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Suggestions' or the Farmer.
We . clip Abe following, suggestions
• bittEurtoNs .A.not.t,T , MtLK.tNo•. 7 - 7 Give
Ale cow an easy, pleasant place to. stand:
...3e_in_goed temper yourself. ' Approach
ter gently. Always have a good 'stool,
pid on . it, if the cow will, let you,
shile milking:. • Malte,the teats; if they
teed,if,perfectly clean, before you begin
,_;iallyif the cow is very sen:iitiVe,'or her
adder or teo's are- sOke.' When you hive
:a' regular,. easy
.tiotion, and as fait as you ' can without
;'cat fatigue; 01 , you
ery clean. 'lf you milk in a large dai
-I.,ilways-.milk the same
.cows; and 'let;
All,the milkers have their own cons
A,cuw is -better • contented, and
will give More -milk, if she is . .-always
nilked 'by the same person.—Women are
:he best milkers ; but . never• set, a woinan,
milk a cow that mills is- too
UOCIESTONS ABOUT' COW A r Ait.DS..--7
11._A lar4e_dairy_ac..ow-yard seeins...Andis,
jensablc. Let ft,
.be oil dry ground, and
letithe — dreppings neat. Llie
should.not be.compelled toile dowii..
n their own filth. Wsideg, yen ...mill
iavemoifey_iii putting the manure into.a
heap,. and- thus you .will save inlimg, and
;n the Sweetness of by avoiding
-, one great cause of Alai' teats nlid Udders.
- 7 -Alay_e.sheds; cthat When it rain 3;. the
milking -can. done..under•cover. Cows
that - kick ; or run; while ilicy are:Milked,
should-be milked apart from the. herd
.forsometimes one cow,:kieking or ruji-'
nip& will provoke a number of,others to
• the same tricks.. . Cows that tool, should.
be yarded apart from the rest; and, if
they. Cannot,bd,broken of the vice, should
be sold or killed.
TIME 0E 31 - ILK6lo.—Milk as °lily .as,
posslble,.that thO cows may fill them
selves with the grass.before the den is
off.' If any.of the Cows are . very 'gener
oils milkers . , -- milk them: at noon: They
will give more milk, and be healthier for
it. Milk as late at night as the comfort
of tile cows and,the carp of the milk will
_ perinit. • Keep_the ,cows_ in a. yard _ps
short a time each day; (or rather night,)
as you can. •• Have a, regular time each
.day for getting up the cows 'and milking,
and do not vary froM it' five minutes, it'
: possible: • , -
REARING t.i.ALVES.--irVe 'find it rec
owniended in some of the pPpers, to give
out meal as a substitute for milk, in rais. ,
ing,ealves. Put a little dry oats-ehOp in
a, trough to teach-them how. If they do
not eat it of themselves,' put a liftle.of• . it
into, their mouths,. and they will . . soon
learn. After they have learned to cat it,
give them a pint at a time, twice a. day,
,plenty of water, where it :can re4ch
it. They should_ have other food . besrdes.
Calves will grow wel with this • treat
BARN YARD . i LAIN OR E,—OR r 'chief
conclusion arrived a, in oar recent series 1
nn-t,his:gcneral.subject, -a . y:: an eNtendi::a;
writer in- the' Band New Ircrker t . was,.
, thatitiM - dung . of animals po,,s.esses its
greatest manurial-value in . a fresh or un
decomposed state., :.hence, to secure the
greatest, vatue - Cl -- th-c,litents_pen:i f tilinru
yards—rto prevent.tbe iditstAtisskiitithe
inethodis to plow, i 6 under thesoil as
- soon as so far
.decoinposed that- t h i s ` can
readily be donw,,,,9ne,erttie mot profi
,'-:--libii) ourge - ifiliiiiiilie iiiiniiiiiiir , wilf
.. be to clean the barnyard; sheds, So.; and
. miply their contents to land ititerded for .
corn or roots; which are to be' followed
by winter or-.spring grains,;the - nest Sea;
...sow,. and, then *eked to. grass i o itiloVcr
--making dile, or.i;rwAthing,--4* tvilitk)', a
. c: rggiilar systeria. - : .:-:.
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ECONOMY . IN CATTLE FEALI,,N(L , , .. 1 ) 9
time will come when feeding c a ttl e'*
avitelifork will be - considered( k telove i uly
-.. fanci,ikkg,--PIT PAPA gh.the—h v.-may-41e
lost i n raeks'or feed-boxes; just as i!lo
• venlyAs it is now thoughtnvi hit to ca
it out, in armfuls and tbroW it ' upon t e
ground, perhaps that, too; halftleg d e,
in mud. The true will ;', come, thou
slog, - when no one but 'a slovenly l a t..
frier wilf think of feedin4. hajr or str;,
until', it bas pasiicd through a miffing . * L , ..
pinel' • anittheitime come . when ' alI
good farmers will grind their ;Any into
. meal, just as good'rariners-'do now their
cornTtecause they will discover that hay
- meal is just as_mach More valuable than
• come hay as Corn meal is more. valuable
• . • the_whoe o•
Lt ra Air
ia: - 'hen . both .are
ground.and dulf Mixed, :then, %and - riot
till tlieiisliall. we leas:n thirtrue economy.
