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CARLISLE: IoRCEUCE MARKET, '
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Leila Superfine, - T per bbL , _SA 75
dO Extra, do - 6,00
LTA , • do' 8,25
Winver per bushel" 1,35
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PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. -
Phllatlelphla, Monday.oveaing May 19
noun--The market more active, and
holders are °building rather, better prices;
4ales include some 500 ibis , common 111.1(eir
srands:at $6;. Iooo,bbles straight do at $6 121
which is now the 'gedertil\ asking rate ; 200
Ale fine at $5 ., 12}; ow 'mks. , better brands,
‘ Part Writ oil;• a't $6 25; 200 bbls extra tit
$6 60; ' X 600:bbljrl'ittsburg City Milli °stria
$6 75 700 bbl° extra family; at $7; . and 600
olaeiddlingcsiks4,374-per bbli the market . _ _
losing fi rM, and with few,if untsellers at our
:owest figure's; 'for horde. use the demand is
slim better within the:above range of prices.
for common Ur - choice. Maude and , extra, at
50 per bbl for fancy rate: \ ,Corn . Meal , is
'lore, inquiied for, and &alders are rather fir
irer in -resoh-tibent - -1200
ishls Penna Meal, !diets at : $2 50 and 1000.
ibis Brandywine at $2 .87i per bbl. Bye
elour is rather quiet, butabout 4300 bbls have
seen 3 62i, includinka small lot, of a better
—brans:Lest $3 75 perlibl. ' '
- Gamx 7 There is not much Wheat offering
the.dernapd continues moderate, and prices
ire unchanged. We are only Advised 'of'sales
of 1000 busbeli fair Southern red at' 145 C ;-
1600 do red and whitemixed, also a fair qual- .
ity 7 tit , ppoo 1 and 800 do prime white at a
, s , s4rivatt? bargain. , Ilya is steady, With-buts-little.
._,offering or selling,, and sales reach about' 1200
bus Western tit 720. Corn—The market
opened active, -but the demand at the close
was only Moderate, About 12,000 bus South
ern•yellow were . disposed of at 640, afloat,- in
.oludineabout 1000 bus white at 5248 e, and
some damaged lots at 80 a 400. acts are but
little lag/tired for, and dull at 88 a no.
WALL PAPER ! - -
JORN- P. LYNE A SO4
have the pleasure of Informing the public that they
have at last completed the enlargement, Cif their store,
and are, now receiving the largest .and most varied as
sortment of Wall Paper and Window Blinds over:opened
In Carlisle. A call is solicited from those wanting Paper
hangings of auy kind, as we aro confident that all can
be supplied front. our mammoth stock. At the old
stand, North liavever street. • April 9; 18511.
SPRING & SUMNER CLOTHING!
Flue and Common Clothing,
• Plain and Figured Clothing,
Lightatud sombre Clothing, .
-.Night and morning Clothing ,
Noon and evening Clothing, .
Dress and business Clothing, .
. --Week and Sunday_Clothing, ,_-_ _
Home and traveling .Clothing,
, Bright and soft hued Clothing, '
" Big and little" Clothing,' .
Boys' and young men's Clothing,
.. Grave - and stylboh clothing, .
Cheap and cheaper Clothing, • - .
Orally_ kind of Clothing, . • •
may be hid at STEINBI - &illtO'S: - Cherip - Clothing -
Store, corner Of Mainstreet and Markey:Square.
Among their, nahmalve assortment may be found Fine
Black and Blue:New Style Dress and FrocyCoat , made
In the latest WOODS Wf Frorich.and English Cloths. •
New style Business Cents, of Black, Brown, Blue and
Oreen Clubs, sutd,Plain arid Fancy_ Cassimeies.
hinentlinghain:ind , _Cettou Coats, of every kind.
"Illaiblelttittliingle-breastitlAcsrsorn endless. variety
of Plain and FancrilitiStWini; Catsimerea, Drone
dime, and Marsidleeri.Sc., '' •
Fine Black Fretitit-DOeskin - and Fancy Cassimere
Pants; Plain Llght.Colored _iffuicy Cassimere Pants—
eprtsig Styles. '. .-,"..'-,-.' ' ~. .1 .
Also a full assert - Spent of Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Cm
....,.7.1115,„P0cket HiSitershisrs• Suspenders, Stockehtiloves,
nowayan • breUae. _ •
- Cirlisle April -id, 3.810,• .: L. • - ' , • -
HN E: A GtA I 14 1--Ml--MRS. RS. REY
NOLDS would• inform ilirinterested, that she
nes, returned from Phlladelphitcytherei she had been •
for a few weeks, acquirlinr i the new winless of
~ /t hi itit 43"2 lf F liii ik t ., .
or taking likenesses. onali, willeh haVe - only - ttr bo
som' to be admired brill l lovers ofprotty pictures, or of
those whom the pictures represent.
Der course of instruction has been full and complete,
there having been engaged in the establishment in
which she was. the best artistic talent lathe city in all
branches of photography; and the gentlemanly_ pin:,
prietor and Operators'spered no pains to give 'her an
Int@ligent knowledge of the art., She therefore feels
eontideut of being able to'perform all she promises, when
that promise Is. to furnish as tiODDAMBROTYPES, as
well as•DAtitfilithElYlTYßEB, as rata be produced else
A WOAD oil Anasoriess—Thoughithera are 9 . 01 those
who will prefer the Daguerreotype, yet the. Ambro`Po,
his several advantages over it; the Ambrotype Can be'
seen bratty light; is not suldeat to change, dampness
. haring no effect on itt. in fact there. li no rrY to de
stroy a real Ambrotype When finished, but by breaking
the glass. : i
Persons are invited , Oita-Mine specimens. ' -
- - ' Room* etill at the f o tiouthwest corner of'ELANOTER ,
and JA)U'illElt Streets, over Mr. Fetters Cablnet Ware
room, where sheinvltes ;her numerous' friends, and pa.
