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In Carlisle, on the 26th ult., ti 3 the Rev. C. Fl Whig,
Mr. JAMES WILSON HENDERSON to :JANE. BY
ERS, daughter of .t 1 late Samuel Alexander, kEsq. of
'Oar/isle. - .• • • • • i.
On_tbe Ist inst., 'by 'the 'Rev. A. G. Marlatt,, Prof. D.
R. COOVER, .of 'Baltimore Female 'College, to Allss
GALLIE J., eldest daughter of Wm, N, Porter, Esq., of
Carlisle. ~ ' "
The : Seventieth AsinivoiSnry.of the Belies Lettres
,343ciej.y of Dickinson College, will take place ti.t.B o'clock
et MONDAY EVENING, July 7th, in the 11. E.Churelt.
l'he friends of •the Society and the public in general,
tie rip69l,fully invited to attend. ,
D. M. CLOUD,
R. M. EARIIART,• •
o • • - .J. M. - C. HULSEY,. •
• . B. C. LIPPINCQTT,
• . .IL.SLAPE, -
J. J. MUTE, • • -
Arne 25M5G---2w. '
lawn ViiilosopithYal Society. , tvill Le celtibreted at the
1..8. Church, on the 'iv - ening of the BM lITII OF JULY.
lie friends of the Society, and- the public, are respect-,
ully invited to attend,
.f :R. CARSON, •
11. C. KING,
SAMU BFqic, •
• - RKYNoLos.
• • • Cum 111 Mee.
' • BAWL J. JON,ES, Chairman
:Tune 25,1852 w. , • .
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4 - 4 10 R".A.- SS 0 CITA T
FELLOW-CITIZENS:- , :-Througli the . Urgent san
itation of friends, have been induced .00ffur iuyecif
a candidate forthe:office of an ASSOCIATE JUDIIE,
Cuinbcriend cOunty,At the ensuing general election.
'lid very reispectfully solicit your sulTrag,es 'said of
ice, pledging.myself, if elected, to, discharge the_didies
I the same - with impartiality ; and with a strict regard
'6 the demands of the law and public justice.
CLEM-ENS 31'F:0i LANE.
Newton. Township, July 2, ISM.
FOURTH. OF JULY!' Fireworks !-
Patriots - dull - pat - Wm aro -roqu,eSted to -call'- and
Inply theniaolves vith (ivory, variety of FIREWORKS,
v hurotrith • to coinbrato the " glorious Fourth," freihi
he large and'elogaut asSortutuu,t-just rerelvNEit ,
.luly, 2 ' WELLIAMW, 1 0 /011Y GROCERY.
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iFARM EitS • PRIIP - A ltE IN • TIME
--41QRSE POWERS .3; TII . RESIIING - 51A0j1 rN ES,
- 7 -ho-14A in 'tile countiy;.inanitriKifict arni consta n
• n hand at the " Chrtiian Foundry and Machine Shop."
...July 2, 1856: : • V. GARDNER.'
FRE _TIELII,I) . .: ANNUAL
trntzsicr LITER. AY'
he held hi LlTEntax lI.wL, Newvilfe: Pa. on the
his exhibillin firiners; and unichaniefi, artiste nitil the f
tdies cordially.ln v ited to tentribute the pradricte
t their industry' and skill. .
It bas'been objected by some;-that In the published
st opt centimes, too - high a reward; has bee:tottered fir
ImbeSt nothtiig YtieliVen otiored for
, tie second best. In order to obviate this objection; the
' ti :ers have agreed to the following change, viz: For
he best Phiiiing, a twtrhorso Plow,. worth ftlff ; for the'
and best, $5 to be paid by -the•person to When' the
.rot, premium shall have been awarded; for the best
lowing (by boy-tinder 11.1) " Scientific Arnerkan."
For the.purposeof incitiintllANDS4u.-therfeighboring
)unties to bbnorable competition, a SILVKa -A: FLAT SD.
RANO S XI: 11JUN will be awarded to, the band which
reduces the best music during the Fair,
The ltig Spring' Saxe Horn Band, having. procured-a
.ft, of new instrumente. - will be In attendance during,
bo Ehlr to efillvtifijird — tretasion with spirit-stirring
Josh-- • '
As quite a number of app . neatens have boon
u. - space in witicivt&exhibitot is desired , that those
•ho wish .to exhibit many articles. should apply, Pm
otarcat as early a date as possihie. - •
For full particulars send for a copy Of.the- Rules anti
.lSt of Premiums, which we :have published in pain
JAB. M'KEERANi , gorretary
• • [Juno 2, 1856
L 7 ETOHUM'S MOWER AND THE
I . IL. KEW-YORK. SELF-RAKING REAPER.
• hesegent for theso. Mohr:abed machines ban be found
t Carlisle, at Hunan's Hotel; for a short, time, when ho
fill roceivo' orders for either of the Machines. The
teener will recommend Itself as highly upon trial as
ors the Ketchum's Mower. AU purchasers of these
--eachines-will.havathem_properiv put tap by the-agent
uno 17, 66-2w.], J. 0. Me.BRIDE.
- - ,
... ii 'IOHOLA.RSIIIP for Sale.—A scholar
j4ip in Tileklasori College, - of which has
epu used, IS - Offered for sale on .lo terms. En
_June 21,1856. . -
TONICS WON'T .DO!
•••••-•Thoy never did do more than give temporary
" •elfef. and they never will It is because they don't •
,ouch the CAVEI4 ofthe disease. The cause of ell ague
Ind billions diseases is tho atmospheric poison called
,linenta or Malaria. Neutralise this poison by Sts NA
rust axmloors. and all disown) mused by it disappears
,t eneb. Rhodes' Ferer and Ague Cure Is this antidote
Nalarin, and moreover it Is a perfectly harmless
,The certificate of the celebrated chemist, J. It. .
Itiltme. of New• York, to this effect, is attached to eve
, y bottle; therefore, if it does nmsgood, it can do no
This is mo, e - than can be said of Quinine, .Arsonic, or
ny other tonic In existence, as their use Is ruinous to
he constitution and brings on DUMB AGUE, which
lover allows a person to feel perfectly well for a single
effluent. In Illustration of these truths I annex some
extracts front aJotter just received, from a Physician:
• tisositrroww, Onto, March 170855.
