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'DOLf.ARS A YEAR; di . t
- $1 76 ]F; 1;:e06 - WrillIN THE YEAR:
UNION,: STATE TICKET.
CANAL COMMISMNER, '
THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of . .York Co
DARWIN PHELPS, of Arrqtrong Co.
BARTHOL . OIqW . IAPOR!a,.Brd ford
fIONAS R. 111oCus.rocx of
Alleghenk whose term in the Sen'ate ox-,
pired with the last session, is 'spoken of
o We-sit,-ag-the_next;nr.mocratie an
didutLe for GoKernOr. -
M 4. FILLMORE'S 'AccEPTA.NcE,. , --71'he
Ainekigan .Organ .states that a letter has
been received 'by.% gentleman of Wash-
--- says'he'liaS - not recoive4 the - offrciaraii-•
nounComerit.of his - notainati6a; , but that
- . lre is at the service of his.friends . . •
LAND NVARRANTS.--:The total nuthber
of land. warrants issued under The Iltw - of
March; 1855, is; nearly' 127.,000; requi
ring-opwards -of fifteen -MilliOnS- of-4acres.'-
..• the, -- number of claims:r_ , Ceived
--7.-K.----Upwards- -1-4 1 -00.0--warratits—fOr
1,-700,000 acres were issued: during • the
" month of April. -
• .BIL.f.s,U.NsTaNED.•-- 1 -Gov. Pollock has
not yet signed. the • general appropriation.
bill, the claim bill and the bilrrclative
to libels, passed by the laatrLegislature.
The' Governor is alwat•from.liarrisburg
on a visit to hinaftiMily , in The
appropriation - , 7 . bill contains provisions
which :would rally justify the e.vrcise of
the ireto power.
AcurrrAts.--Coburn and Drane who
were tried in Dauphin county last week
. •fr alleged abstract'on of muskets_ from
the State Arsenal Ilarr'sbur. 'have
been, acquitted. •
Chialcs Boughter, who was tried. •last
week in Lancaster on a charge of embei ,
sling the fun - ds of the Lancaster Savings
Institution - has - also - been acquitted..
TIIE PIIILADELPIIIA• CITY ELECTION
took place.yesterday: .. The - officers elm
son are a., Mayor, to serve for two ygars;
a City Solicitor,..alleceiver'of Tuxes, anti
a CityController;.eaeh to. Serve. for two
years; a City Cominissioner, to serve for
thice year's; tweivn . Members of the Se
lect, , and eighty-five members of. • the
:C.onamon Council, inaddition to various.
- other-subordinate ofricors • Threelickets
worn• in the• _field --LOcofoco
We shall thus be •able
to know the , strength Of these variousor
- ---- gunizations- by the._result of the - poll. -
REPUBLIOAN CONVENTION:—The Na
tioetti ealAieetieti•tmlled by the Itepuhli
can ,gieout l iie.cemini,,ttie;.t6' Which a
o . ppici . Oct,i,o'.: 2 Bl*ipry:.,l.3xteiasion: :: 4rp . ',i,nv
tea itiii.be'heltfin:i'hiladelphia on the
~ .„t .
P9k;iof anno neitt: Wo,,ohsgi•votl3lat in .
aditui'nf the neighoring cotintienfu'. this
. §tata,movomonts tiro already: being made'
to reipind go the invitation of the
mittee, and4neetiogs haie been oaPed.to
'eonititier:thti propriety or , Sending 'dele
gates., Is!olietion, that we;are aware ot',
has.yet been taken lit this e9upty, as
there is no pu lloanorgannation•
voti has been nons4pAted by
,the 43 - onion
, D00409r4 -O Y, for tie office :' Of =44ve'rnor.
the Ate icon Denioerate o who pp?
pose /46)'Dave nominated TKIISTEN
POLK. itO.I3IIT O. EVVINO. is the Ameri•
eF ~ ~,,
---7 , — T - rT ,
The Wasli is - gee - 11 correspondent - of; the
~iiLlcve_says _: Itis-as - plain 'as -11,"
:s'tde here that_there is to be or jolly rem',
the Cincinnati , Conyoritiom—, —The
,- Nortliern patriots -who—ehannioned—that
benefieient measure Called tbe Nebraska
bill, and by itquicted . so,
tatioU on-. Sla - .tication;_areLall
for the . tieniination. •.• Neither' Deuglas:
Jun...Pierce ' nor - any . other,, prominent
Member .of the 'firm r inond. to -give , • way
fo_ot I_o 1:31.1.' tthulian. They Sold out:
North for a con no* . they
want their pay...,-- - Thet scout "the idea ; of
standing ingloriously aside fora Man'Whd .