of Cattle-feeding, • ,• . •
-Tem_newand. - Olegant itcsowood Pianos 1 . 1 . 34 and
7 . octaves, fi-oni the celebrated manufactory of ' flatlet,
'Davis clt. C0., -: Roston. ,TlM:qe„,lnstruments have been
egrgfully selected froni a large stock, cud are warranted
t. 6 give entire satisfaction. They-Will be sold at
, ll 1 T 17 . ritl o g s<, '.
and kept in order by c-competent parson. for one year
front date of safe. "'!hose who may wish to examine, or
to purchase a food instrument:are incited to call 'upon
the Silliscrber . til hf.-; ri-sidenee in Carlbilo.- -- -'-- - ---
Als,. '0 It ENT, tiro good iecood-lia nil piano. Fortes nt
porquarter. • • JOHN STAYMAN.
-- '.:5,25t).- • • ' . "
TTENTION DYSPEPTICS,Thos .
— ll: — Or . yoirwli - OlfaVelfeetraftlfeted ler year - with - t his -,
Thotoorsomo disease, - atid who have been using ' alntgnt
every ..gostrum befiwe the public without rener, we say
t o you try "Jiietfer's Aniii/yspeptie" and you willsooo
bo convinced of its rfeat superiority over every other
prep rr.ttbon. We could rive you many centiticates mob
muthir our assertions, but a single trial is worth more
than - all. This remedy . is prepared mid gold at the Drug.
Store of 11. J. tiElFirt:lt; wetly Hanover street a fer
door:i south of the v 4.. Carlisle
fIONWAY'S GENUINE' HONEY
S..l.ll.... = i2onway'ti purl, Palm Snap.--entovay's Im
proved Chemical Olivu - Su.tp. 'A fall. supply ortlp.;e
truly excellent Snaps just recuivod and tbr aalc at
WI A MS!. ILY wcocEity, 3laln Strett.
Carllolc , . N0v.21,
P, -31 A L . 7 —shaving - and llajr- .
IlLi_dresgn g _ißaloon,. 2 l 7 The atuderal4ned - having
Moved to Sorth lianover street, Adjulnitv Fur
- :attire Warerooms,„in vite , ,attention tolits saloon; where
all persons can receive a clean and easy tilutve and Lore
• their hair cut ntiil dressed, in the most inshionablo mud
exquisite manner: There is, something soothing in a
gowi shave if any are disposed to deuld it,•let them try
nio:land I . will . fallamonstrate tho Tact . .
• April 6,1856.) - ' • --. WILLIAM , LITROLSS. ,
• 13 00TS subscri,
hors-respectfully inform their Month= and the pith
'tic genentlly that they have removed th - c - arifiio AND :
nianufaCtory to the 'Store-room iii North
ifattover street: recently occupied by Mr. Sli itch
-1111111.-Of 6 - dtiOr.4 - IriblifilaVEri`igt!k'S - Drtrf.'"St , lrej
and Itriniedlat ely opposite Slonyer's Copfection
aty where they are preparod. to ,make 'loots rod Shoes
to measure in 6rery variety, with it good assortment of
stuck. and competent workmen. They nocf
. tort to give satisfaction. .1, 4: G. TAIMOIt. •
Carlisle. April .
lk Entertainment. —The subscriber respectfully
infortno the citizens of Car Hale and tho public general..
- Iy. that he intends opening' a public house of enter
( talinnont on the Ist of April. In e the building nbw
cupied by Mr. Woods ns a store on•the.cerner"..of. North
liznosor and !Author streets, Intim borough of Carlisle.
lie will be.rneity nt all .times. to' accommodate all who
mar Civet. Mai with their custom. and no pains will be
tpared to make all feel natirelynt,lunne. • Ills table will
:it :ill times lie supplied tits the best. the market ran
a dord. .1114 stable with a good and aitontlre
and eierthing to make man and beast both condonable
will he provided. linorders will be taken' by the wet.%
month. or year. at.reasonablo rates. Ile hopes by strict
attention to business and a desire to please to receive a
share of public . p.-Aronage.
P. AtiGItENBAUGII. -
. Carlisle, Mandl. 5,18363-3 mo. .
F •ii:X 4 k":
•W. SIAGLE•4S:, CO., PROPIU_CE•
No. 118 North Street, Baltimore, Md..
Would Inform the public that they.bave entered Into
the abroe'husiners, and will pay parilculai &Whit-ion to
tlwi silo of
}Lams, .(1.4.‘.6l or ALL 1[1.7.7113, CLOVES SMKn. W , IISKEY ,
1 and Couvrnv I . ItODUCi; general . . ;
and will . ri alit proeeedh of sales pmmio ri,'. Consign
nionto 5. - .1ie,' , e , 1. CHARLES W. 81.Atil.g. .
J. V.. 11 611 /Oil%
.. • . ) ,. York County, Pt.• •. ' .