- bons, and as many neVvones as may feel . fiisposedto
• Wetter with; a call.- ' ..-,--• Le2l).4ti.
RE fit gjo V A.,L:.--Shavini;and •
&Malls Saloum—The undersigned , having ie
mo ved to North Hanover street, MUoining Slpe's Fur
niture issferoolus, invitesattention to his saloon; where
vi persons can receive s clean and easy shave and haVa
their hair out and dressed in Ahe most lashioimble and
exquisite warmer.- Mehl is something "soothing a
inn i e ure,, If aware disposed to doubt y tat themtry,
Ma r and PASS fully demouitrate the bet. • • ; • , •
April 1841).,] 4 . WILJJ.AM • IspROESS, •
, , ,
TO ' — eittrgieNtßitSl, tIII.IiDErA
e,---The undersigned has been ';iiipagueene4l
"gent fur supplying SiOUI.DINOS of any deidgn, or Pat
.,serns, ib t buliongs, at a much hise 'rote than they can
be made liere—or.sald by our . moot experienced me
obaniei. Math 2h,10] ' Ltiniblf aprroN
X sit NIAIIt HEAD. DREShks,',:-The
übseriber Lasjost , received Motir
so; Eirleg Eton floods.
buret&. ' GEO. 15 - . LUTEJCIL •
.B 0 1. IT .0,11 AOC
James.Lo ~,) t.in,Atcount to#ll, 14.
. . •
RECEIPTS, • - •
Received 9f Deu'l Eckelp, former [ trommier, • #194'50.
Alexander, IViiide, collector 1854, 263 01
'f 'Samuel Caldwell. collector of 1855, 6,597 16
' 6 2. - Xmlisle Dep. Bk. 3 'different-loans, 1,689.34
Water-k. ilias-Colutiy-fur coupons, .:1;067.50
" Stephen Keepers for stall route.: 204 01
11..51attherni'for making p.m°. - .
ments for 3foglauglillu, .111nich - _
' - an6l' Urostonan," • - . 53 00'
" • • . Making pavement for J. B2.llratton,' 15 12
" • " _ :C. Hurray, • .14 g 5
Mri.,Alexander,l2 6 21
• A. Noble foS . llcalaus, - - •
• 7 .; " 3.10111Q011 fur o,itfil rents,
" Robeit lloudersou,
' - •._,._:4 .. 'l.i.',,i :Tani/WTI:UM& ,
Worley,lE_Matthe•Wii lepair-ingetteetTa& s iT2762 - 64•
J. Scanfp.for work at crossings & pavement's; - , 265 36
Carlisle PAIL Bank r interest at differeritilines, ' 69•10
- IL Satelior' Janitor to Council, " ••,.. • - . • •ftl 59.
John Harder, High Constable And removing nut- •
- , sauces, &c., •„ . • • • - 115.33
John Cameron, ' ” • " ', 0. "-, 21.25
Joseph Stuart. " • - ." • "- - . " '
and cleaning Lotort Spring,... • • 145 01
Cl. L. Obuchery.posting bills at different times, . 125
Samuel Crall, repairing pavements, &c., - 30 57
'A. Seimeman for damages and buggy, hire, _. ' 22 50
• Win:Bell, holding elections Eat Ward, , lO 00-
S. 41. Gould, " " West Ward, • 'lO 00
Mrs: S. Todd, interest on bond,. •' • - -__ lB 90
Moses Scott, white washing tree boxes, ' 120
S: Miller, repairing Cute!): and Union engines, 42 00•
Joseph MeDarinond for costs, • .. • 10 . 87
A. & It. Noble for sand,.
'A. Noble for said and gravel, • . • . 147 OU
Jacob Spaugler fur boxing ivies,- ' • 23 60
Jaceb Spam; er for regulating, ' .- - • .11 00
13: Corn man fur prating 1854-55 - • 21 75
J. IL Bratty°, -. *, .
E. Leith , : , 1 . .. _.. .. • .• 19 60
-- Giiii:2llll3;lr., . --- "- ‘-' -. . -. •
• ----- • -1 / 45
David Smith for costs . •' -. . 20 00
A. Noble. simpers for patrols, • • , -13 06'
- William Line: g.sq. fovtroes, • ' 8360
for•plan of Borough, . 10 00
. a ' ft for regulating(' 11 00
Samuel St: Mover - , lumber ( - ir free, boxes, • 14 65
• : J., & L. 0 utshitif and J. Zeigler fir hauling step
. ping stones,- . - ' - • ' . GO 50
W. D. Duey for hauling stopping stones, . •46 00
D. Zeigler , . A. . •••• s: ° ' 72 00
- - Jos.loiiglel, -..:.i___:_____.o._--11_—, ____ ~,.. .