• JAS. A. RHOADS, Dia—Dear Sir: Yoursof 2d Inst.,
o at - hand. The Cure -arriVed late last_ year, ana the
itificulty In gutting any ono to purchase it was greatly
ncreased from the fact that a remedrhad been, intro
!wed which was growing in favor with the, public as.
' ming better then using'Quinine—not knowing, I pro.
~nme, that the retnedv they used to escape taking QUI.
*tine contained the DRUG. ITSELF!
--- ylils - romednown - aa
• ',notabl BREAK an Ague, hut it h did T not Cure it, tni if
could often return with renewed vigor. This one dr..
' liamstancej deemed-in your favor; If I couldinstitute
aesilmoinparlsort between it and your CURIO. The fob'
owitii is the result;
Throe persons took your "Cure," all'of which were
ages of "Quotidian Intermittent Fever," of many
Reeks: standing. They had tried Quinine and other
-medics, occasionally missing a chill, but it was (as In'
Ili stich cases.) slowly wearing them out, and laying
-tho finindatPn of other and severer maladies," '_l did
succeed In offectieg a radical cure of all ',three or these
• -ages with your remedy, and they have not had a chill
since. • In all three of these cases tho" Smith's Tonic"
had been used, and would, as before statrd, break the
but after a period or two had...eliipsed it Would
return. • •
I thin,k‘ therewill be no difficulty now in giving to
your , A tf rp'n the vantage ground of any other remedy
now i use hare. &a.,NVM.IMUKNER, M. D.
RIIODES' FEVER and AGUE, CURE, or ANTIDOTE
' TO lAIJA.RIA.. the only gumless remedy in existence
is s qual l y m ufti as a PRILVENTIVR, It "CONE." Take'
-.it-siheit-yini-feel-the aliills coming nu, aad - ,. you:wUL
' , never have, litnee °no; • --
• . JAMES 'A. RUODT.S, Proprietor,
_ • , , , • • Providence, It; T.
~,** * For vale by.IV . A. Knee, and ; Drugglets generally.
July, 2. 1856. •,.' , •
NAILS. NAILS I.—l- auv..now, pre
p:rrod to aupply country Mochas with hails at
B.TELLING • FOR •• .BENT.,4-04he
welling attaehecl di - RitWline' Sl4 Store;--torth
eVee er - Main and Pitt streets.-...Pe§session given
',l-wneilißtely Apply to ~,. t..4...7.1.;11. JAMISON, -
Blay 21, ISSO--11w.),, ,, " .At the Shoe Store.
'llO, USICIANS.—For ,salQ, a first,-
rate VIOLIN, with box. • Haquiro, at this. office
tomodiatoly. • . • .
ritIEA,P TARLETANS.—.A.- lot of
lIJJ Whifo Tarlekans i ' for coiroring 'Chandeliers and
Pirturo Fralnaa, sato ch9ap . :ny,
• I l k •
it I Just fi
° r lr- c .
V ers. l e N d
. G ,
mi 9. o ll l A ut lpT o; 'EAK,
Revolving fir. ht .
Bakes, Square' and Round Teeth, 15r sale -very chea
'Also, a good. assortment of Grain CJadles, of different,
makes,- at-11.- SAXTON'S Hardware 'Btore, * East Mnlp
Street, Curllslti.' • - • . Juno 11.
NTEW • LUM13 . 1113, YARD !--4ILT
1,1 MEL A: Co. ham; opened a large Lumber. Yard
at. Mechanicsburg; would &Melte Carpenterit, Builders
-and' others;wanting . Lumber to call and see, as they
have all kinds of Lumber on hand. All orders 'sent to
M.aclanicsburg ,ivill tie punctually attended to.
Jtine 11, 1850.-3 -
FI:A - k . N ETS I FLY NET - s - L7 k ,, --
. pst,,,,ceivm, one of this largost assort- •t••• .
limits of ' FIX NETS over brought to .- .!°.
c f..... 1 / 4 >,
•this'placo: - eouslsting of Cotton; Linen • • .
Oiled Twine Not of all colors. Tho -
prices. are so low 11fo people latn't - liolp.vritk••
ibuyingiat - 1 L - S - A - NAIX)NIS -- Chohp -- Ilardwaro—Store, -East
— Street. earliiile. • d . .. . - • June- 11, llifik
QCYTIIEB V. SCYTHI4.I SNATILS.-
GO dozezi Gym: and (;rain Scythed, of all. makes.
Aly) a large asserttneut of Snaths of all kith's, Urass
and (Train lialten. hay, Manure And Shaking Verks, by
the gitp . sttity,just received at the Cheap 'Hardware
Stott' of II: tiAX'kOf t l:it.St . ftlaitiStruut, .
I_CHEAPEST MAGAZINE TN TIIE WORLD.
BALLOUS DOLLAR MONTHLY- .
DESIGNED Foli 'EVERY AMERICAN,D(*.E.
Ellerin raged by, the uitpr6codentett stteceSs which this
popular monthly has met : with, and the rapidity ri•ith
o Lich It his iticraitsettlts tirculation,-the pfepriotor has
reso.ve4 to nnittelt stililnore - worthy of the patronage
of the public. That this ailutirablo work is
• A_3llltACLlii OF. CHFAPNESS
is admitted by ovary one,"contairiing, as It does, One
I Itinitred Pages t,f reading matter in each number, being
more than any of the $3 ,MagaztirEi.4, and forming tWO
rOlnines a year of six ulred pages 'each, or ,'lvretve
undred page's of Readtug , Matter per 'antrum for • -
nation's Dollar:Monthly is. printed li7ith .new typo,
Mom tine white paper, and Its matter is eapertilly coin
piled zuht priltitgoJ iIP the hetids of the editor and pro
prietor, whit has been known to-the public its connected
with the I.lreton press for sixteen years. Its .p:mes con
NEWS. , • • - --M E LTA N -
TA ES, , . • AbvE:sullltES;., •
1...D0N,' • BIDD EA l'illkS, -
STORIES o 0 THE•SEA, SE ETCIIES,
WIT AND II ()MOH. • &v... .h , - • 7 .
from the ~best and amst popular writers of this country..