. . April -- 2::: ift.'o.--..m.
• has bean appototaa au
flout for suoviying LW NOS ninny design, or Pat
terns for bitildiw,s, itt. a much, less rata than they can
he malo hero—sa naid by °w most oxportonred me
chanics. . (Starch 26, - 60 ) ', HENRY SAXTON
4117 4 1 RE S H. H E RR IN . G!—The
; subscriber' has Just resolved a lot of
SIVERIOIi FRESH__ lIERIIII4O,' •
,f 010 ; 3-oar's .-.3t 'h. Fans:llc at tlio estr;llifsbd •
;1 , 4-cry. - . -..-
,',1,. D. 11.11.11Eirr,
i;;.i; -_: i, 1 , 7,7.,.; -• . N‘..clh fl.in- , rec S't,-,-ei.
1:11' - CA P,
40.5.eriter has just - flitmett 1n the r,r
umrly !scolded by (lee. W. 'littler, ou tlo• corner of th.,
yublie square, Main street, inetr.the :llarliet !louse, and
ettOlulut; the Jewelry store of Win. It. Nengle, an en
tingly 11.11 i end splendid assortment a .
• AtaTs, c-4 PS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
~of every variety and finish.'
---,4l.iir - ilats -l cimsist — of=ttatrefinecaiiikin, — Beaverr
Pearl;Claret, llioasuth, Spoiling liats.' - ac. Also Mum
' Bata of all varieties. Them lista are manufactured by
o t kyor t i, Morris & Co., and othe.. celebrated hatters of
Philadelphia. lie his also every variety ottome menu
stufa. , ,,Whesegoods he will guaranWS, tatty. entire ,
* ,- iLittifiCtltt. •• • •;-•• • • •,• • . ..... • .... •
ills stock of Shoes Is made up - of - every variety and
style from the cheapeSt to the best-article in the mar
, ket. and cannot fail to please.
lie respectfully solleitit.l.lie patronage of the public,
feeling pontitlunt thalirticau sell the clmapest and best
t •-;4 xµLa in the county,
May 79, 1854. •
11 . 011,E
_CHANCES!—• . .
R. MARTIN .& SON,
we tad respectfully announce to the public generally
ly. that they intend opening an citensivu• Lumber
Yard in New Cumbfuland, this Spring; where they in
..tend to Ilfwpwli kinds and ;militias of River Lumbar,
and also that they halreftes hand now about one hun
dred thouraftd feet of dry bawds and pinks, (Pine and
hetrilOCk) of, different qualities, which they offer to
the public on reasonable terms.• •
ses,g irt MAlß HEAD DRESSkio.—The
subscriber has-just redelned Mohair Head Dres-
Hoops, and a tow Dribs Drill Hoods.
March b. • • • OEO. W. MUER.
STEAISI. BOILER FORSALE.-.--Tho
:subsCriber offers for az.de anew Steam Boiler, eigh.:
teen foot long and . thirty Inches in diameter; with' one
funiteen inch fine, apply at the raper Nill at Paper,
town. ' • . •
Feb: 11 . ,.'313.—tf. • . •W. B. AIIILLPT.
t)Ltil.Nl4l!;l,l).' • -ACADEMY.—Near
.. caitilBLE, I'ar 7 The 'Session-(tile.
months) will commence on May A new build:-
Mg:lms boon erected Music
AV it iereascd instruction and - ample
presents. great In
111 who desirv, the plivqi,.l
hu physien nut
their suias.` • • •
00.. Fur circulum, with full
\ . Jia K. aillfiNS,
.tucto.—itts to pat.,
Tortos t tevssiou,
rineipai und . Proprietor,
-Plainfield, Cuinberland eo.,pa
'April P. 1956
11 LTE „ 11.A.L.14 'A C APE Y
miles west:of PlartislAtrg, • The i,levelitlt
stacTilairliiik - ITAkTitTiti•TiriiitiTAAnnuenct- -- (nr - Monitay,
the Atli of May, n'est. Parents and Guardians are. re
specttally requested to inquire into tile. merits of the
Theiocation is retired pleasantand health-,
and'the coarse of instruetion embraces the Ordina
ry and higher branches of an Gligirsh I:duration, to
gether with the Latin, (Arent:, relit h, and Gormanlsin
goiages, and vocal. :nal iiietruinetnal music, . Tenns,
waidd aid Tuition in the - English - bran eh
es and voeiti - musie per session (.2,1 weeks) $60,0Q. kdr
circular containing particulars address.
L. DENLINIIEII. • ,
March. 18.185.Q.1 ° • IlarrisbUrg - . Pa.•
. . .
CIA.III, ISLE FE 3IA
- LE . SE 31INA - ItY:
• MR. and NI RS.,CIAItIi, who hare been for soycnil
years enraged in teachin6r.resuectfully announce , to the
eititens of Carlisle and Vicinity, that on the let of April,
1,514. they will open, in .Louther Stmt., in the house
laLrly oci.npied tv
' • SOLES - AILY 'FDIC YOUNd. LADIES.