George Kilts, , ", . "- " - • /I QO
- Samuel %Vitt ~ ,:"., " ."= 7 ' 221 74,
1 tintshall' '' " • ,--- 0 ~. 0 . . . . 52 60
J. Zeiglereiquarrying. ' 0 a -. ,n 7.54
.1. Gutshall add Jos. Zeigler, "`• ./..45 00
W 3 n. il - f-Irmad; ."' :.. 0'" '''. - '-'• ~. 'l4 00
L. Gut • shall; . - " ' 40
WM. Zeigler, ,- " - " •
. '•• " - • ''?f,.••••'-?• . .1200
Jacob Zeigler, - .c • .- 0 14 Of t' •.34 54
J. S. Clark, - " - At : di ' . -10 47
A. Risinger, .• - • 6i . It ..
James Clark,. " ~ " '-' i -0, :12 - 00
.1. A:Zeigler,' " '.• • • " -. 0. - 176 00
William Riley copying duplicate, '• -- •,.. 4.10 00'
David Sipe for sand, • , • 100
.011 lard Dock, weights and measures, , .. .-- 225 75
Peter Weibley serving tax notices (1853), - 500
F. Gardnersepairing pie plugs and hay scales, , 33 82
_I lenry SlYerit having grave yard cleansed, - • . •:703,
'."..aturad.nlaying pavements; • - ' -17 88
Win. McMillen, - " " , • •- • ••45 30
• 31. McMillen, - " - .....M. . • . • ' 20 65
Wm. I! Wetielsalary arid
, oixtrit - Seriicei," --- • • 100 110
Win. McElwee hauling•sand,-' • ; - - 7 Si,.
Ephraim Steel for winding town•clock, . -
_ ' 25.00
Peter•Spahr Vic Brick; • • . • WU 43
- Parka dritarnits fordo., . • • 4189
John Mcli fordo., ' -••-••.• •. , • 6:3 01)
- Peter Sion • Yee, appropriation to Union fire Co., -34 00
11. S. ltitter,-apprapriittion to quint). Fire Co., - 31 00
J. D. Halbert, appropriation tabood Will Rose, 26 00
W. U. Wetzel reuairing at 2il Presbyterian Church
and liheeiii'm house,. 7 10
Samuel Holliday cleading spring,', . 15 11
11. A. Sturgeon for services, ' '. 140
' Sticltel - Sheaffer bridging at crossings, ' 19 25
John Rut - shall. • " ' O , • '-' 9 02
Jacob Beetenf for regulating, " , ' ••.- . 11 00
_ Charles Fleager, pick and hammer handles, .. '' 15 05
Joseph Sites for atone, - --; 37.10
Cresson, Stuart and Patterson for Lamps, ' 'l2B oti
Newsham & Co., for lamp posts, . 203'_5
Jacob Rheum freight on do.
I euryillisss for hauling with eart,--,?'1,,,, .
'• ' - ' l O B 60
John Armitrong for Lumber, - ' . , .•••-• • 42 21
Munroe Morris - on account of plumbing, r ' 300 001
James London; stationery and freight on Weights- '
Measures„ - . 7 87.
JamesLoudon salary and extra services,. 00,00
J. &D. Rhoads, hauling and storing tiru plugs, • 600
W. li. Stiller, Esq., Attorney to Council, , . 25 00,
Henry Saxton, powder and tools, • 84 82
.8. W. llarerstlek, oil for market, - - 8 OS
floury Myers as supervisor, . -23 00
U. W. ShoaUer, Interest on bonds, 84 00
AT 1:4-8pansler,-preparing-Onlinaime-bOok.-for-put '
Win. Peer fur aarileas rendered,
Coupins Choc°ll6d (see filej
Balance In hantlO of Treasurer,' • • 205 40
Llons alitnst sundry persons to the amount or $173
80 Rost debt to paromeots made by the Borough :au
thorities, and h.tro been entered On the Prothohotar,'s
April 23. ,_ JAMES LounoN,Treaxurer.
SUS MER ARRANGEMEN4r.
'•••• ''Zia ' ,-.&431..
CUMBERIJANI) VALLEY -R. R.- -
01.1ANO11 OF 110UM1
Un and atter TIJIMDAY, - April Ist,. 1856, Passenger
Trains will run as (allows : excepted . :
— lst Tratu, 2d Train,
Leave Chaniliersburg, • 4.40, A. 5I 4.38, P. 31.
Shippousburk 8.18 " 8.09,
•"• Ne w villa, • ... 8.4 d„ .
. 6 2 1', • "- _
_ 6 45 2_ " 6 . 51 4
At ilarrlsburg, U. -
• Z.Oll CIIAMDF,IISIIURG, - •
• Ist Train. _ gat Train:
8 . 18 , A:4 - 1.00„1'. DI
8.43, " 1.30.
'" ' 2.11, "
10.00, " 2.44, " '
10.11, • " 3.15,
• 4 4 Mechanlasburg,
-4 4 ' • •
44 . Shipponsburg,
t. . • , • TRAINS' • .
lastie liarrisburg for Philadelphia at !7,40 7.50
P.M . ., and 1.15, via Ciiiumbla.
heave Harrisburg for Pittsburg at 3.30 A.M.; 12.35 noon.
Leave liarrisburg ter Baltimore, at • 3.15. A. If., and'
• at I l'. U.
Care of Dauphin and Susquobanna Rail Road leayi Bar.