II is athki.sphied With a ..record of the notable .eve is of
'the times, of pftnee anti war, of discoveries Mal
meats ciemiring — iti••either lietoisplieri , , fortaim , •: if
nrecable - emnpailiciti for a leiSfire inenien-frol• hour, any . -
.. where, at home or ItMpad, each number beingeomplete
• . • .
. . -
• No sectarian - siildectg are adadltial
'there- are - enough. eon Iroversai, putaratioas each de
voted to meet or clighe. This .work is 4n
tended for . • .- '
north or •rlontlf, east or west, and is hued to Oil brim.
each month )vith ,chaste, pepular—autLkreplaiu_plisele.,
lany, Just - such as any father, brother "or friend would
place in U hands of a' tinnily circle:a:lt isjii all Hada
'stamen ts, fresh l aud orleinai, and, what. it purports to
be, the cheapest magazine id the-world.
Any pertain enclosing est: DOLL - .4a to. the, proprietor; as
below; shall receive the Magazine — for one year, or any
person sending UFFEIGHT subscribers and 014.111 T. DOLLAIiS,
at onetime shell receive a copy gratis. • ..
M,-M. lIALLOU, Publisher and-Proprietor.
Corner of Torniolit and Brom(told Stmts, Boston
tUST It E.CEI 'ED !—A fresh . invoice
. f the fi nest ' - • -
teltENCIr - ENCILISI ; OERMAN, •AND- AMEItICAN
. • • 11.0T118,
SuPei Black F one Doeskin Cassimeres. . .
English. Plain ck and Figured do e ,.
French Fancy Cassluterelqf all descriptions.
Extra American Plain and Fancy do.
Whiteand Fancy. Linen - Drills. '
White and Brown.Butik Drills. • 1 : •
Mottled and Figured Linen Drills. •
Super Black Satin, Barathea and.Orenadine Silks.
rilulf, Drab, and Check Chssimores.
Figured and Fancy Sillis of all descriptions:
White and Fancy Marseilles of every variety. .
French, White KidOlovra. r ' '
New Style Colored K4d Moves; extra fine, mechanic's
French Colored Silk Gloves, Kid make. •• • rrr- •-•
Fine Lialaatiidßerliti - Srmitnor Gloves. -
Super Black Silk Cravats
Black Satin and Silk, Stocks. • . •
Neck Ties, White and Fancy Lawn Cravats,. Suspenders,
Hosiery, Sic.' • - ' •
TIIOS. H. SIIIL - ES.
June 4, 1850.
• • M 0 U ITO Y
SPN G S
Ao-r will be °limier the reception of viel-.
tore on the let day_ of lfily next. Sit
uated six Mites 'eolith of Carlisle,' Poniisyl V I
g o rge in the South Mountain (Blue Ridge), through
which flows the beautiful Afountain Creek; the locatimi
is equal, if not sulierior, to any in the country for good .
water, pure air, and mountain . scenery. Those who are
fond of bunting and fishing can find amusement, ',A
daily mail and daily communication with Carlisle
enables visitors to receive their letters and papers in
few hours. Visitors leaving Philadelphiaer Baltithore
In :the morning will arrive at 4 o'clock; P. M. • The
buildings and furniture are now, and every exertion
will lie made to make visitors comfortable.
SEWER PODLARS PER WEEK
under twelve years of ago, at secondtable, and servants,
JOS. W. PATTON, '
Papertown, Cumberland Co., Pa.
O'Brien, Grant' tr. Co.;ll.l.ltlmoiti: -.- ' ---
Robert tiarrott,Esq i • - .. '7
Dr: Thomas Buckler - . " " ' --
lion. Henry May,'
Beldleman & llayward“Pidladelphigt.'
W. S: Campbell. St. Lawrinthe dotal, Phila.
lion. Frain - Watts,. Carlisle. ' ..• -
Rev. J.-D. Mbrss, .., — " • ,
- Col. Chas. A. May, U. S. A. 4 ‘, • - - - •
Juno 4;1866. 4;1850. .
.-- , e., KETCHUM'S MOIV I N
DIAOHINES. . -
The complete successor Ketchum's Mowing
and Reaping Machines for the, last. live
. _ - • years has caused a demand for , nearly
10,000. They are warranted to cut from 10 tals'acres
of grass or grain in a day, as well as it can be with a
scythe or cradle. Price of. Mower, $115; combined
' • • PASCHALL" MORRIS & CO.,
Ith and Market Streets, Phil..
Solo Agent for Pennsylvania, ' Delaware, Mar •• unh
and NoW Jersey.
A(IRICULTURAL . 1111. e 4
Ridging and Stitvel Plowe, fbr Corn and
' potatoes, Expanding 'Cultivaters, with
'Steel.Teetil of various patterns.- Fipld• and
o ar de ir it - arTowa,.lkoed plows,: Revohling llorse•ltakes,
patent Scythe' Snathi •RiidTßeyttne, ---- Engllsh-=Lawn
Ekythes with rividted backs, soperior Unloading nay
Forks, with ropo and tacit)? complete,, and, other
articles for tkrzn and gardhn, • • ••• • . •
• I • PA - SCR:ATI MORRIS & CO., •
, , 7th find Market Streets, Phila.'
ONI LOLL A IC!
DAI R Y IMPLEME_
Spaln's Pittent Atmospheric Premium
Chuvos of various sizes.. also HLorse•power
Churns and 'Fixtures; Butter Worked _(3
varieties) Butter Prints, &e. •
PASCHALL MORRIS CO.,
' 1 7th and Market Streets,-Phila.
aletp Abner tsements:
--- --- - . •
TARTIGS, - bleiliciOes,- Chemicals, Per
1.1 fufrporios, Nancy thiods, Conftietiptiarhis,, Sic., nul
ling rapidly for small advanims at ' . .
13: J. KIEFFEIVS, :
South ittiVoiet Streht.
