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THE subscribers in Ercildoun, Ches
ter county, have obtained a right to make and
tell ALLEN'S .MOWER AND REAPER, patented 11th
mo. Bth 1853. Five hundred of the Mowers were sold
last season, and when well made give universal satis
faction. A great number of eirtificates on hand to that
acct. The price is $lO5 with two cutters.
The Reaper and Mower combined has a high character
receiving premiums at a number of County Fairs, as
well as at the late State Fair. Price $l.lO with two cut
ters. To be had at W. W. DiNGEE'S Manufactory, York
or by addressing early the subscribers at Ercildoun
Chester county. they will be delivered at any station on
the Cumberland Yeller Rail Road, the purchaser paying
the freight. PEIRCE S.: N El LDS.
iip~il - l7 , ba f
EA PING AND MOWING MAC CHIN ES.—MANNY'S latest patent combined ad-
instable Reaper and Mower, with Wood's Improvement,
will be offered to the farmers of Eastern Pennsylvania,
for the harvest of 1855, on usual terms. viz: $125. Cash'
AT Boor. Customers would do well to semi in their
orders early, as precedence will be given to first orders.
Address. J. WINEBRENNER & CO.,
sprit 11 2mo. Ilarrisburg, Pa.
fF SAFES, with Hail's Patent
,wder Proof Locks, which were
carded separate Medals at the
'orld's London, 1551, and
m at the World's Fair, New
1 1 563 and '54. The subscri-
Ts are the solo manufacturers
id proprietors in this State of
to above unequalled Safes and
AIL The reputation of the
mulno "Herrin..'s Safe" is world
Ida, and for die last thirteen
ears the mereantlie community
,vo witnessed and borne testi
mony to their ?men FAILING tiro proof qualities. More
tbaml2,ooo of these Sales have been actually sold, and
over TWO HUNDRED have passed triumphantly through
accidental fires. The public aro assured that all ...fates
manufactured by the subscribers aro not only guaran
teed to be fully equal, but in many respects even supe
rior to those which have been so severely tried by fire.
Few will forget their services in the burning of the
"Tribune establishment.," New York, and at the Great
Fire In Strawberry street, at the large fire last July.
opposite the Girard llouse; and still more recently
In the Fire at Fifth and Chesnut etc., in the city of
in which these Safes came forth the ac
knowledged CHAMPION,.whoa .many other securities
failed. FAitlttL & CO,
IRON SAFE AND BANK LOGE MAKERS,
34 WALNUT Street, PlffladolphlA;
Chilled Iron 'Sails', with Powder Proof Locks, manu
factured expressly for Banks, Brokers,. Jewellers, and
others requiring security from rogues. Bank Vaults,
Doors, &e. on hand and made to order. All the most
celebrated hocks for sale at manufacturers' prices.
Second band "Safes," "Salamanders" and "Iron
Chests" of other makers, hare been taken in part pay
ment for Herring's for sale at half price. apl.ll
FRENCH TRUSSES.—hernia or
Rupture successfully treated, and comfort insured,
by use of the elegant French Trusses, imported by the
subscriber, and made to order expressly for his sales.
All suffering with Rupture *ill 1,6 gratified to learn
that the occasion now offers to procure a Truss, combin
ing extreme lightness, with ease, durability itml correct
construction, in lien of the cumbrous and uncomforta
•ble article usually sold. An extensive assortmen always
on band, adapted to ovary variety of Rupture iu adults
and children, and for sale at a range of price to suit all.
Cost of Single Trusses, $2, $3, $4 and $5; Double, $4,
$5, $6, $3 and $lO.
Persons at a distance can have a Truss sent to any ad
dress by remitting the amount, sending measure around
the hips, and stating side affected.
For gale Wholesale and Retail by the importer.
CALEB If. NEEDLES,
S. W. cor. of Twelfth & Ham Sts., Philadelphia
Depot for : Dr. Banning's Improved Patent Body Brace;
Chest. Expanders and Erector Braces; Patent Shoulder
Braces; Suspensory Bandages; Spinal Props and Sur
ports. Ladles' Rooms, with competent lady attendants.
VAPER, PAPER..—Persons wanting
WALL PAPER, will find an extensive stock for ,
sa very CHEAP at It. DICK'S.
CArlisle, April 4, 1855.
T HAVE received iny Spring supply
of GARDEN SEEDS from Mr. Landreth. All seeds
wid by me are warranted FILF.BII and arsons.
Carlisle, April 4, 1855. S. ELLIOTT.
DISSOLUTION OF AR TN E
SIIIP.—The partnership heretofore existing ho-
Frank. Gardner and Wm. T. Brown, Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The business will here
after be carried on by Mr. Gardner. Tho Books remain
in his hands for settlement, and in view of our late
disaster, we earnestly request our customers to - settle
their accounts immediately.