• risburg fat •Aubarn, lteaditig, dci., • •• • '
-- SlirAt all-Stations where !rickets are sold, Fare s are
TES CBSTS.LESS than when p aid in the Gay a:. ' ; 1
A. F. 'SSIITII, SUpeiintendent.
Rail Itoail .001e431 Char4beisbaribi. : • ', •
- • Bitui4l-11,18Dtt , „
It T l h A e . u li nd la ers . igiiNetitl)majli(4'pYile;ileh
od Lis stocx of •
0110Q1S11,1g5 /N 1) QIJESSOW • '
,and la prepared Sri supldy 1A11062400414 • mire
almost anything , roquired t domrdtdc prlsmi:
wbkb be hops will prove satisfaciory.', oek,con,
. sista of every variety , goods callab le ibr '
cot at use. lie luta also on hand a stoats' ent'
,40U-DWAIM Alt*atinoY be needed by d
mechanics for every da y use. Ills stocleof
)VINIW,IIIIA.NPIS,B AN it 0TU1411,-Ll4l l
ts large and embraces an excellent assortment -141,44
quality& All forma. Wholesale and. Retail, &MOW
corner gf Hanover and Louilter straits, Corllele,;%:-;14 . -
..01*-P.onntry Produce taken in excitants for
not'. 24 s s e SAhiligh q,
PAPE*,.•.-ii-Just4,re9e,ty - a
- epleridid :stock of ape Ilangibge; Wludow
;bider and litirebeard prints, embracing aillhe newest
:rd, moat .approved , styled. , The dodos are • neatAnd'
tastotand thb priced eat% MI cannot k t il to give: eat*.
Lotion.' We Invite eurlrliade end the` general
and en*, chtfrreemthavEtt be ere phrobauslog.
Isewbere.' , ' fIAxTON, •!
mareb2l• '• Carlisle
To farmerg. -
rates: Reaper, &1tb,'51,65; Reaper and Mower, cash,
$l9O ;.11eaper and blower, on thee $210; Beaner,,slBo;
s7b on ; $75 first Of /September; and the, but%
ante first of December, - Nvith freight front the Factory at
11.-rrisburg.'.:The •Atkin's Reaper is built of the best'
material that can be found, and, .put up in the best
workmanlike manner, Warranted to eat grain a.s well
as can 'be done with the Cradle. oVarmers getting At
kin's Reaper do not run the risk they would in buying
a Reaper about one theutiand-nilles-awayEfrom home ;.if
there should anything break they can got the castings
at the Factory at- Harrisburg, at any tithe. Persons
r have. the benefit-ofall- Improve
meets free, *hereafter, by applying to J, S Wright, at
.th. Factory, •
°lilt ISTI AN STOU FF Agent at Chamboniburg ;
1;/ BURISIIOLDER,. Travelling -Agent llarliale;
Henry lierr, Agent at Harrisburg. and • James Patton,
General Agent at tielfactory, at liarrlsliurg,forTene
sylvania., Oider through the above'agents. - -," ,
What bettor evidence cif true worth could be given
than such unparalleled inereaso--71 in 1852 L-3000 in
18001 • And though so little lou wtOand'all the oditim
riOt•tiiii4hirds of the customers could be supplied t
'near. More will be disappointed the next; for, if farm
ors can got a reliable Self-raker, they are determined to
have It; and this is now thoroughly established inthn
confidence of the farmingrpublic. it has a raker always
on hand'endloltigt the work, particularly, in a heavy or
lodged crop, better than a man. Saving at least anoth
or hand in binding; is even argreater (train BaTor On*
Labor Saver, and. hmtlso o first-Tote •Mower.'. If you in=
tend getting rid of yotir old fashioned back-breaker, and
to get a Raker with Bone and Muscle of Iran and
-Wood;-yott-inust,beanoving.-for.:I000-next_Harrest a ill
by . no means supply-the dernsnd, as the- 1200 which
were so Insufficient the past season:'' • ---
Strong, Reliable; Oomi Materials, and Well :Built.—
A Reaper' that • constantly gets ,out of order 'a a nui
sance and anylwice. - Braakages-with this have
been notwithstanding the intrelio of
,iftetrlng by the linker, !jiving te the'Cire - used' in - :good
materials and putting them together thoroughly. -Ma
ns cut from 100 to 300 stems and over. with one
without detention; of any expense for repairs. The
harvest is a hurrying season:. you want a machine that
van lest roiled upon, and this is-the one, as (I . :spot - 10nm
in ease of. Management; this is not surpassed. Few_
purchasers the past year,
nod not, one Agent in ton had
had - any experience with" it; ensl_generally machines
word shipped so late as only to be-received 'Just at bar
-vest, or.after it was begun. Hence there 'Was no time
Wexperitiumt and 'learn about it, which is generally so
necessary with new - machines. This:will be olnisted
the coming season, witirtheise avlicrare wise in ordoring
-earlier than last spring.- Some. too. fulLlninAmproper:
hands - , as orders:were filled' isidisaiminately, till the
ittlipls - filliiil: - Aln -- siiveral instances machines were re
turned• and soldagnin to proper parties, and , they:gave
' excellent satisfaction: Tut under all these di:when- -
taps, not two per cent. gave any serious trouble: anti
'we will guaranty 'Much lessMextseason.:_ • •
A_Flrst Rale Mower—Knife NeverChokoF.— Peon:L -7 th°
first introduction of [his machine, farmers have said
that to glve,it the lead fer-stituati of all Oars, we had
-only to make it as go osiiin grass as hi Fndn.. Wo suc
ceeded protO well, with the gritsst ipso season ; but the
Motion of the knife was hardly fist enough to cut prat
tio -graSs, and some other .kinds. A flistor gear was.
made and supplied to a part of the pilmhasera„ which
gave excellent sttisflictlnn, and tide will, be used on all,
this selhion. With this motion,Aud. the knife in good
order, it never chokes. WO 'own Ilurray's - patiint for
puling on the back sickle edge, by which choking is ob
viated; and to guard against contention, and Insure our
customers against molestation. we have bought the
right to use Orion and ref hush's -patents on Hie knife
tapwo build it. ''fbe change-from Reaper to
N ewer is
very simple and Made •In a few minutes; and tt.whoill
Is attached ttotho outer end of the ;lapwing bar, to reg
ulate the height of cutting, tulacllitato backLg,,and
Move from field to'tield.