.'render.• The :consequenceis likely to be
therefor . c,.":that the' scenes Of 1852,are_to
be played . over again ;
,and some Other
significant person is to be the nominee of
that Convention . ; - From . preseni appear-,•
: uneeS.noiie.of the-old 'stagers stand -- any
better chance now than they-did
GEN. ITOUSTON A ST.inIPCANDITUTE.
•"-It is averred that N:Hous'ToN
put - himself on the track for the Presi t
denoy, without a formal nothination:. Ifie
ie said"to Iniye ceiyedletters - . from all
parts—;of the .Union,—Democrats and
Whigs—urging upon him to. become 'a
aationliP n d Ware . . tat the Presideney,
regardless - of Conventions. It is. knoWn
thathe is opposed=tothp„ domestic : -and
forei,42,, policy 'of the present dynaSty,
since the repndiation of the Miafouri
7- cloinproiniie ) relit - HO: 7 6i 11.1 e
balwark . of the Sonthand a bond 'of pea - cc
between the two seetiOns.ef. , the - Union,
- He is alswin-favor- of the-restoration- .of
the, retired nalial'offieers and will !bake
.STATE TREASI.II:Y.--Hefiry S; Ma
grim, Esq., cleated , State Treasurer by
the last , Legislature, entered upon. his du-
ties, on Monday la§t. 'He hak.akminted
P. Boils, of Harrisburg, 9ashier;
McKciip,, of Philadelphia,
Chief Clerk of - the Department., The
retiriiierreasiirer,. Col. 'Eli - Slifer; has
distinguished. himself by afidelity and
correctness in_the business' of his office
which has won the commendation of men
of all parties.
Or) The Philadelphia North &xneri
can of Saturday .lastieame out in a: lead
ing editorial in denunciation of tho Fill
more candidales for Mayor and other city
officers and advising the old lino Whigs
to support the demomtio. candidates at
the elecion yesterday. The ,North
American---has— also -
warm eulogies of Mr. Buchanan. lately.
One.'steP more..and-it will be in the• loco-.
foco ranks. _
THE WAIL. IN 011 EGON..—Gin. Wool has pub-
Milted a roPiy to the charges against him in
'regard to his course during the Itidian war in
,Qregon and Washington, .territories, \ showing
gross misconduct on the part of the Governors
of th k ose territories. The conclusion °lids lot
tor contains information of the highest iinpor
tance' and, if the facts are as. stated, they
placf3 - 134. eiftry in' no very enviable position:
The General says..: ,
''But as lOng—as Governors
. of Territories
make war and exercise powers, as Ibelieve,
unknown to the President of the Unite(ll , tatei,
and individuals raise volunteers and make war
on, the Indians whenever they'please, and Con.
gress will pay the expense, so hing we will
have ia,r in Washington and Ocegoit ;Terri.
tories, It is said by hitelligent men that the
expense of Gov. Curry's army will "amount in
scrip front two to. four millions of dollars: 1
do not know'how the question. will be'. frinsid4
dered. One thing however, is certain,' thakit
is an example which if °countenanced by F the
United _ States Governimint, may, when least
expected, lead ,to no less embarrassing than
• THE PANAMA Otrfitavo.—The President of
the ,Pacific MoirSteamaltip Company has -re
ceived a letter from tiro Secretary of the Navy,
showing that prompt measures:re on foot to
inquire into,the robery of,--and outrage mpon
America citizens at Panama. Mr. Dobbin
'sap th"Cya supposed to be at San lutin,
0 ( 0037,1) ,.
has' been ed to proceed to the port of As.
.., pidwall, and the steamer " , Fulton,,' at Pensa
cola, has been telegraphed to the same effe" t.
The "St; Mary'al'-is probably now at Panora ;
her Commander has-been instructed to:remil
theieso , long is ' American interests' .requir
the presence of a•meii=of-War. ''
1161. We tare ii'i' port froin.
we g9.6' preen, ' that Vaux, the Demiormio
' Mayor, is eitOted by 4000 majority; •
7 ... J
ZolnirfinbAtilurtig - liatters.. - ,
..a-Ag-admpiNyzELEarioN.--Tho • all:-
nual election for President and Director of
as and 'Water 'd - o m piny T des
day - Eat: • A - fter thl-CCiel-Triattr
begindto- pays-dividends of tenor t`wenty per
cent'per annum, we May expect to see lively
contests for tite•manageinent of its affairi.-.