8 P 141 N GT AN - D. 8' U I\l .51...e11t
• The undersigned invitee the att7ntion of . his old eus
toottirs and the public to la. new 'and seasonable as
sortitiodtbf-.511.K,. FUR . and STRAW. HATS, CLOTII
CAP,S,*&c. fur gentlenum a id *Boys, weir, of the latest
styleg and bust quiality. The assortment will be found
to ernbrafe,,every sort and size of fiats bud . . Caps for:
1116,i Boys 'Children, from' the- cetnin'ollest- and
eheatiest to the most .stylish and, flishlotittble, - such- as
0 - akford's spring styleof gentleinen's lints . ; White; Black,
and Driven. Slouch lints, with Fur 'hits tints own man
ufacture, Boys. cloth caps of 'various colors iind;prices,'
with a forgo assortment of Men's and Boy's straw, hats
of different' qualitleS and prices; to stilt the packets, of
both rich and poor: Feeling con dent that every pur
chaser can be accommodated_ from . his *extensive and
varied assortment he cordially invites his friendssto
call and examine et blit old, establishment : on Main
Street- - „.-
SPRING & SUMMER 'CLOT lIING . I
-HY:MO-VAL. , , •
STEINER. k. -11110.• have temporaratlly moved their
Sthro to the corner room..of -Burkholder's net el, whole
they will be pleased to see their old customers.
- - - Film - end Commoh Clothing,
=" Plain and Figui•ed - 01 - thing, .; . - ~
• . : Light and sembi.o Clothing •' - •
• - Night and morning Clothi . '•
Npon and evening e
• • , Dress and business fiothldg, Clothing
.• . _ W: , ,liik'and Sunday Clothing, • • • .
'Home and traveling Clothing, •
. ' Wight anditeft hued Clothing, , ..:
-• ' " Big anti little" Clothing., • • ,
• Boys' end-yours;; men's Clothing, •
~ • Grave and Stylish Clothing, . • .
Cheap.and cheapei•ClOthing, .
' .• • - 04. an - y.lam' of Clothing.- --- - ____;__
May ho had at STUIN;EIt & MO'S. ChertP 'Clothing
'Among their extensive assortment may be found Fine
Black and time New 'Style Dress anti Frock Coatmade
'in the Ittesefashions of-Frenchiind Unglich Chtlis- t _
Now style Business. Mats, of Bleck, lirowri, BrUil and
Gre • en Clohli, and Plain and Fancy Cesslmeres. .
. LinenblinghaM. and . Cotton Coats, of every kind. •
Double and Single-breasted .Vests, an endless variety
of Plain. and Faney : Silks, SatiW.Cacchwes, firma
dines, and 518 i-seines. &c..
Fine. Mack Trench, Doeskin • and Nancy; CBSSIMCM
ilanta ; Plait Light-Colored Fancy Cassimere Tants •-•'
Spridg Styles. .
Also a full assortment of Shirts. Collars. Bosoms, Cra 7
vats, l'Ocket 1 landherchteni, Suspenthws Stocks, (iliv - v4s
lioser:,. and Umbrellas. .-
Carlisle, April Mile:el.. .r' • . 5..2 - --.• -' -
(I 000...-2945,tr;?i'T5i11,,,'9,}ipK,,,.-,l,Y:' -
"... SPRING LITERARY INSTITUTE,"
of :110641f0, Cunilmrlontl. Co.,' PA - ; -- " - . - •
. Grand and extensive Sait! t.f ' I. .
80. 1 lizi. .itEA L ESTATE, Sc.
The procCeds °film sale tube-devoted to liquidating the.
.Debt of the institute.
Unparalled Opportunity to buy a. valuable Roth, and
become a Silareiliiillill' n oiinch valuable property. - -
LIRE i'; - tIfINNIS../N'S GREAT .AVOltic- WI TUE
51olt311.1„ , ;$. - af. only' - 4.100 Dollar per eopy—Ehivert-ileeks
for Tefi - Dollar,;. Gunnison's I iktbry of the liornibto is
-by-tie' thunnost acturitte Jind reifible work we have of
',hat deluded people.. , in order that every mesa!' may
bccenlo a Sharehelder, the. price of a nowt and Cortitb
cute of Alemberhilip of tile. Association w ill be, only' - $l:
The Ce. titivate c, ill entitle the holder to ail - interest In
the folloeing •" 7 '.:'" ..-
,--------- I,ALL'AIthE - REM. ,-- ES:TATE, &c.-• . ".
1 VALUABLE IMPROVED FARM, - • . ' $4,100
- With all itecehsary.Out-litfilviings, situated in -
Cumberland Valley-, near Nu wville,containing
190 acres. • ' ' .
1 VALUABLE FARM; .-. • • .
Adjoining the above, containing 123 acres.
VA LUAIthE TIMBER LI ITS,- . .
Of fiU acres eat:110:i tUa tea in Mifflin township,
.2 VA LUAltliii - '4'l3lll4ft LOTS, 3,000
Of 25 acres e h ch. • •-
1 SPLENDID NEW BRICK lIMISE, - '2,000
2 Story and Brick Building, adjoining the Hall -
. on the UW.44
3 11111111,Y IMPROVED 0UT4.013, 1,500
, Of.over 3 acres each, within half a mile of New
. - - ville, at $3OO each. - , ...
100 Orders Sir II EltßoN'S CELEBRATED WRIT.
INU INR, ht $3 per order._. - '
1 MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANO, '
• Front the celebrated Factory of Wm. Kual) &
'Co., Baltimore. ' , • . . .
