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•at /151 t •'''-' :' eta, ~, i -...-. Ti,--. It, ithe recent'.'i • • fur
a 0 . , ~, . o ..resu of ° eotion m, a,
, , ,•,• . ,•, dolphin, is glorious., ~.ThuLecomplunites have.
Alit 36 ~, m ~.! .^ - - it been rriuted "fliorse, foet,and dragoens, and
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u , " the etiatant news is sir Mid thrOughodt IIM
wEausp,N.Y, ,MAy . .1. ; 185 K
,- '.f.Peoplil's•Ticket . '!A - ms been eleotedYoVer ; the
•- LeooMpton eaUdidates by-a-majority-'of -thou
' sands. lt,.id in 'Vain, that the Ledger and other
. , kindred papers, endeavor to console the sink
_ing spirits . df their friends, - by saying that the
' " result' was not unexpedted," , 'and , 'that.
.' "'Mayor Irsuxlad a heavy load to bear in the
• irregularities 'Of his 'Police force." .No doubt,
—that toad - ht - TditiTivTofir" — Tivvr - yearfrof - lotio- -
--.fOoo misrule,. had . kiven the pe'ople surfeit of
We must ask the indulgence of our corres
pondents. Their_fai , ors are on file; and ivp
will soon give. - them a "hearing:"`
new fiong ,Of .type,we s ahall •hereafter have
the first page set up. solid, which ,will,entible
us to give ono-
Ir. more row
¶'O OUR' READE RS.
On 'our 'first page will be found a beautiful
poetical article, written for the Herald by S.
.C..tar.DWata; which will commend itself to
our readers. . -
'a True Adventure in a Lunatic Asyluin"
is ti.thrilling sketch. • .
Rvery.,eno will appreciate" the poetic gem,
"The Sower to his Seed."
.tlic - Ladies .Dl.4pnttnug will be • found
, pi•aCtical truth in " Letters to Young
;Women." Our friend News, afso, "rises to
explain" "What a Wife should be." '
On our:fourth page we ruive green n column
of 't Ilottsekeepers' Recipes," which, if our
lady renders wish to presprVe; they 'can cut
theni out-and place them in their scrap-books.
On the inside pages will-be found editorials,
items„liteistry noticesotews; vitrieties,
and a number of new advertisements; to which
we invite attention
betfleaVe to eidi the attention of our
readers to the, fact, (which - thg will readily,
recognize themselves), that we ha vti introduced
the Herald-to them this week, in a new suit. of
type ;, rendering 'every word as distinct and
legible as clear white: papa•, good ink, and
well proportioned type—with the 'aid of an
.t AdEuszposyer Press "—can 'Make it.
' Through the year that has just expired,
since we took charge of -the Herald, we • have
.aimed to make it acceptable to our numerous
patrons ; and ahliotigh'we - have not'succeeded
to th&extent of our wishes,- the-commendation
of somennd the kind wishes of others, have
laidus under-many obligations and enedurar
gee us to rerieWed - efforts. The past cannot be
improved, lint with a twelve-month's cxperi
enceLthe'good . open
field for competition.' ana!still. wide margin
ar'improvement, we may rensoihtbly•trust to
the futUre for better succes.
A large anniunt; in the aggregale, is now
due from eubseriberii which, .hope;
will consider - a doty-to ilischar'ge.innaediately
--To-otir-advatice:paying subscribers, we retort
our sincere thanks, anti hope that all will'prao
tice a plan; so wise on their part, and liberal
on ours. 'As by it, tlita save fifty cents a
• year, preserve a, clear congcience, and aid ma
terially in meeting thd current expenseS, of
the office. •
FLASH NEW9PAPEIIB.-A contemporary;--in
speaking of the yellow-cqered literatuie 'and
flash newspapers that are circulating no widely
now among the yOuth of.botit sexes—says:'
4 , You may rend the'New York Ledyei• for a
_your 41[0 scrircely find a fact which will make
yOu wiser or better—all fiction, rainances, lies
in velvet and - feathers, little fiends equipped in
smiles and crinoline, big scoundrels in epau
_ letter and with a 'love of a moustache,' turn
ing tho'brains and stealing the hearts of sim
pering maidens, the every-day history of life
ingeniously, belied and genteelly. outraged—
and yet it always ends beautifully!' "
Many 'Persons who think they can not afford
to pay a dollar and, a half a year foi 'the
Herald,' thro'w away double that' amount, on
this miserable trash, vhich does then" much
injury and no benefit. '
16r TIIE TYPE now in use on the Ilcrald is
from the foundry of L aohnson'c Co., Isio 6
Sansom street, Philadelphia. This old estab
lished house is so .well known to printers
throughout the United States, for their exten
sive business facilities, the betiuty and qic
cellence of their type and printing maferiale
generally, as well as their promptness in fill,
ing •orders, that any commendation from
would be superfluous .
THE SALE OF MOUNT VERNON.
John A. Washington, the proprieloV . of
Mount Vernon, has sold the estate to the La
dies Mount Vernon Association of the Union.
They are to pay two bundredthousand dollars
for two hundred acres of land, including
Washington's 'residence and tomb. Eighteen
thousand dollars were paid at the closing of
the contract, and the balance to be paid in
four yearly . instalments. Mr. Washington,,
however, will remit interest upon any sums,
not less than five thousand dollars, that may
be paid-befcire-tho-bonds are due; tind lie re—
tains the title to andpossessionof the estate un
til the prineipal
e au(' interest are paid, eiceid
that in ease - the - whole - amount is, paid by the"
22d of Febuary, .1859, he wlll,,Prego interest
on all the deferred instalments payable after
the Ist January, 1859.
• A correspondent of the Philadelphin'ingui
re;, in commenting upon this contract, says
with great truth that. "Mr. John A. Washing
ton, has got the butt-end of the bargain with
the ladies purchasing Mount Vernon. In the
first place he gets'a thousand dollars an litre
for land not intrinsically worth twenty. An
hundred dollars per:acre would be an extrava
gant price. All the buildings and iimprove-,
ments together are not worth five hundfed dol
lars.: He then retains possession and occu
pancy of the premises. 'until the last dollar of
the purehaso money is paid, and receives in
terest on the - amount unpaid - all :the while.
So that he is to live rent free -lit the mansion;
and, besidesthe outrageous price of two hun
dred thousand dollars, get.. perhaps fifty Thou
satid more in the shape of interest: If quid is
noefraffieing. in the sacred dust of hieances- -
tors, I know not what else to call it.
