,
whore may alwayslie found a general variety
of Lumber, qt the lowest market prices.
April 2G. 1854.