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~nr~¢r~~s . ~~c~i~rfmcat;~
7.litheat and its Enemies.
When the' enemies of the wheat crop
so,prevalent, with. a prospect of in
tu se; let. our friends'take etfew timely
ints. ', There is no . knoWn kemedy for
re 'depredations of fly, chinch, joint,
'orm, Ste., but we think, experience
ill - bear witness-that there is a grand
'even dye in good cultivation. • , A Vigor
iit.and. thrifty . greWth successfully re
ts,when. the most, promising appliancei
piwerlese before, their ravages. And,
t. only, so, but throUghout na9.tre it
II be found that where there is least,-
•rier of resistance s -the Subtle enemy is
ost - likely to make his_ attacks.jt .is
:At_the___Sciund_ 'and healthy, thileA'- who
ire enjoyed wholesome atmosphere and
iud food, who are swept off by epidem!
4, - butthose whose' constitutions entee
?,ed,by any Cause, predispose them, as
aptly. say, to disease. The sleek en
ull kept animal is not troubled with
, ; . e,:when they swarm upon the — HT:fa,
ill-conditioned" beast. And the one
of planti, seek their food upon.the
uor and Sickly,.'Where they find as .it
.ere the least resistance against their
ncroachments. The principle is--
ersal, that ".from . .hiut that bath not,
null --be takenaway'that which he
L uestioned,.. the piiilosophy of sound,
„,,,..igoro4s, healthy constitution . for man,
or : plarit,ilE(ll-Ellfe;guard 7 aga ins:, all
aituraVenethies no one will 'question. ,, ,.
Oor_._thevheat plant then, begin in dine,_
n d-tnalic-th c-anost_th °rough _prepara tion
. its- reception. 80', get ready the
.;round,, that it Tan, do-.the vorubest.
. which it is :capable. To tl-os.e • who
, plough-deepiiind • aim_ Ito . deepen their
- , urface-sail,-arevery—ploughing; we -sug
,gest that some judicious fanners, Who
irould -- p - lough deep generally, think it
not advisable for .the, wheat crop We
adopt the opinion to this . ,extent, that we
do not think a portion of fresh subsoil
should be now
,brought the4reirface The
natural range of the roots, of wheat, is
- -about-three -inches --of --- the---surface, . and
. for that reason it is desirable to have
there the richest portion of the soil.
'As to manures, - he who - properly - uses
;11l other means of success, should put on
enough to secure him thirty bushels to
the acre. The nearer he approsjmates
_ that point, the less liable_ is his crup to
3tiffer from its natural
• Early seeding is a point of great im
portance. A good growth of root in the.
fall ' preserves from winfez,' is prepared.
for an early,' vigorous star Ti t. t the Spting.
Thieenables it to resist arid
. olitgrow - the
,attack of fly and other insects. And the
early ripening itt almost an insurattee.
against rust. Where it, is practicable,
we should S4W ' by the last of September.
The only objection to early sowing
• that the crop is more liable .to the
'attacks of the fly: This objection seems
'.in practice, to be , far outweighed by the
..:•advantages on the other side....
Another ituportinit_ . pOine. is that ''of
.• good, plump,. , well ripetM " seed, of a
hardy and early ripening Niariety.--= Anter
The Inventive Faculty.
The crreatcst lion in Washington, the,
' patent office, is said to be the least visi
ted of all tbe.ntunereus attractions pre
sMlted by the'rederai capital.--r And of
those who do visit this great" , repository
of curiosities, perhaps'nine-tenths depart
with the idea that the inventive talent
of the country is exhausted, and that it
would be utterly-impossible-not-only-to
discover, any new •rnechanical principle, l
but to make a new application of those
which hale already been disclosed. It
would seem that work must-be supeillu-,
ous to future generations, and that no.
' thing need be done by our grand.chil•
• dren but to take thitigs easy, and lettna
chinery" perform every'office that may re--,
N y s.
quire to le Wormed. That, such no
tions,.hottre i are -Unfounded in reality,,
a glance it th 7 report of the Conitissibn
ers ;of Patenta will soon 'satisfy any nrie.
-- -Acoorrling_to_the last 4leport , . the, num
ber of -patents in 1854 was , Aments - per
cent.rreater than iri.1853, and in 1855
' •the increase was thirty-three • per _cent.
in patents granted, over that of the pre- .