1 Superior Melodeon.
2 Splendid Hunting CASE) Gold Lover Watches, at
$lOO each, -
2 Splendid Hunting:Case Ottld•Luver Watches, - .
SplendidsBl-50, . 17
5 tOold Watches, at $5O each, . ' . 250
15 splendid Ladies' Gold lVatches, at. 's,so.each, RIO
10 tine Silver Lever Watches, at $9O each, - . 250
12 " • " Watches, at $.90 each, . • • 240'
11 superior Parlor Clucks; at $5 each, • - . 1 ; 1 0'
60_ " Gothic •• .3. , • 150
50 . •'. Cottage " II — 150•
1 excellent Family Carriage (latost•style); • - 200
1 " Rockaway '•• 175
1 ". 2114_114044fY, - -' ' - - . . , 175
1 excellent Spring Wagon,. 100
1 superior Two-horse Road Wagon. . . 100
2 sets Splendid Harness (sllvermounting), ' . aa
2 extra - S:panbth Saddles, , 75
-2 superior Walnut Sofas, .• . •• - . ; -110
1 magnificent Sofa Table, '' - • ' . ' 45
! 2 ' " • I Dressing Bureaus; ." 150
1 splendid Secretary, ' . 50
4 Dining Tables (extra Cherry),• • • 50
4 itedsteads, 5O
2 sets Chairs, at $l5 per set, • • 30
3 Imported Carpets, 20 yards each, $2O per. piece, . tki
2 lionte-mada Carpets, extra, each at $2O per •
carpet, . .
._. . 40
8 furter Stoves; at $l5 each, - 120
2 Orders'for Suits Black Clothes, at $3O-each, 60
2--- ~" - Silk Drosses, $3O each, , - 7-
8 II Clothing, 15 ' ' . 120
10 " Hats, 50
12 " Boots,, -- 0 - --- ',. 72
12 ". Gentlemen's `Shoes,43 50 each, , 49
12 " a thdtere, 4_oo . .to
12 " - Ladles' Shoes, - 200 24
100. Gold Pencils, at $2 each,' • - - . 200
200 Gold Pens, at $1 00 Osrlr, ' NO
100 Boxes Assorted Perfuniory,at $1 00 each.. --- 100
40 copies well-hound Miscellaneous Wake, at $1 50 , .t.,..
15 Ladies' Albums, ilt 12 each,.-_.- '•
• . ... 8U
500 pieces Popular Music, • x/52!
.This Association is founded. upon honest and far
principles. Each hook purchaser gets the value of-his'
money in the booh, and on account of the great nußtser
sold, becomes it shareholder in much vahlulfhl prif,
_Baty. A certificate will be presented to each Moak 0
etar,,otititling-the.holder_toilnintere,lll the above"
_valuable property. As soon as the books are all sold,
notice'will bd•glyett -to the stockhoidertionti a conven
tion will be holdin•Newville, at - the Institute's Hall,
when a Committee will be' chosen, to whom the Pro
pertY will be Aelivered, to he distributed feinting the
shareholders. All toe articles that can, will be oxhib:-
trd at the Institute's Fair, on the 12th of August.-
iom -the very flattering manner in which this Joint
S ock•Association is received and patronized; and from
t number of tickets already sold, it is confidently be
eyed that the property , can be`delivered to' the shard -7
elders in a few Months. For the character of the ‘• Bia
SPRING LITERARY Issururr," and those connected with
it. we are -permitted to refer -PAL the- folloying gentle.-
men 1 . •
_ REFERENCES: . .
lion. Jas. Pollock, Gov. of Poem's. •
i. on. Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. • ..'
' lion: Frederick Watts, Carrel°. -• , •
llon,'Lom..Todtl, Mem. Con., Carlisle. --",-- ' • •
• Senator Wm. 11. Welsh, York.
-lion. Win. F. Murray, lfarristntrip.
Win. Rnabe & Co., Baltimore. . -, •
Win..llShearer, Pros. Aitt'y, Climb. On., Fa.
;Dardel.Shelly,,Sup, COOKIDU Schools.
John W. llnindt. Es 9.,
.). fr an i s buig,„
Boyer. it Ihvithor, . .
Vi1b..41 1, orderS fbr Books . and Certificates, by malt,
should be addressed to '
See. ,4 Big Spring Literary Institute ) "
• Nevurille, Cumberland Co., Fa.
AGENTS WANTED, In ovary Toivn and Village in
the :United States, to obtain eubseriptione for ,Dooks, to
whom,n coxnuilletion will be given. All Lefton;
of Inquiry, oceonipaulPd by a rootage Stamp, wJll bo
. . . • .._
ARDWAItE . !: 1-lARDWARE !- ' V I OTICE.- . --All, persons- having ei.
„ . ,•, ,
I_THE LAIIIIEST STOCK IN THE COUNTY! . ' .j 1 mankJ against mo will call and serrme, and .
AMIN I'. LYNE & SON, wholesale andr. •-- .`-e-ms to : indohteit WHIM, the same hefOre the let -or April,
American, Gorman and English IlardWare atm tmtlery,i their acenuntg Will be loft with the• proper person r
ite.,'lnvito tliii attention of Mechanics, Farrnem and the 1 cAlection.._ . 1 . Mar.51 ' • (IEO. ,M".. HILTON.
public generally, to our unusually large stoelt, confident i
that we aro selling goods on more reasonable terms than c.
gp . 4 . upor_house In tho . couniv.- 4ilkpril i1 . 66,_ . .
JOITN - P,LYNI , I - ,C SON
havthe pleasure of informing the public: that they
have at, last'Completed the eulargequtut ~51 - their storc,:
and are new revolving the largest and - most .varied its
sertment of Wall Paper. And Whitlow Blinds ever opened
itntlarlislo. A call la twitched trent those wanting Paper
ITangTiags df any kind, as we are confident that all van,
be supplied:from our mammoth stook:: 'At the old
stand, North llavever street. April 0, 18513.
--- - ...
. WALL . PAPEII.----Just received Ai
T V, splendid stock '9f - Paper hangings, Window
Shades and, Yiroboard - Printli, embracing all the iiiiivel•t,
and inert approl'ed styles: . ThO designs aro 'nent nod
eliaf t a, ittliti prices suid.i.:iiiiileanuldlitil togire:nqii, _ ,_,
foetiOn. 0 Invite our friends aud the piddle ginheral-
iy to mina d oxtuninp our assortment before purchlikwg k
ohniwbere. . •, ° IL. SA:XTON, ; I .'
march:h . ' - East Main - Strertithirlis I
• ._ - • • -
ENV- if AR D IV i AII 1 , :.. STO.R K.--
---w 6T MAIN STI;EET, NEAit Tilt RAI!. liiiAD — PWOT r • '
The subscrilters, located iti• the room Itytoky occupied
by Mrs; Foust as a grocerOtor,e, west Of. the liail hoed
Depot. have ju.A.opellealtli4tittlre TIOW 'stock of - 11 ARR.