Points to Consider in Buying a RoiPer.4--Every firm-.
or, by himself or with.a..nolgiihor, should have a Reap.
or- If you have nouo,.or even Hyatt have, an old•fath
toned beek-breaker, you will look for ono— •
lit—To cut well, colie and easy , and with a knife
that flees-not "choke. ", • -
2d—Strong and reliable, not getting ewe When need-
3d—Easily Managed, that you, your boys and hands
can work wlthoutdifficulty.
41h—Not hard upon ,tho Team, neither 'of heavy
draughtaatillpg their necks by heavy-weight _upon 'the
pole, nor thnotpingthelfslioalletsatiateryntistruction
'fhere shriuld be no side die ght.. ' -.). •
—:nth—Taklng _up ledgesitirolnoaltd working wen. wen le all
tkA.„llpen, 'the first five points no Reaper excels AG
klu's Self Raker, and few eival it, notwithstanding the
addition of theitaker. .
6th—Saving' one hand In Raking, the hardest work in
the harvest head... '
• 7th—Savlng at, last- anotlierihinif Irillindlug, by
having the gravels well laid. : . • •
dth—Saving In Cutting' and Raking, not shattering
by the tool, and by - the linker jerking!' off the plat
9th—saving Wastage after Binding, the grain - tieing
I laid so evenly and straight as to be bound_ securely,
preventing scattering in the after handling, , and pro.
tecting . the heads well when stacked.
ts.. Upon the , Eighth • and Ninth points,
we unhesitatingly 'claim suporlarity over all other Bea:
pers. ever iniented. , The. saving or wasting grain In
harresting-with-machines,ii a point apt properly tip._
•pnielated. Even between ,thutte considered good and
the Atkin's there is a difference, at present prices, of
ten to twenty dollars per day; and
_loth—rCony.tylible lot Mower,- with little trouble
and metre:is' t. ' •
—4.AV;Sicaufnid'fashloned back•brealcing-Reapers can be
used for mowing, but no other Self Raker; amtno con
vertible machine clalmiur to:be a good .Reaper Is impel.
riur to ours in grate. • ' '
. llth—linife never chokes. By Murray's back , sickle
tid4o, for which we own the.exclualve patent, the great
trouble in Mowing Maohines—the chokinghi effect.
„natty' obviated.. ;• - • •
20 (X 1
. • .fi Cstinsts, Per., Sept. 6;105.
S. Winans, 'Esii.Dear sivrtleflpg. Purchased in
July, - last Atkin's Self linking Reaper'and Mower from
your agent, 11, L. Iluriarider, Esq.,' take, pleasure
recommending it as the most - ocounintal Reaper teeth°
tin Her to.buy. - I am pure I mover 'hellfire -cut acid put
lip the smile amount of grate with so little expense; so,
help. nod ao:well, ,:l believe I 'have saveiltheous
third of the price of the, limper this lone. 'Not ony
that, but itrons light on. the,horees.' l'he.ltaker Styes
a 004 man. ',MO 'oven • and. regular depository of the
gravels will pave one mania four In binding:— We have
had from twenty totbirty Armors looking at it when,
goloM many Of_whornitati:othee.lieepem but not, the
Rakerand the most of them said it was the beat, add.
it Performed well. I know of no machine, equal to it.
The' Mower; after - We lied it started, cut 6M acres hunt
'CI o cloelotarld O'ClOck.,',/tWas„tinaotliy, th'eio
can be • otany,tisallto.yolitr4 mayf them as you,.
think boo. • IMO .tieSperau •
! • !
,J . TAN :13';'4111tRI`E:
Dear Bir4 -111 41 11 Y hist I kimq.,
4iliodor*our agent lir P 011 841. 1 1 0 04 iluriihorder,
oardeif 'Atkin's Selfraking liesPilig.ilachloce,, and,: eau
ikitalfideamedend'it'aa the Moat ,00midete,.eceraiudiail.
of the • kinot. ' 7o%; ArodheedAntO
01 5 .0 4 4 of th e c oo otry;°altheugh,psy,... nu ja
! *formed Its wont ; to my entire satiAction; and, to
I ,addrinitlen' of ii•gi.4t'hismber of fanxiers,who we r e . me ,.
',ant eu - theomasibry of itirtrial. - , Besides ' making Vie
eleasiest:work„.of,say.Rsimer.fir hoes over peeniivmolies
but haitthe power tomove it that Itespers'do'generallt
Two horses' r mitteivati'disiar. it With ease; though'
used tear op aorirt Otthd liOridae l l;:khortlcorith
nTo all faamerif WO a : stillto nit's" would
vine as a mann* of claitvaiiisneefod economy to prqcure
one of Atkin*Segrildneiteapips m44;1064-!... ' "
- • • • - Rantist.4oct.BthilB 66, ... • ;
-111 x. nate:v.l6 Iletticnottiin---llear take great ' '
pleasure lo beailtes testltnony to ,the invaluable char
atter. of Atkin's Melt:raking Reaper and ritower,"-I bed
bath and tiatkperibrmed -to
,fartneis who witnessed them In :Tedoup
mend this mitC-n 1110 ,.. as ana . of ,the •
.veritloui for the _ farnier,aud - it great, econernleal .labor-.
saving' ..maehino: •
; • rot!, as tho agent for, .1
fdr.„-,'S.Airriglit,_ herbb - done
lasting benefit to our farming community by the Intro:
dueticiu of the Waiter into this county.- , . -
• • • Very.iiiiieiitfUllYi -4 •
tiY. Al ` 3ll NDEII/305 1 --.