• FRANK. GARDNER, ,
• WM: T. BROWN.
I deem it necessary to state as a truatter of justice
to Mr. Drown, that tho Dissolution of Partnership
was entirely at my own request, and unthought of by
Mm until my proposal to dissolve. Ills withdrawal
at this particular time renders this statement impera
tive on me. PRANK-..GARDNXII.
Carlisle, April 4,1855—1 t,
IS OLUTION OF PART N ER
in hereby given that the firm of
.W. ECKELS, of Hampden township, Cumberland'
county, has this day (March 27, 1855) been dissolved by
mutual consent, and the books placed in the hands of
Wrn. 11. Eckles (r collection. All parsons Indebted to
said firm will make immediate settlement.
Vino Factory filled and Oround Alum Salt, con
k:l3AV ,on hand and for sale.
CAltlt, GIESE &
Flour, Grain and Lumber CoMmiselon Merchants,
Alen, CFAENT and CALCINED PL'ASTER. Agent,'
of the N. A. and Itosendale Co.
Baltimore, Jan. 22, 1855.
A MILY COAJ4.-500 Tons Lykon's
Coop r nl,.broi en and HereNiod, prkvired en
Ounily tore, re , elviDg and I'..r f•JdO tiy„ .
v.) N 0.127 BALTIMORE STRUM, BALTIMORE, Md.
This Institution presents superior facilities to joung
men desirous of obtaining a practical business educk
The course of study embraces Double Entry Book-
Keeping, as practically applied to the management of
Mercantile, Bank, Manufacturing-and Steamboat Books
—Business Penmanship and Mercantile Computations
—familiar Lectures on Commercial Law—upon the sub
ject of Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, Contracts,
Partnerships, &c., kc.
The exercises are strictly practical, being deducted
from actual business transactions, and so completely
combine practice with theory that students, On comple
tion of the course. are In every respect competent to
conduct, on scientific principles, anti set of Double Entry,
licioks. The students have access to u Commercial Li
brary procured expressly for their accommodation. •
Usual length of time to complete the whole course,
from 8 to 10 weeks.
For particulars write nod receive a circular by mail.
HOWARD IL ASSOCIATION,
To all persons afflieted with Sexual diseases, such as
SEMINAL WEAKNESS, IMPOTENCE, GONORIUDEA,
OLIiET, SYPHILIS, Ac.,
The HOWARD ASSOCIATION of Philadelphia, in
view of the awful destruction of human life and health,
caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions NT!lah are
practised upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases
by Quacks, have directed their consulting Surgeon, as a
CHARITABLE ACT worthy of their name, to give
MEDICAL - ADVICE GRATIS, to all persons thus of-,
flicted,(Male or Female,) who apply by letter, (post-paid,)
with a description of their condition, (age, occupation,
habits of life, &c.,) and in extreme poverty and suffering
to FERNDiII MEIHCIN.ES FREE OF MARGE.
The Howard Association is a benevolent Institution,
established by special endowment, for the relief of the
sick and distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epi
demic diseases." and its funds can be used for no other
purpose. It has now a surplus of means, which the
Directors have voted to advertise the above notice. It
is needless to add that the Association comnunids the.
highest Medical skill of the age.
, Address, (post-paid,) Dr. (IEO. R. CALIIOIIN, Consult
log Surgeon, Howard Association Philadelphia, Pa.
By order of the Directors,
EZRA D: HEARTWELL, President.
surf] 11. GEO. PARECIIILD, Secretary.
LIST OF DEALERS
It --G nods, --s `V-area-and- -:Merchant] i ze.
Also, Distillers, Millers, Lumbermen, ke.. within
the county of Cumberland, returned and classified in
accordance with the several acts of Assembly, as follows,
A. Boaz A Ilro.,
Phillip Arnold, 12 12 II)
b, 12 12 50
ileorgo W. Ilitner,' 12 12 :i
N. W. Woods, Agt. 13 10 (HI
R. pick, 13 10 00
Jasnia W. Eby, 13 10 00
C.lnhoff. Agt. (Liquors) 10 30 00
John (1. WilHans, 12 12 50
Joseph I). Halbert,l2 12 FO
S. W. iincsrstick, (Liquors) 13 15 50
Stimuli Elliott, 14 7 00
William Kelso, 14 7 00
Ste Wei & Bro.