But untit the works, are , entirely completed
'an' din succeiful operation' . we itape the Stook
fielders will allow, of no °change in the manage
ment. The present officers have with a moet
praisworthipublie Spirit given their time and
_personal attetition to the'intereStd•if the Com
pany, and notwithstanding peouniary.difficul
ties bravo steadily pushed: forward the--works
untilthey are now on the eve'of final boinple
tlon. Itis to their efforts and jtidicious,man
age men t Ufa Wif
tion of the cheapest , Water s 'and Ga 4 Woaks
the•cnuntrY, Ilre s look for their re-election,
-therefore, as a matter of course..
TOWN Oossp.—The Trukces .of the'
Second PresbYterian,Pbureh . hitve contracted,
with..the Messrs. - Foete, gae,fitterSTAO
duce.thegds.into. their •church edifice.. _ The'
4tures_will_consist_of . n : large.._andLeltigant.
central chandelier and bracket side
with'twe lamps in.front . ,:ef . ,the building.. The •
„German ,Reformed ahiticliie already supplied
with -fi3ttures, and the . i'irst PreShyterian-en ,
Liutheran'churches , are making arrangements ,
for lighting with gas in the fall. Dennis
llYnn,_the person NVIIOB6 from jail we
!leaded last week, has7:not yet be'eti retriken
iind is not likely* to be... The sheriff offers a
reward - of - $2O - for - his - recitpture.—;=—Two
little boys, neither- of :-thinten years - of-'ago,
started , on a pedestrian tour lastvk without'
the ciinsentof - Their parents •and got as far as
Shippensbnrg before their whereabouts was
ascertidnelk: destinatien,. they said;
was the lied Sea They were. two
. days on
their iravelsatd7slept ore night, while: the,
rain s . U 2 t.s tailing in torrents, nnder : the shelter
of a hollow log. The ,embrio Bayard Taylors
had probablylbeen - filled 'with:llm spirit. of,
adventure by tlia excitingnarratives .in • thidr
aterrbOoksiThetraimdeis new in a fit
state to receive flower seeds intended for, the
embeitiFluneet of the garden. .Manyladies in
town ackbowlecige their indebtednelfs - td - the
llokli. Todd und his lady for'Packages of
rare varieties of flower seeds frourthe - Pateut
cently,established a gyritnattitini in ihiteaippus
which is agreat se t ene of nttractiolrf'iri the
evenings;ytie'pjdng horses, the swing, the
parallel har, &e., Miami exercise of the Most
exciting kitjd and will undoubtedly prove of
great physical benefit to the students,
Another party of Gipsies arrived in town yes-'
terday telotier their services,' we' suppose, to
the creddlous portion of the public—the
men in the fortune-tolling line and the Mon
in tratlindhorses. , ---:--The Connoils are do
ing a good work-in the macademizittg'of Main
street, than which no _street in town more
7nN*d - a, - . ,"niending - of - its — ways. ?' We boric
fite street cominissirner will see to it that the
stones are broken fine. so as to insure a -cont.:
poet and solid road hed.-;-•--A very. fewn . f
the newly:planted trees outhe public square
triiii7SOrry__to_see_nre not growing, We
hope the anther - Ili - es will'have them repined - I
. by otllrs•before the planting season is over,
.---Ono night last week souse 8' stop broke
into - the heiiie of 'WS' Underwood,' un - Pitt .
street,.and after ransacking the, house stole a
dozen of silverispoons.---Tne . spe`tial•Court
for granting licenses will' bo held-next Tues
day: In Carlisle five .are apportioned to the
West Ward and three to the East Ward:
Royvnyism.—A number of barrels of
whiskey lying outside of Rheem's warehouse
were bored with gimlets on Friday flight last
by a party of.soldiersind ton loafers, whi . ,
of course drank their fill and proceeded to
" make Li night of it." ,On Satiirday morning
very early.ovbeli'people were going,,-to, mar
ket, The prirty committed an , ,assnult; upon a
female i‘nd attempted to take Tiotp7Ver the'
basket in whisiltshe wee carrying vegetiiblcs
'to market. High Conslable SPLihr soon made
hie appearance and "pitched into" the pa
Pretty much of a free fight took place and
"knock downs . tind blows were suffered on both
sides. 'The high constable diseharged his
pistol in the melee but did' not 'hit any one,
and we believe did not succeed in making any
_ . .