-" • .• . Oakland, Cumberland county 'Pa.
. tontc linemen gratwos, -Pa., Oct Isosll
:r. B."Viltwurr—llear Sir—The Automaton Self-ntiting
Reaper. t bought of ,yoults *ark won; cuttlng,and
raking batter them base eVerlind grain lifted from a
-handinkerand-takisig.olLthe heaviest and 'most weigh.
ty bundles. - It Is of OAV - draught iiiiirviell - Ifulltrand
think it will glin peffect satisfaction - JO :every.. failner,
'that wants one, 1 would not have any. other. , •
Ilsnnissena;.PA., Sept . . 1855.
Ji S. , Wittotrr—Dear Sip—T-TEelMverthat-I-bought,-ef
rlurgent, Albert Jaques, I tried on my farm In the
presence of somo fifty of the best Limners in Dauphin
pointy, and it gave ,perfect satisfaction to them
I cut my !gayest with the Reaper.. and If .1 could not
get another I would not take one thousand dollars for
If thls;is of any,,use to•you, you may UFO it as 'you
chOose, ' ' • 'HENRY
• TitsNTON, N. J., Opt. 17,1655.
3, • ,„
B,,,,WRionT—Dear Sir--The Reaper thot you soot
mel. %YRS titgdly '-dolighteti with; Lt. dope its WOrk to
my-eUthe'sansfectit•u-in grain Itud.gross.ood c6nsid.
or It the , bestltexper itt Use, and I recenupoott * to - thif
farmers of New Jersey. • ELLJ Ali 310UNT.
• . 31inirra, Pa., , Oct. 18, 1855.
3. S. Wardifr.—bear Slr=Lt regkrd to Atkln's Self
raking Itormag and Mower I
.Isanght of your agents. 1!.. -
Morris of Philadelphla, and I must atiy, it dono
Its work 'with main, satisfaction in' grass and antln and
would recommend it to tho farmers of Pennsylvania. .
• .• ' '
—..--TIU:NTONs.3II.- - ,VA1L:4 055: • .
J. WilialPf,-Dear•Elr•-•-;-•YoUr 'agent, IL. 0 - . - Beniiii; •
tidied on UN this stfutmet„to see if we...would accept, the
;whey' of the .Atitin's 3ulhrtkhtg Itiaper. Wu hed
made up. our minds -nut to accept the- agency_ of any
topper or Mower, until we mild get ono th at - we could
have contidence,iff.. to,recoutufenti-to -our custotners; fief
we are inanufactiirhigngrieul turd implements at Trull.
lon. Now, tilr. Vie'euld belled to accept the agency
of Atkin's: vv
Reaper here, as 'we have implicit confidence
to recommend it to - he Farmers of New Jersey Of d
Pennsylvania. - SI.ULIULC &
. Carlisle; April la, 11450.
PLO W S—J us t . received.
. . & 3w a r s Izor.
slutrpeuin g Conttsr Mows, and for
solo ail I VAI 41, ~ .`tA WeB 6T Alxl 4N SONli
13LO WS ! PLOWS 1 ..- , 1:11 - e subscriber
wig and 'ls constantly. - beephig au assortment of
tun celebrated EAU IX • PLOW'S. Also, constantly ou
Laud Zii,glues, Plank's; and 'lleinfood's Plows..,We
have also, a vv.) . hirmi lot of-the famous York News on
hand, and a hue assortment of Cultivators. homeniber
the old stand, East Main street, Cais's, •
rI I O FAII.J)IEItS.—The subspfjbor hasl
just rilitiirtind from the City withono of the largest
asaortanents of klardware ever broiWit to thla place. 11e.
has just received sal doz. !lames with and without pat.
fastenings, .iron nutfuteol hooks rauging lifAmirxtuarn .
. 41 to $1 :in. Also-dOd•pr - stiaight.and iwint;link trims
chains from 50 to $l . 1. ileum tundo•trauds of all kinds,
sleu /1 lilt of sprleid; fifth, -- betel;bUtt, -- airrylug - hsttur
and log rhalns—nlso.a very largo lot, of - shovols, forks,
spades, hoes, rakos.'ond in short, ovei‘ything dud any
thing svaintcd by the 'Farmers— .
. Remember the old stand Eait 31ein St.
)LOWS, - PLOWS-,. • PLOWS:L- 7 'l'lle
largest Anil best assortment of Mows, , ever.' offered
u the Philadelphia Market, 'natty ofthein new and lin..
pro Tied patients, also field Harrows, Cultivators. Oanlen
attrktield Rollers, Corn Planters, Dairy. Implitnents,.ox
Yokes'and Bows, Spades. Shovels. Hoes, improved Spa:
ding, forke,Oarden Reels and Lines. 'Prunlugaint Tiedg-•
Ing Shears, with every other dgseriptlon of Agricultural.
and 'Horticultural Implitnentir, in the greatest variety
and of the most,apprtered patterns.
' PASCHALL, MORRIS S CO.
Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store cot. 7th and
Market st. Philadelphia. Mar. .
13 .P.LIOSPHATE OF
and 1000 Toils of Mapes' batm
',•l"..:',o:pulpit Super Phosphate of Lime, an mil.
„ , cto which has boeu fully testtarby fanners.