',WA ItE, to which they wawa call the attentlorimf their
Mon& and the public generally. The stock, which is
largo and variedovas selected with especial reference to
the wants of the public, and consists in part of the
BIJIIADING HARDWARE of all, kinds such as locks,
latelle, hinwts, !mils, bolts, screws. kinds, ,
every article dr Hindman) used . 1p building,- null re--
- pairing: - Also -glass,-putty, palitts,- brushes, tic., of the
most approved swality and_on the most, reasonable
CABINET' MAKERS--Thu attention bf Cnbl»ot,
:Bakers is invited to our assortment, of varnishes";
-veneers,. knubs,.rosetts,-_mouldings, A:c., which will Le
found equal to any in the county. ,
SADDI.ERS and CBACIIMAItEItB will find 'in their
department all tbd articles ustially required in their
line efliusluess, such as Steel'Orings. axles, ite.
- PAPER—The assortment of Wall l'aper_eni
braces a complete variety of new•and choice pateras of
every qualityould at such . prices as cannot Sill to' give
satisfaction. • Also.borders, wiadoW shades, dc., he.
11()Urili KEEl'itltS arc invited to call and examine
our stocic of cutlery, plated ware,'ApQnns, ladles,-rolfea
candlesticks, sntiffers,,wititers, shovels and tongs,`
stair reds,'. htdlnw war.i; 'hrass and iron 'kettles, Fedi,
irons, &c., which we Intend to sell very 16w. - - •
- PARMincii ff —•For the use of Farmers we !MVO an end
less variety , /d' all the artieles adapted to tlibir line of
trade, usually folliid - twltardware Stores, sueli as,-plows,
forks. spades, shovelkes, Karnes , traces, halter.
&e.r all at the very st rates, to which We
call their espeCial notice- - • . •
. NTECIIANICS, invite the, attention of
Merhanies generally to our sleek 'of edge tools, plalafts,
levels, saws, braces, bats, augers. hammers, files, rasps •
fie. which we know to be of a superltw quality:
' lift ON and ST.tillhof all-kinds constantly on hand and
foralti chehN ' , , . -
•rTlion cctra9,.fripnd, and ifiVll.llS' a rall_and
-ottr.g; oals..ak sv.l.4.lrxe for showing theta; am!
_figna.a_tdrieVaLtoliel t 140;11;4'41 'ar
cialignod'ate w+i „11-1,.. I o nitwit a slia ;Icor - Wildly im!rott
lige.. Don't fortt,,l, 'Weht. Maid . :..-trvet, wod'of
Alio Railroad _ .
April 1, 1851—1 , ..) . S.TAYMAN A IT,. NS;
..•...... ____..._ ,
ItEMONT-il).-1 , ;..N I,f. 1 \ l l :14N 1) & CO'S . •
i wholesale otstl retail 1.061 i I l‘ti tiI.AIAS AND Pie-
Tll ; FRAME MANUFACTOItY, N 0.120 !LRCM at root,
oppoidte the Theater, Philadelphia. ,
.0. N. 40. Co. roceivad the only Prize Medal, awarded at
the Cristal Pahtee exhibition, N.Y., 1853. in the United
litotes, for allt,,Doceruted. Mantel and PletGlasss. IMIN
FUItNISIIING MUMS, IN
.11. 'WEST 111 Gil Is:TREET,,OIiTOBIII:
UlthCEßY.—The undo; signed, haring located himself,
permanently in Carlisle,'lnn opened a 'Shop and Smut
itlry3 ItOOlUs oVilete IV; intends to Manufacture and keep
constantly-on hand of ery Variety of Parlor and Chainber
:h . FURNITURE' and CHAIRS. !laving considerable
‘'experience in the !tininess, and intending to pay
" personal attentioirtiLthe work and pnisla of his
furniture,iie °attach; to give general satisfaction
to all those who.thay hivor Lim with, their custom. It
will be his dish to attend to business with as .mach
promptness as s posiAble. and will thitik_ncthlutt in his
tipo univerthy his attention. .
Ile Will warrant his work to he good. neat and in the
latest styles, wall tinishe'd, andivill Fell at the lowest
prices possible for rash.
Ilacing furnished himself with an excellent Itt.ir.sr,'
ho will he ready to fill any orders In that line, prompt- -
and - on the most reasonable terms.
promptly acid in the best manner.
Carlisle, April In; Ina
. • -
NEW G0011S:--The smb.:,:iilyer has
. just returned f-. , a the idly ma. I, - petting a
general assertmentrof •ratw.. mai r tdpl , ll wk eonsist
'lug of French :MOH fIOPS. Col 1111! F Alwo,s.s. Meted
Cashmeres and Alow. , I, 1,1,1ne,' lire,s sill s In great
variety. hong Brorinc 11m wIA Intir sit, to f 20. • Frelleh
Wankel Shawls. Cucuta le II lid Sw ii.t. Eflaiags and In.
s,rtlms and cambric and Swiss COI lOU. • Marino and
Rilk Shirts and Graces. .Press Trimmings in great
variety with other Nancy and Staple Gorda.
nov. 21. '35. . GEO. W. 111TNER. .
1 ..8 7 C I . 14 1 RESII ARGIVI4
~..) •O .
OF 11 A RDWAILE I
1 . 11.1 ettl'* , l"l/11.W.Iltivio returned fmm the city would call
the atto,tioo of his, friends and the public to • the
large sod well selected assortment of llzu-dware whic.ll liu
lout just mccived, consisting In part of IIUILDIN(i MA
TERIALS, nails, screws, hinges, locks, bolts - glass; putty;
Ac, TOOLS—‘mgo tools; 6.9U8 and planes 6.
every doscription, with files. rasps, hammers, anvils; Sc.