. M15T.,04,c-r---IL ;short tirciq
since, ma the Harrisburg Telegraph; a lady
took passage in the - cars , on the 'Cumberland
yalley railroad. , She' put the ticket in her
dress pocket, ivtiot : Ci,ello: hattlavetal '„other. Ur.'
tioles,and seatinc'herseirbecanse .eainestit.
,engaged in' . conversation With
,a friend, The,
cauthictoe soon came
When he onto° to this lady sbe *drevrirotn het.
pocket what she supposed to be the and
withoutlooking at, handed , li to the condneter,
and opritinned.talking; but afte!'eTtendhig it
m i s g n
; fora short' time,: and he . not 'talc . , it; she
looked up, and diteOected tbpt e
. e'wogi 'of f er ;
ino. tho cowtacfoi fifitie teeth co ' t '-'
_____AGTITTT T. TT AA% .. OCIETV.- 1 ,
- tirp --- ""§""*.''''. " Kgreeat• '
to notice; - the' COmbeiland'Coiinty , Agritultu
rsl society inefin'Cailisle ' o - Er t d lit ( 1 '
The.ineetingM - w•4 ell attended,2lind after the
transaction of some _ generalbusiness_thn - fol.-
teliing:cgrlflm4t - eql:weyo .-iipk . intvi to -Make
:arrangements - for -the--next. Pall-Exhibition - . ;"
Commiette of idrrangemsni.—Frederick"att 4 tr
Dog ~ of Carlisle; Thoutag-Paitorer6flDickin
son, and'George W. Sheaffer, or Carlisle: ' '
Cominitti; on Busidings:—Goorge W. Sheaf
let, of _Carlisle ;_ Tkomas Bradley, of • South
-Middleton ; Thotnas - Pat - ton, *of- Dickinson,*
and-Frederick IV•otts,,of Carlisle. " _ •
The meeting also adopted a resolution to
further improve the Fair ginunds• by putting
frot the grounds; and enlarging the circle for
- eibibiting tile' gait - atietipee - d - Of - hors - es.
Some $lBOO., will, we believe, be in
gerfeating_theiariptts: improvements oentem.•
plated. About .160 feet of new buildings will"
beadded - to those aiready•erected, for the re-".
„ . •
ception of goods. •,_., .
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RAWLIN'S' SHOE STORE. Though our
frinnd Rawlins has removedto La - notister, his
Bec_kt and, ShOp,store (Porter's old stand) - op
posiffe t ie iletbodist church, still Supplies itS
customers with seasonablei and lashiotiable
good. quality ittid at the usual low Prices pe
.o. establishment. The presen!
polite ; attendant, Mr. James B. Jameson, who
has reedhily come -- fi•Wiancaster - tii — take
charge of this popular shoe store, we nit ,-
credibly informed has by his' genteel deport
inent-and- engaging_mannors_made to hlm"sell
'a host of friends in Lancaster.. lie briup•
testimonials and exhibits a laudable- busines
tact„which will secute.to lihn tbo esteem - anti
confidence of the numerous patrons of the oh:
stand. Our well known. townsnian . .Mr.:Jacol '
Shilling will - attend to, the making of custom
work and repairing at thesame place. • Cal
.and-see_them_andlL,y_ou__,Cate gQ.t, "Aqe (IL
have your." measure
llATs : —Every ono knows the effect o:
hat- - as an articlo.of dress, either in respect
to itsii:ipropriatenees to the person, ago; style
or.oustbins of the wearer :
.nor. need we re
laind Our readers that the hat is attitifikhi o
which.:nini...b — ol every-day comfort depends
.E.yery man kiawe this- 7 th° only' question u .
theday is 4. whern'iihall I get a •hat ?"
Keller, on North Hanover street, makes a db•
play oftho new Spring Style of Hats so. beau
iful in every -respect-that-no -kgson- can fai
in securing a satisfactory article from the
tractive assortment in hie establishinent,
Coln sboVrors jn - Nay urn
good for hay, .accorailig, tothe-otd-toußtetwi
tit!ty cortaiilly expeel:fine . grastkorops the coui
', KANSAS —Col, . Serener has ordered a de
tatchment of United States troops to Leen])
ton to assist the Governor of Kansas in main
taining the-liiws,•the sheriff of Douglas count
'aving been resisted in executing write. Slier
iffJones c who was shot at Likwrenoe, after ikt
tempting to arrest Woods, one' of• the Fre.