It. M. Rawlins,
Samuel C. Ilnyelt, (Liquors)l3 ;
.14 ' 15 00
11. W. Caufman, (2 stores) 14 00
Wm. M. llontlerson'k Son, 10 20 00
Woodward & Schmidt,
P. Lytle, - 12 12 50
lf,aniel Echols, (Liquors) 14 10 50
John Faller, ((Liquors) 14 10 50
$.l. R. D. Rhoads, 14 7 00
O,lVm. B. Murray, Agt. 14 7 00
Thomas COnlyn, 14 7 00
l'eter Ntonyer, 14 7 00
ilallor & Jeohror, 14 7 00
John N. Armstrong, 14 7 0(1
Prof. li. M. Johnson,
S. M. Hoover,
Arnold A- Livingston, 13 10 00
John Keeny, • 14 T CO
Philip Messorstnith, 14 7 00
ilorkness fi Grove, ' 14 7 00
James l'U'Oratinban, 14 7 00
A.11'4. Piper, Agt. 14 7 00
Hay iil Cornman, 14 7 00
George Libcy, 14 7 00
Jonathan Cornman p 14 7 00
Jacob Hoover, 14 7 00
David Martin, 14 7 00
John Fredericks, . 14 700
James Callio, sr., ]4 7 00
Jonathan Cornman, a., 14 7 00
Henry Glass. 14 7 00
D. W. Totton de.,
C. F. Kunkle, 14 . 7 00
RIO Stambaugh, 14 7 00
J. C. Williams,
W. D. A. Naglo,
S. 11. Swansey,
Hock, Hubley & Co., 12 12 60
Nevin & Redding's, 11 16 00
Meddinger & Bro. n 16 00
N. A. Cornelius, 11 16 00
J. B. Duncan, Agt. 14 7 00
Philip Deitrich, (Liquors) 14 10 60
'John Wonderlich, 10 20 00
Christian Shade, 14 7 00
F. A. Mateer, ~ 14 7 00
Emlnger & C0.,13 10 00
Jacob 1/oral - Amer, 14 7 00
Kaufman. Rupp & Co., (drugs) 14 7 00
Simon Arnold. , 12 12 50
Blizzard & Swisher, 14 7 00
Ilursh & Bee!man, (Liquors) 14 10 50
Kaufman, Rupp & Co., (hardware) 14 7 00
John T., Ayres, 14 7 00
Levi Snell, 14 ' 700
George W.:Albert, 13 10 00
Henry Lowy 14 7 00
John Relgle, 13 10 00
Ira Day, 'l4 7 00
John Ilarlen, 14 7 00
Ephraim Zug, 12 12 60
Goal-offinglsar, 14 . 7 00
Oswald & Kaufpan, 14 7 00
Lewin Shut,' 14 7 00
Bingizeir & C0.,10 ' 20 00
Isaac Blizzard, 10 20 00
Josoph.lllillizen, , 10 20 00
Anthony foreman, 14 , 4 t 00
William Stitzoll, •14 . ' 7 00
William need, • .._..,• 14 ' • 700
Joseph Laughlin, - -,-- 14 700
Thomas Stough, 12 12 60
William Bratton, (Liquors) 14 10 60
John M. Davidson,
T. & J. M'Crindlish,
J. H. Herron,
N. G. Wild,
Bar & Cuban&
John J. Crawford,
Davidson & James,
Edward Rodgers, 14 7 00
Woodward et Schmidt, 14 7 00
John Hood,lB 10 00
• ' NEWTON. .
S. W. Sharp, , - AO , 20 00
ini , olt Swoyer. 13 10 00
W. & J. 0 racoy, 14 7 00
J. W. Vandorbelt & Co., . 14 ' 700
M. &.I. A. Kunkle, , 14 7 00
John Mtn kb,' 14 7 00
Kyle .Cs Washlnwr, 14 7 00
I'uier Gerver. 14 7 00
J leergliqore, 14
~Lacol, Au, (I.itiuorm)
Shoemaker & Elliott,
W. Ar.J. 1 4./reen, (Liquors) 14 10 b0 4
.John W. Clever, 14 " 7 00
I;eorge Clever ' 14 7 00
William Ilauelc, 14 7 00
J. F. !Tilghman, 14 7 00
.Ine,,b Fasnaught, 14 7 00
Hays & Palm, 14 7 00
Russel & Dien, ' 14 7 00
W. A .1. Green, 13 10 00
1). 1,. Beaman, ' 0 13 10 00
Joseph L. Sterner, 14 7 00
Francis Williamson, 14 7 00
Wm. M. Watts,
14 ''' 7 00
Benjamin Plank, ' 14 7 00
% .lintel Nogle, - ' 14 700
' SOUTH MIDDLETON.