Pirrenuilo JouRN:AL.:— R. M. Riddle Dig.;
has retired from tint Commaxial, Jourpal . at
Pittsburg, and is succeeded iu the' iditorial
chaieby W.'.l:Foilk &CO: '"
aur yottitoWitontitit (111r.7
Foulk) rChia :permanent• connection with. a
. so prominent and' well esitthliiliaclatithe
Journai, find' Winh' ihai sucaelM, Which his
meritp so critineatly.deserva. ~ • .
'late ateitieiPal alectleti . a, eerioera riot
tad. 'Pie :Advocate #19'0...t. • " • •
•In the Melee, idateltuand pins; lotidi.d Witli .
leysef atones were thrown. ' is' marvelti n a •
• that no 'one' wattkilled. 7 - I .BeVerol persceib;'
understand; Alciweyetrvttrerd' 'WetirOpk.tritnig
dwelling bousa 'he ' bath ' . 6l(letrof
idlow the' 7 niatiti- mate shot
This isintiitlii3riti4taiiervof out;
of that aiirit (if t blifejignarditini,-Se4itti'am'ang:
some of the members-of our• rivar:Ore•eamne:•'
nieil and it behoves our °Miens tp.coneider
•whetherlhay any:lintler have'
their, pence #rici. , :ssfetrhuirsiged'i*.thsie:fre: 7
quentl bialvloc , OF takiiigi t 'ensViihy , in'ei f s,tl
niece, tiiiplitiehiqfisixi Lif,dAtidiircilhifek
ty tire•put misorm o ly irlth the taost
• the draux administration. But witic
the Maid-issue. -Mr. Buchanan looked to a
Lecompton triumph in 'Philaderphia, OS tit der
diet fit favor of Kansas policy, and.d re
sult of that: naturct.Wouid have been het:lidded
forth by every locofoco press in the country,
asmn earnest of the apprpyal cif : the'people of
the old.litt,Vstone,of a policy' .that recognised
fraud, as the basis of government and bribery,:
as the machinery by which it is set in motion.
l'ruth and principle havefor.orme,,triumphed
. over. fraud and corruption, and tlieshLteof
victory from Philadelphia, are fitting responspo
to the rejoicings at Washington over the pas=
- stig . of the 'Lecompton- '
,folloWting, is the official result. as given .
in the 'North American.
Mayor—Alexander Henry, people's' candi
date, 83;711 ritichard Vaux,- democrat,- 29,-
008; majority for Henry, 4,702: '•
• City Controller—George W. /tufty, people's
-29;700 r Majority - for
Receiver qt: 7'axes:—Armstrong I. Flomerfelt,
people's candidate,. 32,847 ; Charles Worrell,
democrat, 29,900.; majority for Flomerfelt,
• _ CityS'olicitor.—Henry T. King, people's can
didate, 82,954; James 11. Randall, democrat,
- - 80,031; majority for King ._2,921..•
---- 174 uonuntssioner E. Ii: Williarns;people's
'Candidate, 33,003; Thomas Ellis, democritt;
30,054; Majm:ity for Williams, 2,949; and a.
majority in the Councils on, joint ballot of 48.
• Forney's Prat.. says': "This is the• first re
sponse of American Patriots to the English
Bill." ' . . .
Another 17etory I The' election in Demo
cratic YORK, has resulted in the signal triumph
of thc,l'e4lc'e Ticket. The Republicans and
Americans united, and elected• their- borough
ticket entire, by a majority-of-over -80. Let
that union be perfected in the'state, and the
greeting that conies •from Phihulelphiti, will be
returned with interest, at the fall elections.
" As goes.Pennsylrania so goes the Union."
Take the,following record as the ! ,. sense of
tire cduntry '! On the I . ..ecot4toi; question : •
Connecticut, do. do. ' . • 8,000
Rhode Island, do. do. 6,000
Maine: town elections, overwhelming Rep.,maj.
New York, do. . di). . do.
Michigati, do. do'.. • • do. 17
Cleveiandichatterevery Lecomptonit e ben t en.
Toledo and Sandusky, do. . •do.
Mansfield and Wooster, •, do. • do.
Cincinnati, Republican majority; • 2,600
Indianapolis, . do.- , • - - 400
Pittsburg, charter election, Rep. maj.. 800
Albany, charter election, afiti-Lecomp. maj. 100
Chicago, do. - do. - r - 1;200
St. Louis,. do. • • do. _ 1;200
Portland; do. • do. 600
Hartford, do. • do. • • . 200
TR Er; DA RR.FRIDAY
The edit or of the Philadelphia Pren, in com
ment lug on the passage of the English Kansas
Bill, heh'ds his remarks with these words,
"the . dark and Mal •
It . will'be a "dark' Friday" to the Denio
cratic party, but then.tkey hare the consdla
tion of knowing that while they are ,Under a
ciciud, the sun shines brightly on the "People." ,
Its` rays have pierced' the thick gloom of
Philadelphia politics, so that all May see. the
" beginning of the end:" The "favorite son"
is•repurted by Jlie,metropolis of. his native
State, orkinit7follOWea - the . Cianfple; and the
fire now kindled, will spread, until every
top throughout the State, shall blaze-with pa
The President. may boast of a victory, which
drew from hint an . exultant speech to his as
sembled partiitms around the White house;
- but he will find, as the PEOPLE speak on
this question through the ballot-boxes,. that a
triumph achieved by fraud. deception and
bribery, is too dearly purchased, and lie may
yet say with Phyrrus, " another such victory
and I am ruined,"
In the language of Col. Forney:
• • •
"This wicked deed of profligate politicians
will stir the moral rlense of the country to its
profoundest. depths." It will awaken a 'wide
spread indignation.! It will call out:emotions
which have been stilled because such a deed
was believed to bl impossible ; and it will
hurl into obscurity and shame those, i servantg
of the people who have sought this oppOrtu
nity to assist in a bitrayal, as wanton as'it.w,as
causeless and unnecessary. To see these men
gibbeted and transfixed before the eyes of the'
world may be a melancholy satisfaction ; and
to this extent the'black business of the black
est Friday that the country has seen, may be,
full of compensation." * * * ,
PIIEADYTEItIAN BOAB1) Or Fonfincs
—Tho twenty-first anniversary of the'Foreign
Missionary Society oit he Presbyterian Citurek
of the Irnited - States was celebrated at New
on Monday evening. After the usual
devotional exercises the Rev. Dr. Wilson, the
correspondinesecretary of the Board, read an
abstract of the annual 'report, from which we
extract the followingin reference to the.finan
tea and missionary. labors of the Board. ,
" The receipts from all sources, including a
special contribution 'of *15,112 to repair
losses in India, have-been *228,077. 'I he ex
penditure has been *207,051 - the sum spool
.ally donated for India, *18,1)9,- being reser
ved—leaving a balance against -the Board of
$1;186.: Thirty:missionary. laborers have been
sent out during the year;.twelie of whoni were
returned missionaries and ten others are wai
ting opportunities to embark for Gm - fields-to
which they have respectively been designated.