The Institution will be both a bearding and day
' sch tI. in which all the bruncheS necessary fur the eo'u
plete.mhiation of young . ladies will be taught. .Assist
' ants of the !tit:best eh:tractor 'for qualifications and
mnrality will 1.2 er. , 14... ea le treonlance With.tbe wants
r‘f the f nstitutt'ai. • TllO government ;ill be conducted
..n strictly I hti tinn pri e -sectarian ism - will
Lo rs rif.lilly cx el a , i(ll.
The l'fincirxi'is flatter tbenteelves that thOir long. and
.stu.cessafl- experience-aS-teachem-rm- testilletL.by_ the
.recommendationeln, their possession, will enable them
to establish nit Institution of the highest character fur
young ladies. They are fully - perstiaded that. melt an
Ilistitllti.)ll will be sustuiried , here by the citizens and
neighboting country, and hope that their - conlidance
ma., net Ito tlisappointed. • ^
dchaf yeulfger children.. be lin
I . 3Ii•SCSSI4)N OP FOITIt 510:5711t. •
kite). 'lights,. and
• • wa..4lling. - • '6. 1 0 Of)
134,1,3rinier.t, • - - S OL)
- - -
_ 410 •
llrKleru - ••
brnriebes at profrir's
No .Iv.lifeCnii for ithotie. etitraure,i. ty<cept, .in
'.rasa • '
—lhn. Fl WA,Trbt Rev. C. P: WING,
.1. E; l'A Chita:: Esq.. A.- KREMER; --
.IA M ''"‘ .1 /1! FRY,
ufalniiN TII A 1., •"- r
Bev..!. IL !dill:SS..
• March 19. 1859-1 year.'
.(10.4 '3l ERCI A L C 0 E G_E,,
n.,m,‘T, , ,,d to the now and spa:dims Hall,`ut. tr.)and
11(1. . •
U. Cii.tupgicuNTßlTikipa - FilA Lecturer, - filiOn LTV:6 - r IF
' tilo rico:lov. • - ...... _ . - ._
E. K. I. foiral in r,harge of Writing Depaitnien .
0.. W. tustructor, la '.%lereautile l'airuhstlong aild'
- ..A,ft.,cint.c.in-Ilduk. lie,.plug Department. -.:- •- - -
.1:M. Pnit.Lirs. Teacher ill Itook. tieepin , •. ' •
S T, Iritgg tui,.l,ecturer on Commercial Law„ '
l'bree ye.trs liar° inn,yet'elapsed sincc•thc-e-doblisP•
nlesit.'of tl2l , , • institutiqn.,lutitig whitil time upwartli: of
eignt. hundred students lntro hues in attondanco, (rep.
<smiling nearly every :itate•inAtie l'calon,) among
wlrnii uro nutubers - in Baltimore 'nod eLscwhore occupy
ing ptruinentinntitionr , as 1.111/iit1et4,..04.1/ anduceon,ut
stilts. . .
BOOK REEPING.—The Prlsiclpal has the utmost con
Minute in assuring the public that after an expel lenceP
fourteen-years-in qualifying-young- nietalsw-tba_ Count _
In linens and other insportaut stations, and: an exten•
else acimiltitalice with the - management . of - business
books pi every description, (assisted as he is by, two say
entitle accouutats.) tile course of training in this des
partusent is eminently practical an d well adapted to
the various pursuits of Commerce and Trade, including
Individual, Partnership, Mercantile, 'Manufacturing,
Vornunsihin, Exchange, lßanking, 'Shipping. liteaMboist:
'lug, Compound Company operations, am.
PENMANSIIIP.--The exercises under this bead are
free, easy and graceful. combining rapidity Prosecution
with beauty or construction, thus enabling the student
to write an elegant business hand on completion t•f the
MERCANTILE CALCULATIONS In all their various'
_bearinguare taught by_the most accurate and exptidi..,
Daily leeturesare delivered upon the Scioneo of Ae
' counts, Itlerautile -Customs, dc., these In conifeetion
1 With a peries of lectures on Commercial Law v are of the
highest importance to all aspiring to orenpy, prominent
positions in the business canriniunity.. , • •
, oThe time nerewury fur an. industrious student lo
complete the course, vmies:from 12 weeks. Thera,
being no vacation,
.applicantitmin enter at any time,
and attend - both day and evening. Examinations are
hold at stated periods, and diplomas awarded to t ise
who grasluato. tentis, etc.. write and have a cl:
lar forwarded by mail: • [Oct. 3,
SioiLti nub tippi.
NEW STOR. 1 & NictV GOODS !--
The subscriber has just returned from the city,
and is now opening, next door to Ches. Ma • auchlites
hotel, In North Ildnoror_street, d splendid sortment
of new and cheaP DItIrtiOODS, eornprirshi, Bonnets,
Ribbons, Cloths. Cassimeres,tiinghams, Loans, Callosies.