' _ceeding Year. In /854 there were is`-
sated, among thousan4s Of others, no less
. than nine patents for churns, eight -for
coin shellers, eleven for cultivators, nine,
for reaping or gathering grain, fifty-six
or_harvesting , _iiiipleinen of un
kinds, thirty-pine forved - hinfiirsTiiii 7 ;
teen for ploughs and foun t en ~; f or straw
outters,---Tilis-alom-in--,n rieultural-Ani , -
-Plem°nta) by Y'll'd exalnPle• In 18 55
• nineteen - patents - were -given -for , -locks,
ten for knitting nnichines(thirty,.one ;for ,
looms, seven for various improvements in
the Manufacture of paper; and - forty foil
sewing wahines; of whit* nine weri. of
:Yankee inVeJ ion ... ~ • ' '
It, is a little sing . that, tb.6' Ong de
turn their attenti on agrictiltimc - and
next - to that they are meet dilligent in
ces, ,boileni, Pngines, and staves.- "Tien
ty.n ine • patents ' for stoves were issued
last,year, twenty for gas amatus, six
teen for I. wps, twenty-four for boilers,
and twenty-seven for steam engines.—
And yet there is.not r the least prospects
that, a diminution Of , inventive activity
will occur, nor . that the year 1856 'Will
be less prolifi9 - in discoveries , than the
year 18 . 55..--Pliiladefphia journgl.' ,
-••• • . . •
, - r a tßig§g. - It 1E R, nj 1... c 131 , Tlie
ju subscriber has lust—rocelYeda-lot of -
. - a-
..1- this year's catch. For Went the established
. • irocery.. ... .1: 1). lIAMIERT.
"writ 23,11855.1____: North 11auovar Btr.oel. '
N.E4 JIAT,': CAP, .AND .SHOE
_ , STORE.
, . .
Te subscriber bas just opened Hi • the etnnlerooria for
'occupied by (leo. W. Hither, on the corner of the
public square. Main street. tiear . the Market House. and
adjoining the Jewelry More of (Urn. 1). Napgle,.en en
tlrely it tw and sylendld assortutent of
HATS, CU's, ions AND SHOES, ' .
Hats consist of extra tine iltoleskin. Deaver.
Pearl; Claret.. Kossuth -Sportint: !( ate. he. • Also Straw
flats of all varb.ties. ' These Hats tiro manuakiiiial by
Oak6.rd. Morris - St Co.: and othe.relebrated hatter of
Philadelphia. ire has also every variety ofh.aile mane
facture. ...tll thCse goods he will guarantee te,glve entire
Ills stock of SIVIOg Is made up of (ivory variety and
style from' the cheapest to the I.iest - articici In the mar
ket. mid.cannot fall to pli,agc. • . •
_Ho respectfully Solicits - the patronage of the Public.
fueling confident thit ho can sell the cheapest and best
paids•lii the county; -
Mny 10.185 n
GIItDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
—A - large and select nasortnient of-the eboo,-wat ,
routed genuine. and embracing tunny hundred - choice
varieties, fur rade wholesale add retail. Country dealers
supplied et.a liberal 411/would. •
•'• PASOIIALt, 3101iitili 4i. CO., •
• Agrieulturil Warubuuse and Seed Store,
'Mar 211,'56] Cur. ith and Miirket
AIi,DEN ENGINES. throwing a
stream of wafer-an -to CO feet, castlron-Litt and
two, l'unips. Darn Door Ittillers,../Curnip brills, Wheat
'Drills, with tats and Drams dowers attached. Plowa,ot
various patterns and sizes, ,Squarti - and ExPanding
Harrows, tiortOt premium patent Butter Worker;—a
new article, just received. Also, all other articles In
their proper MILUiOII, for the farm and garaon.
, 5 PASCHALL MORRIS & CO.,
Implement and Seed Store,
July, o, ISM.] 7th gutd Market, Phila.
& t CIAO UINCT !
141 -- 7 731; E (117 A .
...i.'INER. & BRO: havo tatpdtarailly nioved (Far
Store to the Corner room of Burkholder's 'Mei, whero
i iwy will iv. plpased 'to soo•their old customers..
' line and Common Clothing; . . f
-• ' ' Plain and Figured Clothing,
' Light and tiouobro Clothing,
":. • • .Night and inotning Clothing , i .
- Noon and evening Clothing,
Dress and business (Nothing;
Wool: and Biiitday Clothing, •
' !tome and traveling Clothing, • • '
o' ' BriAht , and Noll line! Clotb-lug, -, ....
,_ - , - ing and little" Clothing. .
Boys' and y 111.0 1 .; Illt•il'S Clothing, .
:ara VI: ntid st.,•l iSil I 'lnt biog. '
• elo..tp mid ..l.o.ii.lr•l , .iliing,
.'. . ' ‘ir [sit; kill.l .11 ..siting. '
intity LP hart ai :........,.1 .N... 1. .• 01., t::i. Uteip Clothlfig
Aiming ,lielt. uxteiM%ti :t, , ,,,rtateat inaihe baud Fine
• Ilhi , k aunt Blue New iqyle 11% e,s .i. 0.1. Fr .ek Caat 'iamb.,
in the iatest faith leas ~Y Fr.ah:'n and ..agli,h ch,ti l f ; .
...Now style. Sushi , :es ..;t's.t.s. o 1 lilaeh—lir .wil, BIM: And
Greet' Moils, Ltna Plain mid Fancy' Csssiiiverei. - .
Liannii Ingham. aittE ' Cotton Coats, of every kind.