. _ and Is believed to be the cheapest and
strongest fertilizer in the - market. Alan..
• 1000 .11111,S. SUPEltlint--P6TARETTE.
ospechdly adapted for tho Coen Crop. TA YEN. a now
and poWurtul forOlizar: All of (40 above for italn by
• ' ' 310110tIS & '
,Agrleultural Warehonoo and Sod Store,
A. large and select asiortminit of the a war
qd — konuine, aud, etubracing , many hundred 'choice
varieties, for sale wholesale and retail.- Country dealunk
suppled at a liberal discount.' . , ~:. .•., - , . ,
• PASCIIALL, MORRIS . & ,C 0.,,. ~,
Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store;
Mar ;0, 'SG] . . Cor.7thand Market eta., Phila.
-I)rt) , -600b$
IE 310 AT A s --.-DAY (.1 opB ;
v - rbt, - ,,iumbo - r:hae , rehiered hts - storeto theibease
re.mutly,tveupled byDr. Caatfinan, next `door to
Charles Maglikughlla , a where 4e has,guµaFal .
assortment of • • • •
pox (100Di3, OBOCEItIEP, ppors and
Alia irll4 Nl...happy to have "his friondi and customers
own* and imp hlui.• Thankful for past tivori,:he hopes:
by_strlct attention to • his business' I t,d'inoilt a sluiro.of
publio•patronage, ' • •
April 9, 18464 • . .
NEW - GO,ODS.a---The , sub'soliber' big;
Just •retttrned froth the ;City and is opening a.
general aiisortment. of Fancy and titaploMoOdsr consist
ing or ;French ',Alerinoesi Coburgs; 'Alpaca*, Printed
Cashmeres and Monad° Leinra • prase killks.,tw
variety, ring BrOclut . Shawls Rom' sl6' to $2O: French.'
Nbagalf t3itathrie •and thrhie Xdgings and la
sertinge and emulate arid . S whip Collars. Morino ' and;
"Silk Shirt*. and.: Draws.% Drees( ; Trimmings in greet;
littrietY with other Fancy and Staple (100d5t......
no!. 21. ' 65. - • • OM W.TuiTzezn."
k f lAr
Na 2 GooDS't 'NEW: GOODS
inetillutis , BAIKIAOhn'.! rz"",
e utealber • boa jtutt ,retnrupd,fkomiNeirior l 4l l 4.
Philadelphia; Anil is 'tiow)openittean triuninute'stoez
the niost AND AN D
SPRING SUMMER GOOPS - .• -
, ever. Irronght I i p,
MOW GOODS,—The ladlq wIJL
find haw ; Ossim4Y
:rnentkOt beautiful draignods, - of tb#*eat'st.flossAkid
patterns,, - • ,
1151111101G/111111Ii1J-4ver 106, -- Needlivirerikeit
allot FlOnnetngs, aad,lneatings; grad MinietP, rt; .t
OAN.PETINGEP—An entire nsicAtosorDP, . 6 0,61f'WD.404.
- Initial% Vanilla* and Stiff **b.' • '
J P?" AND NIDONe-A pal suypt,leellee,
Boys: 'Miele; and 'Children'slabotiss .„ ;111 kind* anti :
Ales- :WWI' Sint Shoes Arill4lSe and' la the
-DORESTICS•'--Alarge , sto ck of. Mullin&
pitb., •t the tbalieryloweitt , totebi; '
-.•P•t• eyarry 441010 ifkel:DryPOOdi tinvartiE be
four - -ititetitt , best quality; newest 'stile, -
, ' lia,vrent or, hand.
as db well to cell st . the old
, CIiaLES if.411•8Y..
, y, &uphill and Pine (Imo
.- • ~ Nut or Lime
Lykens:Valley;flttaton and Shiunoldu Btosi Coal;
Also, all , kinds anTbdat Cypress Shingleit,
fat of-.lthich LbeAuld_ unuattulty:_lotr. Friends call
Mut judge for yo!ursekviiii—
AMILY-COAL.--.500-:ST ONS.__LY-; • •
IikINgirAIXY COAL, Driken *ld •re-semened,
prepared expressly, for family 1280 and kept UNDER ,COVEIt,
so that leon furrdeb oar' - and , CLEATC during thy
winter 4;eascal. 1 hails, also ou 'hood and for solo the
Li Kt' Nl b hElt - COAL front the wines of -Boyd, Ammer •
Co, auu le;tlA,lfOkillg COAli from tlux,tuloes of Cosh. •
of-U , lktch
for cash, and ilellfr_er;-to &toy part• or the rough. . ,;•„.
zldri4 r bb,' 1V..11.111 !MAY,
r 1 11EVOIVION'• COAL •
i to'frsvorton Coal Company ., are npw , prepared to fur
nish tlis citizens of Carlisle and vicinity Witlr en tihnn;
dent supply or timilenulueTreVorton
deitiars W. 51. it. diU BRAT and 'JACOB Blllto.ll, where
commuters can prbvure the various sixes , LUMP;
-steam Boat, Broken, Egg, - Stove and Lime Burpers. Ile
can recortiend it to all, suPerior, to - any-abet , coal ler
st,eatn, domestic "purposes, end lime:burning. , Vor the
luferniation of the ettlzehe 01 Carlisle we woold.
tbrm them, .this that superior . , coal, a , sample of
which was sent by.'N. ileifenstine, Esq'r, of Trevortonp
about' the 'Whiter of 1862 and gave so ranch satlsrac-
TrOYOrtAncoaL l're,AttCll3ol.llloll . .COUtk,
ty, Aug. 42, ItiLa •
BlisT .1? IVILY . CO.A L SI, •
. .- AT THE NEW MAL YARD:
• *Cue suf!scrlher would respectfully inform ihoclttaont' *
of Carlisle and olcluity that-he IS nowprepared .tolur
ntalt.,tlie.4.lEN.lllfilsl yier.vorroN ,COAL, of .various
a sample of which was. furnished to a niunber of
piLiveue , „tiarvo yearit since •tiy • hir....-Llolfeustein, and•
whieh-gavo.such.perfeet satlsfsmt • .