DeLaines. - 3lusans, Cheek*. Ticliings, 'llosiery, Gloves,
while au.l cotort,l,carretqliain. sr. •
irl„$i:::`,11:S ur alt IttList , , , au.: 1- - -st . qualit v. - AL=4, a
:,r.z. , A. :::.. .if ml l .ori..r ::.:'ll'S .1.:.1t ;:ily c ; , .., All or
- wit:di Lie. i; ill A.P.:I: nt:.ti,:.l. , i any 11,.u. , ...! lit t.L. wit.
',1 4 ~ itt LI.-r„ 1:,,,..,.. iz,, , ,..., :N.,,,p ~,L ~
',. Dried Fruit ta: - .:1 at.
~ M :tritvt.,l.,F.. - N. W. WOOL* ;A4I-.---
i , CarliAle, April le., 1F.:56. .
Qrr do VA L NOTIC
oozy The undersigned has just replerdsli
ell his siucii of
enuegidES AND QUEENSWARE,.
- and is-preparedtosuPplYtisfriendsnitndmultomereiiritik
,-ilineit anytlang requhiA In - domestic - uwarolteic
' which he hopes will prose satisfactory.' Ills stock core;
slats of every variety of goods suitable fm. town and
country use. lle has tiliwm..,band &general assortment
of umtpxsm-uksuatmlual be'Wded by farmers and
mothanierfor. every day use. Ills stock of -
Irnmc BgAlipm AND OTHER LIQUORS
is large and embraces au excellent assortinentof choice
'mantes. All for sale Wholesale and Retail; South East
corner of. 'Hanover and Louther streets; Carlisle, Pa.
421• Country Produce taken In exchange for goods. -_
nor. 21, '55. . SAMUEL 0. HUY T.
b . sc 2 ri l !
er has D re ß m i o r reil t . 4 h O ls ' s O to p re S tOtl & le house
reteutly occupied by Dr. 11. W. Cauffutau, next dour to
Charles 514aughlin's .hotel, alien) he has a general
DRY GOODS, GROCER/8.% BOOTS and suors,
and will be happy to hare his friends aud customers
come and see him. Thaaathil tbi past !biers; he hopes
by strict attentlion s t0..111$ business tornerlt a share of
Apri 9, 1.846.1 N. W. WOODS. Asti,
.._...... -- -.- _l6lo.ll2nnlitlLLlOS
r mina' r °retiring Myllrall
,' •••-',' * I I— -`, igtock of.
•• ~ • _ widen surpass in style, quality
_ and ice-artypr that .hare Over
been'exhibeted In Halide; II respeettnity dolicit'a can
from persona in , want of Paper Hangings ofany descrip•
titan, as I gun conedent by assortment far snrpassos any
in the Borosigh; and In style and prices has but few' il
yalstn the city. ' I only ask-of thepublie to call ana ex
ainine coy assortmant before purchashigoe I am cor m.
dent my chaste deslgni cannot fall to please th e
~. . •- - JOHN f. hX.NI::,
"West side of North Ilankiver'Street, .
. . .
A.RLIStE : 1) . OPOSIT BANK.-
FINE: rEit_.6hlNT.---- , --' . •• `I
At a' i i of Direetbrs, hold on the sth
•of rii4lreil, 1850, it was unanimously resolved that inter.
est shoudibe paid on special .deposits by tho Carlisio.
'Deposit -Bank, incorporated by the State of Penusyl•
vania, nit MMuss: .
- 4 per cunt.. pm . Lila um fin 4 moot ~ .. • . 44 -
' • - ..
~;~ . .
- 5 -.- ~.-
.~ • ~ ...
Interest ceases after - the expiration of tire certificate
unless •renewed t and the money always paid.back with
out notice.. - -. , .. .- .. -
,•' , • Ity order of the board of Directors.. ''. ' '
' March 12.1566.1. ' , , W. M. IS I.:ITV - WM: Cashier.
1U.11113E.R1.AN.1) VALLEY - BANK.
WittaAW • • llistcuota 13REN:11.1 , 1.1Z4,
At.II:IEIVC S;igemitcr, ' :lons
Iliensnit Weeps, .Infix S. SITIO.ITT, •
• .1010 i C. , - 11.ENRY
Thiel, Bank, doing business in the name of KEIL
BICEN NKM AN A co. is now-fully prepared to do a gen.
_eralltitaing Business' with promptness and tidelit,:y.. •
Money received on - Deposit and paid - backen demimand
without notice. Interest paid' on Special/Deposits,--7
Particular attention paid to Limo collection of Notes.
044rafti. Check's, ,S(c. iu any part of the -United States or
-• • •: - IttimIthinces made ti - iTingland. I elnnd or trill Conti
cent. Tho faithful.and confidential execution of all or,
(Mrs entrusted to them, may be relied upon. They W
at all'times ho pleaSed to give any inifermatien desired
in regard to money matters In gcnefi•fl..,
The proprietors id this hank are individually liable
toitho extent of their estates for all the disimslts and
other ohligatiMis of Kor, Brenneman Co.
liSt..Banking House in Trout's Building, Main Strict.
a few doors oast of the'llail Bead Depot. -Open for l
.noss from 11 o'clock in the morning until 4 o'clock in
the evening. • • .li. A.,STUBIIKON. Cashier. •
• N. A —lnterest - nt the rate of IS Perrent. per annum
will ti • Paidon Special deposit-Was hereitifore. - - ;
Carlisle. 111iirch IS. 118 • - •
31tEPA.R.It .FOR IV.INTER!