OLASS of every description anti quality.:—common
glass of different brands, whits polished American alas!,
drench, glasi'ef all Sizes, double thick glass of all sires,
ground enamelled glass; ke.
A general assortment of SITOEMAKEIIS , AND SAD
DLERS TOOLS , morocco, lining and bind
ing skins, shoo thread, was, pegs, lasts, harness mount.
lug, tmddletree,s, *C.' •
COACI! TilligletlNO-ireanvass .(plain, enamelled. fig
ured -and embossed,) patent and enamelled leather,
Axles,. Springs; hubs; spokes, tbiloes, shads, Ac., Ac.
Cabinet 'Slakes-1 will find a large assortment of yarn
hair cloth, curled hair, Ac. •
WHITE POL . 'S!! PAINT -L-A now'artielo for making 'a
beautiful, white and brilliant polish, for dining-rooms,
.parlors, .to. ••• •
• litON- 7 -A, large stock, comprising all kinds in general
Styßemember the old stand, East i lligls Street, Car , ,
• ltlareit 20,1850.1 IlhlfilY SAXTON.
TiREAD - AND . pAKE
ju . WM. F.SELI.V.BI3, South Hanover Street,
would respectfully Inform-his friends and the pubile
that Wu still ontitinues to carrY otetbe above hushiess
at his old stand throe doors south et: the Second Pres
byterian Church, Where be Is prepared to supply all who
will twit on him with itRESIt EItEAD and OAXES of
all Icinda,msatitifsctured from: the lest superflee flour.
POUND OAKES will be. flirnished to order,ou shortest
notice a..d In the moat pleasing stide?.‘,l6llFresli Bread
will ho furnished daily to &Wiles 'ih any part of the,
town on baying notice lit
" A superior quality ,of Mead a-d Beer, WM he kept .
constantly on hand - during the fluintrierS4soli:., Thank
-fed for past favors, the.undersighett lies by strict at
toution to Unloose andtt desire to Pletuel;tobierittin - d
receive a liboralshare of public patronage.
also attend nutichiltWith Brceol and Oakes. • •
• W. F, SELLEIR.S.
HAM AND SIDES;
SHOULDERS,.. • • -
LARD AND CUREAR. --
ALEX. IL EWING
Constantly on band and
tar sale by
J. PALMER & CC. ;
Market St. Wharf._
- 7 -- " T •
CIaING-IVEST , !---.1 have detennint
...)i—tcrprWestroriAheribti-jamo,max.f._. I will
fore soli olf alGor any part .of my steek of GOODS OA
clothing at cost. '/Don't fall then to 'call a few dog. •
above the pipit-odic:o4f yomare looking fOtgood
verSons who know themlefv"Visindelded by noto or be , • '
Acceurit will make paynrintiin or before said day. •
• May 21, 18511--liv.] • CHAS: liAlll4l'l7.
r STATE OF • .I.IUGET - . I;AULLI ,
i j 11.,:1t,. Esq., driressed. Nntien is hereby' glion t 1„... -
Letters of Administration on the'estote' of flush Gni: • .
!liglior, Esq.; demised, have been grunted — to - lbo — Fil - ------.
0 ribor. All . pargaritr knowing thenisolve indebted':
tail estate , are requbsted to nutire immentate iiiimir• , .
And thotio litiving elaiuts will present thorn for sett
moot t o NitED'IC. WATTS,.. .
• April 23.41355--Sw• • . v . !.,..... Administratnr ; _,
• -i••-!' •
- STATE --- OF - LI
1j deceased, Notice, is hereby gly'en that Lett.
•Testamentitry en tile estate of Ceorge Lutz. demos, ".;-.
late of Monroe township, Cumberland county. haim loe
grimier' by the Register of sold county to tlie.ubs ,
her, residing In the Fare. township. - All perches kru
liiii,.thehiselves Indebted to said estate are required
nialiltimmeillatepaymentmudLthose having balm,
present thorn fur settlement to
April 15, 1856-6w.]
ruEN • .P1?,11. CENT: A YEAR.-71
subscriber le authorized to digpcseof the lira
rind Mortgages bf the 'Racine and Mississippi Pail itt •
ComnarrY. , Those ..lionds. besides having the Ball Bt.
for gentrity; have 'the. strong-additional FrT urity
Mortgages of the valuable Farina along the Wee of I
Ball jfeati. -These:Fart:es are appraisediew.and a no_
gani given for two-thirds of their rush vnitte. Th.
Mortgages accompany the Bonds., -The. Bonds bear
ter:Vst at Lou per,cetil, a pear: payabb3 - lyalf yearly: - Cr
pon-ri-cire attached.. The Bonds are payable In five ye:
from the lUtit of May. 1556. •
These FaMns and the knit nomt.nre highly span.,
periMni4 who haite.gone from this country out the.
, :TO further informathni eau- be obtained from the fru .
scriber. • WM: h. CHAMBERS.
May 27.1856.[ Chambersburg, Pa
. . .
RT UNION of the OfAMBERSBUIf ,
HOPE IhltE COMPANY.. _
Beetatiful Engravings, Magnificent Masi From to
very rapid sale of Engravings, thoDistributirig Comm:
tee begs leave to announce .that. it has selected, •
• - - - SATURDAY, the sth•ofauly,'
for thedistributlou of. the - various raltiable and Map
Rona gifts ameng..the purehasgrs of engrav logs Intl
Chambershurg Hope Bin Conmany's Art Union. .•
-Ear.,ir purchaser of an engraVing at SI has an Interre
pi the distribution: • The nuniber of:mu:tying:3U br
surd will not, for any consideration;exeired 200 d. •
kor partteulars see rill bills. ..
' , - •--JOHN-ONMPAELL:
• May 2S, 1810,—:iw.) - • Agent for
S U 31' lila A R 11, ANG gN
(I) , LBEALI S VALLEY 'R. :R.-
T • • -CIIANGI: 01 1 ii.OrntS1 — •
in and a4er . MONDAY.t May_ 26th, 1850:- Paspengt,
Trains ivlil run us_fulloirs: . o 4 uTlays excepted
= --"--- Ist Train. ' .• 2d Truir
... . „ .