• Also 'bait qualitlesbf Lylitius Valley and Ebamokl
• 'Also - BLACIISSITTLI''A and LI3fEBUItNFIt'S COAL
of the different kinds, ionatantly .00 hand, at the new -
Coal Yard near the gas works.. , •
• . J - AC011.5.111t031. - .. _
'ae' subscrlher would 'respectfully ijairrin hls friends. ,
and - the ;public, that - he is now receiving' 1000 tons of
that, .very,stiporlor RED- Atilt .COALi from the 'Luke „
Fidler, mines of lloYd ) Ron* 8: Co., the oily lied Asti-
Coal' brought - from' the liliamoitle liasln, introducedand --
known in Carlisle as the IlolfnnstiueUad. lt Is entirely
free from slatunnd all other impurities, and Is perfectly ..
adopted to all meclumical -and dementia- purposes,- -1.1.
.readiness to, ignite, renders it, .particulatly desirable for
small stoves; while its intensity of lout and great - dine;
bilityq lu burning Makes It, equally au for large ones. .lla
Ifotilti also call the attention of farmers and others to a
superior article of t.ILLESNU'e 'COAL, from the same
aines,..for sterurrand line purvises.
For sale only in Carlisle -by
ARCOAL;-- - Charecel botistantlj , on
N..) hand and for oda b _ `q , • •• • •••
:31EBU.IINER . S' - 2;000
•, onitykedes Xaltuy Nut isiiileticiTsultelts
moult g and for sato ky • •
So* Salle not 31ent;'
LisOscrther offers for sale a now kteant AloNer, eigh
teen feet long and thirty inches.. liidLamoter, with one
fourteen Inch hue, supply at Abe l'apenliN t lynt
Feb 1:066.—tf. " • W.W..11. MVLLEN.
pwiUl3Llt --In •
tr. pursuince of an order of . the - ir"'"J' .
• tof COMM •II -Pleas of Outnber ;+' -
land county .the undersigned will
offer at public sale on the premises,
••' ON SATURDAY, APRIL 19, VW, • '•
at 2 o'cloelc to the afternoon, the ;
ro Lot of tiundirith
the buildings 'slid . ' improvements theieon; containing
One Acre and Sixteen perches, situatedim lillterSprlng
Tap. said county, bounded by the Turnpike road,
Manus Parker, , Esheluian, and others, about a 'tulle'
and a half from Xingstownl• it being the same property.,
on which Nancy Thompson, deceased, resided. 'there
is a two-Story Plastered.llinase and Stable on said let of
;round. The conditions of sale will be made, known en,
of sale. • ' .31(ILL1 A.ll It. 00110 AS,' -
-- AT PRIVATE SALE. - ---
— That - wory - valuable -and --well Arnow n-431.ISINESE.
STA:NH situate on the corner of North Hanoter and
and occupied by-Jacob Fetter, containing 30 feet Mint
on Hannover street and 240 feet on' Loather - street.—
The .luapn;iveruents on Ilenue?ver. stee.et• sin...ii - large
TllltEli nTORY HOUSE, with a large,brick burl build
ing flubbed la the most tie ant numnarliontabling'll ',
rooms including the rerun, besides - 31=14rd -
l i t
andeonverilent clolet • ngernente. 'lliii3TOßll'
, 410011 Is, li;) &akin depth, fitted' up id the 'best •
orissible manner hisd one of the Most desirable and long '
• stet:dished business locations in our town. - • •
; Therels a large two story brick building -fronting on'
•Louther street, with a shop attached, now occupied as
a cabinet maker shop....Alse a stable.= the fad of the
lot, aud•other necessary ant buildings: The property
Is in excellent order having twen recently .iitted up •by .
the present occupant- b'or terms Am enauire of
ical *state Agent And &Ovum..
101%Alt LOT - PROPERTY ; AT
SALE: That t : Oust4o Oro tif,gruuu4,
Watt) in 'South ihulov'er , .struet,)u itit! btoMmigh of
yoru •r , • • !: • ; • •;.• •
.- .• • Heo PL A R
Int contains about 'one' acre and a quarter of
grinned and &ignite desirable, and advantageonit lot* ,
Otte la adnittably adapted for,buildlos puronee. ,
The lat. - wilt • bo sold of in- late 'to atilt 'puto.y.
thasent:i, For tertni,andttitthiF,piulitehtnt i.
' • " • BPONgUtIIi ' •
tteCali 1 5 . - Real Estate Agent and ficrivenerV
. _ •
D. , . DOOR, .ROIIiEBS.. 7 --A tit*
and superior article yar lainiOnt ilarnDoCirs , 41 4 11
Ivedrand foettalea "' SWON'S;
-just received. And is uOwsopening is tette akeott..i
Mont of FREBIt 009.D3 suttod
call andget bargains.:.
CarilidosS9Y.6-1 . 4 . ,' Jo( • BNODOB4S,'
- ABLE CORNER ; 1110P7)C.