A. W. Leidigh, .13 10 00
S. N. Divert, . 14 7 00
_Mullen & Alexander, 14 7 00
It. (lien A Co., 14 7 00
Norton A Owen, 14 7 00
Elks Light, . 14 7 00
Deviny A Hull, 13 10 00
Mrs. Mary Flesel, 14 7 00
Singizer At :audurson, 13 10 00
Peter (lingering, 14 7 00
ilitain bongneeker, 13 10 00
ClOsweiler A 'Mak, 13 10 00
Jonathan Eekels, c'' 14 700
LOW Ell A LI,LN.
Isaac Ilarton, (Liquors) 14 10 50
W. Loyd, 14 7 00
Brunt A: ifaines, 14 • 7 00
ilrnwer & 91arthlaud, 14 7 00
Walker & Gehr, . 14 7 00
B. H. Mosser A Co.,
John A. Machlnn,
EAFTP ENNSTIOROUII R.
ileorgo W. Fustier, (Liquors) 14 10 50
A:I d noir 14 7 00
J. 111) WOmnick,
Jarool. Longnovlivr, 14 7 00
Jacob itenningur, (I.lquorm) 14 10 50
Bucher & Sun, 13 10 110
Ker.& Hummel, 11 15 00
-Miebnel-freerte , ,--: -43 - 10 Att
D. A: .1. IZayntoll, 14 7 oil
1) tidul oh us White. 14 7 0 4 1
John Rutz, 14' 7 00
Henry Rapp. 14 7 00
Henry Neidir,h, s
. 12 12 50
Shaffer S: Bro.,
John B. Leidlg,
David.Stroln, - 13 10 00
:lamb Simmons, (Liquors) 14 10 00
D. IL S‘riler, 14 7 00
D. M. Leidigh, 14 . 700
Andrew liinglzer, 13 10 00
13 In 00
14 7 00
Wherry & Co. '
- Hopewell, 4 $.5 00
Shoemaker A Elliott, " 4 5 00
31: & .1. A. Kunkle, Newton, 4 i 00
Kyle & Washinger, " 4 500
MI E I
John W. (ler, or, Southampton, 4 5 00
.1. F. linelunan, '4 5 00
flays k l'elin, Dickinson, 4 5 00
Russel .1z Dice, " - 4 5 00
John D. Lehlig, Sirer Spring, 4 5 00
20 20 00
12 12 50
John doylo, • 4 500
4. W. Leidl•_L, South Atiddloton, - 4 4 500
tinsweller & Zook. Upper Allen, 4 5 00
►lenry Noldigh, Hampden, 4 5 00
Ernst & Haines, Lower Allen, 4 f, 00
G. W. Fesler, Eastpennsboro.' 4 5 011
!ludolphue White, " 4 5 00
.1. A. Muchlan - , N. Cumberland, 4 5 DO
14 7 00
14 7 00
John 0. bllller, ~,
4 ~,to 00
BEER, OYSTER & EATING HOUSE.
Wm. Whiholts, Westpeunsboro' . 8 5 00
Harriet Watson, 14 8 b 00
Jacob Rixler ' " ~,0. 5 00
George Murphy, Newvllle, a' -' 5 00
Jane Kershaw, " ' , 8 500
Charles Brewster, Newton, 8 5 00
George 51111er, . 8 b - 00
J. IL Diehl, Hopewell, 8 5 00
John Brow novrell, " 8 500
James Mackey. Shlpponsburg, 8 5 00
Spoeso ik Lenny, " 7 8,00
airy rtsßoi, hroitroe 6 1 00
James Machaidasburg, 8 500
_ _ _
David Long, 8 5 00
Peter Baker, w 8 5 00
Samuel It. °rove, Lower Allen, 8 6 00
14 7 00
Abm. Coble, Eastpenuaboro'
John Huston, " 8 A 00
A. G. Smith, New Cumberland, 8 b 00
Jos. lirownewell, Silver Sprin g , 8 6 00
19 10 On
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
Henry Werner, , g
Onthelb Sweltzer, .