• . lioubli; and Single-breasted Vests, au rindless variety
of l' tin and Fancy Silks, Satins, Castiltiteren, lireua
dine , and :Marseilles, de. • - • '_
- Fii e _Black French .Doeskin and Fancy Cassinieie
PtitiFF: ; Plain Llghteeolored Fancy CASAicuore Pants
Al2O a fall ass irtment - of Shirts, Callan: Bosoms. Cra
vats). Pocket ilandkerehiefs, Suspenders, nocks,tiloves,
llosei r y and Unitivellas., - . . .
Carlisle, April 16,1850. ' •
T UST RECEIVE') fresh invoice
of the finest '
rlt ENCII, ENGLISH,' EitlitAN, AND AMERICAN
Fupto -Black French Doeskin Cassinierei.
English 1'11%1011:Lek and Figured do.
French Fauey Catudineros of all descriptions.
lixtra American Plain and Fancy do. s •
Plain and Fancy Linen Drib.
White aiiii• Brown 'Duck Drills.
Mottled and Figured Liunn Drills.
Super Black Satin, Daratiuni and thniini"
ituf.-Drab, and•Check-Cassleaeres. •
Figured and ioancy Silks of all deserlitti
White and Fancy Marseilles of every •
Fivitcli White Kid Gloves.
New Style Colored Kid Gloves,.,
stitch. • .7'
French Celered Silk Gloves, Kid.malce..
'Fine Lisle anitTierlin SuiPinur Mortis. .
super black iA k Cravats
Black Satin and Silk' stocks.
Ncek Ties, White and Fancy Lawn Cravats, Suspenders,
Hosiery, AC. • 1 '
VEW GOODS.—The autigaiiber hag,
just Teturnod • from tit() ciiy and is ripening a
tioral issertztiontof Fancy and Stank Gtxida. consist-
L.NtarirtaciXobttyg.,s Alpaccas,. Printed
Castuiteres- and ?dons der - Lainos.- . Arias BitkiVint Kral
variety, Long lirocba Shawls froia' $l5 to $2O. Froniii‘
Blanket Sbutris. Cambric and. Eitisa Edgings and'l.o.-
Herallgs and Cambric and Enlia Collars., Merincl; and;
Shirts and Dynwa. ‘ press Tritanthigs:pi:.!grkt'
variety nab other Fancy and Staple Gonda.
nOv: " " • GEO. W.' HITNER.
4 tr.-:-The 'undersigned has ,been .appomted -an
agent for supplying MOULDINGS of imy design, orrat-,
terns for buildings, at a much loss rate than they sin
he made bere--so said .br-oun. most experienced tile
chsnles. • [March th3,'sl:] IIENItT SAXTON
_ Twentieth . •13assion ASA
months) chunnonice on Ela Ith.- A Tnow'' ICuita 7
lug' has • haeni• erected 'Containing - Gynnuuduni, Music
With increased' Idullltlee `for Inetructlairand
accomonodatlons, thlit :institution. presents ,great tu
duiuneattio parents, who: desire , the physical: nod.
tsental linPro4moent o their ROM. • -• • '
'Terrill; 'per Scanlon, $66.00. For circulars, with full
littorinktlon, Walesa • , • it. K. WORN _ •
Principal and Proprietor,
Plainfteld,.Cutuberlaud cp., Pd.
0 A pill); 3850
WHll..t, `1 A ACADEMY:—
rbree-tnues-minstminarrisbuig- 4 rtikaleven
.iarenn-thia-Anstitution Will eonanteuce `on Monday,
the sth of M.*, next:. l'arents and ,Ouardians are re.
spnetfully requested tninguire ; kite the merits of the'
Institution. Theloratleuis retired pleamnt and heaftW
fuirsud the eourae of inatructiou.unihrares_the eitlitut
r/ cud higher branches Greek,
an .F.nglish, k,;ducation,to
'gather with the Latin; Greek, French, and tierman
glIP10 31 ) Wrid ‘ 0 42 11 flus:Cluitriunenial. , unisle, Terms,
beardingore.shiug, and Tuition in the liluglish branch
es and *veal music per session (21 weeks) *MOO. For
circular containing Particulars address._ •
Mareh,l2o l o B .) liarrisburg, Pa.
f.Ant4old !dm, CLARK, who have been ler seieral
years elturgediti ticsoliing,respecthally announce to the
citignis Of tbirlisle end 'vicinity, that on the Ist of Se
tetelhuyilltd:. they'will commence the second session, in
.Lettther• Street, - near the Gentian * Reformed Church, of
• ' SPIIII NARY FOlt YOUN . O LADLES. -
---The-Insptution--will -he- both-a -boarding-and day
echool,.inc whieh. *lithe taancheatiocessary fur the &tri
plets education of yeung ladle, will be taught. - Asslat
ants of. the..highest chansider for qualifications and
morality will he employed in accordance with the wants
of the laudittition: The 'government will tie conducted
on strictly Christian principles, whilisitetitriabliiin kill
be as rigidly excluded. •
— The PrinCitirlertlattereslhattlielr - bing•tuld
successful eXperlence as' teachers, as testified bythe
recommendations hi their poasession, will enable ththn
to establish an institution of the higheat character for
yoUng Wiles. Theft& fully&persuaded that such an.