Under the direction 'of the board there are
nine missions among the: Indians, one to the
Jews, 4fild one to the! Chineseuin ' California,
within the boundaries of the 'United States
two in'South A - merit/a ; two in Western Afilca; - •
one in Siam ;. three in China '
• two . in India,:
embtaeing fifteen Stations and extending over
a region of country Af.more than a' thousand.
miles ih length, besides which pecuniary. Aid
haa - been extended' to - the Evangelical societies
of Belgiun,'Paris, Geneva; and to the Walden 7
shin Synod; •Connected with thus ..various
missions there are 170 missions*' lithorers
from. this . country ; 64 . native helpers'; 60
:principal , stations .and out stations ;.• 221:organ- •
D.Cd churches, and nearly five thousand :114;1
tivo youths under.. Christian training in the
: schools opppected With Giese ; thisslons.l? '
em - kna. - .:. - 7 - It7appents:-froM7ilM:anbjoined.i4:7
vort isernelit•,ivhieh , we copy fivniait old. Boeton.
newspaper,; that'cigars first wipe into ftishiOn
..: ,- 1 4 /Hronglt , from Havana, a box of - oigars a
, ral'e 'of
tho,simi Sugar, ; and of , about.
I, ute inches in - length, 'for smoking. They aro
•eferted:.by lipaplakt dimnr,te the +.
,); lioso who . may wish toenjoy such a , inx,ury,
irjli pleaso mll. and try' them.: '
't .r amount"of, money' eapSnded' tor.
,'"llaxii.f).yry.,2 4 • h9Pis. 41 0 no,
ould.puroluise 600 barrels; P] :.
P„ticerln tho gutted fillstiti}visw.died , twidepao,
,11 at. Springfield, Blata:iiit tlk4i ftIA
• _ , 7 , '
`',lfriiiilio:,ffeteilniinedeffort of the. Duehan
atkiiiiministfidlen to force the Leeetepton Con
.. , ,
sgttition,,on tho,people = of !Kansas, is knocking
Die'DeniMiraticrparty into a cocked hat.
cffle,following . ,tract ofo o lefter we reoetired,
from an old"Democratio friend.a few dayo•tigq ,
'shoWa bow !:!.i.ntenae the agony."
• 4, '01d rtuok'is playing the deviE - With the
party, -confound,•lds pig-headMd -pertinaoity.-
I.theught better of the old discs ofdisoOrd:,
ani still an unterrilled wholeLhog-ho-dodg
ing Democrat and think "Jams," a great
roah, but certainly Off the track: •'"'
Our friend will he'velo...dodge":protty peon
if ho wishes to escape the fallin: timbers of
I t eo ut
lIIfPPALD Iririii - ±Vide7PreSidetir Breekeir- -
ridgerhas Organized a grand Buffalo huntien
Red river, in which Monnstiinn FNMA, the
Turkish; seierel 'members of Con
gross and other notables, are to participate
nett Jury. ".
Mohammed Paella, has had a front view of.
the "elephant" at Washington, and now, hie
friends wish to give him n rear view of the
buffalo, probably for the purpose of ascer—
taining whether or not, the, Turk is a good
muscle-man. - .
THE lITAI4 EXPEDITION
St," touis, May 8. - - - L , Ale,jor - 6leneral - Nrsifer,
F. Smith hes issued elaborate orders relattie
to the 'inevenients of tletrains and"troops of
the Utah forces. • •
The.trnins are. to be•divided-into divisions
0f.2.6 wagons each. .• , •'•
The troops are to lie organized into columns
.caeli_column.,constitutlng_an_ekort of a divi
. • The general supply train is to be escorted
by the first'ocluinni under the command, of
Lieut. Col. Andrews. This column is already
organized, and has been ordered to'march.
Tlac second - column; under command of co.
Monrcie, will be composed of an escort and the
-frrat-diviSiuo Ut-HUppliTite Cl/WPM will
march from Leairenworth on the 15th inst.
The third coluuni, • under Col. May, wi
march on the 20th. • ' '
-Tho fourth column, under Col.:. Morrison
will march on the •
• The fifth n °limn, under Col. Sumner ; wi
nuu•ch on the 30th.
The sixth.eolumn, under Major Emery, will
march on the , Ith'of June, 'malthigan aggre
gate of 252 officers and 5,445 men.
- These columns will, for the present. con•
stitute the first brigado of, the. Utah 'fdrces,
under the commend of General Harney. Each
column will be- supplied with, fear month's
proviSion, which will be-replenished on paso 7
ing fort KearneyearitELiframire. - • .
...General Smith is yet in this eity,, the stole
of.his health being suelk aXto require his .re
mining here a shoyt period.
Four companies of the Sixth -Infantry. left
Leavenworth on the 6th inst., - and one coo
piny from Fort Riley is to join them -ac Fort
DEATIIOF A it S:SENATOR.—The. MOM J.
J. Ermo;-Senntor - from South Carolina;- - died
suddenly in Washington qn Thursday night
the Sth inst. Ile was in-his sent on Thursday
in -the discharge-of :hie public duties end
dined with ;Gov. Hammond and ti party of
ticlock; Inunediittely after retiring •to bed,
he took _ ill; and.tiummoned assistance, but ho
died,in the course of an
UV" During O. school' exhibition i) the
Ilall tit. AllianCe, Ohio, theilooingaya.yray,and
the audience of 500 were dropped in a heap
to the floor below.. Azirl of fourteen wee in
stantly tilled,- and anothei of !pose injured
has since died. Many were_seriouily_injut
A FIGIIT WlT,g,.,(thissitorrens,—Thio Gon
zales (Texas) Inquirer line an amusingacchnt
of the hriasion of that city by grasshopper's;
and the attempt of the citizens to repel the in
"Every body turned outmen, women,and
children, white and black—every body, with
fire and tiword,: brushes and brooms, binnkots
and buckets, carried on the detidly conflict,
but to no avail ; the hoppers hopped on, and
the defending forces-were obliged to heat an
inglorious retreat, leaving the barbariang in
possession of the conquered city." .
MS_ A marriage at Nortb Midley:Mass.;
was seriously interupted lately. The coin
pany had gathered at the house of the bride's
father, filling it to its utmost capacity, and
when, just before the knot was to be tied,
some singers commenced singing a piece ap
pr.opriate to'tlic occasiOn, in one of the lower
rooms, there was a general firsh in that quar
ter, that the•flomqng could stand it no longer,
and let the whole company, stove, seraphinc,
chairs, and all, into'the cellar below. No one
hurt, but badly scared.