State men, was' cowardly assassinated whilt
sitting in the Cam at night. • •
'A despatch from Lawrence-in Kansas says
that a large meeting bad been held in that cit.)
with reference to the recent murder ,of Sheriff
I . ones,. at—Which resolutions were passed
claiming all responsibility for the act._and de
flouncing the murderer. Gov. Robinson offer;
a reward of $5OO for the apprehension of the
• Wifolloways Ointment and Pills, the best
Remedios in the Union for disetisc4 ofthe skin.
Aberdeen, MissiseippLbad_the• ialefortunect.
be afflicted with a most uThiligaTtiit dibease o
the akin, which rendered the child's life .one
of misery nntrauffering. As the mother had
.tried every remedy likely to benefit him with
out receiving the . desired result, she became
ultimniely worn out with trouble and anxiety
id the matter, - and was-lamenting the-same-to
a friend, who reeomended Hallo Way's Oint
ment and Pills; which thequether 'Commenced
using; and by perseiving_ with the stime"for
s' weeks, the child was completely cured.
OWEGONPREPATIIXO TO TIZOOSIS STATIC..
Under an Aot of thelLegielature of Oregon
ritory.providing for taking' The dense of the
pedple•relative to the formation of a State
GOvernment an election was_to be held in the
Write) , - sn - the first Monday of April for the
reception of voted for , and against .a Convene
. tion, carried in the affirmative, delegated
are' to clectod for the several, counties, ac
cording to the populatidn; and , to assemble at
the . seat.of government on the 4th of JUly . next
to fermi' 'a State Constitutiop, then to be sub
.rnitted to the people of the Territory for natl.
fietition: The preamble to the Act vo:geh ree•
one why the territorial forni- of4Cefiument
stiottld besupersedid by that of ti)State. .Ihe
.diseovery of now wealth' iwrich deposites .of
gold is mentioned, and the imputyAce gmain
ogling the tiutits intact, Wheiilfriflauudred
thousand acres of land will toe, secured to the
torritorx ow becoming. tt_ State, is mric profit
itaent wag the'irguesents; ,• • '`. . •
- , POARRYL,
IMPORTEIL AND,,.t - OBBER,
CURT.A.I,I4 . MATERIALS,-
FURNITURE COVERINOS. &41: 1 &0., &oft
Wi27l VERY DIK2OItiP7ION.OI, 2043112412(08 20 )11A2CIL.
tiENV: MASONIC . ~
- . . Cumnius Alarm, Apointillinarsu
..--7.1t,-"_i..,.'”;."']l'3'• ,:t • xTLu ll rt
f .-'O d ßr lA i6 ..' _. MOtiCIF. , -rNliiJ•:l3aak' as,' bli .
I, l l' ,, diclored ii,dkvidend ,kifilytipini , :thelitat _._
I s - 1 - i' m ' - oiitliki; which yiill;bo paid 9 - 'veAl „ ' y t holderit
_theirk!ip,4.sorkteittitlX.oll;9- i el , k . Tiy . ,--;----'
~... 157, cl . doe of !la°
.. .!".!,.vkl,v4i LT)C3I;
-7- lerai- 11 .:;,,;,•,,.. ' .: I.' .;,' ..-. IN.,
r. or, • '
eoChgerbir - et
tors of .No~tlz 311ddlilton District insitd iiropoWe
or OM buil - ding of 'II Brick, Sohool 'House, near
Church, in said District. Tlio DiroctOrs to frrnisisthn '
materials,. _ _ , _ •
Plans sad rifoidilaismay bo submitted te'tlM Directors
4141iele-next suceting,.l4,ll,o...biellact, the hotel) of
Wass, in Onlislo, 6n Saturday, tho 31st aflofer
order of tho Beard.