Institution will be sustained here by the citlsens and
neighboring country, and hope that their confidence
may,not he disappointed.' • • . •• • •
Scicilaqiii year' will consist of four terms (eleven
seeks Ma). beginning mi September 1 and ending on
second Wodoestbayin.luly,. - .._
• • Tk:tisi. PER QUARTER (11 weelts) ; l.
Boarding; including find, lights, and ••
- tuition hi English brinclacri, 111: 1 4 is
• 'Printery. Deportment, - un
Higher English. - •- , OU
. • 'Ancient and Modern Languages* each. LOU
°monomial bninclies at , prefestor's chargcs.i. '
• No deduction forAbsence,atter-entranT,ll except in
case of prat
non. PR wATrs,,
• - 4 . • A: IL KREMER:
JA•ME.§ 11A M I LTtIN:, " Ai:4/11 FRY,
T. 11.•5K11,1i..? t: 4,, " 0 W. W.,"ElitAy „.,
Hr. S. B. KIEFF4R, ...• " MUR*'
Roy. Mr. sminert.. • •
Mar. V?, 1834-1 ye/tr.
10 of .N.1.-E it 01. A,I, C 01 1 4 1., EG, E
. renumnl Co tile - now and spaciotis 1141, No. IN:x*4ld
I BAIA' NlOlt k: hTit ELT, Itultituoro. nd. '
. K. OnAmumna:c; vrittilpal and Luvturur upon Nieman
tilts tt•clusitv, -
k. K. fetstati,in eburge of Writing-Department..
U. W. ns.mr, Instructor lu :11orean the eateufstlons and
Asseetatein !leek timping Department.. '
.1, )1. 'fraclwr iu , ltouk litrtping. ' .
Itt T. WILLI tale.' Leiturit'on t!elittnercial Law.
Three years have net yvt., islnpnetl %WU) the establish
ment of this insiitutlott.duriukt which time upwards of
eight hundred studeittit hare hems In - attendant:a, (rep•
resenting nearly every Stale in the Union,) among
'whom aro numbers in
.la:titian/re and elsewhere occupy-
ing prukaliteut pusitlups as busluesii uiuti and account
BOOK KEEPINO....—The Drlticlpal has the utmost con
fideuce in assuring the public that after an expedience°
fourteen years in qualifying young men for the Count
lug Room and other important stations, and an exten
sive acquaintance with the ninetagemeht of business
boidis tit every description, (assisted us he is by two act
untinc accountatso the course of training- In this de
partment is eminently practical and well adaptee. to
the various pursuits .if Commerce and Trade, including
individual, 'Partnership, 31ercantile, 31aifufacturiug,
Commission, Exchange, thinking, shipping, Steamboat.
Coutpound Company „opeuti ISM 1 4 .0 X e•
„e..43.4llA2sriliii!, Clio exercises under this head aro
free, easy and graceful, combining rapidiWidesecutlou
with beauty of construction, thus enabling the student
to write an elegant business hand on completion of the
31eRCANTILE CALCULATIONS in 41 their various
bearings are taught by the 'post accurate and expedi
Daily lectures are delivered upon the Science of 'Ac
counts, 31ercautile Customs, fee., these in connection
with a series of lectures dicCottinercial Law, are ut the
-highest importance to all aspiring, to occupy prefuleent
positions in the business cointuuttit,y,;" •
Ttie time necessary fur en luda,strious
complete the CourSe, varies trout p • There
being. no incatien, applicants ettic : enter. at any time,
and attend both day and ei'ouilig.L, kaantinutions are
'hitld.ut stated periods, and diplomas; itearded to 1. .I , se
said graduate. Stir terms, etc., write . ailitthuve 44 . 6
• larlorw.irdeti by mail. .
JEW - STOItE , & NED f3-00DS 1 .- -.
....L a The subscriber has just returned fro& the city,
iuid is now•opening, next door to Chas. Ainglauchlin's
hetelOn Nthth Hanover street, a splendid liseortinent
of. new soul sheap DRY 1100 1) 8, coutprlsiug. ennetti,
De Latines, Mullane, Checks. Tickings, Hosiery, bilot es,
white and colored Carpet Chain, Se. . ,'• •
OROCERIgS of all kinds and best quality. Alio, a
large stock of superior lijUTd AND dlltlilS. AU of
which he will soli as cheap as any. house In town.
But ter, Eggs, itags,-Soap and Dried Fruit taken at
_Market.prioes.- • , . N. W.. WOODS, Ag't.
Carlisle, April id, 1856. . .
18554! . 41T11t1e uljudiberilgilNett°hzu7julstdrepElen.ish--
rd has slut,: of r • • . .