ItEO_Every married man; says tin exchange.
should let the wife have the management of
the house department, and give her, as Secre
tary, the control oflhe • different hureaus,d?n't
let. her luive any thing to do with the Warde
Upon this another exchange queries as rot
isfshe to bring the Info.nt
ry up to the "breast work," we would like to
know, in case of an "attack of the nieas4?"
It is evident that the writer of the above
- This mover been inAnany "engagement." •
lie_ A number of attidenta in the State
Universary Of Michigan;' indulged in a night
debauch last week, when one of them named
George W. Bruzie; died from the effects of ex
cessive intoxication. , ' .
Si. Louis, May 7.—The weekly Salt-Lake
Under the nod contract, left St. Joseph,
Mo., on Saturday last, with about, eight hunt
Bred pounds mail matter and several paison-:
4er5'. ,, ,. The line connects at Salt Lake with
:ane:for Shasta.R.A Califoimin. The service
'to Salt Lake will . be performed. in-twenty
days, and thence to Shastain : twelve days.
Eric , York May B.—The steamer Ericsson
sailed to-daryrith 70, and the Kangaroo with
150 - Passengers; iacluding Oen. Totten,.o the .
Army: Neither carried any spcoie.
Ipslr" Men are like bugles ; .the more, brass
theycontain, the further you can hear •them:
‘Yonien are ''like. tulips; tho mote modest'
rind retiring they are. the - bettor you love
!Pe' A Virginian minister :retlses to fur- :
ttlsh - the liti
eburoh, .on the ground, that, to 'send. up , (hots)
t;tntisties,would be to 'commit the sin of;whieh'
David was guilty, in "numbeking the people."
os-The emigration to Europe 'this'spring
promises to be qnitt . large. The', steantiddis:
Arrago and Naionia left New. Ytititott,:eat4,•'
di for Fontlunapto,nantl.nemluirg,..the, for;•
Mer with 3,05 and the latter with' pasien:
; 'one of the scenes ne* opera,
eatitled',!lhe;i'dagician,"tately.pet ; fteinted'tit
Paris the stage-is Suddenly' tiSnsfdimed
tvistmmense chess board; the: some. dtt
ballet, dressed eS kings, queens, , bialioPsi4e.=
*co the moves. :
!. 1 / 1 %". r c v :0.CT49
Two loveremented to,get,
married, "bat th;rgirl's mallief: Wouldn't' , eon.'
sent,, and she `being of age, ;the :gentlentaie
,hoe 4 :',°°Yru s ! , .? l l. 0°..1
to coprt, clrlta:.1 11 0/t011ikit'Ahelltrilliduttlterd
I:;.;eitt94s d :So marry
foi,u.,:ititlr, ! - :l . Otittli, - Rtattas..
Ite ier'Sithe Week
Ending; Mir 11004'.11911C
, c X868`.. I Ili " '
in I.:, .5.4p;150,.4-,,
. _ .. .
Weekly 61 00 .2.00
* The degree ()near in the above regieter,
ke the 'daily . nierage Of three observations:
• A meetliag of the members of the old
Carlisle 'Light Aitillery, will be hold at the
Arbitration !We'll', in the Court 'Bence, ,atr.7i
o'clock; on . Friday evening
,nest, to receive
che.report•of:the:•Commitoi, .:„ .
. • ". By order of the Com. •
Candislo,- 'Alay 12th, ; .
NEW ~..Oy.E474I3ENENTS. Tbe,: Pew •
Boot :and Shoo store of & Co., on
%VOA - apptonclieil nearer to the
city shoe-stores in styld•and finish, than any
thing yet attempted in• Carlisle. It is filled
also, - with a very handsdme stock of hoots and
shoes of every variety for dross or 'service.
" Weatword the star...atitnainea takett_itsAta
Foi 4 ri few doors ainaveJ. Phillips Cii ; 'AC
B. Eoloo keeis the most extensive assort iiient
of furniture, chairs, Sze., that we have yet
seen in Carlisle. •His increasing business, has
made it necessary for ALECK to " sprad"
himself, by opening an additional roin, otivl
it will afford a Pleasant half hour's amusement
.to ge through and c:iittnine.the different styles
of parlor Xtirniture,cliaii`s, &e., Which he has
on exhibition.- . • -
Aniegsre. 7 -1A OrermaMby the name of
Bellmore, wan arrested in tonm last Week r on
the charge of haVirtg stolen n porte monnic from .
Mr. Jacob Voglesonger, containing. over two
hundred dollars Schmere wan a hostler at the
Black Boar Hotel ii',9lliitpensburg, where the.
Money, was lost: The . ease is , held over for a
further hearing: ,
Jos BRowN a cideredindiv.idual was cutiglit
coming into town on last Wednesday morning
with four'la'rge chickens which he had stolen
out of - 10arni - . - Wherii he had slept t he night be
_When charged with the theft he 'owned
up." Ice said "when he got aiw9.ki3 de chick
ens looked so , nice up (lir, he; thought ho
would Lave to fotch 'em down." • •
_Jon_was-fuSly-committo ;_lie will-find that
it, is rather dattgertkus to peddle clifthens with-
iah &Sawyer, hav
ing purchased' the Store of' Geo;
~ 19,--Ifitner, --
'are now engaged in taking an account of their• - •T
stock consequently the store Will be' chimed
for a few days, after which it will be opened
and replenisked "tit a .riew assortment of
spring and stunriiiir.goods." • . • -
THE IVEATHErt.—LA reference to our
Meteorological lleOster will show that a large
amountofrail l liaafallen for the week finding
May • 10th. Yesterday eYen - ing we the
hem llest rain-storm that we remember to haye.
tiMe_or years. • It commenced tibia 5 o'clock
and continued ftir more than an licuir, aimf
pletely flooding the streets. This morning it •
is clear, and all Nature looks as bright as .a
school boy who. has - just had his face washed.,
'APPOINTMENT. gives us pleasure to no
tice the fact, that 31r. F. A. Kennedy,- of this
place, has been appointed Collector and Gene
ral Ticket Agent, on the Cumberlaud•Valley
Railroad at Chantbarsburg; in, the place of Mr.
McCulloch; who hati gone West. Mr. Ken
nedy's long ti'periencein the ticket office here,
his.business ialt.andotgrattable manners, emi
nently qualify him for the. duties of this Offi
ce, whieh lutebeett,heretofore iierformed with
ito mild' satisfaction( by his predecessor.: We
be-speak. for Mr. Ketiedi,the kind attentions
of the citizens lifChaimberiffitirg.