' A. P. NORTON;
Arl S PAI . N G STYLE OF HATS,:
AT • "-
ol:OftGE RE GLETOl6lres to..call tfie - attenboir - of his .";
,dd Modals and customers to his noirassortmont of Gen- '
demon's ! HATS, of the Oakfo4- - ff.pring style, with fin
- edekalit - suisOrkmont - cif — I.IOY'S - -C.AVS-dind - SOMMER
HATS. of ovary variety :Ind the most fashionable styles.
lie has also constantly on hand a Inrgo and varied
tortment of his own manufacture i s well as city Made
flats and Caps:suitable for the season, cornprising . overY
!•vAriety Rdnishl• Pf' B l l ?r,,M. - leskin and Silk Ilats, fin
ished in the latest style, t^mther with n full assortment, •
of CA l'-'•!• of : every shape and doscriptif.f., mud at every
price., Ile particularly invites the poKic to call and ex
ample his exoonsive - assortment, which• in style, matii.
riti And finish, cannot to surpassed - by any in Market;
end which he is.ablo to Tut at prices lower than ever.
o , n_itemeniber his old stand on, North Hanover street
nottsduor to Iluyett'S Grocery Store.
. • UILDERST=Piiip7M§"sv --
received until the 24th of ',tiny, by the iloerd of -
school-Directors of West Pennsborough township, for
the building of 'school No. G,,mt the state Road, about
twv . miles east of NaWillle. The house 'to be huilt:of
Brick, 24 by 48 feetrll inch wall: id' the Square and the
;able eutia4Vineb-;_,thellixitto_boLlititi with epOil yellow. .
1.1' . 110 boards; and the eeillug- ' to-lio Li feet front the floor,
ind, with the walls, to be 'lathed and plastered; to be
roofed:with good a quality of white One shingles,long
size; B.windovva,lg lights each 10 by 12,-with shatera
1,i,( 1 lush. white pine , together with a good brick chins
le ; one two Inch white pine painici door. The fouuda
:ion to be, or•gtone;.thii• door, windows and window •
•ibutters to-be well Otlnted The undertaker to find all
;he 'materials necessary to the completien of said school
—souse; to be built of good materiali, and to be finished
•tt a workmanlike manner... The couyactor to bare the
Id school house on the iirciOsel. Address Boa 108 -I"arlislc:
numAN - LIFE SAVED !. .
aLoma g iasOlich., tlar. 11-,
J. A. RHODES; Esq.: Dear Sir; As I took yourine - 71. 7--- '
Ina to sell on consignment, •no cure . no pay,"_l take
deasure in stating its eititeta as reported to me by biros .
.rilthers who live in this place, and their testimony IS a
air specinteu.of all I have - received.
W. S. CONKLIii told, me-r" I had taken nine bottles of
Chrlstin"s. Agno Isami, and luutinually : run. (loam
while using it. Allan my .ungirand liver wore congeated
to that degree that 'bleed discharged from my mouth •
,nd bowels. so that all thought-it impossible for me to •
through - maitre chill. I.he doctut It too did all they
!Mild fur mu, but thonght - I must die. Nothingylid me.
Any good until 1 sot, Rhodos' Wover _and Agno Cure,
rhich at once relieved me of the distress and uatisea at—
ny stomach and pain in my head anti - Jewels; and pro- ,
lured a permanent cure in a short Rm."- • '. -•
11, M. CONKLIN says—"l had boart,taklng medielne
of as a good a doOor as we have Inoue County, and taken
tny.quantity of quinine and specifics Without any good
•efitt,lts, from '2sth of Aitgust to With of December. slut
teeing heertdcely-It operated -on- niy-brother,.l. got ei
Mottle of-11.110DIsS' FEWER: AND ADUE CURE, which
orep tad a permanent pure by using two-thirds oftt bottle,.
8. L'unklin was not here,-but both the , other
mothers say his case was the same, as 11. 31:s. I sold
he medicine to brith the sante day, and the cure was as
peedy front the - same small quantity, and 1 might so
'poetry. Yours with respect. -A HUNTINGTON.
The above spealtsfor Itself. Good proof asltis r it , is
f nu better tenor than the' vast number of like
•atos• I have already. published, 'sod Ma SDI greater
-mount that is continually pouring in to me.
One thing more. Last year 1 he'd occasion to Caution
the Public in these words— IL
" 1 notice one firnf who . Datitakeu one 'of my general
strollers, substituted the name of their nostrum for
- ny medicine; and t,hvhith liftmen impudence col
:heir pamphlet with th •vr
e exclamation,' Let the proprio•
tor of any' ther medicine say as much if he dares."