14 7 00
MargAret Miller, "
Jacob Stratton. "
13 10 00
12 12 50
Marshall James, Westpennaboro' 13 10 00
Diller & Kritier, 41 14 7 00
Jacob Shellebarger, "
Zeigler & M/I
.Myers, 14 q 700
Isaac Marquart, II 14 7 00
Emanuel Barnhart, " 14 700
Andrew 31. Middleton, Newton, 14 7 00
John Moore, Dickinson, 14 7 00
Jacob Barnitz, " 413 l 10 00
John D. ShoatTer, South 'Middleton, 13 10 00
W. L. kT. B. Craighead, " 13 10 00
Sheaffor & Shupp, " ' 14 7 00
hooter & Son, “ 14 7 00
David Voglesong, Monroe, 13 10 00
0. W. Leidigh, " . 14 7 00
J. A. AC. W. Ahh " 13 10 00
Benjamin airier, " 14 700
Iwo Blizzard, " 11 . lb 00
Miller it Zug, blechanieburg, 10 20 00
Christ. Eberly, Lower Allen, 1, , 11 15 00
Semi-. Bitner, " 13 , 10 00
14 7 00
J. M. Haldeman, " 11 .. 15 00
Jacob Coovor, Jr., Upper Allen, , 14 700
J. S. Haldeman, Eastpenneboro' 14 . 7 00
Henry ltupp, Hampden, 14 7 00
T.ll. Brylon, " ' . 11 15 00
John Shaffner, Silver Spring, 14 - 7 00
Q. H. Dueller, " • 13 10 00
David Shank, 411 14 7 00
David Hoover, " 14 7 00
W. M. liendorlon & Soo N. Md. 12 12 60
Gabriel Hitcher, ':), ' it, l2' 12 60
P. A. k J. A. Ahl, Newton, 12 50
Joseph Ramp, 8 00
Robert Quigley, 'aB 00
Martin Coovor, Southampton, 8 00
A. holder & Son. South Middloton, 12 50
Henry Glass, rt 1 1 6 00
M. G. Reltahoover, Monroe,
J. A. &C. AM, II l2 50
13 /0 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
John Bowman, Upper Allen, - 9 8 00
Henderson k San, li. Middleton, 7 20 00
Mon. Bottler, - lt 9 f ' 800
Carlisle 9 8 00
U. W. Brandt, I 8 5 00
John Hoffnian, " 8 5 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
David Long, Mechanicsburg,
Jncob Ilenneinau, North Middleton,
Merehanta and others who feed thamselvep aggrieved
by the above classification, are hereby notified that I
will h o ld an appeal at the ()out% 1101160. in Ca rl isle, on
Friday the 27th day of April, f5r , 5, between the hours
of 0 and 12 n'obwk A. 11., and 2 :Hid d delnek P.
when and where Mclean attend If t hey think proper.
' C. Till 1:111 rc,
)113: , 0131.1: ,11'.0t415.4:17.
13 30 00 1 CarllelP,.laril IRil5-It.
14 10 60
14 7 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
• 14 7 00
12 12 51)
11 14 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
14 • T 00
v, 14 7 00
14 7 00
13 10 (1(1
13 10 00
14 7 00
8 IS 00
8 6 GO
8 6 00
8 5 00
8 5 00
8 5 00
13 10 00
•• 13 ]OOO
DISTILLERIES & BREWERIES.
TEN .PIN ALLEYS
NEW GOODS;; NEW GOODS-!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLESI
I am now reoelving from Now York anti Philadelphia
an Immense stock of now, desirable and Cheap Goods.to
which I would call the attention of all my old'frlends
and customers , as well as the public generally. Having
purchased most of mygoods"from the largest importing
houses' in New York, I am enabled to give bettor bar
gains than can he had at any other house In thecounty.
Our assortment of
NEW STYLE DRESS (1001)9
le large, complete and beautiful. Another lot of those
elegant and cheap liLACK SILKS, embroidered hand
kerchiefs, alcoves, collars, ruffles, edgings, and insert
ing's, a stock that for extent and cheapness defies all
competition. Muelins, ginghams, calicoes, de teges, de
Nines, tit:kings, chocks, a tremendous assortment.—
(neves and hosiery cheaper than ever. Cloths, case*
meres, cords, cotton:Ries, fir. fir. a full assortment and
very low in price.
CARPETINGS AND MATTINGS
An entire new stork of throe ply, Ingrain, cotton - and
Tenitiati carpeting, bought Tory cheap and will be sold
very low. Alan white tud colored Mattinkre,
BOOTS AND SHOES
A large supply of lalli o and gentlemen's boots,'shoes
and gaiters. Intending to give up the Grocery . depart,
ment,l will dispose of what 1 hiLvo on band in that
lino, at low prices. Also some well made Clothing on
hand, which I will sell for leis than cost as I want to
close it out. Come one and all to the Old Stand on East
Main street, and select your:Goods from the largest and
cheapest stock ever brought to Carlisle.
apr4 CHARLES 0f11.1,14Y.
No. 14fi, North Third Street. I'hiladtlphln.