.• Tam CIRC,UB.--The «magnificent cor
tege (one smnll..wdgon aryl, sii luireCt) made
its "grand entree" into our quiet town. amid
the flourish of trumpets, the neighing of steeds
and the occasional crack of . a whip, and it has
left in a manner" quite agreeable to our cod-
Inside the tent, there was the usual amount
•or horse-back riding. precipitating through
balloons, "(called in Vulgar parlance hogshead
hoops), turning double summersots. ctrl/ vault=
ing and funny, (we can't say witty)• sayings,
already. " cut end dried '' - since the first clown
entered - the ring of the first circus. In fine,
it was the same di! Liras which has gratified
:(?) the.eyes and ears of circus-goers froui time
imtnemorilti. We wonder why something new
cannot he introduced into such exhibitions?
Why the clOwn cannot-do something more than
to bend himself let° the tihripo of an old-fash
ioned wash basin;. untilffollow -the ring -master,
bound the centre pac t .? why' the 'Hug
inatiter,-Atforesa)A, calin9i find' sontothingMicire
interesting, than , to CeqUive:',‘,..wkat.s thateir,A.
and - make n feigned ci;ick of hie Whip on the
leg of the foutik matt.. before' ho obtains the ,
coveted knowledge? , j
But`the drays is gone, and each hopeful
ten-Year-old, •is turning . :hand-springs end.
summereets. Much to the detriment of, : his
breeches, and attempting to walk on his hands
thereby inerraiing theirisk of having his binins
iMi . :(f,ein into his head. , Eacli boy is hie own ,
Olewn,• and doting'parents are rejoicing in the,
prospect - of. having. a Shoridan, -, or . Sidney
Sinith; in the familY.T:Alasi for the frailty,
of huManhapes.; 'the' t friyoleus 'remarks
soon evaporate, the gi:ound and fofty,itimbling
be forgotten, and the o juyeniles: sober .dowzt to
their bats and .fialls,• - or less. attractive Woks:
, Sy the bye,!npaalthig of. a circus, reminds'
uc that . (iFipe,:Xtit,
to an equestrianTfeal,. ta the foliewing - Tinii; . ,,
When 'one of a grand! queStriaii troupe
Make 'sking • at, a;
gtot,:knOwin . g. a t' ;What' 'May' bef!tli'
''After la iettidithrtigh it I"
119.. Mr:. A . ...Q. tieffield,..formerly... of: this
herotighilhie heoepiUi3Oeitineated with the House
141quorth . , Segire
cunt atfortl;theeelu*uilet4;oughttto be careful
;'to eqect the
He.tfeldaie.gow hero, on ,a buaineae `; tpur;. he:
mite4firoipe , 4 -044.arr0.49if
in a entiefaetery.
UNION MEET! following !iv;
tiele.was prepared .for our last number, but,
was crowded out,::* , '•' * • '. •. •a.
*A Union Meitiag,-in. behalf-of ihti',33ible
Cause, was hold in the. Englisk, Lutheran
Church, on Sabbath evening, 2d haat.' 'After
on anthem by thii..Choir,.pte Fry ,
'Made Bono intritdticliery ieniiirke, to wliioli In)
'weleoLed - nil_ to. tbitcsooilit intinsring, on one
. A repoi:t of the .Bible" Doeiety of Carlisle",
( Mr. L, 'A. Brady, colporteur ) was read
by the ,President, Dr. Charles Collins. The
'report showed that, in Cumberland County,
over one thousand families have been supplied
and forty-nine :of which were" found tube des
:the:ScripturbEr.-:' the-plan:of this
Society to distribute Dibles,by sale, but if any,
&mines are found who are unable to buy, to
present them, and'also to soiieit subspriptiolie.
;z - ;r,, - ,
11.6;. J. W. Torrance was then introduced,
'who spoke of the organization of the American
Bible -Society, in, 1804.. Since then, More
Bibles have been distributed that were ever
before in the country. The
_Bible Juts been
tiirapSlared into two hundred languages. The
ible Society of Carlisle was organized in-1818.
ife said the Bible Society are selling the Bible
printed on better paper; bud with better type,
and at half. the price, that the soft, spongy,,
iellow-Mo'vered literatyre_of_the _present Any_
Miti'beObtainTed for. They had been running
an'tiliPosition line with his Stitrie Majesty for
some time, anti noti..in cheapness and every
.thing else,:they_ctuiltette.ym ,
On the Sth of May. fifty-four years ago, the,
Society was'organized at the house of Hobert
ItiWon; - in Philadelphia. Three of itspresi:-
&ids are now sleeping the sleep of death, of
Whoin the Rev. 1k; lq,yer, of the Lpthpran
,Chnrch; is one..
Mr. T. related n toueliingineident a an 9ld
had loSt, their: Skin - by-picking_ oakum, and.
being blindr . she used her tinger's so incessantly
in reading lior raisedlettCr „Bible, that for
folly years thO skin had-not-grown - over theta.
heard that her Bible wati'much injured
by use:and that the letters were bloody from
Genesis to Revelations, he exchanged a new
one for it. Their' method of -distributing
Bibles in countries where it is prohibited, was
to proi;ide pious sailors frith them. This fact
he requested the ladies not to mention.. _ _
dter.. Mr. Kramer, of the German Reformed,
Church, made a few remarks; in which he re
lated an incident of a blind lady whb was
able' bi . read by touch,but at length Ate; lost
all sensation in her lingers; Taking, up her
Ilible one day, to bid farewell to it before lay
ing it aside foriNei, site kissed it, andby,that
'l46iiifs — discovered that she could read with
her lips, and thus. she
,did read it for many
tgatle••some remarks relative
to the object of the meeting. lie gpoke of the
colutnazid„"tio y o intaall thm - world and preach
my posp'el tmevcryCreature.7. - Alen must 41
seminal ion of the Scriptures, and -in propor
tion as we do not aid la spreading abroad the
qospel, we arse guilty orsin. ,
Mr. Torrance made some closing remarks
relative to culleetionS, after which the meeting
was dismissed : The - church was crowded in
every part, end the geople seemed to take a
_treiip interest in the
P. MEssEitsmtril is about retiringThitn
business, and offers for rent - his store and
ware-roans, together with a good large cellar,
with all the appurtenances belonging thereto,
on fair and reasonable terms. All who may
have claims against him ; will please call and
get their money; and to all those, who know
t hemselVes-indebted to.hitn, Jto..woultt . say
come, and give the best
,Koof of your integri
ty, hypaying your honest debts.
_l l ex. Possession given immediately. . *
lera, &.c , are referred to the Treasurer:s List,
in another column. It is an in tercstingiten
to those coneerned.