. . PARLOR...AND COOKING
The subscribeeat his old stand on 'North llanoVer st.,
Carlisle. the sigmul the !*Munimoth lied Collett Pot,'' do
irox to call the attention of the public to his large as
'ortutotit.of STOV.EB, of the r oyest and most
tdo styles, from tho_ best manutitotorloS the •
' country, and at all prices from $3 - to $l5.
'a t -* .'t# Among his I'Arin.ol( MBEit eTOVES
are the Mirror Stove, the Arctic. Revere', Star,
l'entian,•Utilorand ilt.tita Air't'ight, together
"'with other patterns- which he has of all sizes
parlors or clututhers.nnd chit:Mated burtiltiseither
yioetl.or -7- eaul. Also, the &Atom Globe, 'Aster,. Atistny,
Flat4hp am! Bandbox or four. lllMil;,•with other COOK.
ISO STUVES, comprising the latest impruyenien ts in"
-- kitchun'StriveN - andrintenti , d - for - either Avood or coal.--
Also: the hewn Cooliing Stove—a now and elc•
gent wrtiolo. to which he •invites tato 'imrticular atom
tion of fatuillos. :If is' cooking stores range in price g froui
,$l . to 85, • with the fixtures complete. Also, Niue Philo
S`••ctor of :carious puttortis and different-prices. •
Also . ; gYAIII4I;LIffrAND TINNED, It ARE for •Cook
lug Stoves, Itntse liatles. he. Alsci,overy article iu the
-line of-Tln and Copper: Wore.- publle—aro respect,
ins ited to call us hots confident with . his largo
sleek; Variety_ amt . cheapnesi; - of hoing ablorto Ore on
tiresatisfaction td every purchaser: Call and site.
Oct: bßiotr. ' NfidtfflS
QI'O_V.ES!" - STOVES!! - STQVES !!!---
- .0 - .IOiEN - D: uotto AS would ltillirm the pUblle that
-he has now onintod at his establishinent, on .Mahn Bt.,
--- .1. — iltaiTtifldiffibnliall;the .:1 - arAci;t:_and inaiit corn;
' • - . iilete„assiktuumt. of COOli, OFFICE t YAR-- -
, lAlt STOVES to lie SVand in - this county,
~.:,:1 , .. which will be sold , at the lowest pries for . ,
rt,i , -cash or approved_creillt. Master): consists.of ;
' y,. : , cr a largo assortment of now and highly op
' .......- . proved I'AIIiNTA.COOKINP STOVES,p now& 1
In the must complete manner. and calculated for either !
Wood or coal, or both. All the old standird patterns
which love stood the -test, of experience, may be found
at his e 44 ablisliment. Also, a groat variety of the most
uppreve . and beauthul PARIAH. OFFICE STOVES, ite ,
eluding . number of new styles, possessfng very super
rionadvantages over those heretofore In use. Families
nod housekeepers are respectfully Invited to give him a
call belbre purchasing elsewhere. 'Moves
many part of the country and put up . at the ehertost no
tice. Ile continuos to do all kinds of TIN \ll 8111:ET
litON - IVAIIIiind Copper Work, and-harTionstantlfran
hand or wlll..make_to. order every. „article .required by_
housiskeepers or others in this 1100. Ills stock of Till
a 41 Copper Ware otohincee every-kind of household and
ki rhea utensil. warranted equal to the best nianufac
t. , Persons tiTi — vant of'artieles In his line may al
w ye besureoi being iwetemodatedto their satistkition
.-- y . giv tog him ir calt,,==-------,,----,----I—_port,l.,.
UTEST -. I3RANCII INSURANCE
CO., OF LOCK HAVEN, PA., insures Detached
Anslidings,...Btonns,A/lerchandire, Fartn Prs,perty. and
other buildings, and their contents of unxierate rates.
. CAPITAL S3OO,OOO—CHARTEIt PERPETUAL.
lion. John J..Pearco lion. O. C. 'Limey, ('"
:John 11. Dell, T. T. Abrams,
Charles.A. Mayer, ' eD. J. Jackman,
Charl u es Crist,WTWhite,
Peter Dickinson,. Thos. Kitchen.
Cl. C. IiAItVLY, Pres.
4 , T. C. Aimaes, Vicetres.
THOMAS KISCIIEN, Secretary. •
Samuel 11. Llo; d,, -• Thus. Bowman, D. D.,
A. A..Winegardner, Wm. lirenderbelt, ° 1
L. A. Mackey. • • Wm. Yearon,
A. White, • Dr. J.S., r Crawfor;
John W. Maynard, James Armstronk,•
lion. Simon Cameron, - . lion. Wm. Bigler:'
' WM. C. Agent;
Nay IS, 1.856-Iy. • . [Carlisle, Pewee.
YOE INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS DY FIRE.