• • • ir• (i RooHAILS "AND ,QUEENSWARE, • •
and Is prepared to supply his friends and customers wl4l
almost anything required In domestic - use, at prices
which he hopes will prove sathiftctory. Ills stock con:.
sista of ivttry variety of „goods suitable for triwn and
Of HARDWARE, such us may, be needed by farmers and
tuechanies for every day use.. Ills stock of
". WINES, BRANDIES AND OTHER. '
Is large ituit ouibracea an excellent assortment of choice'
-All for sale Itiholesala atulltetsD, South _East
corner of Hanover and touther streets, Carlisle,
iriPeettutry Prtaluee taken In excbattge for goods.
.nov. 21, !ob. . • SAMUEL O. HU YEW,
ilei no siniZ
:tra tine, mochanlc'a
EMOVAL.—DRY GOODS, &o,
.110 Tho subscriber his reuiored hisitere to the house
reeeptly occupied by Dr. 11. W; Caulfsaati, next door to
Charles Magiam;hlin's where he 'has ismiorat
pity GOODS, GROCERIES, - ROOTS and SGOES;-
and will he .happy to" have his hiOnde and customers
come and see him, Thankful for past favors, he hopes
by strict _ attoiitfoia 'to - his 'bugiUes to fdiirit a share of,
atroime; — • ,
jAkiri 't9lB4ll] g ' •••• N. W. VVOODS. Agt.
of 'you who havebeen afflicted Air, years with u t his
bothonoMm disease; and who ,have'. been using : al oat
every Nostrum beforo the public 'without relief may
tn.you_try_it_filefteekt.d.ntiD s ynpeptle!l4.4...yon4litsnou:
be. convinced Of its groat 'superiority over every other
prepanition: . We could give you maby,certificites mob,
orating our aaaertiond; but a single trial is worth more
than•all. This remedy is prepared and sold at the Ding
Store of ITER, South Hanover street a fer
doors south of the CLutt se, Carlisle. . .
COURSE OF STUDY
-.of March, 1k66„ it was Unanimously rerioired that inter-.
est shoitd lbe paid on. special deposit's ,by the Carlisle
-Deposit , Blink, litouporated by-the.:State of Peuntrti..
vaula, asfollows's .. • • • •
4 per' cent. per annum 'for, 4, mouths, -
- Itifterest; ceases, attar lite , expiration of the corilficate,
finless rtinewed, and the money always paid hack with
By order, of.the Board of Directors. ,
1814] W. M. DBETB3l;Cashier.
4i-BE-RkkNLEy BAN K
7 . .
- . : 4110PRIBTOiti. •
WILLIAM Ku,' , ldrumns. DNzNN*J le,
Bosom C'Struartarri - Jona DusurY: .^ •
RICHARD WooDs, ' • JOAN 6. &PACT?, • •
JoiiN l!. - DUNLAki . 11101R1r: A. lifturnizori.....Z__.
this Dank, doing business in the name of
IIIiENNBMAN .11.1.X.1. is now Ally . prepared to do a gen
eral Banking Business with promptness and fidelity.
Money received on Deposit and paid bark on demand
without notice. Interest paid on Opeclal Deposits.
Particular atruutlou paid to'the collection or Notes,
Drafts, Checks, ,t.r. in:my part of the United States or
Remittaneee made to England, Ireland or the Conti
oeut. The faithful and confidential executicof of all or
ders entrusted to them, may be relied upon. .They will
at all times, be Pleased to give any information desired
in regard to money matters in general.
The proprietotit of this Bank are individually liable
to the extent, of their estates for all the doposits and.
Other obligatione of her, Brenneman & Co.
• ttu„iltinking House iti Trout's Building, Main Street,
a fury dootilettat Of the inill lioad - llepot - Open, - for busi
mess from O o'clock in the morning until .1 .o'clock fn
the evening. li. A. B . lll.lktattN : Cashier:
N. A —lnterestat the tutu of b per'tent. per aunum
will be paidou *•perial dels,sits as heretotore. ' •
9toll - Vill= - ID.Att
I)ltEy A.ltE TER! .•
• PARLOR. AND COOKING STOVES.
The subscriber at his old, stand hu, North Hanover at.,
Carlisle, the 'sign of the "Maminotli ed Coffee Pot," dee
Tres to call the attentlon.of the public to his large as
ertment of OTOVES, of the, newest and Most fashlona
- 'We styles, from the best nianulitctories in the'
-.'couintry, and at l•priecifnaus3 to $15., •
• ' • Among Ws PARLOR A CIiA . MBEII• STOVES'
are tho Mirror Stove, the Arctic. Revere, Star,
' Persian, Union and :Etna' Air 'light, together
with other patterns which-he has of all sizes
for'parlors ur chambers, and calclulated Mr uriiiiiiTtithee
wood •or cr,al. Also, the. Atha, Globe, .kitor, - Alloiny;
Flattop and Bandbox or Poor Manzs; with bt her COOK
ING Sti./VES". comprising the latest improve anti In
liitcheil 'Urea. and: intund4l' for either,. wood
'Also. the Dining Ilooni and eIo-.