ARCHIBALD MeINTITE, ngcd 86, (lied at Al
briny on the sth inst. He was Comptroller
during the bitter contest between Tdinpkin! and
Clinton, and. took sides with' the latter. .oub
se,wuntly, he amasHeil a fortune as ]otters
manager in the firm Of Yates & Ilclnty re.
c3APT. IVES, of LauderdalO county, Miss.,
recently had a fortune of two millions of dol
lars left to him by a relative in England.
MR. EVERETT (lelivCred an oration at Lynch
burg, Pit.,, on the 4th inst., iind:at Lexington,
Pa ,on the Nth. ,
THE officers of the steamer Ocean SPray,
lately burned with loss of life, hare been or-,
rested at St Louis, charged iiith manslaugh
ter. Serves.them right.
.LIEUTENANT MAURY has been presented by
the 'Emperor of Austria with the great gold
medal for the arts and sciences.
MISS ELLEN TIEE, an actress at the "Gay
ety." Mcinjihis, Tenn , broke . hei'firm last
week by‘fldling down a'pnir of stops.
J —Gp.cituter;..the. presiding Judge
of the U. S. Cou•t of Claims, died in WaLshing,
ton on Thursday last, in the . 49th year of his
ego. The • deceased was. an eminent lawyer,'
and former Chief Justice of Now Ilatitpshire.
A I/VIM: 11'0 Y(iViil3 LADIES: PO you wish to
)reserve a clear and health" comidexion, with
out 'the Use pf deleterious cosmetics or drugs,
and escape the penalty-and expense of doc
tors bills ? If you do, go to hod oI(rly, rise
early, take plenty of mxereise in, the Open air,'
and rdo not' spend a majority of any day in
sewing by hand. Sewini .)3t ° 'hand has been
greater cause of the destruction of health
,any other employment' the se en
gages in, and now that the day for its necessi- .
ty has gone by, it would be suicidal for any
it:Mug lady, who can. persuade her father to
intrelte&- for 'her one
_of Grover Baker's
Sea:iniklachines, to "sew by hand, and thus
become a slave at the, expense of her health.
The Grover & Baker Machine is easily man
aged by - any person of ordinitry intelligence;-,
wilbUot'go 04 of order, and,sews,a stronger
and mombeautiful.seam than can be done by
hand, It is the' nly nuteltine the , market
that, knit 'given entire satisfaCtiOn:to - the
uctittif ,vverk. will not
rip even if every. third Mitch be cut. ,
Eyes, of success. Address harper , Brotliors,. , Now'
ALL' .GALVANIC ,It 14 One: of . ent.s "numb ; also, of bll.the
most soothing and:quieting agents that ,o in Le !"magnicities notioo4 is these oolnmtui
had: In Erysipelas , of the face it will often !a•
terribvo'o6, finin in 'ton
This , nietihnna. is for.enla Elliott, D. J.
KiPffer, J:.5 .Davidson ' E.,Jsmenr : lYm: Brut
Highland Bc . Wasiiing 'r,!J•inine Kyle ; DA
4ti Dion, "Gieentli. !Co.; .•Peler;(3l,velle.i., ,
!R.! &I 1%19444: ,Crstigheia . d
Mocirezti g AV
ory .; Fotii4l.-4 •
; AT'Cisql for Rropc/i0..--theiti Rio% ';'1.8801W, 111.6 Amax, : for
'iyolltatteated eases ' , St curia of , thiaedietteesing' elaboratel7. illod:rated, and. an: erigaall tale—,
the Cherry pdyaa, the Otimy - Prophetosa 7 .1 a eonnuenee i d ,
:clondalood,lwDr.' f1 ih , i )P c 1 1 . 4 , 1 16. .. 0 1' 11 :
PalaireS..4ieltwedielachaaaSvorldiwidereputpatest , qttlop,,,finltlipmf
.tation..... • , , • ladies. Call at I.'ll:lee's read get •a-nuniber.
'Our Nook , gablt;
.2VNKNT Wolin ON 'iIonTIOULTUOIC.--Till GAR:.
ON; A.:I4FAY"POCEETAIANUAL pr PRACTICALIIORTIOUL.
Tinto; or, iionr,th Oulyvot,o Kitchell Vephiblet,,Prulte;
' d/lowere, iludOrociacntal ; trace and shrubs--with An
Exposlooo,,or Ole Nature end Action of Bolls and Bite..
l:he'Bieuctliroof 'Plants, and iliej,,tielioy
, °table Life and Growth, two. - By the author or"Iltm
to Write," ‘•llcite to Behav,o," etc: ..Yowtca&,.lVEtta,
300 Broadway, New' York., Price, to paper, 30'tente;
cloth, 50 cente,
No ono whit owns ar rents a square rod of
ground oan, afford to be withoht this best of
all gardens manuals. -It is an eminently pop
ular,..auaLprastioal, woric . :—so,olear and simple
ity - styie - that - evorybody - san - underitand - it;SO -
Coavenient in form and size thgt it oah'be
;. so 16\r" in - liiieS - thtit'
•all , can.buyit;: while, at the same time,.it is
'tliorougli„comprehensive,'-and perfectly reli'a. •
ble.,. It tells low to cultivate everything be:
longing to the gaisteh ; ho;v to "plant trees;'
how to elio'oSe the beet-varietiei of fruits; how
to prune, graft, bud, destroy insects, preserve
fruits and vegetables, and save seeds; audit
not only.tells the reader what to do but why it
should' be done, thus giving hire a new interest
in everything. The chapter on the Plower
Garden is just what the ladies are W.anting.'-- •
Adapted to all sections—the South as well as
the,North— it will be found'worth a hundred
times its cost to anyone inn single_season„._
PETEISONB' COCITERFEIT• DETECTOR.— The
new semi namithly number' ftir April lfdh, of
- Petersons' Coititterfeit Detector contains -the'
thirty•aiT'en new counterfeit bank notes,
which have appeared since the issue of the:
last monthly number. The best thing is to
subscribe to the semi-monthly issue of Peter
'ions' Detector, and thus get a copy-of•it every
two weeks. We noiic . e, a new feature in
the present 'number. This is - a page orinform
-mien - on' finance, locally and generally; writ-•
ten expressly for - this work by one - of thc•letiswl
visionary, best informed, and
,most able,- ex
.periehced :and practical monetary writtisin
this • -country . . It will be continued iii each
nuniber of the Detector, and includes-inform
ation on trade, commerce,money.spedie stocks .
bonds; banks, and railrods.. We have read
every line of the article, and are thus assured
of its merit and reliability. The generalcon,
tarts; of the Work are admirable., and every
-person cligaged.inbusiness ought .tolecome
regular subscriber to this Diteci6r:ar 'onc(ti•
The - price of• it, semi monthly, is only Two.