TIiR IRAM:I.IN CO'Y.,
I.llt 1 , 1111-11.21.P111A4. -
Charter Perpetual.. 1
-.4in0,06) . Capital paid in. Offino
- . Chesnut stano..
. . . . .
, .. . ...
MAKI; I,lBUrtA.o7.,ssltiter permanent limited.idr zuja . lTlSt
iiii4.9 or darnage by Union Pl:OnlyrY and t.ret:cl 3 of every
description, iii town or Country, On the meet reasonable
terms. Applications made either'personally or by letter,
wkil bo proultlo-attoutiod to.
...::,...:':...^.- ' .. . .- C. N... ItANCIREIt., Presq.
' The subirriber fa agent' Pr. the above compact) , for
- aitheibpplicirocrpet . soccidlrwill - to - promptly a tt on - ded
to • , . A. L. SPLINSLER,
dec. I'2. '6b. !tail Etstata Agent and Scrivener. •
AND /CAS . 1 4 kNNSIIOOO MUTUAL FIRS IN
dURANON COMPANY:of Cuinbeiland county, incerpol
rated by an act of AsseMbly, is' now fully organised, and
iu operation under the management, of the - iblloring
commissioners vie', • ' . •
'lla l l o Y.' Winiltur , ..44Piltes, Michael Conklin,
Molchoir lirennompn, Christian Staythan; John Cc Dun
lap, Jacob 11. Coover.l.owis - liyer, henry •Loganilifittja..
odn 11. •Musser, • Jacob Mumma; 'Joseph Wickorshami
Alexander Cathcart. _ !
The rates ofinsurance are .. it and fitiorable as any
Company of the kind la-the Stre. -Parsons wishingio
become members aro invited to. xnake application to the
agents of the: compahy, who are willing to wait upon
them at any time.
:BENJ. if. MOSSIER, President.
HENRY EIXIAK, . Vice President . .' • -
• - • .* Law's 11111111,. Secretsfry.
micruisit. cocKrAN, - •
• , . ICIENTS.
'...OOM6ERLA.N . D COONTY.— Rudolph Martin,. N. bum
Borland; O. D. MaratanOcitoilito - iin; • May ,
shi rem i ns t own • !juries Deli, Carlisle ; . J.. Ahi
Churchtonn ; glaunsel Oraliant, West PennsbOrough ;
James Me .Dewel, Fraidiftudi. Mode Griffith, South Mid
dleton; Samuel ftoitiri Benjamin liaveratlok; Mechan
icsburg eJehn She David Coover, Shen-
YORK .00IINZY. " -,-Iplits Bowman, Dillsburg; Peter
Wolford; Franklld; 'John Smith, Esq., `Washington; W,
S. Picking; Doter; W, Craft, Paradito. , •
,• Moinbors of LIB pompany having: polivi , s 'about to o x -
Oro can 111%,0.:AnAt renewed by =thing
any of • the agetni.,
agTiriiitittit• - • :.
MPROVED - SELF-AIIiUSVNG
lIAX ELEXATOIII3 or - 110I4TIN0 NOR ‘5.• •
:RA) Self adjusting May Elevators with iinti.ftiKtiol
blocks, ropes, rte. , •
fc'oo lvdepende II t Tooth, Tray and Giain •RakOs. \.•
800 Ploughs. various sizes and patterns. • •. . • \
500 Cultivators; or 110 e Harrows, various patterns.' \,
10 Day, Straw and Cormstalir Cutters. ' • ----
- 100 Itatilmes Patent-Power Corn bhellersandClennerr -
300 Landretli's Excelsior liana. Corn Ebeilers, Nos. 1,2 ,
3, and 4. , •
'llia above gmegill 'manufactured at our Steam - Works,
Brlstul, Pa. '1 he workmanship and material are of nu
tun passetbquallty. • •
Farrners•%% ill prat by an Marmination and cOmparlsol
with other inpleniMits in Market. • - •
16in llrllls.• - .
'Mills and - PITFR,
proVed 'Cam - Motion, Reapliu
of which we have the
'5O Stacy's' Paton t
100 II irkok's
and :11 !mitt!.
agency In PI,
Tools, 0 a: litll
S/tiC: by -
t..lrultpral. Implow:life, an(
.:reeds In great vbrliity. I.'o:'
TIK - EANDILITIR & 'SON,
is T ic o — s. : ll l ..and 23 ti . ..Sixt.h . St. > Philadelphii..-,
. . .
PEN,NOCK'S- CELEBRATED WHEAT.D.RILL;j -
Adapted also for sowing oats. grass seeds and -
Winn. 11.r.luser's PortaLlo Cider 111i11—tle hoot '.
in tho markia. Da patent 11'indin111.—
Horse Potver'S'a,nd Thresher's; Lttno and Guano-
Spreadres. BartlePs' Day, Straw and Fodder 'Cutter
I.lttle -Want Corit SprAtea Atrna p phold
Churn. Tlioahove Superior InipleatentsttOll34,hotherf
for the 1150 of the farmer or gardner, krasnielVolemi .
and ltetall by
PASCHALL, 1110111;;IS la CO.;
.ApiettltAirtil 'Warehouse And sew SHardreorner 711
anti Market Areats, Philadelphia. ' July 2`5,':15,. •
. . _
*l- t ‘t
Nos. 21 and 23 &nth Sixth Street
AnHicULTI:itAL MANt'FACT.OIIY: Brift,ol. Pa.