glint artFliiTto which he invites the particular eaten...-.
tlon of families. Ills cooking stores range in pri , c,tnmi
$1 •to 'Xs, with the 'fixtures complete._ Also. Hite
iF-1.1" tarluuo patterns - Mid dilferert - piktos, . • -
'Also, ENAMELLED AND TINNED 'BABE 'for Cook-
Jug Stoves, Brass Kettles: be. Moo, every article in, the
Hue of Tin and Copper 11;nrc. -The pnblit , are•retipect-
AullyAnvitedto ztltl tiS he is confillelit with his Birgit
-stock,-vitrietV-and-ehtiapneilu to give en I
_tire satisfaction to overt' •purchaser. Call and F 4,0,
__l‘ft.26..iKl4. • • M MORRIS
• • •
4 4 ,1'0V,ES!TO S V .I.s!!,_;•quv
..101IN Mitt; AS would 'inform the puGTie that
he has now On band at' ilk estnbllsbmunt, ou lafu Wit.;
next door to-Miirlen. Hell—the • largest and most' cow ,
• ; plete assortment oy cooK. opEfey.; ApA R._
eaLl' Olt STOVES:La be found in, this - county,
- which will be Nola at the lowest prices for
A;zia s l rash er approved' credit. Ills stock consists of
- j a large assortment of new and highly op—
proved PATENT COOK !NO STOVE t., finished --
in the Most complete manner: and calculated for either
wood or coal. or both. All the old standard patterns
which hove stood the, test of Oxperl"nce, may be found
at, Rho. cbilshmuttt. Also, n great +variety of the most
approve and beauti.ul PARLOR , t/FFICE.t.:TOVES,
clintitair - .:••ntuntsir -of new- styles.. poieneuting. very au pe•L
riot' adValetegem over Owen, berutotore in use. Families
stud housekeepers are respectfully invited to give him a
call before trurchasing elsewhere. kilovolt delivered to
any part of the country and put up at the shortest no
tice. lie continues to do all kinds of TIN AND eIIEET
IRON WARE, and Copper Work;and bin; constantly' on
ittindor will make to order every article required by
housekeepers or others in this line. ills, stock of Tin
and Copper Ware embraces every kind of household and
kitchen utensil i :warranted equal to the best .triiinufac
tured. Persons lu want of articles in his line may al•
ways besure in being accommodated to their satisfaction
by giving him a call:
V• V CO., OF LOCK HAVEN, PA., Insures Detached
buildings, 'Rorer, -Merchandise, Farm i'mialty, and
other buildiit gS. and their.contAmts at nualerete rates.
CAPI" 1., , $300,00(1--ClIARTKT
EERPETC, Al, '
Hon. Jo nJ. I'earce, Mon. 0. C. Hiivey, - •
John B. Dail, , T. T. Abrams, .
Charles A. Mayer, D. J. jacktitan, . .
Charles Crist,. ' . IV. White,
Peter Dickinson, Thos. Kitchen.
' 110 X. 0: C..IIAOVEY, Prey,
• . T..C...!thnAsts, vice Pres
THOMAS KITCHEN, Seeretaq.
Samuel-41410,7,d. , Y , ,, ~ , Thost - liowninn. D. D,.
A. A: WriMgortitide, -:. -,• tWin. Wuliderbelt,• • „•:.
L. A. Mitekq, Win. rearon,
A. White.. . lir:J. e. Cro w rid, .• '
..iamea Quiolti, • - . A. DlMogralT;" ' -
John W. Maynard, • Janies Armstrong.
. mon Cameron,
. lion_ 11 in. Biglark' .
WX.,C. 1:111:101. ,Cent. •
it ollislo, P.mit'a.
‘.) Ft:qt. INDEMNIMAGAINS,T 1.9.913 BY FiAE.
TIM FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.,
. OP PITMATIELPOIA. .
1-atarter-yerpettial : 8100,000—Capitel—pnid—loi—011Ie
MAKE INBI.IIUtiCE, either perntanent or limited, agerat
loss or damage by fire, on rItOPERTY itnd aFECTS of et try
description, in town or (ountryi on the mist reasonable
terms. Applicatiens made either personally or by hitter,
will be promptly attended to.
- ' C. Pretut i
"'The ' Fulmertbor Is agent for the above - Comprtay - tor_
Carlisle and Its vicinity. - All applications for 113011211111ce
either by mall or personally will be promptly attettOd
to by , • • ' A. L. I.E it;..",.
dec.l2, '56; • Real Estate Agent and Scrivauer 1
17 4 1 1RFT Art4ity'
AND EAST Ph:SIV81101t0 MUTUAL. JIIIE IN.
HANCE COMPANY of Cumberland county. ineorto.
rateTby an act 01 Assembly; is flow .fullW organized v and '
in operation under the management of h) itig
moist iiailey, William It. Gorges, Michael Coc lin,
,Melehoirldreeutnuatt, Christian Stayman, John
lip; Jacob R. Coever, Lewis Myer,, henry Loganittiu.ltr•
min. blusser,. Jacob Alumina Joseph-Wickersham,
Alexander Cathcart.. - . . .