Dollars a year; of monthly, one Dollar . .—The
Press. ,• I • •
". Or,w KNMK, - " fer" May, gives, the following
original papers, besides literary notices and
his inimitable-Editor's Table: 1. The Palinip;
sest. ' 2. DesPiir.,. 0 The „two Houses of
Parliament: 4 To 'Little Elsie. 6. Zelda.
, Idut_in .the_Rain 7. A Group, under the
S. Kano 0 The Factory-Girl.
ofFairmotant 10. Fashion. 11. Tont Bohm'
Amor . otnnibuS Idem. 'l3. In
Mernoriain. 14: 011 - the Sroio.. 'l6. The sidry
.ef ~K7nele Paid's Wife 16. The end of Au
tumn. '‘lB - Aadn. 18 'A
Sad Story, 10
Mary's Ring. 20. Two Pilgrimages to the
sante Sln•itie,' 21. We'rei'growing Old to
gether? 22. Tom's Wedding. .
Is Ilousenoeu Wiing, for we - haec—
Nearly lost on the Alps; A Sermon for SePoys; .
Down among, the Dutehmen—chapters 8, 9
and 10: Gone Away; Old Times and New
Times ; Wanderings in India; A Gude conceit
o' Oureels Dramatic Grub Street; A Naiitch;
Border-Land; Marion's Orchard; TIM Appa
rition of Monsieur Bodry ; Chip; An Idea of
Mule.; Pearson ; 'Shadowless Men ; .How
- I fell among• Monsters; \Civilization in: Call-.
fornia ; ?deaf. and- Drink in Shakespeare's
Time; Fine Shaving; A Sli . y.Scltthe ; Indian
hill StatiOns; Debt; Wine, no Mystery;• Lit
tle Constancy's Birth-day; Aboard the Japan.
Whitler; Awful Warning to Bachelor's; Ger
mination; Surrey's Ot.• ruldino
Days ; Blown Away ; A Packet-ship's • Com
pany ; Finnish Mythology. -
LITTELL'S LIVING AGE continues te.give the
cream of the English periodicals. Consider
ing the quality and quantity of matter given,
in connection with the price (six dollars per
year, and 80 pages 'per week) it is the cheap
est publication extant. Address Stanford &
pelissier, New York. .
Ilt,xmcwoon, for April, gives the following
substantial articles: I. The Missionary Ex
plorer., 2. Food and Drink Z. Part 11. 8. A
few .words on St;cial Philosopy 4. What Will
Ile Do With It —Part „Yl. 6. From Spaid to
Piedmont. 6. Rambles round Glasgow. 7.
Mr. Jelin Contpany to John hull, on the Ri
val Indian Bills. 8. The New Administra
tion. Blackwood and the four Reviews are
furnished for $lO Address L.' Scott & Co.;
TIIE ATLANTIC 14,0NIIILY, for 'May, closes
'the first volume. ` It has been a Success. and
is now established as one cif
. the best maga
zines. The present number contains the fol
lowing: 1. - American Antii p iity. - •
Pierce 3 Amours de Voyage. 4. Intel
leettutlCharacter. 6. Loo Lao. 6. Charley's
Booth. 7. The Catacomb's of Rome. 8 Mho
Pure Pearl of Diver's Ilay. 9. Camille. 10.
The Hundred' Boyd. 11', Epigram on J. M.
12. IfeethoYen. 13. A,Yord to the'Wise. 14.
Henry Ward Beecher. 16. - Mescedes. 16.
The Autocrat of the .Breakfast Table. 17.
Literary Notices. Address Philips, Sampson
tt Cce4v , Rortott $3 per year.
EmkusoN IkLAGAziNx & PUI7;ABI'S NIONTiMIC
fin. contains twenty-four superior art i 7
cles, comprising Biographies, Tales. Sketatett,
Poems and -Disquisitions. . It contains one
hundred and thirteen well-printeli octavo
thiti magazine is filled with hiterest 7
ing and instructive matter,- and in cheap at
its price, $3 per year: Yet a magnitident
steel plate 'engraving, "'rho Lord's Stipper',7
us on to urery suhseri'Per.', 'haye . rei'
'caved A, copy of the engraving.. It is. fully
wortirss, and is splendid work of Art:''"
' iT Anrisn '--The May number closes the six
fe3ittli;volumo.of this excellent Magazine The ;
is:ad:vet : me 'Contain ; the eiMellencici of
'the piliceeding, has become a,
'national necessitY, and it, fully deserves:,its
''l4ro.rour for' is graced
na Ttinitntne , r
usual with two firet , elase steel engravings,.
Children Playing"atul , aSeche on the River
!Ina at' Tasiiti'.'" table of eontents' ie
large embrpoing ; variety of, the, [104,' ,
4tantlal anti interesting,— , .1
Now Mash) from Oliver Ditson & Co, Wash,-
!hgtoP St, liostoti.:-‘..V.aillance rolka," . with
brilliant variations by,.Chas..Orobe, it, pleas
ing and popular theme, finOly and appropri-.
tlklake Inc no Rudy chaplet," air from Lu
orezitk Borgia" aniangett ; with easy arid 'bril
liant •iteriOtioria by' Chas Crrobe.
Come Bella,",sopranc.::air_from !Anorexia,
Borgia," arranged like' the jfreceeding one,
with easy and brilliant variations by Chas.
"The Lancers' Polka" by Seard; style
graceful,. tripping and 4ot:difficult. ;
" Le Soupir" from the
. !Tiano Forte Al
genie by eminent composers easy . and attrao
WILD CHERRY. •
Brooklin; Nam, Feb. 6, 1854
My Dear Sir.—Raving experienced results .
of a satisfactory character from the use of
WiStar's Balsam of )Vild Cherry, in cases of
severe colds, during the past two Years, I am
induced to express the full faith I have i in its
renovating power, 1
1 was first induced to try OAS. medicine as
an experiment, about two yeals ago, in con
nection with.the 'strong recommendation of 'a
friend, who was well nigh gone with consump
tion, and whose relief from the use of it saris-
decline, 'and most clearly demonstrating to my
mind its 'great value- as a restorative, that
needs only a fair tria - flo insure a grateful. de-,
9 A M UE telt, W A ltElt: -
None genuine unless signed J. 130 . 78 on
SETH W. FOWLE & CO , 138 Washington St.