Niiw I take pleasure In saying that the Caution refer , ,
coil to the saute •• Dr, Christie's-Ague Valsam" that is
nentioned intim above certificate. ' • ' •
There are several other industrious' people why:litre
-Applying _to_tiielr. poLvon.otia_trash ail that I pyhlish -
'bout my Fever and Ague Cure, or Antidote to: Malaria, -
:scout the Certificatbs of Cures, and of the 'cclebraNed
.hourilst Dr. James 11. Chilton, of New York: in favor of
its perfectly HARMLESS CHARACTER, -which is at
tached tonverrbottle. These will always serve to dis
tinguish my medicine f m imitatiens. -
JAS. A. EIIODES, Propdeter
• • . Providence,ll.
For sale by IV: As, KEL 0, and Itruggists - geneirdly.
CENSES.In pursuailcti of au Act
of General As.sernbly passed March al, ISAti, enti
tled nu "Act to regulate the - sale of Intoxicating Li
tuers," notice 'is - heriihy •given - that Altel - flillosing
named persons have Bled in the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Quarter Sessions of Cueiberland County their
petitions for their respective licenses, to be presented to
the said Court on the 13th day of May nest, via.:
. . TArVERNS.
~ lower Allen - John UJtoek ,` JUSnei - T ill.
Carlisle—NV,est Ward—Jelin Hannon ,
Smith, Ileury-.1.. Burkholder, Isaac Parsons, Henry
Glass. Enid Ward—M . 4i. Moody, Thomas Costaniagna,
David Martin, Joseph . .
Dickinson—Elias B. Eyster; John 'locker, Jacob-Red
seeker, Johu Garman.
East Pennsboro'—Alftu. Ifuntsberger,. A. P. El b,Sole
moo, Deer; Charles Smith,Patrick Ityan..
---ilopewell—Buikholdc3lc_Leaf. • '
Monroe—Samuel Angier. • •
• Moclikttleshtirg-,Jatues A. Aieloy, John Ilbover t Geo.
L:Sponsier.. . • ' ~ •
NewtorSalnUel Parks, ,Gonry L. Greenawalt, C.
Nee/ Cumberland—John C. Peaslee.
North I,l..idloton—Norton h Gwen, Peter Harlacher,
J. C. lleeeher. „
Newville—John M. Woodburni.D.:
South' Middleton-Jos., W. Patton, klatt4tArlidOore,
Jahn lilcker ," N'tu'. Crosier , Snpleritiiploy. ,
Silver Spring= - Jacob Shell, , Jacob :W. feldlllleorge
Duey, George Coover, Daviit.lield. •• '
Southatoptou—Levi:Stiohin; William Clark.': _
ShippensbUrg _ltor.-4pouttler • & klatildr
Eerie), Mary A., Meteor, Jacob, Gross, Jaeoh,filuk,'lleto
Shanuoti. •••• - 77
-blast TiougEs.. • , . •
w a t4-..Jeffirson Iloyer,Jaeol? Stratton. _
East Ward—Ootleib'Slielizer, John llortuuni.
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L ' NU,
R .•; SE-
• RIES! '
f* „ '‘ ' TlMino t splendidassortment of_USES
e : ' • ever'feteed•ln
Carlisle - may bo, br‘d at
the Whlteba)l Nurserles,mast Of the rail.
ki‘, - .\ - • road bridge,. . Comprising thinik orDoily,
, , i Jale 'do ilcairbon, 'Dm; Nolsetin4 Jitt'red
' . ,Porputual or Itemondant, and , Damask
. '. . • . Roses, atilt the newest arid most dwdra
tde patio: t The plaids - aria All In bloom, ythich s twill en a '
be purchaserstoMahe thole Selections hb to
,their rospeotiva,thstea.' The aisortment,compty#o °veil
shads of Ciiior i and,7lll . b 0914 below city pri , l• • ..
Ap.11123, lettl, ' ... -,,, ', , :as-,
otoiith or Carlisle, at the residence. P FY"' a
few doors 'Nice fdr, OW hotel; tifetitot-I'l l
n'umberofexoilent 0 0a welboasdo articles of to" .
cheap for cash, below cost peas,. to wit::=—Ocii, t
‘DTYltsfs. Vreisalcit Iltimag with xnartap topp.nd JP nd "' ono .
Fancy Table, ono iThatlblot; Weide
dpr . ;lo, Vib—tf ••• • :"
!ifiltSIWA, JAMES; President