• . ?fhe rates of insurance aro as low and fatorable as finny
Company of the kind In the titnte..:Persoirs wishing to
beeomtrinembers air! invited to make application-to the,
agents of the eompany,.who are -willing wait uppir'
them at any time.
,VESJ, 11. Al(lgSlllt;,,Prcsident.., '
111:NitY •LOGAN, Virg l'ecsident. ' , 4
'• • , • LL" !PIS SecOtet . ri..
241,011AEL COOKLlN.,Treasurvc. • 4,
• AGENI I K
01041)1111,14istLe01 . 11aV—Itlididph
herbind; 0, Ringstoien; uolity .
shirommtptown.;. Cbariec j? ,l '
z..', , J. ,
ChorchtownSamuel G raham ,, yea,' fennel orougli
Jatnnist Mc' 1/4rei, Prankftictii . 41 1 trh Mid
'dleton echifer,llenjC,snin,ilgorecsl4 l 4...MilCha;L ;,.
icaburg ; Johit Sherriek; Lisburnt . ..o3r.itit*ver,
YORIC . 'llownitin, Dillaburg; Peter
IV - olford,'Frinklin; John Smith, r Bl; ;; W W ° S t "ti.W.
B. Picking, Thiver;' J, W.CratikParao ll ic:i. ,
& Lothman.' , '
llionabore ot the cOmpany hiiring policies about to oz.
pircon.e have them renewed by mating application to
Tay oftho sigetiss.
3lisuraucr . °
IMPROVED -SELY:ADJ - LISTING
HAY ELEVATQRS :or" 11018 TING YORKS..
blocks, ropes,,&c. , . <;
200 Independent Tooth, Hay, and Oinln Bakem
800 Ploughx-yriflous sites amilkatterns. .
bOO Cultivators, or' Hoe llarrons, various patterns.
200 Harrows, various flitntllld patterns.
100 flay Straw and COrrnstalk Cutters.
100 Reading's Patent Pon erCorn hailers and Cleaners.
800 Landirieth's Excelsior Hand torn Ebellery, Nos. 1,2,
The abOiearo all manufbetured at our Stein! Works,
Bristol, Pa. The workmanship and material are of un=
is mere will profit by An examination and comparison
,WlOl ot4erizuplw_tutOin market.
60 Stacy'll Patentl . •
100 ,Ilirkok's Pateno,Cider 61111s -and Press. -
Melts # Dunhara's improved 'Cam.Motion, Iteapin,r,
and Mowing Maehines, nf • width .vie have thek.
Agricultural • and 11011enituml Implements and
Tools, thd den and Pinner, Feeds in .greai variety. For
side bY.- D. LANDICETII A SON,
• Nos. 21and 2a . s. Eixth 61., Philadelphia.
May 28, 1860-Bm. •
A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
-11„ PENNOCK'S CELI3IItATED. WHEAT .Dllll4
Adapted also for sowing oats. grails seeds and.
guano. Kr-ruler's Portable tider Mill—the best
in the market. Halliday's patent Windmillet
liorse Power's end Thresher's. Lime and fltinno
Spreader's, Daniel's Nay,. Straw and }Odder t. Utter.
Little Giant Corn and Cob Mill, Spain's Atmospheris ,
Churn. The abose.Superior Implements with all others.
fur the use of, the Sinner or gardier, for sale Wholesale
and - Ectail by =
..r.ASCITALL. SIMMS 1 CO., ‘ - `
kgrieulturpl.Wnreliciuse and Seed Store. corner al
And Market streets, PhiladelNLln. . 25. '55.
Nos. 21., and '23 South Sixth Street
••• • , . PHILADELPHIA. .. •
• _ „
cittittLiim A r Impusts:er idANurAcrintr. Bristol. Tn. -
Sun (MOUNDS' (40 Arms) Ithx , rnrdale. near .Dristol. Pa
13A TEN T ---- ELF-Z,l4,tkit NG
I YANKEE b'EEli 'CUATEIiSi mitpllktlt ••••;(1 1 r
A.1.1)111C11 k SAT.(! ENT, No. 410 !klarLet kr eel. 1 Mirada
Mb. cutter is superior to any now in UM fur strength'
durelfilty. and simpliAty of conStinction: it'ents last
er—ailtd Is the'only selfsbarpening toy, !Aran and l c to
Ftalit 1 utter vier made. It hats but llli.E.STßAittirr
KNIFE. winch any person can grind and set with I-ass
but in ordinary case. is ground In the machine. not:-
sands bolo already boen sold, and the demand Is daily
increasing. lit most cases an eaamination is autliciet t
to convince one of its superiority. No one after a short
trial would - part - wi
above constantly au baud and for rain by
1. tt. LY10:,
sole Agent forrnutherland county.