Leave'Cliambersburg 3.30, A. M 4.20, I'. - A
- 'Shippensburg, '• ' .0.03,. " ' 4.33,
" Nowvillo, 0.30. ‘7 - 5.20, '
" • ' Carlisle '
- J,. • 7.12, " - 0.00, "..
" •Mochanlesburg,:, 7.40, tf• .
At Harrisburg, - B.OS, " 6.30, ".
;;OR CHAMBEItSIIIIIIO. • , .
Ist Train. 24 Train
--- - 8.50, A. 51 . 1.1,'31,1'.1,
9.25, 9 1.32. • ".."'
. , 10.02,. " , 2.10,
' 10.37, " - • 2.43,
11.09, " • 3.14,
11.37, " 3.42, . " 0 " --
.TRAINS .. _
• - --, ~
!kayo Harrisburg tor Philadelphia at 8.40 A. 111.., 7.;
P.M.. and.l.ls,oyia Columbia. ' '
Leave Harrisburg for Pittsburg at 3.301.514 12:55 not,'
end 5.05.1'. M. ' ',.. , . .
Leave Harrisburg for Baltimore, at 8.50 A. M., , iii') -
ht 2 P. 51-
Crel :: of Dauphin and Susquehanna Rail Road leave Ha , : ~ '.
rlshurg for Auburn, lleading, be.. daily. ' .. ,
.tra-At all Stations Wherelleltets are sold, Fares ro
TEN CENTS 14.14 S than Aviler4ald.ht the Cars. , -
. 0. N. idllito„ Superintendent
11811 Road Office, Chamborsburg,} ,-
. May 20. 1855, ' ,'
Le&vo Iltirrlsliurg, •
" Carnal , '
TAIPORTANT TO EVERYBODY..- --
For the list throe years I havo boon •ongaged in
- buizhvo - iisTkuo - wn - oiily to - myself, - and - coMparatively fert
others, whom I .have instructed for tho sum or $2l.
each, which has - averaged 'no at tho - utto 83,014
to $5,000.p0r- nun urn And, having made amnginuon
•tri•go4o-14 iropu-litAlio.le-a.ll,,ta.our..ngo in the'samo bu.
,go., ..ropu-itt•sue..-........ _ , „
less, I am willing; to give fell,instructions in thwart 1.
tny persons iri•the United States. or Cahadas, who wi
entit me the sum a $l. I ant induced, from the im,
ess I have lawn favored with. and the many. Manta'.
icknowleaktetnents I have received from those whom '
i ;lave instructed, and who are making from
' VIVI: TO FIFTEEN DOLLARS PER DAY , .
1 it it, to give any person an opportunity to engage I
, tbusiness. which is easy, pleasant, - 'and very profit:
i ,at email cost. There is positively 'No 111.11401:10 I
tie matter. kteferences of We best class can be given ..•
i•elards Its character, and I can refer to persons whom
' have , instructed, who will testify that they, are malth
from 85 to 815 per day - at the same: It is a business:
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN • •
can engage, and with perfect ease make a very hall,
same income. .Soveral LADIES in various parts of .Ne.
York State, Pennsylvania and Maryland. whom I ha'
instructed, are now making from $3 to 86 per day nt i •
It is a GE.NERAL austsgss, and but ,a dollar or two is r ,
quired to start, it.. Upon, 'reheipt of ftl-. I will Int,
diettely send to the applicant a printed circular contai ,
Ing full instructions in the art,_ which can be ktrNet..
understood at once.
In the month of May last, I sent my adiertisomeni .--•-
to the editor of the " Reading Gazette and. -Democrat.
Redding. l'a., and also sent him ono of my circulars -
Instructions." •On Rs riicelpt;andOn avarefulexamin::
Lion, be inserted the following editorial in his paper: • '
" We call attention to the advertisement of Mr. A.
Parsons, of New York; headed " IYPIPITANT TO EVFItI,
Sony," which will be found in another. column. Mr. I
tuts sent us one (Ibis circulars, alluded - to .in the
vertisement, and on examingtionmo-and it, as he say,
• it is; tireatiitribilf.lifitkliglitTeiwiratidthonarabl.eltrw_,
Rem, acid ono a that , may be made profitable on v OR'^l
ttltling efipital," -
• All letters must be adchessed to'A. T. PARSONS,Iii
'Broadway, Now York. , [Juno 2Mtn. •-•
L • EVANS' FIRE .4 TRIP'S PROOF SAFESI
for merchants, lawyers, farmers, and others, hardily.
Hooks, Papers, or other valuables, to preserve froro ;
PIRE or BUM/LADS.
Day and MaiWe (Robb's) BANK LOCKS.
A Cello.--Tlici "Firs. Proof Safe," that preserved on
Books. Pape c., during the great Fire at Hart:—
Buildings, was purchased of OLIVER EVANS, 618.
St., Philadelphia. ' • GETZ & DUCK.
Iti.IFRICERATORS & WATER 'FILTERS. .
EVANS' Premium Ventilated Refrigerators for ceolle- .
and preserving meats, butterp.nlilk, water, and, • a.;
articles fbr culinary purposes.. • • •
WATER FILTERS for purifying brackish or =dd. -
• ~-w ater,:whether alfeeted' by rains,. limestone,- marl,
other , causes; can' bad separate or atteched.to
iterrlgonttoric7-a small quantity of Ice.cooling the who; , .: •
r,in-the warmest-weather._ .... _„ ,
.PORTABLE SIIOWER, BATIKS, use warn
or told water. .., •
, W ATEIt COOLERS, forlletels, Storesiand
STORE , !FREERS, for moving boles, bales; La. • • '
. SEAL PRESSES,,,CopyIug do., Druggist 'do.
- • • OLIVEIt EVANS.
No. el South Second St.,( 2 doors below Chesnut.
March 5,1850-Iy.. ' (Established in 1835.) •
IiDtAR& DOOR ROLtERS:—A nem
'LI And stiporior articlo for lipnglng RS Doors. Ju.l.
rooolyed and fbr solo.* Ff,MON'S.