Wholesale Dealer in
Fancy Dress-Trimmings and Mill'finry Goods,
and 31enufacturer of Fancy Silk Bonnets.
keeps constantly on hand a very extensive assortment
of Silks, Ribbons. Laces.' Embroideries, flowers. Bonnet
- Frames, pimps,-Fringes. besides a great variety of other
Fancy (Mods. lie solicits a call from Country MerehentS
visiting the City, and assures thorn that they will be
sure to find any article above Vuentloned at the lowest
1 )R SIRING SW:SI
JOIIN STONE & SONS. No. 45, South Scowl
Unvo,iost oprned their : 4 pring Ilup , Ttations of
SILKS. BONN ET It lIIBONS, ED AVERS,
LACEiI,-CR APES. ke.. kr.
nel uding a gr•nernl assortment of MILLINERY A RTI
OLE'S. of the most fastilimable styles. The nbove floods
linvo been Imported eqpressly for Our Spritig sales 1111,1
emnpriso the lamest and best tilisortment In our line to
be found in the-market. marehl44lin
EMOVAL !-BESSON & SON
F 4 leave to inform you that they have moor '
ed the PIIIIATELPRIA FAMILY MI/171L41N0 STORE from
No. 52 South Second Street, to the new building No.
.206 Chesnut Street. (five doors above Eighth, South
:dile) where they will.otTer an increaSW stock at,.
Arced prices. ite..New Spring Goods daily opening.
- - • _
I TUTHER ! LEATHER !
FRITZ. IFENDRV & vo.
No. 29, North Third Street. Philadelphia,
MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS, Curriers and Import
ers of FRENCH CALF SKINS, and Dealers in Red and
Oak Sole Leather and hip. Fe1,28--ly
t H. FItANCISCUS,
MANUFACTUTEIt OF COTTON LAPS,
Madding, Tio Yarn. Carpet Chain, Cotton Yarns,
LAMP, CANDLE AND FLUID WICKS,
which he offers to sell at the Lowest Cash Prices at No.
05 Market Street above Second, North side,Philadelphia
L.-- , ES, FLOWERING SIIRUBS, PLANTS, Le.—
,I n great variety and size, cultivated and for sale
in arge or small quantities, at the Rising Sun Nurse
ries and Garden, Philadelphia..
/Ery-Plants, Roses, Seeds. &e. ran h. had every day In
the Market, below Sixth Street, Philadelphia; where or
ders aro also received for the Nursery. . _
All ordors promptly attended to. Descriptive Cata
logue sent to post-paid applications gratis.
Address S. MAUPAY,
marell2l Rising Sun P. 0. Philadelphia.
4 • • ••••••
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CUMBERLAND VALLEY R A IL
ROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS! On and after
MONDAY, March 26th, 1855, Passenger train:: will run
daily, as [allows (Sundays excepted:
FOR HARRISBURG :
Ist Train. 2d Train.
Leave Chambersburg, 5.30, A. 11 4.30, P. M.
Shippensburg, 0.09, " 5.09,
Newvllle, 6.40, " 5.40, "
Carlisle, 7.18, " 6.18, "
" Mechanicsburg, 7.50, " 6.50,
At Harrisburg, 8.15, " 7.15, "
FOR CIiAMBFRSIIIIIIO. .
" Fhippensburg, 11.02, " 3.30, "
At Chambersburg, 11.30, " . 4.00,
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, at 6.45, A. 31
12.30, 31..(via Columbia) and 7.40, P. M.
For Baltimore, at 8.45. A. M. and 1.45, P. M.
For Pittsburg, at 3.20 A. M.. 12.55 Noon, and 5 P. M.
• For Pottsville, Reading, and points on the Dauphin
and susquebanna Rail Road leave Ilarrlsburg at 7.15,
SO-At all Stations where Tickets are sold, Farm aro
TEN CENTS LESS than when paid in the Cant
A. F. SMITH, Superintendent.
Rail Road Office, Chaurbersburg,l
March 21st 1855. '
WALL PAPER.—Just received a
splendid stock of Paper Hangings, Window
Shades and Fire Ward Prints, embracing all the newest
and most approved styles. The designs are neat and
!haste, and the prices such us cannot WI to give satin
['anon. We invite our friends and the public general
ly to call and examine our assortment before purchasing
elsewhere. 11. SANION,
marcli2l. Fast Main Street, Carlisle
SCRIVENER AND CONVEYAN
CEIL—A. L. SPONSLER, late Register of Comber.
laud county, will carefully attend to the transaction of
all such business as nay be entrusted to him, such as
the writing of Deeds, Mortgages Contracts, £c. Ile will
also devote his attention to the procuring of Land War ,
rants, Pensions, &e. as well as the purchase and sale,
of Real Estate, negotiations, of loans , 4c. llA_Oflice on
West High Street, formerly occupied, by W. M. Penrose
Esq. near the Methodist. Church.
1I AM NOW RECEIVING
CC .my erpring stock of PAPER HANGINGS
i st e largest and most varied assortment ever
opened in Carlisle, to which I invite the early attention
of the public, as I intend selling at prices which cannot
fail to please the closest purchaser.
IiriONEY WANTED.—The subscri
ber being in want of money to meet demands
upon Mu, desires all those indebted to him for Mer
chandise purchased in 18t4 and prevlomiyears, to settle
up without dolay. OEO. W. 111TNER.