Boston Proprietors. Sold ;by their agents
every where. ' _
DR. • SANFORD'S INV IGORATOR:—.--ThO •
most skeptiod people ran be cony inced 'by trial that all
the family medicines aro not:humbug, and that among
the thousand of butterfly lite there are n few of great
merit. and undoubted won h. • Of these On. Batman's
lavlooltsvon. or Liven II olcov, stands filet and foremost
rniong the remedies of the day that can be relied on as
a medicine that Is all It is recommended by Ric propels.
torn. It advertises Itself On every trial, for there aro '
none who usedt but tell their friends to do so, and so
it goes from mouth to tmiuth till al` the people of th•
Union have hurtled the good of, this truly valuable
malichie. It is' reconneend“l with testimonials to .
prove its s irtile nir the gpreofliver compleitits of every
hind. from the mink. Pyspepsin to a eouuuuu headache, ;
and is , pa titulerly adopted to 'Jaundice. Deranged
• One or two doses ere eall to cure 2l mid with scarce a .
failure. It Is wortife trial — for thin - alone. It is par
'titularly adapted to the useuf ladies of sedentary hab
its. FOlllO holies of the -highest 'standing in society
have given their certificates of its efficacy, and we say
to all who are Idling, try foe bottle, and yottwill aster
be without IL—BLOOMFIELD
Wei . olil , s Hair Reatortative.,--We have
never known any other medicine *ln so Jorge a ihflre
of public con fi dence In so short a time as 'this has done.
It him tiot been more than n year since rte fithitheani.ot,
It, and It no r stands nt thOeall of all remedies of the
kind. We have netor used hny of It ourselves, baling
had oh orenslein, as our •• crown or glory" not only as
yet retains Its original color, but gets more so—but
some of our friends hove, and we have never known It
fall of restorloWthe hair to its original color. We ad.
vise Ft.:II as are benoning prematurely gray, to give the
~ . . •
. MARION : . - lAte,:lll4
the -- plce - tis.get
good Daguerreotypes. Mulootypes,-Melanlutypee, Star
reoseopes. Crayontypes and Photographs.
' Persona visiting Carlisle will find it to reward therp
for their Inubla to visit this Institute, , .
N. B. But few specimens are exhibited nt , the door,
end the public are respectfully invited to call at' the
thillory. where ecery variety of pictures -capable of be
ing produced by - the Photographic Art can ho obtained.
Ladles and Gentlemen Call in whetlotyou want plc.
tures or uot, and you will meet a Ith a cordial reception.
• R. C. NEAGLEY.
- • "
. On khe 4th Inst., In NeneMe, by Rev. Jas..B. U. Heat.
del eon, Mr. JOHN DILLER, to Mine LLIZAOSTII 8,
daughter of Col. William li. Woodburn. • .
In :lows!lia, on the 34 loot., JAMES A, son of J.
Murray' Davidson, aged two years.
In Dickinson township, on the 3d Inst., )Ilan ELEA
NOR M. OALBREATIL aged about 65 years..
A. •B. EWING'S
Irest High Street, Carit3le, Pa.
(Premium , awarded at the' Cumberland Cawley
• Agricultural Fair of 18,57.)
The subscriber has just recehad the must splendid
assortment or articles lu him lino, tour brattrAt to this
pine—which ho Is ddterndued to soil at prices that de•
Odice ". .
Endimang every article used by House and Hotel
keepers, of. the most approved and fashieitable design
and finish. Including also Pottage furniture In setts.
reception and Camp
.Chidra, :lattrasses, stilt frames,
lib:tem.., de., Ace.
Purchasers are requested to roll and examine his
stock. stitis extensive witre.roonts, WCFL Millli,trlPO,
North side.' ' A. 11.
Parttcular•nttention• Oren an usual to funeral.;
ordern from town and country, attended to promptly .
and on rood me lemon. • A. 11. K
Carnal°, 'May Id, , - •
N CO h p a ' ve opened O n
n jl e l re S nim "
AND 811,1E.SfORE on Went 31aln street- nearly one. •
site the Railroad Depot, where they have Just received
a ler,, and well selected assortment of French Calfskih
lb eon lkmts, double and single ,wloa.
Calfskin. Patent Leather and cloth Congress Chiltern
of black andlancy =darn, In great variety, .
Patent Leather and Morocco Oxr•rd. Tien,
Sims and Shapero, and Youths Congress nod But
ton Relines, .hues and Brogans.
Ladles French lasting heel Gaiters, black and fancy
colors, Kid and Morocco Let,' Boots and Buskins., lino
Kld Slippers, Morocco Iles and Buskins, English Kid
and gum) toilet Slial.ers. Misses adored Callers, kinnx. ••
co and goat welt boots. Slipper. and Ties, Children's
black and colored Meromo.boots, and mule Tien. Chß- ,
drop's Chiltern, Intnnts shoes. 'dm., kc. Comprising
full Mock of everything in their line, suitable for The
The above goola no made'of the hest material and
worknutusbip and will he Fold as cheap as the sat •
quality of Immix can be purchased elFou bore.
• J. PHILLIPS & PH.
Carlisle, 3lay 12,'58-6m
CUMBIRLAND . VA.LLEY...R. R.-
;Art- • IMC-
CRANOE. OF OWLS!
Trains will rut, as follows: (Sundays excepted*
FOIL HARRISBURG: ••' .
• Nerrville, '.•
• 'lst Train. ' 2d Train.
' • 6.13 A, 31: 2,16
6.14 ; • 2.46
" • , 3.18
.7110' ' 3.68 "
slecherl sburg, 730
Arrive et Ilarriubur,,„' •• 8.00 .•
. , • , Ist nilo. •..• 2d Train.
Leave liaril4burg 11,30 'A,. 4 ,1,05 P. M.
Meebanlcububg: - 0 . 08 "‘ "
‘, Carlisle - • 0.40. " ' 2.13
• , •, 10.20 . 2.47 ,;",
Arrlie at Cinunbevabtiii, 8.53 r".,
Trains leave' Harrisburg for Philatlelphia; Penro • g
Rai'road. at' 3 :IQ,' A.M.', 1.30, P. NI:, 0.'25, P. .31., • •d.
12.00 at night.' 11,f11oridi n g,`Tii * Amnon Valley 1 .
For Pittsburg, 3.40, 'A. M., 1.00, P. M.',.and 5.10. -
For Balthnoro. 8 30, At - H and 12.16,Tr00n. For Tr • er•
fin and Williaourrtisat 1.05; P., M. .-Trailt. op Paul In
: .Feres horn lierrishorg; 3lechiniesbucgi Carlisle.
. =will be. ten cents. lows. • r
when paid for rickets at the VIP*" then.'witen.• paid In,
Thelfcket bake ortbe Conittani'et It rrieburg~ .'
IseleeiCremevi oll to the .'DePot 'of. the- Pennylvanis
'Refire4 Conipsrlyi thica'doce he Sestectt enit oh s
• • 6, rt• SOPer!..k
Vice _ • -