FNI:n uouxrn4 (870 Aervs) blopmidnlo, nenr Itristol, Ps,
)AT jg-T SELIe-tiAPPIJ;N
atTNICKEE,. 7T, tr.O curriasr, -- In
ta nu kut 24 —fci
5 14411 0 SA I 4..IITIENT, No. 410'Iltirket street, l'liihubt
Thii ratter is perlor,tp 'any now in use, for strength
durability. and slinplhdty of construction; it cuts fasi'
is the only aelfsharpthling Hay, Straw-and-Corr - -
Stnik-Cutter ever uide._:_n_ has but ONE STItAIOIII
ENIFE, whichnny.person—eamprind and Rot with casr
but in ordinary oak?. Fs:ground In the' machine. Thou
sands havie already been- sold, and 'the demand Is deli)
increasing. In Most - eases an examination, is sufficient
to convince one of its suporiority. No one Utter a short
trial would part with it for any other. All sizes of the
above constantly on band and•for sale by
Solo Agent for Cumberland county.
S r ,
'AND. Cloß MILL; PATENTED MAY lOvn, ' 1854.
' ho Urns GIANT, though but recently introduced
from the WEST I OSOW Itt=4 PArei:Xli I..NT as' the moot
'SIMPLY, EFFICIENT, and popular Varna lillu. of the age.
Our MANUPACTO/UNS are probably the only ones In the
- Worldexclusively devoted to making illotalla Mills.,
therefore possewsuperior advantages In preparing such
au admixture of metals, as best.adapted to making. a
strong and durable article,,,,_
" Thu LITTLO GIANT has been Ww — a — raisATlMPlist Premi
um at the principle rain of the Nation, us the most
complete and convenient Mill now In use.. .
These 111n.t.s ate not only 4uaranteed superior to all
others-In their construction and quality ofmaterial,
but iu the ainunnt autt%oillty of work they - perform
with :111 gieen.pauer: and warranted in all yotas t.)
snit, - er the' purol.lsv-ictotey refunded an tatuin di the
otTerml to l'a.rmers - n 'rat 1110 traJ, complete.
tttiO s::o,'for No. I. No. 2. awl -Nti. amt
e:ttra.for Fwer ps. Warr:loo.l ..to grind frum & to
Lut-,llels per 116 or Accol ding to'size.
- SUOTT'S NIMBLE GIANT GR4UN
311LI:ACAVEATED 31AT, 1855.)
Thisa most complete-and important ,article
for Plantors"; Parmeroand othors„ having torso-power
or other conveniences for running a belt., They can bo
worked advantageously with one, two`or more horsos„,
wher_over a speed of from Aiur to six hundred 'rovolu
tliiiislier-initiutii ciiii alc-inch
with A 33.4 inch belt. '
hese, AiitlS are adApted to any kind.otwork, grind
lug carSalimplAottp, corn, oats, ite., or. fine :meal
corn, whcatbr tye ; and corn & cob in ,the most satis
factory manner, and with a vast , saving . of power.. over
all other mills, Cob being cut with , sharp cast-steel.
.The first pronilunpwas awarded these: Mills at the
lite Fairs or Now Jersey, Pennsylvania,, and the Indus,
trial Ealtibiticin at lioston. , - -
The ?amble Giant. weighs about 800unde, acopy
ing a . space or 80 Indies equaro. It Is . eculierly sh,ayle.
strong, arid durable; requirlug tto e Ito run It, or to
keep it Iu order.., •
They - aro offered complete, ready far attaching the
belt4t4ss; tvith east steel cobattachments,sos. War
ranted to give the most,perfect satisfaction:
Please call at the Little Giant 'Works, and witness
tbeir•operntion. Vanufactured by •
t l+eb 18. Cor.l7th k coat* St.; ;PAIL.
Bma—pd. • •
p 0 TILE - FARMING' COMMUNE.;
1 . TYIL4he attention of Armors is limited to
..----....WAXLIFIEL IO - TIAND -00 8*P•4 1 , 1 T 811----- ----
This is the simplest, eheapeet and bristbiProvement °f
the age. Price only $5,- with a written guarantee 'that
It will give perfect fatter:44lon or the money reirtrnedt
so that you run no risk in trying it. , We have a large
number of the meet respectable referee which` en .
be seen at Mir Stem. We have alsor eceived our
- Spring Stook of. Aimee, Chali2s, Perks j
~ ovals, Rehm,
:Roes, etc., which Is tory large and nomplete.,and which
will be sold 10 the very lowest, prices.. A Invite arnert•
moot of 1151,de-wade Chains of ill! kinds, always In Acre
nt nuinufficturers' priees. 6
• '.• JOIINj-P -- . -- 1 4 1'NE A.: SON:. , • •
North flanover Street, - Carlisle.