Spring Arrival at.LYNE'S on North Hen
;!. over Street, where the public are Wog
supplied with every variety of Hardware, Paints, Oslo,
.tc. at the LOWEST CAM( PRICES. Call in, we can accom
modate n few mere.
41, A ID CA SI 1111111F,S, &e.—The sub
111,r lutu Jurt .qa , t,cd a ty I;labb; and
i! r.vr: at rei.lved pt Vet!.
Ibt Train. 24 TrAlO:
8.45, A. M •1.15, P. M
9.18, " 1.43.
10.30, " 3.00,
JOHN P. LINE
the property slow owns and cern
_ pies, formerly owned by the Lev. T. V
, 7 Moore, situated on Eolith Hanover grt
c 4; 2 rg s - i' Carlisle, adjoining the property of Mr
...M.11131, near the Walnut Dot
tom !toad, consisting 'Of a TOWN LOT AND A ITALY
00 by 940 feet, upon which are erected a good two story
A MT , . IIOUSI, 'Wood Houo and Stable, together with
other out-buildings. There Is also a good brick cemented
Cistern, capable of heading forty-five hogsheads of water.
The property is in good repair.
Also, for sale, a full TOWN LOT adjoining the ahoy,
GO by 240 feet. Any one 'wanting such property will (I.
well to call and examine.
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'l'll MBER LAND FOR S A LE.--
41i, The subscribers will at private sale about
' 450 ACRES OF MOUNTAIN TIMIIFIt LAND, in
,suit purchasers, Tim timber Is, yellow pine fit
or sawing and building purposes, as also oak and chest
nut. The land Is located very near the urry road lea
ding from James Weakley's saw mill to Laurel Forst.,
and extends up said road as high as Cold Spring, adjoin
Ing Richard Woods, JOhn'. Sterrett and Haskell and
Seymoues saw mill. A draft of tho land ran be seen at
the house of A. Comer.) , at WealtlY's saw mill.
Feb.2o, 55. R. & 8. GIVI
••:,, J/141STRABLE BUSINESS
..,::0 LOCATION—the pr iporty or 'sill liam N
.MS I Biddle, Esq deceased, FOlt SALE. All
4, E , "" - i'! that Valuable LOT, situate at the west
~ S .' 1V" 4 . 4:-.. • end of Maln etreet, Carl We, formerly the
pr4erty of S M. Hoover and Emory's heirs. The lot
has a front of 225 feet along the Rail Road, and 240 feet .
College Lane, and has erected upon It a
LAM E FHA MENVA REHOUSE.
From its fine position, facility of nree,ss, ke. it is si
hig.lily desirable business ]:cation, and sinco the liar°.
duction of NVaterinte the town, and the prop , sediritro
durtion of Gas, it`bss become an admirablO cite for tho
.rect ion of Factories, Steam Mills, d c. or for the carry
lug oil a ('pal and Lumber business. For full partleu
are enquire of E. M. BIDDLE, Carlisle, l'a.
ot?„..littrrisburg Telegraph copy l times and send Lill
.o this office.
‘IIERIFF'S SALE.---Bv virtue of a
kj writ of vendlthlni exilonas, issued out of the ('ourt
, 117onunon Pleas of Cumberland county, and to me di
ected. I will expos, to piddle vendue or outcry. et thr
'oort Hour° in the borough of Carlisle, on Till
IA T, the f.th day of April, I 556, nt lu o'cl...ek, A. I.th.,
'd lowing described Real Estate, viz:
A Lot of Ground, Fituate in Mel:in
-I-41 township, etiiiilsirland county; containing gime
oral an acre. Innre or leh., hounded on the peril' by a
mblie road, oN the west by A. Clandy. nn the nth a , d
•not by hinds (AT. C. Miller, haying therein ere,•ted a
wo stt.ry 1.4)0 HOUSE. dzr. Seized and trl,en in ry e
ution as the property of hsvis liens. and to I e y
.no. McD.4ItMONII, Sherif.
Sheriff's Office, Carlisle, March 7, 1(55.
A TALUABLE FARM of ONE HUN
! rot ED ANT) FORTY ACRES, more nr less,
rate sale.—The subscriber intending to go west the en
suing spring, will sell his farm on or before the first ~f
April neat, on favorable terms. The farm is situated
one mile from the town of Newlin° and three quarters
of a mile from the C. V. 11. R. depot. The impro‘ emen tr.
consist of a BRICK HOUSE, a frame barn. together
with other out buildings, all of which are entirely new
Thers is a flue well of never falling water at the thaw
and a spring near ,the barn. For further inthrmation
address the subscriber at Now.tille..