CONWAY'S- GENUINE HONkkl -
SOAR.—Coliway's pure nth!. RalP. -- Couwars
.Clientical I.lllre Soap. A-full supply of
truly excelleut Soaps Just ,recatred aria rpr toile at IC ,
WILLIAMS' FAMILY tiItOCEILY, Multi Street.
Carlisle. Nov. 21, 'OS.
N.EIV GOOD'4 . .The spbscriber- has
just received from Philadelphia a largo atsori:
wept et seasonable goods-, Which will be sold very clump
—uppmfite the It. It. Deput, Carnal* , . •
'N, C S AV ON . T D-01!
. —They never did' do more than give temporary
nod they never will! it because they don t
touch the OAUbi; of thu disease. I'hc cauie of all ague
and billions diseases la the enrocapherle poimm caned
'Miasma or Malaria. Neutralize this - poison by, Its sA-
TlellAL Asilmrrs, and all disease c..talgti by it disappears'
at once. lthode& Fever and Ague tMie is this all tkdote
Muria, and moreover it tea pertectly harmless med
icine. The certincate of the celebrated . cliondst,
t baton, of New-York, to title CtreCty is attechrtt to eve-.
ry_bottm; therefore, if It does . no good, it can do no
his IS coo, e•than can be said of guinin,e, Arsenic, or
any uilwr.toulo in existence, as their use la ruinous to
tho constitulionAnd brino on LUSAII ntJUE, wbicb
never allows n person to !Ad perfectly well lore single
H101110.t.. ill illustration of-these truths / annex sonic.
acts Ervin itletterlttfiL received frutu a lltypiciall ;
„.. • liaikinoWN, Unto, Mord* 17,1850.
.lAr_;•. A. IaIOADS, Lat.—bear Mr: .Yoursof 2d inst.,
is at baud. The Cure arrived late last year, and the
difticulty in getting any one to purchase - it USA greatly '
increased from the fact that a remedy had beau intro
duced which was growiu6,ln, favor • withthe public us
Swing better than Using o,ulnine--not ,knowing, 1 pr..-
tome, that the reinutly they used to escape taking-Qui
linev;ll4 tained-the-WiVa-it ' 'bEIS4---- 2 ------ , ---
- )/liSlolltOiy (known as 4 hrnith'eTonle,"), would in
variably WA EA,l,i. en Ague, but it did ant Cure it, as it
would viten ruturu with renewed vigor. %his one Cif
cutnntance 1 deemed in your favor, RI could institute
a test rotuparison between it'and your CURE. The fol
lowing is the t ',suit ;: • . .. -. ,
Three persous took. your ' , Cm*" all of which were
cases 01 •,' Quotidian lutermittant Fever," o"in/ill
weeks. staudtug. They had tried Quinine and other
-remedies, occasloually missing's' chill, but. it was (as in
all Such cases.) slowly.wearing them out, and laying
the founded. ti of ether and severer maladies: •'1 die
succeed in etlerting a 'Altai cure of all three at 'these
eases with your reu.edy, and they have not had a Chill
MUM /U OH three of these cases the ”Ruilth's. Tonic"..
had been used, and would, as 11 , cibre stated, break the !
chili, but, atter a period or two-had .elapsud it would :
rthillir - there - srlll - bevu@ditheult - y -- rmw - itr - giving - to
your ...Uwe the Vantage grouud.of.any other remedy i
uow.in use bum &,c,', ac. .• 'WM: Blit./iN Ell, lii. D, .
lilloUtaie YEVEIt, aud,AGU El CUILE, or .4NTIDUT t
Tt). MALARIA, the only hermit-se remedy lu exhitedu * 7
is equally certain AS* taLVVYTIV.I4 as a ..V1,:a1." Tak
it w h et , you reel,. thevhills, . routing on, and, you, wit i •
inner have A single taiet.• . : - -
„ , .- • • J 43 S . A. nuorais, Proprietor, ''
• , . , . ~• • . z Prov idoure, R. I, l
. * * *For iiiild W
by .A: Knurl, and Druggists geuerall„ t
, July 2,18:4 1 . '. , , .
.. ', , - '
, ~., .
1500 OF 10114.181# I.IIINI
• consisting of Purpte Top;
4.06, Dale ti ilybeid,"Yellow . .Aberdeen, Purple Top Ito
Dago; Orl3atilN3l) do., at wholordil , mud retail. ' ; '
7 1 PASCIIALL MORRIS &
. '• . Lillplentent Arad s4ed Fterei
• :AGRICLILTIIit.A.L IMPLI
• -• ,Itideng and Stove! Plows. for Corn e
tatoes, Lavern ogCu Itivatora, Fr Steel Teeth of.various pattern; Held
Oaroeu Marrows; Ilapd lows, Itevoliing Morfe Ral,„
itairstythir - .l.4.llithir dud - ScyttfdaTEtglish
;Scythes with thetted backs, superior Unloading
.FtlikS, With rope and _tackle 'complete, mud all 'o k `•
articles fbrllrm and garden, •
, . PASCIIALL MORRIS A C0.,1
ith and Market Streets, Phik