Fob. 1.1„55. 'W. K. McFA RLAN
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
OFFERED FOR SA LK AND POSSES:3ION o I VEN
IMMEDIATELY.—A large TRY.
- t7 , ; :. STOUT 110USB, with stablin g and Bath-
IT • Bowes. The lot of ground contains
5e•114,... great variety of elude@ grafted fruit trees
This property is situated on East street,
bounded by the Letort Spring. Also, TU . .
Stone and one Erame DWELLINU HOUSES, situated
en Itedtbrd street, north of the Lutheran Church. and
lu an improving part of the town. Also, a 'sniall'ElEl,l)
For terms apply to
Carlisle, Dec. 2T, 1854 W. M. I'ENItOSB.
Arj t TANNERY FOR R E N T.—The
.lAaa. Tannery, late the property - of It. MeCulloh, deed
on Market street, Chambersburg, is offered fur rent. It
has 42 Lay-a-ways and 10 Leaches, all In good circler, and
the number can be increased if desired. There is ales
an eight horse power Steam Engine connected with it,
by which all the Bark is ground. Bides milled and week
ed and heather rolled; and n new holler from which the
Leaches; are heated. There is an abundant supply et
running water belonging to the Tannery. The build
trigs are In good order and ample for the business.
Them is also a large Bark House and Brick Stable on
a lot convenient to the Tannery. The building Is cape
Me of holding 400 cords' of Bark, and it and the Stable
are in excellent order.
The DWELLING ROUSE which is on the same let
with the Tannery Is a very large and commodious build
iny . and will be rented with the Tannery if desired.
There Is but one other Tannery besides this In town
at present, and as the location is an admirable one, it la
believed this establishment offers inducements to a man
who understands his business, such as am seldom to be
had. Possession given immediately. Apply to
(0.28 LY.ITAN S. CLARK.,"
R I TWE , CARRIAGE ,FOR SALE:-
A tust-rnte Family Carriage for one or two horses. It IA
strongly built of the best materials, and will be sold low
for cash. Apply to
march? 4m WM. D. SEYMOUR.
TAR. J. B. MARCHISI'S CELL
// MUTED CATHOLICON, FOR THE RELIEF A
CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES.
It stands preeminent for its
curative powers in all the dis
eases for which it is cocoa.
mended, usually called FE
MALE COMPLAINTS. 0 H
these are Prolamin,. Uteri, or
Falling of the Womb; H un.
Albus,,or Whites; Chronic In
ilannuation and Ulceration or
the Womb; Incidental Manioc
rhago, or Flooding; Painful
Suppressed, Sr Irregular Mon
struation, drc., with all thole
accompanying evils, Weimer
excepted,) no matter how as
Tore or of how long standing
This medicine has never
been introduced by empty puffs, and misrepresentations,
nor is It intended that its prerent popularity shall be
sustained by any medium but its merits and the appro
bation of the public
NOTICE TO THE UNFORTUNATE FEMALE.
I feel it a. duty incumbent upon myself to declare
publicly the great blessing Dr. MarchisFs Uterine Ca
tholicon has proved' to me. For two years my health'
was miserable; I was almost' unable to walk.' Physi•
clans pronounced my case falling of the womb, exten
sive ulcerations, commencing with fluor album. The
pains, irritation, trostration, Ac., rendered life a burden
In this miserable condition,Dr. F. r. Newland recont•
mended' Dr. MarchisFe Uterie Catholkon. After tak
ing four bottles I find myself in perfect health. °nal
Ludo for my restoration makes me ardently desire that
all my sex, alike unfortunate, may tind sure relief front
this inestimable medicine.
ELIZABETH A. NEWLAND,
No. 19 Weet-et„ Utica, N. Y
The above statement 1 know to be true.
. F. P. NEWLAND, M. D., Utica, N.AY
have no hesitation in saying, Dr. Marchisl's Uterine
(lath°Henn' is invaluable in uterine diseases generally
I have used it In Fluor Albus, Arnenorrlra, ['Manaus
Uteri, and at z r extensive ulceration of the vagina
and es uteri. Its - •orthy of the notice of the Faculty.
JOHN C. ORRICK, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
Let all interest;4 call and obtain a pamphlet (free)
containing ample proof, from the most respectable
sources, of the beneficial results of Its use; together
with letters Dom highlps,experlenced Physicians, whet
hare used it In their practic i e, and speak Amu their owa
44-11. J. Witrriat, Druggist, South Banorer street.
sole Agent for Carlisle. Pa.
.1. 11. M ARCMS! & CO.. Proprietors,
' Central Depot; .D 4 ltroAwny, N. Y,
January 24, P4;:5-6m
1 - oils. I)) I;ECJ:S.----.111-d revolved
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subscriber it ill sell